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li 30 p.m. to t a m. 

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No. 23 — 101m YEAR 


VKTORIA, BRniSH COLUMBIA* SUNDAY* JANUARY 11, 1959 


62 PAGES 


But with Candy 


HAVANA ( AP)-~-t'uhoa air forc^ pilot<* who 
Bati'iU neat to drop bomlM oa drfeiM*e)owi fowa« 
aro KoiBK to do v>mr morr biunbiiiK. But thU timr 
on lll« ordora of rebel leader Fidel Caatro the piloti^ 
will fly back to 1^ \ Ufaw and Orieate proviareA to 
bombard the wmr-tora area» with baa« of randy, 
food aad doUiiBit for childreB of p<ior Cuban 
famibe*. 


Clinging to ‘^iicA ’s’ Collar 
Boy, II, Is Towed to Shore 


An ciRhl-year-old boy drowned in a Central Saanich 
pond yesterday afternoon and the life of an 11-year-old 
playmate was saved by his dog when their raft capsized. 

[>avld Kink hl^ lltr in 

the frrr/ing watrro of • »mall 
pund )UHt am'kk ihr r'Wd from 
hi» hcimr Hl« p«rrni» air Mr 
and Mr«i I>)uglaa Kink, Tath 
Kaat Saamrh Road 

Savtal by hi» d<>g ' Butk a L 
big pat< l.ahra<k>r wa*> Hugh 
Wood f>aMd'a «-hum and nrat )•- ^ 

diMir noighhm whiMr parrni« 

are Mi arvi Mrs Hoiigla* 

W«N.d 1022 I'jial Saamrh R<>ai1 
Amnhrr »urvt>ui waa Slew rflnfa 
ari K>(e m. .X-IO Quadra whu 

atrpfw^t a«h«irr iu*t li^tore (he P *■■ 
rail iip|ied ovei ^ 4 ^^ 

"r>aMd'« bevn loNI mi>e an>l 
time again not to pla\ In «he a[B| 
pond the hii> • mnihef *wid m 
laai mghr h 

"But he wa« all hin full of 
life ami whai b«i\ i-an le^lni 1 " 

a jMind and a r*fl’ f 

Al.l. « \KNr.l» I , 

Mr MimkI Mid "all t|>c ki<L« ■pM' 
in ihe rieighIvirh'Kid (n<lud- | • -'1 

ing mv Hugh havp bpen ■ • 
warned nol 10 plav on t»»e 
pond n _ 

1 Know '’>al if M hadn l hrpn L 

f«r old Bu<’k m> h<>> would 
have drowned tuu 
The iragedN itrrtiried al 3 13 i 

p m When the ihfee hoy* were | 

00 lha rail h> the adge of trw 
■omtf )iM« a^ 1*aif Irla Bay 

^Miiaray. 300 earda n<mh af V** ' 

T<*Vi:i aph R*-ad The dug wa* * 

on ahore young Hugh «eid X 

••Juai then Burk ataned 
geitttig on the raft and ■' gut 
a hit tippy. 

01 T TO MlhOl.K 

‘Siewart «te|rped off .1 

the giiojnd pi«t Burk g<>i 

on and 'he lati went out it> 
waid the middle arid t»«en it Wf^ 

Itpfieil uvei k 'I w 

I grahhof] Hu> k • (ullai I — — 
rant *wim verv well and he — 

pulled me aahore 1 1 

Meanwhile W'tmr«ike« *atd. ■ 

iwii other vrning hoy* lan' » 

about a quarter mile inr help 
to w her e Kt le * (wo hrnlhers ■ w 

Ken IH ar>d J«>hn, lf» were B J 

building a hain on Kyle prop^ I h 

eiu With therr wa« their " 

friend ri-tn Alevander If of 
K«quimalt 

RAN TO HKI r l anadl 

The three older h*>\* ditipped "tath»r 

♦heir tool* ran to the .VI h> .V P*f'* 
loot pond and began hunting 
for the Kink hoy AMUtlng <'Bt’ •' 
them wav arndher W.md boy 
Clifford M> pro|H.* 

The\ stripped off aome of ' ^ 
their I Inihea arrd waded into ‘'Hu-er 
the ny muddy water* ahai 
ti.w evept In the mirhlle |Htr 
tion where it 1 * about feel 
dorp 

After a few minute* ihey 
hwaterl the Kink >nung«ter on 
(lie hoMom of (hr pond and 
lerned him to «hore 

Artllli-tal leapiraimn wa* he 
gun immediately hy r)l<ki»>n 
Holloway annihei Ka*t saan 
irh Rond resident who had run 
to the p^irwl aftej hearing the 
rommoimn 

TRIKI) BK>T 

'T tiled my he*t " M» ll*«l 
loway «aid la«t night, "but 
Ihe bn) didn't I'ome around " 

Two trurkA tind an amhu 
lamr fr«Hn (he Ceniial Saanirh 
Volunteer >'lie I>e|Mirtmenl 
ai rived nhortly and member* 
worked oil Ihe lN«y lot 1(1 min 
oir* wiih an lithalaior 


WASHINGTON IAP>— 
The iurpfise Sov’iel bid for 
a hurry-up 2S-natkMt Ger- 
man pnce conference if 
unacceptable as it stands, 
(flplomatic offklabi said 
Saturda> But they prom- 
taed careful »tud> to see 
whether the move opens 
new possibilities for actual 
negotiation of (ierman 
bksues. 

Prvwidrni Kiaenhower and 
SvvMi nr«i Heputy Premier 
Anaata* I. Mlkoyan air sure 
to dlKMia the Soviet proposal 
when they meet here late IKM 
week. The iimmi of Mna 
rowr • announcement Saturday 
mav have been determined by 
Mikoyan's impending meet 
Inga with Elaenhower and 
Secretary of Slat* Dulle*. 


MOSCOW lAPt The S» 

Viet Cnlon propoaed the 
Speedy negotiation of a t^r*. 
maa paare treaty aa a *«ep 
toward aettUng the We*t Ber 
lln problem It Higgeeted a 
2S-nation peoi-e confereme in 
Waraaw or Prague within 
two month* 

12 PAGK NOTK 
TIv propoMl wa* made In 
a U page note fo T7 other 
countrte* whk-h had fought 
against Hltirr'a for*-r* tn 
the Second World War 
With It Ihe Kremlm <U«irib 
uted a ZVpagr proponal fur 
a draft treaty for Germany 
which, eacepi for *ome ad«ll- 
tkms. wa* •imllar (o a draft 
ordered h> hrmrer Koreign 
MtnlMer V M. Mokdov to ihe 
un*ucceasful Kurelgn Mint* 
l*r«' Conference In Berlin in 
IbM 

INAfTKPTABi.r 

I'R nf final* In Wa«hlngton 
and Western offlriat* In Ber 
lln *atd the proposal appeared 
unacceptable in its pre*eni 
form 

One addiilon prupiwed that 
We*t Berlin be an unarmed 
free nty until East and We«i 
Germany are united The 
Weaiem powera already have 
turned dnwn the Idea of a free 
cliy. 

CKTHER PROPOMAI.A 
The draft tnrluded aeverai 
other propoaaU which have 
twen turned down by the We«i 
In the pa«t. Among them, that 
all foreign troop* withdraw 
from f^ermany within a year 
after Ihe treaty la effective and 
lhat Germany be pruhibtted 
from Joining any political or Sovtei I>e|Hity Premier Ana* 
fniMiary Mor that doe* not In Mikovan U*i mghi tailed 

etude all *lgnaiory naimn*. ^ ... « 


htiviti Unk 

. drowning victim 


That's a hug pf gratitude young Hugh 
Wood. 11. of 7022 Ea.st Saanich Road, is 
giving his dog Buck. Big, I’l-year-old 


part - I.Abrador hi* young master 

yesterday after afraft caf^^ed in Central 
Saanich pond. — ph)uo) 


Mikoynn Hits ffark Vpriwlh 


UomlhTlirvat, 

Eiiii-Hurlprs 


^Please 

Spare 

Sally' 


SA.N KHAMTSCO .AP* 
.Soviet tiepulv I’lem'er A«m 
■1** I Mikovan flew here 
Saiunlay from Chit ago -ten* 
of a irlephttned hutnh thieal 
and wa* iu«hed pact lui *hak 
Inf egg throwing demonaii* 
loi* ai San Krami^ro* Inlet 
national Aliporl to a waiting 
rat 


iiemiiigHav 
Likes Revolt 


R(HTO>TKR. NY AP- 
Oukltrn »i c|emeni*r> whool 
No t* h4ve iirtlMonetl <’l1v of 
fli ut|* to H|Niie the life of 
Sally, a 7»m eiepham who NEW' YORK (APk—Erneet 
kllM an altcrwlant 'rhumday Hcmmgway. longtime rcaidrnt 
"SaMv ha* hern a good cle of ('uho. *aid Saturday he la 
phant for many year*" <mtd vetv happv about (he •urt'esa 
the ^a'UlioM «igned by 172 of (he ('aatro revolution bur 
children had nothing In do with H 


China Recognition Step 
Under Cabinet Discussion 


Btyrhiairhi' 
Vrrmr sGrnnrfson Tolrl 
(Name-( In News. Page .T) 


)ttkonfr» Gronn 

In 70 Re/oir 

(PhReTl 


H father’ It Eirir- 
keep It hark! 
( t'nge 1 1 ) 


un hta reveni Commonwealth lexperted on this highly rontio 
liiur. vervlal matter. It la cpnaklered 

It I* laid that dnring hla trip move w^ouM be Cana- 

he tweante lognlranl of the *iipport of any motion In 
impaii nvade on opinion In the ’be United Nallona deaigned to 
Far Eaa! by the fa«-l that »>«"« • dl.wuaalon In the (>n 
Canada and the United .Slates era! Aaoemhiy of the granting 
continued to Ignore the extsl- t'N memherahlp tu China. 
en«e of the de (arin (.'(sTimu The cabinet la not expected 
nial government of mainland to make a derielon even on 
China this Initial mnva lor aome 

No aaxly announcaiMat Is'moniha to coma. 


rage 

f .Wnrlal 
. II HpoH 
Tt Te«e*M(wi 
tt Theatre* 


I nmkw 

Ftnaiw-lal New* 
Garden Note* 
B a dto Proemm* 


ANASTAS MIKOYAN 
* . Appraiaed by Nixoa 
00 Pac« 3 . 






I 


2 (Tnlnnifd 


vwt*rift, 1 C.. Sm . Jm n. mi 



ALi; ABOARD 


H i 7 /i 6 \ A\ Morlimore 


The first prisoners «re arriving at the old William 
Head quarantine aUllon. I*he place will l»e u>ed u an 
•i- - J - - _ung_aQ_i- _ ' ■ * 

uho are near the end of their aenlencea. 

A crnup af re»Wtenu of (he 

ale* i»n( in ■ pemion afam*! have telephoned me to aay 
. (hat (hey rt<urt mind havinf 
the plan The r.vernnwmt ^ «»lrhb.>. hood. 

(A M*I> went ahead wilh the p,,! of 


pUn an>w*>. 

In recent week' a numhri 


the pelHhtn 

Some of thoae who signed 


Af people Uvtng within a fairly the petition have already had 
abort radiua of >^'illlam Head Ihoughia. 

Area Sur\i\nf Diseases 


As for siubh . njijK.neiiis 
they will (niget iheir annoy 
anre when :he prison haa been 


'••niagiouk Ilian crime I ihtnk 
And yel the dikirtrt surs'lved 
Kuriheimtire the 'patieni* 



^ -lWt\ Kern. Says JSixon 


Mikoyan Rated as Tops 

WAS|ilN<<lt.>N lAH- Vh»- ha* ev- .| idea- and mier hne will aid relaiion-. piopaganda that (he t'nlied 
Pre»idcn( Hn hard M. NUoii >ipmlo»->. the vit^ • pi> .ident hriwren K(i**ia and (he I'mted^ la a nation of war 

ia(r>^ Anaata^ I Mikoian (he regards Mikosan as fiesihle. State mongers, (hat Ita political and 


.ssoMet « top tfiurtat now In the with a keen •m'ie of humor 
I'nilrd Slat' - as b\ (ar the and noi {tven to tepralliig 
ablest i'ommumst leader hr rigid ('ommiiniat dociriiirs 
'r%er has mel. Nla«*fi*ts ronvuved the wr 


Nixon ' Imprc^ lona- of the w^nomle ayalema are weak. 
ijjVjei'a No If leader were and Ihal the H H t ommuni9t 
fottned during a guod naiured , ^ I* 


N(aofi«ls^ ronvuved the wr .^up xisii In the virv 


na with w om .'«uun 


Miilual Impact 

Blunt Russian 
Earns Respect 


]■ .-<(ed more li.an two houi*. 
MXO.N JOI.TMIl 
An authentic xeraion of 
Nixon's impiewainns waa ob 
tc.o<Nl SaturdaN on an informal 

before Ihex mel. Nixon was 
onviitt«*d Mikoyan aa a xet- 
of more than >% years m 
tel polllU' would give only 
roulliie answers in questions. 



NOT 


VERY 


■. n. H. Tya 


BAD 


running quietly for. a short housed at Wllliain Head are 


time 

In the da>* of the quaian 
1;oe station VSillism Head was 


«upp«i«ed In he convaiesrenl. 

s * • 

Snmelimes. rmk* and loMeii 


used op a number of occasions eggs may be good maliumeois 
,,, .j.-gviie people wh.» had fnt polHkal persuasion How 
hee-. exposed smallt*ox evei M w dilficult to see wha» 

plague rholefa and Olher ail purptise they se. ve when 
O.anis A-^sl.^= 1 M . • 1' 

All these diseases aie more vUHing Soviet deputy premier. 

\\ords More Kffectixe 

The demonsrrato- ' =rc main w i: that gair ihem‘ U Mi 
H Hungarian TbTugees and Mikoyan likely to moderaie 
nihers who have suffered his views on Berlin or *e' 
cruel irwlignttles at 'he hands Hungary fiee. bssause some 
of the Ruasuns Their anger one raises a lump on his skull 
IS pardonable Howexer. after wnth a r«- V or sends a rivulet 
a few years in a democratic of rotten egg yolk - - g 

country, they may Main that down Ihe^ bodge nf hia genet 


the approved way- 


wage out nose 


pdlDkol warfare is with words 
;a;:— - - t* ' ‘I * ' 


He la mote likely to he in 
fluenced by a sh- • of rour 


Millionairess .Itiins I nion! 

Wife of miilli-millUtnnli'e Nelson Rockefeller, new 
Koxerm»r of New York, was Ihe rhoUv of the Inter* 
national l.A<lies Hnrment Workers' I'nion to sew 
the firsi union label ever altarheri to a woman's irar- 
ment .After th* ic...r r hoi'keH thiivi;- the union 
gave Mis. Rockefeller an honorary mrmta.*rshlp and 
i.ymb«ilh ,*o|fl thimiile _ 

l.imnr in 4nui 

Brannan I'ligilivc 

May Be Armed 


By THOMAn r. V I'enire to aiuxiier a;: ^ that 

SIAM S*RANt'!Sm .AP‘ *’”*’‘** “ ***^*^ 

Anaita* t Mikoyan is having BBflwr.N Nfrsy. Mlkmsii ipdhaied he and during the 30 yeara that we 

art Impart on Amerk-a. and The liHle isanmi* fr«m rnher Kremlin leaders knew have biwn fitting hearing* 
America ae«ms to be having an Transcaucssus who got his ' **'■• rVmmTals as well as aids* 

lmpa.h on him hn.ken In street hghttng xns supported major a! one time II was sekk»rn 

Refwiriers acoimpanylng Ihe Internatlonsl polkwHi ut Presi- ponalble to ht a caae with a 

.1 Impori'ni 'si m his ymiili is meenng fa* ■ to -j-ni Klsetihower and Seereiatv nr.iring kias as mild aa thia. but 


. . , , ^ . ”Mv hearing la no* v-ery bad 

'vas jolted lo j j( ^^ly 

• Mlk”'-i*M come hack wiih person is siieaklnc to nw. 

vt*ecled i-. some of hut when there are sevetal 

them tinged with aivuraie people In the rw*m and a gen* 
ha< Kground knowledge of this era! conversation is going on. 


that riHiitiry. iia eaonomy and politl- 1 do not know half of what Is 
•mb- fal traditions 


cal traditions 
IN rUTI KK 


‘X|-.Meri'‘r^.mpanylng Ihe *" 

. 1 lmp*«ri*ni r-r.mv *i m hts ymitli la meeting fa* - t 

leader lo visit this country as tome of the work! s rtrt 


nose broken In street hghttng R-;i*«»>»Uxna supported i^jor 

Inlernatlonsl poll, tea of Presi 


1~ni Klamthnwer and Seereiatv 
of .'Stale Du!u • s*.ich aa e*»o 


.ring kMH as mild aa this, but 
L. a different story lodav. 


he moxes fn*m 5r>e industrial -,,j rncst pr«> llnuatum of West Berlin as a With oui latest h^rlngwids 

gre-sive .apMallsis. B«ith sides w »rio a with behind iheear or 


Clt(. Elans 
To Eo ill Out 

( B( Is plajininc radte and 
lelevlslun roverage that la 
“Iwllesfd la he Ihe grealeat 
iindertaklag of lla kind- far 
Ihe visit to t anada this 
summer mt Ihe <|aeea and 


gre-sive capMallsis. Radh sides 
are emerc-oK wit:. miTea'ed 
respect for r. ••ihei 


Is. B«dh sides cases with behind Iheear or 

if. intTeased .jiviet spokesman eyeglass models. No matter 

quipped he could see no dif what defter n| daafriesa you 
" ferenca between the iwn maior have provided you atlll have 

begun to get here adding Ihal the •" 7 "' residual hearing, we can 


The best they ran hope to leous strength, than •** la ■*- 
do IS Mr Mikoyan Whal hysteria 

I p to Five A ears 

[f.S. Way Back 

•r-' 

In Space Race 


I a(>ed f.*— • Bi .. If — - ■ 

e..«i..al a . ' . •" 

m Ihe ilreate; “l ■- *. siea 

ami f -- e* M 

T»'e • .. was sir**— • 'got 
■" KW|U... DOlli'e Viiiav 

night when *r:“' *1 

.q-' • . *1 W : : 

reporicd sioie*' Auothr: 
emie .augnt ;=*. i»Ui<e al Hu- 
ll—.- ..;.f-:-d the fugitive as 

■ of iwo ’-t;. '-* i It. 


le rtfl-- ’. 1*1 antir.r 
■■■■w m ‘"g 
T? bc‘. d'»‘Sed 

pvlameB 'a:..;. r- -;*d 
iiig If' i-r-if, wnich 

.L._3vv ao*l ;.f 


l.rxrl Toiiicw 


Kmsn Newfoun d land la 
> ancsHtvef Island aiMl nurth 
to Ihe Aakon. aa wed aa 
nMho and film reports for 
netwnehs. the BB< . and ne* 
works In other mantrles. 


Nikila Khrushchev. Kremii-i 
*-• — Asnts to vlitt this — 
try hut ■***'h a trip would have 
hr :*tli*’,il r**^ - »r 
for oval bke Mlknyan's 

Nixon IS confident .Mlkoys- - 
rnwa-muntry tc-ur here will 
help dispel in the .'soviet Unaui 


He managed to es.'tpe sp 
itite h\ ' -ng I? ..KiKn the 
K«. V. -1 a neartK - -•te 


WA.*?H1NGT0N 'Ai ' The •Outer spa.e Is fast hecom h% ; - .ng l? i*K 

House ’space Cnmmmee said mg the .=ieari and srwl of ad ha* u«, ;:r1 nf a neariw 

Saturday the nviel I'nion vanred military pr»erww ’ they Am.ihei . : 

inay be more • f‘« y^rs said "It con^Htuies at once 

ahead of the I' S m the space the threat and the de/ence of 

rare mans exis*ence on ekrth p«U.e foond ir- se. 

ft auoie.1 estimates that Althmigh they mentlooed no •.^-■»*rna' it 


Congress^ Ottawa 
May Swap Ideas 


race 

ft quole.1 estimates that 
even if the I'nlied ^ aies 


specific money figure, the re 


pushes held u will lake a< pon w rtiers spoke out aga 


queoTK sr.i:.-' 

poll,# (oopd tr.^ ae. ; d <ar 
csi L ■ vc*''*^da‘- m«.i ii.ng, 

Bhai>»>.ned nea T! r‘;s l.ahe 


laaal five yeats ta calch up 
lyia apssdal rnmmlltee 


penny pinching on space pro 
grama "wblch involve very 


Headed b> Hoxua MaforUy aurvfeal of the naildi^Presi 
Leader John Mrt'nrmack de dem Fisenhower tnld ^Bigress 
plded the spare race as • life Friday that $7nni)0is»nn0 •« 
aM death struggle for the being spent on mUsiles pro 
free world gram* this vear 

-iSir.g for ‘he u'moal na While several qualified wit 
♦ I *1 effort. • . .'•••nmittee nesses figxierd ihe -s.--.iei space 

19 ^u** certain lead at 13 m Ik months *ie 

to mean unparslle'ed pt»»ftess report s#id "»his ;.:.-'»;4ie 


Ir. ..IW 

\et\ pf pol’ 

dark age 

The ....a-.'-- 
milMarv p-''er>nal 
ahip* !• gfca'er *' 
fhih'T - -■ 

aug;.‘-*-'d 


xw Failure * mavheovs-ilv ge»<er.-»us 1o the 
ponts In a new t'nlted <taies 

Moreover. “ - .•iiual mea 
.r..- • ' -aid the sure l> r>ol the time gap tie 

p^''er>nal >f - tween .Soviet a* i Arf-^rt.-an 
, - Spare capabilities Hut <|te 
.,i^. so far hss red to close u, »he re 

i poi t said 


Baliv 

siiii 

Missina 


WA.smStJTON iri' A 
gr. up t»f Ameib^r. and *.'ana 
d> . legislators yealerday 
i.n-.:-^r.ded exchange visHa 

?xl Ju' ' for 41 • :--: xn of 

pro-le*’! aa -t*feme re- 
lailofiaiups. trade problema. 
»nd foreign policy cowrdina 

•mn 


dupt;.««lon of defence produr 
lir.r. good* 

Spokesmen for both Ameri- 
cans and Canadlaru empha- 
• -.-■<1 ih'i the legislaflve meet 
Inga w-ouM be strbily in 


Mlkuvan h begun to get here adding ' 

the feel .xf ,N;- a.idMrv-- m- ;'-?*‘-’s “are agsmat both of 
•. far .nf relatively 

*.T*Hi! -- E'- :f influential mm BK tlKM* lAI. 

at pr.-.ate d;;.. . * parties and lo •• made cM 

per|r.*i te. .mque of af: Khruahehev, 

’ . _ — *anta lo vlitt Oi 

ppxi- .. tr Ibr... ffy ^ li^P 

Ofr<INIK» NNI.-*^ h** n‘^ ‘- 

The leml-..*v m *•- r fottnti bke Mlkoyan'a 

. . . ’ Nixon i* confident .M 

■ rnwa-muntry ic-ur h- 
ouU{..-»k-- - . r, the S'--. »el t,e|p dispel in the .'v»vs 

leader alws-. ; g as w-!l aa 

he lakes Ht- :.-n-.keuf»eM ^ H|r*|-Xfin' 

“"ii he*-i*me =■■■ pfc. Ikiiiaiiy “ 1 iF I 

■‘V. T. lav and Krldav in ^ 

IVtfnU and ‘.'hi- sgr. ihat n- 1- 7 

of what he -^id wa* not suit — 

able for piihP.atinn in Ihe 
.'soviet pres« • ^ 

THFMKskaMK } ' (*P|J 

The themes ihrniighiiut re- 
main the ume *>ne la the use- 
fulrveas nf tmteased .-.ntaiis 
between the .Soviet Unkm and 
America on all leveU we ,h 

ahouM talk to each other with- j ^ A \M \ki f 

Aul trying lo decide ahead of 1 HbbT 

lime what we are getng to try 1 ■ ■ ■ 

in aetile. Another la the necea I 754 RK 

sliy «( peace there > no I Leyden, 

shelter against If bomha. 1 

M.T -> mil t lnorr«« 

As for Ihe -.let I'r,>n. w 


. - .r. bolh ol *'*"' 

Y are welrorTve to test 
, -fc. ..fc.,..,, thr^-c N.-^ring aid* without oB 

Bk. ornt lAl. lir»ti.-.n If you are not ahle 

was made clear that tn raff at the offKw Mr Tve 
I Khruahehev. Kremi:-i - he pleased to cat! on you 
Asnta to vlitt this — ' appotnfmenl. 


VkUria Htarins-Ald Co. 

S3« V arrow Bldg «t5 Fori BL 


BK.\l Tin L THlNTfS NEKJ) 
BK ('OSTLY 




Depend on Hay J 

aranfa for a f'tm ” 
^ pleie aemce wlthlr < 

he meani of every . 
[]A tamUy. ] 

SpeclmliliBjc !• 
IPl bM ahiptneDU 
BpU orttuBd th« 
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HAYWARD’S CHAPEL 


aiiofiaMDs trade problem*, tmmml and have nn power As for Ihe let I'r,>n. 
ind forei^ policy eowrdina ••her lhan lo recommend le«ia. Mikoyan freely admita lo paat 

lafl-^ arui present ahnrtmrnlnga but 

..n -Speaker of the Canadian '"-*-• ic. lar' < »n effe.-i; ’'Well 

t M*ht American lAwmakers Mark t>r*>j*n deamhed were reall* not so bad after 

L 5 - propowvl meeting, aa a all Were tr* .n^ IV «. the 

*K »' ^H 1 n pfriiAtnent aue metlual of reaoving ‘family Kortor of irea“xg ua wllh 
he t anadian Pariiam^i aug , friendly way. neapert as an equal " . 


754 RKOl GHTON ~ FA 5*9614 
Bruce M. Leyden. Manager Havward Family. Direct ora 
Mrs P W Bell. Dtr^^ioe 

InciTBHrd Su|*rr\'ihiNl Parking 


-.KW Yc 


^hip t tifrr?t/or 

2,000 Visitors (irovxl 
Swedish \\w Ves.sel 


Mn»e than 2nyt Vl*onr* 


Ps'tama When 11 ie*che» Sw* 
del sn>netlme In M.«iirN the 


aiT'* nf pcxlpe a-*d FBI aie ■ ' 

!•: ’ : not s^'I, ■ t*" * .. . w • 

r *pj'*'\ "f a 1 ■ ■■ *- -iv : 

from • Briwxkivn I ’ . =»l f’ • 

nu cry pi l 

The kidnapping ■ • ■ the ' H. ■' 
niMCs f»r man\ j«efs..|-» i.. and fn"tgn p»«lk 
ar. 'Od iirxe *yf Ihe <t*x s ' t'-r I.h-im-I v.r 
'ospital* wa* a fc it that nf 

wo.iM imp' =- '*:le if . nt revival of • 

impos^ nlef rt ft. 

A lit her* fe- : that •>- lh‘*-=- a .V?= 

a »ki- ■ suffri. : Ihe lie ':a *»t the h Ni . 

h.- i»i a : ... '..1 maternal Ai- let 

rnfoplc, ■ 'd ■ d r *»»•% > ’• 


and r :ne viaitlng m^r. of of rvwoving family honor 

•he Canadian Pariiameni aug , friendly way. reaped 

gested Ihe first *v»ch informal ^ / / e- 

-stt be hedd In Canoda to c<v ^ ir *||« MM I 

.,lh aldcwi op«,,n, of / Wllluim H Cafl 

•he At Ijiwrence Seaway 
TNiese topics were prop:?i»ed 
(or the June meeting de- 1 ^ 

" ^ ^ rrismKM* li 


.1 

.* It- le 
t: • 


Prisoner Transfer 
On This Weekend 


crowded Into the 31* f»e» ’f de- sn-netlme in M^i... the j j. 

the Swedish Navy* training minelayer training ship wlU j,,dr..nped the night -xf 

aH.p aswM.S Aivsnabhen dur have cumpleted a five month j /r-o. St Petei s Hospital 

In* Ihe in minute* when it * - *-• itar -g iTuise ,, 


^ ^ •' t--r ‘‘:-.r-.;ier l.i-- 3 ral 

fcit that : ■ -‘t Pa.lumrot • -id 

de if . nt revival of ihe lly.1 - Par.; 

... r? rt. • t i' I =' h 

hat ih‘*--i- a .\*=--'* 4^! nii;. 

a III! *»t the h Ni. ‘ •u‘--d ('»' 

maternal let -j'v'p . ..i W 'dld 

* r *u>% ' > p:*'^ '• ••• i.ity 

' Canada - - i ! f».. . a .le 

*..ti (i- ■ i;.-“ 

night xf H. ,,val »h- agn'e*“ - he 


The tr-'*afer ll*t> B«’ Itea'I M-- ■ of 
|k ..ttei.'iii: '. inmx'. •- -•-•' !*d mr . 

i|uaiirr al Wx,«*m Head • -ilr , 
hegah •• «.. • • M OKMI FKS 

Tliiee mma;-. . and fc -r Tbe stalf v til = 

gt<*« ' hive :%s*d pri»**- f>f(l-.T- 

U-. fti,. t--- Mranwhiie ». 

quaiantine -at;-: i re ::lr • 

flvelnsevi • -. t* and four of “-ol»-.5 *«;■• 

offtcei»- ‘-;»fing -*W lei . wr;.' 

Ill ' a .-‘•;.-f lail keeuei. John Dr'— Vr .tier 


M-- ■ of them have 

mr 1 - , tj of II ir 


nitat nf 33 

Mrr.n. 

■*1 a |xeitiM>n 


Ing the yn minute* when it 
wa* opened for publk' .:i»pec 
Hon yesterday aflertuwin 


Petei s Hospital 
H slitl al..r the 


m yesterday afiermwin The depatimrnt of transport 

Addi-xg to Ihe congestion advise* manners that pyto 
was a CBi' television crew technic firing pradirr* will he 
with It* 'live cameras and hcM through M-'-ndav and 
miles of cable* Tuesday night* In the vk;- => 


la a week old 


‘ »•* ' • •• quaiantine -at;-: i re ::lr • ---*1 a |xeiiiM>n 

• Canada - ■ i . f*.. . a <le (our of “-ol*—! *c a -i " e, 

fc: • i**- ^ officetx- ‘-;»fing -*w lei . wr;.' h> 

li. ,,val *./ »h- agn'e*“ - he t ;.-f Jail keepei . John Dr'- V; ttcr Oemge 

*.<id “•••Id reeatabiiah lh- «ili arrive at William Pearkea that their vlewa are 

•-«.e of Hade between the lonvoit.iw beirxg studied 

I'.- srxd ( inada and avid PetllKineia *4l*l Ihe \X *11. . • 

I ^ ^ ^ a a a . 


TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES 
FOR CATHOLIC TEACHERS 


I CaiMUto^ leat-kcfs aotief years aJ age w psa) keehk srdk <w 
smkesd upenwsce. knWMig e lee mv * dir'»«sn# PWfured ta 
{ |r4< t. ifi tke e l eme w iao gtarle* *f the Mosuraal Lethal ic kcko n il 

k>* beptrciheT lfr«> 

SALARY SCALfS 
fumi»H«d upon roquost 

t'p lo I'# years' cvedd no Salary Seal* lor Fipen«rw 

PM X ^’.pplewrraan grartA ^ depHtderas of siocU tewhert; 

A g»* • »t^ degree*. r«imot*loe Se k Leave wdk 
|M\ Ir ■ • Beoeki*. Lihersl ReSuvtar u l Plaa 

F*a it ~ wt" •’ •; ~'*s anieyai.*w In ksgk arVel g*a d as eod 
•rwee ra'dt g*ao«M tkmstgk nNsifietdNe etem*o«srr«. 

I X.l.t;. - sn»i- •' , . liaiely. Uatiof age. etpeneaee. 

It ■ ^ ix| ' j ' *»«. iraivcT- Vgree beUl rMrrmcv as lAaneal 
• I.if-xtr* -tgrwl by paru': prieU to 


Vfw I. 


Many viaitnrs were Victofla nf Mary Hill Ibi Tueortay 
ffi.idents -vf • .‘r.:idinaviat* de* (rom 4 to 1A pm Ihe da*-xger 
cent anxious (or news of their area will ir.clude Ihe vsctnii) 
former homeUnd At sharp nf^Alheil Head 
3 Jn attempt* were started lo * * # 

clear the ship hut It was some Mm shipping in Island 
lime lai. f before the Issi vl*l pr>n* a* (ollowa Wat.^Ai 
tor was ushered *»h..re *»»* lumher. VlrtorU. Triniix 

Alv*:^abben sailed at 5 pm Pinoeer itirmaioua Alahama. 
fo. Vancouver where she will Nanaimo .Norma Oddingii-n 
Slav five day* hef... •- heading ro*Mi and Komci Maru Tah 
home via Lo* Angeles and the sis Vallooal Power Alberni 


Pioneer Farmer 
Rites W ednesday 


A /“ ‘ “S' -'Id piM • f#i I 
ip >Lii.i*"h 3'ew K' _ 

who -r — ?r*^ a sailtaiel 


' r<| in Ihe fxu) al 
pital Fnda' 

F;r . -vi'- 


Weather Foreeasl 


from Car.t-'rn as a hoy of Liv. »• • pm Wedne^ax In J^rul* 

home will he 

at Royal 'tai. 

• -A ■ m K M farm on Mua-tia a'-d M- Ken/ie 

^ V ^ tr-;:J'ution Mr 


F»- iie iransfrt of mmatc' , 

.» li . in e*« - " frcrowding 
< ai the BC PenitenUary at ^ ^ 

.. ^ , New Weaimlnater la expected ^ ^ 

tn he completed within six 
r eeks 

'Pxr William Head esiahh-' ^ 
^ * ment wa* up last Decern 

2V her h> Justice Mtnaler FiiV- -. 

If. eliminate the ..‘.enrow-dirig 
problem Tbe mainland pr's—- 
he had a populalion of ah*-ii 
TTn f.-.r Ihe laat few montliv 
will he h-ld there is arrommodallon 

IX In .^rxrls 


being studied 

Petitlnrxeia seul Ihe \X-il<.<'* 
Hcs.i 'r- was hci..^ as 

a loiiTiBi altrcmnn and in ~ny 
ex.’r.t. It provided an eaav 4 
ape route by water the * 


- sn»i- •' . . liaiely. statiof age. e i peneo 

• rtg ' j ' wa. irmivn- Vgree beUi rvfprrwc* a* tAan 
• ->gT»sl by pwru': prieU to 

l>cfi«rtfneBt IS 

THI DIRKTOR ORNIRAL Of STUCHIS, 
MONTRtAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL COMMISSION, 
3737 SHBIBROORi ST lAST, 
MONTRIAL out, CANADA. 


Jg.iugr> II. IRS9 

rimidv and mild wilh 
gunny pei d* and •-*•« - -•I 


'showers *1 


r-- — ' ■ f III' y, 

■ ' '‘-v" ' ■ I I 

.sa- .r-1.i-. pre- iplfatk- y » . / /iij * 


M minuiea Mor-lai oiiilo.»k. * \ 
• (ex* «••• *- -^ 1 ' 

Recorded Temperature* t j 
High VI l/m «J 

Kftreewel Temperature* 

Higli VI l^w 

Bunns* RfH Sunset 4 40 
real r*--=*f vof V*i« -Kiver • 
laland -CloadV4and miM with . 
sunny perUMlx and a few 

ghnwer* Wl'*d= somberly 
liequenttl i'* High efid !ow ^ 
at N-r.aimn, .VI snd t" M.in ^ 
na* ouik.. t. ot-.* 

Weal •’ * ! of V« .er ^ 

Island Cloudy at, l -nlH w-Hh 
frequent w h ” ’-T ^ t > Wirut* u* 
gomhraateily 1 ' frequently FL.* 
goutheily 23 High and km- at 7 * 
flatevan P*“*inl. 47 and .T7 • 
Monday outlook. Ilttk change , 




Ttm ' tt VH roMix 


(Tbws w taes Ml ui TaM Ul rUiighfer ir V=.>‘Ou-.. 

HMrtNurtaM»iM*i«i , , 


.7 Royal nal WRII.I.KIl TRADr.HHTN 

Mi Kill: . ’ vegetable Moat inmate* at WllUam 

.... Head will he skilled trades 

farm on M-iad.- ar.d M- Ken/ie 

was a loral t. JlJ-ution for hahlliTailon they will ir 

m-'ie lhan Vi yrs, - ^id inld hahtlitatr r nf |h# 40 huitd* 

hi famil. H had taken him Inga m ihe ...** huatllng quai 

. . , i, amine station (hat have be*— 

’ ■ ' * ■' '* " virtually unused for 30 yearr 

t- ’ ‘ Each hi.- been '•carefullv 

In •• ’ that (•>! Mxlecied. ' pe?-.:‘*'xt‘_it\ warden 

' nd '.n left Varx'siuvef T* F C B C'ummm* -'Id 
land .-xnly iirv - lo visit a -W'e rhoae those who will he 
rlaiighfer in ou‘.. . auttahle for treatment In an 


Speedway Motors Delivers New 
Volkswagen Fleet 

1 .„-»"'v>LTCL_|J 

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HM n au n au »« a u »« prison such a* WlllUra 

u sr s“Yj .r»r 11 who*, aim In Ufa ar. ^rding to ^ 

.« « ' .) li : I L> ii a 11 .1 h£- «ona was '*'n raise a big |clr|fAr||C f 

“nu 1?*** family retired and gold the DAlnAlnt Ql 

S J PiZ?. ?:!*• ?!“• “ »«* remnant, of hi. imac,w DUHIMATIf DAIM 

iT-siw itiTw 4V farm for a houiilnf develop- |\||LUP|AIIv I Alll 

iJ w# jT ment SfCOMAITTOlUOf«TIRRIT4TlON 

» IX t< :4 •* II* M. nresldent nf thu ■** tom a*«*i*i TUsnU 

a w= l-'i.-r :: presmem m ine 

•» *. w « • * •- Chee f'art T.n.g ( lub here m...o -sfs sa« *me* 


r IT -Si V • tit aa 4 V 

-> *• • • II «i I a 

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«rs»in* ***■*•*« twOT- 


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fMMM alA >»Ml urtusu saa a*ar»«*-4 .« 

!*-r.:i1rs lea*.ing hi* widow f,Ms iMiaa u»r» seS *i--4 

at h-me. Hlf t'nok Slieel hr fc,?,MtlV»airxsii » a»3 a: - * 


:*.ed bv f'l' " Rov 

Henrv and treorge. -all gw^^ 


WoMsa s*e *'’*»* srtMsi 

lint n»xtiB« era aitxt* •'.*'**"* 


I’ *4 

:x « «■ 


of Vi. Iona, foiir •'^->ghtrA^ 

Mt *-■ ' I 1 -C and Mr*; Viol 


gwa*— '••«t*<WW« sfelrf. •» 

•- •MMxetrr a*<-»*rx» *»*•«*■ — *£; 
s>*ilr fsia* *w^ U»**— r-"" Is •- » 

MM Int ■ r — 'SX — •!• 

i!-:-* rstlp;M| - H tr — n-«W.ni 


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1 * tr, M • * 

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d 'Hit ISS'C IS I* 


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* • - • .... * 1 -^* as*.r» rslIPLMI " — — rr*.«-.n| 

^ Lim of Vonrouver. MIm Mae gM««tMe fww, w *rtr srio* *<.^ *f 
, - Kng of Victoria, arxd Mr. Ken C;*r^w?«r‘'taCX 

z \] 

iai»)s It grarkSchildren and a brother, CTartx si s>aas»« '•«•? #m a*# 
iniwii ij 1 . j WMS SHisr rs* 


w a SIM I|S«M leittir iniwil n .. . t,jwwxe nf Pleinria. I 

Ol I ■ 'AU ii 4*0 u la V i:» w» H Low i^ong 01 vietona. 


Tbe key*, of a new fleet of nix Volk>tw aifen* *re IiemK prenented by Rov« 
KnrreU, lale* rppreaentalivp for .Speedway Motor*. To Rusw Korbea, iienerai 
manaK«T of BC. (’iRiirette Vending Sorv’k*e* Ltd and Mii 4 cak» NetU-ork.x 
Lid. This busy firm inirrhuged It.* nr*t Volkiwiigm fWt In 1 DT >4 gnd ha.* 
been thorouRhly aaliafied wDh It* outMandlng performanre and ecotximy. 
When the new flee! wa* in*taDed. V'olkwagrn* were naturally aelerted to 
replace the old which were Ideally suited to thl* \m of aer\iee. Speedway 
Motors, V'kloria ‘1 Volkswagen detier, U located at 971 Yatet Street, ••• 


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FH99M9TU99i 


Bui It Must Be Mutual 


n. l*St 


HAVANA. Cuba >AP> Fii»l «thr# of pi«li<ira) ar^ 


tVfleii detei'tion And inAurrs mm 


n - f — 

aiU)iis 


m«lnialn (riafidl> rpialiocw tnv#inment lw«<tad by Pra»t 
with the I'nItH .Siata* drnt Manuel drrutla ta follow 

hut the rebel chieftain added, inc the I'muiMulloti 
•Thai ail dejierirta upon how ( ,,110 *aid m Ih* iniemew 
the I'tuied State# «»*•<» the that all acieement* made, by 
t'uban fovernment " the Fu.«u»ia goveinmem with 

The 33 year-oM leader of the „,vewi..,. »„uUl be 

rev.dt that nvei turned the hnnoied 'If they were legal" 
r 1 irrator*;Mp of Kulgeniio Ba |f not he -. .d they ull) not 
ti«ia aaid In an Interview: he let'ngid/ed 

Theie mu«l he mutual eo- *.. 1 ..^ ,k. 

Akhed aboul the edverttuie* 

• ppllr. .0 Brl lU, T^y ,|r ik th.. tl*hTln, ,„™. 

la«t November for *e hng a . a „ » .1 . 1 

, . . , * ahd didii t partji-ipaie In any 

and w.rplanrk ,he > 

fUi...., regime Roth I h e llnee i,me* ' 


>bHI fitted sarment 
bathing aiut. 


m>tx CASTRO 

• • . no aale 


DU«KK 
, . . tahea office 


AA^Gill & Ofm^ 


delations 


Aurgh'aJ Huppl> t..id. 

jail Brnad Mree( 

<) arrow Bldg. I 
KV tMU 


UiNrtf^N 'AP« T*- dell operation and r 
I I |.'aie nalaiur of t'.s Hriti*h re loid the 

'^ 1^1 ' lattofi* wa« dikfurbed apphe« to the 

III I 'h> rabhiik '*ere a^eailed 

' Tlie rabbit* have Irajnerl Novemhe 

that lhe\ are »jfe frnrn the and wa 

t>utih of gun* ..f Hi h .:;. r: and R^‘'“a tegim 

nfltrtlng aiate farmer* if they '■-r, rea.-h Mte I' -itn! — -‘e* 4 

aa I" whether '’f t’** military rv.^intred Utr 

bai»e« ni...; 

on had l»**ted ('-•mplalned Onrge WaKi* of ^ *Ked atiout relafh-- - with 
ng Putrh re Rerbahirr one of n>anv farm nattno* iindei ('ommuniai dir 

tstihle ap|w>tnt er* tvlin«e rnip* have heen laiotahtp he *aid "Tlit* la tnr 
n \lm fe \ rabhiiT 'At tt'e the gnvr^nieiit t.v .b*« nie 

,gn m>« ei . ^ l..atei a> a getteial new* ron 

ambavsaitor to dive for rhe mafeiv of the feience rastin itaid the way t* 
Amerb an tM»e* and we <ani rlear for i'nmmunivfa to oper 

, ^ go In after tiietn ate a* a legal parly tn Cuiw 

rrNMIwMiON AMvfll w*eowwwwiwwwwwwa<wwww*»ae 

allf >lr%. 


I.nsr'fl.N Tlte magiviaie 
(■aval)’ I'onatdered the unn»ua> 
benaviour of the young ma>' 
and told pim I ihink - 
bexei aee a |oi\rhtain>n 
treud laarten Michael l-reiid 
9 b aillar giandMtn of tht 
I* tei of 4 .. ‘ 

RIgntund Kret^. w •• f:: si I- 
b> >lagUtrale frank 1 ‘oweil 

f . - diivir. ' It w<« 

the ariKt'a IHth moiotin; 

\ n lion. 


STILL GREATER VALUES IN 


HAKR lloaald 
^ <'iew-man ahnaid 
ifHlilieie wfv. s !;;*e 
■■'ed Ctiii**ma* fkiy 


Wa”:‘ ar i r farmer* f« 
maih a«ked perrr"=“!on ir 
rabbit •‘■. •sting 'one f 
baae near Sew- "*, where a 


PARIS Mtrbel fWbre. In 

yea I old Pa»!* i:-- • :•• 

dat wa* olfh'Ully t 

fiance a new piirrve 


■3) tvealt!:; ;p a t 


a 4 iivpende«i 


H AN a II f*t> — < oba'a 
rebel chief kidel < a*iro aaya 
(be fovenifiteol wlM crark 
down o« gambMng e%cepa 
for luiury botek wblrli l ater 


A I Air I ofie nt 
pn:ifel\ hut ft. ref: 
:<ir«v rrtnin he t- 

dangemua with a lot .tf 


perm 


JUST SEE AND COMPARE THESE 


Talen I Shared; 
lioinarc Sj>ed 


[....NnttN A. - (.#» 

Ba<all (lew int-* Lc . 

3 ^ PKies nf luggage Fi 
b C’lt follovkirg ‘ » le -sf 
home in *" 

ej , 4 ...- ^ 1 .. .....»rer 

I will *eule hete |wrr»...« .. 


^ DRESSES 


Intim, Pakistan 

7 f»f>ir 0 / Talk 

Pi P P Pano.e \'a? 
’ * rr w 'Its: 

Paki ' m at a roreimg 




Thm'ie all from new ain'k , . , 
but our rigid polM'v wiU not 
allow ua to rarry anything from 
one aravon to the neat *n 

here ihe\ ire The dte«s vou aie 
looking for no matiet what the 
o<va*tr>n your at vie your cokir, 
vnur ai/e and at aenaattonaj aav* 


ATTl-K 


F.rnr«i Nemingwa*. Mtlllam 
taiilker, rbominn Wilder -:■■** * 
Borl* PaMernah their favorite wi 
re.»M<ng in tIRha 


lUUC tn eyeglass 

HfARiNG AIDS* 


Audget Terma al No lalra C'imI 


VANOifVKR Rr ^ 
dent. 4 oe MorrK. of the Inlet 
national Wnodw«>.U. of 
Amerua TtvIav ri^S: den-- * 
allegatlof!* Iha> *.e •r.utb 
em Interior lumber 
are rti**aM*fied ^' = ** IW'A 
kadeiahip In :heir luiier* 
atrlke ^ome I '*vi wo-*- 
e** atruefc ma tor plan** in the 
#>''Obem Interior aeven weega 


r.iFcr-- = o-.' 210 ‘ 

EMES ELECTRIC 


orr rhe ■ f* * yea- 

IMM bPRlAI. rARTNAB.# 
Robert M fewer* >mj>fengl 
••“etanf IV*eing • ;- : - ;e«*a‘. 

d**-'^*^' » 4 iA ihe * 4 


<T>PFNMAr,rN • AP 
la a fav dog 

P«.- )• a demoriaiK 
pair Al«ar<att part IT.; 
that 

l.a f fall Pan* f;;*.ln 
te r a gotge«««i* A! 


Her ai* iter-r •urter *i»ed 
pan • .-.iiijer ar er«ginm T--,e 
ai-...;er* vaid the # alfair 
W a* -I# pi; • >vefe 

worir.le** ar.d he k»«i the 
revet. ue evpe*ted fr»*m the 
of r .e female with Arr- 
vi;r. 114*14 ilervi 
A . . n ve«tei<Uv aoaplerl 
i'le arrT..ir»i jniRi kroner 
t»'^4) ilamage* P... was lined 
40 kriioer pi( ! efir. 


rv 24 USI 


A MUST-SEE BARGAIN FROM OUR 

JAN. CLEARANCE 


-.yer 

-a«l 

• Hern 
T* pi in 


l.OMtn.V •Kejiei«> Rua 
a>a • «p«ie df>g Alhina veleir: 
n' 4 ii" : ' ' of fSgh’ i* -iid 
Soviet rorket* hs* ‘ ‘1 -li..-. 
pup* aivd - feelt.ig peif^ -;-. 


Pan ttnimpre* — hy peril 
gtee ;r :He ferue In due 

.. --r the Aiaatun Vs-.;?\ 
„_.t- hiri!. Ill wen Hf^al'r!' nut 
obvii>u«U uripedigreett pup* 


fHjrvirlrw 


Te :rpmied lodav 

The I ..:e dngfie* a^ • 
fui i^ave a gimd af.p^tite a-'*t 
are rjuirkly ga.c-rg >>i weight 
H * 4 id A photogra^-s of this 
first ' rnsmle family ' was puh 
fuhed in the Soviet magarme 
Ofonek 

Albina a^d another ring >*efe 
re. nvered alive and well after 
S'.fc--- **ea:Sy 2 *^' mile* ia«i 
A’Jfusl. 


*'.Tpmen' ann 
w<-fk -vf the ad 


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Letting in Daylight 


*n ESLMPTION of a Ihlrtl uinler's 
lx work on bur> mg overhead cable* 
In the city’a centre will get under 
uay tomorrow, at an outlay of 
loOO.nOO for this iitage of the project. 
The British Columbia Electric Ltd.. 
U now at the halfway mark in it« 
plan to remove all overhead wire* in 
»ome 30 city bloi'k* In the dowTtlown 
area. Trenching, duct* and concrete 
acceas vault* oix’Upied the first part 
of the project, and will continue to 
do .so between n<m' and May on this 
stage. It is next >'ear and the year 
following that Victoria will begin to 
lee the benefit. That Is when the 
wire* and cables will come down, 
buried conduil.s pick up their loads, 
and city streets and walls stand clear 
of the mgework and netted grills 
that have festooned them for licht- 
lr«. power and other purpoae*. Hre 
hghting also will be simplified. 

This season's work still will he 
concerned with excavation: in co- 
operation with the city's puhBc works 
department, which has agreed to 
wnrk in concert on its road program. 
Al«. the cable-burying project will 
contribute at once outdoor work that 


can be proeeculed In winter. Some 4."» 
men will find employment under con- 
tractors in the undertaking., apart 
from whatever the city may do in its 
street* midget 

l/K>king ahead to the end of the 
overhead wires in these .10 hlm*ks, 
here seem* to lie a considerable op- 
portunity for \'lctoria to improve the 
8(>pe‘irarH*e of a good deal of the 
downtown area. Clearing the wires 
from the fac'e of buildipgs should in- 
voke much needed renovation !her%'. 
City sidewalk* without pole •‘islands'* 
at the curb will present a more open 
aspoct. FTfen more can be said for 
the gain from removal festoons of 
wires from the skyline generally. The 
operation will let daylight in, give 
the *treet* a wider appenrance and 
generally brighten up the downtown 
area. 

If property owners lake their cue 
from this change, a good deal royjd 
be done to polbh up \’ictona's retail 
section The new sh^ipiiig mall In the 
same area may provide the impetus 
needed for a wider and more general 
(onn frf renovation It Is an op- 
portunity that should be seized. 


Standing On Guard 


G ood luck to the junior Chamber 
of Commerv'e. If it can induce 
people to put the same words to their 
singing of ’*0 Canada" it will accom- 
ptlsh a miracle. Even sehool children, 
presumed to sing under official dlrec- 
lion and at prescribed (unctiona. ap- 
parently do not do so In unison. Thu 
U said to he because someone — who. 
one wonders — changed the Weir 
versloo some vear* ago. 

It should be easy for the school 
board to set a common version to the 
C'anadian anthem, even if it does not 
think that the Hon R Stanley Weir 
knew what he was about Authors, 
•femingly. never do. Countless gen- 
eration* of people live their live# 
blithely misquoting famou.* verses or 
aong«. It is surprising that half the 
famous tomb* In the world are not 
emptied mdignanl ghosts an- 
Tvoyed by abuse o( their brain 
cMldren. 


The Junior Chamber might cause 
Bchool students to he confined to the 
correct, or ordained, word* of "O 
Canada." In time therefore the com- 
munity might sing the anthem a* it 
ought to Meanwhile, how'ever. adult* 
will go on putting in their owti words, 
or humming fum-le-tum to cover the 
blanks. Few people ever deliberately 
learn a song: they pick it up hy hear- 
say and perpetuate all kind* of 
error* in the proiv*.* 

In point of fact probably not too 
manv adults could repeat the Weir 
version correv*tI>. even one verse. 
They are too lazy. also, to corrtN’t 
false impn*s!»lon* Perhaps the best 
that can he hoped for la that while 
singmg about standing on guard they 
will really look as though thev were 
on guard! The accompanying attitude 
b •eneraliy aa inapt aa the kais- 
qvscAatkin. 


Guide to B.C.’s Waterfowl 


T he Provincial Muieum's library 
of handbook* on natural history 
has Just received a notable addition 
from the presses of the Queen's 
Printer. Devoted exclusively to water- 
fowl. it IS the sixth in a serie* de- 
tcnbing the veriou* species of bird* 
to be found in British CohiMhia and 
llie fifteenth nature handbook put 
out hy the museum dealing with 
animal and plant life. 

In a region abounding in water- 
fowl. thl* pocket .*i7.e booklet is an 
invaluable identification guide for 
anyone Interested In a fa*«*inatlng 
subject. With its aid the moat in- 
experienced novice could quickly give 
a name to any of the varieties of 
duck*, gee .s e. merganser*, twans and 
other web-footed bird* to be seen on 
British Columbia'a seathorea and 


lakes. Produced main)> for the edu- 
cation and pleasure of amateur bird 
watcher* and school children, the 
handbook also ha* much practkal 
value for hunters, wrho mast be able 
to recognize the manv vanHle* of 
waterfowl if they are lo obey, the 
game regulation*. 

Like the other five nl the bird 
acne*, the latest booklet i* the work 
of two noted ocnlthologist* of the 
museum staff. Mr. (*. J. Guiguet wrote 
the clear and con»*ise descriptions; 
Mr. Frank I.. Beehe drew the superb 
sketches affording an infallible- guido 
lo Identification, the repniductum of 
which also is a fine example of the art 
of printing. To anyone with even no 
more than a casual Interest In the 
Hrdlife around him thi* and all the 
other handhooka are worth many 
time* tlieir token price of 25 cents. 


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I'neven Burden 
tt i* argued that by prtiMdtng power 
• reasonable rate In isojsied at>d 
aparwspnpuiated arena, the power com- 
auslon l* helping develop these area* 

We will go along quietly up to Ihii 
point Bui does It naturally follow that 
the full co*i of thl* policy »hould tw 
charged to a small *egment of the pnpula- 
Don of ihe province’ 

The cost of providing Ihe suhshly urv 
der the preseni *y*tem la charged only 
to people who happen to live In areas 
nerved hy the power commission. If the 
aubsidie* are necesaary and are in me 
interest of Ihe provlm-e. and we think 
the answer I* ’‘ye^" on each count, then 
all the people of the province should pay 
the coat How it ahould be rained is a 
matter lor the govemroent to decide. Any 
way wouM be fairer lhan the preeent 
way. 

-lanrsaimi emovtexa 

(Tofled 8hop 

Action taken recently by the BC. 
School Trustees' Aaaodsnon in eempeny 
srtth the B.C School Tearhero' Federation 
to the final step tdCrards the rloeed ahop 
tn the teaching profession. The two 
groupe have aatabUahed Jointly a policy 
lor listing teecher vacshcle* in their own 
pamphiets and pubHcatKms artd urge the 
•A'iusion of newspaper luting except tote 
In the season or tn rsM of emergmey. 

A restricted adveiiUlng of tesching 
prwltmn* means that only those wtthin 
the inner eifrle of the lescher*' lodge 
will be permitted to learn of varsrvoeo 
arising. Irreiq>ertlve of how good a laa« b- 
er an applicant may he. he may only lest-h 
provided he has paid hia dues. This Is a 
fall accompli. Now. however, the able ap- 
ptkant must pay his dues before he la 
pemilted to know what vacancies extol. 
This to a measure unlikely to gain the 
confidenoe of the general public or to 
gentrlbuta to tlM wsU-batag of tlio studMl 




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Thinking Aloud 

*. . . of shoes -and si-ip* and seal- 
ing was <nf cabbage* and kings.** 


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An Easier Road for Britons in *59 


my TOM TA1I/OB 

Y or would rwit guew it fn»m \ v 
lot ,4 streets Im sure but 

BtiiUh L'oJuaihi* h-ilds the ti ' ms 

2 bor>oi of having the 
.most slc<>b--:..- m 
i'arvada ‘riie ms 
ii O -iU 
be In Varu'ouver 1 
Muppnoe. if tie- 
iai.^ that ni> . 
lams the bigj{r ‘ 

■ of pe..pk 
The figures to 
support B t ■ ■ pre 
eminence m thi« type of mnsump 
tion are cited by a re.searrb dlte«'tor 
in VancTHiver They will be twy>Md 
disiHite although hu rwk is 
might he challenged 

He thinks a psv- ■ :* «y 

*c«ouniv for the Bt* if ’’-th 

•eems a bft hard »n the pinne<'i« 
(‘entur> -ism and hi* ilk must ' ,e 
done a lot mf>re than tipple at I'.e 
bottle el^ thcie wouJdn t have been 
mu,*h III celebrate last The a* 

Bumptton 4eem« to he that a friH k 
coat Is more ahetetnious lhan a pair 
of nveraUs. something >*ou’d rvever 
guess at many a - ktall pari). 


left lt> the lefuter merries of s system 
which protects the public servant at all 
costa. 

-smvtv astttw 

ImIUHtry mnd PnmiiprHy 

When we think of rtie great natuial 
reaourtei of thto prr*vm<e and of Ihe 
atarwlards of living we cnuld have and 
contrast this wtth the ptesent #«-ale n( 
unemployment and rising prices. It Is ob- 
vious lo Ihe most obtuse that something 
to out ftf gear. 

What is out of gear Is our thinking 
of whsl makes for p “-rlty in a nation. 
In spile of Prime Mint.- ter Diefenhaker. 
Canada still awaits the de ttoulle who 
will lead the way out of Ihe impasse. 

We await the poittlral figure who will 
tell ua bluntly that industry and prosper 
Hy go hsnd In hand . . . that with millions 
of hungry stomachs being added to the 
world's population eoch year, other things 
being equal It to those who strive the 
hardest who will get the food and other 
material benefit*. The •Iternatlve* ar* 
derlmtng exporia, derlinmg Incomes, ris 
Ing prices 

*nie cure may be distasteful but it to 
better than the disease 

— o«a sav Lisoaa 

(Vntbnnial Addbd Drpth 

The (’entenmal Year of B.C. should 
not be allowed lo pass without comment 
that an excellent program of evenli and 
ceremontoto was sucresafully carried 
through by Ihe oCficto] government com- 
mittee and the hundreda o| local com- 
mtitees Proof of this la the number of 
Inqulrtoa from abroad as to how the can 
tral committee funrttorved. 

The results of IbM in will remain 
with ua. They will help to shape our so- 
ciety bjr adding a aonas of de^h to life 
to B.C The cost has been amali rompa^ 
to the toatlng benefita there wiO be 

—cswMiaaa taaeaa 


W»>cn. by Ihe way does a place 
g(4duste mj! -*>f the fri»mier cstc 
gory* We are food of excusing our 
denvent* along any line b> deprerai 
ing B* as a your.g countr) as we 
do of <'ari«d« even though it's all nf 
3D0 yevrs old aa a hatmn : as 

If ... 4<l I'vcil itt the — - K 

W.MMto artd -u r-A the ctvlli/.ng 
g-^s- w p4iad<ixh (l|y. If ; follow 
Ihe »ds vmi'll nnii<e that a N»»He 

often p«. r;.p,j ,, I- - ,n 

diSWing , 

Yet the iiuth must be ih • BC 
ii.i-if nur r:;;.* gene: ;• *'»ve 

gfMwn up withmit knowing sruthing 
ahfiut froMiior hf# Thl" irr; ' 
of ‘ -f rultufsl ■ ■ — a 

frTi,,'.. r mP;_‘*t T 4sion 

tr.-.. a 'ir- - r a thing «>i *wf.- to 
far u pi^ - >••• • thr* ■ :i r.i’i4da 
ft ia too It — -.M ev- sis*, . for 
the hahita ..f dnnking 

Another aorr v. hat pr« iiliar 

t*~' ad\ar>ced is ilwH dispUred 
person* are retporuubk for B<' s 
distinctive alcoholic flavor I gather 
that displa<-rd pef>pie are those who 
have tom up tbetr roots etoowhere 
artd c'me here to live This sounds 
atorming lo nte since 1 tore mine up 
artd dM dJMo Fortunately I d<«n t 
feel a bit dtoplfl'i-d Nor should any 
C'anudlan moving fmm orte provm>e 
to another 

The Vartrouver research dlrertor 
says further that BT doean't have 
mar.-v pe<iple native to the provirtce. 
He sure’.v didn't consult the IfiM 
rertsus figursa, for these showed that 
70 per rent of British t'olumhisn* 
weie native sons artd daughters ]f 
Ihe priceniage had declined since 
then, snd it may have incressed, It 
could only be a ptSnt or two. 


Manv newcomers lo B C. In any 
case are not at the loose end attrib- 
uted to them. They may have tom 
up their former roots btit they plant 
new oftes veyy easily Tliey are far 
fmm being bar flies, either, aitd it It 
difficult to aicepi the thesis that 
they lark the rontrnls thf.^ formerly 
had They are llte same iHSipie 

The research chief, doe* say how- 
ever, that they dnn I know tbesr 
things for sure. IW# to the Irue e» 
planatkMi. nr ratlter lack of M. for 
R.C'a alleged drinking asrenrtanry. 
.*ktme of the natimial ftotsam doe* 
graduate to the coast. of cmir*e. be 
cause ot the rlimsie. hut this can't 
aci-ount for the rnnat 'ma*~>ve thirst 
In all Tarvada e ^ 

Perhsp*. Indeed. It is the latiibrt- 
wis climate which i* to blame by in 
during people l»* celebrate Ibeir gnnd 
fortune at living here. Dr perhaps It « 
Just that British ('nhimblarvs don't 
hold thetr liquor aa well as harder- 
headed Canadian* elsewhere who 
manage to keep their fralHy heller 
hiddeo. 


'1*HF New Year alwa)S ■■-ales th# 
ut * temptation to become an old 
ua Moore regarding the future and to 
he tM>c-;-me remuiiscetil about the past. 

in It I*, howevlh — j 

worth considering j 

iU What " v-ssaol VjB 

1 In Ktiism in the j|| 

U«t vear artd relate 

It to the pnssthill IM 

tic* of the New ^ 

people a 
ago wfMjM 

,p predicted iha* 

would end on the opilmi«tlc note 
>>d ^ which tl has ende<l. Domestically 

■ ■am is much healthier than ar the 
beginning of the year W> have seen 
the end nf many roniroto. and rew h- 
ed the point in our economy where 
for ail pra«'U-~4i purpose* * citizen 
*r4e In lortirol hts own affair* may 
do ' • The government ha* he-rnne 
-te*" interested in ronvcrii inoalW pet- 
s>mat affaii • W'e may for example 
^ bu.v a hnu<~ arid furniture by any 
ilr mean* mutually ac-epiabte to bu>er 
^ Sf«i seller 

A year ago a trader wa* fined for 
ine'alUng a trieviainn *el before the 
first payment wa* wiade Another 
devler was fined for selling tfmepav- 
rnenf furniture for a smaller dcp.. -il 
Ih -- the "ivemmeni had rwdered. 
*' 1-egaI brairv* were working overtime 
finding ways and means of permit- 
" ting buyers and aeliers to get |<v 

** "n their own term* 

A year ago il was difficult lo nh- 
”* lain an overdraft fmm a Iradirg 

bank Today competing bank* ate 

seitMc overdraft* sa if they were 

^^•!^-'g a b-irgain “i* 


T! “ ma. - iiteocixiiuiikui of the 
Rilllsh citiren these da'.t I* to avoid 
:^mpiali but the lime pavme>--i f) 
narice companie* emphasize that the 
*ver ?e Br1M«h rlttren ri a fast tisk 
snd that the lailo of bad deh»* ■* lev* 
than s quarter of rme per cent tt 
would seem that broadly he maruiges 
In avoid lemptattofi What he does 
not avoid is having a good lime on 
test year'* income 

Time Capeuto . . . 


By RKN4R11 L TIIOMA* 

Many thinga new to Urilam but old 
to t'anadun* have come to us 
through the year. We may. for 
example, fly lo toe eriils of the earth 
• nd back again and pay for It over 
the next IM month*. W'e may re- 
le ^ .. 

vver two years. W> mav even i-jy 
hoi. V im a five per I'rnt dep«f l| 
ahull. If all goes well, will he re 
lured lo nn deposit before anc-rher 
couple of month* are out The t 
iha* your house - -..is (wire a* much 
by the time you mvn it deter* no one 

Tin* year if ‘-r^l agents ate nf- 
feiirvg afi in holidays in Europe In- 
cluding fare* hotels accommodation 
and even tip* cm the never never 
plan W'e are assured, however that 
It Is good for busirveaa that II pro- 
vide* emplovrrvent and no doubt the 
time payment traveller wiU arrange 
to get his $270 travel alirmanre hy 
means of a pers.:r.jl hank Ic" ■ le 
payable over two years I.,ots nf peo- 
ple will have a marvellous holiday 
thl* year and repent at leisure 

Ptemlum b(^s have been happily 
apreadtng erv^antment during the 
year The most they offer L* $2 700 fn 
a month for the equivalent of a cent, 
but there I* no doubt that the plan is 
twlptng to make the people happier, 
and again |i provide* emplovroeot for 
mote civil *ervant«. 

a a « 

Broadly II has been an em-- -csgtng 
year TTvere have been cuts In *ale* 
tax and the future promises still 
he’ier things 

The worst thing ahead of u* In 
fosrt Is ■ general ele«‘=-"- and the 
trouble will he to time it so tlia' it 
does not coin»ide with the ftuisian 
effort to stir up liouble over Berlin. 
At the rr -.meni Ihe return of the t'nn- 
aervatlvev is almost certain hut It is 
always p«^-ible tl*_it a IM'le addii^-i *l 
hf4t from .Mr Khm^chev. fi en Mr. 
(tiiva* m C'ypryi* fmm Mr 

Miniotf It: Malts may Up the - »e 
the oiher wav ft 1* surprising 'i<*w 
emotional British electois van become 
If they believe that situation* have 
been badly handled It also remark- 
able how «Uly governmt-;.: can be- 

come If they think II will lead tn a 

By C, F.. Mortimorm 


French Pawnshop Scandal 


A W4 ANDAI. erupted la Frware tS 
years ago after the nalbata] 
pawaslMip In Bayimne rolkapaed. bMk 
rapl. 

fXilire found the pawnshop's 
fminder. .Serge ,<tavlsky. dead in an 
abamkmed villa at Chamonix, aup^ 
pivaediv s suicide, 

Stavisky . a mysterious man. had 
never been itied under a criminal in- 
d>< tment retuirred seven year* earlier, 
lie had friervds m high pU'Ws Colon- 
ial minister Alben DaUmicr, who as 
finaru'e minister had authorlred Sla- 
vi«kv to Issue gto.rmiinno worth of 
pawnshop bonds, resigned. 

Ttie worthless bonds ate up Ihe *av- 
ings nf ihotisanda of amali Invettora. 
There wrie riois tn Paris The gow 
emmeni of Premier <*amille Chau- 
Irmpa was tollriing 
William Greenwood, hearrled prophet 
of Olympta. Washington, was building 
an Sfk In preparailno for the floivd 
which, he believed, would destroy the 
world In 193H 

ICirTtection: By error, events of 

January. were U*»ed Instead of 
January \9H. In the "Tt years ago'* 
ae<iion of laat week's Time Capaule.) 


V I4TORIA people urged lhal iHe 
-Prortorlal I'nlveralty'* be bulH 
in the rupllal cHy. M year* agfx 
A meeiing of those interested in Ihe 
university rami>aign wa* held In city 
eouncil chamber Police magistrate 
Oorge Jay was In Uif chair Among 
Ihe people present were Mayor Hall, 
Chief Justice Hunter and Ihe follow- 
ing others: 

Mra.- C E. Cooper, Mtoa CreoM. J, 


A. Mara. A C FlumerfeH. D R Ker. 
C H Ltigrln. Harry Pooiey, Rev. W. 
W' Bolton. J W'. I-alng. Rev W l.esiie 
C*toy. Rev. J- K. Holling Rev Father 
Brabant. Frederick ftovie. MPP John 
Jardine. MPP Rev Father I^Meime. 
H Dallas llelmcken K<* Rev, T W. 
Gladstone. K K Paul. MA. John Nei- 
son Henry Benaon. MPP. 

Seven hundred people visdrd the 
new CPR steamer Prin'es* Charlotte 
in Vlctoiis snd coniMbuied a •treahle 
sum lo the Seamens Instllulr and 
Lifeboat Asaocisiion. 


-/a ago urged rather •mnglv that In- 
dlaiM be moved away from town. 

'The proximity of a Urge Indian 
aetllemenf to the centre of town we 
present as being dangerous to Ihe 
peace and safety of Its Inhabitants; 
and when we consider the Intiisn 
hsMif as a question of morality aa 
well aa safely, i*.? would respectfully 
urge lhal measurea ba adopted to 
effort their removal . . 

This was mild language compared 
with that nf a rorreeporvdent who 

WTXde; 

*‘|iow much longer are we to he In- 
flk'ied with the Ininierahie nuisance 
nf having hundreds upon hundreds of 
hideous half naked, drunken sav ages 
In nur midst’” 

However, those ''Mvsges ‘ were the 
nrlglnsl mvner* of the land. The gov- 
ernment had promised therq that 
they could stay where they were. And 
the liquor had heen supplied to them 
by white men 

coiMtsT riLta. 


few wavrring votes falllrg on thelf 
aeW of the fervoe. 

No one betmves that Mr. Khmsh- 
• : IS trying le help the fatciaJ^'a 

b-‘i It to possible that ihe Berha 
ciii> ' mav becume an election ivsue 
reiMf.jr,ed iiv the ghewts of .Suez 
havr not yet been told. It la 
po ibto that If there Is any more un- 
ernp;--.n>em it will weigh against 
liie government (hough there is «ome 
evide.nre that parsdoxically quite a 
number of people are quite happy 
mpinved - few of them collecting 
mote from the welfare atata than 
they would hr able to earn. 

a a * 

t 

The convVriaMinv of the pound It 
taken for granted as something 
w' ' Will be with ut not later than 
Apiii We have already Uavelied nlite* 
'.'lit-, of the road by 'making ti,« 
d»=!'af •terling •.-invertibie to non- 
resident* ?Nis>n the resident and non- 
resident dollar ar -unt will disappear. 
We have ,.een the end of the limit on 
Ihe unponaiion of sterling and ihta 
year we ahould see the end of a 
limit on export. 

Indeed. If thr Russians ran be per* 
eueded to he sensthie and the Brllish 
f'otonul office persuaded to be a little 
more balanced In Its attitude. Wf 
sh" .'M be a happy year In Britain. Life 
1* ' . I to normal lhan at any time 
si: e 19.T9 and a* mnet of our 
tr(T--:hies domrsii; ally concern nation* 
aii/ed md' try It i« untikeh that the 
eot-iaiist* «i|| be able lo acme any 
point* m (ha! dim tion. .Vir ts itieie 
merh that the many vo'era 

bfO'ight up In aci a of rigid control 
appreciate the freedom of action 
wi... il ha -vme from the fiimina'ion 
of . ■''tin|s 

All thmg* m«i*idered 19^9 may 
pu»\e a g'*od year. 


The Packsack 

Of GR».t;ORV 4 IjkBK 

XV^fllAT do summer tourist ramp 
^ operalnr* do In the winter? 
.^•me of them move south and oper- 
ate or gel lobs 
In. winter resort* 

Other* return lo 
part lime employ 
ment m city and B- 
town frirm N**vem- . * 

her to April .Some I ^ 

Jue! retire for the 

offseevon. having 

made all they need • ' * J . 

during Ihe summer f { 


Hut I had lunch yesierday with a 
man whn operate* a small rahtn'tvt>« 
louri*i resort well back fmm the 
main roed* Hut aeaiion begin* with 
hi*ar hunteis. mostly American 
sportsmen, who arrive at hi* camp 
In April, as soon a* the hungiy beats 
come out of hlhernahon Next come 
(he tr«>ui fishermen tn Msy. and they 
fill him up to the end of Jurve. July 
and August he hss regulars wh« 
spend two week vacsttons In hit nut* 
of the way camp, which I* then run 
as a swimming boating, loafing and 
eating summer resort, the old famll* 
tor type 

In Ortnher come the mooee snd 
deer hunter*, who fill him out to 
Ihe end of November. 

He 1s gtod to see the tost of them- 
For now he c»enmenre* hto own rec* 
reational activltie* He to a trapper, 
bom not made From his camp he 
rune a trapline to two outpoet camps. 
Last se aso n he ptrkod up $4 (VX) from 
heaver, mink. Usher, marten; and 
hung up enough fox skina'on the wall 
(o -"'1 to hi* tourists tost summev for 
arwitber Iksi 

What was ne doing in (he city yes- 
terday • ( (he peak o^ (he (rapping 

season? 

Taking flying le^mt He has bought 
a Rice little aircraft, the happy, tlm» 
llUed man. 


f 



9tUq (tolcmiftf VWitrte. I.C.. S«.. Ju. li. itsf 


lILsturka] PrpfpHenI 


‘Golden Ages’ Go in Cycles 


Scientific Creativity Slowing Down 


Before beinf elMled lo the teevr of Soontch. 

Mr. Chaiterton mmI he h«d « plan Inr the benefit and 
de\ek»pmenl of Saanich.. If hu plan ta to foice people to 
live In a diatrict whu-h he rho**iie« for them, and to |nn«e 
a non-4e\e)«>pfiy^l rondilion on the rwtnhem halt of the 
municipality. i am afraid he ha« no plan at all A plan 
of that nature la In part a lesionaj plannmc idea. 

Mr C'hallertnn sal on the fence )uai a Utile too long 
before decidinc which aide to fet down oa In teifanl lo 


L«*a>na iMM 
Mfipu mt »a 


h> the firai Spuiniha rela 
lively Ultle happened to Im 


lower. Olher conleaiania lor, ree\c«hip in the IHV* election 
had plana for Saanich de\-e|opmeni and were ready to pul 
Ihem before council and to pr«’«a for their a«Trptame and 
adnpliun Fheae plana did not lake away a mail * fi*'e<lom 
lo ll\e where he wanted, oi llir taapayna' ilahl to de 
vei**^ hia imn lar>d in hr* own way. The m*-n who auide 
Saanh-h Into a fmanrtally *uuml and dpveluped munu-ipal- 
it' will not he (mpular with all people One had d.-.i*i.m 
fyr Saaiilih wa« lo turn down Ihc .Vtalkln hkt-foi tire ile 
'elopmeni of the munici|Nil yard as a shopping iri.lie 
That development would hr to ptofreM right now. We 
do not need a new mum> ipal hall for aomeiime vet 

l.et u« gel down lo hu»ine*A whirh !• going benefit 
the taxpayer of Saanich, and loigel the unne«^«<uir\ frill*. 
Vnniha «lip by and very mile acem* le he acrsimpiiahed. 
Thia an called apiawl tfeveinpinerit is n<»t an Ksoe in Saan- 
Kh II la being um >4 a» a herring to covei up the real con- 
dition, which Is i*< k of good aound administiatton 

People want lo live whcie ihrv think la the hesi pU«w 
for their family They are not a* «heep to he dri'en into a 
certain place hecauae a few men *atd ihe> mtiai do bo. 

„ . ^ A H AHwrrr. 


GEN. FRANCO 


Looking Aheac ~ 

• ■ * W ^ mHV/€4\l Souety. and population for^ 

V^’ ra»iH lie «l*o oheerve* that 

the year I9WI will appioaimaie 

dependents Catholic* and Theatre on Oct. ^ l*i.U. the 'tt*! creallvr life for 
Monarchi*!* FaUuge {Miriy ha* left mo*» of those peiMina who«e acientiflc 

The Falange parly never haa ita FaM'iat manneriama hy the tiaining waa rompleird about 
been allowed lo have armed wayaidr IfMii when "team' reaeaich 

militia auch a* had the Or The Roman aaluie and blue h*****b to hr imp>»Mani 
man Na/ta «m the fa» *Ktrt* are rarely aeen theae Ouuiandmg atomic di«eov> 

data Nor ha* It ever hren ak day a erie* are credited largely lo 

lowed to have an effective p4»li- Falange haa gime through the aurk of great acientlfic 
Ural executive to formulate many change* aince the daya team*. lUth auch adenllata a* 
and carry out ila prilH-v when ti« memheia *hnr i< mu the late Enrico Fermi. Pr. 

Only ntM-e ainre 11.1P haa • >ti gun haltlea agamai the red- H*rold C. I'ley and Dt Aithur 
national a*«emhly of the parly ahirted I'timmuniaia nr the I'ompton filling the role of 
been railed It* na 5*ncialiat youth, who alao wor# "phiymf coachc*." 

tloival council meet* rarely and alUrU. * * a 

briefly. rw u— i .. . 


By HFSKV Bl f Bl BY 
(Kruirr*) 

(!rn FtaniiM'o Fiani'O, look 
ing iMwaid ihe day when *ome 
one elvr lake* over Ihe rein* 
of government, la trying lo get 
h*- Falangr partv and ihe 
(‘alhollc and Mnnaichl*! far 
tiuii* In mcige on ihe lta*ia of 
aci'rpuiig the anti .Marxi*i. 
anti - iihcrak anti-pnpular vote 
•tale he ha* *et up in Spain 
Frarwo. now Wv hut *1111 m 
inhu*l hrailh. doe* not want 
SfMitn lo return to a Byaicm 
of muln party politic* after he 
no longer 1* on the arene a* 
chief of *taie 


Regarding Mr <>«>igea im'enl leilet. || jverm* alrange 
that though Ihe Columhu Rivei power ptuyeit will be a 
Cr«»wn company if agieemeni ran he reaihed with the 
Americans the ritt/cn* nf Hrlti«h Columhia through their 
pimlnciai g«iveinment pu>po*e to allow a piivaie coip..ra 
ttoo with a gentleman of .Swedish Oiman Iniereai* hold 
Ing «7 per cent of the rapual to develop the Peace River, 
an Infinitely greater *nune of povver 

With apotogie* In those who died for ilieif iellnw men. 
I ahall paraphrase I'hurchiU Never. In all Irvdusttial hu 
lory, wiU ao few' have owed ao much lo w» manv ’ 

A H. PORTER. 

MS Tranait Road. 


Poorest 

Multiply 

Fastest 


Vet. although it ha* no 
mean* of direci inlet vent ion in 
Ihe shaping of Ihe de*lmie« of 
the nalioii. the Falange nvnve 
meni ha* ramification* <hat 
link It closely with Important 
•eriion* of .Spam»h MMiety 
It I* vet V .‘U>*e to the 

Wiaioni'Sik: laht,.~ unioo* 

to whtim Franco ha* given 
nuisiderahle puliliral power. 
Joae Soli* the dvnamir labor 
nnal Movement Thi* U the hi>«v also i* general *e«telarv 
ime Mirw uved to dervnie all of the Falange fuirty The 
o*e tone* that fought on Ihe unmn* elect rwte third of Ihe 
aiionallst *i<fe in the Civil ■ memher* of parliameni anrl 
ar. one third nf ltve> mtinicipal 

♦ * a councils in Sfiain a pono town* 

Although the Falange party and village* 
hniti til IftVI ha* had the * • * 

e monopoly ir. Sftain «inre The Falange paitv ha* a 

'• when the O'll War ended and pitweiful voice lo reach ptihltc 
> parties like the Republican* eat*, ftir of lft7 daily new*- 
* SiH'ialiat* and t'ommunisi* papers in S|>ain \1 aie run hy 
'i were Kunoet) Frsr..-^. h«« had the party In arktition if own* 
^ Ihe wing* nf Ihe Falangist *i* weekly review* and oper- 
\ eagle clRt|>ed He never ha* ate* ao commercial radio 
^ alfowed it to fly too high In station* 

hi* cahirwi of Itv minuiiei*. he In rt* 2S veaiX of exisleiMw. 
doe* not include more than »ince the harvdsome. 3dvear-»M 
Xplaruiuon two oi three Fslanri«i figure* .lo«e Ant^mlo Pi icno de Rivet* 
he book The rest are Techmciarw. In- founded it In Madrid * Comedia 


Goes entirely 
into the earl 

No Cords! No Tubes! No Attachments! 

The hearing miiKir of the century the hrvi o»^»a K^i r- 

ing aid' Tiny av a coat button, yet it give* you powerful hearing. 

IDEAL FOR PART-TIME WEAR 

The all-new Maso “( ••tdicvv can be carried in purve or pr^kei like 
a com (i.c* into your or m a vev.'od at work, rtwelingv. panie*, or 
theatre feel poivcd and conltdeni anviune' Anywhere* 

©IT THI TACTS TODAY! Wrifo for InformoNoo. 


K<«n>e or Krtiaissam-e Hal' 


Vatican Bans Book 
By Impatient Priest 


B> Mil TON BF.wwFK « ^ , 

IA**<udolml Pre**, exiu-rt* have 

. f .. j %. **^'**** changfK in climate 

* '"'7? lo o,pl.m huK.l.r.| up. .od 

^.r. o„, 11» II..1 .ho 

■•"•m popuU.«« 

Th „ .u , n,). 

Th, 1..S,. tl..dM,.r. Odlu. r, 

perl* ate that the wuitol* , ^ ^ 

population I* still iiH leasing 

at an unpte.mVnimf fair The nf.pu'.dim. fmef-a.t* 

total mav re*i h TOnnrtnonig) ^ *'*" nation* whi«h 

by the year Jii¥t . mipared * * "*'* »"•'**** "• •’» 

with iW present figure of less mid;f1st ccniury 

than .T(*""«ii<ftii. ''u*.** * >xplosiot - 

But the rxperU predict there ****'^'"* »re .||y Increased 
will be a wide gap In pupula pupulatm-s 

lion growth between Ihe ad ' mg kinds of degi ee* of 

vam-ed and itie •in«tfM|evelc»ped **“ ^ iron at <eita>r. 

munlrlr* with the poorer f*^'""** «»u»‘ng the gnmlh of 
founine* evperiem >ng a far l*"r*«*a»tnn Inrm rme relatively 
greater pt *»port|onal im reave aftother may pi o- 

than Ihe wealthier nmnioes l*»*i •onalltle* r.f t|^ 

The I N pupiitaiwm cs.mmi* ‘ re*<ulred lor aftenttfic 
*t »n *a\* the average annual «^***’*''*) he believe* 
late nf pi*pulallon inrrea*e Scientlfie activity may he 
will be nrve per <*01 foe the during period* of popula 
Ikrh grwwp <t* iwunirte* in "***• •t*han>. amwrding lo Kla 


By t.rOKt.R AKMwTBOM* han<* 
North Amerh-an Sera 

Newspaper .AIIkMice "If t 

The Holy Offitw of the 
Rotnan Catholic church ha».*”^ 
ordered the wnmeiliale with 
diawal of a newly puhlinhed 
hook. 'Pastoral Eijirnenies ** *1 
hy l»»>n Lotento Mllanl. even 
though the hook waa printed Th 

under the auspice* of Dm mav 
i'arifinal Delia v'oaia. Atrh 
hi*hop nf Florence and haa a 
lengthy preface hy the Arch 
hi*hnp of I'ametino. M 
aignor D Avack 
The Holy IHfice aUo p 
hiwriad Ihe mtruair* of i 
parUh priest from being ira 
fated into other fanguagea. 


Mairo -f Urloda — R. O. Ml NM»N A < O. • M* Ff»rt 


Atkireva 


Fate of Red China Regime 
Ma V Be Dec i dedT h is Y ea r 


fvtn l.^renio Milan! la In 
charge nf the |>ari«h of Calen. 
laivo. near Florerwe Impar. 
en| With Ihe irvadequactes of 
Ihe Inrat achool system arwl 
ahocked by the low cuituial 
level of hi* pa rt«h loner*. Don 
Lnien/o opened hi* own achool 
aeietal year* ago. 

Hia operating cusia were 
low jn rent* a year ftn black 
paini for the womfen black 
board 10 cent* a year for ink 
powder 

To have hi* •chont the 
prie*t made the parish do 
W'lthout rehgtou* piorevstons. 
fnnihall. fieida. or movie* or 
leleviuon m Ihe pat!»h house 
the customary enttcementa 
of an Italian par1*h. 


varwed eronomie* Then pre« 
ent annual tale* nf natural In 
cie*--' range fn»m ime half lo 
l'» per rent 

The changes rleperwi f<H’ the 
most pa 1 1 on vi aiallnn* in tt~~ir 
lelalivriv l«>w fnitti rates 
«inee their death tate* remain 
km 

In 1IIA7 the birth rate* of 
most Tuiwte-an rvrunitics weie 
In llie range nf 1% !•* /i ^ler 
ihnusarwl In Ihe Soviet I'nton. 

the I’nited S**tcs 
Aigenima. Au»tiaha and New 
and the Kuitipean 
populalUm of Anuth Aftira the 
rate was between 2.T and ^ 

In mainland (.'hma the prea 
ent Iwrth rate i* m the range 
nf 37 to <3 per Ihnusjind with 
rale 17 In 31 per 


JUST ARRIVED IN TIME FOR OUR 

January 


The o>rrmune* have awak 
k'wed up a half billion pea 

sanis 

They mean the end uf virtu- 
altv ail private pt«>|ierty. Hu* 
bond* and wive* have pitvaie 
meeting* only orwe every two 
week* 

*n>e rximmune* have changed _ . 
the whole nature of (*hii>e«e * 

f'haiiman Mao TseTong has 
got lo piov-e tn Ihe pewsanta 
that their petnonal henefiia 
artd the country* henefii* 
make up for the personal hard- 
ship* and the lremendnt.s loss the death 
of peraonai rlghta arid free- ihous«rtd The annual natural 

Im tease la about two per cent, 
* • * nc more than loonoooo a year. 

Mao Ihu* far ha* been able 

lo push his program fairly I 

Bucrexsfully But there ha* ! 

been oppoaiiMMi. and It ha* 

been strong enough lo he ad \ 

milted in the mnirolled pie** /\. yjEl l^» 

of t'ornmunUi (.111110. In the 

past. Red paper* have admitted .-—'jTjTYi '//f l\ f* * * 

numerrrus «a*e* of tw'asani , ^ 

uprising*. Now- this ar^ near ^ ^~7 

trouble* have been confirmed 

by the all powerful central 

rommiiiee of the Communial IHCRIAII YOUR WIRIBI 
P**^*>' aad CUT TBUR MWtR IILL 1 


The vear 1*»V» may be the N'*hodv I* predU ting that 

_ . <'ommiini«l China will rrumhie 

mo*i important m the history , ^ - 

' Imrriediately • nmmunist mi* 
of the ( hinese (om<ini«t re nave an umulated slowly 

gime since It came Into power. The ei ion of pmer tf It 
|t loiikl give an answet o» the •■’►me* al*n probably wil be 
r<t*t sign* of an an«wer. to Rebellion on a large 

Ihe hig question l*('ommuni«t »cale. If It come* must wall 
Chiiui destined to he Ihe m*r*i until a number of factor* co- 
corr.muni^ed nation in the Inrwie. 

wnrM and iKe m<-i jemerful ih„ the 

na»mn in A*ia nr I* »he heart answer In China's tmmediaie 
eil for inrreasingly .efioua another 

Irrmhle and perhapa eaienaive depend* nn the •ocre*. or 

failure of Ihe people a mm- 
Despile Ihe afcnmp:‘*hmenl* mune *y*tem ThN I* a av* 
of the Chinese Cnmmunisi re- lem of guvernmeni enforced 
gime there I* evidence that roUecnvi/atmn which even the 
*ome *ertmia mistake* have Russian* abandoned a* im 
been marie and *he may have practiraL 


SALE 


He wrote that the wrhole vtl- 
lage underwent a kind of re 
nai*«ai>ce Farmer*' *nn* were 
aonn rlehaling about Sorraie* 
and school attendance hr 
aav*. was alwaya 100 per rent 
The honk received a left- 


A NEW SHIPMENT OF 


Out of the packing cases . • . 
onto the sale racks, smart 
now styles in wools, crefics 
and new fabrics. One and 
two-piece styles . , . just 
what you want, and look . , 


Bv RAI.FH MHill.E 
Norik AmeHiM New ■ paper 
AlUanre 


[ of Wnhnut *o much as a glance to renrganlre Ihe live* nf aome Tradliitmally. the Oiinese 
king at ti« he *ip*le to the pond 'lOnraginmi human beinga In Have been mme intei 

rtime and *qua(ted at Ihe edge to commune* eater! In food than politic* To 

»hek. wash hix hand* in the rain- • * * dav. with forai het-nmlng an In 

aking muddied yelkiwr water. Fin- The arheme ha* brought cieasinglv rnifMirtant topic of 
drove tstied. he -atocal. giving u« no re*i*iance from Russia There di*ru«skm* among the pea*^ 
ve 75 eve at all. and went Into hli wa« a public staiemeni of crtll- ants, the po«aihlhly exl*u that 
the house. cism and. H t« believed, a food may lead lo poilUrw. 

•rrted * a a alronger private prnlest tTiina'a population la over 

rrsliy The Chinear rtewspaperman The .Soviet* are not without the ft.V> 000.000 mark and In- 
built waa hliter experience. In .'^r Wln*ton rreaaing at the raie of 15.000. 

id a "You *ee that unprintable'* ('hurchlll'a memoir* he tell* 000 a year While It give* the 

he «ald. revealing hi* CS. of asking Premier Stalin If Communui* more potenllal 
n *rhnnling. "he didn't offer to the effort lo mllectivire the workera and aoldler*. it alao 
rural ^Ip he<-*use he didn't wish In peasant* had nol been a* diffi- give* them more moulha 10 
he involved He didn't even cuM a* conduriing the war. feed If they can't feed Ihem 
► vll ot u* heratt«e he I* wary Stalin seemed excited and they are headed for real 

* the Trom experience** atirred hy ihe memory of It. trouTilc. 

ill fflv paused, aniraed ihf man "Much more difficult.** he said, 

what tnneleiMiv and impei aonally. "It was necessary to liquidate 
That man " he «ald. "and or trarufer to.onoono peraona." 


Yea. Inadequate wiring coata 
you mote |,el u* check 
viiur home and make needed 
ati|u*(menta anon Our rate* 
are reawmable. (!uaranieed 
repaint 


MURFNY ELECTRIC 

CO. I.TO. 


41 ST ONE (JROrr AMONG THE 
W ORKS OF ( LKARANTK VAU ES 


SERVING YOUR COMRRUNITY 


OAK lAT LIIERAL ASSOCIATIOH 

ARTHUR LAING 

Provincial IJheral t.#ader 
HPFAKIMi ON 

“CURRENT RROVINCIAL AFFAIRS*' 

OAK RAV MI NiriFAI. HAM. 

Oak Ba.v Avenwe and Rampaklre Bond 

WED. JANUARY 14 8.18 P.M 


(PUJ 0 in€n 
(S [HILDRCn 
....'and nitn" 


On. Oxer 
and I Mier 
f^ouqUa 





n^i^iemn 


A ’X ifMhr'txty 


lads <l«L»a(d. ¥««••*«• 


Philosopher Carv (/rant Sav 


En vy Criici fief I Jngrid 


H\ StUlKAH i.KAMAM 

HOLl>Y\Vnor) (NANA) — ".Many of (ho f^rcat 
heauUe* tyf Ihr world have »ubt'on<H loiwlv hrcon«* 
beautiful m nrdor to provoke n»en. in order to i*ejoct 
them.” uld ('ar> Grant. 

I )i«d unciiva)l> »an(p<l lo ■'’d I oi anked about lngn«l a 


•Jan II. la— \ IrltHla s>m- 
plH»a> Orrhf«tra with plan 
IftiK R^aitn Mmid and VMiil 
frad 'M'fHt. Ri»>aJ TtM^alr^. 


f.... ~ and ^nthu»M« a«:.~; 

briii^f N top l|(»)lywiai>l fttai (or 
yf-7- In (art he is nua the 
i ^tai ai the m(|ii - 

Bu> 1 ni a iiiil-r toed o( 
'■■■ %ubjr. • .'ll Oar>. aiiu 
•I n.|t • M 


. fhf «i . ti »oin^ 

people li.;.- hri dimn • much 
whe =.s-.p went to lta|) aiui 
R - elh: I It cave them a 
•ha*..- to take th' onus off 
ll>eti ,,wn tud behavl--< 

"I tell the Ia<!i. l^hn .tie 

et)\ lolls 'You env'. Iiei he 
. . 1 ,,. nhai )ou want 

f? t . t dare ' 

rrKIMTI.) II4IT\ 

T;.-.. ie«»TiiJy Ihr-- ladl- 
had a ‘ to m> 'rtui 
P<«»r Inciid Pont Incitd non 
peifrvtiy ^Mipp\ 
!ias foui Uiveh hildten 

and l-atT - rhmidi wf: *i 


Has anyone goi a bustle 
In lend* 


Jan. M— Miiinlpec RaJtet, 
Ko>al Tliealre, 1 .10 p.m. 


The Theatre tiuJId Is anv 
htus to herrpH several 
hustle |>pe dres<»ea. vOitace 
IMd. for the rnrthmniinc 
priKturthMi f. “The Malrh 
maker.'* 


FLORA MCHt^LSON 


Jen tl-^Mi-torta Uusiral 
Arts sorlet> presents llenise 
Mara. planisl. Hol>naMl 
Huuse. t.i5 p.m. 


In rharge nf hustles and 
thincs are I In Mllllaim 
Mill 1 '!CS(> and Ken IbMhick 
ir.\SM.Ui. who »m hn 
find In hear from bustle 
•n net*. 


Jan *tt-Kalkl Russe de 
Monte t arin. Rn>al Theatre. 
An p.m. 


The unfniiuhate illneaa of 
Vi» lima N -:..hAn has 
.^used »imie ehulflinc of ar< 
rancements m connection w'lth 
ihtee state events under her 
dliectiuii 

Tl*e Cent; :i:, Pscarnt of 
Metropolaan United Church, 
eduled (or ptevrnlatlon in 
e Krh- - has been post* 
p(r -d imi'i the 


Jan Sl'^VIrlofta Theatre 
ItMlId opens “The ^lal< h 
maker." lasncbam t ourt 
Theatre, t |& p nu 


CARY GRANT 
N<- I star 


“ • K 'n live beautiful rti> tiiS 
and IncHd Rritmjin hasn t 
.•ular I appeal on happy 
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TUES. JAN. 30 It 1.30 P.M 


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-Stiwt lighu barvly glimmerH weM nn ib» blink Plant wfi» 
tlnnugh iha h’> (ng whi<*h mad a lo Inalall autiltary 
abrtiudod Oauttin for iba Uat bFareta. but lb# tyt<#m wit 
tarck a-' ..(M>i«lui#t pluMgod rrpaiiFd and «#\#ral hunrtiod 
in rwar "h^lrgro# b#k>w m lb# harrolt of b#rr tasH from the 
Yukon froal 

t^Miimert i#mamb#r#d nthar Kir# dtitroyad a big, 
wimart Ilk# Ihit Ev#rv«me rambling, iwottnrav. log road 


peraona. including ih« dorir,r. 
lalaphon# opaialnra and bank 
ataffyco outdoors. 

Ri Ml* mak# • hoi ks !r# 
quonlly to sr# that all la well 
with oldlimois Uviiig abn# 
When woodpilot are #sKauat#d 
artangrmenls ar# mad# to 
have th#i# petsoru n>o\#d into 


achool uaa np#n#d wiib cfr*- 
mony Jan t rempi#t# witn 
f«^b flo»#n floon in from 
iCdmunlon. 


Kiwanis 


h<r '.>a for a bieak in lb# a#a 


house Ih# A ni Ion 


b»rfuri«i tpleiiUor.” Ihe rlothier^ >uiid. ‘Whaf we 
fieitl U M>mr«me like Ihe Inmier Prim.’# of Uaies lu 
gne the man in the street a lead.'' 


lemperaim# drvpped to l>onrt#ll. 
nS below at nearby Mayo Jan. 

7 hut lenipet alurrt slowly ' 

• - <o 40 below m Mayo 
’ U bekiMT her# Saiuntay ^ 
morning. 

Tiaftio 
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A Joint inaiallaltofi Of the 
1959 offnr . -f Kiwamt !' -ba 
of Vltiniia Oek Bay and Vie 
t»na r. !th held at the 

Ki.ip'^M H“*el Fitday evw 
m»g 

Pieaidenia of lb# inr#« rlubt 

. Inaiailed by dittf!-* governor 

i joe O. ETpler ol Seattle were 
Robert Dykee ->f V;-ic.ria. John 
. Walls" of Oak Bay and 
Pei (A \S light of Vtetorla 

■.'Mth K1WA--: = 

During the tnatallation. gm*- 
e» Kpler spoke cr. the Kl- 
war-is tl -me lor 19^. "Buiid 
I I‘i. d I V I d >i a I Reapontibility, 
' urging each individual noem* 
ber to attum# ~ full tee- 
hility in teiving ibo pub* 


heie was down to 
«all J4 hour* a 
trll Ic -Aert groaned 

vif»— * „iih lire* 

Id and squaie 
|>aw « bomea arvd 
aie healed by oil 
fh# temperature 
si below the nil 
» It -- ‘ at niolastea 
n tlorage tanks 

linem e\is»>^d. 


had 

her-.-- ll.en 
:t\ leslrter 
4 high hill. 


H# alto an-flun- ‘l that Aid. 
1 I'urUa haa t-^*- appoint- 
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l.\NMN 4 . Hirb . Al* — 
'^Hitewhere la Ibit rapUaJ 
>ilv wt >llrhlfan there « e 
very mixed up 

A etet^ried ad hi the 
ianwiig Alai* Joumal aavx. 
"Ib'agle pup l*»l •« 


r"--- to I anada buf rKil under 
iwn j-'w* .- is It:- ‘ .-fr it-iu. 
.-“.r.Uil harge once Used Queen 
na 1 ilvrn lo Queen \'irtnna hy 


u lirins shipfied from London to the 
Manlime Mas'um of v x dx gt Uali- 
fax. N.'s A parking * me pm- 

t^.-?^ delicately mrved hull and royal 
* of arm ort hoct s traiwun. 


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At Fifty He loll 
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z! Monday thrmigh Friday 

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L) Sunday. IS Noon • p.m 


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Oelb-iiAix .ake‘ baked in WooHward'x own 
bakery. t'hetrU-* and r sm*. 4Q 

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Daf::v y«mnc, Jimml# Wll 
ligmt Ai.ilrew t lement Wavi^e 
halby Rr s;rr..— J«mie 
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L^r-“4: wolvet. Mlf -e| 
("handler Fred Wnrtbinc<-- 
pave • vMifr Rob RalUrntyne. 
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Car Rugs 

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NKW WKSTMINSTER— VKioria Cougam, romlng 
fi-nm tx>hind in hMii-ntoppmg fanhion for Xhf N^'ond 


>stmin> I* 


ann 


I lui^lni u t**l<*»? cJivr^Min k^iiinj Tolrms aoi 

«'V*4 lof Itngrisi Wi*oilwt H«K-hry (n«U fi*»m Tom M<-Vk «h<» 
" Lr«C)*<* fi( ih«> M*4M>n ir> -^fkird (wu'r. Lr« l{ u n t , 

tha RnvaU * *f*“^^**'** rtt.'pUy Of r**** Riirion. Dnn Chiupko 

trloiio ^ mtn.i.z prowrw Iomi nichf rtr arwi Mark B*Mlr4U 
f•‘alln( Ik# Erimttninii l’*))rr> 

> • M.1 h#|rir# hN|>{>\ horn# 

l*n» in Ike Cofial. 

. lu.N* k«Kue gamea. Srai 

ii^ Tniernft won iheu ite^ond 

!. «ir«i(hi aftef kMtnc foitr 

j Bffaighi krating 

i^uakri^ and Var»'<iuver 
— i \u : 1‘jiniKka turtted hack S(x>kan< 

«•> S|;M»kt >1 in oseilime 
t 1 H«- 4 At (‘algaix the l'^iam|>e<teii; 

, ^ •u-orh * ; five i- :, it. ‘^•- 

, - a f ^ t ai«d ihf i 

In eifklh «traixkl ■-!- 

' ‘ (or> The> --w trail f - fii*i 

-a-.... a.- P> —V 

iNiiniM and have five gamea In 
a • > I • • ' . • 

, . • hand 

*’* l,.»i »ki amrevl fn’jr 

• arwt drew two r**-«la ff.r 

lait* -- H«r Wifiiwl* t/ldte Di-.- 

» .t '• •• (•'*', k‘; picltfu prtr* 

--V pt«*dur-tmr --'■ -ivi nniy and 

r-‘< k*>d ‘fp three a'Matt. I'nher 
lV'Jfar> a'*al-- were anu. i 
Ron N^ayr-r Hi**k« 

arwj Hf 1 *• r;k»ver 

— aa ►'•*< Uveii fi4' ^ RngC'' 

‘.j*rrt with iwi: and Pn^ie 

were the mari «men. 

* 'I \->l Al Haakat-: the weatam 


the come ftnm hehind wi,,%ihe 
rule raih^r ihan the e^c-ep'?***- 
Vl*tnry however left Ihe 
Cougar* in third place a» Var-. 
muvor Canin MM pulle*1 omir 
overtime hemira nf ihrir nwn 
In Spokane to brat the Spoke* 

% I 

Pl< Al. HTVI 

Coucar*- In type-: ue -nAr. 
fa»* . _. je heh i a< he end 
of the firat pe!t'*d and traded 
M V- lha-: five minute- 

re"* ling in the T ' 

i -.ett T— went to Wm- led 
hy little Stan Baliuk and Dot% 

Hm< ktwii II 


Sp»»k-s?H» grMla wet* *4*nted 

h) M a k Mrkiloh. Rlinky 
Kali iChingi Johnaon 
‘"d Al Johnaon 


Scottish 
Go Ahead 
Six Point? 


nmr-prrftH*t thintlitiort Although fon*pd fo play 
shmihafKlevl for half fhr gam«*. thr Viclona duh ua< 
Imprrattivr in rlrfeat Hrir a Tirte forh»ard plungw 
for a **ul»<tantiil gain. Story on Page 0 (Coloni*! 
Dhoto. 1 


Result wa< haH a< far a« N'idoria ('rimMin Tide waa 
poru*rmed. ’but the vkeather couldn’t have been 
hctlcr for yesterday’* opening game of ihe annual 
Mi Kochnie Cup rughy eenr,, won ll*a bv Vanrwij. 


Park thitxighnui tl>e match and the field mus in 


Mui»a> Wilkte ll St 

from Biaikhuin and Ba“ - at 
la 1< Thei. II 4« Baliuk again 
from RIat'khum and Ted H«r- 


Hockey Summaries 


Canadian S<-niuah. allhnugh 
nutpUved m<i«t of the game, 
defeated Bmdie > Bakery. 5-3. 
>e«terda> at Royal Athletic 
Par^; to eki,‘n_i »heir lead m 
Ihe Victoria and Divtrlrt Knot* 
*yil| League to »i« pmnta. 

Neal SmOh amred r>n a 
croM from Taffv lone* |n give 
the S<ou a 10 lead at ihk 


a pa4» play to •piii.g Nuhot 

to ai'qulie a vponaor -*=• p: Alle-*d!^^g the meeting ai anf) Wwiae. arvi VL-::C-?*on re 

tirall) no : plavera and repr*--*“s,?*tivea -vf ihe P«fiftc apnmled w;:.-; hl« •e*-:>d grwi| 

a playing field that la leaa i - -iurtt-i-r ; ,ei league of the night. ^ 

than adequate were flave Krvatl, ^eitm<e> nf Baliuk finlahed with iwn 

Viricna offered •uhkUnuai 1 ? RC Corrrr::—;-' gi^U ar»d ihiee a* «i* RU*k 

pi<<of >w«tetd4> that It 'an Charlie AC-~rk leacje pre«l hum. plaving one nf hi* heat 

produce a «p«>c-n) player* nf dent. Prank Craig vice preat game* nf the aeii — had ihree 

:'a«l league callt-. ■' and first dent llm Sp. .. er w^-rrtary a*~ =■■ 

--- plav.ng field* 1" *rlte Kelly, treasurer. Bill Hugh Barkiw *t-«Med hia . 

Kvan* Coleman - Johneon, a K”..>r •( \r.. VVt~* "ler and Jlat goala of the *ea*»»n 

Vtctorta htilldlnc au|»phe* firm Ro^iala. :'.tev« Zakali of Huiv for Ihe latl pia«-e Roy al while 

haa agreed to •f>'*n*r,r the garia arvd Jim Clrajr of Ha l er na Arnie ArKmautr had a gnal 

‘ ■ t*-- a The > omp»- 4 The \' i - ...ver offr •*>4 aaid arid two a*^ ’* Art J:. ■ and 

; me rfirt he Ihe oftiPta: name they w....ld i»* Na mo C—die Kavhriwa) i-.-r-i Ihe 

of the team iepie*entaMve* hetore makirig ■piher*. 

BPHIMI MOV R P- .t deciMon on the a tmal of 1| minuie* in 

Plavei* w^ he d'aw: ftnoi tiar aitie* wa* railed in the game 


By G.AKTH WII.TON "f repli-ng live aiiinc Na 

naimn club with a \ trtoria 
\’KiOl1k talkihi It* ^wgy ^„jry • 'at »how* prmoiae 'd 
Into the Pacific Cttgat Sum* making the welH«*^io Vancou 
mer Soccer League y»*sler* vei *o«rer ' lube evrii heiter 
day •nj*it»mers at Ihetr hanks 

Bui. denpile the prevail* offiual anh. . • ’hat 

Ing ‘ togethernrva" thenve me league ha« ’ tr'enied V** 
of the meeting between tor*a a* the *ixth memhei will 
loeal aoccer offkiala and a pr«h*tH> ba mad* later ihia 
delncatkm from the cooat in»mi»i. 

league, no definite rterWon Anu*m the league need* 
was annotinced V— - 

I* ; an- - ed but the 

Van.ouvet oftMlal* left lUtle <‘ve 
donni ■» In theu- <>^rt|on to 
Vi.‘'r:j'a hid for a ?■ ‘ ’ *'‘«e ' 

In U«e • igue PJ*/* 

The> wete ha{tpy with the l*-"ti 
Vlrti>*-|a me'up ' happy they Ni 
had tr< =»” f» • ‘ - = f"ett 

hauilf tr>gether af the prenpet* year 


Il» the *n •*trd half Kienlc 
(•reaiy moveried a p^vi fii m 
J'^nea and then Jnoe* headed 
home a c-to «4 from Ril) Aikin* 
• to a«'<^Mtnt f«>r Ihe win* 
net* t.:*. c:f.d and third goals. 

yi.» the l.eroy Rond 

9.»d Willie Hamiilnn were the 
z'.:!*!. Ri'Mlie* goalie Hrun 
Llf:'; who went into ihe 
game liminng on an injured 
' . ... M*d in a •landoiii game, 

may.:;;.' aeveral brilliant Mve*. 


,mer league i* in ■te* 
leed of a team on the 


tn of he pLt>e<| at midnight with 
finals I'Mtay Dun<an was to 
meet Oehotne in tha semi- 
final winie iJeltel was to pi-'- 
(lai Tavlot of VirtoriB 

Lichel iwt. down playing the 
ninth end. counted isrhe and 
won the eslra end to defeat 

-*;r.e lUihoift of Vlrlona <-OU>RAIk^l SPRINC'^ 4 ol 

and kr-’-k the latter frr*m un tAP' Henyer I niverSiiy 

defeated ranks In Ihe 10 15 *-"*^rd f.vmed Ruasta to s f 4 

tie Saiiiiday night in a Ihnil 
am. draw hockev •mtest wltneaeed 

Kred iHjn.an of f>uru -n hy .1 JOO fans The deadlock 
defea'^ Victoria'* Jim T4ng was the *econd for Ihe touring 
11.1 and NV Oahorne of port Rue lan team In *ix games 
Alheini rtirwned R M< lntoah agalnai I’niled Slate* op|».'iil 
• d Vunotia OA to slay un Ron The Russians remain un- 
hesien. defeated 

in the day's ftral draw the 
Charlie Lee rink nf :>unian 
won the duhi::-.:* award for 
being Ihe fust rink knocked 
out when II wa* defeated 
m R -'Kmldi of V tuna. 

Ie*e quit aflet nlr>e end* thrr* 
fnie ;ng Ihe honspiel 
Khnrtiy hefoie the C Aoders<>n 
(oure*>me from Victoria 
It istaMSkt « o*ea<ae« x- % 

U u «*lb»r VlMeo* H*r*«* 


nt N4 AN H4* «* P* Thre* 


VN.n. Mciona vr' imn p. . 

Pa.-iM, ( 04*1 14‘ague play „p 

NO BI4 KFKINfi ! 4 II rwr«i>i-rie nf Port AlKerr-. 

W'lth the haiiilng o^'Arery liary Lichel nf Vsflnria an 
Club In the dt*Ufi* 'eaguf, local Pied Duncan of ha 

officials wc-.“ •b^if^nvi»--4e 
Ihe VatH'ouver dejp^ni.m that 
hick^inf that marked other 
Victoria appearance* In the* 
roast league would he happily 
shseni this time 

\ar..-uver nffUltls were 
also assured that the Virtoria 
team would he an all star ’cam 
from the dUtiict league and 
player* wouM be rhnaen at 
cording to shllily regardless of 
which team they play for 
A* a show of the «o||d sup 
port the proposed entry would 
have stl manageis of dlstrlC 
league learn* sitended ’he le 
ception staged for the Van 
•leicgaiKm by 'oral 
ifftr'*)* 

Officers nf the Vk'tmia team 
will he Lou de Cosia pte*l 
Kd Viggera. vlcepirsl 
Rland *etTetai\ 

Archie Taylor will 


• VANCOeVKR «P‘ Cana* 
dian all stars won their set^md 
r*f ft.ur exhihj'inr. gsmes Sat- 
today '■^jght defeating Alhern! 
Al^~^ ■: •WTl before ahr^ut 
'-MS’ fans >n Vancouver. 

The altsiara. -y.ho were to 
leave lodav for the world has* 
keiball tournament In Plinth 
ago. t'hik took an ewriy lead 
and held it. throughout. 

John Mrl..eo»i led scot mg for 
the all star* with )<1 pom's, 
while Kd Wilde and Doug 
Bnnham gnt 14 

Por Alhernl Mmer Speidel 
was high man with lk. follow* 
ed by Don Hill with 17 and 
Joe Samsrpn with 13. 

W'alt Dltren 

< OI.I.I-l.tANH TRH MPH 

VANlTitA'KR '4'P’ Col* 
Cf vu"t** er.-iiy of Briii ‘ t'olumhia 

marked Vancouver Meralmnas 

= ^ . Ad m an esii.hiiton rugby 

/yT gsme here Saturday Mera* 

lumas filled in lot VicituU s 
"i _*! Oai Bav. who w»re unable to 

r make the irip for the match. 


w i. T r *eu J- ;.ny Bond Dave Hill and 
5;;= i 1 u " fj Joe Tanner got tbe other Navy 

A... J « I M *1 I 

Ar-; > S I II M S * 

Peie Bnuchier was a star In 
if-:*!*"'- • *■** * heleai for the Aces He sewred 

three goats and set Del Hmwn 
Navy s onetwo purK:: of up lot 'he other The -sailors 
Neil StaodK > and Cliff Cvkh had a 4 I lead al the end of 
wa* St Its devastating be*| the first period, 
again last night and 'he The old Army pmNem of 
Sailors bounced .Shell Area, lark of finish aiound the net 
P4 Mcmtiiial Aiena tor cost them whatever’chaTtre 
Iheo KNh vMiory m II Com they had u( gaining ttieir first 
me- • ••I HoiU.y siac* vinery They ran into goalie 

|r. the ^i...nd game itf 'he Don Il4mtlir.n on one of hi* 
n _'"’ Vu* nine good nights, and when they 

off the P-... w:’h all v;r’:::y -.ail m. thc\ shot wild 

Roh petkelt gnt the only Atm) 

I al Itnj nf the final per 

- lod with Vi“ Art Pike In the 

n pe"**** ho* 

1 Ron Ja\ and Jack Mlthurn 
ored foi V:.“ m the first per 
ft : at Don Paulin rnade it 3J> dent 

m the thud period and dent; Ron 
.1 Miihiirn got hit second goal treasurer 

= of night after Peskeil had he team manager ar»d Millie 
M.iied Hamilton will cearh the cluh. 


\sians 


Victoria High Rink 
Is / a n (I Cii rli ns Ki nss 


NAN AIVI(k— dim (tallaugher's Virtoria High 
School rink won the A'ancouver Island high srho^ 
curling championship here last night with an 11*7 
stetnry over Arnold Johnson nf Part .Alhemi. 

Victory came in a playoff after Ah-toria, Port 
Alhemi md Nanaimo finished the 'speil in a three- 
way tie fnr first place, tfallaiigher's riak drew a bye 
ia the ensuing draw, and the lVyear-o4d Johnson 
akip|»ed hi* link to a7-€ win tner kon Hunn of Na* 
naimtt in the semi-final. 

ttailaiigher, l>e* Brice (third). R«iger Pick 
(se«*ondi Bbd John Halloch (leadi now advance In 
the regional playoffs in Victoria nest Saturday. 
B'inner there goes na to tbe provincial champion- 
ships in Prince George. 


two pniii’s on him . :be *roi 
Ing rr .’ I'hren --.iier 

three gr-^*» sod drew two 
Si*i< 24‘5 m— ■ trow iiA* u. 
poinia I hren 33 on 14 g< 
ar>d eigni 


,*r Vrruwi* I) a 

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Martti Ptiltiitr . • • 
Ctacar (aalia. tayit 

~Ttw**e pe*ky Royals 
are due to explode, 
f onve sod cheer ‘he 
Cougars on l« the vie- 
fairy they need la hold 
tHHr pnisltfarfi.'* 


Johnny t'niias of tha league winning the New South Wales 
:.«mpion Bsltlmore Coll* will championship In Sydney Okl 
-rt ai quarterback lor th#‘ record was <>13.5 set by Aus- 
lest He will he hacked up irsllan Murray Rowe . . Krlc 

y Rilly Wade of l*os Angeles fluscan. s former Kskinvi 


Memorial Arena 

New Westminster 


ROYALS 


Victoria 


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in a roui of east inna by Ihe 
We«* Indies Ihurtiig cricket 
team in India The West In 
dies shut east zone out for .19 
In wtn h> an inning* and 17 
runs with mure than a day of 
tha thieeday fixture tn spare 
. . . Four jockeys wer* injurad 


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Hy Smith 


Ibtly OfltlmiUI Victem. I.C.. S«a., 11.1951 


Thf rvUmnnu (»f H.irolrl Henry h*i> Ut*n an 

ImfaTbihable staple U>e sports petite (ur n( leant a 
half dozen yearv B<>fore the Mllwaukt'e tanurm lmniMs 
set up their junta in the Natiocial L<‘aKue. earh sprint: 
turned a <rop of press box oraclcn foov.iMinc the 
doHnlall of the iXal^jem on the ground that Ftet*»e, i 

— - , ^ M.- tv I 

0 ere rooiyn formnlabie eomimny, ha 1*^ • • 
the point of no return. 

Pinher*. ....pllnf the Job as BrvokKn mhorUlop 

and Hisiful manaS'T* afi>i>iiil ihr leafue enthu*ia»n< a)l> aub 
a^Tthad lo ihv* view, and bi * leiiir Per Wre” ti«-« " a te 
fiain tike Vi • '* tde»n Thro»Hrhonnm • ‘Ir* * 

!- tiw Pi. iuti’.it f' i!y K' U- • ' nr Hr 

dido I (ivr irtjtrnii-Dt a u>it|| a yrar as<‘ 

Ttwn ... 1^-. hr and « »Uf 

of Ihr Tt«r l».«dj;r'» »irr n::-vin| n : - Ihr • 

'this t.- :d l«T! ■ Mk-raiir. ”ol rtiffrirni tioni th« 

rnroumri'-d b> any oiler tanu!> fa« inf an ur^rii!-"- •♦’-..•j-e 
but imttoriant to ihr Rrrsea aa feiaonal matlrra always «ir 
Pur moir araMM>s et hasrtk 1 m on# or prthapa r%rn lr««, 
was It VhorUi whilr iraMng up Ih# rootsT 

At length thr) made thrir dnislon. »ent nrsi and estab 
)i.h^ a new honyr In • 'alittirnu. One waaon In Loe Angrira 
u*i rtxtugh tn t'ouiuu.a Prr Wrr. or at least It eon\if>i'rd 
th# pndgrrs. that ihg time Had • to arrk younger pUv 
r«» They would have Iri Rr#' fc-n to another team but lv<» 
Wrr, ha% mg madr oor diffii ult move, chose not to try anoihrr 
yvhi<h hr knrw mu*t hr ahmi lived. He “ill go in ;he Dodgri- 
traming ramp nr*t mt ith l«'i the I7ih ttmr. but aa a cooct- 
raihrr than a pSa‘<rr 

Major Lcofiurr ThroafiUoat 

Th::« rr -i« a - ta' l>rgar 71 yrara ago with L « 

ol p- Anet ■ K*» •: . To de«rrihr it a* rr* • 

ah!- i« t(- Itr^sr hi>«r ll.r major :• ;«e 

al-mp. rtay :;r ui^vUlr dirrrt from the ■ 

Hr - .; pi-;- »■ • rg»...ird league t; 

ir.i d •• 'w»- years appf— ’ 

ship the - “ * -if the surest o( ‘ M 



’ Habs Halt Chicago; 
Leals Trim Bruins 


Monlrenl ('aundlenh nine a»x>rer, added his Ibih ot the 
lo meet the rhallmge of the «***on Larry Regan, a Bruin 
upstart ('hiCdRO Black uniil last week a-dated on the 

U«« kJ liirt night .nd «iaiH '»» I"' *"**• 

Iieft thi» Hawks’ PIght-ganif Bronco Horvath acorvain ihr 

unbralm alrrak in the Ni- 


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Utat* a*aa • «* a*sc: til hslw 

fw«. • kJ StMist. Mir f . 11 XT| 

ut££i II aa 




l*(tlico iSvcih’d at llinkoy Itraicl 


a^iMtr p^t*e had to lie called in to quell 
n not thM broke out among playen 
and spectators in a recent Amenoan 
l>‘acue hockey game at Ilershey. Pa. 


Mere members of Springfield Indians 
and Herahey club mix U In stands. 
Indians uon. 4-3. (C'PCM 


In jury I lobbies City Side; IS 

Bni 

.(apan Team Pick Delayed ? 


with 0 tense 1-0 victory • ^” *^**^ asM- utai*’ ***.* V3i 

on a third-period goal by ^*NA^Pf.U hU mi* •Saa***“‘* 

I Dickie Moore. Andy Bathgate anapped out attoM* rtaiu* 

MiHtre last >-ear* NHI. of s alump at New Ynrii ye«nrr i t*--*# om ,m»«m ats. 

at-orlng champion, got hU 22rjd day to ' ->rr at U.M p| the »tt«tta 

, final period and c -.' thr Rang a. >» itja 

----- ■- a.fiu 

Hallygalr. Ml. i. d hr-.?,. •“ tti*.*. T C!' ' 

. • V ^ r »4 a*'.. ■ • J* Motma. 

i ~ in." f':; f'tttt ga;:;“- and jm 

*• a»- rvrn hrmhril (oi pail «f imao rtamn 
t • - V I M tiie Rangrr* la^t gam. ‘ 

and goal of thr ae«»nn to nr ‘ r •], a^n..,. 

with D»n MiKrtinry of in# •« ii«‘ 

r Mt« vwk I Btwton Bruma for u»e Irague , "2Ir. .... 

.1 o> - jw. tM. at arorlng lead. a««M j_ • a n 

Andy Hebenten and Dean - j 

I n *.n 1 ,-, 1 1 _- r Prentice acored Ihe other two 

'goal of the aeaaon on a paaa gusts for Ihe Rangrra trho LjUUPHI^nl 

I from Hrnri Richard at 13.45 of I anapped a ihrre.gamr |.^ing 

'the third period to extend the ; streak NKk Mnkv^L W.irren awaa J 

, : idiens' firat pUce margin Godfrey and Norm rUman ||^ '* _ 

> to 13 pointa It wrsa the first dr scored for the Red W‘ ■ 

I feat for the Hawkv aini'e caitano a wostu«l i |m ^ 

It'hrtatmsa night, when they tiaar etaio* II ^ 


a atavw 
MMTIhMa 


.. a»..' f 

• if Motwi.. 


- I I*i» 

• Ii a.«n.*r. 


I*--- a 4 3 beating from Bi>*ion .*v 

Bruiiu. fMoaa pfSM>« 

In last nighla oiher game. a«t a 

the Bruina took a 41 heating TNixa rxaaoo 

thr Leala at Toronto. uo....... wj-,. n 

-'"V York Rangers had played 
to .1 *. ttr wiih Detroit Red ' 

tn an aft. ■’:'»n game ’* 

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LONDON <Rtfu(er») — Non*ich dtdn t supply IIm >n>»rn«iiofial r^ntr* (nr^vard 
Mighty Manohp^ti*r I’mtod. ‘ **" t" •»«**•> uw • 'm> N*» Lftiihoua# a«^>ring boia 

hol 1 «*t nn»t djvwion i lub • “Knoffcaur compaittion a»pa- guak 

in (Ingikh UKi'^r and riding kag u* play and opan Ananal. anoihar ot tha fan 

an aiirhi.tfam* w I n n t n ir *o all laam* antaiaur and pM^ rlrd laama, arranad through 

Mi^Ik in tot? *^"»'*~* •» 

in piay. iojk .y^vlvora of lh« U^ unima will goal hy i*»nira forward Dava 


aartai a«r»» 

TwM 4 a* J«* II rraawa ttam Mm4 
ti (to<ar 0»«aif 

WMartaat. J»» U Ci>v 

*■ (litawa* Ta«a Li— ala Ctif «• 
LaMailUt Oi* uwm v» 

aa»*Mt Caaatt mm HMiMaltAM 
*« r»Mia« 4>a Mtuhain 

TH«rM*r iM U OaMtaarvata »• 


" dium f(H iha Konihall AsacH'ia Tha ailLoridon rup rlaah ha- 
lion I'up. Kngliah aocrrr a lop iwaan Totianham Hotspur and 
pn/a k>«t Ham Unliad. hoth first 

T.MIT1X. IN TiK *** =^“'> 

a bad run with a 2d triumph. 

I In If Hoiith l.itrwlMri tha Tnnt 
<t log and Murhsm amalrur rluh 
ami that • ighi th# fam*y of --ots -T 
•!i4* fa: a month as- h> knocking 

off fourth division Northamp 
cup Inn In a - .ntd round >'up 
gama, slayad In lh« •;>••«# hy 
holding fli«t divisiHti Not ling 

^ ham Kuiast lo a 2 2 draw. 

Iha 

To<itint held a Jfi Irad at 
,^y half lima Sa*Wfat rryan on Iha 
) fiald was T<xMitig s lad half, 
hair Murphy, who figuiad In 

lora incntanis that raaultad in 

rn« g^i* Nottingham Ktoasi. 

)■ ir«t ha ptjt tha ball r «l hU 
•p|> .... r: ..-.alkaapar Ir maka it 2 1. 

4 nd than ha hanglad tha hall and 
sPy anahlatl Kora«t In ar| '■ ira on 
a par-«lty kl'-‘ 


(),C. Soccer Results 


t.xcrss i/umpea 

If wNar g hr>“ showed ronicmpt for a Joi'kay that 
hon»a was Domnrig In tha Worthing No\ U'»»s’ alarple- 
fha*^ at Plnmpton. Kng Trotting hllthiv r>n with 
hr ad b»’id ;..^h and a ,; -x1 ndd«n^*a e\prr . n, 
Dorr.-.ng Ignore* tha phght of lorkay Billy Bars,, 
who haadi for a thraa-point landing on snowy turf. 

trrx* 1 


f»\a Tup gamas -.'ara I hv Murpr- •■■■m • )s 

ponad and anothai was ahan ga%« Toting lu sa^vmi 
.V.oad In Ih# aa. .m- 1 half. m o«» i s-bH mt su 


4 aattii t«rn|r 


. next summer 
we’il be busy 


?.-4t raad\ f.» j.i. 

two B^•iln^V^a 


V'^ociar aqualad a « ' jr«a ra« 
.»rd with •'atu: tn *»isra 

'.i<a land at l.M at tha midway 
m«i k Ilf itia tJoiKai T>;uans 
Opan ft'Of Ti'Mmamani 

If,.- "^^vaar 't T^di plavad a 
naar flawlrsa murut wiOi a 14 
V. for Sha par ik k 72 
Tiiusna t'-untr> ' ” -j-.jia 
Vo-»iar TO from Midland Tat 
ms da It In 3.1 V* 

In ;;nd pUia .■•..;*g 
Iha third r^-jnd Stmdav was 
Jnhn M> Vtulfin of AUmada 
('alif. who t\as ttad tor tha 
first • laad “riih Jarr\ 

Rarhar of D>* Angalas Ka«*h 
hsd hAa I^ndss 
adda<1 a for I3S AaMtrdas 
r-.ed a* Jig wara Mika ►>» 
rh‘- ii - a fig and Jav Hahart 
and (onwar naitowal c>twn 
rris.mr^'m JaH* Flark aa*-^ 
wiin fi's 

l~nfaa «fr"ka* off i|ia pa*^ 
«ara Harhar with a 71 for 137 
Brr; Dudan ..f Ora €7. 

and <>orga Rasar of Lanvmi. 


^"hathar yfKi’ra pUnmng ahangafi armnvl yr w r 
homa. ranovatton of a atnra nr tha nvarhaul nf 
mduatnal plant and aquipmenl— H »iU«r m (4# kak 
lima fal awi 6nm*l 

In winirr, small joba g»*t hattr “ attantkm Yoa gat 
tha man with tha akilla and know-how you nrad— 
“*aw you want them. 

And during tha cold wauthar hiH, partimtariv in tha 
huiMing industn-. joh* can ha mnra aannomiral. 

HOMK IMPRt)\ KMKNT LOANS up to M.nnO 
and up to to - ;,rs tn repay ara arailabla undar tha 
National Houaing Art through Tour Rank. Gorarn- 
mant-harkad FARM IMPROVKMENT li>ANS. 
up in l.'i.ooo and 10 )*eart to repay are alao avmiL 
ahla through all hanks 

Halp yourwalf— -and at (ha aama tima toot eofn« 
munity to inrrra^ amploymtmt thu winter. 


- ru addad 

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>(%t KKI N'sVtK K. ?y.4 
<%Pi — J*w krtipork sUtpfMd 
a k*skefh«ll game t rkUy 
nlchL 

THe ta%r«r«4d (••rward 
hmead hi* s4s font alt frama 
Inward llw haakat f«w a la>- 
ap shrU 

Hp rtppad U»a hwakH from 
Its rtwwirtnKs arwl shattered 


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T' -.pirals :: .‘ja«l rara twro 
Tha savfr. i,aarold grid 
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F\a<-r a lartgtf*. and s half In 
refid M «• Rirrt Tav i a 1 1 4 I 
Na-;ir fl>.'«had third. 
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town who paid S> to win and 
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^ Im Iha Will, gama ara to •; 
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trig' (uaptn *arlas at Capital 
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Ron <'L*sh ^3* •e.-nnd wUh 

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.tbiKw i4llon«. «uch «« ihr Vtvtoiu 
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tha Chambpi of i'i<fnm<*ii-r iiiui 
L%' tradr. iruup. would be to 
agilatr for botirr trratrnant fiom 
tho Dominion Wi>«ihar Ruieau. 

,Whil^ thoia u no doubt that 
V'lctorU’a fast wrathrr dianjM 
maka foraraallnf a ttcklish mat 


waatharman Myi It »U1 bv a 
■uitny day In VU'tmia and It 
luma out to ba a aoaKar 
Only tha olhar dav tha Inrai 
waathrr offtca aald that a naw 
am iiM'h fall of anow waa on tha 
Vka>. rha anow nul only taiird to 
arrlvi*. but tha tamparatura want 
up mar 20 daftaaa Hlthln a faw 
hour* of tha fnracaat baing mada 
About tha lama tuna, a tala 
vUi^n viHoa on tha CBC nawa 


hava not Improvad •ini'a Ibav 
t'ama undar tha furtadu-iion of tha 
f>omtnkm Waaihar Offua at Vary 
riHjvar a faw >aara ago 

No ona would auggaat. par 
haiia. that Vancouvaniaa rla- 
libarataly maka tha waaihar ap- 
paar wtina (n Victoria than It 
rrally la. but lha conalalani undar- 
playing of tha Vlrtoita waathar 
both bafora and after tha avant 
arouaaa auaptclona. 


Kvan if thti Juat happens to b# 
a > oiiM'Ktam't. tha fact ramalna 
that Vii Inna gala a lot haitar 
waathrr than la (omaatad for M. 

If tha waaihar olfica ruru to 
covar and aaruaaa Itaalf that VU 
toita wrjthar la hayond tham In 
li.rrca^i a<-«unilaly. than aurafy 
tha (nurial fiaopla hava a right to 
ilamand that thay ihould <ai not 
pul out any more unraltabla fora 
raais and simply admit dafaat. or 


tha roaat. II la aignlfuant that tha 
Canada Year Book. In li« ohaptar 
on rllmata. doas not hwtuda lha 
waathar aiatmir* for Vancuuvar 
In tia tlHl of 3>*i rapraaanlatlia 
waathar alalinna ai’nios Canada. 
Vaoi'ouvar la not haiad 
Tha B.C loralltta* Imtad ara 
Vl<*toria, CraitbMMtK. Nrlaon, Pan 
lirton and I*rlnca Oorga and 
Vancouv'ar la tha onh ma]or Ca 
nadlan dly not Ihiari 


HOl.I.yWCHMl tAr)*«A'li>r Tony t iirtla nuuta four 
Ihna* more monay laM year than I nitaraoj ioiarnatutnal 
Mludlo- tha Muiilo whh-h flrmt hired him for <73 a waah 
Id yaar* ago 


\. K. Aniaa A To 


In Canada waa Vtrtoru 


avorx 


doaa not atcu«a lha fart that lha 
artois mada ara almnat 
liuailably on tha unfavoiabla 
S»da. 

It la taldum iihWO that lha 


couvar doaa not Ilka to ahow 
Itaalf up In a waathar compart- 
•on with Victoria. 

Although Varutnivar haa tha 
laadlng mataorologtral station on 


Betok" barausa iia annual rain- 
fall of 5R.H4 ir>cha« and Its annual 
•unshina of I.TBfi hours compares 
boorly with Victoria's 77 10 
inchas and 2 193 houts* 


waathi-r will ba a lltlJa batlar 
than lhav axpaci rathar than a 
little worse 

Wa would ba happy with alihrr. 
but wa hata it tha way It is. 


Kgad sir. iliat fallow ought to 
ba hnrM>w’llTp|iad* 

Tha farts of lha ruse ara that 
Ilia Virtnrta waaihar fnracasts 


TocnoU) Stock Fidungc 
Mooireal Stoi-k F.srbaDga 
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Pfiva'r »i/a rownariiona to Teromo Mmiir»«l 
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C'oUintst Rit«ina«a F^ilcir 

Thona ('tmhflihns who did not hlow IhcMr may 
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happenings In the ie«'enr (tanadun-U.S. irade talks. 

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quota* ; . ;r. - as Tana- In all -? 

dian ciutla oti tliai < *o. 


COMMERCIAL AND BUSINESS PROPERTIES 


MITH 


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Furniture 


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la.ga part of t 


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Situaiad city, anch amra t« mmplaialy kalf-eontained 
and 7 aia fumlahad. Tha •«ndith>n of the building is first 
ripaa. inaida and out Full perli. iilars as to revenue which 
la far abn\a average, ate available at o.‘' office This 
IS top in%a«imant ^00 

rarms at full prire wQwwU 

Mr IVatia*. F\ 2-3164 anyltma 


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lha Intent 
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imant 


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V\ASHl.S(.n*N Ap' Kjtl 
r T - --1 

a amha--^7 ...- im Haxa»a 


li all taois (laiwn In iti.- (act <' - •< a ' a .< 
that II It vary difftr^ill fr a ,,,. . tamp 

smaller exporting .laii-- lo of ‘be Trar^4*ar.aA 
■='lk luikai aiHt apllt pr ‘ . -ra ' In export n. 

With a -aj ne.ghtwM •. i, .tia I'niied Si«*r- 


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( ina ' «n sales for its |»of|: 

I ttftj.-’- i>f the 

ir .»as admlltnrl l^.al the 
s margin of pr»>ftt on t’M *alas 
I wa* asiramah thin and the 
! ra aot anioia ra|k>rt \Na*i 
if ■ua«i rtan-" ' -n ;;-‘winga 
- t.f ..v:*r V' on il*a 

n vear tulwtantMtad *ha Bor»1en 


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INHIKAN4K Af.r.NT^ and BROIiyJl.S 


Jf : .srtada U go; 
1...* oral ks- ‘o 


I)K>IKAHIT IMMlI.RAhTX 
’ Aerre«»i-a aei|..,i to a 
• lira a greater and rrm. 


U7WTORT ALTO nNAM INO 


a - i le'ai Rap Wav 
Ma>« 'rtOhini Mtd 
foi.-; affair* 


.Newapapar Ad«ar1l%ing 
Mtmulotaa Burlog 


iss Tori htreet 


f oiirf Huttle \vitr t-.utl? 


dut; pi ■' 
■\Ve ha\a 
C»»fojitate»a . 


GET THE "INSIDE 

STORY' 


\ OI \ KK « p. - « . 
M ''las- <i»r»«lh winith, 
4 anadlan trade .ymiml*- 
slimer Hi Hong Kang, aasa 
t awada's |«i < htna tw 

araaaed lo It ! MMI.6MI m I6AS 
from $1.666.66h In 1667 

AIhnsI 67A66.6M nt the 
1666 baainawa waa wheal, he 
«aid Thera «a« also some 
riq.prr md*. Iisdualrlal rhatn- 
kaln, pharmacauihala aad a 
little fkHir 

Hong Kruig 1* a grtraing 
inarhat for < aitada at>d 
already l« Uw Mgga«t mar 
hat fnr < aoadlan plaalir raw 
malariala, ha *aUl. Trade 
with Rad China would rim- 
tiaue ta butld up. ba added, 
"hut I dtwi'l Innh fur apae 
tabular Inf-rraae*.** 


*1 lfr'TV~?5»fe esiablishmani 
of rr.-‘!“hlnei> f..r iniarprosin- 
< lal liaison, and planning for 
lha .'onairiiriinn of intrrpro- 
vinctal davaiopmeni and other 
hict'- -’'* of national import 


nperi»e,t 


><ii<»NT or At 

6 .-Nippon for sar-ontUry 
Induairta* abort of eut>«idia« 
In ar..-.%,.rii;a export of flr.Uhad 


S.'S ft'ifn aac^ of Ita *11 and gm- 

•* a w-‘!- that pr-'!j«-<l at a 
p.-! ptufM. taking no a.-> uinl of 
well* Ihal pr*-dU(Wd at a in** 

... walla that ware drilled but 
ling *.<i'pafl 'Without getting .ni.i 
dm pr xiucti.... 

hile i>t»a third of this pr-.fil 
and figuir g a imprfMl the 
$i.3.tY4.nno rifUM 

iM u i>ri> 

The aaixiful dadurtion flguia 
»as .iimpuiad by Imperial as 
".■• thud of the profits from 
well* that produaad at - profit 
“,r kr- - fr...ii wall* that 
brought a los* in that yaai 

The I. men! mntandad 

Imi- iial rnIHIrd ><•"■ to 
one third of UifTO.iOCf the pi o 
(It from oil and gas pnalurtlon 
(roTTi all Imperial w.*'*-. 

In the F.xritequar Court of rre««a in soma freight rates 
t'sna.Ia Mr Justice J. T. Tlior between roriland .*^tlle and 
the rniirt pta^ldaril. ru'- d Vancouver effei-tlve Jan 16. 
Imierial's second deduction has been announced b% three 
(iv'oir wa* hie .-mreit one large trucking compania* 


v’onreming trade the :ham 
te-i --*;d :hjl while expansion 
of int^inatioral trade la In tha 
t';'*t of ('.in.xda lint 

c<*unii> '.'annot priNoad fur- 
II;.-: iu f.>aiar in *ait|nB the 
avample for freer liada »ia- 
iwaan naiioax than la juslifi.sl 
h> tt.a artiora of lha leading 
liMling nations ' 


HOW ruu CAN LEASE 
A NEW CAR WITH 
OPTION TO Bl Y . , . 


nffi.-ar* of tt.a 1*1 Batialmn 
P.eijimantal M»- at V\ orfe 
point will hnlil a r *;ni>ar 

f.'.- I.I I'l.l T^.-.ii-ac da r 
r«-mm*n.li" ^ ..ffli-ar d I.. 
C'.' Jama* Alt' . w k.. w ii: 
p'af the k pnt 


Here’s the news you've been wailing 
for . . . now you ran drive a 1959 


• iira-.*- of h. r.--. .if the dm 
par will ba Rng J. M' Ri*hnp 
commandar Ht* Ar a Bn • 
C R \V an* . ornmafi.i. ; t-l 
Canadian Infantry Kriga.te. 
a»'.l Brig M’ <i Cniq.,:....,.., a 
(*p<T.I rommandai 
Cha.. 2 a of cnmmanrl tere 
m-tnia- will ha held -t 3 pm 
J... r. Hrig Uare will take 
(lie *at.;ie nn the maoh pa*i. 


The ■-f»mpar' made (wo 
talrulaimns .elllng the 

at tr^tUlOtSI and 

lha nihar at tin..\{4(mn The 
govarnmani argued tha proper 
•WiurtWin was 7790 fUTT 

imperial arrived at Ha flisl 
ftsma by Inialllng the profits 


MERCURY 

METEOR 


LINCOLN 


for aa low aa t.t00 dow n 
6«d $72 a month 

on Merlin Motrrrs L^aaa wnh Option to 
Buy Plan . . 


^Gold Riil)lv’ Coming? 


F'oe rurthar lafr>rmathm 

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FOR COMFORT & iCONOMY 


OttauTif Help Soughi 


12 ••tip CtoIonW Vk!#rk, l-C, 5«t. Jm. II. IH* 


fty J. KAU*M DAl^KU. 

Many rcadera conltnua to 
•Mk hm* aaUttnc 
floor* in ramodatod or daror 
■tM baM'fiMMMji Aiul olhar areoa 
ran b« reaurlac^ lo avtMd 
tn»ubia»ofna itMating. coiidw* 


VANairvfcai ^;p* Tha 
tadrral fovarntnani »a« aakad 
by Vancouvar Friday ^lo. 
tHoadan Iha arupa of II* amar- 
Ranry winiar worR offar to 
munirlpalllia* la parmtl an 
immadtata aiart on addilional 


Mamlahas Still othar 


Tha raquaai wa# marta fol 
lowing a 3 S hour maatlng on 
unampleymani rallad by nawly 
Inaiallad Mayor Tom Alabury 
and aiiandad by Vancouvar 
MP*. aMarman • n d nvir 
aaaautU-a* 

A lalrgram to l«abor Mim»- 
tai Starr a*kad tUm to Hand a 
■anwvr mamhat of hi* dapait 
fnani to Vancouvario maai tha 
commliiaa 

Tha mayor **»d lha mm 
' mittaa vkmiid a»k Ottawa to in 
riaaaa It* linanctal offar ha 
Nond lha propoaad coal* 

aplll. 

Tha rrrfnmiltaa alae will a«k 


rM^n aak how lo raaurlaca 

thaaa floor* in arao* whar# CiaTM aotoT 
wood panallng ha* baan ap- •* aa«A • 

piled lo walla. In all *«fh L ^ ^ 

raaa». a new prodtict known as 

Biura laminated oak block* ^ 

«MW picture I logather with . . 

dampprootlng. can be ua#d in factory finished The Mock* 
•niva lha pioblam* and rraaie and all matanaU mentioned 
a haauilful fkmi. «•" he purchaaad at lumbar 

The hlork* are nine Inchaa yard* or from building mater 
Miuare and one half inch thick, lal daalera. 

Thav are fahricaiad In thtae First, patch ail cracka or 
pliae using a waiai proof glue hole* In lha coocraia using con 
Tongues and grooves make for Crete patching ml*. Level all 
Ample positioning and appU- high spiua uaing a c«*d chlael 
surfacaa are aod a hammer, and all W»w 


1 V ^ e»* tMssiWi 

for Tfie first tiiH 


all steel, 7 sectional 

OVERHEAD 
GARAGE DOOR 
fa US5 mn m 

A\m6Eipt.mRi 


cation. BkM*fc 


lotwa la and aaa 

THK RRKT 
VKKTICAL BUNIW 

to *• oMsTsatortol Is Vbtorto 

PttHto VMtHaH IIIR4 

111! Peel Mr««d KV S-7»U 


4-r, .w. ^ haveling 

adgea with sandpaper and nail 
I'MK TflOM M. ing lha blncka into place Tint 

t'aa a atraighiadga trowel tn axpnard adgaa to match face 
apply one coal of coklatlcli color of hlocka. Apply mastic 
masik- to the concrete. The and lay hlocka in area P In 
thlrknraa ahotiM he enough lo ume manner, and nail shoe 
completely cover rhg concrete, mold to the wall above blorka 

tet dry for 30 minute*. Ul emONh AND ANhMEBM 

Starting at entrance of the ». u* Um 

area *praad a 3S inch wide ^ powdble »• lay lam 

strip of polyethylene film to laalad w«md Mtirk* dIrartJy 

aver eld at^ihali ftnor tmatT 
A -Ya* It Ihe old Ilia* are 
all wnooih and tightly reman 
lad m tha floor Be aura la 
wash lha surfare of lha tiling 
to remove all traces of gta««a 
or dirt hafora lha mastic la 
applied 


Homes Market 

Not Flooded 




the oppoatia walL i'ut a atrip 
at the wall line and lay an 
other sirip alongside, allowing 
a four inch lap Cover whole 
area In like manner Thu com 
pleia* lha damp proofing. 

HOUUikG UM.A 

Now lav oul lha wfnklng 
lines as shown In picture 1. 

Dtvid* area inin ataaa B and C. 
a* follows From wall A 
measure off at two potnta an 
equal distance, to allow a full «reie floor? 
or nearly lull hkwk In the A No. not If the roncrata is 
doorway. Check by laying a always perfectly dry or If tha 
row of blorka kioaety on Ihe concrete la above the ground 
floor from point established snd doe* not contact It 

through the doorway. The first _ 

block should reach post tha ' 

centre of the door jamb Snap ^*|||ES|Ew ; 

a chalk line. D. from wall lo ; 
wail, parallel lo wall A. 

NOTt NM> TKOM FlL 
Apply coat of coMsiirk maa* 
tic to floor in area C. using a 
rtoirhed trowel Do not cover 
line P. Area B will serve as 
working and storage space. Let 
mastu ’'set*' nvemlghl 

Locale centre point of line 
P <see picture !■ fHace hlocli 
on line at the centre point 
a grooved side aiocig lino 

P Lay b l ac k s 3 and 3 on etther ■ 

aide of block L fittir« longuea 

and grooves as required. Pe 

rwM push blorlu in the masitr. ^Hk 

Prop them Into place lightly 

without sliding Tap on lop of 

blorka to compleie positioning. " 

Align blocks with line P PImo ^ 

Mock 4 directly over block 1. \ 4'’ 

Lay blocks 5. i T. k and 9 a* — 


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FORUT FROOUCTS LTD 


B. T. LEIGH 


you CAN HELP! 


HAVE THAT JOB DONE NOW 
WHEN MEN ARE AVAILABLE 

HKI.P RKIJEVE THE 
I NE.MPLOVMENT SITl ATION 

DO IT NOW! 


lOB-^nR Yates M 
FA t-4T41 


DOUaiAS BUIlDlHi 

MPTLY LTO. 
tkll Douglas Mreet 
Pkone EV A 147 i 


^PARKER ^ 
JOHNSTONt* 


DO IT NOW! 
ni.MTRICAL 
CONTRACTOBA 


RE-COVER AWNINGS and 
SUMMER FURNITURE NOW! 

•S^.. Save 1 H 


r.ilv Street Tour 
Public ^orks Aim 

A lour of »ily streets will he 
one rtf the first Items on this 
year * program for p«»hlic 
work* rnmmlitee chairman 
Aid Geoffrey FAgclow said 
FrKtev 

AM F.dge|nw **M the c*.m 
mlltee would make me tour in 
order t* he sure that streets 
ipoat in need of repair and 
maintenance should have 
proper priority. 


SAVES OIL . . 
CUTS SERVICE 


\ DcUver Wkea Required 

pay LATER 

>0 IT NOW! At leur ( nnvealeure 

Take Advantage of Sperul Rates and r^^unla 
Avoid Ruth. Season Waiting and Delays 


VICTORIA R00FIN6 I INSULATION CO. 

bowronm 917 Fort YttSI — MgMs KV 44A1R 


Ym Ssw •SI? •* 
W 9 ^ «s* uue*». 
^tfftovMtossw s. 

• I f S St 1*1 
WimCtdB t# »..rs*t I* r.«ud 
•sy n w •*• sa**M Is r*«« *••( 
|»t SrSSU*. 

wmaLSB salts aso acarirs 

ROBERTS mJVm. 

iiM soara raat st i« s Mtt 


We Are rtc^dslve \aaro«vee 
Island IHstrtbMim* for 


QUICK SERVICE! 

SATISFACTION! 

• RUOT-MIX 
CONCRETE 

• CEMENT BRICKS 

• SIND AND QRAVEL 

• lUILOINfi BLOCKS 

• 4 • C • B • II aii4 
IS-INCH CONCRETE 
TILES 994 FITTINGS 

McIntyre & Harding 

GKAV9J. m I.TD. 

PlaM and fMflre — lordma Bay Bond. Kaanlek 

r.BM 4 l 4 rBOMfT PT.IJV^V Eve*. EV 4 'R 9«9 


EMlmale* Gladly 
BuppMed. Pknna KV9>441I 


AU MINI M 
AWMNTtR 


BBlfW.R Bl H.mR 

Phelps Johnscno. architect nf 
the famous Quebec bridge, 
died at Montreal In 1929 at 

age 79. 


Right nrm- skllkH tnir1e«men and 
materlat arv available. Plan to 
ha\c that playrTvom, ganiBP, 
porch nr new room In the attic 
built nr rervovated this winter. 
Have the )obs done that you had 
intended dotnR next spiing or 
aummer. It will be easier lo get 
them done now. 


CaatM fHwids Hlure laaa 

llOJstiMNSI. EV 44*32 trEV4-2S 10 


FOR HELP 


SPECIAL STOCK-REDUCING SALE 

Ma«y rotem froai Whkh to Cbnoae 

DOUGLAS BUILDING SUPPLY 


or advice in serurlng qualified worken for your 


Home Imprmemenl Loan* ar* 
available to asaist with the flnan* 
nng 


GKT %Ot R MAT9»IAIJt 

AT lllTl.rJI BROTHERK 

n\ HTORM MINDOMR FROM: 

Polyrheae Se sq. ft aiaal Glass llesqfl. 

FIX THAT BASF.MF.NT RCMIM WITH: 

a tnywnuds aod Hardbnsrd* 

• Hinneboard Mallbnard aad love 

• Poor and Window and i upbnard Hardware 

• Mnorlng 

Rl II J>, THAT BAKBM I K WITH: 

• Bru-k* • Mortar • Flue lining 

• tvmeni • Hand • t.ravel 

FIX MIDFW AI.KS AND DRI\KWAVS; 

• KeMiy Mit ( onrrele • Rood f.ravel 

• t ulvert npe— C -la- Relafnrced 

FIX THAT R<¥>F: 

• Rmflag Paper • PuroM Hklnglea 

• PAINT I'P 


mnault the 

Nitieaal EmgltyinsNl Sarvie* 

I nemplo>me«t iRaunmee rnmmlsaloa 
KMtB Jnlmana Rlreel, KV.V4I7II 

rarpenlem, palnler*. elect plrian* and moat 
other kkllled Iradeamen are Immediately 
available for work around the factory, 
office or home. 

Maleriat I* Alan ki (kind Hapfily 


Ex-eryhody can help— no matter 
hnw imall the individual job the 
accumulated tola) will benefit 
everx'one In the durtrlct. 


Help youraelf, and at the same 
lime help your community to in- 
crease employment. 


ihanning t« bulM. expand, remodel, or moderoUe your 
home? Bring us your Meat . . . tef our recnmmendatKwia 
and eatlmate* of coat, and w# will show you the heat way 
In finance the job out nf Income. 


PROVINCIAL 

DEPARTMENT OF UBOUR 


DO IT NOWI 

rmn p leAe fWortn eg 
Haak. Doors, Fraaoea, 

( aMaeta. MUhenrk. 
Plywoods. MnuMhifo. 
>1alaked Lwaber. Bte. 


NELF YOURSELF 4RD YOUR COkMUHlYY 

“When Everjbody Worka — 

Everybody Beaeflto** 


HPIU lAIA, quart 
INTRRtOR. galloo 
rXTtJIIOR. gallon 


W\ RANTM 

Deputy Mtalster al 


BUTLER BROTHERS 


Ql'Al.fTY WMBPR AND tlTIJlING HI PPI.IRB 

M GARBAU.Y ROAn EV ^S^7I 


aaiA c 

aaYaiOcnwTMi 
sat* eanTi 

MKA e 

Lwi 0 fifpn 

LkH 

0 

ctoTia eoMT^ 

2 *ma a 

aac* • 

« AAV ILOCXl MCeC OHfs 
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AND CONVENIENCE 


ttiUOY ClMAf, AVfOMATtC MtAT 


J - * C f 

mtmrn 

Plumbing Heatinq and Kitchen Centre 


Keep Winter Employment at its Highest Possible Level by Having Your Building Im 
provements DONE NOW — - Business firms with up-coming improvement programs, house 
holders who contemplate repairs and alterations later this spring, are urged to DO IT NOW — 
DURING THE WINTER SLACK PERIOD! 


FOR YOUR NEW HOME 

protect — — 


WK n U.V KMN)KSE THE 

WINTER WORK CAMPAIGN 

And Cetl Tpon the Clttaeru of the Greeter Virtoda Ar«« 
For TTieir Whole-Hearted Support In ftovtding 
MORK WINTER W(»RK 


beautify ' 
your homo 


roREn 

eiM tlWM 


Oil. HEAT SERVICE 

t* 


DUNN ILECTfUC LTD 


Now la the time to order 
**rore*r‘ end "Ram-hpetier 
Western Red Cedar, white all 
wtdtKa. drr— and gradea 
are in good aupfAy. See your 
kwel dealer 


DO IT NOW! 

M Am few 

BMITIHH I Ol.t WMIA P<HU»T PROIPtiTII LTU. 


Buiidtn«a 

rrefahr.«s!ed Cedar Lx>f 
Ah Cut 

nC'i M-'t AMrartive 


•.'••ntacl Yfjr Fxciuvi'W 
DealW 


VICTORIA 

PHOTO 

SUGGESTS 


DMortlart' SuppIlM 


DonnhA'a in Yo«r Head^nArler» 
for SaiArt I Ailonaa. Klurdy Work 
Clolhee for Esery Job! 


^,^,1 VaraiskM 
vJ Eatmeh 


retKiniB made of swur 
• :' **ire« for fnendf 

and relaiue* 

Another fvood 
SugseMkNi from 
VldortA Photo 

DO IT NOW 

Help rebeso whiter 
nnemptnymevl 


We carry a c»mpirie aterk of the beet 
In vrarti dnihing. •hirt« roverallt, 
a>x->.«. )a<ke(« Hr and I'an aupply 
aervbe atation untforma and cepe 


HAVE YOUR 
ROOF and TV 
ANTENNA 
CiiMkad Naw 


0>'-«e fmm the mnel reiiahie name 
brand* ID men a quality work clolhee. 


ngtiMH’S 


ON MH GLAS 


Reeve A C Wurtelo 
Caqulmall 


Reeve Oorur Mvrdnch 
Oak Bay 


Rt: smart: new 

KIMIK NO SNOW 
IN ATTIC 


l/)OK SHARP! NKM 
ANTENNA NO 
SNOW ON TV 


H ■ Nmm FurwMiiiip 

< ll■plMe Wvko to iho 

PAINTS AND SI NUKItA 
For Hofieebold liMhjatry 

rivitiiea and ippliee 

PlumMng PUM.'g* and 

CARPENTERS- NEEI>S 

Qi AUTY HAND ANP POWER TOOLS 
O neaser • Ski) • IVIta • Black A Decker 


HAVE THAT JOB DONE NOW 

-WHY W AIT FOR SPRING?- 


let M ft*e ymie hnme e NFW l,OOIt-^ 

• in ROin OR RARRPT RltOF 

* rWAHNKl. WiSTT.R ANTrSNAA 

Vth. wail until H'a toe tale . . Have yr*Ui ronf and 
ar.vnra cheeked ttcm h> ouf expertereed »nrKf*'-^“ 
All »or: .anahip W tu«ninieed and availahle on eaay 
eredtt termo 

BROCK ROBERTSON 

RooFinc aao tv antemna service 

Good RamTa femo 

life HIMAinf: PMOSP. R% S-M44. K\ 1-6453 


P LEAKIRS T 

Rave them oBhuP 

RepoArvd DO IT SOW 1 

AU type# of wnnd fuMera cleaned and repaired, rtew 
fuller* arid downptpe* tnataUed • Ple*iic Wall Tile • 
FkM>r TUe Free eeiimatee for a better joh by qualified 
mriL Nlghl f^onea FTV’ 3-9MI or F!\’ 4 154A 

CAPITAL CITY ROOFING CO. 

1»M OAK RAY AVKM’K. el Ihe t-HCep EV»fell 


SeOonally Kam w wa Seme* 
Amerork • < nrHin • eteidey 
Weahlnctno 


DO IT NOW! 

WITH A 

Hama ImpravanNat Loaa 

W’heiher vtni're pl«T,tUM( • •••ge. areund your home, 

renmatton nf a or the purrhaae instaUalkm. repair 
of heanng aytienu nr nl‘ --Nnf, ua for full par 

llrular* HAVE THE ios 1M)NK .SOW when men and 
material* are availahle. 


We have e>er>ihlng In 
bulldinff auppliea and 
will arrange a 'vmvenlent 
payment plan 


DO IT SOW! CanafeV Winter Wnrk rampaicii 

llllH^l Oil 


few DO IT NOWl 

LUMBER YARDS 


00 IT NOW! 

* Enjoy the Benefits of 
OIL-O-MATIC HEATING 
This Winter 


Warm-Air Haatiag EagiRtarad ta 
Yaur Haisa ta Maat ladivNaal 
Haatiag Prablamt! 

Powered hy Ihe Famnue ESSO Oil Rurser — TSo 
fleet for Conterllfig Ymir Preeeat Fumore, Too! 
TrolMed PereoMnel timtolU 


I'ho.Hw the unit to meet 
youi nee<U from our local 
factory. 


Sew Your AathoHted 0-F. Dealer Now! 


Your Best Heating Buy 

EASIEST TERMS IN TOWN 


LOWEST CARRYING CHARGES 


Call u« for a ntPC aall- 
male on heaMrr en«u. 
with the aaounrurc nf 
Inaiatlaiinn arwl faetnry 
•rv|ce hY trained men. 

ercLos MFft. CO. 

I.TO. 

«aag TiaafUn GRKltM 


DO IT NOW! 


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WiitartinM Hobby for Sommortimo ERjoymoot 

*‘Finish-lt Yourself* Boat Hulls! 

Men . . . here’s a worthwhile winter 
project ... finish a boat for next spring 
and summer! 

EATON’S has in stock a fine selection of stripped glass 
hulls with transom and double bottoms. Save money this 
winter by finishing a boat in your own basement or gar- 
age. You’ll enjoy the work, and be delightetl with the re- 
sults. Just the thing for fishermen and all boating en- 
Ihusia.sts. Come in and choose the size and \y\)e you 
prefer. 


41 


POINT JANUARY 
: TiT;, FUR ^ 

f/ 


10 ft Glass Hull ,.ch 

190.00 

1 2 ft Glass Hull »ch 

275.00 

14 ft. Glass Hull 

495.00 

\ 15 ft Glass Hull 

550.00 

j 16 ft Glass Hull ..H, 

650.00 


iiidgtf Hao Ttnas May Ba Arraiigad If Dttirtd 

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ir Loss ir Damogs ir Dostruction 

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.Aimther mid-aale aperlal from 
E.ATON*S eoHretion of 
exqaisite fvrs. 

Muskrat Flank 

JACKETS 

Luxurious and tong wear- t ^ 
Ing. ifyled with panel back. ^ 
flattering roll collar and lit 
tapered alee%e. Thee# lip 
elegant fur jacket!* i*nme " 
in new thadesof ^ 

MearVm- Mink. Baum ^ 

Marten arwi Blue ‘ k 
Kroal. Stzea 10 to IS. I 
Jaauary Sale Hpeeial. ^ 

each . i Mm 


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AsailaMa 


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Clearance of Slightly Damaged Mirrors 

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(flaws, chips or scratches) mirrors are still attractive and definitely usable. 


Group 1 — Siu Il"x24” to 30"x60" 


Included are mantel, boudoir and full-view mirrors from 18x24 
Inches to 30x80 inches. Many 
are top quality plate glass. 

X95 fn 0098 

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Group 2-siim irixriM iB”iir 

Also selling at low prices is a group of attractively shaped 
crystal glass mirrors with smart chromium aDoy frames. 
These mirrors, sizes 12x20 

inches and 15x28 inches. ("Qk #95 

have slight flaws. ^ 9|l|| # 

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Shop Now for 
Special Values 




DF HOUSEHOLD LINENS 


GOOD QUALITY UIILiLi I 


The favourite of homemakers the country over .■ . . Cannon 
Sheets. You can save dollars by buying linen during 
EATON'S January Sale . . . and an excellent choice for 
restocking your linen cli>set is a supply of serviie quality 
sheets. In white only. January Kale 




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■t Pair %l Pair W Pair 




Matching Pillow Cases 


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OslsctMid BsgMsffsrs 

E)mlnty floral patlf*ms in while, 
hKie and pink make theae Ota- 
cloud ('omfonera lovely for 
mother’s room, daughter's room 
... 72 X R4 inrhe*. 

January 069 


Rlkrn (TiH*w to complete your 
linen. Pair 


IglgiM FiMNMteH* SImcH 

Good wearing, good q u a\ U y 
} sheets of soft flannelette for 


comfortable sleep 
Sale: 

fir>x90-inrh. pair 
AOxlOO-Inrh. pair 


JaMsary 

4.99 

5.69 


»t of wonderful Cannon 


UsM Tm Tgwtit 

In many cokMira. gay linen tea 
lowela, 22x.'t2 inchea. for your 
kitchen or for gifts. Save dur- 


ing the btg sale. 

Jaaaary 

Hali>. 


Satii Bouid ^ 

^Tirth” Blankets 

Warm, attractive *‘Kirth” blankets in 
gay plaKb !kl‘- viwxMc. 10'r nylon, MB# 
satin bound 72x9o in<‘hex. in pmiomi- ^ 

nating <*okMirs of blue. ivd. green, gold- 
colefir ahd coffee mist. mM 

January Hale, each 


HtnMspua 

Cotton Spreads 

To brighten e\ri\ bedroom , . . gay QQ 

cotton bedspreads in popular homespun l|^ V W 
pUid<. Buy neveral at this low price * V 
Wlxllkl inches. January Hale. ea<Ti 

KATO.VH— HiiWPknK liaeM. TIUra VUmr. rtMW Kb t-tUI 






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Cwtcnnial chammon heard- erow«r Ai Urroix. food nC beard, but waun’l aUowIn* any halfuay Art Finnerty to xhear on. after barber Art told him beard to mark B C.’* 100th birthday. Coiinnt 

Baxter Road marked hi* ."ITth birthday >e*terday meaauree— •-AH or nothing at ah.’* *he «aid. handletiar mustache need* .V) renla of wax daily. found snuggling had suddenly bj^ome moi^ ai^ 

bv Eettins rid of hi* full-blown face lungV which he Heaven* to Betay.** AI exclaimed at mustache level. Finally Khearing wa* over and AI wa« beardleHS for pealing. Al can remember bearded daya with pndf 

felt he d had for 100 vear* Wife Corinne had grown "rm nearly naked." But he toid ex-RCN shipmate fiist lime *ime last February when he started —he won heard champmnship at Luxton Fair. 


LOCAL NEWS 





(t>TAM4aHff;D iau> 


CUSSIFIED 


No. 2.1 — lOI.i YKAR 


VtrrORIA, RRITLSH COLL MBIA. SIMLA Y, JAM ARY 11, 19.Y9 


se;com» news section 


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Saanich 


Architect 


New Homes Ruining City 


»r quality of Vm- **Thw quality U Vlt-torla’* twni«« without r»>n«uliatloii Southern Rluvieaia. Afrtra. \er'lty of •'•|'ei»*wn aald they 

ruined hy h«d»> main iniereat u> lourlatt and with an archlieot. • shortcul to where Mi Roa*en |ira4 il«ed quiie well ut Atrs's. 

and aiereotyped hvinf here ' he MMI. *ave money. an hiie«-iure. venliUtinj pmb- ** ,*** !^^"? ^^ 

ilMltvltikifiA Mitf ^ .a. a . But InM to won out 

<Ktea.. arrhiiert "I* »• hemuae of thi. quality Me aaid aome of the r»ew lems were more importanl than 

I >e«tenla> « ttui* P^plc come here lo rtay house* and bwiMing* here are he«img and wood waa u«ed |^y believed thM country af- 

Huen. now living But many new houww are a* modern and well4te«igned a« xparingty herauee of the ter forded heller opporiumtie* for 

n«vM Mid the being ruined bv had deaignlng ' in oocnpaiablr dliea anywheie mite problem thrir ••hlhlren and berause of 

ere arethemo«i Me laid Ihe Marne at the door in the world Mr. and Mr* Roaaen. bnth rWing nattonallst feetmga in 

•ve e^er •een." of "tperulator^' bulidmg In Sallabury. the capital of graduate arrhiterta from I’m- Afrl<a. 


t\ BiHit Found 


Sdank'h council is un< 
able to buy one of the last 
suiUblf waterfront prop- 
•rtic* for park purpoaea bw 
cause of It* Vnr parki 
budget . ('nun. Charles 
Netlrs. chairtnan of Saan* 
Ich park* committee, «ald 
last night. 

**1 kium of a JOat-re beauty 
•pid. the tael wsierfronl (or 
sexeral nlllea whkh ta up f*>r 
Mie. ' he said. ' .Saanich parka 
depariment krw>wa It must 
M\e ihle proper!) (or futura 
generationa of children but the 
piKw la Sinn.nnn. ar>d the 
parka o>mmlttee doe«n‘t have 
that much morte) 

TMO JOBS. ONK Bli K 
The complHe budget tor the 
depaiimmt u lUiely to he only 
about S30.nrs). Cotm. Nellea 
aaid. And there aie at least 
two )oba watting for every 
dollar In Mght. 

^ ’Laying away (or the fu- 
ture U our Mg problem to- 
day. ' he added. *Tf we tall our 
^ «-htklren it will he too late m 
1 1 heir time to tai ve parka oat 
' of mile* of apartment* and 
busineM /one* that are surely 
going to fill .SaanU'h." 

TMM AMHT IT 
The walerlumi property 
Will be ihw'uvsed at the nest 
meeting o( the parks rottv 
mitire. lo he held Jan. 30. 

“Reeve lieorge (•batierton 
ha* auggested that one mill of 
• •ur loses every year about 
'gVinOf) Ihia year — wmiM be a 
proper amount for porks." he 
MKl "Thi* is twice last yaar’s 
' appropnaimn but I hope many 
I people wlU applatid the sug 
I geetum. 

■ II Saamrh parents 3H year* 

_ from how have a comfortable 

m • welfare - receive a eeek a sup- si* per*: :- injured in two feeling that there are plenty 

ply of food each monih from irafflr acrUlenta whkh orcured of fine parks where ll^lr chll- 

CCIflCr It^lO 'be alail Beside* families with , . , dten « an safely play all day It 

dolllcl. 1. I lU ym.ni, chlWrm. ,h»y Inrlu*- will h. l-r.„- ,«r £.n.m- 

many perwlonrrs "*•" hmir% time, were tuoreeded in aofvtng a 

Anyone wishing to donate treated at Royal Jubilee Mn*- vrry ii*ugh pioblem." 

islng haa been railed off. It will he food or money to the stall la l^«i night, 

men carried on ~hy ground parties asked to conlart Mrs Harper 

,1 in today at I3» Rm-Wand or KV \dmltted t.. hn.pltal with 

The shoreline of Thormanby p..s*lhle Ira.ture. of both 

Mild Islanda ar>d p«ri of Ihe main- ir' /sf»*/lfl 1 bnees wa* Peter ,*<la«k. Idis* 

bunt ’"''H he covered by aerrh rr f/fflllffl paMenger in a «ar 

- parties lookir^f^^y Kawaa-, ■. VI driven by John H Davenport 

nlkl. male of the SO-foot lug ViUtPO r PPt i-ht m 

! Gander which went sgrouml I « I f f I J317 Rkhardaun. which sirtuk 

1 Wedneaday in heavy aea.s. Victoria police aay they are a parked iwr oo Sbelhoumc 

j Ground aaarrhem will also certain a middle-aged aroman near Maultaln. at 10 15 p m 
fnmttnue to comb the beachea waa last at sea or. (he Prtneesa oeraons treated for 

I of Redonda Island and sor- Joan's Vlclorla toVancouver. 1....^,.^. -Kr. 

rounding island* for William aflernoon run Thwraday **’ 

,,rav Fva of Nanaimo and iionkm A purse, a plakf umbrella aioh* an.1 later released were ViHorla Okwal Society needa 

•ny Meadley of Rectonda talarwl of and a pair of black gkwM Roheii P. BoHIng. 3333 Kings- rtew members In all sections, 

I no 'he rishhoat Sea Wiick which found on hoard the ship after Davkl M Inch* IRM mustcal director Stanley 

noe vanished laal Tuesday It arrived In Vancouver »are Langford H.dwn aaW yesterday 

4*01. Dragging operation* (or Ihe believed lo have hclonged to ... w , u. „.ui 

-m k.*. ofT<«ul,m1 RCAK MIrum B.II .bm.. Sn. who 4rlv.r, ol two .-.r. whk h rol- M. Hoh.,. will ,w,,„ ,w 

Hiked fighter In Ihe vMinlty of was reporten mieslng from Ikied on .<helhoun»e and Myrtle haarsala Jart. 30 In MemorUl 
Islng Oya'cr Bay near Campbell Waystd* NtrrMng Home 5.V) at K..m pm . and passenger* Hall. fl3 Vancouvar (or a 

River continued yesterday ' Foul Bay Road Mr* Jesse Hotting .1233 Kings sp(ing program (• Inriudt 

the An underwater TV carnets The p«'» ley. Mr*. Audrey Ka/lmer. Iklk distlnctlva shorl items." many 

» ad- w| he used in examine any Mentificallon card and y - ' 

and wrarkage locaiad In th* drag- Vancouver RCMP have taken Highway and WillUm of them apertal artanfemant* 

ging otierallona. ' over the case. Mrlsnec. DM L^wley. - of loik songs. 


Juvl fo he on the »fe skV*. ('ami Johnslon. 14. of 
1^45 Lyall. look her imihrcHa shopping >«^tcrday. 
hut *he rouM've Wt It at home, a* Wuuia hasked 
in almost fivT hour* of*-Rloriou* sunshine The 
weatherman think* *he might need it today, though, 
lie's priKlirting unsettled weather for the next few 
days. < Colonist photo. I 


JAMES ermUETT 


Stall Needs 
More Food 


Passing 


Jbmes ( urMt show manager 
of the Vartceuver Island Roller 
Canary Club checking pro- 
gram (or Ihe show held yr* 
lerday at St Mary's (*hurrh 
lA long lime Victoria resident 
he came from the l*le of MAt 
In 1911 and now lives at 27<t€ 
.-;helboume Hts hobby raising 
ranarte* <*0 al ihe moment' 

, . Bos a mo ng Taaer admiring 
a finger painting sian 

Holmes standing on a atreet 
Bob ( oewey sorting 


ennver 

mall and glad Otrlatmas i* 
over . John Dawson ahop 
ping with hi* family 
AsSrW Mtawdlle making an un- 
scheduled tup to Duncan 
Ove W1M saving goodbye to 
VIclorta prior to a nine month 
Toronto visit Jaba Olsmi 
hard at work for the Victeria 
Gun Club . B<« Bratiry dla- 

appmnted by the rinsing of the 
duck season . rhytll* Mair 
rerovertng from an attack of 
flu . Brian 0'( oanell siudy- 
Ing Ottawa newspapers 


Tliere will he no sp|>eal of neph McKenna announced last 

Ihe lAvear aetitence (or man- "'f"' 

m..„ — ... • M.ithM Mr. McKenna aald he rte 

slaughter agaln.t ^,y ,or 

Jnh^TUl^ defence counsel Jo ^ ^o^enlng of the aentence 

by the executive authorities 

COs ChfUlfied •h.n .PP.. 1 . 0 . H„h« 

n c* I Me said If THI earns all good 

f> Y L>fl|inur 0 n conduct remlaalona he could be 
•- I freed on parole In 13 years. 

Victoria * 34W Alrrraf! Con- o^e month and 21 day*. 

Irnl and Warning Squadron. The sixteen year old Till wa* 
RCAF tAuxHUryi will rhange charged with murder In Ihe 
commarvdlng officers amid 1.1 Maying of hi* foelw 

^ .nt/ «« father (Ttsrle* Mudge. 3R The 

pomp and cerem.my i-Uy at of 

the Bay ■-•tree! Armoury. guilty on the reduced charge 
Iturlng a 30 -ptere squadron gf manxiaughier Leal month 
hand parade, starting at 3.30 xiU was arvilencwd lo serve \$ 
pm. retiring Sqdn Ldr. R O. 'years In the penttentlary 
Higgins will formally hand ^r McKenna said the only 
nver command to Sqdn !<dr. rnalter for rooaMeratlon by a 
TMXld R Aacntt court of appeal wnuM he 

All friends .vf the aquadmn whether or not the sentcftre 
are Invited lo attend. waa excessivs. 


Rehearsals 


Trouble in Store 
For Sidney Dogs 


Dog owner* In Rldney are 
In trouble. If present effotia 
of Ihe village rnunrti to find 
a dog catcher bear fruit 
Nearly one third of 1^ dogs 
In the village are riming 
about unllcenced. vHtage rierk 
A W Sharp loM Ihe rouhcH 
last week 

"We snM only 4k Urencea 
laet yaar. compared with 130 
the year before,*' he said. "The 




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ii BlUll (Colmitit VktoriA. ftX^ im^ Jm. 11. ItSf 


Riedel -Brown 


Victoria Girl, 
Dutch Doctor 
Married in U.K. 


UINOON CAPITA I.MI. 
4iN»rr itni»d J. W. Vmvt€ 
iMte Ufc*i to >wd hlrtk iKrtIni* 
prtoiM In IMA In Thm 
TImwni. H« ffNMMi tiM mani 
ptHMilnr mtwm warn Mm, 


•rd. Mm, Anna, Mnry nnd 
EllanlN>tK. 

Lanvar tnMilnlad M71 
Mrtka. Tha nm aa grawtaf 
r»aaa«< In popaUrlly warn 
Ttmotliy and Klonay. AUano, 
Heinn, JttUn and dannlfar 
W’ara In a alumik. Mark auf- 
farad al lha pxptmm of faal- 
Hatar NIrlMMna. 


nf oyairr aailn bmrada am- Hawkaa wan lha iMidan only 
boanad with a amnli fold luraa aftandant. Sha wora a frock 
fk»war daalfn wan worn by of fold lurax with fold aatln 
Mlaa Val Brown tor bar wad- alippara and oartiad a poay 
ding Vaatarday In Chriat bniiquat of oranfa^ionad roaas. 
Church. Broekham Graaa Baat nun wan Mr. Dona'd 
Dorking. Surray McSwan. Edinburgh, and Mr 

A narrow haadband and ahon ^"»'ron Haw kaa acted an 
vail, oyatar aalln ahoaa and an _ 

armful of daap oranga roaea . ^ raeapllon wa* held a( lha 

oompktad har anaambla. !“*»• • «>«alnA 

Mr. and Mri. J Camaron- 
Mlaa Brown, daughter of Mr. Hawkaa. “Bumtwnod “ Park 
and Mr*. E. Smith. 3173 TUU- Copaa. Dorking Tha IBItfe'a 
cum Road. Victoria, waa mar- mother made tha-waddlnf cake 
rled to Dt. John Rledrl. FRCS. pfi- powHI prupoacd the 
•on of Mr. and Mr*. J. Riedel. 

Laren. Holland if«vellinf Mr* Rled^ 

After the wedding they left w«ire a foreai graen aull with 
for a h«ine>moon In Rome matching hat and a htown 
The Rev. A. Waal officiated twe«sj cuai. 
al the ceremony and the bride Dr and Mra. Riedel will Uve 
waa given In marHage by Mr. In I^ondon after they ratuin 
Robin Powell. fmm Rome.* • • 


Roagbm^' Avenue, and the 
the ton Mr and Mr*. G. 1 
nalmo. (Photo by Jus-Rlio.) 


Mairietl In Gorge Pr«»byterian 
Citurch were Mr. and Mrt. David 
Frederuii Hall. Th« bride la the (or> 
mer ^theniw Patricia MacDonald. 


Star in Today’s Rile 

Sure to he a hit with the boya when Rhe’a older la 
l.T-nionth-old Marline lAsabeth Trabbe to be 
chriRteru*d today at St. John’s Anglican ChuitTi. 
Martine IjRalieth. the daughter of FO and Mn. 
RnNinond S. ('rabhe, wax bum In Rixtroff. France, 
uhiie her parent* were stationed there with the 
R(’AF After the hapti*ni. the family which is visit- 
ing the child's grandparents, Mr. and Mm. T. 
Crabbe, 320 Stannard Avenue, will go to the RCAF 
station at Gi^nwond, Nova Scotia. (Colonist 
F^oloJ 


Off«r You 

FACTORY 


Johanson-Blau.s 


ERSONAL 
1\ /TENTION 


Th# Rev. D'uglss B Carr 
Affirmed at the double ring 
crremon> In CenlennisI United 
Church Js»t evening when Lila 
Kay. daughter of Mr, and Mra 
Prank RIaus. 3M) 

Avenue wia» united m mar- 
riage with LSRT Brr tie Johan 
Johanton RCN. ton of Mr. 

Karl Johanaon of Mercoal. 

Alberta Waa In aqua THelr white half 

Ba»Jketa of chr)**'itbemum« hat* were trimmed wMh 
decorated the rhurrh arwl the flowet* and rthhnn and they 
same white flower* tied with earned pa»te| Colonial bou 
white ribbon were uned as qurta. 

pew marker*. Mr WlUlam Mr. James Lyall waa twar 
Rifrhle sang “O Perfect Love" man arwl acting aa uahera 
arwIMrs-A WUm*hur*t was at were Mr Bntre Farrell and 
the organ Mr. David fjondbrand. 

Ttw bride, given in mat riage At the retepinm. in the 

by her lather, ctroae a baUe t>iklm Slipper ballroom, the 
nnaWngih gown of while bride'a table was centred with 
nylon net and lace ^th lace a three tiered rake embedded 
)a«*kel featuring a aland up In white tulle and pink roae*. 
collar and Ub point aieesea flanked by white candlea and 
Her finger tip veil mlated from v*aea ef ro«e*> Mr W. C. 
a coronet of rhineetonea and V'each propoaad the loaal. 
mother ef paar and the car For her honeymoon' the 
red a white prayer book with • bride changed to a forest green 
gardenias and feathered wrhlte wool aull with bmge ar>d brown 
chryaanthemuma. arceaaorlea. 


SERVICE 


in prtwder hli»e B»*th had whit* 
feathered hats and rarrlrd 
ERleton trailing bouqueia ef pale yel 
low roaea 

Hi*wet girl* t'heryl Patier- Srirnre Trorkt ( Itirt 
ton wa* tn pink nylon and 
Linda Blau* niece of the bride. . _ 


The premier of British Columbia and members el the ea 
ai*uUve coumll wtU give s reception In the Co*tsl ballroom 
of the E^prvoa liotaf following Uie opening of the R-C Legia- 
iature on Thursday. Jan. 


WATCHIS 


Lt Ondr. P M Water*. RCN. and Mr* Water* wUI re- 
turn to Victoria thw week after spending tha past threeandA- 
haU year* living tn the BrttWh Isle*, where Lt-Cmdr. Water* 
was staltonei with ine Royal Canodun Navy Mr* Water* is 
Ihe former Ml** Mar)or1e ^rr of ihia city. With them, will 
be ihelr four children. Peter. Timothy. John and Jane. 


a Yo«r Bvloirs wscck ii • iaa 
pfSCTsioo laMfwsssat, dcwrviog 
tb* be*( attaniioa. New. by 
bnogmg k *D e«r siort, yu« 
caa bav* k fecsory-*sr«M«d si 
Bwlo*s'i modtra pUai by 
awalified ■M»i«r-<rs>i»»«o. 
Oaly geouMM Bvlo«« •wswnsl 
IS sied 

Yomt wssrk. moadter with • 
rial Wsteh—iuf record et ns 
perfermaaca, wOl be renireed 
to yo« la • doMpfoeC. mowcurw 
proof, ktrmetkslly seeled pUe- 
tic beg«-yewt gwarseiee of 
Bwleva lacMcy recowdmeotag. 

^*t*» ■a»4 


MIjm Sara Spencer will honor Mr. and Mr* Robin Wood. 
duA^planiaia. with member* of the Vklorta Symphony Orrhea 
tra and member* of the board of director* of Ihe Symphony 
Sndeiy and Ihelr wive* al a Ute-oftenioon too In the Alt ^1- 
|i>ry a week today TTip reception wlli follow the after- 
noon symphony concert at which Mr and Mr* Wood wlU be 
guest iniotata with the ot c heeir*. 


Furope-Bounil 

Mlaa Carol Wootlon who has 
spent the paat four months 
here with her parent* Mr an«t 
Mr* R A Woocton. Vtctoru 
Avenue, left on Prlday oorouie 
to Zurich. Swltaertand. to con 
Unue bor mualcol icudlea. Mr; 
and Mr* Woocton and MIm 
A nita Wootlon will accompony 
her to Vancouver, returning 
on Monday after she leave* by 
plarte for New York. 


"nie marriage ia announced between Mua Lorraine twwwn 
Poutfaa* daughter of Mr 

Irallo. and Mr. WlDlam Jama* W*toh. only son of Mra 
Gwtadva M WeUh. Vlrfort* The wedding ^ 

Dec M at Newsprint Colony, Khulna, East PalU^an Mr. 
WelMi la formerly of thto cUy and M a graduate of the ciaae 
of 32. School of Foreotry I’RC. 


In a mnthnr'a blood. 

Dr. George Maughan. chief 
the Royal 


Freund -Davies 


nbatetrlra at 

VRinrU Hospital and leader 
Exchanging vows in St. Her bridesmaid. MUs W'lUa of (he MrT.ili lesm. said It Is 
Johns Anglican Church ro- . Davies, of Kitimai, wore a hkely Ihe answer wont he 
rwily were Mlae Dorothy gown ef aimilar style to Ihe known for three or five years 
liOutsa Davie* daughter of bride's |n cherry red velvet ••,- 4 ^- ,x- utM I AND 
Mr* H Uird. of Ungford, with ma'.-hing headdress and The n-se^rrh aeit,ell> he**n 
,!,» Ut, WUlum t: r>.^ . •«»,«.< ot .mt,. «rn...on.. 

Freund, of best men and MrHelmrt Pet . 4 .ttfute p.v, lessor of anafomt 

et MKail. did a number of 

Fr^. roalde In , were ushers. ImU nn women whow- 

Canon («eorge Biddle per 1 Following a roreptinn at the fsmily or personal hlatnry 
formed the ceremony. Okie England Inn. at which auggeaied the likelihood af 

Given In marriage hy her bride* unrir. Mr. Arthur abnormal Mrths 
brother. Oorge H IMvlee. of Parksvine. prnp.>Mid Either Ihe women or <k*se 

^ydimn*ter. (Iw* loe.t. the couple left on a memhers of their families b-l 

bride cfH,.» a u-.p uplsUnd. hod .urti troubles . 

dww. The new M.s Freund . how* Dr. 'Ungman f.nind that 7* 

^ild^ a cherry red wool dresa lopfwd per cent of the women diowed 

Ii!! <’*’•*• *'’•"* a change In hkmrt comptwiilon 

corsage nancies. He had not done 

Special guest at the wedding enough testa, hmvcver. to 

waa tho bride's grandmother, reach s concluttve result. 
PAyoarokt Mr* U. A. Fallowt. In the meantime other re 
of Victoria. search work had sueeestod 


A hon voyage party waa held rerenily at the Beach Drive 
home of Mr* William ElUs in honor of Mlaa Violet Meoher. 
who M leaving Victoria ahorlly on an extended trip to RrtUln 
Twenty guests were present sU of whom 


and Ihe conllrwni Twenty guests w-ero present au or wnom 

were past and prew‘ni memhera of the Chn«t Church Cathedral James Bay Golden A*e Club 
choir A dsroraied cake waa cut by the guest of honor who will meet lomorraw at i pm. 
also received pt*cik-al gilta lor her trip and again, for dinner, on wed- 

nsatiay, at St. Andrew s Chun h 
HaU. 


The Business and Profes- 
sional Women's Club will meet 
on Monday tn the dub room* at 
Bpm. 


TTte LA to Britannia Branch 
.No. 7. Canadian Legion. wlU 
moet on Tuesday at 730 pm. 

In tha Bianahard Street audJ 
lorlum. Life memberships wltl 
be awarded. 

see Dr. R M Petrie., director of 

The Major John HeMen Git- the Dominion Aatrophyslcsl 
-pte ('hapter. lODE. will tu'ld Observatory at .'^anlch. will 
a meeting on I'uesdav at h p m he guest speaker at a meeting 
at the home of Mr* J H ''pUs of the Vklorta branch of the 
bury. JMA t.'pUnda Ri*ad Royal Astromxnkal .Society 

s e s Wednesday night 

Esquimau Women s Institute ms sub>ect will be World- 
will meet at the hiHT>e of Mi* wide Astronomy. Ths meeting 
A. C. Hopwood 63S John Street. ' to be held In Ihe main audl- 
on Thursday al 2 p m. totium at Victoria College, will 

s s * start at • pm. 

MIsa D. Stark. Field .Secre- 
tary of the Canadian Nallonal . t 1 

Inattiute lor the Blind, will “inisIrriBl Wroilp 

Klrcl* Hammill 

Blind when ahe apeaka to Ihe 

Silver Thread* Volunteer t'orpa ^ ^ Hammlll. m1ni«ier 

at their monthly meeting at of Emmanual Baptlat (•hurrh 
Spencethouse. IbSl Cook '*•* recently named president 
Street, on Thurwiay at 3 p m “f the Victoria Ministerial Aa^ 
• 4 4 niM iatlon He suct-eeda Rev. A 

I Tho Women « Pregreasive L lliggliia ^ 

Cnryaervattve Club will meet — — — — ^ 

pmibu folks too* 

orange nail. ^ 4 «. ikivwM 

I • • s TO SAN DICOO 

An evening nf ballet la to he ^y Greybotnwt. Jasioary M 
■ponanred by the Sidney 8 l m>rw rsik* Ts»r vsi 

Andrew s and Holy Trinity « 

Evening Branch M A at North urtfassiw) aMwniww'WM w s«a 
R..n,rt. Hifh srhoni «, j.n, 

33 Program ia to be presented s«f* wW a»«t >»«ii«ws» 

by thb .st,.« sebom ot «jr.iir.’ ts tes-J"; 

Dsnring, and will commence t***'* ^ „ 

! at g pm. The event w||| he ^ 

planned at the next meeting GEORGE E. Wll.l.n 
I at the home of Mr* W. J WILLIS TRAVEL SERVICE 

IdH D01GIAAAT,KVM7» 


Aslronomv Topic 


RESOLVE 

NOW 

TO RE 6 AIN 


^XOME AGAIN'^ SALE! 

Wc set HR a blizzard af Narsains . . . thaa 
erawdt maltad la ftw ky clutch af 

SNOW 

Bl T . . . BAR(KMI>rrKR'S RISING 
ONCE MORE . . . AND LOOK! 

Hundicdx of Loicly Swcateri. soft and 

Avarm. Reg. from S8.9.t .. W 

Tprrlflc variety of Skirts. 

Rry* from SKl.Dfi W 

Bkaiscs by ihd hundreds, auBt* 

from . I 

Worsted Tartan Suits. JSQQBS 

Reg. S5.V00. now Ow 

Assorted TiyTed Jumfien. 

Reg SlDfW . I U 

Cosy, srfUKcly Slee|mear. IH 

Reg. from $.T.D5 _ C 

Snmvproof, waterproof Coats. R4 4 BH 

Reg. $19.95 lo $2L.Vl . . II 

Beautiful, colorful, handwmen SkIrtA R4 JBM 

Reg. S19.95 I ^ 

2-Pleee Knitted Suitr *1 1 

Reg $21.95 . II 

Fliwido Slim Jims. ^ 

Special Q 

Hubby-Warm Tartan Shirt*. tQBH 

Reg. $12.95. now ... ... . y 


Z.4M .ARV 
HPFXIAL 


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USi »<•»>*» lar rOCI 


PRINTED PATTERN 

MI72 

ly LudUe Riven 


iJsien tai Our 
Program 
From < KII.A'a 
Mobile I oH 
Bmodraellog 
Krom Our 
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Jan I.Mh 


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Baap Your Nfw Year Wardrobe on 
Lucllk Rivera* Supple Sheath 

ntOMINEVr PEBHINKR 

Whan Um Invitation roads. "Don't drsos up but Jonk 
divine." Ihe fashion to choooe Is LucUk Rivor s supple 
•heoth. Beautifully boetr <but not dtilh. the pnrirall nerk- 
llno fnimoe your face and ehoulders dramatleoU)— a lovely 
view acrosa • dinner lahlo. The soft, easy skirt It eapacialty 
•haped for thoor who thlnli they cannot wear a straight. 
htp-ravoaJing Une. Mlaa Rivers, wha le both doslgner snd 
fabric advlaor extraordinary, suggests a dramatic printed 
wool, silk crepe. tUeue taffeta, nr faille for day to evening 
- luncheon or theatre party- any season. 

P r ln tod Pattern M173 le evelleMe tn MIsees' staea 10. 
12. 14, Id, II and 20. Rise Id require* 3Ta yards 30 Inch 
fabric. 

.Send one dollar for Printed Pattern M172 tn The Dally 
Cokmtsf. Pattern Departmam. in Front Street West. To 
rontn, Ont. Pleoaa print plainly your fiome, oddrvaa with 
■on*, stylo number and slM. 


THE 1959 MODELS 


tn spectacleifar* as m eari. fAe aew wadels 
ore wore beooftriM ta appea rea c e, store 
/larrenaf to tke weercr. 

It |NM are tpeariap a siodsf T fmmn. noms 
Hilo etiAer a/ mr two e//k*» and choose a 
bereauag IM asodel. Tea caa /eel aag see 
fSr glf/errace. 


\Vt«»ria Store Open til § p.m. FTtikiy 


TWO NTOIIt:S 

101H (intframefil Ktirrl and Sidney 









t 






Culmtlflt Vkl^ I.C, Sm^ km. II. I*W IJ 


What do V*irtoria womm do with th^ir Kparv tlm«? 

Well. 1.712 o( thrai att(>nd night rlaasM to "bona 
Up** on rooking; contract bridge, reramkw and con« 
vemational French to name only a few of the couiraea 
offered at tlx of the city's high schooU. art studios and 
tven a delicatemen. 

Winter soMion of the vocational and leisure time 
eoumes of the DKiaion of Evening ('laaaes under the 
•ponaorahlp of the Greater Victoria Board of School 
Trustees began last week and wtU continue for 10 weeks. 

In the non vocational department, courses provide 
the women with an opportunity to work on hobbies as 
part of a group or to try their hand at new skills and 
•uhjects of interest. 

One of these. Adventures In ('ttokidg. ^ith Swiss 
chef Karl Rreltschmidt. is strictly a fun course as the 
ladies gather at hu delicatesaen for demonstrationa, 
recipes and fun. 


There are specific fields in which they can learn 
new skills or brvish up on the old ones. 

For example, there are eight commercial mursea, 
each with a qualified instructor— these include hook* 
keeping, amkinting. shorthand, typewriting fort begin- 
ners and^vanced aludmts. 

Women also invade the aanrtity of the technicaj 
courses mainly for men on subjects such as electronics, 
engineering and do*it«youraelf home repairs. 

In many of the clasaes women are in the majority. 
These include interior decorating: modelling and charm: 
renmk^s; copper tooling: elementary, intermediate and 
advance drawing and painting; life drawing: fkMVI ar- 
rangements. using real fkiwers. and flowercraft, using 
artificial materials; leathercni/t. weaving; needlework 
and dressmaking. 


WTwit ma> look like a real sack dress 
to Mm Sheila Hall will turn out to 
be a chic navy sheath when t^'t 
through with the fitting by Mrs. 
Lillian Qtaon. Inatmctor m the 


r>i*esitmaking and Tailoring course. 
Mias Hall, who lives at 730 V'ancouver 
Street, enjoys the course very much 
and thte basic dress te her first aCfort 
at making her ewti clothes. 


The occasional man slips into a night course but in this 
elementary drawing and painting class, the majority of 
the 24 enrolled are women. Mrs. D. J. Strodyk. standing 


in the background, is in her third yaar as Instructor in 
this course. 


fumed into a classroom. Mrs. Jeanie 
Smith and Miss Vesta Rnggs are two 
of the many registered in this popular 
course. ‘'Adventures in Cooking.'* 


Demonstrating how to put together 
C3tarlol1e Russe to two of his cooking 
Hast students to instructor Kaii 
Breitachfflldt whoae deticaiesaen to 


learn (lie fundamentals and then studuaje to the inter- 
mediate course with more intricate ' pattema and 
techniques. 


Miss Florence DanieM instructs her small Hemcntary 
“Weaving for Pleasure'* Haas In a fundamental pattern. 
From left to right, they are Mm. W. Wolfe. Mm. W. A. 
Shearing and Miss G. Ganwche. In this course, students 


Photographs by Bud Kinsman 


Arranged by Anna Smellie 


So life-like you <*an ahnast ameil them, are these 
artificial wood-fibre flowem made Into a gay cor- 
sage by students of the noweirraft course. In- 
itruHor R. Miles here shows Jean Veness the ina 
a^ ouu of tha artr' 


From left to right, they aiT Mm. BriAn Heard, Mrs. 
John Merriman. Mm. Lemite Ijiw. Mrs. Doreen 
Longwill. Miss Qleefi Steele and Mrs. Zofia Mutial. 


Six pair of hands are busy here as memhem of the 
night tew tng Haas work on articles of clothing. They 
■re members of the advanced dressmaking roume, 
one of tha largest pourses with an enrolment of 34. 








M o n 1 9 A u c 

BRIDGMAN 


18 lailn Crolimlst Vki^ t.C Sm , Jm. II. tfSt 


liy Ann Landvrn 


l>Mr Ann Ijind#!*: I hav^ a r\rry ChrUln>as-lr«« I pul up 
ievllon lo «*k lhal woman ni> Huaband Mura 

. , . < • year* than I rair to ramambar. 

radar Whal a lha malirr ho|,«uy rttart with ttw boy* 


te LAn* maa trpa all cm i m* I'liriatma* d n m 

Itaih poirti until N>w YaoraT tdaa bui I rwrvar la< lha kuta 
Waft y«Ni datermtnad lo^maka know It. 

haddy U«k Ilka a haal In ipa A Cnn<l mothar kaapo plenty 
t>aa of hla chlkdm Ikal you oI thinga to haraalf. Kh« amllaa 
cnuMnt put up tha trta your Ihiough lha laara aiut eovara 
aeir? up ao l^d will look gwi. 

Thia ta a pretty old gama an«l 1 don't want to aound Ilka a 
It nnly makaa ilia kida Inaecuie martyr. Ann. hat'4u»e 1 got a 
a»..i unhappy So whv doo l you lot of pla«*.gfa haoring lire kid* 
gal wlaa lo youraalf and aiarl rave aboui what a «wall dad 
huilding up Ta inAiaad of taai ihav hail Ita knew lha wire. 
Ing him down even If he and *n did 1. hui an long aa lha 
dor*vi t denerva |i' kid* waia happy that a aU that 

I va bean marnad 37 yaara mattarad DKTROlT 
and I wiah I had a dollar for MOTHEIt 


tall* ar dM pm Lt H- M Agate and Mr*, and 

The gur*i lifti I* 4« folloMA Agale, Aavl*iant t'ommlNaion* man I> 

Lteu^enani t>ivrn»oi Krank M. ar C. W Harviaun and Mr*. J B. M 

Rua* and Mra. Roaa. Premier Harvtawo. .Swpenniendeni C B. Mi« W 

W A Benneit and Mr* Mardonnell and .Mr* Mardon- 
Haitnelt Hon K W Mayhaw na||. 

and Mr*. Mayhew. Hun W N ^r* C H r. Mann Mr and 
I'hani and Mra fhani, Him m,* j Wallarr Mr ami 
T. V Davla. 1., L. p and .Mr* v!i* 7 R H Adam* .Mr himI 

ttavl*. Hon W f> RU.k and ^i* fc > Kox. Mi and Mr* 

Mr* Hlarh. H..n. K w K Ireland, fh and Mm 

Kleinan aud Mr*. Kleinatv m y MH;rrfoi Mi and 

Hom R t. WlllUlon and Mfv T I'. Oii Mr aird Mi* rim.irt 
Wimaiori Mayor V B .^rtjnah Arm*inmg Mr ami Mr^ K 
and Mr* >=cu»tah. Rev K K y, Arm.ii Mi arul Mm K C 
H and Mm Jame* Reeve Brrmn Mr .nd Mic j r It 
A (' Wurtele anil Mr* M'ur 
Ir^, Reeve t>«igr L I'hallrr 
ton and Mr*. iTiatlerton. At 
deiman and Mr*. M. H. 

Mooney. 

Rear Admiral AMS 
Raynrr arwl Mi* Hayner. 

Rng J. S Adtmr I’nmwindore 
H V. W <;rwai and Mr* 


T ronhip 


/inptiultt Join 
For Fiitilor 


low wha alta behind me in [^a,. M,ytu*lle; If ihi* boy 
acveral cla**e*, ! thought he i« eopvinr from vmi during 
wanieit to *tt eloae herauae he *|»||ing e*am# II will »erve him 
liked me. I raught wlae when ngiii he li flunk A high achool 
h.- aaked me In move over lo Biuipint who WTtle* that »he la 
the other aide of my dr.h ao juiheen year* old la not my 
he iwuld aiw better to cap) off ^1 a gal lo i«p> frtgn 
m.v I»aper Simply <e»l hHW- you don't 

I like Ibla boy a tot and dim ! In be a party lo hla 

want him lo be mad al me. rhrailng Sit aquare In the 
lui! t don I ihink he ehfnild middle of your tea* arrd pul 
loaf an yrgr ami get ihe an your left hand over >he paper 
*wem by chiaeilirvg Alan. 1 m If he geir mad at ymi it 
a.'rald If the teacher* ever wa*n t love. 


Doctors 
^Answer 
To God’ 


RcjcenI newlywede Mr grrH Mnc J R. Abemnmhle cut their ued<tlng ctke 
•t I’pUrvh Golf Club reception. 


Grand fHi /* Cominf; 

Pear Arm For veer* ahei M'nen »e ai.-^pt favors »e he 

we maiTted I had in live ite*t n.-'.e obltgaied up ta aur vul 

door to my They rverstvle neck* 

owned the hoii*e arut dei-or Ynur father in lav» prohahty 
aied' It according to their feel* you owe || in him to 

ta»te*. We are of dtfferoni na- ehare vnur home now that 

tionalllle* and they rvever ac he * akme 

repted me Neveiihele**. ymtr hu*hanrf 

f>ery day htt mother came ba. no nghi to invite hu 
over and tald me how in cook. Ih houae 

how to clean, and how to raiie corwulllng you. You re 

mv baby one who would have lo 

I put up with everything be clean arvd Imn for him. Ikm SHoaheth t'pward and 

Caiiae 1 knew It had lo er>d when • huaband of Mr. Jack Rotwrt Aft^’ftTombie. 

•ooner or later Finally li did ** mu*t rhooae between a Canur. F Pikr ••rficiated 

A few moot'' ago we P*r^^' ■ male According to M*a« I’pwur'i the daugMer 

bought a lovely home on the Genesi. r,„urvar. „f Mr and Mis R A Upward, 

other side of town. Thew p^*t -Therchde Cedar HiU Croaamact waa 

lew months have hem Ihe married in Ihe -r. -f Mr. and 

happte*! of my entire life mother and *hall cleave Mia Uriirl Abeirrnmhie. also 

A week ago my motner:. bN wife 

law died Last night my hu*- 
barr;: ^k 1 “tlx up Ihr •pate 
mom grandpa la v.->m(;*g to 
live with ul" 1 refu*e«l lie 
Mkd 1 accent hH father «*r | 
can pack m\ clothe* and get 
out. We »p«.k. -. - i 

Have ynu anv advuw MR> 

IIAf> FrVO«'f;ii 


\berrromhic-l puani 


Vows Exchanged 


SALE CONTINUES 


HITH DRASTIC RKDI (TIONS 

if COATS if SUITS 


SKIRTS S 

TO (TJIAR . 


Special Prices on 
Rrokea Maes of 
Sweaters 


If tfrir^* f>nfy Parent*, Teacher* 


lgl7 r.O\'T RT. irwser Pori St.) 


Inluckv Numlter 


/ i^\ \'' 

CONTINUES 


23 Princesses 
Still Single 


Due to tlie fact that Poater* Kura H rhanifiaff maBagefnenl. we arc offrriag 
MaheUevabt) low prices oa qjuality (urs ... at prices arver before offered 
to the Wdies of Virtorte ... 1 STtl. .NK*Y« MAN AGI'JllKNT TAK»3i OVER! 


Kvery fur la marked down lo a NEW' IXIW 
durtim 1)0* r l rwrlocwt period. I.iink al 
these •eomlNioal vateew. Bl'Y SOW AT 
PANTASTK HAVIM;K — AT P0ST».h.H! 


brought suit lo gain rualndy 
of Pamela on Ihe ground* that 
Ihe mlNod marruge was 
“harsh, unfair and delrlmen 
lar lo hla daughlrr, auhieri 
Ing her to “Inward and ex 
teriuil preMure* ' and luusing 
her “not to he arcepied In 
community." 

All the principal* evrrpi 
Kiang. were in court ye*ier 
day. Pamela reiurrted in Ma* 
nalioruilUl «achu«eits with her mrtiher 
nnmedialrly after the heating 


another 


Ml SKKAT STOLES, 

dyed 


^n*l prin,e**e* |» PngUnift ‘-IV— - prufesaor has withdrawn a 

Pnm,.. M.,r.r« 3* Lr, .h«t. h. U«.l. 

rc -...r.ti. r*cw* wme her mara H" . * only a f.mr year old daughter on the 

Ihor. rrlaiionthip with da*hlnr routttry. ground* ihal *he would suffer 

pr.fr T'»wnaenri She I* hol.i-.T^ ^ >r . a p. nwe M*-»ai .wlr*ri*m hr« a..*i* of her 

onto hrr single tiatua |/-.--r ■ pietiy p : tturthert rcmaniage lo a fhl 

If an *«) rojal Engli h femal. .‘J* new |»v>chologi.l 

since Queen )i!r£h^“- I Pcvlier Jf) ran marry Dr IMvId Raali. .TA, of 

Ofmmoner* Avlfi.l of Nor v av Kroofclvn «*knl Jtiatice Heun 
PRr.sw M.llTIM.s 37 ... S; s.-.dinav .an MariUMWlln lo diop proewti 

Bui Mafgftje'r piev- lilp Pt-i ' 'lirulBlwm. in;-. *.r«lfiday In the ••••*•** 

pmg* rapidly are bring o\ \ s ki>K of a hearing In Supieme 

mat. bed h> another eligible ^ l‘*'iri Mjrtuwello dirt an wllh 

t nglikh pUnc.-. Alevanrtra ^ ^ » J the trrttimmi that ' mlatcgen* 

23 rt-ughier of Ihe f>urhe*. •» i> neither Illegal nor la 

of Kerrt Alexandra, who like* . . Umiii. r\~ i '• contrary lo public |»olic)." 

.I.nrt hair nil* and Ihe mamhn. reiT.r m,v m L 111 rT ^e naW In sd.»c.le pivple 
ha* a Wkter lUI «f mmooer" ip* nni lo he prejudiced. - Manu 

male* In cho-e from a* ahe I* if* f^'lnred to the ihffme of , 

ninth In the line of •u.rca.ir.n »• •nd Mar 

p ^a ..f g"cil»a Ifl OlVORir.l) IN l*ft7 

rtenm’ark. U a talented painter T*’’ nuiorty battle Involved 

smi ha* no plan* to marry yei JT , ‘^briella. \n of Raab. hi* former wife. Madly n. 

Beatrix, of HolUnd. who Bcimonl. Ma*a.. 


Ml SKRAT SHORTIE, $ 

d> pd 


Ml SKRAT (ENTRK $ 
BACK < OATS, dypd 

< ANADIAN REAVER, $i 
nhtiinil . \ 

Kl .SKIAN sqiTRREL 
SHORTIES, dyrd i 

CANADIAN ERMINE, 8, 

dyrd ^ 

MIS< KLLANEOl 8 
COATS, from 


fi, AU. t«AI>TH WA 
in All Salnia View Royal WA 
lay will meet on Tuesday at 3 p m. 
ew al the home of Mr*. J. J. 
lat Moran. 39h Hraumoni 


We are pleaaed to announce that Mr. A. K. 
Alexandra, well known Victoria Furrier. Is 
now a member of our staff. 


COOMBS Mrs. C. G Peter 
■on waa stertert proaldent of 
Grac« I’nited Church LA at 
the recent annual meeting 
Mrs. R. Moaea waa named 
huntrrary-prealdenl. Other of- 
ficen: We-preaklenl. Mrs. C 
tlamble. trsaaurer. Mr* John 
Allen, secretary. Mrs. F. W 
Briliain 


m Regularly 

HAROLD S. TIMBERLAKE 
NORMAN T. JOHNSON 

VIHOM IPgCiAIJgri 


fVMM€M am ms 

Y.VS VATI» HTRKKT 


DO IT NOWl 

PHON K KV S-tVU 



, w ' I* ^ 




Montague 

BRIDGMAN 


IS (Tulanlet Vkt*fU, I.C., 5«i.. J*» II. IfSJ 


taiii II A P*»r1rt 
.1 l.i i\»l T .u 
!r» <k 

«ru1 M- ()ik*'ti 


(;re«i«*r Vuiufui iVhtnuiuil 
CommiHr^ will •(MKisut • iliii 
ni-1 the Kmpir ' H'*!**! «tii 
t iHiiy •• N lorm*l i-”— --j; ol 
uu> tV:,:. 111 iiiMlt*! 


AM^r< 
<J Mit. 


wHm ycm klrtd': that you in c\..j niehi for ■ wrek 

Um* Chn»tm«* !!<*♦ It on tho ChrUtruM. I * 11 * 111 1 liko th^ 
jKiich until Yr- hui I ntv<er m ih» KmU 
Wrrc you drtnnmnnl to Ti«k^ kr>o« »i 

lcM>k UK*" « h#^l in ihr a fwKl mothor kr»*p« plenty 
e>M ol hU children that you of thinr* to her»e|( She umilei 
couMn't pul up the tiee your Ihinujrli the . if* *oil covei* 
irif* up u.^ l>ad Mill look 

T I... U a pretty old garnr ami I ik»n l waoi :o louttrl like a 
It only make* the kirU *" -i*ure martyr Ann. be«'au*e I got a 


K M Atfatc -n4 
itr, Aa*i‘iiint t’ 

C W Har\ ia»'!i and Ml 


t4il» at k ■ pm i<t 

Ttie gu«**l l»*t jik a* ffO-— * A( 
l.ieu'rnant (>>M-tn4>i Frank M er 
i' an<l Mr» Ri»a* I’; . >r H< 

W A C Bennett and M:- Marrtonnril and Mr 
Hennetl Hon R W .Max how nell 
aiMt Mt» Ma>heM Hoo NA N Mj, i* || 1 , V-- 
(’tiani d Mt» t'ham Hoo m. . I. J. '* ’'11 ' 

T « l»- I U l> a * M.^ M,. T R B All- 

l»a\h H”” I» Rlark and v.. y po% Mi 

M Blark. H-- lA K w t lirla at D 
Kir.na- ^r.a M Kien... ^ y Mi 

lit:- R «; Will. • n - ii M:- , | Vi .» 

.iii»tuii M«vwi P R ' All"--'’ ^ Ml a; 

and Mtr . ...nail Re\ > !■ \\ Mi and 

H and Mr» Jamr fG \ti 1 -d \\< 

A* l* Wurtele ami Mi Wui l Arttei Mr a. d ' 
ifle Reese tif I. Chatter > T«mberlin. Mi 
1 . .. and Mr> dterion At t han Mi and Mm 
drt«Ti«n and 
Mooney 
R- »t 
Ras net 
Hi If J 


\t MarU — 1 l D and 
i L= ' t.leui F! A. 

•. •*!> - d V: M-e* 

L.- . •: -t .irid Mt- 


Ads hoaul 

V R T KaT;. M. 
J Kassi'rM Mr 
A. Laudium Mi 
Klriimaii Mr. and 


roll 


" llnjtlists Jitin 
For I i.silor 


Dear Ann I m if- and a ingh - 
a> i.ttol fre»hman l..ately I've • 
been having trouble with • fel 

j(iM »ho ■ •• }■•- 

- t thought he ,, 


Ml Rayner 
- ■ ■•mmoitoie 


tf thin hoy 
you duting 
>1 will ^rve him 
He ll flunk A hur. hooj 
■ludenl «ho ssriten that die la 
f.flheen old ?’ m>l my 

of a g«- --- from 


liked me. I raughi vr 


Dociors 
\ {iLswer 
To Go(T 


the olher * of my dr»k . 
" - -:ld *er brtle- U 'opy -:»H 

m> paper 
I u: ;; ^ - a 1 **' 

-t him to he mad at me 
B • I «loo i 

lr *f all y»ir and gei tf - a 
»v»rr* h;. r‘. ''-"'m Ai . I 
•:ia»d If the te== esei 


,hie rut their MerWlng cske 


Recent nrwl> 


h (.omiiiff 


near A-.;. F 
we married t l< 

»r to my 
nwnfd the h^ 
aied It at-T-r-:! 
ia?*r* We are of different . 
tionaliiiea and ifyy neser ar 
. ;.ted m* 

Kvery day hia mother rame 
over and told nv how to r: “ 
how to rlean. and how to *e 
m> baby. 

1 put up Wtlh ever)th:r_ 
c^- -- 1 kr— It had Ic end 
a<ioner r-r Utrr F: • ”v it dtd 
A few mcntr ago we 
hmifhi . Iw..:- ho—- cm ir- 
1 »ide nf Ic ‘.'nr*r p *f 

few mc-itha have been the 
happie«i of m> entire life 


:wl decor 


Vows Exchanged 


SALE CONTINUES 


Your 


, 'will h»-* 
i« Jehovt'. *.»<m f' 


tended « 


you owe I 
sour home 


WITH DRASTIC KKDl (TIONS 

★ COATS ★ SUITS 

SKIRTS S 

TO n .KAK 


Neverth 


your n 
to nviie h'* 
father ic. Uve in the ; - ,*e 
without fiUtlng you You re 

iKf line who wt .:!d ha." to 
; and lr'»n for — •. 

It . «ad whe^- a huahartd or 
wife mu*t .! — ae • 
parent or a mate A« - ‘ ~ ' to 

the B«ok of ueneai* !.-»wr%.-r 


Lon Lynn, rureo of a r-= - -i 
rondiii -- whr'- threaterved her 
life was rel*=-^ fr.’>m the 
He*p:‘j| for k Children 
PVtclas 

A |UV. ' •ri Wfl...r. hu' 

rr. Tth turned :*'»aly of the 
. ‘ ild ■■ ‘hr Melrupiilltan 

TiMt.M.. • ' ’Idf*^: * Aid s’ - ve' 
returned the ha^-- to *•< • 
parent* 

A apertal •‘•art »e- - waa 
mndut-ted in the h--ap«tal aftei 
the parent* oppoaed blood 

tran*f‘.'*t<»'** ■■-■-r- iht- are 

ie‘ 5\*r • '» = * * their 

religf f' = id« i'i»- m • the 


nf V:^-tutia, in a ceremony In Tudor eoliar A of 

- fealisely deroraird moth*^-: ->l pearl aequina and 

;x-?d peaila .‘'.eld the fingertip 
veil of nylon lull' and *he r 
ivnry gowr: .:^f , ra*rade t.jquel of red 

Vila peaude c,.,,i|nna. hc.\i, ar,d *e 
dr waa uis^r tufta Jew®!:-- v - a 

ride Ml t'p neeklac and rartl.:£‘ 

---^ Ur— » the gift of the g;-'.''m 
I tu a tram at pATHril 
-i*t waa rut 
tleevea and a 


W'edding vow a were e» 
changed recently m **- Luke's 
AngUran •'"MiTh by M*“ OH 
!;zn Eliiabeth I'pward jr^d 
Mr. Jack R*.ir=ri Aberrroni'"’ 
r F f* ;»ffinated 

M. I’pwriiiL the daughter w 
of Mr and M R A tV* ird. * 


Speelal Price* on 
Bmkep IJne* of 
Sweater* 


Mr* Elmet Af-»rf 


talher the brtde watkeil up the 
*!-■ tr. organ mu»k- pH; * t... 
|>»c V FdwTrda rhirlog the 
‘ . r .f the * - 

Amy Walt..-. «ang ihe Twcr.ry 


fPnly /Vira'fils* Tr4irhrr$ 


renefit fi 


f-^m tl: 

live Wr.'.: 


ua 1 retv ~n Ite 
"pt hi- fathei or I 
^T^> rtn'Kw* »nd ler 


led ape*)* -if h--!l 
fl '#r headlwnd* ar>d 


rent fiv.- of 
- people «(Amped 
^ ■ veinpe ' 


Kane lIKDTHrR 

going wuiu:;. * a» 

t He nuin and the groom ■ b. 

keld Aherrromble bi 

if my brother. Jf*m F fpward 
Cs;r^» W-'-ber u»‘'..‘red 
T m> rplanda th>lf ' iim *rei 
irroaa the recepllm. wra* de*-- 
•• wi;:. Oinaimaa tree*, 

luilty arjd bough* of gr^n *"d a 

. and The couple will live at 
tw the boy fln«l him $36 on the charge Cook Street on retur- ^g 
lb into the of aaaault and batierv hi ought a w—ding tnp In the f 

bv tha child'a mother. .Stale* 


I nlufkv Numlicr 


J3 1*1 in cesses 
Slill Single 


A Kane 
a in -1 


CONTINUES 


Due to the fact lhal Fo*ter* Fur* K changiog management, we are offering 
unhelic\aU> Wm price* on quality fur* ... at price* never before offered 
to the la 4 lie*of Wtorin ... I ^TII. NFW MANAOFMKNT TAK^s 0\ tJil 


I/>NIViN tfPI' The n>y luma il Jan -H. aiudle* law 
aD\ »f K*'mpe fare* I— -•‘h at a unlv-rj-tiy r. p 
*! :;r- A) . _m? T 15 That for r ; fulur Jr.h 
h.a;;- Trevaea fill! ***ve on! of Hrllcrid. 

f? . . »'■>*' inr*- Her *ier. lrc.«- 

.. i heb re in the nv ; 

b. • of mva'\ ; ve tl— <■ ; -: r;- 


r.sery fwr K marked down U a 
durioK thU rleartnc-mH perk* 
thev *en«alk»nal value* III Y 
FYSTkHTU SAVISt.S — AT 


queen 


many me 


MM YuRK 'If'lT A 
Bfo»*Klyn i /lege p*><: Jogy 
profeaaer ha~ withdrawn a 
court arliwn whi-l* h* invti 
luted to gam custody of hla 
h-:..r y.-*r old daUShler On the 
c: i..dv that *•“ •^"mW auffr, 

\ nkffM. ■ :.Vi h. - ilU«e of ‘ • 

- • i: , - M *-T a i'hi 


>n ShK.VT STOI.K> 

dYPtl 


27 The future king of Nor- 
way Hara;:^ 22 ’ill ' - •sjr 

a* ■■ f' ’tafi-tr.r 1* of 


.Ml SKKAT SHORTIK, S 

dyn\ 


.Margaret jn 


Ml SKR.^T ( KNTRI*: 
B\( K <<).\TS, dyiMl 


( A.N \|)IAN BKAVKK. $ 

nMliirnl 

K1 SSI W SC^MKKKL $ 
SIIOKTIF>, ilyMl 

( ANAIMAN KRMINK, $ 

<l\rd 


h female 


Rjab Yk • f 


.snpm* and uer.? ai i. 

*’ *7 . _ . - , It t-imtr»ry tn puhiu |»niir\ 

'• J't*' -v,> to e.^ ‘r people 

rc, ;i;. nn the vst— nf ^ preludlred. ‘ Martu 

; tM the fh.r-ne of 
- . are 33 and Mar 

g .. . Ik mvoK< r.i> IS iMT 

If you .'w-lb.rwr.e^l pnr The ru«inrf\ b-i”!' :""o1ved 

Ma.i- ilabtieiU. of Raah hU former wife Madlyn. 
Italy, ard Af.;ie l*. and I* aS of Belmont. Mavft. a-' 
t-‘ of : a;: thetr daughter. Pamela. The 

princetr*’ who a* yd have not Raaha wr-- dt v -r . T d In IWT 
sett.rd down to Uve happily the mother receiving ru«indy 
e -- of Pamela and the father re- 


a. ■' of ihe Pu. 

of Atevandr* wbn 


MIS< KU.ANKOI S 
CO.ATS, from 


mamrr, 


wider flat nf •p*wM.:r..*r" 
mala, tr- rhf fmm a* «he U 
ninth ; the line nf 

PriJ.. • V rgreihe !■. -•*f 
rvnmark. I* a talented 
and }»ae no plaru to marry yet 
Beatrix, of Holland, wf... 


The Empress Hotel’s 

POPULAR 

* SMORGASBORD 


Me are tc anrw...... that Mr A K. 

Alexa”! .. well known Victoria Furrier, U 
n-iw a me^^.^er of our afaff 


BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE 

AI.L KAI.F-H FINAL 


THURSDAY— 6-9 p.m 

I12.AO per Penurn 

Ir. the 

EMPRESS ROOM 


cxiOMBS Mr*. <* C Peter 
tor. clrrled pres^—r-t of 

Crace I’nitad C*hurch LA at 
th. recent annual meeting 
Mrs. R. Moaea waa named 
I- president Ot^*^* -d 

fleer* vlceprealdent. Mr* i" 
Camhle. ireaaurer M« Jc-i-n 
Allen aecretary. M: F W 

Hrittain 


A '> ^-S> j Examined 

% Regularly 

HAROLD S. TIMBERLAKE 

NORMAN T. JOHNSON 

viiiGh irtciAUiTS 

TFJS FA S-WIS 


fVMffft siNa iiss 

TIS VATI-» STKFFT 


A ( anMUan Pacirtr Hotel 


>ll— •• 

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\tf 

amei 

Ml 

T ambcrlin 

*h<in. 

Mr 

1 1 - t 

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r?..ir;- 

•’iceaae* 

V - 

» IIV*- 






l*as»morp Anninst 


k 

Oatlfl (folonlll VietorU. IC^ 5 b»., Um. II. 1951 


Freeze Plan 
Thawing? 


Th* ’ plan lo ciiar«f»#t 

Inlanaiwt davrlupmanl inlo a 
r#iauv»|y •mall atea of Saanich 
ma> M uml^rthint a Ih 


plan until rttuncU maKM iii 
tWtiMnn. ('nun. t^h^* Pa»» 
nwK^ Mid nicht. “U.tt cn^t 
Ihinuth 1 will ahida by th^ da 
n»Mm of tho ma)mit> and 
what happan* Kui 1 ihink what 
happari* will ha had 

"^al I*. If It inaa pa»* I 
don't know If It u c«Mnf tn 
('(Mint Ainalia W’nthingtnn and 
llarnid Tndd hava not mad* 
ar-> mmmitmant ahoui it ' 

Many ratapa>ar« think oi.ij 
tha aiaa north nf Rn^al (^ak 
wit) ha outalda tha araa v*hniwn 
fot tntanatva (tavainpmant ha 

M>d 

Raiwaar; thraa-quartai* ar>d 
aavanaighih* nf (ha muninpar 
tt> i« outaida tha aiao ha «aid. 
"I know of a 71 >aai old dairy 
farmar In tha Mai (gold dia 
IllCt who plant tn mnva hit 
hard to Sooka and tuhdivKta 
ht> prnparty 

"If Iha fiaa/a plan goat 
thrnjgh ha won t ha ahia to do 
|( It doa«n t irtaka any «an«a 
to ma why ha thould ha pto- 
hihiiad fiocn tubdlvutmg TTta 
whola dittrict would ha much 
Imprnvad with 711 to tO houtat 
on tha land 

Tour Harold Todd taid latt 
itight ha might atk tha naxi 
maatiiig of Saanh'h 
Jan. 19 tn contKiar an altarr\a 
(iva ro Iha achama praparad by 

By GREYHOUND 

Tlckata and Town 

PRAIRIE FOLKS* TOUR 

To San Diagrt Jar- 24 
14 daya fl 4 # 

MAROI BRAS TOUR 

Tp> Saw Orlaana. Fab 1 

22 da\« UM 

ACAPULCO CRUISE 

To I .M Jan '.I' 

1 ? da>t -hut and ahip> U 79 

NASSAU TOUR 

Tn Miami Nat«au Jar- 1 * 
jn daya <b\ia and thip' UM 

HONOLULU TOUR 

To Saa FrcnnBct* Honolulu 
and V> daya from MAS 
!*•»• ••<«»a»* at Ow tM 

•w» •* tk 
fkW M a « T*«» 

liKOIC4«K t WllJ.ia 

WILLIS TRAVEL SERVICE 

laaa imh i.i.aw wt . rs : 4iii 


Antony Parr, Saanich town 
piannar. No daiaiU waia glvati, 
Raava Gaorga ('hatlarlnn 
• irrcll h_- 


nifinnfiMci iop 4 :~ 0 a 
law In imptamam tha aug- 
gatiloni mada by Mr Parr and 
la not commliiad in any way.i 

I 

/*/#*<! lo f tmtro I 


‘Please 


Killiii-’ 



Many Children Outfitted 
As Clothing Drive Ends 


NANAIMO — Chtldmi'a clothing 
mm|Hiign I'ollarlttmt fiaixhad la Na- 
nAimo yaxtarday Many ('hildran has# 
alramdy bean outfitted at tha clxll da- 
fanca haadquartars. Tha drtxa waa 
organiaati h> Mount Ran«on branch. 
Canadian l^agion. 


Numhar% of rhiklran of aaatd.s 
fanniia* who had inxufficiant clothing 
to laxt out tha uintar wara hnmght to 
tha attantion of tha public ia Dacara* 
bar by Mayor Tala .Maflao and tha 
local watfora branch. 


‘Rifles for All’ 
To Be Studied 


An «ppa«l to atop axcrutlon 
nf political prii»oi>ari wa» *ant 
to (' -han lahal laa« 1 ar Fidal 
('aalrn ixxt night hv W A 
Si-oil. pra«M— n| of Iha Vu 3 U*fia 
liumantBi Katinw • p 
Tha taiagiam raad* 

"A* Invar of -rihhaan 
native* 1 wa« pnvtiagad to 
• «.* — ■>’* won p|a-'a plaaaa 
don T turn your cauM b> «or 
damning death fnghianad 

»• -nfar *3 i'onvati 

»ham >ntn |r.,al fnand* hv fc. 
^ivana** . -isr.t'-Zg a* 

did Oftit aod '.'hioaaa Mao 
Tt0 Tong ' * 

C'fulpts Sail 
On Tupulay 

Two a^a from Van 

mover 1 »iar.T 3 will Mil Tua«d«s 
with «h’ps of th* nnd Cana 

dian f •••n* ‘ '— ;• adrorr r.r. a two 
fTomh ti ’ i^g '■I »i'*a 

Pa’tv Otficaf G L W Mac 
Donald. I? nf DvcTt- nn and 
patty Offlmr J R Rail 17 . 
of Saramto are among 
cadata from >k>«tarn Canada 
making th* trip 

Thav will vtvil Ala«Ka aott 
pearl Harbor hofoi* rofumlng 
■ n Marrh 

K.r. I.iltrral (Tiicf 

Prr metal Liberal laadar 
Atthur l.aing wiU addiax* a 
puhlir maettog on "Currant 
Provincial Affair*" at Oak Bav 
mumrtpol hail at R p m Wad 
rva«da . 


Slorm-Boomed hi"s .Menaee Boat Ba>in 

1 /vga vi adrift by rewnt itorms base 
rwxultcd in a jam-up in Campba*ll 
Rlvrr'a boat basin, andangermg 
marma traffic and fnn’ing Quadra 
Ixland ferry, Uchuck I lo weave it« 


NANAIMh study into tha 
' indiacTimina'a Iraua ' of fire 
arma In'anrea tn hunter* will 
h* atudlad hy Ilshat lea and 
game hinlogUta Dave Hum 
and Don Rohinann at Nanaimo. 

Nanainvt Flah and Gam* 


way to opfKWiite xidc of government 
wharf from it* u«ual berth. The ferry 
carriea iichon] children to and from 


t'amfd>eU 

I^to.l 


River. ( Flett Studin« 


Funeral 
For Fluid 
Tomorrow 

lit N 4 AN - fuiverwl «*rv 
laea will h* batd Mindai f<rr 
f«>ur year mM Tateaa Kslh- 
la*« larortuiva. who died a* 
ih* ra««H of a ftre at i 
a«uiv <M Jaa. 7 . Rorn in 
IHiaraa. vh* had re U dr d la 
f rnictanay (or iba )a«l «t\ 
weak* and firmwM’ly th* fam 
lit had hv ad In ( hamalnux. 

H*rvlre« aill ha h*M fmm 
at John’* knilh'an < hurrh. 

4 obM* Hill, with Rev k H 
Jarxk* nrrielatinc tatar m ant 
will ha In the rharrhyard 
ramatar y 

ern Talks 

Set Monday 

Mr.-. na« haan a*t a* the 
laniativa data for re«'i— .. 
of oegoiifimnt haiwaen • ana 
duo Parift.- - , 1 * 

and three un».>na •rs-M.i' - wac* 
aa*ax . ■ 1 1 * ^ . 

If ttald at planned. Ih* Van- 
muver haiwaen 

•'mr.ja,..v ao-i ~-r-r r epreaenia- 
live* will ha the fir** on an --sf- 
ficia: ha- |««t Ai> • 


’Bis Bov' Struts 


\«ain 


Gander Happy 
Goosey’s Back 


* Hi* la*i ii»- w !- 

WJuI* VAoki. ■Vte*mii t»««rw-e*» 
2 mm V- -iw New 

Yc 4 i * Kv*. -a* ret r — .\a* 
tei 

It wa* a ‘ meeting 

--id owner «»• r. W Da*. ,« 
of 44 -\J Tynda.i who * ■ Rig 
Bo> — 4 •artllic fu*» ovai 
Whit* Wing" 

Z “ manti pt -i* '.** 

•haltered wrm VVt.if* ‘as:,£ 
and L^ki* flew (b* I' -'tp .Sav 
Yaar • Kva leaMog b»n with 
—'ii wif*. tUrii* Ha was 
■ -X tarrihla *tate. ' *#!d Mrs 
Dai* uv 

RaiwTit of Iwi, ...a h«. ■ — • 
f*"‘ '. .lien l4‘- Th‘-:>»C • niv 

renewed i'»e owner • *- i** 
Whit* Wing would al i h> 
found alive 

4 „, r.r : Hbm 

II, sire*( aftei r---' ig a 
Daily i'”lop.;Bt r>aw* aior> 
alkrrft 1 ^" ' • rapture, saw 
Wr'hOe Wing on the lo w * •“Jp- 
iiir*d and ka~* Vr: in a c=v-p 


’ M : !a 

•»k- her : rday after 

B 

Wr*ii*W WTn ^ TT-, .j .'b 

wrighi ir- 4 --=ugh lb* r.idei) that 
,t able to fl- ags-r. B«i' 
>“ ■ “ he a laithfiil wife from 
; A on h*r*niin JdiV Darr»** 
--!ppr .-1 *■- 

Big Bov far V .* ■ ‘la 

conri-* ihf p*ri 

- *rr - *-d by 4 4ik(r-3t high 

V. re fe-.re 


Tuo Cars, 
Trailer 
Pile L|) ' 

ALBKRM a t.v^ trailer 
upaet OB th* • -■'.ad dur- 

fe e of Highway 4 at CameroB 
Lake. Friday midnight, and 
two rat* I-” ~‘o th* over 

turned vahicla* 

Mamherv uf Aiheml detach- 
meoi ' - - ‘^galad the ai'Ctdervt. 

- " ■. - f'«/t ;i -:i*r being 

If- -1 a truck operated 

Art'-”- ‘-J->i«jie of (TL.-.ar 
y*H«-lin»fa»l awd ■ I waned 
over Lighi^ ware on in Ih# 
trailer and Mr Gnudie ueed a 
flaBhlight to '-«rn traffic, hut 
rar* driven hj AMln Ratgtnf. 
Hope tr -4 Terrence LdwrerKd. 
Ai'-'m* failed to Hop tn time 
to avoid hitting the wrerk 

No on* waa Injured In the 
pile up. 


Cluh marnbeia uid here (hey 
were not aaitafiad with the 
Itraneing of flreaims William 
SpowBfi *aid they ctruld he 
OMainrd by people even If they 
cannot *ae the front sight of 
(he rifle 

He and other club mamhart 
fall ihlB was Ih* mafor rauB* 
of the high number of hunting 
dasth* tn B C A total of JOono 
llcenres wate issued (o hunteri 
In th* province laet year 
The riub i* meking prapar- 
V* lo orgBPive a saer-rb unit 
•vhlch would enoBist of none 
but the most expartanced 
hunter*. Jaap* and first auf 
equipment and two-way radio 
will b* required lor ih* small, 
mobile reocue squad* 

TO LONDON 

H-DAT TOUR FOR ST90 

Thu i*- 4 *r «••* j«*M» *!«>*■>• i«ir 
ir *t t«rt •• N«« V«>* wmm* •• 

taa-* tiM M *•*.•«• I i»«r 

h'ee»* act Wr 

IS* •< OtilSaw^iw^ J.«i, f ..K. 

WS 1 Ml** % 1 ^ 1 1 >. Vi 

*****" r^f ••tj"** al 

'*« *<-bk 4 e»«rs a**- • ua aiv*.* 

*• »»•*'»• I4mr» *»■• 

. kM«.lias uai ta TXK fwif tr;— - 3 i 

*•<•••« tasM 

Tk* t.M' !«•••« t*Mrtcia XafMM I* a, 
4 a«k» «r- . .«* !• Vlr<arM 

a*a>»*iM* > Sm .4 'V If* v,».r- 

laiM hv r*i: r.| 

*••* AM 

CM>R 4 iK K HIM 4 H 

WILLIS TRAVEL SERVICE 

laaa r>oi glaa rv t- 47 it 

*••1 tm !*•*••• • *•«••«••• 


ITS HERE 




Imagiae a Hearing .Aid 
SMAU.KK THAN 
A PKAMT 


A K<"* 1 

••r-S« ■* 

•».f. TIU* 


inn« 


.>0 /W O// l.a»t Wppfc 


•>* <iMi wiir 

MM* ’fKiaSIIW M1- 

*••<••* •.* 

'tiaA • ■*»»„■ •«>* Wilf 

i«>«» •awn '* • " ••** 

e* . ef IM ft«r« af «m n 

Mec-r-* * *»M»A M***a| -M Mr 
W( >• 4 *|I»*** 4 

Wi' •• aaper: 

• --o •*« Ar-t' ;•• ••*«• an«- 

0-.-. *•>• ■••> ■•••■niM'TiiA't 

•a han 4 «M •• •*«44 to 

to Umv fM UM aa*^ *^- BIS*** 

•Mi Ctto Bf ;m m« msm a * 1 * 


ACOUSTiCON 

OF 

AirroKiA 

EV 2-4524 

Ault* IM. 7 ld Vata* M. 

• Bsttarte* si»d Cord* 
for all ntaka* 

a Lasy Budget Term* 


Minesweeper Helil 
\leans .lolis for Six 


Victoria Electrolysis Centre 

Kree ln*tftxila Method 

Re-Opening — January 15 






Where Summer Spends 
the Winter 
MEXICO — 


HAWAM — 

WEST INDIES^ 



INilia Drive, Jan. 31 

Marching Moms 
To niilz CilY 


By* kvsf- 

off and t 


HOW ABOTT A LEIRI’RM.Y rRl'I.SP oN A 
COMFORTABLE CARCJO PASSENGER .AHIP 
•D'iTMF PANAMA CANAU RETl RN 8Y AIR 
\TA f-ENTRAL AMIHIi'A 


For kHggaaOAw* — f>a*rrtp*l«e iJtarwiare and 
BewarvaHnwa he* 


Twen*‘ five “ > vi:ed Greater 
Virtori* mother* will »># msrvh 
inj ^o poll.- hare in a oe hour 
blitr Jen 11 . 


Ar.d >c:; '! ha . - 

psn if >*.u iaeva jx -- pnrrb 
;. hi r.n srwt *'*•* . -jr dons- 
IBM ready wi>eo the '\rr* 


Rafl= of a *“‘ll mirvesweeper 
at HMC Dackyard, snmHinrwd 
:'-’:dsy h\ Defrrice Mminter 
pra.:,- will ‘ .^ide . -bs for 
ar.vui i^T?f A d*»'an of N» rrvam- 
her* of r-- lik *l xhtpyard 
ur: o laid off la«( week * 

The w .‘.r-i m -"a 

- wbr. - U were lait 
tw--. : • :i, . 1 * in Vi 

If A TK.’t JO jotv 

• maiwhar* of fba ; “ w‘ • 

were •- off pervlou^tv 

Erne*! Or . *r_ inar< 

ac. ;;t for Machinialt Fitters 
and Helper* t'ni ^ {.oral ' 
•rwf he wired a "vigorouB pro 
ia*f against doakvard Uvoff* 
to Defer - M'- i«»ar Peaiha* 
The mintater replied yestar- 


day. Btating a laftt had been 
o rde r ed for a *maU mto* 
awaapar at FAquimsIi tn order 
to create more work. 

TICKET OFFICE 
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Mr*. R Meyer 

PHONE EV 2-0614 

nowr*. 9 a.m. - S p m. 
\M*TORIA r.l.K 4 -TBOI.V«ltt rCNTU 
Room Sn — 1 «?p Dotigla* A|. 


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They (l he t-.;ng ti*air part rail hetwaan A.lfl and 7 |n p m 
in tha -r.-.-. wtd* drive ir» .-sr - - *n 

r#i*a ^tSibsi for tn# Bn-i-' or woman are needed a Ki 
('• ■'imhui Foundation (or Child men «poka*man said yeaiardav 
* * are. P--^:-'r*valm* and Rehab A' wishing lo >• 

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are ex-gr-nlert to (be evar-AdvannoK of phar- 
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and your hdalth needa ai'e aaf# and aerura Kara. 
Our large stork* inrluda rvery new mortem 
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Ttia Ca-' .ttxr. M-ho(»l s> .lem 
will ha — -psird lo T Eng 

liah ana by a taarher who ha* 
taught under both 

L Ha/aldina. exchange 
taarhar s* Lampoon Street 
BrhnnI fmm Guilford. Kng 
land. wiU give ui* impr— ^ -nx 
of I'anadtan and Cnghxh 
school* at a meeting of the 
Lampxon .'•treat PTA at 9 pm 
on Wadnaxday. 

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A handwriting *perl*l!-i will 
•peak to parents 'omoirnw at 
I p m ai a meeting of Bntn 
• ide PTA in the *rhoo(^ audl 
torium. 

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All B*pMi* of chltdian* 
hrslth Will be delved into t;^ 
morrow at 9 pm. at a mealing 
ot the Tolmia PlA In lb* 
Bt'hool. 


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A film deiillng with menially | 
dlsiurhed children "fraap 
Weir will he shown •< 9 p m 
tomorrow m the Oakland* | 
school auditoiium. 

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i^Ao film* Too Young lo 
Bay and "Rearh Into Siianr# '- 
will ^ shown at 9 p n» nn ' 
Tur--t-;,- ai 4 mealing of 
Qiudrs .kehnnl |*TA In the 

- finol auiti'MMiim 


A fua*i «<iiiii«t. a quirk 
riislk artist and Donesatar 
bfhool hoya choir will anli^. 
tain parents at a meeting of 
Iha rvmr.'i*la» PT^ •( 8 pm. 
on Wedna«day In the arhoni 
audiionum Tha program i* 
tponMtrad hy the Fina Arta 
Commiiiaa 


■Diar# ^iJI he no gaoaral! 
I mrrfirs o| ihe Janxes Bay PTa • 
I for tha month of January . PTA 
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kato* r '* -I tto "to •U'^t aailfBt *Wi 

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: magnificent views Z'^iZZ’12.'^^ beach oRtvE 

HIGH LOCATION OF SEA. GULF ISLANDS Z OaiGHTFUL HOME 1 

ONLY $5 500 - rkrr-:r'^•«^w^raa-.ara: w-us revenue 

IBF pr«^« r«Jk ^ •> % n i UUv ^%mk94 #<*li 

TR* uiT aVAILAJtlB *•• ,»7V aa* I. ' r Mr,k* Tkt. aia.> to «aaa 

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ESQUIMALT Tp. 32 'v :2 


MaaMtaa • aaar a#** * 

lat«a M*t<toa tt*tra rwN* 
(Ma* aaa *tata* r«aai ^B 
aaaiaat ataatrir kilrtoa 4- 
pr kaiR alUt Ma"* Maar 
Mkat iMtataa ra« ki:. Mata 
ta «M to Bppt**taia Call Ika 

$17,500 

MaORlCX ■ SMTTN 
BY » *441 a* BY I-IM* 


’UNIVERSITY" • 

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t a-aa# Bnato** iWt 

AR MRW totWtoN* eR- 
OB>T taka TRY ta«r Aaaa 

r*"* $13,950 

m 'kM YTtOAT 

MM ItMIMOR lY »-«Hl 
ae BV 1 AMJ 


"THIS IS NOT 
A JUNIOR" 


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Pkti Mtaa >ODUU< yourself 

iV L*toi**M » * ^ okooai Dm cMUR 

eYT*toar^ ockRAMTie 

• rOtL MRAMOewWrTR or 
mOR R W* bOMUl MASS AT 

MES8AY" ^ _ 

1 C K MAT 7 Contfoct pnce*> The 

IS IS NOT economicol m 

JNJOR" I (own for QUALITY 

Rai aa iMakac-tia-a A-raaw WOrk 

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■ uM ta aaa if r*v Mta . > 

• I 4W It MR Tto aa* ODlf 

pr.B M kaw« e70An •*> 

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C» , toW* al Mta liM 

•» BY »-e»4l to ^ aM toR to 

■t A'OTB ^ BBtiana* k*M a««4**l 

,.y- AL.a* t*,an**.> lolofmotion Of>d 

UG AND WARM , c . . a 

I Esttmotes Are 

Absolutely Free’ 

LSTitta ‘ /i-a^ Laa W_ar*,a OR T-444e: 


Rai aa tMakac-ria-a A-raM* 
haaaa titaaia* a* a tor*a 
;r* aaat <a«a Tkw ■• a 
■ uM ta aaa ll r*« Mta 
• I 4W ■• It MR Tto aa* 

$7950 


$7950 

Ca RAT MtrRRWY jmmp- 
jia al^^al BY »-*T4l to 

"SNUG AND WARM" 

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BELMONT 

PARK 

KIDDY'S 

WEAR 

FULL PRICE $1750 

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a»W waMit iMtoMR <*■••■ 

vt r-aa^a»a« iVtovr a ■■« 


.art *F*TAI lUTBI'R WAVTUI* WK 
rv 1 nai to ■awra* «•*»» ' at»a* «#•-••• 
f.*;** >«a‘ 'to<to»a a* «Mk>a* 
pa-'kat Va'<ata f*raaa to* Wr 


WATER- 

FRONT 

DUPLEX 


F^EFFlr:- ESQUIMALT 

EXCLUSIVE 

“ . $28,500 Wa ara farikaata to •tok'i’'B 

to BVIIli'. •* ’ .«• haiMa M RtokVr Bar*<mH to«- 

ka^rrrr*, Ma araa TAXM OMLT «IU 


"SEA VIEW" 


tot* 4a: 

IV »a 

ra «| H-. 


$- $ $ VALUE 


UNSURPASSED VIEWS 


147 r.\r«A;«i4.F 

lirAL R^ATV 

CARMICHAEL'S 

TRADING DEPT. 

Wa kata ir#a«» a ato*a » 
tar ri'» 

Apar atoi't to'**** Ataato 

Wkat k**a Ito to a*.aaa*a' 

pkr paratoal axaa >aa 
Call Wai'at Atoa* to* BV a BflM 
ALTWan rARWICMARk « CV u* 


>aa«a to tok'i’iB '^'4 At<iarii*a T-*aa,-aM • >aaiM 
aaWr BatotoaH to«- ■’ar*a tmm» to toW airaa* pa* 
TAXM 0*n.T lia k*‘l aiHBallta f tAapa* 

to --■* al^Mtaa aiaa lit'af 4 mia* rawa kilk tlraalara 
r.tt ktotottoi katoa aaaart atoririr -akaaai Biutoa 
•rtokM lt*Mw •)'* Btota* ato<^ ) Bto* ka* 

nkiRHKt BirMRVR fatoto MarPma* naa n tBirtoak i 
1 %'Ba aBartrk Ktirkaa Ml O-O M h*at 'all kaaaaaatx 
TV ROOM a*)a«taa ’ *"«••■• pa '••* alnH* laaAtrato* 

4 TB DIHIMO ROIMi fA'Ato 4 Mato* tto k to »rto* 

ia«« lam ara MaaJ •* am ato tka ^ . g c /\0 

•Air TOXT LAMO RTW# la aatf 9 I JrVVAl 

paraia pa>to« Ttoto A« apaaiaiaaaa' u a* aaar aa 


ROOM a*)a«taa 


RCXIKAND AVE 


jRa aa raU Rai Witpai 
•n«T a**«Mata 


Ito- •—m ra^ 


4 wnana RMIMKB 


Tana* a>a>M*aa 
R TiayaraBMi-t rv J 

to* to attoA 


^ ^yy., I M 1- T * *. Wl > 

ONLY $6900 


»"<•*• ••(• aAa« Rtor ka*. 

'-.ai, T«.« taU kaiktaatoi R*-. 

• '•toa kaP Rwa Aaa* A«ta Ml . 
kaa'iat HlfV toa*«aai •tlR, 
a..a*tt latototaa Rapa'*'* 1- 
ra, ra'aa* R*r >Mm wtk’MB 
^•'tar* aa* kraa’ktafl apaaa *a 
aaa ntoklf aaaatotoaa* iiita i 

$19,950 

fiM appataiataa'a *a *•*• ra.l 
e I Ca*a**aai VV B-niY aat- 


RAlRrtRLn Mb*»,p> (*i»r- 

*aat mm alarr- ka<SM>* 

Oatto aat* bm* pMaataa 
B*ai« Utta 1.IM to ti Maaa 
a ptoaaafB 1* am ta lat 
a toaalT aaa **• aluia taa 
•tto Avtatoat', kaai •atia 
fmm to«M«a aaB ito a«a- 
aaatoata W a **t*a-ta aa- 
raaa m iMa aa*ta aaaiitac 
All tkto aitk '*»al» a***' 

::r,.:r;:x,$ 12,750 

Dtai MM Y ROWBRTR aa« 
a\ BY V.nai at BY i-iRM 

'BEAUTIFUL 
TWO TONE STUCCO 
ROYAL OAK" 

httottor to ••* aiRlUM 
I Mtinaaita tiaa fra* aU 
*4*«a*t Itora* L Mtow * 
e*iia ta*to ••*k hiapia.a 
•a* apactoa* B>r •# araa 
iaa*U>a toto toa*ara iaau*#t 
Atukaa Tkraa aaeai* ap- 
Batata* ktorvatotr B a • a a 
taataraa aU r**a rai tap*. 
kat*kto* ftaar* an* aaaini- 
tal toaaaaaap B aa n tkr»«Bk- 
••1 Ra-aaatoi aiiR to* tar- 
•aaa aaB WaMrr farH'tia* 
RaaBiiriai tototoi kiara pa'ia 
•( Mat Rklt prva mm 


pat**** *a*a'Btr is'a«» Jj* ORk-M* OfTVaa, 

taaaa* aU to to»a Wan “ A *YRa 

•1T». - ^osT attractive 

kIy'^S^ V Modern Stucco Bungolnw 

tV«-«T4l aattima Iktar IM ^ R. I toaatar to*. 

itotoa larpa :iaiaa raas an* 
••'--‘At laaa raattowat rto Bt4- 

"VICTORIA WtST" I**"* toaritoto 

TIV.iV/nirx VVUI Oar*ra',a* •f-r*Ri»t Ik 

w ** raaaitMa <!*■« a«*c aat ail. -a 

^a ;o.a.. -, »-r^ kttfc a^k • ki«k tottowaat. raa* 

aa»*.*<< a a* 1 ka«>totoa a* a: MA aaa toa Mm 


R^.iPM $7500 “ • at . r I o,zou 

n.t. RTtia CTM aa* .ai.aaa at M P|t 

Rkaaa RORUV MaRRATMBV _ 

a. BY S.R4M to BY 1.4741 ?, « **»’ •» 

UCCO „,y .5 HERE" OAK BAY SOUTH 

• -I ttoT tu »iJikaJa"*l»ii“alito Mm afraniaa tmmm -taata* mt a 

•“ Rtt* I kMttoto atttoaa MtA torn *ra*t » rk« ton ratotoW 

ta L Mtoto * aam •!■• TOCR DeWR •,*• . ma ta ati --ij^.rT*^ 

••k hiapia.a FaVMBMT Oaiia taa>» Tkr^C* Mu na'* •-« i_ ifiiia^ 

a>r «a araa m a* # aia* J««tr#*M !h t-wmm «wt« arm •*• 

toara kaauaat am -aaa'Ata aaiaaa Dm < pm* t«to,-toMa ■ 

M Bakaa *>*« BY* C70V) r-* alto i nli —w ark mmmrn 

r*aa rai tap*. prm aWa r/&^U . tom* iRhOMa** Mat. 

an* kaaail- MACRICB ■ BMmi rW' .atora 

Bto* tkr^Bl- mrrn $12,300 

"estate sale" ^ 

$iT 77 W early possession 


ROCKLAND AREA 


TV.* .* to i^B* rw* 


A* a* V* aa'kto 


Cto>t*rt I V Pf> ««UtlI>*1IR 
r*a"i"B< *>*aa> ev itoTaa 
• *-**a*t<ara kr— *4 
VvariA Us all Ya<a* Rt 
. . BV 4 ai«! 


"CAFE" 
$300 DOWN 

FULL PRICE 
$2150 


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naa, aa^^a a ■ •* i*- ,. ' 

kanttaii A, to*^<e Am> to Mat* 
praara BV kWt a B$ Van^ 

lk«>->iaaa i *iii ktov;*toa a( V**-<**t 


MODERN 

FAIRFIELD 

DUPLEX 


FAIRFIELD brand ne 
PROPERTIES 
NEEDED NOW 

Alf Types of Homes ^ 

ond Revenue Property CAipcict r\ 

large or small V tto^. TT. 

GIVE ME A CALL C;-. — „ 

« ^-M^r-ricii^^RTr^i- r-r.-rr*.. 


equity too BIG> 

■ a • -m •*, k( *.. •* a*(*a 

.• mrn» a ' *«i a * 4ta* aai 
to I V at* aa* if'irto war — 

• "i . a. i;— tot' ato aa* 

aa-a ^ -a toa .aa*'' '• > to ^**aa 

• n i-t j»..4 . a>r-aa«r •'* .* »** 

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a.VVlIV t.s’kt to kaaa a* 

■* t - *‘a 1 ■« 


'T-.'IT CEDAR HILL 

5 BEDROOMS LANGFORD & '' 

2 1! •• . a uy-MNVjr\.yntL/r m 

M <Mt MW flaa,* PC aa*a i.ta rai «•* 

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ur Work 

Us Busy. 
If You're 
If Home 

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MEARS & WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 


ai<a 41 aaa pnm Ta t** 
pMa*a .a;i PUXAMMB Mr>»- 
enr ev I rtai to by i Tta 


"HIGH LOCATION" 

•at at Paar Tarr.l* I ka*- 
rtmm aaatr iTail titMt* 
raaaa •!!• firaplara itai*a 
a •• alartMa aitrtoa aa* 


tARLY possession 

aaapMB raato I aaaarar# *""ariaiia *iaa* aaWtoto ima 
pa, BBta,* Ttoal '*•—« ra a 'tar i.*r, lai i to a < *< *i*k 

(,ll par «=Aa*a frta*a ».jto ^a a**ai at inn miiif raa rmy. 
to •lautoataa CX 7 A/$ "**“ '* *"4 imatto. 

n.ll totra toOdUU “to to atarato* han JTalC 

kttk ta««, B B YWmiur ‘”***'*'* 

fWtota BY » 4T4I to BV 1 IM 

raairai tort a«* l*M aiaar.aja 


•SIOOOCASH" 


»itto •«>* 4.^ to n aaato araa *m«. 
- Mi-kto Tka Wm pa,toM « 

i," $10,500 


Ma«a at rapBatarto 4-to* a ‘R4» KRMMOWB »0 (ar, m M B f iaaii»ata to ta 

aatora* •toatoma r-,.l .*atokt “to.’iti ’’tT ^12 ^ BV i MM to BY MM 

“:T7.:J“ $11^ RriV.iTJfiVoT'ti:, $2300 Down 

atriiMaa i* a^l Orb* w apr*i*xrm irmiwri to L/UWri 


BRAND NEW, VACANT 


FOB n«B •«? BOMM 
IM OAB BAT AVBMT*B 


Ca': OOBM Al'AMA 
rr I rtai ar OB •-im 


APrUAXCBe MBBIMi TO 
etr «<F Mnv>«e«r»Fnao 
aa aa*r tar** ecOC/V 


Or Offer 


- "ACT NOW’ 


Tku BM* to Ito aaa rat «*a 

rr ym., ari kOW War>ataA« 
paania* raMna* *lat<rir kito 


rtoa l4aM :itM*a raato *f- 

usrir -ARMY, navy or 

iNVEroRs- 

f’r Oftara to»i«a* J* , ^ 

ewi r 1 1 K/vY * 

pn/a >li,aUU aaktaiBk itotowi 

VBMA mrm ev » rtai Okk*r •*# i* a m 


liaavr; e^t. k Vfc K* Jr STTr,::! 

MW earo* rr$*T4i ::i:z 

MY NAVY OR c2*Ttoa /arnaa y?;2P^ 


Vbma w 

•k»IM»a 


3 BFbROOM RANCHER 

V«i- aitrartit* i*aa*r*- at a 
aMa iraa* lai •■(• ca aa»ry awr- 
rtoaa*«aa* Ttora m a ta>r* I> 
II IB kith II ti *lak ••«*■*• 


a • *- .» iH » 


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"1800 DOWN" 
"4V2% 
MORTGAGE" 

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$ 1 500 r; 'Jx-:-;: * '> ’so 'i ' 2 beechwooo" 

toaaaiaaa k.*k pant A., .a a<^ - t«- i TrWpkatoa fa* appa»"to«kr 

1 a.a|wa. rm*, Aar tkttoaAtaia a* tofTaan *• t.f*a» kM I ka*. 

rkatotfto F*i1 tova II Mt ta itoHaa F Om*k I aaai aaa , |. raato »- 1 

MM AtMatto' A- 44 tie Mk aaka IM FIT . iS> 


listings WANTED 


^ a-r^i- « to* 1* 1 

to.|, — , i ■ -« tarto , a a 


TYl-i * tto *•■' a* 'to toa'Aa* ll ' 

Pto. ara lamikf J.l**" L. 'f' 

•aa* ,nak mm 'hv Tk- ‘ ‘ 


f*,l MM PIMPWOM 
BY 4-nai to BY k-iiai 


•aa ia>* oaaa J.atoraato i 
• aktkiBk itoi*#ata,»it ^ 
Okkkr kiia a a kattoar 
AAt toaparkiaa* tkia ktottr r 

mms kaw B*a*a l«aat fat a 

toiMtaa Ito 41 M4 *••• 

•a* 444 itr kMtotk Aar Taa 

•aariMitoaial* • faara aa* aara 
•I • all ra«ra Tto -a al ’•>’* 

• $4700 

Ckil FAT MOBFWt *2^ 

rv 4 Aaka at BY 4 4T41 yzL 

Cam Ito itoafkt Ito taAB ar 
tra«a a* a )M TTL 


SEA VIEWS 
UNSURPASSED 

High Locotion. Near 
BeocH 

Tk* ••0 ka aaitokaa* aiia im 
aaratotokAi aiaw BkAkia aM 
• ai'»a kCtara* ta itoa ktaM-aato 
A ttrar* im-Waal katot am 
•aanaa raaplttiato Waaia* « a 
•atori taaiBatotiai araa ftaa# m 
?* 2 L*. 'rtaMtoUlto* Tkk 

t 4ia faat af kitaa %»mm m pia*- 


!. S:^* ’^WILLING VENDOR 

7 n?cn Tkta Miila kr i mt iak< 

$ 835 U *>'* "* wnnBB*i *M 


'SNAP— $500 DOWN' 


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aai't* «• •*• to.i -aaiai .n, -v 
C«aa tto a. .aavakto"** * »'* *'■ 
kaa' au. alp BaAA toiir aat >aa 
ka/xtaaaa ii«'A* raiaa 1 ,;-ha« aa* 
kataitoto Fi’ t iaiaaiaat atrk 

laaB W i lariMitot 

ACT NOW 

ar '* 114 wa to«toa •****•■ 
r Wa;*- vtaat ev a Mtf al- 
Baa B> >-|i«T 

weerBBY MnwBe ltti 


viATWI*T>-f -• *4* : ruTJM itT 
VKl'iBIA iTU , 


NIGHT CLUB 


Wt «nar rat tala •«< uOtr i 
tkia k*k laraiaa 'Bk* • -k 
Mar* II A' ka«a-a taa apr— ' * 
"laitf im araaA Itota iKit (»■• 

tokIH Aaa-aaa* aato*»tf '<'* 

l>Ar prtariM ••* ra«iu !«.. 

Mt arakattot lltflA • a • a 


■KAca to/MK rB»a>F?/Tnrs 

Pl -rFHAHYi, TMK'* Cl 
Ml tnpLB umwe 1 

ItoBi tout, to r«*<ln <H ruto rtotork 
T<aw jriiptoti » pMiaB to Nat Uw 
W $1 Btatotor 'irtot 

Maw toWanHBk thaw amianB p* M 

Fa >u«* 

HkrtTlPLK UBTtBU Bt-BRAH . 
UM M*M Wratl *V >?»» 

IJ^W1TH~AAA.YH11 BKAI.TTVjB 

Mr aaura.m awtwa Hr itocK 
awnt i.Rauak. }«w 

lAt Hm HrH 4T>B KAI.K 

4 BBTROrBIP 


OAK BAY 

Home Wijh Chorocter 


Btokk toBtattol e4«iAn arar-.a kto««u. 

njH a'l/a BW,JVA/ 'ato Wlatoa ktotaa >a HttnWrtoaia 

W Htrk* BY l-ltat aaatiata kat.t* Ar* toaa ra*ar.#*ia* Tto'a 

MOtet.lTft IlffAl.TT L1& I fr*f ^ ftl 

CLARKE Ir. 

aa* tia^ n-toart aial tailto Tk.t, 
**,Aitaa-r- •••*>• itoatoMi 4aai m- Itir-- . 

\A/Al 1 At F “Airra -.to-B »•* a •-*►• / rlya; 

vvrvi_i_y-vv«c t.^* r, eino/w' 

nil MtA«,a *VI4Tk4 M* r»iira.«.to. $12,200 

SECLUSION * lit ' : ... ' toiw^?!ii t *.■** j 

5 Vi% EASY PMTS. PRETTIEST ON '' 


•■iratrk Mara ip tto iipa a< katMt •# raal taa »f awhlMl rk4»a»»ta»4iak itorf# 


pretty street 


Otom BBikt*Wt all 4 bi 1»aa laai attMkat kMMAlm W 4 

_ rm ml aanaa | 

A traaltokt aaaritoU to#«-pl#ai«a* 
MBA ktoka ailMMW •• • kaawii. 

FAIRFIELD 

I # A*|-\l IB.Wka^ «»l1»p rttoto 

OPAI TV tn*ll' rra a r k Btotok W a tMtHI- 

' aito 4iaH*B ratoto awtoata kHnara. 

aaa rwM aTtoktok *"Y alMitf af awtoknarMa aiaaaan< 

Ui COOK eniMWT kraakfa.i ataak Una toAA'ar ka*. 

r a a to attk a4**»ai* rttiaaia. a*- 
y-i *.**- r- I k. I ! MtM'na kktknitoto oaitHr' Dtal 

C lose I N r.-^aTTa Tia W ^ 

^ /'“ITV rtoaata aa* kaiFriai YUk af —a I 

I I Pall hlalt kaaatoaat. airmitkaa'ir , 

OMar t.« tutaar h,*ka ai.k rtaala *•'••• **fl-Hrtiakto r*toa*> imm 


Tkta Muu M l af pAMtikta 
auk <(* wnniBM *i*:ic* 
fall BABBMtMT > to*i — >* 

•M ervcco mantor u taa I 
aala Al Ito a>*Ftt tattoA' 
An* prtra* tar totirl Artim 
Wilt MM aa«) .a 'hit 

FAVCMIABLI rUMATB* Ca'I 
fiKal Narvay BY A n41 at 
rv 4 AMA tka loS .FTka 

1 „ . $n, 2 oo 


•to* har watoia r«n,astotoaa aa* 
f'lUtol akmmmi mt a tokaainaatol 
, Tka .awar laaai laaiaraa 
ta BtikiiM iltiap raato kiik Dra. 
FMr* taatof tita«ia« toup mm^ 
?r***?!. *y*. martia •.um* m 
•ta 'Wa katortot aM 4-aaa Uik. 


•ta 'Wa katortoa MM 4 m* 

l*aa* 4 r» kvaaaMto ••* Uaar Irfal tm'ata rat 

MM^t Oaaato D»»F*afa am 


BaiatWa araa 


4-fik kttoaalaa *apa'*'* M 


••• h^'totoa a>j'ntot'i* all kaai* 
'M* klAai Tkata it a awatoarC 


tat* aa Wamal e*7/SA awtrr* ktokaa ak* rar. 

p* II aat *••• >4JUU f?T* Fa'kla* lar a anak* 

TBn rHABTriB * ^ •'*" '• awiat***. 

bTi-^ to BY4WT4I Sf.t’m '»* 


$16,500 

•m". Ik katot M to, «*•* ,M*rt. 
I ^ aiB* ha r-ttoWata* aa aan U 
I ihr aawk pATaaaki HtBaa *A 7 

«i.mi. to tffii 


S 3 ; 1 "AS FRESH AS SPRING p|JLL 

VALUE I New Year's Gift 

S: I ii&'T;: r iSs*’?; --“i.tsT;;’ .£r 

tUk 1 katk to* «AfT ai: •**’ (■ ktn*m tWktMt 'ka toana talaMa Bl''ia i»* mm toBkW a'raat aaiiHM 

• 9*V I fMI n Ma'U kaaia* I* »a- aaB a«r#n* Owimb ar*a i, totl ■# wa*ar» rBUrtvl 

^ - 1 »•"' "*• '• *>'• ml"*'** W«a^ ?,*■**!- ***'-P* .?r? 

t af t*A I ^ Ito ttota tot VtUItt M B«M atato* T*a •wa Utikp ranto-ptoMBa rato*i 


■i. ..aiM M, toairakto kHk BMMtt aina k*r HraMara bm 4 
rMi..... *« T rmi; 'kaptoa katkraato *M 1 U**- 

VT U. ll. ..r^? • rt, at mu *A»ttp flkktota* • 


REVENUE 
21% Net 
$ 12,000 Full Price 


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OAKLANDS 

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$6500 

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THE ROYAL 
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$13,700 

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REALTY 


UP CPTwaraai « 


OAK BAY 
$1500 DOWN 


par bipiOi (*<■' l«* *** ' ***p **** 

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baatipa Oppa M* fwar* tn>..,t*- kiilM laaiaAH tb4>} aa-t Rtpr t-pca «P MaAtni tlHirA 

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A*>ap nm rii ocn ■>••*• viuti mm* peg pu pmi a* lAtat 

prira wH $1 I .Y3U LMtPc (pwi;> bau* tm *4** lactuaa A 

' S'.':- $16,950 

BRAND NEW • "" 

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HIGH-TREES 


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VM PtVOMb AVIRfB fVIbPU \‘’2 

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IBK Iwrga h 4 RaAac** P>-« 

^ , ^S9950 

KitrS'"' WltW.COTTAGE " 


E>;CLUSIVE 
OAK BAY 

BORDER 

I r»--i-- it’*» tarAap. 

Laa Paan pa«»*’it 

$8500 

LAKE HILL 

DISTRICT 


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LOW DOWN PAYMENT p,« i 07 c 


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BRAND* NEW 
SPLIT LEVEL 
3 BEDROOMS 


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UkPrlt tor a.a. 

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CITY a .'>» a '•» laa, ; A-.S -4 r ran laajl. 


FAMILY OR REVENUE 

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^ $11,975 

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HIGH QUADRA AREA 
OIL H W HEAT 


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fWar, ••fH.aal RaatHg *»-•#• P ‘aa 

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l:z. $10,800 


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NEW NHA 


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a'aa ii.'a*** twl-kw* 

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rt.rwV $9950 

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$1500 DOWN 
$70 PER MONTH 


a. • *1'. $7950 THREE BEDROOMS 

Rp* Wt >*14 a-r, . . _ 


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a $10,750 

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mcCandless REALTY ^ 

*13.350 ^,R0Ckland_area _^. rockl^area 

•5X tattfr$ai L ‘ r-s; 

?^50 I : ■.. *. ■ A?i .-.ti 

AREA 


mccandless realty vr.'--::,’':..':,; 
»• b'««T rnovt RviPia ,„t ##»■« **»*• in 7 
$1800 - $1800 DOWN 

... ,► ... *"ta M>*rb r»« fV 1 *41 

Modem Fomily Home 

TRRIR im bO'R ltR.»|.aiMA . - . , 


$9650 


want p.-i, V*ar -ia4> — 1« 

>,, 1*1 R>-Y ri»* $9650 


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JUBILEE rirT/v'ii 

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r.:::r»rLrr5.o$8i50 

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$450 ^z: r'r .r 

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ELK LAKE 
SECLUSION 

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$u.500 


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^xTvZu'^' $7503 

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RV i-M* ra* ?v 4 U3I 


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B**a Mr* Raraai* ■- RV a Ipla L«e a\a-.ab— $ 1 5 950 

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; r atr. $15 475 $18,900 

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$5000 


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INVESTMENT CO Consolidated 
ltd. I , 

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tr* 14b Pan Rt 

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VICTORIA 
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ESQU IMALT m’T :'*si .-‘-•'i:’ 

southern EXPOSURE ^ $6950 

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$16,800 


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$12-950 

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$8500 

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tl igi- pp 4 Albiat ara* Tb* -at batrw. 


SWINERTONS 

IM» 

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DUPLEX 
HIGH FORT 


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raaw - iv- Kbll '%•«* -r HAb w’’P* wnaa» 4 . 


-r,;. $12,650 

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VIEW ROYAL 

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$13,500 

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$2750 DOWN 

THREE 
BEDROOMS 
OIL HEAT 

p. '..I narpaaap flapra 'praagRi 

•*• li«tPg raaw vi’P nraptera. 
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ba-B’aaW KaO blgb bb*a«lM»i. 
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4l«i4P Brap4 pp« r*apr «a wn«a 


NO STEPS -$2000 
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LANSDOWNEAREA, BV BUILDER , 

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Moplewood Distiicf 

THE 3 -R'S 

The Price Is Right 
The Hou*e Is Right 


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g.-agr II kPP Paaa 
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$10,300 

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SAANICH 
5 ACRES 

g.,*awi ’•mar’ - 

baa, (ara'r *H t* *>•> *«r>tk*- i 

b a Virr **n4 aa-r, •••apti 

1"’ $13,950 


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NO 

STEPS 

OIL HEAT : 

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a #•-»• f*'* 4 « ia.*ar*,'> *'r* 

n. ••''-« -A ”*» ara Hal **4 . 

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.L a,,, >45 000 Ta a,.-’*- *r kb', kww* H«»* OR b WBIL-mANMIO M<1f>ai« 

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O M*M* baa’IPt •Ib'm L,„ r>c L -I «r S 

$10 200 4*’*tP*4 iv"# ^ »'•» r'-aa’*-r 

• RMrV’. U Aa*MPaA t« -I:*;’ 

Cal AaPa paH*iA*aa BV I P41I rM>w* ra-*n> aaP I * = i'*’* 

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nnr A ITX A 3/N/^rS L-:* (m e I 7 


LOOK* 
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BEACH PARK 
ONLY $3000 DOWN 


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7,T‘ $15.35( 

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DD*'4 |p 4 aatai larpiw^vHP a ••wl* 


BRENTWOOD 


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KER $ STEPHENSON 
LTD 

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taa OOVfRNMBNT BTRKTr 


Brentwood Properties 

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b-m- ■»/•*'» I IW mAA/N 


2'i ACRES 
With 2-Year-Old 
HOUSE 


REVENUE 
$1800 DOWN 


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LTD BUNGALOW r"wt Brentwood Propertiei 

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hPap I lartr wArw* 4-*r Palb- AUt llO OWt-V $10 9fV^ RWaaaa, bpw# palM li Mmmi 

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laiiar PPW# $ 1 n S/VI L I ^V A fC A CN i.b*A balbrww PllP Vapkl, M4 

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OR 1 4Mb OR -.-nil BV l-Tm *at *>a«i rvitiii PXb (arw* iUIW f> oR 1 I 

OAK BAY DUPLEX ,« wroti ?? '^"whuom 

OkIR'iB Aupka* « larga Ut -Mb “HRJ r- 


BY 4 iPit *r- ' Mt*a M'la IbH *i',*r>:< 

b-wr Pta (pra* baPf i*wi ai 

Oil O Ma’kr hattiAt 

$13,500 

«'••** **t far Naan Rapa. 

’ gv 1 IMI a»a* BV1-Z13t 

JOHN GREENWOOD 

'.341 Rra*a Wraa. 


niR RAtt »r"OWMBR •V^ •* $865( 

RWaaani baw* palli li MMWtb* 4*i w*pIX 

BMtrba** nip rWwk taaap* allb Rbaa* 14* C rta’h BV I 4Hk 


L-:- \pf $I7AS0 Oil O Ma’lr hatt.at 

A#*p pa,-*a.'t ^ • r H R/VX 

ga* ' Clark IV 3 4'4k •» TVA/CV RU.wUl/ 

• -. rv * ‘vr I W(J F*'** **t far Naprr Rapa. 

■ $1500 CX>WN exclusives 

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failr 4arar*ir4 ***•• »M *U • ^ ‘ KIHA 

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HI'*— I’i'b **" $8650 *^»***!!'^_ «VL«m Nrr* a t* tpa btf .f M Pit 


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. IMHRDIATV TOMRRRIOM 


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MODERN 
RANCHER 
WITH 2' 2 ACRES 
ON SHELBOURNE 

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hawa 1* i*4)v 4 »ftr» “’•i M--' 


MXAl tppar PMt anb a t- 


BARGAIN 

$I50eDOWN 

4 f-M Uwiii !>aa«* af 4 »p3- 
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t *,r r*'r.a-a apA .-pata’a ttl*t* 

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$6350 


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EXCELLENT TERMS 


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$8650 


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2 NAVAL MEN 


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$7975 


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$6200 


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'URGENT' 

$5000 CASH 


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titaA 4«Mae raAat atauata a-i- 
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OFF PAT BAY HI-WAY 
NHA APPROVED 


$7950 


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City Cottoge 
$4950 


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(Moybc Lest) 

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NHA HOMES 


A. BERNARD 


MR NAVAL OFFICER 


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GORDON HEAD 
OVER TWO ACRES 


CHOICE LOT 


$8400 


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$1971 DOWN 

EAST OF RICHMOND 
BACK OF 

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IRa ITlM Aa? al Av«ac ini 
t HPlUaT OITB WTTirB at mf 
WtaAtiAR. al IRa aaptraiiAR at mma 
taranRat MAtR irwi iRa ftru aaR- 
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l*AA*a O O UaaKartMa a PrAtuWRal 
ratuiiaaia at lRA*raaa«Rta TMH m 
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tifirat# at Tut* u ravvaaiAV i« aWR* 
■anwata aiUi iR* AAPeufttaB 

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■a I.ARB BavNUallAR 


LraiA* 


$1500 DOWN 
Oil-O-Motic 
_ $750P 


S4500 


4«rR^ 4 ••*** 

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RAitfRfA ip 


$8750 


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$8950 

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$2800 DOWN 
$55 PER MONTH 


Lot iHtappi 

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tip 


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tRu Ra«ka Ra* waa? **rra laa'ara* 
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r*ar *' >*»* tutatr waa'Aa aa* *a> 
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ki'.RAR A’lh waay **a.n**> pMiiac 
a.aa atl-aUrtrir B*4 Raa' 4p 
f*araAi **w*r Aatl** Pratt? 
Ra.aiAAAi A«A ralAtaA ti*i*>a* 
wa.iat aaaraaw Ra* i%a rRuata 
Raata H (aM? Uitpaiaa inaMtAi 'i 
ai 't 4aAA lA ia>ittAa'iaa at ta 
•A earAf* aiiAARtRar a Raw* aiiR 
iRai »«■'* >A<*rR at aa*"'* IR4* 
?aa Alii raattAAM* >4* waataAt TAa 
att'at It a»4 ium *i*a* ta bti< aRA 
Kaaa Cttr j-wiia iirrl* Prt* 

$10,700 

Call Mr Haaett 

Douglos Howkes & Co. 

4ltA pAf BY 4 r>M ‘Baa 
IV » *4AP. 


$6850 


PRETTY 

AS A PICTURE 
' NO steps ' 


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f4aao*A t-RAVrw AwnaaM A*r»aa 
AratAraA ari iRa •aarfata *i a 
a Rawa k bt<al« a*t"<t* aa a aa<*> 
. B'raAt m a Real? traaU araa AaaA- 
t.w tai Pall Rma' ai>r a*i-a 

• R*ar« aiaa plarrAaw «i'R IT 
. Laa Aaa« AAf**al ar • i*a« M> * 

v.t::rat $i7.8so 

Mr CnaMaar 

e$ k I4PI ra* BVI-1I1B 

LAKE HILL 
: SEE 1155 UNION 

(ka R4> AiBiArA Rai alt* AW a 
tail imk I VIII ar'BRta lu >•« 
^ ta aaa ’Rw Aaii.aap’ warrA AMaaa 
taa naaa a* 4 raa PtA •* altara 
‘ PAa LK AttR riraalara 2 Mtatt 
- HOithttai Rltalta« #>IR a*Aara'* 
BlANtc 4i*a Pall Ruh Ra**w*bi 
' A|iR rawAWiai* |Hii*Ra4 RaetH 
X fWl P*at **AAra'4 ear»aa >*•# 
. atarirw ra»a* arU atRar pawa 
• •A ea AarrRat*-# >t AaairaA 
a OAAar lattiBA VtrtArw anlr raawn 

5:.rr;. $ 13,000 

* Mr tatta* 

■Vk-24PI •■ -* (MkY-2PPP 


10 MILE POINT 


pTiR eki.f 

BY tWYltB 

lift i.rvv i^tiiP 4P4irTurRT 


MrYTNtVUN *mPA<lK mt'K- 
RaAl W A A IBAR* AaaM TR piHMtttMiK. 
taw •taiAC*R parAA* U»« amatJ 
ham anrt tRaUa !!'•<•* aAR iatAia 

OR »m2* 

WILL BMU* QI'AIJTV X N 4 


CORDOVA BAY 


OAK BAY 

SUPERIOR LOCATION 
De Luxe 3-0drm RoncKer 

TRi* »*A RRwa afi*'* baat"* 

I MR n al eratiAAi litiai aa an* 
Ocar atU laaiara* AAotAa atirk 
R44Rtar* 2-aar artwwwaMauaA U- 
fi Ul Ipa AMIRI raam wanneaRt 
Ix-Raa wi'R awiHa >a|iRAAr* 
*AA'* Ur#* araAllati araa >itM>if 
U— I M* AaAlAAAt* I AatHfRAAM 
AA* art WA'tar aarw BaaaRiaAt 
Ra* tea AHMavr lAA l>iaa«B<* 
lar f«(Ar« r«WMA* t« aataipaw*** 

$21,500 


Nauaa i* Raraw? r>*w IRai arAHtara 
AM« AtRaa* Raviaa claim *«am4 iha 
atiata at Jw aRa** <aaaA*AA ata RaraRf 
lAAAlraK la «ar 4 tRaw i<t tR# aiMar- 
*i«MaA Buwrttwa rar th* taaraiar t a 
2R] Baral Tiau BaiWm •>< V>*« 
»>**t Twiaria Br atfaaA (R* HR 
«a? at PaRiaai? IBM aria? aRicR 
«a*a 'Ra Ctaaatar Aill eiatriRata >M 
•aU aaiai* awAAt 'Ra varita* artiitiaa 
tRataiA Raviaa raiarp awl? *a 'Ra 
aWtm at anar r# iraa Raa twMiaa. 

UOWKL J COrLTMOl 

BB*AA4ap. 

B* Ua U BAiMa, 

Nn eaiiaiiar 


POSSESSION NOT 
NEEDED TILL MAY 


SAN JUAN 


iUntH rVPB I RBfNKVtM 
Ram AMRW 1-wH* r»l< •* m aRAk 
raMn<*«t (At Aitiv 4paa Baa«< 
Ba: *< k4P lar waaiR •RrtMatfHi 

• tn'*r**‘ Oa iAA*r M«aA>anl 

BA4 •• A* l**A a* aa* Haa'aM *"* 
Im pit aat ■nnRi Pvil ft'ta 
kPTta A- *aaA>* ptaaaa Vtctaria 


10 Executivei' Hrfne» 

t Rat* la toattlilAl Rati i tanetae 
w aaita IrAW HP MP •* HI a^ 

Ml rRair* lMra'l*A* Pam A*'a<>« 
afcan* Mr* P»t*A*> BY (-IRJI 
K4 k-iaki A**a»t>Aa aittl **>w»»at 


nrr TBiPirr int C4 »h 

IM ppa t«t wf«tR)| TRraa aaX- 
fAM'titiaa ta''** Bataau* till 
aiaa'R T41** IlfVO C«tl fkat e# 
TRara4lp* WI-TTM r*r 
OB 1-ini Taa* H CaaMMY 
Naaia* U« 


1959 SPECIAL 


CABN POB aunjHNo unv m 

mjtVPOHD KKlRltB NtOH 
QtUtiBA IP YOU MAV8 4 LOT 
WOP BAIB CAU. HBHB HOOO' 
BOM BV : liai PS OB P-lllk 
AT MARRY PORTVI LTV 


BAX'X Vn( A RKVX.X(e 

pH.kPvirrv* 

I aw ivR'iW t<a a rta*« r Attaaa 

w aa> t»a| 4 t*lr«x Ra a 

ritaw ai'R H •M •• Hwa aat ntaai 

I* .-Ml •.*»* mf»- * -A 

•aw I aaaIB aaa*?»'*Ala Raar ta A 

(...tn . «t i*Ma« •' l.^aw'P 

TVarb* •' I>*<ciA* Haaita* R r» 
r***^ H RV 4TIH >Ra4. 

KV ISH 


CITY BROKERAGE 


WARTKD WATKRrno.XT 
Bwau wr*ae? w wCR Rtaita. 
M«"i-Aaii t'A* Paapiai Iwwta 
HtaAira Paaimiita CaM mia w*a. 

C M*a c (M*4taa>« A«*A Kv kappB 
me R*.Ht KVMUt 


FAIRFIELD 


HQHB BUtlilKRB 
Watar *Rat Fraw aaik tipaa al 
IRta RaantilAlIt itaAk Mali arra 
lat RUR WraitaR. aa taaar Ua«4 
lAt «Mm M?aI Pi mi Pwa*a 
•aU (>*A PAiRarV BV 1-111$ ataa 
BV1-I2M HaAMaaB HaaKr U4.. 
VM Pan Straat 


A>trarii*« ani'a Matna MRtAiAA 
Taa taaB Maa a*ar*t* waa*** 
aWt kiirNaa ahr aia"t« aiaa ^w 
atRpa Mihraaw tail aatawawi 
OH-O Ma'K (araa** iaie* ■# 
laRAtaaMav At4H R*aati(m tRi«a> 

$10,500 

pRaaa J ^r*aa ((?«. 

KV 2 inv 


R4\’k a nicrr ujrutiYo'VnR 


0 R McAdams Reol Esl 

IlM BBOAD BT 


Esquimolt, $1500 Down 

Oa(K«* l-raaHAB S-RalRraaw an- 

“A ' i»Ar" ■**‘•1 ’•V ill I’* 

raam I2«I4 bHrRaa nal4. aaRlry 
RM A4aaa RHRnwA* Mala naar 
Uriap 'AAW iP«tP PlirRaa Hall 


ISLAND 

$NV2irrkBurr co. ltd 


HKALKD Tr.NDKRA 


tar HiiMiaa *Ha WAaaariai aMMrait* 
iMtair (an? tm ap iRmplau at tRa 
■#?•: Oak Ciiwiiai 1— vUI ba ra- 
aairwl at iR* atfMa at iRa BaarV at 
CaiRAtA M Traawaa at Oraaiar TRiarla. 
kvn Pairtau Bs? BiaRaap ■■ Ma I. 
Baral OU BC tv ta pm NwlwktaR 
IRa IBUi at Janaarf IBM ai k 
arlarb m iR* attarRaaR BpaettwaiWMa 


Ayadaik* lar RBA raatra''* Cali 
ORaita TRaraalaa. KV T2fk r*r 
OR t-IWi Taaa aRP CaaRir? 


I,i«a - -Jl^' WHO. RJ. Y 
.am attrar^rw Rnkr Irmar. Rma 
(War M'<>*ra* a«l •iw'**arrw 4 
Ma>B?at’a Mr-ttrat KV 4 W7T aat 


RnUMRC. UYT mnM tWriKP »v 
• lab Ray. R» Virwia r*AiMla. 


2BA KlHa oeONOK TVBRAI'B 
Oac Bar Adraaiita k imh »A«eA 
laa aaaaitfvihi UiitAwapak aar«a>i 
aiTR paal a»?riMkma ua aRp 
aHMtal*ta* FMatta aAitat KV 1 4aPi 


ili.'4 Rnkr nutiMa'M rMwa 
•tv* iNAfa *tU wRma*. 'Wl' 
Hi ra ret: Mr* |4(M.ai ^2»Ml 
TRa rwt Bi.Batat* )A|4 BlARaRarA 

RRW RBrnprifS Bi'MK AITn 
Aw«a- *M Htst l aw (i m p 4n*A.« 
(arapw Wtaa aaab»4a«4 aP*' I 
a a -A Awra4at aRa? IB a Kb 
CRSPm Nr aBaUR 


Pnpl BXLB BY tYkvBK WAXint 
RH4 Warra IWWl**' * *•'* 

ala.r aianrmr RrlrRAR '«i MA* PX 

Sv » Wl 

BKRXrWiAKt IMiaiRI RoMP. nV 
M* arrr raitA- U W*W 4aaA«it 
B- •-« aM Vawi r> •aMM'^ta pa 

aaawUk n*uw RaaiiMf m-t. 


XBRIBURT AVK rnBOnVA 
d ku Sa s nrxt«l4B. It MB 


k THHOAB 

eaatptatf. 


-»■ * -i* 






B«tl« tfrtjnM. vwtwM 29 


Apartheid at Vliork 


jAMMfy t1, t9$9 


iful oj oiums, 
Negroes Get 
Dull Housing 


WINDOW lOXTpNUTO 

tat ptn M*«« m 

■ A- \ s:r,'.r7r: 


(ii hy ih« Mon«('o Nationjil Toon 
the < :! pU<cd «b* v«tu« of rw 1 
do in*! v»hJi»* It- --- «lirt !h- 
"Ul n*tk«nal i-olort of Monori!— at 
x> mtt morv titon IhOijO.Dh) 


.•»iT !>•» 
«« *m» l««w«4 


Is rti^j;rr«*>| 

muiith Aitk^ ihr 
l>U ix)urt lo ord^r 


nx*iM of tho rf>iTwimif»e 


JOllANM-MHI'Ki; AP' 


formii 


y I If*- pinii 
Ipet 

r or; A(ri««ii hoo 

£m!) *)f hu own kitrhotv 
n«om and lm]r> 'm. 

arv of hrii'K or 
>tf with Mil to inik> 
- fm of floor «pat'f In 


•-“uncil d^marvtod In 
tniti. th# rotuni of lU U.uun 
fi 

Th# • >urt poaiponoci a 
r!-::-:-. on iht < aar until iho ra 
pwia »«*tum with a Art-iaton. 


Deadly Parasite 

a. 

\t lacks Millions 


Ad*#filalng 
dttmulat^a Buying 


a<1^<*i 


- : Oi. have a tl>^ sr 

'# fWn»r in IJ.. : :»r»- A 

few havr- light* Earft 

. . ; I- hutWl 

Tt> irr «*atrnu’i<< and ran 


CLINICAL 

ANALYSIS 


I M \1. 

IMtKKsTIM 


I Iperal ion Si ilcli-Sliooter 

i^kinic 'ik»- 'Ho 'tnu- ..rt-.v 


TUES. — 7.30 P.M 

l.\T^. MODKI 

APPLIANCES 

CHEST and UPRIGHT 
DEEP-FREEZERS 
.Ai.m 

FURNISHINGS 


■••• •••»« r*»alr Mlto-»r«*«W tw 

pMr *«r taMia W rLIMAALLt aMUTCID aMry It Math* 


NATIONAL MOTORS (Victoria LN.) 

>wnho* ItrfU mg VATKH 


watrrr 


fans 


MAYNARD’S WEDNESDAY 

AUCTIONS 


Diners Exchange 
Thoughls of World 


Applian**^' >PN* !• lu r’ 

I lirtglil IWrp ►>*«»*#. Kow" 
If ( u. ht. tomb IUfns«‘«wiMr 
•nd pKrapw 3 months . 
•^larquHle ’ l.^ « u M t tw^t 
T*|"* l»e»»p f rr---lf ■ - 


. .. f|,»n , p EV-,-jtOI for fh# 

t ot== nf (tYP :tYP H C 0;;n wa wiU wU bi our 
inp ivv;.4-^t« rtf ]6bA ChandiPT St, »app Ad 
tlao foi rllPht* Ipovtng IhP -It) 

MORNING — AFTERNOON — EVENING 

CAR AUCTION 

Pri>g(p|> (Hom^ 

1953 CADILLAC SEDAN 

Magic hy* Fully ^>]uir>i<pd. • r,— i RuMtPi 

1953 PLYMOUTH CONVERTIBLE 

I T# OunPT. Ra<0o. Haotor AI Condition 

1953 CONSUL SEDAN 

Rppoppptaion Al Condition 

1951 OLDSMOBILE SEDAN 

RoHuIlt .Motor, Auto, lLadi<> 

1951 VANGUARD STATION WAGON 

Los-ply <’or>diikin. 4 Rjulio t 

'Ideal Spr-f.rd fjri 

1940 DODGE SEDAN 

Bring --rf»id In CloaiP an Eata«p 

EVENING AUCTION 

■Ml aa KP* f rubber barked plain <<nlort B I In 

'i. a ****^^ I>HP|> kprprW»r) r.iHl Oak 

II R. Huttp. simple 0»p«t nf Ilrawrix Oi'uaiunai Tahlaa. 

IHinran Wijfp h|v»p lllnette Hulle Set of («>lf 
< liilw and tort. Hollywood fWls Rntlawav and Single 
Panel Bed i »ol St>le :;~d and Coffee TahloP 
M r»pw yoNUuma. Apt '^ -e 4>rtnc flange T% Seu. Two 
; S* r/»dg*w one yellow F» _.» arwl Table Lampa, 
• «Tete Red IVa (onkeiHo SuHe. Baby Bugg>. Chmme 
• llv. rte«^ nf Braapware. 29 eu. n. f beat Phlkn Deep 
Malnaran) i awM Heber risno ami 
Hinol. VPime i «ne _-"er .'«uiie • hA Maitle A » I^n 
dot* Two B.iat-4. r and If. with Outboard MoUira 
U- ..'i** * ! • “-'"iiel OflKr* A'-“hair PUted 


mVO ■ T\ SKTS 
-H Inter NiOWet PUno' 


**WvOanla* I'” Pi*rlal4e 
• Rt A’ IT" t c*n*ole 
[1 %• ^-^-4 Retard Ptaver 
Raiho t ;r*Tihlnallo«t 

I't Matih 


Mmr Ikit 

Carries 

Rabies 


“Mr. and Mr%. ' Hetlrmmi 

Si|i|r% 

New Watchra • Rimtcubira 
lJI»rar> of RoakA 
Paintings 

Set of <(olf l'1uh% aiwl ( wji 
Small \pf>UaDrrv Kir. 
Oa Mew 4rom 9 am Moo4a> 


K) |b(« \\ ht te 
MIVrUtTIMK TII*S 




9-»« mKT STKI.f.T 


ASTHMA MUCUS 
LOOSENED 


AFTERNOON AUCTION 


weken taaid t arpeK HU tylV nibher harked. Halnul 
l.irner t -Wno t'obtoet. f;.,i Chair .SrrtKpnaJ 

Maple tbeel of Drawerw M-^lywood and 
1. Ttedk ‘Hi ifr . Hand Prmer Kawa, f.otbe 

and Small Tinda. Vaojum* • :.-;-trl'- Moiors R«>tais 
Power Mower. Knltti; \la* hir>e M • IV-:. 
lerw Bn> KerHgerated sbi.«n«.e. t ohe Mar blwe. Kltrhen 
^nk Lmi. 4 Burner Ga.^ k- ^ i.-^ (ream ( onW. BR. 

Suite*. Chrome Suitea. Floor PoU r. Table and Floor 
Ump*. Mantel Radloa, Waaher; AerordloA and Caae. 
China. <;iaM Pot* and Pan* CWxhing. 

t'ollertlen of Htanipa 


•tri'- Moiors R«>tar> 
A • M'afrhet. large 


Rl VIM.- 

IIWK \ I.OOK \T 
•»no F%IK ST 
MOW IN TOMOKKOW 

MEARS A WHYTE 

0\K H\\ KKAI TV I TO 

FKMoe }\ :k7TrT \n«(tme 
-MAS Oak Ra.t \\r. 


MORNING AUCTION 

B.\SK.>lt:.\T 


Smaller. <Httrr Type 

FAIRFIELD DDNGALOW 


MOVING IN SOON 


DOWELL’S OFFERS 


Ii*-;nu* h\ M; •. p Righ>. Lar-i iU'4 'nj i|..v fatale of 
the u*--'- I? C '«ell k-iown pir 't engineeti, 

w.t> v‘!ii offer (n a ;s.i;-Ti.-;rtb!e re erve. 

um ( H.VMU.KK 

... v.:.rp' I5eli,-T<i New Fall field Safewa> 

ATTRACTIVE FOUR-ROOM HOME 

Mmtem 0U-0-Ma(lr Heat 
<Hwtd fxM. r. eepoiate ga.-ng- Ouroid roof copper 
P»r: ‘ 

Living loom win. fuepUre. two bedroom''., bathroom, 
kllrben 

Full hTT-'-n. : ■ 

n - K.^- »l !!• - V-??— i Inrr^tirl rnof. 


YOU MORE 


Highly Inlereating 


. . oervice . 
Satisfaction 


FRIDAY AT T.30 


( hivire M'uirrn 


‘‘Accredited” Men 


-'rven year* 
•ugh to niv main four 
oU rTYst rSPfX) five 
otl. F.ighi fruit treew 


, - i- «a" r i#**-^* wi 

Irteitnr in rteed nf de< 
tein» -Sajr 
or ^Aif down and 
f'..'^u:lUatlon. 10* deiM 


“Kleen Pack 


APPLIANCES 


n 4k h- _ia lllk fo« nuh. 

If at It day* allowed for 

^It day of aale (by cheque not 


• Tested Methods 


\gent« for Allied >an line* 


. nf 1' •-OI0 Sin?,' ’. 

ON VI9.M 

Tneaday Night. 7 p.m. to • pm. 

\S edweaday. t p4n. ta ■ p.m. •'owUnnmi* 
ThNfnday. It a.m. lo sole lime (t p.m.) 

Anin^ie ond belter rla*a nMMlern furniabing*. ap|tllanrea 


Phone EV 4-7191 


KILSHAWS 

1115 FORT ST 


BtCAUtf YOU LOVI THIM 


&■ Sons 


Irnrn 


KII.'^H.AWS Amtlnneer* 


PHONF h\ « lei 

• ■ newel »-VtM 


1119 Ull \KI HT . 4H TOR14 


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Hate Hiith 


‘Frontier’ Blamed 
For B.C. Drinking 

VAMXH'VKR «rP' Bnil»h «>f Ihe AUtiholum Koundation 
i i.lumbU M « pjov ^ 


"«h«pl«>« 4 i « (I cl a 

fiiKtUer pA>rho|oKy. my* p\ 
•<'ullv^ <Jir«^*or E D M« R»e 



I alk mi I rilM** 

Prtmiiiva B«n>«> crllw a-.tl 
litp m their riamnunm. «(li 
ili .ed i‘\ (Kfoid fill 

Ycr.itv fiadiMif iiuy Arn td 
a* • m»-eUi 'if the M»^!! * 
«"«»'• Jan 1 ** »t 
pm the Fn.i^ 
iJiitel ’•» 

the r 

Ihe at Z-lii pm th*" 

dav 


f ^eek Hnthe 


AikI pmhabl\ Ituil la 'he rea 

hiKheai peit-emane of alru 
hoUr* of any In Tanada 

"We don't knie* foe auie 
heiaiiee «e donl have tha 
munev to do re*eairh ' Mr M* 
Kae uMt in an Interview. 
‘Hrmevet we think II la be 
\ati«e <>r the Irunlier payihol 
oit> much Ihe ume ihinf 
lliai developa dmint a war 
"Hi" doe*n'l have \ei> 
mans people who are ac 
tualiv nailve* of the piovltxe " 
he <aHt ‘We have a laife 
number of whai we oilthi «-a|) 
dtaplac'ed peiiple who have 
torn up their ronta lo nwive 
here |>.e> itnn'l fate Ihe cwi 
ifoi* thev did before and man> 
lend in nin around and ditnk 
a ioi ' 

Mr Ml Rae *aid Ihia prob 
abi> evplaln* whv Ihe pmv 
ime al<M) haa Ihe hieheal rate* 
In *ut'h ihinc* aa divorre 
lUe(ltlma and --.trlrtea 
Ida t-ommenia followed re 
|e-«e ToeKitav nf ataUaiifa 

frtim the Alc*«hn]um Reaeaivh 
Foimdanon fn Torofiio, Thev 
•bowed i'anada a alcohofiam 
rale ha* riaen to almoai two 
p.=i tent for each IHO popuia 
lp‘** itmt that the hlfbeat ratio 
aiill I* in B.(' 

The flfiitea ahow Bi’ ‘"-'I 
1^' ab'ohohr* t o i ea^ h 
It ••■■I i-..p»ilatl ■ t-ser JO 
S'* '• .if aae Thi* lompaie. 
with i.IVi tor Vuehae ar>d 
.'!*’'0 (oi Onlaito 


Bribe Claim Faces 
Edmonton Leaders 


KnMl>N TON -T' A 
• '«e .that ‘it:**-' eni 

pi-.>r^< aiij offv'il*' of 'he 
cii> if Wnvc'--* - : t - i- 

t. .•»«d T -tlesl bii’ — ‘ a= 

made la»i week hefore a i\ 
ri j »mminee of -t -. •u..: il 

w) -Ip • ■- *11 ■* c' ai=i • 

; - -»f I .s - maladmi ■>;>• 

ts 

The hrihetv . . = £e wa« 

re • i« ‘" fr“^' y I nk 

[>u;«f ! iaW>*^i for v»l I*. 

w^_-. hrmich' •*“ Ji the ii> 
veailcaM.i.. The lest.; le 

,.oe«i*-- an *rve*li^. " of 

III) affm* the Ai' 
go oepartm 

The •..-nmii'ee r- . d 
p,.».u- Vkr:.. •** 

^ Ml DUi. • 

•he nf'” of M-»'. N^*fh' 

Hawrei*V 4011 . ;,a.l T AI '"" 


SiineMtrs 

¥ 

Sworn In 

V. • 

am-'-'f 1*^ ’• ■ •*' • ■- 

Wf-, . *4 -.i no ; If I • 

ai : il ---i i! i‘ - . -i- i "f t^-' 

C'cMporalli ;c of U^nd ve» 

m* nf Hi' 

Li : il — u' ts lo re-' 'ive • ■ ■ " 

mi r- • r H H r 
J • r - A *' Bndjfe *od 

K V> A;.:;. A* 

M'Hae W 4 * i . ted pie*xk- M 

«f -r- ■■■ w Pa 

: e pre ^ H 

R«k *'• -t „( S* - . 

i: - • - •- lie i; • 

A'- 1 t B«- -.t::...-. 

et*i I R D H 

Ri ' - <1 Has K inman 

Argv le to Speak 
On Bii^>ian \ i>it 


(nan [iwtaM Bowen iw art un 
M. .-ommiitee Mi Dunne 
* :wl they wrr* in Ihe pcwiOon 
of "luitfinf then own ra«e 

AtdriTnan Bowen aaid the 
••ommniee wimW recommend 
lo munni that information It 
r«h*eived be Uimed over to the 
attorney jer-Tal'a department. 

The letier from Mr Dunne 
-^id the peiitioner* do nor 
want to luio over their Infor* 
mall--- to ibe committee bul 
ihey aie prepared lo place H 
»r the hand* of ihe ailorney 
'••nertl 


CLEARLY 

INFORMED! 

CJVI 

MONDAY, Jan. 12 
10.15 p.m. 



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“ ‘ • film - n»s 

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la la« Augu*( 

Whr:e i.s 

pa.' 

Mosrtvw : — 

•'■rei. a*lfnn 


‘The p" ed 

HELP BOWELS 

Puns in Side 1 Stomach 

caiiiH Nanw«*i KritaiiMt af 
la* caiar. » |*re wimimi i» 
im ■■■il (« wit*' IMS M 

■■eta* Mia« *a i> 4 * «••• 

V*fm. biliaxaMi. w*r*«<i*B**> u« 
ai**<h Dwwa#»« aNtfia# m4 _ 

a MMe iM ^9 U ••k mUm ff«a 

a»*iii« e^iaarr i(«<aMh wMi 

iiae *wit Mia ■*ca Yaa iMirr a*«a 
KOUilM enWMM **«*a ewk <kr«* 
la rvlat iaa«» i«tMiiiw waatlM 
•Mia* WK* wa*** aM*aar*a«« tn* lawi 
M*aur h I* aM » i*t£"^ aiM **ft* ta 
■«ra Mtvr* tWa I •«ll*t ttfiaik*- 

■aaeitl i. naa KotAOC eoWMftt a*i. 
er*<**s^ ■■#■•**•«« M •H 


THE HON. 

R. W, BONNER. Q.C. 

AMornev cieneral and 
MlPDier of !ndu*irlat 
fie-.. lopmeni. Tiade 

• nd r'ofnmeiee 

Will Mpeak on 

“THE 
OUTLOOK 
FOR 1959 ” 

• 

SOCIAL CREDIT 
KEEPS YOU 
INFORMED 


Rrttkvh Columbia 
HorUI Credit l^rafcur 


SALESMEN WANTED 

y rnpre^a M'.;—. require* rai *ale- 4 nen. mu«»' be 
exi-efteix-eed -~:aff benefila inrludlni M A . Uroup 
life, and Sirkne** aivd Arndem 

AppI' f‘*ed t*ar tVparimeni 

empress motors ltd. 


t^ntismc; t)an (lampaun 

•-••V •f.'T' 


DIAL EV 5-131 1 

Storewide Savings of 20% to 

. .4 .J" . . 1 ST’ . XX * A 

Et tJlO iBi ^ 


Store Houra; MniidaT Tbrmifh ^turdaTl 
9 a m. to .V .10 p.m. 

0 )>ea Krida): B &.m. to 9 p.m. 


50% Monday 


BAY’S 









¥ 

★ All Items Reduced 20% to 50% from Regular Slock 

★ Personal Shopping Only, Please— Because of Limited 
Quantities, Broken Color and Size Ranges We Can- 
not Accept Phone, Mail or C.O.D. Orders 


★ Every Item Carries the Famous HBC Guarantee of 
Satisfaction 

★ Shop the Convenient Way with a Bay Charge Account 
or Other Credit Services Available at the Bay 


HOUSEWARES, lower main 

a«r wrto xi *xmm*l* ul « . .;njd»lr art of ha> 
wU in a *mwrf imiUlMMi kwihor •••♦ L^n* apm-n 
•nd f«k. mew*urm< ii*drr o|»*i.^i and 

•*i*w ail wllh black plaolir handiM and 
ctiromo ahankt Kofular 7 9 % Hpp. tol, **4 * 

1^ Tray JMd Four raitainolar lap V*t 

^ilh flioiNtur^ flnish snd wiWIif# 

Milam* Ideal for anlariainmi or for famU> 1 •* 
Mippar* Rafular ISO HpatUI. vai I 

AkMs TwwTray baom* AaU. 1 •• 

Rat ular I Jkpa. tol. wi 1 

4 MiMar Mate Sturdv runalrui'tMsn and b*kr*d 
aijmal hni*h will fiva >aar« of w'; ' ^ 

SH 4 .vntaina fkiui aufar ■'offaa and lf» w '•« 
valhvw rui*|uoua and whiia 

Mparlol. «a« »J 

Brmd All matal fmi*bad w|lh • fiM»n»a 

■nd anamaf In m«rh cam a i a i aa«* Pink 0 #» 
valk*w lurquolaa and whlla MparloL aorh 

PlaUlr (tothaw Nampar I’nbtaokahla pohalhvh-t'a 
pla*!* hampar Larfa •tora*a rapariu, ^’ornplmah 
wa.hahla. and ainight for odor ronlml 

R»C 9» Mpartel, awh 

BMdla*' Hampar* — Idml for tha rhlldi^ • loom 
Wwkar hark ror»*inKiWKi with hard pla»ttr fini* • 
pamraiad with piriura* nf toy* 

Mparlnl. anrk *-A 

Ml BAT tOMPA.VT. hm**awnra«. 

lowar maHi 


SPORTING GOODS, lower mam 

( vrla Ban I-aalharaita eyh bag* wUl 
,lirb..V^ anv teddla 6 Urk only (^a 

Maae-lnL awrh v 


Mpae-lnL 


RMftttag Jm-kate Mada af utrong durahk ‘anvM 
with martr poeheta-ona of which la P***'**'B'^ 
■nd haa a Ktppar rloaura Cartndga Hipa in QPP 
atda porkata Regular U BS Mpartel. am-h 
< mHUtM Bmam- Choo*r from a wida **^»oo of 

Vanatv ^vinra and Hora MacDonald 
raduewd pricaa Regular 2 4 h ami up . 1 ** 

Apartel. awrh 1 

4 urllM Hi*aa faiH Prptact vour knaaa with ”"a 
nf (ha*a *ofl falf knaa jMda A<j»u#iabla lo hi jaalW 
and hoM aaruralv in place RagyUr I W QQ* 

Mpactaf. aorh *T*r 

Ht IPMlN-% BA 1 ttyMrANT. aportlMg g*«diK 

tewar mala 


HOSIERY AND GLOVES, main 
rs.^7^ 

^Iv 1 Warm wi«l 'aoma with damrai^um. i^i 
iraluva ahada* of pink, brown, rad and hiua QQa 
Slrat amall medium. Urge Mpa«kd pair *f*/ 

Wf»l iMlppar Horka An ideal winter Jlppai kaaj^ 
vour whole fool and ankle 

gaily dacoraiad wool up»ra Blue v^low OQ* 
and rad SmaU. medium, larfa Mpartel. pair 


r«d«nn Ankle Aorka Snoary whJia, rolleulf ^hla 
•mka with nvlon added for a*tta atrangih Th^ 

pair to a pa‘*kaga Siraa 10 1 '* * *2 

Mparlal. parkaga te 


rotum Itela H.we Bitllahmada hra^tqualHv 1 ^. 
parfaci for ihe*a roW wlnlar d^a Buy 
,M. W~ p.K^ RMuUr .1 lor 

P 1 r*l UwalMv M».*a .^>ma 'nama" branda in a«»M’ 
mant f>w. kagwl .1 U. a pa- k m callophana >e- - 
fraa or full faahloned lo chooaa from in 
•hadaa of beiga Sire* «'i to 11 Mparial. park te 

MwlaBtaadanl Ho*a Broken «ixaa and atyla a*Min 
mant. each pair packaged in relkvphana Seamfraa 
or full faahlonad. In altedaa of beige O • I 
Blyaa tS to 11 Hpactel. te for 1 

HI IViONH BAY 4 'OMrANV. boaiary. mala 

DRESS ACCESSORIES, mam 

lewlhar Handbaga (>nuina leather handhaga in 
a**ortad fiyle* and colora to *uM every Uita and 
raquiramam Two prica grouM «<» 
wick, brown and faahkm paatal* OPP » 7 *P 
Regular 7 » lo U *5 Mpartal. ea< k O aad I 

Mlk Mataaraa Lovely, pure *ilk aguarea to wrar 
mar Vour hair or wrap r^ly arwM your ^k. 
Aaaoned coloifu! prtnta ReguUr 79 r frQ# 

•Aparlal. each Oif 

tMUm BkHim* Sanfoiued lOtlon bkm*ea In 
tiaeva Myle* perfect for wearing al home HH 
blue and white Sirea »malL medium, Uiga AQe 

taperlal. aark 

4 Bvual BI*Hi*e* -‘<hon *leeva bkmaea lo wear ur.J^ 
vour auil or laam with vour favortte *klii At.-unr<i 
JtvU in drtpdn Of *»rtplined Z****^. •« 
aa«v rare Aitractlva prinla or plain white 1 PP 

.m/M 14 to aa ■ 

IMeaa Blnaii and demrafiva biwaaa in 

add a louch of elegance lo your auit or *klrta A 
™mbar^ alylaa m chooa# fn>m one to aolt averv 
taata Wonderful drtp 4 ry fahrica In while O** 
only Si*** Hpertal. am*b O 

Uinniutrd leallwr Handbag* Flratqualitv hand 
aaaonad atylea i moat with double Kan^e. 
BUck and brymm. ReguUr 2 ^ 

PUatIc Handbag* An aaralleni aaUct^ of fir^' 
quality, atmulated leather han dhaga BU*-fc. 1 *• 
brown and tan. ReguUr ST "pertal. e«^i I 

Mt DMON 7 * BAY 4 t)MPANY. dr*** areeaaorW. maU 


COSMETICS, main 

^mrMa f^Ugn~ Clearance of cologne In aMrariive 
PflC. ^tlea rragrarK^ea of Spke ‘n Ice. iod 

Fmat> Mitt and On Ihe Wind PperUL each ‘t*^ 

HI DAON'B BAY COWrANY. M*me 4 lra. mat* 


MEN’S TWO-PANT SUITS 

Men. here w a huv you .-♦.•-•l allnid K* 
mi*s a iwr.pMm *uil at a real ..avihg 
Single breaRled. iwobuilMO ownIcIk wllh flap 
^k.-*s fully lined V_at. and iwi> pa" 
pleated pant* Allra. 1 lve ahade* of hriwvn 
g;r% blue and '‘hen'oai in Melbouine fla'- 
and |iev«n*hlit‘ v._; irda Hrokr:. 
range Inmi V. »4 with --=~^ -.' ..ii . ... 
tall n...leU IlcHr, r.ihrf the O C ** 
evi,- |»air mean* dnihlr the ^ 

UJ a 

Ht IMMIN S BA> t OMI’AST . 

ntrn’* • PMhlnc. nsalM 


MEN’S FURNISHINGS, main 

AIIMiad ^arte* Mn- , w.ail '*» 

KngUndi in “ar at half i«ne A" li - . 

RegiiUi i-«. ... q?re «>*» 

Hpr«-lai. ea« b *»•* W, te 

W 4 ret«bv Ankle *aa^k* Nvkm * 11 .-: .::% i. - • 
wearing ea*v --.. '- t**i A**»vHed <olo,* and im' 

letn* IHve *«re fn* HHJ . O !“»' 9 ^* 

neguJe. 1 pel pan >pe. Ul. •J *•** ^ 

Itrea* Whirl* Owi-r..^ of men * g.»*t ijujlliv d= ^ ~ 
*hirt* al half pTW F.shuined Mllh fuved ...lU* a.jd 
»mg!e and Frei . r * uff* While oidv An r'.rrUenl 
huv hardwea.; „ evervrta' ‘ •m* i-> : ”» 

.7 1/2 Price and Les* 

HI I>W 4 >S‘H BAA tOMPAM. me*,* furaUhlng*. 

RkaU 


BOYS’ WEAR, main 


pnpHa 4 ar 4 oat* An excellent value hov»' '^r 
i-oai* ftetachable fur trimmed hiaal •lUilMmed. 
•hower repellent, wllh ttppei and toggle . loaing, 
and two urge poi ket* A wonderful •vial to keen 
yon warm and vo*y lhe*e mW winter d* 'jv, 
and red N m 1 * ReguUr 12 *T. *- 4 P 

Wpe*-kU. e«-b I 

Bmv*' wbldama* Ski«ivle paj — .•> ir. fine -^d 
ml ton with «rew neik and U'/ lee\.- A warm 
and .-omfonahle «rtvle in aervu^hle • =- « ‘tu'’ 
toned' I'rrev navy and wine arruill 1 p» 

med' ;m Urge S m wp»*^UI. M»r ■ 

Ml l>H 4 l\‘H BAA 4 0 MTANA. bnv* wear. maU 

SMOKERS’ SUPPLIES, main 

Mmtdrte* ‘-igareile hnv" , 'l***’*‘ 

Kavworalie* BHH rii • t-.Lei lljhler* 'R” 
?h«io RoUK.i el. ■ table Uj- - ' . j ’JT™.' 
and -*e* RegtiUi pr: - lahg.T-i: W_ QUCf 

Itt»m I"” to J 1 'I'v A*w»r rb»,k^ for 

HI I»W 0 > H BAA 4 0 MIVANA. *i**Aeni' Mip|dle*. 

r*tala 

NOTIONS AND WOOL, main 

Bab* AAool Three piv liW'' pme babv w.a.l of he^ 
.-s.-.iinX re*ss* .■liriU'' -nd ^•"•d 

yard- 4 -:- Blue pink W'hlie 

Re»,-= .i wpclal. ball OO 

Ibiilntent* V-? -..' IV|*-- and r-I ' 
eni qus.itv Wfxd, blei«li ai«f •>•nl^-l!■ 1 

ReguUr i*.- ro Ul. «»a. 1 *J 

gbopplng Bag* y Mviriene -V.I,png bM* 
Urge * 11 # and very alrwig While hUck. 
red vellow and hliie Reg $1 Sm* UJ. em b CH-l 
IrnnUg BiMird Hete Tufflex thw: buoyant ^d. 

and *il..-if.r •wwvh r. -itiani' treated. U.-e «l»re 
rmei :-'.** aiandaid hoard* ReguUr 219 Y 4 P 

Spe, lal. ea. h 1 

IbmHng Hb«w Bag* Ai U*i' A bag Hwt vvdl h..ld 
anv -.re *hoe and eivk* as well'. .Nvloi' wjijj pU: 
ikr---d 1 ! for strength ar»d waterproofing Ir- 
ian ■ - blue, al*«» gay wool *- = 1 •• 

Regular 2 m Hf,« Ul. ea« b i 

l.amMUit Bag* ‘ return* di mi.ti., 

ued IP.. - ^Hh slight n - - oih« ; In ^ 

r.nndilloti All -l-. ReguUr arxl molhp :- t • i- 

; Save at least $l 

HI I»W 4 )N‘M BAY 4 4 AMPANA. 
n„tbM.* amt wrad. oMla 


4 q*. MperUI. 


STATIONERY, main 

r ,%.r ; 

t;irl r.iiide fnartes 4 . 1 i HS* 

wpeiUl. ear b I I b* 

l^ikr -i .:.::ttil of .alendai* i.siii.u.^ ■•narlive 


a.eru- pPUne* Half prwe * 14 ^*.. fi 4 ^ 

Kperlal. ewb *>^ *0 ATY 

Bi.ved wtatPinery Ah ideal Vale^lnr Dav gift 
Altra>-live assotlmeni of fa:..v ar*d 

ataltongiv R(*fuUr 47 c in 2^47 OFF! 

4 brUliiM* 4 ante Rematr>der of ;T _1 

•Alld park* hv Cmiil* RUBt.Talt |/_ pDiriTI 
Regular «b. to I 7 % Hpe,UI. H riMVi:.. 

AArMIng Tads 'i” *l«eel.- of «tu*hl\ WMling 
per "'"b up now at thi* O *}Q* 

Social '> 

HI irwO'H BAA tmif.ANA. *talbM»ery. tttalA 


CAMERAS, main 


Argw* -WkAAall rroJe,lor* 4 irv .. til • - 

*emtauiomalP* changer, .IBalKle maga/ine gQ»» 
ReguUr IW« 2 onlv Haeclal. each ‘**/ 

B^kway ■TMce,l Readbig'* I.Uhl Meier Fj«»V Irv 

read no complicated setting* 2 only Q***' 

ReguUr l!l 9 Pi Apr.UI, em h */ 

KB Pbobr lteveUptag KM* All you heed lo develop 
and pfint your (»wn pPture* Kit Irvludc' rk^velui ■. 
rievet^ng tanka, printing irayr. and pnni It'-' *" 
film clip*, cUrkr.a>m hulha aitd insirurilon 0 #a 
honk* ReguUr U 90 HpecUI. each O 

Pbnte nip Album Store your favome bla. k an .1 
while fd rt»lor pfini* in ihi* >ri album ilnid* 

•4 pkiute* ReguUr 173 Q|Jd 

Hpet lal. each •JCr 

MoMINe kVxIMe I IJgM Bar .Slurdv *lre| -.T.r.rU... 
non I 2 k lift cMen*ion imd (’(vmpleie with \aii 
able '-“It. he* 1 onlv Regular 19 A-. 19 ** 

*ipe«-lal. ea< b I « 

KegiiU .T 3 mm camera *'*9 lei— •elfllrm-i-, sjwri-; 
1 aei^nd to D-Yaah .“lyixhM.nired for fa-' 

Ca*e extra RegiilsT 19 0 *. 99 ** 

H|w. Ul 

HI IkaOX’M BAY (OMrA.M. ramerm auppMea. mala 


WOMEN’S COATS, second 

4 oal 4 Varam*> Mosthr one of a kind All are lined 
Mid . fn: »ira AsroHh ^ 10 

In lb ReguUl 4AU-. |o r» 9 f. *>qHa 9 Q** 

Hpe< 4 aL aad *I*J 

Stidlan 4 iHiis 'UxMiati crafi coaia thandwmven. all* 

IM dl new sivlea ar*d ducootinued color*. 
Lined and inu . ;;:>ed Moaily one of a kind. 

K.. ReguU. '.*» • Special »>*' 

Fur Fabrb Jmket* and 4 uaU Beautiful and warm 
I'll lat.ii. 77 - «* to one third off All one of 

a kind - ..ke., . Ai,d atu :rnge B*YO 

ReguUr 49*A t«> SpeclaL each lo 

HI IP* 4 >S*H BAA tOMTANA. <wala and *«M*, 

faabloa floor. Sad 

SPORTSWEAR, second 

Tartwn siitm Jlrm ami siwb* All odd"^='‘- 
mi''i| 5 _xl ' -jII • C*® 

oi.'v Regiilr L»“^ Spr, Ul. each C’ 

Piqiha 4 ar 4 oal* W*< -. pid' limng attia a 
I v;.._!i •i-’e* •- I in to lb' oak 

spet'Ui. ea. b O 

4 ar 4 »uil* • ■ -t novel*, rpdb coal* w'lh 

heovv pile lii ng **ome ha'.r ‘v*k|* Ik^e^. *!ze 
aM ..-5 ta:.=r p.-.dar I 2 ‘« m g |7 • 9 i! 

Mpr«tal. I I to —Ty 

Hklrt*. Slim llm« aad BkHwe* Ntany attractive 
•I' le« ■ ihi* *1 - - -j 1 a--.:.:tmenl Broken color J^d 

:: .... ,.n. 4 . o„l, PRICE! 

Tv»f* Plet-e I o-ordinale* !>« -- and filled )*ckeis 
ns. »Ilm ■Kinx make u|> iheae attractive c«Mwd>" 
aie“ Regular lav* ro *11 * 1 Q 

», off special. 1 I to I »T 

HI l»sO>*H BAY t OMI'ANY. *porl*wear. 

faahlna floor. Sod 

DRF.SS FABRICS, second 

4 .A Im b Nyloa tbd* and Swiktet Prtete Ideal apring 
faxhKMi taUi' * in anu.a»)nmenl of fkx'ked and 
|i,;nied nvlon* 4*^*4;;= xml cdi.m pt"-'* arvd pongee 
print* All are handwaahable and draw QQ^ 
rc !*iani ReguUr 1 >♦ vard wpes-lal. yard •'•z 
M** IniparieM AA.hM Tweed fur spring A good sclcc- 
liMH of (W*tel 1 -: lf » Ideal for *uil* akUla lacketa, 
e*. CrrAt-i : .*i-r.l and rkh looking 9*** 

Rag. vard spr* Ul. yard m 

Mla< b IMpIlm l»re** and Skirt Prlnl* A v* U 
a» .itment of -^refrec -j.irng print* lyrip-drv roi- 
If.-; -r.arl foi stieei *|«>rts or office wear. fTotal 
and ovcHv allovd prim* and border pai 
lc?-s special, .vard '» * 

HI llwOVH BAA fOMI'ASA. drew* gi*,d«. 

faabloa fVwsr. Snd 


USED SEWING MACHINES, 2nd 

Heie »* V**.” i--;ii»irtunMv f«.- tremerxlous 
•av. .. , .... uaed — hg rrvi>'‘'-!>e* We have 
eveivih-hg from tieadlea to auKv 

matk pcwtable* K.cr;v I* fully 

• •'* MMnrd and ^10 

guamrtieed 1 ‘tU'ed from 1 " to 1 I 

HI l»H 4 >N’S BAA COMTANV. 
sewing marblne*. fashion floor. 2 nd 


CHINAWARE. third 


Va*ea European colored 'red or 

rrough ti- grace any home 1 AT 'laa 

Regular 2 ^ m S M HpecUI. I ^ 

English INdlerv AHraciiv. ;eliah ar»d randy 

Rcjular « to • . qS'. 

specUl. to m 

g-l*W,e Teapot sd* (*hma *e 1 * with k»vr:- *J'ik 
,..*e It. SpeUi. *e 1 m 

Hl ItedlV-H B.AA tOMI'ANA. chinaware. led 

USED APPLIANCES, third 

t.Mise to Ihe BAA f,w Ibe best U i»*ed applUmeg 
amt the m,*»l convenient rredH lertn*. 

Tetevtekin Recuodllloned. 

\\ *de 'lection of 21 ■ table and CQ*^ 1 Oq"* 
... ole nxvdeU from <-^*' •» * -'s' 

lUdlo t fanbtnallnn »'.* ,;;wtni.:.;>ed. 3 speed * 4 S 
aiilomatic • • ger .1 o»ilv 

Freerer* 13 cu ft. A M t' upiighti **>qq 

■J onlv Fjwh *•*/•' 

’ -HM) 

13 ... ft A?-- 4 uiMlghl 1 only 

13 . .. II Are-*"- rrMgeniloi fleeter * 9 qq 

comhmali.-^ 1 

Ht nso\i 4 BAA tOMTAXA. u*ed appliance*, -ted 

FLOOR COVERINGS, fourth 

Rug* and Bmadkami End*; ^ . 

1 onlv iwiat broadlcrfi— ft-rquoiae Avi. f q*'® 

Regular IIR specUl • 

1 onlv lwi«l hriMidltaim Beige 9 xl 0 4 7 q^® 

R„,.;.Ur UI 9 '-" Hpmdal < 

1 onlv. iwi*i hnwidloom ‘iiw.**! | 1 q^B 

12 x 7 9 ReguUr L**.'*' Spr, Ul It*' 

1 onlv. twl*i hroadUem Ro*c 9 x 1 . ’ 1 1 qx® 

Regular 149 spmUl I I •' 

1 imly iw: • bnwidlcww, iireer* -ga 7 - 4 . iq*'® 

ReguUr hi ? >.per 4 al f *z 

1 only, iwisi hi.'dUvmj Blue *x 7 g 1 1 q*® 

ReguUr 149 VI HpecUI II*' 

1 only. TriUn btoadloom 12 x 3 A, 4 q*'® 

ReguUr «.Af» HpecUI “t,/ 

1 onlv, Tnian hinarf^'T' T 2 tRt. *T4. 

Regular tr« HpecUI * ^ 

1 only TrtUn broad loom 12 x 94 L Tq’'® 

ReguUr inn 9 n HpeHal 1 *f 


only TrtUn broad loom 12 x 94 L Tq’'® 

eguUr inn 9 n HpeHal 1 *> 

\ r. hi , 4 adlo(»m - 9 x 99 ^Q*'® 

ReguUr 77 >' HpeHal 

1 onlv viacoe bft »*l!fr 7 ;nt 9 \»', 9 q®® 

Regular 47 HpeHal •»*' 

1 onh \i-. br<»adt- V: ■ Tl*® 

Regulnr “ • Hperlal • 

1 .-.niv, •-•-^..- 4 - f >wd: -.: *i.i^® 

u 4174 Hpe.UI 

1 onlv VI* ^ 9 ^ 1 ,' 

Reguiar HpecUI * lY 

4 onlv. Indian tug* 9 12 , Hotc g,^y * 91*9 

'laen Regular ' HpeHal mxl'l 

Ht BAY (O.MI'AXA, Roor covering*, lib 


HpecUI 11 ^ 

49'” 

HpwUl * ^ 4 

7q'® 

Hpmdal I H 

-qR® 

HpeHal 

.Aqa» 

Hpertal •>*! 

Hperlal • Y 

.AJAa 
HpesUI •>* 


Hperlal 


Regular 


Hperlal 


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■X 


Dmy COLO HI ST MAG AH HE 


VICTORIA. B.C. SINDAV. JANl ARV II, I»S» 


Today only fire-blockenad ruins lie behind these stotely crested gates, which be 
tween the yeors of 1894 ond 1946 opened onto Ballinahinch, home of the Chie 
Justice of British Columbia, the Hon. Archer Mortin, ot 1025 Belmont. The trons 
lotion of the crest is: "Ever onward to the highest/' -pi*ow ^ wiluam a. bokhkk. 




Over the Columbia Damming Plan, Canada Appears 


TW* b • Um 7 by m CH >^KArHKBIT. 4b««i4ir 
tk# nitn^» ««faO«Mi M < VSrmUrrn 

tlw pli M ocrairti b froai Ibr fHimtrb 
**<'«hunMa Rh#r" mmdf by Uwt rini|Miij 


W^HAT MARK TWAIN about U»e «f.tbrr 
^ mhcht \try mpU apply to tbo Conadiaa 
tio« of tbo Columbia RKer; p\^rybod> talka 
about it but aobody doea aa>tbiux about It 

The Colunibta Rivrr b a bit 
river, bit In every *enae of the 
word. 11 b 1.210 mile* in _ . ^ 

bntih from it* source at Co* 
lumbia Lake, in the Wln<ler 
mere Valley, about half way 
between GoMen and Cran 
brook, to iia mouth, at Aktoiia. 

Orefon. When devetoped to 
Ht full capacity, it will pro* 
diire SO 000 000 horsepower of 
ebctncal enerty. which b 
about a third of the North 
American potential and a fif- 
teenth of the w-erid’a. It 
reaches a depth of .100 feet fn 
places, with the battcnn 215 
feet below sea le\eL It Irrl* 
teles an area larfe enoufh to 
be a fair sized country in 
Europe, and some of Its stale* 
ai/rd counties boast world 
champion yields of train. Its 
tanyona are so deep they bft 
the early traders sx'echteia, . 
no mean feat. 

The upper 4d5 mdea of the 
Columbia b In British Colum- 
bia. and It, drops 1 3S0 feet m 
that distance, which b 70 f«wt 
more than (be fall on the 745- 
miie section in the t'nited 
States. To power men. so 
much water nmnint down hin 
unharnessed represents wan- 
ton waste, and is the basis for 

ColumbU River facing an acule power bmrt 
j . The planners «dippnl up 

Ths^re are no dams on the *heo they estimatfd the 

^ P®*" tequiiemems of the 

^mNa^wven on the United Ihey provided tor«lndua 

and When snu under coo- mendou* in flua of iWw settlers 
turortlon. They have the es- durtef and hmnedkately tel- 
P^i y to produce five times ipwlnf the Second World War 

** devekjpment plan In 

i^uUied. At pre^t. they which provishm b madT ter 

dammln, of even the 
when the river b low A brge ^ of the year At Imt 

. cooHxirnlr, .lh«S!Il 
!***[^“ wouW power Over a dbtance of 

•rSTnrtrt Su.o. hi co„. ^ 

yj^th Wholhor «o buUd ron.id.,J^hlS^, ’hot*TC 
. il.ro .nd»»no,.i,n* plant .1 dtnicully oftopoTOn. of lb. 

creatine a tianl reaervob be ^ impractical, 

tween that point and the head ess 

of the Arrow Lakes. They are The onh aoawer smm 4 « 

wIHlnt to construct the dam water l^age on 

La**« Whir pTu 

t^l power thus created m a first rlaaa bartaialnt p 
How much our share should tlon. • »e w 

be is still under discussion. -rw_ ^ 

The propoaed s.^wage dam r *.S 

would rmi^? the water In the 
Arrow Ukes on!> to the pee* 

aenr hieh level mark. No aori- eaceptlon c 

cultural Und would be de- O" •h»c of 

struyed. no valuable property boundary St 

flooded There seema te^ no . *».* ,ll! ** 

rea.son r>hy such a dam should !t!*****' • ' 

nor be cormfrucied. and none . ”* 

With whom I talked w«» 

against the idea, even resort ^ 

owners who would lose pari 

of their beaches clrariy defined channH onti 

Th.P.cHlcro,rlh»«tm, VhUl * 

►.iron .1 ,h. l-nnrol s..,« h. “.V "JT" 


The RELUCTANT 
PARTNER 





T^ b typh-ml mt the Arrow lakes roaotry. Tbb area 
aw be reservoir, ami M b rtoimed the irvel of the lak«« 
an reattsstkMi of the datnminc pm>e<-« wtR not he above 
preoeat blgbwaler mark. 


2 B«Uq (Kplctlltflt 

»l NDAV, JAN. IL IMP 


The only aaswer seems te be 
water storage on the Arrow 
Lakes, which puts Canndiam 
in a first rlaaa bargaiplnt posi- 
tion. 

The Canadian and United 
>(iaies secikma of the Colum- 
bia River are completely ittf 
ferent. with the eaception of a 
few miles on either side of the 
International boundary Start 
tng at Its sourre. at Cotumhla 
Lake, the river b only a me- 
dium sized creek Ji flows 
north through th^, marshy 
Windermere from oijjr bke u. 
another, sluggish and with no 
clrariy defined channH until k 
approaches the town of 
Goiden. which w«t known as 
nrsf Croasihg in CHR con 
alrurtion days. It b |o«ocd 
there by the turbulent. gUrier 
fed Kicking Horse River, and 
begins to pick up speed as it 


angles west around the Big 
Bend. 

The Big Bend b-a XXymile 
long loop, which takes the Co- 
lumhta around the end of the 
lowering SHkirk Mountains. 
At the top of the loop U M»ra 
Creek, proposed site of the 
power dam. Some prelim- 
inary work has been done 
there, but it b static at pre 
wtit. If the dam b built it 
will back th^ water up to 
cover KinbasfcH Lake. The 
esoci size of the lake the pro- 
posed dam will create wlB not 
be known untU the height of 
the dam has been decided. The 
country It wtll flood b wUd. 
rocky, poorly timbered and 
virtually uninhabited. 

At the lower end of the Big 
Bend the river enters the 
upper end of (he valley of the 
Arrow Lakes Revelsioke. the 
•ccond largest centre of popu- 
hikm on the CanadUn Colum- 
bia. called .Second Crossing In 
the early da>-a. b located here, 

0 (dwn of 2.5(1) people. 

A few miles down river, that 
b aouth of Revelstuke. Arrow 
head marks the beginning of 
the lovely Arrow Ukes. If 
the dam b built at Castlegar. 
the level df the water will be 
raised only to a point well be^ 
lew the flood mark. 

Whde the Arrow Lakes are 
anumg the most beautiful in 
the world only a few people 
lUe along their stwrea. There 
are a few amail towna. such as 
.Nakusp. Burton and Needles. 
H>oat of them Just a aiuTe and 
a poatoffice. Here and there ' 
are a few small fruK farms, 
and there are occaaionaj signs 


Uf k>cgmg Raising the water 
some eight feet ^ make 
Hub difference to these propb 
except, they hope, loduce the 
cost of rheir ebctrIcHy. 

The lakes narrow Just be- 
fore th>) reach Castbfar. cur 
rent deveiopa. and the Colum- 
bia again becomes a river. The 
surtounding country changes, 
too. and the tree-coversd 
•krpes. with their rocky, snow- 
clad crests, give way to craggy 
hills, and spare, dry country. 
The transformation takes 
place In the space of a few 
miba. 

Here, where the river nar- 
rows at Caatbgar b the tile 
of the pr o posed storage dam 
It wiU raise the water level of 
the lakes about eight fen- 
there U a drop of only six feel 
bHween the head and the fool 
of the Arrow Lakes. 

• s a 

^rom C aatbgar (he river, 
now raaUy beginning to show 
Its sifength. roRb past Trait 
the ronsoltdatrd Mining and 
-writing Company city, and 
the largest pupulalton concen 
tration oi. the Columbu in 
Canada There are dams on 
two of the Ciflumbia's tribu- 
lanes near here, and they pro- 
tluce the puwe^ for TraU and 
uiwtnlng communitba. 

Almost as aocm at Ihe Cb 
:umbla cTfMsJs the border Into 
the Called .staiea, a( Waneu 
It enler. the lop end of Frank- 
lin P Kdusevelt lake, which b 
Uw reservoir behind m«bty 

foot high Grand Coube 
dam The surrounding country 
I* flat, semlsbsert. and its 
suifacT b ararred by the deep 
eanyona gduged out by Jo^. 


dry stresnu. From one of 
these ran>tms. nr coubes. was 
created the msm reservoir for 
the dam The cvHibe was 400 
f«^ deep and 50 miles from 
end lu end Bi damming the 
ends, and diveriing the watris 
of the Columbia a giant stor- 
•C^ ba»ln was « rested. 

Grarkd Coulee's waters do 
tnore than turn the atvnaiuras 
«f the generatnni within the 
dam: they abo inigaie great 
areas of estremeiv ferllb. but 
haiurall.v ar.d .bnd adjacent 
to the darn. Waier is the key 
to life here, and wiierv there 
b irrigation I (I e desert 
bloom*, wheal and other field 
crops gmw at record rales aiKf 
produce bumpri. high quality 
)*blda. ’ ' 

A short dutsnet dowiv 
atream b the still undeioon- 
Mruciion Chief Joseph dam. 
tvWch. lil^ til and Coube. b 
tbslgned lor b.ih Irrigation 
the produi r^m of hydro 
pOWWf 

In this emintry ydli drive 
for mtbs over hot. dry piaina. 
The only veg.satkm oulikb 
the Irrigation Hsiricts b that 
of ihe <bsen. sagebrush, cae- 
lua and tumbleweed. From 
time to Urn-, a Jack rabfatt, 
tors fotward. from the 

•jtb of the Mio .1 and gbm 
bops Ms wa.\ to the shelter 
**c> w. Ort-asiorvally 
there b a well flattened rattle 
wake on the ptt-.t-ment. Desert 
perch fence and teb- 
Pntw wires, .iml at night iJny 
o«U fly up frnm the road 
and fhtotigh the beams of the 
•car lights 

To rioas the rt\rr, which b 
at ihe bottron of a deep can 
yon of ft* oAvn making, the* 
uwd Hinds down along the 
canyon walls Iravellmg many 


The Fight for Reform 


**¥ 


gARLT IN Ibin, and almost exacily M yMrs 

flro(*S rhTT> Intiodured Ihe 

C^nM " ocma for which The Britlah 

talttT ^ cbmoring ever ainre ita birth 

Ih. •«< »!*«» who .lull Uk, 

“'■miprod .nd yniw 
STumbi “n;y‘vro-d crown Und In Briiw, 

couise. (heie were condltlorw. 

Dtot *® kny particular 

ptof ^bnd . shall record their dalrm to anv 

*''^*'*^‘"* *•* <be magi- 

•irate reoidlng nearest (hereto, paying to t^ 

A rough pbn of the property, with a deoerte- 
^ ^required and the boundaries were to 
be marked with comer atakeo. 

mdrJUl!? r.? • kliowed ultimate 

preempted bnd at not more than 
10 ahUIlngs an -h re at such time as the govem- 
wive> of the ares was compbted. always 
providing the settler had been la contUiuoM 
occupation 

Sab of auch preempted bnd was prohMtsd 
unlssa work to the etient of 10 shilUngs (o each 
acre had been r<enplHed or until auch time as 
purchaae after wirvey had been made, but only 
on consent of ilie nearest magistrate. 

^btrover, at ihe time of survey, a settler 
oouM purchase i*ddiftonal bnd In any amount at 
<"• ahilhngs an acre. 

The Crown re-M-rved all mineral righb. and 
the prtvib ge of ui lizing water resources for the 
devebpmenr of the country, as weil as the right 
to road altowan-e* Proapecton must be free 
to work the sHtbrs* acres, although there was 
provbtof) (or mm'iituiation and for redresa ter 
damaffs through the courts. 

That, veiv briefly, was (he aense of the 
proclamation a Wing a inded announcement which 
did not by a oiuntry mib, approach to the de- 
mands of The BHibh Colonist and the growing 
army of reformers 

“At length tl-e iron hand whbh has held 
with to firm a giasp the pubitc domain has 
rebxed a Utib . .** stormed Amor de Cosmos, 
first sdiior and puhlbher of the newspaper 

'Thb step on <he part of the Executive has 
not been herekl d to any tidings as to freHi 
Instructloru irom the Imperbl Government la 
rogard to the bnd sjstem. nor b there In (he 
procbmalWwi anv pirsmbb letting forth that Her 
Majesty has been pieased to send such new 
instruct ions. 


“We are. therefore, |,-ft to cwnrlude (hat It 
b In the eaetclse of vWt.* legal pierugatlve that 
thb b dune and we m.t> vcr>- properly aak why 
such piemgaihe was not excicmed long aga 
How Is It that pnvOeges so indbi>ensabb to the 
•Hflement and development of the country have 
been withheM* . . .** 

Ev»-n rrow the Iron hand haa only lonar nid 
Its grasp a little. Premptvn run the risk of 
having lo pa> twice the anvount required by the 
Amerirsn government for wiki bnd i the cost In 
neighboring Washingi.w aqd Cbegon. atill far 


Poges of the Past 


from tutehood, was five sliUUngs ah sera with- 
out hmiuiicm,. Can good Sason^iirTr 

barriers to Immlgra 
■ If 2!^*^ *”“•* “roied 

‘**-'***iT»«Hy 

eh(^ half the quantity of bnd for the same 

wudest country, and much of the bnd avalbbie 
for settlement waa ftrw. arabb. tlmbcrH acraage 
with water In abundance, artd game at the door’ 
OTs are always rebtive The United Stated 
teught the whob of Abakg for S7.(MNJO0r>' And 

«■ • 

mih of the entile conlinenUJ United Stales. 

“Your g«Aernmen(," continued The British 
Colwbi ‘is slowly and with an UI grace de- 
^ndlng from its stilted dignity and absurd 
ndependenre of Immigration and In the mean- 
time asking Hope and the other up-river towns 
not to rebH against a second inbnd tax on Im- 
ported goods to build roads wiihl Out on surh 
a pollcv tX settlers Into British Columfab and 
Ihi-y will raise provisions, make inmnU and gen 
erally develop the renources of the countr)-. ’ 
The! waa de Coamoa gendtal advice. But he 
lore the *erma of Ihe proebmation to shreds 
singly and at bngih He raUed tV arrange- 
i^nt for appiiTAtion t«* thg nearest magbtnile’* 
idlolb and a sura cause of confusion and prob- 
ably liiigatbn. For. he explained, who was to 
xiv which was the neoiest magistiate One man 
might mnaWW auch a o«h<; another some other. 


not proper b H 
And why should a |) 
opportut.Hy to sell and U 
had put in work wmth fl 
his properly* Who wash 
“nraiest magisuatr.^ of & 
magistrate said the wo I 
shillings and sixpence* " 
tbebioo Impede a pref-)^ 
transaction? i 

The govemmet.. art i 
avnidlng bnd armj'ati>< I 
for The 10 shltitng *i|, 
reason enough for de | 
have more, much morr » 
went on. 

* ' 

THOHC OIJ) «|»i y 
are amusing. H 

On Jaa 10. they tHlI 
bdder apparatus arriv -I 
•board the steamer ) - I 
It was brought up to ■ 
the following day 

Wotd had only just aU 
H. C Page had been « . ■ » 
Pec. 20 and was now >- 1 

She was csrrving. o i 
lumber lf»r Vlctor*a. ^ 

* *[j 

Under the heading, f 

thb announcement: [, 

“Disappeared from ri k 
Eaq . Hillside, near Viet- U 
16 last, a stout-built, I., fl 
TC on the right hjp. ii 
“Anv person retui ■ B 
owner, H. F. Tobnb. at I 
son's Bay Company . rl 
suitably rewarded “ ^ 

* * > 

H>B THE THF.4TUE k 
Royal Hotel on Wharf Bt- fl 
Change of performance fl 
week, bv the Pioneer . . fl 
And education ir.MUlM 
elthef. since Mr. E 5. fl 
that he had purrhaa<*i the *8 
operated by J. SUveramilh V 
He introduced himself h 
of the ble ColonH John i 
a man of three yeat* . fl 
weU as bHng a qualified | 
The school wax on Bjfl 
mended for its central i< i 
boys and girta. " 

A (eatura of ti.« r fl 
was evening ebases v.- H 
VKforb-for adults, framy 
10 p.m. ' 


regbiry offices* 
be deprived of thd 
lb etsewhera until ho 
1-0 shillings an acre on 
i alue such work* Tho 
But su(>p6ae tho 
waa worth only nmo 
Should hb urUbteral 
• raaaonabb bustneso 

I 

Uy wraa concerned with 
That* Was the reason 
lation. But it wasn't 
‘'tbos And he wimld 
»■ say about it as timo 


f The Bmixb Colonbt 

us. the ffrst hook and 
from San Frarvclaco 
r. of tragic memory. 

■ rb from (->quimalt 

-'1 that the si'hooner 
’•! near Dunger^em on 
1 dry 

all things, a cargo of 


hJ*** or Htfayrd wao 

pasture of John Work, 
‘ on the night of Oct. 
grav pony, branded 

g the same to tho 
or at the Hud- 
Vkiorb. will bo 


' pany pbying at tho 
appeared the notko: 
cry night during tho 

I- 

' were not brklng, 
was advertbing 
' -School previously 

• V'iclorb as the son 
ne. HEIC and 
’ nence b tuition, as 
Mierr. 

''•<1 Sfrrei and recoin- 
'km It bught both 

>1 for the srhnol 
likely Ihe first in 
4 to 7 snd 830 to 


Canada Appears the RELUCTANT PARTNER 


Coot bw i d fr mt Page t 

mlloa whUr making the half 
mUe drai'ent. There b almost 
no vegetation and the sun 
beats down ai lUO de g rees- 
plus on (he muliicitJored rock 
cUffs and mud banks. Every 
turn discloaes a^p^His of awo- 
inspIPng beauty anil grand- 
eur. Where ilteie are fUts 
along the pver. sweet green 
crops grow In a lushiteas that 
b almost (ropir.vl 

The vast, baked desert 
through which ih** Columbb 
has cut Its deep ranyon ends 
as (he river enter* the tkirge, 
below Ihe mouth of the WaUa 
WaUa River Upthrusts of 
barren, muitic»|or«d rock 
gradually grow into moon 
tains, with dark given Mnears 
Of evergreen loieiit in Ihe fta 
sures that scar their aides 
The liver's banlu sra steep 
and rocky. In the old days the 
nver. frwn thb point to tide 
water, was a lurbubnt, seedi 


Ing, boding flood, but today 
the dams have made a scries 
of bkes which almost touch 
each other. 

a * a 

( wm ei rl al craft ply these 
waters, moving grain Iram 
the elevators found here and 
there along Ihe short, or tow 
ing boOma of aawlega to the 
nuib During muei days, a 
blue haae of amoke from these 
miUs hangs love over the 
water. 

There b much talk of fi«h 
conarrvation in connection 
with Ihe dams This wax 
formerly one of the nebest 
salmon grounds in the world, 
and expkirers often spoke, 
usually with dbuste. of the 
salmon economy. Tribes came 
great distances lo either catch 
or trade for salmon However, 
despite the cunaervation talk, 
and Ihe efforts that have been 
and are being made to get the 
spawning fiaii ovor the dams 
Hie great runs ane over. Sal 
mon are still caaght in the 


Columbia, but itut in the 
quantities of the post. Cana 
dbna are not conct'rned With 
• he effect dam* mij have on 
the aatmufi. a* the fish were 
never able to gft past Kettle 
Falla, some J; lar - south Ot 
rhv border Tlieir never has 
been any salmon run. econ- 
omic or oif.-»ru ixe. tn the Ca- 
na<iian ColutnMa i anadbnx 
can learn a k*«s>Hi. though, by 
studying what the dim* did 
to the salmon *>o the river’s 
lower resi-iu>« and uibularles. 

H lesion which • xt. • ,r>d them 
In good strati w lu-n (lie in 


ANAGRAM 

ANSWERS 

(II I V|B|t\i.|. 
(I< K4KM>v1 
(Si .4KBITtK 
III IJNEAt.t 
(Si KEWTOKE 


evitable battle develops he 
tween the fish and power in- 
terests of the Fraser. 

The Gorge ruts through the 
^••rodes and the river, hav- 
ing pas.«ed through the gen- 
erator* of Mc.Nary. the I^- 
kw and Bonnev ille dams, 
begins its last lung run to the 
■ea The country it passes 
through Is similar to the Fra- 
rar Valley, st ftrsl heavUy 
Mmberad, gradually giving 
way to farms. There aiy stiu 
high mountalna on the skyline 
but Ihe valley becomes wldei 
will each passing mile. The 
river is navigable to itir foot 
of BtmnevUle dam. and fair- 
ly large vesarts are a common 
•ight. The Pver Is very deep, 
up to .100 feH. -nd the bottom 
of the channel far telow 
sea level. 

At one puint. simics of des- 
troyer* are tlril up. tow on 
row. part of the Us moth 
ball fleet. 

Portland the largrst eily 
on the Columbij. u kjcalraf at 


the J. ^ 
and Wii || 
other - k 
couver. 
Hudao.'. i 
River |J 
Portland i 
are H 
cocnlngr IJ 
Portland i 
‘hwtrial fi 
milU. - ij 
The i'r i| 
at lU C 

Aat or. ’cl fl 
bank, a tj 

!OWp of t|. 

lion. u 
$0 that I 
lumbia. a I 
long, fix’ u 
bia and \ 
Pacific {i 
Wa*hingl Q 
wofid's .y 
hydroe' ij 

fl;-:;] 

SUVDAfl 


of the Columbia 
te nvers. On (ha 
of the river la Van- 
' aahlngton. once a 
Bay Company fort. 

roe IS hesvy at 
and deep « ships 
y guing and 
Is 100 miles (rcMii 
o the 'aes. and in- 
la. mostly xaw- 
the binka. 
is 10 miles w ide 
Ui. and Asiorta, 
mei for John Jacob 
6* lu its southern 
**k, buff and w'.-:e 
12,000 pnpula- 

U (he mighty C» 
«reara 1.210 miles 
In Briiisli C'uluro- 
(ylng Into tha 
ween ^egon and 
one of the 
' test senmes of 
k* potential. 

(Tolnnifit 3 

JAN. 11 . iKit 



/ 



NANAIMO SCIENTISTS TAKE A HAND . . . 

Let’s Not Go Hungry 


M>rt f IIH.C K lmp»rt»( to Ik* o# ^ Nfe »MHi. to .to- to«« «n. m., to .ItoJ to h.n>o» ^ ^ 


pVT3l '^IN’tTC w* ctarl<^ 
^ - •': totheCBCf Mrly 

mom - ri tomun'i BrowS- 
m«t fvo lo^Ki>d for ■ rood 
look of Mhot rom on inokto 
thr Por.ftr BtotockmJ Sutkm 
At Nan*MT>o. A/irr ycon of 
bnnc over ruled by travoUinc 
componton* 'and one abortive 
bttempi on a Sunday «bm the 
guard i<»Iiie|y but nrml> 
uaberrd me ont and loM me to 
eome baek .'iy weekday' t 
had the lere c>od fortune to 
bapprn on the bioingirat 
atation'a flfiteth birttutoy cele 
bration. 

For the arlenllfle centre 
which had lt« beginnutga when 
a retired rlerrj man. the Rev. 
George W Taylor. receKed a 
grant of SI COO from the fed 
era! go^emmem to carry on 
work whKti he had inevloualy 
done on a volunteer baala, the 
half-century milmtone ceiebra- 
ttofi Iraa a proud oecaalon 
Indeed. 

The 135 btniogista oceanog 
rapher*, terh^K-tatw. <«ea-foing 
and land-baaed aasistanta. 
under Director Dr. A. W, H. 

4 Bcilg ^olonigt 

bl NDAY. 4AN. n, IMd 


Alt Phoiot By 


Needier, ahowed thetr work In 
a manner that waa both 
•rholarly and exciting. 

Appropriately. bnlbanily- 
colored cut-out flah ‘‘■warn’' tn 
the direction In which the 
Maitor waa requested to walk, 
while viaiting the dispUya. 

Most marvellous and drama 
>ic of these. be>ond a doubt, 
WSJ the lOSfoot kmg hydraulic 
model of Hecate Strait, built 
for the study of ikUl circuto- 
tton. Here Is the whole bottom 
of the ocean, with the land 
masses rising fro«) it. for a 
lOO-mile-w ide strip from the 
north end«f Vancouver laiand 
to Alaska. A year of actual 
Working tune, spread ever a 
three-year period, was required 
to complete the model Batod 
on a thick layer of concrete, 
the general form was built up 
of coorrete blocks. To achieve 
accurate representation of the 
deep!} mnvotuied terrain. 5.000 
wire* were set Into a layer of 
concrete laid over the blpcfcs, 
and each wire was cut to the 
scale of the fimabed height of 


By GINNIE BEARDSLEY 

/4aAf*r#>« Reitearrh Bttani of Canmin 


a panicular point. The finish 
concrete was then poured and 
sculptured to the correct con- 
tours. 

lA'hen the model is filled 
with water two electromcally 
controlled steel gates produce 
a replica of the natural tides 
The time scale is arranged ao 
»hJi m day s tides are r^>ro- 
dured every minute. In uac. 
the Hecate 5kralt model will 
record for study tidal currents 
and ctrrutatkin by the photo- 
graphing of dyed water. 

A camera. siiiMted 90 feet 
above the model iln scale, 
about as far as Sputmk is from 
the earth) will be coordinated 
with a lime clock and com 
puler. The new Hecate Strait 
motlel represents a dimax in 
oceanographic stinltos which 
include one of Albernl Inlet 
which enabled the dupersal 
pattern of pulp nuU efaueat* 
to be deierinmed in advance, 
and steps to be taken to pre- 
vent damage lo fisheries. 
Future studies may be expec 
ted to one day produce knowl- 


edge that Will enable sciemtsts 
to predict changes m the sew. 
and resultant change in the 
i/e and movement of fi*h 
•tocks. 

In a wnrld of Increasing pup 
Mlation and Indusiraltzatton, 
and shrinking food supplies 
•*ae of the self renewing 
fiiod resources of the sea to one 
uf the most vital probfema A 
must be found when 
Industry threateiw fWieiie*. 
At II a blologicat stafton pi4hi 
lion studies prevent «erwni« 
«lde effects from Induatrtol 
poi - The lumber Industry, 
for instance, must avoid stream 
pollution and resulting kllhng 
of fish tn a poison campaign to 
eliminate Ihe diisirurtive am- 
btoaia belile Work at the bto- 
Icgtcal station points the way 
The teredo, whirh relishes 
•thing so much in shote din 
V as you toiat or your float 
UixUng. betongs to the same 
famifv aa the clams and ay- 
•-ters which you relish. A cam- 
i<aign of teredo poUoning 
would therefore prove destruc- 


tive not only to Ihe marina 
boter*. hut to two Impnitaol 
flahrriea. 

Co-exisiencr of power and 
fisheries on »»ur may be 

piove.< posMible V. work oa 

fish toleranrc* which was 
started rtahf years ago reaches 
certain cor-ciusive results 
several year*. fn»m now. Or 
fish and power may have 
alwave to to kept sepatate. 
Only patient. scimttfKwlly cots- 
troUad studies of Just how 
much fish can «ia»d In changes 
of their living ronditionB can 
lelL 

When BC was very young, 
gieed) rxpiotiaiion destroyed 
the sea otter .<nme >•« ars laier. 
theMNkeye - 'm-*n was ftueat- 
ened with a similar Ute For- 
lunatelv. thanks i« enJight 
er»cd artion »n holh skies of 
the Canadian-i; 5. bolder this 
valuable te«'uice was tw- 
stored Today from stuiitos 
by to<>lotrtcaI station sctontlsts, 
M appears that many of our 
streams are <atHib|r .f sup- 
porting a far greater lalmtin 
spawm than lliev ru.w receive, 
.'^todies of the gravel, water 
moikm. and ok) gen content of 
stream beds ^ here salmon 


OLDEST CANADIANS 




pOR 5 non YFAI or more, the world of ifia 
tlskimo ilid n. : change They have no tiadl- 
tlon* as to Iheir iirigin better than fairy talea 
They tell of the -.4.1 pe.iple" who preceded Ihem 
and of wh'im u^.fw may sidl he found, rude 
aiiuctuics of sttiiie un Uie Arctic cu«sl aito 
UUnds. 

Utialevri thHr Avun origin, vur fcJUunvai 
Ihei# great n tgiati>ms and not only met hlo 
of the Arttlc but have survived aa an Inlelligenl, 
capable and irmarkably happy hearted people. 
They devetopeO protective fat tbiubbrn as Arctic 
Anlaiala do. With iMeUtgenro and skill they tn 
vented the ig^***.. built of w md hardened snow. 
Their method ol const rwriwn. building in a spiral 
goes back of ,>ur eailtost record Tbesr k« 
*»*d* •komailks. made travel eemparaUvely 
•Irnpie In their seatch tot food. They devlaed a 
^ume made from ttw skins of antmaU which 
lomaieiiala and design U superior lo any factory 
product for winiet travel. 

In their migiatton eoMward from Asia Into 
Northeni (*a da they encountered another 
people of Asian .•iigm, Indians, who. with greater 
numbets an.| savager). drove them to what migh| 
•to cooaidered Mur most inhoaptiable region, Iho 
Arctic coa*' Hui there, frum land and sea they 
round rnaiet laU foi a sadyfactory life, Foi many 
cmiisnes they weie •« Uoiated that even their 
extolence wa» »r • ■■.sn. 

Into the world of ito Kskimo same the while 
»*'pk»ref. then Ihe trader, the 
'»«• band ..ffere*. means of 
an oaairi Ufe; with the uttwr they took away 


BY GUY BLANCHrr 

the naiives Independence aa an individual who 
had kUivc- sfully met the problems oi life in 
his rt.r -t land. 

Whales were almost estrrmtnated and the na- 
tive, Whom the whalers had employed, were left 
unhappily between the old ways and the new. 
Many peiished 

Muskox, which had been an aU year source 
of fo<Mt III Ihe Far North, wete reducMl to a few 
acaliered bands when Ihe demand or their hujea 
for steicli robes brought nfle-beanng huniera 
Into Ihe bow and arrow country of the Fakimo. 
This was a aenous loss ol food supply. 

The tiader gave v^ue to the fur of the little 
Arctic while fox. Previouaiy. piisaesstons had been 
only a buiden to the Lakimo in his wanderinc Itle. 
Now wifh a light bundle of fox skins he could 
obtain many fine things, nfles and whale boats, 
primus slovea. kerosene He rouM buy rk>diir« 
BtliartKe to hto women but often unsuitable far 
the North. This saved much work with ammal 
akms but the picturesquesneas of the Kskimo 
was kiyi as he became a caricature of the white, 
**M*erialiy hU women and chlklrm. Not only did 
they change tn appearance but they tost an art 
b#M>d on «*yMmUal requirements and to which they 
brought not only skUl but an appiectotion of aw 
pesrance. both barharic and unwic. 

As recmilp a* 25 year* ago. many Caklmos 
atlU lived the life of ^‘custom" They slid built 
Igloua. :^1 Umps were stIU In use Fur ctothlng 
fuilowed Ihe ancient paftenw On the Arctic coast, 
winter life depended chiefly on seats Inland 
people msde meat caches of caribou during their 
autumn migraOan. An Kakimo might lake a >ob 


of work or he might Ha journey if |t suited 
his convenience, and tho was anepted 

as a frlerui. Payment H an exchange of gllla 
and was not discussed » _ Iriertda. 

Today, the must ^ place* of our North 

have been invaded and if of our Lskimoa 
have stxcumbed to the I h of employment, and 


the reward is no longer H fox akin*. The Igloo 


has been repiaced by a 
from “the Fat Country ■ 
stoves duilt of rocks 


' buUt of maicrtala 
• -i ; of the seal laiqp, 
rocks. An planes fty 


over the Und and tract H madie tong journeys 
and do not require seal H. walrus hunts to feed 


Ihem. The Angero. the 
kwiger s leader of hto 
A recent press t< 
Kskimos starved to d<*ath 
Rlveri.- 

This is far In the i 
grandfather* would have 
fathers would have 
raiibou and provided ” - - 
There are many trout in 
lor these people was that 
had burned. They should 
would be no muakox or 


H ’ comroUer. is no 

:|ff' noted. "Fourteen 
'R Garry Lake ton Bacdu 

ij • Grouiida. Their 
■ on muskox. Their 
>(< an autumn hunt of 
-* for the wltiler. 

! • l,ake The tragedy 
' “government aKhe** 
known that there 
b . at this season. 


T^r women had I ngof k the art of Jigging for 
char ... 


They were k*At - •*- 
world ft the Kakime. 

In hit rhanging 
much of what he had . 
come “one of ouraelven** 
Great World Ito wU| no 
of the Slone Age people 
toe have rvd^. 


H the old and the new 

the (jdtUQo has loet 
b-"? or bad He will be- 
a member of the 
b he one of the last 
b of the best of whom 


LET'S NOT GO HUNGRY 


C oa f laai d ftomi Pag* * 
eggs are told enjtoe prompt 
artton to avert any threat to 
these places also aftowa 

biatagists to e»iabMv)i artificial 
spawning bed« or lo replace 
those which Ksve toen tost, 
far an hUTea-w of li«h popula- 
tton. 

You might think a fish's age 
was of no •'•tueiq to anyone 
hat another fish, but you'd be 
wrang- The of a repre 

sentaUve sampimg ol fish 
from any ares leli* the biolo- 
gist a story that could mean 
food or famine m the future. 
It's Interesting that the station 
has or»e I6year«>ld herring 
bat If all the herring in these 
water* were simliariy aged, 
pretty snnn theie w-vuM he no 
more her*' ^ fisheries Biob> 
gtsta have a number of In- 
gatuoua ways »r grtimg at 
the truth of a fi>^ s age. even 
UMWgh these (lesluiv* don't 
■boar wiinkie* o; grey hairs. 
Thoto vetishrae you get in a 
whole pork salmon tin could 
tod you a you wete a trained 
observer, ju«i h«r» >4d the flah 
araa. bow Kmg it spent in 
froah water and ilt and even 
whore ft came trnm • Muck 
Uke the rings in a tree > Oto- 
liths. which are botves in the 
ear controlling it - functloo of 
bolaniT. aie an^fitcr good age 
guide, used e.'p•^ utly >o grey 
cod atudico You frll turn old 
a dogfish Is hy hU spines 
WRh a aTiste. you took lo a 
eroM-aertton of one of his 
teeth, or to the plug* In his 
ears. Scales, ton are an age 
gtve-away 

The herond H ertd War, with 
Its Increase In demand for oor 
various specie* of ground fish. 


Ihreaienrd sertous depletion 
ol these valuable food rrea- 
lures. Consequently, the blo- 
logicsl station set in motion 
otter trawl ftoheries to learn 
the various cod and other In- 
habitants of the Ocean's floor 
Tagging, which had been used 
In salmon studtou since 1926 . 
ws* extended I© ground fish 
work Tags may be of any 
one of a number of types: 
(fiscs fastened oa eitlier side 
of the n«h's body, “■paghetir 
tags, dart tags, rings through 
the Jaw. or the Insert tags 
used in tagging herring w hk h 
come out for counting only 
after the fink has been pr<K 
cessed into meaL The type de- 
perula on the flah and Its rale 
of growth. 

Like most of nature's crea- 
ture*. ftoh are coloied and 
marked for profedlon from 
Ihetf enemies. It • an old say- 
ing that s leopard doesn't 
change Ms spots Rut a ground 
fisk doe* I saw them doing 
it in tanks at the biological 
afaiMMi. 

A sene* of timed <b*monstra- 
tlons showed ground fi«h Just 
mir^Mhiced lo sand and weeds 
wrhere their large spots were 
conspicuous: then the same 
flsh Mime hours later with the 
spots materially reduerd In 
sire: snd finally fhe fish Ihe 
flay fnilewing their move with 
chsmetoon like change au mm- 
fdete that you had to took 
hard to see which waa fl*h 
and which ocean bottom Color 
rkange* went Juat ao far as 
adaptabtllty permitted, though. 
Introduced into white sand, 
the grey flsh simply burled 
themaefves beneath It, 


From plankton lo whales, 
everything that lives in the 
sea la of concern to the fish- 
eries biologist, and from shore 
to the depths of the mid 
Partfic his reoean'hes go on, 
year afler year, so that the 


fUh which mean food. fun. 
and animal feed may make 
their continuing contribution 
lo our lives. 

The heart of this rehcanh 
on Canada's Pacific Coast Is 
the bkdogiral stalion at Na- 


*to‘«to. » ’ which go spe^ 

ctalized I vesseb and field 
teams h i to which on tho 
'll > of its founding 
came honor and 

P*^**to fh 50 years of work 
well dunjl 



T^ls b aa aertol view of ttw btoingirsil stafloo at Nanaimo, 
la Ike hackgrnund appear* the Heralr Strait model alhm 
log a bird* rye vtow of Um> relative abe of the whole 


SI NDA11 MN. II. tP9g 







>DV/CF TO MILADY 


By LYDIA LANE 


vsh*r have you been up <• Tm parU. 

•incv laat met?" I a«ked ami span pkn- > 

Anne uho waa the centre of patr In m> !-•. 
aitractkon In our booth at the the other* »■ - 
tiruW'H [Vrby. ones are »---v 

*'ln the last 11 months I they dry so fa*t 
hav» travelled 9ej00 miles." ^ ^ 
she exclaimed. “I have been on ^ ama)s rari-j 
loration in Spain. Lonrlon and '*^***' 

Canada. I’ve made a prraona! • ^®***^*^^**^ oml 
appearance tour from roast to ‘ 

c«ja*t. I have lUeraUy lived out t be « 

ol aultrases. I like to travel *Tve »utk<^l * 

IiChtly the days of 14 pieces routine so that 
oi luRgage belong to another soaks In this ro 
era but to be glamorous with 1 take my bait- 
two suitcase* and a hat boa come out of the tub. the thing* 
requires a carefully workedout are ready ic- h g oo the 
foi mula • shower rod* to dry. 

1 wanted to hear more about “In the bt-ginning ** Ann* 
Anne* travelling technique. confesaed. **1 made the o6> 

“The first thing you must traveilmp mUtakes. 1 

leani la what will and will not bought the moat expenalv* 
pack. But II Is a challenge to which -as heavy. I 

work M out Bo that you wUJ brought too much of every, 
end up with the right dress for *blng with me < hte point about 
every occaalon and climate. travelling Hghtly la finding 

“My schedule was often to rummsg- 

tight that 1 was meeting the through a do/en sultcmsea. 
presa or attending a gala party *,'*?!* *** snd one 

as soon as I arrived. ' here waa ^ filled with purse* 


to have spick 
1 carry a fre*h 
change if 
^-d The nyloa 
to wash and 


Bui the InsMe o| 
every purse is always flUed 
with aomeihlrg 

“No one who hasn't tried B 
knows what It t* lo be oa a 
plane for i;l hours and thea 
step off with a Kami box frsah. 
nesa 1 had to learn how. w-hea 
photographer* were meeting 
me at the airport. 

“Making up i.n a plane ro> 
quires a steady har>d. " Anne 
laughed '*1 have had to loam. 
When there w *«n i lime for • 
complete change I had to leara 
bow to freshen up with mak» 
up If you dip a pad of cottea 
In hot water ami pat this carw 
fully over your face, it rw 
raoveo the exre%^s powder and 
oU and gives a fre*h finish. 

“My cosmetics are carefully 
chooen. I have 1« different Up. 
sticks which I <-f>angc to match 
the clothes Im -vearmg and 
the lime of day My lipstick 
sUya heller and my Ups keep 
smoother with a Ixise undv> 
nealh. 

“Not lo be DveiUiuked. Anna 
continued "js a pranical Kair. 


THOUGHT FOR FOOD 


^ Muriel Wilson 


Ah the erow fhe* it U a porNrt finale. Stince then : 
kmg way from Vlcinrta never make doughnuia with 
to Hawaii Even by TC'A out thinking of that delicloui 
thooe emerald islands sre afar occasion, 
of. But by the ma-- carpet i can conjure up fond mem 
of memory it is no dl*'sfi-.r ones of Hawaii oo the flight 
I pretext ... the cash reg 

1 can go from my kitchen l«ter at the Waikiki Pharmacy 
to the dining room .-’f the wearing a M of hibiscus blow- 
Queen * .Surf on Waikiki sums; a tropical fruit salad of 
Hrach in nothing flat <and at pineapple, papaya, banana, 
no cost at all'.' Thia morning, orange and grapes with a If 
»* I fried doughnuta, my plng at pineapple sherbet ai^ 
thuughis winged hack to an chopped macadama nuts; 
unforgett.*blr Sunday tnom- Teniyakl aleak, Hawaiian 
tn^ breakf-^: eaten in Hono. with a touch of the Orient 
iu j to the music of pourvding . . aleak mar: jted In a 
•o f and the r "le of palm sauce of gmgei. -igar. aoy, 
‘ gtJ-lk- and sakl = "n charcoal 

L'ntil UuB partmilar n«>m trolled and served scorching 
in.: I had never th -ugnt of hot with fluffy rice In Hooo- 
doughnut for brtaklaat,' We lulu you esko eat In any Ian- 
hsd fh hed tall giaAses of funge and all ol it good 1 
fr»aty pin^pple Juice, bacon, can’t remember a disappoint 
rg^r- and ioa.>r. and wer# just lug meal. 

Not all Hawaiian food la 
^-,.tabl Konacoftoe. At exotic. Many of their fine 
^ inonwnt a beautiful Poly- .<ji*he* can It duplicaled in 
ne>«lan girt. • colorful our own kitchenv | am think 

*ng no* of a dish that would 

***2!!i * pMt- mooeutt lanai (patloi on Wai- 

blkl Beach or in a Victoria 
»ated doughnuts. It waa a dining room on a damp, foggy 

night It la Haro and tweet 
Potaloe* Hawaiian. 

To make , , . botJ four me> 


reef po for thu pie's •out of this 

but a splendid 
In ^f fanimile c*n be made with 
n Inch Raced coconut. Through a 

•nough friend of a friend of the WU 

gre^ low* p.„p,,,,or. I 

• with to obtain the nnpr fi ^m! 

ground <l^leruble pi«. ^ ^ ***** 

dth^ -W 8 tablespoons flour, 

ow dip '• ' Up sweetened 

melted Tropic Isle coco- 

lop of of sal! and I tea- 

? from Combine sugar, 

i depth •"** “** *" *®P of double 

wvrt^ bi***of the milk and cook 
a half boiling water f<ir 3 min 

I »»lad while rooking lUve 

vaesdo. '»'U’beaten. Stir a 

little of tl»e healed mixture 
lnl«« the yidks. then return all 
to diHJble boiler and cook till 
kne lo tht- kened. Rotnove from heat, 
moun- add - jconul and vanilla. Cool! 
white then fill pie shell. Top with 
■ lined meringue mule of the 4 egg 
. flam whiles and 4 laMes^n* 

1 ftue sugar. Add the sugar gradu- 
d Ume ally to the beaten whitaa arul 
oconut keep heating till the roerangue 
ty the stands In stiff penka. Pile on 
olulu's lop of pie and be sure H 
tuated touches the pie crust edge all 
aeonut around. Sprinkle with kmg 
of the cut, aweetened coconut Bake 
till golden. On such a pie 
rcouni reputatiofw are built Alohal 


6 istlg (Eoloniit 

SINDAY, JAN. 11, itM 



Oncp Banned 'Lolita' Now Bast Stiltr 




Q 


VC? — 

tor- 

and Dramatic 

First Novel 
Wins Praise 

Reviewed b) HAKKI^IN SMITH 

^K( Hi.\ KAKTHOIX)MK\%, a (wUforaU boMO- 
^ wife knd a surcexafol magaxiwe writer, ba* 
prodm-ed a xtariliag and dramatic find novel. ‘“Tbe 
Risk** (Houbleday A: Co.) b based oo a brief and 
novel period la .Ameriraa history we are wow only 
too wilting to forget — Che year* when .SUlia ruled 
KuMia. and our hume-made CoenmunixU could be 
aumbered by tbc thousands, and when. If they were 
eoofruoted in the courts, they could escape from 
pualslinirnt by invoking the FMCh Amendment. It 
was also a time w hen the tanocent too often suffered 
with the guilty. 

Th# o. the novel la 

UmiUd Ui a OUlomia -tJburb 
and luur fsjnTlies who lived la 
amsU idrnik'sl along aa 

avenue and an alley near a 
guardeil and — -.Tetive chem- 
ical researrh laboral'>r>- buUt 
by the g«-verim.rnt. The cen- 
tral charsi.'«ci* are David 
Millar, who held an abaiirblng 
govamrrvetit puaKlon in the 
Mboratof), his Kale, and 
Mb childrc -. il:? family o( 

Tracy a giant of a 

man. jeaioas of Dwvid and at 
heart a •••w.id. s family of 
Jews, and a Negro family. 

Thera are t«.. renita' themes 
In this dist.iiblng novel, the 
Inevlublc haired between 
families t — -y pa« ked to- 
gether and fear of the future. j B.4KTIIOUIMf v% 

David, who had a faith In 
mankind but a distrust of him- 

mU. waa perhaps too fallhfd Maoctated with CommuniaiH 
and too haoml. He waa w>eak. ^ Devid hod said 

Mb wife knew, when ^ should ,, 

have been hard I nlU the day ^^ng there u a irmedy. A 
after hla death Kate did not crimiMl a murderer, a rapUt 
lm<m thaa be had been briray- „ 

•d by Tiarv when he had Ued ^rrunent employee ... In law 
to lha dtrettof of the labor- ^ j, entitled to he tried by 

jurymen ... He la eniuled to 
face hla accuaera.' There waa 
fOft YOUNG "• **'®Me answer to the dl 

lonuaa of a roan who had been 
READERS hoCMst and who thought that a 

_ . . statement of the truth would 

Blaardo and ^ b» suftlcienL 

Wriuan and by iw WMi la at iwari a dn 

E. Little. Scribners. moallc novel, foe Mrs. Barthol 

Out of a minor caUstrophie omew doe* oot shy away Lorn 
in the children's room of a ,h, mumacW of married life 
pubbe bbrary hu come a UAny readers may find tliat 
sAamlng picture book. It la the aori entertaUUng aspect 
th« atory af Rkardo. an east □£ book la her frank por- 
Harlem mouse who spends a trayal of David and Kate 
goad deal of Ume in the U- MlUer'a home life, their love 
brAiy*. There he arvd hla tor each ether, and tbeir en- 
friends (dreaaed in blue jeans tertainlng and somewhat am- 
and leather jackets* proceed orou* children. It may occur 
to wreak havoc with the pup to one that The ItUk might 
pets for the play Teres and have been suitable fot a worn- 
Martina “ How he .-epents of an'a magazine if Devid had 
hla dastardly deed and sue- been able to convuvre the dl- 
coeds tn getting seats for the rertor of the laboratory of his 
show for himself and his hone s ty; In other wurda. If he 
friends makes an amusing had been willing to preemt a 
atory. abnpie statement of the tnitb. 



STRANGE STORY 
SHOCKED FRANCE 

TT WOMJI (mviOl.SI.Y require an imuvni mtxiure of h.^ftor. hist, hnmor 
and penerUou for a btiok. rr)ecled by four I ..S. finally u» be 

^biivlwd la Kngbfvh la France and then xo shock the F reach H*Mihori tie, Uml 
they would forbid Hx export from their cauatry. 


This unusual mixture can be 
found In lAdMa. by Vladimir 
.Nshokov It is also available 
nuw in the United .States be 
cause an eidestabltshcd pub- 
lishing house iPuinami deawl 
ed ll was a work of genuine 
literary merit on which the 
American reading pubik was 
entitled to pass judgment 
The book has Mined a con- 
siderable critical comrovers). 
but the reading public has 
passed judgment to the exienf 
ot making lAdha a top best 
seller. 

'The .'^introverty has raged 
here and atexiad around the 
now familiar ixaue of art 
versus pornography wfakii In 
the past ha* also risen around 
Madame Btnar). staler C arrie, 
riywfw and lady I'haHertey's 
lA»%er. lo name but a few 
In brief, this brilllanlly 
written novel Is the stoo of 
a rolddleaged man's obaesslve 
Inve affair with an adolescent 
girt of 13 07 so. an affair 
w-fuch finally leads to mutter 
when she abandons him for 
another msn of stmilar tastes 
in ' nymphet* ’ 

Thu is not a ptoasant aab- 
jeet. nor is this a pleasant 
book, although it has many 
wme* of high comedy In the 
roklst of the sordid, pathetic 
lovemaking. 

But It U a hierary tour de 
force bv a talented w*riter. and 
11 stood out piominently on 
the list of hooks being most 
widely read and eojoyed this 
week throughout the country. 
Other leading 'jlles were: 
Momea and Thotiuu Bar 
row. by John P. .Marquand 
•Lillie. Brown >. A fine satire 
on wororo, miMvey and success 
by an acknowledged master of 
the social noveL 
Aaalomy of a .Morder, by- 
Robert Traver »St. Martin). 
An authentically gripping 
nov^ of a trial for a murder 
that tumid out nof lo be so 
Simple. 



murder 
she •' 

'ITiu M riunate stroke left 
Humi. fftee lo take the littM 
girl on u nightmarish trans- 
coni:. !. pllgrtmage during 
w-hkii h- 1 knew the ecstasy of 
ii -Hy to his ob- 
session. an educated mart, 
entire iware of the foul 
crime • - coramtttiag. Hum- 

bert llv'>i in constant, mental 
and splMiual torture, saved 
only ' i an extraordinary 
sense - humor, antf by bis 
fulfilled [: >*lon for Lolita. 

The a • thing that saves 
this booi' from being merely 
a disp - |of perversion la fhe 
talent 3 obvious seriousness 
of ' It of the author. 
Such p^i-le as Humbert do 
exist ' i> auitow gets invkde 
hrtn - W Though respondmg 
to a chat) nge to hu creottve 
Imagir- and literary skill 
le ^ • the mlaerobie 
wretch g aliv* In ajl hu 
agony of I nd. 

Hum r U no longer 'a sta- 
tistic lb clinical report on 
perversu-B lie b a human 
being • tjever depraved, wtw 
suffers !|or hu particulsr 
rrtrae of ii sskm. This Is the 
author’s b croent 

It b y to believe this 
book b :: major literary 

n>on .: D. aa its champsoru 

claim. 1 j however, a legiti- 
mate iou ^ • force by a wrtlcr 
who Is unusual as he u 


\I.4IMM1K .HABOROy 


i/V M 


Aka Aku. by Thor Heyer- 
dahl i Hand McNally i. Another 
superb report on Pacific ex 
Iduraium b> the author of 
K«n» Tiki. 

The I gly .A m ertr an, by Wil- 
liam J Lederer and Eugene 
Burdick iNortom A fsetioa- 
iwd account, absorbing Vid 
shiwking. of the men and 
wromcfi who represent or mu- 
represent America abroad. 

i w vwtewt < harkba. by 
J>hn Keals iLlppincolti. An 
unsympathetic, witty and 
dev^uattng look at our hiufe 
rats and the men who make 
them 

The Kiiue MaM IHe. by Mary 
Renault (Pantheua> A splen- 
did reteiling of the legend of 
Theseus lhal adds up to a 
memorable novel 
In form l^Wa purports lo 
be the confession s of a man. 
Humbert, who U trytng the 
“palliative of articuiale art" 
by wriling Ms memoira wMle 
awaiting trial far murder. 

He has skUn the middle-aged 
rival who altenaled the aflec 
tioa oi the lutle "nymphri " 
Dolores Ha/«, known as 
LoUta. with whom Humbert 
has been indulging his abbera 
UoA to the fulL 
In order lo he ctoae to LoUta 
at the outset. Humbert mar- 
ried her widowed mother. Mrs 
Haxe Thu complicated hU 
agany of desire to the poini 
where he waa thinking of 


lo -n 
wretch g 
agony of I 
Hum r 
tbtlc In . 
perversu-B 


author’s h 
It b y 
book b 


mate tou 
who U 
ialeolod 


s * 

V*ladlm ^ rCabol^ was bom 
In Cat - 4Ruxsia Ui lt»9 the 
*0*1 of a jioble family which 
held high^-'.ts tn the govern- 
roeni a --J was noted for its 
n r Fleeing hb home- 

land at T!i) time of the Cem- 
munist u k ■’ing. lie grew up 
In Eng Germany and 
France. I England, w bile 
studying Q Cambridge I'nivec- 
ttty. he Bde a rrputatloo m 
a young h velut and poet la 
RusaUn i 3 French during 
the mOs I He has also be- 
come a i • • stylist In Eng- 
lish. and ^ now an American 
rittxen. • .q - Riuaian liter- 
ature at ti rnhrrralty m 
weD as !: - books whirii 

Btemhly I ji hb IHerary 

statvire * b Hi* mejor hobby 
b butt'- ‘U Etoit summer 
he lakes ;J wife and son to 
Colorado H a coUectlng expe- 
dliUm. 


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CRIMi CORNER 




TW t s- 

ftltl By 
ner M- 
Perry h 
with hocni 
eontractf- 
public rela 




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“Not THE CewMa aai er WMSetweO!* 


cameras, I 
district s' 
job Llcw 

Ajugeles - 
heir, and 

Bsflif 


^ of the ralente 
I ■ Stanley Gard- 

'll '- 's 57th tengto 
51-^ involves junior 
jaltvei and senior 

g na expert <ds«d>. 
b, firearaia 
trials, bhiaienng 
and on-ihe- 
k' t Tragf of Lea 
•if The gang's all 

I - fia*. 

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i'tSnrtfef J 

I JAN’. 11. IMP 





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They Were a Tough Lot, With Guns in Their Hands But No Match for the Courageous Young PoNceman 




TAU^ AKK MAINLY popubiMl bj wIm raoroM^y point to u *YT* 

J In Ib^ir ramr; »omrtbiB|c the band port NUton rnlled "tliat ponpr nhtrb 
erring men nUI chnnre.** 

I^ooklng bnrk over the fnmonn rrimlnnJ cnAen. hi^'niinbly yon find Uiere'r 
n point where blind rhnnre throw* n monkey wrench Into an otherwise 
watertight piece of pfauining machinery. 


Vp on thr ScoltUh border 
yeors ago. olmoot unkbwtlfl- 
abW p»ece« of femal* remain* 
were found here and there in 
fuliie* and ravine*, parcelled 
In ne«-«paper. apparently 
loaned from a car window. 
Baffling* Not quite. Tha 
wrapper* turned out to bo 
from The tame afternoon edi- 
tion. leading the police to a 
to«m in the Engliah mMUnd*. 
and the ultimate conviction of 
a murdering medico, called 
Buck fluxion 

McDougall. *lnl*ter. be a rded 
figure 1b Cngtaod'* Jdoat 
Farm Mystery dbocid year* 
ago. miaae ' up when he ex- 
plained to the police how 
month* before he'd driven his 
miaaing wife to • Uttle Eaaex 
railway station to catch the 
afternoon train to London. He 
forgot one thing: there waan't 
an afternoon train that day. 
It atarted a auaptcion which 
ended when Mr*. MCDougaU's 
body was found — at the boC- 
lorn of a duck pond. 

Here on Varicouver I«iand. 
perhaps tho biggest murder 
mystery o( the half century 
was cracked when a suspect 
■aid he was home all one day 
• • . and forgot the tciephono 


company records. He'd put In 
a k>^ distance call from Sid- 
ney. 

Just after the First World 
War. a Glasgow teen ager told 
police how he had supper one 
evening with hie widower 
father, went to a movie and 
returned to find dad blud- 
geonod to death in the teno- 
meni bed sltiing room. On the 
table police noted the dirty 
dishes from the evening me«L 
Yet the boy was strested and 
convicted. Why? Mlnuir spots 
of blood on the Uble under 
the doth showed the supper 
story to be a blind Discovery 
od a well washed hamnwr in 
the kitchen, traces of blood In 
the goose neck under the sink, 
all led to a confession. 

McNamara, of New West- 
minster tbnk robbery fame, 
ran Into trouble 50 years ago 
when the get away car h* 
stole from T. J. Trapp's gar- 
age was minus some spark 
pluga While he and the gang 
struggled to start It. a by- 
stander took note of them 

Perhaps the greaiesi ex- 
ample of pervenilly of Fate 
happened to Arthur flouke tn 
England In the late aOo. Ar- 
thur decided to rrimpletely dia- 


IN THE BAD YEARS, CRIME FLOURISHED 


M was early spring and 

veterans were returning by 
trainloada through VancouTer. 
while ail over the world the 
ttmes weened out of >jlnt: so 
much so that somethL'-.g akin 
lo re>olutlon was In the air. 
with strikes, riots and ftreet 
fighting In most cttie* of 
Europe and North America. 
Bui crime still flourished, 
•apertally in Vancouver . 

Douglas and the Pnces were 
no ordinary ‘ run of the milT 
srooka; th^ had finesse, and 
they had plana. Plans set up 
by somebody in Vancouver 
referred to vaguely as ~!he 
Cokmet” a man with contacts 
M the Far East, and all set to 
being in a maasive shipment 
of narcotics. The big liner 
Empresa of Russia had Just 
been handed back to her 
•wneis after war transport 
work, and was heading for 
Vancouver at the end of her 
first peacetime psaaenger trip. 
She was due to dock the first 
week IB April. Some detaila of 


“the colooel s ’ plan we know. 
.Some ne don't. Bui ever alt 


hangs a lantaluing air of 
mystery. 

The drugs, fimono worth, 
were to be packaged In oitdtin 
and thrvjwn overboard from 
the Empress off Tape Flattery. 
It was up I-- the Douglas Pnce 
gang to retrieve the load, land 
It In Vancouver and collect 
their expreM charges . . , 
fi' fxio tn cash. 

Naturally a good, seaworthy 
boat was required and in mid- 
March It was selected. There 
was lo be no violence, no allp- 
up. and a strict time schedule 
was to be followed. The col- 
onel sure of hla helpers. ITnal- 
Ised the plan In the last week 
In March In ■' Vancouver 
rboming house. 

Oubhouae of the Royal Van 
couver Yacht Club In those 
days was down at Cbal Har 
bor. Just at the beginning of 
Marine Drive that sweeps 
around Stanley Park and post 


Btyision P' Tlw bt ■ ::ng. 

which loc!'.'ite«j quarters for 
the '3terakei' in land- 

scMpeii ?■ near a h'-r-r- 

•hoe.»h«r>;: .■:.vwa>. North 
of the J!!'. •".»> na« ihe s|>4r 
house, with up^taim living 
quarlem t<>i the ae-'^tsnl 
caretaker AH— r: McDof: .M 
Bar ai- . k»-r T<*m Ken- 
nelly. e«n *^il Nav>- *i--:. 2 la 
yeoman “..fiday nJjht. 

Mar«'t' ; :i 9 _ Kennelly and 
hts v--»- :iYi • .wfiYiphony 

concert. ard as eu?;..m*ry 
rowed aci -..;. the bs> , tied up 
their skiff tni: ri:*^ht a Pen- 
der Strre' tram. 

McDmuld. hl« daughter 
May, and Mj> b young man. 
H. A. Cand) of New Westmin- 
ster, wrip m the spar house 
quarters pH vMg cards when 
about II o'c!^ there was a 
knock at the da nc. McDon- 
ald dropped hie hand, and 
opening the dr-r found on the 
Ihrsehi'ld a wei dressed couple 
who had a pr .-oiem 


OUT OF THE GLOOM, A GUNMAN 


II eee m a tkal late that af 
lamoon they d hired a boat to 
row around the harbor, and 
alter duafc tied it sp. When 
they came back later to re- 
toieve the boat, they eouldn't 
find It Somehow, in the dark, 
rtdiculoua aa It seemed, they'd 
lest their bearings. Could Mc- 
Donald help them? 

Hw caretaker took there 
downstairs and out on the 
driveway triad to point out 
the lay of the land. The 
aouple seemed to think It was 
at a stono ar eement Jetty 
they'd tied sp their craft and 

8 idU}t (CoUinldl 

81'NDAY, JAN. U, >Md 


wanted to know where that 
could be. 

*nothmg like that around 
here." said McDonald, 'but It 
might be further north aloi« 
the park driveway Maybe up 
near the nine o'clock gun 
shed.'* 

By this time the trio had 
walked slowly north of the 
qwr house around a driveway 
bordered by a low, iwatly 
trimmed, p^vet hedge. 

“It seems to me that It was 
somewhere near the big 
wooden arch. ' said the woman, 
as she stopped to ease one 
shoe and complain about the 
endless walking Huy'd done 

Arch? It gave M< Donald a 
sfuo. *That must u the Luae 


hriman « Anh ' he '•■marked. 

» ,,wsy an :rd the other 
akie of H--r\u,n About 

a mile and a If fr, rr-. here • 
“How do we gel there?'' 
said the husband 

“1 11 you ■■ - * d the 

obUct^cg .M< fionaUl and led Ihe 
way up to Ihe paik.diive He'd 
enly gone a <k>/en tfrpa |n the 
aemlgk»re. when a man step- 
fwd out from seme 

lrn»« rev.,.:w_; hewt. 

“Alright, atay where you 
are.- snapped the stranger, 
«>>d keep your nut of 

)«ur pockets *• 

The dumbfounde^l McDonald 
looked at the young couple he 
was fuMting and was even 
more peipleaed The ijur- 


THE CASE OF THE 


A Tru0 PoHc^ Story By i'ertl Ctork 


appear, so puked up aa drlv 
Ing companion an old man 
whom mdwidy would misa, 
piled him w ih whiskey on a 
drive to Lei- .' :ter. then burned 
him up in an auto fire In a 
deserted countcy lane at mid- 
night. >o perfect was the 
plan that to ihiA day no or>e 
knows the victima Identity. 
Yet Route was caught and 
■ hanged Fleeing from I h e 
midnight conflagration he 
had the bad luck lo run Into 
two farm laborers returning 
from a dance They ahouktn't 
have been there Thus chance 
•topped in and took a hand. 

One of BC.'a best planned 
criminal capers was fouled up 
by* chance back In 1915 Frin- 
cipalb In the job were tall, 
dark and blue Jawed Wesley 
W'llllam Df > 9 ias. and a Mr. 
and Mrs, Sidney Price, Price 
was a stocky rharacter. with 
fair hair and an engaging 
Tnanncr, and Tike Douglas had 
a criminal tr.: -rd. Matching 
Prices i.': - iciant attitude 
toward lito was '• i* 19%e«rold 
wife. BLi tie. a tail gum- 
chewing h'" '• who claimed 
to be a p.. -- • laughter, but 

whose famiiuinty with gang 
land was a; t^ith the 

parv^- . i,. . 


haired husband, with Ihe snap 
brim, grey felt hat had whip- 
ped out * length of sash rort 
and pre^eeded io tie Mrlion 
aM's hands behiiwl hla bark. 
whUe the holdup man pawed 
his gun III the blonde wife with 
a rrisp. "kerp him covered.'' 
and ^uh a gag In MrDonald’a 
mouth. 

The trio, If you haven't 
already guessed, were Wesley 
Ik'uglaa and Mr. and Mrs. 
PrUe. 

Price then slipped off Me- 
DunakTs leather beh. and loop- 
ing H around the caretaker'a 
elbow*. Hncheti it light. It 
was Just then ihat the head- 
lights nf an auiemobllc swung 
around the curve. 

“Get 4B front of him.’* or- 
dered Douglas, “and make aa 
though were talking in a 
group," 

The group went Into an 


'MAKE NO NOISE . . / 


Back al the spar bause living 
quartrre May McDonald had 
Just begun to wonder what was 
keeping her father when Ihe 
dour opened and In walked 
Price. Mlaa McDonakTs eye* 
widened as she glimpsed a gun 
In his hancL then her gaac wan- 
dered to hla blonde female 
companion. Over their shoul- 
ders there was a alrsnger 
standing In ihe halt 

“Okay." aaid Price tn the 
couple In Ihe room. Make no 
nci-w and nothing will happen 
to you. ' 

Handing the gun lo his wife, 
he took a quick look Ihrc :-irh 
Ihe nearby bedroom and kit- 
chen. • 

“All clear. Cap.*' he caDed. 
and Douglas stepped In. “We 
had better take them with us." 
he ssM quietly, then added. 
"Fix Ihe phone.” Prke stepped 
out to the phone tn the hall 
and expertly snipped the wires. 

More cord was produced and 
Gandy's hands were tied be- 
hind his back, then he and May 
McDonald were prodded at gun 
point down Ihe stairs, along the 
driveway to the pik'h black 
yacht landing. At the end of 
a long float Hay Ihe 70-fnot 
cruiser IphU and when the 
quintet reached Its side. Candy 
noticed three or four club bogs 
on the floet. 

The Iphla. built of leak In 
Hong Kong, had qeen bought 
the year before In Victoria by 
the Powell River Company and 
was normally used by company 
executive Norman Lang. Per- 
manent skipper was Cap*. Jaa. 
H. MrliCnnan. at>d Billy Green 
was engineer Both had been 
down at the that after- 
noon but were now at their 
homes. The big cmlser loomed 
dark and deserted, and In the 
ominous atmosphere May Mc- 
Donald asked nervously about 
her father. 

“He's alright. ' <uiid Price ; 
a companionable lone. "We 
Just tied him <'p.“ 

The trio seemed to be In no 
undue haste, and Piu-^ .;Smbed 
over the Iphls' rail with the air 
of an owner His wile folkiwcd 
hltn. Then Ihe pau houkHl May 
McDonald aboard. Nest came 
Candy who, unable to use hi* 


hsrMl^ had to be boosted up 
by Douglas 

'Hern V the tiace**’ said Priew 
to iVHjgtjs. and the taller 
gHirM-vd al h waterh. “A little 
behind but we'U make It up.” 
' (^•t a key lo open up?' be 
a:>krd 

V itr.: ui answering Price 
p' ked up a boathook and 
‘..1 the gtaaa skylight 
o\r; the mam saloon. He kept 
at the gtasA meth- 

• -!■ rtl'. until Ihe hole was big 
r *• then nnnrhatanlly 
ku ... g ta-- ever and dropped 
bel*.w Next there was a 
b!;,,. C'f li^hi In the cabin aa 
he vppeil on a switch Gandy 
u- :.<leir«t at the detached atr 
w tti- w r . H It was at] done aa 
If «trsh-g • iXioco bridge- 

• k rruiaer at midnight was 
a routine •««-currenre 

Do'iglvs motioned Gandy 
and hts ,.‘>'l to climb below, 
then he and Blanche Price fol- 
{••wed It was a spacioua 
- vk ' they found themselves 
In and while Mrs. Prli'e held a 
gun on the prisoners, Douglas 
and her husband went through 
to the engine room. 8oon 
Gand> heard a starting bar 
clang against ihe fl>wheel. ar>d 
a sihUant wheesmg notae aa 
the motor was turned against 
eotopresakm. 

"You're surely not taking 
us with you' ' protesiad Candy, 
who couldn't keep hla eyas off 
the muxxie af the gun the 
bkmde held. She eyed him 
cooly and gave him an enlg 
malic. -Whal do you think?" 

Tou'd better alt down." 
ahe added, and Gandy and May 
McDonald subaided on a Bear- 
b>- aeftee Came again the 
■ound of the motor, aa It 
fired once or twice, thm quit 

* * e 

The blonde ftabed a Cigar- 
ette from her purse with one 
hand, expertly snapped a 
matf+i aflame with her thumb 
naii and blew a atream of 
snw<ke arroaa the cabin. Then 
as If recoUecUng aomeihlng. 
felt Gandy's wriat* lo see if 
hla bond* were looacoing. Sst 
t*f>ed. sl.e perched t-,. a lablr 
end and Bmoki<:. 

“W'hal are you wotrying 


BLUNDERING PIRATES 


obetilrnl hitddle. until the car 
•Hung out of sight. Thrn 
Frif-e gave M« Donald a shuvs 
whi'h nprawled him on the 

gTM^ 

"Ivn't make trouble" was 
pTH-ev whispered Injunctlun, 
and )on wunT get hurt. " 

The l areiaker felt hla anklet 
hemt bixind. and after that 
I*o*e srsnHied him. removmg 
M. Dimald’s bUl fold with g?9 
In II. Then Douglas and Prue 
so^erl Ihe careiakar by the 
,.;...<il4ters and lega and tum- 
bled him down Ihe grassy bank 
Into simie bushes. 

' He'll hr alright there." was 
the comment McDonald heard 
“Someb«>dy wiU find him la 
daylight" 

Brforc they moved oat of 
earshot M>'Dfmatd thought he 
heard one say. “Who else was 
there"" and the answer, "A 
young leilow and a girt" 



abnur’” she rrresrked si ona 
•i«ge a* *Im> s*‘-diPf] the Me- 
rv.nai‘ fa«e “You're 

only g'qnc for a boat nde " 
"Yuu'U all end up In Jail for 
thik*'* aid May McDonald 
holly t«. r^ tui'li Pi»ce re- 

plu-H a “Ma)be “ 

F«v*e or TO mini:* --lipped 
bv a* ihu-e and lk»uglaa 
W' I-- died With the power 
plant. It was apparent to 
they weie having 

tiiHihle. 

In Ihe meantime, in the 
damp and dark bushes off 
Park Drive. Al McDonald, 
gaggetl and bound, w-aa stiU 
roiling to and fro on tha 
ground struggling to re'-ase 
himself Suddenl). at one 
stage of his exertions, hia 
waterfront trained fingers 
frit the "lay" of the knot that 
br>und hi* WTlalB And some- 
thing else It was moving. 
Working feverishly, finally he 
got It looee and slipped his 
hands tree By dint of 
squirming he managed to free 
hla elbows of the leaiher belt, 
then reaching up tore Ihe gag 
from hla mouth It was the 
work of soother minute to 
get his feet tree, then he 
heoded for the «p«r house 
Amasi Ihe dnvrwav he saw 
light* on Ihe Iphi* and fig 
ured the ga>ig was there Ha 
kept tn it>« sharkm* s* best 
he mold u'lill Hr rest hed his 
butktmg. then *ji«d 
to hi* quaile/v A t]U“-k lonk 
lhtr^:?h 'be vt- * it rr 'ims 

ai:u^ird bs": leaf* He made 
a rta*h lot Ihe pto rie ir. Ihe 
hall r-nly lu n dead 

D«-rsn Ihe ■ '•■5 two al a 
l»:-ie he b- «ied arm** the 
gt(> " fm Ihe mam huiklmg 
-.heie there was another 
I r.r 

To hia lellet It wa* woihlng 
oial hla ewlletl "Oi me the 


TkU was the settlog of a groieeque «eiir* of vlnietB acts and the undning of a gsng brrt 

spoe Isrgee nUe deviltry. 


pnltoe" got instant artum 
from Ihe -wiur.UMird girl. 

Next Vi l-T be hc4|d was 
that uf De%k Sdic;::;-l :*har1ie 
Yoixe -I I'^inkva .'Street polH-e 
head nitBrl,-; Mcfl ~«ld’B 


brealhleMi report ended with 
on urgent. *They re stUi here 
I>own on a 

Yorke Irw-ked amund ihe *' 
men present and norkled In 
i*i' hg Robert Kn«-x and 


E Proudlock. 

‘A gang to Ing to steal a 
b<> * tkrwn Jt the Cost Harbor 
>— club. TTiey're armed, and 
ifr re still therel ’ was hia 
I- »t directive. 


POLICE RACE TO DOCKSIDE 


Krtox and Pmsdlnck ma(% a 
rur;. f« lltc dt'<>ra:. ^ c- .jir* 
tater w-- ' highballing w#r»i 
ward i!::r.e H#*i--u- ' in 

a pfilice car Acr iM«nvilta 
and dr.wn PemkT 1 “.:'. flew, 
to ri-->a||y slide to tire 
burning hall tn the driveway 
of the yacht cluh wltere 
Mt-r>onald abKid ws:t;.-q| fur 
them. 

"Thev're down on that big 
bnai at the end of Ute fkiai “ 
d!?'«=rted the caretaker, "trying 
to start It up." 

On the boot, meoniime. 
Douglas and Price ~ oaled 
and cursed, the mott' only 
firing spasmodically * they 
swung the flywheel. Then, tn 
a lull. tVy heard Btaruhe 
Prices urgent voice from the 
sakion 

“There's a car at the dub 
hou*e" 

She studied It through the 
akvUghl. and a second later 
added an even more urgent. 
“It's the cops” 

Vancouver police at that 
time still reulned the fjiglish- 
type uniform and blue '’-^Invrts 
and there was no r,-.. disking 
the blue-clad, hdmeted 
figures who were rar-ing down 
Ihe swaying fluata lu the 
Iphla. Blanche Price snapped 
o'li the cabin light and in the 
glnnm May McDoiieid heard 
lier . j 1 inJunciK>n. Ymi d 
belter lie on the f‘ . honey, 
there may be some shooting “ 

H was ,al that pretiae 
iM.-imeni that May M. “ iW 
- :-=xrd to be of value aa a 
witness. She fainted 

If Prr-:"iock and Knox knew 
'lH*»r querry were armed it 
illdn'l seem to wuny them. 


and the former, hrsi (or' 
the iphla’ aide, vaulted to cr 
de«k and swept his fle * 'Ighl 
fore and aM. 

Then he caught Mghf of the 
broken ak) light anil • . In 
ohe hand, flash In the u'het. 
Btione ihc light ht Um 

Mc;r.:;j^e at the ap,..„^v}i 
of the pnitce. Do “tot I 
Prhxp had h%uled Ma> Me- 
IhmaM mto llie •- -..'.pxnlo;? 
way, and Bianclu Pik-- urd 
ered Gand> lo f*-|k-w. Thus 
the cabin was impty when 
Proudlni-li rxpkMed it bv 
flashlight from above In the 
darkened alleyway. May Me 
Donakt recovenil ftom her 
fainting speU, < ulv to find 
herself ba*k la >'h mKldle of 
the nightmare. From time 
to time, she ahtvered 
vutalvely aa sh« nouched on 
the floM al £k uytas' whisp- 
ered bWkllng 

“You won't get away with 
thw," woa Garuk % undertorw 
comment, but *-tily rrp.K was 
a boorae "Shut up,“ from 
Itougtas. 

"AlnghL cf-roe out all of 
you?" Proudtock mmmandod 
from the deck I:: the silence, 
nothing atlrmi 

The ray of flwihllgtd 
teU on a iuiiain mverlng a 
clothe* tkwet simI he spoiled 
the toes of a man * shorn un 
der the cut lain 

“You. behind the curtain- 
tome on out" was hla nest 
rommsnd TImt aiiues didn't 
move and I'loutAock figured 
maybe they weir 'empty. 

viiii sMmng hu tight below 
he to K'U * he*lclr him 

With a iMtI. 'Ftiuiw the office 
and get Mime ga% That'll get 


«h»-n. out "* 

D -.'I**, nearest to the cab- 
wstched Proudlork’a light 
p -"-ng the corrters of the 
’ Behind him Gandy of 

f- • ' an ominous whispered 

I (km't want any of 
• -:.iff I've been overxeoa 
ar.d 1 know what It's like'" 

|i «pparenlly gave Douglaa 
>m- ‘ 'g to think about. 
~ was a fairly new in 
nc.^tion tn criminal clrrles in 
111 ', r da\a but fresh In the 
puhile mind were accounli 
of mm gassed overseas 
Douglas dl^'t know that 
texr gas. capable of driving 
the «ll••flccAt man out of 
dfr ;s i« jelatively harmlcNe. 

“You mean . . .?" the would- 
be puaie left the query half- 
flf ibhed 

You wail uU you staD 
itj.ir.g your guts Up”' Was 
(i== *;- * fierce and colorful 
ai.^wei “It 11 kill you?" 

The dcM-iipUun worked, for 
rwxt action was dr 
ci'iv^ he touted hla gun tn the 
ivnlte o| ttie rabtn with a loud 
“Okay were g<vh>g up 

- don't shoot”" 

I'nder ihe sfMitlight gtare of 
Proudlnck's fta'sh. the quintet 
filed iniu the cabin sr^ one 
bv (me ih'nbrd lo the deck 
’•<tar ll'e watchful eye and 
: 'Wavering gun muxrle of PT 
31k Jatoe* K Proudlock. Bark 
of him by this time ranged 
two othfr armed men whe had 
'arrived on the scerve, Deiec 
five* !>lck Quiik and Charley 
Tuley. Latter, seaidiuig She 
cot . Hm^v found a iooded gun 
which btarvehr Price had 
cached under a pillow on her 


way out. T i( gnps on the docii 
were v- | and In one waa 
found a H wave radio trano- 
rmiter. In If a receiver, 
aral In a ' k a chart of the 
Gulf of < ' 1- m and Strada of 
Juaa dr Ih H On the chart a 
iwncilled ' ii had been run 
l♦*'m Var fi v« s First Nar- 
rows to a p im a few 
off Cape nS'tery. t<. 
a pencilled h ; - •^^^ting 
place' 

^A day or H o tater the giant 
I; nprm of . . moved Into 

PiM* D. ha>> H by waving dock- 
side (Towdi after her first 
peacetime f.' •nvParifie irtpv 
Fbllowed t » u«uhl stem to 
‘^Urn sea.. '• lor contrshrand 
by cualoms </ dae agents. But 
w hat they h ere looking for 
was natng M falling on tho 
I M ii»r sw n an oiUkln<t>e« 
• red packsik which would uP 
1 imately k: 1. or be wa*hed up 
on r>oine loeiMy beach. 

Prtce. andi Is wife Blancha, 
with Wesley k . las. came up 
b*r ttUU a h or two taler 
at Ihe Va H ver SpDng Aa- 


si/e' Hiarge«i'L (h robbery with 
viulener Flli after all, had 
they not «pired. with 
\ K/lenca. to t M Al McDonahTs 
wallet contaliing S?9‘ 

•Douglas, b Obvious leader. 
wot 10 yeatf Piho got seven, 
and hts - ~Mma><are blonda 
wJe drew tH«-e year* to be 
«-pentata Mrt on the essteni 
» nd of Lake huarlo Kingsioo 
Penitentiary 

'*OperatkMi| phis" was wsiP 
planned, ex 8 I for one (hingi 
Chanco. 

Maybe It w^ by chance that 
SMiney Pnce m t tie a kimc 
that restated t taker McDoo- 
akfs fingrts : Bui the biggest 
< banc* waa ti(.ce they eouldnt 
foresee. It » - that BUiy 

iliren, the Ls' ^Bhlreburw 
engineer of t« e Iphi* had a 
nHWt peculiai hatot. Juat be- 
fore he r-- k up the «hlp- ho 
always I. H *. the Igrtiuop 
wires? 

8«UB <rr’1sn''‘ti 9 

Ht'NDAY. kAN. II. ISvIO 





Angela Clarke Came Out Fighting 


Nearing the 200th Anniversary' of His Birth, Scots Will Homor 


turtd Ir. "M 
“I : T»kr 


\t ki “Si 

•nd *’i» ' 


tmpori 


::;i ihe -it) i« to 

• arlf. a %r 


Actress, Singei 
And a Dancer 


trr »«p-' • Jxr!-, worth" ‘ i#. 

1> : a* A 11: in that 

inky dark-^ where tki 
5 -d n »i he*'d It at *>«• 


irwifhly 


complaint ahoui — . «n4 

wtiOr* typed ■" iw» and har 
acler* fe” # or.r ■ - r Jjka 


unoerat irwl 


meat 


tl«*ar > 

iZinat irrhniqut 


r pri (orma 


Bv BI- RT BINN V 


‘All all Bv:* - ipp> and ” 

T>": *i:'41e him like a 5k- •• 

A -' *»t no Irate -;-rt 
Inf at Ml N«ah a*^ an - -‘nv* 

N««t- In hie ur ■-■.r.ventfc'--“Ai w •. * - 
that rieed • n§ 

Wf 5k -!s and for bui 
poaea a la anyone an>-where wh 
have ai Iraat — Scottl - -- I'pt 

velrxa • f;.. : Robert Tl^.. a , 

ful -n‘ — Mai maullnc In re- yea 
the iT r,,prtint elaim of a manufaci 


TT mist hm\t be«i a It woa mot 

■“ •voni'tMiM-d by the IR( . the AAl or, iaderd, by 
maybody at alL Nat FVi^cher na« not mox rd to 
reaine btH ruK r«tiac* aor retKauiK rhampioiaa lo 
borotne u»ea.«y. 

It did -xon take ptare In purauitt have hrt ; 
a (here were ao 

aev'omt r.n referee and no 
to M for ttw knock- 
du - But there were apec- 
Utora to whom tbe whole 
affair wo*i as murti a aur 
prise a» to anybody- 
It took ptace— trtafly— on a 
atage at Van<JertMof. B.C., 
aome 15 year: ago. One of 
tbe attrartiona that evening 


WelL An^r*la 
with a '‘lU 
technique bark |n Vanderhoof. atiU and live 


If began 


aland 


SUNDAY CROSSWORD PUZZLE 


Herr Bume. tbe pnet. Used 


a knely «swtotr7' 


\jigeU la boir* a 
an artreoa ar^ ' 
in dancing Here 
aiudled vr" r 
Roberto Wood and. it the To 
rijfTto ^ofMCivatory. with 
George Lambert. 

She waa bom m Vi 
but her very early ^ . v 

spent In Pri.ice Ce and in 
V^nderboof. Bo< ‘ the 

■ ap((al. abe attended y at 

- loxerdale -./ntral a.- vq-*** 

malt High Rr. , . \\ i:. 

- ToforMo. Vl«m*r- ■ ai ■ Nr* 

‘•thor''' _ -u . • If 

m>i if. abe ‘ aUo 

studying. 

Sin>e graduari ’ f f 
FsquimaJt Hig*” 3l •. “ra 

:be participated -n». *i/v 

ally in arhool id 

allied artal. Ml-- = ■ 


ranted 


former who fUahed the lai. 
many louj comera.- 

That warm numanlty wh 


symbol around 


i* ^"^r^tenatlc 

s bent pwea morh 
p<*as - > Ilf de\ el- 
sharp *«|g, of 
- of a harsh and 
not rail avKf ant 
• Irrr gle forct 

■ I briHight under 
-^ness that were 

■ llgion The twit- 
: otir (aahlonable 

Utrie aoria) and 
sicHlv alongside 
Mtire that In the 


of Scottish Preabyterlanlam a 
lo Bums, for he helped . 
opment by ctitUng with the 
poetic aatire the reatrlcUnf 


ingrown rellgloua attitude. )t 
to claim that more than any 
it waa Bum*' poelk satire 
control a harshneaa and a na 
coming to dominate Scottish 
teiing indignation of aotne 
modem poeta who go in for 
religious ctltlclam looks ra*~ 
the robust satire of Burm 
kmg run proved const rucOvs 

BVT W1 ARK I NPAIH 
him primarily ai a reformer 


rr lb IMiREiy one of the ‘n 

ary history tut on one ev:.. of e, 
large groups of men ran throw ih; — -f 
a freray over a poet whose p>*elry > 

them ever read and about -5 -b 

remer-.ber except a fe^- th. 

citched bit; Bur '' poetry, of 
easily read triiy but, with a lutle w 
a g{.- -^r> and a httle attentl 
even h|» moat apostrophe' ' 
read with underetandlng ari.i r 
For example with shout a 
tun work Tam o'Shanter, 
richly pr«rm* In all liter: 

wtfh great delight 

Bt — pCTtry, when we m 
undpi-sland It. is seen in be do- 
f‘ tr‘ humaneneaa T 
••preclev^ and very little ariif 
his w«»fk AJ'^ouc Huxley 
him with ts=5ng a 
**Roben Bums after Cha 
teniKHJS and t 

KarTTy*ni»*M»M of a 

As John Bueh?-- the 


ROBE RT Bl 
sf “ImmortsJ itwm 


rsthet 


urote. 'Buna, with a 
fieedom . soul gavt r .ttand her own 
r. R. ->lii*' cd up much lolly with 

of poeirv. t - • .j In , . .>mrr..--. 

"y : Mg element* in the national life 

THKOrtiR Rlw FOrrKT Bums was one of 
fresi riguies r. the hisfc-ry of i..igion la 
*' »d A. G Reekie pointed out a fr-.-. yesn 
> th=* ••Cslvi*-‘-T- at the mkldle of the 
hieenth ce—";. tr. .--:land had 
9 a of terror and torment, and that 

»aa Bufi- “raised great gvtau of laughter 
1-5. i*cpt the h«- • terror jt of the Hr .ve 


Milker's "-iUtifs 
playing In “Hl< 
"«ileea" 

and. as “Con -le. 


r I prepara- 
f most 

read 


least pre 

, n.pL r.-:> snd 
r'- .U •♦'f pnets.*' 

laird Tweedsmuir. 


ie playod “Joy •- - .ist 

Lyrme*' as presenmt f*. M 
-;“hts at the Lar>g'z-^, • .art 
Theatre by that "Ken -.ri 
Company of per- 


Bums was “the re 


DON'T CONDEMN ORCHARD GRASS 


ANGt.l..A ( I.AX]kf: Players. 

She auditioned fc 

WM a dance by a amaU girl Induatnaa' Sii v 
and a ~itl boy and. srtuie ToatotTvw ' and pi 
tBgy at! oot qottc har 

gno-'‘ harmony failed 

lo itand up C'ere waa a dif 

ference of opinion aa to 
arh.etr ~ they shosUd take the 
hJgn - ‘ the low road, ar 
the road te B- -*ton B«t on 
one point they Were anam- 
■aods .,er «vaa done 

had to he -tone by both arvl 
ao. r ' bet--ig folly eonvlnred 
that ‘ or routine was 
the right one the daiue atop- 
ped and ttie fight began. 

'nils wf: of Mlaa Angela 

Oarke i; first appearances on 
any -* - • H .vaa abo the 
flrat-ar ‘ la;* -time that she 
aver ' ^ ~ had lo defend 

be; If <34 aRcmaUvely that 
She should puniak an kwub- 
erdtii<»*>^ portrwr. So. arhfle 
her ~-«*t may have been 
totally neglected, her artist i< 


.Hi'HAhl* 


^ high a yield of 
Akaroo — S- 37 . 

will 


jrea the gras* rematning la 
palatable *r i also prevents 
'' ’ of the legumes, 

moat of the new atralna frren 
CnglarMi. Denmark. Sweden 
and the I'nited .States have 
^ l«ted z- thla farm. In 
... :.erai the new imnrwvtd 
Lat^*- tn the ae#«*m ^raring 
■-i.;; he determined by the 
“^■■ge of growth of flw 
legumes Harrowing fo spread 
dn>ppinc 3 and clipping of sur- 
plus growth after gracing are 
n ecetwary pracncea to prcx*ent 
the development of coarat, un 
palatable dumps 
The p r ob l em of. oarly ft-i 


Water ly 


foiage and 
the winter 
-:»mplete 


used in 5 iy and paatiM* 
\ fslsivl 


grade 'A", fn the 1955 51 
FeaUval 

Angela aiou 

the Sodium J 
"PolUes. bolfig 


cereaj cr< i 


h- -xrle- 

■Ml by empkii lof proper 

plVi-tbeS |r 


appeared It 


ri nutritive 

*rt) grown, y ».n 
: conll'oj** to 
the dn sum- 
VI nio'i other 
w ►•lely adapt:‘'i 
i{ 5 - of kC,i ar.d 


\alur I 
the °{i 
grow I- 
mrr p 
grf'fr;' 
to a V 


grass. 

pasture. 


• . w iQ 

i* kover* 


Last Sunday's Solution 


__u.eO Ily - -red rape, 

ihan rt!:;*,r»s »t,e Airrinc flu-il 
ii orchard lleav^ fr'. ng 


rea*mg 


-•datiofi. 


ofien 


Hfrwever 


jw-,^ agro: 


rrllU'i*e-l forage pro;;”-.r;: 
on ses'-iSJ pnin’* B:Mng rally 
malui'i-^’ it often 
overmature prior to ‘j'lable 
ha> ihg weather ind the quality 
of the h*> ir kof.rred r r the 
same It :l.>e* not n-rri 

bine too well in mixtures with 
legumes aa the grass Is over 
matute betiur ;he legumea are 
at the proper harvesting 
«>age AbrMther ccmpUlnt Is 
that otchard grass bec 5 :r.vs uo 
palatable to livestock If gras 
inx la delayed, aaya the 5 vaan 
krhion Experimental Farm 
report 


1 * 11 .:; tr.e new 

. ineti-.; are worthy of note: 
AI:-: r^.sfwyth S 47 — i Aka 
|•‘il are early. vigr-~*.. .-—ins 
wry Birriitar to rr.m.r*oic com 
rr^mrtl m date of <na(unty 
&J 5 - are more leafy thain 
-rrCinary c<imrierrial and pro- 
dute superior quaJK/ hay. 
Herc-oles la a leafy, late 
maturing variety proifiKed by 
the Eapeiimontai Farm at 
ruiawa Being .two week* or 
more later matuiing than 
moei uther varletleo It com 
bine# belter with legumes In 
hay mIxturoB Hercules does 


1 This 
tf Mil ir. which 

' >4 blohrgl- 

•; In ttw 
In It resuha 
••"irl) nourished 
• of fhi* 
-I face dralnet^ 
.'"vtjved to 
irew I* more 
the bent-fllJ 


^OW DOWN 

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Bill and Sheila Foort Have Realized a Dream 


Their Acres Burgeon Now With Ardent Toil 


LABOR 




WINS HIGH REWARD 


WOODS 


PiU I* the f>U noathtfu**- l»omr. II h no« |i M>r«r» rrMnaM. a 4wHUikf 

f(»r «khmr<| nitHlMY Ivr mml 


C'untliMM^ frtim l‘ac» It 


pp^ Imra wa« buUt mllrHy of hunWr «itt la Bin 
Foart < owa mUL a n4llr. I. a aatenO^bora akara 


miih amcMHh alone* of aaried 
and eokMY from a 
nearby apii of land. Seaaobfd 
ablrr from the farm Une« the 
iKinc room and a apinnmg 
wheel that ram* aci<> at the 
Stale* lo North Oakcda by 
ruveted wairon and later lo 
B C. is a 'rcmveraation pteoe.** 

I^mb^liin fug> an the ro«>’ 
an «1 heie yt-i may fir^l 
• Melothe” playing with a to>- 
Mrhalle, boin the nui\T 

to the new hou^, U be- 
Tinning in loddie' 
i»ne «>r Bill a bariiain^ wa* When the .'sy i« .|nne. the 
.. table uw onl^ --nee. farm chore* .'•wall han again. 

Incut fingei off ■ id the ad lleneially ihe ^ij— •mer work 

veiuormeni Hill puts it to of tiie f^rm t- le*s demarMling. 

the moic ptarilcal u— -.f mak Of .n himim^f ome la 

Ing fiiFTiiture pre<terMnf i:r:- .-heiU't de 


i:.i»t wa* fi'Uiul lodged be l. . • ... 

^ . wif*da that B«ie Jrilet ear 

iw-een k>g* on the hea«‘h. An « «» 

Inner tuts- a :.;Ur» hfebeli, ag4in5t them. A lew 

to>f. and many beautl ya;-— frr^ the ftnat of th« 

ful rh.idrena «o.ks have twiiw Hi a natural alnngaie< 

drifted In ■Onl> Bill • wife cV-pre* whH h t U only 

will tell >«u -'-lih a smile “n a bii «.| iU_ g <>i«l and re 

la atw«>s j 't of eaiii' ahaping for the *tari of a 

Ne^er a pair' large •wimrr' ■ p«.:^I and ai 

Till* oW of Ihe /l..i*am * 
of the *— Id -V on fore\er. *" ■ 

Here tinder* are rightful keep *•* »•“'"£ - .-.nveited 

era. for 1 • monil!- and * '**'■ ' *’* 

m<le* KV- ”=-f l;..- ^ «g<- Fu»r maple* ahrady tower 

dtied then ♦ *ra rrf wikiitn f*’> irre* _r.d a light 

off ih”ir ‘ : ^ “-og ■:“! the ••• ilerr*-“ wrmd tmle- the 

wat<-. heme mi Ihiee Shelia 

diew the plan of the i\ room 
The *»U farmhiNiae Wa* bo«r» will. -npte iredr»H«n 
wretked of me lumber ‘pare for the gl^^* •••» now 

re«-bilme<l =id ihe rhimne%’ P.T!:i;is Den«*e <.af 1 'wevlrd 
pariuily tumbled in and Hk Suaan Lynn a« tr ' 
bri. X* *a\e.| for Ihe new jier- When f - i?..- houae 

manent home For ihia. Rtll will he hlghlighiod by such 
and Sheila I'hoae a gentle riv feature* a* a Sur-'-ih ttykd 
»»n a great flat field over firepUrr The ralw-.' hearth- 

looking the upper and lower stime and matching • *;;mney 
pavture* Their own aoiMo»>t will be liberslly .-rated 


The hMg aegkeSad orehard work in the wood 
haa been tilled and pruned. 1363 aaw lh« Kou 
leaving a variety of apples, the arose to thei 
plum* pears, cherry and berry Bill hired a luii 
hu*hr« to carry on until new chugged his flos 
sitMk replace* old. The kilrhea Iher north throi 
garden rovsrs an eighth of ao Channel which r 
avre. From Ihe sea the Foorta the west side of ^ 
take dams, oysters and cod. past Maurelle 1*1 
Saimun migrate up the creek Read Island into 
lo spawn. A spot Dear the and to the moufh 
falls has been marked for dam- *t Hyacinth Bay. 
mtng the atreafu la make a tractor met them 
iuiure lake whlok will be and brought the 
atorked with frtah water trout a small rtae of I 
In the woods ran be heard the from the original 
whirring A grouse and the 
running of deer, chattering of The first prol 
Squirrels and the audacious solved was water 
acaidtng of rrested blue jay*. 

The Foorta act-ompUshmants . 

In this short penod seem mh 
arutoua. Yet, when considered. 
all g>e imporunt factors were 
cfi their aide; youth, strength. 
vision, practk-abllty and unity. 

Ever since they stpried toward 
the fuUiUmenI of Iheir dreams 
they havT operat-^ on a “pay- 
aaweg*'" oasia. 

When the bou ht the place. 
the Koorlf. with their ifKkiler 
Katherine, were a 

tworo<imed locgtr's float 
iKMue at Deep Water Bay 
wnere Bill worked at a saw 
mill It w-aa her* they planned 
to btilld up a better bank bsl 
to tide them over the 
move to the larm and the be 
ginning development. 

During the two years following 
the down payment on the 
famt. Foorta moved thetr 

floating houae wherever the 
best wages beckoned. 

First, they towed their houae 

.^>pacstlon Head, where BUI 
earned a day. SU nuouha 

later he had a chance to run 
a cedar po^^ ramp at CampbaD 
fi soma Amrrtcaa 
Inieiesis .>o the family floated 
thetr hoL - acroaa to Vancou- 
eer Island where they settkd 
for a year. Later they went 
north again to Granite Bay 
for another eight montha* 


me Ml l*ower 1 ommiMsbm. home. At this time- Kaihw 
Bill and .Sheila not bHng on was a little girl readv lor 
their property when il»e puwer school and Susan Lynii was 
compan) were e-.rat>li*hlng doing tbr toddling. 

lines, sere mlaced out TK-r- k 

There are hundred* hf a< rea 

of evcellenl govrmmegt rang* 
BMI had g li m p S t d the naiu- 1*^ which start* a>H>i|t a mils 
ral a*— *« of the land In hia 'he farm it ^ U- $U 1 who 

youth Now as he suughl lo iiU'ked the Ab>'nJeeh Annua 
turn Ihe old hocne*ie«d into 
a farm he found himself en- 
dowed at every tura He boied 
on a land eager lo reward 
huabandrv No sooner had he 
cleared a tract of land than 
and feed grew lush In 
the aged and rk*h soiL 
A room was added to the 


Sheila warm small 1**1. hni!** And M 

aa esplorstory finger. 


nipper s«i«-ks 


breed tor hU sec » Ihr-w hardy 
caille slaying out ihiuugtioul 
some of the ftnr upen u inters 
frequent to ^uadi* 
average winter U 
abuvr or better. V*, 

Ust fX-STi 
cold with about • 
snow*, 
on the 


nd cfcunier for 
fnnel lot the 

e«es .\lao a 
to iau'Hlry 
-d an ample 
---ring of heavy 


lsipr-1 An 
Al degrees 
"'■t befor* 
was c'Vc epiionaUy 

•ne lout of 
but Ihe An rqp were 
gia/tog land 'two of 
the winter mor.ih- aqd were 
always tlie last to need lor 
Ihe baro. 

To haiveai some of the 
forest wealth of hi* l«nd BUI 
raised s small sawm*|^ on the 
left bank of the rM*>k and 
pcrweied It uliC. an enguM 
an old c-ar W*»i< itian a 
quarter milla.M feet «i timber, 
which netten dm limjHi was 
floated down the creek into 
the bay and .embled In 


.is jU years to 
from Ms no- 
ne fsivn ue en- 
Shetla. but 
work at better 
than at some- 
lover 


THE KING ANSWERED THE CALL 


gKITl^H nwmarrh* are 
generally rmbalmed lo 
reverenttal offlcinJ b | a g- 
rmphle* after their deaths, 
and nnw George >'l has been 
set oa Ihe sbelf beside hK 


found ht~.r-'*lf faced with Itic 
protilema of kingship for which 
lie had never been tiained. 
kiftcr Ihe rrile of the mnnarrhy 
is chiefly one of precept and 
example Oemge Vi's strong 
cense of family decorum and 
siilct adherence to protocol In 
time irsioied ihe na‘!yns re- 
epeti tor the thione From all 
ihls Mr. Wheeler Benrett has 
lashkuced a blogiaphy which, 
while vverkNig (he whole 
•voids maitnorrakxjng the 
nan beland tlie m^na^c'^ 

One of ttie scirprlset re 
vealed m (tie twedt IB (he 
King s unuscMlIy pes tmiallr 
ou(Mmk lilt COM e«(amd*mce 
and pnvaie disiw^ . which 
the hook dtawF ge~:*rousl)T 
again *iid again ilivpl*>s his 
trndcMicy lo :ee the dark side 
« f things Me waa, of course. 
minwAvuiaMv shocked by Ed 
waids hehaviot m renouncing 
the thiiMir lor krve of s com- 
moner In dennitMng the epi 


«odr his diary bristles with 
words like “dreadful." '‘horri- 
fied. ' and '1 broke down and 
vohbed like a child" <when 
letllng hiK mother about it' 
The coming of war bore out 
hia worst ffar* although, para- 
dnxkally, he shared f^me 
Mimvtri c'liamlierlaln’* feel 
Ing ihai the Munich Part had 
avecied war. When the bubble 
burst and a new prime minis 
ter had in be chosen. George's 
first rhoice was Lord Halifax. 


who, foriiinaiely fur Britain 
=r.d the world, declined It on 
(he ground (hat he was a mem 
her of l.'ie Hoasr of Lords. Hta 
*ec«»nd cdKiu-e (ell on Winsioic 
Churchill, a political maverick 
but one who had the confi- 
dence of’ihe ■ .niry. In fair 
nesa to Ge<'U*e. it did not take 
him long lo d.^over how 
pri\lleg«-U “ was to have at 
his Ihe vtest of aU Brit 
sh prune m niviers. 

Mr. Wheeler Bennett ad 


durcs some i; '.nating minu- 
tiae of George^ f'B prlvutr life 
He had. we Ham. “an eagle 
eye which ,, awe and 
sometimes m to th:r*f abopt 
him " No santi ■ I irregularity 
e cuped that e. He itnre 
chided a pipe> for having Ihe 
pleats af his >■ t pt: «rd the 
wrong way . ;> nd. After hia 
daughters w> ij g he wanted 
lo know w^y ' -.ertaln adiruraJ 
had omitted tii wear a twoid. 

He saw k nship ior> as a 
duty to be f il filled w,;;. ih« 
same srrupulii s {-uftectiieas. 
That was whf- he never for* 
gave hi* h • r fc. .ng 
depaned fnirr|lhe code Cnr- 
tamly history will n*vei be 
able to say of[ If-orge VI that 
he failed lo . vwer witen the 
call to duty . 11 ^ l^tcM MO 
page* are pt c of that 


of Sleepy I Ioll.es ; g^iKl of 
timber can " Jr.sn a 

great AKfnrtt ;;r- whlfli ln.| 
laid, felled since betme Hlil 
was born, neai ihd faUn 
I>r»pite the nur.v j-ari It liad 
Uid Iher*. the log wa» m 
perfect condl<.‘'^n snd yielded 
feet of lunita^ vajtted 
al S225. 

I An addiiionaJ si.ufre of 
wealth la ra^ up by ||ie tuw. 
A beachc'imber B llcdncc - 
, Which i ‘»is S3U and $l0 ea<-h 
>»ar l..i renewal aUuds any- 
■me to lake tkJewster finds 
for his .iwn use. Driltwoud. 
much of it frt .JkuI log ends, 
split an ! piled for furl L^* 
j lost from booms in pudden 
I squall* are taken up thf creek 
to the til. wher# they 

soon hecrjire gleaming lumber 
stac-ked f... future bvlUdlng. 
Two or fhtee plywood boats 
have drifted in. A snuU. 
deeply esrvfd rsmphorwond 
C’ont-ludrd CM Page IS 


Jcihn Wheeler Benneii's s(«iry 
of hk nfe. .As king he 
retgnr'd frvMM hk wnes p ected 
arresslcw hi IMS lo hk 
eqiMlIy nnetpe-ted death la 
IMf. a period of Id years la 
which ha restored to the 
manarrhy the prmtige It had 
en>»>ed uatll his elder 
icrtHher, Edward %lll. jarred 
M w Ith KU shdlrstloa. 


THIS WEEK'S ANAGRAM 


(1) GAME J'l.l k K( B yA|( Al> ??* 

(S’ Ke:NT " NFLA " " 

(Si BKAT • IRf; " 

(41 .^AIL • UKK " - 

(Si TOk-k ■ tMH * e 

H ahi U wa to today's aaagrsms are printed oa Page t. 


Gentgr VI 'lu* uwn given 
name was Albert' was a sri 
M'us. meticulous, high minded. 
purpiiM'ful. rather ummagl.Ji 
live man whuar sense of duly 
came to the it^ue when hr 


12 

SI ND.AV. IAS U, IBM 


fiaily 

SI'N'DAY. lils. 1 







When They Buried Old Jim, Cutty Sark Was There 

Tm tW »^I|M 
Tfce l«larMl«*r. 


T* tW »^I|M 
TM l«larMl«*r. 

I kM\* ine ^>4 whmt I tkkA b Mm 
f Hmm» immem lo«k from Uifm 
la Ha^ra »m 4 H ■m*! have h eea 
aa awfiti Irip wMi aaly the ThirM 
Male a* <. aptala; 

1 had hapeM la get thb alary 
pHateM a«M aeaM M la piy lUK-le. as I 
hanr he »€niM he aa plemaeg, hat he 
MeM three muaths aca. 

Ne realty aas a reenarhaMe aaaa 
•hr M« s«e. He sttU WfMl about ad 
Jreealag pnlUlraJ amrtlnya; ladeed II 
eaa he «aU that hla arttvHy haateard 
hla death as he had h««Hi dews la 
felaaatervhlre IratnplAff about Mm 
C oMwaW Hills sad gal s rhltt. 

After he aearty died wHb yetlaw 
•aver he left the aea aad speal his Hfe 
•rarhlag far the IrtMab govemmead 
ss aa e W -trir a l engineer, and laler as 
a r ous u Kaat. He alee was aa alder- 
Btaa aa the laadoa Caanty C'auarlL 
Rduratioa a as etiwoet aa ebeemlca 
wMh him sad a great deal W hla thne 
was sprat worhtag far better srhoota. 

Yours siarerely, 

OUVE L. JOHNSTON 

Mjr Dear Merd: 

cw« h tS ye«n old tinia 
^ sometinea tuuigs heavy oa the 
lihiMis. so btdiy I hav« hewa amuaiBg 
Hiysdif writiaf <towa tome ol the ad\ea< 
Ivres I had aa a yotug maa. hbe« I 
was aa engiaepr far the Afrieaa Ca^ 
aad as Christmaa k aytMi us aore mora 
It brottglil ta miad a Chrktmaa Day 
■aaay yean ago. whea, aa far aa I kaew 
then, my life wotitd he spent apon the 
aea. 

I krton \nu are Intere s ted in stories of the 
see so I thought you might Uhe this one. Of course 
there ta nothing so very out of the way about H, 
I suppoee. as such things happened often in those 
aid da>a yet it does aeem ia stretch the long arm 
of coirmdefK'r rather tar: ao much ao that at the 
time it seemed quite uncanny. 

My memoO' tor date* is not quite so good 
lately su 1 rsnnot just retnember the exact year 
when It happened, but it was In the late eighties 
or earl> mnetiei^ 

t have typed It out for you. aa alnce I got 
knocked down by a lorry In London and got two 
fingers uf mv lighl hand broken. 1 aeefn to find 
penmanship a tiring Job; and aa it k two years 
since thr miehap it looks aa If my hand Is not 
going to Impr'tve. but 1 can manage to peck It out 
on my oM t dn er 

It was m d winter thaf terrible day witen the 
old AfrtrH)- Cos. stesmship, the Fboe. was rroaa- 
lug “the lire. " llie equatorial sun was blaxing 
down on ihe snip aa otdy it can. not a breath 
of wind, ard on the brassy aea lu«t the alightrst 
ripple. It was hot! 

“OnJv a = ^per shirt bei¥«> ' ut artd hell.** 
remarkeil the vuung Acting •'1r«t Mate. “Aad It 
i^f bum«*d through.* replied someone, trying to 
lighten the ill tw>r\sdlng gkxMn with a bit of wry 
humor. Ari if ever a crew needed a btt of cheer- 
ing up ir wav the crew of the that day for 

ft s e e m e d as it we were doomert 

After s most unlucky voyige on wrhlch we 
seemed lo - bogged by trv>Ti»-‘e^. the freatest 
mlvforiune •*! all had itn«ic: M’-kwater fever 
had the crew ir Ms vile grip 

We had left our fine old •y.i'.-rr In a lonely 
grave at arwl now Jim, our voting skipper, 

araad>i > 

Bernaid Rduard. Jim. hsl (tom the age of 14 
sailed the - ••i«n seas In eveiy c-?:- •. »ty except that 
Of capt~ r -'rft nuw hla d*«-. p-- h!y hours of 
command, wne numbered ! ' . always fever, 
and r.:'*v ***’ bw^ler. devjit>.| of them all 

I HAD KNOUN Jiitf f<»i r.»an> years, first 
knder ver> diflererrt cflruiiwin.-.^ and a different 

Vtiilg (EmUitM 
Sl'XnAY. JAN. It, t¥^ 






1 ^/ 





^ -• MM 

Thk k Hie oM t ufty Hark, the ship beloied by aa 


■ ba served k bee. 


name, which he had changed lor very good 
reasons. Ae wrere dose fnenda and alwa^s spent 
our "ofr watch together. Even now thinking of 
Jim and bow bravely he bore the lernhie pain 
I csnrxM keep the tears from 

To catch what air there was we had placed 
Jim Ui a hammock as high up *- {tuasihle He lay. 
wracked with pain, tetimg me of a voyage in a 
violent storm aboard the Cully Sark, around the 
Horn when be was an apprenllre As the words 
fell slowly from hla parched aivd cracked Itpa I 
could see the pdde he had in tetllng how he. a 
me."e boy. went aloft to help furl the sails. What 
maiierid It that I had heard the tale many times 
before* I was the only orw who knew and under 
atond the love he had tor the “Cutty '* hk tin>t 
ship Only I understood why hU eyes would light 
up on the infrequent occasions when we met her 
on the sea lanes 

Elahausted. he turned his head and -ckinrd hk 
eyes a ntoment while I sponged his burning face 
wilh the brackish. tepM water which was all we 
had. 

His eyes opened and seamed i<> be fixed on 
something behind me He «truggled le sit up and 
over hl« twisted, pain wnuked fare mme that 
shadowy, slow amlle whlrh mearu so much, artd 
from hU tips caane a whisper. 'Vufty. Cuity 
Sark*” 

1 turned quickly, and there. In all her gh<y 
was the Cutty Sark: every sail every stretch set. 
and but for a slight list fore and aft. a slight 
mil, motlon|e“ , 

“A painted ship on a palmed sea ** I quoted, 
so unreal did she seem. 

‘'No. no" gasped Jim. “A living ship on a 
living - 

A po.-it to port and we passed Cultv rluse to 
her starboard. 

rp from her crew went a “Merry Christmas.* 
which fcM into a sb- ke»l Hence av someone 
pointed •“ • ■■r flag 

Yea. If V. IS Indeed Thrlsimas Day. but In our 

trouble we ! vd h-rgoirer, M: even the cook, who 

for pr«* :.id lv*m saving raisins for a 

“plum " 

In 11 m> ryes of .fim and over hla face as we 
pnssed M~ ;■> glowed such love aa one may 

see In r- u If 'jki >g at bU dearly loved wile I 
brought him glass and aa long as Cutty was 
In s| »--- kr>pr it fas* to his eyes; then he 
tlMftipnd ‘ r ft. and dr-ipp'ng It Into my hands said- 
*A'r-ir« Bill, but d«m t for.r'»t your promi^ " 


The glass, now old fashtorted and Humay, hk 
nary Acaiched on it. u one of my moat prUed 

possesslona. 

HI. HAII MWT our second male shortly 
offer our cafUain and now were short handed, our 
aciing skipper, a Liverpool lad of perhaps 2i had 
signed on aa ihird and had but a mate » tlckri, 
bur wiih <fod s help we flrull) paaaed up Ihe chan- 
nel In a roaring gale. 

We pul into Havre for shelter, and as we 
pasaexf up Ihe nver Jim passed away. Just before 
the end he placed In my hands a Roman Catholic 
prayer hook, saying. •Don! forget your pt-umse. 
BmI 

A pin marked the Burial for the F^ad and 
jlhe added words ‘At sea ‘ 

Then he aprtloglzed for brtng “such a nui- 
sance. saying. ' Htarkwaier is beastly both for 
the patient and his friends.* which 1! la. 

A fr*w words of prayer artd my friend was 
gone 

A brother and sister came over but did not 
seem gieatly Interested. They had iwM seen Jim 
for yearv *nd when ibey were told I had pro- 
mked him a sea burial, gathered up his effects 
snd retuftwd lo England. 

We sailed fm^ RoMerdam. there to ph-k up a 
captain snd males It was a rough passage 

Pa* g Dover the ship’s bell rang ihe en 
fines slopped. Ihe crew assembled and all that 
was left of Jim sewn in canvaa. in Ihe traditional 
way with firehars at hU feet, was placed on tha 
longhosrd. and at the words of the prayer Iho 
boatswain hficd the end of the plank and slowly 
Jim went down to his rest. A great son of 
Und gone to Join »he Throng of the Muiherland 
In her great Buri*! place 

An exclamation turned me There was “Cully 
Sark, half reefe<l. rn.fmg bv st full IN knots As 
she iMssed she dipped her flag at half mast in 
recognition of ours. 

The ships hell rang the plank was slowed. 
Ihe engines revohed, Ihe crew went to their 

dutlA« 

A.td for me? Shortly ^ter Jim s death “yel 
lowkck’ put an end to my seafaring daya. After 
months in hosiptal my health was ao undermined 
that there was noifllng for me but to take up life 
on shore as an electrlca] engineer, but I ahsll 
***» for hU ship, the 

“Cutty Sark.* 


Introducing: 



C*yOR«.R M< H 0 la» 0 \ 
• « . be la fesearclwr. 


Kvery geographical fea- 
ture oa Ihe coast has Itn 
liidhtn naif»e. Rome are 
based oa legead a ■ d old 
Miperstltkaes. or deschpUte 
of their charmrtertstk*s 
ahea approached from the 
«ra. Others iadirate the 
presence cM daageraas 
shoals aad treacherous car* 
miU, or. oa the other haad. 
good shelter. 

The name might ako mean 


STORY 




I 

A NEW ISUNDER FEATURE 


the 


COAST 


that certain berries and ani 
mab are plentiful in that k»cal- 
ily. flah in the sea or a n»wrt>y 
atream. grasses lor maktr« 
mats and baskets, cedar for 
'buiidtha houses and canoes, 
and tiw bark with which the 
Indiana matte tiieir blanketa 
and clothing. 

Examples 

t’eiuetet. on Ihe jvest coast 
of Vancouver Istend. “yult* 
means “a good landing place 
for canoes.” henm the intuHdt 
anu of Ihe cove, which was 
named YwclulL were called 
•nruclullahU* 

At Shushanw Bay. at the 
north end of ihr Island are 
extensive shelfftah beds. The 
' -*me ka d*nved from “Za 
aa*la ■' meaning ’a place poa 
sesaing curklex “ 

Ptinrr Rupert la on Kaien 
Island. When the rapuls in the 
channel at the wHiih end af , < AI“T JOHN H 4I.BRA?I 
the isknd run awlftly, owing ... be was an authortt*. 
t< heavy rains they fi»rai 
a**!timg wrhite kaim. acres in 

extent The Indiana call thk CharkHtex. Is a Haida word 


foam ”Kal«n “ 

Tanuo Island, m Ihe Queen 


meaning eel And so on. 

Many of th«-M original 


names or an adaptation there 
of. appear on our official maps 
and charts, and where towns 
and villages have sUkv sprung 
up. have heer adopted by Ihe 
pwt otiire department. Oihera 
in Mme. have received new 
names, the ortglrul Intlian 
names tranaiaied into English, 
or commenuiraiing the names 
of men and ships prommently 
asaoctaled with Ihe early his- 
tory of Ihbi part of (he ewaat 
An outatanding authoriiy on 
Ihls subyect was Captain John 
T. Walbran. master of the Ca 
nadian cnvernmeni lighthouse 
tender Quadra on Ihk coast 
Irom 1«9I to Ijmp His book 
“British Columbia Convt 
Names** was published by the 
Oogtaphir Board <g Canada 
in )»ri9 

Descriptive, authentic ac 
couma relating to Ihe oiigtn ot 
place ruimes on the west coast 
of Vancouver lalaod are also 
found in the remmiacences ol 
Ihe Rev. A. J, Brabani. a 
pioneer mtsskmary on the 
\Ve*^ (YMSt from JRSg to ] 9 n 
Pather Brabam's miaston was 
at Hesquiai. an Irtduin village 
m the lee of Kstevan Point 


Both have h*ng been 

out of ■. ...«tlon Mid becauao 
«f *he 'irr N • of lequesta r*. 
teivod h| the Cokmist for ^ 

Islander - puMlah a aenen 
of on the tMhJect. 

They lU be u niten by 
Oorge ■ -00 whose In* 
termHogj, and trfnrmativo 
sior»c« ...I the early history of 
thk have lrr»|»tentl> a^ 
poared ' thk magetirw. 

Mr N' Will not only 

quote fr -’v from these two 
MUt'.<irr^ V. aoufi but will 
re-lell > ■»■». of Inif-rest on 
land a->«- whtrh o><rurred 


in the M I 

I*" aiil»e*. || 

Some i 
by 


of nu of thro* 


Some i the pUn't- ilevTihed 
by <<r ■■ Wa'br.m and 
Father l\ i a<- a row uf 
Indian *•1 i- ka.“ have Mr>ce be^ 
«*ome } .'j r u« v Hinges and 
in inaiani* Tnodrro 

tow’iia. M ii' the sub- : queni de- 
i of thrv once re^ 
rnoie {—•#-*^ came aKnit. and 
the ■r f-'-j ’ant ro> they now 
play In ■ • ecnnoi'iv of BC, 
wiB be I ibed 
Thk { *■* starts rwxi week. 


h 

‘Comes Old January, Wrapped Well 


» ■ 


<«nes aW tenaary, wrapped 
weM 

“la maay weeds la beep Ibe 
eidd sway,* 

Spenser. 

H'llh the fevtlviiies of New 
Year over, we are ready, full 
of good rrsolutiona. to grsbt 
January. Ihe opening month of 
the new year which, in the 
first calendar printed in 
Eumpe k krtown aa Lauw 
raaand or chilly month. The 
name of January was taken 
from that of an Italian deity 
railed Janus, who bore tww> 
facea. one looking f<»rward. the 
oiher back. In hk right hand 
he earned a key to open Ihe 
new year, m hk left a staff 
which had belpe«] him in hU 
travels in the previoua year. 

In Smiland. New Year's Day 
Is observed to a tar greater 
extent than It la in the rest of 
the British lakes, and takes 
precedence over (Yirkstmas 
Iky. At one time every house 
hold prepared a waaaall bowl 
to tegake vtxitorx with hot 
•plied ale. The day kwfore 
II itmanay. a« il is calked, every 
hou^e (V > leatved Ihoraughly 
from alti to .cllar. so lhai 
not a speck of dust la to he 
seen on the holidsv Tlie 
r-ritea of fiirpl--e and stove, 
however must not he re 
raoved. or ihe luck of the 
house wtU go with them 
Refreshments for Ihe calker* 
are placed ready on the 
largrsi table scones, short 
hresd and cakes of all desrrlp 
tion^ with lea. aie and spictd 
wine. Every vi Jfor must 
bring a gift no matter how 
liiUIng ss an empty handed 
caller will be Ihe hearer ol 


had kwcli and the ‘ftmi 
footer ' to arrive will not be 
MbnMted if he baa f«r or 
red hmr. 

Twelfth Day* Jan. 6. at 
c-ne lime a common tusltc 
festlval In Englarid. k ako 
obseived in .HrotUtrd. At thk 
time, gifts are presented, and 
skMt on Jarx j. the eve of 
Twelfth Day. 

When pirw were first intro 
ducod In Britain they wrerv 
po(»«Ur gifia being ao ex 
pensive tkiat mew were ob 
ligsd lo give their wives a 
special allowance calked **pbi 
money* for their purchase 
and Ihew wvre uarful Twelfth 
Day gifts 

At one Mme Jaw € kimwn 
as Epiphany, was the day on 
which cropa wrere blessed, 
while feats were lieid arourtd 
bunfiies la sure sign of Hs 
pagan origin' By Ihe Church. 
It ts now cetebialrd in 
memoiy of the manitraiatken 
of the Christ to thr 

Magi, or Three Wise Men 

January 10. IIMO. was the 
day on whu h .Sir IbnvIand HUI 
iruuguraied “Penny Postage. ' 
a revnluikonary move whtcti 
has prnveil a ksm <o mankind, 
while January 13 k the feast 
day Ilf Saint VeronWa wl>o. in 
spjie of perseruikon eniered a 
nunnery and kiera m e its su 
|wr*«n. 

January Ift k Mie day dedi 
cste<i til St Faith, who was put 
In delsth on tkvat date ni A D 
The daughter «if wealthy 
Roman |«arenis. she wa« at 
tseked by the Hmprrni I'laud 
iu«. who threw her to hk wild 
hessts wliom ikiry say refused 


h> go near her After under 
going many loriures, ihe young 
girl W 01 he headed 

* * s 

J.AV|y>, HATf. i!w nun who 
pri levied Ihe steal* rugme. 
was bom on January 19. 173S. 
Ilka father aoki ships' stores 
and was himself much inter 
esied in marhinery. When 
young James was ukd enough, 
he eniered Glasgow College, 
where 'htt gqpius was recog 
nlsed and he was given a amall 
workshop for exp erimenl. 
There he worked on the rurti 
memary steam engine then In 
use. developed one which rev- 
olution ired industry and* trans- 
poci. 

January 30 i- dedswled to 5U. 
Agnes, a young girl who auf 
fered martyrdom at the hands 
of the ervei Diorlesun On the 
suppo s ed site of her death Hi 
Rome two churches have baeq 
erei-ted. one in«kte the city and 
one oulaide the walls The e>^ 
of thk day was formerl|l 
kooksed upi>n ss a tvdKlay and 
lellgkrHis festival for women 
and girts who. b> the use of 
charms and tneantsM'--.-^ were 
suppnae<l to be able to ftnd 
•ultabke hus^jnd* „ 

Jan 22 is .S|. \’mrent's Day 
A Spanish iTii.-txn he was 
cruelly tortuied bv hk couii 
iry-men In Ibe fourth century 
So wonderful was Mie courage 
with w-htrit he bore hk perxe 
cuMon that M Is aaid hts gaol 
era became mnverted to CTirls- 
Manit). Many chu:ches have 
been built In hk name not 
'-nly In .Spain bui In other 
•sHinirkes It on thU day. 
in the year ISSi. that Sir Fran 
CIS Bacon <Lord Vetulami. 


Jurist wilier and author of 
the fam«»us ‘ Essayv” was bora 
It Is lo him that we enve our 
prwent perfected meihodii of 
preserving food. Su Francis, 
wkvo lived in London, was kii 
the habit of taking a daily con 
stltutlonal along Highgaie, 
then In the heart of the evun 
tiy. where he passed several 
small laims and aottagea At 
one of these he often stopp*^ 
to chat wilh a womn wtio kepi 
liens. One winter's day when 
the gtcHind was covered wHb 
snow he was struck by the 
Idea (hat the extreme c«M of 
Ihe snmv might serve le pre 
snne teoristuffs. and buying 
some chhiiens from Ihe worn- 
an. he started expertreeniing 
Hk trends thought thk quite 
a Jokie and often accompanied 
him lo see how the expenmenis 
wvre proceeding One af them 
I'omposed a Utike verse on the 
subject: 

“Herliefv peckety. my flrw 
hen. 

5the iayx eggs for gentlemen 

Cenikemen come every day. 

To see what my tine hen can 
lay.* 

This has long since become 
one of our popular nursesy 
rhymes It was dunng these 
expeditions that Sir Franck 
caught the severe chill which 
led to his end. 

Jan. IS an important day 
In Briftah history, for on that 
date, in the year 1502. Princesa 
Margaret, daughter of Henry 
VH. became united in marriage 
WMh King James IV of Acoi- 
land. an evem reketarated by 
.'Scottish bards as “The Mar 
rtsge uf Ihe Thistle and the 


Rose." I 
blue erpsj 

p* : a 

England. 

Jan. 25 
portance 
the year 
w-as bom. 

SI. I'- . 
Ihe I 'V 
Jan. 36 tn 
MS bkhop 
hk faith, 
by hk If 

On J^ 
Charles : 
executed i 
doa. 

’Thk m' 
peal 
And se* 
A iHocles) 
And me 
The SOI 

k com mo 

Okurrs I 
saint on t 
the name, 
a very ok 
the day < 
turned to r 
tting and 
such aa h.-^ 
on the 
Christmas 
ditionaJ .*• 
This M • 
ChruMxaaa 
posed to f 
had luck % 
At one ■ 
was kepi 
horaea. w > 
released fr 
gives r\>- 

I 

ftrtlil d 

M NDAll 


was then that the 
of Si / ,drew was 
t: WMh the flag ol 

- another .day of im> 
Scniland. tor la 
759,' Rot^nt Bumo 

f-n . Mic e,itl»est ot 
.-•?». waft bom oo 
c-.;. t and isn'amo 
Kefusiitg In give up 
e was pul to death 
••w cou’>i)\men. 

30. ic-ji. KiiM 
Of En.'^iand. waa 
Whitehall in Loa« 

ar. ' Wore a 
•d beard, 

M-«s a docchty hero, 
r Innocent. 

-f ; as .Veio.“ 

'I I' day nf January 
iy krK-v ■ as -SL 
•'-** There la no 
f calendar beonng 
t k a iMile Joke— 

• r c bx now, being 
which •• c:ff»en re- 
' ir distaffs or spia« 
otkier (v^rupanona 
' ;■ and housework 
'•elfth nighi after 
•*>. when all ira- 
•fvltles are over. 

day on w hidi 
•-< ratK^u* are sup- 
taken down leaf 
’! Ihe house. 

'* St Distaff a Day 
•' a holiday for 
the an<mala w-era 
Iheir labors and 
feeduig 

[flnnift? 

J4N It. iMg 




Canada Makes Amends 
To Stricken Natives 


^.ANADA k |Myi«c strict atlcntio« to her KUtinto 
health proMcm. 

la Brituh Columbia, and the rr%t of the 
pro\loco, the federal Koverameol ha« made 
Strides la reducing the incideoce of disease anioac 
the aethe poputadon. 


Indians, of course, sra ac- 
aepted (or treatment In the 
general hocpiiali. althouch 
there an* special Indian hoa- 
pttals pr<'Ti.-iiiy tet up for the 
treatment of lubercutoaia- 
Che oneti'me preat killer of the 
rare 

But In the Far North there 
are feu treatment lacillUea. 
And the G ';lmn has been Juat 
as brutally alfe«-ied by mbercu- 
loaie a« tln' Indian. So it haa 
been nrce. *ary 'to establish 
special institutions for their 
treatment .<urh a one Is the 
CharVs Camsell Hospital In 
dmentoun ErVnonton. a sub- 
atantlaL three -story briefc 
building staffed by U nurses. 
15 donors; a dentist, and 
numerous other technical "hnd 
service aialt mi^bera. There 
Is accommndarion for 500 pa 
tients. 

To five an idea of the etfec- 
tiveness of ihf work of this 
and the other himpitals strictly 
reserved for the natlee popula- 
tion. glsnr*> at the flguraa: 


As recently' ss 1M4 the death 
rale from tuberculosis among 
the natives wsa 70H.3 per 100,* 
000 annually. Today, feuer 
than 30 per 100.000 die of this 
disease. 1 

Hospital treatment is the 
main /eason for this sensa* 
lional arhlevement. Hundiedi 
are flown to sanctuary . 

At Camsell there are facill* 
tiaa for the rare of anyona 
from a new-born babe to the 
very aged. 

Of the 500 patients nearly 
70 per cent are tubercular. 

Treatment does not end with 
the cure. There is a rehabiU- 
tatkKi plan which includes edu* 
cstional and handicratT trshv 
ing. 

There k Uttle doubt that the 
white man k responsible for 
the breakdown In the health 
of the Canadian nattves- lor 
many reasons. But the govern* 
ment is doing Its best to make 
amends. 


There sre sslhe rntrues la f sinsril hospMsl. as there sre la msay of the other inodta- 
dons treadng the aathe populaMoa esHuaivety. Here Narse Onyshfca tatrahoes owe* 
year-oU fS-tee Ting T iianiak. a Ihrhlag fjOilmo patleat. le the Jumpiag swing, which will 
help ^renctHea Ms legs. One tfsv the sturdy youngster will prohaMy hnal sraJ and drive 

a sledge through the narthlaads. 


Rational Film lUmnl of Canada 


Phoi€>$ By (>ar I.unney 


*i?ir 




ThU hs.<(>y iMlor . . . sad happiness Is a charaiierHUr 
mt the yjiklnts . • • b Mary Kdeioak from Hpent'e Bay. 
Hhe he’n«*es to one of the few retnalaiag tribes wiih-h <4111 

identify the ms elves with la- 

^ ; ; too marks. But the cosiom 

li e«tl9 Soimttal I. imlac popularity as a 
* Bl NllAV. JAN. li. 1PM mean* •( beauUflcadon. 




lb 




Tlik b a sceae In the day loh>' ward. There are good appHites here. aiM aoorbhlng food 
which will hetp Imlld ap res bU ace. Throe tilde people will go bwck Into the world W’lth 
the same changes of survUal as say other youag C'aiiadba. They ore as lovable s M of 
rmocsb ss yow'U Had aaywhere. .\ad the aurses adore them. 




W HOPE 


HEALTH 











Island forecast: 


TAephont^EV 3-41 11 


ICilUorM tv MSfW «r l>V MOf» 
arcutetMm . . , . »V 
SporU tv 9-TQOli 


sunny i^eriods 


Vanrouver i»lamV$ Letuling Seictpuprr Sim:^ IH3H 


62 PAGES 


No. 2S— ]01ni YEAR 


\HrrORIA, BRITISH COEl MBIA, SUNDAY, JANUARY II, 1959 


Pilots Still Bomb 


But with {.am 


HAVANA <AP)— 4'nbM »ir fonr pllou wbo 
RatUto irnt lo drop toabii o« towait 

MT Koiai; lo do *omt more bombiM. But thin timr 
oo ordrm of n*6H Imder KkieJ Castro (hr pUoU 
wiH fly bocfc to Loo VilbM ood Orirnir provincrs to 
bomhord tbr wmr-lom arro« with h»K* of randy, 
food and clothiaK for rhildrrn of poor C'uboo 
famittro. 


Clinging to ^Biick^s^ Collar 
Boy, 11, Is Towed to Shore 

An eight-year-old boy drowned in a Central Saanich 
pond yesterday afternoon and the life of an 11-year-old 
playmate was saved by his dog when their raft capsized. 

Dovld rink )u«i him U(c in 
iH» (rrexlnt wairr* of a rmall 
pund Jiud acniM (he rood from 
his home. His pormts art Mi 
aiMl Mrs. Douglas f’ink. TOM 
Easi Saanirh Rood. 

navkd b% imm. 

Sawd by his dug Burk s 
iMg pan Labrador, wan Hugh 
Wood. David's chum and nest 
door-neighbor whose parenis 
are Mr and Mrs. (xniglas 
Wood. 7(xa east Saanich Road 
Another survivor was Stew 
att Fy(e. a. J40) Quadra wh«i 
s<ep|ied ashore Just before (he 
rati tipped ovet 

"David's been (<4d time and 
time again not io play in the 
pond.’* the boy's moihei sold 
last night. 

‘But he was all bi«> full of 
life and what boy can leslai 
a pond and a raft*" 

AU. HABMUi 
Mr M«Mjd sanl 'all tiu> kids 
in Ihe nelghborhoud inriud 
ing my Hugh have been 
warned not lu pia> on ihe 
pond 

'1 hno* thal if ii hadn i been 
for aid Burk, my boy would 
bave drowned inn ' 

The trageili occurred at 3 lA 
p.m when the three boys were 
on the raft bv the edge of the 
piMMl Just oft Patricia Bay 
Highway, jno yards nucih of 
Telegraph Ri«ad The dng was 
on sho^ ypung Hugh said. 

"Juoi (boti Budt aianed 
getting on (bo raft and It got 
s bit tippy 

M'V TO MDISI.R 

'Stewart stepped off onto 
the gmand Just as Burk got 
•n and the raft went out to- 
ward ihe middle srwl in«n It 
tipped ovet 

"f grabbed Rurbw 4 I 

can't swim very mpU-a^n* 
pulled me as ha*#" 

Meanwhilo. # M nesoea aald. 
two other young boys ran 
about s quaner mile fur help 
to where Fyfe's two brolhera 
Ken 19. and John. Id were 
building s bam on Fyfe prop 
erty With them was iheti 
fneiM] Don Aleaanrler Id of 
Ksguirealt 

I BAH TO NRI.r 

The three older boys dropped 
thetr tools, ran lo the SBby .19 
had pond and began hunting 
for the Fink boy Asslsling 
them was another Wood boy 
nifford Id 

They stripped rrff some of 
their ckHhes snd wsded Into 
(he iry muddy wstera. shal 
low ekeept In the middle pnt 
Hon where it Is about 4*y feet 
deep 

After a few minute* they 
InralAi the f*tnk youngster on 
the botlitm nf the pond artd 
• ariied Mm to shore. 

Anifkial reeplraiion was he 
gun Immedtatelwby DtcfcaiHi 
ifnlioway. anoth^ East .Saan- 
kh Rctod re al dent. who had run 
lo the pond aftei hearing the 
COfTlITtutlOn 

TBirn MV BI 04 T 

"I tried my best.* Mr llul- 
ioway said last night, "but 
the boy didn't ctime aroumk" 

Twa truciu and an ambu 
I lance from the Ceiral Muanlch 
' Vnlurtieer Fire Department 
arrived shortly srtd members 
worked on the buy for 10 min 
ules with an Inhalator 
' He was then taken to Sid 
‘ ney*s Reet Haven llnsptui 
with Ihe Inhalator working all 
the way where he was si 
lertded by Dr. D. R Rtiaa snd 
' Dr R. t) Neufled 
I Blit all effoiit tn revive the 


WASHINGTON (AP>— 
The surpriae Sovirt Wd for 
• huTT^-Aip 2B-nd(km Gei^ 
man peace conference is 
unaccepUbie as it stands, 
diplomatic officials said 
Satuntey But they prom- 
ised careful study to see 
whether the move opens 
new poesiblUties for actual 
negotiation of ( iermafi 
Issues. 

President Kasenhower and 
Soviet First Deputy Premiae 
Anastas L Mikoyan are sure 
to dtacum the Soviet prupo a sl 
when Ihey meet here late this 
week. The timing of Moa- 
row’s aimounrement Saturday 
may have been determined by 
Mlkoyan's Impertding meet- 
ings with 93senhower and 
Scrreiary of Stale DuUea 


MOSCOW lAPI The So- 
viet Union proposed Ihe 
apeedy n e g otiation of a Ger- 
man peace treaty as a step 
toward settling the Weat Ber- 
lin problem. It auggeated a 
2S-natkia peace ennferenre in 
Warsaw or Prague within 
two montba 

It-PAGIC NOTK 

The propoaal waa made m 
a IJpsgc note to 27 other 
countries which had b>ught 
against Hitler's fonws in 
WorU War fl 

With It Ihe Kremlin disirib 
uted a i^page proposal fm 
a draft treaty for Ormanv 
which, except for some addi 
tiofu. was similar to a draft 
ordered by former Foreign 
MtnlMer V M. Molotov to the 
unaucceaaful Foreign Minis 
term* Conference in Berlin In 
19M.' 

I'NACt KPTABIJt 

1*5 otnctals tn Washington 
and Weaiern otflclaU m Bat . 
Un said the propuaai appeared 
unacrepuble In Its pre s ent 
form. 

One addlibm pr«*pu»ed that 
West BerUn be an unarmed 
free niy until East and West 
t^ermsny are united The 
Western powers already have 
turned down the Mes of a free 
rtiy. 

OTNRB niOP<k(AIA 

The draft tnrluded several 
other proposals which have 
been turned down by the West 
In the past. Amoeg them thal 
all foreign troops withdraw 
from fktmany within a year 
after the treaty Is effedtvgia^ 
Ihsi Germany he pmhibimd 
fiurn joining any p^ltirol or 
millitry Moc that does not tn 
dude all stinaiory naiiona 


hmf^ui Eink 

. rfrownldg victim 


StriKe Still On 


part - Labrador. sav«d hia young master 
yesterday after a raft capsi/jpd in Central 
Saanich pond. — (Colonist photo) 


That’s a hug of gratitude young Hugh 
Wood. 11. of 7022 East Saanich Road, is 
giving his dog Buck. Big. I'x-year-old 


Mikoyan Uit» Bark VcrlHilly 


BomlhTlirral 

Eflfi-linrlrrx 


^Please 


tieminsiHav 

r* • 

Likes Revolt 


China Recognition Step 
Under Cabinet Discussion 


) If Acmerg Grocm 
In 70 Be/<iir 
(P»*b 7 » 


‘.See Pkyrhiatrur 
EreMfT i CrnntiMon Titbl 
(Namen In News. Page 3 1 


If raihrr*» Eme< 
Keep h Ihtrk! 

fPbge 11) 


Hergman t*iitorinl 
Hy KnriouM U omrn 
fPage 6 1 


expected on this highly mnlro- 
verulal matter It la considered 
the first move would be Cana- 
dian nuppnrt of any motion ki 
Ihe United Nalluns designed to 
bring s dlscusaion In ftw Gen- 
era] Assembly of the grunting 
of UN membership lo China 
The iwMnet la not expected 
ntst government of mainland to moke a dei-lBlon even on 

•ume 

No eaily annoufu-ement la months to mme. 


OTTAWA A step Inward It |s said that duilng hia trip 
the evenlusi recognition of the he became rognlsani '»f the 
Peking fovemmeni has been 
diorusaed by ihe cabinet in a 
general way. H la undrrsiciud 
bete. 

The lopie la believed to have 
been mentioned by Prime Min 
later DIefenhaker In Ihe cmirae iTiina 
•f his report to liie cabinet | 








B«U }1 (Eiilcmtfrt VW«*rk. t.C. S«i^ ||. i»sf 


iiistoriral Prrredents 


ic Creativity Slowing Down 


brine «, SMtnkh 

Mr. ( hattrrtnn Mtd be bed • pUn lor ibe benrhl end 
rtr%#^meni ot Muin*ch U hu pUn u to pe„pw in 

•'Hi i« I, TO. 

a fw.n^rkipmrni r.v»dH»on on tbe nuiihrrn b«lf of tbe 
mun^hl). I .m ,ttuM hr h., no pUn .1 .l| A pUn 
of rh*l jMlur. i» in p*rl a teelnn.l pUnnin* idea 

Ml, ^Merlon aai on Ibe lerK» jT^^VritlJe l.« h.nf 
^f..re d^idlni nhirh aide k, ,ei d«*n in reaa.d lo 
In# amaleamaibm Uuuie 

Whal we mu .1 have m ibianlrh U a teoder not a fnl 
lower Olber ronieaUnl. fot iee\eMhlp in Ibe IM'ih elet'iWin 


pi'ibiimaiTe Dr. Wmi la peM>mi«lL about prove -.ndll 
nd arieiiiiMia beine alile to avoid an porfmmafK#. 

■at Ihe nevt , , . 

ue in !»}<r deciine in arleniific 

V yeaia He a*^l*v^nienl b> be«ri( awaie 
il km • of **c«eativlly cycle* 

II wilt iM !!• 11,^1 cyclic 

uid lhal any awliift appear lo be faiiiy 
ic neailvlty ataMe and inevitable ami even 
wmki wi<le altar alt the eacttemeni ctealed 
a< "Kuotan py ft, at Spuliilka. rela 


AUTHURS WANltl) 
RY N.Y. 


neailvlty tMuad u wiiir* and 


that a new dark age witt fol b> ahnui IM yearv 
k>w within a eenlory Ho i, loamed with IH Don 

It could five people a chanoe aid C. PeU in a amdy of Uriota 


^‘Plk.l. lIveM- pUna dkl not lake awav a man. riee«k.Ri 
In live wheie be wanie .1 oi the la»|Ni>ei.- ilahl lu do 
velnp hi. own land in hi. own wa> The men who f'da 
. aaoK h Inlo a fitianeiall) M>und and devek»pe*l rmininpal 
liy will not be popular wtih all people One bed de, ‘Lion 
inr xaanicb waa lo tiiin down the Malkin Md for Ihe do- 
Wlopn^ni of the mumnpel ya.d a. a abopp,,,, cwni.e 

**■ *" n*bl now V\. 

do not need a new mumnpai hail for wimelime vet 

I.ei ... cel .town lo hiu.oos. whi.h i. coina in benefit 
the laxpaver of Saani. h aiMt (meet the fHlI. 

Mnniha al.p h> .,Kt very llllte aeein. lo he ...mnpli.hed 
Thia w.railed apiawj development i« nol an laaue in Naan- 
k-h It ja^inf uae«l at a heiTin* in rover up the real cm 
nn which la la>h of fond wnind admini.t(at|nn 

P^ple want In live whe.e thev think la the he.t pla.w 

nain place becav%r a few nven aawi iha\ ftlkiaf dew wA 


K M tu Aonvritr to 

ward the aame type af culture 
from wuleiy .eiMrated 
pointa ' 


G£N. FRANCt> 


News for the hard*of-hearing! 


Dt Ue*! u*e« foi the Imu. 
of hia cycle. iHH iMily bi.lmieal 
A 1 ■ roM.|Mr.Min^ but ..(laioai 

\ analyaia of leatned ciiHipa, 

h% I I m~ gM II a«H h a. the Ameiu au Itiy.kat 

^ Soi‘iet), aiwt piipuUliiin l«n. 

«a*l. Hr .iMt 4 tl»wivr» that 
Ihe yea. |*MI will apptuvlmaia 
Thealre on (k-l. M. IftVi. the t'L end of riraitve life fnc 
Palanfe paity ha. left mnei of tho.# pei mhib wtume actenllfic 
Ha Faacl.l tnanneriMoa by Ihe Hoinlnjt wa. cimpieled abiHil 
wav.lde IMl when "learn fewmich 

The RtMOan aalule and hl.ie *•*■<. n ui t»r impuiianl 
.hill, aie rarely aeen ihew Ouiaiandinf aHunic diwuv 
day. ette. a.e i-redMr<l larcelv lo 

Kalarice ha. |une thiouch 'k* w»uk of (leal M’tenllfic 
"'•by chaiife. ainre the day. 'earn.. wHh .uch Hienll.ia aa 
when It. memhei. shot ii nut the late Knticft' Keimt I'r. 
Ill fun battle, acaiii.i ihe led Mandd (* t'ley and Di Arrhur 
.hiried (*<Tnpton III*' g ib. rute of 

Sorlalivt youth, who alao wore ' playing coach e* 
blue Bhiria. * * * 


By KRbN\ III f bl.K\ 
(Reuler .1 

4 >n FranriMm Franco keik 
log Inward the day when aome 
one ekte lake, over Ihe rein, 
of goveinmeni i. trying to get 
h.« Kalange |tarl> and the 
Caihiihr and Mnnairhi.l (ac 
turn, to meige on Ihe baU. of 
ai-crpting Ihe aniiMa.vi.i 
anti liberal, anti popt.lar vole 
.late he no. wl up in -viioin 
K« ain't! «H>W hd but ■Hill III 
rtUMial health doe. nol want 
S|! 4 iM to lalurn to a iv.iem 
of multi porty pulllira after ha 
no kwtger i. on tha trene aa 
chief of .tale 


Monarchl.ta. 

The Falartga party never ha. 
been allowed lo have armed 
mtlitla auch a. hod ihe Or 
man S.rla or the Italian Kaa 
ruia Nor ha. H ever been al* 
kiwed lo have an effettive poll 
rical exemilive to formulate 
and roiry out iia pr>licy 

IhiJv once Mnce lAV haa a 
national aMemhIy n| the paity 
been called lla llOman na 
Ikmal council meeia lareiy and 
briefly 


Regai.llng Mr rTmrge. rmwil letter It wmma .ttar 
that though ibe I'rUumlMa Ri.ei power pit<|et-t will tv 
l*fmv,n rmnipany ir agieernent .an he re.ihed with ' 
Americana the cHi/en. nf Rniuh I'niumhia through th 
provintial government prof.iee Iq allow a pmate mrpti 
turn with a gentleman of Swrdi-h f>.man inieie.i. h. 
Ing H 7 per r-eni of the >a|Htal. lo develop ihe Peoce Riv 
an ::<:finHe|y gieater -..;rre of ptmei 

Muh apokic:.- in ihov who died f.T i:.-T felkm m. 
I aball paraphraae i-hurchill ‘Never in all induairrai h 
lnr>. will an few have owed w> much In n'. many 

.e - . * pi^rtt:r 

Trart.il Road. 


Hr I. a pkMveer la 

a.mavitig cyt'le. lelgied to 
menial atllviiy alihrmgh 
•urh rhythmic iteiuL king 
have been leiled li= htjalrw.. 
arul at-uoiHUwia without the 
raiiw. Iietrig veiy cleaiU eatab 
‘ *lietl 

Ttury aie lua evplaiialiun fur 
“goMen mf. . .u. Ii a« tho^ 

wm.'h •M'furred In <«iee«. 
Room III Neriai.‘-“ Italy 

Mhila aome rtpr;ts ;«ave 
tried til uoe ■ lia.igr* tn ''llm.i' 
to e.ptao. u al up* afnl 

•town, of neaitvily fii VN e .1 
lean* toward popoi.iiun 
fiowih aa the key to the my. 
leiiini. l•t>M'rv’ 


Poorest 

Multiply 

Fastest 


Yet although it ha. no 
meon. of direct Inierveriiion in 
Ibe .liapuig of the de.lirue. nf 
Ibe nation the Faiarigr ifw>< r 
mem ha. ramifiCBlIcm. that 
Unk It • kmeiy with impoiiaiit 
MniMin. of '^mnt.h Maiety 
It >. ve« rlivae to |he 
a iaa> iggi .iMirif labiM union. 
Ui wiHMti Franco haa given 
Ctii.vutetahle polituai ■••wei 


.Hime Ihe Fala je i. the only 
legal potmcol pail) in Spam, 
the Monaicht't arvd I'hrlailan 
{kei;:;^rai faction, are nol up 
eiated a: -<g tmlllii-nl line. 
1 nttei Fia;;..» plan the 
Falaoge arid the other two 
gtoup. w<hjM foim whal piob 


Goes entirely 
into the ear! 

No Cords! Ne Tubes! No Attachments! 

The braiiivi ou.avlr -- -he vcmury - the hivi heaiv 

mg ahT tMi> av a coat button, yet it giv« you powerful hcanng 

iDiai rot eaer-TiMi wiaa 

Ihe all-iTw M«w 4 ■<. or Jlcm" can be carried m pune or povket liko 
• vom tnwv irm* •ui car m a vccond at woik. maeting^, partiei, or 
iheairr feel p.'t^od and ' anytime' Anywhere' 

eiT THI FACTS TOOATI WeMo for Informoflon. 


Vatican Bans Book 
By Impatient Priest 


- ranen a rt the flvr *anor 

fHirial M'lvemeni TNi. la the bowi al<M> >• genet .1 vrret ary ^ * 

name r»«w iiwd to denote all of itie F.lange party The ' 

•bnae luire. that fought on the unimi. elect rwie lhlid of the 
NatlonalMl et<le in the Ovil nwtnheia of parliament and 
'^’•' on# thud nf Ibe municipal * 

• • * rviurn-il. in .'Ipain'a Tdtlii towna 

AHbniigh Ihe Falanga party and village- pnpul.i 

hnni ir. mil hav had Ihe * a a *' 

nuiiHipMlv .SfMDii .inre lOlU The Falange panv ha. a ***'*’ ” 
when Ihe Olvll War ended and pnweiful vture In reach public 
parMe. hke Ibe RepublH.n. ear* f»r nf 107 da>lv new. 

Soriali*'. a ml t 'iwnrnuni.i. paper. in Spam h^re mu >n 

were h-r:*-e<| Fiaitm . _ bail Ihe patty In adttliinlbvaiTrw n. Rut i 

the wing, nf the Falar— .t i. w«-v|i rwview. and opei ^ 

eagle c|ippe«l ||e itevet ha. ate. HO mmmetrtal • adto 

allowed H In fly tret high In .i.llnn. Vanned 

hi. i-aNtnet nf 16 minlarei. he In It. veai. nf e.i.ienre 

rtne. nni include mnre tha.. unre the hartdwtme. |b vrmi old 

two nr three F.langi.i figure, fnw Aninnl.. f>rlnH> de Riveia *^*‘*'^^ 

The leai ate Techmetan* In fnumled it in Madrid « t'omedta 


He tile. i«tpui-“-:r foreta.t. 
I«M jn Heaieiii naH;:;-.- whuii 
litdirate a new ^met ttf «ia 
bilily III Ihe midil.t reiilury. 
afirt llte cuimii “eviHtMOui" 
teadliig lo gi.‘ 4 tly increawd 
W 4 H Id pitpuUlUin 

‘A aiying klivt. «»f degifw. nf 
walat inter *i >eii.in 

petiiHl. duilng Ibe gmw'h nf 
poptilaiiiifi liiMti <Mic leiativelt 
.talile M/e to aitulber may pro- 
ituie m>TF peiMmalllle. «if the 
kind ret|Uiieil for arienilfK 
cteafivily he >>e>Mne« 
Scieiilifr activity mav be 
l«>w duimg peiUnl. uf pufwtla 
lion ■tabtitly. aiwndinc tu hia 


■y f.KtlHttR AKMWTROV. hande,! .>nmpli .enfdr.Tn 

>orlb Amerkwo , left wing Rome 

New.paper AlllaiMw -H the ihurvh u. he Ifh 

The H«>t> tVf!:.- of Ihe h.d been guiiied h\ 

Roman t'aibniic church ha. Milani ■ pnos ipfe. 

ordered the immediate wuh Maiv wmiM have uigr 
drawgl of a itewH, puhlivhed Pi*‘b**ailal !:• inn.idei j 
bn»»k ra.iural Kxperiencev 'he leiigttm. advet.«c 

by Dun leirenm Milani even ‘sptrati.m the pa|wr 
thmjgh ihe book wa. prinied Thi. «.ma nbaer ver. b 
un«»ei the auspue. of :;iia m.v he 'he rwal r.pta 
r.idmaJ Delta i o»ia Arch for the banning of the b. 
biahtip of Florence and ha. a 
lengthy pielate hi the At«‘h 

blahnp of lameiino Mon l.oifimiinr Iml I 
aignoi D Ava< k 

The Hrtiv Offi.e alv.^ prt»- 
hlhiied ihe memoiik uf ine 
pariidi ptlMi from hemg tia'>« 
lated into other language.. 


ae«n aav. ipe aveiage annual 
rale uf pitpuiallon Itvcieaae 
Witt be «*ne per cent f«T Ihe 
rUh group of itniniiiew in 
It un pa led wilh 24 
per lenl foi the piM/c gimip 
-:«rwe Ihe war rate, uf ptrpu 
laiinn growth have been kmer 
generally in immlitea with ad 
vaiiced et.intimie. Their pie. 
ent annual taiea of natural In 
• leaw range from one half lo 
I pel .-ent 

tVie ittmmune. have nvak rhangea de|wnd h*f the 

k*wed up a halfblltlnn pea P*'t a« viaiaUtma m »hei, 

Mnia relatively kiw btith tale. 

Thev mean the end nf virtu •••*ee their death rare, remain 
ailv all private pctipertv Hu. ***'• 

band, and wivea have private b»i»h rale, nf 

meeting, only ■•me every two 'boat Kuiupean immlrte. were 
weeka Ih the range nf t> lu -J per 

The cmmunea have .longed in the Soviel I'nhm 

• be whole nature of Oitnew 

Argentina Au.tialia and New 
•». Zealand and the FuM>ie*an 

t-haiiman Man T=- Tung haa p.,,Hilaiino of Rnull. Af--: t»T 
gut ic- prove In the peaMuia between jy arnl 

that their |-.■-..Mal henefir. lo mainlan .1 I'lun. the pre. 
and the cminiry a betvefll. nirth rale in ihe range 

make up fni the peraooal hard ,.r .T 7 In tj Ih-niMiod with 
ahipa and the rr*mendo>!. inaa tn» death ta'e IT tn U per 
^per.onal righia and free ih.Htaaod The annual natural 

'e>m In. ■ L. ILA A — _I 


Ballerie. — Itepalr. — t wed. fwr All Make* 

fxiKT htk»;kt r.y s 


Fate of Red China i 
May Be Decided Th 


ginie 

Year 


JUST ARRIVED IN TIME FOR OUR 

January 


SALE 


He wrote *hat the whnie v 1 | 
lag. underwent a kind nf re 
nai.aarue FacTnei. mui* were 
anrm debating atiout Sm'rate. 
and arhvMH atlendanre ha 
a.' ^ wa« alwavt lf» pei iwn* 
The honk received a left- 


A NEW SHIPMENT OF 


Out of the [lacking; cases . . . 
onto the sale racks, smart 
neu' styles m vi'ools. rrepes 
ami new fabrics. One and 
two-piece styles . . . just 
what you want, and look , . 


Bv RAI PH M« 4 .IU. Aa we wm.A/ 

NoHb Amerl«-S« Newapoper O'* ■ r.th« 

AIHa»e 

• a me fr/nw beh 
In the early .pitng of Wittunit w. mu 
Vkl^ I waa in Otsneking, at ua He aii«wl 
the reftigee .wxlten wartime amf w|uaiied a 
capital of Chung Kas.he. »a.h hi. hand 
One day an Fngliah a|wak|ng muddied <r-li.rw 
chine.e new.paperman difive tahed he at. ..I 
me (turn Chungking aome 7 ^ eve at *l|. and went into hia 
mile. !•> a xlMage on 'he h*m.e 
Yangtze We weie fertied a 

•.-r'wa tn a refugee unuei.iiy The tliinoiu 
nf aire a>ut In.piiaittin h«iilt wa* hitle; 
largely uf tumtvfai and a “Y<!li m 
m>«ldy Mui n| mnrtar he Mid 

"nie way Wa« thrniifh a whooling. ‘‘he didn't ttffer in the effort in mlleclivi/i 
beautiful (Mil nf the Itiral help bei aii<w he didn i wlHi to pea*ani. had rwil been a* dlffl 
hark mniiiry Tu me ihe ^ iov<»lvr*l ||e duln't eyy cult a* rondtirtlng the war. 
d"ain| farm h«M»we. the v|l bwik at *i. hec*»i.e he )a waA Sialln aeemed evdied 
lagr. Ihe rnadeide ahtine. the ftwn evpriten/e " .lined hy the memory of II. 

|ve»»ple themkelve. filled all mv paueetl, riiiMUl the man "M«i/‘h imue diffh ult ‘ he «aid 

pie,--nn« eived image, nf what tooeleeelv and imperwinally "It wa. nereuiary l«» lk)iildate 
China leailv waa like "Itiai man he 'anil nr trail. fer |il<riMRl> iieiMtn. ' 

, * , milium, ffuue like him are our a a a 

hur'Ien Thev don't rare who The Chlneiw Red. are in a 
On Ihe reititn kwirtiev one win. All they want i. in he hurry Perhapa loo great a 
nf the ufl patched llf?^ went let alone with a piece of land hurry I .till have wtme faith 
flat . We vtnpped almnal | remembered that tall in mv man bv Ihe pnitd 


I •• changing wnik .lamed altetf Clftneae nave neen mnnrmed 

tali Chliume when 1 read nf Ihe gree.e.. all powerful renital 

rvMfk rinihe. .lory nf our lime the Red Ihe CcMnnyuni.i 

r»d the fu*i>.e t'hlne.e effort fundamentally 

1 a. . glance to re/ugaMlre Ihe Itvea of aome Tratliilunally the t'hlneMP 
to the prmd' "giftfkglftiai human heinga In people have lieen more Inter 
the edge lo •■rymmunca eaieil in than politic. To 

m llie rain a * a > 1.1 with food becoming an In 

water Fin The wheme haa bmught creaaingly Impoiiani lirpic of 
giving •» rvo re.lBian<e from Riiaala There dlacuaaUHia among the peai 
waa a ptitdli aialemeryt uf rvHI ania. Ihe ptMalhlllly exiaia that 
clam are! II la itelieved. a food mav lead l<» pulltic* 
■Irungei private ptule .1 Olna'a populaikm la over 

Hew.poperman (he Sovtela are not without the gfUMIOiiiiV) mark arvd in 
eapetien<‘e. In Sir WInefon rreaaing at the rate of 15.000 
I uM|irtniablc " Churchill a memoira he teila 000 a year While It givea the 
^ ^ *** ■*bing Premier Sialln if t'ommunlaia more puiential 

the wnrkera and anMiera. It alao 
givea them mnre mouth, to 
feed If they can't feed them 
and they are headed fnc real 
imuhle 


Yea inaife<|iiate wiring roala 
y-u more u. cherk 

y our h«»me and make ryeerled 
ad)u.tmeniB aonn Our rate, 
are reaaurtable ('.uaranleed 
repalra. 


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SPKAMNG ON 

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l/)NDON Nr»r>»ich didrt’l supply llt« in(rrruilir»n«l rvntr* forwatd 

Mighty M»nche«1«'t L’nU^. surpriBa in lli# (’up lam^a Nai LofthoUiM •rorlng iMth 
hottwl tint dlvialon rluh • ‘ knockour romprtltlon srp*- goal, 
in Englhih mxctr tnd nding P*«y •'»<* ®P<^ Amnial, anoihar ot Iha fan 

«n eight.g«rw winning !" ■" 'VT [‘r* . ’t*"” 

■tn.«k in nlav to^ fe**lonal. In England Tha l*« Id at Bury with a t«H^»nd half 

in h^gue pi»y. lop* ,urvlvora of Ih* idStaama wUl al by caolroforwafd Dav« 


** * drop- f^ootball Aaaocia- 

ped ■ .1^ dwinioft lo io'*'*'tkH> ('up, Engltah aoocor'a top 
ranking Norwich City pn,,. 

Unltad. which tlormnd bark 
to jaach th# t up (Inal la«i year TtHrrmu in tik 
after ICMlng eight ptayeia in In South London, lha Tool- 
an air crash, holda aectmd ing and Mllcham amateur club 
place In ihe firai iliviaton and that caught the fancy of aocrer 
was an oddaon choice to aide fans a month ago by hnorktng 
track third diviaion Noneieh off fourth diviaion Northamp- 
m Satuiday't third lound cup l‘»n In a second round ('up 
game game aiayn] In ilie chaw by 

KOH( KD riJiK hulding (Itat diviaiuii Nulling 

j ,, .L. ham Koieal lo a i 3 draw. 

But Nolwich forced all the 

play on a Ir.^ei. .Upper) Tuolhig hekt a 20 lead al 

piich feolie toiwanl Terry S-d.l«l man oti lha 

KIs gave the giwlerrtog* a 10 *•'■*'* V* »»f' half 

lead in Ihe firal half and Iheir Ted M 6 iph>. who figured in 
third goal iwa minute, before **“ ‘"fwtf";* (hat resulted In 
lime Ouiaide right Errol t*roa- I***** Nmiingham >orea|. 
aan acmed Ihe nihei goal t'lr.t he pul the ball past hi. 


The all Lnndon cup claah be- 
tween Tottenham llAtapur and 
Weal Ham United. bolH firai 
diviaion rluha. aaw Hpura end 
a had run with a 2-0 triumph. 


O.C. Soccer Results 


Exc css Ha^iiafic DumfH'tl 

If ever t horae ahowed mnlenipt for a jockey that 
home wa* Dotnong in the Worthing Nnvirea' ateepie- 
rha.ae at Piiimpton. Eng Trotting hlilhly on wilh 
head held high and a good rKidance ' expretuuon, 
Domong Ignorea the plight of jockey Rilty Reea, 
who heada for a three-point landing on anow-y turf. 
((TCM 


Tommy Bolt, 
Vossler Tied 
At Tijuana 


. next sommer 
well be busy 


Leaders 


Tommy Bnil ahnt hta •e«~ofv1 
airalght CT and re.aa' Ernie 
Vouler equaled a rourae rer ^ 

nrd with ^ Saiurtlay lo .hare ei*»^ 
Ihe lead at 1-^ at the mutway 
matk of the t20(g)fi Ti|uana om<»m 
O pen CfAlf Tnumameni 

The .lO-yearold Bull p4a>ed a ew» >i 
rear flawlcM round wilh a M 
.\i fur the par laia 73 
Tliuana I’ounlry Club, winie 
V'ltMler W, from Midland, Te* 
made it In U.T3 

in aecvnd pk*>e going min fr,,'j,T 
the third round .Sunday was auwim 
J nhn MrMutim of Alameda. 

Calif who waa lied for ihe *r*r->< 
first • round lead wMh Jerry 
Berber of Ij>» Angeles Kerh hsmim 
had HA* rndav 

added a 60 tor 115 ^iurda\ «««mm 

Tied at 116 were Mike Kei 
rhirk with a 66 and Jay Hebert 
and former nalkmal Open 
rhampmn Jaefc ^lerk. eorb f 
w ilh 67». ^4 

Three slmkes nff the para 
were Barber with a 71 for l.TT, 

Bob Puden of Oswegn. Ore . <7. bH 
and 0<irga Bayer of Lemont. BB 


Whether rou're piunning changes hrounrl four 
home, refmvbiion nf g Unre or the orerhaui of 
induetnd pUnt and equipcneiK— H inier m Ik* iaif 
Base la pe< trori d«me' 

In winter, small )ubs get better attentioA. You get 
the men with the akilla and know-how you need — 
u'Aew you want them. 

And dunng the cold weather lul), purtirulaHv in the 
building induatr>', )oba can be more economical. 

HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS up to |4.0n0 
and up to 10 yef^xi^ at* araiUbie under tha 
NaUnna) Houatng Art through vour Rank, (iowem* 
mem-barked FARM IMPROVEMENT liOANS, 
up u> S.'t.OOO and 10 yean U> repay are aiao aemiL 
abie through all banka. 

Help eouraeif— and al the same time yot^ com* 
munity lo in w ea w employment this winter. 


Pit me 


NEH BRI NHHM K. N.J. 
(AF> — J«»e Uebewrk .tupps d 
a bwakeibeU game frtday 
■iabt. 

The tayeer-nM rnrwacd 
Niiigsd bis sift ffwd MB trams 
|f»wacd IBs heakel f*ir a lor- 
ap sB«»C. 

Me rtpp««d IBe hmhel fram 
Ha menrinc. awd sBailered 
tbe glam beckbnard. wBMi 
felt to a sB n wer aw several 
teammate. 

Ttw game, a cMy reerew 


Hillsdale Ag^ 


am 

At Santa Anita 


ARCAOIA Calif f W 
Bmiih s IMIs'lsIe hi« ihtrd .u 
arrsight Santa Anita t>ske« 
rare .se'uida) *ha i.'s| Sen 

fetnarwto Slakes ^ 

iti!:-djile won bv ibiee ^ 
)ent;ths going awsv from Vtom i«.< 
Chaorr ksirti * Jr -»’l s Rf' '«'( 
while i(|eemsn waa iwo more -= < 
>ngit4 behind >" lki;fl ' \ 

Vlr^'iir) frw Hilj5'‘'»1e mat ke*l 
ihe fit'.' Urn# lliai .'iV hfttse 
had won three sir^ight stakes * 
rar.' ai Senia At 


Why wait for spring 

DO IT NOW! 


Rardstmvn 
Repeals ^ ii 


LONDON 'ReMlers' ResnUa 
of Saiiintay s Ritgb) League 
games in the I'nlled Kingdom 

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PLASTIC 




VfUMl AP> The Calumet 
Farms Batdsitm'n won the 
•67, AB Tmpb al Park Handi- 
rap .kaiurdat be«'«»ming The 
onH noiae ever in rapture 
TrntHcal'B rk beat ra<e iwo 
limes The aeven veer old geld 
ing wnn the IWV7 rare 

Bark a length and a half in 
ae.m>d was Rirti Tavl a tU I 
shni Sedir finished third. 
piMMleen hmses started In the 
mile and one Ptghih race. 

Sieve BinoKa piloted Bards 
town whn paid In win arid 
was t iorked In I 19 Rirn Tatfi 
paid $:i6 30 


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T # ''i w PU>ers ary asked lo al 

• I I II >1 i* Ihe rear entrarvre of the Arerva 

* * ' ?• w • hy 7 p m Other memhert and 

IS I IS w I rnarhes of the divisttm whn 

s s I ft tt * 4 Mji h* guests of Ihe Cougars 

at Ihe rear eniianre^> TXI 
Yeslerda) t scorers sod 
this week • srhedule foRnw 

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Royals got a bad si-sre from 
Ihe winlesa Homhera yesierdav 
at Memoital Arena but Br-oied 
three ilmea In Ihe final IV 
mlnuies for ■ virioiv that 
preserved their lead in (he Pee 
Wee division nf Ihe Cireaier 
Vii-loria Minor Hockey Asen 
Icatioo 

In olhef games vesterdav 
Mairsmi dowrved CapHals. 51. 
and tlyera defeated Senators. 
53 

Two all star teams frrtm Ihe 
Pee Wea division will plav an 
eahihitlon game al 7 4.V pm, 
Wedivesday. aa a preliminary 
to Ihe Western IftM-key League 
game between Vicloila Cnu 
gars and .Spokarva .Spokes 


Cee MiRae mJkd an f»t 
o»*s.* *eries yesterday to take 

T<osi * over as king of |he hill In the 
weekly "rhampionahip bowl- 
SI Dsst Ing" fivepin series ai Captial 
Cll> Rowling Alievs 
^ ^ Ron Cush was seiond wMh 

771. followed hy Marry Smilb 
at 5®1 and defending champion 
Stan Bell at 5.54. 

MrRae also led the elimlna- 
ttona with 636 Cuah had T7f 
arvd Smith 753. 


TORONTO 'Cri Four stm' Herman Pfeiffer nf 'Mont 
ce* f: rr. . IS earh from Tnmnir. |,»*| « Hungaiia wst chosen as 
ar : Mnniteai iwo from Van j,*|f w«mt 

cc. ;ver and one fn»m Winnipeg t-—- - 

up . c-.n.di.n .11 ...r T«"nlo. 

team seleried h> Ihe Toronto tialia Kleveti 
Te<egtam Wtnni|<eg's Hariv .ledig was 

Canadianborn Ken Peaia. dieam teams outside 

JX nf Vanronvet ■ Partflc (Ifhl Jedlg 24 . waa a fmmer 
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<’i»n!enni«l champion bcard-gro%w A1 Lacroix. fond of lirard. but allowing any halfMa> Ail Flnncrty to shear on. after twrbci Art lold him l»»^rd to nv»rk « HKHh binhUay. (‘onnna 

Baxter Road, marked hia .T7th birthdax yesterday measures— "All or nothing at all." she nM handlebar mustache nci*dj« .)0 rents of xxax dail>. found snui^linf had suddenly become more ap> 

by getting rid of ht« fuU^bkmn face jungle, ahkh he 'Heavens to Betsy " Al exclaimed at mustache level Ktnally shearing was over and AI was beardless for pealing. -Al can rememU'r bearded days with pnde 

fert he’d had for 100 years. Wife Corinne had grown "I'm nearly naked." Bui he fold ex*RCN shipmate first Uim* since last Fet»ruar>’ when he started he won beard championship at Luxton Fair. 

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LOCAL NEWS 


>o. 2.1 — lOM YEAR 


MCTNIRIA. HRITISIl tOLI MRI SI MIA^ , JAMARV II, 19.^9 


SMOM) NEWS SErriON 


Old Houses Oiarming, Says .Architect 


New Homes Ruining City 


The •esihettr quality of Vk 
tona u being mined by badly 
deatgned and atereoiyp^ 
homea la subdiviakma. aatd 
Southern Rhodeaia airhlieet 
Emeai Roaaen yeeterday 
But Mr. Roaaen. no« living 
at UTS Stt David. «aid the 
older homea here "are the mnai 
charming 1 have ever aeeti " 


*Thla quallt) ta Vk-iorla'a 
main uiiereat tu lout tala and 
perwvna living here. ’ he «auL 
**11 la berauae of thb qaalliy 
that people rome here to ttay. 
Bui many new hnuaea are 
being ruined by bad deatcning." 

He laid the blame at the duor 
of '‘apet-ulaior*' Muldtng 


hou»e« wtthuui conaultaiton 
with an an htien a ahuiiisil to 
save money 

He «aid ~aome" of the new 
houMw and buiMinga here are 
aa modern and well draigned aa 
in (ximparable rtiie« anywhere 
In the world 

In SalMbury the rapiial of 


Car Hitn DayUner 

h 

Tar Survives 
Train Crash 


A sailor escaped with only cuts and bruises when 
his car crashed into the E A N dayliner at the railroad 
crossing on Elaquimalt Road, at 6.!i0 p.hv. yesterday. 
Ordinary Seaman Carle 


Sharpe, technical apprentice ai 
HMCS Naden. waa freaied at 
Naden Hoapital and later 
released 

After a wrecker pulled the 


City Sin 
Makes Grade 


ger 


Vtrterla barlione Stanley 
Martin and Nanaimo's Mickey 
Rodgem will compete today In 
the finals of the Pacific North- 
weat regional Metropolitan 
Opera auditlona In Seattle. 

Winner of Inday'a audlllona 
will be rhooen to compete 
against winner* of ether re- 
giona foe a one-year rwttran 
with the *^et ‘ 

Mr. Martin gave hi* first te 
cital in two year* here Iasi 
fsn after recnveiing from an 
III 


•mashed car free the rail 
dkwel mr continued on under 
It* own power to the terminal 
to discharge II* d<«rn passen 
ger* before moving on to (he 
ntundhouse for repair*. 

The fmni end of the aurn 
mobile, on Ihe dnvei's **de 
waa demollahed almost as tar 
bock a* the dashboard. Inside, 
the steering wheel Was broken 
and the windshield w s * 
cracked 

r^ice said the car was 
trsvelhng west on ^aquimall 
Riiad when II ersahed Into ihe 
from left comer of the day- 
liner nearing tlie end of its 
tnp to Courtenay and bach 

Su|iennlcmSent of the E. A 
N Railway. Onugla* C llaii 
ley said the rail diesel car i* 
the only one on Ihe Island but 
s ervice wouM not be Interrup- 
ied by Ihe arrldeni because 
■'ll wouldn't be damaged very 
mu<h an far as ofietsiion is 
concerned " 


f.mtiti He t ree in 12 )enr» 


No Appeal Planned 
In Till Sentence 


There will be no appeal of 
the 16-year vnience for man 
slaughter against Matthew 
John TIU. defence counsel Jo 

COs Changed 
By Squadron 

Victoria's 24.*A Aircraft Con- 
trol arvl Warning Squadron. 
RCAf iAuxlltaryl. will change 
commanding officeT* amid 
pomp and eeremony today at 
Ihe Bay Street Armoury. 

During a SBplece squadron 
band parade, starting at 2J0 
p.m.. retiring Sqdn. Ldr. R. D. 
Htggina will formaUy hand 
over command to Sqdn Ldr. 
David B.|Aamii 

All friends of the squadron 
aie Invited to attend. 



JAMF2t (T)RLETT 

* • « 

Seen 

In 

Passing 

James < orlHI atwrw manager 
of Ihe Vancouver Island Roller 
Canary Oub rhecNlng prv 
gram for Ihe show held vra 
lerday al Si Mary's VTiutcb. 
• A kmg lime Victoria resident, 
he came frttm the Isle of Man 
in 1911 and runs live* si */74b 
.Sheibnume Hi* hohhv raiaing 
ranartes 'Hi at the m«»men(i 
Bnaaitmnd Toser admiring 


a finger patniing 


Stan 


aeph McKenna announted laal 
night 

Mr McKenna aald he de- 
rided to rely on the hope foi 
• fhofiening of the sentence 
by Ihe executive auihnnlles 
rather than appeal to a higher 
court 

He said if Till earns al) good 
conduct remiaakma he could be 
freed on parole In 13 yearn, 
one month and 31 days 

The sixteen-year -old TUI was 
charged with murder in the 
Sept. 13 slaying of hia footer 
father Charles Mudge. 36. The 
jury relumed a verdict of 
guilty on the reduced charge 
of manslaughter Last month 
TUI waa amtenced to serve 16 
years in Ihe penlientlary. * 

Mr McKenna said the only 
mailer for consideration by a 
court of appeal would be 
whether or not the aentenoa 
was excessive. 


Southern Rh«idesla Af'~’ • 
whnre Mr Riwsert prailised 
anhlte«ture. ventilating prob- 
lem* were more im^xiant than 
heating and w«md was used 
•partngl) because of the ter 
mile problem 

Mr and Mr* Roa«en hfiih 
graduate arrhitecia from I'ni 


\er*m 'd t'speiown «aid they 
lived quiie well' in Afrfce. 
wiih *ia -ervants 

Rut they de< Med l» «el| out 
and t'ome to (’anada be«'auae 
they believed (hia country al- 
forvied hMier opportunitiea for 
their children and becBuse of 
n«mr naiiunaU»t feelmga tn 
Afrba 


Em :i(y Bmtl Found 
• » 

Search Begun 

For Fisherman 

Seanh has been started for a tvVvear-«W fi>diei. 
man whowe boot was fixind pikd on the rork« of 
Momliy IslarMj. nearly IH btairs after he *ei out atone 
in It. over the pnHeat of friends 
RCMP i’x Coaai <;uard 



and Rt'AF rewue eKtrdinaik'n 
unit* were due to tweep Ihe 
area weal of Htdoev today in 
a hunt for John Rasmussen, 
misving and leaded drowned 
fnwn hts 3R-fuot troUei. Plying 
('kHid 

TKe mtaaing man la a hai he 
Inr fmm P revoat. Stuart !• 
land on the I S •idr of the 
hordet 

He was tasl seen ThurwUy. 
after apendlng an evening with 
•time friends in a lavem 

(me of hia friends William 
t*hevalier aenlor toM Waah 
Inglon auihorltlea. *sare didn't 
want him t«> *ei oui akme hui 
he Insulted ' 

Hia boat, a -iHfnnt gillneiler 
ttye ’Tlylng Cloud'’ »•* found 
by the Bert ^Illiotl family 
Moresby Island with the port 
side rgved In 

W'tiham Pgelaitd '^kjttev . 
who towed Ihe damaged fish 
hoal lo ^Choal Harbor, said the 
Igniiton was on and ihete was 
•till fuH in Ihe lank 


The bioi was found abmil 
five miles fnon Rasir-.. ier> a 
home *wo mile-, inside the 
I'mted Slates hunter 
The Rt'MH "PB «V patrolled 
the area l**( nirhi in ihe h<»pe* 
of seeing a light 

Air Sea Rescue heailquatter* 
was due lo )oin the aSarch this 
morning ' 

.Shenff Kite L Krtrkwm of 
Krulay llarbni San Juan la 
tond. said he rnnlarted ihe 
Coast (fUard al Seattle who 
had the llghthuuae keeper al 
Smart (viand chevK on Ra* 
mtisam s whereahoul* 

The shertf! said he wa« told 
the fisherman has not te 
tuineil hume and had nut heeit 
srri. kiniv 'Tbursadv 

.Mr Pgriand said ihai when 
he pulled Ihe hoat off the 
rocks lUi the wesi sole of 
Muie«b) II* pMslIlgp showed 
(hai II must have been opetai 
Ing with Ihe m<itnr on 

An esttmaied ('Wilt damage 
was done lo (wo planks on (he 
port side. 


Holmew standing on a street 
corner •••** t omey aorting 
mall and glad CTi.islmav is 
ovri John Dawson' shop 

ping with -hi* famil) 

Aalrid mandile rnaking an un 
srhsMuled trip to Duncan 
Ove HHt saying goodbye lo 
Victoria prior to a nine month 
Toronto visit John OUna 
hard ai work for the Victoria 
Hun Club Boa Bentley dia 
appointed by the cflnsmg of the 
duck season Phyllis Malr 
recovering from an attack of 
flu . Brian O’tnnnHI study 
Ing Oltaws newspapers 


Hope Fades Fast 
For Missing Trio 


Hope IS fading for a miasmg 
tugboatman and two men 
aboard .; missing flshboai in 
■the BtrAt of Oorgta 

RCJlP seatTh offlrtals said 
last mghl (he sen and air hunt 


Trouble in Store 
For Sidney Dogs 


SIDN1>IY Du^ owner* aie 
In trouble. U preaaoi efforta 
of (he village council lo find 
a dog I'stcher bear fruM 
Nearly one third of Ihe doga 
In (he village are maiaififf 
ebout unlicenced vlflage clerk 
A. W .'tbarp (old Ihe council 
last week 

"We aold only 48 hrence* 
last year, compared with 130 
Ihe year belore." be aald. "The 


p«4ice uaed to pK-k up stray 
doga. but (hey won’t do K any 
more, with the result (hat no 
bndy botheta with a licence." 

Chairman Dr C. H Mem 
mtngs emphaalied that 
licences should not be looked 
upon aa "a money -ralalng 
scheme ” 

Council agreed with the 
chairman, and derided to ad 
vertlse for a dog catcher and 
pmind keeper. 


hav limv cailed off It will tw 
carried no by giound porite* 
loday 

The shoieline of Thoimanby 
Islands* and pari of (he main 
land will he covered by search 
parties looking for Ray Kawa* 
nik). male of the 50 foot tug 
Gander which went aground 
W'ednesday In heavy seas. 

liround searchers will also 
comimie to comb the beaches 
of Redontla Island and «ur 
rounding islands (or William 
Kva- of Nanaimo and (Kirdon 
Headley of Redonda Island of 
the flahboai .kea Witch which 
vanished laal Tuesday 

Dragging operation* for (he 
wreckage of a crashed R(’AP 
jet fighter In the victniiy of 
Oyster Bay near I'ampbell 
River continued ycaierday. 

An utvdeiwaier TV camera 
will be used io examine any 
wreckage located In Ihe drag 
gmg operallona. 


It Mi«lil a.s ^fll Bp Spriii" 

Just to lie on the sure vide, ('«n>l JohiLston. 11, of 
Lyall, took her unibrellji sho(>ptnK >estenlk>. 
(MJt she cnuIrTse left it at home, a* Victoria haMked 
in almmt five hour* of glonou* viirtshme TTte 
weatherman think* *he might n»s*d it iiMiny, tlrouKh. 
He'* pri'dk'iing un-iettled weather fi»r the iH'Xt few 
day*. It 'oloniat photo. 1 

i round ihe Island 


Two in Hospital 
Alter Crashes 


NANAIMO Th = = pc.' 
Wfir iskiui Ui Nanaimo Ho* 
pMal fo|li*w(nr at>i>tfiil* In (be 

illy PiUlay mghl amt 

day aft<*i iiisHt 

Ml*- Shtidi.v Kurresl. Lam 

bTT< .Sltl'cl. •!, a ,-4| 

driven by het busbaml. was 
released altet tjealinent Pri 
day mghl She wa« mjuied lit 
a (olllabm heli-een (he cat atid 
a truck tifvl'emnx Road 

Ml* Charlotte ljm1<|ii)*i 
Nova Biieel was knocked 
tiowti by a <ar a* *(>e 
( ommetcial .sireei at 1 15 prn 
yesterrtav and wa* kept In 
hii*(Hial 

* * * 

Bhurl ivitiiwa fm Vani fHiver 
IsUitd dealers In — ‘-M*. feed* 
fertthrrr* and agrintlluia) 
aupplie* will he hebi by fmtrral 
and provincial agilcuttur^ off) 
tlala Peh II at Saanlchton 
experimental farm and Peh Ik 
In Utsod Halt. Parkaville Par 
llculai* will br ^r...Miuneed 
later. 

« * *. 

PARKSVILLK Sum ..I 
Sl.qno ha* hren sei a* the 
•tbjenive (iK Ihe annual polio 
(und campaign sponsoitsi hy 
Parkavtile Kin*men Ouh 
‘The Mother- March ha* 
be«’n set foi Ian 31 and II is 
anllcipaied that about M 
mothers fion> Ihe Parksville 
l^uallcum di*irVi will lake 
part in ihe campaign. 

* a a 

PARKSVll.l>'. The annual 
meeting of Mr unt Ai row smith 
bram-h 46. CanadUn Is*gion. 
will be held a* Paiksvtlle 
IshCNrn Mall al 8 p.m. Wedne« 
day. Offkera will be eiecled 
lur Ihe ensuing year. 


D! %CAN Mavur J. T 
Dii(>-T-r: illtileietl at ih<- 

rti ><)g i*i <eii*rnoni when 

l«»ur ti*»ol irutii'i- lotik 

offh*- fotitiwlng llieii reebs- 
bv atrlamaliun Pat Ma**>n 
aiMl Will Peck were rr-.-le«i*d 
til repiew-m Ihe timrrgaiu/ad 
aiea of Shi'iiol Olatrii'i Ii5 
i(’ow|<-hant «iul (b*«Hge \Ahd- 
laker and (irHiit l.a>ve<o-ih wete 
reelei-ted lo iepre*ent .Noith 
l ‘iiwli han 

Mrt Isabel 1. Kaihoo te- 
pti**entlng llie I'llv of DuiM-an. 
wa* •woiM in al Ihe lilV roM.i 
('ll meeting M<»ndav 
John Hornet wa* i Inaien by 
tile board lo be '-hativiMn. foi 
the ftHiitb year Vice chairman 
will he r.eoige Whittaker 
A refeiemluni helnic --r.- 
aideird by the bitatd whn-li 
Will see a mimhet of new 
•MhiaiU bull! 

A saoiiv negoliaiing com 
mine*' III cany through nego 
llalMh:^ nf valMlIr* fni mit-<! Ie 
empkiyeea of the board and (qi 
oMifuienital emplovee* will’ 
«-nn*isi nf Wiir tVrk s* chaw 
man. Grant Loye*e«h. Mr* 

I I. Tatitoii and Pat Msmii 
* s * 

DCNCAN The *»*•■( 
late in aitivinv ai Kui * 
Daughters HoapUal 1hl« .Viat 
Ihe firiil habv mil arnvuig 
until Jan 4 but .■UH-e then 
the rwcnrd ha« kee n more than 
sustained 

Jan 7 ‘*w ■ total of <'11 
biMhK. Imtuillne tme set of 
twins bnya In the six other 
single Wrths there were two 
br>v« and Imir girt* 

The hrat New Yeai baby 
wa* bi»rn tr« Mr ami M: ■ 
Michael Kyan of Tiuiik Hoad 


Saanich 

Park 

Hopes 

Costly 

Snknich (Ytunoil u un* 
able to buy one of the last 
suilabW* waterfront prop* 
ertiex for (Mirk (Xirpoaea be* 
<*:iuse of \\% low- parks 
buduel . I'oun. Charles 
Nrlle*. t*hairman of Saan- 
ich parkx committee, <aid 
Uxt nisht 

"I krw>w of a Jhai re beauty 
tpiil. the ..iVi waletfrimt for 
•fsetal mile* whbh 1* Up (hr 
aaie.' br mbkI "Saanudi paika 
ik*paiirr>mt know* it roust 
save thi* property ter futuia 
griirraiimt* of children but the 
prirr IS Ilmi.Oisi. and Ihe 
parks (urnmitter doesn't have 
that much money 
FMO JOBS. ONP. B(4 K 
The lomplelr hudgel lor the 
dr|Mriinent is likely to be only 
about 650.unu O'un. Nellrii 
•aid. And there are at leaat 
two |oba waiting (or every 
dollar in sight. 

'Ijiyinc away (nr the (ii- 
tufv t« our btg problem lo* 
day be added "If we iall uur 
children and old people it will 
br (nil late In their lime to 
• arve park* out of mile* nf 
apaitment* and ba*ine*s mnea 
itiai are surely gnmg to fiU 
.Saanich " 

T.AIJi ABOl T IT 

Die waterfiiinl properly 
will be diMUMiied al (he next 
me<*ting of th4- paiks lom- 
millce to he held Jan JO 
"Reeve (.enrge t’hallerloo 
has suggested that one mill of 
our taxes eveiv vear about 
S\l(inn this year wttuM be a 
ptnpet amount for parks. " tie 
*akl "This IS iwve last year'* 
apptopruition but 1 hope many 
people will applaud the sug- 
geoilon 

If Sakmeb parents jn year* 
from nuw have s comfortable 
leellng ihat there are plenty 
n( line park* where (heir rkil- 
dtwn can mIcIv play all day it 
will be because our genera- 
tKin *«h-te«*ied m solving a 
very Imigh pi»»hlem’* 

Rehearsals 
Jan. 20 
For Singers 

Vn-ioiia Chiual .Suoaty nards 
new memhets In all se«iion*. 
musical dll eel or Blanley 
llohan vaid veslcrday 

.Ml Unban w||) begin re 
heart.:?' Jan. 20 m Memorial 
Hall 013 Vancouver, for a 
spring progiam to include 
dlslihciive shotl llema.** many 
uf Ihem s|N'«'tal arrangement* 
. o( folk iuttga.