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26 PAGES 


VMTORIA, BRITISH COIAMBIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1939 


No. 35 — lOUt YEAR 


urn ^piurge rg 
For Royalty— MP 


OTTAIWA (Cr)-A»e*U C«ro«. UfcertI MP 
imr HmB. Qur.. nlM tm tli» tb waUN 

duriRt (|iNVR Klliabrtli** vWt to CarmU 

H* 4M Ml MtUMU tliAl Hi# K^erRmMl 
b«t mM C^RMltoM m\%ki Ml »rr#pl ‘>>acK#rAtod 
MpMMR A Hai# Af rarAMtoA.** 


More Than $2,000,000 
Hisrher Than 1957 


Biggpst single revenue producer for the provincial gov- 
ernment during the last fiscal year was the five per cent 
soc'ial security sales tax w hich soared to a new record of $87,- 
244,382, more than $2,000,000 higher than In 1957. 

Motor (u«>l «od fu#l oU taxo« 
n^hrJKl S/7 175 J37 » prop ■ 

(an#* $SIA7.790 9fi and 
motor vohk’lr lk»nr»« and 
prrmiu hnmght in $14 tiiri I 
$519 fA acrofdmc <o Public i 
Acrounl* irlca*cd >c*»«tlay 
tn tha legislature 
9IA.nA.ilA VKItMID 

(In 'he espendltiii* ii'te • 
tlVMIlDiAii lecnrd 
•et b> the building and main- 
(ei)sn>e of hlghM4>s <<uid« 
bridge* feiiie* d*>»K« and 
wharves 

AHhough rentennial reiehca 
lion* had hardly goiien under 
way by the et«d of the la*t 
fiscal veaf Malth .71 
$17971(9177 had alreadv been 
CRpendetl on i-eniennial cele 
biatlon* 

tiR«!S'THlN 9II» 

.Service* and gianialnaid 
for hoapllala <<>•• 'he guvem 
ment $1H.«M4.4.73.A1 and opeia 
(ton of mental hoapUala an- 
oti.er $I2.C35.M7J0 

Paifca beache* and rerrea 
(ton aiea development mat 
&.'\VI.473JI4 PuUr* pnMecit'm 
emt $1,712,799.73. and law 
enforremeni another $1 449 
5C7.4C i'orr«nlAe of luvenil* 
dennquenia coat $2.0(2.190 93 
Afvl of Other offendera 
|An9R.7l(CS 
Ain TO A(i».D 

The pmvtndat goveintneMt 
apeni $17047.547 13 on atd to 
the aged and $990(1173 49 on 
ao< tat a*«l«lanre t*hlld wei 

fai* mat C.295.T77 40 

Soma $47,000 f»t). an inrrea*e 
of nearly $4.00Ogiai over 19ST 
waa paid in grani* aid* ar»d A reoi-gatii/Alion Of thi provincial oepanmern »• 

aervhe* for achonia operated and wplfire And menial health aerviCAt AAt 

bv lora! aufhoritte* and an Speei'h from the Throne read by 

I other lb«»T71l to univeraMle*. . »> Uwia- 

college* arvd normal arho>>t* 1 jeotenant-Ciovemor trank Ron* it >e*teroay 

nr.AT B9;TliiiC7irNT lature opening. . . „ 

The govermneni apent $70 ThP move. Ilrat piedu-ied In /,^,7Tata*I71rm*be mod* 

172 000 on deht retirement and The Dailv Colon.at Jan l.- alU " Victoria a new 

I III 020.707 on grama m a.d f„r a new department of health JV The Coionlai «*id 

of loraj government Subaidv .^rvi<e« and hoapHal mauranre ^ Jong awaited 

paid to the Ton Highwav* and .-omhine aervue* now I t! 000 000 ■ court 

^ BMdge. Authority wa. IM77.. nv mental »**••'*' 

j 191 compared to $A7.‘ .77 in „.,uce* under the provlfwial , winter wmk 

aecreiaiv with ihe h,„ completion will 

Total gt.M* evpervdiiure wa* h,,n,h and hoapital in*uianre '' 

* $7.1 .7113 7M. 74 and gma* rev now umler the health ^ J"*. 

enue w» (TTi 1.74719 with wellate deparlmeni waaVlually wrilien bv 

monev frnm the .urreol The welfare branrh will now a-nn^i and ouil»n*a 

arrount revenue eurplu* tier ome a «eparate department P'«nler Be net 
h a. .mint and raiHtal arrount .... 4 onUnwed •• Pw* • 


Rrili*li (*olumbiAAa draak St.dOO.OBO mora 
liquor IaaI >ear thaa thev did Ui IM*. 

Sale lk|t»or ia R.C. for flacal >e«r eadiAK 
March SI. 1S58, brought SJ®,RSS,50 j. 4I to lha 
provmm'ft roA»4>H<lAled revenue fuad. pablie aa> 
eouRt* •honed yeolerday. 

It naa up Aemriy **,M>00.mAl fr«4n IM7 nhoA 

reveAue **A* 

lirun* hquor vale* to the publie amoualed to 
S4M.SS'MS7.95 aad to lieeneee*. *t«.'J57.!>6i.4S. for 
a total of fifS.nW.IO.7 4S. 


Portfolio for Bruch? 


(’-cremonv Coes On, Rain or Not 


atation. Rravinc rain '•'tth ItoutenAill-govamor ara, froni toft, 
aidra U -Cmdr. J. C Davtoa. Brig. John Adam. Mr* Rona, Wing 
Cmdr. J, D. D. Campball and RCMP In^iecior T. A. Horn. 


gtandtiv In tha rain duiv« raiemo nto a opaning the tatfalaiura 
yMtordo'. Ltoutenanl-Govpmor Frink Roaa. third from righU 
Ukea aahJta from tha RCAF guard of honor from Como* RC*AF 


CB(' Ultimatum 


MONTBKAL tfPt — Tha 
nod Cac Thuraday 


publicly 

i^f^i f*'» muthly I Jon of tia Mont 
real emplo>ee* aiippnrting ih#^ 
mM televHaion producer*' etrikethe 

/jOb^ rhotc* of returning to work or 

loAing ihetr )«iha. 

OTTAWA If’P' — Prim* The ultimatum waa con 
Miniaier Dtofenbaker Thur* lairM^I in letteia *ent lo ail 
(ay fold labor that H "ran'l Maff member* who hav* not 
hav* II both waya.” Uetogaie* reported for woik aince the 

of Ihe ('anaduin Labor (.'on Monireal prodmera walked off 

great had ttked him for In- Ihelr >ube Dor » to bock do 
areoaed fovernmeni *oclal mahd* for rerognmon of ihetr 
•mHtv m*o*ure. and reduced newly hfroed Aaaoriatkm dee 

Realieateuia •(7*L> aa hei 
gaming agent 

t'mpnratUMi ofU.iala told a 
pie«* conferetKO laie Thuraday q^puiy chief 
Ihe CBC will atart hiring per mar^Jre*p4on 
aonnel to fill vacarese* ereoted fled to the V 

by ihnoe who do not return lo , he ha* 

* auihorltto* he 

WerlC. fniintal MlUAfl 


LT.OOL. DOMBROWSKl 


WASlIINfiTON M*P1. De 
feme Veretery Nell H Me 
Elroy void Thui*da> that Ru* 
•ta doe* not have an inter 
r-nnlirvenial halllath ml**tle li 
could fire agam«i the Tnlted 
Stale*. 


Lipstick 

Tax 

^UnfaiF 


f anrtmver*$ JoWea* 
To Mfirrh on I itiorM 

(Page 5l 


Fishboal Turns Away 
From Drowning Woman 


Hiittien Hai Holfh 
LoiH B fir .WrWa 
(Page 13l 


Here’s Where New Breakwater Will Rise This Year 

tor both o*m-r. of muH bo.1. .nrt «m.ll cr»ft u-tng 0.k B.y Bn«thn««. '•nili U * 

r*n» with Otl»»t .nnouncmml l»»l *rr«l thinf tor imMlI bo«l o«i»r«. ul>1 Rr«# 

it $200 000 Aid ba ipeiit thU vear on f>orge Murdoch, “and atoo for our aeauall which 

lend hr^kwaier. to extend mout' of way get* knocked around In Ihme aoulheaft^gato. Tha 

Oak Bay aawthora and Mary Tod Uladd. gmemment haa bean very generou*. (CokmiM 

[or haa kmg beea aought aa aheUtr for photo.) 


WrST VAN<W>IVER (CP)— A wumaa wao 
drawaed hefaru kelp eotiM reach her la Weal Bay 
Tbarwlay. 

Dead hi Mr*. Itora(k> Wvadliam, IML 
R. H. Perga*«Mi mid he kalM a pawdag fUb- 
boaf after ba apottod Mr*. Wyadham abaat M 
ysr* affabare. ewtmmlag aad eaiiag far kelp Ha 
Mid tba flnbbTrat veered to toward abara. tbea 
lanMM aad apad away. 
















NO MONEY 
DOWN 


leer Prisoner 


off 

»aii( tu f»v 

lum. *uiW<*Mh »IWMii0«l; roi:- fi"m tli# <row4 
i 4 m Hi fh* Rofnaf' tVf^rM* : 

(ittMmAl th» inbunal'- out^otiiy tw uy 
('Afrifd •njf IU»n«'o In 

<«WM Ilk# 

on at t* in Urxmlv (<m*v 

I «m mnr but tfi** mi»un*l ovruuia-a 
. ^ rontennofi and tho CTt**d 

««M robalo aIm h«J Uiuut«si it* «pprot>Al. 


HAVANA, f^tb* »AP»- A 
mmd of fnoro fh<n iSflon tha tow.l tJid 
>'>tb«n« k^huitl #4 jaorrtl «nd hrai 
hooictl At th» flihi ajiarmy 
offtcoi btourbl Into HAVbn* • S<^ W*nfO lotil 

•p.in* AtAdlom 1««# r»i*l»y for he mrrtHy 

ouhiM- ti*Al on woivume* ordat* of hi* mthury tuiwtHti* 

vJiaigr* »n ’* "*** 

M#i Jr-»u* >••** Bunco, for clamrocy.” h»_J 'ro^ 
mer miiiiATN «vmin«nd»r Al * man of honor. 


With G. E. Morlimor^ 


CAM-TY hol!^ in rar^ %i‘ouM save 70 per rent of 
^ the Uvea that are loat Ui hichna> a<-ui^loj aaya 


rraa— «M* •••** etM«lMM 

so MONK^ IIOWN 


Holtfiiln. OrVfiie provkoo* U 


ti I T ra'. s ' ivei 

He thlnk< that hafcty betti tn cars ouithf (o bo 
cofTUKilaory by law. 

It ten't Itecauae he w«nt« to tell safety belts, 
he ln«»lats He dor%n‘t mind v hero people buy their 
betlx. as NmK as lhe\ buy them 

ReMearrh by Konl Motor (o. sh«»we<l ron* 
dUMNely that safety ta»H* saved many liv. Now 
belts art optional equipment In all Ford csra. Hut 
the {hjIiHt b Itidlflrrent to them 

As Mr. Ihunanore see* it, the safety l>eli to a 
tlfcaaver In two 

1 . If you CO into a dangenai* skhl or take a 
aharp tum. the belt holds >og In place, stupa you 
from being thrown away from the sleennK wheel 
and loftinc nmlrol. 

'J. If you do cra.sh. belt* prevent you from 
lielnt Ihiown fonaard. They reduce the chance of 
Injury 

With the t>i>e of liell that around yiair 
mid— ection, >our bctid and shouhiera itUI might 
slump forward when e c<ir roniea to a auddrn stop 
Hut \our rhaivoea of Iteinc hurt are far leas than 
If v*Hi were rattling anaind !;i^*se in the '•ar. 

1 Tie fnr-t effr<-tlse Kuvl of «f«dy belt, says 
Mr. l\“‘sniore. to the »h<»ulder hanies.* But any 
mmpetently made safety belt is good Many garage* 
will tmlall hetU (or upwaid 

^Ir went to the provlmial gmem- 

irent and ined to persuade them to equip pn>- 
vin« cars with safety belt*. Six monthe lai< -. the 
cosrmmrnt decided to do If Mr Pa*Tf>ore put In 
a bid fr- uij>7’ : ‘^C the Ivlts . 

The go v ernment reieeted hto hid hnught Its 
hells for 10 each clnuper vn an nntano 

firm. But Mr ra-smore .'mT i-omplaming He says 
he was glad to see the belts go In. regardless uf who 
an W them. ,, . 

i. ' Mi - •’ •- -• lU 

Just acquireit i new • ir. and la having a licit put In 

He normally doesn't fs-Ien the hetl ".hen he 
Is JogRing around town. «»nlv senire* it when he 
lake* to the highway 

The viHing Pa^*more«. Rov. M. and hawn. 9 . 
enim- wearing belts H makes them feel as U they 
are In a rariruf ear or a plane 

• It s more or lew a came with them. «ya 
Bnp'e Pa*:*niore. '•afety hell plugger. 


RMAU. CARS 


on iKnn - , 

crime* "then l aqi a ortminal " faw*r« a qu«k windup at the 


] 111 c <intutM'it> with i 'luan 

: legal proce<t«re. .stiaa Htoni'u 
t«A« not aakefl lo ple «4 guMiy 
' or Innokwnt Bui wi»eo he ’• 
ask«Hj to Add-- »he trtiuinal 


CARL .SW 1 T 7 .KR 
, . murdet coaiplautt 


MAi RICK RrtddCK 
, . • rituea of >e«r 


FRIDAY and SATURDAY 


A H'ida Retecll«>a From Our 
Regular RtoHi 

UDItr STONE RINGS 
GENTS' STONE RINGS 


I,adtoa’ and ileala*^ 

tiruea. WUtaauer. Butova. I.aag t aea 


PeGer Tripe eniered the aerond 
rtf ■■•teeplesa mar* 

ilu*n" !r aw attempt to *ei a 
record of hour* without 
NKW VVT-JmtIN>m:R •venaralnap 
Pane* ara Oylwf to trace ihe • • * 

f4mily of f*eret«al AM»eH. 55 . nirKNIIAflEN Aao*Gm 
4 recluae who »a* found dead v|ii.n>Mi paid a turpHae rail 
Thuradav In hU trash filled qd Daniah rrewOec Man* C 
«|iartment. He had about tiT. Mawsea for ar. hour* talk 
•mo In a har»k a»- -. int and tfvat waa »hro»Kled »r *ecrary 
held tmo ta a VO.nni) motel. a * * 

• * • ?:BN0N A E. ttorriah of 

ttOIXYWCXJOa- Hr%. Hah niiver wa* reelected Thijra- 
wall Power, widow of Tyrowa for hi* ninth term aa 

prawMenl of the EC. Fruit 
<;.---iera' AMte-iaUon. 


ii'mste lo return lo l>i« oa 
live ii£i> ti; apend Ihe :-'*t ol 
bi* da) a 


1 . KNMMJRAO MMU 
Ekrw«.hibr« 4i.ived here on a 
tuipriae l*lp from Moecow 
and confeic^ wdth * • 

Fuim*li Fr am lde n t I rh* hek- 
kowe*i ••pinhtofn* of the m- 
lemer ai •iiuauon ' 


JlOlJ.VWtXlD l»*e dl*ltM 

• tiMi»>e> • rtffke J»** dec»dr»i 

lo »*4a# a mur^* .v-..-iipUinl 
in Iiie death of ioH lAlfalfal 
rialtorr. «>* (a«ed mem 
tier **f Ihe ’Oui <.4»., movie 
•ei.r:: • ‘ ‘ , drain m a row 

o>er a |Ta* drUt. . _ 

* • • r'nkir-e'lev Tyiwoe 

H »R' 'N l O aUwrWw Ewd * *wT 

dirk, the >< "f to 

’ip: "’ll N- ha* heet. ,r‘aiy HMWe* Erwrker ha* 

ne^l r*0»da* Cm^e.i of t*r e»te«ajjm of II'# 

iVa In a T ioto poll draft to help meet Ihe three! 

e e • ,.f Korea like wart which he 

MnSTVSAN^t toaah ♦A?'* «*id weuM roounue far yren 
All pending rharge* O e * 

keen dwru'-wed. fleaiir^g aw»> VANtT)lTFR An eall 

• • ■'-rr ha/iler In U»e attempt „: 4 ied Sl'JS.OOn w(|l go in Ihe 

of loovir'ert ala-k.-. tlwlda HilU«h CnIumMa dlvlalrwi nf 
Urwwd 7»>earold Glate pcis«n Canadian Cancer snrtely 

fkom the eetale of tong 


DiNNERWARE-;?::;:j::risr,«e. . 

(ir.NTR' Cl FT UNKA AND TIE BARA— 

riTXTKIC HHAVFJW— R»®aL Butova, Vhtok. Ruafcram, Beutrau 
PAKKFJl »l FENB 


Tinlay’s Events 

A S .Seer* pceeldent of Ihe 
National Salea Eaerullvea' Ae 
aectaiton. I* gueai apeeher at 
a combined meeting ef the 
VWdeHa dale* EaariiGIvee* 
f-htb and the ( ap«twl ( Ny 
« muwwrriel <luk at noon 
Pacific Oub . . . “Hectic Yeaia 
of Tranaittoo tn the Republic 
of CokKnhu.'* deombed for 
V M erto IJwoa by Rev Emeet 
Fowler at aeon, EiwpieM 


PHONE E\* MUl 


19 M DOI OIJUI STREET (BeuBaH BMg.) 


Janttnrv -'1 I* tb^ II.mv*fownPfw IMh anni- 
venuir' The five original TTiemher* „ V 

tion VrvMi. f>off Venab:r=. ^to 
>«it ;ill ami Bill Brtttcn. have hoen toccther ail that 

*'^The oii^ nt a-Mitl.in i* their pr.-^nt pianist 

.T;*rk !.-«MghA= . - ,.„o 

Thov had three . .m-c utue vearkhr.k.. :. .tiling 
- . >n*rta f v>lr*na -m ’he tV»minlon net- 
work of »he (Tit' TheVrr off the air J'*et now. IhjI 
lltev hnne to sign for artoiher term amt.; 

■niTv oBe^.-iv, their «ervir>* tn eotertnin 
pgltotiK at \ etrn,. -' H."-M>ital and inmate* of the 
\VUkin*on R 1 - 1 hr ! : ^ 

A hen Wtie jrmise fell In I'me with a raeine 
Treat Eastern pallwsv kk"m«El\P last April, game 
S.K-(Vn ,.f WkllLm. Uk- 

,n . . . 7 ^^,. .,un..-r „r WiUllif- 'h' 

mnca/ine nf Uie Bntuh Columh^ ■ fl*h ami game 

‘"""'■•n-. htrd .h. -ns;";- *'X 

for four 'Uv«. liavllinR fimii mw roll of lo-.,.. n 

"Trilnmon hrik-vo tho cr’xtt' 

lhrr.hh.ne of Iho .Ir “-"f <7 

- ...J .ii»K ^4inri tn a lovelorn hen grouse 


HOLLYWOOD Ecdy 
lamarv haa prwwlaed 1 m •'flghf 
. ke • tiger " to •traighien mil 
. . perantval affair* i»*w ihat 
• r.e |« feehng better 

ney filed cult for 151000 
finm her e*iT«nged huabarvd, 
to Nnward tee 


YOUR PAY-LESS FURNITURE STORE 


OPEN 

TONIGHT 

TILL 


ndel I a«lr« 

.>e 4ve* "rtot fe*r 

«>•«« we ' ' 

all T'*pe«i* 
-^tilnue doing 


The lov. to"e ekp»e*4 Wi)* e • * 

•urtasr «* - *d wilh b-b- %KW YORK Fw«c*«- 

W« rld»e* .I*."* *'*t Eeiisla. of 

CkiU dente* report - IHet '.e t« 
fne HOWttwy rood we* prepeimg an Invi. ‘ -n of hi* 
..pened IQ • P«0i« My 

b> JYtme Mtn»*ter Macmillan 
1i«ie> the Pte»'on Bt poeu 
the mode*i begn.'f’f -f a tm-t 

er. nerwe-k k*ied« wh»cb 

•urt^ive Bfitieh govern- 
: ..-..t, Mve ses’n pmmieing 

r'r. •'*“ N':« VORK ir^fr 


HCREANK. '‘-‘'f men!*!- 

aimncer E'tddy (sUo, 4 .' «*** 

reporied i'i diUtm 

in iwMpHel IrH'f^'tg a heart 
atte- -k 


siso.ooe 

StKk •! 
FurnHvrt 
and 

ApptUncas 


Paddle 
Unruly 
Pit pi I a 


rifv Forfiinrtfp 


M:W YHItK M Pit - * ■ 

BiiKdtlvn grand Jur> verier ■ 
,Us --lli-'-t f**^ Irgtdetien ■ 

*‘.cb woukl permit | 

ao,k*v. herM*edectw>ol g 

ii.i.ner* it* unruly | 

The Jury lmik---tiecl In ^ 
Nrtvmher. alte. a wave i 

rtf juvenile de'J'qucrrey m y 
rluding rape ar*oik murdef | 
•lid deetiuctkon of piop**ft>- 
•wept the c«t» • -b"ul*. lold ; 
Judge V — -tel le.bowktR ihei j, 

u!.-.'. « w .'ill gC w... *e 

- -u 7- Mr- It tr^-ber* weie re 
fu^<1 r<Mit»ni over thetr *ui 

. . . 

Judge I>i|w»wiu agieed. but 
the arttrwii beard turned 
Ihumba iofmn on the plan. 

The boord ae'd II took the 
poemon that teak her* hed to 
•paie Ihe rod be. aoae only Ibe ’ 
parent# bad 'he right fa de 
ride wheiber a rhild ahouM 


^ ' Beautiful 

3 ROOM GROUPS 

ONLY 


.. ktaliekt year* age 
•• . ■ ; rtr.--- cit»e» be 

tft pj.Aide dun 


fr,.ii*e nf a lu«‘ • " - . aiea lo ape 

o„ muikictpal afl»*r* »« the •«r«M of % 
Rf.iary Huh He *pnke ewnt renewal and 
totly Wedrw-Uy to ibe Vic scwvke l-aka 
Ufa CnrtsrwTiter* A*ao »•«, •• 
c>4ikm ^ 

Vtotsfu! we* forturkaie IP rrwaae In c« 
rnmoarv^. with n'er*) muni J»miaekoldrT 
nr alillee. he 

« h.a of nut *CTV H a mnnih 


Weather Forecast 


Uty, twy Tamrtl 


ipupBry U IM 

r'lnudy and mild with t-.-- 
Showm thia anamofm. '•* nd* 
Inrraaatng «a aa*t » and be 
cnmuif aoulhwaat 3 D »hia 
atlemnon Thufadsy F ‘ 'F*" 
latinn ftl l“- ‘ '' 

■•.«»rded TemperMwee* 


YES, VICTOmt I 
FEOPU ARE 
NONEST . . . 

We h»va pUcad 
doHar MIW nu iHa 
outaMe nf ouf wl»- 
dnwa . Wa Ihiuk 
iKav wW May tbar# 
—WHAT IK) lot 

I THIMir 


h-lf and 10 in the •mjtlwfr 
M'-lf he- nmmg wsS-bWTal i‘= 
Mii* llis.k and low 

at r :“.jo Point. 4 B and 40 . 


m FMT ITiUT 


«v Ck e k 




(/ o/ pert at nr K 


of Lesislaturp 


ANNrAL PKIMNVRNTOKY 


Onty ■ handful of apa<‘ta Th# amiulia kft anonaal — 
tn«» a f*w •#af«Jla and (ha '!'• sound af iha 

,„iliiary fcrn«i . •.Mily r.l. Ow ®I • 15-fun «l»l. 

^ , rha apactatma s(a>ad a faw 

mhirh mar,»d nutdnnr rara „,„utaa U»n«ar unMl Uautan- 


hand and olflaaja. opaninf al lha llouaa iha S Air ixuaion rieanquartara. 
to lha (Hilar and. RCAF color «aa parMad for Van»*ouvai. and a»a only uaad 
daiarttmant of lha lha hra« lima at a lafiaUlura <*'*■ f^r^oonlol orcaaiona, 


A rara appnrlnntly (• 


caramur 


Inf of (ha Ihird aaaamn of (aiad lha la|i«taluia butidliida. 
British Columhia'a 2 StJi Latia- on his aay to i «<4 tha Thruoa 
Uturo. ' Spaacb. 


tiuia. (^uaan'a color of lha RCAF aa ralnawapl atapa of lha main 

Whan tha llauianant • foy* ' wall aa lha air lorca color. , aniranea lo lha lagtalaturo., 


Ml HK AL IMhTRI Mf.NTA 
. . . RKt'ORI) PI.A\MCM . . . 
HI FI . ■ «tHFF.T Ml HIC 
. . . A( ( RM( 0 RI»:H. ale. . . • 
ClwHi lhaoa typical saluaat 


' ram whan LrauiananMio%ar- 
• nor Roaa arrivad. wearing a 
cloak osar hia court dross 

Icnoiing lha ram. the Uau 
tanani-gosotnor m«poriad lha 
full guard and than wani o\or 
lo saluta and apeak lo tha hand. 

Tha rrtmd. aslimalad ai wall 
undar 200 . Hood huddled undar 
UMihiallas aiMt raini*oats li 
dispcfsed rspidls as #iM»n aa 
tha official paity aniaiod tha 
buildings. 

To keep warm at lhair post, 
while ratmmniat want on in- 
aida the t hamhar. tha guaid of 
hoti.it marked ilma on lha 
a|M>i and tha hand piavad rhaar 
ful muale. Tha ram never lat 


At ona lima during tha long 
a iippla of 


wait lhaia waa 
laughiar d>mn tha ranks as a 
hn> Oft s iteltvai y tuka padaltad 
down ■'>a frooi rank and rut 
looaa with an admit tng whistla 

Thoi. una final uluta and 
til# olltrlal «ais wllh nuUM 
cy<lo a«<-iMls pulled awa>. 

Ml L> AUan Rohioaqn of 
N'otin VaiMffUset paiantinal 
admmisiiahon officer at 
I’mnox was guard rommaodar. 
with Ft) Robert Bunua. a 
gua>d nlfuei 

The (^uean g stilor aflKar 
wss Ml. Lt Hugh Hamilton. 


NF.I.I)1>A . . . TAr» and At t FJIMIRIIA 
PRIt FI) TO ri.r AR* 

I4ST Tuiaa — w*. >Ni«s I a ru n wnsias ok asrskca 
GSk»a«H s lasaa iss 

Opra Ma Days a HaeR — Open Friday I ntll • pM. 


Rurmaby 
«a«s aHi«>««r 
or I UPS 


> Wioria 

ins a* MS 
r%M* as t M«s 


third aakhion of Rr.** 2.'>lh LpRislbiura They alood In rain for moiB 
than an hour. Honor guard and band came from ComoK. 


Snaked but far from hedragsW are thakp wnartly lumad*oul 
memherA of the Rl'AF guard of honor at yastarday'i opening of 


t'apt. T. ti Dal/all comman 
ded <ha 3 lh Medium Raitai>. 


Pomp and Dignity 
Oocning Keynote 


timtiaised from Page I meni gl 
hU go\etnmerH p...giam 
would Indicate a light ses..on »!*«■»*" 
aa Promiai Bennail pred|.-1s mil new 
but opp»stiion memhar* have eompuli 
nihei ideas and have shesdv 
hee*' noiiced iwHimg up on • 'e 
MrPhea Tiea Ktuii* Repul. ‘ " ■' * 
the Nommeis . sse snd VN e-”" --: ^ 

Gren developmem 

Rut *he suipiistng psil of 
the .peech was ihai no men 
iMn was ma-la of lahnr legis 
taliur and l«r months fu»w 
Premier Rennell has been ^ 

devoting maim portions of his j, 

ipae.-hes lo lha fa«d the Ri 
govemmeni will not be pushed ^ pj^ 
•twnd by lalvor or msnage 
me* ' AI least half a dorao 
flrgamraiiona have pieseosad 
bnafs to ralwnei asking for 
labor lagisUtmn chaMgfs 
m.F.Pl.Y lONIF.RNM) A A 

Rut lha Throna Spec* h did leieai t 
aay the fo»e»timant is deeply will ha 

ron.erned wllh unemplmaneni 4 D 

and lhal de*pn» an a«velefaled subslac 

piofitsm a*‘d s huge snd un eieflll i 
piai'Twlenled evpei»dltme of ‘Ui'lei 
pyh:.. funds on gov^. ...uent I'lesisi 
buil-i.ugv WMiks tjgiiwsv* 

bsidses park developmrtlt and prtual 
idhei piogisms »he ut»em ' A 

plovment ptohlem im's.ns *»“'• 
aarww... ‘‘•'•"I** 

It said (he gmer ...nent will ** 
rof^.mmend that ihe se;eci advann 
ttaodmg ifwiimiMee on Isnoi p»'»ti*' 
jeconvened immediately fiu 
tha puipoaa of s>ud)jrig Ihe • ^ 

prwhiem 

The riirnoe Speeih M»d It 
la daatrahle ihai this lommil " ^ 

tee meet wllh all mieresied hiough 
Individuals and gio.ipa laboi leg'siH 
Ptnplnyers ahd otneis s>ul • ^ 

condt“l an Inquir) ItHn Ihe legisla' 
wavs and means nf imptovtng i" 
the situaiton vames 

tint nf these meetings new tK»n ar 
laiwK legislatifm msv he devel 
ofwd and new ptuposeis to HI f 
glleviate tinemplov meitt. immtif 

L^gislatinn will he Inttn duling 
dured lo evpand piovislnns for 
the editi ation and (raining of 
mentallv reiaided chiWien. 

IMRKA-F. 1 I t.RANTM 

Auihnii/aiitm will he a»ked 
for inrieased ft sills in •« hoi»l a 
dlsttkia as w’ell ss to the I'm 
veivHv of I'nlumnis 

and Vlrtnria t'ullege 

An eapanded 5 >;*em of 
kM<i< aiholat ships and hut 
•aites will be made available 
Id liiMllaie sihievement of 
higher slandards nf ediMStion 
hv siudeni# nf senior maiiiru 
Victoria 


Ui*ulefwnf-<V*yerTU)r Frank Roa* took .TO minute* 
lo read Itie Siiem-h Inwn the Throne at Hie opening >o»- 
lertbiy o( lha third M-^mn of llw ZMh l.^iaUtui'e. ^ 

His Honor enleted Ihe Pgla. 
tve .:;ambef with all the 
tradtiMiial pomp and iOie 
mony Ihsi goee with the 
House opening. Hia aideda 
camp*, ■aretung In pans snd 
metudh'^g Hi ig John Adam. 

U I'mdf. J. r. Davie Wing 
Cmdr J D D i'amphell and 
Rt'MP Inspectnr T A. ibvm. 
enleied the hushed chamber 
first followed In single file 
hv tlovernment Hou*e se. re« 
isrv t’mdr Garfield Dixon end 
scigeaiii at arms Den/tl A*hH> 

• «M V ihg the mate. His H<mor 
i:. the da.s as hvs Sides 

s>'*P|N*d *o esi :: sole 
vAMF. nit.MTl 

t: n l*e r ;--1 me fhinne 
, end ‘ell • .e i!;smber 

with (he 4 M»e dig..iiv 
[ There .;.->e «l«ise Ic wsi per 
' viiis in Ihe |e_’ viadxa chamher 
I In the offb'ial opening 
I Refaie the lieuicngm. 
gMsritfor eiiieted Donald L. 

Hi reeenlly elected 

■^•jed member |i»r Rossland 
tVail. was inlrodmed lo (he 
dsv Me appeared tligtiilv legislative as«emhtv and tn^ 
rtetvo**®; as he walked down his veal in the House as VI. As 
Ihe a*^le. •miliiig and stnp|«e <1 'fiiim hotn sidev nf the floor 
r.nlv !»' vt— ke hands with ihumped their 

I..OIS llasge.: '< < K Grand tHRFF: Tl'ir.w 

FoikiM o-ve Of Ihe two women ^ 

"’sHrM-ggen had a V.-e nf "me. In signal .he 

flowe,. pured on her dfk- ""‘"•m-'H governor waa ap 

hut the niher woman member 

Ml. Bud- Hiowr. tSA*. Van After he left, i .e h.mae got 

couve. I'nml ...eyl dldi. t 

even h-ve a de.k .«he sat In a.t).H.n.ing until 3 pm 

ihe second row of chairs lodav. 

Fxcept f«i the lioni low AUoinev General Robert 
desks usually used by WMs »""Mer Works Minister W. 
had heen lemoved so mfoe N * hani. I F. loiheii (.vk.. 
rhair* could be u*ed for Vale «ppn*|Mon leader Rr>n«| 


Friday! 


Mia lOlli Sr— i«ii 

fVewn of Hi# legisla'uie AI- 
vearold Thomas I p h t • I. 
Veime MLA. started hia 4iHh 
session of the legivteiure yes 
terdav With a little rlowring 
haglire Ihe ileoienaitt f«*v 
errmr «mved for ofOrtal 
opening iwremont^ The In 
dependent labor member sat 
down in tiie premier s chair 
trying it oui lor st/e as he 
has hrsm ikiing at Hoii«e 

openings for yeat s 


Premier 

Enters 

Alone 


But Confidentially . . . 

<7 SNEAK PREVIEW 


there s 

of Values Friday Morning 

St CtU In Emit 


An tnereaae of $ 143 , 739 , 
A 4 A 40 in roniingent liahtlltiea 
igoveinment guaranteed bor- 
rimingsi was mted In Public 
Acmunta bioughi down by 
Premier Bennett at the Legta. 
Utuie yesleiday 
They tif. ‘rased ftnm 
114 K 3 H.MI in 1 T 37 lo $ 3 H 3 lAJ 
leto'w In 19 Mt 
ytOKR T 44 AN liabiMAM 
The prevtoua year coniln* 
gent llahiliiie* lnci< 'sed by 
mote than giOiiOiloniNi 


0 »KT0bl4 


Hunts 


Invest in Year-Round Comfort 


OIL HEAT 


iimiM' r R C C (IIIMMM^ 

LICENCESI 

l••4•o«•-Oilk t.rrr ear*ks.s j 
SO MOSRV IMIHS' | 

MIMtl TELMAChmomi^ 
SMAI.L CARR 


Rteady. clean. •controHed 
warmth that aafeguard* 
fuel hllU, giv Ing you 
Ihe heat you want aa 
you need It. now 
brought within 
the homeitwner a 
budget. 


laiioa standiMg at 
College and I'Rt' 

Rtllt not vet recovered from 
laat year's disavrrous forest 
fires which cost ihe govern- 


SAFE TK AVEI 


Tke Holpkin mpkes a gnssd svmlsol foe 
liranrs Mniisttsl. triangular ImHiIc. 3 aehls« 
men tell us it -travels** |M*rfr«'tls. live tri- 
angular ska|m vlows so ctmvrniettll* , an«l 
the whisivv itself Is paiiirularl* pleasing 
lo men of goml la«le. 

Grant's Stand Fast is InHeed a great 
traveller, from the Higtilands all over the 
4 omtinent. In the far rrarhrs of 4nnasla« 
lo Ifriea. In I.T.* rnnnirsr# this yrmr. 


A40NfY 

fJtOBlCMSt 


tp4na dnH wortO 
Ineinding 
Ud4.*tton Tank 

Convemenf Terms 


c. j. McDowell 


STAND FAST 


/ \ IN (HI lAlt TtlANOUlAt lOtUI 

Ylic K|)itomr of Scolrh \\ liisky 


••Kft ftigM wHil ■ km tlir«i»|li 


We Service 

rA’MISR 


We Sell # We Install 

1000 DOI GiJiR HTREin* 


1 Standard’s U | 

1 Februarv * 

9USI 

E 

1 FURNISHING 

S SA 

iE 











ts5» t2l%e 13aila (ilolonist 

*‘.4n ln</rp^nrfrn/ 

The Orffin of A'o Clique or Party'* 


The British Scene . . . 


by Giles 


BTH HAt.TON. Publuh^r 


&ANDHAM CRAVES. Editor InChW 


ruMtolMd o^ory ^xrrp* MoMoy hy lb* C«4 mM rublUhon Ud. 

ftl Mil DoufUa Htoroi ^k«nr1a. B-C 

I imiDAY, JAM ABV tS, IMW 


Progress, with Caution 






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TV xplt* of ill prolixity in •**vf>n 
^ typoicript pBK^ lome 3.600 
wortli, the Speech reed by Hi* Honor 
at the openirtf of the B.C L^fU* 
teture contained a 'guarded ouUIm of 
the program of the Social Credit ad* 
ministration for the coming fiival 
year. In the light of the economic 
condition* of the times, the decieion 
aeems to be to go ahead ailh caution 
on preKung matters, and m tome port 
to await the development* of the 
)-ear before undertaking exteasive 
commitment* in any direction. 

Thu*, the Department of Health 
and Welfare, too large now for proper 
administration, i* to be »plit in^lwo. 
with the poaaihie addition of one 
cabinet minister. 

Additional provincial grant* are 
to be given to B.C. arbool dwtrict*. to 
Victoria t'ollege. and to the I’ni- 
verdty of Bnli*h Cohimhia. N’ictona 
City U prom li ed it* new courthooae. 
on the cabinet’* honor, nith con- 
st nictlon unequivocally to Rtart thi* 
year The gowmment will name a 
staining cofnmittee of the Hoa*e to 
deal with unemplo>-mont 

Applyi";: more ger- rrVy thrr iigh- 
out the province, additional judge* 
are to be named to the Supreme 
Court a* urged by both bench and 
bar. Und clearing t* to be faciUtated 


in connection with nettlement farm*. 
I-oggira; machineo' be co-opted 

to fight forest fires in emergencies. 
The administration proposes the 
creation of a horse-racing commis- 
sion. ••Douglat Day” I* to be estab- 
lished on Nov. 19 annually, a* the 
last step of the highly »uccesaful 
Centennial Year. 

There is no hint in the Sfieech of 
altered taxation, nor of any cnK-ial 
change in the present form* of 
re\’emie collection An Important 
paragraph pledge* extension of edu- 
cation and fralning for menlall> re- 
tarded children, a move that ha* long 
N*en p«ipularty urged. For the real, 
the administration’* pronouncement 
Indulged In what amount* to a stage 
bv stage rental of the unusual event* 
of the I'entennial Year I! note*, with 
plea*<ire. that Queen Elteaheth and 
ITtnee l»hilip will he the first official 
g\»e*t* to be received at the new CfO\ - 
emment Houae after It i* completed 

this \-ear. ^ ^ ^ ^ 

After three year* of deferred 
action, and many on and off the ruff 
promises. It will be a pleasure to Vic- 
toria dll/en* to read the refereiw'e 
to the courthouse It state*, and we 
quote “ron*truetion of a n«r rouri- 
houae in the capital city of thi* 
Prmlnce will be commenced this 
year.” That is for Ihe.reford. 














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Philipl You’r* not fo<nf to th. .how Ilk. th.t-Oo .nd (.t drM.«l .t one.' 


Searchlight on Education 


W/HEN the provlnnal royal com- 
mission on the public *rhool 
curriculum convened in Wtori* yev 
terdav lt.« three members found no 
floaiih of material for *tud>'. Alwt 
a score of brief* had been compiled 
for presentation by individual* ar^ 
diverse organization*, through which 
the l*hanl commliuiion will ha\e a 
crosa-section view of public opinion 
on the quality of what is taught and 
how it is Uught at elementary’ and 

high school level*. u. . 

Not only In BrttUdi Columbia but 
throughout Canada (Alberta ha* had 
a rimllar commission at wt>rk* for 
aeveral months) the public school 
curriculum i» one of the moat con- 
troversial topic* of the day. From 
time immemorial It ha* be^ 
ar\‘ for people to find fault with the 
upbringing of children in general and 
with the schoob in partifular. 
the adoption of courses and methods 
of instruction supposed to make 
education both altrarlive and easy 
the volume of compUmt ha* had 
more voices added to it. to inch^ 
the universlUe*. the professions, m- 
austry and busines*. the trades, 
municipal councils and even In *ome 


Instances the police Added to thia 
Is the angrv oulcry of tavptvcrs wlm 
feel that the product of the nwjdem 
education system is not worth the 
enormous coat. 

The nystem may or may not he 
as had as it Is p.irfr >.-d. hot 
obviomly there are thii .:- s*»ruHi«ly 
wrong with it. The job •>( the t hant 
commission is to find out what they 
are and how thev might he corrected. 
Because of the vital Importance of 
this Investigation not only to the 
student* and the home but also to 
ihe whole economic structure of the 
province and the country, it ia 
heartening to see the active Interest 
which is being taken in the commis- 
sion'* hearing*. 

The curriculum U the sole re- 
spoa^ibilily of the provlTxnal depart- 
ment. and the government has 
rendered British Columbia good ser- 
vice in submitting thi* issue to t^ 
amitinv of independent experts. The 
commi ion In turn ha* manifested 
7 m 1 for fact* and opinion* suggesting 
that the Investigation when 
pleted will have overtooked nothing 
that might be relevant to itj 
findings. 


Thinking Aloud 

"... of *hoes— *nd shipa— and ■»«*• 
Irf w*»— ol Mbbages and kings.* 

By TOM TAYIAIB 

T here l* •am* comfort in being 
an old .ld»er ln«***ad of a new 
one: al »t »he foimer tSMild fir# 
hi« laal bullet al 

2 Ihe enemy and 
then wnle 

•u' fear of after- 

n,... 

The laner may 
nut m future. 

Tm* deduriion 
at »ea*t mifhi bo 
drawn Irton the le* 
^al »taiu« of weap- 
on. in war ‘ne t’rUied Stale, field 
manual aaaurea li* aoldien that the 
of nuclear weapons la ok*y. *d 
•rrene and abmeboanl whereM tbo 
Bj... ah anldjer ha*n t any auch deaf 
fuuJe Hi* manual refer* him e\aa- 
ivelv fmm one #e.iio« of intema- 
it ...j taw to a»'”‘ner. 

iiow Ihe Canadian manual rule* 
on tM« fine pmnt of wanime ethh • 
1 don t know. 

t tan.v that in tbe front line all 
three wiii do a» they re told and pull 
th# msfer or r*iea»e »»»• **r*»**d. 
•• the ^aoe may ba. 'A'Wn the en- 
rmy a romtnf *l yw« there * i*o lime 
for arfwment about the nweliea el 
weepont none of which anyway, are 
rtwUy what youd call ni»e. 


fitter from t.ondon 


Malta Situation Clumsily Handled 


By Bit HARD 1. TMOtlAA 





Spoiling Craigdarroch 


tT would bf s mistskr to er^ «n 
1 overflow building in the grouod.* 
of CniifdAiToch lAstle. 

thing the srhool bosrd i* tmt likely 
to it* office* there 
,in« thf c«tk. h not w. I 
this purpo^ snywiiy snd it is rstn ^ 
out of the wwy for eA*y spprtjoc^ 
Erection of a STvOOO sdjUnct wwW 
be s wtirte of money that ^ 

spared, and the structure 
to be tom down agam wd>en 
moved. Event* are moving 

inevitably twirda 'IJL'TSidlle'furi 
civic centre of some ^ (r; 

administrative 
srhool board wtwld be wlv 

other temporary adjustment in 

the meantime. 


More Importantly the castle area 
should not he spoiled for what 
he Its future apt»ropriate a*e. Craig- 
darrorh i* one of the few buiMmgs 
evtant that genuinely connect with 
tl^ earty history* of Victona. and it 
is admirably suited for 
lion Into a civic museum. That might 
come about unless the chance I* wat. 
The dly i* abort of authenlic tourist 
atiractiohs, and even now the castle, 
i* a landmark that arrest* attention 
and arouae* the Interest of visitors. 
TTiat Interest would be tripled were 
It furbished a* a show 
Ing reties and Item* of hlstortral 
value The city ha* the power to pre- 
vent the spoliation of CYalgdairoch; 
It nhould uae it. 


Interpreting the ISpits 

Visit’s Result Awaited 


W ASHTNCTriS <AP' The IVS. gev 
emment may t«)«# nv’nths in *p- 
prsiw what An««i*i M>»toy*n did l« dw 
Vniied State*. H b**P^ know in ahoal 
two week* what Ihe United Males did to 
MIkoyan. 

The Ruastan deputy premier left Wash- 
ington Tuesday on hia trip back t* Mos- 
cow. Oalemihly. ha waa on a holiday and 
wanted to sea what change* had taken 
placs aiacw hi* Mat U3. vWl two decades 
ago. 

At the *111# departmant on# hear* 
tnoat frequently a guest about Mikoyan a 
main purpoae. Aa ooa UA otfirtal turn- 
med It up. he w=-!ed ' to Uka our tem 
paraturo on Berlin" 


Pre*tdent lUaerrhower a^d :^Uie Sect#- 
lary Ptille* aro hopeful that Miko>an 
will try* *® .impreaa on Premier NlkMa 
Khruahehev that the foiled .Slate* 1* 
determined not to hack down over BerUn. 
They hop# Mlkoyan waa convlncad that If 
RiiMlB and Eaal Ormany prss# the Isaua 
s< wotwra withdrawal too Ut thay will 


By JOHN M. HBiHTOWRH 
(AMMSaUM Pnwa t arre*p«nden<> 

The V S. gov have an eatremely danserou* ailualton on 

:: z m.... .y 

U, M.Koy.n. ,*r<»-«v.non. m., 

<i*im did to become clear first or an. 
rd . lales did to ^ ('ommunlat party a Jl*t 

congM I* All# to begin Jan. 27. Mlkoyan 
pmler left Wash- ,»p«-ted to make a major speech, 
ip back to Moo- most ilkaly wUl reflect hit view* 

>n a holiday and the United States and relate much 

nge* had taken here. Aiao. what Khruahehev 

Islt two decades ^ um greas may well *how whether 

Mlkoyan'a report had any effect on Ber- 
nent one hear* tin poUcT- ^ 

lA^fflJllr^ra* *** 

o grea. .hould provide evidence a. to 

0 take our t« Whether Ihe .Soviet government la pre- 
pared to follow up Mlkoyan* goodwill 
* fmir with aperiflc new proposal* for Im- 

a/id :^iaie Serte- proving relaUona 

il that Miko>an Khiu*hrhe\' need* Urge quant II le* ^ 

Premier NlkUa machinery to buUd up hla pUrtlc* and 
.’oiled .Slate* 1* chefo- al Indurtrie*. He would Ilka to get 
lown over BerUn. much of thU machinery from the United 
convinced that If State*. That waa undoubtedly a factor 
ly prssa the Uaue tn Mlkoyan'* conetant demand foe e»- 
too taf they trill paadsd UA-Soriet tnda. 


It’* the aftermath the’ * the 
bother. Ir ;J»' H tuxvrt a eoldlef , 
happe- lu be *m the k ‘ he* 

«{M lo be ha ‘ed up by the »Htor. 
none u • genily #“her aiuf indnied 
for u*>ng an impropei wrapen. 

A ’ will depend you *ee, on the 
V 1 ew^unt of the v ■■n. Me might 
not agree that u*e af th* warhead 
waa :;;‘»ima»e pradk-e A soldier 
therefore bedsne* a potential obyect 
of enemy war rrtmes inala 

Thi* IS the rewilt of Nuremherg. 
nMch •*‘eome f*r *eemg folk pomied 
out at the lime - -uld be a boom- 
•rang PrntMihfy all 'he a.. iheie 
got what wa» coming le them never- 
Ihelea* new iniemallonal law waa 
created and backdated. 

Tf *i. naturallv. wa* a flaky prevw- 
drni. and already we have Dr Utslro 
r^.-u!«mg hi* exe Jilon* by rtllng the 
eaample of Nuremberg 

It had never before been an Inter- 
national offence for cnmmafvdet* in- 
chief or ihlliiary staff* or industrial 
baron*, for in*i*nce to pnxnoie na- 
tional aggrandiartnent, oc even plot 
a war. National le*dfrs had been 
d-Hog that for renlurie* Inctudlng 
the of the Judge* si Nuremberg, 
ilthmigh perhaps not *o nasty like In 
their csee. 

a * * 

But you see what a po*er this I* 
for ih* net! w*r. It * not everyone 
thet wdl be able to hedge hw ^bei*. 
aa It were. Uk# Alfred Krupp. He a 
aaid to he buying into Canadian In- 
dustry. to presumably In the event 
of any future war between Canada 
and Germany he can't loae Hell be 
on Iwjth tides, Industrially, and *o in 


jO one la Britain ti very happy I 
1 V about Mr Ijennox Boyd* hand- < 

Ung of Malta It would *eem that | 

even the Calenlal 
Offtra haa na 
re*«>rv*iMina yet no 
Oft* aeema to be 
able to auggest a 
practicable alterna 
live The main 
trouble seema la ba 
that Mr. Lennox 
Bov d I n a I a I a on 
handling Malta as 
a buaines* pfopoaiilon, and meet 
pe<iple would be happier If there waa 
a little lew buaineea and a little more 
humanliv 

Mr. fvwn Mintuff la a difficult 
cuativner te deal with h.m difficult 
may be gathered from lb# fact that 
a year or ago he wa* ■ ampalgnlng 
for In'egratlon with the United King- 
dom and today he U demarMfing inde- 
pendrnre He aeei in Mr Lennox 
Boyd a modern manife*tatlon of the 
Virinrtan fdomal aerretary. the au»- 
tere father who believe* In Ihe rod 
rather than ta explaining adult 
behavior le rhltdren. 

a a * 

In (act. of courae. both Mr Minloff 
and Mr. Lennox Boyd art ratner 
eld fashioned. Mr Minloff cannot 
believe that Mali* IS no longer of 
vital atratefw importance In the 
atomic age. and Mr. Lenno* B-\d 
cannot understand the idea that a 
handful of people on a speck of earth 
In the Mediterranean can really be 
aerkHi* about their place In lb* woild. 
There la an element of Irresponsihilliy 
f«n both aide*, and even the mo*t 
ardent *upportert of the government 
are afraid that too morb *tlcking to 
gun* and principles may turn Malta 
into another Cyprus 

The rotonial Oflkw poo pooh* the 
Mm The Mslieae are chsrmlng 
people Mr. Minloff may he *n ex 
tremiBi but even he doe* not bel|e%a 
In vMdenre II I* true that thing* are 
difficult In Malta but mother know* 
be*i What th# 04«ntal Offk* doe* 
not even y*l *eem to rvalue I* that 
awkward aituallona hav* a habit of 
getting nut of hand. 

Mr Mmtoff la quite definitely an 
advoewte of paaaiv* resistance, but 
i<»me of hi* henchmen may not b*. 
Then th* tlm* come* when h* ha* 


to decide If h* aupport* th* vlelenc* 
of *atreml«t »uppofieni «» the Briii*h 
gnvemmeni, end in *uch eirr-..m- 
aunre* It nvay well happen that the 
aiippocter* of whom he disapprove* 
will get *uppoft tn peetwvnce ft 
government of which ha dUapprove* 
atiU wvic*. 

a a • 

And Malta more than any ot^c^ 
c«4ony deserve* special «onaldeT*t»on. 

It did not gat II* Geotge Cmaa lor 
nothing W’e can afford to b* a lit Ha 
eenilmanUl about It and many peopla 
feet that wa should have leaned over 
backwards mthar ihon allow the 
Hnpoaaibla situation to art«e which 
ha* now arisen Whatever Mr Bovd 
maa argue we hav* In fact Imp^cwd 
•utstde authority on the l-and 
against th# wt*he* of lha nujorlty 
of the people. We have handled the 
rkwmi of the Malta dockyard v#n^ 
clumsily. W# annour *d It* ri s 
with all Ih# consequent fear* *nd 
apprehension In Malta before we 
announced tha effort* to raplace It 
with a ctvilUn dockyard to make good 
th* k**l emptoysnem. It wa* psycho- 
loglcwny the wrong way to go about 
It. Ther* would hav* been nothing 
unreastmabie In the Admiralty 
guaranteeing employmani until tha 
civilian firm had taken over. 

Il would not perhaps have been 
strict buvinee* It might h*ve •*t 
Ih* Briii't' taxpa>er a few • 
a head but It wouM h*vc earned tt'# 
g'KidwtU if the Maltese After all It 
wa* a Biltlah tkickyard and the 
Chang* could have been effe. ted 
gradually *nd •Imoat ImpertwpUbly. 
but for some reason the government 
derided to u»e a *ledge hammer and 
atari off on the wrong foot by what 
orve Maltew told me thev regard a* 
a i;.,iiing prore**" the crea- 

tion of a (ear which would make tub- 
•equent effort* appear to b* kind 
and gerwTou*. 

There i* no di*g-.- '"g l)w fart 
that Britain gave Malta a decided 
1 ahock bv announcing the - -*ure of 
I tha dockyard with • generalued 
promiae to do what they - .;;:Jd abrvit 
r It 

Malta deserved belter than that. 
I Many people her# believe that aha 
I deserved what she asked for In- 


gmunda (hat U would coat quit# a 
deal lo give them all th* benefltt of 
lha welfare aiaie and that pre*en-w 
of a (VHiple of Malle*# member* la 
Ih: parllarr!'~t of Winitminstar could 


Thera I* more than a *u*p*cluO 
that the ; il problem which Integrar- 
tlon would not hav* solved wa* Mr. 
Mlntoff htmwlf It la *ugfe«ied.ihat 
H Mr. >/lnto(f would gat out of 
MaJtr=j politic* a snlution would *n»ri 
be found. There la probably an el^ 
tnent of truth in thi* No one like* 
a person who parade* hi* virtue* or 
pul* a cash value on suffering but 
equally no oive Ukea a perann wha 
seemingly overlook* special rircum- 
ttam'e*. Malta cannot eat Its Georga 

Urne*. 

And very few people l« Britain 
appi .e what I* now happening In 
Malta the *uppre**1on of new a 
papers, th# Imprisonment of editor* 
and the tnstituilon of one man gow 
emment. The governor Is no douht 
an estimable gentleman but ha can 
make mlsiakea. Tha editor concamed 
may well hav# deserved hi* *enief>c# 
of imprisonatant bat th* fart remairta 
that many paopla Interprat It aa an 
a> t of epprr*«ion and many qun* 
bala;..ed people prefer dahgeraualy 
Irresponsible eipresslon* of opinion 
lo dtctator«hip 

Mr Lenr x Boyd’s administration 
of the I’v-k-nlal Offira has not been 
dwt‘“riive or imaginatlva. Il i* 
u:. . (hat everything h* think* 

slsiut Mr Minloff 1* reciprocated by 
Ih# f«»mer Maltev# premier. In »U(H 
circumstance* It would be better If 
Mr. M*<-mllUn appointed an Indo^ 
perxb-nl arbiter or better stlU a 
Uommonweatth commt*alon. If an 
iftdepem^ni Bhtoa Canadian and 
AuitralUn got together to aolve lha 
Mall* problem It could h# done. Thera 
la still a *iren| element of goodwill 
on both i«V* and th# twne for th# 
rommlssion ta before Ihsl element 
1 * diMipated by high haoded aettona 
from WhKehafl too often hidebound 
by Victorian preredenta or by Irrw 
sprmuHliiy in Malu encouraged by 
•uhvenuve elemr..5a who tpociali/# 
In making trouble worse confounded. 


tegratlon with Britain which th# 
government refused Urgely on in# 


C.anndion H etfarhm 


What Can We Afford? 


the 

Not *o, however, th# poor aoldier. 
There* ooH^ng where the gamut 
of ^ar ' iiMm • trial* could end; U 
might run d«»wn *11 the »*v to the 
newest private, who. under the eagle 
rye of hi* *erge*nt. fired a warhead. 

There must b# something In Ihla, 
too, else a mllliary manual wrouldn't 
go out of ha way to aaaur* aoldier* 
their weapon* were ethically beyond 
reproach. 

H'a a dilemma for lha trooper, all 
right. If h# doesn't obey and let go 
the warhead ha’U be on the spot (or 
mutiny In (ace of lha enemy; per- 
hapa shot for hi* acruple*. If be let* 
It go and the enemy win* he run* 
the risk of being on the spot (or 
obeying order*; perhap* *hol (or not 
having arntple* 

Ah well. Iherea a consoling 
thought for th# soldier. If a* (hey 
say on# fired nuclear warhead will 
usher In a nuclear wr*r and ther# will 
be nobody left when #a all aver, 
obvkmily Urn* will bo no war crime* 
trtaiA 


C ANADIANS have. In the proud 
boast of their political r*pre- 
aeniatlve*. on# of Hw mo«t comprw- 
henatve ■(*<# welfare program* in 
the world. I'loae to half of Ihe fed- 
eral budget I* committed to Ihl* ob- 
j*cttve Becau*# *o much of wel- 
farism I* untveiwal one need only 
have children (o have ■ family allow- 
an«e need only be 70 year* to hav# 
Ihe old age pe"**on »a co*t mu*t 
cnniinua I* rUe ** the population l»- 


Tile general assumption la Ihkt In- 
cteived c«i*ls of welfarism rising 
from increased population ar* sup- 
ported by th* IncTvaaed potential (or 
tax revenue*. Growth, In other word*, 
will b* self supporting. In practice, of 
cour**. It does not work out that way 

not. at Waal, In limes of receatkm. 
Welfare paymenU are atlU being 
made but Ihe lax potential hat been 
drastically reduced bv a lower level 
of corporallon earning* and by un- 
employment. 

Theae fon*lder*(lon* however, beg 
the basic question Inherent in the ex- 
tent of welfanam In t'ana«la the 
question as to whether we ran afford 
If The question has been raised with 
varying degrees of conrern ever time 
the family aUowance. flr«t of Ihe 
transfer payments, wa* Initiated at 
the end of the war. 

It la a quaatloo thtt la partkib 


(From Tb# Ftaaactal Tbweai 

n the proud Uriy peitineni now In view of tho 
iimcal r*pre- pro»pect* for another budget deficit 

most comprw- of lha tame proportlona aa the cu^ 
pmgrama In rent one 

If of the fed- Ab..ut half the Increase in dispoa- 

ad to this otR able inM.me in Usnad* of HJtri-- 

luch of wel- onnniat U derived from welfare p-V- 
one need only ment^ U U c.vmndental that *hls 
I family allow- trihulton to dispoaable Incom# should 

year* to hav# be sc. clow to the hnecast budget 

Its co*t mu*t deficit. Il I* coincidental, too. that It 

population Ilf bt-HikJ alw he an close io Ihe riae In 

personal Mvmga on deposit In the 

chartered bank*. But these ..-inc^ 

Hon la Ihkt In- do help emphasua the ba*ic 

Uarlsm rising that fixed pav-ment 

ition ar* sup- in Mm#* •>( recroaUm. -on- 

d potential for j^bute* lo lha budget deficit while 
tn other word#, p^rrollUng Increaaad personal savingi 
In praetka. of ^ rrciplenl*. 
k out that way ^ country whoa# Iricom# la *t1U aa 
f% of leceaalon. dependent upon the aalo of raw and 
,ra stlU being reoourrm as l» r*n- 

ential ha* been has no business matching wel- 

, a lower level j^rlam with more developed rouiv 
gs and by un- superior rates of produc- 

llviiy Whil* Ihe economy was rx- 
* howsver. beg pending a* fast aa it wa* through th# 

#rent in (he ex- irs'.*. thla fact wa* oh* N"W. 

('ana«la the howev-er. with expan-='»n ‘ed It 
r we fan afford has emerged in the form of •■ontlnu- 
»een raised with |r.; defiitla with (heir attendant in- 
nrern ever *in«w (latlon. 

e. (Ir«t of the In effect Uanadian* ar* learning 
vaa Initiated at that they can afford (o maintain wel- 
farism only by inflatlnf lhair cur- 
that lA partlrib tney. 


The Packsack 

By tiRFA^ORY CL.ARK 

T he top b:"*s of tha labor movw 
meni have Utely been concertf 
Ing themselves wHh achoUrly renea* 
Hon on the ques. 

Ikvn of le:- If 

the four and* half- . 

d«s week U *oon to q 
become tha three- 
day week and *o ^ 
on sfhat are people ’w 
gr.-i to do With yJ0^ I 
Iw.. apsr# time? ■ ' > • 

It i* no laughing r 
matter. *** 

Our conception -vf It^—yre la largely 
f.irmed hv Ihe l“- «*kn pkiure* 
to be seen m Ih# maga/u*#^ and on 
posters showing vast thronp* 
of ;:..ppy arul wealthy people dl»por^ 
trig Ihemseivf on ovean beach#* In 
Ihe palm -fringed sunny south. 
Another form of leisure i* p-rtrayed 
In the figure of a happy man oparat- 
Ing a bu/z taw (n hi* cellar while 
hla wife alt* admiring by- Fishing, of 
whtolng about In a pink boat with a 
blue outboard motor, camping amid 
tta'ely mountain* with a tent, a port* 
■hie freerer. a portabi# TV and a 
portable propane atova; pUytng *n 
organ which you can learn In six easy 
)r«sc.- ^ nr just reclining, with a f*l 
*foile. In a hammoc 

But I happen to be related to three 
Of fv_.* mem Hr I of the laboring 
, . =.v.., ),||ve -j-hteved Ihe four and* 

» half da w-eek wllh hand»»ma 
wage* And d<i you know what they 
do with t? ir leUure? 

They gat aldellrta )oba. 

Nothing more tiresome tba« 
lelaura, aftor a few trial at It 




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Excessive Taxes 


Victoria 


W«. th* n#fnb*nt of lh* Vmvmiwr liUnd Ra(rp«v*ni' 
A*w«rt«tu>ii. VtrtvTM bram'h h*v« no oh^artjon (o th« 
tfCt which haa hcaa paaacd h> out prcacnt 
^vrtnmcnt ’Dt# v*tu«i>on w«« td by the prminrial *« 
•CMor at 90 prr rent nf the >alur a> a mean* n/ fei(in( a 
fatr ftarwIaTit Thit *aae«*ment e<}uaLiMt»an ha* haeti a*Ked 
for aa «ptraral ocraaMm* by the Vkiorta city mtmdl W« 
know lake* hav* la be lavteO and paid, aa a* t« keep the 
aarvtraa c^np in the rmtmdpality 

What we do oh)ert to U the incieaai in our prw- 
peity laioa, through an inervaae In the mill rate When a 


Smiil EuropMh 
Ciri 


Big k?:?h Amfdfpn 

Ci't 


Uku tout c’ ^i-sbcngar roommesi mtidt 


then the miU rite ahouM come down .and take* would ha 
kept rNen and everyone be paying their fatr ahare it i« 
the dty rounrti which aeta the mill rata and leviea tha 
property tax. 

HCRBI:RT WATSON Pie*trtenl. 

J. N MORRI.S. .V.relar>. 
Vancouver bland Raiepayera Aaant laMon, 
Vlriorta Rianch. 

flS North Park Street. 


ISiMi from the piaviou* >e*i. iq «u unempU.yed «o 

The l*eb. 3 maicti on Vic long a* they are urtemployed 
loi la ui hemg orgam/ed by • They «ay many unempWved 
ihe B<* federation af l.(boi l^ave enhaiiated their brnefiia 
In a tM let to the gnvernm**ii; Labor «Jm> teekt public wurka 
revenllr the lederalinn de progiam* by govemmenta at 
maiwSed thai' Ihe unempbiy- all leveuN 


lo combat unempinvmeoL 

The movo la the Ui> «t ^n 
ned of man\ that have made 
•nempknment a leading 
tuple lor dlarukoiuo and dl«- 
piiie in Hritu;; Columbia 
during leveiu weeka 

Today a ma«* mer::;;g epon 
•ured by Ihe Vaiiroiiver L-»igr 
I'ounril will diM'uaa ur>emp>*f' 
menl and Counri] Pteside’U 
Lloyd Whalen «av« it wUI try 
to find mean* to “put pre«- 
aure on •govenimrnia until 
aomeihlng la rtone " 


3 f«et fhortdr outs*dt 


by StudBbak^r, 


UNBELIEVABLE, BUT TRUE! 

h. ; \ PHILCO 


Cnnodian Tnulitious 


A htilllanl. Inupried and m»*t {lenetrating aiatement 
waa re<etit|y made (n our federal Houae when t^iiia fortin 
made hi* maiden ipee< h It wa* Theie la *urh a thing aa 
Canadianlam. but tt will be maintained nniv ao long aa iba 
varlou* group# that maka up Canada remain aiiached to 
thair own tradttirma " 

Thta ohoervallon In Ita wiad»m. offei* the eMem'e of 
tnleranca without whirb we are no longer Canadiana It 
challenge* all r>f u* to do moie llatening and learning for 
all areiind ua in Canada la tha Immigrant, who one day 
wiU ba leaa Canadian than wa who have welcomed htro 
la hu new home. Moat impoitant la the atie*e pUrad 
upon mdivKliuillty. 

K. U. WORTHlNGlXXv LAKE. 

•61 Maddlann StraeC 


21^ CoRMit TV 

TO CI-KAK 


Integration 
W ithout Hitch 


ATL A NTA. (la. <AP> 
Racial integraliaii began 
amonihly and wl'haul im ident 
Wedne*day on Atlanta * buae* 
and trnllev* 

Th‘---igh the evening ruah 
hour the pidtre depaitnvenl 
and Atlanta Iran**! avaiem 
•eid r»o hofile had been rw 
purled 

Negtne* had been uiged b> 
lltrir If**ilei* In all wheie thev 
pleawwl hut Negro men weie 
raut‘-'*-ned rmt la ail beatda 
w*' a women 


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I M)te In the af Jan 31 . that Mr. MrPhilllpa 

haa epAken again m Parliament and that he lefeired '«i 
fVvnald Cordon, the piewdent of the CNR aa "Ihia big 
po^^btMb down in Muntteai. 

Quite apart fi>t«n the fart that I do ~ kr..-w the 
moaning of the Wild ’ pooht=:% which 1 i'~~nol find 
In my dt---t»"“'ry I feel that it >* n>«*at "-^ycoming lor 
tha Vicinria member of Parluimeni to lefer to nite nf 


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New Aiiiiraiwrra 
Tbiea Gieater VMiorta aa- 
ae«#<>r« who weie reiwnily 
awarded then r<ertifMatea b> 
tha Apprai«al I'wiiiuie of 
t'anada after a Kn** .ear 
i«ernge T*-— n*- 
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an euihurat relegate* Mr McPhillipa la Ihe poai;;on ho 
ha* huiH up in rbiawa aa being irre*pnn«ihle and a* yrrur 
nrw*paper very aptly put it anme rnonih* ago Mi Mo- 
Phiilip* put* hia l>«ni In hi* mouth every time he *pe*k« 
Mr Mcphilllp* ha* every right to **k qi.-patlon« but 
hv being rhildiah ha loae* the revpeit not only nf hia 
awn party memhera but of the people li. general 

1 would *rtongly rerommertd to Mr. McPhiliipa ih«i 
when he wl*het to be rhlldieh agein be ahnuld pick 
someona of hi* own callbra for hia remark* 

M P. B WRIXON. 

2260 Arhutua Road. 


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OTTAWA 'Cr- Imarue 
Miniaier fleming aald veaier 
dav he I* unaware of any 
applii alum for a i bailer for 
e«t*hli*hment of a co-opeia 
live hank in Canada 

Tbeie «nme lalk am>mg 
nedlt iim>»n« in fa\>tf nf 
e«l»bli»hlng u. b a hank tn 
hamiie drawn on 

rre<tit unnm la'.ing* a< • -■« 

fbe -haiteied bank* have 
ral«ed their rdtarge* for 
handling aurti chequee. 


Accent on Canada 


I have ]u*r iutened In a di*cu**t<m on a hvral 'adm 
alalloo ar :* Alielher nr not wa *houk 1 change ot:- 
flag Same nf Ihe people patUctpating lefeired eeveral 
lime* to Ihe Bnliah Corrmtonwealth. There i* no Briiiah 
Cnmmnnwesith- Theta la a Commonwealth of Natmna 
ar«d a RritHih Empire 

it •eema to me a vary rtdirui-m* thing for people la 
vrure iheir opinion* in public when they know ao Utila 
annut ih« aubjert they are talking bhout. 

May 1 Inform them that Canada niigirmted tha 
|lriti*h CnmmonweaWh which la now the Commonwealth 
•f Naikma. 

Tliki daeon't have much (a da wrtib whether ar nat 
we ahmiM change aur flag f think we *HouM have a Hag 
•vmbollc nf Canada alona. 1 can think of na other reason 
for havuig a fUg. 

JOHN BRAMHAW'. 

Royal Oak. 


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yo«r Houtswarasr — bs*t Ik* 

■uthorl««d Standard Hnnttef ON 
dla|rib«tor who bringa toe alaai^ 
dapeadabla warnth plaa IliE## 
HouaawarEiar aaringa* 


Two Robbed, 
Locked 
In Car Trunk 


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Btanriard Heating Oita aea aua*d—-«wdoaad 
for tndajr’a kaatvmg ayaUmt. NaWraMfk 
jrou '4 aepart timm Id buff« alaoMag, 
and they tiol 


TORONTO tcp* Two ■ 

Power aupermarket empioveea I 
were rnhhed of a fT nno pay B 
rail at funpoint yeaierdav and B 
then k^ked in the trunk of B 
their car for ne«rh an hour g| 
before they forced Ihetr way H 
ovtf I 

Pred W'inter, ?1 and Arthur |g 
Cun'ia. J 4 . bad ^i*! picked ^ 
up the money at the Rank of ^ 

Vo«lie«i branch an Toronto* ^ 
we*tem out*klrta when an ^ 
armed man •pprnactied. _ 

Store Affi;’t*)« aald thi* wa* * 
the la» lime Ihe paymll wa* ■ 7|j PANDORA 

to h»v-a been brought frm* ■ 

ibe bank in |bia manner. .BlBBBBBBBB 


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K aat. aa«a maoey . . . heeatam hia autna 
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ThUi ifc** »n dif-livrlMHi to 
(it« toiAl for iht fiiol 11 
monllu. the 1»M ti«ur» 

wan down le 54R H32.6M hio' 
2b6.MI.9H2 for (ho ilnl 11 
month* «f IST'*^ 


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'58 Plymouths 


( losing Averages 


TORONTO 'OP* The »to<k 
market rlo*^ ml*M In Ute 


Ky ilAKKV A(H N(i 


fi»e W iiiMiit* “ •* • 

Rrami>ion Ofit haa «ii;ne<l an 
asieement to manufaciui* and 
distribute Jarnuin shoe* in 
(**n*da Jarman »hoe< *re 
manufactuied at N • 'Mile 
acroidtnc to a Vk for Oeneial .Hno# Coip 

loiui buatnesMnan who ha* 
atudied ChtnoB* tradinf 
methods. 

I he oi-der was held by a 
('anadiati espoiter. who ha* 
decUied that Aluminum Coen- 
pany of t'anada de<'Uned to 
aell the aluminum deoplta the 
faet that he held a govern 
mmt permit. 

The method emploved was 
similar to the one In w-hkh 
publtrlly had been given to 
the refusal of Ford Motor 
('ompany of t'anada to sell 


concenlrvtM Is being 


short of 


A further shipment of roppq- 
msde to Japan ihi* week by L^r 

p«nv. It will oonsist of 3.000 tons and will 
« Japanese ship st (’ow khan's new wharf at Hatch 
Point on Snsnlch Inlet 

Pie lust ahipmi'nl made la 
>^piembei **aa of S.tlOO 
o t; MaiI>Mtald PM-Oder 
who haa Jusi leiuined fi«m 


t.mono shate* 

Wedneadav'a ^ 

Among induatriala three of ^ »(<>rks 
the five m«»at active laaurs share* 

lost Fvery gioup had kia^M 
h„* »—nk» ami f.H»t* -h- wed toKO.> 

Ih. g-.HS Ihpellnra and 

refiiuLg oils were easiri , 


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the western aluminum market 
h\ ''cl'i'ig -iiplos aluminum 
<1 tie Ktii«>pean market below 
thr matket tale 

Tt'ia • .ii'^ed Alun. nium Lid 
lo redu-w Its pure of aluml* 
n,.,n !>' twn renia a poend. 
mi'*' lo ’'w Bnnns.«nr« of ta 


Grain Prices 

WLSNiPw: 'rpi A. 


MrSMJ. HI\MI LANrm\HE ihiand 

R»jaJlL ATlONd — ' rHONK Arwaler a«3«l 


ih<*wed a ga 


porter* r'-cklng up 
T**de reps^rts !!• 
*1-: Nal <41 'k- 

wr . sold fi'i e«p 

M ,*H K:' -1 • • 


*»> below “*e lv:‘ 

the i^i lent e*<*t'l 'Ded •>' 


If Red I'hiti* realK needed 
<*ir *ltim*niim M '**uld h*'e 
H.vr# In It* ally Riiaala Whi h 
Dot rtnh ^4.i a ai'iplu* h 
Mja |t*.v * '** *ell "■ 

prices he»«m «he weeletn lesrl 
(I.. I !*-.• (here *re 

«»isp»rH»ns (hat (he Red 
• 'bi*'* o’fk' was df-i>i^raie'.y 
planted to ' *u*e a I'Other rift 
between t'enada and the I* S. 


ve*ai=... pr *' >(• joe^eol 

level. 

The preferred m * \ »' e 

changed into rummon *' ’ 
rale of flO a aharo. After 
M*:vh t the i*on\ei»lon pt .e 
will he S12N) 

Aa the ctMnm«»n |* now »«’ll 
ing at I12JS0 mn*t Inveatn-.e-.' 
companies are advlaing th^'f 
ruatomera either to convert «»r 


;.i<* e were no re- 
■r.f*«ea* husjnesa. 
\sei» about in line 
iri*iand and prirea 


OK»T.S tO« HHARPA 

'''latrh-'.'leis of C p • t; m 
Lame *rwt Alataaatine have 
been made an offer to es 
.h-nge thetr *li*re* Iron Dn- 
fBietfffl Tar and t’hemn al 
TKev are being a*ked In ac 
. r|.i ivsB shaies of Dncnifoon 
Tor phi* su'd) In rosh foi 
each topsutii «hare *ieM 
Dire>!o«< of liypotfm have 
(.ried a rveetmg of «harehnl4 
ere fnt Feb 23 and are rer 
nmovenduv*: that the offer 

a''--uld he axwpted 

Domlnum Tar alteodv own* 
ahmit Ju per cen* of the •h*fc« 
of tfVpoum. It I* one of the 
K P Toy lor g»«wip of ivmii 
paokes 


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VANitH’VKR Tt 


I niistfd and Miscellaneous 


Mhei nduatriala v 

I, I W IS 

>• and w ••. ? 


mmponv i* '‘nw *i>j ■ ' ' ii if’f 
etna peio- ’« ftnrn AIV '« 
that would if f I •* ^ ' 

us dal.'- alio, aimn 

nnn . r feei 

Tbi* :* fa* m earooa of "le 
_,rent throujhput of 
SOOiklOOdO cuhtr feet, and as 
the new application* aro for 
Cauodtan use and not for e* 
port to Ilk I ' It 
what hard to understand -'-'W 
Trana'-'anada r*r hope to ••'e 
(.hi- amount within the near 
future 

Howevci with oiher p*; ' 

line mmpor-e* j^’keyHg tr ' 
go* f onirott' Tianst'arvode 
more n* less fmred to amp*. 

<tB revives in advance of 
requirement* 


<ti -.aeting* and the 
' lor a moderate solur-.e 
eaporl hu*me«a f*ve »h# 
giaM fuiurco market a alight 
cif* to the upide 

A few eonlrot*t* were ahead 
m maior fraction* of a cent 
at timeo to late dealing*, but 
at if>o*e level* offering* ho* 
rarrve a btt more liberal 


pipeline* wfi^ off 
Mines drifted lowi 


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oil. RlWlSgXd GAIN A 

Oi; pipel lie bs»atne*« (n 

I 4 .«<1* IS imp‘DMng LAna 

dian line* earned 23 414AU 

h»..el» Nn\emhe! i-om 
%. ■ I 'vit'-r-, ' .rtel* 


?i l.otutoti Stitrk rrirn 

,• .sr* i r ae • 


I/cading Traders 


^1 even if (he full uti' 
tut- <?f It* current appikati*. ** 
tof g** are not llket) to be -e 
qu>red for some time tie 
growth po«a>billite« atv oi 
only in sight, but *re aiiv*'-' 
r.^verod by the nece*aory |«-- 
mi‘» 

If eveniuall) Tr*n* (.'«■ * t* 
get* the permit to e*por> 'fl 
ihe United •^‘•te* there 
an Immediate booat ="<l 

above Ihe antktpoied ;.Ufna 
l,..wni of the domestic m»i 
*«(. 


Tormilo Mines 


|>i\idriuia nerlared 


Oaims' 


OIL NFFliet (tROW 
I 'rude oU requirement* ft<.m 
Alberto by oil refining t-*ii. 

’ ponle* during February -• .3 
again lop the lOO.OnO barrel a 
dav mark, according lo :’'e 
Alberta Oil ami <.a* « - »ei\* 
Board 

Being Ved are 41.'. 
relt a '■% up 10‘*< 

Ninel* « d»’ fi**'»' iahUw:' 

« The record fnr an\ month 
4tPM harrel* ... Aug'-"' 

I ir» 

; The 1ni'T<*4»^ defti*’>< 

'» cornea almoai e*i lustveii 

\ finm Canadian rebnet* Tiu 

,* r« demand* *r# *MII 
* bektw whai they were Iwi 
i* year* ago 


Market 


FtMllt of reindeer fout i 
in*n p^ hid* »how the p.e 
■tone <k^«ero much lai get 


The rai.llfMI «' Ihe Vf'9 
ai Ottawa r sv ‘ ' 
ra-'Cic.S from 10 pound* io a 
ma**ive 22.4P& pound* 


Fenfoy 


^^w York Market 


naturally 


PembtMon. Holmtt Ltd 


*•• CMv e 


Centr« pf artraction wnan you 
feel like relRAiny you\« got 

« heRdRtart ti^»s beert^ialB 


PIA)T M-HPMTMl 
The unfilled order f •• r 
tinrmooo wmih of t.:anodiaii 
aluminum fni Red «■' Ta 
could posHibh he pari of a 
rofortiunr’ pk*i to tu< “p 
linrrst between >i ii-.n 


brewed naturally 


>««« ei'tto ow US 
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and mature, you 


rornnto Oils 


i.nl0ary IJve$ttH'k 

evuiaav ce. om* • 


for fP€B HOMe D£UV£RY phone 


t (■ Holme* Presi 
Pemberton, Holme* 
ileased to annmince 
V]„ 14 )*ion ha* . med 
a« = 1 ^ Repre 
Mr. Middle*.-- bn-T'. 
a s-'HiivI baekgmti— 
■* 1 ..«e l_-v w-lMge :. 
ief<.;* w;.';rh i?e h*d 
:th the n.v.al <'■>■■ ■ 
''-.I police a* r*“ 
Ml -vger fm ll"" 
and siartf^ ““ 
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COMPANY 


825 FORT ST. (Mm lla«ik*ri St ) 


Cdlontlt VUleriN, 5.C, Frl^ it*. Zl* IMS ^ 


F^recffMt for 


(Hnmoiis 


OTTAWA (CPi Minixlrr SIjiit. replyms 

to A Common* opposition charge of govemmeni In- 
activity in the face of unemployment, said Thuraday 
Canada U well on the way out of the receMson. 

T^ AccuMiton waj mad* by 

Paul Martin <L. fjwaa Ea*i> Ncmlan. who report* lo PariU- 
who aaU (he roitnl fare* meiit on broa<h*a*t manera. and 


OTTAWA ti'P> Tite bud levenu*. aiiainj Imm a Bhaip 
fei Klnan<'e Ki«nin( upswing in Cantda'a aaoonal 

»U1 place before Paillament pioducuan. infocmania said 
In a lew montha will be baaed Tbura<^> . 
on foreceaia ef ntiita federal They said the 


Indirationa 


m ef he aaid ihe mat I* ‘entirely 


the moet aefloua 


had atnce the dark daye of 

IMO” 

Their earhange during Ihe 
Commons Ihrena *peech de- 
bate followed the 


all g'Mat* and servu-e* pnatuced 
wiU climb by fonr oi fivo 
per rent this veer lo a new 
high Of tome mTuo.Oia)uun 
tiiNn the final eftiimai* of 
131.101) out) uno for ttioa. 

Thu* vuihnui taking in ihe 
o( higher use- 
fe<lei«l budgeUr> levenuet tor 
19y>do m*> luM to ebiiut 
g. itnusiono iompared with 
at Tnonio rsei' foi the runem 

Hnoe\-er hu>1gei«r} tperHling 
r?ot ineliidtng oullJ>a for old 
age p*ik<(tMi« tould run lo 
•time gi.mjDOnn.unii upstighUy 
from the T w.Qnn iwo w hlrh 
likely wtll he the total for the 
present }T*r eiMting next 
Msnh II. 

On the be*l« nf th>i*« etli 
ms'es. informants said, the 
budgeur)' deftrit tor the 
current >eai rould res. h ».p to 
tWmnnnoiH) and rnuld •nil be 
a retafivety high fGno.onoono 
for the nest flaral )«ar. 

A deficit of thi« taller tire 
wiMiid m«Ve it difflcndt for the 
govetnmenr tn h<*M the J -le 
against expansion ef the coun 
lr> • nseney ««ippty 


Xiade eral government had taken a 
■ Lib "iimoroua atiHude*' toward the 
leti ex I'nited Slate* 

"In ihoae yeaia. Iio <Mr 
P«»arao«t waa tip* toeing 
'Thione through Ihe tulip*, afraid to 
aav bm to a goo«e. ' Iho trade 
Lib- miniater aaid 


mlnlstei a have been eierted from ouuUie eial Lea lei IVaiauti when 
dlM'loaure of figure* indicat- Canada to kill the aaie uf leriiai oflaii* nuittaiet i 
Ing that unemplnymeni waa fl.iuvom worth of Canadian ' afiakl to *ay boo lo * guo 
still ufi the rtae oorly Ihia aluminum lo Red ITiina. Mr In 
mwith. Peaiaon had a*ke<l Ttiutada> SpevN h ileb^ie Wedneeday. Mr 

ifa.aaa Joai.i-jsN 

He said that irglatrallon for 
)oba at the National ilmploy- 
ment Seoico efftcoa totalled 
7«»NM ai Jan. a. Thla was 
4C.itS lea* than the 791.371 
regtsirailon* In January. 19M. 
but an lircreosa of 17V.649 from 
tite .^7t.XT7 In the middle ef 
la«l month. 

In his speech afterward. 

Mr Riarr stressed live 4 3 per 
cent derltne from Ihe level a 
year eorllei. and aaid Ihe NES 
llgura at l>ec 34 was per 
eeni below tho comparable 
eeek of ja»7. 

Tiiese tarts show Dial we 
: are well on mir wav out of 
tha reressum. he said 
NHT TOO Um 

Mr Martin «id the net 
figure of 749 NMO at Jar, | 

** * low 

!>• Iha< (•lial should he 
^ ■•tdeil p..« -UK' aontlier 
- -Oixxi whn /Hit.. I regi><«r for 
)i,ii* iMwaiise iivev hoc* ex- 
•«*•: unempiwv ment it. , 
ame rralms plus aauOtrf 
dixxi fishermen nnt ’ nU-,* 


VILAS 


PUvfM ■< 
Or>«r bcfnr* 

M a kraa 


Actual 
leUB pro«* 


For Casual Charm and Comfort 
In Living-Room Furniture 

Colonial furniture that has enduring qualities which ftre lo 
lx* found in simplicity of design and good appearance. 


f*ur.sc ^as Keturned— Emply 

tVnml«w« after (-'M was stolen front |>ur«e left in a 
downtown store wa* Mrv. I^onie Arthuni. above, 
with bnh> Brenda Lee HerhusharwI. W N Arthunv. 
Sfe 4. Bridge, w unemployed Family ha.s no 
money for food unlU next unemploxYnenl I’heque 
Pume waa relumed empty. (I’olonitl photo ) 


UrgrtI to Ship *f.omhtrrri4d 


OtTHOPHONIC 
HIGH HOEUTY 


IT PUTS MUSIC THAT 
SURROUNDS TIUl 

The •'UKBONAlRf* 

a ’wo-tn-One 
stereo pit kup 
plavs Living 
.S'rren and 
mm'siiral 
rerorda’ 


Oil Sands 

A-Blast 

Studied 


a Two m One 
ampllftcf 4i> 
you < an use 
■'•Mf TV’ a* 
the estr* 
•penke* ' 

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S(iraker** 

a T'lamond 
Stereo ai^lual 

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Anthem 

Opposed 

By Sec t 


GE.NEROl 8 TRADE-IN 
NO DOWN PAYMENT 

Ae* P«g* 15 for More Frotureo 


KMJMOIX nr>K 


SKTTLF 


Nation’s Best Air Cadets 
Honored Tonight in City 


HINti CMAIE 


HWl\ Cl. ROCKMl 


U)VK RRAT 


OTTOMAN 


BRniNCi TARLK 


Open Till 9 Tonight 


Canadas mnai rfflrlent aM loiies No m Air v adet 
•ade(» the IMksirong Ir Vtc ^asdrfNi wl<l b* hmtoied 

Top sqviadrdn amoi g am 
•rTOs* If* c«Hif)trv last year 
the Virtarta gfo-ip will be 
swsfled Uta Rt'AF A«^ is- 
iMKi ptolictancy trwphy by Air 
Marshal W A I'urtM asaoria 
tkwi pieatdent. at crrem<Mii*e 
at Work ^(hi Barra^-ks 
A parade atartWig at 7J0 
p^m at the drill hall inaide 
Ihe Munro .ktreei entratwe. 
will precede Inaperttan by the 
air maishal and preaeniatton 
of Ihe trophy to 'ak* place 
in the radar bonding 

live award •cx-ompanied 
by a - roU and a rs«h grant 
I* given yearly to the aquad- 
ron which excels ait ntheta m 
Iroinirg remmumiv work. 
*xtis<'urrl<ulor ■(Uvniiea. ad 
miniatratHm and Mllvity of 
the lorol sponammg «-om 
mitifo. 

No W .Sqiudmn. under 
Squadron Leadei B. A. Mac 
tfowan. la sponsored by tbe 
Kinsmen Club here. 

Lieulenant Governor rronk 
Rosa wUl he among provincMl. 
dvir. and muniripol gnvem- 
mont representatives *t the 
tneseniatk— 


BOOKCASE 


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STEP END TABLE 


RENAULT 


(/fippn. Priori Philip 

PVraf ^/anaton f»urafj 

Queen f llaaheih and Frtme 
Philip will bo Ihe hr«t oinrul 
gue«u at Guvcmmeni House 
when tl.ev viaii Virtnrta la 
July . Ueuienanl tiovernor 
Frank Russ said In lua Throne 
Speech yesterday 


50 TRESTLE 

END TABLE 


VkU the Homo ami Vo a DRHay af 

VILAS MAPLE 

for Llxing Room. Dtaiag R4M>m aad Bedrdoai 


Treit Yov Stoauch 
Kitk Rmpcct 

li you rs drmkmt milk to gtvo 
It a raat*’. rood boss evoo ulcer 
cuferef* bnd * ly • r w * / diet 
bauer' Leiaa* wuikpsahno your 
■tomsi.b ikcMsu on' avsrvibtBg 
adiblo. Fabrusry Rsadar a 
Digoel roport* that your slom- 
wb t*. to fact, s dspeodabl* 
rmopsntoo - rss*(MHu pormd- 
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$ Batltt (tolontfft 


AH'XUr twifTw may not mean too much but the 
Weatem Hockey LeasiH*. whtch ia uiotalty the league to 
•X ► rtment with aomefhing ne\^. coukl well ptek up the 


Ho<'key League. Theie. j*eleotorii pick all-atar leama m 
mid-keaaon and again at the end o( the aeaiam. Total 
poinU from the two votm dr<'ide the official all*«tar 
team for the .seaaon. 

Th* m*kM It fw>i only pi**<hjc^« cn«#i<t«*r* 

ah|» hnrko> piihlirtty hut it u th# taireat w«^. siving 

th# fellow wh.-*. pU>« well In the (irit half of the ee«*nn 
a <-henr« to «it)i (he lelinw who pula on a apurt 

near the wire which Influencea thnae given the )<>b of making 


lO Rpent the nvnp»tii«>r waa Bobby Lovo. 
of hia pmfea who retired laal ftoaaon, wtih 
rareer in W dJO pointa Fielder waa next 
w at (’aigary. with 3bi point <l4b^4ldi from 
ihfriga aewn up •'Wi game#, and he atarted th'a 
rided the W> --t aeaaon aa if he meant lo make 
ha would play *ha dtfferanca m ah«*rt 
Older. 

ihat Dor»hn> B«it Dorohoy, raapundlng to 
ildor hoa been • new aeiibig and tha hPca 
the paat five rrowda ha haa nei|«ed bring 
( h« actually mto tha Stampe>M Corral, 
mlnta on CWm atarted to mako up grouiwl a 
apan. although month ago and la hot on iha 
red T7 pointa a trail of a new leagua record 
pail five tea «vlth one or more pointa from 
vired 121 goals hia last IT gamea He 1* thtea 
lied with .thd poinia behind FleUter. Mb?, for 
amajung aver- gamea played ao far thia aea* 
lan M pninie a a»(i but haa pla.*.| (hraa fewer 
>) had 142 gnala gamea than Finder. 

So. aa of thia morning, 

eaann. Dornhoy Dorohey a record abowa 1ST 

■ from goala and 4T) aaaiMa ~ 729 

I and hla rUiaaat poinia from 6I9 gamea. wn e 
— ■ . Fielder haa 15# goala and 47d 

. a«*>*ia dJi point*— from iJi 
' gamea. 

rAHKpM |d>\ ■ 

I I I I Fielder haa passed Lmo m 

• w ^ ^ total pomu to rank next to 
Dorohoy and Iha Seattla 

I centre should and up ahes.1 
V m aasiala by the and Of the 

. ^ 1 jae.*- -::. Do -'lOy, Mwever. 

1 *1 I . laa bad more aucresa in pul* 

f j|_ Umg tha puck into the n#< 

and M atill safely in fmiit 
bv im pointa. He'll ba SO tn 
WTttee, astd the March while Ftelder turned 
tU ba made up 3i last November, 
era and a aerre- event, M should he 

furicnon on the ^ real battle, l^rrlnc injury. 


In any event, the method of selection In the WHL Ihia 
aeavon leaves something to he desired Sele<*tors will have 
lKi‘r halkitf within two wieeki an that the;, lan do their 
voting well in advs'tce of the second annual allitar game, 
to be played March 3 in Vancouver. 

Thii> >-• -f- pisver* leading the poll at each poalifon In 

IN vfllinx - • allvlat game will he officially recogntied 
aa a member o( Ihe divisional all *t*r t luh* Inasmuch aa 
iiMny. If r.-it at), of the voiea will he «est a1 least six weeks 
before the end of >he season II iru leases the fham'es of a 
descrv'-- olc,.;; nol winning live recognltloo he earned 


Hin liiK'k Him 

Winner of Ow V'trtorik Kl«h »nd (^me ProterfUd the Mcllwiin 

A«*ori»Mnn * iWr hunting compcrition. Glen of In# traph 

TMelb. nght. who hogged a lfi2-pount1 buck. *c- V^. newiyn 

cepu th# trophy from Rich WUliami, irpreaenling (Photo by R 


N.">w Ihst the suhject haa been bmught up. a Western 
Dt>!?:-)n a>' ^ hailoi poses mote problems tr.*n usual this 

sesann Otilv Fielder atarvda out above the rest at his 

pgattion and It s bkely that votes wiU ba split among more 
plsvcss than is ord?r:-'s1) the 

Take goal, for !— s-vre Biu.e Gamble Iha V-~ --jver 
rwr' * haa ■ -jiouia an*> 'w'. in the g<. * pei game 

averages but would ynu take him over Fmile Fraivcis Marcel 
PWlletier nr Bev Beilley this season* rUmhIe is playing he 
h*- ‘ a rtefenatvely minded club et V y.aa shown dehnlU 
ir-. --.“.aiaiebcy and ms gam# a.rrage ts 307. only fair. 


Bv 

Watt Ottaen 


Protest Made 
By Sportsmen 
Over Grants 


thU di' • that ha la tha biggest rer-*-’ why Spokane 
vip<-<iica h- - proven aurprlsingly hard lo beat. Bui Kramia 
has been -harged with fr-r goaU a game Bentleys case is 
hard to figure H- •’-s the advantage of playing for If' team 
which bas M Ihe division (tom Ihe start but then the Tniems 
are an offe~-iv«|y mirvted ctuh, and that makea a di((eren> «■ 
to a goalkeepei 

Pelletier who Inst out last season to Bentley tn tha all 
star vole hut ted his division with a 2 43 average and a 
record lying e;„!^t shutouts haan t quite been h»a old self in 
recent games But a reiurn to form for the balance of the 


b# ProtacHv# Ajbociatinn 
g iny rwiudton in fh# pro- 
rt glint# branch of th# D#» 
i'on«»*rvaUon last night at 
tia annual meeting. 

With a big Increase In the 
sale of hiiiinf.g lu’encoa. mem- 
(ell :‘>a( tha prom 
Shown by tha fish srul game 
- -.:..v.:Jd *ve to 

than the |lb9 IV 
T7>e mem 
record ss 
the 


Caldwell, presl missron In ( ansa*. row. while D 

» Bt* Racing so t rBTAINTY 

♦ty. summed up sa.d Ihar* la no ^ eight fi 

rtfi when ha said y|,at m# aommiasion hoy haa fir 

, ; ..=nemv.t gam l„, r^"? 

.u r. as IMS and iw^rse player In B.C. wiU 

,gh tim. we had ^ commission ' ^ 

lhay ate ma 

means horse ranng i« .hta 

“I'-: ■ 

I Csllfornis whet# rating com ev**e*» 

the mmmi-«o« »" lb* pro*"‘»«»e« •« 

,i.i. t- i Iha apert. n«*si«sb a w 

'oi , SwSalMe vw 

McronpelV Van Among those who expreoaed r»u 

approval of the profwwal wera 
.la<k Diamond president af the u*w*k tsMs 
B*’ Turf Aasociatlon. Bill 
. Rsiwiall repiesenitng Ihe Aacol 

**" *».***' * Jorkev Club BiU Lcchead, a»**B«s tt*4* 

pre*-*^^l of the BC divtaMNt 
rtf tlie llotsemen s Benevolent 
sod Protective Asanrtatlon. and sewM 

FJirte E L#wis presiding stew 
aid at Lansdown# Park fUra a« 

Sm« 

Lourse Wwew vsw 

Ttv Ascot Club opararea tha 
fail meeting at .9andownt #■”. ” *^*?*. 
park u— c«:as 

Mr<'onnel| aatd one of the 
moat important steps that v«*4 tuMru 
mav he laken by the commis 
sirt,. will cer.tta around the s».i.-'*‘ 
parimutuel tax It will also JoioYa sro 
sort out dispulro between 
•»‘i!*es over raring dates 
“At present the Pr govein 
1 meni re>eivea $l.2Vl.(*V' from Bivkwirs 
rs “ng ifi Bt' re aatd. 
bin -TAhKOiT" .® 

Tha iakeo.it lag for B* 
rent TTua 


Game 

Problems 

Numerous 


or Jim Hay of tha Cougars, 


Fielder's close s t rival at centra li 7 . '“lably Max Mektiok 
of Spokane After those two. G....tie Haworth of the -. —.^fsrs. 
renkta Ted Hampson of the Canu.''xs. Del Topoll of Bpnkan*. 
Art Jonas of the Royals or* 

For laftwingscs It could he rloae between Val Fonieyne 
of Seattle or .“ur Al NteboUon But r.oidte Fashoway could 
apurt ta 35 ar 40 goala Chlng Johnsen has Jk and should wind 
up with 40 and Hugh Barlow has 47 points. 23 of them goals 
And (1 w*ems the same at tight wtnc Rugged Pat Hannt 
gan of Ihe Royals has 24 goals and 2# sssists hut Danny 
Ballsla of Ihe Canucks. George Ford of the i'o:]fsrs and Al 
Johnson of iha Spofces have haen d<v>Mg right well It would 
he rtlfflcuh enough lo make a good selection at the end i»f 
the •eas --- Hut ptrktng the NAHL all stars early la bound to 
ba an inJiMtM# in tHma cases. 


per rent nvore 

taV:— iq last year. 
bSTMilp went on 
5-sr'i'^'"»"ly «Ppo«*''I 
and gam# branch a abate #f 
*”t* revenue hei:-g reduced 
Tha meeting also axpressed 
-r.-.;.,-rfn over the la< k of ar 
cess to rivers and lakes in 
pr and passed a rr- <tloo 
4 -ving the gcvernmeil to pro 
vide access tn all flsblrg and 
huntlng'aresB In >he province 

.>FW PBhwinrNT 
barm to (;ju Post was elecied presi- 
dent of Ihe asaoriallon Other 
If mors officers sleeted Incliida: Cliff 
Ha'S, vice p» I' • ^‘tent , Jim Mow 
sa Rah secretary treasurer: Dick 

h •. and i reech recordtng serreiary. 
riera for p^iertsd to the executive were 
Jne Garnet H "n -arelll T 

(aniu Zs.roaraMi. J « 

to fonil# 4 >rlw B'»d 

Bond B'11 Pearrili. J P>oo. 
j Alec i .-iHtjV:. •' Hamilt''-' 

This B£:i Dinik’-. ar-i :..r. Goodn-.e-. 
I. IK* Guest apea^-. H weta Don 


•n»e departmenl of recres 
tlon and conservation, tn its 
firs! report 10 tha legUUMure 
since Its format imi. said 
Thursday it had prohlema. 
Ths department listed a' 

(east — ‘■'i^ms |t fhmighl 

were ma|or m US operattoP- 


Vlcrtors will r-i'k (or one d,. -- only hut a glanro at 

Prsirta cluha rertainlv indUaies i'‘st Ed Dorr”*'* the ex 
Cougar who ta responding “ well to hit crowd* and new - - 
roundings that he appears to he leading « -'r^ry s rookie 
tliwlded Slampederi to a champwnahip. wiU again he an all 
flai this aaaann 

And It will he against touch rompetlUrm from su«h as 
taammate hid nr:i>ey. Gem MHnyk and rookie Murray Oliver 
^ Edmf ' 5 lo« and she . —'ha- k;ng Barry R.ias of Winniprg 

Veteran Lou J* ' - • ^kt who has been piling gc"** 

•Ince Iwtng put -r. a t:-.- with C-. will get a stiff argii 

ment from Winnipeg rtv^kie (>iry f-;'- '*n for the leftw* -_ 

spot For fight “‘- 5 . It ’d he between vMerana Bill 

Moshenko and Is.^.e MrLeod Rav K'nssewirh and Rc.r. 

Leopold a ‘ le who is the other frtinw i 4 ^h;?ig In on 
I)ofnhov s p!.?---— ; 

Vete^T - H'-.:. * Bud Mai-rheiWrn Fred Ht ul and 

Brdi -.~hryrtal ar a fm* gi. »p of — "’ei» ^ H. Dave 

Amadio make defci . » *‘r-s i;; the - • " P;.'. as 

tough aa the*, are . Hr ? for a different 1 . R-'- L.“ Rr- 

Et*..',arda of Calgary ‘ -- Ihe e.tge in gr,.i! Hm Al Rothns “Ml 
ptay half the -hedule fr>r W innipeg =:sd tf the vr?*‘^g •* »s d---“~ 
at the end of the ;.'*.----»n mtfht have wqA the nod hv a margin, 

Toughest rte<islon of all lr* Pralrte selectors will he the and complete figures cannot 

r>!i\er Bf vn. yet ks supplied ^ 

.:her sparkling The department said that 
•■unfortun*!-*' . ■* th‘:c wss so 
:t problem con (rniexse tn hunlioff accidents. 
•ensiKie sH Star sPh agam iw» Ogures in 

were supplied hu* sai*! ‘hat in W 
ett'h esse of an Ihe 

1 1 . fiiearms Ii>-e»^-* of the person 

piat responsible was lifted 

Trout hatcher) prodttctlon 
from H.nnn 


Chile Tournamcnl 
Al Boiling Point 


lie Things 


ve Hv»rn. fei^’»nsl fish SANTIAGO 

arwl Ted Bsr-hy of aren I exactly chill) down '-■r-- 
1 president of the i.i (Tilie Rusetan aod Buigsr 
teraiion ol Fish and lan learnt have hroo threat 
ened with forfetiure of all Iheir 
r-.-n WM rhe assorts vtctones If they ref^ - to pUv 
iiw*r button and -Muh Na(t"rvsl»sl (luna in tha world 

1C pound buck. » . 

rhilcxn Ba-xethaf1 Feder- 

* ?uc:r 

« .bd J. A I-uc. 

WHietary genetal of the Inter 

(lan liyTKO 

AVailst 'API Jones as 

vrdsn *«»red a third „heduled 


rartng IS 21 S per 
IS msd# up of nine per »*.> 
to the tra.ks. 12 per cent to 
Ihe prov«r«tal government 
and hall of one per ront to Ihe 
federal governmeoi . . 

"Befoie the rommi-^lon wsa 
otganired in Ontario. Ihe same 
lakeoi^. dales and pv?"' 
•,-r.eduie disputes were heard 
But the proMnrtal government 
was ronvlnced fmall.v of 
lowertni tha takeout to I5<s 


rA-uiiiegians 
Tie for Lead 


PAIJM SPRINGS Calif 'API 
A patr of former college 
atar* lank) Paul Hainey of 
W'orroster. Mass, s-vd Jim 
of Winalon ?ta1em. N C., 
fired gAa. five strokes under 
par. late Thurwtav to lake s 
slender lead in the first round 
of the tlMlOO Thunderhird 
tnvilatl'msi gulf inmnament. 

^lan IdC«>nsrd of Vancouver, 
(he ooit I'snadian In tha 
lournsiTvent had a 34 .15 70 


H -»-tdS up to tH:r.= H 
fronting a f- ” nevt is 

vote He shouK^. I he wonymg now 


romped over Ni 
William Jooe*. China A4 Tf ^ 

Cnlied arvd 

toners of Rrs 

offirtala quoted dtdn t pla> Thursday 
that the 


was doubled 
pounds to 2 # dOtJ pounds last 
year by the use of new trout 
feeds and doubla anpping 
J taring faculties hy the use of 
hftth summer and w.l n I a r 
spawned irmjt. 


2 ‘ tuns for the '-ss of on# 
V. b.v Ihe of play 

Thuraday 

R.^ii Butcher s >43 niha In 
five hours 35 mlnuiM waa ihe 

h . .-ntrt^jilon lo tha 

West Indies toial 


MADRA.d. India Reuters - 
The West Indies crtrkei team 
was vIrtueSJy a^—red of win 
ning Kx aecood teal agai.ei 
Ifidia by amassing VW run* In 


\our 

Cofnmnnity -f Iwned 


liriefly 


Teams elimlneied 10 roe 
pieum.'.ary rounds will play 
in 3 cooiM'IslmM touinament 
at three towns near Prague 
at Kladno. Kolin and Mlada 
fV»i’?slav while Ihe other 
trxma ro*hpe»e f*»f tha champ 
kmaht|| 


wlib I 

AL MICHOISON 

\A. 

Edmonton 

srtd 

TOKY (F5»t#b hf|) 
LESWICK 

ARKNA 

SATURDAY 

JAN. 14— ^..V» PM. 

RM. - v4ua 

Price*: 

|.*A . |..\b I.T5 • tbb 
I blldresi HaK Prtce 

TVkr-U dolly at Hud 
sfM * Bov ( ncnpwoy — 
moln floor 


meet 


Spokane Pros 
Draw Fewer 


iSr. Ifall 
Schedules 
40 (woines 


haaehall with tha Auburn 
Tigers this spring ... A. 4«e<i- 
msM of Colemsn Gianda of the 
B<* • Allwria Montana Inter 
medisie league haa been sua ; 
pended for a year for sinking 
, referee . . . Russian hm-key 
offirtala have roK'Ued a plan lo 
have Ihe I'nlverslty of Mln- 
ne«fiia represent the I foiled 
.Sistes In ganves • : cduled In 
Jd.f-.TW next winter herau«e 
there sre no iniercnlieglate 
athleilr- IP R'f !* and there 
«...iid he interest Jn a 

r . » nlloge lesm Bert Bell. 

!''t>er of Ihe Nalhinsl 
F-.ilH*'! I.,eat;*e has dertded 


Buffalo hiinlmg. on a llm nnaia 01 me Aus.r ,n 

. ^ ««.,« hA llondl tennis champioba 

Ited basis may one# again be ^ defeatlbg 

allowed In Canada. Wchmidt of Sweden. 5-4. 9-7 

It la expected l^af Ihf North 7 *, Australians Neote Fr 
west Terrllones Council will Xsrti have alx-. 

give approval lo a r*;*‘‘atlon the sr 

permitting s kill of or>e buffalo quarter final 
and -Mfing the lkcn»e lee 
The rouncil. rofnprtaiHl of five Au?*isUa 
elecied and four s| * 

mcfbera. merts 
Ottawa 

Appr'*v*l ir. I 
alread) iv-en g 
K-.C-=urs -hHh spiw.. 
fair, wandering 

boundaries » 

National Park near 
beria horHer. 

• a a well 

At r.X OI.MrnO of the so* 

United *iat*a #mar#d thd ■•tnl •»'tl 


TM> HIM.IAMH. who won 
hla sixth Amertron League hat* 
111.; :rtwn Iasi year said yes 
lerday that si he ‘an I shoot- 
fnr an) goala hut wnykl 
id Inlurlcx ihr" sea 
• • that be^'-h drives 
I," (George Bofl'a 
i>u lo promote 3 heavVwreHht 
l.?ht In l(a- ana h h.’i 1 
uriM-.l «iT'- n b\ Je*e |/wsda. 
h*ef of I'ub* ■ Nat: f**'rts 


ii finals, while a 
mat* li hetweeo 

Barry MacKav of Ibr U R and ln»f 

I r Hoy Proeesoa will like to av 
ppotnled he pUyed tod*v . wherm 
Monday in 1 .Ular. who *110x1 fi*r an esti- 
mated BW-T haa h---'..me Ihe 
-|ple has :'. jKtx 1 r=aid ...trhcr i« Ihe hr- 
to the loiv of the Chfc-go White 'irrx 
10 huf . , , logettMr ioh*r»*ecw», .^wed 
frorn ihe *ri * < '.r*c i*cr> > nri.t ■ - . J- ivy- 
nf Wood Buffalo w. lihi champ'rt ‘ will -ff'-v? in 
tha Al New York 'oday to sign for a 
title bout with world heavy 
waighl champion Fh*vd Pa4ier- monion T 

Ha# B4«*ef. a standout will sign afier the ha*eHal| sea 
r Iha Univbnity of ton ends. Both intend to play 


rta 4 .Semof Amateur 
I t^esgue. Whi< h starta 

•nd year of <vperallon 
H'ng will play • 

- hertnle 

r -A III he s league game 
,|-*ds-. \V,-.".-.r- 13V 

-.S and FiifU) evening 
A(^-.r>headef each >01 
|.a»t 'cr!^>'n games 

I-.- eft onlv three days a 


tpf'esl H-i' off*' 

Th** pt.’Umir. i 
f-TTiC-- will he T”*' 
. 5 T TS'c final ic-ii- 
glF. St r*ague» rw 
capacity u# palac# 


-1 Mat cl. 
•i Will he 
ru t 2 fWl 
March 9 . 


The «I liadule will begin May 

1 C and run through Aug- 15 . 






MUffr 


MAN< MlQiTBE. S.H. — 
Bo*4<tn KmI U««t«r Tad 
\\IIHaim MM InlmdttMd f«r 
lha flmt Urn* to Mnk ( Mar 
at a dionar Itald In 
hta tMNMM- rarantb 

H# iMVMiflit dona tba 
iMMiM with ‘‘wall. I’m cted 
to hav« HnaJIv mat tlia baaa 
•r thli outfit." 


At Santa Anita 


Concaminf hU daalra (or a 
fight with Moora: Sugar 
aaplainad “I won't ba happy 
unlaaa 1 win a third crown. 


SEW YORK (UPD — 
A breach balvwean Sugar 
Ray Roblnaon and th« In- 


of hla two Utio bouu with 
BaiUk». Sapt. 23. 1257. and laat 
Marrh 35. 


tkmal 


ARCADIA, Caiif.-^ockey Eddie Arcaro waa the 
hottest thing on the track here at Santa Anita Thurs- 
day. He rode five Hinnant. tncluding the last three in 

an eight-race card. 

Artara had accepted mounli ^ 

In all but the aecond ra* e He • mu ntrMi* 

cnnne«iad in the third on Sonc Jw*»**' «**“■ 

h>td after running out 

of the monev on Mr Drag (n r^u* 

the opener; loUowed up with a ^1;“ T,?V* **“* 

win on Knigmoiiim 'ts m' in 

the fourth, had anulher liwer ••• gniiMi oi m4 

In Uord rauntieroy in f*'* mwwwmu 

fifth, then arored with Gala m»i 4 e>» laiatia 

n.iUh*t.UO-.N\arhead.rv>. 'rr.MTS'’M!IV"M iwwMt aJi." 
and Timher t Son 'ISTOi In *..• » 

Ihe last three uu** om« * «a >•* 

fViatU. entiles and aeloc- m>.-- «aia. u.t •••f aMi 
|i-na follow. «• wum. m 

1 MI Ma«i a B»ai I ra *•“•!!?*!! 

a**ra om Muea> ** 

FrM Sm* mm* ••!>«« t«* AMMI ,Um«a«r < >' 

t«4r-*«**. MIX M>i 'orM a:— tM Smb**** n U**t>0«M 

rw A» La>- *«• raM> !*•«>•« ai«r L *y w i**i 

'A**** a* Ml M M |i M B : ->«r Wiii.m Mma * ew*t*. tW 
ot**i lm • I* 1 w a*A«« 

^■M *f«Ma •a*'-.: 1 M 

Aoa 14* Oaif t>« S4t.« !>»••' FUv* a«r» Mat* '‘•iv>o( TWr 

!>«»**•« r«l AMtai«:s Ur OiM **ftrMa« **4 «* xi •-« * Mil fwr 
(l— »r». Im<»' IJ 1 1 


The middleweight cham- 
pion angrily declared that! 
if he hdd to sue the IBC 
and United ArtiaU for cer- 
tain fight-movie money, 
"then I'll never fight for 
Truman Gibaon and the 
IBT again.” 

Hia declaraikma followed a 
cnnlorenro with President Gib- 
aon of the IBC at IBC head- 
quATteru 

After the ronferenre. an IB(' 

, apokasman reported (hat Sugar 


today ” 

Robinaon waa welterweight 
tl47pound) champion before 
he won the mkldlewelcht (160- 
pound iitic. He tried to take 
the light • heavyweight • ITS- 
pound* rhamp'onahip from 
Joey Masim on June 35. 195J. 
but he waa overcome by the 
iM-degree heat in Yankee 
Stadium and lost on a Hth- 
rnund lerhmral knockout. 


tuma from the flnt fight and 
30 per cent tram the aerond 
one, 

‘BlOK t'lX>t?K‘ 

But Ihe flguree they thawed 
me were ridiculous. " he aa- 
aerted **( won’t accept them. 
And U BaaiUo doea. he’a aiUy. 
UnlesB they give me my right 
hJi ahare, HI taing ault against 
hnih the IBC and United Art 
latA the diatributort.** 


New, TKat'g Sentiblel 
Phone EV 4-5513 

or write 


Durelle 
To Quil 


Ray had told Gibaon he shoufd ; 
fight either Arrtate Moore, light 
heavyweight champioiv^r Car- 
men Baalttn #x rnldmewetght 
ruler, a* hla next opponent. 
MOOKK n&HT I 

Rut Robmaon said. "1 told 
GibMVt t waniad a shot at 
Moore's Ughi haavyofeight title 
in my next tight, and that t 
could defend against Baailto 
iaier " 

The SSyearold champion, 
orw of Ihe greatest all round 
fighters in ring history, was 
Incensad over the (tgures 
shown him Thursday as his 


LETHBRIDGE. Alta. fCP) 

. Yvoo Durelle of Bate Sta. 
Anne. N B-. British Empire 
light - heavyweight boxing 
champion, said tfi an Interview 
Thursday that he ^ns ta 
quit boxing this falL 

DuroUe said hia fight this 
fall with Arxhie Moore, world 
light^vy weight champion. 
UkaJy will be hlaiaat uniaai he ' 
should win the title. Even If 
he wins, the fiahermao added, 
be wiU quit boxing aoon. 

Durelle said he plana lo bite 
new trainers and hamUera for 
the next Moore fight and will 
dismiss everyone but manager 
Chris Shsbsn. * 

Duralie. who lost to Moore 
in a tltie fight In Montteal 
Dec. 9. said he la trying to 
hire Charlie t;oldman. the 
foimer trainer of Rocky 
Marciano. 

Duralie was In Lethbrtdgt 
for a aporta har>qu#i. 


.MIKE HAWTHORN 
. . killed on quiet rohd 


Ex-Racer Hawthorn 
Meets Ironical Fate 


In a short 


dozen accidents 
career w bleb carrlad him to 

tracks in North and South 

cotlidrd America. Africa and through- 
out Europe. 

He waa orte of three bright 
ynung British drivers two of 
whom rwm are dead Peter 
r'alilru. Ilawthom's dose 
friend, waa killed In the Ger- 
man grand prlx last Aug X 
at year Stirling Moaa ta the surviving 
member of thp trie. ^ 

Hawthnm recently had he- 
rnrae engaged lo marry Lon- 
don model Jean Howarth. 31- 
year old green-eyed blnnde. 


fi r I L n y O R I'. Englartd Royal Au‘omobile Club said It 
AP' Mike Hawth^un. world was Involved wtth a tru^. 
[•hsfn^^xn lar rscirtg driver. ”11 completed a 
k.ii^i >11 an automobUe aomersaull and then 
C-— TT'-aTvd*) *db a r»»adAkle tree an olfl- 

The death af ih* J?yrsr old nsl *■»>•' ’ liawihoin a car wa< 
bachr rr waa one of the rrm*t a • -^pleie wi>i.- off 
irmiv sn *porr; htttory. KniKr.ll MttlM KkilXt 

Af(er ta* ' death a th *o E«rty this month llaw*h»m 

,r 

killed a road sn ViP VnttM Si*\r . 

southern yogiand only a few for water apeed king Donald 
weeks after he retlre>l from Camphall In trying for a 
raitig record When he agreed lo 

Ha««hiKn won the world deputU# for I'amphell if ne 
grand :wi\ champinnshtp last re w ary. Hawrhom added “Rut 
t.n Paltan Fenan cars [ will not do any mors motor 
Hawth:~>in wa* driving to racing ' 

Ln-*dnn in hla Jaguar and the Mswihooi was Involved in a 


r »>■.<« 4 m a>w«m< m ra m 

L*/S 4rt V«4*- 1 

u*> iWMt 

A'M >•>• acwua a»4Mi> U4> 

U«»>i >4a. o*Mi* eMwTM 


The great new hits of tadayl 
The apectacalsr hits of yester- 
day t Performed by the big 
name artists you love moat! 
Pops. jass. country-western or 
claaaici at one remsrkabla 
pneo — only |19g! Ask your 
dealer about RCA Camden 
Stereo at tXH- 


EDDIE AP.i'ARU 
. . b4*r day 


mr.KMc.HT yNTRIEk 
eiaer v tKf* >«"-4.»* 

a*-« lu a<M«> Sm 4 til 

fr>T< III ssaSr * On M S tit 
aiv/<si a4«>« ni euuM lU 
a*j>ST <u<' >lt SMM Tbsssh t>* 
IW** SAMMSI lit arMk III 

SM^ MAS Ul U>»* laAiM •’* 
A.*-. Tiwk III l.*a* Fteew lit 
T lit L«-4 lit 

W«M A«4iU III lit 

sMosn Sacs wi>* *ii>*e«<a 
?, AP'.i I'o a** lit 

c^t o* X*« IM m 

lawM— IM A-l*Sw«.*->« 

c>.<* Wm* K>4 >14 M -S-4U >•* 

Dm*<m Wm :*4 a««H>L iri MM. 

T^U weekend's minor socrer a>>p« im >*■• lu^ 

I'T 114 

s< nature e>i«*rT m ai->* x«* la* 

stnaeAV rmup ssa'V ait owMn*« 

•VI . - a-.— ., c-.-r. v-. o.M.. »Miia aM*r.M. .It _ 


Mountics Lost Less 

MMJ 7*11 I * • *.Mra»S* M *S*SMI t*UM Mt- 

With Indemnity Fay 


0144.1041 VI 

w • • 1 a 

t I..,-- . .1 

V..-— • T-* -• *--•••* 

• a»s« -o 4i'’< e*'* u.r*.' 

*• AMfl*. •« U«r— 

o*« Ml ♦►-••wii • *« e 


VA.NCOl-VKR u'P' Van- tome 94 TOO lest le*( year man 
•luver Motintiea nf the Pacific they did in 1957. Ihenki to th>- 
v..«i Bacall t.rcague* l.'iat westward shift of the ma)or 

!-igue trlanta and Dodgeis 

^ wi* I The cluh'* profit end ^ 

\lbPPPP rltllll •latemeni. t» be presented to 
1 lliai ,,„xhoWter» Jan 36 mow* the 

cv *11 !• t ; for Ihe leaaon waa |1 AdT 

Nttll linVPIl compared with VJM3 In 1^'-- 

vfHII Jlll.XVtl Pi .-.-lent Nat Bailey’s repot t 

rh*mp*nr-sMn game be Angeles and Hollywood 
tween VM-mna High .'k'hool TTie indemnity also permit 

and King Edward HU!!: Mouniles lo reduce by 

aiheduled for Van#-M>.ver Sal- IIKHW »hv the 

I.rday has hem r=r;,riiert be aumed when it purrhawsl the 
.SUM rain has made Ihe pHrh franrhiae from Brlrk Uws 
.inp.ayafile «Der the Ibid -AWm. 

The Hidden death fame was If slao eased the blow of 
po. 4 p.wied (wi.w hef..i# t*hri*( reduced crowda down lo 9IA 
hersuM of w. j?!.cr t-undi dhft last >.=r fr-im .IfM.noo in 

19M!. 


CHWI 


Remember ^hen: 

Manlf Mohamimad, tS-yeor- 
aM PskMas ba l amw. set an 
endnrmnee record In flr%(- 
riwM rrkket by bnitilig frw 
|g hours and tS mlaule* In o 
less nvaleh against lha Weal 
Indiee a year ago inday at 
Brtdgetewa. Barttados He 
totalled U7 rune, rampared 
with the remrd acore ol W4 
aet by Ragland’s dtr lawwtsrd 
Nwii.wi la It-baur, Mmlnttla 
stand against AualraSa at 
I nndan In 19M. 


TM a-v"*> 
Wi.« vid n«t**--.-. 
Orm.H4 III 
> m S’Nuai Hswr 
III S Bm.I U4- 
r.« til 

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14 A M-.-T 
B M-.r 


Export A 


Esquimau XI 

Seek Second 
Via Butlers 


CIGASETTfS 


Selections 


Eaquimalt •eeking s VlrtMlv ^ 
lhai will move fitem mi * *e* rr 
ond place in the and 1 

D**lrti1 FoottMil League, will 
meet last place Butler Bf»'*nrrs **, 
Saturday at Royal Aihtelir ■*, 
Psik • 

In 5<iiida) a league a- n-in 
Vague leading Canadian Rent 
tiah will play Viriniia Kkkei*. ^ 
at Heywuod Aven>ie park, i 
Gorge Hotel meeia Riodte's { 
Bakery si Topas Park and S 
TUltrums travel lo LadyamUJ; ** 
All games start al 3 pm. 


ADAMS OLD! 


Here's why Rambler is a safer car 


Slagla I'ail coa a tmctl— la (bs kty la 

Raaibl«r*i extra anfaty. 

!■ ardoMfv aart, tha bodv and framt ars 
•rparsta wnna. bobaS Wfrthtr Ooly ibt ihM 
•bti of bed) iBMl pretacii the po«an^is 

Swigia Use cganrvs,aes a o«Juw«aiy diArreiw 
Tht kambtef body and fman arc baiJi pad of 
otm wtt4 Bil-osWad ans. fOOO nin*d ostd* 
mak* RamMat a nmnmr. wCn earl 


fnim and top of aaeb ar You'll Inrralh mc> 
mundad «nh a cradle of siael. 


FREE DELIVERY! 


Soi yoir Ramhttf dcsbr indai. Aik ahonl 
Rambter's «iirs a i xwiew i y and high rcaala 
vsiin Dusrnsr Ihc msoith and dutsbilily 
ibat msk* RamMar lha tan. mwoiban nding 
car yon can dnvs 

AMERICAN MOTORS (CANADA! LID. 


wivay 


Canadi's success ur scor« a|>in' 


at new low prices 

I 

M M4« S*«e«e.»4 ■ BiaAn 

•r wer.a*- ■ Regwinr ai*-^ 

V I 1^9 


Begninr 
LeM DMIvery 

You Pmy 
Only 


The best ol both ..bf| ur room, I ■usnouNO vou I 

smell car oeonomy. 

aatastaasa • aAnsititisusa • tantiitiii • lamut *niaicaa • aitiaraiiras 


WUhIn Hvp-MIV (irrV 

Victoria Coil and Heating Ltd 


This adrsrtittmanf tf not pubUshed or d«splayad l« tha L'qvnr Cont.ol Board 
or by tha Covsmmant of Br>flsh ColumVa 


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annnlaaonGlnocn 
(l□OaS OGOMBCCC 
iiaa orao oBnnrrrcJ 
iHldoou UDDni^iii 
uflu rn] 
jjoaa oounu one 
mttJ uituou 
jia aoarao ooggu 
Ijs tiuu oBRno Bcnl 
■Miiudu fiaonpH 
^iiaonn nnairii^ 
UmU(HlLLI< fiCDCl ' 
uiKi lIuNnnninrnn 
Lj i inluuwnnlDfirB 




10 Min ffBlmtllt Vkl«to, 1C, Ftl, J«. a. 1*M 


NO* TO MT ou* f 
[ ABTtflOAL •■AVirV! J] 


Peonies Need Fussing 


A-D «(*4B4N 
•UMav iTiiiiTo 
ROTATIN4 

to CKfilti g 

•lUviTt 

TM C«|w K 

ntnw P 


intf^hrr *iih t%kig*. latUn 
•j Iir-- •»> on> k»M Th# 
Bporv th* wJniff on 

•ix h rubNth arwl iho pm^ior pine* (or 
It »« (Ml tho hnntiro 

KuHow thi» up by giving your 
i . ;r« • roni oqiioro me*l ond for 
ihl« purpoot I don't hnm» of anything 


toiiAgr 


Wt>rri th* huda air )ti«< a tH la 
U.rrr than a par avoryMtmg aiop* 
Tha tmdk grow no Wggat. arwi afiar 
hanging tiro (or a wa«k or - • thay 
lum brown and drop off. A--- of 
couraa. thoio aio no flowara 

In iaoa arvero lnfar'*«'‘* the buda 
giT>w (o normal aur and aton lo opa». 


By M. y. C-NrAMT, MtlTs 

1 muat ronfaaa that mmi of my 
gardaning oparallona aro a Ml on iha 
hapha«ard alda my nrighhnr Einl* 
usra iho word "ahiftlaaa'’ in daw.-i ibing 
mv rinrtina and tharo ara a lot of 


mvin raUahad than a 20 


ara bit* of rharrad wood aral rharmal 
In tha aahr«. ao tnu>*h lha batter. Earh 
piatii will lakr at«oul 4 rttpful* of tha 
mintiMa *t*ialf-h|rtg It loin tha lop two 
irwriM of ■■:l =r-und lha rltrumlar- 
anra of '! ! *nip 

Wiih tha p**-;.'- ha<i« itligioubly 

li trartad and tha piani* fad a 

li-«h t» ; . r: dwt to lonra»a lhair ra 
r to Iti*aa«a llu (Inal mo^a 

*1 ll.a amnffitif f'-r-H* ar«d 
lha *iif •Mtiridti'i WMI With a funVM*tda 
In ‘ off ar.' d .r'va Apnia* whlOft 
n<*' hava auaiwd oil! atiantion 
frTj—hij lha aa*'*i wax of doing 
thiv loh im ifi w*a on* of tha all purpo«o 
ganian dii*ta nowaday* In puffor 
apfilhaioia a* tha** duati all ronlatn 
a ipiiahta fuhfl "rda a* or>* of (hair in 
fradiaot* R»«a duM. lomalo dual, 
pniain di:*t. Pomograan (iardonall — 
i •••. nf tha*a will do (ha tti:?’.. 


d;--^ •- and lha pr -'r* ara watrhad 
oval Ilka a hawk w^— than liitla rad 
ahoota coma »• ‘ ing »hau iw> a* 

Ihioilfh lha — •! *»ir!a*a 

Rotryli* dl*aa** of iwooiaa i* ha- 
aoming incrra^mf |> ,f— tn V;r 
ItMia gardan*. and a* ihaia ara no 
Mil) •xmptom* ihata u »M* of 

knowing whathai voni plant* ara 
Infaciod or oof mm» ' H la too Ui# to 
do anything ahoui M 

Th* plan!* *iart nf| In fin* (*ttl« 
In th* apring makiMg vi|«iroua and 
h*a)ihy growth . Plow--* b» 1* appaar 
Oft arhodula. and atari u. •wall nor 
mall) And about (hia iim* thi. . go 
wrong 


WNAT 


. fctMC? 


- HI V ;l= .*turn (o CIW 
- .til ih* a*rl*a|may ho 
to ja ahow* . ^! * 

and At^ray 

111 tap* a «parlal *“= ; --r 


040r«w^ 

POT 

Ak«0|jOOM' 
-MT aowi 
TMMd THC 
UATTg<, 
CM4U* O 


.■w mad* 


• wamp- 


Tar r»*,:sh '• - 'k 
Jim Aairu* a 1 v*ar> 
fi.-c: ita* inc^rrart 

Of rn a qw; an*w»r 
,<r.s A*iru* had won 
a w2 k*d oll- 


«fkiM 


Ring -liv pn*»pr.»a* I* pr* 
p*i<i>s a fcai*;** s-.'iii a lawxar for 
Alh'TV II at£ra Jama* Whitmor* 
aod la rallad "Lior^ln Jon**. 


'tOO'wANTME ) I 
TOCREATtA \ ' 
RAAnA&TX hiew ) ary 
H(7rocx>?ANO B 
SOJIL PAN AHV J “ 

Aj^o>jr?veffN 

wtg,ujuus?f vv’7 


WELUTMATS ‘ 
bWATfXi, GIVE 'EM.' 

ra. CALL CEC'L fr. 

CAH60UTE.Tk£ 
WCRUyS GREATEST 
DESiGNER.f ^ 


The modern GENERATION OCESNT 
APPRECA’T GOOD OtP* 
W6MONE0 PLAIN MOT CXDGAhW ) 
M0R£r*TNE>yANTS0METVr*N<3 / 
^ SPeCTAOXAR!* ^ - 


\TOMlC 


iQT POPS 


a<!r--i I ■ • 

mr^ hv partuji 


Bv Sheilah Graham 


Castro Films A-Coming 


K fa. of M*rtaii» DMHVb and 

ium.^ tri'*-.'ad wiir. mink, armina. 
«a a prtP* lag of fT2.0n0 


MnLl.Y\VtJt>tl -lANA 
'■■■* orw and th»* ift. :-‘i»-% R 
nghiB to thf Ufa of tha 
Thara aif two diar ? ah •' 
v» r . <n«'*ivd hn twii •.<■"'•1 
ar.j lhaia w al'- • o bo»»b *t- 
wall nava at i*a*t thrar 


»l*i lailfMlO I#* 'w: 
T-. -■ Prtr*ra OrMot .. ‘ 

LurraMa Tha im -- 

a ■ '■! a* wall a* Hrtgk O'Brti 


id tha “ »a of 

*a fatal ' Margorat l^glHon.'' 
liaiMwaA Aarr'a and RHo Hoy- 


hunk of h>« me.. " hat g'lr^ down 


w r... pia\«d *^ih • 
worth a .r. th* *iar* '■a* 


^.t-tor (•racg i«ur*« 

ftf -J apc’^lrrianl in Aiwpulfo for ooa 'r*» 
mtu'mairau Bnhn waa atlU ca. rtl 

wh*n la«t h*ard fi'-o' 


PUT I MOD HdH 
MONKT.' «N0 

COU»J> MOVIL 
TAMCN 


Raantlfv- T%‘ •'■'■c 

tr. iarry M aid'* product ion 
“Tha Ba*t of Fvar>1t mg 


Thf Daily Ooss-^ord Puzzle 


h -•'•r at a prt-»> fr- V' 

■ t.-iwn Jarry >a(>»*ww»w 
ad Anna Pr«t»rH. (•tort* 
-at- aiagani >r\ riiS-T-...- 

i . :id atari a naw 


th*r(« IMV. \< i!i 
HriM Hwolar i« 

IV. H« a 

oaVing 


•■pUpm 

t>» fllmct In ‘Va^k 


WVATOOVOOTM 


war ;.•>!« for pillftw uik, by tha w*> i* dr 


ACLfNCH? 


Winning Contract 


lM.::aHo«' *r..-; :M arw^'^''• 
trend now (ourwl him**If 

A *p*d* laad 
woiiM giv* rtaciarar a ruff 
aluff whila a h«*rt or rlnr> 
t*ad wr>utd aliminaia th* |ua«« 
in that *uit 

How#v*r Fjuit had a partr- ^ 
f.. ,ni on South'* hand Ro«iih 

n.afkad With Oft# •r-a-'ta 

•i« di4nw.f-i* arrd *u c.ard* 

Mwl honri* T* *^ «tifx 
h^ vi*liiar»hla rt\e»toU ha 

Tiaadad Bl i**«' th* . l\d» 
arwi lha h*"'i *•♦* If 
plaxad a «l"h -»Mth » -• id 
h* s'lT* of V“» »l‘*h tt. 
which added lu lha ara ami 
f>( banrf* winiM :*-3va 
nit aldb «ull A >>'■••1 

latitrn on i*>c niitri l••^.ll 
wMiitd *1111 lc*v« wilh * 

guoaa in rluhv ui:le>v h* had 
•lartad with four hc*n» *t'd 


n^T fi)i 

rd 7 l 42 
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A fA^S-f .' 


Tdiv 60tNA #< AKA09 

9tH -T K N.* aiChPOON 
Atirf Ms Asat«9"i01 
p>»so A wt ^0^ ctr, 


* **l • #»ihv*“od»'d (hird 
•**1 o(i*r>M.t, and South'! 
diwihtfiil vulnorahla rtvarroll 
w*to tvpKti of matr^ point 
hi.i-iiAf \Va*i apiwarwd da 
faniOl*** and triad 
(idly !*■ •hut mjt Nmth 
»h.-i* '*11 of flv* dl«rr:-.!'j1* 
wa« r*thaf mitionahla jrt 
V1*W of h-- ha*>d a 

.iMinia mifchi u-v* h**n w*^-?. 
V' tih won tha opnnmg *pada 
ii.ai th* hand 


Hjd and raai; 
would d*p»nd upee th* 
tion of th* • 'uh qua** H 
• (rump. Wa«i • 

South rviflad tha apada 


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a a ' ilutar 


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IASI 1ST 

TIRMS 

inTownl 


•IS I'l.VMOITII 

•SI HTl flFBAKKR AmUm. 
and Itral^r 

'IS f Hr^ROi rr Mm. 

SS ri.VMOt TH IDoar. 
Hral^ 

,'.T AHITIN Maik 

Hralrr 


FEBRUARY SALE STARTING NOW IN JANUARY 


8o to h^k with making any moory — (ift Vm out of here 


5-PCE. BRONZE AND BRASS 
SUITES 


5-PIECE CHROME SUITES 


TsW# .10x42 plus ll-lnrh Irsf. Alrfoam msichinf 
rhsin Bslc», 

hro«iTi. 

R«g. 

NOW ^ 


Table, iroodKrain arbohte tops. Wahnit or blond 
Durstasi eo\*ers on 

ch.in ..ih ^ ■■ 88 

alrfoam Mta 


5-PCE. CHROME ind COPPER 


7-PCE. CHROME RAHCHER 


Tabis 36x4S plus 11 Inrh 
V«f. srtM>rtts top H match* 
Ins atrfoam DuraUal chairs 
Bmfa, ysOdTW* wKita. bin' 


Table 12x42 phia IMnch leaf. Matchiag alrfoam 
duralaat chalm. OO 

White, blue. mk oil 


lt«g. 

$13f30 


l ittle Roch Parents Re$ifsued 


Salta <Maatsl. vnm H 
Md«v, Jtaaaa SI. tSSS 


Jet Workers ’ Ears 


No Srhool This Ycsr ^ wn/z'/et/ />v 

i 1 VF M. M. Ml.JLkJ M. i I^ONIMIN (Keuler *)— ah Brilwh (Ki-r»e 


‘ UTTLK RtX'K. Ark. <AP) Ka« aaknl tha L'5. cUitrIct , plan for oparalinf them In 
M(w| I *tU> RdM^k hiKh ham lu parmll raopanina a manner arrrptSbla both to 

‘ , . *’i . 1 ... - 1 oMha •rliooia on a aacrefatad tha court aitd r«at<Srnta of tha 

K-tKH,! .„d „.,u 11 . 41..nrL 

pa— » apparently aro ro-l . 

I aidncO lo I- -«ir ihta year’ 

Iwi'hvu! «• •- 


liONlMIN (Kauleral^ll Brilwh 0\i-r»c»a 
Alrtiaya (orpormtkMi employcea Uiruuahoul tbo 
%vorld who coma Into reaiUwr roatart with )H en- 
(tse ooi*a are bciaf iaauntl with car luufta, it waa 
aaaoua^ Wrdaewda). 


Sutninil of \llirH? 
Prlrna M)>— :#r Macmillan 
Thn>«»Uy hifitad at a Wr.f- 
am aummit fneei"*; to rw 
VtcA rKtaliiig Allied ~ 
ala on (Germany 
•*1 am not pro|taied la »ay 

whether ii «J1 ba r 

Pi W • A- - '.t 

meet lo conct' IM* re- 
view hut I do 
thia poaai- ^a »aid 


Ihia year.' aald one m«>inet. 

I "Mv Ollly la aettled ai a pii 
vale ai houl and ha'll pmbablv 
--V lltere h-- auae we couldn't 
be the public achonla 

' would ata> open if they are 

I |r--;““Jied 

wf parehia whu 

ftiat L:-.ikr«1 <iM llu 

- --j av a I > • I y 

. r e MOW are ppepared lo 
ratefial emetjreMi-v •■HM. allufMl 
p, -<tteMr->|e|) 

Two * Ic” ^-ati * Utlla Rock 
•ludenit Ihia we«k flniihed " 

0 f work In arhoola \ 

II other lommu*-'* •». An I 

■ ' 1 tuu ir» ■■■ijn mkl I 

•it a* ... . * ■ *d pn r 

\ Ur-r- '■ 

jt rv* - * <.(• Im-lud I 

Sf-;. -- iv^liiailt Oilf 
' : all. -.*’ 

« ’V w la 

|ti« -J • - •• 

Ma..-. • -1 ir... a*:.._:* 

tr:: . ’ if Inrefratton 

- *ha alterr»<lVT 


The Little Rf’ 


Kul Valiir OffaH* Kim* 


Trading Stamps 
Mean Prices I p 


WA’^lUSiii' . AI A 

r-- -ed - ■ — “ ■ 

IJ - i .;-* • : fr : 

fi-id at : -if* e 

p »e iradiof i:±-ipa <lie 

a.Ub=^ - at .T ... II 'll V 

b\ tha value of Ihe ^ . • 

*nve ag;-- Jliu,, 

rap^..-“.::j Ihu »a»;l ■ 

)■% arudy in 'J1 t ' *• 

ai-ivwed that food pin x in * 

t;=Tr::; riVl>-= - ■ 1 

a-- ter • * ‘ • ‘ •'*' — . ' ' 

than ‘ . ■ 

r • * 

Ru: .;va va;-.ir -jf tSe 

300 AllentI 

I 

Funeral 
Of Printer 

Some Sno peraooa arierwlad ■ | 
f • - . .! -- f..t r-twaid ’ 

Pavid Mt'** m In ' 

fs.--ral hf'm# yeaiei.V*. afta* 

{laparra 

Mr M.>i a The 

r>all) f • waa 
J«n 1.1 in a Iwo^wr 
at Ksaii •«■.! *.' Ite 

IM r.- val Jubt; - Mo* 

Vfvl — u..'“ • '•M.'le.l b> 

r.r\ nov^-»a ■ •Am of '* 

|e-: i| r? ' . yn - Ri-- - ' 

waa m Hatley Mr-— -Ul tU- 

der 

( '..S'. (, hordes 

/iirr/iirt/ify 

In Pririnf! 

A.SIIINUTl'N AT 
• A“.*r‘-an Mrt:-' I'nrpnri 
ft..- 

Win. gr . ;*■' . 

tnr— * an « "s*l ’ *dv*j 

taae ...rr . ..-peii*..: ■ .i*- 

Ihr -'-rli -*l ■oi- .-r,. r r;. M 

T*.-- ! : ;l T»wde T ' 

ai' . imp'i — * ' » " j' ■ • I 

A' • Mol«" ' r idlar% 

Amipii. *11 ;.:■■■ *. -i 

pnfetli't 

I*TC *aid a..m« ;.*-:aMr-i 

W'i* . *t five per 

CFT^r »a Ih-'i - .'t 


iX 3 - -'^t 

M ai at>j.«a 
lha -Sea 


In a letMict ■- *ha atudy. the 
: ir; ’ id the ua# of 

if* ap»tic-f!*, h** ■ ’ll 

.ificant 'fir • — ■ prtrea iwid 
to the faimef 

:*mi It . -;.-4 thla p.-.?.. ‘tal 
lar. f- pu; 

If t^- . 1 pava ata 

: :T-t: nf 1 per «enl rt'ore for 
f...: . lan*.;;:* 

bul rede .a ' la ftarr^M at tha 
^f ,* _. ..-?!t. he beiteflta 
• of ihia diffef 
ei That la if you - t 

r. -.-.;hf the time and Irov"— It 

' t. va and ra d aa tn Iheaa 
ai*~;- 

- aurvev «ia* -%a<W be 
- aa of wkJaaprsdd Um of 

ai. .~ip* and baraoaa of tagat 
and — rontrovervlea a'i: 

-ml thacn 

The dWparrmane eartlmaiod 
Ihai Ua 1 ^''—. ratailero aiiooi 
irr^ononni) on atampa. Ii aaid 
about I« OOO.nOO.OOO :‘*.Tipa 
were di>|rth4<ed b> Iheaw rr 
1*::. . . . totalhoi about 

k.. -^OQnOQA 

Folk l*Una 

Ft'^tiihl in S|»rinjf 

f - for a : .* fe«t;.ij 

Apxi to and It. will h* dl* 

7 ^ at a ---:-ral meetini 

of Ihe V-" — :* hfj-*‘ of tha 
<■'*1 - rt»i» *»*ty. at 
pm. IVclncaday. at 1012 
fm- jiaa Slroot. 

HOUSEZ 

STUDIOS 

111 rort 9 trae« | 

ThlM Pholoffraphlo 
BpeclAllala 

Saak 

Naw Loealioa 

firouiid Floor 
Approx. I ,?00 Sq. Ft. 

From Abcml Harrh. 195 f 


CMttnmera. 


SECURITY 

Mow apt that llte bet avmlHilirea letlh 
>e<Mrllv and lttM|ilUlil«! An«l a|waking 
nf •vmlMvia, viMtc rrpulaigM Inc au|>erli 
hiMplIalilv U not mer«'l« eeciire, Irut earn 
rnhanrrd when von pour t*ranl'a *Mand 
Faat Irom lla nnlqna Irtangular lioiile. 

For h«e irnrralioa*. Lrani'a hrntrk haa 
been a hoapilahia aamkol of lha food 
thlnga of lifrs 


\ STAND FAST i 

^ IHTMl*atlia>ar:-.:-.-‘. AriOMlI j 

I Ilf KiHlotiif ol* S<‘«lrh y\ liisli V ; 


WtVe had a steady flow of sates since 
this event began! But the run-off just 
keeps ahead of the trade-ins on New 
1959 Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles, Cadil- 
lacs and on Used Cars, too! So — on if 
goes — and prices plunge to omoiing 


NO FAYMEITS TIU MARCH 

VMmu yoo trode lo yoor met 


'IS PONTIAC* Aedafc 
Badin aad bawler 

• 5 J MSmAMI V^a. 

Bewler 

*as nODtiR ftealan. 

Healer 

*31 OllbSMOBflA A edaa 
Heater 

■M At *rnN Redan. 

Healer 

•SI C'Hr.VROI rr Redan. 
Healer 

•a RTrnr.HAHKII fUnlaa. 
Heater 


30-DAY EXCHANGE 
6-Month Warranty 


•U CHEIBOIfT 
■eater 


&4 POHf) SthMT. 


•%t I Htn HOIAT ftedaa. 

Healer 

•U SX>HD Ardaa. 

Beater 

•H MSaui H\ Aedaa. Autnmailr trmaw 
tnlaakm. radta aod haatrr 

%S 

Heater 

'.VI irrmB Redan. 
laittT and heiMer 


HI TRADES— iO PRICES 

Smallest Dollar Difference 


‘U MKHCTHY Hardtop Cawpa. Aulomallr • 

trmaandaaino. radte and beater 

Id rHKVHOI.RT Redan. Power fUda, $ 


an. Dyaafhm, power 
aad heater 


'M HriCK Med 

ateertne. rndla 


TT < UEVHOI.KT ttedaa. 

Healer 

•M ( Hr\'IIOI.rT Hedaa. 

Po w er ihde. heater 

CADIMAr ream* I>* VMU. 
Hy df omattr. radio and heater 


Still Some Terrific Values in 

I 95 R CoiiipaJi> -OwHod 

CHEVS. and OLDS. 


TT DODOR Raharhaa, 

Heeler 

•M PON'TIAT Re«Ufi. Aninmalle Irano- 
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A VltHnna >«Mith a»nirnr*d AH 
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•t auto than ««• hraoWnf. Xha offanraa f+iap*a»i wpra 
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iXhm inrt»**an«la w«*i* itmMan 
nui M %nrh v,t\*n htg manu- 
(ai iuiin* nlania and f'tl mma* 


vtrainar <^Hiiituiod to numh tha 
Pram# provinraa. 


•) Tha 1 anadian Ptaaa 

M.ifh Af rana>U and ih# 


• mmOid^nom nf 


puntahment. 


ha Mai lagardod aa a 

niminal than a pai»<in na<»d 
Ing halp ' 

Barr> Jaikaun. l*v nf \Vt 
W>al Ra) Haa aamarMad m 

ptdlt-# ctHiil to Id ifwmiha 
ctafiniia and ai* n^Miiini* In 
daiaiminaip In Ynuni 

OftaiKlan I'nil of Oakaila oo 
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Ihiav motdhft dalmiia and «U 
mnmha Indatnma cm Ihr laai. 


IP Mifhi attiia fiom tho Rtsn < 
nan l^ka InduairUI Srhoid 
rtaar Nanaimo. 

Raima aaniam-oi waia paaaad 

dafam'a arwniaal T. J Halhaft 
ampnaatPad tha youth of Or 
ru%ad 

"I hava haan inatrunaii ha 
«ai<1. "to landai what nWp 1 
tan to il.a imiif and auihori 
lia« In a««i*l (hi* hos to find 
hl« taat and fa. a lha futuia 

"Ynu aia ittll a voung n<'^ 
taid VtagKliala Vlitliam (Hllai 
to 'ha a< ru^rd ‘v. .“i an ai 
laady dtaiuitmig ta* 0 (d You 
ha\a had an unsatilad li(f 
with ditfh uitiaa in tha hom»- 
.—nmoniiy and athonl. 

• Vmu aaam to ha\a an oh 
v«aion fo( rail w hirO appaj. t 
lo na lha moihaiH»n of moai 
of youi tfounla 

At yooi aga tha *•• • ip*l 
thing to ronudatad '• In 
haip you to rwhahiliiaiton . . 

•I agiaa with ymi* •••■•■--*al 
that lha haat plara lot )*»u =' 
lha Young tiltar.iiai'' I' 
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.^wtwfhiMiaft in lha inianm. 
i«in duHia and fog aovarad 
m<Mi of lha Maiiiima* and 
•now fail in Nawfnufwilatid 
sastga iMOM. ataai and lain 
«tormi laiiarad oU IhuiaitaN 
in lha I'nltad '•^latai hui a cold 
wa«r inianikillad tha ml»ar> of 
ihouMnda and (liaMlwaiaii put 
a hip dant In InrtuMrul 
pi'wturt ton 

At ka«t TA paiwm« waia 
daad from drowning >•« a* a 
laaiiH of itnim ronduiona aa 
landing liom Naw \ta«lM« lo 
lha AtlaitIK* aaahnaid 
Si-«<n> dainaga ran into lha 
mfillona of d'dlaii 

ThouaaMdR wanr hnmala*« in 
ftiuflad «iaa« of Ohio. Kan 
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v«iU4 and Indiana 


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Unrt. Couple came here *i‘_ >ear« ago fn»m l^vrten 
in The Netherland* Soon »fler arnva! Ernie look 
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Tony Kmaiy will ha faaiuiad 
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I.OMMIN (API — Riwlng 
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parhIaiMl awrrmindliig VV lr»4 
M*r 4 a*Ma Thursday night 
nhlla gala-fttraa wlt»dw 
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Many rurwl araoo wara «■ 
4aa wolar. 


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Aoaataa Mtknvan Mid 
ntfhl tha paopla of tha l'nnad 
Iliad of lha antd 
war and piM»irait* for paaca 
war# favHiahta 'In apita of' 
lha ataia daparirtiant 

*'F.vaivhMilv ovar lha«a ti 
Iliad of lt»a «•*•« war avtapl 
lha dapartraiit whHh rttfv 
t<ai:ra llhatf with tha waging 
af “ ha ►-'id "In *pltf 

i.f lha aiMiurla of iha I'nitao 
staiaa ataia daparimrnf it >< 
my opin.on that tha at 
m»-»phara pir*aMl» i« fa- ~t 
ahia for aliangihaning tha 
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balh«tk mUkile "opemMofur* t 'TJnturtun 
m ttM* I'ntir- Ki'igOom Uiword fl#p. flood, 
thr ntd of lino 

•n Oi«Upnff4 H*p. flood: *TU 
la • hot you won't hovo 

^ oi«c ffporoiiAfuil til (!roat Brtt 
«tn bofor* Chrutmoc" 

L a I o r 


Another nui}or wBr within 10 ymn la predicted by 
VVctorte man who ha« lived through • score of war* 


flan apy wtU qutrkly srod 


po Min n n 


«IT*' Back Tit doea not hava an opera 
*1 didn't ask titmal rmanHe in the I’ K 

• “In fact,* the C*onfiTn»ma' 


aurvtw as alwaya he points ml "But na one 

NVltlUm Rowlea, 733 Univrr used it 
siiy, who r e t eb rated hta 9 f»th }{^ «talma he •‘tost rount* 
birthday Wedneaday, aaya a o( nmflirtu after the 1871 war 
wjr Is Inevtiable whan two between Piani-e ar>d Oimany 
btc eountfVa are )eak>ua of 4,^0 umi KutwiTurkiak war 
raih other. „ w- ^'fli Itt Io®tl health. Mr 

But mankind won’t Rowle. la a fonner farmer 
w.ped Ml.- he wiya o^^i .ame ta Canada fram 

celly “I even doubt tf thejMI j^ntUi^d bi l 4 «. humeftteaded 
I .e nuclear bombs wh«i in Manitoba and fU.kai.hewan 
tiouhls breaks out hrf«ir» eocning hei* 10 yeata 

Look at all the talk about • ' 


The wiry, waned mustache 
ol ihe i’ongreeaman la ac< 


quiver with desire for a Nark *^t mtfie. 
howler It would top elf hla 
«mart wardrobe But for rea- 
«m* of aisle he ran'i wear one, 

ThJa aartonal di*a«ter be 
gan a year ago. when Kep. 
f'ltMid. a meintwr of the IIuum* 
appropf iaiiona i-ommiitee waa 
queatbNiing Serreiary of lie 
fence Nell McElioy about fit 
the niMudle 


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of All-Wool Tartan 


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An citny and incNiintHlsc du-it-youraelf houve is 
available to ansone who heads north to where the 
•now la 10 feet (Wfp. In a ik<monstrbtk>n b>' flakimos 
Jasper Jlktauer and Lowatuk. the lfkx> was aa- 
nembted In minute*. Croup Capl. C. R. Lloyd of 
Biamptun, Fuicland, and Air c'ommodute J. B. Mill- 
ward. Kingston, Ont . can voorh that the house, 


at'hievementa in 
fir id 

SecreUry Mck 3 co> toM Ihe 
commllteo the U 3 . would 
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Exhaust 
Kills Pair 
In Car 


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Ruaaian agulrrel are beautifully styled / ^ 

for lftV9. UKhtweighr. and luxurious J V 

they are the dream of women with rx> ~ ^ 


So beautifully 
yViene ntlm )lrm of all* 
wf^>l worsted tartan are 
favourites with women 
who krv>w their aportv- 
wear CTKioae por-tj‘ir 
tartans and plaids styled 
with aide zipper for 
smart fit * slash 
poi’ket. Sizes lu to IR. 


Tn Jive dry or normal 
•kin a more natural 
mftneas. more youth- 
ful texture. IJmHed 
Ume Mil>! 


2 * a Tormt>»*r of the «•* 
rauver mumcipai pdlce 
Police mhI tl«e luaple 1 


«t. le kitting In the «ar 
Mi*« rv.;t« ■ father l»e«id 
the > er * (TKitor running tu> 
tin- alteet In front of hi* house 
• nd went In invenllgate 
A wuidow nf the tar wn* 
Ofwn •llehilv. iHii •pparenUy 
tV,e ve^^ le had bei-om# filled 
wHb exhauat fumes 


Special, pair 


or clutch style stoles In nch dark brown 
or charcoal. 

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•Irurn Thuiaday in th'S run 
4 ow-n .Negro toramunily. adl 
ing live perann* Selghhnra 
had airh bucket* nf water 
quMhiv exiiaiNited and *n«m 
to ngkt the ftaiTMW. ahhAMK'' 
Ihe llalifat MetropoMtsn area 
Ue« wiihla 10 m iles, 

.Suva Siolia F'tre Marshal 
K J. B. Partmgion said the 
rtimmunlty ta protected 
iwiiher by a full lime ncr 
vnlumery ftre-fightlng fori-a 
There are no telephonaa within 

• mite of here 
riVK VKTIMH 

•Pie vicllm* were Ulenllfi^ 

• « Mvra. \ Mailaw. 4 . and 
Carol Arm Willkame. 18 
fTfnih*. Ihetr frandnwiiher. 
Mr*. Annie Wii;-*m* M and 
Marguerite Grant. 8. 

Ruhin WilUam*. a CNR em 
pio.ee and father of three nf 
the ehlWren that died wa* at 
work Hit wife la In haapi'al 
» i>ere she gave NGh to a haby 
thi* areek 
THO Ml BT 

Two other arrupania of the 

hn<i«e were Ukefi to huspUal 
fnr irestcneni of Iniurws enf 
fried when they Jumped fr»*m 
the semnd fionr of 'he two 
atotev flame <.i.«e 

Jamr* WlllisTTui. cut and 
bruierd from hu leap to safety 
had to he re«tie>r«ed when he 
tried to renter the burning 
house. 


T ICO Jailed 
For Starting 
Fatal Fire 

fiTTAWA 't*P' Mr Justice 
Chv <ek .-ilewsrl nf the OntsnO 
Supreme rmjrf aenienced two 
men ITmradav to penlieniistT 
t»ima f#ir manslaufhier in 
^<r.ite>tion with a fire that 
aeven lives .Nepi IX 
Merrill Plouffe. 37 . was ten 
tenred to 1!1 yesr* with hard 
labor and William Warren, 34 
to 13 yeara of hard labor la 
Klngsinn panHentlery 
They were originally charged 
with murder. 


Matcliing lax Spring 

WHh rfMI-on-<x)l) con- Q|* 

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At EATON'S Scaly “Laurel” Twin Bed 


TECO Oil-Fired Furnace 
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Tenders Called 
For House .lobs 

Provincial puhhe work* d# 
paruneni haa called lendera. ra 
tumahle Jan. 38 at 3 pm. for 
the atone masonry on the mala 
terrace and planlera on the 
ivitih farads of the rtew Gey 
smnient House. 


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VUTORIA, BRITISH COIAMBIA, FRIDAY, JANtARY 23, 1959 


No. 35— 101»t YEAR 


Education Probe Told 


Teach 

French 


How to keep clean and how to get along with people are aub- 
jecta more for the home than for school, a parent -toucher aaso- 
ciation ipokeaman suggested yesterday to the royal commission 

on education. h«*llh »od 

Th» eomnnwon hy In French le«fhct.“ 

De«n S. N F. tTiani ot Ih# j^, Taylor appooiod to bi 
B.C..-hconl clab- jjj *om# air^ctncni «ilh *h< 
bo«attona on 11 prcvtoualy- p,,.p Covo Proport jr Owfiort 
•ubnnmod brlofa in Ih# Ora* Aaoociatlon %hlcH oorWor had 
Itte <lo>a o( ho*rlnc« at Ook ^^ 11 ^ for «n on4 to tho “ao(i 
Bay Junkir Hlfh School approach** In odiirollon. 

Montrroy PTA had tubmM- *rumiod out woU-roundM 
fad a knaf orrtn«t that couroas Irwttvuluala waa fino. Mr. Tay 
In Iht octan^-n, histor). *gaoie lur aaM. hut tha PTA fati 
raphy and Framh ba •laiiad thara «aa a dtaUnrt latulaoc] 
at tho prilhory lavol. Cooimla to lot studio* on tha acodomk 
■lonar i. C. Uoracli wanted atdo tail moia than waa nocaa 
10 know If thia prnpoaal sary. 

«ouJdn*T moan dlsplactnt Tha rommloilon ilaa qtin 


Summer* 
May Be 
Extended 


l)et, Alex Rrifigt 
Follow* trail of Moodatalaa. 


I}et. Robert Mair 

ChocUitK kwkllns !■ roowi wr hero sUbMas orcurrad. 


Victim Fouiul BIccdifiK on Street 


flays HMi ba -bmtoo^ 
iaiar hi Tlr»ooto*s lownil 
jaasBO. Ffotlorlal Ho<r*«nry 
Vlaslay Mark W4d VIHarta 


(iir (.rashes Bank Window 


Xo Uniforms Suggested 


Mishaps Hurt 
Two Women 


Mr Ta>ler sMUiod tho com ha aald. harausa tt had a 
misaton Iho asaoctaiion wasn t coally tloplnf tioot. With a 
suifosttni uhllorm* "not flat floor II would double a« a 
mrraaarity firlt in black mid' (>ranasluirt 
dteo and lonf black workmc*. Mr Taylor also suffested 
but soma form of iisndard la iha commlsakm that a ra- 
uatlon ' lum to mor* acodrmte laach 

Girla mifht ba In naal ing prasumad a rotom to much 
ameaiar* and skirts ha said, ■(rnngar diacipllna. 
and boys mtdkc bo ptohibtiad 'Tharos quito a lot la bo 
from woannf black jackats ^Id for Iha hirfcory slick 
With sloal huMnns ar btg rnaihod.** ha said, 
bouif. Tho iwp Cova Priipany 

Mr Uarsrh a*ksd If tha Ownars' AsMiatlon biwf had Two woto Injuiad *•••! s 
PTA was thinking about tasos strongly crMlcliJSd •'progros Ihlid »** ai tha wtwal of s 
ahon It rocommandad that as *|vo~ oducstinn and railed far car Itiai c ras ko d through a 
prndiiura* for gymnasiums, stronger dwripline aepsrsrton window af the Bank of Nms 
auditoriums cafsierias snd of acsdemic and technical .'kotta at IVniflss and Hlilslds 
other factliiiea not essenilal to students, more emphasu on Taken to St. Josephs Hoa- 
athn alion he reduced acodemlc training, elirnma'inn «,itn rhest and hand In- 


diivar of the car inv«>Ked In a 
iworar eollisiun at Uysll and 
Fiaaef at 71.% pm 

Ttealed at St J«weph s artd 
irteawd waa Bsibsva Chafe 
man. IfUS M*-c^*fcllL drtver of 
a car that collided with an 
fjM|uimalt muntrtpai trurk at 
Langford and Herewatd at 
1pm. 

Cnnalanre W 1 1 m a n. 3M0 
Qusdia. whose cor rraahed 
tniQ the side of ihs hank buiM 
ing after a Iwneor eolHsmn 
near ihe fountain time waa 
unhurt. 

Fenders flew hui Intury inli 
was Ufhi in a serie* of other 
minor arcKlefii* ihio«»gh*HJl 
the <ity, polho reported 


Travels 
Cost Most 


WIUJAM (TIVENTRY 

'Him d heen biawlihg fo 
daya. , . .** 


Something Drastic Xeedeti 


Saanich Population 

iws Schools 

Health Shuffle 
Wins Approval 


coliaihenMO had a place In the 
arhools. but games were not 
conducive 10 go>td physical 
health. 

<A spokesman for the 
Greater VKioria branch of the 
Canadian Assoclatloa for 
flealth. Phyakai Kduratton and 
Ret-realian. Inr . iald later in 
Ihe dav that fame* had s great 
mniribiiUon to make In phytl 
<al ediH'silon snd in eduialiofi 
generally >. 

Mr. t'ubtieii msmtsmed that 
prngresslvUm had weaker>ed 
discipline- "It has become t*- 
tremely weak." Tl|hienlng It 
up wnuU berwfit not anty the 
aiudeniawto In due course the 


BormtinB whnol p«p»ila- 
tkxi in Saanich Schml Di«- 
Irirt fvt has over-reached 
the achool expansion prt>- 
gram, foiving Ihe arhool 
board to make new plan*. 

bttildina 


Prepatallun of a 
referendum to ha presented to | 
raiepayers in Ihe district ihU 
year ha* already begun, in an 
tklpatum of the acceleialln* 
nee«l fur classruoms 
J D. Helps, reienily re 
elected hoard < iiairman for ■ 
third lerm. said Iasi night iha 
pntgram tiaried thre e j ears 
ggt) was based on mtllmium 
>She s «.,rimsi«w of arhool pt>pulatlon 
imrease • 

< lJkH.HF.H 0\».RFI4)H 

'it has already gone hrynnd 
our especiatinns.'* he said "At 
North Haankh high m-hool 
classes ha%e overflowed Into 
the library- drafting room, and 


Northwesi 
Newsmen 
To Gather 


HENNT VOCW.AAR 


Three AUertutlirea 


Neon) \agelnar dis 
aome rosioma Jewelry. 

ICAO • K^Hry 

I ^§33 store. She came to Vktoru 

fiom Rotterdam seven years 

ago and live* at Met 'lure. 

Kouse* were hobble* * 1 # watching TV 
present loca aewlng- . kecnon* 

e of the new cimtote wairhlng s* Her Mrth 
' from lale- rake was cut ahead of on to Ihe tlage of the audlior- . branch will li 

aiglnal rough . . . mLA 4obn O. TlsOnlle Thets will be a thorisge ^ department Welfi 

watlng them tDmpmg up (mm hU seat in the ^f two or three rlassronms .jf, will form another 
no. hut nearly kglslaiura wHh a flash cam- (here ne\i SerMemher." 

spent by the era to get ■ pktuie of )|o «etd Royal Oak high g W 

ped eatly In UetHeasnl (Hisernnr Frank ft^honi would sUo need two f 

n estimnie at Rmm M1.A tieorge liregory rnore moms and Mount New \J m W 

that another grinning snd sUenily thump- mn at least one nvnre 

M needed to |ng his de*k at the ptnmise in Trustees estimated Id more 

tha Throne Speech of a hew rUMmfmi* would he naetled In g''m W i 

- - Vktorts rourthoiuie this year the next three year* f»*r the M 9^ 

... Archhishop Hamfd g;, Ae«- ^hree high srhoola alorre ‘ W\J^ * w' A 

¥ 1 _ brushing aomething off isn.l^X ftlMINfi 

Premkr W. A. f. BennetVs Cordova Ba> akmeotary t MLA Oan Canv 

R.AIv/Cb mat whan the premier look w^hnol la alao hadly over yea'arday urged North 

hi* seat In tha House. ; crowded with auxiliary room* Navigation Ca to taka a 

• ; being used as t lasamoms and ^ p^n to 

. ^ .rw . a hti influx of sliutenl* ex ^ , 


1 he Paclfk Nufihwe^t Neww 
■per Asaoriatlon * annual 


Vkiarla Jayese* may spon and Alex Marshall jecenlly 
oi«ni. Vamouver to gain In 

rstiurliif rompaiiles w ith Tentative pUns for introdur 
high arhool students ss offt n( tha achem* to Victoria 

reis and emptoyaes under the rail for eight rompante* with 
Junior achievement *f heme betsveen 13 and high trttool 
operating throughout North student* In each company. 
Amertra CapUal !• r*laed hy selling 

jgyee# membar* Roj Baker ‘ efiarea at 10 cam* each aad 




ic fliUii (tolvnid VWt«ri.. IC.. rA. J.. O. l«» 


Outbreak Certain! 


people to bUck p90- mmi fr«# or hv* In 

pl»_' Co«. «d h. oo. .1 u^- . counulM »h«. 

. iir on ihr wmy. but In bouth 
If this wcr*#d« H wUJ br . ohm.r.1 

itrp lorword In humaa,^l(h nattonalbrn an# thlnlc 
rptalton* and dr Coult# will , ihat only by brvfdng lb« 
go down In history u on^ of; black* under con th*y b*** 
Ih, „»ve.t tl«ur«i of our •<•"' ">»'r ««, wrrmttjr. 
lima Ha addod thol the na MOKk AMMOnfTl 
llonaUsta In Hpoth Afit. o Kngiish spwitanc iwopla gen* 
toavito think da Goulla to ram* 


lUvoliitiOA In .South Afrtro 
to inaviubto In the opuMon of 
Mr. B A Rtdwrta. who *d 
dtasaad lha Vtilvaniliy Worn 
an’» Club of VIrtorta on Ih# 
aub>act "AIrleo Land of 
Conirovaray “ 

•Thraa million whlto paopto 
cannot karp a military roar 


fin Landers 


Dmt Ann Undtn: I had l«;toMuaa thara afW 
wnta to you aftrr roodinf Ihali Tha top vtudefiti 
Irttar from tha gtol who waaiod ' who wara hoping 


Want 


non- • 

siaiad 


lhara la iivora immoaH> ba> 
iwaan tha whttaa now than 
thara wa* altar ih# Hoar War. 
Thara Is now no mingling of 
lha two whlia group* m 
achoola. and faw Boar children 
ran apaak any Knglisk. Any* 
ona ineknart>io ba »mispokao 
abroad to itantod a passport 
Whites snd bUcks do not 
apask to on# another whiias 
)ust giva blacks instruction* • 
(ha poiicN- of spadhoid used 
to kacp tha Mwk popbl*(>on 
. undar control ansur^ a Hugo 
I reservoir of cheap hlark l*bi»r. 


whai a high school aducatkm who wm dr^ 
maaiw. bfsWMoa im no# of 
IhmManda of studanU who sud 
gcniy found my high school 
dnor* bolted and padlorkad. I 
Uva In VlrglnUi. 

Oh ye* I attend private 
luinrtng rtaases, but my par 


BI ILO PABT>»JtoUHP 

Mr Roberta deacrlbed how 
the Rhodealas ond Nyaaaland 
are trying to build up^ part 
narahlp between the rarea, 
and aro irahung lha blacks to 
tsK** • akillad role in industiTP 
■ pulley that neefU courage, 
faith and toiarince.' 

' In South Afrit'S (hay will 
not train or ediicoie Iheir 
blatka bayood a very el* 
mentary Grade J level As 
ona roauir they are b am g out* 
stripped Induairlally kvtry* 
where else bt Afrlch black 


prrMafns wa are fatwd with. 

1 rould name many mora-> | 
(he moat aarmu* one being 
buradtwn and idlanaas that to 
plaguing m all. Tha lack of 
iiitV m’uar pay r a weak for planned 

Ihia prlvHaga «*a well as laaa* our nprva*. .Soma kW* baj^ 
which should be provldmg. m# already gotten Into irouMa 
with a public arhool aducatlon.) wllh lha Uw. 

I lal^ lour eubjact* and no When I read about ^h 
«na to certain the oedlt* Vill arhool atudanta who want to 
brJJv 52 rby 7 collate or a quit J'd 
unlvereity Even at that 1 m aanae 

•ne of ilw lucky ortf Many thaaa fooUah ooaa ^ 

Student# can t afford » a week taka tbrtr 

lor fmir *ub)eata. And In aoroa room. Fd conairtar It a pi^ 

A Million Pieces 

ttoor Aim If I don I get some at defwwhng * 

help with UU. panblam ^ «y^ 

Into a mllboo ptecea. fVoas pushed me agalnat tha 

try. Ajin. furniture but this cun'l be eon 

i--.n mertled m * It » *lda,ed "Wife beating" ran It » 


laboratory for human raw- 
Hone. The home of many an 
dent clvtltoVlons. -iho rrodtoi 
of tha human rare *' Afrira baa I 
5.mn.(Xir> whUaa but AKkfWMW* 
blai*kA. fiom a dosan different 
•inks and who apeak l.Otsi 
dtffrrant dialect*, who live al 
many giffarent Irvela r*f ctvlll- 
ration. *nd who ace being 
developed by ala dUlareni Eu 
topeen poweCk. 
K|t,MHCAST 
Tha speaker c«n*ldated that 
the French Inviuilon to tha 
b]« 4 -k populallon# of Ihatr tar- 


l&6&tiB6HOaij&0B6&6tt6QO6^6686tt^d6iJi.l6QOUSdB<l60^ 


b]« 4 -k populallon# of tnair irr- w 
rttrMV* In A<n«* *® beonma £ 
full Krem-h cituena on an g 
equal footing with the people a 
of Krance to .b# one of ih# ® 
most algnlficonl progression* S 
m the hittory rjf mankind. g 
For the flrat lime whit# 9 


chotled with ntsay winners, Jurtith 
H>Rh and David Sleenhergen of N»- 
naiflio* B.C (Cokmket photo.) 


It wfts g hippy ocemaion during the 
reception at the Empreaa Hotel yee^ 
terday when Hia Honor the 
Ltoutenint-Govenior and Mr*. Roaa 




Still Time to Save.. 

at tbs Vaaity's Sami-Aaaaal 

CLEARANCE tk 


Many «f our kmkra Hoe* 
mt smart shoe* k o v o 

booa draoMroUy rw 

dured! 


Sllp^rt ssi 
Hssiksgt 

Valnes In $g.ab 

DrwatirgJ% 95 

Kaduced .. 


rv*r Ann- Settle an eitu 
mrat. pirate. We just a.hfpl*^l 
a boby girl Wa w*nt to satwl 
annowiM'emenia to retauve* 
and rtosa ftlrn.U My husband 
Mvn we ahoulit use the woii 
“adopted *• 1 w*nl i« «*• *h* 

Legion .Vuxillary 
Elects Leader 

Mr» W Tapley was rc 
•tocted head of th* T"ur 

Naval Veteran*’ Branch. Ne. ftiend* 
42 CamA.Ilaii Lafton, « was fortune 
l epoctcd recently. 

Memhars cut a huge rake 
marking tha auxtltory* "‘nlh 
Wtihday. 

Otheni elected were Mrs T 
Riqrlalr. Mr* 1 Mondla vie* 
frratortants, Mrs S n*wf 
traasuier. Mrs A Rrown. sac 
ratary. and Mrs B Biurrnck 
Mr*. L Siavan*. Mrs C 
an.l Mrs N riUi'nn 

Mr* R. t'nnk and Mrs n 
Jones were ^ppr'intrul d»«trlc’ 
council represontsttves and •’ 

Mrs C tlural. -telegal# In * 
Pinwincul commend o 


Looking for 

BARGAIN-PRICE 

DIAMONDS? 


Dear R-adar An *l»oraa> 
talU me that 

ailoptiun ptm'«^ingt ran*! ha 
started until the rhK»l has teen 
JO ni*('sJy of the a«lopilve par 
arna for ala months. TTierefore 
the word ‘^arV’ptmn- would be 
ml*le*'ling. On tha nihar hanrl 
•■.*frt\ar la al»o mislasdlnj. 
relallvas and clc»w 


S9.00 Valvn 
for S3.9S 

prukan line* of fUlUe^ 
auada leather and pa«ant 
ir> tms piimpa and hsl- 
tonnas AAIJC rSHll 


*anrt foe Atm Lannar* 
hfuvkiat. ■ MO'S To ^ 
p«n.^ encinsAng with your re- 
quest an twnta in nrwn and a 
large. #e|f addressed. #iampe«! 
rnvempe 

. .\mt L-ndeiv will be glad 
h. help ynu With >•«*' 
lems Send them (o bar m 

>wspapar ervlosing r 
•ctf adriremad anvel 


Mrs. Boorman Leads 
Missionary Group 


Pmart gnre* and lira In 
broken sires. 


rs- B-mfoy Mi*^ K f' Haste Mrs 
tar- H M Whi'c M«» W T Tat 
ma leraon. Mr^ E H Herhart.. 
tro- Mrs J E Brown Mias Q. Bad 
the ford. Mr*. M. Waiatelk Mr*. 

C. F. Wharton. Mr*. J- P Wll* 
nad son. Mrs. S S. Peat. Mrs. K. 

O. Hendaiwon. Mrs. C W. 
jnd, Roblnaoo. Mr*. 

Mlaa M. Jam** and Mrs. C. W 

roll. (>wdofi. 

W Rev. C R MfCUttvray con- 
ducted the Installation of offi 
ili«s car* and gave tha davollonal 


St. Joseph ’s LA 
Raised $6,100 


firtas s( SI2.00 SUM* (sr S4.U 

A torgt group of wnart purapa In toother, 
patent and tueda. high haaU and Ulualon. 
indudad are rad. beige brown. “Seo 
Coral.'* buck. AAIX mu's 


The Vanity 


FtMUrn rVSdStI a 


IM6 DOKiLAS ST. 


More Hmsr* • a-m. to tJA Opmi TMI t p.n*. Ertday 


ExiirUy rs 
illustrated, with 
4rside chairs. 
Buffet with 
sliding glass 
panels. 

EIxtension table 
36'’x50*\ opens 
to 36”x62". 


Mint Molasses 
Chews 


wUh diamond 
stylus 

m.mM fuirtoi 




T»a bny* Hava 
made this 
chaw a# (ho 
*1 ihia ' 

week 

They are good 
. . . and good 
-fnr you 

Regular Me 


Term*. Tnute* 
Other* from 


Cant's rarrv Victorla'a 
largaat setortimi of 
RCA Vlrtor Rar«fd* 
and Recorded Muale 


Diningroom Furniture by KNKCHTKL J 

SnI.d tUnadian Elm ihrnughoul *nd able •'Kavdura" •vnikatic finuh in 

preci.inn Knechiel . rafl*m.ns|np^ Mtoo# t *lnui-\ anauard 

!h*r« the •ecrel Vanguard. la.i.ng See <1 • <I“**'*t for 

quahry . Smple flnw.ng d*- /ourself UuH W amaaad *1 lh#aa.,.to- 

sign -sleek brse* haidw era- re k. dur- aSord pricoa' 


17< a serving 


Mclennan, Mcfeely & prior ltd 


niONE E\ 4-II1I 


At E'ORT RTRrjrr 


I4IM CJOVKRNMENT RTKEET 


CANDY SHOP 

lU Fori IMrato 






No Spring Hats 
As Legislature 
Session Opens 


•ml M<«’« Kk|mii' 
«ii*M »r*r«4r|« %m4 

•/. PRICE 


>!«• KntlMi 
IHfui^rwBiv . . . •! 

Vi PfUCE 


JEWELERS 


ISI7 DchikIm StiT^t 


¥¥¥ 


(Tiilimtrf VU»«rf^ IX^ Frt, Jm. 21 IW* J7 


OPEN TONIGHT 


A v 


*•* *r. 


January Clearance 
SALE Continues 


Th# Nillroom of thf Kmpre« HolcI 
was throne^ yfrtentay aftemonn ■! 
th^ cnv»nin>enl iw^tion C*v«i 
foUowInf th^ oppninf of th# fhlnl 
Mttion of tht 2Mh L#cl>l«tur« of 


Spot of Tea and a (lake 


A ‘First’ for This (Quartet 


B.r. Enjoying too ind cakot ara. 
from J^ft. Mr«. G^orga D. Wong of 
Vanrouvar, and Mn. &mmy Km and 
Mr. Kea of Victoria. 


It waa a **ftrat Ro\rmmrnt ircrption** 
for the four young todiw ahm^n 
ahmr. I.^f1 to light, nr* Mm Haathar 
Mn^'ayrlcn, Kamioop* Avrnur, Mim 
D awn ramming, Whilruida Street, 


Mi<« Brenda MrReth. Grange Road 
and Mira Bonnie Re«rott, Cadillac 
Av-enue. The giria had the thrill of 
meeting the premier. 


hprlm may h* ar»>uT»*1 lh« 
corner tout »»»• ha«» awn a! 
in* openlirg aeiuMon ««t iHe R.C. 
L#fiBl««tira ye*ieraay |av* no 
|nmr*iM«n. , 

Blame M --h ihe weaiher. 

One of the meet mlaeraM# 
rt*ya yef cRperlertred In Vic* 
loria Ihia witiler aH Ihe acene 
fw.- the thlia eewlon nl the 
•''Ih l.ea'*t«lMre of B<* and 
the ladle* the llmj*e 

t^hnae bnnrtela drUgned for 
»ei weather and nlnier wear. 
HIHHIU. TMIMhlNC. 

But here and there amtleted 
around the nearly packed 
lefiUarure there were ftne 
e^amplea of wi«hfut Ihlakmc 
that tha weather michl im 
prove. 

Mr* B»»da Bmwn Ml.A 
frnm Vancwovei Potnt f»rey. 
waa radtaot in a chic trapeee 
llTW enaemhle «t peerork hlue 
hrocada. Her peialied hat In 
anadea at Woe and green 

Challenge 

Ciren 

Orators 

SrONEY Memhei* nf the 
Madrooa Toa»tmie»feea 
were preaented with a chal 
leoge reren(l> 

It waa de.-*ded that all 
given din<og a permd 
af three mnniha mil he evalu 
•«ed. wllh the he«t *n be en 
Icred In a mmpe»i»k»n apon 
aored b\ in* area puhltcahon 
'‘ttlghilghier 


matched a aparkling nei-klace 
of tfreen and Wua atnnea. 

Another member Mr* Lota 
Haggen. MLA. Grand Emka- 
Greenwnnd. wMh her deek 
gaily adorned with a amsil 
Nwquet af reaebuda and enma* 
lkm«. waa charming In a gold- 
trmed *ul» trimmed with brown 
fur and a chic chapeau of 
cruahed gold and brown allk 
ar>d a tiny vett. 

Aneihet ouitll iHaP ofni<le«t 
to Bprtng wa* *he ensemble 
worn by Mr«. Peiry Siortah. 
Mr* '^etirrah cho»e a aimple 
roaHi auit dre*s with a huge 
ahawl rollar of black and while 
check and a perky white aallor 
•it aw with a hug* Mack bow 
perrPied In front 
MX IJTTT.B rAr.RM 
Wife of the Ueulenaoi CoV* 
enwir. Mre. Roe* u*hered In 
by m>* of tha at* ntii* page 
hnya from At. Lout* roileg*. 

• a* rhanning In a Mart* Taul 
cveatton of Mack atlh with a 
wide neckitrw Her hat wa* a 
rrencti model of apaikling 
hJtre petal* with helge arcea* 
■nriee and taWe* 

Ml* IbmneM. wife rrf the 
premier, "hoae green for her 
Hou** opening en«emble Her 
dre«* a light Mue green wa* 
acrepted with green ginveo 
and a *m*n green «i>k turhan 
caught with a gittteiing pm. 
CHIC HACK f 

Mr* Ravner. wif# nf the 
Reor Admiral »*f the Panfu 
Commaod. wa* aiured In fkre 
htack wHh a handeau style hat 
and a bmwn fur stole { 

Seoator Nancy Hodge* al*« 
ri>o«e Mark In a «m*rt *ult ' 
with a black feaipered hat. | 


TKfJMKMMH ft 
SEl.tfTIO.N 

mf 

• ELGIN * 

• QRUEN 

and other famouamako 

U to ^ OFF 

recular pHreo 
tw*r ••wa r«ar a— 

Kalwlnua RelectkMi af 
I'iae (^ality 

DIAMOND RINGS 
40% OFF 

regwlor pricea 

lAfge Vtectkra af 
IjHliea' and Me«'a 

IIRTHSTOME ani ILICK 
ONYX INITIAL RINNS 

'/« «• OFF 

l«rg« BelarCkMi 

FASHION JEWELRY 
HALF PRICE 

AUSKA HACK 
DIAMOND JCWELHY 

Set In .Sterling Silver, -Nerk 
let*. BrarMeia. Earrings 
Ring* Many aet with 
marquidlie*. 

25% OFF 


Minister (greets Deb 

Mrs. AWk* and tha Hon I.yle Wu*k* giret a 
debutante of thia year. Mk Ro\ana Brand. Behind 
her la Mrs. Eveline I'arr and waiting, ta her mother, 
.Mr«. Edward R. Brand. So many flocked to the re- 
ception thia jear there were three receiving line* 
— one headed bv Mr. and Mm. W. A. C. Bennett, 
one bv Mr. anri Mm, V A. tUglardi and one by 
Mr. Rotiert A. Bonner and Mr«. Bonner. (Coionut 
photos. I 


Cliihs^ Sorietirs 


i LOVELIER YOU 

Mary Sue Miller 


Five Veterans 
Mark Birthdays 


SawtetA^ 

“MIDNIGHT MADNESS” SALE! 

STARTS FRIDAY, Jan. 23rd, at 9 A.M. 

C ONTINUES TILL MIDNIGHT 

Thd* qumlity merchandiMS you want at MONSTROl S savingN: Terrifying valuek! 
ThU Is the biggest sale e\ent in our 46 -year history I 


Puaaywi!M?w duffiwllli. 
mine and •n«»wdmpa brought 
•pring to the lounge »l the \'et 
eran* Hn<pltal Iht* week when 
V) patient* aiMi frieetd* n>et in 
honor tiw htnltdav* of Xlr. 
Robert H««lj:ei' M Mr.Tav >r 
TeiUKlale 7 >t. Mr llerherf Held 
7 « Mr John Mil/ hell. 71 and 
Mf William <lii*'"»" 't 
<;ue»'» of l^■rl.l^r e*. h reieived 

s *fd and *mell glfl fr»>n tl'<* 
vs A ITr Ih* hoopilel Tlie htrlh 
dav «ake made hy cook W II 
kiihey. cofilatnmg name* and 
age* of the iv^rvvr gi;^ia. wa* 
rut by the matron. 


tWEM <M>T A nKTWT. Do y*ni know thib woman? 
gha work* hard in • >r>b Imm nin# »n Rve yet aha arrlvra 
thereafter at a party looking a* If ahe apent the day 
heauMfytng hetaclf. Do you ever wonder what her eecret 
la* 

Ten In one *h# make* lime after offhe Koui* about 
thirty mingle* foj a relaxing bath, a lartal maak and a 
hair re •►I. And *h# perfnima these heauiy ritee a* ef- 
firyently a* her office routine* Thi* la bou she wotka II* 
The aerond she gel* home, ahe pin# up her hair and 
dampen* it wMh a quick dry half *p*av. She then aiarta a 
fragrant bubble beth to umwlng. While the tub fills, ahe 
altpa out nf her rlofhea and cream cleanse* her face. Her 
next atep la to apply a pick up maak orw thal acta quickly 
to ttlrnuUla freahnea*. .She now glvoa over her tired 
muactea and mind lo a letautely aeok. After Ihla. *h* drieo 
briakly. aplaahea with cologne removes tho mask, lake# 
down and bruahea out her rurla. 

Th# rMiilt la complete re|uvenatk>n And. my eoieor 
frienda. lhal makee the -do“ wo»ih a try' 

A I 4 »vri.i« roMri.RXiON 
Whatever ynur akin prwhlema. to find a aolullon aend 
for my booklet, “A Lovalier Complexion Deuiled adwee 
contained inchMie* the rorreri rare for dry. oti) rom- 
htnaiion and r*mmal akin type*, pmper applhstion 
meihoda; trealmeni* for blackhead*, er.’srged pore*, ctr 
clea. wrtnkJea. cteptnes*. etc For youi ropy of "A Ivivei.er 
(Vmplexlnn * write me ift r#»e of Ihia newspeper. erj^o* 
Ing a large self addressed, tramped envelope and 30 cent* 
In com to cmar coet and handling 

•OwrtwM iMi. ewa rai wn m. im.» 


Mre. r. *•** Inatalied 

i*a preaident of th# Princes# 

' Alaxarvlra Lodge No. I*, 
peiighiere of EnglsiTd, kV fha 
■ rnct Deputy Mr* J. ft. ShlnglO' 
Inn 

Mr*. M WTiaht waa mede 
\ 1 r e pre«».1enr Mrs A M> V’le 

1 .-s^refary. and Mrs M rorter. 

' trca>iuier 

tMiicre m*«allrd were Mrs- 
M Bame* Mr* G Rawlineim. 
;Mra. M. Radt«r <1 Mr* L. Ur 
' rahee. Mr*. K Peakman. Mra 
D. Darvtaa. Mr* E Cunning- 
ham. Mr*. A. Iloroaby. Mr* f. 
Smith and Dr. E. A. Stewart, 
a * a 

The Canadian Folk Sortely 
rVinorta Bnifwdti will hold a 
Onetal meeting on We*ln,-s 
day. Jan V. at AH pm. at 
I mi 3 Dougls* .d treat. An 
antendmeni to Ihe «■'•^l•f| 1 u^lon 
will he vnie«t nn «nrt plan* fOT 

Soring Folk C«wtival in April 
will be «lltr«ae.-v« 

a a a 

Ti'e I'anadlan AModa'ion af 
Contumei* wiU meet In iha 
I music room of in* puhlW 
Ubrsry «n Monday at 3 pm* 


-The Magic will b* 

ptesenird h> Ml** Yvonne Ok | 
iwn. Thi* I* • demonatrallofi 
ijf new pfodudi ef the petro- 
chcrTtcal world. Final pUr%* 
will he m.»de for Ihe Jiwn j 
niartrhaid Fashion .Sh«m of 
Tex marie Cotton* r»n Feb. IP 
• rxl ill I 

e a a 

I'^jiadlan Daughiers* l.e*gU# 
A»sc-nM>. Nn. S will meet on' 
Mor^dav a! » pm in Newsiead' 
Hall. Oueti speaker la Claude' 
Sear), p'-si-deni of the Naiiva 
^n« of Canada. I 

a a a | 

Mr WiMiam R- McIntyre, of 
the Victoria Bar Aaaortatmn. j 
will addieaa * dinner meeting 
of the Victoria Chapter of iho 
Cerfihed General Accountant*' 
Aaaortatmn *1 the Pacifle 
ciim at dm pm on Fnda> 
Suhlect: "F.siakl Tax ’ 

• a a 

Afidr-oon Biaiwh of Chrtal 
rhitfch Cathedial WA will 
h«Mt a hu*!r!-s* meeting •«> j 
Monday In the Memorial Hall' 
ai / ■! p m wirm artangmenia I 
will tw made for the Shrove 
• Tuewlay lea and sale lo be 
> held Feb. Id at the home ofj 
Mis CUiide Gardiner. tlMli 
Faithful Street, from 2 J 0 tel 
r 3 pm. 

I a a a 

Memhera of the F^atem 
I ,-n,„i weic enletlstoed re* 

1 cmlly *1 the home of Mr*. W. 

1 Utile. |«lh Bee,r. Drive, when 
r a gift wa* presented lo Ihe 
J lee.drr, M * M Hunter. 

a a a 

Dutiir: mecitn# of ‘TTie 

f Kina* DauihJF?* will he held 
e on Monday at ■ p m m tha 
« Kirk Hall. S» Andrew i Pteahy 
ti. tenan Church. 


9 A.M. OPENING SPECIALS 


AMD MMItt, THEY LAAT 


DRESSES 


For all nccastoiih including prints and plain shades in a wide larlrt) 
'of (abrica 


OVER 200 ORESSES 

fttees S t« M. IV| lo J 2 'j Rf* IISM lo ».Vl.*t) 


*8.95 and *10.95 


100 Only - WINTER COATS 


Keg fA9!M tu fltUOA 
HAI>' PRIt I. ai.cl LthN 


HUNDREDS OF SWEATERS 

• ■awjkoo Orton. Ban l.a*i. Wuota ... In a wide varldy of 

*1|1 #11 styles-— pulinvffrs and cardigans. 

£9 to IV Reg * 7 J 6 la flllJS 


Vi and */} offl 


II a.m. SPECIAL 


6 p«m. SPECIAL 


And while IIm-v l»«l— tw thil> 
f HILDRFN h MltMKKh 
Reg tsjy | 7 . 9 .’| 


AND WHII-lt THF) UA>T 

4 « On'y^ AK lOATh. Hiirs I* lo U 
Keg. tl» 9A and KAM. ONF FRK I. 


p.m. SPECIAL 


8 p.m. SPECIAL 


And while they last — 70 Onl.y 

AH Wool HKIRTS In a variety of fahrl. s. 

sixes !• to M In the group. Beg. •C*" 

and II 4 AV ONE MAD l*RK E ^ 

Pi ts MANY. MANY FABI I OCS 
BARr.AtNS TIIROI (illOt T THt STORK FROM 
9 A.M TIM. MIOMUHT. INC l.l IIIMi: 


AND WRILC THEY LAhT 

rOKtM ROT ftLIM 3 IM.H. 
Reg. HM 


10 p.ni. SPECIAL 


SI ITS 
Bt OI SKS 
H.ANDBACtS and 

Ton: B.Acs 
SCARVeS 
nUNOUNXS 
BCrmR imcssEs 


ALL AT 

V2 

PRICE 


M0 1 ‘alr* HOfllERY. ^ a famous 0 * 1 

maker. •l-li value fc for I 

tiimtt t pairs to a cua kuwer ) 


COSTUME JEWELLERY 
LESS THIN 'h PRICE 


lUT NOW — SUNT NNTINS IH MARCH 

Open a Heurrahs riwfge or Budget At^'oUfil 
FlUCE COFK’EB AND ll|!H UTS— 7 P..M. TIB MidelghI 











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name 
RCA Victor 


\, Savs Bennett 


Didn’t Have to Borrow 


It BaH (Tolonlal I.C. frL. Jo. ». IIM 


|>rrmi^ Bwintlt Mid yMi^r- 

d*y Ih* provlDCiAl tovtrnmenl 
UMd up 935JI0.600 ot rtvMiu* 
•urpUu to tfspund employ* 
ment dur1n< the ll»r«l yor 
•ndlng March 31. liM. **h“t 
w« (hd not have to borrow bo- 
enuM we Mved our money In 
the good year* of H5S and 
Its*." 


and current 


eounU to the Leg> 


oar y ovary womaa <. 


plaiaa that her husband 
*'navar tella bar anything”. 
Marjona Holnaa in Fabruary 
KaadM'a Digaat thinka aha a 
ftgursd iwhy man ara ao cloaa 
asouthad (aba Myt ihato aM 
"aavaral basic sox diffar* 
aneaa”). Raad bar hinU oo 
bow to make men talk. Ga( 
your Raadar's Digast today : 
42 articlm of laatmg intsraA 


•etup. say welfare ofnciau. 

The Throna Spaech yester- 
day said there would be a re- 
ergsnuaiion of the department 
of health and wellare whereby 

the menial health »ervl«^ the 
health branch and the Ivwpital 
Insurance service will form moo 
department and the welfare 
branch another 

(ilen Hamilton secretary of 
the t'ornmunlty Welfare Coun- 


cil of Greater Victoria, and ea* 
Fcutive dlreiiof of the SUtmf 
Threads Service, a a Id last 
night' 

gaud move and ona 


SMALL CARS 


=*Th:-? U a good move and ona i 
long needed. There ahould ba 
one act to regulata all lnstliu*l 
tlans giving care to the infirm ’ 
aged. I 

"Right now. for Insiante.** he | 
Mid, "two-ihirda of the placet 
boarding homaa— In Greater 
Victoria giving auch care have 
only diy trade licences. ' 

Owen Kam. Silver Threads' 
piealdent. Mid hla organisation 
nod been working for acme 
tune tewarda an act that would 
regulate nursing and boarding 
' .:mca caring for the aged. 

WK ARK DKlJCiHTUl 
"And we are delighted to 
lesm that this may be tran 
, isied into official action." he 


No .VioDfy Down 

rmu ISM uceiHM 

TELMAC 


iiiiiimHif 


iiiNUHlilii SM roar 


First Indian Pa®e Boy 

First Imlian page on floor of the Houag U 13-yenr- 
olrt Johnny Joe. 15 Cooper Road. He is talking over 
dutlea with deputy provincial secretary Laune 
Wallace. Johnny U a member of S^neheea band, 
attends St. I^ouls College. 


Inquiry 

Pleases 

Labor 


Di II K Angus, satd that 
pnvste non -commercial pas* | 
amger vehicles should pay , 
e - third of road coals, com* | 
umI vehicles should psy ' 
--■• third and non users should 
pay ofW third 

It recommended much 
higher overweight fees for i 
«\jcnmert1al vehiciea and ba»* 1 
ng of Uce---^ fees on g nwa ' 
---►‘Shi instead of net weight, 
TWfM r.NT ROOnT 
It alao recommended an in- , 
creaae ta 12 eenta. from 10 { 
a galloa. for diesel fuela. 
The repc;'- mW 27 more j 

pr- nant weighing statlona t 

ahould be eatabllahad and per*| 
y — — * to in from j 

XT St an increase In coat of • 


Courthouse News 
Draws a Chortle 


This was lang overtuc. 
iid VS'lUUm Hoe^- city we’ 
lare adir • ‘Mrstor. *‘U 

lerxl to eliminate overUpping 


\'ictorla labor U all In •' 
favor of the provincial gov- 

emmenfs new ‘combined Bov^ Mr ” , v!l 

oprrmtion-pl.nlod»«l«lth lUmilion 
unomptoym^,!. 

TT.i;: will pve a ^ t,* Cv.r.venad Immedi 

c-'.x.-r^ tn TH U> "‘■fas s« t«<vs i;-!- W'vs and mean* 

(O 'he j.uM-- R^.^<e^t *J “'-|vtng the unempl-^yr:- • 

Vk'orta IJihOT rmincll pr^l p„,bhtiv 

^».r; puv"\id U^nr 

Hr »as r-:~mcntuu* on and all miere-’d 

Th.-nr s. n-H.n. -.nr;,* * -MduaU wlU he 

yr*terdsy ihs« ‘he tfsndine Thr»»»‘r ?*peech Mid 


Uleutmsi 


When 
Frank 
younga- 
mother 
hand gave 


Fit ft >«ugh of 
»iitmg of iha 
. tme yesterday. » 
the re-"*-r "f u 


R/»s c'" a star: wiU 
...;, v be maCr thu year on 
vtnorUs rounhouae. 

CCr MLA Tony Gargrave 
snd Liberal r " — '“^ts At-". ' 

and Oarge Gregory 
chortled Th y have been 
r>«edltni the government fbr 
Mveral years shout a a*w 
for Victoria. 


The report also calls for 
estabhf^-r^t of a central 
agency ar department of 
motor transport to protect the 
highways sgalnsi deatrurtlve j 
use. to enforce revenue laws[ 
offeri:;tg commerrtal veblclea.i 
to make and administer Mfety I 
regulations and to conduct | 
rontlnulag r e s earch Into prole [ 


Donald Brotheiv newly 
elected Social Credit member 
for Ror*>!»ndTtaU. Unt Kting 
In hla prwdeceaaor * seal In the 
legislature Robert Sommers* 
seat m the housa has been 
taken aver by Irvlna t’orbett 
ISC. Yale* Mr. Brothers has 
been seated In the over flow 
MCtian of the Social Credit 


court: 


Invited to psrti'-lpate v.tll be 
repieaemsUvrs of m*r.;re 
ment end laV-; snd all In 
terested group and sndivid 
tisla lha ■ntf^r.e Speech In 

1M> ANYTMINO 

if It s for the benefit of 
UNn we ll teaiify or do 
!hvn2 ^•’••c**sry to help.' -^td 
Mr Barn? 

In»rr»et1;ste mnvrnmg of 'he 
staM-:::,g -.ommlttee ir 'a vny 
rarsd Mid Fd Haw. la 

bar council vice ptegid^.t 
GKr.ATLY A.*v**lHT 

He Mid the plan would 
gre-'!‘. assut the BC. FMe«a 
Hon .tf Labor whKti w •*■'>•1 
In; a delogsimn to Victori*. 
Keh 2 

Thu win giisrsnie# thsi 

they 'r:U be glvrti a heciwiii. 

Mr He- 

AT LA.HT MTARTIMl 

'it shows that they <lh.~ 
B (* government * are at last 
starting to tieal this -:rem 
plT-^'.-mem problem aertousfy-* 


|««na af aquIUble taxation. 


Cnrotanant in RC irhools 
increaaad during tha year cftd* 
Ing laat Jvna from 3IO.(Ni ta 
2T7JnO. Education Minister 
Laalle P eterson Mid yaterday 
In his annual repart tabM In 
i:te Legislature. 

Some 47.000 adults attended 
various schoola biding 3*.- 
611 Bl rrtght schools.. 


HAVE YOUR RINGS 
CHECKED AND CLEANED 
FREE OF CHARGE 


Poirer Chief 
Take* Seat 
In Hot S[Mt 

B.C P^w"' r==rr.mlsaion 
Chr..rmc". T H C;.^ was 
sealed In s hot rp'vt St *. fsler* 
opening of the 
tuie tht Ids nght was Klnar 
Cun >rson. s director of the 
pence Rfver Power Develop- 
ment Company. On ois left 
«s< Wnilsm Mesms s vice 
prvntdeni of the B.C. Electric 
snd hehi*ut him was Bernard 
Core, chief repreaentattve of 
Wenner-Crer, Intereais here. 


British pronunciation of 
the word "lieutenant" as ">f 
tenant" led ta soma confusion 
in tha mind of Leonard Tla- 
dsUe. young sen of Saanich 
MLA John *nadatte. at tha 
house opening yesterday. 


Don't Mae tha 
your *ing bera* 
•untings 


RetipptBg 

frwn as l^w as, 
per claw 


iKHummr 


B.C* Tory l^ratirr 

Off to fiffmrrt 

Deane Ftnlayann. British 
progreaatve Cot- 
•ervatlva party leader. Waves 
by sir today lor Ottawa and 
talks with nailonal party 
-rh!*fs He attended yestr- 
dav a opening of the new 
■rsa:.*ut ^f the BC. legisiaiure. 


RrmouHilag 


rtltjr. WTIWATT-M 


OrilN TU.NUrHT TILL t 


Jubilee B A 

The annual meellng nf the 
Women s Auxiliary to the 
Royal JubUae HoapiUl will be 
held In lha nursea' rsaidepev 
on Wadneaday. Jan. 2S. at 3 
p m. MIm Flora Bums and Mr. 
George Masters will ba gue^^ 


B.C. May Curb 
Power Boats 

BHUah CaOwinMn amy Uke atepa tn ^ 
Ull dl iwotnr bowta on smnll l^en, Recrentkin 
MinMter Enrie Weatwood Indlcmted hi hU annual 
repnH UMed la Um* Uglaialure 

-Motor boat use on cerUln mimII Inkea 


[/. pranas 

lUHy Corwer from Ihe Bay 


OLOMAL SHOP brings 

VILAS 

VALUES 




V J this charming store. 1 '*^’ J'* • 
to me the lovely V!l,A.S Bf.I»Ri>r*M 
^•RNm'Rr Youil 
beauty the • :»i'»e of tW* remarkable 
fumH‘'r^ evirt aturdy 

Vn,A S>.AL 

BrW 

Chiffonier 

Drenter irif/i Mfrror 168,00 
^ight Tnhle», eorh . . 29.9.> 


STEREO HIGH FIDELITY BY 


WonM. Taffetna. Cmpea. VeKefa 
-Sues P-20. IP's to 24 *s 

• K.XAMPLK 

Buy owe dress for «-W • T C M ^ 
r.slra drew! af yawr chohe | Vt 
up la same value, fee only ■ sPt 

• LadiM* C«ttM 

Skirta 1 C A, 

• LadiM' CMh I w< 

• SIrlt’MdTMM’ OrasM* 

In nykm. taffeta, w^i *f C M 

• SkIrH, JiM^ I S 

all BAIJEB FINAL 


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TtT view m. 


af <.'a/eoia/ 5Aep 

SEALY BI-TTON - F^RPn-: mat- 
trsna. famous smooth-top mat- 
tyem by Sealy, extra fine oovfTk 
*-atra comfortable. Comparable 
Value SAM. SPFXiAL 


//eurit 
9-5 30 p <n. 
Fri. MI 9 p at. 


Slaidard Fyreitsrt 


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FMV C/M Iift4irk.iv i w. WMATOVMI TOON KncOtW ‘ taM# aiMal Tl 

OIX EQUIPMENT LTD oiu mamb oo Buonor w» 

MB VATOi CAM fWraU. TWO rMfOCT $289 95 — $227 77 

XT'. X!**"* "Younflstown" it* om* rmmmi- 

MrWM «•» aM aM tMIrr Mar I^ITr’WCKJ 

AU tiui Mam« a— .n Ml LMtN VlCtOflO DcUo Eltctflc 


PVi-.r rr MULATTM MOO OAIA li M ^ _ 

I OFFERYOU !t ’sale I 

S289.95u« $227-77 iekuh VICTORIANS o*™ j*nu«t or oooo 

« BEST SELECTION ^ "'5^ Sailing 

Vic.o,.o D. 1 I 0 Ei«.ric OF USED CARS • '" 


OLSON 

MOTORS 

WHERE THE 
UNUSED VALUE 
EXCEEDS THE 
PURCHASE 
PRICE 


IT! 

WILL SAVE YOU 
MONEY TO BUY 
DURING 

EMPRESS 

MOTORS 

•GIANT 

USED CAR 
SALE 


Spectoulor 

Clearance 

NEW 

AND 

USED 


• MERCURY MARINE 

BM Ptaaata fT *a BV B MW 

tt TIWBKB 


TO FIT! 

Why Not Drop In Todoy 


tiaeaniT*,. ev a-HiB cihmc, oo^uiireuiiMroAT 1958 Plymouth discriminating I 

« o Ma Mi Ka aUMf H-V «a.av V I aaiavaltt. BUYER \ 

B I'OOB. OAT-OUl CALVBi . - ' 

Reconditionod or$d ••m- tm a— cmibibbi v 9000 i57 ■*'*'* V/l/" 

^ ^ , — - J ^777 ''** Mttava BaBaa, aaiaata n a. vK 

.« 4 wifAnr* 4 kW l-i TfMia vta«r rt.Aaa mat ' i T IV 


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Reconditionod or$d 


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,B idi.«f SM^TaTtM B 


CHOICS 4I04UTT CWMI o'a 
K U MaMiKMUa« H>V 

NIDHI a'OMB. OAT-OLD CALvl 
a«^lM la* aaMi CMia iBBl 


ovm JANUAMT BAI4 Of OOOO 
OB>D CAOB ta TOO OMATOfr 


discriminating k .^. 4 . 

BUYER NOW 

VICTORIA 

4-»aF aaai. m**' _ _ 

Ba«a i»iae<a«Mttc raMa iaa flfirwlC 

MmA Oaa •— a. laa atia- L^V/LAJC 

aa« Wa* M.m t'lOQC 

•at. MM ^ nap 

•OiOII HaaBMaaar • Dmt ' LaC 0\J I \*/ 

■Mirra llAlBia^ IMIf pavar 

CAN OFFER YOU 


CHEVS!!! 

® PONTIACS!! 


& CO , ltd. 

911 fort 

HANDBAG 

REPAIRS 


A^uaaaaa 0 **(. BrB Tmrn 


rnieu iUmCT^itrsi^ici 

fiMary «rai* a— arriai haa* 
•uPnl p- n afMaiaa T«h<aa ar 
rivM> Maaa iV niM mh 
M ^ ar atrtata tia NMia. ik . 
tL «lMt anartara itit l»lk. ' 
la>aaa«a ur D 

I TNU U MO^ vyp XtALAAD 


1958 Ensign 

Aaia aaiia air aaaauwMr, 

aBM ■Ilia 

$2299 

1957 Austin 

Atr aaMHMaat taa taaia. 

$1399 i 


vv 3 

OUT OF THIS } 911 FORT late MODEL ' 

VA/nOI n tfr ug aiti Ttkua ar LATE-MODEL 

poem MmuTw iMA<n IT 5 K 'taS^^S: ' USED CARS »957 Austin 

mnnii »vr Wirro.' BfArt HAhsIDRAf^ la.aaa*a mu ^ m aaMHM*a» taa Miia. 

$ 1.19 to $4 45 REPAIRS I tw* u *.*lai.o Fully RecofxJition«l $ 13 W i 

.Mvenurr, « tm. ^ Sold With Our ,957 ChrysIcr 

”‘ar%r^ ^LjKSTtJSrS I l-YcoF Worronty t- i— kra.., 

S*.S* r*...?* * *-*- -*** **~ -y -***.** rmra BIODA LLT ooai AMO ••• IMD «• 1 »|A. ' ^ aBattM* tl«M ailaa. 

« 1 (A l-aUM raatoi 0 . »aaa oUADAirr^B a««ra» haai mt laaf ^afri mi 

rMaa* -C MaMrar «***»«», i ' ^Tal DaiMaVaMaLMliar 1^7 ««»r»OtaT M Air la-, NXllQQ 

a»^ita ««4Mla MMMaiaaaart ' D>»a rmra «M a«**lM a«. ■atatata eaaamaa iraattajl 4 f»A/77 

«*ntata iwwfMaaaaary aa- ..a, .. ' ' ■ ‘naiUM *-«■ «a«a la* 

.-rr. $2295 1957 Plymouth 

HOBBIES AND CRAFTS ”~SC£ ;?VSi‘ -- •• . ^ *'“• 

B4M»»..m »*»o4 v MS. AurruAK r r- •P4V/77 

Vmm iL KV 2 7MI -■ - ■ ■ I — Sv^Mwa. aMwm MOMO MaMiaaa Baiaa Ataaaa 

~E;;^r 7 ;^ I Woodward's 

EATONS Tr<i«i#.ln j ammi.aik* amo i % ^^iTSrU^TrM 

D*aartm«rtr ru«vm/.t mkmmiooim . _ Mr 4 m> MA»«rr o*mt 2Haa^^# f \9900 

Lwparfmenr I always a cdoic. $• wtvamaaa * Kvimi) u»^iS»aM^ $1495 -^ZZyy 

Offtrt Greotesr Sovinot u>« Mm •namuw utmL-iu m iTg.~~wamM ^ *olb.wao«m rav* a»a foc 7 m 4.1 

^ 4 r , > -O' Ma.tar f ftiA. nf»i araM> alCA tm aMkar 1 1 70 ^ IVj/ PlVmOUth 


OVERSTOCKED 


tam fob bXlb 

I MORRISON 

SECOND BIG WEEK! 

I OVERFLOW 
SALE! 

i BIG SAVINGS 
51 $287 

492 a’^r*^ $289 

•nrocmAKMi »m»m 


49 CI^IIDLW ..Ba. $444 


C 7 auicft .aaBMattar a-oaaf 
l-^r lUttava .aBaa, aaiaatana. 
I M«wa« ataarwt, —ar a/ataa. 
4-aay a**— — 

•aaa. iaiar<a<«attc raMa ia« 
.MaaB 0 *a aavaa. laa ati-a- 


WITH GENERAL 502 JT^*^ 


$444 


*»< »i m 

$2995 


£g*-^ ^*** _ y w» a.i BMvriaitirr. ra TW. 

y — y y yj »2al <>e HAMO.AO. AMD 

iZ^ mm SSilfi I ^TWWI o ooo. ALL WQM 

Su 2 j^^ 

rtaaa* Japitaa -C Maiarar 1 

aaM-tta «a<uala aaraa.aiaaaara 

” JOHNSON 

— . LEATHER GOODS LTD 


'ccCADClLAe Cw»Mi aa Villa 

‘ a»ari taa taa» «raaa T.H 

taanav a««MMaiiB aaa •aaay.l 
I *■<•■ walaBiai aMviravtal 

aaa MaBaaaB lta» B1 tM 

I X:* $3395 

M .utf« •—■! frOmt* Dix- 

ara Dyaaftaa anaraa ra<$a. 

K aa ataartaa aaB aa**r 

kM Tva.ta4a •»•» — 

•tuw Oka aaaaa. wa «tta 

a- *“ $3385 


TOP-VALUE CARS 
AT 


THE DEAL OF 
YOUR LIFE 

1958 DODGES 
Brand New 

or 

Demonstrotors 


I MOTORS CARS 

I 

46 Chev Coupe 

Orvaa 0«aB iraaMMtaUaw 

$244 

MERLIN PRICE 

47 Chev Sedan 

Diaa Ta* >«A*a DaBW. 

$244 

MERLIN PRICE 
52 Chev Sedon 

I Maaa Maa Ma*w Ja. 

I Eaaitr «■*• 

' $895 

MERLIN PRICE 
52 Chev Sedon 


52 rr •^ _$484 


' NaaWf 

. Moarrue mbaa. 

> Naatar 


1 m m i. . J* ^-n€v xoan 

GREAT REDUCTIONS 6 Qnd 8 Cylinders ®**v ***»a ra>-4«a aairu. 


AO 'ooTUO tm* CA07 

ItaBi* a«B —taa . 907/ 

52SS^-“_ $789 
51 SSrri ,_t787 
$791 

52 Si!J *“«*>“*$797 
52E2“i5“ _ $847 
53 sc:‘sir.,_$io 87 
54 22,*-“" .$1087 
54 2L’*Slj;,_$n97 
54ElJi~“ $1295 

MniCfflir eaBaa Aa— all* 


Uaru«kMWaa taBka 
lUAia a*B Matar 


v>» *. KV2 7W1 


fAYANkor > j I ' * * w LJ I LJ J — - - - — ■_ I — ' V ■■ • ' " 

EATON S Trddp-ln j ammi.aikw amo i »• m 55 

Oeoartmwrtr ru»vm/.. miowwooim . _ Mr a m> ma»wt o*mt .!? *??- f 

Lwporrrnenr | alway. a cdoic. — w.a.amaaa * Kvitm; u»— — ^ $1495 

Offtrt Greotesf Sovinot U>« Mm WLamuM 'urmLnig m ifg.~~wamM ^ volb.wao«i Maaa ai>a 

, , . _ , OM , Miftar f «aA; nf*i aaaJM aiCA »*• mtimt w 1 noC 

on Uftd Furntturg Or$d WaaAara IMm tv. ,*a 4 a. |U ar *aa( aitat CV I fTW aara ..^914173 

M 4 n*ata«aai MWat.«ra ' anar 4 »• 

Appi.onc#g - all Fontpom witu 

I .am A-ta— a W— 4 >MM ^ ^ Sk WIPPED WITH 

I AL Vara titA BMM ^79 PorkOOrQ EV 2-8932 — ^ $u*^ CV 4 JIM. ^ 1959 PLATF^ 

I II • WtBAaM TaiaatMaa llta N j AATWiMtCMICAL TmaOOMV 

EATON’S Trode-In R«<0n0*tt0n90 Woingn ^ aa— —‘■J2r**i*a?ajSS cn fomar *aaaA. t70C 

VttAiAraaa “• -•«!.- •«« • 52 SSST rJiS^ _ $795 

uwportmenr mm jm vw» aia« •*T«KMmgo» taam. tuign ci an any — m caoc 

636 Broughton St. ! ^ TST ^T?3r, tTU'7:;irrri .-,$695 

OPMaait. oX? UA.. oaaa. 48 ^11 $195 


C A .UlCft Caslaif a Omt 
MB aa. Dyaallaa, •aatwa 
raAia Taa-Maa «raaa aaa 

1 :::: $1695 

CJL OQOOB T»*ar. nmm laaw 
, AM haataa ta* MlaM* 

I Itaai »t«a Om aaaM «m. 

:i>.M. $1395 


MVrSOA Caiti*.B 
caa w aaata aaa 


Opiliita ewaa. Lum Oaraa 


I Mr a-BMi 

ep^~C 4 jMKnv, i«a i •« I *“ 1 alTi!^tSar'^ IL“.y Lf*! tfoE ’ iim 

^a. *CJ Vimm I'" ’«='-»•• WLllM *| !»«-••«-. . . $125 J 57 MuaamwI 

t NO DOWN- PAYMENT CustomerBenefits 

o?^A ; Jl ‘ all ^ MUkwnr man lono allmi- --T— B araar fM 4IB MiaM. UUwrc r^YMeNT * ^ 


&n.Jir*glTWL*-^ 40 M»CX-.» •a*..-' 

Vara t«aaa 

,* 9 L'Bira TMCM. TV coaiMMi IT niffiinaii* am.. 

|rUH rant !;•■ yw aaa* cteif 47 *“•" 


'•. 7,95 ”57 Plymouth 

*••• - Maa* TB AaaaMUa. 

raaia wi-ta^ rraaa 

L EQUIPPED WITH , O 4 QO 

1959 PLATES . 

One-Year 

eaaaa«*‘'ra22** — $795, Worronty 

^a-r“.„$695; In Writing 

MgRCVaV *a 4 aa $ ] 9 ^ * 

m IMMrfUa Maaa Aa'a. Recor>ditioning 
$125 


a iK.'ar 

$iTbo 


•ara B«a 91 tf'-J 

Ca MrT*u« f>aw. aaMa* raata 
*9* a.a MMt Wa« ll.MB 1 

S: $1095 

Icn ■ 41 m gnaar «.Oaar m*H 

‘a*- Draatlaa aaaaa* taat# 


Standard Shift 
or 

Automotic 
At Discounts 
Up To 

$1100 


$895 

MERLIN PRICE 
1 52 Chev Coupe 

Oaaaa Ta* aat 

$795 

MERLIN PRICE 
56 Chev Cooch 

Oraaa 

$1595 

MERLIN PRICE 


55 SS;' — _ $1383 
55 SI 397 

S') OLOMBOta.. .aaar. 

_ $1297 

GET IN ON 
THE SALE 
SAVE HUNDREDS 
GET A BIGGER 
TRADE, TOO! 


MERLIN- Vjetorio's *???^ 

only dealer offering 55ca,..,nAia $1389 
, Q Job Security Plon 55 *^*il 407 


arBar MB BIB MAM- 

4 . 

UOOB* Wmi ITT 
■ta« Vaaaia. B i; • 
ka aaa tm Umtmt 


ON APPROVED CREDIT: LOOK! 

Sr '^*^_$595 1956 Plymouth 

UD.M MWaa « 0 O>t ***** *-• raaB'iMAac. 

'•MBMB MaaA .._9X7J # 1 CrVl 

S.r.K.-fSw >1599 

$255 1956 Plymouth 

Yaa Oaaa aa«aat*<M. 

. '•**• •* raaai*t-Aar. 

ENSIGN $1699 


Maaaiiaar iaT« Muara 

rwuf M.r CA 

ataaata aaa*<al 


atwa aiV-ABai taMT 'Wa-atn Ata*M aai a«i ^2 MOWRM OBlarB. 

^ ■A.trWiaiO MAPLE TA.fKB l»u4tWTIc' AALMI BAAOmaAD 

EM M.Y CADMMOM MaJ9 aaB MUI I'm rtaaa taar .aiaaMa ara* aUt raatra SO MODAM MlAaa 

■ aaata aaa*<*AA aa rnAt anwa n a*«a Ai*a I lar*a t«*ah •»•• rtmm aigSu M D«raM*a O iaa a A^ M*aA __ 

aaa AraUar^ CAaaA VW.t W rangarabra. m l 4 kav aai ■■• * *> l-MU >n A U T II l A 4 B 

•*!??• litTwi*’* * Maakr*** Pair a.»W ALNawf A~( :IUIA~I^ Cv«ia« BM>ar 

- • '••‘r* w AWA M.k a>ata^ IV afl auwna aat 

BPT rARIT a Mtn.1. If** tm • * A«*kaa Ma*i MatM )A^ Tatar aatal 


aaa.:* AU* !•■ artM. *m- Bvami 

. TC. r.MjTj,ou Wor r..L.*rS? >“ 

MAAMVr tHWJRTVr* raaaaa Aarary wta* rfiar**ii l*aia»aa rraa- r\ titt. 

IIBB QaAtra. IV t 4 *a* **< •*«« 2!«S »!r*?!l3^r* DMaCVM ra LADY • 0« MAR ■ .LACE W 1 T»W 


IIBB QaAtra. IV t 4 *** ■* I "M ’.TTSSLi? **** ^'^ ^ UkOT • 0« MAR ■ .LACE W1T»T 

t?V~ IKKMS TW M DgMOL V*«Ar* fWail Aaua*. M< Zmm TTm* !K^.— 

Cwng^wa a*| lafavi'a laa- ?**1*****.YV^ fO** MOW wAkTiRu*Bi*^ ' * a.vm _ 


‘A*. vraAiMa aaaa*« tAAta , ^ ^ »m. 

nrs USED CAR 53 "« „bx 

illVD v/Ai I if-n merlin - VjCtOnOS ^*'86 

53 #at 3 HmX>r-ra"*w*I VALUES ooly deoler offering 55caa„,„^ $1389 

kTm* $1 195 „ r, . ,, o Job Security Plon SSCr*^ •^- 11^07 

Cl CAXMILAC oaa** aa Villa 0/ UOOge KoyOl tKnt'g riAht itHijf. •• 

J* war, M*a MM. *,,** .^m haa'.r — Tr>oT » rignr, IF our- cc ro«» .MAA. C1JQ7 

fir*”'" *$lS9"s ^ ® 5^"!^"^ 

52 '-U-A.CW Ma*.^ i $2895 unemployed ” 5 332 

raBw UtM ai.* ^ ... n 56 $1555 

Zr.'iZ -$895 57 Dodge 'Royal' We Guorontee 5 ^«fv.olct ••u. 

52 JSl:; I— To Mok« Momhly - $1687 

Cl .pm M.n*i a i>,aa ** 4 a. $2795 Poymwntg Fof You 04 Ik.^ 

^ 'iS-«:!f~Bwr“ $795 I— You Don’t Hovo To $1495 


• •aiffaB. War 4i SM 

r*;- $1595 

MURARCII •aBAA aalAWara. i 
aaitv raBw UtM aia* 


52 «• «no *aa*A. AAMAftla - 

^ us-girn:” $795 . ^ 

Cl .OICR «**<I*J a i>,aa **4 aa. S//VS 

aaMe* r*am W*t t70^ -ymt t ,J 

MM •*.# MM 

50,‘irrst^*r;.r'r‘ 56 Chrysler 

M*a CaOC WA*a h*M«a* rMt* 

l*a* #W70 Waiar am aaia** 

CC ■vice C*MWr B-Oaa. ■...-I C2r“~* 

ar*. «ata«AlM. aaaar .ta*?. e^*Ynr 

la* AM krABra Taa-isMi.*' *V//V^ 

AA4 a*na Wa. J2195I V*^r f J 

55 57 Ford Tudor 


MM M*a BMB 


i.a iMMoaiL* 


i— T o AAokf Monthly 


$1687 


Poymwntg For You 54 MwTTiaariAA 

I— You Don’t Hovo To $1495 

Poy Thom Bock 55i::S:"Sifl $|497 

[—Life Insured ^,472 

Cootrocts Cf Mtoa Maas fwmm mmt- 

— Personol.ied ^ $1642 

Merlin Service 56 $1484 

—As Low As 10% 56ST'^X^ $1509 

Down! ^7 VAU.nAU. CrasH ^ »mw 

— 1st Payment 1 - $t 666 

k. L 1A > CC MBRCWaV BstMA* C*h.^ 

March iU ; JJ aa.a^Mla WkMWiinaA. raaa* 


54 

ra< 


M laa askaa a*.a MMr*!a.wiJ. - — 

■aM Mm llta 0 *A«-aa •i.aaa. ORAIR-MWl MOWS tia A L« ***<ar B *K. .ALLOOR 

MB* a* kkalA ««i AM araaaaa ”** **• * g W** Maat(. aaraMai . . ^ ^ ^ 

JAn'iri ynn*~%rwAC — "il** ** **“ tvKkiM HORWFV^n 

Y.gg BOirg Moomf^ aa!L.^*^a^/ ***• WKIT. IMAMM. myb MMR nV«Jl\VvL,JLJL/ 

y .X*mnt,mm ilS* *JJTZ7a SI * “** »*LL CLairK mjitamji ^ 

*-B«^ rTVZ TTiZ? •^SlOJohnton EV 3-6113 

VOLVO DEALER 

* *** ••*• 1 a*A»f UAa aaa IT n g patLatM t 7 m 

M*aa laataiaM aaa i*aaaa iii *•(* ■paA lijawi ai— * V'-CJ n •!). ON *i AitTX. 

mZ isr? Z? kir^ *** •»»l>^‘aa*«ra.i*rkM?l|^ W WMM ^UtaW W 58^2*^’^-**' $2395 

»■•■ *aH* a«* kigk ihAi. All ■ I PM* i*N raaaawaty CV kM* Mam H . # AUTU 

K $2395 

'* 57™.™il.’” $1895 

^ "'•SL— .’S, SU,"“.*Si"#S',V CS ^ c,. *2895 

BMMt mmn w*ZfJL MZ^waTt^lW “y***!.***, gv_w.u ^ *»«»•* *Y ■. ■ >^0yj 


Maaawn*. ?a 4 m ••*•»*■* 
pAWt MBM ■lia*. 

$2199 

1955 Hillmon 

Tva Oaar HAta a* 

A-r rAMHfaaa*, 


ts'iMB raaw Wt* t'laa'I ' 5 yyQ*\ 

Si* $2095 -P4X7J 

57 tl-THSTL.-;::; .rj 57 Ford Custom 

I aaa aaaar HaAMr aaa tm YWa. Nasua akJW 

MA Wai u Mt *1 qAc valk. ••!••* 

M>« UM sioy^ eooot: 


Nasua akjw 


$1099 


1 57 MowriAc Tvaw .*«■ *m 
'<*' haAiat L4*Rk klM M«.ir 
I raaMajiWMi Wm kl BBt 


1954 Chevrolet 

Maar-DsAf Pa«Ut kaSM, 


55 MOtmAC a.Oaar maaa. a.. 
tmm rsata OaiA aaaaA «ta 


S 2 T..;‘« 2 -;..r.?.“*T. 4 : nai ..TT -« - ■'■'ri- ■ - coverage ri* 

Bar larsa tiara Irasaanai Mtea- . aay Atm Miiahta nARROZg TAME MCDNOCR S3 VONANCWMaa*. C 1 00*k INJ/~I I irMk.l/~ I ICC *a i-m* 

« • kM lakAtAt gva.Mia mmmtum. aim*i Za *T ■ ■ . 6IUT3 INCLUDING LIFE 50 2? 

“S,;.* »■<» 1 953 Pontiac si « 

Mml IM QiAMt M'W *«k aa* *y**.>***< tmm l4'’>«Ra *tr», 50 »>00<*g MarBi**, tOOC rurlliat. SJ 

W a*a AMMifWr r*» rawtfV Cmt m ar OK * ifea UA * * SOVu MTaa Daa» MaaMa BMaa, ZIT 

sriif” ^ 52 «« $ 595 , “* 9 ^- 55 ~ 

— •* 51 .OIC M*tA. 570^ l,^,g 

■>»j_ w\^t IWOOI. MATMlarTT 'iWIt' MJ.g *^ ' *Y ■- ■ «_ -#/7j, 

Ktta Uel l»ar t ;. $345 1951 Chevrolet 55.™; 

Uaily Astrolo^ $2751 $697 

.7. _ * ‘ •*■* raaatAraa amw #wwm — ~— i i I _ _ _ 


MMia ■-- UM -iT-r ■•raaa. laa* oauawa EV >-MU at. m. ■ 

gJUimMY TOW. BOME WflW aK» Msay Bair kAtWr *A la paM ■»•«***•■* »Y Fl0| CC rrr«4BAKai Cl 47 C 

Craruw earragAtea nMrgiA* aRaai- aaMHi** MsaanaAl Ttaai CM- EBATTT WA*Bt. MaNTVl CM^p am *•«« ^ ^ U I 

M« »#* caeaaata. tmtut* tmm pa*r U*na* w Msm mrm- a.iA*ar paM *#*•«. *u TarW WLLM*. a-Br 


II fM 
Bara IMP 


$2295 

$I79S 58 Chev 'Delroy' 

C*«B <Wam "aasA, fcaataa 

$2395 


M*«a Date MaaMta BaBAA, 
Wr •AAaitlAAar 


43 Vb r r-““ ““‘t: >2395 

$1099 56 rJSr'-i'V-.’-/; 56 Chev Tudor 

2895 | NoPoyments $1695 

1695 1 Until March , — 'l^-^’“i 22 os 

1 1 Bwr taa •it***a 6 ^^y 0 1 MoTtnrrK 

1475 CM|| iKicijpANjrp 51 y®»tiac k pA*. €*••*■ onoren 

eooc INiUKANUt ^ • raaw A*a kwier a*. 7m 4 ; «rt»Af fcM»*Y 

$M 5 COVERAGE Ti* $5451 

1095 INCLUDING LIFE ' $1295 

$895 iftco r> - $395 

$895 , 53 *r*’^ *^T 7 oi ^953 DeSoto 

$999 , 5 ss 2 ip*":ic:'rAai*^' 


* AUTOMATICS! 
56 Chev V -8 

I Aai 4 M*''a ware** | pvaae. 

l*MrsBkta 

i $1795 

MERLIN PRICE 
56 Olds 4-Dr. 

HarBWp •*•*? M I aVAAf 
I Maaaa pi**iine Maaar keakaa 

i $2595 , 

MERLIN PRICE 

52 Ponttoc Sedon 

AatarMAA mMI B-ayL 
■aaia Aa«a*atw 
Tap akapa 

$995 

MERLIN PRICE 

53 Chev Bel Air 

.i«a Aaaaiaaua 
■aatA ataaa k«y 

$1095 

MERLIN PRICE 


C 7 VAU.NAU. MaalA Nmw 

l^lmt .. $t 666 

, *e HBAWNT BarMap C*h.ia. 
I OD AetiMtla traAfiiiiAA, raaa* 

:r.M .. $1692 

' cz cBETNOurr bmaa mm**- 

\::T*ktr. ,$i 876 

C A .Vies *a*ak OrAalWa. 

paaar urntm^ « I 707 

rta^AMkaaMf #l'Mf 

; 57 « 5 :'^*r $1883 

WNBVnOLrr gaata M»aar- 

, tTwe $1988 

CO CAOIU.AC Caapa a# Villa 

'!f$i 997 
57 « 2 “*iL 7 ^ $2111 

. NO PAYMENTS TIL 
I MARCH 

j W th Your Trod«-fn 
j 30-DAY EXCHANGE 

SSES’aZkMf $2336 
57 SS 2 *£;r $2442 

CO cNCTNoirr mbaa 

$2426 

58 EC-'ir S 2336 


$999 


KAr*kA* cMMai raa*a A 

$ 1795 ! $1245 


prwaa lA aaU # * /TO 

CC cmvNotrr d* l*** v • 

a - OtM t-aiB aalAMAita 


miDAY. JANUARY 23 . l«i 


•A*y CANRIAO* VPRT OOOO 

••anaHMA. bm on l MM 


Twtoy t Wuoiaikm -Uf* u not Mt *hort Sut lh 4 t io*T fbN mua ~n«w> MOONEY & SONS 
J.*'”* Krw'rNon. FORT ST 


Frt<l.> for Cvaryon* Try lo bo* ttio con*«rwilvo Vmfo W flouj UM» way u 
e14o of wN«( lr.naptrv*; iwa»k l<» tkotd >our own with * 5^ 

.i.a ._ ^ ... ... . ' . .. Bwamia a.Mirna I 


■in* OI wn«( irgnaptro*; iwait lo iioKl )uur own with — — : tu..,.. *^*. 

T” 'o «'"> "*■-«• •■■•»-".,. Korf ffi"je.™**ssx,‘yi*fR; : “ *J 3 

clo.r f» dl«coid. Rofr.m from lofTtnc ibbuo* wamiimi wai'mirn ■«»— ■ *»■ condition or>d 

IawIi for Vnor llrttid.lA Nod ■Irthalgn eokm aaw cvimbi arM. An*t b Will give good Irons* 


Marrh 21 lo April 19 tAri*«i K**p raim Jf Ih* cedab rorra jm dblivbud ' portotlon. 
bnuBThoM. Of of nr* mn* 1 . h*i*Ur. turiM. or unai*r 
CamBChNnc*. SI MlMT.UJ%NBOt's' 57 ?S?** # 0 ^ 1 QAO C J 

April 30 lo May 31 ) (T«urwR> AUmd m n>ulin* WA.NITJI 94 / 3 ^J |y 4 y rOrO 

lolrr^* WMknrMRB. put minor rhorw. firm 53 SilST’*’*® $2300, ***%,.r*Ty**"'^ 

M.y 21 to Jun# 30 fUfu** to .Uow Xn!rSi5aB*m 5950! $347 

Bd^tnt Ifl f*t yog down. Protrrt your fininclBl cs tO*3A' 

hrionslnf.. nruRmiRE aru AfruAvetE utTMVB „ 

June 31 to July 33 tC.nrm’i PUy • w.ti|nF f.m* * 2 iIja»AN^*/Vv bb^ 51 mu.MAB _ ,-.$225 TRLIC^K 


1951 Chrysler 

B*«r 0 **r BMa*. 

Ma-Orita*ar. 

$997 

1950 Mercury 

BaiA* a*r >a*anM*ar. 

$599 


]952 Plymouth 
- $ 1695 : «:«« Lm 

TRUCKS $895 


$2561 


^ M.y 21 to Jun# 30 fUfu.* to .Uow jTa a^»Ra 53 U*m 5950 ! $347 

Bd^tnt 10 f*t yog down. Protrrt your fininclBl cs tO* 3 A' 

h*lonftnjr*. nruRmiRE aru Afn-'A'' 0 * urrMwi „ 

June 31 to July 33 tC.nrm’i PUy • w.ti|nF f.m* * 2 iIja»AN^*/Vv bb^ 51 mu.MAB _ $225 TRLIC^K^ 

•otUy; prfNen* vli.Hfy. PtBnd Py and 1*1 rvema ih.pr obon>v>^"ALiiAn".«^ ro * CSQA 

thcmMAlv** HAUaTNo Waifckiae 1 OCA C 

July 33 to AuE 22 Turn fM.m fh* luf* of S 525 * POrOO 

*Nch.|^!LM. 7 ’ 2 i .ii^awaS %T 4 oT 

drm.nd tboufh(« ronrrntf.tion. p«(l*nr*. ^«a mm rt t*Mia _ _ 6 a p(.rM 0 ,rrB _ $/3 $14// 

Aiif. 23 lo .S*pl 23 'Virco* Adopt . rp.lUtic WARrn -o.bb fvnRrreiiE . _ . . . 

Eftlfud* mcBrding fgndf or .«mNb. Don I ml. frivnd nfw a wnem. rntm 1 QST Royd 

thipa and rinanfv*. o« w^t »aw on rA*ui vAjms/c .ccoc ' /-J'/ rurcj 

S*pi 33 lo Oct. 23 (Ubr«) I-*t duty dreW* th* *;>-«,*-«■ *»r 

^ !.*u* or you (ecv • lumlnf. B* frKtouB. ndponailU*. naaaAaaw* eva-MB* *tm i pa . — { $697 

dtplomAUr WAinVD BABY ' .ATBWWTm i \A/AKJTCrK 

Oct. 33 *0 Nov. 31 (Srorpiol- .Switch to k 1 **b oNtBm WANItU I TOP TRADE-IN 

Etrwnumi* t*mpo If yog v* b**n umWr rompul*»on or SI SWAPR TRADE DOWNS OR I ALLOWAHTF 

Bkimpins on r*Al U.* cr* *n rout*, ‘ Bi iv m iTDir.uT crio ' 


TRUCKS 

57 !rr«,S.":*-$ 1395',953 consul 
57 KKS _ $ 1595 , «x.« -« 

57 ;-«'..«,_$l 695 l $795 

56 S"E-Si.*i_ $1395 _ ^ 

56 1:!:? $1295 1952 Pontiac 

CC rwwBOLST C 70 C •K’Af 

‘r*l*A PkAAl #/VD eTOC 

55 r«S,...« $ 1095 ' 

55 ,*r*" _ _ $795 1948 Dodgt 


u Msartk. ka«*MAUa tr*A*aita- 

ru'^ $2561 

WHAT A SALE! 
SAVE NOW! 


iSg.-S 


BONTtAO 


•mbb eWHrarr. 


TRANSPORTATION 

SPECIALS 

40 OtDsMOOng M4*a. aat'AM 
i^'rvMa Na* MM C 1 OQ 
•atf Ilia > I V3 

47 rBNVBLRN a -*Aai C***a 
, MMiMt r*at* RAf CIO^ 
I tm Ear# IIM 6 • 'O 
I 47 OtHNMDNnJt Maaa laa- 
tA*a praa* rtata .aa a$M 

I r- $195 

4^ CWNVBOtrr T**a». aarap. 
ttMal raaBNla* C1AC 
■a* IIM Eaaa MB 4 ■ 

AO MWrnAC *aaaa C t cn 


M afWr I pa ._ 
•A I BlRBl n I 


$697 


$150 


WANTED 

TRADE DOWNS OR 


TOP TRADE IN 

numi* t*mpo If yog v* b**n umWr rompul*»on or SI SWAPA TRADE DOWNS OR I ALinWAIurF I ' 

npins on r**l U.* car* *n rout*, T±mm'\tJu-r,j,iuL~ .u~~T.:rA* ‘ Riiv m iTDirkiT c/kd ' ^ MARCH 

No*. 23 lo D*f. 31 i 5 asliUnu*> K**p aome tvwdy Biart • wmw liak^ cv^*!?ti FOR other MAKES Ov*r SO Con To ChooM 

I at hnnd tn m**< un*xp*ri*d iPi)ulr*m*nik Don't *•>"“ - "• *«»*ai ' • CASH* MODELS AND PRICES Fmm All Mak*t tinM 

kK-t thlnfB (hat n**d dotns Got *nm* *xira r*M ^. 2 ? m. -r wra.. w aua^ Moke* ond 

D*r. 23 to J»n. Ut fiprlcornt Tak* ■ kindly I AAinTOVA/KI CHOOSE FROM AT Modth— Priced to Oeor 


NO PAYMENTS 
UNTIL EARLY 
MARCH 


M«h at hnnd to mr*( un*xp*rl*d i*i)ulr*m*nik Don't ' '* "• *«»**«‘ ' • CASH' 

n*strrt thlnfi (hat n**d dotns Got anm* *xir« ivwt axrja^^ ^ wbat m* ear Mtmmt ar aaw** 

D*r. 23 to J«n. It ftprlrornt Tak* a kindly I MinTOWM ' 

•ttitud* Inward your Bww>nai*a. RrguUt* money *• PETK ^ fV\IL/ISJVVIN r*rNk. # 

BUttara; h* wnniuirwy. 2 ST ^UTO SALES LTD [ OLSON 

Jan 30 t# Fob. IS tAqu«rlu«t Fjn*r>d (nloranr* „„ ^y* rZlrt 'IT imm pa-tm •» a .aai a ax-a^^p^a- 

and tympnihy to (ho** who wnrii wtih or for you- B* »va«»# ’ ‘i ^AOTORS 

•n*rf*t»c In yngr loral* wBirt b*ated' cat aum> neers #- * ea i. 'i- 

F* 6 . IS (0 Marrh 30 tplMv^l -. Find ih* happv STaM'rv a?fiL’^ ST^* T!S* mJUT.' USED CAR SUPER 

m* 4 («m In mngrmal anivKt**: avnld *iih*r a f*«at or a r»*EB raacNR ntvj u-o car . MARKET 

nanrUrtf Ahead Good fnc *n(*rtalnm*nt, aocta P**' 2 L# '*v I ■ ”■****! Yntw« nf C/wkIt 

AUW. W. t-n M. m-rnm, ,t Frt J: I. 5 . .. , T 1 1 . V 

lIMBMaB W *M««paa. IM i VkHaupl oIS» maoTWl ^mncti EV4*1 l47 


Mlity. st^.' Jan. 31 . 3 i: morning of F*h. 3 : 4 . S, 9 . 

ta*WMM I* OBMMIMIM Bt*l *M««P*a, tM.I 


, JaY* n 
Vmmu 


30-Doy Wprronty 
30‘Doy Exchorkge 

EMPRESS 

MOTORS 

FORT AT QUADRA 
Phone EV 2-7121 


jnoriN kM>ae 

$245 

NO PAYMENTS 
UNTIL MARCH 

XIFE INSURED 
CONTRACTS 

BUYER BENEFITS 
IN OUR 

"Spectocular 

Sole" 

VICTORIA 
CXDDGE 
DE SOTO 

1061 Yottt Straet 
EV 4-7197 


R*m*m 6 *r — W* ot co minttac ae*aa c^ooc 
ITo Bt o DMl«r Smrond 

| Jo Norw On Voncouvar $ 2^1 

l||(0nd'!!'t CQ aoMTIAC ae«aa rave* 

.JQ M«*MAUa MAMita- 

I OTHER SELECT ru'^ *!? $2561 

I BUYS' 

CY AA c ^ WHAT A SALE! 

57 Mercury Fordor 

BT m.b.aJ;. 4 .«.m SAVE NOW! 

$2995 ! 58 

MERLIN PRICE raBM*M*.Mw > 4 DI 5 

M r J , c J S 7 otnaa*o»M mbb* /..#» 

cdsel Sedan |J'»*Aari**. *evar artUa jm 

BM»a Ay k— wu a ra*w. $ZYa 6 

Mat* Ml*. * aa a » kaaiM *mw« ^ 

I *v*«t TK«a*A aw* ^ eABMAAe tt* rvaet 

*/0 iiiir|*B. paaec kraaea. f*aw 

$3295 $3995 

MERLIN PRICE cq ot na i i qB iL S b»ba* bab« 

57 Dodg. 2 0 r $3416 

R T VaUea *•* aaHa 

Aai'sr.'r* USED TRUCKS 

$2495 49 k;? . $444 

MERLIN PRICE K 7 tdJA 


AaiAveUp 

$2516 


C 7 OfnatiOBtlB MBb* reaa* 

, «// itAptMk*. paaar artk/« Qpa 


58 .m"* 

aeaiAe 


I ^ eABMAAB aaBaa fvaer 
UV iiiinpg. paaec kraaea. f*aw 

$3995 

ot nailQBILB BaBaa B*B« 

!Tue $3416 


USED TRUCKS 


S7 

•JA PWkHl 


$444 

$444 


1 — -awww 

j 7 mrvBotar i-tm 

Yes, We Still Have 

5 1958 Meteors 57 


New ond Demos 
at Big Discounts!! 
Come In ond We'll 
Prove Thot In Vic- 
' foria It's Definitely 

MERLIN 
I MOTORS 


Pondoro of Quodro 
EV3*2in 


Victoria's 
Busiest Dealer 

I MORRISON 

j Chcvroldf - OtdsmobMa 

I Ltd 

940 Yot« EV 3-1108 


MW*T ■■ aoto 

IMB Okieea m l-Baw taUpA vtt. 
Malar AM raBW gawtlBii •**• 
AMaa ifcraapkwt avB IBM *naaa* 
I ptaiM BTIt CM M Iwaara* 
I atik Bava pafMl ka reUatW 
Ipartr EVBWIM 

I ;m w YRit T'V" 6 u~tX'xw'mirm 

' aaRan w varipr ta*tk*r apraBaa^n^* 
vary anaanaKaJ |M tKariPAp 

Can UE. UM VMM kAa«a CmW 


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TOP BUYS REGAL 
FROM THE MOTORS 
-TOP OF LTOl 
AUTO ROW pQR 

SE2TS:2r«$l595 the fabu 

$1895 


NATIONAL 

MOTORS 

JANUARY 

CLEARANCE 

SALE 


new 

$695 


In Our Pr«>optntng 


BATTERY' 


52 Dodg« Sedan 
New point, 
nice cor $69 

51 Monorch Sedon 
Custom 

radio $59 

51 Buick Tudor 
Custom 

rodio $45 


Kir* OVtVT 

tail* lltl Mimm 


•w 4* -4Ciur 

l2’SS.«,a* $19.00' 

FRANCIS BATTERY & 
TIRES LTD. I 

nmuAuiMo ■racuuvn 
411 au«M *?ITtn' 


NO MONEY DOWN 
With “Loot to Boot" 
Up to $200 Cosh 
And a Good Cor Too! 


airkPiHQ RnoM. 

0»k *4> 


54 Austin 


$395 
. $445 
$895 
$695 
$745 
$695 
$,1695 
. $325 
$1295 
$795 


tM ALTO RKPAISS tmi 
8CBVICE 

r*«r for ouiiirf~liADaTn« 

*Mlf <*urh «M| MMini 


PREMIUM 

CONTINENTAL CARS 

liM K41U4AM <imA 
IM* JAOOAlt in * 

IMl JAOD4* Ml vn 
IMM VAnrAR XK IM 
IM* TRttnmt TVS 
1M« M*Al.tT *r«ITV‘ 


53 ES 
52™ 

53:?: 

53 Si 

C7 COM 
hM*»r 
AO DOM 

n«i« 

CO nvM 
MMn 

53::^ 

EU. $1345 

DRIVE IN NOW 
NO MONTHLY 
PAYMENTS UNTIL 
MARCH 


53 Mercury Sedan 
Seat covers, top 
cofxlition .. $995 

55 Plymouth Tudor 
A wonderful 
buy $1195 

55 Ford Town Sedon 

Radio, tutone 
point $1295 

56 Plymouth Sedan 
Top 

cofidition ..$1350 


$600 

53 Sir $700 
56I?Sr*2U$1000 
$I9S SPECIALS $195 

BLACK & WHITE 
MOTORS 


■MRAMMbI (•Mtf 


NEW CAR 
TRADE-INS 

SA'SS..- J1349 

5<SKS.*“'* $1635 

52*.™..,“’*" $743 

T«*Ra Or — Ttr4b D*vr 

Service ond Repoir* 
On All Continentol Cors 

847 Yote* St. EV 2-7411 


WtUftf l« 


Automobile FinorKina 
Auto Loone 

l*WWllJ WIIIWR RM nWRUrM 


ENGLISH 


M AMUA • Omv R 
M TAROVAIIO RMra. M 
M VAlKKIAaO aa«M ■ 


51 Rover 


lilood Finance* Limited 


Station Wogons 

^7 noMO ^rma. rmkr 
1/ iMiw. «• en^O^ 

y»lRf MMMtM 


KENNING 

Truck & Equipment Ltd 

OOTT Ar euiM *Vl tTTa 

USED TRUCKS 

50 "=!S _ $395 

56?Sr,U $1395 

SA i*r«ui4-noH*L >. . tm 


NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 


TRUCKS 

53 Pontiac Sedan 


Mony Other Values 
To Choose From or>d 


CAR BUYERS 

»•«! r»4r RR* 

-AT «« Afe 


$2195 


Delivery, Rodio, 


51 Prefect 


Side 

wirtdows 


FAMILY CARS 


$1495 


A. M TAYLOR SPITTAL 
ni m«T er 


ENGLISH 
CAR CENTRE 


MR Taim MXtirn AM 

IRR-Mraw M(IA* AtRlIAMR 
»*« WUb«R RAlklM RutAWR 
W MM IM AM IIRI R«t M. 

C«RU4< IUr'a' Dar' 

U* • eTVNKMWM. LlBime 
*T*<Hlt 


51 Forgo Vi-ton 
Pickup $375 


$1850 

$1150 SMALL CARS 

U T—RARI r*R*RRM *» OM* « 

$ 1 200 ^ OUMtCMMS 


50 Hillmon 


ENGLISH CARS 

M wourm miMr 


SPEEDWAY 

MOTORS 

YOUR 

Volkswagen 

DEALER 

Open Evening* Till 9 

951 Votes EV 5-2415 


YATES AT COOK 

evi-Mn orm » 


;irr.‘L $3495 

M»KimT IMRIfiRtt 4 Hrm. 

rrrii?$335o 

ropo Mi vomt. enjoc 

ft. ft. MMMUR 

tiws 

90 mO I Orm VMMriR. ■ ■ 

$1895 
S!I $1445 


$3500 


WANTED 

eiMA CRfR iRf Cam m 

QUADRA AUTO SALES 

UT Tain m wn m evi-ioi 


57 Buick 


nw ATAIl'mftHTft.- 
4. UM ftMrti DrtaRk 
IWM (lARr. tlvtM MM. 
«M«, I MilM «<WR. 

AMrtfR AM iRRRir* 
A ft«i m RAT ■<». 
WteRMAR ft OR Uft. 


SPECIALS 


JAMESON 

MOTORS 

LTD. 


SPECIAL 


CAM ran ctSAft cajis 

OVERSEAS CARS LTD 

ttM TATW ‘AftiV* OA>K BTj 


BLACKBURN 

MOTORS 

Johnson ot Quodro 
PHONE EV 5-3512 


LH.'irr MV'BSKRIcnilO ftnnti 


Your “Internotionol 
Dealer 

Truck* — Form 
Equipment 


$2195 

.$895 

$895 

$895 

$1095 

$1295 


56 Meteor 


19SQ 

LICENCES 

•FREE 


•enoft* McwFinTio 
luriiAfttr* Ai>c*no«cae 
Orrr m Crmurrmri 
er«*iMi 

ooLotrv Monroee crir rau m 


TRUCK SALE 


HI LO TRAILER 
SALES LTD. 


ONE ACECA BRISTOL 
ONE AC ACECA 


SMALL CARS 


llA MOVING A.VD 
HAtXING 


DEALERS FOR 


OPEN EVENINGS 
EV4-8174 EV4-8I78 


RENT A DEPENDABLE 

HERTZ TRUCK 

RabRvrm m imr» — Ra»r 

M«4«* tntTAA All <*AM tAm '*•4* 
M f iR4A f«« Alt aM RrRRRr 
ART* tARtai ftAOM*. RlA»k«t« 

HERTZ TRUCK RENTAL 

•W DmwIM ev 4 . 44 SI ev 4 -Wlt 


LOW WINTER RATES 


FURNITURE 

Tram <r wa4a f m«m |aa4« 
la aar faraitwt* Mart aaa far 


SEETHE 
1959 'LARK 


JAMESbN MOTORS 
LTD. 


YOU-DRIVE TRUCKS 


a Mraw, tiaaft niR| ii IR. 
'arRari. avmmia* Jar ttj 
<^A flMx r«« Hi' iaiRiia i 
c. uaMaft. ftvann 

rAmrrTLP ’ nemucT^eonou 

romn. m Cwk ■ Ur«» 

IMM Wiia RABM AM iMnamwv. 
AtateAw rwi L . ne KOT rmwia 

LT. Ja — ' * •• *»•. itaM 
cv aen mma mr . 


TRIANGLE TRAILER 
SALES LTD. 


DOMINION 
MOTORS LTD 


RT'i Hra u i* raM'^ 

AVIS RENTS ALL 

T»Ra* a 4 r*t« AM Trur|» 

Mi DaoRlM MraM *V j. 


Studeboker • Pockord 
Sole* • Service - Paris 

AfteKA WAT 

omwcT* »c AJv*nue 

NOTHING DOWN 

•Oa laarAAH waaiii 

I mreoft. M aaiaaaa II M 
I mftO Taiaaa AT W» iW 


10' WIDE 


OVERSEAS 
CARS LTD. 

mawwi j KM. Uftam 

"FIAT" 


54 Chevrolet 


NO MONEY DOWN 
rmnrr rtiiwa avajia*!* 
FTUftT TATmonra um-MAftra 
OF TO M MOWTrlft TO FAT 


D* LVXft evt 
liW Farl e 
(rit tAata n 
lAetWla* TV 


PERMANENT ROOMS 
LOWEST RATES 


rADFOWO FAY ATTFACTTTl 
IrAM (fU-iMUlaM MWA M- 
aAiar Raai II ftiaaiaa traw taaa 
AA«i\4 Mlfa*«a ARAMiMRia 
Oft :-ian 


totem trailer 

SALES LTD. 


Royal Olympic Hotel 
•a KMoraon nftMie evAuar 


JAMES BAY HOTEL 


53 Plymouth 


CAIUI ITT 


SALES & SERVICE 


GLEN COURT HOTEL 

■ A FaM Ua^ m MAMMia atfai 

fwm rv R4MM rv $.»• 


MURA Varaai FaA m Oft • ASM. 

r»« FAT TALBOT AFT* ATAO.. 
MW a«a I RMna am rAaaa. 

fn4«» •AM<iiv TT aaiWt 

vr.vit ‘ *--• 

WICATniftAfXft AF« .. aarrilf 
aat*. AMnrK (rMaa aM ai<m aw* 
MAitc A4*aj« AMjrtiM McflKiRAi 

»*M m pwm 

LAFO* 4 ftOOit •VTT*~ CLftA* 


52 Studeboker 


ESOUIMALT SERVICE 

Oar AisifRlA • *Aaaiaaft ftft 


1 116 Yote* EV2-S822 


cnxr-Fito MOToftiwo at 

A FAftOAtH F ft t C t FOft 
TftAJIB TO COM* 

IQ FACKAftO ciiaaar- TVAa 

$791 

WAJTT Moma TO 
CWOOM F«OM 

DON'T PAY MORE! 
ESQUIMALT 
SERVICE 
FINANCES AT 
SANK INTEREST 


nACNKLA* « at TTX euw* m 
«M RAfF AM $">»«• FftiM-MarrnB 
mm* 4pmr* haia ftU. ICVAUM 

wataft Fail ler ofttaiiiii 

lAra* M4 autiM Pa4afta4t4 klirkr*. 


in coTTAon* 
ft»4 I. A.%ir8ITR8 


tinn <***" ^ rar acu* 

#IUV AMDAOOOOCAftWrrW 

NO DOWN PAYMENT 

tAaaiRM Frva MaRUUr 

M AVFTTF A «R UH Oair »1 
« NIIAMAH im OrIv ill 

II Otar Tunoft im 4 oai» ii« 
II MILLMAV AIM Oalr IM 

41 traftAftcv im orh aii 


51 Pontiac 


TELMAC 

SMALL CAR 


mi TUUri 


Th^ New 

- FIRESTONE 

Dry-Charged Battery 

FA«tar» rtMF M ftr* faa 
R aaw M rMarvA 
OAArraaA T raM la Allaa aata 


KOTAt Airro AALK* 

9mm Uh* Ctia ftaii Lift 
IM tate r em.m . cv i eu 

■It FORD »-FAa»XFotfircovra 

tiMAcaiBM Itn ar r aaw m allar 
XT 4-iin 


oKtaxminOM tiTT* amcBY^ 
■Ma ftaAra f>Mu mm FirWaMt 
W mm* AM Irw naaiM. Mft 
Carafti araMMA BVAINi 


WAuctwo otFTAMrx umir VA- 

raat. I raasM MIh fT4-1R» 


49 Chevrolet 


JANUARY BARGAINS 


MORRIS— A4G SALES 
BRITISH MOTORS LTD. 

.«W ^Mtaa R *y*IFR 

IvAA twarv W«wAra»t fV 4 ja* 


lAJF^ 


PLUS AN ADDITIONAL 
SELECTION OF CARS 
TO FIT YOUR^BUOGET 


w ranTiiLaa wimortir. alttv 


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*wa A4ul>i XV 1-Mil. BTl iMI 


rm ftfHraraa tm Mr viitMli 
« Hft Cn«iaA Cm Cmmt* m Mr- 
tka* iMtiraian 


FArNFLOR ftvrr* vltfa moo* 

ara (iim vtaa. ftAataa Mia a<a 4W 
aaw AArllMA AMU FhOt Cart 


uuou uftioi cAft AMD rm>cft 

Mm. uarw Alla WriwFiiA 
♦ MM iM uaW i Mraai 

in iA-caafFLcn an or coa 

taa-aaiM,. mai AaaatA aaMr'a 
aaia Firb IMS BT I MTi 


MASTERS MOTORS 

ttt Tia* airaat Fftaaa fY i-ft 


» rAiRLAMi IM cvwvm 


PLIMLEY'S 

1010 YATES 
EV 2-91 21 
Open Evening* 


WILL ftOARD nau> ur 
RaM A4 aan flf lha fftMr. 
« >a A raw« av Fain 

66no' FOOD Mict]~rin 


CLnftC Oi • 

ROOM* AM 

Mi 

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Mr.NT*« TO mf.sr— 

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OPI>OBTt NITIBH 


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THERE OUGHTA BE A LAW 


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PEMBERTON 
HOLMES, Ltd 


WESTERN 


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HIGH ESQUIMALT 
3 BEDROOMS 
OILO-MATIC 

n»— » NinMn M Cau<«**iIa attar 


SIDE-BY-SIDE 

DUPLEX 

FULLY 

FURNISHED 


ciCAti MMirT i-iioaM njiT 

f»r-atat» 'tara* ctaart. kttaMwrtlr 


omn t^Aft MTOimrTtui 

aM wrrttar al M«*|i** a«ai>aair. 
AftM> Ra*art T oaa* a»a C«^ 
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$6000 PER YEAR 


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trtrtr* laa Maaaa T1 
aa>« Uvi»f raaik farttn 
Mr fultr fan»iM»a 


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Otmaa MiAa af UirrMt 
Na |i»4«>« A lAi 

MOWtt RKO« 


$1500 DUPLEX 
$1500 


KuT-..-. $U.200 

Itoir •rniUL (V l-mt; 

a«aa OlM-IMI 

LOW DOWN 
PAYMENT 

AS alfat* aapiwtatai aa iMa rrn 
• i»*a > wiMMB M«a Ca*>a«t> 
rA^« uivatai «la« la wAaria 
•BTV aa<4 »tw iiM l^rta lm*9 


MODERN 

FAIRFIELD 

DUPLEX 


$1500 Cosh 


IM MOTMRA POB SAIA 


$11,950 

JACK ■nowK. r>M r\'«r«f« 
iATu MtriCM mn Riiaun 
nrr.ra cv<«iM 


RANDALL'S 4 inv.;,™ 
LIMITED L. 

. CW MIA Trar 

SECLUSION 

NEW, VERY NICE a tudor 
3 BEDROOMS 


DUPLEX 

Uf rraaaiM aiaaa 
I nU oh* lalriai 


Oak Boy Realty 


i> CVAIMT 


WATERFRONT HOME 
COLE BAY 

1 00- FT. SEAFR0NTA6E cva/iiuuuiikj^ 

■ • IS, arar, «ta . jMa-tn - SWIMMING POOL 

panoramic view 
Sk t 3 -bedrooms 

IS lKl.“u5;rV“ri.: ;.t rumpus room 

BAR BO PATIO 

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ta.li UM M* IM rtf •••'•IMMI MiM >• artarM M 

.-vr, a «r raa»ra«M ««u rP ^ * «t.»u tanrtwt m a a*ak<itat 
=i -4 I#4r*«is aM «*. WK Mn'I^taiNa At«H aa a bu. la Uw > 
atfiiHaMi ‘r- At futM tAM* t^iAl l a a ai tatUl 

Maiaa»r-t i-mw* M$ aia<aa» la »>*a IM <ilf uM 

af* ^ taa naaw Aaaam Tt.<a* ABaA 1-- 

‘•aita t« I'A taM faMwtf*# Mw.fcaai ••As itMta 

i»M^r la lAarrNra A -taa* l: baa* a ha aaro-Maa 

QA"1 *•»« AM* M'**aa( 

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CV « aiM ItK KV ATM* Ali«aaA ifaaraa aa4 Aaa I'M 

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$6750 


ACT NOW 


DUPLEX ON WINDSOR 

ftMar Mavaiaiaa la I la«« 
aalira O-O-M Mt>%siar Aral 
YAl« la a «*aa aa iM* Ava'** 
Mrataa aa a ia*ai} laaaaraaaa 
lai arra* ftaai Wiaaaat fara 

MW $13,200 

Fa* lariM* Hiia«iMat,aa plaa n 
• all M A •itwa FV A TMT aa»- 


ala-a rv ; Jl” 

INVEST NOW 

Before Prices Go Up 

4 SUITES 

De Luae • Autcmofic 
Trode • Cosh - Terrm 


<<ai‘*u.v CAR err nx ths 


otooM rwto 

Oaa Aa* A«a 


na urA 4 BEDROOMS 
[a taTImS 2 BATHROOMS 

$21,000 a atiMia 


DUPLEX 

ATTRACTIVE 

DESIGN 


ucLinivt 

a Uarlatfiaa ltar4A»»«ia«a 

•M-rllia* at Vaiaru Lia 

»v i-arai 


CITY-HAULTAIN 

automatic OIL 

CwaAxiatila V^aat ‘ — aa 
•■ia*t»i '^sriHMa tmt aa<» 


IM riJSTA uie APAKT 
Mk>T>i HA.NTKO 


SUBURBAN 

HARDWARE 


WOULD YOU HELP^ 


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ra*il« 


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nraxaa tfav (am Mr rnm/m. SV««!U a<a'aa« 

$14,000 MODERN. 3‘BR. DEN 
"•'« 31.-S BATHS. OIL HW 

fta Itaa 'ai*Mt Iwav n aaMiM 


U4 t» *^1! r."' I\ •'re 

wuL FtRi-ttaat AtiRtnnnt'ni 

aaH •X«ri4a,»< Frt- 

•ai« Sir ^.<a Rr*-. Raa Ml 


$9200 


Stephenson 


NEED BEDROOM 
SPACE? 


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IMMEDIATE 

r“::ar‘^.^ possession 

MODERN — UPLANDS 

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a m awaaatf aat«aa TAM a arwM 
la «HI ««WI* ao,A /\A/N 


CADBORO BAY 
3 YEARS OLD— NHA 


OAK BAY 

4 BEDROOMS 


•it^ *%aiuixLi!. r- p. 

• M »■ aatfUaa*- •-*>« 4 
•1 At— '»• l*tf o*. TV I T'-^ 


CITY 

REVENUE 

25% 


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iMw AaiWtaaa Ufaa wair Wat rai' « 

''M* Aat w tia karat ta n rair-^. aaniM 
rwn a«a aaaa Mian » Fiaatr 
Waia r >alA^i*B aaat naaar> arra DCTIDC PV 
0-* n«i mttwatcii rrAWM; "CiiKt or 

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■artfta at mar a«a Mrtarw ' 

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KNOCK, KNOCK 
WHO'S THERE? 

OPPORTUNITY 


VIEW ROYAL 
NEW 

iMaa lara* Avtatf 


■I ^INFKM 
OprOKTl MTIfX 


lU BCKH»> TO B»3IT 
L'NFLBMKHEO 


FOUR-STAR resort 
AND LODGE WITH 12 

Modern first-lass 

UNITS 


GORDON HEAD 

JUST FOR TWO 

OIL HEAT 


BKB • arrrPNrvanv Umtito 


A HOME FOR 
YOU 

MOM, DAD TOO 


rv««m aaylaaa 

OUEENSWOOD AREA 
MODERN CEDAR 
SIDING BUNGALOW 


APARTMENT 

BLOCK 


ESQU1AAALT 
5 ROOMS— $10,800 


^-a— WA FV< laaraiM arr*a«) 
aaa aat>^ HMa ^rAa^ at a«ai 
|« ,-j tk Haaa» 

»*a»a aaa »«ttw ^ ncr, 

FV«L wrinc $10,950 

BBti < A«Fl.TtA> WVtnu. 
f*t K\ %*m r-«« 


MEARS & WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD 

niB OAK PAT AVtai'K 


OFFERED FURNISHED 
AND EQUIPPED 
$98,500 


141 K\CTIAf>i<rK 

■KAL nrrATB 


ala--* Ataraa raaaa lUlt 'art* «aA 
bt‘;^s aitJi tmtjH aar aiuiir 
tMk TW*a w am l.«M a# ii. 
a« aar flaat p«iii M taattarnt 
frr -ra aaa waM IA<tnr iw 
aa'r raaatr a«aa>Maf M'aMaiia 
♦•aaa»» »■• atari 'arar-r • 

ma !fcra Itt ar# tt ta Ma' Fitltp 
a t. a'. 1 Vru ma • arr< (A* Oar# 
aa- art Iter •*-•« rr ita*; fru »aa 
rrrnaaair a- aa#r arra la iK# 
arr'aaaaf rat iw >-aar (arafr 


A-tnt 


QUALITY 


OIL HEAT 


$8200 o. 

$JI 300 


VICTORIA 
REALTY LTD 


4*MILE CIRCLE 
$7950 


3 BEDROOMS 


-l^..-«.a,a. $16 800 

*•*> •#*»• CaU Orarir rU'A. 

rv I -m m rv I j«ai 

GORGE 
$1500 DOWN 

BASEMENT 
OIL HW HEAT 


A. BERNARD 


OE LUXE 
WATERFRONT 
$'’5 000 


Oak Boy (South) 


CONFECTIONERY 
AND CAFE 


UPLANDS 
NEW LISTING 
4 BEDROOMS 
3 BATHROOMS 


(ar,r 


Mirrra »-faa« Bar a.'a« 
rma *u* .nr«at*rr 
maai largr ra»ta«i • «. 


C.N. Montague 


prm KiDB BT-ant ncruB i 
rrena. Aaraaaaa rwr*. riarira 
at«*r. rvlrtarratar aaMtiaa aa 
ar^ Mi irtatra ArawMla ara 
IMB‘, CahlDr iMrarM" FAmm 
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•■# at r«k I aatnru, piraar. a arn ftia**# Ui 
• laraarr Ataitaatr ••- 1 ft ritr aa** • 

Fra*** AMraa 71* Farnta. Ft>aa Vtra r^i 
KV VaiU Frrim a 


ra, t *M 
M <m -ar 
a«tta af 
,-apat 


CANADA TRUST 


CAFE 

$1500 DOWN 


•v.-rr hit«a»a ?*Tii ity 
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H aatrftw^ Aw^i }^. 

* JCAB < ANAUe I 
aa * riaatt^ ,tai 


WHAT DO YOU HAVE? 


OAK BAY* 
LARGE FAMILY' 


EXCLUSIVE 

1150 OLD ESQUIMALT 
ROAD 


NEAR RC 
SCHOOL 
$1500 DOWN 


"THE SMITH BROS ' 

SUGGEST 

GORDON HEAD 

Wllb a *ra r<*a ta •■•• vaa r*ar 
ta«a<i aaaaa'r Oa«* laar hram 
traat ikr aa'rr TAM i* , i-m-' 
raaai aa*t#rtar ' 

VIA fan f iriai •„ m h««> 
Alta aa r«i?a raa« atiii 'nrau*# , 
Taa >a<t kati n r* it. taa nrrii 
rat raata atiA a 'irratarr rW 4 xa 


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paw. MMir la kiWAaa. 
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It Raa« im TM I 
«V «-lMI 


B-OUt 

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trade 


$4300 


GRILL 

and 

COFFEE SHOP 


Oaraa# CWa i, 
MAaaU h a«| Aa 
r ar r r#« (Ai« 

Wrl# Aaaif fra# 
aa^iatairal I 
trli kir« HrUra. 


FIMANCtAL BUPVBT ITO, 


AB airtr laaAartf aaih «aa«taaa 
lil«ar*k Bart tM aiaar aM M 
aaw taH »«ptf ArrA«a# 'a 
laMUr rtar amiat raaai fau ia*r. 
•rat FA faraa.r Omb •artfra. 

^wra ,*•«. rb... JP200 

I-Sr.- r..F r.-rr.. r\ ■ 

"DEAN HEIGHTS** 
"OIL H W HEAT" 

A •••'’ *rrr raratr •-rM>ai 

>#a *aat«laa raiaam an ■>#« 
>.*.•«#• Ip la it«ia laa tatil • >a 
aak riaa#* Faar aaiA. rri*« 
i*T$* ai'-rirrin, • AArAat. aitA 
a -AM » "•*» ama rkat M» ana 
't* Mr* a( wawriiail a< CarKMi *^n*r 'aai aaa a ataat rtaaai la 
M*aa --*! a aW anprrr all M* atir# Arallaa 

Aaanaartf tatfiaiara 
Mtalatra larMrt 
taAa mr aarata Aa 
Ataar ratf *«al t 
raia# m ima* 4 
Mr traat IT l-aitl. 


$14,500 
18'r' Net 
Revenue 


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>* • tWxa It! aatir aatf rmW 
ar Amah *<ia .I'tir riRw F«Ut 
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aaa* laral fa, a raartr Da«a 
AtN'iirici I, Aa a'rarartf Ftin 

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•V t t««a ntfutor 
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nil paaFr, Atrrrt 


OPEN HOUSE 
1047 Falmouth 
SAT., JAN. 24 
2-5 PM. 


BETTER LIVINi 
FOR YOU 


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aair*a«t,ata «4 iMrr 4aF-ti aaai naa I at 
miM m NMaUmla A Ca. flT 
till »iaa*Har4 n BV J-4tai « a (ir 

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AAkt ara BaaFilaa al laa Vrtf- 
raaaaa inm, raaa atiA lirraiara. 
aaatia kmaaa aiut •aaM-Fr- 
larAaF tf»ta« arra CWarlr aM 
Aaai aatf AM aaiar Fall im 
Aa*aaiaai ana Frw-ia aaraaa 


BUILD NHA 


WATERFRONT 

$18,900 


!• IJtlTINGA WAVriai 


No Down Poyment.7 
Own Your Lot? 

Equity in Home? 

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IIBM FBir a#a •• Aat^wtatir «a » 

IhaMr alia a (Aaiwa a« Aiaa* aatf #ma W tmm -a*r AMa 


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CTMiriC-nONBIlT 
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iM«r U*»i,| aaartrra F a* Fiat* 
OOM br«>ln| Twraatrr •?) IM 
ar* *, f • rtaa TKr Aral at 
ra..taaia; rAm #>444 atari 
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r • -i.wK •! H.tsbr U' ir 

B a-, at •«, atTw- tfiaa 
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riNAACla: FVtVBV LTD 

AFACrTY fhfiiAjm* 

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far •*:>« $Hm |.i .t Mjra'trr at la 

tab a BM M ari; tvatatf ia a 


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DOWNTOWN 

BUSINESS SLOCK 

TNVKaTrW It*,, • tab' rr>ai*rr 
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araaaiit la tfaiaaiava VAtana at 
a arw ,ar artaa >114 atarAti 
tah*r C—FWataa • fkaar* a( ra^ 
arirV antf raarrrtr rawrtivr’Wa 
14 atfA », ft Hasr araa ctrar 
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•ipir a- »»• fV •-♦ni J « aAti 
«a«r « r« llatxatf BT > UM 


Eriglond Tudor' 


■aaai anA 

a-aiarblata 


LAKE HILL 
%2500 DOWN 


I *a«taB la Vwiaria 
r*tara alalar aaait a 

rrfwtr tar oluNrrT 


THE ROYAL- 
TRUST CO. 


OUROB DUrrUlT UIAU. Unt> 

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baa t4 Vwtaria Litf 


YOU DO NOT RENT 
A CAR OR FURNITURE! 
WHY . 

RENT A HOME? 


Oak Ba* tbarataf I raa«B aiaara 
Bt^iaa Mtttatrtf arar Vbta'ta 
2J" Caara Taa-aar FtfTBtr 
tUMfr Braitat Uttatf raaaa ailA 


vnjtx Arm iintT clovbr 

■>* Minrwi AratlalMr Fra |,t 
knar afur • a n BVI •>«, 

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■ wtrt iMIt aa larfa arM uatf- 
•mbH m. Ural taaim Batar Fart 

$11,900 

Far ,Ar ai*«t a** ta* Fiat RttfMga. 
BTT-TA4I BT r.«n arraiBAa 

HOWROYD SUBOV. 

Wril lapAiatf far arftaWa Mm au 

Mwaa A kkiUiia ftrarma Anna 

» $895; 

JOHN GREENWOOD 

IM BiaAi Praal 


SPACE WITHOUT 
WASTE* 


$ DOLLARS $ 
TALK 


aBBB nrraiart tfiaiat BaaB. »atf- 
rtA kiicAaa taa larta Aatframa 
« F*r AatA alUKv raatfi aliA laAa 

$11,900 


WITH 

RITHET 


BUSINESS SLOCK 


ta lAir «miraa4 •■aatfNaw Aanr 
ta Multritf aatf FWi aatf#-i ta* «a*m aaa. 
la»tlT ^ rABtfrra Will (>*ibf r_in t itk*< 


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flaa, 'V* aaar# BHuairtf la ara 
FratAiTaa* liaaptaa arra Oaarr 
atn I'B n t U at uatflrttf rraMt tar 
hanr 1A abaH «a*»4<*M Frlrr 
•tl FFA Far tftuiiatf ntarsalim 
rail C Afra. paBatt BaaU# >IFM> 
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BTi mt Bv»-mi 


taw ktWBaa lAraa^ AaM ptaa 
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•aBrrlai FaaatraaUaa, all faraarr 
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rmm. raatflkPa n tfaaAla BAaaiAtaf. 
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awra ihaa ,nA* •• FIIJFA A«t 
lAa avaar B FraBBiatf w Bt«r <a 
aatrllaai tfirrawai ta* aaai Far 
latAantaa raR WAI LT WOOFI 

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rnBaaair r a patariilaa «f Tirkaria 


THE ROYAL TRUST CO. 

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aatf atark M fir*t-f>tf« raartiitaa 
Fbl' RTlrr ta* AaUtfini raata 


TRY 

$1000 . $1500 
DOWN 


t AMOniAP I OFFOPT V Binf 

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atrai aatf faraara Ff>*rni 
tr»raaa FIH tail I rarar (at 

$1500 DOWN 

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^ Panfivaawra Br««tnir* atf TM* 
^ Utf all Tatra Bi 

IP im MOWT DOQOLAP Fail 


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FOR YOU 


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na Moalltfa* MarlAvrattm Farwtt- 
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$800 DOWN 
2 BEDROOMS 


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$7800 


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1290 TATTERSALL 


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CONSIDERED 
BUILDING? 
IF SO, IN 
VICTORIA IT 

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TO BUY THE 
BEST IN 
CONSTRUCTION 


GORDON HEAD 

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2 Bedrooms 

KTERFRONT— SViS NHA 

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Uf I /V\yAPLt V\UUU f H4U 

s.w.A’el'oSl^Rcod.' Dean Heights 

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Uatti I attiai b«t>«*taa imx I 


HIGH 

QUADRA 

OIL HEAT 


HOMES LTD. 

1923 Oiiodro St 

*«AJiKnin BO rBOBLBir* 

NAVY 
ATTENTION 
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lot and legal fees 

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for further deIails family 

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u» coos rrwBBr 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT., 2 TO 4 30 
26 LINDEN 
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$14,500 

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imcwtUM. rman paamnp, BYb-lMI 

•1 **■ UP p*t mnafh W»a' iianm _ _ _ _ __ 

V,'e'iAn wMar. an* .mr** 

ur V an-.' »**. BY i-uii ISLAND HOMES 

duplex I Jbib OnvlM Bimm BV 1-11(1 

OPEN HOUSE 

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DUPUEX 
OPEN HOUSE 
FRI , 2-4, 7-9 
Sot 2-4 

PARKLANDS & 
ADMIRALS RD. 


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Winter Lull Not Inevitable 


Brown Bros 


HARRY 
FOSTER LTD 


JOHN BLAIR LTD, 


AGCNCiES LIMITED 
iiu ftCANMAas amcrr 
•■U V«TAT« MMAO 
MtKSMIJ IfrMni’l-t 
lUTtWl SOIKAl 

GORDON HEAD 
6 DELIGHTFUL ROOMS 

» m«m«« kuni* 

lOT HI IH«*I| ClwiaiHM 

mtB« aM aMd aMM UniM 

tmm Mdiac w hmm TMm m 


Welfare Meet in" 


WANTED 

URGENTLY 


CLC Urges Action 
To, Cut Unemployed 


620 VIEW ST 
EV 5*3742 


" AMAZING " 

NEW 2-BEDROOM 

Dozzlirvg Features 

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nrr-^AM •Nh f«M«4 Mrlli UnMI 


SEAFRONT 
5 ACRES 


WANTED 

REVENUE PROPERTY 


(tatur* o( th* Canadian Canada poaaraa ampla powara 
•conomy " and enouch knowtadpe. If not 

Top CLC offiorrs wont h#- to forontall. al ica«t to rvmady* 
(or* Prune Mlniaier Dtefen- t»>e reault of any lecroaM in 
baker and other mlniatert two ero , ■ ** >>>• t>nrr 


i?*''*** $15750 

Mr HI < BV«^t W eVlViM 


iWCI VMM** ftf* |mM •• 
UlM • •••• I*-; h -B.* • • n 
Mrm r«a«##d !• »rM^ !>•* 
•»M* HI iSiMt T»u uim> ; ,«■ 
•••'« *t MfM La IbJI .. (M 
ttalt Mar ku k«;j! - tio»a 

A»4 a.M aaa«. TWaa i r»a data 
a MaarwHir, aia« at im •#* 
TW'a aia alaa i mAimhu Hall 
tiau iUH t a«a aatars^s 

• * kaiaraa* ar aaa««> h>Ma 
•II tea aaii Taara it a aatvart 

• •»*•■*§> and a tan" 


Uc aaatatanre. uwemptoyment 
Inauranre. health and aur- 
vivor programa. 


In Ita annua^Iefiatattve tub- indicated mid-December un- 
miaaion to the lovemmenl. empioymenl at 44o!o00. a poet 
the congreM aald mate win- war high (or the period 
ter unemployment should not **We believe that the gov 
be accepted aa "ah (hevitable ernmem and tha Parliament of 


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niiaXH OIL WaiHM A taal IM 
He* ■ «H> ai’arwO vtk 

r ** fr-^ UoM« IMM m ta AMAKT 

« MJ. iW .Acpnr, aca 
THfA Ml* rta '-witdlil mb 

•hr. ••• M Miit l Wie tfi M 4«>t. 
AVIAXISr. VAL- » AT Mil 

-^‘'■’'"1. $10,950 


The btlef called for tl»e«e 
Ineaaure* 

Introduction of ipeciat to* 
oenttvea— euch aa onoceaaiona 
on taxea. intereat rates and 
depreciation allowances — to 
silmulala winier work. 

Increaaea in unemployment 
Inauranre and government- 
paid periaiona to boost pur- 
rhsaing power. 

Federal Injilsiiva In promot- 
ing aubaidi/ed low rentfl hous- 
ing pto>a(-ts * 

Compilation of more Inform 
matfon to Inrreaae ine effec- 
tivenoM of meaauree to com- 
bat mempiovment. 

Another proposal waa an 
“Immediata public Invaatlga- 
tion*' Into iha wage profit re- 
lationship In the auto, stoeU 
farm implement and other 
basic Induitiiea. 

It aieo proposed a '\corld 
economic conference of free 
natkma" and auggected The 
Canadian government take the 
mliistlve tn ealllng turh a eon- 
ferem-e-w 

"Real wage rates sinea th# 

war have Just about kept pare 
wtih inrrreaes in productivity. 
We are much more ron re n ted 
about the siowneat of r e covery 
. and the penustence of on- 
employment (han about the 
rUk of a new inflauon.” the 
brief said. 


INCOME 
PROPERTY 
WANTED NOW 


(iommunitv Hall 
Plaas Fire Exits 


SA'iAm • a,wf<aiin«ti«( kuw 

$23,850 

ei**w A«k l',r H Lmmb 
•t*. ey j m: «•<« av % am 

JAMES BAY 
$1500 DOWN 

■ Sm» (AHuy «iia h«ih> 

C-AM* »lMih,A| HOT WAT rA 

irtAnaa a** ua«m <• 

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•Mi*a vMia w MM4 «r ki <'i 

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0«Mr« far IM AM«h ••« 

th*i«l*wc tr!. r«Ji • 

«>Ui riMS <11 QCA 


•ri* I ••«• Mm*) •Mrit Mt- 
M« tm «r>4 ku^M- 

Hi«« eiMM tail M* r 

BV l-rUT MiiM* WMMra a»— 


RETIRED? 

PLEASE READ 


A inn per rent vote favoring 
additional tire rails for i 
dova Ray community hail has 
been made by rommumty rlui* 
members. 

The local fiie marshal had 
told the club to ln«tall more 
fire exits or close the hall 
A spokesman lor the --,<b 
said the executive and build- 
ing r«mmittee wMll meet with 
the fire marshal to discuss 
the exit Installation details. 


WANTED 
60-160 ACRES 


FAIRFIELD 
'OAK BAY' 


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^ t"' ••■nr' -<atrai ir 

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'.-f., PvatV^t U-aa 

tM*a» oil. HXATtvft 

N.i --'I UM.mI la/dM aitk A«M 
». n« MA VIM 
• i» • seAMSUSU aCASLY 
>>rw tHlMt »-»• «I«» MtfiHr 

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By BKRT BIN.SY 
Rad weather notwithstand- 
ing. pianui l>niAe Mara de- 
served a higgrr audien<-e than 
Ihsi which attended her r«- 


citat Wednesday rught at Holy- 
rood House 

Her program was both in- 
teresting and varied Her per- 
formarwe was not ane to be 
missed 

Mim Mara’s rapartty to 
caich the mood of her com- 
posers Is outstanding. It kvaa 
noted throughout her Euro- 
^an tour. .She U not Tre- 
mendously forreful but she ia 
very definitely compelling. 

Her taiems wera on display 
to the greatest advantage, 
perhaps. In Five l^ludaa by 
Debussy ‘Fireworks," for 
example, was full of star 
Shelia, iwaets and galloping 
pigs wiih absolutely no damp 
aqiMhe 

The .Mo/art simI Chopin sa 
lediofu were deaghifuL 

Whlia aoBw question must 
arav ai to the feiasibiiny of 
nrrangmg Bach’s mgan music 
for piano. Mias Mats a<*hieved 
no small effect with a prelude 
and a ton ata and fugue. 


THIS IS URGENT! 


«.k l«r Ur La«,<».. B*M 
«V i «sr Dsn ev % ■Ttl 

RETIRED COUPLES 

STOr lAXMlIHO' Wr/* H M It *M 
•r* WMMia la* • rtta HUI* 1!K**. 

rsMs aaagMM r*u HawwMWt. 
M MUS m a s*'«a atraat «i<S 

UliHaa* M«»f aak IMM lAal 

at* taUO ta« IWta > la la 

.aaraOaai nMAiOM (Xra ' 

'U •ans* al ••!•* 

anga tta?i Mu 

fWaaa far kir I < 

tv }■••** D*t* VT I , 

A REAL HOME 

Miaa-raat eb* ; a*a-.~i«. 

kwUt at • ■>*< 

n«.Bf rt-M *, - -r;.. 

SlaMg traw tU: 

MM la laa aa«-^ - 

U A raMs-akaS - va-o 
f rrs-a«* Aalr 
Saaaiwa (araa* ftit r n* 
a *.!At *-4- Cf,- 't.. 

Owf«a TV* at • 111 

•lUk «**•• an ^ ' -J. 

r** e«ai<* ev 
Sa* tv I Mtt 


e a aanwv a vis» (jvrmD 

III: WmS Ottw. VMariA SC. 


URGENT 


lH*roral 


$7950 


The first post at Moo*e Far- 
lory on James Bay waa built 
by the explorers Kadisaon and 
GroaeiUker in 1971. 


Desperately 

Needed 


Saanich Realty 

iNi o«aa>* oarnit 

at'<-a| Vtri.*tia 

• •>.1 la* SMlat ’* 

UNIVERSITY 

aimorr scATsa 

Saai X«X MMt a« Sim* •uh |a« 


Bn«a enra 


$5950 


(ucsT or axvuHiv 
MCHMirALiTT oe •Aksita 
aiaooc. aWTSKT Ha. «t 
TASS acme a ta*i <sa hi»i Muia* 
M iSa CMtl st ar«<«>--ta la iMi •• 

aasu asAiaw Um isM a pmw 

lar itet san ti tS* Mae-«isamr 
aiM •nSM ScXsai Oiawwt Ha «i vol 
at HaM aa taa IM 4av *1 eWraaM. 
IS*S al lass <• IH* 

CVaMSM a« laa MmhMimI Sar Amam 
il Sara, Oak 


URGENT 


$9750 


UP TO $20,000 CASH 


STEWART 


Da Luxe Country Livtrvg 

b MO «ai •!•(•# S-fsawu aaasa- 
waSara m am* saiafl V>t 

v-»tf 

t'MiJ fana tat* iKiit* 

-• Ai' iir. s*,< • iia:Ma 


CLARK & CO. 

•M Srav* -- e-t>«|V»ftkl 

OAK BAY 

SEAVIEW— 4 86DRMS 
3 BATHROOMS 


'• ou Bar MS MHar t«*x 
•usBA la iwsaa 

aaa a annuHsoa tn> 
as » Ml’ tv I Mil 

LOTS WAjrrsD ih aj*t o n r aa -T 

IMMM ala •••• naaa* A * 
Wmia Ha w s Baa.’T >rfM> US 

as »-tm sv KikTi 


Saturday 

Auction 

9.30 A.M. 


Cadets Shift 
Schedule 

A change In the Carudian 
^NCOttUh Ref uneot Cadet 
Corps training schadula has 
been mads barause of the 
many other artlvlUea held tn 
Victoria for young people 
^Tiday nights 

The new schedule calls for 
7 to 930 p.m. Wednesday pa- 
rades devoted to regular cadet 
training such aa weapo ns in- 
•trurtion. drill, map using and 
fieidrrafi. and 7 IS to 10 pm. 
Friday parades devotad to op 
tlonal subjacts such aa pipe 
band, radio, first aid. tlfie 
range, iporu, precision drill 
and spedal weapana In- 
struction. 


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'•kvt.itra IMr.ii.a* •« 

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AJM e«c* 

VT k^kt •* CT ] tsa« 


$4000 CASH 


TWO TRUCKS 


To Oase aa OteU 

I9SS FORD 

t m IS Yard 


wjMa iM eMk 5^7 5QQ 
Mr CWMAA.* 

Bvisui evM rv t-TaM 

Mr L«k** StM (AS >-IM« 

LOVE A SPECTACULAR 
VltW> 

-GORDON HEAD 


WANTED 

1 T«> ;h Arn*a 


IM AC KIIAGK M>K KAUK 
AND HANTYJ} 


m MP TRI C'K 
Hick HoMS 

I9.M Al MTIN 
^.TO^* TRK K 
IMl AVSTIN 4 DOOR 
HKD AN 

On View from 9.M a.m. T«tday 

^u-rr ROTARV Tiij.rji 
9i1lh Saw Atiaelkment 
raefiil Furmfakblafs 
t PUaoa 
2 Refrifemlora 
OU Rnngea • W aahers 
^•rpeniera* Tooia, Gardes 
Took. New rnenalan I.addrr. 
t Oarhafe (ana. 3 ConvertOA. 
Chesterfield Suites. d-Pce. Bed 
room .Suite, other Bedronm 
Furmahin« E:apenaive Oil fir 
raiaiing Avnler With fan, T\' 
Antennas. Ladders and more 
imereetlng lou. 

Oa View froan 9.M a.m. today 


l$f i?«aaA* Wk«^^ 


Don t Ibtina s'Aai that oU 
lampahstie' Rei-nver It or 
••bAke a new one <>vri the old 
frame Ter was imiuded lor 
many different kinds of 
ahade^ 

Inaii i,. !i,>na 397: step by- 

step direiilona for 10 Ihraty 
lampshades ar shade covars. 

••<end thirty five renU In 
If ana tatamps rannot ba 
•••■epied' far this pattern to 
Lava Wheeler N'eedlerraft 
rvpartmeni. The Dally Col- 
r:niit. SO Front .Street Waal. 
Toronto. Ont. Print plainly 
pattern number, your name 
•tvl eddresa. 

->nd for a ri,p\ of 19W 
I.A>'>a Wheeler Needlerraft 
Rnnii It has lovely designs to 
nreier: e m broider y , crochet ^ 

knitti.'g weaving, quilting, 
toys In the book, a special sur 
prise to make a little girl 
happy a rut out dolL Hoihca 
to color. Send 33 cents for this 
book 


UPLANDS 


M* •••>• • ‘M 

MS MB •• MS aw f(tr« ,*»•• IS 

Os.ts«* If iss s«s< IS Ml, ,»i< 

V**,<*s Clar** a«aii*«a HM.tr 
U4 BTI-SII1 *M« BTS-IJM 


tr A » • >L< •.<• D* M' 

•'•1 •»■ A>. •>’k 4»..».a aoit I 
SMSOAMS Sasrw-* « sr« -P-k 
a-«A ***ii* *•<• Mip'M* * >'1 

SAMi • .» *'I1IM Tl«« 

kMI Ht< V <-1 raS«P >X>^' ■ 
e*«t«c« '••• *4 «M ar«ti« ooM- 
a*i St*, A ASMk •« S<ukf* 

MP« nk*m *i> TaM-’i 

$17,500 

Mr Cttr««A« rvS-SMI S**« 

XV k stis 


LANGFORD & 
COL WOOD 


131 FARMS l-tm .NALB 
and H ANT9.0 


$foH# Amaieun 

To Monday 
Regular monthly meeting of 
the Vlrterta Amateur MovV 
Club wlU be held at Norway 
House. 1110 HlUaide at 
7 4H p.m Mortday. Usual 
business tasaion will be fol 
lowed by a talk on mistakes 
commonly made by amateurs. 


$7250 


CLARKE 

^ WALLACE ^ 

WATERFRONT 
First Timg Ollered 


BRENTWOOD 


$4750 


sesnto IS iwrr ahocmi raa 
rosHta AHO I BATS o*at< m 
ci4X>ra AMUoos to at srr- 
TLsp Bv BArrsa m i ahu i- 
B»anOH IV <Mino 

owTaif'TS eaies a a a u t 
•lasss TO MS ss* suave A al 

OOWH PUTMINTS CrASAH 
TKXXJ pOir PHOMPT acTKIH 

CAix am. sasAi)^ avta 
ev s-san XDfo aTu^.TV pb 
rr 


$6750 


Brentwood Properties 

B*a: -c ui 

W»M iMa'.a a« *1 V*T««** 


UT cumrr lua a<Ni> his 
Motft AHD aaquiRBi mooshh 
s-axDaooM svhoauow kn:rr 
BAVa BASSMCHT WOULD PHB 
raa arciusoMD . aMBLaocHsa 

ABBA PLSAaa CALL MH POS 
Tfik AT aAMV poaraa ltd. 
tv MMI O* MT SMUDSMCB 
AT >T >.S3ai 


nCVUIIIilni ivi-uii 
»26 FORT STRRET 


TELMAC 

BMAIJ. CARR 


WE WANT 
YOUR FARM 


$7500 With Terms 


GRANT & JENKINS 


BRENTWOOD 


HEISTERMAN 


BERRY FARMER 


OAK BAY 

UP & DOWN DUPLEX 


TEN MILE POINT 


AIAO 


1115 FORT 8T 


CORDOVA BAY 


FRASER BI5C0E 


TONIGHT AT 7.30 

rholre 


BRENTWOOD 


Taste tbe refreafiinf diffemtrt In this 
sparkHng smooth lotn light beer — bright bw^l 


SEWERED LOT 
PORTAGE INLET 


. 1-1 MS 

IS K HNA } AMP* 

aan**'-.* MS 

9*1 A".< k-k**-* 'V, St* lu ASS 
|« A-,.* S-SM'-T KiH*. •' aif* 
si’A 1 iMSiS 

Tt'<S« fSA ks Ar*AA(M ss *" 

Brentwood Properties 

R.4Ma( t«] . 

fr*M SasA'itA Smi *k T*»SMr 


$2100 


p s H D B a (suARD ewoessTT. 

Kpk-<. I', f'**. Viriaft*. 

av ifiit *v* T**i*tM' 


APPLIANCES 

for the modem home 


BUY A 
USED CAR 
NOW! 


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■ A aKars 
' lukKCRUTT aSPA 
Al IT A, I I TUI *» r,' 
AAKtSC MM f’SI M'TN 
r • ime* 

TV1.I.S tVilTM 

Pf.MBMtnA WUMULTU 

IN ~rotv^4x> ostv IS wnm 

fM ••« Mrs* Ml. iSSsMS 

AtiiSss sua S*Mlif<a «rm AM 

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Rssiu sv ana. 


McCANDLESS REALTY 

B’T roar er phoxb f. <>it 
REVENUE— 3 SUITES 

r*.*ia>. rAiKPISLD 

R*«, U -«a Hi t Mill.a p. h 
k« Ml* I r»>«i .es kM(Ap,.(- . 

• Mp ft .*•« I«rr. Hm* T*t.i 

r*« IIM OOWH *«'*( 1 Ml<p mt 
4 M«a»p «>IX s- ha-.k' .««> 

t** kil-’’*" I k«s?a.-l«. .tp.f<4 

fMMH SlUk ri4*.lA-P I',. «.(r4 

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tISM DOWN t'ut a I 
gM W SSMelaM tV4im 

Tnipucx «i/Nnr m *sa and 

C « a«auj *t.«s MUS ,*«,tr 
M smtHmA » MM*. rsraiAii*4 
*lr’«iir Mil a**'*t«*4 eiJ S*ar. 

•M Sd B*«> tSSSB r**R « ain 
B4H4IS nut S'Wa liSSSS IMM* 
ai*W SMAMSMS «r ••IMP'* MK. 
a* sf«n*« VMWrts PraM. Bm 


19.YR Model 
2r f onnote T$ 
Double rwtor Combination 
P’reeaer • Frig 
M** laglU Fiee. Range 
SeieriWHi of Chrome hoH 
Wrought Iron iHnetle .Sets. J- 
Piece iTieAief field «nd r>S'‘eno 
Kultea. Contour Borker and (V- 
essional Chairs 

Mr. and Mrs. Red mom Sti. 

New Klngle and Double Bnl- 
CheatB, Preaaers and Ward- 
robes. Coffee. Fnd and Step 
TsbJrs. TrllKes and Talde 
Lamps. 

Ruga 

Chain Xaw. Apartment F3ertrle 
Ranges, Waahert. Varuuma. 
Etc. 

rhinn. CHasaware 
and Rrie-n-Rrar 
Open from kJO a m until sale 
time for your insperiion 

KlIJiHAWH Attctloneera 


CHOOSE YOURS 
FROM I HE MANY 
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CLASSIFIED 
SiCllON 


owMin axYTMo boutnit an- 
•OMt a«Ms «iu Mil sif »M« s 
»•••, i *fs* a*4ta«M 
S t*tA<** t*- A IV* 
a. .Iroa AltA,h*S -‘AA'IMI 

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y> a*fuiAs. Ts. a r la^s 

^4 kill sanisM 

S ' A8 SAT II MS DOWN I asm, 

s m IV I mi. 


WA«rm> kSAs nowN > cm i- 
a*S'~«M SaoM Mm 04T IS r^rk 
•M 3t! 'srast* saA Ma»Si* n i s*e- 
aM*r.a«»* Sslssf MS s<*4 

MS -r:-rt»lT eVS IM) M* a(M^-k 


This advertistment is not published or 0is 
• or by the Government of 


•d by the Liquor Control Board 
sh Columbia. 

VIS*«.| (VtCTJ 


Ills FORT RT. 

We buy for raah, or aetl on 
renal gnree n t Appmlsolv i«de 
lor an purpoara. KILSKAWS. 


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^oy Lets 

CAPITAL 
IRON & 
METALS 


M40f IN CAPMOA 


Children Tell of Brother'' n Death 


R('MP b*Ul»i»m «xp#rift 
from Rrcina wUl b# <aUMj »% 
«HlWnara In ihf l»f»ilmir>ary 
heniiitt Mf « rtuffr of man 
■Uufhifr afainvt Adam 
RatM'h Vr>aiv>M> Road 
Cr«m n pruanrutor T P 
(Vlirady yoaiarday aurraia- 
full> applMj for an adjourn- 
mani of ih# >'•«# uniU 'J pm 


I «aw Aik* |oing a(at(«i>i>f 
ahtKit. and Ibrrt ho fall and 
CiM up and fall again Than 
ha tlayod down" 

I>r Hapo loM tha murl ha 
want In (ha Srhul (muar aftar 
(ha I hiM «a$ (ahan inulda. 
and found Aria daad whan no 

Tha rhlldtan wara ha fall down and than ha *'^^*^‘***. 

Chlaf Brownlaa idantiflad 


Mamdaufiliter Case 
Held I p for hxiHTts 


Bnwnlaa 


parmitiad (o ■ Iva unawntti dr 


rartndta aaaa whiah ha found 
in a 2^ rifla handad (o him 
h) a mnatahla affar (ha Inal* 
dam THa amply raaa waa 
a|a«ia«l fhti. ha aatd. and 
ihara waA a tmad of fraah 
pnwdar In tha barral of (no 
nfla 


part wlina«aai will ba abk |o ^ R»m 

Bitand (ha court ^ coun aha w«i 

. inatdr har homa whan ah« 
A ARTItllM»l^ ^CAI.KD haard a ahol "I rama oulAkk 

f^ardat a* ('aiMcal Saanlah *nd 1 miw Ark waikinx. corn 
r»li<a ('hkf Fradarlrli Brown- mg lo ma llwn ha (all 

laa WOK «a«llng nina 23-callbia down al (ha pla<a whaia wf 
• anrldffa» and onr 22-ralittra p(*k up tha wood all O 
carirMlga raaa in an anvaktpa lima ha fall on ihal 
(»• ha haM by (ha rouii aa 
athibti^ Mr O’drady (old 
Magtaiiaia A I *nwMna« ha 
mifhi applv f«»r patm-^jsum la 
wud (ha amptr caaa lo Ragma 
fiM aAamiruillon 
Tha i-harfa an«»o mu( u( lha 
daoih Oar 31 of «(k vaoroM 
Arta s*hui wim wa« «h<»( 
ihitMiKii (h# rha*»i a« ha playad 
ainA a war jama with 
(hiaa mitar childcan on (ha 
S*h*.:t prnparly whk-h adjoin* 
land ownad hy Adam Raiarh. 

« NII4» HITI^ICSiaIUk 

Cr» — anamiruiiw»n by Linyd 
(• Mt'Kanak. for Haia<^. whan 
ttia ptaliminary haarinj limt 
oprnad Tuawlav appaarad to 
itmrarn tha pua Ibtlity of a 
(>ulki rh'orhaiinj 
P'our wKnaaaaa wara lalkd 
b\ Ml O'tlrc:^; in ya«(ard*y'* 

' umad .•a«imj Kano Srhul. 

“ »««iar «f lha daad boy; 
fkvKi (Hiapow.ih h (>r LiO^ 
nard Bapi). ar pui«<a ■ Maf 


Facilir Waalam Airtinfp 
hfi< mmarl uut of tha 
hangar It Irmsad from tha 
|>rovinriat jfovrrnmani at 
Patricia Bay 

PWA *h# prt'vinrial 

josammant SMJIi a monlh tor 
tha uAa of lha hangar and (Ita 
goxarnmant i^id PW A Vmo a 
monlh in aupidy tha pikH fui 
Highway Mlniatar P A lUg* 
I a r d I ' • gi»\ai nmani mw uad 
plana PWA matniamad that 
aIrrraP and rhraa othai* n*a<t 
by lha air aurvav* di«t ■■•n 

JOB RK\BRTW 

Air aurvay* division ha» 
takan nyar M* own mainia 
nan<a aa li did hafora PWA 
inoxad In *a\arat yaar* ago 
How alkul Mr (•agUrdi* 
pilot* 

Rk\lh(i TAI.RA 
**Wa aia havmg MMt\tH*a 
tkm* Ml (.aglardl Mid 
PW'A has auppliavl a f>.'^ 
tl* kal pilnr nna luanaad fn> 
inoai airrrafl and for hliiKf 
fh mg 

1 naad a pilot ‘-ka fhat 
Ml. (iaglaidi Mid Wa fh i ■.> 
aoma awful stuff ** 


NUGE SAVINGS! 

BRAND NEW 

'58 Plymouths 

Hurry . . . nuIt ■ faw laft! 


Army ProMist Probe: 
(lily (Cheque 


SiH^’Incubir yrnuon of "drivr In'* 
hank rrtutted fmm iwo-car I'olllAion 
al Douglaa StrtHM roundMtxujI iaxt 
night. C'rowd gaihrm annind me 
dmen naxt on tlilhide by Con^iant-n 
Wilmait. J6d0 Quadni. which rraxhed 


(hnnigh mirih window of Hank of 
Nova S<-olbi after la.'ing in inlhAion 
wilh rk of David K ( nrnochan. 
floomac, Cordova Bay. (C’alonikl 
pholo 1 


orgenes 


h l« baliaurd thal thiaa ni 
four r4raqua« ware invnivad. 
all lor amount* undar and 
Ihal (hai *ama Individual nr 
gnnip of individitala wara in 
volv«^ 


A Mna* of rha«)i»a foigark* 
haliavad In daia hack in Lul 
Oriohar k undar Invasttgaiinn 
by aimy provMt officlaU hara. 
II hacama known yrstarday 


OLSON’S 


Ntutst membdf of tkc fimous f«tmly of S«ia. A Way Can Oponots. let CroshofS. etc. 


tmal ihe ra|H«ii» 


-V ||\ ^ :ir lla* ari 

panmarila m “ -tp (i>r d« 


Kaop f««r »y« m 'CapHaT! Today ^ bart’a 
RIAL VALVE oo Roaod aod Igoaro Typo 


«a rv.-t::-sl 

lha rafwri 


.jelaco 


INCINERATORS 


KINO COLEUS 

FOP HCK;o( PLANTS AND GAROCN 

••AWT COiMN } 


Larpar lartnaaafart 

wada (a lodirtduul 

Oadar* 9b>-ra‘ 

ttt', laaraolMd 
Fraa Rartkf! 


15 ** SQUARE 
32 ** NIGN 


can-open^rinNstory! 


COL'RTKNAY A marr<haf monlh. whaiaa* lha i’*'nj tala 
«f lha Como* di*.‘.p- winiar la flJ' par m»»nih 
urtampioymani *ommiMaa m>» lia mM aoma bu*ir*a«»mati con 
aoma wivaa from Ri'AK Sta ara taking advaniagr of frmak 
non. Oomoa. working in Couii halp Ui .;-»a worrtan ara rv»i 
anay. ara bainj uiMkrpatd bt rtai«>*MMh arquainlad with pw 
aom# huftinaManan «hor law*. * ^ 

Jaka Cpp irprrwaniaiisa of ^ ^ 

lha Intarnational W>wffw«»rh«>ia Tha fl..t poaaanjr- ' • *y .nM 
of Amanra. *aid. 'tkw *ioir Icm* in Bniain tlnkad Li«arpoAi IjM 
hat hiiad woman for IBS par and Ma^ t>a*tar m IKAl 


“CuTl.Tt*- •••» 


SCREEN 


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★ Shop by Mail ★ Shop in Person 


7 p.m. SPECIALS 


■UPROM** BAA CUMI*A.M. kMlary. maiu 


Delicious 

Scandinavian 

Smorgasbord 

Saikad lo you fmm an altrartisa 
ftiinotga*bi>id lahta . . . fraah flah 
Mlad. foM maul* fish and dafkloua 
hot diaha* Bavaraga Included da* 
am a*tra | IR 

AIX you ruu aal fur ouljr ^ 


CARPORT r*unr*tku| 

awuntarlwrur aarvira for all ymia 

akapplng. 


PARKING , ^ 

lha Ray a Ihraa Mg Ma and a* 
malar-fraa Arana Hay. 


Raa-aiiM af ttiviMad g«uu»lMla*. porwnaJ aluuMag «aly. pkoaa 
Na nioaa. Mail or ( O O. Ordara 


HI irwONH RAY COMrAS'T. 
Otv m nk- B«mm. lawar mala 




Wa«hsbk doaikln gk>\*a« ti 
ported from tlnslana .Slight 
rnunier aotkd .Naiuraiihad 
»/e* ««* ?•» ^ 

Spnial. pair 

HI IkiONH BA3 ( O.MPAN 
glovaa, n»a 


Millinery Special 

Many ■llrarllva wool fall* aitd 
\aKrt* In glowing winiar color*. 
i.No a*ihanga« or refunda • Raj. 
2l(i lo S.P6 g| 

WparloL aark I 
NI IkWiNH BAY ft>MrANV. 
mthlaar*. faahlnn Hnor. tad 

Women’s Fabric Gloves 

A JaniMry rkaran** of tahne 
glma* ABnonmant ronlain* An 
fora* In black and white; wool* 
In a«aofied miora; nylon* in 
whlia and hajge Ona aisr atratch- 
k«. mM all aizaa In e>ary AAd 
••>k S.MI. hpf><Sal, pair 

R1 DAONH BAY ttlMPANY. 

gkwaa. BwlB 


OrloB Sweaters 

I’ardlian pullovar and nmrlty 
aiykw In w-omen'i hibulk orkm 
■Waaler* Some first quality, 
imma «ub«iandard. and not all 
*i/ax in avarv *tyk. A*w>riad 
voloiT Sire* 14 Hi, IS <YbO 
Hpaclal. aarh ^ 

HI ItwoVH BAY COMrAST, 
dra«* *r«'r**nrk*. mala 

Women’s Car Coats 

.^pat-ial Bintk clearanra walar- 
rapallani «haano or popim. all 
with quiilad lining, some with 
hood* Rlark, pak Muo a'-'i a 
faw- halga Broken sizes m »• 
13 lo )A ;iperlaJ, mcN i 
HI IkMlN-H BAY < OMPA.M’, 
■porUwaar. fsahka* Honr. tad 


3-Tier Cake Tray 


The klaal wav la *riva gnodias 
to vour guaaia Fa«ta| grran 
rotor sami pon elain with araaa 
handle AfT# 

Hpartal. aark 

NI IkMlN'n BAY CXyMPAW. 

rhlaaware. Sid 


FkOOaxcMAATco sn **Ar »d/<2 

Shop Friday ^ ^ 

at the Bay Va.m. toyp.m. 

dial EV 5-1311 


SAVE over 20% 


on discontinued 
Colored Nylons 
by Orient 


★ Shop by Phone 


• Rhop • a.m. ty &.M p.m. dally 
Krtda* B a.in. tw B pni. 

• INal C\ S-UH 


Friday and 
Saturday at 
the BAY... it’s 


3 PAIRS 
SPECIAL 


•r 

Fluffy Flannelette Diapers 

l-i!i diajtai*. made hy a Wall 

known maniiT*. :... . “f; and ;h^?hrr*» 

With whi{>|w>t| edge* 7n n'H' 

While fin/aii •) 

Infants’ Rannelette Nightfowns 


A good lime In *toik HP on gowns at ihl* 
»*e«ial km ; . Made of gtiod iiuahiy 
flannaklte lhai fealuia Inng tlrr*. — hill 


lnp« at and lare »iim White with 

a«*or1ad i-nloiad hordar* ilC.4 

• hjn h nn 

Flannelette CoolBur Sheets 

Cnniniit ahaeta will aMure Man (he miij*'-" 
*a«l hab> of paa>'rfut rest No more uri 
i-nmforiabk wmnkles to dixiurb sleep and 
chafe lender akin. Sheai* hi •oiiglv on 
eitda of maitre** and tlav wrinkk free all 
night White J4-*4S". S| 

>jirh 1 

Plastic Quilted Pads 

.«>l*va on wathlng with these pla*ilr lo^eted 
quilled pad* Slav anfi after ~*ny wasl.- 
ing*. IT'kIk’. Blue and pink <Y SI 
HperMI ^ for I 


AIMhe work! knes g baby — and 
the Bay is no exrepiKMi' Come to 
mir baby wear dept, and find all 
you need lo keep your baby coo- 
trilled and comfortable. 


j Ckix Gausc Diapen ^ 

. Nev. ‘ M'rinkk* free. *etf amoolhtng | 
■ hah\ diapers Fxira anfl no hem* I 
I on rhafe more ahanrheni and ao eai\ ! 

In w>Kah sat | 

" I'thinng 4 j 

Sleep V Play Sets 

Made of «ori lerr> rkuh lo provide rrui*t- 
mtim lomfort whether p(a>i.-|g or Bleeping, 
fkuirtrm ha^e .-Uaik at walRi and ankle*. 
{Killover Riyle trm has ela*itr «i neck and 
wriat*. Cuie «ll|>pr— to mairh .^mall. 
medium and Jttmao *i/e« Blue <>aa 
\etlow and pink .Hot ^ 

Esmond Gotk Blankets 

ly hliinkei* made of good quality 
F:*mond clod. 

.Vt*iR B( aoe .Yi*40 al l.to 

Sa*V» af l.aa .Ids.'W laatln bound! 

at a.oa and S.40 

"Keawonil** klI HrmI Blanket* 

•3hx.Y4 I satin I 'xM) cuiin 

bound! at a.aa bound* at ii.ao 


Buy last yaar*i mlnr* and aa\*' lue^ riT 
walking «heer nylana in colon that a<a 
diaoonllnued btii *(111 U^biptmbi* Styled 
by OHanl a name aynonYmoua wph fi-w 
Hoaa Intrigue Candv Spk* and Brandy 
BMga 


Visit the BAY S thirri noor baby de|uirtmenl and dlM-tus yiwir pre- 
natal or pofcinatal 1^*6101^= wilh Mr*. Coplick. R N. Also gel your free 
•ample of Chlx dispoeuible riiapeni or diaper linen. Me fealure a complete 
llnr of Chlx pmdiicU and Jnhnaon’s pmducta. 


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faiftrt n i Tif^ lA ift 




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T^epko^t^^^Ey 3-41 1 J 


fulanti f 4 ^f 

cloudy^ mitd^ tAouvr* 


njo iim. \» 8 «.m 

rifitortal ty V4M» or KV »«ni» 
Omitatlon . . , . K\’ 3MTW 
Sports .•••••£%' S^TOOO 


Vanrourer hlantC g l^^wiing Nettgpap^r Sinr9 18.^3 


26 PAGES 


VNTORIA, BRITISH COLIMRIA, KRIDAY, JANI ARY 23, 1939 


For Royalty— MP 


OTTAWA (CP) — Alexis tJhrral MP 

for Hull, rallrd mm th^ %9\mrmmmmt to walrli 

•xpon«e* during Klixohrth's visit l« CsomU 

iio\t «ummrr. 

Hr did not ^ussrst Ibal tkr KO^rromoat skimp, 
but aaid t'xMMlIaNs mislit Ml arrrpt ’>xa^prf»t«^ 
rvprasro during o tlmr of rrrrssloii.** 


More Than $2,000,000 
Higher Than 1957 


Biggest single revenue producer for the provincial gov- 
ernment during the last fiscal year was the 5 per cent social 
security sales tax which soared to a new record of $87,244,- 
382. more than $2,000,000 higher than in 1957 

Motor furl and furl oil laa^ 
rrallMsl S77 475.237 W. prop 
Miy tavr* 8fi.4Ct..‘)9n lA and 
motor vrhiclr Hcrm'ra and 
prrfniic binufht in I14 68S. 

'itPtK airordlnx to Public 
Acrount* yr«lrrday 

in Ihr Icftalalmr 

8M8W.MM nri OII1> 

On tbr rxpmdliura aide a 
nr« SPn.Ono.ono rrrord wa« 

•^1 bs the building and main- 
ta'«4ni-r n( highway* load* 
brk^r*. fmira. dn«h« and 

Although rrnimnlat rrlabra 
th>n* had hardly gotten under 
way bv the and of the la*i 
fiaral \eai Maridi 31 1858 

81783180.13 had alr#ad\ hern 
expended on rentennial rata 
biallon* 

(iPANTH|> Ain 

Sar\t<a« and gtanitinaid 
for hn*pilal« mat the go\riii 
mani S:«.214 4^1A3 and opera 
i»on of mental hoopltala an 
otlier $12,825.947 30 

Parh* beartte* and rerrea 
Hon area development coal 
82 .Vi8.472JM PoMce proiacikm 
coat $1512 798 A2. artd law 
enforrement another $1 449. 

587 48 r'orrertlon of Juvenile 
dettftquenla com 83.082 380.92 
and of other offendert 
$BA38.71C«5 
AID TO Al.».n 

T?ie provincial government 
<pent 81S047M.\12 on aid to 
the aged and VM08 033 49 on 
aortal aKlatanra Child wei 
fare coot $2 29A 737 40 
I Some $4.1.000 IIX). an Increase 
of oearK $4 0nnont) ever 1957 
»aa paid In granta. aida and 
•ervj^ lor arhoola operated hetith ind t»e!f«re ind m«il8l health bprvicp* wo* 
i^her >«*^rd«y in the Speech from the Throrw 

reilegea and normal arhoola. read bv Lieutenant -Gov ernor Frank Rom at yetterday’i 
D93T RiTTiKRMrNT irfftslature opening. 

The iovernment tpeni $3it The move firet pr«Ktir<ed In Thion* Speech aald defl- 


lirtlivh Columbian* drank more 

Hquor iaat ymr Iban tbe> did in 1957. 

Snie of Hquor in B.C . tor fiaral year endfaif 
Marrb SI. I9.VI. brought StSASA597.41 U tha 
provtare'4 ronooiklaled revenue fund. pubHe ae* 
rounU vhrmed yeaterday. 

It waa up aearlv JtT.tMW.tMIO from 1957 when 
revenue wa« r!5.MS.ftSU.T«. 

firoM liquor vale* to the public amounted to 
iM,SST.lS1.95 and to llcenveea. r».?57.969.4S. for 
a toUl of t9S.090.195.4S. 


Portfolio for Bruch? 


(-eremonv Coes On, Rain or Not 

Standing in the rain during t-eremoolea opening the iagialamre xiaUon. Braving rain with Hru tenant -governor are. from left. 
>-eaterda>. Ueutrnant-Govemor Frank Rom. aerond from right. aidea LI -Tmdr, J. C Davirn, Bilg. John Adam. Mr*. Rena. Wing 

Uke« lakjte from the RCAF guard of honor from Comox RCAF Cmdr. J. D. D. Campbell and RCMP Inapector T. A. Horn 


CBC Lltiinatmn 


Styf YtiRK •UPIl A 
woman volunteefing to act ea 
a b*b> aMier for a 33-deyol4 
boy kidnapped him after aend- 
tng the Infant't mother an a 
wild gnoae rtiaae for an apart- 
ment. pAlk*e reported laat 
night. 

It w«« the big diy ■ verond 
inlani kidnapping Ihia month. 
Police were aceking Gladya 
who mH Mr* Dora 
Ura Tavarex Thuraday after 
noon ai the Metropolttan Hoa 
ptial rllnlr. 

Mr* Tavarei. who had gone 
to the rtinir for poat natal 
care, taki Ihe woman »l>e had 
Juai met tuld her that *he waa 
expecting a child and that 
«he hived rhndren." 

Ml* Tavarex 31. offered the 
woman a rhte to her apart- 
ment In a taxL There, the Ciar- 
rta woman rommenied on how 
email Ihe Tavare* apartment 
wa* and «atd »he knew of a 
The larger aparttneni available in 
<Jer- the Bronx 

who She offered to raie for the 
luia baby while the mother went 


flee 

The mother burned-' home, 
arriving there about i pm. 
Both the woman and her aon 
were mlealng. 

The woman and her neigh 
bora aearrhed Ihe neighbor 
hood for hour* before report 
ing to pnlico abort ly after in 
pm. After *1111 another 
aearrh. police turned In a kM 
napping alarm 

Detective* were rheefcing 
hoflpital recorda lor a lead to 
the Goreia woman Their laak 
waa rompllmted h> the fact 
that the Hinic Hated 10 Gar- 
da Women undergoing treat- 
meni. 

Mr. and Mr*. Tavaiwt hod 
been In thi* iwuntry qpoui 
two v-rmr*. arriving here Itwm 
Ihe Dominican Republir. 


LT.-CX>L DOMBROWSKl 


CrTTAWA KP. Pilme The ulhmai.im waa .-on 
Mmiaier Dlefenha*.-. Thur* letiei* *ent to all 

day told labor that It ’’can I memhei* who have not 

have It both waya ' Delegate* reported lor wo.b *ir>w the 
of Ihe fanadian l.abiir ton Mhnireal produ<>er* walked off 
gieaa had a*ked him ter in their joba Dec 29 le bock dw 
creaicd government *oclal manda for retognltlon of ihetr 
•dnjrtty mea*ure* and reduced r»ew|y formed Aaanrialion de* 
taxe* at Ihe ume time. Fle*|i*aieur« •('(X> a* bar 

gaining agent 

rorpoiaiinn offitaiU told a 
pre*« mnferenre late Thuraday 
the CBi will *iart hiiing per 
•niirvel In fill var anrie* ereeied 
by ihnae who do nni leium in 
wof k 

The ..Hpoiaiton elan mM It 
will refuae in have any further 
rtealinga with the pindurera' 
aaaoctation In It* affnrla In re- 
of the normal ielevi«inn brood 

tar* nf Ihe *x»Mng aervice* In Mimlrewl. 


Red Defector 
Hands Over 
List of Spies 


WA.SHINGTON IfPIl — 
.Sen Clinton' P. Anderaon 
called Thumday for high- 
prloriiy atudy of weather 
control He called H *'ihe ulti- 
mate weapon" which could 
be uaed to "bring the Unitod 
Stale* tn her knee*.** 


Lipstick 

Tax 

^Unfair' 


I nnroiirpr** Johlegg 
To March on l irforM 
(Page 5i 


Fishboal Turns Away 
Vom Drowning Woman 

W»>«T VANft>l VKR (CT)— A nomnn wna 
drowned befuro help could mneb Her Hi Hmt Bny 
Thiiradd). 

IMod D Mr*. Ihirofb) Wyndbam. 96. 

R. H FergUMMi aaid be iMiied n pn«wlng fkH- 
bnnl nfter be vpntted Mm. WyndHnm about 5d 
yarda offabore. vwimiMing and cnlHng fnr help. He 
*nid tbe flahbnal veered l« lownrd abore. then 
turned and aped anaj. 


Hififien Hat Httlth 
C.oM B ar SerrWJ 
tPage 13) 


Here’s lliere New Breakwater lill Rise This Year 

Happy newt for holh rmnem of amatl boat* and tmall rraft using Oak Bay Bonthouat. "Thia la • 

Oak Bay came with Ottawa announcement laat great thing fnr xmaM hnal ownera." uid Reev* 

night (hat 9:^10,000 will he apent Ihia year on George Murdoch, "ami alan for our aeawall which 

Turkey Head breakwater, lo extend moat of way geta knocked around in thoae anulheaat galea. Tha 

between Oak Bay aeanhore and Mary Tod laland. govemmcnl baa been very generous ** (CoioniaC 

Braakwatae Hai Hmg been anught aa aheRer for photo.) 








tfdtantirt VKiwk. aXn ^ri, 1 m. tt. tlM ] 


Excess i ve Taxes 

Excossive Taxon 


VS> thp nl ih* Van- 'm^ei UUnd R«lop«><rs’ 

A V|rt'*ii» hi4ri:^ havr rhi ithtri'Kttn to ih# 

a»l • ill which ha* ha»»n h> nui 

fn\ainm#nt Th^ vahiarton «•<< m*! hj (h# ptown«i«l •»- 
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VICTORIA, BRITISH C0LI:MBIA, EKIDAV, JAM ARY 23, 1959 


35 — lOldi YEAR 


Education Probe Told 


f I/I nyi^ivnv 

c 

And Teach 
Them French 


How to keep clean and how to get along with people are sub- 
jects more for the home than for school, a parent-teacher asso- 
ciation spokesman suggested yesterday to the royal commission 
■■ p. - ww on education. l ^ 

^ lo ellmlnai* fh# health *nA 

Th* et>mmi2«o«r h»a<M hy fnneh learhar.- 

Daan S. N F. Ciiant ot lha Tayter appaar^ to ha 

llnlvar»lt> o( haart alab- afrawnant with tha 

!!!!??!!. Coaa eroparty Ownan 

aubcnlllad hrMt In iha flrit Aaaoetatlon wh»c*» aarllar ha4 
iwa days of ^rinfa at Oak an mUto tha -aof! 

Bay iMnlor Hign School. .pprooch- in adiifoUon. 

Montaray PTA had tubmll- ' Turning out wall roundad 
tad a hrwr urging that couraaa Indlvlguata waa Itna. Mr. Tay 
tel Iha actanraa. hUiory. faog i lor aid. hut iha PTA fait 
raphy and Franch ba aiartadl ihara waa a diatlnct landmry 
at tha primary laval Commit to lat aiudlaa an tha acadamic 
aionar J. £ Liarach wanlad aida fall mora than waa naeaa- 
la know if thii propoaal lary 

wouldnt maan diaplactng Tha rammimion alto ^uaa 
othar valuable inetrurtlon Monad Mr. Taylor about th« 
But John D. Taylor, rapra PTA • racdmmandaUon that 
•anting tha PTA. aaM much | ' coiiaidaratlon ba givan la In 
lima waa »pant on hyglana ‘ atmiilng uunt form of com 
and aocial atudlaa. He aug pulaory achaol* epprovod 
eatad It would ba hanafictal drau ' 


Summer 
May Be 
Extended 


/IW. Alex HriggB 
i-'ollowa Irmll of btoodaUina. 


Det. Robert Mnir 

ClM>rklteS ba«MiM( Hi room w hara «Ubbing orcurrod. 


Victim Found Blocdinff 


Second Look Urged 


No Uniforms Su 


Port Bypass 
Plan Scored 


Mr Taylor auurad tha com 
wiaaton iha aaaortailon warn I 
•uggaaMng un(form« "not 
nacaaoarlly glrla in Mack mid- 
dtafl and long Mack eiackingt, 
but aomo form of eiandard 
IraMon." 

Cirb might ba in naat 
•Waatara and eklrta. ha uid. 
and boya might ba prohibMad 
from waarlag black Jackals 
with ataal buitona ar Mg 
boots. 

Mr Liarsch asked if tha 
PTA was thinking about taaaa 
whan it recommandad that aa- 
panditurao for gymnaatuma 
audttoiiuins. cafatartas and 
othar lanlittas not aasantial to 
aducatlon ba raduead 

Mr Taylor said tha PTA'a 
point af viaw was moi» that 
' thara s a cartain amount of 
mona) to spand. and lai • get 
tha most aradamlr trailing 
out of It that you ran 
Tha auditorium usad fm tha 
hearings was ■ good esampla. 


he Mid. bacausa It had a 
costly sloping floor. Wiih s 
Hal Door H aouM doubla as a 
gymnasium. 

Mr. Taylor also suggeaiad 
lo Iha commission thal a re- 
turn to mora ac a damte laach 
ing praaumad a raturn la much 
strongar dladpilna 

*Tbaraa ^ulta a lot to ba 
mid for Iha hkkory aticfc 
mathod. ' ha sold. 

The fleap Cova Properly 
Owmars' Aasociottew brief had 
strongly rrltteited “progras 
Siva" education and eallad for 
stronger dtactpMna. separation 
of aradamie and larhnicaJ 
students mnra emphasis on 
•rodemtr training, alimination 
of audlloriums and x>^"« 
slums from arhoM and of 
ph> steal aduration roursea 

Dmiglas Cohtiatt rapraseni 
Ing the ssaociatHMi mM in 
reply lo menmlsaion guastmns 
that ihe ginup fall eduration. 
had enma lo a crisis 


A V’iotoria pensioner was in ■'salisfaclor> 
condition in Royal Jubilee Hospital last night, 
the victim of a bizarre stabbing affray in a 
hotel at 1312 Government. 

KMsrrt H Junes. d7 war vei- 

aran and lur many yeais an The woman was taken lo Hty 
empk»>ee of tM federal post police headquarters 
uffha. suffetod a stab wound There were indteationa that 
in the i-hest and kaiT •■unsider both had been drinking, 
able bkHMt before rearhme hns ,i^hara tha 

pxsl two had been living common- 

The tevideni • sme lo police law for mna time «Mr Jonea 
attenimn sh»nt> after 3 JO had been a tenant there lor 
pm, wher s woman sp two weeks • nelghbwa told ol 
pKNiched C*m*i Ronald Kergu- heating quarreling between 
son St tiovemmant and Tales them for some tuna. 
and -wmplained that her hu» They'i been brawrting for 
hand waa hotheiing her. days, said William Coventry, 

. . *ho on upies the rteat room 

lurnrt In h,.»Un, f,t 

ih. m... .nrt ih.t V ^ ^ 

(,om . ..Kind m .1^ ,h,„ .AM 

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...... I... Ih. Mir. .mhuUnr, 

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Comoi MLA Dan Campbell *TTiai Is not ihe point at 
yesierda.v urged Northland all* Mi Campbell said. 
Navigation Co lo taka a arc "I'ampball River happens lo he 
ottd look ai Ms plan to cut the Jumping off point lor 
Campbell River from iia ports people going to and from Iha 
of call north and af the Island Now 

The Northland company, a traveller wishing to go lo 
which rarantty look over the the north IRd nf tha Islarvd 
sarviaa from Union Sieam- has to go all the way to Van- 
ships. this week dinpped couver tirsi ' 

Campbell Rfvar from Its Itloar- Mr l*smpbe|| rhsigeil ihere 
ary on both north and south has boan a chipping away nf 
bound Irtpo hatwaan Varreou all iis»*s|U»naii' ' * to 

vet and northern Vancotiver Ihe north Island, psillculaily 
Island points. i<< the la** %rs'« Me *■*>-* 

Mr ‘.'arnphell said the North the aiea n worse off rtow lhar. 
land company elaims there is it was jn yesis ago 
no poir|i In calling si Camp Nowr served hy \nithlai*d 
bell River because that village .VavigaUon are Aie*i Rw 
has reasonabla road con Sninlula. Pott Msrd>. Poti M>* 
nertions. Neil sr>d Port Alitw. 


Gaglardi 
Travels 
tost Most 


B C s cabirwi m I n 1 1 1 e r t 
Bpeni $3t WB(l in iia^elhng 
expanses Ihe Public Auounis. 
released yesterday, dtwlosad 

Highways Mlniaier f^aglardi 
raisined tha dlstlnrlion of 
being the rabinei ■ most 
travelled mtrrtater He spent 
Bl. 360.77 and coals of his air 
travel could ba added to this 
tirtai when highways depart- 
ment acfvunta are cortstdered 
later In ihe se aa ton 

Minas Mmiatar Kenneth 
Kiaman was second with 
$3,605 B3 In travelUng ai- 
pansea. and Labor Minlatar 
Wicks along with his samnd 
portfolio of railways mliilstar. 
was naat biggest spender at 
$.1 313.66 Just nosing out 
Premier Bennett, who spent 
S3VUJMI in ira\e|lint Attar 
nevJ^eneral and Trade Minis 
ter Robert Bonner spent 


Wll.lJAM <r>\KNTRY 

They d her-' Kiswimg |oi 
ds\ a. . . 


Soincthins Drastic Needed 


Arouml the Island 


RIMIIjAR idmmfnt 

A 'irnllar comment bv th# 
Woman was overheard by 
Kime Kruaa. whose room »a 
I M 1 ^ V a next but ooa on tha other 

I f \ I I 1 1 I ^ shopping.** ho 

IIVI ^ JIRIa said, and whan 1 was com- 

^ m/ W mg in U heard tha woman 

SS.I tJlva me my puraaV 

aie <ln«>ig the Wednesday with tm pints "She w-aa standing outaida 
inos'ed In Iha pio\ ince s blonri her rtooi. wearing a skirt and 

hiiiiise 1 didn't see him than. 
|wal <m the -econd rts> Hemsy have been In the room. 
wo.'..t\ •iim< tuoiighi \ lew minutes laier 1 went 
I m| "O** i\pe out -vf m> room lo get soma 

rome s shmiage »n wsiei 

:f . wheie some opera ".'he wss out there again, 
k,nf^ being deferreil thi« lime fully d r essed. I 
Im an s<lrx)usie tup lieard her mv Oon’l push ma, 

1 tan get down ' 

e. of the AlHari^ls were ‘A moment or so laiar I 
.hie im sdve, Using and 

iiatam lur the dioh ' ^r, Junes, waa anting on 
VSewvei expiesMHl her hall way 

li.m m resuiu of ihe' * •*«« * 

d in -...peration given 

■ee*- and other »*rgsoi ABS.I MRNTH HKARII 

-.he reponrd that ,^ruaa said he'd hoard 

dsv sfieiooun in spila the two arguing ihe last coupla 
tsr fhiving cfMKlIii.uts nighiv 

h .now •till falling, w -* ^ Holben. 

sfierruKin in the fp^nagers of ihe hoiaj. saw 
« . donor rlinirs leave the building but 

igam/e«i here. ^ anything waa 

• * a sei imisiy w mpg 

laipin of lliiii has been *The woman waa making 
ft the ( anadian Ar quite a disiurhanc*.' uid Mr. 
and Rheumatism .So- llnihan "and Mr. Jones apol- 
y the Nsnaim.i (Tub ngr/ed to m\ wife for Ih# way 
*rd Canadun fiavai tha other w«»mao waa bahav- 
estahhvri a hmuty fui ing He looked a hit pale, but 


He eouldn t aay that avary- 
thing In Iha prograaalva 
phlloanphy was bad. Mi. Cob- 
bet t aald. “but II has got out 
of hand, arid Iha inlarprata- 
tton af that phtloaaphy has 
b acorn a almeat rtdIcuteHaa. 
.Something draadc wiy have to 
ba dona and fairly quickly * 
Thera was a daarth of tima 
to amaaa **only a small paH 
of what one would Ilka to 
know In tha field of knowl 
edge * he Mid *Why then are 
we In Ihe West so mnrernad 
with social adlustment. hob 
htes sr>d sofh trivia, when 
there Is a Job in he dona* " 
On tha question of physical 
education, -po said Ihe feeling 
of the group sea m ed to he thal 


ralUthanIca had a place In the 
ichoola. bill gamas wars not 
conducive t# good physical 
health. 

(A spokesman for the 
Craatar Vlctorfa branch af tha 
Canadian Asaodailon for 
Health, Physical Education and 
Recraatioa. ti>r. said latar In 
the day that games had a great 
contribution to make In physi- 
cal aducatlon and in edm-silon 
gerterallv i 

Mr t'obbaii mainiairred thal 
prograssivlam had weakened 
dlsrtplina "It ha« become ex 
tramaly weak ' Tlghienlnt it 
up would benefit not onlv the 
students but In due course the 
whole of society ha said. 


Northwest 
Newsmen 
To Gather 


Three Alternative$ 


I.AKE (*nW!tT!A> - KUV PARKSVIU.K ll-.-.s If m 

reis of the fjike t'owMhari tsck« m wss spiwM-tcd a- <li 
AOTS Club are Js« k Irvmg, hulW ..«’ lr..i*ertur for ItVI Inr h 
prewdenl. Hugh R*»hervton. |he village of Psik.vllle by ■ 

. he pieitrteni . Ray l^ng. sec- (.n,mcl| <hairman Albeit J. W 
reiary, and tHcar WinquUt ip,, ,rguUr mM •*! 

treasurer monthly meeting s' 

Nnirn I stlet th:r..;n pi- Kru Kinwei was a' - ap " 

dent, and Y'A Ilex: l*)»emalmis pnmlcrl a« p--:;JMlkecper and 1. 

V I Dlslrict Coun*'ll p:rsj<irnt, pcimisstmi given f«»r him ’*> a 
weie Installing offirert j potuid nn h:- pmprriv 

The tetirlog president. Noi m nn CorfleW Road Counrlllm 
wenh. said the annual Nul Ai'hor y. Riigg* wa* sp 
DiUe wss Ihe most reliable pninlol a» ttie village repre ,, 
source nf inrorrre. and praised vniallve io ihe Vancouver 
(ienrge HleweM. linneymonn Uland Regional l.ihi hi \ R«-'‘id . 

Bav for selling VM hnves and Arthur H Butter a* repre 
single handed believed lo he senialive in the Vanrmrver ^ 
a R C. recoid among AfTI'S (sUnd Rosid of Mealih 
rluhs. The munril «le> ided to suh 

a s a mil an appH'sHon foi the .... „ , ..... 

CHKMAIM'.S Don ! ^ 'heH '' l»tv....m 

t'ameron of VaiMiMivet. foiriter H ‘W urtdrT the goveinmen ^ ^ ars said abw*me of a 
owner of Ihe Blue <;w>se Mulel * 'Ji;" physH.theiapv naming w »i.Kd 

at PenllcMrm. I.ss purx-ha-nl In B-C and the fai l llier.^ a.e 

the Chemainu. Howlarena onlv Rrur -.htrols of physio 

from the prewmi owners Mr ^,Hihlu wnrks Vk therapy in Canada has re 

A rBrlggs; *** 

iLim ^«"Wlngs and . u h d I vlslor,.. therapist v 

M.rJeel^^ Pete Prslei Flnholm. water Anyone wishing lo follow 

r L# .-<hortretel A H puller: this pmlessHm and lake up 

son. formerly of Vancmiver. mnnaiion. pest rmtirnl the hnisary supplied by Ihe 

* * • and garbage dump A*aovialed Canadian Travel 

CHKMAINUS 'Woik was Bullet arwl Briggs, and Inwn Irra should .onta.i Ihe Cana 

starled Ihla w-eek o« the di iv plannings. Briggs d'.an Ailhrliix a.hI Rheoma 

Ing of Ihe piles lor the frirv a • ♦ li»m J^ieU ir Vst»*-»*uvi-i 

slip at the iTicmantus end. loi IfmT AI.Hl.RM Thi AppHcanle -''oukl t«r if 
Ihe new Thetis Island Cioflon diatnef* semi annual Red nteu maincoisiKHi or firsi 
retry Ctmi hhevl dmiot rlC - ^«ni yeai unlvci ally sisodsid with 


The Paciftc Nrnihwesi News 
psper A«sortai|on ■ annual 
rrmvenUon opens Ihla morning 
In the Empress Hotal the 
first time the crtnverriittn has 
been held here m snm# 30 
years 

Business tetsiona will be 
held this morning, this after 
rvooft and tomorrow morning. 
Election of officers wlU take 
place lomormw 

M J. Frey, ptiblisher of the 
Portland Oregonian, la retiring 
presklenl ot the as'ociailon 
Berretary la Adam Lleweilsn 


A single lender received for 
completion of rebuilding of 
•even houses moved by the 
city to Chambers and Queens 
wriit be operred by ctiy council 
today 

The price quoted will lead 
council to a derision on one 
of three courses letting a con. 
tract for the work, having city 
workmen finish ihg Job they 
aiarted or offering the hmisea 
for sale "a« Is *' 


Su of the houaaa were 
moved to ihetr present loca- 
tion from the site of the new 
BrehaU and one from Cale 
donia Avenue Original rough 
eatimaio of rervovallng them 
fitr tale was 135.005. but nearlv 
ISA 000 had been spent by Ihe 
time work stopped eatly In 
Deremher. and an estimate at 
that itnre was that another 
$36,000 would be iweded to 
complete them 


NANAIMO Fnimer alder 
man Fnlward Blarkhum wss 
fined 110 yesterday lot drlv 
Ing on the wrong side of the 
road after his rat was In col 
tialon with another vehicle at 
Wall and Bradley 

Magtsiiaie ijonel Beevoi 
Potts will recommend that a 
telephone pole he moved lo af 
ford drivers approaching the 
Intersection belter visibility. 


and Alex Marshall recently 
visited Varfcouver to gain In 
formation shout the program 
Teniattve plana for Inirodur 
Hon of the arheme to Victoria 
call foi eight companies with 
between 12 and 30 high school 
•ludeniB in each company. 






★★★★★ 


11.30 pm. • ».m. 

KAtarut W i-am «r W llOm 

Cirrulatmn . • . . •'WT® 

tooris •••••• C\* 37nn0 


cloudy^ ihowpr$ 

ilMfOl* M pa«a M 


> nnrour^r l^eading ^Sinre 


26 PACKS 


$2,000,000 Higher 
Than 1957 Mark 


Biggest single revenue producer for the provincial gov- 
ernment during the last fiscal year was the five per cent 
social security sales lax which soared to a new record of S87,- 
244.382, more than $2,000,000 higher than in 19f57. 

Motm fual «ri4 (ual otl tana* 
r««ll/ad S/7 475.337 JS pto(« 
ari> ux»« Sfi4&3..'ttnt5 and 

miiior whl< ta aixj 

p^rmtu Hr«»ufhi i» tI4.6c' 

S.'>l9nB •(i-mdinf In PuMm* 

Anminl* rvkMnd yncirnlay 
te Um laciilt'!: 

On ih# ^xpandtUiia «kj«> a 
SRH0f>i)«i0n mrord «aa 
ari h> ih# butidint and mam* , 
lnn«ni« nf hlfhwaM roarta 
lMtdcr« laritra. dnrka and 
»harva« 

Aitnough mmanmal calabia 
Hona bad hardly gutt#n undar 
«av by iha a>.d nf ih« la«( 
fiMial >n«r Mat::: 3| 1<kS0 

SI TanenAl had aliaad% ha«*M 
nipat.rtad «»n rrntani"a| tvJa 
b«alKM>« 

4iB.4NTH|S 411) 

at»d giaiilalftaid 
fur hoapitala toat ih* gtMvih 
mani SMJI4.43Aft3 and opata 
tioii of momal honpttaU an 
•ihiN- I12.S35.JM7 30. 

Parha hM4 haa and totraa 
tinn aiaa davalopmani coat 
Cf .W472JM Po4ic» proiociMin 
COM Si313 7M.» and law 
anfnrcamont anolhor $1 449. 

5C7.«d ,.c'otr«it»on of 
dHinqoMlo nam MiK3.'«K>n 
and nf olhar nffandari 
SbOJBTIBn 
Ain TO Af.m 

1>io pi<tvlnrtal |o\ornm«nt 
opani 117.047^4X12 on aid N» 

Ih# afod and SUm«i\U49 m. 
amial aaaiatan*# Oiild n#l 
faia mat S3 JS5.737 40 

Snm# Spi3.00D.nun an incraaa# 
of naarlv Si.OllliOliJ »«#r 1957 
waa poKl In grant* aida ofMl 
•etvtir* fbr arhool* oparalod 
h^ local auihorliir* and an 
<dh#r |bGR9 77ll lo unlv#i«ltk#«. 
roll#g#a and normal arhtmla. 


Rrillah (’olumbiABa drank St.MM.MM mora 
li«|unr Ual >mr Iban lb#> dM In IM*. 

.Sal# al liquor in B.C. for ftaral vnar naidinc 
.Martb SI. I»5N. broucbl S3A8SS.S01.41 tn Iba 
proiinm** mnnolidalod rryaann' -CMnd. publir ae- 
rounta aboAod yMUntajr. 

II »na Hp nanrly Irnm ItS? nbnn 

rrsrmme na< S'S.MS.SSO.IS. 

Orona Hqtior anlr* lo lha pnbik amonnind U 
SM.XSt.lS.7.AS and lo IkrnM^. S‘’«.7S7,MS.4S, for 
a lotnl of S9S.0M.I0.7.4S. 


Portfolio (or BruchY 


Crrmionv Coes On. Rain or Not 


gtatkNi. Biasing rain with ttrutmanl'i^mrmor arr. from kft. 
aidm Ll -C'nnlr. J. C. Davim. Brie. John Adam. Mrt. Rona. Wine 
rmrtr. J. D. D. Campbell and RCMP Inaprrior T. A. Horn. 


Standing in thd rahi during errrmonloti opaning tha Wflgiatura 
yaalarday. Uautanant-Govamor Frank Ron. third fitim right, 
Ukaa aaluta from tho RCAF guard of honor from Comox Rt'AF 


CBC (JUimatum 


Th, m».h.r K.,.M hon», ' P»« «-h -.1 

Both tho wnmoo «nd hor Mm V ****’ and wojfiir 

woro mixMng. curraat Tho woH, 

— *craunl r#> #m»o aurplua » 

Tho »omon and hor notgh .^d ropiial amHiht * 

biHo ».frhod Iho nolghbor SVM MI5 

hood for hout* hrforo ropon Im 

ing to piiliro ahorlly afior 10 ,.f|j | 

p.m. Afior •mi anothof Dll I minUt*r. w 
-a.rh polH<o lu.nod Ih a kid | ag*|^ ,, 

napping ala.m tiOX IV ^ 

DrlOfilsoa woro rhorklng ^ ik- .— i 

hoMpilal rororda for a toad lu Rigv 

Iho iktcia woman Tholr ia*k 1 HC OlS UnC 

was cwmpitratod b> tho foct T ItHtu^h. 

that tho dime llatod 10 i;«r WA.'<IIIN<»TON ICPI* Do- ra»dtdaio 
no womon undotgolng irooi- fomo Socrorary Noil H Mr- 
mom Cho> aald Thuiartay ihai Run •**'• t*qu 

Mr. ar>d Mia Tavatot hod ala dooa mrt iMVo an Intoi- ^^lal Ci* 

hoon In thi* rminlry about mnfinonial holltaiir mia«ilo M ronvaniton 

two yoat* ainving hot# from muld ftro agaifui iho (Inltod aparkplug 

tho Ouminiran Ropublk*. Staioa. poigna fto 


~ j MONTRKAL »CP» Tho 

p»ihHrly-nw nod CRT Thuraday 
”*‘***'*' 1-3"" nt *'■ M«ni 
rool ompln>opo« Kipporllng tho 
Wy at iolo\1aian pt«idutora airiko iho 

JLPtJ w 1 1 rhoua of rolurnlng lo work oi 

loBing ihoii 

OPTAWA KTi Piimo fbo ultimatum waa run 
Mimator iHofonbokor Thura lamod in kHo»-a aont lo alt 
day told labor Ibai It ’’ctn'i aialf momhoi* whu hav« not 
havo II both waya.' Dokgaioa roportrd for w«iH ainro tho 
at Iho Canadian Labor Con .Vlunlioai pnidur^ra walkod nff 
gioaa had aafcod him lor In dwtr ]oba Per JP to back do 
ciaaaod lovorrmioni aaelal maitda for rmogniilon of thoir 
aorufity moa*uro« and rodurod nowh fnimod AMnriaiton doa 

Roallaatruia <(X'L< a« ', bar 
gamirig agont 

cmporaiinn nffu-iau inld a 
pioai mnforonro lato Thuraday 
tho CBC will aiart hiitng pot- 
annnol to fill voi anrioa rrootod 
h) ihnao who rht nm roiurn lo 
wnik. 

Th# mrpnratKMt atan aalrl It 
will rofiioo In havo any furthor 
doaiinga with Iho produi-ora' 
aaoociaiion In ila offnrta In ro- 
•loro ftorTnal lolovlakm brood 
raaling aorvk-oa In Maniroal. 


It wa* Iho btg ctl) • aorund 
Infant kidnapping Ihia month 
Piihco wrra aorking Clodyt 
Carria. who m#i Mrs Dora 
loia Tavaroc Thuraday afior 
>KKin al Iho Motropolllan floa 
Dtiol rllnK- 

Mra Tavarog. wha had gono 
to Iho riirur for pnot natal 
rafo. maid tho woman tho hod 
fuBi mot loM hor that aho woa 
oxporting a child and that 
■ «ho Inbod rhlMron " 

Mia. Tavarog. 31. offoiod Iho 
woman a r»do to hor a{»on 
moni In a tatl. Thoio tho <;ai 
ria woman rommonfod nn how 
•mall (ho Tavarog apaitmoni 
waa and aaid ah# know of a 
BO.NV iRouioiai Tho Urgor apoitmont availablo In 
dopuiy rhkf nf llavi l>r (ho Bronx 
many's oaptnnago ayatom whn .Xha offoiod to raio fur Iho 
flod In tho Wool aatd Thura- hab> whUs tho mnthor want 
day ho Kaa harvdod nvar in to «oo It. 
aiiih<»iitlo« horo a iial of Cnm Mra. Tavarog dtamvorod 
muniai oapionago agonta rvpor 
ating rhroufhoui Rump# 
l.t.-<*r>l, .skgfnod Domlnnw 

aki. 42- loM a proaa mnforonro » * o 

that ^Aat fkftntny ompinya j| ** KM 
ahnut aft OOD oapionago agonta y 

20 pM com nf thorn artivo 
In Woatom Kutnpo. 


LTOOI. DOMMROWSKI 


Lipstick 

Tax 

‘Unfair^ 


f nnrourt^r 9 JoMeM§ 
T« March on t irioria 
I Pag* .‘>1 


Fishboat Turns Away 
'rom Drowning Woman 


Hititlen Hat Httltin 
ilotfi K «r Serrett 
(Page 1.7i 


WKST VANCOI VFR (CPl>-A wnmaa waa 
dmwaod boforo bolp rouM reaeh bor in Woal Ray 
Thumda) . 

Ikad la Mn. Dorothy H')ndham. M. 

R. H. ForgvaAn aald bo bailod a panaing flab- 
hoat alter be apoltod Mra. Wyndbam abcMil M 
yarda offaboro, awimming and oaRing for b^p. Hn 
aaNI tbo flabbnal vooroo in toward abom. tbon 
tnmod and apod away. 


Here’s Vhere ^eH Breakwater Vill Rise This Year 

Hnpf>> nows fm- both nwnora of gmall bnafa and amali rrafl using Oak Ray Hoathouae. ‘ Thi* b a 

Oak Ray mmo with Ottawa announeement ta«t groat thing for amali bnnt owner*.** said Reev* 

night ihat SLflO.OOO will be spent this >ear on (korge Murdoch. **and alan for our oMw-all which 

Turkey Head breakwater, to extend moat of way geta knocked around In thoae aoutheast galea. Th« 

between Oak Bay seashore and Mary Tod Island. government has been very generout.** fCdlonifI 

Breakwater ha* long been sought ai shelter (or photo.)