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Youngrters all over (treater 1 ictoria—li ke there at Dollar Rmul model-yacht pool— are enjoy in ft rare winter treat of outdoor rkating in Canada r F ter green Playgroamt 


Inland forecast: 
Cloudy with snow 9 
milder 


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MCTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 4, 1959 


No. 19 — IOI*i YEAR 


Gets Close Peek 
At Lunar Craters 


Fully-Clothed Re»cuer 
Sirims Out to Baby 

A three - year - old Glen Brown ot .uni Happy Valley 
Lake girl was rescued by a Rood 
17-year-old neighbor bo> 


Revolt! 

Radio 

Exhorts 


MOSCOW 1AP) — Russia announced its 
m ton cosmic rocket zoomed to within its 
nearest point to the moon Sunday as it hurtled 
toward the sun at seven miles a second to be- 
come what the Soviets hope will be man's first 
artificial planet. 

Moscow Radio which flashed mmmrmrn m ^ - M 

out the word aatd that the big 

Omcw ihtp reached the naerent ~ w~ W a 

point at 8 Si pm PST It M 1 __ 7J. 


j.-yeur-r«o .w.ki.uo. f A( K DOWN 

the icr on » top pond near ^ lh# b )h , „ m , 

her h .T'' * d 3 30 P '!• »““'»> '”'>'*1 «*»■ 

yesterday. hut revived _ after »he *« 

Cvnthia Ann Willuwn* given artificial respiration by 
rlaughtci or Mr, and Mr*. • neighbor 
Garry William* of 7715 Hooke th*, youthful rracuer crashed 
Rnad *« saved from the gy|jy c | ul hed through the Ice 
drop icy water* of the pood in ^ (hr pond to *wlm to the 
•' nick -of time rew-ue by Bill rntrue ot the drowning child 
a a • He spumed 100 yard* to 

Hie pond from hta parent*’ 
«Core where be wa* working. 
otu>r hta mo th e r ran to and 

Ing in the pond 

hT AND HH/IJ.VS1.V 

M 1; NMM»immrr» who were on 

, the arene earlier had been un 

am* - •* f a Mr to go to the (trugiMmg 

*** ’ 9 ' youngster'* aid and were 

t * standing helpleasly on the 

^ ^ hank when the youth reached 

the *rene 

revived the 


PANAMA l API — A rebel 
radio apparently operating 
ft urn the mountains of Hoev 
duraa ratted Saturday for a 
revolt in that Centrai Ameri- 
can nation. 

The broadcast monitored in 
Panama, called on ao Idler* of 
the fatherland to rise up 
against milltarUm In the bark 
ground waa heard martial 
muair. 


■drbai that poaMhU radio con 

tact with the rocket will cewae 
within 24 hour** 

The broadcast *ald earlier 
thal the nearrut point at which 
the rocket wouM pass the 
moon would be 4Jho miles - 
not much glWarw than the 
1 distance between Moscow and 
New York. 

n i.i.v tm> 

Uoaow radio earilei quoted 
Aleiapder Tope hie v. vke 
president of the Academy of 
Sciriwe* a* tutting, 'll la now 
ith fully cleat that the Soviet 
_ He mte*n rocket will bnomr a 

immtViiittcly named "rebel hero Fidel Castro as bead of «**i»»e of the sun, the fmn 
■II the nation's armed force*. artificial piarwt 

The ceremony look place In * ‘ lUtTI.IW 

Santiago, the provincial capl the hero of the two year rev I The velocity and direction 
tal. a* Castro headed toward a ol«. non ihat toppled dictator of the night make it pnaaiblr 
victory celebration in Havana. Fulgenrto Battuta l«_ «y with ronfidm.e the 

111* route wa* Mowed bya *e- But fond *»• becoming an space *htp wtil never again 
rte* of tumult uoua welrome* increasing problem in 'Ml city loll hack on the earth.” Top 
throughout the province*. i paralysed by t ha walkout chlev declared 

Urrui la a l*o named a emb- which ha* peritatad *ince New The Taaa statement an- 
met in ceremonies which were Year * hoy , . 

regarded aa having hialortcal Violence ha* not *ub*i«4ed in On the 4th of January -> 5® 
importance tor all ljtlln Amer Havana yet There wa* a • m "■oacow time the Soviet 

_ .. . rivitnlr rrw-lcflM naiavit lhi> 


Social Regirler 
Rirkt Heartbreak 

CName*. Page 2) 


lltdl \winnl letter ret 
The IPtrar 11 in nr rt 

(Page 6| 


After she wm» 

badly chilled youngster wae 
pul lo bed at her home with 
hot water bo it lea to warm her 
She appeared fully recovered 
a few hour* after the near 
tragedy 

Another youngstrt playing 
at the pond played a role in 
the rescue when he ran for 
help aflei he *aw the William* 
rhlid wa* in danger 

RAN FOB PARENTS 

Eight y rat old Larry’ V\si 
man of 7711 Snoke Road ran 
lot hi* pareni* when he heaid 
the ice crack and *aw Cynthia 
dlaeppaat 

HU father Roy rushed »o 
the edge of the pond and u* 

Cynthia floating on the *ui 
face of the icy water about 25 nor tempeied the rejoicing of 
feet from *hore. Unable to Alaskan* Saturday night aftrt 
•wim. he could not reach the lh ^ »„ h prWV and 

endangeied child .. _ 

*T _ „ . rm dignity the 49th «tate * ad 

Mr*. Clara Brown, of .1202 " . .... 

Happy Valley Road, looked out ,h# * Union. 

' when *he noticed the Flat- Gov William A. Kg»n wrnl 
mans running to the pond and through hi* inauguration cere 
saw the girl M *rnaMnc #m! m , ilr a . h 

atound in the water- 1 knew It 

had to be someone who knew w>r< *. ,hpn *** taken to a 
how to swim, so 1 ran for my hoapltal for treatment of a 
•on Bill.” Jaundice condition 

Her son pulled off hi* shoe. m , dmr Mld „ * ouW ^ 

(<mt limed mm Pag* * several day* before II could be 


Safe in Mother's Arms 

Throe- year-old Cynthia William* wa* comforted by 
her mother Jeanette last night after the child wa* 
saved from drowning only yard* from her Glen 
Lake home. 


Driring Ruler 
For lre % Snow 

I Page 7j 


Too Many People 
Are Sarn>d Court 

(Crooby, Page 14 1 


Illness Dulls 
A laska ’s Joy 


Mikoyan Start • 
VUU to l .S. T inlay 
• I Page IS) 


BILL BROWN 
. . . icy plunge 


The event marked one ot the 
rare occasions in which a rev 
olutlon against a dictator had 
succeeded In Latin America 

While the inauguration waa 
under way In Santiago. Ca* 
tro* triumphant, bearded rebel 
warrior* swarmed out ot the 
hill* trom Cub* • ntx province* 
and poured into Havana to the 
accompaniment of wild drm 
on»tiitlon* 

Even the growing food 
•hortage brought on by the 
rebel • called general rtrike 
failed lo dampen tbe spirits of 
the eager Havana rttivens wait- 
ing to celebrate the arrival of 


deirrmlned how soon Egan 
could undertake hi* official 
duties. 


Murder 

Charged 


Jewels I^isl 
To Thieves 


Hport 
Tele* I si..* 
Tbealre* 


Ivors 


BUNKER HILL AIR FORCi: 
BASE, fnd »AP» — An air 
forte CU® transport plane 
crashed end burned Saturday 
night half a mile north of 
Bunker Hill Air Force Base 
Indiana State Police said it 
waa almost certain all perwona 
aboard the plane died in the 
crash 


15-Month Year 
ForNewPlanet 


The earths distance from 
the aun varte* from 91.0001)00 
to w.oon.non mile* 

The plane of the rocket*# 
orbit U virtually identical !• 
that of the earth * «»rt»tt 
The maximum distapce W 
will he from the cun will ha 
About rj3.2Vl.rtki mile* Thta 
point will he reached at the 
beginning of September this 
yaar. 


LONDON t Reuter* • — Rue 
•ia‘* roamlc rocket, which will 
become the lira* manmade 
planet wUI b* about 91,500,000 
mile* from the aun Jan 14. 
Tas* Newa Agency reported 
tonight. 

Thta will be tlie nearest the 
rock*’ will get lo the aun. It 
will I hen go into a 214.730.000 
mile otbll around the aun. 
raking 13 month* lor each 
ctreuiL 


RALPH EDWARDS 
. « . rugged pioneer 









(IttTABLHHED ISM) 


No. 20 — lOUi YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1939 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


It oss Given Freedom of City 


tenant Governor Frank Rom 
th* imifft honor It could, 
making him a freeman of 
Victoria. 

Tha action waa taken on tha 


aome tuna he had fall that 
the lieutenant governor, and 
Mr* Roaa. had given outstand- 
Ing Mat-vice not only to tha 
province but tha city, going 
tar beyond (he call of duty. 


freeman of Victoria. The lata 
lx»rd Willtngdon waa made a 
freeman in 1927 while gov- 
ernor general. and tha late 
Robeti P Bulcharl waa hon- 
ored the following year. Swim- 


conquer the Strait of Juan da 
Kuna. * 

The honor entitles the recipi- 
ent to vote in city elections, 
and his name ta placed at tha 
heed of the voters' Hat. 


New Councillor 
Told Bad News 


U While her father. Kdwartl I- Ih* («wta, of 11*26 
Old Kaquimalt Road, waa attending his tint council 
meeting lant night in Ktquimalt. two-year-old 
Joanne Louise De Costa waa rushed to Ml. Joseph 'a 
Hospital after swallowing some pills. 

Police called the new councillor from the 
meeting to inform him of the accident. A stomach 
pump waa used on the girl and she later ws* re- 
ported la “good" condition. 


Progress for This Year 
To Be Ia’ss $/)eetacular 


To Buy Parks 


In an inaugural address reflecting satisfaction with 
progress in 1958, Mayor Percy Scurrah called on city 
council yesterday to make more progress within ita 

means in 1959. 

Bui the progress of the last 
I couple ot years left him with- 
out maior projects to suggest 
to council this year |g|R 
| address recorded the solution 
of the garbage problem, ihe 
completion of ihe legends'' 
of ihe new Point Ellice bridge, 
the construction of a new 
' headquarters fireball and Ihe 
[plan for off street parking. 
LAND-MALE ft SO 
The mayor was left with 
less spectacular progress in 
of propose including:. 

«p- Thai ihe land sale fund, "at 
Illy Ihe lowest II has been for a 
number of years." be built up 
M agatn by ihe srrvlring and sale 

million dollars higher than 2*™* ^ " 

195Ta final jp.dget the pro 

vlalonal hwriget- « furmallly DRAIN* 

i.. a Unwound, lo be .pent at m * u ^"* one > u P“* 

the beginning of the year -! T‘ b * ** devoted to continuing 

* as not .onsidered significant '*» pr ° er * m * ot ,h * 

sewers and drama and improv 
It will he acrtillnieed with | n( ,i reels. 

a fine tooth mmh and hacked That pSoiMli be spent on re- 
and chopped. laid finance decking Johnson Street bridge 
chairman Aid Arthur [low ell, "for ihe sake of safety " 
referring to the work of pre That the Capital Improve 
paring the final budget in Ihe mem District Commission be 
spring , asked once more to widen and 


Massive 

Budget 

Formality 


Reeve George Chafterton opened the municipal 
year la*t night with a hard-hitting. 1 6- point plan for 
Saanich'tt development, hinting at increased taxes for 
parks and higher water rate*. 

He suggested lo council that 

a fund should be built up to Cha Merton s Inaugural rw 
buy park lands aa they are mark 
needed, possibly by Imposing _ Ad- 
one mill for the purpose i. “ „ 
one mill Increase In Saanich print 
taxes would bring in about development 
$56,000 this year. 

And he also asked council 
to consider revising water 
rales and using the Increased 
revenue to replace existing' 
twninch water mains 

Other suggestions In Reeve 


Victoria youngster* could hardly wait 
for school closing yesterday to take 
pa it in police supervised sleigh-riding 
on closed-off Ryan Street hill. Paul 


Kelly. 11, 2704 Belmont. John Leier, 
9, 2740 Avebury, and James Todd, 9, 
2658 Avebury, took part along with 
score* of others. — (Colonist photo I 


Capital 

A Region Planning Board blue 
for Greater Victoria 
adopt km of a 
detailed town plan lor Saanich 
covering the neat jn yean* 
and Including adopt inn of Ihe 
residential expansion plan; 
preparation of a five year 
apttal budget, investigation of 
ihe possibility of obtaining 
some Camp Gordon Head land 
together with Victoria College 
Council 

vt M t R BYLAW* 

Alan resuhmlsston of the 
■ewer bylaw* rejected at the 
Dec 11 referendum; and con 

sideratton of the possibility of Lwrky Roy Willis making sure 
building a combined fireball he has enough anti freete In 
and police station, which will hla car (He work* In a pn> 
release needed space in the vlncial government draughting 
present municipal hall office and Uvea with hla par- 

Council should place Itself ents, Mr and Mrs. H ti. 
tn a position to dispose of Ihe Wilks. A young man of many 
present municipal yard for a hobbies. hla favorite* are 
suitable commercial develop hunting fishing and collecting 
ment. he suggested. old coins and stamps* . . j.Uin 

FIVE YEAR HOPE Nariman blowing a clarinet 

, . . .. good like a clarinettist should 

f T f "IT" H «* taIki nt .i»u> 

n.un wp.1 pH .nrf „„ „„ „ w 

h.ll, nortdn buying , m, pi. yin, 

for a new municipal hall and < ___ u,u lr ,L, r . 

Plan »« build li in liv# vesrs' < ** or * to > tr, 4 'ramping through 
plan to build It in live year* th< . #nmr ^ ru>r lo wo|k 

*■ **«"— "-king a 
•filing nonnn to Slinlt h rwi lunrhMin m nrxAlnttwam m . 
rt-nt.. tone— ntrni. on ~, U IHKHn'mon' . . lob 

m.nnnily improving .uhttan n * -- 

<Ur.l ,n.d. .v.itd tnrrrMOi, IrlonO . . . 

SoOnida’, Ort*n,un, dnb» "V * 

plofnnnt ih. «,bdivt.l<m ton “I-"™ Torenw 
trol bylaw and appeal agalnat 
the amounts charged Saanich In I J riling 

aa Ita ahare in the costa of 

both Victoria and Saanich — — , f 
school dial rid a IV/ 

MOVE MW MANNER W 51 Pi* 


W A Nfi 

LUCKY ROY WILLIS 


A rou ml the Island 


JYpir )«ir Remdre 


NANAIMO A 12 man dele-, PORT AL8ERNI — Magis- 
galion direct from Nanaimo to trate W F. MacLeod officiated 
Communis! China could be one when members of the 1959 
way to get action from Ottawa executive of Port A I be ml and 
on the matter of unemploy- District Chamber of Commerce 
ment, Allslalr MacLeod sug- were Installed at the regular 
gested lo Nanaimo area labor luncheon meeting yesterday, 
union delegates Sunday Robert Adderley received the 

Mr. McLeod called for what g»vel from retiring president 
he termed a "new approach to Kenneth Hutcheson 
the problem of unemployment Other officers are: Jack 

h> organizing a union of Ihe Perry first vice-president; 
unemployed ' Fred St a ns field, second vice- 

The work Is there.'' Ihe president; Hil| Heck Ingham, 
labor spokesman said, "the secretary; Gordon Jenks, 
problem Is how to get It going, treasurer; A, Houston. Stan 
"Why bother with any more Wagstaff Ted Stroyan. Fred 
briefs and resolutions* Why Duncan Jim Skinner Vic Fal- 
not organize the unemployed. k>wfield. Robbie Mac Fie and 
short-circuit Ottawa and send Art Toms, director*, 
a 12 man delegation direct * a * 

from Nanaimo to China to see ALBERNI .Richard David- 
If It would be possible to turn son Hall died In West Coast 
up orders from China.” | General Hospital Sunday 


Scurrah 
Picks 
His Wife 


Experts 

Caution 

Drivers 


gram 


city ioun.il yeMeiday re 18.000 so far continue lo hr 
(erred lo It* legislative i-om spent on Improvement of 
mtllee a suggestion that VV- 1 Thetis Lake Park 
toria should have an officially That arrangements be made 
appointed lady mayoress this if possible to have one magit 
y** 1 '- ' trate handle all Juvenile delln- 

Cltaries J Kidd said In a quency rases In Greater Vic- 
let let that council would not toria. and that two or three 
mally appoint a lady mayor j rooms be added to Ihe Juvenile 
esa on the nomination of the Home for aecurtty reasons 
mayor. The mayor would FAMILY COCBT I'RuKD 
usually nominate hla wife. Mr. That a derision ha reached 
Kidd said and council laughed on establishment of a family 
hea filly but bachelor mayors court. « 

might nominate slaters or That the city subdivision at 
other relatives Gorge,, Harriet and Balfour be 

"If and when this comes to preceded with, which would 
me offl< tally.” .Mayor Scur- r»wi f.V> fan hut would "place 
i ah assured coun.il, “my a lot of valuable properly on 
choke is going lo be Mrs. Ihe lax roll.** 

Scurrah ** Referring to the progress of 

The suggestion was referred ,h ** p *“' v ** r Scurrah 

to Ihe committee even though ,h,> ou,lrt *bdlng debenture 
AW D. J Proudfoot said a 6ri " of ,h *' had 

mayor’s wife waa automatic 8491.708. 

ally a mayoreae and Aid ANNl'AI. IMPROVEMENT 
Arthur Dowell agreed that "Year by year our financial 
"naturally” a mayor’s wife portion hq.* Improved and 
was mayoress today we are one of tha few 

"But." Aid Dowell added. r "'~ ,n C V^ ** 

"if the mayor Is a woman ?&!*?*** .. 0,1 r 

what a her husband called?- 

The mayor said |95ft was a 
... -splendid year* for the city 

w w w I parks, and the Illumination In 

rit , Beacon Hill Park, provided by 

I ||v U firL PTC the Capital Improvement Die- 
VillY W lirKClN ♦Hri Commission, had doubled 
J I Ihe number of people visiting 

VBI * o | the park In the evenings. 

want I ant v ^ -n 

* J pndiably would he opened 

City H.ll Employees Aaso CBy| * b of 

riallon the inside staff of ihe ' 
rity yealerday notified the AMALftAMATHLN , 
city manager It will M>ek question of amalgama 

wage parity with comparable ''° n , ** •* 

flrma* In Its 195» contract, aa for ^"* the 

well as some changes In ****!, 

fringe benefits i *videnl that our 

_ „ , . . , . I f » <, »Rhbors were not ready for 

Tom Smith, aaaociatlon such a move and It ia also evt 
president, naid a survey of ; dent that the value of a pari 
wages In 10 firms was being | nershlp will have to be learned 
carried out and should he com the hard way before It can he 


Drivers who must use 
their rars while snow Is ow 
the mods were urged yes ter 
day by experts nf the nrnior 
vehicles branch In drive with 
extreme caution. 

They also offered a num 
her of other safety e«g- 


Drive slowly, maintain a 
constant speed, chance dims 
In a lower gear Instead of 
using bra^s 


weight In the 


Disrobing 

Offensive 


Esquimau municipal • rrv 
ployeea will be asked lo pre- 
sent written request* before 
the council at 7.10 p.m Mon- 
day. when wage negotiations 
will be conducted. 

Reeve A. C. WurteOe. during 
the first meeting of the year 
Iasi night, said: T would like 
to «ee negotiations twith the 
Employees' Union including 
l».th m*.|*te and out-kle staff » 
proceed aa quickly as possible - 

A provisional five month 
budget waa approved so the 
council will have the authority 
to spend money until aurii time 
as a formal budget can he sub- 
mitted 

Reeve Wurtele told round! 
he would like lo see piore mad 
construction heller *lreet 
lighting and extenaion and Im 
provemenl of existing paries In 
the new yesr 

Coun. James Bryant, senior 
councillor, was appointed art 
Ing reeve for 1959 

In his address to Ihe round!. 
Reeve Wurtele suggested that 
the name 'Lampaon Park” he 
changed to "Fleming Park, to 
conform with the old eatah 
liahed name of the seafront 
beach at the end of K Inver 
Street. ’* 

He suggested that council 
consider an appropriation for 
development of title area - 
"While parka are not revenue 
producing, they are necessary 


Difficult Tank 


Murdoch 


TOFINO - A week and -a half- 
old Indian Infant la tn 'good- 
condition In Torino Hospital 
after being rushed from Hot 
Spring Cove by a department 
of transport lifeboat 
The Infant child of Mr. and 
Mrs. William Ambrose was 
accompanied by Indian health 
nurse Mtas Iris Myatt. 

The trip Waa made during 
a snow storm and gale fore* 
winds that made the boat, 
under coxswain E R. Hageiin, 
90 minutes late 


Weather Silences 
Citv Boys* Band 

The Victoria Boys' Band re 
hear** I has been camelled thl« 
week because of Ihe weather. 
The group normally meets on 
Tueaday night at 1318 Broad 
Street. 


Oak Bay council fares a 
“difficult task" in trying to 
maintain Ita high standards of 
service to the public without 
undue increase In taxation." 
Reeve George Murdoch Mid 
In hla Inaugural address last 
night. 

However, he pointed out. 
“we enter 1958 In sound fi- 
nancial condition" 

The reeve outlined a three 
year plan for improving the 
water distribution system In 
Oak Bey. 

He also recommended that 
council draft a "progressive 
plen of street lighting Im 
provemenl for the munlrt 
pallty. 

The public works program 
for this year will coat an eett 
mated 8321600 he Mid 

Local an provemenl pro 


grams totalling 8100.000 will 
be carried out in the Uplands 
area and In a proposed <M 
lot subdivision north of Lana 
downe Road 

A winter work program to 
relieve unemployment con 
slats mainly of »ewer addl 
Ilona and will starf Immedl 
ately 

"Our main concern this 
year, aa in the pa*r, will be 
to maintain the high standard 
of service lo our people with- 
out an undue Increaat in tax- 
ation,” the reeve Mid 

This will be a difficult task, 
he added mainly due lo coats 
outside the control of the 
municipality. He mentioned 
school coats set by the pro 
vlncial government, wage de- 
mands by municipal employ 
eea. and high coat of borrow 
lug. 


brought about 


Penalty can he severe, the 
postmaster warned yesterday, 
for anyone caught damaging 
the mail, 

The postmaster Issued the 
warning while police Investi 
gated Ihe second cane in three 
days of a fire being set In a 
mailbox. This time, a few let- 
ters in a box at Richardson 
and St. Charles were damaged. 


LADYSM1T! 





VACATION 1 
PLANNING 


SERVICE 


Civilian Faces Chat 


10 OatlM dnloilim Victoria. I.C,, Son., Ja* 4, 19S9 


Kidnap jwr Hunted 


\ of Sai/oi 


HMCS Naden Katin« 
Dies of Slab bounds 


NEW YORK (UPll — 
Point* and FBI agents are 
•m*m rchintr foi an infant 


Vancouver city police last night charged a 19-year- 
old civilian with the murder, in Vancouver, of a rating 
from HMCS Narien. 


from her hoa- 


Xi of Laqutmalt, died early at the preliminary hexring 
yesterday of stab wounds In Both sailors were on New 
flirted In a Vancouver base Year's leave, due to report bark 
men! apartment. here Monday. 

Due to appear In police apart Police said Brown died from 
Monday on the murder charge a «ab wound in the neck. 

U Clarence O’Grady ol Van They said he and three other 
cuuver* polite there told the sailor* met a man in a beer 
Colonist by phone last niiiht. parlor In downtown Vancouver 
Two other men he ill by police Frhtoy night. They said the 
for questioning wet* released man invited the group to his 
One was another Naden rating, ba-ement suite 
Alt .Harvey Charles Ttgar. 23. Other r**id*nl» in the house 
of Regina • called police about 1 a m They 

A naval spokesman here said sent Brown to hospital, but he 
Tlgar was granted an extension was pronounced dead on ar 
-- r ~ rival. 

Less than *U blocks away, 
his brother. Constable Duane 
Brown, was carrying o u t 
normal traffic duties He heard 
the report of disturbance 


Where Summer Spuds .V 1 ^ 
the Wister 
MEXICO— 

HAWAII — 

WEST INDIES — fij 

HOW ABtXT A UOSTRELY CRtHSE ON A 
CYJMFORTABLE CARGO PASSENGER SHIP »_ 

Tt) THE PANAMA CANAL — RETURN BY AIR 
VIA CENTRAL AMERICA 

t»f Nuggrwttosia — Descriptive Literature and 
Kener \ itWm* — See 

GEORGE PAULIN LTD. TRAVEL SERVICE 

“I Oder the < lock In the 1000 Stock" 

I0(W GOVKRNMICNT ST. K> 2 -9 IRS 


was less than three hours 
old. Doctors appealed to 
the bleached blonde kid- 
napper to give the baby a 
special life-saving formula. 

Police said the woman he 
Moved lo have snatched Lisa 
Rose Chionchlo from ihe 
fourth floor nursery at St. 

Peter's hospital in Bmoklvn 
apparently had *et nut In lake 
a Imhy from another hospital, 
only three blocks away she 
was frightened away from 
lh*f hoapltal. however, and 
went lo St. Peter * instead lo 
•rlecl a hdby at random. 

ONE OTHER CHILD 

I. isa Rom* was stolen at 
about 11.45 pm. Friday She 
was horn at 9 17 p m. lo Frank 
('hionchio, ^ an attorney for 
the port of New York author- 
ity and hi* Ay*ar-oU wife. 

Frances. They have one other 
'child, a one year old girl. 

Shortly after Chionchlo had 
his first glimpse of hi* new 
daughter she was stolen from 
her bassinette, presumably by 
a woman who had been seen 
lutklng near the nursery The 
Woman managed to get past a 
muse and a night watchman 
without stirring suspicion She 
carried the haby Into a near- 
freezing night wrapped only 
In a pink cotton and wool hos- 
pital blanket 

APPEAL FOR ( ARE 

Dxlors Immediately began 
to appeal for good care for the 
child The haby • formula was 
broadcast and a tyrtetahle was 
giver for her feeding*. . . 

She wag supposed to stall 
receiving boiled water every 
ihree hour* darting at 9 IS 
a m. yesterday. At 3 p m #he 
was to atari receiving a special Socialist 
fotmula, two ounce* every . , . . 


Marriage 
To White . 
Costs Job 

' SALISRCRY. Southern Rh* 
deaia t Reuter* I - The princi- 
pal of University College hrre 
said that Dr. Bernard Chid 
aem a Negro, lost hi* chance 
of a university teaching job 
by manylng a white Canadian 
woman 

Dr. ChliUrrO Who studied 
fffur yeais at McGill Univer- 
sity and obtained hi* PhD this 
year, was married In London 
last weak The Dally Mirror 
identified his Canadian bride 
as Michel I ne Dusahlon, 3ft. It 
did not give her hometown. 

The university principal. Dr 
Walter Adams, said OiHttm 
had been under consideration 
tor a research P"** but after 
hearing about his marriage It 
wa» derided “not to pursue 
ihe matter." 


Everythin* nbout they** gingerbread hou«*s i* 
edible, except a witch and Hanitel and Crelel, and 
three-vea r-trki Jennifer Rummel is setting out to 
prove it. Houses,, tree and base, decorated with 
icing, walnut* and almonds, were made in a couple 
of hours Christmas Eve by Jennifer's father, Hans 
Rummel, 922 Park Boulevard. — (Colonist photo. I 


FRANK CHIONCHIO 
. pleads for baby'* return 


umpann 


twc6AeoAAttb* art may i e 

• Opea Dally Monday Through Saturday. 9 
• Shop Friday 9 1U 9 


‘ Egghead ’ End 
Of U.K. Labor 
75 Years Old 


The leaving her clergyman husband S 
<le«>t * n it declaring herself a u 
. h atheist 

Wells quit III disagreement Thu 
*bor om pulley, hut Shaw, who ^ 

could 'five 73 hour* after birth P* r «* •«* **• kwern ,hr MUW ***** f~ k > H " jgj 

on a strictly milk diet hui that of many of It* ping ram* and many of the pamphlet* ^ 

her chancei of .urv.v.l might ^Ikiea. mark* its 73th .rmi ^ 

he endanger e«t without ihe , f9nm „ Monday lishlng rights to *ome of hu 

f.irmula after that. Founded in 104 with 15 Work! . In hl , W ||| 

PE\ El OP PNEl MONIA members brnt on *4**‘tal refnrm. Clement Alike Labor party 

Fa*rt were expressed that and a capital id 13 shilling* prime minuter from 1945 lo 

Lisa Rose might develop nine pence, then worth about ]9fi|, imned the Kaftans in 

ffneumoma without expert ,$3.45. the society ha* grown i«gj 7 . The i-um*nl Labor party 

rare. until It now ha* 2.562 member*, leader. Hugh tlaltokell ha* 

"This 1* a drspeyite rare Including 12n mem hers of Par been a member *4 nee. 1 93ft 
•K.UUt „mk mhI t>r Auror* to IM» M .p -W «»»" Th, K.W.n. Ihr 

■ promoting n<>« famous l»nd..n S« hool of 

Over the years It* member* Economic* on ■ small wale 
trie* at the hoapltal I have included playwright m 1 x 95 || %in«e hs- grown to 

The child** parents were dla George Bernard Shaw, novelist become a tollege of ihe L'niver 


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take advantage of our 

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Get a fine quality, beauliful permanent, wave — styled 
for 1969 — at a price way below the usual coat! 
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« ruisr Ul 

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Nanaimo Zoo Reorganized 


via N.V.K. Lina's 

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W AftH INC. TON 1AP* Ttv said many expeila luve rom- 
new U.S. flag rhoaen with an pllmented him on the site — 1 hr 
eye 10 the addition trf a 50th 90 acre* Include nine acre* of 
state, has 49 stars arranged water and Ihree .mall lakea. 
In seven row* of arven. with and also rocky cliff* for 
even rows indented. mountain sheep 

President Elsenhower un As well a* ihe ihree Hon*, 
furled the new design Satur there will he rlk. moose. *ev 
day at a White House cere- era! kinds of deer, four com 
muny proclaiming Alaska the gar*, a brown bear and a 
49th stale black bear, a llama, an ele- 


HOLLYWOOD — A family 
feud ha* erupted between pro 
diieer -lark I. Warner and hi* 
son. dark %f. Warner. 42. told 
reporters Friday he has been 
barred from ihe Warner 
Brother* Studio hi* fwlher 
head*. 


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22 PAGES 


No. 20 — I01#t YEAH 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1959 


First Victim 


First casualty of Victoria’* recent snowfall 
was 70-year-old George D. Carroll, of !52t Van- 
router, who collapsed and died after shovelling 
mow outside his borne at 1.35 p.m. yeslerdnjr. 

The body was taken to McCall's funeral home, 
where It was viewed by the roronrr. Dr. E. C. Hart. 


Freeze 

Hazard 

Feared 


Bulletins 


CHICAGO — Richard 

Rev nr*, managing direc- 
tor of the Chicago Inter- 
national Emir expect* the 
(Jueen to vkit Chicago 
aboard the royal yacht 
Britannia. 


Weather-shaken Greater 
Victoria, which was on tha 
skids yesterday and then 
grimly shovelled ita way 
almost back to normal, is 
keeping it* fingers crowned 
In the face of the latest 
forecast 

(He# «MHrr »*ath«r '►« 

r*«- iu 


COTONOt . IMweev — 
Kir sag Imwli Hecwrtty 
form were on Wand by aierl 
here Monday to rrudi an* 
Afrlran National!*! al tempi 
la aelsr power hi the adjoin- 
ing I- renrh mandate of Togo 


Mure snow l* definitely 
coming thl* morning on top 
of Sunday niehf * and Monday 
mominc’s four inrhe* bu* tt 
l* expe. led to turn »o rain by 
noon the weaiherman *ay« 
rvil.2! FEARED 

The final blow which miv 
really put the area reeling on 
a wintry “skidroad’ la iha 
prospect of the rain freezing, 
creating a traffic nightmare 
A nurressful battla 

wa» waged yesterday »o over- 
come l he .now by buses, city 
work crews, taxi* garage*, 
bread and milk '•ompame*. 
police. firemen and tha 
ordinary dttren armed with 
a shovel 

ONr. H« HOOI. HMtT 

Only school which (ailed la 
take In the holiday Influx of 
returning atudenta was Es- 
quimau High where many of 
its 700 students have to travel 
from as tar as View Royal 
“All other school* functioned 
( normally " said superintendent 
I John (lough There are not 
! likely to be any school 
rioevire* today 

Barker* 


Stunning Possibility 


Will Red Planet 
Orbit to Mars? 


DEI.lt. MT 

Overtime parkera will prob- 

By 4. T. JONK8 * w > ** ,,,n * ,h * benefit of 

l he doubt downtown while »ha 

The stunning pngaibiltty emerged yesterday that «»* lasts, 
uniia's roarmo rocket may be bound for Mam. .I*? 1 *" S' 1 ** )nhn l Bu ‘** 

stork .aid that as long a a 

The arblls of the new man- I snow remains piled on city 

trig as It moves sway from streets leniency will be shown 
lire sun. and Mam la .peedlng all parker* 
up as II move# inward This Rl'N ON CHAINH 
would lend to reduce the lime Chains were the commodity 

In most demand yesterday, 
with some garage* and store* 
selling out completely by early 
afternoon. However a survey 
last nlghl indlraied that s«rma 
wrre still available and new 
supplies are arriving 

Biggest complain! from Hus 
drivers and properly equipped 
motorists wer# Ihe drivers w h« 
insisted on taking a chan.-y 
Moreover an • x I r e m e I y Jnd wllhout * th#r 

J DO " r chain# or snow tinea, 
mile# out from lh# sun at II# <ould have an effect of mil 

farihe.i nn.nt Hon# of mile# In the outer " 0r,nfT RAXARD 

reaches of the rocket ‘ ■ orbit, *They wero the biggest haz- 
Msr* orbit l# tilted slightly ar >d this could deflect tt to- • rr * 0011 drivers had lo far* 
le«u than two degree# In re ward# Mars today* a B-C. Elertrlr spokes 

la lion *o Earth A and It Did the Russians intend their ^/“"Iw^addsd ~wu 

ma tor axis (a line tointns the ■'P*^ rocket lo take the course ~.ii -» — 


‘Small World' Journev End 


from left. Arnold Etolhari, 51. ex- 
pedition’s pilot captain, her husband. 
Colin, 32. and Eiolhart* non Timothy, 
21.— (See story. Page 3.1 


As trarw-Atlantio eroding of balloon 
• Small World" ends. Mrs Roaemary 
Mudie. 30. come* ashore at Bridgeton, 
Barbados. Behind her are the other 
adventurers of the air-sea journey. 


marie planet and Earth's 
neighbor planet brush close 
together next summer. 

Both Mars and the rorkei 
w ill he in that pari of I heir 

The estimated gap between 
them when they p#«* will he 
about i rvn.onn mile* in terms 
or ^ of «p#«y dlstsn.es a lelaltvely 
■mall matter The rocket will 
etucle. tr-ve | aboui g 73 .onO. 1 MD miles 
which miaaed the moon by a in each of its 447 day years, 
acanl AMO mile*, has gone (T iVTKMIRfl* 

Into an orbit around the aun 

that will take tt I23.254.0ni) slight difference In speed 


acetden 


ERROL FLYNN 
, , , joined rebels 


There Will 
Be Peace ’ 


auming 


WASHINGTON tUPl'-Tbe Th# Si 
Kremlin a second In command Mikoyan 
predicted after a WVmlnute mewsage 
meeting With Secretary of 
Stale John Foster Dulles yew * 

that “there will he -vpeaa* 


Kidnap 

Death 

Feared 


lerdav 
peace 

Soviet Deputy Ptemwr Ana 
•fas f. Mikoyan said after ihe 
parley that he and Dulles dt# 
cussed the Berlin dial*. Ger 
many, disarmament and trade. 

Mikoyan ala© dl*rl»#rd that 
he would later oonfer with 
President Elaenhower. 


NEW YORK t API — A cryp 
tic note attached to a diaper 
aroused fear* Mopday (nr the 
safety of a newborn Infant 
kidnapped Friday night 

The diaper wa# found In a 
subway station. An attached 
not# read: 

“Please return to St. Peter's 
Hospital. Didn't want to hurt 
anyone. Everything la ao hard 
Tired Sick. The ocean la so 
Inviting. Mayha now I will pod 
peace 

“I tried *• keep her warm. 
Dear God forgive me " 

St. Peter's is the hospital 
where the daughter of Mr. and 
Mr* Frank D- Chionohlo wa# 
kidnapped only 31a hour# after 
birth. 


Albania’s Red Government 
Gets Year at Hard Labor 


LTlg ANGELES l U Pit - 
Gen Albert C. Wedemeyer, 
high ranking Second World 

War affierf, aaya ha believes 
Russia Is capable of hitting 

UnUsd flaws targets with mta 


sitae guided with pin point ac- 
curacy . 

“Com men senae should tell 
us,** he said. That If the Rue 
Siam have both the thrust and 
guidance system for thetr 
moon rock #4. they then have 
ban capabilities “ 


I heir tn»iN to was an artificial 
lake in Tirana 
Joining ihe while-collar labor 
army, said a Tirana report re- 
layed by Peiping Radio, was 
Premier M eh met Shehu and 
other leader*. 


Rut there wa* no mention of 
Gen Enver Hmihe head of 
Ihe party, or MaJ. Gen. Mad)! 
Leah I, titular head of aorta, 
picking up tools In Ihe work 
brigade. 


LONDON *AP» — Albanian 
government officials picked up 
hammer* and shovels and be- 
gan manual labor under Com- 
munisi party order* Monday 
Tha party asked ail funr- 




Onk Bn y Reere’a Pledge 


2 " Bttltl CtolotiU! Victoria. » Tass, Jaa «, IIS! 


ronnse 


endeavour to provide a« much 
Information aa possible lo tha 
prr» during council m«rt* 
Ings." * 


the decision hat been reached." 

In order lo obtain more local 
nfw» Hein* about council bus!- 


Reeve Georg* Murdoch Iwi In rjowd committee he added. 

i tuuit you that such news 


night renewed his pledge lo 
give I he people *u much In 
formation u possible" through 
the medium of I he pieu on 
affairs of Oak Bay municipal 
council. 

"It Is most necessary that 
people be kept fully Informed 
about what la being don* re- 
garding their business." the 


as may be available will be 
forthcoming Immediately after • ness, the reeve said "we wlU 


One of the first official acts 
yesterday by newly -appointed 
deputy provincial secretary U 
J. Wallace was lo order an in 
veetigatton into the action of 
who saved a 


Wake Up Tomorrow Morning 


Rill Brown. 17, 
three-year old girl from drown 


aperch. 

When It is imperative that 
certain business be transacted 


thin could mean the Belmont 
Junior High student might he 

nominated for a Royal 
Humane Society Ufesavuig 
award. * 

He crashed through the Ice 
of a pond and swam JO feet 
to save the life of Cynthia 
Williams, daughter of Mi 
and Mrs. Garry Wlllizen*. 2715 
Sooke Road. 


Streamlined Sausage 


RCMP Drop 
Musical Ride 

OTTAWA ICPl— The musl 
cal ride; practically the trade 
mark of the RCMP. Is to be 
suspended temporarily and a 
team Jumping and alunt-rldtng 
display piepared in go on tour 
this summer and fall. 


CONSISTENT RESULTS PROVED IN THREE LIADINO HOSPITALS 

Hr. SUSTAMIN Ml M 

Suits min M2 com.su of 2 isMeta |( (mU r>o<hin« 

that sis so pouni unused packs* fc 

only once ever* 12 hour* One tt a , . 

f ssi -suing pmh tablet lbs othei a retuoa. 
a new "Golder" Tsblet that is 
iprcullv formulated to ftgbt lbs DON T WAIT! A 

psin of stiffness, swelling snd cup- . 

pied Joints sub 12 hours coot mu- — AND i A 

ous me«ln.et ion *>'« blessed all For # |hort umt 
day. all night relief Irom psm Thrs j p Ihlt 

highly egeu.se new I^ahlei formula *'**"'' 2 
M already helping people of all sges ***•> ^ 

to lead mote normally sUise. pant- JO^isy supply at low 
frss lives sgam I hers is a s cry get an esirs up to 
good chance that H tan help you. ERIE! That's s 
too- that you can actually waks 701 gs fRtF! O 
up without arthritic ot rheumatic (tCl up 1o 4tW.y 
pain the nest morning after the very lo ;o-<lay 

Aral night you (ska k. . . . g J 9 <*j value fa 

MARE THIS AMAZING TEST 

If you suffer lbs agonizing pain of 


month* old. the Welsh gill*, or sows, 
won in 'gu ard for their "fine length 
and exceptionally good hams.'* 


Already shaped like sausage*. IJiese 
two little pigs proudly display their 
streamlined shape* at a livestock 
show, in London. Only al»out six 


O Three trading III. 

hospitals have tust 
completed over a. 
year of eatensivs 
clinical testa with a 
brilliant new discovery, developed by 
an eminent doctor - a professor of 
medicine at a leading medical college. 
The results have been way "beyood 
all expectations ' for tbs vail majority 
of sufferers. I -'sets, taking it at night 
lor the very Are* tunc, reported they 
woke up in the morning without 
arthritic pain; that the pain of stiff- 
ness and swelling and pa.o ia crip- 
pled joints soon started to |p relieved 
and they could move around more 
freely once agaia w.ih.o a week or 
two. The name of the diecovery « 
Sustain. n M2. 


Rebuffs for Us 


Beef Prices 
To Stay Up. 
Savs Ottawa 


Red Carpet for BCE 


DON’T LIT 

COUGHS ‘COLDS 

ROB your 

LITTLE ONES J 

OF NEEDED 


OTTAWA ten — UtUo 
masunifr rrspila during 
l*>9 front high beef prlrwe 
— hamburger Is sirloin — Is 
anticipated by government 
MlborltW 

TV reason lies In IK# ex- 
pectaMoti that Canadian ax- 
ports lo Uie tailed •Malms 
will continue a< a hemming 


Dr. Shrum Invited A. Bmce given rise tp feelings of ex 
Robert eon. a B.C. EWtt If vice trem* frustration," Mr Brlgga 
president, to have the company complained. 

1 mke a stajement, and Mr. 

Robertson replied that Thomas 
In^ledow another vteo-preal- 
dent, will have a statement to 
make. 


'The company always seem- 
ed able to do exactly what It 
chose to do Its control by the 
Public Ttllitle* Commission la 
lega 1 1 • 1 1 c. impact leal, and 
completely Ineffect I v *.“ he 
charged. 

"You are saying the chair- 
man has a different opinion 
than the other two com mis 
aioners. 1 Dr. Shrum asked | 

“Yea. I say there la a differ- 
ence of opinion about the B.C. 
Electric Company." Mr Briggs 
replied. 

TO FITlTUt 

'\ Mr Briggs said both the 
power rommiaaton and the 
BCE were looking to the fu- 
ture. 

“As k»ng as the EC, Power 
Commission was looking after 
only the thinly extended, low- 
density load areas of tbLs 
mountainous and heavily for- 
ested province, where the cost 
of providing electric service la 
so high, and thereby hold* a 
financial umbrella over the 
company lo enable It to avoid 
the costs of thoae thin load 
arras, then the power ramml* 

1 sinn was fine," he said. 

•'But when the power com- 
mission began to aspire to 
some of this province's large, 
low cost power sources. It was 


ALL LEADING 
DRUG STORES 


lo the rommiulnn at Ftldays INVITE HIM 

hearing* Iff. Briggs asked the royal 

Mr Briggs who yesterday comroiaaion to tnvtte and urge 
presented five chapters of a J- W. D. Blyth, whp resigned 
Z ! chapter 2>iw*f he plans lo In *®54 after having iieen a 
give the h'yal commission, j p*»wer commission member for 
jus id that at limes several * little more than a month, to 
weeks would go by without a appear before the commission 
meeting between power com explain the factors which 
mt** loners and the premier. led to hla resignation, since, 
.. „,*-**. ... Mr. Briggs *atd, Tl la under 

HIMNTI.T st nod certain policies which he 

"If something Intricate was ' WM unable in have amended 
up. the chairman would oftrn H ere unacceptable to him.** 
attend the piemier by him- , 
self No doubt on many occa- * AN HID TAI.K 
amns the other two roroTfits Mr Briggs Mid the alatus of 
Stoner did not know where the B.C. Electric Company 
they were at.* he said with the present government 

Mr. Briggs outlined a long Is "well explained by the candid 
•eric, of Instance* of lark of «b»«nbnt of a tor company 
cooperation between the BC. official when In mMMffS In 
hlectrir and the BC. Power wmi private '• meeting of 
Commission B C Professional Engineers I 

At one point Dr Shrum <ug- •«•*«!: -Of course we re a 
ge*»ed that a regulatory group private corporation ot I think 

should be set up to •' control •** ,f w * do havr 

this expensive rivalry' be- consult the provincial cabinet 
tween the power corn mission on every move we make 
and the B.C. Electric. "The relations of the power 


Weather Forecast 


For their sure support 
hold on to your life insurance! 


_ January 6. 1959 

Cloudy, snow in the morn- 
ing hemming rain by noon, 
showery by evening A Utile 
milder winds llghi. becoming 
southeasterly 25. 


SHOWERS 'j/ 

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income. This is very important because 
people in Canada today can reasonably 
expect to live longer.' 

If anything should happen to you. your 
dependents are guaranteed all the money 
you provided for them through your life 
insurance. 

Guaranteed family security and guaran- 
teed savings make life insurance the 
number one gilt-edged investment for 
over 7 % million Canadians. 


Your life insurance policy is extremely 
valuable property because of its guaran- 
teed benefits to you as well as your 
dependents. 

In all policies having guaranteed cash 
values, you are assured cash savings 
which increase steadily through the years. 
These are protected against casual spend- 
ing yet are immediately available to you in 
a financial emergency. 

The payment of every dollar promised 
you at retirement is absolutely assured 


High fl'i lzrw ... 25 

Forecast Temperature* 

High .... 35 Low 25 

SuntiM . fi Sunset . 4 AT 

Ea>t 0*1*1 of Vaiwouver 
Island - Cloudy, snow begin 
nlng In the morning. or«'»«nn- 
ally mixed with rain In the 
afternoon, turning to scattered 
showers of mixed rain and 
snow by -evening. A little 
milder. Winds easterly 15. 
High and k»w at Nanaimo. 34 
and 22. , , 

West Coast of Vancouver 
Island Wind warning In 


effect * Mostly cloudy ( Re!n 
becoming scattered showers 
by evening. A Bilk milder. 
Winds light, becoming south- 
easterly 25. occasionally reach- 
ing 35 In exposed areas High 
and low at Eatevan Point, 3H 
and 32. 


Ship (jlrndar 


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■Small Will' Sale 

Balloon Flies, 
Floats Way 
Of Columbus 

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (l 'PI) — Three men and 


balloon "Small World" 24 day* ago floated into Bar-, 
bado* by sea yntrrdny at the end of an historic 3,000- 
nnle Alluntlc crossing. — L - Ll - t. 

n<i* four vutp in go.nl ihipr # • ■ ■ 

• 1 "i •»* *r rpp ( 1 1 \ 

despite the they dropped 1 1 '' VjI1 ; 1 ” 

into the >**. after coveting r>< I |\ 

t ■ < * I urncil Down 



l rrutia Moves into Palace 


Vtallu (Xelitritirt v, J 
Ta«d«t January * 1*St 


Martial Law Called Off 


The four were In good shape 
and had plenty of food left 
despite the fart they dropped 
Into the *e* after covering 
1 am mile* in the air And .tail- 
ing the U*t 1.21*1 mile* in 
tttelr gondola. 

The stiange voyage had nc- 
rr>mpluhed what It waa de 
signed to do retrace the trade- 
wind route of ('nlumhua' first 
trip fo the new world. 

The vox agora were Arnold 
Ehnart. Si; hit *nn Timothy, 
2t. I'ollln Mudie ,12 designer 
o' the gondola. and hi* wife 
Rosemary, m a pretty arti*t 
and photographer who doubled 
a* i-ank. 

The four weie sighted a few 

miles off flarhado* hv t'naln 

Rnuthw aitr captain nf a fls'v 
Ing hoot. He rowed the gore 
doia into a hay on the south 
east mu| nf the Ularld and 
collect ed a £29 30 aervtce 

charge 




N.s. 


=1 


MINN iHnilers)— * M rat 
German note Monday re- 
jected Ho* let pro|inMl« for 
a "free HI)" id Berlin hut 
agreed no I to restrict *uh 
Jei'1% for four power iw 
foliation. 


Smoker Beats Tax Boost 

French tobacconists art* doing a landslide hu sines* 
as citizens rush to stock up on cignrel* and tobacco 
before higher price becomes effective. Thl* Parisian 
smoker I* getting a big supply at the old price be- 
fore De Gaulle's austerity taxation program with 
taxes on many consumer good* and services goes 
into effect. 


Into Orbit in Two Day 


Rocket Radios Die 


Thousand* 
Is and offn 


to give the 


n th’ir 
ig the 


MOSCOW I DPI ' The radio 1 In two more days. Jan 7* 
tiauamlttet* In the Soviet the rocket will enter It* pr 
muon rnchel stopped working t Iodic nrMl aa an artificial 
Sunday. 62 hours after the planet nf the *un. Taaa *aid. 
tour man . made planet was !»* orbit will he heiwcen the 
i the iaunihetl. orbit of the earth and Mara. 

tii*l* T»%« new# agency aatd the Taaa said the new planet 
rocket had soared 372/100 will nor again approach the 
.. r nuke* from earth And wa# con- eaitn fur another five yean. 


ujhg Its flight Into orbit *Mt la offlriaily reported 
.•u'Mi the sun, that the laths set at the 

'With the exhaustion of re- launching of the spare rocket 
irees feeding It. reliable have been carried out." Taaa 
tin mmtiDmrtnmi with said 


Mammoth 
Thrust 
\Sas Used 


The crew dumped It over the rocket ceased on Jan A Soviet artence v 
board to save weight but de at about 10 am Moscow • ruler Kacantsev | 
apite thu the balloon and the lime HI pm. Sunday, PST at tide said the Ruj 
gondola paried ram pan) The Ta»» said, would have Its ov 

gondola was ape. tally de The program of ohaerva and winter Just III 
tijfned by Murtle to aerxe aa a Ilona and scientific inveariga Prof Rons K 
b«<at and brought them the tlon of the rocket has been trading aslrtmomr 


rest nf the way by water. 


Saanich Precedent 


completed.'’ Tai 


Soviet science wtOer Alex- 
ander Kamntsev in a Pravda 
at tide said the Russian rocket 
would have Its own summer 
and winter Just like earth 
Prof Ron# Kuk-irkln. a 
leading astronomer, wrote in 
Pravda that the Soviet* did 
not intend to put their rocket 


• APi A Grivnan missile ex 
pert yesterday estimated that 

• he Soviet cosmic rocket mu*' 
have had a thrust of about 
21X101)00 pounds, lie said Oris 
was aomeihing Die US. will 
only achieve In about a year 

Heinz Hartmann a member 
of the Herman Society for 


HAVANA < AP» PrOVi 
■ional President Manuel Ur- 
rutia took over the presiden- 
tial palace in the heart of 
Havana Monday night and im 
mediately called off an order 
pulling Havana province 
under martial law. 

Urrulla said the earlier proc- ! 


mantlera wa# not netMuir) 

MaJ. t'amlio Ctenfuegoa. the 
provisional government'* army 
and navy ctuef for Havana 
province, had vet a * pm t o 
5 am njrfetf for Havana lie- 
fore Urrutia acted 
The cut few and martial 1 
law proclamation appeared to 
be connected with a dispute 
with, young revolutionary stu- , 
dent* over possession of the 
| pieaidential palace 4t*elf 

For a time a dangerous spilt 
aeemed to be developing be- | 
tween Fidel Castro's 2fith of 
July movement and the young 
i students' movement, but they 
talked It out. 

Urrutia arrived in Havana 
afier flying to Camaguey for 
a talk with Castio, who Is on 


Bruce Hutchinson 
cautions . . . 

il iiib wake 
oic Piklir Sjrn k 
Mil rr iJiuiHierl 




hla w ay to this capital In. a 
triumphal raiavan through the 
prov Im-ea. 

The piuvislonal president 
said Castro had refused to 
accept a < i turret p,.sl He »airl 
tlte teltel chief, who toppled 
the guveinment of President 


l-'ulgmcio Batista after 2 S 
month* of guerrilla fighting 
In eaalernnwMt Orlenle prov- 
ince, would be commander-ln 
chief of the armed tones 
t'rrutia told reporters In 
Camaguey that Castro piefeis 
to watch development* Instead 


..I taking an active post In the 
cabinet 

Castrn’* goal of free elec 
lions In Cuba would be reajlred 
within month* In two years, 
Urrutia said. 

He also said he will not 
allow gambling In Cuba, 




FLYTCA 


♦ MtllllH^ . 


Standing Committee 
S|)lit for '{'win Tasks 

Saanich council la*t night Murphy, chairman; Courts 
split one of It* standing com Austin Nelles and Todd, 
mitieea Into two parts and Health and welfare: Coun. 
created a new .petal com Amalie Worthington chair- 
_ _ ~ . man, ( nun*. Austin and Todd. 


on or around the moon when • s P rtr *’ Research, said he also 
ll was laumhed estimates the initial weight of 

Taaa said the results of the '** Russian rockei was at 
scientific observation* nf the and pn««iMy a* 


rocket would he published as much aa MX) tun* 
they are gradually prore*eed Hartmann «aid he did not 
Kukarkin said the rocket believe the Russians wanted 
has provided data on the to hit the moon hut had In 
moon • radioactivity magnetic tended from the beginning to 
field and geulogiral surface, create t h e first artificial 
but did no) go into detail. planet. 


**late* for 19, >9 


inttlee on Reeve Heorge Chat 


The patkaa and services arx1 gonTda; 


Eleven appointments were 
made to vatloua commissions 


committee wa* split to provide Town Planning Cnmmmmn 

twn Ktmmllten one to con Reeve Chatterton and Omna. . _ . . , . 

* n r ‘ ” fW , rkt and rectea NHIe. and Worthington; Cap. Arthouncemen. of F*qu,m.l- 
cen.rate on park, and n^re. taj pl!| ^ wuncll. new committee mem 

lion and the oilier to handle o»d,«#rton; cemetery 4nd rep'esent. 

Urnis and planning board, j Oliver; (Ireater Vic ,,v " v *^ oua bM,d *' Pom 

Public work* Reeve Chat- .oria civil defence Coun. a**w».tlons ir 

tn ton. chairman: Couna Selte* and Worthington; 1*«. was «na4e l.at night. 
George Austin. Stanley Mur flre*ier Victoria water board. New ipemhet. of standing 


Esq u i mal tNa in os 
Coni in it too Hoods 


lion and the other to handle 
lands and planning. 

Public work* Reeve Chat- 
tel ton. chairman: Couna. 
George Austin. Stanley Mur- 
phy. Charles Nelles snd Leslie 
Pa»»more. 

Parks and recreation: Couna. 
Nelles. Austin and Todd. 

Finance: Coun. Pa**mnre 

chairman; all cou ml Hors mem 
her*. 

Lands and planning: Coun 


Trade 

Talks 


Announcement' of F*qulmalt James Bryant. Juvenile fVten- 
council s new committee mem- turn Home committee; Coun. 
hers and round! repietenta- G. K. Simmon, Victoria Kaqul- 
ttve* on various boaids, com- malt Union Hoaid of Health; 
mltte«** and a*sndallon* In Revve Wurtele. Greater Vic- 


Boffin 


Nelle* and Worthington; m * ,U ‘ '<** (ou " E , ~ 

Greater Victoria water board. New ipemlieta of standing P* ‘ «wta. Hrealer Mctotla 
Reeve Chatterton; Victoria committees ara: ( *lrtrilwt* A a a o c I a 1 1 n it; 

Saamuh hra.-tie. and park* Finance Couna C. A. Fields Couna. Wdllet llokiei and F V, 
committee Reeve Chatterton ichalrmant. Jame* Bryant. F Grraier Vlrtotia etvll 

Couna. Austin. Nelles and V Rush; public works. Couna. defence mntral hoaid 
Worthington; intermunidpal Walter Holder. C. A 1'kelds, (1. Reeve Wurtele and Coun. H 
committee. Reeve Chatterton K Sammon; paths and play ^ .^mmon, G» eater Vidor la 
and Coun Nelles. Royal grounds. Couna. James Bryant, intermunidpal committee; 
Jubilee Hospital board. Coun. Q K Sammon. E. L. De Costa; r,M *ni C. A. Fields, Capital 
Worthington; Greater Victoria fire and lights. Conn* H K, Region Planning Hoard, and 
library hoard. Covin. Nelles: Sammon F V Rush F. L. De Couna C. K Sammon and F V 
Juvenile Dentention Hum Costa; reveried property,. R u * h laltetnattve'. Victoria 
hoard, Covin, Todd, Union Couna F. V. Ru*h, Walter public libtary board. 

Hoard nf Health Couna. Worth- ||n|der. E. L D» Costa 

in g too and Todd. Representatives on various . 

Council derided to ask T J other hoards and committees: 

O’Neill If he will represent Ihe Couna James Bryant. Esqul • Y*. 

munu tpallts on the Greater malt police romme-oon Reeve Ul 

Victoria Celebrations Aaaoda W’urtele Royal Jubilee Hoa IB 

pital hoaid of directors; • oun 


Ru*h. Greater Victoria etvll 
defence runttol b«Mtd 

Reeve Wurtele and Coun. G. 
K .Sammon, Hieatei Vldoi ia 


libtary board. 


Royal (.ontminnioner Refmrt» 


OTTAWA 'CP* Canada 
Mnnita* night was reported 1 A A ■ ^ ■ 1 | 

B.L fruit Industry s. 

nornic development* with a * 

view to healing the trade split _ _ ^ # ^ 

between Frame ami Hi Ham I VI I I I ■ _ a 

, v In Keal Distress + 


2. Thera should be Immedl 
ate emetgenr>‘ grants to en 
able farmers •*» retiaNlltate 


ran t*shlnet mlnlsteni launched 

\ik'r.nm r riiv'!.."L.7i.TiT l v * "i" 1 

„„ m.* .n „ 

sperlflrally on devek.pment. Into the B.C fruit flowing In orrh . rd . , uffl , nn|e fn>rT 

in Ku rope - du*try says there is real dls a disastrous freering spell li 

> ' ,4lr ' ,r,4f ' ** tre*a'*. among fruit growers in IfVV 

arid Agriculture s e e r e i a r y ' 

Rcnson were unable tn attend Okanagan, and both fed 3 There are too many part 
be< suae of medical reasons, eral and provincial govern- ,,, ™ , J™!! growers in BC. 

Canada was reported to have menu should help. with too^small acreages whlrt 

been asked by. Britain at the An RHVpage report by Dean r " nf >ot provide enough In 
December NATO council meet E. D. MacPher nf the Uni w>m# 

Ing in Paris to use Its good veralty of British Columbia 4 T** fruit market, i 
office* in urging th# U.S to was released here Monday. highly competitive one. la con 

concentrate mocc attention nn It reported: tractlng. 

Fur ope and particularly the 1 Their «hou|d he revision* ^MHiaaaaMesena ■ 
common market In the Canadian Faivn Loan J 


4^1 

jL 


offices In urging the US to 
concentrate mocc attention on 
Europe and particularly the 
common market. 


Iu*try says ihere is Teal dla a diwaatroua freezing spell In 
reaa‘' v among fruit grower* in 1955. 

he Okanagan, and both fed 3 There are too many part- 
■ral and provincial govern- , ,,m,, I™ll growers in R.C.. 
nent# should help. * ,,h *oo*niall acreages which 

An SKVpage report by Dean r,nw, l provide enough In- 
£. D. MacPher nf the Uni 

enrtty of Rrltlah Columbia 4 f r u 1 1 market, a 

vaa released here Monday. highly competitive one. la con 
It reported: Hurting. 


E xport A 

4JU/T17T> 

CIGARETTES 


Apparently Britain would Act to make possible long 


like te 


try to In- term loans for fruit growers. 


BEAI TIM lj THINGS NEED NOT 
BE COSILY 


r uence France to adopt a more partlcirlarly fhoee who want 
omdllatory attitude toward* tq make fruit production a 


Britain. 


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A Compromise Likel> 




W anhingion Anglo 

Economic 

Missiles 

. By DAMII I.AMKEM B 

P EOPLE mmrilmti complaip that 
the run ot the new* In the world 
la pessimistic or unfavorable and that 
certainly Ihirti^ 
mult bo some good Wl 
newt somewhere J 
At the year * end | 
there was new* of a j 
de« ideally encourag- j 
Ing nature, but tt J 


T HE «lr transport board is now 
writing its report for the gov- 
ernment on the bid of CPA to 
some of the service* now held in 
monopoly by TCA. The hearings on 
the subject were long, controversial, 
but nevertheless comprehensive. The 
board was left in no doubt as tp tha 
views of both air lines on the sub- 
ject. Naturally TCA fought any en- 
croachment on its preserves tooth 
and nail 

The board’s report will be. ready 
shortly for presentation to the gov- 
ernment. Some hint of it* ^ >n,e J l1 ' 
may be Indicated in a new* dispatch 
which quotes a source said to have 
seen a preliminary draft as saying 
that neither CPA nor Tl A will like 

the recommendations. This implies 

the board will play it safe by taking 
the line of compromise. It suggests 
that the TCA monopoly may he 
broken, but that CPA by no means 
will get all it asked for. 

This seems Ukely enough. The 
argument* pro and con were so 
diametrically opposed that the board 
mav well conclude the answer to the 
problem lies somew here in the middle. 
It is not probable that the board 


would throw all TCA's domestic and 
trans-Atlantic services open to com- 
petition. It may be of opinion how- 
ever that a little competition would 
be a good thing, and recommend 
that CPA should be allowed entry 
into some of the present TCA route*. 

Something of this sort would be 
typical of a board which after all 
sits Judicially to harmonize argument 
and dispute TCA would not like 
any intrusion into Us domain, how- 
ever slight, but it cannot expect to 
uold its advantage for ever Even 
if disappointed with a curtailment or 
its desires, CPA on the other hand 
doubtless would be glad to get a foot 
in the TCA door. Once ^tabUshed 

In direct competition with TC A it 

might feel this area of rivalry’ could 
be enlarged a* time went an 

It will be for the government to 
make the tinal decision, of course, 
but this is one matter that «»nnot 
be put in a pigeonhole. The growth 
of air transportation and the com- 
peting claims of both these major air- 
lines require that a ck^iinite pohe-y 
set for future operations. H »* haM 
to see. also, how IVA can be left 
on the outside, as It i* now. 






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The ugly duckling 


a , • A 1 3 Gerald W aring 

Reports from Ottawa 

... nhhittM and King*. A ..... 


to the average 
reader because 11 
happen* to concern 
the complexities of International 

finance. 

When, a* mi grade effective !a*t 
week the British pound sterling is 
freed from some of the restriction* 
by which It la exchanged with fhe 
currencies of many of the countries 
of Western Europe as well a* with 
the United States and Canada, tt is 
an event of transcendent importance. 

When also, as was announced about 
the same time, the World Bank and 
the International monetary fund to- 
gether tnciease their lendable funds 
b> Il5.000.dun, ooo. If* like launching 
a powerful missile on the economic 
front of the "cold war.” 

Not only does all this mean in- 
rreased opportunities for exports and 
Imports all around, hut the very fart 
that several nations In Europe are to 
come together In what ta called « 
“common market" to reduce trade 
barriers and tariffs Is In itself a mile- 
stone on the road of recovery from 
the effects of the Second World War. 


Escaping the Atmosphere 


R USSIAN rocket engineers «re en- 
titled to full credit for launching 
the first artificial body to escape the 
earth’s atmosphere In fact. The re- 
port* radioed from “Lunik." ceasing 
now that the rocket head is some 
.TO.000 miles distant in space, should 
provide unique data on the composi- 
tion of the ionosphere, radiation., 
temperature and other teenrdx or ex- 
press interest to scientist* of the 
Geophysical Year. The feat also 
demonstrates the fact that Russia 
has learned how to handle n four- 
stage rocket with an impressive pay- 
load. Beyond that current con- 
jecture* have somewhat levs mean- 
ing. and much time may elapse be- 
fore the gain and los* in the ventui* 
can be fully balanced. 


"Lunik” did not land on the 
moon, or orbit the earth’s natural 
satellite. However it has travelled 
farther into space than any earth- 
sent body has gone before And no 
doubt it is still travelling aUhough 
proof of that fact would he difficult 
to produce It is idle, however, to 
talk of a body of this size becoming 
a planet of the sun. or even a 
planetoid. In the scale of cosmic * 
dimensions. "Lunik” would rate 
relatively as a grain of dust, one 
more speck In the field which is still * 
within the confines of the suns in- 
fluence There is enough in the ex- 
periment. however, to stand on its 
own merit* a* a distinguished suc- 
re**: while the stage by stage irport 
* from the record of the first atmos- 
pheric escape should prove invaluable. 


- . , of shoes— and ships — and seal- 
ing wax — of cabbages and kings." 

By TOM TAY IX>B 

a s 1* written Russia s latest 
A space rocket la pacing the moon 




Hazards on Snowy Streets 


W/HEN weather like yesterday’s 
VV corri ^ a iong It Is customary to 
appeal to motorists to drive carefully, 
but pedestrians too need some 
cautionary advice Some of them do 
not seem to understand the difficul- 
ties experienced by a driver in con- 
trolling his car on a slippery road 
surface. A motorist procejdh^with 
the utmost care and • ltent,on * 
liable to find himaelf unable to stop 
suddenly if ■ pedestrian dashw «ut 
In front of him. A pedestrian * rights 
accorded by law are not worth much 
if exercised under conditions of snow 
and ice in such a way as to demand 
the impossible of vehicular traffic. 

Children should not attempt to 
ride bicycles on the roadway In this 


tort of weather, and parents who 
allow them to do so should have their 
heads examined. Bicycles are virtu- 
ally useless in Voom* snow and worse 
than useless on a packed and slippery 
surface, as many riders found out 
yesterday. Cyclists under present 
conditions are not only much safer 
afoot but likely to reach their des- 
tinations Just as quickly. Yesterday 
with the reopening of schools tneie 
were children on bicycles all over the 
place, right out on the vehicle road- 
wav lurching and wobbling in the 
path of cars, buses and trucks whose 
drivers were having troubles ewwigh 
of their own. One wonders what 
their parents could have been think- 
ing of to allow young children to 
take such risks. 


and is bead*! for the sun. which 
seems a pity. No- 
body lives on the 
sun. *ti* fair to v*y. 
■I < wheieas for long 

lit been rumored 

■ - - W there's * man In 

■ j Jm the moon, ga/ing 

down benevolently 

according 

front view, the hack being hidden to 
dale although one of these days some 
one wilt blueprint it also 

On# wishes they would hurry up 
about It. the suspense la growing 
acute 

Wouldn't It be fun. though, or 
aomethlng anyway, if there were a 
man In tha moon after all. a lot of 
men Perhaps there are Perhaps 
they warded off the Soviet rocket, 
not wanting any visitors. The other 
night 1 saw the end of a television 
film about a messenger from above, 
come down to earth to give us some 
good advice rejected, naturally but 
whether he came from Venus or Mars 
or the Moon I didn’t catch. He look 
on our physical form **> he would b# 
understood, but even that gracious 
gesture didn't help him. 



T HE season for th# diplomatic 
cocktail party is now t at Its height 
In your capital city, and I beg leave 
to report that there . 
appeal* to be a rec 
ord flow of sptrtta 
at the lax free price 
of about 51 a bottle. 

Some frown dis- 
approvingly upon 
this kind of compul- 
sive. social drink- 
ing. For example. 

Dave Sim. the dep 
uty minister of customs and excise. 
He geta little enjoyment out of drink- 
ing liquor that ha* had no tax paid 

on It. c * 

But at the other extrema ther* ar# 
those to whom diplomatic cocktails 
are not Just a way 6 of Ilf*: they ar# 
a meant of life. 

I know one habitue who garners 
hi* principal austenance at cocktail 
buffets. I gtv# him wide berth He 
damn near took my hand off at th# 
Russian embassy last Glorious Oc- 
tober Socialist Revolution day Hap- 
pened this way: 

He and 1 were on opposite sides of 
a table attacking a cold turkey when 
without warning all the lights went 
out A* I Tearhed in the dark for a 
piece of hi east, the sharp edge of a 
knife sill tiered across the back of my 
hSTvi Only my quick reflexes saved 
my thumb from doubling as a drum- 
stick. 


asks to see your invitation when you 
present yourself at a diplomat's door. 
All you need ta knowledge of when 
and where The parly » taking plero, 
a plausible presence, and th# nerve to 
walk in. 

I know one chap #he crashed 
Government House party for th# 
Queen and Prince Philip He drove 
Into the ground* unchallenged, 
parked hi* car. walked to the door 
and entered mumbling to the Mount!# 
who opened It for him that “My 
wile's already gone in.” 


Spontaneous Gesture 


J-pHE naming of Hon. Frank Ro«. 

1 Lieutenant-Governor of British 
Columbia as a Freeman of the City 
of Victoria at the first council meet- 
ing of the new year was a happy 
and spontaneous gesture Hto Honor 
during the whole of his tenure at 
Government House up to the f p, £*Tl 
moment has proved himself to 
one of the kindliest and iMert ***** 
Victoria has ever known. That can be 


Interpreting the ISews 


said of Mr*. Rosa In equal measure. 

Victoria, tha*. I* honoring itself by 

its choice. ^ . . . 

His Honor Join* the roster signed 

in the first instance by former Gov- 
ernor-General WUlingdon. It in- 
cluded another esteemed citizen in 
the late Robert Pirn Butrhart. The 
citv’s authority to name Freemen 
was granted by special atatute. Vic- 
toria's Freemen have the right to 
vote, without residence. 


Space visitors In re\#rse l* a 
notion that doesn't appeal to our 
pragmatic mind*, of course, albeit 
one could be aware that science ftc 
tlon ha* been, too prophetic for rqua 
nimily. But nevertheless the man in 
the moon and hi* family may be quite 
benevolent Individuals, exceeding even 
our own imagined good nature They 
can scarcely be more militant ly 
inquisitive. Nor can It escape them, 
supposing they think like we do. that 
these cosmic rocket* and earth satel- 
lite*. now doing a oneway shut! I# 
on a regular schedule, are not geo- 
physical experimanta in the Interest 
of unadulterated science. They can 
carry warheads. 

Pity perhaps w# don t shoot for 
Mars; If mythology has any vindica- 
tion we might get the kind of re»ep- 
tion that would leach us to stay home. 


It 1* actually quite possible to do 
very well In the food and liquor line 
on a weekly expenditure that would 
confound any budget wise housewife. 
You «»-e. h i a rare Hay when one or 
another of the JO foreign m»a*lona 
here, or atm* branch of these mis- 
sion*. I* not entertaining somewhere 
In the capital. 

Freeloader* will go to extraordinary 
length* io get on diplomatic Invita- 
tion Usit and tha real professionals 
among them are not stopped by lark 
of invitations. Actually nobody ever 

The Packnack 


ln spite of hois d oeuvres, canapes 
and diplomatic Scoich. your standard- 
grade duty variety cocktail party 
quickly become* an awful bore It la 
usually too rrowded, noisy with the 
yatter of too many high pitched voices 
within too small a space, and eye- 
smarting with fhe eddying smoke of 
foreign and domestic tobacco*. You 
get trapped In a corner, with your 
glass empty, by tiresome and tireless 
talkers. Your hack ache* but there's 
no place lo alt down You can’t pro- 
nounce. never mind remember the 
names of matiy you meet, and so 
when your wife comes along, resent- 
ful at having being deaerted. you 
can't introduce her properly. 

But to newsmen these parties are 
useful foe' making contact* and pick- 
ing up story tip*. It was as the result 
of a cocktail encounter that 1 broke 
the story' on the army's new trans- 
port plane, the Caribou And that 
bring* me to the kind of party I abom- 
inate when a diplomat decide* to en- 
tertain the pres* en maw. You ac- 
cept the invitation In all innocence, 
expecting to meet some Interesting 
person* and perhaps make some pro- 
fessionally valuable contact* #r pick 
up a hot tip. However, all voi^ meet 
are your colleague* and competitors, 
among whom you've been working all 
day long. 

And of course none of these parties 
are actually cocktail parties at all. 
Everybody drinks highball*. 


The western European nations now 
fee| strong enough to pcomot# what 
ultimately will become a singl# 
economic unit patterned after ’ho 
United State* The idea of a “United 
Stairs of Europe" has long been ad- 
vocated aa one way to atrengthen thq 
economy of smaller countries which 
cannot go It alone • 

The biggest significance, therefor#, 
attaches to the fact that western 
Europe Is able now to Initiate econ- 
omic and currency reform*. Thl# 
repiesents a triumph for those offi- 
cial* in th# Truman and Eisenhower 
administration* and those members 
of both parties in Congress who hsv# . 
Insisted ever since Ihe close of th# 
last war that Euro pe co uld he put on 
her feet only through continued aid 
by the United States, symbolised by 
the Marshall Plan of 1MT. 

The policy has proved turceaafuL 
Those of us who remember the fallur# 
of the United States after th# Ftrat 
World W v to recognize that the seed# 
of a future war were being sown in 
the economic and financial chao# 
that enveloped central and western 
Europe now see a point of view vindi- 
cated a.* e* 'entail step* are being 
taken to prevent a third world war. 


Too Much Dignity 


H> (.KM.OKY CLARK 


O NE ot the irksome things for u* 
onlookers In this vast atruggl# 


Year of Sudden Upsets 


By DAVID ROWNTRKB 
< anadlan Preaa SUff Writer 


dawn of a new- era for Fianc# 

1 waa on# of lW« biggest new. 
•tort#*. Elsewhere a new P°P* 
alerted, the Western world pulled through 
s lough business recession and live col 
war with the Communist bloc continued. 

The year also revived memories" r 
troop movement* In the Middle 
East and the execution of brave men 
\r Hungary who hail defied Russia 

April 16 marked the dale that th# 
Stench drama began Kell* GMIM £ 
signed a* premiei and frustration* built 
“p in the year, since the war were «ud- 
rtJnlv released Army officers and dis- 
mantled colon!* I* defied ^ JEKSTSS 
in Paris and aetied power in Algeria May 

13 In p-.l Kr»nch politic! ori«c Chortc 
a. C.sulle was often mentioned a* the 

he had resigned *• premier. d.«- 
gusted with political Intrigue and si l but 

rW TO. , 'tto- P *''h '’h- At*" ™ T0l “- 


t lone ties unchecked and Corsica, 'he 
Island home of Napoleon, also »n rebel 
lion the general let It he known he would 
rnme back aa premier If the deputies in 
the National Assembly wanted him 
They did. D# Gaulle was gr Anted al- 
most dictatorial power# a* the country * 
26th postwar premier He ended tne 
Fourth Republic, created the fifth and 
•even month, later an election gav# him 
an assembly heavily weighted In hi* 

a solution had attll to be found to 
the five-year war for Independence by 
Moslem Algerian* th# core of France’* 

malady. . , , 

The world-# political leader* *1*9 
sought lo find solutions to other trouht# 

spots. 

Shooting flared again between the Na- 
tionalist and Communist Chinese over the 
control of the Quern ay and Matau island* 
near the mainland coa#t. On Cyprus. Bri 
tain seemed further away than ever from 
a future plan for th# Gr##k and Turkiah 
Cypriot people*. 


It must he very' upset ting to poet#, 
at least, ail tht* moon shooting busi- 
ness; for If #ver the moon becomes 
Just a stopover for *pa« ^.trpvellera. 
poesy will he robbed of a favorite 
subject. Keats loved th# moon; tt 
moved hi* heart, potently. It was a 
ghostly galleon to Noyes, hut • 
beautiful phantom to Walt Whitman. 
Emerson likened ihe moon to an 
archangel. Blake to a flower, and. 
the man In the moon having a day 
off. I suppose. Shakespeaie spoke 
of hi# guidwlfe a* the mistress of 
true melancholy. 

Only Byron. I *ee. had a different 
Idea; he concluded iher# waa a^devtl 
In the moon for mischief Peihap# 
he had second sight. W# should soon 
know 

Coming bark to earth from these 
airy flights one Is struck with an 
Intriguing thought. Assuming Russia • 
Is first to put an earthman on the 
moon, which seem* Ukely. undouM- 
edly he will holat Ihe hammer and 
sickle and take possession In the 
name of Moarww ther# being ample 
earthly precedent for auch action. 
Will Russia thereafter declare lhat 
any Western rocket or moon expedi- 
tion I# #n Invasion of Soviet terri- 
tory? 

And If ao, what happens? % 


-M 


onlookers In this vast struggle 
ihat la going on amongst the world 
powers l# the ^a^*"** 
fuddy -duddy w a y I f 
of expressing them- W ^ 

selves that our f. ^ 
leader* employ In L ^ | 

contrast lo the | ^ ''' 

hard, clear, often JjM 

witty, usually sly ‘v -Ser* 
but always Incisive * * i 

atyle of expression p J 
employed by Khru- 
shchev and hi* buddies 

Since Churchill's retirement from 
the public acene we haven't had a 
phrase maker Not one of our boy* 
Is capable of a punch Una. 

Dulles, who does moat of the talk 
Ing on our side, splutter#, whuff*, 
deplore* and regret*. MacMillan, from 


under his moustache. I* careful not 
to make a headline President Elsen- 
hower always seem* to grope fur hi* 
words De Gaulle puts his faith in 
sonority. Ther# isn’t a wisecrack*! on 
Ihe entire team. And there have 
been a hundred occasion* In the past 
two years when one good wisecrack 
would have been worth ten intercon- 
tinental missile*. 

It wax ChurrfUll who said that no 
man adds to hl» stature by standing 
on hi* dignity. Whether It is dig 
nity. studied respectability In the tac# 
of Russian rudeness, or Just plain In- 
ability to utter those phrase* which 
Inspire Instant cheers, whatever *11* 
our leader* leave* th# field open to a 
demagogue. 

Right now. we are In dire peril from 
■nme Tied Piper who might come 
along. 


Strengthening the economy of west- 
ern Europe ha* far more than Just 
material Implication*. It means that 
the bulwark against a third world war 
has been strengthened. 

History marks out clearly Ihe turn- 
ing points in the economic progress 
of Ihe world, and one of the sur# 
aigns of improvement is when cur- 
rencies are stabilize^) so that ex- 
changes of good* are easier to accom- 
plish. What has Just happened in 
Europe afferts not only France, which 
has strengthened her monetary unit 
— the franc but Great Britain West 
Germany. Italy. Belgium. The Nether- 
lands. Luxembourg. Denmark. Nnb 
way. Sweden and Switzerland. 

On top of all this comes the Wash- 
ington announcement that the World 
Bank and the International monetary 
fund have provided an additional but- 
tressing of European curren« lex af 
well as those of Latin America an«f 
other countries In the free world. In- 
vestors everywhere will now furnish 
mbre billions aa they buy the bond# 
of private projects, knowing that th# 
various governments have established 
through the World Bank the avaJIaMa 
resources to guarantee the ultimate, 
payment of such private loans. 




The aroma of frying bacon, aays * 
columnist, will get almost any hus- 
band out of bed On the other hand 
It is the aroma of burning bacon that 
Induces a wife lo get out of bed and 
lake over. 

* ♦ * 

With a popcorn eater on each #id# of 
h#h. a movie goer report* something 
new; stereophonic crunching. 


After several minute* of futile 
stabbing at the keyhole, . a tipsy 
husband found the dom opened for 
him by hi* glaring wife 
"Aw, honey, don't he mad.” he 
mumbled "Some of Ihe hoy# #t th# 
of fir# (tended to h#ve a contest to see 
who could drink th# mote " 

"Very Interesting.” said hia wtf# 
oddly. “Who won second jria#?” 


Best of all. the Soviet Union Is put 
on notice that she must do something 
for her satellites or else fare the In- 
trust Beat ton of pressures within East 
Germany. Poland, Hungary, Czecho- 
slovakia, Rumania a iVd Bulgaria. 
Tlvc-c countries will booms restive 
as they see their neighbor* - - also 
small countries thriving in th# new 
economic era 

If there Is uneasiness In the satellite 
countries, it will be reflected Insld# 
the Soviet Union. 

To sum up. Western Europe I# to- 
day on a firmer economic basis than 
at #ny time si n e# the end of the war 
in 1945. and become# ■ stronger com- 
petitor tn world trade than *t any 
time since 1939 American capital will 
build more plant# and make more 
Investments in western Europe Th# 
effect of all Ihl* on the Middle East, 
on Soul he* ti Avia and on Japan and 
the Far East will slowly but surely 
he felt In thoee areas because they 
ate inter • related with western 
Europe's currencies. If Is more tm 
poriani than ever that the United 
States maintain a balanced budget 
and a *tahill/ed dollar. The new* on 
th# whole Is decidedly encouraging 
tor tbo people of th* fre# world. 


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Pay Lets 

CAPITAL 
IRON & 
METALS 


I hr Haturdav Ftrniwtf 


UOSI 


Mmur) M». WW - /t' 


8«tli| if nlmilfft Victoria, I.C, T*#*.. Jaa 9. 1959 


Natives Start Freedom Fight 


Letters to the Editor 


OTTAWA U P> — Sharply 
lower price* for a number 
of ftMMl* shaved the ron- 
turner price Index one tenth 
of a point In November to 
116.2 on Dec. I fro«n the 
record l!(.S on Nov. I. 


Food for the Needy 


The committee of the Surplus Food Stall wishes ainceiely 
to thank alt citizens of Greater Victoria who have contributed 
so generously during 1&58. We were enahled to hold a sue- 
censful stall once each month during the >eai and provided 
hampers for J00 families, reaching a peak of 283 families 
for the December stall The donations of food have helped 
tremendnuiiy and the generous conti (buttons of money have 
made It possible lo buy meat, margarine and vegetables when 
needed; also candy 


recently formed a political 
party demanding immediate 
indapendenre Approximately 
600.000 Abekas live In the 
region. 

Several of the A b a k o 
leaders were reported to have 
visited Cairo recently. Cairo 
radio broadcasts have been 
urging the Abakos to "rid 


* LEOPOLDVILLE. Belgian 
Congo tllPH- Troops opened 
fire on charging native mobs 
yesterday In new noting by 
A b a k o Congolese agitating 
for independence from Bel 
glum. The governor general 
declared a “state of alert." 

Eleven Congolese writ re- 


lug two Catholic missionaries 
and two police commissioners. 

Paratrooper reinforcements 
were being flown in. 

The European quarter of 
the dty remained quiet. In the 
African quarter, residents 
were Ignoring a government 
ban on gatherings of more 
than five persons. 


native mobs sacked and 
burned their shops. Many 
asked to be repatriated to 
Portuguese Angola on the 
southern Congo border. 

Troop* and police guarded 
roads connecting the Congo 
lese and European quarters 
while patrols filed through 


If You re TIRED 
ALL THE TIME 


l» «linf . and ka 
l— u— «•«< h t- *..' *n* 

i*f cm(, i**»i a taMtarar? 

< •nZiiiwi . »u«(l b» w mart W d tabaa ar 

U«U»> Aftalwl TW* iKa t.a- •# 
laha DaM a P.U. DU*. K,l„ 

Iti—lala Ik* kKlnara la (•!»•«• tkw 
.•niilton wWh nt *IU«i uu* b»-h- 
»fk* «U t»*4 •••ling TW* ?»u Ual 
baiter, real W**, varb ba«ar Cat 
I)mM • k.dner rut. rs.. Laab lar iba 
blua bat »>th tba rU baaU .1 all Uru* 
caMMlaia. Van can UapanU as DaUU .. ao 


oranges, chicken and roasts for Christ 


' rioting In the African quarter 
of the dty. At least SO other 
persons. 12 of them Euro- 
l peans. were Injured. Includ 


were arrested 

The Abakos are natives 

from the lower Congo who 
have come north to work and 


master*.'* 

Some 80 Portuguese tracts 
and their families took refuge 
In their consulate heie after 


erlngs 


The outlook for 1930 la grim from the point of view of 
the number of family units needing assistance. However, we 
have complete faith In the generoaity of fYie people of Greater 
Victoria and know that we will be able to continue to supply 
hampers once a month to those whom the Family Walfar# 
•ends to us. 

< Mrs. E E» ALICE C. HARPER. 

Coordinator. 

I Mrs. I RENA PATEN AUDE. 

• Mrs! LENA DUNCAN. 

(Mrs » ESTHER NIELSEN. 

EDWARD E HARPER. ' 


CHESTER DOWMAN 
. . . few other changes 


esTMCNTs to n uoant* 

MO PAYMXMTS Ttt PKS 

„ TELMAC 

SMALL CARS 


Royal Oak Burial Park 
hoard: Aldermen Proudfoot. 

Mooney and McEwen. 

Queen Alexandra Solatium: 
Aid Dowell 

St. Joseph's Hospital: G. F. 
Dunn. 

Victoria Saanich beaches 
and parks committee: Aider- 


men Mooney. Proudfoot. Ram 
say and McEwen. 

Voters' list court of revision: 
Mayor Scurrah and Aldermen 
Ramsay and Proudfoot. 

Greater Victoria water 
board: Mayor Scurrah and 

Aldermen Curtla. Mooney a*nd 
Dowell. 


* Seagram’s V.O. * 


Petition Promoter x 

In a small Prairie town, there came up a proposition 
to convert a large unoccupied home Into a hospital Imme 
dutaly. residents In that section of the town ardently op 
posed the plan because they did not want the undertaker's 
wagnn calling around there for bodies of deceased patient*. 

Since that time. I have observed that practically every 
suggestion about establishing a new enterprise Is the 
signal for petition promoter* tn the area affected to solicit 
signatures In opposition to ihe proposition. The protect 
may he good for the community at large -but they don t 
want It in their bark yard. 

So whether It be a race track or a wild animal too. 
a street lighting plan or a oewer by law that will boost 
taxe*. an amalgamation plan or a temporary prison site, 
the mere mention of tha thing Is like the clang of the 
alarm bell to the old fire truck horses. The petition pro- 
moters snort and reach for their pens to pan ihe proposi- 
tion. 

While one should not question the sincerity of petl 
tlon signer*. It would be reassuring If those same patties 
were found taking a more prominent part In civic affairs 
st other times than when tha status quo is threatened by 
tome new development 

DAVID L. GREENfc 

33 Camden Avenue. 


Other commissioners are 
the mayor and William J. 
Hamilton. 

The thiee main council com- 
mittees were left unaltered: 
finance, headed by Aid. Arthur 
Dowell and including the 
mayor and Aid. Austin Curtla; 
public works headed by Aid. 
Geoffrey Edgelow and Includ- 
ing Aldermen Hugh Ramsay 
and Elmer McEwen: and parks, 
headed by Aid. M H. Mooney 
and including Aldermen Mrs. 
Lily Wilson and D. J. Proud 
foot. 

Other appointments: 

Acting mayor 


A. L. Ames & t o. 

IJsiKei 

liuoumtni Soeuriri** 

loyal Treat Building • 612 Vmw Su**l. Yirtara, B.C. 
Tdepbooa: Empm 2-4171 

i<es M>ptu *«•»«•« • iixito. ms wmivvii 


Tho odvortiiomoct h not pubtivhad or displayed by the 
liquor Control board or by the Gov a mm ant of British Coiumbl* 


Aid Dowell. I 
Advisory planning com mi* 
aion: Aldermen Curtla. Mooney 
and Wilson, and James Gffrge. 

Victoria athletic commit- 
auon Douglas Fletcher. Di J. 
G. Patterson. Dr. B. KJekstad. 

B.C. aviation council: Capt. 
Burges Gadsden. 

Business tax court of re- 
vision: Aldermen Dowell. Edge- 
low CUrtia. Proudfoot and 
McEwen • 

Building appeal board: 
Mayor Scurrah and Aldermen 
Ramsay and Dowell. 

, Capital Improvement DU- 
trlct Commission: Mayor Scur- 
rah and Aid Dowell. 

Greater Victoria Celebrations 
Association: Aldermen Edge- 
low and Proudfoot 
Capital Region Planning 
Board: Aid. Mooney. 

Civil Defence Control Board: 


4 Shrill kins Dollar 


far/ci± 


.Walter B Keehle Colonist Jan 41 would h# interested 
to know that tn Palo Alto. Calif . a much smaller place than 
Victoria, dialing a certain robot number ‘brings the time 

Regarding hla next five resolutions; they represent an 
effort to overcome Inflation, the current trend and finally a 
moral issue. We can expect little change until this ‘* 
recognized 

People as a whole are unable to realire Individual 
responsibility relative to Inflation. Increased pi ires add to 
dollar depression increased wages to depreciation of fixed 
Income* A process which can go on indefinitely at the ex 
pense of a shrinking dollar. 

When the last drop of blond has been extracted and 

the dollar hung up to dry. we shall begin tn shed tear* for Mayor Scurrah and Aldermen 
Its revaluation. Is In France and many other countries Curtis. McEwen and WAwn 

Mr Keehle's letter I* one means of drawing attention to Community Welfare Council: 
our plight: the dollar reflecting our material blood pressure Aid Mrs. Wilson. 

In a national sense. Gorge Road Hospital: Alfred 

ALAN LESLIE GREIG. 


1141 Fort Street 


Council llrieft 


passenger 
report on 
jet flight 
to Europe 


You've heard how much 
faster, safer, more lux- 
urious jet travel is Now 
in this week s >alurdav 
Evening Poet mu’ll read 
an exclusive report of 
what passenger* them- 
aeivea say shout |Ct Right 
You'll feel their awe as 
thev hoard a plane huge 
as art ocean liner. Share 
their excitement a* they 
tale nfl St 2.000 feet a 
minute. (.earn what jets 
mean to their business 
affaire and pleasure*. 

And you'd get answer* 
to vour own question* 
about jet flight, la it tir- 
ing? How's the food.' I* 
the flight so smooth mu 
ran balance a coin on a 
table? So quiet you can't 
hear the engines? 

Don’t miss this first- 
hand report by a Post 
editor, who takes you 
step b» step on a jet flight 
to Europe. 

Cashed, 

bashed, mashed — 
he’s still hockey’s 
best player! 

Ills front teeth have 
►-«" k-orked out. Roth 
knee* hav* been oper- 
a .a ui*. ties broken his 
wri»t. torn his rib car- 
tilages. His far* has 
been sewn an often If* 
tough to gel a needle 
through But here's the 
Inspiring story of how 
Gordie llnw e right wing 
of the Draw Red 
Wings, keep* playing 
one of hockey'* great- 
est games a* a “War 
* f •• 


PACTFH INLET 

The Columbia River eatuary 
on the US. Pacific roast (• 
35 miles long with maximum 
width of seven miles. 


KEEP 
YOUR EYE 
ON “ CAPITAL - 
IOR UNUSUAL 
SAP INCS 


City Comptroller Dennis 
Young told cotindl the only 
changes m fees In the pro- 
posed new bylaw were for 
architects and engineer* who 
would come up to the level of 
aome other* professionals al 
• 109 a year, and for window 
cleaners and chimney vveeps 
who would have to pay f3 
per enployce over the exist; 
ing fee of S10 a year. 


NEW modern 

TOILETS 


Aid. Mr*. Lily Wilson, oP 
jecting to council power to 
deny a licence to or revoke 
the licence of an “unnatural- 
ized alien,'* said she wouldn't 
mind if It referred only to 
•uch person* In Canada more 
than five years, the time 
needed to gain citizenship. 

The dty comptroller pointed 


For fifty years, the top woollen mills of England, continental Europe and Canada have supplied 
TIP TOP Tailors with the finest quality fabrics available. Unique and painstaking tailoring technique* 
at TIP TOP convert these fabrics into the finest tailored-to-measure and ready-to-wear suits 
in Canada. With your next purchase of a TIP TOP tailoredslo-measure suit, you'll 
have the satisfaction of knowing that over 105 TIP TOP specialists contributed to its tailoring. 

For example, one man's task is to sew jilbdiktren stitches in your coat lapel, 

yet he is one of our most highly skilled tailors. 

As we st TIP TOP begin our second half century of serv ice to Canadians, we re-dedicatq 
ourselves to the high quality standards set down foe us fifty years ago. 


New modern styling 
in quality vitreous 
china. Combination in 
eludes seat, recessed 
tank, close roupled 
wash down closet 


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Complete Vancouver Trading Rail Stocks 


Today '* Dollar 


Gunnar Boosts Dividend 




4k*S hOMI OnU 

1 * 0 * Pr»iBl*r M 

1404 !»*'• Cv#mfc 
!*ort T «»l«r Brkalo# 
«M0 Troian Coe. 

MM> VMUID ll 


three dry In Prince 

Edward inland 

Imperial drilled 133 Wells 
In wealern Canada before II 
struck oil at Leduc. Its Mar- 
Itlmea patience Should be far 
from exhaustion 


American Aluminum Co and gnrt Its fli*t president will he 
Cochran Foil Co., also sub* A. P. Cochran, president and 
stdunrs founder of Cochran Folio. 

ft will be the fourth largest which Anaconda acquired last 
aluminum firm in the US. year. 


n> ii \ tun young 

( olmiM Biolnra* Mltor 

Gunnar Minr* Ltd.. Canada’s 
first big uranium company to 
pay a dividend, announced 
Monday that It will pay $1 30 
this year to It* shareholders. 

The dividend* will he made 


(losing Averages 


NEW YORK IUPH 
Strength In top ranking Indui 


BUSINESS TRIP OK PLEAS! KE MI NT- 
STAY AT 


trials and activity in low 


PAINTEIFS LODGE 


IM North On I SO 
i«» Ok.om#*s T»i 
lit Pa«*l) ai«»r 
mm rr»jrt. ruM ■ 
:■>* iuii r ut i n h a 

l« TV COS f'M 
IIS Tr Mid ftp* 

im wmi Cop 
ios w a 

Hi Smu«(i4 i 
tH Pa mla 


ti*» higher slock market. 

Industrials were able to 
144 scale new highs for the sixth 
*ij ‘ straight session with several 
of the ranking favorites up 1 
las to 3 points. 

* Railroad shares stood out in 
the list ol strong spots near 
closing time. Their average 
reached a new high since Nov. 
l 5. 1936 Gains of more than a 
jj point come into Atlantic Coast 
Line. Illinois Central. Chess 
ias peake A Ohio. New York On 
«. tral. and Southern Railway 

Kerr McGee alone stood out 
*£ with a good gain in the oila. 
u ’ Some of the aircrafts moved 
{££ higher. 

« Oil* Moke i.atns 

«g TORONTO <CP l- Western 
»J>s oils shot forward drawing the 
m-. rr * 1 °f the stock market In 
»'* Its wake In active iradTng. 

Speculation that United 
“I* States restrictions on the Im 
t * poit of Canadian oil would be 
eaaed boosterT almost every 
*t» western oil and several pipe- 
*•** lines 

JJ S Trans Mountain Pipe Line 
m . was tha most active Indus 
trial, rising \ 13 '* on 21.795 
**« shaies 

5* In western oils Dome 
*• gained one at I2‘* and Cal- 
, gary and Edmonton was up 
% at 30. Canadian Husky and 
Prmhtna each added V. Two 
p seniois. Pacific Pete and 


91.33 tip i.ll In September. 

20.Y9A up 1.17 Gunnar Mines made Its first 
109. dividend pavemyt last July 

when I* paid ft P* on the year. 
51* *3 || .. | 15 The increase of 25 rent* for 
»* v* off .It did no1 *PP^* r fo P*<*ase 

■ .... M Slock market*, for Gunnar 

Sm 14 up 1 7ft » h * rf * drl,,<Hl fractionally 

• v ' lnu'*r afta-r the announcement 


the B C. government s mechan 
leal tabulation division left 
Victoria at the weekend for 
Karachi. w r here he will be on 
loan to the Pakistan govern- 
ment for the next lout month*. 

Jack Gann. one of the tin- 
trict’a best-known yachtsmen, 
is one of Canada's leading ex 
pert* on business machinery. 
He has been seconded to the 
federal government which is 
sending him to Pakistan under 
the Colombo plan 


CAMPBKfX K\\OH VANCOUVER BMJ 

RESERVATIONS — PHONE ATwater 


MONTREAL: 

Industrial* t 

i.olda 

I tihlies I 

Pa|»er» 

Shares: *52.799. 

VANCOUVER: 
29 Industrials II 

2 t Mines A 

29 GUn II 

Sales: 159.3*1. 


REYNOLD* ON HPOT 

One of the reasons why two 
UA firms ^re squabbling so 
violently for rontryl of British 
Aluminium Ltd hfk now come 
to light. 

The chairman of Tube Invest- 
ments Ltd.. British subsidiary 
of Reynolds Metal* of America, 
has disclosed that his firm 
owns shoot a third of Die 
British 


Ol K OBJECTIVE 

TO PROVIDE THE BEST INVESTMENT SERVICE 
THAT CARE AND EXPERIENCE MAKER POS.NIBI K 

1 ■ Mih, N. PlrwlM 


BOOTES NAI M DOUBLE 

Sales of Rooles Mniorsf 
fCansdai Ltd., distributors of 
Hillman. Sunbeam and Hum- 
ber car* and Commer and 
Harrier truck*, rose by' 1B3 
per cent in 1958 from 1957, 
according to F. M. S. Beal, 
general manager. 

Two new car*, the Humber 
Super Snipe and the Singer 
Ga/.elle. are being Introduced 
to the Canadian market this 
year. 


DISTRIBUTION SUPERVISOR 

KBQI IKED BY 

BRITISH COLUMBIA POWER COMMISSION 


outstanding Block of 
Aluminium. 

If the British Aluminium 
shareholders accepted the ad 
vice of the dlrectora and *nld 
a controlling Intel eat in the 
company to Aluminum Co. of 
America. Reynold* would he 
In the uncomfortable position 
of having lit major British 
aluminum Investment con- 
trolled by If* biggest US. 
rival. 

So anxious -I* Reynolds that 
thi* should not come to pa** 
that It ha* Increased It* offer 
for British Aluminium Ltd. 
shares, bidding $12 T2 a share 
plus one share In Tube Invest- 


To be responsible for I he supervision, planning and 
co-ordination of the activities of line ofn** and other* 
engaged In the maintenance of overhead electrical dl» 
tnbuiion systems within a specific area of operation on 
Vancouver Island 

Excellent employee benefit* and working conditions. 
Salary range SVm $620 monthly with starting salary 
dependent on experience 

Prefeience will be given to applicants with direct 
utility experience 

For further information please write immediately 
stating experience and salary requirements to the Per 


WINNIPEG ICPi Trade 
was moderately active. Flax 
showed the greatest activity. 

Hedging sale* showed a 
moderate increase hut they 
were all absorbed Prices were 
firm to higher with occasional 
irregularities. 

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ANACONDA M KEG KB 

The Anaconda Co. la merg 
Ing three of It* subsidiaries 
Into Anaconda Aluminum Co 
with capital of $1 *0.(00 000. 

Amalgamating firms are 
Anaconda Aluminum, wholly 
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Market 


Market More* I p 

MONTREAL (CP» Prices 
were generally higher in ac 
Uve Hading. 

Up *» in papers were Great 
Lakes at 964 and St. Law- 
rence Corp at 17**. Eddy was 
up 1 at 55. a new high 
Utilities were mixed Que- 
bec Natural Goa gained 1\ 
at 21^ and BC Power was 
up V at 36'a. Calgary de- 
clined \ at 79 '» and Gati- 
neau was off '• at 3K 
Off ** In construction issues 
were Canada Cement at 3i\.« 
Dominion Tar at 14 A. and 
Foundation at 15V 

Paper* Advance 

VANCOUVER — fnduatn 
ais produced some bright lea 
lurea with Powell River at 
$38 v. MacMillan at 316', tr* 
luring tha pulp and paper 
Usues. 

Kelly Douglas A spurted to 
$9 V while Trans Mountain 
at SUX and Tran* Canada at 
340 \ were strong among the • 
pipelines Alberta Distillers 
rose to $3 

In mines Cowirhan Copper 
rose to 106, and Bethlehem 
to 96 cents. 

Peace River at 47 cents. 
Baaco at 60 cents and United 
at 2.55 rose among oils. Van 
1 tor was 1.15. 

I.ondnn Stock Price * 

LONDON 'CP i — Strong in 
vestment buying pushed gilt- 
edged securities to higher lev- 
els on London stork marker*. 
The strength of sterling was 
the main factor behind this. 

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rallying power. Wheat and 
•oybcatia were under the 
sifadlest effect of selling 
while the feed grains held 

about steady to firm with rye 

attracting the be*t support 

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Imperial Oil is continuing 
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times with the drilling of a 
second exploratory well In 
New Brunswick. 

In rontunctinn with New 
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perial is starting on Hillsbor- 
ough No. 1, shout 15 mile* 
south of _ Moncton, about 
Jan. 15. it* first N B well. 
Gsutreau No. I, t* presently 
drilling at 2.280 feet. 

Last year. Imperial drilled 


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Announcement is made by Nesbitt. Thomson and Company, 
Limited, that Mr Morkee ha* assumed the position of Man- 
ager of the Company for British Columbia and Mr Ollphant 
the position of Assistant Manager Mr Morkee was form- 
erly A*«i»tairt Manager, while Mr. Oil phant ha* been on 
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GERANIUMS 


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Edward Argyle. 4W*l Writ Boyer T)" ol rrvatory b un 
Saanich. a technician ai the drr the control of the depart n 
Dominion Astrophyalcal Ob- ment. ^ 

•rrvatory. was severely reprl- The department haa taken s«*. .n 
manded yesterday lor calllnf the view that Mr. Argyll's ( 
the latest United State* satrl statement waa an official com ^ iTR] 
lit* a “rubbishy propaganda merit. The reprimand warn* { 
stunt." that anyone making similar | .^ffR 


people who are ftgthlng for uoualy unsuccessful" In getting 
freedom In many pla'-e*. So you arma from Canada for either 
do these things without think side. 

log.** “I don't feel that I we done 

* * * anything to bring discredit on 

Did he make money out of !"> toU* or our family." aaid 


McNaughton’s Son I npaid; 
Happy with ‘Greater Rewards 


Mr. McNaughton. 


MONTREAL ICPI— Iln code name was EwiuimAl 
It mean* the "man from the north.” 

He led a double life author u 

t«d by C.rlo. r.rnllb. Cuban ■*“< , * l >* 1 ■ ra “ “*"’'**" 
MbuLdor .o ,. buy « w,ln » n ? a . wh V. “f. i 

.Mb. 1.., Cuban 

B..U 1 . .»< I >r< Mlly burtiln, ' £ h „ „ M1 

tssssrsjr- - srzrsrJtr: 

Ilia name i* Andie«« Roheit nanongl agent lor th. 

Leslie McNaughton 12. Jack tA , trT , mOV rmMlt. 
of all trade*. onetime test • e e 

pilot, aomeume soldier of for- 
tune, businessman. engineer 
philanthropist, son of Gen. 

A. G. L. McNaughton. j word*.' 

* * * [ have friends In Cuba I've 

11a admit* he i« rich one day tteen there as a consulting en- 
almost broke the mol. gme**r tor mining outfits. 1 g&t 

lie flitted from Canada to m know their problem*. You 
New York «nd through '‘**r can't cloae your eyes to aomo 
tain" Latin American republic* things. You have to make your 
a* an agent among other decision and l made mine to 
agents working against help the cause of freedom in 
Batin'*, lbs Job waa to /Imi Cuba. 


I ha first announcement* that 

th# launching waa successful I ■ 

A spokesman for the depart £ k ; : - 

ment of mines and technical ^ A / A ... '1 £ l 

surveys In Ottawa yesterday ■ ■ 

said a severe reprlmsad had {q "wrap lip" yOUT 

barn sent to Mr, Argyle by 

Deputy Mines Minister Marc HOLIDAY EXPENSES 


reward*. It cost roe money ri 
But there ara rewards of 
greater value." ^ 

Ha showed a hand-bound It 
allver Torah, tha Jewish hook 
of religion, presented him for 
his help irt Israel during the 
Jewish troubles. 'That is re 
w ard enough and 1 can't even 
read It" 

Manuel UrraUa. new 
visional president of 


49 Ways 

To Make Marriage 
More Fixating 

TS# bin at being together fading 
S bit 7 Want to know what to 
do about it ? January Render's 
Ihgsat reports 49 provocative 
suggestions to maka year 
marriagv more riming Should 
ha at least one ids* hers to put 
spring into your spouse s spirit ! 

Get January Header # Digest 
today i 40 helpful articUe of 


LONDON 1AP) — Britain 
announced Monday night that 
aha Intends to revoke tha con- 
stitution of Malta and put tha 
Island colony under direct rule 
of th# British governor. 


••Why dtd I do It?** he asked 

himself. 


He admitted ha was "consplc- 


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Andrew McNaughton Spring Convention 
•• . agent among agents VANCOUVER (CP) — The 
* * * . * provincial Liberal party execu 

"In my work, specie lining in live has proposed a spring 
bu*me«« In Central and Latin convention to bs celled to 
America. I move in a circle of hammer out a party platform 


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VIEWSofSPORT 

By R*'<1 Smith 


IWxemher wu gladdened In Montreal by valorous old 
Arrhle Moore's unforgettable melodrama with Yvon Durelle 
and In New York by rousing feat* of drinngdo on the part i' 
of tha football Gtanta. then wound up In Brisbane Australia. I 
In an orgy of theatrics a* the an> tent Incas kicked up a 
racket in international tennis 

Actually it was only one Inca who rau»ed the commotion. 

Ifitf fa ap WfW toi Mi? ‘ ■ 

live and powntul d»*s* endure of lluayna lapses mun, miun | | 
his well scrubbed paw into the fiayls Cup challenge round, 
little old Peru made her first ap|>#*ran«-e in ibis league «ine» 
Dwight Davis donated the bucket Mi \oai» ago. 

Technically . Olmedo was not playing as a representative 
of his native land, or he'd never have been In Brisbane. With 4 
two exception*, the challenge round has been a private com 
petition rraliklad to the, United Slates, (treat Britain. Ausira- 
lia and Fiance In l** Belgium muscled in as challenger 
and Inst a shutout to the Rittlah, and In 1921 the Japanese 
weie ahu«td in similar fashion by William Tatum Tilden 2nd 
and Rill Johnston. 

Accepting the principle that *’if you can't beef 1 'em. Join 
'em.'' Olmedo eniolled aa a student in the University of 
Southern California and thua became eligible in the absence 
of any rules against It for the I’filled States team Con- 
sequently his Australian visit has been made under the aus- 
pices of the same eagle whoee portrait appears on Jack 
Kramei « hank notes S 

The Foreign Element 

Thla business of recruiting forelgneia to our cause has 
stirred some agitated harrumphing In the catgut set. bu» It : 
cannot he denied that Olmedo brought more excitement to the 
challenge round than this competition had experienced In 
veanx In lh» opening singles match he whipped Australia's 
Ms! Anderaon. teamed with Hspulton Richardson to win the I 
doubles. then polished off Ashley Cooper and lifted the hard I 
ware 

If Olmedo were a naturalised ctllaen. or meant to become 
one. hia presence on the team would annoy nobody but the 
Aussie*. However, he has no Intention of applvlng for citizen 
ship, which would expose him to military service and poaslhly 
disrupt plans for tennis Junkets to the French Riviera 

When he was chosen oxer Ham Richardson to compete in 
the singles, there were rumhlinga of unrest In quarter* like i 
the West Side Tennis Club, the Newport Casino, and the < 
C.ei-mantowrt Cricket Club This was due partly to his Peru 
vian origin and partly to a suspicion that the decision, oe | 
tenathly made by Perrv Jones, the American captain, had | 
actually been dictated by Jack Kramer the American menace 
Kramer »« a horse-playing vulgarian who habitually and < 
crassly violate* human decenrv by paying ofT tennl* play era '| 
In broad daylight He la a tireless corrupter of young ama , 
teuta whom he seek* to seduce, suborn, and debauch, with , 
Urge lumi to Join hla louring troupe of professionals. 

Root of All Evil 

Ha 1* also coach of the American squad Mr Stanley 
Woodward, himself an avowed and oeritfied professional In 
the newspaper field, has written that this Is like electing lean 
I^Fme Cnmmndote of the New Orleans Yacht Club, hut Mr. 
Woodward seem, guilty of tnronatstenry on thla point .He 
sees nothing nb)ect»nneble In hiring a professional to coach 
amateur football player* qt Amherst 

Anv how . there's an ugly whisper gbmg around that 
Kramer choae Olmedo over Richardson because he rnnsidei* 
Richardson a mioriess player who would contribute nothing 
tn professional tennis hut regard* Olmedo as a bright proa peer 
for his menagerie True or false, the fact la tha! Olmedo 
turned out to he a live one 

There are historian* who hDroe Kiamer and hla prede- 
rev am* for the failure of the Untied State* to dominate world 
amateur tennis vear after year into eternity. They go oar* 
\W» when Vincent Richards turned pro. and argue that 
w. would have smothered foreign /""T 

if nmf e««lnn*l promoter* hadn t grabbed off the best 
amateurs a* feat as thev got hot TUrten and rrenk Hunter, , 
Flswnrth Vines George Lott. I.e* Stnefen. Don Pudge Rohnv 
Rigr* Kramer himself One Mako. Welby Van Horn. Pancho 
Segura. Ru haid Gon/ale* 

Pros and Con Men 

The flaw in this argument 1* that it ^ 

the nroa have also seduced the best foreigners, ftnm England a 
Fred Pern to Australia 'a Lew Hoad After Australia • Frank 
Kn Mrt.,. e or tad knock* .« 

Stale* Devi* Cun team for the, third time in a row Kiamer 
‘performed a patriotic aenlc bv debauching the pair of them 

he ha« Cooper and Anderson, the best ama 

now" rode, TZ 

ST vPehstpr* * definitions of amateur" A superficial or un 
•killed worker, dabbler; dillettante. tyro, novice 

Esks Show Loss 
For ’58 Season 



Cougars Cel Another Chance; 
Spokane Plays Here Tonight 


“Well, we'v# got to start ail over again, and we 
are going to start tonight." 

That was the promise last night from Pat Egan, 
disappointed manager-coach of the Victoria Cougars, 
on hu return from a fruitless trip to Spokane. The 
Spokes returned to Victoria with the Cougars for a 

game tonight at Memorial Arena. __ 

“It break* your heert." | f,„m w c jwbiw w. M-m* si, 

* ' . . ,, .. iiiund ritins 

tuntty we had to pull away , , vwwm. Marru •wimmm wii- 

from Spokane and New Weat- •«*•' tm«u <c. a 


‘ Little Gump' Ready 

New York Rangers are happy with Lome ‘ Gump’* 
Worsley agam, but if they ever want another 
goalie "there's another Worsley on the way up. 
IVan Worsley, age three, it taking lessons from 
his dad at Madison .Square Garden, hi* yoURf 
sights set on the National Hockey League .— (CPC) 

Speaking Briefly 

Venturi Rallies; 

Bruins Place 
Four on Waivers 


tuntty we had to pull «way , **,*** rw'*m. Hurt* i*iuim wu- 
from Spokane and New West- T ***u <c. m*— a 

minaret and get into a fight j««>*««o. ii si ,, _ | 

with Seattle for the lead Now JJKTWra VS- * 

,hl * „•*«»* “ * mi hor« ^ tl| 

. race. i m**u*x s»r» •»•*- 

He was referring, of course. '"W, bA« .au*su>. is ’# 
to the weekend trip to Spo- ,L T , ***** 

kane and tha New Year * Day rwMUtyt *•« ut». 
game hare against New West a ii *-il I 


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Seeking Maine , Sponsor 

Tlrere'% another tram In Victoria's senior "B 
men's basketball pictu re, hut it lark s a sponsor . 

^ —^tt di ’;Tr ;y frT ." rr rffr rfBI? Trfk 
llowie TiNib), and will have such players as Til 
Briggs. BUI Baudot d Pete Turko. roohy, \l l»a\ies. 
Mel Davidson. Don Hendry and Kon Hunter. 

The club makes its first start tomorrow night 
at H.SA against Half Way House at Mount \ lew 
High School gym. Vlcettex meet Naval \#ta in the 
senior M B'* women* opening game at 7. 

Anyone interested in sponsoring the club Is 
asked to phone OR R 44M. 


EDMONTON — Edmonton 
Eekimo*. who tn the past two 
seasons have slipped from 
their old position aa the 
power of the Western Inter- 
provincial Foot hell Union, 
also did con«ldet able skidding 
a' 'he gate last tear 

Eskimos official* reported a 
low of ttH 413 on the season a 
operation at a meeting of the 
Touchdown Club. A romtwna 
lion of rain on three game 
nlghta and a decrease In are 
Ann ticket sales was blamed 
for the deflnte The club op- 
erated at a profit of S3 412. 

Retiring president Cee Roe* 


seul a change in roaches at 
the start of la*1 season got 
the E*k* off to a slow atari, 
hut that right now the rtuh 
wa* aheed of last year by t,wo 
months or more In recrtriilng 
player* 

Eskimos apent 2432.723 last 
year. Riggeat single Hem wa* 
VkvMOO for team aalaitea. 
maintenance and travelllnr 

Eskimo* were the first 
W1FC club to report a deficit 
in 1»V» Earlier Winnipeg 
Blue Romheis reported an 
estimated profit of II Y022 
and the B.C. Linns, who fin 
Ished last, showed a profit of 
112.933. - 


Ken Venturi ahot an eight t D< 
under par tkl In an amazing Ai 
come from behind performance W 
yesterday *lo win the $33,000 Be 
Loa Angeles Open golf tourna- 
ment. 

Eight strokes behind A»t hn 
Wall Jr., going into the final ga 
round, the 77 year old Vesdwri na 
wterked tha par 71 Ranrito St 
(ioir Club course with a round w. 
of 30-3 3 that gave him ■ 72- pi 
hole total of ^7* * 

Wall had a last round of .3 M 
for a JW total that would have . . 
stood up agAlnst the field ex- S* 
re p< for the dramatic finish S» 
by Venturi who won *3 W th 
Wan pu ked up W ** Bl,, > m 

Maxwell waa one atroke h^k cr 
in third place •* 

Venturi was even par on the . 
first two holes, then started r 
off on hla par busting with r l 
hack to hack eagle three* aa 

* a a 

Boston Bruin*, who have 
loil ail hut four of their last 
17 National Hockey League 

have placed four play- JJ 
era on waivers, and although »> 
no name* were mentioned ' r 
speculation la that they are " 
forwards Norm Johnson. Earl 
•Dutch'* Reihrl l -arty Regan | 
and Real rhevrefll* 

General manager Lynn Pa' 
rick said li waa done because 
“1 simply thought they weren't 
good enoughfto help us 
The time limit during which 
other NHL rluha can pay the 
liynm waiver price for each 
player expire* at midnight to- 
night. If none are picked up. 
i he four will likely be sent to 
the Bruin*' farm team at 
. Providence. 

Two year* ago Regan was 
. named the NHL* rookie of ! 
. | the year, the tame year that 
| Chevifftl* aroied 30 goal* foe 
- 1 the Bruin*. 

• * • 

Mli-1 HEAV. Bred a* coach 
• of Toronto Maple Leaf*, ye* 

I irnUi was appointed a**l*i-»nt 

i general manager of Belles ille 
McFarlands, Canada* cepiea 
ent alive* in the world hockey 
| tournament In Prague next 
Match , . Mai \oder~m of 
Australia took hi* third 
t straight healing aince turning 
,t I professional Sunday, losing to 
I, Ken McGregor. A3. A.1 . 
h Alex P lan e d a . star of th# l S. 
o triumph over Australia in the 
g Davit Cup tennis tourney ad 
vanced to the third round of 
it the Western Australia" rham- 
i* plonshlps yesterday with a 7 3, 

« f, i 2b. A3 win over kllrk 
Bridge of Perth Ottawa 

»t Rough Riders yesterday -n 
■It nounced the signing of highly- 
>g touted quarterback Don Al- 
in lard of Boston 0*11#*# Br«* 
22 draft cholca of Washington 
n Redskins In tha National Foot 
of hall Lea go# . . Calgary *‘»m 
pedera hava signed halfback 


Dun Ma* "f I ni versify of 
Arkansaa who played for the 
West in last w eek'* Shrine 
Bowl football game 

a a a 

It **IA*H touring national 
hockey team finished a three 
game stint against the 1’ S. 
nationals with • 7-1 victory 
Sunday The Russian*, who 
won two games and tied one. 
play In Detroit tonight against 
a combined Michigan and 
Michigan State college dub 
. . . Another Ru**ian Hub beat 
Sweden's Djurgarden club. 3-1. 
Sunday In Stockholm to win 
the Aheane Cup . . . Defence- 
man Ron llowell Joined Van- 
couver < "smirk* of the West- 
ern Hockey league last night 

. , Brooklyn * Bobby Fischer, 
13, won the United State* 
chess championship for the 
second straight lime Sunday 
In New Ym k . . . 

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mrna'er. It la a«d. bui true, 
to note that the Cougar* 
would be leading the Weatarn 
Division of the Weatern 
Hockey League today had 
they won those three games 
They would be a point ahead w 
of Seattle, eight point* ahead 
of Vancouver. U point* ahead n 
of New Westminster and 13 Y 
point* ahead of Spokane. • a 
Instead, the Cougar* lost on w 
New Yeara Day. 4 2. to the 
Ro\ ala, lost Saturday. 31. to H 
the Spokane club, then were n 
beaten again Sindav, 3-4. by 1 ■ 
th# Spoke* in a four point ■ 
game All of which kit the » 
Cougar* tied with Vancouver, | 
eight points behind Seattle, i Jj 
only one ahead of Spokane * 
and only three ahead of the ■ 
1 Royal*. 

Sunday's gam# waa a real ^ 
heartbreaker. Egan reported 1 
The Cougar* bounced hack ' 
from A2 and 24 deficits to 
pull even at 33 early in the ^ 
third period Only 34 second* • 
laier. a bad. behind Ihe goal ( 
pa«a gave the Spokes the lead 
again Blmky Boyce anhcipat 
mg the play, intercepting and , 
passing out front. To com- 
plete It. the puck bounced in 
off Max Mektlok. who re 
turned to action with two 
; goal*. 

WINNING tiOAL 

What proved to be the win 
ni>« goel came after a fare 
ofFYn the Victoria rone be 
tween the face-off circle*. Th# 
t puck came back lo i Buddy 
Bodman. who whacked at tt 
backhanded and aaw It hit the 
crossbar and bounce down and 
into the goal 

Steady pressure brought the 
Cougars within a goal th the - 
l«*t minute but time ran out 
\ before they could pull even/ 

again. 

Egan announced D*t night 
that he would u*e the same 
j line-up again tonight hut said 
I there would he a change be \ 
hind Ihe blue line unless the 
defence tightened up. That 
would mean fhe return to 
action of rookie Dave Rim- : 
atad tn lake over for either 
Don McLeod or Carl Kat*er. 

NEED DF.FKN<r.MAN 

"Our foewarda are playing 
well although two or three of 
them haven t been a* good a* 
they should be on the road. 
Egan said "But we do need a 
defenceman, and I'm going to 
get on*- if I tan 

Following tonight '• game, 
I the Cougar* go to N#-.» \\eo 
I minster Saturday, then play 
the Royal* on Monday and 
the Spoke* on Wedneaday at 
Memorial Arena. 

'We still have a chance to 
i pull away from tho*e two 
‘ rluha.'' Egan pointed ovit. 
Then. In a moan, but what 
a chance we mi«*ed." 

MNB«V 

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Moore Leads W ttv 


Amazing Oldtimers 
Still Gather Glory 


Bv OM AK FRALKY 

NEW YORK (UPD — Thla 
waa 23 yeara ago. 

Joe McCarthy waa the hew 
manager of the New York 
Yankee* with *even pennant* 
ahead of him. Jim Braddock 
was heavyweight rhampion of 
the world, (iene Veiutke posted 
Ihe fastest indoor mile mark 
of 4 103. And out In Okla 
horns the Mantle family had 


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That was the yera a young 
ater na»ned Arehla Moore — 
began boxing aa a profea I 
•Iona I. 

Now. 23 year* later, that J 
same Archie Moore a Jew day* 
hern-e will receive Ihe New 
York ‘Roving Writers' Trophy 
•a the "fighter of tho year." 

All he did at an ag# placed 
vaguely somewhere between 
43 and 4B. t)kaa retain the light 

lira vw eight championship of 
the world against muscular i 
Yvon Durelle tn a brawl for v 
the age* • f 

AMAZING PERFORMANCE * 
It waa an amazing per t 
foimance Yet It only accent* 
the feet that wltlle aport* aup^ , 
poaedly are dominated by the j 
muse tea of youth, and the , 
dock and the calendar ere t 
supposed to welt tor no man. g 
a host of oldtimers still are , 
tweaking Father Time# j 
whisker*. f 

The golden 2b* and the , 
early 30* are alleged to he j 
the peek performance year* in 
•porta, but only in golf, long ( 
regarded aa an "old man a , 
sport." have the youngster* . 
actually taken all the heed | 
line* j 

* Boxing »• dominated. If not ( 
by -grey heard* at least by ( 
gladiator* who long aince have , 
lost the rosy, freah cheeked 
look. Middleweight king Ray , 

Robinron * nan frill he .19 Hia 
greatest rival Is 32 year-old 
Carmen B a * 1 1 1 n and 
weight ho** Joe Brown Is at 
least 33 

In baseball. Ted Williams, 
(he American League hatting 
Champion. la 4«- Warren 
Spahn. the moat feared pitcher 
; in the National League, will 
k he SB when another aeason 
. roll* around, the *ame age a* 

. menacing Stan Muaial. Coun- 
, try Slaughter will he roaming 
•om# major league outfield al 
43 and down In Miami one of 
' the best International League 
y hurler* ia Satchel Paige 
1 , Ageless Satch confessed laa« 

I 1 year wilh a twinkle which 
•aid he alii! waa guilty of an 
„ understatement that he waa 
n "about 51." 

The pro football Giants 
I almost heat the Colt* for Ih# 
title a few day* hack llow’ 

I Why. on the passing arm of 
l .U» yearold Charley Coneriy. 
And that'* a bualn#*a where 
W fee la Ilk# 3k. 

B If you want to win a atake* 


race, you can’t do much better 
than put Eddie A ream up on 
your nag. Well. Eddie la 42 
And still a winner la Johnny 
Longden. who admit* to 49 but 
who, some claim, la 32. Sam 
Palumbo atlll la winning at 50 
and to really toy with time. 
Sunny Jim Fitraimmon* at 
At remain* busy saddling 
winner*. 

The kida finally have moved 
m an golf. Dow i'maienaald 
at 29 waa the pro golfer of the 


year. Arnold Palmer , 2k. wa* 
tha leading money - winner. 
The two biggest threat* they 
fare are Billy Casper. 27. and 
Ken Venturi. 26 Yet Ben 
Hogan and Sam Snead, with a 
total age of 92. represented 
the United State# tn the inter- 
national golf championship. 

So abed no tfar* for the old 
guard. They're still around 
and doing fine, old Archie, 
the "fighter of the year* 
merely is exhibit A. 


Familiar Faces 
In Scoring Race 


With the National Hockey 
league season past the half- j 
way mark, scoring statistic*, 
for the moat part, show the 
same old name* at the top of 
the heap. 

I just season. 12 player*, 
scored 23 or more goal* — 
pick Moore (Ml. Gordie Howe 
1 33), Camille Henry <32 1, 
Edd e iJI/enherger <32*. Andy 
Bathgate <3B>. Bronco Horvath 
1301. Henri Richard <28i Don 
McKenney tJkk Bernle Geof- 
frion «27«. Jean Beliveau <27>, 
Dick Duff <26i and Jerry Top- 
paxzini <25*. 

Ttna season, the only new- i 
comers among th# 10 player* 
who have good chance* to get 
25 or more goal* are Maurice 
Richaid. who played only 2k 
games last season because of 
Injuries, and Vic Stasluk and 
Andy Hebenton, both 21 goal 
men last aeason. 

McKenney. who lead* with 
22, and Bathgate and Moore, 
who both have 21. are the only 
players with aa many •• 20 
goal* Rut < ieof frion ha* |9 
and Howe has 19. All five have 
excellent chance# lo go pasl 30. 
aa have Maurice Richard, 
Lltzenherger and Beliveau. who 
each have 16. 

Biggeal slumps Ihia aeason 
1 have been shown by Henry. 

1 who haa only II goal* after 
' 3k game*; Duff, with nine 
' after 37 games, and Henri 
\ Richard, with nine after 3k 
1 game*. Horvath mlaaed 25 
r game* her * use of a broken Jaw. 

» Geof frion la currently lead 

Ing the race for the Art Rosa 
I Trophy, which goe* to the 
t player with the moat point* for 
i the season. The Montreal right- 

* winger, w-ho won the trophy In 
the 195435 season, ha* 49 

■ points, four more than Andy 
a Rathgate of the New York 

* Rangers, seeking hi* first 
f point championship. Moore la 
r. third with 39 point* but. bar- 
e nng serious slumps or Injuries, 

It appears to he between Geof- 
a frion and Bathgate. 


Players with 20 or more 

point* follow: 


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DOUG ANDERSON 

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SYDNEY. Ausfralia .1 PI. * J* 
Auatrallat Ashley Cooper • 
bolted the ama *-ur tennis *d 

ran*\< in a move that *■ 

give- pro king Pan. un (.onrele. 9 

• glamorous new opp- r ent and * 
prnhahP assures ■ United m pH 
Stales vic*m> in the next Dav i* # 

Cup chaJUange round 

United -«iaie* promnler Ja< k b 
Kramer annottnead that the 22 # > 4 
year old Wlmhlednn and United 
Siaies and Australian national 
rhampion haa agreed (o a three 
year contract which should v 
earn him about *140010 Kra f * 
mer aalil Uoopei w.rul'l he cua J 

• t leerl *100 0110 over Ihe Ihree M 
year period plus JO pei *'enl nt 

the gate the first year srd 5 
pei cent of the gate tor each 


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Nlctory. 

Cooper, eonaidered th# 


JACK KRAMER 
, , , wreck# Auaaie* 


smoothest p I • y • r ever de- 
velnped In Auatralia. 1* ached 
uled to make hla pro debut 
Tuesday night againat Ecu# 
dora Pancho Segura In th# 
Jack Crawford testimonial 
tournament. Segura, a labu- 
lous handy legged retriever, la 
a world famed ‘ apoiler". 

Cooper ■ move, shortly after 
Davis Cup teammate Mai An- 
derson also turned pro, 
breathed new life Into Kramer * 
195# professional plana but 
waa a tremendous blow to Aua 
trail** r ha nee* of regaining 
ihe Davis Cup from the United 
Blaie* thi# year and perhaps 
for several year*. 

With Cooper and Anderson 
out of the picture, the United 
States’ controversial Peruvian 


•tar. Alex Olmedo. atanda prac- 
tically. unchallenged as the 
worlds No. 1 amateur. And 
the powerful United State* enn 
Ungent of Olmedo. Hamilton 
Richardson and Barry MacKay 
appears far loo strong for any 

Davt* Cup challenger* Au* 
trail* can muater In »ha near 
future. 

Kramer's luah offers thus 
appear to have completed the 
annihilation of the powerful 
Australian amateur rank* hnill 
by Davia Cup Captain Harry 
llopman. Kiamei previously 
had induced such Australian 
■tars aa Frank Sedgman. Lew 
Hoad Ken Rosewell and Ken 
MrGregor to turn professional, 
lie previously had hurt the 
United State*' Davia Cup 
chances by persuading Gon- 


rales and Tony Trabert to do I 
the Mtn# thing. 

"Cooper should make a for- 
tune," Kiamer Mid. "Ha ia 
the serious type who plays well 
over a long period'' 

"He could make the guaran- 
tee In the first Ik month* if he 
playa well enough.'* Mid Kra- 
mer in dlacuaaing the contract 
"Hr gets the same percentage 
a* Gen/ale* for the Hrst year 
with the other members of lb# 
troupe pelting 15 per rent. And 
the more he wlna. the more he 
will earn." 

Conner who wwa married to 
Helen Wood, the MUa Aus- 
tralia Of 1957. lost week. N ex 
prrted to Join the Kramer 
troupe here Tuesday* morning. 

A quiet, atudloua type. 
Cooper la tha son of a Mel- 





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ASHLEY COOPER 
... a pro now 


bourne headmaster and at first 
planned to he a doctor. Rut he 
asked hl» fathers permission 
to try hi* hand at amateur ten 
nia and In 1933 Jumped into the 
International spotlight by heat- 
ing both Hoad and Rnsewall 
w-tthln a span of 10 day*. He 
rapped hi* amateur career last 
year by winning the Wimble- 
don. United State* national and 
Australian national champion- 
ship*. 

Moat expert# feel he will 
prove a worthy opponent for 
Gon rates, who'a "pier alx" la#- ; 
He* have enabled him tn hold 
the pro crown againat all prev- 
lua challenger*. Australian 
tetonls expert* describe Cooper 
aa “having an excellent aerv 
Ice. good ground strokes, speed 
and the Ideal temperament for 
sustained tournament competi- 
tion.'' 


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Jim Russell's rink had tut) titles under its belt 
Sunday when the annual RCN Pacific Command bon- 
gpiel wound up at Victoria Curling Club. 

RuaaaU defeated Wally 

Stubha 12 6 to win the "H mar> and had a A1 aggregate 
primary event and the win mark. 


,u 111 * play four games In five 

But now the Hawks are hot nlghta. three of them on the 
enough to melt ire. They ve rued against the New York 
nudged ihetr wa> Into second R, ngrr » wiiom they lead by 
pUre after a ST victory over „ mf ., e , wo points. Wedne*. 
boston Bruins Sunday. *day, Boaton Thursday and 

In other Sunday gamea. the Montreal Saturday. They face 
league leading Montreal Cana the Rangers again in Chicago 
dlens wwre held In a 2 3 tie Sunday. 

by Detroit Red Wings, and *Thli dub is Jual beginning 
Toronto dropped New York. to n ,u,** Mld pUoua. If we 
*■2 can come off this road trip 

"I'm lelling you. we've got with three points, we'll be a 
a gang of- fighter*.*' Pilous tough team to keep out of 
proclaimed Monday bafore second place, 
taking the dub on a three ”Wete getting stout work 
gain#- eastern swing. ‘They're ou , 0 f goalie Glenn Hall and 
snarly on the bench and veterans Ted Lindsay. Tod 
snarly on the Ice They're ig Sloan and Ed LlUetiberger. 
nlted!" We're getting steady hack line 

The Hawks have a six game work from defencemen timer 
unbeaten streak, longest since Vasko, Piere Pllole. Jack 
lJSh.M, and have )u»t finished Evans and Al Aibnur. And 
a rugged schedule of four we'r w getting impnrved play 
game* In five nights with a from Bobby Hull. Ron Muh 
S3 victor} over Boston Sun- phy, Eric Nesterenko. Earl 


lionora with a 7 1 record. 
Curling ^wtth Russell were It 
Mnlr 'third'. J. WiL*nn i2nd' 
and K. tjulhrte I lead'. 

“A" primary winner w« 
Rill Clarke's link which al'*» 
finished second In the aggre- 
gate competition Clarke de- 
feated a rink skipped by John 
Adam*. 13-7. to win the pn 


"A' secondary with a 1210 
win over J. paum. and D. 
Karras defeated Lt W Hlbbeit 
in the *R'' srrondaiy final. 

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matches with. 'he Australians for an England A 
have been playing as If they match LS7.716 for 
were standing on their head*. London In ltS3. 
which In fact they are The third iMt 

They loaf the first lest rwp Friday in. Sydney 
weeks ago without difficulty ' 

Saturday, In the second. Scorer at rt: 
they held an apparently un omtam 
heatable position hut managed 
to throw It away. irsmua 

The English batsmen were 
all nut In Ihetr second Innings e MsD saa t* »• * • 
for 87 runs. It may sound iky w mmum* *. 

high for the polo grounds ^ 

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hy an English team In Au. 
trails since INK. 

Newspapers and their 
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the English downfall. The two 
moat commonly advanced are 
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COM MBIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 0, 1959 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


Ross Given Freedom of City 


By 

tenant -Governor Prank Rom 
the greatest honor it rould. 
making him a (rwmaii of 
Victoria 

The action «u taken *»n tha 


•nggeMion of Mayor Pricy 
S.IUMII wn<» *.1 111 Dm' h 
Mirnr Tirnefie I\i<7 TVTi fTiff 
the lieutenant governor and 
Mr* Rom. had given outatand- 
inf service not only to the 
province hut the city, going 
far beyond the call of duty. 


Lieutenant-Governor Rom la 
the fourth man to become a 

laird WUlingdon was made a 
freeman In 1987 while gov- 
ernor-general. and the late 
Robert P Quit-hart was hon- 
ored the following year. Swim- 


mer Bert Thomas waa named 
a freeman In 1955. aa first # to 

.■■■in .rf- fWv Wr.r* ■■'* f gg 

Pure. 

The honor entitles the recipi- 
ent to vote In city elections, 
and his name la placed at the 
head of the voters' list. 


New Councillor 

Told Bod Yeas 

While her father, Edward 1- lie Costa, of 11-6 
Old Esq ui malt Road, m* attending his firsl council 
meeting la*t sight in Fsquimalt, Tno-y ear-old 
Joanne Loutne lie Costa was rushed to St. Joseph's 
Hospital alter swallowing some pills. 

Police called the new councillor from the 
meeting to inform him of the accident. 1 stomach 
pump was used on the girl and she later was re- 
ported in •’good" condition. 


195/1 'Splendid Year' — Mayor 

No Major Projects 


To Huy Harks 


Saanich Hints - c 

At lax Hike r- 


Victoria 

I* ro great for This \ ear 
To He Leas Spectacular 

In an inaugural address reflecting satisfaction with 
progress in 1958, Mayor Percy Scurrah called on city 
council yesterday to make more progress within ita 

means in 1959. 


Reeve George Chatterton opened the municipal 
year last night with a hard-hitting. 16-point plan for 
Saanich's development, hinting al increased taxes for 
parks and higher water rates. 

He suggested to council that 

« fund should be built up to Chatterton • I n ■ u g u t • I re 
buy park land* a* they are 


needed, possibly by imposing 
one mill for the purpose A 
one mill Increase in Saanich 
taxes would bring In about 
|56oon thia year. 

And he also asked council 
to ronslder revising water 


mark* 

Adoption of the Capital 
Region Planning Hoard blue- 
print for Greater Victoria 
development; adoption of a 
detailed town plan for Saanich 
covering the next 20 > ear* 
and including adoption of the 
residential expansion plan; 


rs.es and using the increased ^ of , f t vw yea r 

replace mating ■* 


revenue »« 
two-inch water mama 


capital budget, investigation of 
i he possibility of obtaining 
Other suggestions In Reeve ( * amp Gordon Head land 

' together with Vitoria College 

■OaundL 


Anr Hnr Hc.uilre 


**ti. 

LUCKY ROY WILLIS 

* • a 

Seen 

In 

Passing 


Massive 

Budget 

O 

Formality 


A provisional budget of 
$8.52-1.900 for 1959 waa ap^ 
proved yesterday by city 
council 

nearly half 


But the progress of the last 
couple of years left him with- I 
out major projects to suggest 1 
to council this year Hla 
address recorded the solution 
nf the garbage pro blem the 
completion of the "tag end*'' 
of I lie new Point Ellice bridge, 
the construction of a new 
headquarter* ftrehall and the 
plan for off-street parking 
LAND-HALE FUND 
The mayor was left with 
lew* cpeclarular progress to 
prnpnar including : 

Thai the land sale fund, ''at 
the lowest |( haa been for a 
number of vears." he built up 
again by the servicing and sale 




Making Most of 

Victoria youngsters could hardly wait 
for school closing yesterday to take 
pail in police supervised sleigh-riding 
on closed-off Ryan Street hill. Paul 


It ^liilc It Lists 


Kelly. 11, 2704 Belmont. John Leicr, 
9. 2740 Avebury, and James Todd. 9, 
*2658 Avebury, took part along with 
scores of others. — (Colorpst photo) 


Although nearly half % Z lt iL /*. a r* rv 

*„ur. Momrnm *«-« ' ”** Cilya Slum Scene 

1957 s final budget the pro P* _ . 


visional budget a forma lily 
in allow fund* to he spent at 
the beginning of the year - 
wa* not considered significant. 

"It will he arrutlnl/ed with 
a fine i noth comb and hacked 


d WKKS. DRAINS 

That a* much mooes as pos- 
sible be devoted to continuing 
the programs of cleaning Ihe 
■sewer* and drains and Improv 
ing the streets. 

That 160 m Si he «pent on re 


stMKK IV LAW* 

Also resubml*«»0fi of Ihe 

sewer bylaws rejected at the 

Dec. II releiendum; and con 

••deration of the possibility of Lucky K«>> W IIIU making sure 
building a combined llrrdiall he has enough anti freeze in 
and police station, which will his car -He works in a pr.v 
release needed space in the vlnriaJ government draughiing 
present municipal hall office and lives with his par- 

Council should place itaelf ent* Mr. and Mr*. II. Ci. 
I In a position to dispose of the WtlH*. A young man of many 
present municipal yard for a nobbles, hi* lavorlie* are 


gram 


Completion nf the 91.150.900 
school building program i* 'he 
main New Year resolution nf 
Ihe Greater Victoria school 
board 

This waa expressed last 
night at the board * inaug 
ural meeting by chairman 
Mr* W. W McGill who waa 
reelected by acclamation to 
her second term. 

Borrowing of the school 
building funds wa* previously 
approved by the ratepayers 
when they voted in favor of 
Referendum No. 4. 

Kenneth Learning was re 
elected last night aa vice 
chairman Committee chair- 
men will also remain un- 
changed 

Secretary Treasurer T L 
Christie and one other board 
member will attend the Jan. 
17 meeting at Nanaimo of the 
B C. School Trustees Assoc 
tation. One of the main points 
to he considered at Nanaimo 
will be school salaries. It was 
Indicated. 


suitable commercial develop 
ment. he *ugge«ted. 

HI E-YEAR HOPS 

Also to develop ihe new 
municipal yard site and fire 
hall; consider buying a alte 


hunting, fishing and collecting 
old coins an«l stamps • John 
Hartman blowing a clarinet 
gone like a clarinettist should 
. . Hugh Wade talking about 
jazz and his new stereo record 
playing equipment 


for 


In Triltng 


for a new municipal hall and Geargla Held tramping through 
plan to build It In five year*. >now on ^ way to work 

time, financing It, perhaps by A , RVwnM making a 

selling bonds to Saanich real , unrhron appointment . . Bob 
dent*; concentrate on per Maluku, arranging motel ac 
manently Improving substan commorlation for a friend . . . 
dard roads avoid increasing ^ Wilt preparing 
Saanich a debenture debt; Im M)oun , , n Toronto 
piement the suhdlviaion con 
trot bylaw and appeal against 
the amounts charged Saanich 
as it* share in the coat* of 
both Victoria and Saanich 
school districts. 

MOVE FOR PLANNER 

Reeve Chatterton also *ug. 
ge*red that municipal planner 
Antony Parr should be moved 
from the Capital Region plan 
ning Board off be to Ihe 
municipal hall and an addi 
i tonal draughtsman and an 
assistant planner should be 
engaged, and lhal budding In- 
spection servbe* he Improved 
and the additional out he de 
frayed by* charging higher 
fee* 


'Difficult Tank' — Murdoch 

Holding Tax Line 
Oak Hay's Ho| )C 


Esquimau municipal # m • 
ployees will be asked to prr 
sent written requests beiore 
the council iF7.30 p m, Mon 
day. when wage negotiation* 
will he conducted. 

Reeve A. C. Wurtelle. during 
the first meeting of the year 
last night, said; "I would like 
lo 4*s- negotiations iwtth the 
Employees’ Union Including 
both Inside and outside staff 1 
proceed aa quickly a* possible." 

A provisional five • month 
■ budget wa* approved so the 
I council will have the authority 
to spend money until such time 


Oak Bay council face* a 
“difficult task" In trying to 
maintain Its high standards of 
service lo the public “writhout 
undue Increase In taxation. 1 
Reeve George Murdoch said 
In his Inaugural address last 
night. 

However, he pointed out. 
“we enter 1959 In sound fi- 
nancial condition." 

The reeve outlined a three 
year plan for Improving the 
water distribution system in 
Oak Bay 

He also recommended that 
council draft a “progressive 
plan" of street lighting Im 
pr ove m e n t for th# munkt 
polity. 

The public works program 
for this year will cost an salt 
mated *.721600 he said 

Local Improvement pro 


grama totalling *100.000 will ■" * * ormal budget can he sub 

be carried out In the Uplands ">•»*** , 

Reeve Wurlele told council 

be would like to see more road 
construction, better street 
lighting and extension and im- 
A winter work program to prnvrmriU ot „i*„ n g parks In 
• ‘ I e v e unemployment con- ^ neu . V( , ar 


are# and »n a proposed 94 
lot subdivision north nf Lana 
downe Road 


r e 


and chopped said finance decking 'johnpan lilwel bridge 
chairman Aid Arthur Dowell. - fiyf . Ihr Mkr ot M > . (y - 
referring to the V..rk of pre Tha| lhr Capital Improve . 
paring the final budget in the m< . nl putrid C.immlnion be 

asked itnce more to widen and 
Improve Douglas Street beside 
Beacon Hill Park. 

BOM HER (REEK 
That "It funds are available" 
ihe piogram of putting Bowker . 
Creek underground he con- | 
Unite, i and Ihe public works , 
yard re\amped and lhat 
i-oum il gt\e consideration to, 
numerous other public ot-nrkm 
pro|erl« / 

That money from sale 

of Umber at ThejaT Lake - 
S6ixm mo fat .-cprfflnue to he 
•pent on iptprovement of 
TTietis Lakp'Tark. 

That a^angements be made 
if poprfble in have one magi* 
Irpfe handle all luvenile drlin- 
,dfu*ncy case* in Greater Vic- 
toria. and lhat two or three 
room* be anted to Ihe Juvenile 
Home for security reasons. 
FAMILY (OLRT URGED 
.That a decision he reached 
on establishment of a family 
eoqrj, 

Thai the city subdivision at 
Gorge. Harriet and Balfour be 
proceeded with, which would 
cost SHARK) but would "place 
a lot of valuable property on 
the tax roll." 

Referring to the progress of 
Ihe past year. Mayor Scurrah 
•aid the outstanding dehenlure 
debt of the city had been 
reduced *191 .708. 

ANNUAL*. IMPROVEMENT 
Year by year our financial 
position has improved and 
today we are one of the few 
cities In Canada where we are 
con sis tently redwing our 
debt,” he said. 

The mayor said 1908 was a 
"splendid year" for the city 
park*, and the Illumination In 
Beacon Hill Park, provided by 
ihe Capital Improvement Di* 
trtet Commission, had doubled 
| the number of people visiting 
the park in the evenings. 

The new # flrehall. he said, 
prohahly would he opened 
w-lthtn “the next couple of 
montjix." i 
AM AlAiAM ATION 
„ The quMdtqn of amalgama 
tion "has heen disposed of at 
least for Ihe time being." Ihe 
mayor said 

"It Is quite evident that our 


spring. 

* * * 
Scurrah 
Picks 
His W ife! 

City council yesterday re- 
ferred to Ita legislative com 
miner a suggestion that Vic- 
toria should have an officially 
appointed lady ma>oreas this 
year. 

Charles J. Kidd said In a. 
letter that council would par 
mally appoint a lady tpayoK 
, ess on the nomination of tlie 
mayor. The mayor would 
1 usually nominate his wife. Mr. 

' Kidd said and council laughed 
heartily but bachelor mayors 
might nominate slaters or 
] other relative* 

^/“If and when this come* to 
me officially." Mayor Scur 
rah assured council, “my 
choice is going to he Mra. 
Scurrah." 

The suggestion was referred 
! to the committee even though 
Aid D. J. Proudfoot said a 
I mayor's wife waa automatic- 
' ally a mayoress and Aid. 
Arthur Dowell agreed that 
"naturally" a mayor’s wife 
wa* mayoress 

“But." Aid Dowell added. 
"If the m*>or I* a woman 
what's her husband called?" 

City Workers 
Want Parity 


Youngsters Love 
Most Others Hate It 


Experts 

Caution 

Drivers 


Drivers *ho m***l o*e 
their ears while »now Is «•» 
the road* were arged yeater 
da* b> expert* of the iwSht 
vehicle* branch to drive with 
extreme caution 

They ab»o offered a num 
her of other safely Mg- 
gentiuns: 

Drive slowly, maintain a 
ron«tant «peed. change dow n 
to a lower gear Instead of 
using brake*. • 

Use nf chain*. *now Uren 
and added * eight In the 
I r o n k will also make 
pengre** easier. 


Coun. James Bryant, 


J 

City Hall Employees’ Asso 
nation the inside staff of the 
city yesterday notified the 
city mandgei it will seek 
wage partly with "comparable 
firms" In It* 1959 contract, as 
well as some changes In 
fringe benefits. 

Tom Smith, association 
senior pr*** ,f l*nt. ***d • survey of 
wage* In 10 firm* was being 
carried out and should he emit- 
plete In about a week. 


Disrobing 

Offensive 

Noting that in the course 
of a fight the accused had 
ftrvt taken off his overcoat 
and later his shirt. Magistrate 
Henry C Hall decided In city 
police court yesterday lhat "It 
doesn't sound very much like 
self-defence " 

He accordingly fined God- 
frey Stevens $25 for creating 
a disturbance 

Weather Silences 
Gt\ Boys’ Band 


aisle mainly of sewer addi 

ttona and will start Itnmedi councillor, wa* appointed act- 
4 ^- Ing reeve for 1959. 

"Our main concern this j n lo the council, 

year a« in ihe past, will be Rrfvr Wurlele suggested that 
to maintain Ihe high *tandard th * namf . l^mpaon Park” he 
of service to our people with- changed to Fleming Park, to 
out an undue increase in tax conform with the old estab 
ati-.n," the reeve aald. Hshed name of the seafront 

This will he a difficult task, besch ai the end of Klnver 
he added, mainly due to coats street " 

outside the crmtrol of the He suggested that council 
municipality. He mentioned consider an appropriation for 
school coat* set by the pro- development nf this area. I wiring program In downtown 
vtndal government, wage de “While parks are not revenue Victoria Is expected to be re 
manda by municipal employ producing, they are necessary sumed later this week, an of 
ee*. and high cost of borrow to the life and health of the fk*lal said yesterday, but mom 
Ipg community," tha reeve said. arrow could hamper the atari. 


The Victoria Boy*' Band re 
he*r*al ha* been cancelled this 
week because of the weather. 

The group normally meet* on 
neighbor* were not ready for TuMdjiy n ^ h , a , j 31 g Bro ,q children who «kated and play 

" '* * " MM. 


A snow year la a rich 
year, according lo an old saw, 
hut many of Greater Victoria'* 
120 (inn residents yesterday 
would have willingly given up 
some of the richness for less 
of the snow 

• a a 

Vk-iorta • traffic, not geared 
lor snow travel, was more 
than cut In half try the white 
blanket - many motorists 
heeded police plea* to go to 
work by bus 

Rut not all Ihe buses 
handled the sllpprry road sur- 
face too well One bus. try- 
ing to leave a atop at tha 

corner of Fairfield and Linden, 
slewed round into Linden and 
nestled alongside the stop 
sign. 

* a a 

A small car stalled In deep 
snow on Douglas Street fared 
belter when a husky youth In 
a lumberjacket easily lifted 

ihe rear end of the car out 
of the gutter 

a a a 

One gorsi turn deserved 
another early yesterday morn 
ing when a motorist stopped 
st Tedsr Hill and Kiwanls Way 
to help another driver who 
was stuck. He was unable to 
get ihe stalled car dn th* 
road again, sod found he was 
stuck himself 

So the first motorist left 
his stalled car. helped out hla 
would -be helper and wnlly 
watched him drive away, 
a a * 

Even chains needed 
treated with care. One 
motorist who braked too sud- 
denly on the Tolml* Hill made 
two complete spins before ne 
slithered to a *»o# ' faring 

hark the way ha had come 
> • • 

One motorist look IS hour* 
to driv# the two mile* along 
K*qiumalt Road from Fta«er 
♦ftlieet.t© the city. At one 
point, she encounteied five 
cars stalled side by side across 
the width of the street 
a a a 

The cold snap was fun for 


such a move and it la al#o evi 
dent that the value of ■ part- 
nership will have to be learned 
I the hard way before It ran be 
brought about " 


Underground Wiring 

r r 

Project to Recommence 


B.C. Electric underground 


Trenching and laying of 
ducts on Douglas between 
Cormorant and Herald la tha 
flrat work on this winter's 
program. 


ed in the snow yesterday hut 
wa* no fun for the mothers 
who had to provide dry clothe* 
and dry out the wet one* 
when their children came 
home. 

* a a 

A few of the motorists who 
preferred to u*e their own 
cars to go to work repotted 
children pelting snowballs at 
the cars as they crawled along 
The post master Issued tha the roads. A tightly packed 


Mail Set 
On Fire 

Penalty can he severe, the 
postmaster warned yesterday, 
for anyone caught damaging 
the mall. 


imiwmin standing In tha 
middle of the avenue 

A few minutes later investi- 
gating officers reported from 
ihe *cene tjrat the snowman 

wa* “GOA." whudr In lay- 
man's terms mean* “gon# on 

arrival. . 

* * * 

Skating and pedestrian acci- 
dents have followed the trend 
set by motorists Some 20 to 
30 children were treated over 
the weekend for broken bones, 
bruises and concussion 

One child broke her arm on 
the way to school and a 
mother cracked an elbow 
while playing In the snow with 
her child. 

a a * 

Saddest side or the * now (all 
la the shortage of feed tor 
Victoria a birds. The cold 
doesn't seem to worry them 
too much hut they are unable 
to forage for fond through the 
snow 

Greater Victoria bird krvera 
appealed for many more 
people to put crumbs and 
fresh suet in cleared place# 
for the wild bird* 


Don't Lobby 

Ho W rite 

lo v Says Reeve 


Oak Bay reeve George Mur- 
doch gave fair warning last 
night that citizens who wish 
to bring a matter before coun- 
cil should not resort to 
"lobbying." 

One petitioner recently 'In- 
terviewed me on the phone 
for » cot idorahl* time.’ the 
reeve said He learned later 
the same petitioner has been 
"lobbying among other mem- 
bers ni eoOnctl." 

The u*ual method of hiing- 
Ing a matter ot the attention 
of council, he pointed out. it 
to write a letter 

Councillors already give a 
considerable amount of their 
time in public service for Oak 
Bay without remuneration. ( 
think taking up their free Urns 
at home la hardly Justified in 
the majority of cases " 


warning while police Invest! 
gated ihe second case In three 
days of a fire being set in a 
mailbox. Thi* time, a few let 
lei-. irt a bo* at B#^iaid*on 
■a dim 


snowball can shatter a car 
windshield with ease. 

a * * 

Polh-emen were railed to 
Oak Bay Avenue and Red fern 


Carter \j>|>ointe<l 
To Oak Bay Post 

J 

Former rliy police commta 
atoner Gordon 11 Carter l*«t 
nitfht * .- appointed to tha 


and St. Charles were dimaged. last night lo remov# a large Oak B**i police commission. 


4 


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1 




at Bridgman's 


WOOLLENS * 


W * 7 CHOOSE WONDERFUL 

r <■* ♦ w ^ ^ '*¥!*' s - ^ to* 


EWcr Permanent Hall of Fame 


12 Putin (fnlnnltft Victoria, B C., Ts*s., J*o «. 1S5I 


Man Jailed 
inn Cornell 


Errol Flynn 
Keeps Going 


NEW YORK (UFO — 
Eight prominent women 
mdnriinK Queen Elualxdh 
and the l Hichev- <»i \S m<1- 
snr. were promoted yv*.ter- 
day to a {>ermflnent "hall 
ol fame as clothe* hors«*. 

For the first tame, the cou 
ture (roup of the Sr* York 
Dress Institute, which com- 
pile* the annuel b»-»i «1 itvmn| 


M F. N'HOZA, Argrntimi (ll'l) - Argrutine 
womanhood breathed a sigh of relief yr-G-riU), 
The -vtlfl kick man i* in jail. 

IliiinlH-rto Motor llnln Ign, HI. nm identified 
by a dozen of the young Indie- he had aanoyed. 

Iliditlgo opera led l»% dropping a coin on the 
sidewalk. If a young lady -looped to pick it up. 
he would da-h out n| hi- hiding place, administer 
a swift kick and flee on his bicycle 


out whether Errol wants »o 
lake toot someplace t«*o But 
I still don't know” ahe said. 

"Movie Mar* find It easier 
than other people to keep 
moving amund, she said. 
"They don I have to worry 
about finding »ohv Once they 
make a picture they can travel 
or vacation until the next 
movie aUrta. 


yearly list. 

4BO\ F. < O.MPARR 

Once voted to the hall of 
fame pinnacle of ehir a wo 
man la "above annual com- 
panion.' said Ihe institute 

Two young socialites one 
a tall, wlllowry blonde, the 
other a small brunette tied 
for top spot In the 19V! best 
dressed Hat. 

Top billing went to blonde 
Mrs. Winaton Guest, and 
brunette Italian Countess Fto 
dolfe jCreapi 

PRIM FH- MAKGARKT 

Other* on the M list: 

Mrs Henry Ford 11 . Prin- 
ces* Margaret, the Counteaa 
of Quintanilla an America 
born girl now living In Ma- 
drid; Mme. Arturo Lopez Will- 
•haw. Paris socialite. Mrs'. 
William Randolph Hears!, Jr., 
wife of the publishing execu 
Uve. 

Actress Kay Kendall and 
Mrs. Thomas Bancroft, Jr., a 
socially prominent New 
Yorker, tied for seventh place 

4 11) RE t M FPBI H.N 

Also listed were Mrs. Nor- 
man K Winston, New York; 
Audrey Hepburn, the film 
star. Mrs Stanley Rumbough. 
Jr . the Dina Merrill of the 
movies, wife of a New York 
Manufacturer: Mrs. David K. 


There * no rumor of -epara 
tlon. hut they couldn't be 
further aparl than Dean 
Martin and Jerry Lewis Flynn 
currently u vacationing in 
Cuba with friend* while Pat 
remains in Hollywood with 
their V year old daughter 
Amelia. 

When will Pat. a stalely 
blonde beauty, see her dashing 
husband again? 

'When I see the whites of 
hla eyes, I gue*a," she 
answered 

n*as uniform of ihe Royal 'That sound* flip, hut It 
adian Navy worn Hy the isn't. I don I honestly know 
am and his attendants was when we'U get together again, 
affect (oil for the ballerina It's up to him I love him very 
fth white nylon net and much, and I'm anxious »o he 
intilly lace gown worn By with him. 
hnde A coronet of Irl **W« v * bom been travellers 


A wedding of Interest was carols were softly played- Dur- 
solemnized in Our I-ady of ing the signing of the register 
Lourdes Church when Rev Pamela Roherls aang T.o 
Father J. Mrlzjin, Roman Forth With God' and “Av* 
Catholic chaplain at HMCS Marla " 

Naden officiated at the double 
On* criemony uniting Darlene C 
Flame. onJ> daughter of Mr. it 


Now Many Wear 


QCEFN KLIZAHFTH 


KAY KKNDALL 


Wind. 


those entering the 
hal) of tame "beesuae of their 
faufllesa laate In dreas with 
out oatentation or extrsv* 
gance " were 
Mr* William Paley. wife of Di 
the board chairman of CBS, 
Countess Edward von RU Mi 
marck. whose former hue- Cl 


band, the late lUrn*..n Wll 
bam* was one of the rtrhest 
men in the U.S.; and Mme. 
Jacques Hainan, - the former 
Con-uvlo Vanderbilt and 


Follow-the-Leader Styles 

w 

Spurned by Best- Dressed 


bouquet 


By MARY PR1MF 

NEW YORK (UP! i- W 


iys several mod. 
ing dress In d<f 


RF< EJTION H FI .ft 

Mr. Dale Blrrli. 


ba»*ador to West Germany, 
and Merle Oheron. the act re** 
who now I* \knr. Brunn Pag 
Hall, living in Mexico 

In addition to Queen EJua 
hath and the Duchess of 


pews were Wilfred Hudon. 
RCN. and Brian Buhr. Rc*N. 

Following the ceremony a 
wedding supper was served at 
the home of the bride • uncle 
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Roy 
Hutchinson 1570 Mortimer 
Street, for immediate relatives 
Later s reception was held at 
Hotyrood House where the 
bride's table was centred with 
a threwtlered cake embedded 


rrent f. 


The f. 
know y. 


WILLIAM RANDOLPH 
HEARST 


Bismarck- l 


eta i led Art re 
nfltted ly talk 


Cascode top 
front tumug 

— Transfor- 
mer pcmer-l 
ed keyed 
AG C with 
noise gale- 
three - stage 
IF A u t o-| 
malic black) 
level system 

— 30- 1 ub« 
functions. 


feminine 


>d for "fault 


^hopping trill » Solly 


a. Lands and F 


HEAR ANN: I was officially engaged to a success- t» <**e r*«. 
ful busine-ssman I can just see your eyebrows go up the moat 
when I tell you I got my diamond ring in 1048. 1 never dulge. 
looked at another man in ail that lime — although * 

«e\eral men looked at me My fiance cleverly avoided *’*'*[•▼ ** 
being pinn«*d down to a specific wedding date. 

Six montha ago a woman — generally 

w ho used to work wtth him feel should give him the works 


the hrtde wore a Ugh 
wool suit with brown 
•dries and pink carnal! 
sage. The couple wUI 
their home here. 


them a 


A.STASIDI 


Announcement . . . the Famous 


RELAXACIZOR 


Full Maker’* t.uiirantee 

AND 

WE GIVE VOr FREE 
90 !>«>*’ I nconditional Gumntee 
90 Days' Free Service in Vour Horne 
12 Month*' Warranty on Picture Tube 

At Low as *2" a Week 

REFRIGERATORS 

rmnuBM “pAf 

l ' »H rte l x- Npe.-ial 

FKIGIDAIR1 *3Qf 

ipnM 

nclGIDAIRF. 10.1 eti t! Cyclama *OQf 

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Ql lCKHtr/ * Cl. ' Me , v- Ip1( 

Re* trn» Special ^ 1 * 

Ql K Knir/ 10 rw f tpoi 

; Reg *»-**■ 

UO - ft 1968 model. *00< 

Reg $.189 95 Special 


vricod Item* 
pholatered 


Would It be worth the public 
stench* Give yourself a mental 
kirk In the pant*, men forget 
the whole ugly mew A law 
suit may make him look bad 
but It won t enhance your po*i» 


WAIST. ABDOMEN. HIPS. THIGHS 


ig-M. nompwi regu 
! 29. are telling for 
two pant deal in a 
t U selling for $129; 
uitin baby gowns for 
gularly $4. and fluffy 


1 mi have read about M in the lending mags sine*. NOW 
HAY K A FRKK TRIAL and aee for yourself! For 
Inform* H< m. write Suite ftft. The Rurrard Building. 
V a ncouver, nr telephone Ihe local Relax A-Claor Figure 
( onauttanl at 

KV S-1M4 


/// with 11 orry at 15 

■ 

out. please advise me. — 
MARION 

♦ e * 

Dear Marlon. Your doctor 
would be your best ally in 
this cause Ask him to Inter 


htful. 16 Inch 


'ey to compliment 


Dear Ann 


Actress Audrey Hepburn - 
Fitted, full skirted dresses and 
childish bark on the head hats. 


No young girl should be 
subjected to an environment 
ao disturbing that II makes 
her ill Rearing and disciplin- 
ing the children in the family 
Is your mothers responalhil 
tty If you can I cope with Ihe 
kldx you are not helping her 
or them A temporary *ep 
• ration would be good for all 
coocAned 


WASHING MACHINES 

IMIK | IRU * 1 0O M 

,th i »imp **t*erUI. with trade in * fcw 

link "-e« *r .■ 1*' I*'-- ..p.' c, 1 1 94 70 

imp Hpectal «"•> trade In I 

FAMOUS-NAME VACUUMS 


me. I knew 


family 


IT’S IN FULL SWING 


and had mnduct u 

ran lake Mother 
label them 
always «*v* 
not mind i 
kn-*w nothin 


er pun- 
:h she 
wll) They do 


t'pnght canister Vacuum Onner — 4-whcei dolly 
complete with attachmcnu. Thimv-away paper 
bag*. Famous name make. "CO* 4 ’* 

Me k Mb Bjm > *1. 

NO DOWN $425 

PAYMENT Only I week 


HEAD COLD 

Gripp* 

SYMPTOMS 


tAnn lenders will he glad 
to help you with your prnh 
lema. Send them to her In 


closing a stamper! self ad 
dressed envelope.! 

CopfnfSt IMS SUM a»l«r»'l>«i Inc 


-very week, 
her several 
Finally my 
nd I looked 


This coi 
hundred 
hair can 


DRYERS 


Now. the same thing is hap- 
pening all over again I told 
Mother I want to go live 
with Grandma. It's ao peace 
Jul over there I feel like a 
different person when lm In 
her houae. My Grandma 
wanta me. but Mother say* 
ahe needs me at home to help 
with the kids 

I'm 15. and T7I go er**y if 
I have to ll>e in this houae 
until Fm legally able to move 


Still AoinA stron&l Get in on these 
wonderful, wonderful Wilson savings 
on clothinA for Men, Ladies, Children 


1959 de luxe model 


Clearance of 

Christmas 

Colds 

A WIDE RANGE OF 
RFTTT.R CARDS 


AUTOMATIC WASHERS 


kr* the I SMI VBIMI>\lltr WASHER and ItRtrR- 
I it slrirk and nperatinc -<•» * denvm-1 ration TODAY. 
No Down Payment, aa los aa WH a Week. 


DOORS SWING OPEN 9 A.M 


Protect Vour Teeth 
From PI) 

-^and Keep Them! 

Mora teeth are Inst from the 
d ia saaa Pyorrhea (Ao* mil mkrr 
causes eomAinerf January 
Reader'* Digest reports why 
it's ao <mv to ignore until too 
lata . , . gi-ea the symptoms u> 
iook for | . end bow it nn he 
cured. Reiter still, the article 
give* 4 simple step* that ran 
prevent Ibis pe in lose disesae 
,Gat January Reader s I iigosi 
40 helphil article* of 


Cardinal fllati-lintd 
Ah lamatla Watar Haalart 

m gallon, with 10 year war- 
rsnly 3010 watt* •0Q" a 

Hpe< lal OsJ 

(.as Model Ilf Kitrt 


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W ehcor playw with 
dual sapphire*, 
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Thing, Trjihl, Gift* 
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Still llahe in Inns in Canada 


25-Ounce 

Infant 


WINNIPEG ter* I )"w ,-vr he *rtn • <! 1 •* peg and hia <(.in> tm of • lialmd 

dian hallet la artvanrtng but U opinion had heen colored hy of Mediaeval LoVf ’ composed 
1* mill a hahe In arm* lhal ha* experience in Eumpr where hy the elder Lholkar was wall 
»**. "ruddled and nurvd hallrl l% a "living. healthy art m*IVnl at the Edinburgh 
along," aaya Nenad Lholka. that la rwnturiM old.** Faalivml In 1WL 

h„lin m *.i*r of the Royal Mr *,*, * rtn „. • * * 

-Winnipeg Hal t. cla»m a* Yugoslavia'* lop hallri The father prnlrcN whm 

The rptlve of Zagreb. Yugo dancer before moving to Can- Nenad derided to quit unlver- 
aldvla. aald in an Interview he h* f ^ out wilh hia Eng ally aflrr two year* •»» ati/dy 


Unity \\ooi> tern — 

Rita Kan Carlo ha* sppa«*- 
enfly won a (l.htfl WW l« l 
l*al Me, tftiM tom reported yea- 
lerday. 

The Infant webbed only 


art In ihut country They I to acquire a general education 
operate a school for some 200 and enter ¥' “suitable" prnfes- 
atudent dancer*. alon. < 

# # # Tlte elder Lhotka now Is re- 

signed to the change In plana 
Mr Lhntka come* from an and t* looking forward td neat 
artistic family. Ilia lather la year when Netted and his wife 
Fran Lhotka. a noted Yugo- Jill hope to retuln to Yugo- 
slav composer and a former «lavla to visit. The 75 year old 
student of Anton Dvorak. enmp«Mrr also la waiting to see 
Nenad has performed several - fils young grandson, four- 
of hi* father's works In Wlnnl* month old Paul. 


died girls winking lot Hiltlxh 
European Airways have heen 
oideted In hoist their matron- 
length skirts next month 
Many of the clerks, hoa lea- 
ses and reception!*!* aie angry 
a l the new Inal luct Ion. 

NOT kONKOKS 

“lad « face it we re not all 
Monroes," said one senior 
flight hostess. “We’re all 
shapes and sires. Short skills 
will h>ok rldiculoua on some 


month* prematurely. lino 
lOr* %*»d at the timr her 
rhvniv* of survival were 
only one In five million. 

Today the daughter of 
Mario and I.eon,,ra Kan 
f ark* weighs 4 pound*. t 
■Hinte* and Is e aestful, 
hungry bah> who eats every 
three hours. 


dance when he arrived Id take 
hia present position in ISM. 


II omen run 
(j "fir (Junta 

If 4 M HI KG. t.n many 
(API — Denmark la world s 
leading cigar smoking nation, 
a survey hy the (irmun 
Cigar Manufacturer*' t»w» 
rtaiton Mnwvs. Nation's pec 
capita r*msuov(itlnn la 207 
cigars a year. 

"This figure would hardly 
be possible without active 
,o operation of Danish 
Home n." the a«MM l*ti<>n 
commented. 


Lady Douglas of Klrtlertde. 
,T* yea i old Wile of the BKA 
chairman and a forme* fa- 
shion model, told her husband 
lha gnia mid call skins are 
|oo long. 

GROTf>qi R 

“Tliey look grotesque," she 
•aid. "Tliey make me wince ' 
The giey • unllormed girl* 
wera told lo hike their skirts 
at least thiee inches so they 
a*e "one to Three inches be 
low the knee ” 

fly some airline stand* ids 
that a modest. 


'I was tired, 
draped out, 
ached all 


"Then I took 
this new 
kind of 
cold tablet 
from Vicks 
and... 


'A while ago 
my sinuses 
throbbed, 
felt M 
slutted M 


rries 


SLOUGH. England I Reuters) 
Hungarian hoi n Count Peter 
Ksterha/y. now a Canadian 
rill/en living In Vancouver, 
BC, waa married Satin day to 
Elizabeth Wilson, a £f year-old 
shorthand typist. “ 

They met two years ago In 
Vancouver. where the count la 


IOIM.CK I.INK 
« y he monish 

Colfax ReheMb Lodge No. 
1, IOOF. will join with Came 
flehekah l.odge No l\ in a 
] o I n t installation Thui art*)’ 
mmmenemg at T.10 p.m in 
the Odd Fellows Hall. 


biting two- mil* rare around Cad boro 
Bay on Sunday. Their nine-foot 
clinch v it. a tvpi.ial Frostbite "$hic'’ 
with scarlet black hull and 

canary >ellow Interior. — (Photo by 
Boucher) 


loe and snow lacquer wharf, and 
piling at Victoria Yacht Club as 
fmalbitSen Frttothite vwikvr* Mi% 
Mif|Ufriie Towrfshond (left) and 
Mi**. Maggie Homing bundle up in 
heavy weather gear and prepare lor 


Mis* Wilson lived in Fain- 
ham Royal In Buckingham- 
shire. 


Hardy Yachtswomen Ignore 
Snow, Ice in Open Dinghies 


buffered 


sh Army a* a phyalother- 
during the war. and has 
ting m shed record of aerv- 
it Burma, India Daly, Al 
i. Egypt and Palestine 


ROYD | Ue made a skating rink of the sweaters, to • 
wharves and a cutting wind and woolen 
’ T *'** knifed the air Olid salt bowled the III! 

i Sondav Uppmg at Ihe dock Froalhlle dingl 

•men *el p||ra to form thick oti a biting tw 

icicles * Replacing I 

L^wil But did lb* froat biter* . - v 

got cold. "BOOM" into 

k- care” Not muon. 

hr Floyal they were off. 

that the Wrapped In everything Tb >&---*•* j 

starting fiom ski pan»« and Indian , H|M> won ,, 

M Thick sweaier* piled on leaser M lH . T , 


WILLIS TRAVEL SERVICE 

IMM IMM t.I .VK EV t 47lt 


New Vicks Buffered Cold Tablets 


Garnet 

Birthstone for January 


The gem lhal U Ihe 
I) mhn| of constancy 
and faithful lose. 


*vt Andrew * Cathedral Couh- mevl. ' i P i I n f f » « Ms 
ell of (he Catholic Women a scheduled for tomorrow 
League will hold a rnffee party heen carolled 
in the parish hall on Tuesday * a * 

at 1 p m . Royal Road* Chapter. ! 

* * * will meet on Wednesday 

Oak Bay Council of |,»# p m at headquarters. 
Catholic Women a League will 
meet today at 8 p.ra. In the 
pariah hall. 


1. Buttered formula proved extra fast! Labo- 
ratory tests at ■ famous university proved that 
new Vicks Buffered Cold Tablets speed cold- 
and-sinus pain relievers out of your stomach 
all through your body extra fast. 


A beautiful garnet JcweJerV 
p-pre is lh* ideal gif' for a 
January birthday In our 
selection you will find a 
beautiful choice In lovely 
settings 


'' r ' little puata ahip* in a water 
* l ** ballet. 

| Inch for litiii the lively 
little host* aie the prettiest to 
The meeting of St. Joseph's y«» seen in local warais Out 
School, of Nursing Alumnae Sides of the hull* aie painted 
scheduled for tonight has | n vivid colors to conliasl 
been cancelled. With pastel Interior* the 

* * * gay sails aie import* from 

The New found! and Club will Denmark 

meet in the Orange Hall on • • a 

Thursday at 8 p m. Eko lkMi About #• tippy a* a half 

of offWyrra for 1950 will lake walnut shell, ihna ate oc 
place. rational spill* Into Cadhoro 

* * * Kin's hitler wafer*. but * 

The Jamea Hay Golden Age ,, -lrn | n. > m( stands hy to pick 

Cluh meeting scheduled for to up ih* unfoi lunate* who take 

mm row has been postponed tp* plunge. 

until further notice jy, r women alternate rare* 

* * * with their male Frostbder 

The annual meeiing of the f T1€n ,$ v using the aama 

ffderal Superannuate* will ne dinghies Tht* thillling. chill 

held on Friday at 2 pm. in «port takea place from 

ihe YWCA. November lo March each 


2. Helps drain sinus cavities, clear nasal con 
gestion . . . relieves f ever, headaches. New 

Vicks Buffered Cold Tablets not only reduce 
fever, relieve headaches . . . special dccongcvt 
ants relieve nasal congestion, help drain clogged 
sinua SAYiUCS- 


• Bracelets 


• Necklets 


Earrings • Rings 

Set 1* 10k Rold 


F.i Wren# A **oclat Ion. 
HMCS Mulsh*! Division will 
meet tomorrow al 8 pm In 
the Naval Veterans Auditor- 
ium* 


l»'i lh«a «rd 
atadhrailee all 
ik'oniV rs»f 
Mr <m r*kr>« 

ptiDiii coia- 

«<*a •••*• nil- 
•ties «•/»• rat*. 


3. Pickf you up fast when you must keep work 
mf^Siixnulating medication* relieve that tired 
dragged-oul feeling of a cold . . , help you fee 
more alert. 


Crtovi-nlrnl Terms — Million! Carrying Charges 


ranctS 


cold tablets 


hilt) 1 or oar from tha 1st 


BUFFERED 


The Old Age Pew SlonprS 
Group No I will meet fomor 
row* at I 10 p.m. In the K of p 
Hall. Cormorant St, 


D was M-iggie Kommg. 
Mr* Margaret Ashe and Mr*. 
Ruth M Utxleek who atarled 
Ihe •omen'll Fiusihll# dlsi 
sum in IMS. hut a dunen 
others now belong. 

A lady who h a a never 
mi ’MHl a rarsi I* Misa Jtvhil 
I who won Itrt fust ia«e 
this Bur.day. In Vleimia only 
four year*, she is something 
of a veteran yachtswoman, 
having done a lot of sailing in 
South Afina w here *he lived 
lor seven yeanc 


HALF- 

YEARLY 


The regular monthly meet 
Ing of WA 65 to Victoria 
Tv peg i a ph ical Union iAM will 
Oh held In the home of Mi* 
C Hmighion, "Yd Foul Hay 
Rond, on Thursday at 7..V) 
p.m. 


Continuing 
Our Wonderful 


Woman's Stylo Shoos 

Regular fl&M In $1 AM 

flamoua. Vitality 0 
and other famous 
makes. 


Woman's Stylo Shoos 

Regular 9IM0 to S2IJI.V 

Taradise kitten* Ramona. VI- 
tallty Amalfi and A 

ot he i tamous I # 

makes. ■ ■» 


Tlie VivIoiIm and District 
Cornish A<MH*»iaMon will hold 
the annual New Year party 
at the home of Mrs. H, Mick, 
laai Bay Rtieet, on Saturday 


of America s 
Smartest Shoes 


Womon'i Stylo Shoos 

A large group of ahnrt lines 
br'VlfaMty. Ramona and other 

• ••ioS 

Regular 110.05 f 

In SIH.0.Y 1 


Do List Dobs 

Famous atvlf shoe*. 0 
Regular IIXW 
In m.0Y 


The Empress Hotel’s 

roi'l LAR 

•SMORGASBORD 


A l^arga Group of 

Casual Shoot 

.Tovre and other lemon* name 
brands 

Regular 112.05 K 

to 015.05. W 


Ladits’ Smart Sllppirt 

•■Oomph leg" Bloom • E/e and 
olhei m.ike* 0 #% 5 

Regular to / 

RN. “ 


THURSDAY— 6-9 p.m 

P2.BO jn-r Person 

In tho 

EMPRESS ROOM 


Maka gr>od u«e of leisure 
time etr-a*c • eakw fol alghan. 
Fun to *ele<T fn»m yarn ar-rap*. 

CpKhet triangles )oin later. 
ft,«apha«ket beauty! Marvel 
ou« for vacation trip**, football 
game*, rold wtnler nighu. Pat- 
tern 793; m* hat dtrertloo* 
Send thirty five rent* In 
ix, Ins (*l amp* cannot he ac- 
cepted I for this pattern to 
Laura Wheeler Needle* raft D# ; 
partment. The Daily CoInnM. 
Mi Front Street West. Tornnto. 
Ont Print plainly panem 
numher. your name and ad 

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day iMii* rtn mixed *rm 
m »bb r rovi umjitu oi an- 
amtoo all rim or money 

RrrvNt>«« 

2v5 cords su 

bbttar woo© carnot M 
Rouuitr iut wi caji «um r 

CHEAPER WOOD u» BMmru. 
IMMEDIATE DBUVBKV1 


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Slobs and - Blocks 

2 Vi Cords- $12 00 

4 Cords $18 00 


CHAPLIN'S FUNERAL 
CHAPEL 

Kindt*** Ccmri«T 
US UuAdiA IUM 1 SV^kU 

11 monumental 


Colwood Fuel 


Handpicked Dry Fir 


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r - ufitcv m*«'u»rst uti**« 

. Mrmhor ■* Audi* ftutaao *1 Clr 


1 Cord $10.00 

•2 i Cords $19 00 

FIR SAWDUST 
3 Units..' $19 50 

by blower 

3 Units, bulk, $12 00 

FIR SHAVINGS 
13 Units $9.00 


MrCail U-w 

chapal on Tv* 
» m , Mo* C 


READY TO BURN 

rtR MILAJtON. SO'. I RAID* 

I* conn LOAD 111 

EV 4-2902 
DAY OR NITE 


MACLAOAN WIOOIMUIS 
-Jam** Malayan W*ad*t«wt»> 
Moved huaband t»f Hiida ted 
— ton at Ute 1»'» B*» tOOtonro-C 
Ut lkOil WMMrMIt M A , •( 
Mkdpny. r*rtk Bcoitaod M* 
!#•*<•* on* dauobtft Mr* W. R 
Bnnio.fomM. »iib U»r»* «r*n* 
lillrni* 

rui.'f *1 ttitVn VI •< star* • 
Chord*, oak lUf Hitt Wad- 
n.*do« Jan T 5* flaoXft, ***»•• 
Chablln • In *k»t|a |( at 

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WITH rUlWICRi 


n tim nan R.alroa. 
Ca.-ila id T‘ atwa A* ritwdli* U 
lihr* lin par uioar> «. Karh ad 
dl>. inoi ■«« l?< Kb. 


DRY 100% FIR 


BROWN’5 THE FLORIST 

novum mm rvcry iV carom 

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■V 4-Odll IV 4-MU ‘ 

N 14 M IV I Mil 


PLANER ENDS 

Sa4. hi til. ole if naiiMi 
Hand BMMI. na nmbtah 
t Cd M l‘a Cda . IU 

Aaaka rvai IV J-Mll 


EMPIRE 
FUEL LTD 


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ha ilamiHji ut Vlrt-iCia IV-raa 
•hail opt ••■wad tba cnaroa 
ha apac* w-tualtv towM by 


Bl SINKSS 
ri.HSO.NAIA 


» SITUATIONS WANTED M II HINKN* M lVICP 
MALE 1 c T LOKtJMkl* DCCORATOMI. 

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Ora* Hair lloat«ra« Raaiari 
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>JEW YEAR SPECIAL 

NO. 1 FIR 


nthMSOr PLHUCATUiX 

Th* VROono r»aaa U4 anait a* 
ha uonM hr »*> inaartk m A any 
•d*atiiaam»nl l*)ia* <ha anuiunl 
0 »M M aarh morMtaarBalK 
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•aoimaAihaa m C*J»a«U 
t anta'ti'JOitlaa I'd 04* 

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tltlohx *,n>*Ta«iu muat •»» 
pbrauolir IK. untur SJ. 

a hl«h a>*iou| Mltra 
iali a. tin* fail potihtilar* 


mi WATCH AMD JKWYLRY 
rrpaira IHt» 4*1*4 and ail mrt 
|iuitan4 Mail irdrra promptly 


IT' LlWtCTHS IA*Y TO &UT. 
AlUOUtRLY MO CKDAR 
COCO TOR AlirAROcMD Ml 

1 CORD $6 00 

2 Vi CORDS $10 00 

Dry Shavings 
2 UNITS $6 00 
Fir Sawdust 

rwv rlb-acrcemid n* >M 

M. I'M PER RAY AAWVTLL* 

2 UNITS by blower $10 

2 UNITS by bulk $7 

AGRICULTURAL 

SAWDUST 


VEPklM OUTTIRK 
oiaaiar and macao 


IV MUI 


Iiujb. tum. . 
pa*a4tm IV_« »M« 

BEER BOrnjpi iu 
>ia*Vae« Va*i«-i t*a« 
Jwnh. MM l>r»Aali 


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Raaaan Ca . MR Duaamair f.tm. 

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TV «- Mil Tarter A Ca . Ml Fart 


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COMPANY 
nm trade DRpARnowrr. 
141 If l*«tR Rtram. 


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PHOTO •RORAVJRO 
Rail T*>ca — l-lar kad Cater 
•atrarido— C«a»*nlkl Art 
TRLARO IMORA WRR 
Ul Pbmbmka J*a» Eatem Dau«‘»a 


• 1 BUILDING Kirn IL3 


.I f » and Lornard Haad <d VV 
i.iria. •>• eiam*' imdiaa. atan o 
waiar IM laiMM 

rn*4Ho haorta. tervicoa wiU So 
•id tn i ho OipMl »' 
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in T*E k» t« IB Ro»- Cap* 
.lar Wiiiia .dUrtalia* MtfCdU 
r-a f unarai Ihfarl-ra UA 


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HUDSON 


M SITUATIONS WANTED 
^ FEMALE 


»■' tm* « SALBUIKN, agents 


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• iii aaoy .il haip ollO AawteOOrV. 
PuU» dat.rday «r •'•day 

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r m.a* >■••’•♦* ut *ha air 
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2 UNITS~ 


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W r* a#*d W. 6a.a»*d hoaband 
aria T M*tt a( S41S Hr- 
Bin Arana# Vara 10 MM- 
ftalj Or t and A rmidml o( 
Vt larta (a* II »aara •mado# 
Ate aifa bo !»•**• t*a mate. 
Tvriim Jar Ra*rt* In VWloria 
•no WUmat RltteM *H*fi >» 
ta.aarf AHA loo 4i«lu»'« 
Mr. kl tram A WJ*. •» 
rnatdaaca and MUA Loab DoUra 
Raavra of Cold Ula Alia . UMI 
arandt Juldran ta Calvary ana 
brathar Adrian Rmar*. a! fW 
pjtt dark . ana matar Mrv » 
W Ruliirm*. ta hr* Waatmto 
at at 1C 

Pu Moral aorriro I" RArwvri * 
ChkBOt an Taaaday Jaa «. k» 1 1» 
p at teiarmOM* la Royki Ok* 
Ruitol Pair Rulprruod oar Aim 
ad malm tftaaal 

Va'rOIRRTL-- ta waa* VMMnror. 
B C aa DtflBHf >*• *•••• 

CDnotlna Oalte laaMtUl M*d 
taa maaUta Dirrirm br bor 


ADIC 1 AL rwacr yrxT * ox 

LAN<;rR guAvnnn 

BONE-DRY 
FIR MILLWOOD 

1 Cord $8 50 

2 Cord* — $16 00 
Also Bone-Dry Alder 

For Fireploce 


CltARrrTTRJK nUAYCAI«* TRK w*m »m* 
I rmrn Mm» !*>w c.wad Will mn»a ptwiBtam 
Torada) ian. 30 


c. j. McDowell s&A^ggarn 

PLUMBING & HEATING « EDUCATION 
LIMITED 

We Sell We Install 
We Service 

Douglos St. EV 3-4 138 


S4 MALE or FEMALE 

■ELF WANTED 


M IT f* in ' I Mr and Vrt I. 
>#ft at Rnyoi J gi alm li vfa'a). 
N.rt.cta RC nrramiirr b' )rbr 
a Ctrl. Orhra Ana. 7 i'« 4 •»» a 
um f.c t na *<vt Nlaltv TSaaba 
la Dr B*a«#t; amt tta.7- 


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M rbakdnm Nappy- iwaltHM 


PlfTRWyTKRR AP1WT *1 
0* C«4«tM«il i Md te n MaaotiAl. 
Bard la. R-C FRO parM^Mra — 
paatara at atfWa at »ba l.i»u«*»«- 
teo CtNBaUaiOM. *atea.i rw»f 
am* Rarrtca and P-* O«»ro Ap- 
ply *• Cirtl Rmrrtra C-mmiAatm. 
Vtb Door. Ul* W o*or«M Rt . Yv»- 
INlM k. * C 


BINGO . 

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t OR f>trt «#*• r*b Baj. 


n rxrtwt'tczn ty 


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Otprao Waal TbWk lnnilat.'w - 
Papal -aMdoted fork aavl baiu »»r 
walk and ratline* I ' ihteb rar. 

ta * N I* - *»M 

Mura C»n-Ca*rt»«a«*d CMflbaa d 
(arm Hub alnabiin fOC. Rh»* V 

1» avr- PH H rt — VO 
Aloainua Poll RM.Iwtiro In.uia. 
tlOR BUH an atira rHtetlu bar. 
Mar andar ZoMdltte »» BarAvnol ar 
RhaaililBt patwr IM V0- It Pf 
•aH Par rati .. 

to-kd rail* par ran H *0 

M rail* ar a»#r. par rail |l )• 


BALLAM & RAWLINGS T1UW 

LJMTTRD 

YOi'R 

rU'ldMIKO kM> irBATTMO. 

cvrru 

prompt Oar* ira 

papal -t Raaodiltav. h»o If »■»» 

FOOD WART* DttteJRn* 
RPFClBURTR 

DO VO ' JIB RT AT ROl'HDABOtn- 
ft i .ova (V « 1041 


VXPDUBNCBD COACH IRO 


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R Ban if. too Oalirtraabt Ara- 
nu* •* •! Jataph t Ma.pilaa aa 
Jas I lUt a ton. Bnara H»t 
bar* Tharikd to Dr Vanilla >rj 
And aaiarnllf Molt tna-jraj . 


WOOD — WOOD 

DRYLAND FIR BLOCKS 
AND SLABS 

13 INCH LKROTR. 

Cua-an -a>l Aa PU and Corn 

2 Is CORDS $1195 

5 CORDS $23.50 

SPLIT WOOD 

au. nx 

2li CORDS $11 95 


OANCTYO 


RrrRTOBY CR- »itna naaa Wr* 
taor auiar lay Aar, »«m ta 
W A alii C J tka«'.ub*. dark* 
Raad B'rtitvvod . Rar Jabs 
arr • 1MR Thanaa *a Dr 
Wit* tad * , *lf 


BUSINESS SrKVKW 


' Etevotor Operator 
Wanted lmmedto»ely 

FWAMBf par ana* try rmart ai 

paaraaea JV-te faafa a* M 

Pi #aaa opptr frrwaMl OfJlo*. V 

floor, HadMMt Raj Ca . V if tar la 


FUEL IS EXPENSIVE 


PITT & HOLT LTD. . 

J VUJIAU. Prap 

I'M*! N»at n* iaa a.teUama 

naaa rapait*. al.aa* aiatal park 


1 ENGAGEMENTS 


!• LOST anti FOUND 


aary k. IWd MM 

irat VI R*r»l Oak 

Banda Mor'.uarr L*m- 

■ bar (a at arratava- 


Jil'D AJOBCRO Mra P J Fla id •» 
TUlai W) -VciOWMi- • tba *»••«•- 
rural of hat aadar daaaVaf “•« * 
L# «-'!• Bau.it « it m Mr 4larr» niratA 
W Or4|»t flirttat*. waa *4 Mr 
J A MjnbariL MrttbaalB » C. WltdC 

t av Mra R CampnaU V»rt-» ite Caia 
C Tba aaddim a tad 

pta • Janaory Jl at 8i Ui» • f i».a 

A"*l!t*B Charrh _____ 1M4 


URT RCW YUAN S DAY. RWW 
af 12 * poarU with dun, md riaap 
Ntrtenmd Bawh'Dnra TraMrtt ■* 
Tan Milo Pani aiaa PhaMM 

(RMn 


COAL SPECIAL 

y Mr I IM pat (MB 

y lamp fit Jl par tea 

• klnAUm da lira rad al'h 


CORDS 


AVON 


TWO DAYS ONLY 


t»r. M<* -• ^.< 1 ,^ 1 *. i* >••« mA rwteM doming Opportunity 

M bald ta " - ^ __ . , |n|«iat<Ha tod Mrr • lc« 

.. ...i cha- U3RT SATURDAY hlORT LADY V 4a _; . nu 

'I*', ,r1v diAMtead rim In ted rv waaBmam IF** Tarter M *’ 

•m-iattna Vl B-MIte R-‘ OR #-IIM R •- niCtPTI' ,hs 5T ROOK nrfl* 

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LCRT JVRFVdfC XMAR CRtTY t.r*ltera arabn jt'^aMa Yrat 

teathnr raa# r-artaai-m mratea WUI hBadwrUim «*A 'nWl .gg* 
%NRS .. ... tdra<lflc«ll‘ *v IV M- l « ' » » te> • an «•< » 

, _ ” - b i.«r waab *wt«dn*d *unda«» •"« 

fr.atala and t* ST - NLACIC LAMUDCW DDO, Mate)* *4 AA te-« 

ndnaaa And A*a f Hvaahn no miter Lao* atera Kv <y tn own hoodwrsi.m J* 

na a [ :«ikl-d •cmj'M t*B). naar Admlrate HtteA lao Ytbfb I.tef CHib 113# ttearli 

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SAVE HEAT 


BEST FUEL 


MARRIAGES 


HARKNET7 FUEL LTD. 

BY « M41. IY I- (Ml rn Fbndbra 


THIS IS THE TIME 


BUILD RKFAIB A.HTTMIBO AL- 


UP-ISLAND DRYLAND 
FIR WOOD SALE 
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY 


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IN* fnamr.*' " rv ' r * 

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rdnliii** llain ate ramuy 


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CARBDt Atn> PKOWRipdAL 
• oteao ittrartim, otabttteaa. 
ratmbte •* atute F**"«. 
•ackad bv »4 tette IH"!, 
tteoal adrarliklBd pro«ra« Tra.a- 
ter jirar. eaaaUoat pay acmte »»'“ 
■OMir'.oniibt af r»P'd ndtaa*#- 
otanl if tub iiuollf » • ad MM 

teadaMh P A«# »-•* Car arm. 
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DEATHS 


Cdtir BJm-tad 

»-dtar H r j 

C-aiuai C-Oteto 


Parker Jobnston Ltd 

ui* broad rnutrr by mi 

RaafiBR — lamia (tea at *kd vi 
Itterr ottr t* itet* aambi" 

at partan-a to atend TW 


mis 

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CBU AI yard H prliiy Ml I 
papM tail 

KIRK COAL 

t'-S RWJITMALT Rt'AD 

rw*. bv lux • rv . »m. 


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Malta aaboni am Tata It y JTawo 

GR V NPl 


tnatA ftaiabim 


iratT goidicy cnrxpR ipayifu 

HraaOMoa* arm t*ta«w knitn* 10 XM 


oPfhtRTiYmr 

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g MAT) wttb «i "Hal H* 
»v *n mate tn** MaM t***a 
■•at ravwwau'y *te te 
r'ldiywr. roattmr- 
»r>aoa FV mu batyaan II 




ROon.tu UDTtO IRBULATIOH. 
ROOF AND OUTER REPAlNd 
CAPITAL CITY ROOrtHf* 

IMS OAK BAT BV l-MI] 


MAlJi HF.t.P 
WANTED 


NOW BUY FOR LESS 

Boat Quality Dona |/wba — WrtV. 
kr.-an Utcvaand brand "tbular 
•tyH aaa» and «tp«B M nwuL 
Yaa'II apBrariaia tba teadarn da- 
mn* vfd te mt 

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•2 imaLUMOUl tor 

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KITCHEN 

Will Give 
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of 

PLEASURE!' 


“ — SNO W! — SNOW? [ 

BEAUTIFUL SNOW— I 

SLEIGHS 

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5* «•» $2 39 

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I VUnOHlA O0HCAR| 


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OVERSEAS 
CARS LTD. 

(lonuri.) K.U. MMani 

"FIAT'* 

Sales ond Service 
Only •. 

$1498 

Complete 

NEW YEAR 
SELL-OUT! 
ALL USED CARS 


SPEEDWAY 
* MOTORS 

Trades on the 
Amazing 

Volkswagen 


MORRISON 

PRICES 
ARE LOWER 

JUST LIKE THE 
TEMPERATURE 

55 i£SF ULL% _ $1245 


EMPRESS 

MOTORS 

TRY THESE 
SMALL CAR 
SPECIALS IN 
THE SNOW 


PLtMLEY 
CAR • 
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Imported 


NATIONAL 1 JAMESON 
MOTORS MOTORS 

START THE LTD ‘ 

NEW YEAR 58 ... $'645 

Rir;wT 57 Sfvirm. *1295 

IN I Oil I C J 1111-114 A* — CQO«i 


Cl A HILLMAN - 

• * 1 '*'* brm, * r ■* ’ ' r -y VOCUA ALtk> IH L«U J- 1 . . . . . . ^ Br4»m — — — •— ' "* 

53 Zephyr ...» — $850 54 JJJSJ *’**“ $ I 295 55 57 "K' $ I 495 ’ IN AN 53™“"" _ . $695 

49 Au.tm — $195 55«s5i“4ssr , _ $1295 a.- *'3f 5 7"sr “ *°t,r 7 T a i used car S2£r“ $495 

55 Vou.Kail' 55,'r'.L*^. SI 395 53Lii>^“.. '’Sri, S“- $1475 51^“*"' $395 

cZo . 5U95 532?—“ ~$U9S 53 S589 57 ,' 3 75 58 54 . $995 


$895 


56 VounHoII C 3 umon S99b 51 "t****" •*»•* $299 56 J * OUA " x * l4t “L "“ 7 30v i .^-aue. cioo 

~- ,14M < 55"”*„ _$U95 SOUS 0 "”— * $299 57 $2 1 50 53 **'**• $995 

53 “'' cury , 1050 _ $1495 49 Sr.— $249 56 * " - $l365 58 EM/?. $2350 53 ST™ — $895 


CAN .NNTAU. TH* PtNI-UTT IU|>Ai ^ ~ 56 VoU»holl 

.... . . ,/ All Tpye* •! Kev» • «"• M* • »** ••***•••- VelOK 

KITCHEN $1699 53 Mercury 55 fST’JS. _ $ 1 495 49 $249 56 •* — < *■ J,J6:> 58 'r p r.*:.’“. $2350 53 2.'^" $895 

UNITS ‘ r'T’i'VKS CSSS IKS- 54 S“JrS5;. r 2r.Z. " 55™— "445 American Models 58"“ 52 ZZ* . $495 

Tn T, STW8 stjssS-R msa *3 f«4 55 ™™— TOP VALUE Amer,CQn Models 58 r* $2595 57 $1095 

SHI'S L? — ' 5.==.- CARS “SC “ 8 ® »=“”*« 55 = W ““- 

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Kitchem 


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ond See Our D>*play of mm **"•£** »• -o k>nu m.tiim •.«•*> u 

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W. R M^NZIES ■■■ ja-IS,. $799 53 Bu.ck 


Sedan * 5695 


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911 FORT 

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DODGE- 
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For Sure-Start 
Top Condition 
Dependable 
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USED CARS 

n DODOS NoreJ n»Hlw 1 M 


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Sovb 6666 eooor 

53 Srdon 51095 With Vi Morrison ^ 339j 

5. Bu.cv SPECIAL 58 Buick S 

Sedon 5895 Low Price ond f Aau*it^ ,#r cN?ia 

Fo*a» ■•arrtai e» 

55 Chev High Trade-In ^TSQ 1 

Sedan ^..51395 Mean* Smaller ^ 

54 ’Chev Dollar Difference 58*-PontiQ€ 

Sedon — 5H95 .. ro)lo $1445 s-oaar «mm ^ 

52 Chev cc umoR t «v»r. 1144s \/7Q 

Cnune 5795 n , _ 7, 

* cc rtavNOLrr $144S 

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Mai wan $1735 30 — »*•»». $1495 

55 Cadilloc 55 “l'°ll595 57^““™ 7*$1795 S™ ~ $495 

*«U 54 SsT *$“345 54 £^: **“j 8 95 jameson motors 

54 Err;- ‘““$1395 55 E^.“ 0 ™ , * °“s, 595 «• mp-v* ■** 

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Do DUICk bpecial C4 DODON « D«ot M.i«» err*h r <-> rmm flit tiOS BlCbt, Ul L/aMr QRM1M 

♦ •Dear IMrn-a, . $1195 *> U Cawpa h .. J Bi^.l Ala. NuUltMaa OR T MSI 


54 S“sT *$1345 54 £ -j 8 95 
54 Sr^-‘'°*13« 55ESr" ' °~s 1 595 


53 .rvo..A«R $|095 52 ■ *i 9 Vs . — 

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CD CAOlU-AC 4-tMar Ranaa ^C Bonn AC taurantun t-Dnac. TRAII.KKH 

irS“-T‘ ” ob',5 55 •a" ' $ 1 695 

‘•itu.- HI LO TRAILER 

CDBABH Mata*iaa*t Bad. a JJ tania a. a C 1 QOA 

^’i.-* $1295 — Sl8 b SALES LTD. 


$3595 


A I. R H 

$995 


1*1 TKKKHANO 


•iraiatbiaf 

4-Daar Imm AuiaaMtM 


. Coupe 

52 Pontioc 
Sedan _ 

51 Pont'OC 
Sedan .. 


J 795 56 *r , .rr..., $1445 

56 “T.r $1795 


$2795 

57 Buick 


«t>vf Min 
IH iwtliai Wara 

$2795 


CT BORTiAC Lriaaa 

4 Door A*4an 


$899 


SALES LTD. 

Fresh Stock Daily am 

«i M cart ana tfj.it es4 oa#r» 


53 Plymouth * 55 ^ , __ 

Sedon S895 r^.V.r $1495 

, c a rtrrvRot^T Ramtan Cu aa. 

52 Dodae Po»*r*Lvj#. NO' »U*r .n* 

S795 $1495 

^ 5622“ $1595 


flfl r cc mrvRourr rani* ■9*- / 

S695 J6..n S174S 

Baatar > 1 7 D CC g u j C U 

cc nmmr udix di JJ DU,tA 


rMlali unarm 
Auiaatatt' Ra*#r Biaarla* 
a.*« IraiM 


Ma. M»»f tlaar.n* 

- SU95 5239b 

„ AV/ 71 58 ST;, ,V.:L 57 n,n jijrtL RR*m- b 6 Plymouth 

'HUDSON'S BAY SW^T ! 3CTL L ' 43695 

COMPANY ' 56 .T ilS93 SPEEDWAY 57 r::„ $1795 $1495 

AFTTar.a 8 < U 1 a BCAVKK S TvHL* IA# POCR ranm haatar 

_ — a* tu.. .14 M. I« Ml nesR CC AROUA a imw, nv.i MOTORS EASY TERMS TOO' C4 

uunoi 1 a f m ct c tao’o OAI on DRLMB a^ ^ - - ”* $895 \ 56 Dodge 

WOOL JACKET i tuM 1*4 t^a-a-JU raamtae 10 IIRFH TRllCKR fuaar 

War . - . t ARAL COAT I. 4 AS CJ ^ * ‘ C f-- * "*** YOUR UbtU ' KULhi Cu^ U.W 

£4 *.^1# “w *mu** .'L *" * v * 47w _ Nani, hf., $795 %/ ii A7 <-»«tvRourr » i«. $A95 C140*; 

« • aa a.s a- aaailBS b*m uia*. >-o» ra* r U>i»0 VolKSWQQGn ^ T, ' ; °* * L ^*** T * $14/!) 


55 5S*-*": $'495 

C7 n.VMOUTN SHii ran.a 

$1795 


Cl rrVDWtICM Ca»"ao<« * .*n cart t.n uwkt anil opar- 

srr. -r- $849 30-Day Exchange ^.r'.’TSw;; , L 1S.1S 

51 $675 No Poyment Till £ , TrK , 

T .February, 1959 

Transportation 

49 Chevrolet S295 50 JSSW r'"** ^695 *Z 

50 Meteor «..S32$ 54“^Tms^. «.• *££'**'? 

__ _ — ,,, c JOinTraw S2295 *> •' " * MMtt r-M IR 

50 Pontiac >355 Mtt“ l 4 Oalr ■*'*■*-'*' »h* tui w<ni«fc< aai •»*! 

51 Ford S495 55 J795 , s? STms r»bs 

52 ^u»ck . — 5735 53^0^ ^ $900 XU i^^?HnrtSS 


$1595 

JEUNE BROS, 
or toevonu ltu 

PROVE «v 4 TRS 


YOU'LL SAVt 


1061 Yotes Street 
EV 4-7197 

H0RW00D 

BROTHERS 


Aa B«c:*taitt MaiaraoArat 


tM* S', rat aooatit iM CaatB 
Una* Daaot 

T. EATON CO 

CANADA LTD 

PAINT SPECIAL 


$895 


(\a«< **nm -Saw Pain* 

$595 


».**.«• “is .^"Se *viam Kama bos' at $795 »/ I. 47 CNRVROURT J MB $£95 ^ 1 JQC 

a* arU a* HW'i r »*.U 0 tji*> .-••o'A AAI r LORO VoIKSWOOGH ' TBH Oa a LaaSar ^ S I A/D 

ticoc D *"* i * l - - — — - j 1061 Yotes Street n f AI CD 53 S?." 0 SL VU " $8 45 

IFI INF BROS Jijrw eoi jw r wrL £V 4-7197 57 $1495 52 Dc SotO 

JEUNE BROS. NtBviiT vacvtm m ww , Open ^ven<na* Till 9 ~ i 

or VlCTvHl.A tm AOC Laamc. BOB part fv«»m i ./smmr/M I Ai-aa«w> -R»a 

A^vrV LARUE 95 1 Yates EV 5-2415 MORRISON $895 

YOU'LL SAVt H0RW00D Chayrdtr - Oldtmob. !• ^ 0 , dsmob ,| e 

• ’ * BROTHERS *■ ■ • ■ 94:i t0!<i ev3-iiob •• §m 

• '*•' “ 8.0 Johnson street SMALL CARS I $595 

Una* Oaaai (HlCkRAA »TR AA«X V« U« *-.,. " . ‘ 

»K_Ma «n m I EV 3-6113 »# COMMA* vab. 

T r A TAk I car chain* SUIT VANO04RD tStrM ‘‘JmAN , Over 80 Cars To Choose 

• EAT0Nj C0 u ■ VOLVO DEALER : OLSON Lm-A« mol«, ond 

— !Tk",'-nno“ uoim Guofontwd Tfod*-lnt MOTORS 

PAINT SPECIAL "***** m *** 5 r * r * 59 Pt-TMOUTR. $2850 »• » I ! MAN mo» r 30-Doy Worronty 

t'.J ..Jr,.. 4ss *“ „ XfJSL. *2395 •* assurt ^ - « City of Cars -» 30 .dov e . chong. 

DtM«n .B'J-n «9U.r» •' . J/ tr I H n . >ZJTJ imH nu tbraatHawt »♦»$ _ . - , , 

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, 56 1"*"” 1 ™j)595 „ KKVa*aiU““ ' *“ The greotest auto- a Good 0«.i Mor. 

Me & Me paint dept wantu> 56 5*? $1695 “ ,-m mobile shopping 

**** 0,> >1 >v 4 ‘j - 1 wr in mV sku t**™* 55 $io 95 ” _ rn centre on Vancou- EMPRESS 

“ MOl BRWBU ratal hw-> B “ M VANGC4RD BtD«M a , All U ^ 

VANCOUVER ISLAND 5 .. . SS 55 FSfi T*? $795 M ™*4W{- - ver Island All M QT0RS 

u4--» — 54 rf. 0 . $1095 ■S&oBrfrf «o». “ ‘ quality used cars Lytsj 

' » - • rrt ^ ^ a.Anr «»'’«? Battaritaa HIM « « « t^OT AT OllADDA 


ABA FOR PRANK Br.4. RAM 

PLIMLEY'S 

1010 YATES 
EV 2-9121 

Open Evenings 


Cl PiTMOi-ni B*naa C QfVT M"* n* •« tita fnn 

53 ransa hnaisr <XU 

J 7 r*OfX» Sanaa II t I OR __ *S*S Oaa Wdrwa 
^ 7 vara ew«d C*mt ■* 1 Mil Orw ttaniwaaa, *»w 

5 z HMXMAR MB. Wjmm ~ ‘SfiaBT 

... - $995 VAST 

C*V VANOdABD tlOF IM1I aa-Iy iftrncaa hUrR etTla, 

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CO VANOdABD tlOF 1HH aarly tarncM hl*R atria, 

J4 ^„ F H ^ J7J imtft.Ai dlfrarati- taa tM Itaa# 

_ _ «f panan auaaapMra M »»T 

52 nnXMAN tanas. $395 ••'SR ? twira won *i naa oral 

W» taa- itr m irana fumi'wts 


_ w* caa.vtar m irana rura jra 

M MORE TO CHOOSE •" *-**‘i* "•*« ut faOy.fata 

rvsumc »v/ ^ a I* nan at •*/»»-. am*. 

..ad ala mMtAl .* it! ft ' I'JM. 


IS COMMA* VAR. 

aaed aUUlT — 
M AUBTIN PADAN 


•• ?*j- •• I VOLVO DEALER ** »», 

LADVS rCM TURK SKATKA AS V V7L. V — V ANOC A*D BADAN 

«• mi *v J4*« • . _ . , . ataaii in* __ .- - «»* , 

■ — Guaronteed T rode- Ins si mgnbis convarttbl*. 

ucCLARY mio ucnuirr ... am 

raaniUMi taCVUtC* «S IMS PM t CQ PLYMOUTH $2850 »* H I I MAN KADAN 

PFXS1A* LAMB JACltAT OOOD **■ 1 ** * ,M raiular MSI -I- — MSS 

r •— 57 5% ?•'«*• $2395 “ _ .... 

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? $ 1 595 *> nniM*R skdan 


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Oal»o*« GIRLS nOCRB SKATRR SIZB « c , . yum-TM Twtar Run. M ACWHR PICKUP 

KIV OLO „ |v « XM 56 V_ I , r^tr- ■»*-» awaallt ra^a 

B n smoi-s ■ $159511-. -vv 

Me & Me PAINT DEPT WANTED 56 ^ S 1 695 “ 

MAS *>*«:•** AV t mi -.-.-.-a, niltm CC VOUtSiOW C 1 OOR M 


0C§0N 

MOTORS 

City of Cors 


NO CHAINS! 

NO SN0WTIRES! 14 
WHEN YOU 
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a*»n •*» modal r ara p a-Jta. 
a, .mina tat* *•*!! Haw*— It 
your t radii i* e*ad a«n »aw ara 


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TBamaa «*-T«s Pi.-anb ii*» aa<A«sfR« ta a»a*.»t awa 

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$ 1 595 » Rn.tHAR SAD A « 

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Aa. *” Trraia 

MAIS ELECTRIC 

ini Caa« ttraat AV I 1UI 


54rar°’-_ $1095 RON. quality used cors . i 1959 

mT ■ai“*“ in!4 * ^uo 53 y**?-. $ 1 095 *• ^guaranteed one FORT AT QUADRA LLOYDWAGEN T S 


$1095 MJSWff*;™ RON — “Equality used cars 

# i rvnc ,im nrwi 


The German Wonder Cor 

• • Rrlth 

Front-Wheel Drive 

JUST ARRIVED 


II PtHd %-Tm P»a*I mm «M» R**tica 

t* pars tadan Dr..«art. U »1*» ta-r* aula* saett •>« H.ahaar I 

** ^f?*nr* W, b **‘” M*‘ - — 1 >4 ■ — 

triangle trailer 

m ™ r . r. .... S »: SALES LTD 

-M Marc Pic Aw a matat. - . 

n^d. I'Li award o«i» ii Mt Jonuory Sale On 

M Pard S-Ta*. r Ht A-l SI sa« i 
1 It Pard >» Tna rtaraa.da -H Mi FleetWOOd, 

i* Mobile Hhmes 

OPEN EVENINGS i*r ma w^t. 

RPvlS wrta J iwdrwi waarwr u • 

r,. i iM-te *T*B at*. I Wdtta IVS» 

EV 4-8174 EV 4-8178 o.ir wta Jars h ji« 

modal WpS a»tt»f .. Uta 
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SEETHE 
1959 'LARK' 

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Dealer* fnr Uvor***'"** 
rtratmond and Mnra 
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pwr cilTCi raa PV I Mid 


AV I 1US r« r* «a an WI 'rata 

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Reconditioned Washers 'uLsharti ¥ v «sa u 

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Rd*« aG-mra ta a— Bus t Ai-NTLU » *Htta*£ 

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M>a~ «v i -tali r ash PMD rriR 

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HOBBIES AND CRAFTS 


nUOD.C3Pvn.ur — • 1 - . W J&T MO < 3 DRAWYB. 

par AH 34atal Kna Worr und mat* I fllln* eaBIMt 

I O mota* Tram Atmaam pv s-*tJi 

^nn «<» traMr Kua ann ; 1 

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Thy Cara liana SoMkrr. Or* .1- < Delta radial aa» PK 

Tn i via* bl ky i-Tac rvvjr« 

— — wivrr.n ctramvani pattkr* 

RPtClAL -BACON RIKDILH 1 <. . >'>»•» C R MW* . | 

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^K v"sU L M,W 4> 52 SWTTW Btn Wf. J495 CSRS OtARANTTAD 

51 r $795 '58 Plvmouths 

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JOOO ISN’i* SLR Art AdJCWT H ijiiii-H Viauit 4-U Ibrm Pm HHOpH I L AK“LIN L7 

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ta y-r Rraat It M*r» •» Variaa-d-Sl J****' ' . ' Ik. I\ /TMTADV 

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a** 0-0- M krai an aaakl M .•.Mr*. Nan Irak Rra «*• 

4*<p akrr* aaad ha. »>«*• Hm hk aa4 COdOA 

aaaa aaimarni* a»4 arVMN .. •»., R«* irr».i SO^UU 

2raa “* C * J*. ran}? K' C Cl— IV *n*. IV :am» 

Pv.i arm $14, /UU ■ 

Mr Da*u. RY 1-tlkA aa.UaM 

CAPITAL CITY 

■Iran la P*»B*»t» A raplnn* nr t | TV 

ran i**alad Rsadrai bam* a.«N. KfcAL I T 

r r»*a and fall kaaaaarai On _ _ _ 

.«x* Iran waaa a ra* ra* RIC«ra.rr!»» tv « i*M 

•Ilk II td* daaa <7000 

Mi pm. w f vAA/ GDRGF 

P O n. l ra RV I IIBA ABrtlraa VJX-rrtvjt 

-I CAPE COD STYLE 


TMA .»l.Kf SNlKL. dd »> M.,(il jA» - Jr**' 


A raaatmra N*a4 b*m*M 
►■ma! ha at 4 rrt * rawa. 

at lonv.u m 

OAMimi 

rniwiRRRn ~c aid* 

Ml 


bt^tM'im a»ary 

MM W * 41A4 


THNKR Rrv>M «C'TI AIJR) TkP> 
I i *aa ram »• Ha. K IV « V7M 


TMM Ca IT 1CIL 

■ 1AT-TTPVL PLACV RT NIACOM 
IHtl Part. Deaf'a* At A rat *laa 
raaa* fn* ad'a laaadrr Ad«iU> 


MONTREAL TNUET COMPART 

ry i n n 1 


GREENHOUSE 


ad rani* ffw. aota laaadrr Adaiu* . RY 1-itM . - . rT ^. — — : — — — — ~ ^~l II. m aa ft aad *r «Uaa ki*f 

HUT nH HMH HD KTFT WftKT taa RY l-’aak Mr iia. PAN APR rrm NIST JO I H Bana ait* aaarfiaaal ••-** 

atdan* t-T—t iMMamw W - - — - Par Raat Oak Ra* Bradaa Raraa- IM R PYM Kf RPB4 1 M W Larpa aararaa raDdiaa aYfva 

■ — , , ADOTTi amr N:cR MUTOH- ' »■• M- 4 ,.*b t-radrara. • ~ I taw land fra aaa Data* M* 

IIATTNO piRNMMVn 1 -ROOil ItlfTl ID wiaa. I rg*a .**•< m. <a. .*•« Bf-aida a .plai I via* raaa. kit- 141 MOKTt.AGK LOA-NH katiata ara raaa, ha* aik*r 


>«. NO STEPS— $2000 ON tSSS”5~S 

Hi ao rxK* roa am.* 

,ss .“TkTSi 

L*»a I Mt eaad *aR. taa lata. Cloaa "* r “ ! 

TOWN & $7975 

COUNTRY |~"»S.a“*”™“ ° 

K-KSVJ IN I IN I L0W D0WI 

HOMES LTD. JAMES ^ _„ c 

1923 ouodro st. srsur-i .m- 

PABRTWO No PdORLRM * *^*°*?* “f _aa ih* EJJ* M ich hw-f 


riran aad B*M« Lraaral «i«R 
oAar aaa Nrara Ana* wd farad*. 
*d Hra* *M-d* Hnrawmmdcd •* 

SSrTSJST? $7850 


, . .^a ram. $7975 

. Twb. U MB da aad lit par ra 
JOS UWD4L - RV MTI 

JAMES BAY— $6950 


LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

La*Y* a>d*r<rp* !••>■} Mam R 
prai ah*p* Larra Lx WL me 


CaJRara_Raf_ OR 1- fM 


taara a«aar am 

I l.rai*h—a Hat 


ARBUTUS DRIVE 


js drive $7000 

B«a*alra at. ra- W.RI Rara* td* • CAOC/V L>M* UBk*r. IV J tu.A *"• id 

la Wmara Mma**a araith Pall nrl*a lOTJU 

taa.a.a* f*a.wr*. i JOR LIN DAL — «Y ♦ MM " 

U * *_ **— ra IV I BRM a* IV KAMI 

rrd* Bath and*.*# RrrmfT CONROLfDATRD LTD RICHMOND- 


aa.i>1 l.ral 

aa IV I MAI 


• hn dioaMa aitk •**.>•« am*! 


•ad »m taka an rh-. 1 -Bafra 
• A rtkwkra fa* raw*- m.l* r~.. 


WANTID. Rl NfTiHRD RA. HR ,, #ra.™wi» m 
| ar nan-drutka*. aul aa* tit la . - -T * 

tit aaaati Rapamalt dntrlci *»'«•*,. ^ w,-. , u 

•»«m Vi*tar»B Praaa R-« ABR J^mrn M m*>7 

VACAKT MU ONLY MtJtlHRS "77 E?** 

r *-. * W»*kJy awt n.wtt.1, >*•*• Hrar PBr.wamt RaMd. 
u taui and MaihfNam Rtora k 


VACAffT Vf 


) ROOMS RATH. NABOB »*D ka..awr.l Br.ta-w *•'•*• 
•a*>n trwfi f»lB*a arm.rrd ri*o* h*al*4 Pkuaa M«M Baat AdalU. BIBB 

M«. raikl RV I -ABB7 RRAND NRW I HR 

4 * I pawn p * Wl ?. * J 1 LA *°* °T !v«pta and a all »rwk»d* 

rlwk-4 Ran. JTT ‘•iL'r’.'.Vr* 4 *** '**** ,r * .B4 kMtm al** CAB Ut. 

I ra > MMM Baat ThM la a ram 


MORiaV.nAir.HX M-U'WIVIH l)B 

TtCTOBILA LTD I 

Ml r«n Wrm V«M« 

RV trtl Mitaur Phra* «ra*m 

IBoKtOaDR MIMIY AVA.LARLI 


S ,,N-iw $60,000 CEDAR HILL 

* 0.0. RY A-BIM raa RV t-lllt *nn ,p Pv/^\A/KI 

PIN ANC 1 AL BOHVRY LTD $2245 DOWN 

JAMES BAY $13,975 

,:,rm M'l'ikf IMB ra It, .HD *•«•- 

a wx.i*ra want Ninaa aa Iraaf* "»*rM 

, — -• . v .r I"' Rttrimt ftaar plan nffarle* 


COMFORT IN 

1959 

iTMMIDI ATI POaWRBBIQW I 

CVarailn* t-raaw Buaaakra *• 
hvn leratlan UrMB ia BitB Uia 
flraalBfr Oknina rm I aadrw* [ 
P*n«k*aBa Batkrim Ptaa raa**nmt 
k.Mkwa r*l Bawl *«k fiaMhad 
Baaroww a* 4aa Baraimt ItM 1 
aatar hmiaa aaa.aw ia a*ar» m 1 
Raa lk«a fat talaa 

PRICE $12,800, TERMS 


•MT. TOLMIE 

V rm l ai n— Kan* Ml kadC 

ween WTMa4 anaBRR raw h—naa. 

-uyivc HM YflTR 
FtWtPtJkCI 
- INRIVi; HM _ 

-4 PC NATHHTA K 

— t >• NOOUH IIAU. 

— F* 'Ll. iCkaKMIXT • 

TturATRlC HOT WATM 

-DtUVILV GAltAOI 


— fvMM firMurr 


TOCNG MAX TO BR.AHK W* » 44 

bl prvafa fwara TV fV?-TRC 


RILirT ACAHTMriBT ! <*R T MM 

KMTUnixATt : a Mina^arra 

* _ '*wi_fw_ AfB I BP rl „, *** walk III < 


(laraaa final N* 


FAIRFIELD duplex 

lava #*»•«. and aad 1 * 4 * 4 * 11 ** I>.nd4mm n-ila riM mn aay 


<n .|*d 
f>‘il'.B 

art At 


S REALTY 

N. 4 N* rv 1 BUI 
A»rr*< 1*144 


raratnc B*»ra Brat*, ■ralad** M* ... < «CQAA 
»• ha* *« awn ra-a.rad P.M. * JOW 

$22,000 FOR HANDYMAN, $450 

„ DOWN Nr sfamra Rt 1'.* am la 

■ rlrrW it 41 Al run RACtflL-OM. 


$7850 r ‘ r,to I "**' flm »*cta 

THE ROYAL TRUST CO luTX' .nTST .u^&d 


rtt-W 

B AIM! 

$9800 


1MALT | pt 0 Mb.ra R*B*ra. 
r fim- tt**** rv i mm 


CU. ktURm a^nraA --- - 
1 1 bhb 

MOUNT TTH-MJR 

Raaollfnl AW-rvNM k*a«lU* RBRf 

wmin Mr* *bB at raaa B**« Ilf Bill MdB- 
••• aad ak* bat air i «*»•*• la** 
af rvaMirl. aad atBta*# ana* ta 
.Mi, 1*1 *b* m. Da i*i arm »#*l 

$10 760 

wark*l lada* _Y'v,» ww 
r- 1 Call Mr Clark*. OR 1BB1B ra 
LANO Mr MrOwtaM. OR 1 1HB I aland 


PT»R HOURS rv fULWiaiO LANO Mr MrimaAd i 1 »A* 

fnr* aa* a. am A JraikiMw^m* | |m** Ud . Ml* DaralM RA. 

laaai raaa la OR MIR IdRdtarR. IV t Mil. 


K 



*** 


IS Satin (T nl nnt :it 

Tuetday, ianwary A. 1t5* 


IM nOI’SIW FOR HALE 

F. N. Cabeldu 


tm wo t * » > « for salk -■ — +— 


)R RAUIjlM HOtHIW row RiltWMM HOISF-S FOR RALE ' IM BOUBB FOR RALE IM HOI. 'RES FOt^UU 

)eldu North western i PEMBERTON Ll_ ® ^ OokBo y Realt y 


RANDALLS 

LIMITED 

v DUPLEX • 
CITY 

T»« gelf-ran'altroft MlUt I PO« 
g„»n end full baaameof wtih *ob- 
ui I n»mt n». rar-i 

vr&X . $6300 

• With H IM law wiWW 

month 

JUST' BUILDING 

■urt t tm Now trmr edit a now 
hoir* Wool* llrtac rucm dito, 


(Member klalUrt# l^lMlaa Bureau! 

city' 

I* •*• Iliron, l-foom trail- 

bungalaiR . Dntoto'tat ra * Ift-IA 1»»- 
in> fiMMB. Mil* Oininc lOOrt U*4* 
kltebao. ihra half * hotfrWHO* 
,ii*rt*ir* and bathroom ?* ,r * 
Mttwai n»»H bo «rr*D«r<! fro 
•tawnalalra Dal I bo -o moot No* 
furnace. rooi AM #«ad drtya-in 
• a ra# » Out >l«M both war#. 

appoMt# h<tua* Moor oil artaooU 
Ka,:|ualta Laatlua 
- Mr BaR-all »> 1-1174 
or *.r- rv >.«au 

. 3900 

Blenkinsop Rd 
A Lovely 


Iwl-.ifU* Ul HI hall tab ftonro, 
Prmbrtom bo’xnx'tr. rob eto# hd- 
r*en NO baaeBtotA (Into In fame# 
rdiai M hoot. Ready i*> Fe’.rw- 

$15,000 

On Iho »»« atoroe pi*a»a r*U Mr 
Mkurt. ri-a OR 4-146*. * 


Unusual 

Setting 


NORTHWESTERN 

SECURITIES 

or nCTOftM LTD I 
Ul r*TH <rr MOLD IV Mill 

PROMISES 
i PROMISES 

PROMISES. 

I l pramue • l#»eiy •••*» 
(rant K* #Uh #a# ft 
fin not ylaat an III# W»W 
t 1 promt** roa • neo I 
bodnoam banto Jtui undei 
. I MM mi n Madam olactrla 
kltthon «J>d a nartl rkao 
lit In# roam 

1 hod ■»*•« o# aU. I »«<»• 
m iw • eurprta# ahon you 
Itnd i hat rue tan 4*4 hU 
•h » at auth a bargain 

oo sno 


new "fihOlUri dUtTH 
rv t nil ae fv 1 NM 

"OAK BAY DUPLEX" 


PEMBERTON^ 
HOLMES, Ltd 1 

R4TABLI1MNO 1MI . 

|M1 OOVCRNMKXT KV ft 413ft 

A CHANCE 

T“ lab* advartage >4 la*' pMe'a 
pro ae A '*•» '*-"to a'-roty a-4 
rai'l-ilU laid' Ir# an «**ruy wb- la 
te.* unable mabo u«* nl it '510. 
Ut o.ih lb-nan idwto IT IwbtM. 
r-lat trr km non »»a laf«e # 1 *. nd 
ama 1 ftfdintt fall »••»»! -alMt w 
HA luittort rnnwr etonr IIW alto 
drtvcjA cater# 41*44 ft'-br, and 
hai.ro«e ilka real l»Y JfPPi '1ST 

SK7 SI 2,600 

Mr Ujvo BV MlM n» KV i a« 

‘NEW YEAR SNIP 


TrwesTmrnt Agency 

^LiA 

A Toara ui Oral bull 

HIGH QUADRA 
QUIET LOCATION 

Ha* tMU-lorei l-bodroom bum* 
tllb ji»V too *ta*a to ib* Ml 
ham and allveied an a 

*a*iu kept, i roan rma» M At- 
trarla* la-dk L- «uap*u U»U»* 
nm diuir.* atorrrM cabtn*t Ut- 
fh*n and «-»<««• baUirawm »llb 
net* rod nature* Hall camoni 
Mamn-et aith lo*M dnr* In rar*l 
a*a t iiAiaiiir Mi hut*»if h*al- ' 

“L "p^rr $13,500 

Cali Mr Hap*. BV 4 4tlt anyum* 

McRAE HEIGHTS 
3 LARGE BEDRMS 
NO STEPS 


— FOR Ob* KA\ H«'WLt 

NICE HOUSE . 

NICE GARDEN 

e ,t«a't4 m 'w* Pad* in a 
■ >ft -Mb lu> Vary wall 

bopl «m tkaia* ran A n*v- 

n*«n INialnd r>»»i- oiirm'JY* lie- 
Inc i«w* dim tirrnlat* WaUbnl 
wall rerp*' H> kali and maalr* >«d 
mam kltrhon «Hb brvak/aal 
aoara- Kaall t**M.n*«y M-Ml 
• Mt-mMdr «dl •»*' nnrtt Nd , 
»aw. Low laaaa C-M lorrna. 


$16,300 


I « lartluv partb-utara bMT ki- 
ir -iltlnirnla tu tiOw rail ll J 
L*W-’ n BV V-TTwr. an- uroa i 

QUICK POSSESSION? 
CADBORO BAY 

M iV* Mu 'hla wall I..MI1 I M 


IM MOIRES MR RALE 

L. & S.;' 

-N EW, VACANT ' 

TWMOMB UK* Nil L UIM 

SSS'mm $13,400 

Oil bout. I* ta«* bart burnral 
paiinmU IK PIT - 

L. H Banda BV *-*liy 
He- BV 1-4*1+ 

FAIRFIELD 

STUCCO bungalow 

A< d r, • ■ 

t-van L**«* Watt'd rwn^. larval 
alartrt* kit'hmi with dh\in* ataa 
I lata* uadraoma fTTt I -LJKBD 
•AJUMBXT OIL HEAT ru*-pr-d* 
•*>*«*. MT» OAlKHt.V U>1 «a» 
CAMI. balahc* BA4Y IIBVia 

S SI 2,600 


WAirm TO BL'Y- 
KOINES 


Basil* alt* Italmc 
Cat) Mr A»m BV 3 


CITY 


DO YOU 
Wish 
CASH 

• Tilt M* OB thCM AMOS 
tor. year non- dparimabt. ar da- 1 
yn, •'* * M •«. ait tom urUt 

t baa* n B Mill*, BV I-14H, rai 
V 1-ian 

V b Indwx a dofra UMITBD 

1111 Broad d>t*w, 

, Vl*lutla. BC. 

"2 ENGLISH - 
COUPLES ' 

WHoar viurarr is bow nrt no 
nn.BkeKD L'md>k rut nrw 
HH AKPIAL RtonUtTIOHB ABB 
in mi MARKrr rr»i» a > oai 
l HbXiHIXik* IHTMB IN A (toon 
UCATION YOOll HOMB MAY I 


IM pRoramr wanted 

WANTKD - SMALL A('«tCA4*R 

n -a ir NBA aivruvad ptaaa Km 
aaw Otnemartbm On U4. KV *4414 

l^tT WA'TITt) CUI41C I* flfirt 
, icrJLi,.-, — J 

1 Wwom 1 rail nm 

WANTBO — LOTB OB BBWSM 
BV I-M1«. 

IM A< KI.%(.L row HALM 
AND W ANTED 


62 ACRES 

OH MIUBTHEAM BOAD 

Wild .wtfaav aonar 'tin bat an4 

r *td ritviUa* an 'Millsirdam Bead. 

;. urK '" $5550 

Caab 

But furt bar mformetian rail 
T ■> tiorhaum. *v *-»«». 

Ka» BV J dUlt 

P. R. BROWN 

* B,n« T14 - BW TtdT - 

mi Brand *v Phan* BV 1-S4JB 


Full Pr.ce $6700 SSTU3y&*® 1 l 

Z. tST -1,« ruyjf -S £ 

aarolrmd -v> - r- i.^dTTWS? 5^*,.* A? 


Th'a tm* arrhitart.deciCTiM a rwoai 
hontu bar oarenttntidl rb* malar 

4 Cl IITCC I and rhr*» 4e-*Uoed 1# Ui# UBl 

jUI I L J adteiitrt* of kl*aa and *uti*hin* 

. ■•Am I TI-* pr<'P*rrr lie* !»» frnt.'aa# 

CyTDA OT and 7HM -tep.h ahlrh ceuLI b* 

U/V I rs^x LV I I m •■!>. e.r.ea »•'»• • '• 1 ut. on nl i 

Orand opndMianttv lm a r«al In- car* ar d*«*lnp*4 da you »i«b*4 
a.n-rro' Yen hear four aall- ll baa l«t» -‘f Itoll and -had* 


William* boa'ind um and 
ti rnpt*>wl rumratr r.*aar 


Buoy BONOAidjSt 


‘ "HCr IT J- 1^4 »• rx nnoB 

^ WATIH »»f AT Oat.gr LOT 


wnoLaroK wnmwi noui* IM FARMS FOR SAI.K 


LTD BV Mil 


pai* ha*oti**n' Tax** ••*i u 
An aar-Uonl '*i» <m «— «1 '• 
rv I all* Mr Vjnpwat. 
rag. ev arm* 


'-•trod I t dr- rt I’-vaa* rm A» 
-»..* it «m»r oonariunltr W tv tan* W WHK Harbed Kara** BVrMCd rm Pinur# 

l7»* in Oak Bat and haaal roa K' bTJd» »-•»>*•• Bird |dam*r t*n. Lari* 

an tntom* Tr«m omit i>r“t> * | *‘rw bd. ball Mar* rmm boa MIA 

ST",’~ $18,500 VACANT" _ 

Kfv.'£«-?t. , S'.r T L0W D0WN PAVME , NT 

I In ao- aul Iwdrrti Wtrruf M Hn'fW OAK, BAY NORTH 
I APPY" , T,p!T , *( r ^r 1.V u''tV.N4 V .b SANDOWNE ROAD 

lrvrr — 1 KV 4- * 12 * rvit* AIUHKX -1 On OFAI4TV 

TfT*. Year ONLY PM ' C ‘ $7350 T',nw,nW a^bmw.lm*^* 

ifi* •« double plumbing 


n* invxt- 

8,500 

«>-.n* H 


VACANT'! 


luirb |dan**r t*i» Lari* 
| »>rw b4 bait Mark from ha* MIA 
m<i* ft* »!.!• *1 I*** b*»i* W K 
I 1»rtn and Ml. An av'uaive haiuur 
•• •**• Bid -lAA 


tnin-ra 1 Ytm l»a*» i«or aau- _ 

roa i a tried awl'aa. mr-Jr** twa tu»* He** and a r«'k rardrn Oil ham 
ar bath** full* »uui^*d ai'b w«*,r beat M*b dr» itaarmroi lif' 

• • iwMdltm*. _<br«*4h»Ml _r»\/ 

AdHWim b»i ■ • tit QAA . 'HAPPY 

■■btidt " aparlW W #r . * 1 J,OW 1 Irt' * ' 


iD'i'hcr apariman* or dupl'k 

BealM a «*4 ouythl ,OT *" U’** 1 *' T# n*w «'*• ***luaUC iitllni.J 

$23,000 ■*— Sn. w 
Rv/ OUTSTANDING VALUE 

bide-by-bide lake hill 

* INI I INI C V I M*ra .a »t« •! nto-Vir t».< 1 

I Jl J KI £ A *■■ » - > -.*••••• 

V/ 1 

rerU.nl* an* *f Uta M» *r at— 1 la' in an •aeaurn' ne to 

Wai ion. od»»irof t»iw» dratan sod batraod an a a«il*d all** 1 I 


* .<« jt low down payment - s 1 4 , ? 9 0 rare value" 

sS?22t A .«l. , rA»5» •— C U C I H.*b .« He we, ... 

rar* 0 M»di -«!'* »•* — - -dm, • , ir . nTU pe.'.i, lma.it lame*.-. 

wrm w.rrd N *»«•,*, OAK BAY NORTH r-m. ml 1 bal*r,»T 

•e |.» 11 RMIVA AVI. r nr\ar> I b *nra «rf olhrf it r. 


3-BR beauty 

1/ JjU Tb,a (in* mb' abwbA UM*l-d» 4* 

rib*:' aM-ort»w-l l^'e for *h* hr** t.nv, 

•rv! .anil rariami* le,««* lb* .lie 


"NEW 


«,*« r»i>* year raid Bnrh -id* b** 


irantiBirrm.kna tteatnr** in 


t R Ida}* DHIMI1 ■'oa/t c*r>tl»** l)M( «eramtr .»-* oall* In balh 
luhen •«* Ur*e rp-drir- .anil* rn .^ m t »,»red palm olib *..irar>-#| 
bathroom full hlih naarntmt. --0f , a r*n*m MBUMitO*! 

aU heolwc Jrt»* »b r„,„ia.*, .« .r«e iiai- t .»* *>-4| 

at* Bent **4 too SOD >•«*» ImUiMd >p>. -irrert roan* 

oarh aid* File* JtA.JUU , B j ul | .aarmrui l#r«a t*‘- 

On tht •«* a boa* t>l**»* edit Mr *e* otavyir a.ieoon *»!►' *•"*>" 
Darla *ve* BV *-**11 to-- adlnmaUe otl hu. all ho*'. 

#M.».-r,rd c*raa» O'- " l***in< 

VIEW ROYAL S15.75C 

under I *3?itFZ {t«^ST 

CONSTRUCTION CITY 

BoAtir o*mpf#t*4 botrvvm*. ^4 Ounedm St. 

**U«o, Ml iniwa r. _ — 


Vr* Indeed 
vrw Thu 
land*rapod j* 

C i** Ln**l 

iiiiful "**1 


1 7 , 900 PR1CE reduced r. — 

r BEACH DRIVE '-■ ** on Durban in 

^ 1 / ' v ~ 1 1 L ' 1 ' 1 v L | PMn *«b atomEwa w**l * FAlRFIFID ARfA 

MW than TK.a ewevloinallr wail UuK 4 ^--.1 vdwn,'*4 ••* du(m. rn.nritt.w 


Mki rtnrw ffltw^Sn^ffw Mm* w * TtH m AT *** 

Sv MdXw* « ^ a m OuW'b ►'•d Pf'WV 

til Z $ 5,750 ^AYMBN-T »*«0 MI AMI B.A'T 

the ton i«v. .4 I Jrf TBRMH « 1 d OAA 

&ga 514.800 

Evvmr : LAKE HILL . I 

RARE CHARM'! ' .4 bwbuwmi wwitb * 1 r» r no 
RARE VALUE" n .vm bumfob b.*om «*ii 

Micb in IK* tree! .'.a la thia *u WlAT, full b***m»*>l r*r*|> Van 
perMy lai.It laaraca * - -w <4 • Or»l m, . iw cowl area (|i 1/Vrt 
r>»mv* amt 1 halBr<«*na am-eac lb- nm pfUCB . 9 • ** 
h me* .1 olhof »»■/*«. -mil mm DOWN rkYMBPTT tUM .Ba.*; 
.Lit .tm r-awn arvl .timril n»-m talln |*rm* 1 
wall lo-wall rariir'* Maotor bod- Ba- UM** IIMini 

f'w n*-ai »bl lalb -di, t 1» Bar -'- f '-(111 

re will* I leaf *«*aii'» tdl b>< water n*» *V 1 BWU' 

Jr.'# I “t* n i..^.n#* 1 vs? 

$19.000’ — - 

fail J. Me*.*, rvvnm. ant'ima , . k , 


Bird WANTKD 


Indeed belter than Thta racetdeautl* -e«l 
ThU h«*n* n» • l ladrmm ra-me fw* 


.IK !-*•—*( 
eiy ianw* 


twmu’.'U! 4 nm e boiariado aw* I 


WESTERN 

Hr. MBA LTD 

Ml YATBB VTUBBT 


-oet eieruw anmten * 
lot. aulanrattc dll t» 
a'ia/r,ed c*ro*e O* 


ill, rairortl 
1 alt heal. 
ier lea tin* 


SZ. $17,900, $13,500 yy:’ 

"YEAR" r::r-d 

' L/Nf\ |Mm bva.iW me KV MWA Lew* #. 

T*ar ta and »e*r out you 

$2700 DOWN "*-1 
Kw'-' •- HIGH QUADRA AREA _ L 

„i, or eaehan.r *.»b ^ MPAT Tfr 

IDC ICARPI I I OIL rl.Vv. MtA 1 a raw: 

\Kj, I jADlLL Immedia'.e ****** aton I* Utt* brand or- 

. .. n * .. |/«p 

WFLL Nuj 1 r~w* *ae*Hent hrat n« aratna ____ _ 
TT J 1 a 11.1114 'rum and 

BV t «1*I o* OB l-jtbf | Urea elo* eabln** kttehan alUty 

and «n» Fnut —a bath fr.,.Krd pav/p 

f.e-.urea. Carpr rt f-mar —I K Y rt 

»P TEN SPECIALS »f*>or*| aet»lo» amonc ->*T« U • • 

^ X $10,800 


Y.,.nn. $ 1 5 750 

BdnadBAble term* 

Ta •!*-«. Cbli W f Oarliat. j 

BV 1 Tfl* Be* BY 4-n4*1 


CONSTRUCTION CITY 

ir^rnT^^^i 614 Duf^d.n St| 

rr, k , ,TL ff n« j. 

mem 7 in r -j .. -el let 

» t**«itn( Caraart Lot 
detain* rbefry plwm an.J 


(U .ra* r or. If 3 ‘ L-OW 

Mr Lowe. tea. *-*» Cfl * il»l 

Ot-‘Bt»f BAHD41.L LMfTBO 


no* Deuiiaa »■»>*«* BV 4-4144 T ,,. ( „„„ Pr,. 


Brown Bros. — 


i(l -all* lldiai 

rani.lt BY 1 117* 


wanYed 
2‘i TO 5 ACRES 


Y**r *n ana rear *"■ 
will treo -h* b*ri*fti nt pu* 
rh%«in« your bait *«• or 
luttnc your •>"*' n-m. lor 
*«.* or »a<hai»#r with 

MRS ISABELL 
WELLINGS 

BV » «*l o* OB 1-»1M 


rry. ana **"*! 

• 9 50 „ TO p TEN SPECIALS' 


AGENCIES LIMITED 

im BiAKSiuBO ifT»»rr 
(lam.rn aril l/fAT» UOAMD 
MKMBBB Mill nPLB 

urrtxo nw r KV 
8 ROOMS 

WALKING DISTANCE 
TO TOWN 

K ir la an ia«nn *mu Ibr tmi J* 

r a iv*,i'*> »•■*• ton - - mg *< 
k .(toeuNaa -onai- god oaiOree"- 
Boon ] era* n*er»ei» ut- Fu.i 


WHITTOME'S 


»wieMt*h*4 ' tl 


SIDE X SIDE 

DUPLEX 


Aak m* fa* 1 he oddiWeuae *f ® r * r * 

rb“. tnf. TOP m oau R*> C41B1TOS It 4 ««, 
Bet h liMir b Thg*" d JU, Bee BV i *4*4 

eon art** TtJ* i«| 

Terjf. OAK BAY 

ran** from MW » Hat *■«..•••* -a *<•** tbi* goad 
*\« MS bom# atlA I emu a AiUt* a.lu.o e*-j **.»-. I 

dneo p*nb*aU ditLtne* a? ar* wbeo4« id>..a«- ni 

TALL B A MACfADYrY , ifnirt ef.urrb •<+ 
rv » 4741, 34 mi *m$lC¥ T'.rm.ct, hell late* 


e WX Cat dan Ai.p,-iaim*,»v I 
Ar. rear aan eendw |r «.l. iw a 
*.***«*> t la akutw jtai rM* altrarlfve 

$18-500 

rxri.i’d'VB u.-mx/i 

Pi»**a a** f-< Mr W ft C«m**-*i ' 

KV Mill rin'.imt 

THE B C LAND 

ft tmSTVBfT AflKBCY I.T17. I 
90 r».n*nant*«w ftireat BV 4411ft 


BYRON PRICE 

1114 in'tDNt iTit rrr 


•»d*i reindai d* W a #-*et diafrv-r. I •** w«-»*. 

1 *tnlr - Urf. kl'tl- » n Hi if TAI iiirri 

aetn. •ut-.meile waehet ouri- .n /V\ I . I ULM It . ■ 

"nha— 4'i° 0 " wanted 

awlmaaiir^li Tla^a/r iinrlT, iuli 1 14k aa H «<pt*n rautftnr Lit 2 *• J TO 5 ACRES 

•weenrerw alUi-kwd OftfW*rt and a “« a,n '"« h"« L-dbai**' e'er 

arrxi ’«i f* ... nrA *aa kn> brn 1 *«n w j or | o*-jte*w> ha »< « 

S 1 0 950 ’• 

Ten hn k.nivd *,.h r- ,o» ... 1 . 1 ft44*n h*«t Terma », 1 hotiBOH el Vi lira ••'«*«> ftori 

ssre-'WeeS 1 i/vlS s^iarewt 1 ' * , “ r 

esquimalt , 

WEIGHING VALUES’ EXCLUSIVE _ „ , , 

Th»* aeud w Oa* Be* on Olrea* OklVT BY wU PABKI AMm 17B "SmO HOUSCS 
ftimaa 1* rth a-rth 4 J* artmi j ptTtBOOMB OU^O-MbTlT VO ^ 

Hrt •' If* CTnt* Ur •rh.eUa STBPB. ft TBS OLD YOU CAB 


FAIRFIELD 

DUPLEX WE WANT 
WANTED YOUR FARM 

' K\n\A/ U*<«4 attn wa If H 1* far aei* Wg 

I *v”» bare burcra o anting amah bar* 

THIS IS URGENT | a S15r , «« 

UP TO $7000 DOWN 

C M. »f rt 7-11*1 an > * .m* Call Alf* M.rlaon BV 3-tbU. 

wcarriti* noun ltd I mot* cv >720 

OLD OR NEW FRASER BISCOE 

LARGE OR SMALL 750 PANDORA 

|. t*i. be* ••" 1*1 tul aUMk* an** -g — 

V b.w ben ■>• -«mi lima uitul trw aiAr cs kXAB <BA ft WTlKB 
Nea Y*«r * • r.**« Ur -.*• u* rnlaood B-vi»* with ft badro-m* 

g.l ad* >t| <• -e tlM raou.ra wnall act bare ebtrkea booaa arrhnrB 
; j name* :n (ha *4 °na rir Branarty lar.cad Fnea Ml Mft. 

iarl-* '•nr- V- a * bka,» V parurerar* Ytetorla- Praa*. Ben 
Tl'-emhar or ft Iteri* •• We»i#ni laak 

RWf. ^«?> *■***’ *”* ; L "«•«! 


ft acum. - K<mxE\T nrit«r 
fr ar*4 ftbmfr aan Kane Tb 
mm. b't a 'ao al BldlW 1'all 

K * ... «.--* Mew ire > tm.iA 
ft«T4| er *V ‘ t*te t ^--ea*. 
ettt »e***ntiaa *f Vlrt-ala LM 


ESQUIMALT 

EXCLUSIVE 

We are loetuna-e in ee-tarina <»>.• 
« in pop. ar _ rah »- 
Ul •’** 41*1 


•a n fifth area nerhB- "'MODERN COUNTRY 
, r m “‘^7 ul.55 LIVING. SIDNEY AREA" 

.t-f raw, 4-nc Wuinatei 


ka.rrtrau ai.f auMt »U hea4tn« | 
■eoerate garaftea fSlIt raff'd *oi 


dining ream natrrn k*leban on« Ct«*a lg *rhoa>- l«*ikbla«» •*•• 
ibehneeM.* t m.ew -e I tr«- IU* 1-BBL . J II »a**--~" "ai 
rwma and deu Ifw nab a... affer* mmi mmU* 

3 nie.-e Bath -1 l*.enty nl r -a- oomr-eaela rtiBHwr Hmnv 
beard «p*.-« r-..i ha tea. eel «nrrM The i*r*» ele.rrb- alirhaw 

non beet rt* ana awa !•» ha* • CTtl ITY fUtQM adjatmnr 
e 1 A Qtiri T 

.■a. |> u t| a ., r# _ ftlO.TJU anft ,•>** il» n* ra«m are M»*l 


D*. -e- air n**mr nn.. u r«»J anruo* ana irirr ire— .. »A'*-41tJ «r EV 3-U44 fterin- 

ta- at* a uatot bruur and would IU< larfo Uwtng ret oilb oak '• 7 , rk .,. r:a L rd 

tri m* 'h* nnmar- iaJty to rv»*< and wra f.reidere Br gbt •'* " n ■u" n T* — 

make o err* rwai t.ornr ol»..r taaiAfl . kiuheri oir»d lor ranee ft,..* toe bet Heeded TUI Mar 

••Jl W O Coma BY ft-TWf ant - fom *ta n c«a a'eel albba. al imhM * room* and -a»*men4 

time enrnn - - l.. Largw dUall-g ar» ., . •• •* 

ftr .« team ftYjUU bar } foil b*dW-e# o)lb •- , x M.^ n.#> . *•• •* M* 

* a a.' r-n*'- 4 niarf n»-.*n-** ^ ^ -M w - ••»* " f" 

VACANT / - 

TnWVYI and tUrt-up .ir. *m*i C"*.- - * • .uim* t* lam trt di 

Aura. Itaa nr* ft-, ..nm a. urea ar t„ma I" ahi. rf*n«rg,-lr — y,, IIta ra* I ild 1 ^bg«* rail 

horn* on a«k*< >i*a l-d-aa I..- tale* $19 ADO «' ncn*ala. Il.ete. >. D- - a* 

ma-dEning raw* Am ei*,tr*r h..a- » la.vw Haaae- * Co. 41* A Tan *»•*•• | 

kiuhan loo maud Hard laftrwn, Ce.i Bof UrtWU-*ra, or Cliff 4-^ , ;ijg all«r b»ur*, BV k-ftk»* j 

hard a — e* flam. thrmaghMl Oreaa. BV 1 HIT tai'a* 

Wb^T-tTifh *^St lH MJS M "m ^ I WAV ft r h*f CASH fofl rtf.OBt I 


MORE PEOPLE 
USE CLASSIFIED 
ADVERTISING THAN 
ANY OTHER KIND 


Hb* left with nruli 

media la .-»■*■ labUQP 

*b»a n nartwril , 


U >"o demie an 


C meor **mn • 'f! ,r ' n , •*' •*' ■«( tenant* Weuld W' 111 4d4 

ral reeen-e If mm CA-WS «J4 ^ , lUrf w.q crvri 

ba .nca at M4 c-r $9500 T-t. - nrtre 5IO,jUU 

W^J’-'mr T:*T-e wram rmtUrt Mr B Bn an. I 

wrOr tv?:. rC ;?t. , ■* ^ 

JUST COMPLETED MO STEPS 


TT.M glome* era 1-bedreom tioanf 
l« nr lead nge« M mil ftUKklt 
L ahaned ilaroft and d.nin* r**» 
madam b, «M k.t. he". tOM 
•(■rage t e wM AulenuttkC oil. 
n.t» iaec««w4. «] 1 95 Q 
t«m ad Ju*' ■* 1 ' 

Tn tta» v'na-m »nll B» Beth 


JUST COMPLETED fs|Q STEPS 

30-FT. LIVING ROOM . . KMv _ 

Thla amett* a.uceo *»lrta'.ro I* u nrix«d ngfti W •*'.! KaUk!* 
rer> amt* differaol and butH *d r an«mm living and dialog rd-m 
the ftneai mat*M«J‘ H« • me.tarb b, gbt k.trtaa", amnt* 

flmara lkt*«*b*<ll T»« •'*• •*• at-taga ram * A»l<a.t'tt el* 

m * ' . • : $ 11 950 

t^^ 'Tb ?7.n.Id *^nd **u 5 JT-g| l ? 8 M"L ,, f» 

can mere ta tight Hfai •" >sr “ * V1 ° M *** «Y l rioa 

- -L . .v?.!,?' 500 BRAND NEW 

ftaa rv J-t»a* n-oaf All »-*ywn tn »' Hnre a a 

DUPLEX .Z~"ZJT*ZZ«- 

modern STUCCO : : ;■ ■-,* .- 

ITfAl. KmX7M ALT LOCATlfJto pa*. . aeo aaw u>(* r*-vd ae- •- 

Main unit ramprt*** » a — 1 «. ..*» •'••m gr.a. Kwd male* -g 

IWH and 4 pure baib YTie e-o-' ga-a.-v T'l ta tie *n-Mm* >4 ww 
| rnow~ trrt tMMftVtflVi w**- •• ^ RKTtKK *«m 4 ^r% ki *r u» 
ntt ono- Man* 'Oi-atf f*l »ty^-—.cei t. «niB>, n *-4 
or It mu b*tr«*o. -dll* l mob* an idle* fin -}/Vt 

lev*.? hem# 7H»» f*Y??»_ ant m .- Itiew > I U. JUU 


B- i»r r««n l re Itttni tn thu m* full »-.c* _ yIO.TJU 

Mr * K Laoe BVI ftM 
» :aa a# ft Tbo ... ev 3 

ta 4 J*nr* aid aaa fi*b» * 1 

Uiraodnowf *ndti»n» lietnf. - , , ^ 

ST g,^' -r:ruh*; lQrt . Th Beaut iFul Go rden 

TS?^ Semi-Bungalow 

n>*nt autemalla Ml b#al a *netW-Ml..w*ly-<*ird-lo< xalld 
Tbta n nm* >• eaertle.it for wrmt '-ungai-.o of lap gua.lty 
rented ««upi# .ooaini to* oorkmanahip aitwoteii u> a bia, 
peer, god gdMt of rural Ulallr landaraped ganiati orna- 


i hammer* t BOOM Tr - *"•" •• ament #1A /—*«»* 

p aj Mnntnnup 

C1AQC.H t- a - Vae.lN.IVlUNlUyUL 

>IO,YDUanft large He** fjm 4rt dw' »h-ne CO LTD 

ZJS 'iSi-S ii r *“ w """ ^ >- •»*«'• -m ,«« » 


•rare dm M rtt 
haaea-ero ft* ><*•'. 


BCAPrn Kptral, pore** Te*#J* 
run te arrangad lor YOU 0 * IB*#J 
ft* a* .Im on the mar art bnoae | 


_ " . . _ j * - MEARS $ WHYTE 

Beautiful Garden r. • QAK BAY REALTY LTD 

Semi-Bungalow 0099 “»* oak bat av. 


onrrauo-lUida or Mrvert P*» ' 

•nonet , Term* ran or *« ■ 

- .%■ 113.978 r:.; 

ftiane ITHBL HABVTY. go.- t 

BY ft-rtt « W t 43M _ btrtb 


men ted ’**•» and fruit Iraea In • 
lot 74>40* Thia ftoe brtki* hag, 
thru ball large Ur in* room ten- 
dl« ,**# room eMetri* arwn* i git - 1 
Chen mo btdrnnm* 4n«a 
amt t*o itpa’alra a full high 


NHA 

LANSDOWNE 

$2500 DOWN 


"GORDON HEAD 
SPECIAL" 


Ui garag* rtw-# 5 I J . / UvJ 
rtiene J B Lao. BV 4 4194 ton 
OR 4-13*1 *e*ninaa 


$l3r700 TVia Nll.d-^mnn ftl 

. « •,«. .... me are barkday I* ' 


A !-•**» ftrtoem tooata'm «w 

a no-f-aer* hd «myWA nftl 
ii- --f» dirmit T»» B-. -i « *g* 
i-i - m. an mwnmft 1C 


LOOKING 
FORWARD TO 
SPRING 


1144 OAK BAT AVK 

TAYLOR 

SPITTAL 

■31 rr>RT BTHBYT 4V l »M 

tom RROTtcnnH id 

0«K RROrBMION 


tou Rlonanatd at mrt EVtajll rm ,^1., o, KBW WAR. I 

•idar 4 -b*diiMm bam* of ehai 4 k- 

HIGHER EDUCATION S.-VWS ft# ££ 

. . t . ; III 004 W Be. l-y, BV 1-ftUJ. I 

Modo eau*( by Irtut* cluo* Jo -1 vl „ gy 3-344$ NcogtOod 

o gfoaiea thioo from Vlrinria C*a|» i tag jfLri ■( 

1*4* A 4 ro-.ro 1 bgdroem m.nao . - —I 

loo nro and nadrrt reaaonabl* WAJfTTTt — DUHJOC BH»K-RT* 
dean payment Baiter* enfy MR ,14* oith baeem*nti nenr nater- 
manlhh Worth inieai iga'Ui! | front ttuyer baa IM0O4 •• doon i 
O W Cb ration ftV 4 4314 nA»m**t riaoe* **U F WJ 
rv I Tyki aak l«r Mr Kmg H O DaL-T 

B Cm 


$2000 DOWN v, J«» 

3 Bcdrms — Jubilee « ••» o*»fi »f f>*rj» luma! ua , 

<d m, W 4 rm. an « I f tT^am TST 1SU 

« lb- year *•■>«*» bung Lrat-ely '** “ ■* u ' i 

, r* Ae* DR Met* etor k<- YV 4 •!* - 


(at Oil O-Maite "di-alf l>i» 
rr it mil batemrt*. nail# A 
InveLf bum' 7U»» rrorrur T»*«» 


v** a>\t- -n-ihg i e-aiAy. y*» it 
* roa be an idkf * I a - 

- - • SI 0 . 

50 **rt«i..i» BV >404 

.... r*a KV-nOB 


IM r»»n" i H»17 1 rt*r* y-oi 
ran or Ini in from rg -nr 
kup Wot"*" li#ert at»* 
dldtnft ioya arot Urg* irhaf 


R^*f» ^ (Vrlrr loia Ul III* bea.llfal •» «fKer arena. -*e 

B. d '•» ft-rwaaM Mgb-dtriawn 4b MU IVl'W 

t,or-*.re isilta iieate.i ,*r»t. btftb bca- AKa* «»-• fTV :-t 
rfta t-atonel (ton. light oater and bk-n* on C««Mi KV ftinfft 


Mm g lb 0*1*4 neu and a-i n*ody | OUR RROWMdfO** 

|q«-’ Jft t fut Vwia .arm k,<- te-o ■ 
fC W k i kv -o4wmU -am 

BEFORE YOU 

v* a>l —nt o nu* -an f* more 

' D I III Hi no Dl I ' 


float Ib-eegr •* 
lk rr a,»oi 
HfAl TirVL Be- 
OIL MW MkAT 
thia for 


ret Dr -In tarot 
Vacavt Ad 

$12,600 


Ralh B Hulrhe.M. *V ft-fjl* 
ORt-IOM 


4# t* *r rang'd •*< tl*, 750 •**» Veut. t KV J4L71 

mu brt*. a»l* * JL'/.T., re. rv J DC* 

ftlr ITll or Mr beg**.* BV4 4 -I 

Rea BV 1 That ar BY ft 4*}l , / F WWTTTUtoB ft CO LTD. , 
— — — — 1714 Brand* nirrort K^ >■**** 

FINANCIAL ’ 

SURVEY LTD clarke 

w 0^*m«root ftt CV 4-4M* • 

iimiv/fdsity WALLACE 

UNIVERSITY Ifttl Woadra BY I ftTVI 

GARDENS *. 

m* af «h* rtrtfft row. •--a****** Q1 ■ O' NHA 

•tea* ra* mlb* t*<v*i *h, *.n *. U 4 /U • ^ • 17 ' 

B SS^rtS^'T-MTSS IMMEDIATE 

»^*; r T.r ■>%"«:: -v | possession 

mu blah ftitaMnntmyng » iea I Thr gg. IW 4 (la | soma in ama* laeo- 
ntib iHodr* l* 1 ' 1 ’’ nrw -. -n mil » n »m*n« ani a ro en- oi 

■*>d ftrokago "U $ 1 4 900 heat Dfla.-in *•*•** feoert! l-« 

b*a< r*n ■«##- v cioa* le acfanola a 

(jti-ng ti-ro* Immediate noa-eaetant O«od 

. ' * , V1 Krai Price 411 4M Cad to.* 

* *r£-.V zh;.r ,“ T ',sr."' 

ESQUIMALT 6-ROOM HOUSE 

w-MraootarBgjftdg^ow 'rsTrirrr 

CLUB WTRA IXTT HA furnar* B»tra UK. ahlrh i» 

BaH4 alder Irp* family from* ■ ru * Ideal fay bu'ldlng *7 •$♦ nltb 
tall baaem-nt Eater rot neniy g^gji g n #t> narmeal »*> month. », 
natntad There to *♦•• «* V*af aik Admirala Rood Dm* try nod 


b'-'lwn mi hlftb "-•-•n. "• (be *tre*t TBRMft ARh 
ro-’h QftOMOr •**< *•+ Pttre-1 from ll *04 in 

reft bu» "at f-njpeY • •*"»# Hr-Di*->4 .ahJirtu >n » 
r ta pr 0*4 *L a yon coil ro* gte, a*o ,On ,-ur nay 

-.$13*500 ,M S 


i h bTfnroifi a ro ltd. « » L’, » e/>A 

»>■ Bf«nd-M>m»< ft^' 3-4344 ft... erf mdr $ 1 3r500 

ontlime ,«■ *•«- fgrmg 

Momber MalUfe L.lll r'g Btnoon numji „ atolTff 

B\ 44711 ar »v 3 wad. 

MOLLKTC REALTY <MMt LTD I 

CLARKE - "9 8 ACRES" 

WALLACE • ;v.-, r : ■ 

■mono, «MW ttiva 

■5’/4% NHA I s*” SH.500 

IMMEDIATE 2S*II^?^‘5SSic7i 

POSSESSION i «> Mfifti 

Th ran -bedim homo In gtrod $0*0- 

iTt SHU. ■TSS^rKS. a 1 quality built home 

On* in arlateofa and Iran.nor'.a- 

11, m- Immediate pro-*ro«m O«od Ramiae u> roe tbi. Ua- 

len»t r*K* *IJ*« f I bedroom #!»"« heme )u-t 

WaJoae ar Mr ti**bo BY I fVt g tanra aid and »lt*a'*d 

BY' Mill BT 1-0417 I nltbin me gity limit* n»ar 


ABRA-VikCD 
in *1 744 


- - BUILD or BUY revenue $300 mo 

_ . flu. Owner's Su,le 

Consider the 


r.- sr NEW 2 BR Advantages 

ONLY S6900 NHA OFFERS 


• CM iron roe'er* HaUliag 

dial ante Lam no*ra<ing coot HW 
heat Try k* 000 4#nn at grout 

5av\ $17,500 

Bulb B Muuiroroxt. BV 4-4114 
Oft B UM 


Tea' H«4 • IK (!>'• IW «* I 
Wan -ft glur-ro Wrote «|ror > 
1 U 04 II- -id rro-m. ro- —ro kd:-» 
HU* n-,ro ta a yft n--n «•**> 13 
ll— i h-e-y fbfrroftftiai. Canroro 4| 


•9 8 ACRES ' STEWART 

_ . . _ — _ 11- *»-..» tnrraijii ., r r—r-o gn *-e 

R. CLARK & CO 

*"“•* nn*atbll|f»ea fl.g* 444 ftrifit, •-.*• Ta-ft* 4 V ft- 1441 -_g »\ • ga-t o-Oeng 
latlliMi, '* 0 ' *i*o , 199 k> - a«ro Pbine. 


row T77KH CDbHtn KR TUB ADVAB. K NG REALTY 

ron TAtlKft ffTTYRKD UT rnl’B ml-' ^ 

TRACTOn Ml CAR orTYft TOO J34 Ygmro (I.Uft, KV : 3311 

n.a mi orfoRTtramr or n.'it!*i*o 

gr-t YOUR ftPARB ItMft tWTO AC- g I etArt raTtVAfKl 

Zm TV At CAHM BY BRTKRLVO D«TO $1000 DOWN 

I ne OCU OWBB PART ICf* ■* 7104 n, - n ro-tr, , V 

~ PI All TMUB frrntiriHO Km >n»T BE $T'l£> (AlCbLT 
trOWtf PAYMKRt Wt ALBO Of- (Van r»*4» a~t wd ne<a 

PPM AR AhdOtt IB MURKY- b-,r»M> -ft and fn*bl lf»l rm. -a 

RACK OCARAHTEB OK COM- n-.*--* lh-t i 'ndn*.* b-—* aft at 

■ Pi, mot PI i * A r'.'RTUftR uro-vu* tatr ma ,,aaa 

nogu " rn ro r w ykah ^ t ,rv, $6000 

APTYR Tpl' HAVB MOllO IXTT) |T _ 

j YOUR MOMt j Le# HaJ •»** KY ft«UI 

) T7IB 4 COKTRACTTkRft WB RBP- 


$1000 DOWN 

MVBT BK BOLD WUUkt-Y 


mu pnr# $||500 WANT A BARGAIN? 

Rere it -roe A airni nrgana Id 

Mt tlilM !• !• y 1 4T8 «KI «»r!l *•#*!• • nA i«t f v »f 

Ll A DDV 

Wetlnq, a 1 | CLIPP UTRY - M AKK T 

H I 1 * 

1 1 itv di iii t i_if*t4A t FOSTER LTD 


6-ROOM HOUSE 

Ltrtoi rnota. fireplrt* dining rm 
Cab kirheti ft trodrma to o-W 


Thor# to Mia #* (day s 


•grace (or your r hurt ten and •**»• 
nrliar* aa Urora are I Inrae Wt 
n th tbta Vorrrti Yen ran harei 


|*n»atla<o porra.-Mto POOClO 
T'i'al a»k n g 4ti*r 50 

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h* <t s-nem idigd* fftr*iy 

MUST BE SOLD ' • - TTf" W; 

u . , __ n*-re ill roa Ph-rro Mr Wnrria*. ... ( , 

r.- ;:r *: , " -■ • 

mw twm MTO I rr »wtb >ar»e| rv I 47, 

Jgr. a# He# fSlhtrarort M Try I 

vzszr"" $8200 HAYNES 


»a>*ll do#n *«ar»eni montn.y 
341ft Afteitraia Band Drta* try nnd 

" r r“ r new rv inti kv t rm 

IDEAL LOCATION 

Pit* a >• *i ,taa aatigaion I roar* 
•ui Peatortog L-aHaned Ifrlftd 


Ottlai rail CLIPP a* roBI V H atw* uf a*g !g|| g- r— r.igaw 1 *n 
dl ft-4741 | ft • »■« 4 m» -ar, M ft .a ,g|k 

I foil high aiiyigw rw—fneyil W -nd 

aiTY BUILT HOME • 

--“CTm. , S950 ° 

1 bedroom *to-« heme )u-t RV 3 id • 

4 taa r* aM aart iltna'-d **— * UR 7 Rwo 

nlihir. me city limiti near | * n* C Ml II 

Larudbwae and Oakland- Lftorvc mu. 

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nund flour* WM|Mll •**» name -ro r,r Iroart g-anb-n 
• ■til Mart rtovirte Iflcfroa amall roa- hard and adt-kan- gar 
and ft- plea# bath Ala* fall «wo healed areeoh- ,ro Bii., a to n- 
gg i Tamil and gn*«-ie ga- Idw On troc lertt m e *l'b atom 
rage Priced Id tell goukl* U-fny* g*M Ip, «••*#•«< o '-am' 
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ft-*} 14 kv ft#" 

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»-*»l* Oak Haft up to 111 MO C**» 
alien* V* I tori land 0 A Ho morion a. 

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to j# a nea, IUI Pf-ro# Oftr">ne. f 
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»to Al j. H*M'ftK. tR ARY DISTRICT, ' 

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LET IT BLOW M>« TUB rkrt m COVRTRPC 

l_l_ I I I Le»_w»» TK> „ AT jyrgnoHAHLft mires 

Ve^i .'II Da fft,., AdD THB VIRT RKJfT OP TKftMb 

YOU II DC LeOSy PI PA IE CALL ROY OMBtb OR 

' ilMuiaa a- . 


$1200 DOWN 
SMALW RANCHER 


: oa » • ->i iim, i m or 

dnroea . h-> irrot RV » tm 

IM FKOrKKTV MB 
BALK 


10 MILE POINT 

g era-tHto lm* on PHyllro BR Boat. 

4. - gt" T- or 


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10900 ' *** ’’•’■*• r—, MMa nfti ta t^n •*» •*# nvn* 

nntft _ . e'Avw "d»« Teeoro rib r £71 . 

o i*b good terma Call TVD «**'l*ro.- A.k-ryg £1 J.03U m -, 4 mr« DRY ANI> IWl'-j — — 
K AY 41 KV l *433 ae# aal . * CDlCMHl V l AT IBP The - roro-ia.i aM 

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****** bo-. LITTLE HOUSE •; , f , 

|l aaa arioa,*ft tn Oa4 Ra* and am r<n ‘-r, + - iro'l#--*"- aM 

jin conn rVOWN" ’• *• e ®‘ U rtarTr« ra'.n#i anrhen frturd rod 

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• rtif I ■rorairt af a ihrb gtorerg rov# r# JVJVA J 

Cm** 1 r<wa bonaaki# aud ha« ftkre and aide (rlllH -i _. R..>-.ra 

baromant Ciftro-in Barit aid* lul t R if t met *».#!»• kit IbaH If * ■> ' *. . 

...a *4 %44 kaun-i (74 rot nlth nl fbty, royrorare gar.ge M- "I'/*?' ° n,r * ^ **• 

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- “ ! • S L? 2 CORDOVA BAY 

u«r TiiriR BATtitpfttmoR kk : •«««» »<•*» r** - - -». cur\uu»rv 1 I 

Tttr PROOP OP OUR STATE- me news uni"! fte-m oT BRa^m. 4 maa dunt ro True* I 

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POR THB RKJTT m CORimiCC- maeroroaaro Aabroe _ ea.h Term. 

TK>!t AT IIP AROff ARtJf mires r v#g. CY ftfc-io I 

ABD TMK VBRT HB*T OP TKHklh ^ CAM AM 

Pl PA-t CALL ROY OMK4R OR __ _ OAIN J U“IN 

■TK9R BTKPHKWK RV 4-4744 . FAIRFIELD MtounUb -or« ate*, m. Baa 

4-ear-dd tamin tort. WK LR T, , hM 

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~ rforot*. atoi «••> *••> Jroraro r*a. CV 4-1*4* 

OAK BAY 

C7AW 1 1 ? 600. 1 3 SEA VIEW LOTS 

J/OJU Oe <"f* Drtknnro, ew KV AdftW 


KV I 4711 <• RV ft *444 


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down inameaM *«< 


^mmdonn^mrtft jqjqq 
An cut Kvaaani re* EVftiuo 


A. BERNARD 


JUST THE LITTLE 
HOME YOU'VE BEEN 
LOOKING FOR 


VICTORIA 
REALTY LTD. 

Ill* Deaflaa «.rant 


* CO LTD I Praia# cona- rortitro n.ah TuU boro- 

*ro ear, nir»e- ftV i-tiu roam aa <1 fyrta,* art, anc# hall 

nn Port m>r~t * firontoro 

LAKEFR0NT HOME 

a - KM>a ua an **•+* «»ft oath rrood* by* nlrfng 

iLr^aia aaTro fi.e rW »'•!’ earo-eft O’ - -• baiid,ng toft 

ZZtJSZ. T^L Tn* knltir#Im ft"U,4# ft rm.reft -*nta#,^ ^ « Tbta 


. .Ubro*- 1 $1500 DOWN 
oTrr:^ immed possession 

kito-oee ftantry, In# bad- Oo.tnia oeat cl#ar-l|tle *-r«y, 
•aft aatorro o m by* ntftng atu-c# d#ylM*<ft PUT rlti»'< 


I alien' la#-pre»»a*e (urnyev a. I 
j aro troaartfnlly arm On rower. 

I «» rrorrot Re ale** •• bnlher yen 
■ ptearo come and »#• mr rot Irlen-f. I 
1 Mr Prirkmay mil br.n% yea 

L‘“.rob.rftr $12,600 

Mr Crick war 

, TV l.ftatl pyro tv k 317* 


FIRST TIME 


til nm Mod era flye-rroaro li«me 


FAIRFIELD 

REALTY 

111 COOK dTRBST 

CLOSE IN 
CITY 


OAK BAY 
$7650 

Wen filer# are #**< man* Metro# ro 
0*4 Bat 1ft# »V* e**c# Li »i 
roam g'nrog rmro two b*dr>roroi 
•"ft • "ill aaromyni Iron tnarn 
*o« Omad terma 

r*i»T Brroeyr BV I Ml BV *-4437 

CITY BROKERAGE 

$414 4 1 an .hard At reel 
BV ft M*1 BY ft 4414 


Canto*' Che'ton Dftddr KV ft }««•. 
r a«. rv 4 1*04 

BVRON PRICK RKA1.T044B 


r> .« R W vto if, R AT. 
roeyri nil h#a*. Mai 
KV 4 BITS 


PTIU- BAHK- 
lioin dyrtrirt 


C‘OI VTRV HOMES 
■ nil I’KOriRTIt-H 


WESLEY ROAD 
• OFF PAT BAY HI-WAY 
NHA APPROVED 


Saanich Realty , 


9*3 Quadin 


BEAUTIFUL NEW 
BUNGALOW 

i broeti to-tro >*• etenffhww. ' 


Bmriae Or# ater VK'-ma 
and uta fniaiut 

W* VAtUB TOUR ooonwox 

TO BUY OR SELL 
COUNTRY HOMES 


Cl'T malar Piero 4Bd Iroir hn **r ] 
IMe-tta'i - c<iAdri» r ">ro #»ailahje Call 

t roy Jeraro- a or Id * kt-ullrot. , 
V M7M «r tIR » JR* 

| Frank A. Mar- in **"» "« Ltd. 

1 U14 Bronaimid «yrot I 

! - MUMP nirTJTJKR* ~ 

I Wa-ey yiea . from Onlb 'IdftO W 
I im. beaaUlulty treed Mil ano 
tor btftti loeotion «n *#n#r. ideal 
I tar -pllt total re ano Ptonro. 
) call 0#n mi bard. FVSdlfT. •*#• 

I KV ft-lJM baro rirod Beni: » Ltd . 

' ^ ^ I 

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oiro .and#* rnmn ftarta #*«*••• '• "* • •*+ *• rohnroa 

amnblifta Oro 4 »#r«rn *«n(dr>lr nUnnai buuga'"# folly ft.taralefl 

**»<. ^ Wharf ond* aro" "" Clneerdato A** near wi>b malar* fr 

■£& WMrt ^ srr — ■ $6soo s-jss - 

The bom* mat ba parch- *d l>.ll» . Plea.* ark tor W Irroe* RV l-IR) * < 1 QOO 
fumuhed nadf t# (Qrtrth #»#ttli»«r Arthur B Krt*** W ; ■# I 7 \J\J 

meat Uttn. far .. SoUUJ .79 Port « IV 1-141} CADI V P 


At* near with malitr# fr 

$6500 XTm S m 


TM Port ni 


m«ri in in. far „ #owv m ro 
Pl44a4 all Mr Plan u. 

|V Mill: #*•"* (14I HII 

EXCLUSIVE B 
ESQUIMALT 
TREED AREA . 

DnlraM* Inea'lmt nn on# •*( lh# "JJ '• 
ta#t ImiMIU *tre#t» in K«nul- , n ’ n n 
malt. Plr# anorioa* room*, about _ 


BRENTWOOD 


$1900 DOWN a ZL'tSS s -« 

EARLY- POSSESSION h -^ A|W 

NO STEPS s nu/ding IMM neat draw eaeh 

cirorn t# baa. abop* and arltonli atklU prlc# 41 404 eaeh a# may 


"SEA VIEW" 


Ul-AYD Mi 'MIC* Lm 

*14 tbrociaa X 


C.1N I VVVu/V9Ly 4-rr «*ld atoiya and nrot t , 
_ rant Oak ttnnra Brtgni ft iron# 
Varan- A-romn bom# with all j.irhan nnd guilty noar-'obi L 
rrKiianftettct*. rm «**•' room alUt Hreflace tap ■*'*■# 

a^.'n,^ £ ~ Z S8400 

fft-ni'i or oil! r#nt •’ *7* e*« 


•Id with bon 
P Marconi 

ta*«, | 


BVI-MII; 
f 4 not 


1.14* an ft •>-'• re- rralUrn ■ r^ow 

orartnia. canwlftd h«H. #rre!l»nl 
•mnrUtonn maid* and not tacludrd 
Bnat ear gen w-lh natural part - 

5 5 $13,9751 

^ Mr* McLean 

KV 4-4334 re* BV 4-44*1 


Brentwood Properties 

1144 Meat taanlrh ftrod 
Real mg m 94-K n r 44 T 

REVENUE 
$1800 DOWN 


•till 144 per maalh 

$2000 DOWN 

IMMED POSSESION 

Brand n#a 

(SUMMER 

CONSTRUCTION) 

Wore* rain ga lo« bl*h torturm. 


CANADA TRUST 

FOR YOU 
IN 

1959 


i Tna hay# a InyaMrm rtaar la wild 
ttrurmral yaalll * a* w#lf a* rrr, 
i an-wal •urraMnded by bnawllfill 
baroa* large Hying rroro with 
• ned- burning flr#»l*ce and «"t«ar- 
•<e dining room A *an»eni»nt I 
ft >«,Ura with ..Ice oabfnrt- end j 
taarti nf*M4#V4* Three larnr b#d- 
yeom* and J hath* large fireplace 
tn the unftni>h*d rnmpui room, 
Buy inda# and «na»# tn '.nmayya# 
Whrre ran yon find a b#*«er hay 


$7550 


It ft fror roa innoma PI 
•4141 Orirn rtppnrl 
rd •• b mdepebdata 
rrnivd neat, clean 
Call today 


r.„ $10 950 

OR RT ARB9P OPPBM 

Bing R 4 WILLIAM*. RV ft 41411 
nr nnt Ki* North way t#m Brt-ur- 


nn roil — a IM. TLI'UL t«o-r» [ h _ . i. , a . rrmm ini' I 

KV 4-431* KV 4-497 J , OQQ DQWN ~Mdf and 

* ,OUW TdTm . .rr.r? * and I bedrraomt arta baarma 

Ilf* par roa innoro* PLtr* ua fro *ir > , »tl *u*o haat and won dart u 

MOUNT TOLMIE S'. $10 

district sr-r $8500 p* ” $ ":®9? .-.rrflffl an 

dew ft rro atorro bnn* lartt IB j ]«« Patnta KVt-rttl, Rm £T. c^a,?in,.^a rv 7-»?a " **.* Horth-eatera 

D*t roodern cab etor kit ft •>« I *r J-W43 WmtbnaM— Brnwrl- ■*» . *L a 5L fc -%C‘** ” J ,,W IMP* •« »»Hmi4 Ud 
bed rat* Oa* ftw* r,m LtroitM m " ,m W,U " •’ 

'“wica^'lara.aa ^neat ^ \\xm WW IMM l » . .^yn. e^ I DONCASTER 

•rft-yftlk and 4t»»e* 17 Id down ir fta.-rr,»y* ?S vear* Id Awl«- PAIRF FI D a . .T,. , M( ,» 

Z ' , - , , --- ro* ciroa t -1 arty— 1 Am# I r n I r\ I ILLU A CONitid *'■»- f art ' • > 

af " $ l 1 ,950 fl.tfc oi#fif-#d dktortet Pft-ro HP PORT I INITY w'JJL L' *X'r* Tro 

Vonroe-' - ' OPPORTUNITY TrlTiT 

croiaei t D»Maa KT 1-3*44 fR«TRfrr PfVto Rrt« .to , „ a „ y-,a v|l- crone - (■ 


ft l4»*f* ham* II Cathey* *•'*' 
g room »»d l dining j "y" 

1 ai.rhen and I ron MR * 

am and baarmenc and » *7(1 •* KV . *•»» Rorthwett 
ggndrtiil |»y err- Aerur Hie* of Vfruwia Ud 


$21,500 


Ctoan 4-r -om nn-baaemayit 

fioer lnra'eft aloae la boa. 

making It an Ideal hum* far 
an aider raapt* Two bed- 
ronmt. ilvhia prom with flre- 
pfaee owe knrben wtlb dm- 
It* at»n like new oil rang# 
• lift n»l Heaser Inrfuded mil 

KSS2ir-.$7550 

r— aMKiin'meor in tlew rail 
Leonard Thome, al fuaugUa 
Maakr. to Cb. 4I7A P"f» •» 
RV 4-719 RV !■»**» 


HIT nPRINU IdkNTta LTD - — .V * ~W T^aro I 

Phone k3 Hanaro Bl \ *1 ^'i^aa^m* A "chVwA* 

IM WANTKD TO 111— hortr aaanich proprhtiw 

BOIHCH j 04**— ■**»«<* LU, ta dnoy Uj 

CAN YOU OFFER IN iv> rnoraB Ti WkifWD 
OAK BAY | WANT LOTS 

Wall eppumlert. rodfa MrtdTrrom fir U>I» Mkltata MF®' 1 ’, 
U... I ua mi >Mai nrrofted fer baiiuir.g hnme* n»a»a 


PICTURESQUE - 
CEDAR HILL HOME 


Wall 4|ipaM#4. n» B"""' 

hiu* ••Mi I -ahaivft living 'ftr-m* 

Keavata'gy rlroa ift tot* pad# 
rod nmm if} nn«em»*ft lime m 
gainga Affawro neafterw 
ft mail garden lVi lurnllty Mw-uai. 
Lrt.rt a roa arrf< rnd Aa law Wfttw 
4 # pwalhle Atomf ni'ld CASH A 
ra4,.M ' -to# to a l-.a-ia ' * • k#e 
wi'h all ny imta Of Ifwa# f»rturo» 
Ptome .a Kirotorm KV MN -m t9K 
OR? I RT 

F M CAHKUM-. LTD 


near W L4UVM4 Ri ' .Al/* PU 1 * IRbtM 
41 mn down in ftaroyri#ro ?to vear* ->ld Aid«- 

$11,950 mXrF (EhKiiCbI 


FAIRFIELD 

OPPORTUNITY 


DONCASTER I-'**, 1 

A MMdil'f' f-ayrr.eim •autda) «» Wll a, 
mull •..»#>#' and hanam Tb.» . , 


Tti# ymnlirlty and eharm of Ihi# •^’’VvVIlA P ^‘"' 

y.aadrnam a.yaacaM ininya-ee U ** *** 

enhanred by ua toa#ly aeuntg •( (VAItOAlV 

in» rarrotondlnf la#n* and thraba ci -rotn kawf’"*' " r,r “■*'**• ** 


Wf®. _ ,ma P M. CAR KI AH’, LTD 

BRA. aftrartiaa brand 1 — 1 

mi ll Md#f*» *9- tai-Nr r-owr 

Admiral* and Itotanl LrlV I j WOULD 44 Pt RABID TO CA1A 
fvgyv dimnd iroftn * frodT -mi. , OJ< vol , ,* m*t*4* aarb »*">:< 
haaeme-rl, J r to« In • la'agft. (•* g, rmroibla t»r|e#_ !#TVR aV . 


needed fdr ballUmj h<if>e» PVar* 
roll Rf If CABKLrOM RV I-4U4. 
bet . KV 1-4444 

ntV’itPTON not, MAP LTD. 
IfMM Oo-yern merit At rear 

~ SPOT CASH” 

mr Ml or nr-vdrty m’fto 
tilt batf'V 1-rtiiwl.ald IB 

r M *0 raffnt h m E-4rw ro 
men D-Ofthr at Reaient H it** 

lm. it# : ar - 


Wtlb a l«r»e ham# room 

1 with *•«*# <y and Tv * f, ayriaet • <m'i<e dmtr»g ram 

] Ben# hot had W 4W ta # and ro-roftY an g .fecir t rattne. turner puu 
| aafmMad •« .L Ideal ter • r» ir— r ^ igtj saroroent. dyi»#-ln garage. 
1 r*"’ > tA975 aul»»"*atic haa! a*»P *# a-ra af 

I O" ■# "** J land, tftb to a4a#B(Mn4llf #eU 

^ $12,650 

I JOHN GREENWOOD 1^ T ^^rvTSa. #. 


rucptirr vrv*MW>’to „ 


H A HUMBER LTD. 

43b Vto# «. ■» »■•»« “I"' 


ymi are lodkint toe: roftta'a • 

• I. The aafeai imaeii** bur , On <nmt 
1 Lrodthm ermyanlenag | r ,e,-a 
J. Very May term* «y »7<Mt. 


• aminl r-griKVA <WP dl(- J atoroa Lam 
JT *ermft ‘4 roah W\ f ft»4* r.lhrrromv 

ipm. Kd atadiA Wa. . I amnt*. RV 

i 


a.\j «»i - TTi»n fM *-> a BB447 M9*V< * r ' 

ai ovt srR i yytM oui 1 •milro advue yea i» *#• thu 
^-.°£nSUna. ftoM l\ i...? 


F~ BRnnnta (Hi *R nn- .n ow*m a trar b o» .n. » 

g ‘ , a.* r 41 ft ani-ra Untorona. » mtorenma J " 


M'h-nnmv full" aaaemani no J*»er, KY 1-4747 anrtimr Ratib-| 

amnt^KV 1-44M n ‘ 1 wrotera BmurlUM tot Vroamia M4. 


hanawero tl'tow In • ' ». the nro-ibla price -*VP «^ - . MAVK gyrVTVTAl. CONTRACTORS I 

matte ftl. rattdjwro JtoH. Ph-w* V og mat ate^ in ##t mroa *h# V la e* « .n ro.ro 

RVJJW rm KV ITKJA K «( Mgr 1 “roTL ff^ro 

-i it ii.,- .iv Bem.»b-r IT COBH VOO NCCTl a >* ro * nra •! ro , ,er if 

. ran nil *• roil t-mr nnmr Warn ^ . ! ■ r \— | JTg, ... 

•• rrolg kaalhgl "ear *#»•• gro g tMieudM baaed ta Wiifta'ft. f.# roin'ito-roi I ah 

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rtm pniltaM trtM irorTharo ito. | XT . ie m., TMat g V *119 M— taw * C* *17 A l ei ®re*7. 

^ »VAT19. Itaaftdenre KV » «- 


1341 Bread tor art 


.tic heat and •. acta at ; (R *V! MB R wimrortern ta-rot i IMP"™* 

• Mi to aSMBUdddU# eeU* '*« M Vtrftrota U4. | - 

$ 1 2 650 VROrtM ItOTRl AT *9 KKI.VfR J**"* 

. . * ' I'aaft gn dew* and »7» tar wtatth ">*» •" •" 

nd try TOUR «etroa {, ,,,hl grin IT TM t\ V »»J* »; r *tah 


0IDK RT firm fH 


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ORT Nil Kne’tiaeatani tacantiea MW I ROOM 
41 VKtdtia Lid. I 4 ml karoitigm 


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in Ttotap, *' j j™ f. " r ” m 


tm. KV 1 193. 


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Manx Roads Treacherous 


On the scene for over 30 


years - 
the original B.C 
PILSENER! 


At, Port Albeinl and Albeinl 
the snow was making driving 
difficult despite clearing and 
sanding of streets by city 
works crews. 

Snow was continuing to fall 
in the afternoon 
A number of accidents were 


Snow was snarling traffic at 
most Island centre* yesterday 
and police advised motorists 
to use chain* or snow tires. 

Almost five lncheecpf snow 
fell in the Duncgn^owlchan 
siea. but most roads were de 


VI illt till* llov Seoul* 


* Bottle Drives 


Snow was falling In Ihe Na- Warnings were Issued by 
nalmo ares again last night pwbllr work** officials against 
after a brief respite during the attempting to drive over the 
day. mountain highway without 

Roads were treacherous and snow Urea or chain*. 

Scores of cars were left Snow’ wa* falling off and 

atranded. some In ditches Rut on all day yesterday at 

police early last night said ('ourtenay hut police said last 

there had been no serious night there had been no 

accidents. s-rtous accidents so far. 

Five roads In the city werg, Roads were described as 
closed off for sledding. • "very treacherous." 


eon- nett. Garry Thorsen. Terry 
Wayne Bennett, 
Mendanhal; second* 
and year star, Kenny Earl; col* 
Stewart. John 
And Gornall; religion and Ilf*. 

Arthur Bois- 
vert. 


by Thunderbird Scouts and Leslie 
- A ‘ and "B” Cub packs, 
by St Columha Cub pack in lector. Don 
V.ew- Roy al Rtqulmalt 
there was pmttt In the col- Barry - Warren, 
lection of "empties." 

The Oak Ray gioup re^ 
ported a profit of about $150 
to be used for Scouting activi- 
ties Seventy dollars, or -HO 
dozens of buttles, wese netted 
by 12 St Columh.i Cuba. The 
money will be used to start a 
Scout troop In the district. 

The following proficiency 
badges were awarded last 
week: 

Tendripad. Chris Wright, 

Andrew llarcomb. Jerry Men 
denhaL Raymond King. 

Stephen I>ohr; first) ear s«ar. 

Roger Lucas. Douglas Ben 


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— Pu t tee have <m»c clue !u a 
men's burglary bera 

salurdav nl K hl 

They fS.WM worth of 

clothing was atotea. 

All site C. 


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CARLING’S^ B.G (rOSMISLY VANCOUVia ■NlWiatll LTD) 

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NANAIMO tCPl Rajlndt 
Mayo, president of the Mayo 
Lumhrr t'ompany, said here 
Monday a $»■>"<«» sawmill 
will go into production in Na- 
naimo in mid March. The 
sawmill may brenme the 
centre of a major industry for 
this Vancouver Island centre. 

Mr. Mayo said eon struct ion 
would start about Jan. 12 and 
the sawmill would he in op- 
eration two months later. 

He said the mill, however, 
was Just the first stage of a 
planned new Mayo operation, 
eventually to become an Inre- 
gTated forest products plant, 
with the main product being 
hard board 

The mill, to occupy a 12- 
acre sita south of here, will 
be open to Indians on an 
equal basis with other work- 


ers. He was unable to esti- 
mate the required labor force 
for the miJL 


For Customer 

0 

Convenience.., 


Unions work um 

Jobless Antidotes 


NANAIMO ICP* — Repre- * It a heartbreaking, ’ h 
■entativea of 28 Uada unions "*> * r « «<*>« *® «' 

on Vancouver Island have ^ n*rn * 

Voted unanimously to turn 

o rr a suggestion that they ft,,/,,,,, (,i ren on 

stage a mass march on the — — 


VANCOCVER (CPI The Mr. Justl.aH A Maclean of 
cxer-ulor of the estate of a Nan- BC. Supreme Court handed 
almo man was ordered Monday down the order against Guar - 1 
to account to the estate for anty Trust Company of Can- 
nearly $15,000 worth of aecur ada. executor of the e»ta*r of 

Arthur Newbury who died at 
Nanaimo in 1!»52, and of his 
wife. Rosa Ellen, who died In 

1AS6. 

The ault w as brought hv a 
surviving son. Edward New- 
bury, a Nanaimo electrical en 
glneer who was named the 
residuary beneficiary of the or 
Igtnal wills by hi* parents, but 
was excluded later from a later 
will made by hi* mother. 

The securities Involved were 
found In Mm Newbury’s safety 
deposit box at the time of her 
husband's death. Since they 
were payable to hearer Guar 
antv Trust decided they he 
longed to ihe wife 

A court ruling, however, 
found they were’ the property 
of the husband. 


Home Hurneil 


Pat Pay 
Could 
Help Out 


BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE 


If a heavy snowfall closes 
Vancouver airport Patricia Ray 
airport will he able to handle 
diverted traffic. Arthur Know- 
land. manager of the Patricia 
Ray field, said last night. 

Hut. he added only If Patri- 
cia Ray cbiesn't have a heavy 
snowfall, too. 

Snow clearing equipment 
went to work at Patricia Bay 
airport Sunday^ night and 
worked through yesterday, 
clearing runway* and parking 
hays and keeping litem clear. 

Not one flight had to he can- 
celled after the snow started 
falling. 

The suggestion that Van- 
couver's airport might have to 
• loar for the first time In 10 
yearn was made yesterday by 
William I n g 1 1 *. Vancouver 
manager. He said any closure 
would only be temporary, 
about three hour* until snow 
clearing equipment caught up. 


A full time separate department has been Installed In the Rrnad Street Office with experienc'd 
sU/f to look after etery detail of your printing order. When you do not find It convenient to 
vtait our plant office, or If you wish to save time, drop la at 1215 Broad Street and you will ro- 
eel\n tba same fully competent attention, advlc* and service on any type of printing order. In- 
cluding n price estimate. 


Sartre to i arniroa* 
as osnao* a«a«H.a wi*T«a. 

DUTHU) 

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Traffic Fines 

city 

Harold K. Eldsvlk. 1455 
Tratgflower. careless driving. 

$3T. 

Conrad E. Schiller. 1AT9 
Creacenf. careless driving In- 
volving Injury to pedestrian, 
gSn and licence suspended. 

Albert J. Robinson. Naden, 
violation of driver a licence re 
striction, gT5 and Ikence 
suspended. 

David L. Salmond, 147 St. 
Andrew's, violation of driver's 
licence restriction. $35 and 
licence suspended; falling lo 


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Protest Brief 


In Bitter Cold 


A brief protesting Saanich 
council* proposed drve|op> 
men* bylaw which will channel 
development Into on# part of 
I he municipality will be pres- 
ented to Reeve George Chat- 
terlon at a public meeting 
Thursday night. 

The meeting has been ar- 
ranged by Saanich council to 
explain the proposed bylaw to 
ratepayers. 


I.ake Ratepayers' Association, 
*aid last night the brief de- 
clared the bylaw would he un- 
fair. m 1 


By CANADIAN PKK>S The labrador ■ oast ev aped harheiur fi-e to death after 

Canada's current frigid 1 h* ookl weather, being the fire In his cottage went out. 
weather and snowswept high- warmed to 30 degree* by At a 69 year old mah was found 
way* have taken ihe Uvea of at ••nth’ Mr. ' by. neighbor* frozen on the 

least ll |ier*nn» Temperatures reported from doorstep of hi* shark a «*• 

Four men died In Alberts a* "orihem Canadian point* Sun- year old man froae after he- 
a result of bitter cold weather <Uy night and early Monday osmlng lost in a siorro and 
which ‘moved down from the included: Glllam. Man 51 another man dle*i after hi* 

Arctic last week and which ndw below . Prince Alben. Saak 4U >eep became bogged down lit 
cover* moat of Canada and two- below, Armstrong . Ont.. «K a snowdrift. 


OTTAWA lCr> — The 
Soviet gfuiniansl «a>* It 
has Invented a machine to 
break froten ground and 
sow crops In bitter winter 
front. 

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Ten died in Ontario, scores Trains from Western Canada 
were injured and property were reported from on# to four 
d-imag# was high Sunday as a hours late Sunday 

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wind* mad# roads treacherous, 


MONTREAL «CP» — Th# 
CBC said Monday night It con- 
siders employees who have 
ret used to cross picket line* 
set up by striking television 
producers as having been "ab- 
sent on unauthorised leave 
since 5 p.m.. Dec 29," the date 
the strike started 


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The Navajo Indian* of the 
western United Stales now 
number more than 70,000 com- 
pared to about 7,000 In 1R67 


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CALGARY — Mrs. Helm- * 

grace Brown finds cigar* much MYSORE. India - A wild 
easier to manage while doing elephant charged Ghana's 
housework, so that'* what *hr prime Minister Kwame Mm- 
smoke*. She took up «tugic* mah tn the jungle* of Mysore 
on a bet while In the UJ5. M.md«\ The Maharajah at 
Navy. Ml*** turned the elephant 

* * A * ' a-ide with a shotgun blast on 

KOWFALIA. Greece Street- it* forehead. 

cleaner 1-auro* Drakoull*. *0, 

t* going cheerfully on with hi* 
chores despite the pto«prr' of 
owning CO.OOff.OQO plus a gold • 
mme tn Africa He » believed 
to he the sole heir to his late 
uncle s vast fortune. 


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TOMORROW 


. MOROCCO Sir Wlnalim 
Churchill and his wife will ar- 
rive here Jan. 12 for a three 
or four week vacation In th# 
aun. 


PERTH. Out — i.eorge In- 
wood started smoking befoie 
Confederation * He was eight 
then, and Sunday he was 100. 


HOLLYWOOD Eddie 
KUher'a television a how will 
leave the air March 17. a 
spokesman for the ainget con 
finned- Monday. 


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NEW PLTMOITH. NZ. — 
While swimming underwater 
In a municipal pool Monday, 
12 year -old < «*»hla l oley was 
sucked Into a Wo- foot outlet 
pipe and flung out onto rock* 
at the ara's edge She suf- 
fered cut* and bruia#*. 


Memorial Arena 


BONN (lasedhr K«w». 
rad Adenauer celebrated hi* 
*3irl birthday Monday In an 
opsimistir mood about the 
panmg year. On doctors' 
Rfrtets he trimme*! h;% h 
day celebration to fiva hour*. 


HALIFAX PO Alfred 

Trembly appeared before a 
•navy court martial Monday on 
three charge* involving S 2 . 7 V) 
in "non-publle finds* misaing 
from the canteen of the frigate 
Lauzor W llliam <». s«-ntt. 11 
wa* *enten<-ed Saturtfay to six 
mont.h* in, Jail and dlwhArged 
from the navy after being con- 
victed of Mealing |3fi In non 
public funds. 

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See your nearest Fargo dealer soon! 

Whatever your job. there’s a Fargo truck to de 
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NOW at the BAY ... the First 
Cottons for the NEW ’59 Season! 


Power Plan Main Demand 


22 Ah»b 

T» n i n . ♦. IM* 


Ease Misery, Labor Urges 


Hotel Staff Mourns 

Jovial Sam Lowe 


Labor railed on ihr B.C. 
government ywt«ril> to ap 
point a royal rommireion to 
report on a "••orrect*' power 
development and ii)»tilbuilw»i 
program for the province 
C*B.C Federation of Laly* 
Yrnentcd a brief to ibr cab 
Ad In which It outlined poll 
rt<\fnr alleviating "mlaery. 
P< ,v \v and degradation" . in 

the qV., ,,f in 

aanda nriy„ r ritlaens xie not 
only tll-rlA-nd'-lllhnu-ed. but 
are artuallyw n f ng hungry . . * 
In one of \y- moat richly- 
endowed rpota^r, the world. “ 
Noting tbaAj^?. employera 
la*t year "launch^ ,he deadll 
e*l attack we hA> ever ex 
penenccd" lo de*f|V thr bar 
gaining power of uW,,na. the 
federation rnummeb.d the 
following poBclea be ytnpieti 
hy the government k the 
legislature ae«*i<»n whirttguri, 
Jan. 21: 


1. Deflate an emergency 
exists In the field of unemploy 
menl. 

2. Immediately make avail- 
able a sum of SA.OOO.OOn for up 
employed aaalatance. 


S Call a piuvlncewirtr ron 
feience to plan a fa i reaching 
program of relief for unem- 
ployed Including extenalve 
■uhile Wol'ka. 

4. Acqu union h> the govern 


O'Neal, linn Win 
Top Labor Posts 


B C, Federation of Labor baa 
appointed Pat O'Neal were 
tary to lla executive council. 
He succeed* George Home who 
leave* the position to Jake up 
hi* new Job a* director of 
political education for the 
Canadian Labor Council. 

A new position of muitlinl 
secretary will go to former 
Vancouver labor official James 


Bury, who ha* spent the past 
few years a* organt/er for In- 
ter national Federation of Free 
Trade Unionist*, with head 
quarters In Mexico City. 

’ Kxecullve council members 
la* t night gave a dinner at the 
F.mprrM Hotel hofioting Mr. 
Home for his many years of 
service lo organized tabor 
in B.C. 


menl of all power develop 
menta i other lhan those of 
B.C. Power Commlaakml, In 
particular, the B.C. Electric. 

5 Development ot the Mow 
Creek program by 'he federal 
and provincial governments 
under the agency of the RC. 
Power Commission. 

6. Amendment to lh# Civil 
Peleno* Act making “explicitly 
clear" that il cannot be used 


Relation* Act to make provl 
ston (or a union to conduct a 
strike vote at any stage In 
negotiations “without govern 
ernmeni inter ferencr." 

The federation said the royal 
commission should study con 
trol and distribution of natural 
gas as well ax hydroelectric 
and other sources of power. 

rtie electric railway running 
two miles from St. Catharines. 
Ont.. to Mertitlon was built In 
1IW7. 


AL CAPONE 


Sam Lowe, one of the most 
popular figure# at the Em 
press Hotel, died suddenly Sat- 
urday night 

The Jovial ahoe*hlne man 
had worked at the hotel for 


Capone Chair of Taxes 
Mystery Donors' Plan 


almost lh years and had lived 
In Victoria for more than 50 
years. 

He died after making ar- 
rangements k» -lake two 
friends and their families out 
to dinner. They were Cyril 
Chapman, manager of the 
hotel, and Jimmy James, a 
dose friend and valet et the 
hotel. 

“1 was honored to be In 


when he gave hira a Ilf* pact 

way home. 

Mr Lowe visited Hong 
Kong In October for a family 
reunion, the first' time he had 
returned to China since com 
Ing to Canada. When he came 
bark he commented “Victoria 
much better" and said he was 
then prepared to settle down. 

Before obtaining the con- 
cession at the Empress Hotel. 


" "Y' rook in restaurants 

who said he and his wife had -|#1 hnmaa 
accepted similar Invitations F|na , -rr . ngwnrn 
several other llmex. «_ 


apparently wishes to “create 


tepteo simitar invitations F|n|U . rr . ngwnrnl , wU | not 
veral other times. ^ ^ „ |d Mr Jmm9t untU 

"Sam was like one of live , grandson In Toronto and a 
mlly," said Mr. Chapman. , ttephew at South Slocan, RC.. 


PHILADKl.l IIIA iAP» « n -ur> 0 j raapectahtllty for family." aald Mr. Chapman nephew at South Slocan, RC.. 
lawyer tepresenting four ot a name that has been dragged He said Mr Lowe wax have Indicated If they can 
five unidentified persons has through the mud. ' “hale and hearty” Saturday ' attend, 

asked the University of Penn 

sylvania for phicnixsion to es- a t 

tahliah 'he "Al Capone chair 1 v . _ I 

on taxation." I w ' I 

-The laie rartiat eer was F fla 

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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 19.VJ 


No. 20 — 10 l»i YEAR 


Snow Claim 


First Victim 


Vint nt'ualty of Virlori*'* reernf mottfill 
7 tl\ rar-okl (iror^r D. Carroll, ol 2520 Van- 
couver. mho HiUspMil anil died alfcr shovelling 
snow outside his home al 1.35 p.m. yr»lf nlay . 1 

The body mas takrn to McCall's funeral home, 
where it mas viewed by fhe coroner, I>r. E. C. Hart. 


Freeze 

Hazard 

Feared 


Bulletins 


CHICAGO — Richard 
Revnr*. managing direc- 
tor of the Chicago Inter- 
national Fair expecta the 
Queen to visit Chicago 
aboard the royal yacht 
Britannia. 


Weather-shaken Greater 
Victoria, which was oirTHB~ 
skids yesterday and then 
grimly shovelled its way 
almost back to normal, is 
keeping its fingers crossed 
in the face of the latest 
forecast 

IJtee other weather news on 

N«« II. > 

More „ mow U definitely 
commit this morning on top 
of Sunday night * and Mrmday 
morning’s lour Inches bu» it 
la expected to turn to rain by 
norm, the weatherman say*. 
FREEZE It ARKD 

The final blow which mav 
1 really pul the area reeling on 
a wlnlry "skidroad" is tha 
prow pec i of the rain freezing, 
creating a traffic nightmare. 

A mostly -succeaaful hatlla 
waa waged yesterday to over- 
come the snow by tniara. cliy 
work '-rew* taxis garages, 

, bread and milk companies, 
police. firemen and tha 
ordinary cltl/en aimed with 
a shovel 

ONK -M HOOI. SHI T 

Only *441001 which failed to 
take in the holiday influx of 
returning students was Es- 
quimau High, where many of 
it« TflO students have to travel 
from aa far a* View Royal 

•“All other schools functioned 
normally, said superintendent 
John Gough There are not 
! likely to be any school 
closures today. 

PARKERS' DELIGHT 

Overtime parkers will prob- 
ably he getting the benefit of 
the doubt downtown while tha 
anow lasts 

Pollrr fhtef J.ihn Bla. k 
stock «ald that aa long as 
anow remains plied on Hty 


OTTAWA — five lees* aged 
youth* were committed la 
stand trial for murder la 
the steak half r slaying Nor. 
IS of 18 - year old R»d»ert 
O’Leary 


Slunnins Possibility 


Will Reel Planet 
Orbit to Mars? 


VANCOCVU-Ti 


By I. T. JON'Kft 

The stunning possibility emerged yesterday that 
Russia's cosmic rocket may be itound for Mars. 

The orbits of the new man 

„.,l. plMtl .nd Earth', ~ " mov “ *'**>' ,rmr 

n.lchbt.r planrl bn.* rta- ,h * *" d M ‘" " 

oral funmrt “» “ “ “ ,w,rd Thh 

would tend to reduce the tim# 

Both Marx and the rockei 

gap 

will be in that pari of their 

The estimated gap hetweer 
orbits at the .ame lime. Ihm when thry p.„ wl „ N 

WtHHED MOON about 4.750.000 miles In termi 

.. . , . of spate distance* a relative!] 

Wh, " h " b, ,.T.drni .r d- Th. n*k« Ml 

sign Russia • spaie vehicle, lr -,-| fi7V ritt till mile 


‘Small World* Journey End 

A* trans-Atlantic crossing of balloon from left. Arnold 
• Small World'' ends. Mrs. Rosemary peditlon's pitot _<*l 
Mudie. 30. comes ashore at Bridgeton. Colin. 32, and Ek>\\ 
Barbados. Behind her are the other 21.— (See story, F 
adventurers of the air-sea journey. 


EDMONTON. Alta lUPIl — 
City planning director W R 
Brown told a hearing Invest! 
gating dvic maladministration 
charge* Monday that Infer- 
ences that his department art 
out to favor some persons at 
the expense of other* were 
untrue 

However, Brown told the 
Inquiry that he could not 
answer charges that his depart- 
ment functioned to the advan- 
tage of certain individuals 
until specific rharges and 
names were revealed 

N. A. Rault. former director 
of land and industrial develop 
merit, said whenever the city 
planning commission disagreed 
with a price suggested by his 
department, ft ruled that a 
higher, rather than a lower. 


levs than two degrees In re- wards Mar* 

latton I*- Earth s, and It Did ihe Russians intend their 

major axis la Une joining the "P-~ «"** »° 

* It has* It la almost incon- 
point where it ts « loseat ^ j c«4vat*le. The close brush with 
the sun and the point where the moon deflected the rocket 
It is farthest awsyl is angled considerably and Influenced Its 
.1 2no degree* In relation to The delicate timing and 

_ , , .. navigation required to pull off 

Ihe Earth s. Thai la. the sec BUch , lrick on purpo «e would 

lion of Earth's orbit farthest ^ superhuman 

from the sun Is 20 degrees np^A iaLLY TIMED* 
away from the section of Mars' 

orbit closest to the sun. But still, the final result la 

w it»* k ORBIT 100 to be pure ct>- 

wmr.K orbit , incidence It may be that the 

The new rocket, fired on Soviet Union had a pass at 
ahead of the Earth and travel- Mars figured In as a poasi 
ling faster, will follow a wider blllty. ami limed its shot ac 
orbit one that cloaely ap cordlngly. 
proa. -he* that of Mar* at one ^ whnl r , |M ^ uln ^ 

P° ,n ’- trtgulng questions. Is there 

For Mars, that point la 229 unannuonced equipment 
days away: for the rocket, the aboard the hig rocket In case 
same point Is 211 days away of a close approach to Mars? 
' -.or would be If both were If it comes that close, what will 
travelling at constant speed It find there” 

However the rocket ts slow Or what wlU find It? 


Top B.C. Electric of- 
ficials have red -carpet 
treatment at Ihe premier’s 
office w henever they 
choose to go. but B.C. 
power Commissioner* have 
at many limes been moat 
reluctant or even afraid to 
discuss matters of import- 
ance with the premier. H. 
Lee Briggs, fired power 
commtksion general mana- 
ger. told ihe Shrum royal 
commission yesterday. 

Ml Hngg% who yesleidi»> 
began three days of testimony 
before the royal commission 
inlo B.C. Power C ommUxlon 
financing and operations 
charged that this indicated 
We ll *ee how it turns nut," where blame for a proportion 
he .ski Then he said through of P°° f 
his Irsnslater ‘ there will he »he BA.. Eleciru an<l 
p cacf " , . power commission should go. 


ERROL FLYNN 
, . . Joined rebel* 


There Will 
Be Peace ’ 


atoning 


Kidnap 

Death 

Feared 


HAVANA iAPi Actor 
Errol Flynn, nursing a wound 
he called a scratch, said Mon- 
day night he campaigned with 
Cuban rebel leader Fidel Cas- 
tro in s real life episode of 
his swashbuckling film r»r»r, 
Just "to see what makes an 
idealist tick" 

”f was hiding behind a post 
- as usual~when a bullet hit 
the port and then my leg." 
Flynn said 


tlcally unnavtgable without 
chains. Drivers are warned not 
to attempt the trip unless It 
la vitally necessary 
• City work crews were out at 
7 am. yesterday. The real 
trouble spots were sanded first 
and then all the major roads 
Continued on Page 1 


NEW YORK 'API- A rryp 
tic note attached to a diaper 
aroused fears Monday for the 
safely of a newborn Infant 
kidnapped Friday night 
The diaper was found in a 1 
subway station An attached 
note read: 

"Please return to St PeteT'a 
Hospital. Didn't want to hurt 
anyone. Everything is so hard 
Tired. Sick. The ocean is *o 
Inviting. Mayho now 1 will find 
peace 

"1 tried to keep her warm. 

Dear God forgive me 
St. Peter's Is the hospital 
where the daughter of Mr and 
Mr*. Frank D. CMaaMl was 
kidnapped only 2‘* hour* after mmk* or< * n M«mda> . 

birth. The party asked all func- 


Albania’s Red Government 
Gets Year at Hard Labor 


LOS ANGE1.ES iUPTi — 
Gen. Albert C Wrslomeyer. 
high-ranking Second World 
War offkef, says he believes 
Russia Is capable of bitting 
United States targets with mis- 


siles guided with pin point Ac- 
curacy 

"Common sense should H^I 
us." he said, “that If the Ru* 
atans have both the thrust and 
guidance system for their 
moon rocket, they then have 
lesser capabilities. " 


nonanes to do manual work their tool* to was an artificial | But there was no mention of 

for at least one year so aa to *■* In Tirana , . On Enver Hoxha head of 

keen "contact with the work i Joining the whtt*MV,nar labor M Qm Hadji 

keep roman wun me worn 4 rmy , *md a Tirana report re ' . * . . . 

Ing ctaaa" and combine | aywJ ^ p,.,p, nr Radio, waa RH'lar head of stale. 

theory with practice” Premier Mehmet Shehu and picking up tools in tha work 

The first project they turned other leader*. i brigade. 








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VIEWSofSPORT 


By Red Smith 


Ofrfmbfr was g laddered in Monlleai b\ valorous old 
Arrhls Monies unforgettable melodrama with Yvon Durelle 
srrfl In Now > ork by rousing ImIs of deirmgdn on the pari 
of I ho fool hall Giant* than wound up In Rmhane. Australis. 
In an orgy of theatrics as the ancient Imu kicked up a 
racket In international tennis. 

Actually it was only one Inca who caused the commotion, 
and hy no means an ancient one When Alejandro Olmedn * 

hi* well vruhbed paw Into the Davis Cup challenge round, 
little old Petu made hat first appearance In this league since 
Dwight Davis donated the bucket Ml years ago 

Technically. Olmedo waa not plating as a representative 
of his native land, or he'd never have luen in Brisbane With 
•*" exceptions, the challenge round has been a private com 
pel It ton test i tried to the I'nltcd States threat Britain. Austra 
lia and Prance In 1HI*4 Belgium murM in a* challenger 
and Inst a shutout to the British and In 1921 the Japanese 
were abused in similai fashion b\ William Tatum Tllden 2nd 
and BUI lohnston 

Aecepting the principle that "if you can't heat ’em. join 
'em," Olmedn enrolled as a student in th* University of 
Southern California and thus became eligible in the absence 
of any rule* against it for the United States team Con- 
sequent!* hi* Australian s i«tt ha* hern made under the aus. 
pires of the same eagle whnae portrait appears on Jack 
Kramer s hank notea. 

The Foreign Element 

This hu«ine«s of recruiting foreigners In our cause has 
stirred some agitated harrumphing in ih^ catgut set, hut It 
cannot he denhd that Olmedn brought more excitement to the 
challenge round than thta competition had experienced In 
years In the opening singles match he whipped Australia's 
Mai Anderson, teamed with Hamilton Richardson to win the 
doubles then polished off Ashley Cooper and lifted the hard 
ware. 

If Olmarto were a naturalized citizen, or meant to become 
one, hla presence on the team would annoy nobody hut the 
AiiMifi . J-Ipwever. he has no Intention of applying for citizen 
ship, which would expose him to military service and possibly 
disrupt plans for tennis Junkets *o the French Riviera 

When he was chosen over Ham Richardson to compete in 
the singles, there were rumblings of unreal In quarters like 
the West Side Tenrrl* Club the Newport Casino and the 
Germantown Cricket Club This was due partly to his Peru 
Man origin and partly to a suspicion' that the decision, na 
ten*ib|v made by Perrv Jones, the American captain, had 
actuallv been dictated by Jack Kramer, the American menace 

Kramer is a horseplay tog vulgarian who habitually and 


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>1. He is a tireless cotrupter nf young ama 
seeks to seduce suborn and debauch, with 
tin his touring troupe of professionals. 


Root of All Evil 

He Is also coach of the American aquad Mr. Stanley 
Woodward, himself an avowed and certified professional in 
the newspaper field has written that this Is like electing Jean 
I>Fltte Commrslore of the New Orleans Yarht Club, but Mr. 
Woodward seems guilty of tnconaistency on this point. He 
sees nothing objectionable in hiring a professional to coach 
amateur football players at Amherst. 

Anvhow. there* an ugly whisper going around, that 
Kramer rhose Olmedo met Richardson because he considers 
Richardson a Colorlesis player who would contribute nothing 
to professional tennis but regard* Olmedo as « bright prospect 
for his menagerie True or fal«e, the fad la that Olmedo 
turned out to he a live on*. 

There are historians who blame Kramer and hia prede 
ressms for the failure of the I’nlted Slates in dominate work! 
amateur tennis year gfter vesr Inin eternitv They go back 
to 192* when Vipcent Richards turned pro and argue that 
we would have smothered foreign competition from then till 
now if professional promoters hadn't grabbed off the best 
amateur* as fast as thev got hot Tllden and Frank Hunter. 
ETswnrth V'nes George l/*»t. !>* Stoeffn. lion Pudge Rnhhy 
Rirgs Kramer himaelf. Gene Mako. Wei by Van Horn. Pancho 
Segura. Richard Gonzales 

Pros and Con Men 


The flaw In ' 
the proa have at* 
Fred Perry to Av 
Jsedgeman and i 


argument ?* that It ignore# the fast that 
dured the he*r foreigners, from England's 
.lia s Lew Hoad After Australia a Frank 
McGregor had knocked off the Doited 
States Tkivis Cup tesm for »he third time in a row K tamer 
performed a patriotic service by debauching the pair of them 
with $ 1 ( 10.000 

Right now he has Cooper and Anderson, the best ama 
tetirs Down Coder He plays no fa voiles among nation* 
J|e aims to leave in amateur rank* only th 
of Webster s definition* nf amateur": "A * 
prilled wotker; dabbler: dillettante tyro, no* 


who fit one 
firtal or un- 


Esks Show Loss 
For '.jo Season 


EDMONTON Edmonton 
Eskimos, who in the past two 
seasons have slipped from 
tpeir old position as the 
power of the Western Inter 
pro* incial Football Union, 
also did considerable skidding 
at the gate la*t year. 

Eskimos official* reported a 
loss of 119.43$ on the soaaon'a 
operation at a meeting of the 
Touchdown Club. A coroMna 
linn of rain on three game 
nights and a decrease tn sea 
son ticker sale* was hlamed 
for the deflrlte The duh op 
era'ed at a profit of $5,412. 

Retiring president CM Rosa 


II. S. Pro Tennis Promoter . 



Cougars Get Another Chance; 
Spokane Plays Here Tonight 


“Well, we've gnl to start all over again, anti wa 
ar* going fo atari tonight.” 

That was the promise last night from Pat Kgan, 
disappointed manager-coach of the Victoria Cougara, 
on hi* return from a fruitless trip to Spokane. The 
Spokes returned to Victoria with the Cougar* for a 
game tonight at Memorial Arena. 


‘ Little Gump' Ready 

New York Ranger* are happy with Lome “Gump'' 
W or* ley again, hut if they ever want another 
goalie, there'* another Wornley on the way up. 
Dean Woraley, age three, j* taking lesson* from 
hi* dad at Madison Square Garden, hi* young 
sight* set on the National Hockey League. — (CPC I 

Speakin" Briefly 

Venturi Rallies ; 
Bruins Place 
Four on \\ ai vers 


Egan continued. "Th* oppor- 
tunity w* had to pull away 
from Spokane and N*w Went- 
mlnalcr and get Into a fight 
with Sea 1 1 1* for th* load Now 
thla thing ia a real hors* 
rare." 

He waa referring, of coura*. 
to the weekend trip to Spo 
kane and tha New Year a Day 
game here again*! New West 


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Briggs, Hill Hamfortl. Petr Turk*, Tooby, AI l>»\iea, 
Mel Davidson. Do* Hendry and Ron Hunter. 

The duh makes its first start tomorrow night 
at 8.30 against Half May House at Mount View 
High Hdund gym Writes meet Naval Vets in the 
senior “B" women's opening game at 7. 

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minster. It la sad, but true, 
i to nola that th* Cougar* 
would b* leading th* Western 
I Division of lb* Western 
Hockey League today had 
they won thoa* three games 


Amazing Oldtimers 
Still Gather Glory 


Ken Venturi *h«( an eight- 
under par M In an amazing 
com* from behind performance 
yesterday to win the $35.0(10 
1st* Angeles Open golf tourna- 
ment. 

Eight strokes behind Art 
Wall Jr . going into the final 
(ound the 77-year old Venturi 
wrecked the par 71 Rancho 
Golf Club course with a round 
nf W\A that gave him a TI 
hole total of 278 

Wall had a last round of 73 
for a 280 total that would have 
stood up against the field ex- 
i-ept (or the dramatic finish 
by Venturi who won JA tOfl. 
Walt pu ked up S3 400 Billy 
Maxwell was one stroke back 
in third plat*. 

Venturi wa* even par on the 
first two hole*, then started 
off on his par busting with 


Boston Bruins who have 
lost all but four of thetr l*«< 
17 National Hockey league 
games, have placed four play- 
er* on waiving and although 
no names were mentioned 
speculation I* that they ar* 
forwards Norm Johnson Karl 
“Dutch'* Reihel, Larry Regan 
and Reat Che vre fils. 

General manager Lynn Pat- 
rick said it was done because 
"1 simply thought they weren t 
good enough to help u* " 

The time limit during which 
other NHL rluhs ran pay the 
fur each 


Don Atone of University of 
Arkansas, who played for the 
West in Iasi weeks Shrine 
Bow l fool hall game. 

<r a 3 • 

RthNIA* touVing narlonal 
hockey team finished a three 
game attnt against the U5. 

Sunday The Russian* who 
won two games and tied one. 
play in Detroit tonight against 
a combined Michigan and 
Michigan State college duh 
. , . Another Russian rluh heat 
Sweden s Djurgaiden duh. 3-1, 
Sunday in Stockholm to win 
the Aheane Cup . . . Defence 
man Kim Howell joined Van- 
couver Canuck* of the West 
ern Hockey lea rue last night 
, , Brooklyn's Bobby Fischer. 
15. won the United States 
chess championship for the 
second straight rime Sunday 
In New York » , 

boxing mokkoith 

Sidney Boxing Club will r* 
same workout* at the Sansrha 
Hall tonight il 7 pm AU boys 
Interested In boxing are Invited 


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By DM AK FKAI.BY race you can t do much better year Arnold Palmer. 28 was 

NEW YORK tUPD — Thl* than put Eddie Arraro up on lb* leading money - winner. 

They would be a point ahead wa* 2.1 year* ago. I your nag W*U. Eddi* la 42. The two htggeat threat a they 

of Seattl*. eight points ahead jne MrCarfh* waa the new And stlU a winner la Johnny face are Billy Casper. 27. and 

of Vancouver, 11 points ahead manager of the New York Longden. who admits to 49 but Ken Venturi, 28 Yet Hen 

of New West minster and 15 Yankee* with seven pennant* who. tome claim, la 32 Sam Hncan and Sam Snead, with a 
point* ahead of Spokane | ahead of him Jim Braddnrk Palumbo atlU Is winning at 30 total age of 92 represented 
Instead, the Cougars lost on waa heavyweight champion nf and to really toy with time, the United States In the Inter- 
New Year * Day. 4 2. to the th* world Gen* Venzk* posted Sunny Jim Fltzsmwnons at national golf championship 
Royals, Inai Saturday, 31. to the fastest Indoor mil* mark *4 remain* busy saddling So shed no tears (or th* old 
Hi* Spokane dub, then were of 4 102. And nut In Okla winners guard They're Mill around 

toeaien agate Sunda« 5-4 by bom* the Man 1 1* family bad Th* kid* finally bava movad and doing fine old Archia. 
the Spoke* in a tour point • y*«r year-old son named •„ on golf. Dow Final erwald th* ‘ fighter of th# year," 
game. All of which left itw Mickey. 

Cougar* lied wt»h Vancouver. That wa* the yera a 


eight points behind Seattle, 
only one ahead of Spokane 
and only three ahead of the 
Roy a la 

Sunday » game *a«£ real 

heartbreaker. Egan reported. 
Th* Cougara bounced hack 
from 0-2 and 2-3 deftetia to 
pull even at 3-3 early In the 
third period Only 34 seconds 
later, a had. behind the goal 
pass gave the Spoke* the lead 
again. Rllnky Boyre antb-tpa' 
ing the play, intercepting 


•ter named A r r h I • Moore 
began boxing as a prof#a_ 
atonal 

Now. 23 years latet, that 
same Archie Moore a tew day* 
hence will receive the New 
York Boxing Writer*' Trophy 
as the “fighter of the year." 
Aik. be did. at an age placed 
vaguely somewhere between 
43 and 49 waa retain th* light 
beavwelgbt championship of 
the world against muscular 
von Durelle In a brawl for 


at 29 was th* pro golfer of th* merely la exhibit A- 

Familiar Faces 


In Scoring Race 


SI 3 OfW) waive 

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player expire 

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night. If mm 

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the year. Ihe 

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the Brums. 


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said < 

■ change In coaches at 

the start of last season got 

the K 

AM off to a slow start. 

but t 

hat right now the duh 

waa a 

head of laat year hy two 

montl 

vs or mot* in recruiting 

PISNW 

rv 

Ksk 

Imu* spent $432,723 last 


Biggest single item waa 

main* 

*niinr# aivl 

Esk 

iim«*s were the first 

WIFt 

' club to report a deficit 

in 1 

998 Earliei • Winnipeg 

Blue 

Rnmhet* repotted an 

estimated profit of $13,022 

and the R.C Lions, who fin 

ished 

last, showed a profit of 


• re picked up. 
i be sent to 
i learn at 

Regan was 


BIIJA BRAY, tired a* roach 
of Toronto Maple Leaf*, yea 
terday was appointed aasiatant 
geneial manager of Belleville 
McFarlands. Canada s repres 
ent alive* in the world hockey 
tournament In Prague next, 
March . . Mai tndrrvnn of 
Australia took hta third 
straight heaUng since turning 
proteaaional Sunday, losing to 
Ben McGregor, 83. 83 . 

Alex oimed.. star of the I S 
triumph over Australia in the 
Dav la Cup tennis tourney ad 
vanned to the third round of 
the Western Australian cham 
plnnehlps yesterday with a 7-3, 
82 2-8 83 win over Allr4» 

Bridge of Perth Ottawa 

Hough Riders yesterday an- 
nounced the signing of highly- 
touted qua i terhai k Don Al- 
lard of Boston College, flrat 
drafl choir* of W*a«hlngton 
Red*klna In the National Foot- 
ball league . , . Calgary Siam- 
have signed halfback 



passing out front To com 
plet* II, the puck bounced tn 
off Max Mekilok. who re- 
turned to action with two 
goals. 

WINNING GOAL 

What proved to he th* win- 
ning goal cam* after a face 
off in the Victoria rone he 
tween the face-off Mrrlea. The 
puck cam* back to Buddy 
Bod man, who whacked at It 
backhanded and saw it hit the 
crossbar and bounce down and 
Into th* goal. 

Steady pressure brought the 
Covlgars within a goal in th* 
last minute but time ran out 
before they could pull even 

again 


'von Durelle In a 
'the ages 

AMAZING P»KFORMAN< K 

It was an arrMrnng per- 
formance. Yet It only accents 
the fact that while sport* aup 


With the National Hockey 
league season past the half 
way mark, scoring statistics 
for the moat part, show the 
same old name* at th# top of 
th* heap. 

Last - season. 12 players 
23 or mor* goal* 


Player* with 
points follow. 


20 or mor* 


poaedly are dominated by the n , ck M oor# '361. Gordie How* {£££* daS^T* 
musrb* of youth, and th* Camille Henry '32», 

clock and the calendar ar* £dd * Lltzenherger i32* Andy Sail! "caws#!** 
supposed to wait for no man. Bathgate t»t. Bronco Horvath 


a hoar of oldtimers still ar* , v , y|#nrt Richard i2Bt. Don 
tweaking Father Time* Kenney <28t, Bernie Geof- 
whiskers flion ,Jr,/ jean Beliveau 127*, 

The golden 2B* and the Q|f| p U ff (28i and Jerry Top 
early 3B* are alleged tn he j Muat | n | <231. 
the peak performance years In Thl , Ihe only new 

sporta. but only In golf, long comrrf among the 10 players 


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regarded as an "old man * 
sport ” have the youngsters 
actually taken alt the bead 
lines 

Boxing is dominated. If not 
by greyllrarda. at least by 
Egan announced laat night gladiators who long alms have 
that he would use the same ^ rosy, fresh cheeked 

line up again tonight but said lnnk M idd,ew*4«bt king Ray 22 ’ ^nd 'liathgair and ”mw 
, he.e would he a change be Rohm „ n so.>n will be 39 Hi. ”o hlvl A are the^ly 

greatest rival t* 32 yea told pUver , wl|h „ many w 
Carmen Baalllo and light foa|m (>nrfr10 n ha* t9 

weight boss Jo, Brown la at #n<1 How# A „ fJv# hayf 


mor* goals are Mauno* 
Richard, who played only 28 
games last season because of 
Injuries, and Vic Slasiuk and 
Andy Hebenton. both 21 goal 
men last season. 

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hind th* blue line unlesa the 
defence lightened up. That 
would mean the return to 
action of rookie Dav* Rim 
stad to tak* over for either 
Don Method or Carl Kaia*r , 

NERD DRFR.Nf KM AN 

)ur forwards ar* playing 


excellent chances to go past 31). 


least U 

In baseball Ted W'llllam*. |( h#y ^ Maurice Richard, 
the American League hatting B^„ve*u who 

champion. ia 4fl. Warren , s 

... Spahn the most feared pH. her Ihi- usvhi 

well although two w three of ,n ,h# National league, will h-v# been flw*n by Henry. 



th^m haven't been as good a* 
they should be on the road.'' 
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he W when another season who hM ]j go- | a 

roll# around the same age as * games Duff, wlih nine 
menacing Stan Muaial. Coun #fler xi game*, and Henri 
defenceman, and I n going to ,r > Slaughter will he roaming Ktchard. with nine after 38 
get one if I can" • ome Iwiguo outfield at game% Horvath missed 23 

Following tonight 'a gam*. ^ a ' v1 <Jown ,n Miami one of games beraus*vf a broken Jaw. ; 
the Cougars go to New West *be best International league Geoffrion la currently lead 
minster Saturday, then play burlera la Satchel Patg* Ing the race for the Art Roaa 

Ihe Rovals on Morvday and Ageless Satch confessed last Trophy, which goes to Ihe 
the Spoke* un Wednesday at with a twinkle which player with the most point* for 

Memorial Arena «*>d be atlll waa guilty of an the season The Montreal tight- 

"We still hav* a chance tn understatement that be was winger, who won the trophy in 
pull away from ihoae two "shout 31* the 1934.V3 season, has 49 

Hu ha '• Kgan pointed out The pro football Giants points four more than Andy 

of the New York 

title a few days hack. How 5 Ranger*, seeking hl« first 
Why. on Ihe passing arm «f point championship Moore la 
38yearold that lev Toner ly., third with .18 points but. bar- 
And that * a business where ring serious slump* nr Injuries, 
18 feels like .VI. Il appears In he between Geof 

If you want to win -a stake* frion and Bathgate. 


Then in a moan, but whal almost beat the Coll* for the Bathgate 
a chance we ml*aed.’* 
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W recks Australian Team 


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Kramer Lures Cooper from Amateur Ranks 


SYDNEY, Australia <UPD— 
ustratia * Ashley Cooper 
rtlted tit* amateur tennia 
inks today In a move that 
lie* pro king rancho Gonzales 
glamorous new npp. nent and 
lohably assures a 1'nited m 
tales victory In th* peal Da via 


cup d 

talleng* round 

Unit 

ed States promoter Jack 

Kramt 

>r announced that the 22- 

year ol 

Id Wimbledon and United 

Rtates 

and Australian nations; 

champ 

ton has agrefd to a three- 

yea » 

coni rad which shivuld 

earn It 

im wbout $1 40 0no Krs 

met »a 

id Cooper would be guar 

amend 

$100 00(1 over th* three 

>i>ar peruMi ptun .ti per cent ot 


it* the flrat year and S 
>nl of the gate for each 

aontidcred th* 



JACK KRAMER 
. , wtecka Aussie* 


smoothest playar ever de 
velnped in Australia, la whed 
uled to make hi* pro dehut 
Tuesday night againat Ecu# 
dor's Pancho Segura In the 
Jack Crawford testimonial 
tournament. Segura, a fabu 
loua bandy legged retriever, ia 
a world famed "apoller ", 

Of.MF.DO I N( 'HAI.1 .r.NGF.n 

Cooper's move, ahortlv after 
Davis Cup teammate Mai An 
derao 
breathed 

1989 pt 
was a tn 
tralla’a 

lb* Davis Cup from the United 
State* 1HU year and perhaps 
for several years 

With Cooper and Anderson 
out of the picture, th* United 
States controversial Peruvian 


also 

turned 

P r 0. 

new 

Ilf* Into Kramer's 

ilnnal nlnm hilt 


idous blow to 

Aus 

chan 

res of re* a 

Inin* 


•tar Alex Olmedo. stands prac- 
tically unchallenged as the 
wnrlds No. 1 amateur And 
the powerful United States con- 
tingent of Olmedo. Hamilton 
Rlchatdaon and Barry MacKay 
appears far loo strong for any 
Davl* Cup challenger* Aus 
trail# can muater In the near 
future 

COI I II MAKR FOKTt NR’ 

Kramers luah offers thus 
appear to have completed Ihe 
annihilation of the powerful 
Australian amateur ranka built 
by Davia Cup Captain Harry 
Hopman. Kramet previously 
had induced such Australian 
stars a* Frank Sedgman. Lew 
Hoad, K*n Roaewrll and Ken 
McGregor to turn professional. 
He prevlouxly had hurt th* 
United State#' Davit Cup 
chances by persuading Gon- 


zales and Tony Trabeft to do 
th* sarh* thing. 

“Cooper ahould make a for- 
tune.'* Kramer Mid. “He la 
the sertnua type who plays well 
over a long period." 

"He could make the guarao> 
tee In the first 18 months if he 
plays well enough," said Kra- 
mer in discussing the contract. 
"He gets the una percentage 
as Gonzales for the first year 
with the other members of Ihe 
troupe getting 15 per rent And 
the more he wins, the more he 
will earn " 

Cooper, who was married to 
Helen Wood, the Miss Aus 
trails of 1937. last week. Is ex 
peeled to join the Kramer 
troupe here Tuesday morning. 
MTt 1)101 !H TYFF. 

A quiet, studious type. 
Cooper la th* son of • Mel- 


Tn 




ASHLEY COOPER 
... a pro now 


bourne headmaster and at first 
planned to he a doctor. But he 
asked hia father's permission 
to try his hand at amateur ten 
ni* and in IIM Jumped into ihe 
International spotlight hy beat- 
ing both llnad and Roaewall 
within a span of 10 days He 
capped bis amateur career last 
year by winning the W'lmble- 
don. United States national and 
Australian national champion- 
ahipa. 

Moat expert a feel he will 
prove a worthy opponent for 
Gonzales, who’s “pier six” tac- 
tic* have enabled him In hold 
the pro rmwn against all prev- 
lus challengers Australian 
tennis expert* describe Cooper 
as "having an excellent aerv 
Ire good ground stroke*, speed 
and the Ideal temperament for 
sustained tournament m mpetl 
tlon." 



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He showed a hand-bound 
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his help in l«rael during the 
Jewish tmutiles **n«jt i* re- 
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, Manuel Crratla. new pro 
visional prealdent of Cuba, 
“made me an honorary citizen 


the launching was successful. 

A spokesman for the depart- 
ment of mine* and technical 
survey* In Ottawa yesterday 
said a severe reprimand had 
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LOCAL NEWS 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


No. 20—101* YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1959 


R oss Given F reedom o f Ci l v 


mn Bert Thomas was named 
• freeman In 1955. as first lo 
conquer the Strait of Juan da 
Kura. 

The honor entitles the recipi- 
ent to vote tn city elections, 
and his name Is placed at the 
head of the voters' IUL 


Sufgeation of Mayor Percy 
Srurrah. who said that for 
some tune he had felt that 
the lieutenant-governor, and 
Mrs. Roes, had given outstand- 
ing service not only to the 
province but the city, going 
far beyond the call of duty. 


Lieutenant-Governor Ross Is 
the fourth man to become a 
freeman of Victoria The late 
Lord Wtllingdon was made a 
freeman in 1927 while gov- 
ernor-general. and the late 
Robert P But chart was hon- 
ored the following year. Swim- 


By unanimous vote city 
council yesterday gave Lieu- 
tenant-Governor Frank Roaa 
the greatest honor it could, 
making him a freeman of 
Victoria. 

The action was taken on the 


1958 ‘ Splendid Year 


Mayor 


New Councillor 
Told Bad News 


While her father, Edward L. I>e Coat*, of II # 
Old Kaquimalt Rood, waa attending his first council 
meeting last night in Kxquimalt, two-) ear-old 
Joanne Louise De Costa was rushed to 8t. Joseph s 
Hospital after swallowing some pills. 

Police railed the aew councillor from the 
meeting to Inform him of Ihe accident. A stomach 
pump was need on the girl and she Infer was re- 
ported in “good” condition. 


Progress for This Year 
To Be Less Spectacular 

In an inaugural address reflecting satisfaction with 
progress in 1958. Mayor Percy Scurrah called on dty 
council yesterday to make more progress within its 

means in 1959. 

it it A But the progress of the last 

{couple of years left him with- 

Massive 


To Buy Parks 


io council this year Ha 
address recorded the solution 
of ihe garbage problem, the 
completion of the “tag ends” 
of ihe new Point Ellice bridge, 
the construction of a new 
headquarters fireball and the 
plan for off street parking 
LAND-WALK Ft T ND 
The mayor 


Kelly, 11. 2704 Belmont. John Leier, 
9, 2740 Avebury, and James Todd. 9, 
2658 Avebury, took part along with 
scores of others. — (Colonist photo) 


Victoria youngsters could hardly wait 
for school closing yesterday to take 
part In police supervised sleigh-riding 
on closed -off Ryan Street hill. Paul 


waa left with | 
9 lea* spectacular progress to 
A provisional budget of propose. Including: 

$8,523,900 for 1959 was ap- That the land sale fund, “at 
proved yesterday by city the lowest it has been for a 
council. number of years.” be built up 

Although nearly half a •!■»" «»" «^v*t»ng and sale 

million dollar* higher than * dty-ownfd lots as 

195Ta final budget, the pro 

visional budget a formality BKWKBM. DRAINS 
to allow funds to be spent at That as much money as poa 
the beginning of the year ** b * ** devoted to continuing 
was not considered significant.,^ programs of cleaning the 
* ... . , . ... sewer* and drains and improv- 

•it will be acratlnued with thr ^ 

a fine-tooth comb and hacked -p,., g-MW) on 

and chopped, said finance ^. k , ng Johnaon SlnsM brld|{# 
chairman Aid Arthur Dowell. .. for |h# Vkkr of Mf , ty - 
referring fo the work of pre th , c , pll ., , mprw 

paring the final budgel in the m< . m District Commission be 
spring 


w a Ny i 

LUCKY ROY WILLIS 


Cifv’s Snot c Scene 


revenue to replace existing 
two-inch water mains. 

Other suggestions In Reeve 


IS'eic Y ear Rest*! r# 


asked once more to widen and 
Improve Puugla* Street beside 
Beacon Hill Park. t 

BOWK KB CRKKR 

Thai “If funds are available" 
iNe program nf pulling Bowker 
Creek underground be run | 
linued and the public works i 
yard revamped and I hat 
council give consideration lo | 
numerous other public works 
projects 

That money from the sale 
of timber at Thetis Lake - 
w orm so far continue to be | 
spent on improvement of 
Thetis Lake Park. 

That arrangements be made 
If posalble to have one magi* 
trate handle all juvenile delin- 
quency case* in Greater Vic- 
toria. and that two or three 
rooms be added to the Juvenile 
Home for security reasons. 
FAMILY COURT URGED 

That a decision be reached 
on establishment of a family 
court. 

That the dty subdivision at 
Gorge Harriet and Balfour he 
proceeded with, which would 
cost $551*10 but would “place 
a lot of valuable property-' an 
ihe tax roll " 

Referring to the progress of 
the past year. Mayor Scurrah 
said the outstanding debenture 
debt of the dty had been 
reduced $491.70*. 

ANNUAL IMPROVEMENT 

"Year by year our financial 
position has Improved and 
today we are one of the few 
cities In Canada where we are 
consistently reducing our 
debt." he said. 

The mayor said 1958 was a 
“splendid year" for the dty 
| parks, and the illumination In 
' Beacon Hill Park, provided by 
the Capital Improvement Dis- 
trict Commission, hod doubled 
Ihe number of people visiting 
the park In the evenings. 

The new fireball, he said, 
probably would be opened 
within “the next couple of 
m«nth# “ 

AMALGAMATION 

The question of amalgams 
(ion “has been dlspoaed of at 
least for the time being." the 
mayor said. 

“It Is quite evident that our 
neighbors were not ready for 
such a move and It la also evt- 
1 dent that the value of a part 
nershtp will have to he learned 
I the hard way before It can be 
brought about “ 


A snow year is a rich snowman standing In th# 
year, according to an old saw, middle of the avenue, 
hut many of Greater Victoria’s A few minates later Invest*- 
mono residents yesterday gating officers reported from 
would have willingly given up , the scene that the snowman 
some of the richness for less waa “GOA.” which In lay- 
of the snow man's terms means ' gone on 

a a a 1 arrival 

Victoria s traffic, not geared 
for snow travel, was more 
than cut in half by the white 
blanket — many motorist* 
heeded police pkas lo go lo 
work by bus. 

But not ail the buses 
handled the slippery road sur- 
face too well One bus. try 
Ing to leave a stop at the 
corner of Fairfield and Linden, 
slewed round into Linden and 
nestled alongside Ihe stop 


Scurrah 
Picks 
His Wife 


Experts 

Caution 

Drivers 


Skating and pedestrian acci- 
dents have followed the trend 
set by motorMtx. Some 30 to 
30 children were treated over 
the weekend for broken bones, 
bruises and concussion. 

One child broke her arm an 
the way to school and a 
mother cracked an elbow 
while playing In the snow with 
her child. 


Completion of the $1,150,000 
school building program is ihe 
main New Year resolution of 
the Greater Victoria school 
board. 

This was expressed last 
night at the board s inaug 
ural meeting by chairman 
Mrs. W W. McGill, who was 
refloated by acclamation to 
her second term 

Borrow ing of TKe school- 
building funds was previously 
approved by the ratepayers 
when the) voted tn favor of 
Referendum No. 4. 

Kenneth Learning was re- 
elected last night as vice- 
chairman Committee chair- 
men will also remain un- 
changed. 

Secretary Treasurer T. L 
Christie and one other board 
member will attend the Jsn. 
17 meeting at Nanaimo of the 
B.C. School Trustees' Assoc 
1st Ion One of the main points 
to he considered at Nanaimo 
will he school salaries, it was 
Indicated. 


Saddest side of the snowfall 
is the shortage of teed for 
Victoria's birds. The cold 
doesn't seem to worry them 
loo mu«-h. but the) ‘are unable 
lo forage for fond through the 


A small car stalled In deep 
snow on Douglas Street fared 
better when a husky youth in 
a lumber jacket easily lifted 
llie rear end of Ihe car out 
of the gutter. 


Greater Victoria bird lovers 
appealed for many sort 
people to put crumbs and 
fresh suet In cleared places 
for the wild birds. 


One good turn deserved 
another early yesterday mom 
ing when a motprtat stopped 
at Cedar Hill and Klwanla Way 
lo help another driver who 
was stuck- He waa unahie to 
get the stalled car on the 
load again, and found he waa 
stuck himself. 

So the first motorist left 
his stalled car. helped out his 
would be helper, and sadly 
watched him drive away. 


Disrobing 

Offensive 


Noting that In the course 
of a fight the accused had 
first taken off hla overcoat 
and later hla shirt Magistrate 
Henry C Hail decided In dty 
police court yesterday that “It 
doesn't sound very much like 
self defence “ 

He accordingly fined God 
frey .Steven# $25 for creating 
a disturbance 


Difficult Task' — Murdoch 


Even chains needed to be 
treated with rare. One 
motortat who braked too sud 
denly on the Totmte Hill made 
two complete spins before ne 
slithered lo s stop faring 
back the way he had come 


Oak Bay reeve George Mur* 
doch gave fair warning last 
night that ettiren* who wish 
to bring a matter heforw coun- 
cil should not resort to 
"lobbying." 

One petitioner recently “In- 
terviewed me on the phono 
for a considerable time," the 
reeve said. He learned later 
the same petitioner has been 
“lobbying among other mem- 
bers of council.” 

The usual method of bring- 
ing a matter ot the attention 
of council, he pointed out. la 
to write a letter 
"Councillors already give a 
considerable amount of their 
time In public service for Oak 
Bay without remuneration. I 
think taking up their free tlmo 
at home is hardly justified In 
the majority of cases'* 


City Workers 
Want Parity 


Employee*’ Union Including 
both inside and outside staff! 
proceed as quickly as posalble." 

A provisional five • month 
budgel was approved so the 
council will have the authority 
to spend money until such time 
as a formal budget can be sub- 
mitted 

Reeve Wurtele told council 
he would like to see more road 
construction, bettor street 
lighting and extension and !m 
provement of existing parka in 
the new year 

Coun. James Bryant, senior 
councillor, was appointed act- 
ing reeve for 1959. 

In his address to the council. 
Reeve Wurtele suggested that 
the name "Lampoon Park" be 
rhanged to "Fleming Park, to 
conform with the old estab- 
lished name of the seafront 
beach at the end of Klnver 
Street " 

He suggested that council 
consider an appropriation for 
development of this area. 
•'While parks are not revenue 


leather Silenees 
City Boys* Band 

The Victoria Boys' Band re 
hear sal has been cancel led this 


One motorist took 1\* hours 
to drive the two miles along 
Esquimau Road from Fraser 
Street to the city. At one 
point, site encountered five 
cars stalled side by side serosa 
the width of the street. 


City Hall Employees' Amo 
ctktton the inside staff of the 
city — yesterday notified the 
city manager It will seek 
wage parity with "comparable 
firms" In Ita 1959 contract, as 
well as some changes in 
fringe benefits. 

Toro -Smith, association 
pregMent. said a survey of 
^ylge* in 10 firms was being 
carried out and should be com- 
plete In about a week. 


The cold snap waa tun for 
children who skated and play 
ed In the snow yesterday hut 
was no fun for the mothers 
who had to provide dry clothes 
and dry out the wet ones 
when their children came 
home 


The group normally meets on 
Tuesday night at 1318 Broad 
Street. 


A few of Ihe motorists who 
preferred to use their own 
cars to go to work reported 
children pell Inr* snowballs at 
the cars as they crawled along 
the roads. A tightly packed 
snowball can shatter a car 
windshield with ease. 


Penalty can be severe, the 
postmaster warned yesterday, 
for anyone caught damaging 
the mail. 

The postmaster Issued the 
warning while police investi- 
gated the second case In three 
day* of a fire being set In a 
mailbox. This time, a few let- 
ters In a bo* at Richardson 
and St Charles were damaged. 


Carter Appointed 
To Oak Bav Post 

Former city police < ommu 
sinner Gordon H Carter last 
night wa« appointed tn the 
Oak Bay police commission. 


Policemen were called to 
Oak Bay Avenue and Red fern 
last night to remove a large 



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Protest Brief 


L*k* Ratepayer* Association 
said last night the brief de- 
clared the bylaw would be un- 
fair. 


By CANADIAN FREAK* 

Canada '• current frigid 
weather and tnuwswepl high warmed to 3D degrees by At 
ways have taken the lives of at l*ntlr air. 


The Labrador coast escaped h. lhelor froze to death after 111 U IlllPr j . 

the cold weather, being the fin. |» ~Jige wSn, 1,1 " UllCr |*^op*rnt Into one par, ol 

„ , - — » -> • bf^yearold man was found' OTTAWA (Ppi _ The *** * 1U ** P* - ** 

lan *' * ,r hy neighbors frozen on the Hovirt government imi it * n,wl ,e George Chat 

least 14 perwins. Temperatures reported from doorstep of hla shack. a tin has Invented . mnrhlne to ,,r,on ■* * public meeting 

Four men died In Alberta as northern Canadian points Sun- year -old man froze after be break frozen grinind and Thursday night, 
a result of hitter cold weather day night and early Monday ^coming lost In a storm and sow rrop* | n hitter winter The meeting has been ar 


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CHINESE FOOD 


i anadlan Arfenlbds. while 
expressing surprise and la 
terrsl. say winter sowing 

W.mld be of little benefit to 
Canada. 


explain the proposed bylaw to 
ratepayers, 

David C. Wright. 5387 Rub 
I on. chairman of a special 


covers most of Canada and two below; Armstrong, Ont., 48 
third* of the United States. below. 

Ten died In Ontario, score* Train* from Western Canada 
were injured and property were reported from one to four 
damage was high Sunday at a hours late Sunday 
w ind* made mad* treacherous 


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MOROCCO — Mr Wlnnimi 
Churchill and his wife will ar- 
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or four week vacation In the 
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PERTH On,. — (serf* la- 
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HOLLYWOOD — Eddla 
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NEW PLYMOUTH. N Z. — 
While swimming underwater 
In a municipal pool Monday, 
12-year eld Ctsahla Coley was 
sucked Into a 100- foot outlet 
pipe and flung out onto rocks 
at the are a edge She euf 
fared cuts and bruise*. 


BONN — Ckaocellor Ron. 
rad Adenauer celebrated hla 
83rd birthday Monday In an 
optimistic mood about the 
coming year. On doctors' 
orders, he trimmed hi* birth- 
day celebration lo five hour*. 


HALIFAX 


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navy court martial Monda% on 
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In “non public fund* * missing 
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Lauxon W illiam G. ' B r e t t , 10 
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No. 20—101*1 YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1959 


Freeze 

Hazard 

Feared 


Bulletins 


CHICAGO — Kit-hard 
Rev nr*. managing direr - 
tor of the Chicago Inter- 
national Fair expect* the 
Queen to visit Chicago 
aboard the royal yacht 
Britannia 


Weather-nhaken Greater 
Victoria. which wax on the 
skirl* yesterday and then 
grimly shovelled its way 
almost back to normal, ia 
keeping its fingers crossed 
in the face of the latest 
forecast. 

(*re iriier uno mi 

Tag# II.) 

More .no* Is definitely 
comma thl* morning on top 
of Sunday night * and Monday 
morning's four tnchea but M 
Is expected to turn to rain by 
noon, the weatherman says. 
Mb.1.7.) HARM) 

The final blow whij h mav 
really put the area reeling on 
a wintry "shidroad" is tha 
prospect of the rain freeing, 
creating a traffic nightmare 
A mostly -succe s sful battle 
was waged yeaterday to over- 
come the snow by buses, city 
work rrewa. taxis, garages, 
bread and milk companies, 
poller. firemen and the 
ordinary etttren armed with 
a shovel 

ONE M HOOL SHIT 
Only school which failed to 
lake la the holiday influx of 
■ returning students was Ea 
qulmalt High, where many of 
Its TOO students have to travel 
from as far a* View Royal. 

•'All other schools functioned 
normally.'' said superintendent 
John Gough There are not 
I likely to be any school 

j closures loHy, 

PARKER**’ 


KIIMONTON — Twenty 
five I re fishermen stranded 
five days on Great Slats 
l ake have been found and all 
are safe. 


Stunning Possibility 


Will Red Planet 
Orbit to Mars? 


“Small World’ Journey Ends 

from left. Arnold Eiolhart. 51. ex- 
pedition’* pilot captain, her husband. 
Cohn. 32. and EUolhari * son Timothy. 
21.— (See *tory. Page 3.) 


HELM* NT 

Overtime turhefs will p»oh 
ahly be getting Ihe benefil of 
i he doubt d»>wntown while the 
snow lasts 

Po| ire Chief John Black 
siork said that as long as 
snow remains piled on city 
streets ienteivy will be shown 
all parkers 
BIN ON CHAINS 
Chains were ihe commodity 
in most demand yesterdax . 
with some garages and stores 
The estimated gap between ^ |UnR <HIt bv earb 

them when they pass will be m urrnoan However, a survey 

about 4.75ft.nnn mile* in terms j a)rt n |ght indicated that some 

of spare distances a relatively .till available and new 

small matter The rocket will * U ppii»s are arriving 

travel about fiT5.0nOJmo miles Biggest complaint from bus 

which missed the moon by a in each of lie 44? day year* drivers and properly equipped 

•card 4.SHH miles, has gone WA* IT INTENDED? motorists were ihe driver* who 

inioKn orb** around Ihe sun ln extremely "'*1*'^ T ! *%£** 

. .Moreover an e * t r e m e I y and diving without either 

that will take it 123.2M.0nn .light difference In speed now rha|n , m ifKm jires 
miles nut from the sun at Its muld have an effect of mil- HAZARD 

- -> ■ - Ilona of miles In the outer 

tart heal potnl reaches of the mrket’a orhlt, blggesl ha/ 

Mara orbit la tilled sllghlly and this could defied if in- *rd our driver* had to fare 
leas than two degrees in re «*rda Mar* ,oda ^ 

iailon to Karlh’* and it f»d the Russians intend their ln » n £ 

m .yor ... .. I.~ )olnm, Ih. ““jj^ ™ U ~. . IJWtjj. 

point where It la Ho#e«t lo The r low bruah with u'. ’ 

the sun and the point where .he mta.n defksie,( the rocket ^ but 

It la farthest away. I. sngled ialned And we raped thing, 

at 200 degrees in relation to "P*" 1 J*" delicate timing and ^ wnr ^ mdav even If 

«* w- .. .h. ~ :rr.T'^r::L' «*» — 

tlun of Forth's ornil farthest ^ superhuman AI.MM* TIME 

from the sun is 30 degree* kphiaiiy TIMED* Tho^ planning lo use ho«e* 

.wiv from the section ol .Mars’ ' bstay are asked lo allow extra 

orbit cloaest to the sun. But still, ihe final result is time for their trips and also to 

loo fantastic to he pure co- wait for buses at level stop* 
WIDER ORBIT incidence II may be that the rather than hill-stops 

The net rocket, fired on Soviet Union had a pass at The Malahat was covered 

ahead of the Earth and travel Mara figured In aa a poaal with eight inches of fresh 

ling faster, will follow a wider billty. and timed Its' shot ac snow Sunday night and la prar- 

orhit one that rlnaely ap- cordlngly. tlrally unnavtgable without 

proarhes thal of Maas at one n . , . chains Drivers are warned no! 

nr , js »'"zn iir ' r,p " 

. For Mar*, that point la 22® unannounced equipment * * ^Tlrew^were nut at 
da ya away; for the rocket, the aboard Ihe big rocket In rase . rh , 

same point la 211 days away of a close approach to Mar*?| 1 J .. J*V Mn ,u.H first 

■'ZxrsjLsrzx. rto — " rswsrsr— 

However, the rocket is alow Or what will find II? (os»ls*H <m Fag# t 


A* tran*-At)antir crooning of balloon 
••Small World” end*. Mr*. Rosemary 
Mudie. 30. comes ashore at Bridgeton. 
Barba do*. Behind her are the other 
adventurer* of the air-aea journey, 


By J. T. JONKS 

The stunning possibility emerged yesterday that 
Russia's cosmic rocket may be hound for Mar*. 

The orbit* of ihe new man 
ma<te planet % and Earth s 
neightmr planet brush close 
together next summer 

Both Mar* and Ihe rocket 
will be in I ha i part of then 
orbit* at the same time 
MlSMtn MOON 
Whether by accident or de 
sign Russia • space vehicle. 


EDMONTON. Alia lUPIi — 
City planning director W. R. 
Bmwn told a hearing Investi- 
gating civic maladministration 
• barge* Monday that Infer j 
encea that his department set 
out to favor some persons at 
the expense of others were 
untrue 

However, Brown told the 
inquiry that he could not 
answer charges that hi* depart- 
ment functioned to the advan- 
tage of certain Individual* 
until specific chaiges and 
names were revealed 

N. A. Raull. former director 
of land and industrial develop- 
ment. said whenever ihe city 
planning commission disagreed 
with a price suggested by his 
department. It ruled that a 
higher, rather than a lower, 
price be sel 

The Invest Igai km came after 
nearly petitioners signed 
Ihetr names lo a demand for 
a civic probe. 


There Will 
Be Peace \ 


office whenever they 
choose to go, but B.C 
Power ('ommissioner* have 
at many time* been moat 
reluctant or even afraid to 
diacuss matter* of import- 
ance with the premier. II. 
Lee Briggs, fired power 
commission general mana- 
ger. told the Shrum royal 
rommuwion yesterday. 

Mr Briggs who yesletdax 
hrgan three days of testimony 
Helot e Ihe royal commission 
into BO Power Commission 
financing and operation*, 
charged Ihai this indicated 

| ¥¥t . i# __ i>w where blame for a proportion 

also disclosed that he said. Then he said through of poor relationships b»*‘wee»i 
later confer with hla lianaUtor -theie will be ihe B.C OkW ••‘d *" 
Iiaenhowet I neare commission should go 


ENROL. FLYNN 

, . . Joined rebels 


WASHINGTON lUPH The The Slair Department said 
Kremlin’s second In cimnmand Mikoyan brought ^ * n "y 1 * 1 

.Ilf. . f r 7' >n< 10 

S..«. John Fn..^ Dullr. yr. S 

I.rtlay •>». tb»r. will V u ^ n ^ >a „ „ lrt h , „ 

P r, "' r _ . Ileved discussions with Dullc* 

Soviet rvputy Ptemier Ana- othw American officials 
ataa I. Mikoyan tawl aftei the Bhou , d j^ptoye pros^-ts for 
parley that he and Dulles dia- ary ) M «| n| of cold war 

cussed Ihe Berlin crlal*. tier tensions. 

many disarmament and irade -We'll aee how II turns oul." 


Kidnap 

Death 

Feared 


(.ampaigning 
With Castro 


HAVANA i AP» 


NEW YORK • API A rryp 
tic note attached lo a diaper 
arno**d fears Monday for the 
safety of a new horn Infant 
kidnapped Friday night. 

The diaper was found in a 
subway utallon. An attached 
note read: 

“Please return to St. Peter s 
Hospital. Didn’t want to hurt 
anyone. Everything la so hard 
Tired Sick. The ocean la so 
Inviting Maybe now | will find 
peace 

1 tried to keep her warm. 

Dear God forgive me ” 

St Peter'# la the hospital 
where the daughter of Mr and 
Mrs. Frank D Chlonchio waa._ 
kidnapped only 2 hours after , muntat party order# Monday 
birth. Tha party a#ked all lunc 


Snow Claims 
First Victim 


Red Rulers Get Hard Labor 


Flr«t casualty of Vlrtorta'a recent snowfall 
was 70-year-old fieorge D. CarroN, of 2520 Van- 
couver. who rnltapned and died after shovelling 
snow ouUkle HU home at p m. vesierday. 

The body was taken to McCall*# fnneral home, 
where it was viewed hy the coroner. Dr. K. C. Hart. 


nonaries to do manual work their tools to wa# an artlflctal Bui there was no mention nf 
lor at least one year so aa in ,n Tirana. O n Enver Hosha. head of 

keep ’ contact with the work .^‘ifld^ THwfW m|Wl re th# ***** or M-1 ' <;#n IUdJI 

Ing class ■*' and combine uyed t»y Peiping Radio was ^ethl, titular head of •tale, 

theory with practice ' t Premier Mehmet Shehu and picking up tool# in tha work 

The Brat project they turned other •‘adert. i brigade.