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MuUi-MUUon-Dollar Stiid '■ Ur 


Would Infolte 2fi00 Peo 


WASHINGTON ^ A 
•rtmllflr group yottorday pro- 
pooad • muM nUJIton dollar. 
30^r study to find out what 
tha nwllpartiva aorth might ba 
doing to tha haolth if Amar 
kana. 


from laboratory loao a rth «Mih 
mka. Sciantlats agrra that 
WKat happana to a mouse is 
not a saf^ Indkaikm of whai 
happens to men. 

The propoaal for Iha US. 
study was made by the com- 
mittea on patboiogic effects of 
atomic radiation of the No* 


Harvaid I'nlverslty. sold the 
survey would rmt about 1750,- 
mo to Sl.vn. 0 m a year tor 
JO yeors. 

It would Involve at least 
3,000,000 persons — 1.000.000 
each from a region of high na 
tural background radiation, 
suiii as Denver or Sait Lake 


.Sharp dlugreemdnt exists 
among arlenilats about lha 
bodily affects on man of kmg 
exposure to low levels of ra- 
diation such as those from 
radium and potasolum In tha 
ground and the much lower 
levels from bomb teat fall-out. 

Warren's eommlttae took Is- 


plarn to Imply Hyst such 
tbtesholde probsbiy did not 
exist. 

Although bomb lest fall-out 
constitutes aniy s small /rac- 
lion of the radiation to which 
man Is exposed constantly, 
many persona have seised on 
the no-ihreshold possibility as 


not etmugh Inlormaiion al 
hand to reoih a firm con<tu- 
Sion elthei way. 

,The proposed stitdy would 
not be an attempt to replate 
mice with men as isboraiorv 
snmials. Rather It would In- 
volve exhaustive study of s 
region's vital stsUsthji snd of 


tion exposure, srrd ansh’sU of 
population movements and 

chararterisllea: — — 

InformalKKi that gleaned 
about the two regions would 
be rompsred to show the rela- 
live Incidence of rsdlaiton Ih- 
jury. This in turn would throve 


light on the threshold problem 


mortem exammattorva sp 
pralsal of sU souives of rsdts 


laitng how much radlsnnn 
man can endure. 


radiation doaoa stems 


Dv Shleids W a r r t n. of 


eommlttae whlrh appeared la 


contends there la 


Ttirphonr-Ey 3-41 tt 

11 J0*p m. to i a.m. 

»:dtlorial EV MSOg or E\' WOi* 
Ctrevlatlon . . , . EV 3MI725 
Sparta 1-7000 


Forecast, cloudy 
with shou^rs 

{Details aa paga tl 


rrmroiirpr l$land*9 L^atiing ^ewB/Miper Sinr^ 1H38 


No. 21— lOUi YEAR 


VHTORIA, BRITISH COLt MBIA, WEDNESDAY, JANIARY 7, 19.>9 


18 PAGES 


Underwa ter Burglar A larm 
Biaaest Defence Need Now 


MKMPHIA (I PI)— A Mmapliis pkysidka. Dr. 
Otla Warr. has warned ■ h tta f erx acatest overewtiag 
wkea IlMdr parishioisers Invito ttiem to dinner. 

Hr told a mlnlaterr that to apprert- 

alra a ndnUter's »|^ to pimae tho toato bj taking 
aecond briptoga. \mt saM two-lhlrds of the 
preachers to seea profeasionaHy are oterweight. 


Conlincnl*s Big Cities 
'Zeroed In' for KillX 


Doctors Told 


Ignore 

A-War 

Dying 


NKW YORK (I'PI) — TTip biggest defent'e 
problem for Canada and the United States 
may not be concerned with ballistic missiles or 
aircraft at all, experts said Tuesday — it may 
be the search for an underwater burglar alarm 
system. 

The tinderwRier slsrm «v» 
tern I* needed to <1eleri Soviet 
suhrmsitne* which arc now 
genersilv Admitted to be prowl 
Ing our msati* snd the ma«tt 
of We«iem Europe genersilv. 

There RuK*tan suhmsrlne 
noiillSR may hsve planted 
marker* on the «icean flonrs «. 

off ibe chore of North Amenrx 
finm which 'hey have Mont- 
real T«n»nt*» .New York, 

Wa«hington. rvtroti and other 
<trat«*gi4' I'tlien Vetoed In for 
urvderwater attack with nu- 
clear mi«ule« 

nrTFXTi\ r. ioa 

Ratlai sonar magiudK' nr 
hbme deiectMui and the other 
multi hilUon dollar equipment 
rsmeil h% Rear Admiral John* 

S Tact?'* ^nti Auhmarine ta*k 
force rimplv i* not vei able to 
do the detective |ob 

Radar does not jienetraie 
water It <an't find a «uh 
marine deep urwier water al 
though It i« useful finding «uh« 
that «urfa<e 

Sonar* urulerwaier range 
■till i« only a few hundred 
vard" It lake* martv hour* to 
track down a *u*pected enemv 
aiihmatine hy *0081. Mean 
while r boaia might deatmy 
•eveis) t'ansdlsn snd Amer 
icsn cities 

And both rsdsr snd vottai 
hsve the senoua defect that 
the Mips on their screens made 
by a suhmarme rsn essiK be 
c*mfu*ed with thor« made by a 
whale or a laige school of 
fl*h 

Magnellr Airhurne rteiecilon 

MAD s« It l« rslletl ts use Mr* Klizaheih Anr> {>uncsn 
ful hut only delecta the enemy pksdeil not guilty Tue«da\ lo 
■lib when the plane or hell a murder charge in the <tran 
copter Is right over It gulatkm of bet daughter in 

.So the search rnm Is for Is*** Her attorney addeil for 
underwater horglar alarm •> 'he plea of inr>oceni by 

ctem a practical method nf reason of Inaaniiy 
anchoring sonar devices on the .''he is accused of hliing Iwo 
neesn hoHotn* along our laborer* to kill M|ga Duncan, 
roasts that would warn nf the 'W Aiilhnrilles uy the wat 
preaence of suhmartnea and i^lous of the attrsrtivs Can^- 
relay the warning tfian nurse 

However, mrvaldering 'he The elder Mr* Duncans 
gteat range nf mla«tles that lawyer asked that the trial bs 
ran be fired from the deck* outahle Ventura Coumv, 

)imt to Snriallsts mem of submarine* or even from saying public opinion here la 

nhJvs in ****" cabinet, inrtiidiog submerged submarine* the inflamed against her His mo 

. ... ,, . pm*nect of ti*cce*t |«n'l 'Inn was denied 

common psrt\ chief (Juv Mollei had L,..?. tk ^ cw 

... bright The court set Mr* Duncan a 

, signed in protest again*t hi* indenl a* now ii is «> dim trial for Eeb Ik and appointed 

ifter top aevere new austerity program that naval met* and alt force two psyrhittrlsis (o examina 
Shortly afterward, l.nno work tnen generslly admit that the her 
Mlk^sn rtaxed a Pan* streei »»"•) "u re defence Canada and Mrs Duncan a cn-defendantt, 

dlowJr^rrn«„ T against Lul. Mov. and Augustine Bsl- 

rt. „ dipk, d«n«lo w«r . w.»V. drl.y in 

ons. (laulls austerity. macy. entering fhetr pleas 


LONDON fUPI) — A 
Sovtot ictonttot. wtw iv 
emtty cfaHrrwd to hov« 4to 
covorvd votcanto acUvlty on 
thd moon, now thinks thare 
•bo may ha oil and gas 
thara. Moscow radio said 
Tuasday. 

Prof. Nikokii Koxyrov has 
don* furthsr re s earch to show 
the moon aisy have “many 
exits of natarai gas.* 

"This would mean that In 
the dirvcl vicinity one may ex- 
pect to find deposits of oa* ha 
asM 

Tlia moon's poaalbie oil weila 
and natural gas could be used 
as *a source of ener g y*' for 
fuel snd tranapertatkm by a 
roamlc station SH up on tha 
dtotani satellite. 


Appaanng to an)o>- vMf to y.S. la Soviet Oapuly 
Premirr Anaxlait Mikoyan. left, pictured in Wash- 
ington with Soviet Ambf)‘»ador Meruthtkm. 


MR-S. ELlZABFnTl DUNCAN 


Off to Sunny Hawaii 

a 

.Sunny Hawaii, her* wa rome, say HM(K Ventura 
cadets Gordon Mains of Vancouver, left, and 
Gordon Reid, 1103 HadfleM Avenue, Victoria They 
are two of the appraximaleK 100 officer cadets 
leaving here at 9 a.m. today for one-month 
framing cruise aboard four frigate* of Fourth 
Canadian Escort Squadron —fColonIxt phoU) 1 _ 


OTTAWA tCPi-Tha fish 
•rtea department Tuesday an- 
nounced s bounty on dogfish, 
predatory west •coast fish of 
the shark (amUy that causes 
heavy dsmsge to tabnon fish- 
ing nets. 

The bounty of 10 conti s 
pound of dogfish liver dettv 
erAi to Nrer oil pmceaatng 
plants la effective Jaa 12. The 
govern m ent has placed a cell 
Ing of tl.10.000 on the total 
tounty lo be paid. 

In addition, the department 
Is planning to chsner rive 
diaggers to earrv out dogfish 
killing operations 


I)e Gaulle 
Mini.sters 
Resign 


MOSCOW 'API » Soviet • • e aIiI* ihe earth's grsvlistlon 

sctentl*!* aeid Tuesday Merh- fWM 

ta's space voyage ran be rwi. _ 'Th^re Un t * .ivw m ii 

hliieT* ' wivenw today which cou 

*1** 1 / not he reached by racket * I 

h.w«i r« |W<«| M -n,ui «™.wot c«.n» • 

<|Ulr* tlm,. b«l Ih. W.1, w«, 

manned nights. V not be kmg.* 

*1 can assure you we wtlf WA Tnpchlev announced t h i 

not stop at this.’' Vlce- P iaal Mechta -which he deertbed 

dent Alexander Thpe h tev ot wr . fhe boldest pro)ert ever c« 

the Sovlec Academy ol Hch ^H|HH V*' reived by man -has practkal 

eneaa told a preaa c o wferenta. ' 'v ^ entered orbit as the solar s] 

A«d»,M.n Awioiy Bto. 

n.r ha •^W / H# mid It had whfao»d sho 

soon ha does fly wtll depend 
on how snmi wv hsve towr- 

anres he wfll be able to return ^ 

^ rocket la far bryv 

Blagonravov reported that 1 \ optical tracking now and 

tto sueceaaful launching af \ n&io is dead ITie acientk 

the raciM ^^bhla frtday MUd H had succaasfuBy cw 

marked the first Ruaslan at* pitted all tasks asslgnad to 

tompt to pat a pro|aeUla aut- ANATOLT BLAGONRAVOV belora paastng out of range. 


Inside 

Today 


Air of the Dog That Bit You 
May Be Mastiff of Your Fate 


lynes. writing on The character of dog*, un- dog's charaner cannni he tn« 
g personalliy'' In like human*, runs eurprisingly fluenced to any great extent by 
Mue ol the Medi true to breert and tt Is most in the owner 
lid some perwons teresting to watch s dog owne r "Thus owners tend to grow 
rhoracter toesuoe attune his or her character to hke their dogs rather than tho 
dog- I that of (he dog bscausa the Other way around.* 









2 bln qtoimriii vki^rk. I.C, wa:u^ i, im 


Playboy Crook, Pal 


With G. E. Mortimore 


Toughest L'.k. Prison 
(iracked by Fugitives 


pROVCRBS and old sayinfa are UUng a bealmg 
* In the modem world. Onra we thought they 
were repoaitorie* o# homeapun wisdom. Now we 
art more critlral. 


TAVI5JTO<’K. Eng. tReutenl—Hundred* of polk-e' 
dogs hunted the min'IaRhed moors In aoulhwestem 
England Tuesday rgght /or a handsome playboy crook 
and his burglar fnend on the mn from Rrilain's tough* 
est priioo 

Dark halted, debonair Definu pelke and volunieera who 
5^ta(l«Htt 2S. and WUilam Day, threw a 30-mile rin( around 
ao. broke out ot Danmw.r 
pilaott Monday nighi duitng a 

aiorm thr worat weaihei teen The only iwo men ever lo 
on the moor in more than haU escape turreaafuUy made their 
a reiiiury. break It* year* ago The 

They gambled im the fierce record airtca the war was aet 
wralher and bog itddm moor m 19S7 by Bill •Fosyi Kowitr, 
to shield them from 1.000 free for 33 daya. 


“What goes up must come t 

Russian ' lorkrt now circling the sun; will never 
return to e«rth.) 

* a • 

“You can’t change human nature’* (False 
Communism, collecthe farms, brainwashing and 
high-preswnjre advertising have made a liar out of 
this old saving i 

• . * • 

■'You •nn'l keep a good man down.** (False 
Bori* Pasternak of the Srtviet Union w rot asm 'good 
hook. wi>n the Nohel Prize (or Uteralure. But his 
government won’t let him take the prize Met in 
disgrace. Pasternak Is down, and seems likely to 
•lay there ) 

* • • 

“There’s plenty of room at the top” (False. 
There wasn’t niom for Malenkov and Berta. Other 
Russians who try lo climh up to a position beside 
Khnisbcbev will have their fingers stepped on ) 

• • * 

•Tiood fences make gorai neighbors” (False 
The Eastern and Western powei's have built a high 
fence of armaments and propaganda between them. 
The>’ are worse neighbom than lh«*> ever were ) 

• • * 

’ Manv hands make Miht work ” t False Some- 

body haa io pay the hands Figuring out the pay- 
roll is hard work And now we have auttanation. 
Whole factories nm with no hand.s.) 

• • • 

A jwnnv saved Is a penny earned” (False 
\N'e have Inflation In 10 years, the penny will he 
worth onlv a half penny Meanwhile, the govern- 


for Ih# hoard aie either T. P. 
Milter oc Benoit (lodhout. at 
picaeni aaidsiant dirarlers ot 
tha remiulnn service. 


OTTAWA iCpi A new 
four msa federal pamiv board 
wiU be announis-d htday. It 
waa learned 'Tuesday nighi. 

Allhough rCsmr* of the ap- 
ptdntees were not avstlable. it 
appeared reriain they would 
Include a magultaie. a senior 
penitentiary nffirtal. a senior 
member of the sIwMjItodla 
appear federal remission serv 
!«-» and •umeune from a pris 
rmer after care sgenry, likely 
the John Howard Soriat). 

Ebii .iafford has a police Stafford slipped out of backgrounds 

p.p«..ikm as a re,kle« ganrm^ 

ler with Iron nerve and tough a htdenut In Trinidad 

physique Hts blonde girt Mend Dleen Fauteus penal commiMee a 

« u w I. unwillingly gave turn recommendaiKm la IM out 

In laV. he broke out of S « . .. ... 

, . 4 Police intercepietj her of which the board grew, ea 

(.ondcMt prwi«n and IMUU halani .... .. . * 

It ^1 up a testile husinews In a^ fifth member with 

nmtherr. Fn^and. jUaffoed who had been w»n -xperieme 

ter^wt to wven year, for fraud 1 was provl-led lor. 

Usstlrr niehi eluh* ** * houaebfwaklng was at as a ie|dwemetil for the remis 

Mas fair nigh, eluh. tegMa.km ap 

When the photos made the time He was transferred to ^ 

t.nni page* of r>ew.papera Dartmoor on recapture ^ 


Alpine Resort for B.(L 

M'xicI ahitws how luxurioux Royal Aipiix* Motel 
will look whrm it b completed at th« 6, 000-foot 
level on MtHint t^iibnidi. At mile* north of Van- 
ixtuvcr Eunqsan Imc^tor* In late ]*)%g proponed 
sfwrxhng lo make it onc'of the finest 

rtKorts in the world 


ReekleKs (fambler 


Trs«*l irsos Ailaatic ia 
Thrift Saasoo . . . eo|Of 
(•twry hsiug •* k».w coat 
. . . sparkling eMercaimatnt 
. . . nsemorebie aiesls . . . 
and iradmonal Canadian 
Pacific Bcreica and bos- 
pttaiKv. FiwqwcrH aailisgs 

NMuan $mm. axt*»wtsaa> 
Im W ... kw d bMs 


reezinj: leather 


Rnadbiorki guarded all 
emwpe raulea. Alrpmta and 


VA.NtYM VKK ; PI (*ta era that the aiea • ' last 

m..i.-r* nl a pr^poMal SUAl'JQO site svslI-M; for park de 

T-r le at IJ.: '■ ' ' 

dary lust south ot Van Mcsf<wi«'.*’. the K(' tedeia 

r.:Miver sard TuewCv iitgiii *- i of fish sr>t game cluiM 
the\ plan more paik - t prote“*ed th" k-" >t 0*e f*mn 

restlonal fm-IIMle- ■■■■ *"*>• ii> . :.i;;rst winleiing pU«e 

than park boards would ha f.,r wild waterfowl, artd of 
shie to finance In arvetal gen fu iaU of the nahertes depart 

mrni am keeping a rkuw 

wsirh »n any development to 
protect against water pellu 

;:.4- firm lion. 

1 000 act# 


Desperate Plea 

Parents Offer 
To Share Baby 


sn roue riavii acMf. 
aaswar nc>ff oadci «n 
L HOSPtS 


eiatiMna 

John L. K.»uliliee w spoke* 
man foe Bounderv Ka> Ter 
mitiaU limited said 
ha* provided for a 
parb and new aand hea< Ke* 
which wmiM coat hrlW'wn |J 
01 ) 0.000 and $4 0 (hin 00 under 
park board financing 

The companv wlllappt . Jar; 
31 to leaae It h aquate mite* ut 
the hav whk'h lies near the 
rmied Slate* border 

Mr frnilthce wa* answering 
oppiuntlon to the application 
which waa touched "ft M"n 
dav :>tghi hy Stuart le^feaus. 
M>rretan nf the tmawr Main 
land advtmrV committee who 
said fbnmdary Bay U the last 
big area avaltabte fnr park 
development the rires*-- 
(X1NI10N (ITl> kussia Vsnc«>uver ai*« 

moved Tuesdav to har Western Mr Houltnee sa>d he w 

r... prepS'ed tn antwonra dc 
partktpallon In the Aswan r, ,llr.- H 

high dam for year* to coma (artiHws hut **^le.t it.af * 
A -Cairo repmt in the gov- marir.= arvl k ji Hi- " t?* tr • 
emmeni newspaper I/veatM l«> _ cof^sidered 

Mill Russia win he responsible 'Ttie of>(> iti r. 

fnr the entire finil phase of said l« •nrMKg r> . iMVipie 

the dem 'onstrutUon wKm i1<i" I kiv^v. .-- -,»t >• 

The implicatkrn ««• that pnsnl 
there «nuld hr no question "f In Vu'nri* rrr».-*iida 
Western paMkipatlon In the paitment nffuiil* sgtrwd h 
pfojC' t until about 1904' Varu'nuvcf park •••oimi*' 


i Promise to Behai e 


Jail for Pacifists 


NTAk’ YORK irni The 

pa.rnts r>| B hahj •nairhed 
Ic'in a hiMpltal crih ' -• than 
three hours sUri nitth made 
a '1e*oarate ortunise >fwierda> 


nil --a are es|ier 1 etl »ater 
Pidiie a.. espe<t#d tn begin 
making the arrests today 

Dunng the waeketvl of (>"•- 
groupa ot partfisla marched 
n the RAK base here where 
V > Thor mlaaile* will he 
mounted TVrtre they tried to 
«inp eonairueiton Police 
dtagged them away on rhaigea 
of -^-trui-ling the law 

Dunng :icaring* a Judga laid 
those ■v'tred either lt> sign 
ple«lge* n«ri to repeat the per 
formantw nr gn to latl fur 14 
day* He gave them several 
MbDu* 'lays to make their (hour 
iM-iinn Eleven men and eight women 


■ ■ WIIKINO COUPON SPICIAL 
1 Baya tolr — Tb«m4ay. rrMar* 


Blinded Man 
Claims Liss 
Of Fiancee 


THItOltf 

» ^ TOO CAN'T aiAT 


TOO CAN'T a<AT 


• SKIRT o« 

\ SWEATER 


Umlied 

/niaamisiif ^ersAH 0 as 

layal Treat Ru4d«ag • bU View Street. Yir4«ia. t-C. 
Tatepbawsi L*«Tfr«aa 1-1171 

l■•Ta «*a«ta*«« r«a« ta«aa«. MaesMiis 


I 1720 OmcIu 
I 7U F«H 
■ 87S Yaftt 


« wiatwa a » f ...ueod* Rsn 

rt'-Xd * fiancee w«a unwilling 
•m I «-v I pMf -«-<t With wedding pla- ' 

li* Itfklin 

I o IjAI II..« were lo havw been married la*‘ 

month he cs-. • 

for Dr attended loral eh-menlarv f <e kuh; defendant* are 

LV will be artwinl* Vletnna High ('ar<adia*< ' romp*o» an*! 

vnrrow at Wlona I'olirgr He wav nea\*er r'li'.-.* vnn t 'nmiwerv 

HTte giaduatad fiotn wfc rni>er*ii> 

VI Twom. m TOrflclnr In 1!M< 

JnJrt . *"^ >“• x-OUM'-a »l 

(.Zltoi "> ..r M.UI.. ol 

I « i *k B. AB- Charge* involving 12 750 

H. .1-. ‘n Ih. R. AF „uxn« 

7? ..... n. •trnmth. <*"■—•» IK' 

paat 1's Survivors imhide hu 

with Dr m.dhe», Mrs tTalie F.aile. ,t 

home, and a biolher. Wallace, 

Dr. Earle In 


Weather Forecast 


Jmimo 7. IW» , . , 

Cloudy wdh a law wideb 'SHOWttS V>aW ■/ 
sraMared ahowara. Uftlt g ■ ■ • .1 kJ 

ehangf m trmperaiure. Winds, « j i /».//,/ 

•ouihe*«ierW 15 Tuesday pre j •’ I I ' 
apKJilon 14 Inches Sunshine, 

J hours U raihuies. i ( 

Bacerdeg Ttwqseraiwee* ^ ^ M ^ ^ 

parer w al TempeewMirea 

High 40 ly»w S3 '-m ^ 

Rsinriae. ROg Sunset 4J5 pj.fg|y(* Windv souiheasletly 
East Cnosi of Vsncmiver 30 High and luw at Eatevan 
Island W’tatly rloudv Widely- point. JP and 33 
acaiirred showers ocrasi-iiuilty tewesasetata 

mued with snow over higher m«* pi«- • 

levels Uttle change In irtti » « 

perature Wlnrfs southerly 15. •• * 


On the scene 
for over 30 
years — the 
original B.C. 
Pilsener! 


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Ship Calendar 


Ta w rl at Trade grmip of the 
Victoria (*h«mb»r of f'om 
meice siarfs planning tor 19.i9 
St a dinner meeting d V p m 
Okie EngUnd Inr. \k.orla 
jMidor C'hamiie* id 4 tonmerre 
general meeting at 03fi pm. 
War Amptitaikms of Canada 
Mall Rvenliif OpNmM 

n«b TTieetB at bJQ pm.. 
iDulrlw a. 513 Fori. 


p*N ami Honw muvmv EV 4-417* or KV 

CARLING'^^C (FOiaa*om.v vAmouvoo oogwoono lto.J 

IMi A0VUTIUM4HI IS MOI MlitkdO 04 PtSrvA»10 IT IK HQUCk CONlWb SOAtO 04 IT OQVlINMlNl Of MlTiX C0VU*M»A. 


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s'setas. Trwar r i ioas* Qaai’sataa 
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» owpaei Wa*saeso* 
TskU4 Miroirsaa**. KawM Mao* 





]\uron Men Blamed 


B 1 U 9 ColmiM LC. W*^, Jm. T. ItSf 3 


OTTAWA itrh An^rtcan 
n*pt'<Ni^nUriVM i« tN* r«na4* 

• iiltMl Alatm Oninmlti** on 
F^-onitmu* An*trt y«M*f<Uy 
<(• Mphold C«n«4ton 


ov( la ihe S.<m^«ot4 onn 
munlque wrr«. 

<^art«riy maawnt* of 
»!»*«( axpatia of amh roun 
ftir« (o dlocuu fnu^ual pro 6 - 
lafnx arlJtint (rum dupitaaii of 


aufMNt iiMf rocant moira 
inwarrto frot>r curimry in Ru 
fnpa "rnnoNMl tha fina) Juati 
ficatton for rtlamininating 
airamat dollar •uppllara'' dy ro 
atrkiiona 00 Importa of dollar 


Anroari ihal (ha giuwing 
rtavainpmani of CommunUt in 
lamationaJ (rado inado li al] 
th* mora nacaaaary to atimu 
Ufa trada and da\-alopmont 
throucIWMit iho fraa world.** 


WASHINCmN <AP»— 
Rapubfloins in tha ITouai* 


aovaralgnijr ov 4 rr Amoricon 


aorplua whaaf 


the \pienn Joseph W. j^Ur> 
tin. 74. out of hla Houjie 
Jpsfirmhip pnst Tueartsy. 
•nij Martin pinned part of 
the raaponoiblUty on aides 
of President KtM*nhower 
and Vke<President Nljion. 

A vote of 7i lo 70 in a ae<w 
fel RvpuhUcan caucus over- 
threw iha Maaaartiuaena con 
*Mw«mai* who has bean iha 
Hn««o rapdhitcsn teadar for 
3h years and replaced him 
etfh Chariaa A. HaUack. 9A of 
IndUrta. 

TOO tMMCTK.MtkNT 

Martin Mid he IhnugM 
e»ma W’hiia ttou«e aklea 
“though! I waa a UtiU mar« 
Indejiandem than 1 ahouM ha 
— of them ■’ 

“I don t (hlnh Iha previdenl 
did anything atalnat me * ha 
added. 

Martin, whan a«kad wHaihar 

ViraPrevMleri NUon had a 
hand In enginaaring hla avot' 
ihiw, Mid -'All I know la 
lhat all hia prnpla waia 
against me acOvaly againat 


Iona from that laauad l»y Com- 
monwealUi Kconomic t’onfar- 
artro In Moniraal, which nama 
naarar to a<-cepting (ha naroa 
•ity of lacocnUlng that Rua- 
aian and Rad China Intruaiona 
of world trade ware Inevltahlo 
and could only ha met hy 
bringing tha i'ommunut bloc 
cnunttiav in Co iniamatlonai 
ira<U agraemenle 
HOPF. KXPRKWkFD 

commillaa rapraoon- 
laliva* aAptaaaed tha ho pa cup 
• am raatrh-tiona nn tho im* 
portatlon of laad and rlne 
“could ha wtihdrawn aa toon 
a* mma aati»farlory intar- 
national aoluMona on a broadar 
baaia ara found " 

Ameiir«n 'talafaiaa ware 
aaourad that iha raoeni Cana- 
dian anti-dumping lawa would 
not ba uaad againat Amancan 
gooda “In aiihar a dtarnmin- 


oounlry. 

Tha final communique wind- 
ing up tha two day conferetue- 
aiaied In reapeot of a racant 
anii'truat autl laum-bad by iha 
tV.H departmani of Juatica 
againat parent I’ .A companies 
of Caruidlan subsidiaries that: 

The U 51. government "haa 
no Iniantlnn of infringing upon 
(he aovareigniy of the Cana 
dian governmeni with raapect 
to componlao aniatad In bual 
naaa In Canada.” 

KIKHT MOV« 

Otwarvara regarded this at 
Iha first rrvwe towards the 
dropping rtf Iha suK against 
the iwr. Amai lean owned com 
pariias and ona Belgian mm 
nan« opara'ing a radio patania 
pool In Canada 


t\S. Steelmen: 


■FBU.h (IPI) 
atriHala here b 
Hoviato nesw re 


Don’t Tax 
Imported 
Iron Ore 


!Vew I .S. Flag L nfurlerl 


Preaklent Kiw^hower unfurb Ihe new Amerimn 
flag rontaininj! a flelrt of seven atAifgered rows of 
seven stars each at a While Hnuae ceremony at 
which the chief e\eru!i\e signed an order admitting 
Alaska aa the 4^Hh stale. 


WASHINtiTON (CP) — Leading AmeruBn steel 
producers Tuesday urged tha US, Tariff Commlwlon 
to leave untouched the present duty-free sUtua of 
Imports of foreign iron oie. 

All Indicated (hay opptwad ■ 

allhar lanffa or qu«.Ua nn tha ^ p^y 1 i 

mpofts. which rom# mainly • “ 

from i'arwida ood VanacUals. 

Iha grnurnt surb rasirir 1 3 * 1 1 A 1 

t:: would raise mnaumar K|||l^| M ■ gw , 

prtcaa in the Ck and speed I Jll I 1 1| r\ 1^ . 

Uia drplaiion of domaotW * * v* i. mAMI 

ora tasouM. 

They ware : -mad by V C T T 
Wsnshff-ush of -.^ra ntan- I I ■ gw ww g 

sging dlraHiir Af the I'jinadUn I •^ 11 ^ 

MHal Mining AaoorU;;.... whn ^ 


Other major powiia Irroughl 


Aflaic* in the Acirs 


story or arbitrary mamwr. 


OPKW TOOAV , Vf 1. U f f V 

Tha changeover provided a I 

prelude (Of a similar show- 

d«*wn wiihtn Senate RepuMi PUSTIfTON A. B Gor- 
ran ranks and for tha npenmg Hah, presidanl of tha Hr(ll«h 
of (ha heavily (Wantirratic CelumNa Fruit (Srowers A«ao 
hnih Congreaa at nnun tiMlay. ciaiditn mM T«»esds> the Dr 
*n>e Sensta Repuhlkan F.er1 WsrChes r«>sl - 

V\ Ilham KnowtorMi left tha inn report snswarad (ha 

»•’: 'v-t Iwr gov a» nor tj*. v‘a** qwewiwno ’f.i» were tbs 

fnr^iia and was soundly mirula the growais who 

baoian In (ha Novamhar aiac pnimpied tho aommiaatona 

appmnlmanl. 

Kmc (hair porv n, ,rwwe.a w.nlad 

w«e free n( JaodarMup feuds. pritK-ipla of 

T^y ptrkM snmhac vHaran. , „nd*r 

f^r . — Mgislallnn (Hinging 

^ ^tml ova. . hi 

Senate fVmomita *,|l g« 
along indai by fhl.ig the nS ^ /** 

to anathat Texan l^ndnn n Pflnnpl* 


JERSKY CITY. NJ. Im 
prisoned telavtaion oolummai 
Maria Twrre. .M. Tuesday did 
aome housework and watr' f 
lek ■ ‘r'l The cuiij.T. , r’ I.h 
tha New York Herald Trihuna 
■poned orhar ert rjb 

bmg tha fViori of . calls, 
and ssked for a mop in clean 
liats. loo 

She was Ordered to Jail (nr 
ev* '...ipi of -=-^»rl fw or.: d= = 
cir - -g a newt - «n 

artuia about tinger Jud> 


piodu* 


f»as ;C( joii ■■ - 

any ep it-* w“-Jd rreirirf 
the American mstkei nr raouit 
In higher o<o(a of steal. 


ststai •iteHild ahara !kv.V on 
S new nmlhnnuth highway 
|•:•;le (hrnugtl B t* 

ttr lhay lOitld sh«ro -VIM) 
in hnngmg the Aissiu Jligh- 
W'si up In standard and hard 
sui^iw II. ' he MMl dlaruaaing 
suggeeimns b) Oregon .Han- 
sior Richard Nauhargar that 
(he Alaska Highway should bo 
paved In a I'anadat'S. van- 
luta 

Ml Osglsrdi Mid nr a non 
tiibudon in his plan would bo 
(A lake nvei (he highway or 
highways after tha hardsur 
Xuevdsy ^*** istd srw| undertake 
maintmarT-e "^is 

The mw.isier said RC. has 
already uiwSectakan to main 


W AKlII.NCnW' The .State 
department isa ftatiied per 
mi-- on lor *sf.viei |>ep«(> Pre- 
HHer AwaaSaa HMiwyan to visit 
resit.. ;.-i are«s on a (np 
around Iha l'...:ed Stales 


bHsMMa* *"** skSwc sm s m 
■■> m im»g«»jad>swHWsMS isa 

«<C«* mt Ww«a «r MoM 

baroM MS(|r owmhm tiwt 


OTTAWA The notlne Mid 
only that a rapresentallva nf 
tha federal government wmiM 
read the scripture at a week- 
af praier servtra Monday night 
In At. Johri's Anglh an Church. 
.Some ] 2 ^ peiscma who hra^ed 
M-halow (amperatura and 
bMing wind lo attend wero 
surpitsed when Prime sthiMar 
I h efsnbahaT took the puiptL 


Murder 

Hearing 

Delayed 


ABOARD THE ICE BREAK 
KK -: IBERVILLE CP- Thw 

sturdy Hwhraoker 
cwntinoed to hock out an 
aarapa channel fr_ n nresn- 
gnmg ahipa iiappait m the uw 
of Monireol Harbor. PmgraM *■*•* *h# flret 50 mtiao of Iha 
waa slow in blustery. *ub-^o A‘***‘« Highway north of Dow 
weather Creek, and Ottawa “lO 

In a mervung push tha anoh 
Inn Ira breaker odvarxed an- 
otber 1>« miles thmugh tre 
rafted .IS fae« to rhe bottom In 
aoma plareo. Tha veaoa) than 
swfng ahpui and kept tho ica 
aba had broken moving 
through a aluggtah channel. 

At da) a -and t**- ice breaker 
was sitll abnul 3's mitea away 
ffr*m Ihe Hoaest nf the ships 
irsppedb) (he early Deiemher 
frrwreup «nd five mtlea away 
from (he be:?; nf the freighters 
Helnre eailv winter datkorvs 
began to fall, the ship hewdrd 
for hotel. Que M miles dnw n 
atream to pick up spate parts 
for her helicopter which ar- 
rived Tuesday from Oilawa 
The halicnpter now wilt ha 
uaad to help tha ship In the kw 
breaking nparatlona. 


LORD PUfNkkTT 
. . . wrong sign 


MARIK TiiRRC 
t . . mops up 


Smked Lpnard 


lOWltOff Astraintar WV 
Ham Turliar Innked Into tho 
skies and predlrtad marriage 
thia year for Ptimeaa Mor- 
*TRAIL tepi A wiineso at garet, who at the moment 
the preliminary hearing nf a hasn't a single serious hov 
murder ■ barge agsinat thtee Ir»And Her mnar mosfknt 
Rons of Frea^im’ Dnukhobnrs **cort at preaent la waolthy. 
lasliflad Tuawtav ha mw 4 handmme Isird Plunkeai. bul 
pickup truck near the ^int be was bom under tha wrong 
Where the lmd% of <*)arenca *‘Cn **1 *ha ZodUc and mora 
Douglas Garrett was found hnp^tHAt ha la a Catholic. 
On .5 ass 

Brothers John and Lirry l/).NDON <)ween KHmakelh's 
Ihtpaff and (heir musin Harry traditional Epiphanv gifts of 
Popr»(f ara •‘harged wtih mur goM (rsnkincenae and myrrh 
(Kr In tf)» iMBting death of ware preoantad at a commun- 
C.arrrit. Ion aandca yesterday in (ba 

Tha hearing was delayed Chapel Royal Aaint Jamas 
Tueaday aflar a plana carry Palate, by twn of Iha Queen s 
trtg IK^P rrlma Uhnratnrv gentle maw ushers Bear Ad- 
actantists from Regina was iwlral air Arlkar Bremley and 
unahia to land at t'astlafar. Bawd Admiral pradartek Mack. 


SA.NTA MOKICA. Calif 
Ibinaa Al w aad. kmg on# of tho 
wnrid'a lorsonoot figure skat 
art obtamad a dteorca bi de 
fault today from Asko M M»r 
rla, milUonatra Pittsburg*- 
Pa producer 


Balloon Crew 
Fought Storm 




t’ Alx=r.a GsnaC 
MSS A. Rgaa iindet- 
ftMt Imur oparalxm 
■'The radix .. . ver v:. - * ng f"t temovsl of his gall 

.R.I r.. ., ,h, r* - r, n.d S.., 

^ ^ gao.. - it a .%.fnpleia 

bean dumpad ma,b.Mird be .„tee« ar>d F^sn I - — r. .« 
cs.ive of tha -vtliar danger of gnnd 
Iba bnUoan iailmg down.' ha * a * 

HOLLYWOOD Hophia 
"Than rarre the great lioreis Mya sha's gmng hark 
Jlangaf VS a waia w hipped into tn Italy next apring devplia 
a vinierH 'hermal 'updiiD' reports that she might ha 
artd wa migh* r^Bva been swept lai>ed fnr blgfmy If aha re 
up Down wa had to mma ■* tuma. 


GREAT 

MATTRESS 

CAI r Sfaris 


‘Stolen from Mail’ 
Says Crowe of teller 


Paapla s bedtaa msv grnv 

‘ruaty' with aga. bul iiwtrmirtda 
naedn‘ 1 . January Raadar's 
Digsm lalla bow paopla wbn 
cnnItfHM So nar thaw brains srs 
amanec at M Ihan thay wars at 
VH Ha«a is snmliHc avidanao 
Ihal you develop graatar 
menial mpstitwa and bMiac 
J u dge m a n t as ytni grow alder. 

Thta helpful smda is Jual mw 
af 40 m Iha Jaaswry Reodar's 


Unlucky River Flowing 

CANTKRRI RY. KncUiid (I PI)_Woa Retida 
RaflHMl — fke ■•Itscky Nnilhn«nia Rhar U HmiIiik. 

Arewrding U ImmI loBaaMt, pay tima tJia rhar 
rViwn H baruHsaa kiMsig m “Wop Wolart** pad 
dinoslar pod IrwsiMe. 

The Npllboonsa U oo oo ofpip. off-pfolo rivar 
fhot la osoolly dry. Rul yaatardoy II wpo pimoat 
hi flood, tka atroHgasl flow hi away yaorn. 


Idnia ^ VMNNirKG tCpi Pmf Iha latter had barn lost by Iba 

“DTl^h.r,. «!», r«.r.H 
t *^ "**^! “bl )eaierday a Jaiidr over Iha conirwvaray that fol 

"■ ‘ — ' 

waa hamming un r»|| 'stolen from the ihar Winnipeg rteteiiives who 

mall • Ha mM enhege piin ‘"'►•(‘gated the matter gava 

.:lpal W, C. LmAhari wm try that thev 

, ' ^lieved tha lettar raarhed 

Ing to creata mlschlaf by L, w x 


CLOSED *U DAY WEDIESDAV 


WE’RE NOT THROUGH 
WITH COLD WEATHER! 

rn^'^rrrrrrr 

'I rrrrrrrrr 

J^rrrrrrrrrrffff 


flKURBRLB iRautarsi Tha 
fovamment Tiiaoday night 
ordered a special aa«stnn of 
Parliament to discuaa tha not 
Ing in Lanpnidvilia. capl>sl of 
the Belgian Congo 
Heig! -'. Premier t;a*tnn K>s 
fcerts orrtarad (he Lowei House 
of ParlUmem rava'led for a 
Thiitsde.; «e«stitn afler a flva- 
rnan .SoclaMat daiegatlnn 
demanded an tmrnediaia am- 
nion to debate tha nor* 

Maurlra von Hemalfycfc. 
gnvetnmem miniaiar raapon- 
aihla (or the Belgian I'nngn 
will make a aiaiament to 
parliamenl on the noting 
Tuesday 

In lanpui.-ivHIa, order waa 
grsduallv bating restored Tues 
dav in (his jungle nf tho 
Belgun Cl ngn ap=r hWmdy 
noting hv Afriearu demanding 
Independeruv 

A( teast .M Africans have 
been killed and another ton 
aa\eralv Ihjurod In (ha clashes 
that started Sunday batwaao 
pnltra and Ahirana. 

77 m City to atU) under p v«r 


lual stale nf siege, but trana 
port has bean roatnrad. 

Europeans haia bean armed 
tn rasa nf further outbreaks 
Psraimopars sent from the 
milltsr) base at Ksmina aro 
slsnrllng by 

The rtnis began after a p» 
lltKwl meeting of t'nngnlese 
where Ihe fiiiure itvwpendanro 
nf tha C o w g u w aa d i si i isa a iL 


Tkd CHffHritfHH #4 III 

Oiftridt ft SiBHitk 


TNURtDAT, Jaatary I, 1ISI 


The .Speaker of Rrttaln'a 
H'.yiaa of tiorda, unMka the 
t'ommona' .Spaokar, may taka 
pan In deboioa. 


IN YOrR OWN HOWR 

Without obilgatlnn try nr»a fnr that bard b> heal 
nmm Nn riniM. ite ftiA prt>b|em. no dirt You luot 
^ug It in I’hlia fiom aa Inw as $4950 and baoting 
enwa as liuia aa II M monthly. 


WOOD - - WOOD 


FREE WOOD 

Vary Rmsll Hauling Cbarfeo Onir 
DRY CR^DAR • . . CVpa . . . 11’^ IsMig 

3 BIQ CORDS — 

2 CORDS — $SUN> 

S Ikaya Onlv 

Day riHioa; 9\ NtgM rknoa! r\tA4M 

IDEAL FUEL CO. LTD. 


Eastern Canadas Famous 


7lt View RL 

RV t-tMl 


Thouaonda of SaitsfMd Cuatnman 


'•eNeba 






IJailD (SoUttisi 1959 


•*.4n Intifprmimni ^nr»paf>er, 
Thp Organ of Pio Ulitfu^ or Party 


CTTH HALTON. ruUi«h#r 


SANTniAM CnAVf>:5(. i;^liortnCht»r 


Pwbl U lied 9>*rj Himlm MmmUjt liy IM r4»l4»nl»| PuMUhf^ 144. 

A« MSI Dm«<m trmH. ViHitrte, a< 


Victoria in Good Shape 




WAYOR SCURRAHS annual 
comment on the operallnnK of 
the rity ha* ■rrved to hlftiJiKht pro- 
KreM maie Uut yeat with come of 
the lone-term nc<^ of the rommim* 
Ity. Replacement of r^lnl KIlire 
bridge, more adequate provtcion for 
the centra) fiie hall, and a firm ap- 
proach to Vkctoria’a parking pn>hlem 
perhaps take the limelight. In the 
mayor's wish that the mam approach 
to Beacon Hill Park he improved hy 
the Capital Improvement District 
('ommifuiion many wlM )oin There 
Is no project which would yield a tiel- 
ter return for a relatively snnail out- 
lay; espenatty now that downtown 
cables are bcti^ buried, and the whole 
aspect of the city's tvntre brightened 
up. 

Completion of the central fire hall 
and a vigorous Mart on the new park- 
ing mall seem to he the two main 
pro>Y^ hand at the turn of the 
year. Their complciion should put 
Victoria ^breast of its program. We 
take it for granted that a new- city 
hall has been shelved for the prewnt. 
In view of current economic trends 
Mr. Scurrah't posaihle hid for the 


Pan-Ameni'an fJanies Is attractive as 
an ld(>a. but without a large stadium 
and other a|>(ntrtenan<Ts on an equiiA 
aienf srale It Is doubttui if such a 
progi-am could he I'arhed out In tln>e. 
Not as cit\ oblignlions. but rommun- 
M.v ne<'e*silies,(or all that, there are 
two large hoapltal extensions in Vic- 
toria which cannot he indefinilelV de- 
la) rsi. The need is acute. 

The steady improvement in Mc- 
lurla'a financial [loaitlon by reason of 
tightened management shows well In 
the >-ear-end report. The city Is re- 
tiring Its debt on a firmly budgeted 
basis, with plenty In hand by way of 
awtet* and fund^ reserves to meet 
the peak of its retiren>ent schedule 
in the next dci^de. and a ('onsiderahlo 
value In property assets in the city- 
owned lands. If the same canny 
policy is maintained. Victoria should 
have very little to grumble over in 
10 years* time There t« not much 
now, save in the disparity between 
human wishes and the time for their 
ful/IHment, 

To the mayor and council, and 
city staffs contributing to this pro- 
giesa in lO.'iS should go merited 
thanks. 


Krom the Uallss Koad walerfrMt 


t.rttvr from l.ondon 


Thinking Aloud 


Job Waiting for Mr. Crump 


*. . . of stuies arw} ihtirs sihI *r«|- 
li^ wax— <if cabhage* and kings.** 

By Tt>M TAt U>R 

I am sorry iMtw Uwr« WM $ hiatus 
lit my Rihlltwi knnwMg* briwfvw. 
say m> Sunda> schsM>l da>* i^d meue 
rarent >ears H«d 
1 b*en belter awate 
of Ihlhfs around 
• the lima 


By l^iHAKU L. TMOMAH 

1 told him that lha Mr. Crump 1 
waa thinking of was lha preaMani of 
Canadian |*a«ifie and that was a 
preilv b>g raihsay. 

A prophet is to often without honor 
In hii own country. 1 am well aware 
that Canadian Padflc la aometiniea 
laughed at and abiiaad hut 1 know 
too that It runa wliat la undouhiediy 
the fiitest train in hw world today. 


N ot long ago somaona walked out 
af I’aiuda HoUsa U Trafalgar 
Square, W>hed up at the Illuminated 

sign oppnatle hear 

tng tha legend 
"I 'anadian Pacific** ' i 

tnd exclaimed, **Oh, 
heavona; 


emptied unless >ou do It yeursolf as 
R> lha flnnr. No one Ihinlcs that (he 
trala neluls a waler splash aitd ravolw 
ing brushes to claao lha windewa. 


One coukt say that It Is the differ 
en«w between private enierpriae and 
naUonoUaitlon. *Ther* would be auma 
meiU M the argument There wsa a 
iMw whan TwUw a yi m Brwstn were a 
model for the world- Today they are 
brtMidly a horrible example. True they 
were badly baslted durtog tl)e war. 
They have had to suffer from obsolete 
roUiitg stwk and run on tracks suffer^ 
Ing from lark of wartime mainten- 
ance. It la trxie that a modemUatioa 
ptogrem la being built up roating 
aomerhlng like BiOOQUinno but yea 
cannot travel today on a pmgram for 
tomormw. 

Rven the most ancient coach could 
be painted; and the newest needa te 
have Its windows cleaned It doe* net 
n*ed a muittenMUon dollar modarnlx^ 
tion program toVnply aah trays or 
sweep tha floor. II coals no mere l« 
serve a good meal In a dining car 
than a bad /ma. It la futile to talk of 
lack of paironage, at ihe railway* 
here do. and then pack peopfea Inie 
eomdora like sardines as they else 
do. There Ip somtvhlng aingularty 
Inept In cutting ilown rail serv-ica* 
When the -iralni operating ranoot 
carry the people (raveUlng In ctme 

fort. 

P almost saams as though no on# 
toally cares Aitd et*ho answers; why 
should the) • Nallonalixed Industry 
rarel) sack* pe«>ple. It can’t go broke 
beiause (he taxpavers find the loss. 


was 

g > shgibla for a key 

P S af yii# dtMtr t tttighl 

M ^ have eni whed my 

>wtiuial appretia> 

tk«n 

I n s ( a n € a, 

lah. brought beck to meinury by Ihe 
Culoniit ’-(.-omlc ' serlton last Sunday. 
Therein, as you would notwa If >uu 
read theae weekly lairs (r<en^lha 
B>i«k. as surely you do. (ha tiury 
the Isisellta strongman and lha 
Ptitiuima maiden has begun. 

It waa tha opening paiagtsph that 
arrasied tny aiienliun. te wit "In Ih# 
Valley of Sorek lived (h# beaultful 
Delilah . . .'* Whan 1 was there, more 
years age than 1 rare to remember. 
I had futgotien that valley had a 
Biblical name. Perhapa lha I’anadUn 
anldlets now In that vtelnity are better 
piMtrd 1 hope so lor even an eoforred 
w^Joum in ralasMne. to uao an anrieot 
name for a land now iwarked tHher* 
wise on map*, can bo on'ranclng If 
one la cnnacioua of his storied sur- 
roundings. 


mrtviful 

na.' nwl Ihst.** TJ 

Several el ua |B - ^ ' 

laughed. Wa shouhl 
iMt have dune, af 
course. It was pain- 
fully near saciuage 
- rather like laughing In churth ihia 
may do and say many things about 
tlral august organisation, but nut 
laugh But wo all urtderstand Ih# feeh 
ing after a J.OODmIla voyage airoaa 
lha Atlantic. London at last and all 
that . . . and than lha haunting fire* 
of a familiar legend bla/oned In tha 
night sky. 


Big Brotherhood 


I thought warmly of Mr. Ctump. 

W'« had Jual travelled what was sup- 
posed (o be a nonstop journey (lum 
Drndon lo llerna Ifcs) with arsen 
atupa and a dozen sigrui citacka. Tha 
expraaa waa scheduled U> run at an 
average speed of 40 m p.h. for dO 
mile*. U actually achieved an average 
of about 29 m p h. and arrived an 
hour lat# on a one hour and 39 min- 
utes journey. Mr. Crump carried m* 

3*110 mtl*a.Acro*a Canada at an av- 
erage apaad of 40 m ph and landed 
me m Vancouver a couple of mmuiea 
early. 

My mind went berk to that apnttrsa 
tmtO bnd lo the superb service lo tha 
American who sal neat lo me and said 
with a full heart that be had travelled 
lha world and there waa noihtng any- 
where Uke The Canadian. 

The wMth rus«l of Britain should 
provide a showpiece for British BalW 
wa>a You may travel from Dover to 
UifMfnn on a boat train and regret- 
fully I must report that unless you 
are very lurky you wilf find It diriy, 
overcrowded and painfully sluw We 
just haven't got o **cra«li train** any 
m«ee. The nesresi io ii. perhaps, la 
Itie tfolden Arrow but II falls far 
below tha Btandards of The CartadUn. 

Kven the uniform* of tha staff ara 

slovenely. You won'i get an aahfmy . 

— _ _ _ / It might he an Idea to send for Mr. 

Crump, liia organisation pays lhma> 
aanda of dollars a day to lha govern* 
ment In laxaiton. Over hers the r«i|- 
tsavs ahanrh fhousands a da> from the 
Ireasgtv. There Ip something wrong 
•umewhere. 


TT SiXMS apfwirenl that a trig 
^ brother is aUlking the fnriernl 
government with intent to 
employee* to the statu* of stoGgeo. 
It is no wonder g<Aernment service 
looN its appedi for individuals ot 
Akilki ahd attainment. If Ihe 
treatment given Mr Edward Argyle 
is a criterion, only those willing to 
he suppliant robots art wrlcome. 

Mr. Argyle. a technician at the 
5Uanirh ohaerx'atory'. dared lo ex- 
preos an opinion about the U.S. 
rocket Atlas. He railed it a propo- 
gnnda stunt That may have hnn 
Impolite or it may have been near 
the truth. Some American obaervert 
(fuegtioned the good taste of a Chnst- 
mns message coming from an laetru* 
ment that certainly M not designed aa 
a peace vehicle For hit temerity, 
or candkineas, Mr Argyle has been 
aeverely reprimanded and wHth hit 
fellow employeea warned that dts- 
miwwl will follow any similar com- 
ment in future. , 

■n>e point to he noted It that Mr 
Argyk was giving voire In the free- 
dftm of speech believed lo be the heri- 
tage of all Canadian*. He did not 
critictee hi* emp1m*er. hi* govemmenl 


or hit own country. Ill* remark* 
were unrelated to hi* obligation* at a 
civil aervant. and thua he neither 
broke a rule nor nffendetl against hi* 
oath of employment. Ilis view may 
nr may not have been valid — aenior 
department nffWHal* diKmUaed it at 
inaxnerieneed and valuele**. which 
•thould therefore have greatly |c 
ened their coorem- b«il that I* md 
the Issue 

The federal department he Nerves 
say* hi* comment renresrntedjn of- 
ficial statement *rhat h eyTwaxh 
and an excuse for if* har^hii»^« The 
head of the oiwervalnry here mihlirly 
disnoriated the otavci-vafon- from Mr. 
Argyle** remark*. nv«klnr! them ob- 
vioiislv hi* own The inference la 
that he i* being punished hecauee the 
federal government doe* not want 
■n>*thing !Utld that might sound un- 
favorable fo the United State* 

• On this ha*l* therefore a etvil 
pcrxant hecome* leee than a eeeond- 
cits* citizen. If he epraki at all, 
even on a matter which ha* no con- 
nection with hi* own work, he mu*t 
follow the government line -or el*e. 
That ia big brotherhood with a ven- 
geance. and It make* a mockery of 
Mr Diefenhaker’s bill of righta 


It came beck to me tha other night 
wheo. of all plore* In' (ha unrM. I 
heard a passenger at tha barrier in a 
loud, arrenlad voir* prorlaim. "1 wiah 
tn heavan you'd tend for Mr. Trump." 

"Mr. Who. xir?' aakad Ik* baffled 
Uckef CoUactnr 

**Mr. Oump. Ha know* how ta ryn 
a railway.** 

Tha station was Hame Bay in Kent. 
If (hare had not bean such a cru«h 
brtuaen m* and the autspokan gentle- 
man I would havw asked him a taw 
questions and maybe ahared a nusial- 
f(c nogfin. As It was 1 was last out. 
The ticket collet'tor scratched k(s head 
and said plalollvaty *Y>o tha all la Mr. 
Lump*" 

"Crump** I riggasied. Ila looked 
belkgarent f«<r a monvenl and (hen 
mM. • Who* he?" 


In ralpwpact et least I ihihk so; 
it tha time t was n<d aufflciendy 
attentive 

But I did see Uetliah's house. 

Bather I should aay I aaw ■ building 
wa railed the Red House, which re- 
putedly stood on the site of the 
mansion In which Delilah reigned. 

Judging by Ihe Colonial Utuatrallun 
h wa* a manalon and I rvoitra, It had 
a rod roof That should awpftort Ike t\ot tlfllVlV* B roog 
thesis of Uve Red llcHias In edditmn 
Ihgtf U er w as also enrloeed by tree*. 

If I remember rorrer tly the Rr*d 
Hou«e was Ju*t off lha side of Wadi 
<«hu//eh. a deep dry wsterewuroe 
which ran lo the Mediterranean nXat^ 
hv Kur «otne iea«on 1 now regret. 
whale\rr II waa 1 was not ii^uiaitlve 
eiiough and paid It *>ant h>n<rr«. 
even after being (old this waa where 
Samson came to grief. Pet haps 1 was 
poiry .samawi was not wiik ua he 
would have beeo a rare bet on night 
pairwl arwi (hat was all. 


Mandatory Suspension 


Dr. Chisholm’s Fantasy 

(Kresn The WlMilpi« r«ew ProM) 


1)RORABLY more than any man In 
A Canada. Dr. Brock Chlaholm ha* 
Ihe far-ulty of putting parents' backs 
up It la not long ago (hat irate 
mammas and papas were after him 
for trying to destroy Iheur chlldren a 
belief In .Santa Claus. Nww he la ap- 
parently trying to undermine what 
little lespeil chlMien have fur their 
parents. 

*nte other day In Vancouver. Dr. 
Ovlshnlm luld a political meettng tliet 
children aho\ild be taught that parenta 
are ivd aheays good and right bvil 
that aemetimea Ihey are bed and 
wrung. And he uigad a ‘‘new Irwle- 
pendervre of smrtd ‘ amongst young- 
ateia te help them think for them- 
aelvea. 

le>avlng aside Ihe queatkm of how 


parents will take to Kla remarks, ona 
ran only wonder tn what kind of 
a drawra world Dr. Chuholm has been 
living. Are there today any young 
tiers who believe that their parrnta 
era alwaya guud and right and never 
bad and wrong* Many parent* will 
argue (hat quite (he oppoalie Is true: 
that chlMren, a* they have alwava 
dijiu* d>ei‘t see il»elr parents as d«-ml- 
gtnls. but mure a* uM fogies, real 
*U«tare* who Jual dun ( knuw W'hat la 
right and whal Isn't. As for Independ- 
cme of mind, inoal yeung peopt* seem 
lo have plenty of that now. Parents 
may wretl feel that (he good doctor 
would be doing (he world a greater 
aeivhe If he atgued that young 
pettpia thould he taught lhat their 
patent* are not always Wrong, rather 
than (hat Ihev ar* md always right. 


The Packsack 


I N the past few days (hare have been 
no fewrer than three TV newt 
ahcHs showing tkiee different higk 
official* revlesslng .. 
troops un cere- 
motilal ocrasiuna. £ ^9 

And on eorh'ocva § 
st<m t h a notable 
tentieman doing I ^ 

Ihe so- colled re- 
view ing w a I k e d 
briskly along tk# ^ ^ fi 

ranks of auldlera B k . !■ 
ai .rigid 


*A'a dUl nut know iht* araa aa (tie 
V*alley of )%uiek. however, unless INI* 
name belonged te the glen whk*N 
aitetihed fium behind (he Re«1 llouae 
right up to All Muniar. the fortified 
hill which aloodoff Uaca from our 
H«»«e si-qualntam-e. *nil* glen wp 
ralM Happy Valley, although It 
wmiM not lank aa quite aa happy 
as the Meirhoain valley of that name. 
Not thal II waa really unpleasant, 
kwiiqtig bai-k anyway. Apert from Ihe 
n«k of Iteing rudely dispatched any 
da> la aranher world oqf aejourn 
thi'ie bad It* fair moments *rhey 
might even have been akin to the 
day* when Samson strolled Itierw- 
abnuis. fur aa you would not* from 
tha f'olnnlat drawings he too wae 
aepied upon hy enemies 

I suppose U*B all different now. 
Tfiete wITI he a bridge over the A'adI 
i;hvu/eh. and a nice blacktop road 
up Happy Valiev to tiara Itself. 
Theie might even be a gas station 
outside the Retl Huuse. If It i* •Mil 
standing Sfimeume if tver I meet 
a Canadian soldier reiurnad from 
CN duty around the Valley of Sotak 
I will ask klm 

Perhaps I should aend a aepy of 
the Cokmlst lo the ItN’s Canadian 
cimilngenl, so lha troops might ap- 
preciate the historic nature of their 
Burroundlnga; ailheugh, urvdeubtadly 
being murk better Infoimed than wa 
were, they probably know all about 
Samson and have lottked with Inieiest 
on the spot In Gaaa where he pulled 
(kovn the pillars At this moment. 
Indeed, some young Canadian- In 
khaki shurta. alas jual qualified for 
• key of the dunr when he gels home 
may he standing on All Muniar 
lonkhiff down Happy Valley to tho 
garden n| Aamaok and OalUak • fow 
m\im away. 


SlSItalmg 

attentiun without So much aa casting 
a glance at any on* of them, or at 
th«*m a* I unti 

Bri'-kly aceompenlod by the com- 
m*ndei of (he guard of honor, the dlw 
Ungutalied riluen appeared lo bs ro> 
v-*wlMg Ihe movie tamers. At leaf! 
that waa the only thing he was loolp 
ing at. 

Times have changed. I tbia'i rocaO 
George V doing that, lie was iho 
one with Ihe beard. A*hen he re- 
viewed a guard of honor, he did them 
tlw htinor of looking at them. Mo 
walked proudly but respect fully bw 
fota (he guard, hit eyes left. Ho 
louked Into laom. ho looked at aervico 
ribbons, land pautad*. he glanced up 
at headdresses, he glanced dowq al 
biSiiB. A* he marched along the rear 
rank he would often turn lo take a 
look at the belts, Ihe buttons and the 
atyle of (he front rank aa seen froiB 
behind He waa net a aoMler. Ila was 
a sailor. And ha knew (hat the men 
Iw was poxatng within touching diw 
tanre nf klm wre going to tell thetr 
grarKkhlWren ahnut It. forty years 
later when hit gramt-daughlar of 
giandwm would he the one to whom 
•Heglance la awoin. 

. M*\ he nur present day reviewer* o( 
guards of honor do not axptuK to be 
muck fomemhenrd. 


That Useless Word 


Interpreting the New$ 


t/rwBN Tko Tonmle ftUrj 


Mikoyan Is ‘Shopping’ 


C ANT wa get rid of thia word 
"teenager''? It baa become a 
menace to Hear meaning In llte Kng- 
llsh language. A'Melv and innocently 
used lo denol e to y s and girl* of ages 
19 to 19. Ihe v^^ haa attracted mag- 
neiically a gitming Nmd of impibe- 
IVmi* for manv pmiplc So M mnjurea 
up i^N-tiirea of kids in black katUer 
jacketM. of tough netghhorho(»d* prog- 
nani with juveuila drhoqueticy 

That's a libel B la all the worse 
beesuB* the word teenager le uaed 
Innocently so often, with (he llbeUou* 


Infeienca drawn by those who hear 
the word villb a different meaning. 
Gtown-upa would understand Ihe In- 
Justue If the word ’adult" acquired 
a bed ring as leenagcr nficn has • 
beratiM of (he crtminalMy of some 
adults. 

There have alwav • been delinquent 
bn>« sful girts. h«tl M •• a plirrftmetum 
of Ihe tmu's lo lag all yaungsicia 
with Ihe miiMlemcarHtre or crimes of 
a few. We profess lo dephvre gutlt by 
assAcftatten. but there It la on a 
million fold trala. ' 


A NAiTTAS Mikoyan ta quietly probing 
otflHal Washington, a apal con 
Bklered by many non reeidanie *a poseeea 
almost aa many baffling eomplexMiee aa 
outer spa<^ 

Ruaala'i vkwpremlar. trade expert end 
general troubleshooter eonvmead virtual- 
ly nobody w han ha daocrlbad tha inp aa 
a private visit. Becaiiee of hit atandlng In 
the .Soviet hierarchy. fUiropean atoervera 
aliach profound atgnltkqnce to kla proa 
ence In the United States. 

Uke (he more pubtlrked Soviet space 
rocket, the tight lipped Armenian would 
apiwar lo be prtmailty enfagad In an ax- 
ploratory ml i wton Any major develop 
ment in RuMlan Arnerlcsn trade relathma 
would require congreeatonal action, eqd 
few political Issues occupying the two 
cnunrrle* appear to offer pro a perta of Uw- 
medlnie aoluiiqn. 

In tending Mikoyan to Wsahlnglnn, 
Rierfker Khrwahehev can kNik (e tha 
mtnlmirfk achievement of eatahttahtng 
personal eontact b* twee n big Na» 9 man 


arwf the ksder* nf the Klaenhower arlmln- 
latralion. In all pinhability he la counting 
on hia ipertal envoy to melt some of Ihe 
prealdenr'a hoaillily Inward summit eon- 
fetence 

Beyurtd the obvloua goodwill pHentIgl 
of MIkoyan's vlstl. speculation on fhe pna- 
alble subjects under dtanixsMin ranges aa 
Widely as the rocket Itself, which la seen 
as tervdtng urgency to an agreement gov- 
ernlng apace exp^metila. 

The roeket a pr o greaa also underlines 
the ImportarKO of International rontrnl of 
nuclear armaments, but there appears lo 
be little chance of progress until (he 
technical etperts Iron nut their dlfflrul- 
(te* al (ha current talks in Geneva. 

In the poliltcal field. A'eal Berlin ts 
the moat likely topic |n hi* private dls- 
cu*«mna. MiNovan appears to have an 
Meal appoHunlty to etartfv the Ruxahin 
poUUon and compare notes with State 
heeretary Dulka an pnealble avemiea far 
negotiation on tha German problem aa a 

wtou. 


A bnsmeMman called hit wi|* fronv 
the oltke late ana afternoon 
"I've got two tlrkei* for My Fair 
Ladv ." he told Iter 
"Wonderful, darting.'* she rrlad. 
**ni start dreaatng at once.** 

"Pleaaa da," ha repliad. 'Thay are 
Car tacaorrmv night** 


Culluie la an broadening 191* new 
homa of the Metropolitan Opera ta to 
have wider seats. 


Atomic radiatinn, says a srfeniial. 
la he mare perlloua le the puhlle than 
a motorrar Wa trust this waa nvaanl 
ta to reaaaurlng. 


Close to 600-Point Hurdle 


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Complete Vancouver Tradin 


Today'n DulUr 

am* 

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ttorilw il.M • I M 


Af C«« M 

•«»r* 1^ m 

kA o*. 

C?a«n 

r*u 111 

C A V CM» II , 
CM 

rii»rui Oil 


**No ko# can 4o UUa for ton| 
without MftMu consoquanoM,** 
ha aaid. 

Mr. Raid aald Canadlana 
wara aahlnt tha tovaHunanl to 
da too mu«h In too iroat a 
hurry, and thay wara aahlnf 
Jl to do > > thay ahottid ha 


loaaoa wara ovarooma, al- 
though Riloaa wara mUad to 
lha doaa In aoma boding 
itocka. 

With ao much atrangth ba- 
hind lha markat. aoma Naw 
York axporta now btUova tha 
upward aurgo will not only 


Tha Vancouvar - V 1 a 1 0 r 1 a- 
Saattia aarviofa carrUd 9MJM 
paaaangaro, up IgJ par cant 
from tha 1157 llgura of M5.- 

4U paaa a ngaro. 


U tha Mock nurfcat had boon 
puroutng a normal oourat. lha 
raparta wouM hava boon look- 
ing for a currant oaatng off 
In prteaa to follow tha tindl 
(tonal yaarond boom. 


Closing Averages 

IK)tV' iONEHt 


NKW YORK «UPII Stocfci 
rJoard In record high tarrttory 
far tha aavanlh coniocuuva 


Dividendi Declared 


"Tha govanunant produoaa 
nothing; It maraly radlatiibu- 
taa.” ha taid. *lf wa wish to 
hava mara. wa muat produce 
mma.** 


hunUa of tha 500-polnt mark 
It la now 951J7 ^ but that K 
may carry through to about 
•10 bafora rucaivtng any sari- 
oua check. 

One of tha raaaona advanced 
for tha optlmlallc aullook la a 
aiirvvy of buainoaa which Indl 
catai that net aamlngt may 
Btrlka a racord 590 000.000.000 
In 1U0, and that, eorurary (a 
tha exparftnea of IMI. nat pro- 
flta wlU ouipaca tha growth 
af dollar uka 


» burst af strength lata In tha » •URapkW 

day aftar ahowtng a decUna af ** — ~ *••••. up L57 

naarly 3 pointa In tha iikduatrUI Mharaa; IJMJtO. 

.1 MO-TTKEAI., 

TL . TT I n.ii.i-MJP 

^ The imhisirlal average rlnaed • lai m i m 

at MIM up I 17 in the pro JuU.Z tZ 

llminary mtculatNm. ftailniad .. ^ 

Ivaue* came hark lo their pre- ^.*bb. 

vloua dpw of 101 k6 and util- TOBOh'TO: 

J at •! m up 005. The average ai e« i m 

ua for the « atocka In Iheaa aver mrimH *J~ITI.gg'u» kM 

* **^-!T* * *’***' ** HrMem Olle ULTf'up kT* 

up OJg polnla. ^ 

Ametkwn Talephona cloaad 
Uu *1231 up 31^ points and a naw, VANCtirvU: 

high alnea 1530. ThUmoialhan tg IndiiMrtala .^llkTkupkit 
M offxet a lrM« nf } po4M« In Du M Mlaaa aMknpkIt 

“ WOlia . -llUl.upktt 

3 flams of more than a palnl ftolm: 

„ appeared In tntenuiilonal .. ^ 

Paper John* .ManvlMe and _ , a* • 

IT, Woolworih. and vmsller ad Pf*tpM 

vance* were aet by a long ||at «1UI I I Il-C7t 

at ather*. WINNIPEC (CF* - Mod- 

* Norfolk k Weatem with a erataly activa fbx trade feat- 
. gain of 2 points almost single- urad an atharwiaa duU day 

handedb brought tha raite Moat of tha fUa was tmdad 
back to Ihair previoua data In the tnlHal stages of buslnem 


tla bapaa. and thara la • ta 
tlon In tha ranks to dadara 
that there will ba a mild raeaa- 
aian wtUUn tha next two 
months. 

However, wtih moat of lha 
Koefc aschanga a>«ragaa In tha 
unehartad grounds of all Uma 
higha. It la fall Uui a paiiod 
, at canaolldaUon and back llU 
Inf would ba haailhy. 

Suck an avant aaamad (a ba 
kappanlng la tha foranaon saa 
alQO,yuatarday whan lha Dow 
JonM tnduairUl avaraga at 
Naw York waa down about 
Ihraa patnta ai noon. 

However, theru ware aa 
many huytag erdara around 
that tha easing In prlooa 
maraly am off anothar pur- 
chaaing apraa. Tha raault waa 
that thara was an about-faca 
af avar four polnla by tha 
eJaaa. 

Ta a amahar degroa. lha 
aame thing happened at To- 
ronto and Montreal. Early 


Ml M<K Oat NO 

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M rc yvrw«*i 

m e*«a*i S)v*f 
«• Or«lr«« etp* I 
IM* Vr C«« ne* 
Mil T? WM V'M 

W* Wf«<aiw»<M a 
m Wn> rarwi 
Ml 0* Vt 
m «*M*M *u 


It'A MAMM RMOEOd 

Ttsna Canada Air Unaa 
mavad mora fralghi and more 
paaaangara an Its coastal 

flights In and out at Vancou- 
var and Victoria la IMi than 
aver bafora. 

Eralghl eaniad amauntad ta 
4.QOO.(DO pounds, up 10 por 
cant from tha pravloua yaar. 


Canadian Indusirial.s 


OOlJjiB IJMM rACS 

Canadlana ara baginning to 
I loaa faith In monay aa a atora 
I of valua for tha futura. 
cording to R. R Rdd. proal* 

I dam af tha Canadikn Ufa In- 
•uranca OfAoara' Association. 

He blamed deficit financing 
by the Canadian govtrnma n t. 
which waa naw spending f7 for 
evary |g it look In. and In ad- 
dition waa making largo capital 
rommlUnanta of doubtful pro- 
ductlva value. 


. A Meeting at ■noAaldera km kaaa ealM 
foe Jaouory tJ, 1559. |i la laapodant that aO 
h andhaldara rasa4i a Infarmailoia ragaedjng tUe 

meotlag. 

Far wiforraarton, piaarn wrRa or tend the coupon 
below to Suarork Uranium Mmea Limited at tlm 

addraaa ihoam Wlaw. or %/a The Chase Mantettan 
Bank. Roam 300. V WaO Siraat. Ktw York IS, Now 
York, or t/a Mewl real Trval Compnno, IS Ktng 
Siract Wast. Turento 1. Onlarw or any euwr oMat a4 
Montreal Tniet Company. 

Stanioce UkAPivM Miii0 Lmms^ 


Like Oliver Twist 
Rails Ask More 


Tha utlUuea had aavaral •trang with eapon eM intematkmal 
epots including Pacific Uaa up account* *how|nf moat in- 
mora than a point and Houston teraat. Offerlnga were fair hut 
Lighting whwk gained a point all wore abanrbed during the 

UoM. Only l...rr. 

TORONTO 'CPt \ rally In reported 
tha cloaiitkAmulaa ermhlad Oata ami barley were quiet 
fba a*acw markat ta pun avt a and pncaa ware atead; Dw 
narrow gam In maiWiaia trad- mratic shipping pii'rrhaara 

were recorded and iNare wara 
t#olde wara the aniy laaera. reports of overnight barlty 
dowrn on# point on Indaf. as **les to tha United Kingdom, 
profit-taking tunUnuad to rut The rye market waa irragu- 
Inia ihair gams of tha past ^r and ganaraUy af a cummts- 
week Induftttals and westam von house nature guainaaa fal- 
ail* ea<-h loat around one point kmed iranda sat by Ukitad 
an indee In early trading but Matas markata 
rer«ivrred Kapon loadings af Canadian 

Kinal volume at Includad Japan Tlk- 

•narrs waa conaklmably lawar !5 Jti“**t**’ ‘wrmany 
than Monday's 4.4P7.000. Vol- K»»‘fdom 

ume« suffered as not ona apac- Iralahd 115J100 

uUtIve hit Ihe lOOOOO mark. , uj*** ?T T* V 


direct the Board of Tranaport 
C'ommlaaloneru nat to hear tha 
new apphraiton antfl tha tom 
pMUon of tha re^daw on lha 
general field af railway prob- 
lems and polio 
PROlINl kk mSA(>RKK 
Another aspect of lailway 
freight ctiargea wa* heard in 
Ottawa yesierday when Ihe 
Board of 'Transport C<pnnua 
sloftera oprnad a naw ■erma of 
heartnga tm eqaaliaatlon. 

Lawryers for lha provincUl 
govammasita and tha railways 
rUahtd over tha Board's 
meihad of aqualkung rata*. 

Tbt ral>we)a contended that 
the bnard should deal aepar 
alely with tha aquahaallan af 
specific' and milaage*' eem- 
m^ty rsiaa inaiaad o^lraai- 
Ing them all aa on*. 

Alberta and. Saakairhawan 
counaMa dlaagraad mytng It 
was faasible to eqvtaltaa both 
lypaa of rmtas togaihar. 


Tha RaDwayt AaaodaUon af 
Canada has aakad the Board 
of Tiansport CommMMonars 
to aat a data ta hoar tha rail 
way* ponding appUcatlen far 
a ganara; inrraaaa In fralght 
rates. ' 

The Board wtU hear tha mo- 
tion Jan 12- 

Tha Railways explain that 
lha Interim tocraast af 17 par 
ocfil offaettva from Dac. 1. 1595 
waa fiat suffldant to provlda 
CPR and CNR with ’'aufflclant 
net aomings ta moat thalr fi- 
nancial n aeda baaed on any 
teat wrhaigvar." 

Tha railways said thay 
w<wM apactfy lha amount af 
'the inctwaaa iha> ara ruquesi 
tog in a aupplamant lo tha ap- 
'pUration, which whs originally 
>ai*da M tha board last Sept. 

14 

i'anadlan Pacific RalNvay bi 
hHTnad the Board that tta *wn>- 
'togs to 1155 had faUoa mofw 
'than StTOOnnno holow tha 
' board's permlaalv* level of not 
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17ta Ralhvaya claim that 
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vartoua imlheiy axpecisaa lie 
eluding wagaa had risan at a 
ronsldenbly higher rpta 

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yaar-aiMi anmmaai ao bttsinr ts 

Uma and the bond market, ■ review at CanadaY 
national gM induairy, and B lUt </ curraaf 
invtsiBKai suggestions. 


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ft ftatlff ftolmiW VWt^. I.C., W«4^ Jm. T, !•!• 


By JIM TA.MI 

Victoria Cougan playH 
one of Iheir typical game« 
at Memorial Arena last 


lh« purk In sNer Jlra Hay‘» pectf>d he will be ehle to pUy | 
ehM ram# off Ihe berfcbtMrdm. j Seiunley ntfht in N(w Wr*( 
Leee then three mlnutee < mirMtei. 

Eerl Johne<>n had the ii>«> i*i«ar‘t *■«•«»• 

Spoke* mi In from, barkhand 


a Ti I wa* h 

tying It agaifl on an Mentical 
ahot on an identical play. 

Along with the two poktla 
the t'ougara got the eddliioiial 
good news that the eye Injury 
auffered by Uordle WUaon in 
the third period la not aenoua. 
Going In for Ihe puck along 
the boarda behiryl lb* Spokaiw 
goal aa defenceman Tom Wll- 
llama tied up a Cougar at* 
tarher. Wllaon tan lato WU- 
llama' ■tick. Injuring hla tight 
eye 

Wllaon «yaa unable to return 
to action but an after Ihe game 
report atated that the Injury 
waa nothing more aenoua 
than a bruiae'and It la ea- 


timeii hgAlnat the tight- 
checking Spokane Spokes, 
making mistakes and mis.v 
ing chances but iMayi 
coming back. 

This lime they made It, 
arraictiing out a 4J overtime 
victory on Stan Baliuk'a ala- 
sling high ahot after SS eec- 
onde of exlrs lime In a gam* 
which meant a share of second 
place In the Western Division 
ut the Western Hockey 
League inaiaad ol a pu^ Into 
fourth spot. 

y*or two periods It waa a 
very ordinary hockey game. 


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•rrambly hockey wriih the 
Spoke* not often dangeroui 
but playing an effective spot]* 
Ing gam* which came dlscon- 
eeningly ckw* to being good 
enough 

The Cougar* were never 
more typical than they were 
In the action filled third per- 
iod They preaaed steadily for 
the tying goal, finally got It at 
120i. Immediately lapaed to 


Totems Lose 
To Edmontoii 


llamlicapjml Cagerg Post Victory 

Memhen of the newiy-fopmed V'irtoris Wheelchair bent included Gordon Korber. Walter Thomson, 

Sports Asanclation heat their opponents. 30-Jff. Peter Cmeman and Don HillWrif the hai^icM as- 

Mnnday dunng a haskethall game with Metropolitan aociatlon and Terr>' Logan, Leslie Brice, Terry 

United Cliurrh sports chih memhen. Team mem- Miller and Malcolni Shanka on the church team. 


IDMUNTON y^knonlon 
Flyers* moved sis points ahead 
of the aecerkd plane Calgary 
Siampeders in Ihe eaateni dlvl* 
alon of the Western Hockey 
League last night, edging the 
western division leeding Seat 
lie Totems, k-2. before 4.1M 
tan* 

Flyer* fired thrsw unenswer 
ed goal* In the first period and 
then held on for the viciory as 
SewMie went down to lit third 
atraighi defeat on the prairie* 
Rookie Murray Oliver. Jack 
Hendrlrkaon and Don Pml* 
were the Edmonton marks- 
men 

XcorlAg for the Totems were 
Frank Arnett and centt* Guyle 
Fielder 

FlltHT GOAL 
Fielder • Ihlrd-perind goal, 
hla first petnt in the three 
game* of the current rood trip, 
boosted hla league leading 
point total to h7 He now ha* 
IS goals and 44 aMists 
Val Fonleyne drew aaalsts 
on both Vsttle goals. 

Totems werw without the 
aervtre* of defenreman Bill 
Davldaon. who la out with an 
Injured knee. It la expected 
the curry defewcemaa will he 


Stwokinp; Briefly 


let the Spoke* regain the lead, 
then roared back to pull even 
enly IS second* later 
'Hiey had the ftrat chance In 
the ovenime, e*c*ped rather 
luckily when they desperately 
block^ • shot with goalkeeper 
Marcel Pelletier eut af hi* 
nets, then suddenly ended It on 
Baliuk* goal, which was bd- 
terly prote*ted. particularlv 
by goalkeeper Emile Francta 
Baliuk's high scorcher hit 
Ihe croaabar and dropped 
down Goal Judge Doug Bray 
«sid that It waa a good two 
Inches ever Ihe goal line but 
Francis, wha grabbed the puck 
Immediately and s wept H out. 
didn't agree H*. and maai of 
h*a teammate*, continued to 
•rgue about It for almoet a 
minute after the Cougar* leD 
the led. gave up only when 
referee Bing Jucke* also 
•haled off 

Off to a promising start 
when Ran Blackburn awept In 
an a flpe rush to round l^lonel 
Repka on the tight side stlHt- 
handle scros* the goalmouth 
and slide the ptnli In bsi-k 
handed the Crntgar* were 
gutltv of had covering fmif 
minute* later. No one was 
there to stop Ron Attwell from 
hanging In a paasout from 
behind Ihe goal by Buddy 
Bodman who outwrestled A1 
Nirholeon for the puck 

Earl "Thing" Johnson put 
Ihe Spokes shead In Ihe seco nd 
period Masting In a pb**but 
from DM ToprUI after Pelletier 
had started for the puck In 
the comer to hla left then 
changed his mind to acramhle 
haU teams will clash in three hark to hla gnaL 
aepataie game* Fnday night All three third period goal* 
•t Btetiiworwl rsme r»ff rebounds r»n hbie-Hne 

Pre midget boy* plav at 7 .m «hots by 4efen«emen Nirhnj 
Juveritle girls play at * W and son got the first, lying it at 
juvenile beys meet at 9 JO. 22. when he fInaUy hoaked 


Dtiulilr W 


innrm 
Two^ltl* winner In recent 
RCN curling bonsptel was 
Jim Russell rink, above Top 
to bottom ate K. Guthrie. J. 
Wilson H Moire and Ru» 
sell. 'Hiey won " 8 " primary 
and grand aggregata. 


JERKY Kt KNk. builder of tkmal Football Leagua cham* Jb 
towas speedy hackfwid and. Bahlmore CoHa has been ^ 
touted as a lop candidate for ^ ^ .. 

.n »ut.nl cMchln, )o» «»> • 

HT iJons. IS considetinf *n * y**Mn an annual United Pre** 
offer to berome head co*>'h at IntematlotMl pell . . . Russia • 
the University of Ikrtroit. m«iring hockey team wim Ha 

yesiei day he has not yet made American oppoaiiton last 
up hla mind but is ' interested night, rlefeailng a team of col* 
by the poaalbiliuea ' . . P*4e ill star* "J Tom 

Jo hnsoK. a sail pound tackle N«ce«t. he*d football roerh 
from Univeratty of Idaho who at FlorkM State M^nivefettv 
was drafted by Ihe OveUod he* been named he«d cotsrh at 
Riowna. has slrt«d wlir. the University of Marytond . . . 

Toronto Argonauts ... A»w*r. p*ru>un Ale* Obwed* and 
a speedy four y^r^d. of the Umfed 

brought lo^ price of Uiono at yeaierdey reached the 

an aucilon discing of the ^^m^aia of the West Au» 
thoroughhred holdings ol the |f,|(an tennis rhamplonahlps 
Ute Harry M Warner 

* * * Bruce FroKcla of Austnilla 

TEH MII.I.MHH. who St 40 A4 « 1 Cd . . He« Vfu4«iH. 

won the Ametimn Iweagtie winner of the Angele* 

batting title last year, said Open will lead the nomadic 
yesterday he will be hark wHh pros Into Mexico for the tJO 
the Boston Red s«x nest sea 000 Tijuana Open which atari* 
son arvh experts to play at Fridav NomM Janes of the 
l*.«at 100 gamea . . . Weak Kw> Rmiatand Wartlors Is leading 
book, head coach of the Na- the Western Iniernsltonal Hoc 


Big V ictoria Entry 
In Duncan ’Spiel 


Jack .4tlamg 
Sayg Imlach 
W on' t Trade 

nrTBOIT U PI — Jm4 


DTNCAN Vinoru aimoW 
matched the home entry in 
the annual Duncan BonapleL 
which opens at 9 tomorow 
morning. 

When entries rtoaed, of 
fictala counted up to find 37 
links, enly three short of the 
maximum .Sixteen were from 
Duncan ar»d 14 from Vlcteru. 
Nanaimo was represented by 
three nnks and there was bne 
each from Cewrlchan Lake, 
Port AibettiL Uovardala and 
i*hllliwark 

Rinks will play In four tro- 
phy evenia and are asaured of 
a minimum of four games. 
Finals will be played Sunday. 

Thursday's drawr* up lo and 
including 6 p.m.: 

• s « a • OSM 'p> ta sr 

Malms rV' O SSBWr 'Jf' *i Oar 
Tarbw >V. r t«»t b- »• B 

SaSwie* -Tei ■ rWamsaeS** <0- 
ti • MrtaimS >*• ■ NaSsa -O- 

f« i t*M •*! 

*111 ao J ftOiaa iC- «a t 

Oaacis iD' A Ssrpet -Di •• S 

MatSvat iV>. K SrMssa^ (B- •• 
a Barr >*. L BMvar 0> »a Q 


VANCOUVER ITPI — 
Archie M*<ore. light • heavy • 
weight champion of the world 
artd the Natlonai Boxing As* 
•orutum • fighter of Ihe year, 
will box a SIX round exhlbitton 
here Jaa. M 

Promotar Eaci fc^lanl said 
Monre's opponent will likely 
be either Eddie t'otton of 
.Seattle or unbeaten Terry 
Lewis of Bpnkane. Wash 

There will also be a light* 
heavywoighl dVHit hetwoen 
Tiger Wasblnginn of Ban 
Dt^o. Calif., and former 
tViroii hnxer Johnny Riggina 


Friends Ehip In 
To Ehip Him Out 


Leos ’ Big Decision 
At Tonight’s Confab 

VA.NCOI VKR — Tnnlgltra tHe night tiul mem- 
bers of the R.C. IJiMia rnnHwII club will decttle 
ubether or net lo sell the MlFl' learn lo private 
inyestor*. 

AnntuU meetinE. talkexi up In the lockl presa 
for the post few week*, likely will reject tbe offer* 
of three groups mf would-be procnolers. However, 
there's heeu much behiud-the-seeiies Inbhying to 
make sure that the Huh member* will reteia the 
rlub tm a p«blir-owwer*hip bosls. 

Owe hundred and Iblrtv-flve Hub me mb er* 
met at Marine I>rive Goff ('tub test Rnturday after- 
noon for a general discussion of the many problem* 
that fare tbe lioii*. Out of that meeting came a 
group of nine who met pre«s representntive* Mon- 
day and announced that their group wna %lgoron*l^ 
op|»Ased to any «nle. 

A spokesman snM **we feel thnt there haa 
simply not been snlflcienl time in which lo make 
an intelligent assesareent of these offer* and that 
Ihe subieH of the sale should he deferred aatil a 
fnture date.** 


HITfNIVB, Te*. lAPl— 
B. W. HlggtnhMlMm. ta. of 
Dollaa> Tea., derkleg B on da y 
ntne d u fsss shove seen 
wnsn’t Ww caW for dock 
kuntlng. 

He row s d out I* a Mind 
and walled vainly fnr dn«-ka 
Whew be decided lo return 
brnne. N look two frien d * 
and sheriffs deputies iO 


WII.P r.REA\l»(. Canadian 
middleweight rhampton. wnn 
his 12 th strsigh* fight last 
night, stopping (H*s Wond 
ward of New Vbrh In the 
eighth round of a arbeduled 
Id round bnut In Detroit . . . 
Cos g*Ani»lA. TTvanager of 
heavywMght rhamplnn Floyd 
Ps W ersoo. has been named 
(mxing's man of the year by 
tW" New York Empire State 
Boxing Managers Inc. . . . 
Clem, three time winner over 
Ronnd Table, has been 
srrstrhed tram .Saturday's 
IV) nno added Tropical Park 
Handicap he<-*(ise of s minor 
h>g Injury . . . Moose Jsw 
Csmoks. whn were left hnoye- 
less when a New Year's F\e 
storm damaged Ihe rnnf nf 
tbe Moose Jaw rink, will play 
their remaining home games 
In Weybum. Sask Mai- 

welt M. Mowal, well knassn In 
Canadian tlahlng. lacrosse and 
•ncrer ctretes died yesterday 
■I Ih* age of W. 


PRENCN COIJJCGB W1NH 
GRENOBLE. Franco 'Reu 
torsi - • Dowjilng Cotlege of 
('smbridge was beaten ll-C 
hy GrerwThle University in a 


By WaK DIM 


Rebel Rowers 
Absent Again 


TV« H«nvf 5 AKB 
ttlAEBA TOmBrif 


CnfinJimi ^Walter Il^en 


(PICS 


won tlSTl In Ihd Los Angeles *rrtp< dremer on the fairway*, amateur cbamptmvshlp twire 
Open. < works as a driving range pro* before turning pro. And he 

The chunky JTymrold la t^ton»l In Toronto. They ?"* ■" ** the 

something of a trick shot artUrt -..k-, ranks from the 

snd he likes to display hta *** •" Royal Canadian GoK Asaocla* 

pcowesa before crowds even »“* *"•" "«"y ^ **»• , tkm 

if a missed aboi coau him WJn Ing pr«fe*slon*l«. He had iwen ticketed to play 

0 f nv. "B*it I thought I'd Just take for Canade In Ih* Amerlca'a 

Nonn.n "T TT.' 

■MM hfiiiia e* ■ lee tsf to se* how Ihtnga might and had Ih* ticket In hi* 

go." aaya Moe "Never c*n pocket. To gel a little extra 

"Tbe flrxt time h* l*e* off j*^ ^ pretty gon 4 igolfer. pocket money, he aoW a lew 

from a p»*p hmile in Inuma | u,o«e shots real welL nl the dnrena of amateur golf 
ment mmprtHInn. * ssys lour If | nf,|y ' prt>e* be hsd accumulated 

ney direciac Harvey Raynor, free. The gMI ••snrtaMnn. hearing 

"he • done ' ^ touma «f this. t«oh a dim view of 

That's an Irtdlcatkm that Ihe ment in Canada laal year and the action, wrote him a teller 

PGA Isn't about to put up with as a prti* spnnanr* gave him kicking him off Ihe Amertc*'* 

voting ;^nrman • shenaplgana. flV) per week fnr Id weeks ta Cup team and *aklng him ta 


"What dn you, think I’m run- 
ning. a warehnu**^ was iH* 
reply. 

Bomethlng of a ahowoff. he 
enjoys entertaining Ihe fan* 
and 111 upaeitlng hta playing 
partner*. In a round the other 
day. he gnt a tough side hill 
lie about 70 yirds from the pin. 
He walked up to the ball, took 
a swip* at It with one hand 
and knocked it to within five 
feel nf the cup 
rinme nf the pi oftHuionala 
have taken a great di*ia*ie 
lo this typo nf performance 
po**lbly bocaua* it mahe* 
the game look inn easy. 

But then again mayb* 
Mighty Moe has the right 
.attitude He ba« fun wKU* 
[playing tha gama. 


MOE NORMAN 
• Tm pretty food' 






EMBARRASSED 
bi| itchH scalp; 


and falling hair 


usstnir 


PENTKTON (Cf »— ProfMlIy and obiir«M 
UMKuage by th^^aas Ua’t ta ba totrratfd al homa 
camaa of Pmtirloa Vn oS tba Ok«tta|caa Kraior 
Horbay Laaoa. R('MP offtren irlU attaod Vt 
boma Kama* thk waak aad will arraat aayoaa 
raajtbt luiac •bM>riia buuna«i;a. 

AMaimaa W. N. Whlm«tar. aakl tb ara waa 
aa aiiuMuit ot 6bncrtu> laaKitaaa at 

but Friday '« cama bar* aad ha bu aakad BCMP 
to aira«t offaadar*. * 


With Harry Young 


If rarollartion •arvfw me riifhl ll U just urxlar 
22 months Kim-a the Virtorta (*olI C’^oum a*a but out 
of play. Ilia anowntorm on Sunday mght put even the 
banana bait Unka out of pipy. 

Buf Ihe hold up promlnM lu hr of short duration. If the 
thaw continura it la Itkrly that ihrir wtU be a rraumpiton of 
acUvtty on irmpomry irrrna loda) 

O^plla Ihr In-1 and hard ground thrt* wtft lota. 


The National Hockey have to hr pUrtd on 
La*Hicua has moved lo and prouctiya Uat 
player tranmictlona that . 'Itth la alki« 
have hecom# a farce under «*y P‘«r^ 

the preaent waiver rule. draft. 

Clarrnrr CamphrU. the BEOAN C'iJUMKIi 


Uordle Krdahl frMn Roctvesier 
lo bolatrr tha rluh. whh'h m 
w«U MM dropping Regan, Norm 
J*hnaon. Real Chevrrftla and 
Karl Reihet. has bren hit by 
Infurhm to riem MarheU. Bob 
Armatrong, Km Flaman and 


wreker hiaving the id and enjoying ihemsrivrs Immensely. 

Indeed Ihe playing ot golf <»n fruren surfare invMivea lia 
own aparMi techniques, and although lurk may plav a larger 
part than uaual. skill also ruunra, and there Is a fine reward 
to Ihe player who thinks a problem out and then brings off 
a pretty. If unofihodoB. stuH to confound the opposiium 

At the weekeml I had one pamcntlarly pesky opponent 
who perataied in getting himself Into 'raps around the greens 
and then ualng hia putter 'TesaA wedge* and getting hittiaelf 
down regularly In two ahots. — ^ 

r>latar>ce on frozen grounda ta rmt of courae. any major 
problem although to the average player the task of getting 
tha hall into tba air properly is noi easy. 

Tire reaaon la llul wlltk,,ft^»ten turf tha ball haa to be 
picked away rJeaniy. and thia Irwvitably producea a lot of 
thin shots 

libwaver thin ahots go a long way. and as Laurie Carroll, 
the Victoria club profeauooal said, frncen conditions provide 
a much greater pinbiem f«r the krw har>dlcap plaveri than 
(hay do for tba duffer 

Maybe he la right although I imagine that sn> player 
who knowa how to play Ihe Mi Andrew# runup shut would 
not have been aartousiy Inconvenlem'ed by lha rondltlona of 
Iasi weekend. 


AREAL 
RYE WHISKY 


Campbell Mid an incraaae in 
the waiver prict was iha only 
aolutkMi to the problem. It la 
esper ied It will be imrraacd 
from (ha prasrpt $llS.0no to 
Lr>()00 

The rerent **IIergeahelmer 
deal' causad the ow-nara to 
seek a rhenga In tha ruk- 

RA.SttKB AftAIN 
Hergaahatmar. a vateran 
wingar went to Mi>ntreal from 
Naw York for the waiver 
price. Then, a week later, ha 
wa« re acquired by the Rangera 
when Montreal tried to send 
him to Rocheater of tha Amert 
can iloi kev Lcagtie New York 
then acni him to Ihrir Huffsio 
farm club In the Alll. 

“Montreal wna willing to 
apend $1.1(100 to get Jfargca- 
helnifi for Ihetr Rnt'healer 
(arm club. ‘ I’ampbel) »ald. 
but 1 / the waiver price had 
been 9«1.0II0 (hev prohahly 
wouldn't have tmiched him * 
THO ( HAMIKH 
Campbell also propoaed two 
Other changes In (be rule 
A player claimed on waivera 
would have to remain with tha 
ciuh Inr 30 days arwt a player 
claimed on waivers would 


Ij^RRY RKtlAV 
. . Toronto bound 


Rememher V hen 

Atbe Marble, alter alor- 
rkif In the «omen'a lewiiM 

wprld aa an asnnieur, made 
ber profeaalmaal temUa debut 
at New Yorb'a Madtann 
Mqnam tiarda* It years ago 
Monday aad eMtty dafralad 
Mary Hardwtrbo, then Use 
Pagdab cbamiploa. A later 
tear ioab '‘Qttmm AJk*** la 


Snrranwnto 


hf.ATTI.K “ H*Nirre« bere 
cepiMi that Tat-nma tatcreata 
nia> buy the Hwrantctib* 
MobMi* Pactrk f'aaal (.cacae 
baseball fraachtM ami oper 
ale H la the co«Mlaa seasua. 

Tar«n?M. St asib-s soctk nf 
Meatlle. daea md basa a aati- 
abtr baaebab stadMwn. a«( 
Kmll HbA. preaMent of 
fteatlb* Haialers. says Ihe 
chib i-tHiM ase *dcbs' Hta' 
dbim la we*Mle for H# bame 

gatiws. 

Widfm preabirat Kred Dastd 
says a dwialaa wtH be made 
hi the f»e\t It days wbether 
lo leave Hacramesito. The 
hisul oa wblrb Hotrms’ sta 


rrurTie Mmttb secralary of Ihe VarwvMiver Idend senior 
golferi' assrsiatlon Is now looking after tbe senior huttona 
cnmpeititon He la calling a meeting shoilly of all Interested 
^rties with a view In puttinc 'he mmtwtltlnn on a sounder 
footing 

Ai (he moment moat of the competitors aie fmtn one 
nub Cpisnds sod there is slan some feeling that more would 
be Interested If then* was some form of handicapping In use 

* * * 

The annua) piire riving ceremony will take place .aptup 
day eveniog at Ihe Victrwls r^tf Huh Chief awatd is that 
of the Hub A * champUMvahip which wsa won one# again bv 
I>T Cenrgs Bigelow. ' 

• as 

If **ie course is plsvable and all the signs are tha' It wtli 
he I piande will he the venue of the drat round of the secvmd 
it uuor medsi on Sstsidsy 

♦nrsTHl.T’'T’*‘.r •' 910 and Intending romped 

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If it rmilH hr mid Hf anv pnxluct oT tnie 
crdftsrnAn^hip that it ii known and lovpd 
ihrousihout thf^ world - - then it could surely 
be said of the (tadiiUc car. 

In fart, it is iinlikrlv that, in ail the 
recorded liisitay of ronimerrc, any other 
manuiat turrd product has ever etched itself 
go deeply in llie ptiMic allet tion. 

And we feel (onfident that the be.iiitiful 
motor car that bean the Cadillac name for 
1959 will deepen this sentiment to a still 
greater degree. 

For this newest Cadillac creatioo U far 


finer in all the things that have made 
Cadillac so worthy of respect and 
admiration. 

Its diviinctivT heaiitv, for example, is 
infinitely more graceful and enrhanting>> 
with a majeviy of line and a hneness of 
form never before wninckvrd on the world’s 
highways. 

Its crleljraied Fleetwood luxury will win 
international favor as nciTr before— with 
appointments and fabrics that are 
unbelievably beautiful. 

And ill performance vdll quickly alter 


the bforld's concept of how an automobile 
should drive and handle— with a smooth* 
ness, an alertness, and an ease nf handling 
that put a new measure of magic into every 
mile it travels. 

So if you count a Cadillac among your 
dreams, you ought to investigate these new 
Cadillac virtues without delay. 

In fact, the car’s unprecedented arrep- 
tanre has made it doubly important that 
you place your order at the earliest 
possible moment Your dealer will be wail- 
ing to welcome you. 


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Day Wednesday 

Downtown ’til 


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Sale of Office Equipment and Reconditioned Typewriters 


Look for 
This Label 

It U your guide to 
grrat savings all dur« 
ing January. In evrry 
department, every day 
in January, watch for 
the Red Labebi . . . 
for extra apetHal sav> 
inga. 

EATONS 

ftr 

fttd UM Specials 

Dirtai{ Jaanary 


TO GIVE GOOD SERVICE- 

RECONDITIONED TYPEWRITERS 

Fully Guarautuud for Quo Yaar 


4P4 wriii-m iftp 

I Personal File Boxes 


To hold dnt^M*nl.«. letlem, all the pa(>ers you want to 
keep "at your fincwtipM'* . . . this heavy « 
gauge metal file box, Jumbo »\u‘ (approx wv 
I2'-xl0xl0). Se^nire claap and lock. Com- 
plete with file Index Red lAbe) MpecMi. each ■ 


Underwood. Royal and 5^ith 
Corona typewriter* recondi- 
UonH to give excellent service. 
Worn parts have been re- 
placed. sound parts 
checked. Here is the op- 
portunity you’ve wanted — 
buy fine machines at low 
prices. Red Label Special, 
each 


64“t.l29 


File Cabinet 


Kotir-drawcr style legal «/e file cabinet of heavy 
gauge steel auitable for home or offa*e. ^ 

Tr* depth drawer*. Approx, use of ^ 9d 
cabinet, .51'' high. 17’* wide. 26" long. m Aa 
R ed lAbel Hftecial, each ■ ■ 

Typewriter Table 

Twcwtrawer typewnter table of ail-mela) with handy 
lower xhelf Top about M"x.l2" tattle ^ ^ qj- 

'J»"' high. In miat g reen or grey enamel % n 510 
finhh I iX 

Red l.aM Mpurial. each ■ ■ 

XATON'W— HtoUMtivr. XiAlti na«r. riMMr KV MHt 


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Specials 


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EATON'S 

JANUARY 


Silfurwaru Chush, 20% OH 

Tp* Weep -Uvef fieeming •nd tree of ianu»h and 
•iTaIrhe* bii\ M%e on a Ww^l> ulWerware 
cheot. lined anil urm*h fel» HoWu m. to 
inii piore* In mabog»P> Of walnut A 
Regularly £1 | 3 

t otlnrk WperlaL eo.-h ^ 

KATON'M-^fUlverware. MalB flunc 

Rayou Paael Gurlaiut 

Lovely and etrBani !=r*-jnf rayon pastel* K»ir* 
wide ar* arid poj»iUr length. *1" »nal^* them 
adaptable tor fcixlmoma. living rwm» 4 AA 
dlnlne room* In white only I MM 

t •'CM RpiviaL each laiew 


1.99 


ILhTON’ 


-neaaerte«. He r imd PYaHf. 

Fwrati h laca SolMiaC 


Haaky Jmis 

RaperiaRy good wearing (nr the huahytmiR 
bo>’. iSoa. aanfortied denim lean* ''hop earh , 
■ate on theae tturdy kmgwcartni A AO 
denima Hu»kT »tae« A to 1* # I X 

t oNMi HperUL pair aialfc 

MTOXT* rnm y m' Wear. Third Kliwe 


Far SaHtr Hails 


Exea In hfuatery. r«ld weather your handa run 
he Bon aral feminine Buy llapp> tiarvW tMnd 
neam with tanOllne Reg-.c=r1v OC.a 

Cot bottle /Mg 

t oTWh Hpertal. eofh fcW 

FJIT05C1I rhanwory lifiOled. Wala Ftear 


La«y Slips 


A dHighttuI addiikm to your hftgerte collertlon 
. . acetate and nylon wp with amart etraight 
•ktn. lare trtmrrwa iw 


Adjustable «trapa tn white only 
Star# a to 42 4 oX'hirfc Apn-lal. 


un i^p with amart etraight 
hem and yohe. AA^ 


Here* your ance-A-yepr chance for aurh enormoita aavinga on llnena lor ynur home, for gtftA ^ 
Shop EATON'S Bargain Raaement dtinng the big January' WTiite Sale . . . arvl n\e on aheel«. ^ 
plUo* caaea. towels, blankets ... all the hnen cloaet suppliea you need. ^ 

High Quality y 

^ j Wabasso Sheets and Pillow Cases ^ 

If wcdding-gift linen is showing signs of wear, and you ^ 
V e long for that fresh, luxurious feci of elegant new linen ^ 

... then you’re in luck! Wabasso sheets ^ 

\ * of firmly woven, snowy white cotlrm with JH ^ ^ 

^ ' L’ plain hems are sellmg at a fraction of ^ 

regular price. In three sizes, cello- / J ^ 

^jf^y wrapped in pairs. Size 63x100 ^ 

y V White Sale Sfieoial. pair | ^ 


7»\I00. 

pair 


81x100. 

pair 




Matcliiai Wabasso Casas 

Complete the stock of bed linen with lovely WalM'.-io 
pllkTw i-sw-* Hlilte Hale Special, pair 


rj4TON' 


trh 99c j ^ Homespun Bedspreads 


Woatbarstriepiag . 

A tlnw4y buy h» ihw weafher»ninf4r*f ta twin 
keep heat tn. mid nut and fuH biita AAa 
denm J-pwm art pf fn»m rub MM A 

bar on wood t a*Oarb ap^rial. •rt br V V 
rHTO*>nt HartNaf. Iww»r Ylala Fboir 


T1>e evnr-popular homespun fabrics can add 
a spertal attractiveness to your hedmom. 
Ovxwe aevYTal bright Jacquard cotton aprearta 
in blue, green, map nr niai . . AA 

make one into matching drapes. M 
Sizes 72"xl04" nr W’xlOl''. « j 

White Hale Hpeciat. eatit M# 


* EATON'S Invites You to Dine 
in the 

Victoria Room. 

FIn)oy a tamih dir.:, r tn thf> rharmtng wir 
rtiundincs of F'.ATON'S VW*tona Room. 
lent rulaine mutleou* aervlce and relaxed at- 
maaphera blend to make your vi«lt one to be 
repeated. mrved trom 5 to 7.XI pm. 

Friday e\*enlrift 

f.ATtlN'^-iVaarla Brawn. Fiiarth Pianr. 

rtMWw ts *7141 


Ss 

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Kitchen Terry Towels 


Handy towel*, aoft and aba o fbewt terry ^ 

doth of iT)uttt atrtuea on white tSx.w ■AEA 
HbHe Sale MperW. earh ■ ■ 

Large Tea Towels 

SlorX up your own linen rkwet. buv 
*e\ enil for friend* . . cl»iaely wuvr*. « 

rotton tea towel* in white with multi /I 
mlour BiriiM and bmdefs '<Qs.T2 AA EV 

MlUie Hole Mperlal. each ■ 

KAjmN-H — Baegala Banemi at. Phone KV t-7UI 


Terry Towels 

Altmcllvc and pradlcal for kti- 
chen or bathmnm are anft. ahnorti- 
ent terry toweU in plain (ULXfel 
shades or open check* 
on while. Sizes 2ltx40. M 
White Hale Hpectel, AU* 

each “ W 


Attractive Blankets Bath Mat Sets 


Rayon Mtin bmmd blnnketa of ny- 
lon and viacoae in double bed si/e 
come in your t'boire of blue, irate, 
green, yellow or red. 

A good buy M QQ 

White Hale HpecUI. 
earh ^ 


MuJti<eok)red chtmillr mat with 
matching aeat cover tn pink. roM*. 
yellow, green, aqua, blue, aandal- 
wotid. beige, charcoal or 
white Mat IRx'H) ig CQ 

White Hale Hperiml, | 



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Special January Clearance of “Domestic” Sewing Machines 

KATTTN'S offert you ^veclal January aavlnga on a llmtled quantity of the finest fVimesllc aewing marhinea. Shop j“ i 

earlv for your choice of floor mpdels and demonstnitor machines at greatly reduced prices. I R#C9Rf itlOIISi I 


d«.h<i. itr«.ki. ] (.-r-Qe 

F<M-ward and reverse wmr q8*99 99«9w 

OmmII* M*M -- Qj. 

Forward and rever-v «ew I38«99 

Oawactta Zl(*2*c AvtatBaft* 

Portable, doea butionholea. 4#a AC 1 9Q QC 

embratdary. evenaating 108.O9 I 

DtaatHa Zlc-Zhg 

Aataaiatlc (mmIc 239.96169*95 

Dawactid Fatly Aataaiatia i 

Fartakla j | 

Dnxens of hmey stitrtie*. mm— 

b.,M«nh»W bl.nd 1 59.95 


Danastia Fatty Aatt»atia 
Baatalc 

Walnut or Mond f1ni«h 

OaaMtia Fally Aata«atta 
Da0( MaAal 

With aewing *t>iol 

Dawaitfa Fatly Aatawatia 

FartakU I 

Twtn Needle, doea fanry nlltrh' 
buttonhole*, monoframa. dmihte' 
needle wnrh. overrxatliif and 
blind hemming 


279.95 199.95 
389.96 289.95 


needle wnrh. overrxatmf and 1 OA OC 

blind hemming 299.95 19*I.99 

DawfcHa Fatly Aitaaiatia 

Tin. NtUU DmH MMN 429,95 *9* oc 

Walniu or hloiwl hr.i^. 5 E 5 I *99 

KATPyw tWwhta MarMae*. TMrd Klaar. PtMwe Ki *7141 


Racaaditiaaef aaf 

GaaraatteJ 


Um 4 Maekiaat 

H«agrr Trradle 

9.95 

HlngPf Treedlr 

10.95 

HlOle Trvadlii 

14.95 

W hMe Treadle 

16.95 

Iknmea4lr Treadle 

19.95 

Irir rawwale Model 

44.95 

Ihimralkr i tiaanir 
•ClertrV- 

79.95 

1 a TreMlle MarMwea. well. | 

bnnwa fttabe*. 
fAth 

11.95 


EATON'S 


Store Hours; 9 o m to 5 30 p.m. daily. 9 o.m to 9 p.m. Fridoy. 
Telephone EV 2*7141 or Toll-Free Zenith 6100." 


<^T. EATONC® 

- CANADA MFuai 










CLASSIHED 


No. 21— lOUl YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, H EHNESUAY, JANUARY 7, 19.S9 


SECOND NEM S SEITION 


Mouldiiifi, Millimrk 


No Fatalities 


Drivers 
Take 
A Bow! 


Asked 


New l.icence Plates 


PUn« for a aaveral hun- 
djTd thoiiaand dollar 
moulding and miliwork 

t nt at Langford on Jack- 
Road wera announocd 
last night by Pater 
Brotharston. praaident of 
• Van-lala Moulding and Mill- 
work Ltd. 

Hr Mid (hr plaet would fiso 
much nrodrd ttrady employ- 
mmt to TO poridna immo- 
dutrly and rvrmuaily would 
pruvWr Btrody jobo for 900 
poraona. 

NO BSMTKMTIONa 
Tho plan w eontincani on 
having tha propmy aontd by 
I hr provincial rrgionai plan 
I nmg board aa an Induamal 
IraguUird area. Although Ihrro 
are no building rastnniona or 
I voning in Langford now Mr 
-Brnthrr»ton «ald hr wlahra ihr 
^arra mnrd (or manuraeiuilng 
mo ihnr will br nothing to 
aiop (uiuro rapanaum 
Zoning could rroair a new 
badly nrrdrd hKluaiiial area 
for Grrairr Virtprta buainraa 
rapanaion. 

Kl'proKT pmoMiMco 
T R. Edwarda, chairman o( 
t h r induatnaJ drvolopnumt 
group of the C'olwood and 
LHainct Chamber of Com- 
tnrn'e aaid hla group will aup 
port the soning plan and the 
plana to bring Induatry lo 


New licence plaiea are now on uto and may be 
plaidd on vehiclea. There m no urgwicy yet. but 
motonalt on (he highway without (hem after mid- 
night F'eb. 28 are liable for proaerutton. Making 
sure to get their g early are Mm. Robert Juulaen, 
2930 (Ju'Appelle, left, and Mm. F^lward Hayward. 
Motor vehk'les branch officials expect registratlont 
this year to reach a new high of. 5JO.OOO.— 
(Cokmisl photo.l 


Motor .Vmicia Branch off< 
Mata had a pat on the back 
(cr year -end motortaia yeaicf 
day 

There ware na (ataj aoci 
denta from Oat M to th* end 
af the ’ year, which deputy 
aupermtendent Ray Hadheld 
termed “a very commendable 
Mtaation ~ 

Final faiaitty (Igura for 
IflSa waa 3B>. far behna the 

record of Sli. 

The motor vehicle branch 
reported that car reglatrationa 
pa«aed the Wl.noo mark in 
B.C. m Ctecemher and now 
atanda ai S00..W It la expert 
ed there wiU be Uh.onn regi« 
lered vehiclea on RC high 
waya by, the and of thta year 


Little Chance for Victoria 


WALT HARRIS 


Big Bale of Cash 
—Or No Games 


\n ‘Old Master’ Is It? 


So (hia.la an “old mxater*’ muse* Bruce 5xanxon. 13. 
of 1.’t14 nallax Rond, as he looks mer Van Dyrk'l 
oil portrait of Charles I. painting Is one of fahuioua 
rnllertlon — Insured for S.'ipO.OOO— of old mastem 
w^irh began three-week dLHfOay yesterday at 
( treater Victoria Art fUllery. Bruce, Central 
Junior High student, said he and hU chump at- 
tended show at urging of art teacher. — (Colpniit 
photo.l 


rnleaa some getod (siiy “I don't know where the 
comet skmg with a big bundle money would come from.* 
of caah. Vtrtofla'a rhancea of aald Mr McKinnon a three- 
get ting the Pan American time roach of Canadian Otym 
Garnet are aa uuf at thia wnmM pu* teams and winner af many 
as a three minute mile apurta awards 

That was the rearllMn yee “|t would •■uai hundreds af 
terday of one of Canada's mui- thousands." he said **fnr the 
standing spurta figures Archie newr facilities required 
McKinnon of VIrtoiia. to the "A-atadlum. seating perhapa 
newa that the city has been Ph.nno. would cerlalnly he 
Invited to make a bid (or the needed an would a new regu 
boat-city )nb m IMS. latkm awimmlng pnot. to my 


nothing of s special vlUage to 
home all the competing ath- 
letea ' 

Another piuxior, in addition 
to where the gamea are to be' 
held, abaerved Mr. McKinnon. 
HI the mattse of accommoda 
tkifi lor the thouaands of apec. 
totori who wouM fkx-fc lo the 
Mty. 

"Mliere w o a 1 d we out 
themT" he aalsert ‘^Thiy^amn 
haa pMmy la da wtmpmamm 
hwt to handle J|w_^Uri8U '« 

The city waa Ineitad yeasec 
day to put m Ita bid along with 
all other Canadian cttiea by 
the Pao-Amefican t^amea for 
Canada committee of the 
Canadian IHymptc /aaoctotion. 

Mayor P erc y Scurrah Indl- 
rated he would Inquire hn me- 
et lately Into aorommodatkMi re- 
quiremenia for the games 
which svouM bring 2.000 con- 
testanta, coaches and offlctalt 
aliine to the Mt>. 

He also inienda to expk»re 
the pnwperls of Vkiorta being 
able to ,fufnn rTw rsqulre 
ments 

The Pan Amertcan Oamea 
will be held thia year Hi Chi- 
cago. Aug 27 to .Sept. 7, with 
moot of tho nationa of North , 
and South Amarica repro- 
senled. 

Tha boat nty will haeo to 
offbr aultoMe lartUtlm tor 
boaebalL basket be IL cycling, 
aqtMotrian sporta, fencing, aoc- , 
cer. gymnaatlea. ahoottng, ; 
crom country racing, swim- 
ming. water polo, tennle, vel- 
leyball. wrestling, weight tin 
ing. arrhery and yacht-iacfkg. 

Mr McKinnon wanted it 
made rlear that he Isn't 
againal the Idea af the gamea 
coming here 

“t)Dn'l get me wrong he 
mid "The gamea would be ter- 
rific to have In Victoria but 
how could wre ever provide , 
the factlltlea unlem some good ; 
fairy like the provUtrlal gov- 
ernment came acroea with the 
mahT" 


Back to ISormal 


™ ^ aliracted" he aald. "Any 

The wtfe of the mavor la industry wGhlng to locate in 

,n6 <k-r t h.v. iwk-ir I- ni« Fion ,h, •« S^inirh Purrhatr .S,„,n 

get provincial government ap 
proval first 

PfBIJl MKRTINU • O I 

Offiriala af the^iegtonal Kinf XnAll 

planning hoard aald yoaierday MW m cL Lj > 
a public meeting wrlll be heM ^ 

before any retnntng le under 

taken Pll 0-* 

Last attempt to bring regu I gw 1 

laiions to Langford was I 1^11^ > j I I 

strongly ptotesied b> real %> M 

itenia, but M was more of an 

attempt to bring in regulailona PUinn lor a mutti-miliiofl 


to be appointed and Port Arthur H« 

That opinion came yesterday ' Rlrhar 

Hz ‘L h-rrm^n, . .M I, 

cheeter. Philip & Dingle, in a 

letter to the Victoria Chamber •***t'^ P*P^ «" 
af Commerce It coincided Colonut route ... A 
with the views of several al- painting In her apart 
dermen. expretiaed recently in HhTpawsfci he 

reply to auggesnona that Mra ^ . 

Perry B Scurrah be made 

mayoreaa f wlhbert bringing w 

A mayorem Mr Dingle Mid. cream la a customer 
waa net appointed under any 
apecul act, but >merely as 
m mee the style of mayoress 
from the time her mayor la shovelled mow from 

elected to hla office " hla aidewalka on Monday. 


VictoTM't mercuridl ueather pulled • fa«t or>p 
again yealeniay and put the sieatherman'i nose a bit 
out o( joint but ever>one else it quite delighted ivith 
the balmy outcome 

, . I ^ ^ and driving was ’•fair" In tba 

Inataad at mure smm whi* h . * . . . 

waa piedhted f«r yesterday. ' a, 7 Sli’MP remned 

Vbiorlans awoke to find the 
Mrerta wet and reaaonably 

navigable «id the white atuff S 

last dlmppeanng highway jrewa m nded th a 

_ " area beforo any arddenta 

The Midden change of poce oreurrsd 

came aa no parllcuiar sur- 

prise to weatherman Wllhacn 

Markle. who said at the time ^ ^ • 

of the mow (orecaat that the W I I 

sreather forces presented a J|| 

"nip and tuck aiiuatlon. typt k-/RlVF we A.UAA 
cal of Vlriorta ' 

Ite pointed out that thia 1 * 

area Is a anri of battleground I lOlfflC 
fof the Arrth- air mamea and X^MCRbIIIO 
the milder Pacific masses 

The bouore ha«k lo fairly A g. L. 

normal weather hrmight sighs I\ 
of relief (mm street work i mil" 1^1 IV'l. 
crews bua drivers motorists, 

January sale conarious mer Vtciona dmtha ham 

rhanis prartlcaJty everyone. ^ aimbuied to tha 

recent four Inch snowfall bars 
Slush and puddles of water , iMith of elderly men who cal- 
provided a minor nulaame, lapsed Monday after ahovelllng 
partiiNilarly In the downtown anow at their hamea 
area All main streets and mitred Wll- 

moet side streets were hi fo.wt 7$ of 1217 LyaU Sftmt. 

shape bv late yesterday with O 70. of 

work crews removing anow Vancouver .Street, 

and clearing drains willUma. a formar 

M«wt pul out of all were member of the Klng‘1 Royal 
the yming fo»t whose field Rifles, mrved In Afrk*. IndU 
day of anowballmg and sleigh- md the Plrat World War. 
riding waa cut short b> ihe Mr Carroll, formerly of 
rain and milder temperaturea. Casaldy and Nanalma, had ra- 
The mercury will maintain tided hero the past 12 yaara- 

tta upheat. afvcrdlng to the 

svealher offke reaching 40 

degrees today and around I , 

freerlng nvemtghi Today may I l||*k |^|T| 5I | 
also bring lain mixed with ■-'ipiVIIICH. 
snrm * 

Moudav's ovetrtighr low nf W I 

Si above made Viiinria ('an I 
adn's warmest spot. 

t’p Island travel ronilltkina 
were also returning tn normal np ■ 

The Malahat was reported I ^ I Ik #m <1 
clear, some roads were stilt M. \F vFilClIicl 
sHppery In the Duntan area. 


Pawvett trying to figure out 
Ihe Klentlly of the Good Samar- reatriclug aiut home 

building rather than aoning to 
attract induatry 

NEW INDi'llTET 
Herbert Bruch, IfLA for the 
dlamct. haa been working for 
•ome tMno to attract now indua- 
liy to the aroo. and the pro- 
poaed new plant haa ocruplod 
a great deal of hia time. 

"It la an apportunity Lang 
ford and the rhamb^ have 
sought for a long time ' he 
Mtd last night "The area 
needs Industrial dm-elopment 
and small induatrles " 

roc R Ac'Bpyi 
The moulding plant would 
be located on about (our acrea 
on Jarklln Rood betide Ihe 
euating Rock Gaa plani and 
ad]ac«nl to tho E A N Railway. 
The property wrould be leased 
(mm the 

It la thought likely that 
when roning ia conaldered a 
larger area along the raihagy 
Une will be studied for Indfts- 
trlal eonlng to that other light 
indusifies may locate there. 

m MEN 

Van Ule Moulding and Mill 
work Lid now haa a plant at 
Elk Lake employing 40 men 
Mr Brotharston said It lo 
necessary to expand bacausr 
of a big Increoaa ht export 
business. 

The hrvn sperlalltes In 
mouktlnga and finish tperified 
lumber materials for re-manu 
(act tiring 

Mr FXwsrda aald tha cham- 
ber of cofTtmerre "la solisfied 


Neifridmrs 
PUeh In 


Dreitging probably will be- 
gin neat week for the new 
EVO.OOO federal government 
ferry wharf at Sidney, an of 
flctal af Padftr Plledrlvlng Co 
Lid aald yasterdav. 

The wharf la lo be bulk b> 
the government lor )o(nt um 
by the Washington .State Fer- 


Swedish Minelayer 
To Arrive Tomorrow 


Swedish minelayer Iraining 
ship AIvsnabhen. which was 
threatened by lOVmUe-on hour 
winds on the Callfomta coast, 
will arrive here on lime at IQ 
a.m. tomorrow 
The norm, which caunetfEan 
Fraixiaco port authorltlea in 
refuse to allow some ahipa to 


leave, blew Itself out and 
allowed the Atvsnabben to 
leave T u esd a y 

The ship will remain at 
Cequimaii hartmr three days, 
then leave (or Vancouver. 
During Ma stay here there will 
be several rereptlona for 
Invited gueota 


Pet Dog, Cat Guard 
Body of Mistress 


Kenneth Wardropar. a 
former Duncan man and oon- 
intew of AM. Mrs. Uly WU- 
son. haa been lent by (ho 
('anadlan government to th# 
Ghana government (or six 
months to help set up a h>ratgn 
r^rvlue. Mrs W'llaon learned 
yt^»erday. 

Ml Wardmpei who enJsB 
a leim as f'snsrPsn corwol In 
Laa Angeles tost year. wUl 
leav* for Ghana at tha and 
af January. 


Owner Sought 
Of Small Boat 


The Red Cron blood bank 
yesterday fell abort of Ms 
29(Vpint obfectlve. 

Only IK VkSorlana donated 
blood on (he first day of the 
Mrwday monthly Mo^ clinic 
al Red Croaa House. Mrs. 
Violet Thistle, sscretary of the 
blood doner panel aald 
"We are hoping for douhle 
that tomorrow * the said *Tha 
need la vory argenL" 


Mrs. Thlatla ur^ed that 
every o ne with Rh negative 
blood give a pint O negattve 
• which can be glvon to per 
aorta with any type negative 
blood la moot In demand 
Red Croaa House. llMg Fort, 
will be open today from IJO 
pm to 4J0 pm and from 7 
p.m to Ui p.m. 

Tom o rrow fha cltnle wfB 
move I# Victoria CoUego 


Tke body of Mrs. Bessie G. after he had hsen aummoned 
Randall. W. Queens Avenue. * by public hsalih noret Mra. 
Sidney, waa found In the kit- D C fink, who had been 
Chen of her home with her attending the elderly woman- 
peta a mongrel dog and Mrs. FTok called for police 
oat. atanding ’guard" police after she (ailed to get an 
reported Tveaday. ' answer when she went to aee 

RCMP Const. Roger Poet the elderly patient, 
forced hla way into tho house. Mra. Randall waa bom In 
wheca Mrs Randall 1 1 v a d 1 .Saint John. N B 5Uw was In 
alona, by breaking a wditdow Whilehoraa during tha Klon- 


dike gold rush and had Head 
It Barkervllls where her hus 
band, the late Georg# RandoU, 
waa government agent 
During the First WorM War. 
Mra. Randall waa In the am- 
bulance corps In France 
She moved to .Sidney tram 
Sait Spring Island several 
yaara aga. Her naarast known 
rolativ## ara In Ottawa. 


City police verlerday were 
seeking the owner of a 14 foot 
carvel oonatrurtkm boat found 
drifting In the (mwr Haihor 
The husl Was srrtirerl by f*0 
Fred Breckon of HMCS Mala 
hat. who reported It to police 
early yesterday morning. 

The boat, palmed white with 
red (rim. has no number and 
no aarkseka. 


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HAV'AJs’A, Cubs (API — ! will rule Cubs by derrrr (or 
The revolutionary govem> at least 18 months, after 
ment diaM>lved Concrrsa which new eleetinfu are 
Tuesday a^ announced It planned. 

^ The^ovemrosm suNtenck^t 

'W'\/ sU I'rtmiiiai rsuns. letarOed 

M W as • symbol or rtie ralkn Ful* 


Death of City Sailor 
Homicide, Say» Coroner 


A80tf 

ffCtmi 


WASHINGTON (UPII — 
wlet Premier Nikita 


talk with Sen. Hubert Hum- 
phrey, told how he laid a 
propaganda trap for Presi- 
dent C I s e n hower who 
"walked light Into It.* It 
was disclosed yesterday. 

Humplirey, In a m«t«xli>e 
anicle abnat his ^ghi hour 
talk with th« 5tovWt boas, also 
related that Khrushciiev rw 
)e<ied "the very coca of Marx 
lat theory " 

Khrushchev said hta propa- 
ganda vtrtory catne last July 
when the president retected 
ItussU's request (or rredllt to 
flnanoe pur^aae* of goods In 
the VA 

Khrushchev related that 
*VS. propaganda had bam 
telling the Soviet people how 
badly off they were and Kow 
aerry Aawiicans O'er* for 
them " Ha "Just got fired of 
It." ao he wrroie Clamhowee 
requeatlng the credits and was 
"delighted" wrhgn the presi- 
dent rejected the request 

Y(H' WIWK rooijl 

"You helped me." Khrush 
chev told Humphrey. •.-.u 
showed my peof^ that 
did not really rare ahout (hmt 
You walked right Into II You 
were trupM. you were fools ’ 

Humphrey said Khrushchev 
rejected **tho very core of 
Mandat theory" In discussing , 
Ked ChIfM t commune syetem 

Khrushchev called the ays- 
tvm ^ald fashioned and rw 
actionary" and 




I • young 

snllor In a KItnIlano hnarmenf snitn wu homickle 
due U a stab wound la Ibe hark. 

JaHum A. Brown. tS. of HMC'H \aden, 
Kiiqulnialt. was found stabbed .Saturday. 

Terrence William O'tirady, It. charged with 
murder, sat quietly bmide a (laUcemaa during (he 
10-ttiinuta, hearing. 

A doctor aald he fonnd a wound flvo Inches 
deep la the ■ottor's hock. 


wh all polUu-al partiaa. 

The provisional rrghne also 
dismissed all provincial gov 
einotx. mayors and council 
rDeoiherw. 

Mtynr. dhtmoji 
O ther decreaa will ban all 
candMates tmihe 19M and 
elections (roca Cuba's polillral 
life, (rerre private hank ar- 
counl* of all Hatlsto offU'lala 
and slop cashing of all out 
standing rhsqum against ihe 
Ballsia regime. 

Revoluiionary cvMjrts were 
leporicd being prepared to try 
Bsiiftta. now Ut eyile 
Pimtalonai Freakleni .Man 
uel I'rrutU aat ahnosi mniin 
uouai\ wllh his nee rablnet. 

CAhTKO riAilM O.K 

ImuaJ policies of the new 
government were bamg shaped 
■s nori Castro, the rebel 
leader who aheved Urrutia to 
power a 1 1 1 1 was plodding 
through adoiing throngs from 
the aual ]| was doubtful he 
%vnuld resiit Havana today as 
planned. 

Loss of politkal righls 
woiiM apply lo former presi 
dent Ramon Gtau San Martin ceremonibl 
hOT TUlHTU* ^ 

Di«.lut»o polmr.|,p.r 
ties would ailed former prase ®"; 

dem Cartoa Prlo SlocarTos. who ^ 
made common cause with the V"*' 


Talks ^ 
Renewed 




MONTKCAL iCPi — CBC 
president Alphonse O u I m e I 
arrtved Tuesday to leopen 
talks on a Unor dispute that 
has d I • r u p I a d the world's 
largest French language TV 
production oenire for eight 
daya 

Meanwhile, 1X» CBC em 
pkiyeev voted unanimowsty to 
ker^ Oft honortng picket Rnea 
of 74 striking produrers. 


Hero Arrives 
To Boss PPCLI 


rminn will baiik In aho\*e-i>orTn&l 
temperatum whild moaf of eastern 
('anada stayi under the present freez- 
ing entd spelL 


West is warm and east is cold — thal's 
the general outlook for the next three 
weeks from the U S. weather bureau 
In Canada. BC. and a bit ol the 


I-* Jsmaa C. Allan c*ol. Allan was horn Ui Me* 

D8U. MBE. 4S. who auccess Lend, Alia, and atfandrd Iweth* 
(wily M a company of Sea bndga CoDeglsle and Ihe Pro- 
forth Highlanders during llw^vlndal Inalltuta af Tbchnolngy 


Vicious Gale Hits 
Icy East Coast 


WASnOS l( P)<>%erwou 
a-amuH I mphrey, t&. (nr 
aserly o( \ Irlorla. wm www 
mlHag (nr trial tm a charg* 
Hi armed robbery TweWay 
fallow tag preUmbuu-y bear 
lag la pog^ cwuri here, 
f m pb r ey. wba elerWd trial 
* by Juo. wos apprvbewded al 
tbe wsat coaok ref ra»d 
here aad rkarged la MUwae- 


rebrls bail 


(mated by Castro. 

The peraons named by the 
rebels to take charge of new s 
papers immediately after the 
revolution were withdrsvhi 
The government said R wanted 
nothing to interfere with s 
free pre«R 


not nearly so 
good as the kiate farms and 
the collec tive farms " in Russia. 


LANi^xTIdLO Germany truck was loading the bomb 
t Reuters’ Residents nf this Juit below ihe town for the 
small Orman vtUage saM trip to a aleimditlan camp, 
prsvers of ihanksgivutg 'mI where It will be destroyed, 
church Thursday and 

•hen lr.-;;*r«! fheir dellvci ' 

«• lorsi inns sfier a sivton 
wsrtline twvniA was defuaed 
«nd iru'ked aws). 

An RAF bomb wperi and a 
German fireman eased three 
fuses from the homb as vi) 
lagers buddle<l in crlhirs i<r 
walled ootside the danger 


r/w Courtroom Parotid 


Henr Admiral Dyer 


Three men who rrsshed into 
parkeaj cats on Cook Street on 
diflenmi days and s fourth 
who crashed into the rwir nf 
a car stopped at ■ red light on 
Cook Street were flrv * a total 
of S140 In city police court 
yaaterday 

City pmaeruior T P 
O'Crady lokt Magistrate Henry 
Hall the collisions caused a 
total of gl4on damage ta care 
Involved In tha accidents 

Fines totsflmg 123(1 were Im- 
posed on right persons during 
the court tming iTiarges 
agsinct two other persona were 
dl«misaed. 

J.din W. C .‘?hea RCN, sd 
tnii'ed a charge nf careless 
driving. He was fined ill and 
hta llcenre was suspended 

Mr O Grady told Msr'*iis>e 
Hall that SVa wba driving 
bkmg Cook -vtreei Dec 30 ar>d 
Was in collision with a car 
parkad on the side ol the rood. 

Rhea told police an ottroming 
car's hsadlights hod blinded 
him 

About tl.n(M damage was 
cauoed (o tha parkad car ond 
Rhaa s vahkla euffered aome 
tS(lO damage. Mr. CTGrsdy Mid 


Ferguonn told Magisirair Yukon. It was. still cold 
Hall that «t the time of 1h# lemperalures ranging to 

collision he was blinded bv the ^ defre»w he|«w 

lights of an oncoming vehicle. 

Mrs Cbtherine JeweR of 
Kllhrtde. NfM. walked seven 
Michael Tvl''^r. H44 Oscar, miks fhmugh deep drifts and 
was fined S35 and his driving hlgti winds to give birth to a 
licence suspended on another seven pound, iwooum-e baby 
aimtlar charge, also ariati<g out a i an air base hospltaL With 
of an incident on Cook -Kireei her woa her navy husband, 
when he struck a parked cat Charlaa. of Indlanapolla litd 
Mr (YGrady tnld tha rourt In I'K a dorrmiory at 
Taylor wu driving ak^ng Cook Syracuse University burned. f>uaaooklorf 
f^lreet Dec 18 when his car killing seven student airmen, 
veered over to the wrong side 
of the road snd hn a parked 
• sr 

Tn polire Taylor explained 
he wss uking nut his cipareta 
sod Nghimg one snd kst om 
•fnl of the vehicle (Vvmsge 
tf ‘-'V ig «nm« $ino was rsusad 
to botlt vehicle* tn the m||is}on 


biggest urwtpMM bomb 
(•••!■-.•: m West i.^many siikw 
(he war. II was dropped by the 
RAF In a 1H4 raid snd lav 
undlacovered behind the Sorpe 
dam until the reservoir was 
drained for clea^'r^g 
After the 8(1 rr.r :ie defusing 
operator. Ht Ll. James 
W'aterx. shouted that all was 
well 

Waters and W'alter Mlt/ke, 
fireman, un- 
screwed the first fuse by re 
mote control from behind the 
dam wall and the niher two 
b) hand. 

The fuse ahamhers were full 
A unitiKl service of prsyef .f water and two striking dins 
and fellowship will b* held in h*d penetiated the detonators 
John t Angb in Chur* h si mu had failed to expt-i* Tn 
S t*»mfht ifi^ oiher chamhet acid had 

The service under the au» failed to reach rrilulmd hold 
pues nf Ihe Vhiorla Mi .t mg hack the ftriiig pin 
terial A-*^“isnnn is held to W'lihin a few mmuies of ihe 
mark ti.e Urlvr;sal Week of «n clear villsgerv 630 nf 
Ptsyer whtvm had been evacuated. 


NEW SPRING COURSES 


laMita s«huhert nna pori 
.Rireet pleaded guUtv tiv rare 
leM driving. He was fined P3 
snd his iurnce was suspended 
Mr O Grady aald .Schuherl 
was driving along Cook Siraet 
Dar 6 whan ha hit th# rear 
and of a car which bod stopped 
at tha traffic lights at Yates 
.Street. .Some |TM) damage was 
caus ed lo Schubert's ear and 
km to the other vehicle 


Polio Total Plummets 
Vaccine Wins Credit 


WORKSHOP IN MORE EFFECTIVE READIN6 

WWrwl M risaS W rvssw. OOS «CS«»aea>, OpifUHW. 

MUSIC AND RHYTHMS Ur tha PRE-SCHOOL CHILD 

lM*rs*«wi Or U»v« SS^. C*aw> W Sa.nWis. 
rw«ww*f w wnws <a*vwsw 

LIVIHR ROOM LEARHma 

SVSy.ail M iaii e*w**aw W is* tw*»*l SM« m MWvr 


Norman Ferguson. lOlb Ken 
neth. was also fined gW for a 
similar offence Mi= liceoce was 
restricted in buMh^ss use only 
f'»r « moo Hi 

Mr (ftarady told the eowi i 
Ferguson wss driving on t'nnk 
Ktreel Dec. lA when he struck 
Ihe rear of a ear parked at the 
ride of the etreet. pushing i( 
forward Into the rear of so 
other car parked In front of ii. 
Ferguaon did not stop after the 
aci'ideni Mr O'Gradv Mtd 

Questioned next day. Feigu 
BOO told polwe he had fed a 
Ihud at the lime but did not 
realiae he had stntck another 
vehicie (himage totalling 87!S0 
was caused to the three cars, 
Mr. O'Grady s«kI 


A charge of impaired driving 
against .H R Halion. 36.10 MIb- 
hens L’iose was dtaenissed by 
Maftstrsie H«|! Mr llalton 
had plescje,! nvi guiHy 
The rhaige wa* laid after 
Mr Malion's car struck a lamp 
siamterd on Quadra ..Sirwt 
Dv«- 4 Mr Hatton suffered 
head injuries in the acrhleiit 
Magistrate liag commented 
that Dr Alan F M<Ctll and 
Dr n F, Alcorn had both testi- 
fled for the defence, that the 
hlow ••aused a skull frartiire 
and conrussinn which would night ap(M>inted |t 
have rtesled svmpiom* similar and sper)al comn 
(o Intnxiratinn IPM 

(*nll*T wllnes;^ and Dr F 
L McNiven had given evi '«mmi 

drnre of drinking he added ^ ^ 

Alan Rigelow appeared for ' ‘ i . W. • 
the defence Msihews; wmtks 


S|*mW C.ommittnr$ 4ho 


Standing Committees 
Unpointed in Oak Bay 


Further Mfonnollosi mmj bo aMsIwed by wriUng Iba 
KvasOog Dtrisinw. llrSoria (ottegw (EVt-glZl) 

"CONTINUOUS LEARNING" 


CUNARD TO EUROPE 

WINTER AND SPRING SAILINGS 

Ai ThrHf^$0U90m 


Forest 


TO WmSM POtTS 
Post Oow froM 1274 
TowHsi Om haei II 78 


TO ( 8 CNCM potn 
PVM Oow hew SJt 4 
Towdsi dost h«M tH 4 


Mr Rigelow tlao appeared 
for (sohel ffiggs. 3713 Waring 
riare. who was charged with 
rareless driving The case was 
also dismissed hy Mr Hall. 


Science Now Shrinks Piles 
iVithoiil Pain Or Disromforl 

FukIs Heolinf Substonce TTsst Reltevoo Putw 
And Itching An It Stwinks Htsnorrhosds 

Taeantw. Owl- (Speriatp— Far i ikai asfersrs wets able to aisha 
Ibe Irai imws snsoes haa found s s«ck suieuwaia as 'Filss hava 
ae« haaimf subsuaas uMb lbs aeaaed to be a peaWsuif' And 
sMMty la sbrMl biwarrbaids s»4 aa*aaa tbssa swfarws wavs a eery 
la .yslifve paia sad Uebtag vide vaneyt M baawrrbaid saw> 
Tbausaodi bava been luKeved diilans.sanwafevenl8ta88]raaf^ 
srHb tbn tnripaaahrs subauorv suadmg 
Ttgbi UI Iba privney W tbak aoa Al ibia. sribawt tbs wu al aae» 
bains u H haut soy d iaiaaiMft ar gatw^sasnbatlwseasinsgiaiaal 
Inmavsnimre 

la ons beiaorrhaid «aas after 
another, "very sinlilag laipioiw 
awBi" «ss lyparied SM verUM 
by dnrtors' sbsvrrslwae 

Fata vae praiapily rriwvad Aad 
wb4e geaily relisvMie ps«ti, actual 
lodw iMsi sr rvlrMtiaa isbnriisgi 
laoS ptecs 

Aad HMBi amating af aR— iba 
enpfweweni was awrdunvd la 
saasB vberv dsetors' ahservaiiaas 


Filled 


Kugeno Dugam, 1915 Cham 
vs. was fined $10 with ||0 
costs tor falling to stop at a 
Prcimutions nf / Ralph strvp sign a 

Johnston. 41. to ihe poaltion George Papnrrlaaanihou 
of dlsuict (oreatei of Prince iao3 UUnahard. admiitad a 
Rupnrt DiMriet snd of Crl« W. charge of violatalng a matrlc 
Roblnaon, 37. lo become head lion on hla driving Uoenco and 
Of Ihe forest ranger erhool was fined $.« and had hbi 
near New Weatmlnster have llcenco suspended until he ob- 
been announced by Lands snd lalos Inaurancu. 

Forests Mmistor Ray WUlia- a a * 

ton f, 

Mr Johnston has been die 
tnet forwater at Karnmopa for 
Ihe past rix years and takea 
over hia now duiris Feh I He 

repjarZs Peicv Young who be 1!^" *" 
mines dlstrlri fmester at Nel ^ mile an hour son# 

Oh Douglas Street hetwreen 
u ...I.r 8.irh#ide and Tolmla 


UMt 


sdrvsd to ssapssUwe m srafnraf 
(wwcsIWdf "'rparWisa It Ask far 
wdlwduiWy sealed rssvsawi 
rrcparalMW M tWoeaHiartas or 
Preparaiiao H atsiwtai vitb 
spawal spphrsiar Prvpwratiaa H 
ts told ai all drag tiaraa 


5M Borrard Ri., 
VbRcAdver, B.C., 
TeL TAtWw 4477 






M i> nt»| u • 

BRIDGMAN 


fkima * Crylat /■ Ci 

St ttmm S 9 l 


ERSONAL 
K /t ENTION 


A mramiirv^ hwfi form It hM hm found I i 


* ***** Oonimiit^ on C'hnittan opm lo >*ounc wotnm Mho 


M'om>'n. Mcti of (hmi ipanol* 
*»<• In a specific field of irsln- 
trig 

^ir.rriMiA ariian(*ki> 

Tmo meeting* hove been %r- 
ranged for Victoria at Ht An* 
dreM a Pteebyierlan Churcli, 
llte ftist will be held Ifi the so- 
ctai suite of the new Kirk Hall 
M/nday, Jan IJ at 7 3D pm. 
and Ihiee of the team will ad- 
dreM* all intereaied person* 

Ttwaday. Jan. 13 at 7 Id 
p m there will he a rally m 
I he rerreatlnn mom of the 
Anr «1 election and Ktrk Hall lo whirn all >oung 

of the Vitaflea Health Clat* Momeo and (eenei* inteieaied 
will he held Thuiwtat al 7 30 in a r>ew inok at (*hrlatlao 
pm in Newatead Hall Kon voraitona are invned. eapeci 
Street with a new program b> all^ hu*irte*a girla OOTT 
the rWi*A Twilight Stngera senior*. Girl*' Anklliarlea. 

a a * Hi Y girla nurae* and tearr>er& 

Laka Htll Caih«>iir Women's t'haltman of the local min- 
Leagoi* %iiNdi'-aion mMI meet mtllee l* Mm R P Maiding 
Of. Wedrteaday In the paii*li with Mr* T Hughea Mrs. 
hall at S pm. F K Wonhy, Mias Winnified 

• * ♦ Riple> Mm F E Jame*. Mra. 

L'Alltaiitw Kiaiirai.** will P>*vUi* <;ravetey and Brig, 

meet on Thu. -rlas at 201J Rom Thlemtem 


City Clubs, 
Societies 


The dinrtei of the t«nlden 
Age tTuh lo have h ee rf held 
today ha* been pnatporwd until 
further nottea. 


DouMr Raptisni Next Siintlav 

The*e two littlo will m'eue left. i« IVhorah Jotin. eight mnntha 

(touhle horwtra next Sunday ait they and on the right. Mm, Rtcharrt f». 

ate haptj/ed with their ('hrtatian A«hmore with I.iane AveriUe. five 

MMtnea and tiecome (he flmt hahie< to mnnihs. Tthe hahiet will he rhrii* 

he rhiialened at the new St IVlet'a lened hy Rex Kenneth King at 3 pm. 

Anglican t'hurrh. Seatrwl im the Up ^iColonUt photo.) 

of her mother. Mm. W. B. Jeeve*. 


• a>a< a* TerterTicU M» 

■ M ill ai t ive fi itm 

M;- Call’v paie- t*. 
- letegraph Hav Road 


SUN and TUN 

C rwW la 

ACAPULCO 


Women of the Mim>* 
ter So. i.t will meet o 
da> at 7.m p ni ai th 
Home, 51J Fort Street 


Ml* < Ma:: with MaiUvn have reiuriMul 

a-:'»e> Riiail *fter a threawrch holiday In 

weie C'iots at Itie Mount Rmal Hotel. 




Banff r- 


The Ladiea' Ati«ii«sry to ih# 
YWVA wdl hold M* monthly 
meeijng on TTimsday at 2. ID 
p m at the YWi’A 


Christmas Sets Theme 
At St. Barnabas Rite' 


<;».ORGR K. Hll.I.n 

WILLIS TRIVEL SERVICE 

IMM rMM C.I.AS ST, r.V 2 - 47 l| 


By Ann Lander$ 


r>m'w>n in inonta* 

Sr»Mia ,-.ia Ml and Mr*, t'hf Chiuima* 
told Ri-i- M h *i >veie white 

manied m-coMv i. fuir.a The ■"id 
ht {tail of a toik ba* iTiutch h> lit# Re> Kallwr Kdiih .May 
belonged lo the 


Hr; weddi 


wa« 

viicei length du«ty pink, and 
an fei'-.red hat wa« tn 
iiaii'htiig i-olnr '<he . <ed a 
of vioieit atid du*iy 
|t'Mk giailoUti* and wore pearta. 

; gift of the groom 

Ml* W Rogei « attended the 

hn»le aeaung a blue Street 
. 'h drr«* anh matching ae- 
ir«»oriea and carrying a noae- 
gat of yellow rhr,>anthe- 
miima 

The gtnom. arm of Mr and 
M'« O H Paulann of Luodar. 

M*- had Mr E. Ruttan a* 
tteai man Gue*t* wefe ushered 
to the pew a by Mr William 
Roger* 

Tiaditinnal wedding muair 
wa* plaved by Mi*a Ann Van 
der Vonri. 

koiiirM.nf the reception In make 
ihe rhurrh pariah hall the bride 
-I (o a brown dre*a and 
mat with matching ac«w**ntiea ^ 

ar>d -- «e(e of yellow rvww for 

Cl.KJe.1 


If \*W . wHoethlng 

4-*“:-rr : '-ve I would He grate 
(ul OIA < HA t HA 


I sensational power tool sab! 


si save: *1645 


:a Von re Tf>R< 'NT» l • I PI • A Toton 
georieman cr-.rt!her of nine led a field 
rheior fm ^ *»ork derby and 

n.m deal* • P**** 

— i*l> Formei iraw»r Thome* Foa 

We a* pro. ter hec,-:ea>hed IIDOiv* to he 
rlage paid lo mother* beanng the 

1 -las* Ir, rrxiat childfen an four datea 
•r s*-e lip after hia death The llr*t he 
If He fall* 1 oe*t wa* paid in lb^^ 
le *h> deal The ae«'npd di>e Frvdav may 
rtke anti go to Mr* Maigaiei Thtrmp 
iz:i A Fleming, tlitef exrvu 


tor for (he Foaiet eataie aetd 
that Mr* Thompaon had tor 
warded all tne rkereaaaty data 
ar.1 affidavit* for the mnteai 

Another Toionro m<-iKei 
Ml* Madeline King aeni a 
lellef alati'ig that ahe al*o hat 
fiioe h;:dren oul did not *uh 
mit atfldavM* 

Tun »nsr-en. each wi" 
■even chlldr aie 
. . ;.te«iaiiL* fi«r the fniai -- 
— id pure The4 aie \|i« Hii::. 
Reirt-—| a;:a Mr* J FtilelL 


I tl.ink fve r;-.l hl-v- 
fiiend pope :ip With • 

•a deal and he «u ' 

liSiiBeif toe bioke foi 


l^Cs^yRUL 


piti : a I '- i of irli h.:;. ii • 

lie .uiii ar>«t iaat J.. g«iudt>\e 


Son Stutters liatlls 


New York Centre 
Of Baby Market 


*ivn ' ''V<« iM'lli a> ' il • 

gii «ng to me I hoped 

he d ■ ’o* t hill It 

ic he feting woim inrtr,:!! of 


Power Tools for Him 

SKIL 5 -IN-l SHOP 


of Mihei pr.uiiem* YitRK -AP' Nee finm ih*. -go 

id be -hgodled itiiii_.YftLkaiai£ tLaabeen-caUad.i4bo.iii*tailiji9ilDiL 

and underManding renii* of ih# nation a batw . ^ •' 

■wM M ciuel to make marker ' m lealimonv he Mut'le? Jld 

- “-.I'-i lr :M that ho . MHiier *ald 

- e 'THIS man ta MiMlei *air 

mittee nn matrimonial and cruiple* paid 
■' cTtng rhiM *H/iii|d fsmiH l*wt. . IJ.lDh foi a f 

" ~..r 7 Z p.'*"".' •" ■ ■ • 


M h..vhaiid he<^ 
li'-'t w**n ihe fNi; 
h*m. *'••: get* 
up ’’i* •lie* 

\'hen ms mmi.” 
an-i thr -r.d *? 


Poweifuf n'r" Sktl Sew trie «aw with all Iha feetiire* 
New PFRMA r.Rir' blade ^ .aw . 

which *aw». *anda dadoo> P Q I 

atlateei aaw table A nerfert O M I HoZ 

gift Regular vatua tm 4 D. ^ m ^4 ^ ' 

RFrC IAK aniv ■ m I 


Black A Dackar 

POWER DRIVER 

Rexoluttonerv NKW ptawei With 
.iltr* {atwerfiil unis^xal motor *pe- a% J 

«lh built to 0 |ieiate J4 B A f> A*A*a, 
attachment*, c«ime* i-omplete wllh 
krsrd ■ hiH-fc. AI Hperioi Intrwdm- a M M— 


il«g (M gam lad ... to , ' * 
laU As|u>a • A lakM ilarti 
i h ialapduit aknstt tfea imlaaUaa 
taM A . iiarii ta take** (kal fm 


Cilv Molliers Glovve 
On Ollawa’s Falher 


* All I need la uite 


f ar y»H«r oantentetire. fwll alaff In run. we wlN 

rktoe al rnmm M I'd n i id a y. tfpea «HI • p.m. f rktoy. 


J JWOM/CT O# i a A V c R 


McLennan, McFeely & Prior Ltd. 

) tlM (Hixernmenl N( Phniae KV 4*1 1 1 1 


He*i man wa* Mr Dssid 
t»gie and u*her wa* Mr Jtm 
Riiriiptl. 

Al Ih* reception m l.ouf 
herd • Banquet Hall, the hi Kte • 
iirH'le Mr Alt Clould propnaed 
* the|b adding tna*! 

Follnwing a hones moon In 
%. Brnwn. pre*ident ralifrsmia. (ha muple will live 
'f at Hl!t Harrtaon Sheet. 

For her wedding trip. Mr*. 

library br»ard *e*i formerly s*omen who oh*erved ptrsreed McFadden wore * dark giey 

mg* hom the gallery. *aid the amt with red arvweaoiie* gre> 
monctl will meet lo plan fur fur picket and red moehud mr 
Ihei action. *aee. 


a^e OTTAWA i(T> (litawa* rnum-il *ai 
aie ells faihei* aiood pal Mnnde> wt:‘..7rawal 
ihe nighi ::nder the gtowering esea made updet p 
of ibe ctt> mnihei* 

They went inio lecTel 

In *.-r;*e HU tn favor of 

iiandiftg bv an eailler deet*ion of the Leiral Council 
to appoini a man to a public Women among a handful of 


Continues 


B'enWe>M 


To learn to# dlffereme he . 1 . 

I.aa.ea.o • -- n * msMiage lb*l *rt 1 lea .#pM*l • fiery fmi^r 

IlMCSSlgraif un e.id «I- tha* 

, d- a -e.H< f.M A..O UiNle,* • mlumnl.l for The 

llnm «l Himor ( »MAe,» a.t g„mh *l Ih* ro..n 

lllimul IIIMMM M*.M,ge^ m —-(ng ni P»--- '-We altei the reauii 

;W YORK '( Tl‘ Pt;;. '*i*b sour reip-ai iO ^s'Oia In '*** 

Grace of Monato played ■**•( atkheu* 'The women are ntd mil* 

•itr ul ul hdiHti « 1 . *lam|ie 0 envelope f»e*I «be **nl 

Ig her i,;rnl VI.II t« 'Atm Umlei* will be gtod The roomil declatui. 

I- -: II wa* revealed M«— help s«nj with your prob bight wa* to refua# Ihe with 
lem- S«^ Ihem to her In diawal fri>m ih« library huaid 
• lorn-..; Grace keiiv waa ■ •• Ihl* iirv. :;japei ehcNie ®( lawyer Anthony Huller who 

de U. *»l aitrtxUiil fur ' ' ■ •'*mper| *elf a»tdrev*ei| (••*( appntnled taal Moo- 

‘ft t'tuilr- r \Vi - et<se|n|*r i lo tOCcead Mi*. Robeit 

Ma v- .en ■he • ---u- >w* rwia wu*.*t*M im l^rman. 


WITH WILSON SAVISCS 
OS ftSE QUAUTY 
UnrHINC rOR \tEN, 

I intLs. amj)RF.N. 

Atl regktar ernrg 
wartag bag. awg dnan 


PSORIASIS 


It no longer a h««rtock« 

Ttw -eti cVMM •«* balM ml P*oaiA*l* •*(•••*>■* 
•• >*■ bWe aw* •* laasa* tao* 

C B M --M !••• O-OM la*a ifctfc*. a Imw bak A« 
^><<«* tt riMMt-ae* at M*i»m k««« trea—l SIB 
OK w-ei «• (-oa-* -a«i^ir, -tmaar ew*glAM1 
..MU It loi-M !*(•• k^ •ee>u-naM at MBOIL 
«.-• Ma .aai.::! «*••» *1*0(1 a.li mm rnmm <lai*- 
•mg mt 6 m 4 Ummrn t* o aS-nU a* • ( a-r*»»««>ee 
t-aaer e,Mo rW-aa-a B«aa tft leac* at «M«««*al 


DOORS 

SHTNC 

orcN 


•r la 

mairiad Arthui H Ku 
•f New York. P.. 
Mill* Md 


ISLAND HALL HOTEL 


AT ALL 

DRUG STORES 


I |\ll. !>*»>>« f 

Fni on » - 

^ ..Ke ervu defense fu ? «hI 
cl;*- ae* w^-H .-.-.r‘-*h«a m 
.Vtnke arhnol Jan H *i 7 3D 
(• ~ rnniaci Mrs. Jbsa Aobin- 
•Ml. lOI M. 


\u\ Loi T^nrr. post otncE. phone ei'y-iw 


Ipr ■ 


■a>*ie 

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Ciinlen ^olrs 


lly M ( n»>Sl T. I-KHS 

Th« Mav In gi«iM i« Io 

buy a bagful nf ' «ala ' In April 

and plant (Kam In nma wllh lhair 
n oaa a attcklni up through Iha antt 
aurfara 

*|'h# only duadvarriar* of ihla 
maihod la that you don't hava mtah 
rhmra at lo vartaiy you can hu> \a| 
low. while, aitd mullli’llart. but 


hpanlah or Rarmuda onioru fwo any 
of Iha rtrltlng haw hybrid Kindi* 

If you want to try your har»d at 
thaaa. II it na^waaary In grow 11 .^ .n 
fmm aaad and hacauao of railain 
paruliarltiat in tha Itfa^rla nf <ha 
onion plant, 'ha tnonar Ihrta aaada 
are town, iha baliar. 


Tha onion ft- iHrmigh thraa 
dafinlia tiagaa In iha davalopmani of 
lit growth, and tha firei it tha ga» 
minalton of Iha taad t'onaidaiabla 
warmth, arourut 70 dagraa« It r.rr.- 1 ad 
for quirk and vtgornut grrmirri;. 
afiar wh;-h tha young taadll' jt 
ahouM ha grown tindar ron-ut*Mth!\ 
rftnlar rr>ndltiona hut with planty of 
Ilf h< 

Natl romat Iha bulhlng aiaga, 
wf-an tha haaa of iha plant haglnt lo 
await ir. form -ha onion propar ; 


h. - ‘ 

in nt.n-- < 

dr . ar- wh-*- i( u pla‘.»d 
tadm or TN’ •■■'a 


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12 idtlu (folattlAl V«ia*ia, I.C, WU. Jao. 7 . !»*• 


Deadline for Onions 


U.ia pantal i<>> mmr IrtNaa ata pi 
di.iait. but Iha whnia riwigy of tl«a 
plan! la thrown into tha (Mtalurimn 
of tha flathy tiakv lu h«-<M <,|t a tmlb 

a a a 

I'nltl lat.nil^ ' on# knaw juat 
Whal aal of 4 'oitdJlM*Ma Wat !:i . r > 
In turn an opu-jn't aiir..;ii<n rmni p>- 
during foluga to n.aKing a b«ilb :- i 
• aariM of fNiinaiaking axpailou-:::.t 
h.s- ir\pitla«f l»a fat il at ttw 

In^ Ihia arlioo in mtwi » .• 
hiilhlng Blaiu wha>. ll-- p{.- «ia .*» 
poaad iti 1 ^', In lit hniirt of daNlt^ht 
In Ilia lallluda of Virti > thk 
i-iir* around 7 una I '' 

Tha Uat tlaga I.k of ||h- 
Tbu la iiMtiralafi !.■ ilia frillaga fallniK 
•t\ri whMa •fill atid tiaaMh% 

■ 'itiMrad with Iha gia«tM 4 l thyifig up 
a-'l -'.nliariir- of iha ».-■<•* at tha 
th;' hull* Tfi;;* narkad «tov»wa 
remain jit... longat and aia 

not gi •! Kra|t»ri It at<iiaga 
a a a 

Tha fM*!;,: 1 4 tii In In ail 

tt.i* If .. .. .. 4 .. I 

b-^ flMti r-.ii... thp It k r.. • r 

V.,,^ ■ ■ ,f , _ 

Jaj^r hv I'.r lh*i h..:; 

by Iha Id , da . 

^ -■ • - aia r- fa !. . - 

thr f I- Sp*s 

pi-- of z. - i. ? lit H»a . . 


Mg 


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- '.ad 

s'. .. tnil 


1 # uf Iha plant ui Iha aoil 

M any gi«N] al all u<>lU It haa baan 

• •.■■■vatiad tnio complex nuirtrnia 
wilhlii thr ltaaua« if Uia loltaga by iba 
atitnii uf aunlighi 

|l fnllMwo. tfcar. Uuil Iha more 
Saalihy follaga >>n. hava on your on- 
(ha moia nuiiianla will ba rrvanu- 
farliiiad tn plump up itia hnlha. 
a a a 

d f -Mir u; lanua. . in 

aquaiiy j^iia fillrd “.llh vlifhllv 

:nl vaimkuHta, ai>d Iha pota 

• Mvarad with a vtiaat nf plaallr hald 
!•« piMte with an alailtr hand T)>a 

• v.i* ara ;jp fi(«i n ptmlt 

nf A.»-- ; Ml Spare- " (o kaa| tham 

iiirting arul Iha po«a air aa« on 
ll>a lop of ..*ii kKfhait radi whhli 
4 Iltlla Aarmth fitim halow 
Ir r.^it.lan aai nniiall. :- 

A« a>«ni aa Iha aaadllnga mma 
tl : -ti ihrv ara IraT^'ilantad In'n 

fl ■■ fi'lad wllh rich but rathai «ar>dv 
anil T 7 .. -r ara «.b 4 da.l from hrlghf 
bk- ff. a .finpla of 

• "M ;;ghH» avarv dai with a Hoy 

I i rtf pamtAnr wain 

V>’ .11 tha aaatl: nfB a>a vlandior 

t. 5 --i«:ii. Iha flaiB ara (ranafariad to 
tha aunptni:. arid Ihar c aa |iow*h 
p. -J >=• to ir .)Mf>^; a In ha 
h*. -iff nr' *f |>iaiiliiig out In 

April 


liipatriotic Kuslies 

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May Open June / 

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pai-' .lOi h 4 \a a daurt •- 1 ^* III bn »u«a lhara -a 

dO-Vk g«-.-! Tmm . aiolitin op ••• a«. 4 Mabia fianuamv (hat 
I.-.. a. If 4 I nM an l..tVi by Ja..ar ■>' r-t.iif ovrrlap oibar a’a 
I if r Ifati'd nf |i)UO*tt 4 «i tla--! • at 
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l = ft; j-*;. .. p i'-« i, ,, 1 ,^ itpffi.n,. It ,. 1 ,|. 

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w;:.^ 11 . 4 . an.-U. »nd lad 

cluh quf. '- won hi l 4 ial 
••i ”. Iha aro A rf*::rr, nf part* 

I «M.' wniii.l haia >wan 

f'l* > fnr dnclarar would haio 
ft.i, . iiiM ft. 1-1 f*Mir haaria In 
B<bli>;:.r> to two apodaa. making 

f ’•* w -Mfjul worry about 

(K. dii>M.>i.di !-'«laod. tla*> ra- 
li'i "od Iha dlamoiHl quaait a 
ma.'c, atrok# '^oulh • nuki not 
tv ivWllza Iha liua •liua 
II- 4 M.} ni.iv«.<j low. a««iirning 
Ihal f^«l had laij from Iha 
qitrri.ja.h Wait algnalkd 
woh Mk# i'”Crprf. arid whan 
Eoa> lad 0 Inw diamond. Month 
■ ..-••Mt agft‘<i VA awl won iha 
)a. V i>t«>rd hit Uat dia 

1 1 • «• ' falling 

^ <"i'a kiitg a -'.1 tha fo«irlh 
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Pl-lUt Oa> raatr Mrai ia>ta4M 
l.aM rair<atiM auOaa iraaliM 


$1977 DOWN 
NEW NHA 

THREE BEDROOMS 


m a>*ara<Mla wha*aMa*ra 
aiaraa aiaa M aaViMi >mt 

MtraiiMMii 4 n;av nraa* <m 
Jaa iMAi *>f aap'Muta ta » — 
tMM> BV Mtai o« KV I Mt Aitna 
ttaaiara tarwaira a( Vatarv Li4 


SERVICE 
STATION . 


CONTRACTORS" 
LAND DEVELOPERS' 


Cava.a'Mi ht iaa It. ItM Brta- 

Ufallr linitltad ife"*'iffli Aaii aaaa 

Pull MaO tiil Mai INi.aia 


ri'tl Af «»•'»» •a^•a ' 

•atM a a'it'«M> aarrad tirna 
hMaa a>4 tixi Mr >** ’ A4wua 

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_ BV 


tPUV UVINO QUAirtm*- ar 

opptvrruttnv » rballt nm# mm im 
B ki-ICKINO HBBB’ Vtaaiad <a taM raiwia aa 
tM PART tZPAMUtNO VtHajt a« rt«it lar taaaV 
•MMt iMM ta IM VB« PBBRV Pitca raaarM la 
WHABF MtHaaMaf TMra ara 
TBPRIPtr* MMBMIUTtBB tar tM 
Niaia Tttara -t a aaM Mearar 
baia iraaa aa attAAiitM Batiaraa 
■ Mataatra't ar.ilaata- a-tA Utiat 
a-ra'iatt la arra a«aa ifea tax a( 
t:t<aa iar ra« TXa lull »rtra la 
t!t aM OaM Mmm at ar-taartf 
a >.« tata raaatatrra -APBC*IAI. 

>tur« P^aaa>tal a«»tlaata atati- 
aaia tar a UVB WIMB ripartraaM 
raatAM' 


“rtunv tarn biwi wr ihhm* 

tu<aui«ra aar ara* ara .Wa M* 
M -- ->t- «M atrata BV t-Vl4 

IftAl Til BKVT IV rttfVATB 
w,-. tv V'tffra traawt-.'t 


OAK BAY 

VACANT 

NO STEPS 

COTTAGE FOR TWO 
$6500 


an«M tAPAitrvBVT m iuh>g 

« aMh ttafe Ba> Ba<A ourr 
• aaa t larc* rxraa •««« aat«'«‘r 
ratialirr. aia art rtt iMtflar alti 
<a.a tinail ratval ta^Ta ratrUaM ar 

■4.iaa B k , H*iA>a«a rAPM 

rv t w: aattiata 


“OORDON HEAD , 
SPECIAL" 

A Lr\#lF Ararat M^caVra ra 


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Ca- r Ja>« lltt ^.mta BV AMU 

»SOV ITMAtV.o »<t« OOBML U 
P» raa OA t . 

pk|M lit -...a n:.t - 

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WVfrKtvo ’M’ ••'•CK taaiit 
'I at .#• a , M'-« oA ■ M4 


SEA VIEWS 
2’/4 ACRES 

SECI-USION 


117 RXCTSANOB 

BFAL nrATR 


IN ADDITION 

fVia aaoaaarr «i tAla aia'Ml Aaa 
PIMB1 rNANCB ta a Mtaii. 

Mart a* rararr arapaHt uara 
••(tial taaaoa >ar IM LOW 

PRtt.*B pr t» iM Oa.i1 tpl ta Irak 
IBto Ulla tXIXt'olVB IMIINU 
l,„ rarr>. .-ara «a:. Art Vawa 
at Bt l-rTai Baa S-MU 


(*uNiB p» tavNi err* 

• >aaa • i rra aM uaiA 
I ■•■■ana aaal raik wr 
>uii rata vra r.sa»r 
«• ; <M<m aaar i^>ta 


IM ALTO KM‘4fKS bh4 
SLK\ II ». 


A CHANCE 


PAX1 TUP Wt-ALin dAINAltiM s 
Mra-<a Matt axA aM -s^rrira - 
•• UratMa LTr-Mrat tAMrruitata 
L-X tatra a oraaiA. AV A IP 
BBPBm ••VIV » ^ fi SB A 


awtia ».-■ ■■ • t ft»a 

a<ra t MpTMa n>. u.r. - -a 

NA Iwrnara i iippt* aM 

a>tar rt'aar li MP 4r-a- aM 
raawa IBa raW BV tPPiitsT 

, $12,600 

Ur Lara B\'4«I4 raa BV 4 MM 

NEW YEAR SNIP 
$1500 DOWN 
I Full Price $6700 

> BVUUIOW •t‘PUALD«r titll 
tB WnM PP 4UTO COAI 
CTOBBR MBATINO IH PABT 
BABSMDrT TAXtB OWl.T M4 4I 
4H rXrMlXNT BUT 0« (TOOO 


SEA VIEW 


USriKGA 

rAXC'F.LLF.D 


B r UarTtA raa UB r-4«M 


E MARINA 

FISHING 
RESORT 


BOORMAN 
INVESTMENT CO 
LTD. 


A* * 4 IttXlH K>l*«A TUB 

'-ui pra>-.f I, Ilia raaa'V 

aa--T .M Ma'Ua aui>v<la4 Mt 
Pu-a tM B4 Paai Twt afar 


Auronvsbil* Finortcirtg 
Auto Loons 

Maaara aia a <aaat ~>aa -iBaa ‘PtB 

ra tat ' -••■a ‘vraa- •.•if* 

pa-aa irrn.' .ra aM v-uaf--.* 


SWINERTONS 


a> ..»d aaa I aaa 
f^Mtar .aiaaatt 
A'aUaata Jra > 
••a :»4aa.u*ait 


i4t wantkd 


4r<a>i I'la# IMa 

bm Bam'oHTDN wr av Atiu 


URGENT 


HIGH LOCATION 


CITY BUNGALOW 


•a aaa awtuiaM ar :ara •> 

taata»>aa. aai.a ai iM 

iHaw M raatra tlna a.>r 
taa, taut aaataara aaata# 


X)UBLE PLUMBING 
PRICE REDUCED 
BEACH DRIVE 


Inland Finances Limited 

UU ara. tiraaa ptaara At *MA. 


Cl BAA n MV'RMUi 
^;t«.a BV J Pt*2 

WAMM VtCW OUaT^-i-T 
-• a'T fa ^ BV 4 aaaa 


CAR BUYERS 


FAMILY HOME 
CLOSE IN 


112 BEACHWOOO‘ 


WITH 

RITHET 


PAlBPttU) BBALTT IM Com Bi 


A M TAYLOR SBITTAL 


GOOD MONEY 
MAKERS 
FOR 1959 


iei CAItv ane IKl LIOB 
UANTLU 


— 1 $2700 DOWN 

MtjBB piBBtwr^-« HIGH Ot^ADRA AREA 
TnKi uStwc* OIL H W HEAT 


IM HOI WKKF.KPIXG 

ROOH*i H 4NT7.0 

I. 4 r r • St' ityt^urn *»vai 


$9750 '9 8 ACRES 

BV I «ai4 


small CARS 

Pat naaaa M Law> ra 
■DL4> OB CUVAUVMAXT 

b% 

TtLUAC M*.n--it4»Ain. M4 frat 


4 ROOM STUCCO 
QUICK POSSESSION 


VCBT •flPt'BMIllHBTV OB 
' t «a«* n raa aauxaarr>aa 

•ua-ata raraatatir- TV $ *UJ 

n-STK 4Xn AF^KT 

MF.XTS TO RF.XT— 

FI RMHHLI> 


4VAU4BLB BOW A BOOM BUCBB > 


«!vm nr^’T*. 


$8400 


LOW WINTER RATES 

j >M W Vraawa aM VjrtarU 

.CM % U«ta a.M >tna ratlaa BtM 

ra ,r^ ratvra 4> aaa . «ia Ba'aa 


rtHiBB 

atPtJNI BAlNlPILVACI 
UATB4B»A AI .-TtUAIIXB 


IS7 HBUA. ■'<TOKn B»4 
OIFKDi !• BKXT 


QUALITY BUILT HOME 


LCXDKING 
FORWARD TO 
SPRING 

Ira ••• *raM_ Baa 

k »«U. ■ ■*' 


FINANCIAL 
SURVEY LTD 


CAPITAL CITY 
REALTY 


*• VT imtTk.T 


WINTER RATES 


IlM Oarrraraa B t BB - W A4pB 'ntpn aa>ar aM «•■•><» <> 

...a ■tra .-taat ItKVH AHKAVi.BU 

uNivtSiBWtfiA xi map.W a aL it^^ 

pv.a .ra. aM Ba4aa. 4Ma *a atl fr It . 
rrataaan-at taipa tUiaa-akaUi 

trara TBMBS OOOO BStMOOMB., 
raMaat iiuBaa Pad *iVM Bara ■ 
aiaa* rurapu* ■*** a<ta f«>a.trk 
priva.ia aarapa aarkaaa ail aaa 
laiaa raartiaaa 


k.. 4 44 

MtarAKB UBMACS 
BuaMra .A Vatra Kta'a 
' raratrp CV «4l4k 


P. R. BROWN 


$9200 


t.Ma rt« CAH.V AT AMT* 

ai BAMHiAl BV AkBB 


INVESTORS 

COA4MERCIAL 
PROPtRTT WITH 
WATERFRONT AGE 


.rWLT 'MDXUTfl^ OABBteU atWBTXAX) BAll 
>».ra tra'a aa'<raa*a Ara f iM a« ..raaT alfB>i a«i 
' • TV CTraa to akraa Ma ra _ _ 

ev k9M oppicT un>rr hb. 


$7850 CEDAR HILL' 


NEWSTEAD 


HERTZ 
RENT TRUCKS 
SAVE ’ > COST 


CITY 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

traipr i: irt 'Bata taraa a 

aarfari trrapa I4>ta BP OH awa 

>••■ at! V aaratat pp irar* rara 

,T>r>.a raaa tto*. Aaa.-. 

•a* .a-ra tarfif lat naA itar* 

n aaa M.ar- traatraa trr« ic-aaM' 
la- wraiaa Bukraararal «•«'-=.■'' *-*r 

Tw $7000 

Dtrk OBBar. BV 1 ^74 rtadOtpa 


f I >.v VmiOAKV IIKBM Ii* 

nn. r : ra. 1 rr««> ' fU« ltx» •* 

S '. ' -sa-na 'f "• «s a>>a*.a4 

|r 4J4 pt ra >\ tAtto 

ara LABIIC fBiWT TWO-Bi>^ 

. • I'Riut a a-iia*4 1494 

psr •• rv a 

r :\i%irrn -sskrKtaiVi 4i m 


FAIRFIELD 


$9200 


ESQUIMALT 


$6300 


BicBm ; pr “X “ I"!' 

$ 11,500 

a'f»tan'-a 4 • a**". 

TB ‘to# ra*' n Hwi -a BV'jaiT 

Z, ■- KV . 0*0 

^ FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 

JO I'paMAata ras>t |i'<« ic— aafi 

atraat* aM ara.-' . TrBUia'a 

I. pa* •" CTQIvtY 

Alt krai pkaa 9fOJ\J 

nt a.IR aaarat at »M «aa.. 

T« tiaa. .a'l P M>a<‘^> BVJ'rtll 
rr. tv » aa^# 

FAIRFIELD 

4i»M XraMF * 

raira ora» V r 

r> t ara. 

|Mrak.M 

?nO a-*! .aaa 

. Ta »»a« ' 


WHERE> 


HERTZ 

RENT-A-CAR 


111 MOKTt.AGF. tOA.XK 


Taa Atat WN9B raa *M 
(in4 a atapria iDrla-lwBrarua 
fcaaia a. 'll Oil OMat-r aaa'. 
Ui« (ar a*K i4Mt Aaa la 
a aatat lara'Ma anh at**, 
hitalr HO IraftVa aarrp 
row* aaMl ritsMraa aHa aa 
BAPS A*B .r'uatia aa 
TWO Maa aaaanat tou of 
rmm tav rararauta aaB 
rHKkaa.* Taa arv laaBiaa 

fa. rarB B aUr* »at IM 
aiaa I kaaa Btraia l« fa4 
•I ' Wtoai la aa* CaB 
tMJH aiiJBai IW4M •*#« ai 
BV k.cvai* 


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BV V4a.» 

VHtaM HKATrit <M TTB.' 
I- -a- V • • ►■***♦ 

s.'rTmt* MV piraraaa Pfc 


$100 PER WEEK 

Onl* U MB aaa* *atraaal 
pal'M far iraaMra-a araa* 


m l< •* it -4 H MB 

lls.ara 

Qranaa Kata* aT bHatral 

lit livtai* WM!.'' 

lUIUHrX BMaM AGKXCIRS 

L.Mtnut 

Blitofiata U. BV Mm 


YOU-ORIVE TRUCKS 

I'Atra aaar-4 t aM >•*•« 

■t ta-. a*a r»a* 

Mft lri4*a a«llr ia'4>.t. aBB 
tail. *rr.a4 0» • aararaa' 4M» 
r a .ar» • *4 

AVIS RENTS ALL 

Ttoat af Tart aM T> • ta 
14 tka.B at B'ltrt Bat fill 

/jS'ai4 MBAft rnttCHT A^r* 
• ra' *» ra-t •- f’-'M M'-K* 

■ '.*•* Piraa (• ■ p-M 


COMFORT IN 

1959 


$3800 must be sold 


• RV f '4>« _ _ 

acw i HuuM acTTB mBCTBic akr t>h KKrKmvo Mo>Tm.v 

raat* aatBii 

|*a ru Lra> 


rv • Ttit 


tUMtPiarB PUMBMTOHt 
rharra.i.a B-ra*ra Bauaaraa 4 

.•la* Mia'ta* Uriav tat a.ia i»i 
[.rrot*** DMiaa rta J raairat 
R*raar>Br kalBI* Plaa rasrraiaul 
tli.Baa r.a Brral a»fe fiMtAM 
aa.i.iMMa ar Bra Rata'trni ti-i 
aa<rr Rrailaa .tt'Mi la rarif raa 
*r« 'Aw la* •a*j4 


$9800 


t m I’-m laa 44*# ar /.arr prrara.H” 
• • •• . ra • -raaia W ro* mmw 4> 
a.a ca4* • a rra r*** CrataaB 
t-'ltC <114. -tAB 
Harw.' VAa-aiar Iktar 
BitHTimt art HB vtTi ' fmH or 
VtrtvHMA BTIi 
Ul Yair-t %'rra V-r< a-a 
rv $r 41 *4 M a*r (*va«a BpctM 

HHItkAllR VtMBrV AVAILAtlLK 


SNAP— .$600 DOWN 


$1000 CASH— $65 MO 


REVENUE 
21% Net 
$12,000 Full Price 


FIRST TIME 


■ra. irta BMa* itaa 
taa la N a a 1 1 a ■ a 
Broata'-a* '•*«» H< 
laa >aa*i aiiB •*« 
I (oral BMm4 t I 
ratora* Al'rAra a>*i 
4 aaaa< aarai M 


PRICE $12,800* TERMS 

i Ik4.>r* Araaa B*t BV 4 4aa* 

uV-^-iV;; ALFRED CARMICHAEL 

' *•••'4 * ^ td4 

ina rwk BraaB Arrav BV 4 THt 


PERMANENT ROOMS 

lowest rates 


THtlAr a.r*M V VT* Al.4<* 1V«> 

• -.«* 4H-rs tSr Ma- %• RV 4 fT'*< 

RL'U.T PVRVIBBBO BArMBUMI 

«uV4 BV4nM 

TW«. a-kMBa «• irr Apt tTB C» 

Matutaa Brara 


ONE BEDROOM' 


'.AA lUV BRU OiVTAIBP-n I ta. 

.or. au.*r B-« araai.r aaa rananra 

tti V. r.v ; 4 fc*a raan^Bi aaaartra 

p .1 aa.xtv 

OAK BAT MP •rrriHO luvnu uu Braat 

Aiitiratratia ta<i haihraata Caa ka - 


$7950 


OiapraiaB ahua rarar* Ha*, 
tatoa fi*a raar^ *4H anB 
raraa ta. laaraa (>r>*a • la 
■•'•ar aaa ruH roaiaai aaaa. 
raaat nitoB aaiB aork BaarB 
(or Oaa Ourrataa littaf 
laraa ana ahoorfal Bnrk 


Roval Qlymo'C Hotel 

U. irwXKVX PMOVB K\ 41X1 


THE ROYAL 
TRUST CO. 


A. BERNARD 


JAMES BAY HOTEL 


REENHOUSE 


* ro LTD 

tai part Btraat BY 4-BIU 

"$1500 DOWN" 

Tka kar al IkkB Puii> in4..M.a4 

aiife bra.atirr aN kaa* laa LX 
laa BoBraa «H*aiU (ara.M 

•toauM UtoHaa Oak f»aart 
laraaBPaa' a*« (aJh taarM anB 
waaaraaM t \ 0 950 

THa (tt» >rl*# 4 X • *, R-rw , 
■•laara to ipiiliii Uka raa' 
can J r itifity BV4-m* a*' 
■V I an aa.oiaa a-f arait 

GORDON HEAD 
I OVER TWO ACRES 

I A torair f't arraa 4 alaa.t Wra'ai 
oUar kaara U*Hn raara I4tlk 
• >ia Praa*4»a laifa til 4Wi*B 
raaat. laraa to4ritan mB kata- 
raara Tfrara M k kara Taa raa* 


•rira kl HB aaati a* raa* j,,, rara'oB ar fraar* Oaita 

»|H« Koraa raonaa Irra. WtUraa ttoarA 

ya-rw. BVtaill- p**a Utr.t *ra4 irra .*H4a ar«l .ar 

tor. BV I atkt ■•..* iraarra^a rranwIHiB 

_ .a lanraga aatl n*.iia *’'ra> •■'H 
*.4a>> atraa* t-ra 4<*'*B 
I*M mMarn aa. ao* Aua. 
*a** •*• otao. *i.atf 1 •. 
Btoara r>>an ovakrtH ai< 


PBBNNttX APTa ^-nraa'i 
Vaa iM.irama laraa LB ax* ra'.a* 
aM irif XuatoM Iar aatoraanr 
aatfta* traiaara Ha t Baa 
•ratal* liaa 

lA’XiBI UAVOB <'«*• aM ■ <k- 
• rataa I aMraaai a""* Harit 
Aa...*a.M Oiiia' ta.."" V**-* 

aa'. ixataa Ilia Wa a.*a Mta 
a I aaataara t«..t atal'aap 
PAOPir ■HOBW lua Bat 4 
toa-aara ••.-■a taw !fa*r ra*>lt 
•■•laata ato< raaaa aM pt4a« Klk 
■MtHBITOO 4XIUBT l>4a Vaa 
Tfttk >t a »raa4 aaa toH>4'a« 
lA >aa aaan mi Oaa Bar aa4 'kata 
ara tata*al I 4M l-«Mta*ra MUto 
t'li: ataiiak.a |l4k >a till 
MARtNt IMK* im Boar* Ditoa 
UalM«aat tiirka* Ndt rauipaM 
, ana ta* laia.t araiiaaraa iraiaa 
IJl ana PP pioaaaai raiuaak 
AtatiaWf Paa 1 aiH 


Ritl Hotel 710 Fort St 

p: ,*VUar.|. APAK.HkVik AAU 

raa.vtk . BVkItei 
■•arAiiia tartpa l*ana*MM 


|.*i*a raara (ttaafaoa TM 
raaat raa IMa 4raaai lattaaa 
toraiaa la karat Irora am 
ata* Laa ia«a« riaar toia 

L':r $6950 

Oanara aaltlat kataara thap 
aaa aaM a in.aa-aMraara 
Mraa Caataa**# I'a'laa 
Can BMIC A UACPADYM. 
BV I BT4I M-kr aatrira 


CANADA TRUST 


• t kPBCtALIXB IB mxroi'vrpiG 
t,< a.. r«M.a«a iraa'Taaaa aM 

•raarmoua Tar* paara Mm iraMM 
ara>a rara KV MM; itVNN BtAlB 

Ml> HI rorarai HaMiM 

PBiVATX Hnenyw;! ruHO* 


L. & S. 

FAIRFIELD 

STUCCO BUNGALOW 


GLEN COURT HOTEL 

k a aaaa v* >■> ■aaMrai'' *rai 
Parra KVkMB RVkl>H» 


«HtalU«n> U4. 1.1 XK PIlBT AVI 
Tiara pra AAalia KV:441I 


TRIPLEX 

MOUtUAl.T 
HBHB rOlklB 

THraa rail «*raMiaa4 •« at aa 

laiaa M adarMw aarttol araiaaiaa 
raa iloai aaa raara tar raaaaaa 
ataaaatona A vraaM flMr a*»ar 
kaaitv far Iba tBHkll wtoaira 
Ptoaaa rail JlU OOLBT TV • rri 
mt BV 4 4BM Iar aaaMiraoat m 
noa liarBaraaaiara BatarlliM a( 


THE ROYAL TRUST CO 

IM UotarNawM at 

BV»41H XV5fT» 


Al a raal «*' M >a»»i*t 

toaa tart* Btinf t*ara. la>»r 
•laairla tnebta aiik 4iAiae araa 
t arga aMraarat nn.lTLiNCU 
BAaBWBVT OIL HXAT Trfa-*r^ 
taiaoa VB'B iVABDCV UfT IMOB 
bhSil BALAHCB BA4Y TBKMB 


BEAUTIFUL NEW 
BUNGALOW 


U4KB TOtm MOBBT WOB K POB 
TMI B4BB f’V to 1'aX umu 

BBT tMvarr tovb iolb pobxm 

IN WBA BBCUBBD ITT HOBT 
OAOBB TBBUB AND AMOCBTS 
TO Bon Au. iBvarroDB 


TkU tooaiT aaraa *aa ataraihina, 
Ul aiih Baataa iiH PP lAtta ara# 
raa kiirboa aiilk 4laiat arot I 
(*•■•• kaktaaraa all aak Daort. 
PvB ktak katararai aiiB akr all 
(wraraa att*«.ia iara«a BacaUoal 
lataiiM kM aaaii taMraataa um. 

PBTHKm mu ecu K bait 

*;.r.rr*‘“ sio.soo 

Mr CHrka ar Mr MiDant'k, 
tviUM OBialik nB f llik. 


BlkM «Ctr mXTAlXKU 
iraaai IM nai Tulattra 


NHA 

BY BUILDER 

LUS BO PT nw TOCB LOT 


EXCLUSIVE 
ESQUIMALT 
TREED AR€A 


T« •ILKXV.'BHV rwrxn B»*»4r 


INDEPENDENT 
SERVICE STATION 

A«0 BMALL CAB kOBiCT 


REVENUE 
$1800 DOWN 

• Itl ra* !5*.*raa PlLk I 

iraara IMBa* apMt'lkat' 

taw *a to ladapakBrni 
roa'aa aaai aWaa ran 
Can to*at XO 

l*aa Patrtrk BV*B*«I 
fv Ma4l Hartliraaatar* I 


V4tAV-r Miv rniiv Moorav 
f\ a Waa« I ait4 raraPV. ra'oA 


TBSn VBrVBAH 
a a traa-aoBraara 
iiafar«uha4 •*«*• 
atalaAra al Va> 

Tka Bajal Truat 


ra ■ta-aara_ , J BKOBOfM* APABTMBBT 

A' rtHBUnCATTOB t L O » B t f otora Ara fkagr Bara Mai 
ar’><** rarartatak raitta .n a'toM- IIP) Baar*JV>'a nMB Tva 
Mara waairaaa« IMhm. KV k-«l1 TtW Ora. KV MUL 




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INO FTAoc OH HB BBnAnrakT. 

1BLANO NOk4kO LTD 
»lk Dawt'ar B«*tot 

B ommuT BV • vkk4 

M MB BT OWtIBB HI tia 
Pwa oU kaaara. Oarraar B>raat aaar 

abe H'tolM 1* (N)L«IH10 MBO 
loto aaa Orkal * Jarakiraaarag 

iMBira oe B-tni l.■■l«il^i 

Pa-i-ararair BtiiWiM* M tJB»4B- 
ara • raatoB Hk. KlB«p pHaM 
■TMBU. 


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F. N. Cabeidu 


Brown Bros. 

AGENCIES LIMITED 
tu* •UkNMAiin vrmcrr 

UiS*M <-'>iAn «o*f 

ItUtHKII Ml'LTVU 

•oiitAU 

$1500 DOWN, 

IMMEDIATE 

POSSESSION 

IM* i T— 

M«« k«A4B>»« •!«* fait M* 

«*. ««t« Ml Mat. M **a* 
M M i«a»*|N*ria 
• F«R MtM 

Jm n^mm »-v»«ni 

Ito* S% » wit 

SPLIT LEVEL 


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& lnvtstm«f>t Agency 


TOWN & 
COUNTRY 
HOMES LTD 

1923 Ouodro St 


RANDALLS 

LIMITED 


HARRY 
FOSTER LTD 


Stephenson 


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OAK BAY' 


'Sparkling'' 

4-ROOM STUCCO 


CEDAR HILL 
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NHA 

OWNER 

TRANSFERRED 


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“ St 8,900 


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THREE BEDROOMS 


FAMILY HOME 


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TRY YOUR 
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CUT;. $13,500 

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JUST COMPLETED 
30-FT. LIVING ROOM 

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•atiaWlr aui»raa> aW kalii 
IM Rartl waiarlau Na I aw 
riaart Uraaakaat Ta# >ar«a »W 

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DUPLEX 

MODERN STUCCO 

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EXCLUSIVE 
OAK BAY 

BORDER 


kail 1-taa aaaaar rw la>a» Ikiat 
raaw. aaaat-itat 08 «ilk rita- 
Wara ak# aWatrw klukaa ap*a 
tiair (• kWraawt aM katkraara 
BauwML taka «irw tat aritr 

$21,000 

CBU kir vmaa Baaaluaa. 
BVa-aitk aayataw 

NEW HOMES" 
LANSDOWNE PARK 

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Automotic Oil 

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tkia aaii-MUl kawa tlMt «iaaa aa 
awrui Tkia la T«ar aaaartaaltv 
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rvu. BAARAIttrT kat aritaPa 
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tiirkan taa kaAraaw* •«« tf 
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$9500 

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BVI-atai Raa CM* IIU 


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af'Uiaaa at «kaa aM aaaWiaa 
TM atapi M r ka« t«r traaTM* 
aM M*' atptk ««Mk nawt .M 
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tara at aartkaaP a* yaa a>*nM 
11 ka* ifa al trail «M «->aaa 
traa* aM a rark fkrara 0>, Ka«> 
*ai»t kaav kiari att a«aaw*' ■ la 
tit*l|a<-« ronPiiM ikrau^rii 

$15,800 

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OUTSTANDING»VALUE 
LAKE HILL 

Bara U *a al rwu** uaBtra kaa 
•aw* aini ()»• itaakw 
aoaaiap «a a Mrkt aiawt taM 
araaw !ai ga aa neaiiaa* aai(C 
kariww aa a a*ra*< rUat 

la irkaipariatlaa Mataraa la 
tlMa taraaUa Ula aallt W kaik 
MiAkliirK aaua aHk *Mraa-a 
aaa^Ba atawa •ww. kaaiuawt 
itraaMMi « latfa u«i»t raaw aM 


CITY 
4 SUITES 


$8500 

LAKE HILL 

DISTRICT 


$13,750 

o»»a *rr9*4ab ^ *** 

$1850 DOWN 


2 ENGLISH 
COUPLES 


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oiawrai tMT^I CBa natal Hr WM- 
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•KTak* t notRR fraM irau Kara 
M arraw* ktuiia r<aar waaa* A 


DUPLEX 

$7700 


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laa iiaw awAU aarAaa Ma'r aa- 
traaaa kail, aaiiikkay paa*>><at 
AM WM* aUkar taatarw in*i 
aiaka ika* ■ aa tkia kawa TM 
ikik tawaa* B M«r kwt yara 
taai raiaRiaw a IBI* i«*. 

$22,500 

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•>ki'aik 

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ratnakiw aaaa «-bWrawa «#!•'- 
lavai (ka.ly kata a(t wwar bap 
r«nw •-.Ukaiwa aartiast aMraf 
WUfiat aitackaa raiao,' «i<k 
flrtklar «»taa TkB an | e/\/\ 


$9500 


OAK BAY 
DUPLEX 


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tiiiM-a a«a larM* a« • Iki! 
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wan'.bJa aarwvaia^ 

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• .ikurr a«a« UB • liai 


DUPLEX 

$1000 DOWN 


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fail arua wo 

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$1500 DOWN 
8 ROOMS ‘ 
WALKING DISTANCE 
TO TOWN 


Cosh for 3 ond 4 B«drm 


4 SUITES 
EXTRA LOT 


la Tm kiati kaarWMii iar«a aak 
l»a« aMaltM ktirka* kl ’ awrart, 
taa aaiawaiic ail hai aw baai., 
a'UaMa tatafa Qaaw Ma*iM' 

ira'r.ku W.W. F5,750 

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CITY 

61 4 Dunedm $t. 


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traiut aaitiwa 

HIGH OUADRA 
QUIET LOCATION 

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kwk tkH laa aaaa la im 


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UwM 

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trva aa ><••# 
i*i»aa4 attk 
ai«i> rr*aa*« 

ar -t«,al*t 


NEW NHA 

CEDAa HTLL 
$2245 DOWN 
$13,975 


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AAMiaika Ml a «IH 
aaorktr aMr‘n«*at 

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aa M4«>4*i 


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'ta*«ai k*w> at'*' atii* I- «*>a«* 
tWkJ rwtwn-i* tl Ua OrVKk aat 


$9500 


Exclusive District 

Rockland Residentiol 

3 BEDROOMS . . . 

kter ‘uB^T*B’Sia ' 


GENTLEMAN S ESTATE »»»' 

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FAIRFIELD 

DUPLEX 

WANTED 

NOW 

this is URGENT 
UP TO $7000 DOWN 


C.N. Montague 


Side-By-Side 

DUPLEX 


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• a* rat tvtara •kkaitMtaa 
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laraa IB DB aa» taa* ba«r»t 
Vawa a aiaka kiukw larta raaipaa 


aaiaraa nalam 
ka »a*ani ann 

Aft •'■•aWBlll 

Wt ■ tat 


Frank A. Mortin 
Agencies Ltd. 


S7950 


OAK BAY 

Home W'lh Chorocter 


NukiarkiH aaik«Ji4taa* W«tk<H 

awaara ••aaw kiiB Mkat kaar* 
la* T knr>*i tell fa* 14 tem* kay 
bar* fraannaaw iaia>uaat «Maa 
Bka«-rkM ta*M *a*'4a« PkkkB 
raraa* Rmim ri'-4 aataaa r aaua 
k tk karkwaa eyarflkiM arawM 
iM arkfia(t» ta w laUwatt «aMi- 
iMk RNOWN tT amxvtMCfT 

$52,500 

N* BMM aarttwa 


«!•. t.rn. 'k» 


$1000 DOWN 

Best Buy of the Month 
Lot Sue 10 Sr2I0 


r FRASER 


BYRON PRICE 


2 CASH BUYERS 


BitoE 


nrtat 


FAIRFIELD 

REALTY 


GORGE 

FORCED SALE 

Tka tw*k* kl k« **«>• i. 


ESQUIMALT 

EXCLUSIVE 


ROYAL OAK 


KER & STEPHENSON 
LTD 

•waa* W . >a ■ UrlikC tara«4 
Mt OOeiRVHeRT CmilT 


LET IT SNOW 
LET IT BLOW 
You'll Be Cosy 


Tk# aaainaw rVU. BAM 

«»i*i ai'ii a* akrt tair taa 
<a,i •in.'ArWD ON tint 

wRirt Okvr $12-950 

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taa ar*a FAtta onrv ti«i 
C-aM IS iskaali aaa thi*ktHJ'a a «• 
Th>* k-M tall Mwwm* ^‘:wa 
a'Nra tawlkrWkW u«wt kUA 
taaaiaui, riBtaKtli Nl'Mrt.’" 
Bnnu TM U<a* *;st<r >• Kii - ' 
kai a f’TTtrrr Rnrwi a4>M«iina 
Tk* kirARATt CNBIBn lk«,B>M 
a A larta J*iac takw aia t4*ai 
«i* taat tarfty n<U T IavD 
BTArto aai*r*'* aaraa* Tk*«» 
ra c (• araaafk' tkf »kk an ’">• 
t-r*t iiaaa aa in* ^a*a»' k-mw 
r«n'ar* tm«na RR'iaar 
fv *.**«a ar tv • yaw a ,• • * •* 

tr xRAT ourr tv»a*>a aa> 


$8950 


WANTED 
2’ 2 TO 5 ACRES 


HIGHER EDUCATION 

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3 Bedrooms 

Foirfield-Rtchmond 

A !*•••« 'auil* M*’ • ka«l*4 B 

a k>ai» |r*>4 ara* A ntwty-alaa 
•M PM* atik I’l'bi-ita .|(W 4 
rkaw^iaina '«w« tii-iwa a*a 


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rtr -l; CLARK & CO 


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WANT A BARGAIN, HEISTERMAN 

**a •• aa* A «•<*«.. tamgai-ie M ' 
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" LANSDOWNE SLOPE 
w ' ri-'-baSw.-' ^ 3 BEDROOMS 

,r. excellent terms 

barikilaa ,i- 


DUPLEXES 

Tip fop Condition 
•‘JAMFS BAY 


$9500 


aertr* tv >-ma r b cakaMi 


tab aa w tfi a«i*kia a*raa* aUk 

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;:ru. $15,400 

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rrt ABD VALLA.vr^ aiok 
WAUie MwlR aRS ravic 
B(MD OBLlVt •% CSBUiai i*0B 


$2000 DOWN 
3 Bodrms — Jub«te« 

I Ma M WT a rwa aa aa 
fWat la r*ar (twoB aaag Lau 


NHA 

LANSDOWNE 

$2500 DOWN 


t>>ia «*<r t.«ialaa« ** 
4aat*a a <ak Mart* Irk 
k*k' BaiiTta** u- ka*' 
Jt-vt** Bai i>aiwr • a**n 
r*a*M* far la« a**ra a * 
Oax «• >* w* SI 


$9500 


Oak Boy Realty 


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h«tn* raaw AM 4WWa rw>*- 
Maaa«A aitrkta k*tk a«ia« 
aaa iMUty raaw a<t Thraa 
•na*ai*k« a fia*a ba*k fail 


FAIRFIELD 


LAKE HILL 


MODERN 
NO STEPS 


aM tMBBaa lw*«kar* *<*aiMa>w 

snrs.*.-;. $17,900 

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BKW ittmu ■•Yiuimr. 
W>ai ka*»waar KV 


TAYLOR 

SPITTAL 


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141 CYK VTBT 

B«e rROPKRTItX 


r.:*7f :::% $ 13.650 

I AM A friendly 

LITTLE HOUSE 

I au * a* *a ta >Mk Ba* aa4 aai 
;*•« la MW Ba aa*. aaaM 


JAMES BAY 


Occupy April 1 
1959 


OAK BAY 
6-Room Bungolow 


Saanich Realty 

m) Mwaa-a OBt UM 


$8000 


rr Brtw ABD vora 

ST':.'..:*. _.$'i.’09 

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r*> 4ar4i* AB * IIU 

U*.'i*> on • AM atTir* 


JMEW 2 BR- 


BEFORE YOU 
BUILD or BUY 


ONLY $6900 


QUICK POSSISSION 
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TO BUY OR SELL 
COUNTRY HOMES 


VICTORIA 


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Baarwaa tn**«tmaat Ca U4 
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Attention 


REALTY LTD 


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$1500 DOWN 

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la *cb*«.( ar-a •** Tb«i*- 
aa>-«ra<aa la.ia* aM mu' 
k*'*ra t*a-a4 fa-A* fbll 


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aatwaUal Knak' aM k«4-*aa. 
MTk*la4 1 laan Kaaaalak >r*w« 
raaw IkaM tk»-at*» 4 >!im raaw 
I aaara^K-.i r«t*ta k**wK aM 
aaii atankf'i ki-'tv** I ia*a* k*,k 


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PRICE $7900 
$2000 \X)WN 


HICKS 

REALTY LTD 


HAPPY 


WATERFRONT" 
COUNTRY LIVING" 


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HAU>; 


$8650 

$1900 DOWN 

EARLY POSSESSION 
NO STEPS 


GORGE AREA 


4 SUITES 

OAK BAY AVE 


NEW 


lr«cu 


r- $10,750 

k.u Mt'-aa CVa-klM «..< <«« 

FAIRFIELD SPECIAL 


$8400 

$2000 DOWN 

IMMEO POSSESION 

k'*»a iw » 

(SUMMER 

CONSTRUCTION) 


ON DURBAN IN 
FAIRFIELD ARtA 

IB-Mr r • m4 


$17,900 

YEAR" 


SEA VIEW 


10 YEARS— NHA 


lU H ANTTO to BIY 
HOi:xr.«i 


f O 4a<i,*a I 

HAULTAIN 


$18,000 

CASH* 


MRS. ISABELL 
WELLINGS 


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k«*‘ Oa • kaU* ai'W 

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Mr b*.M. VVJkIkA *ar>r«* 

NEW, BASEMENT 

* *■ >< kc »**•»**•.: 

4r*«a ta t*r*a* at'* •■•% IN>il 

. $9800 

O' «a Oi»a**a. VT 1 klat an- i*# 


KING REALTY 

B4 Tairaw BM^ fV9 

$1000 DOWN 

Mt «T ^ eoLo et’icKt.r 
Oaaft atMia aaa aw Bt«k 
» a a i b i kw aa4 wan wuraMwi 


WEIGHING VALUES’ 


NO BASEMENT, 4 RMS 

k»a«*iak ‘ kllk liraaiari 
aak f l aar* ikraaaMai laraa cktkn 
rtkiaki ktVbaa nwkraa* *i*atk 
N>* D* Uiaa aM raaa* *b*«kl 

■■ $7550 

CV: Mn W*i' fV t till 
r**« rv 


kanaalkk ktlh al l*ki- Ik* 
tAROB kMn f iaa VBRT tJlB«M 
.i*^«4 raaw ana 4MMa >a*w 
BiiiMaai r aaiHr aa. aM iBTUtD- 
kZt ar TB8SD raacMa. 
a waw Tlua m ^ictrt H 


T> <t iw>M«a la Oa* Ba- «ii Okayr 
a ■'•*1 ■ k*ai *>rtti "k aakiiw 
• at kk Ml !'«•>•* <a aHhaala 
*-'Mi at--' >>an»aarMitar» n aaa* 
4>>o at U*<kf »a*m awiaa taaai 
kitakka aM } >*4r mwr fail 
**«*)>> kikaiaai ana aaiawaiw-i 
•M Hai a^ k*at>at smi o ra« 
'•a **a a *aiar bru*h aa4 aa«l4 
k*i*aa** iba *paatiaHy •*. 
BkAk* a **M ra** baai* Vlaa>* 
tan W O Cktrtr IV t- 1747 ar.* 


A6cCANDLESS REALTY 

• li- y Ml a * -a*. » I I aiil 

Taat UMo.a* A ami *>#4 

LOW DOWN 
PAYMENTS 

MW 4aaa C'liy aa ^ar uaa rla** 
M I-W. arla bia i Ikaai 

laataiaa BO Byifk I •m>i 
B itTkawi M« ra»a, Itwaa* 
auk k*a<(* *j»4 at*-* Ura >«i** 
LaaBar**** mm M«a ar (•'-k* 

*•••“ ssaoo 

$2000 FOR HANDYMAN, $4S0 

IkiBrif a- mm 41.* a- IS ••>* 
rirrM lliCAL niB nA<Kn4.i|t 
I M. *<l a*4ri '•» 'irini taoai 
i U akaa aiik aaaa WatkM tar 
W* Hr *ira4 

avr«u.gttr un rrt**^J^uu 

K>*r Mrr U Baai»'<a>» BV « kakk 


WESTERN 


MOUNT TOLMIE 

DISTRICT 


$6000 


CLARKE 

WALLACE 

I «-aai* TV I 1 

ESTATE SALE 


HAYNES 


$1200 DOWN 
SAAALL RANCHER 

UO fATMCNTB HAT BB 
AB UIW M mu 
■w w a Mlram** y«aai*r Bk 
rarw wflBir raaw alt MMaH. 


$9500 


KfiTTar) rBlHUgiOAD 

tft.i atra •# m**** 

ak>* M tk* itft*' .4.1 


VACANT 


$11,950 

B* aaaaWiwtki my Ta *t*a 
kwiatt J n*Maa IV t- MW 

H A. HUMBER LTD 

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lary* !i*ia* raaMi '«• 

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raaw laita uii-m i-aMi *«i 4 .ar 

Bar I airii I laii ana -in** maM 

Wk an kat*r muni a**~i anK 
bb'iiwaita au lam tOOO^ 
ariMH M frtr* f OZXU 

fl*a** a« tar « MB*r TV ) awi 


MT. TOLMIE 
NHA— 4H% 


FAIRFIELD 


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rABut BOR Omftik 
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Small Houses 


PICTURESQUE 
CEDAR Hia HOME 




MEARS & WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD 

lita OAS BAT AW 


FAIRFIELD 

OPPIORTUNITY 


$6500 CASH 


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k»«r<ata>t Ika ranawMat Maaa aM •BraBt 
M tataa. WHk a larr* Bawt rakar ailb 
ti>aaM** a MfRarkW UaiM raaw 
BV 4 kbit *M almtta aaiWW kllrM* BM 
a t*r<1 taaawaai. 4rt*a-la n'M*. 
a«raaaa"r haw aM . a«r* t< 
UM ibta la •a«ak<wMU<lt aril 


DONCASTER 

A rwatwlabM twr-tam UMBkliW 
With ‘<a>kwaia aM taraana T>M 
B**t* bar AM IM ** <kra wM w fw*] 
**f*Maa aa 4. Uaai t» a rv<<>n 

$6975 

Wftw aab far Baar* B-aw 
■TITkai *<*a ORttm 

JOHN GREENWOOD 

US Brw4 Bum 


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CITY BROKERAGE 


DUPLEX, $4000 DOWN 


Brentwood Properties 

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a*'#** al Daaaiiaa ■* 
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aa <ka atarkai itiartiB. 
Ur Daaaia* Baatw 
Naaka* B Ca lit A ' 

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Dm-ini nivriurr rtvBKi*iH 

baia«^ai4 ban** ta*a bitrtian* • 

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(CploHiflt Vki^ i.c. W.4.. 7. m« 


10 MILE POINT 


On Rare Occasions, 
A Display ^Like This 


tnpati^ 


CORDOVA BAY 


SAN JUAN 


kitift 1 q rhr kThtinl TIv*** la • porlialt of • 

of 'h» IMh rwiur> SVnril«n hy Tmioimo 

A monk of llvriy rh«mrt«>i iii Ih^ Hammer <-«tU«rtKin. • 
arwl armoioua artv^niutM. Fia imr rxampl* of ISth ^«ntury, 
ntlppii Ltppi a Car painitr>| 

mHlIo fnat hul laioi ahan fMhar M*m« of thi> .ollMtktn 


B> IN A l> I). I HtHOP> 

II ta (hfftrult to (»htatn (rra' 
paintlnf* of iho paai foi oh 
hibttion putpoaoa aa iha bulk 
of thorn aio alroad> in fnu«to 
um». art gaUario* and privaio 


13 SEA VIEW LOTS 


xoia himaolf Im a Ufa of paint 


Ot't'OBimia thal a mllorllon Ilka 
t h a liammor Cnllortlon la 
availahk and tl la dua lo (ha 
fart thal t'lrtnrla in* Ima a 
firapTOot t*U^*y hava 

baan abla to hi ing It hata 

Such axhibiduna aKrart 
laiKo rnmda and ara Hrall 
uorth tha frouhia and a\|ianaa 
Involvrd. fi»i ihry may bring 
lo wma pattpla tha initial a« 
jiarlanra * t ( h ma'»iarpia«'a« 
and offat a brtaf gllm|Mia of 
graatira* 

A* grr<«l pamiing i<i ha 
fulU an^*>**«1 mu»t ha •a»w-, 

again 


OFF PAT BAY HI WAY 
NHA API»ftOV£D 


log 

Ignoring Iha a«'i lr«i«<iitral 
nutinnk of tha pria»(a. tha )ov 
ial monk lookad upon tha Ma 
donnaa aa Jnvalv aubjacti foi 
hia biuah aiwt brought to paint 
ing mura «ublk •^•loc and pu 
atir faalihg <^Mnbtnod with 
wofldlt /aat 

Tha alory goa« (hat ha kid 
ru|>ptH] l.ui'iatU RmII a baau 
liful nun and ihai *a bora 
him a *un out of uaiilotk Thia 
win waa rillppino iJppi »hn 
wa* lo hatirma a fam^tua 
patniai 

Tinioiaiin. of lha V'ritaiian 
«<'hnoi »ra« on^ of tha w<«rld'a 
mn«i ptolifir poinlata Ifii 
langa wa« ramaikabla ha 
palnlad all amta of hiMorlral 
and mvlhologhal aubtarta, aa 
wall aa innumarahk ponraita 
artd rahgkHia thama* 

Ma waa • alkd ’*Tha Thundar 
boh " on a<Toun( of ht« tarr^fk 
aiiarg) and hi« "Paiadlaa ' 
wh;.-^ now har.!f> in tha (V; il 
PaUca •• i-tifnpktad aflat 
h~ T(» It mr.i _;r* r,y 


KM»H TOMt.Hr 


1959 SPECIAL 


art<t at.iin lha ihraa 
waak ahowirig of (ha Hammar 
Cnikrtion will ba all Ino ((hurt 
It mnaiata mainly of Outrh. 
FVmlih and Kalian painllng* 
of lha I7ih ranlury but lhaia 
aia al*n aailkr aaampka. Ilka 
lha ‘'Madonna and (Itild' by 
Fib Filippo Ijppt which ba 


HOOT* aaaaicB avoavrma 

Lta “Mna* 'M 


In hi.« dny. lha (krton who modalkd for lhi» maak 
nuy hAva haan a Wg nowa in hi* conimunlt\ Bv 
our rUndnnla ha isn't h«n<lsoma. but that (ioaMi't 
pravani Rita Rhinrt. of tha Royal Ontario Mu-k^m. 
f'-om apprat’iatinc tha fina hUtoriral point* of <H>a 
of tha - If) African mi«^k« on display at lha Toronto 
muBawm 


Des^fotely 

Needed 




aUon 


1 hutulerout Hiujit in Iftanhiit 


Sportswear Oddments 

Croup inriuda* hlouor» rayon rwood akirtt, 
•trip^ >arkat*. rayon tw » od $ 90 

•Um )lm* and ofhar oddmantA I ^ 

Brokan *i»aa Radurad lo JL and nad 


_ yy w CALCARY '.‘P' Tha At m«»tar) • 

I I 1 i I I I --^S haria Oil and Conaarva m-ni Ti 

I I II I I 1 I I 1^ I (Km Buard bagar. haannf* gtaaiar ir 

S V/ V" ■ ^ 1 w T\»«»ad#y of appltcaltoni by rmlaatlon 

two rompania* lo axpnfi a 

|T I I Iota! nf ASROOOnno cubic faar 

h\|)lo(le ^ 

I Tita appii.-«ti:.-'« aia frtim 

Wa*imoBi TVan*rm-“‘ — ' Ltd 
ng«-?« m a pa.-.g Albi«i la and --‘'hat n f Ua 

• hcd h- .-ictwl* Both aia amanriad «pph 

Arwitbaf foot died a* lha> , atinna of aubmiaaiona ra)aciar. 

( in a • '•ffaa altop a>:: --- iba tha board ui«l yaai 
,m.w alraat fr.an lha bU.» ^ apph. .twna laquaal 

A^mg Iba tj^anU in lha 

MWlng, wara Iba naw-papar. ^ ^ aubmlMiona a. wall 

.^hul f.k.pr~ .rul r«. 

^ •rw under .- -ruract lo rha 

(ma of tha building owner* 

(d the aapkMMn appeared to *b*P****^ 

-ma from a warahouae in tba Alberta and doutham pro 
or in which .'hemicala and kU gaa tn th# CaU 

bar inflammabia f>*Kl* ware fotrua arao wnd Waatroa*! lo 
..rvU lb# northwraaia, M ‘>ialaa Thair 

lina of ibe two buildlnga plan -'-aJI* for ronainiction of 
a* mmpkiaiy rrurebkd Th« a |wnl pipallrte from tho Al 
her ^":»ing tba newvpapara. barta bor-kr through tba 
okad aa it It* batit and had t'row*ne«t P«m lo tha I'nitad 
■an athed #wa> Slate* bnrdar al Nawgair. B C. 

Tha aaphwi^m ...«r;ad al appileatv waa al«» 

a be.fhi of midmormng Tranat'ana.U Pipa 

affU Poli.w off tba additional aaimn 

■ea and dixarted al) traffic permit on 1 inn nnn OOO (W) 
inaty •ninutaa latar^ irktima ^ 

C H Slaar ivtunaal fer lha 
Canadian Waaiam Natural 
(«a* Cmnpany and Northwa«i 
I'lilltlaa aaid Tran* Canada 
••muld not gat th* **tia ga* 
uniil It ha* given a**urance* 
that tba futui* ga* naeda of 
Iba provlnca can he met 
Ma Mid r..4 rompania* h«d 
ao fai falkd to aarur* a run 
tra.'t with Tr4rT±rjtnada that 
would giv* them firvi mil on 
fa« Otherwl** da«tinad for 


I WANT LOTS 


W 1 U aa or* * 

THl KMIIAY 

I’lClIi \Y and 

HATI KDAY 

e*iT or !*<■ «*ia 


All havo quiltad Umng button to-nai k 
•txka. two «tyk* lo chnnae frttm 
CMton «heen* and paarilied ckHh 


I.-.fANMl’L -AP- 

>r - wr<« fa.ira.) |i i|kd *no 
It -'var:'’.-. ir.piied o< • 
..r>iki'-.>k a\py in ^avia. 

nwd 


4*> ib*i kitattarad two 
i'sl f» u! Moiex rtffi-a b 
in old ikntiai fatanbul 
Tt-'*« of Ih* daad wai* pa* 


56’*>S8” Packaged Skirt Fabrics 


f^ach pnrkafo rontaina ona yard of Muting idaal 
Inr 1 yard akirU Fabric* inHuda novelty *ult- 
big* oubby waava a . bntchar Unan and 
other Spring fabric* Rayon and rayon 
bland* A*aorted color* Apa Ha l \J 


USED CAR? 
MORRISON 


0 riinmr >|»rrrh 

1 i»a m ember elai-t (..r Ro** 
I-. rrail fk'! -Ul L Bn**h*r». 
Ill mo xa lha rep*' ’**• 

. fn»rn U»a Tbrnna al the 
.. .if Iba kx>*kuur* whu-:. 

a.' Prrmtar Hannan 


CANNES 


62 ACRES 


36^ Cotton Prints 


Quality cotton print* In a w'tde aaaortment of 
roloriaet and wtuhabk print* -d 

fdaol for aprona. dra aa ea and I wJ 

tummar *kirt* Bperlol X c/ 

U\ OMIN SAY COMPAN). draw g«a»d«. 

ft aa M ow floor tiwl 


\1tTOKIA1l ORM.INAL 
FIKN AND ( Hip AHOP 
AIM R laiT 

l.Slfl RKOAD RTR>:»n 


P. R. BROWN 


Hv.lop Namrtl 
Thorn** Hyilop wpeHn 
rwuaiB tar • **«▼••• *•< tanrktit of land* fm tha R.C 
govemmanl. ha* haan namad 
cwtaM** •• pwie* .bairman ’if Vlrtort* aac 

•M ww-ta* •• a* H'«tonr*l A-j*!* 

*• *M •« tia** I M • • tkm «ucreadlng Jama* K 
.T« W Uw 0**r* s' jw*- Va^hitt 

r I e* -!•- *•« « w«y * «i Other offtcer* are Oi Rnh 
art M Lana flrat vlcechalr 


Thf FiMSt In 
Goldtn Irown 
Fish and Chips 


ATkKTw TtlMOKROH 
Rai HarrlwMi. Ka* Kamtall 


F)r*t qualltv tabnc* thal are ilightly counter 
anikd alJ are mmpktgl) waahable Broken 

•tze* artd *t>k* mnai are ahortka J 

W’bi'e and a few other* /M 

•pariaJ 


"Tkt MMlCtStt Ibkitlltt' 

In 1 okw 

Pt I'H— Mk-bay Rouway In 
'Awly Hard* i «wna« Hnnia' 


BERRY. FARM 


Burn* ^-ond vkecbairman. 
Mr* (.> 11 ! Richard* •erraiary 
and Ml** Nalk K Wyla# 
treaaurer 


S9500 


Cmm 

MnriM SStvtlitr 
Libit Jiirrfii 

*4 lai. aa*. aat. tn. •** 


Spanish Ciassts 


r»n rvlaa in rh-vxa* frnm *aamtaM gnd Ititl 
toMtMMiad bi two weight*, aervke for everyday 
wear and evening aheer for lata day wear Not 
an alzaa in every type, but all sixa* 
repreaented Beige color / SJ 

Slaas as to 11. I A/ 

■I D*aONll RAT COMPANY, 
gtwvea and hoatery, mala 


Chinas* Foot! 


Y.M.C.A.— 7.30 p.m 
TOMfiirr 

In tha ('hih K<N>m 


Mada in Holland candy i* indixxluaUy wrappad 
Flavor* almond walnut, hazlenui. A ^e 

pnanut and rum 1 lb kHa /% 

npariaJ 

■1 RAT CX>MPAHY. fwodlaa. moia 


Japanese Mirth-quake ! 

NO. 1 BOY AT HIS FUNNIEST! 


Boys’ Corduroy SUcks 


kxrrtiJryr «* 


Corduroy alaefca with boxer wahu. 
pocket* at the back and a Hpper fl> 

Color* brown naw and rhamonl 
iira* -Vg Af 

■1 IPaONH RAY ftlMPANY. 

ctilMreo’* wear, trd 


two patch 

S •• 


Evarytbing 
Ha's Evsr 


••a 

Anna 

Rhih 

«l*rrW« m 
•• a»iNi>* 


4arr>’» • 
ArrPain la a 
Rruad'Naw 
Hrawa! Now 
dnjMsn'a lha 
Ijind of lha 
RUing n .N! 


Complatalv wathabk with ponakid backing and 
(tinged and* Idaa) tor iMng room. /bbS 
bad i oom or den Choice of evdor* grex 
green, mae. bitte and beige nperkal A* 

Ml OBONH RAV rOMPA.YY. 

floor taxveritt ga . 4th 


Luthtr 
\ Mteks" 


Abwwmg 
at 1 M. 

4JW. AM 


Kedture nl 1.02. 3.07, 
5.12. 7.17. f.n 


Made from hone china snth atirarttx* 
Qoial pattern* Cup mme* with the 
trax 


Hpertol. each Ax 

■I imO^fR RAV «X>MPANY. 

ehtaiawaro. trd 


nOCMETS 


Dooble-Bod Sheets (Subs) 


the wear «iTe PlxlOO M'hiie •<mon 
Limit one per ruatomet /R 

RpertaJ. pair a 

■I DOONH RAT 4 0 MPANV •Saplea. fed 


STARTS 

TODAY 


knuivGUtSON Donald SWDCN 


TECHNICOLOR 


TRAAT 

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WASHINGTON .I PI. A 
•rt^ntlflr fimip pin- 

p<nr<1 I mnllt-fnllllnti <tnll«i. 
iO^ear ciudy ifi find out v%hat 
fti* radKuiciKa aarth mifht ha 
dome 10 lha health of Amai- 
Irano. 

Virluall) all (hat U known 
low radiation dnaaa aiama 


from laboratory roaearrh mhK 
mira. Srlaniiat* agraa that 
whai happana to a mmjir ■« 
not a Mfa tndlcalicm nf what 
hapiirna to man 
Tha pro$M>Mil for Ota \'S. 
■tud> Haa made hv Iba ram 
mlltaa on pattMilogic affarta nl 
ai«»mir radlathm of tha Na- 
tpiiial Aiwdamy of St'kamaa 

Ih Shialda Warren, of 
. i 


Haivard Unlvaralty aald tha 
aurvay would coat about STN).- 
000 to tl.N10 0nn a year for 
2f) >aar« 

It would involve at leaal 
2 .nno.onn paraima i.onnnno 

aarh frvm a region of high na- 
tural background radiation, 
aurh aa Denver or Salt Lata* 
t'liy or both, and a region of 

aa San Kranctaco 


Sharp diaagieemenl exiata 
among oriantiaia about tha 
bodily atfecti on man of long 
expoaure to tow lev^ of ra- 
diaiion aurh aa ihoaa from 
radium and pMaaalum In the 
ground and the much lower 
hn-ela from bomb teat fall-out. 

Warren's rommlttae took la- 
Bue with last year's report of 

committee which appeared In 


pikcea to imply that aurh 
threahokU probably did not 
exist 

Although bomb test ^ll-otii 
{onsIMutes only a small frac- 
tion of the rattolMKi to whltSi 
man la axpoeed conetantly. 
many persona have aelxed on 
the no-threshold poaatbiltty aa 
an argument against atomic 


Warrdn ronienda there la 


not enough tnlnrmatlon at 
hand to reach a firm conrlu- 
aion either way. 

The proposed study would 
noi be an allempi to replate 
mke wilh men aa laboratory 
anmiata. Rather N would in- 
volve exhaustive study of a 
reghm'i vital aiatlatlca and of 
Individual diagnoses, post 

praiaai of ail aeurres of radia 


lion exposure and analysis af 
population movements and 
iharat'ierlatU's. 

Inftfonailon thus gtraned 
shout the two regions would 
be compared to show the rela- 
tive -in<-tdence of radiation in- 
jury. This m turn would thiow 
light on the threshold problem 
and provide a baaia for calcu- 

man can endure. 


(Jergv Bulges 
l o Please Hosts 


AIK\1I*HIS (I PI)— A Memphiv pbyxicMn. I>r. 
Otis Harr, has wmraed mlnisterx axalavt overeAling 
when their partOiioners incite them lo dinner. 

He loM a ministerx' meeting that he appre<-i- 
ate« a nitnivler'x wUh to please the hosts h> taking 
second helpings, but said tun-thIrds of the 
peeaefcers lie see% peotewsiomally are osenaergfit. 


Bed Subs Prowling Our (Coasts 

ijiulerwdler Burglar A larin 

Biggest Defence Aeed JAow 


aila ®oloiti 35 i 

y tmvintrer hlnfui'$ Sinc€ IH,yH 


^o. 21 — >IOIai >K\K 


M raara aaitt 
It canrs ai-xasr 


Telephone •^F.y « 1 *// / / 


II 30 p m to t a m 

Editorial KV 34jU9 or 
Circulation , , , , JIV' 

Sports 37UOO 


Islarul forecast: 
showers 

mixed wilh snow 


lOe«aUs M pago I) 


MrrOKi V. RRITISH COLI MRIA, ^KhNf>i|)\Y, JAM ARY 7, 1959 


18 PAQKS 


Moon 

Full 

Of Oil? 


LONDO.N flTIl — A 
SovK»l aricntul. who pe- 
rently claimed to have dtx* 
covered volranio activity on 
the moon, now thmkx there 
atxo may he nil and traa 
there. Moscow radio Mid 
Tuesday 

Prof NrHnlai Korytev has' 
done furthei research in show 
the moon may have "many 
exits of natural gas" 

"Tbis would mean that m 
the direct virinity one may ex- 
pei t to find depckMis of oil ' he 
aeuk. 

The moon's possible ml sells 
and natural ga« could he used 
as "a source of energy for 
fuel and transportation by a 
cosmic station set up on the 
distant SAteiliii’ 


Dogfish 

liounty 

Posled 


OTTAWA 'CP' The fish 
enes department Tuesday an 
nounred a bounty on dogfish' 
predatory west mast fish of 
■ he shark family that latises 
heavy tiamage tp sslmun fish 
Ing nets i 

The bounty uf 10 rents a 
poufMl of dogfish llvei delu 
eied to livei oil pfocesaing 
I'Unta M effet'itve Jan. 12 'Thf 
government has ptar^ a ceil 
Ing nf g1.10.iKin on the total 
bnvinly tn he paid 

In sddumn. the department 
l« planning in chariei five 
dtsggers to rsrrv out dogfish 
klHlng nperatinns. 


Inside 

Today 


< amhw 

Mfiamdal News 

(tardon Moles 

Kadle Pfsigrams 

Mnrlai 

Hport 

Te«e%lsln«i 

Theatres 


l)iKlors Told: 

Ignore 

A-War 


Off lo Sunny 

Sunny Hawnii. iKrp we mme. any IfM('S Venture 
cfldpt* fJordnn Mtiins of Vancouver, left, and 
(inrdon Reid. 1103 Hadfield Avenue. Vinona They 
are tun of the approximately l(R) offh'cr cadets 
leaving here at 9 a m. this morning for ooe-month 
training cnii<<e aboard four fngalea of Kourth 
('anadian KM*ort Squadron. — tt'oionist photo.l 


MIAMI BIIACH na. ifPIl | 
I — Tho navy surgeon general 
, said Tuesday that In caae of 
aiomic attack dodors would ; 
i have to vtriuaily Ignore about 
'ao per rent of the raaualtles 
«bo would be critically injured 
and dvmg 

Rear Admiral Bartholomew-, 
! W Hogan said doctors woufd ■ 
, have more than they couM 
I handle just tryirqj to save the 
i hundreds of ibousanda with a 
I chatK e to retxiver 

'HWgan MNf HMS'TiWUWf «sf.' 
hydrogen bomb attack which ' 
could wipe out a dly and ren 
der umnhabitable thouaands of ' 
square miles, necessitates a 

plans In rase of enreny attack 
qi KK l>M HIOMW 

J 

Dtsiews wuuld ba\e to I 
I quickly select which patients' 
' had a chance of turvtval and - 
needed surgical care 

He estimated that M per 
'rent nf ihe Injured woubi need 
only minor care and first aid 
Another 30 per rent would 
need immediate emergency 
:surgerv Twenty per cent 
lould have surgery postponed 
without danger and 30 per 
rent would he rrlticaity Injured 
and dving 

"Those who have hopeleM 
injurtea.' he said. "shnuM rwH 
‘consume the time of any aur 
germ who might be able to 
s|iend hit lime in actual Mfe- 
I MVlng proreduret" on other 
'pailerta ^ 


Appearing ta dnjoy vtitt to U.S is Sovi^ Deputy 
Premier Anastas Mlkoy'in. left, pictured in Wash- 
ington with Soviet Ambassador Menshikov. 


Ingtratl of Military 


Mikoyan Backs 
Nixon’s Pica' 
For Trade Vi'ar 


Conlinenl’s Big (lilies 
‘Zeroed In' lor Kill 


NEIW YORK (UPI) — The biggest defeno# 
problem for Canada and the United States 
may not be concerned with ballistic missiles or 
aircraft at all, experts said Tuesday — it may 
be the search for an underwater burglar alarm 
system. 

TW underwater alarm ays 
tern la needed to detect Soviet 
submarines which are now 
generally admiited to be prowl- 
mg our maatx and the coahta 
of Western Europe generally. 

TTteae Russian submarine 
rioOllat may have planted 
markers on Ihe ocean floors w/ 

off the shore of North Ammca ^ 

from ivhich they have Mont* BP 
real. TNironto New York. , 

Waahington. Oetroti and other 
strategic cities "ceroed In** for n||| 

underwater attack with nu - 1 
clear missiles 

DICTCtTIAR 40B > Bj^B 

Radar annar magnetic air w 
horne detection and the other 
I multi btUion dollar equipment 
, can lad hg. Raar AdQurai Johna 

S Tarh's anti-submarine task | T 

force, aimply la ndi yet able to I • IHPBiBH 
; do the detective )ob 

I Radar does not penetrate ELIZABETH t>UNCA>l 


Fnlirc Fniverse in Range 
For Rockets. Says Expert 


MilRCXiW -AP - .Soviet 
•rienliait —lit Tuesday Me< h 
Is • ■pare vnyagr ran be rnn 
sidcied a dtess retiearsal for 
bigger ai>d better rnrkris. 
though (hey haven't yei licked 
(he re-eniry problem for 
manned flights. 

"I ran assure you we will 

• 1 slop al Ihl*. ' Vine Presl 
rient Alexarvlet l»p< hiev of 
(he .Soviet Academy of -Sci- 
ences fold a preM omfeience. 

Aiademlrlan Anatoly Bla 
goriiavnv saU no man has 
fiown in a ru'kei and how 
soon he does (|y will depend 
on how senm we have a«aur- 
amei he will he able lo return 
safely ' 

Blagonravov reported (hat 
(he succrnful laufM htng of 
(he rmkei Mechta friday 
marked (he first Russian at 
*(amp( i« pul a projaetde out- 


ANATOLY BLAGONRAVOV 


side the eaiiha gravtiaitonal 
field 

"The r e hm't a spot In the 
universe today which could 
not be reached by rocket ** he 
said Thta wnuM of course re- 
quire time, but the wait would 
not be long." 

Toprhlev annourwed that 
Mi>chla which he iSecrIbed as 
the boldest project ever con 
relvred by man has prartirally 
eniered orMi as Ihe solar aya- 
tem’a first arilfMlal planet. 

He said it had whixxed about 
SOOnoo milea from the earth 
arvd more than SlO.ilOO miles 
beyond (he rtKioa. which It 
passed at N4T3 miles an hour 
Sunday 

The rocket la far beyond 
optical (racking rww and lU 
ladio Is dead The sdendsta 
said M had sucreasfull) com 
pleted all tasks assigns^ lo N 
bafora passing aut of rangs. 


WASHINGTON 
Soviet Deputy Premier Anas 
las I. Mikoyan toM Vice Presi 
dent Richard Nixon *rvrsday 
that he fully supported Nixon's 
plea for economic rather than 
military ixtmpelltlon between 
the iwo countnea 

The two government leaders 
met for more ihan two hours. 

Mikoyan toM reporters after 
(he mnlereftte that Nixon re 
pealed lo him the views he 
outllrved in a London speech 
last year calling on the United 
Slates and Rusala "to compete 
In the erortomk- field. Impmv 
Ing the welfare of oor people, 
rather than lit# military flekl " 

Mikoyan aaid that when 
Nixon expressed the thought 
Khrushch^ "supported and 
welcomed M " 

•Today," Mikoyan said. "I 
too lend my full support to 
that Idea *nvat Is a sphere In 
which we ran find a common 

language " 

The meeting came after (op 
American nffictals reported 
that Initial talkk with Mikoyan 
had cooled off the Beilin crisis 
and may lead to easing of 
other East West tensions. 


But Mikoyan. asked whether 
he had indicted tn Nixon any 
change In the .Soviet pnsillon 
on Berlin, replied that "one 
does not change a good poat 
Hon " 

The .Soviet leader did not 
reply directly when asked 
whether he raised the question 
nf Nixon gotng to Mowvm to 
return hts visit 


l)e (jiaulle 


water It can't find a sub- 
marine ‘ . u ' water, a 

though It IS useful finding subs 
that surface 

Sonar's urKterwater range 
still la onh a few hundri^ 
yards It takes many hours to 
track down a suapccled enemy 
submarine by sonar. Mean 
while I* boats migbi destroy 
several CarMdtan and Amer 
lean clues 

And both radar ar>d sorvat 
have the serious defect that 
the Mips on thetr screens made 
by a submarine can easily be 
confused with iho«e msde by a 
whale or a large school of 
fish 

Magnelk Airborne Detection 

MAD - as If Is called la u«e 


fl Mother 

Mean 

— Pleads 

r>d sorvat 
feet that 

ens made T • - 

rr. Insamlv 


Magnelk Airborne Detection VENTTRA, Calif lAP) — 
MAD as If Is called Is use Mrs lUlxabeih Ann Duncan 
ful bvit only detects the enemy pleaded riot guilty Tuesday to 
suh when the plane or hell- • nturder charge in the siran- 


copter la right over It 


gulailon of her daughter m- 


Resign 


PARIS irpli — ITemier 
Charles de Gaulle disclosed last 
night that two .Socialists mem 
hers of Ins cohtnei. Ittcludlng 
pariv chief Guy M<>||ei had 
resigned In protest against his 
severe new austerity program. 
Rhorlly afterward. 1000 work 
era staged a Pstls street 
demonstration agsinat de 
(Uulla austerity. 


So the search now is for Ittb Her ariomry sdchHt for 
underwater burglar alarm ay IniKs'ent by 

stem a practical method of reason of insanity 
anchoring aonar devkes on the la acruaed of hiring two 

ocean bottoms along our laborers to kill Olga Duncan, 
coasts that would warn of the 30. Auih«»ritles say she was 
presence of submarines and jealous of the slirartive Cana- 
relay the warning ' dian nurse 

However, considering Ihe The elder Mrs tXincan a 


tXmean a 


great range of mlaslles that lawyer asked that ihe inal ba 
can he fired from the decks held outside Ventura County, 
of submarines or even from saying public opinion here is 
submerged submaiirves. the inflamed agamsi her His mo- 


prnapeci 

brighi 


kin't iMNi was denied 

Tbearmn aet Mr«. Dvirtcan t 


Indeed as now. It |s an dim trial forreb. Ik and appotnted 
that naval men and air force two psyrhiatrlsta lo examino 
men generally admit that the ber * 

only ame defence Canada and Mrs Duncan s co-defendants, 
the United Rtaies have against Lula Moya and Augustin# Bal- 
Sovtet tubmanrvas it dipio- doruidn. won s week's delay in 
mary entertnif (heir pleas 


Air of the Dog That Bit You 
May Be Mastiff of Your Fate 


IX3NDON I Reuters I A Dr Guy Daynes, writing on The character of dogs, un dog's character cannot be In- 
Bniish doctor said Tiisertsi m <*hanting peraonallty" in 'like hiimana. ewna surprtslnglv fluenced lo any great extent by 

AnM owner tend* to him current laaue of the Medi ^rue to breed snd It Is moat in (he ownri 

ral Preaa, mid aome persons leresting to walfh a dog owner Thus o w n eis tend to grow 
hts dog fMH the other way change thetr character because attune his or her character to like them dogs rather than fh# 
I around. I they keep g dog. t that of Ih# dog beraus# ih« other way gr^nd." 


MuUi-MUUon Dollar Study I rged 


Would Inrolve People 


Wlial Is Nalure’s Radialion Doing lo Man’s Health? 





6 BhUii (TninnlMt Vlf«®rU. 1C., , j««. 7. 1J59 


B> JIM TA.NCi 

Vlrlorta CnuKArv playH 
otw nf thoir typU*al gamra 
at M4<rtM)nal Ai>na laM 
night- hlouing altrmaiHy 


zirwi atvi um ar m® «ra=aru 
high for th* MMt ihi* 
aon and nin# mor® than h* 
At’oaad «U la«< aaaaon ai 
Thi®v Rivrti Halluk a ganM> 
wtiuwr taaa hia 


p®tt®d h# will ha ahl» to pU> 
•<«lur(Uy night in Saw Waal 
rmiiatar. 


Ih# crHigara. 


Totems Lose 
To Edmonton 


rnugar* w#ra navar 
mora i>pu-»l than ihav waia 
In lha at *>nn t«-;a<i th>rd p. , 
" Tt- ^ frtj- 

‘‘‘ ' ’yhlg aftaJ h" 

' • •" lrr“.--<tiaia! 


Hainliraftltc 

ih-’ r>eu Iv-ftirtnod V'lctnna U’h 
:’*l» .a K. ;.t . . 


MnmK 

Sdo?1% 


Kortn?r, Wallvi TInkfriHt'ri, 
i'l D--'n Hilli.-* of th«» a^-- 

i i \ I. i,i. L Bntv, Tfrry 
im Sh;tnk> on !h^ thui-rh tram. 


■V 's'^ad T:} KltMONTOi^ F>tm«mtun 
= :f; ir„.i n>ara movad aia pdinia ahaad 
fn*ll avan aaiwnd piac-a t'algary 

.^■■mpadara m lha aaatam dlvl 
f-t-rfi o| tha W’a«larn Hofkf> 
L-.-^gua la«i nijhi adglng lha 
«r«iarn divtaioh laading !W«l 
iia Totama ^ i. bafora 4 . pm 
fans 

Klvan fitad Ihtaa unar>swar 

?«l .tt <h* ?»!« ffm^rnT. - 

than {»a}d *>n /of tha aa 

'^itia want !• iia < ..i 

vtiaight dafaai nn lha praiilaa 
HtMtkia Murrav Ollvat. Jack 
Handr'rkann ar^ Don Pnila 
Harw tha Kdmonton marka 


Bulloch's Happy Now 
— Dravvino Full Salary 


^ran. if. 
bar hit 

dmppad 
~ Rr jv 
:vtd two 


TwMHla »lr.. 
R('N aurhng h 


mirfH 
In rac^nt 
rtpial v>aa 
ahtiva Tnp 


nhn irahhad lha puck 
and «wapl If .-.;:t 

»S>U Ha -;-l • ?tf 

->llniia<| In 
mt it f(,i almnai a 

' aft ‘‘l# I'tttiraim Ian 

Z ^ tip n*'lv wf 
R ing Jv Uaa al«o 


to hotinm aia K. <>ui 


aall. That wnn ‘’R'' f 

^ and grand aggragaia. 


BigVidoria Entry 
In Duncan ’SnicI 


•hnvm 


^la\ Otmadti '•! 


'■’I'Si'A^' Vrtona almf'*! 
mau^r.-i lha hnma anirv in 
Ilia annual Dun.a'^ Hn-«pial 
whwh opana at 9 inniofww 
mr-rning 

A han aniria* rtoaad. of 
riciai* •wuniad up to llnd 17 
rinka .~.nl> Ihiaa «horl of lha 
tnaaintunt .*(lKlaan vtara ftwm 
Dumn and 14 li»»m Vi.”" u 
waa rapraaantad hv 
I' Zn and thara Ma« r- 
tumt v’fmkhar. I.aK.- 
I*»ii Alhaim t'invardala and 


i»4 Ikon II' — jmw 

ItlaiMv drM »f NMI. Mijta 
meat*. aMHl l<ta«4at that 
l..^^ga ifuMthi Imlaih. 
iwn manacaf h $ T«wt»nh» 
Maida l^atv ha* rar««a«| Im 
ntaka ant trad*** wtCh hi* 
PfUt.it Hfd WlHt*. 

'I|r ■ * thara la at* |M»int 
In litaklttg a dral wMh Pa 
trttll hataitaa II niuhl halp 
lha H >ng« ■'•at TttrtMltt mil 
«d lha piat^dr*." \<Um* 
«ahl "Thai * a *illt aigu 
mant It I rtar haard u«ka 
Hf * m«m **-arHt h> Uka a 
rhani a ' 


O ffO«n 


ancouver 


•Had A 


tta«<f >l**nc ■■‘d 

Atl* ..f A**-‘! ' - 

. han laniHrl. 


V A .srotr V f!R «T 
Ai.M.a Mnnra hghi haavv 
natfhi .-tiamplon nf tha nor Id 
ar,.i :;-sa \at:r.nal Brt»ing A* 
. • flghiat of lha vaar 

• t i a «i* nnind a»h:h:?i-rfi 
Tiara Jan Jg 

rrf=rr---iar Karl Kat^- aaid 
T^jjpponani wi" ;ihai> 
ha a.that NVidia t'ntion of 
>^ania nr unhaaian Tarry 
L.-rA;: nf Spnkana W aC. 

Thara all] alwi ha a light 


.Vana 


hrlrmE. fhip In 


Rinka will play m four Iro 
:i avania and ara a^ wt «f 
mini.-^.Miti of four ga iiif *. 
n*l« will ha pla)ad Sunday 
Ihmadav - diawc :,p to and 
^'tudiiig C p m : 

* * • ■ a #«•••» >• o 


ision 


III T< HI>S. Tat . kPl— 
R W HiaginhnthaMi. Til. of 
PoJIa*. Tat . daaldag Sundar 
nlna dagraa* ahtita aarn 
|tm onld fttr dilrk 

hunting. 

Ha row ad mil ht a blind 
and waitad taln|> for duikt. 

W han ha dat Ma«| to raluni 
Hnma. H look two frtanda 
and ahartfr* dapultaa lo 
hraok M« hr»a4 twil of tha law. 


Tl.:- Wa*h! 
LHagn t'allf 


on of ,'i=r; 

ami frumar 


^ ^ K- Tmiighr* Ihr night lhat innii- 

har> of lha R C. I i«»n« IttnlhalT rltib HilT drahla 
whathar or not to *al| Jha BIKI tram to pritata 
ln\a*tiir>. 

Inmial mr*ating. lalWril up In Ilia liH-al prr** 
for lha pa*l fan waak*. Ilkal> ttlti raiarl lha offart 
of Ihraa grmi|»* of woiiM-lia pmmnlrr'i Mowatar, 
lhara't harn mut h bahlml-lha *miia* |«ihh>mg lo 
maka *tira that lha rhih manihani Mill ralam lha 
rluh on a piihl:; -onnarthip h«*i*. 

Ona hiintlrril and Ihirit fita rluh maml>rr\ 
mat al Marina Dma <ii>Jf (liih hi«l .Hatiinlai aflar- 
nrton lor a ganami ili*rii**iitn »f lha mant problamt 
that fara lha I.innt. (>it| of that mraling rama a 
group (if nina who mat pra*.* rapratanlalita* Mtio- 
dat and announrafl that lhatr grmip wan tigoritti»h 
oppo*ad lo ant *ala 

\ *|H»ka*man tnid “wa far! thal thara hat 
timph out bran *urii«'ianl lima m whirh lo maka 
aM-4nlalligrnl a**a**manl ol lha*a oflar* and lhal 
tha *uhta« | of lha «alr thoiihl ha ilrlrrratl until a 
futura data.’* 


KKRM H ( PU.Mir UlMt 

tiRILVOHI.K Kiarvr 'Rati j>,, 
tati* rVfwning ('ollaga of 
‘ -“'Nidga Mn* haalan l|4 w» 
hv nrar>o.hja I'mvaraitv In a 


f'«llrr«4Ui. 


• goal* wara h: Rugby ( ntow mairh Tuaadav 


By W'jiif DUran 


Rebel Rowers 
Absent Again 




U5NIW1N -AP 


Oxfor-i 

I’nivarRity trainad Tua*da) tnr 
, lha lOftif, rowing of tha br;.rM 
at ' rnra againat Camhtidga but It* 
^ two tiar Amartran oar*man 
j I wara miaaing Tha loog Intra 

1 In lha baill# ovar towing 

mathntla ■!- : riad mU daxatci -fl 

1 ..!.: an> raat pa»---“ 

Road Ruhtn of Saw York 
aod t'haila* L <>tima« of 
Loruat Vallay. tjxng laland, 

I will piohahlx aiili ha mia*iog 
ftom lha craw on boat rara 
dkv. Mnrrh 3R. 

■ ■ A dtaputa ovar rowing larh- 

* \i^ nw|uaa and training |i*a hahityl 
tha ahaarww of lha formar Yafr 
atart 

^k I in run |jhp y^^r Ruhtn IM a 
wa* vh* ravolt again*! lha official 

T'nd rowing mathod- aftar 
howoff ha camhndga won lha IPVI t*«a 
: lha fan* tha rahaU di«handad and 

mo*l of lham ra|tHnad lha of 
final tamp Rut KuNn thowad 
T!**^**‘ R® daalra lo rompata fur jf, 
Oafoid «Taw u*tng tha mc|hr*ri» 
rhall. look h, had arliicifad 
on# hand „ « 

alihin fiva «^nmc» aupponad Ruhin 

Bui a amall maiiar of • -T^th 
ofaa«ifir'-|a firima* final braalr 

it dlala.la 

'tformanra Ha'< aiw4> « worn a rioth 

it maka- rap whtia rowing r.. m ihr 
aa*v Olvnipi. ' firlmaa wnra iha 

mas ha *am« - ^ >h prwilminary iiiai* 
Bta right lata laat soar, hut Oxford 
tun whUa roach Jnmho Rdwarda announx 
cad to lha rowara that ha 


would have r.n ona in hia boat 
who wora a rap 

Tha Ar’ tn nevgr la- 
iiirnrd for iratning. And. wi 
far. Mt- haa not barn a«kad in 
return 


Lniunlinn ' H alter II 


Ha ha ‘ .;i itv* *iad *'• play 

hr |i - t'anada In tha An-.-;. -a 
>!•. S up matrhaa at Maxteo Oly 
'It JtKl had tha ir .at m hi* 
M pockat To gat a IIMI# aaira 
•r. |.-.-.r.r*l mooay. Ha - m g 
'll. of il>^ nf amataur golf 

pt hr had .-umuiaiad 


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a*«m« •laMafa Twta- 
to»«« 

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M - Uawr 

I M • t M la ta 

ToHonaow 

« «• I* ** n HU 

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IS t* t karra **r« 1 *^ 

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Wmi M«kr 


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VHTOKIA, BKiriMI COI IMHIV, VKONKSDW, JAM ARY 7 , 


>MONO NKUS SMTION 


Mauldin Millivork 


S' *•* 


New Langford Mill 


Employ 




No Fatalities 



Drivers 
Take 
A Bow! 


Mntoi Vrtilci* Rranrh oOi- 
had ■ pai >h» bevk 
tr*r vnr-^nd mototui* «r«tei 

da> 

werv no fatal - 
d<*nii from tVe J6 to tha rod 
of tha Nf^ar. deputy 

aupenniendertt Flay Hadtteld 
termed 'a very romn>en*Uit ‘ ■ 
BHuatton. 

r hfure it- 

19SH waa 9‘'. Uf below th 
1957 reeortl of 316 but above 
the 1957 trafftc lull of 
The motor vehK-le bram-h 
reported that ear refiatraitona 
panaed the .VHXJUI) marh 
B(’ in December and ---e 
atarKla at 500.MX) It i« eapect 
ed there will be r«^ 

lered veh:.' - on Bt' “"f” 
«aya by the end of it:" • 



Zoning 

rian 

Asked 




U ALT HAKR15 


Plana for a several hun- 
drrnl thouMnd dollar 
moulding and milivyork 
plant at Langford on Jack- 
tin Road v^Trt announced 
but night by IVter 
BrolhdTston. president of 
Van-lsie Moulding and Mill- 
work Ltd. 

He aatd the plant would aive 
much needed aieady empkiv | 
men I to 70 peraona unme 
diateiy and eveniualty would 
provide air~l> joha for ^iO 
(wr*on* 

NO RKHTBKTIONK 
The plan la conttneeni >0 
having the property toned by 
the r--: " cial Twfmnai pt-- 
ning board at irstuatrtal 
regulated area Alih'*“gh ihe-- 
as- no buiiv=:ig reairkiiun* 
^coning in Langfmd now Mi 
brotheraltwi uu1 he wiahea the 
aiea toned f<»r manufanui 
*0 there will be rMtirdng to 
•top future eapanalon 

7iuning could rreair a ne^' 
badly needed induatiial are.« 
fnr timiei Victoria buainr^ 
expanalen. 

si FlhlKT rKOMIsKII 
T R &haarda, chaiiman of 
I h e mduatnat lievelopmeni 
fcioup uf the ‘.'olwood and 
i»i»triCT t'hamber of t'om 
mer<e -lul tju gnmp will aup 
\e and P*'tt the timing plan and the 
remar* —2 how happy he waa pi:'** to bring induatry to 
that the ‘^ad fTwIied leav Langford 

ing the atieeta ;>ar 'He i> a ‘We want it toned ao that 
well known .‘■.urli y and la umleairable Induairiea will not 
He plaved la be attracted, he aaid Any 
-P fr. the Mann Clip wtrv- induairy wt-hlng to locate in 

the «med area would have to 
bclliea at>d rmw ptr.. ;..,ke> gri prosinctal goveniment ap 
f»*r the V~ In tfv |ta«t he ptwal l»r*s 
plaved I. lor Kiln Klor. plant MKfCTI.NO 

theater. Philip - Ihngle in a and Port Arthur He 11 * ' *le 

letter to the Vlrton* wwiober and > KW-hard K*»berta pj^nmng board aaid yealerday 
of Commerre It ■ . ideil borrowm- a «led to help him 

With the view* of Mveial al ^-liver ^ on hi« new 

deime-: exp: I reeenfly m Cot.— « rmite Alice J.mea 

reph to •ugge*«!f“n that Mra i 'i»-. «pare time 

Peu'> B -.mah he made 4efinle shv|uifiskl heaniig het 
mavofea« fnend^ - . xna«ta Ne||W 

A mavorea* Mr Din^'.r I Ulhben 

wa« t app-t -i-5 •.. . am rrea-- • -rTwr „ bring m refuUtton* 

•peeial art h.it vneiel*. •• »aw-eft »r*.iog tn figure «»»'. ,^*,rK.ting indu*ir> and home 

building rather than wmmg*tr. 


e>v 


iTiuT Plates on Sale 


Ncu liccryce pUii»»s ate now on sale and may be 
plated on vchick*?!. There I* no urgency yel. but 
molohsts on the highway withouf them after n#il- 
night Kcb. are liable for pmaecutioo. Making 
sure to get their’i early are Mrs. Rolterl Juulaen. 
l»‘Wn Qu Appelle. left, and Mrs. t:dward Hayward. 
Motor vehicle bwnch official* ex|>ect regwtratlona 
this year to reach a new high of 520.000. — 
U'ulonlst photn I • 


Bouquet ^ 
(fiven 
Drivers 


Greater Victoria drtvera 
handled Ihemaeive* ao well 
during Monday*! anow ivindl- 
tlona that Deputy PoIkT Chief 
Harry Metver haa ruled they 
all ahoultl be rlaaaed aa cour 
teay drivera 

"It would be impuaaibic and 
unfair to pick out any indi 
vtduai.** he said "Each person 
who gave a helping harid dur, 
Ing Munday'a liaianhwi* dri^ 
ing ronditiona was a ruunm'- 
' driver * 

The courtesy drivei cam 
' paign to prumoie safe driving 
ta a cooperative effort by 
police deparimenta of tlreater 
I Vidoru. Woodward Stores 

Vtrtoria) Ltd.. Kngulaire 
Ltd . the Victoria Hockey 
‘ Club and The Dally Culonut. 

The police observe courtesy 
' drivers who are given two 
‘ free licKela to a home game 
of the Victoria Cougars and. 
later a certi/lcate atgned by 
< the chief of police 


i round the Island 


Nine 


Homeless 



After $30,000 Fire 


\n *01(1 Master' U II? 

- c th*. an ■ old ’ muNcs Rruce 'snn<on. l.*l. 

of 151 1 IVnlln-. P d. he k=>k< over \'an Dvck’* 
oil poitraii of I PrarJmg is one of fahukHia 

rollectk»n- insured for N.nin,tVg‘i— of old masters 


Title 

Hers 

Note 


WsH Hsrrt* -:il fc; a 


*rhe wife of the rr.syof 
the ma* “■ * 4 nd have ntng New Westminster Sattrwm 

to be appulnietl 
That up)' ' • ime ye-teidsy 

from the town clerk of Man' 


(.rfftcMia ol the lagioiuU 
inmng board aaid yealerday 
a public meeting will be held 
twfnie any reronlng la undei 

taken 

Las' attempt to bnng regu 
Utions to Langford was 

- tiionclv proteated bv re=; 
nguig w hipped 

: •^mer W k. 


aiifces 'he t»\le nl mayoress lheirteni«iv of the OmwI $(amar 
from the time hej mAyor t^ nan who ‘ Mlrt sr.rr* from 
elected to hia office- 


hia •idewalks on Monriay. 


Dredffins to Slarl 

P P 

For New Ferry 


attract mdtwdrv 
N^W IN'mwTR> 

Herbert Bruch. Ml.A for the 
distrirr haa been working for 
«r>me time to attract new Indus 
ID' Id the area, and the pro^ 


PARKSVIU.E Nine- pei 
k. lo' * tr iwoiir •*wi al 
iTh^t all belonging* m a -.ng of Duncan 

$jOtBBl fire w* complcielv 
gutted a Seven t* T 
dwell'og at Pa:->v|Ue Tc 
dav 

Ml and M f>oi. Pu"' ' 
a; one child Mi and - 
Walter t'arl r and two .hit 
dien and two other ieuitl'-e« 
were all away fft-ni ^ 
when the f-- biok«- - *i m 
living rc->m serikui ul 
bnuae. 

The blare was well udv,*oted 
before a neis^-^-'r notued 
kiTK.' - pouiing out of the 
toiiUlina and turned in ihe fire 
alarm Parksvilie volunteer 
hie arrtveil on the 

sreiv ... ivssod time but the 
flames hsd M “v»ch a fond 
hold tlv. . - oniv •^‘** '*] 

- a ••edai • t- ■»! and ’ ~vr 
tiems nf "hing 

The dwelling fc-Jiw.. -= 

Stella Msi - w ** one of “ 
older h'wnr^ ol Paiksville !.e- 
families have been oflerrrt 
soeltei ;r. % aoio court 

until they i«n furnish a col 
tage attuaied on the same pi op 
ei IV as the main !- 
s * • 

DTNCAN T1*e meeting of 
rxir -n city council was a: 


firSCAN !r. his inaugural Dl'Nt'AN ill' I)r.c. 

a«H;.-- at Hie staiuioiv meet aid M^ir... ^as ap. 'ed 

.Nfitr. IV 


'Ity CoumiL deputy r^veoT .Nfitr. I'owi* 
Mavor .lames T. Dpheon *atd chan Mumctp.liiy at the * • ; 
the citv iss »aie would remain io»v meeting Mr " v< 

the -.-.me this year despite the fomm'-* — appointed 

fart the c1»' l* gi'vw'lng lapld eluded 

Ij Kinanre rommiiinr J 5 

|i. Ihv our hutldir.i per Dyke Antho;.> Biapl-s Kiir 
m;*- -Cited an all time high eommliiee J. Dy ke, chair 
of 1673 ~i he said '^r as man. A. ^taplea. tWputy chaii 
sesaed ‘-le Is now approxi- man. chtef* of all the mun»> • 
rnateK r vnnigi pal hrigadea. aaaisting 

Mayor DoImmi appointed (he marmhal and the building i'* 
following commliieer FI- apectm. I R D Graham 
nai*ce AkVtman J J Kerrone Perka. cemetery and aantta 
_->d AkJ—“-in S H Saunders; tlu« G t* Smith and J. S 
fire same, fentral I>yke Puller and ttaffi*-. A. 

VI Health rna. Alderman R. Staples. Civtl defence A 
K V I Tmon Library. Sta|4es and G C. Smith 

Aid ''Sunders Representatives of council to 

( ommunlly t'enire Asaorla other public organtza'< 
ikHi Aid Saundcf'. «hu 1 Central Vancouver taland 

* Man.. Aid ; .-..nder'*. agrt- Ijbrary. J. ti Pmat- and ali< > 

• ultuisl - -ety AkL Kermne. nale. CounctUtPi D C Mortn.-.. 
I.:..B « r*aughlers Hospital. Vancouver Island Healih I nti. 
Aid ' 

Ai-i I'airris Its Agriculture D C Mminn: 

r.. wo«k« Aid Krtrnoe Kings Daiighleis' Hospital A 

Cairn*. and Staples j nemaimis Hospital, 

gs: letia AP* ■'■‘•rylers i’«.,ns <; C Smith 
T'--* flfsl named nf each com * • s 

~ittee the ihaimiaii 


which Itecan ihivc-w. 
('ircnii't Vkloria Aid 
Junior Hich «tutW»nt. 
lf»nfM show at ui,. 

phritii ' 


diapUiN vr-^f-cniiiy at 
Ji;;;ier'. Bruor. Oniral 
,d he and hn chum* at- 


of -rt tr. 


' C'j?oni»t 


Hack to \(wnnd 


Wealher Pulls 

I 

Quick Change 


on« 


inna's mi'truri.il wi;;th' pulled a last 
civil defence G (' -miih aliemaJe A Slap again yesl';<ia\ and pul the weatherman -- rvw* a bit 


nut of i=-int -•.ci>or>r 
Ihe l»alm\ oulcomr 
It *-sd -*f •• 

“ - predt- *'■'1 -- ■■ 


Dredging probably wdl be 
gin neat wrrK for lb.* 
g.kl0.nn0 fedeial g::..-;..menl 
leTD wharf at St--‘ev an of 
ficial of Pacifle PUedrlving Co 
Lit! aatd yesterday 

Th# wharf is lt> ne huin by 
the government fm |oini u*e 
by the Washington .<raie Ker 


aerv »?-¥• heliseen ‘ ,ey 
J. "t Aiisi ort*--- and lh»- 
Ht gc-,.-rr.;r.«nl ferry service 
In i!te mair' • 1 


.-±stnn of preseniationa, 

piised new plant haa occupied gralulatlona and prat^ 
a great deal rif hui lime Rev Brun T Paige pn 

"H la an oppitiiunlty lAng aenied a Bible i«i the city. »o 
ftti.l and the chamber have replace the ahabhy one wi^-o 
-tughl for a long time.* he had been "vethUai year The 
—5 last night. -The area Bible was 
ftrrds lodustrlal development M*'''stert*l 

and smair industries Ihini^n 

Mayoi J T Dobson pre 
ytH K A< Kf.k aenied plagues to :-immenv*r 

The moulding p*=ni woitld ate their services during fvn 
he ksaied on about four acres lennial veai to C R 


(hr gift uf the 

A«'**^:»tk»n of 


II..- 


....J 


Th 


Hlack-' ^ Paclftc on Jarkltn R>»ad besbl# Ihe chair 


nf 


Pllediiviiig managei said dnv 


lalirr pait of IhM month" 


exjsling R-- • Gas plant and committee ar^d to Harold 
ir.r »»f piles lor the new wharf adiacen' to the K A N RalKvav W hit field . - • • raan 
ai the f'uk -jf Ocear, Avenue The propeiiv would be leased In addlll---. m Mr Whit 
probably will begin 'n Ihe from V CPR fk*ld an Indi -. sweaiet was 

It IS thought likely that presented by Normsn J«ie. re;- 
when «Mung Is considered a resenting ihe Cmvichan In 
larger aiea along the railway dlan Rand 

line will be atudied for Indua- -'swr.rn in by pohe* Magia 
trial roning so that other light irate Col A C 

induatrtes may local# there. Alderman R K. ,nmver for #nv neglect 

^ man James H ^^unders and ^ . » 

*• i^hoot Trustee Mr* la#»>el L 

Van Isle Moulding and Mill Tartion AH were reflected by » .k. . 

wr Ijd now haa a plant at ac- lamatlon PORT ALBf.RNl .fudge |. 

i:ik luike employing 40 men • - * 

No dale ha# #o f»r been set Ihe r.rpiimir "\ dial -*me of Mr HroiheTston said M *■ v.r#Mng 

u«i the wi!"-* V were rw 5 |iie#eni niv.-ssary to eapand because NANAIMO fH> coMinil and Albernt 


.Maiislaugliler Hearing 

Dale Not ^el Set 


C*jmpteiiori of the liuif t* 

* * • land# elertnfkali.— program 

ni 'NCAN Cooru lliof D C begun 10 years ago. is expected navi ,—., and if. 

Mi;rtc i chairman of publi the end of 1950 when all 11 Ht"*; . 

Wi-;x-- told a meeting of North major island* In the group will Thr -_ *ien . p 

C^iwtchan rouiv il that two he aerved by the BC Power came as r-, p3;i:: -;.sr 

•enrrrr memhera of Ihe Che- Commision. Bv'PC general pr-se to w« aiherm--- V. 

maioua (Ttamher of Commerce manager R C M- .Monlle said Ma*kie wh?s -^id at the iin>e 

had *ult)eried Perry Rc. yesiei'lav uf the srunv f- -sl ‘be 

of public 1(9 saKf work ta ready to weather l«ri<s's t,resenie«l ' 
w- :--. to V-i-::--»ne abuse" on a pruteeil on Ihe ete>ii»l-.^:;cn ‘“‘P •**< tiob siiuai- lyp 
airr>i m Chemalnua rerentiv of Thetia and Kuper Istanus cat of Vh-i ria 

These two men laun« hed and surveya are being made Hr pniniRi out if-t 
their' aitaik 00 Mr Russ wilh- on two other, lalands arc# ♦» a 'if ‘-"i! ■ 

mil any proper --ausr \Coun- Kuture planning on jsiwer fm the Aichi - 
M"" -3kl. "h seems sources, he sstd will i;.' ^. 1*1 liie n;i"le» Psnfl, 

that they thought sanding of |y affected by the lesuli- uf 

ireeis h«d not been i"-r»ne -non me IniemalionsI J***"' 

'iKa'' ^bough # f let • he rc eii I simm mi „oii meeiir-- in Mat<n 

I invesllgatr.i and found (hat ^jhen <vimpleie englneeii-;.^ 
this complaint was un reports aie ex|ie«'ieri tu he 
founded mi'le avsit-'-de on ISie develop 

iHhei me nher of the puhllr fp|wi fulumhi- 

wiirks committee Councillot f^ivei 

The B(T*C rwently emph# 

•i/ed Its i-lsim to powei sites 
in Ihe Clesiwatar River •>• 
tern of the Fraser by pointing 
out that water Hcetu'e appi 
lions on rwo site# have been in 
Ihe hands of the water Comp 
Iroller since June 1957 
Completton of the A*h River 


. - i« quite rtehchted with 

i fsn in ina 

■ % «ii : -i 

Al T RrMP lepmied 

Mid (nimed ‘Te Then# 
nvefp-:^ ‘1 iinderp**# h»«t 
.-.risii;'. r-“ s mantled the 

ii - : rr any attrtdenis 


Mrst 


‘J C Smith of Chemeimis 
supported Countillor M'etnn’s 
,-nnieniion that romplaintt of 
any kind ahnuM be directed 
to councillors, who *** 

pc-*-1 necteil of duty. 

a a a 


•f 


•up 


The r-.::;,.e f - *• : 

rwiimal we “- 
of lelPf fr.im *i-- 
. „ -- bus di iver* " 

. I....;, pi s> <11 illv 
10 t#< ' 

■v-h aod p- ■■ 

a ntii -c 

parti: ... if t**r.-— -n-?* 

atf- All mam streets itul 
■ sifV" streets were in go^vi 
shape by laie \rs!e!'ts\ wHh a -i C. 
work n.-.. - t. .T...-. snow _*=i_>o v 
and « kaitng di 

Most pul --»•! of sli wer 


Snowfall 

Claims 

Anolher 


for the pretimmaD hesiu 


. , . •— young folk whose field H,r., 

A'oold Hanna, who has been hydro elei trie deve|u(imenl and i ^. ,1 . 

v-i'aMnt in” offlrert for F*on the Georgia gas turb«ne plant, girting wj» uit ‘ ft hv ii«e Mt 

* both on Vancouver Island '"d 


:^ninrtl fnr over 


a charga of man-laughter #1 the loun af a Wg increase in export Vancouver tatand Ksbihiilon doaen years, travelled snow now in the final stages nf 

agsinat a Central "i- ' *h man Re: was ebarfed wllh pu-me-" Boaid will meet immeiliaiely mvered rna«^«i from Nanaimo to work will bring the r*>mmis 

arising out o( the death tkv- ihe olfeiue [»ec .*) and re ' The flmt aperlaltre* In to come to a aeiilemenl on the ntfirlafe al the inauguration of ,K>n capahiliiy from Its pres- 
2t of • IX year old Arie Jo- m#nde«1 to ; »ierda> when It mouldings and finish specified S133 001) debt of the hoard m three re elected akleivnen here r*l8,ni>i to mote than 0DO 
hanne* • rhui ol 6929 Veiuhiea w - expei ted 'b* dale would lumber malenais for re-manu the development of ExhihItKm AVIeitnen J R, Dalton. William oixi horsepowei 
Itnsd he *H for Ihe piTliminary faciuring Park imcldard and Jack Perry took as* 

In Central Saanich police Mr t:dwarda aaid the rham Mayor Pet# Malfeo h«*pes to the oath ol offae ALRERNI Two new airtri 

rouii vesteiday Magwitaie Atie 4,-r,ui son of Mf and bet of commerre "i* satisfied clear up the conlroveralal ismte Judge Hanna waa ar;.:m «woin In" at cerr 

A I Thomas remanded Adam Mr nply hiii was shot ihia new IndusiD <'OuW be a early in the yeai 

Reiw- VeysnessRoad to Jan the . r si Dec 2l He spa.kolug for what Ihia are# • * a 

l-*i when ■ date will he set (or died 'rtly afierwatd* needs new industriea 


Ki'hs ha'-a 
• '! to <1 • 

- 'n, , iwfall he- a 

hull u( cldeilv men wlvo col- 
lapsed Mu' • \ »ft. ; ' elling 

mrWrw at ihei: homes 

D- ' *re C#|U Allied Wil- 
llaifr 76 of 1217 Lyall .'Street. 

--- f) CarroH 70. of 
■uver --Jtreei 

Cap! \V!‘h3m- a former 
....hri of - King# Royal 
- ;vrd If) Afrii":* India 
K‘ ViiWlWi-r 
('ai tnil furmet Iv of 
rain #otl - C-isidy and Nanaimo, had re- 

The meri'i'v will maiiiiMui Aided heie - past 1? yeara. 
Its upbeal tu the 


Pet Dog, Cat Guard 
Body of Mistress 


Tf>KINO A r weekokt 
Indian infanl. child ef Mt -nd 
Mis WlllUm Amhros wss m 
.jMsfactot) rondlHon in mfinn dinn^. Glared that he 


w -ithei olfur . ' ' 

stesre." loflav and .iiM.irirl 
f.. ,-inf;= rneri-- * T'slav m -' 
also bring ram rh'xed wi . 
amm 

. - Monday s ‘ k-" -d 

1 ^* ^ monies in Alhernl city hall l| i:. ..- m.«>r V: = • 

‘velrnmed by Mayor , 1 ^ annual Inaugural ds • warmed •p -i 

dinner Taking part in the t plsf- irs'Ci rumlltr 
.mem In city hall and al l^ Thomas < Harnell were ai«, ict...- 1 .. .. ;.‘.* 

- (- which followed ijonlon .8 Lundine was The Msla^it was lerwHiiai 

Mayor Jordon, in his address p^ed Bishop reelected rkar. awne roods wr,i 


panted by 
ihev wc 
Irt.iin Jonton 


The body of Mra Besale (i 
Randall. 80 . Queens Avenue. 

Sidney, was fo“od in the att 
Chen of her home with hei 
pels, a mongrel dog ai-C 
rat. standing "guard'' pnik ' 
reported Tueaday 

R('MP C«“st Roger Pnat Ihe elderly patient 
forced hit way Into Ihe mtuae Mrs Randall was born 


. , Magistrate W E MacLeod aiipitery in the Dunrn" iir 

itr^iwvai foresee no d r a • 1 1 c ’ oaths of of 

• transport department lifeboat In council policy dur , 4 ^ 

mg Ihe coming yAar . AW Bi-hop aod iha two 

and gale wind. Monday to H, he wouW not at member* were 

tempt as he had last year to welcomed by Mayor Jack 
predict what will be done dur Luckhurat whd named aland 
ing 1959 Ing committees} for the coming 

ruv*"" -r*;: " ' 'ir nanmmo Tm c m 8 .».r ^n.., 

D C Fink, who had been ' hand, Ihe late George Randall, diy council has endorr .! a 

stiendlng the elderly woman | was government agent ?!!?''' a a s Foxrroft I The b.w 1 *■ - : TO 

.NANAIMO Chamtwi of Other commMlf” (haiimen Fred RrrcKon of HM‘ - Msl 


I General Hospital after the 


to Hot Springs Cove and 
return with Ihe chlW to Tofino 
<la ailment was not diackvwd 

* * * 


at - which prevented rarialn ^ rhairman 4 f flname with carvel c*msi 
exproditur*- AM Ba^ 1 ett ind AW R Ra dilfling in the 


Ml \Aar«lt.-.r-: wUr. eruied 


Mra^ Fink called for police . During the First WorW War. 077 for 19**9 May 

bLwn^*wi HtVra^r^^ roun^'. **^a*‘ill!Ilra*I 'meelTng fommerro will -lert seven are a term aa (a: xdian consul m 

.he moved to :Jr^^.;:;;r;r:d -wTorkI ‘ n^^^ - 9 -n.ed wH.e with 

V - . trim, haa no nir - ar' 


In ^ali ..pring Island 


Owner Soii};lil 
Of Stn;ill Boat 


iiy police ye«irrday were 
--.-king Hw- uf a 14 ffi;:: 

friUtid 
f lUi'-.. 


Diplomal 
Loaned 
To (rhana 


K V ' • ' • -I Watdntper. a 
an m#r< and **rv 
of AM Mt»- Lily WiL 
•••It has been lent by in# 
:'-M-' 1 isn government to tba 
;;t.i -1 v=r-?neni fnr * *tx 
*u;r:r I.. • :p a forrtgn 

«er\. c M» vvl|«... learned 


wher# Mr* Randall lived .Saint Jr.:.n. N » <He waa In vesrs 
aWn*. by breaking a window Whliehorao duitng lha KJ 011 raiaitvea 


ago Her nearest known proJ-Ma trill largely depend on dent will be choiwn from the lan-^-. AW ‘>A«» McR< 
•e# art In Ottawa. rommltlea budget*. Ibman dlrrcloiaia and light. AM]Bishop. 


water no oarlocki 


ly»a An;.-t.-- laai vear. will 
for Glisoa al the end 
of J- iiarjr. 


i 




Muhi-\tiUion-DoUnr Study Vmed 


***** 

V( oiild Ini'ohe 2JM)0J)00 Poopjfi 


What Is Nature’s Radiation Doing to Man’s Health? 


WASHINGTON U'PI. A 
■t'lmtiftc croup yMt»rd«.y pro- 
poMd • mulii mlilion dollar. 
Jl)->»ar aiudy lo find out what 
ih» radioanlv* »arth mifhi h* 
dotni »o ihf Kralt^ of Amrr 
l«'ana. 

V ' all ihai la knrmn 


from laboiaiery I'nrarrh with 
mkY S(*imtMa agrae lAal 
whai happana lo a mouar la 
not a Mifa indtcatlun of «hai 
lt*|>p<‘nM lo mrti 

Tha prupoaal for (hr I'S, 
alud\ wan madr hy (hr I'am 
mMIrr on palhologlr rffrcii of 
ainmir radiation of (hr Na- 


Harvaid rnivrrMiy Mid iha 
aurvay would coal about tTVi.- 
000 (u Sl.'KlOOlH) a >r«r fur 
JO yrai-a 

tt Would ln\ulv« at Irani 

2 iioiHaM) priMifui iiMMi.nnu 

rad; fnim a region of high iia- 
iiiial tuH-kgmund radiation, 
nurh an Drnvrr or Sail Lake 


Sharp diaagrremrnt rxtals'* 
among aclrnttata aboui ih« 
budll> rffrrtft on man of long 
rxprwuie to low Irveln of la- 
dlatlon aurh ai ihoar from 
ladtum and pmaaaium in the 
ground and thr much lower 
levrU from bomb teal fall-ouL 
Warrrn'a mmmilirr look ta- 


plaiwa to Imply (hat aurh 
thrraholda probably dkt noi 
ex lx 

Although bumh tml fallout 
t'onatlluln^ only a •mail tiw' 
tion of (hr radiation lo wh|«*h 
man la rxpuard •otiatanlly, 
manj^ prrwma have «rl/rd on 
ihr ne-ihrrahold p»a«ibillty aa 


low radiation doara atrma 


comm irra r airman. 
Ih Shwlda W a r r r n. of 


low karkground radiation auch 
a* San Kranrikco 


(hr t'niird Nadona arirnllflc 
mmmlttrr which apprared In 


rxpenmrnta 

Warrrn rontrndx Ihrir la 


not ruotigh iiiformailou at 
hand III rrorh a firm cotviu- 
•ion rllhrt waw 
Thr propuM^ fludy would 
not br an attrmpi to irplaie 
mkr wlih mrn aa UtMualory 
aiimiala Raihrr It would Itb 
solvr rxhauxiUr aiudy of a 
rrgmn's vital aialwiAw ar«l of 


morirm rxaminallona. ap- 
piataal of all aounra of ladla 


tiun rxpoaurr and analytia of 
population movrmrnia and 
« haiBi'Iri tat Ira. 

InfoitYlton Ihua glrarwd 
about ifir two rrgiona would 
hr •■omparrd to «hnw thr rrla- 
ttvr tnridmie of radiation in- 
jury ThH in turn would throw 
light on thr thmifmld pn>Mrm 


laiing how much 
man < an rndurr 


radiation 


Teieph€me EV 3-4/ / / 

11 30 p m. to t a m. 

»>li(orMl ty 34MJ0 or LV 
OreuUtion .... tX UlTiS 
*poria 3-7fW0 


^o. 21 — lOiai YKAR 






I tuifoaver IstamPt I.emting »irx/Mf//#'r Sincr 18.18 

MCTOKU. KKITISM (OI.(MKI\. \M-:nNK.S0\^, J\M\K> 7, I9.V> 


Forpcast, cloudy 
with nhowvrt 

(llrUlka nm paga I) 




ta rt«Ta a*li-v 
It rmoTa ai'xaaT 


18 PAGLS 


(Jergy Bulges 
To Please llosls 


MK.MPHlS f I PI Mrmphia phyMrlsN, Ur. 
Olia Wait. ha« wamod mlniatrrx againat ovrrratlnK 
whrn Ibrir paii«hi<»»rra latlte tbrm lo diaarr 

Hr fold a miaiatrrx' mreting flial hr apprrrt- 
atra a mintatrr'% wtah to ploaar Uir hoatv by toking 
kocood brlpings but aaid luo-lhJnh of thr 
prearbora Ha aaaa protraatonallv ara ovarwaight. 


UNDERSEA BURGLAR ALARM 
BIGGEST DEFENCE NEED NOW 


Moon 



Of Oil? 

^ I 

IjONDON iL’PIl — A 
Soviet acientiat, who re- 
cently claimed lo have dis- 
covered volcanic acthity on ■ 
the moon, now thinks there 
also may be oil and gas 
there, Moscow radio aaid 
Tuesday 

Pmf Nikolai Kozyrev ha* 
dona further rrarorrh to show 
Ihr mbon may havr **many 
axita of natural ga« " 

”Thls would mran that In | 
thr dirart vudnily one may e* i 
pei-t to find drpoait* ol o4L ' ha 

Mid 

Tha moon a poanibla oil wrlki 
and natural ga* rmiM hr uard ‘ 
a« **a MHirra of anrrgy“ for 
fual and tranaportaiion by a 
mamlr station sat up on tha 
distant satrilitr 


I)(M-|ors Told: 


OTTAWA M'Pi Tha fish- 
riirs drpartmmi Tur«da> an 
nounrrd a bounty on dogfixh 
predatory West mast fish of 
thr thark family that rairsr« 
heavy damage la xahnon fish 
Ing nat» 

Tha bounty of 10 lenls a 
pound of doffUh liver dallv 
rrrd to liver oti proorsaing 
plants Is rffrrtivr Jan. 12. Thr 
grrvemment has plared a fell 
ing of SlSO.non <m the imal 
brmniy to hepaM 

In addhirm. the department 
U planning in rhartrr five 
disggars to carry nut dogfish 
hilling operations. - 


Inside 

Today 


Off to Suniiv Hawaii 

Sunny Hawaii, here wa come, xay HMi*S Venture 
•adels (lordon Mains of Vancnuicr. left, ami 
f>)rdon Retd. 1103 Hadfield A\»*nut'. N'k toria They 
are lwt> ol the approximately HWi officer radefv 
leaving here at 9 am today for one-month 
training cruise aboard four frigates of Fourth 
('anadian Ejicori Squadron^— H'oionisi pholo.l 


Dying 


MIAMI BKA(‘M V\m •I'PI 

rhe navy surge«>n general 
said Tuesday that m • aae of 
atamir auade doctors would 
'have to viHuAUy Ignore about 
30 per lent of the <-a«ualtie« 
who wrtuld br irittrally iniured 
and dying 

Rear Admital HarihoteMTtew 
W Hogan Mid doitors would 
sve more than thev «-outd 
t^andle lust trvtng ta Mve the 
I hurwlieds at ihouMrwls with a 
Irharue fn .-^ovei 

(logan said the threat of 
’hydrogen bamb allack. who ■ 

routd wipe out a «ity and ren 
der uninhahiiabie ihnuMr»ds of 
square mile* neceiMitate* a 
-revtskm in thinking in medical 
plans in <ase of enemy attack 

Ml U K HM IHIONH 

nnetnrs would have :o . 
quickly •elen whh-h patients 
had a charwe of survival and 
needed surftsal rare 

He estimated that 40 per 
' rent of the Injured would need 
only mmor care and first aid 
Another jn per rent would 
n^d immediate emergency 
•itiitery Twenty per lent 
• ould have surgery postponed 
wMhooi danger and 30 per 
•ent wtatild he I ritli ally Iniured 
and d% lar 

Tfutse who havr hope le ss 
Tlifuries he Mid. ' should not 
.'•nsiime the time of sn> sur- 
geon w hn might he ahl^ to 
•tend his time In actual life 
MVing pmiedure* on other 
patients 


Knlirc Universe in Hange 
For Roekels. Says Fxperl 


t orok* 

Rage 

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Plbonrlai Newr* 

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Radio Program* 

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Tatertilos 

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Theatre* 

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M<KiC*OW' 'Apt Soviet 
srienlls (9 said Tuesday .Merh- 
(a s space vnyage tan be f«m 
sidered a dre*« rehearsal for 
bigger and better rnckets. 
though they haven't yet llrhed 
the reentry problem for 
manned flights 

I can asauxa 

not slop at this." Vke-Prest- 
dent Alexander Tnp«-ftlev of 
the Soviet Academy nf .S«> 
enre* told a press conferenre. 

Academkian Anatoly Rla- 
goniavov *ald no man haa 
tmwn tn a rocket and "how 
sonn be doe* fly wtll depend 
on hoW soon we have aa<ur- 
anre* he will he able to return 
safely ■* 

Blagonravov reported that 
the surrewfut launching of 
the mrket MecMa frtday 
marked the find Russian at 
tempt to put s pToJecttlt out 




side the earths gravitational 
field 

There Ipn'l a spot m the 
universe tnda> which could 
not he raai'hed by rorkei " he 
said This would of course re 
quire lime, but the watt wttuld 
not be kmg " 

Tnpehiev announced that 
Merhta which he decrihed as 
the boldest project ever con- 
iwived by man has pmctlrally 
entered nrNi as the solar s>« 
tern * first artificial planet 
He said It had whirred about 
.VNIOnO miles from the earth 
and more than JlA.nOh mile# 
heyopd the moon, which li 
passed at 3.473 miles an hour 
5tunda> 

The rocket ta far beyond 
optical tracking now and Its 
radio ta dead. The sdenllsts 
Mid It had sucresafully com 
pleted all tasks askignt^ to it 
ANATOI.Y BLAGONRAVOV before passing out of range. 





Apfieafinc lo enjoy viail lo t' A is Soviet Deputy 
Premier Anastas Mikoy an. lefi. pirtureH jn Wash- 
ington with Soviet Amhassador Menshikm. 


Intteutf of ^lilitnry 

Mikoyaii 

w 

Nixon's Plea 
For T rade \\ ar 



W A .SH I NGTHN 'Lin- 
Soviet tlepuiy Premiei Anas 
las I Mtkoyan told Vice Pre«i 
dent Richard Nixon TUcsriAy 
that he fully supported Nlxitn's 
plea f'u- emnomk rather than 
milltaiy competition between 
the two •vointrie* 

The tWii government leaders 
met for more than two hours. 

Mikoyan told repoiier* after 
the ronferente that Nixon re- 
peated to him the views he 
outlined in s Lutidim speech 
la«t year calling nn the Tnlied 
State* and Ru*«la **lo compete 
in the etonomk field tmprov 
lug the welfare of our people, 
rather than tha military field ' 

Miknyan said that when 
Nixon expressed the thought. 
Khrushch^ suppi»rted and 
welcomed It 

'Today. Mikoyan said "I 
loo lend my full siippnrl lo 
that Idea That Is a sphere In 
which we can find a rommrm 

language '' 

The meeting >ame afler'top 
American officials reported 
that Initial talks with Mikoyan 
had cooM off the Berlin crlsi* 
and may lead lo easing of 
other Eax West tensions 


Hut Mlkoxau asked whefhet 
tte had tndi>ated lu N’lxori any 
change m Ihr Soviet posiiinn 
on Rerun replied lhai •*ne 
<kw* niH change ■ gottd po«i 
ItoQ ■ , 

The :-^>vte« : ..iVi did im»i 
reply dirertly when asked 
whether he raised the quesiton 
of N'lxon going to Moscow- to 
return his visM 


De (faulle 
Ministers 
Resi"ii 

PARIS .m. Premiei 
(*harles de t;aulle dt«*lrwwd last 
night that two .Snctallais mem 
her* of hi* rahmel. livchMlIrig 
party i hlet (hiy Mnllei had 
teslgr>ed in protest against hi* 
•evere new auslrrlly program 
.Shortly afterward I 000 work 
ets staged a Pan* «iir<et 
demon*lraitf>n agalnat de 
(Mulle au*ierii> 


Jflissian Subs 
Prowl CodHh 


NEW YORK (UPIJ— Tho bif^gcst defence 
problem for Canada and the United States 
may not be concerned with ballistic missiles or 
aircraft at ^11. experts said Tuesday — it may 
be the search for an underwater burglar alarm 
system. _ 

7>ie underwater alarm *ya 
tern IS needed to delect Soviet 
submarines which aie now 
generally admitted to be prowl 
ing our coastt >nd the coasts 
oj Wr*(cm Kuropr generally. 

These Russian submarine 
flottIUs may have planted 
markers on the ocean floor* 
off the shore of North Amenca 
from which they have Mont- 
real. Toronto New Y<Hk. 

Wavhingiun. Iirtruil and other 
•Ira'eg:. <iiies zeroed in" lor 
underwater atta<*k with nu- 
clear misxlet 
iime«Ti>R JOB 

Radar, sonar magoeiir air 
hortte deiectkm and ihe other 
muin billion dollar equi|»mertt 
ranted hy Rear Admiral Johna 
S Tarh's snil submarine task 
forrw xmplv I* not yet aWe tn 
do the detp-rtive Rih 

Radar line* not penetrate 
water |t rant find a suh 
marine deep urtdet water si 
though It^ uPM-ful finding sub* 
lhai surfaie 

Sonai « underwater range 
«till IS onlv a few hundred 
tard* It takes many hours to 
track down a suspected enemv 
suhrruirine by «onar Mean 
while r boats might destroy 
several Canadian and Amer 
lean « tite* 

And both radar and sonai 
have the M>r»ou* defect that 
Ihe Mip* on ihrir «crern* made 
by a •ubmattne ran eaxly be 
confused with ihoM made by • 
whales, nr a laige I'-hool of 
fish 

Magneli. Airborne Petei ilon 

MAH as It Is called I* use 
ful hui only detects Ihe enemy 
>,ih when Ihe plane nr hell 
copter »• right over it 

So Ihe seairh rwiw Is for 
underwater buiglai alarm a> 
stem a. pyacitcal method of 
anchoring sonar devk'e* on the 
ocean bottom* along our 
coasts that would warn nf the 
presence of submarines and 
relay the warning # 

However, ixinstdering the 
gteoi range of ml-illes that 
ran he ftred from like decks 
of submarine* orfhven trrgn 
siihmeiged submarine* the 
prcMpe«-r of «ucce«s |*nt 
bright 

Indeed a* now It is *o dim 
that navsl men and air force 
men generally admit lhas the 
only sure defence Canada and 
the Cniied States have agairwt Luts Moya and Augustine Bal 
.‘4o>trt «iihmartnes la dipki donado won a week's delay in 
snt y, entering their plea* 


MRS in.lZARI>TH rniNCAN 

• * s 

iVlolher 

Pleads 

Insanilv 


VKNTVKA Ml AP) — 
Ml* Kli/abelh Ann Diinran 
pleaded no( guilty Tiie*dav <o 
a muider charge in the siran- 
gulaiion of her daughter in- 
law. Her aiiornev added for 
her the plea -*>f innocent hv 
reaaon of in*aniiv 
She Is acru*ed of hit ing two 
laborer* ii> kill Olga Duncan. 
.40 Auihqrities •vay »hr wat 
jealou* o| the attractive t'ana- 
dlan nui*e 

The elder Mr* Duncan* 
lawyer aaked ihs( the trial 
held ouiAklr Ventura (‘ounty, 
saying public opinion here la 
inflan^ against hei Hts mn 
lion was denied 
The court *rt Mr* Dunt'an't 
trial for I'eh id and appointed 
two payrhiatrlsi* »o examine 
her • 

Mr* [hinr an'a rodefendanta. 


Air of the Dog That DU You 
May De Mastiff of Your Fate 

1./WDON iReuter*! A Dr Guy Doyne* writing on ‘The character of dog* un dog'* chararler rannoi he hl- 
Rriiish doctor said Tuesday a changing personality' In like humans, runa aurprtsingly ftuenced in any great extent by 

dog owner tend* to become like , Issue oX Ihe Medi true to breed and it i* m«wi in the owner 

hia doe not the other wav ? peraon* lereating to watch a dog owner Thus owner* tend to grow 

> ctunge their character because attune hia or her character to like their dog* rather than (ha 
"'•P • , that of the dog hei-au«e the other way around. 


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