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No. 31— lOlM YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 18, 1959 


62 PAGES 


rderers 
i seance 


ANCHORAOR, Alanlui (AP) — Kcnctk bmI 
Aa(^ two Homik Polo pemgmim*, tMod liorr loM 
wook. opforootly victtoM of tl»o Arrtir roM. 

r* **??“ !«•* » oo Ibr «tiipU 

J4e- Mr». lUrM Wminoit. Mtoilobitrotl^ 
^flfor of tko Arrtir lioollh roooorrh eontrr. ‘TWy 
M okoHor bot tkoy dMol col hilo It" Tkr Wrth 
*1^ Impoiiod to fotuM t pnkgukm rolo o y la 


To Face Castro ’s 


Demanded 


WASHLNGTON (in»— 
American offtriak Mid yeo> 
terdov the United States 
may nave to return eocaped 
•upporter* of ousted dic- 
tator Fulgenrlo Batiala to 
Cuba to stand triaJ if the 
n»n* rebel government 
amiaed them of serious 
crime* such as murder. 

But ihaae efftcial* taHl that 
umlar (he V3 -Cuban extro4i 
Ikm treaty (ha country ivould 
not have la tend harli persons 
nted only far poHtlral 
often«-e«. 

C'uban rebel aoder FMel 
Castro drmafMled In Cuba last 
night lhat Ihe United Hlalea 
return for trtai '*war rttmh 
nala^ of Batista’s regtine. Ito 
also railed an tha country lo 
send back money he says Ba- 
ilata s follower s rairied sway 
from the Cuban treasury. 
BATRTA at rrOBTBSIt 

The VA officials saM that 
under the extraditloa traaty 
Cuba could ask this cou o tr y 
ta return Baikala lupparters 
who fled when (ha paver rv 
oient fell on New Year's Day 
U W accuaed them of oertaln 


tPn/y Three IHe 
In Tlash bla»e 


DETROIT (APl^Thrvo 
persons were kiUed. but 
•com of others Mved their 
hvet by crawling on their 
hands and knees through 
smoke-filled conldori as 
fire raced through the 
Tuller Hotel Saturday. 

The blase apparently started 
near Ihe first floor of the U 
storey ho«el in the heart a( 
downtown petrolt. It swept up 
an elevator shaft with amai 
Inp speed, and many of Ihe 
pueais In (he MO-room hotel 
were trapped la iheir rooms 
lemporaiily. 

Fire commls a ioner Paxton 
blende (sonn said mewy than a 
score af puests wars hanpinp 
out of haraJ w twdow s whan the 
ftrat fire trucks arrived. Many 
were uken daws b> aerial 
ladders. 

Mendeisohn astd the three 
dead were trapbed In an ele- 
valor. They were all hotel 
employee* 

A hotel spokesman said 
there were 444 puests In VB ' 
rooms la the hotel Friday 
Mphi 

Fire (iilef Joseph H. Adler 
said the names appsrently hsd 
broken out In s psrtltion near 
a hsi shop an the lobtiy Boor I 

Fire Marshal Mathew J ; 
McNally estimatod the dsmape < 

at ti.mo.ooo. 


Cbdie iruHing Ptaue Philip 
sets off this week on s tour 
of the Comauatwealth that 
wtU take huu sruund Ihe 
WDild n> sfw artd air In mo 
days. Ut returns to Bntam 
In lime la accompany the 
Queen on a vtA lo Canada 
tnia summer 


Brothers Rescued from Sea 

Thanking ihoir Kicky alan todiy pro poMihle drow nlng yealeitkiy off 
broOiers Daniel Dooro, 30, of llfiB Chatham bland after Iheir gaabnal 

Union. lefl, and Dennott Doore, W. of itnicfc submerged ob)crt and aaak.— 

1611 Belcher, who were Mved from (Coloniat pholo.l 


apres m ent surti aa murdat . 
rape, kidnapping and assault 
with a deadly weapon. 

A federal court then ssouid 
consider separately the case of 
each esrapee and dadda 
whether he should be extra- 
dited. The demand for the re 
turn of the money aim would 
be iModled by a federal 
Judge Offkials sakL h owever, 
ihai Cuba had not yet formally 
requested the return of U»# 
BalMa followers or the rash. 
P«I%ATS ABMV 

Castro's demand apparently 
was aimed prlmatily at Sen. 
Bolande Maslerrer who the 
rebels clatm led a private 
army In Oiianta provUue that 
commllied arrorltiea against 
BatMa opponenia. 

Mssferrer and a retinue 
ew-aped In Key Weal. I*la.. In 
two yarhis when the Batista 
government fell The retwte 
My he carried away tl7JVMI.- 
nno from the Ireaeury. Im- 
mlfiaikm off 1c la Is fmind 
about fiononn on the yachts. 
D»TFNTION t'AMP 

The ImmlprsUon authofiilea 
are holdinc Mssferrer in s de- 
tention ramp In Texas. Several 
of Baliita's children are among 
the other Cuhana In the United 
SMales who might he affected 
by Cairo’s demand 

Kaaferrer and othere wouM 
have several poaalbte outs even 
It a federal court ruled lhat 
they had to go hack ta Cuba 
lor trials 

For tnatance. they could 
claim polMlral asylum. The 
Untied States generally granta 
ihU to genuine political figures 
who do nut want to return ta 
(heir own counttica. 'This coun- 
try alao has been reluctant ta 
deport persona who can prove 
(hey would be subject tn physi- 
cal harm or unfair trials at 
homo. 


MANY MAYTTBH 
He said thay axrhanged 
thews an ’many mat tats af 
BSuiuai interaat" 

But tha Soviet eifkiai said, 
■^a did not conduct 


lAJNDON iCTi 

piofesai«i fui 
lhai Kumis s 

pimer sialkm will be bulM In «minlries were on various In 
Ihe polar regk'ns and 
opersta on a revohttlanary 
new genef Sling system 
lie said pa^ ol the station 
wilt use the heat from a (her 
monuclear reaction to p^er 
turtknea m the conventional 
way. tie clatmed this will 
aorount for sn output of about 
1,000.000 kllawatta. 


. neg otia- 

cast AHaiday rather tried m find 

first .hy^^en out what Ihe poaitlana of our 


MIAMI. Fla «AP> Seven 
teen persons aboard an l^^st- 
etn Alt L4nes Super C Can* 
steilallon escaped aerlous ttv 
Jury .Saturday seconds before 
(he slMt aircraft igas taadiv 
damaged by ftamea at Miami 
Intemaikmol Alrpon. 

Hie plane, which took off 
for Detroit, developed a Dre 
In the No J engine and 
turned hack, landing Ihrea 
minutes later. 

Tiw control tower said iha 
plane began irailinf smoke 
and fire from the vkinlly of 
the right inboard engine sec 
ands after it was oirboms 
The plane had almgar come 
ta a stop when the right land 
Ing gear collapsed, loppllng 
the Mg airliner onis Ms wing 
The t w o stewa r desse s 
herded the passengers down a 
canvas earspe chute. 


will irrnottonol mailera ' 

Mikoyan luld mponers that 
he passed along to the ptesi- 
dent the beat wishes af Smiat 
Premier NIkiU Ktmiahrtiev 
“betier relslions" between 
Inia country and Russia. 

MONT fOBDIAl.l.V 
Ha said Eisenhuwer thanked 
htm "moat rordUUy and ask 
ad that similar greetlnga and 
hopes be ixinveyed la Khrush 
chev 

But aulhnrHatlve aourres 
died a numher of faiiors as 
poinling towsrd possible hovtei 
sreeptame of Ihe West's Dec. 
31 call foi a four power iwn- 
feieate. 

They said Mlko)an has 
learned that the United Hiaiat, 
with full badung from Its al 
ilea will not pull Its troop# ouJ 
of West Beilin under tfovlet 
terms. 

He must aow know, the 
sources said, that nothing tha 
Movieis ran do will make the 
Americans change ihe poaltlon 
that Ihe Allraa will remain In 
Berlin until iMrmany la uni- 
fied under free etecUons. 
A.MBRH AN UNm 
In addition, (hey said, the 
Soviet offirlal must have dis- 
covered that there la a unity 
among the American people, 
when fared with a rtiaia. that 
ta baaed on a real desire for 
peace 

Mlkoyan gave some of those 
with wham he talked tha 
deflnllv Imp f saston that he la 
leaving Washington with a 
much dearer understanding of 
the kmg-ierm American pn|le> 
on Oimany. 

*rh(a Is that a unified f>r 
-many will pnae no threat to 
Soviet aermiiy if It la lied in 
wMh other west Europaan 
powers In such Ofganliatkms 
as NATO and »he economic 
union 


Atomie Healih 


Hohy*$ ilenth Inifuett 
Summnm Sntttropaih 
fPiga 21 


**Gla<1 (0 he of help'* la the casual way 
these three 15-year-oM boy* dencribed 
their reacue yeaterday of th# mimb 
and denparate Doore brother*. Re*- 


euem are, froni left, Glenn Rutlan, 
12M) Walnut; John ”Vic" Hendenton. 
1.331 Vimy, and George Heller, 963 
C'Aledonia.^f Boucher photo.) ^ 


Nomraf W eAtUng 
Neeii$ m Sequel 
(Off the Record, Page 6) 


(pUto§ki, Harper 
Cloak in L'lfWifif 
(Page 8) 


L’lriV Centre Seen 

In Smmirh Future 
(Page 13) 


Derm said to me. *We’d better 
aay a prayer. Dan ' 

*’Juat than we mw tha lads 
and* DermoM stood up and 
waved to them unill (hey 
caught alfhl of us. 

^** 1 don't kn«m what woiiM 
become of us If It hadn t 
fnt Ihoaa boys," said 

Daniel 

ai'BB HWRU. 

"They were sure swell and 
(hey bandied everything ao 
wen. 

"Maybe w* aw# aur llvaa to 
them and we certainly want 
la thmtk tkam.'* 

Th# taen aga rescuers took 
tha beothara (a Oak Bay 
Boathauaa. 

Daniel aaM that "when (ha 
hoya Brvt sighted us they 
wondered wha( (wo rraxy guys 
were doing out |i. a dln^y on 
a day like ihla.'* 

PARTLY INBURBO 

The 13.30b Tbmpeko was 
only partly Insurad. 

Owner of the reacue craft 
la Vic Handeraan's father. 
J. A. Handaraen, proprietor al 
Hende r aan Broa. Graaory Btaia 
at Flea PolnlA, 


few seconds Isier the engine 
flooded and quit running. 

"It was hopeleass" Daniel 
Dooia said last night. 

"Wt had ta abandon the boat 
— It sank In a couple of 
mmulea and we barely had 
time to arramble Inia the eight- 
foot dinghy wa were (owing 
behind." 

'Their troubles had only Just 
begun. Ihe two sports flaber 
men found 

BOH’KO AND BOWF.II 

**Wo rowed and wa rowed, 
but thara was a b4d chop and 
Iha tida was against ua." Danlal 

aaM. 

'Tnalaad af getting tioasr to 
short, wa were being canisd 
tanbar out all (ha time. 

"And H was ao cold wa could 
hardly row " 

Far nearly two hours tha 
hrolHers siruggisd agalnai the 
sea. seeing only s freighter 
until tha hoys came In sight. 
rRRTTV DIMPRSATB 

"Wa were getting pretty dea 
parala by than." (ha aider 
brother said 

' Juat before we spotted tha 
boya and waved to Bwaa. 


Royal Tour Joti 

Assigned for duties In con- 
.nerilon with the royal visit 
to t'anada this summer is 
Wren IViiv Officer Rosalee 
Auger. Jft. formertv of 
HMCYI Nsden .*lhe arrived 
In London yesterday to work 
as secretary for Eamond 
Butler, aaatsiant pi» a a arc- 
jelory to Ihe Qu^ 


Pinanrial Newt 
ti a rdso Nates 
Badla Programs 

Heclal I*. 

MpCMi 

Tetevtslon .. 
Tbeolres 


Boys Hurt 
As Rocket 
Blows Up 


Glenn RuMan. 13M) Walnut; 
John "Vk" Hemlrraon. USl 
Vimy. and Gaorga HeUar. M} 
CaMenia 

CONVBBTKO BOAT 

Tha two brothers hod set out 
tram the Gorge In their con- 
vened fish boat, Tampeko, 
h eaded far Brentwoad and a 
UttM apart fishing. 

At shout 3 pm Tampeko 
struck "a deadhead ot snme- 
thlng" about two mileo off 
Trial Island and water tnusa- 
dkilely began to pour In. 

Tha bmthers tried vainly la 
close the gaping ho4e hi Ihe 
how with a blanket, getting 
saskad with ley water. A 


U.S. Vessel 
In Distress 
Off Tunisia 


‘Piif ’Em Back^ Sparks 
Thief’s Conscience 


ROTTERDAM (CP) An 
American merchant ship. Men 
tilled aa ttw VatlanI Effort, 
was reported In trouble In the 
Modnerranean olf the Tunis- 
ian cosai Saturday night. A 
■seaaage monitored by a DV'Ch 
•bippint afency here aaM the 
crew was abandoning ship, 
but details wars aoi ftvaa. 


James Without speaking. Ihe youth Milll not talking- Ow youth 

dorlsts auiomoMle. look fvtumed to hi* own cor, pulled 

f«.r hub r.,. .ud p-.-. Ih-m ‘“LIT"!'’' 

arkliu< ... r" r- la an auiomoNle that was 

• ca]? 

r. He 'Ilian he went back, got two Me put the tires mi Ihe car. 
r near more hub enpa and pta«ed them let down (he Jack, raiumsd tha 
: "O.K. hoaM# another car from which Jack tn bla own car and drove 
{ two war# mlaalAg- bff withaui Mylng goodnight 





SfFir... TRY IT 




Inquest Calls 
Wet Doctor^ 


With C. E. Mortimor0 


Y^HY‘ don't npttaurant men lure cuitomert In with 


Th« jtrkpot will b* $ 4 <)u 


bUfU of fragrant txxtking ixnelbi? 


Rfsponsibilitv* 
Arcepted 
By Special bit 


If Willing to offer o any rafeman free 


. charge. 

Perhapa it hat already been dune. 1 have hMrd 
that Mnart meirhants are making uae of odor to 
•ell different kinds of goods. Automobile men. for 
example, are .spraying a lynthetle "new car amell" 
on th^ arcond-hand Model" 

However. I haven't heard of any VictorU cafe* 
man setting out to pull ouatomert In by the note, 
a * a 

My ftiend'a idea was that a restaurant could 
pipe fetching food odors to crowds on the Mewalk. 
along with 1oud>spsaker meuagea. 

A hofteaa would be aeated like an organist at a 
keyboard. prruUng buttons to rtlewiie odors of aioJ* 
Inf sleek, flah and chlpa. onion aoup and coffee, 
atone with verbal exhortatfons to come In and try 
some. 

Such ('ommerciaU might have a telling effect 
among crowds watting for a bus. 

If she itruc'k a wrong note now and then, and 
preaaed llie curried chicken key while uraing people 
to try the roast beef or Hungarian goulaim. nd great 
harm would he>done. 

Come to think of it. I remember hearing that 
some braprh bakeries are spraying the air with the 
syvitheUc smell of fresh bread, aiMl finding It to be 
a powerful stimulant for trade. 

# * • 

However, not everv body likea food tmella. For 
instance, the girl wliose fiance sneaked out of (he 
resUurant half way through the tripe and onlooa, 
leaving her to nay the bill From that time onward, 
kt's lay. Bha b nauseated by even the mention of 
tripe and onions. 

For her. a whiff of iripe and onions In the face 
would a kind of assault. 

If a man ia qwietb' loitering around a tnis stop, 
mirtding Ids own ousirvess. and he Is Jolted from his 
thoogbu by a wave of pork aroma, he 

any feel hurt and annoyed. 

A blast of unwanted smell may he a gro« 
Invasion of personal privacy. It would make an 
Interestlnt case in court. 


ctsUsM In nahiropsihic diets 
ws« onSered to appear si. sn 
Inquest here Into the death of 
Bertha Mae Pnner, a three- 
month okt baby (111. 

rive other doatoia testmed 
before the cof a we f a Jury that 
Ihe thiM atarved to deoth 

iMKToa nt'aroffCh'AKti 
Coroner Uoonte J [Iswe*. 
iaaued ihe order »iday to 
Bubpoena Dr. II. K. Kogera uX 
Vancouver, who wa« treating 
both Ihe chUd and her 
mother, Mrs. A. G. Prtsre 
The dotiora who ropnrtod 
that the rhlM had eutfersd 
“aevere malnutriiloa' Incliid- 


tiofi. lie Mid ho then iai» 
phoned Dr RogeH who aald 
he was prepared lo acrefd re- 
BponaihiUty for the chiML 
sMm moM aiKTH 
r>r Rogers aald In Vanenit 
ver Saturday that “the boby 
wee on irudher c milk It wa« 
au-k Irmn Mrth. suffering 
muroua trouble and bmn 
chilli. I MW the tiwiher arul 
rhlid In Vancouver only 
iwiea, Nov. 1 and N«v. 4 . ‘ 

Dr. Rogers Mid he “put the 
melher on my normal diet of 
vegotahlr*. fruit and vitomlni 
They both feM bettor." 


non oo Feb. 5 . 

There waa so winner of the 
|«rn lackpot at the bingo game 
iail night In t'enind Junior 
High School beesuse oo player 
filled a card for the required 
53 call* The nest Jackpot 
game will have S 4 esUa. 

Optimist Club ornctala rw 
port they r»rtied roughly |B 50 
yeaterday when w crow d of 
750 attended to try fordho $300 
tlrat prixo and amallar 
anvounta 

Mrs Joe A. Rv-ano of ICTd 
Derby Road and Mrs A. Fat- 
lerson of 3730 Blackwood 
waihed off with |100 each 
after apllitlng first prUe. Win- 
rwr nf Ihe ISO prise was Mrs. 
Bernard H. Ilorwnan of 12*3 
Centre Rood 


Office fJotvcrl 

NKhoUa Manfredo. Tor- 
•nio atore owner, asya he 
loal hla pool office frarirfH«e 
because nt a letter he aent 
to a kKWl newapaper which 
cruised Mr. Diefenhaker. 
Manfredo aaya poalal Inapei'- 
lots aaked him If he waa 
the author af the leitor, and 
when he aald he teas, they 
loU him the puooofflce waa 
to be remove*! from bis store. 


Pi|»cn in l*i£Mlanrl 
Thta le no Scotaman tMl a 
“xampogitsri" fram the 
Abrum Mountsins In liaJ>. 
The Mrapiignstt pUy their 
gtoiskin bogpt(*ea In Ihe 
Plans Navona In Rome to 
criebrsie Epiphany, and the 
atteruiant feativHy of La 
Befsna, a good witch who 
bringa toga and randy lo 
good Italian children • 


ed Dr. P. *. Vaaaar. aaalatant 
fWtholugUl at Vancouver Gen- 
eral lliMpitai who examined 
the chlld'a body. 

C ALLCD RCMT 
Dr. W. & Lalng. dliwrtor of 
the Bkeetia Heolth tlnll. leatl- 
ftrd friday that he called an 
Rt'MP officer In order lo gain 
admitlarMo to the Prince 
home sfMl examine the baby 
gill two days before she died. 

He aald the child wros 
Hi ought from a nelghborlnf 
Home after he hod threatened 
to obtain a search warrant. 

I vnntNoi?RiMaq» 

Or. Lolnf aald he found the 


Draftsman Fttrm SmHrtv 


7 >ffrA«*rs* ftn>/ Insisfa 


Victarta drafiamen are la Before formation af the 
Ihe proceaa ef forming o ao- BC. aoelety. na sundard of 
clety whim would stahtUxe recognllloA had been aet lor 
iralniAg In that proleaalon drafiamen. Mr. Thompaon 
and uillmalely creata stsn .aald. Now membars would 
dardlxstlon of wage acaiea for gain recognmon In the van 
Ita members. brmnebaa of engmecrlng. 

TO am^t me Mcal grr^ in ST^Twi^’^.nrto'r^ 
taking the first alepa. James job placemeni 

WT V ke mrantuaily wouM. he 
organlaed. he aaML * 


VERY 


LANtILEY iCP>- -Two long entrance program tor bright 
time Longiey high actioni atudents only 
leacfwra wUl apaak Wedneartsy They my aC. arl»nela are 
to Ihe longM brief yet aub failing atudenta parenti and 
muted ta the i.'hani royal com »tTt|do>ers by •^nnibattng our 
imaaion oo eduratMm. studenla from reality, puiiteh- 

in thetr iOpage brief. C. J. ment. leoponalMlity and rser 
Stewart artd J. A. Marplea Uon " 
iitawimand a an day acbool They alao r e rwm i rwnd- 
work week tw CrsiW i la 13 . 1 . Tkiee houia af kinder 

a ala week eummer school of- garlen dally starting al age 
frring routsea In Ihnae grades, four. 

and a high atandard university 3 . An end to study pertoda 
— In school herausa "Immature 

students mlauae them and 


pisident af (ha Society af 

Major r D. NMwm. rem 
mandlng officer of the Uh 

RegirrMi. iSTillir M Vleforlo Ffl 

newt that ihe unIPa aid home. ^ 

Kon Rodd Hitt, hss b«M ac^ AppBcmiiori wUl be made 
ted aa a naUawal hMorlcal .oan lor the mate body to 

gram • chaiser far tea forma 
1 wtah lo emphasiio ir waa tiqn of lha Vtctorla group, a 
not specifically a project of the apoheaman mid last night. 

5 th ReglmenL" Major N e laon 

said. "It only came about W I 

teiereal and f FUlt W OfKCrS 


Another (xmrtesv Driver 


At nne lime It waa aeMctm 
Moible lo m a caae with a 
rarlng-iooa as mild aa thia. but 


oo(s nrurrukM 
EUCTIKAUTt . 


It la a different story today. 
With our lateat hearingatm 
sre can fM even iha mlMeat 
raara wltb behind tbe-ear or 
eyeglaao modeU No matter 
what degree of deafneao you 
have, provided you stlil have 
wmte residual hearing, we can 
help you hear again. 

You are wrlcofne lo teat 
ihesr hearing aide without ah 
llgatten If you ore not ohW 
lo call al Ihe office Mr Tye 
will be r leased to eall eu you 
by sppnintment. 

unMwrwowM llletsllwM Vlcf«rta NMrtaf-AM C«. 


through Joini 
action of federal and provin «t • 

rial fovemmenta. mUltIa unlta. Mmwafaa I Ininn 
hrancheo of the reguter ser- UlllUII 

vtce and many organlraltons PFNTHTDN '('P> - Dele 
such SB B.C Hiatortcal Sodetjr g«ies (e, Ihe 12 (h ann«»al cart 
andih<.KtOC" ventton of the Federation of 

Fruil and Vegetable Workers 

H m M « tteMms voted unanlrrfoutly 

W/m ra M I r Friday In favor of merging 

I W I ^>1 f 14 with Loral 1573 of (he Cana* 

J* » W dlan l.obor Congroaa 

The new union will be 
m m I known oa Ihe Brtlloh Colimi- 

,_tt. L. J ^ , ’h»a fnlertor Fruit and Vege 

tabte Worhera Union. 


Mid. but she preferred 10 allow birth 3 W years ago p m . le reiebrale Bums birth 

(he children to itom Sunday of Rnhble Rurrsk »od ihe lOWh anniversary ef 

Thf award. • rlLL* revered ifc-uts poet, wlU be Ihe orfanuatlon 
Ifs and'a^llkaie signed by celebrated at three comme The haggis wUl be piped in 
R/«bert Rmtth. chler c^siable mnraiive functiona lo VictmU by pipe majora Ian Dunoao 

this week and Jefii). MacKay and bortw 

On the annixersary of hla by John Robmwm. Jack Ro 
birth. Jan. 25 . five oigsmaa brrison. a psa^resldent, wlO 
nans will lay wreaths ai the addreaa the haggle Address to 
Burns manument In Braran iho tomnortal Memory will be 
Hill Park, siartteg al 3 p m made by Duncan MacRtlda 
They are the *( Andrews The Bums < 7 ub dinner and 
and Cakdoman Society, bums enneen. staning at 7 pm, 
Club. .Saltire Society. Knights will be held .Seturday. with ihe 
and Domes af the Thtatle and haggis carried by John Mac 
Ilona of Scotland kav. piped In by Jock Low and 

Or l.ewia Maclmm will con aditn ea ad by Rev T. IL Mr 
duet the aervtce Mayor Perry Aliiatet chaplala of Ihe Hub 
Scurrah Is exiwHed lo sttend Addreaa to the Immortal 
Friday the S« Andrwxes aiv! Memory will he given by 
Caledonian Hneiety will hold a Oorge W M»Phe» Llmiian 
dinner and hall, siarilng si k.gl ant Governor Frank Rosa ami 


Sic iQ&saNMM SsM 

gn/^rrirrifg 


Sookf Firemen . 
Pick .Stevenson 

William Steven aan was re- 
elected cMef af Soohe Valun- 
teor Fire riepartment at iha 
iWpaiiment'a annual maetint. 
Other officers elected were 
Jubtel Wtekhetah. ^puty chief 
and aecreiary; John Martin. 
Jr« pretedent; Ray Phmiott. 
vice-preaident and captain; 
Jahn Kennedy, aerood aaptain; 
Robert Helm, fire repreaenta 
ttve 


Ibis caxcird sppaialmeni is 
awarded ta aaly a comparatively 
few jewrlrrs ibrougheut Amer- 
ica. It «an only be aebievad alter 
sirirt etaminalion af gfemalofi* 
ral probrieory and uoqursuea 
able hutiness etbim aad practirsB 
...sod muai be re won earb year 


MRS. MAY PRESS 
. . . looked all ways 


takes pjeaeure In announcing 
the re appointment al 
T. M. umx 


Ship iUdentinr 


He’s Navy’s Guide 
For Touring Oueen 


DOI GLAA AT. (BrwUard aMg.) 
Phowe KVMat 


Reglalemd Jewelers of the 
Society 


llonora Up to Dale 


t'aplain R U Henneaay 
dirwior of naval Iraming la 
•n a one week xdalt to PaHlle 
rommand 


Queen MayK Give ^ 
Color lo PPCLl (j 


The Irlgaie New Glasgow 
will vlalt Ritlmat next week 
Officura and men will he 
taken on lours through the 
ajxicntnum ptania. and ship 
wiU be open lo tea puMlc on* 
aftemnon New Glasgow left 
here Thursday on a 15 day 
aparalt^al asalgnment 


Mall lor Craacenl Fraser. 
Margarww and Hkeena should 
be addirMcil to CNPO 5075 . 
VIHoria After Feb. Id. mall 
to (he t>eaoeni moat go via 
CNPO 5073 . Mnntrwal. Que 


MORRISON'S OVERFLOW SALE brings you 


The baitalion ralor. upon 
whirh I* emhtfildrred namea of 
all Iha unit's haitlea strxca in- 
ception of Use Pf*tXl in IbM, 
hat hern oMt nf data aiiue th# 
beginning of (he fWnnd W ot Id 
War 

Atmy heodquaners in Ot 
laws has aulborlced Ihe aridi 
lion of Second World War artd 
Korean War, baitia honors to 
bring Ihe rotor up lo data 

Army offKeni are hoping 
Ihe new rotor, which has lo be 
prewenied by Royally or a 
representative of Royalty, will 
hr available during the 
Qxiems visit. 


Queen Uisabeth It nMy be 
aakad to pteaent tee new color 
to Ihe lai Battalion. I^IJ. 
during her viati to VIciorU 
ihia stimmcr a Roval Cana- 
dian Army spokesman said 
last night 


Man hant shipping In Island 
ports Includes Iha Im Bahia 
and Waihemrt. Victrtrla. Arch 
anax. Owirhan Bav . Dema 
icrton. rtofinn (;#ddlnglon 
Court, Cteemamus 


Eighty five fiisi yrnr offN-er 
eodatt frrim MMcS Venture 
yesterday reartied Kabul lul 
maul. Rrai port of call la (heir 


Weather Forecast 


EASY 
TERMS ! 


Juiivy I*. !».'» ^ 

Gale warning !n effect far i 

Juan da FUra Kltslt Cloudy 
with frequent Hear period# 
tittle change In temperature, 
winda. westeHy 35 . Saiur«l*V‘ 
Prerlpllallon 17 Inch, aun, 

■htrve. nil Mortday outlook r ' • 

Variahle e leu d lisaiO and mn & Tw 

(imilnt miM tejU 

Rarordad Tampa ratwrea SRM 


aOUDY 


AHtilifil - It l in in aHwi 
VHal Facts ExplaiMA 


WKDAN. 
er. #■•• 


CHIKFS In wonderful ronditlon. featur- 
ing low mileage. jMus radio and heater! 
Compare' |{#re*i tee beat htiy tn Vkieria 
re^lariy prVod up to 13 Tuft t 

AH Low Miltego 
AH WoH-Equippedf 
Some Two-Tonos! 


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^M-DAY \N0W ! 
f«HAMGE\. 
I MONTN 


Aa a public aervlre to all 
fwadera of this paper, a new 
M-pago higw^ UluMated took 
on Arthrlils and Rheumatlam 
will W maiM ABaoLimXY 
FREF. to all who write for It 
This FREE BOOK fuUy ex- 
plains the eaoaea. UI effects 
and danger IR neglect of these 

K teful and criming condl- 
na n akM» dracrilw a a stic- 
reosfully proven drugless 
melKrid of trealment wnlch 
has been applied In many 
thousands of raaes 
This book IS yours WITH 
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High ... 4 * Urn.. » mild. 

Bttfw 1 aa...t 00 Runset. . 4.50 tsmj 

East Coast of Vanmuver p 
laland - Cteudv with sunny 
periods Lillis changa In lem >>*•*• 
perature WlmM. weoterly 30 
High snd low at Nanatmo. 4 » 
and 31 Mnrwtsy outteuk U w ws 
Vartabla eloudlneas and ton- 
Unulng mild. eSJiTww 

Waal CoaM af Vanewuvei 
Island dowdy with acaiidfed x*»«hm wm 
s n owars. Ultle chaRgr In J^CH*** 
temperature. Winda. aeuih- 
w-esterly 30 High and low al cwTwTvaaw 
SHoeaa Foint 4 S and 


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MATAN2AS. CmIm 
R rvoluttonftry |u*iic» 
y*«t*r<tey an<1 ft»rd JuUaim 
M uftoc Gam* whan paopk 
wKo atryaad har of informing 
for B«IUI« afanit rafuaed ta 
Icatify in court againat liar. 


algnad in# otflar fraotng h#T. 
at laaat lamporailfy. 

Mra. Munor, 43 yaarnM hoa 
plia} a#nr#iary atvi mother of 
too boya. oao o«vua#d of ghr 
iHR agaiiia of fr»rm#r dirutor 
^Iganria Batiaia Information 


h#r arouBora. l^lar. inio h# a drlnh at a lorof tavorn. 
had alMM ih# wrong or>#. ho Tha inetdont luotiOd th# 

roiurnad and *hoi (h« other ontliw cliy of Matanxaa agalnat 
and than inviiod tbo falhor for BatMia. 


KANSAS CITY fAP) — 
A rrippted Tran* Worid 
Alrlinra plane iikidded to 
cafety on a loamy runway 
to end a flve*hour 


BEAITITLX THINGS NCKD NOT 


tooa agt boya m Mataruaa. 


and five crew members. 

FlreDchters covered tbe 
runway with foam to ease 
the landlnf. 

Tha CooaiailatkMi circled 
fr»r heura. lu laiuUng gear 
and braking lytlema wrro 
gon# and th# pilot waa having 
ImuMo with an# of ttw four 
•nsmet. 

*‘W# w#ro ail lauthing until 
Tnom#niii b#tor# Ih# landini - 
th#n #v#ryon# began In pray.” 
»ald Mr*. Marg arel CVDowd of 
Si Unuia. a paa»#ng#r. 

Th#r# waa nn panic. Crew 
mombem wrent unhuniedly 
about th# huajnaaa of making 
In flight rrpatra. 

**I think w# »#r# praying 
fnoaiiy lor th# pllnl.' aaid 
IRra O'Dnwd Other paaAen- 
gera, who filed raimly from 
emergency esiu after the 
belly landing, echoed her 
aentimenta 


merry laai week and mM, 
"She muat die." pgfaonally 


Oapeod on Hay 
ward*! for a eom 
pleto aervlce wtOdr 
'he maaaa of ov ar y 

(amUy. 

fHie<telW»« U 
air ahtpoKBla 
aitHiad the 
world 


R#r arcuaers aald ahe In- 
formed fm tI5 a week 

But when the Inveetlgalnrs 
■ought wilnewu** lo appear 
befm# a rwvoluiionary tribunal 
againai her. ilie> decUned. 

Laal Saiurdat ahe waa 
brnught fare i« fare In priaon 
with rapt lAii* Oolillo rorn 
aria the man who allegedly 
■hm the two teeen agere ahe 
waa arruaed nf evpoalng. 

Ah# in led hyaierIraUy that 
ah# had only printed out ih# 
hoojMi where the teen agera 
Uve<i 

Caatlllo went Into the heua# 
and ahnt one hoy. according to 


Death 

For 

450 


HAYWARD’S CHAPEL 


7M BROt GHTON — fM S-Mld 
Bruea M. Leyden. Managor: Hayward Family. Dlrecton 
Mra P. W. SaU. Dtrtctor 

libcreafted SapenUed Phrldig 


Tliousands See Old Masters 

More than 4.000 Wforians have day morning PTA Rii cIrm atudenis 
visited Greater VirtorU Art Gallery pirfured here with their Inatrurtnr, 

to view the Hammer collectinn of Old i^an Mec PWure la fnna Halt' 

Master* since it began. Jan 4. Among "Laughing Fisher Boy.** 
vimtoni yesterday was grriup of Satur- 


Liters — 15 Cents Pound 


^Sharks* FolUm Ilerrinu 


Vi^nria and Swines ti«her- '*rhe 10 lt«w|ert «r# gelling r-mit. In««#«d nf Ih# It renia drag funnel-«haped net 
men are rewr'..'ig a C^ahoal about l.finn pm-n-^ 'if liver ttw^ ahnuki ge< ' 4 A faei annas and TO fr 

aday dnfftsh brwaiua as the apierc.'' r.-^^d Swii>#v fithrrman "f.very dogfian caughi has a«-rnaa ih# #es bed g# 
r*«ull of the recent federal »ub \A lUl r geisml ‘ Th# aserag# •« ala nr eigni henmg m ita in #vefylhing in lia p 
oinv about 3QO p'mmu of |i>er le a sinmet V4r Lgeland satd guarani## of a 

Th# allnot haiti# against Ih# ' Ion of flah 'It i# impoaalble to gu#wa ih# ^ ^ 

desinniiv# lilU# aharks In the "Of murse the nompwiiea numbei of Iona of hemng ^ ^ ^ 

Deep Cov# region began wilh hav# taken adaaiiiag# of th# loot #%#f> day " led to longlir>#ra # 

Ih# sddliKio of a iOcema aiiuail»n. h# t-oniiMued y,„i hrrring are prey dealruciion pmgra 

pound subsidy to ihe puce of "They wer# paving nine (or Ih# dogluh S#v#iwl hav* Dsheimen ai# uttan 
doffiah llvete vents a pnurwi for liver h#f«r# heen raughf with aalmon lures m favor of Ih# dogfish < 

The fish are being drawn *he aubsnh w«« given but m their mouths, taken from uoji beUevir\a tha 
In Soantch Inlet bv Ih# swarms they right *w sv dropped iheir ih^ imm of sporla fisherme-i # r n.* ^ ii 

of herring heading foe then pile# le fl\# «eo*s ae ih# flah |p tn# iniei, 

apaw ning gttiunds. ertnen ai* gettinf only IS 


SPECIALS IN 

SMART WOOLS 


Th#b* bMutifu) dre w , nght out 
of regular stork are typira) of tha 
amailng vaiuea in our Japuary 
Sale. Your color, your sue and 
th# right style for you . . . now 


■’When a whnol of them r**« removed. Kll# 

through nothing w leM m»i asitv 

even »hi imps' alaimcd Mr ^ ^ as 

t gwand. who has been operal It irpmpn 

tng a tiawlcr from NKlney Aw 1 || CIIICII klgtvC 
more than 10 >eaia. funei 

Operaturs of ih# lr#%vters "I being n 

together with other t^wnmer cpXvVaVvV I Itcved I 

• («t fiahinmen In th# area * gaid. i 

hav# •Ignrd a petition asking VANCtX'VCfl rCP* The **^ "**' 
ihat ihey ba allowed imo the <«> fireboai #rv4 the rrewa * ^ 
inlei to Ih# Brpntwood aie< n| two tugs haiilod for more • 

in ordN to cMaa out ih# «ng Frtrtay lo aav# 

Ih# lug Brmighton Blralia '*** 

Tfv# seHion in prwaerved tor fxom ko« by rue ionglhr 

spnn* fishing hut It la rlainnad Th# lioontin iOforw tug 
bv Ih# petiftnoet* that aalmon owned bv JUrali* Towing Om- 
fishjng wcHild h# greatly ttn pany. burst into flamM whil# 
pfoved If the predamra were moored at ihe BC. Marine 
wiped nut. dork in th# earlv evening. J-'y'nni 

The iiawrierw. which carry No one waa aboard ai the *F41Rni 
a rirvv of two or three men. tim# - - 


$2.226,0<N> Nrrtlctl 


UBC Fees to Rise 
If Grant Doesn H 


IBM DOIOlJkA 


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edical Mirror 


Final Clearance 


DRAPERIES 


in Our Dollar-Sfretching Jan. Event 

A.. T.t.1. I T.SBLK I 


ii’>«#tigaiTve > .7 ippoiaiad 
by iha Oatana t Tuksr* 

•ukww Awaciat^ TW Nabawst 
TsksmikMt .-'s-.—'Siiiia *■* 


A spcciai selartion nf dismniim*#d number* in 
PRIVt 5 ANf> PLAIN GOnnti B#rilarl.v pched 
to 3.35 yd. Hore'a opportunity knocking no*' 

CLCABANrC 


catIH. skboogfe a# kav* 

M D sfm kb aaaw. Aa FaglMb 
daotm er vaianaarwa ar <k«*i» 
^ aeetfawo^ a «Uam c«itad 
"Dor tor* rvso ikoufb ikrv at#f 
kas* ibt argfst ar oahn ef dae- 
•ar ceatarrag b» a aauerini' la 


TABLE 2 

rfUNT» ANO PLAIN GOT>DS a worvderful aeler 
lion, crvtnrful and attraetiv# Reg tn IM. and 
such a wronderfui value tn our Januan event. 

CIJUkftA.NrR 


Montreal Digging Out 
From Winter’s Worst 


ITHOUITCRV 

M iruh t'rHOL5rmiy OnnpB. hWI fnr fwurfi 
Ihrowft. apreoda er for regular upbnlatery. Reg 
le AM yd. 

njEARANrr. 


BCTTfeJt qt ALm' FABRICR 

Mere * a wondarfuJ rieeranre of th# hotter fabrira. 
itta luding the moat famous namaw Reg. la 4.M yd 

c-ucarXncr 


SAMOLE LENGTHS 

Rig gmup of sampl# lengtha nf gualiiy 
CabrHW, to IN yard lengtha 

Beg. In Reg. Nt 

t.M yd. IM yd. 


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Goodjnvestnwni? 


RKnRPRKAIW 

Wfmdfrtiil rlearance of BFtiRrRFAfiR Ct.'R 
TAINS. Lin^CHEON RCTR. ate. A wonderful 
choice 

CIXARANCK 


Th#n you will h# w bw to conaider 
AIX-CANAIWAN CX>MPOirNI>-B 
Miilual Fund which has gained 
o\#r 118'* in th# last fifty months, 

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A Private Charter 


drcumstancM. without rreatinff a pre- 
cedMit for othm and without harm 
to them In any respect. One couM 
site the spedal sUnite giving Victoria 
authority to create Freemen at a 
minor example.' A special statute was 
npcessary because there was no 


TT would be • pity If Victoria Qly 
pigeon-holed Ita intention of apply- 
ing to the I.#tlslature for a prhvte 
charter. Every year that passes 
brings fresh e\ldence that if Victoria 
U to keep abreast of lie opportunities 
it must shake itself free from the 
routine of municipal controls which 
~whi)e neceesary and vahiahle In 
their.time and deidgnett for all muni- 
ripallties at their Inception — no longer 
fit the status of the capital would the 

V'ancouver has had Ita private before the Lei 
charter for decades, with annual aak for leave I 
amendments granted as Its phyrieal tions. Aa bm 
conditions alter and new conditions tied to the fti 
develop. Though not comparable In designed for i 
si/e. Victoria ne\-ertheless is the seat the province: 
of prosinriaJ government, with special them may ha 
problems in that oonnecUon and also the special dr 
aa the largest community on VaJH here, 
rouver Island. P »'oniOlld 

The aim of a private charter Is not la all that it 
to escape from the Municipal Act, for charter appK 
prevtncUl Uw comes first In any —overdue an 
event, but lo enable the dty to Uke pushed ahead 
action in the light of Its own special lo go before t 


Jjomdon I^H^r 


Thinking Aloud 


Art Councirs Unhealthy Power 


*. . . of thoM -and ihlpa-and sm 1> 
Ing »s.x -of csbtMgrs and kioga** 

By TOM TAYLOB 

I N a curpriaing commeni brfore ha 
kited hia talon u Phtiadriptua 
a week ac<>. Sir ’ntomaa Beerham 
s « I d (here were 
^ two foMen rules 

for «n orrheetri. 
/■ they must begin 

’ legeiher end ertd 

I - £ together. 

^ ^ Furthermore, end 

^ M Use startler, 

j “the public doesn't 

• ' five a dam what 

' gees on In be- 


rhanging control pertodkaily and sV 
lewing new blood to circuiaie in ua 
anrieni vetna. JUdters Wells should be 
rettonsUwd and fnede the responsi' 
Mltiy of a regional arts councU for 
the Lnndan siea-a local opera house 
m the best sene of the term. 

Refioneff counrils could also de 
much lo strengthen ktcai ectlvlly. 
Loral symphony orc hes tras, for 
essmple. muM be oo^rdlnaied wtlli^ 
Inrai opera hou s es as has been done 
In Rite The Briilah Broadcasting 
Corporation couM do much to help 
local counclla b>’ underwrUlng certain 
performancea for broadraatlng - -and 
regloaal opera houses could bo used 
for psrt of the ysar tor dramatM 
performancea. 

Thera would thus bo crooted a 
healthy Indirect competition. Im 
creased opportunity tor artists and 
far fewer evil effects of centraJlzo* 
Uno. It would be logical for regional 
cminclla to be aupporied by local gov- 
ernment and local lAduatry. tt ta true 
that a regtonil authority may be- 
come. aa the central Arts CMincU has 
berocne. an tnetrument of prejudlro 
and peraonaj patronage, but at least it 
. would have different kleea and a 
persona non gratia with one regional 
council would be unlikely le find 
himself b) the same position with 
ethera. x 


lain, because the dictators of the Arts 
C*mtiKll did not approve of Ms polky. 

In order lo rresie tlw nereasary 
climate It encouraged dlaaenston 
aip»ng tlw Carl Reea^ board end then 
■tded with the mlimrtly and erwated 
another opera company by taking 
most of the employees of Carl Roaa. 
It was probably lha moat flagrant 
example of arttatk vandaUsm thU 


BrtlBln and K la 

sigoed Imm the 

pinnacle of nalien- ^ 

ali/ed '^uliure In the 

idea that a minister 

tor fine aru should 

be rmaled. to com- pI|3b 

piste mdillerenoe , 

sn the grounds 

that physical *'^1- 

/ate U more important than cultural 
development. 

The poallion has bemi sceentualed 
•me ag^n by the dire straits of 
our quasi natlonaltaed opera houae 
In Covent Carden, by the problem of 
5adlera WdU and the late of many 
theatres up and d«»wn the country. 
Wa have also ■ good asaortmeni of 
symphony orcheatraa In trouble, and 
the gerwral outlook for music and 
drama has been difflcull. although 
art gelleTtee end Uhrartes have done 
moderately well 


Always on the Job 


•ry t® ktak «i iMukw ptirol ev-v 
tem aa functioning for the protection 
of children on their way to and from 
•chool. which of courae fat the print' 
ary purpose. Few drh'era atop to 
think. hotsTver. that the patrols oper- 
ate for their protection also. By 
regulating uae of the cToaaingi and 
keeping the hordes of youngsters In 
check, the hoys and girts entrusted 
with the familiar flags actually facili- 
tate rather than impede the move- 
ment of traffic and sa\*e drivers from 
perilous aituatitwis every day uf the 
week. It is worth noting that since 
the plan was instituted not one child 
has been killed in a controlled 
crossing. 

Evw without the legal authority 
to halt traffic which they now wield, 
these boys and girts command the 
respect and admiration of ever>one. 


V ICTORIA BJwtnia Ckjb. ongm- 
ator of the junior traffic patrol 
tyglrm for school croaBings. In a letter 
lo the Cokmist the other day publicly 
thanked succeedlnc generations of 
school children who for 23 years have 
been guarding the safety of their 
companioax. The praiae conveyed by 
Mr. Eric Day aa chairman of the 
Klwanki spoMOring committee was 
ful^ merited. For almost a quarter 
of a century. In foul weather and fair, 
the Junior patrola have rendered 
magnificent service, performing their 
duSta with crisp efOcienev- which 


Thars sr# Indirallona. howsvef, 
that more and mors people sre dl» 
satisfied with ihs way ihe Arts Ooun- 
cU does tta Job. It haa uaed lii e*-^ 
nomle ptwver to s»rangW Us enemies 
and cunivat# Its frtends. It haa even 
reached the point where operatic and 
•iher mualcal conductors, theainral 
dlre«lors and menagers are finding 
It difflruU lo secure employment un- 
lem they ere “to** wUh the Arts 1‘oun- 
HI. rhe pmeeas Is simple, of roiirae. 
It Is merely Ihet they do not think 
thet under Mr. X the required erUs- 
tic standards will be obislned. but If 
Mr. Y le engaged then they would 
certainly auhoiiue his wwfc 
Certain favored dramatuts are 
able lo get ihetr work performed 
bereuae the Arte Council decldM that 
It merits additional suhaldiea: reper- 
tory theatres mey pet e ws kr eme 
estre if they emptoy e certain per- 
fnmier or pmduce a certain play In 
thsnrv there is much to commend the 
pmrttce; in prartke Ipere is much to 
condemn. 


Sir Thomaa. fammi* for Ma quirks 
of speech surely had eocnething In 
his cheek when he mM thta perhape 
one of the family pUla. For otherwlaa 
he has been wasting his Ute 

Ditto with our own maestro Hans 
Gruber who should leave us flat to 
the hitch If hie audtonret are not 
concorned with the meat of the muai- 
ral aandwiihee he pmvulaa. And 
Ihet Is a consummatlnn not lo be 
desiml 

If only the beginning and the end 
counted, and not the meons in be- 
tween. this wouM be a comforting 
philoanph) lor Pidel Castro, although 
In his present mood he seems care- 
less of any frowns. 


wouk) do credit to tny adult traffic 
poiceman. 

Along with the thanlts of the 
lOwanis Club to the young traffic 
(flrecton should go those of the 
motoring public at well. U U cuitom- 


The prrthlem !• not a simple one. 
at the Canada Council has dlsiovered. 
It IS not merely s queatien of finding 
a certain amount of money; an even 
gtealer problem Is that of allorating 
11 Hete In Britaia wo are In the po- 
sition where the g «iver n ment M the 
past year haa provided the equivalent 
el otarty tl.3flO.nno lor epera Of 
that sum almiNd Wi per »wnf ha* hem 
•noraied to l^don although only 
nnesixth of the pepulaOon Uvea m 
l^vwkm. N>*w I'ovent ftorden le ask- 
ing (or the equlvslent of about |l • 
Sntnnfl aB tor IteelL which means 
thet money for opers In the provlnree 
IS at far sway as ever. 

The gov e rnme n t has attempted to 
solve the prnhli-m of sllorsilon hy 
maklAg It the respimsiMUty of the 
Arte Couoril_e useful hut rather 
precious and very pre|uduwd body 
whkii dotibtleaa does he best pul Just 
lately leems ta he mom ansiaus to 
hnpeee dkiatlon ef the arts rather 
than pa^rttoage For esample It with- 
drew all aupport le the Cart Rosa 
Opera rompanv tb* oldest and meet 
consistently succesaiul opera to Brl- 


It’s a Topsy-Turvy World 


Rohtrmera as o mouer of (art. 
sHdam are Even those who dm I 
Ur>e up nrtng squads are often equatlr 
disdatnfut of crttirlam of (heir 
methods, their means. They ara sua- 
UJned by a credo very patalahie to 
the unrilous fonoctanre whtrh Irons- 
rends the end at the expense of (he 
means. 

Mr DuOaa. (or example la sus- 
parted In s ome ctrrtoo to this reapvrt. 
kia goal bHng admirable but hts 
path lowarda It devieua and aomo- 
thnea of dubious value 

No one. probably, ran outrage 
•rntlment more than the Individual 
who knows best what U good for 
others, and to hU aelfencloaed 
satseiii hends them le the means 
because, nsiensihly. these ate )usU* 
fled by the erul 

Sir Thofost Beechem can t he nf 
this Uk even if he very decidedly 
bends ills orrhesfras lo his means 
end now says thet only the beginning 
ei<d the erut reslly matter. la 

t.M> imah MKe the sdnee tendered tha 
neophyte speaker to stand up. ahut 
up. and then sit down. The woiM 
wouM have hem the poorer had Sir 
Thomas fMlbmad any such dletum 

It Is his proredoreo on the podium 
from start to ftnlsb thol have m- 
llvened the muelenl realm end p^it 
hla namevekt. tha pKI. In tha berk* 
ground. 

With a hockey ie«m. perhapa. and 
certainly In the optalon of heme B«t|e 
porters not too smipnlouily minded, 
the philosophy al tabeck wKh meant 
might eoelly be popular. The end in 
this ease la a puck to the net and it 
the means to achieve (his InvoKes 
ruhhlng someone's iwise an the be 
(here often la smalt inhibition against 
•uch rude Uetks. 


Most ef all rugionaluation weuM 
pa^w the way to experiment; It amuld 
help to develop lelmt and enroursge 
an appreriatUm of the arts within Iti 
own region. There srould be healthy 
competition between reglooa. The o|e- 
portunKy tor aiiletlc devetopsnenl 
would be much greater. 

The government la at the moiwenl 
consktorlnt the pattern of ena or» 
oomlraUy. It to to ta hoped (hat any 
autetantlal Increase to central aid 
uiU at least be decentraltoed to its 
appilraiion. The ronreniracton of 
power In the Arts Council U un- 
healthy. No one tuggaau that our 
libraries, art gallertea. parks and 
gardens ar other aosenmee should bo 
under a single control Even eur na- 
llonattoed Industries have regtonsl 
bodies And LsNidtm to not lha L'nltsd 
Kingdom. 


Yri II ii wtlmitnd thot bocne 
300,000.000 eovcrelgns ore acBttercd 
•omcwherc Around the globe, out of 
drmJitkm and held by no one know* 
wiKxn. HotPded. ipparenUy. aa the 
gold treBAure they are. LbH year 
Qreat BriUln added to the ttore by 
mlntiiMt a tidy qwtity. but for ex- 
port talc only. r«old itill being gold 
even If It la no longer the curreno* 
atandard. theae aovereigna tsill bring 
In valuable dollara. 

Britnm get along quite well with 
the irtlvcr and copper coina that weigh 
heavily In their pockeU. and wHh the 
kind of note money to convenient In 
moat countriea for doing buainms. 
They murt view with tome wr> ne:t.s. 
neveiiheleaa. the development that 
sees Uieir coWen aovereign a mere 
hem of international exebange. rob- 
bing them of the comfortable feel of 
a gold coin In their own handa. 


I T la one of the ironlet of the modem 
world that the prize coin of a 
nation's currency ahoulfl be reaarved 
exchkdvety aa an export commodity, 
('otaagt la not atone In this respect, of 
couraa. Peoplea alrive mlghtil>' to 
maka or produce tfunga aolety to aell 
them abroad, being themselveg de- 
prived of their use no matter how 
much they would like to have them. 

This topsy-turvy atote of affalra 
la well illuatrated b>* the fate of the 
golden British sovereign. Once It wax 
a lodeatone for all the world, for paper 
money la actually only a promise to 
pay w'hereaa a aoverign b actual gold 
Its Intrinak worth b atiU high, and It 
b eagert>* sought. But the nation to 
which H helonga may not barter It 
dofoeatkany. For two decades now 
It haa been unlaa-ful for Brttona to 
pnaxeas aoverelgns. 


Tbc Iraosury snk ihe iKancellor ef 
the exchequer sre obviously In e 
more generous mood as fsr a* the arts 
are concerned. The treasury and the 
Arte Cornell work like terrible twine. 
ln<Wd terrible 5Uamese twins They 
are inseparable But tbere to an In- 
ereaslng demand for the shohiinn of 
(he Arts Council aa now conotMuted 
and the substitution of regional coun- 
cils so thsi national pattonsge may 
be mors adaquately aprbad over lha 
whole country 

There It strong argument fnr pre- 
earving ('ovent Garden st a “cathe- 
Aral " of opera and at s natlonsl ven 
ture. but there to also argument (or 


^ G. E. Horiimorw 


The Packsack 


Sunday Closing Voted 


Of GRB4IOBV rUABR 

H OW do wlKuL boito- mnky old 
lop eaecuilvea to big bualneaa 
manage to get along wtih all tha iw 
furtottog traffic 
tleups and other 
Inconveniencea of f 
modem life* 4 

For example, 
ti<?w enraged must | ^ 
be an old gentle- 
man. at whoso 
frown a thousand | 

employees tremble If / II 

boots. sU 


The vote was 1191 for .‘Sunday 
Hoeing; Tflao for an open aunds>. 

Dr. t#wM Hall was rwrte«-ied 
mayor of Victoria, with 2.011 votes, 
compatod lo 1.M) tor hts chsllenger. 
former msyor A. J. Motley 

Among aMermen elected were 
WlUtom J. Mable. WUIIam MrK. Rom. 
Henry F. fttohop. W M Ruaaell 
Itumber, Alexander Stewart. W F. 
Fultortort iserry A Raymond. Alex- 
ander MrKeown. John A- Turner, 
Anton Hendersnn. 

George Jay. I.eonard Talt and 
W Ri Stanetond were elected artiool 
trvttees. 

C. R. Douftos was elected msyor 
of Vancouver. He had 2.014 voiea. 
Second was U D, Taylor with UW. 


It unlikely, aa Usooa wbe lake the tmublo 
lo reed On Murlson'a prepared siaia- 
ment in Ihu lieue will conclude. 

In a sense North Cowietian wiU* “en- 
dow" the ether componenia of Cewichsn 
School Dtetrlrt No. tt. namely, Oty of 
Duncan and southern unorgantaad area. 
The p i w poThon of taxes eeeb componenl 
pays to calculated In reletton to the ataesa- 
ment of each to the aggregate total North 
Cowlchan's share now rtoaa Morply In 
view of Its a a oe st ment jump the sharei 
of the other two mmponenta fall, as 
nHiher one haa experienced any elmUar 
tocreast In laxahle assessment.* 

-coWKwae laaoee 


A farfBtFf FaH 

wbara wrong «ith moonUghUng? Not 
a llur« in times of lull emptoymani A 
Irw yean ago the man who took iw a 
*hpaie-ttmr ' )ob waa commended lor hu 
tomative. Today, hecauaa there la com- 
prtiUoM ler ampleymenl. ha to regarded 
as a pretty low form of human life. 

We deplere a dtuatton tn which one 
man may have a jeh and a half white 
another can't Had even part itme work, 
hut wt ere evene to rfetolrtlve legislation 
which Htald -fsate a greeter evU. If it 
weie lUrgel to take on casual work while 
hnldmi another jah. would 11 be fair for 
the owner of e small hokUng to aril the 
produn frecn hte bud wrhlte he is making 
wagea tn tndustnr* 

Actual mnociUfhtinf however, ahould 
be dlacounifed hy an appeal to the lie 
dt^lduM eonsetence- 


toUwreo “<ianese l*otot“ aiad Trial 
laJaiid. tS y^vs ago. 

iThe potnt IS now "Harting Point** 
In hia memory . I 

Misatoc believed drowned, was 
Llewellyn A Hinder 40 Hinder and 
Mra Clifford Bales had been hrtogtog 
heck heart! furl from Trial Island 
when their boat capetied In a squall 
Dr. Ilariings boai overturned 
when ho was trying to r e t c u e 
Ihe pair. ^ powerful swimmer, he 
reached shore, but coltopeed and died 
tow med i ately eftei wards 

iieveral other bnaie overturned so 
rewnier after raecuef tried (e reach 
the pair clinging lo tfie upturned 
craft. 

Arthur Rto«. Vk-torto newspaper 
reporter, manoeuvred hto small 
dinghy aul and reerued Mra. Bales. 

resctlVfs 


in their 
when nobody will let him make a lef® 
hand'lum! 

The way the vrortd la today, It li 
hardiv wrorth being a millionaire. 

Among my ftehing rrwnleo to a 
bachelor of middle age whom t can 
never get lo tperul Ihe evening with 
ma because *he works until 10 p nif 
every dm of Ihe week He to the prk 
vale oeeretsry te ana of thoae angry 
old men of Mg busineaa. 

He works until 10 every night ho- 
rauee both he and hla famous hose 
cton't get {kmn to work until 2 d'ctecB 
tn the afternoon 

At that hour tha aid gonttenud 
nnds IHtle traffic to Incommode him. 
Beeldee. by that hour ail the spado 
work at the offkw bae been dene by 
hte Inierinra who got dow n lo work a| 
f For three hours he Hstena to 
them and thetr pr n bte m a, and thea 
they leave to go home during (ho 
traffic rush at S. 

And hi peace and quiet, from S 
pm until 10. he and thte favorito 
■erretar) of hte devote fhemaetvea. in 
Btrene Isolation, to the busineaa of 
outtMntiilng and anitltlng all 
eaemlea. rxnnpetllocs and adveraartes. 

Then they go home, a Uitte ahead 
of tha theatre arul hockey crowdw 


Happily Ihe Meo that the end te 
ttw> mein thing end It doesn't matter 
rhuch about the means lo get there, 
te not widely heW among the gener- 
ality rtf heinga. If It were of course 
tbere would he no uas living el all 
and Mrih and death might well he 
Ino rthed on the same rottifk-aie 
It to what lakes place beiwe«>n 
these marks of time that rmmts and 
very much indeed Even wtIh a sptit- 
nlk the firing point and that af die 
appeoranre into orbit te IncutenUil te 
what the rocket roveals on the way. 
If this were not ao no man would 
gel to the moon, ever 

No. 5Ur Thomae w very much 
wrong, nr was that marntitg r eh eat *el 
when he tapped hla baton and made 
hto archaoirs ait up. The orrhestrs 
waa about to expetionco the very 
aittiiheste of -hte rsrsark, Iq. brt. (nr 
If ho did hot (hen put them through 
thetr pares and dwell exceedingly «n 
the mesne by which they would reark 
the end of (he acorw -then aomcone 
qiuet have been imparaonatlng hun. 

And the means by which gnylhing 
Uke this couM be acrempitohtd would 
certainly not be dlamiasod ^ him aa 
bnunpertaat. 


We'r« In the Mood 

Thfts's a feeling of optimteiB In the 
air aixHind Caropbetl River these da>i aa 
e>erybody Inoki forward lo a good year 
ahead. 

t'nnfidenre In the future to aocneihing 
that wo ehouW all have and with a little 
roars bewaUag carobtned with consider 
ahty leaa kruuklnf w« might help our* 
selves to mnre prtiaparous and happy 
limes. We are In Ihe mood lot a happier 
IRW and Campbell River couU well do 
without the undetrurrents of dteaenston 
foetered by Individuate and fsctlona with- 
in our mktet. 

-CAMrsBxs sncB cm ataa 


8fif« RoutPR to SrhooiR 

Representative from Sidney to the 
Capital Region Pteanlng Bnard. Ceiib 
mtastonar Bosher haa urged that tha 
highways In tha vicinity of schools ta 
proMded wHb footpaths far lha uae ff 
atudents making their way to and from 
(heir homea 

‘Pie provteien would ta Inexpensive, 
for there to no auggeetlon of paving tha 
walka. They would steo provide tor a aula 
and convsntoni means of aeroaa wherefiy 
the preaent probtema af stsdenta playtnf 
an busy highways would ta eliminated. 

Motorists have tang deplored (Be daw 
per represented by atudents on the high- 
ways and (terente have been concerned 
•I the neceaaltv uf their ckiMrsn perad- 
Ing alonf the busy traffte mutea 


Sofne .pther wnuid-ta 


a fult cargo af mirrhoadlse ra oslgwed 
lo Buntoou and CU.. who hove tately 
ernrted IBe flrat bouse to Ihe new 

cHy." 

So the Briltoh Oalenist rsporied. 
inn years ago. and added this 
suggestton: 

“In erfier lo fecllltete owners to 
finding (heir tote at Langley, tha 
govemanant ought etiher to mark out 
the lola ao etoorly that any peraon 
could find them; ar a governme n t 
aurveyar ahouM he an the spot to 
4i an. 

"We have heard aeverpt parlies 
fcanpUln af tha uncertainty they 
tohofsd under In finding what they 
had purchaaed at the aato." 


were pulled from the aea by a human 
chain. Roderick Wilson. 14, was al 
Ihe end of it. 

Briltoh Columbto's first 34 boiir- 
a^v "owr liquor aiora wai opened 
at 13fil a m. 'Tuesday. Jan Id. 19A4, 

as a measure agsinst hootleggers. 

Csrioa Hevte. 22-year oM secretary 
af agrteulturo. accepted the prevl- 
den<-y of strtfotorn Cuba after pfoaF 
dent Orsu San Mania sobmitled hte 
tevignetlon to a revolutionary Junta. 

Three daya later, Hevte rsaigned 
and waa rspteced by ttyear-old 
Cartoa Ifendteta. veteran MtkmaUst 
tender. 


EducBtiBic DrivFra 

Conaktarabte time and anortey havs 
been spent to educats drivers of auU>- 
mobtlaa to stow dow n , to drink tea or 
ooffos toatoad af whiaky when driving. 
Ttite meoaoge must hses been convlnr- 
tag. snd li reaulls over Chrtetmos ond 
New Tsar caa b* any erkerton. 'hen the 
populace te Heiening to the sound given 
awl by lha auihorlttea. 

Aa good as K was, there can be no 
let-down. Lot It ta yowr motto to follow 
out thte advtes throughout the year. 


Burden Shifted 

“nie reeve has indlcaiad that North 
Cowkhan. If It Hmtta Mpendllurea, 
doce not fact a tax toeresse. There couM 
•vtA bt a iMaaars af raltaf, aKhotgk thte 




\atioiiiil 


te ike Edhor 


Personal Rights 


I>u«. 1 am •«*!« to the poor amuflka ot tta Meftt Mo 
raorna, I am raportod In th« Doily Colonlot of Jan l«. aa 
pfopoainc (hot "Mr. DlcXonbokor a knockMo bo rappod.’* 
On tha eonirary. H waa my douM whalhor Mr, D(»(an' 
hahor waa awara eX tha artlon lakan agalnat Mr. Argyla 
that dalBiminad ma lo propoaa that a protaat ba wnt ta 
tha prlma ininiatar 


DiaXanhahar U attampUnf lo aaXaguard tha Xraadiwn oX 
tha indlviduaJ an tha nationBi and Intarnailonal tavrla. It 
la our duty la oaXafuard lhaaa Xrvadoma at tha c»n> 
aiiluanr) laval. tha laval whara tha) ara Xirvt loot 

Whatbar ooa agrvaa or dlaagrat^ with Mr Ariylaa 
raiaarfca. ona muat daXand hia rtght to voira iham IX Mr 
Argyla may not axprti^ hia p^raonal oplnkmi. than tw> 
othar etvil aanraal may axpraw hia IX wa atand Mly by 
whlla tha lights at ona paraon ara ruriaUnd. aa auraly 
BJ tha oifht Xollowt day wa loo will lo*a oura flaraly. 
IX avar. ara lights takan Imm pao|>la In ona blia They 
ara nibblad away. Only a conatant vigiUnca and a willing- 
naaa to fight tvary oncroaghmant on our rights will pra 
van! tha raallsatlon of Hualay'a "Brava Naw WorM.** 

(Mral A. BUELL. 

POS MrChiro BiidaC 


DB. ALBEftT E1N.<ITEIN 
» * . Copad with iha vnamua 


Mn/or lmluMtrie$ Fore f'nreal 


J. DONALD ftMITH. M LA 


By MABTIB ABINDBI. Otonraa oX a taxiila otrlka 
KarMi Amactona Nowspapaa •*»«* »■». “»“®" •«««?•• 

AUtanf *•> 

All oigns point to an Im- 

In oontroM to Ito*. a rata- walkout of about wn.. 

Bvaly paarwXul yaar on tha ono oil worAra. Aftar gattirtg 
tabor front, tha aurront yaar nowhara in nagottationa with 
proraiaaa to ba ona of tha "*• managamanf (hat hagan 
tMat.M. turwu iHa oil »o»k«»fa 

tant oartoda In U E tabor WrirtI Palirrna 

lani partoda in l ». tabor Cnlon piasklani O A 

managamant ralotkma bi a Knighi «akf tha union wouW 

*>xhau4l ayap- avaniia of 

Naw' union contraata ara ‘ »ni( 'wa U 

.iai.«t la h. iwammtad in tha wa-doni gat arllon 


ITS NOT 
TOO LATE 


E>R. ARNOLD TOrNBEB 
• . • Monumanial work 


The Alcoholic Personality 


Orr-RTRRET 

PARKINtt lY-UW 


tastlla mbbar. olL maal park Agraarnania of tha UnMad . . . 

log, talaphona and hsltroad Raaklnghooaa W orkara and 

bwtuainao 'h* Amalgamaiad Maat Cut A physician wklaly axpart 

ftath aidaa ara prapartng for Buirhara with tha ^, 1 ,, aioDhciUca diaputaa 

»»nr«l Jnlf.VMn.rIS. .. '»?" * '"T ^ I!!”! 

mnrta« »t ih« unMn. .n.) ih* '* t *”*">' •• "lil-jAolw l>« 

compadiaa may prnvoka malar aonaliiy - Thaio U such a par 

atrOiao, *»partad to ha snnaiuy mv» Dr Rohan I 

TvSfi: '“iiiirJ): h«tJ"JD: •«' >«* «" •->" 

r«-nbj «ukn.,.numw,.l 

Ptaalworkara ihiaa-yaar pact *“ *"*'*'^- 

*"1. ^ *2J'nnirir^ ThL Commumcllnn. a.„rk paychologi.i. To 

covc^ogaornamOOOwcwkars ^ Amatir.. paci with 

•xpirao Juna » Norlhwaaiam Ball Talaphona “ puraly a disaasa of (ha 

Tha l^nllad Rubhar Work #K(Hraa laia in January, and mind, and If artanew avat g(«aa 
art pan with tha (Mg rubhar agiaamanis with aihar sutwut 
mmpanlaa. rovartng naarly tarlas aX Amarican Talaphcm# 
lOftOPO worfcars. runa out tata and Talagraph and In months 
In April. atagforsd thmughmit t h a 

flarouaa tabor managamani y»«r Mora takahoma pay la tkla growing alXta tMin 
ralationa In iha mbbar indua what tha unioa imanAi 
try kava baaw ahova par for ogni (or 
aavaral yaara, obiwrvars say 
(bars la laas Itkalihnnd of a^ m ha 
atfjka in ruhhar than In any^ronstr 
of tha oihar industrtaa York, 

Also in Apnl. tha I'nitad ema^ 

Taxtila Workars of Amartra's par 
Bgraamam. «at(h iha targaal 
compantas m tha Industry, 
envaring soma llfOOno amploy 
•as larminaias. Tha taxttia 
woikars havan ‘1 had a waga 
rtsa Mnew IPW. ae wagat will 
ba tha main lasua. 


muM ba srwe^ad on Pioaa Xeua ura That la bacaus* I am 
datloa alaaas lavahia “ Or It may go thla 

Thooa stonaa ara unrofiail **1 ^**1 plaosurs. 1 bavo 

oua nsada. aceonting lo Dr *'•'*' ^®«glvan ’ 

Levy. If ilHwa naada ara of f'witng lovahls loads lo la 

graat intanalty and If alcohol *■"••*** salXaaraam. an m 

- . . _ ... ... craasad saosa of tha Intagtily 

soams to laswm iba problams ^ uwfulnaaa of iha bod) 

which grow out of Iha naads. and an tnrrraasd laadtnaas to 
ihaa you hava tha hasa af Iha racatva iova idrinhi from 
alcoholic parsonallty. otbars. aa wall as to giva." ha 

.. said. 

Ona sat aX oaads ha con , .. . _ . 

Dr Levy urorks with al 
limwd. ara mosnrht.tic and „ akwhollam study 

thay ara *'lha mayor datar- dlnlc malatainad by tha .tan 
minsnt oX much potholofical Franctsco dapartmant of pub- 
up on aXfoiis lo Muaprint tha diinking.** health. Hia vlawa ea tha 

alcQholla parsonaliiy. ihara -Ovaniy. alcobol imnlahas perwmaUty wore a 

may never ba a solutiaa for In a varlary of ways,** ba said ”"’*^**'1*^ '• 

■Thera U the simpla hangovar: ^ •*“**'" *" 

Thare la Iha Mnga wtih Its 

mlseraMa Oars and weeks of 

The Teamsiers are reported given up Ona ssM resulting sickness Thera • • 

csusiicsiiy (hat tha only thing ih# Inat yobs. Ipa fMromiatng 
slcohollfs had m «»anmon was ruined the msrrlafea 

that they all diank tan much **”***•" 

Anothm remarked H was po. aHf pum-h^. 

aX course, serves unc-onactoaaly 

No work stoppages ara ex *• HM Just ebmit any «« , problem solvin* devlea 


Rh a iRa oilier sMn 
9i Iba atory od 

CKDA 

Moaday, Jul IBth 
7.M pjn..ri5p.m. 


n£e™m‘ 21 (r 

EMES ELECTRIC 


B.C. Cl.ECTRIC IJQHT AND TCLKPHONK 
BIU> PAVABIJC AT BOTH PljICER 

McCaU Davsy Drax Cs. _ 

»wt aissc»s. ow c«» ««a 
- «v t sen •» e» s-ms 

s^ SMbBurM DrBf SUrt tTZ 


$ 250 , 000.00 
Available for Purchas 
Mortgages and 
Agreements For Sale 


^Thank Martial l>aw 


If you hov# a MonghRa or gr\ Agraanient rovarlng profmrty 
anywharo tn Rrittah ColumUa, on whk^ vou ara rollartirtc 
monthly pa.vmanfa but wauM Ilka to saB your a^att.v for 
Immadlala coob, talaphona ma or furnish full partlcuJaji by 
mail. 

nir rNABMAN. Maj»g<w. Newigsee DepA 

NORTHWESTERN SECURITIES OF VICTORIA LTD 

•SI VatM aa4 Broad, VIrtorte, B.C. 

E\’ 5-0741 


•eetns to be mourning ihe paaa “T W arwoiuteiy 
Mg of damarracN ^ dnn« ull lo Xuwl 

To one who kO hefota whai perhapa a pol 

now haa half laughingly mme 'V;;!*'’ 

to »w CBltad hare ihe Oioher *'•* *' moment give 
Revolution." the change in iha Mippwi to Pmaidani 

lava and atmosphere of the ^ cabinet, 

eapiial ta hnmedlateiy ap- a a a 

porent. There Is an obvious feeling 


!$aTC for a bappier 
future — aiwi make sura 
ViKi gel a k*f 
iDteraat ht opeoing 
your savings areouol 
at National Trual. 7'o« 
ran save by mail, ton; 
jual 511 in ike enupoo 
below and mail yoor 
first deposit now. 

Nki «ta wim-iisi MX-wsrfr 


f'OIA>NIAr' R(M>N 

e«t Tsst msMis ^sfis 
kx w w IssWt II • > s as 
OUwsr • - I s« OsiW 
jswss ast aoTVL 
IS Oa» n a— W S( B* S-TIM 


CLEARANCE 


BRAND NEW AND 
DEMONSTRATOR 


Among Iha yaong enthu 
alasts who cheered Pakistan to 
Independence In 1*47. there Is 
a faint admission of shame 
that demnerary haa gone 
Rnma cover up hy saying. 
*WelL whal ta derruxTary? 
Covernmeni by reffreseniaiive* 
who have the popular support 
of the majority of (he people. 
You cannot say that Oneral 
A\ uh hv not got the over- 
whelming aupporl of our 
peopk- 

And that appears (n be true 
Newspapers are suhtact lo a 


e-CytlMlpr, B>C>UiNlpr, AatomRtle TnuumlMloB tii 4 Stamlbnl 8 hifU 


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4 Door Sedan with automatic trana* $ 
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etc. ONl.Y 

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• Top Trulo-lii: 

• New Cbr rail Worruty! 

• Owdbe-Apol-Apprsb«l«! 

• Free Ifiihe Boob*! 

• No Ttoia Fay umt a TIM Morrb! 


For Ibe BK8T receptloB oo oay T\* ao« — Mock oad 
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Phone and trenepnrtatton wtit be auppikd 
II you need R. 


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Lot t that mis 
forhiJiitti. 
bat could mt 
bt dtptud . , . 




By Tomnto C.<m 9 emrtofy Utumnt 


iThere They Stand, 
Writ Is in Her Hand 

it it it 

Off the Record 


AnnojU prwanutkm rwllal 
•f (h« VidorU chapter, Atumni 
•f tha Itoyal Canwrvaiery «f 
Music. Toronto. issA piscs 


sml^ Inrtuiting a la«'>rr uKnaa 
fUat Una t»iU IM. ’iStera they 
stand, tbs writ la In bar hand 


Bomaiimaa I amidar about 
ponf wTitara Arc tAa> a gntup 
»f ganluaaa. )aais aM«i| j>t 


T^dajr, tamorruu VIO' alraJ AH MuHaif praaasla 
torts fljmpboay Orrluiatra ptoalal DaaOaa Man. Maly 
«1to Batoa M«Md 

and tlltofrad SroU, Buyal 
Tbealre. S p^a. today and 
Ut pjit. tomnran. 

Twtuda>— Wtnniprt BaBH 
In *Tia«Mtor Saltot,' **ta 


and Mrm T. II. JoAna. a< 27SS 
Somaaa Drive. 

Ttta preacnutlona. urhich la 
rhidad that of bar own art»elsr> 
ahip, trert made by Mrs. Ja> 
Dujsnd, the former tierirude 
lluntly Gtren. who Haa Intro- 
duced by Miaa Noel toolih 

Toronto C'onaemtory !Ulwi 
cnedala. awaritad to the randi 
dales ebiaimnt the hlfhdii 
martia In (he provtneo. wrte 
won by Wend> Gerry iCradr 
Id, vtolkni. Baibara Ann i'nurt 
tCrade 4. vtolint. Potrteto Mi 
Ivor (Grade d orton). Mardi 
Campbell (Grade t. ipaarh 
arta> and Heather McCubbin 
ICrodes 3 and A apoerti arts. > 

Itorbara Ann Court, a U 
year old otudent at lAnad n w wi ' 
Junior Hlfh School, also ea< 
ivd Off (he Ftedertcb Harrla 
aeHelarMiip and the |untor but 
aary donated by the Con«rva 
|orv alumni 

The Iniermediate Alumni 
VtiotoroMp ocworlnc Grades 
C 7 and d provided a ife 
Pianlfta Nortf: ■ • A b h o 1 1 
• r.rsfle 7» gnd PhfTlIp Adan» 
— - ‘f;.'<|e Ai were 
flirt ptora --»d the r 
wa« another ptonM. 

Gerry (Grade •* 

The O'liOJa -:.lp ir 
Mn Diirend wai 
Sandra Par* - and a 


Ldlely. I lean toward the Dv Jim layior Jazaiype theme muste fiom 

totter (heoiy. espwiaUy when J . Ihe Peter t;un TV ahow 

J haor aome of thetr more it it it munded ao commerctal that 

popular affotta Songa like Antoeny haa r«ci>rded It 

•The Wedding, a Ittile toar- hand, but he’s second beot but once 1 was first in her Out for Juet a short ttmr. If# 
jrrket by June Valli that is m my heart ' heart" You ge( the picture? already made an appearance 

curreiitl) wniigmg alt kinda of t>,i, ^oei on fot a chorus. By ihta lime the noswts on several hit marts . My 

dniUra out of teenage pocket py now toy haati la bload gre wilting the cake la stale jm peeve nf the month. Ihe 
hnnki for her Theo. (ha grOem and the lease has expirod on *x*hlMie«i a Mait'hing hong** 

Now .Mtaa Valli hat a fine chimes In. the honeymoon aul»e How- has hre»» re|rs«ed h> leerSd 

vou'f. the malodv la Adrt)uair. Hla tirsi line to. There the ever there s still lime for Ihe Bergman and (he Orphans* 

atxi evoryhods sings on kc> staiida. my ring la on her big ftniah CTiarua. tnd 30th Century Fu« 

Bur the uoida would make hand, but I know ahe'a ptaying too mils It 'an unvarnished. 

>our lunch luieh a pan 1 love her ao, although The hrtde owrpowers the em«>tion • luwked pertnrmanm 

This to probahly the naisieat f Artow (hat I'm aocond baai In chorus hy sheer Mute foKw that will choke you up 

wnldtog atoio the ahoigurk es her haart ’ pleading. ' finn't let me rest with (is sincerity and 

pioded ui the middle of **0 e o o unlU the aacood best la the honevty' * It ehnkes me up. all 

Promise " llmte gr* so So It a not such a big aecii l tiist a>ul iha tost in roy hoart.** right . IU> Pru-e pleado 

many ; lalkmg that lit# Ay now they're Obviously the girl ta akk and with hla girl In hla new record. 

'^so 1 aque«ie a beginning to look Uke o by this lime oo to the audtetMo railed 'Klaaing Tour Picture ta 

•Dearly B^red" In edgewise, couple af Ann Landers rajaeta. HiUL I ve barn ihumtHrig sn Cnkf' .Snwest by fHr-kle 

But Ifa anty beginning. ihrcsigh my copy af "Discord, ftoa snd the Iton'to la ‘T'nme 

Out In the audience, on- half Taught." and I va thoughl With fs," iwch^ wiih "Tear- 

To begin Aiih there Is the hoknownat to aU la an es- of a daixly aeduel I m going drops Will Pen " JsAnny 

hlusi'ir g bitde aiieauv finding hoyf* -.l Nat to be ouidone. la >all M 'The DIvorro " f Ssb tos — ~rt r*lied Th»‘l 

fault with har hushandtoha. j,, fly "Th*,, Ihry liaven’l got « hmaned yet. Tkke Ynur <;una to Town* 

In a tearful yo|a the mbs *utid. kia ring la an her hand, but ihere B he a east of thcii; that owiid gn 


Jan. S»— Bottot Bwsaa do 
Muole ( arto wiUi Ntoo 
sab and Alan Hosiard In 
•|,eo Aylpbtdss.* •Nob 
rrorber* and *t«aleto Pari* 
atonsv* Boyal Theoiro, iAP 
p.in. 

Jan. Jt— VIctor to Thaatro 
Galld a pea a Tha Malrh* 
maker* at iho l.nnghana 
( Mori Theolre. AlA p.m. 


PATBICtA McI\’OR 
. . . oryaitiai 


Phonograph 

Ty^ee^^ed 


A vaOd leirvlaion set, three- 
■peed re*-oid player, sewing 
machine and laMa tennis (ahle 
■•e urgently needed hy Ihe 
Family and ChiMront bervico 
AuAlluiiy lor i(s home ter 
problem git to to be opened 
hero soon. 

Duc-jrs air asked to call on 
D. K Woodwotf of the 
CanUy and children • aervic*. 
•t iprui— 


lAKT TWO W»JiA 

PBOCiBA.MH 
aoAV. • »M. «ne«»r<ar at 


The Entertainment Parade 


- ner up 
Gillian 


rHARUiTTR KAY 
. . leachei a diploma 


Herrration .S’firrry 
rwted b> SH in l^ttnafoni 

A thousand gucsrioAnairoa 
leorhMs ^ dr!:-eted house to 


N«wmae fyfeb "Kiasti^teiii" 
Metis'-' Rogers "Alfred*; 
K.t_ >!s- T>r Bitud-; 

Jrin Bra* "Or Fefke” Terry 
Frswrh •^=Mv'‘ J«shn itouh. 
"Frwub. and Lleanor Dsift 
"Pli'u* Ottolakv 

A fm Iks bartt'ino 

role n( the usrden. 

Trars * will be beld t» 
morrow 


to Mtoo Corlntt# iCar 

Bcuorv Colder, plautot. was 
yvjni^r up to Ml** lV*«ii > (he 
junior 'Grades 4 and hu. 
■aci* efsssirWadnn 

yy»* rorilal Included perform 
■nees by m*"f of *be sward 
wlnr>art anA In addition honor 
pertnrmaisees V>' »bre* mil 
standing first cUsa honor 
arfst 

Tt'ese were Mary Gossard 
vloliniai . I Vmewey Pemns 
(.rads 10 s|>ce<n ari<: and a 
f,., -sr winnei of the BC 
Ktr* i.v R<^ Bowl, and Dianne 
Madhew* aoprano 

Guest ar(l"»s >ere .Tune 
Gnitwt arsd Margarei Abbott 
The., line vtooi doela. arcom 
par.iad by Mi Maiooira Hamii 
1 p:.. ODOaisted of '-■■-gs fnan 
Ihe .:rj Rnglish and Italian 
[MerOlurSO. 

.Mias Margery Vaughan aud 
Mic »ckwr«o Woodotoo arrom 
panted 

reorbers respoiuible for tbe 
Si^. -messes gained hy the vorl 
mtt students are Mrs. Cenrude 
Bales Mary Omsroid Wendv 
Garry and Rartsaia Ann v'oiut 
Mrs tletrn Gfccf;, Heainei 
McCubblJi: Mrs W'ltfred Ord. 
fTerrsefi'S Perrins and Mardi 
rampbeli. Rodiiev Webster, 
pal Metvor. Mias Noel .'toiiMh. 
Baodra Parton. GiUion Gerry 
and .^ipwart Calder, Mr R 
Wood Diar. e Matthews. Mlaa 
Marjorie Tebo. CTiorlolle Ka- 
arui Mias 1*00 ('alwri. Norman 
i.^r&itt. formerly with Mrs R 
Beewick of Itolney. srujj Philltp 
Adamson 


mrtcerts for ISW laaes pia.o 
t^> and tonotrme wim 
music of the Three Ba< h. 
Beethoven end Brahma 

Guest aruets are paenisis 
Rnhin Wood, a nallve of Vic* 
torts, and W'inifred Aroit hta 
ssife Bo(h Mr. aad Mrs W'ood 
■re tearhero at tha Rn>al 
Ai sdemy In Lond«in and are 
■]•«, widely khosvn as concerl 
piamsts 

They wlU ptoy Rocha C* 
mu>or ronrertu. and Mr. Nkood 
sriH atoo be heard In Brahma* 
second ca me eiOL The pso* 
gram la vo m pieted wiiii the 
iNihcstra's performanco of 
fireihoven t *‘P a a I o t 0 1 e" 
Symphoni 


Wedrwsday lo help determine 
rocroationM needs of iho aron. 


iVmnsMla Plavers nreeenta 
hen of "iiigh Ground' will bo 
■eert Marth • and 7 at -Sidney 
Uemenrar', Hebool 


*rhe IS** Music Festival 
- <M«) >ahle Iroso 

Vicvlrin Mstdt Mu«tC 

and lUU isitfwtd Music 
at(N'^ i*los'^g dale for eniries 
la Ms- - X 


WKNDY GFRKY 


DKNl.se UAAA 
. . , oulalar^ding lour 

recital Wednesday at I Inly- 
rood Mouse. 

Derusa Mara daughter of 
Mrs r DMosw. Pe m bs t * 

ton Rrwd an outstanding 
E^rnpesfi tour to hes i ledlt 
atih# her tost appee. ance hers 
Her Victoria prograrn span 
mred bv tr-e Mvis;- •! Ait 
r “ wly, provides flvs l>ehu*sv 
preludes three worlia of 
Chopto and (wo ew h of 
Moxart and Barn 


Another Ktghl) •■Keeasful 
VlrlocU ptomsi appears to 


T ( - ■* u I s Nu- Sepal ate 
Tahl.-r ' lo be ptndurod b> the 
Thea>te Guild Match 14 lo H. 

u.*:- pto. r at 7 in pm w sd 
nestoy sitd Thursday ai l3ii 

Rnrkland '• 




CHINESE FOOC 


Tha annual I'dk festival 
apmaorod by Oi# Canadiae 
rmk toriety Vir«orto b'S'Th. % 
taxes pla<e April 10 aivd 11. || 


SI NDAY MlDNKiHT SHOW 

DANA ANDREWS Spy HUiti 


Ao augmented chdir of 

MetropolKan T'nh-^ ^"nurcli 
will p«**^it Haydns ' O.cw 
turn'* sn Match 1 i as -lart 
nf the rhurbs ref»>er.«iy 
'Fletuati.vr.s Dlrer(>e will he 
.^..•itkosd Robawn of 
ver. wtili Tvonne 0‘^Uvan. 
also of Vaomiiver #0 apprano 


^^^^ hiqaJrer 


G.Itwrt and ;::!t>a0 Sorwly 
a: -' les a very efrong - »l 

for (be tiMthioming pr.^iin 
nr>B of “Die Fledermau* 

Ruth Cbampton la 'Kooa 
Unda Adele (»ouM. “A»k— 


HFATHnt MHTBRLN 
. . . speech arts 




Ballet Presents 
Classics, ^Jazz^ 


"THE WORLD OF SUSIE WONG 


CXIB TANCfO 
C\' SAftl 


■nia Ro>al W ipeg Bailor hnur piiRtram dtfocied bv 

IV. Ai 'd TTtoie are e« 

leru a western tour at (he " - * ' , ..^k* 

_ . ceipia from ihe The 

rtjal Theatre oo Tursdoy Heauty •Tat'hallimv 

ght. akyPeitpo-. teaiuriog -nru a 

Feur numbers orcupy a tww T*vcrne« arA Maril> n Y*"“ .g 

"Gre*^- i«. by Robert 
MouUon witb a aeoro by VlrgU 
Thomsrm. (s from Ihe free 
wbeeling. vivi:;> #»pr;ii;ve 
eaemplUted b> Maitha 
• .-ar-.sm and Agnei de M»lto 
Marina Kalnmls stars both 
In Le Jem Hoi." s bo*le( of 
the JIto. and "Baltot Premier." 
Ihe totter with wuele of Mew 
delmahn and choreograpity by 


STAJTTS 


CWmm Faaf! 


THAT IflVABLE IAJ6H M, 


Royal Theatre 


tR STAIEl IN NERSONt 
Nut Tgpstfiy it l.lt fM- 

^ EEJ^KKTOIKE — 
Ballet Preialrn 
Idt Jmi Hot 


MeoptaiB Boaaty K>rerf<» 

TVAeU itow ol Beot's Mualo 
Msre. 7S4 Fori Rlreei 
Ptome FV4 104I 

$Mi. Mto. Pt.TA USA IHA 

bu-hidtoc Us 


PVATVBB RTABTf AT 
IJPI • IB4 - Ml • 1JB RM 

EXTBA — r.^RTOTO 
IN TROfNUX)IX>R 

^TO ITCH Hit 


DINS S06ABDE 

TOKO TAMl • dOMN FBABO 
Titoied oe locarisa 
IS Ma'eehc fodla 
mauTM/uiffm 


STARTS 












fidtill tffliMiUI Vktork. IX. $fm^ Jm. It. IMt 7 


rimr/i in 


Mrmbvr «r th» Mlmiiiiatni and r 

tl\t <«uitcil of thr Ka»t SMiiKii vimm m (ha 
TMout iK'llan b«iiia for (hr In IMf Im 
!««•* XI yran Rd%tii t'ndri hrtilhrr* br| 
«oo<l, 2NB Mount Nrwion irr» Hr stll 
CruM Rijod. waa m-rnily rorh »«»«un. 
rW< (rd rhtrf of the band 


VANi'OllVI3t — Imitropor LOS ANUELI3 PaMm 
dhrt ko 0 ma]«r . cauar al Tnunho. film wriirr bUtrktUi 
coronary haart dtoaoaa, aaya H by HoUywood «U»<ioa haa 
Or. Anral Krya. famed heart idrntlfkid himaoU aa Ihe author 
apadaliai. of ^^Tha Brava Onr.** a arrl^ 

Tha tftractor of phyaiotoftcai which won an Oacar In I9f4. 


MEMPHIS Xoch ‘n* roU OTTAWA Ar««*U Norawy 
alngar Jorry Lea ImW, 23. (okl la gotn| bm.% to hia old )ob 
a Judfo ha haa fallrn an Iran aa Caiuultan ambaaaador in 
Aaya aliKW hr waa booed out oC Waahtnfton. Thr SAyrar^ 


Cnxland lor marrylnc a 13> chairman of Iht Ovil Sarvieo 
yoarold r>rt 


wln(rr wnrha lor (hr drpart 


CoromiMton waa 


by bla arcDnd wife, daar MN 
rhaan LrwU, who said hr waa 
UJM brhlnd In hla alimony 
paymmta. 


drr the namr B abrrt Rich, 
whoaa Oarar waa nrvar 
claitnrd 


not primarily eaoaad by tan 
alona of a hlfh-pacad Ufa. 
alcohol, over amohlnc or thr 
procaaa of acini althoufh all 
may con(rlbutr. 

Viral aiu«r M “Ihr North 
American habit of mahinc the 
alomoch (hr carbaiedlapoaal 
unit (or a lonf Uet of harmful 
faoda* 


SEATTLE ~ W anda Marta 
MMpharh, E whuae moihrr 
and ciiM brothm and aiaim 
prtiahcd In a Buainc Day farm 
home fire al nerahy Auburn, 
haa died In hoapltaJ from h«r 
aevrra buma. 


VANl'OUVER J. G. 
M«er«. eMculivr aerrrtary of 
thr Canadian Automubtle Aaro, 
elation. aa>i Uw federal fov. 
ernm^t muai pay a (rratrr 
aharr of B-C. road (<onatrurTlofi 
rfiati br<'auar drvrk>t>mmt of 
•hr prminrr'i frnndrr area 


WASHINGTON Senate 
GOP leader Bvrrett Dtrkarn 
haa made ft clear hr britevea 
Prraidrni Elaenhonrr will uar 
hie veto pon-rr to ftchl for 
a balanced budfet. Tlw $77.- 
ononononn budfet yon to 
CoiiCt*'^ Monday. 


QUEEN JITJANA 
. . . no Injwiiea 


J. B PRIESTLEY 
. . bamaturr giania 


lORONTO Haaeo Art«e. 
ivr houaa leader In thr Com- 
mnn«. ralla the Speech from 
Ihr Throne a ‘ d(»aaiar of diaa|b 
pmntmrm. a teatamem of 
futility and only aoothlnf 
•yrup" to Canoda's unem> 
ployed. 


LLi.NfKtN NosrllHt J. R. depends on food raada 
Prlrotlry hai called on Wettarn 
Europe to diarecaid the **im 
maiurt cMnca ihr Unlird 
Statea and fluaala and re- 
rwiurwe nuclrar weap«jna. 

Hr apolir al a European con 
yi«^ cwfanlard by Ihr Biiliah 
nuclear du- 


^Souped^ and Colorful 


Polished Shoes^ 
Friendly Smile 


liana 

BINGO 

■idlemMihrr*' Ball 
MS |jm><baioR Bond 
Mundny. iHt. If. • pjm 
AdmKdon tl •# 

IS (iamra and 
Jackpot Gama 
JACKPOT IIM.M 
E^xtra t 'arda Sot 
Good Prim 


campaign for 
aimameni 


ay #. T. ro?iDi te rurt your car If your ambi On hard eornera tha Uoyd lia prraetii output of 30 horie- 

TV makm'of thr liny Ger ** *• **•'*• • VA duoAn't arem to have thr front pown. la lumheir near Ih# 

man Uayd have gone % long ,/'* *" «a Iracha al Ihe Hitrel drive rharartrrwiir of Uinlia of tl« potmllal. and 

way Ml imprwtng their pro ■J^.****''* Uoyd wtU fall fuU.minc ll* none or rather Irra'ed wllh a Uttlr cenaldrra- 
duct for IfBB. Thry'vr aouped •**®*'* requirement*. ji« ruMT lends to loar iia gnp non It sRpuM lost virtually lor 

It up to a howling IP horae ^ other hand, a purtai I'ndri rea*nn*t»lr ifiner ever In Us pie>«en| form 

power, rearranged thr rear admiring the rn’rl ‘•’g however. 11 irivrla a* The tran*mlS4|on has four 

auapmaion to eUmiitaie all merhaakmJ design of lhl« though on rails Coder aT| ron forward spmM all aynrhra- 
tram ol aqulrrelinesa. made •••UtuitMr* sadon and there's dwoms N given plenty of worn mesM, ‘ 
a lot of iMail changes aa ibe denying It aqueeae* a lot mg af what it's up t«i i d rate hayr 

Interior and dressed up the out of a galinn at lual. hamOtng a* quite sale ,„,o 

ouiatde wMli a new grille and One of ihr dlaiiaguiahiiuc Uu>d AlUcr. engine la aiotta 


Polished shoes and • friendly 
smile are s hitch hiker's beat 
Invesimcni. a loung world 
traveller told s rapacity filled 
t'ontral Junior fUgh School 
alihmifli pscaonaDy I and prMses rharles had to auditorium last aaak 

John Manning a fl year- 

OHom gear whUe m through snow Thursday after .1- victoiu Cnlleee sti^nt 

''••j'""' *" * ^ch! 

•e I ve f«lc oa ibair handriagham aauia 

• nflsd the lever tnta a a a mnHnr..r. 

I the rar hw s'oppad DALLAS, Tea. Babarl 
This may ba a matter Berth. It. was seaiemml to sia 
!*«• months Ml Jail and fined fStti 

y thlag about the en fa< laUing Ameruan AirUnea . nov», al 3225 RIpw 

Boohng fao- 11 saum 4 s and aaylng a bomb hod bam ?* a advtee 

'OCttUB claaiw U# ta a plmad aboard om of thou would he trsvellera 
speed and than It can't planet lie admitted making ^ Thla 

at alt. I auapect It the <411 July 17 but said 'I being 

Iraaomc Mil) dan i know why I did It," ''f are rcinh greaiet, 

— And go atone. Then you make 

>aur own deriMoo* and bear 
Uieir rorisequerMba.'* 

I During hia world Jattnl he 

’ even saw Red China Peiping 

0 Demonstrate 'S--*'— 

I Brlwr vlalUAg China. John 
^ j { had been ta Tahiti New Zra- 

1 Sionpv lYroiin 

^ j M vE Ul L/ I Ceylon, (hr PhUlppiaea, idam. 

J £ li><1ia. T\uke>. tireece. liaiy. 

High School audi wOl go towarda thr FTA'a an dther 


The ana aooniry ha haa no 
desire to revlaii Afghanistan. 
"It waa thr witdeat place 1 
ever atw,** ha aaM. ‘W'beiaJ 
camped I had to find a very 
aedudsd spot whera ao irtbao- 
men rould get at me." 


rortLAK 


VUTORIAK ORMrtNAL 
MhM AMI I Nir hROr 
MNIR Ifl) 

ISld RKOAIV NTKfXl 


USED CAR? 
MORRISON 


TNC CANADIAN RED CROSS 
SOCIETY 

Vlrtocia Ctty aii^ DkIrM BraarB 

ANNUAL *6EH£RAL MEETING 

p»e Annual f>Tteral Meeiirtg of iiw above rne?i turned 
Branch of the Canadian Red Cmm :jo> iei> wiU be held 
In the J. Krtth Wilson MeiaoKal addlUon to ftedCiiMa 
1046 Vklorla, EC an WedneatMy. 

ianuar) JR 196R at 8 pm. ^ 

BIlMMMh: 

L R eading of Mlaates t laM i.sweraJ Meeting, 

2. ■astwesa arlalag out af Mlntrtea af the Rni 
Mseedng. 

t. Preeentortao of Reports far Ihe year IMR 
«. RKrrtoa of OffVer* fOr the year lUR 
R .New btHlnews. 

•* *.*f . •» •••*«»«* S> MM S« UM 

IMS 1 *. >JM«» VM .MMl »«'M •• M.i M BA 

SM*W.. *«•/ M. MkUMM M 
SfWee MB.M IWMMt MS sn M . B-US m nWSM 

f*,^.L*‘‘*** i?* *"• • ■ ssw f >«t mt on.et* •»« mmsm.* m 


"The Sociable Sixes to tha 
Nmay Nliws" will bs the fUm 
Shown at thr regular mrrung 
nf VlTfnrla Weal PTA at • 
p m nn Tuesday al the srheol 
DiacuaMofl wUI fallow. 


H B jNirbelsan mental 
hoaiih fsanrdinator lor Vic 
intta arhoela. will ahow a film 
entitled 'Preface tn a Lufe ' 
al ina McKetu*e Avemir PTA 
meeting at f pm toffuirraw. 
Oianusinn wilJ luUnw. 


Bmgo will he played after 
Ihe C'olquiU Jumor High mret- 
tng ar • pm. Tuesdav Funda 


ProhlemB of the retarded 
child wm be disruased by Ken 
Lowndes prwwdent nf the 
Greater Vir'ona AssorUtion 
for Boarded Olldier at f 
pm on Tuesday m Central 


•FOIL PACKKD 
FOR FLAVOR* 


B.r. R»r.isT»jif4> 

MUSIC TEACHERS’ 
ASSOCIATION 

Vkiorid Biwh. IK$ 


Chihlren Die 
In Farm Fire 

MfMrvP rORtST. Onl. 
• ITD Throe small children 
died of iuftoranon Friday 
when fire gutted a twnstoroy 
frame farmhou^ two mllM 
wear af here. 

the youngsters. George 
Bowden. 5; Rnhrri. 4 and 
Joho 2. svare pranaunrod dead 
on arrival a( hnspitat 

Three other children were al 
■rhon) when the fhe broke a>iL 


Or Your C From TWae Bperlol Groups 


FOR JUST ONE NICKEL 


DtSIGN TOR DINING 


LMk over the items listed below . . . enonae nne 
at regular price, then aaieri another of equal 
value and you pay only he for tha aa<xmd choice. 
It doesn't hove to ha tha aame thing . . lerhapa 
a suit and draaa la what you want So tong aa 
they are the aama value, the aacend eaata Just A#- 


LrNrmcoN tt fyooN to $ p.m. 

Momihy through FrkUy 
IHNNKB E\JUtT RVENING 
i p.ni. Ia f pj«. 
birlodliig Rartivday aod Ruodny 


• (SrMtU t*s* St *•• S* «V *.mi. OM e«| 

e«M MS— ns< um«m 9 St , f V s M«t n*s Ost 
' Wr. N S IS.M Itsi ObSIssS Sm. tv i-ww 
itM *h m h . mm*, tstv /uwrwf as a*vst «s*k I.SS-IMS 
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By GARTH Wll.TON 


C«Hicars »m without Stan 
Baliuk, out with a Ire Injuo. 
aivt Don RUrkburn. who tM« 
a bruuwd knrr. Bnacr L#>« 
atid Bill Ktnhan pla>wd thrir 
Brat gamni and both turned 
In rrrdltabie perlormanrea 

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ri--^ r»4«r at«vte 
a<tni« OkMOM Mw-Wrlwu LHWMU 
v>*Mw r*<wtw» wuiw* 

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Curlinfi Kinfis Off to Prince Georfie 

Happy winnrn of h«h wrhoni rrAonal curling tilk finali and crack at trip to Calgary (or Canadiana. 

herr yenterday are Mapk Ridge .^hool oirkra and IWt to right are Rov FV rry. W«d. Boh Tnnder 

their coach. John Scott. Haney fnunotne now aecond, coach Scott, Bob MilJer, third and Blli 
traveb to Prince Geoript next &turday for B.C. Kennedy, tkip.^(Coioniat photo.) 


(Coloniat photo.) 


iciai Luning contest jSHr— 

IWntlry waan’i Ju«i lucky, 
at time* hr wa* brlliiant. But 

crucial gamr inday at 12 10 Beth Gutoakj and Harper tmponant rdcr by makiiif lw« when tha Coueara had h I m 
pm. Gar Taylor of Victoria aimooi cam# a cropper on heaulltui draw* behind a guard beaten they either ahot the 
tfoiry Silnaker of Albemi yeaierday'i final draw, having and lorrlng Guioaki lo make P«<'k into hia pada or ftrad 
VaUey and Gary Merrett of trouble with MaefUe at>d Biu a fin# ahot to hold him to nne •* tb* Seattle goal 

Duncan ail haw (amt hopea taker, reepaenveh and tlwre GutnakI counted two on the 

after breaking even m their < — 

rimt four gamea but It aeema pOMtbiliiy ihai the cb Uwit 
hardly Itkety that both Gut 
aaki and Harper will laae two 


Cricket Ball 
Kilh Player 


HABAC HI. Pa k I ala a 
(Reuleral— ’AMai Ada, wba 
par tn ered Raatf ‘duhawnad 
earlier Ihla week when 
Meatr made hie wartd 
rewird retakel laalnge «# 
m, died Halarday after 
keteg etrwrk aeer Bie heart 
hy a kalL 

Aidi. IT. am ptaytng far 
Ihe BarwHit CHrkH A» 


When Ihe «'«ugara were on 
waa reiwwed intrreai at the 11th end. ended the game hy mark. Bentley waa equal 
..... .... makmg a douhie takeout with *** oecaalon, turning aaidt 

hi. iaet rr ‘. . iha L2tk wrih dm-^- 

MUaui laying two. NO CMAMK 

TOluM U’< B Marcel Pelletier, m the 

MarRac and Oahorne had the hand, didn't tee two nf 

loiighe*! Juck The lormer, **'' f*»*b **»•» Rtkttia 

rated a ehanrv u> allp through and had no eharwo on 

If the <^lavntilea ahould aiip. ether, 
eoukin’t gel aiaried in hit llret Tommy McVle ftred the 
game on VUtoria Me and the puck Into an 

W'M beaten, 12A i»y SHrrakce. ***>••• after Pelletier had 
Then followed an i-7 hwa to **UMte a adding aave on VaJ Pern- 
Oabnme and ihe 74 aetbaefc by * •h®» Cougar caalofl 

Harfwr Dave Runatad made 11 3-0 in 

^ . the aecond period with a riamg 

. hlt«*llt» that 

in Taylor and Mereotl amund caught a top comer, 
hu defeat of MaefUe and with Mwswwan a»A« 
a bit of lurk miM have ataned 

today a play with a 1 1 record third period. Gordie 

and very mum m the running * • f * f connected on a 

T-. w ,,. , , arr^ ahof during a Beattie 

o«* ••«*•«. p«»BHiia .^ « • play. 

; > ouyi. rvid., k.,...-. 

M Owar— I i leoding aroret, p*med up two 

ST I 5 »h* Pby for 

a 4 .Seaitte a firot and third goala 
fooara aoawa HPABIUJ:* 

am *« f «« aerv** ^ _ 

n«* •* odMat ' tcTiM *• aur Totmna nrot gooL the pret 

wwM "•«»" '*'»• re 

mmrm •« mrvw «• euit of a aporkUng effort by 

®'i‘T APer heeling one de 

femwman. he pulled the other 
M<cwa MAO t^ugar defender to one aide 

e*.**. Miat •> bida perfett poaann pon 

•kM «ia at* MS ta* « tevnea stick Pelletier made 

o« «Ai mi Ml #M im- II IdH *«• •«» •( pw 

t-awiatata • •n>,m when MrVie. follow Ing 

T* t »» iM M am aw I a the play, took the r e bound 

^ *m Ma a a 1 * 0 ^ tNe I'ougaTt, it waa Jual 
SM S** Met * -11 another night of Iruatmtton. 

OB BBB BBB~* B ^ A 

mioe aaaw tHAhC KM 4 

IN It# Ml UA -u Doug Ifarsuiey and llrure 
a..,-.M _ Siam. mi... » Lea rttanwa in 

6?2Sf* 2!1 S tS? ***• penoda. breaking 

^ •“ •' right in on Bentley only to he 

“ •mmiaSiK’^J oulgoemed fn the fmai po- 

rtod George Fon! fired wide 

w«*aa* mi eit mi nL-t three rtmea in auc- 

MAW ceoaion 

a«'a»r ■ mi *m-r The duba apMl Ihe 10 minor 

2r.r.'M »SrS« 

«ne penalty figured m the 
MtCnSlrt timlalr getting hla 

T..,-* ,A, • 


might hr>th lone a^. throw Ifw 
battle wideopert. 

it waa not to be. however 
Harper made two fine ahoia on 
the 11th end to count two. 
breaking a S4 lie and giving 
htmaeU enough margin for the 
final end to edge out a T4 
win. 

Btlraaker a rink battled Gu 
toakl all the way. grabbing a 
5-3 lead by laying three on ihr 
aixth end and aPer Gutnakl 
had got that hark with four 
on the kixth, the Alhemt Val 
ley quartet tied It up in the 
ninth, grahbed the edge b> 
ateellng the 10th end (nr a 74 
teed heading Into the llttL 

( AMS THBOIX.B 

the Viciortana came 
through with three and me 
thodlrally ran .^Inaker out of 
roma on the last end 
If there was any tndlmlton 
ahoNi the winner In today'a 
Guioakt Harper match, and It'* 
•ornething that aeldom means 
John Batloch failed ye*ierdny dent that Iho key game would a thing in curling tt waa that 

In lU atiempi to teo> h the he betwee n the Victoria ond Harper had a much easier time 

Biiilah Cniumhia High School Haney rinka. of it yeaierday than Guimki 

Dna) when tt rmildnl match ft a haitle rtghl down Getting deadly aupporl Pom 
rocks wdlh o smooth touranme if, the last twe enda. when Har^y Hodge Vied Duiwan 

Kennedy, who curled and LoweO Berkey and in fine 

High School. second rocks for Pnnoe form hwnjisTf Harper aruttled 

^l-'^nal George High School when It Wllann In hla flrel game. 134 

^yrtowna for the rlghi to |o championship The Duncan rink then frlmmad 

!L . George lor »he j,et year pulled away by Sttraaksr. IM In another aolld 
I ^ ^ diaplay n# curling before na 

•jn'.irnr'oS -~e. ...h 

being runner up winning the ihc loth for 0 final count of TBOt'BI.K 

ftrat and Mat gamea of the p 4 Gutnakl. however, hod 

round robin 


Jump Rertml Tumbles 

World tpcord for the indoor high jump topplen at 
John Thomas. Bnnton University freshman, deart 
bar at 6 feet, 11** inrheg at Kntghu of rohimbua 
meet In Boston Garden last night. He made it on 
third tr>'. PrevkMja mark was set In 1903 by 

Ken Wetaner.^tAP Pbotofax.) 


Haney Crew 
Win Regional 


PI. Iw the Spntiee ot ' Pnskatoen Quakers bouoced 
ne can take the lead the Royala. 7-S, at New Wawt* 
tonight when they pUgr imnater in iht Prst game of 
e American* tn lUottle their weatem tour, 
tedet*. who hold five Ktamf>edcrs. ahootlng for 
I in hand over the Fly two WHL records, kept o 
re Idle tonighi. ^ couple of atringa Inloct tsat 
night Their mark of 10 
straight V let ones ta only on# 
short of the record held by 
New W'esumnjiier Royala. 

In addiiMMi. centra Cddio 
Pomhov who got 0 tool and 
two a»A«Rts. ran hu ronaec » 
live aroring gamaw total t« i(. 
Record w AT. mt by Barry 
Rons cif VI mnipeg. 

M is S A huge .rowd of t3ts> turned 
out at Calgary andwaw one of 
the hetirr brawla ol the season 
in the third periori. W'hea R 
waa over. Gino Robana of 
the .Stamp* and Ron Howell of 
the Canucks had ma)or penal* 
nea, Wayne Hick* of Ckigary 
dtew a miarofiditrt and r*mo 
miaconduct; and Den Beliale 
of Vanemtver and Don Ward 
of Calgary bad minora and 
cnatrh mieconduct* 

At Spokane, the Spoken 
ar«>r»d twko In the aecond pe- 
riod and held off the flyer* 
the rest of the way Max Me* 
kilok arored twire and Ruddy 
Rodman once for Spokane, 
while Jerry Melnyk and Don 
Poll* scorrd for Edmonton. 

Paul Mavnidt. an ex Royal, 
■rored three goala and had ono 
asslai to pace the Quakerk. 
n«*u r*«KAway matched that 
h)r New Westtninater. wUh an 
assist and hU Itth and 30th 
• • ii goats of Ihe sea s on. 


Hockey Summaries 


aenes between 
Ipur rons winner*. 

Virtoria got off to an aue 
pkloua aurt wtir, a KV4 win 
over Vanrouver'a King Edward 


Kennedy, wdm showed a kit 
of poiae and shot making 
ability waa perhaps the dll 
ferenre but he got the kind 
of Mjpporl from third Rob 
Miller, aecond Rob Trinder 
s*d lead Roy Perry (o Indicate 
that ho has a go^ ehanco lo 
make tt twe atraighi pro- 
vmnal rhampkmahipa. 

( Rt hMIMi mB 

After tlw accvmd draw. Vte- 
tnria'a hopes reeled on King 
Ed In Hie last draw hut the 
Vano'uvor achool wa«nT up *0 
handling the tmonih Haney 
curler* and ■ cniahing five on 
Ihe fifth end which made the 
count 43 pul It beyond sU 
doubt 

Victoria eased by North 
Vancouver, k-i. In Its final 
game to Rntah 3-1 Norik 
Vancouver won one game and 
King Kd tailed In win. 

*b nre« follow 
rm*t ne*« 


Two Eliminated 
From (lurl-Offs 

KfXOWTfA «CTl - John 
Brown of Westbank and (tor 
don McMtnn of Midway were 
eliminated ■ Saturday nr the 
opening round* of the rone 5 
provtmial ru/llng playofta. 

Dick Topping of Summer 
land and Frad Kiiach of 
Kelowna were undefeated. 
Finale an* echeduled Suoday 


ewMuw* m« 
h**«**« I* 11 

imse rtajoe 

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holding penally. 


'tawr. 


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Wall Ditgen 


VANCOUVER iSpet ial> -> were among 22 player* select 
Three Vtcioria player* have ed lor tne mp after a irlai 
won place* on a B.C* all *tar* match here yoslerda} Burge«a 
rugh) side for a month long la a hack. Pollard and Clarke, 
eshihttlon tour of Japan forwards. 

CTtrl* pnllaid. Dimi Rmgew A five-man rommlilee made 
and Peter ('larke. aH of the up of team manager Dave 
Oak Bay Wanderer*' enliy in Macken/te of V Irlorfa and 
the Victoria Rugby Unton. . Kenny Banka. Bill Balnua, 


Hunt^ Sharon Whittaker 
Share Badminton Honors 


Victoria Lawn Teemis and 
Badminton Club. 

Hunt •uccesafully defended 
hi* men'* "A" single* title 
with • rugged three set de- 
ctsion over llarvev Hurd. Hurd 
look the rirat aei. 1714. hut 
Hunt ram# b*rk for a 1513 
win In the aecond and took 
the third In dendirrt fashion 
15 5 

Mlaa tA’hlltaker took the 
title held last year by Maureen 
Rrav as she downed Rev 
Anrteraen. 11 3. 11 I 
MIm Whittaker and Bev 
Andereen look the ladle** 
double* crown with a L5(l, 
1512 win over Clare King and 
Jill Kelly and Hunt teamed 
up wli^i Hurd to win the men * 
doghloa. 1512. 715. 1511. (rnm 
Eric Htbhenmn and Btu Retd 
MurMI Knoll and ('.enrge 
Lane became mixed double* 
rhamptona by downing Rene 
Well* and Hihberoon. 154 154 
('onsotatten alnglra w*a won 
by Jim Hawdhnrne who beat 
Jhn peter*. 1513. 15« 

Rasuhs in 'he 'B T* and 
velorana' divutooa follow 1 


Rob Hoot and f^haron Whit- 
taker each won one title and 
afiared another last night a* 
the annual (it* badminton 
tournament concluded at the 
Amphkvn Alreet hall of the 


Ginada Five 
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lorla In the aemnd half, twit 
the hard wmrktng Thunder 
htrda. Berks* favorite*, raoio 
back with 1) more point*. 

Vlctona's next game bi Jan. 
31 agatnat Vancouver Repa in 
Vancouver. 


SANTIAGO. ChiM tCPi - 
Canada defeated Mexlcn 54 51 
Saturday night to aquore 
Ihetr record at 1-1 in the pre- 
liminary mufid* of th* world 
basketball toumamenl. 

The Canodlofi team, built 
around Vancouver BDero. loel 
Ma opening match to 

Braxll and meat* the hlghly- 
raiad Rueatan tMm in He 
third preliminary game 
The United Stale*, with 
Ru**la cnlavortle won it* 
aecond straight game by de- 
feating NattooatM China tS' 


Young Skiers 
Heal Menace 
To Grandma 

UKNNA (API - Mra. 
Anna Andretleai. ol Tt Aw*- 
tr1a'« — and pfokality Ihe 
wnetd'* « ald^ ocflve «kl 
•nlhiHaaM. I* bi a h w pitol 
wMk o beotn I'wnruaalwat. Bui 
•he vow* they nsn*t keep o 
go o d apart** un ion down. 

Mr*. Andretten suffered 
her Injury an * nenrhy 
•lope. She *aM: "Haane 

yaung and InexperVneed 


Games Tickets 
Going Quickly I 

ROMK UT>*- Allhnugh the 


Baskelitall Scores 

evergreen Conferunco: 
Pecifir Lutheran M. Whib 
worth 9B. 

Caetem Waehtngton TT. Cen* 
trnl Wo*hlngton €3. 
Western W'aahlnfton M. 
« UntvocMty of B.C S& 


In other game*. PMrto 
Rico defeated Uruguay 7444 
whtla Argenitoa defeated tbe 
Colled Arab Republic* 

Ruut* defeated Rrarll 7144 
(or ita aeco n d strptfht Irl 
■'^ph. enaugh 10 oavur* eulrv 
the final round Bulgaria 
dalaniod tho piutupplnoa »41. 




Pof Less 

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By Red Smiih 


Jot Louis wm tutnj and dbicoalentfd Ht uu 
(leavywetRht (iMunpkin of th« World, m he had been 
for aknoat a docen yean, but middle age was on him. 
There a money fight to be made anyurhere. he 

comptained to the late Harry Mendel, hk booking agent, 
i'ompanlun and Ijuaineea manager on an exhlbitioo tour 
that had landed them In Florida. If there iif*ere only 
aocne way of converting hU title into caih. he’d kMt aa 


Big Jean BeUveau, look* ; a*me heca O\i*wfo. lo Use 
Ing Uke the Montreal aeor> aiabt s laUvu*! aanw irom 
ing terror of dd, fired two ta* LmIs sksiad iv 

soak in kaa than five min- • the slumping 


way of converting hk title into cash, he’d Jurt 


*Th*rv oitghl be a way, 


. lUrry **> 0 , ‘ and \ ihtob I baew 
Iba right guy.” Ha put in a call t>j Chkwga for Jirw IX 
Narru. a aiUlonalrr aporta buff with lntarr«l« In hcKSiey and 
rating »hq had dahbM In fight prmnnOen. Hito waa 10 ywt 
»gu. giva or lake a month 

In Chlrago Joe and hU lawyer. Ttuman CiWwo. huddled 
with Norria and Aiihur M W»ri/ On March 1. 1^9, Louis an- 
nounced hM reilremrnl. deaignating f:»ard rharlea and Jen 
: Joe W^tmtl to fight fur hi* llile under Ihr auaplrea of the 
ImernalUmal Boalng Club, a new procnoHonal firm formed 
by Norris and Wins. Joe would be director of ihe nrm at 
$15,000 a year, subarquenfly raised to $30000. If theta was 
a cakt aeltleinent In aiSdHiofl It waa not monlkeoed. 

nVhere do I eoma Inr lUiry Mendel ashed. 

*What do you mean?” Joe aald pusled. 

*1i was my Mm, and I haven't g^ a Jo^* 

Ml) •■M, “aU you done was maha a phoas 


Leafs ara now only one pulat 
behind the fifth place Wings 
aad two behind the Bnans. 
aho appear to have finally 
shaken off a slump that lasted 
almost a month. 

Ted Lindsay, lihm Shov and 
Ron Murphy ga>e Ihe llswka 
a $0 lead In me first prrUfd. 
diner Vashe and Cast Balfour 
arared in the second period and 
Jack Evans and Erie Neater- 
enko wrapped It up In the third. 

Dean Prentice get tlw only 
New York goal, spoiling Qlenn 
llali'a bid for a shutout at $.37 
of the final period. 

The aevtf) goals were the 
peaiaat number arnced against 
Lome **Gump" Woraley this 
aeason. 

At Toronto. Dick Duff, re 
centiy arruaad by manager 
fhinch Irmlarh of "dogging It” 
arofod one goal and sparked 
•he Laafa le their win. Centre 
Bohhy Pulford got the other 
Teronie goal 

Ed Chadwkk of Tortmto wa* 
ootwandkg In the Ukf net*, 
but mimed hu Math shutout of 
the aewaon by )uet 1$ atoonda 
when he was beotev) by Norm 
UUman. 

aeiTow a uoMTass*. s 
emsT eaa»#e 

: a *c<«t (UMCtrlM M 


night to give the Canadlens 
a 5-3 tie with the improving 
Boeton Bniim. 

^ A crowd of H.iOft at Mont 
yeal Forum roared in tribute 
as the former National Ilc- key 
League aroiing champion beat 


uie Anst€er$ 

Sullivan. Hall and his Chicago mates, 
in second place, defeated Rangen, 
7-1, ywit«rday.^(CPC) 


Chicago goaltender Glen Hail sprawls 
and kicka in thk succcaaful nve off 
the stick of New York Ranger Red 


Ten Turbulent Year$ 

That’s hew Cktopua. Inc., came into bexlne with Jae 
Louts s title as Its stock In trade, the Norris and Wlrti for 
lunae behind it. and the first Walcott Chsriaa fight as Its 
^nlng attracllOTt. Now, aimast esartly 10 yeaia laler the 
«upim CeuH kae ordered the Arm diMved 

In that reotlew decade. Octopus, Irr. <0d a bos office 

vul2f^ SST' i!?"***^ miUKns moie m cvreipu from tele- 
^ movim. and became the moat Utterly cow 
troverMal organlsatloo la the humry of ^orta. 

Norria was pirtured vari^ly as a wmlttoy yourw 
sportsman, a compulsive gamokr. a patron and dupe «g mob- 

f tkrotlUag MmpetltloA. e«- 

cLsi.rrj^.r"' 

goestte a pre sents |i»*)r Wh« u the 

baaing fino ^^-^ker uwrewnir »ita 


Don Sbnmona with whistling 
shots tram IS Met out. ’They 
were hla 1$th and I9lh goals of 
the se as on and curoe In his bast 
game at the campaign 

Doug Harvey had gl\en the 
r*. _ 1 V:j in earty lead In the 
flfst period, but the faat-mov- 
iitg Bruins came back with 
goals by Guy Gendran and Lm 
B otvin before the per led 
ended. Johnny Buryk got the 
final Bruin goaL hla iSth of 
the aa aaew. In the ‘aarond 
period. 

The Mht in points left the 
Cs n s d leas 13 points ahead at 
Chicago Black Hawks, who 
beat off Iks aaeond-plors chai 
lenge of New York Ranger* 
with a 7-1 decision In a aa 
Uonaliy tekviaad afttrnoen 


Capitals ' 
the Place 
To Save on 


MINNEAPOUS. Mum. Natlofial Baaketball Asanrta 
Minneapolis Lakers Saturday tk>n Hub 
mid rookie star Elgin Bsj^or Baylor ane of three Negraas 

will net be dwctplined for hla **^*-**^ 

^ . pky after a Cbarkaten hotel 

refuaal lo play In Qiartraloo ^ over 

W. Va Friday night ntght accommodall-ona Ths 

**l know hie failure la play Lakers moved to anuther 
cost ua the game lo dncinnaU was ne . 

bur he was upfirr great emo- B*yMr aaM back la Miane 
t!=n*l «r.l„ h.«u« .( 

If II coat him h; — ^llrv years 
allllude toward aegregaiP... g*iary. T4 do Hagai, 
said preaidenl Bob gbort of the 5hon aaU he planned k> ask 


league preatdant Maurice Podo- 
loff le declare the game **na 
rrr*-7* " Lakers loot. ML 
Maanwhile. in New York. 
P adMo f f aaM ha’ll bring up the 
subfart of hotel accommoda- 
Boa for Negra players at 
the r-^t Jeague meeting, at 


Canadian 
Golf Stars 
In Caller Y 

PEBBLE BEACH C^f. - 
Canada's two major goffing 
threats. Stan Leonard and A1 
Raiding, were ousted from the 
Bing Croaby loviutlonal golf 
lournsmrnt here yeete^Ili^ 
falling to qualify for Ihe list 
of low id and tie* that play 
the Anal 1$ boles today. 

Leonard had a 7b for a 
thrvw-round total of 335 while 
Balding shot 7N for a 234 ieui 
Three other Canadian*. Gerry 
Magee <21$>. George Knudaon 
<333> and Mae Norman i333» 
qualified. howe%rr 

Leader aAer 54 hole* Is Art 
Wall Jr. who fired his third 
straight sub-par round for a 
304 loul. He shot a 70 yester- 
day for a four-stroke lead aver 
Jimmy Demaret. aerond, and 
alsstrofce lead ever Gerw LH- 
tler third. 

Final round will be aeon on 
lelevlkton today at LSD pm 
(CTiannel Si. 


money 

^ **“ "“**‘‘** '* $<»* *0 have a 

boas fiend By if* nature the bu»in*aa attracts flybyrnsht 
Operator*, bui the mortaUly rale u high errmne the qukk- 
L. ' ^ financial rra^rraa 

*** * shoWr..*r,*hjp, t<K» betnmea ttir 

I rr V A nrroir Field 

the arekly relmtidon <nnlracta paaalni le “an bwM 
pe^i pmmoler to whom I aiU make avalUru. « haavw 
• Pf"vuBfig I ran ifMt the pr««moSar It b 

"» n^n u I*. 

k- • promoter can quahfy (or a werklv network *h.rw 

tw must prw^e Mmaair fin#;..iaiiy rMporwIble to guaranim 

iTS .h. 

•l»*t •• indepeodanl did *=;rb a« ta a TV coa- 

t de<^ for dlaaolunon of Ortomm. 

Hsrian wrote that “it wou?te 

new corporatlona cvrylng 
•ndetfy the tame name ^ ' ' 

In other word*. Ortopu*. l.-» might pubUrly rmourve 
^ devil and all Ms (wmp*. aiM g>. right o«i condurtlng 
as tisual without oven rhsngirtg hat* One would 
thiak. however, that ihe least the hoys would da la pick a 
new rvame, like the National Bnxtng Club, say 

After all there's rtothiiig *acred about Iheae name*, as 
Juliet pointed out. It u recalled that when ihe late Jame* J 
Johnston was efwratlng In New York he threw a Kate on Mike 
Jarwba and his TVemieih Century Sporting Club Stompinf 
bark to his own offire Jimmy had a painter change ihe sign 
on his door from “Jame* J j«v.:;-tr,n Boxing Promoiiona.'* to 
•TTilftleth Century Sporimg » lur. CaUIng MIbas but and 


yerrA bod f slipped at Clvar 
he --Jd. The league 
had evc.-y assuranre against 
any ir " 

A spokewnsa for the Ameri- 
ran Bualneaa Club of t'Tvarleo 
ti eponaon of the gamo, 
•aid the ^rganuaUoo was 
considering a protest because 
Baylor didai play. 

Tlf rourae. we will have lo 
entertain their prvt- st If they 
make it.* aaM Pbdoloft *But 
until 1 haar from them, 1 wlU 
take ae official actioa.* 

niW ENFM 

Moos of the 3JSi (sM who 
went out Ui bad weather lo 
•ttasid were unaware of what 
waa going on and apparonUy 
thought Baylor was suffering 
trnm a throat alhaent 
ABC promoter *rhomas Cbr 
Ha aaM Tf they demn think 
aay meeo of ua than to let 
•oegething like this happen, 
than maybe we shoukbi’t do 
busineae with the NBA again, 
tf Podoleff doean t take actinn 
against Baylor. ! atltl think he 
owa o ua an apotagy becouaa 
It waa thrmsgh him that Ufb 
game was booked here ‘ 


Srorre .\ll E'our 


ITcf Weather 
No Hindrance 


aa ovorroat. the by three pointp Kicker* need 
damp, the play- Just one victory In their three 
ry artd slippery, remalriing games lo eHinmole 
leatijn didn’t let Brodies. 

He was having NeUestan was oot only at 
hi* beat, he was Impartial yee 
Icteiia Kkkers’ terday He orared twice on 
forward, died Brian Linda ay la Uw Arat 

nnm,-, - half oa Kkkev* look a $d 

;r w u T r a ru ^ 

n s 1 ; a a o Bond, wha replocad Undaoy 

bifermiaaion. Iwlea la 
la r s 1 ti w a me second half 
If s • S M M .1 

u » s » o » u T>M Arot three gnolo be 

is I s * a • i aornad. Bossi gave Mm Uw 

u I » a M « I fourth after B iu dbt had eat 

iiwiiwwiuwwwwwu Kk-ker*' leod to $3 uta In the 

to land KM dob , 

u«s of teoMes ^ aeorad i«k* fram 

aJ AthJetsc Park in the Aral half sod 

gave Kicker, un directly 

mskin of founb lor bM 

e torn alt but fourth goal waa 

pea Brodle* had '*'*^** H*od to 

• playoffs la the ^ 

ChatTirt Football “ *• “1^ 

Nelieotijn, wba was rhorg 
two games iw Ibff oi the goal osMm a full 
le* trail Kkker* head of atcom had Iho ball 

, hu him on the rtw«l and 

bounce paat Bond Into the 

, t«*i. 

Wiuie McMilUn aad Kan 

Hlbbert acoted for BroAaa. 

B I Hlbbeit gtanred a abet off the 

goalpoai. givmg Kkker goat 
B W% ^ lerKler Ktaler ne r haace. 
rfl I I I and MrMUlan --on vert ad Henry 
^ ■*• •* *^ VarMerhorsTa corner luck be 
fqre Bond a faux po* put tlw 
two mure than $*"*• reatk. 

Sept 15 Tke today’s Maguo pMy & 

u Mens Auo NMinait and Heaney* meet at 
^ ^ Boocon Hin l>ark In 0 game 

that waa previouafy arheduMd 

of Van ***>^*^ Avenue Park, 
Seottiah pUy Butter 

racwwung uon ^ , 

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Wd|o(nnrr*o Srripa 

l^rratln I'ivepionmi 
Reg Waggoner railed an M$ 
• 3J7» c-rle* >-e.tcrday to win 
the vrrekly rhamplon.hip bowl 
big tivepin a erks si CapHai 
Ctiy BewUng AJlrya. 

WallM wa« second wiib 
754 (BNL followed by Ron 
t'fwh. 73a and Or McRae. 716. 
In the eHmlruitlona. Wallaie 
had an BM. Cuah had 131 and 
WaggonsrBM. McRae waa de 
ferfdmg champten. 


WlNNtPBC - Canada s two 
major profeaalonal f«Mitball 
teagura have derided to stkk 
wi>h the eetablfahed import 
rule* despite a •trong pitrk by 
two wratern rlubs lor unllm 
lied importation 
RC. Lions and Calgary Siam' 
bsdrra hoth fought to take the 
bmlf off tmpnrtation at the 
Canadian Fnothall League 
meeting, but found Ihe Big 


Four and ether leonia In the 
Western Interpra v bictel Foot- 
baU Unbm Unad soMty agaisMt 
them. 

It eras decided that the teams 
would again be limited to uae 
of iJ Imports per game, and 
would be aUftwed to m a k a 
only seven rhangwi In that hn 
port lineup up to Ort. 15, when 
they must declare their final 
Hat 

Harry Spring. pteoMenl of 
the Lions, said aflet the rtaaed 
meeting that the Lk>«w triad 
deaporately to at Mast taring 
bi a rule allowing unltmlied 
change* of the 13 men de- 
clared, so that no team would 
w-lod up crippled with injurtas 
ta key men. 

ONR C ONCRKhlON 

However the Lkms did get 
one thing they wanted badly. 
The CIT set up a p iugr oi u 
for terriierlal right* and a 
college draft (or IMa t'mter 
Ihe arrangarnenl. the Ll^* 
are pmiccfed on all Juniors In 
their area and thooe aitendlng 
I ntverfily of British Coluen 
Ms 

Calgary and Rdmonton are 
split on junlera at L'nlvarally 
nf Albarta, Saakatchewan 
Roughrldera hava ail the 
Juntera In Ihe province plus 
ihooB allrndlng University of 
Saakatchewran. and Winnipeg 
baa a almUar arrangeownt In 
ilsnltoba. ‘Tlw Big Four Muh* 
and Caigory will cnotlnue to 
cempeto In the eaataru Inter- 
eelkifiate draA 

In >r-.!rrday s rottege draft 
the Lions mod* only oiw 
aetetejon, taking apmdy half 
bork Wpyne Aiken of UBC 
Thundf rktfda. 

AU nino ctuha con have an 
unlimited rooter until Aug. 
15. ‘Tbay must cut down to 


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Elliott Loses 
Two Races 


MU.A>l'llNE lUPft Au* wtnnlnc ttnw w«a 137J wHh 
vllan llrrt* ElIkMt Umt I • tenih of • oecond 

rorr hind. 

and • rat-r lo Linmln ma triad Da^n WaM* 


■Ttirad ih« 


hum* vilUfa of TaxnamabaJ- 


foi-red poalponmmi of 38 


Liik’ol »ho uauaUjr runs afr- 
Ond lo ih» tp«a>dy mioii. beat 
him In tha marrlata •uMas. 
whila an unknown ttamad Rii#' 

«al Oaktay dafaaiad Kllk>it In a 

half mlla ra.-a al CMvmpir PaHi. ■“'hbiida. 

yaor* old. 

Klllotl. rumiinc Ifldrtagiaa ^ 

haul, kd Into iha atmch. bul ihji far ha. 
ladad In ilta final aat'ond* Tha iha caramony. 


g«mea. 

MlUiona of fani wara dr ^ ^ « « « • * h I f*<*rt«moulh. 
privad of thaif IradliMmal *" aavan afialKht 

<hiiutdav aftarwion aniariain- Chal*ra in a 22 

manr Many of tham aUo now ** laam* 

ihalr rhamaa of a awiwiiaiakai iha mud bafoia Chai- 

win waahad out whan iha 
major ■oitwr ptaik lamaliad tllnri T^ll t»4>AI. 

^ nadllad for naai waaka pU>ad. Marond- 

wa. Iha fl... „ma Iha 

^lo.wr. 2.1 Ipawim. 

pn.porlhm of rama. ,nHn ihi^and cllmhad 

uaually tatardad aa natauary vkiury in# 

lo npaiaia a p*H>l. n(i> fiva o. ^ . 

had haan on Saturday a any .. ?.*"*^‘** Inoctiva 

ft am •* <»»* »«P of tha Third 

thtly fnui n«ni Ditloion homa win 

famaa wara p)a>ad in tha him-kpiMi t'ount) 

Encliah Laa(ua. A r a a n a I ^*y*‘‘''*'**"'-'***'h‘d»)n tama waa 
jumpad Inin firat friara atatn * /•'* «>f tha waaihar 

with a A I win ovar Cvarton *** ahondonad afiar 

Tha north London club, with J7 '*”** Arrrtiiginn 

VI pninl*. mn\ad ahaad nf idia 
Wnivarhampton. MUlwall i-‘ 

Praaion whippad l,.aada S-l Euurih Dtvi arena 

to mova Into ihlid placa ***1^ laotna lo puy • 

hahind tha Wolvaa AHhniith ***•'*’*'*' •• homa Id and mnvad 
_ both hava 32 poinia tha “P loUhart firat pUr^ with 
; • W«ha» hava tha battar foal 

> ii avaraga i>nJy ihraa 

' piayad In 

Dlvtaton Airdrraoniana 


Leaders 


•torytdUer He luxe 


Casey Stops Show 


■> aAMPA RAttyM bailor but Caaa; 

IIE\’KftLY HtLLJI Calif, both lo Iha ahowora multar- 
tAP> No nno undoraiood “Whal dM ha oay* Whal 
Tha t’aaa> Slanral but ha MYnad did ha tay? * 

mora Laufha than Milton Batlo Coaa> apoha Stangalaaa, un 

dantandabla to a oalaci faw. 
Ilia lolk warn aomathint )iha 


iham racord. ae you took at hii W 
torala 

•Thay’ro too amaJl Tha guy'a 
whola irouhia la ha can't aaa 
lira homa piala Than you bring 
In hlghprKad m-ullata ami 
you giva him biggai bifecaJa 
thai laorh toM faai, au inchoa 
**But than hla control gala 
”WaU I'll loll you how you too good. I don't want that 
gat to bartMna a matiagar nf I aulva II by having him 

York Iha yaar. You taka a guy tika YApf hia bifocala with a dirty 
Rhyna Duran, who waa ae wlM r*f on aach pitch Tha guy 
ha waika lift man a yaar in the '»ina ala and uiva* Ig lor ma 
minora Altai fiva yaara you '*aa Iha gtaaiaal rhanga of 
put him In tha majera and ha a P*'** >n majo< laagua hiatory ~ 
• naw walk Caaay aaid Yogi Bana waa 
br«ad foi Iha llrrl iim# iiv4ik« 
Ilia la«t year at Baltlmora bur 
. _ A. »‘btad that Iha Yankaa caichar 

‘ T ^ O I »IHt doaiti’t baliava it 

"Thoaa Haliimora fan# aia 
Ilka Rrorrklyn uaad lo ha Thay 
brm thalt irwn mothara Vrufi 
J ptrka up bra hat and ha haara 

I bOiw I know ha'a atunnad 

L V'dl barauaa ha rafttaaa ta walk la 
tha Plata 

Dim waak k “So I 4n tha only thing I 

waana ^ 

, «.*•***• ^gout and aaya iant 

■•u I awfuj tha way thoag lana ara 

booing Caaay? ” 

• Dm ia<«MU a«a auaw 

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Dkt t t — 

» Into iun. tw*«i r^i ^ ^ 

to owk OMMf r*-tot: TV wmL^ ^ vr ^ 

DM.<wto 


or t»aurga JaaacL 
Tha M-caaton waa a Shnira 
ia«rimnnlal tha o'hai night for 
only Hub among tha cotorful managar of aha 
lop world champton • Naw 
Yankaaa. 

Mora than IJUn atiandad. In 
eluding loading aportt Pguraa 

gamaa waia Brrla and Jaaaal «r»r# navar ailll out to make 
Sfotiand'a Ktr«i 

Melharwall hahi^d ih^ Jld RflVdll^ Op 

ing Rangara. by baaring Ovda il.vF J OlO M. €101.^ I W\. 
3 1 Ayr rmtad. iha Snrond » 

Duialeo laadMa tbumpad teat 

placa Menlrrtoa A2. ff3| 0 ^ 

av».tjao Latoica tlirct I I in A I hio 1 


Koriiig Houtulup 


Stvirata and 
arhadula fnltow 

C*aM*|» aw lal 
toft no 


Rwapa braihar. Tatrang. ra Soma Ai 
paatad hla victory of laat year auii« follow 
la Iha Mma lara to lapiura n«.» 

tha W7 AVI Sania C'aialtoa ' 

Handicap yaaiaiday at Santa •nw lua 
Anita itolrr.m' I 

Jockay Wllba Rrtland ataafad 
tha haidi-haicing touryaaroM Mato ai*»* 

In Juat a Icngih ahrwd of Ying 

and Yang ikidan by BUI Shoa a»« 

maker Lung »ho4 Alibi Blua 

go' op lo ba third. 

tn y abta r day a othar ma|or m < 

atakaa raca. tha Hihlacua Stakai 
at HtaJaah Fla.. Spring fllU • a«wn 
Farm • Ortnput tod from wira 
ta wira »• win Iha majnr ahaia .J?**V***” * 
at tha tlflnnoaddad putoa. *»■?■ 

Mra. Ada L Rica * Cadar 
Brnpk wa* IS langtha hahtnd W'm wm 
I p aarrtnd placa and Rart R»ca. 

•uplad with Cadar Brouk aa 

dr antry. wak third, a haad ba- .«*rttot. mT i 

llind hla aiablamaia. \ 


Sattomra ban dad Royala 
ibair 111*1 dalaat of Iha aaaaon 
at Mamnrlal Aiana' yaatarday 
with a 3-2 \irtory that dioppad 
Rnval* into a ftrwi plarw tia 
with Maioona in iha paa waa 
divlaton nf Iha Riaaiar Vkiurta 
Minor llocfcay A«aoiialN»n 

Maroona gainad thair ahaia 
M tha toad by downing Flyaia. 
i a. and Capltato abut out tha 
laat ptoia Br»mbOfa 30 . 

In Friday'a bantam toofta 
ptoy. Rnyata dafaoiad San 
aiota. 7.3 and C'opitala boat 
Marooaa. 3 L 


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CARDIFF A -crowd *tf k*ato— * *•« 
grm (Umad nut hara Saiurdoy 
tn waldt Watoa dafaat Kng 
land 5-0. In than Infarnattonal 
Rugby t'nton match Only 
prrxtng lama In iha Iirai hall l••«r*..^4**. 

Rad waathar forrad p«»ai t*n 

ponctnam nf all but Ihraa ■ •• • • 

Other matcha*. Lianatlv da to**** a* 
faaiad Dnlphifuk. A 4. in a Hub 
match In • Unitad Sarvicaa ww*** 
play. Davnnport Satvtoaa TT.p7.^'Xl 
downed rwriameuib. 43. and aiM a*» y< 
Albartlltory blanked London xJHX r! 
Wei ah. 30. Tu*.iw»a 


Amateur boxing raturwa to 
Victoria after about a year and 
a half • abaenca wdtan Briian 
nia Bnxing Club atagaa a ]Q 
bout card Jan 3i at the Cana 
dian Legion Hall. CoruMranl 
and Rtanahanl 
Two feature bouta feature 
Arniv rhanoMM 


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8AIXT StT. MAlUir MIrti. nptd «oro»tMrk wm tw«rt> m 
(UPI i Am*iln< m hl» MtrvtvaL 

Cto- winum Kofi« l«nd' **!l'^* '* 

... ^ «ifM »tt “lni9 iroobit wMh 

Uf M ■ ^mi^T *f»M 11 iiif m*d(cal prorwkin arxl 
houn' vxpown in Mn> in»- Nrg«n|umafM Ilk* Ih* WCTl^ 
ppf«(ur*. w«« Mp MMl walklof bvcnujv h0 bell*v«4 Alcohol In 


ChUBfo !• 1151. Hv 5ody «»m 
poraturv Miik le M 5>gfo o» 
mUI* «ho lay In an afvaway. 

Th* iorior aald Alcohol wa* 
canoMorod protArthw in her 
caa* only borAuag *U lnduc«>* 
A aUW of ahwp. And aa tuck 


ariK" lha dor^nv «i4. H haa 
a dulAog ON fha hrato 

and th« narvoa. toa" 


OTTAWA <CP> Tb# Watt 
Inrluduif CanAda. U loolnf lU 
lavorad trading poailton In Iraq 
to tho Communiata..^ 

So raporta C. O. R Rouaaaau. 
CanadiAB commorctal aavto- 


the reoulla o( (b# July 14 rovo- 
lutlon whoro a proWrat go> 
•rnmont waa rapUt'od by ont 
that aeema mort aympalhotk 
to iho Reda. 

PcM* I'anada. Iraq waa not a 
larg* markei ainra eapoii* lo 
tliat Oil -and grain rouniry 
amounted only to about |1 OTa* 
0>Nl a >»ai' 

ilui Mr. Rou««oau auggeated 
that for i'ajtadian rapnitera. 
*'lr*q haa bran a good market 
foi kratwieno atove* and Ump« 
and ia a potenual on* for 
agrtruliural machiner) * 


In Victoria or 
elaowho^ on VX by pur- 
ehaao or aucctaafon 
AgraeiDAot Alt r A p 1 1 a a 
held In atrirt 0A«&Wnr« 


Dr. wmiaiB Monaurh. who bold* to llw fhoocy. I hanrl to 

mka Korplo'i Ulo mny Jiavn In Chlengo. a modlcAl auth- 1 poralufTa 

on aavod by Ih# anll-lrocM **»• eonotnlra. -Aloohn 

A# .1 ■rt hai In hi* alcohol probobly acted ' cnn'i won 

lion of ■Irob ^ In hl« „ „ nth^ Ihu, < 

um heavy drtnhlng, aald anti freer# He aakl dnrt.ira ' blood Ian 

trpie’a fempornturo now waa do not know whether alcohol i ' ~ 

dy allghily ah.>vo normal, haa a pmteitive ef/eri in th# p"^ ^ 

\% rraplrall.m war perfect, hloodetream «*f perw^* Mb- 
^ hi. «*** Mrm*i ^ prnkmfed exposure. 

Ml hu puW waa nerrmaL roratled the ca«e at Mrs 

W'hen he w*« hroughi to Dm o I by Mse ?;teven*. the 
o honpltal Kndsv. a t**n- 1 *(bwp iTeeie" woman who 
•istiire of » degrees was h*ffwd medicsl scler..* bv ‘ 
glstersd at his ankle mxiverlng alter she was w 

Dt Mertaugh said Korpie‘a almost ft>reen to death In ' 




Nero’s Rome Reconstructed in Plastic 

This Ik plastic btaI# reomalructlon of orrno, on tho richt tho OoloBaoum, 

ancient imperU] Rom# as it appeared which still stands though hadh' dam- 

before time, invasions, want and bar- aged. Beyond the I'olnaaeun) ia Nero'a 

barun cirnqiiests changed it. Rt^auly famous Domus Aurea (the gold 

and magnificence of its impoaing build- houael. while in cenlre can be rerog- 

ings and Theatres U e>ident. In fore- mzed Ihe^mpena) and Roman fonitns. 

ground is famous “('Irvus Maximus" * ^(CPl 


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Canadian Government, Mimiripal aod 
Corfioratino Vt urit'es 

5fock ^asAobg# Ordeft EjftuJed 


WhU* wanagsms w t strove 
to create new consumer wsnta 
the U.8. eomsboek trom ra 
osNUoo ahowod further signs 
of stowing dow n 

IJnemploymrnt fai Dscctn- 
bsr again paaaed the 4^X10.000 
mark Perwwul incams slipped 
hvk Irem November's rtcord 
high 

Industrial production as 


never hefsre on an upsurge 
In eonauaier buying. 

The millAok. ss Mivlaagsd by 
the retailer*. I* a amsll ris* in 
fctall MhTi Ibis year, prababty 
about lour per rant wtth an 
explosive merrasr of boom 
pcopoftions In Iho cards tnc 
IMO 

('rott other quarters came 
s %rsrnbig that there wUI be 
ns such explsaiv* boom unlsaa 
Indiistry comes op wtth more 
•timulatlng new Ideas ani 
more new produrta 


rr’vsie etrecrawM-tisai (a Taraita. Maativsf 
Wtaaiprg. \«aora«er. Cafa^. KdSMaiaa. 
h ^iaa tad Sr^’rek 

Resident Managrr: 612 View Strrel 

A. L. Pidfenn ^ Vlriona 

SV 2-4261 


serve Board, move d up one 
percentage point, compared 
with ■ lump of three ^nts 
in Novembet. 

NANI Nrw nONPJt 

Horaebulldlng mads a good 
showing f'oundaimna for 91.' 
006 dwelling units w ars poured 
• the highsst Decembra total 
on record 

Auto and steel producUoa 
moved bp snothdt notch. U.S. 
auto factories rolled out 13S. 
nisi psavenger core 2t per 
cent more than In the Mme 
week last year 
TOO KABI.V TO TKU. 

Hnw are the new cor* sell 
ing* Top Industry oftinala say 
It * »oo sarly to leli KaMa 
frnm Jan I through Jan 10 
avenmed 15J0r> for soch of 
the eight* actual aelUng dayr. 
a gain of atx per cent frotn the 
aaiiie IPday period Msl year 
but a dactine of nlns per cent 
Irofii Dec Mil 

A«r*o manufarturera aay 
new car tales almoof always 
decline after ihe I'Tirtannas 


WMTED LISTneS 


eOMilKlU MD HUKU MOPUTIES 

WB HAVE n BCHAHCKS 

P. R. BROWIN a SONS LTD. 

iWt VSaiW tm Mmil • rni|~ 

lilt BBOAD AT. PHONE EVS-M33 


nM y:«ng as leallitu as H 
Ihinka tn falling lo get lagethsr 
wiih the city 


WATERFRONT PROPERTY 


ll la probaMe 
i;.^i t~r= dty would have pre- 
ferred a new mas^ve trading 
centre le have been further 
removed from Ps own dosra. 
town area than the chnaen 
locallon ON HUlSi.le. 

But when Raanich ahowiM 
It was not H>cl*ned to enter 
Into a brotherhood wtth the 
city. H wae only tn b# ex 
peeled that the r(t) fathers 
would prefer la have a trading 
centre Inalde (he cUy boundary 
rather than oUlsMie of II. 

On It* HltlaMe location the 
new shopping centre protnlaas 
to be a new harraftso aouroe 
of Income to the dry. and the 
general feeling la that If the 
development la started quk-kly 
It win kill ether msHw prn)erts 
being planned p>r the 
*nlch ares 

Apart from this advantage 
to the city tavpayer. however, 
there are the offaettlng wra- 
rie* that a Hooe In trading 
centre, wtth over 10 sinrm 
tneorporaled, could hr dfstlnet 
>‘tttlon for Ihe downtowa 
merehants 

Whether it wll' he pmaible 
to siari up (hla number of new 
retail outleii without Hoalr^ 
down existing eliy huttnes*#* 
la a matter wtikli |a rntiMrqf 
greet doubts In th# minda af 
leading etty marchanta 
lit (H# aacns way Raaairh la 
hound to feel 0 Uflla ptqiiad 
That the city haa landed this 
taxation phrni fight on Mb own 
pertmeter North Dairy R««ad 
on Ihe nof Ih end of th# develop- 
ment. la Ihe hnufMlacy between 
the city and :saanlch 
Undoubtedly a great deal of 
Ihe potential matnm of the new 
shopping centre will mm# fnqn 
Saanich resident^ to that they 
win thus be Indirectly Twiping 
to pay the rify’s laxhtlla 
IT cnuld lie that thU la one 


high X3AD feet KtUala Para, 
and eras one of the ma>or 
etigmeonng irsla af the Akan 
KttPnat dievelepment a few 

years ago. 


Aaaaaa m lha Appeta ts wat af 

LT.-CXM* J. D. OT(KM.K 

ASRAiJ»MANAnpjiorKINQ REALTY 

Mr. OTaMa HM Ba La i mlag at lha P1rai*B Naw lacaMaa 
NBII.RR BnUUNG, dM BROIVHITON RT. 


WHITTOME'S 


Town h f'ONNtoy Manwo Idd. 

annownee the appomtiiwni of 
Leonard S Yeo to their Ralaa 
DlviaWm He hrmerl y held hit 
own Agent.-> of Leonard & Yao 
Real &tBte m Vsneourar and 
In hla new rapactfy wiU tpeclai- 
Ise tn tto s t ne a a O ppertanltlsa. 
He welrotoaa all eaquiriaa 
from TTmae wtw> desire to dlh 
pose of or purrhaae a aoun] 
and profitakle businesa 


FOR LEASE 

rOMNKRCIAJ. Bl I1XHN04 AND VARDA 

With foreshors leases, approx, three acre* or part. 
Thiee block* from Fountain Cunde In fhe heart of Vk* 
lerla* Industrial eenire Pull particulars upon requast 
No telephone uiformallon. 


Hifih^r Hatea if TV.A Lpnreg? 


Ura Ruth Squfrea 


Vlrtorla'a autmnAbUa TmisI 
neaa la expected ta- achieve 
higher 


Kennefh J. Davis, Manaser of J H. Whit- 
tom# A Co. Lld.« fat piMsed to annouord 
Ihe tnrreane of Real Estate SUles Staff by 
the vihiahle acquisition of Mr and Mnu 
Squirm, who have had yeani of experi- 
ence in de«UiiR with Real EaUte probiema 
for this area, and will materlhlly aaMst th« 
finn tn meeting Hi ever-tncraulng de- 
manda tn the Real Rstate field. 


INTKREKTINO CAREERS 


etfher ■ I I ■ § 

ia67 or U6A aocorditif la Peter I O I O ^1 

*' Aolcllill U 

Nattonal Motor* 

Mr Taytor aald more people i 

w«rt out toahJng at car* than> * 

Twd bran the vaa# in ths past, I n O FI BT A 

— “ Linanffe 

•With IT per ra«t af new' ^ 

reflatratton hi RC b 1 1 a g Bulb grewavs of VanosNvtr 

made for fhiiM m ikirspaaa island are alarmed at rsp ui ta 
SSL TranM'enwIa Air Line. 

Many mar* hip* ira being "“J' ^ vraatoig Iho Vancou- 
planrwd both In and nf Vic ver run m favwr of Parlfle 
loeta lhan there wera In IWa, Western Airtinea barauae lb#y 

a«^g IS Many Newt^, higher rstaa emiW rs*ult 
(TR pasaefiger agent In Vic- _ 

The hiilh gTOwen. who uae 

nf aO goeo as we expect It. TUA plsnaa for Ihe movemani 
tho tourtat amaoh abould b* of Uirlr daffodil# to Eastani 


CANADIAN OFFICES ABROAD 

for 

STFAOGRAPHERS 

There are poamona tn the Dopartiiirats of Cxterhal 
Affairs, Trad# and Coromerca (Trad# Commlaoioner 
Servlrai, and CITlsenaMp and immigrailon 
BttM p#r annum plus appropilat# living and rental 
Allowanora paid uwm posting abroad, kalary up to 12.760 
per annum according lo quallftcaibeia fnr initial aervlcs 
at Ottawa 

A tour of duty abrua«l wtU be from 2 to .IS ysara Post 
Ing usually arrurs during Uie.ilr*t yoar sf aervte*. 
CanctkWtes must bo hat w vs n 21 and 46 yssnt of age and 
be prepared to aery# In any Canadian miaMm aTuwod. 

Fra [Malls. W rRe to 

nvtl. RKMVICB OOMMUtfilON, OTTAWA 


Canada for tht Eaater marfcet, 
have aakad the VMUiria 0»am 
bar of Cnwimerre for Hs sup 
pen In urging the Boqrd of 
Tiansport Commiskmer* not 
to arv^^ any «m h move 
Mayor ^rry .kcuruh toM 
Chamber of Commerra dirra 
tore yeoierday that PWA Tiod 
suggested It thmtM take over 
(Tw r4in. but that until fwn 
day* ago at leaM, ll kM naf 


made any affMal oppliailaa 
lo ths board 

T beliovo PWA ia giving 11 
aenou* c ow atderstam. ' asM (hs 
■nnyof- 

threcior l>urt»ey lladdnck 
moved that the Board nf Trara 
pnn Commlsaioners hs asked 
to k«ep the Vlclocla Q^iiwv 
•f Commerce Informed of any 
to ctMMtge the Mr VaUM 
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by the 
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PUnninf to hoiT your 
kttrhm rrmod^llnd* • 
laundry room put lo? 
a rumpua room buiit? 
ih« iipKtaim flnl.«h#dT 
Ihr bedrooma painted? 
Now la a |ood itnw to 
havt thnm joba dnno. 
« mw and mater- 
ials art in good supply. 


Why 

Walt 

Until 

Spring? 


Bepolrea DO fT NOW ! 

Ail type* of wood fuHete rkened end repaired, new 
gutters and downpipee ineulkd • PUsUe wall Tile • 
rVonr Tile. PYee eeitmale* r«w e better >nb by qualified 
men Mfbl Phonm: EV'?^ or KV4UM. 

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Mousing (grants 
For Aged Given 


:m\ th«t muntdpAl ieovtmnM*nU «houk! make 
If low>cMl, tton-profH housing pro>ect< /or 


A pnipetfd im* ffMint(4pfti eo«tljr eonMrweuon p«r«U« Ui four y««fu ter (h« 

ha)| and dvte cwntfu lor Aiarv problnn lannc iHr nuMMclpal- 


(ranU 


nrw yard oonaCnirtfon; provia- 


9BOJOOO a ytar tor four ymn 
to build a (and to dnaoca onn> 
ftroctton al a naw hall: ap- 
pro p ria Uon of HOO.000 foom 
aorplua lunda. and a SO(UXX> 
menoy bylaw to eompiHrly 
pa> lor Ilia Hall 
Hla plan calia (or Uw CI20.- 
Om monay bylaw to ba put to 
votara In Dor^ l$6L 


Tha atafaa ar« raplacrmani 
al tha praaant munWHpaJ yard, 
aofutrtiriinn of a )o(nt baad 
ooortora for Saanlph polk* 
and (Ira aarvtooa. and aonatruc^ 
lion of tha naw municipal hall. 

Saankh cnuncti haa alraady 
mada a atari on praparotton of 
tha sita of a naw yard naar 
McKanila Avarua and Quadra 
Straai and bulldnctof of tha 
alia al a coat of $4 dOO haa ba^n 
authorlaad 

A WOOOO, four yaar (Inane- 
lni plan lo provhia for eon- 
■trunlon or iho Ibrao ttapaa 
with a minimum mt loAff torm 
borrowlnf wiU ba ennaldtrad 
by Saanleh finanea eomroHlaa 
Tha plan, praparad by John 
Tuba, fto a n l ah aemptrallai 
traaaurur. propoaaa- 
Approprtatlofi of 1230.000 
from lax aal# landa fuuAa. • 
ahoci tarm tlOO.OOO Wwn ro 


McKenala Avanua, Quadra 
Suoat and ttouglaa ttraat 
war# ouflinad yaatarday by 
Raava Gaorfa Chaltarton. 

*1 have thraa oJim in mind 
In tha aiaa. rancing tiom five 
lo to arrvo.' Mi Chattarinn 
■aid. ‘I leal to acrao ta tba 
IdaaL’ 

i wnuld Ilka to hava a rwv 
last far tha daaifn of (ha build 
Ini 00 II can ba axpandad into 
a flair eantra.** ht witil: 
Canatrurtloti of a new hall 
waa ona af thraa autaa to a 


or tha muniry ax a whoJa 
Thi*. ha Mid. »a« tha only 
fair w«y lo latard xurh aarv' 
Irrt. brrauaa tha paopk who 
avantually naadad auch aarYleaa 
fravltatad lo aoma communl- 
iiaa mora than to oihan 
**VietorU with lt« exraplion- 
I ally Urga proponton al raal- 
danta on amall and flxad hv- 
I coma* U a ffoncl axampla af 
thM.** tha mayor Mid. 

Ila agraad with Raaua Chat- 
tarion'i objeetton . . . that only 
a amall mmtbar of tha pafoons 
naadlnf low rontal oceoramoda- 
jtlon would banaht fram ax- 
pandituia of money ralaad 
.from all laxpayat*. 

The raava aald thara wa* *'a 
^raat naed for that typa of 
houalnc.** but adrtad ihatO|f 
'municipal franu wera made 
(or Icrw rental houamf. a cem 
I lltiuoua prwf fom 
launehad ao that In time all 
thcaie who needad iha aorom- 
modatiem would have the o^ 
poriunliy to obtain it 
‘T would be very toiareocod 
In havtof the matter thor* 
ooughly mveetlgaiad by the 
Gcaator VictociT ‘^U 0 fmwaMp 4 
eommitiea." he aald. 


Deluxe Apartment Going Up 

Winter hvirk for aonid Victoria (raden- Apartment bkrk« owned by A K. 

men ii prov ided by ciirrent conatruc- Smaliey. of 7106 Domet fU>a4 will be 

lion of .IfMiuile de kixe apaiiment, completed in May.~(Cofontot photo.) 

Margaret Manor, on Newport Avenue. 


Do It A'ourself 


nzines 


(X)NM>l^>ATC YOt B 
UKim AND MAKE 
ONE PA\'ME2t(T 
INSTEAD or 
SE\EBAL 


■y J. R4l^ t>Al^U.L ^ 

btatartnea ran be kept m 
UMble order according lo pulv ait*mt «lb 

licatlon dale* with aoay |o> 
make maeaxine ftlai placed 
be naatiy on ifiolm or in other 

iDcaUon. / 

Aa indlceled it A md^ In \ 
picture t Iha (lla« c^ ne 

Ri a d a to art-ommodaia pay ^ " 

numher of magaxlnea of any I k 

lUa and ihapa for exampla. I^BE ^ !' 

aach file can atore all copie* * r | " |> r ^ 

of a maca/inr tor one year I'j’ 111 t| 

The file* ran be made of any 1 1 1U...JC 

bind of one^gMh Inch ond f*|| 

one-quarter inrh plywond Sae 

picture 3. Mahogany U reepen- ^ 

mended becauae of ita pleading V-^ 
appeorarwv The plywood, one- 
half Inch brad«. aandpaper. 11— 

wood glue ac»d finlab are the f E 

«n)y matafiala required The h I 

ne*eaaary loola Include only a '! — 

aaw. ■ aquare. a hammer and iSZ''to^r E 

a bruth for opplvlng the flnlxh. eSf/" ae || S 

Tha flret flap In planning 
(Ilex for any magazine lx to 
maat w e or aettmate The total 
thickr»e*o of a number of tnoga- 
line* for aadi (U* Allow a i 

Ittlla extra xpaca an tha maga- 

dnat can be ea«ny removed ^ ^ 

and repUcad to Iha file 

Tha lop and bottom piece a . The length of the top artd bol 
■ee picture 7. ahould ba of the *»m ptaceo ahould be the Mme 
eotimated width Na*i pUn aa the width of eMe ptecea 
tha haigbi a' the two *idr The hark piece ahould be 
piece*, which ehnuM ha high enough •* that ita top 

enough *a the diaiance be arto bottom edge* will be fhiah 
twotn (he top end bcHinm wHU the top and bottom edgeo 
ptece x le at laa«i one quarter e( 'he top and bottom piece*. 
Inch mora than the ataixlmg The width e( the bach place 
height nf the mapactr>ex xhuuld ba auch that liie two 

Tha width of tha rwn ttda edge* wiH be fhnh with the 
place* ahould ha xuch that the *xtarlnr edge* of the two *lda 
bound edge* of tha magatlna* pia iaa The eipindad view In 
wilt be Duxh with the front picture 3 ahow* all piece* of 
enda of lop and bottom pieoaa. the lUe to oarect pcwiilona- 


Potcer BiHit 
Hunter Fined 

Ciurgad undfr (ha migratory 

r regulatkma with bunting 
a power bn«t. Jack Sam. 
Taniillp Indian Raxarve. wot 
yeaterday fined tin and $3 
roata in SMtoay police roun 
He wa* apprehended by Came 
Warden Jack Lanfmty In Saan 
trh Inlet 


that the aaw njia will be 
aqware. Make *ure that all 
piece* are perfectly aquare at 
all eomcra. Cheek the ovor-all 
aiam of ail piece*. For exam- 
ple. make aure that the wMlh 
of alda pfocaa lx exactly equal 
to the length of top and bottom 


Finally, apply glue to (he 
long edge* •( (be top and bot- 
tom placea before the aid* 
piece* are (avtenad to them 

uaing brads spaced about one 
bw* apufv. I'oe Hdh gtoe ang 
bmfo when (axientng the bach 
ptoce to the (op. bottom and 
(wo aldM. 

Let glue dry ter a dey. Than 
mr>d|Mpar all edges until 
■moeth. Than apply the flnuh. 
The fitoa can atand an ahelvea 
ax mdiratad in ptoture L Or. 
paste labala an the backs and 
than plaoa tha fllao with npan 
end* toward the back of the 
shelva* 


Substation 

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Awarded 


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E ATOM'S Offers 
High Fashion Eye Fashion 


A A rubber baa* oemeni 
paint la gtiod for redoing h*w 
mant Doors: It la highly iwatsi 
ant to moixtura. oil, and atain 
con laming liquid* 

convening from 
nanl to gna bem m m afoago 


Cut (ha Abo tide plecaa first. 
Than nil the top and bottom 
p tec** to eorract lanctha At 
UUa point toch the aide paacoa 
tightly la (he top and bottaro 
to make auro that the maga 
Zina* win stand erect between 
(he lop and bottom ptocoa> and 
leave at laaat one-qttaiiar Inch 
extra ■pom. Whil* side pi*c*a 
and ddd bottom pieces are 
tached Mghtly togathor. cut tha 
bach pl*c* lo batter advantage 
Saw all place* carefully ao 


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A - I'nieaa tha flue* are a) 
rmdy Unad with glased (He. 
or other waterproof maiertoi 
(bey a h ould have a metal Mn. 
Ing when gas heal la used 
Otbarwlaa. (he water vapeur 
ffbemied from gaa could eausa 
eondenaatlon. 

Q—M'e have a br a nd new 
bnuM and aa* ( r ou b kd more 
•Mb Um wo 


Vorri .Sifp 'I’adl/y .Superior' 


anytbtaff uvang wm 


A -No New houdta art 
buUt more lightly than oM 
houaea and interior water va- 
por eunnol ge) out aa basUy 

Net being able lo eacape. the 

vapor condenaea wtthln (he 
bouae. 


STRAWBERRIES 


Dominion Conxi ruction Ltd 
of Vancouver *tilJ inland* negw 
dating with .Saanich council 
for the municipal yard »lie at 
Douglas and the Island High- 
way. Robert Beniall. a >om 
pany vko pra*»dent. «xwt U*t 
night 

Plan* for a *'mul( I million 
dollar’ «hopping centra at 
Hlllalde and yh*lbouma. an 
neunced Thurvday. had not 
affertod (he inmpany't plana 
*^e knew the site existed 


Arthritis & Heuritis Pains 

FW ta**.?* WT^tyxxi.aa^- 1 t«« kfwm «Imi f«* *r* ••Xtqg 


pany Mt (tontaii Mki. "Dura -^a (eel (he graaieai growth 
wax vaaily •iperiof ’ potential la In our area." he 

fvsmtoion ronatnicllon held mnL but admlMed hu com 
opttnnx nn properUe* ed)nin pany had not yet sighed a 
Ing the five acre yard *He and department store to use *poce 
recently bought a number of In the planned shopping centre 
th# Iota The company pt*tis Negoltorlona be t wee n (be 
a | 2 .n 0 f>nnn iniegraivd ahnp- company and Baxnkii council 
ping conim.. were halted imporarlly to 

Mr bentall will be In Vlr> allew the company time to 
lorta the week beginning Jan. Interest a department store ta 
31 on taisirteax and may dixeuxx the p ro feci. 


PU'MBINd ai*d HKA’HNC 
AHKKT MBTAI. MOflK 
KOOP1NG Oil. •t'VNBKA 


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wo ••'•* <» 1M X*e4* *nna,!* 

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Resources Meeting 
Put Off Until Fall 


PUBLIC NOTICE 

These Retail Men's Wear Stores 


The BC. Natural Rmuorce* 
Conference will be beM to mid- 
November (hla year inxtead of 
Fbbruar) . conference president 
U G. A Crourh xaM ye«lerday. 


Highlight of this year's com 
forenco wUl ba • thorough ei 
amlnatlon of BC'a natural re- 
aourree **»oiih of latitude 36 
and woat of ih* llockie*,” he 
■aid 

The public 1* wekxwne to at- 
tend the threeday meeting at 
Harrtxon Hot .kpdngx llotel 
and may obtain further Infor 
mailon from the •erreiary, Dr. 
D, B Turner, of the d^rt- 
meni of recraalkm and mn*er 
vailon to Vkiotia. 


BE OUR GUCSTI HRST PRIZE WINNERS 

u/i/v A r^Gl/fVa TRtf> H> thm 


CLOSE ALL DAY 
WEDNESDAY 


The nation wide "Do Tt 
Now" winter work nmiputgn 
la having a definite effect 
here, aayi Natlanst Employ- 
ment Iruumnce manager J. H. 
Pax. 

In hla wee k ly report, Mr 
Pox repnna iM4 men and 
lAU women out o( work, 300 
hwrer (ban it wra« a yoar ago. 


In the best interest of our customers and in order to keep ■ 
complete and fully trained staff available at all times, these 
MEVS WEAR 8TORE8 will be CLORED ALL DAY WED- 
NESDAY and will be open for 100% service and attention to 
our customers on Monday, Tuesdio^, Thursday, Friday and 
Saturday. 

lad laN Maa’i Waar Prka I Smitb LN. 

0. H. Darma* LtJ. Qaarga SlraHb LN. 

Ctc. Fblehtr'i LN. Tly Tty TaHara LN. 

Jaba MeMastar Tba Taggtry Sbap LN. 

Las PabiMr LN. Walaaa'a Maa'a Waar 


th* Goto** JwbJ** of po**«od WqfN In Cooodo. of* 
tan on «• ■i x * M *. CoMllaf taor ta *0 VtalM 
dew end (wtof*. 

2B SECOND mnd THtNO PRIZES 


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WOOLS and FANCY GOODS FAMILY SHOE CCNTItC 


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Dollar - Saving Values for the Family! 


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MEN’S FURNISHINGS 


ROYS’ WEAR 


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VtaioTM • fww »ub-<ttvi*i«(u 
may W drib and monotonoui 
bu* wtHiM ro*t loD mtirh t« 
bulla any otbar way, Victoria 
hulMcra and r«al caiata men 
aaUf yaaterday. 

Arwl the aUuatlon wUl gat 
**woraa.** It waa' (ocacoot. 


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arctillarturoUy daal#nad. oniy 
praioaalofMj man would ba abla 
la awn ftiHir own homa.** aald 
Doygloa T. Hawbao, owner of 
a Virtatia raal aatata firm. 

Soulham Rhodaala arrhitact 


Ha ataa aoid tha oaoihaita 

quality o( Virturla la^hring 
niinad b> ‘*badly datiHQ^nd 
aiaraolyped homaa w^aulH 
dlytslOfM*' 

"SutMliviMona ara built la 
nil a naad." aald^WUliam Yard. 


Eirwal Roaoan mada Iha claim 
lhai many itaw hauaaa ara be- 
ing ruirtad by bad daatgnlng 
and laid tha blama at tha dmir 
of “apatulatora'* building 
bouaaa wltbnui aonaulUng an 
arcbitaci. 


lay a apokaaman (Or <ha Vlw 
torla Building Induattin Ca- 

change 

Mr Hawfcaa and Mr. Yardlay 
both rialmad (bara la laoa 
dupllcatlan bara among hauaaa 
In Mih-divlakma than in other 
I'aftadkan driaa. 


**Bul there wilt be more dup- 
Uratlon thU year than ever be- 
fore, not only In Vldiirla. but 
all acr«M Oanada.* aaM Mr. 
Hawke* 

*1 agree with him.** iMr. 
Roaaen) oaid Donald Wagg, 


Vancouver laland proaidant of 
Inolltuto 


I h e Architaotural 

of ac 

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Iota in tha area aa poaatMa m 
well aa try to gel aa much floor 
apoeo on ooch lot aa they con * 


No. .^1— lOUt YEAR 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


VICTORIA, BRITISH CiOLlMBIA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 18, 1939 


ShoptM^rs to Be A»ked to Si^rn 


Shoppers In Virtorta’a pubttr 
market on Fiagard Saturday 
morning will be aakad to 
•ifn o petition rolling hw 
prooervatten of the 44>aor-oM 
inotiiutlofi. 

Attilw Randy the last 
origifiaj atallhokSrr left In the 


Victoria muld both kawp ih« 
markei and Iniild an audi* 
inrtum cheaply, by putting a 
reinfofced <wncrate roof abmo 
the market stall* The lop 
half of the tall building would 
make an idMl audliortum 
with halt an acre of floor 
spare. Mr. Randy claimed. 


market, aald last night the 
petition wilt be prepared dur- 
ing tha week and plared 
prominently Imide the market. 

A rough draft of the petition 
dew-rihra the market «a a 
large touriai aitradlon and 
an outlat for locally grown 
ptnduie. 


‘Before city •ouruit e\en 
ronalder* pulling Ihit buiiiltng 
down they should have a aur> 
vey made by a competent, 
outside orgsiiuaiuMi he «aid. 
*‘lt would only rn*i a few 
tboitaand dollars at m>wi but it 
(oold save loaing mllliona-** 


Landes Best Cadets 
Get Award Friday 


RuyaJ CmmHui Air CmM aq— <rw Np. M wil 
W mwated nUk Um> BCAF AaoMteta tnmky, 
Friday, dariag a parade at WarA Fatal harrarka, 
at S pja. 

TW trapliy la awarded aaaaatty la Uie aqoad- 
rwa •‘ a aoeaned aa tlie ummI praTMeal la Caaada.** 


Ilohl U SiMMI 

Srurrah Ur^eg 


Mayor Perry Srurrah said >ealmUy Victoria wt« 
Interested in taking pari in a proponed munidpai- 
pmvinriai cnrtferenc*. "If it would help ua provide more 
winter work.’* - . _ 

Vancouvw ma^or Tom Al* 

. Terrofe. OAiinn for prevention 

twr> «ld ih, rontrmv. on „ 

winter wurka prvgrama ha* twwpninu on DoUaa Rood, and 
been indicated by Labor Min- flO.onn for Improvement of 
later Lyle Wk-Ka ts'ulevard Irodlng to OPR ferry 

Vancouver a«ked the pnnln *'*'**'f- 
ctol guvemmeni lu pay 0 per * “ 

cent of the lat"*r the Cir|W>rf 

etty'a fMl.ufli winter wt.^ 
program. He said fotknarmg a 1 

meeting In V|e«r>ria be was ''' I w 1*^ \I P I 
muraged by the response of R O ▼ V/M 
the minister to the city's re 

Mayor ^ utrah wtit If mao |l Q T* | 

[mum aa*uunce la to he 11 AAR R. 

gairwst In prttv^::..g |oha for 

the real uf January Februam 1 

and March when ll ta most 

needed the is-inrererue must L^RCrI ICU 

he heid at the earlte*! possihte 

date 

He saul Vhlona. pl.n. for l!’ •‘•H'l.T *'’*':^* 

winter work im liele I'.piial 

improvement Ptairfa Commla. ® ^ 

aton pro)ecfa loiaillng Sl3fi onu. required for the 

I . ^ rebuilding of the main runway 

The., indi^ $50. Ml eorh „ p^^cia Ray Airport 

apent on Improvement of The «wv.d i 


Three L3(' studenti front 
Sidney yeiderday called for 
more government grmnta to 
the UAtvenity In an open 
letter to Saanirh Ml Ji 
Tiadaile. 

“We have wiiiien thla letter 
berause we feel that the ur- 
gency of thla mailer drsereaa 
the attention of the legisla- 
ture in the ne«t seaalon." thoy 
aald 

The letles- signed by B G. 
du TempV Robed M John 
aen and Chsrir* M Johnwm 
> said ‘’Increasing piwoiure' ta 
bring brought upon untveratly 
beard of governor* to “negotl 
ate a subataniul increoae" In 
aludent fee* 

**Aa Kiudenta we do ntd wish 
to imply that all flnantdal 
responslbUlly afteuM ba loft 
aol^ to the govommont . . . 
wo feel the scudonta Asnwirt 
ahoukler aa much of tha 11- 
naorikl rtoponoibtllty ao they 
oro capable of doing.* 

Thoy added: "A amoO tn- 

oroooe. pArhapa of Ria weuM 
not be out of reoaon. iKow- 
everi the InrreoaM preoently 
suggeated are much In exreos 
nf ihtr amount ” and svmtld 
keep sludeni* wllh limited 
fund* “nut nf 'unKertity ai- 
fngethet 


l‘Tunr*e Npw Yegr. the Year of the 
Ptg. 4fVi7 on the Chineoe calendar, 
will be ceiebrated by V^kiona'a d.UUO 
(*hlnene Canadians, Feb. 8, with feast- 
ing. ilKhtiog of ”)m'' fticiu and the 
traditional greeting. ‘*Goong Hey Sun 


Neen — meaning I wish you. 

humbly, a happy .S>w Year." Mora 
than .So.fkX) pounds of ftpet?ial Chineaa 
foods will arrive here. .Mrs. Henry Lea. 
of Moiie> 't Ltd., estimatea. — |<.'olonift 
photo.) 


CANARY JUDGE TELL MUHLESTELN 
• « . canaiie* imitate their ownert 


Pearr by Peaceful Meaas Chief: 


We’d Kill Millions 
Of Innocent People ’ 


*€1011* to Some, *Cluuuk' to Others 


Canaries Warble 
In Master’s Accent 


('^nadlans shAuM ktok at their own country befort 

l\jAnl#k] Hdaoltlk P®*^**^ finger at ('uhas maas execullona, Glen 
IflCnial iRCallll Hamilton, president of Victoria's Peace by Peaceful 
m Means Suriety. advioed last night. 

iFrOUp I Isns Wcrein€Hgnar.lat unlatr 
E na«a' b) C'a.alro.” he said 

Member Drive 

IrlAllllFAl LMItv tu maaaiyw retaliation 

\ Hnor HMk«r campaign for kiide* simiUr clrcumalanceaT 
Incteaaed membsnhlp will bo "Tha only diffeienca lo that 
conducted by the VIcioria m uf «Var wed kill mil 

brami) of the ('anadlan Men pims nf Innurant peopio In 
lai Ilealib Aasoclallon. Mr*. 

Charles krankham. pra*4den». ^ 

aald here yesterday t ^ ^ m W% 

•Thla will *erve at a ie«t |1 in 

In see how much support we k-^V'V/MR ARB 

have here" she *aM Rtii If 
the Christmas gift drive U 
any Indlrotkin. it's plenty.” 

She aald the rompalgn would 
he carried nut "In throe 
months" time 

Site BOid the main purpose 
of the campaign 'waa educa 
ttonal 

"It we gal more people to 
understattd our aim* " site 
said, “we ll have greoter sue 
cesa In obtaining oervlcea.'* 

Present membirsblp la 3D0. 


When a canary sings, yuu lan be sure he does it in 
his master's language. 

'There’s no dotihi about It.** 
so>a canary judge and espert 
'fell Muhlestetn from Provo, 
riah. 'Tanarlea adopt iho oc 
cents of their osmere 
'Vanorte* con sing in tonea.* 

■r exptairwnt "One of them - 
'the glurke' la sung differ 
ently by Orman and Engliak 
owr^ conarlaa ' 

Gernuin tanaries say 
gluuuk. gluuuk ' wbiir F.ng 
li-‘-. birds s»ng 'gluk. gluk.” 


Award 

Winners 


*Td niihof not answer that.* 
Mr Muhleaietn smiled. 

Mr MuhJeateIn waa ludga 
for the Victorta RoUar Canary 
(Tub lUth annual aong con- 
leal at the Dominion ffotet 
*Tho btrda 125 enirlea from 
Vlrterlo. Vancouver. .Seoltle 
.'(askatoon. ('algary and other 
plocea were *howi\ in the 
publk Monday to Solurrta> 
Real bird in Ihe show ia 
owned by Virtotia couple Mr. 
and Mr* Leonard H Skel 
ton of 4nti3 Grange. 


Right member* of the 
Greater Wtoriq 4 ewiennlaf 
C'nnamMtee, whn were awar- 
ded mertt award rerttflcate* 
Friday otght. were Htadver- 
tewlly Nowntlied tmm the lial 
i mHH*hed ye*lerdo> 

( lied foe **the4r gewer na * 
a*at*lonre and whnie hearted 
m aperaltoo la maklag the 
cealeoniol year •web a awe- 


The Monicilh building, at «>k ^ 

Tori Street, changed hands And 

thr week fnr RRnnn, 

The building wai bought by j ij. 
Robert T Obee. iTty arrmint - 

; nt who has leased the second 
tnor of the building for the | 

psat 13 months. Prevloua I 

owner was Roger Monteith. J 

who r>persie* a sports good* 
atore In one nf twro shops 
forming the sireel level of the U 
building JP 

Ofiglnally occupied by the 
Metier paint firm, tha bulkHng 
waa L-ahapod untU Mr Mon- ^ 

teith bought one sr^lon some kt snav 
13 yeora ago The pan of tha poltca < 
building fronting onto Brood ■ \ 

ptrwet waa bought aaparataly • 
by lha T ilaton Co. 'Vesterd 


(•eorge Norrg hurrying whila 
delivering laundry on Brock 
Drive I A driver aaleaman lor 
New Method Uundry Ud. tor 
Ihe poet four years, ha lives at 
dtt Richmond Avenue Ho and 
hla wife. Peggy, have one chtld, 
U yeor-oM Paoltne. Hit Hak> 
bias are gardening. In season, 
and reading, si any ilma.i , . . 
H. Hlawley M aarr arolrhtng a 
auggeottan that he plans a new 
subdietalon In Saanich . • . 
.Htipendary Magletrata BIR Oof- 
lor subotliutlng lor Magistral# 
Nenry HaN In city poUoa court 
Jform Imkwaitb lalhkic 
obowt hia ralimoding days . . . 
Marry MIR* wHh an eogla oyo 
rocked lor wrongdoara , . . 
G ooagia BeM trudging through 
ihe rain on Mo«s Riroet. on her 
way to work al Royal JuMlaa 
Rmh McDonald and fieodf 
Owynna having coffee . Dr. 
ijsrlNe WIbion wrapping let- 
luce In a paper napkin . Mon 
erief HMBofwann laUUAg about 
the sailafartory modH siiua 
line In the life claaa . Moniy 
Dmka offering mund advkw 
mHi denktoa diarassing 
baby rarriagt oiL 


Gyro Speaker 

Cecil iTarke. a eonltihuinr to 
TUe Dally Colonlara Islander 
magsrine. will speak on the 
old snd new Vicinna at Ihe 
weekly Gyro meeting al noon 
Monday In Ihe Emprtaa HoieL 


Coon. M. F. A. Barrloy. 
AM. A. I. CmHI*, Reels 
ftewrge Murdoeb. 4'mm. 1« H. 
Po*M*w>rr. AM. N D Bom 
•oy. AM. .Mr*. IJIy M'lMnn, 
Malar 4 . M. Mocl^end. awd 
IJeoA R. A. MoeFovdeo. 


Monday morning The original 
charge against him la falling 
to signal a turn. 


Desperate Mother Goes Miles 
To Feed Hungry Children 


Un Collide. 


Mr Katherine Berry, dO of 
44U Grafton w'aa troatod for 
shock and bniiaaa at 8l. 
Josephs Hnspiiaj early yester- 
day fnUowihg a two-car colU 
aif»r. at the inter ie« tinn of 
Wharf ond Yatm Btroeto. 


Januaii^on tvrnid at far as 
unemploy ntcni and poverty 
are con t ernod.’* aha coiitlnuad. 
“It won! be antU summer that 
rondltthns Improve " 

Abmit TW peranns aQ no 
welftro receive a week's eup 
pip ol food enck monik from 


A woman blUTi hiked from 
^ngford lo Victoria vester 


hi* unemplo) ment i!>«urani-e 
has run mit and their children 
were going hungty. Mrs 
liarper ' id. 

•^1 her ssise Is the r*‘- 
rofher than the esreptbio,” 

the mM. 

’"Thla IS one of lha worst 


Ihe slaD. Besides 250 famiUea 
with young chlldran. they 
include many pensioners. 

Anyone wishing tn drtnate 
fnnd nr cash for the nest stall. 
On Feb 21. •hntild rrmtaci Mr* 
Harper al RVS-fgr74 or tS«6 
Rockland Avonus. 


day lo aiiend the surplua food 
stall at tha rnarkef place 
Mr*. C R. Harper stall 
operainr said itia woman was 
"desperate 

Hei kuabofid lo la hoapiial. 


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Sheik Shakes 


F ERSONAL 
A/TENTION 


Late Dales 


NKW ^ ORK (WNR)~AI » tjymdom filchl claK 
AH Armb tliHk liivK<^ two yoting UmUth I* iIUm «iUIi 
him thf mr\t fvfHliiK t* bU 

The girU Mere late fur tbrlr datr»«AAd fouad 
the kheih aluar. 

"In UiU r«iiNtry yott <ml} Ibm* yftmr dln»^ for 
•urh nMlrne**,'* hr toM them. 


LivulrfMiii (tovernor and Mn. rrank Macfct-iutr Kum 
will a rr- #pOon on Jan. X by th« Aualraiiar* 

Tiadr «r and Mr*. Chfriet AUrA In ihe «orlai 

»ultr o( (he Hn<ei VahcouvAr (a commemorate Auairalla 
Day Wing Cmdi J. D. D. McDonald ai\4 Mlaa Ruth MrLa*an 
wtU ba attendants 

Ou Tueeday, Jan. 77. (he Ijeutenant t^uvernyr 


Good night 


WtU be (he ADC' 

Thaj eventrif the LteuienanKetveriior and Mrs. Ro<k% 
win attend a dinner tn the Vancouver Oub prior to (he open- 
ing o| aji eahibatun ct aiohaoctuni. aculplura. painiutg aitd 
design uf the Royal Academy of Art* In the Vancouver 
Gallery. Sqdii. l^dtr D Inman and Miaa MarLean will 
accompany H:» fiottor aAd Mrs R " 

The evFntnf. tiie Lieutetkaiit (kivemor will give 

^ -:'J 4iatf dM-rri>r I* the luJiip.. ; Room at the Cmpresa 


ROSE'S Offer 


A MAnufarturrr'B CleArAiu'e 

of Fino QtuUity 


Ma)or ar..l Mr« K King, THiMlevv Street, have returned 
•k.:... khei a su wf*' ' vacaiirtt: m H> :«oltilu 


|h(i% N|.t>i<>Me P«-.v 

(he t 4Ti«di«ii Naval I 

tins ' U» V-'—-' ingiK 


(*i«^enl RoaA (urinerly wtth 
orv ataff at IlMi < DochyarA 
lo the atalf of Canadian 


01(1 Friends Meet 


Shipboard 

Gdiring;, linden Avimud, Mr«. John Rvi>vn»'m, Mr«. 
Cmwford. Mr*. Gedrtng.tnd Mr Rohertsrm. The 
Geartnfs have not arm Dv ;r Gm>Kww‘ frirnds since 
A trip AbrOAd in 19M.-^lC<>iont<1 photo.) 


With the crult* ship S* jing tn the 

bAdupound. friends leparAted b>* mllM of wafer 
and land eo»ne fogefher briefly in Vkioria. From 
left to right they are Mr. W. Crawford, Mr. A, D. 


Viitoiunt attending the annual -ronvf- -—^i of the Cana 

di-“ •: ictirr. Ar^atlon at the vueer* Eluaheth Hotel 

in Montreal are Mi and Mra. (i. 11. Wheaton. 


Future tmnrpKg 


Scotsmen Find 
Our Weather 
%ike Home’ 


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TOKYO ‘PI- Thr fs = 
nr el -^.ipan a.II W mar 

ried to Cftmn Rrtfcfe A-;_-ilo 
ir>* Aj ■ i -at'' owed h- 


i.:.g • -‘I getting 'nto her 
court i"«>wme 
The rrreitKwiy wUl atait at 


The dmi.Af aalofl «iih s|mt1i- 


p»«en«er. Important adjv :n le 

Liamorla glowed with (he ^ fu^rrraafiil rruiaa 
reflected warmth and sun^lne I P 

#f (ha tropics Rn)oylng the West Indiea 

A BItw viar LjEj: rr-jlsa ship the troptc^ the paaaen 
from the British l•le«. the used every mlnuie to 

t.'iri^la dsrkrd earty ye ' - up the sunshine, play 

day at Ogden Pomr tor a Ariel derit inmta and thuffWiwM'd 
vtali and to untoad pan ol h«r and awtm to the jofsni ir—t 
cargo. w^rrJ amall sleek »a;ivas pool rigged up on the 
fnndfn con daslierd fee ear after derii 
dealere here. Duiing their step In CaU 

The stop here *aa one of fc^-*»a. they ai>rh<vad to **- 
many during (he Ihiee months Redm ant| travelled te Jton 
Ain and fun voyage the Iravtl TTa«'“lare a'»d llollywood by 
lera arv anloytog. sightsee 

aiww ■IKV WAWV ^ ainount •/ the 

•(■» ••*»« HUISK whirky cetfo was uiduadct 

The pesaengera. nearly all of hare, 
fleotttoh atock. were grateful steward Mr. John 

for the atop here, although the ciartt. with 15 years of cruise 
weather wsa -)oM like homO ,hjp ,»p«ientfe behind him 


aftf - which the brioe will re 
> -c the ore.: 'w'f the Grand 
lurdon of the (Tiryaanthe 


Cheess and sees, free* itoi fadaleei celle«(«efi «f fi 
diawiswd rtPfi. Smgfr lians latf*. )*iien« rer;?. 
kWW ssSs, dweiend>sel weddeig r.'u ’Ti m 


that the mart 


Then, wtth the bride (n weaf- 
em • lothes and the gioee w to 
top hat and talla, tba newly 
- r±: wlU pay a formal call aa 
the emperor and s m pre a a. 


Ksery IHamoAd Otumialeed and InsMred Fit# 
Terwia AtAilablh^NA C'Arr>biK Chargea 


Jl >»iii okl da •:;***er n| 4 
wez"‘»y II’ ■ I* !■ v.-.w'j'.r 
As • - t^;p bit-ir will 

wear the lam# kinxmc wont 


IVlarricd In 1909 

Mr. Ahd Mr* Jamea H. rWilllc. 1*12 llo'"*"’** 
Avrnue. rei’vnily crtebr>i*ri. ihrir gt.: >n v Mltig 
Annlver«ar>'. They wen* mrrWd In Ker** . , 

on Jan. 6. 15KI9, where they farmed for tw.. ystoru. 
They thm went to TUheroNC. . and (niitied 
Ihere until retiring here in . -Rite photo.) 


Tri*; W, Ml site WS5 fTtafriwI. 

The royal cu^n alao wUi be 
bnnowed Ivk the t«- -ties 
M. r-h-^f- uar the Same 
cre-wa by Na- 

gaka w ’ : Rm 


Neiv Smock Coat 
From Art World 


Ibe wedding 

■I - AptU 


NIW YORK il Pl' Ps. 
the town itits spri-'ig to a • it 
mpied tUh* l<--“ th* Ari 
«<>) Id 

il s the »rr> •« V, - 1 ar t ' 

a pf'^y l-» 

of the p:=-h'' Mm gat’ • d 


•'■Ti the tisdiMim .hat- 
it;-- St of the mstr:- 
the (lay of the weddtng, 
;‘‘4 ** *!l ! ■’-*# her 
St 5 a m and «|woil 
bc;“» In the palace 


t!' ♦nan 

mate '.A 


•*A. K. AIJCKANOOR 
Now a member of the Mali el 
rthm:R S n'n jtremK m 
no stranger (n Vlciorui. hav- 
ing been to th# fur businewi 
aU hir Ateiinw. it one tvne 
be>;.i v| . of AUKX 

A.SDOR Fi RS LTD. targeel 
rrtaU fumer* in « : 

Vr ,V)e«andr>r M also ronasd 
as one of Canada a lur 
espeits Many pwtpla will 
krnw him In view nf the fact 
that he operated a fur store 
here for ever 30 years 


t'ilx Vn>lr»Mt»r 

W ifia lh*ctoratr 

A tk»r**tr of py./i’ iphy *- 

free .r-; "--en 

granted to Geoffrey P 
527T Del by Wisbtnj 

n.o *taif Cnivr^Jty. Mr. 
Mason ki ar> «cv:4ot protea- 


• h*- .iri-’”"’ e- 

*nn\o of their s’nf'li ewttn. 
•ocevtnrs 

n i.n.r.M.xn 
The fTAr-uracturee. Harry 
PrehrieL shows a luO length. 
dayt‘©e In white bas- 

ket Me4ve wool- Orlg nsle fee- 
turas a sevenetgMhs-totik'h 
one in a vicuna Cai^ 

m-we with rtv»Tr!.*e fhH* 
cn:ta/ 

It-i'h fire's ate Wi*” 
tn.al'fre fri.jp of U». 

Y‘»k lhe»4 Iri" >il*r 
I'litav wourxt up s 

l*-rg {mc,m«w af spring styles 
r> I rn'<t> it>«” JOO «.*>t,ng 
f«*hion repiittr. \ 

Coats In sU coltoriiom ai*- 
slim. :v-»st aie fWi^lr hrca.S’frt 
and tfitn# all the way te ihe 
e«B hemline. A few fine«t 
r.'.ata reappeared, bid ;he 
fhoitte once a sprirglirc-^ 
’*an<Uid Is tat-. 


bi<isi> piiiK. orange, tomon 
yeiui*.. and pale '.:ja greon. 
Thera are also the neutiala 
pale bsigee and whiles These 
coats however. fre«)ueni iy 
:frme with s hriUlar' ~!-3r«d 
h -Ing 

^nnie Cli‘£;r:tta v- 

pTt'““? ti;.’ 


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Ml'hKEGON. Mi'h. (fPl* lo 
^ A rircull Judge has dertled a Non 
motion to dtamlsa a fJVX) atad. 
damsge suit hy a Muskry-.a dugi 
hnuaewtfe. who claims her new swin 
bathing suit became Iran* In I 
parent the first tune *h# wore I*at. 
H In the water 

Tit. Mil .fii'lie Norl P F<>s , 

ruled a suit filed hy Mi-> 

D*inns ftlnhie J.'i ag4i.'«< a 
dre** shop Mull’ 4ied a ’valid •: 
bteai il *il sst'tolj and .o 
tamed 'sufficient evtd^fMF nf 
invasion of prtvafv 


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•Mr^ fiit'Ma fimirnrti ttie 
It I t t»»- .yme II Mfpnient ,i* 
NVip as II ;nt wet hut that 
t'.’.r » rv ■'Cl' nr nf 
kS'l «d m Ml »hr lclt 

me i' s'* 41 'd orlter pri*”'\ 

11, *1 bi-k*,’ "• eiliitg 

sol * tfiog snd . , • 

Ml a shfu ked ni>^ -i'-i 

AHOK.ItT nORK 
xhe said tha plunged hack 
into the ->s!er and waited umtl 
her sisici jht her a mhe 
Tite defendants who aak**d 
that the siglt be dlamteaM. In 
eltM^^ Joseph W and JuHatta 
l^adwhk ami Ms May t> 
Rocs. <n partners In tha Ju 
Ustte M>op. 

MltK-N M IT 
Mrs. DIhMe’a husband. 
Ja— ,ec, said ha la not loo mn 
reroed about Ma wlfTt suit 
"It's a >*ika to everyona but 
mv wife. ' be said. 


71 pi,’. ‘ -II 
ful walnut 
stfArk piiue 

ONLY 


WHh a ■'■fr/iw upstanff'rz 
•■uff. will, I, :: bllto! as the 
• Oi 'rnUl Influertc? " It't easier 
lo deieN same In lha kimm.n 
•leeve derprut Ilk# the rag 
Ian. hut *1 mc Mr ||s tn'-J 
I’jth inatead of tapering 
the wrist 

Few ri-i'- -sma with tong 
•--r |.er.y!bs var> f-'nn 
ji|4t «lmve the waist to a^,>^r 
th'- " • maXlng the kviiger 

Ke- • - Of daytime acMic 

4ie nn~-. tweed ■ wKR eiij> 


(iatiiolirs Name 
Parish Groups 


FUSf/ TOHES-BUHOS IHJO 
TUB EAR! 


SllveP'plaled CrrAm, Stifrhr 
And Tmy Set . 


Men of two Szjirun Renin 
tula Cstbolle rhurcher met le 
renily to form committees to 
handle tha secular operation 
of lha Sidney Weal hasrtrh 
pariah An advl*ery c;:i:nr:l 
headed by Frank G. Ricoarg^ 
of Sidney, was appointed to 
•pearhead the nrcaniralloa. 
which will lnclu*le commirtors 
tn take chsrfs nf church oper- 
ation and maintenance. 


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Tea Sdfk. FjiliTw DUhr ;. Cawtorolp* and nwny other 
Homs of fine quAMty silver pinte at teniHe caving*. 


m grasp (savwvabaa) I* rss ksat paspk Mltot bto lari Blkslfy wtordi NB^ 
Aw osriiY Msis W M k *• «kw« ras'ri toto wMisgt ktswNias'i mm *mr, 
a iMMipiM af stof* sMsivdifltoi. CawM A rawcals pww at uuNk pacM 
...raa aa^ wd toU » ■ yaw aw. at wrA. tom at bAat la NitfT 
■bato haaam thaw araaT wy » li NN-wtoatoa*. raady la |a hto adNa Ba 
■ssda yea aaad ■■ C—atotd by otouWi toif dyto| ■ Aato aw laaai Mw« M- 
aty obto pars by ma . jaanu part af Iba aw For o froo rfomooafrofton 
of AcouatfCoo'a new "40Qt’, r*f*t tbo offico batow. 


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Th« fk>nl fraffTiiM^ of Hiring «^|ll bt In es^denn In th^ hntH bail- 
r oom for thr Symphofo* Ball. H«r» ht«d fordmor Arthur Sandm 
dtaoiHM flonil arrangmiraU i»1th matnhani of lha Women’t 
Commlttc*. Mr*. M. H. Walkrr and Mn. W. Gv WeUbouni, right 


Winter Season 


Mr. Joaeph Zankhrlli. maltre d'hotel. ttops for a mom«nt frtNn hit 
buay day to diacuts dimng room reaervationa for thr ball with Mra. 
John N. Olaon and Mn. Wllham Ford, metnben of the Symphony 
Women'i Committea. 


Will Highlight 


Let's Talk Reservations 


A highUght of the winter anrial «eaaon. the 
Symphonj' Balt. aill he heM thl» year In the Cr>*t*l 
Ballroom of the Emprena Hotel on the e\ening of 
Friday, Januar> 30. 

• « * 

Thii. the 10th annual hall put on by the mem*^ 
ben» of the Victoria Symphony Women’e Commllfpe, 
U being hekt earlier than uaual beraube of the earty 
beginning of Lent. 

• * * 

Member* are bu*y making preliminary prepara- 
tlom with the hotel Maff to enaute tliat the hall 
Hill be an e\*en greater aurrew than In former yean. 

* * * 

A profuaion of apring hkKfioma will he uaed to 
decorate the hallroom. and ihe atage from which 
Len Acret Orcheftra will play for da^ng. wUJ alto 
he hanked aith noaen. 


• • * 

A hot «upper hat been planned for a hat might 
a ell he a rhlll ainter niglit. Then a ill tw creamy 
chk'ken a la king on golden brown whipped potato 
pattiea. atparagu* tlp;< with llolland.ti*«e catire. and 
nea green peaa. For dewrl, Neopolhan and 
r»»flee. 

* * a 

Mni. G. A- Benton and Mn. K. S. Hum are 

eo*convener* of the affair and Mra It. J. MacKay is 
in charge of dining room reaervatlom. 

* a a 

Mn. M. M. Walker and Mn. W. G Wellhoiim, 
who are In charge of ticket aalet. report parties are 
already being made up for the hall. 

a * a 

Among thnme a ho have made early reterva- 
lion* are .Mr. and Mn. J. Bona Hind, Upland* Road. 
The Hind* aill entertain at cocktail* at their home 

R nor to the hall when their guetl* will he Mr. and 
In. It. J. Barnet, the Rev E. M. and Mn Hubbard. 
Mr. and Mn. H. t). i\ Hunter. Mr. and Mn. M. 
Pitlam. Dr. and Mn. L. N BobeH*. Mr and Mn. 
P. 8. Turk, Mr and Mrs. W. E. Wblteley and Mr, 
and Mr*. W. B. Jnhn«tnn. 


Fraliire of a 

Feature of the gala evening at the 
Empress aill he an exhibition of hath 
room dancing. Dr. and Mrs. Ronald A. 


Gala Evening 

Holtuin. pictured above, will be among 
thoae dancing In the group. 

(Photos by Jim Ryan) 


• • s 

f>r. and Mr*. It. M. f'd nhon. Mount Joy 

Avrmie, will be dinner party hml* before the bail 
Those attending aill he Dr. and Mn. R. G. D. UTifte- 
head. Dr and Mr*. R C. Anderson, Dr. and Mra. 
R. S. Conn, Dr. and Mrs. J. Edmiaon, Dr. and Mr*. 
X... L- Ptak. Dr. and Mrs. Oiris Moore, Mr. and 
Mrs. J. Ledger and Mr. and Mr*. Rodney Taylor. 

* * ♦ 

Another Informal gatheiing will he held at Ihe 

Richmond Avenue home of Prof, and Mrs. Harry 
Gillltand. Guests aUl Include the Hon, and Mf^. 
Ray Wllllelon, Me. and Mr*, l^urie Wallace. Dr. and 
Mrs. J. A. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. J, R Meredith. Dean 
Brian Whitlow and Mrs. Whitlow, Dr. and Mra, 
J. r. K. English. Dr and Mrs. W, Xf. Hickman. Mr. 
and Mrs. RoMn Wood. Prrvf. and Mr*. Hugh 
FanMhar. Mr. and Mrs. Beattie MftcLean and Mr. 
and Mrs. Robert McKean. " 


It’s the Prim Look 
Versus Bare Look 


Annual 


Ball 


N»W YORK il’PI* ir* Ihe 
prim kMvk ver«ua ihe hare 
In evemna t««hKm* tor »pruis. 

ne«iianer Cell Chapman re 
Vive* Ihe fover faahtnna 
Imtn (he Glbaon Girl era for 
rorktaU arwl dinner rloOiea De 
stgner Lula Cattvex '■Uahe* 
nerkUncs so low that even hU 
showroom mndoi* aalied for 
protecUve hook snd eye fsaien- 
era si Ihe from of snme 
dreswe* 

Mns ('hspman’ii Gilwnn Girl 
group onmea in hiarK smt white 
mmhinatwms hla<k. allm ami 
smtrdhtnrpleaied a k i r i • of 
*Tepe eiilWt *ha«n txrmal «k 
fkMtr kngih wian »iih ohue 
(utheil imen or rhltfon bhm*e« 
LO.NG 

The Wmuws have (be high, 


tailored mliar* srtd the IrMig, 
rulfed «levvr« lvp«ia| of (miae 
worn by Uluatrator i.'ha/les 
Dana Glh-irn's Uehionahle 
Uibes ai the lurs of (he 
tury 

Mias Chapman la one of the 
members of the couture group 
of the .New York Drsm laati' 
rule previewing spring and 
summer clothes this week for 
Matting fsehlon editorv 

Estevez, originally scheduled 
(o show with the gmitp. with- 
drew shortly hriore the open 
In;- for reasons uoevpt***>^ 
MTS AIX KHOH 

In most loiic'iums (he king 
and narrow evening dress 
s(c«U the show fr««m the 1u.<>h. 
himffant E«tevez showed 
sheath like formal* with tite 
skinny look relieved only b> an 


atisrnrd shod rope at (ho 
hack ramoiw for making re* 
vealing tlothes. Kstevwz (his 
•eaann not only plunged neck- 
lines nearly to the waist hut 
alsh silt the aide aeams of some 
long tonnals up to mM-lhlgti. 

ShoTl evening gown s out* 
numbered long ones hi the 
Christian Dior conectlon Tho 
firm * chief designer. Yves M. 
Laurent, stresaed the "routided 
line** Its hlgh-walsted stlhou- 
eue reflected kuM fsll's custom 
coMeHion In Psrta. hn which 
the house irsditiooaMv sav^ 
Its splashy news-making onm- 
hors The Pstls spring collec- 
imn will hr shown the press 
Jan 2* 

17 TO 1« INCNRX 
Merrritrres on live plor day* 
linve chuhe* were 17 is Ik 
inches from the floor, (ho 
Mme as most New York manu* 
firturers are showing. a|, 
though .*( • Laurent went 
against the Paris trend last 
fall ar»d hauled aklrla at low 
a* 14 snd H tnrhes. 

A news release on the New 
York mdertion eiiplalrved tho 
hemline varlatinn this way 
'ft musf he emphasised that 
although the general trend of 
fashion la very definifaly to 
longer lengths, (he actus V 
lervgihs vary (o compliment 
the proportmna of spedfte 
drease* and aulls iod slao thO 
wearers " 


•RU.e«RAPPI» 


The munried look fenliirf^ these spring outfit* 
designed by Yves 8atnt-l4»i|rmt. successor lo Ihe 
Ute Pirisun designer ('hnslian Dior. Shown to 
fashion editor* were the tlghtly*heited dretm af lefl. 
of pale blur *ilk twill, and the more kmaely filling 
deep blue dress al ilghl. with full (op. kimono 
sleeves «nd cinched wiisf. Large bruruned haU top 
oif both driaaai (AP Pbolofkx.i 


Skirt! of Bonve cocktail 
cloKrea weie rounded and he||. 
shaped remlnlacenr of tho 
**new took ' nf IM7 which made 
the house famous Walstlirves 
ara allghily higher than noc* 
mal 

fWigner Cluipnvan revived 
'•oe old-time fashton. Oaign- 
er« Adele .Slmpaon snd John 
Moore bmp make the new sea- 
son seem like oM ttmea in 
other ways 

Mrs. Slmpaon hss brought 
hock Ihe classic l edlngota and 
Ihe cost drena. She akowa tlta 
radtngoles^or ' aUpcoyecs’' in 
rtdlnn worn over a cwftofi 
dress, and In silk over a4lk. 
i( Hfm gr\f\*kt> 

Moore. It. who makes many 
of Marilyn Moruwo's ^ apecld 
rH-raaion draaaes. has 'revived 
(he jumper the lerkin and 'Ho 
tunic. Waistlines In his c«4. 
lenton for Talmock art raised 
sUghliy St the frwc 


Mp« j. Edmison. presideni of the Sy-mphony Women's ComnUrtdc, 
Wi. nnd Ml*. R. G. Ntckells, secretno'. chat wilh chef E. K Dreher 
about the supper menu for the hall The dnnee Is one of the 
Symphony's Isrger fund*rAislng projecU end promlifs to be i 
gsis event 


Big 


It'll Be Spring in Winter 








li Ivllil Victwte. i.cu Ju. It. IHt 


'{olllr l> if/ niri 

NoUNeeded 
Mothers Told 


tty Ann Landers 


TORONTO (CPi Throi* hMllhy ckUd •h^tkl4 
■way that h«hy boltk wanrwr. ala thUlMl (ormuU vary wali 
^hwa, tlamra My you 4ofi t U probahly hava { 

***” "■ haul lima eonvtncinc n»o»t 

In an artlcla Iha Amartcvn motHars " 


Daar Ann Landan You arU hav# to tu to taodi lika avary' 
4anf atoua. llo» can you alt I data you. - E-lt 

Uma and tall paopk lo go out „ * . * , * , * . ^ 


Ing IJiam and tUianing lo both aolt )ob U lUMjira a day 
•Ida* of tha aiory? » y«>« any other ra*^ 

can iUm»w ma a roJumn In which 
U*t waak/a woman wrote j *.n^iad dlvoitw. I’ll doiMia 
that her hu*tAnd hit her a lew i^nno to your favorlie chartty. 
lime* and *iaye<l out all nlghl , ^roetlme* autfeat *apara- 
•craalonaUy. You right away tkm. Bui thia k net the aame 
•aid aha dldn t have to put up „ givonw I doo l beUaw a 
wtih *<*ch atuff and you told woman ah«*uld conilnue lo Uva 
her to get a dlwrca 

Tha Mble •«>» *'whal God unteia alw llkea It. ihal la. in 
Ka« )oln«d together lai nn man which mae ah# ahouM gat a fUl 
put aaumtar " Who do you rale with in amhulanrw aervica 
think yog are that you can go and aaiahllah a good Mood tank 
agatnat the word of God* cornartion- 
If you print (hta letiar you'll Thanka for your ktter. E. H.. 
protably loaa your aoft }nb and but you nead new glaiae * . 


*i gM to wondering. m^W 
aome ie*i«. and found the prae- 
lira of warming <tha formula 
waa baaed not on iwee a aliy 
but on tradltum 
Dr. C A. W Curna. Mper- 
Iniendent of Toronto> Hoa 
pttal for Sick (Tilldran mmI 
hia ataff agreea that the aver 


Foster*! Far Store 
Appoints Maooger 


They Helped Bm>st B.C’s (ieiitenary 

Pitching In lo make the Centennial Year a sucresa front, from the left, are Mrs. Philip ('han, Mrs. 

were thew memtiefs of Vkioria’i C'lilneae cnm- Bewe Tang. Mrs. Jack Lee and Mrs. Eric Joe. At 

iminlty who were guests at the “thank-you" diruier the rear, from the left, Mr. Philip ilian, Mr. Jack 
at the Empreaa Hofei on Friday evening. Standing In Lee. Mr. Eric Joe, Mr. Jack Tang -^U'-olonlat'photo.l 


Colfax Rcbckaks 
Name liCadrr 

New Noble Grand of the Cat- 
fax Rehekah Lodge .No. 1. 
lOOK. U Mrs. Dorothy Bran* 
d»*n tecenily Installed hy dl*- 
ttict deputy president, Mrs. 
AUrr Brown. 

Mrs Brandon* offiror* Uf 
elude Mr*. B Colleiie. Mr* E. 
Taylor. Mrs A Higg*. Mrs. A. 
Wilson. Mrs B AOen. Mr* R. 
Kelley. Mrs. Kkmlng. Mrs. ft. 
Eatrtalrn, Mrs E WUson. Mrs. 
M Silver. Mr* O. Green. Mr*. 
R fUni. Mrs M Neil. Mrs M 
Hahn. Mrs. A. Wortay* and 
Mrs M Long 

rarsages were preoentnd to 
the new offiror* hy Mim Edith 
Kelley and Mias Betty Bone. 


Dear Amt Landara; My hua- tlie ho 
haod passed sway three years their i 
ago My «Ml Rickey la It Rec^ WM 
enily 1 married a divvreed man 
wta hs« a sdn also 11 year* of He • 
agSL We hoped they woht<l be piotolei 
{Ml*, hut they flgM •nftvfhing dealt 
terrible and If* making a nerv hnaitUi 
ou* wrwk oui of me My hu*. go ui 
kand'a eon starts all Ihe tneibh 
trouble which 

Rtckey was emoli -'“v f***M*^ 

•haken when hw father paw»ed . 

■way He waa out of an . , 

entire > e m ast er He's still a Ml 
nuindy but imn li improved in * 

many ways Now he eai* well 

and tleepa ih# whole nlghl r”"'« 

ate thi 

Mv Stepaoii la )t,ll plain 
mean >le* I?; an 

R|. key hut pirkr fight* cis.n Oe^ih* 
atantly He gets into Hickey's ,, 
things and wants to have hi* ne|p ai 
way all tha time. heiwee 

My buatand says 1 / 1 lat a wall 


mOMAW BAIANAW 
rur deafgnar and rraftsmaB. 
In carry on Brlliah Columbia** 
oldrat eaubtkhed fur buasnew 
Tnaiar'* Fur Store. eaUblUhwl 
In ims Mr. BaUbaw. who hw 
•J2 years' expartenre m the ftw 
huxlnrof Ihmugheot ihe We^ 
wuh spacial tratnlM m fur dp- 
signing from New York, brtnfs 
s wealth of knowledge In fuia 
f . WttiT** 


NT. MABVK 

Si Mary * Women » Panah 
Guild anoual maeiinf and elec 
lion #r offkvfs will take place 
an Tkaaday at 2JD pjw. in 
parish hall. Yale Street. 


/ AWW Advice 




Gindin" Ip 


t.Nurie Wallarv. provlnrlat mmmittee 
chairmnn. Mrs Frank Rou. Mrs. 
Wallace and Liculmant - Governor 
Rnaa — iCnlnnlst photo.) 


^'inding up a wonderful year of fun 
and scllvity at the VlrtoHa Cenfeonial 
Committee gala award* dinner st the 
^pma Hotel were, left to right. Mr. 


mean* a hd lo ma. Mother keen sent engraved tnvitallona 
aald wrtie to you. If your ht»> friend wants you 

My steady hoy friend la In to acmmpany him. he should 
vlled to hla couain'* weddmg *ee to |i that you get a (wr 
It will ta a big church affair wmal Inytlatien. I'nleaa he 
and ba wants rpe lo go with doe* Wav ai hama and tell 
him I knowrtha hridr to-be Mm not to be aiU>. 
and have t^an her several 

tim-s •im-e tha wedding an ,, 

nounrawienl rane out m the leenaga drinking, witla for 
paper I congramuiad her Ann UmJers’ new hnoklet 
and ahe «id i.-«nk ymi ' and Teen Age Drinking" er- 

'*•* reque*! )Q cent* 

There;* a Mg dinner after m .mn and a large wif 
the ceiwmooy and my ho% ^ire-ed stamped envelofw 
ht. want* me to attend «Ana Under* will he glad 
tha t, t wo. Some of my gtil (r» help \om «ith you* pmh 
triefita have rer-ived engraved lerr- s*rxi them to her i a 
lM*tNt«nn* In the fn«il hut I .-x.e ,.f in.* txna^paper em lov 
haxati I. M\ bov friend *aya mg « •temped. *elf addte**«i.i 
I fhouNt go as HIS gwe«i and envelope < 
nm lo ho atUy AJU.i:.NE law 9 ^ a...... ^ . 


Your Doctor’s Helpers 

Alt your drador's skill si>d know todge go into hU 
prcsrnptlnns. You rsn stwsys depcnrl on our recti- 
Icrcd phaimartet* to fill them with profcs-Hional 
prcctMnn. 

•Tkir E x perience Is Your Prolertioii” 


T Send ihinyfiv* emit in 

^ ' com* t^iamp* cannot he ar- 

; crpiedi tor this iwiiam. la 
*■ M i Laura Wheeler Needlecrafl 

M I I Depaftment. Tha Dally Colo- 

■ III |§ O ' NUi. ao From threat Weal, 

% i I I M I, F ' Tornoio. tMi Print plainly 

pattern number, your name 
atvd addreu 

Tha CI'H Penw*trwT* A*«o- !^*:>d for a copy af ISftt 

elation Will meet on Tuesday Laura Wheeler Needleersft 
ai 3 pm In iha Cryatal Garden. Rook li has lovely design* to 
Officers w-itl be elected and order: embroidery, rrortiet. 

reports heard of laat year * knitting, weaving, quilling, 
arnvtty. lays, in the hook, a *pectal 

a a a «urprtaa lo make a ttttla gtti 

Initiation of new member* of btaipy • cui<Hit doU. Hoihaa 
Ihe E*q>i>m«lt Branch of live *® color Rend 35 cant* for 

Canadian Legion will he, held Ibl* booh 

m«ln» on WM- 
rveoday In Ihe legmn Hall. 3 

Admirala Rood, at S p m ^ 


PMONK! 


• rRKIM RlPTiO.NH DM.IVKKF.I) 


McCALL DAVEY DRUG CO. 

EV2-MM or EV2-M1S 

SHELBOURNE DRUG LTD. 

EV 4 -SlOC 


Tha MacLeod S..ricfy of bu*tty hlack heard Mr* 
Vancouver Island, again this W'ohifeGordon Mid *he waa 
>r*i moved Ihe dale of lit an 

^ *ion had been that of a he a ntad 

pual dinner. Ihis lime to h«mor |fmn»iar 

the daughter ofjheir chiefiiun. was one of the original 

Mrs Woingo/Wdon who ar . v*i of “My Fur tody" and 
rived on Friday. »««h the part of Th«ma 

_ . L- • ncrkeit In T 5 Eliot a 'Mur 

Tha dinner »• .^Uy taM ^^Mn Iha Caihedral’ a! .-hrl*. 
on the hirlhdajr of Dame EPtra 

Maclxvd wha will hr si on , ,, _j 

rrt- » I.... Kk.™ .•’r* 

- .n,jnrt Ih. -i-h. »( John . iwl- P.lrhk, 

ho4nta^ »«. n .hd th. .... •' *«r »' " ;; 

.n..d tn J.n i >o.ms.». ,n.nl»r "J 

men! m La*» Aher>ler-; 

T1*e .‘s:j ■•'s. sow foui •I !:.- -MU, had not heas a 
years ol.’ ‘t- •’uw - ojTw:e«| fignl for mine 

dinner* a> Ihr (\*k Bay Beat h than .10 >ear\. *o it waa really 
He:.*! .•rd o“ K» : Ipy evening. • riemendnu* triumph when he 
Mrs Fbo* MaeftonaM. hole! n.m with a majority of AOno 
owner was annther *twmsl and the pimidr«l rrwmher of 
gurai. (hr family wa* hit grand 

Ml*. Wolfige . f;ord.m Wolrtge (.Gordon 

Ortually was due. in Wtinia 

osiiiM m the week abtwrd ihe A younger aon. Robert will 


Tha Chem« .Mil* Hoapitsl 
Auiil^ry and Untied Chun h 
Women '• AaMvcta'kwi are hold 
-ng lointly. weekly ihiiD lalea 
Donations of go«st u<ved cloth 
Ing and ro»»ume lewellary have 
''v-'-n aoikitad, and the ladle* 
have recondlttoned many Item* 
of children'* rlmhint. 


HA\1C 


HEARD 


Ml* C. A Rermte «va« re 
elected pr~«ident of Ihe (iiiild 
of the I'nurrh nf St Gemge the 
Martyr at the rarest annual 
iTweting Other officer* are 
Mia* M Turner, wapreakleni; 
Mrs E J lUfWomi •ecretaiy. 
Mr*. C M <tewart, treasurer. 
Mr*. A. Edmond*, executiv* 
member 

It wa* repiHted that a total 
of Sl.7XT.OI wa* raised by varl 
ou* pra)e«-ta dtiDng Ibe year. 


PRINTFD PATTERN 

M275_ 


S|irinf'fi liTsn ami l.osrj) SlirNlh 
.Aiifully lUirsnl to Drfinr Figiirr 
mOMt.HF.NT DKAKiMUl 

Pre s en ting tha Bucc a ai .Siyl* of our prominani Da- 
tlgnar aersea - faverad above all oiheri this spring hy our 
editors and you, our raadan ' Artiatk, young dea.gner 
GInny Stuixlan hrllavea In praising the figuie eompli- 
meniary curve* at yoke and hip* of Printed Pattern M775 
suggest a wtllowy. long walated look. Thta lean and Wnety 
taaptng of the xheath adapt* to the moat exciting fahrb's 
of the new *ea*on 'hot' paxtei wool and }arxe>. *ofi. 
touch silk prim*, city going cotton iweed* Whichever y*m 
choose, sew and wear this xuperh routure creation with 
the aaatManca It wrtll he “top fashion' for many aeasora 
to come. 

IMnted Patiein M37!i la available In Miwex' alee* 10, 
12, 14. IS and IS Hit# IS requtrea 3*a yards JS-Inch fabric. 

Send one doUar for Printed Pattern .M373 (o Tha 
Dally Colonial Pattern Department. SO Front Street We*t. 
Toronto. Ord. Please print plainly your name, address wllh 
tone, style number aitd aiae 

Next M«w4i~tAa4r4» far a rramtaent Pealgwer Pal- 

tern hy Nagnrgoy. 


LA.NGFOHD It waa an 
nounced that fkirdon I'nlied 
• ' iirch WA, l.eingfotd mad* 
Skis during IW Tl>e group’* 
profari* for UFA will he 
further Otutch and AunAa> 
-hon| fiimiahing* The an 
nual rongregational dinner and 
meeting will he held Jan. 30 
at X m p m In ihe Hall 


delav* ahe cf Tie • in^ to m-v. and aiih hi* wire will return 
Ing the dinnci ir hrr h-rvu *« »he Abetdeenahlrw home m 
In .‘Seattle on Thiirt-’*), learn and Mr* Wolrtgr Gordon 

log the *1 .p w.Kildiit a.five in will return to Skye after 31 
VicinrtB'iioiii -xitirdav *'»e -‘i. years absence 
cided to flv here When *he Mr* Wolrlge-Gordon wa* 
announced thlsthate ‘.va* a hit impressed hy her (iral trip on 
of a fui'H* hui an realumg a cargo chip and her fir*t trip 
her predirsinent c>»'^* *iul through tta Panama and al 
IntmtCta'IOO offletaJs went io IhovigK she loved every minute 
smrk lo atrlonth the way for of it. It the ever gne* hy 
her to make the pixrve trip freighter again she'll know to 
here and she arrived two allow time (or the weather and 
fioui* befnvt (he dlnru-r unkwdtnc In port* 

la an Infiurnal. friendly Keatcd at the head fable 
chat Mrs Wolrlge (Uinhin with the gueit of honor were 
t»lke<1 about her mother and Dr and Mm Hector MacLend. 
member* of her immediate Major Alex MacLeod. Mr and 
family Her ann. John hetr lo Mr.-.. Jamea Marr Mrs Edith 
Dame Flora, who i* attei>dinf MacLeod. Mm Norma Mac 
McGill I'niversit) wUi go hack Donald. Mr* H. A. Brekwitb. 
fe Scotland ihia summer and Mtsa I Rohertsnn. Ml** Judy 
will he pyrient for Ihe Mac Nkholaon and Mra. Dorothy 
L^od Parliament in Auguai in Wmtnnwskl. 

Dunvegan Castle ■ 

He U than very Hksly lo re 

turn to Canada and to the fV"*’***^-*-.^ 

We«t hi- mother utdi Jnhn EbQa^H yy 
sraa here last aummer imwg ■jUSjV ^ j 

niio and met aeveral mem*^ * / 

•r the rlao hefe Refetrtnt. lo 


"■ iMcio. 5MK DID r&SHIOKZD 

Jiniar} Fabric Sale Coatinaet 

AIX ITKMR ARR FROM Ol'R RrXtl'IAR RTOCK 
OF HKIH QL'ALm' MFJirHAM>INR 

Here Are g Few «f Ihe Rig AhxkNpi: 

Frialed CiHtom 

Regular to IMS. 

DM PatatoaMt Ftiea Oi 


ACTIVE 


BRjnHH IHBAFL 

The Vieiorda Branrh of the 
Brillah-Urael World l>derB 
(ton. epnada. will hoM Ito 
annual meeting In the New 
aiead Hall on Monday at S pm 


es tad Checiu In Rmbroklered 
lO^ Weave 

ride. Beg to IIJS. *1 


/ #tRbs 

'fu mm al Ctopsf af 


KTFX'UL GROI P 


EiOeU Dm Weight Wnnhi 

gad Rktart 1W4s 

Begular to SSAS- S^gg S 


Havt Your Eyts 
Exotnintd 
Regulorly 

HAROLD S. TtMBERUKE 

NORMAN T. JOHNSON 

FfSfOW SFICfAiaiSrf 

•S3 YATtIft O't-UlS 


LorcLoa 5 ilk 


Vmrr Fatolr 
Centre In 
VIrtofto 


EXCLUSIVE 

CATERING 









M o n I ■ gsff 

BRIDGMAN 


f.kimo • f * Ci/h 


COKSCT 5PeCtAlTV#SH0Mt 


MowSt Mishaps 
In Sidney 
Speed-Caused 


Finds 

Home 

— Mn^rm 


Sp*#d wii ih« rtii 3 » of most 
of th* 41 r^portabk frofhe 
•crMkmi wbH^ orrurrMi In 
NiHih Soanirh l«vf y*«r. 


Mid In hit fvpnii lof IVSS. 

At a Intuit of tUt accidanlt. 
M prrtunt injuiad and 

IHoporty damaft of mor* than 
rnsuiiMt 

Only ma)(tr nimt ^l« th# 
area durmf (h« >e«r «^at the 
huitlan of iha Kidnoy Uquor 
atoie The rulpilta >*er« 
quirhiy caught and con\lc»H 
It It e«timated that ahoul 2M 
ratn mo«t of them traffic 
rhaigc« vveia heard In SIdttoy 
r«Miri during the year. 


• It-orc* notrla imi-Ii. 

Aroraa of op«Alr»UM» 
mm» la whea ihe khaah «m 
»«• Of lac ad u piWia. aiaay of 
thata fraai VIrtorte. 


Tonight 


RallirMinK Ull rtrlor ii dHIrslo >oh carried out Hy 
chlt/ enginort Trd Prothrmr.* WhirHn* at 
rpm’a, tall rotor hax to he la-rferily halamed It 
cnfOpenMitea torque from main rotor and contrub 
direction of machine ahile It la hovenng. 


Cherkln* of Hfe preserver* and other ecfuipment by 
Mm. Evelyn M H enaon ta impmianf part of anmM) 
oveihaul at \'aiH*ou\er bland Mrli<--«)plera Ltd. 
Machinea eel eneme chance after fiOO houn and 
cucnplete o\erhauJ every 1.2UU houn. 


“Early Yiettriaa” 

QuMa f^r aur . 
house here ir« 

An old eetaia. 
ha* had . . tta S| 

The home tlii! a d 

gfe> kNM . A I 

well hack the 

road. 

T w ■ t antidiie * 

hUad ih# 
rhir\a Spode. 

A long curved drive teases In. 
An 1 Mjanierad along A peek- 
ed wHhtn 

The great rooms empty. >at X 
MW a lorgrtetie. 


Oiccklnc out overhaul of one of three whlrlxhlrda 
operated hv* the comfiany U opentlona manager 
Robert Taylor. IaikI summer he and chief engineer 
Ted Proiheroe Rew helicopter !S.OUO milec from 
Texu to Aklavlk. 


Cxipler Business Booms with New Jobs 


irds Expand JVest 

I Workshops, Land Added 
By Firm at Patricia Bay 


IH’Nt A> — ■ A me m arl al 

arek. erected at the emrahce Smmirh 

lo Maple MmMilaia Park. 

reuteimlal prw|M^ mt >Mrlli rv H 4 


a charier mrry nut aeital :-iid* He utd mmt |n«u>anre 
•praving. re*eedlf'g amt nnp ..-.. -•♦e# prefer npeiaiinnal 
du*tmy. aa weD at flying puni* «irr: at >aat Sno hours 
training ^ logged 

The<w •ciMi-M ai* In addi Vam-ouver island Helitirp 
fkut ill fioght and pa - -.gn teta ha* ttauved iia own ptlrd* 
f __:;rg llw mi.ivry wnth and which like fboae of mc=«l Mhei 
timber ng hairdled by r4*mp«i.ies aie pn ived trum ek 

(lie jar.; -|nce ll waa perteined flvedoing flyer* 
fmn.ed In 1» • Mr Tt>k>t *a* «n RCAF fl> 

li th.^ me -» last year ing ir*iiur*tor 

hew -A,?! "jt lirmevei. after 25 hour* fly 

“ i.'w itia> 2 000 hour* oyer |ng irrslrtM-iion in heli.\:p«er* 
i---Tve nt the r<*uglte«f renain pilot* ran receive an er>doi*e 
the wu:iit ment on the /lying breiw 

A’p-i r*M «ti ihiee ma- 

t«e fnr the anru«l nvr> • 

haul In pieparaiPm fm of CjOUtCtiftriOti 
the •ea*e>'t nperattnn* in the 

"r^rnSn? ... ..p-i FllH of Pep 

n i%itr mer the enlarged field ■ 

of ni-eiaiirtr'. pariictilaHy in Hk-S MOl.SlJ. |nwa Lul* 
aerr: ->f artd reaeedmg <'art 1 /ale* who aMi tried wide 

f^peraiK-T:: n:r:»fcf Rnhert alter* . I4 vear* ago when 
Tav‘ i *ald arhiilioriat wftrh h* took a 21)eai-oM hTnle al 
'••op aiea and p-::il *h»»|i aie the age of N 6 la 100 year* old 
undri rn*-ttociloii Han aod •till fut! of pep '.am 
gar nffke arrd workMiop at #*»*, « hall •-■'heinkee Irwlian 
{w. ..cnt cover .lifn aquaie feet *ui a :enientiial hirihdav «ake 
While tbeie i« a need f;t; Wednesday with hit wife aiid 


Arvii nld fashioned rnuplet In 
a mmuet 

1 paused awhile I’rourte my 
hearing fal*e<. 

The fTuiaic ( hanged ... a faat 
■wirh wall/ 

1 hlinkrd mv eyes, the rooms 
empiy again 

hul ba*k in the garden t(Ul 
the refrat.. 

W'eaiher white berschM. atiU 
on the lawn. 

In the lea house chair* froni 
far Cev lon 

I mu*. ' akmc a atepptng 
Mnrte path. 

Bfunhed out leaves ... a 
marble bud bath 

A rsvse tfelit* ] stralfhienad. 
hv a ravine 

Walked » 

’neath the «* 

aich wror 
iron A ru*< 


Heeve M R kMtWf ^..leedal 
the laie*i Mneeting of rr-*iral 

, . i»..i.cit in -lat I 

In :* 5 ve ryvil tleferi. . 


fiesptle lira brl nf that then 
:;e had kee; Wasied In ihe 
1 st. .‘iiiin'*’ agreed in a meet 
wir li *e **'<..** namea 
rtf of‘ 'ha lr.:vgdnimani pian 


04» kljONti 

**| II fn, in nne more mes^ 
mg " Jid rtie leave la an*->er 
In «' Lamoni s pka ri 
If II dxesn I work thi"' la the 
U*l ll~a !'■• do M 
Mae* ng wa* « ailed fof * p m 

• If f....*er«niy will none nut Monday si ihe mum* ipa* hal' 
her* wh<i ( an talk *r--«e I'm 
dtwav* w!;i:.vg to ' -’f -*td 
the reeve •hiit - man 

Wlwi rama even ihreair»-r»l tn 

iJ:-n pTL.ple over the • art 

I rr. r a f»>ol. I'm t:r.i 5 --:: g 
to . In people '>ke lhai na 
•*' larert 

I '- - ■ :ijif Rav - t*. • 

fnrmeriv held ihe pneiiion now 
(tiled hy M. iwa> ' agteed 
ihal oppn. *nia of civu defei e 
were !;i*ii(ied m many of llM>ir 
••hteiii 


SEE EUROPE FOR LESS! 
RSK BLANEY'S ABOUT 


h ••* ap(e«‘- I to • 


fJiAMPU .1 13 dap— 7 ceonky lew. IIAJOO 

(••aw w o»«af . o»f tat • *wto« • n*u • i«mMc 
•>•«• **«i#((«i»a - Rf*a»* *••* *• t—a»» ••••■a** •« 


Hn»i» fi»#'«srrc*<‘f 


til iooflas llaasy's Trass! toreiM IV 


LINGERIE AND HOUSECOAT 

CLEARANCE 


• »l* Mr Ti.. t.vt doesn I aoiirt 
hail heec made on the wirmg paia a -■ -f sS>jdenl pilni* al 
ba«v VI5 an hour aloU in the wimt*;- 

If the isMirt of rev! 

turns demn our pr -- — 1 on the .. . * >.. ■ «> < * 

as*eMmenl he*r then we w»H i.luh Kohhrry 

have to protest agawat indi Sritlmr^t 

viduai a»*r**ments. one by 

.me he said VANmrVKR U P l^n 

Mr Wood *aid be d:-covered ' Lxe 2b was w • ed 
an error In Ihe ha«i» of a--- - f*r ■* ., to two vest* each on 
meoi during a- ..:erv»ew with “-a»ge- “f irvhhr.. wisr vio 
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meni appointed court of 10 
virusn nest month 

The move fc ‘ « --..•ly 
on .-vaar'vh mum.-:palllv • de 
risMvfi to register pmie*?: 
agai?;-* nveiaiJ a»se**r.-.‘- m 
hnth srhon-* dlslrk*« which 
:„-.rr the munit ipality 61 
and AX 

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piete*!* against as*e**mems. 
ull) be held in Raank'h muti: 
ii|ia! hall Feb 2 for distrtrt 
Kl A...-'. Feb 12 f»t disKHi il. 

■P'e •' t •»( |CVl“ :zi frt» 

iViilial •« mum>.paliiv 

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to derermtrte whai a....mr"'*l» 
lion fond arvd miter supplies 
were avai-«hle in the r- r»J 
etnergm) the rc>iirn;:i.M *'^l 

f)*»ie«»s.' ‘ hr five word "ile 
fei.ee war ' * 1-1 by manv of tire 
rminrU Their ferling* were 
' -ffimed up by •‘t.»r W 

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'fli go a* ng wir. the «s 4 fn 
mlllee ahing the *Urtrs of « ivil 


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tMhei ofiM-c-- are Jorrn 
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Alfred Glenne. f'creiaiy- 
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pule Ihe level o( a“se*Ariveiiis auviltaiy of Ihe United llsher- Ihe t amphell RiVc 
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('ential Haanuh * ...mplalot Tlie wranen a oumhei of Vh- ;>ie«ident uid 
will he Ihal llte a*se**n>enl whom have ln*t relative* at aaaiat the •ampaign 
h«=!- used, which inneaeed sea were told thal Ihe United 
the merall ■**e*smenl hy 11 mate* ('r>a*t Guard ha* been 
per cent this year. I* In . a.u • e**fu| m a high percentage 
cored nf re*r ue rvperaiinn* and 1* 

The municipality’s brief will am* patrol vast arOM of 
>-l*im Ihal faimihf land tn the «ater 

ate* •hoiild he a*M*«ed on the 1 -^, auxiliary made the ded 
Iwisi* nf what the land will pto |wn week# after Willijm 

diiiw. raiher than on the ha*.a y hu 12 year old rom 

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4 A 9 The Irish In Us 11935 drama). James 
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7.14 The Master Rare >1944 war drama). George 
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♦ l#.Jg KHm of Death <1947 dramai. Victor Mature. 
Coleen Cray Brian Doolevy- 4 . I Sell Anything *1954 
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4 Jg Ktiig's Rhapeody 11955 English musleall, 
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4 J 9 That Certain Woman (1937 drama). Betta 
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|gJ 4 The Man 1 Love (1944 drama). Ida 
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IA 99 He Mamed Hie Wife (1940 drama). Joel 
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IA 44 Four Sons *1940 war drama), Don Amerhg 


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EASY TERMS o ... 52 -• $789 $1299 

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Ltd r::^r,“Jar 54 •»— $791 >1295 

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REPAIRS i 7 ai >*aoi T nitaa.;uAaa >IU 8 / $1075 

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JOHNSON $1295 — mu $ 84 S' 

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$1099 su.u-«, $1899 

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Pali prs* AAM 

$33 Per Mth. 


Pall prtea II MA 

$55 Per Mth. 


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$59 Per Mth. 


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Sana $ 2 |y/ H AuartH haaist _ 

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55 Buick Special “ iilLHlIL'an’iSr „ 

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rsr $2087 r T*?sr ' voi Kswager 

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With 

THESE BUYS 


AT OLSON'S 

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^^.Miaar Worronty ! INCLUDE TAX AND 

PLTIMX«Ta > Daaa *aSM Tnn’ ! 1959 

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ptntoirTH A.CHM M 4 AA T UU ! I $14 Per Mth. 


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Open Evenings Till 9 

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4 UAsr Ba 4 as IHsAnas 

Sr $1699 


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Pintoom A-pAse MsA 
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$535 

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$645 


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$1099 

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Air ftAAMIASAA. MTS AM * All 


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$14 Per Mth. | 
51 Ford. Custom Tudor 

IAaW«a SAAiat. 

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Pa 4 STM t«M 

$38 Per Mth. 


56 Dodge 

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ta* m. las miIaam Izas* ’ 

rr $ 1399 ' 


SMALL CAR 

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, $549 

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Air rSMWMSAA. ISTS AM * All 

$1199 52 Ponfioc Sedon 


56 PlyrrioutK 

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X7ma $1397 


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$44 Per Mth 


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' tm $ 379 ^ $947 =»='i::: _ $1495 

46 **”'*"” V 4 AA ^**$847 55 $1595 

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RANDALLS <ER & STEPHENSON 
LIMITED LTD. 

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IM liowMMft M IV ««U 4 mm am*»* »wrMti, t*r«> lt*(M 

LUXURY ' 

WTr, * 55,000 apartment 

rentals S'^toS: 

ft— Am MM |*M*»Vkl»J ' ^ ^ _ T*u now iiSiO CDUM-tKO 

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$14,700' 


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DN FAIRFIELD 

I 6 -SUITE APT MOUSE 
I FUaV FURNISHED 
Rev«r>ti« S470 Monthly 
WILL TRADE FOR 
' HOUSE OR DUPLEX 

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yL,T%l*T $30,000 

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1^1 ' i Sw»4ay, imm. 10, 1900 

pARRY j TAYLOR ^ P- BROWN FINANCIAL I IM HOn«m FOB UAL 

FOSTER LTD. SPITTAL j 9 ^ «•*«• SURVEY LTD. 

nn iS5!l2i’2? %ita. LANSDOWNE *“* RITHET 

ROCKLAND ,-j^ 

t-i rv#cfc.i n^\r\AAC N(JW * ■» 3 p» • N#»M* *r • <>*• •< Mr* — < tmomimt- 

ELEVEN ROOMS l^wTv *«*«• *m m r*a%.«M ku- tm mmu m ** n *Uf«.| I I i i 

1 A/**nriAk.ir^ ***■ ** n k«t** m *iui Am , mm** htck mA Um »«Um* Ut«* ^ I Lx« 

I ACRE LAND , |C cr ^ Mb^kMMMi »uk C^.amLa mm. nsSm «l - ^ ^ 

. . I j f* »«•» *M ftbf (.murr mmoomii »*•»*• ^ mt in rarr c 

I B«outttuily Lonotcoped i^/v\ ***• i.imm** a«im i* nr , 

r A aI w TLJcr $4J,oOO *Ak *11 k**i ilA 9 m 

S#o ond Moontotn V» 9 w I Hr i wnn n »«■»** fci*.t*f« t* «i** rt»u rtin .. 


Tharry 

FOSTER LTD. 

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un 09«<iU4a «T •« I lui 


$30,000 


8 SUITES 


ROCKLAND 

ELEVEN ROOMS 
1 ACRE LAND , 

B«outtfully Londtcoped 
S#o ond Moontotn V» 9 w 

A my «ft*m m IwA M *rM»rty 
4 *H*M tmt Iftrn f*MI| *101 
Mfi mMM Thm k*ikr«aM* 
*M* MM* MltaA »1 tHri-**!** 

$20,500 


LANSDOWNE 

room to live 


NOW 

IS 


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W 'm3m »r»* 4 Mr** m • <m>4 wt »• Mr* 

MATS* *M AM r*a^.«M ku- TM Mwk* 


IN rarr n* 


THE 

TIME 

TO PLAN FOR , 


W»k r*****M4i . 


, rsrsi ■«■»» UPPER 

ito* *y 4 mi 


HI-QUADRA UNIVERSITY area' 


NSDOWNE 


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|M, fMA aam *r.t mmIImI 
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‘ DUPLEX 

Ps: i:: 

a»M H MyrMt. ul raMii MwMy **T.-**rL 

It «*, rJfiM t»naa*r An Mr f£L ’SJ jfjL, .* **» . .H* J* 
«P Mr UattMTA K«« HMKj, *?*, **“_* ^._r** *f?. ^ 

fcvisui MM. M* t*iM Mna* vamr 

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lift MNINBM 2 * ^ 

oppoKTi'NiTini Kn $22,500 


riiA<* ' II lh>iu» 

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M Aptfinma I 4 < 4 i 4 a Metat* **4 
all IlftM M OHawacpM n MinMi 

uui A 9rtmsMo« Loano 

m OawanMi turn 


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4 Mta« ArtMA* AkfiA* RM 

m^-A. $22,500 INVEST NOW 

Morm Pr.c« go Up 
randalla Liatmcn ^ SUITES 

• 1 ^ ft. ftaaa kvacjm; Do Lux 9 • Au^omotic 
i Trod* • Cosh • T*rms 


Mr Han*, rvaa BV *«I 4 «r 
Mr KmAbu. ana. IVAMlV 


HAGAR'S 


fttoi-ftV'Ato* mivus 
wait* MAtaa Aaata* oa* WM ' 
ftaw aUt wotra WHk fail h«ab 
kam w u Art** m aarayn a*«h 
aid* ' taaft Mit* aaaata** ml t 
>1 irna*. RrlBf raaat. ftmb,*a« 
kaiaiaaau a *4 tlulMa* tack 
*M* iMW lar MS Imm A*«* I 


PARTLY FURNISHED Kl LJ A 

Gross Rtfvtnu*, SS.SOO 3636 SAANICH RD. IN M /\ 

EXPENSES $000 , Mcxiern Stucco Hos mod* it postibl* for 

ST?;^i£S^-.:^;*BASEMENT suite you to oam o phic* of 

a-jr,r. vias r‘-si)srr“i..“r.. 2 r'-nLa'i 

kaAAMk* U *kH* * 4 MM* *R ar*| • *** VT — ^ 2 rTll ^ « 

w aa *«**UMt MsU ml r*a*ir i V* . * * ” * ** !*P** «»»•€ r*a» «a*a«| am MAT* iwCMkSK) TK» RV- 
•aA atuaauarlr Aw n awA Tk* *•*••** ****^** tlt k ram r AM' . (•SHTaiiM gy OUR «tw»U 
wtuaAa ara M nm alaM **aAi-*|lP atnUntaimu ram m<^' faftTlCIMTW ACIIBM*-* 
iLtt teM* ama Ml ' il**r. I mmrnt iMraaM* IIOOM wvum vou Cair takr aimaii. 


• m •»'i. k .aiUBi , , ^ 

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MMtf ban *mt IMM »J*M Rv ibA na. Ikn^, bail ytaa, raAM *« 

•ID baaai* witk mMarUrr > t W Mb <•* M*ain* kiubM aaA MMt. aM 
a»Mtkir aatMMiU. »i'<ycr\/\ **»r! iww i a INU baa*. tMM|MaA*A 

rwu. wuc* $I3,500i2.^;i:i ^ 

Bvl.kMI 15*- S^3,950La.m.' 

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T Ti«tl kllC rn *V l-lftA 


Mala lataltM AR Milt* batlt ia| 
!*•« M >aar» Catartar ml iM 
bull Alan M •bH* • 4 MM* AR ar*| 
w aa amtlMt atsu ml r*a*ir i 
aaA atuaauarlr Aw n ataA TM 
V'^MAa biA M Dtat-alaM mmmdt- \ 
Haft, larta aaA «Ml >aa 4 *B*a*A. 
attk fttMiy W t«*M fat arralaf ■ I 


mm ara*. ) •*•• 4 P» bata m 4 aaaMA katk* 
Mil Maa, raiai art ■awaa baAraam PO 


$19,900 


n**M aaU 

coonmt* 


MT. TOLMIE 
1590 MORTIMER 


MUST BE SOLD 


DRIVE BY 


tmk ^tr ZTtmm 1 >*Olk bMlIlSl •I■•LAW m GOOD, 

Ml ^ blMkMaA^^ ‘ 4 -aooai kA»BHRVt BUm WfTM 

Tftia a^ b* AmSm lar 44 A.aat fUiMftlRa Oaaar* k*«M traa* 


r AJtnciFRTMXr a c ■ a M B - cm to ba* r m 
WfttCN you CAM TAKB ADVAM*' KhaaU mmrn atoaa* 

TAOB or IT Tov wiaa I Amit* a toAraa. a-ae* i 


Aava Aa aauiaMMt aRp*riaatty 
to fat ntalftabaA m ibl* baaibaa* 
* *• a •natt ia*aa*ma> TbM wiU 

S37.000 

OMtart t V. to aainiDaaa 


taatty , (rrraA IMIt* by- «M«a b» ■*A*| IK.1^1 liDP 

****** aatatMMi Ml* a*a tkk balarai MNvVJirXU 

a viUrM bar AIAM <1 i Cr^i ^ . . >h.» . , 

/yyj A.*. rtUl HIM > I I ,DUU |SjnW 

«na «#rk MMiaAb. INV.XYY 

BTi AiAi *aa o*4Jii4 foo wiu. *B n«AaAim.T ruft- 
nttaao AT Tin aotahtaoh 
t COSY wBMAT»Toorr« 

PIM<* mi: a*r Or*M to ■••** 

RFTIHEAAFNT iMgbaa* at BV 4 * 14 A aa)um 


Mkato. at* Tw^STtaTut: tiy 

Ataalt* a baAfMA 4 -aea balk *M I •••*. ataaM HMaaiaa ■** in 
biuitM banMMM OUA^AaSS ^ ***■ '** j** to ta ***** 4 

aaUtoa «W tSIm t*52Jto'«^^ 


aaxiMO raic* $ 1 6,800 1 

e. Oaifaatto BVt-AUl. 

B«M Ofb 1 .|* 9 A 

smoTTB ATA a n na T 

Cton M Tftaa 

P»ar Mraa 4 -taaM aattoa aaaaiai. 
1*4 *4 1 litU AiMaa 

t«M> lam I 4 »i* btiaa taan. 
btuMM. battoaaw a*A tkftim* 
kau Ob* bacbtoar aalt* caaaiat- 
lat ml RtkiA rmmrni. kittowa. **A 
kalbraaai AU* taar •*'***• Tatai 

2r^**rSLS $33,500 

O. Cams (a* BV *.A 44 l: i 

B*a* oaV-IAM i 

■AOAB a avATH* Lm { 

•i« Tau* *A 


Ker 3 ! 

a •« 

Stephenson 


m “to AUTO COURTS 

* •• ^ ^ 0 ^ Alt r 0 % F 0 ftAa*f« 


MilBM. mw immt UlMltlMi 

• $12,75C 

M. 4 AA A*«». balaw* arraagaA 

B abaaa A M MW*#, 
•AktlTlMa OiailABt. 


Sr :T' $8200 > 797 ASF 

a MDl^ Bar OUL *T a-MAA aa* BV AAlta r*r ialar«utM 


r* Ma* In'bto Alia** iIm aaaaAMta. 

g/n^' ISSO BROOKE 

5 3191 CARMAN 

tftOOO 1797 ASH RD. 


OAK BAY 


I lAAMACULATE 

I Aaoou BTVCCD BimQAI^ 


* S 32 . 4 S 0 ktoia (M ••••* aitk l«N baa*. , Ua*A baaaawat vttb OU-O Mauct I Jl 

- _ • T * MM a*A *«i«A 4 M Ml kato AB ka* 4 . A ‘laMt m* ' tot iMlraA 

C BVftnM aatiMb* miu m *a*k arr •*• iwatakaA > tato* *r mmR laflMly Caa I k* onA tom 

AM raMatIf iaairtiaA m paatat k«ai tar faaA tat**' Itoaair**, raataabAto 
Wiamw MCMWft ttu «« k** •*» laaaa**a *4 Ubn 4 aa* rift tmma »M 

•• I »ftU ftr>to mlr > 1 ^. 0 ^,.*. 

kaTtow O Mfu tom I • mS ‘ "f* **t •» !»■ * »iM kn 

Saaaftoa* kaS taTTUir ^ »» t-t*** ■» ' 


CITY 
REVENUE 
25^0 1 

ft MA WILL luaD<.B 
Itor HatlMP ktonaaUM 

1 1 m ftoA ST b-MlI A t. Wacaa, 

rtoMaktoi'ia a*A aA»*a fmap p»M 

|m AfMtawMa toaMi Mata aM 

' *a tyya* ft CmmmmMI riiifartlM 


M atoaaa *AN 

ta/fttosK 

•V 4 < 4 Uf 


mto ro 

at tarAM 

$9000 


Waar to iM kaaat lm avaar ftaa 

MOTOR COURT iSh.Xi.’:;; 

_ an* far napnUab ml amwa* 

ft aiua«u»aty UrtiUkaA aaiu kama Tft* yrtaia *4 ifttaa 

Caatrai kaat atonrta kttobatM pr apart laa raTlaat ~i Tin 

■m la l*M 4 f aarAMa Mtra laa* **toa ftaik an aactouta tmmm 
lm TTattor fark alb AM i* MaAto <to* *m ba haaAMA r«r Ub A* 
Wft aaattAw aaiwM* * 4 t*t **•« am /\/\n 


$1500 DOWN 


SNAP 


mac?ft t>i*aa«M aaa*** ntatlar mrato, HX* $7200 

$7850 tml Thti k*M* If to k*MUt«l 7 >Mi AmJ «M s raak^U ^ 

j c aaAa to b. toft** aaA m*. Atftoabar BVimC 

SEE THIS! mlVftftn 


REVENUE 


loiAto lm a- 


rw -rank** aarilMlar* aMiaat A 
Harm BTtoMM. raa. BTtoAftI 


OAKLANDS 


I lA ratal I r» aalto m aaia 
naar toratokai l-biA f nfw ag. 


"LANSDOWNE AREA’* . 

NEW SIDE-BY-SIDE 

DUPLEX I EXCLUSIVE 

ftfk ma* baa lam ntaa tmm I, CAL.LUbl Vt 

tUTTZiS^ :S"Ai2Sa FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 

S:Sn ^A"v!S low down PAYMENT 

- - fftto Ma* artarntoA. tnaiaA kbit 

Bi. BaanaA* VT « bot BV tonal tnm lb* tab L aato ana 


BBJt A I T B AB BI IA i m LlimCD toAtosry aantMtoM* tar a M 

. _ inraiir ar to* aartatoa om M 

m ni iraaiM tom* raraitotA aaartaaau **l- 

A*to a raaaMy lilftAft r**k w 
iiafta, MMtoaattoa br aaaatai- 


ANOTHER 


5*1 PAT^**^^HiCHWAY GORDON HEAD 

J SIDNEY AREA 1 "A Homc 

T' ft MV Down ~ AbAft DOW* Tl_^ar_ r\ll al‘ 


> 1 . ftxrm rmaaftroM 
I LTtI tfti Oatiiaaiiai 
BV a-Atk*. taa BV toAMA 


COMMERCIALLY 

ZONED 


$13,200 • 

* to, tVtoMJl 


ftpaytaf aa* ft ik* toato ••,*!**•* ' ' '' 

toraitaMt ba Vaataa*** ItiaaA. a*i , 
an*r tar tala i tol a to aMf at kai. *„ V 
I Mto yrto* (kt* tor«*to barn «ltb 
I laraa baArwM ft- lift** yam. JftTft 
I rii ipfaiaL f iM aa aatariar T»a , ** .* 
I «atf • aaalabaaa hMm «ftwk 
I ml*« *• tk* amaat tba* J*. ‘ 


' "A Horn* FAIRFIELD ' 
Z. Thot's Different"! £Sr.r‘-S-S 

c * — ..jsrjir." 162001 

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7 ^ *4 amt aa* bma* Tft* lam m fto» Oma at BV a-AIM aariito* , 


SNAP 


■ aa* Atokaa-V m to aaau kaan t t*. _ffti a-aMla airal* k-r* ****** 
, mm Into ftl. vM Imi traa* aaA ^Kn*ato* Mb* torn Itokft *m> 
I aatak fraita-Mfty nr ml aba* . bal tmmtm. mm kiiibf tma mmma. 
\ yia aab V«y kaaaa *M taraMar* | tmrnrm l<n* bathn* Oaran- 


raiaaA haarth Ibiptoi* i 


A-ROOM BOMikAtmr 
WU. BAMIAftMT 
LOW TABU 
BaVT TVftMi 
BAaVMBMT OiUiAOB 
MOVT M BOIO 

$5000 


r*u n** 


$6300 it- air 
LAKE HILL TZm 
$2500 DOWN ivi5: 


Ml tat mm* *a**to ttoaaty 

ir KTS-_$5600 

■ nma*» M.AM aaA bAA to* 

1 UMDAL to ■ koorm 
BV a-Avn BV 4 . 4 MB 


SALE 

TRADE 


HARDWARE 


RriM. MrtaMt* m am- 

aaaUy anMm« WRA* 

ft« am iM 4 i r«to 


FAIRFIELD 

DUPLEX 


DO YOU KNOWPi HAGAR'S 


**A fa* 

•tMM.aa 


LOOK 


•A talbm bi 
•aiar* ft-rto 


iMaatil ttyt* 


You'vt Only Yourfttlf to *****. * m Araii. An aaA * > to*fi to | * ' — 

BIqm# If Yom Don f m ma ommi •Mr VICTORIA 

Buy Thift Houm !?-P-'r - !-•*« i-l PPAI TV I T 


K. $11,750 

ftMA A*n aaA iMltora m tama 
rtto MS am n*r yariai bam. Ttoa 
I M a totolm ban* Mih ba^lar'iba*. 
! *^«*«J* Aftar aatoa LBT W 0 


WOBT MAVB t ftBtMOOIM ftOM 
OWbMI OaaA AtoirMt itonvAMt* 


Restaurant 


!a mn attraram ataa ba MA* Ab -‘*0 rMOBB mftOMMATfOM 


AND DEN 


I Living Quorters* 

rail laa Wrtabi raa 9 ^ 

Oftt-iaa* a* VM*ft MliaiMB ft fai M tal *ta« ***n*Mto| acraiu 
rm BV I M 71 ^ftfy taM WA *Mk toarttbtoa 

I M btatoi I* m r aia Maa baa* nm 
■AUT PQBTftl fcTO »V toUAl {•• ttab Aaam a*A M aai i an ••* 

Uftav Martto* aantai *4 ikm 
_ _ - - tarn baAitoi, aan torn ttotog mm 

"SHOPPING CENTRE" 

. $15,950 

WBAM rroftS’ 1 J, rakitoi nrty Fto 

tarauA ft am to Vtotaat. . Wi , 

abayala* caalm tkk May aaaat- . BV a WH aa n i.lMi 

tbtoaA Armnta kaa—to ba* ftto . . a . -maa 

A«aaA a b*«tat-tataB**mmn •*»«{ FAIRFIELD REALTY 

tar H* amtbi amar tkaa* «My 

fVart Daaiar m* Jka anto A*H. , , - 

S"f Ki;; *£rrrs;:l de luxe 

Aa**i!e W toftat aartMa* •artk-i . ^ ,«a 

•aatani MatoMia* to Vai#*to UA ADADlAAC NIT 


PbU prtaa 

Drr% Okb 


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ft* Cl 1 OsO .^ "ft*** * * .ibVb m b* aM n*B i««*aAln m 

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mm mr* mnank mm b* a mh.. >..• 


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am maaSSr^MM* •«* *aA.to*all aaraatng 

SJ 2 •••^*■9 • iHtav raato Mik brito hr 

?* ft ■?* ^ *.«*m Pamma A* km 

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FAIRFIELD 

DUPLEX 


• tom 


147 r~\OIAN««P. 

RFAL »TATK_ 

Ia grand APARTMENT 
FOR 

i BUNGALOW 


BIJOU 

BUNGALOW 


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|fi~- P OU-O^UaiM Sam*. Moa taU taVy 

(•r tka AUtontia* bam 


nt mmmmrnma. I ml MBA lanaa. 
■ toBft tm tm natatotoa B u 
y BT>ft 4 l ar am. BV 44 MV. 

NO DOWN PYMT 


rwu. BBJci 

MataMto Aantr 
A ' A Pmtol BV tofttl 


,B*y tkft b*a*iir*l tot M Ca Ab a r* ' 
' bay aaA k *«4 ItOW Maar an* 


a a AMta* m •ftk Imti DU W I g*, ^>m 4 I ar am BV 44 BB. fc?* '*» **• ^**rr«*! IVZ 

L*TS^“ji~r ! *v%J a I BUNGALOW | no down pymt. 2 

$10,500 , n*Bm» 00 OTi« 

rs:::. TI:-« ' mccanoless real-ht ^ srxf'fcYA.'’"* ^ 

I AM fbn At Aftaa* BV l Atll HBtaMa*. HaatoA tom ta tamtoM , BV toAHI M-BB BMmCE Itartk- 

I to baa mt* It Ba*a 4 W*t tot attki | mmtb VaraattH* to Vtobaata U 4 . 

NO <;TFP<; Wotertront Hornt $5000 ^.51 *T..n“S:«t^Ur a .r^w ! 

rNU5ltri lOOtob P*ti«T*A>-inn^. NEW OFFERS rsaar^errr 

*t MtMara • ram baan-' 1"*“ * *• ■ kftnCMMV katk * 1 M UtaA Itaa* a*A aaaay • ^ ^ ft-/l I 1 .IX «9 } OPPOSITE 


McCANOLESS REALTY 

IAN fbn At fftaaaBVIAtll 


« 1 U naaTMiir >taa **4 aana 
HBtaMa*. HaatoA tom ta !** ■ ■** 
to kaa mt* n Ba*a 4 H*t tot attki 


BV 4 -ANI H-BB BMmCB BArtk- 
■ itowa Varantn* to Vtobaata UA. 


MOW i?."rur^ j: 'rr.«'Tc: : 

'raraHf A<k*to ItaraaBk bafi ft* , Ifti* 

' LB * 11 * rwatoara km Atoto* . mJIT**'* • 

raataiaaA #aJ*a* mn *wk Aaar m aaraaa nm , *»•% * 1-7 

a la mu ia a m rt*t br.ma alib ama* an** I "ft* m • , ,» 


de luxe 

Aa**i!e W 4 -ftat aanito* •artk -1 . ^ 

^ naarMiM to v-iMtajm apartment 

GIFT SHOP rr; v*ir: 

RftilOftmAL ABBA * - "»"**< .ft* "?** " *!■,** **» 

aHa blltotA b a Haaaa *4^ Z'JHf rma 
kan r*a .mama t«mtotm to | ^ itoMtoam m»m CtmnA 


Mail* W*u*t PbB baatMaal 

fjirnm tmTmaUm **h ih am • Hi 11 a* tat* ator m*v 

S.y*in: SZ.TnTam*^ to taft Ik# Itant «a 

Ejrj .^m. rkma BV 4 A1M to *ni m A tartom 


K m AUan. PMaa BV LA 

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FAIRFIELD REAL 

Mb caak M 

FAIRFIELD 


fbaarmua rm* 


# Cftraana |m>*« 

$17,325 SI'S 


- aUiAy ram •kaa* Um aaa, 

I mtaf Aatov kar toaaAry B*v* ' 

» ta«>*n* *** kat •*!** UHb aitb 
\ tkymr fwaataa 1*4 aa* *4 A BMf 


WANTED 

r UTTUI ft MB THAT 

IB kl>LO BBAiTimL 


OPPOSITE 
COL WOOD 
GOLF COURSE 



T**a * Caaairy H* 


m BV 4471 

Ca UtoBaA. 


SEA VIEWS 


LICENSED HOTEL 


fantov bta* 

TaAar 1 baat 


It ma* MIA biA| iNti r 

ss: $ 60 . 006 ,.. _ 


A40NEY-MAKING 
PROPOSITION 
NET RETURNS $8700 


•laat an ifatotoia t vhtak m «tota UA ^CA V/ 1 P\A/^ 

*k* 4 M ftoAto b#to aa* Aam- vltWi 

rma*. waa l ii mm4 akaaaan. aA - 1 ' TRADE . . .. . 

AIM tobakiaa. kau* **A rkairi.| • >vr-tb/b baaaiUa^ AatoaaaA 

•Ahaaiar a*A fta* *•«*•. baab. . ^ *•♦»* kaa* aWara narytiMi 

, «*aa. at* A tato yata* laa ll.bbA * Ikita ram aatUA* • «aft*A la* ytoamt nwto 

I fto rnikar MlamUMa aalf CMt CT tar a «»itor pranrt r aa m gmn n* *r*mt 

Alkto*. BVtaAIM. Bva-im Uto*At ar wmiry ar^ir tatr* n ^ aatmaAm arrkita 


I $450 tattaa* taaaty tat. 4 TBB U>« BATB OT t’V«_ 

*•*,1 raw S Itaak hm fttaAr* Can MW A UACT^BB 
ft b aaai a ba*Ay BC'ICA mrm Mratk**aa*n BararttM* 

.toaa frir* > 5 J 5 U Vtataata UA. BV 4 M 4 I ft 


Tftta bmaiUaa* Aataraai TM 
tayl* kaa* atTara narylklaa 
a*ft*A tto alBiwai ntotoal 
!«• BaJI tar tk* praaaat mm 


m- n n*a* a bnAy 

. 1 ^ I ftaa Brir* 


toOBA-nib l»ar>kaa***r* Baaart- 
tta* ml Tlitarft UA. 


$5350 


•i BUILD NHA ; TWO DANDIES 


Km Mr* BmtAak BV l-MM 


BAlBBMtA BBALTT 
nTCtoab St 


mamm rarm rrm Va* AnT bar* ta n M tk* totot I to Vtotarta L 4 A 

Bay OIK 8 V 4 4 AM raa BV taUM “ KAU BAT ABBA TXADBM 

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aiwra ttouaf* «• l A my p*rts*Hr hart tw y aafa If-t y« $ 1 5UU *t<«ta BhA ««ftftoa*l. WILL TKAltB IMr ntKVBntjrr 

yaai atotaa aba* raauaraat **■ n*r m**a 4 nmt <taM ataruan OanA tarum Um rm - tM aaAw. m Am n>*m tar 

aatimi *««t**taak aaA imtam ***itoW* IMMb U »tobM *t« Bn BytonA BVAAiW ftmr EVkBM 

Wl>l nt b*ilar Iba* IM MA bar»A 4 * Cak BILL BBtuav rra BV kMM ' _ ■ .^vawA« aa. xot^il 

laamiabla hmra B* 4 Ba**- BV b-AT*l Hartb*a*t*rs Brgfttta* nBAMCUL BUBVBY LTD ** UIHTIJVUB M AJVTtU 

a'aM alto naaalua* ngbl aaw* ^ VlriiKi* UA .""S**.*’ -"“fU** . ” __ 

ma tlitr-rtota laratm Abaat , — ■ waixianB mv bmtomrv _ 

SaZ ■STtoTl.*' 1100 PER WEEK SZ T^T-ITh. wanted 

tft^m fisT >-$w. m N£T INCOME to rti^rm.iri**s2S2r tZ * . property 

>. — ftto ft** Clfi firW^ Larn AbA aatail -tar a araAtrai* 

LAIBHI' OMr It AM A*«b **m**« ramraA arft* » I 0 ,OUU •Mam n tami a «*r* maMA 


ii* Jft 

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ar tamtrr *rm«r ^ macaMtoi arrkiiaav *#• 

Ki^ .?Z. ".5 S*'iuC.”'..u‘tlSL“ A°": IT’S THE CLEANEST, 

».i**»M***'*** •tobtaHa* ratob. bito a A*b MOM* 


vtik hry*toaa ^i* Mrtay raato 


n M* fi*a ataa* at »***ra M* 

*7!**.?1“* . $100 PER WEEK 

ihraaab Mr. Jnm 4ak*a k kaait 

lit'Tartm BIA* BV Vim. m INCOME 


WILL ntAitB IMr mKVBnijrr 

tM aaAw m Ami n><bm tar 

h>to*r tVkMP 

I 140 USTINOA WA?rrCO 


WANTED 

REVENUE PROPERTY 


COSY 

WITH VIEW 

TWi* t-atfram Maaa* baaAbft* 


IllLJM'Vary aUra'-iir* to yAyT* 

No Down Poytnent? CSS-r-^S. 'SSU^Z 
Own Your Lo,7 
Equity in Horn.? 

IM 4 aatar haal, ratra baaman 
W» kar* a aaamr to rapaiaUa , mm mmmmrmim itoM*. A 4 a*a*l 
ftAMar* rmAr ta * 4 *rt yarn am rtm a* V«tl* nirl* M IM vttl 
kato* wlib a aktoto to ftaaa aa* kaitota Atoa t aAlumt taka far 
IBU aratlaift Atay may bmay aal* aanraial* at kar by btoiAkA 


<Mr It Mi Aava ntma* iiA i lraA , prta* 


•ttkwkt t* tami a *i 


Baba a nM M»»B ar mpirwyto tar iMaAtata ar*b*a*r* ta ikta g itavtaa tobH* P aaita* BaVua arabla mm ml maar Vtotarta 

»m ■•■•»* km fatoN Aaabkavb tnr r**Uar«M anme ^ cm BV *-tiM B*a BV Itom Rama* fmartr M • a**A 

tatotoaa u*M*ata»aita *4 M* I r aaa M abA vary aaay 1 * a**r*ta ba- ytlA fart Btraai Rai* BOW taJi inb Rravto. 


awataA w ita *ra«,t«m b »■ B«A A fai Ikta W 


• BOW *•■ inb Rravto] 

BV MIft toto tv 4 -Mta , «•••, to 

rftUBBBTOB BOLbin LTD. .. . 

IIM OavatbtoBbt Atmt 


anatniamt mir AHA maa wtik aatora* h*t«raa Bmiar at tk* ft* fata* BOC/V^ 

rCLL flUCB «<>U,VAA^ »i|ram kaa i*a rtaaat* kan* to; to avto BTtoUU 

a^.. ftBt maUiM. ftalMta* **Ri I Obll flBOItott r«AB W BV * Alai 

"*ft"** Anbia •••• !• raa*«*«l*b. Anv^m lar- fV 4 -» 4 ll Wartbaaatar* Aa*torHM* 

A Maaftaaraaa BV l-MM ay* Ahan'k** * kaato vtUi Ibal ; *L Vtotarta UA 

a* r* lamb to awabty ibai — — — 

,•111 m**a*to tka tomm raa ^ ^ _ 

■anr A kmytta UA . ft* Tata* ft aaiar I* ^**4 taat atm W ba* YOU DO NOT RENT 

an ***** ktoito airata . ...m .n,-. 


T Z7Ur:m£ I mam to $2500 DOWN 2?*f: 

tatiab. Anva-m aar- fV l-uti Wartbaaatar* Aa*torHM* ~ " 

ar a kaaa* •tut ibai ; Vtotarta UA A A**A aawM hana vllk aaral- 

il awabt* ibai — — — ^*1 ,,Ta*a* aii ml* la nrtMRy' 

> tk* tomiyt ra* ^ ^ _ faraitoii* natartaa Mb« a naatb I \r^^. 

taat at*** w b*a YOU DO NOT RENT Bnarat* aatrana tar •*•*•*** ^rta* i 

Cl*y ktoito airata . ^ Ci lOkJITl IDCI mtaam tar y#*r' 

mrt. toifttaA/y A CAR OR FURNITURE: »*«a*n am abrkim m *kato< SSr* 


I'baAfam a*art>i*i baft* to 
M*btor mitaa atarnat kaa a 
a aktoto tkw mb** « 
bt" L*a*4r ItatiiB rm*. mum 
» Baimm* iBaka*. r*ll 


ra*. BTJMM 

BtMIMBH fOB RALS AT WI 4 TTB- > %mmA — ■ «- ■ — 

barm. T*bm fi •»■****■ «ra«lM w** ftta*r* ■%. 

k*ta**«* lar aali toctaAtay tm- I 
•bia* (ar tk* toryaat r tolta f aaCt 
ATtab atoa fanaiau k** to 

yaAai Vary *M nvftv*^ b *A all BrvyckJi IC 

n f WmauBmlMto REVENUE 

m,* to Wkitakar** Rtiwan* UA.. 


mirnB“’ « ftrtm ftAfaw IHLT 1 M.B UtHBO 

» rto Xta LavaAtA tvaa pato mb .a* mkta 

ASUi Vm toMtoty ■ pB 

ILLVOALLJ UlflTM riMwaat* ta It nam 

IMDa^lmB . nm * fttop ■btomrk. iM 

RB B 4 M A TBAR 

fUBBfbiym. irmfltaaly nB |«,LnrLB LIBTtl 


■ktatl ntitaPKlJIVB 
HAkiatJ TMKOI OB 


A. BERNARD 


rita— Fto tartan ftpwto* ia» *.iin.» 

» rtoT ktb LavbAtA tvaa paU mb .a* mkta to rwto cbm* 

ASUI Tm mtoty ■ pftaaA bton* Ba 


A OO LTft 
tm fart fftraat 


$10,700 

Ctol Mr «*•«** 

Douglos Howkes & Co. ' 

AIU farr BV 4 - 1 IM > 11 **, , A** 


WHY .:Tm j 

RENT A HOME^ Ta •»• *an an# 

pSMVM 

R?V ta? ftft .4 laaatotoni OA 


Sr ; lam Baimm* tHakaa. Itol 

Sr \mTm ***—— * "“I Ar 1 **-ft nra««. 

ZL "fta aalr fl.lM PWr a r* 4 lrta« 

J* Jr iiMli Oil* II n ABBiL Binm* 

• m «toi- can bv i-Atai #r 

Cl OOn, * ftv> kn W totara facanuM 

9 I J.TWi ^ UA 


TZT 1 YOUR OWN PARK 

M ft A aail vaanA alcatr aarftAaA I 


' BXI BAliUB OB hU.-MlAtaCni 

ft Py** I ■ ' -J«a n« r*am* bk>**a s 


PROSPECT LAKE 


I U>M A*** 4 M p to IIAMP f f 
^ ; h ma a kail u*m« raato | am* 
raato*. aiiEtt hk M >*a t 6 -O-M 
I kaaiiA* R'a tka TOfB * D B aa 


ha*iiA« R'a tka TOfB 
aluartal akA AMmitta* 
•artotk to a aaBto w ai 


A tamw lam LB ma tarWar* ta^ tin • m*. pta* torta' •** 
larn a n p ikC. aab. toi . 4 BRa. 4 , far aa ayramtaa J kaa* 

an balk TM* ta«a to ft a ***- Ihm R i WBiJAMB Wf taAtal 
arr* pafk ‘A* M wifk ftota Mi laaa : •* OR Asni Bartkaaatara •*■ 


— ---..JL... $10 00 DOWN 

lAMP f f ft^'ft*? * .J-‘ft^.^L__ll*y» 

1 • — ■ - — — - — - ^ 71 ^ w* MMm# m rw^ 

at o-o-to! ftftft >a » «— Mr baat lart kmk 

HEISTERMAN 


FAIRFIELD 


^mt $5500 

,L 0 TATBICX. BVkfiCl r**. 

BVItoU Ba Wk BbB — Aaramm 


^na*’to SIOI BY SIDE DUPLEX 

TkB M a* alArr pnaarty IM b| BtOftBYMTM 

'rlaaa a*A n tmA ranir BBOUlWAtr 


U. riRW k«l 

ra janatom 

B Mil alaaA 

‘i^ci 


I m ncna aaA frtra 
Mr CtaAfti. rr >^Al: 
Baa* Bt I- Till 


Btaka torn** Mat. 
frama r«M* IM 1 
■ tamatra M.MA 


aaak mB 4 
■ to ft*. MA 


W! - 1" PROSPECT LAKE HEISTERMAN 

nil i*to*A4 A l wma I* Bm IM n RtVtNUE fuaa tai prva, 4 rmfitarty nB ifi,Lnn.B UBTIBa Bi'RRAt/ ml ---- lmr 4 ^arJfet r . .. . •artotk to a **■■» * mmm Ctani ^ . CCVX 

m,* to Wbitabm** Mamivn* tiA.. n^toni toMta ta «4toA>* a*arta»ato I ^CyiSSrl * '"•*• lam LB •*»* /»*Wto* ft^ tin • mv. bta* torta' •**, arrmaA >03U< 

totota..T*kmMM fuM n*a . >*^1 ?* ■ ' Jgjtoto Mtagl j *^,**},' * ftgf. 1 FAIRFIELD »T.* ^«L.-!r 

AfABrwfVT BUICK !lm £i*Cani^ Ltotaai tonw. **** ^*1^ ^a* ana fUf «a toaa ; m^M A An .Bartkaaatam •*■ cirvc DV CmC TM IW CY toVtauft UA 

ItarMtoto i-imim t >#*r* MA . ... ._ . .. kv aaama BVkBift Tar Si ' ffj J2?lr» I imtmk Mamtaa arw* am t-raa aar-l aiirntaa to Vtotana L*A Tkt* to SIDE'PY-jiPt DUrLtA,-__ — 

Urn toratAbia <>■*• ft SrmarSn ftl« Btomnnnmi , mm »l P?* r ffii I ^ A am »nl yam n ABRC-fA B^A BT .ynartr Ml bI arrmavmm 

;^rv?f?!i’arrSur*^ irTSc: 5 i«;.^.TiS5ii S 12900 — sujr 

— _ K?"c'rT;.'VE5r.a sia.aso ■ exclusive as sir^^ 

off shelbourne -'SSTAJS'"' $TT 6 o( 

““ “ REVENUE I norVh QUADRA north SAANICH “ r:;,::;: " 

- 5 S^ revenue sztoodown lu:r.i=:L".'r3.^?ijiwfirsn.8:'*a.LX'"n'rr^,u,, 

vfuir^ irSrjni.'sssi s 

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mar ir> ft2£. **••!? .'S: "•| •taavmai'mviSr t>m 1 "*?**»** g?* *•! ltyt fOB DfATBrnoB CALL C lamaA Tam lift 44 A HUMBER LTD tU fm ftmt A 4 IQ^' SnfT $635 

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Taa nm ^ f« aia 
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Kt MBPI 


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pyamm, to** mmr* atoa Mtoal XtakA ^ fWj PAM. 

^-.r-r Mn ipA a* •mm Ra, rpa B V I l AAb 

MtMBI to BVbMM. \ MMABCtAl BCBVBT MW 


OMtaatM kaaa* aiaan avtarm mamaw 

LR ifttat iraa •!» n«»* *<••' ■MBTIRMAB A COiMABT 

tataiav. bftakaa. I tar#* bair *n a i. »BataUimaa IMI> 

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Mr Oaaft. m tv I 

RAKItAUJ LTD 
ay VrilMi IMb D 


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WESTERN I WHITTOME'S B.C. LAND randall'S 


BYRON PRICE BYRON PRICE norihwe^ern 
REALTY REALTY SECI^ITIES 


Salmitd «• "oi-Am m* »au!iii» 

iLiitT Jo- 14) 1449 

IM »Or<IW ro« 4 AH - BYRON PRICE B> 

REALTY 

TOWN & I Ul« WAJMU WT9BWT [ 

COUNTRY CONSIDERED 
HOMES LTD. BUILDING? $ 

^ IF SO, IN ^ 

r^ iTP_rn^Y VICTORIA IT 
CUTE-COSY COSTS LESS «■'. 
NO STEPS - 


BEST IN si 

CONSTRUCTION - 

(«ita St^OO ^*Mr MI* 

Mrs* UMauk'*«t» vt***n cw**«ci**A 

IM I <M MOM kM* ka«M M TM- 

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tlM* M« mMi *4M MiMI M iMt> 

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CONSIDERED 
BUILDING? $ 
IF SO, IN 
VICTORIA IT if;;: 
COSTS LESS h 


tiu vrmMiT 

OAK BAY 
$1500 DOWN 


iorihwestern northwestern 

SECURITIES ! SECURITIES 

OP VK-rOUtA Lt« OP VKTOSt* LTO 

At MOAD IV Ol VAT« AT MOAO IV l-AUI 


' DAIRY FARM" 


“SEVEN OAKS" 


■OMM LT»* 
tit.rATii inirr 

ROCKLAND 

GONZALES 

Si 5.950 

6 LOVELY ROOMS 


r-Ti — • KM 

DUPLEX 

M*A*fS l*sm Ms* •( * MA 

WAS* H«IA« l« (M A lA> A t rs 


& lnvt»tm«nt Agency 

Ltd 

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fr S24.000 


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bM.r-Al^» la.Ad bbi..TISSr HIGH LOCATION '(MAM HPrv.r ha.APA A«A av Mf COOCn . « 

— S 6950 ^ iiLn^rTi “b-r-j '-e.. ^ ", i 2 acres 

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POSSESSION NOT 
NEEDED TILL MAY 

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DEAN HEIGHTS 


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. $ 13,975 po^'-^^on ^g 50 Q zx.jT t’imT-i’mS:: M.rHrH'rjbbbi. u. dont wait 

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4-BEDROOM ^ i c; fernwood r brj^jtwooo" ' 


new— NHA» 
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DE LUXE HOME 
MT DOUGLAS AREA 


zz rrr*iL“ kXsrJi «!«»«• or vicrodu fn> ••unfinished house 

‘xa'-ZTZZXZ > > ssso down ? > new 5 rooms 

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rcMaakTor Houiai lto. 

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$ 13,975 


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obf.B* rbMMMb 850 N' 9 ^. Bright oAd Sonny 

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NHA nr 

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4 BEDROOMS 


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NEW NHA 1 


BY OWNER 
2648 FERNWOOD 


pAmnaLO aaAtrr 

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SPLIT LEVEL 


OAK BAY 

LOW DOWN 
PAYMENT 
NO STEPS 


r $ 26,500 

SAANICH 


6 BEDROOMS 

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Mn}rsty In the Desert 


8 ALHt 


CHOICE 


P. R. BROWN 


Thrfifl L«k« Park Nattirv 
<4mniary A<taA>'iaiMn gainMl 
IIM new marnbf'rt In a gfnup 
thia wark all (ha mambai* of 
Vlrtoru Gym Club 
Tha mnva fniln»p<l an appaa] 
lo (hr Gym duh raaantly by 
Dr Aitam S/rxawiruikl. prm'ln* 
(ial hntam^l. who wan a guaat 
ft|«a«kpr a( a («yro maaitng. 


GORDON HEAD 


UmU 


SOOKE AREA 


parlmrnt (rnaa Ui Ihrtr iiacka, 
afMl Ihdi f)p« »wi\rUad to- 
aanl iha mam &>or. * 

Thtough II iHapi iha ‘l>la(M> 


• WE WANT 
YOUR FARM 


(ha northarn (ftaiara of tha 
Par»ian Golf, only har* (ha; 
lalt It (ha Aiabtan Gulf. It la 
horrtafiNl on two aldaa hy 


ONE ONLY 


S8400 


lah Mubarak hia 


black 

Arab rob* and iw/Vla of fina 
da«ari sand trailing hahmd 
him 

Tha ahallth'a hrav) Itddad 
ayaa plnpoimad aarh paraon 
lining (ha path ha a(r4dla to 
hla office There Mara lean 
daaart Iribaamen. hla favniiia 
faicotiara. a Brldah army of- 
ficer an ambaMadur from 
Saudi Arabia, a European en- 
voy, buMoeaman. Hatka, lacfc- 
aya and nraapaper corie* 
ponderiit. 

NATI KAI.I.V 

The ina}a«(la entrance 
Maan't an affartalion of Mu- 
barak. the deputy ruler of thia 
oti rich Arabian aheikhdom. To 
him It cornea naturally. 

Ai 43. Sheikh AbdulUh Mu 
hatak la the heir apparent to 
the throne now held by A3 
year-old 53heikh Abdullah Aa 
Salin Aa Sabah. 

When the ruler la abaent. 
Mubarak rulea the aheikhdom. 
whlrb la about twice the aire 
of Prince Ed»ard laland and 
erw of the nvMt valuable 
punya of real eaiate in the 
Morld becauae ut Its “black 
gold.** 

hy.y.ph oKiiyii 
Hia main Job. aa commaiwler 
of (ha army and aecuniy 
aallafted that farmara in Iha forcaa, la to keep order in hla 

country, not an aa^> one in 
Iha (urhuienl Middle Eaat. 
And KuMaii right now la con 
aldared the moel aiabia of Mid 
die Eaal cnumrlagL 

Powarfui and aggreaalve. 
Mubarak kmka tail In hla Hom 
mg Arab roba» Artuatty. ha 
la only of medium height. 

Mnodad ayelida conceal gim- 
let aya«. Hla Jowla are heavy, 
hi* nwttplaaion aMarthy. All 
thia giV^ the impirsaKMi ha 
K ruthleM lie la lie haa well 
earned the IHla “Eagle of iha 
Gulf. ' 

Tiny Kuwait la wanhad by 


Iraq. 

The oil In Kuwait haa made 
Mubarak, the oihara of Iha 
royal family and mrt«l of iha 
Nl.min Kuwaitla Inorrllnalaty 
rich. It haa given luciaitve 
buaineaae* and amp)n>ment in 
IkiniHi foreigner* and provide* 

Bitiain with a aee m ingly Inek 
hauatibla atipply of oil. 

Encircled by aeething Aiab 
cnuniiie*. Mubarak lolaraie* 
no honveiue in hi* 

Ya( It la apitarenl Iharr -la 
leaa reviraml i*n ihe people of 
Kuwait than in any other Arab 
country. 

Mubarak tampers hla tough 
rtaaa with Iha genuine grace* nf 
laUmic pnhlene** arul (radt 
tkma. Artd Ihal'a awiftly fading 
among (ha new Ml rich Mnalem 
Ar1a«acra4'laa. 

All who krwnv Mubarak ar- 
knrm ledge that he la eMm 
oidmanly gaoeroua. And a 
heavy apander. 

“I want toanioy my. rm»na> 
ha aa>«. and ha'a got plenty of 
It to anivy. 

0\K Mirp. 

.Shaikh Abdullah Mubarak 
kaepn nO harem Divuned 
fi«m hla first wife ha ha* 
been martiad to hi* *a<ofMl for 
l.S \eara, Thay hava ona 
daughter 

fie la a shiewd politician 

Ona by ona Middle Ka«t 
ruler* who fought NkM»ert»n- 
hava TaT^r. from prm^.~ 

Mubarak ba« Intently wat«4iad 
(hi* Inaiead of fighting it. ha'a 
joining It 

“It lan't In our iniareat In 
laaulata Kuwait from the reat 
of the Arab world.** ha aaya. 

HEAI.TN 

The V loiedta and Inirtguaa 
that plague other Arab roun 
tna* ar* not likely to erupt In Instructed b>- owners leaving 
Kuwait The oil haa brought for Winnipeg and La JoUa, wa 
wealih to all. “I tkm l know nf wOl bell 
one Kuwaiti in need “ aaid a Idika Pair 


oa ioa* nt rvea atmArra aud 

THt auunna CIWI 

rou. CkMu aaira aJJiAJ 

a p tv a-ttat 

MOREY & JOHNSTONE 

a**i pM«ia )M4 PevaiM M 


WATERFRONT 


S6500 


New pre»ulant of Toronto 
rnlvamii). Dr, C. T. lUaaall. 
Will addie«a foiinar atudanta 
of Iha college Tuaaday night 
at- the Art Gallery. Mailing 
at a.tS pm. during a J4 
hour atopover on hia lour of 
waiuem t'anada. There are 
more than U. of T. 

alumni in thia area. 


BERRY farmer 


Good Building Lots 

WllA* I 

teu<« on»* . i*«iia _* 

ui*ar«r« aiBia u 

*ais* OM«ra at 

*Hi«a a*Mr* ^ •avita _»i 

»«rt* MiiM ti 

ma* owMr* «iii«4 ti 

o*t I Bv Msiaa I* 

a«* ai MTM* a tfu m 

*Oa m>9*t 

r*ii aao cAaa.To« av « a: 
am sv i-Ma« rmiaaaTi 

nOUm LTD IMt OevwM 
airvvi 


3760 ASCOT DRIVE 


SAPPY VALLEY 

roweACT TWO • aauac 
kihih o* s *nu r 
WATta ooor aoa. eA< 
ROAb TO TOWS TIk 
M’u. eaiTs M 

ALac MArcaaa sv i aao. 
MIS rva-tna 
vwAasa aiams 
TH MAMpnaA Ava. 


b«t*t r*** lirvetM* Uif* hii- 
• IMO 4WHW ■**— * war*Ms. 

M»a Omt* bua c»o»*' a*»t. 
U'*« r««M» OMW nu^OMaie 
*••' Oti«*-ia ait«4t«4 

M Mere* W *rt» 

Mr *e «•»« r*l' 

W*«M-a CWri pM*» tV*-t«W. 

•m tvaairt 


Two Duplex Lots 

^w^araktr- 


TOP VALUE 


MORE PEOPLE 
USE CLASSIFIED 

advertising than 

ANY OTHER KINO 


Victoria and Nanaimo SPt’A memharMhip will receive 
bran- ha* will resume their special material. Srtma will b« 
campaigns next week Against mailed, he aaid. 
alleged “inhumarte slaughter The pamphlata tnrtmle a 
methods'* in BC. alaughlet “form* teller addre«aed to 
house* rnma M»m*iei Otelenbaker 

Presidents of bi»ih hram-he* which ah«>uld he aigned and 
have asked that all Interested mailed, the SPi'A preMdents 
in seeing animaU “propariy urge 

kitlad” should write to iheir Mi* MrDMUgall said aha was 
loral member of parliament. 

Later In the month, said Mrs i 
Dari McDougalL Nanaimo « 


9— sspaui'* 

r*r* rv*. 


HILLSIDE AREA 


S9750 


Auction 

TUES. 

7^ P.M 


w cocamna omlv m MiLaa 


HIGH QUADRA 


WXU.TSRX» UTT 


apartment LOT 
ZONED 

as*r«< USSIW tMOt les'M 

■Mr >s*Ui* Me»e<iSl n*« StM-** 
frM* *•• swasea SWMSM* •-•* 
n«s*r -ras^rmsa Mi>e** >a 
Win MMiasr s «*rr rMwasH 


W ith the Hoy SrotilM 


twplr« SKm rwi Per* 
a* UkSait. tUfry foWM 


einmiA ■ nvsar 


young Palealinian racenily. 


\oiing Catholics 
Form New Group 


SNAP 

GORDON HEAD 


S1500 


Oak Bay and WiUowa Boy ^ 
Voul arvd Cub group* report <. 
that bottle drives held on Jaa $ 
3 and Jaa 10 ''exceeded all ex 
pectatlona.** " 

A final check shows that Cmo ^ 
wartb of bettira was cnliacted a 
by the Oak Bay Thunderbirds * 
and Cuba, while $150 was • 
netted b> Ihe WIIIowb Cuba. " 
The following proncieory <1 
badges were awarded teat 
week; ^ 


WANTED 
60-160 ACRES 


TP New brarveh of the Catholic 

Youth Organuailoa lo be 
issw M ij**. known as Our Lady af Guada 
■e kvMie lup*- *as formed recently 
* y“wng people from 
xnw - the four Saanicb Peninsula 
Irwilan re s erve s met at the 
ws .*»«» *« Weal -Xaanlch partah haU. 
sm - Eormed urder the dlrertlon 
wr'ibM Father William Mudge. 

(he, new group was named In 


honor of the patron aalnt of 
North American frvdlana 
Executive efrirers elected at 
the Inaugural rreeting were 
Tlvelffla hampann T a a r 1 1 1 p 
Reserve presidml; Paulirve 
Jones. Taehum Reserve vice- 
president: Norman I nder 
wood. Tsanul Reserve, aeci e - 
tary. and Franrao Elliort, 
Taariiip. treaaurer. 


10 MILE POINT 


THIS IS URGENT! 


CORDOVA BAY 


SAN JUAN 

JK*. su'"?.5r..'sr 


Office Worker Envies Rugged (lousin 


Needed 

to wra la a: 
eorP rmraaoi 


White Collar Is Badgi 
Of Modern-Day ‘Slave 


Saanich Realty 


Monday 


PROPERTIES WANTED 


10 ACRES 
RESIDENTIAL 
PROPERTY 


m FORT STRFCT 


■ rttrtwia. Mir m wis 

) M »4 *S IW- S«f«l 

M«M a* as *M WMi SiM Mm 
M«M i«f a u 1-fMn. It «• a* 
UmmsM saUsr tan* ITw« M w 
l*r«iM far ntasw taS s aan* 


By HAL B03IJI 
N>:\3' YORK (AP- T1 
of Manhattan la changing rap use of their hand* under the 
Wly now under the Impetus of «P^ ■hy. 
the greatest fare Ufting ptt>- Watching a couple of steel 

workers noorhamly atroU 
OM landmark* are being torn . . 

down and new landmarks ate os-erhead. 

rising a* the brisk winds of the 'dfite worker turned lo a 
present blow the dust of (be friend and said: 
past in the pede*in*n's eye “They are men They are real 

At lunch hour partHularly men’“ 
in fair wreather. ihe sites nf the Jn his voice w as a mixture of 
climbing new akyscniperi are admiration and wistful envy 
surrounded by pale featured a conactoua evpresaion of the 
office worker*. They- are fas realisation that in (he ari«toc 
(tnaied by the sight of their racy of manhood the outdoor 


fellow men earning a living by 


The wife of an Indoor man 
may feel that her hiuduind la 
superior in srxne snobbish way 
to the rugged outdoor man. but 
the Indoor man himself has no 
such ilhision.' He often feel- 
hi* white collar tai moie of « 
badge of slavery than a s>m- 
bol of sun-esa. 

He often has a trapped feel- 
ing He ha* left nature too far 
behind. He can ctmirol hla 
climate by turning a km»b at 
home or ai Ihe office. .'Some- 
times a* he does this he con 
hear life whbuUng hy In the 
w ind outside hla window And 
he knows he la missing wime 
thing 


rr»ij* •' 

nan « a* 

t. OS 
w«iis a:w* 
- o* a. aa 


R) Jock Meoro 


Safe f.xit for S/mre Travel 


j£^ A 

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MM • Isw MiSrSM *M M 
Mile W <ta Mae •*<*«• •• 

C h»r laraaf Mtta W SaaM at *••* 
ttaSt fa iMi >M iMWatM sSVil 
•itMiM Mtar sat>* a* UM *ata»r 
taxu i*Ji jmi SIS a« *tae taM *1 
a'i m UM sosM 'MclMS fat taai— . 
«» tas a easstty natas 

ta* Msr sM OrMtat 


»>1TATR AMTION 

AntkiUM 

ood 

B«tt«r Class 


itfsaSaMt rWta sa4 tiwufwsiMe* 

• >'i ataa it •• *e« •! IM • 
iM Oawtramat Acral, Otatt W aata 
VaaaaaMt SC 'b* OatMina anS 
Otaiinituaa ItauiiitM C^tMaat Ml 
WmI StaStr Sirm Vs— aattf I OC. 
■M ••• WXaif StiMt Viaunta SC 
•ta ta* a«e*tia<t*aMi *i e*s:ta 
WarM ISi Wmi taife Attsat. VsaaM- 
Mr I BC 

a*cS ta*4ar awai M aaMaM*<aS M 

• WHinM ftaaaa «#*# ■•**■*• W 
UM Mlato«tr •( n ssca* tot SW *1 tta 

•M *tttr 

TtItOCB AND SOB OOfcniACTOB 
UBT eoMua wrtT av cotmi-ntu 
■lONKo wrm Tin Acnut. amuA- 
TUBS oe TUB TKItDKll*ll AND BN- 
euxM) m -rm aMmoei eBO- 


SNAP 

APP. 3 ACRES 

885 STATION RO 

M toS Stas MlasM asirwto 


CV t-Ujk 


Modtra FuraHurt 


spate traveUera because of a 
layer of Intense radiation TOfi 
miles shove the earth. 

‘The radiation la so strong 
it would kill any apace travel- 
lers not carefully ahlekted nr 
not passing extifenely fast 
through it. Either altemallve 
would add exwnse and dlffl 
culty. 

“Fortunately, observations 
have Ihdicated (hat the rsdu 
lion la lea* intense in (he polar 
region*. With further study, 
those parts of (he eorth may 
orovlde the avenues for rela- 
' lively safe departure Into 
j spate.* 


Appliaacts, Elc. 

RMate t'ar. Jewelry. Etc. 

WKFK OF JAN. 2< 


Tm ••r«o •hwS IrtaHMMUV l*n* 

•n IS um isii **oH»i»»a a r«n 

■•■n« rwM ■* a IM CkTHia** •»«•> 
MM rUS iM tSMii UMI • arc* 


t enstgninenls Now Being 
Received for This Importont 
Aactlmi 

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to sro>A (rM*> rrd. sod I sm lor lined 
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ptrAksntly s«'ul flax «nd «ar be 


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Albernll. «.lvrT- n«U « • th« 

h«*ys or wsxpUnt will bkKim pro- 
luwl> In midaummei piodut’lng 
eluxiei^ of deUoa>H> siwriird thick* 
peislled (l■n.w«^« which tcsk «s If (hey 


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(■lU U- bloom foi »r tn;* ■ Indoor 
fordenera he>«u*.e ih« poor thing 
U never -;vrn a ch*nie (c- root 

7 >e 1«"7 of llvr K- overwhelmt 
he> hr-;- with ailtition all winter 
when sU It want! fr. he left alone 
In pe*<e Treat it to a little whole- 
•ome !«>•:*.' si.iitg only ennufh 
water in ke«p the fleshy i-asev from 
ahrivetling 

Allow II to dmwee In a sunny wtn- 
dr- until oarty April, then gradually 
Increaae ila rotlon of waiei. When 
growth becomes really active, give it 
a little treat in ft form of a eoluhle 
ht ;M»p)anl fertiliaer In Us water 

HfitA her--' a pretty big w^vyly 
Vi - %her fully gf and ^ - 11 

need some kind of ' trellis 

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• T are a Jlahle from Thomp- 
•on A Moifan, Ipswich. i^ngHiMl. for 
• shilling piT picket, postpaid, 
which I.V about 14 cents British aseda 
m - ha\e some tiouhle ir. getting ttd 
l‘-’-"dlan silver coins, sr the 
c way lo remit is to send a 

^t-star bill, ordering something else or 
taking a . retJi! r-Me for your rhang- 
he applied on future puirhaaea. 
t w luiiba and plants there is nn 
ted -ape Involved m Importing small 
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their an E. Ttl Ve. -y which 
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YOUNG HERO 
CAPTURES GANG 
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ROUSING 

WELCOME 

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CARTOONIST 
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{irrHimai Hhopfiiii); onl\. No 
i»h<mr. mail or C.O.I). onlrn* acoepltnl. 


it Dollar Daya are deniKiipd to ((uaran- 
t(^ YOl' Hub^tAntial HavinsH on timely 
uaiite<l merehandiHe. 


★ Shop early for be?*t neleelion — Quan< 
titieii are limited. 


it Save on valuea for youraelf, your horn# 
and the entire fainil>. 


Women’s. Children's S Dav ValuesBBs Dav Values for Men and BovsB Even Dollar Specials 


36" Assorted Cottons 

Haf» h vmir op|>oritmily to on c»»«al 
quality I'otinn* Aaanrtmeni ttu luOi^ piln'^. 
platna »hAen«» lahrKu Wi»» |f«n Oanim arwl 
many oth^i'a All ara wa«h J S a 

aMr arwl cntm I 

UpM-tal a jrardM m 

36" Printed Flannelette 

Soft. itM) and warm la thi* top i|ualnv 
ht*av% na|»fi«l HannriHIa Ui<*aJ fni PJ’a. 
nightm and kiddm*' waar So ra»> u> laim 
firr and II dr»r« »oft and nutf> ColorUtt 
and aanfoMwl Nmrii' S d 

rifttai uattrrn ^ I 

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Assorted New Spring 

Fabrics : 

• H6’’ unpunad dtipdr) pnttta ! 

• 3b" poltahed '-rr ponu j 

• ilS" ai'ulptutrd and duru nyUni 

• 4A" pufigrr and aunkut print* 

• ' o.i'- ■ 

• .'iM ' raynn «kirt Imstha 

• impurtod wtnilma S d 

• W" piintfd mtdtitti- I 

3ard * 

HI ntMtNW iA3 <OMeAN'3. dn^ gmul. 

taakton fWmr. fitd 

Silk Squares 

f*ur» Importrd WJ~ i' $ d 

mkwful print* and ga% Oorai X I 

pailarna » 

Short Sleeve Blouses 

Sanfnnml rotim' Mou***« with a» "’d 

roUar atykw CiHim* In a •Ttl«»plMr«a • '| 
C<>k>r« rad whila Wua and I 

>rtlow Ka< k a 

Ml irsON'H UA1 <OUe4X3. 
dpr«* ar» raiMWlr*. mala 


Ratware 

Aafonmrnr of alainlraa a«vl and alKri 
plala knivra. forka. lra»|M»on* and aon.lnK 
piarr* Not all pif*'o* In all d t -d 
pattama I 

Hprrtai ^ f«r X 
HI tiHlN'K ns\ < OMPAN3. 
jawallarv and «ll>arw»ra. main 

Girls* Blouses 

tJMla glita’ Mou«a». poplin with Potar Pan 
collar, ahort puOad alaavaa. paail buiioiu 
aitd fancy amvrMdarx dnwti th« tmni l.uar* 
antaad waahabla l^zac 44. Color* id 
whha pink and Wua I 

Mpct-tel 1 

Boys' Flannelette Shirts 

Lxittg klaavra. pomlad collar and boOfMi 
front laiundara wall SiXM 4 7. id 
Coma in a*-’UHiad plaida I 

npartal 1- 

Girls’ Cotton Briefs 

Ribbed «l>lr «-o4lon briat* with alaatk at fha 

l«t aid waiaL W“ id 

•Miia* J4. /I 

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HI ie*0\‘H ak> tOMPANy. 
cMMrafi'a wear. Sri flnor 


Rayon Briefs 

tfCHMl fitting Wilh alaalir at Iba 
waiat arid lag Aitrartiva paaial 
•Kadaa Si/aa amalt, madlum and 

large 

3 for 4 

HlOHON'M HAY tOdPANV. 
Hngaria. f a ahtaii flnor. tml 


Pair And A Spare 

9 flrai quality *i«xk. ^ patks^c • give 

\ou duubla Iha wear at « axtia -nr pi i< > 
rvcming *hari. Ugh* haiga S d 

Kt/a« S'. II I 

nimlol, porkage A 

Seamfree Hose 

Plml quality *aainfiaa n> Iona mada • -d 
h> I national manufariu’i; Ligh' I 

baiga onh <ira* *'t to II Pair 1 

Wool, Cotton. Angora Gloves 

Urge ■rimani nf nm'cr g|t>va* 
wtuta. bla« k and madiur. .:^*a •mall • d 
madmm and large .Vo; >!; «>.i I 

all r»ilo*« Pair i 

HI li'MIS s %K\ <4IMt‘4k\. 
gk*\p* and koeler*. nuito 


Costume Jewellery 


li^inngB. pint arvl . fina qualh\ 

wtniar rolora made b\ a wci; S d 

Imoun manufarturar ^ I 

SoM'tal aad fur A 


Brassieres 

irfmd quality roitoM biaaaicir-- • -d 

S iva a*rallant aupport. Stia* / I 

B mttng a^ for a 

Pull-On Girdles 

TWawbv ariwtch puUwn gtrdlao that S d 
ara aasv to launO*t Ragular 1 V> I 

A|N>rUI 4 

Sus-Panls 

Rason trvtH "Hucpania’ . . . lightweight 
panlia wMh 4 hone *upi»irrar* - ve* • d 
*mall medium and large I 

Regular I W Wpr*lnl ■ 

HI iftHON-H nay roMPANy. 
twiiwdatlon*. fa*bb»n ftoor. tnd 

Wheal Germ Oil Capsules 

Vitamin K a refined nil from wheat 0 -d 
ambrvo. Bottle of HV> I 

Wparlal 4 

Ml DHONW BAV tOdPANV. WHMlrieo. main 


lightweight 

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NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE ! 

Taiip .^itvantnRp of Our 

January Sale of Permanents 

I 

Gel 4 fine - quality, beautiful permanent 
wave— styled for 1959— a! a price ’way 
below the u.sual cost! Make your appoint 
menl early. 


Phone EV 5-1311 


HiMKnn’a lUy naotrty Haloa. PaaMon rtaor, tnd 
1 aa 3 mar Oiargo Aer*win4 




/r\!!AW *. 


DO IT NOW! 


Men *s Briefs and Vests 

Long alhletlc •tjle ve»ta and hnkay abort* 
that ha\a *lrong ela*tir uai*t. nyU»n re- 
Inforiad lagharwl and a dmihia *aat Wluta 
cotton only. .Siraa *mall me S d 

dium arvl lai |a / m 

Hpe« lal Wd for 4 

HI IlHO.N'H RAy (OHCAM. 
man's fnmUhlng*. ntaln 

Boys* Briefs end Vests 

Veal* aic full length and biiefa feature 
alrong nor. 4ag elaatl. waiatband Whu# 
ccMliH^' only 5ti’*a antall. ipb i d 
medium and large / I 

Hpai Ul WW fnf 4 

Boys* TV Sox 

K>n* wool upperi and a gniuirpr 
arOe Cidor* grey red and blue wt«'> $ d 

•mart pattema Rlaea 7' *'• I 

wpertel 1 

Ml irwO.\*H BAt tOdl'A.N'A. 

hi»y«* wear, main 


5-Pifce Wrench Set 

.V(ue<e wrerwh «ei 'ranm erwii mada of drop 
forged alcel S|?e* 1> IS" lo S’* A Sd 
handy aei to have around the hmiae or I 
WfUkahop. Aperlal 4. 


Psir of Cor Mots 

Two car mala to biotSct the Hoor of your 
one for the viver'* aioe and nne for 
Ihe paMcngei aide Buy four at Ihla low 
|Hire and (Muiect >our ^ Sd 

rear flour too. / I 

HpetAal. md far 1 


Kroft Corsmels 

A rreamy amooth treat . . . carulica indivtd* 
ually w tapped- Klavor* of s') Od 
vanUla. rhorelaie and ^ lk» I 

coconut for M. 

Ml UM4>N1I OAV ( OMPAW. 

r a ndlaa. main 


Two-Cell FUsbligbls 


t' - «iarvlanl "fl** cell Cornea coinplet* 
With two balterlra Has on-off Sd 

*wlti*h and aignal light I 

nperlaJ 1 

HIUNOVN BAt <N>MPAN'3. 
hardware, lower main 


Gold Coil Cigars 

Havana cigar* i4’i’*i gtv* a amooth, S d 
pleaaant amoke. Boa of 3h I 

Apertal. hn* X 
HI tmONd BAV ('OMPA-NV. 

lohocraa. main 

Roll Cuff Ankle Sox 

Codon and nvioe ankW aoa como three to 
a pn^age Vt’hite only, on* g) SD 
aize nu all *SS II * / 

Compietely waatyable Wnerlal far Ad 

HI DHONW BA% < OHPASY. 



Men's Ties 

Aaaortmeni of bettor lie*. Hperial 

2J1 .3 J1 4..'1 


BAY CVyWRANT. 
men’a fumtahinga. main 


Thick Looped Bath Towels 

tjirge *ue hath ttmel* = t iJ*n m — «*iu*rfl 
petterna. .‘<»*ft thick nap Cniorfa*' • d 

and ■KMifhenl .■I'lA* I 

wpMiaJ 4 

Terry Guest Towels 

Soft lenv cloth lowreU will tnnged end« 
Abaorbent and cok>rfa*l th^^ S d 

rrune In aaaofted col '• ' ^ I 

Sire llaJD Wpc-lal x-f for * 

Terry Towel Ensenble 

Sufi fluffs iwp . •okrrfaal jw- I* R*g. 

dk' ea< h *} * 1 

Bath towrela. 'a>«in — for I 

Reg etc -orh •> 01 

Ifaid towel. lA*** *4 for I 

Reg, 29c em-h •! 

Kara ToweU. 12x1? « ^ 

HI HEIN’S BA) (4IHPAM. 

«taple*. Srd flnnr 

6* Printed Linoleum 

You i*an covet a room *»re 9*xlT for Sk 
Smooth printed aurface. .-*ay to inatall aui' 
aMe for hedmnm* ChcMce of S pat • d 
lerna Bring your meo»uren>enK I 

Bpeiial S *n yd*. 4 
HI flHOVW BA) rOMPAN). 
ftaor rmertng*. Ilk fVmr 

Window Shades 

Vinyl pla*le- aharte* 11.41 a|W «■ — :-hle, 
aiainprriOf ai>d flame,, .-tant In a a?!e^ti-4t 
of mlor* greei. iTenm and S d 

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Toss Cushions 

Add a i»’*- ?= "f <rnt\i>r u, : jl 

i«e<m or dei» rr -"e* lU 

and l/'xl?" tour rhoir* of *oUd Sd 

cok>^ nr pii “ I 

Hperlal 4 

Remnants 

Make your own ahori diwpo*. aliptoser* and 
ruahioh rover* A-rTted cotton., rayon arwl 
flbergla* fabric* and a «nd* aelertion S d 
of r€>Jor» and pattern*. AV to 4a" I 

wide Hfwriaf 4 

HI IPHI.N'd nA) COMPANY. 

draperle*. 4th flnnr 

Cops and Saucers 

Jnhnww. I b.v:..kfa«t cupa *nd :;er* S d 
that mme lr> 5“-sried patieiiu I 

Hpertal. eorh 4 

Glass Jugs 

M: *hat hr;-.: e Sd 

iip and Srotlie that I 

Hpe» taL eai k 4. 

Paragon Cups and Saucers 

yi<irai de*igi>‘ S O 

em-h 1 


Hpe< lal. em h 4 

Johnson's Dawn Ware 

Cup* unis vellow green | • d 

blue arsd pink I 

Hpe*lal n fur I 

Ml IIHONX UA) (tlMPAN). 

rhlnaware. Srd fkntc 

Drainboard Mat 

Acta a* ;.h«« k ahwirher pKitM i S d 

d;-^~- Not affected hy ^ . . I 

gent «« hot water Special 4. 

Cotton Yacht Mop 

lamifve \aiht mop c-nmf>le w»:h 
haivlle Hnid* a greet quantity hf • I 
water Whirr tvmnn. I 

Wpefial 4 

Dust Mop 

nuffv hot— =-;d di.*i , pt'k* up 

dual awlftly arsd hokla H Meil# t.om ron.- 
It ta nimpletels wa«l>ahl» and fa-' S d 

drying. I 

Hpntol 4 

Balk Mat 

Rubber mat for the hnm.m .*f voui tub 
derreaaea the pnaatbUliy of a«» K)ent* Su. • 
tlon cup* on the bottom of the mat gnp 
the Uih l.arge roveitng iwpa 4 it> S d 

• appma. 1 . 7 **’’x* 23 N"». (*bolre of I 

cokir*.*- *P*'' •** 4 

Skillet Tray 

CmuUr Mhaped tray wllh protrwbng 
wooden harwlle Mardw»»od lacquered for 

r te«itoo. It la approx ST diameter. May 
UMd (or *er\ing «nark« tandle* id 
and a vat lets of thing*. I 

HpetlaJ 4 


Spice Sets. 7 pieces 

Set of :_*r»fwood ea« h naming * 

common aptce fr..:^ited on a matching Iray. 
Mav >» attat bed to a wall or aet on a flat 
•<ur(a<W Colorful de*loo* *ever- S -| 

^-«ker* In a aet, lacquethd (Inlal, I 

Hperlai 4 

HI Il'tnVW BA) ttlMPA.S). 
bouaewarea, lower molu 


100^ Nylon Yarn 

Spiv livt' nimpaet nylon yam in a «ele(- 
ttem of ten coloi- Hardest wearing of all 
‘ II »• ahrinkpmnf 4 *) Sd 

molhprnnf and rolorfaat -C I 

Hpm tei f J holla 4 

Shoe Mitts 

Ptsatlr protection from du*i artd aruff* 
Koch mitt hold* a pair of /Y S d 
«h>te« Heavy gauge and I 

barvdv K perloJ X.I for 4 

Clothes Brushes 

Imported from Kngtard. Belgium and 9 d 
Italy nykm and pure brtsile lufla I 

Bpeclol 1 

Animal Rgurines 

IJufM. tiger* elephanii aid oihor models 
of lungle dweller- Imported 4 ) S d 
lifelike and sttranive < I 

Wfwetol « J for 1 

Lily "Tm-Tone** 

Excellent carpel o^arp. ran he used for 

Weaving, rrorbettng ruga, dmllea Wide 
nvkH aelertion fOtVyard cone 4) S d 
Color f**t / I 

Mperlol for J 

m IkWIN'W BAY rOMPA.N). 

mdlMM. a*ala 

Nail Clippers 

Made In Ormanv Hurdy Meet Bnget S d 
nail or toenail rlippec* Chrome I 

flnUh Bpetlal 4 

Pro-phy-lac-tic HBirbrusk 

.Seven row* of nvton brtatlea aet In a S d 
rok»red plaatM handle Blue ptnk I 

and '-le.... Blwrtal I 

Kleenex 

Snfi and abaoitient m «r«wy white ptnk 
or yelkm. Regular aice. box /Y Sd 

of 2 iin. 1-* I 

SpeHatJ U far X 

HI IfSOSS) BA) (t>.MrAS'V. 


Men's Broadcloth Pyjamns 


<;ood quality hroodrloih pyjsmaa taome 
dnpdrvi m amorted rolom and noxeliy 
deaigns. Sanforised and colorfaat • 4) 
Size* .V 44. 

Hpet laJ. pair 

HI IO«ONW BAY f OMPAhV. 

men'* farwMdng*. mala 


Lily "Frost twB^* 

Mei te t ii *d. prwahidkk fast color. ert*he4 
cotton. SfXI yards on a fona. 4) S^X 
Wide color aelertion. \ / 

Stave 90%. Saectal fX for dd 

HI DMO.NW BAY (OMPAXY. 

opthiBa. mala 

Men’* and Young Men’* 
Suntan Pant Sale 

t 

f Sprcial, $Q 

I PBCh O 


Bnget S d 

I 

Bpertal 4 

k 

1 In a S d 
ink I 

Boertal 4 


Christaus Cards 

Cards of flrM m^ly- boxed for safe kart 
Ing until next Oirtstmaa. 4) * '* 

limited quanlily Half price f I 

Bpar ta l mo for X 

Everyday Cards 

. ard* in a box mitable for all oivaalon* 
birthday *, anniveraarie*. get well S d 
card* eir Matching Pnveinpea I 

HpeetaL Imi 4 

Writing Pads 

V* full MZe teller *heet* g /\ S d 
|ier pod Kinu quality III I 

unllned papei Hpei-tal 4 \r f»r 4 

Card Table Cavers 

Regular stxe*. quilled plartk -.•mer*. S d 
Kever«lble Blue green and niMC I 

comhinsllona Regular I 4 A B pe r tal X 

Napkins 


Imtiorled sfvd «ello wrapped In tt'a Lunch 
(■on *ued 'sfiprov. 1.1x1 V /* S g 

'itr each 4^ I 

Hpertal 4 / far 1 

Serviettes sad Holders 

120 aerv’teltr;. handed tnaethri In cellofihane 
Pl*«i»r tatUer included [>eep tone entar* 
veti.nr, rolk green Approx 4% Sd 

12x12 Regulai BSr pfcg ~C I 

Hperlai fX for 4 

Ml IHiON-B BA) f OMPAN). 

alattooerv . main 


G 


MPSW 4 d 

3 


SMyM wllh dpper rioauee. plain 
front, boll taopa. lour pocket* and 
cuffed bottom*. Made from <oneaet 
wash and wear cotton needs Inile 
or na ironing «a** » »• 

Mae 39 to \) leg length. Color* 
suntan, beige, atlver grey iceberg 
blue 

HI IfHONd BAY <I)MPAN). 

me«‘* rtail dag. mam 

Hi-Bulk Orion Cardigans 

Claaalr *ivle orlon cardigan* Mtb rthhed 
ruff*, neck and watalhand CompMely 
aMe and mothproof fhoken rolm* 
malae. wru, aiure. red. braruly. lur- *0 
quotae pltUu 5^^ i • 

Sliai Jmu and Slacks 

All have Upper rloaing* ^ 

metude flanneta and novelty rlollta S J 

Dark shadea only. Regular SJ5lo ^ 

HI DHON-B SAY < OWPANY. 
•^nrtawear. ta nh i wa noor, tod 

Men’s' Watch Bracelets 

Men a expanaaon watch tand* hi S J 
Maortfd aiyle*. veUow mb»r , L^. 

HI laWOM'K SAY <?VMPAN). 

yaweflery, mata 

Girls’ Car Coats 

Wlnier weight .ar ata with heavy quilled 
lining toggle butlona double and tingle- 
breairtfd iivle* large pockeu .Auede Sj^ 
ind «heen In amorled colof*. 

Wool Dresses snd Cottoa Dresses 

Broken line# of gtrla* ‘dreaae* chemlaa 
tule* full umn* ahort and >«ng *lem^ 
Belted and atralghi atyle* SUea B14 Sfw 

Aasntled color* Reg S.»-14» ^ 

Hnw-tal 


tule* full umn* aWt and >«ng *lem^ 
Belted and atralghi atyle* SUea B14 Sfw 

Aasntled color* Reg S.»-14» ^ 

Hpertal 

HI IfHONI* BAY tOWrA>). 
rhUdrefi'* wear. Ird floor 

Corduroy Dusters 

petrr Pan rottai. huHon front pi|»ed Ir^ 
\ eleeve length Color* red Mi»e and S fw 
mat RM L. mlles-tively ^ 

Hagerta. raahtnn floor, -had 


$ Day Food Market Savings 


Lynn Valley Peaches (is-«i.) 6 for $1 

Dewkist Cut Green Beans 7 for $1 
Libby Tomato Juice <♦* « > 3 for $1 

Q.T.F. Pineapple Slices 5for$l 

“Horsey” Grapefruit Juice <2-«> 5for$l 
Gaines Dog Food os-m.) 9 for $1 

CONTRAa BRIDGE LESSONS 

.Starting Monday, January 3 tth tm U areek* at a ciyai of fT Vt for Ihe roor-e In th# 
Dtiuglat Room evert Monday 3 4 pm Inieremed parile* pleaxe eoniarf Mr* Warren, 
rubric Reiltinna Repre*en«ailve. main Rom 


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VAHy COLOHIST MA6AZIMB 


• KTOKIA. B C. 81 NUAY, JAM AKV 18, 


Handsome residence of British Columbia's lieutenont-goyernors, high on its hilltop, looks 
out over the Straits of Juan de Fuca where early explorers got their first glimpse of the 
Indian yillage which was to become Victoria. Now nearing completion, the new residence 
has the most magnificent outlook of all Canada s official mansions. 

^ tfilJXyDEM PHOTO HI JIM BYAN. 







By BERT BINNY 


Lavishly They Scatter Riches ... . But the Hoard Is Uridiminished 


* 


O s THK ONF. HAND. It might h«v* c*fW 
Halrvoyancv. prvrognltion or on inirmiirig 
OKompir of. perhop* onchropuot'opy 

On thr otVr 1h^ Hhill^tin^ rouW ho\r Uhrl* 
led It i-hanrv. fortuity or o luvk> gurM. 

But. ho«krver it m termed It re«U>- hupprrved. 
It happened «ome sears . go in Winnipeg 
when a Oipay rame i; the door of Mr and Mrs. 
A. Scott (or what esact purpose his(or> omits to 
relate^ 

At that Hme there were eight little iVotta, 
and the vi«tior. no doubt m recognition of a favor 
recaived. pointed to the twoyearoM and an- 
nounced: 

That one wiU play before royalty?" 

This gratultoua prophecy was vague enough. 
It embraced nu ^y r*” *bihiies B»»th the word, 
•‘play.” and t*-- -sonl •roya|t> have a variety of 
meanings and ronnoiatw ts. But the Scoils were 
Intrigued .ind neser foigot he prognoMiratlon so 
that, now it tu^ prosed not only Inie but 

enact. It has mote remarkable. 

Because re: — “ ; *-nls1 Winifred Slrott, the 
sub)ect of the predicti ' . played before both Prim 
rrss Alesandr# and ihe Prinresa Royal only re* 
eomly 


PFRHAP^. if thaj Romany prophete s s had 
further U^nred, ^ would have forecast a 
long sea voyage for her aubie<-t Her palm ade- 
quately efijssed H'lth silver, she might have peered 
further into the (dture and announced marriage 
lo a darK hands _T.e man. She rouM have lifted 
the veil that separates tomorrow from today and 
foretold aw « ess .n a choaen career 

And these things she couM have dune not 
only beveuse ihev ar~ of a piece with moat surh 
pronouncements hut becauar they would all have 
been true 

Winifred Sc*>l(. the brilliant plamat whose 
siAry future wa* * • ewrly foreseen, la arluolly 
now Mrs. Rohir Wood and. «ure|y. Mr Wood 
re<|utres pMt little tn(rodu(**>on to Victoria* Now 
an examiner for ‘he Roval .Schools of Music in 
Lbndon. rngtand as well at a corwert p4anM. 
hla rspeer started in Vutorta. Hit par- 

ents. Mr. and Mrs. R. J Wood live at 1035 Bewd 
ley Street, in Raquimalt 

Both Robin ;tnd Winifred started ihetr ^n- 
Istic p rogre ss very eorly and both continued very 
aacresafulty Both were picking out tunes on the 
keys at the age uf three Winifred started serimts 
training at aeven Robin ^ssrd his f|gat Aanoo 
ated Board of the Ruval Schools examination at 
five 


Robin received a st-holarship with Stanby 
“■ at 10. In imn he won a scholarship gi v e n 
by the Aaaociaied Board to the Royal Academy 
In London where during hia student days up to 
li-’'' he wor •practirsilv every pnae they had* 
In 1A50 he wras awarded Ihe Boise .Scholarship 
under which he continued his siucUes in .*4witirr 
lend. That same yrar he won both the Queen’s 
Pnae and the M'orshtpful Compsnv of MusictaiM' 
McdaL The former was . particular triumph In 
view of the (art that the competition siras ofwn 
to any eandidste under 30 ye^rs and was. there- 
fore. extremelv stllf 

But the Medal of the Worshipful Compsnv n( 
Musicians pon^csses the eddad lusite of 1^ his- 
asaocic’km because Ihi donating company 
has existed ir one form or another under this or 
that royal charter and perfommg a vanetv of 
functions at least since IfifM ard in all probahiiiiv 
since no less than .W yr brtore Mr Wood won 
Its modern xwird 


Moreover, having met Mr Wood and cert 
^ •hjoywd the meeting. Ian sure that hi 
thoc^ghlv loyal not alone to the icchnicat s 
diPds of Ihe Worshipful Comiwnr but as wel 
their early social reguJation.% These fothscM 
viling. rebuking, wniting or abusing any broi 
Of the aame fellmvshtp and ew hewed Ihe sins 
dltlii'- 'Vinton — !asrtvlous songs 


iJkewlse. compsr. pohry frowned on carry- 
log "an |nstn~-*-‘ unrs*ed or uncovered, lo be 
seen by anv p.- -g bv" ‘adruttedlv difficult to 
dn with the pisnni snd It cairgoricaiiy stipulated 
thaf^i^ member were not to play u|w>n any 
1 ^.^ — jn streeii. lanes or alleys of 

the > between the hours «f ten at night and 
five Ihe rmr- 

* s s 

WINIKRKIi w4 OTT“H best remembered early 
feat ~ t^as Ci--< dda i >wen Davies of Winnipeg. 
At the I'oivc. ity of Maniiebo Mias Scott scstn 
the Odd Medal mu*-* arwl continued her stud 
Ira with Frank ' n.cr In New York 

But. artusHy she had taken her M(.SM and 
notification of •** --tk! not reach her 

for a year. For this she a st*ll grateful She en- 
)oyed that year In Gotham very mia^h. But R 


2 , Bailti (Eplmttfll 

K| N'DAV. JAX. IS. IMS 



TREASURE of SILVER 


From conqucsls »bc««d. RoWa aid Winifred Wend bate rrtonwd Is U.^scMs comert %tags 

... but briefly 


was not unUl 15MS (f •• she went io London Rng 
larvd 

It waa this voyage to be ?xarf. on "O’ 
deck ofJhe Ciiri»--t It - Aquitania that she met 
Robin Wood And. while tiw mrf.iestic old Aqui 
tania proceeded shortly lo the bi^rwyard. the r«> 
mance bom on her ageing decks flouriAhrd apace 
Robin W'ond and Winifred Scott were married in 
IMk and celebrated thetr lOih wedding anniver- 
sary last De* It 

The artivii»es of these Are lemflc. 

Since Sefiiember tf.. . have averaged thi<ee con- 
certs a week Next summer ihc\ are giving con- 
certs and leH'Uires at a mustcsl summer school 
lo be held at Matlock In Derbyshire 

Thev play both «olo and two piano mnasris 
including wcekh krtMuksstt on the BBCt "Kiiiga 
of the Keyboard" sciics 

Recently Ihey appeared wnih tlw London .Sym- 
phony at Festival Man playing Mocarl't Twts 
Plano C*:r.rr. ~to in F Flat The\ have, also per- 
formed with h great orchestras as the London 
PhtlharmonK'. while Mr W’ood has been with the 
Royal Phllh.vrmonic. the Birmingham City Orrh 
Mtra snd th^ NaUorxi Youth Orrhestra. 

In addition. Robin is both a professor at the 
Royal Academe and jn cvamirwr for the Assect- 
sted Bostd while W inifred Instructs lunlor s< hoi- 
arship winners at the Roval Academy. 

Both have played In merv important centre in 
Great Britain as well as in France and the t'nited 
States. Mr Wood also has concerts to his <Tedit 
in Italy Belgium Poland and Ormany 

•He a member of ihe hrtlliant St Cecilia 
Trio, aamed after the paimn saint of music, as 
are the famous 5li Cecilia lUll in Edinburgh and 
innumenhie musH'al organutat.~rr :usi sboui ihe 
world over The tno has .Mr. Wood at the piano, 
snoth^ Car...jliin, Sydney Humphreys of Chilli- 
I : •*!. and Norman .(ones of Birming- 
ham Li'fland is ‘cellist 

And. In 1**A Robm Wood added lo his many 
laufeU h\ w.. :: ^ the Commo;. .er.iih s most 
dUtlng:i:>bed prue in music, the Hornet Cohen 
Award 

a • s 

Afir.M't: FROMIIRS manv examplrs of im- 
portant (h .-.-cies from qulie dissociated 

rese a rch- Columbus found America while kwhing 
for Japar 

Thi - I ; “ trted to gifTil from quite a 

•.„r:“*v of n.:. ' s =he names of iheir favorite 

cocniMiser It *: B‘ iost cause. None of them 

r== s f.-^”?;te 

W'ood are no exieptton 
lo this pritxiple of mtholk* taste Bctwieen the 
two of them and I z. :..~.4d that they were sfjeak 
Ing as much from ----ricsy as romiriion ihey 
mentioned Ba«.h. Br?ihmen. Massorgsk). Brrtioa 
("amaxinglv original.* obaetved Mr W’ood of the 
last fwo*. Peter Kaiir<e >*lk1ier. Hindemith. Rawo 


Ihomr Tippett and Arthur Bhsa. NU-«ier of 
the King's .Mu?^ 

But in aticmp'-'^ to e*»«?iii«h fa\....:c# — 
perhat>s a rather past, me «i'\way It has 

hrixmie very apfui^ *t mv .* all like best 
the particuiar com. ra-- .|-v ^ ihcir aiien- 

lk>n at the time 

It IS cetiainiy • .u- with Mr. and M Wood. 

1' ■ aftem-’ and •'rmr^rmw cvrc^.-ir Ri>bin 
^nd Wipifred \Voo<1 tl" i.'uest artBis • »ih the 
VWioria Svmphrrr.-. .i_ --rra Mr Wood wa« last 
hete m and c.r.—. u, jjisi 

With Ihe o.". stTs they w«|| be htsid In 
Bs<h’s C-Minor Ctw.*‘fTto for iwo jk - - ..nd or 

chestra. the second “ being {'.:r:--rTio No 2 

lor Fham and Or. h. — .. Bilal, by Brahms. 

An important . --.x was due to start at 
London’s FesftvNI Hall «t H 15 pm But «< ap- 
proximately 7 55 pm. a dieadfui omi«vM>n was 
discT-vered 

No. nobody ! id fmgwit'C. their instrument. 

But ptanisi Rohm Wood’s dress trouMis »<ere 
coftsp(.-uously absent 

■ 'ly susiwrvk . . were ihetc ret«-unis Mr. 
Wood, but there * sthlng to . jer 

A me*ser.»*r -.Hlurg «s if from i;hent to 
Aix VIS dispniched ir llic general direction of 
home He might m-‘ - '♦ and be back -h#.ut an 
hour 'ate 


W'ord of this sirioriat tragedy soon leuchcd 
Ihr : jger. apprrorth a man of action, lesource 
and direction. 

' He loaned me hw inoisrrs ” reinlls Rnbm. 
Thev filled very *^e|| and they were i»Ne and 
warm I played vcr So well*'’ 

And the 

I wonder h::-.! - h.. ' « 

(mm the lrirru>st ii -- of h»s 
from behirvd a de«K* 

« s s 

A RAT HF K 0®s< I KF l><et named Rkhard 
Edward *dere«| to hav. been the 

artglnator of the »» . — ^on. mus'. ke ** ‘‘h her 

silver sound" It amwsv rr..m a 


« H a inital 
•fflce i-Khably 


iw- 

An- 


Song 


' Htshop 
't K'lglish 


Of 

- inw 

quite a< 

^ pcA— 

- .^predation nf th« 

*<<*1 \eor -- sppiecla* 
' ti'd foi a good 


Tiic Tlic rx-ISr 

ihsT It )es|irakB 
- Aeix 


lo Ihe I-ute In *?i- 
Perry's famous * ^ 

Poein * pubt. :ied 
Thla. however 
ble feature of ih-.- 
very ■ ’ ly a ke-- - 
and Influence of m>; 
llor. ir, ; ‘--.lalJ‘ - 
mnnv vrare hefc>i»* *haL 

^it Ihe mu h4s always had to he ih«re to 
1*^ •rc-*^v4ted. V'. l.'liffutill In imagine 

So the Silver s/*jn1 has hern r“*‘ t<n down 
Ihtoijgh the \e*c- th.>-r he*t filled by nature 
aiu‘ developed by n to fulfill ihl- rr«-'i neces- 
aaiy la.sk. 

What a drab, unhappy world this wtaild be 
without it? 




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Early Spanish Explorers Called Nanaimo 


BAY .. REST 


/I MONO THK POHSfr.HSIO.VS of tbe late Marfa Rale, a NaaaitnQ }usUee of the 
^ peace UWW), waa an old Hudson’s Ray C'oai|Mn> despatch book rontain- 
iigi copies of correspondence nhick passed between Governor OonRlas (later 
Nir 4ames l>o«tgla.s) at Victoria, R.C'„ and Janies H’ McKay, also of Victoria, 
over the period Augiiat Z4. IW2. to Reptember t7, IHM. 


One leiler Irixtrudcd McKay 
*to prticeed, with all poaalhle 
diligent'f In Winluhuysen In 

let. eommunly knowq as fvia- 
nymo Bay and formally take 
possession ol the coal beds 
lately discovered ” { • 

Mr McKay duly proceeded 
to Wintuhuysen Inlet, arriving 
there on or about Aug 77, 
1R53 his first despatch to Gov 
emur rw-uglas being dated 
“Wintuhuysen Inlet • Sept. 1. 
lgS3 This name wax used by 
McKay until March 8. 18M 
when he a«k>pted "Nanaimo ’* 
Commander James C. Pre 
vost. HM.s Virago m a des- 
patch written at F,aquimalt, 
dated April 2L ISS. states "I 
purpose calling at the harbur 
Of Nanaimo, 70 miles frora 
thla, on the Admiralty chart 
Six milea well nf iVAcanao 
Creek. w,h ere (he new coal 
mine has been discovered.” 
Descanao Creek (Descanso 
Bay I IS on the norlbw^t part 
of Gahriota island i where the 
Nanaimo North Galiano ferry 
lands! Quoting from Gallano's 
voyage >p 55i: *This hay Is 
Cals del Dcscano (Le. a amall 
bay of rest i of the Spanish of 
fleers. Galiano and Valdes, 
commanding respeettvefy Ihe 
exploring schooners SutU and 
Mexu-ano who cirrumnavi 
gated what is now known ax 
VanexHtver Island in the sum- 
mer of ITU. The welcome an 
chorage for their small ves 
sell wax natnent "Descanao.* 
fr«un the fact of (heir dlsmv 
eDng II St the cloae of a 
stormy day. June 15. 1780." 

Nanatnev. or Nanymo as In 
earlier spelling was the Indian 
name of (he Incallly. and the 
home. fr«>m lime ImmemortaL 
of five hands the "Qual ae^ 
oH.* "Saal-a-chlm." "Yee shee- 
kan." Annowenes" and (he 



This It tbt Fkit 8 f i Stfin: 
STORY If Ue COAST 

ly 

Ceirgi NIcbilsii 

Tow wut kan." welded in(o • 
s«>rt nf loose confetleracy 
named “Sne^ny mo" (Nanai 

Tlte word ny mo Is ui» 
-»ood (o mean 'The whole. 
<-r s big strong 'nhc ' Each 
hand was said le have Ms own 
xl charmcieiiBilcs. and 
vtss named accor-hng to !(• 
tdnation. Rome oM Indians 
• III pronounce It "Sne ny mo." 
ih# “s" moie or less dlstlnc- 
tl .ely sounded bef<»re the “n.'' 
and (he "e" kmg. as In “we." 

In HAS. ofttcem of the Hud 
ton's Bay Company aurveyed 
the harbOb and Departure Bay. 

'td In May of tha< year. Capl. 
f>nrge H. Inskif.. RN. HMR 
Virago, obtained many more 
•nun«tings which he added to 
the chart 

77>e wrilement 'Nanalmoi 
Is marked Colvllleiowrn on the 
wir office map ol I85p. also 
on the Nanaimo distrui official 
map of tJie «sme yc«r < named 
After Andrew Colvllie. gover 
nor of Ihe Hudson s Bay Com 
pany J*>3 !»«• Leiters from 
the tfltlemenl. previous tn 
18T9. were usually addresaed 
' C«‘Jvillc Town Nanaimo. V I. 
Af'er that <late the name Col- 
vilWlowrn was gradually dis 
conitnued and has not been 
used since IhfiO 
Coal was .liwvivered by the 
Indians at Nanaimo previoua 
t„ 1849 It Is said that (he Jn 
dians were dlg.ring (or clams 
• ti the beach in frxMit of what 


Is now the cbnire of the city, 
when one of Uiei: number un- 
covered some black rock. Be- 
IfM a chief among them and 
having more than the usual 
am<Kint of curfanlty vouch- 
safed to an Indian, he knocked 
a piece off. felt how light M 
was and wondered If It would 
bum. • 

As far a* can be learned, 
the “coal tyee" ‘chief*, as he 
was afterward: known, had 
never seen ooai before, but be 
look the piece to camp put It 
oa the fire and uttered a gut 
lursl grunj of sallsfaction as 
he «w Ihe (lames slowly lick 
II up. 

After this exoerience. he 
recignized. on visiting Vic- 
toria. the same stone in the 
blarksmlih's forge at the fort, 
and upon enquiry hearing it 
was of great value and brought 
a long way from over ihe aea. 
he undertook, on promise of a 
reward, to returr- home and 
bring a eannt load of the 
wonderful st-me to the white 
men. This he duly performed. 

• MoKsy * 

The Cadhoro was the first 
vessel to leave Nanaimo with 
a load of coal Rhe sailed on 
Rept. to 1853. wth 480 bar 
rels. ciinidgned to Vkloiia ‘ac- 
cording* to a despatch from 
McKay to Governor Douglas). 

Nanaimo turUn was t'esur 
veyed In 18Ui by Cap! Rich 
ards, HMS Plumper, and again 
in 1809 hy officers of HMS 
Egeria under ihr command •( 
Commander Morris H. Smyth. 
RN 

Departure Bay was named 
by olficerv of (he Hudson's 
Bay Company in 1853. North- 
umberland channel. Nanaimo 
harbor and Departure Ray 
were dis»x»vered and --Mlecltve- 
ly named In 1791 by Ihe Span 




View of the fine, modern piers whlrb serve the «- 'If' \ Ing 
ferries tn Ibr mninland. 


ish officer Lieutenant Eltta. 
"Boras dc Winthuysen." and 
are thus shown on his chart 
They are also mentlimed by 
this name by Gatlano and Val- 
dez. who visited there the fol 
lowmg year. 

In conneclion with this name 
of Winihuyaen. It may be men 
tinned that one o* the Spanish 
officets killed at the bottle of 
St. Vincent. Feb 14. 1797. was 
Rear Admtiai Francisco Xav 
icr Winihuyaen whose flag 
ship. San Joseph was one of 
two ships capiure<\ by Nelson 
Wlnlhuyser's sword, reeeived 
by Nelson, was presently by 
him to the Corporsiloo pi Nor 
wich. In wh*ch diy It is sHli 
preserv e d. 

Ncwro«(le Inland, sheltering 
Nanaimo harbor, was named 
by officers nf the Hudaon's 
Bay Cnmpary In 1853. 'after 
the anricnl coal city of .New 
castk upon Tyn •. Niuthumber 
land. England 

Protertion Island was first 
named by officers of the Hud 
son's Bay Company. Douglas 
Island, after CovWnor Douglas 
Changed to Us present name 
In 18M. If i« another of the 
Islands protecting Nanaimo 
harNir 

(ialkms Point. Prot.-rtion Is 
Isnd. IS tr..~ Mtc of the llcht 
house ii Ihe entrance ir- Na 
ifximo eMabll«»^ in 

18Td, It firs* named Exe- 
rutl-'-n Point, and laier t •allows 
Point, by offUzrqs of (he Hud 
iM»n s Boy Company " 'cause 
two Ini".’--; wi-re hrnged 
ther=' fnf mutdet on Jan f7. 
1F53 The name was vd«>pted 
bv Cap! r H.MS Plum 

per. In Iftrr 

In fl ‘ «ini.--r of 
ir-o young r.siur , aC-'w! I. in 

a Ni" d.-ii.. tndi. -. wan- 
I. il> ‘ it .i.r I killed PHr r 
Bniwn a • n ■ " t i-Pd al 

I,ake IMI Tf.c) w; :, cap 
tiii-Ml hy C-. D< 

with l^ . ' V -_.f a de 


lachmcni of blue | 

* and 

marines under the i 

i mand 

of LKuienanU Sans | 

t iSaiv 

sum Narrows! «md i 

f 'orexby 

1 Mom^ Island), (ri 

t HMS 

Thclls. who ♦iroreerk ' 

Cow- 

ichen and Nanaimo In ' 

Hud- 

sun's Bay Compum • 

hrlgaA* 

fine Recovery >snt* 

Reaver. 

earner 

Much difficult) 1 

t experl- 

enerd In arrewing t i 

1 Nanai* 

mo Indian., who when * 

•: heard 

that the governor * 

1 1th an 

armed force was after 1 

^ im left 

his village and loo- 

to the 

woods A few Inches 

f snow 

had fallen a. id hts f i 

t tmarks 

were followed Hf w-s 

i traced. 

in (art. to ■ river | 

‘Chaw 

River, so named from [ 

? he ind- 

deni ‘ Here the sc»t] 

|t. Basil 

Botlneau. found h i 

I -If at 

fault, and. as it w 

getimr 

dark, would have a i 

1 :-d(»ned 

the scarrb had no* 1 t 

1 Indian, 

who was In hidln.< tmi 

t-r drift- 

wood, snapped his i 

intlock 

musket at him. But 11 

I prim- 

Ing and charge «-> f 
and netihei exploded 

* damp 

*n»e scimt fol*m*— ■ 

• the «. 

rertlofi of the scmj;. 

but in 

the duak could not 

the 

Indian. wh'». mesnw i 

i tried 

a second shot at h i 

4 This 

time the primleg j 

‘■ly ex» 

p5;i.t-d and the flash \ 
his hiding place t'- - i 

-.-d 

1 Imme- 

ilL:|ety diiicnvered. • > 

r.-vime 

and handcuffed 

Tl: - next “ : .[..a 

and 

tJie Cowichan. neme-i | 


who had been arre'* 

. . (Jov. 

emor DrHirtav a*v? 

P - ly. 

;;;.M fc mui*' 

■r '»i« 

quj.. leek of the 

• ■‘G 

c'liltv — > ; 

'•n 

Uie nuih poiMl w ; 

at wxa 

tr.en known Dr- • 

1 

• Pr...; - n 

exrt“- ..n: t. pu 

’ --1 
•n a 

... tv ■!- ■- • -.een 1 ,-; 

Ih -... a •• 1 pm. 

houia 

€aUt| (Tnlnntfit 


y M»W. J4N |^; 

in# 


ROBERT SAVERY WATCHED THE LITTLE 'COON 



J C DOH N to Ih* «Kof« 

Mi4> PY««hi( lo wbrr« tW 

ratling brr«Jk^ni w R r • 
bwtly puUA^tnx o«t • b«(» 
iimm rr^*>rfa»r«tloii m thry 
cmmc rn'amlnv »< rau ttw 
wMv ««rMl 

AN»\^ " ' .1 windlew iky 

Ri ■ an arc (tottaq 
With h'^ motionlraa cloud 
pufl« th i> Acntualty merjrad in 
lha paari r;<*v infinity 

«d haan warm to 
tha f-H"* diaromfort. and 


boKinninf 


I lumad toward Iha daniia Thawind 
J«ir and fir ball behind ma 


lima ha 
>«< mM*t 
vkhh tha 
• nara 
l>*tw*^ 

'• m»«f 

- ' now 

_ ti-rfant 


masked lat-a w-ti i -j- 
ma frr-.T: a'.ary traa Of - raa * _ ' a 
ihara «aa noihinir Bu* tha -• 

tracks »at ma thi'ihmf cr tha ' h 
roona' «»da of tha tiory. how ' ■ 

with avary m<* . od afii- * ^ io 

htm and half tha pradstcr* of j| 
itw h>raat tha littla c-oon ■■ ■. - rt -k 
A(ad to auntjva and avr~ pr „• 
dura an inrraoaa tn'hla popu- «r-«hrat 

***‘^~' Witt. It 

Whan nirht fall tha wind formad 
rr«a staadily and tha wavas sand had 
crashad acroaa tha «and with 
rusr.i fur>- Than a«i tha moon 
pair radtanra 
tha haavmc watars 


thara 


duna 


rraba In tha 


!iour I waa 
up camp, than 
■ryihing in order 
wn toward! Iha 
sad tha wat sand 
*.‘d by the Urga 
r^ipty dam and 
. haphaaardly ar- 
ia groupa sitting 
a -if what ap- 
tw rakad sand 


'•iiwlla«l wtili 
f * iim- »ir»nc 
«• loaning 
■ lhr‘ iir*| 

iW-Af 

■' -r«-ai h atMl to 

spraadinf ws<ar« 


and to mv laft 
pi»“" 4p to tha 
=^nd har •'>d ‘*n J: — ‘sard 
sida had ;; ..ia far and wida 
arrows the mar-» flats bordar 
mg the lat' ~ 

Tha sand . ■ ihp — ‘v.,; 
bar had bean r. ‘ : by tha 

wind Inin a Ir^r rn . duna 
co^wrad with tparia Mhora 
;ra- At tha far and »f this 
s^g back a -- najl g;-jp of 
traaa had fought bra.f'y to 
maintain a foMh Id thair 
Nanrhas bant. twi-*od and 
laanmg before the »tat>l 
...nc Now to Iha Kv,i ,f tha 


J-mi a sm. •- rk ob)art. 
rmasing the »«nd t-;.- Ha 
>rrmad to rr„ . • _ rti_.l. 
rfllv. first -'owiy and than fast 
I ^vid w» imaftoa tha ‘ ,rp 
bright llttla rxr- In thair hlar^ 
mask qo»*t)ng m ra and thara 
for tha lamama of rr7>‘' ir 
othrr morw is nf |« a< ha 
darted frr>m one likely spot to 
another 

Tha llttla too: was far more 
than half th» length it Iha 
hat ar ' .*t;-uhfa that dia 
from safrl> wt<~ ha 
= .«rr>ad arwt haadad for a small 


t-ama up 
flooded 

with a weird, graanish light 
f lay bork tn my steeping 
bog and llatanad to Iha rtslng 
tempo- of wind and sea while 

On Hoaat inapachon. how my thoughts turned kufly to 
avar. the ground appeared to the *HHa room and 1 won 
h^a b^n tramped with vary dared If any woutd venture out 
amall 1*^- three and a half . hunliag along the bench al 

inches in length the knptint .though with such a high tide 

of wr ' *. .i4s sirnilar to that of running H wouM ha difficult 
a ckUd by the small and at limes maybe danger 

heel ptir.: pc. aii*r rake »ua. 

markirr-^ «* s«d b*. the 

mark* if fhe asrecdingly 

sharp lltti. »w» on earh foot. 

Rewg-v .ng the 'coon marka. 
what raail> pc-rled me waa 
Ihair qi' - .i', for the same 
pati'Yn cat nad along the bench rw, 
as far _ e> e could aee. Evt- iw air 
denily I 7«d stumblad on the Will you 
prue !«-. 7 'C ground of the allow ma s 
Jocal •. . tt. 

Tha llttla tiM-ka brought to 
mind Iha . uon hunts «t»b*rTa*sf 

Ihc3 • th -oma him b> the 

back, irar :: through graph in 

br. ,r^ i =-rih.bl, rough r, 

tari K . in ■ wi -iark m 
or^ fr'fowad h«i:^ on ttw *j®* ^ 


• ha r»M« app^ored fits- 

mavad i:. vat .jp lai hla 

^-»!kad =:(>und 
and li - ad uri. etiainly 
■ water ^rnd than 

- ft‘"la moiamrnis. laiy 
;>f .«> II limans rruika 

” “claaaanil) su»|itised. 
Tlian witn a qukk iTMoemml. 
-- the ■ .nl had turned 

nd mo\a<t n his pace 

„j.._ . .. .j, ^ 

- ’ *: ' aUp«ed hafnrr ha 

was hf - to a tialt h\ the 
. • le- t.ig In 

f :r ->f lie fast aiutind, 

• Pi’ agii.«titj and 

-‘ • "I r.i hfj in sai ing 

U. f:/ W ^*i In do? 

V-‘ e\.‘ Ir. ht- 

an»«d ;»| w i tie ml; tiave 
fc: -jf.re :.ji iNlMIlng 

llw < ;'r*r rad hr.ifcrn thtfiugh 
h«r and now a sart- 
' iiv. r -f awift Whlai a 

full l!- „|| 


Letter to the Editor 


and UnMiar tang the 
l/ta tunning suit. 
foraru??r=?:r of its 
rank* ^^wistung |««at 


4 Bttly (Kolontal 

BVNDAI, JA\. Ig. ifM 


Conrludad om Page Ig 


to wr . 

* ■" ilders. there- 

fc.-e 1 

!•'" •>1 to see the 

eo* ■ 

. water ahead. 

N- - f 

would t * ■ -. there. 

for 1 ■ 

4. lied by bit ter es 

P** 

'^id those Pacifte 

,S ^ . 1 . •-■. 1 

■ ; . s •; ause 

ir.7 

W 9* 

-'jht -if the sea 

MU. -- 

--'ing to navw 

I w 

k^l fr .:if —V equip- 

ment ’ % 

a l-.rge sheltering 

rr \ f.. 

su yar^ V*ove 

tl^ v« 

i ne and rwtlced to 

my . 

' soAd bar that 

aoparstr:: 

T V waters of a targe 

ft 

~ the rippling tide 

Wstei 1 . 

' - right the wide 

bear 7. . 

- -!tM-jnd a head- 

lar-7 

*. and gravel to 

»a*-r 

.-the ft --id "CS de 

Vt._ *f 

riot even a ‘.ird 


They Planned to Save Money — But It Didn’t Work! That Way 


s 



’i 




“ A ^T^;K ytw. AM) A HALF VK-\K.S nl Hving 
in a mofal we Hantad big rucNna and lota ol 
hfnra.** says Doug Angus, nliohe new borne roM- 
binas k»g roiKtrui'tion with many ol tbr features 


•f ranch slyta buikiing. 
The «|tactouB ta> outa of 


aonw of the ranch 


Mr snd Mrs. Angus 

admired 

most thiesieiwd f*. U 

pr -.r 

tlve in : ■!. so th». 

±-r.ded 

to seiile f'H a btg sqiuirv log 

house 


(.Squaiv de*i^ is ~ 

--SI prae 

tical lit buiidi!-.^ wit;, 

mga be 

cause It permits uw 

(>t Inga 

that all onr 

1 

How •. wirti 11 

•c.r 

leog -‘. 'it ' 

- ic 

foot ii J. - ■ 


llveiisl It. tiwii pi 

J. D - 

anil Mar A.- - 


unespi- :. ■' '=77*111 

I i..fM a 

bediis k. --7 part 

of the 

t>aw*i: *11 was suppi.- . 

nd tc- be 

pou -*l itw !«-“-■ ig 


fn « - . . 

i - jg 

revt==d ii hu f% r 

pi-. - ft. 

confiMm With Hie i 

rf the 

rocli Ihi* resut* 

If. L- 

WvaiMsd K—r- s> n 

standa 

KMlav 


Work waa = 

M' 11^. 

and dutw* a J am 

sepsi * - 




of ki< : 

f. tuUt 

y«.- d. '. • 

1* 

ihe 

who : ■ • • It 

.1? * ^ 

Doug Al>.’um adw-« 

r. . 

qwil^ a <tm^ wri« ap«~ii-ni 

resuK 5 

< »us 

(;usial«- . wh(- ' 


house the (loldst;rc 

“ jrea 

s Nurw.-gi.,ri ase *- 

(•) the 

name .if ‘ ;f 1. , .J -r. 

was 

lor«' d H. :: .= i 

t'--* 

tkMISI iU:: 


wiih a " pun 

• Mg 

cht-'l' ft - pmtiJig ■ 


pole with ‘ K -tr 

I* -rkie 

tknuwn !•> 


tons i« s ' j . pc>:. 1 

ft-. PSia 

mg the ; 


• • • 


TW Norweglon 

he .• 

Of (*« . ! ••U.e* - ' ‘ 

groov si ll« ft ' 'm 

• Sth It) 

fU ovei t*-- t' d tli..- of 

the Of)-- * ‘ /.i it Th 

- ac 

fomplishett by p- t -• 

"f the 

lag ... pi .nd tfter 

• rVtng 

along the side^ the 

whe«« the (op cr- ■ 

-.U be 

grwived with a wirr 

.r.slru- 

mertt oitmelhlng hke 

a hig 

p«" -1 - T'.' •»! 


(hen mt le with mailr-i and 

chisel The .. ' i 

a very 

close we4fherpr~rf fit 

i • ^ ff • 

Ing a hare minimum of calk 

lug 


Tile rurner |o 

of the 

Angu- h 'ite i« not. 

' aad- 

die. a • truciidr ’hat 


no national hA::~4ane« By 


way «rf ill ornamanial finlnh. 
a*«'h log has bean altowrd to 
pfo>art slightly ba)ond the one 
above sr»d tha rut ends trim- 


med to one sioplnc plana This 
known aa ■ basiton comer 
From pr« vious aip*-rience in 
tnalntananee of tha MaUhai 
(*halrt. Doug Angus knew be 
could aapas*t trouble from tha 
affart of tht aun un vamiah. 
so Used twe r^ati of tha bast 
spar varmati, foUowed by two 
coats of a apacial vamtsh da 
vaioprd by a Ural - Mnpnn> la 
ultra 'bielat i«> I*. 

• --<1 of A|b.i 

' . Used 

Door a—- wt-<kiw openings 
before tha iugs ware in 
F ■■ have bear deeply* 

£.:i4ved bafv' ft = - iniari-w 
- pnats and <i i*o ware fit 
on. T> ■ leTfri'' fsj ihr 

3f mU r.., »‘Hh a 

mte-— - » dlflro *•, 

• a a 

The lodga la«k 
I -nal slant:, cairiad nut 

tb jgt »! tJw^ hii._. - TJ 

> - . in ir 

■*~l>>la pur- 
ls Of t>ing walls to 

- •• . a. ” 1 *^ .... . - 

-r o iM - *;• 'll bring 

ry • nial K~ iiy <-adsi 

bean n 1 fui parir 

■- It: . w».. ;. It 

sfe ■srrtM in-ida. 

• e<Ur Is ait“ — d for Unu-i 
'* f enf -Tg and for *’• c 
tu^. ol the tb dno Tliia 
will be aatin finished 
Tt:- ; ‘ t kltl'-r:- ■ - J|y 
pine thn>ug finished Ho 
' ‘p ’ ?e; , light • wiiti 

!-.quar A laB'' 

‘ ” cr op« dmtWBi 

and half wall aapaiaie^ kitchen 
and living nwm 

Fkiors of Iha kouaa era of 
thrv ' ;uartc -tk'h oak. cut in 
iiarr.*' wi'*'Tu of foui and 
III. c,et. and pegged witn 
mahogan> Tl' r ml hs. bean 
uaad aa a f - -roh and pnx^ : 
Doug Angus has always ad 
:tl >* fireids . .. siul 
^-"•jld hs\*- r h.d lo have one 
jf white }. ■ quarried 

from Iha pi-<i<eity of a nearby 
friend llowi «.usi of ion 
stntrtlng w.tti ftimia <-auMd 
him to set Hr for vary gaud 
IcDking w , a t h a r a d hrick. 
wl.!rh has ■■ ■■ hultl U fret 
with • wellra:^ 
.heartJi. It Ir ludes a healilalor 
“;th veiitUa'on at Iha ends 

By 

GINNIE 

BEARDSLEY 



log rtnMi Tho 

f 


This Is an IntarkN* slaw of the %ngu« home. Uliislrsltng the 
oM spinning wheel Is a fandly i« , . 


.Shake rfsnfiig Do-i g had batrktom of Mr Angus family bia . f -at viewa. and an ex- 
K^*d to do hunaeit but with If Nt-'S •' *..i. ten i' e propetij that irxiiuiaa 



a dvr ' delay due to 

being - .*1^ cut of the plaee. 
rof—tru. tion was already tak- 
t - a >* ■ an.j a half *f»a mo- 
^ d VI tied b> t.‘rr 

fliat of Jul> ■ hr ' ' for 
‘r.'ti. the work, out Th** 
cedsi wlii be -ft u'*” rhed, 
and allow ' : to weather nat 


setsMvi Kastam relic U 
an old Inaurani plaque, a 
reminder of the days wlian 
the householder paid directly 
to maintain the Y-ofunteer fire 
department. The preseora of 
the plaque lo6l the firemen 
that the hooae owner wat a 
inerohet tn good standing and 
that their pay for the job 
was assured 

Furniture i* in part 'and 
eventually will be anilralyi 
in the early North American 
style so well suited to log 
Doug and Marilyn 
fa^Jlr Iha .Salem finish, a rklu 
light, chocolate brown. 

Vi'ith one of British Colum 


;sm Urp*’ t . to bo 
i>ed lot swimming Mr. 
.Mrs Angc: .‘‘Aie great 
' and a wot^J. .'ful oppor* 
for development at an 
ding counii) estate Al- 
they have a«^•;^vvd a 
handaome home admjr- 
sj^iifd to the Malshat 
y where It stands even 
they rvTtamly duln't 
hat they set out to do; 
ioney by building with 
The house socrvwifalJy 
the spaciousness of 
?->le living with the log 
- * ire so well suited to 
tree covered country* 


tune 


furnisi'ing feature U a 1(0 
yearoid splr.iiing wheel, an 


The NhsotrsttM of one sUv of Uw Angus home, show 
(he * ii o »W i»o* eurwee. descrlhod In the artirie. 


i>t!p Salpnttf 







ADVICE TO MILADY 


By LYDIA LANE 


Says Debbie Reynolds: 

ROCK and ROLL 
For TRIM LINE 


W* I* th^ ntrly ol Holl)W(MMi v^ry fpw Kfaiinor 
kad lminili«»4 for they wepe fmrfut of %poiliRx tbHr fMcurr%. Rut today 
moUtrrhood is qutto ia fa«hk>a and lia\iiiK rhiklirn hi no way disturbs tkr 
yonthfol line. I^bbir K^^soolds, who had hrr two babirs only 16 months apart, 
•till has a rJ-iaHi waist. 

w«ok. which U lonccr than to 
C^TMTaUy required, but nur 
h<Mi«c had burned and t realty 
had no pUro to to. When 1 
waa retoaaed. the doctor fave 
me an exervlae pmirram and 1 
(olkmcd it (althfuUv ** 

I loubed at Debble'a trim 
Mtile tlfure ar>d a«ked il ahe 
a-nuid be genetoua enoufh to 
•hare her routirte. 

“K1r« you Ue on the Hoor. 
keeplnf your tors straight. 
fUtoe them to a BOdegre* 
angle and lower them slowly 
almoat to the floor •> and 
bring them up again and then 
down- touching the floor. Do 
thto exercise only a few tunes 
at first and gradually worfc up 
to a count of 30 
*The second exerctoe to to 
Ito flat with your handa folded 
over your rhesb and then ait 
up flowly. Thto gives a good 
pull to the abdominal muscles. 

**Por the hips, ait on the 
floor, knees up, hands bock of 
the hips for balance and roU 
from side to skto. slapping the 
knees In the floor and feeling 
the pressure where you ait. 

"A very personaj thing with 


**A lot of n to in the mind,** 
the told me aa we sipped soft 
diinka at MGM where she has 
just finished "The Mating 
Came * **lf you believe you 
ran hsve your same measure- 
ments. chances are you will ** 
DebtNe la only ft> e^lee* one. 
*After Cat rto was . bom I 
was only two p<mnda over- 
weight, but a ppund or two 
makes quite a difference on 
roe ' ihe esplained. ' 

Tfow soon did you start ex 
errtstng*” I asked 

The third da> I did three 
Uttto exerc ia e s In bed. Like 
raising my arms. «preadlng 
them out as tar as 1 could 
and bringing them up anti 
down several tunes Then 1 
henr my knees and rolled back 
and forth. Wlten you have 
been eprrying a child you 
need to be toned, and you 
feel even a Uttto routine Uke 
this 

"And several rimes a day I 
did my breathing exercises - 
Inhaling until my atomwh was 
fkc. holding thto breath and 
then exhaling. 

T stayed in the hospital a 


me.** Debbie confided “to my 
rib cage. I played the French 
horn for seven years and it 
developed me. I hated It be- 
> 'use I UJte a narrow look 
■king the waist, m I wore an 
elastic binder quite tightly and 
I reduced It an inch and a 
half •• 

Debbie JieUeves that if w# 
are determined we ran re- 
model our ligtif^ With eser- 
cine 

“What one esti has a greet 
Influence on ones figure.’* 1 
commented. 

Debbie .agreed. “1 don't eat 
as w^ as I should I don't 
Uke breakfast, even though I 
know 1 thoukl But I love 
whole milk and f drink about 
two quarts a day. When 1 
want to reduiT. I dnnk tkim 
milk and I give up bread argl 
butter 

Debbie has been in pictures 
about to yean, but despite 
ber popularity she has re- 
matned quite unspoiled. 

“1 had such a happy life 
that I grew up with an emo- 
tional secuiily which proved 
invaluable. With hard work 


ahB sbUtty uene people feel 
you ran do anything Perhaps 
you can. but 1 fed that liking 
people and having them like 
y<Hi in return to ‘important, 
ton. " she added 

They say yoy have to like 
yourself before you can truly 
like others.’' I offered. 

"Yes." *he quickly agieed 
Then changing the sub>ect. 
•be asked. Tto .you wan! to 
know a valuable beauty 
secret? It's having a magnl 
fylng mirror It up any 


stray eyebrows, help* when 
applying makeup and if fheie 
are any flogged pores t can 
•ee thrvn before they he< time 
obvloua. 

‘Becau«e I used makeup 
when t was young, mother 
made a sperul effort to stress 
the Importaiuw of keeping my 
skin clean. And even if Carrto 
never has a theatrical rareer, 
Tm going to tram her to 
reallie that n ctoan skla 
usually meana $ lovely one,” 
she said 


THOUGHT FOR FOOD 


By Muriel Wilson 


LYench bread. And of course a 
green salad. 

A cowboy likes hto beans 
cooked In a bucket on top of 
the stove I like mine cooked 
In s shallow pyrex dish ao that 
there Is a larger surface to get 
cTlap and brown. I precook the 
beana <no soaking necesaaryi 
In a preuure cooker together 
with a chopped onion and a 
good sued piece of pork or 
bacon, water just lo cover. 
Cook for 30 minutes at IS 
poimds pleasure. Pour Ihe 
beana liquid and all. Into thal 
low pan. For two cupa beans. 


before rooking siM one t«a- 
spoon salt, one teaspiMtn dry 
mustard, three tsbtovpoona 
each brown sugar and light 
molasses, a leaspcMut rhtll pow- 
der and half a teaspoon Actenl. 
Chop the pork that wa* i-ooked 
with the beans and sprinkle it 
over the lop and over all pour 
half a cup of cafstip Hake 
this about an hour in a 330 
degree oven. Keep them moist 

- . . W they get a bit dry I add 
half a cup' of sherry. To get 
the top crisp and brown you 
may have to slip under Ihe 
broiler for a few minutes. 


THIS WEEK'S ANAGRAM 


§ icUg ^Umtitf 

Bt’KDAT. 4AOt. la, iMd 




Author-Adventurer Explores 

Myslcrious Pacific Isle 

By WIUJ.AM D. PATTKK.SON 
5 OMK «KST OK CHnjC 

U.»l. on., of lb. moi.t l^taird .1 ifc, „rtb‘, iahnMiMi nmu ..d .ho 
Hi. Ml. ol .n .r.-h««do|c»™j mj.l.rj, «,hi.b i.tri,».d M-koUr. lor >«... 




ft ws» It:: mystery as wrll 
•.« Ihe lute of sea going sdvm 
lure In quest of knowledge 
that ssgln proved !ne<<ictibto 
for TIkii Meyettiahl U.« in- 
trepid juthor of K«n TIU. The 
resuli uf hi% -tifu rxprdl 
lion to Ihi remote ;->snd has 
been snolSer memoi Able aiM 
fav insttng book Aku Akn 
4 Rand McNsfiyt in which 
new ligtii la shed on an 
anneni enigma. 

Thi* lime he led Ihe Norwre 
gian Arehafnliigic-al Etpedi 
lion t.i lAMam more evlderice 
f*»r hi* theory that some of 
the piiKnesian culture* and 
peopi.- originated In 5*e,uth 
Anterica. and alui to rtrul the 
arvBwer to the u ~ . e w n 

carvers of tlte huge. StfMon 
statue* that d.ii ihf grassy 
Urtilw ipe of Ijvter Island 

For m-ire than a century 
experts have purr led over who 
euiiUI have made iiH**e mas 
live figures of long eared 
pr>>ple no k>ngei found i>r. the 
tin> islarMl The head* ah-ne 
are more than 30 feet high 

flow were the »1atuc 
ported mites ft«*m Uv quarry, 
wtiere they were ong.iuUly 
cut. Iq their vsrM»us >nr* by a 
primitive people pie»u.'7.:My 
wi(ti.>ui merhatucal skill* ot 
equipment * 

Ttve espr*lition sailed In a 
Creetilaitd Uawtor especially 
outfitteii for iih work It 
coridiM "~i .->si-avalioT.- whu-h 
revesJel Ihe huge heisd* vi-tt 
actually part* of mi---!ve 
hode»* -.vhltr. had hem buned 
b) years ol drifting, wihd 
driv,>n suod* 

TIm* iiithor leader of the e» 
pedi'Mc. al*o found that Ihe 
m>*ieri. of L>-»er Island ex- 
teridel l»e>ort<t the etug'natM* 
suiue* to *eeref rsvr and 
aeiiei reh., guaivtod 

b> the natives powerful 
talk*-* • 

II* expiorai ~ns and dl» vv 


Cftos have all been vividt) 
fwordad In bts new vokisve 

It was heseral weeks afler 
the expedilum arrived ai 
Easier l»U'd and .labliahed 
Itself before Hev<n’daKI began 
to win the Confidence of the 
supersTiiion rl.l4eri natives. 
They hegah to believe he was 

• mighty anresiur rntm their 
misty past with hto o^n 

• guardian *pii1i or aku aku 

lo watrti over him and pro 
tert him aaglnat the dread 
tabooa of thr goda 

It was through riwqr belief 
In the author s own ' aku aku” 
that the> made accessible to 
him their irfbwsi rmords and 
reiics that helped Heyerdahl 
ptore together hu theory of 
Easter I«Ur>d 

1. The earliest penod of Its 
history opened with Ihe ar 
rival of emigrants rr>Hn .South 
America, heanng out the 
lhe«»ry he first di'mcmatraled 
so dramaticaUy with Ihe raff 
KonTiki. rtementary sculp 
lure and stowe-hlock iwaaonry. 
previously unkrnuwn. were 
fourtd as examptos of thu 
period 

2. The - - -_‘nd period grew 
out of the first arvd produced 
the Cl ir sforie aiaiues and 
their ptaMorm temples. Tliis 
was the period of the “long 
ears." the cultural dimsx of 
Easier IsUivi 

3. In the third period came 
dissulutic war and orcupa 
lion with the arrival •( lite 
Polynesians from whom nw»l 
of the ptooent pnpuiatitMi aie 
dewndrd. 

The lonci;; of iht» re 
mole w-jrkf ia iirUy's >H age. 
Among a peupto to whom fhe 
constellatli»r:4 *eem rwater 
and more familiar than iheir 
uw-n Inhabited planet to 
brought out m>ivtiig|y by 
HcyenlahL wiih Ihe 

vigorous rontiiiuity of tindr 
ancient cusIuHis and laboos 


5>cholar« may quibble or 
differ over many 'of Heyer- 
dahls scientific con^luakma, 
but the gerverai reader will 
find this volume an absorbing 
a(<-<Hjni of an unusual expedi- 
tion. superbly blending 
scholarship, adventure artd 

cokMful personalities Also Ihe 
reader will firnf ptoasure In 
the ample srlection of pho- 
tographs both black and while 
arid color, which effee* 
lively illustrate Heyerdahl'a 
chronicle 

* s * 

It waa eight years ago that 
Thor Heyerdahl burst on the 
awsienesa of the world's read- 
Ing public with the publiraUon 
of kon’rtki. hto dramatic ae- 
count of drtfung for IQl daya 
acroM the Pacific on a batoa 
raft from Peru to Polynesia. 
The purpose of hia adventure 
was to prove hia arctiaeologi 
caj contention that the peoptos 
and cultures of polynesu had 
South American onglna. To 
answer criitcs, demandfng to 
know how primitive South 
Ameticana ev«>r got to I\>ly- 
nesia he construrled hto balsa 
raft from SAO A.D drawipgs 
and driftf^ there )u»t as early 
Peruviana might have dnne 

Thia waa typical of the 
handMvme 44 year-okl Norwe- 
gian arrhoeoiofist and ex- 
plorer who has been venturing 
around the Pacific for more 
than 30 years -y- n not writ 
uig bawt -seller* 'or tfavclling 
•II over the wiuld on lecture 
touts 

Both hu mother and father, 
membi-!* qf one of Norway’s* 
toading famUies. were inter- 
etied in folk art. zoology and 
•hr history of primitive 
p*N»p:es They communicated 
lltu enthuiuatun to their son. 

Whi^ n«it a> work he enjoy* 

• •rtooittng. woodcarving, or 
skiing with hi» wife and two 
asr.4 and a daughter at their 
hoir -~ar Oslo 


Rooks 

/\utr[(ors 

Mary Astor^s Familiar Stjj ry 

TOO MUCH 
TOO SbON 


M 


AKV AHTf>K has writtn 
It k n New York Don 
lengthy, nmusing, and it e\l 
theory. 


For a good many years now 
Mary Astor's secret diar> has 
been whimpered about in 
Hollywood as * document that 
would blow the roof sky high 
about so-and-sn and spill the 
real beans about -suchand- 
such . . . 

AU this la nonsense. Miss 
Aator leila os hi her auto- 
biography. True, she did once 
keep a diary, and it figured in 
a sensational dtv*orce case with 
one of her husbands long ago. 


ThUl 

supc| 

pee* 

H 

env\-| 
of 


••My Story.- 
Medav A Co. book, 
iotiev a long - time 


woman — a 

j r arireas and an lro> 
personality on the 
has been an object of 
^or miUsona. Yet. reading 
disordered life. Ihe 
can only marvel at the 
some ^ these glitter- 
■I ttos make of their 






MEMORABLE HEROINE 

By HARKIHO.V SMITH 

1^1 KI.Mi the course of SO year* aa Kngitvhwoman. writing under Ihe 
pseudonym of K. Amot Roberivoa. has pnhIKhed only eight aovek, ail 
of Iheni illumiaated with a tril and humor and flavored with a venae for 
tragedy. An earlier critic ha« oWned thal she could not write a book devoid 
of distinction and the aaving grace of readability. •'Justice of the Hcart” 
nuty |»rove to be her moat brUliaat and %tirring book. 

aingto handed • one page newa 
paper. He has sttsi'ked the 
British rule, been tried in 
court and aeni to jail The 


Her heroine I^uisie Downes, 
ts s yoitng war widow who has 
toft her home in the Masters 
House in Cambridge to he- 
conw a foreign corropotident 
for a l.i>ndon newspaper. Her 
fealurr editor sends her to Ger- 
many at»d France and then 
HoiUtid. wliete she falls In love 
with a Dutch scientist from 
Zeii/ibAr. Kaiel van Epp, 
wh>Mn site ha» met in Caun- 

brnlge 

leiuive's surceu as a tiavH- 
Ing aMiespundeoi to achieved 
by her rcporla from the 
troubled aiea* in North Af- 
rica. Iliough ahe has gamed 
a false lepulaiion for imtpor- 
silly. A ctuaader, ahe is intent 
on flying lo Zanzibar on Per 
own small bank Acount to 
come to the aid of a patbetto 
Uttto Aiab newsman who runa 


story ahe intenda to write 
touches on Ihe freedrjm of the 
preaa. 

Karel, her Dutch friend, 
and later her lover, meet* 
Louise In Zaruitiar to find her 
In the utmost dutress. Living 
In a barren, single room in the 
native quarters, surrounded 
by ihtoves and wild children, 
she baa been injured by a reck 
toaa native car: Before Karel 
arrlvei, her only fnend ha.* 
been an English major, a 
drunkard who was dismisaed 
from service and return 
Ing home. With hit aid she to 
able to meet the pathetic and 
heroic Arab, whose name to 


Falla bin Mohamet, but who 
calU htmarif "Full of Love” 
Kalla to a down, ahe u told, 
and clnw-na don't really suffer. 
lhe>* only bleed sawdust. How- 
ever. Hie tragic little prisoner 
to not as harmtosa as he seems 
lo be. On one of her viatis to 
Falla the English major enters 
the Arab’s cell and to mur- 
dered 

In the background to thi* 
entei taming, exotic and often 
comic story the aeader wHl 
discowr that Louise's effm-u “ 
to rvach Zanzibar and meet the 
Imprisoned Arab are an ex- 
piaiMTi for a sin she 1ms not 
revealed to' Karel In Jwstkw 
of Ihe Heart, one will find in 
addition to entertainment a 
ficroine who to endearing and 
memurabto. 



M \tt\ A^iTOK r 

But the alleged excerpts Quot- 
ed over cocktails were drawn 
from a forged diary. The 
forgery was iurid.” she writes. 
"It contained a box score on 
practically every big male 
name in the baamess and it 
was loaded with pornographic 
detaito." Just to round out- Ihe 
tale, the true durv was im 
pounded by the court, iwatod In 
a bank vault till 1932. after 
which II was burned, u nr sad. 
b)* court order 
This Incident to quoted from 
Mar) Astor's book because it 
to charactenstic of the prob 
toms she created for herself 
through most of her carter. 


Astor was bom Lucfle 
anke in Quincy. UL In 
> waa an only child 
was her parents who 
- a start In show bus- 
Bil parts In New York 
I her a new naihe and a 
contract. Soon she waa 
her name up -I 11 Ughta 
' urr called The Beg- 
skL" which the crliic* 
‘a Uttto gem.” though 
almost no acting In It 
^ was on Ker way. 

. _ rest of ihA book to the 
fami'ftr story* of success for 
p who dfd not know 
what L‘ do with It. There were 
alwavji emotional problems: 
Mar. ! ' sior attracted men and 
was It traded lo them. L^ter, 
too. {1 began to find solace ki 
dnnk H hen love affairs became 
too s g y and the going be- 
came iloo rough. In Its esacn- 
tiato b I story to not unlike 
that p Lfllian Roth and Diana 
Barryp All of them were 
brigh i, I star* who had too 
much|, .. soon, and lacked the 
balance with whidi 
with IL 

Astor to frank about 
ticuhtos. The moat ro- 
these waa a man she 
in Greenwich Village 
h •••ed to be an enormous 
^ to her while she was 
to re-establish herself 
as ani Yet It was he 

w*ho . . broke from her, 
not p from him. 

I4k : Ilian Roth, ihe tumad 

to friig on as a last rssort. and 
it W8JS t the suggestion of a 
prtost f* 1 1 she wrote down the 
rioiy Ijhich makes thto book. 
It to p the shocking or seo- 
■a H expose sotne might 
have 'ed* on the con- 

idiry rough edges hava 

been H ^ the glaring epK 
■ode* b ned down. By now aij 
this Is^ an too familiar tale; 
but if to book should serve 
A* a H . -for Mary Vstor 
and u ...re her good acna* 
and jup Its writing wiU 

have n worth while. 

fii::: j; Colimtgl 7 

Slv||4V. JA.N'. 18. IMg 



t 



A Word Might Hat 


e Set the Tribe to Massacre 


But Three White Men Brought to 


Justice 


• n«t ammuniUon. bui <»nr roobY than ihr 
rallM lha lndL. .<i to a wah nah' ‘ IK> 
lha tiKMitrnt h> 


Haatt - wTonf: It *hoi Vd ba Hatq. Which 

wai tha laat ivlUhia of hi* name, a namo 

no on* couW »p*n H* wa« » y*#ri oW. thia 
NMtga Ht>i*f who was hanc*d In BaaHon Squar* 
on* wW and drttzly day In th* aariy afirtnc of 
•» Hanged for following hla ttihal cualom of 
Ipx talionU. *»n *)■* for an *y*. a tooth for a 
lootn ** 

It all atarlad apparently when trader Antoa 
C. 'oumana, who hatled from Lennox County, 
Ontiirlo. aet out one afternoon from Port Raaing- 
ton to breavt th* broad, iwlftnit. ing Skeena 
and fight hia way to Harehon ISO mil** away. 

rh* Rwnth waa May. th* y«ar waa and 
ah*« d of hufi waa a bigger ewnoe with hia load 
Of t ade gooda. tit* Indian paddlera digging deep 
aa t ie>' worked th* eddkb on th* upatream )our- 
ne>- In .Youman'a ranoe the guttural chant of a 
rance^ng kept time to the muarle wrrenrhing 
Mad* work. 

A few yaara before Youmana had gone In 
to ttie Hazelton country to wwrk m Tom>’Hanfcin’a 
More Now h* owmed hla own trading poat. and 
had luat returned from th* trip *aat with treah 
•torki. 

In the north he'd left a wife and four rhll> 
dren three -girla and a boy. There were only a 
handful of whiles in the country in thoae days, 
teea than a half dooen at Han*!' ; Theae r.rluded 
George Bryant. George Tbompaon. Bill Spears and 
a nuin called Sampare. who looked after the Hud* 
ton’s Bay Cor- - iny store 

Seventy five vwara ago the northern tnbrsmen 
ail'* had a pf "^!"ve o-4»k ■*, whuh ....ounird for 
the ^itmosphere that :net:r:tr- rU-.-uded 

the “■ --‘i high banks i>^ - The 

tndiarj. atlU ■ "e of !*_ white ma~:'s irtetv 
tlona. held to most of the ■'!d tnbal .^;':ma. 
And although tf : itf d . ■ - tn^- ■ up and ikm-n 
If- r- r spoke separate lar oc* 

naaU ;-..; H * **d Th— zround Hazelt*m 

and up ■ - :=:■! Kltv— *- *- u**re related to the 
Nl ’ - - f the Upper ‘t.™- big ilt. 


IKIMN THM AKKflNA went news of Yo«. 
mans' death, and the stray trade.- and 
■riTi fell ih* chill of appreher It wouldn't 
lake much to tuu>-h off an Tom Hanktn, 

dean of the traders, who owned st<,.^. at both 
Haxetton and Port k^ington de«(ici«hed a letter 
to the ;.c-y general in V.. '— la. 

' I've lived here IS yewi*" he wrote and I 
know th^- Indiana. Tho ' ■ to b* la j^hi a 
lewt ' LHfn’t send aoNieone in ic a: *1 the Indian 

and lake him to Victoria and try him ihfie 

Ts- g»v* them a proper . * * of the m«u>siy 
of the law ~ he went »n the murderer and hia 
BCcomplit'es should be punished at The F. 'ka 
iHarellon) and ttowhere To do ihJ- will 

rev...ire a .r.r.miderable force of armed nrten. no 
less than st.ll better. 75 I am perfectly sure 
from what f -row they will n>ii gne up (he 
murderer qute'ly 

“Sampare will be the nest vi.iim he ocn* 
eluded 'Our ■ ' 1) Ih'rMleosd to 

kill h.m " 

’ Pro- 
when 
had 

^ > nr 

d^el- 


; M.vfnI's po!?"^ 
jli- formed in N' 
be<eine a 
>me pietty tough 


(*n )oined ir-" BC P- 


ration 


mainland 


kupertn t riident el ILC. Prm Inrial rnlire 
H. B KoyrrefI ... be m I'drsi eo rreimeni. 


eral greeted Ro) 
what a Cok>ri-- 


retum. but Uua ia 
to uy. 


their 


nest 


“THK ArnON 
perinl* ; 
promptly gfi? I 
Mr Vo****— -L . 
lahMig was not 
force of i.. Th* 
men In the rej 


I latrate yTkott. Su- 
I'nal. Hough In to 
I the murderer of 
rnded. The under- 
' ^ for BO small a 
wo or three white 
Induns mkde any 
I ds of the law th* 
have been rather 
' been mosl wUHy 


look a man 


ooflh P- -T*- the - - ' ‘ 

Chief haiTv-r *o IN* <.f the >■ . r,;, was 

the dr*'sded Ki<« U- . ju-t abo\*e the 

•ni * -if; of Terrace Ann ,jii> water gap 

look toll of tL^S* W'ho rh£ihreed its mill 7=." 
pare. It Ic k ii-! toll that May fr>m Youman'a 
treijk: lettoe: a young Indtai^ mHed F. ’‘-y r.weTW. 
while he?f .-;^ to "line"* the craft round one of tk.r 
treacherous stumbled and with a tcreerh 

of terror fell into the foornin* rapids. In aei'omk 
he w=? lost to 

The drowning Mled the other paddlers with 
dreaj; for tS* unXrtunal* was Chief Haato's 
Ofdy son. 

Later In th* >oum*y the Indians' f*#r« crystal- 
Kaed Into action. They draggml th* big freight 
canoe ashore and refused (o go on. Youmana tried 
argument, then bribery, but to no avwU The de- 
velopment meant that the trad* gooda had to k* 
left there, stored in an Indian house and You- 
mana took the trail to Harelip, with orw Indua 
•arrylng hla pack 

f* KH aa gewkla that shadowy figures 

aw seen slipping through the trees ^ figares 

II^* ‘"*® ■ ™lding party, for that night 

they stole Youir=n‘# pack and gua This was also 

Ih^ 3So^ «*-PP*wr In 

wa ked a!*.ne. rea<k- 
Wlow whites 

•f hta ^bie*. but miMie one grave error He 
ah^ have go^ straight to the chief and told 

uITi^? aatlafled the tribal 

law by of^rlng some compenaatloa Somehow he 

unpleasant task; hla proems 
Bnatter was to cost him hia life 


Insini. 


position oixthe .. 
unpleasant The c 
and •u*'««*Mifuii^ 

With qulelly bill f; 
murderer wii» aui 
di-iurbance The 
mended for not h-. 

(am timid and c' 
of while VIrtoria ■ 
never fired a gun 
wh«4e tribe in rei 
Hsatq waa t 
beejwr Youmana a; 

vemher. 1 «M fe * 

He was hanged tr B-’ 
ruary. iffis 

There were k.-; 

lures by the Skeer 
yearn to follow n- 
rinaUy came ■ • 

and mlaaionarte^ i 
helped bury the p. . 
with Its d^ am ' 
were novillate* « - • 

of a freshly killed 
through (he roof a' ' 
day* later wflh an a« - . 
found aming stark Mkm 
aide of a rtver. uiil.oui 
done we don't k:K«; i-,. 
denly atreams of fr.i • * 
ceOing from a wc« 3 ..n *» 
•n»ng browrn fingefs, 
Today on the .>-k* nd 
magic hoklB «w a \ : 
of metal that aw(»xp 
the latlimg tot that 
wires) hiindredg of mile* 
p't^vled pmruer .Pf-.vlnct. 
l»Se Mtnfy Roy^jt' 


1 ' behind a rough 

‘ • ■ ' • 5 d the Wiir- — * for th-j ; - . - 

■ It •. the murderer waa eautloned • *Jil‘ • sn 
[ nd --,1 r * to make any drSrtMe. 

■... he want*-- to make a *Jaic-’ — • „fHl 
I ir ^iif» that followed. ai-*ke 
“I fell ■’ lie Bald, when I heard my wrss; 
-<t. jind (Turley Youmani had been ir* the place 
ihiee daya witH- 'it ‘elling me. that Youmam had 
U my son. Some one told me ... it waa ruit 

*n> fr;r*ul that told me but an evil tpirit that 
rr 'Med my head to go and kill Youmana. 
~hen 1 walked down and stabbed him I was hke 
a -^uiik rnan . . funoua . . . when 1 did It. The 
knife taken off me by Mr Royerofi ia the one 1 
killed Mr Youmans with. I feel >■*!> aorry. but 
It touMn't he helped I will go with the police 
:! see the while tyee. My tnends lelt me to kill 
tmself but 1 vron't do It; I ask all my frienda to 
‘-I r_ with the police not to trouble them* 
;<hout me. The white lyre (chief > will look 


Indiana were dealt 
result that the 
•Slice wtihout any 
also to be com- 
(ha advice of rer- 
and sent a form 
of whom hava 
‘ to maaaacre iha 
na man'B death.** 
murder of atora- 
* fall asataas No- 
-ntenced lo death, 
one day In Keb* 


ne arkird. 


‘*sj the tribe 
irr<iHler th*' 
the rea 


W undrrs'jnd ihe \on 
n who stabbed Ycmmana; 
vhy ao * - ft a force had 


V crneral had a k 
•”ft’a lace, Irxs ti-sn 
r« (e and pretwred to 
seaaoned men. on 
knew tribal . 


^ Imi'-. - Imkcd at one arwMher. ar^ 

«l there he noticed an underatandlng nod 
^’o of the tribal apeakei-s were then heard 
ml R».». ,.^fi r^r-luded b*- titling hla Itaten- 
( he wo«ik1 temain In the village until the 


IN THK %llv.|Oh Hm sE an aniloua half 
r erni b\ then an hour 

nwn It happened Came a knock on the door. 
’ i« 'ig It, there stood Haatq 
l iti Ihe man who «rabbcd Youmana.** he aaid 


wane deflard ges- 
• ' that ta the 
• her espeditiona. 

' changing ways; 
gh and Duncan 
Infamoua Aiaid, 
tual. No longer 
forth la the hid* 
• dtaappear 
■ame way two 
thump Or to be 
on the other 
How M waa all 
know bow aud- 
ki apiral to the 
' behest of be«*k- 
uddenly autwide 
•d white man'i 


y C. KI.IJOTT waa I. 

’• rd at the English h^. 
out with the gold rush t- 
' ' t >amps and ended ti)> a* r 
7»- Now he was stipe* *;.r - 


Kov« ri»fi pi., id him under arresi. led him la 
inner ruom *nd there, aa he reported, “dla 
• in»e«i him of - knife** 

V-K* matter <A«snT to end without Intldent 
•K-.. 0 W-- I *imor outside the cabin, ciamoc 
fr..-. «ngry mob of |r»du-.^ demarwllng 
llnr» • , Rmcmft went out ralwd his 

<i »t ^ 11 rm Into ailenie- V wouldn’t 


Fuimallv comroliled for trial. Roycroft and 
ir. t* cor*" *ed the pnaoner. arid ihrae Indian 
witf • . ihtough (he mob to ■ canoe and wfth- 

• jt Interference puahed out from ahore to allp 
- • .fil> dowrn stream off -on Ihe 1,000 mile journey 
' - k to Vkiona 

Magistrate EUlotl Stayed behind in the vlliage. 
mainly brnana* Sampare felt that when (he Vic- 
tnrla party tiirr>ed their backs the Indiana would 
m.^ re the remaining whites. Nothing bap- 
prr_d Of Ihr headlong joumeydown the Fkcena. 
R.-vi-rofl -.Md simply. •'The weather was fine the 
fites and mmquMoe* bod. the 'heat Intenae.** 

(iuiiig ihicHigh Kllaelas Canyon the Indian 

• h»ef showed -.ftia of greot grief, and more than 
oner tiled lo Jump overboard to join hla son. but 
Rnv..ofi held him In a firm grip At Port Eaalng- 
Uui (he par; .4iigh( th* Boacowitt and five daya 
later were on Wharf .'lireel. 

Hi*- ry doesn’t ivbte bow the attorney gen 


- rciM n of which ConMablr R 
r .' riai vas Bellied ••»r 
liter R. Hough had a 
* “ I « *i<tlition going ! : . 

I u er fi VoumoM. Cc='-: tv. jj.. 

wa* inirrrsting he a ./1 \ 

'-iMJ .v-; ft M, Mia In the j 

sJ k** »e to tog: I 

-,.-e»;-e lo ••rh the,.- f... : 

-'5 be any pKr.^ r„ 

him. then adding with a *‘ !:;** n.- 


\V*“en Ihe Jv.-.-.* spread ground tl>e'>itl.,«ge 
there \i -« rommotkm. Evened Irvlurw 

(eft (tv ir cooking fues and one yelled L*' ^ !»*n*y. 
■'Let - klii ‘^•■’^paie 

.Vreamed another. Bum the bulMings (,et 
nd of the white* " 

The handful of whites ran fur iheu guna 


Pie vr.*rrvr Barhaik R 
. -t Viisltny Ic rea«h the 

i.eC *> the. rj.- 

f the liMhan* wilffn* in t 
w<i.. .viciMiig (Item. 


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CECIL CLARK 





Helen Peaker Plays ‘The Malehmaker’ 


NEWCOMER 
IN TOP ROLE 


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By BURT BINNY 

7 HK\ tbr \irtoria Theatre Guild Tliora- 

Um HiUrr'ft “Thr Malohmakrr** •• Ju. SI, 
tillr roir or, II prrfrrml. tbr titir urkiioaw, wil 
In* pktyrd by Mm Hrlro Prakrr. 

M<Tw»Tr, ih^ h«» 
rtfht arc-jTHj ih^ wcmM if 
h»'o fmfhi jMearnTf* aivl 
r‘:. irr Uorr. 

And lo hear her recount her 
'■■vy — ‘*-»ce» M Mllicient 

- (hai «he haa '3 fa *erved 
much and (rufotten little 
E'or eaamide. Helen »a* Ihe 
Life of Hana vlirtaiuM Ander* 
at the opera houae in 
npenhafen 

“It waa hke aee«nf aom* 
tht ~ all In mime loe rela! •« 
"I 'I umlentand jny •( 
the Jfuafe an«1 there waa no 
one haibly to tranalato (or 
■mr 

But was also in CKio. 
Siorkholm . :1 Bergen aivl the 
v -ltc ' Paila and Italy In 
Tokyo, ahe ww Ihe 
pl2> . The Kafc 
art’ '”;' one -the p>‘. »r» at 

t). . forma of 
IE the oih— - “ ’ i- - 

"No'* Theatre ilyfica) lai 
and t' '>1 i n g y o « t> ! i> ■ . ' 
<ma[ -ilMi. The per'M 


Hrij:N rr.ARCB 

S-.T.»e prett> hrirr^t lights 
•re atitl hj.| us»w 

Aa a oi fart Helen 

waa in onlt <>ne p*A;- the 
tielojr Siie appeer>:i aa 
*Vra Or?!' in "r -—^ ':^«.'nen 
Aie TalKiff; ' a 1*3^ pr^-'nio- 
tl'-> f*)l r?.:*ftihiT* i.-tK TT:* 
^•atll^e iif pc... rrance 

Ihefi u,. 'A,- hef cjionx 

a« More petrple ahould 

|w*v— !>ea» 1 'T 

N-** <;iV' -‘f Ih^' moot i_r^=ful 

ar:-: -- Of artreia 
'.sr- have ir the 

|i-. to oharrv? ~w! ilfr ard. 
n-ri'Miii) en&iigh the cpi^or- 

tur.it> alrr The rea*Hitlr por* 
Irayil or any character or 
o\etti V more ?iaety and 
(ai e*iirr Ir "r^c^fpliah If \MI 
‘.trriiii rhsj iner or event hao 
beer- •ctMEil) r>‘weived. 

Helen Peak*? certasiily poa- 
ae sr -^ that Sh« waa 

b'w.i ir» K.57*'***'on but haa 
lued In Nrv. York. Wash ing 
tvn. London ind VkioriA. 



arv- at If led 

'ry Mi«« 

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started at 2 

m (he 

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rr-*---n When 

she 

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the first two 

acts 

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pleted with the tht. * 

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they w:*l| 
f!'.«hed hy d.** 

But. even at that thU aa 
fa * and ^ 

uiM*( • ompared with -} 
fid.!'.::*- a| \juf -• ilrai 
atretrtaed h _. . . 
ayr 

MtJo Peaker alan r~ :s 
aa one of her most ■ 
eapei ceo a I tending <i>e 
Owrry Festival wMh lit ~ 
ful dancers at Kyoto, also 
Japan. 

•"The music. loo.“ ahe ; 

**waa thoroughly ttitrlg >g *' 
But. In the ^nrlng ■ ahe 
haa also teen Fs4> IhJ.im. 
Baltr>ese snd Siamese an I >> • 


ANAGRAM 

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iH» 11 m* *. _ i d -nun 
W> •• I Helen Praker -i' 

- some ,i -.fi;:,:,,. a..h 
- lo tffer 

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SUNDAy CROSSWORD PUZZLE 


SOU.TIO.N NEXT SUNDAY 

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The Man Who First Set Up B.C.'s Museum; 


RENE HARDINR 


nro JOHN f .\NMN. uluralhO, slaould 
^ go Ihe rredif of founding the Pmihi- 
rkil .MuM*um In ViolorlA, and hulkUng It 
up to be one of the rlne<it fi*r Its «hie in 
.America. Its small beglnnlag waa ntaile 
up of Kamtin's ostn m<Mlrs| roUertion of 
wlM life and Indian artifacts. 


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ful man Imi irw 
In thU a rr.r 

eore was 

trrrr;:ng 

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.iih Hu was X lak:r>r of 1 
'.-sihle dtspiwitU^n Hit %• 
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Jo;in F.:-:...*! wst huih jr. ths hirk«"'od* of 
Kempt'-'*^ Oiitsrio July 27. From ;*rlv 

jt?p*hi<k 5 h? was markedly fond of the weT±z and 
Its denoms mere to u=am the *-“sesnt 

of nature than those t tn Ihe CTmfitry 

whe^e Hr grew up1<i he an ofi*. rsjch-! au'ltmt*' 
OR birds and hea«tt in his nsiue prr'.'ir-^. at^ 
was t g;.— 1 prsctp-ai Knodsman to hoot. 

In IttSi when Jack ‘at he know-n 

by a multitude of frierwisi. wc> in hia iidth year, 
newri: reorhed Ontario of an exciting gold * ' 
oovery out in the Cariboo. Fah‘j!f?u# talc? of jreot 
finds qui< kly spread Men efwr> where Ke^ptvtiie 
■ (ncliMlrd. were fUed W'lth enth*t2-*s=m, eve ■ 
wanted tn rush off and loin the stampede vislont 
of a quirk fortune tempting them P>it the 

Cariboo KMurado was far away. 

A t'TM Of THr vm NtiFB MEN : 

lo heod for the gold fields, -- -•.erisnd 

route Jack Fannin joined up with a party plan- 
ning to make the jmimcY on foot by wav of the 
great plain* snd Rucky Y!-r~nU‘.n.’. a bo; : venture 
lo say the least Among th-^sr who :-:-->ed this 
group were sui-h well krrc-^n Briiuih Culumtua 
pioneers at R R McMickl’y J A. Mara. Jocir, 
Bowron. r, T. Tur^xtall and .*Jthers. 

The pany left from E’nrt Garry t. *w Win 
nlpeg- Ihe last v^.lle ;;t at that time 

Slowly lhe>' made th'f wray ov;j the ' --ff. 
plored Ni.rihM’?^i. flrilly rei-r?:!-- Tete Jr jne 
Pasa The worst wrr yei t' *:,■ f;.c _.*itered 

They msijr a Brersi locc of The r,eirt- 

em «kipe T?L“t* and ^J!;^dshlp* hraeitini them 
were hrvnnd endurance ai llmrs wv»ary 

and f/t-.rir^rr fnvn fighting their way th;-ugh 
fu!^^i-= .wampe .'Ttc'jr.fiifti ?i:ges. ;h«7 


GREAT WHITE HUNTER 



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NlHN FA>.MV 

eu ? »d b-.- . .*f'« iisvtgaurig u ' ,vn 

£->« I W£i; jT.jj.- . The oveiUnd 

piMir.r'. a of and erulur 

Uannin s clieery n. '_je helped to buoy 
up flagging *pi,i:r. His pirn -^nt vou'e. often 
ss.'^ed i.-i =^’>g '!-j mwh »' 'ift *•- :r,orak= of the 
men 

At lorxg Ust. after whst rr$-med sn endle« 
,-trr.ry. thr adveniu*e-~ landed at a pol.--- near 
Fort Cr::rgr drvouti> ihatikf ‘1 for i --ife arrival 
after four .f giiwilmg ic-;*. 

By ihU tune waa too late to :art for the 
■r:!r“ but -- jme of tE men ilerided to go regard- 
less However. Jock, with five - _;„pa:i:ursi pro* 
to Fort Kami-- ; the lliompaon Rjver, 
rt"rhln; that pL-.e on Oct n. 

In the spring Jack cast lot with thr gold 
mad throng at WL"‘*ro s Cni^k For two year* he 
labored. Many struck it nch tn that tune but not 
lack. 

During the following ten yoara Fannin proa- 
‘ mined in the province but Lady Luck 
wuuld r>oi mil upon him. He ended up as poor 
as when »— r ".. eXi^ept in experience B> thia 
time he had gathered a ‘'“st am-->.*i( of infor- 
maiior - “’I the new .--Wintry. 

THR (K)\RKNMFNT F<»l Ml In him a good 
Tfieii K send :• expl»-r!"f expedm“ -r„i other 
fact findir^' luum- .- 

Arr r-. \ IE I? Jack ^ u~. ---tile down 

Rurrard Inlet wh- lie town of Hastings now 


Vs* .ver. was Mckmg up 
mgs at *• . r ■ 

Hec Jack be 

. ' «K..^ • jp_ li\ , 

' 'itne to h-— - a' 

»i ^ mammals His kne^' ' 
p-jt U U. . wn!i: , ' 
Hi as s skill 

shot “v «s • 

pWes jght hv ca 


we~ remarkably 
Jack s w- ‘ but ~ 

about the • m his ■ 
reptiles ■ da*; - ■ 

he was !-. -n I- iW tE 
While -t Hest.:.,' J- 
favor . with i* 

uiup ::.:o the little ‘ 'ip fc 


•nfant heels Hasl- 
it a hotel and Uuce 
the proptietur of a 
ji quarters behind. He 
zrd colleci btida 
I; t- of ti-- wiJ.1: : ru-sa 
i #1 - • im, 

■ • • arH* 

I .^rtsoir . irum far 
' guide The«e exj 

■tul. thanki to 
i; " he Wfould foi get 
i: in btijn bug! and 

I. hi> s^ntion and \ 
' quarry to i-scapr 
i bet-ame a ur ' . eiwal 
"dren. They would 
chat or to tell their 


y k‘“d:y •* - *^in who always lent a 
synipt" His hf-.r: ugh soon diaper*wd 

their t • The yi ■ t» era found in hun a 

t\ ; , -td It w k spet'ial treat If tb.-ir 

~'-4 friend irivited them m hta iitflr mom off 
tt;r t^r lo *hr many t^uffed Mrds and anP 
or to hs*en while Ulayed the organ nd 
•ang or Upped the^rymet. 

Jack was a never-emli source of entertain- 
ment. but more he kept a ey<^ n his yourig 


>urce of entertaln- 
ey-^ n his yourig 


frvends when lhe> were out }? - nng rendered first 
bM to thdr liMir hurts, t- ^npanM them on 
hikes to OM Megg's shlng > mill and supervised 
many a crab .^earing an I baking party Th« 
children loved Jack T: jand he loved them. 

* * « 

U’hen the gevemment f British Olumbta 

il^ah a 


decided to esiabliah a prr-. M-lal museum tn IMft 
It was not aurprUlng that Jti- Fanmn was chosen 
to undertake this project. Fp^ an unpretentious 
beginning the museum . u rapidly under hu 
supervisKm and to magnlfi rnt ptopoiikma Visit- 
ing representallXTa from N York museums and 
other noted inatitutions w- m loud In praise 

Jack's talent aa taxide H and historian won 
him recognition all over hU continent. He'^ss 
paid innumerable complim- i by high authorUiet 
for specimens he had w - l4 and the skill ahuwn 
In their preparaikon (or exH^tion 

Notable amongst the i f under his charge 

waa The -Ovb Fannt ; a p .f goat in a ctoa* 

by ItseK. known only to t H Yukon country in 
the vicinity of Dawaon. and] ven that name be- 
cause of its -dlacovery and ' fication by him- 
self 

in health curtailed Fsn,p--'* work After all 
ir.i for several years, deotk « med th- grsrft klri^ 
soul on June 30. 1904. tE-h ending a colorlul 
career. 

Jack Far.nln never ma )- • His tisslng was 
mourned by many for he i one of the moat 
popular and respected Victoria's pioneer 
clttrena 

It waa said of him In ‘ Victoria Colonist. 
June 21 19i>4- “A noble U.4racter who left a 
splendid monument behind 


His j^isslng was 
one of the moat 
Victoria's pioneer 

Victoria Colonist. 


FARMERS ON THE SHORT END 


pR(M;Hyr-:ivF- farmers 
ihf::ufh the years have 
•rard the findings of the re 
aearrh lab?ratoi lea and the ex 
perimenial farms Ic- advan 
tags We can rarely think of 
any crop or farm practice that 
has rk>t tieen improved in 
•ome way by agricultural re 
search during the past 10 
years. Examples such as 
dwarf applet, sawdust mulch 
Ing. chemical weed control and 
bunker sUos readily come to 
mind. 

In Canada productivity per 
man hour has advanced more 
rapidly In agrlcultura than In 
any ether part of the economy, 
but deapiie increasing effid- 


•Hicy the f,trmers' net returns 
have nut krpt pare 

T>ie proportion of farmers' 
gross income going into cur 
rent expenses Increased 

from M per cent In 1M4 to 
65 per cent In 19M. snd only 
by Increased output have 
farmers been able to stay In 
business. 

The efforts of the expeiT- 
mental farms snd the lUustra- 
tkm stationa working m clooe 
co-operation with tho exlen- 
slon service s often appear to 
be forcing farmers out of busi- 
ness by increasing production 
and efficiency and thereby 
competition amongst farmers, 
while, tn (act. low cost produo 
tioo la their only defence 


against outside petition 
Irum other agrk-<il;ural a/eas. 

Surprtjimgly enough, H is 
the non farm population that 
has gained the moat from an 
efficient agricultural Industry 
producing an abundance of 
higj. quality loud at reason- 
able prices. Today a (arm 
population of only 17 per cent 
of the total Canadian popula- 
tion Is producing sn export- 
sble surplus of 36 per cent 
over nsilenal food require- 
ments yet receives only 7 per 
cent of the nstlonal Intomc. 
By compsriaon. Irnlla has 70 
per oent of her population eo 
gaged in a prtmluve type of 
farming and still has to im- 
port large quantities of food. 
Russian state-owrnsd (arms. In 


vpite of their large size and 
emphasis on mechanization rw 
quire iwrice the labor input of 
Ameriran farms for grain pro- 
duetkm and seven timse as 
much labor for hog produc- 
tion. 

The rapid development of 
North American industry haa 
depended heavily on an abun 
dance of low cost food and the 
continuous migration of farm 
youth to the city with fewer 
fa m il ies to supply the food 
requirements of the nation. 
So doubt this trend tail] con- 
tinue. and farming, as a way 
of hie. wU] be overtaken by 
the completely commercial- 
ized farms dependent on an ad- 
vanced technology and an ex- 
tensloa service providing 


recipes f>^ maximum produo 
tkm and h -:ums 

p- pie will acrepi 
these (■ reluctantly yet 

with the ^ Izatton that uniem 
they do »t petition wUI forte 
them out ;• business or reduce 
them to sj balstsnce level of 
living. 

High ilk standards tor 
the nat depend on a high 
kwrt of If put from the com- 
plex of I H'ustrles which em- 
Ptoy na- -ft resources The 
kgTiculut k Industry based on 
prog k rese a rch, wurul 
extension competent farm- 
ers plays - part eftertively 
tn this ' :r-| 

Bailg #oIonlitf IJ 

8VNDAK gAN U, |M| 


ly JAMES K. NESIIH 



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Mrs. Kenneth Drury 


'T'HK LETTEILr ».f Rt Omm • 

^ ftr*t R^mar Btehop of Va;...>Mv. 

I<iUn 4 h«vr nov bron from hio 

i;.=o ^ b> Mra K.^n^th Dniry 


y D»m«*r»' Irilpm have been 

In »he Arrhi-. to anyone wf"-- coukl 

tiot read Mr*- I>rury done a ptiMSc 

•ervATi* b> ••— t^rtn. and they are now 

^rt of pubi:- rf-.ord .'if thi- province 

ttiahop Dement v - • homeslrk man must 
(he year* he here labonnf amonp the 
Indlanv -r.taht! the churrh. atari- 

Ing CathnIL - : ;;nd hoapttal It »aa Buhop 

Demer*. who broughr the tint four Siatera oif 
Jit tu Vk:Tr-rta in June of IfQfi 

When he ter- tired and lonely. Bivhop 
Demer« aat dowr am. nrole to hta parenta. <hu 
hrotheca and mten In It la the»e 

latiert that ha«r been preaerved. and now trana- 
lated 

Here la a letter Modeste Detsera wrote to 
I iMa brother, m Drve.’nber of 103 

"Thia !• a new country, where there are 
not yet no pr-. i>. . and I do not think that the 
^ipuiaiyoo Will .vaar vr:% quickly. There are 
not evMHirh advi-*^rrs . yetilUtg here. The anil 
la not lao -cr-d aUU. Ic produce enough 

U It ao dry d the aummer aea 

auii irduiaii!: nr leir falia from the end ol 
Ji- — ill. U. -;..,,;ng -if 'ftnher In aeveral 

pi ' _ ej Ti »■ - «->p m--” If the cowa at the end 
■ Ki r ■ ‘ 01 ■ - 7 — because they cannot 

ff ‘ rr. If the*, are milked 


Ir • fie - ‘ ‘.r% - — » itrong enough to 

at«[ 1 !►_• ra=-= snd the r,.)d tn winter, lor here 
the •:=, »=i* ij- the w ir-f; r culaide. and when 
H - .'etj t*v^.-T ^^^s^mple It waa ta«f 

w ntei they alwa‘v~ died. ^ ■ ..r lata, of cold 

and ' 


Biahop Derr. ind r-v.-— .^r !ame« Oouglaa 

were wt:f. f .id ihP Bi . waa alw£>« 

wet. S ’ r h:~- >fh-n the Bi«h.>n 

wa« . Jr ~ ~ Douglas he v.c.at wanted 



T.r we i..., retUxe that They had many 
duagteemeni' a; tr the early public policy of 
Va»‘ w-ver I»'ir Demer* wrole to hr 

hrother In 10 ^ 'It not the English government 
that fovema ^ rv. but the \;*:ih Hudson's 
Ba% Coropar; to wl'vn the Kneliah government 
ha« given ihi ' for a regain number of 

years Everyone — 7 'ilr" and ' * 1 scontenied 
wrtth the way tM carries on Its affairs. ' 

Jameo Dongt^? would not have liked that 
letiei • 

• Here I# anc'trier of Derr.rrs !*Mers: 

“My dear -hrr It . always very pleasant 
foe me to rr.-.-;vf :“*‘rra fr— the family. Al 
thaugh r- 4 - willed that 1 be separated 

from II tor . >r*y ail my life, 1 have net changed 
fo: that and blood tt . aiway-. claim their 

fights As for me. r.i'hirT; has been able, nor 
la able evf^ . to ea::r the harshi..' of this 
aepaiairH-. My > thought. <;• making ihU 
aactifk'^ BO pamjul tr< my natur.'. waa. abose 
sU. to obey a * 7 in<e which seemed to me tn come 
from an '-.igh. calling me to eociaecrate my Ufe 
and my abUiii^i. U. the spreading of the Goapel 
among unbeliever' that they might share In 
the happiness th-' ( hristUns p o aa eaa . from 
bii th to death. '< have the Holy :nd True re 
Rgion whtch muft Mve mankind. 

'll I- tri.’? that the kind of ministry I have 
c^T^yjT'r If hard s'’d pamfuL having Uttle m the 
wav of TitfT.ftMi for needy humanity, and filled 
with une»i->io-..-., difficult!*’- and ember 

rassmeni Ne»rTth-Ics.« humf-uly speaking, my 
fate la stUl more desirahlF to that of ao many 
W'^opa and prtesfv who leave each 
yeoi fer rr.!_ in China and • ther urKivilized 
rutsotrlTi. — they ?-xpect to suffer 

m 4 ii.r<|bTn win'? th.TT. -.wn for their 

lathM It I am r-'~ to -kI my blood for 
•v Hoii R. at ’. -St 1 aweat and 

submit »o .ili ?*.- -^.'.ilicfs a:-i! privati--:- that 

My .iifi.e 

BI.SllOP Dr.M£RS phli..a^,“.v of Ufe. ahd hL 
interest ir, the pu-Ki*. sffairs of (h»* pUce. which 
he helped ir**'? alvt^i? w,;l. ai: o«r other magni- 
ficent pioneer^, is seen In thw k-iter. written in 
Victoria In r^oary of IBoo: 

\lv very dear ^>^olher --I have already had 
the gilef of learning . th aad new s af (he 
death of your Jules. The Lord has taken 
blm i--: of a w irked wrrld filled with danger. 

tally for yi«KiU.. si en age when yet hardly 
old ervAugh tc rn)o> deceilful attrmcllona. and he 
led away by bod esamplea. I realise, with heart 
felt 5 s;=rcrlly. lb? grief you arc suffering over 
this uneapeciad leas of a cherUlied child, but trou 
will fuid conaoiatl: in your fsith and your 

The saints usad ChrtstiaM who 

I 2 Srtt 7 (Jolnntrt 

« VDAY. JAN in. IkM 


f 


Has Translated Letters From 


The Homesick Bishop 





THK KT. KR\ MIMltOsTK Ur.Mr.KS 


wer* recently nveried tc tV— faith tr_. they 
muBf not gi\ ... to t - ' grief, and lo a 

ng sorrow Ilk? . - — wf -- ! to 

St ' . . .. and wnrdly g'Kxls 

ajMl -• -qi. - -f hope 

Nti'trr has = t-- '»:*■■ ‘ and pdrenti are 

ail 1 to weep ihelr ‘ Mien die. bul 

then trt«f mi v; . kept wi ;..n bounds by th* 

hr: =. ‘ tr - noi altr._ ; . die but =;- 

Saint Aug-.ftir- »d w 7 „ - the death 

of his .. M.' “they paas from this 

mortal life - • -v -nd v the wishes 

ol really (“hri-t'Bf* par ■ dr - to have 

th,-:.- -=- *'*-en ■ Hca-- . ir. - — or earth, 

are 

- letter • IMd gc : •Now. to 

m\ ■ .lii; - I arr- ; ->py lo tell >1 . that ..i my 
trip i.j • «lifc:r.,i July * is mw 7 belter and 

now .-i.epf ffj disc ifi/i* * Bliffnea in 

m> left wr .. - yet ---’irely dLsap 

peared I am abs? o all. ;..1 my -..rk as hef<»re. 
h'>:- tt.il. V--” : 1 '• * £T=... 1 will 

rrr^ver Irrr.. ihl> sr... - the itv 

thing I ^ |» ■- 

r diHiht the reaiiii ol *’ hard ar** diflirult life 
1 led ■; ir ' earli f(r‘= : ~~n of my ion in 
thu - ’tve country In "Mil " I am 

“"I r “ ** .,'m 0/ r= "nth be my 

thim (h the p(i. ■* id and 17 ... than W 
years t v the Lord, by Hi grwe. culied me * 
the g.. ■ wotk of - And yet how quukiy 

tl. pa# i»d for me That .. the re^— -- 

I aay that In tfiu - i.;-try . Uves «*tftly. * r 
her? ;r.e live* jr, arstisSpa- • dm pUnnmg. a 
■ hoi-*- b_.M a f— rn1. a ml to 

eaiabl!-:. -• ! ffe - me *. and ao on 

Ar * i- aiw . •••i'; ahead to the time 

wh' MH'h t"-?I 'Th “ill Im — - ^r"-:.ed It Is 
not {;*--= thu m old -iherr - .eryone ui 

bi ; . with the pre -Dt and vih*-.- everything is 
lotv- and (oev 5 *ke clc * • 

winter u : and vere thu year I 

lo It During thU 
vet-. : i It was 9 to lo -i-s' -nd . t..,:, 

• felt 5, ol Navig..:;.. . . , the 

been sinpp * for twq -:-f three weeks 
heca’;;'' if ice Voi two yean 

has - ;t • 1 g:.-* - M --y ^ 

everyihing la e*ii .-.:y ■!. >' There ta real dla 
- *■■■' la*r'*; gold mi:;r v h-" r. dueovered 
on th- upper i '• njia River, nd If they are at 
rich as th-cy say. 1 hope that the country wiU 
take or rw etiergy 

The Can' {.=- Cou. h'ypa up ta date 
with poV'tcal affairs I am duturbed tn see that 
• party has beer, formed wt»' .ir. aiip to »nnes 
Canada with the Cmted . If Ihki happens 
It would mean ruins'^-, and death, *pertally 
with regard to religv — 

’’Y-m see how bad :;;iy wrtlTg la. It la a 
result of a blow >f an aac that yt gave me an 
my right shoulder, ihrou^ my fault, as you 
may re m ember." 

V "l.*ste Demers, thnugh he travelled widely, 
north an«l east and south came to look upon Vic- 
toria as his home It was he who bulM the first 
Roman t'alhoHc Cathedral tn British Colombia. 


in Victoria I; was on Humboldt Street, where 
Si^ Jc-epiy* lf(.spital now aiand*^ and the splen 
di*l old building i-. j-ifuJIy preaerved. =_ now 
the f'hapel of .St Anna Academy, 

BI * vp ; Palacv (hen. also, was on 
Humi • tt and n was (here, In July of 1871 , nine 
days after the Crown Colony ol BiiUah Columbia 
Joined Canada ar: event which BUhop pevnett 

wek^med. lor it brought hun much C ri to 

his own beknred rountiy of Quebec- that ModeMe 
(Vmei^ died. 


There was untvenul mourning in Virtona. 
for Modeste Demeis waa a good cilUen. aiM The 
Colonist annoufvsH the aad news. 

*Th? solemn lolling of the Calhohc Caihe- 
dral bells appraised lha people of Victoria that 
another soul had *winged Hi flight from earth 
lo Heaven, and " *he day woie on and it became 
known that good BtC-pop Demers was dead, there 
was Mnanlmou..r evprestion of regret from aO 
da tees and rrerds 

■ Diir'ng his BIthop fVmers frequently 

expre -ed a to see and convertr with .s»r 

James Dou£i=> w! -. waa oltr-- fr- - i at hia bed- 

aide 

The Color-sf told of the Rlshop's life: 
‘ •'■i-hop of Vancouver Island ‘ 

isiT . 1 .- ■,: 5 i -.--Minued Blnce lo fallhl'iUv 
di*-' he had =r. jmed- The 
(nw rnd r..- :> ?! ;• b. ‘.m In tpirH aa welt as 

fort^n^ .“.rr fnt-ri.* in the Bithop a wise 
ac” -' and a kti-d ft nd In :h r:?r!y days of 
the seiticr!?'.! of r.. c! w! ; the offu-ers 
of the lltMt.-'^T Baj Compa-=^y rvprr;-^T>ced great 
diff> uity the (hen nufTrcroua 

-•.age IndU" tribes. bl<“op Deme' who was 
a great favm-ite .tt.; them Iwsy- -iatsted by 
his arM . >el prev. ..ling outbreak. 

He rviah’i: h. 4 Ca:r. . . ml at v -" .a polnia 
on the mainland and freq-^liv made king trips 
lo the interior tr- -- ert the heathen 


AU early 

Bl*: D=-— 

rr= '*— 1 . will readllN 

reran to mind 

lr\ • ‘ , 

'? »br pea-- of mlvl 

ome face 
that reigned 

Wlllii- 1 u 

‘ ’*v*nit> and 

iffactianate 

map. - 



. p K. 

ill “-..p wa~ - 

•»l our rr 

active i!’ 

hea' ■ ‘ -;ar. '• 

-iu( about xevi . 
• fa ‘ He ■ 

..tS ago hi* 

Ihe Cnll^ . 

C-s.wHja i:-\ 

I' tor. High 
: ■>p.' and rw 


lurn.-i rx>( miu.h benefited b> 

hi trip In in-.i ' , -ipany with K ■: ; Segher*. 
he attended If- ■ .. -j f-jruil • Rome an<l 

v<m=M for the Dogma of the Inf.-^' .. •, the 


Lnfi -'- while pa-' tbrotigh 

Fri he v._. — • f| h a railway 

colli 1 “^^" tr effects £=? he never 

ful!> r< ... atid ie*uir«! If. ‘ dloces# late 
last year h_ himself -;4 to 

•*• lVm.-r. waa bom Oct n 1 M» »« 
Quebec, and " ojdained a priest Feh 7 . jH 3 b 
In 1838 he ;.*f* •‘•“ ■ti with Arrhbtehnp Blanchet 
for (he Pacifl- id came lo Oregmt in 1 MK. 

Ilebu.!! ihf >;i p-- l s CituiTh - i al*-- 1 rhurch 
at Cowllir. i Tn.r 

V — ?r a rr.,:-. in i: - 

k' ; popu> I the Btsltop 

^ "*^1 *■ “ ■ and r.- , * him quite 

iV; 0 / «tptn~- 4 ia 

HI If! m the w-tld was - «lo good, -nd 

no m.T rv^r devoted ‘-im« tf - rwisotml 


dM ■ 

■Ji-— 

pcTf . _ I 

the 

In pen;, a? — 

hia life - 

pr -*—‘r It-, 
htms'if N-.- -- 
for fii wt- 
ihe fruHs of «h. 
wiu be H« 

him — malt 
him as a man 
and -- esemf 


' • “ ■ ‘I'd “In 

- ‘ a--iongst 

prni* =rr-.-.:-., , 1 <J heSsJ^ 

■- »W -: t-C-U;:= •“ : h. did nOt 

to him ’hat -r might 
• wo.li he devoted 

*• ' ' - h»rrt - -If results 

•i| the Nnifh P»,jfie. and 
t«*ny vearr of mceasint toil 
others might differ with 
•■>f f«:rh ri>f!^r ‘-’.ith 

He Vis a devr ed t^rtvtlan 
man and during it ^ years 


that h . ipiefl the exaltr-l poaiticm of Btahoo 


his humility .- for 

leal never fla^ied 

“ft ■: — : ha. 

cnn»i*jf: of re!*;- wh. * 

tered i- -* ~ sMy m the tt-u. ■ 
ful life had failed to auppr>,( 
paasap i*-- jgh the dark valley 
his life. w«a pr-..sful and happv 
•round hoW a : “ristlan can d'-- 

Blfhrjp Demers U buried m the crypt be 
neath the High AUaj- In St Andrww a Cathedral 


and hi« devoir 

strange If the 
had admtnis 
a '>ng and uar 
during hU 
HU death, tike 
show'ing to all 


PA GKS ./ «. p iST For the Victims of the Northerner Disaster 


From the fllea aJ The BrHIali 
CnIftwAM af aeariy a mwlury aga, ilw 
arStrlrs In this »erte« are derived 
Fwandrd hv Amor de Cwsmos la HAk. 
tt has beea published unlnterrupleslly 
ever slare. though the name has hrea 
altered Co l|s preaetit form, The Hally 
CokmKl. 

a • a 

d. de-:*y aaikJriwd, 
f Th- Bnii : >an»ed 

>-“r 1 het’ier, » , ‘ gf 


irltTOfclA 

* a hen n ' 
af the Joss tii 


r .,7 "- well 


*ss * 1 »• 


i*apt. 

Tt ■ ” 

•iladwell. p 

- : un tbia 

- . 

^1 ft 1 

^ . J ^ , 


ir 

- '»t 

I 7 r .at.-r • 

■ f r.- iila- 

■3 Ihe ' 
ad ft. 

- i«t. 

1 . i .■ ( 

- 1 “.. og IK . 

■ tria ■- ■ 

ned He 

P V. 

Barry 

a 'AV’t . F.trgi 

> Express mar 


'i t 

- t ih# m 

•!'* ~ ' ry.. was 


of •' 



In Tne ru • 

, T - 

; r • ft „ -*-* 

le : * 

^ i- - 

d di-t He 

, ..i 

?nd r?~ 

- ! ur 

= ' f .'.j 

■ t’jpf vV L 

nail ^iood 

• •a. • 

- “ l_. ; -■ •• -i - T. 

-•f -- ■'tiickeii 

.‘jp 

Her:. 


^ d ■ .* 

to ’ - line 


' ‘ -1 

' • V n . ' . til 

(lie . ; 

tnd rrew 

*'. 

; - ! . 7 - : 

rfe'y But S^ 

rd. 

. ! 

! a “ 

■ i - Itated ta 

in • Mr.. 

If to 

'» r«. He 

: _.!fn 

ft stroke 

--.d, - 


---*t xweflt 

>lf tlw- ■ :■ 

1 ' »♦» 

•1 ■■ :> . ! 

T . T by 

■ " '1 




B-.= 

le: ..‘ul !- . . ,4 . . ; ■ 

lar ?le . 

>iMj ;; J • -iie (-f 

I '^rti p 

Whe?'! tt.. . 1 .-,.,. 

” • Je IK *=i 

w'hk ■ •••• f •. 


sfi. ir 

I 


tirpr In 


the iasC 


tf- dl 


W 

‘ter 


VICTORIA MOURNED 












the 




Ui 


she* 

Kv. 
aomaii 
the i 
An 

“Tits 

f < 

1; life* 

Ultle hope of 
Rut while • 
«nr fc. an 
4 •• ; me llf.-rw 
■ •“ tl 


the 


Tl- ■ 

Reef 

a_;- 

If- ■ -i . I . ..f 

_ . 

b 1 

-• • - i ' ' • : • ' . SU r : 

f.-r • 

‘ 

•“ ny 

li. - 4 . 

• • -, i*. tt , • T 


r h rt - *d 

a' . I i 

One )f t! 

h-T tK>r^ , .' A ‘ 

Flrxi 

- • uve 7 

hi .-:rrV* 

that 



:-..-ig 

--- •. it« f— 

1 

i let-. ; : = . 

wit!. ' . 

• ..1 -ft' r »«•**'• 

.. with • — pif 7 - ; - =. 


. .-.-iv - . 
B-* !i : 

♦ T - 

* »r r 

Chief • fft 

-■5 refiin-T;. f- 

... whe- r r.^‘ 
HJille 

: p.-„ I le 1 * : pa -r i 

■ *- re* * ' It 1 “ ! ^—7 

to • nme f t- * Ijf 

igerx 

.-r.c 

'.-.I .:ipr :7 ^ :l- N. 
mer tK’ !- - 7 

-'*«d r ? r the r 


n.iii I,. .? rltv tl - " 

- ' 

■■■' . : - 

*• j 


-til. urtdri ihe 

offl . . 

•d - ■ the 

d *- hfMy It : in 

-<1 •! - - •■^(tle 

‘ fv -.'-- .1 

*n off ? m 

' ‘V 

‘•I iM at thf T Ip ■ 

• :: the i :kay 

- off II ck 

Hr ' oppeired arxl* 

Capt. Dell ' 5 * ‘ *je |t-i * to 

■’ * ' . , - ‘ jy »it* hi 

li : full ~ ,, ,pt • avBi 

— *ed :--- (he 

ft -kt ■ * ' 7 ** ?*•{• -i-fj 

■ Apparently in a -* . k 
r.j i- - swept The 

- ' - MX »fet> 

:h 

fr “ a »W-rk *mlJ 

- I ---.-n It 

■*> ■ Neither he 

■’ *?' of ■*- ‘fier 

. - h i - - 1 — iM 

rvcst:“_: .? >pres :_.s 

•) ^ . ... 

t'l t^- nv — • . -f ' ■ , 1 .. 

a a a 

AMOR |>F CIIWMOS. fr ‘ ^ 

' ■»- ; iprr : her . f' 


. Ill 

‘ jn Hi: 

of V- ..^'.4 r ■ 

•• • 

I u - .t - ^:y 

I-. ' >I« 4 M I _ f{ im 

hi- tl .* of 

7 :n hwi - ir. 

g; -=.i i»i the 
- ••• In tl- '■ - 
p!«>peily pii.T.ul- 
_:.ly W 4 - 

't . 'l * 

r. {'••wprvt i>I the 


pr- - - 

the ■if- *' 
h-utr aft TT»e 
bit. 4 . 

tJ.. yh tfie .ijrf r. 

::.ged i5 i,,. - 

•: the 

r- • - -.-.-CP Wi »- 

II w rxr 


(•-urU IfW'.iils r,f tj.; ..... 

-imbU' besvmmg rc -r • 
they had prefeired to inr - 
r<>undlngs ol Vasoft^i, 
re- IriTl pul— tU;. liu(i : 

exwtl-- gi" .-j - 

sity a*- exi 

tevaluf wrote • 

”A .of 

►ail not fully pr. 

whii^; word 'r. * 

“But a Bysfrui re* 
w-._f|y : - 1 muat be revoi''* 
■*t>f atter 

brill-*- rol. ■ It 4 • 

that of R -or 

V' • . U-. Ib-i- p . ,1 

thing IS subject to a 
Vs jcbuver Island r - “t- 
to the fe^slattve 
was elected on the m* 

Dr’-;*- C: ...t rvl? pf 

a a 

F M U OOD .d 

a* manager of the Bar jf 
tempoi-!,. irter's 

wax advertising Jr, -• 
pn of gold id bRt- 

. Thr-- ,< N Hr* 

H»- fiartner It’ll ttmr 
stalmner’s 

Hibben fam:* r-STn-? ■ 
tmt!' fhr Dlr. 7 '-* H.r-’ • ' 

ut a few yrvrs 

a a 

nnone pi-, 

the righttng SI H per - r . 
*l*ortive attempt to ‘free 
Yet !• p 4 .- 

mu*' aVrf e - 

r=sd to if tinr^ .-.-rla 
The Hnfisb <' *t * 
•inimjeM" ni. although if , 
at Chariralnwn Va.. " Jar. 
'Therw is no di-- 
It', regton :- rofwemed 
seMiemeni has been urr. *. 
jr^- «tieb foravB as the one 
Harper's Ferry NaD ryot '• 
that the L*men shouk^ he di 
■ - is — “-.spiional. It 
avowed by all - - * 

people Self » 

It . . 


-Brstish Cn. 
.-■•in iherelofutv 
iL. “^piwrr sur- 
be amisa •• 

■--.i ol the 
'I've rwH-e*- 
refiom but 

prfi::. -plr« 
•d JI IS «.nr te 

--“■erently and 

"-nent of 
as truly aS 
r'opie have ne 
'feirs Every- 
bower 'Only 
- rrbera 
cr’-.... iMme 
‘. was urHirr 
' 'lamaiiont. 

yed Victuiu 
?»orfh Amertra, 
•imer.t .'MreeC. 
aper for the 


r*_ 


sdvri ii-wr. 
;>-j ft I'nd 

• i: The 

* — *e here 
bCMlght 


■-- --’ - 1 \ by 

’ ■ Kr«-Wi.'s 

f;rir of ihe 
Id > ht** 4 iry, 
- St 

• ' ent ax 
f*orre»|.. (lent 

.«?• that so far 
Mkc a CnkiR 
. -ed t’n- 

' -----fled at 
ed. It rs better 
*n»l* efdn- 
bekl and 
of the 
•>*. drm*i»*ds 




FIG 


either ftliere and jpMsrrttng iii*- 

ft-ap 

Tl*e If irr.-*., iiT. 

wax tNirf. It most ,.^ye been 
evideni to him lt>al p^e-e 
of -.-.-id h«i -id 

Aful very ' ti» ided !>•- 

would gw first 

I W alt bed turn • !!»■* 
the loose '••iir awa> 

from the • ..nd w‘‘. 
^Mghl hesttaimr, ■ ■ ft. - 

the Iraxh id -■■■-■-• -inied 
salt grass Then *-■ st.-ipfsed 
xnd serffyed to be t?v|ibg ttie 
air fiom drre*HT*i 

-«rp n- 

-‘ep 

tty ’ .*l‘" 

^ 

Tt- . h|s dark ..J hr?*»hi.d m 

'tie xurfa-’« i •* ; '.-d 

lo swirp j-.-,,; ..f r, ,;l 

<iers sbiBWi. „ I was pi 
':im BiTi-,- ...|t irr ■ 
with the ft _• iKle IS— - d thi- 
''Tot and r Ju.re 

By h»s at *■ w-- 

afrald. I :r. “*Tr aftald of tl*e 
. C* - - 1 ) 

•-* : . -Td .if i‘ 

- rfl ruMrnt - tir; *. 

in Hs grip. - red J^irn 
im-*sM - As if this 

was no: r have 

known Tm»w v»-‘ — - able he wax 
the — i ferma i-«t 


with ts 
He t? .k 

,»’■ •* 

■•If out -if 


HT FOR LIFE 

Cnnttnurd fr«m l*xge 4 ri . 


pt c'.^t him ntf '4 .ir>d then 
tit the nH.-;.--llght fbr more 
- piedlalor -a a*- sbmad 
IJie this 

Himever. Irai m the ac* ■ 
of wild Mr a tra~*ienl 
:*'ing for If »tarK fe i I* great 
“ ■- i-m. \ 

;■ I- usually a te-“‘‘ -J r-:.rr-:t 

I- 

\\m- ^ ..-.iiisi* pb']tM» 

J- . . ! ive •.-.r;ft.s--i' : na. 

:;:re's . ... law's ihr pmiewx 

‘inggW* ' . jr. 

•»r- life is rooted ir, a 
of evci pir . .11 :L— th 

‘ the wild creait-r^ of -:.r 
nteadow (he w<M>d Ihr - -->1 

. .-.r • •- the :r. ihia 

dr *ma live and 
■ • ■ ihetr . . . 

-. I i .* I --aJer «t- -U-fl -" -:?w 
. fr - 

I! U ; “d If 11 w--:^ 
"M .^jvr " devils wrorld 

* .d 

-Nature • •‘•Mb * i:ng 

* “. ■ ■ matte ■ lear 
■ iti stUir- 1 , a 

little it.:=-^ a rr‘-“ ’f faiisc in 

Jt a -III fear comi 
*'d ■ I . mg swifllv -rifling 
“- -low before if. -iMng 


M the 
Mr g«-i e It 


irr.— .. 

and there ix no 
t ilL It?- - II will re« 

AU a* have -- Inxiine 

•Kr •: -• t(»w ^:4 ielf pre- 

■»d it ' - .ipparenl 
‘ “ '-T ‘;td quirkly 

-: So hiave Ihe wkV and 
' ik:---- flood Wt*-— i-Kj. 

- hg .-pi av -- ; .'iauMed 
Ir- -1 a’lempi Id bwr'le the 

ill r.airr of If--' ’ ii»-f pax- 

“ >i ii next morning 

■ sk;:‘.;ng the fkwded low- 

I.-.ri'f under ? * I:*»r 

Wi «t»«. I I .t»»ir a 

mrh hue v.m* the 

track of a -- *; body that had 
ilij# 5— 1 ■ _'lf li — : ‘. 7 c water; 
:.‘.r • f- i . . "I where wt»rn 

- V. :T elfrrl « had rexled 

i:-- ..-sing In 

•- ir“. . »w' h ' n«en 
;! ft- It • d ~ .1: kx 

•• a big alder whrrr **-- 4 .-a«| 
jvrft in a t*-. ■ 

- rer : Hi * ■» the f-.?:.ige 

ferk' -rd - were 

It*!. ; It . . 4 - 

-* — n |»i. . •• a -mall 

r. « :'=ld sleep well ‘■‘-■Vi'-n 
I like ir tf ik I* 1* my 

lUSlr . of (! rkaal- 

that tiad ir- heO his 


akf£)rs»^ True Life Adventures 




WHO KILLED 
COCK ROBIN ? 



•-*— Im thj* C>«» NOSiftOV/ 
>st« WtLJ. PC 4 
PBA.TH WKKKI ’ k ** 

Twbn mt or 

WHB4 TVl« IMWIU "*■- X 

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I 





London’s Old Bailey Tells 




th» tqujl roof* of London, lopping 
^ th# 4 omo of Iho Old Boik>. th# glMnd flguro 
of J'jn'irv botancM hof -oi-mIoo ond catchy ihr 
•)« of v 1 «itora from Canada. 

Uul ahoukf aha not b» 'd»l)ndroldad*" ihay 

lnt 4 Uiia. 

CfiPhnay gtiidaa rafort that Juaitca n«>wada>a 
na«U to kfiap har ayaa opan . . . antt today, bo 
aldaa. lha OW Hall^ to a wk|a«Haka tnstitu 
IJan. drana of mora notahla criminal iriato than 
an» othar butMinf In tha world, tha Okl Railay 
haa tuto comptatad a haif-cantury of flthnna 
crima • 

Probably, loo. tha Old Bailay haa provided a 
hachgrtHind for moviaa mora often than any 
other building on a«rlh. but thay’\a always bean 
apacially built tfudio aata, for no motion pkiuca 
haa aver bean tnada In Ita prartncla And da^-or 
^aly tho riva judgea art ataging no calebration 
Of tha SOO murder trlala and ».000 leaaer Indict- 
menia af their dramatic haif-caniury 

Yet It waa In No. 1 Court that Dr. Crlppen 
aq^red hto ahouMera for tha death aantenre 
tha long arm of tha Uw had anaichad him 
acroaa tha AtUntIc. Hare. too. cama 
Maw Futha. tha atom apy. and tha notorioua 
Chicago May. blushing ^rioualy as aha was 
^nier»cad to prtoon Traitors, murdarara. ihimes. 

malJara. rogues of every hue pA» throuah 
the five courts at tha rata of 1.000 a year . 

frrw ihto catalogue of human frailly ‘ iIh^ 
^ Bailey sifts tha Innocent In one case In every 

• 

Jealously annuring impartiality, tha «|uar^ 
mile City of London maintains Iba buiidlna 
the Central CrtminaJ Court, to give its iv«| 
wme -from private funds. Only lawyers per- 
haps know that Its Juriadictlon extends over tha 
high seas, and ' up all foreign rivers as far as 
Ng ships gfc- Says tha currant Lord Mayor of 
Lon«^. ‘Though Tm unlikely to gat piracy in 
the Caribbean nowadays, fve a right to try the 
case if It comas.** 

Thus a liquor amuul^ was brought to book 
from beyond tha three-mile Umit and a cabin-boy 
appeared at tha OU Bailay aflar a shipmata 
mysteriously vanished In mid Pacific In tha 
South Atlantic tha bod^- of actresa Oay Gitwon 
was pushed through a porthole. But despite the 
absence of the corpus delicti sn Old BaUay Jury 
found har deck steward gulhy of murder. 

Tha birthday girl Is In reality older than she 
seems. Jusfica haa been admlntotarad on the site 
^ the Old Bailey for over 1.000 years. In tha 
basement to the "balllum" or wall where Justira 
was dtopenaed in Roman times. Riiilt Into the 
modem walls are the forbidding tiones of old 
Newgate, a prlaon older and more dreaded than 
Ihe RssilUe 

In the building Itaelf. beneath statues of 
Truth. Mercy. Charity and Wiadom, policemen 
significantly go helmetleas to show respect Red 
robed, the seaMon Judges carry herbal noaegavs 
to ward off the traditions! pestilence that once 
cost magistrates their lives. 

Just In ttma for lu Jubilee, too, tha Old biilev 
has been fully restored after the wartime bom • ' 
that sheared away half the budding and blitMd 
lh» allevway of the condemned, called fyesd 
Man’s Walk. Now there is a restaurant for Jury- 
men. neatly modem in d«s-or. on the siie of the 


LONG, 

SAD 

STORY 


lANlD i ilKIT 


dungeon where Jai-k Sheppard Uy In Irons, and 
s cafeteiis in grey and yellow whero the 
prtocMiers of .Newgate once raved and grusnad 
Prom tha smouldering rubbla a fireman ul 
vaged the carved nsk city rcwt^if aitns Now it 
has been embodied with chemicaUv mellowed ook 
paneillng In a new yet ageless setting looking as 
II the court had never changed During the rw 
building 92 iinail cells wne converted into Jury 
rooms and offices and today's pnaortem step from 
sir-conditioned celto into s courtroom of unobtni 
si\e microphonea and hidden lighting 

At the entrance tranf Ailanilc visitors pa> 
respect to a marble tablet •M'Uimin Penn and 
William .Mead were ined in 16?0 for prear'hmg 
to an unlawful awembl> Thia tablet cwmmrmo 
rates the courage and fndurance of the )ury who 
refused to gi\e a veidirt against them though 
locked up without fo«id for two tUghls. and fined • 
Penn was the Quaker who fourvleil pennsyhanla 
and an iHd Bailey Jury, one remembers, estab 
Uahed the rtght of all |unes of ib« frm people* 
•o return a verdict acrurding to their convtctlorw 
Over the main door there still runs the ad 
monition. “Defend the children of the poor and 
punish the wronedoer " But in a modem wing 
a new type hand of .probation offkwrs men and 
women laboi "XHtnctenllously to eradk-^te the 
very causes of crime In a bnghily furnished 
waltingroom suite maiked ’Mothera with Chll 
dren, generatk-r^ of little girls have played with 
a pink bonneted doll a much fingered dolls’ houae 
and €»ther toys, wailing while the father to tried 
**We ger fewer crying children fewer falniing 
women" Ihe matron eommenis 

Old Bailey erlmtnala. though a tough lot. 
seem more smenahlr wnh the times Th« amai 
Ing scene staged when Ihe murderer Fowler tried 



l 4 UidiuiN Famed old Bailey 


fietceiv (o attack hto accompik'e In the dork only 
to be borne down by weight of numbers, could 
srvrcely happen today On Ihe other hand a 
VAung store mbbet mently trWd to stage the 
first ewape in Old Bailey history Hto shriek on 
betng dtocuveted hiding in a cupboard in a rest 
I room, cou'ld he heard In Ihe couits above 

Then there was the drama when Ihe puaoner 
*'*'***‘*"* mode a secret Masonic Mgn lor aid lust 
:«s hi* fudge atoo a Kreemaaon. donrwd the Mardt 
.ap I'tlerly unnerved, the judge «»bb*d wHh 
emuiton before he Asi<ed. *Our brntberhard ifoes 
not enti/uiage crime, " and nvanaged to stumble 
on with the scnter^ie . 

More legal slorie* aie irtid In the lawyers’ 
bat of Ihe Old Bailey than anywhere else in the 
world ThriKigh Ihe rr>blng_ rooms has poaaed 
everv star of the legal fltmameni 

<^nAmr% keeper of Ihe Old Bailey. 
expU; that he has tdiarge of five buildings In 
one Ihe r'ouris the public galleOco. Ihe barrl- 
Offkeo. Ihe prlaon. the ludges* rbamhrr*. 
ea«'h highly rhaigv^ with foretialr hUlory 

With every wwaton. Mt Sanders hands over 
kevs to Crown repreeentatives Three times a 
.lav h<iw«>ver his own men tout the building, 
lumihg 2 ^ ke>* fo security locks Once there 
was a mrdnifht w'are when a night watchman 
saw the figute of a man standing In the dock of 
No I C**urt. Fortv polkemen came rushing In. 
but the ghcMt wn* never found. 

Though Ihe ghoats mav gather, no esira 
pagenntry hallmark* the Old Bail^ half century 
The itoiN'e bnaid merely lists the usual day^s 
heorlnt's. “The usher* call silence And uuIHly 
the iudi'es begin the commtosion of fher and 
Termlnei >hmr and deierminei in tbe patient 
prw'e-^ses of the law 


kiANY sdvanced collectors 
of one or more copritrtob 
find that they have reoeh^ a 
point of aoiurstlon beynnd 
which, they cannot go In other 
words a ccdloctor of Canatiian 
stamps may find that ^ : 
for new toauesi he has bought 
every stamp that hia pur *4 
will allow, and that h-- 
no fuither 

» The consequence to that he 
^raielv fm- 1 - himtelf looking 
{through hia cidtecMon and tu; 

fiflr * V he«'ome bored with it 
ami haa to lnt»k for ii/ ‘ 

!•» This vp-r.; - . 

ar> c''.njfTtry an a-lva'M-rr’ t ^ l 
lcc'»^ may have i=^.=rr;S ;, •! 
reit by any movi.- ,j>, 

C’j-’ t 

The writer re...v mU-rr 
fe-.'U 'g in about i>. . 

1 / fitiftti Ctnlrmt<d 

Hl’NII.kV. I*, trig 


THE STAMP PACKET 


assembled only iwo coUertiu* r. 

' <’f (liile aiHl tbe other of 
Italy. Believe it or not. the en- 
tire toaue* of Italy up to rhat 
date could be assembled for 
th gjku m of fl7 Ss. but tha* vv*« 
before any of tbe count lev: 
'•ommemoraiive seis w--;. 
The only stamp that had 
an> value at that time was the 
wreptisimo* brown showing 
Humherl’s head, whict 
cafalogutvl S2Q0 unused sn«1 
i in u.<wd condition. T)n» 
ttnmp to vastly umforcata * 
even io<kiy av m a Utr 
7,^ nt coUecilng. J have rvever 
• an unuv-d vp*v;men. a*'*t 
- r-nc u-'>e<i one in an ol-i 
' - -n ■ 

7r~i >uu must have some alt* 
•.\e ir) as I found 


By R. M. ANGUS 

p- when I had got io the 
-aiura«on point with Ihrae 
two eountnes. srwi rtevei 
le--«.bed St lb**m The ocijif 
is. what* If ycni want high 
catalogue value, by all mean* 
I'ollert Roman State* ihe> 
may have thHr ratalt»gue value 
to Italy but ihc> own almmi 
norve In t’anada »»r the t’S I 
• xpenmened w.i'i th««.e -ime 
vrar* ago and found that the) 
were ••S'liv pui.-fidfc.-d in «i*e 
.\cw Ycirk auefions at a tenth 
d CMt,-ilogi)c or le*s 
Tho*e on cover* were ail ad 
.lif**ae«l to a prlmw * ih 

Venice and were liberall> 
••kened witli vaiKHiA rumiNiia 


Ituns 

:>f stamps. 

lueiil 

•n> • 

bkl* c;k au 

, t Ml> 

;;;Jt ol 

the*? 

^■mip*. off rnvci 

and ( 

iirul as 

man) 

t- a 

« 1 «vef. 

stampa pet 

lot V 

rr Ob 

tamed 

fiK esi-ii 

Ir “ 

tliar. a 


Icpih of catalogue (iiam«- 4 l 
itisi lhe*e otamp* an tsr fr«>m 
beautiful. t|>.-:p U a wr'.' rar.,.- 
u( r*.;;sor Varirtir* wi- --'ti — t-r'-- 
a vi-! V inieie- 1 ,; ,• tudy 
T*“‘ p» n» f«n .»n -iitla*- 

of Ir^* than SU'> v>»u have a 

V. 'Wi:' « •!»' -Cm« 

•iver $1 isi) and if |t w<-ir p«:v 
»it*|« to »ei'd the*** to !‘vly a 
■utMtaniiai profit r. . ulf result 
t)i the o»'ier hvnd \ou ms' 
won' quantity rather tlian qusi 
iiy ifi whii’h ca-w sr-u ran jry 
(eilcin South Ath-'iiran re 
putdic*; Hungary. whUh t*u 


be boug ht 30 ) aU different, for 
stounn 96 -fir $7 from iarg* 
rf-slera. r>* •»»’any i« atudhec; 
but do not f«rg.»* i|.*i y%u will 
gel mainJy p<wtwa( 19 M i'MM 
!- ‘ur* 

Tl.e latr hti t^i-.ixge Rv;he>- 
ir»l«l ir.e that n* had be»:} In 
this pre ‘;i of saioraii<«t 
■iwd •'»ii rollerted iJrerrc a* an 
alU-i r. finally t*-^>mlrig 
‘oeil of atv! tak«gi uf 

Poitucal ,:nd It* 

tfMt = :rr -':st I, 

' h* alr>o*t sl! . • ; 

If y«:ii I j<. -iiij to ;-,tr 
•rn} take up iMie that 
' In'iif ; li. . I - - :i- tf 
. Virre. » sue of the 

t >. »I. I'i -.. .-;t » |-,;iv 

Ihe n:;;-. 

I’—t War fir. i 4 i.v 

‘irailng study and can be 

h.-Hjjht f.:: foi Ir.e tt;j^;, , 

•« ih-g price at the lime ih \ 
w.-rr i»-uod 


9 

A 



LAND of ENCHANTMENT 


|T WA.H HARD to beheve* 
H was Inr r edlM*. but 
there I was. under the 
to the ru«N*m* *bed 
•f AM«kland, Neu fealaitd. 
and my friend Helm um 
stMtirwhere In that *m mI 
face* and waving band* be 
yvmd the wmiden barrier. 
Before the ru*(«»m« man had 
put bto stamp nf apprvv aJ 
■n mt lucgage. by «me 

took at me that 1 wasn't 
beari n g phyUiphlhora tn Ihe 
atone orchards thrtp* la the 
rftrw* nr woolen* to nty 
friend*, the biudvprslier at 
the Informalton de*k had 
Inrated Helen for mr 


Off N vlilp were .(■■ pas 

srngr:^ from “ - Ur so VS 
aiound out irqieetive 
IniilaU •iirmunded by «uil- 
ra«tc trunss and vs»’'-_* - :*'j-d 
bt<vr A shrrWvt of lam 
r*::«- 4 fwl Ihe ■ - ;r‘ of rmrn. 
busy !■.. M»en running the 
lugg-vg' Off the sbip into the 
shed. rr-«l i>eratM>n* I... a 
romfodsbie «n.r>ke in the 
doCKWav it was neatly It.^er 
hour* befc-r^ I was ii. New 
Zealand offt-' ally. ,-‘«d re- 
united with my Caruidlafi 
friend Helen Turner 

Helen bad come la New 
Zeaia>.-; itum *A''nilr Kork. 
Hrtli'h C’niiiciihto, 

ago, c:«d •bortl) after re- 
marru- : 

Held. - orie i.f ihe«e petite 
F.-:^iir.ti«omef! of drawing- 
rcMi^ quality capable of dip- 
ping handa from ‘Ik glove* 
inie canvas and bark again on 
given .-: 'He Arriving m f'arv 
ada alter the First World War 
sT~ had helped wrestle a piece 
of Brm*h v'otumbto's stump 
land, rock strewn, into a jey 
ous gartlen Her Canadian 
heme had been linked m rti 
fumishmgs with, things Eng 
Bah and Oylen. 

bvit the pioneering had al 
ready been done on ' Kelani ^ 
the cltnH orrhard .where she 
new uvea Her husband. 
Iienys Turner had been a 
planter in the Kelani Valley 
in Cevlon for 30 yeara until 
the ruim-uv prKv of rubber < 
turned hto eyea frecn Ceylon 
la New Zealand. He named 
hia .Sew Zealand pii>)ert Ke 
lam 

It wav Kelani r'n the 

fhumofiar disttirt that I was 
to vi*i* with Helen My lug 
gege valeiy piled in the bark 
we happily crowded tn the 
front seat ,t the Huroher and 
set^ou' on the l.M)m>ie dnve 
from Aurktr.rd lo T.uranga. 
the market town -•Jarent Ihe 
dlstrirl of ^Wkimoetai 


to my Cm eye* 

tuned 1 m noawviaBi blue* and 
‘ti'tani f ft* A- CM 

of flower* and Howeruig 
vhiub* set off « and i— 
try homes alike 

The inlerminglfog of Fj\g 
:;vh and Maori name* of plarec 
we pasard through an our 
Journey lo ’Tbtiranga wm 
intriguing W> came lo tuHk 
lowna aa Otahuhg and Hapa- 
toeioe and Ngaruawahia la 
pauAT^vat HaaUtor and on to 
Cambridge for tea* 

Heie we wera aerved by a 
friendly bustling f'-ngbah Udy 
who. leamirif 1 was from Can- 
ada. must immediaiely phone 
a friend “up the ruad*^ who 
also rame frsuB Caivada! A 
wrirome to New Zealand wm 
relayed to me. ahd a warm 
invitaUon la call now ar ^ a 
later tnp when passing 
, thiough. This waa just the 
beginniAf of the warm wel- 
rome 

We rolled on m the Humb^ 
up hiH and down dale lo the 
western slope r.f the Kaimai 
range. .So much of the vege 
taiMMi of the rounlry*idr to 
new aftd esdiing' TTie punga, 
a tree fern that gratefuDy 
•pteod* lit gtemeiy In bou- 
quet arrangement: *raiier«d 
groups of cahhaga tree* itl 
kouka* raising their bushy 
heath la irarr a lore like pat 
tern with the^ riisaters of 
«mall flower* and tpuidling 
lenjth of leaf, and towering 
•n the now tote afternoon sky 
the .Nnridik pme spreading Its 
wide branrhr* fieta which its 
long need** Ian toirlghl tike 
mvnad* ctf Chmtma* candle* 
ii)t >el 111 * 

'{tut Just wall until our Ifo 
liutukawa* are btooming" say 
Helen and Denys a refrain 
I was lo hear far several 
Weeks, until the (Tirtotmas 
tree did bkaira and Justify the 
New Zealander* m*hutia«m. 


range 


Taursega arid emei the dia 
tint iSumoriai Tew to 12 
«iars ago iXumorM' was all 
dairy fa nu iag and orrhard 
land Today, due to popula 
t-«^ Inrsvaae through forest 
Hidswirie* and tlw develop-, 
mrsd of a multi toiUien dollar 
der|waea port at Mount 
Maungamu appowlr Tan- 
rang A. tku m aetoi w torgHg 
rr«ideftitai 

We are near home Hetoa 
and limy* aowut* me agam. 
fearing my toeig day begun al 
f Jt< * n. had tufd me The 
•wurung hod been full The 
atfemoon not less *o wdh 
raped fire conversotlon and 
evrmng rhauge* of scenery. 

Yet the ihnil of New Zealand s 
ge-netsHM serduu was eriB lo throe 
b« meVf 

The approach to the 
Turners’ home is a quarter 
mile koig abiir af gr*e . bn 
the left, heavy with bud And 
nad) tr bur^^tntc large white 
and creamy ;s a run 


• Ike «Aw teak 
* thru hand- 
iiays. lOnys 
i trvosunes from 


The vtew on a eiear day 
take* Ul Wsikata one of 
the greole^r dairying dtotnrt* 
of the North Islerid snd 

sweepa on to the s%cw capped 
va*cf:n.-y «.f Rue 

pehu SgaiTS-uhoe and Tor.ga 
tV*£ Ngeuruhoe is stilj acliw 
The s o m ething et«e the 

Katmal range •• v,.., 

daaeend its r«wihe«aiein sk>pt 
> a nesr tuO tro,=— ~-<i riima*r' 
If there were no haimal 
range. ;;«rrr would hr no 
^'lifua v,-.C«erl_ the Hay t>f 
PlenI#. These hilV; ate the 
pTwtaction from the •••-j'Serlv 
wind* off the three *nc« 
capped *r •.‘mred 

a few ml’’U'e* m£<' Herr tn 
the ! r 1 be 

cukl wii.tto be-** (Mim th* 
fouth Of Abt.,etic 1 found 
not a few iTems lopsy lurvey 
to m> Carvadton Ihirvking like 
Dec /I being the longest day 
m the >ear. arto the children 
leaving *011001 fuc summer 
holldav* Ul IVcrmher. and ihe 
North ^tar no longrr In the 
achetne of Hea\en 

W'e wmd >ruf U 4 > akcig 
good road* ruived beyond sn> 
po*aiKie rnunotitTHiu* Imglf of 
draight h.ghwav* Maori pas 
are poii.trU nc< to nw These 
poa were orwe •M-aced foilifi 
cation* high ■'••Ihe rounded 
bills, and »cenr« uf VaivrDus 
battle* between nstu^ tribes 
The i*as now are aecapture*} 
only in hi«riuy aiMl story 
Time has grown ii« grass 
W> are now approaching 
Taurang.v on* cf the oldest 
town.* m New Zealand, and 
fast growing into a riiy It 1 * 
niuaied m the Bay of rteniy, 
apptopriaiely so named by 
Capf^in Cook. In 1770 
“Five qnd a half mile* to 
hume, Ilrirn m^s a* we leave 


* pirturv windnwr 
or etiher »Mlr 
Tauranga t hto 
psecr. Mount 
>nce a Mnari 
bow the Stic of a 
: *ea port foi ibe 
- the Mount rlw 


opens 

Cnrirsi 


airstca c 


>wa> SomHimea 
| 4 d traito mvr the 
iikk like the piumad 
(5 vomano 


ar ', q 

dining 


tea In the 
I atoo toitked 


r tiring 


ning fT *»4 
mr.s 
hov«nvd 
by the » : 


Novemhee. and spring In 
New Zealand' leaving Aurk 
land Ihe .'--jntry opened to 
rnliing pasiu.''^' and sloping 
hills i,r grr - - . ‘ ; wnh sometime* 

•beep -*nd M>meti.“r.^ Cattle 
siihoucited the *k> 

line Thr paildtr.k* ptetur 
e«qiiei> rr..ies#d- wiihln 
hedge* the sheep that mush 
rnnmeft on Ihe vast rat pet* of 
green and tbe well kept herds 
of cattle were «rrnes lhal pre 
senird ibemvelve* like ihe 
turning 1 r,v.— of an lllusiialed 
book 

The '*.-.d«ni he«igrs with 
hate ami there red and •. hit# 
rambler io*es entwined or We were now toiling up Ihe 
profusely duped with wild Kaimai Wh«>rver lopp^ a 
hpurystoklr was a feaat of 9M>unt«.ln wiltiout xp»pping tor 


a l«-ee«q gi**u windbreak of 
Benthatne tire* and Lawaoo- 
toiM 'not ufiNhe our cedar' 
and tiandi of bamboo swayed 
giitily on the itghi aa we 
drove up the drtveway The 
hedge of ItotowMiiana waa 
vomr 90 feet high* 

When 1 got out of Ihe car 
at the dour el ihr bungalow, 
my ryes apprecMtivriy taking 
in cinetaxias brgoniaa and 
ilte drlicale pink flcweri of 
th< 1 -otal beilplanta. h was alao 
i( sleg Into the brerae-borbe 
wentnl presence of New Zca- 


gwd night* Were 
'VmX m> led- 
wfvd 00 If i)w 
-19 ihr Cfiiua 
e meli of (uooftg 

« ' evVi \ M tw-tr^ 

had I faroMtbrd 
iicaiidy perfumed 


( bouid bigto 

•HkfVt' 

. **Kebuto.* 


dlriKt 

JA>. Ik, 





IN ALBERTA’S DINOSAUR COUNTRY STANDS 


the wiiaIWI rburrke« la the woHcl. a 
Txllilt-foot UUIpattan modH. rmhrmrr^ a 
multitude of faitha. 

it IS 11 mile* we«t of DrwnhHWr. fan>ed for coal 4n«i 
Ih# romaina of pr^hUtorlc monsters frequently found In the 
vsUey 

The rhapH was the inuptratton of three Diumheller cH|. 
»ens a pastor, a painter and a carpenter tach (ave hU time 
and talent to Ha rreotkm. 

Maintenance ia m the hands of membeis of Drumheller'a 
•hot rod” brlfade. who call lhem«etve«. apprt»prla(ely 
efMMigh. 'Road Angels ** 

This bttle church asks for no contribution from Ms wor* 
shippers. But everyone, from PiTsbyterlan to Greek Ortho- 
dos. la welcome there The feature of tha place U Its buUt In 
aervicea. By simply- preasing a button, representative of anv 
particular faith, one may listen to a hymn and a three minute 
sermon 

Withui two months of Ms dedication, last July 9 . mote 
than 12.000 came to amrship. 

Here, an the so-called Dinosaur Trail, the site of so many 
prehlftortc remains evokes a inooo of reverence. Men and 
nomen come to reflect upon the mysteries of creation. 

Thia te not a lourlat “gimmick.** DiumheHer cMuena and 
dvtc offldala wouldn't like that at all 

"Thia Is a place of worship, ** says Mayor F^ieaus Tosharh. 
•It Is open to an. It la dedicated to the freedom of man and 
freedom of worship, and to Cod.* 


Thla IHtle rhori li stand* la sa laulaled spoi. but Is frequented by Hir>u*snds of all fsltiia. 


National Him Board of Canada 
Photo» By Car 1. 


unn^y 


( k«e by the rhurrk. Mr*. Domld M< Vetch. raraSor of 
Dranihetler Museum, frequently unearth* prehkdArli 
reika. Mere ahe la working mi rermery of the hip- hone 
B ii er t , ^ * dinnasur. which roam 

(loiftltidl wMHe M.«9t,9M 

HI NOAY, la. 19M year* sfu. 








K 






A laodmsrk on the Dinosaur Trail, the small white chapel rvats apoa a barrea hUlstde 


Vbllnr* to the rhureh >»«t prem a battoo lo hear a hynw snd sermon In Hne with the 

reUglon of their chutre. 








Inland forecant^ 
manlly cloudy^ 
nanny fMTUMln 

MU p«|« 


Telephone 3-1 1 / f 


1 1 .10 p <n to 8 « m 


Krti'OiwI KV I J.MI9 or KV IKHI?* 
Orroltimn . , . . KV .H' 7'25 
Sporis .••••• 3 TOOO 


I anrourrr t»iantr» Lpotling SettMimper Sinre IH.>H 


62 V\Gf3 


NMHIRU, BKHISH rOl.lMHiX, J\M \H\ IH, l*>.V> 


N„. 3|_|0Ut VI-:\R 


ArdTc CoW KHIs 


U,S. May Deport Murderers 
To Face Castro's Vengeance 


Antarctic Penguins 


ANCHOKAGI;:. Alaska <AP) ~ Kxi^icik aud 
Abk**^’ tHV South Pol^ pvDKUlBR. dird here la«t 
W4^k. mppurenti> vk'tinin of the Aretic eokl. 

“I Kuetut the) were }u*l a litUe bit on the «>tupi<l 
•Me.** Maid Mr». Karhel Himmett. adminitttrative 
officer of the Arctic health ret^earch <^ntre. '*Thr> 
had abetter hut the> dhtn’t xet into it.*' The hinK 
had been imported to found a penKuia colon) in 
the Arctic. 


No .Ncir /Vo^io.so/.t 


llotrl Fin 


Mikoyan, Ike 
Trade Views 


Demanded 


\s i\ tt li' ' 

A nu t i' 1 1 ■ il t l» V .1 if 1 \ i v. 

IiMti.tN Mw I nited 

nm ' ti.t \ » 1 1 1 I fi I it r . f .1 1 •« <1 

■! li t ■» "f 

t.ilMi' hulU'fnii' 'o 

1 iiriii ii. xiHtHi n Ml il ' ne 

Ml t c I' I 1 cr rifDcfit 

< 1. 1 ihcm lit s< 1 iMuv 

I nnic-. *u. f. rr.,r ’.i ■ 


U \.<| ll\t . I « 'N (It'll t Ill' Ki-itit 

S'Ntci I’lifi'ii' ArM'tvi* I MiS' Art I ' 

told «c 1 l V lew » (iir rtli hunt rtOll rt tlrtl’ 

JiUo^l int«iiTTMMf'. ’■ ! 'Ml • t K- 

liiy-Koui fi'i**ivii f'l iiii'-w I * ndi'tiiik '•! !’• 

( i« rmaii i cuiid n a t ion 

T'.r W tii’r H.ni'i ■••• n' i- ■''' ■ '' 

»fir tar MiK* •!,* h- . . -i i ■ ^ ' 


Onlv I hrer Oie 
In Hnjih HliiiP 


DETROIT (AR»— Ihree 
peraona were killed bul 
>k(>re<^ of other* savisj their 
live* b> crawImK on their 
hand* and knee* thn>ugh 
amokedilkd eorrido*^ a* 
fire nu**d through the 
Tuller Hotel Saturdnv 

M«;c app«icnft\ «i 4 i'ic<l 
near <hc fiMi fluoi cl ihc 14 
•lorcv hold in ihc heart of 
riowniown Iietioit li *wcpl up 
an cIcNaiOf «haft with amai 
in| speed, and many of (hr 
gurxa in (he Mlirtiiom hotri 
were (rapped in dteir looms 
temporarily 

Kire rommisaioner Pasion 
AlerMtelsoOn said more than a 
arore of gues(s were hanging 
out of hmel wmdrnsrs when th»* 
fust fire truc ks arrived Manv 
weie taken down by aeiial 
ladders 

V 1 ef>del*^hn said Hie ih^ee 
dead were liap(*ed m an rie 
v»»or Thev were all hoiei 
emplovee* 

A hotel spoke'»m*n s^id 
there were 4M guests in J'jn 
loom* in the hotel yndav 
night 

Hie chief Joseph H ^dlei 
said ihe flames appareniK had 
hroken out in a partiHccn neai 
a hat shop on the lohhv flooi 

Klre Marshal Mathew 1 
MrNallv estimated the damage- 
ai 11 f¥«,nf*i 


Brother RfscufcJ fnim Sea 

poriMbIc drowning '.c>wicic1rt\ nff 
('batham Island after ihcir Ka*la*al 
atnM'k suiimefKed ohjed and *ank - 
U okHiist photo I 


Arctic 
H-Povver 
Ked Aim 


Thiinking ihcir luck) s1ht> 1oda> are 
bnithcrs I>anu'l Doorc. ’W), of llfik 
I nion. k*fl. and Denriott Dotire, Jk. of 
Ihll B»’|chci, who were saved from 


|iie\t i< 


Hr said Hie\ e\« .a g«-d 

- c) I mans n.ati. . - ,.f 


1 .1 ■ M 1 i\ II 

piidesv..! |.Mr<4<l 'Nj' il irt 
I Ilrtl |{U«SI4 • fi' »' ^ 'll ■ g'" 

«'.Ohit «*'lt tw hull' 

‘he p"ia! ’ »-gji ' » 4 mj \ M 

0 [H-I 4 tr lit 4 I 1 \ • >M|I iiii 14 > ^ 

i.ew g«- Fii't 4 ' II 

H*' «rt III p 1 1 ' 1 "le « ’ .1 ' I' 

will use ihr ‘i* ai Ic m 4 
rrMiiiijt Irai ce4tti'*M jk-ivu-. 
i'iinii<-> I'l U'r . tiM t r ' 1 ' i< .• 4 
w 4 V He I I 4 iiT'*'d t (I ( » w I 

4 1 1 • iini 1 ( 1 .1 4 1.1 pi' «i f sh. ti ■ 

1 IBI' ilSl Uilt.w 4 I' - 


vto*r I OUIM M I \ 


tun K 

I 4 ' ei 


• i»\rt 


Atomic Health 


’<r hatis a 
I he I ''he t 
1 ^ S 1 • in B I 


DonT Miss 


.1 ii** 


I itevM • 4FN.,' )!•«■ »■ 

*' iH I » N no'* ( ' Ml 


Hnh\ i Ih'olh lntfiir%t ' 
Siitnnntnt SnIniofHilh 


chief's aic, Irom Icll, (Jlenn RutlaM, 
IJSO Wdlmit .lohn ' \ ir" llcndcix.>M, 
ITU \'imv. and (ieoige llellci, ‘k* t 
( alerlonia (Boucher photo » 


( '.lad to l»c of iu’lp’ i' f he ' a*'Ua I w a \ 
it>p*rf* throe 1%*\car-<ild ho\s do>»crii>od 
then rescue vesterdav r*f the nunih 
and doNperate r>onie brothers Re«- 


Noiair’af W «'r/r/frif 

Srj‘tln a Sripirl 

" dl Ihe Kim Ml if Hage 1 


niiw Knew (hr 

I iImi I .n'.ii L- ih. 


riiit Ai;r» ai” »> t " 
time long range s'"d' " 
leimirtc ihe effects of nmleai 
radiation nn puhllr health will 
he made at the fniveroiv of 
fhic ago where the atomic age 
wa* Nim 

A sec tion r>f nil' leal mrdi 
«tne has been esiahli«hecl in the 
university's school of medicii.e 
p will deal with the full laiue 
of Biomic puhin health prob- 
lems ranging from the 
•leased radiation m ttie wcu id s 
aimospheie to the psyctiM 
logical real nuns of scM-leiy lo 
ihC Ihreatening aajiei's i>l 
ainmif cneigy 

The Rockefeller ►■•Hindaiicm 
has approved support up '« 
tifivnoo for 'he new iinii Ihe 
iinlversitv and other sour, ea 
will provide additional fund* 

’Die r-rmirolled relea-se of 
aiomlr energy was prsi 
B.-hieved ai the miversltv of 
I'hicagn on t>e( Jti the 

success of die esperiment le«l 
111 the devel-ipmeni id die 
atomic bomh- 


‘Luck of the Irish’ 
Saves Brothers 


Cnftmhi. Hat pt'r 

I Inxh tn I itrline 

I f’rtCc M I 


\MKNK AN 1 Niry 


I his 


f It it I rnln' 

In Nmirirr/i t ntiirr 


4 ' I II I , j- 1 1 r \ ' in (ifi i| lie 

*« iic-i. 'ai cil •> ,' ii 4 1 1 1 -I.. ' I 141 

- Ii 4 ««'d -I' a ic' 4 l di-..Me till 

(M'41 f 

Mikiivan g 4 >e mhi.c i l 
WIIII whiiin he l4lg«-d I'll- 
'Icfc lie impi e«»*ioii di.vi he 
• 4 • I ng V\ 4 • h mg U' . w 1 1 h h 

It M M n I If’ • I hi 1 1 mlf I ' ' 4 ' II I M g I >1 

1 iir imig Tin. \ in. I I 4n (■. .h. \ 

III I .I'lll, 411 ' 

I I i« I - • . a (ici 1 1 .11 


few M-cohils la'ci the engine I'eim said l« me \v r ii i^-nei 
ri.a>d<*«1 and qml lunning sa* a piayet l>an 

It was hopelecs [taniel lust 'hen we saw ht lad* 

|*.4.ie ca.d la-' nighi *'•" «>eim'ii' -'-><><1 ip •--'1 

..... .. 4 .1 w. ... wated to "irni iinlii Ihe 

W e had to ahanrinn Ihe h<*ai 

I I caught slghi of us 
M sank in a cmiplr nf 

minutes anil'we haiely had I dor. 1 k-i.iw wi'4- wmHd 
lime to «. lanvhl# iMlo the eighi h-ve he. ome nf . 1 % f had.,' 
foot dmghv we were lowing M>i ih.,-e I'-'t* said 

Iwhinri 

Tlieii ii.iiilih-s had emU iusi wl MK M I 
l«egim 'he Iwci s|Hiii« li-hei The* wne -me «w.'h si.il 
men fmiml Mie., namllcd e\ri\iliing an 

K(»VAM» AM» NOHM> well 

We lowed and we .owed Mavhe we ov* r o'h live* ii. 
hill there wa* a bad 'hop ami iheni and we ceiiaiiMV ws' 
Ihe lirte was againsi <is Daniel In thank them 
said ITie l»*en age ie-«nei» UM.k 

Instead nf gelling . |n*ei lo me hiniheis In <*ak He 
-hnte we were Oring .allied Rnathnuse 

faiiher nn' all 'he time Daniel said ih*l w|iei. 'he 

And It we« so mid we .mild hoys flisi sighted il« 'he< 
hardly mw wotideiedwhai 1 w n n a/v gll^ s 

Kni nrailv two honis the weie doing mil n. a dinghy op 
hioihers snuggled against Ihe-s day Ilk# this 
sea neemg onlv a freighter pahTI.V INJtmr.n 
uniOthe hoya .'(tme In sight Tampeko was 

I'KKTTV n^>*PICIIATI’. onlv partly Insurer! 


Ko\al Tour .loli 


4 crtMO-s 

Mnartc'lai News 
t.arrlen Notes 
Kadlo i’riigraios 
Wo4tal l« 


Boys Hurt 
As BtM'ket 
Blows lip 


*|Mirl 
1 elev l«l«»n 
Theatres 


t ANWtMHI N J i( f*i~ 
Three leeii agers wr»ee sent 
In hrrspMal Naturdav when 
a honre made rrwket, ftieted 
h» nw>re than malc-*| 

M|>s. bte« up 

I’l.hce %aMt Use emket eg. 
plnded when Mse rsf lha 
vtHiihs wae fsarklng lha 
mats N heads ttiBn H wUh a 
steet rrwV 

The rra-ket c-rssi«l%led rU an 
aluminum ryllrsder three 
Ini hes ki itlanteler anrt nine 
fret h»ng II had been under 
. i>iislrtt 4 (Ion al the hrtmr nf 
■ M»e ot the hi>s s for IX 
months 


Put ’Em Back ’ Sparks 
Thief’s Conscience 


ILS. Vessel 
In Distress 
Off Tunisia 


RCyrniRDAM HT* An Mtlle 
AmBTlcan merrhant ship. Iden At 
tiflad M the Valiant Kffort atiurl 
waa reported In mdihk In the thing 
Mediterranean «df the Tunis Fiial 
Ian cuaat Saluiday night A dietel 
manage moniloted by a f'utrh Tht 
ahippinf agency here said the i loae 
tr*w was abandoning ship how 
hut details wer# not given. soakr 


sill, "i.i .4IM' g ' : r . ..iiih 
1 I'l '•! 'ed 'o ■ I* '»w - I 14 pulled 
iiul 'wo 'M4-- S''d h.oiu'li’ llll-m 
tii .4M an'"" 'hat W4- 


I.YN \ Ma-s ' AC' Dines \S .iin.i.i siveaku'i 'i e vnui'i 
Vivare 48 did fc-llovs inulni iste 10 sn sn ' 'inobile Ut"k 

a g..rsl iiirn Kil-Uv mghi h.ih . ap* sm .1 i-.c-ed ihem 

(111 leluining iu a pirikuig ^ ^ 

|oi he f'.ctiid fii.'i huh >.4ps " 

niisslnc fiom l»i« i'l' Me Then he we.r u.t. k C-.' 'wi. 
nolli erl a voulh loiieniu- "#*' m.-i e huh ap- enrl pU. . .1 ’ hem 
hv and nnal.iiu.h -aid '(> K br.i te sn-.lhei . ai fiom wiii. h 
Cu( em hark. 







Baby Staned, Jury Told : 

sL^ ^ 

Inquest Calls [ 


2 


mth 6 \ MortimtH^ 


I hr will 

wh^n thi* VtrMtfJI Ofiflrtslil 
I'li.h . Ul' |i' hii'KO »<■» 


lY ilnri i tvsiHUiHMl m<*n lure iu>li»m«*rs in »i!h 
hliisis of fraKiHrU smelK* 


iM h» III 

*n<1 Jn rv'^d <\f mrflHMl *«irn 


PRIM K Kl I KRT ( P 


Cl*' m -luitJti*' *r '1" •- 

wa« widrirfi in *i 

inqu^t into iViUi nf 

IVrth* M^r I'lmtr a ihirr 
niiuilhoid dabs £iil 
► »vr wihci 

hr-Ior» thr ron.r»»i « Jury Oial 
(hr child »iar>>*(l m <lrtih 

IHKTOK *1 

I'oiuiiri »>«U*:r I l».«w«-'^ 
l"uc<l 'h»* lUiW'i Kiulav i'* 
«uhiH»«*Ma I'l !• !• K"i:*'i» •>( 

Va*M-n«0**' *bi» ll••anIlff 

boih Ihc cImIiI aiHl Mm 
tncuhrf Mm* a r. IMmr 
T>ic do«"*'» *•!''* icpniiad 
ihai 'h# child h*d •uffait'd 
*r\ •'• I »• nia ' mi 1 1 1 1 1* ;ti* ' U ‘1 


aloman fw ol charv* 


Is VN lHim: to nllrt Id an\ < 

l‘i iha}>> It has alrcaih Ut‘n don** I ha\^ heart! 
that -‘Miiui nii'i. hanK aie making u>e of mVr to 
vtl i1iMi‘ii-ni kmd> of Aulti«no*>*k' men for 

«'\anipl« . Hit' spia.Niru: h •*\nth«-Mc ‘new car snwll 
on their -eninrt haml mtwleh 

llowrsi r, 1 hiNon’t fie«rd of *n> Vitiona r«!e~ 
man viltni; out to pull custOftK*rs in by the r^r^-e 
i a * 

M\ fiiond'v ulr.i wav that a uw^lauiarl «»*u*d 
pijM* Irh hiiu: foM<l ihIoi'v to iTowdv im the snV'watk 
alonu viiih loii«l-'[*eaki*J tm’wai:«‘^ 

,\ hovi»’>v would ti' MMted like an oruanivi at a 
ki wticmiii. prr'Mng hututnn to teleaa*» rw|nr» •'/ «wt* 
me steak, fish and chiiia. onion ^nup and •■»iflee. 
atone wl’h \erlml exhortation* it* 'ttme in and try 


Th' i*' w*t no isinncf of iMc 
-I Ilir biM£n KJioc 
l.ivt iin'hi iM i riiiutl Junior 
llilM •<< »HK>I br.ausc no |ila\er 
IiUcrt n Chi'1 fnr ihf ie«|uucH 
. .01' Thr 'WS' I**' k|W)l 
came will h*\r M rtill' 

Op’.'Tloi t tub olhrl*l* ir 
jMMl lhc\ nriOHl muKlih rt*<i 
\ ( -I* oU w h»'i. D > lOwH o| 
“S(i aOMifloil 1(1 II > fof ihc iJOii 

flrti |nl»r and « m • M c r 

ansAiin*« 

Vr« Inp A Ktaoi of ta'b 
IVlh^ Road and Hra A P*' 
iri'on of -’T.IO Fllarttwnod 
Wrtlkol r>if wi'fi St'tt) rarh 
nfii t .iiliMini* fnxi pn/c Win- 

ic ■■t Oh- 5*ti p'oC wa* 
i’...nai.i H Hor-anin ^f iJ® 


pMniiPtt 1*1 *M o 'Wl'l 

h* W*« piCpItiCd to A> > f {ii I r 
1(11 I hi- < i.ilO 
SM K l«(»M MIK'I N 

Ih K0£('I« v.oit Iti V.ou'tKi 
SHiuida^ ih.ii 'On- i»al»\ 
w ,iv (III mnihi-r>( III. Ik P wi' 
•i(k Itoni biriM. 'HJIiiln£ 
It'iK iniv II nuhio 4 "'I "I- 

I hll 1- I W 0,f IIl(.On-| r..| 
< h I Id IM S 4M> I III V > I I ‘I . 

I M II r .N«iv I 'Old Siiv 4 
I'l 'Will hf put ih«- 

mnilicT (»ri m\ twiiiiwd dici nf 
vc^rtahle*- riiitl 4mlMiaminv 
Thrv both t»'lt Im-iIci 


\(TCplftl 

By Specialist 


f >ff ilT i -IummI 


'■iiin.Irtv M.oificdo. Tor 
.nil 'l»^ owm-r sa\* he 
rr»^-*Ti» Jk.kl offbe fi ok Iii'«* 

Im .d 4 IcOi I hr 

A 1... ai nrW'prpci wtil«h 
Ill/rd Ml 1*1* h nlMikri 
MrfOfl. -1-' *W\v |Mr«lMl Ill'piM 
' , ,i , M- 1- 1 ■! I'll’* ' f Me av 
ihe aulhor nf Ibr Iriiet at*rt 
when he «*aid he w*« lhe\ 
I' 14 him Oie |»o«i ■tffir# «#« 
In I erncsef' |i nn*. hia xlm r 


Pipr« in Pirxalanil 

T>>« t* sruivMian bu* a 
rart)pi>C>uo I f i <• m ihr 
Xbiu/yi M«»utiljmv Ml P'li 
Ihr r^m(*«> 4 JMai 1 pla ( ihru 
^ «^Cl*‘l'ev in 'hr 

J'xAf.’a X AvfiiiA Ml Home '•* 
.■»4rn ale >4'i|‘'i4ti* and 'be 
A-icnda*w |r«.iniix of fa 
l^farA a 'ad'rb who 

^ •..(« Kfxi e«i|l1'< In 

f.««1 I'Al'.ao I h'klM ’ 


,h 1 |»r I* - \ ,M I a MviMiit 

p«*lhid(>j:i't at \.o>«i*i.'*i 
ciai ||•>'pllal v« hii rvaitKiird 
Oje rhlJ'1 ' 

4 Xl lJUl lU MP 

|>> VI H Ijiinf dueiii.t of 
fb* fSVe,‘MH MeaPh PnO iCaO 
fled ►iKiaN ihO he called an /If f|/f * ff I «’fl t tHIlt >4»rif’fV 

Ml Ml’ * ff II Cl Ml *11 ifci i.> jr Ol 

admtttanre lo 'he |tM>re 

himie and evamiiir 'tir bab\ ^ ^ ^ I I I 

C fl two da>» before ahe died ^ t O ri /| O |*l^| I 

He Mid ' 'be child waa J^iCtllvICIlU Ji 

h'lKjfhl from a nelfhhotinf 

( . me afler he had threatened wwi r * mi 

■ obtain a ^earrh warrant mW / ' I 'I 

. \| ages 1 h( 

I>r l^lng aald he found 'he ^ 


Irathrr* Hrirf tnnifin 


VERY 


Vicli*iia rtiapvmen aie n lufi. e foimaiii.n of 'be 
he pf'MeAJi of fmming a fn Ht' v(»nei\ no *tmdaid of 
.e'> oh|. h would •labdi/e reMigmlion tmrt t*crii set foi 
iaiM*'( in 'h#' piiifr*«inn dtaft'tnei* Mi TTinmp'oi' 
i-rt uliimaie|\ riea’e *'»- said N.m* membri* wnulil 

iHcdiraoo’! of wa*e *i«ie» f**f £*i>i re< i*|{nilnin m the v#' 

m>* htanihev nf en^tiiertini: 
V 'Tcern ei ed'MaimM would *«e pinvirte i 

•|,. av'iM the haal «ioup in he»,.^.. 

»ki g o>e fM«* «iep« Jamea engi*ieei« tn«l job placeme' 
Tb(«mp*on of Vancouver. *ei\u-e et.eniu*ll\ wnulri b» 
,.,e-idrnt nf the fSorteiv r»t tHf«ut*e.l he Mtd 


Joint 

Effort 

Did It 


: \M .1 ^ ^ * I' two <'nf 

-ve la'-tle» • gb «. hrw>l 
» iteta wiU SVednead* 

•he k-nreat tutef \n a-.o 
• aat • Oic I ’■ •'*' »C^a, e« It 


M . I • Kl US 

I,. K- qui'e well 
ta apeakinf 

>,( I Tiete err 
pit M 'be naim and 
. . r . r. va’ I >n I' S" 
nnl Know half 


In •rtecr *ai page ht.el I mrni toa|MH(«ibd t\ and f \. 

-vtewai* #n»i J A Ma P'C‘ 'i'" 

a a.a.iav U The a • il 

. .a werk 'ot -. 1 - V» a I . 1.' I nuc- * nt t..*.d. . 

a ki t w era •i,n*n.c' fc.OiHi, itf *Ki*en .la . M4 *. « • *.:•* 

f, , j »..*«»• o -*ae g I f"| 

. .1 a e-^' a 4n.i4.d VCI. -, : \ j- M•-1‘ 

hiMil t»fS a 'e ’• I V M r 
AiMdrfta rrouve l•.•‘lr a"d 
ibr\ aie u-'it onnniii ■ ve nf 
ic»< h» r ’itTu 

1 p vit ui tio' i.an • lal 

ifkjMU 'ihdi'v Ml heM'i' a • d 
[le' «■'» al i1e\cliu TTietit 

I lh|ir klicii.alr »r.'1i po* 
ti.tm* ‘piat'iiM and c*aa 
'nutai in addiiii't i.- a high ’■ 'I'tlb 
• landard un*’*e:au\ r'liia i-e a- 'ton > 
pUati fnt atuiteii'a with ie"et '*1 gioi 
Jbi 1 1 1 \ and i bo'r . - tr t .i • ^ •(> fu ani be 
g,, to w ot K T*uiA wf*ii''l ' s .t a 
. lie nm| lehn « ve exami’ » . • a« 
«i V a- .l ' ir 


Maioi t I’ Nelk.in. n.m 
I- tndc’ig nffi.ei nf 'he yo* 
I', iimetii vea’eida) balled 'he 
. w « that me unit * old home 
I nit Rivid Hill baa been am'ep 
■i-d a* ■ naliftoal hialnihal 


j l,, K 0 -. hiMidi eda of 

i.n r ' , ,e Wi- h«.io1 'he above 
diit'ng me /n vearv 'bat we 
have beet) mnnf beariof 
aid-** 

Kl ne once it waa aeldom 
poaaihle »n (U a ■aae with a 
hearing li»s» aa miW aa Ihl*. hui 
I ,v a diffcfCMl »tory »->d»\ 

With nut lateai hearinf aid* 
•*r .an fit even the mlldeat 
wiih behind l^ear nr 
rveglaa' m«elela N't mallei 
■Aha' degree nf deafnea* vOU 
na\c provided voU •till h*'* 
^ome rmldital he*rlnf we can 
nelp vntj hear again 

Y*.u are wt-l. ..me to tmi 
>ke«e ‘tea ring aid* witho'iroh 
’lfa*lm* tf - AVI are noi able 
■ ali a* 'he office Mr Tve 
A III be I (eaaed to rail on >-bu 
hv api* incmeni 


\nollicr (.mirtfsv Drive 


DOfS EVdTTHINC 
tUOIIUllTl ; 


Stopped for Safety 

«... tt _L-., . l.,». -nd T1 


Fniil Vtorkers 
MertiP I nion 


• ADOS 

• smilACf! 

• AUtflfHlS 

• tOIiilS 

• Sirt 'O'il^ 


fcev . lid* and Tt-e 
«' r I . ..(»era' M n 
Bwacfiv are pre 
• . er»-*»efrienda ' >■ ’e« 
. to'ri-a r»f t.cea'er 


fk*a* vut 

.•■alii un4*i 

ty* ikv 


• te la*ea» « tw-r 

,,f a •• a*1 outmv 

Oak Ha . (V I. e * >• a-r .1 

M,.. pj, ' af ir «v -•• • 

'.er dfi-.tf'f *1 -Of 1 %-whrr f •»# 
lA't week 

,y» V- • P't ‘ *11* ■ e- a 

l k »«hr»r 4 .T>»-r‘ 

. »-i|.1l.--' v». le fc e • W ■ 

,v t(. M itv>w« *>w 

,,,kr»l li> >er tear .»'• 'O m rt f 
I.. tk.th .nu-. w -I *•- rre-t 


py \ I 1. M . . )• t • 

'be l.t'n abn «. • 
of me federaon- of 

V , .1 and \ » ifi ' rf '.V . .1 k» I » 

I •.,..••4 vofe.l - "k* ,rr>oii«t 
y I dav in •» of n.rr# t 

• I'b lx** a I ' ■ . f ■ .e I a la 

Ik' I Jit" . ' '■* 

I \,f , .. r .V II »-r 


VletorU NMriat-AM C*. 

Vn \ arftm Wdf «M Fwrt •!. 


• able vyorKeia I'nioo 


Mr* l*rr" ' .1 e.-« 

,avr dr.vr •tr* *M »b« 
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Plane. 

KANSAS CITY (APi — 
A rrippl«1 Tran* World 
Air]ine)« plarw skiddMl to 
Mffty on a foamy runway 
Saturday to rod a five-hour 
ordoal for 28 • kTiv 


KiiWighten covered the 
runway with foam to ease 
the landing. I 

The ConatelUHon rtrrled 
for Kourt. II* Uixting geer^ 
• nd braking «>»iama were 
gotve and the pilot w** having 
iioiible with one ol the (our 

engines. 

*We were all laughing unit! 
moment* hefftre the landing 
then eveiynne began In pia>.** 
aaid Mf«. Margaret O'Oowd nl 
S' Lmiia. a paaaenger 

There wa« r>e pane. Crew 
memhera went unhurriedly 
ahnui the hu«tne«<i n( making 
in (hght repair* 

“I thmk we wete pra>irrg 
mAhtU Inr ihe pilot aaid 
Mr* or>>wd (Hher pa'>M*n 
gert who filed ralmix ft<»m 
emeigeno ealt* afler 'he 
bell> iandtng, evhned her 
aentimenis 


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TlioHsiinrls Srr Old Masters 


Mme Ihan 4 fklO Virlonarw ha\e 
M-n»’d (in*aiff \u*lonH Ail (ta!lei\ 
to Mew the Hummi’t mlkH'iinn of Old 
Maaiers 'Uni't* it tw^gan. .Inn \ 

Msiloi< \i»>lrrrliiv '»ns gioup of .Snlur- 


dn>’ morninK PTA art riaiw «ludcnM 
pii-iurcd here with their in«lniClor. 
Rr\«n Mer* Ihrlure I* Krans Hals' 
■ Ijiughing Piid>er Boy.' 


vers — 13 Cents Pound 


'Sharks'' Folloir Ilerriiifi 


Dogfish Haul: $240 a Day 


Vinorra and Sidnev fi*her 
men are reaping a g-’Orahnai 
a da' dAftWh hoeanra a* 'he 
leeult of Ihe le^^nt fA-letal *ut* 
*|d\ 

The iIIauI hai'le atam-t rhe 
de*!rurloe little «hark* in Ihi* 
Deep t‘o\e regu.n began with 
Ihe addrnon of a '.Or-en' * 
pAi.fwl s'lbaids In Ifre pih-e «■( 
d<>efi«h User* 

The (i*h are bring drawn 
to •.aanu'h Inlei h\ thr •waim*. 
of herring headug lot lhe»' 
apewning gifuind* 

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The m nawlet* air jje"'i g 
ahnii' 1 (Ni'iMda 

ap*ei'e jiamI >Ml>w-k !k»fvritTUin 
Will. KgeMMd J he a\tMH.'e » 
abiiui p«‘und« nf li\ei *o a 
•i*»i nf fi»h 

Of ..I ine the .f.mp'iite* 
he\e taken ad\a«>‘4tr nf 'ne 
*iluariiiri he «nit|t>ued 

■ The\ wrie p4' i 'i g niiie 
0 po'iHil fn< li\«'t bif'iie 
Ihe fcutxul* w *• g . \ r hu' 
inr\ i ghi a\*a\ f1ii-;»|»eil O'en 
pi ii'T in f'Se en'« »n 'he 
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10 fee' lOa* a«>d Til fe«n |rr g 
acroaa the ne-l ge'-ir'iria 
JO e\efv*hj«\g n it- pa'h 
The g'le a' '•-r of a ie.<«/*n 
a’ >e pM*e fm U\e« <!*•’ 

led to * iniigl.'iet ‘ e«»rirg 
the de*Mn<'iiio p'ng'am 

Ki*he»men aie ii'aniin*'i<*i\ 
.n favor of 't*e d<-gfi«h «1e»n u< 
lion plan believing tna' eveiv 
i\|»e of fivheiv will he im 
ptn\ed if Ine kitirra <an Iw 
temov ed 


MATA.NZAS. ('uha lUPH 
^1- i I r> Jualire relented 
>eaierday and lieed Juliana 
Munnx (lama when people 
who act'U<*ed her of informing 
lor Rallala agent* lefuaed to 
lealify m rnurl agalnal her. 

('apt. William Ilalvea. who 
rejected her aohhing plea for 

"She muai die perM>nali> 

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For 

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HAVAS'A lAP' Kide? Ta* 
tin evtimaiet 4’a> pei«nii« w,(| 
die hefnie M«e current wave of 
eaeiijiinn* end* in Cuha 

Alfeadv' JUN peiaon* have 
been reported *ho| mi chargea 
nf I rune* agaio*i die ftenple 
■I'liing the dic'4ior*hip of Kill 
geiiilo Baliala 

1 a«lin gave hia e*iimale In a 
irowd r>f ahotii ItiiaiO m front 
of the presidential p4ia>e V'n 
■ lav night He .alii‘d for a rally 
r*f W)raa> pet «on« ,t, Havana 
nr*' ^^ed^e*dav In *ign»fj ap 
pr*'«al of the e\e«uit'>'>« 

» a»ftn ai*n *aid ’he lallv 
•’’*'Uld ha< k up hi* rer)ue«t ft.f 
Ihe evtiaditMvn of 'war rnmi 
'al‘ and oifier foNrtwer* of 
Ha'i'ia mai'v of whnm have 
fled lo the rni’ed .•<faie« with 
la’ge *i,m« ol rn<.nev they 
arra««ed dimc^* their yeara in 
p»>w ei 

T>ie 1 a*'to g ivcM 'fjeni haa 
vai'l It wui pie*« tor the exita 
ditinn fiom the |W>rnin.. an Re 
inirvlir of Ha’ «ia himaelf al 
'hm.gh their *eem« hitje like 
lihnrwt lha' lellr>w dl<'ator Ra 
tael Fii Mitn w i|J let Cub* 
have Mai>*'a ba< K 

Kites \rran"cd 


algned (he ordei fireing her. 
al |ea*t lempoiarll) 

Ml*. Mutto/ year old h»* 
pttal aecretaiy aort moihei of 
two bova wa» accused of giv 
ing agcnii of former dictator 
Fulgencia BaliKta infoimahon 
(hat led In Ihe slaying of 'wo 
ieen age Nt>* m Maianra* 

e n 

formed for $15 a week 

But w hen the lnve*iigalni « 
aoughi wiinease* lo apjiear 
before a revolutionary tribunal 
againat her they dft'llded 
La*t .Saturday the waa 
brought tare lo (ai'e in pilann 
With ('apt l.uia ('aatlllu Korn 
an*, (he man who allegedly’ 
shot the two u>eenagei* *he 
wa.x ar» u*ed nf expr»*mg, 

She rnied hvsteiMally That 
ahe had onl) prvinied oul the 
houve wheie Ihe leenagei* 
lived 

Caoi'llo weni into the hnu*e 
and .*ho| one box, arcniditig to 


hei acx-uaet* Ijiter told he a dtlnk at a loral tavern, 
had ahot Ihe wiong orve he The trtrltlenl turned 
leiurned «'d ahol thr other enlire n(> of Maiaii^a* agamsi 
and then inxiied the father toi Batiaia 


BKAI TII-H L THINGS NEI^T) NOT 
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world 

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V Btuce M. Leyden Manager Hayward Family. Director* 

H Mr*. P W Bell Director | 

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SPECIALS IN 

SMART WOOLS 


Hremen Save 


Tcmplation 
Of $60 
T(M) Much 

A aum of ^ foi nd m a 
wallet apparenilx proved -on 
Wmptinf (or an unideoi:f»ei1 
Vtriorta woman attet *he had 
Indicated hx telephone ane 
would return ii 

Owner P*' I .**unrte o( ii*<d 
Bxron. a *eaman who wtuk* 
on Ihe weather *h;p I’aih 
etirve |o*i the waller Thut*dav 
Re foie he relumed home 
Knday. a womaq teiephorved 
lo a*k if anyone theie had 
lov anxthi'tg .She *aid ahe 
wovild call back around A pm 
I *ai iheie from «>x m 11 
walling foi Ihe latl whnh 
never came ’ the *e«fran *a<d 
Yentetdav he rere<ve.1 
thiough the mail the wallei 
rontaidlng nnl' hi« driver ■ 
lu-enc# in*utan«e «atd and 
irtentlficati'.o raid 


\ ANO •« VKR •« V r-e* 
den* \ A M M4‘K*'0/.e ..f 
Ihe ( fmer*d> of Biiti*h t‘n 
iutnbta *av* the »»mvei*ii> 
want* a $J itniea*e in 

d* grant fmo' ’ne piov»r*»>al 
goxetrrreiit a'ul will hvxe *«• 
*ake Alhei r»ip.<*uie* f >' 
doe*n' * gc’ l(ie in. :e**e 
He h.*'’e<l the ’n’liri me«* 
u:e* would b.> a .ub**ari* *1 
inr*iea*e >n lee* fiu 'be Uf'l 
verailv * lOtkVi ..t itirit'* 

Thi* ye^r Ihe unr\e**.lv le 
reived from ’he 

fovernmet • ahoul it* (vet len' 
nf an e*i|/nated .>pe*-iirg 
budget of 

\y e mi4*f tvave the ev-a 
money to m^miain pud"’ 
M'rvhe*. to pav prof»’**r*l« 
*aiatie* equal to lh».*e paid *• 
the t niver«tiv t»f Tt*ion»n 
and in meet the derranrt* nf 
an iivrtea*ing eniolmeni 1*1 
Ma< Ken/ie aaut 

The inaiea^e ’he tini\ei*ii\ 
«eek* I* about $J(ai a *'udro' 
Pie*er' fee* range upward 
fn.m $-•»*« a voar 

The »inivrr*>iv *i4* *iaied 
that a fee 'urrea*e wfujlrt be 
a la*i re*ofi if u rao'ini gri 
• he •ve<e**a*v mto'ev Imm 
pinvi’itial or frrleial *oune* 


' >at Ihev he a owed into ’ne 
,:t|ei lo the Riet>twi»Kl a i'a 
in Older to « lean out the dog 
(i*h 

f ’-.e *evl**»t* 1* pie*eived for 

*pfii’* fi*" g bi;r It l•<1a•med 

hv the prlil"'fie»* fha' *almnrT 
fl*hirg woii|«t gieaitv im 

proved *f the ptedatma were 
wiped '•'i» 

The tiawin* w 'in h lairv 
a . 1 pw nf iwn nr IhiPe mrr 


.SI 00.000 Tu« 

VA\<*Or\>R •cP- The 
«’’v flretwiai and the r*ew* 
of tvkf> iiig« battled f>>i mme 
l>i4o an nnm Krulav l>< *ave 
’he lug Hinughion .'•itraii* 
Imm !••** hv fire 

The $11*1 iiai Mitfrwvt tug 
owned hv Strait* Towing t'orri 
panv h4.T*t into flame* while 
momap ar the Ri' Mai ire 
d(H k n 'he f»’,\ evening 
\o one waa atwuiid al the 
r.me 


K'.i'et^i ai t a*igeme''i* *'e 
be.o^ o ade fnr Mah V ew rve 
"eved to he about T,‘ 5’U* k,* 
gai'l a ie«rdenf of \irio(<a 
(•■> mnie 'ttan 40 veai* 

A membe* Ilf Ihe Wah Sa 
>» eiv and tt»e i'hine*e Kiee 
Maaor* tie dol r>iv*<lav m 

Ihe •'ht**e*e Hn*p,ral afier a 
lengfhv tllr>e«* 

t*0( TM AK-NK AN 41 MP 

South Africa a population tn 
*even veai* inrgeaaed bv about 
.*'r»Minn to a ldv» total of 
M ilA(*m 


Bud{tt 
T«rmt 
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Extra 
Coat 


Thrv hhaiilifiil di'r^-sp*. riehl nut 
of (ncuiaf stock ar^ typical of th# 
ama^ln^ valiiov in otir January 
,'*ale. YcKir color. \our M/r arvi 
the nght atvl^ for you . . . now 

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•r* p9»p t m mkm are gerferriv 
eell argnl le fceee rkmt a-eee 
eaM»Ma«OMi« fm tmkm*nlmi»f 

A. fl«cau>« hrnaAlc of p'Ofrrly 
.•nnJvic’evl cbrvi v ra* pfofr»"W 
far outetvgh poa*ih*« Kva* 

»M itM r<«ncUHK>e nf a 
in **t gati.t cnmovdie* arpoteird 
hv ItM Oft’ario t( aeada I Tuhar 
( ilo*A *«voctatioa ItM ktocMwl 
Y “bcmvilmt* k**oc>ai>Aa and 
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pmvMlad a miU k*n*l wvap a 
Hvevt Strnaget voap* nviglii aflac* 
the trim* i'*ed an »omr gia****. 
Sc'f**' goew .teaa<nf thud* fnr 
I'uve* a'* ava*lahl« throufli op 
iKat aotr* t^t>«*« (onum a mitd 
alcolMl tohfiMM akvk lake* oO 
inrvu *PM*. SilicOM ueatol pa- 
ftfs a*< vaiHfaclorv fhr mm m- 
cept »Mi letwe* iHal ka*« aoa- 
rcflfct'** roa'iPf* 
i). I Aaae Immd ikm deelara 
err reMeW ’“mitim" km tnglaad. 
f« iAm ipm.* 


VtiNTRKAL *(Ti M*.nt 
real* vveary anowr removal 
rtewB SatuHav flung them 
nelve* ba< k Inin the iwodav 
battle to koep atreein clear, 
Thev were faced with high 
windi. near zero lemperaiutea 
arwl mote anow 

Rv noon the wor*t storm 
of th# winter had dumped 15 
irvenea of arrow on ih# rtiy 
•in<« 7 am. Tbur*da> 

A 25 mile an hour w ind waa 
whirling the fallen snow 
ateadilv about Into new drifts. 

lnierv«e cold ntimhed much 
•f the eastern half of the 
on the heels of ritppling snow 
Btoi ma. 

Brtak wind* whipped an IB- 


in«-ti arowfali mlo m<uint*ln 
rill* road hl*H king drill* in 
Indiana. 

,\ew York State had at least 
eight tiaffii deeth* aiirlhuie<l 
to the sKvim An Infant died 
of expo*iiie in Heoigts when 
the mercury fell in IJ degiee* 
at Athena. 


A 7n ^ngtaed a good maee 
**Hfaon* lack rh* Mk nf Dormr 
and even fAvuca** mav aot 

aev« n WbM aa FartnAmaa ■ 

*ft kr coawilr* a dorior av •« 
do Rm • uirgeo* I* suialfv pl>*a 
Mi«r«r. and prrfcfs 10 h« w> 
raUad. ahkoeak bt evav kt's 
M n ah«r Im savM Aa Fnflidi 
dcmiM or vrtarmariaa nr rhattm* 
Irv en>^r*w*r n irtdom called 
"Oettm' (vra though ihcv may 
ha** rh# iWgrre nr aaiu* of doc- 
tor conferred bv a univerwh U 
the I'mted Stare* the sord "ghv. 
Hcian~ t« now commoel) applwd 
to OMC Madval Doctor* 

Amiwm, de aW mrttm u h’ • rd x 't 
rSeperPMW •( mtl smimt fW dvee* 
nes> and rrewmoH dn»n«r M 
rkr fM*f ties ef tkm pmwmi $ aer* 
aaeaf pk\ auMn. 


»OIS Getting 

Up Nights 


InsertMl na a p wMtr service by 


McGill 6 OiTm 

pre/criptVon* chemi/ 

>»at ar aaeao aowaiai a* nr** at(!>>(av aart a«a« 

EV- 4 -II 96 EV- 4-2222 EV- 2 -NI 9 I 


In Search of a 
Good hiveslnipnl? 


Thfn >(Hi yyill he yyw lo I'onjirter 
AI,I.-rANADIAN CONfrorNP a 
Mutitbl Fund yyhirh ha* Kained 
over ll8'r In the la.M fifty monthA. 

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Knd your aegrrh by calling at 

GLOKGi: i>vkstwi-:nts 

820 view Street or 
Telephoning KV 4-6731 


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an Ir^fstnimt C«tinw'uw 
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SAMPLE LENGTHS 

Big group of sample length* of quAliiy 
fahru's IS to 3'iyard lengths 


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A sftei lat *e Pi t'on of d'*J oniin*icd •■ar'hPf* n 
rRl.VT.'5 5SD PI. AIN t-OfU'S Regularly p.i.ed 
to 525 'd Here* opportunity knocking now' 

CT F..ABAN<T. 


T.XBI.E 2 

'Privrs AM* n.AlN fl^x'ins • wondeif.jl «e1pc 
lion colorful and a’tiactive Reg to 1 A'< a od 
sto h a worvdetful v*l><e irv our Januaiy even' 

n.» ABAMT. 


I PHOI>TKRV 

viin.h 1 niO| -< ry:RY r.ftrif’S .deni for roi- h 
thinvv* spread* or (01 regtilai iiphn|»teiv Reg 
to RTV \d 

( I.KARAh( »: 


BKTTKK qi AI.ITV KABRK S 

Here • a wonderful rleaianre nf the he'ier fabric* 
including 'he mo*i famou* rmmes Reg ioiA.5>d 

n.r.AR.ANf r 


Reg. to 
yd. 


Reg. tn 

3.»5 >d. 


RKDSPRKADS 

yA’oiider fill tlearai’ie i*t RKI>SPRF!ADS Cl R 
TAIN.<. U NCHF-ON .SKTS. etc A vvondej ful 
choir * 

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or lew* 


SAVE, 

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DKUVERY 


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ny OARTH Wll.TON 

4 tainted band of puck-chav* r« 


Seaftl# 


pota^ 

Behind 1 h* atmtoui foat 
lf*n<Hog of Benilry. th« 
Tn<»ira drCoaied V Iriorta 
Cmifora. W. at Memorial 
Arena lo itreirh their lead In 
the weatern divtiion of i h e 
Weniern Hockey League to 
five poinift 

Beantig Hentlev any lime It 
a lough taek Bearing h l m 


i'nugart were without SUn 
Baliuk, out with a tn)ufy> 
and Don Black bum, wha Kaa 
a biultcd knee Hruce Lea 
and BlU Forhan played their 
lirti garnet and both turned 
in I'lediiahle |er tufmaiit-e* 

UsI WfVv^- «•!•«»« a*lM 

riHk* Kiaa^tw a'«ie»ik. 

IMVOT CMueM MwWlMM. 

Vkrii^a iM«i iMmapi 

M. LMl tMvr a«« M«rPM. tJ-nawh 

*>«a 

letMMM. M«r*w4p« IrtrltMtMa WtM* 
le> 

lUWtw Mw«T>ww. W n ««a*e 

><ae> %*••!» T>^ %rmi9 

e»a««*n 

WVm -rvuMr 

• It 

IVnaaiM tl a« A>*#U It «a 

•etti^o eraHMi 

' «»•■'» -a^*«' It w 

tSn»H.p« aaiMT l»T MrUxt 

»«M« Me r<w« it*r OtvWM I* a 
Milan epaHia 

1 «P*I'M «!»-«•« '» piapr- t u 
rvianlM 4<«ett ttt Ha4 »« Beua 


a hen he k lucky it lmpn*^»t*le 
«p the Cougar* ai>d 30^4 fan* 
leai-ned )a*l nighi 

Bentlev aa*rii |u*l luckv, 
at iirnr* he waa tmlhanl But 
when the Cmtgart had him 
beaten the> either thot the 
pu'k into hi* partp or fueil 
wide of Ihe •<e*Ule goal 

When ihe i ougar* uer* on 
Ihe mtfk Benilev equal 

In the oicaeion. tuining a*tde 
IN drive* 

SO i MAS< K 

Manei Lelleter on the 
other hand didn t ace htn of 
the three gnat* |h«l SealUe 
M'tirert and had no chance on 
the other 

T*Jthfm MrV’le .fired the 
riiat. alklihg the {hk h Inio an 
open net after PeHeiiet had 
made a alidlng *ave on Val Fon 
leyne* *hol Cougar cavmff 
I>ave Rim*tad truule it 3 d m 
ine aecvmd period with a riaing 
game* drive from the hiuelina ifial 
iroiind roughi a lop mmer. 

d wiih miirr..sr.i» shot 

■tailed 

lecnid *hlrd period (Jordle 

inmng * ‘ n r 1 a I r coni»ected on a 
Mieene*! «hot dunog e 5 lrattle 
I I ^•.w^r pUv 

» I tiuvie Fielder the league ■ 

) I lading aroret puked up Iwn 
I «*«■••* making the plav for 
• • .Seattle* fir«i and third gualt 
srARhi.g R 

7 •-*. tMi^,a firat goal Itie pre* 
tie»l of the mghi wa* ihe re 
^ .. ttilr <i| a ppaikiing etforl hv 

► .elite 1 After healing otw rie 
.» ferviemari ha pulled the other 
*‘"****' I <‘>)gar defender lo tme aide 

and taut a pei(e«t pa*« on Foo 
1*1 Pit *•« II . . . .. n . 

aie »ia IB* « >evite« alirk fVIlefier matle 

#»• .*1 .• *aNe hut wa* Out nt p»k 

iM *ip •#> Pt* ( * 11*00 when Ml Vie following 

• I* ••*•*>•*» I a plav. |(v>k the tetaiunO 
MaH>iwi**ei ^ • it w a* loal 

I*} tm w« *'• Ip a/ioirier night of (ru*trattr>n 
”*****'"*" * RKNTfHANfkA 

w* tip ^ II fhiug Maraulev and R'lh* 

' lea had the he*t rhame* m 

let ^ * the fir«r tun period*. hreakO'g nanifi 

•I. - *i. .«! a ^ *’• „ 

til tl* 11 ? I!* *1 oulgueaaed |n the final fw * ■ »•••»> 

' * liml v>oige Fotd fired wide *'i'*f 7 ?«p-** **■ 

ati m55* J!i * *«•* •**<■ „*w 

ceoalOO e»n« H*' 

M M *ei #*i-r T>>e rluht tplM Ihe 10 minor **| 

•* penaliiee handed otil hy re! * 
ati lat «a* ate^ a eree ><-oltv M<>rri*on Onlv *• tv 

4 M Ml a*i iBi -a penalty figured In Ihe iJ7.71."7p i»*^ 

?2? 12* 1?1 ?!i i_ ? arorlng SirKlair getting hla in«*M epame 

goal wMh Jim Ha) *ervlng a 1 

ISaSrJ-'l hnwi.r 


By JIM TANG crucial game today at 12.10 Both Guioakj and Harper Important h> making two 

Onlv thewe nf wIpKi rlnka P Tavlnr of Victoria, alrnoal came a cropper nn hra<itiful draw* hrhlivt a gua>d 

,K tu.- witm Harr) Stlnaker of Alhorni ya^aterday ■ final draw having and fon mg (ioU'*ki to make 

j _ *V Valley and t^ry Merreli of trouble with MarKae and Stir a line *hoi to hold him to one 

imted Duncan all have faint hope* zakei reapei lively, and ihrie (lutonki if*unied two on the 

VRncouver Uwnd (Zon^ II broking even in thetr wat renewed iniere»i ai the nth end ended the game by 

CUrUng flnkla at the Vic* first game* but it ieeiTia poaelbtllty that the co favoiiie* n>aking a rSnihle takeotii with 

toria Curling Club but with hardly tikety that both Gut might boib loae and throw the hi* la*i r«*'k on >he ijih w^n 

three draws left to play in « 4 ki and Harper wUi Itaa two kaule wideopen. UOaoo laymg *wu. 

Ihf rMnd-roWn »r^. It I. oi itw-ir un ihr., ,.mt» „ ^ ^ 

MacRae attd Brock WU Harper made two fine •hot* on ^^s, k** 
either Tony Gulwki* rte* ^,1 N4n4jnwi and Bill Oa the lllh end In cwuni two pi>ighe*t 
fending B.C. rhampinns home of Alberm Valley are hteaking a Ml tie and giving i*ied a 

front Victoria or Glen mathematioally out of conien 

Harper'* Dumin comblna- non. the former two with final end to edge out a 
tion will qualify for the pro- three defeat# and Wllaoci tartih win 
Vincial finala at Vernon four Osbome. however anil 
next month. fiaa to meet ho(h OutoakI and 

Cutnakl and Harper both Harper while MacRae tangle* 
aeon all three game* yeaterday with Guioakt and eilker or 
to remain in a tie for the lead both could prove to be 
dMth 40 reenrda and aef up Ihe apotlera 


KAKAt HI. rakUloa 
tHeuterwI^AIkdol kill, who 
partaef^ Hanlf Mohammad 
Pwrllp^/^Xhl* wpek wheo 
Haalf made hi* world 
fwrnrd rrVa-kei inalag* of 
4ML .dM WaUirdai after 
hetag atrurh over Uve heart 
by a bail 

.bait. 17. waa plavlaf for 
Ihe Hararhl < rtrket A* 
eortaUoa agalaet a *ervWw« 
team. ^aclac off-«p4aacr 
IHMar Ahmed, he *4 epped 
oMt ka Ihe nrih dHKery 
which raae aharply aad 
Mcwk him He colla p aed. 
w a* parried off Ihe field, 
aad waa dead oa arrival al a 
biapHal. 


«n<l 0 *hiM r>e h«<) ’he 
iiu’k The fuimcr 
ihAiue to Slip fhnnia'h 
himaelf enough margin lor the xttt -u Uvnnit** *ni>uwj «iip 

muktn t gri atatled |ri ht* flf>l 
g*me nft ViHoiia he aitd 
Stirzaker » rink battled Gu wa* hea'en. IJ k hy 5ttiixaker 
loekl all Ihe way. grabbing a tJtieri followed an M7 
S3 lead by laying three on ibe twhtiMve and tt>e 16 »ctha<k by 
sixth end and after f<u(v*ki Hert«er 
had gni that hack with four i-m.it neW etiraend 
on Ihe Mtlh. Ihe AJhern. Val Taylor and Meiteli 
ley quartet, tied H up In the Vs.Rae *r 

ninth gtahbed the Mge bv , p,, „f km k .’ould have 
■teaUng the KHh end for a 14 ^ 

lead heading into Ihe lllh. „ 

C AM* THBW4.H 

Buf the Victortana came IX* T^Vr' tf 
ihroitfh with three and me a*. .» %<*.<* f 

•hndlralK ran Mirrakee out of »«•»«.«• 

rock, on the u« end 

If there wa* any tndiraiinn „h.*» , tr*««* 

Virforta High School'i com High School and wdib Haney about the winner in lodav'* .•• •■ «*■».«.*. m>«p 

blnalion of Jim GalUugher. trtmming NoDh Vancouver Guioakl Harper match, and h • ,*T.. 

Le* Brice. Roger Pick and High SchonL 142. li wa* evi- wHnethtng that aeidom me*na i»m •. 

John Balkirh (ailed yeateniay deni that the key game would a thing in curling. II wa* that ^T*...** w* •• 

in Itt attempt to reach the he between the Vktorln and Harper had a much eealer time ® 

BDlUh Columbia High SeWeoi Haney Hnka of H ye*ip»rday than GutMki wm*m. 

final when It couldn't match p ^ 4 ^ 4 battle right down t^tlrig deadly «uppori from M«f>*a »a«w 
rocki with a amooth (oureocne r^ the la*t two end* when Harvey H.idge. Fred Duncan a» e>r 

from Haney a Maple Ridge a|t(p ptll Kennedy, wtu » furled and Lowell Berkey and In fine » 

High School wrond mrk. for Pnnee form h«n*elf Harper •ruUieil J;,*;.*' 

Cnmpetlnc in the regionai f;«orge High School when it Wflaon Ip hla ftrei game. 

playdowna for the right lo go the B.C championahip The DtmCan tmk then inmmwi JliT's. 

lo Pnnre Ghonte for the pro- u*! year pulled away hy sitrraker. 1S4 in anolheraolKl , 

Vln 4 iai final again«i four other 4,.oring two on the ninth end dleptay of cvu-llng hefoie ita u»r*«« 

legionai winners, the Vu-torta in i 4 t(* a 74 lead made ii tough hatlle with MacRee rw*.o iia*e 

Dnk had to he aati.fied with poamv* wr|in iwn more on vmu-ui *• "* 

being ninnerup. winning the ,n* loth for a flnol count of TW««.i*ir. a .»..r 

flr»t and la»t lamet of the t^utoakl. however had o«'>wki 

round robin aenea between Kennedy who ahowad a V»l »rouh*e with both Wllw.n and 
four rone winnee* of poio* M>d ahm making Merretf and hi. gatne. a*«m*i 

Vlctorlo got off to an au* ability wa* perhape the dif Merreti waa much rlo*er than 
pldouB atari wtth a 104 win |*r^o.e but he got the kind Ihe Pnal IM acore indlealed 
over VanrouvOT a King fxlward of aupport from third B*>h Merrett rang up three on .... 4*0 aaae 


Jump Heron! Tumhies 

Wnrid reexird for lite indcKir hli;h )ttmp lopplea ai 
John Thttmn*. Bo* tor rnivrrsity freahman. cleen 
bar at K feel. ll •, inrhea at Knight* of roUimhiia 
meet In BfwToo (iarden laxt night He made If t>n 
third fry FV»»\lou* mark wa* tv-lO'a M!*t in 1%.3 by 
Ken Wcianer -tAP Photofax l 


Haney Crew 
Win Regional 


loet li. to ibe spoke* #• .S«*katoon QuakeT. hottneed 
Spokane can lake (he ie«i) the Ruvai*. 7 ai New We«l- 
again lontghi when lli^ (>Uy mmatef m the ftr*i garne of 
SesMle Amrru-an* in .*waitle (heir wevietn toui 
Stam|<edei* Mho hold five S(amf>Mtrr. ahooling for 
game* in hand ovci the Fl> lw» SI ML f«i»fd* kept a 
er* *ra idle ttungh' cm. pi* nt *iMng* iniatl U.t 

In ia*t night a other |amr rnghi rheir nta>k nf 10 

•'t.ight 4 M*torle* I* only on* 
ahtu 1 Ilf itip irc|iid Iteld by 
Nctt Mc*imm.lr< Koyfi* 

In a'kiitiofi. ivntre Fddt# 
ruu.ilio' Mho got a goal and 
(\»u ***ii«i* («n h** lonaecu- 

• >kc *«<Mi -g g*me* (nlai >0 IK 
Kr«»iiii >* i.1 *et by Barry 
K<>«* of yk mnipeg 
7 , A n.<^c . I imit nt t% kii itifTted 
01 . • <■• « aixarv and mw ona of 
'Jtc tettci Oiawt* of Ihe *eaHtn 
I- t»i»- liunl i»»upt When ll 
H»* vNvr t.ino Rotiaoa nf 
the ‘'larniia anti Ri<n Howell of 
^ ihc I aniok* had maiot peruU- 
**e* ySaw.f* llU'k* o( Calgary 
fi.p^ 4 (THw-nodu* ( and game 
„,f. K*M • j* a*cM »*i mifu*ttnduci and Dan Ret)*le 

n( V arut.user and Don Ward 
>11 etaioe ^ 

^ <4lc*i' hart minor* and 

I I- _ m*'i-h mi-coftdxK’ta 

V» * 41 Si»nk»ne the Spoke* 

OeW«'-^ I ..»»». pj^.^pd tw »«-e In the aei-Otwl pe 

.• u. <•*> M*«a> Ttrrt and held off Ihe Fiver* 

*•’ * 1 * **' .. '*'** way Mak Me 

i*ii kilok M-oted iwiiv and Buddy 

Bralman -nee for .sc,a4t*ne. 

a*M»-w laM**w»* *•»-•• while feffV MeiOV k Bhd Dwi 
4 , IP, I *1 I'ntlp aented ho ►^ImtfOton. 

t r»amo l‘o"l Maamck. an rt Royal. 

aoiiett itiferigoala and had one 

lu I .Mrr^Vaahowav matched that 
f.u New Weawninater. with an 
t a«*i.* and hi* Ihth and Jfkh 

I# » • j! goal* of the wawm 


Calgary Stempeder* tacked 
up their Ihth •traight Weaiein 
Ihe key league yictott ‘*>* 
night iro»jnnng Vancouver 
I'aouck* 7 2. to move into a 
fir at place tt* uilh Fdmoninn 
Fiver* m ih# eaaletp dlv»*ioo 
However the Flyer*, who 


Hockey Summaries 


itm*' 


Two Eliminated 
From Curl-Offs 

KVLOW^A ‘CT* Jnhn 
Brown nf We«ihanli *nd Gor 
don McMinn nf Midway were 
ellminalad Saturday in the 
opening round* of ihe vone S 
provincial >*urUng playoff*. 

Dick Topping of Summer- 
land and FiVmI KItarh nf 
Kelowna were undefeated. 
Final* are scheduled Sunday. 


FAN FARE 


VANCOl’VFR 'SpetUil’ - were among 23 playeia aelect Harry Winiera and t;iaham 
Three Vlrioiia player* have ed for the Utp after a trial Budge of Vamnuver puked 
won place* on a RC all *iar m*»ch here yesterday Burge** the team One more plaver will 
rugby »lde for a month Inog i* a ha*k. Pollard and ilarke. be named wHhin rhe ne«i three 
exhiMUofi lour of Japan forward*. week*, 

Chrla pollard Don Rurge«e A five man committee made sii* atternale* were aUo 
and Peter Clarke, all of ihe up of team manager Dave named iivludjng Lynn I'ailet 
Oak Bay W'anderer*' entry in Markcn/.ie of Victoria and nf ih# Wanderer* Thev 

the Vlclona Rugby Unkm. Kenny Bank*. Bill .Satnua. make live trip only if 

w. ■ “ ■ ' memhet* of the fit*i squad 

w ^ V 'V I are unable to do *o 

lide s Lup Hopes 

^ pla*ing IM* men 

These Intiude barkfielder* 

VV IV 'V^ 1 T)1 I Hriice McFJichern (tenrge 

Handed Kude Blow rj .. 

Vellrh and Del* Vr*n Marten. 

Vanrtiuver Metalnm** placed 
fnut men. forward* Buiu 
Moore who will captain ihe 
cluh peter Grantham and 
Dnug Muir and bach Ken 
stny-er UBC Thunderhird* 
al*o have lour oven on the 
team, lullhack Nell 1 lender 
aun, hatka Max Howe and 
Ted Hunt, and forward Jim 


//iin/, Shoron WliUtaker 
Share Badminton Honors 


i*a,M «««*.•• v*i Cl*'* tea ASM 
rut— A*t>*i*a Im 0«ee**a *e* 

X>.i« C«e»le< M IV it tl 

Wm . 4 nii*lM <Wm *eS 

a.<a a»r*ai«*‘ »••••*»* *‘ wuwa 
•■■a a flu«a»«o 'V* i*-il 

H'aM aee*** Vrtainw ana Seater 

U»e*i iwtrviM fW* 0 *e*»r sea CWaa 
TalM 14 » 14 II t* I* 

(-* (1 «»• 

i«a>*« 4 Mw*ti* iHe»« neainrr *a 4 
Wine*,*.. 4cr*a<ml Jaee 

•..a !•••■•• e*>'u* 1*1 ti-s 

» «r. « a«M*w* *<nie U*Dee*(l ae* 
«acCi.tieali «»i«*i»« a«w* lae 
••a koe *r,MMv*<< 14 1 i* ‘ 

laitMi a«ie*w» berMln areett as* 
ttvie WctJu««a aaiMias Oees Wkar- 
■ m sAa a><j e«««<i 14- ■ II 4 


Canada Five 
Evens Record 


Victoria Crimson Tide* 
hopea of a McKechnte Cup 
rugby title all but went down 
the drain yealerday aa the 
shofihanded city * 1 ^ took a 
24-3 tioundng from Unlveistty 
of HtillBh Columbia Thunder 
Mrda at Macdonald Park 
ll waa the aecond alialght 
defeat for Ihe Tlda in Ihe 
three-team, home - and • home 
compelltlon Only hop# for the 
Tide now Iiae la wlnolng hniti 
hi remaining gunwo- i>en 


SANTIAGO Chile fCPl— 
Canada defeated Mexico S4 31 
Saturday night to aquare 
their record al M In the pre 
Itmlnary round# of the world 
baaketball loumaiaeni 

The Canadian team, built 
arourtd Vancouver Rllera. loal 
It* opening malrh 0h-&2 to 
Brazil and meeti the highly 
rated Ruaatan team hi Ka 
third preliminary game. 

The trolled BUtea. with 
Ruaaia cn fevorHo. wea Ka 
aernnd etralghi game hy do- 
faatlng Noflonollat ChiM |l 
72 

In other game*. Puerto 
Rico ddboMi Uruguay 7144 
while Argentina defeated the 
Untied Arab Repubilea fS-S2. 
Ruaaia defeated Brazil 7244 
for Ka aeracid airtight tri- 
umph. enough to assure entry 
Info the final round. Bulgaria 
defeated iKa phUUppiMa 1241. 


Young Skier* 
H^al Menace 
To (rrniulmn 


tail-** ««•*«•• #«>**■ aaiM* ••* 
*•>••■»« iose a**ea 
•A* ilN k»th I 4-4 < 4-4 

Mm> » 4 iAe>l»» M VW<-«*r«MB 4*4 
Om>»« !«*• a»l**W 4 OOM *M 

*»• twwaw* *14 14-11. ten 
VI «M( <AM>hl OmW** e«la>MI 4 AS 
t«w* Sfin* M>a ow 

u*c<«>ap*at* ti ir 14 . fl 


Games Tickets 
I Going Quickly 


VnCNNA lAP) Mr*. 
Aooa AodreWn, ai TO Aoa- 
trla** ^ aad probably the 
4»wrM** — o Meal bcttvr *(it 
enWioolaai. N la a Koa pH el 
wHk a brain c wwrwwt o n But 
aha vnwa they ran’t keep a 
giMid *pnrt*wf«*4ao dowa. 

Mra. AadreUen aaffered 
her laiary on a nearby 
Mope. t«he wiM- **Haeae 
yo4iag and inrvporleace d 
Miter humped Into me. Rat 
ri he bark on akU aa anon 


Iwn |anm. which wouU 1 Olymple Gamea hen 
Wave ■ imee-way He. mnntha array, requ 

Vtctnrta waa mtaafng 10 tleheta are "pourtng 
re gu la re from yeaiarday'a thmiaande.* The iti 
game Seven were in the trial itonal Olympic comm 
match In Vancouver and three yUturdey requesU an 
rnttre out with injune* in from all over Ihe < 

UBC rolled to a 120 lead In the game* here Aug 
the flret half, although terD 11. l«di> Four mtllk 
torlal play waa fairly aqdal for the ajn event# or 
Sam Paltenoa erorad (or Vk gram wiU be prtnteiL 


Baskrtliall Scores 


Kvargreen Conference. 
Pai'irtc I.A(theran M. Wblt- 
w«Mih Vt 

Ra*tern W'aahington TT. Ce«i- 
Iral Washington 4.V 
W e e 1 e r n Washington M. 
L'nlveraity of RC. S&> 


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th# ArcHllrctural Ituititui* 

mt RC 

^'4>nir»rtiir» attd rMl 
(‘nmpantM tiy lo l«b u nuiny 
Iota In tt># arM aa poaalbte aa 
wall aa try lo tai aa cnurh floor 
•pacr on rach lot aa they can * 


"Bui lh»fo wUl-b» aaofo 4iu». 
fliailon thw yoor than evar ba> 
lor*, not only In VirtorU b*it 
all acrnas I’anada “ aaMf Mr. 
Hawkaa 

i *i atrco alth him.'* cMr. 
Roaaoni aaid Donald Waff. 


loy a afKtkaaman for lit# Vk> 
loria Ruildlnt Induitrtaa Ea> 
rhanir 

Mr. Hawkoa and Mr. Yardlry 
hoih i'Ulmad Ihrre la Iraa 
duplication here amooK houara 
In aulMllvtplona than in othar 
Canadun dUaa. 


II# alao Mill lha arailwue 
nuallly id Vicioiia la bHna 
rulniKl hy ' badly dcalirwHj and 
ataimlypcd hnmca In aub> 
divtalOMt ** 

’ Sub-dtviHHina air buiM <n 
III! a nrod** Mid William Yard* 


Kiitosi Roaaeit mad# I hr claim 
that many naH Iuiuma arr hr- 
Inf ruirvrd by bad drvlfning 
and laid ihr blamr at thr d«N»r 
of "•pTt ulaiora' building 
houara without i'onaultiMg an 
arrhllrtd. 


*'!( rvriy hou»r bad la br 
an'hitrcturaily draignrd. only 
pi idrMtnnal mrn wuuld hr able 
lo own Ihrtr own hoiTtr ” Mid 
Pouglaa T. liawkra, nwnrr a( 
a Virnriiia iral aaiair firm. 
.Soulhrin Rh«)drala arrhiirrt 


Vliioitaa t*r« « 4 lb-dlvlaHma 
may hr diab ami monoimuMia 
hut Mould mat loo much to 
build any other uay Vlctniia 
butidrra and real rgialr mrn 
aald >ri<itrrday. 

And Ihr aiiuaiinn Mill fr| 
'’Miuar.'* II wa* foircial. 


(ErtTABUSHTJ! IIM) 


SECOM) >EWS SEtn'lON 


VUnoRlA. KKIIISII roi.lMlUA. SIAHAY, JAM'ARY 18, 19.Y9 


Shopiter* to Be Askctl lo Sifi 


\ trimia could both krrp Ihr 
toaikri aud build an audl- 
l••Mllm rhrapiv bv putting a 
irlnlnri-rd «t»Orrrlr roof abovr 
Ihr markrt «talU Thr lop 
half of ilta tall building would 
make an tdral auditorium 
Miih half an acre of floor 
Mpair Mr Randy (laimrd. 


' Hrfoir ('ll) loundl r\rn 
iMoMdri* piilhng *tu« tutilduig 
6u^n ihry •Mould havr a •iir« 
vry madr by a i •►nii"*inU, 
«Mit»idr nik:ani/ation ' hr latd 
* ti moiiM oniv MMi a (aw 
IhoiiMml dollar* at m*Hii but it 
« Muld Mvr loaing mlltion* ' 


Khopprft In Vkiniia't public 
markrt on Kiagard Saturday 
loitrning will far a«krd lo 
atgn a priitlon talUng for 
prr*rrvaiton of thr 44 yrar-«M 
Inatilulkm 

Attlllo Randy. Ihr la* I 
anginal xallholder Irfi In thr 


maikrt. Mid laai night lur 
prlMlon will hr pir^wiird dut 
mg Ihr wrrk artd pla«'rd 
piominrnlly inaidr Ihr markrt. 

A rough draft of the petition 
drariihra thr markrt aa a 
laigr lAurm attiarilon and 
an ixittri for IfMalh giuwn 
pi oducr 


Landau Best Cailets 
Get A ward Friday 

Knyal C'aMdMn \ir r«drf *duadro« N’o. HR will 
bn pmarnfrd wilh thr RrAK AMoriAtioa trophy. 
Krkk>. duriag m pnrwdr ai Work PoiwI bwrrarkv 
al K p.m. 

Thr Irophy K awardrd anauady lo thr w^wad- 
row "aaar«*H aa (hr moat proflrinal ia C^aada.** 


Hold It Siton 
Sni trail Vrtie 


Three VBl* xfudentit from 
Sidney ynalerday called for 
more gmemmeni grants to 
the univeiuty In an open 
letter to Saanich Ml Jk John 
Ti'klalle 

'Wr haw wflMrn Iht* Irtlrt 
bn< wr frri lliai ihr tir ' 

gen.-) nf itil* mallrr «k^rrvra 
thr attrntKm of Ihr Irgi'la 
(i.ir fn thr nr*i •c**»**o ' tbry 
a\‘ 

Thr Irilrr ugurd t>s P li 
dll Trmf*lr Ridwrt M John 
von and Otarir* M Johnson 
- "ifu fraatng prrasurr ‘ I* 

hrmg brought Mimn iimverally 
board of govrtmna i«> ’ iirgntl 
air a ■uhslaniial in>rr«ir’ In 
• UMlMlt (iw* 

"A* •Imleiiia wr do rvH wi*h 
to im|il) that all financial 
irrpiinalNIii) «houM br Irll 
snlrh lo Ihr govrrrmmt 

i(w| thr aiudmta ahmiM 
•hnuklri aa much of thr 11 
nanrial rrapon"ihilU) a* ihr> 
arr rapahir nf doing 

Thr> added A •mall in 
rrra*r. prrhap* of I.V», (»n(ild 
not hr •Mil of rea*on 'Hew* 
r>rr< ibr mcrra*ra prramll) 
atiggratrd arr much In r»rr*s 
••( thta amounl.’ and wouM 
krep (rtiMirni* wiiih llmilrd 
fund* '(nil ol unKrtalty ai 


ork haa •iSfird on wharvry lighfmg of ')<m 

ai Mill Bay and PairkU BaV imditkauil greeting, 
to- han^ drlirrry of I75.is*t _ 
mil* nf giasrl rrquitrd for Ihr 

irhuiMmg (if Ihr main runway titi 

at Patricia Bay Altpori l»f« 

Thr gravel la to b* dHivrrrd ■ 

at Oy lafr pf .1000 Iona pri 

da) fiom a nrwly.«pmrd pit ■ 'W 

» r«f Mill Ray. aivt will hr 

(inikpilrd nn an port propniA I fl ■ 

ai ilir mrnrt nf Wral Saantrll 
n<iad and Wlllingdnn Rnad 

r.ARI.> HpRI^M. WTART PIM AN .North < o« 

Priini Pacific lAd, conirar council has auiborl^d if 
tor for Ibr |ob. haa alteody of MOO.ono of abort term 
movrd in more than |l,0(g),0n0 aa provided by a SMSiitg) road on 
worth of heavy equipment, tMilldlng bylaw auihoii/rd h> ^ 
whkh I* being overhauled In the iairpa>ria U*i yeai ^ 
pirtiaiatlnn fiir an eatlv spring 
aiart. Ahoiil 300 mrti will hr 
ril 

II I* our pnIti'V la hue aa 
many men (orally aa poaaiblr " 

) •aid Harvey Rlair aiiprilntm 
' dent nf Ihr ptnlri't "At thr 
moat wr will hrliig In in hrv 
men fiiim niitaidr' 

.laa TRK RIOADa 

It la ralimaird that -KIO othet 
iMiihkuida per day will 
lequiird to mnvr thr gtavrl fuiuir 
finm the ihore In the >ob allr 
An aaphali mixing machirtr. 
with a peak pimluctive rapa 
Illy of l.fVlO Inn* per day. will 
hr Inalallrd. and hrinre Ihr |oh 
I* done II will have mixed 
T'liVRi Iona nf aaphali with the 
giavei 


CANARY JUDT.K TKLL .MnU-f:ST>:iN 
, . . rangnex Imitate tKelr ownei* 


Canaries Warble 
In Master ^s Accent 


,unan GAVit^ f '»i mer* ng of t.APYSMDTH ~ Sebonf Dio 
# Mir Ihr year of thr boatd nf >ait met CT. Ladyamllh •cb«M 
bond* Spring Srheol Pivttut wa< held beard chairman Alexa n did F 
Tburaday. The hoard haa xmith. named his commRteea 
i«pw mcmhri lltl* yrai. (m 19M at a flrat 19M meet- 
t. .S Mumphtvya uf ing heir 
lyr* Suteilrv. rliaiiman H- J. 

A |t iMiir ifuaire lium Kul ^.^lw•lda. R G t-TtandiriUiv 

Mtllatd. building and 

hia thud giwunda. W i Sraton, Millard, 

I t'hrtnhrriln. finance Millard. 
Ihr fitwBid*. Percy Wlllcox; trana- 
Item nf tiu*ine*a and will portaium Chamberlin. Millard. 

health. Mra. Jamra 

if ihe drpaitment of education Rurknm f*hamberlin; traebrr 

hiring. Sraton Mrs. Ructoor; 
iimmrr the bitaid pir p<iirha*tnf. Wllkrox Chamher> 
rrfrtrudum toiallmg ppfWHtnel and piibllr rela- 

K 4 lwarda ITtamberlln 
and Mrs Buckner 


ihtuugh Ihr puithase ul lat«t fmd HhiImm w 4 * rrebsicd B. • 
fiiMh W W and M Hi «» h>* at* lamalnm (*•» 

(‘ouncilliH rmiy hiapir* irim a* biard chairman 
ankrd IlStVir wa* any |"*« Hie Muagri waa 

aibilliy of ^am|ia Rnad faru g main 

rxlriMlnl even fuilhri lo enn hr •ubmttird for Ihr approval Mwards 
nrcl Ijake* Rnad with Ma/e’i n 
Rnad 1‘ouiMil waa informed ra.lv in KebMiaiy 
ihl* would mean |K»»rhaar of Lr»i •« 
ptivata piopeti) and parid a 

be *ould ba a (Hidtlrm f«« 'ibr lo ptmidr uignil .apt nona 

lai i«H|iiiirment« <nr« ifw di* 
a ^ni (luitiig the next three 

fbe annual 
Junlof Drams Fr*i»val will hr 
twM III the Krrlngton War 
Memorial hall March It. JO 
31 Held utvder the au*pK*a of 
t'ommunlty Progiam* 

Rianeh depniimmi uf eduia 
tion. and aponantrd by E fi 
A Player* diama club, ihr 
feafival i* open lo both ale 
mrntaiy snd high *'h<w»I age 
gioup* 


Awarfl 

dinners 


Kr*l bttit m the *h«*w I* Right mrM*her* nf the 
nwitrd by Vntoiia iOU|4r Mi (treafer \l**i4»rbi 1 rnleoMial 

and -Mi* lr>ottard II .'Akel- i iHomltter. who were awar- 

Mhv (if l<*^3 fiiangr «trd merti award «rrtlflca 4 ea 

l-rMav night, wear Inadvrr 
umllv ununHlrd Inmi the IKt 
puMlahed yesterday 

( Med for -Ihetr grwerou* 

d f I ^ • 1 a**l*tanrr and wholehearted 

I V*l O I m-operatlon In making the 

J[ I Ictl rmlewnlal year such a *«e- 

or**'* were' 

r-w^ a a t (Win W. h. A. Barclay. 

if^fT I t*| <1 I ^ * < urtt*. Reeve 

1 1 w III I ttnnrgr Miirdtwh. ( nun. I.. H. 

Passnnwe, 4M. H It Ram 
say. AM. Mr* Illy W'lUun. 
MoiHlay morning Tlir otlgmal t|a)«r f. M. Maclastd. and 
charge agalnsf him la falling |j^l 4 , yia<-FBvdm. 
to *lgn«| a luiii , . 


KRRfNGTON Island 
rndrr ihr Start.** a aound- 
.tiktr produrtl«» ptodoerd and 
dire, led bv John L t>t|«od 
nf VelliiW Polni will hr pro- 
•enied at the Rirlnglnn W«r 
M*nnorial Hall March IS, 
undet spunwoship of the EDA 
Playeta drama rluh. Thr film- 
ing wa* door in Nanaimo and 
Ihr mid Island rrgioii and fra- 
liirra the Yellow Point Dratna 
Grtwip. and many other local 
arii*i*. in a *»ory that ' pro- 
vklr* first clasa family roter- 
jainmrnt 


(,AN*.l. Re-eliHteft for a 
•Tismd leim at (hr annual 
meeling held Ml i.angea thia 
wrrk, Ren C. (IreenhOMgh la 
sgairi prr«lileni of thr Salt 
Spring Island biauch n nf 
Ihr v'anadUM Legion 

AImi ireircteil fur ahiilher 
>rai weir Jrtm K .si«ttd). 
Ill*l vice prv 9 Ulent ami Many 


waa L shaped unlll M, M.m A man who failed to apiwa. 
teiili hiulght one •niliih some in an*wri to a chaigr in city 
13 vrai* ago The |wrt o| the pnlire court early Ihl* munlh 
.r., min, or,.. B.«n 
.vttcri wa* bought srparalrly 

hy (hr r Kalon I'a. vrs.erdav morning whm hi* 

name wa* called lo answer a 
II* I *rcond charge, of falling In 

(*ai> ((iHlicif* 

__ Hut Ronald S Wi^si. nf M|% 

iLfSItllin lilirt * Pory--RtyrH» arrived in -dve 

WUnidll 1 1111 I aftrrwaida in 

Mr* Katberlnr Rrrrv 80 of anawrr tlir charge 
4«3 Grafton waa ireatrd for He waa b*|d ihai T P 
^ ^ h«.i— • *1 SI O'^lrarty. city proarcuiw. had 

•' .ppllrd In. . ...mmon. foP 

jfMTpha lloxptui rartv vr*tei ^ arrvst. and It wsniki hr 

day following a lwo«ar i-olli iM«ird inmonow morning 
•liiu at the lntei*r«ilnn nf West wa* advised In 

Wharf and Yaira Ritreis. siwak to rouit offtriaU r^> 


MC A e. r*- NANAIMO Chaitmrn of 

... ^ .p », p„rt. 

p..mlrP Cupim, IP 

.... Wlllton. tup.pn.1. 

^ 'Jl" '.^T. M-..I of .h» » 1 vlr .ft.T.o 

W F '"’r'"*'* h,,,..., Floyd W.foor. r«.IF 

TpT’.T.’I.I.p, i ffo’.^ O"'"'*'' 

A P. u lattwrignt. t Hmai. 

A L. CampbeliA W Bathe, 

S,.dl.y.^» Vhreodo, fln.nr.:..od 

B,adlryand\% Mailev. lluxlaWr. public rela- 

* * * iHifi* and entmainmmt. 

Pl’Nl'AN fiiunrifllor D t’ O * * 

Morton rrpurtrd lo main C'ow .PAMPBf'XL RfVER A tie 
k han emincil thai a art of lal of lOM buildi ng ly rmita for 
aiepa la provkk accras lo work valued at SnS.ITTO, wrra 
popular Chrmatnua Beach la Uaued hrrr last year. B. P. 
mm rompirtr rxi'ept for Ihr i’avr. bulMing livaprrtor. rr- 
provutun af handhokla at thr porird ii the Inaugural 18^ 
■rwira, vtllagr commusion mreting. 


Desperate Mother Travels Miles 
To Feed Her Hungry Children 


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