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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1959 


No. 24 — 10l*i YEAR 


Airman Spots 
Flying Object 


ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Warrant Of 
flror Wort Schechter of thr air force had ao trouble 
identifying the flying object that struck his auto 
during a wind storm. It was a bonk 

Becoming airborne on a 60-mile-an-hour wind, 
the 14-foot aluminum boat sailed nearly halt a 
block before it struck Scherhter's car. 


Share 

BCPC 

Costs 


Former B C. Power Com- 
missioner H. H. Griffin yes- 
terday, in effect, lold the 
Shrum royal commisaion 
into power commission 


dl LAD Tttt JIIXO. I *y 
mint. ... Kepublk — Konwr 
g rt sto r Falgencto H*iki* *»td 
he fled ImIu exile Herr under 
prrM«rr fnmi kU inlllUO 
chief* who uM the* were no 
lonfrr ahie hi maintain order. 


CAIRO — amain and Egypt 
hare agreed hi munv fi- 
nancial bargaining. » purring 
hope* of a resumption of 
diplomat*. relations 


MMiSfOKT, Tea*. — A 
(round parly reached the 
burnr-d and twisted wreckage 
of a ^southeast Airline* plane 
and confirmed that all !• pa* 
sengera and crew member* 
perished In Thursday night % 
• rash 


A wave of an arm spell* death for this woman. The 
bearded follower of Cuban revolutionary Fidel 
Castro acted as judge when she wax accused of 
causing the deaths of two youths when, as secre- 
tary' to a Batista goxemment official, she informed 
on them. She and many others have been executed 
by the rebels and hundreds are In prison awaiting 
trial. (See story' on Page *22 » • 


M W HiKK— I % SrrrrUo 

< general Dag H*mm*rsk)«l«l 
arrived here by pUnr from 
Some after a threewre*, tour 
of the Middle East and Africa. 


Macmillan Lea 


Judson “reflect” each other at St. Joseph’s 
Hospital, where Mrs. Judson is a ward 
clerk. — (Colonist photo.) 


They look alike, talk alike and even think 
alike, but these twins grew up 3.000 miles 
apart unaware of the other’s existence. 
Mrs. Marion Smith, left, and Mrs. Margaret 


SAG PI K India — Prime 
Minister >rt»ru won unani 
m«*u» approval at I be (iw«rru 
Pact, fur a program to create 
a 'demur rwlb and M*rialt*t 
■ nrl ety" and a dynamic growth 
of India'* e c ono m y. 


4 We Almost Bawled' Sa y Sisters 

4b. 

Apart and Unknown , 
Twins United by Fate 


_ . , pup rr mr i npiiiidfi 

who wa* Irving to mahe » r*«t ^ . .. __ ^ ... 

..n * n . d 

T*, h.. I— „ 

.11., .nd p. ich.d up v,i y> J' " h,rr * ■ utrh *;*» 
ihioupM ,h, y..t. b„, „p In •» "*** ,h " 

rrnlury II n.d„ 1 .v.n . "» “ ™ rr » *“ P T~T. 
h.ihrnom Prim, mlnl.l.n -•"dnrir.tkm in 

were forced (.Alt In inh* filled ,hr province, 
bv hot water brought in hEI.I.JNt» POW ► K 
kettle* That would mean the power 

Margot Asquith wife of commisaion developing I ha 
Henry A*qulth, was outraged peace River. Columbia, F rater 
at the lark of a halhroom Rivet and Homathko *.vatema 
when she moved In upon her and selling the power to the 
husband beotmlng prime min B C. Electric 
inter in I#* She had the But Premier Bennett ap- 

sltuatton remedied, hot even parently ha* other idea*. Mr. 
today there is a shortage nf Griffin sakl that la*t January 
bathroom*, both in the rest Premier Bennett warned the 
dential quarter* and elate cummliwtoneni against over- 
•ectltin*. _ rapacity and told them he was 

MAJOR A ITERATION* expecting word on the Wen- 

MNcmlllan ha* ordered ms nerGren development, and tf 
Jot structural alterations Out it came futuie supply nf 
of respect for tradition and ihc power to the rommt*alon. In* 
Englishman* love tor the rludlng Vamnuver Island, 
mnrtnafiv Of ln«tllulions. the wo „w no problem 
nulrr lacade of the building Mr Griffin *ald that when 
will he preserved. the premier wa* a*ked tf the 

power mmmlsMton could tia 
future planning to tho*e re- 
_ marks, the premier would 

| I . . . § | make no comment. 

I-AMT WITNKMS 

Mr. Griffin, who told fh# 
oimml*«l»nrr« that hi* re*ig. 
naimrv ,Nov 1ft wa* related 
directly to the dbarrangemeftt 
nf provincial finance*.'’ was 
the |*«t person to teatlfy 
before the Shrum nmimiMlon 
yesterday before it adjourned 
until Feb S n 9 a m In the 
Empress Hotel 

At yesterday * hearings: 

I Royal commission chair- 
man Dr. Gordon Shrum said 
he had "bought some gC. 
Electric *hare* and I wi*h I 
could *r|| them for whal I 
paid for them ’ 


When Mrs. Margaret Judson and Mrs. 
Marion Smith first faced each other and sus- 
pected the truth, they were surprised to the 
point of tears. 

"We almost bawled" they 
said In unison yesterday 

Because Mrs Judson who la 
a ward clerk at SI. Joseph • 

Hospital, and Mr* Smith, who 
ha* )uat recently moved to Vic 
torts, are twtna. hut for 21 
> ear* neither knew the had a 
differ. 

Bom In Tomnio and placed 
for adoption Margaret grew 
up in Vancouver and Marlon 
In Toronto 

That far apart, and totally 
unawate nf each other * exist 
ence Margaret and Marlon 
began to he drawn together 
during the war In the *ame 
month of the *ame year. Mar 
garet joined 
Women * At my 
Marlon tried In, Without aur 


Victoria Boasts 
Lots of Twins 


Chance* of being born (win* in Victoria appear 
not to be too rare. 

Twenty-two *ela of twins were born at Ht. 
Joseph's Hospital in llttH, five in September alone. 

And In the first week of 1IH, three *et* of 
twin* were born at the hospital. 


Molotov's Star May Rise 
Mikoyan Tells Lawyers 


the Canadian •tone* .mm e*tabll*hed 
Corp* and Ihey were twin alatera. 

not only that but! CHICAGO tAPt — Deputy who wanted lo reform and Kremlin, he also talked fairly 

They had both married Premlei Anasla* I. Mikoyan, th«»*e who wanted to stick freely about the Soviet polk* 

■ent Mai garet »*Hora of the *ame age. alre. lining a comer of Ihe «hr»ud with the old system system 

aaat to work in the h**e poat weight and build who had each of myaiery clothing Russian In the case of Molotov, he Adlal Stevenson. Mikoyan* 

office in Ottawa She worked had four year* In Ihe service power lntrlg«»e». predicted Frt •■Id, T leapect him very h ,,„ lh * dinner, asked him 

neat to a soldier who lived on I They had both. In their day night that former foreign much." whether people ran still he ar 

the same street aa Marlon In 'teens, become expert roller minister V. M. Molotov may There was an Interruption rested merely on suspicion in 

Toronto. He wia *o wire that afcaier* and considered taking ■(fain h* tapped for an Im from the floor "What about the U.S.S.R. 

Margaret waa Marlon using M up prof e** tonally. poiianf role Berta" iMd you respect him’ Mikoyan replied: 

— They had both taken piano Molotov, misled from Soviet I "I knew R.-rta well. I did "Formerly people could he 

lesson*, for the same length of leadership In 1#S7 and CUT- not re pec t him. He wa* an ^ n , |n j ll# , py #n 

L omA ,l I anlrn lime In the same year*. rently ambassador to Outer adventurer a capable man. onjM> of , h , m(n ig lr y 0 f | n 

rameu ViCIlirC X»»»r had had their tonal M Mongolia, may in Ihe future hut an intriguer, a man with ,* rn ,| affair* The police rouhi 

out In the same year, receive an appointment a* am <»ut prlnrlple* of any aort. You an# ^ f W |,hout approval 

4^ * IY — Each sang alto In a church baaaador to a large mate, might call him a hualnesa man bv fh# proiMK . utor rnrrr was 

l/OVIlin? U0WI1 e*Qtr. Mikoy.n tow .n awnmr# •( In polHlr' mi.i.se ofthe rule* fr^ the ro 

© When ihey met they were J00 Chicago lawyers. DtATlls o\lk lease of prisoner* from 

VANCOUVER (CP' both wearing hrown «ult». AN A l> VKNTt’ WCB Mikoyan contlnue»lt rampa 

Georgia Auditorium, for X2 They met again the neat day Hu , h#i faUr<1 , hr "Ha 4 had the whole police "Now Ihe court* have been 

year* one of Vancouver'* wearing identical plaid aklrta. irnti Berla "an adventurer, an low In his hand* He was re- given iurtadkt ion over all this, 
leading enlertalnmenl and Both were wearing heart ! intriguer " , moved, tried In court and eon. We are constantly decreasing 

•port* rent re*, will he torn shaped locket* given to them Following Stalin a death, drmned. St me then there have the Importance of the admlme 
down at Ihe end of April to on their 21st birthday by their w|*hln the Soviet leadership been no deqth sentence* for tratlve function and Increasing 

make way for a parking tot. footer mother* there appeared argument*, he political matters. ’ the importance of public and 

Guy Patrick, famous hockey Now reunited anew by Ml d. Nnl only did Mikoyan -peak aorta! control We have re 

perron a tlty, built ihe auditor Marion a move to Victoria, the "For a time (hey did not be out more frankly than on any dured our police force and we 

lum In IK P but turned M over twin* vow Ihey wonT be coma public. Essentially (he other previous occasion In the need no Urge police fore* for 

t» r* w — managamant U 1138 aaparatad again. ' dispute waa between those 17 A. on (ho inner politics of the political reasons/" 


He* In Sweeten 
Ritter Pill 

I Page 3| 


Stork Religion 
Rrtnuluoy Hit 

(Page 5i 


2 G. F. <Patt Dunn, senior 
member of power rnmmiaalon 
external auditor* I -may Rot* ' 
t.m Dunn A Co. admitted he 
suggewted lo former general 
manager II. Lee Briggs that 
they should noi be seen leaving 
h»a 'Mr Dunn's ^ office to- 
gether. but expUined ihal if 
waa oul of deference lo Mr. 







FURNITURE & APPLIANCES 


(Tnlnutsl Vic tori*. 1C, Sot . Jo*. It. 1959 


Mikoyans Wa y 


Macdonald’s 


JANUARY 

FURNITURE 


)lorti more 


CHirAtiC — Aiiwta* tltfco Friday, Pollrr «n>k a ltlnch«d 
yon. Soviet deputy premier. blunite wen loitering about the 
Friday uiged thot the US and ho«plt.il twfoi* the inf«nt was 
Rumla "speak ■■ equal to »plilied *t*oy 
equal" to reaolve iMoea be * * * 


A antes 


There % one giiod tiling about the column buxine-**. 
It put* you in loueh with nk*t? people who wnooth yout 
way with kind word*. 


votent 


who vo quite • tan of yout*. that 
Itching to p**a along a com p ,^e you write what do you 
pllment The conversation ,-*q p •« 
went something like this; .... . 

"I nyn a man oh, lead* At| 

Jour column, die other day, “Ye*. All AhnuA Frankly. 

Thought you d Ithe to kn<m " t nuiat owlru that I don't 
"Yea Good of you to tell ibid t* myself. I'm too busy.” 
me. Who wa* it? 1 ' m aorty to hear that.** 


he told 300 lawyeia at a din prison yestrrdav after seivmg 
ner M l would like to Impress 31 y«ar» tor a famous 1933 
you wtth thr fact that If you train robbery attempt in which 
want a good relation wtth us, four men were murdered, 
we won t accept dictation.** • * a 

* * * SUN VALLEY. Idaho — 

THEN TO. Italy Trnulrm Tough guy T\' programs proli- 
N**rkay. who with Sir Edmund ably contribute to Juvenile 
Hillary climbed Mount Everest delinquency, says m y a 1 e r y 
In IMS. win come here neat writer Earle Manley Gardner, 
month to tmpiove his skiing Networks must substitute 
technique something mote Interesting. 


"Thai's all right But this old Jar of pt.kk.i walnuts 
fellow I met wlah I cmitd that had gone mouldy’ 

m. ... “la that sd*" I said without 

remem DM rll* name he resit .. 

enthusiasm 

joui column, anyway. I "Yea And he got tired of 
thought \ou would like to cleaning up an he read your 
hear about it.'* mlumn lie reall> liked It An 

... . ,. u > he said to me. Tf you ever aee 

I certainly would 

Mortlmor, you te|| him I real 
this Irliow doesn't always ^ liked that pie,* he wroM . 1 
*.*• 'he paper, nut he was s„ j m telling you * 
leiimg me he just happened Thank* " | Mid 
to be cleaning out some Tie told me what l» w as 
shelve, for his wile and he about, hut I'm darned tf ( c*n 
found your column under an remember now." 


DUBLIN — »‘rlnie Mtolaler KOVIGO. Italy - Authoritlea 
Kenton de t skra. 77. appeal's yesteiday evicted Giovanni 
a certain candidate in Ireland's Kune from h»a home for 30 
preatdeoilal election thia sum year* a hearse. They gave 
met. President Bean O’Kelly bln* a room of hl« own. 
retires in June and rann>d "H I* a pity." Runs Mid. 
seek a third trim, “The matt re *a In the hearse 

• * a where coffins are placed was 

TORONTO - Air Vice *0 comfortable 

Mamba! 4 L Plant, piealdcnt See 

of A V. Rm* Canada L*d . said LOS ANGELES Actor Dan 

Friday he ha* ■cnl a wire to f»*0e> **» pleaded guilty to a 

Defence Minister Peaikes call drunk driving charge and paid 

tug attention to a firm price • Wl fine. 

for the Arrow jef fighter made e ♦ a 

Iv.*. 20 He gave no details. PHILADKLPIflA — There 

• • • are two golden rule* for an 

WASIflNOTON Peealdewl orchestra. They must begin to- 

Elsenhower and 52 Senatots gether and end together. The 
yesterday opened the cam public doean’t give a darn what 
psign to make Hawaii the Vlth gore on in between" 
state during the new Congress. So says Hlr Thomas Bee 
u*mg appeals and proponed •■ham here to conduct the 
bills. Philadelphia Orchestra. 


SUPER-HEALTH 

MATTRESSES 


Regular $59.50 
Now Omly 


TENSING NORKAY 
, , . for practice 


“Ah. well, that can t Hr 

helped • 

"Anyway, he liked it hoi 
mind yon he said, he didn't 
agree with what Mottimoie 
wm'e It wnnld he a funnv 
thing If we all agteod shoot 
everything wouldn't It*" 

“The millenlum would tw 
here. ‘ 1 Mid 

"And then he hapfreoed to 
find another rnTrimn of youi* 
W lapped around a tfi* 


Thank* again." 1 Mid 
"You're welcome Why wait 
until s man's dead to pralw 
him* Tell him -ome of the 
nice thing* while he's still 
alive J always say Well, I 
though! you'd like to hear 
about ttiat man. Keep writing, 
Mart lilMiy. “ 


EASY TERMS 


PRIMTETC *N, N J. Uwyer 

Isidore OUniff. whose offer of 
a las study |uofMa<i«hip In 
honor of Al < apon* was snub 
bed by the University of h>nn 
aytvania f»bw will make the of 
fer to Princeton University, 

* * a 

SHERHROOKi:, Que 

Maurice Allard Toiy MP fn, 

Sherbrooke, will introduce at 
the nest session of Parliament 
a resolution calling for a na 

tlonal lottery 

s o * 

NEW YORK A slight 
blonde has been released after 
questioning In the kidnap case 
of lisa Rom I hkHieKIn, match 

cl frt*m a hospital nursery last 


LONDON - Albert l.orla. 
senior partner in a London 
hank, was fined tain y eater 
day for trying to avoid paying 
a three penny subway fare by 
rh-factng and using an outdated 


558 W orst Jump 
In Jobless Total 


FRANKFURT, Ortnany — 

Ms Is Presley reiebraled his 
21th birthday Thursday. 


COtwONIAL* ROOM 

bi Tssr Dmim Ptsaaos 
lu*tM IjmmS II - I * «t 
I - 1 gar Daily 

IAMBS ut worst 
t* •• n • mi 


EAMON DE VALERA 
... for pi evident 


Jobless totals in Victoria for 
the |m*t week look their big- 
gest jump *0 far ibis winter, 
a spokesman f«»r the National 
Employment Servlre said last 


Ballroom 

Contract 

Awarded 


Sundlier 
Funeral 
Sel Today 


IT 19 .50 L 
50.0ft R 


Regular 

Trade-in 


NEB ha« registered for em- 
pkn mem 19VI men and I V%« 
women an Increase of VVt over 
thr previous week s figure* 
The iiM-rraae reflect* another 
B aeries of layoffs among ship 
K* 1 1 » 00 m millwoik a* the new vsrd wotkers. stoppage of 
Government House has been *e\ersl •x>n*t ruction project*, 
aw a 1 dr*t SigutrUon MiUwork temporarj- shutdown a of a ply- 
r«rrpany Limited of V*no>u wnn*f plant and a lo,-*t brewery 
Ver Work* Minster W N f"i tepa r* and seasonal nvrf 
Chant said jwatettlay haul and seasonal wuiket* laid 

A |/T 7TT pifilial fnt aMeta off after ('lifts! mas 
Uon» tu underground c Mr tries I D<e week* total of 5 5 . 1 b job 

Services s' Wundtafih Vh'«»l ***»‘kers ts. si ill 1T0 below the 
at New Westminster has been Vstfi pei»«ma registered this 
• w'atdrd Hume A Rumble of time last winter. Mid Ihe 
Vancouver, ha said. spokesman 


JANUARY 

CLEARANCE 

ODDMENTS 

20% to 25% OFF 


Ship Calendar 


Hnllowaars 


Slone Kings, III kt. gold 
Kar rings, 10 kt. gokl 

Pendant*, 10 kt. gnltl 
Brace lets, 10 kl. gold 
W afrhea 


Malware 


Glass ware 
Razors 

(oatume Jeweller) 


Regular 
1 /w Trade in 


OPEN TONKiHT 


No Exchange* 
No Refund* 
Nn Change* 


BARGAINS IN 
EVERY DEPT. 


Fully Automatic 
30" Electric 


Rag. $319.50 

EXTRA SPECIAL 


Weather Forecast 


• CLEAN 

CONTROL! .ED 
IIKAT 


January 10. 1059 

Cloudv and mild with a few 
•bower* a>d frequent sunny 
Interval*. Wind* south eaafefjj 
A 1 snift mg to southerly .0 
this morning Friday precipita- 
tion. .11] inch Sunshine, thiee 
hmira and 12 minutes Sunday 
outlook sunny periods. 

Kr.i, riled TetifperaturM 


'SHOWERS itpW' 

, WW / ' i A 


Ynun wilh thn 

GURNEY 

OIL RANGE 

Equipped with Ike 


southerly 25. High and low at 
Fate van Point. 50 and 4.1 Sun 
day outlook: little change, 

* trsnsm it * 

M 11 Mas Cm** 


poreesat Temperature* 

High ... V) Low .... 4.1 
Sunrlae.. 1.05 Sunset . 4 Tt 

East roast of Vancouver I* 
land Mostly elnmty and mild 
Rain ending this morning. Or 
eastona I shown * and a few 
aiiuny Intervals during the 
day. Wind* *mi()l east .V) ov»* 
Georgia .Hlrall atvd easieity \\ 
elsewhere shihing to aoulherly 
15 In the morning High ao.1 
low at Nanaimo. and 40 
Sunday outlook: showers 

West Coast of Vsnootiver Is- 
land— Cloudy sod mild with 
frequent shown*. Wind* 


C. J. McDowell 


1000 IMK GLAft 


751 FORT STREET PN 0 RE EV 3-1 171 









JTURfi 




Breaker Smashes 
Two-Mile Ice Lane 

MONTREAL (CP) — The icebreaker d lbnr- 
viiw cracked a twoiiulc Ice jam Friday, the *cc«nd- 
barrier between hrr and IS in-km freighter* 
trapped in Montreal harbor. . 

The (LOOM ton (inrrnmrnt *hip fought through 
Jco ratted S& twl to (hr bottom. 

The la*t barrier i« a mllr of ftimilar lea. 


PARIS t Reuter* l - Hu«»U ultima mm" rrrtled 


■ The fnwh »pokc*m*n Mid 
ha* •lighllv aiiaruMlnt |l» Soviet propo— U of Nov. 27 lor a gie.it difference at iti ratal* 

X^££Tw£ 2SL - — .* — *»>*» 

InrliralakH !>MaJ i Bri ll n involved 


ir Strike 
Settled 


■numtarMl a arttlrmml III 
principle nT thr American 
Air II nr* pilot*- %»rlke. Final 
drtalla rmuin In hr worked 
oot. 


notr that took a m. nil fled" 

tone. A similar note ha* heen 
handed in thr UnlN Stair* 
Hr said Ihr notr trie* lo 
‘‘dt**lpaie Ihr lmpre**inn of an 


JANUARY 


l„S. Tribute 


Canada fc Gifted 
Say Senators 


SOFA BED 


SECTIONAL 

DAVENPORT 


OCCASIONAL 

TABLES 


Dnlled Stair* Srnatr paid welcome un Ita floor a Tana 
Canada an Impre— iv* irihutr dlan parliamrniary delegation 
Friday a* they «aluird nm* Ird by Mark Dinuin Sprakrr 
Canadian pariiamrnlarlana : of Ihr Canadian Srnalr, and 
hrrr In aeek nay a of improving Roland Mlrhrnrr, Sprakrr of 
r r la tlona hri wren ihr VS and , hl> 

Commons. 

hrr northrrn neighbor | ■ 

Morr than a do/rn mrmhrr* 

Brisk round* of applau— 
broke out a* ihr rhamhrr au. r,,, “ ,h -" 

■ for Canada and hrr prnplr. 

C _.^ and Lyndon Johnson 'Pem, 

[IS Trx.1. Srnalr majority Iradrr, 

Wl —id hr «»* happy lo welcome 

• A f f V, 1 *u«1t ''ahlr aand gifted neigh 

i bora" h»* au*r hr knew of no 

C 1 country that "mtitr rr 
n •*"* '•*" ,h *" « 


Miikr* ait motive fhewtrr field 
yrt fold* oprn lo full *lxe hrd 
with aprlng fUlrd mattrraa! 
Fiva color*! 


Curved, bumper rnd davrrt|>nr1. 
arm on one rnd ha* ar^orite 
tray under liurn rubber rush- 
ion In Mown. brtge, rrd. heavy 
vlaroar cover. 


Train Folds. Two Die 

Railway passenger cur look* like a broken toy 
following collision at San Giuliano, Italy. The roach 
mi one of the Rome* Milan luxury tialn which 
alammed into three freight cars. Engineer of the 
e xp re a a and one passenger was killed. 


Chnltr of walnut. — nd mahog. 
any and novrliy fmi*hr*' Cof» 
frr Tablet. Strp Tahir*, Corner 
Tahir* 

Bargain Day 


Bargain Day 


Bargain Day 


SATIN 

DRAPERIES 

VI pnir* only, hrautlful, luat> 
rou* Anth|u«* Safin Draperies, 
full Width, with pinch pleat* 
fjniihrd, 7 tl. long 

Bargain Day 


SCATTER MATS 

m*rontlnurd Mmpir* «nd odd 
rnd* nf carpel bait 24 lo 77 
itwhr* wide V> to 54 It* he* 
long For hwlinom, liall. Uving 
room. etc. Rrg. to 19 50 

Bargain !>ay 


Popular 1-fl. star, ctuitly hox 
•piiog on A Irg* with match- 
ing nrlrtf filled maltreat 


bi<> «i n nriMtrrK 

Fu»«il* of reirnfrer found In 
British peat bed* thaw thr pie- 
hialoi tr fk-er *>-ir much laiger 
than Ihr modrin specie*. 


Bargain Day 


Continued from Pagr 1 | general or hi* rrpreseotaMvr thr prnpuv*l would cuat the 

Bliss* who while ill general lo ,n °k into ROWW comml— lott commi**lnn another 1 per eenl 
manaser. had abught a per operation* on Sfb.OOO.UOO Thi* I* not 

*-.nal after -hours interview In "At llr.f we thought that denied Mi Griffin -id 
hi* *Mr Dunn'** offkre to dl»- ** external auditor* we had Mt Griffin *ai«l that «i an 
cw** why the audltot* had not «‘»PPl>in* all the i" Dr* ** meeting Mr Cioahy 

moved In on the power oom formation requited t»> the gnv had received a more attractive 
mt*atnn. "I don't mind who I oinment but Piemtei Bennett offer of 3*. per cent Interest 
tt*lk A..*n (hr Hirer i v»uh " Mr —id our work wa* completely rale instead of 4 per cent pre- 
Dunn -Id -tt.fe.Amv " Mr Dunn -id vloualy offeied and that aink- 

# * # Mr Griffin rame in the aid ing fund eamtnga would hr 

X Mr Griffin *aid he had ®f power rwnmlu ion chair r*ilmatni at 4 pet rettl per 

•*e en on hoatIMty on the pait "*»»» T. H Cn»«by who Mr uinum • 

nf the provincial government Brtgg* had charged bed Mr. Griffin — id that a memo 
frrward* the com ml*-* Ion." hut double rro**ed and »ty f rom Mr Cr«»ab) to general 
added "there ha* hnwe\er nUe«1 him a* genet al manager. m atiagei Iftlgga had *t»led 
been a *eeming Irvllfference to. Although memhet# of the l>u|t ^| r Ctoaby bad told Mr. 
or lack of appreciation of. the tommr**ton max have at time* Kuh „ r and c j tTmttw that 
uneronomlc taak lrur.1 elecirl- had different view* un xaiiou* iVfTMnt ^, oll conMiJered it 
flcatinnt the commi*«ion ta matter*. In my opinion the *„ (jt4 j ^ „ m pj rr .void the 
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Subsidies a Subterfuge 


4 


S PEAKING at Regina thi* week, 
Northern Affairs Minister Alvin 
Hamilton assured a Progressive Con- 
servative audience that any further 
Increase in rail freight rates would 
•be borne by the entire nation.” In 
short by subsidies, to come out of the 
general tax pot. One is moved to ask 
from what source Mr. Hamilton 
thinks the money for perennial 
freight rate increases in the last 
se\cn years ha* come. Has that. too. 
not been from “the entire nation" as 
shippers/ user* and consumers of 
goods moved across the country 
from Ontario and Quebec to the 
fringes of the nation A federal rail 
rate subsidy, while a more open dip 
into the general pot. could have little 
terminal effect other than that 
caused now bv the rate hikes 

A resort to rail subsidies by the 
federal government might prove a 
momentary palliative for an un- 
balanced economic situation, bui it 
would also pile costs on costs for the 
general public in the price of goods 
delivered to their final destination. 
It would also be an evasion of the 
Dominion'* pledge to revise the whole 
rail freight structure, not only on ac- 
count of the position of the two 
transcontinental railway* but also— 
and in the long run for vitally in 
the interest* of the nation. The 


present rate set-up ha* divided the 
ten Provinces in Canada into two 
and eight; given favored treatment 
to the large and richest provinces, at 
the expense of four-fifths of the 
country; and. what i* worn, blocked 
all attempt* to level and make more 
even the disparity of living and other 
cost* across the breadth of Canada. 

If Mr. Hamilton look* a little 
more closely at what has transpired 
in the last decade, he should have 
little difficulty in tracing some of the 
over-all effects of this policy. Is it en- 
tirely' coincidental that the same 
eight Provinces have had their hands 
out for more at Ottawa In every 
Dominion - Provincial conference’ 
NVhat led to the recent formation of 
the “Atlantic Provinces'* bloc; and 
what of the bail-outs that have 
followed from the national treasury 
all of the way round the compass? 
Was it not the income position of the 
eight Provinces vis-a-vis the other 
two? 

It would be unreasonable to con- 
tend that freight rate bias precipi- 
tated the whole of this disparity, hut 
it ha* certainly perpetuated it and 
rendered a workable solution un- 
likely under the present patched up 
structure. To superimpose rail sub- 
sidies now on that me.** would invite 
confusion. 


It Must Be Cherished 


D 1 


way of life Id 
not easily come by; It ha* to be 
learned gradually. It Involves a kind 
of self-discipline that keeps order by 
consent and prefer* co-operation to 
ukase from above. It Implies a ma- 
turity that arranges its affairs by a 
shared participation of governance. 
Actually only a minority of nation* 
are democratic in thought and prac- 
tice. and even the theory of democ- 
racy Is being diluted by the com- 
plexity of public affairs which de- 
mand more and more restrictive 
rules. 

Some peoples prefer that their 
lives should he run from the top. with 
little say in their own destiny. This 
saves them the trouble of thought 
and effort, it being easier to let 
George do it. If they have never 
known political freedom, also, lack 
of regimentation leaves them feeling 
bereft. This has become evident in 
Pakistan, for instance, where the ap- 
plication of democracy has been sus- 
pended. Living now under martial 
law there is less chaos in government 
and a better ordered state of affairs. 


r The new Commonwealth of Ghana 
is another example that democracy , 
cannot he learned overnight. Self- 
gtAemment only brings peace and 
progress when a nation is ready for 
it. and in Ghana already an authori- 
tarian tinge surrounds the admin- 
istration in power. Even in Fiance, 
the embodiment of republicanism, 
thera has been the spectacle this 
week of President de Gaulle pledging 
In his inaugural address to "impose 
if need be’ what i* best for the public 
good — and being cheered tp the echo 
No doubt France needs a strict hand 
at the helm and only de Gaulle can 
revive its fortune*, -hut — no cheer 
would greet a Canadian prime minis- 
ter who publicly proclaimed that he 
would “impose” his will 

There are signs all over the globe 
in fact that authoritarianism in whole 
or in part Is becoming an accepted 
fote of governance, and it behoove- 
nations like Canada to cherish and 
protect the freedoms they have in- 
herited These can only he sustained 
by an active Interest in public affairs, 
by remembering that liberty is not 
license, and by the *elf-di«cipbn« that 
Involve* co-operation and a common 
responsibility for the weal of all. 


Unlighted Bicycles Everywhere 


D BESPITE police warnings— issued 
far too infrequently, it would 
appear — unlightcd bicycles continue 
to plague the live* of motor vehicle 
drivers in all the municipalities of 
Greater Victoria. They are to be seen 
on the streets every evening from 
dusk until well after dark, and appear 
to he most numerous at the time of 
greatest risk, when traffic is home- 
ward-bound from the centre of town. 

If the police are doing anything 
about this situation the result* are 
not obvious. It is customary to put 
the blame on parents who allow 
children to ride after dark without 
lights, and where there is negligence 
In this respect the rebuke is directed 
to the right place. But parents can- 
not accompany young cyclists where 
ever they go; and the fact that a bi- 
cycle may leave home with a lamp 
attached contains no guarantee that 
the light will be used. A groat many 


nf the unlighted bicycle* seen on the 
street* actually are equipped with 
lamps which their casual young 
riders neglect to turn on. Then again 
there is the inadequate flashlight 
held— illegally— in the hand with its 
beam, or more often Its dim glow, 
uselessly directed skywards 

Driver* of buses, trucks and cars 
have enough to contend with in the 
rush hours, especially at this time of 
year, without the added nerve- 
wracking experience of unlighted bi- 
cycles suddenly appearing in front of 
them, or dart in® out of aide streets 
into the traffic streams. The police 
should know that occasional appeals 
or warning* to children either go un- 
heard or are quickly forgotten. The 
situation calls for direct action on the 
spot and perhaps the Issuance of a 
.few summonses. If some examples 
were made the word would soon get 
arqund that the police meant 
business. 


Interpreting the News 


Congress’ Eye on 1960 


By DAVID ROWNTREE 
I ansdlan Pr»w Staff Wril#f 



Reply to Hoe row 

No Yielding 
To Threats 

• By H. N. EVVKK. from UmmIoa 

T HE replies of the British. Ameri- 
can and French governments to 
the Soviet notea of Nov. 27 calling lor 
a change In th* 
ataius of West Ber 
lin and for the 
withdrawal of 



jest's *'•**’*" 1 e 


"(iot to keep thin** balanced, you know” 


I round the World 


Cent Id W a ring 


Education 
Marches On 


Reports from Ottawa 


T he 
I n 


By DANIEL I MAH REN 

1E_ brave new world of I9*>9 look* 
cry much the umf as the old 


vm 

one to no fewer than 250,000.000 chil- 
dren who atyi have not a chance to go 
to school. Thl* figure wa» brought out 
In a recently-published UNESCO *ur- 
ve> of primary education throughout 
i he world UNESCO'* figures, col 
lerlrd over a three year period esti- 
mate that there are approximately 
**1000000 Children aged five to 14 
In the world today, but only 30O.00IV 
000 of I hem are In school 

Tire picture la not a completely 
dark one, the survey shows. During 
the early 19V)* the world passed the 
halfway mark In getting school age 
youngatera into classroom*: the enrol- 
ment figure wa* 46' • in 19V) and J.Vk 
in 193*. 

Eriui aioi a. too. *r* managing to 
outstrip population Increases. Be 
tween 19*»» and 19.34. child population 
went up by 22** throughout the world 
ami primer) school enrolment by 33"*. 
But. warn* UNESCO, more pupil* do 
not necessarily mean better education 
Many countries today at ill show low 
enrolment figure* e* penally in A*ia 
and Africa, hut it i* »n these very 
countries that enrolment* *re increas- 
ing the moat. In the Belgian Congo, 
for example, the number of pilmaty 
school pupil* swelled from 145,000 In 
1930 to 1060 000 a quarter century 
later. Enrolment in Ghana ro*e from 
33.000 in 1932 to 50*000 In 1934. 






the capital which takes the 
form of an imaginary monologue. 
Runs Ilka this: 

•Come in. Sid- 
ney. P l * a ■ * *H 
down- Sidney. I've 
wanted to have a 
chat with you for 
mm* time. I've 
been thinking 
about your future. 

I'm wandering If 

you're happy in 
what you’re doing. Wondering if there 
isn't something else you'd rather do. 
For example well, there's the Sen- 
ate Now. 1 wouldn t want you to mis- 
understand me. Sidne\ . lm not aug 
gesting a demotion. But the Senate 
Isn't functioning •* Effectively as It 
should It needs an Infusion of new 
blood; of able men like yourarlf who 
can revitalize it and lead it to greater 
achievements . . .** 

Thl* satirical humor make* the 
point that the Hon. Sidney Karl# 
Smith has been no howling success 
as secretary of atate for external af- 
fair*. But It also potnta up the fact 
that the cabinet In early January of 
193® la basically the same a* that 
iwotn In on June 21. 1937. 

The only change* have been th# 
addition of six ministers to bring It 
up to full strength; portfolio alufta 
by two of Prime Minister Diefen- 
baker a •’original*." and the dropping 
of the Tory leader In the Senate Irom 
the cabinet. 

* * * 


T HE Republican* have reshuffled their 
leadership for th* Will congress 
Which opened In Washington this week. 

In the House of Representative*, th# 
change wa* made to have a younger man 
In charge of the party's Woe. 

But the Senate appointment of minor- 
ity leader, formerly held by William 
Know land w ho resigned am* ruined his 
political career in an unsuccessful cam 
paign to become governor of California, 
was a display of the Infighting that both 
Pe mortals and Republicans are waging 
as the I960 presidential election ap- 
proaches. / 

The struggle* within die partita are 
by racenily elected congressmen, many of 
them of a liberal or progressive persua- 
sion. who are quarrelling with the old- 
timer* and old Idea* They are finding 
the changes alow Ui coming. 


Joseph W. Martin of Massachusetts, . 
74. waa eased out aa th* house Republican 
leader after 20 years In that post. 
Charles A Halleck a SRyearold repres- 
entative from Indiana, was chosen in 
hi* place. Both ar* regarded as highly 
conservative. .... 

The Senate appointment of Everett 
Dtiksen of Illinois was th* eholc# of old 
guard Republicans Junior-ranking a*na 
ton tried to have John Sherman Cooper 
of Kentucky appointed In an attempt to 
move closer to the president and so exert 
an fhflueme on government policy. They 
were placated to some extent W> »he 
choice of a young Californian. Thomas 
Kurhe. as Senate whip 

# * a 

The young Republicans, elected In 
spite of wave* of Democratic support laat 
November and two yean earlier, bellev* 
that to retain the presidency when El sen 
bower goes they must reshape the party’s 
appeal to the voter. 


The 1.3R7 page* of the UNESCO 
survey offer some interesting side- 
light* *n how various countries go 
about the problem of opening schools, 
finding teacher a and keeping children 
In them Here are a few of ihem In a 
quick trip around the world of prim- 
ary education: 

Argentina lakes 2t T- from Uie pro- 
reeds of the sale of public land to help 
finance education. 

The one teacher school la vanishing 
from Oylna with IV introduction of 
a new Idea by the .Ceylon Education 
Department: only married couples 
are assigned to small rural school* 
Teachers are less overworked and. as 
an added result, more girl* are attend- 
ing schools. 

Lessons in kayak building and dog 
tesm driving supplement the three Rs 
In th* curriculum of • hoarding 
school at Thule In the north of Green 
land. Ro> s also learn harpooning and 
the rise of firearm*, while girls ar* 
taught t o sew sklna 

Itinerant teacher* are still consid- 
ered in I • eland as the only answer to 
the problem of educating children In 
thinly -populated district*. The teacher 
travels from one farm to another and 
children from nearby homes rome 
daily to th* farm where he is teach 
»ng. 

Tha tumultuous geogiaphy of 
ftwltserland has led to th* passing of 
a federal law authorizing payment of 
a "mountain allowance' 1 lo school* In 
certain canton*. A “linguistic allow 
arce'' la also paid In canton* where 
the number of languages < four *r* of 
fkia! In Switzerland) means extra 
outlay on textbook*. 

Sarawak ha* found a novel, hut 
effective, way of redwing truancy. 
Local school authorities In Dayak 
areas, wheie people are accustomed 
to th* use of pledge*, have passed 
School attendance law* requiring 
parents to deposit a pledge which la 
only returned one* their child has 
completed his four year course. 


There la no rea*«»n to believe a rah- 
Inent reorganization la Imminent - 
except th# feeling In Ottawa that one 
la considerably oveidu* 

Why? Well, not because old age 
has overtaken the ministry. Rather, 
th# argument la that Diefenbaker can 
strengthen his first atrtng team by 
taking In some of the brighter Tory 
MPa who have entered public life 
tine# June 10. 1957. It isn't- hard to 


The Paekmrk 


name a half dozen departments of 
government whose ministers have not 
shown abilities In keeping with their 
responsibilities Aside from external 
affairs, the departments of mines and 
of defence production ar# the moat 
glaring eximplrs. 

I do not consider that finance and 
defence ar# among this half dozen. 
But It i* true that the results to date 
of Donald Fleming's fl«ca) and econ 
omlc policies are at least disconcert- 
ing. considering the sue of the pros- 
pective deficit and the amount of un- 
emplo) merit in the country. And de- 
fence policies ate such a morass of 
uncertainty and indecision that on* 
may be pardoned lot wondering If the 
job of organizing and maintaining 
th* country's defences hasn't proved 
too much for Georg* Pearkea. 

# * * 

I and others have made th* point 
, before now that the Diefenbaker cab- 
inet often reacts a* though It were 
still Her Majesty’* Loyal Opposition. 
Years out of power seem to have 
given ihe Conservative leaders an op 
poailion psychology too Ingrained to 
be overcome even by a year and a 
half In office 

This la a main reason. 1 suspect, 
why some of the originals of June 21, 
1937. have not had too much confi- 
dence In their top departmental offi- 
cial*. These minister* for example. 
Fleming, and Trade M l n I % I e r 
Churchill have tried lo do loo much 
themselves, often making decisions 
Independently, rather than on the ad 
vice of their chief official*. Mistake* 
have been made, and bottleneck* have 
developed In the handling of adminis- 
trative wnrk- 

A shuffle of poll folios, the retire- 
ment of some miniated, and the 
elevation to cabinet rank of some 
bright hack benchers should 
strengthen the cabinet and improve 
the quality of government. And as 
residual legatee of cabinet discards, 
the Senate should benefit too. 


Power of Persuasion 


troops were deliv- 
ered on New Year * 

Eve Naturally they 
are in th* essentials 
resiataments of th* 
declaration made In 
Pails In Dei:. 14 by the three foreign 
ministers and the foreign minister of 
the West Gei man government; and of 
NATO Council* communique of Dec. 
16 Which unanimously approved and 
endorsed that declaration. 

In the notes, aa In th* declaration 
and communique, th# Soviet govern* 
mem la told politely but firmly that 
th* Western power* cannot admit th# 
right of that government to repudiate 
unilaterally the Four Power agree- 
ments on Berlin to which It la a signa- 
tory: that it must atiU he regarded 
as under obligation to ensure freedom 
of communication between Berlin and 
West Germany , and that the proposal 
to convert West Berlin Into a demlli* 
tartzed “free city. M against the wlshea 
of Its two million inhabitant*, cannot 
be accepted, sine* It would jeopard- 
ize Berliners. 


At th# a* me time the Western 
powers repeat their readme** to di» 
cus* th# futuie of Berlin aa part of . 
the wider question of the future of 
Germany. Their laat offer of this on 
Sept 30 remains unanswered by tha 
Rusnsm R still stands 
The Western allies. In ahort. cannot 
accept a unilateral abrogation of in* 
ternattonal agreement*: nor can they 
yield to threat* or Implied threat* of 
force. The consequences of doing thl* 
air a matter of tragic record. 

But the door la wide open for tea* 
snnabte negotiation about the futura 
of Germany 'including Berlin t and 
the linked problem of European se- 
curity. These are the essentials of th# 
new notes 

One could have wished II had been 
possible to limit them to these But 
that la made impossible by the un- 
fortunate Russian practice of making 
their diplomatic note* occasion for 
long polemical at lark* and accusa- 
tion*. Their purpose It hard to **#. 
Certainly it t« not a practice that ta 
conducive to reasonable discussion or 
to the easing of tension. But accusa* 
tions once made cannot be left un* 
answered. 

* * # 

The present rase is a particularly 
had one. The Soviet note on Berlin 
accuse* the Western powers of plan* 
nlng to make West Berlin into a has# 
for military aggression against East 
Germany and the Soviet Union a 
somewhat ludicrous charge, since th# 
Western garrison in Beilin number* 
10.000 the Soviet and East German 
troops that surround it over half a 
million. 

It accuse* them of violating th# 
Potsdam Agreement Mor# gro- 
tesquely it turn* hark to allege that 
the Western powers "encouraged acta 
of direct aggression by Nazi Germany - 
against a number of peace-loving 
states'' and that only when Wesiern 
Europe had been overrun did they 
turn to “organizing, jointly with tha 
Soviei Union, resistance to Fascist 
Germany. Italy and Japan ” 

When one remembers ihe Molotov 
Rihbentrop Pact, ihe two sided lnva* v 
alon of Poland, and the dote associa* 
Unn of the Soviet Union and Nazi 
Get many for a year after the fall of 
France, one's breath is taken away. 

But all the same such charges must 
be answered They have been. And 
©nemugt hope*- though not very hope- 
fully that Moscow will leave this 
fi uitles* argument at that 


B> GREGORY CLARK 



E VERY boy In the block on which 
I lived at a child had a collection 
of birda' egg* Except in museums. I 
haven’t a e e n or 
even heard of a 
buds egg collection 
in more than 30 
years. It I* one of 
the most curious I ^ 
revolutions of mod "** 
ern time*, and 
those who have 
high hopes of the 
possibilities of re 
forming human nature by gentle per- 
auaaion can take hope from what hap 
pened aomewher# between 1900 and 
1920. lo a basic Instinct of boyhood. 

A birds' egg rolled ion had a special 
fascination. To begin with, the egga 
themselves. In their Infinite variety, 
were beautiful and precious looking. 
To collect them Involved a challenge. 
You had lo be a hunter, a watcher, 
an explorer and a climber. To pre- 
pare them blow Ihem. called upon 
skill and a high degree ofbandteraft. 
A good deal of pride went Into the 
' preparation of the boxes In which Ihe 
collections were kept. There waa 
trading, too. The boys vtstted from 
home lo home. Inspecting and, com- 
paring the collectiona of their friends 
There was. In some measure, a profit 
In it. for soma of tha adult collector* 


paid good money for a rare egg. In 
the neighborhood In which 1 lived 
there were far more egg collection* 
than atamp collection*. Stamp* were 
for sissies 

Then, aomew here in the early 
1900s. a quiet propaganda waa 
launched against egg collecting, and 
giiveroment pamphlets were distrib- 
uted which put a new emphasis on 
the living birds rather than on their 
egg*. Then law* were brought In pro- 
tecting the song and Insectivorous 
bird* on ground* of agricultural econ 
omy. and one clause coveted the tak- 
ing of the eggs of these protected 
birds. 

Rut It was not the law alon# that 
put an end to th# egg collection. It 
waa the propaganda, powerfully 
backed by the books of Ernest Thomp- 
son Seton, W J. Long and Charles 
G. D. Robert* that, tn th# early year* 
of the century, launched the new cult 
of looking at nature Instead of con- 
suming It. It became not merely un 
lawful. It bream* unseemly to col- 
lect egg*. Today. 1 can't Imagine 
anybodv, even a amall child, disturb 
Ing a bird's nest. In 39) year* we hav# 
converted a whole world We hav# 
exorcised out of tht* generation an 
acquisitive Instinct that must tn the 
case of bird * eggs ’hose jewel*, b# 
•a old m m*a himself. 


Far more important is th* questlihp 
of Soviet reaction to these Western 
note* Here is the arid test of Khrush- 
chev’s real Intentions. 

He created the "Berlin crisis** out 
of a clear sky. Why he did no remains, 
like so much in Soviet politics, ob- 
acure. But he now has hla opportun- 
ity If he wishes lo talk sensibly about 
German and European problem*, th# 
Western powers are ready to listen to 
any ieaaon*hle proposals. 

If he la inteal on • "war of nerves’* 
there will he more outbursts like th# 
speech of Gromyko in which h# 
thieaiened th*» Berlin might N» 
another Sera)evo' prelude to • third 
world , war. aa Serajevo waa to th# 
fust. 

One thing Is sun;. The Western 
powers will not yield to threat*. For 
w* learned 20 years ago that yielding 
to threats doe* not buy peace. 


With the Classics 

All plaiea that the eye of 
heaven visits 

Are to a wise man ports and 
happ> haven*. 

Teach thy necessity to reason 
thus; 

There la no virtua like necessity. 

-saiiumu 


I 




duly tfolplltjl Vkteria. I.C .. Sat Jaa 1® 1 Ml 


Letters tit the Editor 

It Makes Me Sick 9 


It makes me u* k to my aluinath to think that such 
uncivilized conditions could exixi in Victoria. that a 
Canadian citizen I* subjected to *ueh embarrassment and 
discrimination be. xuxe of the color of hi* akin or tha 
shape of tu* eye* Ar.d when *o called ilghteous people 
U>e the cowardly and mlaguided phrase. ‘They are not 
like u»." H I* onl) adding insult to Injury. Incident* like 
ttiese ate tai more effective than any *un seeking rocket 

cliques who wish to denounce democracy. 

Acin»* ihe tiiret from <>u hou»e live a voung gentle 
man and hu lovely wtfr lie la a school teacher, lie »• In- 
telligent. generous/ honest, kind and he la Chinese, t am 
proud to he able to call him m> friend. This man would 
he an asset Jo any neighbor hnod 1 am only too glad to 
know that he Ihe* in our*. 

I a Ian know Richard Wood who wa» baited fiom a 
health.dub until mvtttlj You couldn't find a niter fellow. 
Today when so many of us young people are In trouble 
we could learn a great deal from Dickie. Theie wasn't 
an- ifier \l O in Victoria tea l ade l Corps that had moia 
respect finrn the ship's company than Dickie had 

To those poor unfortunates who do not feel as 1 do In 
this disgraceful thing 1 ran only say they have my deepest 
Sympathy. 

KEN GRIFFIN. 

1102 Empress Avenue 

( reed Mocked 



Stark Religion 
Broadway Hit 

By i.FoKj.F W (OHVM.I, Mr tka* a searti g note in this play find* it parity in tha report- 
NEW YORK « AP My God. d *> haunted by lorcaa of India era live strength of men to rise 
my L»od . though I am In criminate destruction again from tha rubble still In 

nor ent. Thou cruahest me with Seldom has a major theatre faith as Job did. Job also 
a tempest . . . Why * Why? ... rat *uCvr » been so forthrightly dound a deeper answer: Man s 
show me my guilt. O m> God"’ *nd starkly theological -mall blindness compared to 


fW««< (J 


New Hall for 


(arllioro 15a \ 


of the Biblical Job. HI* modem closer to this generation than 
newest hit Is a businessman In he has to any other In centur- 
the title role of "J B lea " *a> • the author, poet 

rtw question why should Art UcLaiah PHIIRPH HF Oil R I ORD 

God ,b wants justice. Ha mad tnUKWI VT UUW LUHU 

suffer' calamity? has troubled I® know the reason for hi* 
minds through the ages, and wretchedness And It is In those 

repealed cries of hu that we 

heai most clearly our own 

voices. ’■ 


NltODMl I 


Construction of the new $70,000 Cad- 
boro Elay United Church Hall, shown 
in model, it expected to begin this 
spring, officials said yesterc^y. 
Spokesman for the committee. jT E. 


('assort said local supj»orters and 
friends have already donated more 
than $25,000 to the fund, hut further 
—Arontribution* would he needed before 
construction could liegin. 


( litircli VI omen 
Meet Monday 

Regular meeting of the 
afternoon branch of Christ 
Churrh Cathedral women's 
auxiliary will be held Monday 
at 2 30 p.m. at tha church, 


What is the answer* The 


per 

pel 

the 

m* 

ns 


>*t cnngiatulatton* lo ihe Colonist for its 
yosung the racial intolerance of various clubs 
inns in Victoria 

hai moat people don't like sttting next »« a 
> unkempt ot disorderly; hut as long as a 
s the dub tules of dress and rieporlmen’. 
■*> no exriuaiva due to rac* or *olor 
m/a units ma> give *• an excuse that It Is a 
imtal or international -policy. If this la the 
time Ihev themselves by using their 

autonomy to change ibeir conatitution •<*- 

e nf ihe Fraternal Order of Eagles, their 
»rty. Truth Justice and Equality. he.*»mea 

DON PARTRIDGE 


In City ( luirclies Sunday 


Matching Topics Set 


Canon (ieorge Biddle will will spea 
speak on matching topics m thustaam 
service* si Si. John's Angll* John, ar 
can Church, ilia morning ser *‘A Pews 
mon is "Gods Presence and 
7.30 p m “God* s Purpose '* Memo* 


Market deeded 


Holy 

at h a 

and *»• 

Him 


id a far 

at 9 30 


•Id 


tie held at 


nn "Dangerous En Rev Sianle 
from lire Goa pel nf of night acha 
In the evening on ver Bible Im 
owetful Church.” duct both se 

a a * 

mbera of King's [>augh 
u4 Victoria will attend 


11 All* 


dean I 


hurt*. 

A fm 


at 

a 


ite. will cr 
e* as gui 

Ural Baptl 


of 


Angwt 
rrs an 


will 


of 


good frl 


■ Is 


of a subslit 


>U1t< 


th< 


aklng up tha cudgels for nur 
,et stall holder*, and advocating 

I for a market, not necessarily 
affair hut mote compact and 
nt building. If ihla is not done, 
l forever, and a blow struck at 


As Ihe number of stall holder* recognising the hand 
witting on the wall, has dwindled *o has Ihe number of 
ru*iumeis. but if a new market were opened old and new 
atallholdei* would appeal, and ok! and new cuatomeia. 
Their are •tall a ver* large number of people who ap 
pi.1 t«te flesh produce that has not bee,, depr ived nf most 
of it* final value by processing, painting freezing. In 
ovulation atul injection Hie product. not the package. 

Our cm Fathers have been doing a pretty good job. 
and no doubt appreciate the nerwaaity of maintaining thla 
easeottat service and are giving serious considers Hon to 
piuvlding sun able quarters* In the menn time, let s give 
them a nudge. 

DONALD H SEYMOUR. 


celebrated by Bishop P. A G. 
flankllor at Church ot Our 
I .o« d piuir to Die tegular 

morning u-mire at 11 a.m. 

a a a 

Rev. Emma M Smiley will 
conduct both services at Vic 
torla Truth Centre Her morn- 
ing sermon is "The World and 
All That Lie* Therein," and 
evening ‘Truth 1* Stranger 
Than Fiction. 11 

a a a / 

Two sei te* of meditations 
will be continued by Rev G. 
R Faster at First Baptist 
Church In the morning he 

. IAITIS 

■sotmiAiT oarnn nttmcs 

ASmirala B4 • L«SU a, 

fcl.su,** It** O ■ Tuiata a A. 

Mvtmni War**!* 1 1 so 

P*aai*a Vasts a***,.# T m p « 

ooarri ssui • lasrtr* 


Islamic Religion 

r 

Meet in" Topic 

Presflenl ot Br*aiit Lodge. 
Frank P. Boucher, will dlaruas 
The Religion of Islam,” at a 
public meeting Sunday at X 


First United Church 

r*r Qaa4,a », B*l*un I Iw4 

Mt»i »'*<■• 

a** s t Riiiwi as a o. 
a»* C Uistxas ions'” a a 
a», w w KcSmt w>b m « no 

fcl: and Mr* i Unriu Wc-a 


M II h 


11 no a fn. 

I "Christian* Outside 
many I the Church ? 7 7 ” 

sdan I BiXMdufcsi over CKDA 


it Afr^s 


Anglican Services 

Christ Church Cathedral | 

Kim kland and Quadra 

Th tin Her a, isn WWIMS, 

MX. MM. Daaa aad Ikw 

a a.m.— Holy I omm union 
US am.-^oly I omm union 

II xm. — Maitlns * 

Sermon: The Dean 

7.3# pm-Kirawni 

Sermon: The Rev Canon 
R E. H Howell 

>Braa«raO C/V1> 

II.IS am — Holy tom 
muni*>n. tines Bav Hail 
STB Niagara M. 

aunda* e*Kaal al IS* Htatnsl 
Malt ■ a life Marwrv at II a fiats 
tM a: <IM J*a«t as* Hi9 st 

I* 6 tier* 

»~r CMsawas 
II * « TfewraXar llltfe 
Mstilaa aarX *m« ar MIIS 
lonwiil ««■» aaataaf »' » IS p ■ 

ST.JOHN’S 

O.adia Maa* Paasars 


First Church of 
Christ, Scientist 

Cktatir, St. aa* faaSara S*a. 

X B,ax<h ar Tfea Slain** CfeuKX 
Th* Pun Charts •( CSrlii 
WiM'Iss In Baeaa. M»*»*«hu»*iu 

si nos r si as ic i s 
II SS *>, aad ill i as. 

Subject : 

••SACRAMENT” 


•UMTIAV SCHOOL 

US* IS 

Taturaaa, Maacna 

•wihss, S*S par 

ram rv sue aaxomn boom 
xxo LMtJuto uaaxav 
•st Brausataa s «i 
ALL SRI SSBLCOfctl 


J la«r*a Saiith OrpanUS 

IM ta Halp Csr*«sks 

II • ib Marnln* e.a r*» 

Chair amna* 

Serniun: 

-GREAT POXsirii ixifA" 

Bishop 

D. A. C.. Kankilor, P.D. 

IM pa Ivaiaaai 
a* am Mi* r m ah*Bd:ap 

Vrmnn 

“A3IRAHS ^ DORA OF 
I'HRINT” 

Tha BUiia* 




I 1 


• <w a a. - H—T 
§ )R « r f*r> ' « tfruri and 

• GOD’S PRESENCE’ 

tit»« 


r« 


pan e,*l 
• S M-. 


•** 


METROPOLITAN 
UNITED CHURCH 

faadata at Qaad*a 


Cl 

^b 


BxnS** 

SO* 


THE 

OF 


VOICE 

ONE 


i oosm caxrBL 
o*s *a* 


luadap at 
laa* 


*a*a*»* 

VS 


a-oa asv oossn. Hsu 

'• n« M«r •** ia*a»*< • 

•a , a « »”M|i an« a»„ 

areas 


r*< r i n i*i«* 
Be- a la i* a. 


O' pa,- la* aad 
Mr Bra# ■•<>- 


xao no 

ax its 

l*,a« MS.. 


"The Tragedy ot Not 
Growing Up 


ar From the 

: j t» 

ingaom 


Aim Hfl 


inn* N« 1 

■ttrin* *r Ji 

Cl f4*r i 

fruH:«a 

ftiiehNlHci 

L Higglm 

t both »et 

i. RA, 
•vices 


SS 

1 

liasa 


By REV. DR FRANK A. NOR LEY 


The most wonderfuJ thing in the world if the un- 
conquerable human spirit. Sports editor* have been 
r homing thetr bent story' of the year. Was It "old 
man” Archie Moore getting up off the floor to win ev*.- 
a gainst Durelle? Or ihe American underdogs in the — V 

dissension, yet 


tnax msiMSM Mr M S*a- 

Sp> al O • s p • I BMtiaft 
M«a». iM«M« M f*i 

la, lartail,' (*pw,m M, 
B Wa.arl liiia n»*,tnr 


"Through Jesus 
Christ Our Lord” 

Ik. Jam*** |>rca« king al 
twill* arrvirra 
• al a- a .. a * Bcsae 

sal M«wf, a* «««•! 

IM I* TV* fiiMia* O-s a**a 
■S IS* Rar I*. 

Is* * a* Tha Yw*« Staplii 

I'ataa ■*•!, in tha Ta-jMi K«ia 

Naar.hp SUSP In.ialHS 


Ontario and qiirhrr 

KRIKNIMSMIP NIGHT 


D« 

to 

fet 

ala 

up 


tor 

th* 

I 

th* 

lai 

Ini 


tUi 


up. demoralized 


Or 11 


fcl 


New York Yankees "hopeU 
k like rhampionx? 


coming on 

v» de- •““* 


MILSU L**OIV 
) ijoen usi i 
f as pa* Tfea b 
•p*S*»> Hr U<a* * 


i«» in# Fo 

1 H Me* 

IJAAfeJUp Mo l, 

Morn NmI 


• •••■Mi 


itii.scon • C os* 

JS pm 

lit* Mam P.a 



iss pm 



1 # at 4 W >s ; %# t f 

II | 

L9I, • m 

Hhi 

ia| AkdM 




It grrady 


Prill 

life 


up 


They refused evi 


or: sdr* Mtiu-K nupti 

aVStl Tn aria In *04 J*,W*S S' «l 
•Ives of privileges si s *s * ■ Boas** *>saa* 

••e surh aa »«••••-*► • - 


gofng 


l»e c 
Ihe bills to gall 


as. 


TJS a m 


Is the struggle going out of 
i,<t n.e ■»'» » nr,w * Ufa* Have unions arruaiomed 
ne inio tn* army. mrn jbink hard' work is 
•xp*H ting too much of wrong* Have paienis pamp 
t> the loaders main eied chiklren into thinking 
overcome the soft liv- tbev should be ihauffeured 
bleb hoys have become everywhere Instead of walk 
nod as a way of life, log* Aie governments making 
•Idlers who were cap all of us believe we have a 
mxequimily, Just ' gava right to "subsidy ’existence?” 

Do W;uil l>azv Life? 


Wafeaaafea* Sum #'•>* 
a «S> 

erife*’ 1am PaLabin* l 

•* ta, P*a,a 

nctoniA COOPSL 

NALL 

•)V ftnaatt *»• 

IINaa Wa»a«ia safe 
B,*a4 

• Mam —4 aafea * arnsot 

*wa 

feaatas af 

IN la-dtS'l *ar>J*a. avaaaa* Mr 
Jab a *!•••’' 

TutMa « (pm ln*a raafeias 

Tnaraaa, (am a,*’" 



Fairfisld United Church 

raKfwi* aa4 M*« 

ear M K istinila*, M. lit 

Mr a<>4 Mr* »««#' **»•>•* 
•si »eap Bean*, 

III i* Jaawn ana Iniaia 
Ham Priaiaif *n4 a nanpai.a* 

Barman Bun, Mia 
lias am I ■»,.*.• Had “ 

1 n pm Lt»* o«4 Ca.aaaai - 




Centennial United Church 

<Mr|a Baa* a»ar nr al Baaplas 
• aa Mliiuda 


Are 


King w< 


• he 


snarrrsiis-r 

vieroaix aemrruxuMi cw 
rn C4wr,n#« at 

•undap. * an ll. IS 
R»» t SIIIm apaakar 

_ fc-STTSB BST SSIRIS 

>r jsaon c 

la* Da, Sam it BV * * 31 * 


Britain stood Txa ciniacH or jbsot ewairr L*»- I 

i aaiPT ant irsuv _ 


a 

lr.i 

•o 

•A 


;i a i 


life 

* 

nelli 


Ndlp Caaawuan • a a> 
r>»n«Bl and t*,ma. J p • 


irs 1 tf 


IL 


An 


*r- member how 
til alone igatnst overwhelming 

he • I'liitstian and tone in Hie daikeat lay* of 

,h.«.ra, u li'l,. l rh.l1lltl,-n*Hl« CIW tSTAOStMUX Ora**# Mail m 
'* should require ine"*, simi i nutrniii *u. neo ,o coun*#? •»■*•* wmin* n 

of physical and hla troubled companion* earn**. s*w«ir «> '- m 

effort* Are out "Gemlemen, 1 find It rather 4smxM sv 

its. emphaslxirg Inspiring*” rr Mxmirrt t.s*neoRn 

||V|n| tryinj fo Dionfn cm inr UTKonquriini? ^ jonTS, COt*wooo 

ongmg not for (be human spirit are endless Jan. 
it for the lazy life .1 was the bnthday of Father 
of i*,e«| ia advei Damien. In 1970. he went to 

« raster toeat"»* Ihe lepers on Molokat Island Hope Lufberon CbuccH 

•e wUh BlM who lived 5 r;*;» Immorality ^.a 'ITT: Nau,-’ 

ilsm has be bv Ihe molto. In this place. •„« thu u >n* ur* 

We dr* pair Ihrre is no law.” He helped Cfes— *• *♦• 

n one despair build homes and hospitals, min- mm h *m*i ts • » 

k. that elfin Islet to Ihe sinners and the t'h , • 

* lit tie Jewish sick Ten y ears laier he on c c >#«•»• *a«ta* r» i-un 

US With eyes traded leprosy. 1® years laier GRACE ENGLISH 

• no you r* he died , LUTHERAN CHURCH 

im roai ■! 

l/troa l NaSt|*:. pa*le, ***«*• 

1 tv | l. M raa . SV 1 -SSI 7 Sunddf 
■'Ml • 4S am; warntap varafelp tl 

Luma’ (*a|*, st • JS am VtM(«ra 

Jan 4. UM th# birth Phoenknan characieis fiom — — 

dav of I»ut* Braille hllnde*! -one engraving. In the Am. ooor da.mjni^urnnk.M. 

/on lungles until he died of a »ulc a. »«urr *•"•<•• •r***’ 1 
ho be . * Bar**** iO#*saa«» and 4wn4a a*r-«1 

'ever. in p* at x»an • n«Hi a**a •• 

flnext organiat in Perhaps you couk! be thrilled •••"»*,• «a. j s dd 

ft with the cello'' b» Ihe caravans that travelled -- 11 11 ■ — 

. n .. i „ RSI most IPTWTRSR rwmirM 

ned sclent 1st. But. the d.ono-milr louinev bv ea lMlHMII , 

Braille developed and land, through mountain cwaii st nu* i* uir 

Di*>R4 srvK* IM a aa 

•s Rarbtei, a system paase* and deserts, hundred. rur«s, ’<im> 4| (am 

which ha* opened of yeors before Christ bring •• *«mhpo-s eunk m o*M*,,aam 


Oak Bay United Church 

Mlukfll at Oraalta 

• tl*,*a4f, CalSa*. BV. 

M.al-al Otraciar Ura W H.a.h 
two M<i«sisq sravicss 
I • (• a *4 II M 

I Ha, ranwnt of Communion 

| » ts Samar Ban4sr Whaol 

I ianva, Bu*4a, Brlierl 
ChtM Cat* ao4 Xaratr, 


a*. IWitiai a Carr a X • D 
M -••••<' D iauaaian# 

DlIRSl At M 
JaliSR A WMta. ATOM 

M** Ma, carat aUs*A»i4 

i I "The Whisper of God" 

• I Rev Douglas P Carr 

ll II •• a a/ Cfeuich haw:. Raa* 
C rack* KaaaRry 

I | •<>*• Ife* WRo.a Ptmi.y la Ckairk 

j tN is 

|‘ | “A Chur* h <*rnrral Speaks" 

Howard D. Johnston* 


Choral •*■< •** Pupur 1 'Wo*tap» 
On a Orsons' -Mumll. 

- Crn# tniarmavaa* -«*»**' 

“GOD’S PURPOSE’’ 

P**acKfi Caaaa IU4ia 
ll a a ia*4ap B rh a a .a 

St. Peter'*, Lake Hill 

44 Pmm a Baa4 aoar Oaa4ta 
II am B««4a* fe r h—' 

II am MR, Communion 
Pi • *o» O- K M Riaa 

I p aa - Hair •apuam 

ST. MARY’S 

rida R*a«. OaS 

Rev Hvwel 4. Jones. I Th., 
Re*-tor 

Kaif Caatmuatna • JS a m 
Pam Ur Sarriaa • IS a a* 

Mai l in* anS (,-»•* Ham 
StananoS B*4 •♦'»♦« 1 p m 
•roachar Tut BtCTOW 

Bafcy Oaffea 11 a m 
IB Mta Parma Nall 

fetaia, fer fe oa- Smipi 14 IS 
P>a- Pomary Prlmaip aod 
iuamra Ham 

Tfe«r«4ap Nair Cammuaws. 

IS M a m 

ST. PHILIP’S 

faratr (Ml aa4 PaatSamaa Sia. 
Nal? faootaiM (Mam 
Ma> ima at>4 Inaaa II a aa 
P’aarhv, BSV a MDOfORO 
X>*ot a. Mol It* aa4 11 a m 



OAKLANDS CHAPEL 

• M a ip —Tha ls*4 a a.poar 
II 11 a m family fed* Naur 
ana BuoSay fekm. 

MR. 4. ROBERTSON 

IM pa Ooapot 

MR F HARK I WON 

IN pa Taump Paw * • «•*, 
at Q,*4ra Chap* l 
IN l* TfeutaSat 
Prarar an4 BiMa «lu4r Mmuaf 


iMcIcomc 


•a Mill MIIHI I( a ••*!( 

•< <ha 

Ural < hurrh of tha 
Nasarene 

Qua«ra •<r**V aa4 Swi|i PaaS 
Pa* tor Rr< * R Aiitixrs 

Beginning Wednewday 
Jan. 14 

Evang. and lira. 

Y 4. 4 SHARF1JEH 

Praarbo* - Muatriaa 
liapita 

t «• pm **.( waanrasap 
all ana saroui 


roMoaaon 

t H am Buasay arhmU 
» oraxip l*n k»i 
IIN aa aos • JS »■— Tfea 
paaior ottl praaHl- 




•iii im»w 


to attend... 


OPEN 000R 

SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 

laaa ( (nm* 
its* nnsanAsr 

Nn M NrlrtUWf 

T M p m >«• rats or 

kvnNUSftl’ 

Ml o It Ttio«i*» 
Tha.riar • P Mm ( an* 
Ciair*eyaoca 



SUNDAY 
11 am. and 
7 30 p m 

Wed and Sat. 
9TI0 p m. 


1ST *..*.•« 


Theosophical Society 

|n,al lout* Sal Ravaromaat St 

“The Religion of Islam" 

Pufeiw tortura fef 

M« fraoS P (••• a*r 

fw..--”' a*.ar” .a«a* TS 
Vhrlotia BC 

Suu4a, J*o il at • pm. 


Victoria Prayer Group 

<OaSa*iamMiaUaoal» 

tnd and tth \\e*lne«days 
14th and .’»lh of January 
ialhedral MenturiaJ Hail 


VICTORIA SPIRITUALIST 
HEALIN6 CENTRE 

ttS ('aorta* r »» 

Prl 4 a» I* • P « 

RMLlvrt tVD MMttOM 
mv BLiLAarrM Anrrwtt 
KM arWTNAM 
i% Nta asxi. • 


PARKDALE CHURCH 

l*a,waf’*l - » r aaaallral 

Pat’ar J A Stor*,. BV I ’(IS 
1M1 Harnr Rose n.a NurruMa 
Sanaa, *• 1 a m 

u (A4 tN ya 

Bunsay •rhaoi ai a •» a m 

• p m 

Vau ar# «* tiaaa 


FREE METHODIST 

IPV4 (MS tlroi r%*M »t I uas 
a**. C P umwfc Paata* 
f *t a m -4utdt, fc foal Hmtt 
ll lit an — Ma*BiM Warabt* 

t as p m K*ao,n« Worship 
Tfea Van at M*i t*4Ma 


X Pf.aofl 1 * Wilcaaa Avails Tou 


BELMONT AVE. UNITEO 

Balomot at PamfetaSa 

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“I aiuni ia non 

TNI NOl VO or NS ATS V* 

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Gordoa United. Lanjftrd 

f*a(4alr«am Inaat 

Pa* A O Ala iR, M A . NO. 

■ •-ipplr MlRWtar > 

1 1 as a ai — Smut, aattaol 
Ham- A» »Ka *1 tfea lore a 
•«PP*, 

•tni aont or taaiar xao 

NIS MINSK* ' 


tl 
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••■it unror 
girl, look! 
that will 


Paopla ar AH No*** aoA CVura 
WatMNM 

ST. AIOAN’S UNITED 

Blik**n< at Ca4at NMI f *aaaraa4 

MlSiaUr Rn A I A - •«» 
OrsaalM Ml** M Viutiita. l.NJiM 
• •• am Rais Reboa' fa* 
all a**» 

UN ta 

'TNI Ml tt. OP uat'l ' 

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"VISIT STIOfe ft Atn.SXIaM • 


EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 

P*rao*oS at UtaSataaa 

4* A. ’in C Nam • A R D . | 
Mkalswr 
M’W Morlar. 

M«* laanelta OaMtip 
0*1 • niaa Mr Il4«ry P1-,pm 


-The True Glory" 

T SS p m 

Apiyointeal To Follow 
and To Herve" 


S. Georg# the Martyr 

rtltn* I*, ■•* (ta *aar4 R«*4a 

h xi’l Qimi.tmaf Tan M> a I 
Pam, 0pi*n4a ant Ca4*nra Bay I 

r )«*( (»«•■ (ru, tplpfeaa* 

• Maw Mat* CnhaunM 

Corparai* ta* fear*#**’ 0-,U4 . 

1 i a* am Cfe«*e*fe B*noal 
HOC Non,*,. M ( 

Ham — »1 (SlIIST ao4 SIP NON 

•rrnrts or tnb st*p" 

- T IS pm 0 *»m PrahMtaa 
04*440 Brit toe 
IP (4 -lUVtOVG 
OOP PIBM AVION CANDIDA TIN 
WILL ATTPND VNIP PSNMCB 

Praarbar MarRtnp kat Cvnatna 
III KILLIAN HULA BA. L Tfe 

T>ar*4ay 

IS 14 am Nal* Can* man im 
latnrnaiMa far lha aMk 


ST. LUKE’S CHURCH 

Co4ar Bui CraawaaS 

Plral *•«*•• t Ma» Iptpfeaa* 

• M a « — Na , Commaitloa 

IINaa -Cfea.-al turi-arial 

1 5* am BtaasMS 
RBV TOP RAOO Racla* 


KT. AI BAN** CHI RCH 

T** ■•'(• Manta at Naallalo 
Oa Batataal Saw 

• Mam -Jtntai Cfearab 
II a nt — Primar* ana Pra- Primary 
Cltaata 

IIN to Hoi- raaomonloB 

T 34 p m lr*na*n| 

TNS RPV P W NATM 
TNB PRV CANON P PIPS 


GLAD TIDINGS 
TABERNACLE 


(tl «**r"i Par* • »*i Pnn a «• * *••• .*• ef Ca*a4a 

MtNtarw pst sate a nopmpt 

V 43 a m.— Sunday .School for All 

“GOD’S TODAY” 

“FIVE BROTHERS BOUNO FOR 
A LOST ETERNITY” 

a Waar thi* u* aa4**l>r>( aiora ant P*#na* i*IM m an* pa 
4 M-.n an4 Bon« a* tha Mat ant Choir ti>4 «»*,* 

Van Win feayar tfeo Prtan4lf atmotphora fef UM4 TMInpf 


Nov ^orl<l Developed 


at ihre* 
cam* th 
Pailp. e 

and a l< 


of age. wl 


Irrtm Chat lea 
CM Walling * 
a new world 

nf Viking* I 

Carthagtiiun 
hot ole vo> x* 
el th« tradii 
Ihe Phoemctt 
and to RrlU 
P a ovn a who 
piling a stu- 


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Qiatrt at Maaoa Pa* O P «•••« It. IT! PSa*i 

Norm Parpink. Oraaalai ot Dtrorta* at MuM* 

Cfearcfe S'bAnlt (on la* safe i<tniar • *S. Primar* and Bapinaara U 1 
1LM p.m — "DAM.t ROI S IMH1MASM" 
Boloiat S*al*n PhaMrKk 

7JB p.m — "A POW1R11 L t HI R< H“ 

aataui Pa: a Ontm-S 

■,a,ak*, ta* l»e» f**rll t* IWraarf It* la IMh 


ST. MATTHIAS’ 

I c »- P " •''■tit a«s Pirba'-iaoR 
Flrwl Sunday after 
Kplphanr 

I M • m - Holy Cwamiaa 
IIP aa Mai mb* 
tit HR — S*«r<a4*tf 

TavasnaT 

IS 3S a m -Balt CwiManiM 
• aafea, Bafeaol 
S M a m Main Bthaal ant 
Bifeta Class 

II am —Primary tat Pra-Prtmarr 
Ba* Aapu CfematM al Ua4a*w 


Victoria Truth Centre 

> A/nuala ln<*r ■ a 'lana ■ TlMufet i A ,anr* 

"There It a SofitfioN to tverg Problem* * 

Minuter: REV. EMMA M. SMII.EY 

11 .00 a m "The World *nd AO Thai I>« Therein* 

11 00 a m -Children's Chunrh of ihe Golden Key 

TV pm - “Truth la Slranger Than IVtkm” 

Tuesday 3 p ro - Special Healing Service 
Wednesday 8.00 p m "levin In Truth'* 

!?•! Fort tMreei 


VICTORIA ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 


!•(• lam* tun, a*a r Ca*t •** Tfcaofeara • (t*yoaa, Paatn* 

IS II am— BONDAT SCHOOL 

II •• a m anfe IN K 

The Paxtor will he xpraking 


Victoria British-lsrael Association 

Tl nilAY. laniii, t 13. *00 pm NFU<TKAD HALL 
734 Fort Slreel 
Oyaa'a| M»«tla« la IBM fa* 

TK Al t R • THklSP TH ANK-HGIVING 

(am *at lata l a 


KINGDOM MINISTRY (British-lsrasl) 

laatw, MB X X PPTIB PUatal: MSS STt AST 

Speaker: MR. FRANK HALL 
A.ihjerl -WHIN SHAI I. THf^F. THING* Rl * 
Aunday. 7J« p m M.WlTtAD HALL. 734 Tori 


fellas. 


banrfsrfe Ha- 
lo the sightless mg pepper . emerald* mo *a**sr t* op • •*• 

in nt ihe Greek*, sapphires from Indl*. silk rwrata or ooo 

e Eric the Hed from China cinnamon from ct>oa r» ball 

Iceland nf ihe the Himalayas, and muslin ••' r*w* a*raa* 

w tin made Iho from Ceylon* i/naa, ia* ,a,.4**n ism o*ar*i r 

to ihe A/oiea. Th* boat remedy for “give « — •» sa a*i*am. 

: espedmons of up ills” is what William Jamea ftscs oe cnbist 

a sround Africa railed “the resources nf the sub 
i. and of Silva llminal region” which one finds 
pent year* com everywhere In Ihe history of 
r of Greek and mankind. 1 


cPonrH oe ewairr 

lay* Paniaaafe Baas 
•ibia Bt i*4* 14 IS a aa 
rammsRMB ll • m 
Oaaam •»,yt<a 1 1* • m. 

ffeatta OB ( JltJ 


CENTRAL BAPTIST 

W* Pream Christ Crucified Risen, and Coming Again 
H1.1 I'sndttra \ta*nue 

Rlble Sclniol for All Ages At 9 43 a m. 

Guest Spewker: RKV. ST AMI Y II AIJ.EN 

a* |a« T«”*,»»i B*ai« I aad, ala 

1100 am. 

“Is Service a Supplement to Solvation?" 

7 SO p.m "Are He in Perilous Timra?" 

mmmmmmmmmmmm vbara in* Vl< M P* », a •*>•'<*(• *a i a.ia * i m» i iT i i»i>.mi 


St. Barnibes' Church 

BalMoal safe l*|Ui 
flol •»«*, arts* Ifea fcRtfefeaay I 
its tfea OHaia' I 

• am Koir csomrumm 
IS II • m Buafeay Babaal 
11 a m - Prmaawa. Saar Mata 
•ad Bar mao 

II (I am - Bunfeay 4, liaat 
tM fa - Tfea fear.wa af Nloa 
t.aaaana wilh Carala 
la* Tfe*amaa Baalar M A . SB, 


frills* RrssIjiUrisn Charsli 

Ba i*t ■••< ••* lari'aa •”*•1 I 
asr*M4 IS a w 

Kpii fnilytiflm Ck»r»k 

M*aW| *»• safe Pamhrafca Bt 

Bar*,c4 1 1 JS a m 
Miotata, M* Dartfe VaiyM P A 
..at, t or apt n i p,»' «*R*ri 


Ciiriatidvlphlan Hall 

PiafS a a* aia*<K.r4 

•uaitar WbAa, III im 
MarstBfe ■*>>** II aa 
ttfsisn *„!>*•*« 1 (• « •* 

•now simi jpsi’l- 

PpaaS*. J CLOVIS 


' ^ 1 ev Tfea V.r, P.’ I 


tt. AsJrsw't Prpikytsriaa Cfesrak 

B«»»l» » a - Paafta* at,#*t at Praa(felaa 
Tfea Var* •••* J I W M'laaa M A D » 
Vims- WISDOM" 

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Or(aat*« aitfe Cfe. ma.ia f c *»..•*« him ATCM 
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Fight End* (her British Aluminium 


£ H i'l* <f nlnnist 


ancouvcr Trading 


W eek Closes 
With Markets 
In Tod Gear 


on * 

•ala* Mli 

M# »•»>*■ e*-« 

M« B« Oti 

IASS Iflulli Ni» 

'H' 1 I c«< a I 

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*M 09* So r«ln>*i 
Ms f*u« *« in oc O 
MM futurist * 

Ml MtdaoS 
1MT Mill Ott 
M* Mm CVitwaitn 
UN fidfk f»i» I 


* ** ' * By HAKKH HOI NO 

*• 

• *" *1 ( iilimiti Bu*«U»«***> hlllur 

I I — » M 

Tut**- Investments Mil. Bill 
lah subsidiary of Reynolds 

erases *«*" of America. rrpoiia 

e 1 thal It has acquired HO per 
cent of the stock of British 


which produced aluminum 
sheet, colls, circle*, foil, roof 


TORONTO tCPl Indufr 
>*• trial*, at a new high. scored 


IMiVV JONKM 


material* ai it* foundry and 
roiling mill* at Cap de la 
Madelaine. Que. 

The deal may alao have re 
pen usslons on A I u m I n I urn 
Lid., the world's second largr*i 
producer of aluminum and the 
parent company of Aluminum 
of Canada 

Aluminium l#td. has ■ long 
trim agreement with Cana 
dlan British Aluminium Ltd. 
to supply I! with alumina 
fiom Ita Jamaica bauxite re 
fineries, and lo receive pay- 
ment from CBA In the finished 
aluminum ingot. 

The association of the two 
rivals in this field could have 
It* awkward m««neni*. and the 
situation i* one which might 
product a new type of agree- 
ment between the principals. 


ASS t> (llltd 


C. ft. C. Shipley and 


undoubted control. 

Share* were bought on the 
open market. and *hile olheis 
were acquired a* a result of an 
offer which gave British Alu- 
minium (.id shaieholdeis a 
cash payment of $11 HO plus 
one share of Tube Investments 
tor Mi lt two share* o| British 
Aluminium Ltd held. 

The offer remains open until 
Jan. 27. 

As a result of this announce 
merit, Aluminum Co of Arner 
ira. which was also fighting to 
secure control of the British 
company, said that It was no 
longer interested and was 
withdrawing ita offer lo pur- 
chase British Aluminium treat 
ury stock 


weeks and led the sunk mar- 
ket up in moderately active 
trading 

Tran* Mountain Pip- Line. 
Ihe heaviest traded industrial 
issue -llpoed '• at 13N. Sa- 
lad* Shlrrlff WHS up I *t MS- 

Cun. i<li*n Salt had the hear 
individual gain, up 1 *« at .10 
on * single «ale. Zeller * was 
up 3\ a i it i 

Most senior mines were 
higher, Geco gained 11* at 


D F, Toison. 


Institute of Chartered Ac < M ’.AKINCM lilt. NIK 
munlants of B.C *ie to re The Victoria Clearing House 

ceive their certificates at total for the week ending Jan. 
Brock Hall at UBC on Jan 15. « was $9,920,367 This com 
An address will he given bv ,p«ied with $».RJ6,V3ft in the 
I-teut • Gov. Frank Ross 


MONTREAL: 

Industrials **: 99. up 2.29 

(...Ids m 79. up a at 

I' Ulltles I VI 10. up 9.36 

i*apers 119. la. up a.aa 

TORONTO: 

Industrials itn.ns, ntt IS I 

l..dds 69.63. off 9 22 

Ha-w Metals 179.31. up I .Ml 

W eaten* Oils 1*3.2*. up 2.03 

Share*. $.711 MM. 

VANi 04 A I K: 

20 Industrial* IIAMA up 9.23 

29 Mine* (M 21 off 9.24 

29 Oil* 114 *3 up 2.29 


corresponding wtvk of I9.SK 


ISJ *r f I* * 

n:i wnoassnt • ii 

rvoa 

in *it« Trunk 
iat* An*t*-«n* *« 

t«a* can cm* i 
*oe ca» a ou 

MM CkktM Or. 

II D>» m 

M Inr 111 
l*S J»f !*(••>*. u 
19* LabraSar 
1U m»M Nkrrlk 


HOI M. MAN WITH SOME CAP1TAI 


Yellowknife Bear was the 
leader among speculative 
mines, ahead 19 cent* at $1 IS. 
Eureka added 10 cenia at 77 

cent*. 


Canadian Industrials 


I til it if * Higher 

MONTREAL 'CPt — Price* 
were generally higher In fair- 
ly active trading. 

In the pipelines Interprovln- 
clal gamed I «t 51 S and Trans 
Mountain advanced '• at 13*., 

Up 'a in the steels were 
Algoma at 37 and Dominion 
Foundries at 44 

The utilities were generally 
higher, with Canadian Inter- 
national Power up 1 at 27 and 
Bell up N at 42 Rt s/ll loaf 
‘* at 6'« . 

Up ll« In the papers weie 
Cleat Lake* at 371* and How- 
ard Smith at 41 U. Anglo 
Newfoundland gained '» at 
TN. a new high, and Ahttibi 
advanced S at 

T7»e base metals were mixed. 
The beverage* were up The 
mine* were generally higher 
In a narrow range 

( p* icing Continue* 

NEW YORK tUPIi- Stock* 
registered fheir ninth gain in 
10 *e**M)na. with trading heavy 
and the average* in new high 
ground 

Trading, helped by many 
large blocks, set a new high 
since Nov. 6 

Steel shares and metals 
assumed leadership in the af 
tern non Their gains ranged 
to more than 2 point* in sev- 
eral of the top-ranking issue*. 

Chemical* generally moved 
higher, with their gain* tun- 
ning to 2 points Drugs Im- 
proved Rails moved up and 
held gains well. Utilities 
ruled firm Tobacco* got into 
action nn gains running to 
more than 3 points Motors 
ruled firm all day. 

Special issues n*se I to more 
than 7 points, with a long Ii*t 
of them In jrew high ground 
High priced stock* scoie«f some 
wide advances 


f irmv Zmler it 

IVmIIi* Mrnu S3 1 

paa Braga ~ 

Os* tiw 4 »i o 


gram 


NOT FOK BALK 


WINNIPEG tCPi — Some 
expansion in inteieat in Cana- 
dian grains appeared on 
the Winnipeg grain exchange. 

Small sales of flax were le- 
ported to the United Kingdom 
and Noiway. Theie also was 
Intel est In bar 'lev sitti reports 
of a paicel lot commitment 


minium Lid Reynolds Metals A current rumm that the 
has also gained another im B.C. food firm of Kelly Doug 
porlant toe hold In Canada laa Is being bought out by 
British Aluminium Ltd. ha* Loblaw Groceterias has been 
a «• per .ent interest, and given an unequivocal denial by 
Iheiefore control-. -df Canadian Victor McLean, president of 
British Aluminium Ltd the Kelly Douglas 
new Quebec company which In a statement to tha Dally 
recently went Into production Colonist last night, Mr. Me- 
at Bale Comrau. Lean said that there waa ah 

Canadian British Aluminium solutely no foundation for the 


Uotrrntm‘iil Svmiiathrtir 


l ra n i u rn Producers 
Ask Marketing Aid 


Fund* available for home*, apartments 
and commercial properties. Construction 
Loans our specialty. Current rates — 
quick decisions. 


Tire brief pointed out lhat 
two natron* Australis, and 
&>uth Africa selling uranium 
with no strings attached had 
market* guaranteed until 1905 


OTTAWA fltPli Canada's 1 
22 uranium producers urged 
the federal government Friday 
to ease restrictions on the sale 
of uranium to foreign eoun 
tries. 

In a U> page brief to the 
cabinet, the Canadian Metal 
Mining Association also asked 
the government to «lo all In Ita 
pnwvr to have the United 
Slate* pick up ita options on 
Canadian production lo the 
end of 1966. Present agree- 
ment* expire in 1962 and 1963. 

An Association spokesman 
said following a 50-minute 
meeting with four cabinet min- 
isters that the govensnent had 
promised to do what it could 
to Implement the recommenda- 
tions. 

The brief asked that the gov- 
ernment raise to 25 tons from 
2..VK) pound* the quantity of 
uranium which can he sold to 
countries not having bilateral 
agreement* with Canada 

Canada at present has agree- 
ment only with the United 
Kingdom, the United Stair*. 
West Ormany and Switzer- 
land for unlimited sales. Tha 
briefs said only West i Germany 
offered a substantial market 
for Canadian uranium 

The spokesman said addi- 
tional agreements were being 
hindered by the stipulation 
that Canada must have control 
over the erjl use of the urani- 
um she srlf* to ensure that It 
Is used for peaceful purpose*. 

He said Ihe stlplation waa 
forcing many countries to de 
velop their own Industrie* at 
ia great coat rather than have 
Canada "looking over thetr 
shoulders ' 


I I MS « I MS 1 I MS *1 MS 
I D-irm ISIS J Ills. I IMS 

CHICAGO *AP» Specula- 
tive dealers ignored a con- 
tinued good export business 
and cashed enough profits 
In grain future* to hold price* 
mixed |o weak on the Board of 
Trade 


As an additional aid to the 
industry, the brief suggested 
the government give consider 
at Ion to the use of nuclear re- 
actors for domestic power pur- 
pose*, particularly in tire 
Arctic. 

The brief said that govern- 
ment help in developing an In- 
ternational uranium market 
for Canadian producers would 
he of prime necessity by 1962 
when present contracts total 
ling $ 1 . 500.000.000 start expu 
log 


Toronto Mines 


The Royal Commission on Education 
Notice of Public Hearings 

ReaMenl* nf Vlriorta and *dia.«-nl arm* sre asked te 
take note nf hearings In he held nn Thursday, January H. 
beginning at 9.M am and at t p m. 


Leadinj Traders 


r ensures 


Mining Issue* Busy 

VANCOUVER - Heavy trad 
Ing occurred in lower priced 
mining issue* Top trader was 
Trojan Mine*, which rose 2 
cent* to 20 cents. Mid west 
Cooper was also 2 cents higher 
atV4 rent* 

Bethlehem and Cowlchan 
also made small gain* among 
coppers, while Bralorne found 
buyer* af 7.20 

Fort SSL John. Futurity. 
Charter and C. and E. were 
higher among otls, but Ba«co 
dipped to 56 refits 

Canadian Collieries al S5 25 
was a strong Industrial, while 
Crown Zeilerbach added an- 
other 50 cents at $22 Wood- 
wards improved to $1*V and 
Sicks to $33 V 


OAK BAY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 


LONDON iUP! i Hidden- 
British treasury investments In 
t'.S industry have gained at 
least $212,000,000 in the cur- 
rent Wall Street boom, finan 
rial observer* estimated this 
week. 

They said the government 
holdings in I’S stocks now are 
worth about fxviono.non 
These flguer* were estimates 
based on “Ihe limited dues 
available.'* it is seven years 
•lore 'he-4rea«ur\ published a 
Hat' of Its dollar stock holdings 
These holdings once were 
part of private British invest 
meni*. The wartime Churchill 
government took them over in 
1941 to bark a dollar loan 
The last dtacloaur# listed 
2.000.000 shares in Shell Oil 
Corporation. 2 600.000 in Gen 
eral Molors and milllondollar 
holdings In American Wool- 
worth, Standard Otf Sears 
Roebuck in all a total of 5ft 
l)A slocks. 


Further rwaring* will he held, if required, 
January 2$. al the same time* and place. 


Friday, 


The Puhllc Is Invited lo attend and take part In the tear- 
ing* T*»plct to be discussed will Include the basic Jims 
of the R( edumllnnal *>«»em the curriculum and 
course* of study, textbook*, reports to parents, standards 
of pupil achievement and discipline, utilization of «chool 
factlltie* etc in all school* under the Jurisdiction of local 
and provincial authorities. 


SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING BRIEFS 


While briefs will he accepted at any time, they should 
If at all possible he In the hands nf the undersigned st 
least two weeks in advance of the hearing at which they 
sre to he considered Five copies are required Fuller 
ins 'ructions may he had by applying to 

R N F Chant. Chairman, 

University of Rrtttsh Columbia. 

Vancouver 4. B.C, 


Dividrml* Dcrlarfd 


London Stork Price* 

LONDON 'CP' —The stack 
market ended Ihe week on a 
firm note. The gilt edged mar 
Ret again improved on invest- 
then! buying. 

Dollar issues were generally 
better following Wall .Street's 


Market 


The Province of Manitoba 

requires a 


New York Market 


Com/nmy Corning * 


Tube lnve*tments and Brit- 
ish Aluminium Improved in a 
strong Industrie) section •• an 
expected announcement of 
Tuhe'a takeover of Aluminium 
was awaited. Bowsters wa* the 
outstanding gainer among 
newsprints. Oils Improved and 
South African gold* were Ir- 
regular. 

ukinn '*l*i - a- x h«im> um 


Ann- on it* Cop p e r 
Aft»#nrM ■ l*r **»( 

Am*')c«n MM-M 

AmvHesft Nn*M** 
A*i»r>-«* T*T 

• ••• 1 • > 
Allaso* Cm«* Lim 
9*0 s*ils»* 
kr-Mdim S' 
9o»W« Al(«r*n 
R<l> rnu(S* 
rm J I 
Car.tHiao N-l'M 
Cti>V«l*i 
ClMa* Molia 
CM**I*S« KWa 
runifMi rva» 
CaaalMl ■Ulan* 
C*n Mi-h 
CSO Hailaal 
Cn*s fiM-M'a 
M'um 

l>>-(taa Alitilll 
O* /MU 

D*ta*ait NvOxs 
Ca> wan Ka4ak 


9*on 


(.at gory l.i restock 

CALGARY I CPI — Receipts 
to 11 a m : 250 cattle and 25 
calves; prices steady in vnoder 
ately active trading. 

Good to low-rhoice butcher 
steers steady; good to low 
chotce butcher heifer* steady; 
all classes of rows ste«dy; 
hulls steady to strong; stock 
steer and heifer calve* strong; 
veal calves shout «ieady. 

Choice aieera 24.50 25.50; 
good 23.50 ■ 24.50; choice het 
fer* 2250 23.50. good 21 22; 
good row* 1716; gnod hulls 
19 50 20 50 


THI*! I* a rr-pon-lble profe«*i---'al admin.vtrativa 
1- position Involving the direction nf an extensive 
engineering field, surveys. de*lgn. and coordinating 
the work of several divisions of the department. 

Among the duties In he performed will he the 
preparation of recommendations on such problem* as 
the legal status of highways, restrictive speed zone*. 
Ingres* snd egrewi. and rail-highway rm««ing pro 
tectlon. 

This engineer must also make recommendations 
on traffic control based on traffic census techniques, 
ind prepale construction and maintenance programs 
based on ertrrwwnlc studies. He must he able to work 
with other public and private organization* Interested 
in mad transportation and with technical service* in 
the government > 

Applicant* should he graduate engineer* with 
hmail engineering and administrative experience. 
Applicants should have a sound knowledge of engineer- 
ing economic*. 

Salary range $6 760 - $10560 per annum. 

Full Civil Service Beneftti*- liberal tick leave with 
pav. three weeks annual vacation with pay. and pension 
privilege* 


Toronto Oils 


Unlisted and Miscellaneous 


(*ir 0«* IIM MM 

(xk In* Ilf IM 

Cansfvii* »TW MM 

CW9MPM* Ml m 

C*r» bur Stf Mt 

p*eue Acs Ml Ml 

Ormte Im Ik* «>« 

Or** OR TM MT 

Is* orevth flf Pf 

Hi* Mutual 119 MIS 

Mutual Art TIT TM 

Mutual Snd Ml Mt 

Mu’ o4< IrMII MS 

8ue»» Am*r ■*« 74S 

INI 9 H Ml MS 

•new Oras IM MT 

•hast tne MM «*3 

TV 9M tpl lltl 

Tran* CSa IM M* 

IT»U Arc I4M IM* 

matt ii-ANTor s 
Ans-C T»l A ASH «» 
D» et* «•* «>S »r 


PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEER 

$6360 — $7320 


required for 


Department of National Health and Welfare 
Edmonton, Alla. 

A professional engineer with experience In 
public health work Is required to study and 
evaluate sewage treatment and disposal 
method* In Northern Canada and to do re 
aes riX on the efficiency of experimental 
sewage' disposal units. 

Interested candidates are Invited to 
write for additional Information, 
to the 

CIVIL ftERVK E COMMISSION OF CANADA 
OTTAWA * 

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MONTH LAL « UP!) — C8C 
officials and striking television 
producer* la»t night greeted 
with optimism a Canadian 
Labor Congress • devised plan 
for ending their 11 day walk- 
out 

The oongrena, following a 


«AMORA. Spain <AP* Tin- in. I he three milrs&eiwern ,h * They found a scene of de 
sleeping village of KlvadrMgo power dam and the village, variation. Not a house wm left 
waa awept away early Friday and the torrent roared through , Intact 

by a wail of »«l«r i»> a before must villagers could flee jt hard to ana how’ any 

bursting dam. Hewur weaken their home* one still In the village could 

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The gruund drops I <>*.) feet away. N'ol until 12 hours later, ug e and those lucky enough 

wlien the water receded, were to have lime to reach high 
i he fust r™ ue teams ahl* lo ground after they were 
enter the village. awakened by the thunderous 

— bunting of the dam. 

g * • as | Aithr waters oegan to sub- 

n If^r #W>/# •“** ,n ih * ■hernoon, rescue 
ale mJ\Z m -AavlA workera began searching 
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^ The water also engulfed a 

OC- l/lf f vCf power elation Just above 

itivailrlagu. trapping the 


with seven cot ' unions, sent a 
formula of settlement to Mont 
real for approval of the 73 
striking producer*. If accepted 
by them, a meeting would be 
sought with the CBC in an at- 
tempt lo reach a settlement. 

Earlier. Labor Minister 
Michael Starr suggested in 
Ottawa that the producer* 
refer their dispute to the Labor 
Relations Board for settlement 
In a telegram to the producer*. 
Starr turned down a request 
for government Intervention In 
the walkout 

Evidence of lack of union 
backing cam* when 400 union- 
1 z e d employe* reported to 
work. It was estimated that 
l.dflO of the original 2.000 em- 
ploye* that had respected the 
producer*’ picket* were still 
abstaining from work. 


Succeeds Steed 

Successor to Graham Steed as 
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Choral Society la Stanley 
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Jsn. .TO In Memorial Hail, 912 
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Sneaking Briefly 


VANCOUVER — Vancouver Canucks moved ahead last night In 
their long battle with Victoria Cougars for second place iix. the west- 
ern division of the Western Hockey League by blanking Spokane 
Spokes, 4-0, before 4,450 fans. 

Victory broke the Ik h>- 1 ' " ~ — 


Eastern division of the Western Hockey League la 


the league schedule trom M td 70 games 


id • period game ended • 

Rof» llowrll, Hamilton Tigen 
Cal football Mar, mud** hi# 
tint start tor th# Uanurkt. 

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Dan Bell*!*, 

Wally tltvrkr and Milan Mar 
retta aco«*d lor the Canucks. 
It was the fust goal for Mar- 
ietta. the ex Calgary Slam- 
peder star, (IIhp loining Van- 
couver. lie came from Spring- 
field In Ihe Aiiht K an league, 
and. U the properly of tha Chi- 
cago Blai-k Hawks. 

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He Male opened scoring at 
7.19 of the Jlfelesa first period, 
taking 


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passes from dairy 
Blaine and Brent Marnah. Mar 
^ marie It 2-0 at 4 46 of the 
in the deadlock. On the other third period, bouncing a shot 
hand, they could also be in in off Planets' skate, 
fourth place. Pearson scored from Blame 

Canucks are at Spokane to- at 6 31 and Chevrter wrapped 
night while Cougars travel to 
New Westminster If the Cou 
gars lose and Spokane wins, 
the Spokes will move into 
third place, only one point he 
hind Vancouver. 

But Judging from last 
night s game the Sp,.ke« are 
going to have a lough lime 
with the Canucks tonight, men 


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KARL RH II HOI./, only IK 
took the starring role In the 
American • Australian tennis 
campaign away from Davis 
Cup hero Alex Oknedo yester- 
day defeating fellow American 
Barrv Macks*, fdK 6.1, 6 1. 
to enter the final of the men's 


Totems Snap 
LosingStreak 


Remember ^ hen: 


light heavyweight cham- 
pion Bitty (nan made hla 
debut aa a heavyweight with 
a derisive I? round victory 
over Henry Cooper »t year* 
ago tonight at New York, 
tom* taler fought two title 
matches against heavy- 
weight champion Joe laulv. 
and was knocked out each 
lime. 


pi in Mexico 

flat fo help hla hall along. Fifty golfer* 
heat par on first round with veteran 
Jerry Barber and newcomer John 
McMullin sharing lead with ♦*>« Ca- 
nadians G^rry Magee and Moe Nor- 
man had one-undr p-par 71s while AI 
Balding tafdtd 12. (AP Phot of ax.) 


s Buchhalf. who 
tor men s rham- 
II meet Andres 
>ain for the main 
. . Margaret 
16 year old high 


Painful expression* *ere the order of 
the day around The gn»cn* yewterday 
at the Monterey Open at Tijuana. 
Mex. Af left, Doug Sanders, who later 
withdrew because of chest twins, 
close* hi* e>e a* hall tric-kles toward 
cup. Right,’ Art Wall, lift* clenched 


finally found 
stion on their 


ion Flyers failed in a bid to 
extend their eastern division 
lead In Western Hockey 
League game*, played on the 
prairies last night. 

Seattle, after four straight 


roasted to hla sixth, and un- 
itouhtedly easiest shutout of 


odly 11 shots. Km ilc Francis 
kicked out JR lor Spokes. U 
In each of the l*»| two periods. 
Only tough save for Gamble 


named Junior athlete of IfTv* 
hv the Vancouver Junior 
Chamber of Commerce . . . 
president llarry Wprtog. gen- 
et «l manager llert* 4 apnext, 
vice-president* Fred Rntlm 
sod Ralph Heudrrwm, serre- 
larv Ned Wtgttilon. Measurer 
J»hn Ms* I ton aid and director 
Rill McMahan will represent 
the BC ! jot’s at WIFU meet- 
ing in Winnipeg 


ed goals in ihe third period to 
! tsend the Flyers down to a 4-2 
defeat belor} 4.043 Ians. 

(IK IAL 4 . AMF. 

* The loss left Edmonton only 
four point* in front of the sec 

a »nd place Calgaty Stampedera 
'' and set me stage for a crucial 
■ game between th* two rluba 
' tonight in Calgsry. Stamped- 
er* have five games in hand. 

'» Boh Kahel scored twice to 
pa«e the Quakers, with rookies 
Gord La boast# re and Dave 
\ Balon getting the others 
, For th# Flyers. Ray Kina- 

* sewich and Don Poll* were iht 
marksmen. 

MIDI OFFN 

Only four penalties, two 
against each club, were called 
in the ittdeopen game 

At Winnipeg. Barn* Rosa of 
the Warriors failed to score a 
point and had his eouaecutlv* 
game scoring string halted at 
23 games, a league record. 

Rudy Pillion. Merc Boileau 
and Tom McVlo scored fdt 
Tnie«n* who now have a five 
point lead over the second 
place Vancouver Usnurks In 
the vfeumrn division. 

For Winnipeg, in last place 
in the eastern division. Red 
Johansen and rookie Gerry 
Brlsson wet* the scorers. 
BKNTI.P.Y STARRED 
Seattle goaltender Bev Bent 
re because he went turned in an outstanding 
ilth Ihe match, gave P«ck blocking choc*, especially 
hustle but It wun t in ,h * f |r *t snd third periods 
when Warriors dominated 
play lie turned aside .10 

drives, most of them tough 
shots to handle, while Ray 
Mikulan In the W innipeg goal 
was forced to handl* only 22 


DUNCAN — Two Vlctoila rinks has won six and loat ■ 'JJJ’J' 
quartets were among th* four none. The Wright event la is t 
unbeaten rinks as play moved the No. 1 primary. V 

into the semi-finals of fww» Reaching the semi finals of 
events in the Duncan bonspiel me Cushanaugh R l v e r • » d e ££££•' 
Friday night. event, the No. 1 secondary * »* 

VlctolM rtnks skipped hy event, were Glen Harper of fl*4j 
Gary i.iehei and Steve Hay- Duncan. Gar Taylor of Vie- ' 

hutM (ntned W. Oahome's toria, Roy Schappert of Dun £*#» %. 

Port Alhernt rink and Fred ran and Dick Price, also of 

Duncan's Duncan »rlnk In the Duncan. 

semi finals of the Wright Tro Play hat reached the t6a of 

phy event. Each of the four the No. 2 primary, th* Wads «• *• 

'*■ worth event, hut no games *** £ 

\ r |w hav* been played In tha No. 2 

ptpPQVl ■ rflC primary, the i/owtehan ev-pt usM*t 

Cl-Vl nil 1 I w No ^mi final* will he played * H 11 
# . . until Sunday morning The 

w hip Aussies 5jr- 

Mn.BOURNK. Australia f "* ***** 

• AP* Pancho pon/ale* the 
woild pio champion fr^an Loa i # 7T' *• 

Angeles trounced Australian 
Ken Mc<*regnr 6 2 6 2. In 'he r«m*« 
second round of the |14.MK) a Rsa* 

Victorian pro tennis tampion- 
•hip* Friday night. 

Pan cho Segui*. another old 
pro from Ecuador, made ft a 
dismal day for rbe YlSlO |vay- 
mg fans hy whipping another 
Aussie hopeful. Ken Rnsewaii. 


N1CR r I r T R o * A NTH, 
Notre Dame fullback whose 
service* were sought hy the 
Calgary Stampedeis ha* 
signed a two-year root i act 
w»th De»»ntr Lion* of the N* 
ttonal Foorhall l-eague Hla 
two-year salary will he CK.onn. 
one of the highest ever paid 
an NFL tnnkie . , . dlrectofs of 
the International Tuna Cup 
match announced yesterday 
theie WIU he no contest next 
you for Ihe deep ae« fishing 
tmphy because, of the lack of 
fish . . .‘Dave Jortian. 2 1 year- 
old BOiithpaw who failed In 
three previous trie* will get 
another chant# to play for the 
Varirouver Mountle* who have 
re purchased hla contract from 
Indtanupnlla of the American 
Association . , . Vancouver 1 * 
Queen shorn aoccer club folded 
Thursday raiher than po*t a 
bond guaranteeing gnod 
behavior of It* fana. 


Marttl Ptlltfiar • . . 
Ctufar taalia. iiyii 

MW pe-ky Royal* 


Credited w ith aaving a San • K l *^**' 
Antonio. Tex . couple Iasi night d»>«u V 
when h* aaw smoke coming **,7"! 
fiom thetr New Yoik hoi *4 •— a 
room and aoundiul an alarm , 
was former Biooklyn Dodger 
ba«eball atar Jackie Robinson re* 
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COUtRADO SPRINGS. Colo. 
( A P t Colorado College Tlgera 
Ihorked the Russian all star* 
with two early goal*, then fell 
to Ihe Snvteta' fleet hand of 
hockey. specialist*, 11. Y Friday 
night before a cheering capac- 
ity crowd of 3.200. 

The collegians scored twice 
In the first four mtnutea. but 
the Russians' Beniamin Aik 
•androv then took chsrge 

Th* 21-year-old centre put 
In three straight goals and 
assisted on two others, all In 
•ucceMlon. aa the invaders 
hree/ed to their fourth triumph 
In five games against US. 
compel 1 1 inn 


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COUGARS 


RiHikies' Aide 
Packs Portable 


‘fT Casters Master ‘ Seniors 


MIAMI, Ffa tAPi Tropical 
Park police hav* arrested a 
man found *t the race track 
with a tranaiator powered ra- 
dio transmitter attached to his 
belt. 

Henry Beardaley, track safe- 
ty director, said John 4^uar- 
Iron*. 31. “undoubtedly be- 
longed to ■ nation wide service 
results to * th# 


MEMORIAL ARENA 

7.30 


p last In th* first half, and sparked i 
[ tines by hla play th* Puhmen made 
Ihe eventual outcome look al 
rimer" moat certain after the first 10 
>all la minutes. 

»me a u JU-17 st the end of 
Mf the th|t f| rf| and the Puhmen 
\ skill, showing algn* of pulling 

lemon, B t ihe end. ■* they put 

•*- * n<1 on a show that did s great 
points. ^,,,1 ( n iy*o«t Ihelr stork a* s 
points contender for provincial senior 
“B" honors. 

J NOT THFIK RF.HT 

Some might claim, with 
j some Justification, that the 
1 Puhmen didn't win the game 
a* much as Ihe Vikings loat It. 

; Certainly this was not Ihe 
team that wa* the h*«t Junior 
1 dub In Canada last year 
From th# start It was ap- 
] parent that the Vikings were 
off on their shooilng. Just how 
I far off was ahown In the final 
aiaiiatic*. You don't score 
I many points with a mark of 
13 for 6!S from the floor. 

The big factor In th# Vik- 
ings' favor waa superior con- 
ditioning. but they refused to 
try and run.th# Puhmen Into 
the floor, as they might well 
have done. Boyd and Johnny 
Clarke had all the rest time 
they needed, and took advent 
age of It Both played most of 
Ihe game. 

RKI 4 .HT RTOTH 

Only bright spot* for the 
Vikings wer* Ken McCulloch, 
who scored 13 points, and 
Mike Soltice. who hsd nine. 


Victoria College Juniors 
were slxo beaten last night, 
bowing 46. Vi to Victoria High 
Srhnol Totems. 

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By JIM TAILOR 

Joe Bryant has always 
claimed hla Half Way House 
team could plav senior “A" 
calibre basketball. Die Pub- 
men proved It last night hy 
lacing Victoria College Vik- 
ing*, 64-41, si Central Junior 
High Srhnol gym 

ft wa* ihe mn*i humiliating 
defeat of Ihe aeawni for ihe 
Vikings, who won Ihe Cana- 


which sent 
bookies " 


THlMirRRIRDH TRIMMFIi 

TA(T)MA, Wash. iCPi - 
Pacific Lutheian College de- 
feated University of British 
Columbia Thunderhirda 72 40 
here Friday night in an Ever 
green Conference basket hall 
game. 


SPORTS CALENDA 


TnrenlOk whero the Argos are 
staging a desperate quarter 
bark search nf their own. 
Managing director Lew Hay- 
man said ha had contacted the 
Riders after the all star game 
with an offar, as eonn as he 
learned that Trlpucka was 
unhappy In Regina. However. 
Hayman complained, he never 
gni an answer. 

Argos reoentlv placed RHchle 
Pettlbon of Tulane on their 
negotiation lt*t H* wa* aec 
ond draft cboic* of Chicago 
Bear*. If thev don't land him. 
Aigoa will hav* to pin their 
hope* on Ronnie Knox, w horn 
they atlU have to pry loooa 
from Chicago Beats. 


Yesterday waa another day : offer of tackle Urban Henry 
of rumors sod counter rumor* and end Jerry Janea in return 
on tha Canadian football for taking Duncan off their 
•renw moat of the talk cen- negotiation list and putting 
trtng around quarterbacks him on the Lion* 1 list ao Ihe 
Randy Duncan ahd Frank Lions ran make him »n offer 
Trlpucka. Liona are still making 

James P. McCaffrey, general offers, amt just l<> mak# their 
manager of Ottawa Rough position a little leas secure, 
Rider* said in Ottawa that comes a rumor from Calgary 


Waturdav. Jon. 1A 


B C. Lions of the Western that Green Bay Packers of the 
Interprovtnclal Football Unlbn National Football League have 
would have to five the Riders 1 alteady signed DuitcOO. 

••* very good American and a In Calgary the talk I* >>fl| 
very good t^nadlan" In return of a ffade that would send 
fo» negotiation right* to Dun- TDpucka. passing ace Af *»•- 
can, tha All American from katetiewan Roughilder*. to the 
Iowa * Stamp* in a awap for Lyl* 

Sources said the Rldero hav# Bottoms, 
already turned down a Uw I Thu brought a howl from 


Crimson Tide Stalwarts 

Expt*ctfd to piny a major role In Victoria Crimson 
TklA'A attempt to chalk up a victory In their oprn- 
inc /amr in the McKechnie Cup playoff* against 
Vancouver Repa today at Macdonald Park are 
centre Ray Gallon, left, and forward Peter Clarke. 
Game time la 2.30 p m. 




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-OOPS. B.C. (CP) raged about 750. compared Then came Ihe change o f ni* the picture has .heightened 
Okanagan Senior with 2.100 last sraaou. ownership. on*i<W»*bly 

l^eog'it* hut shaken Vernon took ate pa The In (hair next |ame. Chlela “The league Is far fmm 
rln of crim which team waa taken over by coach drew 950 tana and In their folding * said playing coarlt 
» the brink nl ml- m ** u *" r tieorge Agar and sevoitd under the new setup. Pat Coburn of Petit If Ion. 
id t/whiv li»nks for * oro# uf ,,b * 4,141 ** lh ** pulknl 1.J0Q. The new '*...! don't think thla league 

th f.iti.r*. with a b **‘ nE run 00 * cooperative club obtained a band anti will ever fold; the playeia 


cheerleaders for home 


ownership, been playing for nothlug in blooded Ciee Indian Fred 
gimmick.*. order to keep hockey alive Saaakamooae. a favorite for- 
itllnn* and here," Agar saya. "We’ve tried ward here who was crowned 

Thunder stick last 


Nicholson said “there doesn't 
seem to be any likelihood of 
the league folding * 

“Our biggest problem was 
the dlflrulty at Kamloops '' ha 
A city b) law prevented said, “but they have looked 
Ch ’f* from d topping .100 alter that pretty well. 

"A» tendance i« definitely on 

... _ - , the Has In all cities yt tha 

hleh generally helicopter. but iha indications league * 


That, of course, U the 19th annual city handicap, 
tournament, where the aventgr bowler gets a chance 
to try his lurk against the sharks. In most onset. thanks 
to the handicap system. Mr. Average comes out on top, 
and therein lies the big attraction. 

Results of the pervious 

. . .... there la also an all events mm- 

touinamenls have shown that .... _ 

petition 

lf» egaier h.r an average Handicap Will he *0 pet rent, 
hotter t n have a “hoi" Meries taken on Ihe basis of IIR 
to go with a high handicap snatch Theie will he one prue 

than It la for a food bowler to fer each eight entries in single* 

roll higher than his average, anil doubles, and one for each 
winch he almost has to do to 13 tmlriei in the all events, 
tale a charms in the lourna- Entry Ice la $3 per man per 
ment. • event In Ihe A HT sanctioned 

Team event of this years tourney, with an exlia H 
competition will he rolled at charged foi all events entrants; 

Siralhcpna Sunday Feh. 1 All enlrtes. with fee must 

Doubles and singles are slate <1 he in die hands of secretary 
for the following Sunday and Ron W 11*00 by Jan. 30. 

I.otr Score t, High HamUrapt 

laiat year s tournament al At Gibson's Bow tadrocne 
though a highly successful one Wtlbur Webb showed the way 
was mostly a case of low scores with *»I9 <223. 2061, Len Par- 
ted high handicaps. sons had tit* 1239* and MO 

Rob Lawaon won the singles i22J». and Ron Wilson howled 
till# with a 572-A4 h%r> aeries *10 «229*. Among the other 
Marry Yeadon and E. Simmons top howlers were GU Wong, 
were doubles champions with 5W >230 JHOi, R OCrley, MW 
1J.M Yeadon also won the all- »24AI; Ro> Begg 1*7 
events title with a total of M Mape*. 3T2; Bill Holne»s, 
1130*2 l *21 371. and Dennis Begg. 571 

rhe Princess Mary team of <214.1 
Rill Prior. Alev McKeachie, ess 

Bill Walker. Roy Gkeli and Sid 

Watson won tha team cham Jim Font and Colin Buns 
p. unship took top money In the holiday 


everything. Including Ihe Chief 
gimtnirk I In aeasoi 
which an unknown player A 
wore a black hirod* hui noth 
Uig brought the fans oul '' five tickets lo this Saturday s 
Agar sees a silver lining in game against Vernon from a 

lire playoffs. w| . _ __ 

draw Urge ctowda. 

Packers, with H players — 
largest rosier of any of Ihe 
club* have struggled through 
without too many economy 
measuies because, manager 
Boh Giordano w*ys. Ihe tram 
Is “the best the city has ever 
had" and thla time we ll win" 
the Allan Cup. 

SAI.ARIKM ( HOPPED 
The Va. 1965 world amateur 
(tampions. made several 
economy moves rutting ihe 
malar lo 12 fiom 11 and 
then salaries by 20 per cent, 
a move made volunlatlly by 


masked marvel 


Attendance at the four 
league centres K, mi loo pa. 

Ibntldon, Vernon and Kelow- 
na - has declined from the 
start of the current season, 
leaving opei atm* facing large 
season end d e f l r I t s Some 
blamed television. others ihe 
weather. 

Vernon Canadians saw aver 
sge attendance dip in 7nn. 
compared with 1.110 last see 
avt Kelowna Pucker* reported 
(Re gate avn aging 900. down 
vs* from Ihe previous season, 
and IVnUrtrm V« dtew about 
I 000 In a game, down 20 per 
rent 

In Kamloops, where a week the player* 
agn Chiefs owner Kenny Mac In Kamloops, the players 
krnzve returned ihe franchise took a salary cut. too. but the 
to Ihe original community situation went l mm had to 
group that had wild It to him worse - Bob Dawe« , and 
and turned It* operation over Buddy Evan* quit in mid 
lo ihe players, attendance eve December, refusing to take 
■ — *“ the 25 per cent salary' Nl 

Alf Cad man a«ked (or his 


Hillsdale Hot After 
Third Stakes Victory 


ARCADIA, Calif. (AP) — Hillsdale, hottwt 
hone at the track, shoofa for hi* third stakes win in 
three Saturdays at Santa Anita today. 

He top* a field of 11 in the S23,000-added San 
Fernando stakes for four-year-olds at a mile and 
one-sixteenth. 

Hillsdale took the $£>,000-added Malibu stakes 
two weeks ago and shaded famed Round Table last 
week in the $50,000-a dded San Carlo*. 

Expected to Rive him the best run today are 
Jewel's Reward. Warhead, Rose Trellis, and Strong 
Rav 


Brown Seeks Revenge 

Man with a mission ia fullback Jimmy Brown of 
Cleveland Brown*, who lead* the East into the 
annual National Football League Pro Bowl game 
Sunday. Brown, recently named player of the year 
for the second straight time by Associated Prpas, 
is out to erase hi* poor showing in last year* bowl 
game, when he was held to T# yard* In 15 rarrie*. 
Sunday's game will be telecast on channel 4 start- 
ing al 1 p.m. PST. (AP Photofax. I 


Juat before live new yew 
goalie Ken Klifltx left heraiu 
the team wasn't drawn* 


Tm TIAN5-CANADA TIUPH0NI HOUR * h) 

Mu§(S, m The »a «« reciting an r series #/ mttstrel programs 

a* «r~~w. Jen 19. HAIRY KIAF0HTT «W 

r rmupr. staging $>tngs that A# mads famnnt. MAURId 
IVANS •a (As hilarious Ogden Sash esrsion af T anrieaf a/ 
rAa Anaemia.” together nil tAa 4*hght/ul B4IRD MARIO- 

vrrm RINATA TtBAlDI top fir# mar /re» Pimul'i 
"MADAME BUTTS RELIT • I .(A (opataii GOLD 4 
FIT PALS • SSW YORK CI1T BALLET COMPANY m 
“SOI 'V BN IRS" a dance satire. And featuring DOSaLD 
iOORHKl* AND 7 HE TELEPHOM ORCHESTRA. 


Math Chandler was high son *. winning $100 for their 
man on (he tenpin lanes at 1.170 •e»yra. Wilbur Webb ami 
Straihcuna tht* week with a Don .Shaw were aerond at 
*1* *21-3. 212« vim Other t.lrtfi folkiwed by Gil Wong 
tup score r* were Bud Falk, and Jimmy John. 1,163. Phil 
5*i«. Sheldon Nipp. 5A5; Tom Barron and Doug Rlvetie. 
any Nule, SM »'J00jn2'; Ian 1.117; Slim Wnokey and John, 
AIcKeacliie. 149 i20H, and Ron 1.114. and Foot and Bud Marty, 
Wilson. M7 i J0.li. .1124. 


The Kamloaipa arena rnmniia 
•Ion threatened to c|n#e the 
rink unless rink rental was 
paid up Anlmuaity luwards 
Mackenzie w*« reported. 


who made 43: Colin Cowdrey, wicketkeeper playing in bis 
.34 and Roy Swetman. 36 not flr*t teat wwa allll here at the 
out. pulled the game out of the c|n*e having arlded .35 w ith 
fire for England Tony Lock for live unbroken 

May and Tom Qraveney .33. aevenlh partnership, 
put cn 6 * for th# third wh ket. Auetrtlla who won the flral 
hut then three wlrketa fell in two teats, looked ready to run 
the tpa*-e of se\en nine to through the England aide again 
make half ihe side out for 9H with their pace howler a, 
before Cowdrey and Swetman Mecklfl arvl Ikvrtvm. taking 
r« me together ui a aUth advantage of soma rally life In 
wteket aland o! 57, . (be pirrh to capture the first 

Swetman. the little Surrey * wo wickets. 


.4mler*an» Ca/Mure Ihmhlet 

Sid and Betty Andrrwzn put Bill Peterson had the best 
together an 1 , 1 *K aerie* *0 win tivepin mrt of the week at 
Ihe mixed double* Flora Capital City Bowling Alleys. 
Nubh* and Jack Fleicher were an A4.1 aeries to go with an HOI 
arttind al 1,1132. Lofty Hughes bowled earlier. W. Petersen 
and WUftnir Wehh were third (another one* was next with 
at 1.005 followed by Grace KJ9. Hill Cool had *21, and 
Elves and Wehh. 1J»*. iVggy Dave Paterson howled H()| 
Trl*-keti and Lmi Parsons. Among those with high 160 
1 /fTti, and Peggy Trickett and series were Stan Dali. 7*»7 and 
Amie Vetra. l.hT.l T92; Stan Bell Jr., 7k*. Reg 

# # # Waggoner. 799; Roy Jagu, Tftl; 

Ron Cuah, r*; and Harry 
Annual meeting »f the Vic- 1 Smith. 793. 
torta division of ihe Women * Al Glhaon't. Wall Crewt ha«1 
International . Bowling Con 759 , Gerry. Dady bowled 714. 
grew* will he held Tuesday and Hi Los posted a line .3JQ* 
night a» the (3ub Sirocco start team total Ut the Mengte* 
Ing at 7 45. mixed league 

All members are requested Score* ai FAquamali Bow la 
to attend. drome were unavailable. 


* “ 

K'»'ir HU>t 
a u it* 


Navy Hucksters 
Lead Both Ways 


Navy with nine wins and a J 

tie In 10 Commercial Hotkey '. m % *n* T 1 

League starta, will put Hs un •> « ». ' *.*7 

beaten atreek on the line to f 9 , 
night against A«wa in the open %JT7 

tng game of a twin hill at ■»» a. w »-w 
Memorial Arena. , l9m 

Aa well, two Navy players VrrrsV 

will he trying lo tmpiove pool ' ^ w** 

lions aa leader* in individual vtV .9 m 

departments Arum'S rw 5 

Netl Standley is curremfy 4 *^» ** ^ 

leading tha league soiling t. >i. a... r u 
race with 30 points on 1.7 goals 
and 7 assists Teammate Cliff 
Llhren t» a close ae«imd with |C Qcl; 

It goals and six assist* for 17 B IflnIV V ' 

points 

Navy gnaltetider Pat Cain la |\ 

the leagues leading puck I Inli II i 

hheket with an average of 1** |/ U | 

gnats per game. Vtea - Don 
llamllirm ia swond with an HAMILTON* On 
average of IN) goals per t - -n-l n -n fei.kethatl 

, ^*** # four divisions sen in 

In .n. -noml ..mn n l Ih. R f A 

douhleheader Army will meet 
second place Vic. ^ ^ 

Game time, are 730 an-1 
9 p m Canadian Amateur 


Per-enmt Ay THE TRANS-CANADA TELEPHONE SYSTEM 


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Hockey Scores 


Ontario's senior A cham WT wimiiv y 
plons play the Ottawa Quebec _ " % - 

dkatrict top team April 4. 7 and L f rta^glrtlc 

fi with the winner playing the 1 UI 3 >(l|Hldl5 

\\ est's winner in a hast of five « 

April IMS 

Senior B winners in Ontario — t t 4 i 5 2 « 

meet Ottawa Queher rham ar,-i 1 1 t 1 ^ « l 

p|on« April 3 and 4. with the Dave Woodley arored four 
winner matched again* l Ihe * 0 * 1 * 10 par* league leading 
Maritime* April 9 10 and 11. capital* to a 5.3 virt.ey river 

The top Ontario Junior team Royals yesterday tn a bantam 
lakes on Ottawa -Quebec's division game at Memorial 
champion* March 6 and 7, with Arena, 
the winner going on to meet ] Scorers- 

Ihe Maritime# In a heat-of- | wmm* a Wwsa 

three eastern final starting A-*-™# I fsa a 

March 12 Tha E.,l . h. m '** 


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YUcb soiling fciom Canada’- May 6 


Selections 


CHAMP WINS ROI'T 

ROME i APi — European 
featherweight boxing cham 
plon Sernto Caprart of Italy 
knocked nui German champion 
V aansi ni-e. a«r«ra m. ,<ter,. willy Quator In the fourth 
"•*“ round of a >che<luled 10 round 
7 *!••••• a.»*ra mtmartr. Msruas non title bout Thursday night, 
ril us. osaiis xes-s Each weighed 1.10 pounds * 


Home Line* is proud to announce that M S. "Italia" — one of 
the moat popular cruise linen on the North Atlantic — will 
join the flagship "Homeric" on regular Canadian Service to 
Europe for the 1959 season. 

From Quebec to Sovfhomptorl> lo Hovro, Cuxhoven 
Hero are the highlight# of an Atlantic crossing a hoard MS. "Italia"! 
a Air conditioner! throughout tA* sA tp. 

a VnricriJ* ri Continental and Canadian cutting by Homg 
Line* maMtr chef a. 

a Elegant and stole/ v public lounge* and aa/ona. . 
a Outdoor and indoor $u tmming-poolt, Meow and almrtrig 
hath m. 

• Fully equipped gymnasium in charge of Athletic Director. 
a Beauty Salon — barber shape — gift shape. 

a Cinema — concerts — dances — gala partite — fancy 
dme holts — under experienced Hostess. 

• Unusual comfort and spaciousness in both classes — up-to- 

the-minute suites and dateronmn — spacious sports-and- 
rrst, sun -and-shelter decks. 

• Famous Home Lines steward service. 

• Let surely steady crossing in supreme comfort. 

• The same type of Italian crew end sen we uhich has made 

the "Homeric" famous. 

For rossrvotlons an this beouHFul liner and an her ax pros! 
titfor ihip “Homeric" — 

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All Items Advertised on Sale ALL DAY SATURDAY 


. . . add crisp beauty to your bedroom with 
choo*e pink, blue, green or maize. Rig saving*. 


Add a touch of gaiety and sparkle to your linen eloaet 
“candy-tone” striped sheets. They'll match the decor . . 


Sizes 81x100. 
January Sale, pair 


Sizes 72x100. 
January Sale, pair 


Striped Pillow Cases 

To match your lovely are *hects, "rsmlj -Iflir 
JAM ARY 8AIJ£, pair 


Latex Foam Pillows 

Soft, non-allergic. resilient pillow * with solid foam jm aq 
rubber cores are most comfortable. Pre-shrunk II Ov 
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January Sale, each ■ 

For Sleeping Comfort 

Mattress pads of quilted white cotton make sleeping more com 
fortahle. protect mattress. Bleached cotton padding 

Ax 7ft. Jusan -MK7A. Jaawary January 

Hale. e QC 


Sale, 

each 

Striped Terry Towel Special 

Don't ever let your lyien closet he short on towels . . . you can 
buy handsome stnpetf terry towels at big savings now. so stock up 
Soft and absorbent, towels are pink, green, blue, spice brown and 
yellow. 

Large bath *i*e. Hand size 
22x44. January j anuan 

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“King Cor Blankets 

Fine weave flannelette blankets, soft and 
warm, with thick creamy nap. 

Striped borders in green, blue. ^ 
pink or yellow. Size 80x 90. Jq 

January Hale, Q 

each “ 


“Purrey” Blankets 

Made' especially for EATUN'S of Canada . . . 
fleece soft blankets of viscose and wool blend 
with rayon satin bound ends. Choose 
white, blue, green, yellow, red o r JkAQ 
sandalwood to match bedroom 0 
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January Hale, each W 


Normandie" Bedspread 


W'ondrrful reversible bedspread* for twice the 
wear, half the laundering' Colonial designed 
spread* of looped pile overlay on heavy quality 
cotton. Chouse antique white, 
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Double bed size. 96x110 I M 

Twin bed size. K2xll0. I Aa 

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16x24 Face cloth 12x12. 

98 c ZTZ> 19 c 


^pp SALE of 90.00 on a Wonderful New 

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Four domed front pockets, large 
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34” European imported rayon In plaid 
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Krd Isabel Special, per yard 


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CLASSIFIED 


LOCAL NEWS 


(IKTASI.IHHED IUII 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


No. 24 — lOl.t YEAR 


VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1959 


Progressive, Successful 


Prospects 
In Future 
‘ Excellent ’ 


New Fire Headquarters Nearly Ready 

in is nearing completion at Qunoaun into shape on new site* at Queens and Chambers, but the city may 

decided what to do with seven houses yet sell them “as is.'* The new two-storey hall will coat between 

kc way for the fireball. Firms have SW000 and $400,000 when completed. (Colonist photo.) 


Car Kills Don's Horse 


Ratepayers 
Just Groan, 
Skip Protests 


Thirteen - year - old Don- 
ald Ftl/patnck will he 
given a new horse to re- 
place his friend Bob, killed 
Thursday night when the 
pair were struck by a car i 
on the Trans-Canada High- 1 
way. 

Donald la recovering in ho* 
pit at from a broken arm and 
leg In the crash. 

c'uiw'ood Trail Riders said 
last night they plan to buy the 
boy a lew horse 
n MIN HtOH DAM K 

The club ewcuttve will span 
aot a aiwclal dance In early 
| February to ralae at least *150. 

'bo we can buy a horee he wtU 
really love.'* president Wea 
Mid last nlfhl. 

For a number of years 
young Don ha» been trying to 
Join the Trail Riders but was 
always turned dowm because o! 
hla age 

WKVIIIKK.SHIP vr.AK 

This Sunday, he and R<*h 
were In he nominated lor 
membership. 

"We have had wonderful r*> jy'nrih Surrey 
operation tn our plan." Mr. Also feared 
tJoddard said ‘The Strawberry storms which 
Vale Cummunlty 


Trying hard to compete with the blue-ribbon xinger 
canaries is Miss Elsie Eddie, secretary of the Van- 
couver Island Roller Canary Club. The tana Hes. 
judged for their ability to sing “sweet and low." 
are among 150 entries from Canada, file Vnited 
States and England in the canary show at St. 
Mary's Church Hall open to the public from 10 JO 
am. to 9 p.m. today. (Colonist photo.) 


Search 
Resumes 
At Dawn 


JA«’K < *tf4TV AIRE 


Area Gets 
$ 150,000 


Central lleatin: 
For Dockyard 


Joyce as Ml ssmdf This 
would be • Inw number nes 

lit a nntmal year 

(Mr. Jw««« us, fcosnw, 

• list nf the iNulfSli srs 

based on "InsIWllty In pay 
grounds ths» the ' nwtrt of 
rrvUinn has no power to mn 
aider i 

NOT I IKK tAAXNI 

Last year lb similar rtMMm 
stance* in Kaantrh, where the 
provtnctalty ordered re asses* 
mm I came earlier. I he court 
of revt st en had 2V> protests 
from the School District SI 
portion of the municipality 
alone. Explanation* given by 
the cmtrt at that time. Hty off! 
dais believe, may have re 
suited In fewer ratepayers In 
the dty protesting thl* year 
than otherwise might have 

This year In Saanich, the 
"nwi*l arflve resident tai areas'* 
havr had to he reassessed to 
keep up with the trend In mar 
ket prices. Inil the bulk of 
assessment* have been left 
unaltered, and tn d*te the 
assessor'* office ha* received 
only IS protests In School Dia- 


The provincial treasury board yesterday released 
1150,000 to the Capital Improvement Dbtrict Cant- 
mission. 

Chairman Everett Brown said thal projects the 
money will be spent on will probably be named next 

- ■ : — week. 


Passing 


rewlrwl dram plant. A* 
•nt tndlAtdwal plants 
sratl-rrd through the 


A-soclallon 

w ife Marts have two daugh- have donated the hall and clam 
ir»w. Terry and < ury. Hla hob t . howUrr R«i and D*w 

Wes are fishing and golfing McMillan will supply a chow 
Gary 1* Msr.,usn,l si rt er feast . AII we need now 
moat forgetting his gold plaled u „f Victorians to #1 

parvit . , . Mm 
selling sulls to *at 
tomers 


have been .wiled and work 
•tv hi Id start sometime In 
March. 


nrgness lrt¥ j 

led CUB Don a father. Lawrence. 1900 
Frederick T. Pol Bumskle, admitted he was "a 
lurh commenting on the di* uttle choked up" by the club 
I'ourtesy of some motorists offer. 

toward cyclist* . . Artme Thl* dub mu al have some 

Miller demonstrating skilful wondrrful member* to think 
handling of shopping carts Q f «ny boy like thia . . . I 
. . . Wayne Kainey (ubllanl just don't know what to say. 
over the return of hi* bike The Injured youngster 
which was stolen Thursday learned only last night In hoe 
. . . Alan Arch hold back to pltal that the horse he raised 
the old grtnd . . . ex Victorian from a roll had been killed In 
Mil jnhiisMn on a one day visit the Thursday accident, 
from Vancouver , . . pete 

Gregory spending a quiet eve _ f 

nlng at home . , Or. Remard \ /• •• f 
Kjekrtadt refusing lo talk 

about mushroom* g~\ . tf/s y 


lion may be justly proud. 


Residents In by S 


lined In sparkling light*. 

Souvenir hunters among 
the ship's company of 
HNwMh Alv-nabheti hnaght 
downs nf pnsM-ard* showing 
the Illuminated legtslatlve 
buildings. 

So that they wouldn't ho 
disappointed, government of- 
f trials turned no the tight* 
last night. 


Rinhop Hill Retter, 

/yrtirri Nf. Joseph's 

Moat Rev. Jimri Hill. 
Roman Catholic Bishop of Vie- 
tm la, was discharged from SL 
Joseph's Hospital yesterday. 
He entered hospital on Dee. 21 
with pneumonia. 


Construction of the first unit In the Gorge View 
Society* projected $500,000 low-rent senior citizens' 
housing development i* expected to start Feb. '2, Ed 
William*, building superintendent, said yesterday, 
'expect*' 


Meet ins Monday 


a JB Ha «**d *1*" 

fhai the building will be com 
rmm plated by the end of Msy and 
/{fB H i be first resilient* allowed In 
.shortly after 

8*g| * fr j Tender .-mII for the I'nlted 
Church sponsored society hou»- 
|p (Jfl Ing wdl start Mnrvlay Tender* 

1 will be opened Jan. 2H 

that ' said Ml 

Hams, "const no t Ion should 
'' ■ start In » couple nf d.iys 

1 The first building on (tie 
five a 1 1 e Hite wdl tonisln four 
suite* for single persons and 
iblr ! ,wo * or rnj,rr ‘ e< t couples. 

Paul Naftel. publicity chair 
ever seen man. said the (Jorge site, 
in IHO.IMIO bounded h> Harriet. Irma and 

visible tn Balfotir, 

lain buildings housing 130 allies. tls 

or many C |t|as n « a shout 60 per Single -*ulte* will have a g. 

rl sunny cent of whom win be angle kitchen and bed sitting room; 1 m 
r. Andrew He said It Is the aim of the married suites will Consist of 
Dominion Mdlty to keep the monthly a kitchen, bedroom and living ht 
rv rrnf ** ,nw •• P**** h **- Mr. room All will hava private G 

“v; Naftsl said he thinks the hathrooma ih 

,y . D * rk society win “charga armrnd , Last building to he erected si 

St ho used KtM.gr> for rent will have • rhapei and social ki 


niched, with the rent Including 
heel and utilities, he said. 

The unit* will he built as 
the money Is available. 

"Of the $500000 COM for the 
first unit, the society has to 
raise one- third." said Mr Naf- 
tel. "The provincial gnverq 
men! will ultimately provide 
one third and the real will 
come from the hoard of evan- 
gelism and social service of 
the L’nited Church " . 

The units, designed by* 
Charles E. Craig, the society's 
architect, will be completely 
designed for older people. «*ld 
Mr, NlfM. 

The resident* will have to 
will eventually con supply fond and other necea 


Also Use *0 Canada 


meeting of Pro# peel Lake and 
District Community Associ- 
ation Monday night. 

David C Wright. *367 
Ruston, who was chairman of 
a special committee appointed 
to investigate Saanich council's 
proposed subdivision control 
bylsw, will make the augges 
lion. 

"I have In mind the election 
of two councillors from School 
District 63. Ih« rural *rea of 
Saanich, and the election of 
four more councillor* from 
School District 61. the urban 
area." h* mid last nighl This 
ratio balance* pretty closely 
with population.' 


Russia Now Claiming 
Goldilocks and Bears 


After claiming credit for In children's book and attributing 
venting the telephone, Ihc It tn "L. Tolstoy ... a great 
rtimers. aircraft and radio. Russian writer " 

Russia I* now claiming credit Leo Tolstoy, who lived from 
for Goldilocks and the Three 1R27 to 1910. la heat known for 
Bear*. hla novel, "War and Peace." 

A Canadian bookstore ape The advertising card make* no 
ruining In Soviet publications mention of Robert Southey. 


card to Victoria PUMkc the English poet 


177*1043, 

Library this week, advertising who I* generally credited with 
The Three Bear* a* an 11 page originating the isle. 



Vatlu ttcitontftt v ■*»•••« 
i*tui4(t J«n»ary 1C 


Carden Notes 


a o amcap T :po »n ****** tmr 


IMWAT ut TO 


Egyptian cim|Mi|n. if 
came across a patch of 
growing wiki near hi* 
tent. Ha wax a o entrant 
fragrance that ha .-oil 
packaged lham raiefutl 
tham homa by faat frl 
Empress Jowephlne to | 
garden at Malmalaon w 
tarnatlonally famous for 
of plants fmm all ovar fl 


and 

haan 


ilta whan It la a 
a incorporating 
vdrwled lima In 
illnwing >ha dig 
>kan up with tha 


cln'f follow- tha Empress Joseph- 
example and pot up a few aa 
plants Grow thraa plants In a 
ich pot.’ pinrhmg tham hark aa 
rad to maka aturdy. ahapaly 


ara arattarad on tha aurfara. 


> thank tham - real 

makas TV poa itva 

hat II means to 


In tha >ear Juat past, talavlai 
absorbed a lot of criticism Nona ot 


part of tha Indus- 
ult to Impugn hut 
nuaiy alarmad by 

ast of us ara bain* 


>• tha haat of all 


ilngly qua*t loned 


TRUf 


danigrata a competing advertising 
madlum lnrrraslnglv. thla idea of a 
-party llna" of publishers Intant on 
destroying a competing advertising 
madlum 1* being uaad to mart all 


LIVE. 


It." said Mr. Murrow in tha 
Ing pasaaga of that speech 
th*rr ara any historians ar 


QU'CKLV 


matta 


inning Contract 


ross 


Thu ga\a VVast the rlua for 
a fina dafanaiva maneuvar. Ha 
naat lad tha dub nine forcing 
East to ruff East knew that 
hla partnar had at laast one 
lower chib, ao obvioualv 
♦hare waa a massage Involved. 
With the choice of two side 


f i WAS JU»T 
( TKVIN& to AAV 
V, SOMETHIN®' 


pasrCMLV AND OCUgCaATSU 
YAWN TIN TIMS* tnOMT 
IN MV FACM A NO^g ■ < 

^ lie — 7 all W6HT, 


( AMO KiOTMlttiWMe. 

* X think ir wh Vf try 
r oupf, vulAa*. nr* so 

And imports o* mim to 

«tand tv i us b «.«t in eaofT 
oa we, MIND vou, and.... 


ITt AFTfJt M0t»4 YDUN« 
INK AUO WAS IN AU THAT 


rr» my *i«rtk-/ 
«wt AA* iorr an 
remove nttPMfi 

Mix Sh* is 

LlMlBOmCt.'! « 


ATTENTION, BOYS! 


Applications Are Now 
Being Taken for Perma- 
nent Newspaper Routes 


DfATM 


ll's fln.1 coma, first sanad 
for a rent* near your homa 


AH.^MATwC** 
tee HCTMW . 

P 5 A H0l4f to 
6iTrOC0T* 
s>vg a ttvoy 
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Camara 

\wail- ( iMiniiint 


ACT NOW-PHONE EV 3-4111 


an axi»cns|va ramata. baliavad 
to have been lost sometime 
yesterday In Gras ter Victoria 
P"'.i<-a ""I ' hr • amara • 
worth “a lot of money” and 
aald thay ara anxious to con 
tact tha owner to return It. 


THE DAIL1 (OlvONlST CIRC1 LATION DEPT 
I DOHOU8 STREET 




nu. IN THIH ROUTT APPLICATION FORM 
AND MAH. IT TO THE ABOVr. ADORER* 


Construction of tha cathedral 
at Turku. Flnland’a largest 
city, began In 1239. 


» THAT WHTN W3U WOW 


COLONIST ROUTE APPLICATION 


area, hav 

* on near nel 


married 

children fWA 

ruga a 

weak. Da 

ys l have or 

■ on* to 

Tha phor 

ta doe* nol r 

mg. 1 r 


nimjiy m 

y w-oriu ana i 

rhow iv 

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TV. what a 1 



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flltllll (Till nut It Victoria. BC., $*t.. Jaa. 10. 19St 


ERSONAL 


Lei's 

Take 

Stock 


Silk Specialiaia Since 1 'k 1.4 


I I V Dougin* 
Phone K.V 4-0561 


ENTION 


duiing the forthcoming »»k in both Vic 
torta arid Vancouver will mean many trips bet wwn the two 
rlttoa lor His Honor tha Lieutenant Governor and Mra. Frank 
Mackenat# Roes 

On Saturday they will attend a luncheon In Hotel Van 
rouver given by the Hi Utah Columbia Weekly Newspaper As 
aoclatlon. Mia* MarLean and Sqdn. Ldr. Derek Inman will be 
In attendance on both occasion*. 

Hi* Honor and Mr*. Rows, e«ra»m 


Saturday is Another Great 
Value Day , 


Let's take stock of shop- 
ping v5tluo* an Victoria's 


On Monday evening 


Donald. AIK!. 


annual inventory of con- 
sumer goods. 

Here's an attractive aet that 
would be a uaeful gift for any 
young modern. It's a circular 
candleabra with four bra** 
holders shaped like flowers 
and a small glass rose howl In 
the centre to hold your f« 
vmlte bloom. Th# price is 
$7 25. 


values it would be practically 
impossible to duplicate ! 


The recently appointed Consul-General for China to the 
Vancouver Consular Corps. Mr. Yin Chow Che. will* make an 
official call on the Lieutenant Governor at His Honor's Bel 
mont Avenue i evidence In Vancouver on Tuesday. 

Later on Tuesday, the Ijeulenant Governor and Mrs. Ross 
will return to Victoria to attend a dinner party given hy Hon. 
T. C I *avi* and Mrs. Davis at their Cad bom Bay Road home. 

Returning to Vancouver the Lieu tenant Governor and Mra. 
Ross will attend the plant opening of Western Copper Mill# 
Ltd. on Annan* Island. 

Next Thursday Hi* Honor w.ll attend )h# convocation of 
the Institute of Charteied Accountants In the Brock Hall of 
the University of British Columbia. 

On Friday. Jan. it». the Lieutenant Governor and Mrs Ross 
will again he in Victoria m attend. a dinner to ha given by the 
Greater Victoria Ceniennial Committee in the Empress Hotel. 
Miss MacLean and Bilg. J. S. Adam, ADC. will be in at- 
tendance. 


Sale of our 
Silk Department 


There also la on# designed 
as a wall hrarkel In wrought 
Iron and brass in a leaf design 
with three brass scuunces lor 
$1195. 


Plain and Striped 
J6" Avondale ( hum bray 

° <»*'•# W (trips* a »4 •«■- 

pl»>n •KiiKi '*»-» «r. 

n»*n ai> iiunMiifilwi t. .mart (tat* 
Com sin* ■ ham In matrnini apen*«a*t sotnu' Yauta 

at «-••! aartfifa lamatrasl Wpmtal. far* 


A touch of elegance would 
be achtrved in any room with 
one of these marbled china 
vases, platters and bowls that 
could he used to hold flowers 
or fruit. In odd shapes, the 
basic colors are while, grey 
and a Nile gieen with mar- 
bling of darker tones. The 
prices range from $175 to 
$7 50. 


Mr and Mrs. John H. Richardson will celebrate their h2nd 
wedding anniversary quietly at their home, 451 Grange Road 
on Monday, 


36” Printer) Cotton Satin 


Mrs. A. L. Cousins and Mrs. William Jollymore enter- 
tained recently at 3557 Richmond in honor of then sister. 
Miss Lily Henderson, and to announce her engagement to Mr. 
Dave Welham. Guests Included Mr. snd Mrs. G. E. Todd. 
Mr. snd Mis. John Welham. Mr. and Mrs. Finlay Macpherson, 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McClement, Mr. and Mrs. R Strbhtngs, 
Mr. and Mr*. R. Spaven, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith. Mr. and 
Mrs. W. Main’ Mr. William Jollymore, Mr. and Mrs. J. Arm- 
strong. Mr*. A. W. McCurdy. Mr*. Ruhy Masters. Mrs. J. O. 
NichnlLs. Misses Nona Rich and K. L. Forbes snd Mr. M. Scott. 


Mr. and Mr*. Georg* H. Heed piclun»d at their Cook Street home. 


3b” Printed Everglaze Cotton* 

Vtsr-fiMiaa liwlia tar arise (raw 

• "# »«**»•• . . Ma(«rlmS •.•roam 

( laia * la P*miy iM ••• hast # ... la C ra »* tfe*-N ml 
narai m aamtaci imm *e~t«i mH 


You'll have oo problem get- 
ting the youngsters to eat 
their spinach if you aeive it 
in one of these famous name 
china bowls or dishes with th# 
colorful motif on the inside. 
Bunnies, bears, and other Ut 
tie “•critters'* are featured on 
mugs for SO cents, bowls from 
40 to W cents, egg cups for 
50 1 -ants and plates from 30 
to 75 cents. 


3H ' and 40" Rayon Oriental Brocade 

v«u II lava IM Oriental ml I«M ho«M«l 

SrncaoM tmr Saaaaraal* party tSirU maumltr 
j#*#* “ owstail ^ •*»**• •%*« r>nm« r«rBUNin«< -a £ 

*** , * , »*t*r« »« it im mtlmrmt la aaafe a ease array I ^ 

ml aawic tmmt aamainailan* . , and d»t*. I 

haa It t.irh a LOW prwal far# A 


Sale of our 
Woollen Department 


I never 
felt better 
so fast 
in my life!' 


Better Quality 

M" British Coating*, reg. to R.95 


A LOVELIER YOU 

By Mary Sup Miller 


Mr. Reed mentioned that at ■< orw «°r * 

though his wife lived only 10 regularly $4 SO; lustrous 

miles from his village, it was velvet at $3 29 and soft ss-sllk 
quite a trek and sometimes he chambray in plain or *trlpa*d 
went on snowshoes to see her. «»lor# for only 9 * cents a yard. 

Th# couple have no particu- * * • 

lar hobble* now but "In their And If you le doing some 
younger days'* (iked to hunt hrwne redecorating, remember 
snd fish. Mr. Reed praised *<*1 «ho*e odd jobs don# now 
his wife as a rrark rifle shot. It'll mean work for many 

Two of the Reed's sons. *nd will probably cost you leas 
Floyd and Charles, live in in th# long run. 

Montreal. and a daughter, Mrs. 

Shirley Roaa live* in Victoria. I 11 1 g m gr 

The anniversary i-elehratlon* f tllflfcj* 

will take plate at a family din , . 

ner at Mr*. Rnu' Cedar Hill * if / nt‘l 

Cross Roads home 

The couple have nine grand- An anonymous woman donor 
children and seven great grand has boosted tbe treasury of 
children. Klwania Village Society hy 

* SS f*tn 

/ * rj ym Reg • Harris, society pfe*|- 

/ I 11114*$ dent ' '■* ■* do 

nated 12.000 to the Village four 
I I C * 1 years «*o and hat sime been 

II \ * 'fllfl following the progte** of the 

, * m s r a project 

•f I tiro I hi * He said donailorv at# still 

I gvtrc? * «'«« coming In a* a result of a one 

BUDAPEST *AP' Hungary hour w, t* on ^ 2 *° r *>** 
ha. tailed a awlndler for **<»■«» 1nr * n •*’*"»>•>" to 
nromtsln* marriage to 14 ,h# Village. * 


51" Plaid Brushed Rayon Suiting 

Tpm' 4 >••»*! f#r ta fm* p. *i*. is ■«, mym- 
eatftiinc «M nan taior etMoktiMUana ertniM 

mn flnslr »<*»•• '*ma aptnnf vita a raaS- 


coW tablets 


New Vicks Buffered Cold Tablets . . . 

buffered to relieve colds, 
sinus pain extra fast! 


fr/f nfltiMTTOp' PTidh 

MAM I P TIP. Always make up in a good light It 
la the nnlv means of achieving the natural, apontaneoua 
look that distinguishes a lovely. 

Neither a dim nor a glaring light ran be considered 
goist Both blanch make up colors and *o you ar# apt to 
overdo lo end up with circles or rouge, a "flour barrel'* 
no*e and a pasty lipllne. 

For daytime make-ups daylight but not direct sun- 
light |s ideal Frmted white bulbs give the truest light- 
ing at night. Because of the distorting effect, avoid dear, 
colored or unshaded bulh*_ 

If you make up al a dressing table, use two lampa 
with inn watt bulbs of the frosted type Place them shout 
15 imhe* to the right and left of th# rentr# of your 

RllrtW. 

Rut what if the bathroom mirror is your makeup 
spot? Change It. that's what' Get yourself a large hand 
mirrm put a intVwatt frosted bulb In a table lamp and 
sit so the light floods your fsrjr. 

Either way, you II have a light that lights th# way l« # 
a per feet make up' 

INSTANT BE A I TV TIPS 

For way* to look lovelier send for my leaflet, ••In- 
stant Beauty Tips." It shows you how lo overcome such 
annoyances a* chipped polish, ragged Upline, straggly 
hair, and even stuck rippers; also, how to rieate glamour 
fillip* with makeup and a«Te«sorles All In the wink of an 
e> ela*h' For your copy, write me in rare of this new* 
pafier. enclosing a self add leased, stamped envelope, and 


Slim Jims 

I Ha beat known make 


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fast* Laboratory i«*ls st a famou* 
university proved that new Vick* Buf- 
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relieve naml congestion, help drain 
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3. Picks you up fast when you must 

keep working Stimulating medica- 
tion* relieve that tired, dragged -out 
feeling of a cold . . . help you feel 
more alert. 


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TV TALK 


Saturday’s Hi"hli»lits 

BOO p.m. Ferry Como features singer R maty 
Clooney and the Kingston Trio together with actre** 
Jane Wyman on tonight's show -2. 4 and 6. • 

9 00 — Yet another 

western aerie* debut*. y * — A 

thla time Black Saddle. y 

Peter Breck play* Clay l 

Culhane who la strug- f (sJ ^ 


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3 Units 19 50 

by blower 

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FIR SHAVINGS 
3 Units 00 


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I MAINTENANCE ! _ 


YOU VOU 7 HFUL AMO 
GAAMOKOUS! __ 


of hi* rrputation a* an 
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Saturday’s 


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FUEL LTD 


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Oiki all uww rruli around *U»- 
#lnb* and Nan 

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Storm Seal Aitheatra Tap* 

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Johnny Wilson of the I $)/Jl f g I'J 

Detroit Red W'lng* and I Fg, -S^Ty fl I ^jr 
Camille Henry of the yjcGby 
New York Rangers In a To ! • ^ y \ 

goal shooting and *peed 

skating contest 7 and »| f |^ r Howling aver- * 

12 | *c D. 11 t a. **'■ Wm * •* h, « h •* 

145 - Pro Hockey. Sirhmm mU(lc! - 
.Detroit- v*. Rangers at 
Madison Square Gardens 7 and 12. 

4.15- Santa Anita horse raring, the San Fernando 
Stakes of 125.000 over a mile and one sixteenth, for 
four-year-old* The glamor horse of the I'nited States 
taring scene. Silky Sullivan. Is entered 7 and 12 

*.00 Pro Hockey. Chicago Black Hawks vs the 
Montreal Canadlens at the Montreal Forum -2 and 6 
*30 Championship howling with Ray Bluth vg. 

I Ned Day- 4. 

800 College Basketball Seattle va. Portland, at 
Seattle's civic auditorium— 11. ' 


MEW YEAR SPECIAL 

NO. 1 FIR 

MOSTLY IVU»r. MIXED WTTS 
BARK WOOD 

1? UMBOTH* EASY TO SPLIT. 
AMOLtTELr SO CEDAR 

aeon ma li larotyd i sr. 

1 CORD S6 00 

2V$ CORDS S10 00 


MAY I A6K 
VOU WHY? 


I’M PROUD OF YOU 
MR. A86RNATMY >OU 
HAVEN’T TRIED TO 
KJ86 ME ALL EVENING. 


STORM WINDOWS 
SAVE HEAT . 


2 UNITS $6 00 

Fir Sawdust 

nrv BMtfCRKKvr.n mo« 

Pi. CMPM Ray sawmill* 

2 UNITS bv blower $10 
2 UNITS by bulk. $7 

AGRICULTURAL 

SAWDUST 

2 UNITS $5 

sar.riAL qarorvTB ox 
LARt'.KR QL’AXTlTlEA 

BONE-DRY 
FIR MILLWOOD 

1 Cord ...... SB 50 

2 Cords .. S16 00 
Also Bdne-Dry Alder 

For Fireploce * 


THIS IS THE TIME 


Westerns Channel 4 at. 11 am; channel 5 at 
noon; channel 4 at 2 JO; channel 2 at 3 30; channel 4 
at 1030 

100 p.m -Northern Pursuit (1943 spy drama!, 
Enol Flynn —11. 

3.00 Stablemates <1938 racing drama!. Wallace 
Been 5: Pacific Adventure *1945 Australian adven- 
ture!. Ron Randell— II. 

500 Adventure In Iraq (1943 adventure!, John 
Loder 11- 

930— Znmble* on Btnadway (1943 comedy), Anne 
Jeffreys -13. 

1006- To Each His Own < 1946 wartime romance!, 
Olivia de Ha villa nd -7. 

1030- The Secret of the Blue Room • 1933 thriller), 
Lionel Atwell- 11. 

* 10 35 — Captains Courageous (1938 drama!, 
Spencer Tracy. Freddie Bartholomew. Lionel Barry- 
more 5. 

.0 45 Cardinal Richelieu (unknown age drama), 
George Arilsa -12. 

11 00- Torment (1950 Italian drama). Amadeo Nax- 
xarl 13 

1130 Crime by Nigh! (1944 mystery!. J*me# Wy- 
man 11. 

1135 — Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl (1954 ad- 
vent urei, Anthony Dexter— €. 

12 30 am— Youth Runs Wild (1944 drama), Kent 
Smith II 

* Ris-om mended. 


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JANUARY 

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BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 


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»d-new yeor Free Estimote 
let s get off NHA-opproved Medicine 
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&e odd |ob$ rrurror, 24x16, ..$10 95 
home At Windows • Combmotion 
tmgton will and Storm Doors Made 
procticolly to your spec ificot ions, 
i build ony- PV Reject 4x8 W‘, $1 95 
matter how 1x6 Shiplop Fir Construe- 

b, we would tion Per M, $55 

privilege to Large shipment just cr- 
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me o nd di$- hogony and C Grode Fir 
iroiect with Doors ot Bargain Prices. 

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2 Cords ..... 1 1 00 

THICK BARK 
2VY Cords ... 1 7 00 
EX IRA SPECIAL ON 
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2 Cords 6 00 

SPLIT WOOD 

S*M far Riunaa Sanaa 

7Vi Cords ... 12 00 
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Pracaama aakpH ka bM-aMiU efeanfa, ay atadaaa aaarerna*. 


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This Week 


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pt«M> » i'h Oa»e 
Out# «et«h Da«« 


SHAWNIGAN 
. LUMBER 


ISLAND BUILDING 
SUPPLY COMPANY 


VS" Tongue and Groove 
Ook Panelling, to cleor ot 
the extra special price of 
15 cents per board foot i 
3-16" B'rch Plywood, per 
4x8 sheet $4 80 

English Stucco Wire, 
1x20, 450 sq ft, per 
roll $10 25 

7-16 KB Saturated 
Sheathing, use in ploce 
of shtplap, saves time, 
soves waste 4x8 sheets 
ot $64 50 per M 

Our Borgam Alley is 
crowded with odd doors 
If you con use ony of 
them, see one of our 
sal semen ond moke on 
offer 


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Hm* Itaiundup 

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CV*e aaailable la • Ik-13 ft krd 
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Xa need la put mr fir# aul 
Me<al arena* «onr« far * ntilai 
af **M from M la >4,M - 
Open Saturday TUI I Ik. 


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Valor MtlW H'«n pru* ’••'rr- 
MIH pa 'dan M»-ar ha»«h, trnrm 

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KILSHAW'S 
AUCTIONLERS 
1115 Fort St EV 4-644 1 

Cu*n if.lKM au HAII|**«1 


OIXL S IB BIKE 
1 OR • EM 


BARGAINS 
SI 99 EACH 

46 Ford Sedon 

50 Hillmon Minn 

51 Morn* Minor 
Convertible 

Mil PNftAl S' KYJ 
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MERLIN PRICE 


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Kt KNACKS 


MAXURK •!• TRR LOAD 
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Phan. OR B-1KT2, #*pnin«« 


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P1YT ATOfa CARROTR OKIORR 

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mil nu Mt r^ad r •'« 
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NO DOWN -PAYMENT 

I Ml HILLMAN Mina IKS Plua 
• tat rath o»iy ill p*- mnnih 
l*4P MCHCURY Chi* CPu pa rudia 
Mat plua UPS laah Only BBS 


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tsr*. camlarlaPH aiaapinp unii 
Or •• will i.poii nau ••'•ir« •»' 
pr *■• arrin*a pxilt la vh'P 
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l*an KV Mill 
ATLAS UATJHEA* CO LTD 
rii Quad't a >• 


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14 aa -.ar 7 -dual »<a»aa t a»a Bit 
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AND MlffUIB 

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Inrhaa • >*• M tarh*. Rlfli. 
tMt* Iraaaar and »r|.p*r 
Du«fPtd A*« OR B- J4T4 


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MORE PROOF 
THAT IN 
VICTORIA 
NOW ITS... 

MERLIN 

MOTORS 

Pandora at Quadra 

EV 2-21 1 1 


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r-.mn mar* 4 HBH lArph hrrud u * t 'in Sit l*>t f*« 

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■ai am di#.*l m ario a, .*« 
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(LAS RAXUR 


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daiirtnd Bio tv i-arni _ 

WHITE ENAB'EI- 1 ; ARRACK Rl'R- 
nar BM RV ILL. 


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pot TILS • RARIIKL BROTOU K.'raRY CARRUi.R I VUiNTWt OLD 
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JANUARY 
CLEARANCE 
SALE. , . 

EVERYBODY'S 
DOING IT' 
BUT LOOK AT 
THE VALUES 
AT 

PLIMLEY'S 


• A** TIbRAWi ui «v 

a lUAi CiMixm »•••■»( 

Lk*nr* *1 WUI 

$1735 

1 955 Chevrolet 

Ifhae Man 
Ra-I'n Hu n 

•1 >•«* V. «A-U« 

$1595 

1955 Ford 

» T*»* 

CuA 'W P'lehAl' Mr %rt 

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$1399 


OLSON 

MOTORS 

VICTORIA'S 
USED CAR 
SUPER- 
MARKET 

INVITE YOU 

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NOW! - 

Springtime 
Trade-In 
Allowances 
On Top 
Quality 
USED CARS 


NATIONAL 
MOTORS , 


JANUARY make v 
CLEARANCE 53 “£2 
SALE 52 "B 

49 ST"* $450 54 


MORRISON 

MAKE A DEAL j 
TO 

MAKE YOU HAPPY 


m CAR* FOR KALI V* CAWf FOR KAf.R 1 1H CARR FOR BALE 

EMPRF5R OVERSEAS JUST ARRIVED 


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SALES LTD. R ' M>: 

CCI 1C 'CAR BUYERS 


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...$995 

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54 sms, _$iu5 


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EMPRESS 

MOTORS 

DEAL NOW 

For The 
Lowest Dollar 
Difference 

WE NEED YOUR 

1952 - 1955 


OVERSEAS 
CARS LTD. 

Ifewntartfe IH Maiari) 

START '59 
WITH A NEW 
"FIAT" 

AR LOW AR 

$1498 

up ro m m p a. 

AND READY 


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Bafnr* *ou Way ml n«n u 


— A »»4 »4iim mtmual ii 

PalMlA* hl|rf.«-« and bull tan 

E SPECIALS 

Oil} I mi»i«i MOM 

N 4l»ll infer, fryer. I Mil 

The German Wonder Cor ♦*»»•*/•«* hod 4711 minlrl ■ !il»T 


with 

Front-Wheel Drive 


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107 ( AICS and I HI ( KS 

J WANTED 

SMALL CARS 


*47 PivMotmi 
H/ •*« laa U _ 


47 CKRTALOI l-Dm 
ftaatP* 

pti'omalla - 


$195 56 h v .^ AO "' $1195 

cy cuevroirt ! <«> p***r 

3mt 'b4M JO i tier rui« (I IOC 

A1QS and latin 


c i pord 

l J 1 RUSBB. 

5312" 


$395 

$695 


CZ OlX» •»» l-Uwr »aHt«t 
C7 CHEVROLET 1 Aaat Star Hllraeam feo**r aaaiuii 

STi-sri _ $1195 zjtsl $3295 

55 h Yr KAU -_ $1245 56 SSL ^ 


1 959 MODELS 
ASK US ABOUT THIS LLOYDWAGEN T.S. 
AMAZING OFFER - 


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VERY IZJW PINANCS RATER 
r«u uri INRLRANCS OR 
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Arm Aaaia 

TVrn AadiAta 

AU SUflard E^-paTMU 


TEST DRIVE 
LLOYDWAGEN 
TODAY 


1 955 Dodge 

Maalatr Aadan. Turma 

feA>i m taa la a a '1 — 

l 4 rrft-a !*» 

$1465 

1954 Oldsmobile 

Y»" IUIm 

Am' aaaaflr T-antm aa it 

P aa«r >la**in« 

Ura-m* Ni ’^T 

$1995 

1954 Oldsmobile 

_ •■W V4M 

I'Paiantf Ttama»i.-« A«at 
•aaiiKi Ra4> ru»’ Hrvrr . 
Urtaa •' AM 

$1795 

1 954 Pontiac 

>[bar HHaMiar 

raiais rv 
ftnr — 1 i’ *• ti« 

$1345 

1954 Chevrolet 

B«l A ' Tula* t (»-a -Man 

U.**-. <i *a Ml 

$1295 

1954 Dodge 

l-Ovtf *'**a»fla U*a| 

Cm a(H Rr«4* laffe 

Ur*-* .a 4 r» 

$1195 

1 954 Ford 

VIHaamvmr 

Ra *1 X Cni’n Mr« n TVrat timaU 

L>r*«r« a . — tn 

$1299 

1953 Ford 

Twtxna R«4 and Ata « 

(Oa a Man ttaai ,.m» 

Lira— S« a JAB 

$1195 

1953 Studeboker 

L aa R » T>4* aa. Paint 

AV'aatali r T *«« a « 

$1095 * 
1953 Cadillac 

I rWa Min 

■ I'ama'ir rudl i t nar fea.ii| 

Fjm*r Iraam P«a. • » «l«a 

Um> $ -«4*U 1 

$1799 

1953 Pontiac 

Ware r*i|,ar Raa at 

Tv »» fir»- and Riar* 

Uraba N *« 

$825 

1953 Studeboker 

CSa«p« fea-tan 

irMara.*' Mai*»r Raman »«•« ' 

U'rr ■» V, AWT 

$999 

1953 Nosh 

• a'rataaan AaAan 
R*a!fcl»>« RadMa 
R. n A* Ma< am fUA 

Lkm a X 1 *' am 

$1199 

1953 Plymouth 

'$879 

1953 Pontiac . 

4 l> * *»!a» 

Ta'^n* rat W»i '• 

|>ma-a V ■ 'Ma*» 

$885 

1952 Studeboker 

PauM'**. Man 
llferraa- Iraaa. V M n and 
feianii '>»*• -aaar 
tar.- • * 41 AT 

$795 

1 950 De Soto 

|IW» tntta 

Cwa-nm Maarr- a an4 Ra4M 

U-w* Y. a»ra 

$695 

SPORT CARS 

1UT Ai <T!.S Mr. AI R V t<a> Rullr 
m'fM •«> • • narawrr drlvaav 

S2460 

|»T Vl4lRUA> 4 a 4 SINlRTA Maa’r' ] 
'»n a 1 jnaia VMaai r >»ar. I 

•mT"' $1699 

1 »M ur.uit Id Mr Vioor.i, - 
Wr-a arSaa'a. alartrir rwardrit* 

eST $2699 

ECONOMY CARS 

lw AI.«TI> AIUSRAI.T Una 

aMaA <CQC 

Li -ana >a M .At SjTJ 

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DU AIS?L\ i-m'tam.-a. 'amdr- 
Man. ami rma'nvi'-ai U 

wm*' $1199 

UH Al'.TTIV AM— Ra- >amA«aa aaaA 

•rLTT i,< 4i4 $1275 

IRS? Al"YTl> AM Caaiara link ar 
feta' L.AAy )« 4 l i*ar 4 —a. , 

iS'”* $1399 

X*M AI 4T!\ I . OnOR »j*r raa 
»maNl»M »la»»ra ft aala air i 
•laa.. dtrria'ar. labalM IHt i 
LnaAra Kn a | inr 

mr - Ua miia.Aa 1 

«MkT55T\v-^Ji25| 
wrV?" $695 

mr vnj RRWAr.KV R? U a »a^r,f» t n 

$1325 

Trontportotton Special) 

ms si 

to PWi fi«t 

r :r; 

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U WaMERArr PU 

Liberol Trode Allowances 
Generous Budget Terms 

PLIMLEY'S 

1010 YATES 
EV 2-9121 

Open Evenings 


1958 Plymouth 

j DaotonnlrAldr RriUna 

•an 4'M at 

$2999 

1957 Plymouth 

Sadan >adbn. * 

A r ' aibAIMnna* 

$2099 

f 1 1956 Plymouth 

Cmiaa air 

a*aiMttt*aar 

! $1599 

1 955 Dodge 

( $1399 

. 1955 Mercury 

•B'lan. baatar a<» 

$1699 • 

Full Financial 
Benefits 
No Payments 
Until Late Feb. 
Life Insurance 
Coverage 

1 1 954 Chev Sedan 

$899 

1953 Dodge 

Pa I nit 

$997 

1953 Ford 

Eaia*A w*a«aai 

$1097 

1953 Morris 


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a» VANixUARO *»dan, M . »»** 

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>• MTLLA4AN «>a.laa lAafan MAI 


BUY NOW ON OUR 

nji 

EASY TERMS 


CORdKTtAC <-Da..r Raalai. 

2T» B ? $2495 ALL USED CARS 


Stotion Wagons 
50££? # $795 


55000 a. — ^$1395 

55 $139555 

C*) ul.uaMoRII.E RtdaA. radlA 

-V $U95 


l-aa'-.f 

n.aaa ^ 5 ^ tAKl KOR Radan 

55S™STr$1895 55 --* 

OnaartUta — 


CC TADtU-AC CAaiA da 
Vila mil? H<" 

MalPfead an art <•■>- 

X $3395 

: RUU-R tva an « Dam R> 

* • • *»dan Aumnaiir .«*- 

tarn tadin a»ai. ajaartac 
and brMaa. t*a tana rt-tea 

:r.. $2595 


CZ MriK.bR r.dor Ran«t>aa«am CC 

a. $21951?? 


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37 KS art, $2250 54iS22. - 


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REDUCED! 

MORE BARGAINS 
THAN EVER BEFORE 

SEE KEN MITCHELL 
OR 

RON SMALLMAN* 
FOR FULL DETAILS 


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raoan raitra aaalaara Arvara ““ ■ 

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JC On malar app -aa.,.. and luuN- AAlMltE AAlUIPtCtNO 

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•ban vj>o4**ata tor •*a»na waU I ‘a la I taa Rtiana EV 4-Adll »-$ 
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jU $395 ’ * aftaabnta aoclnoan ■ v — — 

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52KZf„r-_ $795 


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haa'H I 

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RO fAVMERTS TU LATE PER COMBINATION OF 

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LO PRICE-HI TRADE 
5fi fX>Ma % limmr 4 *** r ' • H cno 

batm an . tUK 

M saaallest dollar 

53 rr r«isr <52195 difference 

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CHEVROLET Hard lap Cm, pa f '“V.*" $ 1 995 

ttaii Irak** p.»aar»tid# 

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haatar 9 • J dan Oualia < ] OiC 

MONARCH RMan aatoma'tr ruaion raui- 9 O J 

iiiuiankUaa raata A i iQC CC rpitkoi^r Ra: Air 4 D m 

On a hanivr . » ' ’ * J p»ian PavarpllAa laa-w a 

$1845 

THE RIGHT I CZ Kdm« W Uia l-Ua. s- 

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iOMBINATION OF — -*» > 1 /y J 

3 PHICF.HI TRADE’ 56 


"FIAT” 55-'^.. 

. at 55 


AM) TWICW T1 
FVR TO DR ITS 


CZ PORD CaaWndun 
H» far. lara a taa 


$1495 

$1595 

$1595 


January Sale On 
Fleetwood, 
Mobile Homes 

All K av4* IMA MaaMt 
Will avia | taratm vaalbrr I 
n Hr »«da * hartnata I 


CARS TON CARS AT ARTS 
aide ai mahoiet ivioe 

lar lair Rn*t..r> tar OR 1- HM 

114 MOM M. INS 
HAILING 


CQC ■•-N vbAa. J hadmt The HERTZ Idea 

jVj Stir 1 Mrmt iark r, Jil 

•loc mn4m "**' w%atwr p * Cut Moving Cosfs Vi 

J7J Thfa. (*.. «y a ra naar aaj'iaaaia and 

roa n aa.naa a aa' j>* of M MO an aarfe Ctran. naftrta tnafea— ill fuatad 


fadU and laaiar 


$1449 

CZ DOOot I Door Mai 

tl JQC 


1 116 Yores EV 2-5822 

'AROVt COOK • 
Rpaciaiasia In Innamla'a 

SMALL CARS 

ALL CARR WINTERIZED 
AU. CARR OCASAXrKSD 


ENSIGN 

MOTORS 

Lloydwogen Borgwdrd 

SALVE AARTICR PARTE 

2017 QUADRA ST. 

OSWOSTTB emUVQ PINK 

OVEN EVER noil IV l-Mlt 


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HmR tart* •raitrra funmara. rart ^ ^ *'" p ‘ * 


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u. Pa da, Pr ar Mitt. 


ar wt ap rrta takon an trad* 

IV.trra Nr L#iaun.h.m« 

naattaiaW and Mara 
Tt* p'laa aatrah nn M-rt-aa» 1 
INaa OR EV PM3R 


ATTENTION! 


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YACXRALL ' tYaat. 

paarar Rafraa-aa ■•<«! ** I * 1 * M4 ~ * ,n 


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CY rORD MA I- Dear H a ,.a CCZORD Radnn V » A A C ~ Z"*' dWnai.r 

r *" r *«••* $2375 •«<*** *t $ I 44b w,. 

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dan Ca»- M VICTOR Rtt'KR USD A FI 

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$247 

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$247 

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BV I d* Id 


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EV 3-6113 


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EV 4-7197 


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MOTORS 

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PHONE EV 5-35 1 2 


saatltm; Sl-rc. ra, **' 

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Phan* BV (-Mil nr tv t-Altt 


VOLVO DEALER MOONEY & SONS 
r ... . . 938 FORT ST. 


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59^1“"^. $2850 

CZ PI T MOUTH T-j4#r Ffa.d- 

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$1695 .. 
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tain* aoutt * wiatar* in/** )•#*» ami mm I twi. n 

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« «••>-* •••* ay b-.>n> > uiawrily . Un* *# frnhp* *ml f ••#• •mAr.mmmM 

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all R an tar* am an aiih aait lamall '•'**" A* 1 *y* I 

in. a. ltd km yw.kinp ■**• n.wnaal. d <br *r< * ''•*•' ' 
ik.inaa iMWi. *4* M 4Pn I auwd.t ... W» ■** hi 

$12,000 \./v 


hoRTHwr.dTt.Hti dii'itmu nr 

VKTORIA I.TU 


VOUH NBA U>AN »*AI>« by WATERFRONT" 

T T h,, M ) ThP COUNTRY LIVING!! 

7. Corrtrocf pne .$ f»**u#a ***y ■ **i*t cara*>a 

most ecorvonrncol •»> »•* *^wp *• 

. r-iiiAi i tv *’ u, «* *** •« 

town for QUALII T »nrtb HRCB UTP •*!*, s b'rp 
. I crauna* »««ir M rnoap Mr td- 

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8 Numerous plons ovoil- ZZI S 1 2 950 

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liiwiaia* P4P ♦•ni-*i*«»i 

per tv t im* 

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f m*. at • ail Inti ran 


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tbdmn m.,. im «• Vptrp 
... tAd - am -an AV 4*M> 

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uaedhan darn a* *»• KV *«• 

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I! ry 14141 nuiplr *• 


tn • * omrr h.hit mrai arnn.iED 

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1 ROOM PinTE WITH RATH __^T“ 

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T ns., uv VT 


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If im.* yaaulMlna *Hh •**•*• M 

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1« eimi •f-»*» Had an mpadi matu 

•in, ... r;r-v:;L,:;r* $30000 

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RV UJ4I 

ROUldB Al 


TO RKNT 


INVESTMENT 

OPPORTUNITY 


$31,500 

Mi r« m* rVBtat* 

YOUR OWN 
BUSINESS 

Ta* ta inlaymtMi EMI •**•*» 
l.t.nd •> - Ri v *■<» 4H'h ll*‘Rd | 
a'rt it AadtCPP* Tah.na* tlia. 

>*ar PR IP# la hiv»'« and 

rssr 4 *"* $14,750 


Jt r -N ilARAOE P’M KENT NO J P4 RnowtMn APPHoK ttw ON IN 


>aar PRIP# la kaitkn*** tn# 

r;*rr sujso s 

Mr E .Hand rat BV AMU ££ 

•WIIOITlH • CO LTO 
CM •'•*• KVtTMl 7" 


FAIRFIELD iw on Durban in 

PROPERTIES IsflLS fairfield area 

NLEOLQ NOW Informotioo ood | l ^frmi ~U?rp 

All Type% of Homei j E»iimofe» Are 

onrt Rrvemie Property ; Ab&olutely Free 1 

LARGE OR SMALL rm* an u* tinw out-upp. 

GIVE ME A CALL \ 

C MpU*4> »v I R« an yi tm# 

_ lTn most ATTRACTIVE 

EQUITY TOO BIG* Modern Stucco Bungolow 

Otar I lM *p H I Ptdaiar tod 
It >-nw nawily ba. la* to to am* morn* tp*c* WalRE rmom an< 

in drat di indat'a I- a* 4-mn hay AininR »""• rantanmni «an *11 

m*n4 marhai- ll (•■•» ka * u» pr-d, ch*n anil n— » p.pr* to* elm* 

Nun rail flartoi Humull ka and bath Oararat»d Ukranpfindi. II 
laam knua -to aRnMy in mtir bun At caadllkan rtoad toar.au* am 
ran to umd Iu midaw 'to Man* a lib hath kh bl«h #*•*•« al -r*B1 


Etti motei Are 
Absolutety Free' 

Ptaata nail l#n Wctew 06 t-UM 
Law MmllMA CkKPJrm OMw# 

rv i-im 

MOST ATTRACTIVE 

Modern Stucco Bungolow 


OMR Unt i l** H> t <•# ewrkri. 
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ta.n, at# mtbMr nwahr mm 
Vary p-fc-t ant tai*arai« daninR 
fa* I -#*p* «ad tar. *>•**■' .-a 

au’-cnaiir Ml M* air ivnuir fall 
toaarrvani attactod rwrprn and A 

SI 0.950 

fan a* nandtad an'h |)Wr rtib 
fealarr* on f.rt* mrr'caRa 'n g -4 
r-nnu/K f ,« fMrltor infnrma'i UI 
htoaa* rati R L «|im KV ITW. 


y-«*. draany* KV 14*41 


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u,n un-tar ».)•• M*at. 


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a* tor rarer 


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KV 1 «BM n 

AVAILAKLB ABOOHD IAN II 
xu. l ban '-mm iMiimrl Adln 


»ir #r .*• in. Paul Bay Rnad BY J-4CP j 

mnrhin* — — - — 

UK WitTCO ro UNT 

«Ht* * MIU 4 ► l 

•M#*rwT| _ . 

to*- rv w.hTEtk TO RENT PAETVRB 

far I H ■ bdif*r* Krdtinl 11IK 


VdriOKRN IF Bar* Drive PH 
•lanto rm Ptofl Cn KV J4UL 


I to PI K.MA U. Id) AW 


MOKK.Atit LOANS 


VNRTPTk rAPTTAI- M tutor* 1- 

ttar-aid * tan* an*r*an< 0> at - 
r«ikani rfkr kmaikan Hill* *ul*- 1 
aim tn# rar*'fra* PUU» *ddlR- 1 
*M wkt*y *)frtiii rwnpa* tf’# *** 

laundry rvmm M« 

CXTEM'ATTNO CIHnTUPT AVCW# 
PORCE AALE m prkcad rkpElt f 
anlt 1*4 PP0 with about '• ***h 
id har.lt < Cauld a*’ M rap-*r*d 
• <id*t within Aid PPP •( rh't aft-* *1 
fadirptiaiit »*• th*' crtcartf »*•- 
..*• will to . Wi«kd*r*Plt b>»r»r,; 
ah.<a toiar «*lu*t tbrinc Thi* t* 
an appnnunll* for 'Ik* Pit* ta 
•••t*r to orw»**t •#■'>•* mfld- 


BELMONT 

PARK 

KIDDY'S 

WEAR 

FULL PRICE $1750 


— EV Mlto N.*ilto#m*rw B#*to»»k*a ,)«aau 'bah *t*r*«* bam* 

| 4 Vuutokd Ud nrltt-m parwp* tab* and war* 

I » — I ahap Mam* k* MU*r tn*n A*er*|* 

’’ I naa .an s' •'«#»« <% paiuH** **46 

LISTINGS WANTED TZU SElml"? 

r r^rr .si 6.250 

AM* I-, thi* 4»|4t a* avar 11 CTM and Ualaitrd •« tan PIT 


U~ :r* WEIGHING VALUES^ 

rntriLi* T*“ ww to Oak Bat *« ottar 
“to *«*d 'ranaparto'-n it amm 

- - - -rr sui rtjsr ^ 


••ram la pal) Partly thp aaair c 
(Klr> ml M h*P Cln*a tn i kutit. 
dito and lft«ipt'l*>i*A It rntm 
ti*to af littnp rtw dlnm* twain, 
kfi'ton and ] Mtfiaam* PuJ 
ramant bamm*al atih tuiarnatv* 
all IM air baaltna PRH II •••« 
• an aaa a ntlal towaR and tt.,>4 
••Arum* tit* down*, unity to 
•at* a **»• an*) lynm* >;#*-* 
raft W O CurfU fv k RP •«*- 


S9500 


VACANT NEAB PARLIAMEHT ICONKT TO LAAR Aa^^a ..4 fur, **, mil— unr, ^ l ggg »» UVLTU'L 

mod -if (Ml- > IN totd Uto MMBBBMME ,1 r*.!,-d ILto#*' J«2 

roam, valb ■*• rwnc* Owe #*• . u Ubk* h- r* m-r ,;»*#. M'»*t>*t) Ra* BV ' 44TI ar *1 "*>• ' % , rT v , 

«*- •>» tH NW U.m £'• ** ,f " Cto.m Lto BV : I.Pt ST'S « SS-.rT’t^ 

r.mj’ IHA1T LHEIHKVkdl I CPTR 4,** (,, •*> . *-•« mr'udad • *b* *«m*a ypww Ihnr u bwo t 11 


(*• • * had'-m ntoan apnar*-* t# *•*• *nii J Maan EV k-JEPt M 

bflfcrtr KV C M,^ 6=1 w ^ VACANT 

y ' OAK BAY SOUTH ‘ •> '* 

2 Bedrooms i** c»m^ami •***«-«. 

KKALB Hl*RE PMURPKtyiVS w ^ ,UoT ' 'PTtotptxmt. 

«. hnixsiv. THI'.O* iJM Piirm-iitp h-ry* *«ud-*4 •- P gfif u b*« - pitarh*d ttiti# 

Ml LTII'LE LWT1HC t-raP4 I* '»d* **Ti (•■?•• '«* R|. * my atm fruit If*** !w- 


KKALB A K*RB nuNYlTIVI 
PA KOI AM X<« THt <H I-.E 
Ml LTII’LE LIKTIRC 
>m npb .aa naan-* .4 *«ur (hp* 


EVLLT M»N>XRX V 4 RtX*M «: 


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Pinn -nft m im-H'iev «i,# **# 
(arte# Ihitu IVI4D< . 

t ROOM SUITE WITH KrrrHNH 
Cat! 

VACANT rmvi*»fD btBX 

Pteat tull# lt4*IMft •wi' 7 
eutri ear* me Rf> or M* w ^ 
IV S-4I4P 

ST CM Ah l.E* AREA IN OIDCB 
Man*. 5- mi *0' 1 badrm Itouly 

rtuvada 1 led pdUlt* BY J-ET5E 

i w i» .•». a m vi »M» n% .iriKT 

JUBILEE DIETBJCT - 1 ROOM 
uote- tui'# r». ry'hin# .upniia# 

■a* BtoNiart A*# On v '.** 

a i * ■ \J** * i «v >mr 

Vw.*n« J an 1» Ud Br-maot 
BY t-WII 

LAJW* 4T^TM^. 1 


IM EV 4 IMP dV-'t- A.pli* 4* J»n » «*• Ctorata Hatot .# IMrrwM - 

t nnou H ITT ETECTRir m**Hb PUl-N W*’ *" 4 * m "* 1 N- fa-toy t to" IHatp 

*,"S^,^TLia"US!a KV — « *' " »» _ BIUHTH M06 AtaKXClW 

I»C Lull Em KV S Add ( aR».K CLKmV A VO pfWVTAl LIMITED 

9 wm»_ KrTCHTs - U» Eton— r« 6 . 

..-bat* «V> •$••! 


Aa* par Mnudh Bar* *rA Am ton 


tV-ui toil ptd* '« L t to pad _, T 

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, „ a tot AP*m mplmpany rphpyM 

k* ■ hjirban npb utrtR) am* TW **ry 4b •«*<— ** 


CLEmV * VO mvvKNl UM1TKD ClCRVirF 

• my r ural n-a# mlfmay ||S gnMUM) BL BV *4TT1 JLr\ T I V* L 

J.,_ . , : • STATION 

: R' tiM APAKTUKVY UV } m tr un >b# tal* 4 ytor / M]) - 

'Tr-iH-rW. ^J^^5-15 oS2m "SMALL car AGE 

kv : me KHIC CIakIQI 

* .a.aw* Han*#* 4 ' W.iSC, „ •• OUWiBBH Tr 

n .A l> And APART noiithwT .x'Tk.hv sti HmltB or 2 *^ mapam* 


Marx rntm* KV SEMI M kC. LTTPtE UBTCIO M'fUUU 

KV V«U$ V.^bnaatdto Bnrunkmp ini Alto KV >3 


APARTMENT HOUSE 


u»B fcvM BOPM gyysm 

UKT WITH SAAEtCH KKALTY RM T* « 

Mat iwrui pyrxxcw. Mr ONrfc 

hum CRA-US K>*P MBM 


badr ia utta •** pm«d* 
tppea 00-0 Ain-I* toil 

$12,300 

r mil O. Uunm CJR 7 UK 

ar dTn KV $«1B 


ay* dial* imtmaatoa Try y*tf 

- $10,500 

Aa ant— Mia— at to ** naar a* 

*awr p M top 

Cell Hal Wrsabi BY A-TTPt anM.m* 


SMALL CAR AGENCY ' ROCKLAND AREA M POC— flli BA LE EARLY POSSESSION 

« UI|TiC : PRhtn Mlrwrlix, 

DUIltD I IImb ha-alam "li-'Anu lb* '«» 


MEARS & WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 

IIP* OAK BAY ATE 


PLEA-tA-VTLY n »V1 

— PTnyuia# «■•*• C 

B> p-u# L# -- 0*4 1 


yrypptna m«-r*. f**« 'r • ’ * *** - n- 

cti BV 1 1451 9V A« m Ig _____ 

ri Vwiwim i tug un nBMMD l-moofd BCTTB, 

m Tnmm ttof «fPL c» «Rt;w»to 

Ml rvt.v* Mi-1* 


rv*C*.-nT • rEt'ALLY CAJI UKT WH 
tv >*772 M a honT UP ran 


THI 

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WATERFRONTAGE 

ka oa# <kna# to rail link Out- 


CAFE' 


tl AHOE WARM CI.BAN HOOMB M Ctm ■ •' ‘ " 

Cknaa 1* tit# #» ffHtoe. photo Brlcnata Phan# 

a#.H#r Adult* IV ) MU EY J 4AII 


mmmem - »r.4riR cj 2^^: '..r:; 1 . . ^ Jr 1?' 1 T a y. 

OrrS iS . -• rtS>*JS arSa $6300 $300 DOWN 

9 . . — — — — - _ — - - - lx*. -.•*• UUB taaitw —iw I par farUtar in farm an an raO 9 


waito, A4U... m-H* —«*• \ "^a, V ’ K m" .mm 1 WK VPKOAUZK W OtBCOTVTlVG ~"' a ' 

JAN n- PAinniaD I rv ##•»> *10» RY PTI>P t-ROOM DrPlEX V L A. appr"**«l Hem* ko p u r rlto #* f -r ena. I yj I 

H* Ai*4 H« Cto*# IB P* *u* PR Vl*w Mraat AtoBH* H* I * a.* t m apto KV;«#4 A O —n aPCR TOT r#N* I p R BROWN 

tup ET 4- JUT . 4#0 par —dth Ad-iitt KV » hd _ OP- »°» y v >r y- J ’’ M5 BLA1K ft Bon* Lto EM IMP 


» tiTWPPm EV 1 IUA ttotmr# 


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la i)a,Uian rv $ |(*4 . . — — — ■ >.* l .«bi* mmmltokfto Pfff m - ■■ — — — — 11 

“ - O'MFyyNTAHl.V n RvlxRRn t inaiwa A BHwprd A Cm. 

1 ROOM BUTT* OAR WTOt'E j ROnir- AND KITCHENETTE, r ■ ,*ui*tox rtnp* Adut't Ph ^4 ■» »N1 Erw cv MSB fZr^r^r) DROP IT 

trr« - *•« * r*.. lift Child rap IA ir-i- “ | UwU r rvjr I 1 

AH .-. HI., l» «•.*»_*• rv . .... k-R.iOM PUNRIEHED HOME UP 

E-ROOM RCITE AEXft PVR- M , ./-roNTAl-EO J 14ROE "M« .an4> distr.<t TV IlM n*r 

Rithad Ittif n-ti let >kph* 'Ar*- nryt lypRtaa »V* o*.- ayow -i munlh EV MN! 

^ • * h _ rW u IWfKn » Ritf >M (TA B I E. 

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fta>h PAlrTm.rt II* EV »-17«h .«,■* tui'thla fw tr-rklitd P*'-t « ^*.*» Ram a* #*H KV MW1 


PhMia BY I IOI 


Bl MINFXH 

Oil OK II Mill' 

INVESTMENTS 


WHAT YOU MAKE 

Ere*« lh» aall to* aiaa B*rv*RV 
Mndarp »i*'.rl» p*#n n#w Halbprl 


WAUC1NO DINTANCE - ROW 

•MARA. I m ama ba'h_ EV t "• y • ^ UVV KLV^ ^RP-P- nu* Tmikar part OR AUBE 

TRUE E^*.M_« rTE Al>. TWTA p.T', EvT*!—'" AT *1 LA BIO rwBU.PVRV !•*«■> 

M-JR^^n. - -M -n;tow c.rap. OR . 140 __ 

* - • '• a «• HOI SI'S TO Kfr NT 

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- - - MoriERv a 
?*P> rwi*w Tmuar 


THBKKROrkM Al ITK . ALATi TWO- 
pryrayy nil'** tto Bd.' KV tOI 

FT'LLT ECLE COTTAJAET» RATH 


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a* nan (*R x l«d <u, ,WIX< I IX . >S . rr *x/x/x Ptriyl*' •—#■•• iiwt'tiu »■ 

ar pppm * rR .22 ii. ire t * $55 000 r»l LENT wad* 

; - WBLL-PCHVtBWD OROBft PHITH **•* mntidar.d C Qf>00 


riVlVT E ttOTrJltA M K1EVT4UC 
klwfyan u#*l HI" Yt'ru 


ftl.’IT* HRIJ'OVVTAIN 

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RArHKUin A»:rTK 

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d I(»|B4 a*a Arana Pull to»»m*nl L I'Kir* 

willy d«t**-m •*'#•» IW #•’ Inninwalidl 


COMMERCIALLY- rw,, c ^ K - * 
ZONED I 

rv rt StSTK. r -" k , * 

$11,000 _ 


(to.. r.n#kdar»d $8000 

Pull ark** . __ fwwww 

Call Kan J*n*#w BY I P7P4 


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IU« Rlanatord Ekraat 


I P" M StYTK HV tT A.V 
pupfKtod Hint. 4# Ml KV 


1 RKDMOOM AC ITT UOHT AND •»» 4tly#-.R CREAM W* lpfitn tinllto ft p *py *to man* I 

p*t month mn* ‘ m l Rac» /*nrrk II I^M ITT 

. GREENHOUSE 


s OR J- ROOM BO ITT. AVAIL- ' rr 

nil# Pm i KV 4 2»U trTpjm 


12t F LA T 9 A NO. A TART- )ROOU rvite m auk» t- 
MKNTH T<1 K9.NT— rimai «*il r« 'ainad IP* . Adwll* 
1 SI 1 HMMII l> ">•’ BVHET 

ROOMS RATH RKLP O 


I -ROOM UPPER EUITK EIW.Y ; OABBBMMN MTTK IX «DK 
darn* t<*d Hrit watet IP* Pbao* to **d* 6*p4rt to C- u6 
n • an* taml: amain* an* dim Wtof. 

BTI ™ hr* '.ad B» C*r*C* avaiUhto 

I ROOM RVITE l>» tldO 4- EV MM* 


DUPLEXES 


|IM m >t und.r flat*. APttor 


FULL PRICE 

52,50 M 

■ktiwr • tonHdi— rrftuwaa lum to 
kr*t* m»» tlPRl M H# 1-atu.a i I 

»y*Tta* lha lyrnitti MI ST BAC- 1 
HirtCK rORTDMCK BALE Thla , 

n«y ra mi* i.tatkua m u»U la t * l> ^ 

• Ira* and mat* to R*t k**ir -"Ml | 
hut—au to po time Run ar Mary ' 

/ rua o- KV WRll W CV N CHS | 
X-<tfmaatam paaytfiriat nl Vlrt nr to — 

Ud 

MODERN 
FAIRFIELD 
DUPLEX |t£. r 

T>l* 1# >h* h*tt aw 'h* market If 
mu ara kaakkng for nmritiiRC FT * r * 
fend man ma ihu Twa to* My 
tun** in 'b# hnat rental dtaitiri woytr 

• Clnt# la all rtmaan ar.ra* Aula Pil *•*!' 

haaf n* at* Barb Mill* bn* '-*• 
hadrtMMR* lly.n# yam# kttr.hen and 
hatnrnbm P'111 h. tmn.nl ettfti 
laundry faclUttot ll . 

ACT NOW pain— 


r.ar tn and y*pr ml to* 
will r.ap the Wftaf W P* pur 
rhtati ymt It**** now Or 
IMRC yawl ham# now fa# 
ml# ar •writaap* »«# 

MRS ISABELL 
WELLINGS 

TV » PI 41 ar OH MM * 
n*rtb*ax.ra fttouriitay 
af TkCPflP Ud 


• - - »# rwom arm and fir*Plne# Xw AMtnp _ 

V 1 -7 Q/VT u!L' “^h Or to**# rn try rvawnabl# Pft#T 

$17,900 Zf gJZZg oS^-M.Ti WUBC. 

....... ba.’ drl**-iP t*rap« Mtad# |rm. “ EV »-pip» nt mw 

Vp A R an prppart* amlk in* ttittmt to 

$ 12,200 DUPLEXES 
2 S"Jl ^ °* U ^ " Tid Tod Cond.ti 


SEA VIEWS 
UNSURPASSED 

High Locotion, Neor 


p Top Condition 

JAMES BAY 


Thi* t— I r ■totally.# a#-#Rd Saw* 
Puol't to ••* htorbi tr— BftfHft- 
t**o' BuiiPinpt to #•*• *#il 
Jinn Bay Owner i tnttoi to -ll 

SrJtS"- $10,500 


Bench #fK# $ 1 0.500 

Taw will A# antebtad with lb. 

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talto aftvrwd tn thi* »-abd-n*w FAIKrlcLD 

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$24,500 

$19,000 


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$9750 


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(At BV l-MM OiWlMallr Mpi immedtatr # . n ri/\r\ 

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■Y LftEEft I- ROOM UPPER DUPLEX WOOD BYRON PRICE REALTOR* , harnn-ri! with All Mai oml Mtii'k 

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S| REVENUE 
k| 21% Net 
S3 $12,000 Full Price 


IIIS Rr«Pd ftirrat 
Vlrtaria RC 


GROCERY 


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$10,500 2.^*5? ^hr^Lra-r* 1 ta 


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aarmc. hi — mnai Otl O-Malht 
Lt | CM 751 Canlarbury Rd 


to A I XING rill* I A I# t J LAPOE ^ _ — 1| | nriyma Tib a t .T RIIOUI- 

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BY$0N PRICE 

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AS LOW AS 

$400 CASH 

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NEW 

3 BEDROOMS 


IM ROTORS FOR RALE IM ROTOR* FOR RALE 


Ker 

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Stephenson 


ARTISTIC 
BUNGALOW 
OAK BAY 


PEMBERTON 
HOLMES, Ltd 

#<r*Busuto ukt 

Jflfa oovnunoxy veteui 
3-MILE CIRCLE' 

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P. R. BROWN 

* tana U4 — tat. IMa 
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UPLANDS 
EXCLUSIVE 
THIS HOUSE MUST 
BE SOLD 

wn'ttv tv nor. style M"WK 

4 MKIMIO >M*i AM* IIKH 


B.C. LAND 

& Investment Agency 
Ud 

Oar Nh Yna r la IWal Knasa 

LANSDOWNE PARK 
[CARDIFF PLACE 
NEW 3-BR. BASE 
$5150 DOWN' NHA 

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r*m rf IM ,*»r Hin PUrn in aur 

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TOWN & 
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HOMES LTD. 

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rn./vm_T A LOVELY HOMF agencies limited 

OR nLVVtL ' n\yrv\c njj blaRmakd mar 

REVENUE UNUSUAL SETTING —aaf- SHS, J°*" 

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$2000 DOWN 

| fK»waam la la date an IMa 


IDEAL 

RETIRED 


Brown Bros. 

AGENCIES LIMITED 

im ti ANMutD mnT 


pmattial TBll tin# errl, 
1 «*M«oad • raa* ksait baa r 
Umial (duviat amt tbara 
»'m*d al lakr tali adraina. 


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aiucaa. buuaa- r-V ' »* P*w aiaBad Ut of fruit and *«. atife ball! - la ataafe aut a»o«. 

it attract!.# and rtafe aara.n OO Thoao ] ina aaaa a paao- 

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uraar* ran »•«' tacollaat oondl-.lnn ctoar 1 fcadraajoa UalL lilt*. 


Ra<iMait» 

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CEDAR HILL 
CLOSE IN 

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Jr.r- $ 1 1 .950 Tr ^•'jlrTwr: ; - 539,500 #v ► * 

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T. tira nil |v | |«)t Far It- . * 4U * . . _ KYUUk m dvi4tf LON 

taut Ana » r». D I fOd at C 1 9 AfVl 

Darna Caftuar. roa IV l-toif I '* M *-| UW JUST LISTED* I • l 

Quad mi* araiUBW la I ROYAL OA 

A rr » v/ MM ~ Q »* rt » $2500 DOWN “ ,r * ‘hj* ft 

n Ale RAV t\*>«ll M< VaUah * ORT.ltll •".’"•.."T" 


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*»> ra ad) . bind M map «- Par- With IT •» d an hal 11 It 1* p#r 

•f’cr " $39,500 %BWT%S flTSR' 


iBaal lot tar In* Ba.t NHA 
• 111 Md. M’ per month 

r.‘V $17,950 

a.k for Mr H«i>a ar Mr 


124 900 SANDOWNE ROAD 
uiittCnS 3 BR, OIL HW 


Cau Bill UtdWa IV Mill, 
R#a tVl-ll«| 

FAIRFIELD 

DUPLEX 


nami-d Vr. -all t.»bmi ran^’ij Jj *»• **» cw "7. »<*• 

| In bparatra rowm a Q7AA IV »-11d» 

r w rimemaa *v^ i.SP OUTSTANDING VALUE 
mnernan. w mm LAKE HILL 

rtni v nArrrrnr\Li Mrr * ta 44 atadam »ua 

EARLY POSSESS ON «•'’* *‘ h "»• 

ail 4 a (#4 «o a Ur*, no al* iand- 
CXCLDMVK *<ai-d Ut n an aac. trm N .. a n 


Darna Cornian, raa BY )-»0U 


OAK BAY 
$1500 DOWN 

Raa radar B«(,aato* a*. I* *, 
Itinrk fraat aa Tott mill m ptu.d 

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ia-aa ».'.«*•»! B.-a* rpO*a. 

U«va ratt-alac kixbae *>tb dlout* 
and u.tilltp .par*, aaa iu tao 
ar«- on. Bad.com.. 

Fapayaat* alii ha trra r.*»d <a Vpt , 


JUST LISTED! 
$2500 DOWN 
3-BRS SPACE FOR 4TH 


IG— LOW— 
LIVELY 


LOVELY 

ROYAL OAK AVK. Yjh Mil ad 


»»r* uua tin# rant-Balpla 1 imdruun lull *ith u*m Idrrh panaUI 
Knta Built km IBa iMvavnl 1 -attar rtnua lit tit* rman wtlh ( 
WHB IB* Ural of malarial a a<-! flna.l (ami Ip dtiwna 1 nen rlMCi 


ATTRACTIVE 

5-ROOM 

BUNGALOW 


••jrkmanalitp iMrju«M<«i I'arMrunm 


CaMlt 4RBit ruan gieatnaw 

iaH bil. hrn wtlh aia alra. »ir»l 

jM> aaal. Hmiad v* ai.tma 


K>a Bturaava tV 1 TIT*. 
R*« OR MMI 

OAK BAY 


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MT. TOLMIE 


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tl.ll grua 


T# .Ira B| appmoidtaai uni* call 
rv tlui rqr Darn. Cuts Id), rat 

RV 1-Tula •* Barnard *M« lr> 

tv 3-t-H 


raftd»d - m DEAN HEIGHTS 
$10,500 Rntart l-Badrm bi.n.aiu* uol* 1 

»«ar* did I aMUraalba all JpHa 
. . " Fait Ba.rmant aa< •uoaiu au Krat- 

CtHtHd). rrr ka< Vw , , t . c %i 

$13 975 

• a..m« larata If r»*«l»t< 

I r* r~ T» tn.pr. • ptaam pBaor Ml Dap- 

J( h I bln *Vk-»tll .r lYIRM 


BALANCE a-wacsFua - 

LOWER THAN 4-BEDROOM 


Tan !■ t vnAinaat 
Cl • «Ot. raa KJiy aij 

726 GLAD I OLA 
3 BEDROOMS 
$1500 DOWN 

Full Price Only $6700 

TR/4 ATI m* Bl HO ALOW UBTtllA 
A ,1X11 Lit WITH rV. Al TO C<WlL 
m>KKJI HKATIxr, A !a<VM> t.AK- 


U*-dm narnpua na rai I.KMa *a4 « aa t - ‘ 'i RFDROOA/^ 

t - OI mlB (Ma place aMadu* and "ATKR OIL HKATDff. Iraaamaap hr-.aa aath Full mil Ba*a, j J ULL/IxL/vJlVI J 

•UrS-M rSa m^Maa Far , ** *? T*** “ M * '* - 

' fc^ iiai gria ^ ~ ^ 

Err s i a, 500 1 SaSsWf srs.^r-s"^*^ 


laribar pu’iodui iml’tiu*. marc a 
•• HW Uraar i all )-. «• WaBat 
EV 1 14J1 ur raa tV 1MB 

A PLEASING 
PROPOSITION 


”•» $1 9.9001 2S: ns 

vuli I«a latma ta irroanuara 


Ta . tar eai. Mr CUarp, k«t tian TBara la a rttaari HaiK-vp 
r\ « ivta drir#Bap an* a Uadarapad *an*ni 

OUTSTANDING VALUE l&mmSm?' 

’ LAKE HILL SL $23,850 

Hera la aa altrartiaa mrdam Bua Fleam au far Mr U.w< 

aaion nltlt Ilia apartniu roonu. tvat IV J aaa* Dara tv 1-47TI 
aii^atad an a In.- oiraip land- aaiCnDri 

fumd Ut n an rwr.Mu a. (l t VjLANrUKL/ 

Barnaad an a auiel atraal. t lm, - 

Ut trantpartatloN Fraturar .a t 2 YEARS OLD 

riuda raramla IMa BaMa In Brin- a J ardrnam hum. tlelna 

r Beared halt# «l>h anlianja (|h — 

daar la dtaio* rwam baaiixier 1 ! *' h ^ ^**"' *‘ J 1 

firauUaea Im la»*r llT ju* r-.ot a.td V** 4 ,,-^atl-e Jl * 1 ! 
lar*. fututmd pUauiBdi rara H Taa Down an <9950 
Ml ruD BUB baa ... 

$ . , -p C « u«» tU<trt« kilt Den »m> .Xtarl Cm* Tear*# tv 1- ITT J, 

I 1,750 ,mr aatamatto rt) an- air heal. *Y >-4«*l 

- ~ • a 1 °Tj , c 7 c n n Du PLEX 

■^T^eire ? o.; -7 MODERN STUCCO 

n 1 TIT* Re. «v 4-daai ‘ TDtAL MQL1MAI T LOCATIOM 

FAMI LY HOME ! SS. S!f VT.®. 

Aid rv ...J r . 1 ruoma and BacBramn Rental Idl. 1 

OI4 uunedin br. Oil O-MBIU Boa-air pa* antt Full 

Older Mr.o in prmd raadlltne, ma Mement pnlla A if trip homo 
ten ten i la doastuan Ut »nh plaa re.eaua Tarma to km erranaed 
rv DR 1 Badraat-ia. kitchen aad full <15 750 


Xrvr ba. In* | 

Victor ta 4 1 C TCA 

Batenaakla trrua JU,' Jw 
Ta ti*a CBi! W. P Oamn*. | 
rv I mi Re« iva aaai 


pan**' an , • 1 p, . t-r, :» Jl JV 

Bawattat. (naper pipm* coal far - 1 M' II. II m Mr Faaree IV I ITIlj 
Bara. Ila hr a Una raitport Inti Ret vV I-TIM ae tV 1-4411 

$1500 down 

'.“‘’-..rT:-* : IMMEDIATE 

.T”i, 1 POSSESSION 

on A Kir. Kirvil |TB til* neil-UeaUd l-hedumta 

BRAND KEW Iitucta BuaiaUa aith fuU ht®t. 

cm it i rwn b44 * *• ** ,w ’• 

SPLIT LEVEL iraa^rtar,.. <8500 

3 BEDROOMS \St m r'd.. #* 

#owt acumen locatm* “ f ?‘ n r ?.*L\ im 4,fte * 

UtHOI UIT »VrX« ' L . . . 

OuM auad M.tna rtmo. al.« lira- $1500 DOWN 

Blare and «atM eaaee AUrarr.ee 

k Unban alUi aUtnlem .lea* .,rtk B ROOMS 

££a -‘^TTfed J.eu" *U-*l* , n M*T»Bn TO TOW* 

m % fTar.. Put- f" 

jamuen. M, he., 4r1aa to «.«*• ^ V.e .^^rtT: a.d ^.h'- 

$13,500 I >MI* Bedroaana «» 

rl>/ Urt a. .im.. rv i tn. *■“ •*•“' ntO* dnea-m 

CaU Mra mmmmtfm RV )-Tna *a»a«*. Idea. re»a«ue II. Md 

■ VI * 4 * 4 OrvuM and baWnra at tan per 

C ,T Y $9500 

Smu ar Mr laan. .tea. 

I4IJ# r *>4 VM. r ■k||,| aftttvm ■ 1_TIL 

M ^uid^iEJSj THERE ARE 

-Bar:rr jz\ many houses’ 

fora era. teal and aaad drtae ut Rat fer Real Hornet 1 La* «• 
|ana«* Iu *•-*• Md a apt aBav pen ibla airepttaaallp n«II- 
aenaaiia hauea Ma«r aU acdraU. daaif»ed bana rltB rtert tabtara 


to Ba >r ran re* 

$15,750 


TaT $ I 8 500 E*''****' '• • wurt la tea buh^m’r^“IIa..i 44f# h** 1 **- 

‘'*7vmU$ an.’ 'tine ••’M'* Dbrnan Rl Bah. - RV 1 W. ** *“ V* ‘V “ $•»- •'*•«$ ^ $7950 

ki a. It r- kau it> Rea TV I I V* | $11,950 »‘-Ual.t |j,tln*. 


ten mile point 

TBia ladani NUMtlme ha. 


_ _ _ T* a adan taaa«»lor ha* rbara^ 

1 *• * he pare, at ea. ain't I he frw-at I ler. ilia ea*e^.r l« fin..*** >a 

taana tar U».r oarv Una ta na«wal radar MdlM. ami .a alla- 
la tea' A total, pannelml loin* a'ed tat a *rerd UL T*U HMart<v 


WITH A«*2RTiri>PKiUT r-.en »,th firri^ ..a lamer Bedrma pun ta earrtlrW are* awrtltord 
" CTI 4*0 UW TAXI.’ T.F ami a toirto *>•• nrd »tt* i«d tai f« in an imnu-n . e ,-aaJ,thrt 
r*M 1 *• * CUtoR Vl> ICMrWfA. tod aran TM ewva ta >.gH and (aw at a V ea>r«iw« ha. I larva 


FLASH 
6 ROOMS 


ran < l 1 i 

| price able r 

R F Hart ia CV 
**ae OR : *ap« 


/TR, KTC (T 1% AN EX- 


RENT 


NHA 


Baa a (Mdhdd pn» with nraplare lit n. raw dt.un* 
and aim. *he rarpe* a minder « rv««iu at -wk Rm« 


CENTRAL CITY 

l*|Wr\ A . 


FAMILY HOME 
HIGH-TREES 


Fee. pan ran n •* a aeauttfut 
4hree.hr . imdl Kama mat ta - aut 

h- • tta 

lliUkDUla OF vmH t««B* 
Fa VllOtT n*. a, ,1 **• tnp *-* > t 
• 

ha. a a* twr Htp ea l t*e art, eno 

lar*mt hiu.ni * aettUa a.attable 

Ted* tor. a .It he Btadl It 
Vick Cry roatn hiytipv m h*. 
Rea.e and Bean HI. the M eh pat 
rhatee nVVWnm ae Seta ne 
Ut- •' »eto. ,d> at tola In the 
> * m. r Ynmi m 

rat petr. af rtleae BOtoae Uirtnd 
lb* *art hbd plkn nib* tel.lre fall 
a- ItlMw , 

Fbr latl parltrala'i phene lot - 
BftlRWOOD nan at tV » all 


ESQUIMALT 

EXCLUSIVE 

Wa at# fnrtttna'e is aaranaf *h, 
llai.a* ih panala r Ka«<n,all Ina 


$44,850 


I »• • i< 


EXCLUSIVE 
OAK BAY 

BORDER 

■ mo«* larfe |t ,< '* 

beta 4,>a* aarwea*. 

$8500 

LAKE HILL 


r* . 'n.m — — w AOCA .»invji..riv,t*Yi rrr t tojRivm • i»*nbi« j , 

A.B v ^ $12,600 OF SEA, GULF ISLANDS 3Rg ^So“: T T-a ESI* 

X t lank CVA-Ut IVMK 4127 BIRTLES AVE. AND MOUNTAINS 

C*> ard rwiiad, data Buna tw* I ***!? ft* nena d a i Pa*Ma d >, nM , ,, reel Wa tan .Met thi. 

$2700 DOWN «■*--»• U t re -to# a wbaa. *° * l <# #<» » >1 a a«u <7Q7*n 

'‘ ,uy ^ do-He ! Itodrmrt.e men. k- I ItoTWa wtBd e wa M Qua Mriadtof. >/Y/j 

HIGH QUADRA AREA 23 a* 1\ •rTeaf^dP Waad'* 1 luAUbe Owtan Mr. Lead ton tV t-ITtt. 


ran tv * TX4 


| am.tr tr .abtan kitrhm with hraak 


Raa tVl-lttl 

NHA 

OWNER 


: $1977 DOWN 
NEW NHA 

THREE BEDROOMS 

C«a plat ton hr Jan. M '.Md Raaa- 
| Lf'tUr tin i .had uirevcB-hall plan. 

Fail Itwat au I eai Dr lee -l a 
[ *»f a*e etna* lei rlkeai *ad aaa 
i On mwer. Puk'ianr tag future. 


« IlldaY Ft lee -9 • * -Jv 
*»• lu.l.a tJatin*. 

Mr Ooealr CV I Till. 

Raa tV I IM 

BRAND NEW 
SPLIT LEVEL 
3 BEDROOMS 

rr. •Ri/Lt'Dtn LOCATION 

IAHOI IOT 

l-aiaad Uria# iw a with fira-, 
t and dminv taae* Attrnrr.ee 
ten BUA aUtnieae aleal amk, 
wahaaanr laMndr. A tea 
i -.p ta 1 Badr«aa». add 4-diera 
titk .aRiraa fur arid Fart-, 
went dh beat dr'.e In |<’M« 

$13,500 

U Mra Aa.adrd tv J-T114. 


W# at. (minnate is Mmi«| >kt» DISTRICT 

Nana* tb popaiar fcdn,mau tow- ltnt- fr %v ., bixh* aiiti full h **. 
laa area TAXIS ONLY HU f>»e» 1 add aa 4t *r-.«i»d 

Onto te e-hr.1. aaa ibeppi' * v tnsmdea IT.rae kwirw.tol 

Tliia IM full hafemee, Bnaia L*e*a .ten* iwa d.nib* (w,w 


LOOKING 


$9650 DOUBLE LOT 


a M rwa with ftrapiara iaron*h 
I plan at tli pfaatp af up- 


TATTERSALL 

APT A 

$3500 DOWN 


aooaaita line M««r «u Kbeolr wupitd baaa aith nm fnatara 
thuaai.a Lumi , Planned far rtoaian aad haaop 

Mr Renaatt, RV J-TIl* ll.m* RairhUn* httrk aal •■14a* 

ar *vee RV 1 ilia aaD -tan data pad lot top tor at) an: 

ROCKLAND AREA I 

Thie Baaaa Bar eeemhln* pnai .ratoac llrin* rnaa 14*11 aim 
eavid a’d. tar i-> »• f'replarr tape 

Mahavanr panaOM halt, ponder n*r«t .ieed dinir* maw modem 
r-e»w pen aith Urea. are altrar- kilrhen 1 nlre eurd hadrnama 
u.e uit&i ra duuw na toee(y '11*11 Hall. IdelJ, ALL OH OBrS 
!iw*n, aitb OR dttot-wdi.r end IUK* Fall batemeat Amu la 
wpeeni ana rm. larva aadrm aiM attached ■a*a«a W* are praad ta 
hainrta mtt Tva hadrm. tai Bata- thtra thla anp < I C OOTI 

na aa Verp bird IMt ta ihd Bara tlw# for * ' 9 t w\J\J 

On Sal aaaa rata (ara«a Ui.eip Call An Rune W WJT1; 
far dm Barber as (-1/ tArt R»* CV l-Mlt 


$15,900 


OU hawt. Me. au (area* Lei.. 1 *) 

$26,500 


tV « 4«ed ar IV I JIM aa.tlme nr (VTRGE V I F W HOM E prv ^* ft** »l MB ta It M 
MCRRAT DUIW. IY Hill nap- VIEW nU'»lL tT-ataea* eaadtei.i-a la aa Vr 


COMF1 CTRL Y RSDCl yIRATSD ,0m WT ** f 14 * M 1 

tMMfXltkrt FO.SW10H m » „ 44Ut ^ 

C-. - a ». t mi 

Itfgl Mra of Uw O.r*. Main fiber . 

ha. auimnre toll, imto* LR 1 (IX O/V) 

•r« FF dtata* pm Uirh.a. ( J I ft oUU 

aiillir r aa wait. d*d 1 gw __ 

atUwenn Bar rad fVvii h*. 1 DRT fOWTIL’L TWO IIDlOnH 

hdrai and 1 ore bathrn Fb.l aa- HOMI IN OAR UT aa a «awa 1 
want aaaeaiea'. I wwa. ant. in .ireet Large k.u* uwa with 
I. u. Net deter at heat Ctoaa Hr ep i a ea. mparata dir.a* room 
ta dhwli a*^*a aad raa.port* g^d .ued bllalMR (all baaawaai 

Uaa tBU NK. Ml toi«* IbILA aura panel lad me Pnwia 

S I A C/V) l*«** «•* *•• «Hh Ulr pond. Itoa- 

I 4,JW | erin* Mat aad pluw ireaa, r aaa 

T* »!»• rail Mr Lraew at !*•«• *“* peieoatol Bardee Bee 
tv \ **U at OR 4-Bka* nrata luahaa *ardaa Dosondv 

; RJRKFATR1CK RV a 111 * Raa 
r\AV DAV Raatia* M-Jt 


NEW 2 BR 
ONLY $6900 

T»« N ta ■ »t a h . pnea M ttos 

P han h dorr-, m. Baq w. 

alt tlta* real n'-w* Iditoa 
|i lie* rrevn . . >1 «rk lab t>>d 
ft 'tot rim. re uevr-e' C-aenenl di » 
fa rmnmn. oat mtmk '• era me and 
hue A r« aw, 'M» .» • wa* to* 
Rhnaa Ua.4 fr-.Kir IV l.'i-i ar 
fan RV 1 4604 wuina 

ESQUIMALT 

Near Gorge Park 
$13,750 Full Price 

F*>* lea. than I? ae does in. tol- 
tour lat %a ran Itid ttoie »-a-.t«Iil 
nee I >ea e* ft. )- u wlme , tore 
• *t*l DU pa»toe*j'. to a ihaa rant 
Nti* a Hart Me aa# ae to at 
aa.io* Call wa far lull aetatl# 
JACK MkCKkT. KV 1-leM. 

Ret rv |-Wt4 

SECLUSION 

HIGH QUADRA 


Waadier. KV a-tll4 Rea 
BY 4-MI* 


$16,800 


I a ' TV LL FRirt $8150 »• C gvY«iM IU * V *’ 

w iTato r- LOW DOWN PAYT 

CLOSE IN 


LAKE HILL 


ftoli |* r Btaaataaav 

nrm* on* Ain okym rAHnncn rav CLOSE TO 

TRAMrERRRD TO OTTAWA UAUbUKU BAY __ 

I W».|M (tot Baanwnd dn.ne* Bwe.Wm wader e B awe at a «ulM K)UL BAY RD. 

hw tom* rtonpua -iwa IW,;*.. wtaiup Ctaea aafe ax aaa '« . PCPiDAAliC 

Thto Vidal *T jr to-r-r tw. J J3» e) K FHAAK NOAM SCHOOL. U'|. * DcUKVjUMb 

am* fra' era. mart evrna »» • aa Uhtod mew alUi I trap to, e. duuu* r -I ,, rv i 

°*ej**-e rail w LH. r«ow J Bedreewe Oaa r„«rt F OTPlIy Home Of Duple* 
maJntawr k -rr-n 'ih»wu damutt thronahaat *#.,-#». a." apuatst- r -aw ton 

■net to nk_rwomd lM»mw» Ml'WWS m Ulthen kat-matje „1 her ~ fSwtS 

yTr- w A •SST . :jl v~ u * $15475 ^ CJS? 

^-Vr, to . .Vid ^ *«'• -Rl eato.bw.-w* T>d inn.* 

' *“** ’*• ** *' " ■ * F.MBee part.ea.are p.eae* rail mt it,* k-vje « Mtoee. tiw M m 

<15 950 * RV 1 Til* Rea (to<"M The liur* new, la IKl* 

Frve »'U» a JlJTJU ORT-ttoT rtl n tweynm d.ion* mew. |M) T r 

J. % Raima* *m RV MM “ an, rrr, w. . « - „ 

Rithet lisr 1 in- 


close to 

FOUL BAY RD. 

4 BEDROOMS 
Fomily Homo or Duplex 


. -'F uedl 
There a a 


$14,500 

T» ilia rail Mr lantern* 
rv \ tail a* OR * data 

OAK BAY 


‘ £'S~ Tl 3/900 SI *$13 600 INVESTMENT CO. 

SNAP v — LTD - 


1 hedrw iMdkd ta aetoel area nllh CLOSE IN 

tau raw eai aawr.tl in- .d.r-e 

****** r«°*» * B» Beth and aU $7500 FULL PRICE 

I, net lertir leMea aeetip wdln- 

t.,n,* A eatotl raw pact l.a.eiae torn led 

p .,,1 ae-.-a .uh .... tr,.. *• lft * 49 r ton re tea Br- 

ru d* -r* -lua ftol term a. , M t9mm #|4j| (va 

* i / QAA Bndraam* leenpiw. Mikfwaa 

J I 0,0 vU “'A ki't&ea a* llllp maw ael 

te>ara'a **•.*• Thid haem aa. 

J n f-rt rv l-)dil l l Wacaer bw le im Igtr. rtoa aa 

FANTASTIC! r V.“! , s . 7 .^° 

re. OR a- 11*1 n» 

a MDROOMB AJtO BCTTK 

aikuNiFiccNT ut vivw DOUBLE PLUMBING 

n>rtN|h *dta*tto«ell? rtoter pi*n 

\S?7J!SR^rZL «is; PR,C£ reduced 

S2TW&.rfK& ~ BEACH DRIVE 

•tHI4i. deb with flreple-e dinlrtd _ 


f 1 / QAA hedraam. faiar*p< 

2) | O OUU tor*e ii'iMt an 

* aeaara*a .# •*• 

n F-ra r. 1 5*1 * L Wacaer hue te (he * 

•h"»t>t*d. 

FANTASTIC! r -~ , . » 


4 ROOM BUNO ALOW 
rvli. BABKMBNT 
LOW Tl» 
t bit TMUtd 
RAWMBirr OARAOR 
MOTT BR ROU> 

FKfTR _ $5000 

Fteaea phnne B R Hum RV l-IO* 
IU. RV l-Bdl* 


DALBY & CO 

RRAi. RBTATR AMO HeRI'AftlWW 
1*1* BLAVRKARtl RV 1-BMi 

TRIPLEX 


THE B C. LAND 

• nrvwrruMcr Aoonrr am 

•11 .kaeeraweat Bt BV4-4JI1 

• KING REALTY 

B* Tarraw B-i*. RV 1 JUJ 

IT'S HARD TO BUY 
A SEA- VIEW HOME 
•WITH ONLY 
$1800 DOWN 

We can after lit eg ft a* tr* 


STUCCO BUNGALOW 

IdV IBW BunwaWrn. phit ] naiueed 

■ •■»*# being ran® wirh met rna , 
atom. remhr-*e twlhmum j \* <td 
•todi.es. iri-dn l>»« n-de *nl 
tort and auvaa. Tama trraw-ti I 

itL $8650 

fwid Reedd 

RVJTTM. rm, KV 3 sell 


iu rrmr rr 


_ r .\ l , < ^T9 R . 1 ^ , J ROCKLAND AREA 

REALTY LTD. - SSLiTw' SSy.K sea view 


Consolidated 

Ltd. 

tat in Ydd Fart Bt 

* JAMES BAY 

Y-rw wwi-Atmcaida ha* throueh 

hall ll.. a* reww flmplare larva 


iBB* enaur oei fwaaaM boh. HM-air 
i baa* Ifa me H tew eanuwl 
hnwe Baa tot eahwaniwtU* lidawf 

Z2Z.\. $10,750 

4 Caatort L V. KO IAI VDKJU Run- 
date «r »»**.»*» XorUneeMarB 
lat writ Md <M Vtrama U4. RV Vdtu 
dr KV * MM 


ALSO 


till Oanflaa R-reet 


ESQUIMALT E “$6950 

SOUTHERN EXPOSURE tv « *rw U * tUt mm 


T J r * to ' ' ,wvv 

D* an PettoeBI . - If to* 

Tn »)e* ral! (Wilw- M.nle" 

OR •- J'.R. P«* ere#'. 

RV ' It? Jar* refoa tV t 17M 


L.&S. 

STOP, LOOK 

AND SEE 
LAKE HILL 
Speciol — • — 

Quiet Location 
No Thru Traffic 
H*gh and Dry 
On Sewer 


tumncwT iu mw DOUBLE PLUMBING “*•* ""TT't.JrL . 1'^.^' 

eh rtteption eilp ,l»t*r pleo mmhmr. um- erne HUM Inw J pd* -a* Iwaatmew. , — r.,., , n 

lue three rear eld tow- Ban- pp|f*f RFrjIjrpA J**** 1 ' .* thraa-rw** aa wain rmiw '•-mt- KiniLTMT- 

praeidee the wet awarna KtUUvtLf 1mm- * ier|« tmmmt p *1} eeU MIVTIt a* RthT iMMlUa.AlK 

. r. i w adt h dhta Oa nriru ADIl/C r n w ttoa ea end aemara,. entraoea hMUBuK - , _ 

near there te e Hera* raa DCAL-M UKIVt •* ftoto ran On* Wet f let FanAefe.rw $17,500 

• d.a a rt.niru ato>h f COO^A m. *!/ ,<>W 

(be edU'-tow. aia.l«rp«em ThU Mrt»'i»-lL veil *uUI 1 „ J““JU v ' r ***+ tot* CV 1 dWQ 

■ «e'*al>tfal ean a eel and *-hw»ran« haw* he* inralv . MUl M I 

ri,r...-?ua,rsi | $1000 down 

r-,;.-: rr.;M CJZXI rooming house «■», .. tou, w ., r .„ 

far wether end aaa -alea wL'ICK FUHVBMlOh ITRM 5 Threa Bbake (mw «Jtr rea*r# n»an toe Ida dad awl atth new 

e aunderfal ee tie#* ie»- >) om ca.IM 41M oar wnnth f. aahJl .•ninit. Idlf furnithed ait •• *»>*lt» n>mnmn»i 

1 M I. .. lltlRf maw •Uh 'n.-re-t » IO Crtrt '• *» •ewOU^e Mart toa#nia fare Ih.. I latma lw®a 

’• rto® r „|, t 5 18.500 toe ■ • lew »•*.. J mnwed LT.r**5^JT € JLAAA 

oerJaae M-nva i r aalfe (Btexw *1 BBd all Han*)* RA*Y TRKMA ... . wOUUO 

* - */ 1 ‘ • - f - ■’ ' V p * r ' .*.► C%lTT F'e.er. BY t etrtl Ito Ui.itol lYluil 


SWINERTONS 


O* RROVOHT0M BT tV I 11*1 


Bread »#w l-l#4raw Bame 

•Am wet an tine eW'd aaaa 

lean and firm. Itoff* 1 » 


bear wan i bat *» lurnarn drt.#- SEA VIEW 

la (Bra«* (aad Outran] taaf Claw _ . . 

to baa etorae eehaaL ere ami ™o*4 I* «* of VVturtt a ed- 
d*rt U ea* *«et tei # wantk iu»J»* •«««.*» *e *fr*r • < 
to A OCA we 'Art rttota-vm of pc«w*n.. 

prle# 56V 50 t »le.l 'to a let er-JW rh* X -ejr-td 

JOB UltiAI. are *«tl didvtped and with an 

KV M4V KY t tom wtreelrelnd •** tint. Tteea w S 

•*d* 'Vtd» IwO inrr# ur 1« I 
me fl.em ■ iitinc maai and AMuiw 
rtom Tha n*«c ram w wrj larv*. 


rww. flreatdea to* ta*t. p.a MO STEPS $2000 °T$ , * 4r> - 4tBRt« lama Wall. 

earn panerawu Meat af toe ead r hn - * CB WB.W 

■e«n l eiae Uractooe duvto* maw DOWN T**!" 41 " •“dm®* RKB larar new- 

Bl’-D 'en ae. k thelierau and fee r. .. IRU I'ttotnui three a 


fr Sneed tV 1 »«U en.t.a 

UPLANDS’ 

WHY BE 
CRAMPED? 


*d at»h a all- Far fir her particular* and 
d-)l CAA CW" 1 * "*•*' la "m plan.* ,*l, 
to J I D J'J HtPRUR.V rv * *15*. rae BY J 


Urn Uauaarg. BY I Wld 


OAK BAY | $1200 down 

Tea be.to* hurrt far tArt ea# -] CkdAII fmioirn 

* r- e», 1 betlrwt * Mw to# SMALL RANCHER 

11 ft* daao, * | n IftA Ih, eiruean u.e ... 


kr* f*« a uma| row had r#*r rairtrirtm 

Bedmawe* Thla d rUdlld aitr* FAIRFIELD 

waiter*, how# '• Ideal far the . »_. r , . 


HICKS 

REALTY LTD. 

lilt Uatifiee Biree. KY l-*|*x 
Opp BwdtaB'd Be* K ere 


taA'SkT* $ 12.650 

Mr. Media n4. KY I TUI KYlWd' 

$2000 DOWN 
VIEW ROYAL 

A new fw«ae ureter warairar* m pm* 

- |e*r* } mm r +a. and deal •HI* tha 
ettotrarto I uadmie « ur# Few t 


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CITY 


in Ouir i »r. ri 

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$ , , 500 arM $ 1 3,500 

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$9950 


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f I « »*-• <*e*l ellh awaOtof < | . 

Cut #••* a Kb pr ta aeeewent r ° JB»»*an B\ J It 
/ A',*# •*', h*#« I r*, carac* Tat n rtv , , , . . . 

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I 4-nr IMla Vu« am n* '.npr,.*#-! . * mr, .to a to. M III 

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l fto !Ze rbhwTr Til imTbmmi. 4 r * •• 44 ■ r4 r , 144 '* " 

• I JTI ----- . ' d*eu a« ei-e J Bee raw thru k«U 

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ar. c ..» J 4 J.VAM n,„n.,| r r - 

tn- .din* ee'ra ta ,#*U 1# te,-,.. r „.i mi.. <1 ” 


A in. art 1-rr -aid Ban* ae air# aue^waur mmmi 

toruat Bear *** i erf. JJt g ' timmn U*c-<#to M 
aedrwe. Bell pi. on.* kit alt* •»•«•»>*• HI par wa*R 
diatna are* tcira lar** xe-leh ^d** J-JIU Call 

•llh fruit tree* *>ul prim 44 * Orlffub* 

. $ 12,000 

P O Jarkmn Bl J Hat tap- XA/LJ/^l TV , 


Thu pmaertr I* oh If j rear* *4 peinaw Aakind $9450 

M#e I twdmaw. LR lar«* ar«h( 

kuabed fall hew i dr-ir garm* I KdUker* me RV IBIS 

Ml e'jUaiUt bant herdwaad 

flaaee tfirroRiev U 1*0 daaa f A IDCICI D 


SPECIAL 

WALK RIGHT INTO 


maw • itn tUcaan-uind firaai*,* 

L .he (»d featllt-uief dioine rae. . 
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Bar. 4 p* *«>h eaoitr aad la<t af 
elaeele he.en.ent CM) let! ead ! 
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Far fall datalla pbaa* V« «'.i-,w 
KY 1*141 ar ***a<!**e OB Y TtYK I 


mi a*wi ar m care*# wwmi. _ a !✓ P» A \ / 

F AIRFIELD* WALK RIGHT INTO OAK BAY 
S^VSIVi"cm ■ umd *mrw4 nuaxaia-. thm h*n. ir *S! TRANSFERRED 

araa. Vuu **nl*4 W haeatnart aitl ^ $5950 Mtr« fia.ebM Mw i»T!w* «d 

WHO EVER £ * £^*%P \sac? rsSsifett 

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nCAKU Gntof# IVkaaan. nta RV IS44B n * r»/~ . .. . *"• Matum eerder aad tm. rd 


LOOK* 
REVENUE HOME 
BEACH, PARK 
ONLY $3000 DOWN 

lama LR net OR with FT fee 


$2750 DOWN 

THREE 
BEDROOMS 
OIL HEAT 

. Bl-ieaa hardanad near* thraafb. 
,mtl Uamg 'flaw an* fuaplbr*. 
C*r ne. eier-ri k kllrhab 4 te a 
bathroaw F-)ll hi*h Bat* Blent 
Oflre lb *•'•(• Oaad le.al tak 
•itia* Brand aaa read* t* war* 

mSvrm ■ $1 1.950- 

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huh l torn* . $ 12 600 

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ta# ki, OOl4 b*** tee* *Mraf- . . 1 

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4 ■KJWtOO'f WH1TI -MDIVO Mr " "•r'*». BY » 1*11. BV 4-4M* 
RITYOAIdlW r*W»l!> dtain* me® 

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zsa :: r - ker & stephenson 

S-tTi. $M ( 800 LTD 

aich »* ldd 4«ti* Rear PT*w#n*t Mawner MuHtp * Littln# Bareev 


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terr... m,l Of. $15,600 WitmoWAl.T W*U-Rt'U-T 

rtltta Oreeta. BV l ild* »rTH RRAtfTTFVL UV- 

anritwe ««0 ROOM THROUOM ft All 1 

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•alh vell-la-aalt rnrurte ar-m RARRUtoWT AUTO OO. IIRAT 
C? 1 ?- <nO<A 9?DL B * OARAOR BUR AT 


1 Bus* IR h*eal4ful rtlAJOrr imUTY ROOM. RRM 
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CAPITAL CITY 
REALTY 


BARGAIN 
$1500 DOWN 


Dtnibk nea aad L rnaa » bar# 
pfrtnr# aindna* end bailt-w h*,.«- 
'• Mature cardan aad ten- ml I 

$17,650 

Bde c n*rt. rv 1 * 14 * a* 
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UntT RJUUU UUWIN era. t* i-VUi 

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,JI ‘-rvxe.eto *nd ne-’iw #r 1 b»-l me- r- t,- HIGH QUADRA 

truer* ranrhpr af I raam*' «hen phie i-ranw earte rent tab In a cal at Inrattan *|th a ****!• 
*i«nth 0 0 14 beat 'lamer Onad earludad Mil* thw eiiradttnd 

ST $ 1 5,350 ».u- “• 

e^r M n.n $13,500 

Flmm a»« far Mrr.r? 11 »— . 
*V I 1**1 erea. KYt-lD* 

j^, n JOHN GREENWOOD 

! !*y. mi Bread Blr*a< 


WC feRN iM-IMfiom* 

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Oarateranl Bl 


,Y $1500 down .drive sy packa^f 

oeeiand Rehnai , 0 d B*a y f»aanRA IMMED POSSESSION 1 550 BROOKE ■ fNv-. ix/\v3 1 

bat thraaah hall kr.,n, mint ' ,/r CU _ fADtUAKl K I A 

....... 'to-h **1h n,#plar* leraa wadarn- 04 ft 1 * •••L rlear-MUd. I mew J I V I L-AKMAN fSJMA 

BV 4 Idll wed aaai„#l titehaa aired far 4 »»iWbK. Fl,UR cb atm' Fleam da Bat dtetarb 'he eaiter* 

mnd*. ataetrlc run ..ter a«u> t* 4 2" , "«ft* *»r»b »1 lid » t# C*U o# up far infaraeatian aural Her. if Ia aaathar af M Aik 
pi -imblai. fall haeement aith h.i- *6'I4J Thla I* a eaelitr h~n*. *>lbvr ml lb»«* Ineelr k«neel»at xrlirtle# akrtue nl... Viea im 


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BV 1*1 11. ra* KV 1-daen 

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ISl w l *4* ea ft full h>rr. ell 

h *ri u „z r n si 6,500 

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TA ACRES 
With 2-Yeor-Old 
HOUSE 


RBnr. $8950 

Mr* M«X*«*e tV l-lld* 
tar' late 

OAK BAY 

Da reu knew that m ran h-ip 
a «.rw h#m# aith -a-uU Ut end 
OR alii. FT ran ttt 1 Mim 


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TIOV WITH rtOOO VTBW CXXM) ; 4 * r faroaea and eapnrata |*re*e f * 

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TWO 

EXCLUSIVES 
DRIVE BY 
1550 BROOKE 
3191 CARMAN 


PACKAGE 

NHA 


I Thla I* * etteUty hnma, af Iheea tovelp kan«#l»at ecrUtlea pkrtac# plane Vie* |at 

ft 4 ft 4 ?‘ , 44< ’. «th., **em* an orendtiaa Baadltiabrr W| 

dmurktdd lento and <w< ev 1 LAvtlinjIl re- a daeunad an a«’.te«4ini 

feared farden mil ^ , u " KV 4 k»17 | }on ,, h n heat* far Una pa> 

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l»R ulih FT rei. kl< 1 •Wdmve VIAAm CAIA. B CARTWR laRT. 
4 m* •»# 1 h. UU Ite.emen' OdU AT IV 1-KT4I XNVTIMK 
dr-in reraew an Lan.daana xaBTtWmx xrtmrmi 
•'rtto m . -y OCA nr VICTORIA LTfl 


KARR CAU. B CARTWR lOlTT, - If* twdrme up _ »"• dl KV »-dT4l. re. I 

r tv 4-KT4I AVVTIMK rmmmmt bauunent atih leund rj *V 2 atlt aa tbit atclaiirr FtiU 

lotmfWRRrBRh •nifUTiRB gyL?* 4 !**? »***<*• mmmf \ bticb to 70c a 

nr VICTORIA LTD **** M* 44 Ttoel ftuwthly enir S7950 

' KlTrTm * <R4 50 N,,, ft 444 ft»h RFmr.Ua* af VtCIMlR 

NEWSTEAD 


Fhon# IM* C Clark KV I dlll 
Wr Kve» tv 5-CSM 


In, .Pd tpoe F.'rttr k'.uly nine e,d #• je.»v 
Kfl eadb, Ret !»•«»• J 14 * "ml a taqw »•''"* ' 

I hnl rw R m TVi Mitt 

fianrv>« I tc*i* 1*1 Im «f# 


S 1 7,950 - T,r ™ ,A U7T> — tr?' — iSISk 

W''h unit Made <f-,wn» * iril/rTr A f~\ 4,|r * - ^ 

n.'i Rr,.n> tv I*ld4 antt'm* Nr W\ I r Al J I»ik OBler. ]t>«tot KVIKO* 

BRAND NEW, VACANT, 'VCYVO I CAU 
SUL.' "jgl ^.j*' IU rr. »MII1 LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

r.'Uir STS"? 0AI < bay duplex family or revenue 

4) Ml* dean to i rt CAA ^-! 1 ". ft ***-*«». *»»*»•*» ft-rv«#_ Tnm wn'iurwito m 


MODERN 

RANCHER 


$8650 McCANDLESS REALTY t?Z2TS&. ’JT.TK'bJS: 

RVIdIU “ mORE RV 141)1 1 ' k ;ti 4U *^ "f‘ r4 »"* 

M ,$1800 — $1800 DOWN STS* <i7o^ 

I 1 -*. C I. . LJ fFFl 


I Modtom Fomily Home 

iTilfirt OR rrii-R RRpNonxCR. 
*vr .id awm oak ft*e»r*. nmu'.r 
, '“"'"F* tarewra. Kar««F Lnnp> 


$1000 DOWN 

trend bf* alarm imnabto** an 


ISLAND 

Investment Co. Ltd. 


WITH 2 Vi ACRES ZUSZ'SJl 

! n’.e, m. <OA«^ 4 *ft ROW* man. Oat rianra 


ON SHELBOURNE 


A <XP " > ."'I/' 0 " S9650 JV^aBiSSiT'oCT ^VtX' 

4 Q cr\ I»n*>. Oran, ruwj lar iiimf aith aarkehnp Far tbia 
toObAJ fteun huito Ha Frp* «T 1 Hke rani. <1A CAA 

WBway r«», OU ranee M»l mu per ne to lU.JVAf 

haatar wriodad dCVCA n>r l«faiweU«*i on Mm# if* 

l*Tert •• R J/ JV7 antparf let pleat* call Mr Rati, 

e , rn t> fWV. gear Tai fere* I BV 4- toft I abyliwa 


$5350 


Mnrtl A J>ha#lana Raa) Bilal 
Dee Daualdd Rl 


; Z- $16,950 

R Awn* Rea KV I *1KT 

LCACII * BFARRR 
till BUr- Oort Alr**| 


Ttodart RVIBK1 "IfRVRR tKineB WAA to irrot 

BARRY liarrtR LTU ! OfTarad far an UUIa and *a earl 


OOdTT urr Ant FOOL TOO 


■RAND MBW 
IU **« 41. TIB DOWW 


OHFrad far an Ulllp and bb turn *1 BdK 

ra* *nn able termt Her* ll U. a IMMKD1ATK 

fjr 1 l 4 *’,?. """t 4f ‘‘ft * tkar c«.d i 


$ 10,200 


CKTIAR Mill, 
n U 144 da 


9BABRM10N m» 
•IJBTl Rea un- 


it' IHJ mam* aattl u# peantr . ||rx , w nmotiNtfeuk * m 


mmmmim feat eel'-ln ae.l carpel Rl a, <)M 
ll»m# r*. m and dlnln« area. nU , 


Rea a ' I- “e* «“d wen? tear* |* eama Mf 


aatar heal. 4-*o* Fambrak# 


$16 500 NR JUBILEE, $13,500 $500 DOWN 

9 • U,bJVJ\J! nrw krmmm aurr* 1 It* * f . . . 

tv »-n*i to , nST 


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pee a*'»> el! 04K Haarl Pull 44 ‘^' •■ 4 *F*e'kle 4*'#<« <w to.* sSSi*. JrfaL l- A »nl lulu red HUuwa Nuarei. *• 
h-eh i.eaMi «... i r - l4r ** lend«ra**d Ml At rhei* LOT UWBf Bk® NIB® lire lerg* kilrhen Full la»i 

Oriea-m *ar#*e R'tue'ed n Tr I- gi ** !*y‘ lirw i ftj* - 4 * 4 ' 1 u • I L'AC „***. Orlee-le farm* oil h#e 


drfve-m (araa* and Ol) 0-14*1, e JLJibi aiu, MW* dear, a,,?*#, 1 IWL ,rm I . *** }. hl4 ,V “BY* 

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b war Ih N# iplU. BV I 4d7» It* Ijntt BV I •*»# AA) [.me. 


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fllh .and- * 4 A 2 “ MONTH hum* allbui I mil* ftrxt* in read • w.* *m re nr, a. effntd t» mtee. 

omfT baa *♦»•» Will Irie*. Q Uatp a—wlim. | r*«to|ljan'1o» onlv ?*M fean Tell »»a i»m. RM1 Mndfann BVS4T4L 
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* , 4f 4 *nO» I rw hum# eppmi'd * miervrt On eaaer aaeament | Ud 







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ltt lorxn FOR SALK 1SR HOWES FOR RALE I9i 


20 Sail)] (fdlmiHtf 

Saturday. January It. !•** 


FINANCIAL A. BERNARD 


WHITTOME'S 


RANDALLS' 


HEISTERMAN 


TAYLOR 


NOR T HWESTERN NORTHWESTERN 

SECURITIES SECURITIES 


SURVEY LTD 


LIMITED 


SPITTAL 


NHA 

THREE BEDROOMS 
TRY YOUR 
DOWN PAYMENT 


TEN MILE POINT 
LOVELY SEA VIEWS 

•nu. m nor •*•**!•* **" 


OPEN HOUSE 

1 1 SO Old Esquimau Road 
Sor , 2 5 P M. 

AlUVCIU*. MMINI 4- room Kuii« 
• lUi r«i.iui« imam 
I* uaaamani. iirw Lately lot. 

TSStrZL $13,975 

Mr* HiUu, BV 4f)4»; 


HARRY 
FOSTER LTD 


or WTO*i* LTD 
111 TATBB AT BBQAD •’ 


FAIRFIELD 
4 BEDROOMS 


ai FORT BTHBBT «v « UN 

tour reonmoK ia 

oum raonwoN 


UNIVERSITY AREA 


•■ih-'tntifi hur.«*Jn« »i»k *•“>« 

from « ■•ydrwin*. Uljf; 

IlM lM !•*■* <»•»■*' •»*»»•* 

kilihrn th •>»» floor Full 
Mini hn'-air lvrha*» •** 

r*«« $7500 

r.i . " * sw 

• 3 MO dv*n PbJmrnl 


iianco* Lore* MrHMM 
THRCR HOOD Wimo SS 
4 Kurban Fun hleh bo«d- , 
tunoui are* auh fuapla*#. I 
in *•>•*» !»*#«•«* Oil 
4*-aW mat M i 

S. $M ( 900 

Bhclualie UiUuo 

A Ft **»r. BV a-ikdb. f 

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CEDAR HILL! 


“OPEN HOUSE— 
SIDNEY" 

“1305 SIXTH ST 


BEFORE YOU 
BUILD or BUY 
Consider the 
Advantages 
NHA OFFERS 


On i hi* ai*n<> nan taU b**am*n1. 
Oii-O-Metl* *-nu.»f Rparlou* 

l.TIny m (MM 00*11 #rt« #>*d 
a I'lUOhl lino Oort. Unman IrMt 

ff and (pahaaBAf o«U V«t» 
.mail atlunim «*Hw WtWl 
•mi iptat WHM tfimti* im 
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ia*ulelnd b*»*ir,ci.t dn*» 'O l»r- 
••* and atra.hand mpmi MOT 
|tv4 |0irl(l .and »*!'*• II in 
a anind out m »«•* <!■>• a oaf- 
mint oim a !4lU# taraai o-ouU. * 

e rsL n $13,750 

Hi Di,a A c li } «« R*« 


$1500 DOWN 


“$1500 DOWN" 

Th# buy o( la*# Fully .naula »d 
atm tiui- **i*i ou boat. La* LA. 
tno :«• kadima. diucita tan -y 
■Metric biUhan Oa« flaerp 
IIiivm* ftwul and full* fancad *,<d 

n-H-u. $12,950 

B*la»ia U * triidar Ita* rant 

Call J C. Alton, iv um a* 


ESQLIIMALT 

SECLUDED 

BUNGALOW 

$10,800 


"WHERE* 


NEW, 3 BEDROOMS 




'CONTRACTORS' 


FAIRFIELD 


Unrly cadar aldlba modern bun 
aalito aim lit in* root fltaulat* 


AA 


GORDON HEAD 
OVER TWO ACRES 

A lot air J% acraa A kMaly MraiaB 
aldar horn* Utuia «*• 3«*l| 

• Hb (IraMMO !*■«• bit. dinirp 
room, 'hr#* bedroom*- and oatn- 
roam Tbar* la a barn Yw may 

LT.‘ """ $12,750 

Fir**# call Mr Maori* TV 1-liJt, 
eraOlnaa ON l-WM 


nv| tl'lll* Of CLAAHfT) 
t »»n *u|ian » tar .uhditld 
Inf ,M« »i|hiy#u iota Nan 
1 . irt* urn* in pan ymir 
p.«ar**n tor !•*• 

DON RACOM.i BV 4-C14L 


DREAM HOME 


51 _• $t 1,700 

Nay OlU. BV *•«•*. raa BV (•Nil 

ATTRACTIVE HOME 

rtM9 RB\BNUB 

fa tor the rddrfart. of a alc« h"«*a 
and i»i‘ Uta .ataau* mnba iha 
paitrrn'a « la* ■!«»>» dareratad 
ron«n« far »»»»r «m main Hoar, 
and I ia* l*»n» up Walkiiif dt.- 
lanr# '• eitf eatijr# l*C MA 

sr« s 9200 

n *•««<> an la dnoa parmoM •*» l‘ 
Cunt ail f n William* BV *-•>•* 


and dr»a» Fan ba»oi 

o*« all ! nrnec* DM* 

n, Ta*M lino ra»n 
i martaaa* r»tuir*<i 
,a On '»» ab*.*f Bi»a«* 
SudbuM. *»n*. Oftfl 


"1572 ROWAN' 

(Off Cedor Hill Rd ) 
Oil Hot-Woter Heat 


OCX OWNER 1' ar ’L I .T oflar* alt lanna and prhr 
FLAN THU* RKm-Lmo TOI™ Ur oadda* r. Mill; 

DOWN F*«MIRT W* ALRO ^OP- »,„ BV Hill 

riH AN ahWM UTN MOKIY- 

BACK tiOAKinn a aT TAI U|C 

MT - T0LM, 1 

mo** Muv *° . ' TREED SETTING 

TUB « CORTTUKTOBB »l NTF- nrr BV VQI'lt flWN FINMIDF. 
ill HBNT an* YOlfNtl IN ITJNA* TN(K TIM N %»XT WKKK W. « 
BUT OU) m rJtFNRINNCN WB arr ^„*^ oof * pnee»»>>tn td »i • *'• 
WILL IHO# YOU flfcwiH * lm» nmwbIoW «1ur« 

COMF1 .IfTCD fOlf*- W FACT [r( , um . mml,inaiur F*.t» l»y«W 
Wl WUI. limUJOUCl I YO0JO lUMfaniam raai WNN Iw*- 

THN aWVBH* OF MnM*n ll'lir a , ul .« — *1 5u*v 

THROUOM OUB OFFU * ,., rlul radu-'l'n *"» *a*h - Ini. 

urr mm NATwrAcnow »i **•"*"'/ " uann. 

THf^FHOOF OF OUR rTATN- SSToWwlS 

(S&V9 LANSDOWNE SLOPE 

AND THE VIBY BERT OF TERM* nrrsnnniiC 

Ft f ABN CAU. BOY OREM OR 3 BEDROOMS 

BTBYB BTBPHBRB. BV WNYtt 

anytime EXCELLENT TERMS 


SEA VIEW 


UPLANDS CLASSI 


^ , , _ _ _ Ttiu J *r»r «id n««* M *• 

SI 1 950 Ha. U'lMf _ roam 

*L* T Cm •*'•» ton- * oi lINfbr*. > 

’« KV aallirnum. b**#**Bl »“E 

a is i*« un!lni*h*d room* oti o 

i i A K 

raoirni oa'la. aUUId* WMrw 

$17,500 

(•oatlt ham* BpM , 1 

r " II al'h i lb* • • $ »•*'••«« 

$18,500 PRICES ARE RISING 
?«■* m* BUY NOW 

oxo andar cotAirur- 
urK*d ai !•»! vaar ■ 
in Via* Ratal Or**, 
•di-maa* la»#a line* 
•wmat •* IM 

ima roar «*»' ****** 


T*»t IwtMt n*i«r»borh*wW t» 
a yarlart abllma IO> thi* 
a'liaerita bunaam* • m b 
ua p/nla***«.iaU» ^*ru*»»anad 
yla. on. TH* n»m» rnm- 
prt.a* rat and tmnuan hall*, 
la •« LE «nd d*o aim Or* 
pla.a »ua •!■•>*# DR '|»a 
riMi* ait.-han »'th o™o* 1 
nil# B«dt«c*»>* oamrnnm*. 
n#« Hoar* tall Monni. 
oil h»ot Dnta-ia aeraar 
t.rm. can SAD 


QUADRA 


QUALITY BUILT HOME 


CxmM |m WIOi full Ue«a> 

man, thr-atfn Bd<‘ f aap'a.r m *». 
amwad »mh»« HA Iwnai* * '■ 
M4n IM farad#. Iniuta'ad La'**. 
|a»a| PH Ta>a« «U) HA %*n. 
ai«a Imm far 


Ra .alt# u* •*# thi| 

) BBOrawm >lu«» h«m# 
« t»*r» aid and *iin 
• l 1 Bin iha «(lj Umn* 
La«i*daona and OafI 
■ Mi Paetutin* ti 
•ood floor* ihrou* 
a tin mail alaaUM alt 
ann • piata bath Aim 
*i« Rrua-w 
i «*. Frlrad to »• I 

w 


$9750 


$8750 

BV *>Mf1 

$2800 DOWN 
$55 PER MONTH 

■ tin* 4 mo Mnwdimt IV 
•••** trr* Im. 1 2M1EL i*»i IU 


$1000 CASH— $65 MO. 

•no! taa* oidar lyno 4-r» bun**- 
)o* lb M • ■ I I B IB RaO*cnra»ad 
ihrovaHuul l*»M “*»•»• 
i*ia roam »»h modarn flrawa.a 
1 moo barlrm*. In* ha'b and 
rahlnal ait-'h*«i dlrad for 
a dandt. oarm 


$1500 

DOWN 


NEED ME? 


JUBILEE 


•ond*** 1 


“WOULD YOU LIKE TO 
LIVE IN AND ENJOY 
A SEAVIEW HOME. IN 
CADBORO BAY?" 


$7950 


btrl'**|i* u*unf 

And*' H* B>' 4- 
ran BV* f*lt , 


$7500 W 


$6850 


A WISE MAN 


btwn**l »l«b rumpua room *para 
and finlahad l.rapla.* roufhad-m 
plumbinf V#r» t 1 J 9 QQ 

r a* to..* !•!* tarma . y 1 ' • ' vv 
Mr Rianain BV >-4lfl; 

bv** rr 4 - 11*4 


A BETTER BUY 
3 BEDROOMS 


$1550 DOWN 

BM)t’fMAlT niMBTMA-nt FOR 
OMKIN «JT TlUd I -EBmOOM 
BUNOAJXIW WITH ADDITIORAL 
LAR/fB LOT INCLUDED 


71 _ $13,000 

FAIRFIELD 


TYtraa aa*-*ibrdln( nronactto* 

. 

iintMi M ar««a tn*m 111 Pbf 
t* Ulud Fionartia* ih Ihi* 
| • • muth m d*m*nd 

and alf*r n*> ar* rara 
o*ad *o •( it* ar* hom* - 
n*tn*| rail MU t BOBBY. 
WKLLiNOB Ml UIIM** 
Cadi, am Bay .pmialt*', 
BV 1-4541 ar OR ME* 


SACRIFICE 

* SALE 


■hop. Mnoli far «ii 
ana f.iandly aalfhbot* 


ROCKLAND 

Eleven Rooms 
1 ACRE LAND 

BfA' Tir i.' r LA.vrmfiaFCn 
4tA AMY YtrK'NTAlS VUtW 


if ntmpvad 


rlrmcatt part «< J* 
BAY oflar* art lha*a vf< 
nppnr'rtal'V V dartap . 


■n# aaac B* GONZA 

(Md rmtai 

id a*lan«a a. O* I ran* port*! 

$6200 r-Lft 

datifhtrxl bn* 
_ *'rurt*d $-nmi 


CV tad ald«r-r*n* 
inwpb * Hotpual 
■ra* II M* dr. a* 


$7950 


$7950 


"NOW IS THE TIME 
TO BUY" 


$8500 


Side-By-Side 

DUPLEX 


O0«ii will Ill* 3* 1 

6orilNA N*ad diMrwr _n'«* but 
M.lfMi at »'*> #>* *«b Id ym. 


MUST SELL 


0AKLAND5 


A DM 1 

On**a at* I 

IM* 

Anai bar 1 


LANSDOWNE AREA 


$14 600 
r$6500 


*w. IITM* 
util.it rm Niral 
1 phHMtll •« | 

^6500 


Aiiracuta *-rm fud 
rn ra* art. I •aarmi 
bam! HA 1 mm' do« 


ta* •**« for 

«**l«n and 
r*ah aM* ha* 
a*a*rt (.wwi 
•dim* tan.iy 


HIGH LOCATION 

ONLY $5,500 


GLANFORD AREA 
2 New Homes 


esquimalt 


$1200 


RSuld I*Fr. 

U*T AVtlLAMI 


$21,750 “LOW DOWN 
UJBT* PAYMENT" 


$1300 DOWN 
(Moyb« Less) 

TWO ONLY 

NHA HOMES 

TO BK B 1 TI.T 
l>CLI r>l>0 OTY I/IT 
Q1 4DBA ITBLAVBr.B ABBA 

t 1 O AAA tm'^nd •* 


WATER- 

FRONT 

DUPLEX 


B*. an* irtnal m« .d 'la hifh 
Q..,ta *r*« aim ) nadrm. 
*'um*. ail o»*' «nd lull 


STEWART 
CLARK & CO. 

R4 Braadh'an B« Fnnat* BV I-34BI 

OAK BAY 

MOUNT JOY AREA 


"IT S NOT A 
STUCCO BOX 


Ru*ttc ham* am, "u L«"M 
raaon t* <m (ifftraunf dl'h lata# 
• indna taaiof th* man* »!**«•■ 
and drill* tMnlof at»a id »*•»’ ’• 
Dm alaatrlr raninat hiuban 
P'ltUj I* rand < 0 »d Two l»Wd 
Mframj ailh :*•«■ TM* 

aril built ham* la tmalad •< ml 
fnntar* and oampMUly flnt*h*d in 
•dtatal dead af Ua IlnaM ••ar- 
il* btta.had *•'»*• •llh »<•*»•• 
••are M ami dm» t raaulr# IM* 
*#oi .#U r««r friand ah« ••*«!■ 
dill, *arht«i«n mi lb* •*•. "»*' 
that mat •#!*» IB* romfaa** and 


WESTERN 


$8500 


NORTH 
SAANICH 
5 ACRES 


CEDAR HILL 
5 BEDROOMS 


A n»m# pan 
f.a'uiad in 
U*iui». a 

Mri* lt>l>U 


"JAMES BAY" 
“THIS IS NOT 
A JUNKER" 


ROCKAND AVE 


hunt* x.'.alrd aa a lara* 
lal itaar <r» o Tbla t* a 

mild U M, ti IN oat* 

41 BN «• II Mb Th* **td 

ES “ $7950 

Call FdT Ml'BFMY am- 

i iaiali at BV 4^141 #« 

v a Mb* 


n s' 7 , 850 

Mr Crb »•«.*• 

*■>*•’ * »v« BVIJIYb 

LAKE HILL 
SEE 1155 UNION 


REVENUE 
$1800 DOWN 


SaanichRealtv 


NOTICE! 

Announcement 


UNIVERSITY 1 


OIL-O-MATIC 
" 1 800 DOWN' 
"4V^^o 
MORTGAGE" 


.* d .lui* • fit* m# a 

• ml I •'ll #,♦*•** Mr 

* int* •*i)-ka«i .'«« buoda- 
n**a'*« a *» • Rh I* nf'*»* 
U» vl«b flraptar* I hadrma 
hllti Urm* *«l *#*tar%t# 
.« *r*a Full htah h*«aaa*n< 

(mnipi* 1 *ly finmhad badrm. 
Iihi .*parar# far*** **•# 
1 k !#'■»* a»-d orhat B*m» 


THE ROYAL 
TRUST CO. 


SNUG AND WARM 


$8500 


SPLIT-LEVEL 


4 inra. lull nanam*n< lara* 

nr*p«ai* atari, i« kii. 
than all dunMM •;••! •In- 
in* nr* liiarwi t«**»i;« n- 
paiaad *#p*r*t* *•>■*• 

cmynd all -A ,a«n Walt 

rr* $7530 

. 3daal far ratirad »wpi* Ta 
«!•• {••'•<! CY BAIhB- 

BI BY nr PALKBBB a: 
BY I-4Y4I aAtt.m* 


BUDGET BEATER 

■net «.,* Mtfh ro*i of iitinf »nh 

ba ,**l Of mimthly larr.immi 
an thM l-a*dra**m ham# Sot n*a 
•at a tend aaadnmn. It >• cam- 
par' ramfnrtaM* and fttaula'ad 
Pamplatat* tanrod an a coroar to* 
M litciuda* a ylaatam kt'rbaa. 
O'lll.y, ted delta- im *«,»*» »• 

:r ou '" 4 $9750 

•lilt lllrtctl.a l.-n. 

Far *ppi t* «»t p< **t* rail 
OR *1144 O DilMHrt FV Mill 

OR*-; tt* Mr* Hortb Bid *31 V 


Wara*'*4 

FATRICK 


Ibk Bar. taua'nd mi Baarb Dnta 
pad arm** ffran WW**t Mao- h 


$6350 


tfll. $13,000 

Mr L»k*« 

W $ )l*l OKI RR 

3 SUITES 

PLUS GROUND FLOOR 


SEA VIEW' 1 


iall*r lyo* 


VICTORIA WEST 


$1500 DOWN 
Otl-O-Matic 
$7500 


Oak Bov— $2500 Down 

Oidar f rw*M4 MdPab buitfal"* 


THE ROYAL TRUST CO 


II *IPf !»**• dmtn* rn 
"*f*rM ait. ••■«» ana atfi 


UNOBSTRUCTED 
SEAVIEW 
BRAND NEW 


FRASER 


$9950 


BISCOE 


Moplewood District 


$7500 


VIEW COTTAGE 


“BEAUTIFUL 
TWO-TONE STUCCO 
ROYAL OAK" * 


Th.* k*t« nf doiinciiam ha* many 
*ul *<aadln* »•*'«'•* Th«r* arr 4 
•adrmtvi* larpa Ilttni room »r h 
lull im af u* i'll re- nod* rn 
iMrhon •iih din.r.f •••* Orilit? 
Rum put roam ailh tiraplar* Otl 
farrad air ha*' lar** «*n d*»« 
If an* aanl aa altrarlit* ham* 
IMU. d.ffrrr- b* . 1 * and 
- 

rvi e 1 e onn 


It *111 ba bit* *1 ftrat itfhl «h*a 
hr. *•# mu emia«* IdaaUy la 
•aw# aa a **•«•;* tier* n**r b'i*a* 
•chnoi and •tdraa. with oaten tlaa 
••an**# nt nr- kttchan *ir*d far 
amerte ran**. 13x11 Urta* ronm 
• ith e eat brick ftraplac* On* batl- 


The Price Is R«gHt 
The House Is Right 
The Teims Are Right 


IT S HERE 


CEDAR HILL 


PRETTY 

AS A PICTURE 

"NO STEPS'' 


C.N. Montague 


CO. LTD 

IbSB Blanchard at Fv-rt BV 4-flll 

$1600 OWN 

OORtlB I Bt TO hKAMDB -4 »r 
M»m bunc U)R ut tv »rw 
PLMB Flnarnn: aU OU BAf*i)B 
in*. OMHit. lub*. I ■!*» badima 
hO Htl-R Ut W TAJW* Fnr-d 


1 nan hall. <r«rioj» LN •■•hi 
ttahmrant panalll' 1 * a**f * Al- 
fa. TT dlnmy #»•*. mahnfan* ' 

••• *«Pt* >"--han •Hh 4M>$nb era* 
a haoaamf* • d'aa®, I* *ur*4taal 
*• 4 , at* 4- p< tan.iy cnMrad Imlb 

V >.->■. f- ' *•<•«*•« • 1 1 n a 

•hi pi.* im* *r.i*nd iw mm* 
•r ■• ••<*«• all oa* lt**f M 'rad 
In* aumuia'lc na.lmt *ad d*t*r 
T. »»|ir—i#!a IM* ham* •■••• •**»• 

S*T&r%5T. j 1 6.950 

•PAR Virr* HRlOlfTB 

MODERN STUCCO 
BUNGALOW 

R V»RV MirR IIOMt 
Bill f-t*a* nld ham* I* If *m- 
marulal* rwndl'lhn miluo* and 
nt*.da Hl*a 'b«»t IR b"h IF 
lara* raft iBfMB •tlh dUtin* 
n*ra I la**r badrm*. t o* ba'h- 
rwm roll huh ba**o.*nl al'h 
1 i»*ri*d pl*«l*r*d room u»* b* 
tmdim *r ld»*l *'Udt ronm Bin 
irW Or In •*,»*• riib inrluda* 
l«M* U»*IV h and tardaa 
I at all unrad Ownrc NfalM 

Frtr* aril* a ii/,./vw 

ft, luttta UaDnr 

rail Ja. a BV J-ktlT n* 

OKMIlt OR Mill RV »-7»ll 
tfll.AMO HAMM 1 TO 
:»!• Om,«)a* Brraar 


$7250 


$9950 


*T W — » % tJORDlAOl 

M* 1 Fin UO.STM 

Y«u m rtrr *n u... n»or- 

*>..ri j*J«u •itb aa 'I. -ah* 
lltin* ;**n and dmin* r 
tidtalf t.r*n.'> -an *.#r III* 
t:'ilt»y room and •*•*.*(* tar 
Bi"*aidd **< • fuaaaatt ktri 
tn a aat'mf af i»*» and la 

1 I 1 ii 


PRETTIEST ON 
PRETTY STREET 
$12,500 S3 £2. • 


ESTATE SALE 


I 1 t til N IKS IIOMKS 
and I KOKKRTIKS 


$8350 


ELK LAKE 
SECLUSION 


*ui<a **i* ... 

Hu h B Ifxichaom 
t.R I BM 

OAK BAY 
Home With Chotocter 

Nw mat anptbar buaaala* IB b 
rva uf *••*• 

A *.**•«•.* ••aentua artl-ybimnl 
RD A bom# tuua'ad «• a beaull- 

fill, la nd*r*prd .ttrorr Ml Op- 
laitd* alatm Wide Ihreuf* hall 
pl*i- aa'rp lara* lt»in« 

• TV#' FTattrh Bonce m a f*inli> 
aU>* dlhlna renab modarn ki>-han 

• Itb plm'T of •.■••aatd* r-ia«*«nt 
•r*att**i M*d lara* a*.l,i bad- 
imp •Hb a.lahuaia *la-**A ad* 
•nlnin* bpfhmA* 'tan'M*. D*« 


YOUR CHANCE 


M'Mmiu pit on# bauia- 

a **(•*•• y,»-.«b j •*•*•%(* 

I*, ma.art Total rataoua 
*11* par m*n«h BklOla OUlt 

w tAinn 


.. $8950 
$7500 
$9000 
$12,600 
$14,700 
$17,850 


man !^«M«»n* mdt R-a 

oa'nf haalin* Matrhln* dm rat g» 
ra«f m hd. Man u»b#t>. cocdrtt 
*hru'^ pr*l a rt-utrt** '*f •»••*.. aka 
Imlb «r» *'■! • horn) lit Mp 
A LRO 

7 huitdmf >0.* a.la.rtd ta olmt* 
Knot* mac 1 # mirrhoaod « bOfN 
•ruara'rli dt II * 0 D aOrh 
' r t(.r. ..m rv-bllt- 


HIGH LOCATION' 


ifttfK I-bad- 
ITel* ht.np 

It*.* Atn.no 

• \and 

lid, 4 n\ • 


WATERFRONT 

FAIRFIELD 


$1000 CASH 


ld*f KRMMOHB *n 

Inaiiar h»*i 4-rnnm b«n- 
•*i»« an kbilk* lot 1 nm - 

r v# •lib adebae and 1 b- 

1 1 Diva Moer or thb 

AFFt.lAVCBR VBKDBn TO 
R*T nr I.mpf KfkFtiua 

“ Z\ $5950 

tkhr o*c rant* Ldt l*M aa 
Da **ar that tnu finally |*l 
«f ' h* rut RulM *n 

T »Hy f «» yaatmif inataad 
a hank arntu nt tar <h* 
lan^lotd votth 

MUR BACOR BV t-*l/l. 


CANADA TRUST 


"AS FRESH 
AS SPRING 


$1000 DOWN 
'REVENUE' 


4 SUITES 

OAK BAY AVE 


$9950 


ACT NOW 


[a Ball <n« fulanr* lo th* h*a,h 
In Fair! mid ana cine# in iron*-! 
pnr'ation (M Ilyin* r«»m ha* b 
*o*y lurnla ■ 3 OK* 0 »dtnnm* 
and mi# tn II'# h*um*rtl To l#»o 
tn* for* aU •*■), » « Oil O-Ma.le 
hnat t 01 Tenant iw»* and ••••Id 
*i»» !* haa# anrna* Id bt. "»• 
Flea** 1 all mt laK»rt Mre Framr 
BV 4-4741 ar BV 4-tot D"»n »ay- 
n.*nl 4J 40R la.-yllmit Ml 

«l»T'tt«*a'»rn bucun' Ut Of »•*- 
tnrla Ud ~ ' 


Thrta 


IM SVAVTT.n TO UVM 


ROYAL OAK 


CLARKE 

WALLACE 

Qii.ua BV 

ESTATE SALE 


DIFFERENT 


>ar mi* T*rmt In in* 
dor BfoTl RV * hi 


T an n*4. mm. fl'U. RARK- 
m*nt al.h r*r puc* ;#r >*« 
tar' RrP'ATBf) OR OR* 

tf&SSft $12,950 

r»r rnmpla'a lRlt»m»tn.n and 
lo *!*• ph*n* R»»« Maria* , 1 . 
Office BV l-dttl; Haa BV I- 7344 


"ARMY, NAVY OR 
INVESTORS" 


$8500 


dn*a Ctfon' aaitina 
rmxi WtlinB FM*ai 
Ramadal# BV I-bllt « 
ii4.r*,irtlai# Raol'f. « 


NHA 

BY BUILDER 

1.1 10 mu rr ok youb urr 

$9995 

Nothing Down 

WO D ^AOl“«t' , S7 dBoISvl*l' 

H OUTTAITT. BV 3-TB04 


LANGFORD & 
COLWOOD 

f 1 nnrt ‘xo four-rm*m Rucro 

> I UuU bormeim* fully fur- 


112 BEECHWOOD 


NO 
STEPS 
OIL HEAT 


1959 

Ha* *«* W*a BCR D by K 1. 
WIIX1AM* B> I *T4l a. UK K-1TIK 
(f you rnquila any It 0 * at pran 
rrt t (ail rlrty nta and yen'll ha 
•••ur*d af milrk rm*rt#m*t and 
afflciant aarrl»a Mid a HKAU-Y 
RBAU.T OOOO BUY hnrth- 
wn*i»rn Rarurltiaa of Vienna Ud 


$4700 


'x? $11,000 

d, Cia» » rvirjfi rv j mu 

SECLUSION 
5Vi% EASY PMTS. 


CITY BROKERAGE 


'WILLING VENDOR 


Laron 4 -rmoo. • 
•lioutnd forop* 


SNAP — $500 DOWN 


$1250 


MR NAVAL OFFICER 

•nmiam-imMd. timrtnuy Bmmnnd. 
atu.cn MPM* nn Ja p rrt* l>Uv 
a fma inawlrt dr tv* lo Hadnn If 
you ar* i.otanp Mr ■miatanlinp 
value end ren bond)* o »* > b pay- 
man* af |T «9R. iha* *mr dotnaiafy 
»t**r tmmrdmla htta*l lenttmi Ala* 
Papy rv Vdftl nr KV llWt North- 
•valrrn Kat-urlllae of Vicuna Ud. 
VI Yota* BL 


DUPLEX, $4000 DOWN 


$6500 


MB Utnrr 4 fmtm* and balh* 
■ far »«n*r (>m*«it ba-amattl 
O-MatM bJdUnd 
1 Fat* BV 4-RT4I »l BV 1J>M 
Korlhvatirnt RaruMI.#* af 
Tin ana Ud . div ram »i 


$4300 


fdkad t 

(irrplarr 

1 * nl orth 

ivmt'i 


r,.t $ 12,600 

On- <a* rv t-fTOr *v a OU 

6-ROOM HOME 


Ml'PLf.X. «TAK RAY rUVTWirr - 
Vo«* f mole 4WII par all rath 
ar ry**i m nv-npapa. VWinala Pra**, 

Rny 7» 


ni'iLT BP Ann* r * hy*ib 

lull * typmdR, mm :_ru— m 

irnlahad undarapad C'raH 

y. *i r|*t idea' ,*milt Ibanm •* 

apmia pn.*t* 


Wit LI- 


M0 NHIilllOOOBB 
ion KINO .aCOROB TKRRArc 
Dot Bat Allrar*!*# luiym hunpa- 
M« ooautlfully >*nd«rao*d fardon 
• fth portl at*,ln*k lay *•« and 
OimnUI*. Fttona rtc.t BV 1-tffl 


$9990 


AS FRESH AS SPRING 


$7850 


B.V COHnntOH 
fora*** haalad J 


•ARKKNnS QR fOOBR 1 RRO 
n*on yoma WaimfraR*. profarrod. 
Vh-livt* Proa* IVtv IM 

nkboivo 

ry|ta.ra FrafaraMy ng.*Ma Iw I 
merit Nn dmrn pttmato OB H 71 *- 

«1LI PAY - CA--P FOR JltnrvM 
n.R r*!rf»ald nr WlUnay dim 


Nrv 1 ItBDROOM ROBB AVTO- 
mullr ail (till he*amcot dr»y* in 
«***•» Fhmt, ••*4 dot*, afiat 
• pm IT Fuadat afar lb 
OB t tTO* NO a abb *• 

Frd'B H'YMf **OU« FI 1.L BART 
rTty*K rvj kpau Hoiil'am dMtnd 
*V *»WX 


B* mn COMroirrABI.B nt'Nf'rA 


GRANT & JENKINS 


bam* Atchtlan huili W«*rk m**. 
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•arm* M Mb Mr Cm of Rmlnor- 

Mo 4. BV 4-7141 Baa. BI J-tfli. 



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im wanted to buy 
HO tSl.s 


154 PROPERTY FOR 


2 PRAIRIE 
COUPLES 


13 SEA VIEW LOTS 
WESLEY ROAD 
OFF PAT BAY HI-WAY 
NHA APPROVED 


) our Problems W omen Donate $1,000 


WANTED IMMKDI AT LLV POK 
thi*i rmni »io havr jvvt 

Al'NIVCD tl* Towi vrwm OR 
OI.DKK jna 1 SKDMOOM HOMES 

yh«v auk uvtna i* ks auto 

COURT -AHO Mtirr LOCATE 
Ol'ICKlT CALL ROW fOR IM- 
MKIH4T* nWRCTTO* JOIUWT 
JAMBS wmnw HOURS LTD 
IV I JUT AKYUMK 


w organ!- | A meeting of the English Annual meeting of Victoria 
rh fa the- Speaking Union of the Com District of the Registered 

*h Guild, monwealth Victoria branch. Nurses' Association of BC. 

? of 57, will be held on Wednesday at will be held at the nuises' 
Cathedral 8 p m In the Douglas Cafe- home. St. Joseph's Hospital, on 
t used as t**rta. The speaker will be Mrs. Tuesday at 7.45 pm. 

ported at H. C. Cowdry. who was a dele- * a * 

meeting gate lo the World Conference The LA, Britannia Branch 
Memorial of ESU branches in Ottawa No. 7. Canadian Legion, BLSL, 


By Ann lenders 


WANTED 

URGENTLY 


CHOICE LOT 


so he can see how he looks 
through someone else'i eye*. 
Maybe If he sees this In the 
newspaper It may get through 


year-old daughter any affec- 
tion. What do you think about 
a father who has three lovely 
children snd Ignores them all? 


Dear Ann: We've been mar- 
ll«L 10 years. My wife and 1 
have had some flare-ups. but i 
don't think We fight more than 


$1700 


things wrong with his atti- 
tude MOTHER OF THREE 
FATHERLESS CHILDREN 


hottest, that is. i 

! work lor a laige concern 
and have been promoted four 
limes since we married. Eat l h 
promotion has meant moving 
to another city. 

The first time we moved 1 
noticed my wife had a foot- 
locker filled with old love let- 
ters, pictures, souvenirs and 
Junk from previous boy 
(i lends. She collected ash-trays 
from restaurants every time 
she had a dale They are all 
Uncled. She has darning shoes 
• also labeled' !i'«m 1?MV The 
fool locker weighs about 100 
pounds. 

I used to be Irked at having 
the stuff around but 1 never 
vatd a word. I no longer care, 
hut I'm tired of hauling it 
around the country. Now 
would be an ideal time to get 
rid of It but I hate to look like 
a Jealous husband. Shall I say 
something* SPHINX 

Dear Sphinx: This "Junk" 
belongs to >uur wife If she 
wants t.o haul It all over the 
wot Id for the next hundred 
years, let her. Youve been a 
real shrewdie to keep your lip 
zipped. Don't spoil It now. 

When your wife matures 
shell be sble to throw the 
stuff out of her own accord. 
So long as she wants to drag 
it around. It means she needs 
support for s sagging ego. 


ba arrtnjml 


The Vicious Home Eco 
nomic and Dietetics Assorts 
tlon will hold a meeting in the 
Art Gallery on Wednesday at 

8 pm. 

* * * 

Local Council of Women 
will meet Monday in the music 
room at the public library at 
2 p.m. A meeting of the ex- 
ecutive will be held at 1 p.m. 


anothei $100 bond had been 
purchased towards the Memo 
rial window, bringing the total 
of the fund to $779.44 

Total receipts lor the year 
of 1968. announced by the 
treasurer. Mrs. R Richardson, 
were $2,276.22 raised through 
teas and garden parties. 

At the meeting, with Dean 
Brian Whitlow as chairman, 
the officers for 1950 were In- 
stalled: Mrs. J. F. K. English 
re-elected president. Mrs. D. 
Mitchell. Mrs B. Motley snd 
Mrs. J. M. Wells, vicgspresi 
dents: Mrs. B Whitlow, re- 
cording secretary; Mrs. E. B. 
GreenhiU. corresponding sec 
retary and Mrs. R. Richardson, 
treasurer. 

The assembly also heard 
from the James Bay Women's 
Guild which announced a total 
of $701 82 as the year s re- 
ceipts with 20 members. 17 
active members. 


auditorium. 1616 Blanshard 
Street. Annual reports, elec- 
tion of officers and Installa- 
tion will be held. 


ishment. Otherwise you would Dear Motbei : That hunk of 
not know he lived under the ice you're living with was 
vame roof. I've never known probably raised in a drep- 
hlm to give one of his children freeze. tWhal are your in- 
a compliment ^Ince they've laws like?! > 

been bom. The dad who functions only 

Don't suggest professional as a punitive agency had bet 
help. He knows more than the , ter prepare for a lonesome old 
experts. Just print this letter age. 


»!»• PI-..r i*ll Kill 

r v > »7«i <«r rv i-sm 
b»«it»rn •#■ urtltrr At Vicis"* 


Island Temple No. 8. Pythian 
Sisters, will meet on Tuesday 
at 8 p.m. in the Knights of 
Pythias Hall. 723 Cormorant 
Street Installation of officer* 
will lake place. 


WANTED 
2 Vi TO 5 ACRES 


VIEW LOTS 

ADIACEM WIT. * » LMMXWf 
St bis j Am« note (ill RaaH 
(ill ••(■( mt m*h all IncluM 
ll> uric* oi ml bo (lira* A* non] 
ktt> Ul uni iinu> M»IW 
Prior* froa llW 10 It all# 
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P.'.oJ ai toll Ur J Mar (•»«!• 
RV | All > rot-fa- 


Wit* J «r J n*<f roovB room 
(A o I*r ft ob too n Pbonr HARRY 
MOMOl if SuthMiKrn hi nr 
l<l»r At VU(«rU US. IV I *1(1 
At RV J TSJA aiminia 


SECLUSION 


/ Broke It Off 


Itt PROPER TV W tXTtll 


Dear Ann: I am 17 years 
oW Two yeart ago I went 
with s fellow who ruined my 
reputation. He was three 
years older snd my parents 
warned me that he was bad 
medicine. 

1 didn't get Into serious 
trouble fortunately, but be 
spread the word all over that 
1 was an easy mark. 

The thing th.it hurt me moat 
was his telling everyone he 
gave me the air. This was not 
true. 1 was the one who broke 
It off. II took me alx months 
lo get over the hurt 

Last week I ran tnto thrs 
guy at the roller rtnk. He was 
so attentive I almost fainted 
He said I had grown more 
beautiful than ever and that 
he’d like to take me out again. 
He hasn't called yel but I'm 
sure he will. 1 d love to go out 
with him Just to show every- 
one. Don't you think I've got 
this coming?— t.RETCHEN 


So you'd like to go out with 
"Bad Medicine ' to "show 
everyone?" And exactly what 
would you be showing them 
that you can get hit by a truck 
twice? 

The only good thing about a 
bad experience la that we 
sometime* learn from It. Stay 
away from this character who 
caused you so much grief. He 
could do It again. 


Needed 


2 NAVAL MEN 


CASH eoa BUI UMNO LOTS m 
OI AS PORD OOROR HIGH 
UU4DRA tP YOU II A VR A LOT 
P*JK UU CALL Rttl Koon 
•OK RV • -SIM Ras OR *-JM* 
At huuit pi mi m LTD 


^ January Sale Prices 

k . AND - 

V Bi g, Big Trades 

S Spirt,, 


Princess Alexandra Lodge 
No. 18, Daughters of England 
will meet on Wednesday at 7 
p m. In the Orange Hall for in- 
stallation of officers. 


URGENT' 1 

S5000 CASH 


To learn the booby-traps of 
teenage drinking, write for 
Ann Landers new buoklet. 
"Teenage Drinking." enclosing 
with your request 20 cents in 
coin snd s large self addressed, 
stamped envelope. 

• Ann Landers will he glsd 
to help you with your prob- 
lems Send them to her In 
car* of this newspaper enclos- 
ing a stamped, self addressed 
envelope i 

CArVMRkl ISAS rwiA tri«r»tUM tnr 


Canadian Daughters League 
Assembly No. 5 will meet on 
Monday at 8 pm at Newstead 
HalL 


Small Houses 


St. Saviour's Afternoon 


Dr .ir Ann: I read In your 
column recently about a father 
who nevrr showed hi* seven- 


De Luxe 
TV 

Contois 


Its annua) New Year's party 
at the home of the president. 
Mrs. G. White. 401 Henry 
Street af 2 p m on Monday. 


15# ACREAGE FOR HAIJI 
AND WANTED 


LUNDS 

AUCTION 

TODAY, 9.30 A.M. 
CARS 

POWER TOOLS 
FURNISHINGS 
APPLIANCES 
RESTAURANT 
EQUIPMENT 

4 CARS 

To IV- Snld ■ .Vt am Sharp 

1953 JAGUAR 

4-DOOR SUDAN 

1953 FORD 

CUSTOM LINK 
(I Owner) 

1951 MORRIS 

MINOR 8KPAN 

1947 CHRYSLER 

NEW YORK KK 

7 POWERED TOOLS 

Also smaller Carpenters' Tools 
Snatch Blocks. Etc. 

OAS GRILL 
“QUEST” DEEP FAT 
FRYKR 

Itirnlahlng* for All Rooms 
Range* . Washing Marhlne* 

On View from 8.10 a m. 


Sfatrucomnn 9/ 


The Ladies' Auxiliary of Es- 
quimau Branch. 172. Canadian 
legion, will meet at 8 p.m 
on Monday In the Legion Hall 
on Admirals Road. 


omen 


Tone control, 
two speakers 
and 5 - watt 
HI FI outfit— 
32 • tube func- 
tion* Walnut, 
mahogany or 
autumn leaf. 


A social evening will be held 
at St Stephen's parish hall. 
Mount Newton Croat Roads, 
on Tuesday at B pm. 


WANTED 


*•<• |U**I far J J *•< 

m->n«r* >tui A»1 '-**. 
rarr (Iam (« WMlsr 

roll (r«Mt Co.' RV t 
AT RV )-(TT| 
ruriurt af Virtue* Lid 


IN FARMS FOR SALE 
snd W ANTI l> 


AUX. Alta. (CP) — Mrs. 
Irene Parlby, one of the five 
Alberta women who got the 
Privy Council to rule that 
women sre "pet sons," cele 
brsted her 91st birthday yes- 
terday on a ranch near this 
central Alberta town. 

Mrs. Parlby, who missed by 
only a few months being the 
first woman cabinet minister 
in the British Empire, is In 
good health and makea her 
home with hefaon and daugh- 
In law, Mr. and Mrs. Hum 
phrey Parlby. 

KJESN INTEREST 

The distinguished states, 
woman maintains her keen in- 
terest in International affairs. 
Her new- year's resolution for 
1959 was: 

*'ln these times of recurring 
crises of governments frus- 
trated in their efforts to bring 
nations together, we ordinary 
men and women should raise 
our voices and demand a new 
approach: decide the game of 
threat aqfl abuse is over— try 
the rules of good sportsman- 
ship. shake hands snd try 
friendship instead of hatred." 

Mrs. Parlby was named 
mlnistrr without portfolio In 
the ('tilled Farmers of Alberta 
government ill 1921. The ap 
pointm>-nl followed by a l«y) 


months that of iha late Mary The Daughters of St. George. 
Ellen Smith lo the cabinet of No. *3. will meet on Wednes- 
British Columbia. day In the K of P hall at 8 

She served 14 years in the P m - 
Alberta cabinet and as a mem- e e e 

her of the provincial legists- S3 Vie Mshuta Santha No. 
ture. 142. Nomads of Avrudaka. is 

Bu u _ Iirvitn hold ing i nstallation of officers 

RIGHT DENIED Jan 23 st K of T Hall 

It was In 1929 that the Privy Cormorant Street Imperial 
Council ruled that women had deputy Anne Carlaon. past re 
the right to sit in the Cana- gt n t. will officiate and will 
dian Senate. The right had he assisted by first marshal 
been denied by the Supreme cdlve Wlggs snd second mar 
Court of Canada, which ruled ah al Ruby Duplaln 


Reg. $439.95. 

JANUARY SALK PRIC 


i would *s nxxasD to catx 

OS YOU «• (wit* wck ••«(«»• 
At in# pot- b>> oni« <rrm u. #tr , 
w mat n*Kl »» «#■• lr »™ 
u.t of tout r.#m* nr aroo#nf 

■eiBManor rr coats you xotm 


ROYAL OAK 


Trade-in TV la working onlei 


HAVE A CURVt LOnaivO POB 
•• iJr* ? 'W* • H *» ’h 

Oirm ib "AR BAY Mj*t 
a ..I % rt lR ■iBrnini e* #•«•»- 
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Awn i»*> rnrnr Al»' i -at 


SAVE 


(#• |\: <>■ rath B#i -^r 
Ev s Kiss x#*l>) 


Victoria Toastmistress Club 
will meet st The Tea Cottage. 
Fort Street, on Tuesday at 5.45 
p m. 


t H » VR It vA C**H ROW OU>W 
tnoi Ijr Hnmt U »•« «»->rt tn - 
mHiilr t*i# rAll t« -ft 

rlttiw »»ll •/( tt >At* Rill 

HMiw rVMMl ■#»(*•#• ler* 
A- ,-in#» at VumTiA Li* 


Model 


NOW IS THE TIME 


TN T HR VICtKITY OK JU SILKS 
ar n Jwtpt • HMftMl — Too 
Akd#r-(fp# bwNt. % - 1 room i 

JmiroAioko Ml# U prwo it rUfK 
ItMBU IntAotmmv Co LtA Alt 
Tan St . BY I-1I1A W t Soo«- 
man. »**t RY (-004 


Choice of two temper- 
ature washings, three- 
ring agitator, automa- 
tic timing, rapid-dry 
spin, suds water saver, 
new two-speed drive, 
porcelain enamel top. 


SATURDAY 

LAST DAY 

CLEARANCE 

WOMEN'S SHOES 


HAPPY VALLEY 


10 MILE POINT 


wiroTumn c v 5-5422 
fr»G FORT STRUCT 


CORDOVA BAY 


For lb# niitmii aaA rack immimI 
(At AollAins «B# «t#o»itrins tMHMl- 
lATlY f#« If (Sift? f»l Al (h# 

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gram 


JANUARY RALE PRICE 


SAN JUAN 


Mrs. Gladys Perrin will be 
Instructor of the spring pro- 
gram of Oak Bay Art Club 
w hich will start Jsn. 20 st 7 TO 
p m. In Oak Bay municipal 
hall. 

Officers for this year sre 
Miss Dale Sutheiland, presi- 
dent; Mrs D. G. Ingham, 
secretary-treasurer; snd H. 
Sirggles. Mrs. E Thompson 
and Mrs. E- Bell, executive 
Those inlere*led In Joining 
ihe cluh are asked lo call Mrs 
Ingham at EV 4 #290. 


Plana and •fixiMraUwna ar* avail* 
a* » V# Anna IM# ilMinal Cant>arl«>« 
(Mil? al lb* all it* al U»» IbiftUrf- 
Tr*aavi*r nf arhnal DUIrlct Mu IS 
1100 KMIm* Btr*«t Part AIB*tbI BC. 
and •( lb# (v-bnol Plannn* Of fir*. 
D#VArtaan( at MwaliM. YVi#ria 
■ C on pB?ni«ol •> lb# •«*! of 
Y**nl» fit# Dollar* M* OA far ##rK 
m (MM till *f r«lwl*A#A uRon t#- 
^•rlfMA Ilona. 

million o"Hln 
104 at lOM'ii 


1959 SPECIAL 

tMVKaTUrJll I 


•or 


l»ta of Other Models from Which to C hoose 


>•»»(• * t»» « aiftiroa* » 

nOOPMtll* *11 Rill lal- at M# r 
s*#ao*. ivimii m a 

WOTICR I* MWIBY OfVYW (bal " 
crtillikri and ullim h«HlM anv • )•"!>* S 


Re*. $16.9.1 to WLR.1 


QUICKFREZ REFRIGERATOR 

10 cu. ft., punh-btitton defrost, large freezer. crUjv 
er, shelves In door. Regular $3-19 95. 


Tb»ra l* a r»oA ael# lb# #rAi 
0 O «A tub's# in tba a. a ar, 
ditalAB .lira Im ««mi»irr 
(Afa* ar raastr* H«ir( 
*• noo Call V • r n a o Ci 
KVI-SttY. r*a. •>»!«• 
At»as Sram U# 


VIEW LOT— CLOSE IN 


BIG CLOTHING 
REDUCTIONS 


JANUARY SAIJ; PRICK 

Trade-In refrigerator, not over 10 
years old, in working order... ... 


nAT*r> iMa #!h 4a? af Janaai 

AO ••(# 

TMY KOVAL TKOTT Cr»V»ASY 


$4500 


iiomi aunoftia 
w«i»( *i**« (ram noie .m 
«hu vaaotlf'inr 'r«*.t Sal 
la< h»»h tor ao««. » —mat 
far .p I i#»»l H.AaA 
ran Qaa PatbtrS. W j till 
RV J I Jna |t?a t(*a4 H#Alt? 
YA# Fart Air*** 


LADIES* TAILORED SUITS 
REDUCED 25% 


Tender* for 

Renovation and Kopsira 
nf Seven Bonnea 

•aal#A • radar, ahaartn? rirm prtraa 
«UI Sr rrrrtrrA S* *h» CH? Cl mV 
fit? Hall VlrtMla l r as 0 »ttl 
noon TharrAa? Janarr* t* IAM far 
(••nolrun# tb# a Sara bomaa far 


OPKN FRIDAY TILL 9 


• a large group of 

CASUALS and 
FLATS 

Reg. $9.95. $10.95, $11.95, 


LADIES* COATS 


All Used Appliances at Clearance Price* 


* cantrc ykavtkw t/*rs v> 

pnratimr &•<*« lO«>l V >1 A . 
srn%*d C» ar-t (i IM OH 
SbrsRxr •«•** Rva-sm* KlnR 

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H« availAtor kaWiiw n r*h Ai 

1 *iaM< flran c i* - 

JM >br rwm rMa er-st 

l*b #*r tv limta so a#> a, p o#»» 

CLARK VtcVT AVY. Cl«t*lfA 


^ NO MONEY DOWN 

^ EASY. EASY TERMS 

S McLennan, McFeely & Prior Ltd. 

^ 1 100 fSovrrnment At. Phone KX 4>illl 


liii*ledew‘s 


749 Yates St 


I jmIW F'lne i tolhlag Hlora 


1*13 Fort at. — EV 4-47IS 




HOME 

rwniX^M « 

MlllTIPI F 

LISTING 


TWson's 6 rt 0 donquun 


M*gl*tr*le Henry C. Hall, 
confined to Koval Jubilee Hu* 
plial after becoming III »ud 
drnly Thuraday morning; t* 
progrmalng "MlUlwluHly," 
hospital Kpokr>men mid yen 
terday. 

Ill* doctor added that "the 
magistrate ha* shown ••on 
•ideiable Improvtmenl. And 


«p|ioliited on a tem|»or«ry 
hii-iM until Mr. Hall haa i#- 

bpwwA 


(’astro Thursday had eharfccd 1 other lehela and hinted the multi million Pillar tourist In 
a laigo aim* cache had hren dlrn-toiaie «•** re*pon*lble doatry meanwhile held an 
stolen Imm hla JurMUtDiin by Representative* of Cuba's emergency meeting and ad 

vised navel agenta abroad that 
^ pearl .-i the Caribbean” 

/ L ' a I wav irnit again able to offer 

/H) (TPt^W 1 ^ 1 I 4 & rum and rhumba In prace to 

\/ £jJL yL V/ 1 » ' L/ I I I I\ V thoae willing to pay for 'hem. 

CO .- ' The new Castro-backed rev©- 


HAVANA tUPIi - A rival 
rebel group aald Ki ida> It 
•mashed an attempt by die 
hard Batista supporters to 
assassinate Fidel Castro in a 
tommy gun ambush during hi* 
victory march Into Havana 
Thursday. 

The group, the "Revolution- 


During Magistrate Hall's ab- 
sence, hla pla*e has been 
filled In city police. court by 
clerk of the enyrl William 
Ostler, a stipendiary magis- 
trate. amt In Saanich and Oak 
Bay ••ourts by Magistrate A. I 
Thomas. Mr. Ostler may be 


m l ■ W J by disai ming civilians snd 

t f \ launching a ■w-jirch for the 

7 stolen weapons 

* More rebel court* were re 

pany aiguing over who con- ported organlxed for trial of 
trols a woods road. "assassins and torturers" of 

Bm»|c Issues were no cloaer the Batista regime A number 
to •rltlenient thsn on Dec .11 have already been condemned 

when 1.200 loegers struck. without formality ol trial 

A company official reported. Newspapers were filled with 
"We are moving step by step pictures and stories of arrests, 
to icgain Control of all gates accusations summary trials 
and gate bouses leading Into and executions 
all five wtMMl* divisions” | Some l -TOO |NM*on* were re 
Tlu* loggers ward Ihetr work ported awaiting trial In Hu 
week reduced from Kfl to M vans and another 2 K 2 were 
hours and a hash- hourly wage under arrest in Santiago, 
of $1.22 Instead of the present Ahout 20 have been reported 
$1 06. * executed without trial. 


Real event in the Glenn Holmgrain family history 
took place at Memphis, Tenn . with the birth of a 
baby girl. Jane Elizabeth was the first girl bom in 
the llolmgrain family in 200 years. Holmgrain 
couldn't believe it when the nurse told him it was 
a baby girl. , 


You'll lore tht rvmanttc candlelit atmoaphere 


DELICIOUS FOOD IS 
f vSTHE big feature 


Peace , Strength 
Dual Objective 


WOOD - - WOOD 

FREE WOOD 

Very Small Hauling Charge* Only 

DRY C EDAR . . . < Vaa . . . 12” l-eng 

3 BIG CORDS — $6.00 
2 CORDS — $5.00 

S Days Only 

Day phone: gV ?-4Ct Night Hume: BY 2AW« 

IDEAL FUEL CO. LTD. 


VS A S H IN (JTON ' APl - T l^nion message In ge 

Pi evident KUenhowgr ch-l tem*. ^-enhower ootUi 

tormldable but sensible 
lenged an oppoattlo* Demo fur ^ q( ,Uong w 

cratic Congress Friday to join balanced burtgel and 
him In quest of rtillUaty end against inflation, 
economic strength for the In these days when the 
I ntied States and a Just peace bombers "coat their Welg 
lor a fearful world gold.’* Elsenhower said 

These were *he ffreal goals cun afford everything 
aet forth fbr the year ahead rlearly need, hut we n 
in the presidential Stale of the affoi’d QMt cent of waslr 


REDUCE 


CALL 


STAUFFER NOME PLAN 

1915 M hot bolt Si. 


SAVE Every Day 

at the 

. 7 Bay’s Old Fashioned 
r">w JANUARY „ 


Store Houm: Monday through Saturday 
9 a.m. to &JM p m. 

Shop Friday 9 a.m. In 9 p m. 

On Sale Fridiy Evening 6 to 9 p.m. and All Day Saturday 


KV 5-131 


Annual Savings Jamboree from the BAY 

Specially made and priced 
by Sealy for this sale . . . 


SAVE Many Dollars at the Bay’s Annual January 


Limited Quantity, 
Made Just Like Sealy 
S9.S0 Mattress 


Fabric, Labor, Lining and Findings All Included in the One 
Low Price . . . Wide Choice of Fabric, Colors and Patterns 


Button-Free 

Mattress 


Screen Prints 
and Plains 


S3 down, S3 month 


Matching Box Spring 

39.05 


Complete 

with 

Fabric 

Labor 

lining 

Finding* 


• .smooth top... no bum pa, 
no lumpa. 

• Hundreds of firm coil 
spring*. 

• Crush proof, pre- -built 
borders won’t sag. 

• Ourafcle decorator- 
designed cover. 

• Top value at this low, 
low price. 


White, grey and betge background with rkh. Vivid 
flora I prints to give warmth and depth to your 
room. In answer to popular demand we have an 
exceptionally wide selection of plain* In a multi- 
tude of colors . . . gold, white, beige, roar blue, 
aqua, celodoii. pink Ice. copper, undalwond and 
nutmee Slight touches of lurex thread running 
through some fabrics give added highlights to 
your drape* 

♦ Terms Available oa Purrhasr* of 
SIS or over, minimum S5 down 


2-piece anniversary special M . 
Sealy mattress and box spring 


Antique Satins 


Only S7 down. %1 month 
Full or twin 
^ I auallv 99 30 


Printed Cretonnes 


• Hundred* of 
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• Smartly styled 
durable rover* 

• Vented sides, 
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handled. 


Complete 

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Rod* are made from lightweight steel, have nylon glide* and are Ivory in 


Unlng 

Findings 


Rung In the meauurementu of your *lndow or wall *p*re and have 
•n expert Install youe drape* at amall extra charge to give the he*t 
effect pnaalble Our workmanship la the finest available and we feel 
sure that you will tie salaried with the result* Come In today and 
•ee for v nurse If 

• Order* filled In strict rotation. 


Rich antique mIIiU wnth a deep drape In four out- 
•landing pattern* . . . modern* and floral* with 
white, beige and grey bark ground* and a variety 
of highlight color* Including turquoise, green and 


Save on Sealy’s 78th Birthday Buys from 
the BAY’S Furniture Dept. -4th floor 

Hurry! Quantities Limited 


ru»t. A wide color *elertlon of printed cretonne* 
in modem and floral pattern* 

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cloudy , mild 
some showers 


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\ M I OKI A. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, I9.V> 


ANC'HOKAUE, A hi »l,a <AI') — Warrant Of 
fleer llort Schnhter of Ihe air lorre hnd no trouble 
identifying the tiling iikjrd that struck his auto 
during a Hind dorm. It was a ImimI. 

Bri'omion airborne on a tid-niilr-an-liour wind. 
I ho I Moot aluminum lx* I sailed nearly half a 
block before it struck S(h«hlrr\ car. 


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VA.MOCVKK-iliarl toca 
I ton o 1 llw- main Wnn»r4»rf« 
dam <m the peace Kim will be 
rbtara t) Knar* River Power 
Development ilmtoiv Feb. IV 


Former B.l’. Power Com- 
missioner H. H. Griffin yes- 
terday, in effect, told the 
Shrum royal commission 
into power commission 
operations that one way to 
provide future rural electri- 
fication would be for the 
BC. Power Commission to 
take over operations of the 
B.C. Electric Co 

Mr Griffin told the commie 
stonerr that in hu opinion 
there were several way* in 
which the Inctdrnce ot lural 
elecmficaiion coat* cvuM t»a 
taken from ihe power com- 
mission's present city, town 
and village customer* 

i»ne way. he «ald. was “to 
have all generation and nans- 
mission i other thsn tor solely 
Industrial purposes! in !»•# 
ownership and control of one 
public authority." 

TAKE ovrit OPERATION* 
This obviously meanb that 
the B.C Power Commission 
should take over operations of 
such big companies as the B C. 
Electric and West Kootenay 
power and Light Co. 

Mr Ciriffin said the ”succr*a 
of the Ontario Hydro Electric 
Commission ... la something 
to be striven for in this pros 
ince “ 

He mid ‘the dperatlons of 
that commission have resulted 
In Integration, reasona hie 
lates and rural electrification 
i within reasonable eoonomit 
limits, “ 

ALL DEVELOPMENT 

Mr. Grtffln said that other 
ways thr power rummisslon 
touid subsidize rural electrific- 
ation would he to authorize 
the romml««t»n to lake over 
one or moie metropolitan 
areas not now served by It. or 
to have the power commission 
undertake all new- major 
power development, except for 
purely Industrial undertakings 
He said the sale of that 
power to the metropolitan 
areas of Vancouver and Vic- 
toria and to the Lower Fraser 
Valley if It hnre a surcharge 
should he more than sufflrl 
ent to carry all present and 
future rural electrification in 
the prov true. 

HELLING POWER 
Thai would mean the power 
commission developing t h a 
Peace Rivefc Columbia. Fraser 
River and Homathko systems 
and selling the power to the 
• B.C. Electric. 

But Premier Benneit ap- 
parently has other Ideas. Mr. 
Grtffln said that last January 
Premier Bennett warned Ihe 
commissioners againat over- 
[ capacity and told them he was 
expecting word on the Wen. 
ner-Grrn development and If 
It came future supply of 
power to the commission. In- 
cluding Vancouver Island 
would he no problem 

Mr Grtffln said that when 
the ptemler was asked If the 
power commission could tta 
future planning to thoae re- 
marks, the premier would 
make no comment 
I -AST WfTNEMM 

Mr Grtffln. who told the 
commissioner* that his resig. 
nation Nov 16 was "related 
directly to ihe rearrangement 
of provincial finances’* wa« 
the last prison in testify 
before the Shrum commission 
yesterday before It adjourned 
until Feb. % at 9 am, in tha 
j Empress Hotel 

At yesterday * hearings: ’ 

I Rnval commission chair, 
man Dr. Gordon Shrum said 
he had “bought «gpir B.C. 
Electric share* and f wish I 
could sell them for what | 
paid fnr them" 


CIUDAD TKt JILLO. It« 
silrix an Republic — Fanner 
dictator Fulgenrto lUllsta uM 
he Bed into exile here under 
pressure from his military 
chief* who *atd they were no 
tonger able In maintain order, 


CAIRO — •mam and Egypt 
have agreed to resume fi- 
nancial bargaining, spurring 
Hopes uf a resumption uf 
diplomatic relation* 


KIM.* PORT. Tenn — A 
ground party reached the 
burned and twisted wreckage 
uf a Hnulheasl Airlines plane 
and confirmed that all !• pas 
sengeni and crew member* 
perished In Thursday night's 
crash. 


A wave of an arm spell* death for this woman. The 
bearded follower of Cuban revolutionary Fidel 
Castro acted as judge when she was accused of 
causing Ihe deaths of two youths when, as secre- 
tary to a Batista government official, she informed 
on them. She and many others have been executed 
by the rebrls and hundreds are in prison awaiting 
trial. (See story on Page 22.) 


Mt;H tORK — IW Secretary 

(vcncrnl D*g llaiuinarsk johl 
arrived here by plane from 
Rome after a three week lour 
of Ihe Middle East and Africa. 


Macmillan Leaving 


They look alike, talk alike and even think 
alike, hut these twins grew up 3,000 miles 
apart unaware of the other's existence. 
Mrs. Marion Smith, left, and Mrs. Margaret 


Judson “reflect" each other at St. Joseph’s 
Hospital, where Mrs. Judson is a ward 
clerk. — (Colonist photo.) 


Wc Almost Kan led* Say Sisters 


Association, Harry H*> at 
Haskatnon. talked with 1-1 n an c e 
MtnWter Homing and said 
afterward he doe* ntd expert 
any Immediate dtrm t fed-ral 
aid foe elementary sod seroe 
darv education. 


mrl and l nknown 


who was trying to make a fast 
pound no speculation 

The residence ha* been 
altered and patched up 
through the years, but up to.' 
this century tt hadn't even a 
bathroom Prime ministers 
were forced to *11 In tuba filled 
bv hot watei brought in 
kettle* 

Margot Asquith wife of 
Henry Asquith, was nut i aged 
at the lack of a bathroom 
when she moved In upon her 
husband becoming prime min 
min t «> 1908 She had the 
situation remedied, hut even 
today there Is a shortage of 
bathrooms, both In the rest 
dentlal quarter* and state 
sections. 

MAJOR ALTERATION* 

Macmillan has ordered ma 
Jor structural a Duration* Out 
of respect for tradition and the 
Englishman* love for the 
continuity of Institutions, the 
outer lacade of the building 
will he preserved 


Twins United by Fate 


VIENTIANE, las* — t urn 
munlu North Viet Nsmeae 
troop* have penetrated the 
Indochinese kingdom at lao* 
nine mile* nod see helping 
I e<>( tan Communist* me ape. 


brick resident* built In the 
17lh Century get* a majoi 
facelifting 
NO HATE HKT 
No date ha* been sri foi 
the move hut each day the 
chance* of the prime minister 
crashing through an old ter- 
mite-eaten floor ln« rease 
Macmillan wa« appalled at 
conditions of the structure 
when lie moved In with hit 
family two vear* ago in sue 
cession to Sir Anthony Eden. 
He set up a committee to 
investigate. 

WORST HL'HPK ION8 

It confirmed ht* worst *u« 
pU'tona In a report sub- 
mitted last year the commit- 
tee *ald 10 Downing Street 
was in serious danger of col 
lapsing Floors In the state 
room* were so weakened by 
age and termites that a llmll 
had to be set on the size of 
official parlies 

Seventeenth century diarist 
1 Samuel Pep;* described the 
who wonlrd .o rrtirm .ml Kromhn ho ,1*. ulud thirty »«Uer « portldtou. ro«ur 
thoae who wanted lo stick Jreely about the Soviet poller 

with the old system aystem Wnmatt 

In Ihe rase of Molotov, he A dlal Stevenson. Mlkoyan a \zllV VTUllUlll 
said JI respect him very hoB , ** the dinner, asked him * 

much.” whether people can still he af- ¥ • a O 0 

There was an Interruption rested merely an suspicion In ljflSl 31 i5C3 • 
from the fluori "What about j ihe U.S.S.R. 

Herta? Did you respect him*" . Mlkoyan replied: CHjf detectives and RCMP 

"I knew Berta well. I did -Formerly people could he *r» Inveatlgatlng Ihe pna*lbil 
not respect him He was an lo ^ |uat by an »*y • middle aged Victoria 

adventurer, a capable man. ortV>r o| |h# mlril) , try ot , n . woman was lost at sea during 
but an Intriguer, a man affaira. The polite rotikl the Prince** Joan s rroastng 

out principles of any sort You ArrWt people without approval from Victoria to Vancouver. 

* f>u,,n "* man by the prosecutor There was Thursday, 
tn^pniittr-s | misuse of the rules lor the re Miriam Bell, about SO ha# 

DKATMH OVER |aa*e uf nrlaoners from been missing from Wayside 


When Mrs. Margaret Judson and Mrs. 
Marion .Smith first faced each other and sus- 
pected the truth, they were surprised to the 
point of tears. 

i lr*l" Rhev 4,1 R*timH name (fiat he 
,.,,i n asked hi* mother in Toronto 

to fltid if Marion had )oinrd 
,^ w the army and was amazed 
,,s * ' when his mother uhI Maiion 

•vedtoVtc* WM •'*•* •round 
mi! for 21 »he 

she had a *** **"' «* work «" ,h# 
Toronto poat uffue Where one 

u| l hr gill* mat I r her nervous 
P * 1 hy staring al her and some 
^ lUrt* time* calling her Marton She 
1 * ° finally d»*clded to have a look 

. „ at this Markin, and traced her 

and totally 

. _. ; tu the department atore whoie 

'ir was working, 
rtial was when they “almoat 


Victoria Boasts 
Lots of Twins 


VANt OlYKI — Two night 
club “hounrer*” were f lived 
I'M each when a police magi* 
(rule found them guilty of 


Chance* of bring horn twin* in Victoria appear 
mil lo be too rare. 

Twenty-two., set* of twin* were born al Hi. 
-losrpbm Hospital ia 19.W. five in September alone. 

And in the first week of IM9. three set* of 
twin* were born at the hospital. 


aister 

Born In Toronli 
fur adoption. Ms 
lip In Vancouver 
In Toronto 

That far (|mi 1 
linawaie of each 
enca. Margaret and Marion 
began to t*e drawn tugethri 
during the war. In the tame 
month of the *dme year, Mur 
gate! Joined the Canadian 


Molotov's Star May Rise 
Mikoyan Tells Lawyers 


Reih Sieve! rn 
Bitter Pill 

(Page 3) 


army sent 

j work in the ba< 
in Ottawa She < 
• a soldier who.lt 
me street as M.j 


Stark Religion 
Rroatltcoy Hit 

(Page 5i 


1 omtea 

Financial New* 


IGF <Pa!» Dunn, aenin« 
memhrr of power roernn I *»loq 
extern*l auditor*. I*may. Rm*. 
ton Dunn A Co., admitted h« 
suggested to former general 
manager H law Rrtggs that 
they should not be aeen leaving 
his <Mr. Dunn'si office to 
gether, but explained that 0 
was out of deference to Mr 
Continued no Tag* S 





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ll >1 ABI I'll! I> 18 ..MI 


rrospwis 
In Future 


B.C. Hospital Insurance 
Service "has tnicceMfuliy 
completed a full decade of 
progresiUve development,” 
Health and Welfare Minis- 
ter Eric Martin announced 
yesterday. 

H«* «nd it I* recognized a* 
"providing the moat all-tncUit 
Ivr hospital insurance covet 
age on this continent with ex 
celleni prospects tor future 
expansion of facilities and 


lleatlqtiarlers Nearly Ready 

•tion at Camosun into shape on new sites at Queens and Chamber*. but the city may 

lilh seven house* vet sell them "as is." The new two-storey hall will cost between 

hall. Firms have jaVi.OOO and $400,000 when completed. (Colonist photo.) 


Ratepayers 
Just Groan. 
Skin Protests 


irouiul the Islam! 


About %J l« 000 non ha* heen 
paid toward mnrr than 2 ldO • 

<**» n«*.pitnl aoiHint* and an 
additional £*1,000 000 hax heen 
speni by the provincial gov 
rrnment in assisting hospital* 
with const i urtlon co»t* and 
purrha*e of equipment. In Ihe 
past 10 years. 

(Qualified residents are 
covered for a* long <u I hey re 
quire hosipial wrvii-^ for an 
acute condition and many In 
dividual hill* of ft urn £Y<»tf 
Im SlO.iSNl have heen paid the 
large*! being an account of a pmin 
£30 206 fur a paitenl who «u huiden 
hospitalized |n August, 1951 ment* 
and who is still receiving bene raised a: 
tH 100 prr 


Victoria rat»»|ui\ers 
of taxation this \«ir. tl 
. ntl\ have ic;tli/f*l 
itiurwil and not much u?* 
The city rr.enlly -eni r 


sments, 


Sale nf Shawnlgan l-ake NANAI 
property owned by Kapoor resilient* 
Sawmill* Lid valued at about merit lor 
$3.1100 <Hl> to HC. ForrsJ 2»* pint* • 
Product* Ltd. may he eon blood clln 
eluded aoon pre*entcd 

Only the H.nOb.i* re tiolilmg nail. t*. 
of the Ka|*N»i company near Cyril Cor 
Shawnigan is involved her of C 

Tara Singh Sidd«H». a major chairman 
shareholder In the Kapoor lertlflcah 
company said In Vancouvrt Smith of 
last nlghi that ‘the contra* t first 19'»f 
ha* not been signed yet. that l**W In 
is all 1 can say " on Jan. 1 

Negotiations i between the 
two companies started mote ('Ol ’R| 
than a month ago. 

BCFP president C D £*?’ ‘ n 
1 Dlcbev, railed In Vancouver. ’ ' 

, said T wish 1 could say more. 
hui I can't. No comment ’ *.*/*! 

Mr. Slddno dlscloaed that ' V _ 
only Kapoor land and limber , W. J 
at Shawntgan Lake Is being ( ouri<,n * 
discussed not the rixnpanv 'a •t’-* 1 11 
land and timber at Leechtown. ^ (KJ ** 
Sooke and Vancouver >*** r •** 

An executive member of 2 

the Vancouver real esiate com 
pany handling the negotiations NANA 
said he "expo«l#” the paper* ks si j 
to he signed Feb. 1 tnspassi 

The deal Is believed lo in WJV j ri( 
volve 8.000 prime acres of land p P .r>,j[.. r 
west of Shawnlgan Lake. next n ,., n .„ ,u 
to Hi’ Forest Products Ltd 
property. 

Stddon Kspnoi. president of r,,m P* r * 
• he company, is in India and * "* - 
expected hark Thursday. , P 


paled 


teener ally hrneflls include 
standard ward accommodation, 
dietary and general nursing 
service* approved drug* and 
prescription* and all other 
available hospital service* 
Anyone who ha# res tiled •prr 
manenily tn the province for 
three ronserutlve months is 
entitled to receive benefit*. 

A total of 69 major h<«*piral 
projects were completed dur- 
ing I hr past 10 years, and .37 
more are now |n the construe 
lion ot planning stage* 

A*M KANt F TO li t 


JACK fTMTVAIRE 


All iNtlMtngs in Hilt 
lhw-l»> aril at Esquimau will 
ret rive heal fnuo a proposed 
new central steam plant. At 
present irvdlv tihval plants 
are smile red Ihnuixh the 
area Temlers (i*r the H*H 
have Iteen called and work 
should start sometime In 
March 


nun sniri i hut pr 
ill probnbb he rw 
week 


l„ facillMc* is assurance lo Brit* 
... tlsh Columbian* that every 
lie **hort I* being made to main 
4r lain adequate aruterare bed 
. requirement*. to meet the 
need* of a rapidly growing 
s population " 

HO Ihgh standard* of flatten, 
ipl cate and rapid growth In fa 
rllltle* "have almost tripled 
I,, the mat of hospital ope latino 
rn in thu province a mult! mil- 
(|f hnn-dnllar a year hustoe«s '* 

or INt KFASF. APPARENT 

"The degree of Increase I* 
n ' apparent when the total ex- 
,0 pendtturr* of $15 dftu.ontl marie 
,ul hy HC puhlk hospital,* In 194* 
• n are compared to an estimated 
$1 j tifXMXX) In 195k 
•** B.C '* hospitals have "ex* 
*' 1 ’ pA mi let I and deve|npe<1 tn a 
ide available for point where a high standard 
wmk' he auid of patient care I* available lo 
—•••I Unit props l* every resident of the province; 
I up SO lion mold an achievement of which all 
provide winter , level* of hospital artmlnlatia 


Frenchin 

Begins 

Monday 


the mutt 

► protests 


of lllumii 


t active tesldentlal are**” 
had to he re«s*r**ed lo 
lip with the trend In qjar 
prices but ‘ the hulk of 


he com pur 
ect «»f pla« 


4* TO l\ Mf \ 

Mi fnllaid -I'd vest 
the work would duetto 
ploy between lh and l'» 

• And he *aid there 
l«-en no difficulty ft 


Striking 

Students 


form 


omes 


of ducts and vault*, on B 
between Fort and View 
*r> Dcnigla* between Hr* 
ton Md Courtney. 


SociolyA projoefed $n00,0 (K) low-rent senior nt 
hotiKinK rlrvelojnnenf P experteri lo start Feb. i 
Wtltiams. lanlrting superintendent, said yexierday 

Hr said he also “ex|)ects'* 
that the building will he com 
pleled hy the end of May and 
the ftr*t reslrlenl* allowert In 
shortly after. 

Tender call f»*r the United 
Churrh sponsored aoricty hous 
mg will *tari Monday. Tetulet* 

will he opened Jan W. 

"After lliat." said \1r. Wil. 
ham*- ' const rurtloii should 
•tart in a naiple nf days.” 

The first building on the 
five acre site will contain four 


Tiro- Ward Plan 
Saanich Proposal 


mshed w ,.h the rent including ^ who said he had TfZZZU "L 

heat and ultlitle* he *a»rt ‘ lived In this country for .10 ^ * J . h ’ * u '< p ' n ‘* fo 

Tlte unit* will he hudt .« VP , rv accompanied to 

the nwmej la available , tMirl ^ , n mterpreter De ^ C hr " u, J VVH, * n * ,on 

”Of the £500.000 cost (Mr the <iJllon thr murl Mll , ^ nn the,, way to Nanaimo from 

fimt unit, the society ha* to handed down on Jan 13 n< * Non,, 

raise one thlrd ” said Mr. Nflf * * * The students went on strike 

•el "The provincial govern i*nYSMiTH a Thur "biy •»» ««P|K>rt of We|. 

men, will' ur..mate ,y P^de Mi Z sl *2^ 

onethlrd and ihr res M, H John's Anglican chureh Christ- m * n ^ , , h "' irh '»l hoard 

eomr from the brwrd of rvan* rr , reinstate ihe hu* service which 

gell«n and m- 1.1 *ervhe of wh|ch h-f boo * rd , hp Sund(|V «*K»k them to school last year. 

school projection fund lo $1(T7 IN -UAI.K LIMIT" 

The u n Ms, designed hv * a ♦ 

Charles E. Cfaig. the society's ---- . Wellington I. within the 25 

archttrci will he completely _ TO . R ^. A ”J N ! ‘ Bno " S w • 1 * bmlf beyond 

designed fot older people aakl J . Au * , ‘" , ^ r fJ ,,r f,X> _7 Wh ‘ Ch ' h *‘ P rov,nc1 *' * ov ' rT1 
M» Naftei K«*cky Mountain House Al ment share* transportation 

The resident* will have to A ^ 2 ro " !# w " h ,hr bo * rrt Th " 

supply food and other nere* IT. ho-nl dpr *‘ lwl ,rt ' * nct ’' ,he 

All*an s Anglican ( hurch here, aqrvlre. when It had to provlda 

Single suite* will have a * * * tmm Its own funds 

kitchen and bedsitting room. PORT ALBF.RN1 Lettei IV*plte vesterdav s arrange* 
married suites will consist of carrier service will hr extend ment. Triorne* L. Sawden, 
a kitchen bedroom and living rd to the new Mousing arcs president of rVelllngton Rale* 
loom All will have private north of Bedford ami east of payers’ A*-<>clat1on. said irate 
bathrooms. Fourteenth Avenue as soon as parents still Intend to Inter* 

Last budding to he erected street and walking conditions view education minister Leslie 
will have a chapel and social- are improved, postmaster l»e* ' Peterson In Victoria and press 
i meat ion centre. Hammer announced here, for a permanent bus service. 


ills ptiniu worn* « 
snd Ihe retail meixli 
lion of ihe C*ha 
t'ommei re 

ln*l«ll«Hoo of wit 
undei ground dials 
movAl of overheud 
ev|M«< ted to he unde 
I hr next two winter 


KdntrndMctlon of the ward meeting of Prospect Lake and 
stem in SAanirh municipal Pi*tr»rt Community Associ- 
ation Monday night. 

David C* Wright, 5.167 
Ruston who w»s chairman of 
i\ s[iectal committer appointed 
lo. investigate Saanich counrll's 
proposed subdivision control 
hvlaw will make the sugges 
tlon 

lalmlng credit for in chllthnn'a brH»k and attributing "1 have In mind Ihe election 
the telephone, the ^ if to 'L. Tolstoy . » , a great ,,| two councillors from School 
aircrafl and radio .* Russian wriln Dtotriet «3, the rural area of 

now claiming credit Leo Tolstoy, who lived from ... . 

locks and Ihe Three 1R27 to 1910. is best known fof snd the election of 

hi* novel. "War and Peace’* four more councillors from 
idian brniksttm* *|»r The wdver using card makes no school District 61. the urban 
m Soviet publications mention of Robert Southey .. . . , , n h , Thl# 

rd to Victoria Public ihe English poe* : FT?4-tfM3, 

hi* week Advertising who Is generally credited with balance* pretty closely 

h Bears as an 11 page originating the lale. • with population 


Goldilocks anti Rears 




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VAM Ol \ IS-KuH Inca 
Itofi of Ihr main VA enn*-r 4»r*-n 
•Uni on I he |V«rr RRe? w 111 he 
chosen by Peace Klirr Power 
Onelopnienl flracton Kek. 19 


Cl UL All TKt -111.14). Do- 
minican Republic — Kormer 
SrlaUir Kulcenclo BalMa aid 
he fled Into eille here under 
prewMire from hi* military 
chief, who mW lhe> were no 
tnwrer nhte to maintain order. 


C AIRO — Britain and Egypt 
have agreed to reanme fi- 
nancial bare al nine spurring 
hope, of a resumption of 
diplomallr relation,. 


hi M.*»l*OK I , Tenn. — A 
ground party reached the 
horned and twisted wrr«-knge 
of a Southeast Airline, pUne 
and confirmed that all I* pa, 
•enrerm and crew member, 
perished In Thursday night's 
rraah. 


A wave of an arm spoils death for this woman. The 
bearded follower of Cuban revolutionary Fidel 
(astro acted as judge when she was accused of 
causing the deaths of two youths when, as •rcre- 
tary to a Batista gournment official, she informed 
on them. She and many others have been executed 
by the rebels and hundreds are in prison awaiting 
trial. (See story on Page 22.) 


VAI l.ETTA. Malta— Walla • 
labor Party said N will evpel 
an» nremher whn «IU on the 
government council Britain 
plans to replace the Island » 
suspended Parliament 


Macmillan Leaving 


They look alike, talk alike and even think 
alike, but thcne twins grew up 3.000 miles 
apart unaware of the other’s existence. 
Mrs. Marion Smith, left, and Mrs. Margaret 


Judson '•reflect” each other at St. Joseph’s 
Hospital, where Mrs. Judson is a ward 
clerk. — (Colonist photo.) 


XAOPIK, India — Prime 
MlnUter \ehru won unanl 
"••Hu approval of the t oocrrw 
Parly for s program In create 
a ‘democratic and MirtalUl 
-»* tety' and a dynamlr fniwlh 
•if India, rconumy. 


*We Almost Bawled* Sa y Sisters 

Apart and Unknown , 
Twins United by Fate 


OTTAWA— The president of 
the t anadlan hoot Trustees' 
AomlalhNi. Harry Hay of 
,a4taliMin. talked with IlnaiHt 
Mlnlater firming and said 
afterward hr due, not expert 
any Immediate dire, I federal 
aid for dUmentary and onw 
dary educafkMi. 


LONDON ( Reuters) — Plans were ma<ie Tuesday 
for Prime Minister Macmillan to vacate 10 Downing 
Street before the historic three-floor building eaves in 
from old age 

Macmillan and hU ataff who was iry‘n» »« t"*** • fast 
will move their headquarters pound on speculation > 
lo nearby admiralty buildings. The residence has been 
ai-rording In pre-*enl plans, altered and patched up 
while ihe imof • darkened 'hrough the yea r* hui up to 
brick lesldenoe bulll in Ihe ibis century tt hadn’t even 2 
17th Century gel* a mapu bathroom. Primr ministers 
fa« ellfting were forced lo alt In luha tilled 

NO DATS MET br,>0,h ' *" 

No date t)m» bee,, set for Margol Anulth w(f# of 
ihe move bill each day Ihe Hrnry AsgtUlh, was outraged 
rharues of Ihe prime minister „ Ih<> Uck of # ^, hrnnm 
crashing th.ough an old. ter- * hf . n ^ , n u ^ 

mlteealen floor increase husband becoming prime min 

Macmillan was appalled at , n ,<** 3h , h , d th , 

conditions of the structure a | Vua( |, >n remedied but even 
when he moved in with hia „ Mta> , hw * , .hortage of 
family two years ago In sue bathrooms, both In the real 
region lo Sir Anthony Eden, dentlal qu , ftrr , >nd Mtt 
He set up a committee to M^tiona 
Wchnel investigate MA-fOK Al.TKK ATIONM 

IT woltsT • Macmillan has ordered ms 

. „ It ••onflrmed his worst su« )°r structural alteration* Out 
ptriona. In a report sub- ®f respect for tradition and the 
milted Iasi year Ihe commit- Englishman** love for the 


VIENTIANE, la.. - Com 
munt«i Notili VIH Nanw^e 
ln«»ps have penetrated Ihe 
InfoMnce kingdom of la*, 
nine mile, and are kelplng 
Indian I onummlsts m tpe. 


Victoria Boasts 
Lots of Twins 


Chance* of being born twia* in Victoria appear 
not lo be too rare. 

Twenty-two sets of twins were horn nl Ht. 
Joseph’s Hospital in 1938. five in September alone. 

And in the first week of 1959. three sets of 
twins were born at the hospital. 


Molotov's Star May Rii 
Mikoyan Tells Lawyer 


Red» Street en 
Hitler Hill 

(Page 3) 


Stark Religion 
Rroarheay Hit 

(Page 5) 


J- C. V. «pal> Dunn, senior 
member of power commission 
external auditors. Umax, bots 
ton Dunn * Co., admitted he 
suggested to former general 
manager H Lee Briggs that 
they should no! be seen leaving 
his l Mr. Dunn's • office In- 
gel her lyut explained that It 
was out of deference lo Mr. 
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