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r«fir04iv«r ImmH's l4N»ding Seu»p 0 B^r Sinre 1858 


VHTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TIESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1959 . 


23 PACES 


No. 2^10Ui YEAft 


Tdtphf^f^^EVS-4111 


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CtrcutetUMi . • • . EV MTa5 
Sporu •••.••. EV S-TDOO 







Guide in Struggle 
For Men s Minds 


AU fRiilet ncm, l3*y«or'Old Domkl 
Fitzpatrick, frcovcrine in St. Joncph a 
HoapiU) from the traffic acctdmt that 
kilted his horac. is visited fay Wes God* 
dard. president of the Colwood Trail 
Ridera, and thown what the club's 


cheque will took fake that w>ll erwhie 
him to buy a new horse The boy 
was so saddened by the loss of his 
faithful mount that the club pUn< 
In hold a dance next month to raise 
(Ryan's Studio photo. i 


Police Find Kidnapned Child 


Mr Dietenhsk^rs plan to (ho«e »hn tAtll )oin in fiee 

There is no hellet »ty to ek 0«im snd for fr^lom in tn» 
plain freedom than tor the stiuacle f<« men ■ heaits and 
nations of the free world la mmds. * he said 
meet toceiher exchange ideas Mr Diefenbaker explained 
and reach a common haais for there «a« an awakening of 
a deitarallon of freedom s national pi ide in A*ia and es 
‘feed ' penally I'hina 

Me asaened ‘Surh a declai He said mat Ruxaia had 
aiion would give to ihe un paraded its srienlilic ai'hieve 
committed world a solemn rnents to make the un«oft*nit 
pledge of wlllingne«a to work ted cmintnes believe that the 
for better eionom If •ondltimis free world was deiadeni 
in whk-h human dignity equal The prime miniaier plewded 
Ity and loleram** will be that the Weal -reaiate. and 
recogfilaed defirse lla purpeasw. Ita prtn- 

And peraonai liberty, free ciples and Hs Meala because 
dom of thought, espresaiiin ss the Cnmmimlsts hsve distorted 
sinnslinn sr>d religion pledged ?h# meaning of derrHWTScv ** 


Ana<ttas Mikoyan teams »lTh Jerry Lewis 


itb Brando, Lewis 


Mikoyan Meets 
Stars, Students 


NEW TOfUC (API A baby 
Stolen new born from her he* 
pital baselnefte on the night of 
Jan 3 was restored Monday 
to her tearful happy mother 
A vagvie. distraught woman 
^ho herself had borne eight 
children was held ss the kid- 
napper 

The alleged abdurtor of baby 
Lisa Roae Chloftrhlo was 43- 
year-old Mr* Jean iavarone. 
•■ho Is to sppesr in Brooklyn 
felony court today. Sha la 
char^ with kidnapping, pun 
ishahle In Sew York stale hy 
a maximum of 30 years to Ufa 
In priaen. 

TO PKCflHl fir. MAS 

Polka aaid Mrs Iavarone 
• anted a hew horn child to 
pass off ss her own to pul 
preaaure on an unidentified 
bov friend Into marrying her. 
Otvorre and death had shat- 
tered her two previous mar- 
riage* and scattered her seven 
living rbUdrea. the youngeM 
three years old. 

**lt feals wonderful to hava 
her In my arms." said Lisa 
Rose's mother. Mr*. Trances 
Chlonrhlo. 38. as *Ue cradled 
the baby In her arms. The ro- 
union took place In St. Peter's 
Hospital In Brooklyn, where 
the child had disappeared 3S 
hour* after its Mrth. 
rARRD »*OR 

At the mother's lear* damp- 
ened the rhIld'B face. Lisa 
Rose slept serenely The baby 
appeared to have been well 
tended 

A telephone tip led police 
to Mr*. Isvarone's neat but 
humble apartment where she 
lived alone, only 14 blocks 
from St. PHer s Hospital. 

There, asleep In an old- 
fashlonad wicker rrfh. was 
IJss Rosa, safe and haslth) 

When Mrs. Iavarone waa 


U>S ANGKLES (API— 

Rux.sia * Anastas I Mikoyan 
got into the movies II a* 

Kill ptme 

The Sovtet firsl deputy pre wA M M w 

mier dropped in ai Paramount 

Studios where he talked and sMwmMswMwwMMMMMwwMi 

Joked wtth Marlon Brando snd 

then starred in a brief film \ A.^t'Oil'KB — T r a a s- 
sequence with Jerry l..ewts and < anada Air Umw will bolld 
Nina Meirill a 8&.aaajaa jet-age awHiio- 

HK;N point Of DAY •* V**-nmer la 

Irmsllnwal Airport la bssss* 
The movie «el visit was Ihe «J| iwrtUne ftrrt. 
high point of a day long tour/ 
of Lw Angeles which started 
wtih s trip around the rampus 
of the I'niverttly of ('ailfnrnia 
at Angeles Mikoyan’s 

Ut«' kmk at an American uni 
versity 

Aa he walked onlo the film 
set he shook har>ds with I.,ewit 
Then he embraced the shapely 
.. X-- • c j Mlaa Merrill 

( nnlro rtnng 
Execute 71 i.uhan$ 

( Page 1 1 1 


If hat Can (Canada Do? 


hill l.iifuor Higlilf 
Promifeil Ifir/irin* -• J 
(Page Ji 


IJCOPOIJIMI.IJL. Belgiaa 
< oagA — Belgian parolron^ 
era poared lai* |.eapnldsma 
la aatirlpatlaa af m a r a 
Mnady rtotfag by Afrkaaa. 


Prince* Shetlereit 
Wv tnnkeetier 
(Name* in New*, Page .‘^1 


tJOn AN'(*RI.BB — .4aa- 
stu Mlkoyw s^ BawOa 
doe* isfd W'mH to go la war 


BKTTTR BRtKPTION 

"She got a much betfet te 
reption than I did ' t.ewls com 
plained 

That s because I have more 
expciience with women.' 
Mikoyan said 

At rtXA Mikoyan got a 
warm reception 

ten DBNT<t K.W Ib.D 

I envy lhn*e who can study 
and eat." he told students 

"I had no opportunity to at 
lend college I am a graduale 
of the school of life arid revo- 
lution ' 

Pointing to his son. Rerge. 
who accompanied him. Ihe 
Soviet first deputy premiei 

said 

MRXKKR THA.N I 

"He was mme fortur'sle He 
graduated from college Hut it 
was not the university of revo. 
lutlon I consider him weaker 
than I " 

5krge aaid nothing 
Mikoyan evpounded on Com- 
munlat economics to the gradii 
ate Btu^nii In reply to a 
question on Red ('hlna’a com 

munea. he said Russia once 

tried them and they didn't 
work 

INC RNTIVR NRKDRD 

'*W> came to the conclusion 
they did not function sreli with 
out material incentive " he said 

LONDON «Reuters> A 35- songs and the Russian ilm '’Communist (liina has also 

vearoM (ormer milk tester hasay in London has offered to now recognised the need for 

who i-lalms he can sing the help material incentive ' 

* world's lowest note may go to His musk learher. Srheer Mikoyan inld ihe seminar 

Pleeth. said Monday he be «hat in a way the (ifiinese 

of Portsmouth llevea there are some obscure communes eanii bf which em- 

sing "fight off Russian annga wtth the low- 'braces several tens of thou 

Ihe piano’' an enough notes to suit hia pupil, sands of people in a aemi- 

than the great PWth added that the Rtia- military organlxatton cnntrol- 
inger Chaliapin, siana are going to search Mob- ling everything In Ita area 
a running out of row archives to find them. are "a cnoperatlvs." 


MONTBRAl.^A Germaa 
freigbler wm ftral rfmmmer- 
Hal vewwi In six weeks to 
briwk free from the Ice- 
bfNind port mt Mnnirral. 


I niim» Oiitgrouing 
Emotional 4 $ipeal • 
(Page 12i 


Joyful parenta gel baby back 


AN4 HORAGR. Ala«k* — 
Mreckags of n»l««lng CAAF 
fitobe master was reached on 
an Alaskan glacier TKera 
were m» survivor* among 
nine men aboard. 


.-^ngrv TP R orker* 
Tie I p Montreal 
(Page TJi 


NE\V YORK <I'PI> Amen of l.oulaiana is pushing this 
can industrv is being warned drive He says i htg Increase 
against diiplkaling its eco in CS pii'-*'e investments 
nomlc Invasion of Canada in abroad should reduce the need 
other Isnds for foreign aid and is a heiier 

DIpiomaia and corprtrale way than foreign aid to com 
executive* with long expert prte with the Communtsi bloc t nnUi-s 
en<e abroad are telling Amerl The big reason* for the in 
can husinesamen that Riirope dualnal mlgtatton are to avoid 

e«perlally will not stand by tariffs, exchange restnctionf 

and see American capital grab and quotas, to prepare to meei 

devninant position* In Kuro the expected lough common 
pean Industry such aa Amen marVet competition in Western 
ran firms h^d In ('ana<ts Europe, and to be in a better 
Any attempt by American poaltlon to cuittvata local 
firms to get more than 30 to markets intensively. 

25 per rent of Ihe business In 
any one country will arouse 
dangerous reaeniment. these 
experts have told the maga- 
rJne Rusirvesa Week 
Operations '■4>y American 
firms abroad beyond 25 per 
rent of the market will be seen 
as a kind of transplamed 
dumping production unfair 
competitively and dangermi* 
to the Bovereigntv of the 
country Involved, the expert* 
said 

TAX lNrKN*nV>A 
This warnl(ig comes Just 

a aharp debate ia developing Russia to flr>d suitable songs 
In ('ofigreas over whether the Tom King 


•eked with the haby she in- Later she remarried and had 
•isted It was her* and said five anna and a daughter 
•he had borne It herself Jan before her «e<-ond husb«nd died 
2. Bui after bl«»od tests medi In 1956 Twe of ihesr children 
cal examinationa and footprint livR wtth thetr older half- 
comparisons. MfX'ahe said brother The other four are 

■‘There la no doubt, on the arettered among orphanages 
basis of sclenilfic evtoem-e. or foster homes 
lhai she took Ihe child " Pnike said si>me of Mr*. 

Mrs Iavarone had two suns Iavarone s children were lv>m 
by a first marnage that ended ai St Peter's Hosptial. where 
In a divorce In 1B40. Her eldest the Chtonchto child waa 
son 23. died Iasi .September. abducted. 


\ AN<X>rVKR— The Black 
Ball ferry f 'binonk w III ha 
wHbdrawa from s e r v I c • 
Walay for propeller repair*. 
H •ill resume am maJ serv- 
ke Wednesday. 


tAMBKIDt.R. Mass.— 
Atlas, Ike McgeM I’A sHlft* 
elal nmnn. Is expeded la 
pJange la flames Jaa. tl 
after ortaMIng Ike eartk for 
more thaa a m outk. 


Youdc Piratra Makr Swilrk 


Jolly Roger Flies 
Over U.S. Capitol 


l4>NDON— Tke Ikreal af 


Reds Help Basso 
To Find Low Note 


Secession 

Studied 


Prospect I.,ake and Dlatiicl 
Community Aasociaiton last 
night appointed a fart finding 
committee to Investtgale waya 
and means of seceding from 
.Saankh Munklpallty 
David C Wright 5387 
Ruaton waa appointed chair< 
man of Ihe lour-maa 
I commttlea. 


MM. jea:^ uvaronk 


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BEAI TUTL THINGS NFJ';D NOT 
BE COSTLY 

lOtptndon H«y 
^ ttr * • pranfB for • com 

, ^ ^ ••rvtco withli 


HprrialWMX la 
air thlpinrato 
aroti^ the 
w«rU 


HAYWARD’S CHAPEL 


KVS-MU 


7 S 4 BROl UUTON 
Bruo* U. Lryd^n. Manacar: Hayward Vaaily, Dp-acton 
Mn. 9L W. Ball, Dlractor 

Incmifi^ SaperviBBd Parking 


9atl^ Colmlg! Vlclark, I.C„ Taaa„ Jaa. tS» 1H9 


Liquor Right 
Promised Indians— If 


Carlni^v Deal 
I luler Stud y 

a 

A b» 41 ar 4 m 1 mi aarbafo 

fur %'lrtorta roumlHC and 
apurtmmi komne% 

Gartiacr rummllt^ of rtly 
(waarU yrali rday di cidr d Ui 
fuahtrf avain at aodfri 
UoM wtiHlwr mora Um« mm« 
raa of farteca a work 
•iMMtkl a# rriWM rd frru from 
aparttni at Worka, ar tf Mi* 
rii^rco for oxtra ran« xhcMild 
bo roducod. 


Pffmjyr Pcnnrlt haa pnan brt«'f la tha provincial cabinol 
load full liquor ^ghia la In- ropmrniailon on 

.. .. .i , ^ . th* provincial advlaory com 

dlan. If ijo ffctrr.l imrm- ^ 

man! wlU fiva unquaUfled par- vlncUl aaalaianco in road I 
mlaakkii to Indiana la hava malntanaac* on hlghwaya I 
lUquor on rodrrvaileiu. j running through rawrvattona ^ 

‘ Hia promiaa lollowart , l*i« uaod by lb* gonaral pub- 

a a 

from lb# Naitva Bmtliarhood provincial ftvo par cam aala« 
of BritUh Columhla. (as 

Aitornay < >rn<>ral R o b r r t 
Bonnar said laai night that 
(ha Irvliana hava tha same 
piivilagaa aa avaryona alaa In 

Ih-aiiaad prrmlaea but arc not Ml acouaiNftO Of*ta 

ailowad to pm chaw liquor *rp^L^i!i“ aoM. w» 
from liquor ateiat barauaa of mm « — « aui. 

iha prohibition of liquor on •-»»*• i.. 

raaarvalitma undar fadaral r If E b bmwt *••• 

■l«(uta imimm im »»;u t«» 

‘ The Native Brotharhoml 


First Soviet Ship 
Reaches Halifax 

HAIJKAX |IP1>— Tha Kuanlui 

fraiglitrr ProfrvMir Popov arrived bar Mondsy to 
unload a cargo of rhrnmhim ora for a MontraoJ 
importing firm. It wna tha flral vbiH of a Kinaiao 
vaaval t«» thiv port in ‘iO faor>. 


^ UOMIMIJN 

“ C <;i\sr \siiRS 

' |V‘t uoc vAkUC 90c 


Downhmn Trent-li 


I'sing a mechamcal ihoval. workman 
dig a hole for a tr«naformar vault on 
Broad Street between View and Fort 
at excavation work began again yet- 
terday in !he B.C. Electric'a under- 


Warfare on A«[ain 

ground wiring program. First phase 
ot work involves tiwching on Broad 
between Fort and V'iew and on Doug- 
las between Broughton and Courtney. 
^(Colonist photo.i 


'Sothing Plannpfi Here* 


City Postal Men 
Shunning Protest 


A Virlofla offkial of the 
Cxivsdian Poalal Employaaa' 
AwKiatioo xaid "thaia is 
rmihlng piannad hara** in the 
nf joining a nation wkla 
prolcat for Aag*> lnrraaar< 
•oggestart h> othor axsnrta 
ti*«nx 

In Vancouver, the xAinia 
ti'ot executtva will axk MV) 
memharx i«i approvr their cl 
font •« ga» a iirtamnnth 
txiva end ha>'k a utitiad appeal 
h\ all aaanrtatma* 


Vancouver postal w<iHiers 
will be salted te suppr*tt * 
prdnl resniutloo dMitng with 
xalaries and refusal of the 
fivWral govemmeni lo grant 
wofkem bargaining nghlA 


Sea Damafie 
Costs $5,000 

Osk lay re MI N I leaf etshl 
approved pending ef an 
eettmnMd UJM to build a 
new aen waN afonf IM fer« 
ef (be Kapienade where 
stor m y erwa tael week bat 
lered Ibe feendnWee. 

Mwnklpel eegbieer (*. O. 
ISbito reported the send Is 
new Ibree feet lower In Ihl* 
eerlton than nben Ibe wall 
was b«m In IMT 


Original Student 
Of Academy Dies 


WHAT 

ABOUT 

this word 

VALUE ? 


Ig thm any real meaning left in tha word **Talue'’? 
We think th«re ii, and we know it's mighty important 
to the man about to buy a new car! 

There are plenty of good automobiles in thowrooma 
arroM Canada. They give you a lot of car at a reason- 
able price. But fur rolut to have real meaning for you 
when you're ready to buy . . . you've got lo get the 
moAf car at the loutst ponsible price! And we honestly 
think that qualibes iKnlge as the ra/ue car of tAi yeorf 

Here's why we think Hodge gives you the mo.<f car for 
its low price! In style. Dodge has started a trend you 
see in .some form on practically every new car on the 
street. It mast have something! In convenience and 
comfort features and in imght new driving ideas, Hodge 
ofTemyou: push-button drive, swivel seats, push-button 
beat control, Torsion-AZ/fiT Ride, Total-Contact 
brakes, to name oniy hve! 

lie! *8 talk alioul performance! Only Hodge offers you 
engines with the advanced design features of either tha 
all-new *.J20-hor5epower \ -8 or the marvellous, money- 
saving Six. newly improved for '59. That means the 
mad in performance and economy benefits to youl 
And as a final measure of real rafug, let's not forget (he 
exclusive Hodge extras that cost you not a penny more: 
independent parking brake, Safety-Rim wheels, Onflow 
ihnrk abenrlim. and famous Ht^ge dependability. 


Vxn.«Kivi*r we* Ih^ «ec»n<l 14,^ Cunnlngbem. who Mr* Cunrvinghfm wx* thx 

• »mri«tmn #xMMtlve to |h* flint xtuitont HtWni daughter of th^ late Mr 

vKto In (aXf> •ixpa fm thw wag* (g reguicr at Ih# old St Ann a and Mra Itonrv Maguirr Shi> 
iMuc (hi* scar attor Tor*>nto Academy In Nanaimo, <1l#d at cam# to I'anada finm Idaho 
poatel wofkiTX raiaed tho l» Vaneouvor Sunday in IS74 and h« family wttliNl 

tSH- «f M. In th« South Codar dlatnct 

Tha Victoria aaxortatlon. Two autari. Mix. S K Jarvto In tha Nanaimo araa Two 
Mid an nrfWMl Will prvihahly and Mt«a Raaa Maguira rwalda brothart. J. L and Rnhrrt 
diaruxa tha mny« at (hair in Vwtnna and ■ i>iMhar Mxgmia ara *1111 npa*ating iho 
maating Jan. 2S. Waltar, m Dalmi» old famii> homaaiaad 



Add it Up! .And you'll know that thus is the kind of 
poi'ug that has real meaning to you. Because Hodge 
represents the value that gives you the mod car . . . 
most style, comfort, convenience, new ideas, riding 
lienefiis, performance, exclusives ... at the lowest 
p(x»ible pnee! But see for yourself! Come in today . . « 
and ro/ue- judge a '59 Hodge out on the open mad! 


Shi p Calendar 


Port Business on Upswing 


After Four-Year 


Farilniax of lira p»»il *if Vii- 
Inna wrra u*ad tae >»ar hy 
903 xhipa w'lth a total (oaoaca 
of ^101 036 Inna 

Harbormaaiar Csp(. R n n 
NawaQ xayx ha lx hnpFfiil that 
port (ntainaaa la on tha up- 
swing again Tha blggaat yaar 
waa Ifn9. wrhan .144 thipa with 
a g r o ut (ormaga of 3 4SS9HS 
uaad tha port 

Capt Nawall aald that hi* 
flguraa don't raflact tha 
amount of gnnda ahippad. 
which (kwa not diraatly con 
cam him 

Hara aia Iha flgura* for tha 
Iniarvanlng yaara ]9M. .YFI 
ihipk 24X1 iiSS tona. 19M IIS 

ahipa. 3.16A.1SS mna; ISK. 371 

ahipa. IJinnM ton*: 19S7. 3M 

Bhipa. 1.W3 76S torn. 


Siar'lng Ih!« yaar ahipa 
uaing »ha port for ln*partion. 
ovarhauL or rapair only won't 
pay harbor duaa. a* thay did 
In tha pa*t. 

ThI* wrill maan a fairly haav v 
loaa in ravanua lo iha govam 

mani Laal yaar Rva xupai 

tankara. hara for ovarhaul and 
rant In KaqulmaJl graving 
dock, lolaltail ITT 064 tona All 
nrrw fall In duaa fraa ratagory 
a • * 

SInra 1SS3. Virtrma Uram 
Klavalor l-'d ha* ahippad mora 
than 16.NXi.0iB) buahaL* of 
gram from ugdan Point doika 
m 16.1 xhip* 

a « a 

Iha hod> of Chiaf Offl<«r 
fjtwln T Davta*. 11 r»f CGH 
Stortalown, will ha brought 
hara aboard Iha (ngata HMCS 
Saw lilaagow' hla roUapaad 


Decline 

and died aboard Iba wr*thar 
vhip during Iha waakand 
t'hjaf OlfKar Daviaa IIM 
Fvqiiimalt Rrtad *alla<} witn 
variou* UK ficma frrwTv-is’^ 
to l<nS whan ha <-ama to 
I'anada Ha wa* bom In Ki*h- ' 
guard Walaa and hod aaivad 
<to Iha .'{Innatown *mia 19V>. 
Ila la *urMvad by hi* w»rk)W 
and ona child »f IS month* 

Naw Olaxgow and tha , 
waaiharahlp ara axpactad to 
rarKlarvoua today TOO mlla* off 
tha waal ma*t of Vancouvar 
|«land Tha frlgxla i« dtta to 
<kH-k at 8 am tomorrow, 
a * * 

Marr-hani «hlpplng In l«land 
|M>rta includua Trinity Pionaar, , 
I'hamainu*. Rrtgxntirta s'mf-' 
top Alabama Nanaimo Na 
iKma) Powar ABiarnl. Norma 
■r>d (>ddingtr»n ('oun Tab«ia. 


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Weather Forecast 


Jsausry IS, 1R59 

rVudy wdih aunny partod*. 
ramainlng mild. W'lrMto xaa*t 
arly 2S. Prartpliatloti Morwlay. 
47. Sunahina SDmlniHa*. 

ftaanadad Tamparwlwraa 
High 47 \jm II 

Koracaai Ta m par a turau 

nigh 48 Low 10 

Sunrtaa . 803 Sun«at 4 13 

Caat Cnaat of Vancou\-ar 
laland rioudyr wlih aunny 

Today’s Events 

m 

Today's Evenlx; VWorto Rl- 
want* flub maat* at 12 10 pm. 
at tha Empra** Hoial . Vk- 
tnria North RNmnl* <l<ib 
nriaala at 618 pm at iba Monl- 
Cray Raataurant Vktorta 
Natural Htotoo Sortoiy maat* 
at J p.m al tha Provincial 
Muaaum . CJraalar Vktorto 
Btoardad t'blMraw’a Aaanrla 
Hoo maata al 8 p m al .Sprncar 
houva. 19A1 rook Vktorto 
Rympbosy Soak4v holda a 
board maailng al 8 pm. at a 
naw hratlnn abovo .Spancar'a 
Storaa on Govemmant Straat 



parioda. ramainlng mlM. 
Winds, southerly IS. High and 
low al Nanaimo. 46 and 38 
Waat C o a a t of Vartcouvar 
laland Cloudy wtih a faw 
aunny partoda Winda anuih- 
arly 30. High and low at Eata- 
van Point. 43 and 3R 
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and atari ymar Dodga faakml 


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AUTOMOTIVS Ob APTSMAMSMie 


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l«ilg (Eolonlif VMwti. I.C. Tm^ Jw. is. 1M* 1 


Ihiilder dal, 


Arrows— $ 3 , 750,000 


RCMP wiU investigate ^hy no rescue atteinpf wat 
mde after a Vkiona reaident reported to dt> poUca 
he MW dtstreia flares from a aailboat foundertiic 
Off Trial Uland Sunday night. 

* * * Owner Vernon Bruee. 71. ot 

w w - Mrtrhoeln. uid he wu eomlng 

§~m W§ WQ around from Sidney under 
MM^g^§,iy powwr when the iSfoet eua> 
■ • • . Illary •aiiboai Alheiroee "hll 


OTTAWA (rp»-Avm Air- 
craft Limited hee offered the 
fovemment a price of ta.79n.- 
000 each for IQP eupersonic 
Arrow Jet Interreptora, In- 


Avro la enderalood ta have 
told the fovemment It can 
produce the Arrew fast enoufb 
te get the plane Hilo equadron 
fervtce neat year inetaad at 


Major remaining devetopmant 
CDCte In the 195940 liecal year 
treuM he about m.OOOOOO 
Informanls aatd It now haa' 


tem and the Amenean Pakon 
air-toalr miuUa wU| functiog 
aurcaaafuily m the Arrow. 


been shown that 


' ‘ , began laktng in water 

• w r lie left einking Albauoaa 

f — # /ri of Trial 

^ Island llghthnuaa* ftted flaraa 
'* from hiR dingh) and finally 
RtTIP. after finding no Ruh- came aiihore at Holland Point, 
aienilal cluee. have given up exhausted afier rowing about 
•earrhing for tiMir men miuing 1S| houra. 

Alhatroes nor 

lU^P S *"y !*<»•“''« debri* found 

along Redonda Island ahifre 

Une for wrvrfcsge of the fuh- ^ ^ 

boat 8aa Witch. Which vanished ,/ 

In the arwa Ust Tuesday Hrrhert Mortis. 1605 Hotly- 

Missing are W'llllam Evans freecenl uw ihe Harea 

Of Nanaimo and Coition Head ***®*** ^ R*"- telephoned 
lev of Redonda liland both ****** ^ pr«wler car in- 
aboard the Sea Witch, Ray v***‘f«‘*d and sesrrhed from 
Kawasnikl. mate of the Shtnoi *h“*e lor a light ai see. and 
lug Gander, which went ‘h*/ noUflad RC. 

■ground Wednesday In heavy Pilotage and R( MP 
seat 72 miles nonh of Na- Rut a B.C. Pilotage spokea 
nalmo. and John Rasmuseen. man last night said there was 
miaslng fmm hie .Id-fnrH gill- nothtf\g on Sunday night's Ing ; 
neiter Plying Cloud which book about flares being glghied. i 
went aground late last week on and an RCMP spokesman Mid > 
Ihe rncky ahnr* of Mnreaby the failure lo follow up on the ' 
Island. 


Thta tigurw reprraenis pro- 


duiiion coals only tnri does 
not include dfvelopment coats, 
spare englnaa ar Ihe mixalle 
aimamefii 

• Avro does not quarrel with 
Prune Minister Diefenhaker's 
figure of ssoo.unn.npo (or im 
Arrows, with all coau in- 
cluded since Ihe flrat develop 
roent eoniract was awarded in 
1953. Of ihls S9 0isi<SMl per 
aircraft. W.nrwi.nnn pu already 
been spent or a total of (4no, 
000.000 


18 ('OMINO 
TO 

EMPRESS 

MOTORS 

<a>aa« -■>« w a w 


Paper work Involved lo 
securing federal aid tor 
muninpai winter work pro- 
gtama came under fue yew- 
lerday from Aid. Elmer 
McfIXven. 

He called lha fbdersl plan 
*'a lot af talk.* and aatd that 
*all this gathering of sta- 
tist ua was juat brain waah- 

liig * 

Announced inientloo of the 
federal government la to pay 
30 per cent of the coet of 
hiring unemployed men (or 
apaciai mu n t c ip^ winter pro- 


JAN. CLEARANCE 

Comfortable 

EASY 

CHAIRS 


TV Searches Under Sea 

Vnderwater T\' enmmni from navy will bt'unsd 
to Klantify wm*ka*e of an Rt'AF jet fighter which 
crashed In aea off Camphell River. Working with 
the air force ia the navy operational diving unit 
from Kiiquimah. under Lt -Ondr. B. F. Aker- 
man.^lBhoto by FVtt Studloa.i 


flarea would be inveetlgated 


BONN tUPl* Weal T 

many's top leederahip yeater- 
dey turned down the Sovtei 
l/ntnn a propoaais lor en laser 
national peace treeiy t : 

divided Ormany and mid they 

^ ^ contain # talking had been asked for 

tatie an tU origuiai appUca- 
lion, and waa ttow swatting 
approval after making a 
said ilte only aetwnd submi'wuon 

aoluitun waa to reunite Or I'fiy 

many fleet through free ele« 


Ger- Jeiis of certain types. AppUca- 
Him# moot be approv^ by 
ptwyiniial govemnaenta. 

Aid M c E w e a ' • bUat 
with followed a report from ilw 
J City engineer that the dty 
- ‘ - - — more 4e- 


On eur Mexumne Fiour . . , t 
wonderful variety ef comfortable, 
•martly eiyled EASY CHAIRB^ 
■t Mg. Mg aavingt in our Janu- 
ary Oaraare e\ent! 


pomi. 

I'hanrellnr Konrad A<lerieuer 
and Foreign Mlniaier Memrich 
von Breniana 


ourH-il public works 
»mmiliee asked the my an- 

Adenauer said tlie Russians gw ■ a 

pn^hably wnuM not have "laid f'g|/|J||| -Jr/ 
ihejr demamu on the (shle * -*1 FI 

NCWTON STEWART Amt- with such bruiai fnr«e* if « Wg* • 
land The three-months oM sertinn of puMic ofunion In , IF 
granddaughter ef Mr Adrian Germany Had not showed Itself ^ 

IhmMur. American handyman wtINng lo negotiate with the /^f • wyt 

who hUvented a Srolileh her Carmans L/iofiin rnotos 

enetcy was snaiched from out H waa leartied in Washing • 

aide her home Aumlay Ninet) Ibat Ruaaia may be willing WAR.SAW iReuleni — A 
minulea taler ahe was hvund « btgh level four power eollerttnn of daguerreotype 

unharmed in an i4d coach 'her'ing on ihe lieimen proh- portiwita of C'hopin la mlaamg 
bouae on Ihe eaiate lem prior to the 3S nsiion meet from among the Poluh na 

« ^ ^ Ing It has proponed on a Ger- llonal trea^utee. a part ef 

Mill IV laiiu ■ i... ireeiy which shortly will he relumed 

turn r.iijijIiL raaie*iMt mnvof ^ augge*il»wi lo this i« Pnlarvd from t'anada. the 

••• I" the chaliman of the Warsaw 

of tha rliv s new oarluunent * RuMisn noie sent Ihe fbopin Inettiuie EMgmew 

^ ^ I'nlied .Staten and 2i other na- Drrewieckl. was quoted here 

lions .Saliirday today as saying 


UT^tnON rHnne HUSp 
and Frtnee ('bailee took lefuge 
in e fiahermen't Inn during 
the weekerwl when their hunt- 
ing lodge waa flooded 
After ahooling wild fowl en 
the Norfolk Broads, they 
found a (enl of water In the 
bedmoma of the lodge arid 
went to Ihe nearby Pleasure 
Bnai Inn. 

Landlord Alherl Amla pul 
the Inn's ihiee hedmnms al 
thetr dispnael for two rughta. 


alumni grrHipa In weaiem 
Canada and the t' S 


NlfiN-IACX 

COeSWALL 

ROCKER 


with double spring asat, 
high shaped back, uphol- 
■tered arms, good chokw 
ef rolora. See thu Cor 

aure 


CLEARANCE 


W'ASHINfrrON PresL 
^wt Parn b ower will meet 
Soviet neputy Premier Ana 
a«ae Mtkoyma Salurdai to dia 
cusa the Berlin erlala and 
other laeuea. 


SWIVEL-TILT 

CHAIRS 

Pamoua Aklar Tltller- 
Chair, alao awrlvela (or 
gowvemefwe. Cnmfon- 
able ahape. covered In 
attractive modern fab 
r*ca Regular 3330. 

Jaavary CVarmiiro 


ART.4IZE 

CORSWELL 

For the email apace . . . 
a very comfortable and 
airwpttve roetaer with 
upholatered erma and 
hack, apnng seat 

Jaatunr Cleoraard 


IRVINE. CaUf. Mvferd 
PInm Irvkw. 3A. multi million 
aire land owner. abM and 
kllWd himself with two guna 
A phyaiclan had been tiaatlng 
huB for bypenenaion. 


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES 

Per Men and Women 
Good Pay Phu ExreNewt Tralwlag 

The .VBool of PaychiatHc NorwiaE. R-C. Neatal 
Health Reniren 
Offers 

A TWn-Year Coarae la Payrhlatrk NnnUoK 

(Wl4iMMi «r« tmf •« e**«aislrw e*fM« M 


VANrCH/VER . lAeoten 
MM-Govemer Prmidi Rms Sat- 
urday became the first man 
ouisM* Ihe publishing field to 
receive an honorary life mem- 
berahip In the RC Weekly 
NewspeperV Aaaoctation. 


PRINCE PHILIP 
I • • ledge fhwMWd 


PRINCE CHARUCS 
• • « landlord helped 


VANCOtrVER — B. R. r 
I.ea1lser, Catuuflan horn British 
MP has relied |./wd Brwser 
broah'a newapepera the most 
Jingmsiir. arurrlkHia and Irrc 
eponaihia m Ihe world ' 


NORTH VANCOl'VKR ~ peiltlral 
Andy PanH. head of ihe Noiih Portugui 

American Indian Bminerhood, didaie I 

yniATPORn 0.N • AVON. has hern teleasrd from boa- who sah 
England Pawl E o bewm. 60, pual following treatment for arreet. 
will play the titk role In a heart condition 
Shakespeare a ’Xhhelle’' this 
■ummer tn Ihe lOOth waann of 
(he Stratford company. 

Sir Laatrenre OItvIer will 
portray "Corioianus.* and 
^barVo Unghaao will play 
*King Laar. 


BO.STON Dr Pdward BIH 
Hog. ** pinnMT In the field 
of paychoanalvMa and cloae 

ssoonaie nf Klgmnnd Preod, 
hoe died after a long lllneea 


TORONTO President 
•'bMide BIssHi of Ihe i'nlveis- 
tty af Toronto has d e p a i ied 
en a get acquainted tour of 


BA.SCKOK KMg Ptmisd 
pen of Thailand donated 4 000 
records of snnga he has wni 
ten for aale at a Red Croea 
benefit 


NEW YORK 


KINGSTON. On! — A «m- columnist MarM Ibrvs 
Virted murderer, wha gm a went la jail tor lA 
“rough time* from other rather than divulge a 
Kingtinn Pentlentiary pris- aourre. prohaMy again i 
eners waa found hanged in aaked to KMnlIfy Ihe 
hia .eU two month# after hu or fare reseniemm (oi 
death aentenrv was com- 
muted !a Ufa imprisonment 
Robed raiToB. 30 nangad 
himself with a rope faaniottad 
fmm hia trousers. Oher 
pnaonera called Aim a "mad 
killer.* 


Hi«n 


Mlfkt TMMgk Tifaa fa Vfa« 
Rkaaa IV Mill 


URBON 

emhaoiy 


Tha Brazilian 
■ '"I ■■ granted 


WA.AHINGTON-W 

RlwaH Mymingtan challenged 
Vlea Praaldin i BMiard .qixen 
yeeterdav ta iaaue a puMie 
percentage comperiann of UR. 
and Russian mie*iia atrength. 
or he would do eo himaaif 
Ntson did not reply. 


MONTREAL - Russia'a new 
■mhassadnr le i'anada Am- 
asasp AroMtualaa, 5d. arrived 
yesterday and said Russia and 
Canada ahould undareiand 
each other better than they 
have done. 


NMvy«Bl|lit 

CANVAS 


HOURTON - A Negro hnuoo- 
wife has won a place on the 
Houatnn arhnni hoard .farm. 
( hartM Whde. wife of an 
opiomeiriel. polled aome 
MAnO voles lo about 29<lin 
for the white tneumhent 


SNEN ARTHRITIC n 
RHEUMATIC PAIN 
CLAMPS DOWN... 

ua n AWT BVTR 

MEF-WVR KAT » 


All sorts of people , , , wqpr earners, famw 
er>. hustnessmen. houaesrivcs ... do ihtur 
aaving. and ocher hanking, a^ a chanerS 
hank. 

Uny*tn and day oul. in every one of 4900 
branches, hank ctntmners are making de- 
pnwti. arranging loans, caahing cheqtwa. 


buying money ordm. puechanng forngn 
exchange, using s«rely deposit hoses, ulk- 
mg over Ananoal pfohkm s of a personal 
or husinesi nature. And the list goes oa 
and on . .. 

Oniv a chartered hank offen a full rangi 
of hanking aervKes under one roof. 


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WtiBkinginn Angh 


Say When • 
Mr. Mikoyan 


**4n independent New§$mper^ 
The Orgnn of /V'o i'Mque or Porfy' 


A» Ij%WRKN( S 

A n the «Je|>g(y premier of th« 
Soviet fovemment. 
tfikevin w«* entitled i« « courteoua 
rereptkm t>y the o(> 

I'nited Siai**« *ov- 


■rm UAtrTTkK. PuWMter lANDfUM GRAVK8. Editor InChlef 

riiMiiii ovary m%mgi UimOmy by Uie IMblfcbew Ud. 

Mil DM«te* SiraM. Wdivte, ■.€, 


however, are un«ler ' 

e«nhr«tw a man J| 

whoae hand* are g|^ Jm 

dripping altb tha 
bl<M)d not only of - — — — ■ 

his fellow countrymen but ,ef th# 
people of Hungary and the other ca^ 
ttve natlena In Eastern Europe. 

Indeed. Ihla (a the opportunity of a 
lifetime to do something for the mU> 
lions of peieons Unprleoned even no«v 
in slave labor rampa in Ruaaia and tnt 
the millions who are dtnled freedom 
behind the Iron Curtain. V^r. at Mr. 
bUkoyan travela around America, 
^ueaiinna «sn be asked him publicly 
eoncarnlng ilie (-onditktnt Insida tha 
Soviet t'nton (or wHIi-h he. as a part 
of the Krrmlln apparatua. la raapon^ 
Ible. 


Ten Years of Hospital Insurance 




When, for lnalar>ce. wUl cenaarship 
be removed ao that the Irrm Certain 
can be lifted for tha mar# than 900.* 
000 nno pe<>pl» who today era being 
f*»r hidden to learn the truth ef what'a 
g'-iog on In ihe w>n td around thsm or 
outside their eountrl^t? 

When will the miUioni of Innocent 
men and women under Kremlin con* 
tiol who have been thrust Into )a0, 
Witbuut ^ :ieaiirtg or a Inal, be giv't* 
a hence lo regain their libertv? 

Wh..; will the »idcr|y p«r»<>na la 
Ihe .soviet I'nion who have childrea 
In the t'nPed .State« bimI other couiv 
lite« tie peimlttej to leave thetr naUva 
land eo they may visit their lamlltea 
abroadT 

When will the people of the Soviet 
Union be given > ihance to vote In a 
fraa elaciion an election In which 
more than the government's owa 
party la allowed to put up candidates? 

When will the right of self gnvvm> 
ment bo given once more to Llih* 
uanla. Latvia. Estonia. Poland, Ri> 
manui. Bulgaria. Cxertioshrvakla. ttuiy 
gary and East Germany? 

When will fieednm of srxpresslen ba 
permlttod for the writers of tha Soviet 
Union, and when will an author Ilka 
Bofia Pasternak ba aliowad lo accept 
an award given him by a non pnllUraJ 
orgsnlraiion abroad such at Ihe Nob^ 
Prtre Utersture* 

Whert will ttie Kremlin withdraw 
Its imopa from the smaller countrlea 
omiigvMus to It and let Iheir peoplea 
eii)oy -,'impletp sovereignty? 


l>on*t Ko XPttinK mny IdPBA, Aon 


Thinking Aloud 


Gem Id K aring 


Reports from Ottawa 


T he Americans ara guing to run- 
tlnue limiting their purihaees of 
o«u* oil and twise metals, to protect 
ttieir ewn pru- f‘ 

Ihe re gotiig to pr ^ 

go on limiting our J' 
purchases of 
Amerliin farm 

peas lo protect 
(' a n a d I a n pr<e 

durers 

Tha Ameiicana ara going to con- 
tinue eeillng surplus wheat abroad 
at bargain prices while endeavoring 
not lo hurt Canadian sales. 

We re guing to apply our new anti- 
dumping laws lo Amefiaan gooda 
where the rircumsianres warrant, 
while ssBuring tha U-A that iheea 
duties aren’t diwTtminatory agamsf 
A>- ‘~in guoda: rhst thev appiv to 
all iDuntrtes even though m faut Oie 
U - ms) be the only country aer- 

k-jsl) affcited. 

Tlwse are the mam areas of ‘ agree- 
ment' in last Week's con(eren<w e( 
('jf.edlsn and Amertran cabinet mtn- 
ls>ecs r>d vexstiMus i|uesi|4»ns of tra>le 
ai'd wTHwimic puluy. .\iUMdy leaiiy 
gav-e way anywhere Yet Einoma 
Minister Klevning says the meetings 
had gone nappllv" and had been 
'extremely uaeful ** 


the cunfeirm.e with (hia belief All 
kiiew very well that :'ana<U end Uie 
U>i. do not take ecunumu- avtion lo 
hurt each other, but rather to pro- 
tect iheir own legnimato Intereeta. 
Any Injury la IncMmial It la due lo 
Ihe fact that the economic Intereata af 
Canada and Ihe Ui?. often conflict. 
We both want to aell our products 
In (ofsign markets while at the 
aame time protecling our own pro- 
durera from undue rtonpetiilon from 
fureign goods. 

Neither government can eeslly 
e«\epi economic Injury or dis- 
advantage to any aubetanilal aection 
of Us pMple aa the price of avoiding 
economic hurt lo a foreign country. 
Tho pemms who mako up govern- 
menia and ieglalaturga are elected 
lo look after the Interesu of tboaa 
who alerted them — even. If nsrssaary. 
of the espense of the Interests of the 
peuule of « neighhifrtng friendly 
cutiativ 


A n MP from Wuebor says ho will 
mtrodktce t lewvlutNv at the 
nest ae»— -n of‘;^rllgnieril ; • : f*ir 

I a nelpmal kdiery. 

I Itinve he arts on the 

government aide he 
K _ ^ * may not jet vrry 
■ Ur. 

■ ^ .J He IS epl to be 

ft lieeiied e(( by tite 

petty MgHigs 
Thet e are some 
things the Ottawa 
gt.vernmenr ony 
Ottawa government, ' leluiiaivi to 
hevo anything to do with A t'slumal 
flag la one. a national aweep*take la 
another 

Funny thing this. ’ In a usy 
Kerry govertm>ent I* heevor on Ute 
lankout (or new eourtes of revenue 
they riesor have esiough and a 
gnvernmeiii lottery would be a wind- 
fall In BC for Insra'- It ui 

create “"ny bedlv iMf-letl 
beds Bill (or some rravim ’ ..-s 

are deemed to be unclean e\r-r: though 
offk-tal eyea are kept shut to pii/e 
diawa (if one kind or another all over 
the piaceA 


D Eptrn' PRE.MIER MIKOYAN 
did not mtei the chance handed 
him on a platter last week by efs* 
throwint' Hungarian and other Iron 
country' refugees in San Franciaco. 
Smiet officials are Quick to make 
political capital at the Wett'i expense. 
The incident enabled him to lay We 
aland fM- freedom But we aland not 
for freedom for hoodhims, but for 
freedom from hoodhims ** It waa a 
leNIng prwnt. e\*en if Russia does not 
aland for freedom, period 

The hostile reception acgtyr^cd 
Mr. Mikoyan by former rentrai Ru- 
ropeang wheroer he goet during Ma 
visit to the United Staten b perhapa 
underatandabie. It should not take 
tha form it doea, howrever. The Jeer- 
ing and throwing of egga and rocka 
auggest that Rumpean refugtea have 
a iot to team ahotii behavior In 
democratic rountrtea, where an of* 
fictal guest b • guest no matter where 
he cornea from. Their displegaure 
may be natural enough recalling re* 
rent 5?oviet represalons in Iheir native 
lands but they are letting dow'n the 
country that hai given (hem iheHer. 


Thaae unfriendly incidents are an 
embarrassment for President Elsen> 
hower and hit government, who are 
impelled to the normal courtesiet due 
to a high-ranking visitor and whoae 
efforts towarda Improving East-West 
relations are not helped by demon* 
stmtions of open hatred They dK- 
loii the picture, also, of custrunary 
VS. hospitality to its visitor? 

Yet if Mr. Mikoyan is a.s astute 
as he to said to he he should he able 
to evaluate the situation oonrectly Re 
must know perfectly well that (he 
(he demonftratora are nol hoodlums 
in the ordinary iien«e of thU wx>rd. 
nor to their hwUhtv a normal part 
of American Hfe. He to hound to 
tacogniaa them aa persons provoked 
by memories of brutal 5?ovlet treat, 
ment. Theae refugees will have lo 
change their wavw If they hope to fit 
Into American life Nevertheless Mr. 
Mikoyan can be under no delusion 
as to whv they resent his preamce. 
But the incidents have given him a 
propaganda weapon to wield as ha 
aeea fit. 


Srt In lhl« context. Ihe conference 
Was net a fstime 

AS Fietning pul if. "Buth aldea 
ttitdeixtand the present status of the 
pmhlems more Hearty than before ' 
The piohirms lemalti. but there la 
greatei unilerxtantltng in both go\ 
ernments about rhaugea - perhaps 
fiiKile perhaps rubstatittal whkk 
nor rurrent economic diffetencea ate 
undergoing And there la greater 
undentandlng of and s\mpathy for 
the poStfinn and feelings of the parly 
Inluied bv the legiilmaie emnomlc 
polirles of the other. 

Tkts underttanilng and (hia a>m- 
path? cannot help but be beneflctai 
over Ihe long term I» worka 
consrioualy and unconaclousty In the 
minds of the men wtin make the 
pellries It impels them to seek tha 
aame protective results ao far aa 
Iheir inteiesls ire rnti»-rmed hv 
nrher means less offenatve to the ' : 
Juied neighbor. And It constrains 
them to took aroutto next time like 
Ihe motorist who, hoMng onto hit a 
pedeairtan keeps a sharper watt?i In 
future far perwona on foot i 


Atiuve all when wlU the Soviet gos^ 
ernment lirgin to honor iU pledges 
and Its piomiset as h rilten In treatlea, 
agieemems and documents of an tie 
let national nature tn the 13 year* 
■•n e the dose of the .Sei-ond World 
War-* 

For there van bo no aaaurance uC 
peace If. one of the powerful govene 
media, with a vast military machina 
at Us diapioal. ran at any lima vtolat# 
Ita arhien word and plurige tha world 
Into war 

There can be no trust, nmreo\er. aa 
brng as itif baaJc priru-lplea of fre^ 
dom and 0 free anclety ara Ignored hy 
the tyrants and auincrata tn tha 
Kremlin. 

Arvistas Mikoyan is a aymbnl of 
dll laiiM ship Last week Ametini' t 

geiuH^sIlN esiNh-Ullv those on tlio 
"llheiar’ sule were enthusiasiically 
a««ijihoMi/ KhtH Uaxtro and express 
Ihg satisrsHion that Hetisia. iho dio- 
ts'oi has been over thrown in Cuba. 
AmrHcane aught not la adopt ono 
rule for dictttuis In this hemlaphera 
and Bnolher fnr Ihe dlclatora ui 
Europe Only a (ew days ago. Dr. Mil* 
•on Flaenhower. the pteabtent'a 
htnther, aald In a refa.rt lo Ihe Whito 
House on Latin Amertcao affairat 
■I helie\e tha suggestion of Vlrm 
r»* vident Nlxrni It anond and would 
he applauded hy Utin America Itself 
that we have an ’sKta/o' lemhrarel 
lor demnerai!. leaders and a formal 
ban f-hake for dlclatora." 


It Is this infiM’Sisle,.. > S' '* e 
penpla would sa> hypocrisy, that la 
difficult to reconcile. 

Aoiely tt>e thesis that a tweep 
stake IS vemotSl ts lone outmoded. 
(I len t he > latmed for Instance. itMt 
CUnadUna ha>-e a higher ethusl 
standard than »a> Rri*- - or Irish- 
men (or that hard In pmve. 

Fspisuilly when governments in 
(!ana«ie ht%e no scruplet about taking 
a rake off from ^tse race betting or 
from liquor vending 

Moat people roukj setilo the mmal 
argument for Ihemselvrs (t •* a safe 
oesumpdon tha eversge buyer of 
aweepetak# Uckefs doesn't think he 
la doing III. or feel in any degree that 
hia eharacter is iherettv <brwugrad**<l 
Nor IS It. This writer for one. I m 
sure wouMn'l he any kinder, any 
more full ef virlue. If he slopped buy- 
ing sweepstake tkkets tomorrow. N’or 
would hie fnenda who simllarlv In- 
dulge. arid who ore aa desirable a 
group of people as be couU meet 
anywhere 

Actually, you know, Inioierante. 
Mgotry bad temper, cruelty of 
which theie are plenty tn be (mind in 
Ihe Ik.i.ii.M isr'c are much greater 
der. — -s than taking a chamw Is a 
ionef > 


Man Explores His World 


I N DISTANT timet acienttoti. philoa* (hat. In Ih# organa of the wt>rM 
ophert and oihen may port over three large, ionf •ul»*aurface currents 
the redord of (ha Third GaophviJcgl of cold water have been traced mm* 
Year with growlnf realtzation mat It Ing in oppnaltkm lo the warm rur* 
w*aa an ambitious attem^ — back in rents on the surface, related to (hem 
the Tw-entleth Century The Irajulry and lo meteorolocical factor* Two 
ranged from the sun to the polm (>f are in the Pacific and one below Ihe 
the earth: from the mountain topa to Hulf .S^^rn. 

tha depths of the aeo. Slxty-tox MaimetM' storms on (he fare r>f 
naliona co-operated In Ita ma^ ef* Ihe aun. tha conformation of land 
forts— a unlverMil watch on trie sun mataet In Antarctica, the depth of 
and interstellar space at s>*nchronlzed the earth's slender outer crust —there 
periods. ITie year— 18 months In has been no limit to the Quegtlona 
fact— came to Its close with asked of the r r s earch teams in the 

.Some of the results are emerflng, Geophysical Year The factual 

but many nnnot be known for up* answers, where there may be any, 

wards of two years yet. will come slowly. A monumental 

A few, scattered bits of knowledge mass of recorded data must now he 

have Boated to the top already; winnowed like grain (o extract (he 

evoking Just as many questions as kemeto The chaff may pile moun* 

they may supply answers of a kind. tsin*hlgh; but the kenvebi will he 

each In Its own way. Electrically* worth that, because each small bit 

charged particles are much denser In will be an addition lo the present sum 

the earth's atmosphere than had be* human knowledge Inevitably, as 
fore been reaUged. The earth’s mag- It was foreseen, mankind will he left 

netk field plays a part in trapping with more and harder questions; hut 

them. Far out in remoter regions of he will have tried In a co-operative 

the atmo^here we do not kn^ pre* way In piece together a llltle more 

cisely what goes on. It is niggested of the puzxle which the universe 

that one day space travel might aettle nreaeni* to hU limited vWon 


\V ho X kKkttng wlhwn? Hew ran 
BUMfvx ha sitnliutad to • mealing m 
In whuk nelthcf »I< 1 « uo<ler'rH>k lo 
cc'rati arirmt xttout ahich the other 
a“if* romplainad* 

Well. It f1r{ieriiU ufinh the premita 
on which -.."J ttarl »ui*h a meering. 
It you anticipate that your esse is so 
strung that Ihe other tide cannot 
avcHd saelng the error of Us ways sr>d 
sfioeing to roiTOci lit error, then the 
•Vuiniemeni of this muferenro would 
he bitterly diMppoIntIng. 

None of tho partklponts went Into 


7 he Pnrimirk 


On Being Superior 


VV/llEN you mako a lot at mutwy 
W anct move intn a fashlonsbla Mg 
houM n u preity hard In withatarul 
the lmptil«e to -lit 
ferenllAie yourself 
from others In 

ways W djfl 


lo a rhii man to hear hi* vnke. !• It 
not poniifirating an aubJorSa far 
removed (torn painkiller or pork, 
such aa simphony or ncin-or.;i^~ttve 
pamilng? 

Hut the woixl Jam ycHi caa get 
Into la being Invited to a rich man's 
horn# for dinner and they ae«ve 
artlchAkes. 1 always thought ait| 
chokes wera llltle Insipid things like 
nude and irobbiy potatoes That la Ihe 
.terusalem artichake But there la 
another arthhuke that I aplerMitlv 
believe aas invented solely (r-- the 
Use uf rich people In mnfuslMg their 
piMir retaihms. It is a tori ol small 
pineapple thing, with apitwv leaves 
sMcfclng out at It like the quUle of 
a boiled prff upme. You eat tho 
leaves Yo^ putl off eorti ttubb). 
aliff tosf. dip It In melted butler and 
Mta bft tire Irruler end It la usually 
served by Itself You tit iKeie with 
this strange ohieit »n yuur plate, 
wondering wNirh fork tu uw 

One of Ihe first things rich 
people learn Is hi<ar |» eat arilrhAkea. 
Tjieu thev Mle Ihe lowty In dinfwr. 
and *i» hs' k. nobody moving, while 
sM wsti-h the virilm 

The actHtinkr Is nng of Ow in 
srrttm^nta of the mystupia at wealth 
by which the wealthy are anahlad to 
Iml tbMr auperiority. It ig evon bettor 
than iearnint how (« gronoiHioo iko 
Wurd Chartreuso. 


many 

(han mere weaitli ^ ^ j 

Few men and fewer I 

women are cwntont 

tn be superior lo 

Iheir tellciw men In 

ueslih akiite (hey B / 

feel thetr wealth Is ■ 

an |iulu.ii|Nn n( M>elr superkully In 

all rexpeits rven (hough they made 

thru ntuiu-v nut of painkiller i>r 

pen', psiktiig, tn-e*'.-} with a ‘'or- 

•am nmiitlenevs uf wtts ar«d sunUry 

lucky bleaks 

Thus we see the familiar disaster uf 
wealthy men and women affecting 
an accetii lha( they' conceive ty bo 
cultivated, hofh man and womarf go- 
sumiMg a new Interwat |n warka of 
art, In fumtture, design textiles. U*ho 
o( n« has nut, in shopping hir anme 
nirtsln maletlsl awm some Ixitx uf 
uf.-. W«‘Slth gl xndlv e«p«,-vv|Mg 
hsi ii|HNi the ipisllly «'f 

''drdpes ' as she rails iham, and wma- 
fully f voting lo tha Unid (WfWiusiMi 
that Itha will aimply have lo have 
her drape* hand loomed for har? 
How often, on getting cioao enough 


l"< identaily, I suppusa thg poast 
htlliy Is thar tha vary eahmeta which 
frown on iotterlas haxe their porkeia 
fillad With sweepsteXe tickets. .Soma 
nf them even make srde bets on elec- 
tion results. 1 daresay 

It would he Interesting snywav In 
hrtow which cahmet mpusiprs >-arry 
Iheif susierlly lo ijve point of perv-"~sl 
prtiiiibriitm when It comes In ktiierv 
buying 

It Is argued sometime* that if a 
person falls heir tn m«mey he hasn t 
Worked for by llte sweat nf hiJ hrow 
It wou'l bring him sdlialaclkm \Miat 
g notion' In fhla respect a sweep- 
atake win Is rw different from a rich 
unclo'a wUI In one's favor Arvi ( 
never heard anyone ravtt at the 
Utter klrul of urwamed Inrcemetit. 

Ah welt. T wish the Quebe, MP 
lurk an>'wav. If nnlv hei'suve it might 
clear the i lotted air it.st siMuiinds 
the suh|ei-l nf kttletles 

Tills wrtirr d'-etu’l -•■ ire a (last 
deal ana way oi anatheg a* a mallei 
of fsi-t. Ha doasu't evpe>« in have a 
fuil'Uie dropped unexpecir'tlv In his 

lap Anyway, he can alwaj « go tu Iho 
oaxt bingo gansa. 


Iniprprpiing thp Npw$ 


Thi* expiesari accurately (ha marw 
ner iM which the Itnlted .male* ahmilB 
react to (he Halt of Anastas Mlkoyaru 
Ha la not deserving of the aocial am- 
hrs.y-s Which snm# abort • sighted 
Americana are giving him He mul4 
m«»t*8# tins for approval of Com- 
mur4»i meUTwN and ciisinma. In fart, 
the mam roawm why the depurp 
premier tax <xima Here and the main 
rraeoii whv Premier Khruahehav aent 
him tn urge a '‘•ummlf confereneo. 

** ’J^*'** *• hi rwotloo 

a dramatic dlstoftlon of Atnarica'a 
position. II la a Way of gaining grew 
Ilge at home fur tha dli tstomhip. 

Mora than anything else in tha 
world, Ametkan approval of Com* 
munist bahavior la Important lo tha 
Ktwirilln in squeU hing any poaaJhIa 
upn- nga inside the SoHH rnhwi T* 
wek-ma .Mr Mikovan in Amarlra 
with open Sims, and without voicing 
any. protest ^ lu fuinUh hisidlinso 
In Itie irt-fof-tn.lled press leUing 
tha S4iv»a« peopU (hat lha paople of 
this iOWAU) no ktagar dtaapfprovo of 
ar at laaat are unwilling to combat 
tha Cocnmunist phUoaoph/. 


Fifth Republic Begins 


P REMIER Charles d* Gaulla now 
btglna the tecond ilaga of ht* ad- 
venture in grandeur (or Franre tha 
hardest stage 

Dr *aulle wiekird diriainrul powers 
aa ha peoaldad over lha Maodtosx revnlu- 
Uon that demolished the Fourth Republic 
and laid the foundation of the Fifth, in 
which he hope* Frsnee wUl build to iww 
greotfwM 

The strength nf ibe now structure will 
be looted now that de Gaulle. M. ha* 
•lepped up to the pteaidency; making hi* 
longtime ally Miihel Debre 4C. premlei 
It I* true ihsi de (kiulle *(111 hoMa 
averridtng ptme* urtder tha new cwn- 
•tllutkHi and It '-ems certain that this 
power won't be hegriHtged hy nelue, w ho 
la chief author nf the cansiliutiow. 


Gaulle himself revised the document. A 
piesident txHitdn't ask (or a more co-op- 
sratlve premier. 

Nevetibeless one man rule has endeil 
and the .Snrtallsis have broken the na- 
tlonol front that brought d* GaiiUa to 
power by refusing to accept repreoenta- 
ilon In Ihe new rsMrwt 

l*erhaps this i* fmiunaie aa it gtve* 
antMiauliist eWr>enl*^n oppusiihm lead 
er«hlp' opart fmm Ae Cummqptsis -- 
around which to tally Optimists hupe It 
will he the beginning u( s Iwupsily 
sysifwn roughly slnng 'he line* of Con- 
aarvatlve and Labor m Britain. 


The extent of the tie t.4..::c rev-ilutton 
alihougli quiet ran hardly be exsg 
geraiiql Besides giving France a new cun 
•tliutlnn. he has reformed tite govern- 
meni. the economy, tik currency, the dw 
fence tyganuaMon. Iba Judiciary and Ih# 
adueaUenal system. 


In (art. It Is reported that Debra'a first 
draft al the ronatllutlon would have given 
tha proaidtal avta mors power, but da 


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f/ymi 




BUCKLEY $ MIXTURE 


fctlH (EolenW VWWk. I.t, Jh. u, \m 


Principal’s Case Studied 


Boys Die, Mother Hurt 


Superior Race? 


nr. iOH.N’H, Nrid. (CP>~Two unult hmy 
wetv Itilird kr i ri|>Mly-%pmuniiK Hre UMt rwt*4 
thrott^^ Ihrre buikUiiKii Wrv MtNubiy. TlM4r 
moUier aad « lYremaa am lajiiml. 

1>*^ ar«> Wayne Xewell, 4 and hfai hrotlM*r 
Sobeii. S. tlieir notker wai ln)iin>d aa ahn 
Jumped froM aa nper Mnrey wintkm. 


This rartaj tfUkiuninatutn ihat ia taking pU«v in aur 
** dlaguailng . Myself and othar Canadian horn people 
the aame tnwattto this fooUah behavtof flefenlni to 
the I Cokmlal. tor ekarnple. Mr Woodburn mentioned 
tMt It la nareaaary to protect (he dub memhera agalnat 
^Ung neat to **a Hindu or someone - Who does he mean 
by Mylng **Hlndua or socneoneT* The nay be aaya M. It’s 
aa U we are animala. 

Hi^ would he or any other radaj prejudice person 
reel ix the shoe were on the other foot and th«^ ik. 


LITTLE arfUUa^T, Ont. 
tCP) — Some to atudenta re- 
lumed to their deska at Little 
Current high arhoof yester- 
day, aailafled that ihelr one- 
day afhke Friday produced le- 
auita. 

The eiudenla bad ataled 


[Man Lorkyer. ■ grade U 
atudent, aald yesterday ’^e 
have been toM that the allua 
tion now la to the hands of 
tbe depsrtroenl of education 
and the Ontario Seroodary 
Teachers Federation. We hope 
H wlU be rtsared up soon " 

Mr Becking, who aleo 


a *Wer1lnc gentlrman and an 
exreJIeni teacher " when he 
taught there two years ago. 


oneo barred from dotn 


are ( ones greatly responsible 


a report for tba board of edu 


In atartlng ratiai rebeiUoiis and some action ehould be 
taken immedtalely to present these racial Inddenie in 
VtetvU. 

How good does a colored person have to be to he ac* 
copied In this make-helievt superior race? 

Bt'NCY BEADALL, 

BBS DuppUn Rnad. 

Deic Lhw lJsele»s 

What use (he DEW line when a Xpuintk armed with 
atomic bomba could wash It out in leas than 10 minutes? 

MiUlons have been spent upon It. not only by Canada 
but also by the U.S. arid ll'a no more use foday than a 
Ylnger guard Is to a sore thumb. 

I'm anything but a Commie, but from the prdni of 
view of economKs in my estimation It has been a waste of 
both time and money, with 10 limes our nallnnal income 
spent upon useless defence, which already la prmen 
otaoleie by •denra. Another bitter ptll for every taxpayer 
tn Canada to swallow. 

W. A. HOLLAMX 

Box 401. Duncan. 

The Maple Leaf Forever 

Just now there appears (o be a controversy regarding 
the correct wording of *D Canada.** Evidently the chil 
dren nf today at least know the words and music to this 
bong 

1 would like to suggest that every child attending school 
in ('anada also he taught that soul ihiilting. spine itngltng 
song "The Maple Leaf Forever I was astounded when 
our daughter, a grade 4 pupiL Informed me Ihat she had 
never heard the song until she aiterKled the mlraculoui 
Ro>al i'aitadlaR Mounted Police Musical Ride show Ques 
(toning her about what songs she did sing at arhno|.,^lhe 
repied "We don't Mng '" 

I will alwaya remember the happy hours we spent 
ttngmg iwhlte a pupil at the same srhool. MrKenne Ave > 
under the able leadership of Mr Charlee Oiard our sixth 
and seventh grade teacher Never a day passed by that 
we did not sing 

Of all the many songs we leerned st scbonL ihu sfim 
ulatlng aong **Tha Maple Leaf Forever'* ctanda out to 
front 

«Mr«.) rrHEL LOODOl'N. 

8781 Casey Drive. 


ration. 

The sHustlON epparenlly 
dales hack lu before Lhitsl- 
mas when fnur trarhera on 
Ihe siatr suggested Mr Back- 
liif was not well enough lo 
continue with his duties. 

Parents said they were told 
the priiM.'tpal had reprimanded 
(wschers in front of rUaaea, 
some teachers ms>le disparag 
ing remarks shout Mr. Beck 
tog and one girl was dls- 
luihed by the principal’s habtt 
of rnming rani lag and rav- 
ing Into a ciaaaroom.** 

Naval transpon supervisor Hockey Club il9ft7> present In Toronto, students and 
Peter Allen, of KM ParkUnda couiiesy awaids lo deserving teachers at R H King Col- 

was 


PETER H. D. AIXEN 
• • . good manner! 


4 ntUhrr f.'ourfpgv f>r(ier 


legiate said Mr flecking 


Fast, Frtifuant Ooily ScrvicB 


Pond Death 
‘Abcidental’ 


A coroner's irvqulry has Funemi airsngemenis wiil 
ilsd "scctoeniar the death p* announced later by .Sands 
f drowining .Saturday after , _ , ^ 

Jon of David Fink. B of TOW •****"» >* been ro 

BSt Saanich Road quested Ihat no flowers he 

The hn> drowned In s small meawwiai donations 

trrs ariBss rhe “t. 1 from Ms ka made to Mm Crwarer 

•me when a raft on which Victoria Assurtatlon for Re 
r another boy and a dng t'htWren. HflTS West 

Ml been (Maving caiMlzed. -‘^•nich Rctad 


iFaatest flying limes shown to each case.) 


AIm TCA Mfvigg tt 

EDMONTON. 6ALIANT. NEIINA, WtNNIOEl 

Connections in VsrwtMiver with *rCA s trana.ontinenial Firs* 
Cbss Viscount and Memiry, ar emnomlcal Tnutlat Servicea. 


DON'T PITY 


POOR GIRL! 

JUST TfU 
^ Hf« TO 
^ TAXf..^ 


Out of Hand 


Market Shop 
Needs Home 


I think this racial question la getting sway out of 
hand Chinese. Negro. Hindu, etc . pay the aame taxes aa 
anyone elae and ara entitled to the aame consideration It 
seems Ihe only place they ran go wiihout anmeorw griping 
la Into the army 

It hM been my experience with Oinexe that you alwava 
know Just where you stand and I have yet to meet one 
who will not lell you to your faro Just how he feels 

I have heard the aame sort of remarks shout im- 
migrants. and I'm sura If these people went hark a few 
years they would fled In most cases thetri parenta xvere 
immigrants themselves 

1 tay. let's trV to treat every nna. regardless of color 
or cruad. aa our aquaL aa ihay were created and Intended. 

tMra t M C. STA*nON. 


Rea yaur Travel Agenl or Tf'A at 
tm C a v ern m e al Atreet. TeWalutaa: E>ef green t-glll 


TRANS’CANADA AIR LINES 


Junior Auxiliary lo Rovsl 
Jubilea Hosptlai asked rtty 
council yesterday for help m 


flrtdlng a suiishle new location § 
for Its Thrift .Shop, now in * 
the PuMir Market hulMing. 1 
which likely will ha tom ^ 
down In (he apnng 


esnamna vil Mm-ena 

TCUMAC Hto 

AMAIJ. CAW 


1 


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tni Avenue. 

Lettinfs Georfie Do It 

Democracy, aaya the Dally Colonist, as a way of Ufa 
hi not easily mme by And it gtxes the rightful warning 
"It must be rharished" But this cherishing is up to the 
people, and everywhere the people are steadily refusing 
(n think ateadiiy giving up their right lo persorMi opinion, 
and are kttlng **<«aoige ’ make their dectolona for them. 

Just a few days ago. Ihe Cokmist cited the case of a 
man who dared to think, and (hen to say what he thought 
For this breach of conformity or lack of compliance. Mr. 
Argyle was severely reprimanded and toW he la not sup 
posed lo act ao. 

Wa see what Is happening In France, to Rpain. in Cuba. 
In apartheid South Africa, and. aa noted in your edllnrial, 
ail over the glehe. Including (*ansda. where the majority 
of our people are being told what to do and think by radio, 
television. polMical speeches, party papers and many 
churches, which are allowing democr a cy lo slip out Ihe 
hark door, while admitting at lb# front bu i a a aciacy and 
auihoniartantam lo laka aver. 

U J. PEPPfX. 

1IM5 Verrinder Ava. 


Wholl Win the 
Calvert Trophy? 

Oee dissifs gfoep.of all dw gnvuas 
B w e s tts a . «dl mark dw hstgiMv sasm 
tou Tssr ~ will isks hrww dis covevsd 
Calven Trophr, s* wiaam af 'fcs 
Dowiains Drsaw Vssdval of lMg« 
teM rssr's wwasr was 
ns Plarsn Oak af Wkm Ihxt. BC 
TUt mat's wkawr mt ks • drsma 
gi ou p fw fom own dtorkt. 
Bt mm sa wt your «w« ngwaal 
einwpsntlea Yoo aag ka wstekiag 
Aa gfcwp As* wtU tap lem Aa Cafvan 
Tfopky and Aa ILOOO CaA Award! 

•A 

CALVtRT DISTItmit LTD. 

. AMMStlTSVSO. OMtXSiO 


Kee the « 

BrttMi rnlwmbia 
ReftobaJ Drama rc«4i\al 
Vaarcdixer 
Yarli Ttmalra 
iamiary 14>I7. 0.2# ^.ai. 


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This advertljiemnnt is not puKIlahed or dtaptoyed by 
the Uquor Control Board or by the Government oi 
British Cohimbia. 


The true story of one small borrower. . . and 


A Nm •asks aga. Mlao Jsa n ki. sa FiaK > imi ky Hrtk 

•as »mit to Tamasa. caws afsa dm kaadhaa ta bis dsdy 
aawxpaaw **«aab af M aimia t Dspswii Tap Iks TWm 
AMan Mark" 4 to Ika ■ af M Uara toarthi ahsr 

Mawriml to raaatoksf managa. Mr. Jaavito was prstos M * 
ky Iks hsadkac to vrtas a iMtov to Csrtm t. M. pmaMsto 
af tos ■ sf M, aaMtotog hh naartamas aa katk a togwh* 
aad ka n asw to (Saadi's nval kmk. Ms Mtomk* Mr. 
Janwto's Mars af Ms stoagMs agtom a dmrxil y am sartk 
togaattog. am akk Ms |ll■lllln. tom toads H toa totoi 
af dds admtotostoato. 


The Success Story 
of Julian Janvrin. 


• •• 


Julian Janvrin h the last person ni 
the world (o say that hit it a sucoeu Mory. W« tbiak a la. But 
you caa judge for youndf. 


FtVf YFARS AOO. dtorth after h*s smvsl to rsaada 
sMth tm adt and ikrat ctMUmn. Mr laovna had m^rai 
la wask • c toq m at kw kwto ft af M branck m Toromo 
"Abtowttk I had ltdd (to wiaaagto that I ass jmi sa aw- 
BHarsto." to raisIlB. "to «vacd aw ta opm sa sataaM. sad 
k ass grsiifvaif ta aw to «ic( (tot an cnnlklnwa to (to 
hawra af larwUs ass mipr<xs*ed ky <to Isfd of Miadrasl 
Taoto ttoat «««hi larcr I openrU as scfimrai si (kto krsav-h ** 
LtU mow m aoom m iw ( aaads. Mr Isgsria hsd only 
anrmgk capNsl alwn to srmnd to pn tosmsif atottod. ssM 
•mniswlh to fownd tomatff Ann m awcung (to knsi (WF 
wsM on kss csr, akwk aat cswniwi m bn sra jok « a 
MtoMwn. So to ulked o«ar bn pr o ktem wnk hn S af M 
Stoas g s r . ahn v oaridarsd ton a good cmiugk mk to sd«stoa 
kim (to menry to aasitad 

Aa to Mr Jsavrm coMiawa (to Mory to Ins own words 
*1 toand n n thw htxawn bsAsrx srt somtoiwtoi ckargsd 
wall hsMig tolls Bioro Iksn toomilrsdiri wwrsrv. tad 

to (Ins aftianca. I knra 
~ ~ — lint (to ftsA of Munrrtsl 

^ WM setNto ss a aars an 

kahsif at (to pa u rl s of 
Csaada ta totpaig ftw to 
, ^ J gn atosMwtwd m tomk (to 

' Sams amy m m piontor 

~ ^ Mototml 

g i ^ ''*** ***^'**^ 

W f L''^ M (tom i gr nm *o punhsto 

Ifiift# ^Ihw^ asrd. ■ taw anptnnrmx sad 

(ni>to s irwm of hnrws 
"Yiton shtrwsrA t 
gi^ up sakto g . dwpnwd 
CMtoMrma* 4* a tw. of (to csr sad took a 

• rwmw yr - J, rvfidar lek ky Mfki akds 

m wdt kv Av goa* la- 
srsA took (to hnto ont of dctoghmax Om of as was sMi 
atwan lo to aak ito ct id d ran. two of akoki wart nm tlwk 
kf whonl sgs 

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sm baakcr'i tagpon. I nugto aoi tom star 
cxmsidusd wndtng lum lo thu sclxnl 

"W« tom now sga»s mnmd hwo Trtnmto 
to bt anamr (to wtowd but nar cwcwmisiiitoi JF*- 
tom impwuad. wwawak as oar (ssnap dstnh- 
tor has arm Irfi higk whoni of tor awa wtA 
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icndsd to MS. 

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jto I af Ito kato of Momrsal should tom toppsd (to 
9 t-kdtum ntork. (or Abmtoh from (to skort wrm 

pouk of vww I mtxclf am not yai « s pnsritnn 
le Make large deppsns. k may (sail to from ih# 
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^ s pcmtiok to do as mkar sons of CainA am 
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* (JftSintt good Inah at tha ranent lefund- doea not apfM ova tha Canadian try 

- Slram ^WMUJk /tl^^dgc^ ing ^prfarion. oC the Canadton method H ha. not ao far coma , 


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up a.OT ha# a huga amount of hoMara of the m per cents 

^ compersllvely km coupon late of that yr.r wiU be more in- 


"• ™" «•— yrnr«.n'. pir.,k,u. 

COUM lO MlPPOCt Ol# timdlon is fA hHutt 

dMllntng boSd markS^ *• 

But while the UA iraasury inrerested In the metal indue ‘"*® •<> *«“«*» <»P- 

doe. net app«ovt tha C a n a di an try. • poaiiUm in Brtialn that thd' 

uT!::^h '.i:; _ 

iptaker in WUHmJ Horvoy-Woodi AppoWmaot 


government . and ha. appar* up with any aoluUan ta the 
Mitt aff A.M ently decided that It U net P™***^^- It *PP*dto to be hop- 
Mpp.tt gotog ta foltow the leMl. ^ ^ 


tog agelnM ^ tl^t by Ittl 'Tf tk. 


Horvay-Woodi AppoMnient 


MOSTBRAU n»r rriu 

IndMMrtoU M4tt ap t.M 

tUdd« Mlt.^Ml H'^fing over 


comper.tlveiy km coupon late of that yr.r wtU be mere In 
bund, dpe for refunding wiihla dined to taka on neu k^g 


nillue. . 
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Mliare.: ttl, 


gg |g ^gjl Hanging aver the iruirket would be today, 

im gg^ g gg like the .Sword of Damw-lm it • • • 

mid.upttt tn.UT.lJOCUBO of 2‘» per cent MAN HYBB 

■ bonds that meluie late In IKl. ^ 


holder, of the m per cents I>ewrUng 1* in cnarge of 
of that year will be mere In *"Wkig dev^toienent and ra- 
dined to take on new k^»g problems in the «u> 

term commitment, than (hey tiame. ga. turbine and mUalle 


TORONTO: * U *tiat rhe UB. treasury ha. 

***f“*t*^I* deiutod against any advanre 

ttn. off refunding at the preaent time. 


jgy diviatona at Buetng 

4 4 , Aa one af the trouble 

AM u»KK •hooters for the Boeing Bo^ 

a. Me.KM ^4^ weapon Mr. Downing 

I h e aaeodatlnna should be an interesting 


A «po.t W«l,.ngl.n t 

la that rtw UB treasury ha* ^ wking herd lo atim speaker. Membara ara invited 

HM... (MU KI.I1.«<I*.U «"r '• 'i* It. lhr.» yMr«M V.n«u«r J*" 

Hha/ea SIMbtt. conduatoo that Canadas ad latood chapter naw has a mam utilch last 

vance refunding, which in year failed in an effort to buy 

YAN<Oi;VBB: * volvad the offering of coupon out Staivdard Motor Company 

M laduatofala llf.ll ap Itt rates up ta I*, per cant wss fat-AiriwI Kngland. is negortoitog now 

W Mine. .. .iMS op Rft expeuAive and weakened the to buy out the tractor inierasta 

tt Oils . 11A.11 ^ P.M position of (he Bonk of Can- NCW YORK lUPIl^&acka of pie Cavaniry firm 

holsa: tm .ttl. ads to its efforts to curb to- ctoeed narrowly Irregular to Sundard Motors has a ^ 

Ihe toedtog groups and aomt *• buUd Maaory Ferguson 
Ksbor. change rapidly to fl- apMlala romrded wide gauia. In Bntaln. and this 

nanctal clrrtoa. tor It wa. only The Uat had liaen early to Aeven year, to run. 

lart aummrr that finarwe »i..« u .a. . addition. Masoey Kergu 

MlnlWM' n n n a I e .'lamina a Sfler Whirh tha ^1^** Mn hoidl ahnut nnaAiiartar nl 


an indea The> . ftotkm laadtog groups and aome 

V all ttma high af l^ram Pririsc Fabor. change rapidly to ft- apM-lala roenrded wide gauia. 

*oon but eased wl alll I I HTCo j nanctal clrrlaa. tor It wa. only The Uat had liaen early to 
• f***e wiwiofc#' «rw. tort aummrr that finarwe »i..« .. .a. 

-.un.(hr»..f Don. Id Homing, 'hl^. Ih. grl«. 

d mu. g.ln«. «~m lit ™~' '• IndtulTU wdh pnom 

ri one was un rroorted ui^nadun *»»«*■ was hailed aa laklng in piwgreas. Trading 

Masae) rerguaen giwiim **• ***^ ^ kViday' a pace but 

K.IV. U.U., up m A'- «> • «-una .inu- e«.„|„u..I mUtlvnl, high 


traclora In Britain, and this 
has etui seven years to run. 
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MfrMRF.hl. <‘pt PTwm 
wvsi Cffuletly higher In 
s« ilve I; : * -s 

Rase mrtalv were miied 
Otf ^ were Avhestna at Y4S 
and Norands st M tip ’t 
weie Smelter, at 2} ‘a and 
Alummiiim si 31 
Off \« In refto.ing oils were 
RA si 41 and Imperist at iS% 
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CUa gained S at 23 
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national at HR MacMillan R 
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tort N at 41 

In ether laauea traded Shrt 


barley behrved le rejii asem 
coverage of old aatoa. Domes- ^ h,3Tr« 
tv feed arder. also shewed In fTJ, .»* 
both oau and barley **“ . '* 

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Inga mciuded United King fJ/.r/iA,^* 

UO mi bushels Pskleisn a%flitlvflYD 

MO 000. the PhiUppiHes 3M. > « . 

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Belgium 75.000, and West Ger * ' ®'* 


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B«tlg CfiUstkt Vktork. I.C. Tm«^ Jm. XX IMt J 


1 1 anil y If ortli Mention 

BI FFAl^. N.V. <Af )-.Au E^ll made Ilk- 
tory ta III# I ailed Klatr« All-Htar BcmMac Ckam- 
^hMiliip* Huaday. 8he'a aat happy ahoy I It 

The SI -rear-old Brodklya iaatrartor rolled a 
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Bieat Mr«. RdHTt olher game* Hyaihiy aihre lO, 
IM aad IS6 for a four-Kame lolaJ of Mt 


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laifham Forest vs Grtauby 
Town or lUnchoster City. 

Charlton AfhtoUe rt. Cvor- 
Ion. 

Derby County or Freston 
North. £nd vs. Bradford Qty. 

Lekostor City or Lincoln 
Oty vs. Luton Towo. 

vs. Cardiff 


Norwich City 


Sheffield Wednesday or 
West Bromwk-h Albion v» 
Brentford 

Colchester United va. Ai 

srnai. 


cup. wlU iUsh at Wolverhamp was. 

ton Jan 21 In the feature Newcastle United or Chel 
fnairb of the round. A.ston Vlll^ i 

On their »ay to the cup laat Blarkburn Rovers vs. Stork- 
acssua the Wamierers. play- County or Burnley 
U<r at^me. hnui'ked out Wol Wolverltampten Wanderers 
verhampton 2 1 in the Msth Bolton Wandriers. 
round. Tottenham Hotspur \» New 

The draw was made iom County or Torquay 

plea by five third -round United. 

DorK'asier Rovers or Bdaiol 
City vs Blat-hpoul 
V^orcesier City or Uvsrpoot 
vs Sheffield United 
Stoke City vs Ipawich Town. 
Atvrinfion Stanley vs. Ports 

miHith 


SblJd G)mfort-(gwCi>st! 


irVrirji Braces^ Still Curls 

Phyxiral handicap couldn't stop Chiis on his kgs. but still curls regularly. 
Marlin of Montieal from becoming an and recently played for a Mount 

avM curler. Martin, shown here Royal College rink in a high school 

delKering his rock, has steel braces bonspiel— (CPC.) 


Jr. Sliuttlers 
Name Champs 


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Jim Gailaughers Vancouver 
island ctumpionahip rink from 
Victoria High School will meet 
nnki from Vancouver, North 
Vanrouvei and Haney Satuc 
day In a roundrobln tourna- 
ment to decide a regional 
repreeentative in the provlnctal 
high srhobl curling final 
W'lnnei ef Saluiday s tour- 
nament wlU advance to a four- 
rtnk tuundrohin for the BC. 
rhampuitiship In Prince George 


McKay of King Ikiward High 
School In Vancouver and Rtli 
Kennedy of Haney High 
School. 

In an Interior cone playoff 
Sunday. Bob Jenne)ohn‘s J. V. 
Rogers High School rink from 
Nelson won the West Kootenay 


rhampionahip by defeating 
Ron Stone s Trail rink. ll-g. 

Stone la the son of Roy 
Slone, who along with his 
brother, Reg has curled on 
MX B.C chaenpionahip rinka. 


Santa Anita Entries 


rmANCE WINS RI GBY 
PARIS iReuteisi Two 
brtlUani dropped goaia by full- 
hack PlefTf Lacaie and a try 
by wing forward Francois 
Mani la gave rrinre a PP vic- 
tory over Scotland Saturday 
In the first Rugby Union tmer> 
nalkmal of the season. 


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A bom fkte hat-tiick by Art Jon«« in th# third 
period at Memorial Arena laat night produced the ty^ 
winnmc '^nd cUnrhfhc goali aa . New Weetminater 
Royate kept Victoria Cougan from again gatnir^ a 
lie for second place in the Western DIvMoh of the 
Western Hockey Leagxje by picking up a 5-3 verdict 


DecUion Upheld 


wiihin five poinu of the third 
place Cougar*. MIU a point 
ahead ot .Spokane and two 
pointa behind Vancouver. 


But while ionea waa the 
hero of the hardafcating came 
the vtllain of the piece waa 
aurely referee Roaa Vallfere. 
who In prevtoua (araea here 
Ihu aeaaon had k>oked aa enm* 
pHent aa the he« ol the WHL 
offtrlata. 

Thia. howeve r , waa not VaK 
Uere'a mghi. Perhapa not 
everyone agreed that the 
Royala got »w%y with tour er 
five glaring holding afrencea. 
perhapa not everyone thought 
he erred In giving Sian Baliuk 
the aame number of mlnuiea 
aa Gene I’hrtece after the New 
Weetminaler rookie prerlpl. 
tated a fight with a hoarding 
check behind llw Victoria goal, 
but there couidn't have been 
anyone M the crowd of l.gtt 
fana who felt that TM Harris 
should have had a tripping 
penalty at UJD af the third 
period. 

UMT BALANCV 

Hania angled In on Pat 
llannlgan. who waa cutting in 
from the right wing Hannigao 
attempted to flop to avoid Iho 
rherk. kiat hla balance and 
threw up bia right (eg Just as 
Harrla reached him. Hannigan 
would probably have gone 
down In any event but the 
slight contact waa enough ta 
make him sptn la the ire. 

Only Z7 arconda after Han 
rts l ear h ad the penalty box, 
and before the boo* of the 
fana had MiboMed, Jonae got 
his aecond goal of tha perkxL 
Hla flrvl. tying ihe arora at 
34. also came with Uairta off 
and hla third waa ima an 
empty net m the laet minute 
with the Cougars going ail 
out to tla. 

GOOD PAKK 

Onoo again, tho Cougars 
played typical hockey in a 
hard skating game which was 
good spectator fare. They look* 
ed good at time* although 
rwer able ta get away enough 
dangerous she!* to fully teat 
Reno Zanler. rookia PenHcton 
goalkeeper who waa brought 
In to r«idare the Injured Don 
Campbell. But the Victoria dw 
fence left *ofnethlng to be dw 
aired wttb roach Pal Elgan 
able to rely on only the iteody 
Harrta-Jlm Hay rorablnatloh. 

AAer Srhmaitta a goal, tho 
Cougar* went to the front 
when Baliuk and Al Nirholoen 
artired on olmoot identical 
pUya. getting the puck *n 
front of tho Royals' goal whllo 
facing Ihetr own end and 
smartly faking Zanler before 
gening away backhand aroring 
ahoiB Balluk'a goal waa his 
22nd artd Nkholaon'a hla Iftth. 

COrOARR AHKAD 

After Faahoway lied R later 
In the period. Doug Morauley 
gave the Cougars ti>e leod fnr 
Ihe aecond Itme when he fllrfc* 
• ad In a tnooe purk In Ihe first 
minute of the third period aa 
he *kaied erroaa the goal, 
mouth. Then rorrw Jones with 
hM three goolo end the Cnu* 
gars' budding ( barely 1 win 
•tmak of two game*, both 
after overtime, waa over. 

a«« WMMMMr -o«oi faaot S»« 

Cvo«»t«e wnsov 

cmw* M«1M» t^noM, 

tmit 


Dealt Blow 
In Courtroom 


STAN BAUCK 
. . . 22nd goal 


Vole on the subject was 54. aemi retirement, and 

and the leeult paved the way the young champion haa dw 
for what could ba the Mggesl funded his title only Ihrm times 
shakoup lit Ihe hiatory of winning It In IIM. 

Ihe *port However, there ap> 

poors to be no baala ter fears H®w#r with the IBC out 
that It might aUo mean the of Ihe way. d'Amaio uid ha 
sod af Wednesday and Prtdsy may put the rturmp m view 
night televlalon houta more’ fTequenlly through in- 

ft>th eentracta were owned g^p^ndent promotera. 
by ilte IBC or Ha me m ber s , 
and aa such were subject to the tOHUB-NT 
eeurt ruling. Bui offlctala of There was ne immediate 
both televlaMM networks were rommenl on the dect*ion from 
confident yeoterdey that new Jame* D. Norrta, former presl- 
arrangementa could he made, dm' of the IBr and still con- 

Justice Tom Clork. apeoktng pee*ldenf TVuman Glhaon sold, 
ter the majority, handed down -of course Ihe IBC wUl comply 
the deciakin. saying that the with the ruUng * 

IBt.' had gained a stranglehold Yesterday's declainn upheld 
on the fight buMneae and **sn ^ H, spurety aarJltf rulmga 
edoroua monopoly background ^y fadrral Judge SyKesier 4. 
which was known and still tlyun of New York. Ryon 
teored In the hosing world * ordered the IBC broken up. and 
Declalen woa greeted glee* the IBC appealed to tho Su- 
fully by Cue d‘Amala«man- preme Court, 
oger of world heavyweight Beatdeo Nortia Ihe defend- 
chomplon Pteyd Patterson, anu were the IBC mgamxa 
D' Amato's kmg feud with the Mona In New York and Chicago, 
IBC has kept Patterson In a (he Madison Square Garden 

Corp^. and IBC director Arthur 
M WlrU 
Ml -AT RKtX 

Ryan ordered Noma and 
Wtrta to sell all thetr Madison 
Square Garden stock sdthin 
five years and resign as direc- 
tors and officers af Ihe Gar 
den He alao ordered that the 
New York and Chicago duba 
he dissolved, and that Madiaon 
Square Garden and Chicagn 
Stadium must he leased to any 
duly qualified promoter. 

He also banned esclusive con- 
tracts with besrora by any af 
the defendants and set a hmli 
af two championahip fighip a 
year for Ihe next five years b> 
Noma and Wirts on one hand. 
Madison Square Garden on the 
other. 


Seattla Totems continued to 
find the going rough on Iho 
prattles last night aa they 
took ail trimming from Saa- 
kaloon ijuakers. 

11 waa tho fifth delesi la 
seven games on their prairit 
tour fnr the l e aders of the 
W • at er n 'Hockey League’s 
western dlvieum. However Ihe 
Totems, who started the trip 
With a aeven point lead ate 
sUii five pomta up on Vancou- 
m Canucka Tha prairie trip 
ends temorrow night agalnec 
the Staropedera at Calgary. 

■HMsKR I4AO 

Jackie McLeod acored two 
goats to port ibe Quakers, 
wtm now have a alx-potiM 
lead ever last place Winnipeg 
Wamora. the Hub they muat 
beat for a playoff apot m tha 
aoatem divumn. Other Quaker 
marksmen were Merv Kury- 
luk and Jmy Carh, a recruit 
from the Jutuer Quakers who 
replacod Lao Ulley M the line 
np 

Mark BoUeeu got the 
Seattle inal. giving the Tb- 
ifvrw a hrlef lead in the Urol 
period. 

ACtYH'NT hQi AKhD 

In Sundoy'a only WffL 
artton. Spekana Spokes 
squared accouma with Van- 
couver Cenurka m ihetr week 
end sene* with a 43 derision 
at .Spokane 

(Tting Johnson, the lesgue'* 
teoding arorer. acored fsro 
fool*, hi* 2Tlh and Bkh. In 
duding Ihe winner al IIJO of 
the final period 

Msma 1. s«sa«eeo« 4 


Bonspieh Can Be Hectic 

It was • Nt crowded at timea during was Siddon’a flrat bociapiel. He vowa 

amtaJ bonspiel al Duncan Curling It won't be hM laat. “Never had ao 

Chib, partksilarty between drawa, but much fun in my Itfa." he averted after 

Frank SkMon. who arrived hungry play ended Sunday. “I've been miaa- 

just a few minutea before hla next Ing aomething.** — (Pboto by Powley, 

game, gnrtefully accepted when one of Duncan.) 

hia teammatea puUed out “tabM.** It 


WHL Prairie Section 
Keeps Present Sked 

RKATT1X— Ptaas to Iwraaoe Ibo eaoteni 
dKMton arhedale of the Weoteni Hockey l^eagoo 
have been dropped, kagwo presideot Al Leader 
said yesterday. 

leader Wid (Im plan wao vetoed by Edaioa 
toa. geaera) maaager Bad Poile refaoiag to go 
aloag wltb Ibe oilier prairie chibs 00 Iho proposed 
schedule change. 

The westora divkaloa altered Ho schedule aad 
win play Ti games ao maipared with t4 for tho 
eaoleni dlvkloa. 


Ex-Ram 

Passes 

Winner 


LOR ANGELES- Norm Van 
Brocklin mode a Irtumphont 
return to Lea Angeles Coll- 
aeum Sunday and directed a 
fourthquorier rally that gov* 
Ihe East a V-21 vlrtory over 
Ihe West In the ninth annual 
National Footbslt League pro 
bowl ail star game. The crowd 
waa •R.2S0. 

Van Brocklin left Liff* 
Angetee Rame llUe season 
amid rumors of diaaenston 
and signed with Philadelphia 
Eagles. He hed a below aver- 
age day Sunday until tba 
fourih q«iart*r. but waa there 
In the dying minutes to pass 
the East 70 yards fnr the 
gamewinning touchdown. 

TTie scoring play waa a 15- 
yard pass to end Pete ReOleff. 
who had dropped a pass on the 
West goal Uns moments earl- 
ier. The East arored Ha Mat 
tWA pointa when Hugh McEl 
henny waa tackled In hla own 
end tone for e safety feourh. 

Although Van Brocklin 
apestheaded the winning 
drive, it was Frank Gifford 
of New York Gtanti who was 
voted the game's most valw 
able player 

Turning point hi the game 
rame mimitea befoie the East 
got Ha winning touchdown. 
The Weel led. It If. but quar- 
terheck Billy Wade had a pam 
tnierrepied. and the East wnr 
ed on a field goal by Lou 
Gmaa. 


Ladies^ Rinks 
Win Places 
For Nanaimo 


Player s 

to 

Protect 

Referee 

VANCfH'VEB (t-p) 

eer player* aaed same 


Vml finalists were also de- 
rided in the amanen a ainglea. 
artth Jean Maaats. Bev Andsr- 
sen and JUl Kelly advancing. 
.Sharon Whittaker waa seeded 
Into the aemla 

Play conllnuea tonight at 
the Amphlon Rtreot ee u rta of 
the Winria Lawn Tertnle iiid 
Badminton Hub. Reml flnala 
In all events wlO be played 
Friday. 

Laat nlgbt'a resuha and to- 
night's draw Ynlkm: 

LsatBs- smoca* 

>Me SM«»mS Cm ObwMs 

U-l. Il-I 


tt waa lough smrk getting 
Into the men's singles aemh 
finala of Ihe Hty badmtnton 
champtonahipa laat night 

Bob Hunt moved ahead In 
defence of his Hiampkmshlp. 
hut hed to lake three sels to 
down Jimmy Wells. 154 f-lS. 
15-1. He will meet fnrener B.C 
Junior champion Roger Lktdal, 
who edged Mel Chapman. 15Z 
14 I& ly*. 

In the other half of the 
quarter finals. Ed Hadley 
downed Bi>b Mactnurchle. 15-7. 
15-4, and Harvey Hurd, ex- 
Canadian Junior Hiampkm. 
edged Raider GeU. IB 17. 215. 
15-ia 


Mrs. Doric Fraser. Mrs Edna 
Manchester. Mrs. Edith Leorh 
ftnd Mrs. Elsie Hamilton wlU 
fepcesent the Victoria Ladles' 
Curling Club ht the ladles' tone 
playdnArns at Nanaimo Feb. d. 
7 and ft. 

Mrs. Fraser's rink earned the 
light yesterday afternoon by 
outacortng a rink skipped by 
Renee Robfaina 13-7, In a play- 

•ff game 

After a mundrnbth aertea 
between four r 1 n k a Mrs. 
Fraser Mrs. Robbins and Mm. 
Thelma (Tarkt wnqpd up In a 
three way tie each with 21 
fw-ords. to force a aemnd.pUy- 
off In the draw fnr posiiWm. 
Mrs RnbMns got the ti^ Last 
sreek. Mr*. Fraser eilmlnsted 
Mrs Clarke. 

Mr*. Fraser's rink will he one 
of three from ViriArla In the 
Island final Representing the 
ladles aertlnn of the VCC are 
Mrs Flora Martin <«klp>. Mr* 
Beth SMiy. Mm. Pearl EHbiM 
and Mm. Ella MacDonald. The 
third rtnk la from affiliated 
enmmerrtal leagues and con- 
Msis of Mr* Betty Gallaugher 
fshipt. Mm Domta Tavior. 
Mrs. Flo Etches and Mrs 
Norma McBride. 


By 

WaH Dttaen 


Speakins Briefly 


Braves Sign 
Ailing Red 


s«e K aamevMs. i ossiisiw 
fsr* w «tss«r Anst/Mr 
tktaf'Omg. V Ml a. LMSsa «* 
USMSI-SMS U»/W*M 


fkWitly: “I think I'll he able to play thM aeiaon 

Bttt despite Red * brave , . 

words, doctors aren't an opti ^ U"tv 

km* where he la i 

... cnoch . . . Boall RmM 
Th, Mil B.C Am.t.,1. 

MUkw Br,v, mn-S" l«" b.11 A-Mrt-lW. for | 

lubrrrulo.1. .nd hi, ^ 

nipk) profr^n^h. Uln^ -too m.ny dlff,r«,r 

«u two l^llw „ ,h, g.c 

ago. they doubt he win be able Rumia * 

to play IhU s^n conllmm 

Red r*port^p wlO receive American oppeaJ 

between ft.TnWli and «».000. ni-nr defeaiine Harv 


Rimstad 
Released 
To Totems 

Vlrtaeta Cmwam. llwto 
fsnk* swelled I* 17 ptayere 
ovar the atrkind after the 
grvival of rookie forword 
rtoee Forhon. shred the tr 
defence corps la fo«r playsrs 
ksM olghl by acreetnc to bd 
gonkle Dave Bbwotod Jato 
Beattie ToSems. 

Rbnstod. sent here by B4 
mnnion Fivers, bad seen ar- 
Um In aniy U gnsnes and 
retomed la aettan anly Rat- 
Vdoy olghl oftoff k k»C 


NANAIMO ~ Don Aahhe*. .dSsm, 

to 

playing hla flrsl game of Ihe j 

aeaaon, acored three goala and lau s 
art up two more here ftunday 
a* Courtenay GUh tera edged 
Port Albetni Flyer*, 7-5, in 
thetr Suburban Hockey an 
Uague game „ 

In the other leegue flature, 
laat-place Nanaimo trtppod nr <i 
leaguelesding Duncan, ft-4. as 
Ami* l>ugan acored two 
goals and drew three gaauta 

C ft* 

asvsinn s. mwss 4 jlwTrws 

tvx ■••*** > mix ew swt n 

laapM- t M t ssMMss n eusot nt* li 

kjt 1 esMin* Ws*isn >b M» 4 l»- 

fiis d * )4ie t oswsa. miwrM 

bsrsr tD. tr*MWfW»i iiM. psasi- Csiaai 


Lifesav 


Vtctofla Amateur Swimming 
Club wilt open Its annual life- 
saving rlasaes Wednesday, 
training cwlmmem for Royal 
Llfeaavlng Society awards. 

Claaaa* will be held each 
Wednesday from SJO to 7..10 
and 7J0 to 1.10 pm. Further 
Intnrmaikm may he obtained 
hy phoning A Bailey at 
CV 4 atlM or Jim UcCagua at 
CVIdftftL 


ANOBKft GIMRNO of 
Spain won the aenlnr men's 
UMd io *he Western 
Australian tennis champion 
ship*, defeating FaH B uchhoh 
of tha Cntted Stale*, ft-1. ftd. 
#4 In a battle of Ift-year oMs 
Wayne Bnblws wn , roach of 
the B.(^ Lions. Mid yaaterday' 
that Jaery Bwrw*. sought siP 
liona aoelalant aaorh, ha* da-. 


4 «mim 4. OsiMUssr a*a- 
!• 1 n**r* a*M 
a*v**f Its i CssftMST 
*»HSM 4«4 

a fO*Mi*c IIM I 

sr^sAw* <watT«M< it u 
WUtiMS t444 
P»fis4- 4 OMMMMf Wil 
NmI**- 4 M W. C«ur<*M« 
-Ueswt- tM It nnn m 
• V*M*trS es*lis> II M It 
Ml wuit—i •awKSsrs' *x» 
MMlItW OMMasr* 4M e*m* 


MNIK VOMALEB. a 3D 
yser-oM veteran who has pm 
vmusly won only nna major 
inumament. won the ftSh.nV) 
Tijuana Open golf loui-nament 
Monday wtih a terord smash 
Ing Tl-he4s score af 373, 







Tomnlo's poinl-poor Maple I^fs proved ofM* 
ftfiiin Sundfty that (hey atill ean’t Mand pmapcrtCy. 
Leaf<. who have climbed within one point of the aluir^ 
Ing Boeton Rrulna, blew a three-goal lead and a chance 
to gain a tie for fifth place. pla>ipg to a 6-6 tie with 
the fourth-place Detroit Red Wln^. 

la other NHL eamea gun* .- - - - rr,-.-. 

day, Montreal I'anadiena and p w l t a * 


TtO LINDSAY 
. . faaaij Wataley 


Aussies’ 

Position 

Favorable 


CDS fAMATO 
. anunda wamlitf 


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bllzanl of trade-lna on new 1999 
CHEVROLCrS AND OLDSMOBILES! 
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and 8 AVEISAVE*TaVE! 


Cooper Wins 
London Bout 


SYDNi.'Y. AuatraUa (fteu 
tcrai - Nonwan CrNeUl and 
Lea rivall. with an unfltuahad 
fotirth-wlciiet aland or •?. Mon 
day pulled Australia iMa a 
auong poMtloa at the and of 
tfca tturrt day la (he third 
teal aramet Cr^nd. 

Australia, at one aiagt Wt 
far thrta, flnlahed with IM 
for three on the hoard In re 
pi) ta Cnflandt firai Hmlnga 
total or n» 

crNHII. with 01 . and rivrtt. 
with 90. rhangad (he tempo 
of (he battle Before Faveirt 
arrival, AuatraUa had )oat 
three wlrkcti while trontig 9T 
In Juat over (wo hour* to the 
end of ihr day ft more runt 
were acDred while CnglamTa 


I for the Bruina. Montreal 
i marhsmen were Jean Betliwaa. 
iKm Marmhall and CUudf 
Pros oat 

Bu< )k‘s I'lal snapped the 
, a sra i saa eealiendtnt straah nl 
Jw^uee I‘lafiie at ISJ mlhutee 
and lh aocaatls 
He.t'OM) LOKM 

At i' M 1 c a t n the nUPk 
Haafca abioiiMd their second 
•tralfhl aetharh m iha Ran 
gero rifled hoaw three th(id> 
period goale. 

flct;:!e Lee CoheiU ecnred 
the winner, baiting la ■ paaa- 
•at frtifii Hand triaala. New 
York s other goals came from 
Jim Uanlett. Andy liebitea 
aj^: And-.' Bathgeie. 

Fur I 'Ill'll go Kd 

hrrirer L^rw anC 

Ted Undaay beat Ranger ga*^ 
tender Lame Womley 


EASY 
TERMS ! 


LONDON Henry Coepar, track for a title flghw<and In 
blood gashing tnie hia e>'es the procaas dealt a warning to 
and mouth from ihree gaping the new British champion, 
cuts, fought hark Monday to <*^11 changes nolh- 

nutpoint Brian London and win Ing.* said d'Amato. 'The fact 
(he Rrltiah heavyweight box tha he loat a tough hard fight 
Ing championship. doe* not ettminate London." 

llo«««- in N«, V«k, (u. ”• *L“.'r^ C.'" 

d Am.1., -.-...f., .1 ...M >» '"V ‘ 

»u«A 1. ,1V. ih. ,, 

j-Lru-urLnjTnn T-ir.n.rLnj-r.-Ln.-i.-.a Sune bf Iheih 

^atft * *j’pe«l i reply There will 

TfUUttkn Periisr tr. ore ur... msk,s 

^ conceaeuvtf wlU wind 
m « AS Jf up wiih the tttla bout 
m ^ Cooper a stinging left 

p* J*® •• 

•HM* to* luotot uto s«s*tos toe Lender la a gory brawl wit- 

Ste«s*,« Ttw. The A«S'-£Uted Piesa had 

Tooas ('4Miper sr. eas^ IM 

u-f»^M«)s» British rules there Is 

sM I to IIS isi only one official, the referee, 

.i®"*****? •'>d he doea not have ta make 


KsveO gave the hatung the 
•hot In the arm H needed. 
i>nre over aa tnttlal uiicrr 
uinty againaf the epin attach, 
he out wen gtvT hla stroke play 
Wmi nothing by eoenpanaon 
with the surer O'Neil whe 
batted slyUahJy but only occa- 
sionaUy managed to find lue 
way through the field lor ^ 
favorite power pull. 

s*oasa*toao 

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Soccer Playoffs 
Kickers’ Objective 


Corbett Heads 
•Alley ‘Parade* 


NO PAYMENTS UNTIL MARCH 


of champic’is* fiveptn com 
prthlon af lAquimaR Bowla 
drome Sunday wtth a (our 
game total of U74 
ftnn.Oiah was nmner up at 
1.039. followed tw Darrell 
Preteau 1.084: mlk Uaka. 
1015 >319*; sod Reg Wag 


SALE 

GOLF lAGS 


Hevneys. 4 1. and CwviimaU 

turned back Tlltirums, 51. 

By losing boih THiiruma and 
Hesineys ouiMfd a chanoa ic 
take ever sole pr»sjt of 

fourth place. 

Ea< h of tite three teams lied 
for fourth ha« three genres kfi 
to play. BrodW Bakery. •<ne 
point behind th# three has 
f« r fsmes and a good chance 
to gain the final playoff spu* 

L^>«milh held Kickers to a 
]/> lead In the firs? half, giving 
up a goal to Juergen Sloeesel. 

Blit In the final 45 mlnuico, 

Kickers broke (hrough for 
three more . Koes«el got bis 
second end Helmut Schemit«i-h 
eng Wiltie Vnht wwred the riman, winner of the winter 
others. medai series 

Gorge Hotel got a two goal Second round will he played 
performanre fr^ veteran Ab ai Victoria Oolf Club Feb 9 


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AI Re Ide toureo h:* home 
Uplands Hotf Chif) course tn 
par 99 ^urulay ta ’ske a one 
stroke lead In the first re<»..! 
of the 54 hale Vicborla and 
Distfirt Golf Committees 
spring medal senes 

Laurie ^.>rr of Royal CoL 
Golf and i'nuntry Club 
was runner up --:^M.h a 70. fot- 
knved by l^urie Carroll of 
vtrtona Golf dub and Bill Mc- 
(*oU with 72. 

Vic Painter of t'ulwood pro 
V Med (he highlight of the day's 
play with an eagle two ea the 
1.5th hole, but rini*hed with a 
"4. deadler^cd with John Mer 


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Carden Notes 


iO 1« 111 (Tdloiltil Vkivria. I.C t««*^ Ju. IX 1*H 


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ri.' i cf >v'f 
c«scn ntot* TNt 
2PtO OM^rn 


r Lrr t <j^fo M 
Kc<<r% wnrtcrw ^ 

A4iO •i.fMKCS A*40 “ 

atf MOW r>«t fAnp 

ON n« TKI^I ^4 


Sy M. V. 4MKMM.X miW 

At on* lim*. mM ■« **ry rruny 
y**n •(<». *im«t*l *v*ry ham* couM 
bna«l of • Mf. thnvlrif Bminn (*rn in 
th* Uvinr r«*om ThI* famUy p*t 
wuuM ooroyy • wirh*r f*ni otarMt, 
Of pnOkibly on ortiol* )*nS)nl*r». »it 
linf in in *«al or • north wimlnw 
whor* It wouldn't $wt too muth •un. 
•nd th*rv it would iuxurtot* y««r 


h(«h lomporoiuro* *«mI it***ri.dr> otr 
from *n ouiofnatl- nil iy»t*«a. 


top hrfiit* |(vlMg waWi lh*n glvo 
enough to w*t IK* KiU boll lhon>ugh> 
1 ) ftur* non* i* l»tt *t*nd> 

Ing in the -zum If <K* (rrn'i *«rtll- 
*nw*«* pcM la concwiM within am 
«un*m*hi«l )ordtni*r» H aKauM Iw 
oitiing up on bloctui of wood or 
rhunh* of brtrk woll ohovo ih* l*v«| 
of ih* dmlnog* watot 


Moot hou**pUni f*rna or* wat*r*d 
far loo frw|u^ii> In wtnlM^. and thu 
•Jwaya mrana ill t>*«lih and poor now 
artion (or ih* plant A f*m mak*« a 
whal* of a lol of rooto. but a« uMh 
ao many othof plant* ihM* root* tali* 
a JIHW nap through ih* wini*r 


arllcoll 


bogg> roMditiona at Ih* root* during 


It la bod butirwad to ko*p fAfring 
wai*r on a plant at a tim* wb*n ii 
can I ua* It Th* aoggy mud in ih* pot 
turn* *our and unplaoaant. ofi»n wun 
a MMir amHI to It. and th* inartiv* 
roola tond to rot off 


Whm th* daufhi*r of th* family 
marrwd. a rhunh of th* old f*rn 
would b* pott*d up to fumlah th* 
n*w horn* and ar>o<h*r family hoir^ 
loom th*r*by ilariwl 


th* wlniar tnoniha. It i* impoaalbl* to 
giv* iKrro too much atwwpharic moiw 
tun* They rospofMi *nihu«ta*tU‘aIiy to 
a brrath of frnh air ouidoora during 
a light, diUaiy ahowrr. of If your 
plant ta amali *nough to b* mov*d 
tiom room to room handily you 
might iiy ahifllng tt u> th* bathroom 
whti* you ar* taking yugr hot aeak 
or *hower. Juat alt It on th* floor and 
l*> it rorharg* Ita batt*pi*a Hi tho 
Biramv air 

‘-j-:n««a of aheving a pi«nt 
ptil In Ih* Bolt *v*ry w**k I* all 
wt»f<g, loo r*mt ■hnuld b* giv*«i 
f*ttilir*r vary *pBrtn|l) and at only 
half th* tironglh rocomm*nd*d fx* 
nih*f pl*nl*. with non* at all In 
wiMiri 


W* don't *■* many of th*«* Mg 
old f*ma th*a* d*’** (>n* loawta. ( 
auppn** la b*rau** m<«^rn fun.; 
log* d*mand amaUar planu. Ilk* Afti 
ran vlol*i* and t«)oxini*> althnugh 
tlwr* ar» an Inciwaalng numhp* nf 
cut leaf rtiilodandrrHUi around, whtrh 
t" h*r«ima anmmoua giaat thwig*. 
bigg** than any fain 

M<»> llkaly, Ih* paMtttg of th* 
fPMTtiiv f*rn a* a hou^rplant U d*>* lo 
Oui ;r.Aro m«id*( n liratlfig m*th«*la. 
fnr fortta Ju*i don't tak* bnutly to iK* 


You •** thl* . 'dfiy oflaii in 

the Matdanhair lam If thu itn* i« 
w*i*t*d h*avll> through th* niniar 
month*, thr frond* lad* qu»rkl> *t«d 
Ir th* ftiHing whan th* n*« fiimd* 
*tM>uld appaar. all thay do la to (»»h 
up an inch or ao than romain at a 
*|cr.d*iili. TMa la borau** damag* to 
tb* roota ha* mod* th*m inrapabl* of 
aupporting nnrmal aanaonal growtr. 

tViring th* wintor N la boot to al 
low th* amt to boromo ouit* dry on 


fpontpoop J 
anO it uwkS j 
UNioexeo r' 


e>^Ry wino^ 

r thc hous€ r 

LiuTONe j-y 


I 

iretEf I 

*bl6 ^ 


By John Cronh\ 


ipians 


TX* '-^.r woa baoc aumm*d 
up by Ab*t Groan in Var.*:r 
A '%ai>onol i*=-=nf>rhantnt*n| 
ha* a*t m with t*l*vi««c Juit 
a* It wa* nru* r» -i>xi» lo 


. >fti* arr r«ow oaytng. 
■| «r.'t ratrfrfriurT whan I 

lb* **t on la*«' 


-”^^■1 a dneu 

rarr^s nf lht> S? 

i> underworld 


Tran.sil Officers 


It »»a* a /roar ' *ar ftu 

atui T-h# fi.i: 

panpl* - d*» *• Up a fit 

on T\' w*f • ‘ K* Mot**v*v 
danrvro and Trod Aotairo- 
ahow waa on* of th* groot 
oo*a of all Urn* It lu«t gnoo 
fn ae-rtr w hat laWvlabwi ran dn 
whm It hsif til** 

A* for th* -truTV- 
ahow*d b»at on th* b*ot origin 


TV’ BUOi^or* 

Whot wa* 1CM good (or* 
IS *41 convaraatioi. h*<-k. 

for on* thing h<«n* of lit* 
t*lk*i« nl Ih* yawr 

• *r* Gleaaan on th* iVulfrov 

• how. 0*»«r L#v*nt on th* 
r**r *how. Malcolm Mur**r 
idff* on AmaU World Vioworo 


It wa* a bod yoor for lu* 
draft- Aludto Oi** ar»d Kraft 
Theairo *nd*d ih*ir n i* 

DuPont atlll to th* iiv* TTtRONTO i AP> AMarman 

ahow* and did good o.-^. PhHif *ayt h* w*'' -*11 

inriudmi • Wufhnr ng Haighlr" f r a fudlrtal lnw«igaiion of 
•nd jot of Mont* rn*io*' th* Tomoto TYon«lt Cnmmlw 
but lb* cuvptrUin craw thot managamnni and aantof 

IK* nrgaftt/oflnn waa playing officlala 

it awfully «*f* In it* atoty Mi i;ivf . ' anonunramont 
•fe-,-,MTiani« ffUlwwMt a TTX* mratinf at 

Sa* Ii N"-x on* of T\' • fawr ur.M; fnrm*T chairman Allan 
r*ally dtaiingi.;'-‘-#d *h u* t *mpori aold impr<>p*r Kan. 
want off Ih* air hrrausr tn*« dl ng Hbd rr-;" ' : - .^tMpfwor. 
••id It rouirtn I afford It whil* anr* of mor* than 
manap:ng lA afford aor. rnllo* fi«un th* >n*nag*m*nl 

•ion** •* 8**1 th* dock. *irh f._ • 


arms 


Vi 

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CAv«OQSC-AN' a 
nuMTM'uidrf \ 
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UMT TtU. TOMOMIOW^ 
*»O«0iCK* 6TWPf.'-ir YOU* 
kgjS8M« Cnu. dpiu 
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MATMf! 


Winning Contraet 


dummy ruff*d again and lad 
th* trump or* (olk>w*d b> th* 
)•• k i ’*«! <^<irk*«1 and fVoulh 
6 '-*rtooh with Ih* qu**n Thi* 
Un* of play wa* bound to *ur 
f*ad *g*in*t *n\ diatnhMtion 
**>*pi ftv* trump* In on* 
bond Th* diamodd inch w«* 
concodod. but North * fourth 
h*on proyidad * porldng ploco 
fn.- South'* loatvv club 
In th* r*rani Aouih 

Wa*t R*gt«n«l tiHJinomanI *l 
rnronadf. C«llfurni« no o4h*r 
p* '* rooctwd thi* 8 n* liam eon- 
trarl. *nd our North Aoutr 
richly dao*rvad than top *mr* 


Thf Daily Cross-Vord Puzzle 


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sS!r-'**ro of Ih* monthly 
moot*r point rompottUon of 
8outh • (MW diamond ro th* Virtorto Allmaaloru' Du 
opnn** proved to b# th* win- p*'.-oi* Undgr ftub 
ning btd olihough two no i Otto looomant and 
iiurr.p might hav* poiniad a **:in>on Martnkar. 2 Toov 
* *f.-.*i* p».;-ifO of th* M*>»h *nd Marry Y. 
bounced hand and U point « Mr *M Mr* f'horl** ru 
. M m higr. n>» aiMireV worth. 4 Mr and Mro. W 

of Dar *.:!** and Mr and Mr« 


^HOU Ui»A«l^ 


Apylkatiaas Ar* N*w 
B*lic Tak*a far Nmi*. 
i**t N*wtc*c*r R**t*i 


HAV* *r* preaonily *omlng to 

ftShfl **ah mniith for * *mall 
amount of tIm* *och publuhlng day. 


Joint Committee 
Meets Today 

•I 

Gr*oi*r Vlrtorlo inlormunit^ 
Ml mmmlit«e wtll m*et tot tho 
flrot 


ACT NOW- PHONE EV 3-4111 


THE DAtl.Y (XHiONIMT nBCt^LATfON DEFT. 
MSI DOt OLAA STREET 


lima thi* yoor ihu 
aflemean. 

Among subloria *xp*rt«d to 
com* boleco Ih* rrimmitle* *ro 
th* progreo* of * public library 
ogrwommt and th* odvioabmty 
of OKiablUhlng • family court 
In Creoter Virtorto. 


OOliONIlIT ROm ArrUCATION 


NAMC 















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Culfo^s Vengeance BloodlmUi 


Fighters 


HAVANA (CPi — Prvali 
blood fkpwcd h^y^ly Monday 
ii) rovolulkMiary voncMnto lor 
whot Hd»l CdMro'a Cuban 
rabeU call crtmaa of tha Ba- 
tfaU dicuionblp. 

Rebel alfkera aaid Afinc 
■quads eaaeutad Tl persona 
•ver a aev«n>hour pmioA at a 
military camp outside Sanll- 
and (umblod them Into a 


iho armad lorrea lor a ahort 
lime after the fall of Batiaia'a 
govqrament New Year's Day. 

CawtlUo and 90 mlU^ry as* 
aodataa art to be arralintd 
before revolutionary Uibunaia 
later thb week In Havana. 
Castro haa accuaed Cantlllo of 
Irtaaon for lottlnf Balista es- 
cape to the Dmninicon Re- 
public. 


In the In^rvai aRer Battota 
seised power In 19&2. 

Bradshaw relayed Ihia ae- 
count of the Camp de Tiro In- 
ddant as told to him by rebel 
officers: 

The prlaonera, de a cribad as 
mlUury men. police offlclala. 
ctvtUan spieo. and tnformers 
were moved by truebs to tha 
rifle In 


WAMMINGTON limi — 
A powerful Mportlsaa ao- 


Bohemla Monday carrlos hun- 
dreds of pkiurea of what Rq 
rails Batista terrorlam and , 
atroiillts and rftarfea that 
30.000 Cubans had been killed ' 


the trench, 10 feet wide and 
10 feet deep. Borne prisoners 
smoked. 

Rifles and some automatic 
weapons cut them down. 


2$afillafo mltltary headquar- 
ters declined confirmation. 
But a hu(e mound of fresh 
raw earth was seen by Associ- 
ated P r a s a correapoodeiil 
Stanford Bradshaw yosterday 
at the reported scene of the 
executkNu, the Camps de Tiro 
rifle range, a mil# from San 
liago. 

Nearly 3,000 tdU faea trial 
on charges ran flag from tor- 
turbig prisoner s to treason. 
Among them la MaJ.-Gen. Ph>- 
loglo CantlUo. who commanded 


nOKL CASTRO 
• Cubans, stay away 


Gambling in Cuba 
Going Respectable? 


. UA^V'AMA (LTll GamhUng nouni’emanl was that gambling 
ts going to go TeapedaMe- In continue for foreign 

Cuba If Pidel Caetro has bla •^IL ^ 

vMed the new government 

could find "leaponolble boat- 
The » yeeroM revotatlonary ' neasmen ' lo run the gamaa. 

chief gave notice of hla Inten- — 

ttons Sundi) after moat of ■ ^1 fTObPfB 

the big time Amertcun opera- I ■ VV M d H99t 
tom who ran the raalnoa under ■ " ^ ^ 

ousted praaldml Pulgendo n?» 

Balista, seal Of wMch way the rwe s> wnwi 

mind was Mowing, went Into m \ m 

hldlnf or out of the country w«Mn m mw? sws d — « »..#>» i nk 
The fiat of Chstro's an- ■hi ba.hNmonmsn 


UtOffT AUXANAWAN 
lOAN COMPANY 


PO. Bas ft. m PoH 8t BV I 

Branches In Va n co u ver and Nanaimo 


STANOAtO SnUtNO COLUMN OtAR SMPT 
There's aoclui^ new to kara. You shift ^ 
the way you ahnys have! And Vaui- 
hall's cunfrofM syuchro^mesh on al 
forward t poad i Riakes gear clashuiif ((' 
virtually impassible, 


UP TO-THi M IW Un tTYUNO THAT STAYS IN STYU 
\'auihal*i styling has set new standards 
for other budget cars to follow. YouH 
be dn>tog modem today and soil ba QCSfl 
dnving Bodeni tomorrow. 


CUaNAed ada are the only maaa communication modlum made available and 
affordable lo evory indhidual. lamOy and buwneaa They are in trutli dM 
*Y>eopk's market place' of gooda and ■ervleaa offering ever y aaatetanrr srhen 
It roene a lo buying, selling, renting, hiring, finding emptoyinent. and pub^MUng 
nothes and stmouncements of every daoeriptlon 

You may not naed a CUsatfled Ad today ... but it's good to know that thla 
public aervico Is there to freely cemnnankmte your offer when the need arkan 


THf ADOS) SAPtTY OP PUU-CftClt VISION 
In a N'suahaJl you enjoy pnooramie 
vision wiiJt noihmg to obstruct your ^0^ 
view There are no dangerous bbnd 
tp«)U ... the viewinf's realty fguat! msi9B 


RSMARKABlf PfRPORMANCi 

Both the Victor's i-cylinder engine and 
the \'elox and Cresu 6<yliader cnpne 
cnmNnc top perfomtance »ith*maEi- 
mum efficiency and trouble-free life. 


COMPtm PIVI OR MX PASStNOIR COAIPORT 

Noihuif has been sacnAeed lo mike 
N'auxhaUs the most comforuble cars m 
their cUaa Rear seal paucngrrs wlU 
appreasle the geoerous kgroom. 


TRUI OASOUNf KONOMY 
You'O save reel nooey on gasoline snth 
Vsushsirs new adv an ce-desi^ carbu- 
retor which pvss you up lo 40 miles 
per pllofi and uaca teguiar fuel. 


' BXTRA'^ PCATURB AT MO fXTRA COST 

Presh Air M aoSer and Balrostar • 3-Spaad Non-SSuMing 
llactrk WIndsbioW Wipers • Level RUo lutponslaw 
• Spmy Insulotion Afoins* RumWo ond Rood Noko a 
Sofvko tvorywhore on Iho North Amoricow Cowtlnonl 


POUR-DOOR CONVmiffNCf 
With NauahaJI’s four wuk-swiii|nig 
doors, iWfre's no aqueeang to gel in or 
out hmnt and rear passengers have 
big-car coavemenca. 


LOW PRtCI . . . low DRPtKUTtON 

Your biggaaC moM pkasaat surprsae comet srbni yon 
check VauxhaO’i low prices. And because Vauxhall ii 
really up-to-date and slays up-to-date, you kat (ir. far 
ksa on depredation at tnde-ui tiine. 


A RtAUY SPACIOUS TRUNK 
You really have to see thii trunk to 
believe H You |H more useable mink 
space lhan in soma big can . . . even 
carries goU dubs or outboard motors. 


OlsssifM 

DspartiMst 


EMPRESS MOTORS LTD 


900 FORT STREET 


EVMUl 







Economist Lh 


at EATON’S 


ions 


fotn AUIEHNI Actton* 
trMkt *f«4 labor union* mu*t 
br bM*4 OM>r* and morv on 
loch*. No*4 Hall. UBC pntrmmor 
t aconomlca, thr fa*nqiw^ 
Hoalng tha waekmd labor (n*4- 
tutr hart. 

Ha rorountad arrompliab- 


ronunitiM. «aid fadaral aid to 
munletpaUtia* u Juat a )«iia 
whan tt coma* t# rrtlavinc 
unamplo)na*ni. 

Hr aald that rW tadrral 
ffranta to oooar Sb par cant of 
labor caata on munkdpaj win tar 
worli pralacta la usHaa* and 
Inadf^uata bacauaa moat rauni- 


OUNCAM ~ E:van thoufb 
panababla foods mlfhi b* liv 
volvad. oppoaMioo laadar Rob- 
art Stractiaa wUl not vota for 
aompulaory labor arbitration. 

He told mambrrs of lha 
Cbwictuui Af ricuHural Sorlaty 
mean tty ba laaUaaa tba pra- 
dtramant tba tarmara may fa< 


(Emotional Appeal 
No Longer Holds 


budfau balorr tha offer 


tbam 

Mr. Sirarhan aald ha wouM 
fiva hia auppon to aimoat alt 
other racommandatlons put 
bafuee the legulatura by the 
8.C. Faderatlon of Afrlcuitura 

Mr Strarhan afraed that 
tha cut In B.C afiirultural 
eailmaiaa had affected sofna 
aarvtrea tba agrtcuHurai anfin- 
eorlni branch and haM crupa 
branch had provided to 
farmers 

Ha dtatnisaad other polnta 
durtnt hit unual pra saaelon 


moral tuatica. Man> of (ha 
procreosiva Idea* broufhi for 
ward by unions had suci'eadad 
through emoflunat appeal, but 
In the present eomptaa aortaty. 
matiam of flnanea. aconomlcs. 
Inflation and tha dollar balance 


was 

made 

In Vancouver and tha lower 
rraaer Valley area wham M 
pat rant of B.C.'a unemployed 
am laraiad. onb 300 paraons 
have bean put to werti ihrodgh 
tba fadaral srhama. Mr Smith 
aald. 

Suggastiona war* Invtiad 
from the 33 mprmantafivaa af 
U hwaJ unions for guidance of 
tha labor council In prepartiM 
reaoiutbutt on the unemploy 
mant altUBlIon. 


must be ronsidsred. he do 
Hared. 

He appealed to uniomsis to 
use (hHr power In pmaalrif 
for fwluratkinal opportunttlea. 
■^hlle trade unlona have 
brought abcMft fantaatlc Im 
pnTvmmmii and made hlfher 
vduratlmi a poasibllUy for 
more peapla. there is stilt s 
qusstloM of the ad e qua cy of 
the sdoratkmaJ system In Cpn- 
ada.” ha said- 

A radical change In puMIc 
thinking. natkmaJ srhoUrohlps 


*Tin E»r' 

Caulking seams of dO-foot 
parabollr sntenr>a at Nonh 
River station, on roast of 
Alaska, maintenance craw 
stsixls on wind buffeted araf- 
fold. Antenna la one of many 
giant ’iln .o ' In tha White 
Alko rommunieatlons syo 
(cm across I.HI0 mllaa af 
Alaska. 


Therd'a the munn for the 
bight. Spline feeltng . . . 
KATON'S b kxiUng to- 
ward Spring with yo« In 
mind — you in a lovely 
RelMalr suit. All-wool worw 
teds and rayon worsteds. 


talk «rttb society members. 


and Improved faculties In uni 
wrslUcs were racommandod as 
which 


Witness Tells Murder Jury 


goals (eward 
orga n iced and 

powerfur groups should work. 

Cartier Amnld Smith, chair- 
man of the Nanaimo-AlbemI 
Labor Council's unemployment 


highly. 


Surrender 

Finishes 

^Freedom* 

Giving himself up lo his 
Vlctofls lawyer yestardsy 
afternoon a Igyenrold troutb 
ended more than a weak o4 
“freadocn ■ after eacap ln g from 
the Brsnnan Lake Induo 
tfiaj School 

The yemth was wearing only 


tthurtmlad 

A favourlia suB bi- Bellafair 
Smokay blue worsted rayon 
in a smart, slim fitting aiyta 
Grey, blue navy. Siasn 12S 

29.95 


NEW WESTMINSTER »CP» 
— A an . year • old ChUUwacfc 
youth quarreled with bis 
elder brother on tha day he Is 
sUegad to have murdered him. 
an aastie court jury was loU 
Monday 

Robert Arthur Chapman la 
charged In tba shotgun slaying 
of John Dennis Chapman, 31. 
on the CamUy farm In ChUB- 
wncfc Oct. 17. 

Chartes Bellamy a broiher 
In-low. leatlfled he and the two 


ran out and saw Johnny Isan < farmhouse, kind of sinking to 


the ground. 


EATON'S Pharmacy 


fisssi r slly styled — by Belle 
fair The suit you'll love to 
wear every'where Rirb all 
wuni worsted flannsl in dove 
grey, blue and black. Smart 
porket detail-^i Sms* MS 

A”’ 49.95 


othnol and 


ki a woodahad at tha aidr of 
the h ouas when an argument 
developed as to where some 
wiring should be installed. 

"A few moments later I 
henrd a shot and than I hanrd 
Johnny calling Bob. Bob.' I 


then had 
^ttded police of lower Van- 
couver Island 

He Is new in rustog) city 
police, and rsetng pomible 
charges in addition to that of 
escape. 


Sitiney Brmnch %fu»hroomM 


‘Adequate Pensions’ 
Wish for New Year 




the ever tncieaslng living 
costs" was es pressed at the 
first annual dinner af the Ski 
ney Old Age Pensionert' As- 
sociation. 

The wish was mad* by John 
Mllbng. prssklont of OARA 
Branch &, Vlctarta. In answer 
ta a toast by Sidney branch 
aorretary Robert Thompeon. 

Mr. Thompson said ihe 10- 


I Wbft 

CblMr-HdMigd 

AU bouny woof yam in 
a wonderful range of 
coloura Ne dye W re- 
qdIrsA MothproofM. 
washoMe. this J and 4 
ply wool wUI ftO moM of 
your kntttlnf nce A . Ap- 
prvx 1-oa. pull skein. 
RATONU C*T-s 

Valu*. sack 0 I C 


mow imm 

EATON’S own brand, 
lAdy Eatr stamped pil- 
low cases are of firmly 
woven cotton with hem- 
stitched ends A kn^y se 
lection of panema Stan 
dird sife 

JATO^rrW. 2,gg 


Navy Officer 
To Be Buried 
In Victoria 


6061 . 
6RANT 


tbrtf TfiMg Ofvgn 

Long wearing Vinyl p4ao- 
llr card table covera wtth 
attractive quilted taffeta 
effect. Tbllorml to fit 
standard 3Cr Aid table 
RATONIA 9 d A 
Value, sorb 1 9 


HALIFAX (CPI - U Cmdr. 
Ian Cameron Martin. 44. s na 
tlv* of NorthfleM. RC- died In 
Stadarona Naval Hospital here 
Monday. 

He joined the Royal Cana 
dian Navy In 1P40 and served 
on cOBvoy duty out of this port 
during tha .Second World War 
.Slnre 1M7 he was an Inalruc 
tor at Siadswwna Training 
School 

Survivors Include his wife a 
daughter. Denean. 12. and a 
son William. 10. 

FunoruJ servW* will be 
held hem Wschwuday Buiia) 
will be In the naval cemeiery 
at Vkiorla 


Ako Kfilftlilt ifgAlM 

All lengths, all staes . . . 
Aero knitting needlc a hi 
paua or In sets of four 
Also rlrrular needles for 
*eaa knitting. AAe« 


Evtry one's 
Talking About 

GLEN EATON 

^ • t9 

Gossips 

found only at EATON S 


EATONS 


GAITK PARISIENNF 
B«sion Orchestra 


Wake up to muidc . . . and 
to the aroma of fmh coffee! 
Not only doea EATON’S Own 
Brmnct Viking dock radio 
wake you. but Ihe timed out- 
IH enablea you to pkig In 
your coffee pot. or tea kHtle, 
and U, too. luma on automa- 
tically! dock -radio hat 
aturdy plaatic case In red. 
while or yellow, with attrac- 
tive Mark dock face. 

EATON FtW, each 


The allmmeat atem of a heel, the moat 
elegant needle point toes make Gk>rv 
eaton Gomipa the preferred thoea of 
fashionahle women. For wonderfuJ 
comfort . . . Goaaipa have Careiwole tn- 
aolea. Sises 5>-it to 10, col- a A |h|> 
lertivrty RATON rrtee. pair * Q»5IO 

BeugaNae Pump . A lovely, dr may ahna 
with buckle trim al vamp Tnr tpedsl after- 
noons snd evening* ^ 

b. Black noeds ... A shoe smart enough far 
any nrm ai rm . , . with tolUa and bvlUlanc 
Him at vamp. 

SI BIb«4i RaMwt . . . Exqulattely stylsd wiih 
faills trim snd touch of hrtUianca at vamp 


C 


Ttlephonfi EY 2-7141 


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LOCAL NEWS 


CLASSIFIED 


Mo. 26— 101»t YEAR 


VKTORIA. BRITISH COU MBIA, TI^ESOAY, JANI ARY 13, 19S9 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


JOYCE DENTITH 
. » . fOiM tUu cok# 


BOB SHARPE 
. chanct to relax 


ALO. MILLARD H. MOONEY 
• • • ha ttkea taa 


MARGARTT HORNE 
. iialcomt quailar-hour 


STANLEY JONES 
break booaU tffldency 


Coffea>break la more popular now In Canada than 
In United Statn, acrordinc to National Office 
Management Aaaociation, and certainly haa warm 
endoraemMit of all three Vtctoriana found taldnc 


breaka yreterday. NOMA flnda 91* per rent of 
Canadian companlea give coffee breaka. compared 
with 79 per cent In United Statea. Coffee la favor* 
It* coffee b reak drink In both count riea. but tea 


ta aecond In Canada and aoft drinks are second In 
Majority of office work ers in both countriea 
now have two breaka a day. NOMA survey shows, 
and In moat caaaa are gh^ minutes on each 


occasion. Vklohana on roffee-breaks were taianL 
moua In optnlon that breaks are vakisMe, result 
in higher c^lciency.^lColofdst photos.) 


Saanich Rap$ ^eighborg 


'People Protest 
So Skip Work, 
Says Murdoch 


Rather Hare Park 


Victoria, Oak Bay and EaquImaH municii 
not paying their fau* share of coats In School I 
SeaniHi council chanted last night. 

The ntuetlon throw* sn un 
fair burOen mi Saanirh rale 
payers. W. .Jhrh Lindaay. 

Saanirh Mi m or toM a apwiaJ 
■wetuif of Saanich council. 

CoMWiI atcBed I# avhmH 
prnieota to eovn* of rrvMon 
which will he hc.d m Saanirh 
municipal ka> reb. 2 and 12 to 
hear pro l ta t j agalnai recent re- 
aaaeaamenl* M both arboel dla- 
uvta -<t end €3. 

Ki tDKNCfC GATNMirD 

A quantity ot evidence Ut 
tuppo^ counclt • etand K«« 
been colteried by Mr Undaav • 
office rofitrmjrttnc rooiponible 
Saanich bouaee and houaea 
outihle the munhipatlty. and 
the arhool laxea paid on ihe 
bouaea. 

A total of 33 proioatt at aimt 
aaaeMimentB had been aub- 
BlHed by Saanich ratepayera 
lo IpM nl«hi. The proteau 
datm that the aa aei e wrenta are 
too high, whereaa councH'c 
claim win not diapuie Saanich 
aaaeiammti 

Council will cDfitend that a* 
tMementa In other munlctpall- 
IW« are loo low, Mr tindaay 
toM munrtt that municipal aa- 
Mwmenia are baaed on Sh per 
evni of eoluea over a four year 
period. 

SA.<Mn ASnt'BD 

"It to abourd to haae aiMe«a 
menu on land value* os we are 
In an area that to expandma 
and valuea rtae quicker than In 
Macnanl municipality." Ceun. 

Lealle Paaamnre ro m menied 

Reeve Georfe Chatierton 
told council he had dincuaeed, 
the pomlbMIty of a council 
protest with one bf the mem 
bem of the pmvlnctal fowem , 
ment -appointed court of levi- 
aion. 

Me warned that the court 
of reetolon would not allow 
Saanich council to tee the 
compre h e naive aaaetimeni' 
rolto for the arhool dletrlcta.j 
to make eomparlaona between - 
munkipallMea. ^ I 

Rrc »vm TOO iatk 

In IMT Ihe provliirUl fov | 
einment’a Amea ar rwwt EquaS- 
xation Core mto idon ordered 
5Uantch counrtl to Iricreoae 
aMeoamenU in .School Dtotrtct 

•I by r on.noo. 

The order waa received too 
tote lo allow for reome aam ent: 
aa the money wm ralaed byl 


an tncroanod mill raio tovled 
over both achool dtotneta In 
!99t Ihe oaoeoamenta In School 
Olatiict ai were Increaaad by 
27.000000. drawing 230 pro- 
leaU from roiepo y era. 


.Annoriair Editor 

Marry W Young, for the poaf 
aeven yeora buatneoa and 
financial editor of Tho Dolly 
Colontat. haa been appointed 
an aawac i aie editor of the 
newspoper, H waa onnounrod 
yeaten to ) by Seth Holton, 
publlaher. Mr. Young, aa well 
a« taking port in the edlioriai 
direction of the newapoper. 
wUI continue le write hla 
doily column and to edit the 
flrMtirtoi poge 


LT COL A>HN CAVE 
• • • home lor keep a 


CoL Cave Wants to Loaf^ 
Fish— and Make Lamps 


Body Found 
Off Lsquimalt 


Number of driftwood lampe in the Vic* 
tono amo la 'likely to incrooae during the 
next few montha 

Making theoe unuoual tompa to the 
favorite hobby of LMToi John C. Cove, 
now on rtcirement tone* hero after nearly 
36 yearo of aervte* In tha Royal CanodUn 
Army. 

The veteran, who workod hto woy up 
front pnvote lo Uie rank of tteutenant 
eoionoL hoa returned to hto home ol 2719 
Cooey Drtv*. Soantch. where he lust wanta 
lo relax, catch up on hto llahing and turn 
out driftwood tompa for hto many frtenda. 

"I'vo a nice workohop St home and I’ve 
already given about 130 of theae tompa to 
my frtenda all over Canada " he aaid 

Will he join ihe mlUUa* *'I haven't 
made up my mind lo do anything yet. I'd 
like lo toko a couple of montha dotng 
nothing. )uat to aet where I am." CoL Cave 
anewered. 


He joined the Princeaa -Mtrtrto'a Cartp 
dton Light Infantry aa a prtvaie. in Wittni 
peg in January 1233, and auyed with the 
PPCLl until December. 12)6. when he went 
(e the Canadian Tank School in London. 
Onl. 

Duimg the Second World War. he mw 
onion wrtth Ihe 2nd Canadian Armored 
Brigade and comntanded the Sherbrooke 
regirrteni in the northweaiem European 
theatre. 

CbL cave waa Equlmalt ttorrtaon com 
mander from July A 1M3, to Jan. 1. 12M. 
Since then, he haa done s**ff work 

lor B.C Area headquarter^ and cnmmaitd- 
ed the national army rorlet ramp in Banff 
from June to September 

Hto wen-month retirement leave nf 
finally atoned Moada> Upon completion of 
tho leove. he will have aerved 35 yewra In 
the regular army. 


Head for Che toat time at the 
head of the .Second Canadian 
Karon Squadron 

Built on the Clydebank a* a 
destroyer of the Algonquin 
rtaas for ttw Royal Navy. 
Crewo M i waa completed in 
.September. 1245. and by the 
end of lb# year waa •ranaferred 
lu the RCN on a permanent 
baau. 

.Soon afterward* the ahip waa 
■iiached to Pacific Command. 

KXTKNHi\K B»:prr 

A tWD-yeor period of extew 
alve modemtailon and refit, to 
gKe I'rcoront lla preaent anti, 
aubmarine capabdltiea aa a 
de«iroyer aamn. ataned In 
1231 

('apt J. C. Grant and Ihe en* 
tire «Mp’« company will iranw 
fer lo the AmnlbiUne. aaaigned 
here from Ihe Atlantic com- 
mand. at San Dtego next 
month. Aaxtnibnlne'a crew will 
board the Creecent to reptln 
Atlantic mmmand 

Second Canadian R a c o r t 
Squadron will carry out exer* 
ctw In Alaakan waters and 
then travel le Hawrall and San 
Diego 


Oak Bay Liberal MLA Ar- 
chie Gibba toat night refui^ 
to correct stalemetila he maAe 
about the Shrum royal com- 
miaaton in a free Ume CBC 
broodrast and In turn de- 
manded that Dr. , i^ordon 
.Shrum retract hla demanda 
tor a correction 

CfHUroverty a rote when 
Dr Shrum. who heads the In- 
quiry mto RC Power Com 
mission opetallona. charged 
Mr Gibb* with making ‘ir- 
respofMible ' ilslemenla to Ihe 
efferi that former BCPC 
general manager H Ls* 
Rrigf* had been refuaed by 
Dr Shrum an opportunity la 
CTMs^xsmtne provincial 
economic advtaer J. V. Flaher 
on hto teafimony. 

Dr .Shrum said taal ntghi 
the •taiement was imtHTSct 
artd could he checked with the 
tranacnpi of evidenee. 

Mr Gibba yealetday arguod 


that newapaper reporta stated 
that Dr. .Shrum had aaid the 
eronomic adviser wtmM not 
be railed at the request af Mr. 
Briggs or hto rwupael. 

What aciuariy happened at 
the rayal commission baa that 
Dr. Shrum aafced It Mi. 
Briggs' counsel wished to 
erase eaafntne immediately fol- 
lowing the teatimony of Dr 
Fiahet and the reply waa that 
they wished lo wtthold the 
craoa -e xa m I rm t Ion . 

Dr 5thrutn costlgated Mr 
Briggs' counsel for hokUng off 
croM examination and pointed 
out that Mt. Brtgg* had no 
rtghi lo rati the wttneaa bock 
Rut Dr Shrum then pointed 
out that Dr Ftoher wnaiM un 
doubtedly be bark on the stand 
and that an opportunijy for 
Mr Briggs' counsel to crows- 
eaamtne would then be 
offersd. 


BOB SPOONER 


Copt Norman Alfred Foa- 
ter, 72, foundrr ol the Vic 
lorto Girls* Drill Team died 
yealerdJy to Royal JuMlee 
HcMpitaL 

He was a mMnbor of the 
Greater Vkiorto Colebr a tlona 
Aaaorlatlon. a life member a| 
tha Junior Chamber of Com- 
meres and a fe n net member 
of the Vtotorto Chamber of 
Commerce ^ 

*X'ap" Footer waa born In 
London, Eng . Dec. 33. ino 
He was a veteran of the 
South African War and Ihe 
First World War 
Ho cam# to Vlrtorto In 1213 


arul worked for the flim of 
E G. Prior and Co. At the 
aui break of war. he trana- 
ferred from Ihe loral milltta 
I aquadron of B.C. Horae to the 
jConadton Mcrunie^ lUriea. and 
I later went overaeaa wtih the 
I UKIrd Raiialkm. CEF. in 1216. 

After the war. he went into 
the reel eaiaie buslneM In the 
VS. and returned le Vlrtorto 
in 1236. 

While Ihe city waa prepar- 
ing for the 73th arnilveraary 
of Ita Incorporation to 1237. he 
worked with Thqniaa Hawk 
tna. then aldrmian and chair- 
man of Ihe retehratlona. In In- 
BtaUIng the hanging flower 
boafceta adilrh art now per 
roanent flxiurao here 

The aame year he beuame 
a e c r o I a r y-trooaurar of the 
Junior Chamber of Commere* 
Tho following yoor. he formed 
the drill feom. and stlU later, 
wti made trainer of the 
Chtneoo gtrto* drill IMm. 

Iasi aumnier. on the 30th 
anniversary of the founding of 
the drill teom. he was pro- 
aenied with a broniv bust of 
himself when past members 
met fram all over the conti- 
nent to honor him The buat 
to now in a placo of honor to 
city hall. 

Surviving la hto widow. 
Mary. ai homo, 1041 Mooroa 
Btraet. 


Passing 


Bnb npw o wer selling appdartces 
In a d^ntown store where he 
ha* been wrorhtog lot <be past 
seven yewra • He and hto wife, 
Marie, moke Ibeie home at 
3273 Campion Rood and they 
have three children Bnddy. 
10 Kotky, K and lAWide, 6. 
Bob's hobbles are ftohing and 
atnalaur ceramkwi . . Atmo- 
belle Brawrw amlllng sympo 
tbetlcally while wrapping up 
a prescription for coM pills 
Dow k wBisrIond asylng 
the many coMa going arour»d 
have doubled hla bualneM In 
antl-htotamlne* Avia Wal- 
tow welcoming newromors to 
Vktorto . . Marry lAggeit 
pkwa ed that • three-year old 
prediction haa bem confirmed 
Jako Meyer selling an In- 
aurance policy IMIle Mlw 

rieM busily at work in be? 
Port Street office Ira Mill 
drinking enffee downtown Sun- 
day moriii^ . . . Lew King 
chongtng a tire PaMee 
Oileg Jaba Blaekaiack talking 
about oottrtooua 6rlv*re. 


CAPT NORMAN FOBTFJl 
hto hanging baskets 
became city fixturea. 


Area Blacked Out 
By Power Failure 


Queen ’s Portrait to Hang 

unici 


ipalHall 


In Oak Bay Ml 


Holiday Stopped 
Scarlet Fever 


d wide aroo of Greoter Vlc- 
torto wo* left without electrtc 
power for aknui 30 minutes 
yesterday nocn. when rrtoy 
trouble developed at the Ar- 
nott substation of the ac. 
23ectr1e Co. on the mainland 
At the time Ihl* area waa 
drawing all power Ihrough 
two submarine caMes from 
Ihe maintond When the black 
out oectiired. at 13Jn p.m . 
priority clmiiii w#to trutanity 
coniwciod writk Vaneouver I* 
land power oouroaa. 


Other aroaa, however, were 
'dark” fram S3 to 92 minutes. 
All power, using Island 
snutxea, was rvutored by 1343 
p.m and by t.30 pm. power 
was avaiUMr once more from 
Ihe mainland 

Dlslrtcta affected Included 
Gordon Meod. Lake Mill. 
Ikirg* ' U^overdato. Wilkinson 
Road. North Muodra. Cordova 
Boy ond tho UilttodoGoo 
worth district. 


"Good Weo. " aaid Roava were pocked up and atorsd In 
Murdock. "I've thought about tha bosement. 
t* myoell for a long time " This waa don* by orde r of 

The real of council agreed, the then reeve Fred Norris. 
But. aold the reeve firmly, and the pnrtralte have ra- 
the Mueen'i portrait "must he^'melned in storage ever *lme 
•unaMe" lo Ihe aevereiy mod- Reeve Murdoch aold he 
ern Interinr of the new rounril didn't wrtoh to be hUmed ffw 
chombera. reolUng the tonk of the room. 

When the tMSJno munjrtpol I "oo tot'a get a euitoble portrait 
hall was opened toet June, alt; of Her Majeely Well hang H 
the poriralta of former reeveoi behind Ihe reeve's duUr." 


It took all months te get 
around to It. but Ook Bay 
cuunrtl toet night decided it 
should have a picture of Ihe 
Queen to hang In Ihe pew 

tnunlcipol hall. 

"Thla muai be Ihe only 
coufMil chomher In Canada 
that doesn’t hava a picture of 
Her Majesty* mM Coun W. 
G cuts, who braugM Ihe mot 
lor up. 




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14 ilUfl ColouM ^ VictoriiL. I.C Jm. IS. IfSt 


in Diamonds 


Gliller On Show 


tty Ann tAindem 


LONDON (NANAI- If <»• 
monda rrslly arv a tirl'a b^at 
fn#nd. (h» fnrndiMI pUoi> on 
aanh thla month la th# famMi 
LoiMkin ahowroom of ChrlaU^a 
aunion hiiuat. 

Cluai*rt>d (hm — and draw- 
Inc hufa arowda ta Iba larfw( 
aiMl moat vaiuabla roUactlnn of 

dlamonda avar aaaamhlad 


atar bodga of tha Oidar of tha 
Ganar. Brltalna hlihaat 
award. Only 10 yaan oM. tha 
daconitlon haa baan rallad tha 
flnaat Gaiiar alar In aaiatattra. 

Harry Wlnaton'a loan. Uia 
only non BrIUah Uam on dla- 


play. la (ha T»41 carat Nopal 
diamond. It la a paar-ahapad 
atuna. found 400 yaara afo in 
Indla’a Goktmda mlna. ortfin 
of th# Infamoua Koh-I-Noor. 
Hopa and Grand Unful dfa* 
monda. 


Dl&AR ANN] rvt bean manled eight yenra and 
l*m having trouble with my wife. We have a aeven* 
year-old boy and I'm trying hard for hla sake to keep 
the home together. 

My wlla took a )oh aa '‘Bar- 
baUt.** (Thla la a naw ona on 


ha aaya to IH ha^ fat tha 
runnlflc around out of har 


canrWa tha drinks from tha 
bar to tha tablaa.> She waara 
a short aktrt. Mack I a c a 
atocktnca, and a Ucbt aailn 
blouaa which ta low In tha 
front. This ts har uniform but 
I don't think it'a a proper out- 
At for a wlla and mother. 

Bha took tha job tor tun. 
Wa don't naad (ha money. Har 
haw fhands are a park of dl- 
vorrad flrla. Hiay have poor 
rapulatlofu and look Uka 
tramps. 

My wiN's hours are from T 
p.m. to J a.m. so I'm at boma 
every nlfht with tha boy She 
throws dlnnar on the (sMa and ' 
runs out of tha door. Sana i 
momtncs aha doaan't coma In 
until T s m. i 

I've latkad to har father and 


TWO parts of tha lariaM dia- 
mond aver found, made Into a 
two* atone heoorh mors t^j^T 
I thrao lachoa lonf tor the 
I Quoati of Cngiand. tparklaa 
rioaa to tha famed WlUlamoon 
Ptnk. a freak SSrarat pink dia- 
mond which alone la valued at 
more than St JSO.QOOi 

MTONBB L’NK)1;K 

Tha oahihiuon. called The 
Acelaos mamond.*' was organ- 
Uad by Da Baers Conaolldatad 
Minas, tha vast manopoly 
which controls more than n 
par rant of tha world'a output 
of jrwal-quallty dtamnnda. 

"It la almost impoaalhia to 
'put a value on many of tha 
stones In tha axhIMt. tinea 
they are unique and hreplaca- 
abla.** a spokesman for Da 
fiaara said tha other day. 

Tha ficure of 14 000.000 
(SllJOO.OOOi as a value of the 
diamonds on display Is there 
fora a roosarvatlva ona," be ax- 
plained. 

L4)A.NM rVO.VC Ql PJCN 
Sutra tha exhlbaion Is for 
ehaiity. dtamooda from ihair 
personal roUarrfcma have been 
inanad by Queen £lttabath. 
niher members of the Royal 
ramlly. many of' Cnfland's 
noble families. Amertran du- 
mond dealer Harry Winston 
and many others. 

^ _ Queen Elisabeth's loans In 

emmem office eetlmatea that HONG KONG (NAKA> He tald that aa Inof as the dbda Ihe bhMws she raDs ~my 

by \W1 there will ha SJ1AOOO A •0-yaarold OUneae, who had brute su>ad at tha home of her beat diamonds.* Thcee 31 

diamonda. clvao to her by tha 
Union of South Africa on her 
31st birthday, are mounted on 
a necklace and a bracelet 


You'll be out of your mtnd 
before your wUa "gau tha 
running around out of har 
systam.** Since you don't need 
tha extra money and this job 
Is knocking your marriaga to 
pieces. 1 suggasS you have a 
frank talk with your wife and 
tall her she can choose be 
tween the two. 

Any woman wbo'd rather 
chase around with low char- 
acters and spend avaiy night 
balancing martinis In a 
smoked- filled bistro doaan't de- 
serve the status of wlla and 
mother. Maybe a few months 
of thla routlim aa a ataody 
diet aiul living alone In a 
ranted room will open har 
ayee 


Proud sRiilM WTMtha ftcca of Mn. 
Aacott and ll*yMr*old twin daugh* 
ten. Sandra, left, and Margot, aa they 
watched Sodn. Ldr. D. B. Aacott take 
command of 2455 Aircraft Control 


and Warning Squadron Sunday after* 
noon in Bay Street Armory. Sqdn. 
Ldr. Aacott succeeds Sqdn. l^. R. D. 
Higgins aa cnmnuinding offUrr of the 
aquadron.— (Photo by R. Clarke.) 


SALON 


Eat Termites, Flies 
For Special Health! 

PARIS (WN8) — Dr. Ixthourhe, a Frroch 
apeciattat In dtaletkw, has advUed iMmewivea to 
aenn hmecta at regular latenaK “TWjr are rich 
in p fole lna .* he h mk tcd. *Nathea hi the Coago who 
ant termites, rooaqnitnes. flies and aenrahs have a 
■pecinJ health that we ahouh) 4yy in enmtele.** 


SEMI- 

ANNUAL 

COLD 

WAVE 

SALE! 


Women 

Become 

Fewer 


Life Ruined at 13! 


Dear Ami: 1 m 18 years old | to ask you again In a eouplr 
and my Ufa Is already rulnad. ^ yearn 

My Parents woo t let me data. ' e * * 

. Aaa: Thla may sound 

A eortain male perwn has yn, , probiwi to you 

•*^r*^“* 1? • 

with him but my lathm mads long ttma. 1 hope you can 
a law that 1 can t go with help 

* r® ^ *“«*' Whoa I am with peopk. I 
•tfiool Thu to J'v® talk loo much. 1 get nervous 

ye^away and I ^ t think and rattle on without ttunk- 
111 be able to stand K. about what Im aa>mg. 

t know several girls my age Sometlmaa t find myself ex 
who esn go on date* l think pioaaing such stupid Ideas 
m> lalka arc mry -.n that I am aanamsd. I nottre 

fair. Ptoaae say something to aUo that I sa> things about 
haip me out of ihto priim be^ people that are no( In the best 
fora t dry up. Thank you. — . taaia just to heap a conversa 
TRUDY. I Iton goltig 

I don't want lo he known aa 
Dear Trudy Thtrisrn years a goasip or a fooL but I'm 
eld and already heading for afraid If people judge me hy 
the Old Folks Home* fm v4ne of my gabby perfor- 
•orry but 1 mn'l give you mancos that to what they will 
much help, chicken. Datmg , think Wity dn I do this when 
should begin In high school I know better* How can I 
artd not before Tell the boy stop* TALKATIVE. 


lONDON iCPi ^ Aknoat 
unnoticed, a remarkable 
ciiangc haa taken piape in the 
population of England and 
Walaa. There now art more 
men than women m the most 
marrtageabto age group. 30 to 


Not just a permonenf . 
but a comp/efe restyling 


Bdciiclur' FuoU Bill 


• FaahkMi C«i 


all along considered himself a husband lor a number of years, 
hachekir. returned here after and aa tong aa •(># kow (owed 
spending SO years in Amencm lo her husband's ancestors 
to dlameer that for the last during feativato. she was con- 
heen sidered a leffal wife. It did not 
’Oman matter whether (he husband 
was present or absent. 

IiTImo siranga cast cams to At the er»d of the hearing, 

men to 1110400 woman recently when a S3-year the magistrate. Hln-Shlng Lo. 

I Tho levoraal has boen due ^ woman named Chan Kam rulhd that Chan was lecaity 

I mainly to improvemanta In ■«•<* Wat Kaa,^„, ,or main- marriad to VV^ and ha arderH 

I child wollare. More boys are ^* ^** ‘^ 

< bom than glrto (about t<M to married to Wat for the $100 (UB. |l7i a month 
100. and hoahh Improvemenu » years ail h^gh she had maintenance 

over tha last 30 years have tod 

to a drop In the mato mortal ** was revealed in evidence -j ^ j 

ity rale, always higher than that Chan married Wat by I 1 pQf*.l llfl 

the lemale. P~*y ‘n ■ Chines* wedding AAQl \-flU 

MOKK MA1.M ceremony in Wats riallve vti- w « m « 1 - 

? .. . , lage in Ihe Po On dJstrtrt of Hoc Trinidbfc 

In aU the age groups up lo china 25 years ago In that lid^ I lipiClS 

A theto now art more males ceremony, a rooster was used ^ 

than lematos hut Aon 3 on- |q repreortit Wat ’AN ANTONIO. Tex. (AP> 

wards ih«o ara mort woman ^ k«* »^ia * 15-yearold wile Mrs. 

than men. TTSf; Agueroa. gave Mrih lo 

This change to welcomed by IIU triplets Friday with a midwife 

the women ihemoMvoa. Thais In attendance lor two births 

to mvMdi toss' danger of "being ,, and a pohceroan-mlntster help- 

left on the shelf Belom 113. Ing with (he third, 

a number of girU carved out **•*’ "*"* Moapltal attendants aaid tha 

careers realising that lhay had Uang. an expert bi three eons were dmng weO In 

hrile rhanre of marriage. Chliveae law and customs, teiil- sn incubaiiK 
Girl* today are not so heen to •(' certain districts «f The father lA reported ha to 

MCTiflce ihetr private lives to Uki|^^bcludlng^Po On district, broke snd jobless, 
heroma career girls* when " ‘ 
marriage proaperts are so 
good 

There to much levs danger, 
too. of becoming a "wall 
flower' 


Discount 


2S> years he had In fi 
totally married to a 
ha had never seen. 


Ton «M ytmr EATON CiMMga Aoobul 


'T. Cl 


wtf $mum 
throbbad, 


TkantM 

thtiMto 
iMtoof 
Cgw tobtoi 
fTM Vicks 


Tremendous Reductions 
at the Vanity’s Great 


Tha Victoria branch of the 
Regiaiefed Music Teachera' 
Asaoctaiion wiU maei to the 
atudio of Miaa G. Mahatfy. 
741 Fort Street, tomorrow at 
B pm CoL J Q Gilton wUl 


speak on (ha Gregorian Cham 
and win Uluatrata hto apaoeh 
with rocordtogs. 


Eaquimalt Golden Age dub 
wtU meet to the Scout Hall. 
Fraaer Street at 3 p.m. temo- 
row. 


HALF-YEARLY 
SALES EVENT 


Rotary 

Officers 

Installed 


Nofniaattone wUl taka place 
at the meHIng of the St 
Lnuls Codege Mothers' Club, 
to he held today at • pm. at 
1003 Pandora. 


Men Make 
Success 
Possible 


IfRlitR Ums DraitkRlIy lUdvetd 

BROKEN LINES OF 
SLIPPERS 

Mo Frim /h 


Prayer and healing study 
(nesting will be held (nmori 
row to the Cathedral Meroor 
tol Hall at 3 pm. 


Mrs. Ahna Bradbury sraa 
named president of the Vic- 
toria Rotary Women s Auxil- 
iary at the first luncheon 
meeting of the year held at the 
Uarifle Club toat Thursday. 

Mrs Mrta Clark Inatalled 
Mrs. Jean pabnme aa aerre- 
lary. Mrs. TiUto Brown as 
(reeauier and Mrs. Mona Mor- 
rtaon and Mrs. Rita Love aa 
first and aecond vinepreal 
denia reapecllvely. 

Four new dlieciiAs named 
were Mrs. E. Davbison. Mrs. D. 
Gilmore. Mrs. P Marshall and 
Mrs. V. Verea. Four directors 
serving (hetr MN'ond year art 
Mrs. H. Green. Mrs. B. Cran- 
ston. Mrs. O. Cotoa snd Mrs. 
P. Upwanl. 


MONTREAL »CPt There's ♦ ♦ ♦ 

■ man behind the sucresa of Robert Btima McMlcklng 
every woman seya Dr MUIj Ouipler lODE hoMe Ita an 
B HaPerstadt. a general prte nual meeting Feb. 3 at R p m. 
imoner of Malone. .V Y Mother st tha Oak Bay Beaeh Hotel 
of three she helteves a woman 
ran go only as far la her hua 
band helps her go In hustnoM 
or s rsreer 

Her huahand. Joseph, haa a 
doa'torate as ■ chemist He la 
a me'ai emrtpany eierutive in 
their home town 

"My husband to haalt'ally a 
•rienitot*' she said, "and he 
has always undefsinod my de- 
sire for a career. As a woman 
In medklne I’ve never run into 
any prejudice " 

Her home life la not without 
Its minor prohlema, she ad 
muted. Once when her sun 
JoMph. now IT. was ynungei 
or>e of his companions had 
opened a door lor her as she 
entered a building. 

"My mother la not a lady," 
young Joseph told hla friend. 

"She’s only a dfxior.” 


buffered 

tablets 


CROUP OF SMART 
PUMPS AND TIES 

High heels and flala 
Values to 3h0 

BALE PRICE 


Nrw Vlckt BuffRr*d Cold TablotB 


Juet 

the trorrtt 


1. Buffartd formutg provtd txira fist! Labo- 
ratory tests at a lainoiu univmiiy proved that 
MW VKks Buffered Cold Tablets speed cold- 
and-smus pain reKeven out of your stomach 
all ihro«|h your body extra fast. 


YouVq BlwayB walcoma 


Tha home a# IfU CUAN-UP LOANS 

Pay aff year pitod-sp bills om sritb a BtNKPICIAL 
Bia Claaa-Up Uaaf Tbsa. maks only ane sMothly 
payawat ioataad af ssvsral . . . aad bav* mar* esab Isfl 
ersr saeb month! lUmember- 1^ last IHm 144 te 
call Bp . corns In . snd pi* ap laar loan at 
•EMCnClALI Phens ladtv* 


2. Halpa drain abnia caviiioa, cImt natal con* 
ftflion . . . roitovta ftaor. hoadachtt. New 
Vicki Buffared Cold Tab)^ oot only reduce 
fever, ralieva hcadMbet . . , ■pedal decongest* 
ants relieve nasal congtsiioo. help dram clogged 
imus cavities. 


•COTA IN AFRICA 
The Union of South Africa 
has about 4S Catodonton ao- 
clattoa with a membership of 
10400 SeolA 


IRISH LINER 
STORES 

laia Gwrt m. r\' Mats 


9. Pkki you up faat vhan you muti kaop work- 

Mt- Sitmulaimi ntedicationi reltevc that tired, 
draggad-out feclmg of a cold . . . help you fee) 
more akrt. 


4M-A VATCS fTRCCT, VICTORIA 

Ind naer (Abevs Tip Tnp Takars) 

Pkww: l-ajtl • A«a far Ihs YES MAHmw 

(WBMOS Sv 4WO<Nf<»|»<T • mOMI BOS IVtBW M O MOUtS 


IbtMfS r«»r 
SMr w iw w * 
*•<•(•■ (WM- 


ne i/ani 

19M DOl'OLAA RT. 


cold tablets 


RUFFCRCO 






«.un coim,w _ vw,»u,ic.,T«,j...».m. 15 Strvssvd 


Necklines Pliinp;e 


ERSONAL 


ENTION 


NEW YORK (UPIl— By popuUr d**miind. b 
^Mck in ctyl# in upring ftshk^. 

Mfusi <it^4Kn«rs nhandoned yrar't «(nn|{h(. 
thafipleMA }int*n (or tli» fiftrd boduv and the curves that 
omrie with It. Nerkhnei are km. and csjcktaU and 
evening di-esv** have skirla aplit to the knee*. 

^ The mtnuueiie* get • **rt«lng ' 

vntf> Ilf ihankt fruni Ihe rill trama • ronaklrrabW espan** 
Trnry. mala and female mVs «-ha*i " mmI lha l•-'M>u<a. 
Klaaryif laimhert. dirartor ftf Wldr an «laap V oai klina* make 


evening roa»t gnaa ever floor 
i^fih gnwna 

The kmg. nanow evening 
dieaa iMMat out the bouffant 
t>pa Mimi popular fabtim fix 
evening are matin, printed milk 
la«e or layered rtuffon 

Daylinie fabiii-m are IhU-ker. 
lowmely woven, wim* inieieit 
mg lexturea and atrong pat 
temm C>erk. are In. the fa : 


Coiora are vivid but Ugiit. er 
dark and lumlnnua. ,((rean. 
from foreat to leltura ahadea. 
ia Ihe moat popular mlnr. Vto- 
let and Iliac are neat. Off- 
white vivid pink, yellow and 
muhtlued reda alao ara widely 
uae>i 

Huttona come big aa deml- 
tamme aaiicerm. ate carved from 
tea mlieilt. 


Spending the winter montha at their Palm Demert h<>ma 
In California aie Mr arwl Mra R li. B Ker Vlalling there are 
their aon In law and daugntei, Mr and Mrm J. D Heimrken 
and rhildran. flail and Douglaa Mr David Kei Vaivcouver, 
hai alao been miaymi In Ihe aouth wlih hta parenia. 

a * a 

Hawaii bound on Friday ate Mr arwl Mim Paul Armenm. 
*n)ey plan to return to Viclofia at Ihe tuwl of Febiuary mperid 
Ing a week In 1^ Vega* artd San Francimtt* en route 


Mrs. O. L. Mt’Neil of Calgary la vtmlting her paranta. Mr. 


crorheted of tllk. 


appear bieemy 


and seduciive 

Sulla and daytime akirta are 
plumiwd gently out at the 
hipime by (nUia or gaiherm. 
Skirl* are aet over ■ snwmfh 
bell thaped inietfarSng which 
makea iha hemline oval Iruiead 
of nuind 

H» Ml 1>»-M \ %KV 
llemlirtea vary, fptm )u«i 
ivisering the kneecap to about 
two iiicl'-^ below, ph«<ui 15 
to 17 iwt.ea from the fkkor on 
a *:«i>Mtard ai/o 12 

Belta'huf the wgiai or riba 
ai>d come on everything from 
IWMd muiia to ball dreaaea. 
Body hugfi.ig waiatbarwla are 
aat into many mate, auita. 
Jacket* and dre*«ea 

Fiourrcea ahnw at hamlinea, 
nei'khrtea. arwt yokes on Jacn 
eta 

l>r^ -arwljd)-ket aru] coat 
aiiddr ^ . .....ranaitno* are kn 

pnrtanl Some >arkr'- look 
like bodice# until the* 

ate peeled off 

The capelet and flidiu re 
P-* > the atraight dole for 
apt It t* to ever.:ag, ar*d ti»e stree length 


MIMH. JKMSR) 

Wool lereey la bark for 
roaia and aulia Big lace col 
lara trim dark aiik drec«ea. 
and loi* of embroidery atHl 
lace ahow on day and evening 
rkrihea 


Mr. Ian Douglaa Crawford haa returned to Kdmootrm after 
apending the weekend with hia paienta. Mr and Mra John 
Crawford. Carnarvon Street 


UKOI p MkhTM 

(heater Victoria Celebra- 
Ilona Aaaorlatlon annual gorv- 
eral meeiing takes place ttv 
day at g p m in the City Hall 
CoutKil Chamber 


Mr sn^ ^Mrs. C- Stanley Dunstan. ^von Cdurt. Vanenu 
ver Stteet. entertained at dinner fru Acting .Sub Lieut M 
W D Rocheleau Rt'.N ar>d Mrs Rmheleau who were marned 
recently in Ottawa Other gue*i* were Mr. arnl Mra J. Thorpe. 
Mra. E. Altken. and Ml** Joan Middlemaa 


Hlore NiHirm: • a.m to kJt p nk 


Memhefs and friends will gather at the Royal Victoria 
Yachl Club on Saturday evening for an informal dance 


TRADE-IN 


The Alumni AswN'ieiinn of Si Joseph a School of .Nursing 
entertained at tea in the |otir<kW ^tf the nuise*' home on .Mon 
day afterrwmn for lha JR new studeni nuisea who will start 
tbetr training today. The new atudents. all from BC are 
Mlanea Fremea Bo^n. Painria :’t>i|ingt. Bunnie Cornfield. 
Carol Drgetaon. JuUei Hairia. Judith Lapp arwt Lola Suther- 
land Victoria. Theiesa Btowrve Prince Rupert Aiwtrea Riown, 
F.mma Devlll arwl Duorva tiriawohl. L^yamilh; Elbanor Duo 
ran. Mary Ann. Frketirh. and Maitlvn Ward. Port Alberni 
Chlruko tElienl Hnsnkaws. New V5 estminster . Ooloies Hul«h 
Futford Harbor. Shirley Jacob*. Deep Cove. Fiorenre Kelly 
f*obbie Hill: Di“re MHler fHtver; Vv*ter Novkit. Ferr ' flva 
CHd. Atbernl. Brende tisman and Patricia Renme Couilenay. 
Donna PatTeiwm- iMwsnn Creek. Barbara Thompaon, Comoa. 
ar>d Marilyn I’le Nelson 


JANUARY TRADE-IN EVENT 


T**1 • show 


arr> 

:r- j..i*e ! r-i* ver- 
- s* niunded ar^ m^»»# 
but ?*!ll unfilled Moat 


^ Spartes 


Da Lnxa 
Console 

with 

phobo jbek 

Trine control. 2 
*pcbken. and 
5 • wbtf Hi - 1 
output . . . .T2 
tube ftinrtkmt 
V5'alntit. 
Mahogany or 
Antiim iVbf 

Reg M.aajd 


THE MOIIKKN 
\VAT(H FOR 
TDDAVS 
MODER.XS 


AVTW KRP.BelgIbM 
rM eapeet yrair 

hwsbbbd lb appretibte gund 

eonhlng imlU be « U." 

dielltkM Kfiln^ Martin ad 


naan * pafale Is not fnlly de- 
aebtfted until (bal age. 

".After Ihe age nf A1. ><mi 
mu*i acain walrh y«wir 
nt*le'« pblble." ^»d Mr^ 
Marlin. "A* Ibey graee older, 
meb lend fo revert !• cblMlab 
InMew. unlrw* ibelr tnlereut 
In wtpbiMacoled dt«be* is 
aUmulnled by ifwtre tempting 


s<,.W!-vg a keei ’nieiesi m 
atf^iia of sifie of the prev 
inrY V la a l<oral Council 
of Women yeaierdav rerurn 
mr that the Bi' govern 
hteni begin a Hansard tn re 
coid debates and profwedmga 
of the lefisilaiure for the gen 
eial informaiion of the "po- 
litw-*;:) baffled public 

The suggestion was one of 


U rew- .*cuc at the 

meenng m the PmMIi: Lit.«r) 
and whi^h will he . --vented ai 
the council s annual prov : .. .*1 
meeting Feh U and 12 in 
Victoria 

This paiticuUr rewdullon 
caused some lively debate 
among Ihe aseembl> aa mem 
her* raised the point of the 
terrific coat of such a printed 


WITTNAI KR 


J\M AK\ 9 

«AI.E PRK E 
Trode-ib TV lb wnritlbg 
order , _ . 


!.«** of iMber 
model* !• 
cbiuise rmin' 

fOMh tN 
TOIIAA • 


One r.vember pmn<xi nut 
that If a .iltxeri Is nr; i*-- mail- 
ing Hat iff an Ml.A. be re 
cetxea ptlea of .vrmen p-- 
reedings that eveniuall) go in 
the garbage 

After -t:-*-- ;ha matfik 
was put In the fr; r<f a tew. 
lutiun to go to the g<;.. 


YOU PAY ONLY 

NO MONEY DOWN 

KASIF-ST TERMS 


SUv Sohrr pr Survr! 


G(i n dh i . Metli ods 
Beat the Bottte 


AUTOMATIC WASHERS 

FRIGIDAIRE 1959 ' 


la* j-n ■'■‘*‘t'’g «( 

• nild'-r. who - - iniluded in 
Ihe lsmii> alp»^.r.r~ The 
felt that the las -ikl 
be levied net by sue but by 


Two 'empefalure rhnUws Ihiee ring agitator, 

auiomaiir timer. Raptddry apir.. suda water saver, new 
twwspeed drive. pnrciHatn enamel top WD AB. 

Ft 1.1. rRHlIDAIBK HARRAMV 


IP ; at* exj ‘ 
tSnv) in the 
Derby** set up 
former mayor Trm 
Saturday was ibe 


BOMBAY 'WN-^ Indian 
hmisewivea have proved inat 
the late Mohandaa Gand--- a 
techniqu# of pasaiva reatat 
anre la as effective agsin*! 
the bottle as It was agair.st 
the Bntiah 

The women of ihe village of 
Dhannra Painkar in Centiat 
India haxe put thetr hu«r-; 
on the wagon hy imitating 
Ga.n'?'-| • meihi^* 

Though Dhanofa r-*’ * ;■ Is 
like Ihe real of Fi^-mhav state 
under a ainct prohibition 
I a r luicn dtaiiiiaiion of 
*‘muniry Ikpror'' waa ram 
pant in the vr-^g# 


• ••nawmpijon bf alcbhol 
went up by NO pet cent since 
1954 and the loral Mying 
was *T^re is no sober hue 
hand In Dbarvora Patns-ir 
■ Per duak " Dnnking had be 
come ao chronic that af>--‘> 
lurat pfoductiofi sutfeied s 
per cent drop in *even .:..»/ith* 
fin after bavirtg tried all 
wifely methods to we«n th'ir 
lords away fiom aicnhni ■«<' 
women of the village tesnlwd 
to launch a passive re*i««ance 
rampaign 


AfTtOM I B<.Kt> 

It was also agreod 'hat tho 
brief# submitted by the B(* 
Retarded Children s Asaoria 
lum be examined tnorousb:. 
b> the government to ^:-fg 
at:- jt some #<:■•"'! en the in 
adequate •pa<w and 


4AM ARY ftAl.K PRK F 
Trb4e-lb H oaher . . 


YOU PAY ONLY Oli 

No Money Down 

Iktla o( Other MndeU from Which in Chnmo 


. ^TranaA 

Kitty t'orber fm«b ilw Boy 


rh a* Wuntlerid* 


QUiCKFREZ REFRIGERATOR 


One nighi when the drunken " 
husbands loeied bbck to ihetr ^ 
homes they were politely told 
ibat they would either have to 
go wdlboui dtnnor er cook 
•heir food themaelvea. their 
wiveo wert on strike Mmt 
were Inw tipsy even to try PFl 
When they woke up neat ( 
morning they wore infonned 
bat thetr wives and rtiikUen 
had gene off on a picnw and 
tr*l they wouSd mOI be return j^n- 
•*’g till d"-*: Ihe;, fasted 

lor Ihe whole day That “•.;hl. 
the ‘--*1 aeciet bsr reported a for 
AO per font drop in its 


in . .. p , push button detrosl. 
shelves In the door Regular 


frooocr. cnaper ar>d 


4AM ARY RAI.r. PRICK 

Trmde-lb Refrigerator, ant bier 10 years 
oM. t> working onfer ......... 


YOU PAY ONLY 


OWBRIDGES 


I se<d AppHancea at 
Clearance Prireo 

NO MONEY DOWN 

F.as>. Terms 


All Slftk Mt4«li Hi-Fi 
at Jaavary Salt Friatt 
With lie Tra4t-im! 


ted ’ > ln|*l rvi.'— 

• •*> •' * »j«id she will 

, I daughter a 
■e rnp to RMii*h Columi - 
’«t •ummer if she la Ui gcad 


There t * :«hg oi beoiher tn 
the air as the riana gatM.-i ••• 
Robhte Bums on fua 
Snrxh ^--tbdsy a...,:vriu;> on 
Jsn Here are a few gift 
a-iCfestiona that would please 
arivune. be he Mark^oie or 
Murphy 


S McLennan, McFeely & Prior Ltd 


pisci.. j| r -- in Uie pro- 
«»Ace srvd so far. nothing has 
been done regarding It. 

Thl hat twwn 

submitted In tbe gov.. ..-tent 
on several ocrasions and each 
time mrira detailed info<ma 
lion ha* been refjuesied *P»e 
gr---‘p hope* for attrrea* t>- 
time arwt will )om fnr.'sa with 
the provincial Womens In*ii 
tales to bring home Ihe need 
tor siich an act In this field 
of nursing 

The Ini'S I council will hold 
It* annual meeting and elec 
linn nf o/tif'ers on ?eb i4 and 
25 stHl will send I's 
exerutlve as a four man te*n> 
>0 the pmvtnci*i *nnua| meet 
Inga 


For 72 hours the passive re 
•Istsnce codtinued The whe* 
refused In feed Ibeir 
bands Many of them did r.ot 
even return to their " 'me* 
They *lepi in the courty ard of 
a temp*e wfth thetr rhikirrr. 

On the morning of the 
fourth day IM hu*hsnd« put 
their signature* lo a declara- 
tion which simply said We 
pledge not to louch liquor. 
W> promise to be gnnri 

That night the rrhmiphanf 
wives nf TMianora Patnkai 
gave Iheir submissive tearful 
«pnuBO* the beat feed of Ihotr 
live 

The hamlet s priwpefotj* |1 
Ikii bar had shut dewrn 


I40« CMvenmtrnt Street 


k'oT 111 -:, Uteres a set of 
piciurea of a Highl-tid *‘1 sfi 
Ir- Jeanme and .Jamie 
dtesaed in fi‘U colorful rega 
lla and set in fill and scrolled 
frames 


Biggest and Best 
Selection Ever! 


' HALF-YEARLY 

SHOE SALE 


Kof Ihe ; -“-•ngslei *. Ih^T^s 
• m'— -il - -5t»»e that plays a 
tmkly 'Loch Lomond " This 
furry ra-^l complete with 
Urn and hriar sells for $7 50 


W«BIM*I Stylt SIlBM 

BegvUr tlAM Is 131-BS 

Pa'-t-'se Kittens Ramona Vt 
tahiy, Amalfi and other fa- 
mous makea. 


('nlnrful and llhiaiiaied wiih 
a>enea from ihe glens aie 
aome IBM clan ralendara nn 
sale this month for 50 centi 


Ot Um Dtki 

Famous atvle thoea. 

ftnJM m Ham 


Mor« SIzttS — l«tt«r Styinl 
Currtnt FaYtrItti! — Caian! 


JUST ANNIVED FROM ENGLAND 

KAn.l HIVF. TO THK FIFKHIV E 

NEEDLEWORK 
TAPESTRY KITS 

Of All klnrla 
Ry PENEMIPE* 


A larrge Group of 

GatBai Ikan 

Jr. I re «nd other famous nama 
Regnlar ttUB Wi 

•uja 


And to get into the spun 
Of things, ther' « a glass de 
csnn*T set with motif* of 
lous tartan thisile and 
heather I'amplela woth 
•haker and «ix glassea, the 
set Bella for |B95 


h ingt Ngger arvd better 


ralt-e* than *■ AVide mlm ch- e . quality 
U’ 1 fa. I* makes such aa 'Vitaliiv '* Iw Li*n f' 
r - - -paradite KiMc-- ** ’*Jnyce’ and • Am- *: * 
the *4?!^ion Be here esriv to.^r'-frnw. 


WiBitii't Styla SliBtt 
Regular lltaa la lltAt 

Ramnne Vlialiiy and other 
famous makes 


Rwegfer iBd Akiii Kits Novelty RareBter Kits 
AttrsetKe 4erklB Kifa 

By “Ml NROSPI N” 

Reas tl ful RnHBng Rag* and Tea f aslea of all kinds 
by H. C.RIfTITHB OF I^ONDON 


Jame* Rarke'a "Poem* and 
Rnnga of Rctbble Bums" rom 
pleietv Illustrated kould be a 
Sovbiy giD lo give a clanaman 
The price 


No Kbi kancea. No Rcfiand*. No Dellvortaa, No Ckorgef 


WaaiaB't ttfla Skaai 

A targe grmip of tlmrl lii<c- 
tn VlUllly. Ramono and oiirr-: 
famoii* make* Regular IISM 
lo tlABA 


doFALSE TEETH 

Rock. Slid* or Slip? 


i'nmm In ond gel siorled 
IBM p ro feed today 


Handb«{t 


beeAIve 


BRITISH WOOLENS 

Stt Port Phone R\ SOM 







CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 


FASTER RESULTS 


TELEPHONE 


LOWER COSTS 


U (fulcmttl 


IMUriTOIW 


INSID€ FIR WOOD 

)S »w«t fir Mm«« til i* 

lit mm4» ■» ftmn . H M 

,Ot« • •«*«■ MM 

x>M MM. nitu. cv «*4n» 

Honvyrnoon Boy Fu«l 

KWB OB<r KrinuiM Vi*' itm 
tM. MM «n M«ftr tu IV i-MM. 


SOOKE FIR 
MILLWOOD 


AtTtt'MtK K 
TKIJU*HONJM 
UJt pjm to • iMM. 
CVc«toito« KVB^TU 
Ilporta KV S>70M 
■riUorUJ KV MM* or 
KV MS** 
tuootriniuo >urw 


SANDS 


tUCMl 


Slabs ond Blocks 

2 Vi Cords $12 00 

4 Cords $18 00 


SANDS 


U KL'ILOl.Vti *l m4£i 


jk mk m omm* ic 

SANDS 

r ii w iM -» pviiaut cMAm 


NEW 

HOME. 


I Ti<f 0“* 

I M nouf 0* «oo - 


THOMSON 

FUNERAL CHAPEL 


t Cord . 
2 Cords 


FIR SAWDUST 
3 Units $19.50 

by blower 

3 Units, bulk, $12 00 

FIR SHAVINGS 
3 Units $9.00 


"FOREST" 

CEDAR 

SIDING! 

The 

SMART 

MODEftN 

SIDING! 

That Combines 

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Life Insurance , $1799 

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$750 

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MOTORS 

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NEW, 3 BEDROOMS 


ONLY $9750 


WINTER KATES 

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A SEA-VIEW HOME 
WITH ONLY 
$1600 DOWN 

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MV PARTV. MAY 1 ^ 

OFFSRNOU 

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LA^ VBBi>itCA. I'D UKS MX 
TO M6CT PETER VOPELL . 

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OAKLANDS 




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NO, THANKS 


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-^•cA a'»a ^tat a4- 


$6500 


19 KI.41H AND APABT 
MrVTH TO Br.?<T— 

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BUY 

OF THE MONTH 


A. BERNARD 

« LTO 

Jl r«rl Biraal If a ilH 

ROOM FOR IN-LAWS 


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A GRAND APARTMENT 
FOR 

BUNGALOW 


<ER& STEPHENSON 
LTD. 


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LIMITED 

NEW 


GOOD PROFIT 

IS 

WHAT YOU MAKE 


; * $8750 

M-a *1 t>*n 

Vr 4 fin taa t« 4-M*f 

$2800 DOWN 
$55 PER MONTH 


CARMICHAEL'S 

TRADING DEPT. 


$2750 DOWN 
3 BEDROOMS 
OIL HEAT 


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$8000 


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m fall AlfM fAMiaat 
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$6850 


AUTO COURT 
TRAILER SITE 
PAT BAY HIGHWAY 
SIDNEY AREA 

••••a DOWN 4«fW DD»M 


FAIRFIELD 


FRASER 


WISE INVESTMET4T 
4 SUITES DE LUXE 


l*t IJHTLNGM HAMTEU 


BISCOE 


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FAIRFIELD 
PROPERTIES 
NEEDED NOW 

All Types of Homes 
or\d Revenue Property 
LARGE OR SMALL 
GIVE ME A CALL 


$120,000 

NINE RENTALS 
LH K. ROOMS 


Of PAKIWH* AWrt CVI-HtJ 
Orna H caata»»t taffiac 


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m fwa auaat «a%itaasa r*a t 
Ml mrf aaalk A4o.<^ tV S HN 


CEDAR HILL 


ers?a^’ fvm cRTjfir 

JOHN GREENWOOD 

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NIGHT CLUB 




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$9950 


URGENT 

TWO APARTMENT 
BLOCKS WANTED 


4 SUITES 

orxJ 

EXTRA LOT 


VGali^ 


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COUNTRY estate 


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LANSOOWNE AREA 
NEW SIDE-BY-SIDE 
DUPLEX 


h»isuc2> (-OTr»<*e im 


CITY BROKERAGE 


Reduced to $17,950 


REVENUE 
21% Net 
$12 000 Full Price 


WITH 


117 HAIJA HTl»W4:2S.Mie 
OI KU BA lA BS.NT 


G'ORGE RANDALL 
LIMITED 
am fM>cotAt trttrr 

PMOKB CT « liM 


RITHET 


FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 
CLOSE TO PARK 
AND OCEAN 


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MAKERS 
FOR 1959 


EQUITY TOO BIG? 


CAFE 


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INVEST NOW 

Before Prices Go Up 

4 SUITES 

De Luxe. • Automotic 
Trode - Cosh • Terms 


TTPL'tDAT. JAM' ARY 13 
To4«y‘* Quoiation: *The fntefrity nf men It to be 
meatured by Iheir rontluct. not by their prolMalona.** 

Juniua. 

Tueaday for Everyone. Make headway, partlct^ 
Urly where Mvtnft, rT^'*nrtvfuli$ea4 art enneemad. 
Benefit thrvuch the reaourrea and rontadi of othere. 
Butid on a pract;rai, ak>w hutoure tMuila 

|yMk fnr Yoor Blrtlwlote a»4 BlrtMgii Below. 
March 31 lo April Ifl 


•a*a*t<aaal 


LISTINGS WANTED 


socai ot rt ex wood 

aft Oa rv $-*m 


aAu. Tu MAXI -maxi 


licensed HOTEL 


IM FIArsaod APART 

mp.m^ m a>tfo 

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I Arles > Find a quiet 
Ireat, ponder weighty affairs or hring them to aorno 
mr.clUAioik Aak aaaiatanre If needed 

April 30 to May 20 « Taurus t Benefit from eoiv 
genial ties Better commercial, mrmetary poaltlnn; pnat 
mall 

May 31 lo June 20 tOmlnlP Run your eye over 
today's ads; th#;. may Indlcata smart buys or supply 
commerrial lips 

June Jl to July 72 iCancer* Enjoy your mall or 
a ehange of arena, make headway krtth plana, future 
arrangementr e • 

July 33 to Aug 33 iI>>op Take cor* of some hilla. 
moneun, records,' serure payrfient of debts. Cnltit 
rei^iired J 

Aug 33 >0 S*pt -J •Vtigoi 7tep down and let 
teammate- others tak^ the lead. Play along, don’t 


in HOt ^rA TO BFNT 
Ft HMsHF.I) 


in nunc r.i.i.AMKorm 
TO BFST 


$8100 


PROFIT MAKING 
COFFEE SHOP 


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rv »-Mti 


INVESTMENTS 

STMtjir it/-, s fixMt PI 

srTrr fr-it arr- S'^^ 

$55,000 

COMMEROAaV. 

ZONED 


C.N. Montague 

ro. ITD 

IM Blaatkari ai fan tV 4 till 

YOUR CHOICE 
$1500 DOWN' 

» EOOAia n-:rte Mfca s« iBi*# 

$6700 


GROCERY 


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trie AeAtTKtrrr aux x 

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GREENHOUSE 


UO«rV TO UHt 
a 'ha MS^*HS 


MODERN 

FAIRFIELD 

DUPLEX 


$1600 DOWN 

C P BL TO SSAeiUS--4-.- 
Ult Ul rr E« 
ri»a«aa- IN ••II BA-*.!: 
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$8350 

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id. .i.'iat tyn t-rrvlces of older 


Aie auhject 


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Effect » 


DIFFERENT 


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turn tv 

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iM Bon«n« mil haixiim iiorra fob sale <im Horam rom aalc 


laa BOI ftEA FOB AAIJ: 1M F4B BALB 


F. N. CobelcJu 


northwestern PEMBERTON 'HARRY 

HOLMES, Ltd FOSTER LTD 

<W TmX>IUA l«TD iMMti laH . 


Oak Bay Realty 


P. R. BROWN BYRON PRICE 


NORfHWtSTtftN 

SECURITIES 

or ncTCMUA ltd 


IM BOI KIM ms BALK 


Kv t-nu 


Fronk A. Martin 
Agencies Ltd. 

Ul« ■iilHiN DIMM 

3 Bedrooms 

Fo I r f ia Id* R ichmond 


CADBORO BAY 


or riCTOMA I«TD 

Ml TATM AT WOAO KV IM 0O\’CJUninni7 r 


1951 CONVERTIBLE 


NEW 

3 BEDROOMS 


ESQUIMALT 
NEW DUPLEX 

9my •'tr*diw IM: j «M* • 

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r«M». I MMMM* ObB flMCB 
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KT’r- $15,475 

AArtIMlArB H»M> MU 
• StAAMfi BV 1 $m Dm 

CLOSC-IN LOCATION, 
NOT NEW. BUT GOOD 

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BURNSIDE 
GORGE AREA 


OPEN 
HOU§E! 
2951 Bodega 

■ Tuw—i 

Wednesday 

1 PM to 4 PM 

$1500 CXDWN 


TODAY'S BUY 
"SEA VIEW ' 

PAOunmu m 


ESTATE SALE 


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I Mr Mata. aMAW MMl 

$6300 

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T» vw« ral Mr 

tVlMM MA CV44 

long— LOW 


UNION ROAD 


$7950 


NEW HOMES? 


Lot $1200 
Contfoct $12,300 


$2300 Down 
NHA, 6% 
Close In 


TODAY'S 


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tr rAwii*-*iM DM BMctrt* til- 
tDM «Hii mamum MAM- Aaa 
tVA WrM Mriu IMaU* MlHAtA# 
la* AAvf At 4MbfAra ummamI 


ON DURBAN IN 
FAIRFIELD AREA 

omm M'a aah afe-' 

trwi. a tMEBMil La EM feM- 

AMM •)(il «AMl-AAlmiH» 
•A*hA* MiU ta Vatt taae 
A«aA« AAfAtaM Mala* tami 
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fAM» atta iummaa uav A«aa> 
■ aim AU hat AU tWAACA rMI 


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2-5 AND7-9 
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$6850 


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mo Maaaa (aU Nroi Wamc 
BY hMM AT rw KV AMI 


tat* nrmxan «tiai>rm mi 
aaAAAM* vita LAAOi UVIMO 
aotJW lAa*-a«Ma >«Uifiaw «*a 
LAKoa aairaim. MAiirM «aatAAi 
aitvaAA aat ■ill *a« B Mi*a *aI>- 
lAAlA «lMta| IMIai ATM trflL' 
ITY MOOM or MAIM fUlOM 
S aAAAWMi AM Oft NKAT M« 
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exclusive listing 

:r $10,950 

m*m (Mntna Bv ■-tan 


WMTa ABO OAKLAMni 

Occupy ApftI 1 , 1959 

szoss; 900 

ruu. miei ai;»,Twv 

BBCi-vaivB Lianra 
Oatl Lm WAr«M OB $ ttM Ua 


WATERFRONT 

$18,900 

MM M aAUrtraM M CMMst 


ftlfMNM iiML^ ar Mr BAaaatt 

a»AA Bv t tni 

$550 DOWN 

AW rtM MOAmi I 

H MA rvLL mica 
•Otnt aOMBMION CL BA a 
n>MMTMtTABt.B 4-IIOrm NOMB 
OVB»(4KMBB riDAB HtU. OOLT 
co<)B«a oa B A M o • amp 
NBATBM MC 1.UOBD 
BKC1.UB1VB WtTM MM- CUUMT 
av )-mi w BV I MBA 


UNIVERSITY 

AREA 


EXCLUSIVE 
2 Bedrms Stucco 
Bosement Suite 


OAK BAY 
$1500 DOWN 


IMat ipaA fht tariMM* Thu 
la* kauw tA« mi caMtartm 

Ut auh rr 1 Br AtAnm 'A« 
kiwhm AAA 'tAar* 

Mt* mt rm » kmr 4 *w*f* Om 
mm <M>I>>Mau* haai Ba 
■ittrr* ••lAttw aita PuAM r 
A rmAHAhh haw* w< «a A an 
MiMwaaM lal TamtiA vAtw 


CADBORO BAY 


READ THIS* 
BUILD NHA! 
WHY? 


CONTRACTORS" 
LAND DEVELOPERS' 


nVB ACHBB or CLBAM0 
UAMD •aiTAbu Mr AabWrM- 
Ini MM AMhiAMi* MA Maa 
M ta* uwA w aiaa raw 


BLENKINSOP RD. 
A LOVELY HOME 
UNUSUAL SETTING 


pt MAMV r taai Totm urr is 

AU. TOO M»«»* 

B ODAMAMTBBP TPT MOAUTT 
WOBKMONUttP 


BEAUTIFUL UPLANDS 


NOME 


ESQUIMALT 


4 Do port ot tha work 
yoursalf 

• I T B A B 


UPLANDS CLASSIC 


BEACH DRIVE 
DELIGHTFUL HOME 
PLUS REVENUE 

OwrtaaAiai ViUaa* Pa/A 


1 ACRE 
$1300 DOWN 

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a wrfwi ■aiuaA Iw tM* 
A4(tA«tiVA haaialaa aiih 


DMcorornorAi 

bOAMAMTBK 

• r o L L AW M A Mo awrtB or 

TOOM BKA loam MAOB ST 

DM 

7 . ContTOCt pocai^ Tha 
moat aconomicol to 
town for QUALITY 
work 

8 Numarous plons ovoil* 
obla 


AS LOW AS 

$400 CASH 

No Gimmicks 


MT. TOLMIE 
3 BEDROOMS 


$6300 


BRAND NEW 
SPLIT LEVEL 
3 BEDROOMS 


CITY 

OIL-O-MATIC 
$1500 DOWN 


JUST LISTED' 
$2500 DOWN 
3-BRS SPACE FOR 4TH 


$7500 


$ $ $ VALUE 


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hmat •»• hAW WMt mm* UB bi 
Aar warn wiuftw htm# Ava*r*' 

Informotion and 
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Abcolutaly Fraa' 

nww ean Ua ••*!)• OB T 1H« 

1^ MA-.IUI ofta-Maa o<iu« 


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STUCCO BOX 


FAMILY HOME 


SNAP 

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rvu. BAMCwrvT 
LOM TAXBB 
VAST TTMMa 
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«« _ $5000 

rraw BhAw B t Bua bv ».Mia 
Bw BVt-aiM 


HIGH-TREES 


NEW 2 BR 
ONLY $6900 


$7500 


^v'a^:ntT' 


CTwm. $13,50( 

Cao mw B**Aa*« av t-im. 


762 GLADIOLA 
3 BEDROOMS 
$1500 DOWN 
Full Prica Only $6700 

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TMCK a AMD Urt TAXKA riT 

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a ih >1 -m rrr rr n at kx 

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OUTSTANDING VALUE 
LAKE HILL 

am M Aa At’rMttm na*tM baa- 
tmlrnm vtW m« •paPaa* mmr 


GORDON HEAD 
"A Home 
That's Different" 


OAK BAY SOUTH 

2 Badroc>mi 


AMONG the oaks 
VIEW OF THE SEA 


RANDALLS' 

LIMITED 

FAIRFIELD 
4 BEDROOMS 


$1977 DOWN 
NEW NHA 

THREE BEDROOMS 


ESQUIMALT 

Neor Gorge Pork 
$13,750 Full Price 


"DO YOU WANT IT 
NEW>" 


(irmuta* • tAr«A ;i*»e 
Mrw fWUbat >atA*>*r 


EARLY POSSESSION 

twaMmiAU Warm tbaWwa 


$2700 DOWN 
HIGH QUADRA AREA 
OIL H W HEAT 

iMiattn M*A*MAm ta tau br«aa 


$7500 


HEISTERMAN 


ESQUIAAALT 
• SECLUDED 
BUNGALOW 
SIO.BOO 


TATTERSALL 

ADP A 

$3500 DOWN 


MEARS & WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD 

ItM OAK BAV Avartrt 


TEN MIU POINT 
LOVELY SEA VIEWS 


B.C LAND 

& Irrvattmenl A^arKy 

Ltd 

Ow MB Tm ai Mm) K*tAW 

LANSOOWNE PARK 
CARDIFF PLACE 
NEW 3-BR. BASE 
$5150 DOWN' NHA 

Tar« am *> wvtb hM M B«iMiP 


"BEAUTIFUL 
TWO-TONE STUCCO 
ROYAL OAK" 


mm ba»' 

tiraiMM. 


TOWN & 
COUNTRY 
HOMES LTD 

1923 Quodro St. 


I WaSKB ocn AMP OWMBB 
TMAhtrBHHKO TP OTTAWA 


SEA VIEWS 
UNSURPASSED 

Htgh Location. Naor 
BaocH 


Ker 

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Stephenson 

L*a 

ARTISTIC 
BUNGALOW 
OAK BAY 




LCX3KING 
FORWARD TO 
SPRING 


SEA VIEW 


CAfBUt 


CITY BORDER 

$2540 DOWN 


FAI^ELD' 

SIDE BY-SIDE DUPLEX 


BOORMAN 
INVESTMENT CO. 
LTD. 


PRICES ARE RISING 
BUY NOW 

Thu haaM M« ah4a* ammi 


aCt now 


DOUBLE PLUMBING 
PRICE REDUCED 
I BEACH DRIVE 


CV>TU4 


nuӣ:.v $17,950 

PlMOT AW r*r Mr am* mt Mr 
tWif av * 4UA. Aattma 

sanoowne road 

3 BR, OIL HW 
IMMACULATE" 


MT TOLMIE 

TREED SETTING 
vr Tix*ii oan riMWi 

ttM« veXT WBBK «N 


WESTERN 


CEDAR HILL 
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M*a«a Uviae^rM 
mint ram BPII 
*AM u«chm BW 
OCHmtJ OABAOB 

QUICK rnssBaaii 


$950 DOWN 
COLWOOD 
$60 A MONTH 


A BETTER BUY 
3 BEDROOMS 


must S£U' 


GONZALES AREA 

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m AM Mwai <hii* ■ •••v-M 


I b M tam*. Imtm ai<r*)m 
tmmt ram. Mr** h«uw 
rm«. tan ba* piwii aar^n 
I kiATt Cma MMU tram- 
aartauaa aaS t**m •! *■* 

h -- $8500 

cau BAcwa bwbbbu.^ 

BV l-BTAl ar B* l-itW 


B*a )a*i em>i*t«B m*» w. 
atr« ram atth A4a<a« atm 

•AAfAM rtoira blUftm thfa baU. 
•arM aMram* >*«*i9 aat Paar* 
«ft*amd*»t riwAiiAi bath tan 
A»im*ai rawa— ram aMB fl*a 
flAM #ti*a-la raraa* Oa wm* 


$6950 


WHITTOME'S 

BWahUmaA IMB 

OAK BAY 

5-ROOM BUNG 


ATTRACTIVE 

5-ROOM 

BUNGALOW 

DEAN HEIGHTS 


BUILD NHA 
$550 DOWN 


stucco bungalow 


Side-By-Side 

DUPLEX 


SNUG AND WARM 


CEDAR HILL 
5 BEDROOMS 


$8650 


umh'.A 


vnth taatf Wn a > KWra M a«i- 
tMaiM fan* laamaM ■at m* 
pmnhmm* aua K «*alrM Th» 
•*aa*r>« «aa( h» *Aaa t« tm •». 
mrtatM Arraaa* M *v« hr rail- 
W C ■uaNa. BV|.iaM ar D 
teaair* rr b-MBl ar affwa fhaa* 
BV »wn* 

3 Bedrooms 

CUSTOM HOME 

Th* W»Ar« alraa Mar* a* ihB a* 
NiM hm* «tu auiahl ihA aMU 
eH'tiBi-aAMaa b«m r*Aia*Bw a 
ttAlT n u«tac-4iatM braa 
amUiM aa4 batH-ia rabmi 
Thra han raa ta unktAc mAinri 
bi w Ma »ith larr* «waa «aara 
TVa larta iVHt ua* %*<*■■■■ ahu 
am maDvr *aa $-«•* hAt>f»a«a 
■atarai fL*tar*« am mart vAaitv 


MVA4>ti m'rtar 

TEN MILE POINT 

th«* a*.alr^ numAlm ba* t^/At*- 
W* 'hr ti r<m*iM -a 

rnwrai •Mar *H>ac at«4 «• aaa- 
•'*4 -m a ‘taM 1.4 Tha ia»4*^ 
rHaa w #Arr”»ai aw* 

I* •• aa imrmmiaf « M " - «. 
I‘m4«l* <4 *fi<>ma hall )a>ta 


xxm *^: r:k 

$7530 


BRAND NEW 
. NHA 
$2998 90 Down 
$2998 90 


NEAR MOUNT VIEW 
HIGH 


IMMACULATE 


'VICTORIA WEST 


$12,600 

rvaa Viamaa Thantar 

tv iiw *.»« >:m b-iwa 

OIL-O-MATIC" 
"1800 DOWN" 

"4'/2% 

MORTGAGE" 

kh «.uM aem t*W « «B Mar 
a a aMtam af flam u a 
r *air 4aa1 ihaa< 4a>i W*H 


FAIRFIELD 

REALTY 


BV 44)lh amt aw 

LOW DOWN PAYT 
3 BEDROOMS 

BawaiM CBIar tMi B.M Mnw. 
a*ar ■■*• tan att**r«i«a |-»aaft 
m il iw ■■■aim <a«h mtar 
■aWaa maara aimm LARt.lt 
nutmetro** MVUW *mai Milk 
rr wr« rahMX *4ari m baraaa 


aanial Mam**. aUh a«ta- 
aMiw aB (antaca *•* P«- 
raM mW aa4 a ra*l tuaa 

5T..K. $7500 

fhm* mm HrStUTBCY 
at BV iwoa m BV bW14t 


$2000 DN 
3-4 BEDROOMS 
4 YRS OLD 


DUPLEX 

804-806 Hillside 

On** h» tl wtlataataa eaaiarl 

■r a«a*t nwt i ■■ ■« •aatain 

rant far $M 4 raeau haa n - 
Mair* *a«u tnr MB Barh MMe haa 
H* mmm haatma a*>i aH tha 


FANTASTIC! 


DICKIE & CO 

REALTY & INSURANCE 

«ai fhn m bt 1-4111. bt 1 4 IM 

GOING EAST 

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CPWVBHIWCB 


KXntItRVr VAU-K Mnelml .* 
taaUrara arati « (ha .ii# B m a, 
rava* aM *r4«m nm W Mb* 
tarn* LB anMi rr I a*Mr aa m 
laam Bmr **h m*f»B gmm a y 
la m* *a Mm iMi m .ru rxB lamw 


"ARMY, NAVY OR 
INVESTORS" 


Brown Bros. 

AGENCIES LIMITED 

im BtABBBABD snuif 
KBiflint itrAi. erra-nr bgboo 
mwBm BtrvnvtB 

uartBo Mnurati 

WATERFRONT 

UNOBSTRUCTED 

VIEWS 

6 SPACIOUS ROOMS 

Thw W a mi-hMtt haaw «Hh a 
aarr W****** ama**ha*a 
tliM ns tnil. * haa r aa«M IbaU 


$9800 


rail »4r C B V Ma«al 
KV 44 m mtUhi 

THE B C LAND 

B t W TBBTkiKirr AOBMCX 


$5750 


4-BEDROOM 


$9500 


Mara* a Wrra 
w«h RBVKMI'K 


$4700 


SHELBOURNE 
NEW 5 ROOMS 


WHO EVER 
HEARD 


wrta ttauw raaw ash 
mad* laaat* bHahm 
mm bartraa* Maar at 
ara ar»»IA»a «uh vaM- 


$5500 


MODERN 
RANCHER 
WITH ACRES 
ON SHELBOURNE 

Thu tm* l.«M *a tm ranch! 


$16,700 

1 Tir jT^T_ 1 1 Mama, BV 4Mr$ 

$ 12 , 200 ! SPLIT-LEVEL 


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IBO BOOM TKBOUOB BA14. 8 
LAKni BBnibOOMB LOVBLT 
CC>MTBMTOKART KITimi FX- 

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BASBMB*a AOTO OIL KBAT 
PBIVe PI OAKAUB BBS 4T 
DO04b--TLaBB IV BtON LOCA- 
TTOB WITH rvOOO VIBW ilOOO 
TBBMS AVAtUABLB KXrwiBVT 
t-wrow u Tioii mw ca«b 

• $10,900 

rtKAKB CALL Bi CA W TW1 IIO IIT, 
AT BV 4-rT4I AVmwt 
' VOBTinrWXBRM BWT'.'IUTIBB 
1 or VWTOKIA LTD 


$1000 CASH 


ESQUIMALT--5 RMS bT* 

rrooro. PnmM raaf haa*? *** 
Htf .w.*M fa* Araat aM aMBar' , <*• 

fall *«r*a high aa*aaiani raW‘ 
iwnaM D»ia*-Mi <ai*«* >baea 
taiH> klaitf mttm aMrani** fa« 

4 am IM BartaHM >> Bn'*b 
lirvataea i>> Oranw ram 'At 
eabinn ui*h*a *(iM far raae* 

•M u*ia *aaa<h tar raaa*>9 The 


$8950 


KER & STEPHENSON 
LTD 

ttowhar WalitVM UMIm Baraaa 
mm OOVHUiWBMT BTBtrr 

ML MM la tha Da«a farami aa 

tht* am 1 SB alih lutMOl Uk 
a^M 4(aitka araa etl AtillAC- 
TtVB tiu-Bav r»U Baarn.a* 


amarav* »arau ran he aitantaa 

E* $19,500 

Cr »a BV4 «nt raa m MBA 

GLANEORD 
2 YEARS OLD 

A Blaa k-biiniia hme 
fam •MM IT fhB Mauawni a >a 
MM m* haa( Detaa-lB aaM«* 
tmm nm Down Mm ia« 

ma. $9950 

Ob« Maarea BV ••BTIIj 
Ba*. BTA 4M1 


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F at* tith larMa aM IN 

ttrptMO mJWT Of TMB 
Afn.lA’iCW VBBntP TO 
BBT Of MOt>B8KBBrU)U 

z u:; $5950 

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ih* rear that rm rinat)* aai 
■H ar tha rvi B.UU aa 

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a baak ■ m ail * far ih* 
'i«a«)*r« ^M*a •IM 


Esquimolt, $1500 Down 

Tfhiat** «-r«maa >-»atbrmM *K i ' 

■M rvr,-*n- •*•! ... - • ry~ 77*. , J 

ram )lt>4 kibrhm Itatt, haairr ,7 ! , *? . *? 
9*4 mmmrn bathrmn Mala Dm ^ ;Tl 

lt*HW rnm ViM uunaa Haiti ITU 1 
bMtraav tSalS I.Bim baunvaa * ^ 

n* ran*a •«* ...i -rmt'i'iw haai-r • "• 

iBBiaBat Bapara** tar*** tM . _ 

Mtlia La*a.*ati *m)m -a M Lal f. " 
mm hare aa ^*r aa tMa ma AWt 
Pum BV t-mi ar BV >-IM4 
Nattbvaamt a* muat tt Bi'rarM Mmbnr W* 
UB, 111 Taiaa Bh ' ■ 


FAMILY HOME 

4 BEDROOMS 


$8950 


$7500 

hu M mmmm 

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lu iioi'^rs ro* ^aiji 


m FOR RAi^ IS# nof'^rR for rale 

Soanich Realty 


ttt WA5rrE9 TO ftIJT 

aoL'su 

WANTED 

U«G€NTLY 


Mdplewood Ditfrict 


SWINERTONS 


CLARKE 


U ingti 


ATTENTION 


WALLACE 


BUILDERS 


SI500 DOWN 

Cm* )*-|*^ IMM •(>» 

mm ••/■*• mm* 

•t'.au* M ]>, MTM M 

■Mll ?» Ml * IW | m MMivM* «M>M- 

$6995 

Mr IMIMM. ■Vl-flll. 

4 RM STUCCO 
QUICK POSSESSION 

•» Mir* y«« mm tkt* **mi*m I fT- 
M ••Il'MMMM «H* Mil 

M41 Lmwmn Lft M* *4> im •** 


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Th« T«rmi Aim Right 

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— ^T*»*<Mlll (uitf 

f H »l I hM 
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MWIMU* •*•« * feMMlt- 

l<W. fP arvtt. 

rin «M <iahit »r** 

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•Mr a*. «-M n Mr** WU- 

%ii*M*«i « 1 1 fe • 

r«M»iji *11— t M — 

*r-i» Ml «M hMt Wtr*4 

f*r •Mh»T 4rw 

Ta **trau«>« uu* hmmm r— m*«« 

$16,950 

N«AS VNTA KBOtm 

MODERN STUCCO 


SEA AND 
MOUNTAIN VIEW 


SECLUSION . 
5Vi% EASY PMT5 


$5000 


VIEW LOT— CLOSE IN 

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IM* UM tM M«W *MM Mu ^ 

M— *w» *( 

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M«IMH P W I>Hu m . CAA 

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WANTED 
2VS TO 5 ACRES 

witfc I M i M ir u M Mm* a* 
Ma IM IM umm ^imm maJUII 
••nacoa m MMib«r«ura aarMr 
•“a *1 »uMm u« 


I RIO Dt: JANEIRO. BruJi 
. (API- Thlfty tla parsons war* 
klUad whan a Waat Carman 
'airlinar crashad and bumad 
{ Sunday as It cam* In to land In 
^ haavy ram at Galaao Intama- 
|tlonal Airport 


TJS $12,600 

wsrM** av s>ar*« sv «— as 

6-ROOM HOME 


DALBY&CO 


$8400 


latarratteg 


POSSESSION NOT 


TRIPLEX 


STADACONA DUPLEX 


the onl> survivors. 

Among tha daad war* tha 
pllol. Capi. Wran McMsins, 
48. of StamRmi Conn., and 
34yaar-eJd Countaas MarU 
Oana KoltuUnaky of Vlanna. 

Count Jaroakv Kottulinsky 
diad wtth hit wlla Tha coupla 
war* on a combtnad business 
snd plassur* trip lo Bra/U, 
wfiar* ha has t«aJ astat* In 
tarasis. 

Tha fourwnginad SuparOm 
stallation of ih* Lufthanaa alr- 
Una was an rout* lo Rio from 
Europa and Africa. A wing 
tip struck tha mud of tha 
msrth St tha adga of Guana- 
bara Bay as tha pUot triad to 
Una up with a runway. 


McCANDLESS realty 

■M roar phoob bv mui 
SI 800 — $1600 DOWN 
Modarn Fomily Horn# 
TuajcB ua rut a acunuoMa 


$9950 


••I Mb La «.is rv um tu 
«tia «M ruf* «tiinr mi i m* 
r«*. J-sc« — IK Us*>Mr» ««a*. 
La aa, kit «•« totk r«u b—iL 

•Ml **n— • MM* M«U 

r«—vt M*htSM • lAto 4 >w«ti 


K« Or i» lar*** Air* Mc1«4m 
(M i«r Ls*»U «n4 (arda* 

M* at IMM* OvMf jMniiM 

s;:rr?' $io,mo 

tWiMtva Laua* 

C«0 Jaa a**art*M SV I ut? M 

oai-4kis oainii rvs-nu 
ttLAHO NOMia LTM 
nik Dm*im mmm 


ESTATE SALE 
COUNTRY, MODERN 

JIVruM TMK MASkt.T 


Quality 


carane scav*iew um r* 

Idmr OmSmi H—a N M A. «|k 
«*S BMi MS Mtli BM 
MSS evat SV9MB2 BM« 


2 NAVAL MEN 


iam *0vart 

imf*» m • 

•.*«« S' a* 

TWI.If PATHf^T 

-Ml araW 


$9650 


tUpraalkf 


3 BEDROOMS 

pTMM iar satck **M «ki« r*sl>*l 

rm« ta kii ksik 

MiU^: Ta.iu •’ 

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]^(HX) in Montreal March Against CBC 


I .S. Fare 
First Rale 


Crowds See 
Old Masters 


i4>5iuo»i <c'P) — riv* 
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taim. 

KUp Ml^y* a»M«4 af "My 
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MONTREAL 4UPI) — Nearly 1,000 union em- 
(lloyees of the Canadian BroadcattiriK Coqioration. 
ftaged a proteat march through tkmtitnwn Montreal 
and 1.^0 rlertcai workcre ivbeUed aKatnst unkm 
ordara to return to work yesterday In a show of labor 
supfKMl for 74 itrikiM television producers. 

Tha union arllvliy foOowed >> 
ie)enion by tha (*BC of the aphi union mrmbem laai niaht 
latest union ‘offers to end the wt>en Raphael Oareau Issued a 


Thr (]ourtnM>m Parade 


VlsHuni inafUHied (he CKD through b) Momriefl WtUtam- 
ono eshiMtion of OM Masters iMn, asAtstant curator 
JA the Greater Victoria Art At least 10 groups of 
Gallery at the rale of 270 an school children have tnapectcd 
hour Hunday the exhibition of Dutch. 


Justice Done 


total of 7he exhlbuion wUl he on dia 


gatlery waa open 
till vtslleni tnapr<ied (he pla> until Jan 31. 
paintings. Yaalerday after The display of paintings 
noon, three groups of school was arranged by the Greater 
eblldren were conducted Victoria Teachers* Aisocts- 

iloa 


PsrBClers shouting "Down 
with the cal'** and handing, 
out invtiationa to the publir to 
turn off TV aeti and join the 
nuiiTti “to aee the show.** 
inarched through the heart of 
the shopping dtetrict, tying up 
traffic and dlaruptlng bus aerv 
ices. 

The marrhers aaaenthied in 
front of the l*Br building to 
continue the display of 
strength. Kxtra policemen 
broke uplfte demonairaiion In 
front of a theatre. No «me was 
arrested. 

The noisy demonatrallon of 
unkm strength, however, failed 
to atop 40 members of the Aa 
aoriatlon of Radki and Tele- 
_ _ visloa Employees of t'anada 

Reiun of Tacoma with crossing |he prodtHwrs 

soprano MlUa Andrew of Van- picket line* in what appearsd 
couver taking second place, to be the first major break of 


order to rally the ARTGT 
members who refuse m noao 
the picket Uneo.** 


STANLEY MARTIN 
. . Seattle comprllllon 


witn a suspenoea aenienre in •'if* loarnry kHa Night.' 

Estiulmalt polka court vostar the vehicle 

d-> Wh«, *.|MH..IVl p<— O. ““ ~~ 

^ When checked was not hia own, — 

Ikm agreed that the rircum and that he had gone only r.Mja> — iv*« i.rra 
stances of the case were shout s half block and had not 'liar's TMapt!! 

more unfortunate than blame •’'wlked iherr was no su«'h 

worthy. ^ tKfllM 

Defence counsel Monty >ms iM 

fVrry R. inbberd. of i13 Drake suggested a suspended ^ PVHEf 
Avskm. admitted vkdaimg a sentence might serve )usttre 
restriction on his driver's and prooecuior W R. .McIntyre SSStS S 

ik<ence -drtving a vehicle lack- agre^ tai «*i mim 


fn *Hrl* .4ufiitUtn» 


\KTQKIA1 ORMilNAL 
KtMlI AND C Hir HHOP 
MNt ■ 1011 

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liJlllMlte C^OpIo 

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York tor furtlier otudy 


The adjudkalor was John 
Guirruui. assistant to "Met" 
managet Rudolph Bmg 
rhree Vancouver alngeni, 
Eva Beames Don Garrod and 
Josef BaJIart also won Guild 
ptixea. 


Royal Tour Film 
Wins Top Rating 


USED CAR? 
MORRISON 


A Sd-minute color docuinen 
tary of PrlncMs Margaret's 
lour of the province Mat yeor. 
filmed by the department of 
rerreolioa and i'onservation. 


THE BENT PUTI RE OF iSM 


Government ofttctala and 
cabinet rntniaters on Friday 
oaw the film, eninled "f*Tln 

1( woo mads by the recreo 
Him department's photogra 
phir branch for the provincial 
aerretary'a deparWitenl. 

The nim wlO be made avail 
able le the public ihrobgh 
community groups. 


For Ginlest 


between various naval director- 
ales and arientlflr agencies in 
Canada, among them the de- 
fence reasarr h board 
He la a L'B(" graduate In elec- 
(rkwl engineering, and has a 
master’s degree in phyairs 
from (he ume univeraliy. He 
was horn In Vancouver He sue- 
oeecbi Dr W W. Cameron who 


Victoria students Who shirte 
hi maihemaiics have a chance 
to compete with the beat 
malha atudents throughout 
Bfitiah (Wlumhia March S in 
an ellmlnatkifi round for an 
annual tntemalional ronlest 
Ooae to 1.000 students may 
compete In the B.C. rooteoi. to 
be held March 3. Invtiaiions to 
47 achoeda last yeor drew 444 
conlcotanis This year mvlla 
tlona have been aeni to IB 
achoola. 

Victoria High School won 
He has been at Work Point the BC conimt in IM2 The 
for the past year. aPer return- cornpetmon la sponmred hy 
Ing from Germany, where he the Mathematical Asooriation 
served two yeora with the 1st of Amervw and the Society of 
Battalion. Actuaries. 


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No. 26— lOUl VEAR 


22 PAGES 


VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1959 


G aider in Struggle 
For Men ’s Minds 


TORONTO (UPI)-Canada should lead the 
United Slates and an free nations in 
out a ’’declaration of freedocn'i creed*' as a 
guide in the world struggle for men's hearts 
and minds. Prime Minister Diefenbaker said 
last night. 

Tht prim* mifiMvf rpok* tt 
Tpronl* UnivfoMy. wher* h« 

WM g h>r i i •!! honorary dfrrr 
of doctor or law*. 

Mr. DiofonboktT polnlod out 
ihoi motrriol oaoMonco to 
ondw dtoolopod orooo woo Ul- 
porlOLfil. Mit Ihol M Mo vioM 
to AoWi ho hod ■ o aood o cor* 


ft or bo m to tho hotiW (or 
Mooloftoo* 

Tho prfmo mimoirr “wo 
convlnc^ thof rhouM (hr Woot 
prove tU rvoniiiol ooporkNity 
ta the rorr of ortonUlk o4- 
vonco. the rptrttuol ttunffs 
eoiMMiito tho dorMvo oto> 
mroU.** 

He ookod "How owny of 


All amles now, 13*ycsr^>M Donold 
Fltzpotrick, rfcovering in SI. Jooeph'i 
HoMdtal from Ibo Irsfnc accsdmt that 
killed his hone, te visited by Wes God* 
dard. preMdent of the Cohrood Trail 
Ridtrt. and shown what the club’s 


cheque will look like that will enable 
hbn to buy a new hone. The boy 
was ao saddened by the loas of his 
faHhful mount that the dub ptens 
to hold a dance next month to ralae 
S130.~(Ryan't Studio pholo.l 


He mM *The ioornn aewnr He OMwofoO *nvr (oH free* 
rieor that motertoJ oM slone Oom. hot that to net eneugh. 
wUl sot convince the oocem- 1 We need to unOertlontf It end 
milted notleno of our slnrortty | mtictalfic Commonioni lo not 
nor wla their sUeflonce lo enough " 

Dignity^ Tolerance 

Mr. Dtefonboker’i pton woo- > lo thooe who will >otn In lie«- 
*n>iert lo no better woy lo es dom end lor freedom In the 


Police Find Kidnapi 


Anastas Mlkoyan taama with Jerry Leaia 


meet together eschonge td e oe. 


Jokes with Brando, Lewis 


Mikoyan Meets 
Starsy Students 


NirW YORK fAPl' A boby 


piisl boeWnette on the nlghl of 
Jon } was restored Mondoy 
lo her loorfuL happy mother. 

A vague, dtolraught woman 
who hetaell had borne eight 
chttdrm t^ps heM as the kid- H 
nepper. ■ 

The slleged abductor of baby 
Usa Roae Chlonchlo was 43- ^R 
yearold Mrs Jean lavarono. 
who IS to appear tn Brooklyn 
lelony court todoy. She lo H 

charted with knlnapplng. pun- H 

lahaMe toi New Yorit Pale by V 
i moMiiKMi of 30 yeen M k(e pr 
In prison. 

TO rmaumm man 

pottco mM Mrs tavarone 
wanted a newborn child to 
pasa oft os her own ta put a 
presaure on on uiildenllfled 
boy friend tmo marrying her. N 
Dfvorre and dMth hod shot 4 

lered her two previous mor- 
nagea and scaitoTod her aeven 
livtng children, the yoongeM 
three yeova oW 

-n feeti wonderful lo hovo k 
her In my anus." aoM Uos | 
fiaoe’s mother. Mrs. fronce* 
Odonrhlo. M. os Mie cradled 
the baby In her srmo 'P*# tw w 
union look pMco In SI PeWr s ^ 
Hospital m Brooklyn, where 
tho child hod dNoppeored 3*« 
hours after Its Mrth. 

WBU, CARKD FOB 

As the mother's tears damp 
aned the child's faro. Lisa 
Rnoe slept serenely The baby 
appeared lo have been well 

she h 

A telephone lip led poHce py 
tn Mrs. lov a rone * neat but ^ 
humble apartment where she 
lived alone only H Mocks 
from m. Peter's HoMthal. 

'There, asleep In an old , 

fashlonad wicker crib, was 
Uoo Rooa, sale and healthy ^ , I 

When Mrs. Isvsrone was . g. 


LOS ANGELES (AP1~ 
Ruosio's AnosCBs 1. Mikoyan 
got into the movies 
Monday. 

The Soviet first deputy pre- 
mier dropped In at Paramount 
giudloo where be talkod and 
}okod with Morion Brando, and 
then starred in a brief film 
sequence with Jerry L^wts and 
Nina Merrill 

HIGH POINT Oe DAY 

The movie set vtsH wss the 
high point of s day long tour 
of Loo AngejM which siaried 
with a trip around the campus 
of the University of Calllomla 
at Lea Angeles — Mikoyan's 
first look at an American uni 
versity 

As he walked onto Ihe film 
•el. he shook hands wtih Lewis. 
Then he embraced the shapely 
Mlsa MerrllL 

Bcrm w>:rriON 

'Tthe got a much better re- 
ception Ihan I dM." Lewis com- 
plained 

"That's because 1 have more 
experience with women." 
Mikoyan mid 

At UCLA Mikoyan gol a 
warm reception 

im DBNTH KN\I»4> 

‘t envy those who can study 
and «ot.” he loM students. 

"I had no opportunity lo at- 
tend c olis g s. 1 am a gradual# 
of the achool of life and revo- 
lution' 

Polnling to his son. Berge, 
who acromponled hint. Ihe 
Soviet ftrai deputy premier 
said. 

MBAHrB THAN I 

"He was more fortanate He 
graduated from college But It 
was not the university of revo- 
lution. I consldef him weaker 
than I." 

Serge said nothing 
Mikoyan expounded on Com- 
munist economics to Ihe gradu 
ate students. In reply ta ■ 
.queatlon on Red China's com 
I munea. he mid Russia once 
I tried them and they didn't 
I wark 

'iNCBNTIVK NRSHBD 

"We came to the conclusion 
they dtd not fufu*tion well with- 
out malertal incenttve." he saM. 

their way to the roof of the i^^DON iReulerst A » songs- and the Russian Km ■Communist t hins has sloe 

House of Repreaentatlvoo. ***" year-old former milk tester hasay In London has offered to recogniaed the need for 

where they hauled down the TAX INf'KNTIVrH rtolms he ran sing the help. moleriol Incentive 

UJL fUg and raised Ihe Jolly This warning comes Jusi m world's lowest note may go I# His music teacher. Scheer Mikoyan toM Ihe seminar 
Rngor. • sharp debato la developtng Ruasla to find sullaMe songs, pleeth. said Monday he be tn • *'■)' f*te Chineae 

The mol-rtimben took tho Hi Cong rs as over wholher the Tom King of Portsmoutk Uevoa there are some oharure communes eoch of which em- 

atara and atrlpea as a aouvonlr. UA. governmeot should offer claims he can sing "rlghi off Russian songs with the tow braces several tens of thou 

Later, when the boss were tax Inrenttvea la encourage the bott<Nn of the piano" an enough notes Hf suit hts pupil sonda of people In a aemi- 


What Can Canada Do? 


Mr. Diefenbaker iheo raised There was a need for Ihe 
the queallon "What can Coo- ootabUMiment of choira of 
ado dor* study of Asian history and 

He said that Canada auoi affairs and of C ommowwoolth 
he 0 world power In the things relotlonehlps In Canndo. and 
•r the spirit as well os In her agreed thoi the bool eourae ui 
moleriol poieniiol rsoou r eea. North America an the Com 
She Is roaperiod because she monwealih was given .In a 
does not artsk lo expand, but eouthern universHy in the 
because of iis ge^raphiral United .States 
p osi t lan betwaan the UA. and The prune muuster quoted 
Rueoia aha must hovo a worM eronomleit who have pre- 
ouUook dirled s CanodMn population 

Mr. Dtefenboker mM: "Can- of laooOAOO by ITTf and said 
ada hoa a meoaoge for man- by then "L'anods wlU be In- 
kind." t e rp re te r and mtenrwdiary 

He arknowledgod Ihe UA. betwee n the gfeal powers" 
had aa eu m ed world-wide ra- Mr Diefenbaker concluded: 
sponolbitttlea and H araa T'on* "We wUJ then be • leading 
ads's |oh to Inierpret the U-A power of the West snd Can- 
In a way that no other na ada must be prepared for her 
tlon con lo Asio and Afrlco." larger rote in the Inter- 
Mr. Diefenbaker ooM: natlaoaJ sphere'* 


%AN<YN*\'XH — Yrooo- 
faaada Air Lhsm wtH bolM 
o M .dOMdd JM-ngo mo mis 

trrasilsoal Airport la hoom 
atl-nwbbM riert. 


Full Liquor Rights 
Promised Indians 
iPmgf 21 


UEOrOIJIVItXC. HeMten 


t>ON ANGHLBII • Aow 

os MlhoyMi ^4 “ — 


(^odfro Firing Squads 

Execute 71 Uii6«nd 

(PtcF in 


( nionj Oulgrotring 
EmrUional Appeals 
(Pkgd 121 


Joyful pprpnti frt txby btek. 


Angry TF W orkers 
Tie I p Montreal 
(Page 221 


Ymiac Piralm Makr Swilrh 


Sincp Bollom of Piano 


Jol/y Roger Flies 
Over U.S. Capitol 


Reds Help Basso 
To Find Low Note 


Mlhoynn 


acoMoMUig oa tho oast terad the group. 


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No. 26— lOlM YEAR VKTORIV BRITISH COM MBIA. Tl ESHAY, JAM ARY 13, SECOND NEWS SECTION 



VAN cnOliBS 


AU). MU.IARD U. MOOtN'EY 


STANLEY irWRS 
brMk boofU efficiency 


MAEGAiUrr HORNE 


rhenee to relax 


welcome qusrter>hour 


roffee-breok It more popular now In Canada than 
in United Statee. according to National Office 
^tanaftement Aiaociation. and certainly haa warm 
endorwment of all theae Vlctoriant found Uking 


breaka ycaterday. NOMA finds 91 per rent of 
Canadian companiea five coffee breaks, compar^ 
with 79 per cent in U^ted $tatea. Coffee b favor* 
He coffee-break drink in both countries, but tea 


b second in Canada and toft drinks are second in 
U -*« Ma)ority of office workers in both countries 
now have two breaks * day. NOMA survey shows, 
and in moat cases are given 15 nUnutes on each 


occasion. Victoiians on coffee-breaks were unani- 
mous In opinion that bteaks are vahmbb, result 
in higher efficiency. — (Colonist photos.) 


Saanich Raps NeigldHtrs 


Around the Island 


^People Protest 
' So Skip Work, 

' Says Murdoch 


Reeve George Munks'h said night he favors 
curtailment of local irT^toemcni proieiis for Oak 
Bay because there b of^ loo much opposition from 
people uDo will benefit. 

H. K. . p.illkm ll»v» 

by M pmpwy o«n.r, 

on 1.001. Tnroc. prolctl.-.j "> Twt»" In 

b, monril. .lr~^ (r^ll. 

foon.il wu >md m.ny ol "r'"'""’,' ' ‘I!?’ " ll? 
Ihn. wn. p«bl. who «(p.d —nln* Iho no Ibo boot 


Victoria, Oak Bay and EsquimiH munaHj 
not paying their (air share of costa in School I 
Saanich council charged last night. 

The situation throws vi un- 
fair burden an Saanich rate- 
payers. W. Jack Lindsay. 

Saanich aaasaaor toU a apenal 
meeting «t Saanich counctL 

Council derided lo submit 
protests Se courts of revision 
which wid be heW in Saanich 
municipal kali Few 2 aoS U to 
hear protasta against racent 
asseasmems In both school dla- 
trlria-AI and C3. 

K^’IOKNl'K GATHKKrn 

A quantity af eviderMW ta 
support (wuncU’s stand has 
been coller t ed by Mr. Lin^y’s 
otfke remrsatlng comparable 
Saankh bouaes and houses 
outside the municipality, and 
the school Uses poM on the 
houses. 

A total of 33 proteota against 
asarssnunts had been sub- 
milled by Saanich ratepayers 
to bat nlgkt. The p^ests 
cteim that the aaaesamenta are 
too high, whereas council's 
ctahn win not dispute Saanich 


AsMirialr Editor 

Msrry W Young, for Ihe past 
•rvm years btisiness artd 
linam lal dinor of The Daily 
Cokimsl. has hem appointed 
sr araortale editor ol Ihe 
r>cwspopef. It was announced 
yesterdsv by Seth Hslfon, 
puMUher. Mr. Young, as well 
as taking pari in the ediiotial 
diiection ol Ihe newspaper, 
wtil eeniinue lo write his 
daily column and to edit the 
fltiancul page. 


LTCOL. 30KN CAVE 
• . . home lor keepa 


The p r ope rt y w ninsis said In 
a te:;:. read at kisi night's 
council m eeting that ihey pro- 
le,' thie pio pn se d widening 
It Will mean an in 
(-rease in Ihetr tases 

■'We ve had r : manv cases 
like ihr satd the 

rrr;.. 'I sHink H would be 
Wise to lav off lacai anprovr 
pm)ecis fnr a while st 
- *i (iritil I*-- money market 
■ iead^~ down." 

Mun«< i= si clerk A t>. Fm<t 
ia> Slid the local Unproyrment 
propoaed f»»r Lo»i.- Terrace 
had not yet been iniMale«l. ' hut 
it would be a w>i<ie of lime to 


Col. Cave Wants to Loaf^ 
Fish— and Make Lamps 


Bmlv Found 
Off E.squimalt 

A bad), believed to be that 
af a nasal raltng. waa re- 
«-wer«d fram ^aqulmall Har- 
^ yenferday aftemanw af- 
ter being spotted flaallng In 
Ibe woler by a raupb of 
eHWan workers. 


Number of dilftwaod lampa in the Vic- 
toria araa la Ukeiy la Increase during the 
nest few months. 

Making these unusual lampa Is the 
favorite bobby of Lt.-Col. John C Cave, 
now on retirement bave here alter nearly 
35 years af wrvtca In the Royal OsnadUn 
Army 

The veteran, who worfcad hia way up 
from private to the rank af keulenant 
eotoswt. haa returned to iUa home at 3700 
Caaey Drive. Saanich, where ha )uai wants 
ta rebx. catch up an his fishing and turn 
out driftwood lampa for hb many fnen«b. 

*Tva a nlra workshop at home and fve 
already given about ISO of these lamps lo 
my friends all over Canada." he said. 

WU) he Join the nUUtU* *'1 haven! 
made up my mind in do anything yet. I'd 
Mke lo take a couple of months doing 
nothing. Just lo soe whero I am.” CoL Cave 
answered. 


He Joined the Pri n ces s 'Patricia's t'sno 
dtan Light Infantry as a private, in Winni- 
peg In January. 199S. and stayed with the 
PPdJ until Dorember. 1938. when he uent 
lo the Canadian Tank School In Londun. 
Out 

Durtf^ the Second World War. he asw 
arllon with the 2nd Canadian Armored 
Brigade and cammanded the Sherbrooko 
regiment in the northwestern European 
theatre. 

CdL Cave was Equlmah Garriaon com- 
mander from July 8 . 1183. to Jan 1. IflM. 
Since then, he has done specul staff work 
lor B-C Area heodquaiiers and mnunand 
ed Ihe national army cadet ramp in Banff 
from June to September. 

His seven month retirement bow of- 
fkiolly starts Monday Upon mmpieih-r- - f 
ths leave, be will have served 35 years in 
the ragubr army 


wMh a seven pr>und lOounce NANAIMO - Funeral aerv- 

rsirh (boige Keninger Sr, .* ^.**» .^..»*>** ««w»rn>wjQC 

w.m the aggregate prbe with Travla-Syden- 

two lotaUlng 13 pounds. 12 Malaey. «. who died in 

mmces Ills son C,wie. 7 

look the junior ftahermen s reporter 

award wHh a five-pound eight Nanaimo and ptroninenl 
ounc n.h Pt>U Wrtch 
.».rd..i ti* hidrtm Jr* 

pnw Inr (11- nv,.poun 4 . Ux ^ ***,*" 

ounr. .IWIIH-M. S«*‘ ‘‘•■•(.d 

^ ^ Polke Funeral services will 

. ^ •’ Westwood funeral 

NANAIMO Ivan Gregov home at IJO pan 
nr Vancouver, who mss * • « 

queraded as another fwhei- UAOY.SMrni Si Lnub Col- 

man when checked for his Viriniia won 

.ommemal flahlng licence i^o of Ihreo elom^ gsmoo in 
Nov 2. was fined $30 and lively play with IsMlysmlih 
COSH in pnliie court Monday. High School boys In a haakei- 
Waller Cerim of Vancouver imU tournament Friday night 
was fined the same amount ai Ladysmith 
qhen he pleaded guUly lo fish * * o 

mg without a licence. NANAIMO Mayor Pete 

e * o Maffeo said yesterday that an 

ALAERNI A fine of SIO aimounrement srould be made 
wa« impcMcd on William A. nest week with regard lo the 
Anslc) when he waa rharged insialbtlon of a cement plant 
)e«ietday under Section 21 hi Ihe Si«miBri Avenue area, 
of the Game A>-t for (ailing An appJkatInn on behalf of 
In have a permanent plug in Deck* McBride Company. Van* 
hu ttinigvc, eouver. has been under study 

• o o for some time 

Wl’AUtn^M BEACH 
Psiksvll|e msn will se 
HI day Jail senlence 
opera ling s motor v 


TT'* ii^tk — Ihe 14 people 
who signed the protest - m 
sutuie 4 majortlv of the 
property ow n eis affected. 


CouncU will rontend that aa- 
am aments In other muniripstt 
ties aiv loo kiw Mr Lindsay 
lold council that municipal aa- 
aessmenlf are based on b) per 
cent of values aver a fouryear 
period. 

BAMM ABni'BD 

*Tt la abaurd lo base aaae«s 
mentj an land valuaa aa we art 
In an area that la expanding 
and vahiea riae quicker than In 
slagnani muntripaitty.’* Cuun. 
Leake Paamnora eomroantnd 
Raave Gearga Cliaiterion 
toM counril he had dtaniaaed 
the paaatblllty af a council 
proteat with ana of tka mem- 
bers of the pmvtartal g irvern- 
ment-appolnied court of rrvi 
akin. 

He warned that the court 
of revtsion would not allow 
Saanich council to see Ihe 
r ompndiendve assestment 
rolls for the srtioe) diatriets. 
lo make compariaona between 
mutticlpaHtles 

B»XTa\n> TOO IJITB 
In IMT the provtorial gov- 
ernment's Ame mm ent Equak- 
ration Commlaakin ordered 
Baanirk anunril to Inrreaoe 
asiwiemewts In School Dbtrlri 
81 by i7.nm.aoo 
The order waa received loo 
bte to allow for leaaae a s m eri t 
ao the money waa ralaed by 


Capt Norman Alfred Foo 
ler. 71. founder of the Vic 
torla Glrb* Drill Team, died 
yeuterday in Royal Juhdee 
Hoopiial. 

U# woB a mssn b ei af tho 
Greoter Victoria Celebrations 
AaaeriatMMi. s Mb m ember of 
the Junior Oiamber of Com- 
merra aod a fmnier member 
af Ihe Victoria Chamber of 
Commerre 

X'ap" Foater waa bom in 
London. Eng.. Dec. 23. 1(H> 
He wrss a veteran af ihe 
South Afrkon War and the 
Pirai WorM War 

He came to Vktorta In 1913 


and worked for the -firm of 
E G. Prior and i.*o. Ai the 
outbreak of wai. he irans 
ferred from Ihe iocai militia 
squarirem of R.C. Her r to Ihe 
Canadian Mounted Rifles, and 
later went overseas with the 
103rd Bettailon. CEF. in 1918. 

After the war. he went Into 
the real esiaie businesa In ihe 
U.S. and returned to Victoria 
m 1938. 

While Ihe rlly wae prepar 
Ing for the 7Vh anniversary 
of Its mcorporailon In 1937. he 
worked with Thomas Hawt 
Ina. then aldemian and chair- 
man of Ihe celrbralkmi. In in 
stalling the hanging flower 
tmakeia which 4r* now per 
manent fixtures here 

The same year he became 
sec re t a r ydreaauier of the 
Junior Chamber of Commerce. 
IT# following year, he formed 
the drill team, and still later, 
waa mode trainer of ihe 
Chineee girls' drill team. 

Last aummer. on the 20th 
anniveraary of the founding of 
the drill teom, he wa« pre 
aetited with a bronze bust of 
himbell when past membei's 
met from all o^r the conil 
nent to bmor him The huat 
‘r now In a plare of honor In 
riiy hall 

Surviving Is his widow. 
Msr>. al home. 1045 Maarea 
I Btreat. 


NANAIMO Waller Thomas 
Soulhem Inid Magtatrata 
LkmH Beevor PotiB yesterday 
that he felt "toe acared*' to 
stop after a iwoTar colHsInn 
hut returned to the arena 
anmeitme after Ihe a«-rident. 

.Southern pleaded gulMy lo a 
hiiandrun offence and was 
fined fSfl Ills llrence waa auiH 
pended until Feb. 1. 


CAPT NORMAN FOBTER 
, . . hie hanging boskets 
hOraroa Hly flxtursa. 


lit >ail 

The Magistrate also im 
posed a fine of tinn or .Vi . . . 

days In Jart because u omh NANAIMO George Muir 
Bitddeut awwnd «waxkii«a *** reelecled president of 
on a slmiUr charge within Nanaimo branch 10. CanadUn 
three montbi. Bridden chose W*®"- *»y accUmalkm. Other 
the alternative Jail term "fflcers elected were H. O. M. 

Maglatrate Beevor Potts of Murphy and Gedrge Trohridge. 
Nanaimo it conducting polkT vice-presidents, Ernie Gokilnf. 
court hearings here for wTgeani-ai-arma- Cyril Oennl* 

Magistrate TTiomas Madfleld. George Molecey, Max 

who Is on holiday Blunt. Was Calbick. Jim 


Area Blacked Out 
By Power Failure 


Queen ^s Portrait to Hang 
In Oak Bay Municipal Hall 


AwMle aiea of Greater Vic- 
toria was left without eiectrtc 
power for ab»ul B minutes 
yeaterday noon, when relay 
trouble developed at the Ar- 
noft aubalailon of the HC. 
Electric Co. on the mamlar-rt 
At Ihe time this area was 
drawing all power through 
two suhmaiiiye -'sht. from 
Ihe mainland. When the black 
out f urred, al 12.03 p.m . 
pri'<rl9 eirruits were inslantly 
mnnheted with Vancouver ta 
land power aourrea. 


"Coed Mea." said Reeve were packed up and Mored In 
Murdoch "rve thought about the basement 
H myself fnr a kuig time " TTils waa done by otder of 

The reel of council a g ree d. ' the then reeve Fred Norria. 
But. said the reeve firmly. -and the portraits have re- 
Ihe Queen's pm trait "muat be mained In aiorage ever since, 
suitable" to the severely mod- Reeve Murdoch said he 
em Interior of (he new council didnT wish to be blamed for 
chamhera. spoiling the look of the room. 

When the tIAOno municipal '*ao let’a get a eultable portrktt 
haD wa| opf*i*<l I*** June, all of Her Majeety Well hang It 
the portraRa df former rvevsa, behind Ih# reeve's chair." 


It took six months to get 
around to It. but Oak Bay 
council last night derided H 
ahouM have a picture of the 
Qusen to hang In the new 
municipal hail 
**T7ils must be the only 
rounrtl chamber in Canada 
ttyat doesn't have a pteture of 
Her Majeoty.” saM Coun W. 
G EUla. who brought ihe mat- 
ter up. 


gCAUarM B»:A(Tf-^ohn 
NyMrk haa been elected presl* 
deni of branch 78. Canadian 
Legt^.u with Charles Hilliard 
and Frank Naylor taking office 
as vlie presidents, and MeJ 
Strain, aergeant at anna,. 


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No. 26^101iii YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1959 


22 PAGES 


Guide Needed 
In Mind War 


_ ftMdcMn m th* tatilt f«r 

ln» piime mlnixter spuke ti 

Toronto UiUv>r«Hy. w»m ho mlnfior “wm 

coovtorod Ihoi ohouM iho Wr« 
•I doctor of low* rtroofotJ wiportorttr 

Mr. CHrtontMkcr potntod out ft, tho roro of oelontlfle od- 
ihol motorUt uiUjitafiro to vanro. iho apirttual thinca 
undrr-drvolopcd arras waa Im aMMtituto tho dortaivo oko- 
porlant. but that In hia vialt monts ^ 

to Aala ho had aonaod a cor Hr a^rd -Hmk many of 
tab) misundoraUiMUnf and ua can rapnaa Ihr phlkwophy 
auoptcion of I hr aid proframa #f frrodom*' 

Ho Mid; *Tho loaaoo a oo m a Ho anowrrrd "Wr fool frro> 
dear that matriial aid alono dam. but that It not onoufb. 
Mill rtot (Oftvtnro thr unrom Wr nord to undrratand It and 
mittrd naitona of our atneortfy rrttlctdnc CommunUia la not 
nor wiB thotr allcftanco to rnoufh." 

Dignif y, Tolerance 

Mr OirfmholtW'a plan waa to thoao who wUl )oln In frro- 
'Thoro la no honor way to ra dom and for froodrim In tho 
plain frrodom than for tho atrugglr for mon'a hrarta and 
natiofia of thr froo world to mlnda,** hr Mid. 
mrot toffothrr. oarhanco Idraa. Mr Diofmhakor rxplainad 
and roach a common baaia for ihoro wat an awakomnt of 
a dorlaratlon of frrodom'a national pridr in Aala and aa 


AnaaiAi Mikoytn tMim wtth Jerry L^wto 


Mikoyan Meets 
Stars, Students 


AM Mnlln now. 13>ye«r*o)d Donald 
ntzpdtrlck. r reovortng tn Sf. Jooeph't 
HoipiUJ from (he traffic sreideni that 
killed hte hone. It vistted by Wet Ood- 
dard, predIdent of the Cotwood Trail 
Ridert, and thown »’hit the chib't 


rhoque mllT look like thot will enable 
him to buy a new horie. The boy 
wBt to nddened by the km of hit 
faithful mount that the chib plant 
to hold t dance next month to raitt 
$150. — (Ryan's Studio photo.) 


LOS ANGELES (API— 
Rutoit't AnatUs I. Mikoyan 
got into the movies 
Monday. 

Thr Soviet flrot deputy pre- 
mier dr opprd In oi Poroiiiount 
Siodloa wbere he talked and 
joked with Marten Bc an do. and 
I then atarred In a hnef fUm 
aequenre with Jerry Lew la and 
Nina MarrUI. 

MKi* POINT OP DAT 

The movie aet vlalt waa the 
high point of o doy4ofif lour 
of Loo Angelrt wtiMb aiortod 
with a trip around the carapua 
af the Univeralty of Cakfomla 
at Loa Angelra -> Mlkoyan'a 
firet look ai an American onl 
voratty. 

Aa he' walked onio the film 
•et. he ahook haitda with Lewla. 
Then hr embraced the akapety 

MIM MerrtU 

UIIU kKCKPnON 


Police Find Kidnamted Child 


Full Liquor Hight$ 
PromueH Indians — If 
(Psfe 21 


Princes Skeltereil 
By Innkeeper 
(Ntmes in Newt. Psfe 3) 


NEW TORK (API -A baby 
ttolen new born from her boo- 
pitol baaoinetie oa the night of 
Jan. 1 wao roatored Monday 
to hor tearful, happy roothor. 
A vogue, dletraught woman 
who herself h*d borne Mghf 
children wm held aa the kM 
napper. 

The aitrged obductar of baby 
Um flooe ('hlenrhio waa 4S 
yrar-old Mrs Jean tavarone. 
la ta appear In Brooklyn 
court toda> She le 
charged wfth kidnapping, pun 
lahahtr bt New Tork state by 
a maximum af XI yean la kft 
In priaen 

TO PBKMU BB MAN 

PoHco Mid Mrs. lavarono 
wanted a new bam child te 
paM off M her own lo pul 
pteaoure on an untdentlfled 
hoy friend into marrying her. 
Divorce and death had ahat* 
trred her two prevlouo mar- 
rIagM and arattered her seven 
living children the youngoM 
three yooro oM- 

‘Tt feela wonderful to have 
her in my anna," Mid Lloa 
Roae'a mother. Mrs. Prsnrso 
rtSonchto. X. aa she cradled 
the baby In her arma. The re- 
union look place tn St. Peter a 
Hospital In Brooklyn, where 
tho child hod dlMppeored 3'e 
hours after Ma Miih. 

WBU. CABKD POB 

Aa (he mother's leorv damp 
ened the rhlkTa ffco. Uoo 
Khm alepi serenelj The haby 
appeared to have been well 


Uostro Eiri«|f Squads 
Execute 71 Cubans 


I nioDi Outgrowing 
Emotional Appeals 
(Psfs 121 


«4fijiry rr R'orifprs 
Tie Cp Montreal 
(Psfp 321 


CAMBBroex. Maaa.— 
Atlaa. the Wggoot (lA. artifi- 
cial maon. la eapectad ta 

after orMMng the earth for 


Joyful parents get baby back. 


Reds Help Basso 
To Find Low Note 


Secession 

Studied 


l^ter she remarried and had 
five wma and a daughter 
before her second husband died 
in list. Two of theoe rhibiren 
Uvo with their older holf- 
brother. TTte other four ore 
arattered omohg orphanogea 
or footer homes. 

Police Mid anme of Mrs 
Isvarone'a children were born 
at St. Peter's Hooplial. whoro 
the Chlonchio child waa 
abducted. 


Praapert Lake and Otatrict 
Community Anoociatleo last 
night appointod a fan finding 
rommtttoe ta inveotlgsto wayo 
and means af seceding from 
Saa alch MufilcIpaHty. 

Divid C Wright. UCT 
Ruetan. waa appo in ted chain 
man af tho four-maa 
eommitteo.