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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, |*»53 


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New Junior lli<;li School Opened 




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Showing Hon. Mrs. Tilly Rolston and 
Reeve P. A. Gibbs, MLA, over th»* 
metalwork shop in (he new Oak Bay 


Junior High School after opening 
ceremonies is R. T. Kipling, left, 
principal of the new school. 


Alaska 

Wary 

01 Raid 


FAIRBANKS. Alaska (APi — 
The Fairbanks News Miner re 
ported Wednesday thal a “yel- 
low" air Attack alert was called 
In Alaska at 10 pm Saturday 
Irom the Aleutian* to Anchor-! 
• ce and Fairbanks 

The paper said it was the Tit* 
alert alnce the Second World 
War that “definitely was not a 
practice alert." The News Miner 
added that Civil Aeronautics Ad 
ministration range stations were 
■hut down and t}iar )et pilots on 
leave were ordered back to their 
bases. 

In Washington, the United 
fates Air Force said it was 
notified that a "yellow" alert 
was called briery but thal the 
alert was so short and reaulLs so 
negative that details were not 
transmitted to Washington. 



A ffidavits 
Presented 


Duke in Britain 
To Visit Mother 


‘I^arge Personal Interest' 

Of Senator Gets Mention 

BY T. A. MYERS 

Agriculture Minister Kenneth Kiernan yesterday filed 
in the legislature documents purporting to show that the 
former Liberal government had scrapped a plan to 
decontrol milk prices after a protest from a Liberal 
senator who had a "large personal interest" in the matter. 
Mr. Kiernan read excerpts from the documents— affi- 
davits. telegrams, letters and newspaper clippings — then 
filed them with the clerk of the House "without comment.' 

W. I Straith ( L . Victoria > a ~ 

.member of the former Liberal That we be given this consider 
(cabinet, accused the government atlon. As you know I have a 
[of "mean, miserable, unfair Ur K p personal interest in ihi* 
tactics" in presenting only a maMe ' 

part of the r«*e. ' W l**B Farm" 

The telegram* were filed in 


LONDON 'UP i The Duke 
of Windsor arrived from New 
York Wednesday night to 
visit his ailing R5 year old 
mother, Queen Marx 

With him on the liner 
Queen Elizabeth. which dock 
ed at Southampton wj< his 
sister, the Princess Royal. 
Shp cut short a five week 
visit to the Wes! Indies to re 
torn lo her mother's bedside 
Queen Mary, who p suffer- 
ing from stomach trouble 
had another comfortable day. 
The Duke juilri he had two 


telephone talk* with the 
Queen s dortot out had not 
spoken to the Quern liersei! 
"Queen Mary has revet 
spoken on the telephone trt 
her life." he saul She is 
scared of it " 

Greatly relieved mat the 
Queen is reported recovering 
he told rejmrterv "We were 
very worried last wgek “ 

The Duke said he fillin'! 
know how long lie would stay 
in Britain Indicating it dr 
fiends on I hr Queen * condi 
tion 


Blaze 

Loss 

Heavy 


J2L. Vancouver '«r*519"p m nnjan'. M ' 1 ' «*»"“ )> 

. . i.. *. ernmeni is , and auto courts of t.reater Vic socuUon membei ship include 

"T! the newspaper account of the tor,a h * vp be *“ n rUt ,rnm AmPr au, ° r «url* which have at least 


- r 1 11 Trims 

wider - 1 . 

;; Appro val List 

I a* H t n 


restaurants kstahllshments eligible lur as 


Ann Kipling tries out one of the new desks at the 
Oak Bay Junior High School after attending official 
opening ceremonies last night. This is one of the 
classrooms in whk’h Anns father, R. T. Kipling, 
principal, will teach. 


isiwiiaiiitg via i m a^imirui now , * 

a “politic*! move." In the |. he newspaper account of 
hope of bringing about lower confidential meeting rea 
milk prices for a few days h * *‘ r **‘ s - 

Just before the neat election. Then he filed a newspaper. 


"confidential" meeting reached lcan Antomobile Association six rental units, each with prt 
the streets. listings for failure to meet as vate bath; and hotels, inn* c*r 

T . . ... sociatton standards. similar units which must have 


I ... •'“f'l i no American Automobile at least 10 rentable rooms six 

Mr. Kiernan filed the series * to> wh J c 5 Association and Victoria Auto of which should have private 

of documents aa he set out to had Club are "clamping down on bath* and the real .< least run 

disprove CCF leader Harold ... a on on official appointment* made in ning water Tourist hotnei are 

Winch's statement that the de ' h *™ ner tor ■» |p » ST 10 past year*, particularly in re not eligible, 
mntrol policy now proposed by g.rd to standards." George I. Specific ^«^ n . for su.pen 

the Socred administration as a •<**«■ »" ‘he matter I Warren, city spokesman for the Mon of the individual men. 

solution to the milk problem had "a* subsequently taken by the club, said yesterday. ^ r , not . lven b . Mr 

been "pulled out of the blue" ,J her*l government, which Standards Include general Warren. He said, however! 

"This policy wasn't pulled out w *‘ nl OUl nf offk * Au *‘ appearance, equipment, fur th*t each member suspended 

of the blue," Mr. Kiernan said U J nishlngs. maintenance and has been sent an outline of 

"What we are doing was fully , Mr ' K ** ,n * n also fl|p,) a ,rlr cleanliness, and atmosphere. AAA requirements, 

considered and proposed by the Rram and 4 * ch Mi ? Som * well-known businesses This includes the report that 

milk board over a year ago." w '‘ r< “ * r " r / . v . A , Ann * are among those affected, and 'some of the unfavorable ton 


F urouk I Las Visitor; 
Si/ueeze Play l Fin ted 

ROME I Reuters* Fnrm»r .... - * . 


\^r lvn ° r ,WT ,u P*®* ymn. particularly in re - 1 not eligible. 

*. . .. ,, £*rd to standards,' 1 George I specific reasons for ana pen 

o "* ‘he matter Warren, city spokesman for the *j on of the individual mem 


was subsequently taken by the 
I .literal government, which 
went out of office last Aug- 
ust I. 

Mr. Kiernan also filed a tele 
gram and a letter which he said 
were sent hy Aid. Anna Sprott, 
who was Gordon Wismer's run 


club, said yesterday. 

Standards Include general 
appearance, equipment, fur 
nishlngs. maintenance and 
cleanliness, and atmosphere. 
Some well-known businesses 
are among those affected, and 


hers were not given by Mr. 
Warren. He said, however, 
that each member *u*f»ended 
has been sent an outline of 
AAA requirements. 

This includes the report that 
"some of the unfavorable ron 


Then he filed affidavits taken ' W* 1 ' »*•*■ launched dttion* found by our reporters 

in October, two months after ", Include unsrrubhed showers., 

the Socred* came lo office, from uprr defeated 5 r ^ ° n ' 1 Businesses relieved of AAA , clogged lavatory drains, dul. 

a Vanr^ruver lawyer and an m- teiecram «... ippolntment* will no longer he drinking glaaM*s, spattered mtr 

lnd»pcndrm milk prort U <Tr .1.1- L, Ml Wtam , r . , nd w „ rt.tM 1 d " P,,V ,h ' *" on r '"T un “ n )'* r ^ "> M '' «*'• 
tng their impressions of a February 29 It read ■•‘Ion sign. sticky doorknobs, littered 

"confidential" meeting between "Deenlv conrerned nvrr rvnH Itwpectlon of the premiM*^ dresser drawer* and medicine 
the milk hoard and 23 Vancou- i nD . w ** h V * national assort chest* face powder and hair on 

wr milk dl.trtbu.ar. Xd l! ,,l,n "’P 1 " *“‘'"1 ■<>!». du.ly clrwl 

The meeting was held Janu- 1 the feeling of the people cor — 1 __ sh ! 1VM anf1 dU ‘ ,y 

ary 21. 1 9 52. rectly In thinking that the _ _ 

According to the affidavits, original order should go My * M~M 

milk bqgrd chairman E. C. Carr through as stated to various 14 A )|'k|'kO/| 

told the distributors that the Vancouver groups Women here IV I V I I I it I I IVclIllfv \1 
hoard had decided on a plan for want controls at producer level 

decontrol which would gu«r- or failing lhat at least two K 

antee a fixed price to farmer* rents differential in stores Why There * a difference between milk control pulley Opposition 
for their milk, open the dl.Mri , not let heolthy competition Pumping a gasoline pump and j^ a ,i er Harold Winch pointexl 
button of milk to competition. ‘his cvntrovereia! issue heading up the government s QUf ip thp | rJr | 5 | ar , jrp yesterday 


ROME t Reuters i — Former 
king Farouk of Egypt appear* 
to be deeply immersed In a 
special kind of mother-in-law 
trouble. 

Madame Asalia Sa dek mother 
of his teen-aged wife, was re- 
ported Wednesday to have 
brought with her to Farouk's 
villa outside Rome an ‘'ulti- 
matum'' from Premier Mo- 
hamed Naguib, the man who 
forced the portly monarch off 
hi* throne last July. 

The ultimatum, the report 
■aid. threatened to end the 
dynasty and establish an Egyp- 
tian republic unless Farouk 
permit* hi* 14 month-old son. 
King Ahmed Fuad II. to return 
to Cairo for his upbringing 
Madame Sadek. described 
a« “an ambitious woman." 
may be trying to persuade 
her daughter lo accept Na- 
guib's terms, It added, because 
she prefers to he grandmother 
of • reigning king than 
mother-in-law of an exiled 
one. 

F'arouk's spokesman Issued a 
•trlng of denial* about a swarm 
of rumors and report* swirling 
about the villa. But on one point 
- the reported ultimatum — 
there was no denial 

The spokesman «ald he had 


no details on the reasons for 
1 Madame Sadek'* current visit. 
Asked If it was connected with 
any message from Naguib, the 
spokesman said: 

"Possibly, they have to dls 
cuss certain matters," 

In a more confident vein, the 
spokesman denied report* thal 
F'arnuk divorced his 19-year-old 
wife Tuesday night, that the 
red haired former queen will 
leave F'arouk and return with 
the boy king to Cairo, lhat their 
22-mnnlh marriage was on the 
i rocks and that Narrtman is 
expecting a second child 

Whatever the stale of 


Farouk's marital relations, he 
seems headed for an immi- 
nent showdown with Naguib 
on the Infant king's future. 
A constitutional commission 
In Egypt Is now studying the 
question of whether to scrap 
the monarchy and establish 
a republic. 

Once Farouk allows his son 
‘o return to Egypt, hr will lose 
the one weapon n n which his 
*tim chances nr returning 
from exile depend. 

On the other hand. If Egypt 
carries out any plan to *s'»h 
lish a republic, both F'arouk and 
hi« son will lose out. 


Kiernan Rapped 


There * A difference between milk control policy 


Canadian Troops 
Out o! Front Line 


ensure that no distributor oper I “nd gel this awkward baby off _ _ ^ 

»'*H » lo.. and n-quirr llo- 1 your doondop- Our pcopld an- 1 1„* \Y I „ 1 '" hr " w,,h 

bonding of alt distributors. not getting sufficient milk, our 1101 W Cl COlllC Minister Kenneth Kiernan. a 

Thia plan a* outlined in the nutritionists, medical officers former Chilliwack garage o|*>r- 

affidavits Is almost Identical aw1 f am »ly head* are Indignant p Oils 4,or on hl * n,,lk 

With the one recently pmposad OVM ‘ ,nn * pm- T OF I\C(I iClS R C l,r> 

by the Socred* nouncement of decision made ** “Some of u» i*axe h**en •tudv- 

Mr. Kiernan then filed a ‘ll;"dviv*dly | n secret session WIESR ADEN Germany ' AP» tng these problem* for _*n 

[clipping from a Vancouver W'ould appreciate your advice American ftghier pilots wl|| yParR - M) d veteran Ml Winch 

newspaper dated January 24. • regard*-"Anna E give a hn, reception in future only a few months ago Mr! 

three day* after the meeting, in s P ro “ to any Communist jet* thal Kiernan "was numninc n* on 

Which Ihc details of the "eonfl- A ^ K.eman mm* looking for trouble over the highway and nrlw Sc thinks 

lential meeting were outlined “ ,d w *“ written to him by Mrs West Germany a United States he know* everything there is 
* * * pro“ on Mar»-h 10 of this year Air Force spokesman say* in know about pumping milk 

He also filed copies of Hire* < omplimented him for hLs "out American pilots didn't have a nut of a cow to the consumer ' 
h : -Sf TIT r >Ura . Rr ? U " a '*n d "; p . ha nre to return ftrr when two ,,e *a.d that the government 


( IppoMtiiiri 
•h pointerl 
ynterdav. 


hy the Socred*. 

Mr. Kiernan then 


nounermenf of derision made 
illadvisedly In secret session 


Hot Welcome 
For Red Jets 


T1l» fsltresi it illips-cf* » r n - *y 
faSrstM IJ. h*« Ju»i brrn 
br 'final 

BY KtlRKKT TUCKMAV 


Inside Today 

Page 

On the labor Front J 

Yeaterday In the lagis- 

lalure a 

Animal Question Box II 

The Silver Chalice 12 

Duke Workt, Plays Hard 20 

A Padre in Print .VI 


Astrology t§ 

Bobby So* . U 

C'laanlfled « 

Comics !l 

Crossword 2H 

Contract Bridge ... 211 

Editorials ( 

Financial News ... 7 

O- K. Morttmore'* Column 2 

IJfe'a IJke That 24 

Patterns 1 * 

Radio Programs ... 22 

Social 14. 17 

Sport I. I. 1* 

Television 22 

Theatre* 1 1 

Toni Taylor s Column „ 4 

Uncle Wlgglly 2* 


SF'.Ot'L 'AIM. The Com 
monwealth Division ha* been 
withdrawn from the Korean 
haltiefront and pla< e<| j n re 
serve for the first time since 
it wa* formed In July 19M The 
division wa* pulled off the line 
January 31 

American and South Korean 
division* are placed in reserve 
perlodcally in Korea 
Tht* la the flr«t time inner 
the Commonwealth Division 
wa* formed the Common 
wealth troop* have not been on 
the firing line. 

The division u inmp«<H nf 
Canadian, British and Austral 
ian Infantry and supfsirting 
arm* and services. New Zealand 
| artillery, an Indian medical 
-u.lt and a small South African 
officer detachment 

ljeut -Gen. William Bridge- 
ford. retiring commander ui- 
' chief of Commonwealth forces 
in Korea, told reporters he 
thought the placing of the divl 
*lon in reserve wa* « “very 
goor^ thing,” 

ENJOYING IT 

"Thay are really enjoying 
| it." Brldgeford said. 

Thee* Infantry battalions 
the Royal Canadian Regiment 


the Royal 22nd Regiment and 
the 3rd battalion. Prince** Pa 
tricia * Canadian Light Infantry- 

are In the 25th Canadian 
brigade as part of the 1st Com 
monwealth Division. 

The Canadians were out of 
the line for a short time last 
November after undergoing HI 
day* of constant enemy «liell 
tng. Then, they had two ot 
'hree day* of complete re*i and 
partirs to enable the men to 
blow off steam. 

The rest wa* needed Enemy- 
shelling «n disorganized the 
RCR position last October 23 
and so scattered |i« ammunition 
reserves that the men could 
figh» only until the ammunition 
In their weapon* wa* exhaus- 
ted. 

NOT SO RKSTFt ?, 

But "restful Nnvemher" me#nt 
a period of intensive training. 
The brigade commander Brig 
M P Bogert, kept hi* me*i con 
stantly on the go — relearning 
the thousand and one thing* the 
individual soldier must know 
how to do when he's fighting 
on his ow n. 

Til# third battalion of the 
Patrkias carried out during the 
winter probably the most daring 
piece of defensive field work of 
any of the Allied forces— build- 
ing barbed wire barricades with 
In 75 yards of ihe Chinese Com 
muni*? outpoat position*. 


clipping from a Vancouver VVould appreciate your advice 
newspaper dated January 24.1 Kindest regard*— Anna F.' 
three days after the meeting. In Sp™*!." 

which Ihe detail* of the "confi A which Mr. Kiernan 


He also filed copies of three complimented him for hLs "out American pilot* didn’t have a 
telegrams which he said were *P"ken and courageous stand" chance to return fire when two 

by •*' w ,n 2^° r ;Lir , ? lro ' . Soviet-built M.«; 15s shot down member, thought' they 'kne^ 

lill Vanoouver. The >« r ^ >pro«l tn the letter a If*. F *i Thunderje. Ihe “everything about everything 

wire* were addressed to IJb- “‘4 *he heseeebed the former spokesman said Wednesday hut thev d«.n r ' 

era] Premier Byron Johnson, tovernment to allow a atore 

Attorney General tmrdon Wls- differential “for the woman y-w 

ni,r and Agriculture Minister who !• prepared to act as her M M M M 

Hsrry Bowman own deliveryman— all to no W 111/]! Ill/] 

The content of all three tele- 

grams wa* identical It read Mr. Kiernan also filed a tele 

Todays press release in gram from Shannon Dairies, 
dicates complere revision of Vancouver, dated January 25. m f \ 

method of distributing milk tn supporting the milk V VV If \ M M MM l 

tower Mainland In my opm- hoard * reported decontrol plan m m/ 

Ion proposal will lead to dis Victor Howard Pallttl, one of ryn irr. The n^.t 

nipt Jon of the Industry at pur- ‘he signers of the affidavits . h 

chaser and consumer level, as filed earlier, is a hrother of h , . ‘ 1 . ** , ,r 

welt ■■ nf i. „ , 1 ' r 1 ahead to prodiiie an estimated 

wen a* distributor. Tht* means Walter PalltH, a director of -jnrgif¥Yt c„ rnnll u. , . , 

“•rlom rmh.rr.wmfu. .o t-.v Sh.nnon Pitrirf L r T ' , " 

frumfm of provlor» Suhmlti Tho othor .IfM»vlr «| Rn «i 
Ih»l oahtnot should not ronsidor hv Ra,|t fjardotu prosidonl nf . 

ratification of order with such the Independent Milk Pro A "nn„nrenten that the ,nv 

far-rearhlnjf implication, with- di.cer. A«.oci..lon nf v.ncnu. . u ’"e" ’u' 

out »i lea,, hearths reprettema- ver »»• In ,h ' 

tiona from ... Strongly urge When Mr Kternan had filed rommn '" ^ Flo 

all ht* document* he (Sectored: ^ 

UK Election B.G. Airman 

* maintain a preferred position, 

rx* F3 • a* , ‘ u ' ** (,n Assert the right and If I) I 

Ninn Lem Aim Korea-Round 

BELFAST i Reuter., - Sinn OTTAWA iCP.-Sqdn Idtr 

)>tn. ihe extreme Iriah Repub- Uber.l Whip W T Straith wh'o^emlv 

tican party. Tuesday announced !•*«■ *«‘»cked the government Ottawa, us Squadron fo 
It wllf contest at the next elec h * ra,,wl ,h ^ “ rnl * France, has been transferred 

non .11 Northern Ireland'. ,2 'mTol.'erTf'^rtrtiitu^' T 

n*We* n t mln.ier' M * h P * rl '* nrlrn, ” U nv ' n fn4 * rrmbU Force. RCAF headquarter* am 

at v*e«tmlnsier. i << g-ittniMw.! p... i, j u ,.^ . 


in favor of decontrol 

Mrs. Sproll In the letter 
u ‘4 she heseecbed the former 
government lo •How' a store 
differential “for the woman 
who is prepared to act as her 
own deliveryman— all to no 
avail.* 1 

Mr. Kiernan also filed a tele 
gram from Shannon Dairies. 
1 Vancouver dated January 25. 
I9T»2 supporting the milk 
board s reported decontrol plan 
Victor Howard Pallttl, one of 
the signer* of the affidavits 
filed earlier, is a hrother nf 
Waller Palilti, a director of 
Shannon Paine* 

The nr her affidavit was signed 
hv Ra«d Gardom president of 
the Independent Milk Prd 
durers' Association of Vancou- 
ver 

When Mr Kiernan had filed 
all hi« documents he deciared- 
“We do not deny the privilege 
nf special interests trying to 
maintain a preferred position, 
but we do assert the right and 
. duty of this government to art 
in the best Interests of all tfw» 
people of the province. This we 
have done * 

Liberal Whip W T Strxilh 
later attacked the government 
for what he railed the "ml* 
e table Impression" left by the 
minister of agriculture 

“It la mean, miserable and 
< ( on tinned on Paga 


r 


llv The ( artadian Press 

A Ittlgr rnii« Mine shop at Hall- 
f-'i\ sllipvardv- vv .v- dost roved 
Wednesday in o».e nf tine# 
p arlv morning fire* m ihe Min 
urnr*. w .'is h i-au*rd (lamaga 
e s t i trt .1 l r it a i mure than 
$1 5UU.i*ki 

-North America * wor«t| fn* 
ot 'lie ita\ a< at Newark N .1 
wlu-rr it workmen trapped hv 
| flame* and pttch-hl«ck smoke, 
died in h tic.* t of fcrmeniaiinn 
'auks Under • onstruclton at t|«c 
Anlieuser Busch brewery 

Another hi.vr Wntnesdav 
* a used S35,(MI0 damage at |.<>uc 
lc«ke Sa*k Where a qiiarter of 
the town * mam street wa* de 
stroved .No one vva* injured 

Offletal* <;t fd Work mi run 
naw suhcliaserN .n » t»#» Halifax 
yard* will imi tw seriously 
sloWetl down l>ut the heavy re 
pair schedule will be thrown out 
"f gear n» the peak of »he hu*y 
winter season 

The other Maritime outbreak* 
destroyed a 1500.000 warehouse 
j of Ihe T. Fiat on Co. Ltd in 

Moncton and left a block of the 

hu>one*<» section m ruins «i 

Taiamaimurhe. N,.**. 

Ocean 
Combed 
For Eight 

NF.-U’ YORK . APi - a dr* 
mafic Noarrh was on Wednesday 
(or seven men, m« hiding the 
' aptaifti and the captain* wife, 
-'landed in wild North Atlantic 
«ca* on the bow of a broken oil 
tanker 

Twirnry-ejght crew rnemtiers 
of the Liberian tanker Angv 
were snatched from the *hlp s 
stern after a nigh' of terror 
Lf"*l miles ,^«| of New York 

Piie how i*. no' In sigh' " 
radioed the rescue shin, toe 
H, 192-ton American freighter 
I Irtthorne 

The Claiborne plowed on to- 
ward Cherbourg France with 
the surviv'd 1 * while thr t'S 
Coast Guard ‘»w»k over 'he hunt 
for the imperiled eight who 
were In the how when the 9 937 
ion Angy split in half three 
dav « ago 

Three Coa«t Girard cutter* at-d 
a plane wejr thrown Into the 
search rating against time and 
the identic** <eg in hope toe 
how still wa* a final upp p* 
human rargo 


Ottawa Mint Plans 
Coronation Medal 


OTTAWA ter* -The Royal 
Canadian Mint ha* got 'he go- 
ahead tn prod tire an es'imaled 
3. 000. non Coronation medal* to 
he distributed to Canadian 
*rhool children 

Announcement that the gov- 
ernment has decided to have the 
modal* struck wa* made in the 
Common* Wednesday hv Fin- 

B.C. Airman 
Korea-Bound 

OTTAWA 'CPt-Sqdn l^ir 
John MacKay. DFC, 33. of New 
Westminster B.C. who recently 
led Ottawa « 116 Squadron to 
France, has been transferred 
to Korea for a tour nf duty 
with the Polled States Air 
Force. RCAF headquarters an 
nounced Wednesday. 


ance Minister Abbott who said 
lbe\ will be distributed to 'he 
children throughout the pro* 
lore*, which have the responsi- 
bility for education 

The medal will pmbahly be 
hronre, as was the special 
school children ■ medal struck 
in ,19.39 tr rymnrrMnn wjrh the 
Royal visit Tha» medal bore 
a likeness of the King and 
Queen on one side with a rnap 
of Canada on the reverse 

In 1927 another bronze medal 
was struck for distribution to 
school children to commrmor 
ate the fithh anniversary of 
Confederation 

A Cofonatlon award medal 
wa* struck in 1937 fnr the Cor 
onation of King George VI. but 
tht* was not generally distrib- 
uted among school children 

Klrvf step in the issuing of 
the Queen Elizabeth Coronation 
medal will ha the selection of 


design* for both side* of the 
coin The design* will need the 
approval nf the special Corona- 
tion committee the Canadian 
government, and the Queen her- 
self 

Police Regain 
Stolen Cash 

MT ANGEL. Ore <APi A 
youthful handit made off with 
about SIR. 000 in a daylight 
trank robbery here Wednesday, 
but state polite said they ar 
rested ■ man and recovered the 
money five hour* later A state 
patrolman radioed that an 1R 
year-old hoy wa* ratight with 
the money at Mill City, about 
10 miles southeast of here on 
s mad through the Cascade 
Range in eastern Oregon. 









/■ 'or or a s l — Sorn o c lo u ds ; 
o few showers; cooler 

(Details on Pago 2) 

!NO. 7<> — NINKTY-FIFTI! YKAR 


Air Raid Alert 
(.ailed in Alaska 



Telephone — E 4111 


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\ancouver kland’n Leading Newspaper Since 1858 
VICTORIA. BRITISH COIOIBIA, THI RSI) AY, MARCH 12, 1955 


11.30 p.m. to 8 a.m. 
Circulation, E0725 — Sports, E7000 
Editorial, E 4509 or E 8309 


1 ((Ml DAII I 
II f«VII IlNMf 


30 PACES 


New Junior High School Opened 


Not Practice' 

Jel Pilots Yanked I rom Leave, 
Reports Fairbanks Newspaper 

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AH) — 'Die Fairbanks News 
Miner reported Wednesday that a "yellow" air-attack alert 
was calk’d in Alaska at 10 p.m, Saturday from the 
Aleutians to Anchorage and Fairbanks. 

The paper said it was the first alert stray the Second 
World War that "definitely was not a practice alert." 
The News-Miner added that Civil Aeronautics Administro-j 
lion range stations were shut down and that jet pilots on 
leave were ordered back to 

their bases. , defease manual describes the 

In Washington, the l 'niled 1 yellow alert as confidential and 
Slate, Air Force said it was “y* lt **ta*ued when an air 

notified lhat a "yellow" alert *' Uck ® n ,hp United States has 
. . #l . . . h^n Identified bul the general 

was railed briefly but that the| loc , tlon of fhp aItwk no , 

alert was so short and results so h,„. n determined 1 

fT-nVlT,, H Wrr, ‘ n °' ( ' ,vi ' military and 

l.ansmitted to Washington. CAA offlcjalj , hl . rf dprllned , 0 

The .News Miner said the civil comment on the report 

Damage $1,500, 000 

In Maritimes Fires 



Showing Hon. Mrs. Tilly Rolston and 
Reeve P. A. Gibbs, MLA, over the 
metalwork shop in the new uak Bay 

In ror !■ 

Of I t I §■ 

Cut Off *1 

Tw*",m hulc Mir, inis 

• ■ 

I 

k^hhry 

v i' -••• 

Club are "clamping down on 


Junior High School after opening 
ceremonies is R. T. Kipling, left, 
principal of the new school. 


Milk Price Lobby 

. __ , , w 

pSOi Liberals Bared 


" Large Personal Interest ' 

Of Senator Gets Mention 

BY T. A. MYERS 

Agriculture Minister Kenneth Kieman yesterday filed in the legislature docu- 
ments purporting to show that the former Liberal government had scrapped a plan 
to decontrol milk prices after a protest from a Liberal senator who had a "large 
[personal interest" in the matter. Mr. Kieman read excerpts from the documents — 
* [ affidavits, telegrams, letters and newspaper clippings — then filed them with the clerk 
| of the House "without com- “ 

ment." ation. As you know I have a maintain a preferred position, 

\V\ T Srraifh <L Victoria » a Personal interest in thin but we do *»arrt the right and 

member oof the former Liberal ma,,pr - ,, i ridly of ,hls government lo act 

■ ! cabinet, accused the government J W dpB Farns 1,1 lbp interests nt all the 

of "mean, miserable, unfair Th * telegrams were filed in people of the province. ftUs *• 
tart lea" In presenting only a Vancouver**! 5.39 pm. on Jan have done. 


part of ihe case. 


uary 24. only n few hours after Liberal Whip W T Straitll 


He also charged that the newspaper account of the later attacked the government 


milk price, for a few daya 
Just before the next election. 

Mr. Kieman filed the sprier 


Social credit government 1* '‘confidential" meeting reached for what lie railed the "mis. 
planning milk decontrol now ,hr fi,rpp,s - erahlc impression" left by ih« 

as a "political move," In Ihe 1 hp n he filed a newspaper minister of agriculture 
hope nf bringing about lower i **ory Primed the next day which “It is mean, miserable and 

said the Liberal government had tl ontlnued on Page M 


said the Liberal government had 
decided to delay a decision on 
the matter "for at least 10 


j of documents as he set out to da >* 

I disprove CCT leader Harold No 
Winch's statement lhat the de *■**' 
| control policy now proposed by *-*herj 
the Snored administration as a * rnl 
j solution to the milk problem had ,,M ** 
been "pulled out of the blue." Mr - 


Ky The Canadian Press caused $35. 000 damage at Lone 1 lub . arp imping down on 
A huge machine shop at Hall- ***- "here a quarter of m 

fax shipyards wa* destroyed ,hp ,own * ma,n Mreet wa,i de- £ SlsS II » .12 re 
Wednesday in one of three * troyPd - No on * w »* Injured. kard to standards, George 1. 

early-mom.ng fires in the Mari- ° ffiria ‘; « ,d work «n two ^ ub £ id 

limes which caused damage navN ^'^hasers * the Halifax , 

estimated ai more xhun yard * w,n not he seriously . ^ d lnel . udp ** nPrml 

$1 500000 slowed down hut the heavy re- *PP wtnw , equipment, fur- 

North Amnrit>«'« . , i P alr schedule will be thrown out olMngu, maintenance and 
North Americas worst fire D f „ p - r k , .. . rleanlineKK, and atmosphere. 

of the day was a, Newark. N.J.. X *>«* well-known bualnenae. 

fil'mrs irihil ! , ? pped 7 V The Other Maritime outbreaks *" * xnon * thme “ f,pr,pd - * nd 

ri.^ in 1 nrs P . ^ r 3 dps,r °y pd a *500,000 Warehouse Z* 1 ** 1 * h * Vr ,M,rn '•""• bed 

d in a nest of fermentation 0 f ( p r -r i. , fon f n i ... by some, Mr. Warren said. 

cir.ks under construction at the Moncton and left a block of the Businesses relieved of AAA 

Anheuser-Busch brewery. w„ ._.!!_ appointments will no longer be 

allowed to display the assod- 

atton sign. 

Inspection of the premises 
was made by a nafional assort-! 
O 4] atton inspector from Washing 
ton. D.C. 

Kstablishments eligible for as 
sodmUon membership include 
,7 auto courts which have at least 


T'77 mr Moncton and left a block of the “twinesse* relieved of AAA 

Anheuser-Busch brewery. b|iN(nr ^ ^tlon in ruin. ^ «PPO»n»menl. will no longer be 

Another bla/e Wednesday Tatamagouche. N.S. allowed lo display the assod- 

at Ion sign. 

tttkt r -m ^ Inspection of the premises I 

WorkOrder Asked Evr r 

/ T W'h - mm Kstablishments eligible for as 

gS § . M W+ W M+L* sociition membership include 

• vV# k.7 i. ■■ M 4 m 'auto courts which have at least 

KIMBERLEY (CP) - The dealt wilh travel time and re |* lx ron,a l units, each with pri- 
provincial labor relations board . urn farp , htri n „ .. va,p ba,h : and hotels, inns or 

has been asked to order 300 " " ‘° P °' n,f WM »imll*r units which must have 

atrlking construction workers madp ,n February. Workers a t least 10 rentable rooms, six 
back to their Johs at the multi- c * a,m company haa failed 'of which should have private 
million-doliar Consoltdateil Min- to implement arbitration terms. bafh * and ,bp al least run- 



m "This policy wasn't pulled nut pr * m and * whlrh hp iaid 

H of the blue." Mr Kirrnan said. wrre srni h - v Ald Anna s P roM - 
:■ i "What we are doing wa« fully who wa * Wismer s run 

vi considered and proposed by the | rdn ^ r ™ l,p ’ n Vancouver Centre 

E milk board over a vear ago." In ,ast JunP ® election. Both 
Then he filed affidavits taken " ppp dpfpa,ed 
, in October, two months after rhr ,p p gram was addressed 

a- the Scored s came to office, from 1 [? K Mr W *.* mr , r „ * nd , 

B a Vancouver Inwwer and an ^ e flT uar ; V 

I independent milk producer sUt- . ‘ concerned over pend 

Ing their impressions of a «ng cabinet act on re decision of 
I "confidential" meeting he tween ^‘Ik board. Am sure I sense 


days" w-i# ■ ■ 

No action on Ihe matter 1 IT lit I ItL't 

was auhaequentJy taken by the l iJl/ul 

Liberal government, which O 

went out of office last Aug- Ta 

Mr. Kiernan also filed a tele A-ell J30VV 
gram and a letter which he said 

were sent hy Aid. Anna Sprott. FWN I 

who was Cordon Wtsmer's run I If I |i I 
ning mate in Vancouver Centre vf 1 i CtlllYvl 
I" >U< -June* elKtion. Both NKW YOHK , AP , A drJ . 

M ^ rate* made search was on Wednesday 

Hie telegram was addressed . __ . . . • 

to Mr. Wismer. and was dated l'"* .T."' "*'"*"* ,h# 

February 21). 1952. It read: Pa Ptam and the captain s wife. 

" Deeply concerned over pend Mrand< * d ' n vu,d No »th Atlantic 
tng cabinet action re decision of **** on ,hp ^ nt * brokPn 0,1 


g tnetr impressions of a , ankPr 

■nn ririoni in l” milk board. Am sure 1 sense ... 

oniinemiai meeting netween . . „ ... . I wv-nlv-eleht crew momiion 

e mitir Kn.rH 07 v. t b ‘ f feeling of the people ror , M l| ' m <IP " members 

-r m lk diTtHbutor- rertly In thinking that the of ,br i^^r.an tanker Angv 

The meet in e wa* held linn ort 8' nal order should go |XVPrr * narrb ** d from the ships 
, v oi ,qv> through as stated lo various * ,rm * f t p r a night of terror 


the milk hoard and 23 Vancou- ,hr ,ee, J n * . ,hr P^P lp ror ' 


ver milk distributor* 


to the .ff Vancouver groups Women hen- ‘ ,,M of Npw York 

M MB milk hoard chairman F r ( arr w * nl Ponirola at producer level * hp b<,w ** no * *n -ight '* 
Of the new desks told the distributors that the or lba ‘ at ,paal ,wo Ul ? r ™' w s . hip ' ,,l# 

ool after attending official ***** had on a plan for . < Pn,s i‘ fre [ en, 1 ‘ a J in * ,ores Why ? : uitlrn* Am * rtran 'nei^hte-r 

ight This is one of the decontrol which would guar- not rl healthy competition 

\ f-thr n“ S u- r , th sntee a fixed price to farmers spUl * (hI * controversial Issue The rial home plowed on to- 
s lather, K. r. Kipling, for (heJr milk oprn lhp dMrl . and get this awkward baby off ward < herbourg. France, with 

button of milk to competition. your doorete P ? Our people are rhp survivor-, while the U.S. 

- 'ensure lhat no distributor oper not K pt, ‘ng sufficient milk, our Coast Guard took over the hunt 

ited at a loss and require the nutritionists, medical officers f °c *he imperiled eight who 

/ d a #■•/*/> ' bonding of all distributors. and f a mlly heads are Indignant wp re in the how when the 99.17- 
"# L ( This plan as outlined in the ovpr l°nR dP >ay after pro- ton Angy split in half three 

affidavits is almost Identical nouncement of decision made days ago. 

is' g with the one recently proposed • H^adviitedly in secret session Three t 'oast Guard cutters and 

r/> 1*1 h 11 f by the Socreds. Would appreciate your advice a plane were thrown tnlo ihe 

1 Mr. Kiernan then filed a ^*nde*t regards — "Anna E searrh, racing against time and 

clipping from a Vancouver Sprott. * the relentless sea In hope the 

days of constant enemy shell- newspaper dated January 24, A ,pMr r which Mr. Kieman how still was afloat with us 
Ing. Then, they had two ot , three days after the meeting, in ®^* d waa written to him by Mrs. human cargo, 
three days of complete rest and which the details of the *Vonf! Sprott on March 10 of this year Rem-ued crew members *aid a 

parties to enahle the men to dential" meeting were outlined complimented him for his "out- fire of undetermined origin 

blow off steam. + + * spoken and courageous stand" sparked racking explosions that 


Ann Kipling tries out one of the new desks at the 
(Jak Bay Junior High School after attending offidaJ 
opening ceremonies last night. This is one of the 
classrooms in which Ann’s father, R. T. Kipling, 
principal, will teach. 


Canada .s Force 
Off Battle Front 


Ing and SmelUng Co. fertilizer 
plant here. 

The men walked out as a 
culmination of 18 months of 


A spokesman for Stone A 
Webster said the strike was 
"illegal” and there would be no 


M.h .hi” ™ ,h ' m,in WCT1 

Ing company, Stone A WeK 

■ter. An arbitration award that A second walkout of con- 

struction workers In support of 

» I | ' bp Kimberley shutdown is 

lint U plciinio planned Thursday at the huge 
IT CltUlIIC ‘CMS power project at Waneta. 


Ing company, Stone A Web- 
ster. An arbitration award that 

Hot Well ome 
Promised 
For Red Jets 


ning water. Tourist homes are 
not eligible. 

Specific reasons for suspen- 
sion nf Ihe Individual mem- 
bers were not given by Mr. 
Warren. He said, however, 
that each member suspended 


*n>» foCosin* dlMMOh. 
r»bfu»rr IJ. Im> 1UM br»n rnr«.M) 
by r*o*or 

BY KORKKT Tl < KMAN 


SEOUL (APi. - The Com blow off steam 
monwealth Division ha* been 
withdrawn from the Korean . rpst Wa * 


h.. SET'S «nd Pla^.1 „ rS L. rn m Z 

... . serve for the first time since postnon last toner 


the Kimberley shutdown Is AAA requirements. it "wm formed in Julv'7<KrThe 1 and “ ^Uered its ammunition 

planned Thursday at the huge Thl * l J c,ddp * ,bp n * p ?!' t ,haf division was pulled off the line rMSPrvp * ,baf ,b <* men could 
CMS power project at Waneta. ot the unfavorable con- January 3^1 r, K h » on ' y until the ammunition 

near TralL Stone A Webster dl,lo ™ found ^ reporter- " * y . ^ J* .* . rnan In their weapons rxhaus 

are coniractors there include unscrubbed showprs. Amerhan and .south Korean . 

I clogged lavatory drains duii d V - **^®rts are placed in reserve 

Officials of the five AFL drinking glasses.' spattered mir P^riodcally in Korea. NOT 80 RBBTFl'L 

building-trade unions involved rors, unsanitary toilet seats This is the first time since But "restful November” meant 


The rest was needed Enemy] 
shelling so disorganized the 
RCR position last October 23 


ted. 

NOT SO REST Ft 


, + f + 

Hr also filed copies of three 
telegram* which he *ald were 
*lgned by Sen. 4. W. deB. 
Farris of Vancouver. The 
wires were addressed to lib- 
eral Premier Byron Johnson, 
Attorney General Gordon Wls- 
me r and Agriculture Minister 
Harry llowmwn 


in favor of decontrol. 

Mrs. Sprott in the letter 
aaid she beseerhed Ihe former 
government to allow a store 
differential “for the woman 
who is prepared to act as her 
own deliveryman— -all to no 
avail.” 

Mr. Kiernan also filed a tele- 


The content of all three tele- gram from Shannon Dairies, 


tore the Angy tn two behind the 
bridge 

Police Repin 
Stolen Cash 


a w building-trade untons involved rors, unsanitary toilet seats, This is the fir.t time «in«r But “test fu] November” meant grama was Identical. It read: Vancouver, dated January 25. ANGEL, Ore tAT* A 

(AP Iwwl ** ,d a delegation will fly to sticky doorknobs. littereJ ,be Commonwealth Division* period of Intensive training "Todays press release in 1952, supporting the milk youthful bandit made off with 

■lYsl liN the trouble spot Thursday to dresser drawers and medicine vVa ' tinned that Common- The brigade commander. Biig. dicate* complete revision of board's reported decontrol plan abou| *18.000 in a daylight 

WIESBADEN r thr mPn lo go J>ack ,0 fare powder and hair on WPaItb troops have not been on M. P. Bogert. kept his mest con method of distributing milk in Victor Howard Palitti, one of bank robbery here Wednesday 

-American fig'hter^Uo^ will work and *° a,arl ,alka ‘° dresser tops, dusty closet l,hP Rrlng line. siantly on the go— re learning Iv,WPr Mainland In my opln the signers of the affidavits b ut sta«e police said they ar! 


- American fighter pilots will , hp dteputr 
give a hot rei'eption in future — T — 

*° «ny CommunLst jets that -m m~ 

• '•rnr looking fm trouble over II. 

" '“it Germany a touted State* Jfg 
Air Force spokesman says. 

American pilots didn't have a 
chance to return fire when two #r §§ t* 
Soviet built MiG 15 s shot down ^ " 


shelve* and dusty lamps. 


The division is composed of * bp thousand^nd one things the lon Propoaal will lead to dls filed earlier. I* a brother of rewtewl a man and recovered the 

Canadian, British and Austral individual soldier must know n *PN°n of the industry at pur Walter Palitti, a director of money five hours later A stale 

lan infantry and supporting b »> w *o d « * bp n he's fighting ,,ha,pr and consumer level. as Shannon Dairies patrolman radioed that nn t« 

arm* and services. New Zealand on b ‘ a own. ' vr J ( l aa distributor. This means The other affidavit was signed year-old boy wa* caught with 

artillery, an Indian medical The third battalion of the r ‘ mba rras*ment in gov by Basil Gardom. president of the money at Mill City about 

u,dt and a small South African Patricias carried out during the . . pro '' ,ncp Submit the Independent. Milk Pro 40 mile* southeast n t here on 

| officer detachment. winter probably the most daring r *L *, ^ ° U L r ? ns,dPr dweers* Association of Vancou- » road through the ( Wade 

| Lieut.-Gen. William Bridge- piece of defensive f.eld work of W ” h Ran « r «« astern Oregon 

ford, retiring rommander in any of the Allied forces-build- ,, . ’ 0n * wi,h 'l WhPn Mr - Kiernan had filed The radio report said ^ *srv. 


iwTt^hlTri l,r " , ‘° n# Wi,h ' % Wh “ n Mr K,rrnan bad filed R The radi”re^r?MM n a sack- 
Hons fmm u. * ^Prrsen.a- all his documents he declared ful of money ,nd a Sato, 

IZ'JZ":* .""'y ih» prlvUef, ,h, r.r Z ZZJ Z'n 


Inside Today 

Tag* 

On the I jthor Front t 

4 estrrrfav In the legis- 
lature « 

Animal Question Box II 

Tl»e .Silver Chalice .. 12 
Duke Work*, rtav* Hard H, 
A Padre in Print M) 


Battle Starts 
On Successor 
IoTry «vie Lie 

J C 


yi . **ncin ifurKia.*. rarrieo out QUrtTlg the f . .. t / .J iwiik r*ro so mm 

/ ^ n+d'k. W* / , / , »» offi,Tr detachment. winter probably the most daring s , hou ' d nof * nn * ldpr dweers’ Association of Vancou- a roar 

L/Ol OllClllOtl . L,PU,Gpn - William Bridge- piece of defensive f.eld work of "!?" ° ° rdrr . wl,h * ur *' vpr Range 

a us F-84 ThimHrr tn it rYT-rvu.-A ,rn t n f ° rd ' rp,,rln 8 commander -in- any of the Allied forces— build- 1 oll , , r ’ V " f .' T1b >' r a"ons with-i W'hen Mr. Kiernan had filed The 

spokesman «ai7 W^tniid.v ^ ^P'-The Royal medals struck was made in the chief of Commonwealth force* ing barbed wire barricade, u Ith fjr , n * f * *2^?, rr P rpspn,a ' a 'l b '< documents he declared ful of , 

spokesman . aid Wednesday Canadian Mint has go, the go- Commons Wednesday by Ftn- .n Korea, told reporter* he in 75 yard* of the Chinese Com “T*" ’‘ Wp dn d '"-V »he privilege tn .hr 

Ihe decision to *hc»o, hack; ab *’ a d to produce an estimated ance Minister Abbott, who said though, the placing nf the divl- muntsf outpost posit.on* _ given this c onsider- of aperial interest* trying to driving 

was emphasized as Communist 3.000.000 Coronation medals to they will be distributed to the slon in reserve was a "very - 

• rechoslovakla. whose pilots he distributed (o Canadian children throughout the prov* good thing " yi a • ■■ ■ . , 

flew the MIG 15«. countered an *chool children. ince*. which havr the responsi- ENJOYING IT III Holhcr-in-IWIW ((Hfies ( Tallin" 

American protest over the in Announcement that the gov- 1 btlity for education. I).\ « /ill IIUIII — 

ndent with a counter-charge emment haa decided to h ave thel The medal will probably ^,,.^ 1^0^^ enJoylng w r fl - 

S.^r ; Battle Starts SfSjrJS's’w^^ Korea-Bound harouk bnoos Hilon 


Mothf r-in-Law (jhucs (jillin" 

r 


53 rt £l“ n Korea-Bound Farouk Faces Dilemma 

luoyil vl.il. Th.t mc-d.l'bo'^HEl R '«‘ m <-nt .ml OTTAWA (CP.-SqOn I .or ROME (R,ul,r.. _ Fomor ,h,rr w.. n „ denl.1 »hrtr„r th. . 

a likeness of the King and Ll, r J on : Pa Jobn MacKay^DFC. 33. of New kin K F*rotik of Egypt apfieam The spokesman aaid he had Farouk a marital re 

iQueen on one side with a map ' ^nad, an Light Infantry Westminster. B.C . who recently ,0 he deeply immersed in a no on the reason* for *eem« headed for^ 

of Canada on the reverse. ac ’ r , a J? adlan Ottawa * 416 Squadron to special kind of mother in law -Madame Sadrk'a current v(s»t nent ilumdown mil 

A Coronation award medal monwtal.h Dtvision m ' ^ 'ranaferrqtl . trouble Asked Ifit w.s connected wt.h .. 


Reuter*. — Former there was no denial 
ik of Egypt appears The spokesman aaid he had 
ply immersed In a no d * ,a U* on the reason* for 
id of mother in law -Madame Sadek'a current visit 
Asked If it wa* connected with 


rT\ . a . A Coronation award medal monwenJth Division m r ranee, has been trarwferTqdi trouble Asked If It was connected with 

n I rV^VlP I IP ^ a * *lc«ck in 1937 for the Cor- 1 Thp ('j, nir . wn , ,, ® Iti Ko ^T" f ?. r *. iou J of du,y Madame Asalia Sadak. mother anv _ message from Naguib, the 

-U * I Y wVIt Lilt <tnatjon of Kmg George VI hu, .JoJ Ti v a S,a,M Air of h, teenage, 1 wife. w„- re ^.man aa.d 

™™ », azjjrss*"* * — ks, srr. as — 

~ ~ ■a~«rr _ : — : — 1 ■-= • » Groszs: 


liver Chalice. . 12 L »e as secretary cenera! nt ,hr Queen Elizabeth Coronation I A • 

Dole Arrives in Britain 

... twn u/,,.,rn coin TTie designs will need the 

ocv eluding Canaria’a I u p * ° a PProval of the special Corona- HP \ i 9 * m 4*1* 11 I 

s s « ;: 1 0 ' lslt Ailing Mother 

" *• ■ clo.*e«l-door security council tr»vnnv .c-o ^ , 

sord 28 meeting by nominating Carlo* - T m 7 ^ Dukr I ,rlf, P b °ne talks with t| 

ac, Bridge 2* P. Romulo of the PhUippines II L arrived from New- Queen's doctor, hut had n 

■Uls .. 4 for the Job, Russia Countered by; U*IV« I J( ( t ION , Wednesday ntght m 1 s^ken to the Qu«*en herse 

rial News 7 putting in the name of ,he ‘ hl *. a,,ln8 R '>^ a rold "Q.,ee n Mary ha* revi 

Morllmore . < olumn 2 Polish foreign minister Stania f * I’’ • A • ? uprn Mar > sfx.ken on the telephone 

Uke That 24 law Skraeszcwskl >11111 rein Vim _ VV,,h blm or > ‘iw* »ner her life." he said "She 

One of the councila small 

powers, Denmark, then pro- BELFAST 1 Reuters! — Sinn 


'""“iti'i won nrr to rarniiKA , 

villa outage Rome an "tiltl- '? * morp "'"fidem Vrin. 


Whatever the at ate of 
Farouk ’■ marital relation*, he 
•eem* headed for an Immi- 
nent showdown with Naguib 
on Ihe Infant king'a future. 
A constitutional commission 
Egypt i* now studying th* 
question of whether to *crap 
the monsrrhy and establish 
a republic. 


A atm logy 29 

Bobhy Snx 25 

4 laaalfted 22 

4'nfnlca 29 

i 'row* ord 28 

Contract Bridge 2f 

Mltiirtih 4 

Financial News 7 

41. K. Mori, mo re's Column 2 

Ufe'a Uke That 24 

Patterns ... 1C 

Radio Program* .. , 22 

Social 1C, 17 

Sport g, • it 

Television 22 

Theatres 14 

Tom Taylor’s Column 4 

Uncle Wlggiiv ?» 


LONDON tCP » —The Duke 
of Windsor arrived from New' 
York Wednesday night to 
visit his ailing 85-year-old 
mother, Queen Mary. 

With him on the liner 
Queen Elizabeth, which dock- 
ed at Southampton, was hi* 
sister, the Princes# Royal. 
She rut short a five wee If* 


mantm” from Premier Mo- drn ' Pd rp P or1 " «ha» Onre Farouk allows his son 

hamed Naguib, the man who d, '? rrPd h [* 19 Y^raM to return to Egypt, he will lose 

forced the portly monarch off rri , h . lr # V n ‘* hf ' ,h " f ,hf ,h ' onr w *l»n ”n which hta 
his throne last j u | y . [ ^rmer quee n win .Mm chances of returning 

The ultimatum the report 7 L muk "? d rp,uni w,,h ,roni depend 

•aid, threatened to end the , V klP * ,n / * iro ,hal fbr,f On the other hand if Egypt 
dynasty and establiah an Egyp- 0,1 ^ r9nr>% ou ' an y P' a n' to ^*ab- 

Man republic unless Farouk Pta>Prtl " . ' ‘ mm m * n U * hh * r 'TubMc. both Farouk and 

permits hla 14 month-old son _P pcUn < * aecond child. his son will lose nut, 


i*l«>nhnna « 11, ... . ' Permits hla 14 month-old ton. 

U » . J h TL\ K ‘ n ' Ahm "' Eu.rt 11. 10 rf turn 

n °.' 'n Calm for hi, upbringing, 
spoken to »he Queen herself. w u i. M . - 


powers, Denmark, then pro- BELFAST (Reuters) - Sinn , ., C r Z » , 

JSJ. P ? f 7 >n - ra " ada » -x- Fetn. the extreme Irish Repub. She cut short a ^,v Jw^if 

president* o'f ^the^encTal As- UC “ n P *' 1Jr * Tur9day announrpd to ,h ® Wwt Ind »^ »° nr- 

sembly. 1 *dll conte*t at the next elec ( lurn ,n bp f mother * bedside 

The council took no decislnn ,,on a ^ Northern Ireland’s 12 , Mary, who i* suffer- 

M — ,y r ; ,n ^ 

•gam r riday afternoon. \Aea,min»ter. The r»„w. .,,.4 s. .J' 


a ~ Q T n U MAdwcne Hadek. des,rlbed 

Queen Mary has never w* ambitious woman. " 

stxrken on the telephone in rna? ^ iry]nK lo . T , |t , 

She ,B hrr d *ughter to accept Na- 

scared of it guib’a terms. It added, because 

.really relieved That »he she prefers tn he grandmother 

Queen i* reported recovering, of . reigning king than 

he ,old reporter*: ”We were mother In law of an exiled 

very worried last week " one, 

Fhe Duke said he didn't Farouk * apokesman issued a 
know how tong he would stay string of denial* about a swarm 


Winch, Kiernan Clash 


In Britain, indicating It de 


Sr w-cSS ~ w 

m«lh,r In law rf „ -,llrf rf.1 In -h. InUnlrfur. yrflnrtAy he know, L,^l^T f m 

’ . . He clashed with Agriculture lo know about pumnln* mtiu 

••rin, nt rftnbl. .haul . ~,m , ormrr Chilliw.fk op , r uM , h „ lh , ™ , 


Th, rn,.. ZZTnn ■■ r ~ r "'‘ "" lh * Ih, villa 8u. an nna pain. " rv 

Tk, Duk. «W to tod two I non. I -in, ra pari ad ulilmalu™ - PSU nu<y . 


everylhing about 
-but they don’t." 


everything 





NOBODY UNDERSELLS 


DISCOUNT 

VETERANS 


~ DODDS 
KIDNEY 
PIUS , 


on the purchase of 


1 **o lie * 0 
pi»* *L 


716 YATES 


WHERE CREDIT'S A PLEASURE 


fiailM (Colonial VkioH.. t c., n„r.„ M.rd, 12 . 1953 


is Month 


' uhlTf additional help la re- 

mtv m V|c «1 

hr month’s F, * u,< “ ; to support the stand 

» ,o lh . ,,,a ’ 1,10 Uvr-day work week l« 

pro valent in (lr«*ilsr Victoria 

were lompiled by the federation 

ly ii* under tore J "" 1 *boueit that In firms 

rrvloe corn H " h 10 or n,ore employees, 73-3 

rot ri.i.m.,- ,,i ' t irnt ar *‘ on M,< * short week, 
r. I rah.net uh ,lr- rjrms W| „ lm Qf ^ ^ 

employee* are KJ | ,*r rent on 
r £ , “ ' ,|w ' t,,or, '"*«*• The statistics 

I Servants' * rom ,h * department of 

labor, said Mr Sammon. and 
slrn-e 1 hey. were eornptleii other 


legislature in a hill introduced 
by James Bury KVK Van- 
couver Centre) 

Maintenance of union 
bor.ship for both present and 
new unionists is sought as a 
condition of employment. Super 
vision by the Uhor Relations 
Hoard on strike votes bv em- 
ployees lockout votes by ern 
ployers or on submission of 
settlement offer to either 
requiring a vole,- would he 
eliminated under 
amendment. 


lores!, || parties" mid the min 
Kter before making regula 
Dona k«*\ eriuug lu procedure. 

mem . - The amendment also would 
*»* ou * Uiat the I .flB has 
power In Interpret a trade union 
constitution. 

Among numernu* 
amendments asked i® the re 
quiremenr that all decisions and 
a rulings of tlie hoard he given 
side i„ writing. 

Amendments are also sought minister 
proposed to the Annual Holiday, Art. in- 


son. ( < K. The an would r« unions ala, 
quire equal pay for male and duced melt 
female mm do\ re* "for work Minister l.v 
of comparable character dune to mak<’ It 
no in Hie same establishment. 1 * uniform ov» 
Differences m rales of p. 1N worker* on 
h.tved on ariv fa, lot othet U|*fl 
other sex would not constitute a fall 
tire to comply with the section 
Failure to comply with provl 
lon.s of the act eottld result in a 
fine nnt exceeding $100 The 

of labor would he te 

quir.eti to consent in writing to 


more 


ATTENTION 
Night Hawks! 

See Island’s Largest 


creasing to tw 


Other acls concerning trade 


a strike or a lockout 


boosting to -1 per cent from 2 
per it-nt the annual holiday pay. 

A new act, Ihr- "Kqual l*ay 
Act, IS 5 S," has hern Intro- 
duced by Mrs laiura -lauiie- 


Some much sought amend 
men!* to the Industrial Cnncili 
• t Ion and Arbitration Act by 
trade unions are before the 


W oat h or Fo roc as t 


• ” ' "" w wn»f I dm trying to »v. 

nroo rrr' B, T n| 4 r *T‘"*t«T "ill admit that 
Lb n f! * n,le ,H>dv men. dhlns a in.d 
JOD. But who ran l*> ration* I Mhoui proofreaders* 

nmof P ^ei y * ,0 ’ “ f m “ ,,ono,w "tout Printers and 

fhTaTlow a s' S***™'"' 1 mPan ’ 

to Ln her 1 PlP ° f lo " from om <*oi v 
j£ T h [k !J n™*"* out of both 

J,,d in thfllllrt <1n *'u‘ ’ hMpppn ver >' oflw - does it? 

H*lf t J? • U,Urr \ V ;*d'^-dav lhat Sociaj Creditors 

Proof readers Ji hhuw ,h ‘* poor ° ,(i printers and 

[ „ hT rl , L 0r m,r ou n Di»* lake*, too. The printers 
Paoer r °U'>f art0rS *** ,,lP scapegoats of everv'riewX- — Terttny t hmn 
namPh«^f'„T Alteon claim* ihal hi. 

in^nnt^M pr ,lr *>“ ho™ chars,-.) 

pnnt with armed robbery instead of speeding in a 

% Z «Tn'? e 1 Kl , i,p '' falla h*<-k on .Bfi! 

it won a Zl| U " ***■ 'nwaphtatl orrob 

•That oJd alibi it was a falls back on 
i n council awarded the garbage contract to 
! mwt ** to ° h,1rd «n the printers and 
C Th ° V d ° K<XXl WOrk most of the tirni 

But their failure can be spectacular. 

* * • 

_ f |v v%el1 known that our finely-wrought news 
• soon us *’ ,, ,o fish. b£i » "?oe 
.Ills 5* r Ii , h tSr* bou J* dos '' r ^' 1 ' a well-edited shroud 

T ;,n 

^mothi^ ' We d ° ° Ur be ’" 10 hav * lhp « moar 

For this reason we blow 
errors, scarce though they 
gibberish. 

Sixteen proofreaders 
lives of a free press, the 
make us unhappy. ’’Too bf 
things being the way they f 
kind. 

‘.So they put some proofreaders 
me average newsman is likely to ren 
a °°ut tome well its so they put 
of a free press plaom shrdlu. 

Allied forces advan<ed all 


A sparkling gift for the bride- 
u,h * « h *t will pur ,n extra 
sparkle in her future. 


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mlnutri I«»rt knv »«lrr ilfriuct 

n«iMidta •Ch? jgrrts 

til«fi-*» aoo lovcat) Haourl 12 mjau 
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BAROQUE LEAD 
CRYSTAL .Ml 


* ereelp 


Sherbei*, each *3.7R 

(’hampagne*. pach *3.Tb 

Liqueurs, each *2.30 

Wme*. each *3.oo 

riarers. each *3.30 

Gobletj. each * 3.73 


Shem each 

Juice*, each... 
I'ncktaiJg. each 
9-or. Tumblers 
Sherbet Plates., 
12-or, Tumblers 
each 


AST TKMPKR ATI’RK 

w today ^ 

fh today 

St'NRIM (Mi «rssrr 

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<P»»lfl« •••» 4 «i 4 Tim, i 

MARCH 

'*M* 2, 1 iwK* » «""• Hl Tloi* Hi 
’ M "HU n m m rt. II M Ft 
i sa i a 4 a so to i u an n in u i 


JhHh Pattern 

Etched Glasswart 

sherbet*. Footed Juice*, 
( 'la ret*. Wines, Cocktails. 
Liqueurs. Champagne* and 
Pilsner*. 


our caps when printers’ 
are. reduce our work to 

arrested. As represent a- 
news f rom Bor, In should 
ad, we ought to say. Rut 
are, we say nothing of the 


i t HMTIRK, kkfkigkrators, 

WASHERS, RADIOS. 
RANGES, ET< . 

Bought under the Veterans’ 

Re establishment f'redit Plan 
or the Veterans' Land Act. 


Wh».*k\ CockiaiJ/ each 
Tumbler* old taahioi 
earh . . 

High Rail.* each . 


Another 

F. W. FRANCIS 

Service; 

All Wedding 
Gift.* 

Gift Wrapped 
and 

Delivered 


Ready Mixed Exterior Paint 

Dark Grey, Medium Grey and Brown 
*3.50 Per Gallon 

EXTERIOR PAINT 

White - Cream - Green 
From $3.75 to $1.95 Per Gallon 

INTERIOR PAINT 

$ 1.95 and $5.95 Per Gallon 

ALUMINUM PAINT 

For Various Purposes 
$3.r>0 Per Gallon or $12.50 for 1-Gallou < 

COVIE AND BROWSE 
ALWAYS SOMETHING DIFFERENT 


across the Korean 


Father liuek ley 
Dies in Hospital 


1210 Ikoiglaft St 


<lrv. My Pontifical Requiem Mas* a» 
mer to a m Tuesday. The remains 
rdes will he m «i,*te at Lourdes 

I Church from Sunday evening 
unill Tuesday morning. 

Prayers will be offered Sun- 
day and Monday evening* at * 
Arrangement* ate being made 
by Hayward s Funeral Home 


Chicle, the ha«i* of chrwin, 
gum. is an important fnre* 
product in British Honduras. 


IRON and 
METALS LTD 


To make transparent soap, 
sugar honey or alcohol Is added 
during manufacture 




CLOVER 


SIV j a Ml nu.TT 

Church. Willow* died in In* 
fiKih year yesterday ai Mount 
S' Mary's. 

Father Buckley nerved a* p«< 
lor of ihr Willow* rhurrlt from 
1919. having been ordained in 
19! 1. He was forced lo give up 
h:* paatotalr because of nine** 
• bout three year* ago and had 
beep in Mount Si Mar s until 
the time of hi* death , 

He was a native of Nova 
Senlia. 

Most Rev James M Hill will 


And it makes oceans 
of rich, white suds! 


for tchool doy lunch#*, th. | un ch 
box or evening tnockt . . . tend- 
wuhei mode from Clover Leof 
Salmon or Tuna are always welcome. 


Avoid Z tiresome washday chores V 

New CHEER is really diflcrcnt . . . with a difference 
you notice the moment you open the box. It'# HI A l. f 

And now CHEER has an amazing now whitener wo 
coll "Bluo-Magic" . . . not |u*t an added bluing hut a 
new whitening, i gent so effective you never need blue again! 
C boor's oxclutivo whitoning ogont — "Bluo Mogic" 

—means you can cut out two bothersome washday 
chores . . . bleaching (except for stubborn *pols) and 
bluing f Cheer’s magic blue granules billow up into oceans 
of sdow-white suds . . . husky dirt-chasing suds that 
guarantee you the cleanest Mashes possible . . . without 
bleaching or bluing! 

\ P S. You’ll love CHFF.R for 
_ f fY d ,shcs - Gives oceans o, white suds 

^ ? T*Jt ! ( ) ) in a • • • K c *' $l»"ware and 

^ dishes sparkling clean without *>/>- 

,n *‘ Dclightlully scented . and 
so gentle lo your hands! 


Quality 


G4179 


CHEER GUARANTEES YOU THE CLEANEST, WHITEST 
WASHES POSSIBLE -- My/>out B/eachrna op Sfottes? P 


This advertisement is not 
published or displayed by the 
Liquor Control Board or by 
the Government of British 
Columbia. 


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HOSTESS ( II A IKS 

spring seats and 
■fered backs. WO! 
FUL VALUE at 


WOOD PANEL REDS, a 

selection of odd BEDS at 
one-third off regular prlre. 


SHOWER < CRTAINS. a 

*e lection for every home. 
Regular 2-98. SPECIAL. 


B-PI1K K DINETTE SUITE 

In maple. Slightly used. 6 
chairs. ONLY 


5PIE( E (HESTER FIE ID 
SUITE, handmade. In wine 
damask. A real buy at 
only 


2- PIECE DAVENPORT 
SUITE In frieze, green, 
wine, mushroom. 


i • PIECE CURVED SEC- 
TION \l. (II ESTER FIELD 
SUITE with grrv dama>k 

rover. 


2 PIECE D A V E N PORT 
SUITE in tapestry cover. 
Real value at onl\ 


TABLE LAMP SPECIALS 

Floor Sample TABLE 
LAMPS a large «eler-tjnn 1 0 Q f 

for a wonderful rholre */0 I 111 
SPECIAL at / L 


SPRING - FILLED MAT 
TRESS nn box spring with 
legs 4 ft. iize only. Reg. 
to 199.00. 


2 riE< r SNVDER ( HEST 
Eft FIELD SUITE In deep 
Breen frieze. SPECIAL 


Try it ... If you don’t ogre* 
Skin Specialist's Fociol help* 
your tk in look lovelier in 
1 0 day* . . . your money back I 
Clip coupon below I 


SPRING-FILLED MATTRESSES 

Ivmg wearing SPRING- sturdy qualify SPRING- 
FILLED MATTRESS. Reg KILLED MATTRESS Reg 
•T»tO SPECIAL. 19 50 SPECIAL 


(WEST 


•.drawer 

Keg. 79.00- 

•►DRAWER ( HEST. 

Reg •*.190 — ” 

s DRAWER ( HEST. 

Reg 

MHHIK <1 ( BOARD. 

AH’ solid m«l»lE Rrc 
fHROMK CHAIRS 
regular Value up 
is,. yi SPECIAL 


• Have you been longing for a completion that win* 
compliment* that look* suiter, smoother? 

Then we urge that you, too. try Nouema * *lm- 
ple %ensihle 4-*tep Beauty Routine. It wax devel 
°ped bv a great ikm *peci»li*t. In artual clinical 
te*t*, it helped 4 nut of 5 women look lovelier. 

Here are ju*t two uhn report amanng improve 
ment for dry »k,n and help for heating btermshr* 
Hundred* report similar results. 


Save the*# direction*! Follow them daily 
for a lovelier. looking complenonl 

^ »*erei»f- 1 , "Creem-weitt ' ter tKerewgh 

4 «leen«ing| App'v Not/rin# lihetally to 
it (are **vl ne.-lr Then with a damp rloth 
c r^-. wrung nut in warm »>'*r rrt«m »nh" a* 
^ ~ M »»P *«rer How r|e#n vmir 

}\~y\ \\ •*'" •■"X*? Nnt dry or drawn' J. Arp's 
\ t Notreme a* a lone lasting pr.wder haw It 
' j\ helpi protect vmrr «lnn all day. 


CHROME SETS 


A good selection. 

re~ $ 00.00 Only 


Solid oak OFT If']’ 
CHAIRS «Vh arm* 

Sllghllv used Rpc 

25 §n ONLY 


APPLIANCES 

Ranges, Radios. Refrigerator*. H paters, Floor 
Furnace* and Other*. 


leaning! J. "Creeiw waih" egeie with 
4je**o (eaa Nrtrrmi See how tt 
• war make up end dir* 4. Now apple 
Notrema a« emir night cream in halp you* 
•bin look totter and «mno«het Pat a hit 
e**ra near en» hlemiehee to help heel them 
le»t I » ' e a meln-aiai* cream that • the *e 
rretl Graaaeieaa, too No rmeary late' 


Hellfea. Af>*r n»ir* Nntrema a 

abort lima, it helped flfar tip and 
impinve the appearance u< mr 
• bio lay* Marinn Hmwn. 1 Now 
t m oarer wilhnnt it *' k 


COFFEE TABLES 

A Good Selection for Every Tasfe 


STANDARD FURNITURE 

VIEW STREET 


lerenle. "ftoufh. dry abm aeaar 

troiiMn me," ter* Nancy Eagan. 

I u»« Nuioma io help beep my 
rwmpleyinn perfectly aimrath If* 
lha only cream for me " e- 


Check I hr "Classified" column* for 
Week-End Specials 


look lotfeltef offer! 

40* NGXZEMA for t9 


Noxzomo work *— or monfiy back I Nmtrma 

t* • mnhcatrd formula That * one secret of it* 
amanng efTerbvenn** Follow simple direction* *f 
right for 10 day* If nnt delighted wtth result*, re- 
turn j«r to Nnxxem*. Tornntn -your monev hack' 
Take advantage nf Look Lovelier Offer today! 


| ^ u«» thi* Inal jar tea how much 
* Inva liar your complexion look*. 

2* then »ay a money by getting 

GIANT 10 or JAB only $1.25 
low, tad time sidy! At 4 rug *r cetmetit t Punter* 


DOWNST AIRS IN SCOLLARD BUILDING 


VIEW ST., -Iiifet I p From Dougla* 


Total Outlay 
On Defense 
Estimated 


O Low Income Ignored, ! >ricsl Sentcmc(i 

rf^ywzin n ri «, , -Hotel Blaze In Morals (,ase 

17 K I Vl Ik ill I Wh t»kJ KANSAS CITY <AP* An ex COVINGTON K\ (API 

W - -’ll HUM I. S & ^ ^ * MosCOM.1l!. I 


BatllJ (Eulmnal. VKtana, • C 
Thurtdoy. March 12. lfSl 


Due 


BV KKITH M SMITH * 

d rum AP. Hi e. ( P, Uculer*) OTTAWA <CPI- Two Britlsl 

The f filer* l cabinet in OUftvu will nol suspend Canada* Columbia memlvrs. one a Pro 


The Sidney Health Council 
will hold a chest X-ray clinic 
in St. Andrew's liall March 18 


WII I/UUKH: If* " w Cs ~ L_r' Vn. i WlAftlh^i^C KANSAS CITY 1 API An ex COVINGTON Kv. iAP» — 

\\f ^ Uil? -Til 111 Iff I pfoMon m f clothing More Rov . , tru ^ n T MoKOWftc. 42, ^ ****** ***** Council 

| wl BV KKITH M SMITH ^ »h at s p r”' a d through * hotH a Roman Ca,hoUc P ,los ' m aLI^Th 

I mill It II ( I rum AT. BU'P, ( I*, Reuler'l OMAV\A ((Pi Iwn British I mils, referring particularly rooms above ihe store an rf cons let ed h> a federal jury n ‘ Andrew n 11, til March 18 

RIVERS Man (Cpi The The federal cabinei m Wlawi will not suspend Canada a Columbia members, one a Pr.» *o houein S rood 111 . mu, in vart c>u *« 1 »»»^ dp * ,h UJ of OM< * h,m *' Tuesday of taking a 14 year-old and ,9 - the hours uf 

cost of Canada s threpyear d*- new frnehi raie increaae pending hearing of an appeal from g revive Cfonservallve and Ihe oua parts of Ihe country. \ * ° *0* , ! crn!t8 a ,,np tor jm- 1 J P 1,1 and 79 p.m. On March 

x ssr-- *r “ st — h “ ~ ~ 


•it housing eoiidllliwu* in varl- 


rust of Canada s three year d- new freight rate Increase pending hearing of an appeal from gresslve Conservative and ihe mis parts of Ihe country. 


*•■ r. - * - - *A[ienmg proceeainss were twenty oz ■*.* nt 

« •*mj*l*-i»» in 1954 will l»e $5,227 indicated in ihe House of nmmons. that the government has forgot- marked by two divisions. Mem damaged badly. 

i m hi, i h io. Defense Minister Oax * * ten ihe low-income earner. bent voted 140 to 50 against a r~~ 

i"ii said Wednesday. In Ity Main * Commons, in I^ondon, E. S Johnson. Conservative m .. linn ... Irthn n .., f ^ 

■peaking to members of srrr.j MP for Blackley who once ranched in British Columbia w«» ; old H " " ■ , « ' n 1 • Vancou- * _ ' ' ' r fj _ 

■ nd slatI Tu.-»d«> it,.,. «V II aid Urluln locals ahoui JUO.OOO. verQuadra -aid ,he E o«rn <■ _• ^ ■ , an.rr , for IWtow 

,, aUUon Mr r , , , , moni has ‘discarded H hail ondence dealing with 

*»ald Hie figure included c\ The CIO Cnltrd Steelworkers got a new president Wednesday lr ^ for ^tripcd, pains, Lor '‘ r ' ’ ai L . 1 ’^ ^ "HE_ 


in prison. 


p.m. to 3 p.nt. 


<*>*ir estimate f-.i the . Murray Novembei 9 I rural led by ihe USW eaecutive board -Immed n was protecting the * Jjf , ^' ,rl 

J« Irieluded $1,172.1X10 01X1 lot was David J McDonald, secretary-treasurer of Ihe union since working man The* 1953 51 bud- 11 rrv ° ' ,v mnipeg. 
personnel, $2,729,000,000 for it was organized by Murray in 1936. e et “show* how phoney that Minutes later, members voted 

equipment and $1,303,000 ntx* * * * appeal has been." 138 to 51 against another at 

fur operations and maintenance A Paris dispatch says British Field Marshal Viscount Mont- Angus Macinnt* <CCF. Van- tompt by E. D F*ulton iPC. 

The minister said this **x- g ornery has decided to drop his role as Russian Marshal Mont eouver East by said the wealthy Kamloops* to obtain reports on 

fvnditure will nol < urnplete the gomerovsky and leave behind his Russian fur cap and greatcoat will benefit most from ihe tax defense department adminiMra- 

program, but 1954 objectives when he conducts a staff exercise for officers of the NATO, rebel m tlic budget. 'ion. 

util be met on time The pro- “Unfortunate advance publicity," it was learned, had spoiled the "Before w> begin to frfve In the debate. Mr. Green said 

gi.im <•', sts more tor each of fun of the thing. handouts Io the well-to-do, we that only a new government 

* * * should try to clean up some of could make substantial savings 

at the peak of Hie war, h„r it Lor the fourth successive year, according to the Bureau of r-*, „„ olir „ , # 

i* 'teing paid for ie we g<* ’ Staii*iirs in Ottawa, t record numb*'t of babies were born in , , lr ». referred to siterulatinn 


* Statist ii-s m Ottawa, a record number of babies were born in 
at Canada during 1952. advancing the bfrth rate to the highest 
level tn five year* and the second highest since 1922. Births 
totaled 393.024 15.612 moie than in 1951. 

* * * 

The Canadian joint staff in London announces that ihe 
Duke of Edinburgh will visit the 27th Canadian Brigade in 
Germany March IS. during a tour of British army. 1i5vy; add 
air force units in Germany. 

* * * 

Vaneouver police Wednesday charged 22 operators of 11 
, service stations with violating the city's new filling station clos 
l ing by-law. tine station, convicted earlier is appealing 


own doorstep," said >lr. Mac 


Noted Sin^ei 
Jolm Goss 
Dies in Britai 


Mr Claxton remained at Canada during 19.52. advancing the birth rate to the highest °° r * ***** ** * ‘ r ' ** that the government will po*i- 

Rtve/s overnight. level in five years and the second highest since 1922. Births _ _ |M»ne an election until next 

totaled 393.024 15.612 mote than in 1951. Yxxlxwl C! n<VA „ spring. Lilwrml members, he 

ril * * a lllllt (I * 'lllilt I said, are now finding out that 

IIHLHT I ‘I V The Canadian joint siaff in London announces that ihe ^ *he 1953-51 budget Isn’t so 

1 U V riuke of Edinburgh will visit the 27th Canadian Brigade in I 1 “wonderful." 

P a .v Germany March 18. during a tour of British army, navy-; add V 0 1 1 II VrOSS Mr. Green suggested that 

lipt 1 1 1)1 |s I lllp glr fo,ce un,,s m Uerm » t1v working mothers should be al- 

ILIUllin LFUC * * * rv* l> S • lowed to deduct fop income tax 

/v . \an«M»« V er police Wednesday (t.arged 22 operator* of 11 1 1 1 III mllHUl Purposes the expend of earing 

( II | in *i I ' w,4h ’ fltttnR Matlon ckw 111 1,1 fnr theIr ch|| 

vllflWfl llllles station, la appea ,, M Kni . ( cPi— wnrlring ^ houra 

OTTAWA fCPi Refunds ^ l Jf,h " , Goss ’ ^‘l-known vocal Outof-town travel and living 

running Into hundrerls of thou / / /kllfVI/F It S' who lived in expense* of building trades 

sands of tfdtlors will he ma*te by L 4 1/ A It / \ “7 j ()1 l / /!/ />. f j 9 '"™ 1 U °. 1 ’ 11 h * fc d ld at should be deductible, he said. 

♦v., r „. ,. nil _ #Usr .__,^ _ _ - 1 f*) ^ his home here. He was 58. 

rcx»n ue department am re r->. * Hie government should re- 
sult of a government decision to Vflff * wp11 known ' n F,n P'al the sales tax on goods nur- 

Ml the lOjKT.ent sales , H .\ *377f//^/|*S U(X\ \jGCi( lo ^ ^ h '' " ie Lond " n chased hv municipalities, or 

Iron, gas and oil furnaces and ,une * drsi ritx-d as a larg. manufactured hv them for their 

air conditioning units. VANCOUVER «CP. The than the m-,re lucrative day '^i nLure *2^° own us ° hp M ‘ d * » nd the fed I 

A department official said lunch-totmg day enact, pa«xen* roaches. ‘ lkh eral government should stop 

Wednesday that the refunds, ger c» a favorite with Cana- The hoard i« hearing B.C.’s I^r rM *J ,dlenC ” * ° V ' >r "overtaxing" the taxpayers at 

• 'Bering u,e tax pad or, sales dtan railways. application for a reduction from V ' M . , their Income sources. This year 


’SPRING, 


In Lovely 


I * lUll'M, pi* I I ’ tt • T 

covering the tax pad or, sales dtan railways 


* — r- , — -■— * ...» , , iin.wiire .-uuivn*. vrai 

unUs '" n ‘‘ p Nt'P'cmber, ] an Warron. Canadian Pacific 4 5 cents a mile to four cents c,oss ^ PnL *« Canada ,n 1940 , some 2.000.000 Canadians would 
be made to the manu- Railway general traffic man- a mile in line with the rest of and settled in \ ancouver. where e ,., 585.000,000 

In many ca*e* it is aj*er. explained why heforc the Canada. ,,r * lr,d a ’^^ching studio. which the government had col- 

the manufacturer* will Board of Transport Commis On the Vancnuvcr-Calgar\ r The Times said: “By means |p,-(/vi. 

rpftfml In 1 ho nnn l.orA run n Hav cntieli lu'A.thirHo full nf thn InHivi/liial rnrii ql hnlrxarl • - 


Of these units *m<** September, i an Warron. Canadian Pa 
15* I. Will be made to the manu- Railway general traffic i 
aciurert. In many case* it i» *ger. explained why hefor*’ 

c * ../•/ uv( the manufacturers will Board of Transport Commis Dn the Vanmuvrr-Cnlgary! The Times said: “By means 
Inin over the refund in the run sioncrx here run. n day roach two-thirds full of the Individual recital, helped 

Mimer if the consumer a*ks -p, M . mHrr , p„ss4*ngeis hung u " h 90 passengers gives the not only by a sympathetic bar!- 
* .‘ r * , 4 In man* revenue than the plush- SL285. Mr. Warren said, tone voice, transparent sin- 

i ne refunds, which ma\ r uiing club r^r customers. H ,lt « lull sleeping car with 10 eerily and fine musicianship, 
range between $10 and &ui on .. ... . . . . rwims carries only 20 pattsen- but also by a determination to 

individual Items, will cover lh ’ 1 a " n f ' x|, h ,fP " gers wh*» pay a l-dal of $798. sing good but little known 
more than r-u-K, fur,, ..re* an, I * ^ 0,1 ,h# * »'*"’“*• ninMype cars, songs, he quickly became one, 

aiM-onrlltiorun unit* sold tonce (h , . , o.,., h r . m "ith roomettes and bedrooms, of the must popular singers of 

September. 1951, Z * *! >I ' .. UrlMsh Lo, “ rn * the take is only $774.75. hl« age- 

tk- i hia preter sleeping cars rather K 

' h" decision to lift the * fl ies . JL, 

tax from l his type of equipment 

a ihe tariff \jtrlli 

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department has |»i rwi 

exempted coal and wrval f„ r / l(tll$ I O H III Hi 

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Th« tariff hoard, hearing an puhllxhed » message Wcdnr-s- I 

appeal from an Edmonton ca* ,lfl - v frnm Nort h Korean Pre.si- \ 

ftir oa< e manmaciurer ruled K,m 11 Sunc s,a '''ig that 
that parliament intended .hat hp P ,nns '? ‘ ,hc Kor ’ H 

gas units also he exempt. war hv w ' nn ‘ n K **• Thr H 

The revenue department, go- *?«?■«* ,n , * ,r ^J^mmunUt H 
r„-,hnr j, k Party organ said: “The Korean 

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Used Clothing Gifts I efD1A8 “ ^ 7 

Vo Use to Red Cross I j 

Pctwoi the Rrftlxh 

who send gifts of used clothing flood areas. ( 

to ihe Red Cross for European — — — J 

flood relief are hampering 
rather than assisting the so-, _ 

off, ■ H H 


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Just everything, in color, in 
fabric, in style and in your 
size. Trimly tailored, loose 
swinging casual style, they’re 
all here, alive with lovely color, 
priced for your budget. 


. . . and speaking of budgets, 
there’s a budget plan of pay- 
ment at Mallek's. and ii costs 
no more. 


DOUGLAS 


RED LABEL 


Margaret K Wilson. *-\rm- 
live Monetary of ihe Cananian 
Ret Cross Society who has Just 
-returned from a five-week tour 
SH^-lbe flood areas, said 50.0UO 
Ions of unwanted used riothing 
from Canada and the United 
Stales is now piled In Nether- 
lands dump*. 

During Ihe emergency period 
ol the floods the clothing had 
I-, Ih» suited by hand, occupying 
l.tKXi workers 21 hour* a Uav. 

’ll is natural that (ample 
think first ol used clothing 
When asked In, help in 
»ti -asters. But in ihe case of 
• he Red Cross gifts of money 
can he put in mgeh better use 
than bundles of clothe* If p**o- 
pie would only sell the clothes 
I hey would like in donate, and 
send the money to ihe Red 
Cross, we ran buy what Is 
needed most In the distressed 
areas and send It on their be- 
half - 

Miss Wilson said the Cana- 
Hi, in National European Flood 
Relief fund has now reached 
$L 152.937, of which $617 713 

has been spent on conKlgninrnis 


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Under Some Suspicion 

T IE federal transport board will place A more disturbing factor than the im- 
it.self under some suspicion if the mediate loss such an interruption of 
present estoppel on Trans Canada Airlines growers' ’ contracts would imply is the 


for February 15 is now to be pegged to a 
wholly separate application by the Cana- 
dian Pacific Airlines on a new east-west 
air freight license. If the nationally-owned 
air line is in a position to make a .'VI to 35 
per cent reduction in its air cargo charges, 
as it so announced in January last, what 
has that to do with a permit for a new* 
service by a different concern now before 
the board? Would the estoppel have been 
invoked if the TCA had been asking for 
an Increase? 

As matters stand. Vancouver Island cut 
flower producers have in large part com- 
mitted themselves to this season's con- 
tracts, including the heavy Easter trade. 
In this they relied upon the direct 
announcement of the nationally-owned air- 
line Nothing was said in January by the 
federal transport hoard in so far as the 
growers or the public were aware. To 
withhold permission now would he *o 
throw considerable losses on those grow- 
ers who have already contracted for the 
shipment east by air of their Easter out- 
puts. a trade which ruas into material 
sums in the total The delay is damaging 
and should be cleared up. 


two airline systems in the mind of the 
federal transport hoard. That recalls 
another occasion on which Vancouver 
Island received slight consideration indeed. 
TCA a few years ago announced and ap- 
plied a reduction in passenger fares 
between the island and the mainland on 
through tickets, giving island air travelers 
the advantage of the lower air mileage 
rate across Canada. Objection was taken 
before the transport body, and most of the 
benefit of this reduction was whittled 
away 

Is there anything wrong with a reduc- 
tion in air charges if they can be offered 
to the public and in these cases were? 
This paper praised the air express move 
when it was announced by TCA in Jan- 
uary as forward-looking and progressive. 
What is now the sticking point, the reduc- 
tion or the board's pending review of a 
totally separate application for license by 
a different concern? Certainly Vancouver 
Island flower growers have some right to 
feel that they have been misled What- 
ever the reason for It. an early decision is 
essential to cut unnecessary island losses 
in the Easter flower trade. 


One-Chamber Government 


D R. Arthur Beauchesne, an acknowl- 
edged expert on parliamentary affairs 
who for quarter of a century was Clerk 
of the Commons, has put forward an 
Interesting suggestion on reform of the 
Senate. From the angle of patronage it 
may not appeal to the federal govern- 
ment, since it would cut this plum in two, 
but it is the more pertinent for that very 
reason. His proposal is to have half the 
Senate filled by appointees of provincial 
legislatures. 

He reasons with some relevancy that 
the present make-up of the Senate, which 
is overwhelmingly packed with Liberal 
nominees, does not carry out the inten- 
tion of the Confederation Fathers.* That 
it does not. The original idea was to have 
a second chamber of some independent 
merit, one that would provide the checks 
and halances that every parliamentary 
government requires. What exists now 
Is in effect single-rhambor government, 
with a yes-man Senate given little to do 
and that little expected to conform strictly 
to the government's wishes. Only once in 


a blue moon does the Senate exhibit any 
show of independence. 

Dr. Beauchesne's suggestion would not 
cure all the present ills. In actual fact it 
might merely split the patronage favors, 
since provincial governments no less than 
federal governments delight in rewarding 
party workhorses and take pains at all 
times to look after their friends. At least 
if the provinces had a say in Senate 
appointments, however, the favors would 
be more widely distributed and that cham- 
ber might benefit considerably as a result. 

One doubts that the prime minister 
will t>e attracted to the suggestion, no 
matter that its origin is bevond caption. 
The possession of such privilege is too 
cherished an asset and too powerful a 
party political weapon to be shared by 
outsiders, the effect on the composition 
of the second chamber notwithstanding. 
That is why there are some 75 Liberals 
and eight Conservatives in the present 
Senate, with about 19 vacancies at the 
pleasure of Liberal bestowal. If is also 
why the Senate is hut a shadow of what 
the Fathers of Confederation intended it 
should be. 


Where Is the Dictation? 


M R. Harold Winch’s opposition in the 
legislature to elimination of fixed 
prices for milk sold at retail may be con- 
sistent with the socialist principle of a 
controlled economy under governmental 
regulation. In this instance, however, 
there is conflict between that principle and 
the CCF's campaign for lower prices for 
essential commodities. Mr. Winch has 
put himself in the peculiar position of 
opposing something which would give 
people with small incomes a rhanee to 
save on their milk hills. If consumers 
could save money by walking to the store 
for milk instead of having it delivered, 
would it be fair by socialist or any other 
standards to withhold that saving? 

The CCF leader asserts that if retail 
milk prices were decontrolled one of the 
large chain store organizations would 
"dictate” prices in the cities. According 
to Agriculture Minister Kiernan the com- 


pany referred to has demonstrated that 
it could sell milk over the counter for two 
or three cents a quart less than the price 
now charged for home delivery, and still 
make a profit. If it or any other distrib- 
utor can do that through restoration of 
the comfietilivp system of marketing, 
under which everyone sells at his own 
price, it is hard to see where the element 
of dictation comes in. 

It is futile to siiggesl that because 
one merchant sells something at a lower 
price than his competitors he is dictating 
the price: if that were so there would be 
uniform prices for everything the public 
buys. Instead of removal of controls as 
a means of giving some benefit to con- 
sumers. however, the CCF apparently 
would be content to see the government 
go on dictating that they should pay extra 
for delivery service whether they' can 
afford it or not. 


Readers’ Forum 

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GAKUIAI.III PARK 

Sir. A recent article In a Vancouver pa|*»r 
atated ihai the Garibaldi Park Hoard Is attempt- 
ing to combat the recent bill to rescind the 
% Garibaldi Park Act Thl* legislation would place 
the park under the control of the parka dlvt- 
alnn of the B.C. Forest Service. 

The Garibaldi Park Board raises the cry of 
an t Ion* I l*m. Implying that support of ihr bill 
cornea solely from SquamiMh. but this la far 
from I he CftaeT The proposed legislation has 
had the long-time support of the Garibaldi 
Playground Committee of Vancouver. Alpine 
dubs and natural history societies. 

The reference by the board to extensive de- 
velopments In the I«ake Alouettr area about 
Haney, plus the lark of reference lo any de 
velopmcnl In. Black Tusk and Diamond Head 
area* indicate a xrcrinnal attitude hy the hoard 
In It* administration of the park 

Gonrern ovrr lack of forest branch approval 
of these developments located In a sub-alplne 
logged-over area possibly prompts the Gart 
baldl Park Hoard to adopt its present attitude 
Proper development would promote those 
areas most attractive to the large population 
mass of Greater Vancouver and our Increasing 
number of touriata. 

L G KINDREE. M.D. 
Chairman, Garibaldi Park Committee. 

Squamlsh and Howe Sound District 
Board of Trade. 

Squamlsh. BC. 

OLD AGE PENSIONS 
Sir.— Various f roups In the province have 
registered their objections to some provisions 
In the recent provincial budget. However, none 
have greater reason to he dissatisfied than have 
old-age pensioners who had every right to 
aspect some assistance. 

There are several reasons why provision* 
should ^ave been made In the budget for In- 
n-easing the bonus to thoae pensioners In re- 


ceipt of the bonus. The first and most Import 
ant reason Is the dire need of many thousands 
of Jiensioner* who are unable to live as human 
beings should he able to live in a civilized 
country 

No other rfasons should be necessary, hut 
there are •ievpral reasons why the provincial 
guvernmrnf should immediately Increase pay- 
ments to those [s-nsinners who have nothing to 
live on but their pension and bonus. One of 
the rea.sons 1*. that It is costing the provincial 
government $2 inO.Oflo less for pensions under 
the new pension plan than It did under the plan 
in oj»or;itiiin prior to January 1, 1952. The 
explanation for this la. that under the old plan 
the province paid 25 per cent of pension* to 
approximately 33000 pensioners; now it only 
pay* .V) i#*r <A*nt of pensions to approximately 
9.000 between the ages of 65 and 70. 

In our opinion there Is no |u«lifieatton for 
l he provincial government putting thi* saving 
Into ihr provincial treasury to help create 
a surplus Another reason why the government 
should Increase the bonus Is that It is called 
a "cost-of-living" bonus and consequently 
should he raised as living cost* go up. Living 
co*t* have increased greatly since the bonus 
was first granted seven year* ago* Old age 
.pensioners did not have a vrry high standard 
of living when the bonus was first gran fed. and. 
with every Increase In living costs, have been 
compelled to lower their already too low stand- 
ard of living, 

Another reason why the government should 
increase payment* to pensioners I* that it ran 
afford to do *o and has budgeted for a con- 
siderable surplus. Part of this should be used 
to remove the disgrace to British Columbia of 
having many thousands of Its senior citizens 
living, or trying to live - , on an amount of money 
that will not do any more than keep them 
alive. 

GEORGE F. EDWARDS. President, 
843 West 62nd Avenue. Vancouver 14. B.C. 



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"Baby, it’s cold outside-"’ 


Thinking Aloud 


**. . . of shoes — and ships — and sealing 
wax— of cabbages and kings." 

By TOM TAYLOR 

I T was the reference of a journalist 
to the "dark brown” voice if his 
friend that first made me aware ttiat 
voice* might be 
catalogued by col 
( ♦ or. True enough 

4 some voices, are so 

IB vivid as to spliish 

t -4B|B a bright pigment 
||f straight at you. 

a m . while others have 

A a monntonv that 

would give 

' I 

do thcli 

feci not i her in- 
herent hue. 

By thl* token then, a bass voice 
is a brunette and a tenor l* s hLnue. 
Or are these shade* rather thin 
colors? Fashion has *o aubdivided 
the color processes that a male treads 
a del *cate path In thi* realm 

A dark brown voice, I imaglre. ha* 
a sort of homely sound, without the 
excitement of exotic green or the 
auspicious dye of pink. Pity that the 
letter, a nice tint, should he fhted to 
become the symbol of a fellow 
traveller. 


Churchill'* wartime voice v-ouid 
have to he navy blue. I suppose, or 
something Indicative of Inspirit ton. 
llkr aquamarine Risen bower's tr.ne 
Is perhaps ochre, and Sf. I .a ti rent's 
h sort nf warm grey. 

The sergeant major, he would he - 
if the troops were labeling the hw» 
of his harsh tones black. Not alto- 
gether fair, but a khaki reaction. 

I doubt that there are enotign 
colors to go the rounds, however. Hie 
human voice is a vehicle of inimltc 
variety, and not even the wit of celot 
at lists can match nature's versatility. 
Voices are like faces, the diversity Is 
amazing. 

If you are gifted with a pleasing 
voire the god* have Itecn kind M--«t 
of us do not make the best u&t <»f 
what we have, of course. A voire ran 
he suppled and Its tone enriched hy 
direful exercise, hut few of us take 
the trouble to Improve orf nature as 
actors perforce must do. 

♦ * * 

Perhaps this Is just as well. At 
least one's voire Is one’s own ind 
there may he something In the the- 
ory that one should retain its native 
timbre and not put a disguise on *t. 
There Is also the consolation that no 
one hears his voire as others lo I 
my*elf 4 find this a very comforting 
thought. 

Some voices seem happily suited 
to their use. A radio newscaster dial- 
ing in gloomy news is in hi* element 
If hr normally has a somhre tone to 
his tongue The odd radio voire is 
a* cheery as cherry red hut -nme 
ethers. I am afraid, are as <n«lpid 
as pale lemon Purely a matin of 
taste, naturally; what may he hnimis 
green to one listener Is perhaps 
peach-llke to another 

A person doesn't always chat with 
the same tone he uses elsewhere. 
In congenial company he might run 
up and down the color chart a* his 
voice lake* on the shade* that chang- 
ing thought Invites. This la whim the 
void* Is creating It* own pigments, 
without benefit of conscious aid. Else- 
where. perhap*. when trying to make 
an Impression, there Is apt to he a 
switch from a normal orange, say, 
to an affected heliotrope 

By and large I daresay mod of us 
have voice* of the drab persuasion, 
something like khaki. There t* safety 
In number*, of course, but alas no 
distinction. 


Reports from Ottawa 


T HE visit of NATO's secretary- 
general. Lord Ismay, focused 
attention on Canada's failure for the 
last two years to spend all the money 
Parliament voted for military aid to 
our NATO allies. 

Defense department officials re- 
fused me information when I asked 
them the extent of Canada s mutual 
aid program shortfall. 

'That's an embarrassing question, 
because the figures make us look a 
little had." one of Defense Minister 
Claxtons top executive aides told 
me. ‘The deputy minster's office has 
Instructed us not to give those fig- 
ures out. unless somebody asks for 
them In Parliament." he added 
The curious thing about the de- 
fense department's attitude is that 
the figure*, are readily available, if 
one knows where to look for them. 
In two public documents Finance 
Minister Abbott's budget papers, and 
a Dominion bureau of statistics re 
port on exports. 

★ * * 

Over the last three years, the 
budget papers show. Parliament 
voted $685,383,108 for mutual aid, 
but the defense department succeed- 
ed In spending only 9556,517.216. 
That's a shortfall of nearly 19 per 
cent. 

In the first year. 1950-51. Parlia- 
ment voted and defense .spent $195.- 
000.000. Defense merely shipped 
stocks of .Second World War weapons 
and equipment to Europe, and took 
Parliament's appropriation in pay 
ment. 

The next year defense spent only 
J126.000.000, out of the $166,000,000 
voted. And last year it spent only 
$235,000,000 out of $324,000 000. In 
th r coming fiscal year the appropria- 
tion is again 3324.000.000. Officials 
hope that this time they’ll he able 
to spend It all. because volume pro- 
duction of Sabre Jets and radar equip- 
ment for NATO Is now well un<ler 
way. 



But Ute.se figures don't tell the 
enure story. They ate made up not 
only of defense's pricing of its old 

war materiel — . 

which was not 
low hut of all 
sorts of what you j 
might call oper- 
ating expenses, 
such ax salaries 
and wages, travel- 
ing expenses, 
postage, films, 
advertising, etc. 

The bureau of 
statistic*' report 

covers only war 

materiel actually exported. Its fig 
ures show that Instead of getting 
something like half a billion dollars 
worth of Canadian arms and equip- 
ment. our NATO partners received 
only $242,000,000 worth as of Jan 31. 
* * * 

There are several reasons why our 
mutual aid program has fallen so 
short of expectations that the defense 
detriment doesn't want to disclose 
figures. 

After the first shortfall. In 1951 52. 
it was explained that defense plants 
were still tooling up. As soon as they 
hit their stride, we were told, things 
would he different. 1 

Well, thst explanation Is still 
offered. Rut ll doesn't answer why 
we didn't « I • spend the surpluses 
outside Canada on hehalf of NATO, 
as the Americans do In their "off- 
shore" purchasing; 1 2 • give the 
money to our NATO partners to 
spend or (3> give them raw mate 
rials so they could develop their own 
defense production. 

The only explanation Is govern 
ment policy, which must be viewed 
In the light of Lord Ismay'.* state- 
ments that NATO Is still weak, that 
the Russian threat Is undlmlnished 
and that "everyone In the partner- 
ship must, according to his * con- 
science. spend up to the limit." 


Real as Rainbows 

(From The Christian Science Monitor) 


F 'LYING saucers are as real as rain- 
hows, say* a distinguished 
Harvard astrophysicist, and Just as 
Insubstantial. 

So he It. Rut don't think for a 
moment that that disposes of the 
subject. It simply turns it ovrr to 
the poets. 

If Wordsworth's heart leaped up 
when he beheld a rainbow In the sky. 
I* there any reason why hi* modern 
counterpart should not leap to the 
hail when he beholds a stiver disc 
spinning at incredible speeds through 
the azure atr and making clever 
right angle turns without slackening 
Its speed’ 

Obviously not. The i-old analyst, 
after exhaustive examination, may 
tell us that must of the "saucer*" 


ran he written off as birds, planes, 
balloons, old newspapers, or what 
have you. mistakenly Identified from 
the ground And that the rest are 
unusual atmospheric condition* Yet 
even he ends by admitting that some 
day a "real" interplanetary saucer 
may reAr-h the earth. 

Of courMt. Just as someday some- 
one is bound to discover a pot of gold 
st the end of the rainbow. In fact, 
we know a little girl who already has. 
She ts a dreaming cousin of another 
little girl railed Alice who was pres 
ent when the first flying saucer 
mistakenly identified as a "tea tray 
In the sky was discovered hy * 
mathematician called Lewis Carroll 

You ran i hend or twist such facts 
as that. 




For the Coronation everything In 
Rrltaln features a hlg “E," whlrh 
makes It easy for the optometrists, 
whoae charts are already In the patrl 
otic swing, 

• * * 

Nothing makes ua more nervous 
than a big economist prophesying 
that there won't tv- a depression— 
unless It's s great statesman explain- 
ing why Russia couldn't possibly 
start a war. 

* * * 

The candidate for Congress had lost 
l he election, but he was trying to be 
hlg about It. He was preparing to 
send a message of congratulation to 


his successful opponent He reached 
•cros* his desk, still littered with 
rampalgn literature, and picked up 
the telephone. He called the telegraph 
office, gave the girl the name and 
address of the successful candidate, 
and dictated: 

"Congratulations on your resound 
ing victory Permit me to extend to 
you my heartiest congratulation* and 
to pledge you my wholehearted sup 
port " 

A moment of silence, then the 
anguished cry. "No. no. lady’ Don't 
read It hack to me— I couldn't stand 
4ii" . 


The Packsack 

Or GREGORY CLARK 

O XF of the trteky aspects of »ne 
democratic and increasingly 
socialist way of life how to set 
some decent Ittn- ^ ^ 

irr h m ■■ n g us 

man h n K-.ter or / Ma 

in gewgaws, trinkets, gadgets and 


Muny junKoi one sort nr a not iter. 
He i* the modern counterpart of the 
old-time medicine man who used to 
gu- ahout the country selling snake 
oil and other fabulous cures The 
late W C. Field* gave us the he«t 
delineation of the species 
Only the sirictest civic laws rudely 
enforced by the police protect our 
ritie.v parks and crowded thorough- 
fares from the activities of pitch- 
men. The managers of fairs and ex- 
hibitions have to he extremely alrrt 
to prevent the entire show being 
swamped by all manner of petry 
hucksters. And many a g<jod show, 
even so. is badly martini hy too many 
of the brethren being allowed a pilch, 
despitr the sieim-st limitations set 
upon them. Of course, a fair wouldn't 
he a fair without a few of them 
It i* when you travel far and wide 
along the tourist mutes jn the United 
State* that the problem of the pitch- 
men «how up mutt anilely. In the 
States, they have democracy, and 
everybody admits the rigid of every 
man to make an honest living. But 
no sooner is a noble building erected 
than the whole atea around it is 
.suddenly abloom with the weirdest 
collection of flimsy shop* and stalls 
with garish banners advertising bar- 
gains, sales, sensational value*. No 
sooner Is a magnificent new general 
store opened than the whole block 
goe* wild with junk ‘hop* When 
a handsome new hotel, responding lo 
the rising tourist demand, hullds and 
landscapes itself Into a dream of 
beauty. It Is instantly set upon by 
limpets In the shape of shoddy tour- 
ist courts ami ill-smelling hamburger 
joints, souvenir shack* and other 
monstrosities that crowd in a« close 
as is possible, spoiling the whole 
affect of beauty and charm which 
the hotel vpent heavy money In at- 
tempting to achieve. 

. The right of a man to make an 
honest living does not surely apply 
only to the little, tricky, frowsy op- 
portunist. How ahout the honest liv- 
ing of the people who conceived the 
big hotel? 


How Old 
. Is Old? 

A f’ATGH phrase which Is some- 
times heard in aviation is the 
one ahout all aircraft bring obsolete 
before they leave the drawing hoard 
But armchair critic* who are fond 
of using it might well pause for a 
moment to study the case hlst<»ry of 
the DJI. 82A Tiger Moth, whlrh cele- 
brates it* 21*1 birthday this monlh. 

Ahout 7.000 Tiger Moths were built, 
rnd there are today some 160 still on 
the Register of British Civil Aircraft 
(mostly belonging to flying clubs t 
plus many hundreds more in sen Ire 
across the world And the Moth has 
many year* in front of If yet. 

Its history shows that what hrg^n 
as a hnsir training aircraft has ajn.e 
hern used, because of the fine vena- 
tillfy of the design, for a number of 
other role* And though in many 
way* conditions have changed «o 
much since it* conception, there are 
other way*, and other places, in which 
it can operate In circumstanie* whli h 
still demand an aircraft with the 
Tiger Moth's particular qualifies. 

H\ 1939 some eight year* after It 
was designed as a trainer, the Moth 
was called into active service, when, 
loaded With 25-lb. bombs, it was used 
for anti *uhmarine patrol a over the 
North Sea 

Jl has another Haim 9* fame | n that 
In 19.37 as the Queen Bee. it showed 
the possibilities of pilotless flight, hy 
heing in effect the forerunner nf the 
flr*t guided mb ole Suh-equently it 
was widely uwd hv the navy as a 
pilotless tat get aircraft 

The lesson of the Moth's career 
therefore |« this that a good aircraft 
tan he railed into service ovrr a 
period of years and tie relied «n io 
do a good job This ts not to say that 
ideally there may not he newer de- 
signs fie tier suited to the work, hut 
whether it is called obsolete or not, 
the older design tain and will meet 
the situation in spite of the name* 
it l< called 

The Tiger Moth Is hy no mean* 
unique m having lived long and well. 
Other aircraft which started In one 
rote rarty on In other*. And how. 
ever fast aviation develops, good de- 
signs will Always fmd somewhere 
In the world, the niche for which they 
were built, or they will carve them- 
selves out another 

The secret of this longevity lie* 
riot only in good design of airframe 
and engine but also In the continued 
airworthiness which comes from a 
confirmed British background of 
after Sales sendee and maintenance. 
Thia applies both to civil and mill* 
tsry type* Aircraft, like other ma- 
chine*, ran wear nut if they are 
allowed to do ar. But if they are 
designed so that their component 
parts can he easily Inspected, and, 
where necessary, replaced, the air- 
craft will not hemme old at all. in 
the usual sense of the word, 

*r smiih *!f*f*n 





tailors 


And o New Chapter 
In Value at Eddy's 


What a chain* you have before 
you • • . lovely purr wool fab- 
rics. flannels, pick *n' pick or 
I weed heart, they're present rd 
in plains and two-tones. Won- 
derful variety, too . . . includ- 
ing some with the all-round 
pleated skirt, some with the 
loose boxy jackets. New sleeve 
detail, with the deep ruff ad-, 
j u s t a b I e to three-quarter 
length and yet others with 
fresh linen cuffs and collars 
that may be worn at will. And 
too . . . you can choose a 
matching coat to complete 
your ensemble. 


order yours now — tailored-to-measure — 
on Tip Top's revolving credit plan if you wish 


L*m» t hi* i r e * 
and simple pay- 
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rent It's free 
. . . and you've 
six month* to 
pay. 


h ic tut — I mvo and ( ampin ’ — is an authentic model with natural 
cs. |r\ inspiration u taken from the campus and lip Top has now shied it for 
ian who wishes to he rralh well -dressed. It has a rounded front,- notch lapels, 
enirc sent mi the h.uk of the coal Rcvjusc of its .soft construction it looks 
llut belongs on sou — its masculine and its smart Handout and tailored for 
hate oal Grey, I own and Campus will be the pride of sour wardrobe, 
l ip lop Tailors this topdriuci shlc costs you S 10 to SIS less than 
lor comparable quality. Older your "I own and Campus suit today. 


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Socreds Termed Menace No. I 


fiaihf Cdolontflt Victoria. B C., Tkur... March 12. 19SJ 


Soria | Cl edit h "public men- 
*•** No. 1 armrdtng r<i Dt'ane 
Tinlayaon. provincial Progrca- 
Hive Conservative leader, *d 
dressing * moling of the exnu- 
tise of the Victoria federal as 
aociarlon last night. 

"The government is already 

Port Arthur at ihe head of 
the lakes wa- originally knoWn 

Dawson's, then as Prince Ar 
thur * landing 


beginning to show Itself as in 
ciinsimeixt and dictatorial in Us 
attitude low arils the public," he 
said. 

Public opinion is beginning to 
fall aw ay from the Social Credit 
party Mr. Flnlayson said. 
"Never before has the Progres- 
sive Conservative parly such an 
opportunity in present a pro 
gram of level headed democratic 
government " 

‘The Conservative parly is as 


fat distant from Social Credit 
as It is from Communism," he 
said. 

J. A A Centre, recently-, 
nominated candidate for the Vic- 
toria scat in parliament, spoke 
briefly and the appointment of 
M. L. T. Drake as his campaign 
manager was approved, 

A type of butter was In use 
about 2000 B.C., although its use 
as a Staple food IS comparatively 
modern. 


Liberal Milk Decontrol Lobby Revealed 


( ( ofittnued from P*«e 11 

unfair larllis fn get up anil 
read a few charges," hr dr 
rlarnl. in one «rl the few 
angr> ajieerhes he lias made 
this session. "Of course there 
were telegrams; scores of 
them; Ionic distance and local 
telephone calls; the |*lnnd 
dairymen were up in anna 
and still are . . 

He said all communications, 
for and against the milk hoard 


mgs last spr ing to hearings on 
the subject. 

Mr Stfailh denounced the 
Socred presentation of the case 
a« an "awful misrepresenta- 
tion," 

"■Dus Is a distortion of the 
troth to quote a few embarrass- 
ing telegrams Neither your 
government nor any other gov 
ernment can tell a man how- to 
word his telegram." said Mr 
Straith. 


he a quick drop in prices he 
fore i hr election, before the 
market could reestablish 
itself." he said. 

H<- asked if Mr. Kiernan had 
changed the date nt decon- 
trol. "Hill || still be May I," 
he asked, "nr has it been 
changed? Will li now l><- six 
days before an election is 
held?" 

"I would rpfer the honorable 
member to the milk hoard on 


Vauxhall 

COMING TO VICTORIA SOON! 

★ GENERAL MOTORS LOWEST PRICED CAR 

IN CANADA 


.J^ ,b0ra rah,net - dA'ontrol plan as a "political 

“The cahlnei derided there order." 
was such a furore apput this Decontrol had been sched- 
busmess that we ought to hear u je • for May 1 when "this gov- 
i 1C Whole case, he said. Hie ernment was going to tali an 
cabinet had devoted x wo mom deletion May 6. so there would 


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DELIVERED IN 
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r*«) rroillx ih*r lo> T>l» tips 
e«llanr Trr.im.nl • llijulrt t,» M > 
ny mouth' *np» nirertlv to ihp rani 
•I ' hp trout)!* rtmavMf tin r, 
'rrnai ral|«P far malrtp Ihp nofl> 
Thu modern methqri h*» proven n- 
»»lf IP Ihnnaanfla of Ihp mo«f nun 
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nffprpr! for ««Ip PvManr 
'l-.U wt'h onp horn. or if rnnfa vn-i 
nothin* TnOav pi|. mUer? >• <in 
np(».»»r* Aik far fMi.n. at • <! 

ftroK«u>« 


Practice Shoot 

The Victoria Cun Club will 
hold its opening practice shoot 
nf the season at its Albert Head 
grounds on Sunday. Both skeet 
and traps will be m use and 
shooting wjll begin at 1 pm. 
atid continue until dusk All 
scattergun marksmen are 

welcome. 


"Another distortion of the 
truth." replied Mr. Straith. "The 
milk hoard hasn’l the final con- 
trol and you know that. Thp 
order had to be confirmed by 
order in-council. Answer the 
question." 

’The honorable member seems 
to he unduly disturbed," said 
Mr Kieman "It's a question 
of when all the necessary do- 

Hawks To Suit 
On Puck Tour 


tails can he worked nui „ " 

"Oh. yes!" Intet jeered Mr 
Straith. 

", . . and presented- to the dis- 
tributors and the producers *n 
If they have any rnrrmumis they 
can make them before the order 
goes into effect." Mr. Kirrn&n 
continued. 


tT T TrT K 

VOIR 


"In other words he’s with- 
drawing his original atatemeni 
i that decontrol would coma 
May li." said Mr. Straith. 
"They're Juat reneging and put- 
ting a lot of conditions on it." 

"I would point out that the 
member is imputing motives." 
warned Mr. Kiernan 


I'm feeling 
mighty good 


MONTREAL iCP> Plans for 
a -.one* nf exhibition hockey 
games between Montreal Cana- 
’ die tvs and Chicago Black Hawks 
In England and on Ihe continent 
are nearing completion, a 
spokesman for the Canadian 
1 rluh said Wednesday 

The original plan was fnr the 
scries to be hrlween ('anadlens 
and Detroit Red Wings hut the 
1 f>etrolt rltth couldn't make ar 
Irangements and the Black 
Hawks took over. 

Pending completion nf final 
arrangements, the Hawks and 
('anadiens will leave Montreal 
Aprlf’24 and return around the 
first of June. 

In addition to games In Eng- 
land and Pari*, the team* may 
| Pl«y in Germany. Italy and 
! Switzerland and possible other 
countries. 


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IN SPRING 





House Votes To Keep Education Report Secret 


fiailq (Colonial Vif,er »* B-C.. Thun March 12. 19S3 


A motion calling for the 
tabling In thr legislature of a 
report of a special commit ire 
of depuly mlnlater# nn educn 
lional finance un defeated by 
a 24 21 vote yesterday. 


lalkd. thr lx siM-r*>d« voted government pnnH»w» to |wr Rar Fddie <(VK New West Thr member stared in his 
a K aln»t thr mutton They n»lt Importation of California rnln-tci ■ will piesrnt a tesolu resolution that "cu-opetalivis 

v* err jollied by lh»- *lx lit* wlnri Into thr province. lion lo I he House calling on the h\etnplify the finest application 

rrals. The member said the Saanich government to Implement of the principles of democracy 

Mr Winch'* IK Ci»r<- the loganberry industry would !m* recommendation# contained in in the economic field" and eon- 

tun Con-er vativr* and one hard lilt b> such a move He the report of the hospital insur s'Hute an alternative to the 


Bridge partners -or s parrin g, partners? 


But the defeat came only aftei l-ahorite in the Mouse voted explained that loganberries an* ame inquiry board 


Social Crertli member* mtt-iak- lb of the motion 


perishable and cannot be ship 


en!y voted m favor of the 
motion 

The rnntlnn was projiosed bv 
Harold Winch, leader of t|u* 
CCK opposition. 


Mr. Winch had insisted 'hat 
the report should be tabled so 
• be member# of the IJouae 


It was the fourth recorded pet I to distant markets as fresh 


The old question of a Man- 
sard record of proceedings in 


rlivi K lnn 

of the five -week-old 

session. 

* * * 


BC. 1* 

>pefi(Hnt: far 

!#**■< on 

Canadian 

provincns l 

!•' rank 

Snows#* II 

iff *F, Sit a nii li 

• stated 


Randolph 1 larding l CCK, Kas 
lo Slot an i has prepared a rrao- 


unilM h “ I , ' T yesterday in thr l« _-islatuie. io-.niocbiu has prepared a reso- 

, f M 1 Mr Snow-sell and Robert lution calling on the govern 

im J.f.L * hP s . oW , r " ,n< ' n ’,!? I ri r It a n it VI Ojwirhan menl to institute a system of 


Trank Snnwirll (t * T, 
Saanich), urging passage of 
hits resolution calling for 
establishment of a depart 
men! of cooperatives In thr 


^ _ /rrnnH'iii, 

such a step would “help th/ 
people of B ( . to help them 

selves." 


growth of private monopolies. 


ACHE ALL OVER? 

IX* o*j *«»ni to ■■»«•!** »tt wti 1 ’ is >io 
you n/vo it rui<) to stoop id lirnd n» 

uu . eliei tow long n with I -minfim* • 


untrlrn'iag Ntunm . Anbrio* . -> ■«(» . 
K lirua .. Im imiD 1 unUpi S«n.*(u 
*■• $1 ts *• iimg rr*ont**» f-*»* 


Drive Attains 
One-Third 
Of Objective 


i . . . i r 4 r fi ii ii * t i |- t iiw icmui ■ ■■ 

tlon into school finance. N< . wrjis| , c , nwl „ f , , ha( , hr ROV , verbatim reporting of Mouse 
< rhe special committer- of moment had allocated only SI.- Abates, 
deputies was set up by the Iasi l77 , KW , or per cent -of its lv . . 

government during the I* i | >U ,| for >• '-cat "» |||*|\| k ill *11 ll< 

session of l he legislature Ms l( ,. n , ultuie I-M I>* 

re f K)rt has never been made ' •• A ,, 1M ,|t,„c worth mote 

public, allhqugh i. Is unde, s.ood lhwn , IM| Ut , J( - « Nd ,d M, /A IlilfJ 

to conflict with the rccommen Sllil( , "lilt" I till (I 

nations of the present govern N1( Snuvvsell told the Mouse 

ment. which centre on the Rol lhi „ „ erl) lim „e accounts for £\C /\| * ,* 

.ion formula. i • v , ,, rr Albrrta Ul)|£(‘tlYC 

Social Credit f inance Minis hurlgel I ti per rent t»f the 
ter Ktnar Gunderaon refused Su^ali-hew un budget and I 1 . At the close of the 11th day 

to file the deputies' report per rent of the Ontirilo budget of the Red Cross campaign for 

with the House The two Island members funds, 523,409 had been col 

Reports of this nature are urged the government to con lected, more than one-third of 
regarded as confident ial. he sider -nine form of assistance the total 570,500 sought 
»ald. “Therefore, a return of for farmers In their ridings who Red Cross oficials last night 
this sort Is refused as pot lie d«" re to establish Irrigation said they wen- hopeful -if mak- 
ing In Ihe public Interest." systems mg the total amount before the 

W. T, Straith. former cduea- \|r. Snnwaell came to the end of the month and are 
• Ion minister, speaking for the defense of Saanb li logan- asking Victorians to help "clean 

Xix man Liberal group Ml lie herrv growers who fear Ihe up” the drive eatlv. 

Mouse, said he and hi* col v * 

leagues held similar views. w-y Ik' ■ -* • ■ k C 

delight funeral N k ! Friday Afternoon 

tabled, becauae it would be rm • , _ 

L or Long-Time ( it y Resident 

ronaisient " Me said the Liberal* C* J 

would oppose the motion. Funeral service* for Samuel McCall'* Funeral Home. Rev. 

When the question came to a Mars. 1027 McCasklll, will be T. II. McAlli.ster officiating, 
vole. Premier W. A (', Ben- 3 p.m. Friday. Mr Mars Burial will be In Co I wood 

nett did not give his customary d,p '' TuM >**y tn 76,h > par Burlal park 
warning that the vote would A r p ^ ,,lr df of Victoria lor *he 
he taken as a motion of confl P 8 * 1 4J hr w »* born ln 

dence or want of cunfidcrii c in * cnl l; >bd lie was a member of I 
Ihe government ,he Sl - Andrew's and Caledon 

But when the Speaker put 1 ® n * ,c,e <>' a " d Britannia | | i 


tovern- Mr. Snow-sell told the Mouse 

,l KW1 ,ha ' ttgriciillure ac, uunts for Af /il ! ^a* 

V per cent of the Alberta \|1 \"DlC(llVC 

Minis- budget I ti per cent uf the J 

fused Saskatchewan budget and 4*j At the close of the 11th day 
■eport per renl of th*- Ontario budget of the Red Cross campaign for 
The two Island members funds, $23,40!) had been col 
e are urged the government to con- lected, more than one-third of 
d, he sider some form of assistance the total 570,500 sought, 
irn of for farmers In their ridings who Red Cross oficials last night 
of lie desire to establish Irrigation said they were hopeful of inak- 
t.” systems mg the total amount before the 

educa- \|r. Snowsell came to the end of the month and are 
or the defense of Saanich logan asking Victorians to help "clean 
In lie berry growers who fear the up” the drive early. 

Is t cl v * 

^ Funeral Set Friday Afternoon 
r::i For Long-Time City Resident 

ibnals J 




•"sag, 

°*>«w , • 


JffH in iii.iiii iii i mi 1 1 


Don / let ''Co f join N crvvs" 
n i>scl your life 

—Sw itch to Post urn ! 


S/eep better, look beffer, Irel 
better! dkink posrt u‘ It's the 
perfect wav to avoid the caftein 
in tea and coffee, posh m con- 
tains no caffein — cannot jvos- 
sibly upset your nerve* sleep or 
digestion You'll like posh m s 
I vearty. grain-rich flavor too. 
Easy to make m*t*ntl\ right in 
the cup. Order pomi'm now. 


curses! \ 

( EO/LEOAGA/H - 

\ BY P0STUM/ Y \-7^ 

^-v lWv) 


Postum 




the government Sl - Andrew's and Caledon 

But when ihe Speaker put 1 * n ***& a " d Bntanma 

the question, most of the Ser ial [ 1 * naiU ™ - A 

Credit members voted lu favor L is b V hL* widow, 

of the motion which would '£ T™' J* ! ST 

iTo„“ l' OV,r nm™' ob *"- and D.m.l Polio,*. VIHorl. 

, '' , n ... „ , Andrew Pollock at home,, and 

rrm or ft-nnHI m,n.-di.,,ly Rnh , r , Syrtnf , Ao.fr.li. 

cat lerl for a recorded division ,.„n w.. 


\IHri)|)oliliin‘s & liiiiiial R( k |iiirf In hilirjliiiltlm 


— a stand -up- and he -counted 
vole 

When th<* division was 


Sicttmi's 

Reunion 

Delayed 

VANCOUVER B.C. iBCP* 

A Brahmin cleric from India 
wishc” hi* yogi principles could 
show him the way to cross the 
International border Into Can- 
ada today 

Alberta tSwamlt Shivananda 
of hardlwat. India, is In Eh'lling-* 
ham. Wash., awaiting the out- 
come of his application to enter 
Canada Mis wife live* In Van- 
couver. B C. 


Services 


held from 


MORE BENEFITS FOR MORE PEOPLE 


Mrs. Clyde Scott 
Puts on Blue Bonnet 
Says it s Best! 



' ’ ,n v * n Mr. Clvde Scott .note vwi to com- 

|iarc Dri.i ir Hi it Hnssei M»rf»un. 

Shivananda met Mrs. Darllne with a»* u spread nn# pore' im<'t| 
.Stanley — formerly of Regina «*ree with the mother of ('tnvl.i 

when he was lecturing on yogi Hs»bs»s Ann Dri.i xa Hr « * 

In Vancouver last year They 

•<-i-l«*rn from eeervi*or V *«i It !,»*» 
wrir married six months ago u, Hi is Rossst* tiutnti<*o»l 
IP Vancouver. Wash Ijlter. they (or , And «h»i mnven.enr*' 

toured California. Oregon, Dairia Hi,i»a Bosvrr# pre-cot m 


M t>ar henehu for more people than ever before' Thi* key- 
ootev the service of the Metropolitan Life Insurance 
lomptny. In 1952, payment* to policyholders and benefi- 
ciaries reached a new high— i945.000.000. 

The daily transactions of Metropolitan are intimately inter- 
woven with the hopes and aspirations of men aod women 
throughout the 1'nned State# and Canada. Behind the annual 
accounting lies the story of families helped toward security, 
of widow* cared for. and children educated 

These human objectives lar transcend the procession of cold 
figures across the pages of account books Yet the figure* 
reflect the planning bv policyholders to help assure the fulfil- 
ment of their ambitions. 

At the end of 1952, policyholders were protected by 
551.900,000.000 of Metropolitan Life insurance— a new high 
record. Old and new policyholders increased their insurance 
protection by buying i } .600 (100,000 of new Life insurance 

New long-term investment* in 19*2 totalled Sl.hOO.OOU.OOU 
The mayor part of these fund* went to help meet the needs of 
commerce and industry In maov instance#. Metropolitan 
financed the expenditures necessary to bring to the public (he 
benefits of technological progress in such fields as chemistry 
and electronic*. 


Washington *nd Eastern Uan- 1 goMwi-yellnw quartar pound#, h 

quart #r pound indmihiallv wrapp'd 
... t in pur* aluminum foil with inn" p*rrh- 

< anadtan immigration author m ^ t lmi[IK s., m .u',r. n| r,, P n^d*d' 

hies said Wednesday no der I- 1 Paijuv DilIU* ronreivienr* and qual- 
slon had been made about Shiv- i«r f'wt xoldeo yellow Itnni R -a 
ananda's entry a« a permanent Bo* war M»rg»nne today 
Canadian reaidenl. • 


Some 5369,000.000 was invested in city and farm mortgage 
loans ,n 1952. Pan of these funds helped finance X).000 new 
homes, and they brought the total outstanding home loam of 
the Company to 197,000 at the year'* clo*e 

The net rale of interest earned on Metropolitan's total in- 
vestments after deducting investment expenses was 3.21' > ip 
comparison with 3 07% in 1951. However, the United States 
federal income tax reduced the net investment return for 1952 
lo 3.00%. On new king-term investments made last year, the 
net interest rate, after all investment expenses but before the 
l mted Slate# federal income lax. was 3 73% — the highest 
since 1934. 

Other high light* in Annual Report: 

1. The number of policyholders increased to 33.70U.OOO a 
new record. 

2. Accident and Health protection continued lo grow in 
public favour, and this was particularly true of the new forms of 
protection provided by hospital, surgical, and medical expense 
policies At the end 6f the year about 6,200.000 persons were 
protected by Accident and Health coverage unde* Metropolitan 
Group and individual policies. 

3. The mortality rate among Metropolitan'll policyholder* 


continued to be favourable. Death rates from many cause# — 
particularly tuberculosis and most of the common childhood 
diseases — reached all-time low's, 

4. In common with the experience of buxines# generally, 
Metropolitan's expanses increased somewhat last year A con- 
tinuing effort is made to keep them at a low level consistent 
with proper service to policyholders. 

5. Dividends to policyholders in 1952 amounted to 
1192,000.000 ihe largest sum in the Company’s history. 

' Metropolitan s Report to Policyholders for 1952 would not 
be complete without appreciative reference to the loyal and 
capable Metropolitan men and women who made possible tbe 
efficient and progressive service which our policyholders quite 
properly expect. 

Additional^ details of the Metropolitan's service last vear 
are given in the Company's Annual Report, copies of which 
may be obtained on request. 


CHARI. r* C*. TAYI 1*1, J*. 
Frendmt 


METROPOLITAN ASSETS AND OBLIGATIONS 
DECEMBER n, 1952 



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ASSETS WHICH ASSUME FULFILMENT 
OF OBLIGATIONS 


OBLIGATIONS TO POLICYHOLDERS, 
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Railroad 

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Mortgage Laam an Rut Iitati . 

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On farma ..... 161,542.144*4 

Baal lital* taficr decreaae hi adfuxmwni of 
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a 

ItouMng projects and oihcr 
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2.07A.OT7.747 II 


4!4,IIM,204 M 


properties for t onipany use 

Acquired in vatiUaction of 
iiHutgage lOdehtednes' luf 
which S2 059.I2I.24 .* un 
dcr contract of valei . . 


13*1,631 4UF.63 
4ti.7ll.BM.37 


2.600 4U, 44 


Statutary Paltcy Raaarvaa .... 

Tim amount, required tr» law, together with 
future premiums and interest, is neceevary to 
assure payment of future policy bench)* 

Policy Procaads and Dividends Loft with 
Company at lnt*r*«t 

Fund* left wiih ihe Company by beneficiaries 
and policyholders to he paid to them laler 

Raaarvad tor Oividarsdt la PallcyKaldars 

Sri a<idc for payment in 1 9*1 to rho«« policy- 
holders eligible to receive them 

Palky Claim* Curraotly OutatarsrBng 

Haim* in process* of teitlemeni. and estimaied 
claim* rhai have occurred but have not yet been 
reponed 

Other P alley OMigatlam 

Including premium* received in advante and 
special reserves for mortality and morbidity 
fluctuation* 

Taia* Accrued parable in 14*1 ) . . . . 

Security Vaiuattars Raaaev* 

HrexTibed bv the National kcMKianon i>f In- 
surance ( oowriKMoner* 

Contingency Reaerva for Mart gaga Leon* 

All Othar OMigatian* 


^.BVA.gut.TOutto 


651.47ft, V*! <MI 


HO. 7*2.277 ill) 


55.01 1.01 1.17 


76,44 T , 31 1 14 


47 , 01 2.225 

:» 1 76.ft4V.0U 

7.1 HlmWtW 
25.531 ft 42 *7 


Laam an P allele* 

Made to policyholder* on ihe security of their 

policie* 

Cadi and Bank Degadts 


Premium*. Deferred and k 
Calleellen . . 

Acersaed Interact, Rent*, etc. 


465.211,4111 47 

175,519*91.02 

161. 709,304 12 
IDO.RVII OM 63 


TOTAL OH HiAftOSS 110,927.501,491.34 

SURPLUS FUNDS 

Sw*<l*l Surplus Fund* , . Si On 'B»fX»iig) 

Un***l|r*ed Surptu* . . . **•’ 744,554 12 

TOTAL SURPLUS FT VAT ’ j j " ~ 664.727,554.32 


7 T 1 TA! 4 SSFTS TO \ 4 F FT OKI H, A TION\ 311 . 592 . 529 . 045.66 


TOT A I. OBIjr.ATIOSS 4 */) SfBFHJS 
FUNGS ... 


* II, *92, 524.04 * 66 



Assets ammintsng to 1*52,444.404 6* are deposited with -ar*o*i* psiNw offsoal* under the requirement* 

of law or regulatory authgnte. 


cofyaiQHt c*n«d* ie*r am*oeout«Hun iN*ia*Na cohpsnt 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company 

( A MUTUAL COMPANY) 

HOME OFFICE: NEW YORK 

CANADIAN HEAD OFFICE: OTTAWA 


METROPOLITAN OPERATIONS IN CANADA 

Tk ear high lightf of tht Company ' a luiinrti in Conodo 
during ItSJ, our Both year in thia country, will 6# of 
porheulor intmroat to Mr t ropoliton 't Canadian policy 
holder/ and thrir hrnrhctpnrr. 

Payment* to Pollcyhoidart and BeneAclarlet 

Metropolitan paid in 1952 to its C anadtan policyholders and 
their beneliciaries V4i,4«>9^i*<) m d&ith clanm matured 
policies — accident and heallh and disability benchls 
dividends and other payments. CM this amount, 6#% w4s 
paid to living policy holders 

The totol amount lh« Metropolitan ha* paid to 
Canodions tint# if entered Canada in 1172, 
plus the amount now invested in Conoda, 
exceed* 7be total premium* received from 
Canadians by more fhon $416,000,000. 

Life Insurance in Force 

In 19*2. I anadians bought $253,019.1211 of new I ife in- 
surance protection in the Metropolitan, ami at the vear s end 
the ( ompany wa« seising ? 510.0(10 I dc insurance mdicy- 
holders in ( anada insured for S2.S2I 691.HI I (X this 
amount, <6‘ . was Ordinary bin mess. 27’- wa» Indusinal 
and 17 . was firoup 

Total Investment! In Conoda 

Metnrpoliun investments m ( anada aimrunted lu 
Vht7.**4).*V9 ut the end of 14*2. fTiese investment* arc 
pljvmg an tmporiani part in tTie economy of ( anada with 
Mihstantiai totals nf federal, Provincial and Municipal 
bond* and with sizeable mtuls m the obligation* of steel and 
paper compame* the oil industry, railroads, electric light 
and power companies, and others 

Health and WeHara Work 

Since I4t>9 Metropolitan has conducted a crmtmunu* heallh 
education campaign in ( anada and during 14*2 participated 
in numerous activities More than 2.20n (¥10 pamphlet* on a 
variety nf health and safety topics were distributed — 
monthly health ad*e'tr*emeni> appeareil in national puhli- 
caiusns - Good Minis for Cmnd Hcglth" was a daily 
feaoor on many radio station* 


| METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO 
j Canatfian Heod OW.C* Ostwwe 4, Conoda 


t*t*aw wnJ m» ■ ...p, .d »,m, # Aa, IUJ » g ep ,,n 
An Wen lor 14*2. 

I h A MF 


| rratFT 


paovisr f , I 







Stoat 0 uotatiom 


flails (lolums! Victoria *C Tbarv. M.rth 12, 19S3 


Toronto Mines 


erases 


umusmais BV HAKIU YOI’fcG 

Colonist Business Editor 

IfTiLp f 'll nc A Precast that within a few years the output of 

iridllv xJalII.1 uranium from Saskatchewan may equal or exceed that 
w » . . of the BelRian Congo, the world's largest producer at the 

111 I iiwt lliklir pr ‘‘ sent ,ime - was made yesterday by Saskatchewan's 

■ ii immii minister of natural re- 

TORONTO (CPi Industrials Rourcos ' J- H. Brockelbank company. E. A Heuxtl#, as 
jumped sharply in the last hour *'* r Brockelbank was address- 


kail River. Union Bay and Lady 
smith. 

The lockers coat only slightly 
more than the normal deep- 
freeze. 


Before comm* to Victoria. 
Mr. Porter was manager of the 
Sunny Brae Dairy in Duncan, 
and was also president of the 
Duncan Chamber of Commerce. 


*• m 

14» ! » Acadia tJrao » 

• '» Akaii Y knlf* 

400 Am I4»ph*ilna 
)»00 Ainu Y knlf. 

1**) Antrim I-»*d Ml 

Aiiflii Huron 
looa Aitplo-Rouyn It 
Iqioo Ankrno li 

100# Aquartua Par !•' 
1*00 Area «] 

♦ •■00 Ar|<Mi 
aoO Armiatlr* 

4MM A aunt Malal* II 


IK»w Jonen cloning otork 

•vfnifM 

SO Industrials »HH 0 ». up 2 Sfl 
?0 railways 110.5*. up O.HA 

14 utilities — 53.10, up 0.21 
6 A storks 1 12.70, up 0.92 

Voltow: I .*90.000 shares. 


>•070 Joliet <*.•♦>** .. 

turn Kafr and 
tMM ftalor* II 

1010 Kerr AddlfuO US 
(0O( KeftMifr/in !• 
Kirk-Huil MD 
061 Kirkland Ik (1 
7000 Klondike- Ktn 15 

SOI l.a lira Our 
IMHO I.adulama u 

I In vo Lake DufauU lit 
liaiM Lake Lineman IS 
I MM) 1-akr-Oau 13 
IMS lair Shura tK> 


AITOINTMK.NT 


Record Tamblyn Sales 

Under record retail sales of 


The appointment 


as a mem 

ber of the Victoria Chamber of 


Toronto rlunln* averagt-* 


$8,956,699, Ce. Tamblyn Limited 


11100 A I turn a 


Commerce staff of 


Gold* 


Association in Toronto. He told ,WCen S 1 *) and $10 a pound ac- 


82.09, 

**»*»• Metals 175.19, up .47 
Western Oils a 120.94. 

Sales: 4,734.000 


up .05 a generally-firn^ market. 

New Brunswick base metal 
up .30 prospects gained at the close, 
led by a £2.25 gain in Brunswick. 

Among uraniums GunnarrChl- 
•rage*: mo . New Delhi, Rix and Nesbitt 
off .01 La bine traded lower, 
up .07 Papers, foods, liquors and 
up .20 miscellaneous issues were 

up I.4H strong in industrials. Empire 

Brass pfd.. Ford A and McColl 
pfd. added SI or more. Inter- 
provincial -Pi|>e Lines added 
off .02 $125 in a turnover of 27.000 

off .38 shares 

off .58 Senior golds were mixed while 
Juniors traded lower on losses 
_ in Broulan Reef. Hard Rock and in this area. 

|C0h. Discovery. However, Mr. Brockelb# 

r Higher -priced base metal* said that this did not exha 

weakened after a firm session the uranium possibilities of 
o.n but strength in a few other province. He disclosed that gr 
+ '* issues buoyed the Hat. Silver activity was going on after 

, M Miller, Barvue. Coldstream and uranium strike in thp Fos 

♦ i ii East Sullivan gained Lake area. This Is consideral 

— Western oils were mixed as south of the Athabasca find 

Pacific. Gridnil and Pipe Line He also expected more n 
Products gained while National. Hons of dollars would be poui 
Rritalta, Cal and Ed and Central this year into further devel 
Explorers slipped. 

i on a Montreal Mixed 

«ic»a' P on MONTREAL— Dominion Tar. 

Price Brothers. Walker. BA Oil 
anf * R'‘y*d Bank rose. 

•*^j**»- 1 Acquiring minus sign* were 
r Buy ml Canadian Celanese. BC Forest. 

„ Canadian Breweries.' Hudson 
in aim- B*y Mining and Provincial 
Transport. 

c Mines reflected the trendies* 

Norway industrial section In active deal- 
ings. Eastern Metals, up 29 
a* prieaa r< ’ n,s - Bunvllle and New 
Larder were stronger. Insplra- 
I, tton fell 35 cents, leading East 
Bnn. Rix Athabasca and Gunmtr 

* «lown. 

• Indian Mines Gain * 

VANCOUVER — Prices lagged 


I DOC Aub.II* 

l 1 * Aumarju* 

I 1) Aunor 

1#30# Ha s a mar 11 

1000 Bank fla Id 
H H Ha mat Ilk 

7 V0 Barvu* Mlnaa IM 
714# Bar yii in 140 

300* Baw Mtl* • 14 

123 B*ai-DuQu*U) 4« 
4<i«*o B*!l*k*n<> in 
SVO# Harrnt Rl»*r 13V 
MO-W 71 

I'iAO IMhU Yu»nn 3f*'i 
anna Bid rood Kirk IIS 

inks* Nnt*)n 44S 

3M-3# 7400*1(1* la 

MM Bordu'ae II 

»V>0 Bov mar US 

4 nq Bralnrn* 

*47*<0 Rrvvla Rd Lb US 
U«*M Hrnnlan R*«f 3(0 
SIMl Ruffa*tl»**fl 

Buff Ankrrlt* 

Son# Ruff Canadian 
Ruffala R<1 t.k 
43ft# Rul Hu* Y knlf 13 
7(noo Call r.ln Hun 13 
1.1441* Caldar J4 

linn Camp Chib* M5 
linn Camp R>1 Lk no 
3200 Can Mdarti* 
Caribou Oaltf 
40(3 r***iar A*b*a onq 
Caail* Tr*th« 

II vo Can Pairina 
«nnn c*n1r*maqu* IV 
Ivonon Che.klrk II 

4200 Ot.ti.ivlllr 
Pilkou 

137*vn Philm vw 

aa<Ni Cllra-Larllr 13'. 

347W OMIi I .**»!» 3*v« 

Bf.'i Corh Willan* 140 
7V40A Cnld-lr*am C» 73 
?o# Conla*aa 
>oo Cnnlaurum 
1001) Con • Aaiorla 10 
oioo Co bn Y knit 1*1 
10«0 Con* flo»*» 
r*04l Con Nlrt«*!»on 31 
4 * no Cot*. Ri*rh*it* in 
i»v Con. Bmalltf* A0‘» 
1"V0 Conw*.» tip VOO 
vo Crainor 

4ninn rrnathor* l*‘« 

I4A0 Con rruarana Vk 
O.lnlt* 

4700 rv*ita Min 37 

1 ”70 btima 17* • 

*a-»o nnm Maq 14 V 

174V* TTfinaMa «o 

• ' "o r«*t Mnlartlr 3*0 
S’o'O Kill Rim 14V 


managing tngs of $268,145. or $2 22 p«*r 
common share, compared with 
andle the $ 3 , 3288 . or $2.62 a ahar*. in 
trade and ,951 when sales totaled 
oups and $8,309,832. The 1952 profits are 


them of the cor ding to grade, 
large develop- * * * 

memo which are NEW TYPE FREEZER 
taking place a Victoria business man. Wil- 
arnun 'l the K ° v ' Ham A. Colquhoun, has become 
ernment - con- managing director for Canada 
trolled Eldorado 0 f a new type deep-freeze locker 
Mining and He which obviases the necessity of 
fining Company users having to enter subzero 
in the Athabasca temperatures to obtain their 
Beaverlodge ares foods. 

•st corner of the .... ' 

The Arctic Circle Warm 

.. . _ . RfH»m Lockers, n« ihev are 

ha mon* than known, were invi*nted by a 
ire either operat- seatth? man, M W Piccott 


3(00 l*nruurt 
I 1000 um* Lo*, j L 77 
, 11700 Luni-'n* • 

3HS Cc-ukWourt Ool 30 
, 1WM Uataua 

1100 MacDonald « 

I MOO Ma<n» Ei plot 40 
1300*1 Ua>-ho 13 

1071)7 Mark ton 00 

I 434*0 MarL-Cntk 170 
inn Ma, 1**11 Rd L m 
»•*** M •!!***« 

tl*M Malar Of, Id 140 

»*wi Marli.nor Mai 14 
000*) M*r>-ua It* 

100 Mrlntrra l*or 
IIVl) Ml K.ntl* R L 
4000 Marrlll Inland M 
IVoo Mtrtdamar M 3(0 
loo Minina Corp 
(003 M»n»lo Porrg VI 
3VVOO M vlamaou* 13 
. 37*3 N.qu* 3® 

1(1*10 Nr> I a bln* 410 
1 1*01 Nr* A»**r 3* 

J4»*l N»w Calum.1 
toon n Iiirk*t>«in 3»» 

I vv.vn n»* Oold»u* i« 

! 33?0(l «. Mu*l* Malar 10 ‘ 
17144n Hr* Lard.r 34V 
IVY* Nrwlund 11 v 

I 17000 Nr* Mu«h*r 7V 
3(4(0 Nr a R«ai* Lk 7( 
3* (on HIT, Y knlf* 17' 
i lne'D Ni*in 2« 

(0 Noranita 
3400 Morlariir M) 

110k Narm*1*l 5J4* 

I loon North f»*r*IK>n 
jaooo N»r*h Inra Ii 1 , 
] 10”0 North Canada 

‘ 4»»I7 M„t>*r Mtnrr 4) 

I von rM.«.ka !*k« 

(33 O Bri*n 

I (tJfto Ot#ar» Marl J0'« 
| 413V Onl etirlW* tl* 

3000 OimmUka Cn l(( 

. | r s.v, <*,'** R.d Lk II 
1130 0»l*ko Lak* V( 
q(* Pamour e**r 130 
qrnv Parmatt.r 4( 
1000 p*»rnn 
(13 Plrklr Cruw 144 
1400 Pino flnlil HC 30V 
|00 Plar.r Drv 
1710 Powrlf (min* IM 
l*io* Pr.mlar Herd 
(•Hi Prr« Ka Don** ISO 
7no Prn*r*.rl Air 17( 
VOO Our Chltwm 
744*3 QurW r ap tl* 
(I'M) Our Manltou 114 
7(( Crur man l 

77(03 Our-Vh. I« 

71 Mar.lr.nald 
4V00 Rvqcoiirt 
7700 HI* Afhah 3M 

lino Bhrap Crops 
1I0SV FUi-r Oordoa SU 
31*00 Nilanro H 

34TT4 FUIr*r Millar 137 
13(3 Bl.r<i* »3 

1103 FMadarnna 
1000 mar Olaan 
((00 *»rr!or M'nln* 11W 
3W3 RI.rp Rork (13 

ivno amhvan Con 3(0 
(no Burf !n!*t 
3V0U arlvinlta no 
3*73 7>rk - If i()*r« 310 

(VOO Ttinmp-Lund 1* 
7310 Tohurn 41 

14(700 TtiritfTlrn (7 

3 VOO 11**1, n Minin* 30 
370*( Knllrd (•»'«« 410 
13V 0*1 Kano Hill (7« 
1300 r*p Canada 14( 
llo Yantaraa 13W 

330*5 Viola mar 37) 

4(0 WI'I* Amulat M'a 
7000 Wakutko II 

3300 Wr*t A«h!.» 34 

VOO Wilt Cnqhlan 
14V0 Wrl(h*-Mar« 31* 
l(V>n Yala LddiZtne 77 
1100 V knlf Baar 1M 
7300 Yuk.no 44 


come taxes of $338,759. which 
are equal to $3.02 per common 
share as against $2 61 a share 


wan 


VANCOUVER: 

<,old * 35.43 

K«t»* rnotaln 192.87 

OI, » 405 & I 

Salrq. I H0.fi. SO all arc* a. 


ATTENTION 
Night Hawks! 

See Island's l argest 
Dealer Ad on Page 24 


Canadian Devonian Petrol- 
eums Ltd. is now established 
as a producing oil company, 
according to the annual rpport. 

Northern Plain* Petroleum 
Co., a wholly owned subsidiary, : 
has two producing wells tn 
Creek County, Okla.. and t* test 
drilling in other parts of the 
state. Further testing Is being 
considered In Michigan. 

The report states that Cana 
dlan Devonian Is planning to 
drill during the coming summer 


locker holder presses a number 
1 * °f buttons and mechanism re- 
Wolves the required locker to 
* a door where it can l»e opened 
. 'In the normal store atmosphere. 
iy Each cylinder contains % 

n- lock, ' r,i • 

ed “We feel it is going to be 

,p. popular with people who do 

ment of the Lake La- Ronde not lik,? to have lo go into ex- 
area, still further south and •nunely cold tein|>eratures for 
east of Foster Lakes. their food," said Mr Colquhoun. 

So far the greatest encour- '** a * !io convenient because 
agement, apart from the Eldo- lt c * n tnstalle<| in compara- 
rado Company, has been from ,Jv cly small space in stores." 
the Gunnar Gold drilling on Mr. Colquhoun took over the 
their property in the south- Canadian rights last November 


mont«eal- 

t' S dollar 
Pnund iltrllng 
NkW T IJRH — 

Canadian dollar 
Pound ii.riin* 


KtNNino 

CT'-Mc*. 

oday on II 

. rr/lrcimj 


WtNNIPBO I 

lrm«r umt -., 
\inxn ekcbai***. 
7 S market. 
Pair 


Boorman Investment 

rtiana ■ 7IJ4-SA 

•i* vrrw sr. 


- mtrelai demand 
I dioai iraint (4p.,-|all* t 
kipurv Intardta mad. furi 

ln lh * def*rr.<j mo 
Tn ,a °* do*IJ*4«1c *n 

| *n noih oala and narliy 

Seaboard order* ie D t 

pa f>* with AmrrLan prlti 
EkO**. i loading* of Cr* 

I Wralih, totalM abeui iw 

, lauding Omi«» K ,r? t " 

mtm HrM, ‘ ' 

Prtr.a for 
(rail*. *er* 
ad • an ,.d >, 

O au- ■ 

May 

July 

Or iob*r 1 

Sit- 
May 

July 
Or* nb »r 
Barley— 

Mvy 

J'llT 

Otiobrr 

Ra»- 

Mai 

July 
October 

Ca.b fir. In r», 
0*la Nu 3 c* T7*. 

» <» 133 V 

Kla. U . r * I '»*' ,f 4 
Ha* No 3 • J3! S ira 
erirr. „f CIn. T*n 
lo_ raunirle. ouuid. fWA 


Other companies In this area 
are Chimo. Nesbitt Lihlne. Iso- 
Uranium, Rix Athabaska and 
Mllllken L^ike. 

The strength of uranium 
shares over the past two months 
has been the outstanding fea 
lure of a remarkable period In 
which new Canadian mining 
in all sections although changes *"'• developments 

were generally small * maf “; 

Among the exceptions In the ART/, ^ R YSTALS KOI ND 
mining section was Indian An unusual mining operation 
Mines, which added .1 rents lo is being developed at Seeley’s 
close at 12 rents Quatslno Cop- Bay. Ont.. by a company which 
per weakened to 40 cents and has discovered some deposits 
Pacific Nickel m 1.01. Wesfomicd quartz crystals. 

Tungsten dropped to 2 90 and These are used electronically ns a substantial part of the 
then recovered to 3.20. for frequency control in radar, company's production is sold in 

Powell River was weak in the television, radio telephones. ,he United States, the decline 
Industrial section at $22 and communication instruments and * n VJ *lue of the Lf.S. dollar in 
< ’anadinn Western Lumber was manv other purposes relation to the Canadian dollar 

below its hest of the day toi The only major production of ^Uously affected earnings, 
close at 9 7 t . quartz crystals in the western ^ a ' w * wrre S107.381.K9fl. 

Oils were neglected. , hemisphere is in Brazil, but the a ,lct ’ r,,as ^ °f W, 146.318. News 

■V ,-*r York now,!, , T&’T, 

NEW YORK <CP> Braced by erations at sUley s Bay and £* J h|,r produc,# wpr '' ,ow, ' r - 
a continued flow of fine eornor . , (H ‘ ‘ y . a , Total production of all products 

»„■ report*, .ho M,”k S T.T * f w« <5»wn «M«h,ly ,, 917.4*2 

t„rnrd In one „f tho Ihw ~r- N ." ton,, compare* »• 1 1 h 9T5.3M 


/ mest/rienl .Sfru/itMi 

Royal Trust Bu.ldin* . ft!2 View Strwt 

Trifrpbon* : F 4171 

TOROHYO MONTREAL WINN ICE B VANCOUVER N 


Cla»« T*a k*t*r, 

«P 1 * ernu I w • 

cm 

Of>rn filch Lo. 

n%, 3«s 73 ■* 

-- 1? . 71% 73 

- n 7i'« 


•j«vn n r*«-Nr 
»‘-n r«i*lla Min*. 7V 
IT *i ruroka Corp l(v 
V*»? Palron Nlrk 31*. 
l*i-» i( FT»nl*Bor iron 1(1 
3(»v« rrnhi.har (3* 
774 Olant Y knit* in', 
li?vr nun*. Late u 
C 7V Oort'* Lake 134 
I "OP Uolilal* 

14*00 rinlilrmt 3( 

Ton.n ,lrt Manilou 3(4 
rrranilarii 

1k('-» Ounnar Mold I3W 
loo Hailnor 

11-MI Hard Rr>i-k 71 

(voo 14-rrlrana 
J-Voq ll. , 

fl.ad of Lak*i 
loon MraOHay 
loop Fl*« a (>, 

F4l*hland-R*ll 
10V5 HnlUngor IV 

4)«o<* F»',n*Pf Y knit* 34', 

I "0*5 Ffntrn 

I-V7V fFoyl* J1J 

1(3 Hud-on Hay (ft*, 
3(*W Much Ram For (0 

77010 Intpiralinn «0S 

74*400 .larknlf* 14% 

7000 Jarulrl |7 

41500 Johurka 34 


TORONTO <CPi — Abitibi 
Power and Paper Co. Ltd. had 
net profit in 1952 of $.9 097,759. 
or $2 02 a share, compared with 
$12,997,887. or $.307 a share, in 
1951. 

Th»» annual report says that 


BONDS 


GRAIN 


r«aMi*h*«l | #37 

COMPUTE QUOTATIONS AWT) ETATTSTTCAI HE 3b Of 

James Richardson & Sons 

Gnvornmoai it Vi«w T«lephoo« G«nl«N 1 1 SB 


Whre 

Marrh 
May 
July 
Corn- 
M ir-h 
M«y 
Jqly 


Clou 

3I5S 


moo Arma 

•(0# Aja> 14# 

37.50 Ali*«r*iiniii 34V 
1704 Ant.rkcao 1*4 it 
34*0 An, hor 14 

4*0 Anglo Candn 730 
74*0 A»h*r r.o 

13*0 Rallrv S*lhurn 4(V 
1000 Brutal 

.1*0 BritUI) Emair* II 
754 Nrttaho (00 

100 Calgary * Bdm 
7 '00 Calmuni 1(3 

IMf Ca!nar,h 5# 

MU Cal**** Con* »»V 
31 •« Car* Sauihrrn II 
1(31 Can Admiral *3 
1(1 Can Ulanltr 130 
1100 Can LNfiinian llo 
130 Can Oil 14' 

1(700 Can Pip*|in* 307 
3000 Can WillU'on )(« 
170« Crnlral Ij*due 1T( 
3 VOO Clia-nb«rlaln 
lJurn Cha'*T 041* IN 
100 C'lnimtinwtaith 
4100 Con* Allan,,*. (5 
1500 Can* Cordaaiiti v* 

1 000 Dalhoual* 

DO# D*l Rio 33.3 

\0# Davor* Lada* 

(00 Dnm* W *»,»rn 71V 
»l‘*0 Dragr-n 41 

4 400 Du«*a 50 

31 10 Ta»* Ctm| 

(100 Fargo n,i 111 

3t(0 r*ri*r*'*d P*l* 10V 
1 400 Ga< Kaplnrt 140 
IVO n»n*r*l p*i# A 4 '50 
19140 Oridou (ii 


5100 High Cr»tl *3 
1000 ightond Bar 
500 Rom* Oil 10 

17331 1 P L 34 

1.V00 Hyrharg*r 
•100 Lvdue Con* $3 
•00 Long tilaurt 
1000 MrDnugall Sgur 11 
70 Mrf *or 
IVOH MW Contlnant 
300 Natlnnal 

•30n N *• BUI Dam 1(0 
*00 \rw flijprrlor 135 
1(4*0 Oil S*l*rt|nni 
700 Okali* 

Moo Otnnliran* • 

M( Pa, uf n- || 

4700 Pan Wr«t*m mo 
1400 I'rtrol O 4k O 

WM Prada «l 

KWl Punrfi 

iso# R»*r u 

toon R. nana 

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modify spot prices: 

Coffee, xpol, Santos No. 4 

55'in. 

Cocoa, spot, Accra. 32 n. 
Sugar, raw. N Y.. .0630. 
Cnttorixeed oil, crude. SF 
-14*4 0 . 

Soybean oil. crude, Decatur, 
.13 S a. 

Peanut oil. crude. S.E., .26 
Coconut oil. crude. P C., .18’* a. 
I^ird, Chicago. ,1012n. 

Linseed oil. raw. N Y., 1625a 
Wool lops. N Y , 1.950n. 
Rayon, satin acetate, N.Y . 
EDMONTON (BUP) — Re >’ d • 29 
serves of crude oil and liquid l^ad, N.Y . .13 S. 
petroleums Increased In West- w *bc. East St I^oui*. .11. 
ern Canada by more than 356. Tm - ^ 1 -21 '■> 

000,000 barrels during 1952. ac- Cotton. N Y., l b. 3440. 

cording to estimaleB of the 

Canadian Petroleum Associa- • 

tion'a rnmmlttee on crude oil 

reserves, 

Estimated reserves of 

883.000 barrels in Alberta, Sas w -a 

katehewan and thp Northwest 1 1 

Territories up to December 21. ' § 

1952 set an all-time high record /v .. /* ^ 

for Canada V / / Q /)/) 

rhe estimates of the commit ## / # # MS 

ice say that discoveries of new W M / m ,w tW j 

fields and pools brought 317 ^ 

431.000 barrels of proved re- ■ * v 

serve, while extensions and re 11 / # 

visions in 1952 accounted for ■ M / M 

.in additional 100 623 000 bar ■/■/ VO # /0 


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8 flatly (Colonist Vie tom, b.c , Thur. March 12. 1953 


Provide Stiff Test for Totems 


Merchants' Attack 
Drop First Game. 6 


m hkia.n (1 CON Nr La. p**s from Fred McColl at six 

Poww Itden Victoria Mcr minutes. Rudy Pisi no made it 
chants, held In check (of two *>2 at 9.03 when he hanged 


pled in the third Orville Courier got Sail- 

ors’ final tally. 

The game produced rugged 
hookey throughout but, remark- 
ably, there were only four 
penalties , two to each club, and 
no fights, although Taylor and 
an ardent Navy fan had harsh 


•Navy crew, eru 

frame to take a 63 decision in 
the first game of the Commei 
clal Hockey Leagues final play- 
off series. 

Playing before an estimated 
1.400 at Memorial Arena, the 
Merchants displayed ihe same 

drive and scoring punch which " °rds In ihe third period, 
carried them to the league 
I championship and through the 
semi jinal playoffs with Army. lh ** 

But though the Dealers 
deserved the win they were 
forced to earn It, Navy put up 
a stuhhorn battle during the 
first two frames but could not 
keep up with Merrhan'«‘ obvi- 
! nus superiority in the final. 

GREAT HOCKEY 
The first period, featured hy 
end toend play and smalt pass 
lng plays, pioduced some of 
the best hockey seen in Ihe 
league this season. 

Jt was during ihis period that 9 oi 
Sailors showed the. hesi. They 
twice took the lead only to 
have Merchants come storming 
back. Ted Audeite put Navy 
in front at the 43 second mark 
when he fired home a long 
. screened shot with Merchants’ 

, Ah VViehe in the penalty box 
j and Martin Fraser later put 
| them ahead 2 1 on a pass from 
I Doug Johnston after Mer 
rhanfs had pulled even Rut 
ihis lend was also short lived. 

TOr LINE STOPPED 

Merchants* top line of Toby 
Brown Norm LaCree Ron Brcm- 
ncr tied the score both times in 
the first period with Brown, the 
league's Individual scoring 
champion, on the firing end both 
times. He scored the first on a 
smart play with Wirbe and 
Brcmner and the second from 
I-aCree. At that time it looked 
like the line would have an- 
other wild night but it was 
kept scoreless In the final two 
frames. 

Ed Taylor put Merchaots 
ahead for ihe first time at 2.55 
•) of the second period, the only 
' goal of the middle session. If 
was a fluke goal. Taylor's pass- 

S oul from behind ihe net hit Stu 
I Christensen's leg and bounced 
into the net. 

JONES BRILLIANT 
®»l Navy goalie Norm Jones 
turned In a sound game hut he 
• c ' couldn't stop all the rubber 
' ,fl slapped at him In the third 
period. 

NViebe scored unassisted at ' 
two minutes and again on a 


Second came In the best of- 
even series will be played at 
arena next Monday start- 
fully ,nc *' 8.30 p m Victoria Juniors 
and the Mainland Junior* will 
meet )n the second game of a 
two game total goal series for 
the Coast idle tn the prelimi 
nary starting at 7 pm. 

*« MMsav 

eirtl period 1 . s»»» Aud*tl» II; 1 
Mfrrhanti Brown Bmnnsn 

10 JJ 3. N»»v, .Jn«nw>n( till, 

I v«»rrh»n'» Brown iltrrw II 
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JM Prn.lM Arnold 4 Jl 
Third p#rloit I Merrhsnt • Wish* 
3 no » M*r.n«n « W|»Of .Mi-Colli 4 |M> 

» Mrirtionta Pi«rfto •Wnort Tivln: 


Victoria curling passed its 


Victoria Hitjh School Totems will meet 


Ford, forward; Everett Hindman, 
centre, and ('.one Mol lesion, coach; 
kneeling— Jay Barnes, forward: Jack 
Hamilton, all-star forward; Bill Ri Pr - 
ward, all-star guard; Ron Gilmore, 
guard, and Vince Jameson, guard, w ho 
is four-letter athlete at Bellingham 
High School. 


severest test 

yesterday when rink composed of 
sportscasters and sports writers met 
team from Victoria Cougars in chal- 
lenge match at new curling rink. 
Though no official score was availahle 
it is reported that Cougars came out 
on top hut both rinks are still claiming 


victory. Sweeping vigorously are 
Cougars Ivan Irwin (left! and Doug 
Anderson 'right! while Colin Kilburn 
follow s up shot hy Don Webster. Oppos- 
ing rink was composed of sportscaster* 
Ted Reynolds and Bill Stenhenson and 
sports editors Bill Walker tf The Daily 
Times and Jim Tang of the Colonist. 


stiff test in Nick's Comets of Belling- 
ham as final tune-up tomorrow for B.C. 
inter-high school basket hall tournament 
next week. Members of Bellingham 
team are. left to right, standing — 
Walter Cowie, centre; Bill Irtama, for- 
ward; B. R. Nickeson, manager; Bill 


Keport Kramer, Secljjman Feud 
On Proposed Australian Trip 


veteran who ha* Is-cn below old- 
ume form, chipped in with four N 7' 

i» in ii jfli ;I" M X**lxt.S. «■ Ni 

r* h n 324 33i Karl Reihel scored once and Sjj* 

A M ' 7»? »7 helped on another goal to take t/ai 

u Bw.kwioon ai'cbj- the Kcnrlng lend from his in- 

lured teammate. Vie Siasiuk. |> 
hit tougher last ^ilvl now has Si points, one 

’.a Cougars, still * han *'*' *"ri three 

more than Alex K.ileu. the only 
a mo hema.ieal player with a reasonable chance II 
; into the West- of over nking the youthful Ed 
gue playdowns. montnntan, 
vers, who helped 
their muse Tuesday hy besting 
Vancouver, went down at New 
Westminster as the Royals 
moved Into 


» n e*nall 1*4 


The A ^,rifV«? N1 ?‘ I™' ' AP '~ , Kramer said he understands I’d just as soon play there If 
«rn, n",* fwo or thw promoter* have arrangement* are fair and 

open into* a personal feud be- P m P°*'* d tr,p " to Australia hut ' 

tween the featured performers, '**' ™ on " *PProached 1 1 r ™ f * r ,n .■ dv « nc * to 

Jack Kramer and Frank Sedg- h,m about ,hp ™" Pr * ^exnlTinei tlTh. », 

m,,. Jnhnny J.*, «„or,. ,di,„r «»'•■>* « <”™A<T.S 

ol the ban Antonin Evening He agreed Australian flnan which enda May 31. be followed 
News, said Wednesday in his rial arrangements might be a hv a rest and a Canadian i »,.r 

X »“• HV oZr 

Quoting a New- Orleans If they want to have us tmupe have indicated approval 
gource. Janes wrote that Kramer down there it will be on a sound ’ After that I’ve been think 

and Sedgman. thr Australian tennis and finanrial hasis. The mg tentatively in terms of 

who held the world amateur Australia issue is squarely in South Africa New Zealand . nH 

title until he joined the pro- my hands. I hold the contracts Australia,” he said 

fes.sional* In December, are at ^ J 

the breaking point because of ■■ /" > 1 . » j 

Kramer - ® refusal 1o take the tl/xn/x \ ^ A ^7 _ 


VitirauYrr 


Two players owned by the 
victoria Tyeea shared the 
limelight at Glendale yester- 
day as the “Rookies" l»eal the 
’Regular*" in an inter squad 
game at the training camp of 
the Portland Bearer*. 

Victoria's own Bill Prior, 
who has been making a favor- 
able* Impression In bin effort 
to win a place on Ihe t oast 
league team, Improved his 
chances hv pitching tlgh‘ 
baseball and registered a S-Z 
victory. 

•Lte f lardy, recently pur- 
chased from !.as \ egas amt 
expected to hold down first- 
base for the Tyees — unless he 
should win a chance with the 
Beavers— hit a triple and 
"Ingle |r> lead the attack for 
the "Rookies." 

Palm Springs, a second 
WIL graduate, Gordie Bruns- 
wick. paced Seattle Kalniers 
to a 12-9 virtory over San 
Francisco Seal* with two 
home run*. 


• *» ,11 -.r» 

II « II K*v 
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M1 * WINNIPEG lCPi-Th- Do- 
**""» minion men * senior hsskethsll 


spot, only 
behind the third- 
pl^ce Camjck* and three behind 
Hie runner-up Calgary Slam- 
fH'ders. 

TOl'GH C HORE 

The result really put matierx 
up to the Cougar*. If they win 
all ihetr remaining games. 
Royals need only two point* In 
three games to best them, Ed- 
monton would need four points 
In six games and^Taeomn five 
in atx. One Cougar loss would 
reduce each of those tola Is hy 
, two point* and two setback* 
would eliminate the Islander* 
unless Tacoma lost all their re- 
maining games and Seattle 
railed to get more than three 
point*. 

About the Only thing that 
favor* the Cougar* la that play 
off position* will be derided on 
the basis of most vttorlea If 
there is a tie for «l*lh place 
They have played fewer draw 
games than any club. 

< OSTLV WIN 

Victory, however, wax costly 
for the Royal*. Atrcadv mlnu* 
oiiie Porohny. reportedly out 
for the season wl»h chest in- 
juries, they pressed injured 
Ken I’llyot Into service. The 
veteran centre suffered a shoul- 
der separation in the first per- 
iod when checked heavily bv 
Bill Folk and is nut for the ha! 
ante of the season. 

Rnv.iis were never behind as 
they took 3 2 and 4-3 leads in 
the ftr*t two periods and then 
made it safe with two late goal* 
after Flyer* hail made It ^ I 
with lust over Jfl minutes left., 

Jackie Hamilton, pudgy rnv 
tre veteran, rame to life in 
spark *1he winner* with three 
first • period goals and from 
there playing rnai-h Max McNab 
and little Riinky Boyce look rare 
of the scoring, each gening a 
pair of goals Rob L/ive. anoiher 


__ final series will « Ur t a, th« 

home Of the Wcdfis Canada 

c, ?"S! ,lnn ‘ i Apnl 1H ^ Jnnt>n 

OlOreS "! u,nn 'P #, ‘: president of me 
Canadian Amateur Risk-thill 
Association, announced Tue«* 
•» ■ day. 

iiif4« 7 1 1,0 men's junior champi m- 

if.**** (Ulan s.| , ship aerie* will be played in 
r ^ Eastern Canada starting the 

•I-wnd quarter- *^me date. 

In the senior aerie* the VI an I- 
h'*e, I |* nh 9 winners w||| meet the Al- 

betta winner* m a best nf three 
game* western xeml final to be 
played in Alberta April 2, 3 
and 4. 

Rrlttah Cnlumhi, 


oh x aixior 

o*rn Sounq j 
■ But -nt -k? ■ rr) 
OMA Jt Nina 


Billets Needed 


. , , Gordie Howe scored his 47th 

'Vou beat me . . 

tour I'll con- Rn * 1 ot ,he J,Pa50n last n| K h ‘ » 
Xtralia " Detroit Red Wing* blanked New 

« ' York Rangers, 2 0. In a National 

(day’s victory Hnck *>' before a 

slim Madison Square Garden 
crowd of 5,280. 

imer said ne 

* discussed a leaves Howe only three 

in tour "hut 8°*** behind the all time NHL 
,g manner." record set hy Montreal’s Maurice 
d any argu- Richard during the 1944-45 
We've had a *cavm and he has six games 
left in which to xuipas* the 


V arsity Gratis 

m 

Manitoba 
Hoop Champs 


nillelM »r«* Still reqilir'M 
for the week end for ahnul 
M youngster* front all 
pan* Of British Columbia 
who will be taking part In 
the pros Ihrlal bantam haa- 
krthall tournament. 

Anyone uifh suitable ac- 
commodation who I* will- 
ing to lend a helping hand 
I* »*«ked In phone details 
In F WtW today. 


• vHiairtoN 

e«rl Cr • nr | • a a>wi Vlir" 
**•* ATT NS WAN JIMoa 
"■•kainon 3 Hum'eiOC « 
itliimhnlifi I*. i*. ii»> i .,i 
fin»l J-J no* f«m» firti ( 

MAVirnaa jt'Ntoa 

•' IWhU- 1 RrirHnn 

"• S-Ynlttfa ir*i» I»ai , 


will meet 
'he winner In the final he*t of- 
five series April 6, 7, 8. m and 
11 In British Colombia. The 
dates for the senior and lunlor 
Dominion finals are April 18, 
17. J8, 20 and 21. 

In Junior men « competitions 
the British Columbia w-inner* 
W ill play a heat of three series 
at Alberts April 2. 7 and I an j 
the winner w|l| play a be«t of- 
five western final In Manitoba 
April fi. 7. fl 10 and 11 The 
winner travel* to the best -of. 
five final m Ihe East 


WINNIPEG (CPt — Varsity 
Grad* retained their Manitoba 
aenior men’a basket hall charn- 
ptonahip and the Crowe Trophy 
Wednesday hy defeating Win- 
nipeg Paulina 76-73 In the decid- 
ing game of their best of five 
final. ' 

Grads, who won the Western 
title last year, will open their 
best-nf-three Western semi final 
In Alberta April 2, 

Roy William* wa* top point- 
getter with 28. Carl Rldd with 
17 and George Oelkers with 15 
made up ihe hulk of the remain- 
ing Varsity points 
Doug Graham bagged 25 
point* for Paulin* follow-ed hv 
John Brown and Roy Rurkett 
each with 13 and Rosa Turner 
with 12. 


>ore Gains 
sy Virtory 


T ■ w M man advantage. ST. LOUIS (API — Light- 

I ti IlkwkBv I *j-v I I ENDS FAMINE heavyweight champion Archie 

111 11001) 1011 Bob Goldham *eored Ihe win - J 1 ™' NIn° V« Idea for 

... ,, , it j n,,| K 'ally 10 minule* earlier on , »nam mm is derision Wednes- 

Washing on Huskies polled H fn>m T ed Lindaav for his ' hr ' r nationally 

*.x r.r*» place votes and .370 f)r „ NHL , slnce F>bruar> , * nul a ' ,hp 

points to take second place '01051 Arena. Moore weighed ISO, 

tha final Associated Proii while Valdes, a big but agile 

ba*ketball poll before the Na- G°* l,e I erry Sa wrhuk rame r u b a n heavyweight, scaled 
Itonsl Invitation and National U P wt ' h » brilliant per forms ncr. 209',. 

Collegiate Athletic Association * n r 1 u rt 1 n K m * n > *en*atlon«I There w;ere no knorkdownx 
tournaments. save* among his 24 stop*, a* be although Moore obviously wa* 

The final poll will be released handed Ranger* their flr*t nut for the big punch as he 
March 22 after the tournament* *'h"ewa*hing on home ire and rame up with a rush in the late 
are completed- stages after wearing down the 

Huskies' rebounding triumphs Ol 1 I If 1 1 htg V'aldes 
over ( ilifnrnia in the Parlltc OK\ l3FKS Il0l(l (>n ^ Farrell scored It 

Coast Conference final hoosied J 57 43 for Moore Judge Al Graff 

them within 22 point* of lead- tn ■ * * Bare it to the light-heavy champ 

lng Indiana which polled U 1 1 1 V'> I < 1 1 Y1 1 * rl ,fi * n * r*t*rr* Ray Palmer 

first place vote* and 392 |H>lnt*. * "141 » VIIII/ saw it 53-47 for Archie. 


She I /as a Problem! 
25,000 Mon Needed 


mavor and I could rail out the 
Hire and fire department*." 


AT MEMORIAL ARENA 

FRIDAY 


Vdditiona! Spor 
Pages 9 and 10 


COUGARS vb 
EDMONTON 


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FREE 

1221 WEITINQMOUtK 
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at en.rtn a* 
KENTS LTD, 

712 Fort *1. 


Allan Jones of Skylark Cafe 

and Gunther Smuda and Doug DUNCAN Ron Harper and Mars; 
Motion, both of Sttathrnna Col D. Woodley, both of Duncan, quart 
fee Shop, were unbeaten in Will meet Thursday in the final Oil 
Senior "R" Table Tennis League n ' 'he C. C. Wright event of saw f 
plav on Tuesday the first annual honsplel of the F’etur 

Skylatk* mainlataeff a four- L’owichan Curling Club. Berk I 

point lead hv trimming Me- Harper defeated Rn^ Shop n f Ni 
Lures Grocery. 20 12, while r w ’" 1 Duncan and Woodley Mu 
runner-up Strathcona defeated 'ftmmed Red Dunn of Nanaimo mh» 

Sylvester U Drive, 27-21. ,n . ThP '^ml-flnal* here the j 

Lineup* follow: Wednesday frHtlr 

•k-tkrx. r.t, , or,*„snsa J- Stephens of Seattle ad final* 

* am-Ti J h YartfUv • ro«ii vsnred to the final in the rounr 

ti Uf * ru * h «n*8h Riverside Trophy Pnre 
M^;2’ ), ,7'*m rn, "Z •" pv * nt h - v defeating Torn- Folk She 

‘ ^ Duncan. Stephens had ellm go lr 
b.V, ^; r , • 'n-'ed Cunning. of Duncan and the 

Hanwm_» T»i»i it Folk had disposed of Larry erent 


A ANC OI AER <( Pi — Ellers 
won lh»- Aaneouver Intercity 
senmr " A” women's basketball 
championship W rditPtdi y 
night hy downing Kitstlano 
< •immunity ( entre 58 1,3. 

Ellers f(»ok the Im-*I nf-fi re 
serlex three games to two. 
They will meet 3 irtorta in a 
best -of three series for ihe 
British Columbia champion 
ship. Games %s ||| be played 
In 3 anrouver Friday, Satur- 
day and. If necessary. Monday. 

High scorer for Ellers was 
loan Mitchell «Hh 1.7 point*. 
Nora McDermott followed 
with II. Mrarnle Summers of 
Kitstlano lopped all scorers 

with 2K prints. 


■That brought the house dow n 
and they voted to rome to r>e 
Unit for the f|i«t ume in 25 


HOME Ft RMTI RE STORE 
813 Fort Al. Phone II 2.722 


Mosconi Co 
(die Laurel 


"I yy .«« Just kidding hut now 
I re* lire there ate 3, (Wo team* 
of fix e tv omen e* i h coming here 
heglijniog April s aod that 
mean* 27.000 women who expert 
even* " 

Only aoluuon to Ihe problem 
She said, wai lo get Mayor Al- 
bert ('oho out of town during 
the tournament 

Then 1 would be acting 


SAT! RDAV. MARCH 14 
H.30 p.ni. 

cougars 


fending champion W||lie Mn*. 
coni clinched the world pocket 
billiard title for the rntuth time 
In a row and the 11th time in 
the last 12 year* Wednesday 
When he defeated Luther l^essi- 
ter of Elizabeth City. N.C., 150 
33 in two Innings 

It wa* hi* seventh win of the n 1 5- point 
tournament without defeat. Vancouver I 
The rue wizard also rquaW»d basketball 
hi* own world record for short High School 
game* hy closing out the match 'Earlier, 

In two frame* He aeeompltahed Cumberland 
the same feat in 19.70 and In dropped th 


VANCOUVER 


VICTORIA BALLROOM 
TONIGHT — ft. ,7ft 




FAN F \ 1! F. 

Bv Walt 
Dltren 


WIFU Bans Poaching 


Golf— 


OF Juiror Prospects jw» h™ 

I l»V SAM SN HAD 


EDMONTON (CP* The 
" '’Mem Intrrprovtnrlal Foot* 
I'niMM ha# a nn tampering 
egrttement giving |t« cluh* fir-.i 
♦ all on Junior prfMpert* in ihnr 
own territory. 

TH* ruling, reached at ihe 
WIFI 1 annual meeting in Regina 
in January, w.»* dlscloaed hv 
Kilmnmon Eskimo president 
Ken Montgomery at m Wedne*- 
•h.v gathering of pres* and Hub 


into another team'* territory 
•nd pluck unclaimed prospects. 

The agreement gives WJnnl 
l»eg Blue Bombers -first call on 
Manitoba player* while Sa*k*t 
• hew an Rough rider* have first 
pick of players in their region, 
including Saskatoon Hilltop*. 
The territorial line between Ed 
nionton and Calgary i»>ampeders 
is roughly through fled Deer, 
ahout mid way between the two 


BV SAM SNEAD 

Gal/ • Giaataai flaiw ltulai 

The player who positions the 
ball too near centre when 
swinging a No 1 or No 2 wood 

thereby alter * 

the lOfl <if ' lit 0) _ 
club at impact /%d) .v J 
and he Is apt in ( i 

very low skim 
mlng along the 


Monlipirnerv .ml Hie OPEN TKKKITOKV R eU,n K llt * cur / 

' run- applies until fhi* season (he Vanctover !£?. jj ' [2 >\ J 

Ju, » !? * f,M whlch c,uta •ret w,ii ne open to ,n tour ^ J , If 1 » 

1-r- Clubs But when Van- maximum d i s If \ 15 

W |) A \li I euuver actively enters athe WI . , , jM ^aif 

jKA 'Makes J?' I9:>1 in that area ov , r *p in po ,, ^ 2 

r F . r- m th^ r SL Un,U JU,y 10 A v - 

I nin tv S||| kilt Montgomery also reported ****** c,ub llke ,hp Nn 1 or 

1 * J 11 * ^IIUUl that a full exchange of east and N°- 2 wood or iron, a bit for 

a m a I vv<v<l 1 |l| bs for pre-season exhl ward of centie By positioning 

\ I Mi ll I ||||<r|ipr b " IOr | l 11 *" W, V l!Wl1 upon m the hall in this was ihe club 

*■ * "U . lid principle at a Joint meeting of . „„ . . „ . .. „ 

‘ 'hr VVIR' and the Big Four this fatV ,akP * bal1 ‘ n ,h<f *«*'■ 

OTTAWA ifPi The Gov winter Teams would be alter ,ion ,h, “ dubmaker intended, 

ei nor General * Trophy m-itrh listed for home and away exhl- That |iositlon occurs Just after 

fear are of ihe Dumlnion of billon games each \ea..' a No. J or No. 2 wood or iron 

• anada Rifle Association’* This season, Ottawa Rou**h , 

annual week long shoot at Rider* and Toronto Argos a're h * l i^Vine ^nd^t'a ted 

nearby Connaught rifle ranges, expected to come west to plav .! ni! .VJl* ? ?i k ^ 

ha* been made toughe. for the Winnipeg and Edmonton while n „ h , hfM ,. hl ,|,f d M ui^ hn fir 

' A ™ u r,r oprnk s rr * n " s - k *" ht - 

August iu. wan Roughr ders go east to m. i,.,. ...... . . . 

„ A. Mon w„ Montm/l Ato l^ " T^Znl" 

nav. the association der ided to *"d Hamillnn Tiger < at*. „ 

• ernivt-iprf no lohn * mil* Co > 

increase the mimlsT oE«runds 

If The final stage at the 900- II* i | li*ll I 

Hitlers Ahead or Hurlers 

• hanged with 10 rounds at .Tibi 

yards and l.'i rounds at 600 ¥ CT 

In r reoeason Contests 

pal Ion by younger marksmen, Pitchers took a 'humping ves- *»" *or* * a> hi nm *un « •« « 


,, OPEN TEKRITOKV 


DCRA Makes 
Trophy Shoot 
Much Toucher 


OTTAWA i CP i 


Veteran Trio 
Retires 
From Lacrosse 

NEW WESTMINSTER 
'BtPi Art Pruden. rookie 
coach of the New Westminster 

-'•Imonacs intercity league la- 
crosse team, plarm to pick ms 
club early this season and stick 
with It 

Getting set for a club in**et 
Ing Thursday, Pruden said he’ll 
pick hi* learn from the players 
who turn out at the star! and 

said any player* who turn up 
late expecting to push one of 
the regulars off the team won’t 
have a chance this season, no 
matter how good they are 

Pruden disclosed that Jake 
Proctor, Reo Jerome and Alfie 
Wood have retired from the 
game and the Salmonacs likely 1 
will build around Bill Tohh. 1 
Bert Houston, Hugh Crude ' 
•hank Jake Trotzuk. Bob I 
Anderson and Ted Mosdell. 

SalmonacB will play * short I 
passing, quick breaking game 
said Pruden. 


Mat Headliner 


Baity (Hutu lUBt Victoria, 1C., TWra.. Marck 12, 19SJ 



Quebec Group Civen Extra Time 
To Purge Its Contempt of CAHA 


MONTREAL 'CP> The 
wordy squabble in amateui 
hockey, under full sleam on a 
36 hour extension, appears io t»e 
reaching Its loudest pitch on 
two points apologies and rein- 
statement 

The Canadian Amateur 
Hockey Association Wednesday 


In effect, this deadline has 
been put another 16 hour* 
ahead while the QAHA decides 
what it will do. So (ai as i* 
known here, no teams have 
abandoned Hip QAI1A in iu 
dispute with Ihe CAHA The 
Quebec Senior Hockey League 
withdrew from the QAHA but 


Louise SuggvS 

rp 

Shows Lowest 


CARL ENGSTROM 

Popular grappler. Engstrom 
returns to Victoria tonight to 
meet Mr Sakata In main event 
of regular weekly wrestling 
card at Victoria ballroom. David 
Jons matches holds with An- 
gelo MartinelJ! in semi-main 
While Axel Cadier tangles with 
Doug Don nan in opener ai S ,10 

IM t K STANDINGS 

SMI Kl< SN NIN K» * |.| |(,| | 

... . . f * LTn/uAr. 

«n Jl !0 J IM 1ST ;• 

eutiuuich . . n >• i ton m tj 

S&ltS* -- A- *■ ]l 10 1 in |« if 

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CfoiMi.r,,* sn 2i ii | IM m M 

*»»•*“ St II IS ) iso III «» 


branch must apologize for being 
defiant if it wants its team* to 
enter the Junior and senior 
Canadian championship series 
for the Memorial and Allan 
Cup*. 

The Quebec Amateur Hockey 
Association said apologies or no 
apologies lis officers must he 
reinstated 111 full Command of 
Ihe branch. 

NOON DKADEIN E 

The CAHA said Ihe QAHA 
can make up its mind h\ noun 
loday. There was an earlier 
deadline — , midnight Tuesday 
night for team* and leagues 
within the QAHA to express 
their willingness to align them 
selves wilh the CAHA in the 
dispute 


i*«i Bi- lonrt r mil* C« 


Hitters Ahead ot Hurlers 
In Pre-Season Contests 


Golf Average Two Favorites Scratched 

At t.l SI A, Ga, 'API — Louise W~T £1 ■ ■ 

xr,-;:i 7 * rom MeepJechase Event 

in the ri><« t~r- >k.. . ... *■ 


pa> ion by younger marksmen, Pilchers took a thumping yes- r o/x *a< im oim nun « m i 
Ihe association reported a new terday as JJS () f the 16 major *^iV""aciiLiL.L 0 *.i* > J,, 1 " 0 
aw ard to be known a* the Burke league baseball team* continued «i. z* i.« «.*■,.* n ? t , *o,Vo*, 

cadet junior aggregate. A cash their spring training in eight h^V^'n. 0 . ri/k 
prize will he given by its exhibition games. Coiiim. wtounriaii c 0 «n * 

founder. Dr. Desmond Burke of , nn r ., n . ,' A ' “* 903 » it t 

e*. . , . . , 1 khttipn nav\ ijij runs bj Uum ooo 001 no ooa 1 < 1 

Toronto, recognized (. snsda ^ nrrtrnti on 162 hits which in •** i°ainni 

No. 1 marksman ( .,uded no ess , Li. B...,. Oi. 

< nlef business of the meeting run*. 'U«: siaiey e..a.r 

was the elecvon of the HO fleavletit cannonading came at I wc'» . Hm«n' ‘•^i2J5!"aJi!mJ" * n- D 
member council of the DCRA I-o* Angeles, w-here the St .ai ooo mi si»_ « , t , 

with representatives from each Louis Browns hit six home runs o!X 'Srioi* .ndTiJ 

of Ihe 10 provinces. In pounding out a 29-4 win. li ni ' nh "•ctmti <«• . n..k.r <ii 

I.i.-Col. George Patrick of wa * ,hr fourth straight win for 1 «"?.// *'«”' '.«r' al7ahtSu “"s”*”"' 
Oiiawa. former commanding Brownie*. 

ol fleer of the Governor General’s Brooklyn Dodgers, favored to n.» “v" rx A .k. §m oo?Z i ! j 

Fool Guards, was re-electe/1 *s National league *•*•••■ s«,rh.r»i g r . Pl , 

chairman of the council. champions, rang up their fifth u.i.m wm!! 

Executive members Include: ,n * row while the Detroit 
Maj. J. VV. lloulden, Winnipeg. Tigers expected to wind up u, Si 5Si m *} \ 

inspector W. V. C. Chisholm. w *tnewhere In the lower reaches Un« n.m u.n .j. ,nd 

HCMP. Edmonton and MaJ. J. nf 1 h e American League, carried s«.V *''''*ksV S!" 4 "* 

M MacNell, Vancouver. ,h ^* r ""defeated streak through S* Is.ii. PriMt w'ni 

— ^ a 'fourth game. The world-cham- ' 'J*.!”* Dy,k 

j • • m-w | Ph»n New York Yankees, mean 

Kiner neady, ''" ,k ,n,pr ’'" . 

I«r r . «wr, Dodger* edged Philadelphia 

11 cilfc U Iiril A *. 4 in one of the two game-, jM 

»T tt I 1 1 ' fr "PI II In w'hlch no home runs were MS 

! hit. The Tigers bested Boston 

I ? |¥ * I Braves 1 1-10. due to a seven jjra 

rom KlCkeV n,n fif,h ,n n*"R featured by Mft 

J Walt Dropo’s home run. l*he 

LOS ANGELES *APi Ralph J* nk ^ home n,ns from H 

Kmer. the home run hitter who| Char, ' r S,,vrra - M '^ey Mantle ■ 

ha* reached no agreement with ?"' J olli ”.* hut ,05 ' ■ 

the Pittsburgh Pirates over his "?*!’. ,nR,on Abators, who had H 

19».1 contract, said Tuesday he f, “ ‘ n * n Provide the winning ■ 

has heard nothing from Man ,r * ,n wl,h A run 

ager Branch Rickey irv three 1 

Weeks t.lANTH I NDH KUn. 

"I’m eager to lie on my way 1 New York Giant* «Uo te • 

to Havana as soon a* we reach mainerf undefeated by whipping 
an agreement." Kiner declared. Chicago White Sox. 7-3. for their 
"I think I'm in good shape and fourth win Neither aide hit for 
could stan playing tight away. >br circuit hut eighth-inning 
I \e been running and hatting home run*, by Hank Sauer and 
every day and my timing Is Baker, which produced 

the only thing that need* *nme H bree runs, gave Chicago Cubs 
work.' • H victor) over ClWBand-Iit 

Kiner s*id he was surprised dlan*. Ilorry Simpson and Luke 

he hadn’t heard from Rickey. I Foster hit homers for the losers. 

The Pittsburgh general man And. at Clearwater, two home 
ager declared the slugger a n,n " b V 19 year -old rookie 


AI GL’STA, Ga. « API Louise 
•^"gg*. National open cham- 
pion. Is leading the standings 
in the race for the new Glenn* 
Collett Vare Trophy in the 
Ladies Professional Golfers' 
Association. 

Miss Suggs' average of 7360 
stroke* pe r round in the five 
tournaments to date this year 
I* the low'e*t among the women 
pros. Babe /.ahanns la second 
with a stroke average of 74 . 13 , 
Retxy Rawls, leading money 
winner last year, is third with 
74.73. 

The women’s equivalent of 
the men* Vardon Trophy will 
be awarded annually to the pro 
wdth the lowest scoring average 
for the year. 


PCMP. Edmonton and MaJ. J. 
M. MacNell, Vancouver. 

Kiner Ready, 
Waits Word 
From Rickey 


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Lorn*. 

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Marl.n. Sau.r 
Sevarly »|« n on 
J.rVl. Sung 

S»‘l» UlrglnnAn 


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till U II 
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LONDON iAP' Korty-four 
*ii*eplechasers till are In 'he 
Grand National scheduled for 
March 28 at A in tree. 

The final acceptance list for 
the four miles and 856 yards 
over 30 of the toughest jumps 
in the world was published 
Wednesday. 

Mi*'lng from the list of 
probable starters were Teal, last 
year * winner, who is to have an 
operation for a ruptured bowH. 
and Royal Tan. second in IBH 
Irish trainer Vincent O’Brien 
said he could not get the horses 
fit In time for the gruelling test. 

Originally 73 steeplechasers 
were entered for the blue rib 
bon of Jumping. 

Among the prohahle «.tarler< 
Is Jock Whitney's nine-year-old 
Kentucky. 

The race will be WMirih $26 
lo“ to the winning owner, plus 
a trophy valued at $1,100. Sec 


ond money will be $3,174 and 
third place will tie $1,671 

The scratching of Teal and 
Royal Tan ruined thp betting 
market on the' race. Book- 
makers hastily convened a call- 
over and made Lucky Dome, 
one of the lowest frighted 
horses In the handicap at 14U 
pounds, the new UV1 favorite.- 

Lucky Dome i.« a stable com- 
panion of Royal Tan. 

Early Mist and Little Yid 
were Joint second favorites at 
100 to 7. Then came Witty at 
100 to 6 

Whispering Steel and Glen 
Kite were rated 20 to | and Car- 
dinal Error 22 to 1 Wot No Sun, 
a consistent [>erfnrmer over the 
Aintrce course, was 2-'» to 1. 

Three horse*. Stormhead. 
Mont Tremblant and Parasol II. 
were .11 to 1. 

No other horse was given a 
price by the bookie*. They can 
be assumed to he 100 In 1 shot*. 


Mu- original issue was over 
the playing status of 18 year-old 
Ron Attwell. -ho ha* played 
with Montreal Junior Cana 
diens. The CAHA claimed Alt 
well is still registered within Its 
Ontario branch. The QAHA 
claimed it properly granted Alt- 
well ,t certificate to plav within 
Hie Quebec branch. On this is- 
sue the QAHA. but nut ns com- 
ponent part*, was suspended for 
defying the (larent body. 

In Hie continuing rumpus 
since, new points have ansen, 
Attwell ha* been dropped from 
ihe rosier of the junior Cana 
dicn on ground* he was being 
mad*- l he innocent goat The 
QAHA notified the CAHA of 
ihi“ situation and sought rein i 
statement. 

Ql'KKTION OF AI THOKITY 

At his home in Midland. Oni., 
secretary manager George Dud 
ley of the CAHA said the issue 
is not over Attwell hut whether 
a ruling of the CAHA "is to 
have authority or be treated 
with contempt bv its branches." 

He said QAHA "ha* until 
noon Thurstiay to purge it* con- 
tempt." 

Dudley was *«ked bv The 
Canadian Press: "If the QAHA i 
apologizes, do its officers go 
back into good standing?" 

"Not at present." he said, 
They will remain suspended 
until the CAHA annual meet 


ing In May but would be per- 
mitted to rarry on the btanch 
meanwhile Penalty. If any, 
would be dealt with at the an- 
nual meeting" 

On this point. QAHA offi- 
cer* In Montreal said: "If we 
ate still under suspension how 

Q* to carry on the Quebec 
branch'* operations?" 

Dudley was asked also that 
In event of the demanded apol- 
ogy being made would Attwell 
be considered eligible by the 
CAHA to play with Canadient. 

‘Tie is out for this season." 
said Dudley. "After this season 
he will be a free agenr." 

President Martin Conwav of 
the QAHA said that at the mo- 
ment the mnior point is rein- 
statement of the QAHA office.* 
unconditionally until the CAHA 
annuaJ meeting 

Conway also said lie had 
wired Dudley and other CAHA 
officer* that the dispute could 
be settled jf reinstatement wer* 


STOP FALLING HAIR I 
UNSIGHTLY 
DANDRUFF! 

It's a fact ’ Thousand* in Britain 
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hair tonic that combine* 14 
amino-acids It rid* your aralp 
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natural lustre and beauty tn 
v our hair. Ask your druggist 
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holdout when he failed in ip|tor1 
s' Havana March 1, 


catcher E/I Bailey accounted for 
five run* and gave Cincinnati 


ITeviouQy Rickey had told Ro ' 1 ' an n 7 ov ^ r Phils 

. . . .Inlt.hla riV.il. 


Kiner he muld rcpnri on , I p h , h | * Phil*. 

M uch 15 bill later rescinded chi .*• imw ito " 1 * 

that offer, which a No hid m a, l •*“ « • # 

..I ..^i , , .. , HiakNH lA’Aiittti friring i]» «nj 

« lulled a salary btdieved to lie m w»'iin, .,n mwim. w«iu -> Mirktu* 
Ihe vu inltv of $76,500 n rut *" d 

Mum the reported $90,000 .hot WZ SS <m an » W \ 

m de him the highest n.-iid 1 '*'•**« • ••'»» '»•. 

pl.iver in baseball ' W a - .*? 

Working nut prlvatclv at I’, D*irau, 

P'im Spring*. Kiner *ald he’s ci*. i »n. **i at* im it ii t 

trlmmivi off about six pounds •93iua*ioh« iHi mi is mi - ?i» » 

sod |* dow n to n7. his apptoxl VunV-V 

mite plw Vine weight U>»* , » |<I«< ClnMnn.-l i Ji; 

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^ou l! he d standout in any company in a new 19M DcSoto — 
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pcrformmg Powcrmastcr Stx. . 

Boch cars brin£ you aufomohile *y\mg at irs freshest and 
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un'inr at! mnrt.t.nfta .n a D#3o»n *ou-p *. th Pnw*r R-,.** • 


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rat' lb* I I'aari K Min AH W 

iniitMnn ,1* N & M« 4*7 *7 HnvarO 

'4> H Pa Killing *14 flam' mul, Ml 

• I* 1 *» J<|] 

••••a* H»til * P«l<n*r 111 I Raton 

HI l Mumnl ‘Al W Nnyyla *J1 P 
W#l.b 404 Q»o,# ">lk|, Ml Ml M4 - 

1 ill 

Pag* if*» fR»»n»r arm l an |»m*> 

Taimr Okap i Hu* *11 IM K Rim- 
BtOUl <14 4 Quinn *#4 J r.iguaon 


I^eadin; 


Ulrkaao a Tra and f all" O M.illnn 
Itl O Uo»l«a ail C 8!*#ir 4J4. H 
Cfiapmin It] L l.rnia ala Oama lo- 
Ula. '.»» «»0 141— 1,4 &0 

ToggrrT lUOp won taro a a m • ■ 

B»gg» m MrArnur 101 P it. a* '.»» 
V Ooudal til C DM on a»7 H H*gg 
»»7 Oama lutala 141. Ml >04 1 Mi 
(• ra f Hiaa lid W ClIIIM III H 
Hi m> S3* n Ratr an II Conan 
117 J (.aaiham all (lamr tout, 121 
in to i an 
ll**g* non Ian gait}.. 


i hr rhairm.inahip of Dwight 
Murphy of Santa Barbara. Nm* i t« 
chairman of the* Stale Racing tmm^bium 
B oard, to work out a 
end tiie boycott. 

A» Tanforag. a rmuiacrnv-nl 
statement gave the settlement 
minimum guarantee a* Jl.fJWt. 

HOO, Instead of *1.097.000 e.y 
plaining ibr discrepancy as a 
difference in Mir calculation of 
''breakage," which Mir track rr 
reives on ail wagering up to 
S27.000.000. 

Tanfnran manager Fred II 
Rvan said the settlement ap 
proxlmated the 40 per reni 
prnfil spill snught by the hnr«e 
men. but that it did not hind Sinn* B# Ip III 
the track management to any 
set percentage deal. 

The boycott started over a de 
mand of the horsemen that the 
the purses total 40 per cent of 
the track's «hare of the handle 


Mother, Dad, Sister and Brother 
too, all enjoy shopping in the 
friendly atmosphere of their 
neighborhood PURITY store. 
There are fine foods for 


Rl,l#?l 4 1 a Ml II 

plan to cidiunt o iMinifdi. i . 

To Buy * wiiktii 

Tlmr 1 if 

OVERNIGHT ENTRIES 

PI TOT n set — an lurkm 

Mrtfford 104 Rnril liar- 

P»»»li 111 rappprxna 

Jr 111 a**-l urn 

Nm lh» Rnd III Vdilriri ru 

B#»u K»»h l?fl Hori#, III 

Nan « Prlila l<4« r«»nn III 

UtrONt) RArg— Six fijrlnni 

Amk*' Don 111 Tlitarl too 

AM'ihaMn |M Mill Prtlfib 

8(lnr<r<» l#9 Sliming ti» 

Heilrt 4 B IM Oallaldi I I 

R •cmltnar III* toa Art»*n.-» n 

ClouOanft 8n«i 141 Rnlrt Banfli 

» Z»r ICM 

THIRD RACK — A't lurlnni 

R/m» D.nfly !41 Wu* Ragur 

Char* Marl# III ft" T«i«al 

Chain Tbbi* ill War Dollar 

i~--— - ... ... ..I Rar* 1>#m 

SnH-.» Balia 1 J 4 PSA III 

Impmnna'* lit 

PTH'RTM RACK— Two furlnn 

Ala Ma Raa US KIIHinc Nan 

Pnray Han* ill run 

ftuliin til Short Ora a 

Cnun Taah 110 C!a»»v Bril' 

Malar* l.uhl 111 Trtn Lady 

Ra.ilin US Huf .T'-Pan 

Hall DamiT III LrrSl Sued' 

riPTH RACK— Mila and *1 

Him Ilnur in* Hn.ji.i ma H 

Kim, Ann l#J Muon jam 


\emcm 


lln\4lr Mrtreiu of Montreal 
t nnadirns wno \ ailed the fast 
a*s| player in the ShIIoiinI 
lloek.r> I /ifUe l»\ a hullot of 
sports writers in Mil. rllle* 
1ft year* ago today. Morenr 
then uR<t 31 yean old anal haal 
12 years of big lima* hookey 
haddnai him. lie died of n 
ha-art attack only Ihra-a- years 
later, in 19.17. 


every 

member of the family featured at 
everyday low prices at PURITY. 


Alice Sprott* ■? 
Carries 

Phillips’ Tablets 
Wherever She Goes 


No. 4, Fancy 
Royal City, 
15-oz. tins 


Pir>« Ra** Plaini w 

Mnnasmn* •Bharnianu III Id •* 9* II *t. rr*>'kira 
C’Hinl Rual» iMIrhnlai 1411 J *4 |rl«b ls< 

Hantbiuii iWIIIKI 1*0 Mrmaw 

Tima 1. 14 1-1 SKVKN 

Hararart Rare- Mvranidni 

Poor* Ajax 'Olffnrrti *J4 an |« MI »V*n narmaliu 

Bulltaa i Hanunnrr , I'M 17n Ranlil M 

Old 0 • t > la r itflrhnlai 110 Rui)4l« fl 

Tima I IS !•» riOIIT 

Third R*r* — VI. aly N« 

M .a Imparlat iRtual Ml 1# 14 44 14 Ml «,ron« A 
Rl» L > Wlllial 7 7# 1M Pairiam 

Mr Sayan# HaraianrtM. 3 70 K I NTH 

T,m * " T 4 * Human » 

Pmirth Rar#- Btu< H I 

Kinj.hn* i7.nlll>i(arl UM 14 ne IJ *0 Ta»* 10# 
Wlif-hnll* -rnnlaat _ I 14 * 4* !.*$* *#» 

Pran* V 'Bharmaai 3 >0 DUla a* 

Tima | it j.» 

Pifih Ra.^- 
T>># Cai.ham Rut 

Blrhaart. i I* IB l> IB *7 *n 

P4ial iBmlahi 4IHI Jin 

Whaat Haul rr idharniam 3 #1 

TMM I 14 
Sia'h Rara- 
Pa»nralalo <Conl#r> 

Uanrsa prn *Harn«nn#» 

Pal- Cnr'nl >Rii-har<l« 

Ttma t 14 in. 

B#v#n»h Para- 

Bariadnr iRuhardti »: »n |1 7<l II ?B 
B#a-hnra ijnnr.i 
Wtlrt Bra 'Oirfnrrti 
Tima 1 II _ 

Kighih Rare— 

P'-n Marhtna 'Conlayi aa j# n in *3 in Oenn’ 

T»i]flvl«»l iPattyi 

Mnnl/lath iPIryn, 

rim* | 47 3 -S 

OVERNIGHT ENTRIES 

KIRJST RACK — *t, furlnna. 

Jr>» Dlnin 114 Ani'U Cimn IB* 

Raaociint J*«#l It# Dunlnrh 110 
Blanliaim Rna. ||H MarkM-Dnll III 
# Brown BACK — Bit rurlnnc. 
t»al* Caal !*■ Nn Paurtan II# 

M'Mtuaua J 10 rhlrago r-yiion 110 

I it»#Iv Brrmk IAS .lo* Ou Midi 114 
Bun Blarl»» 111 

THIRD RAC*— ru furtoni' 

Am Olnr* 111 Raanuiv MlH II* 

tart, nraria 111 l» Cniirrlar It* 

F'#» T 'In 1OT Pl#al Palnraaa 147 

Bliun 134 

BotTRTia BACK — Bit turlnnya 
Barttyrnad l>o Lurtu Polar n» 

*ay"rmn its Bar* a># un 

Am* a Tra,| ms Print* Alaa 110 
RuhUyar 1IS 

ptrm bacic- 

Ml,, Array ill 
Kmhain 1 10 
Hn||y Tim* 111 
Oaorja Dial Ml 
BIRTH RACK - 
»#* Phananm |)o 
Amy Orlar US 
.1 mm»M» in*. 

Kr>«ll*h Km 111 
RKVKKTH RACK 
Kmary 114 
PI Vlanln |0| 

Pa, i Trip l#a 

B70HTH RACK— kill* an# T# 'ar#y 
*#‘rm I la Stria Trrrm i0] 

A'ularlnu, Kini II. chifiartn u> 

R#'Ond RaaiR :il OaTmu Pa,, ||4 


fwEYREUEvT\ 
UPSET STOMACH IN 
^ OUST A MATTER 
« OF MINUTES 4 


Standard, 
Lynn Valley 
15-oz. tins_. 


All varieties, 
Little Dipper 
pkts. 


p miiips 


unn iif/rr.N 

PAIR MniMia 

t-Cnaln, Braj Naah Cl»l»()*taii»na 
7 an *- Marry Zac Rippling He. Shining 

, “(i D#art 

' 1 Cha n Tonga fluj# Rog i* War *P M 

| Dollar Itnftor 

4 Bua Ta Paul riming Boat Hall Rnnw 

' #tomi 

3 74 3 *n S. Moon Janning'. Bouncing B*rn at'mr> 
110 Ml, l Haiu r Ti i P 

4 -Plying Mil* Crai-klrr Daaf Tint likely 

7— Big Inch. Muddle s»**p Ranotina where 
0 iProng Artvann* Pairiam Run T-kl.. 

•—Boat H Dancing Man. DlXIt Batap 1 an " 

Baal B*< Caiam. tO tftk 


r * buts 


Pure — Malkin’s Best. 48-oz. tin 


JAVEX BLEACH 


Fruits and Vegetables 
Oranges ST ™ 2 W 5' 

Annloc New town, Fancy ^ 

mppicd solPr( C. j bs Cs 

The Dual Purpose Apple 

Grapefruit 3 , 2* 

Potatoes .10 no. AC 

Carrots “*• 2 lh . 2£ 

Onions 2 23 


Canada’s fastest 
Selling Bleach 


J TOMATO JUICE 

n Libby’s, Fancy 

Hi 20-oz. tins 


Bix furlnna. 

Toff** rtrlmlaa 113 
Annaoollt Ayr 130 
Oraa, Rnlrll M* 


Bit furlong* 
Martlym* t!C 
Dray R'artlnt 110 
Aonraldo 114 


p Casino Jack [tot with 

Strongheart _ 


NORTH 


Jell O Powders. ^ 
a aaorted j 

Jell-O Pudding#, o 

W 

ruKlard Powder, 
Bird*. 1 1 1 * nz. 
Lemon Pie Killer *3 

Junket TabletR, 

pkt 

Zero Dessert 5 

'Choi or Ya nil I* « 

"0 

1 (’hoc or Vanilla 1 fc 
Minute Tapioca, 
flen Foods. H-oz. pk 
Minute Rue, 

Gen. Food*. S'coi. 1 


f WESTVIEW > 

(Powell River) 

OCEAN FALLS 
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EVERY 

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9 P.M# (P.S.T.) 


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F,NEST Monte 

QUALITY Ifldlld 

e, 

Ked anil Blue Brand Beef Only 

Black Cod 

moked. piece.*, |h 53c 

Kippers ... 37c 

Sole Fillets 49c 

Sirloin or T-Bone Steaks 

79c 

Boiling Beef 27c 

Smoked Picnics 43c 


Fairgrounds 


■ tins L%3 

on Station 
CJVI Dailv 


Plr,' Rar» 

R * Bra my 'P'mgry • 
Whar* You A* liUrrttr 
Qu*»n li'th R*nna"> 
Tima 1 VI *.., 

##• on<1 Bar# 
p,»r*ii>wt, ' B * irrt 1 
Qi# L* Hara Pariu|n|< 
w r4hy 'Bl.lavi 
Tima IS 
TTllart n*ra— 
n*rp Marrl* <Oix> 

T#* V'* iPamiiiMn' 
La.*l Huggat iPnpau 
Tim* 31 l-S 
Pmirlh Bar* 

I.IUnr ’Cm\ 
Ch»ng*i«a, aWIrkali 


•Jellied Chicken 
T-oz. can 


VI-TONE 

Fudge Mix 


Assorted Sandwich Spreads -Chicken, Ham and 
Pongue. Chicken and m OO 

Tongue. 3 ok. . L for CvC 


Choeolftle >*r Maple 
Pkt. 


ItemA Holed Ntaovp aullahl' only al Rtores with 
meal market*. • 


CHIPITS 


00g MARGENE 

Margarine 

t 6 c r- 

1 u\\Qu 

36 c _ 

■\\C 

31 c 

73 c 
3ic 
13c 
3lo 
73C 

^4c 
o AS® 


Tropic , 
Isle 

Coconut 


Tomato 

Ketrhun 1 1 n; 


Coast Hardware’s Sunset Sale 

— w 

| CHINA DrPT I SPECIALS IN RANGES 

225 0 

1 1 9°° 

OTHER APPLIANCE 
BARGAINS 

249'“ 

1 19 ,#fc 


ZWfTTH OH. NANOK *1'h rVkrn. 
Oiirnti Bag 194 00 aUNMPT Wit 
7.»ITH CDAL AND WOOD M<xl*l 
W g, 111] (Ml NOW 


*4 Pr*. DtNNMl Ifni Rrg 
140 »k B|INB»T *07 ‘ • 

•PKCIA1 J I 

.. n Pi. uinnkr btth . 

1 3a >*» BKNBirr aan -ii A 

snciAi 10 A ‘ 

1* Pr. BBKAKP VAT Ml., B 
Bag 10 30 IM NB» 7 • l> I 

uraciAi O Vk V 7 

Oilrt DINNKR rum A in. Vk ' 

Rag • V No* ‘♦7 

ROUP ROW I M aq. \ 

R.g Vi. So. 03 

rnun BOW i j« ar r \ > jdft 

Rag 14. I D 

oaronATTP w A 1 « R r ^,_ r 'F J 

Ol ANRVB r i Ar — 

An* -I. D for 93 

kU«» ,ytrllh u Dlnn'r«*r> o«4m*ai 


Pancake Flour 
Th-oi. pkt 


«-u rr raiMmigi 

R'l Il#i M Na« Only 
»AT7IA| RtmiOKR^TOlW. 

R#g *|W v, Cl'kring •' 

r.MKKRAt. ki htrit marrana 

Rag aim n<»w 
*'»cirt r iiut> n, 

R»g an a, Ru*- 1 * 

#'*igia Burnar MOTTt .A TTR 


maviki oMi.ppiNfi iiMgr 

tin. 

••ok* BC ■„*> 4 M 

r.MR«.» via w film i IBMI4 

imw I nigil**" lata I *11 

r. in i tir « riMio markii 
tom IM,||M airaal K ]?]| 

Mini** tlRlK'RTtll, 

I'Ba Dtaarl R»,a n l|M 

H IgRII 1 I.RiH Ikl 
I n*'g. Moart W R «.;« 

HiivatBrs *ntn *u»i»r 
U Halmakar, «»•* I alqolU III* 
M*M>4 NOUN RIO* 

«se Haat Olraal O 7IM 

Naaiar.ro ngociii 
«N laiaua **#•■•# I tua 

HUII.mil MARKCT 
IU M'llgaW Aaaaaa lalyalb 111 
Hng(.»\ » t.Riac t ■ V 

1171 N a# part M'aaa ■ 4411 

P At M I.RIHfHI 

77*1 Blan,ba'rt Olrppl t |UI 

POTT** ■ Cliwri f 
*47 Mtal'm O 717* 

«a»4~ll OBUttlT 

17*4 U»4', ■ y-M 

• lOHrr CAAN AND r ARR v 
014a*'. V I «>4»#y 41 

aMopw ail i.am urn « 

Nl loalatll Baa* R g « 1 1 


•7k n*.*'4pi* «,'«•' i m 17 

VII Mill ,10X1 
lama* I, 'and 
BA/AS RAV afllRp 
4l#n»y RC oirtna* III 

RM A> paaitT r.Rm I HI 

*H»I Blank Inanp Raa 4 a 77a; 

RRIOTAAlMin N A I HTlIRV 
Waat AaaalRk «»*a Raa Ung ma 
f A DIM alia rav a f , i a a 

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I a M MAI PARR i.Rlja * t> 
rtll Uaadra Olya#! (i MU 

niumn OINIUI ahum 

C*»4BllA ( alaa',, 17 

i tat w iw ill iToif 

(ala and II# I man I ar 

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1797 Vaadra 4traal R |}|R 

riHiarn oimial i.utr 

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Rag II 40 Aprrlal 


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Shine* Brighter 


rilm V K< ‘ %,NS TIIROI GHOIT THE STORE 

rm A» tier* sii|>|ilifn arr limited Hr reoervr l|ir rlirhf i.. 


Prices 
Effective 
Thursday 
Friday 
Saturday 
March 12, 13 
and 14 


1418 

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Animal Question Box 


fiaillj CCulmilflt Victoria, B C., TKurt Marck 12, 19S3 


Tone of Voice All-Important in Training Dogs 


BY B. KOBF.KT MAG4..S he prey'd down on the dot's Mr. E. G. V. — At Hhil agr 
k reader of this column htndquarters when he Rave his should a do*'* tall lie docked? 

iught his dog lo visit me * l,,| e speech about sitting, but A jf Ta ,| 5 art » l0 ^e j t 

terday. with the complaint ’be wa - ^ confused that s hould lie «kvne when the pup 
t even though he had tried be could not follow instructions lg at>out j«j fj a y g 0 |fj 

The pas* six months to train A* *** have * a,fl m,nv times _. .... 

dog. he could, as he put It. before, the tone of voice is most Mrv T - " ha ‘ y% • 

nothing with him important. When you press 

t« h.H ,ri-H * „ lM ,,h hi™ down on the dog's hindquarters A. In reference to animals' 


oped only a little more than a other long before they, were 
century *8°. from small grey- recognized ss a distinct breed 
h uinds The whippet is said to of dop Because of this, the 
be the fastest tame animal for whippet has been called the 
its weight, in the world Eng "poor-man's race horse." 


With the advent of Christi luhments, including the cruiser 
lity the same respect waa paid Ontario. naval headquarters 
the shrine of the Virgin. It and HMCS Naden. Before his 
believed to be the oldest naval present command he served as 
adltion. and is even thought to staff officer (torpedo anti-sub- 
responsible for the modern marine > on the staff of the 
vlllan custom of raising the director of weapons and tao 
It tics 


WOOD — SPECIAL 3 DAYS — WOOD 

No. 1 Fir Wood, stove lengths, very easv to split Good for 
kitchen furnace, heater and all-around use. Best wood tn 
town. 2 cords flO 4 cords fid 


Also 2- Ft Hr for Drum Furnace and Fireplace 


cure and it Ls not often 


owner to demonstrate Just how 


Membership continues to in- 
crease at HMCS Malahat, with 
five names added to the local 
naval reserve earlier this week. 
CPO Walter Burch reports the 
following attested Into the divi- 
sion: 

Alexander Hogg 2106 Granite 
Street, as PO electrical techni- 
cian; Grenville Temple, 174 
Olive Street, former sea cadet, 
as able seaman; Garth Myers, 
203 Quebec Street, former sea 
cadet, as ordinary seaman 
stoker mechanic; Alfred I.a 
Londe, 140 Bay Street, as ordin- 
ary seaman; and Marilyn J, 
Winterburn. 3918 Cumberland 
Street, as administrative writer 
in the Wrens' division. 

Any Victorians interested in 
navp! reserve activities may re- 
ceive detailed information re- 
garding the division and its ac- 
tivities by inquiring at Mala 
hat', downtown offices at 916 
Government Street. 


"SSJTS “ m /rl •h'l. .-xUUnt bMwwn the Roy.l 

L £ h , I" * Canadian N.vt and ihe central 

feet. Her hull Is of aluminum ^ 

with fir sheathing. She also has ^' ^ 7 [Vu eUs Street Is 

wooden decks The vessel will s,orr * 1317 Dou * 1 “ 

be powered by two diesel en- nmv „ M,ur,n E an , 
gines. each developing 1.200 aW *‘* h ^gagement wedding 

horsepower, and driving twin r "l** . . . 

Each of the rings feature dia- 

First sweeper launched here «™"d *et *nchors oneach shoul- 
In the navy's present huilding drr 0 ,h< * band *** * nc f« ri 
program was HMCS Comox. ar#> ot wh,te K° ,d on a lMf de 
In which finish work 1* still sl * n Recently Introduced here, 
under way at the Bay Street *he "strictly navy ring set is 
plant of VMD. proving very popular 

CPO Rogers, at present an * * * 

Instructor in the supply school The Red Cross mobile blood 
of HMCS Naden. Is a veteran of donor clinic will visit HMCS 
nearly 20 years' service In the Dockyard today and tomorrow 
Royal Canadian Navy, and is Volunteers will be accepted 
the senior non-commissioned from both naval and civilian 
officer in the steward branch, personnel employed within 
He has served in a number of Dockyard, as well a.*- from all 
ships during his lengthy service HMC ships berthed in the area, 
and was a supervisor of the a similar two-day clinic was 
escort carrier HMCS Nabob held In HMCS Naden early last 
torpedoed off the northern month, with Red Cross officials 
coast of Norway In August. 1944. describing the response as "ex 

* * * cellent." 

Navy tradition: Saluting the * * * 

l“jrrr. k t il' ry °"r r . ”1 UrulOndr. tlobrrl Lambert 
man wlutn the quarterdeck E „ is o( Vlct „ rU „ comnwnd . 

when come. ' ln e 0MI™r »l the AI S erlne mine 

when he comes aboard or goes .... »■ a , 

ashore, be U ever ao many times , 

a day on the East Coast. His appoint- 

The custom is believed to date "71* h*™? ef *S flw M " rh u 3 ' 
back to pagan times when "gen- ^eut-Lmdr. tills entered the 

uflexlons and obeisances" were naval “ a *»* !Mfaman 

made to pagan shrines to gain ln March - 1930 Outbreak of the 
the forgiveness or favor of vari- * ast war * ound him serving as 
ouf gods of the seas * petty officer in the destroyer 


associates it with the idea that acts are common 
he should it. In teaching him 
to heel you use I he choke chain 
collar and he learns that It is 
much more comfortable to walk 
where you want him to. rather 
than try to drag you down the 
street. 

However, in a matter of 20 
minutes Brutus heeled and sat 
and his owner has a much 
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than 20 collections of poems 
besides many other works. 


rrmrui trip mach 
fart, Uu extra 


Prowler Goes 
Without Loot 




But there is a simple, natural answer 
to the common problem of irregularity 
due to lack of bulk 


The Kellogg Company ha* made 
• hole •heat bran into a Heltorm* 
breakfast cereal Kellogg t AII- 
Braa. 


There are men and woman ( per 
haps you're one of th*m> who 
• on'l lei "nature take ita course 

THEY TRY TO SUBSTITUTE 
UNNATURAL ’FORCING AC- 
TION*' FOR THE NATURAL 
REGULARITY WHICH SEN- 
SIBLE DAILY HABITS AM) 
SUFFICIENT BULK IN TIIE 
DIET COULD PROBABLY 
MAINTAIN 

Many 'all min the hahtt ol namg 
laxative* in a • ay laxative maker* 
never intended Thev lake *hig 
d<*ea" willy-nitty •■ihniit even 
reading *he directi on * «« the label 
Naturally, aueh overdosing wth 
pmdiirte intended only tor over 
n'ght relief of a lempnrarv amp- 
pa ge- e*ert* upon rhe delicate 
d:ge»»i\» aystem an unnatural 
■♦ram 

There • nothing »r «g a* courao, 
mih taking laxative* rmntnally 
If you feel you hava e# take a 
laxative. iu*t he aura vnu take tt 
» iaely in an atruraie. raroto 
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about it 

But even better proof comes Irnm 
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m water 

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In no other natural food >• «*/*rai 
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laser* of th* ahob wheat kernel 
known generally •* Man 
Btan ** nature* "laxalivt lonri 
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lia -m at |u« vs iirh'ablr all Umlcr-iandlng Hip f<vrr t|,u< Into flip heart* of men I have Ho|h* that 1 her could have jncir 

through llic d*> and aomrilinc- him, Ifc-lmtia lirard of thing- flint mallei 14*1 meal alone together, but 

Tar into Ihe nigh. At meal* he l*w rffuija to lueak III rough much le—, Luke the I’liyttlclan." -hr fame to leallre that this 

)I 4 <| little In «■> typing ah-orbril the wall ul hi- •ilem<- lie drop|M-ii his voice ti a low would he very selfish. She hail 

in hi- thought* III- apiietlle When vi*iloi« itrgrin in n.me l»"< h. "luhi.iv wlm watches prepared a very iipecUl -u|ipei 

vs a- umall and hr hail to lie |„ (he lum-e Ih lmiu atond In* "ir ,r " n tf|»urt* the therefore, and had Luke and 


For two weeks Ba-,1 w.uked urgetl to partake of Ihe fine ivseen them amt Ihe haul *>l M.|amln. the /ealut «dhei fnend- -li down with 


im. i n.i i ed eorventrathm di-he- spread twfnie him 


pie— etl ailt-l She attended to ’'"in Jcril-ulem 
them with a n«dw.. -ltd dpi ’ l »' r 

patill wilts It demnii-l| lied Imw 1 ,M * '' 

vers ntthli she look altei he, """’'V *' 

graitUfalhi'i , '"'J 1 ** 

I I a» I « •• « • I •• 1 1 limit 

Our \UH.ii tilhnl %% It I It* , 


from J or modem ” him She conienli*d heiaelf, ■- 

''The mining of Mijamin,' a good wife should, with aeelng 
said I nke. |i't> to do v\ illi Unit that they were nerved lendei 
whirlt i» being guaided hi Ihla *" n "' of the roa-i young kin, 
limine." Owil the bread Will erUp and 

I hinaiduli i rod i led Itl- head, httiit the oven and Ihe wine 
"I here •» till- mm li in out "‘'It cooled 
f*s o I he oiiihoi Idea waicft Her t«-k* nmipleieil fvlaura 


/t/)H ( ^ *' 1 from 

(\ rX~1 \ IvH" * r.s, ties waich Her task- > ornpl 

r ^ ' V, ~ '.eU;^"^^?^^rTT^?!^TomL^Ti!^rnTeins .Ik ,77. e Ni 
II / V. ' — , 1- * i, to gaiht'i In I lues rounded the , , 

I ^ rtOti S I J 

, /V K [V v — ' . h ‘ t ». ■ " leimv .1, he pi ,1 . d I'l all Jarnp and pined H hr»id<; her 

V lrf\L' * , I 'he tall ms o i...o.d win. .si Hi »•••** . i« j An Lpvpilan rat at t railed hs 

' ^ m * m " tt^y*** dl-llii hlity il>* !«• Hum .1 in. | waliln sl the tail fig ' hr "k’f". emerged from « one 

\/Jr<> # ,.s* . -•* »•«' ‘U did II nil' . (l|l ((l , ,|, MM high |»eie|> and rutd)e.| aga.r.-i 

On ^ , % \*'*'* +■* * l** ** *' M !*•'•■<•»**• onls Ihioiigh I IImiinmImIi was i. man of ,H “ r “"kle- She tearherl down 

\ pi as the I base mi no- In k ,,.h| weallli When he i .one n ' 1 1 ,l »* »hd Hftmothed III* iai> 


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»| this lissu-e 


Ms hu-hiind i- engages) 

* » III I Si’tsiu | a lint I nke Ihe 
I'hs -i. lan i« In* i e hall I 

have lion Join u-'* ' 

The man tiosseil agahi When 
I ukp aiiised his rses liras s 
ss li h Ihe aMniisi.iii aleep li<>m 
SS Ills It he had hren loused, hr 
irmnni.Til the s» |t ii at nmr 
' ll Is Hananlah " hr said. 
MUaiUlg lu sselmme "II |- 


Into (In 1 fold he case III* oils. 
gl'OSe* to the nun who had 
ss inked fm lilm mill tinned all 
,. Ills |f ••Id lu the rlmren hi he 
I distributed among Hip poor, 
l or >eai- lie noil III- vs He 
base Used under n -trip <d 
cans as In Hie hark yard of a 
tannery. Ill- sslfe makes the 
sweetmeats amt tie sells tin Ml, 
and (lies Use happily on Hie 
meagre pria ••sols.” 

"lie Im- a wonderful fare," 


You might really gel In lie 
fond of me," she said, "if ynu 
ssnr willing to t ( y " 

Tile analogy Hus suggested 
eaiisrd her to liatk at the 
table ss her Ra-d sal with Ids 
guests. Ills PSres met her* 
and. sensing an invllallrin. In- 
rose lo Ids feel and messed 
Ihe eoiirl. lie sealed himself 
on Ihe oppnalle side of the 
lalde from her, 

“ Y i*n oeern m low -pirii-." 
-•ml Deltona "I esperted sou 


giallfsing to sn* Hull you con furnmented Ik horta. r 

Ilnur hi good lira till Tlila is Wl '» Ruing t»"nighf to ' '*'* *•*<•"> »n low -poll-" 

IVhona Hie granildflUgliUo of Ml'uaM'M* they faenl. "Ifasil s; '<n I>elM»rra "I espened you 
Joseph of Anmwlhea and wife nu,? “ ,M ‘ '«*«* *" hi d'P> lomghi You ar* 

of lki-ll NS hoi hast* sou "If hi" knew he Aoulrl sidling out to tinlxh Ihet’hihee 

teamed on sour l m.nes.ni- ,, "" k '' ' 'o remain wUh ^ you are away you may 

back ami forth itiurtigh the us M '* n ""'‘ »«lwrlinH to Uml Ihe evidence to u«a in oust 

sneeia of the cits’’'' ,l "' N’halu'e finishel an we ln C Unus. Ynur going Hum, 

"That Hod I- good ’ answered ’ * n k’lVe It into the hand- of kIimuI#* not he the ocmwton for 

IfmianiaK, and ih,d Ilia Son r '"* 'colei-, lime m ,n '»"* Hr«win K of « long fare ' 

lias httmghl much happumw I nmfcsv K wilt n* "f am happy lliMt ihe lime hug 

^ ^ — ^ ^ a weight off ms mind when It dime to vet out on m> IrnveU 
y-p- Mn\A/ » ^ " 1M "" 's" 'Cf he n.s-wm In and yet I am aim -,.«| ihe 

nc.rst rfUVY . ■ k,a P It hulden Hit- wa. To need In go." he Raid "It m,n 

The All New ■ *hould he our be that you do not u,.nt me to 

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STUDEBAKER B nuat not keep him here " She uld • 

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...usi run isrrp mm nv.v She Raid ” Basil In • time 

Ye* we must see to It trial , hat suw „ $|Pd ft . prn-rh Th ^ 

he goes a iu.me shp TrI? inlo a r houi»hifuI mood 

Luke ... h.r »J»h .t somc „,. me nl« h.- 

frrlio'iatc r»nlhl.-n.-c. 1; If fo „ ta . Ci „, „, , |K , ak wh „ 
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on your shoulders, mv ciilld, l . „ ... , , 

, .... ”> return. I would be — yea. I 

know you ran carry U ,, T . 

must say It— I would be quite 

* * * unhappy if you did not. lint 

Basil wn» to leave for Rome It depends on so many thing*, 
at dawn. Ii had lx*en Dcborru'* doesn't it" On whether you 

want to return. And on whether 
we can gel some matter* settled 
— between u* " 

j "It must he as dear to you 
as it is to me," he said in a 
loss’ tone, "that we cannot go on 
a* we aie doing." 

• I "No." she answered. “Ihat is 
true. It was agreed between us 
al Ihe atari that our marriage 
would hr on the terms which I 
c ABIMkl AOV had suggested [ ss.ni to vt> 

. now that you have been very 
kind. Basil. You have kept to 
the term* with- with the great- 
est strict nesa." . 


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“I knew it was your wish " 

• Ye-, p wa- my w t*h 1 can 
iiul find fault with anything 
you have said or done.. Anil 
now that you aie going aw.i\. 

1 waul lu thank you lor being 
so fair always anti so very 
kind." 

"If there |« to he any change, 
it mu»t i»e III a cent dance with 
your wixhes " 

She cried out VC hr mentis ‘ r 
"No, rut’ NVha l We are to do 
with out live- depends entirely 
on > on. On whai you have to 

flA-il, don't you see i hat- that 
Horn this moment on 1 cannot 
l«-ak another word’* Thai I 
must Wall for you to -ay what* 
ever is In lie -old"" 

lie reached a band across 
I lie table In Ihe dark and 
touched Iters. "I have been on 
Ihe defensive and have not , 
fell free In -peak Rot now I 
■ an -ee Dial I base liecn lark 

lug in understanding,” lie said. 
After a moment of -lienee he 
rose lo Ills feel, "lad U* -troll 
In the garden while we finish 
our talk. Iht you reatixr as 

mm h as I do that we owe 
something to these friends 
who are si deeply concerned 

sholll US?” 

"Ye*. T know that WP do” 
They reai bed a spot where 
it vsj- po-.-ible to see Hie moon 
ll-lny over the upper purl ions 
nl ihe house, amt Ibev stood 
in vllcftce for several moments 
watching It 

"ll»-il." *aid Dr bo its. "I 
r-y.oied a promise of you. That 
votl W’oirld not -ee Helena when 
son were In Rome. Now I wlth- 
diaw it 1 want you to promise 
Hiut \ou will -ee her 

Basil w a- taken by surprise 
He frowned in the darknens, 
wondering what reason she 
'rtauld have hr changing her 
mnid. “I intend to abide by the 
promise 1 made you." he said. 
"There m no desire on my part 
to see her." 

Dcborta .spoke slowly. "I 
think it Would hr a wise thing 
lu do. Don! a*k rne for mv 
reasons. 1 am not sure I 
could explain. Perhaps thi.s one 
reason will be enough; that It 
might be helpful to both of us 
later when It comes to decid- 
ing what we are to do." 

He hesitated and then .said. 
"It shall be ns you wish.'' 

His arm went alwtiil her. lie 
drew her closer. It might base 
been counted a minor miracle 
that in Ihe darkne-- his lips 
found hers unerringly, except 
that her willlngne— hail been 
such a greal help. For a mo- 
ment she clung lo him, -land- 
ing eagerly on tlplne. Then 
with a deep -igh she drew 
away. 

“Luke will lx* glad." she 


whispered. "W'»« it for hi* *ake 
that you kissed rne?" 

"1 did not give him a thought.” 
declared Basil. 

There wa* a pause and then 
she began to whia|ier again. *‘I 
will lie |e-s unhapps now to 
-ee you go. Bui. Basil, we must 
fare it. |i i« your duly to go and 


mine to let sou You mud see 
her. a- sou piomi-ed. when >.*u 
get lo Rome. This 1 am going to 
a*k of ,,ou: -ee her with new 
cse*. Only if you can forge! her 
rumpleteis after seeing her, w ill 
it lie possible for n- to plan * 
different kind of life lo share." 

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laillt (f ulumat Victoria, B.C., Tt»ur*., March 12, 19S3 13 


w inners A a met 
eee Tournament 


Mhe ol The 10 group winner* iinal will »»e played In 'he Do- 
rn the annual Junior Chamber minion Hotel 
of Oimmerrr bridge tourna A loU | n [ ]po Virtorun* 
n.rnt have been named. have been partiripadng In the 

They arc Mr. and Mr* R A tom pet Hmn. which ha.** been 
l.Jpsey. M. S. Ht’dlry and Mr*, held under the auspwe* of the 
G. C. Parrott, \V K. MeCarlrr Jaycee Kites for the fir«i lime 
and P. V. Frith. Charles T. this year. 

Rartle and Michael Griffin. Mrs Will Browne Cave and Larry 
D Duprau and Mrs M, Rout Barlow won the title la<t year 


MrCormlek, John Dowling and Cranston and W. Chisholm in 
Mia* Beatrice -riutton. Gordon the final 
R'tdcer and K. Williams and * 

Mrs R A. Bay tie 

Mrs. Amy Fox and Mrs. fl. 

Ripley are playing off with 
Mi s. Mrs A M f and Mi ' 

K. Waite »n decide the other 
group winner. 

Eight of the 10 group winners 
will meet In the final playoffs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lipsey will play 
M S Medley and Mrs. Parrott 
m -.nr sudden de. oh p ! ivoff 
and Mr*. Bell and Mr, McCor - 
rnu-k will play Mr. Dowling and 
Mis* Sutton In the other f 

These two playoffs will he 
held next week and the final I 
playoff* will *lar» the week of . 

Mareh 22 A draw will he made 
for Ihr playoffs, which will tv- | 
held In the various home*. The , 




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Frank William iBud» White, ■ .. , „ .. , 

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r ». 3 , I veiling clarity arid tnsiE 

The 23-year-nld air force man 1 r , PI fr r, r1r . n nnebfCar 

I* survived by hts wife F.rsul, | foremost writer* 

*' present In Victoria; a brother , ..... . _ 

Wally and hi* mother. Mrs * 

Crire While nf 3180 Quadra | 

Street. He was ■predeceased by 
hi* father. Mickey White, in I 
August 1017. a 

Mr. While was born and 
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Cloverdale School and Mount . 

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Rock- Wielding Youth Unknown 
To 15- Year-Old (Jitv Girl Victim 


Group Renews Effort j 0 

rr* cW m TT 71 _ _ ' " f 5 


To Set Up Brewery 


Her Injuries included bruise* Next, xhe uw a shadow and 
about the head, sprained right f hen rcct ‘ ,vc ‘l 'I''* Brst blow on 

ankle and cut* about her ? rr hr “ d f " ,t aU ^appeiied 
knrrs tut and I was m> dazed hv the 

blows that 1 couldn't even 
BEHIND IIF.R scream." Bernice stated 

She said she had heard some The dazed Injured girl Was 
one walking behind her shortly found hy Mr. and Mrs. Knk 
before the attack, ihen heard Hansen nf lfiOl Pembroke They 
the sound ol gravel being assisted her to her home, 
scraped. She looked back and roller conducted an extensive 
saw the arranger lean over to search of the district but wet# 
pick something from the ground unable tn locate the assailant. 


A group of ex-servicemen. The registration, struck "ff In 
thwarted In their attempt just July. 1951. wax restored Febru 
after the Second World War to ary 25 The company was first 
operate a brewery in RC, will Incorporated in Decern her. 
again apply for a license. P'l5. Authorized capita* is 550, • 

The Veterans' Brewery < Hold- 

ing • Ltd. of Vancouver ha* The group originally wattled 
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provincial companies office. Control Board, hut the former 


Trtr Slavcriska- Franklin Bal- 
let will be here for one per- 
formance only tonight. 

Featuring B a I I r i Rusftr 
dancers Mia Slaxenska and 
Frederick Franklin, dancing 
the lend role*!, the company 
will 'stage the Tennes-see Wil- 
liams hit, "A Streetcar Named 
Desire." 

Thl< Intense drama has re- 


her with a rock Tueaday night 
near ihe Gladxtcme-Shakexpearcl 
Intel sret ion h> the was return-! 
Ing home from a music lrMu>n. 

Th# Central Junior High 
S< lu Nil student told police that 
ii tiny of about her own age 
sit tick lirr rr|K-atedly with a 
rock shotlly aftn she had left 
a hu« at paridoru and Hegbie 
Slu- said "l»e had been knocked 
down three time*, then the 


consider their chances of sue from critics and has been 
cess have improved because of 'ailed "the finest contribution 
the change In government. t<> ballet In the present genera- 

— tfM! 

Also starring with the com- 
(•any of 5t) dancers ami musi- 
cians is ballerina Alexandra 
Danilova, who will dance the 
lead in "Mile Fill." a ballet 
written especially for her by 
Zachary Solnv. 

Curtain time at the Royal 
Theatre is 8.30 p.m. 


Shakespeare Street 

Mix* iingstad said the youth 
wax a complete »t ranger. She 
could not offer any description. 


Presents an 
Informal Showing of 


I III \ It I OICI A H \ II AT 
t IIMMI Ni n AN NOI N« K 8 

A PUBLIC LECT1 KK 

AT TMK HI. I K BOOM 
I3IH BROAD ST. U pstairs) 

on 

THURSDAY K.VKMNt. 
MARC H tilth — AT 8.1ft 
Mrs. Margery McCormick 
of Wilmette, Illinois 

will give 

An Illustrated Lecture 

AN AliMC HAIR TOUR OF 
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Alexandra Danilova, one of three outstanding ballet 
stars who will appear at Royal Theatre tonight, is 
shown here in scene from “Mile. Fifi." With her are 
Mayvin Kanter and Roland Vazquez. Mill Danilova, 
as guest artist, will present four thrilling ballets. 
Others are "Nutcracker," “Streetcar Named Desire." 
and ‘‘Symphonic Variations." Performance will begin 
at 8.30 p.m. There will be one performance only. 


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reduced 10 two months. 

. . - . . appeal n 

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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 12. 1953 


CLASSIFIED 


Teieplionr K 4 1 1 1 


SECOND NEW S SE< I ION 


Travelers \rrive; Home Comes Next 



New Cut Facing MiniStCI OfflClslIy Opens . 

insurance Agents New Oak Bay Junior High 

BY HAKKY YOUNG J O 


BY HAKKY YOI NG 


As a “fitl 


close to Kdu- 


J 

woodwork n 


five .per rent cut in their commission when ihe I'.ev automobile ration w et*K , r.cjuranon 
insurance rules are announced nexi montn. Minister Tilly Rolston nffi- 

The move is believed to be part of the insurance companies’ ciallv opened the new Oak 
attempt to keep down the cost of automobile insurance which Bav* Junior High School last 
this year may be due for another boost. night 

The present commission rate on automobile insurance is . * 

20 per cent It was rut last year from 25 per rent. Mura lion Week has lasted 

The All State Insurance Company is preparing in sell over ™ orp ' h i an * m " n,h ,n 

thr-counter Insurance in British Columbia shortly. This would , ' o|f1 an *‘»dience 

cut nut agents' commissions altogether. °‘ ,h " n A00 ' " I rtnn 1 

"We have had no Information on the point.” said a promi- 1 " nk anything excited 

nent Victoria insurance man last night. "Bui we realize Oiat t ro ^ ,m 1 < ’ nt * cr « than rduca- 
everybody has io contribute something towards keeping car ,0 Jj ,n weeks, .she 

premiums at a reasonable rale. 

II our commission* ate cut again lo 15 per rent It would txpre>sn.g the top that the , announced vr*trrda\ that bet of t >e B( 

be quite a serious matter ^Individually, but we would all have new school will become the , h „ g , nprnmen , , U5 emit ted prohahls the attorney 

to go our and try and do a little more business.” cenm* of Oak Bax. the min- , . . 

No relief |.« io he expected this year when the new rates ** ,rr ,aKl - ‘^ Vr niay say a lot t , I!'..'' 


Minister Tilly Rolston nf(t- labwatory and ftod laboiaiorx large lockei aica On the floor 
ciallv opened the nrw Oak ,lM “ Hrst Hoot aie eight above are art and music rooms. 


Formal Appeal Due 
Over Freight Halt's 


Attorney '-General Robert Bon the fr.tri.Vl cabinet with a mem- 
announced yesterday that her of the Ht\ government, 
e government has instructed prohahls the attorney general- 
special counsel, t" W. j' Mr Bonner said ihe rei-ent 7 


freight 


Mr and Mrs. Geoffrey Blake of Bristol, Vessel crossed Atlantic as earco on a Two portions air to be filled 

Kngland, arrived in Victoria yesterday freighter, and will arrive in Victoria at Victoria* courthouse through 

afternoon. Surmising that they would March 20. The Rlakes with their nine- recent retirement* of the county 
* he confronted with a housing shortage, month-old son. Rodney, plan to live on sheriff. Dunran Mac-Bride. and 

they brought their home with them in board the boat until they can either buy nf , h „ Su IPml , CouM rP( . t .„ ldr 

the form of a cabin ert liner. or build a home. 1 

1 -^ 0 ■ ■ ltbl rBN ■ w ■ a » Mr. Mac-Bride. sheriff for ihe 

ridav l lie 13th lo nr Luckiest 

M T liUVivix Ul mrnt begins officially. With no 

* fixed hobby, Mr. MaeBride said 

r l 1 1 I • I L ' I I L ’ • I - he plan- lust a "quin rest at' 

or two High school Mutlcnls ^ 

a Mr. MaeBride. 6k. took an 

Friday 'he 11th will he ihe .1 F K English, Greater Vic- even though ihe fund i* Incom- active parr in community affairs 
4 luckiest dav of tlieir lives for tnria School Board chairman, plete. before his appointment. being a 

two high school students ' n announcing the drawing. to Donations may he made to former president of the Cham 

lie held at the hoard offices, last Mr. English at the school hoard b Pr of Commerce and of Van-i 
A hand dipping into a hat con fl ,gh! ■•atd that the names of 10 office*. They w ill be placed In couver Island boards of trade. 
taining>10 slips ol papc> a' lO-iu siiolprii* were lo be chosen by a trust aci-min! established for arK j professionally as president 
a m. tomorrow will decide which their teachers. sending the students to the 0 f Victoria branch. Engineering 


Vessel crossed Atlantic as cargo on a 
freighter, and will arrive in Victoria 
March *20. The Rlakes with I heir nine- 
month-old son. Rodney, plan to live on 
board the boat until they can either buy 
or build a home. 


Friday the 13th To Be Luckiest 
For Two High School Students 



Ceremony Set 
For Sco ulers 


AROUND TOWN- 


Grenier Victoria 


The hoard chairman poifl- Coronation 


k. bool students will navel lo |(l(| h „ w ,, rr< on | y 

I hr Coronation. MM nf Ihr necessary ItJMM 

With 'he hand will go ihe or $2,000 to finance the trip 


hopes of hundreds nf young 
strrs. although the 10 final 


name* from five area schools the selection of the lucky pair 
aie already decided. should hr delayed on longer 

-r t 

On School Budget 

( Ipport u n i ty M isse d 
To Seek Arbitration 

The city and municipalities until M»r>h 10 to file notice, 
have lost the opportuhily of The city's share of the In- 
going lo arbitration over Hie rreasr over the 11152 budget is 
$2.398, 1 36 school budget as they $177,000 this year, 
threatened to when it was first — 


M MV* | MV Itrrr-x'xni 1 * ■ .mrsr ■ a • ■ g 

nm ™ ,r,p K.M. McIntosh 

He said It was decided that 
ie sr lection of ihe lucky pair y - . I, 

tntlld he delayed nn longer f (f . ’( ( K 

Federal Seal 


for the Esquimau 


are announced, although It Is expected that .here will he an -bout the little red achooi house ^rj^rr* , '“ M C ' ' 

incentive to more careful driving hv Inirndurt.on of bonuses and "'hat It ha* produced in the fon ™ *» a ‘ nM ‘‘ " n > us « ImiHwiunn on R.C. 

for premium holders who have no claims after 12 months way of Lincoln*, bur we don't , ' PnI ,, ' ,rpaM ' ’ n frP1 « h ' *»' view of foil he. mmg hearings 

— . know what greatness these new, ^ ran,od Die railways this week to he held on the question of 

l h g* g m ' g modem schools will produce ” by the Board of Transport Com equalization of rale-. 

/i etirements thmotv "«* «•>->»' •». b^ n mt “ h,om , 

operation since November 12 ^ appeal will he heard b\ fot some time h\ both the 

// g *«' d now hoii.se- about 300 federal cabinet st a dale still j present and previous cover*' 

f lilt (ill /vk/v* ment* lo fight 8 - freight 

1 Their will be more i.han IQO Ml wIM •pp^ai before rate ha - 

Two positions aie to be filled M | students next year and by 1935 

| “we w ill be riamnring for ex 

pension,'' according to VV. H, g 

Golbx vice-chairman of rhr f /> #*/> // # / > /# \ 0 

Greater \'iclorta School Board ^ ^ V 

UCMT SI .'GGKSTION ^ ^ 

Reeve P A. Gibbs. Liberal fY /A I* II //) TW 

f MLA for Oak Bay who also f # UL f/14 I t/ I O 

addressed the audience, sug 

gested smilingly that Mis. Rol AROUND TOWN 

ston "may he persuaded to 

retire to beautiful Oak Bay- Honors and awards to British Columbia Sroutrrs, 
in the near tuiurv.” including two Victorian*, recently announced by Govetnor- 

The official party was fob General Vincent Massey, will be presented at the annual 
lowed hy groups of ihe* public banquet of the R.C. Bov Scout Association in the Van- 
W n: hP f hull,ll, '« alter couver Hotel. March 20. 

ribbon n > ° ‘•utiing the Lieutenant- GoVernor Clarence Wallace will make the 
There are six classrooms n Pr^'b^Hons. 

lormer presiuem oi me vuum J Jl|( . mflJM fJ ' ' > s 0,1 Those from Victoria leieiving awards aip Patrol leader 

her of Commerce and of Van- di ncan iwtrBKioc si hool n- u. il ' Ro^r' Showers 2295 CTanmnre, who rescued .i hr.\ who had 

couver l-lmd boards of trade, mhmb, . I auditorium ' ’ ’ ‘ n .‘ fallen into a campfite last -umrn.- and Scout m.-'ei \lv,n 

.■ I ; - 1 - 1» W k • i I: 

•ut branch Engineering ■ , / " (Biff ^ Ganges 

Institute <>f t'anada rwi w Attending the upecta 

Ml White retired earlier ihl«] mf / /c//rr V «n.t 2L vmii '»• Commissioner E A Estiln; president of tht 

m I vllliy o ^ 

Supreme and County Court *■ Commissioner Freeman King 

r*"t;i-'li rtt since 1938 The hr? fk - /< ’ • s ^ k . # n * * • 

ristcr >aid he ha« no anive plans tc $ M. J %_.'%.*& m- IS ** " Dsxe.v. Q<’, recently appointed R.( eichlh 

for his reUrrmenr W W { •J' Supreme Court Justice, has announced his resignation from 

NO HINT I jjf* - \ J jm 12— Optimist Club. raHHc Hxe Victoria Arena commission and ihe city board nf debt 

There |n» 'veu no hint .«« 'o I W -) retiremenl trustees ^ ^ 

! * Hotel. P Two raccoons were shot out of a tree at H4 Government 

6.1.%— Oak flay Klwanls Street yesterday by city police. The animals are common in 

Club. Oak Bay Reach Hotel .'hi® area, but seldom are found deep in residential dtatrtc'* 

6~H> — Y's Men's C lub, YM * * * 

('A. Some 555 examtna'lons and treatments were made at the 


IM N( AN sifRKim: 


i oroiirttmn. Institute of Canada. 

Mr. White retired earlier ihiaj 

R j* | A I 1 I month after having l>een 

Y| YIH lit (KM Supreme and County Court 
• 1TI. .TIA ■ HIM. II rrK , strf)r „ lnrr p,; W T-hf hi? 

, I rister said he has no active plana 

I m Viwkl for his retirement 

1 Oil IV NO MINT 

■ ' | a / a There has been no hint as lo 

rPnPr^l " h0 ' vl11 become the new 

1 vUUI Cll kJV/Ctl* registrar There Is nn require- 

R M McIntosh of Elk Lake "T" 1 cl r U 

has been named CCF nominee *5" hp . by * hf,rr,RtPr 


... although in larger renlres such 
has been the practice. 

Position of sheriff Is filled by, 
government appointment. 



auditorium, gym, metalwork 

Today's 

s 

Events 

I- - optimist Club, Pad rie 
, Utah. 

I ■ Rotary Club. Empress 
Hotel. 


6..TA— Y’s 3len'» C lub, YM 
(A. 


it. Mary's Men % Guild, Virtorla Canper Clinic, Royal Jubilee Hospital, during the month 


Ctevx o WMITV. 


parish hall. 

6 — Independent Merchants’ 


of February. 

Twenty-four new patients were admitted with 19 diagnosed 


released 

Deadline f.»r filing notice was 

March 5 

City solicitor Atihur Patton 
said Ihe city's finance rommll- 
tee had asked him to study 'hr 
question of arbitration but were 
under Hie impression they had 


Wrallirr Fnrrrn*! 


Jaycee Name* 
To Arrange 

C 

Celebrations 


Heat l nit Installation 
May Bring Tax Rebate 

If you have installed a new sale* tax. This includes ml a* 
■ house or office heating unit well as solid-fuel burning fur 
since Sr pi ember 26. 1951. you naeCK. 

may be entitled to a rebate of It is believed that a number 
federal * sale* tax of Victoria people will be elig 

The federal tariff board ha* ihle for the rebate which may 
found that furnaces sold as a amount lo anything from 515 
complete heating unit should to $30. according to the original 
be exempt from the 10per-rent cos' of the installation. 


f oKiperatlve Association, Hard ** having cancer, four not malignant and one still under examina 


of Hearing Hail. 


Of these patients 19 came from the Greater Victoria aica 


8.1.% — Baha'i lecture. »2n% an d five from up-Island points. 


Broad Street. 


There were 104 followup examinations, j vtial service to 


6.15 — St. I.uke's Players In persons previously treated at the clinic and then discharged. 


Drive Nets 
J / H Pints 


' I IflF ^ exempt Horn the 10- per -rent <o-i nf Ihe installation 

a her ni < nmmeree circled 

■' ‘ ele N/w* 4 #* d a / 1 i 

increasing tn westerly 20 In hratinnv at an enthusiastic «CXf V>/ # f^f / f l £ \ t\J * S 

the afternoon. High at Na meeting Wednesday night. * ** • ,,,NTn,B 

naimo. 4^. The Junior chamber, at the riding in the forthcoming fed m 

V\esi (Toast, Vancouver Island request of Mayor George Muir, erai election. M (fit t i / 1 III If/ \ JT t (til l fS 

- Variable cloudiness with has taken over sponsorship of Born and raised in Tape • ^ M 

rain showers or mixed rain Hie celebration. Breton, N.S.. Mr. McIntosh The membership drive cur- Mill Bay. chairman of the Van 

and snow. Cooler Thursday. The meeting recommended spent his first 21 years on the rently being staged on Vancou couver Island area council 

Light winds increasing to that the May Queen >«■ chosen family farm there, and later ver Island hy the B.C. Social ''Memberships were coming 

northwesterly 25 lltgh at from among students of Grade worked on railway const ruction Credit League passer! the 5.000 in at almost 100 a dav for 


Social Credit Tyros 
Pouring Into Groups 

The membership drive cur Milt Ba\ chairman of the Van 


Katervan. II. 


9 or over. 


Gleiishicl Zoning Bid 
Given Strong Support 


in Eastern Canada lie moved .mark yesterday the association a while,'* be said. "It s fallen Wf/ K 

lo Prince Rupert in 1908 and claimed off since then, of course, hut Yr IlCl v • • • 

until 1911 was in the building ' Memberships are coming In Hie drive has been •deady.” ' 

Hades. at a steady pace, and if they I He said there are "thousand* . . . Did "God hies* you” 

With the Canadian Army in r ’°nlinue like this with no of >nlunteet workers" signing originate'" 
the First Wo. Id War. hr *aw rhan K**- »ur 20.000 up new Social Credit members Th r answer .« in i.etav « Cnl- 

n\ ei sea* service for nearly two H'lota. ' said Perrv Hawkins, on Vancouver Island onl „ r |a*si f .ed .ertlon feature. 


iezone«l from apartment in com 


Area Union 
I o Be Topic 

Municipal amalgamation 


|.|\(Mk N mnu Xtlllmrl v«rs before being uriumted wr. iu«ainr. »no it aiso as* 

Oil I M Mil 1 and returned to Canada with 4 I T • retary-treasmer of the R.C. 

^ ® ^ the rank ot sngranl He speni j Area union ( league, i* in rhargp nf organ 

Application for rr/nning the men tal so the coffee shop could two year* ir. the Esquimalt milt- '/ 1 d* P r °f r * fn nn ,h '’ 

Gieqahtel Hotel, rrcentlv lumeti hr »« 'he puhllr The tary hospital, and following fTl |) rp • 

down b\ 'he riiv ha> reeeUed ,own planning commission ire his discharge established hl« I () IbP I (ll)l(' # 

* "" b ' ,h * n ' h, n * „n,mM warn.- „ P.o on. homo ,l Klk l.,ko * ” 1 U ,U '•""’“'Tf 1,1 * n j 

atrong aupport from Peter Hart- „ ^ L , . ' . ... . . 1 In the next legislature, he said 

nell owner of the netshborinc Mr ’ H-r,nHI Mid bp . fH ' ,hr Mr Mc1n,0 * h »* r,Mn . Municipal amalgamation recenlly. 

" move to rezone would be in Hie cel I or nf the Knights of turned down unofficially by a nrw Social Credit group 

j hwnderhird Apartments puhlii Interest and staled the Pythias, has been ■* member municipalities will he open for which Include* Mrs. w A. < 

Owners nf the hied, the Si^ hotel h.ot »M*en in a rommernal and officer of the Baptist rii.snfx.stnn Mondav in the civic Brnnrlt and all cwbinet mrm 

lets of the Live of Jesus, re zone for 10 year* before it was c hurch for many years, and affairs croup of Victoria Cham hers and their wives was 

quested that the podiling tie changed a few years ago h.« - boon an active member Of her of Commerce. o|M-ned in Victoria Tueaday. 

leroned from apartment In corn ||c called it .1 "retrograde the CCF Since its formation. Group chairman J. L llolile The new group is railed the 
__ slop" to reduce an ulnioux lie ha« sr'tved a* a CCF roun said yesterday ilia' thr group Capital City Group Each mem 

/' £& i i i £ t i 11 ’ 1 • 1 ’■ • ••n also IS 111 hear a brill i • " > fiark her to t>e full) qualified muat 

JL i~f m IIIv I propel 1 y tn a zone Indicating year* was a provincial council ing, logging and lumber loarls. bring In one more member to 

m lessening of business activity.’’ delegate. and Royal Portage Parks Ithe group 


Mr. Hawkins, who |« also sec 
rrtary-frea*urer of the r.(T. 
league, is in rhargp nf organ 
l/lng 'be party program on the 
Island 

"There will be Social Credit 
MLAs from Vancouver Island 
In 'he nex' legislature." he said 
reeenl Jy, 

A nrw Social ( redll group 
which Include* Sirs. VV. A. ( . 
Bennett and all raldnel mem- 
ber* and Ihelr wives was 
opened In Victoria Tueaday. 

The new group is called Ihe 


"Tons of Money." |>arlsh hall. * * * 

8. .Hi — Slavenska- l-'ranklin Francis I). Milligan, a graduate of SI. I aiuis College. 

Ballet. Royal Theatre. has been rhoaen a no-mlter of Delta Epsilon Sigma, national 

scholastic honorary society at the I'niversity of Portland. 

- . # _ T Selection is based nn scholarship, liberal culture, leader- 

/##*# l'/> V /)/c» ship and character. 

I -f I f U * iff IO He I* life son nf Mr. and Mr*. William Milligan, 118 

V Cook Street. He I* at present a senior al Ihe University 

51 H Pints " “ 4 * * * 

Officials of Hie Mount Tolmie Bov Scout Group reported 
Vir'orians donated a total of yesterday they had received enough support during their recent 

31S pints of blood In a two-day drive 10 complete the Scout Hall on Shelhmime Street 

clinir at Red Cross House Fori A bid of $745 ha« been accepted from C S Hobbs A Scats 
S ,rr *' r - for stuccoing the building and volunteers are painting and 

The riinle hopes to reach the finishing the interior. 

I.fWO-mark today and to mor * * * 

row when mobile equipment Fourteen octogenarians were among the 73 life-members of 
will be at HMC Dockyard for the Victoria unit of Ihe Army, Navy and Air Forrr Veterans 

civilian and naval personnel. who were entertained at a dinner and concert held in »he club 

The clinic will be held from auditorium Tuesday evening. 

930 am lo noon and from 1.30 In the over^O group were Albcn Bar tin. 89 Ihe eldest 
lo 4.30 pm. member present, who enlisted in 1880 and saw service in Egypt. 

Soudan, the Far East, and South Africa before Ihe turn of the 

irr - * century; Fred Row-roll. 84. who served In Hong Kong 65 ye irs 

U *go; Seymour Rowlinson. 82; William Jackson *M and J.tmes 

”11"*' • • • Johnson 86 

• * * * 

. . Did God hies* you Richard E Huffman of Viriotla has been assigned to a 
originate United Stales Army base at Camp Robeits. Calif . to begin hla 

The answer i« in today * t'ol- military training 

nni.sl classified «ertlon feature. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J Huffman 2217 North 117, 
“Where on Earth?" .Seattle. Wash. 


to 4.30 p m. 


Did "God hies* 


V\ here on Earth "" 


Prunin'; Demonstrated in Park 


Fortner 
‘ Princess ' 
Founders 

The hull of the CPR's former 
Princess Victoria now lies many 
fathom* deep near See hell, H.C. 

Ahmii a yeat ago the ship 
wa< sold, stripped, and reduced 
tr» a hng fuel carrier for service 
between Vancouver and Powell 
R'vcr. She was named Tahsla 
JH 

Tuesday ihe borge struck a 
mck tn Welcome Pa*s. 10 mile* 
north of Sechelt, and sank. With 
her went a $20,000 cargo of 
pulp chips, being delivered to 
the Powell River Company. The 
fuel carrier is owned by Tahsla 
Companv Ltd., and was under 
tow when she struck the reef. 

Reports from Vancouver yes 
terrtay said survey crews were 
on the wav to Ihe scene to 
determine salvage possibility. 


Many Think li IF ill Come Unasked 

Though IGTmul Due, Request Still Needed 






B% GORDON HOLMS. ( A 
Mrmlwr if Institute nf Chartered Accountants 

Every prison who received an income during 1952 winch 
was in exenw of his personal exemptions must file a 1952 
Income tax tefurn by April 30 

The Incone tax department lists three classifications of 
persons whn must file returns 

Those whose earned income 'after deduction of union 
dues and pension plan contribution*!, plus their investment 
Income, la greater than the total of their personal exemp 
Hons and deduct inns; 

Those who bad tax deducted at the sodree hy their em 
plovers during 1952. which was in excess of the toial tax 
lhe\ are required to pay and who. therefore, want to obtain 
a refund of the overpayment; 

Those who have been requested by the head of the local 
income tax branch to file an income lax return. 


There Is one Important comment tn be made on the 
second rla»*lfirattnn. It k* the responsibility of Hie per- 
son wishing a refund in file a return and request it — 
neither his employer nor the Income i«i department 
has any responsibility to see to an unclaimed refund 
It Is amazing how many people think that the refund 
will come to them unasked. 

Some Indian* are required to pay Income tax and the 
rule covering Canada's native »on« is very simple. 

If an income I* derived off the reserve, that income is 
taxahle on the same basts a* anyone else 

But any income derived on the reserve is not taxable 
Thus a successful Indian farmer no the reserve la not re- 
qulred to account for income from ihts source, nr to pay tax. 

But an Indian fishing off the reservation must pay in- 
come tax on 'he same bask* as any other fisherman. 

This 1 * the official interpretation of ihe income tax art. 
and ihe manner in which it i* enforced. 





AFxnit l.Y) mrmitrrs of the Victoria 
Horticultural Society attended a special 
demonstration in pruning of trees and 
shruFw at Beacon Hill Park yesterday. 
Shown demonstrating is Alex Johnson, 



foreman gardener at Ihr park. Other 
park employers at demons! ration were 
Tom Harper and Daniel WVir. — 
(Colonist photo.) 





/ 



16 Daily (Golotliaf Victoria, B.C., Tkur... March 12, 1953 


To Bear Queen's Train 


Clubs and Societies 


Today's Pattern 


Today's 
Fa vo rite 
Recipe 


\\ uuan » Auxiliary Nn 65 lo Victoria Fx Service Women ■ 


anc 


No 201 will meet in the YWCA 
cl u broom on Thui*da> March 
12. at 2.15 p nr 


hold a spring tea m the Doug- 
!«« Room Hudson's Ray Com- 
pany. on April 4 


By MARION MATTHEWS 


Que«tmYi Permanents r*ver be under a doctor's rare. Hr 
hold in my hair and I wonder if lould prem nhe rnrdirlne that 
you could *uggr«t something io would help alleviate this condi. 
do about this I lost my hu- dilion and *ugge*t a prognm <*f 
hand nearly two years ago I rest and recreation that would 
am a nervous type and aluav- five you .i loiter senve of well 
have » <ren Vitamin* don't >-<-cm being. A* your health improves i 
lo ^*P *<> should your hair. I Ian a 9 

Answer I do think since you guide tn c*wh 1 health and if ( 
are so nervous that you ahjuld yours i* giving you trouble in 

) u "' 'he last ft-u year Chan 


“This i* one of mv family 
favorites," says Mrs. RfMB 
Fraser, Prospect lj»ke. 
RAISIN pip: 

Two cups raisins. 2 cup- 
water, 'i cup brown sugai 


SCALDS 


BURNS 

S'""? 5od* 


I-ddir* Aid of Gorge Prea 
byterlan Church will hold a ^ — • 
spring ic.i and sale of home 
coriking in the Sunday school 1I\ M* 


neaurt pick* up Don't stop 
brushing it or giving it me 
H uai care to shampooing a* 
often as necessary Have it 
sinanly trimmed and pcihapx 
for the time being you might 
"mu permanents. A short, 
••niiirt cut that can he raced lor 
without ton much trouble may 
he your answer for Hie present • 
Keep up your effort*, thrv 
eventually will bring an im 
provement. 


butter. 

Koi| raisins in t \ cup* water 
for 5 minutes. Combine brown 
*u-,*nr, cornstarch, cinnamon and 
salt, moisten with remaining '* 

• up water, and add lo the 
raisins. stirring until mixture 
txdls. Remove from fire and 
add hijtter and vinegar. Pour 
into pastry lined pie pan. cover 

• op with pastry Rake 25 mm 
U»es In a hot oven (425 degree* i. 


Among six daughters of British poem who will hear 
the Queen's train at her Coronation nn June 2, will 
be Lady Mary Baillie-Hatnilton. left, daughter of the 
Karl, of Haddington. And Lady Rosemary Spencer- 
Churchill, right, daughter of the Duke of Marlborough 
and a rousln of Prime Minister Winston Churchill. 
The maids of honor, ranging in age from 18 to 23, are 
nM close friends of Princess Margaret and were 
selected by. the Queen herself, following n precedent 
established by Queen Victoria. In contrast to the 
Queen’s scarlet rol*es for Ihe abbey ceremony, the 


ENTIRE STOCK 
OK ENGLISH 
MIRARELL 


21st BIRTHDAY PARTY 


Men's SIiiim 


Women'* Shoe* 


t hlhlrcn * Shoe* 


Question I .,m IT year* oh 
and weigh 1.50 pound* My me* 
urement* are bust is wol»i H 
top* II I am five fed right 
and a half inche* tall with large 
t»< nc mru.-iurc Mv friends idl 


St Barnaba.*' Women’* Club 
have arranged a mid ^ent silver 
fca and sale of home cooking lo 
hr held Friday. March 13, from 
3 pm. io 5 p.m. In the new 
church hall. 


1316 Douglas St 


PICCADILLY 

SHOPPE 


FOR SPRINO 


The Tango 

FLEXIBLE INSTEP 
PUMP 

(as shown) 

With < |o«etl Toe 
Won't hind at the 
Instep. Cuban nr 
high heel* 

Black ( alf 

$12. ns 

or Black Suede $13.DS 


T OUTSTANDING SPECIALS I ROM 

(H K BRAND NEW SPRING COLLECTION 

Here Is MORE for Your Fashion Dollar 


AT ALAN’S 


EXTRAORDINARY 3 \Ll E 


NYLONS 


Season's Smartest 


-Suh*tandard* 


Pea flier Flex 

WALKING PI Ml 

(as shown) 


I gatige I J denier 
New Spring Shade*. 


An excellent fitting 
pump, featuring built- 
in arch support. Cuban 
heel. El italicized vamp 
Sizes 4 to 9. 


LARGEST 

PRICE 

SELECTION 


lavishly 
with lace 
broldei y 
to 12 


Feather Flex 
OPEN TOR 
i t NP 

i not *hu«ni 

Cuban Heel 
Klast irizrd 
Black Calf 

f 14.WN 


Trimmed with ln.»* 
and embroidery hi 

white, pink hlue 
yellow S„ m . 1.* 


At the regular meeting of the 
ladles' Auxiliary tn thr Arrm 
Navy and Air Force Veterans! 
four ney memher*. Mix, G. Wil- 
liam*, Mrs. E. Stevenson. Mrs 
V A.shhury and Mrs E. Knight 
were initiated. 

A further donation of $.1*, u«s 
made lo the flood relief fund 
bringing ihr total* donation to 
5* v Mrs. V. Barry hospital con- 
vener. gave a report 
A St. Patrick* Day tea was 
planned for Wednesday, March 
1*. in the auditorium 
the British Columbia Provin- 
cial Command will hold their 
quarterly general meeting in 
Victoria on Saturday. March 2) 


Sor Our New Vr|\r| Shorties 
Waterproof— Any Shade 


Durable, washable tie 
silk* Wrap around 
*ed /lettered «tvlr- 
Size* 11 to 20 $7 95 

value. 


WIDE-FITTING PUMP 
C and E WIDTHS 


CONVENIENT CUSTOM 
TAILORING DEPARTMENT 


A d r e * « y open *r>e 

f 'ump a* Illustrated. 
J**tlcized for com- 
fort. Cuban her) 
Black or blue calf 
Size* 1 lo I'j 


Courteou* Credit Tlan 


SKIRTS 


Wool plaid. winiI plain, gabardine* 
worned*. Any two akin* fur 


vicmiKi* a 

I.CAlttNO 
»rvi r 
CKNIKK 


Than The Price Of One! 


unr: nylon . . . 
*hort « ) e e y e 
clawtlc Size* It. 
tn 2b Asvtrt 
ment of color* 


l.3fM> Dougin* SI 


Dance committee of the View 
Roval Ro\ Scout Group ha* 
.innottnird that a profit of J32n 
ha* been realized from a recent 
dance. 

Special thank* «u given to 
Norma Wragg who played the 
Hammond organ at the affair. 

Scout master H J Biirruueh 
turned over |13 to the group 
f‘»nd,. proceed* of a recent 
palter drive 


m K TO PI’BIJC DEMAND WK AGAIN BRING A f>l * THIS KXCITIM 


Smart h tailored 
*cci*urke, f’mk 
I"w S. M E r 


Gowns 


RADIO-HEADBOARD SUITE 


f’a*l Noble Grand* ot the 
^ ictitria Relx-kah Lodge* .»re 
holding a St. Patrick * tea in the 
Oddfellow*' Hall, Dougla* 
Street, on Wednesday. March 18. 
w-ifh home cooking and other 
article'- for sale. 


Th(« Suite ha* everything 
radio headhoard and kntek knack 
Mtelves latgr Ml and Mr* cheat 
with no-**nnp" Hohha plate 
gla«* and big I -drawer chiffonier 
ten drawer* in all 

Tht* I.* Interchangeahlr with a 
vanity and henrh 


LIMED OAK 


WALNUT 


Four Money 
Ke funded 


EITHER 

WAV 


Store That 


More 


OPEN M l DAY SATLRDA3 


1119 DOUGLAS 


ro«T nmo 


1609 DOUGLAS 




f c0tiif/wn 

OF VICTORIA I 


HFU'gi SMTta* 

for »*r*ir« twin »n»1 h*n*ri»* 
to all makr* nf heer1»ii-aM» 
Naif w» lnan you »n 

Inilrument me* during repair* 


Don't b* 
HALF- SAFE! 


Government House 
Week-End Guests 

SOCIAL AM) PKR.SC INAL 

MaJ Gen H F. G Let non end Mn Lataon of Otu^» will 
leave Vancouvei on Ft d»\ foi Victoria and will be gue«is of 
Hi* Honor the Lieutenant Governor and Mrs. Wallace at Govern- 
ment House for the week end 

* * * 

In London 

Col. the Honorable W C. Woodw-irrj «nd Mrs Woodward, 
who have been on ihe Riviera, have joined Mt and Mrs C. W. 
Woodward ar the Savoy Hotel in London The latter have been 


( offer Party 

Mrs Norma MacDonald. Mrs. Alma Jordan. Mia* Frances 
Jordan and M - Mathew Seelmgrr entertamed 100 guest* at a 
mffee p*rt> at the Oak Ba> Beach Hotel yesterday morning. 
Masses of spi mg blossoms decorated ihe lounge and refreshment 
table Among those present were Miss Sat a Spencer, Mrs 
MAC Rennet*. Mrs Fmar Gunderson the Hon. Tilly Rolston. 
Lady Maze Mrs VV T Strai'h Mrs. Perry Shepard Mr* A K. 
deL Nunns. Lady Wainwrlghi. Mrs. B R Fibjger, Mrs. Ralph 
Chetwvnd. Mrs T. P O'Grady, Mrs Archie Gibbs. Marquessa 
de Rodil and Mrs. Lyle Wicks. 

* * * 

S/irinu Openinu 

The annual spring opening luncheon for all lad} members 
of the Victoria Golf Club will he held in the club house nn Tues- 
day. March 2-1 at 12 noon, followed by nine hole foursomes. 

* * * 

(• oing to Honolulu 

Mrs A M i>>re of Sidney and Mrs. Fred Elllntt of Che 
maimis will leave on Friday by plane to *pend a month's holiday 
In Honolulu. 

* * * 

Return n from Africa 

Mr W. H Hannay, Tudor Road, who ha* spent the past two 
month* in Northern Rhodesia, Africa, returned on Tuesday to 
his home here. 

* * * 

En route to It ri lain 

Mr. and Mr* Wolfgang Schneider left their home In Van- 
couver early In the week by motor to drive to New York City 
and there they will embark In the “Rhyndem" for a seven-month 
visit to the British I*le* and on the rnntlnent, Mr*. Schneider 
I* the former Lm« Tripp of Victoria, daughter of the late Mr. 
and Mrs. G. M. Tripp of Oak Bay. Bon voyage parties for Mr*. 
Schneider included luncheon* given by Mrs. F, E. Murray of 
Steveston and Mrs, F. E Bowles. 

* * * 

Hack from Arizotia 

Mr and Mr*. Athol MrBein, Terrace Avenue and Mrs. H. D 
Gonderham. Beach Drive, have returned from a winter holiday 
In Arizona. 

* * * 

In Mete Home 

Mr* M L. Sayward Wilson is now in residence m her new 
home "Twin Coves," Queenswond. 

* * * 

(Grocery Slwirer 

Miss Carol Richards and Mr. Cliff Salmond. who are being 
married on April 4. weie guest* of honor at a grocery shower 
given recently by Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Holder, at their home 
on Doncaster Drive. A corsage of pink ear-nation* and narcissi 
for the bride eled, and a "Special Delivery" truck filled with 
the useful glfis were presented. A buffet supper was served 
later in the evening. The guests were Mr. and Mr*. K. Richards. 
Mr. and Mrs .1. Danielson. Mr. and Mrs W. Ireland. Mr. and 
Mrs Frank Wills. Misses l^orraine Bowen and Sylvia Inkpen 
and Mr. Douglas Dicker. 

♦ * * 

For Rerent llritle 

In compliment to Mrs. Robert Saunders, nee Elsie McKilll- 
gan. RN. a recent bride, a miwelb* neon* shower was held at the 
home of Mrs. R. Spence, 2728 Groavenor Road, the co-hoateases 
being Mr* H. Williams. Mr*. R Saunders and Mrs. Spence, all 
sisters In law of the guest of honor. A corsage of rose-colored 
camellias for the bride, and pink carnation* en corMge for Mrs 
J E Saunders, mother of the groom were presented. The pretry 
gifts were concealed in a "Wishing Well.” Other gue*i* were 
Mrs. C. h’ellnu , Mr* A. Stratford. Mrs. E. Barker. Mr* A. Haves. 
Mrs M Renfrre. Mrs, G. Sheridan. Mr* W. Knowles Mr*. J. 
Bullick. Mrs. A. Chalmers and Miss Lillian Barker. 

* * * 

lea Fallon* ( hrintrning 

A christening eeremony took place on Sunday afternoon at 
Metropolitan United Church when the Rev, F E. H. James gave 
the names Terry Wayne to the in month old son of Mr. and Mrs. 
J Cameron, Sonke Road, An Informal tea was held at the home 
■of the hahy * paients to which were Invited the baby's paternal 
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs R Cameron: maternal grandparent*, 
Mr ami Mr* H. F Williams; great. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. 
C. H Williams, and great grandfather, Mr. W. H. Lloyd 

* * * 

■At H.C, Hou.tr 

Mr and Mrs. Bruce Hutchison, and Mrs C. ffe with her two 
sons David and Rodney are among Victorian* signing the regl 
afer at British Columbia House London. England, recently. 

* « * 

Shower for Joan Elliott 

Gift* for Mis* Joan Elliott, br ide elect, were presented In » 
mauve and yellow container at a shower given hy Mi*s Betty 
Pevrreaux and Miss Barhara Lcanon at the home of the former 
( nlville Road ITie guest of honor al«o received a corsage of 
yellow carnations and her mother. Mr* M J. Elliott received 
pink carnations. Guests were Mrs. If I.eask. Mrs. H. Lea son 
Mrs H Devereauv Mrs. V. Amor. Mr* If. Stanford. Mr*. D 
William*. Mrs. W. Ra\h»>ne and Misses Fay Elliott. Melvina 
I.eask Margaret Watson. Joan Lewi*. Elsie Scott. Maiian Tay 
lor. Maureen Renous. Tat Devereaus. Dorothy Devereaux arid 
Wynn* Klrchln. 


Recently-Wed Coupl 


BmluCnlnnUT v. '.-u sc Chlickwag0!l JamllOrCe 

C ^ f A chu> Kwa^-«n latnhoree w h Jp m '•<> a i v. tan 

II/ r# i f M B O m • IM' B B • ^cld Sauy<la\ March .’1 ai ,n £ with Scales nrrheshg w 

/• ir T f f • the CCF Hall (jorntr nf Rich- fo P°* ” 8 " " 12 pjn 

Scene of Wedding n 1 - 


St. Mark** Anglican Churrh Lindal proposed the toast to the 
was the scene of the recent bride. 

wedding of Dorothy Gemrgma For a honeymoon trip to the 
Burton, elder daughter nrWr. mainland, the bride donned a 
and Mrs. G. R. Burton. Corona- black fur jacket over her suit, 
non Avenue, and I-awreme 
Lindsay Hooper son nf Mr. and 

Mrs. A. Hooper Duplin Road. >< / ^ 

at Which the Rev. \N I Green y /% ii FO /J Df 
halgh officiated. f V #V “ I L> * 


A chuck wagon Jamboree will 
be held Sanjfriiy. March 21, at 
the CCF Hall. Comer nf Rich- 
mond and Cedar Hill Cros* 
Road by the Fellowship and 
Speedwell Circles of the King s 
Daughter* 

Supper WhTrtTTnrtUdaw xtrw 
baked bean* bread and pie* al^ 
homemade w ill be served from 


fr3b to 7 ‘k)T and old.ttme danc^ 
mg with Scales nrrhestra will 
fojlou from 8.30 to 12 pm 
Convener* are Mis T Acker- 
man and Miss M Craig wi'h 
Mr*. M. Tindall and Miss A. 
I’ve in rharge nf decorations 
All proceed* will go towards 
furnishing a room m the new 
wing of the Victoria Nursing 
Home. 


Mr and Mrs Walter Metz are pictured following their 
recent wedding at First United Church. They are 
now making their home on Oak Bay Avenue. The 
hride, the former Shirley Donna Donaldson, is the 
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Donaldson. Wark 
Street, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Stephen Metz, Edmonton. — (Photo hv Paul Jnncas.) 

Total of $11. 741 
Is Raised by WA 


register. Mis. Norma Lindal 
sang ‘The Lord's Prayer.' Gur*i 
pews were marked with rosetie> 
of spring flower* 

Given In marriage by her 
father, the bride wore a tailored 
grey wool suit, complemented 
with a *hell-pink straw hat 
trimmed with flower*, and pink 
accessories. Her corsage was of 
pink and while carnations. 

She was attended by her 
sister. Mi** Hetty Burton, wear- 
ing a moonlight blue suit with 
navy accessories and a corsage 
of >el)nw' carnation*. 

The groom had hi* brother. 
Mr. Bruce Hooper, as bc<t man. 
and ushers were Mr. George 
M a Mick and Mr. Cliff Hooper. 

Ai the reception, a three-tier 
wedding cake centred ihe table 
covered with a lace cloth and 
decorated with white candle* 
and bowls of daffodils. Mr. Joe 

Ruth Chapter No. 22. Order 
of the Eastern Star, will hold a 
St. Patrick's Day tea in the 
Temple. Saanlchlon, March 14. , 

Brides of Albion Chapter, j 
IODK. will meet at headquar- 
«ei* nn Thursday. March 12. at 
8 p m. 


“ y ou ' re a pszfECT PICTURE 

in your new 


■ II t ON 

Life’s just a "snap" when you wear Lazy- 
Bones! They'll click with everything you 
wear and provide the utmost in comfort and 
satisfaction. 

Widths Available; AAAA to C 


"GOLF A BOl'T” 

Handsome brown and whUf 
casual* iha' go to town 
when you remove the re- 
placeable spike*. 

Sizes 4 to 10 

*12"" 


Total receipts of SI 1,741 for 
to.i2 were reported by treasurer 
of the Women’s Auxiliary of 
the Church of England. Mrs. 
L. K Goodwin at yesterday'* 
session of ihe Diocesan Board 
held in Memorial Hall. 

Total budget for lfT»2 was 
$1.1822. 

Mrs. Goodwin said this figure 
represented an increase of SW57 
over the prevlnu* > ear's re 
ceipt*. She added that Interest 
in all their venture*, the Angli- 
can Theological College. Maple 
I*eaf Hospital. I>per work and 
Korean, work, had grown. 

Opening prayer* were taken 
hv Mrs. H. H. Creal and the 
noon address by Canon A. E. 
Greenhalgh. 

Comox Deanery comprised 17 
semnr, five girls*, five juniors' 
and 12 Little Helper group* 
Mrs. J. Noel. Courtenay, re 
ported. 

Report of Cowirhan Deanery, 
given by Mrs. F. R. Sadd. Che- 
malnus, showed 12 senior 
branrhe*. Four girls' auxiliaries, 
three junior auxiliaries and 
eight Little Helper group* 

Mrs. C. Millard, secretary of 
"Living Message.” said f>5 
branches were «uhsrnhing lo 
Ihe publication and that there 
were tvl single subscriptions. 
Total receipts for the vear were 
*hX7. 

Mr*. A. F. C. Walts, prayer 
secretary, *aid there were now 
58 prayer partner* in the dio 
cc«e, 

Lady l^akr reported on the 
Anglican Theological College 
Fund saving that 23 students 
were in training. 

Greeting* were brought from 
sister *or|et ie« from the Pre*. 
hjtertans. United and Baptist 
rhurrhe*. Mr*. N Nanton of 
Saskatoon and Mr*. A W. Rose 
of Winnipeg were visitors yes- 
terday. 

Nancy Hodge*. MLA. ad- 
dressed the gathering, speaking 


on impressions nf a recent trip 
lo Great Britain. 

TODAY'S SESSION 

Highlighta of todav-s session 
will he an address hy the Rev. 
A. H. Holme*, an address by 
Mis* D. l^ancaster and result 
of election of offi<*ers. 

Plan Reception 

General meeting of the ladies' 
Auxiliary, FOE. was held 
recently to make plans for 
nfruiai visit of Mrs. Bertha 
Morgan. New Westminster, pro- 
vincial president. 

A class will he initiated in 
her honor. 

Equipment will be purchased 
for use at the Cerebal Pallsy 
Clinic. Plan* are under way 
for the annual auxiliary ban 
quel which will he held in April 
Reports were given hy M. 
Brown, E, Lacey and E. Barry. 

VMCA TEA TODAY 

Ladies' Auxiliary to the 
YMCA will hold a tea in the 
Mural Room nf the YMCA to 
day at 3 o'clock. 


Brown loafers 

Sizes 4 to 10 

’ir 5 


AGAIN 

TRADITIONAL 
BEAUTY IN 

GOWNS 

For the SPRING 
and EASTER BRIDE 

BRIDESMAIDS' 

Dresses, too! 

Come In soon and let us plan 
your wedding from the atart. 


Brown and 
White 

Saddle Oxfords 
Size* t to 10 

* 1 1 »5 


Single Bui U« 

l«n»fers 

In Red Glovelk 
Sizes 4 to 10 


Foam Crepe Tle« 

In Butternut 
Glovelk 
Sizes 4 to 10 

IHAB 


784 FORT ST. 


LOVELY! NEW! 
CORONATION INSPIRED 

FASHION JEWELRY 

FOR SPRING 

NEW SHIPMENT HAS JUST ARRIVED 

TINS 

EARRINGS 
NECKLETS 
BRACELETS 
HERALDIC DESIGN'S 

JEWELERS 

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1203 Douglas St. 


TRY THIS 15-MINUTE 


WONDERDINNER 

Imagine preparing thu delicious dinner in just 15 minutes! With Minute 
Rice, so many delightfully easy and tempting supper or dinner dishes are at 
your fingertips. Served in place of potatoes. Minute Rice offers exciting 
variety. And nee deaaerfs are a joy with pr»-cook*d Minute Rice. 


I I 

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It’s fun to have variety with Minute Rice served 
at a vegetable. Use flavorful liquids like tomato 
juice and consomml in place of water. See how 
Minute Rice absorbs all the flavor . , . even the 
exciting colour, a trick no other rice will do. 

Pr«-<ool<*d Minwt* Rica n««d« no woiKmg, no riming, 
no draining, eo (looming alwoyi cooki to dotlrod 
fondornoot, with oach groin plwmp, RuNy and osparots 


I OR.'! BRANCH 

An evening branch nf St. Mat 
thew's guild was formed at a 
meeting held reremtly st the 

hnme nf Mrs. D. R F. Bullen 

The fnllnwing nffirers were 
elnted: pre*ideiit. Mr* Stan 

Homer: vice-president. Mr*. R 
Gordon, secretary * treasurer 
Mr* S.- Sherman. 

It was dei-lded to meet on the 
first Wednesday In each month 
at the home* of different mem 
her*. 

A miseellaneou* stall will be 
run by this group at the*Sham 
rock lea being held bv Ihe guild 
on March 18. In the parish hall. 


Thp W.A. (o the 
VrfprnnV Hospital 
“Indian Potlach** 

Door Prize* were won by 
the following numbers 
12WY 22.87, 132.1. 1782. 

588. 180 19. 

Tl'o tixiliorr •i«h*« In inoe* 
in* rmtnwlnr firm* (or lh« 
rtonouor. or th**o prUor 

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tba* welcoming appeal' Built by master craftsmen with the hesi features in Rock Maple 
design . . smooth rtrh lines to please everyone who lakes pride In a home beautiful Start 
with the ke> piece* now and add other articles as your budget allows until \nu have all 
of the matching piece* of furniture in beautiful VILAS RO<?K MAPLE. 




Remove inferior 
nre kernel* W **h 

carefully, 


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Double hed che«t of drawer* *OpC7 S 
and modern drev«rr fcfcw 


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Welsh dresaor, 4 chairs, 
refectory table 


3 PIECE LIVING ROOM $ 
SFITE 


COFFER TABLES 

DESKS 

BOOKCASES 

END TABLES 


• 21.78 

• SJ» oo 

• 27 RO 
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<tf*en Slock Ruv what you can now — 
add more later’ We ram a good stock 
of SOLID ROCK MAPLE at all time* 

COME TN AND SEE OCR 
FINE DISPLAY 


1*4 me Singly pnur into 
i ■ 1 1 • d hotline 

. VN water IV-,1 hnddv. 

(tirring of*en unut 
^ j -, kernalt ara *nff. 

(Up to 2 S minute*') 


Dram nre in tiewa 


irte pnnr hnilmg water 

V over nre until 

( ")/ 1 gram* ara aeparate. 

|lt Sream dca S to 10 

minute* 


Tim# : 40 minute*. 
UlMWill to »»«h • J 


ftr; : 

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urnilure 


Add Mir»*i»a R»re 
tn water and *alt. 
in taucapaa 


Bring tn s full roll 
mg boil. Cover; 
remove from bee* 
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minute* 


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Utenula tn weak 
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18 Daily Colonist v»«t®ru, B.C., tw®., March 12. 1953 


Company Presents Hamlet Here 


Store Hours 


Text Book Play Lives for Students 


8.30 to 5.30 Daily 

Wednesdays, 

9 ft.m. to 1 p.m. 


HARDWARE 

and HOME 
FURNISHINGS 


Starts TODAY! Me & Me 


Import***] English Beau HrummeJ 


To Lead The 
Spring Fashion 
Parade 


Delay Likely 
In Deciding 
Poje Appeal 


Sinclair Pays 
House Visit 

Fisheries Minister 


Site* 2 to flx 

Toddler*. I in ) In tofl 

twredt rhi-rlr* plaiflf »nd 

no'*ity »nvu Drliriii 
o»»t»U for tbc (odder*. 


Federal 

James Sinclair was a visitor to 
the legislative assembly Tuesday 
night. , 

He planned to visit his sister, 
Mr*. A. F. LePage, 978 Hamp- 
shire Road, 


Decision on the appeal of 
Tony Poje, of Duncan, may not 
he known for some weeks yet. 
according to Vancouver reports 

Alex B. Macdonald, counsel 
for the International Wood- 
workers of America (riOCCL .1 
has been asked to submit fur- 
ther written argument* by 
March 15 to the Supreme Court 
of Canada. 

The union la appealing a sen 
tence of three months in Jail 
and a $3,000 fine*® gainst Poje, 
who was found guilty of con- 
tempt of court In a charge aris- 
ing from the union's strikp last 
summer and an Incident at Na- 
naimo. 


Sixes 7 to .14 

Ihr «ItIm eh* prrfrrt 
end w* have • wonder- 
Oil *»lrrtlnn Irtt iwtnglng 
bark* or fitted etyln 


l>efore catching a 
plane track to Ottawa. 

Mr. Sinclair said he had no 
comment to make on the provin- 
cial political scene. "I am Just 
a visitor,” he said. 


Annual Store-Wide Spring Sale 

• Over 100 Outstanding Specials! 

• Many Not-Advertised Specials! 


ATTENTION 
Night Hawks! 

*See Island's Largest 
Dealer Ad on Page 21 


"TNrre t» No 

BuL>*UluI« 
for Quality** 


6.1 1 FORT STREET 


Phone G 1194 


Get real value 
for each bottle of 
bleach you buy A 


Look at These Val 


Pay Only $15 Down 
Balance Monthly 


ami quamy construction! Two-inch depth of cut! Angle 
cuts to 45 n on movable sole plate. Rugged construction. 
Fully guaranteed. Buy now at easy terms. 

Tools, Main Floor 


Always reach 
for the 
triple action 
bleach 


BLEACH 


1-inch brush, 
3-inch brush, 


English Low Priced 
16-Pce. Luncheon Sets 


No other bleach 
gives you so much 
for your money 


I-irst quality English semi -porcelain. 
Four each cups, saucers. 7-inch plates 
and fruit nappies. Choose from four 
smnrt patterns. Outstanding value' 

China. Main Floor 


Features six easy-to-read, sealed glasses, 
and two level, of lightweight aluminum. 
Save! 


Four plumb 
Top quality! 


Tool*, Main Floor 


Special ! 

Wicker Clothes Hampers 

Use in bathroom for soiled linen. Smartly styled with 
sturdy seat top and chrome carrying handles*. White 

ij i r 


r 2. ALWAYS SAFE AND GENTLE 

Pcrlex » j pure bleach — coau ias no 
caustic or harmful subsume. 


3. DOZENS OF USES every day In 
elhcienc cleaning, disinfecting 
deodorizing actions. 


6. TRULY ECONOMICAL 


Cost* no 

more than or her concern rated bleaches. 

7. RECOGNIZED OFFICIALLY as jj 

a standard disintecuui bv public 

health authorities Aovthing 

washed with Perlex B livgicn- A 

ically clean. j/S 


4. CORRECT STRENGTH- 

Always the same scientifically 
correct strength — never too 
r!| w strong, never too weak. 


Furnllur*. Second Floor 


Save on Torchieres! 

Bronze finished pedestal and column, heavy base' Amber 
glass shade. 100, 200, 300-watt style. Smart. modern 
design. 

Lamp*. M*ln Floor 


always reach for the triple action bleach 


Kitchen Step-Stools 


Famou* "Coaco" quality all-metal step 
■tool*. Haa two iwing-away atepa with 
rubber treads Baked enamel flnUh In 
red, yellow, blue or green. Ixnv, low 
priced! 

Furniture Second Floor 




Always Plenty of Free Parking Space. Entrance Frpm Cormorant SL 



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sweater 


FRUITS & VEGETABLES 


LAl)V ANNF U.l 

f lit. \t V .ft 

NANIORl AN sfitinL - 

'■ .istant (i, .tuny 


sty I* -» "i • - k r itm< i 
10 • •v.-iythinq 

Foil sFimJfi 

1*0(1 s to-coasf'^fl 


MEAT VALUES I 


* RED & WHITE FOOD STORES ★ 


Oatltl (Colonist Victoria, B C.. TW»., MarcL 12. 1953 


Pieces of Hair Playing Role in Hit-Run Case 


equipped with •'dome” light* on or 
roof fronts. Constable Clark 
continued The cab of the ac- 
cused had been the only one 
found with any dents in the 
front. 

Earlier evidence of the prose 
cut ion included remarks by an 
eye- witness to the accident that 
the car which struck Mils Win 
slow had an Illuminated "taxi'' 


Piece* of hair are playing an lie also stated “it appeared Arno 
important role in the city police the right -ide of the car front terday 
court case in which Victoria taxi had been swept clean, 
driver Robert Raynor Is appear OBJECTION VOH Kl* 
ing on a charge of falling to Mf mudtoel im 
remain at th* scene of an accl arosr , Q volCf Mrong 

to the "inference '* 

Raynor l* charged with helng quwltkjnin - 

the driver of the tar which Conslfthl#1 f;ranl , lhf 
struck and Injured Miss Pamela dr|v „ hflll he h> 

W Winslow. 1014 Craigdarroch. dr|v|ng , hal daN 

wa * crossing Yales Street Ii4 . fon . (ha , Um4 . lhp 
at the Camosun Intersection ln th „ view sue. 

January 26 

At the time of the accident 


joumed the case until next Removal of the 3 prr cent 
Tuesday, at the request of Mr. sales tax on books was requested 
Proudfoot who asked for time yesterday by a delegation from 
to review certain portions of the B.C. Library Association and 
the prosecution'* evidence. the Public Library Commission 

of lie 

El Salvador is the only Ce n Request was laid before FI* 

ItaJ American republic without nance Minister Elnar Gunderson 
a coastline on the Caribbean, by Miss Thresaa Pollock, asso- 


ciation president, and E S. Rot* Commission on arts, letters and 
inson and C. K. Mori&son of the sciences. 

commission. . " Ch J'* p,r ‘’•"'i' 5 of *"?< 

Importance to the consumer in 

The delegation said only four Rrittsh Columbia," the riotega* 

provinces In Canada tax books, non submitted "Where physical 

and explained that the federal food is uni axed mental food 

sales tax on books was removed should enjoy the same treat- 

following hearings of the Roval ment." 


car late on the morning of 
January 26 in the course of a 


meter. He drove the car for a 
considerable distance. He had 
not noticed any damage to its 
from portions at that time. 

That same night, with other 
police officers Investigating the 
car. Constable Clark satd he had 
noticed the front r« 4 *nlx 

He had also noticed the right 
front door was binding. When 
the door wa* ripened, he staled, 
it made a "binding, grating" 
noise. 

A check had been made of 
practically all city taxicabs 


Prices Effective 
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 
March 12, 13, 14 


P the season's 
suit successes 
\ are hand cut 
mL/ and 
■ tailored 

S for you 


SPREADEASY 


Burns, Vs 


Johnston 


Squirrel, 
16-oz. 


AND LEMON PIE FILLER 

Shirriff's — Both for 


if Suio th»i »wp om 

M to Spring 1 ! new 

|| ^ faihion tunc — • 

t wboW noting nrw 

Lj try l«- book full to 

chnmr from - »mi 
• world of 
■rondrrful 
Bnmh wooltmi ju»t arrived. 
Make up your mind now. — 
and Johnitna wdl make up the 
nut of your ilrnni 


★ Grapefruit 

Apples 
Potatoes 


Florida, 
While, 96 'r 


Spic and Span 
Tide Urs , _____ 

f ^0 Oum 


Large 


Giant 


Newtown, 
Cee's 


sweaters / 
sportswear 
knitted suits 


Arriving Fresh Daily: 

Head I/cfluce — Green Onion* — Radish — Celery, Fie, 


ROYAL KNITTING CO. TORONTO. CANADA 


CLEANER 


CADBURY 
BRAZIL BAR 


Orchard City 
1 5-Oz 


Choice Cali rose 


Miscellaneous 


You'll never know 
how good margar- 
ine can be . . . until 
you trv MARGENE. 


Bing Cherries 

Pr «* ..n. 

Coronation Biscuits 
Strawberry Jam 
Shredded Whaat „ 
Shreddtes 

*« Pa p« r **«. 

KImmx .. 


Lenten Suggestions 


Kraft Dinner 2 

ret 29c 

Flaked T una 

29c 

i # Salmon r „„ s , 

39c 

Cratemtai 

69c 

Pork and IMM . 2 

25c 


Ready Cut Macaroni . 

48c 


Kraft Grated Cheese 

24e 


Upton's Chicken Noodle Soup , 2 

f-r 25c i 






★ Pork Loin Roasts ,^ 0 ., 69c 

★ Chuck Beef Roasts u, 55c 

Sliced Side 
BACON 

1 / 2 -lb. 27c 

| Liver 
SAUSAGE 
29c each 

Beef 

HEARTS 

lb. 23c 

Available at 1 

Moira With Meal Market* Only 


friers? 


gjj| 


LITTLE DIPPER CAKE MIXES 

LDf 



White, Chocolate 
Gingerbread __ 

2 49 c 

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PAINT YOUR WALLS 

with 

WINDOWS CLOSED! 


NO’ PAINTY' ODOR 


e Newsman ^ 


20 Batin (Colonial vui.™. IC tw. *Ur<ii it i*sj 


Holidaying Nnsajiot 


l pscts Official Timetables 


.. : r onl> tell (hem been wiped 0u , 

have done H " »»>* C 

net n a Sit, or deadly about f.ghttn* 
van min each trip up ^ 

.-Ma.axa hu ‘ mo,t ol 

. against pets© 
vou MPPW ,0 hp on .■ Singapore ha 
,r h, of road which some ' * £ ^ ( 

n uniat guerrilla* were " 

.r,f -r. parable *ay, to Harris no 
me armed rebel* near the White Mi 
.r >ne\ mil* hi loose tropic* a * 
i tew r.'unds at sou 1 he with full pay 
• ;> \ otj might be unlucky year*' service 


Duke Works , Plays Hard , 
Likes To Get Things Done 


mwnNt* b 1 
vlncweo^ 
Ihe* mrr 


A few nt i be *» be me. 

liar rv Miller " 

hay m ' tctoi ia all" rev* 1 '* 1 >1I,T ' 
furtively in the belief «bai ■™ v ’ 
where on ht» pet«on he mu*' ^ 
cornea ling, from h*N' »' 'e*‘ 
one revolver. 

Because he t% on hitlltU' from **" 

Malaya whrte t'ommum*i i>. • *r • C 
guerrillas compute what re*' Smfxp-re : *»e j 
dent- there call "•he enter be r.a* expetren^ 
gency." Harry i» thought •« he fre h n$ ol i. -e..- •' 


v owners for.vlaory body to .i-',--- the di- 
rector of a^seninient to l*e 

| v the delega named under the new art On 
^ “vpianned to the boild will be api-unie 

, '"legislation ! the B.C. Ass.--.sor* A>sun.sti u. 

sion. He the Union of Hiitis/i i'.> <■ 

' ,)u, “h ;e gov- 1 Municipalities and the muni- 
"' ,im ;n ad- ! ci pa I affairs departmci 


Trrin* to Dl<m« i»# d»pitii of 
rsvo) rnutr'ti it of 'on vnros tra- 
ms. Sul Ul« Dul# Of Idlnbui fit. Itoi 
band of 'hr Qut'n li • m»n of 
• ■ tor.f , f -m«i »»rt rhirwltrMtln Hit 
hlfh petition n«t not chanced hit 
aeitnnalllf TTilt it ary. one of a 
atria* daacrlbat hit linking 
'UaUUtt 


holiday to recuperate from um.s e*pe.ia v 


tralla before coming to 


BY AI.AN HAKVKk 


ambush 

In Nlngkjtnre liwlf, with 
wimr tW W*t ( hlnetta in * 
population of more than a 
million, moti of ibe t nmmu 
nisi activity it directed 
kCalnti t'hlneae residents, he 
reports 

• A 'be Brush rubber plan- 
• cipr rrsnsrers r <vuld have 


LONDON (CPI 


It’* easy to 
write a character sketch of ihe 
Duke of Kdlnhurgh 

“Write him up as fast moving, 
dashing lively, breezy any- 
thing like that and you’re near 
the mark." say* a Buckingham 
Talare official. 

"The Duke leaves you with 
an impression of driving force 
aays another ck»»e observer of 
the Royal Family "He likes to 
ger things done. He works hard 
and play* hard ” 

Court officials comment on 
an exceptional briskness in -he 
Dukes movement*, and his 
quick, unobtrusive way of get- 
ting about On tours of ins pec 
lion, he sometimes shows such 
hustle that the official lime 
table i« upset. 

QUICK CHANGE ARTIST 

He even changes clothe* 
quickly. This may he a trick 
picked up from hla "Uncle 
Dickie" — Admiral Karl 
Mount bat ten — who used ape 
rial wardrobe wrinkles such 
as detachable gold braid to, 
get a reputation as a quick 
change artlct. 

Vigor pervades the Duke * per- 
aonallty. lie is forceful in argu- 
ment. sometimes controversial. 

Perhaps because of his upbring- 
ing and naval background, he 
favors directness and admires 
a hard-hitting reply. 

"He appreciates the dignity of 
his position, of course,” friends 
say. “hut like the late King 
he doesn't want you to regard 
him as sacred." 

As a sportsman, he is amaz- 
ingly versatile, hut shrugs off 
any suggestion of exceptional 

aptitude In ihe British phrase, Toward the Queen, 
he likes to "have a go" at any displays a lender protectiveness, 
thing from snooker to sailing. It Is said that when the couple 
It is typical of his enthusiastic returned from Kenya a year 
hut unprofessional approach to ago. after George Vi's death, 
sport that his shooting * f 
wins little expert acclaim. 

Just hla/e« away indiscnmln 
alely. 

LIKES INFORMALITY 
He is likable, offhand 
- he has been seen in the palace I 
In shirt sleeves and occasion ' 
ally a little impatient. He some 
times bridles at criticism 

Rockingham I’alaci* officials 
are undisturbed by rare ex- 
ample* of Impetuous be 
havlor. One example occurred 
ai Niagara Kails. Ont.. dur- 
ing the 1M1 Roval tour when 
the Duke's comments about 
photographers were audible 
and explicit. 

Courtiers say this tendency is 
•omethlng that will pas* 

"Prrhaps If* true that the 
Duke is not yet wholly mature 
from the standpoint of ‘he 
court." a royal spokesman said. 

“Hut that will come. And 
Philip, of course, i* entitled to 
a cetialn latitude.” 

Philip likes movies and the 
theatre though hp admits hi* 
own boyhood efforts In the 
plays of Shakespeare didn’t re- 
veal great promise He dne«n U 
care much for opera, couil 
circles say He likes the at- 
mosphere of an English Inn and 
hi* favorite drink |« said to he 
draught heer 
SUNDAY POLO 

He has hi* critics. Richard 
Higbed. regional organizer of 
the Lord's Day Observance So- 
ciety, rapped him publicly for 
playing polo on Sunday at Cow 
dray Park. Sussex. 

“Surely we don't have to 
copy everything Ilia Royal 
lllghio-s* ilnesf" -aid ||ig 
bed, and Philip wan reported 
stung. British papers brushed 
this criticism aside as "snip 
Ing hv hua> bodies.” 

The tall, athletic ex Prince nf 
the Hellenes, with his blond 


residing in Victoria 


of Edinburgh shows a quick hrain. He assimilates 
scientific subjects readily. While visiting the road 
research laboratory at Harms worth. Middlesex, the 
duke looks through a measuring microscope on a soil 
moisture apparatus.- (CP photo.) 

good looks and ability 'o wear an easy mixer with a basic 
cri*ply cut uniforms is dcfi seriousness, 
nitely a man'* man with an a* husband of the Queen in 
eye for an attractive woman. a troubled time he appears to 
An Australian woman, having ^ave a Job worthy of his 
passed along the receiving line ta |«. nla . the .sort that a former 
*1 a my*| reception, decided m ,|. ar her may have had in mind 
go around again When she w hen he wrote: 

. ame up the second lime. Philip "Philip i* a horn leader, hut 
said with a smile: "Haven't we hl . W1 || nrr(i thp exacting de- 
met some place before" ' mand« of a great service to do 

IJke all Mounthattena. Philip justice to himself. Hi* best is 
has salt water In his vein*. At outstanding; his second best l* 
21 he was second In-command n ot good enough." 

of ihe destroyer Wallace, which 

landed troops In Sicily for the 
19-11 Invasion. Royalty. It seem*, 
fobbed the Royal Navy of an 
outstanding officer. 

In Hvllian matter*, too, the 
Duke show* a quick hrain He 
assimilates .scientific matter* ■ 

readily and orten impresses I 

guides on Industrial tour* with m I at m 

his ability to reel off long Jjf WM f| M 

technical term* At school.! T III If if} 

classic* and history were hi* I a H| 

worst subject* • 

SOLICITOUS HUSBAND 

Philip 


I»S ANGELES i APt A new 
eve shield has joined armored 
vests, short* and helmet* in the 
protective equipment Issued to 
Allied forces in Korea, a U S 
army medical specialist reported 
Wedne*day. The shield, in lami- 
nated plastic layers was in- 
spired by the number of damag- 
ing eye injuries among ras 
ualtles 


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•vie RlUabeth broke down just as 
He their plane landed at London 
airport The Duke spoke quietly 
to the pilot. The plane taxied 
slowly to the waiting parly nf 
casual official* by the longest route, 
giving the Queen time to re- 
cover her composure 

This, then, I* Prince Philip, 
liuke ot Kdinburgh — sajlor. 
s(»ortHnian. -Indent of science 
and technology, uninhibited, 


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Duke Works , Plays Hard , 
Likes To Get Things Done 


A few of the people who meet niunlal 
Harry Millet new'-man on holi Sin gap 
day In Victoria still regard him they * 
furtively in the belief that mine- rente* 
where on hi* peraon he must be ter i 
concealing, from habit. a> lea»» lemph 
one revolver. agalnai 

Be<au‘-e he la on holiday from '*v*. 
Malaya where Communist Ouisk 
guerrilla* comprise what re*u- singapo 
dent- there call "the emer he has 
gency." Harry n thought lo be f^olincr 


in he saw I ran only tell them been wiped out before thl*." he From here Harrs- and hta 
but that I have done It. says The Communists talk wife will go to Seattle and 

,lr Whether It Is safe or deadly about fighting what the\ rajl across the State* to New York. 
^ might vary with each trip up^ British Imperialism In Malaya. He sails for England In April 
™ country In Malaya. but most of their artivitiea and plana a newsman « hohdav 

ckl "If vou happen to be on a personnel at least In I-ondon reporting the Corn- 

hP certain bit of road which some Singapore, have been directed nation 

Communist guerrillas were aR«inst the Chinese Tanned, quiet, and keenly In* 

of crossing i comparable, aay, to Harry's holiday sounds like terested in his surroundings, 
itry, meeting armed tebels near the White Man's dream of the Harry showed himself to be a 
inct f'ark-svtlle >. they might looae tropi. s a six month holiday ll, ’ W!im * n *o his fingertips in 
few off a few rounds at you." he with full pa\ at the end of three abort space of his visit to 


TttUi* 'a 0 ! man <&• d«»<h. nf 
f*»nt rh*rar-»r i* of* an unrtair*- 
In*, but Uti Duka at AflioOuifh HlU- 
bkr>d uf 111* qur-n it ■ man 'if 
•*r<»n*l»m»rka<l rhar*M»n*tn , Hu 
M«h iradtlon hn net (banted Mi 
eer.nnallt; ThU trarf on* nf . 

4 »»rilb*. tli alrlttn* 


oti holiday lo recuperate from t, 


enough to run into a 


He spent two months in Au»- 


llr will take with him a 
clear picture of life on south 
\ ancouver Island, li s v I n g 
seen the rll>. Its people, sat 
through s night session of 
the Irglslnturr and. of course, 
visited The l>all> Colonist. 


LONDON <CP* 


gun bullets on his way to the 
office in the mornings. 

"It's not quite as bad as all 
that In Singapore, where I 
work." Harry <miles Hr is news 
editor of the Straits Times 
There have been murders 
and Incidents In which Com- 


tralia before coming to Vic- 
toria He is spending a few 
days here with friends who 
lived In Malaya. Mr and Mrs 
William Simpson Balkie now 
residing In Victoria. 


LOS ANGELES <AP) A new 
eve shield has joined armored 
vests, shorts and helmets in the 
protective equipment issued to 
Allied forces In Korea, a l\S. 
army medical specialist reported 
Wednesday. The shield, In lam! 
nated plastic layers, was in- 
spired by the number of damag- 
ing eye injuries among cas- 
ualties. 


• Ft* thoar l< bin| mu*l« 1*1 th* tootlmi* Seat 
ad TNIianotAl M nl 1 1 a ( rd Wool help (I rr y.wi 
quid dean i rfifl ll |oa to work at ooe*— not 
m*wy -«»ij to nor For ilntt mkU. oor« throat. 
broorhitM. oeuroJgia. Iimlwfo Hiatus atul minor 
ihmicntlii pain* 

Hr m/ia/m* TkUMOomi At*rf . Huh a 
oam panton product rou’// quicM ty ha Ip c/oa* 
up unuoandorlmbla A*»d cvM* 8 ,rr at 
■Yru* atora ro <dar' 


quit h t'llANGK ARTIST wmnnn m»virv: 

11 . passed along the receiving line 

oulfktv Til <h “ n *V ro,h *" s' * royal reception. decided to 
Xkid „ T r J? * tr ' <k *" *r"nn-l When 

p Dtruj*- up r, ' i’r 1 ' -1 i-h'i n 

, 1 k : SUmlr.l K.rl sald Wllh , <ml] „ ,<„ „„ 

„„„ <p ,. m „ somp dp , or „ . 

ctal wardrobe wrinkle* *urh 

•S detachable gold braid to Uk<< "" Mountbattcns Philip 

get . reputation a. a quick M " W * ,Pr ln vrin ' A ' 

change artlat *' he second- In command 

Vigor pervades the Duke * per- V f ']>* &*lroye r Wallace, which 
aonallly. He Is forceful m argu- ""J? » n S 1 lcll - V 1 fnr ,hP 

mem. sometimes controversial. Royalty, it se-mv. 

Perhaps because of hl« upbrlng- " lhhpd ,hp Ro >" 1 Navy of *" 
ibC and naval background, he 0U f ,n, *J? d ‘ nK offlcPr 
favors directness and admires riv,h » n ma,,pr * *•” ,h,> 

a hard-hitting reply. Dukp ,hnw * « k He 

"He appreciates' the dignity of fl ' s ‘ ,T l ,,a ‘ P ' i * c,Pntl,lc matters 
hts position, of course " friends rPadlly * nd impeewa 

aay. “but like the late King K uldr,; on industrial tours with 
he doesn't want you to regard ld * ability to reel off long 
him as sacred." * technical terms. At school. 

As a sportsman, he i* am*/.- p,# " slc * " nd history were his 
Ingly versatile, but shrugs off wor ** subjects 
any suggestion of execplional ROI.ICITOI’S Ht'SBAND 
sp'iiiide. In 'he British phrase. Toward thp Queen. Philip 
he likes to 'have a go’ at any- displays a tender protectiveness, 
thing from snooker to sailing. It is said that when the couple 
It is typical of his enthusiastic returned from Kenya a year 
hut unprofessional approach to nR0 . after George Vi s death 
sport that his shooting style Elizabeth broke down Just as 
wms little expert acclaim He , h eir plane landed at London 1 
jusi bla/.ps away indlscnmin- airport The Duke spoke quietly 

* ,P v m the pilot. The plane taxied 

LIKES INFORMALITY slowly to thr waiting party of 

He is likable offhand, casual officials by the longest route. 

- he has been seen In the palace K ,v lng the Queen time to re 
In shirt sleeve* and occasion* cover hrr composure 
■ lly a little Impatient. Tie some This. then. Is Prince Philip, 
lime* bridles at j-ritlcism Duke of Edinburgh— «uuiar, 

Buckingham Palace officials sportaman. student of science 
are undisturbed by rare ex- and technology, uninhibited. 


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you srant. 


SAFER — No exposed 
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dinger of shock or 
burning. 


GOLD TRIM SHELVES- 

Cdamounxed for kitcheo^^^^p^^* 
beauty, the shelves are also 
anodi/ed to resist stains and rust — retain 
their original beauty for years to come 


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FASTER -Self-Defrost- 
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that foods — even ice 
cream stay frozen solid. 


SIMPLER —I r se» only nat- 
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EXTRA OUT-FRONT COLD 
SPACE — Handy door shelvrs of 
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Luck of Irish Given Impetus 
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fiailll dollimst Vic,on *- 8 C • Warcli 12, 1953 


Delav Asked in Assessment Change Ael 

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The hiMtory. of philosophy •< 
• PI'Lfd in Hinder n astronomy 
waa explained to member* of 
th** Victors Centre of the Royal 
Astronomical Society by Mm. 
J R Noble last night. 

Mm. Noble, nuvstant professor 
of mathematics at Victoria Col 
Icj-’c. la past presiilenl of the 


torv of philosophy, she then ap- 
plied theories tu astronomi- 
cal calculation. 

She *howed the purpose of 
the common adentlftc use of 
Non-Kuclujian geometry and 
the theory of relativity deviled 
by Albert Einstein. 

Assault Casa 


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Twins born on March 17. St. 
Patrick's Day, will double their 
{Went*' luck, according to 
Canadian Westlnghouxe Ltd. 

The company plana to give 
identical electric wavhers and 
clothe" driers to parent* of all 
twins born in Canada on St. 


inr company is gamming 
against .surprising statistics of 
multiple births, and 15 000 doc- 1 
tors across Canada are co- 
operating on expected births on 
March 17. 

Statistic* show more than 

Among the world's highe«t 
waterfalls, the Ribbon Falls at 
Vosemile, Cal., has a drop of 
1 WXJ feet. 


7.000 twin babies are born in an 
average year and another 
source claim" that from 10 to 
30 sets of twins may be born 
in Canada on any one day. 

The company must be notl 
fled by collect wire of the birth 


of twin* between midnight 
March 16 and midnight 
March 17. The wire must be 
sent to the Hamilton, Ont,, 
headquarters of the company 
nut later than midnight. 
March 20. 


The Vancouver Board of 
Trade asked the government 
yesterday to postpone for a 
year passage of assessment 
equalization legislation de- 
signed as a base fur the Holst on 
formula on education cost*. 

A delegation whcih met Fi- 


nance Minister Einar (Sunder** borne by property owners for 
•on said ihe assessment equal- education cost* 
i/atuui bill plated loo much The minister told the delega 
power in the hands of appointed tion the government planned to 
official*. pa«s the assessment legislation 

It wa* argued also that the during the current session. He 
Hill Would add to the already stared, however, that the gov- 
"over- heavy burden” being Ifmment would appoint an ad 


vlsorv body to assist the dt- 
lector of assessment to be 
named under the new act. On 
the buaid will he appointee* of 
tile B.C. Assessors Association, 
1 he I'nion of British Columhia 
Municipalities and the muni- 
cipal affairs depatlment. 


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N ANAIMO Assault charge 
against Roger DHcourf. Lady-, 
smith, must wait three week* 
until a seaman aboard the 
oceanography ship, Cedar-wood, 
return* from a three-week 
cruise. 

The seaman charged Delcourt 
with assnult in a fracas at a 
local dan re hall. 

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number of nips *a a pound of ground mflew ami there'* * BIG defl-w- 
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too T*k>-s no longer to mak* than bothog the mm ar»J it* aa vawy 
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— 'i*e «- '>-t nuiontaiic k>;k ninkrw 
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"t 'train of Wbraa*. 


F»rk«,ia«m — iota of it — m 

wliui vim II gut ^ 
wi..-n you wrva ^ P 

111 IS/, OX I V- ^ 7 A*'/ 

H A K E l»<^ . 

Ill iNMn-wir T 

fniiuly Yea. all 
five kiln la of "\3r 
It-un Oven-Baked Beana . . . 
wch Pork . >n Tmnato Sauce; 
Wllh Sliced VAicnei*; Itiann BtvU 
or Hcmg Red Kidney Kc«u« . . . 
they re all lamtly ' flaatwiritea". 
And pni U like them ti*eaow» 
thrv re. an m*' In prepare And 
a* i verwHi ile Thera "re, hleraily, 
di'f-rv" id daUckuwa way* to «erya 
them So keep a *upply of H*tn« 
Ovn-B*k*d |tcnna >u> hand to 
p|ra«e the family— and for a 
*’qui- kie" meal wlieu mtetpri led 
(imviu drop m ll'-mi Bran* inaka 
a wnorb-aluilv g'XHl, wioolei lolly 
rcnnotiiii'al nieallrvw meal 


llama Jan HanrA Mm good 

nc w a * , , . apa- 

cially for y-o-u. d y 

y nu r fret kava 

i - cn boih-i.ng vim ^ '• 1 

lalelv The o> wa VyTL 

w Pkrrt^h>,m ll,a 

III I'K-JAY Corn /Am 
Plxatara, PSeoy- y! 1 il 
liuin get* right J 
down under yuur corn and heltw 
pu*h it out from '••v.fcis--i,/x . 
the tine really new medication for 
rorna and calluree m over "evenly 
year" In ••in*l lc*»* Ptienvhum 
weol 'O work XI % (••ter ami 
w»rke,| S.'i'X more aurclv than 
other lekdmg remeihea Faav u» 
•re why ftdba wuk bo'herwtme 
(rel SUV II * tiw !-«•• u-a* in 
yanm' | know you 11 agr-c'- aek 
fur Blur-Java wiih Phenv -hum a4 
Vuiif (gvouiite diug counter to- 
day 


•W 


Hut I Paid Thai ( Hnvn you ever Ihougtit v ei d pa*d lor aoiuaUung 
you d Itouglil. and Him receiVcsl Mimlirr toll fur il ‘ 

That kind of dung used io Uap|M-u to u>e now and 
tlun . and il w*a glnava •mburrmaamg and aouie- Be Ci) 

lllueg ilownnght Iroubleaumr That, ol <-<eiree WM ' -i V/ 

«i n I u*' I to run mv hnsm-ea u* • anb payuiru>" *- \ , 

ami >1-111 t*e» ii» '(it! Bliout my 'lMK>k-ke.-p,ng WTfl 

But or* u( • s i Nov I p*y fn >« I 1^ • j / 

— iblv ran i»v tlu-qiie and know eia-'ly whai a ■ \ 

Im-. n paid al 'he end ui Ihe mooib whro I pick up 
inv'iin -llcd rheipM*" from oiv ncig|,»iorboo.| BANK OF MONTREAL 
loan- It. It* ’!>" amiplnaf, vei mini e Hie mat wav I know to keep track 
rtf my Unending Why not try it* Open a Chripnng Amount at vour 
lir.tr, *1 bran«h of Ihe B of \f today You'll bo,f it a great help <a 
keeping rniir hnaneea ui <wt ter 

low Cam Tab* A Ron when your husband ravcw *Umii hi" anow-whitw 
•hirt" Hut give •»>*« cl the -red it U> Blue for Blua 
doea ihe l*e«l job of all m keeping clothe* from l«irl»- 
mg yellow \A hen you ra rinsing vnur wuh Io get 
\A ^ 1 I lie elothea rls.ru. uniplv pill • d»*h of Rllie in lha 

v — m-, water- In gel I hem realty t rhilr Blue n «afe for lh« 

fscJ i jc,- hoe fabric* n vour w«*h l hose heaiiliful aioei* r«i 
\ W ; v \ ' * 0< I° r vrmr anniversary Ihe luncheon ae« that* 

■A \1 CJ vour pride and |«iy , . don t lake flun-»< u«w 

S NSP Blue io keep them while Co* 14 |uat a law pen n , rs 

a nionili— and that mak*-s g>e«| wnar Ju»w l d ’ 

Yea, for ihe whd»wk **di, iiw RKCKHTS BM'K. 

At* You lotting • Is- k ol knowledge about feminine hygiene lake lha 

glamour out of vour marriage* Modem women »1 hj 

want a pnmpteir ly "»ii«farlorr method of fr-minme £^* 

bygo ne use ZOMTflRS Tsvnuor* %r* effect iva. ( \ ^ .*9 

gtexselr-y, -'ainles* wiow-whl*e vaginal aupp-wilor ca TT 
— poa-rfnllv g-rnq -dal. vet atswduiely aafe io P / iXXj^k^ 
dell ,ie *is-u- . An-t 'hcv * •* eery damly and H , 

rr-nveno-nt to use f*k vour druggist lor /on-'nrr c ‘ 
tomorrow . . mnA metis la ma Barbara 

1411 Owareot St Mpn'real PQ far a fr*s b anh lri giving imporfanU 
to- know fan# on feminine hygiene It wiU ha «eoi to you m • plant 
Wrappe" 


$ D 

m 


POLLY ANN 

FRESH 

BREAD 

Hava plenty an hand at all ilm*» . . . mada 
“Uh mor* milk . . . htla'hful and uuirPloiia. 


u. 


I) iM * ,ew “ SpKi » ,s • • • every i„ m „ 

"*itt# iow ,t SAFEWAY 


Wrapped, 
full 16-o/„ loaf. 


23c 


CLARKS 


SOUPS 

Tomato. Vegetable or O 0Cr% 
.Scotch Bioth. lO-o/ cans €a tor tww 

BERKSHIRE 

CHEESE 


MKDR M CHEDDAR 


59c 


V ... sj 11 1 ., r-TTTs 

Fw>«p - F iJ 

k'Ni u t - :t- ks 4 • ■ a a Z L i 






m " 1 ? c: 


’-mr" 

IS^IlaifikiS 


mf 


Canned Fruits and Juices 

Dessert Pears w^L. 0 ! ' 2 

Pineapple SSa-JSfJ sn .'! d 

Pineapple Juice 
Tomato Juice 


Grapefruit Juice 


tXn/ can 

TowiViouse, .Natural, 

lew* Elo| i .1 , . _ . 


35c 

34c 

14c 

32c 

15c 


• Ready Dinners 

Pork and Beans A::;,-*.. 2 
Spanish Rice Dinner 


Irish Stew r,, 


r>-o/.. can 


2 39 c 

20c 
32c 


An excellent Lenten 
value, lb 


Robin Hood Economy, 
36 -oz. bags 


'A PEACHES i'g.™a. s ::^ A 

•a QUICK OATS 

★ POWDERED MILK 

★ GREEN BEANS “ 


Sucetmllk (Skim), 
16-oz. can.. 


Gardcnside, Standard Cut, 
15-oz. ran 


18 

19 

31 


2 - 27 


Conned Vegetables 

Asparagus Tips -T" 
Fancy Corn 
Choice Peas T ' T 
Mushrooms 


lO-o/. can 


Seafood 


Solid Tuna >a " f> 
Sockeye Salmon V;. :; 
Sardines 


38c 
2 33c 

14c 
33 c 

39c 

35c 
2 17c 


Miscellaneous 

DSa 0 I'ncle Ben's, lxxig Grain, 

]4-o7„ package 

r a L 0 Mivoe Robin Hood and 
vdlVc HHACb Little Dipper, Chocolate • 
White, Ginger, pkg. I 

Raspberry Jam : 1 ",:r ' 

Kraft Dinner , 1 

Prnnoc Roi^ita Medium 
r I UIIO 16-u/. cello package 


24c 

2 49c 

95c 
2 hr 29 c 
26c 




Sunkist Navel 


7* \ 

V V 





Sweet juicy Navel* . . . u^e 
them f'>r Juice, at break- 
f»M. in the fruit bowl 
ihrotieliout the dnv. and. of 
courge, for tangy mealtime 
salat Is. 

Size 220 i to 252 s 


Carrot* I- • : ' 3 , 

Cabbage • 2 .. 

a.|.. u Imparl'd a 'v" 

ueiery ir*.h *011 run- "> 

_ rum o 

Bananas , -> • c. -»• 

Parsnip. 

A.!... 0 *an«a«n Nr. 1 

unions 

Lettuce ifi'* ' 

Apples s;:r.: n f,n,y z * 

Graperuit aT' u ‘ *" 


Mrmi4i*n. fenrr. 
(lkunutn 


29c 

17e 

9e 

39c 

12c 

10c 

18c 

21c 

lie 


t ORANGES 

|H7 m\ Sweet juicy Navels . . use 

I W foX them for |ulce at break- 

fa-t. In the fruit bowl 
( throughout the dnV. and of 

I com se, for tangv mealtime __ 

flB “sii. m. <. isi, lb. O 

'Ml 

fff'CASrER S 4 ff/ 

* OF SMOKED » W , 

HAMS- li 


BEVERLY 


PEANUT 


BUTTER 

Mada from fravHly r>j«»t»d p*an>it« 

HJ-oz. jar._. 36c 
. 27 -oz. tin 49c ^ 


27-07. tin.... 

*1 - 




No. 1 I H. 


POTATOES 


In 10-lb., easy *lo-ca try iCa 
shopping bng 


Prices Effective 

MARCH 
12 to 14 


g r « Wft jl-.sk; rrirr::^ 

Sn fcu'flv* ' r h J; lav "hopping at 

"• ,r > ou f wonderful ta<t(, IK j| am , * UM,M 

North Sfar. Shamrork. Mapk- f.enf 
or li ainert . . . Tenderized— Whole. 

Half or in Ihe piece ... 


55 



^-L S * / .T aV * ro cuarantevd tn 

Mark drl.r-lou* * n d lender r. r y„vr 
monev hack. * r 


Rump Roast Beef 63c Whiting Fillets fr h 

Plate and Brisket Beef - 25c Sole Fillets ,r ' " 

Rump Roast Beef , 7 9 c Black Cod Chunks - 


★ROUND STEAK -ROAST BEEF 


29c 

45c 

55c 


Red and 

Blue Brand, lb... 


73 



SAFEWAY 


Skinless Sausage 


Fowl 


Swift.' Brookfield. 

16-o/ pkg , _ 


49c 


Gra«le A. 4 to 5-fb average. 
Head and f»ft off lb 


49c 


•“•'•eat »• r*«i nr*«. a a u » ■* 

• ••rat* Ore* * 1 M fart an tar, 


CANADA SAFFWA1 1.1. MIT FI) 


We Keaene the Ri|||l to limit CJuantitie* 













22 fiaily CColnrusl Vldtrit, 8.C., Thun., March 12, 1953 


COLONIST CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 


Colonist Want Ads for Results 
Phone E 4111 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. 


Phene Empire 4111 for 
Colonist Classified 


Sail!) (Colo mat 


DEATHS 


Complete Radio Programs for Thursday 


MAMTYN-ln Victoria on March W, 
rsnr MNf»a oourft startvv «tm 

• •an of 1)*3 taqiimall “-*■* 
former rtaidarit o! Ya-joou 
dent h#r# alnr* 1140 He.l* *u 
tn» ail* Oort* and on* • 

*1 the t*i den. * •!<*< hrn’ 

staler* The .at# Mr Martfn 
knuau . 

Kuri#-*l 
flO.inreil I 
Dlrrdan 


n.AMtnrt) ratts 


77* Commit prim program* r a reaction* amt Chang** a* supplied and r.ol tuunti 


*•* o*r Itn* per da* l*e c*»» lie* par 
lhr*« a at* Mr oar Un* for *t« da** 
• ) 1* oar iid* for oo* month Jd da**' 
Arm*# rafa* appl* ta ran*eeu|.y# m*ar. 
Ilona "»1 1* Sunday *ID(> insertion* II# 
p*' lln# Cnnlrart ra'** on apoilra'Un 
Mlf» n jm ad*# main l two line* 


- « U 

•a#P and Shop 

Mat 

Oraoo Siam 
Roeemar i 


IONS— MM ka 
Nava 

A • **!**- na.-aa 

Garden Omd# 
Vino* l.tndlahr 


New. Rill 0 <mx 
B reakfast Club 
Breakfast Club 
Laura Umiiad 


RraakfaJlrCiuii 
Braaklaal Club 
Breakfast Club 
Br«ak faat Club 


van tsut drain service 

n ATJ H“) \ Mtlforl OW] 
at bi-*inir,!i\iuili dr* b. .pe- at- 
and a nm (uafan'r* iau#d, 
V irnii 

»■**»! ruuwhi. «>» ti tun** rJieaned, 

*4 rf >-«*,• oia non*** *ti'*4 

♦*»:*a ip Cement and r#rp#m*r 
10 yrart eip«ntnr* 


n» »n- 
Funeral 


Birth Noll** lion oar Insertion 


Wane* Warr*o 
Audi J rnnr 
H*i«n Irent 
Our Oai Sunday 


Nm 

K atnarioa Wia# 
Margaret Mriny 

RulA and Dirk 


Ne#* Catlno 

Casino 

Caaioi) 

Rarrr ana Betty 


N*** 

Ann Stirling 

Break tha Rank 
Brrak th* Rank 


Rrratfaat Clan* 

Capital Commentary 
Unit* 

Ladle* Journal 


n#*lha Funeral Noltra* nnl atteadlm 
l> line* II M ftrit Insertion an4 II O' 
tijbsequenl insertion* Barb adrtltlona 
lio* Ur aailf 


I '< IN A III in Vlr'nria nc on Man 
day March > 14vl Mr Rdb-rl 
MtDonaiil burn al Carman Man and 
■ i.rldent *1 Vlr torts lor Ihc |>a»i in 
years, at* resht'-nr# 1010 Pembroke" 


Jack Barcn 
Ch*t Hunllr* 


Rub Hop* Show 
Mdffy-go-n.iund 


M#rrl#|*» In Memnrlam Notices 


iTIONS 


Lucky l-ady 


•ml Airaamlrr Mclluaald of 


New*; 
Fiesta 
Fir ala 

Fl«»ia 


Sammy Ear* Eindrriarldn ol Air 
Man and ni* Music 
Man and Ol* Mu*ie 
Man and 01* Musla 

— Hil Farad* Man and Hi* Muati 

Your Hit Parada N*** 

N*«a Hit Parad# Paint Broadcast 

Tour Hit Faradt farm Broadcast 


* Bf aunt Mm V jj.l t I **0n 

jf 1'llanfrrtd Avenue and fiid || jj Caalnn 

• Alvaandrr McDonald of III || ** Casino 

rnu* 1 - 

»r*lr« will b* held at the IlM 
rtuar* limited -Jemoriai 11 IJ 

him*, ' on Itiur*da> Ma'rfl II Id 
I It pm In'-eimm' n in* I? IS 
Bunal Park 


Second Mr* Bur ion Ouubla or Nothing 

Perry Mason Do uni* or Nc.hlng 

Non* Ora*# Byeryday 

Bristlier Day Bob Hop* 


Whispering 8tr##u Lndi»* Fair 
When a Din Marri** Ladle* Fair 
Dirk Haymt* Queen fur a Day 

Hall of Mumi Queen for a Day 


II 00 9»»#ra **pvw ta 
II ft MUON a 

II jo ISM Daroy »n*«t 

mi 


News, KrynuU* 
Ha. eswa. 

Pvrry Mason 
Outdlni Light 


Man in Ul* Roue# 
Map in in# He*'*# 
Merry Oo Round 
Merry Oo Hound 


Tha Victoria Frau Lid ahaU not be 
llab * tor boo ip»*rtion of tor adeortta 
m*r.t oeyonil tb* amount paid far *u<h 
ao. * rti**m*nl 

All claim* el error ib punu«a.ioo mail 
o# mail# o it run IJ nonr* ib*r*aft«r and 
If not so ma-’e tnali not u# con*ni*i*d 
No "Isim olU b# ellomed for iccr* than 
on# ncorrert insertion nnr far error* 
nut aff#-ting in# *#ivo of tn# ad»*ri<*a 
■» ni 

I* >r »r. « 

lldoiutf al fb* D#ll| C<i|rni*t •hall n«i 
• *i**d in* cnarge fnr tb* «oa< • •* luallt 
Oi uptrd n» the item in gin.iiin 


iu W*u riHAMC* AN YTH1NO IM 
oulidui*' <#m*ut orirfc Utiu*#k r#u*d 
and levelled WnUrn enniract tout iru- 
lerttno Rallmalet rlir*rfu IT fi«>a. 
Jnme* Bar Contractor* O JiJJ 


N#«* Weather 

Mld-Dat Matin#* 
N»»t ffpurl • 

Uuy Lombardo 


Uf» can b# Beautiful N , a , 

2*"* - Bill MntMer 

Pepper Touug Use Like a 

Rigni 10 Happints* MlUlonair# 


NOW* 

Km Hughes Bnosr 
Ve#i Ken Hugbr* 
Ken Hughe* bhoo 


Beo* Ne * • Mrlodie* 

Cenr-c Puatar Kiddle* Karnnai 

Lum he in oiih Loire* Kiddie* KbrnKb) 
Umlii >n • ilh Lut<«r New* Wand loday 

Jar* Kirkwood dnoo Barney Pott* 

Ja « Klrkwooc Bill** Manned Mr i n;ie* 
J«* k v V Ranch Do .ol# or Nothing 
Luck* IT Ram-b Double or NoiMng 


C«ll Solly 
LBS Huuteparty 
CUB Houseparty 


I BS Uuy lombard# 
I I' Club Diary 
I M Rig-fur uu# 

I «* Sig-fnr-On# 


N**t. I* Far** 

Bo ear* y Blioo 
Rd firry Show 
Cd Fare* dhow 


Coactrt Uuux Hilltop II 

Concfri Hour Mr Infoi 

Concert Ho,r Houxwtri 

Concert Hour Houeewiye 

Peggy Brook* New*, Lon and Pound H C Ben llroadcasi Free** It 
au rarey anew KC Sen B-o 

Ka *a«e» Rhno I rday • O loot 

■<1 Parry Shoo Piano Poo* 

flhip Ai Swap Rrgv* Voyaga 

Muaic 

rrany-CAB. 

Tram Can 

rrana-Can 
R'jan snow 

P%i MeBhaniy 
Siai 


Barksuge Wif* 

Stella Dauaa 
Ynung Widdef Brown 
'Woman in My Houa* 

Juat Plain Bill 
Fiom Pa <e t a r rail 
Loieusa Jonr* 

Doe ir » Wife 


ALTTRATIONB 


H J FKH< ICBON 
QUALITY WORK 


BuLuler -Cool tar tor 
I; CAS' in a hut 


* Od N'»* 

J It H u. 

] M fit Urounl 
1 II ny, Re<iue*l 


RA Whit# kJI'll 

V li ,» 

Heian Trent 
Our Gal Mundat 


Bandwagon 
Bandwaaap 
Bendw amn 
Band# agon 


*•? CEMENT WORK POONDA LIONS. 

• ij? flmyry one** t* *te Sepiie lantn 
J J? HI* drain* irwera BaiutarMnp guar« 
1 f> anie'-il l) U t’Piierwonc lormeely 
j no Caothrs* b Unnerwood ■ »TH 

t U NO PAVMPN T' t'P TO J« 

» *a BHtotha to nav on an mainirnartee repaira 
J " FRANK i-l.AMK.onN 1 [p 

I leto Wharf ill reel rirflg 

*« WOOOWOBE Al.TTHA TlONh •* H A. 
« 10 notr.e* and aparlmeot blneaa. tnaula(t»n. 

• *’ i'aiuHiic and trucking it ■ Povlar * 
. „„ Serna Ltd G 1111 U)gM 

a oo _ 

aia i turn uixkrp p\>k rent clbo- 
» >0 w« Rilb runb#r-kir*d ohteioarruw, 
tli H to iLodd»n gas nnget »> M) i>#r 
day Delltered O tool Ida llatllaiord. 

Ill OKNDtAl CONTHACTINU HOME R|i 
< 10 pb” »»V.*» N»* huuier altrralinna. 

« «» cement amt Hu. ro piaurring Piea • at I- 
Frank l.ane B il») 

Ti!, All WUUUWUHE r IN ISIIl NO AND 
110 . abinet* riuicrcla sidewalk. drlv*wara 
1*1 etc Uuoo work- Stan Maihaw 

|00 FLABTSRIMO ■'UiCCO WORK 
repat'* HraaonaMe Fie# r«tiuia 
1)0 W ann C A Omidwtn ( 1«*0 or (i SUB 

' ** PI ASTER AND STUCCO CONTRA CTlNO. 
**Hmale* *u*n W Hmito #. Bona. 


1 nd Ne#> By Renuett' Mm 

1 H By Menuerl Blioj* 

1 M Csalnn Club 

HI L'aalno * < - >ug> 


Artnur Godfrey 
•ethur Godfrey 

Matin## Arthur Oodfrty 
Matlnra Cun Uat*ry 


tagenruih !*»rep*d# 

Sugeitraih 5;reii#dd 

9«.eftru*n Bircnad# 

M>, tie 


Great Br.nln C. ujn*r (M> nneiton h* 
Ltd J# Cra.*n BW**t L..»non tV C I T'. 

Reprearn atue- llhned S'ai«* Co n a , 

un b Woodward to* 


New*. Club n«4 

Club IJ40 
K’J-JI# Ktpir* 
Kiddl# Kaprr* 


New Y Casino 

Catlnu 

Catlno 

3. J I .IB* 


B*n<lwagcn 
Bandwa*"n 
Hand wagon 
Band# tgon 


New* Them# 
Theme fnr Teen* 
C'h»rle« Antell 
fnwn Cf'er 


• at B r'pday Carnival 

I 0(1 Wild Rill Hjcknk 
fi I* Wild Bill Hlrfeok 
5 Id Jimml# Allen 
t« Newscast 

• no Hugh Curl l* Show 

• i> II ugti Curtis .sn ii w 

• 111 ltu#h Curtn Bhr.w 
A t » Hush Curt la flhn* 


Replies to private box 

numbcio may only he uu 
(aineti from (he duwiilutva 
oil ice ol Vu-toriM Press 
Ltd. si 1215 broad StreeL 


N#*a and Roundup 
Mj.ica. Round-ip 
Muaieal Roundup 
fuan entt 


Muii# for Youth 
Must* for Youth 
Mean Island- 
Who Am f 


Bet Pr#*iun 


Blew art Craig 

Virgil Hinkle# 
Chel Hunney 
Vfeiceedeet 


t at# Listening 
la ty Ll*‘..*ntng 
Katy Lltiening 
It i Uatemna. 


Bgl Ptettuo 
fit t Kins 
Bay Kin* 


Newt. II Whit# 
Hub Whit# Bb oo 
Rnb White Shu* 
Bob White Shoo 


Keoi. tiger Newt 
Antler An*!* 
Bub (Tarred 
Elmer Dart* 


Pa*> Uttening 
Pat* Ll*fe:ilnc 
law Listen -ng 
F# •* 1 isi*nin« 


RIKTHS 


I'M Big .fnr -On# 
~i I ' 1 8u-lvi -On* 

1 mi Bu*p«na# 

i e. Sutprna# 


Th# Big Story 
JT.t Big Starr 
Truth or 

CoD*#quenc«# 


Newt Sport* 
Bung Ah up 
Auto Re trie# 
Denny Vaughn 


B FIATHEK Tn V r and Mrt Wiliam 
B-|. hf o! till Broetoa’ Road on 
Mirth 10 IkiU a daughter 


• 00 N*w* Weather 

■ li Al Smith 

I Sit Cron Renton 

• «j Cr utk Section 

>W lilt Pa 'ad* 

It It MU P*> gd* 

» Id To be *nnnunr 

• •• To t»d *iipnun< 


AND 


Ln**ll rhums* On# Man • family 

n#port tn the Wait N«wt 
Oe- ember Brtrf* Roy (tooer* 

December Bride Roy Flager# 


Crime Fiahter* 
Crirna Fighfei# 
Top Tune* 

Top Tune* 


New* 

Cecil Boll? 

Man* ih* Heather 
Man* the Heather 

Guy Lnmbardn Show 
Guv Lombard" MM# 
Official D«t*«tfv# 
Oftlriai Detar ti*# 


BP lUftHAW 
Itradtha* 
in'hl Parg 


New* ^rnund 
Ballard Tim# 

I'mn Art linn 
Crntt AacMun 


H*ri:#ge 

Merit#** 

T»'e» of Tiimorr 
Tal»» nf Tnmort 


t ll»J and "belinnni 8JT~Y ” — — — 

• ’• SUILD1NCJ RIPAIRB DRAINS _ CON- 

• *4 creie irwen brick repair* OroeraJ 

coptrartor Ooroun Mairo- a q nor, 

Id It vU. STUCCO WORK OONK~ fiVCOO 
Id 10 oainung John llamuton. Inn 

10 it 


ter. 1 ih< • 
LoTd Bl 
pi*a>* copy 


New* Confer*:"-* 
Colie* e Cnnferenr# 
T'eaaur* Cheat 
Treaaur* Cheat 


Fa'har Knows 
Father Know* 
Freedom DBA 
Freedom USA 


Meat Mllll# 
Meet MtllM 
Jn Stafford 
Junior Mi.* 


iTt*nn Hard* 
Fy;>nn t># -* 
Riahop 3h' - *n 


l^vrne itreep 
t W A Oreengnld 
M'>lttr a Must# 

Bing Sing* 


OArlWETT Born . 
Jir’iia Oimrtt *■ 
Htupitki C’aig# • v 
a «on Frank 


N#w* Wea-ntr 
l-di'k Go Ptahing 
Hometownert 
BtW'Mi 


Neaa Hawaii 
flpinner sanctum 
Bpinnei Sanctum 
Sanctum. Sport# 


World p\no' 
EIRO Frraenta 
EIRO FrtMnlo 
Pkging 


Richfield Rtoryrur 
Local N#w» 
Olympia Report* 
Olvmpia Today 


New* 

Dream Weavar 
Cloe# nf Day 
Chapel Chime* 


News 

Dance rim# 

Dan # Tim* 

Dam-e Tim# 


New* K*itn Cir.lrr 
Vic Wai#ra Bftow 
Vic Water* Show 
Ne ga Vic Watgrs 


Mid# e#k Re# itw 

Ndrlurn# 

Nor; urn# 


SEPTIC TASK SrW'ER ANO 
work W torch. E M8k . 


!! rt ? N '** Sleep, Tim. Ne*. 

Gal iplnnei 
II .10 Mualo Till Midnight Ipln.iei 
I'jkiupiW UU Jianw , V» II Splnnei 


OPS fNHOL'OH— Born 
Harrr (i'eenhnugh 
Boar Yveriteta it C 


UN Today 


Mesa Dane* 

Heutelb'g Hirmnii r»s Danra 
Jars at Philharrnnnlc Danra 


Who Meat Who’ New* Bit' 

Vic Wi'e:*' Show Doghdua# 

Vie W«'*r* Show Dnghuua# 

Vie Watera New* Dial iiu«* 


Midnight Cnneert 
M.dntghl Cnneert 


J! » A GOOD CEMLNl JOB AT 
REASONABLE PRICES 

r* aal.a tidier an* atapa. etc 


JamPnree 


Jam at Philharmoolr Pane* Time 


a hualh*!. lui -Lahh 


10 ANNOUNCEMENTS 


17 SITUATIONS WANTED— 17 SITUATIONS WANTED 


FIST ELL Tn Mr and Mn A > l*i 


< A HDs OF THANKS 


Television for Thursday 


FOR UUIU AND GENTLEMENS 
iring eidUilng a; gl>e-a«d« ir .*», ,*e 
U aa naa ua'd rlothiug and tv* at 
HE BAZAAR Ul7 alroad St h 2RU 


ALL TREES FK14JIO TOPPED. CUT MARRIED MAN ti TEARS OLD DE • 
up Pruning, chains** work No job .ir*. nfllcr work 12 y»ara general ea- 
too »mall Ealtmatev given L Elvet, n*ri*ncr Bn* 11g3. Victoria Pre** 

( tit] 

MARRIED MAN WITH CAB DESIRES 
INIELUOFHT RE1.1 ABf.E YOUNG MAS tiMaluon aa repr.-aenta'.ly* in ell* Bus 
deatrer part-time wnrk a* ra prmert l'gt Virtu rla Pre*» 

helper Ouldooi work ui lerteit rtnoig rurra 

egp»n*nre Boa I «47 Victoria Ptr.a rop BUtB Klt9 

Reapunilble aelerana. II tdtt O 1M0 

JIM PAINE FORMERLY Of PAfNl V .- - - , .. 4K _,| OOI) 

Tnwntend will do all your odd Inbi BASEN1BN T YARDS ° Dl1 

■:*n'*nt work ills drama ditrhet fenr*a J°h» Trucking aertlca. \eta O ««!J 
•m Nn tub tno amsi. ft »»01 GARDENS ROTO - TILLED S Itol 

EXPERIENCED HANDYMAN - PAINT- t IJ1« 

m^| r .* r «?m7;r5! rd ^' n ‘pm7 n j. n xm^t7a RU (IRISH CARTED AWAY ANYWHERE 
O^ Hennlnl o am r " Mnder.U_fe. COJO 

GRADUATE AGRICULTURIST MAR 1**“ ,.22^1. toTVmi ' nrK,ro 

rl*rt ape.-iallai In ,*ed proiturtlnn at .1 P ’l* ••« ,rn * 5 '» «'»•“ " 

nmvltry man*»*ir<*ni .eea* .ready p»*l- GUTTER* RENEWED R PROOFING 
ion R»* r.kg Vntnrla Pret* HOOF REPAIRS PHONE OHI D«N 

FIRST - CLASS FORD MECHANIC 
*i»he. rtnplixment on V..brpii**r i*. .nd 
Acrnmmorlatliin* nrrfer.-ed W'.'r J 
Manhalt Penny. H C 

MARRIED MAN WISHES STEADY RE- 
apnnaiMr onxllun un poultry taarh 
Boa 1 7M. Vlt'tnrla Prea# 

TBRN-AGKR WANT* ODD JOBS AFTER 

arhnnl #nd #eek end* Oardening, *'c 


their many 
id *« moaliry 

Irtbu'e* in 
n our hearf- 
nd .taff of 
I alan Mia# 
during the 
> Wakeman 


STATION K1NG-TA 

• .’J Hill Mouhler 
■ JO Shoppet a Shuwtline 
10 Id Betty Furd.M 

10 ti Outtlin* litii 
It 00 Love of Life 

11 1& Search fnr Tnmorrnw 
II JO Mike and B'jff 

11 no Big Payoff 
13 JO Garry Moure 
13 t) Bride and Groom 
I 00 Kate Smith 
J 00 King'* Woraahpp 
3 JO King's Queen 
1 1> Vantry View* 

J *0 i King a Kam*ra 
*00 The Big Plriur* 
t JO Time for Hi»*oit*lity 


SEATTLE. CHANNEL S 

• 00 Trlaventura Tkie# 

• 10 Sheriff re i 

• id Lon* Ranger 

• J1 And Give The# P**ra 

0 ta Early Edition 

1 at Claco Kid 

Tio u.ua; a Your Trouble 
I ti Royal Brougham 

• 01 Urourho Marl 

a so candid Camera 

I It Sport* Brpr.'ar 

• dd Life nf Riley 

• JO Chin* Smith 
10 no World Trxia# 

10 JO Channel • PtavhnuM 

11 10 ; Th* Web 

IJ OS > Nuhlcao Final 


GRAHAM & 

iFATi 


TYRE Born to P O and At- 
Tyre -ne* Hatty Hurtum lit 
■S'leel Vi' tor,* ML' uu 
!••! at H< Jr..* ul- . Ho>f Li 
.lame* Stevart a -li }' , ... 
ruuvtr Prnvin.e ptraae - ipy 


OAK BAY REACH HOTEL 
Reaerval ion* *r* now oeioa takrn for 
our -!»*, ial Si Patrick's Dinner un Fr|. 
0*v M*r>h IJ the enter <ainm*nt pro- 
aram will feature uur top anwia Call 
John Dunbar. E MSI 


Oak luvdge Prival* |lo>pita( 
Nunn and Hf laiiowakv 
perl"«1 if hi* liln'ia Th# 


Mr O W R smith and Mr* Barnard 
w*d'*or'h and famlllea wum tn eapreaa 
their iin< *r* apnrerla’lun tn ail friend* 
fnr 'he man* fMral 'ribut*. and m*«- 
• ■«** nf •# mna'hv received fnllowlttg the 
Hidden naaalne nf nur beloved Mo'hfi 
and grandfnotfier Sum *tpr**alnn> were 
a area* rnnaolailnn to the ber*a#*4 


DKSMOND- FOWLER— Mr and Mr. H 
L Dtamohd- Beach Dtlae Bren' wood 
Bag. VI HC #«IP0Uni» th* enaage- 
meni of tnelr noli daughter Mary 
itnwer* .lawann Osmond to Allan 
Ra* nniy aim nf the :*t* M H Fnaiar 
and Mr.. P'.vler ni O'hawa On- The 
»»ddmg Will laae place oo April .0 
at itien'w niwt Colic .r Chapel Ha* 
Nnr man A Luwe nfluialing 


FUR REPAIR SERVICE 
Fui eoaia repaired reatyitd anorliet 
cap#> 'elined cleaned tlaaed Free »*u 
mate* Mnderala chart#* Call deliver 
P aul JOJ Herb Ortv# H Uto 

LADIESI _ 

v# wi.n id *»pr.„ an, ,. r lonr , Cnntmir" It > Ido i:....uttlne .all natr 
... ,ii , . A , , h ., ,* p k 0 . *, I'l’e'hai jn rear* a nair<treiv#r Firth .if 

.mg.. nee n T n J «* P «‘ N. 

me#.#.., nf atmn.'h' rWHM lU{ •opointntet.t. M dan* and Saturday 
•l.e Mirlrteti paaalng «r n U( belnael htia WOMEN AND WEATHER MAY CHANGE 
band and father The family ef the late but a aond boob i> always gnnd 
R E Hi rat -on THE HAUNTED BOOKSHOP 

_ , „ — _ — • *»» p ort Street B IA37 

The family nf 'he la'* Mr* "Birdie' _ 

V|v|#n wl«h tn thank iheir many friend* CONVENIENCE BAKE USE THE 

r*|ally*a and neighbor* for in. kind v,,u r iUbhtt Club Plan lor Eae'.er por- 
vrra. nf (nnifnr' hcautUul flower* #nd iff u * *»/■«». children While Rabbit 
*.v,i» n r, f arrived during their r»c*nl Pf, olua 1.2 j Fort 1.0312 
• ad bereavement GOOD CLOTHES ALTERED TO FIT FOR 

a.. ~ . , ladle* and gentlemen who are particular 

. .m fTr'^e Ven . I 7*’ ", UAK H ' Y TAILORS 3J3.A Oak Rat A«e 

flnr,iV«h,Ler^nm?a J 8 * * n '»“>pr.#tor • Phone, tom 


FARMER CONSTRUCTION 

PHONE RKTAfn DEPARTMENT -O 0411 
IMMEDIATE SFRVICII 

OR* AAMASINO 


STATION ETNT TY 

t'lra'le It Ranch 
Flaah Gnrdnn 
Tn b* #nnnunred 
B> repbnbk 
T i he announ- ed 
Van d* Kamo snow 


i CHANNE1 it 
New* 

Rsrrii* and Allen 
Playhoui* 

FaeUir* Ftim 
New* 

Lair Show 


ALt. KIND* OF CLOTHES MENDED, 
ahl't rnflan and euff. turned tu'tnna 
*e an and wvki larnr.l Apply Ilk* 
ralednnia At»nu* 


NtFI 3KN -JOHNSON - Mi e Hnr*n NleDen 
• 44 Hamt>*iidi Str*rf ant nunc* a me 
*ntagen>eu. nf her .laiah'vr Karen 
g ta bet n tn Kerntn Owen .hirin'. *n 
a nn of Mr C Join, on I h» wrdUiQt 
will lake tils • quleriv r>n Mkrch 2T at 
T pm at Church ol Our 1-ord 


as coats, sum miaNM nc alter- 

gj «iian«- be erper-.i HIM* T IS Yale* 


SINGLE MAN DFBIHEB WORK 

iru'k ilrltet of furniture helper R 


DRESSVl AKI'-O AND ALTERATIONS. 
Phos# H 77#J 


IH SITUATIONS VVANTKD — 
FKM AI.K 


II COMING EVENTS 


13 b SALESMEN AND AGENTS 
WANTED 


fl.OORINU tin ELOtlfl a A, bill. WO 

HAM FLOOR BUREAt ISO c\. - 

F'ncir taring aandiog sod finishing 
Drpendabl# rapertenced workman Eras 
reaianabl# eat'-na ra Phnne# O ardan 
0403 Emptr# J104 


OWDEN-RAVEN The marrlag. 
naum-rd of Ae«lha Cnlli-n If > - 
Orrhaid Aretmr in Harold 
Rny.len. I2*t B*.ch Dr ve T 

r ate *ai aplemn.rrd m Si 

Chapel rm Marrh Id h- ihe V 
Arehdeacnn A I il# I. Nunn* 


OPENJNO rOR EXPERIENCED REAL 
ralsr* tale t man ground floor office with 
tirsl-eiaa* fanliUea Apply Alt A Du- 
plain. Varnnn Martin * Co. Ltd *42 
Yale* Street 

RICH OPPORTUNITY SAlJCRMr.N 
Bell mad*-!o-m#**ur* Stetson •flirt* 
Street tn weerer r**y in earn lip daily 

writ* .*tre'.„n Shirt Company Pnaial 
S'ntlnn ' C ' Afoot i e*i 


CALL MAC— CLEAN UP YARDS BASE- pwb!» rhargr during parent* abkfn * gLt TYPES OF FLOORS EXPERTt-Y 
menu boulevard* general hauling Xv# Appointment* ahead appr*. i*l*d E Tbui c|**n#d aaied and paliahcd by m#> 
nint*. t dtog _ nr K *104 ehlnki H"n»e, » u - ap«amiir Gregg’s 

ACCOUNTING hOOKKEEPTNO AND ALi f YPBB OF WLOORS EXPERTLY O ardeo MDJ 

inenm# las Cnnip.er* biMCkreping aer rlrsned waaeit and nallahed by marhln* 
vice* at reay.nable teea Phnn* O OPJS llnmca nui * pacta' ty G'#tk a ##iabiiaho4 

VETERAN WITH TRUCK WIU. CALL ’ 40,3 

and r ean u* oaaemenu and #ardi GRADUATE NURHE DESIRES CASK 
anytime O «7JJ live *n nr free tn trare Phone Mlaa 

GARDENER. HANDYM4N WANTS P " 0n fhu, M M " 1 ' 
year-round poatuon ,..>od refer -rue* Et.DERLY WOMAN DESIRES UHHT 
Hcji M43 VlflftrlA rrMi fit»M»rwoi K ^ rompeninn h#ip Bov ii\n 


7 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 


CHUTE-HARR1BON -The mairiag* 
announced ol Man I*ob*t ep 
dauahter of Mr and Mr* w 
Hanunn. 3&JI Quadi* H'trr to N 
man Allan Cnu'e •en.nd eon of 
end Mr* It M Chute nl Jnidan R|. 
Ihe weddint took pier* Marrh 7 
3 n'rlnck in The -2'hurch of < 
l.ord ei'h Rey Brown olfi- Iw’tita 


h SANDS MORTUARY LTD. 

j' r ' Q n ADR A AT NORTH FARE 

m "The Memonol Chapel 
nf Chimes" 

EMPIRE 7511 


SFAdON l!«K SANDING AND FINISH- 
lag reeannable Knight * Floor Surfacing 


OPEN EVENINGS- F 
n*nt* for parttruia 
Seeuty Baop B 0771 


i I HARDWOOD F'./XJB CO DOS 
Dougia* Fre# eenmate* Garden 111* 


R HOADLCY - FLOOR SANDING AND 
ftnhmng Oueranteed Eatimat#* I fill. 

>■ . ,« - r •; ■, » , ii 

romnleta floor service S Klnaey Jr 


craft Sl.-ippy *44 Cone E am COME AMD DANCE FRIDAY MARCH 

NtW SPEEDY rt.OCK *Nn or a tob !? Britannia Auditorium. Arena Way 
repair MrrlV. at X awU ia«? iui Hameyteader a Hand ID onaor#d by n* 
Fort x eVsi J 1037 E* Hery.r# Women . Rranrh No 1*1 

— — — - — Canadian Legion Door pr re RyfteaJt- 

Rt.'MM AGE ft ALE, ST ANDREW'S '"»"»• Admtaalon Mr 

Freabyerlan Chur.n RMuituon Street 

Hatwrday March It 8 am OLD-TIME DA NCI NO SATURDAY 

........... . . .. Fraaer Str#rt Hall Eaqulmau il*»an * 

R> MMAGF SAI E CAN ADt AN SCOTTISH Orchestra with Sennit McKen.'te UC 
Auglllary Satur.lav March 14 9 7(1 • m . Adml* 
oid Cnlomtt Uutldlng good ( 

BfNOO WIU, HE HE1 n AT ST NtCMO- 
!*• Pariah Hall Saturdav nighi at ( Id, 

Cook and Caledonia Eyrryhorfy velronty j, 

VICTORIA BIRTHDAY hRltXJE 7 KA 
March 14 V W C A Lady [touglat Chap- 
ter. IOPK. lit InlMpn SUPPI 

MAD4M NINA IS NOW HEADING AT B*n*d ‘ 8t~r*el 
a a:" Cafe »09 Yale* Street r»-*r*a ,i.n« 


MrCALL BROS 

^h# Ftnrai Funeral Chapef** 
New Small or Sparlnu* Cltap#l 
Reautlfui to AofMlrirmant 
1400 VANCOUVER STREET n 


ANDREW On March 10 1*01 al Vie- 

"•rla BC Ft'r'nc* helbvr»J wife <’f 
John Andrew of !» OowmseB' Stree' 
**ed ai ir*.. and born *•- work -np 
laniV »i*J * ren- 
te t»7 Rearlr* 
•unlvm lay an 
In kuclaud 
• ■»t'l e neld In 


Corapieta Floor Bandar Bernal Seryica 

SANDERS 

EDGERS 

POLISHERS 

fee hale* By Hnor ar Day 

Showntgon Lumber Yordl 

JOlMt Government Street Bear. in 1J«I 


d'ltt >f thl* ■ tv an 
he- n i»'>*rtn .n, • 

'inrtr and two siiipt 
tr'lv private •• •' 
Ha v ward • BC Fitn»r 
R-v Deen P R R»a«t 
|«#ed by cremation *f 
•toll. 


dion American 
Company 


THOMSON FUNERAL HOME 

Fa'aottkhed tilt Formerly nf Wtnnltier 
Owore* .Pel* fhnmaon 
J*'k L tryln* 

•7J QUADRA STRrrr PHONE O 3411 


Where on Earth 

DM God Btoaa You 1 Ori«fn«U 7 


OID-TIME DANCE 
Wednesday *301110 
• leader* Orrheatra I 
VICTORIA BALLROOM 


CHAPLIN'S 
FUNERAL CHAPEL 

Formerly 'Currie a 

»«• QUAD RA STHFET PHONE O MU 

HAYWAPD'S 

B C Funeral Co l td 
ENT A BUSHED 1*67 
714 RnoUoHTaN STREET 


NARROW On Ma-rh t . 
in. ia. ft C An nur lln- 
Ba.-raV, wrrn tn Laitd< 

age • *4 yetra Mr Bans 
• urvevnr by profsilMi t 
R'lltin Columbia in 1*00 
vived ny a daughter V 
nf Vancouver HC 
Funeral from Hayward ■ 
Chapel on Tliurad** at IS 
|n**d by crematinn 


ROYAL 


CLUB TANOO RUPPFI> CLUB DANCE 13b HKLP 
alan private partlri dance* reception* 

A SALVAGE COLLECTION FOR JAMES 
flay BasvfBian, Ootg* E 1411 

f 14114 ... . err HAU. MOUNT TOLM1F Mill- 

' inORIA TRAVEL SUFIT4U FOR HO- iAry~ '500 Thur*rtAt maht t U0 

t^l itilp tmf rtl) fAMrvsviT.il R 

WHIST AND BRIDGE 

Wh\»t I um Siuen g.very ai'e a in p m 
Ca*h Pure, All Well nm» 1417 Govt Si 


l» BUSINESS SKKVIurs yiavlty hunt rRACTGR skhvicx- 

— — HayeutUng. piauahtng. dtaring. eaaaea- 

hBII KI.AtFB# ling leveling Ford Feeeuaon, 

CHIMNEYS FIREPLACES STONE 1 * ,M ••‘'ifa^lton 

wnrk rnnrrete qiiKka repairwnrk af 
any kind R •»!• 


JUNIOR CTXRK — APPLICATION TO BE 
men# in nwn handwritine to "he Munt- 
rtpai Clerk Municipal Tail, oak Bay, 
nn' later ■ nan March IJ. IgJJ 0 a. ting 
■alary 114k 


ETPIRIFNCED HOTOTTI -LINO REA- 

annsble -air* ilrvnd inn guaran'eed 
Sri’era imall ra',* Pe.nn* G *4ag R 
Owen* 


FLORISTS 


EWFETHEAflT FLORISTS Danl#h 

Day B UJI Nigni s |M« 

SWEETHEART ReORHYTS N..w 

Day Bliil Night IIUI 

call At.itiuN No-ynntn flowkhs >g hi 

florai deatena Jrnnine* 17*1 Ruby ft/ian 

f» A I T I 

WOODWARD S FI* »RIS TB. lie FORT 7bellr 
Stra#k O V414 


MADAM BT QUENTIN 
eadlov at the Waldorf Cafa 


0UI<e muvl be a be, to handle a com- 
plete ae of t»uk> irplng rauerlenc* ee 
tenttat. out no ahorthand five-day wee* 
APP. r giving tall particular! eapenenre 
and ref*r»r.e*a to lloa 17Jg Victoria 
Fie«t 


FOUND BLACK AND WHITE SPANIEL 
i)i>* d«g male about four lean nid on 
Lmaodi llnad Apply 9 P C, A E 0114 


Drowns viciorto INursertcs fT'^ NPW • 

Funeral Deaigna Fre,n Cut F-owere * * ^ INCYY , 

RUDOLPH'S DRIVE-IN 

N08TH 0UADRA FLORISTS GARDEN-MARKET 

..,. Ar L'.Vi‘LiT“ fnk .. 71» CORMORANT ET E ...1 


HOLMES At fh» Veteran* llnopi'v nn 
Man-ll 4 111X1 Mr Jarne# Bernard 

H ’me*, aged At tear* bum in Suva 
Sr.i'.t* en.i a resilient of Klercont 
BC fnrmerlv nf Winnipeg Manitoba 
To* many year* Surrtved t>* hi* 

■ if*. Wlnnife'l *1 home, hi* oaugh 
• #r Mr# P .Jean. Fhorthn *, nf 
Dan»er» III hi* eon Reginald of 

Norwcad Mani'M.a and a *t •urte.i i 
Th* 1*1* Mr Holme* waa preil*ce a «#d 
hr hi* e"n T n-"Or RPR '«■•*>• 

Itwlm*. nn June II. 1#*4 -tule 

aetvin* with kite Fort Garry Horae 

in N.irmaedr 

Funeral .ervlrea will h# held a' It.# .10141 IMFRB MGNL'MI..# I Al WORKS 
panda Mirrtuarr Limited. Memorial t -1-4 Ourae Raiad* at Fountain Cu '# 
Ct #pe'. of Cl}im» on Thurad ay K»t tg77 Monumenl* markers tab. .-ta 

. ^ .. .... - m lnterii'«ni rbin^, oronre *<iuet ai la to your 

Fork own design* ti required Also marble 

granite and atone for flr*piar*e wan* 
•n March II ,n ' 1 h " din* ■ on it ”i ’■lion et* Fhon# 

llo.. etna aged lay t 4121, night O 7411 

STEWART MONUMENTAL WORKS 
Lid l(l» Mat Si O J4A2 Curbing* lad 
maeker* a specialty Nifht phnn# I *7tl, 
It IHi 


rRKES PRUNED CUT DOWN SFRAYEXJ 

C A OO W IK 

B 1 SIS tret E lAgg 

lOrilTii -i TRACTOR MEN VICE "ptXJW'- 
ing ee aiatlog lototiliing t#w n mowing, 
n un 


WRRAIHN SPRAYS. COR' AGES 

LOU POY florists 

J»I4 DOUGLAS STREET C 


VICTORIA GARDEN OENVICB 
I" aping min. il lin* tompi#'# gar. 
aervi'* ft note 


ROTOTfU-lNO 

i" *aarap.»#d n ra'p#n.*e, 


J JIU.N BMKNTAL WORKS 


r>DTO TILLING pop * GOOD JDS 

rah n vn#g 

GARDEN ROTOT1M ED * Hanain 

Athlon l*a M after I 

ANY OARDFNB TO ROTOTTI.Lf 

W rbtoiao Albion H'.M 

'IF.NFlf Af. TWAPTOR WORK A MUR. 
efveaan Meimunt 143 K if O tkak 

GARDEN RGTGTJtl.ED A MAPAEN. 

Albion IS* M after » 

LAWNS MOWED GARDENS DUO REpI 
annabi* Phone E IN'. *n* time 

FRANKS BCTTC/I ILUMO SERVICE 

B k.iOJ < Jit G I Jfn 

I"**' AND I IMIM NFMOI ED FR'JNe 

«• «f • r g# tree a uur .pe-lally h JM«, 

AJ ONCE - POWER LAWN MOWING 

end rntnillllne E INI 


Perennial* 


13 W’ AM TED — MALK HELP 


Bu.hr. Rhuberb eir 
OPEN DAtl Y 9-4 10 
SUNDAY- 


PULL TIME SECRETARY MANAGER TO WANTED AT ONCF. PEWINO MACHINE 
manat* Nanaimo i hamt,*r »f Commerr# "oeiamr not nereaaar'-y #t(»er.enr*rt 
and Tour.>- Bureau AppUcausrtv muet Nk o h . me **#.» f O*#..*^ a b-o fin 
*••:# *kper enc# In mrrt.ne th# pibllr. S70 Johnmn 

• 4* >a.arr eaperted and he addressed io 

PO toil }il Nana. mo BC HOOBEKEBPKR WANTED TO TANK 

.... . ro*np>le rhatg* nf home Vfu.' b* t'.r.u 

MAKE FXT7IA MONEY of -hlldreri Please rail a: 14*' Ota 

Help beat th# ruing rr.*i of living tarn Bey Av*nu# 

•eua ca*n .» a* l line fait time 

APPLY PEOPLKB iKKIJIf JkWgLKRS ELDERLY GgNTl.EMAN WITH COM- 
1194 Itougiaa Streei "Over Kreages. funahle * ■ t y n»me r.e»d* elilerlf ad. 
k *m II am IJ J#-; n m hd'“ r k**i>*r-comp*nion Boa |7«J vi. 

* ton* Ft*.* 

BKHV1CK STATION ATTENDANT . „ r 

• anted K*p«rienred nan only Must TO,J >-OGKINO FOR A f ONVfN 

be capable af lacing over # - 1 X on •-"( war to earn m.-ner ■*'# have 
•SlH 1 H A laeti elite inp wage* m ''p*’ f, ’ ,lur • • nn, - h *•**■ 


RGPKINS- in Victoria 
i#M Mia. Kdlih Jan 
«J yean She i* vnrvi 1 
Arthur In Aa.catoon a aiairr-ln-law 
Mrs G Lionel tlppkme #f 191* R.» 
bee Place also hie- e, end oeph'w. 
Fune>at #ii*ngement* taler hy MrCafl 
|t o# Funeral Dlrreii.ra 
No flower* by requeai 


ROLLER CANARIE 


VARIETY WOOD PRODUCTS 


VICTORIA MONUMENT LIMITED 
M*»r«riali of Dlallnrtloo 
Id* l DOUGLAS El 0 EAUON »II4 


'h»* f'UNl'tm <*f v.iymp h M«*rn 
jtfir'r a inpp/r> lb wifluttproitfl, 
'IlffofPfil falr-A art* Inlrl nf 
nncln One* r»|i| Ipppful <s.VS 
». fvrfr.rp the firm of fn-oh ST< 
nan *-nnev/pri |u.qf nnrr snrl 
VkiiPfi Tip r|i^ |)p illurj Mul .farnh 
i»T;'i'i| IKp L«rrt m* '«Kp away 
this hcAN'j «rn Inner When l^s r 
prayrY « ~ snrniM hr p* 

prPsBrd his thankf hv prauklnc — — 
rjrvd pvrry limp hi* children — - 

«n per rd • f m • 

Tim mn«! rrltshlr Brrniml. 

hnurti>r, I'nmi’’ tu u* from an •'<« 

Malian historian vthn wrild* ** 
thaf rlurtng thr «lkfh crn'tirv, 
Romp w'x# Bcotirffprl with s viru 
lent plBEtiP which struck ««ic1- - 

drnlv snH fatally SlnrF »hr carp# 
orkers bcreau first warning nf fhc ii«ra#p was 
, a.ry,re SMi. „ B , t-rk nf-bDPP/Inc, I'ope ^ 

CT.^T r«u^?? Gregory rtperend that to rvnr> -. M i 

lErmrR steady nnp who a blrsulng »•"*• 

Cannal n#ener* «hmild hp glvFn. To fhl* flay WF 
AFFLT PARK DALE follow »h*t rUBtom Wflffl, to ton. 

snv nnr who «nrr7rt we «sy, 

"(ind hips# you " 

Cwpyrtehl 19*1 

. N»w York M-r#ld Tribune lor 

Thanks. Mis* Jean Archibald. 
Tehran. Iran. 

►»1 is »*nt f* t *ji Yther# oo K*nn 

ear# of 'hit newspepwy 


.MKNTS Top Winners' Scares by 

and texture Three Judges 

• s'ltlni •r.lnra •• 

II «» *l 91 VANCOUVER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 
,V r SHOW TEAMS 


bnrn in SroeUiid a.id > re. 
Vtrlnel# lot i tar n..i if 
leaect hi* bile .Iran one r 
M't y - M#» * P#t#yjn.i nf 
four anna J#m»v R Mar* an 
Folio, k nf Vtrtarl* An.iie* 
at home and Bibert Marv to 
Australia The #'» Mr Afar 
Ilf# member of St Andrew • * 
donian Socieiy end • membe 
Brtrannt# B:#nch ol *h- ( 

Lcglnn 

Funeral eertl #• from Mi-c« 
Fioval Funeral ffhspel on End. 
noon Merrh ll a- j oo i.rio 
T H M- Alll»'*r niff. 'Viog I 
in Col wood Burial Park 


ROTOTJU.INO 

SILL MEADOWS COIXJUm 19F 

TRA'TOR WORK DONE BOTOV A TING 
gerden* *i'h >rart«r CarUoo B 1147 

FLECK'S TRACTOR SERVICE 

PLOWING BOO (/TILLING F SLAV*. 
UNO OR AD ISO CLEARING Dag, 
a 7*42 K M4t 


t Bird* C Jurren.itit Saskatoon. 
It »i 44 49 burnt, n #m ih 

Vancuuver IT M 49 an pn|n>. 
Beyl #nv #ee bird owned #nr4 
trained ne p w mwo- hy Vle- 
tsua SO# entry only #t 41 44 

Di.in# tty 7 •’o'*: twin's *1 

n>b*r Vicarta bird! Itnm |1 
IO 44 noipla 


MANDCRAmi 

Street IVtoei* EA34S 

DON T NEGLECT 
YOUR 
PliRB 

peetenred furrier repair *l-an 
> yuur cr»#k 1aek#t #r neck- 


• kXPy.RIENCrD SALESMEN 
rt'eri One fqr Vtrtnria and .ne for 
Island. Wao. •Ui.pi.eo Phone O ITS* 


B EQUIP ED ABOUT 1» 
Ity fnr nr em*n' 

manteer Th# Canad# 


Index to Colonist Want Ad Headings 


Ciaaiirieaiiua 

N* 

F"*!* »0(t ApaM menla 
to B#nt Furnished .0 
F1» . and Apartment* 
heated Purnlahed *1 
PlnMata g 

Fuel II 

Funeral Director# 4 

H* D giorea and 
Office, to Beni 44 
Rut# la _ to 

Hov**fc*#pin* kaoni 
to I4#n! Fuetuahed It 
Ho j.'keepm* Room* 
Wanied Fumtahed »• 
Houae* Ip Rent 
Fur maned o 

House* Warned to 
Rent Puro.thed 4J 
H#»wa far Sai# U 
In Mrmnriaiw g 

Lkellna* Caoeelled a# 
Loel and eound _ l ) 
Marriage* ) 

M|.r«V*nemii •• Rent a* 
M»n imeatai w#f**_ g 
Ma*l# M 


Classification 


A'-eage for Rem _ 
A"*ag# foe Bala 
Acieage Waived 
At oout.ee mem# 

A.". trie, for Bata 
•irtlu 

Boats and tlkflttr- 
sale and Wantad 
Bu.lnaaa Opoortuol- 
t|e* — 

Buainaaa Serrleet 
C*-*Ka bf T7i*nt* . 
Cara and True*# 
Wantw 

Car# for Sal* — 
c-.tiioa fy*"i» 
C«.u*#». and Camp 
alia* 

DavUl — — 

Death* ■ — i. - 
E duration 

«r »»«*m-nt« 


Personal 
Personal loan* 

F»t* and Llye.toek 
Professional S#T'lc*l 
Property lot Sal# 

••'ty W#r»ud _ 
Room and Hoard _ 

Roum and Snard 

W ameu 

Riv»m« io Beni 

, Furnjjhg,! _ 

Srut'iona wantad 
Mata 
Femaia 

Rammer Resort* J 
Swipy - 

Trach#r* Rented _ 
rtmher Broker* .* _ 

Warned Feoasle Help 14 
Wanted Mai# b*l» IJ 
Wanted 

Mlaeellaoen'i* N 

Wantad to Borrow U 
W an'wrt to B.ir Hnoww U 
wasted to A*ai 


all n m or heauty cuunruE - 

.aid oar. oi ar me ted maenln#l#ta 
perotsnar ta TIT V *• y«gu# ■** •■* 

4*. on s*a tan IIIJ 


JOHN W BELL 

CniROFR ACTOR - X RAY 
H.JURB > JO 4 M -100 PM 
It* OFFICE it 1414. EM, 

Ml 741 YATES STREET 


^ PERSIAN ARTS & CRAFTS 

(I Ml oOVBNN4gn*T t TI Ta 


SITUATION!* VV ANTI.D — 

MALE 


INCOME TAX RET URNS 


rsrESINfl 

CATTBINO ET MODENA TB FRICRE 


t n* Esooe'a at 
•fiKK f YFf -c 4J.T* » 

an '.a ia'.ufaauos EamrraR 


CAFfTA 


9 ■ Door WANTED FART OR PUIL- T74g» TAXI 
drty#r. Boa 17*4. Victdria Fr*aa 



1» HI SINKS* SERVICES 

iMi-untt - 

REAL ESTATE INSURANCE or AU 
*»(•«» Ndtarf PiiOJIa sonrvvai.cir.g 
DUNCAN D McTAVlBH 

S.rtel Ptlon# Hill 

Ml mflTWQ 

miTirf 'dotes ««ru repaired. 

mi.wer* urutjri sharpened Prlft'a 
K>r s hop iti ron street a*»den *iji 

LAWN Motor* 1RAVINIW 

847 FORT STREET 

t* U»# (ltd id nm win i«»o 

•ktrwNd 

mien tc*t shop - o «n 

Reed's Saw Repair 

IBM View end 1110 Cook B’r*e’» *« 

ELVES & SON 


?*• BlTT.DrNG SITPIJER ?Hr HI II DING SUPPLIES 2*f RADIOS and TELEVISION 


W A NT ED 77EIT AB I .E PERRON T PAY ' 

In# Windsor shoitly l*» drive nee rwr 
lo Victoria Hob CUriati O »>TI 01 
a it«f mnrnii 

OOI Nil BAHT* IP YOU ARB OOINO 
Bait »uit wi/uiii Ike lit drir* a new car 
Back from lha fertor? lor oa. write lo 
Bui | Vienna Praia 

GENT Jt WITH CAR. BTRANOER^ IN 
rill would Hkr In men etirsi'Uvt etrl 
(nr uu'mg, Anaci appreciated Hoi 
•MO- Vlr- <r>a Prr»i 

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOOR 

po bob no I or in Victoria 
r mi 

NluH'IR AND HOLJOAXS O Jl»» 

r MR WAI If* or BIN IB OBATHl 

Phone lha Soul Clinic B *1*1 

31* Hi SINK88 PERSONALS 


a ntk no.N’ Bcrrin than tut 
o«ii aui Boon u muaiiy dr ail naud- 
plcked "ever Mao la Mil a>a «i Bill 
Burp eri(tilJf and glee a gaud oral 
Out su*U»mera taunmmene im la iHhtra. 
Which iboai It mu wel lo Mil thr oral 
whatber It le wood pr ether oroducta. 
Wa naai ooa artca only ail raar '»und 
We d»lt»*> Langford Colwaod and 
Happy VaJUt Pnca ;wa esrd# ill M 
7-Pto’l fir WoON. 1 Coma III 
Immediate delivery 111* Oaiammaai 
Biraat 

Q HI* 

HONEYMOON BAY PURL NOPPLY CO 
A SNAP 

Hand pick* 4 dr 11 1* | tot* a* no 

1 r.ordi III M Bark and olcxka aooo 
raan sui'abJa turn tea fir vole.-* and 
iltchrn <en»w I rard •Bin wood 1*00 
i rordi inlii wood 111 Immediai* de- 
liver* Natlanal Pual Co B 5*11 R MW* 


WOOD AND 5AWDUS1 

Ocyieoa Ihiugiea PU a ooa loir* uarl 

• lab* in l cad with 'held# oloeaa No niB 
Plan Two forge 'pr all Beware al 
padlara S<>oa dry l coidA (It tl» 

• iwdual a? Mill 1 unite. 17 

ISLAND FUEL SUPPLY CO 

b im b i an 


IBM Vl#w and 111* Cook B’raa' • ‘IUH HAVB TOtl A MORTGAGE OH AN ,2^55*2 

Xrrr.Mii lor ana that tou raaalta *•••* In walet Stow. 3*e OBlla 111 *0 

Cl wpc H COM miiOihif par mania ft im ana nr# wniia la >0 oWi and alab lao 

Ii-Vl J Oi q na.ia* a.iui caal.T A>l lo. f 0 id* III l.y Mr *p it teat. for *iuva 


i win call al f out borne on r*«>4Mt uu "*- - 

i II. MILA iso BUAYBS SAPAiHB PtnebcMl Bur.a* United IJJ« OWVerD- HONK . DH y SPECIAL NO l pm SPLIT 
RONSON8 HAP A I HAD AHII.B YOU ,n,B, » MB* or evening* 111*1 aaod hand pifkefl to alimtnala ruBBith 

wa it Qua- ho ur anarar vartlc e 701 Y am DNWAKtID HAIR VANWHR8 WITH •" '*1 

MAINTENANCE data Pain talaly ar.aar.mili Lor-Ba« «•- “■•“f imMUi. * cd. anly II 

. _ Labtiraiortaa «T» Or.arUlw V an«.u»a. ?S ada ob.y 110 O DM __ 

CENTRAL HOME MAINTENANCE CAH- SC and Bhutboll Dru« Btora It* lohn HEAVY TWO-P«>OT PIR 


MAINTENANCE 


CENTRAL HOME MAINTENANCE CAH- BC and I 
pantry .rapalrii- Iradni ;i*:nl,n« ■■••ail min Htrawl 
aai*lca» to tapi roll i*ll«‘» alndowi. 


HEAVY TWO-PiTOT PIR 
EVEN LENGTHS LARGE MEAmUHB 
TTWO COIlDB. II* 

r EL LIB (I «#•« 


#•■« Pormarly o( Cautral M.riaaia Maut- D *a. k e u/at c O-UR h 

ia-ian r h in: prom .t a ,*!J iwb-ula lit ,poiu a«»r i •>'» 

— - - all a* 111 and .u Ouarar.lar aood III IIE8T OMADE NO 1 PIK B*iNA D 

PAIN 1 1 Hi and OPlORATOSM Applr aftrr i lo bn. B Himblay II . 4S0 r„r<i tar It nap; a I >n nrary Mr 

POY MOORE PAINTERS AND DECO- OliaiftaT'o C 5" 

ra'nri ini*rior and-fitarior Pirai-cia.i 8CIAKORB SINOER LINEN SCISSORS * ,8M WncmM ° ir3i ° ’ B 

• .r. man.hip at pflla* yo . can afford »W inch. Hid n>»» ** Hina.- turn nn YLAND NO I PIR SAWDUST 

H-wMial nrir# on all in'armr wort Hava • I ' t- l-m.fi n vn -.o* K*r m naira un |ii 15 fardrn »awd iit |3 O '.1i 

. ... mom. noo. no. .n« .... In ,vn ."HIV Auli •! (Savin* Mlrhlflf C" .3* 


*««4 f ' BEST OMADE NO 1 ElK B*iNA DHY 
B liamblay 1. 1 .440 corn lor itnve; aim naavy fir tor 
lurna-a |) Limit'd lupj.ly Can ha 
iuvu n.iaaiiDi 1'an JB5A Quatnal O 1731 O 10JS 11.1*11 


B-.ial prira on all in'armr work Hava I • ’ -'r • i- '.'n 

1 ..a room* don» now and *a>' Nn *on cniv. Sinj' 1 Savin* Marnlna ■ 

Inn mall Avn.d lha vp* in * ruin Phnna Vrta fLr.ai 

I At'* urniTii.irv rti rvu *rrn iiar 


.nlta 15 (ardan iawd<ut IT 


A I I BN It ON 


HEAKTHUHN EXCESS Acm OASTRIC 
WI ARB AVAILABLE «>»"' '"hf., Aiu*liv^ 


I’ONE-DnY rtR LUMBER REJECTS 
■uaranta'd dr? l'i cordi II* O 1345 


‘ PaparftBh*in* ja.nnn* ftia.'a, <»'O mach SowdUSt - SowdU5t - SowduSt 

fta'ehio* au for aari-caMt naoRia i( urn an oruawni* 

Idw amtar raiaa Try ua today ^Wa OAIU-Hto 8 PnEfti HIPTION 73 WILL 3 DAY SPECIAL 


at* na*< ana '«*' 

ra’nri Raatinr **f 


PAINT NOW PAY LATER 


M'.*.” Clta Oaro- rrllB , t uu u ar chrome ooueh and aron 
1 flat area rharata » ,.|, (# | tcnul r Darling a Pharmacy Lid 
• AV 1 a ran Kon Al Bruad Bill! 


idla aaanrr for 

l.u.pnar To m ' 


41 .ora - Whlllini'on 
Al haadrlg roan a 


C’.moiai* d»( iral.r* .aralra im.da » d BELTS AND TRUSSES CAREETTUY •awd.iit O'jannlaafl jnn*. fir Otlaran 


All DetJcndoble Wood 

Na I up- 1 tliod Chaopad Elr iraadf la 

burn. M* rorda lie M 

No I Plana. Cn4« Ma mrdi 110 40 

Dryland Slocka and Slaba ll-lnrh My 

aorda 110 M 

A Raai lirialn — 4lk frewth. II a. 
I* aorda uod. Ma eorda HIM 

Ronald Hopkins Fuel Co. 

Day and Ntahi a (fit 


KOLBC RE BM THE ORIU1NA1 ROLL1MO 
Hyaeraan. mala' wcalharilripi 
Voeua Vana'ian Bilnda 

a r lXIuh B aaaa 

ATTENTION HOME BUILDKHA' NAVY 
lack cvmant grayal li IS yard, *a- 
llrarad O tnM any tuna 

Cl POI. CBM EN 1 ROADS AND 
fill Powar abayal for hlra. B *311 


STEWART & HUDSON 

Limited 

EVER YTHINO FOR HOME BUILDERS 

LOOK — HOME BUILDERS 

A larga, rompla.* irlrtllH of nullding 
I'loinar eld grrwih lunibn from up- 
l.land mi'l* lira Sad quality an.! a aalae- 
tinn and vanft* hard 11 match All 
i.i.rrh.in auaran *»an in ilva latlifar.ion 


nr A iO'-rt J»b mol' oatlat and la. • fiitra ■■ nut pnraia (Itung room '"d •“ v*»r rnun-l 

longer May that rnof *0’ay#a .Ink MODKHN PHARMACY -111 ■ . m 

• orlng Phan* T-.l-HlH Tn.l at 0*1)1 Ouug.ai ind Johiu-m Alraali B 1 IS I 2. Units by blOV 
I fro. rtUmala Glim ^ ^ MOBTOAljM AND 2 - Units b V Bulk 

NO -DOWN PlYMfHT * UP TO Ik agreetnahlk for relUhle ta/.vira r.nn 

rntnlhv Jo »•) . lad Mr Hiding* at HlU.ugi Haalty Ltd IMMEDIATE 

Ell ANK .LAKE. 'KIN LTD % ITJu Bl.iad Slraat l *331 _ .. n . w 


TAILCmiNG I.AIHEH 
uwn materia mada up 
inc :aia Lmugiaa • i 


and oEN-nr 

Eiperl ramndal 


wirtnlh* Jo pa. . tart Mr Hiding* at Hiu.uga Haalty Ltd 

EH ANK i.LAHK.'tON LTD % I13u Hn.ail Htreel E *331 

r,, r»M C Joed have YOU* PORTUNE TOLD BY ~ 

IIM Wharf SI.arl (I .All ig.d.min.a frqm T3»* Riven e-a-ra 

E AEKUHANOIMj A HPSCIALT t - IN- Tt.e Movl Poptlloi Header n luan 
leriwf aiierlnr paintlo* Old aaila mad# CAIRO COKfr.E SHOP opp H BC 

X “** fAIUirUNG LAU.EH AND OENTW 

•r ,, 'V„ t .a X Safe ^ 

e. im*i'« Papering and athar ie r. ti ** ■*••., ,,,? iniiai.ed and cameniad to 
Inc Clara * Paoivon. R MU nr n lUtl V * |J 

Wt’EUtt *4 BON 3 *pt EAPERHANfl- HOME-MADE WRITE HRBAD AND 
*1.2.1 e ... rl\.i!i. • nnla wnrai nraart at Lanartell » 

If.g painting Quirk c.tai ee.ianla H)lUuJ , „ o u . a „ 

E it^lg-i •orgn.an.n.p Thirty yaara ul * 

aipen»B -a Victoria ATTENTION ECU A COMPLETE OV EH - 

r r i/tunuih nrrr.mrni P»r*rr n * u nf T0U ' •»•*“« machlna 0 1031 

C T LONGMAN DECORATOR PAINT- y*,,,, * C , m fort 

I " > 10'kyini pap»-nang;ng E.aa aa'l. 

malai Phona BMW* Nlghia EMM* ECZEMA ITCH PILES PSORIASIS TRY 

k mr\ I eeajn'e Otntmmt Ul Cormorant 
HID E OOODWIN INTERIOR AND at. cal ana ail aapartmeni drug itoraa 
avanaf na.nilng firmh ar vorir Paoar- 

h. aging a iper.alty Eaua aiaa and DREHSKH EltGM HAMPSHIRE HOUR* 
ir.mi Phuna a ami anyomt Itl Linaeria hoaiary Bring rour aner 

■ - Btloaa 10 us 3313 Oag Sat Aya H *431 

C AIL 0 71*1 PON Alt TOUR REDECO- 

fauna and nainrlhg 'Nru.h « vpewv !a INVIRIU MINDINO, RBWEAVINO 
nr out of tnun C Srnattenkirk alla.ation* guarantpeit 1AM Purl. E *475. 

B 'LIABLE DCCORATORR LO WEB HPLNCEH dUPPC'HTS INDIVIDUALLY 


1 teed all rear rnun-1 

b 11*1 2 Units by Blower SI 1 00 

and 2- Units by Bulk $6 00 

Ud.' IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 

- Try If Before You Pay for It! 

B Y 

i*n" 2 Cords 2 ft. for Drum 
Furnace. $7 00 

KNTW 

nndel Pianrr End*. I Cord |7 50 


Its 

Dre»*ed 

UUllty 

Per M 

Ilf 50 

’ll 

Draavrd 

C'.illiv 

Per M 

.. — . . isa on 

Tat 

Drrtard 

L' llllly 

Per M 

125 Ud 

1*4 

L'I Hit t 

Tnngu* 

and 

Groove 


strobser lhau Ahl|ilap 
quality Per m 

- gbftd 

(.14 DO 

ill 

' 

and Groove 

Utility 


Pei M 




(44 04 

IvA 

Ul ! *» ^h>3Uo 

fVr M 

4*0 Ud 


LUMBER SPECIALS 

Ail Lumaat Hold an Unoey-Back 
Ouaramea 

No « Cammed ar OtUUf 
la« Vts 1000 IUMBJ faai _ »:« oo 

ill B«R 1. 0(N> tir.aai (tel lllo* 

U* iad li* Lingua and groom 
random larvg'.bi _ 111 00 

li* longui ind groot*. lAoru 

1 000 llbegl (tag |3» oo 

ta* tangua and (root* ihorti 

I 400 lineal leal .. |}<t on 

rap irton a. til. Ill llA Is* 
4tw laid' man’ll acturad from A-l 

U> and drenen <a rour Ibacifir.atinaa 
•n aur awn mill and Miner 
li*‘ If* ar III*' ihiplav 
*i*' ar nr ttr raugn ai new *ow prira* 
Pnea Eti ThouiaRo Pool Board Meaiura 
la*' No I Common Flooring 


lad PU Drop Biding N# I 
toakraoB _ I TO oo 

AH • and 10" cedar bungalow 

•uting - _ a#5 oo 

la*' lag' 1*1' lair' and lair cedir 
rough or drmad _ llaou 

la* la«“ til UU’ or »*ir' eedat 
routh or dre*ied tie OU 

FENCE SPECIALS 

Malerlali far 50-foul fvner .au t>ne- 
boirdi tn.'lud'ng nail* only 115 Ud 

Sami fence M feet only .. Ill ud 

5# • tool fence witn Baietioard and 
natli . * *i: mi 

*0- font fence witn baseboard and 

nalii .. _ .. llo .50 

Brild board fence; h'arr noeti Untvheri 

heign. * ft l tn a 40 feet.. Ul no 

same f»nc» *0 faet .... Ml 00 

ti*' roi.ah aedai. lie per uneai foot 

5*5" rough redlr ITe p#r Uhkal fnot 

**•" rough cider. I*r ner line*! foot 

la*'' ceUir gii’.ter l*a per llnral fool 
Prompt Delivery 
Open Saturday Unul 4 EM 


>TTi iw ooo RaDi'O ('OMBi.NATtoN 
VAI I IF FDR YOI ID malnu*. I.am new A, so aa«* elainr 

VALUE "UR T UUK rer-rd. of limou* tenor* i»J« rthel- 

BUILDING DOLLAR! wirsi .mox. a/ .»*k a»di 

AH miiena lor BIDNEA flu.AOUY WE PIX RADI OB IN YOl'R OWN HOME 
PENCE 40 ft Hrof J «' high Ask c ** "» ereotnaa Horn* Radio Ber*U* 
kdar posts is* r«iU. l>* o*iaauarii a na B lut 
l«3 or U4 pirket*. including unit to ' “ “ 

nuUd n Pru-e only til 0* delivered ....... . _______ 

o.id ENJOY L FE BETTER 

Al mi.er.ai fnr M-'t ECONOMY mild 1 ^ 

bnvrd fine# • high 4i4 radar noiti \A/i*Fi 
PliC* a«kw *31 « dwtvered. la* oatd T,l| tl 

SIDNEY LUMBER LIMITED SPART0N TV 

Ratal ana Buitdari Buoaiy Hiadouarters HERE A AHAT YOl* GET 

J1J) Qnvarttmenl ■'rail Phena B *1*1 Nea .*in pnae- mein* g rei-er n»r 

larntanre gtan' 31 screen de 

tme II speaker end tree *nal 

Building’ Before deriding inyaattgat# 'f vo V r «" home 

'ha ad«enta*ei of Rato nueratea ^ , <*- '-*/-* nr- tn 

STEEL SASH 0nl V $39 95 Down 

• — ... mrr ***Y MONTHLY TERMS 


STEEL SASH 


^■tlH tfalontft. V •**«**•. ■ C 23 
Thu.srfwY, March 12. 1253 

iDtn GARDENS and si I'PIJKS 

AH N AU ft DRIVE IN 
GARDEN SHOP 
Quadra Street 
A io*4 Erom Junm» Uittea 

OrauLos Boon ’ 

TY KELL'S NLTUIRRY 4MI QUADlU BT~ 
liactlng Thur*dae ?«th will b* ipen 
•eery dar including Mundava II uii k 
rimed 5tnd*>- 

THE SHRUBBERY YSY PORT R«. 
o.r'n#d • ilh full line n? nwrawrr eto'k 
See -vq Aralet iperlai and enring 
perennials 

POTS URNS RmnRATRR 

keepaeorlea 

COf CYR % CONCRETE CO 
443 it. and Hlchaar Phi.ne Bel eve 

TOP son PtAT BOIL MANURR 
rock aratel muihrona* rnmnnal manurw 
o* 'he >ark Ctiloulta IBOX 


• OJ “ Pei tinker ■••dull Guaranteed all Hem- 

A CI.OTMERLINE POLE POR THE •<” 4 for f’renhouig garden entf 
mile lady initaiied and camenicd tn eh'rAe..* 


‘A J4I31 P A PERM A No. HOMEMADE WHITE BREAD AND 

. bi. ■iMkla turn bread at Lanadell t 

aiming Quid tita, '•'labia MllUul , „ y u , ar a 
t'k workn.e neh.p Thirty yeare .. 

n-e Vltinria A nENTlON EOH A COMPLETE OVER- 

Tkunu s •• ~ nwrr.n s rnu PsrnT , '* u nf T0UI •*** ,, « * •««!»• OI03I 

ONOMAN DECORA TOR PAINT- rayiw: * Cp 111 Pori 
r*»’rg pepr 'Hanging E.ee gall* _ 

Phone E 5(t.’g Ntghti IMII ECZEMA tTCH PILE* PfIORlASUI TRY 
_ Ireajnee Ointment U* Cormorant 

r GOODWIN INTERIOR AND ai.e Ct ail department drug itoraa 

nv.ntt’ig brqaB or vprir Paper- - 


INVI«tni2 MENDING BE WEAVING 

• lle.ation* guaranteed WJn Purl. E *470, 


Ideal Sawdust Fuel 
Co. Ltd 

Guaranteed Full Measure 
302 Dovid St . Victoria 
B 4622 B 2832 


IT. leg utility fth.pl *11 Per M . ..145 00 

li* Peranum dm map per M _ |V! Ho 

, lag Premium Shlplap Per M g.55 00 

Is 4 Orr«*e.| Premium khr Per M I30t.il 
la* Drrxe.! No l Grade IU * lofl 

p«’ m _ t*«nn 

17 50 3*3 nieiMvl All « ft Earn 1* 

3*4 Dre.ted AH t ff Each ._ 14 

Ik* Dre**ed All « ft Each .. 33 

eno \f/ r • to carry complete *toek« of 3it 
3k«. 3t« U10 J* 13 old growth Dn-jglea 
14 AO Hr Riii>d”Ti Li'mher Shtp'ai' PnatT* 
13 0« vni *1* ind «i* Timber* *t Invest mill 
price* Budget terms nn lumber pur- 
chase* 


B 'LIABLE DECORATORS LOWER SPy.hCOI SUPPORTS INDIVIDUALLY 
ns rheid lit wer pnree I'. luting paoer deelgned Mrs Mormon. Aloton 141 E 

li.g repair* O ffOTl E 3 50* 1 VENIT IAN BLIND* LAUNDERED SP AR 

R'iBBIB At TELL EXl'EHI PAINTING »‘ini '■••• Bun Ray Product* U 1*1) N • 


WOOD AND SAW DU S'! 
SPECIAL— 3 DAYS 


and der.draUng Bprelal »ate» before tha 
aur.ng rush l GI3 foi <rra eeC.oiaiea 


NUBGNE POfTNDATION GAMMEN 18- 


Loot ana feel yoar lovely Mil G 1*7* l0 taVD 


Nw I Pit Waod vlaee-.englh eery eaiy 
to ecMlt Good for gltcbeo heater fur 
naco Ilreplac* and eenerai usa Reel 


r# r. , and L eourliar ' Ul. E^*f* W ' ^ OLD OOLD DIAMONDS BOUGHT VAN 
ca.v and couruey weu# e tbi* , J|t Jtmelltn TJ| Vilel h 0C3 , t 


410 DP ROOM*. PAPERED EHEE 
tonne* D Snieina 0 JE17 


3 CORDS 41(100 - * COHDB 


I ■ Pool fo. drum furnace ar.o ftreolic# 

■ »«nV**'* , *ay , y r ”“* EVERYTHING TOUR HOBBY NEEDS 3 CORDS linOO . COHDB II* ..0 

unit. na o nn et T P Medela St Hobbioa 04* Connor ant 

. . . . . rvwxrtti iTian - Pour fool heavy fit uaowaud for green 

PAIhlINO DR.ORAT1 NQ ihVIHIBLE MENDING ALTEII AT1GN8 houaoe and hotaia Par cord MAO 
i plaster patching Wnrk guaranteed. tSU Cook B 4731 


* 73* PAIKTQfO DRXJRATINO 

p* ernangina planer patching 

E JONES PAINT1NO AND PAPDL 

Hanging Wo'k guaranteed O «70Y 

Min m INGBAYINO 

PHOTO ENGRAVING 
Half-tana lira and culm engraving* 
Cummercia: Art 
VICTORIA PR*hf> LTD 
Engraving Oeot 

3*: I Daug.ai ; r#et Phooe E kill 

PLI MRfNO AND HI ATINO 

ACE PLUMBING * REATINO ~ 
Repair* dOBUacta Yi ee Eltlmatoe 

Harry .^milh Bon Uulr 
R 3*40 R 74*1 

EMPIRE PLUMBING A. HKA ITNQ 
Reps. re altera'lona aonlractt C31I4 
7i>4 Ki -igi Road 

PAULINS Pt.UMBINO * REA TIRO HI 
peirt remodeling |!3I Gov't St o 140 

RELIABLE PLUMBING CO. 


BRASS AND COPPER 

PTtfIM 

Birmnqhom, England 

REQl'TREB NO CLEANING 

III*** Pieque* frnat ... _ .. 12 40 

Capper Jug* _ *4 75 

Brave H'ar.h llruehev . „ II 74 

H'4JI R-I'nwe- _ .110 00 

Hbree BrV'tea . . II 00 


dawni.it All dryiano naan rig ah-flt 
from Atom Lumber Co 3 unite sulk II 
Bhavinge 'or garden and farm. 1 until 
for M 

WI DELIVER TO dIPNEY AND 
BPENTWOOD 


HUNDREDS OF HOME- 
OWNERS 

Ha** purchas'd S’ewart A H*j.l«nn fenra 
aperule You 'on can neneft' bv rha' 
eii>erten.-e and east Get tagether with 
yroir neighbor and figure cut that line 
fenre 

30 rt feme lactudiog eatia mo 

baseboard . 114*4 

•Oft Fence, including nail* <no 

bvse0nnr.il Itggt 

40-ft. Perfo«. including nails and 

oasaboard glY Y4 

•0-ft Fence including nail* and 

baseboard Ut ]g 

40-fl en ta Board Pence heary 
poet* finished height 4 It I In* 131 M 
Oet any *lie style, height or length of 
fence al rr«eonabl# rates Prompt deliv- 
ery BUDGET TERMS 
Me'er Alt fur I ft s 10 ft Green- 
house gls-s dtvtr. and alt the 
liais omnpietr only gi* so 

Oreenhpuve Glass 1C t It case 

contain* too ig ft only .. |7 SO 
Discount on 10 rase*— I*. 

Hoi Rea frame nteriit from J ' 

' imber Iloped sides .tee jg 'kbiy 
ready to ai-emhle Pick an* up 
in trunk a* yarn car onl* 14 40 

Hot bed Ra eh it • gf" eomplet* 
wl'h gla*s. only t* in 


ATOM LUMBER COMPANY 

111) JOHNSON ST WEST 
East of Victoria We*i Par* 

B 3141 <- Eveoinea 0 0*13 


Judders' Sosh & Door Ltd 

COMPLETE -MILLWORK SERVICE 

STANDARDIZED FRAME 
UNITS 

Proven s”d l*»'fd lor thr put 12 
mnnirtt before nMered lor vnur ar rep- 
lauce Earh frame rome* rnmplefe inn 
• s«h filled gisted sod thilda raetng a. I 
fifed Pac *ltnp|e tns'alis'inn mean* 
saving tn lime and mnner fnr cnntrsrtor 
nr horns bulidara ^11 mvnufsrtured from 
quali’v ms’ertsls in our "tn factor/. 


no warping no sticicino 

phee nm MATES 

DOUGLAS BUILDING 
SUPPLIES 

Suo Har Products Lid 
3111 Douglas Street Pnont B iUt 

; 1ME . ~ . - ~ 

tn fir fhet gar.i’e? fence to do that 

intertar painting to fu up that 

room tb the ba-riteni lime in fart 

lo tint 

Victoria Retail Lumber Yard 

and *r» tltair man* *p*-.tal* in Lumber 
tVBIlhnard* and Psinr. •* 

Nn order tar email no order loo I.AItGE 

al 

l#01 rYnvrrnmrnt 8 reel B 31)1 

ISLAND BLDG SUPPLY CO 

EVERY ! H1NO th BlJlLDIhU BUPPUEB 
“HEAT FORM' PIHCl’l ACER 
“IDEAL’' METAL WINDOWS 

lima cement sand aod grain readr-wils 
at v tar rock aod cinders plaiter rim) 
ucta, Orproo ar.d slunettaa'd plywoods 
ttrerlay Dfndurta eommon bricE. vitri- 
fied nip* amf dram lUa eta 

414 OOROB ROAD BAST Bill* 

COLWOOD LUMBER 
YARD 

Lumber - «a*h - Door* - Moulding) 
Vtalllurard* - Plywood • Inauletmn 
Builder* Hardwa.e 
' Kvervthlng for a Builllng 

Sooke Rood— Belmont 3!3 

Mb L'LOTII IM*. KIRS, 
SHOES, fTC- 

/a'nP A PLACE III* DOUOLAB BUYS 
and sells all kind* of useful arttela* and 
good used elnthlng Call E 0*37 


Me & Me 

IT'S KENT'S 

Pt.r repair* tadlov trim- ion warning 
machluet and reuse* "If II won t work 
Phi.ne US ’ E 2511 

28k“ BH YCLKS and 
MOTORCYCLES 

BICYCLER THREE SPEEDS TRIGGER 
coiu ml lust like new II:. Ml Guar- 
anteed 13 munthi Victors Cede Works. 
4Nt Johnson Si ’ eel 

THE SEJtT DEAL IN MOTORCYCLf* 
pert* snn epslr* t* Svatlao.e si R 
Shank* A Snri* Dm.gie* nnr'h nf the 
Rnumkaboul dee u* bef.i.e you buy 

011(1.1! HIKE EXCELLENT CONDITION 
practirilly new 4*0 plea** pnnne 
B [i.te alter 7pm 

atcva.u ALL SIZES AND KKPAIK- 
tng AartiQsuo a 5(4 Johnson Slreel 

EVERYTHING IN BICYCLE REP A IDS 
Bernard Ltd l*IB Dnuftas 0 4*11 

ENGLISH BICYCLE IN EXCELLENT 
:onuitlon 420 Phonr Albino IflX 

LADY S ENOI.ISII HICYC14' I3f OR 
OffEI. After HO tin 1347 Port St 

JUST ARRIVED 

PAMOCB JAMES »*T CC MOTORCYCl.ES 
Clenrlc l.ghte norn and atari tight. 
Compere theea with any $375 


0 Jaii • G IE4* 

HOTTED M ANURE CINDERS ~ SOIU 
oca li M per fArd up Ha* II por tia’a 
*t narn tags Kings Road il Vye c. 45** 

(irm TOP BOIt »1 40 MANURE 
ro ct cin der* and erarel E 5771 

MH GARDENER" * 

8»# our enlld oat flower tube B 5Y0I 

MANURE «IIAVINGH NO 1* TOP UJIL 
(IM) yard Or* eel cinder* B til** 

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY NO I TOP 
uih *3 40 per tard B .1*4* « 

1 Ofi YAH DS GOOD TOP BOIL. 1371 
*.'d dell* e re.1 F 471*4 


Ageni fnr Triumpf) IM 

A J B Malrnl*aa and Er*nela 

Barnett Motnrcyclee 

We are the ta.-gr*t starkis'i nf New and 
n »*d Mnlarcr-Te* nn V*nc«u»er Island 
and ner«r undersnld 


0 K FUEL 

1*0 TOPAZ 

aervina vietwriaiis far Oe*r 


O 1411 

N Tears 


SPECIAL 

THREE DAYS ONLY 


SYDNEY REYNOLDS LTD * bargain cm* milu.'rebt dry 

LAND DOUGLAS FIR, all No 1 s.abs 
THE QUALITY PEOFLX miard with insid* blocks, mill-run dry 

enough for basement; 13-mch, no ru«>- 
•0) Q«vrntment at . opp. Empreks Hotel nieh rlean oerer tn eater Immediate 

delivery 


A GOOD PLUMBING SERVICE" 
Garden 1B4l— Day er night 


ROYAL CROWN DERBY 


RtfilO REPAIBJI 


1 CORD I g no 

3 COHDB ... (II 00 

1 CORD, eolll I I 40 

3 CORKS 1 13 os 

ALSO 


Our stock ri this warm lemon* mm* ** A1JIO 

WE PIE RADIOS IN YOUR OWN HOME „ in . , 1B(il , h . amerman *TTENTIOj| i W, nave airaade .pm w«oo 

dey «i evening* Hiime nadio Bernce ... . <nr ’ nu, kit-' i*'»i range No ooib t no 


AUTO RADIO 8f.lt VUE O MU JACE B 
Auto Radio T7J Pandora Avenue 

EXPERT RADIO REPAIRS MEMBERS 
NRl A*ron*on * 5B4 Jonoaon 0*713 

BOOHNU AND INSOLATION 

Cooping insulation biding odt 

ter* and Btyrutlle 

VICTORIA BOOTING AND INSULATION 


ter* and Btyrutlle 

VICTORIA BOOEINO AND INSULATION 
COMPANY 

141 EorC Street Phone B 3(11 

DUROlh "R .11 iHNB-M AN VI U.E ROO»B 
Insulafi" Siaing* end Laveeirough* 


TOBY'S CHINA SHOP 

iota Fort Street Victoria b C 

WORN OR DAMAGED JKWKLLSHV 
and silverware 1* skilfully repalreq ar 
made 0V*i lo sour p eaaure ay Bl. ka 
cranemen Etn* welch repair* alao 
Bring them to 


• (Irrlei no more rhni.pmg Guaranteed 
Id® * fir Dun t be fooled ana get .-heap 

"’ wer quality sen* .hat »eta rnu 

more In th* 'ong 'on Wa ve gat th# beat 

HILLCREST FUEL CO 

f 1*44 Dey and O 1015 Day ar Nigni 


Pnon* B 3111 JEWELLERS 
... . . „.^-,.e 7 BE YATBS «T 


In*ul*:i»" flidloB* and Le vest rough* 
PARKER JOHNSTON LTD 
1714 Bi’ied U *JJ3 Err* , t MAI « (*» 

DUROID JOIINR MANVILLE BARRETT 
Brock Robertwrn 


U ” m ^ birks Wood Sawdust Wood 

vgr n ■ftarraif* sawdust sale 

All hetdng coarse aawdutt 1*0". Mr 

ARAGON FURRIERS „ o« , .n.e,d Y..r *«isa 

eprul'e up por sphino 2 Units bv Blower 00 

R8 HEMODBLED RM'AIhED 2 Units Bulk $6 00 


PLYWOOD FOR EVERY 
PURPOSE 

DeGrade 4 ft r I ft i *, sanded 11 jn 

D»*Jrarte 4 ft r g ft a *, aand*.! II *4 

D'Orahe, 4 ft a I ft a taniyrd |5 7* 

DeOraGe 4 ft a I ft a aanded Mad 

DeOrade. 4 ft • I ft ■ V sanded (7 70 

DeOrede 4 I. . I ft a 5 14 jn- 

aanded _ _ _ gj gg 

And *r*r «torka factorr-gradr Plywood 
— O IB Plywood tn all thlckneiae* rut 
In r.’ur alar while you wait nargalna In 
Plywood rutting* new P V HardlMiard 
Ideal fnr wallhaard. rupbnard*. Door 
underlay large 4il anrelt '. thick, 
now only .. g] 44 

IT S EASY TO BUDGET 

At Btewart A Hudann Buy now pay 
later on fa.icea garage* h*>me repalrt 
addlttona remndelltng. meularmc new 
aiding* Buy the material* do vnur 
own wora m let ua handle the complete 
job T«»e month* ta cay from income 
If ynu are planning on building a new 
hnn.» call in and arrange a convenient 
ered'l account again*! nrogree* pay. 
menu m *nur nortgag, Wrlfe call nr 
ohnne for f’e# copy of tg-page lllue- 
’ra.eif booklet LETS BUILD A WOOD 


ZINC LIGHTS 

Por dnore and wlndvwa. a to. a *tre* and 
made tti "rrfer A good *ele*ttan af ptf- 
turr frame mau’.iting* in fir and nard- 
% nod alao hardwood moulding* and fa#- 

Inga 

BUILDERS' ^SPECIALS 

1 my eg 4 ft a ( ft a 3 It Btccn pit- 
wood ah eel IIP 75 

4 niece* t ft * 7 ft ( 1 II Beech p:y- 
wood. ihlft 14 00 

3 bln e«. 4 ft a I ft. > 1-14 Ltinba ply- 
wood th»rt . It 7* 

Kalksei Inside lurk *et» earn 33 14 

Acma anrlng Bath halanre# He 

BOAT LUMBER 

See i5» for a.; your nardwoed rieegg alan 
yellow cedar and E O Red Cedar (uiai 
lumber 

Spe-tat all ma’erlala for Mnpnett 13 ft 
bna’ Ideal fur family me only rant- 

Olete gig 50 


Builders' Sash & Door Ltd 

m OARRALLY ROAD R 111 

LANGFORD BUILDING 
SUPPLY 

Eyerylhlng from PaundtUna ta Root 


SPRUCE UP POR KPH1NO 
PnRS HEMODBLED RM’AIhED 


3 |M Daug.A# Day K #444 NtgnL B *4»i PHONE o *|3J lit! BRUAD BIKSEI R 0 ecta. sale 140% fir all hand picked 

law mM *,e.NIMO U eliminate Mlbbteh Pon t be fanlej 

,AW all 4 REES ISO | p AC|F|C GLASS LTD •;teV,'... Ch ;:r ! re % r? ^ 

NAWB SHARPENED AND REPAIfUCD #J , p AN jx>RA AV* - OFFICE 8 J14I 2 VS Cords $12 

IRA BECKER SAW SHOP m “ A * ON "' I Atrro olAM B ,B ” Our Cut- m.;. Are Satie fled Creamer. 

(li CORMORANT STREET 0 170 

28 l.*H < A no.N I nun i dm cim rn 


Reed's Saw Repair bbiueant >» rep 

John • Ciiho finnnf pu 
»l View and 1120 Conk Street*. E 1314 , n *trtc Lat Greek Er 


rK(.B St gtiF.BT 


B A REPTGN AND BT 

nnnnr pupils or nttta. , 
Greek French, success 
«34 Battery E (4*7 


B* TKNTIPIC PRUNING AND 3PKAYING i3* 
n *ha.!e and Irult tree* Tree# felled, 
rhain •»» ClMmieal epraytnq. brush 

1 1 4»e»* we.ed* '■ 

1*74 CHARI ER A CGWIE E INI „ 


June August g]4 Battery 

'3* SCHOOLS AND 
COI.LL4.KS 


))ttt V A ALE* AERVICE 


DHILLON FUEL CO 
New Office, 400 Bov St. 
E 3811 or E 7852 

Fir Wood From 
SOOKE 


VACUUM CLEANERS n A st isii 

Guaranteed service at Beaannable Rate. - 0 ay/k.a* a.w*j 

ART FI FrTRir ACADEMY BALI. ROOM DANCtNa 

f; u LV “ i hin- Private 'waaune • (as*e* uai.g Ha.lruam 

*n7 POR I sjREEI OllU „| d ,, m , ta'in American uaiiet rltvth 

WAaklNO MAf'MINE (ISVKE ™ ,< ' nt *0 ,,rn E 1*41 I0IJ Uoug.ae 

~ BETWEEN WASHDAY SERVICE “ a t-i n°)Tl r M wt" 0 b! n, 

Elperlenrr jtlu* raact fact ary cart* make t(tr i*» Srodgltion R»* BIJ47 


HP HOT1 BBAW CAAl/ 1 C 

Rutlnet* Beers' art*. Pitman O'rcg JUUInL 

B’mpltfiad dtiewdwriUng. Computmeirr 

l.aoio Hefraanar Cvurae*. day 0ar|< S|abs Qnd |nS(d( , Blocks 


Stewart & Hudson 

Limited 

kill Gorge Read ■ im. a 3411 


Moore Whittington 
Lumber Co Ltd 

BUILDING MATERIALS POR EVERY JOB 

MONO-DOORS 

(C Graftal 

J.# t 4-4 i l»» Bach 14 *5 

4-4 I 4-4 x IS Bach 17 40 

7-4 il te'S Bach „.|18 

3-4 ) 4-1 i IS •*rh.. _ ni 


OPEN EVERY DAY 
MONDAY THRU 
SATURDAY 

■ A Ml ro « PM 

Pnr Yaur Convenience 

50-Fr Picker Fence. $15 00 

4' « 4 5 ootta 3*1 1-anJ-B rail* 

T al J' nirketa oaaetiaarda *n4 naila 
Plywnnda Btandarnt and rtlect 
Insulation*- Znnollt* and Wta.d Halts 

Lat Ut Quote You nn Ynur Wood or 
Steel Bain 

INCREASED STOCK Of LUMBER 
OOOO SELECTION AT PAIR PRICES 

PPE» DELIVERY 

Plnor Bsnrter rrmer.t Misers, P-wer 
Tail* to rent 
Phnne Beimnni 304 

(«( Island lligriway. Opp. Knotty Pine 


*Hd FUBNITUBE 

POR BALE A IPOUR PIECE" CEDAR 
bed-nom *uH* t’ie*'»'l mahitgany or Ir 
uifYT '.hree ter Tour *•»»• me-rrr** 
suit (10 Very lo»ei) *utte tan ue *een 
ani time Price (300 I0J4 Cook Aireet 
Ph’.ne ») 04*7 

CHUrKRPIEU) CLEANING 
We will rome to rout humr and dean, 
drmotb four tnrta-oiec* cheaiarftald for i 
or. I t 111 AI' aork guarknteed We also 
clean carpets and automobile uonolitery 
Cal! Ambaaiadoc ll> me Bcrvlce M 3513 

KILSHAWB DIE AnCDONEERS 
III) Fort Street Phnne 0(441 

Wt will buy fo. cam oi sell for yon 
Eurntahlnge and Eff*cu 
Bee us first Ot last 

PVRtfTTVRB AND ROD8 EXPY.RTLY 
Cleaned at nur raedern nlant ar In vnur 
n ine Walls ind celling* cleaned Err* 
estimate* Caroelarium Co til* Van 
mover f. 3141 

ATLAR MATTHEB8 BHOP 
51 ittreaee* Boa springs- Holly wood oro* 
lloholaiering Bust uahlons-Nnok sea’s 
Half* — AUerailun* Henalra 
Quadra at Hlltald* a 4*15 

WINE THREE PIECE CHESTER El ELD 
Becellen’ rnnrllti.tn »IIW) *l*n *» bed 
with ribbon spring and anrlng -filled 
mat tree* (Id O 5451 

1 r\r\ GOOD 08 BU BED- CHESTER- 
I UU P1ELDR WANTED 

NOC TOR'S 71)5 Jhhneon ai Douglas 
G 4*}i 

ONE" NINE PIECE DIN ING ROOM RET. 

nr* ruiidttlnn »Jiia one (our-pieee .nee- i 
It#’ field *e' )J0a one Wee'tnghoua* 

J cef rlgeratnr (fM B 3*83 

j ARROW S ONPAINTED PURHITURE 
| west ynq mane* 1131 Go*arnm/nt *e 
'747 Ya'ge 

08ED APPLIANCES AND PnRNITUR* 
IN RTANDARDB VIEW STREET WARE 
HOUSE VIEW UP FROM DOUGLAS 

NEW OR 08ED rURNTTURB At"U)W- 
•a 1 prices and or*t vtlec’.IBD 

VOGUE FURNITURE 1IOU8E 

Pull Line of Household Purntshinga 

pandora rsrn ^rncttire 

1050 Patulnra Near Conk t k)l * 

REPAIRS FRENCH POLISH ING FOR- 
allure Ref lnl«hlng Ft»e eallmite* 

SPECIALTY FINISH ERR B 4413 

BE ED'S USED FURNITURE 
llll Port Slreel E **33 B *4*5 

FURNITURE REPAIRS REP1NIRH 

O 7773 R L Millet Cn 1413 Oak Bar 

CHESTERFIELD 8 U I T A H L t FOR 
rumpus room 15 40 R 5547 


Les Blow's 
* Motorcycle Sales 

Rises and Cara 

O 7**1 2443-5-7 Douglas St 

TRY CYCLING 

Rent a bicyeis far onlt (5 per month 
If tou deride lo purchae* all rkntaL 
p*vmtn’i allowed off the price of the 
ptke You rant Inea Cbm* In and 
tk.k true over at 

ROBINSON'S 


LAWN-BOY 

T^e ulfimote in Rotory 
PovCer Mowers rooke» 
lown movyinq a pleasur* 

Er*;her light nn’r 14 lb* -eu’e h"th 
fmwarrt end he-kward ehmtr.a’ee rak- 
ing abd hand rfipptni ad]u*rabl# far 
three rutting heigh'*— direct drive 
•iftl^ie m« -neraia II hp atr-ennled 
nn'r t'.biilar »ieel handle* aim run- 
Pei aiiu* **.f-ad)U4ling for hetgnt — 
and. H* eatl.r umlablt 

ONLY 

$99 50 

SCOTT & PEDEN 

uwrrBD 

5A4 ITlRkinRANT ETREET 0 7141 

Alas agents far Planer Junior and Bi..n* 
machinery 

i * o FARM IMPLEMENTS 

51 E ROTAR Y _ T1LJ-EI4 II-IXPH EE- 

•I1»ni rond'ttnn eacep'ional buy at 
5180 Efir<l*nn irartnr iwn-eer steel 
• heel* imprixed mndel (145 37«() Quertr* 
8* reel , K 7(42 

RGTOVATOR USED, ONE RBABGN fW 
«r>nd running order Phnne Rea'lng 
17- Y preferably eienlni* 

NEW PLANET JtrNIOR TRACTOR fTTL- 
tivatnr dive attachment O SIRS 

7E ITS JOHN DEERE fTB TMt BERT 

R0T0TILLER5 

Plows DISCS HARROW'S IN 
ONE OPERATION 

Three tire* tn lull your need 
Ph’wie f»r dem-inatratlnn ar matt this 

coupon 

N AME _ 

ADOREMB 


2 cord* $12 


BETWEEN WASHDAY SERVICE , “ 

Eiperlente flu* e**ri fartury .tarte make , 

the difference, ilruxt venire 

MODERN APPLIANCES 
• «4 Y ilea E JIMS -7 


WASHING MACHINES 

EBP A|E8 in 'LL MAKES WIT* 
rA.-rn\Y TRAINED SERVICEMEN 
ONLY FACTORY REPLACEMENT 
PARTS USED 

McLennan McFecly & Prior 

Pho-.e G llll 8or*lr# Departm*nl 
ItAfl OnVENNMENT 8TB BET 


Authorized Bendi* Service W J* 


Rendll faoiory-lrained mernamr* a 
regular ehee* en*ure* lop parformane# 
Phr-na Kent * inday 

RENT'S - E (511 

to profession al 

SF.KV1CHS 

roNVAI^AI E.NT HOMES 

THE PRIORY CONVALESCENT HOME 
AND HOWITAL 

Eo. medleal P'nt-eufslral and FBBBBIF 
pattenf) RperlaUIln* IP *h» rtrr of 
e iiarly pe>i.:e Eacelient nuretns eerfir# 
Happy hawie almnanhere 
Postal artdr»*e 
BOX B LANGFORD P O. 
Reimonl 37# 


ACADEMY BALLROOM DANCTNQ ^ . . _ 

Privaie aaaun* i.iae*#* dai.y Ballroom NO. • COOrS® Fir SCwdU5t by 
nld time La'tn Ameriean ua.iet ehyth _ 

mtc modern B 1*41 I0IJ Uoug.ae Blowef Ond Bulk 

Ell. ABN 8 SCHOOL OP DANCING ' _ _ 

Laaro ua.iet tap oatan twirling Banr FmnirP Fllpl I tH 

• last et»e. .ally 7y( Brudghion R»* B gJ4 7 t-IM^MIC • LICI LIU. 

17 mm 739 Pandora Ave 

coal E 8525 B 2424 

Buv the Best 

ul* priced cal DRY WOOD SPbClAL 

DlPLOMA I An apt »i ani in* bargain for dryland 

lAnniieM am. .. OP'iglae Dr M<W tc. mixed with 'fltek bark 

">’■ - «• .‘luil 

immedla’e «*e 

RICHARD HALL & SONS r, card. • •«*> 

Mritr* and Nattafaetinn (tinea tail 3 Cord# only Ito WI 

74k PORI BTRAA7 PNUNI O 1431 NM* Thte wrtad le hand graded twin ta 

eliminate all tawdual and rubbled Im 

media'# delivery 

PAINTER'S ACME FUEL *3, 

WI BELL THE BEST WHOLESALE 
victory count . a ns i» pay* ton the kbit 


RICHARD HALL & SONS 


PAINTER'S ACME FUEL 


VICTORY COBBLE 
FOOT MILLS LUMP 
COMMANDER LUMP 


(I* 73 PER TON 
132 M PER TON 
-43* *0 PUT TON 


° 1,111 *17 Cormorant Alrset 

BLACK NUGGET ALBERTA COAl. 
Lamp |I)M net T.»n 

*4« (15 25 oer ton 

A good grad* of Albert* Cnat . e«n in 


DRYLAND 

WOOD AND SAWDUST 
From 

COLWOOD TIMBER MILLS 


aiirami in A 4 and grad* of Atl*»rla Cnar , van in 

Under th* •#«• Of the outer* af th# ni.m ana reel gnnd value ai *ht prl' e 


lore nf Jesu* 

OAR" LODGE - PRIYAT1 HOSPITAL 
Mediral eonykleacenl end ehennle 

pa’ieau ten Jed out* «m.-i*e*e ant 
pernor* al «*’# OrOduata ouraea '• al 


No- I Douvaa f" R '«a> ani 

2 Cords $12 00 
BEST FUEL t 


HOMASOTE 

The all-weather atl-purpn*e building 
board II * oeatherproof fire -re*i*ta;tl 
ha* gnnd tneulaiina onver and ha* 
amaaing *'r*ngth 
Le fe ttle *h*ela are a feature 
4 0 * 4 0 snd I'O a 13 0 Per aq ft _ Ike 
Alta fBr'a'.af Hnrtiasoie Biding P»r 
•4 ft 30< 

LUMBER SPECIALS 

UU'lly Grade Tongue end Qrooi* 

I i * or t t t Per M (30 00 

It* V Joint, #' length* Per 

100 Od ft . ... IT 54 

PV Hordboord Special* 

4 0 4 I 0 I ’# Per meet |l 1| 

4 A t 1 0 i •« per meet _ H 40 

Fed Philippine Mohogany 
Plywood 

4 0 g 0 • * i*“ 

Be'eet F*'» Per *q ft ... |g 

FLOORING 

M*rnme-R in Burn ind Mini* Pl-mring 

Per MR5I 1374 00 

MaJEhne-Roh Birth F.oorlng, 

P»l MUM |7Tk M 


Moore- Whittington 
Lumber Co Ltd. 

Taro weal at tn# Kminnanout. »•* 
bloeka down Blllald* 


Low-Cost Quality . 
WLAlHLR,SlRlPS AND 
INSULA HON 

Not omy tn* Hunt Material But Icperi 
Adviaa Th 

Flexolite Weather Stripping 

ul eponge rubber witn enam*l lacing «» 
omplate *etg for dour* and window* 
Door hu aomotaie *1 *0 

West roc Wool Insulotion 

In Kalla ar HGNUUII 

Pwr Paurlnt - *#ve# ta Pu*. 

BUTLER BROS 

Quadra at Ctoverdaia Egg) I 

E eating Croaavawd Easting Oe 


S/10 O grad* tal sneathing otnai II II 

Beiert commao flooring. V loin I and 
aiding 

ironing ooard acmp.ai* with aranO, II 00 
500 ft of la" ‘soip ap 135 00 

(l.gni iv-dtm*g*it n»in« doors t -A a 4-0. 
I) ’KI 1-0 a g-n 17 00. 1-4 a *-0 1140. 

2- 4s*-4 10 00 

SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 

•Pram Produewy I* You 


TRADE-IN SPECIALS 

Lamp Table 111 10 

Fnur-fm.R«.e Coll Spring .. 110.54 

Three-font- three Boring Filled Met- 
trill 111 50 

E ir-frxrt-att 4-plaeg Walnut Bed- 
room Butte 1130 00 

P nur- fowl Fall Meltrev* 110 M 

Bond Walnut 7-oier* Dining Room 
Butte _ 543 HO 

A m Chtlr itiphnletered 534 nil 

Two-ptei# navenport 'Bull* 575 IB 

Chesterfield Chair .... ItOwO 

cn*»frfl*ld .. ... (27 50 

HOME FURNITURE CO 

m FORT BTREEI I A an* a B.anenard. 

• ini 

LOOKING 

For o Chesterfield Suite? 

N.i need ta . »nk further Ju«t hurry 
on duwn ana (er th»»» *p" tally prirad 
brand n»w unit* today* 

Two unir wu-plue frieae 4 . qq (-« 
suite* Only __ i I 7 7 JU 

Two only, tmall rottage strie twn-pteee 

JI49 50 

FACTORY Td YOl) PRICKS 

TERMS AVAILABLE 

TRADE-INS ACCEPTED 


M)4I DOUGLAS 
E SOTS 


BRENTWOOD 
Easting 1JIM 


B 3222 uu * ,,,DO, •‘ T,, * rr 


KIRK COAl. CO LTD 
Our #>-h Year 
*#d Eireyt 


per*<ma1 4*'# Graduate our*#* tn at w • #'r G 3101 

ten lone* dae-aioht 4tli* Quadra B 4031 

•a anno oils 

CXGVEU-Y PRIVATE HOBPIIAL L ro 

-Putty «i*1 frit gradual# «<•••»« EB80 8TOVE PDRN443E 4ND BUNKER 
Medtrai rnni aleaeeole rh'bnie# G04 luei oil* o H timi. L|g .«J4 Quadra 


Ctwwallj rarraca * 7gt4 

EMBCMPP Mnpng CARE OP Ft DFR 
ly lad e* 0 5*33 1471 Ea-rfteld Rd 


B_MH aveatag* .» assi-o !47l 

WlHIU 44 MU toy 


cBignrmnuit 

JOHN M STURDY 
'•woa.fM Cfurnpraetwr" 
N*ur»«*-om*t*r 

Olsaiftril Street 


Hit LCHMT DRYLAND PIR 

4 barsaip aal# nl HUIrrett Dryland 

Dnuata* fir ntnrkt miard wlfh bark 
• i*n». tn tl-lncn length* lllllrreat f.r 

1) high.y ter nm m ended for furnare f.re- 
i; mix Pl»e» and liirhrn tang# TBit »nod ha* 


3 DAYS ONLY! 
WOOD* WOOD 1 WOOD' 

Ansnlutaly Nn Cedar nt Rum.m 
INSIDf Oli.tCM and BARK 41. A A* II 
I CORD* - 44 M 

I COR D8 _ IM 04 

Ouarawteed PdB M#«*ii-a 

_ ■ tan 


■I f LTRULT All *Od iUbPIMt 

— ■ On* cord t ' •! 

MOLES W ARTS SUPEUPLUOUB HAIR Twn rnrds U] M 

parcaananUr and safaly removed DoraUiy At*n nww evaiigbfa Dryland fir split 
Hinman. 5*3 Beoilard Bldg G T443 waotl n U mrh .engths No -bapolng 

mmu> taw mninred rt.elleni for kltehew range 

INCOMi TAX Tin* Wood it enaalut*., rlean 

INCOME TA* RRTUBNB °°* '^Pitoi^PUEI^'GMpX'nt *'* 

Bapari aval -lance at re.’^nab . r*U* „ »||Vt ™ N m, T > 1*41 

M POWEU. Btli# "l«I 

Nt'RafNn *154111 * OlAEANTEWI hill CREST 

Nt R*IN*J Mr *.«d Clew t* Ur bl.a-.ka and .tab. n « 

BN HAR SEMI PRIVATE VACANCY IN acmfork n*. eedar tfad* in -urn You 
enquiry name for nn* afderl* Tad* Baa f *bnai gei n#i*#r wnr*j One -cord de- 
|<44 Vtrxma PreM "'•M Kkock* and •)*»• 44 so n)*. B 

■ ■ "" ■■■ _ _ . . - ■ - aryls* 4. rewdy ta-bqra Hr wand IB (j 

II FI.KSO.NAL Him tanath* aw* ’art tg |A and drv 

. - M"<k- 47 pplf wand |7 


is nighiy • e* ammeadert tar furnare f.re- \A//V'lf't COCD Al 

nlaee and gttchen range Tbi* «ood a* WLAJU Jr CLIAL 

been hand iraded lo eiun.nete *awdii*t AU Ptr. Block* and BUM Ouarantaed 
»nd rubhlMi Rt . WlH9d 

One rent .... *• 


INCOME TAX Tin* we al li 

INCOME TAX RETVBNN O0 * #a ^ PI1 

Ekpart *»al*tance al rea-unab,# rale* ,, „ ' 

M POWEU. B till - — " * Mt 

NfBalNO KKITin 


cn-intr* name for an# afderl* Tady 
Ittk vtribii* pre*» 


PERSONAL 


• 47 Epic wood »7 

MADAM 'NINA" IB NOW READING AT HILLCREST WOOD— BATTAN 81NOH 

Bear 0*1*. *•* Talas Bkrewt. I Ntghl aod Day— Phoa# ■ ))** 


S Curd* |!l 00 

• Cor da INN 

Ouarantawd Put) Mraeur* 

3 DoU* Ptr Bawdutt bv Blower III 
B sail 

LOOK' LOOK' LOOK! 

SAWDUST SALE 
Buy It Fr'onn Jack Storck 

Bail Medtie* tp Town 

I UNITS BT BUTWKE 511 OB 

B 4423 


CROWE. GONNASON 

CO LTD 


Ar# ri\i gn-ng nu"d #r add a nimo’i* 
room err naael * rtwawi* Lit’ad ba’a* 
ere tnifi* *i*» 1*1* be nt offered lor * •*• 
aart onl* a* th* start i* 'imtted 

4-4(5 0*'.- Good | (Id* per tnf*i 14 40 

* Otl-ftv*. - OlNMt I (Id* Per sheet 14 54 

« 4sl 4* S Good I eld* Per *he*t |g 44 

« ♦»! •«».- Good | e.de Ptr eheet 114 3) 

W# h*rr • good eWleeiWe. *r Other 
deraratir# i-anett and grllrwrr -an be 
mod# tmmedlawly Be* our offte* for 
the dtffareni elrle* In the IlnUhed wall* 
If ran ar* SNlnktng of oelng a hardwood 
•anellint w* have a good a*l*elf«.o af 
birth 

l/r « 4-4 a 1-0 Per ahewt 10 00 

3 14 *4-0l l-d Per aheel (0 44 

I t'l 4-4 4 4-4 Per thee! 4« H 

We «re now handling * new |!n# -f 
nrertow garage doer hardware Prtee af 
door -aeat-lar# with hardware rga na 

4 7141 3)34 GOVERNMENT BT 

OrtN ALL DAT WEDNESDAY, 

SATURDAY. fr-A AND 1-4 


FENCING FOR LESS 

ErenlDa* G )4<M 

Evans Coleman & Johnson 
Bros utd 

CHOOSE A UDDERS t IN I4H POR 
TODS HOME 

HAND-CUT CEDAR SHAKES 

for Rwo' end Rldins 

STAIN rt WITH QUALITY ElTTOBUROM 
BNtNGLB PAINT 

Evans. Colemon & Johnson 
Bros Ltd 

»ib) Wharf Hi n jins 2I0( Daugtaa 

R A GREEN LUMBER 
CO LTD 

ESTIMATES FREE 

PR AMO BASH MlUWt.BS 
STOP I PIXTTTBrs— CABINETS 
Bp*<-.al’ s is "D fir V -Joint 
MBM 540 OB 

Te.iriw cadar and knotty pin# w*n 

onneung in • r and IR wwttb 
MM* „ _ il an 

Oared etork wf 4' i4‘ fir gw tier par Un 
f*«t _ 33c 

1(11 DOUG I AS STREET O MU 

5-14 D Grade Untended Bhea-fi'ng 

4«l _ (3 75 

S D Grade Onaandad Bh-a'.ltihk 
i r pg i. ■ ■ ■ Mil 

S d tirade Daaanded BnaatliinB 
“ III ..II BO 

'« D lauded Plywood 3 «4 54 

*/1i h landed Ptrwwod »«4 H 

Robert Walker & Sons Ltd. 

Buildari Buppjaa 

m David Straws B 1323 . 


Hogel's Chesterfield House 

414 JOHNSON NT RETT O N'*3 

CASH 

POh 

GOOD U^ED 
FURNITURE 

Rlrheti Pnea# rar tn. Amount 

HUB FURNITURE CO 

711 JOHN BON BT O 4*31 

WANTED 

Good Used Furniture 

Highest Prices Poid 

HOLLAND BROS & CO. 

• .'• Pf »n 7 aTMU-T E I 

LOOK' LOOK' 

BEFORE YOU TRADE OR RILL TOON 
OOOD PTTRNfTVRt CALI K MI4 

HOLMAN & CANNON 

I 77 1 JORNBON BTRETT | 

:ep hi sm al inmtki hkntk 

rUHO WETNTZM AN” OP »To R T 

Grind heeutlfal 'one tn eiee'lant rw n 
dll lor Mtm n 2444 

CAVE PIANO BTORE 
B«* H >1 rwi nee.) e utad p'ano Alt 
g rarantaad 74^vt#w o *4|J 

BCR* IB MTTIDO AND HOBBY NT OR 5 
Ttg Panftera epp BCBR Phone t 4421 

Rent a Musical Instrument 

Join the Bebanl Band 
ar erkMir* 

Rental A apt ted n Purehaed 
Truoijwi* Truotbame* Ciartnate 

5* t m h *«». Piute* VlalUta 
Arterd ton* 

An iperpabtfy* wav wf ttnr’lng ywwr 
ehild e toot wa fd’i'altwn 

FLETCHER BROS 

IDS Dnugiae S' reel Pham# Q M4I 

Mt RADIO* and TFI-FVWION 

kACRinCE - ai-IRCV WEVrTNGRGUSS 
-mean# T Y.. awrRwl a(*s aal arras 
. O4B0T. 


USED MOTORCYCLES 

A wiinderfb. •ai*-t|nn nf guarantee. 1 
nne- n tin *v*r» pur*e end !^r*»(l 
Mekr Ven-'mirer lelaad tour playground 
thte eummer A«k about aur nuftgei 
olan Cetr term* 

Brooklonds Motorcycle Soles 

AND SERVICE LTD 
537 PORT STREET I (4)4 

BICYCLE REPAIRS 

Sr an smart Era* olia-uu end 4*il*ary 

HARRIS CYCLE 

711 For) Sireat O 7*34 

SSI STOVES snd FURNACES 

CYCLOb OIL BURNER INSTALLED " fN 
a rang* tclenllMrallv engineered foi oil 
by Moflai Bros for mattmum effletenay 
and minimum at: coovumpunn com - 

piettly in ' al lao with gravity tyalai* far 
aniy IJM 54 

C TAVLER HOME APPUANCB CO 
' If), aorarnmant Btran E J24I 

A'.L- WHITE ENAMEL ENTERPRISE ♦ 

ltd (omotna'tan ml and 1-jumer ■** 
range Cf<lN burner and new vi.bper 
rail Ine' ailed one year u» Rio*, in 
A-1 i-ond r.nn Ar^ept any reatnnai.lt 
offer E 1410 

poll HALE TWO STOVES BOTH COW • 
nee'e.1 lo ol) On# while enamel Finn- 
lav one r»»am Eawretl In eerellent 
• nndltlnn Th» Iwo *lo,e, elertrlr fuel 

& lM 0,1 ,,n * r,t ' ,or *** , ’ hon, 

PTIRNACt COMPtXTR 

Wl'h no«-air pipa* and eagniar* m 
ala. led ihrea tn all dara Ouaraniaad nnt 
in amoka 5150 and up Recal> work 
Anrwher* Phnoa B 4314 any lima 

GAB RANGER NEW AND DEED TWO 
' h'e» and four burner* 415 in |14( IM 
EAGLE RALRR IIEATTNO AND HOMK 
APPUANCEB 

15)4 Pori Btraft B 1(31 

SAVE LABOR 

Piet astltnatea jo converting tour range 
or furnoro to uii 

AS BOA KIK B 2443 

HEAVY 4k GALLON AND «0 (} A LION 

drum furntca with nr wlihnu) eating* 
Model -Bhart Melal Wane 3010 haul a* 
WNIIIII 

HURRY'” HORRY' 

Pre# range wiring offer at Mai# Ei*rlr|« 

Good entr to Marrh 31 t»4l 

till Clink Rlreet ft 4UI 

GRAVITY AND POffCTn AIR FURNACE 
Intlallattnn Wnramanthtp end hea'ir.g 
taiiafartlon gusrantegd Logan Ptiret 
Metal |g)t Oak n*r Avenue E 407-5 

ALMOST NEW ALL-WHITE ENAMEL 
rant# -opoe. roll *17 52! Can#' * HI..*# 
Store art Fort Slrert t 1411 

FURNACE REPAIR.NO AND fNNTALLA- 
’tuns sir oond't.oning P* •• weltmatew 
Hugh Neuman O >004 

MAJOR SAWDUST BfTRNRNS WE 
ar* your lorai agent* Oamaetta «*iea 
7» Burr.nd# W*«t g JilJ 

MrCt.ARY PTTRNACE8 AIR OOMGI- 
Honing repair* Model Aheet Metal 
TBlb (Jougla* Blraas E 3511 

LATE MODEL rt-EiTSI r MOTTO U*T 
range d# lute model *144 ate.? ga. 
bag# 'turner (15 R 43T5 

USED PDRNACES AND RAWOMfEI 
•urner* M-o* 1 *h*o. Meta' Min Onngiae 
Btraos 

ALL NEW ZENITH ~OIL EfNO RANOE 

wi’h Cyrio* mf burner inaiaiied 
*)« (Turn bora 'behind p’«l oil.ra. 

GAB SERVICE - INSTALLATION - 
N 3433 - GORDON PAGE LTD - B 1433 

rr’RNAC’l AND RTOVt REPAIRS GAP 
and *ld*a eonnmlane G 0404 

NEW GAR COMRINAT7GN RANGE 
Open*: nr. re Southall*. 744 Pandora 


yr.eave vend m# hr return mail a ropy 
nf vnur free hook telling me a haul lha 
NEW LIGHTNING CHANGE ' nvtnflllsr 
and lie man* wonderful aiiarhmen'e 

ROTOTIM.ER A AI Nn 
1*57 Dnuglat R'rret 


THE NEW FORD TRACTOR 

Oolden Juni.e# Modal an dlaplay 
NOW 

Tou va nerar aaen a tractor in maicfe 

this nna. 

NATIONAL MOTORS 


TraMpr D vision 
Show ronm 


■33 View Sirs** 

vision*, a a. 


SAVE $100 

1952 M T. TRACTORS 

Two on!v Trjg.ycl# or B'andard mount# 
with Tourh-O-Ma'ic Hydraulic Control 
iM NO - Regular II 4*5 

$1595 

Your 1 John Deer# Daaier 

Peden Goodman & McKenzie 

Paln’i Hardware McHary Abhlianre* 
507 rnrmorant At B 7i)I 

CLIFFORD ROTARY TILLERS 

Perlerl scad neit traparailan up (0 nm* 
inrhr* deep Very powerful ret PSlIly 
handled Thr#* models to rha- v# from 

APE THEM AI 

GARDEN HOUSE 

EAST SAAN|r H ROAD EIJl LAKE 
Ph nna Cdlqulla 114 T 

Mp ANTiqim Rnd CHINA 

HE (.'APT AIN N ANTIQUE SHOP UK 
.que* tiampt coin* *44 Purl g 1744 

-■ >N * 4014 AH I fUl'f PI » 
nflut* Hirer ar.d rhlns 1107 'Toel RL 

J*x MIS(F.l.r.ANF.ni8 
►OK SALK 


WELCOME 

Pled * fPP r mi he-# 

In Sue vnwiethin* er#’* lime ro-. a. I 

*> our el-.r# We dor. 1 ekpgc' It anrl 

• e Ilk# rr.'i lo |e#1 'hal ,»u ran rnn.S 

If. *» oj'er. •# im wivh wnhnul being 

nbl:» Bled Vl4ib# eon li ire vnme'.hii.g 
Dial eni. d'dn t knnw » n. needed .if 
m**»i* tn*. .1 '»'l a friend akmfl •nine, 
thing ton -aw bul wh#lh»r t”.. do of 
no 1 w* -1HI •#» ifiana* a million fnr 
rom'na in 

WALLY GRAY A USED FURNITURE 
tl! -414 Jnhnenn N 1411 


ENTERPRISE RANGE 
wood 114 G 44 (d 


COAL AND 


'CYCLOS' OIL BURNER 

Tvwubla-peeo Eff icleney ReaJ 
Pronomr 


ln*’oi.atN>n faaea Pwroifk 
• rarythlng Cent eta *14* 


BUTLER BROS 

Quadra at Ciarwedai* gear 

Eeallng Croaamnd Sealing aa 


NOW IS the time to buy 

Cool — Wood — Oil — Go* 
Woter Heoter* — Runqes 
$15 ond Up 
CITY GAS SERVICE 

AND APPUANCEB VIG 
417 Cha uitni Oar# B (334 tut o »1»J 

Mm MAL'IIINKKY 


NATIONAL machinery CO 
UMltWd 

Dl.lrlkelnri for 

Mining. Bawm.i. Lwwgtna and Cwntra«tar 
Equipment 
Itoe.nrt Invlled 

Gennrllto (eland Vaarwn 1C 

TRADE rotrs OLD MACHINE POR A 
TJtlla Ren ford rear r*l» -Wtnriar -plaeiwr 
Oliver nhvibe.uriM Equip C# N 3314 

C A TTR PILLAR fRACTOR WILL TAB* 
• hee l tree tar m into O tai* 

w«i GAiiiRm tntf Mjrrun 

free' BERRY CAT AI on 17? WTTH 

eal’.sbto lip* on pgwiai permnei 
I'nwMrrw* and raapPwrrto* Many wtbar 
bwrrw* lie) *4 GwMatraom Barry Par* 
41** BEL UngfoeC 


Q(RIJ) RAYON PA*»TIX» 

I It I Y>a>t Gift 

THB BARGAIN SHOP 744 PORT BT. 
A OM PlS.e I" Derr 


PRIVAftE RALE 0 74*5 

Hand pump far oil herrei 
Two-raHon lank tnd e'knd for dll •'**■# 
Men* nil drum hearer Bunt and drafL 
Tran' rod *• Mllward * mil’ r*ne d.i.i 
' ee| landine nei rneel-niah wader* 
Two plr kel ga'et 1 and I 
Indian rufln, rntrm* man* *'• 

Of liter • greatrnat and vers* alarai ( I 
174 lb* Bed .Ml 

TAKE V 0(711 SKA VINO Pwnsi.E.MR TO 
Ihe Shaver Bhan We %m nelp rau 
##l»e' ih# *h#»er Thlr’»-d#r trial 

in rnnOnee vnu Llhe-al ’rare in allow- 
anee One limit repair •err|r» 

THE SHAVER SHOP 
1014 Rrnad 81 re#' E 0041 

ATTENTION' TODWGOfERA AND OLD- 
•tert Whether you have a hnhb* or 
with I*, elan ana /* u U find 

« ou tired si 

(GNIUU4 AND CM A PTR IINIIMI7 ID 
74' View Rlrewi I'r.sr.e B 7 AM 

Ml VALUE IM 

Onl.e* I min m n * I * pr<i|*e’»r »»«: 
etudia parira.) rati era i.arga n IM 0B 
ramplel# w"h p air* 

LEE WAII l.RB 

Pawnaruier INI Guve.nn.en* 

HIGH E-NT QUAUTY 
DNPAIN TED POKNITURR 
In emart deelgn* direr, from man'jfaw- 
iwrer id ym»l 
RAM W- -ODCR APTS 
llhl Gaee.nmani B)r#e) R 4541 

POR YOUR DIED WANNESS or? 

ISLAND WASHER 

, »'*#’ ei ## , a v •er' Nepairr >d An Mteag 
o', Warning Me htnee 
• 14 Che .hew Biraat B *415 

SMALL TYPE SUPER FLAME OIL 

r - - « WMI'MIII AMVA • 
gr#r. Brown enkdr Po» ntfaema'laa 
phone E *14) 

LOVELY NORGE ELECTRIC PANGR 
4’moe' new on# large burner vnd 'Wd 

-me I b'ltaer* 0»*-i wej P.ir# I >oo 

Alma*, new IBM Cana S' G 04*7 
MDDER8 

All type* Sum Ul iaat e lifetime 
PI 4 Tf HEP RUPPLIBR LTD 
3*30 Dwuglaa Slreel P tail 

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE SPECIAL 
walnut and bird t-eye Bfapie dr***ert, 
evl English aa* udebwhfd Na A’jn ■ 
gay tarn* III Admiral* Hand E 04*1 

NEW SHIPMENT OP NOYH.TY SALT 

and pepne.e fe«m lb 
CAROI ANN CHINA SHOP 
•14 Pwr I Street N 37JE 

REYN P7TTTD TO TRUNK* SUIT- 
eaves lark* eff Umbrella) repaired, 
PRICE 8 RET SHOP 
M 7 Pari Q reel G 4731 

GOOD DIED POWER MOWERS PROM 
(44 any a •»• wawer 

enneqli #n eager' Power Mww*. Saws 
and Kerr ire Til Humboldt Strew! 

nouin.t" bed for sale in oono 

rwndiuan Pbwpg E 7455. 




24 *" (1 N ttoiontft. vidwi*. I 

Tfcuradoy, March 12, IfSJ 


MUCEIXANKOU8 
KOK SAME 


HOTKIX 


47 CARS FOR SALE 


47 CARS FOR SAI.E 


LIFE'S LIKE THAT 


DO U OLA*. A 


By Fr*d N«ber 


HILSC'ELLA N KOI S 


AN OPPORTUNITY 

TO PCKCHABK A hkALTIFVL 
FIVE-PIECE 

ROYAL CREST 

CHROME SUITE 

r OK ONLY 

$1000 


DAVIS 

MOTORS 

TWO LOCATIONS 
900 Fort St. 920 Votes St 


ISLAND'S LARGEST 
DEALER SAYS 


NATIONAL 

MOTORS 


RIT2 HOTEL, 710 FORT ST 

PtnUllBHKD APARTMENT* AMO 
ROOM* - I 1911 
Elevator dare Ira — P«aunl ar 
Tranateni 


ATTENTION 
NIGHT HAWKS! 


Your Ford Dealer 
Since 1909 


JU SUMMER KESOKTS 


Prestige Cars 
Popular Prices 

BUICK Bed An, D) nafioe | 
Hit Inner radio 'lain 
Candllloa 


APL* INN MAPLI BAY DUNCAN. 
J. Open iij tutu. KMwM rele# 


IM1 PIUH an AU U.ed Car* at 
F«’ra P»>| to ih* Rum 
' ARE OUR SELECTION P1HIYT* 


When you're lookinq the 
town over, you can't 
miss the Dozzlinq Liqhts 
on Yates, iust above. 
Ouodra, where you can 
see the qreatesf display 


YOUR OLD BOILER WORTH *23 
®n • new ih«rroo*l*tlc*lly controlled 
S*'', 1 !* Heater RIM VO At 

P 7 ***_ DELTA ELECTRIC OKII 

nmi * *, crM ukz iiti sinofr 
machine IM •. upm mat. t»«r> 
Jf 1 - ^™* 11 *•' *>11*11*101111 initriK 1 19 
JUS Upper Terrace Q I04MI 


OH. BERT HOUR* 

Varannea. i»n room* farina Rearm Hill 
»n» • *o under ronairur'ion. available 

• horny, i*i(* aouoi* room, cround 
floor, oriur* window*. o**i look mg 
!•** Famed for food Moderate term* 


TODAY'S SPECIAL 


$3250 


BEHAN Htt fu.lrm 

r ><■1111(10* r Twa-mpr 
ndutwA wap ti in 


nine* St’ 1*104 MEDAN complete 
ippa.ni m*nu. lmmiculaie from 


I'jmprr 


;** * *»*• Ltd . no John ion Bt 


where on the Island, 
And the Used Cor values 
will dazzle you too No 
wonder we sell far more 
cars than any other 
dcoler on the Island. 


FORD TUDOR Heeler * n 
o**f-drl»» „ __ 

IMl PORD HBDAN Heater 

I Ml PRirBCT RnM. Like n* 
I»'l HU I. MAN HEDAN HrAUf 
1*91 PORD ruDOR litaier _ 

ANrtl^A TUDOR 

I 1*38 Mil 1 M AN PI DAN Healer 
1**9 M'lRRlB OXPOBD PIHAN 
Heater 

1*S0 POND TUDOR Keeler 
,••« rorncj bed an Heater 
1019 PORD REDAN H*dlw and 
heater 

)«« PON 1 1 AC TUDOR Redta ar 
neater 

]*«« PONTIAC HEDAN Radio an 
h>*lr| 

ill* PORD S Pauengrr Coupe 
R adln ano heater 
IMl MERCURY «rUAN Reft)., . 
hralir 

!•«* AJU233M TV POR lira r; 
10a* AUSTIN PEDAN H**t«r 

!«*• PORD TUDOR Hr*. 

1*4* MONARCH TUDOR Rid I* 
1*4* MERCURY TUDOR Heater 
1*«J MiRCUHY PEDAN Heater 
Na» mini V*r* clean 
1*41 PORD PEDAN Maatar 
1M0 MERCURY rsKDAN Heater 
1*M HU 1C*K i«lAN ILdramaU 
drl«* Heater 

1*1* BIUREHAKIR PEDAN _ 
l#U CHEVROLET REDAN _ 
1*31 FORD REDAN Hea’er 


JAMES RAY HOTEL 
A r«*t-rugnd luw »m.j rata far perm- 
anent ruetu with or without mrala Hoi 
• nd cold water and a telephone in eeerr 
room Televiaion entertainment Room 
wita meali ai low a* 139 per eral 
3*8 Ooeeromeot Street. Pli on# 0 11*1. 

RN HAH VACANCY IN COUNTRY 
home Write Nun* Lamraida, Ardmore, 
R R No I Sidney U 3414 


LEA VINO POR U 8 A - RPF.C 
Rarouk ru*. blu* b*«a*r«urid 
darfell. * , |j, * !4 Victoria 
Apple at Offlrr 


$2450 


MACDONALD'S LTD 

111 YATES 8TREEI 


COAL AND 
bunt*, run; 
linoleum* 

P or 


. WOOD RANGE STEEL 
leir tan- burner hotplate 
•atonao.e o MB* alter I 


PONTIAC Sedan, radio 

and bearer 

CHEVROLET 
Two* Door „ 
CHEVROLET CLUB 
Power gild*. radio and 

heater .. _ Down 

PONTIAC . 

Coup* __ . 

PONTIAC Club t 

Canoe _ _ , 

BXUOKBAKCN STAR. t 
LlOirr coupe _ , 

fSTVOFB AKEH Two- . 

Door Ha-nan J 

CHEVROLET „ 

Sedan J 

PONTTAC e 

Beden 3 

PACKARD t 

Redan , . .. J 

CHRYSLER * 

Sedan .. g 

CHEVROLET Two- * 

IRerr Sedan _ J 

PONTIAC g 

Big *.I 3 

PLYMOUTH m 

Sedan _ 3 

DO I Pi E ClUO » 

Coupe J 


WASHDAY'S 

S PLEASURE WITH 

BEATTY 


YOUNO COUPLE IN MODERN HOME 
a ruld like lu board iwo )nunf men. 
Pull ooard II* per are* B *U4>i 


AT 

WILSON MOTORS 
THE DIFFERENCE IS 
ALWAYS LESS 


AI.WAYH A OOOD BUY AT ACME USED 
P irnlt .r« Two run f luur* mean ■(•■•«* 
•a.'ttlnn for rou PRone EC Srt > 1 

DRY HEN MANURE WITH PEAT M'rriM 

* V r ^i ,3 7 ! 10 •« «■' MCki aul 

Inr juried I Poliv orwn cj *0*1 

PICTURE PR AMINO : 
Wllllamaan I Photo and Art Htora «»u 
Pott 8 1 ree L 

Ar.ur-.., u: < asm reoiaTERH. 
ilia r anine. •, nualne** forma J R pipe* 
B Haitian Svibmi E #021. 


LARUE WARM H(X>M POR ELDERLY 

'om»le or two fner.d* Nurtinn car* 
Boa 1*2*. Vlrtona Prr** 

ROOM AND BOARD FOR YOUNO MEN 
Hiti* la and double, twin bed* Walfcii.a 
dltrar.rr E 1*75 


HOOMH COMFORT, PLEAHANT HOME, 
nue dDirirr- Y RMT-ln ; rare elderlj 
Cduplr O *7*4 

PLEAHANT CLEAN HOME POR BUSI- 
n**» man. earaiient meal* walking du- 
tanre III* Prinrata G VOii 

BED-BiniNO ROOM AND OARAGE 
Bra*kla»t It de*lred OUVI 


It's the difference be- 
tween the allowance on 
your present car and the 
low price you pav on a 
Wilson Used Car thof 
really counts — and at 
Wilson's the difference 
Is a'woys less than any- 
where else, 


mo REST TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE AND 
THE SAME E-Z TERMS 
ROW AT 


That ‘ii so 


I’ll rrnipmher to ic»*t non* drops. 


'Ntrrhl' 


Th# World* Pine.t 
Brt Them at «1« Pork 

MANURE. PULVERIZED^ DOCK 
H'r. lack IJ WO min. mum. de.iaen 
P* rm I- l ion » Bldne* llo 

NEW AND U8BD OALVANIZEI 
fiigoted mm U .del Sheet Men. 
MIS Doug I a* Street 


40a FLATS and APARTMF.NTS 
TO RK.NT, INU RMSHKI) 


17 CARS FOR SAI.E 


VICTORIA TIRE LTD 


WELL - HEATED ROOM AND BOARD, 
bear of home 0 9JVJ 


1*2* W AT *« OR AI L THERE 

leJJ PItmnu'h Hadan Rave gjvo 
*00 IR lira 

1*4* Pnrrl Cu*tnm Hadan rrrntiil 

motor 

1*4* Pom te-ian A tnap at anl 

194U Sludetiatrr Champion, clean 
• III. tie 

1913 Poril Con pr brand nrw muto 
clean U-inrli *r,aala 
Many more to ihotMe from 

CAPITAL AUTO RALES 

Rig Halartlnn ' 


OAK HAY BF AFHONT 
Itl.Ag Hearh Drive 

New apartment now available IDA • 1139 
Ptv.oe r)07l» Valr.^e Apartment* 

niMKK BRIGHT W ARM CLEAN ROOMS, 
cabinet alti’hen. elect >ir aioia s.jii 
quiel bu «lna*i cimplr |rki month F B99d 
or H }2t4 after 3 

MODERN TIUIEEROOM APARTMENT. 

. *le<lrl« .tote, n, gmund fiooi »ep*r- 

room and Hoard row young man rn ' r *nce mmhi. -in., ur- waikifig 3*li Dnuiia 
— | *- * dUtance Ui town 103* CoUinann B’reet 

3 1 j - ROOM BACHELOR APAKTMKVT 
for rent *43 0<i per month Annie John- 
*'°n A Co Ltd HIM Broad Street. 


COMFORTABLE HOME POR WORKINO 
girl 13 mlnuiee front town a S47« 


SAVE FOOD' 

SAVE SPACE 

With a FRIGIDAIRE 

APART MEN T-BI/.E KBFfUtiBRAT OR 


UHRD 


SEWING MACHINES 

enaction, all g.v^i condition Elba Bala* 
sad Rarvlte, mb For t itrm Eaju 

WEAR PIERCED EARRINGS 
Bleep* re or earhook,. IJ uternne free 
B C John* Jeweler in* Onvrmmrri 

NEW REFRIGERATOR LARGE H1ZE 
ftrerer Cult »J33 Sell lor 
|2us B 3939. evenlnca 

f*** 1 "* > * LENS 120 TWIN REFLEX. 
1-300 eer . Aerelle*' ten* hood Mitr*. 
Ila»h. gun email Irtpo.i gild E 32*4 

OAK DINING TABLE BIX CIIAIHB l*A 
vanlte auil drr..ar 12' Uneoge* dinner 
aarvi- * I'han# B 4744 

RAHV HPI.NDR Y WANKING M tCHINf 
reconditioned. Ill* a E Te.br ki« 


»c Sedan Redm and 


mine food e'Oiage tpaia 
-pmind Ireeter rampar menu 
•nd »afe:y tndl< a or 

hedraior for tegeiablet and fruit 

Fl^L'KI) IN VOUR HOME rOH 
ONLY 


heater 


Speciols 


BEBT VALUE —194* PONTIAC Si 
rite fur tie* itrr«. lo m-.nltu full 
aae nsufanra pa* hcru-r -ma] m 
T'.'al price |l 790 Turn- I i: 
F 3A4J 


-mobile Sedan Heaiei 


COMFORTS OP HOME POR A YOUNO 
man Eirellent meal* G 27*1 


M HI CUll Y 
Sedan .. 
CHEVROLET 
Sedan _. 
DODGE 
Sedan -.. . 
BUIC'K 
Sedan , 
BtltCK 

Sedan 

AUSTIN 


iblie Sedan Kaitlp and 


37 BOOMS TO RK.NT 
FIRNLSHKD 

J COMPOMTABI.E - RLEEPINO" ROOMR 
1 ttrm hum* fur 3 ladle* Light Kil- 
' >ien pnviiegaa. rio*r lo Kaduimal*. 
*'ore» and bine* B 491* 


GM-mublie, 3 <*oor Rad: 
healer 

Clie.r.i|*i Sedan Haaiar 


ACCOMMODATION OP ALL rt PE8 
U3 SAVE YOU IT.ME AND ENE 
RENTALS UNLIMITED 131* BRO 


BUYING PR1VATKLY1 MFF US POR 
j°" rafat to finance that purrpat* 
L'-ana arranrep »hll" ynu wait H W 
Miller g« Co 1904 Government O 4441 


EASY MONTHLY LEKVtS 
MAIN FLOOR 


TWO BEDROOM 


SEIT- CONTAINED 
nir, range, fridge 


arch Sedan Radio end 


«4» PORD BUSIN HAS COUPE I 
iiely shape Rfiuthwmd heater and rli 
ros’era, jppr u( rn.frii J! 900 uilie- W1 


Nit ELY FURNISHED ROOM BUB 
ten ire at door Walking dlttanre One 
«» 'Wo girl* O 0441 

SINGLE SLEEPING ROOM. AOTOMAT3C 
hot water and heat Fireplace butlneat 
man 1137 Hilda Street E g|/io 


TWO-ROOM SEI.F-OONTA1NFD BASE’ 
rnem aulf* Walking dialanre B 4 30S 

THREE ROOM COMPLETt FOR RENT 


itoor 


USE CUPRINOL 


:«r oi pickup 


THREE-ROOM SUITE 713 LAMPSON 


water wheel * inch “or Lasting protection 

- garden hotr DUlng. .10 00 WINDOW SOXF-. GARDEN 

STAKES AWNINGS GU ITFRS ETC 
A wood •!»(! faoric pit>*rv«Uvc to «iou 
• ti or dry rot 

SHIP CHANDLERS 

.McQUADBS LTD. i 

1714 WHARF STHEXT PHONE E 1141 


"HEART OF AUTO ROW 

41* Vaia* Street 431 View 

O 4177 

Open Earning* Until t p m. 


LAROE BRIOMT ROOM BUSINESSMAN 


TODAY'S RED-HOT 
RED SPOT" SPECIAL 
SAVE $150 


PORD 

PLYMOUTH 
Sedan „ 
DODGE 
Sedan 


GENERAL ELECTRIC 1 
cuum cleaner leaa than 
•t 130 R 747 « 


UPRIGHT VA- 
i year Bargain 


FRANK 1V1NOB 


HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 
TO RENT. FURNISHED 


4i FLATS and APARTMENTS 
WANTED. FURNISHED 


MAN'S DHEBH BU1T .TAILS 40-43 
lukedo auit 3g-40 imail «, ,.»| laihe, 
atiretrlc broiler T. 0904. V 30-7 30 pm 

ELECTRIC WHIT* ROTARY SEWING 
machine drop-leaf table model. H90 

E 121.1 


PHEVROIXT REDAN EdUippad 
• Hit heaier Newly painted 


ELDERLY LADY AND NURSE COM- in one-lun truck O 

Panluri rruulre fully l.irni’hed aulte -at - - - 

'^bkaluraub “aw'Tep’J «’ « M’XE SEDAN 

or ihrea n.onlli* frum April l or 
Oak Ray district with new ei 
aiewart Clark * Co, G0317 

BY CIVIL SERVANT WHOSE 
and !w.» r-ai tlaiiahirr arrive |ro 
land end of March M<i»t he *fti 
near Hear .in H-U Park Bux 14. 
lorl# Preta 

RENTALS 'UNLIMITED B 


PORD 


GLADWELL 
MOTORS LTD 


BUICK 


HimsoN 


larm* 


194* Mercury Coupe Heater _ 

1*47 Foid Sedan Healer 
♦«' B'*h Y Sedan Radiu and beat*: 
1047 Kalter Re<»an „ 

i»so Moiril Contertlbia 

l»U Dudge Two-Uuor 

11*39 Rtilrk Sedan, Contertlbl* 

19*9 Htnck Coupe ... _ 

lyiw Piymnuih Sedan Ileater_ . 

19411 Plvmatith Two- Door 

1941 O.dtniiihlle Twu-Unor Redan * 

1919 Chrt tie* He.lan 

l*4ii Parkard Sedan Ba.tm and 

heater . 

1*41 Pni.Mae Redan Heater * „ 
•930 Pontiac Two- Dour 

1*49 Chevrolet Two-Dnor 

19.1* Dud re Redan 

1*4.9 Dodge Two-Door 
1*49 Ford Sedan . _ 

1*1* Chevrolet Two-Door Heater _ 

1*40 Chevrolet rv-lan 

1*49 Mercury Coupe 

1*44 Mercury Two-Door _ _ 

1*1* Ponllar Sedan Healer 
1»4C Plymouth Twu-Donr 


l»t.A DOUGLAS HT 

»ur*Df# it well wrlti 
Hawke* Potter Ltd 
term# H eacon 3101 


ADTOMOBILB IN- 
lea at low rate* 
14-bour telephona 


LINCOI.N . MERCURY • METEOR 

' Victoria's Volume Dealer" 


And Trucks for Every Type 
of Job 


W ARM ROOM EVERYTHING SUPPLIED. 
•19 4* Logan Arrnur after i week 

A*V* 


RFK THIN pon Til 
AUSTIN A40 LATE 49 
COLOR, PER PELT 

TIRES HEATER. ETC 

THERE ARK NO HF1 
town than at KM M 
“ c ~* 


K BEST nurt 
LIGHT CRI'AM 
SH API GOOD 

M90 K 31 14 


WANTED 
MISLKLLAN KOUS 


'33 Meteor Sedan, automa 
VI Buick Sedan Urnafln 
91 Dudge fleuan radio, hi 
'&! Meteor Tud.tr .. 

VO Meieor cuatum Tudor 

4* Meteor Tudor 

•» Ford Re,,, n 

4* Chevrolet He<tan 

44 Pivmoutn Club _ 

4* Nath Redan radio 
4* Mtrrury Turin* 

4* Pa -karri Clipper 

41 Pnrd Tudor 

* 1 Marrury Sedan 

31 Naah Sedan 


TOUH1BTH. TWO ROOMS AND KITTII 
enette available March 19 lo June I 
B 379* 


STUDY B AKER l'*-Tun 
Flat Deck _ .. 

INTERN VnoNAL l a- , 
Ton. chaaai* and cab 
CHEVROLET Flat Deck, 
I inn _ .. 
MERCURY 3-Ton. rab , 
and that*!* _L _ 
CHEVnrjLKT S -Ton , 
Fane!, low mileage.. 
fl«C t»-Ton , 

n t 10 _ . 

CHEVROLET 'a-Ton , 

Panel . 

CHEVROLET *«-Ton 

Plrkup 

PORD S-Tnn 

Pickup — , 

SEDAN 

DELIVERY 


No rh ar ga to land lor d* for Hating her*. 

Ila FIATS and APARTMENTS 
WAN TED. UN KU RN IS II ED 


NINE CUBIC FOOT REFRIGERATOR 
one month old Mutt tell R 1242 


FURNITURE WANTED 
Wall* Oray liaj earned a reputation over 
'ba yean for fair oner* Ha pay* the 
Bight*! poviiblg cath pncei far your »ur- 
piua furniture Pleat# phone B i«j| Poti- 
llyaly no obllgaiiaa to ar|j unleu eon 
ara fully tatulled Thanka ful** 

ISLAND JUNK - WE WANT TOUR 
ragi. beer bottle*, toon. iron, uaeful 
thing*. E 0343 Town, country 


•39- FRONT ROOM 


1 009 YARDS GOOD TOP BOIL 32 71 
yard, dellyere.t F 4704. 

ROLL-RIM BATHTUB WITH FIITINOS. 
g.xxl rnnrkl'inn E 8311 

Frm SALE— OOOD BALED HAY. ALSO 
«*«>d locker pork Krai me )»r 

.NINE PIECE DININO SUITE IN OOOD 
condition O >11(1 

ONE BLACK -DEC KER SKILL SAW 
O 3729 


QUIET MIOOLE-AOE COUPLE, 
out children, require four-tonin' 
unliirriMheri attar men I. :n re* 

•ariloD. around middle ol April 
atoie and r'lrlgerainr LW.irkb 
• nu Q gun local J4J. gamma 

FOR APRIL I OR SOONFK — 
rimmt and hath two adult*. Ho 
Victoria I»re«* 

TWO ROOMS GROUND FLOOR. MOB- 
•rate rent E 0979 


:n !«3« HUMBER HNlPF 
*1 pi'ientat tail -owner c 
afier 3 lo pm, and A, 
p m 

l*U AUBURN CON VE 
>np. body and tlrei run 
F..rt Sireet Q 3438 

'47 MERCURY DE~LU 
•ena#, healer general 
9990 Phone K 0470 

1*A3 HILLMAN MINX !J| 
>adio air-connn mnin* 
•ignal light* egtraa t 

10*4 PONTfAC SEDAN 


irit • tier Sellable f. 
Ubllre 189) Pembroke 


WIMBLEDON HOUSE 


HOUBEKEEPINO ROOM EVERYTHING 

WI14. STORK PIANO POR USE OP Phnne B 9294 

Kmg •' luU Phooe light houbekcepinci ' room 1147 


CLEAN UP SERVICE DUMP TRUCK 
two men O 8431 


VILLA ELEANOR 


— LARGE DED-BITTINQ 
room* HouaSkeeplng 801 Trutch 0 2234 

ONE noUSHKEEPINn ROOM FOR ONE 
perton 2843 Blanahard. 

ROOMS TO RENT. 


O RAVEL. CRUSHED FILL OR ROAD. CAB! 

Sarrirn anil rocke, clar Q 9421 amai 

SOLID .MAHOGANY DINING TABLE REXJ 
• fl hr 3 ft 4 ll»« two leave* R 499* more 

ONECONVFRTO PERFECT CONDITION CABI 
S4A lid Moon BOO 

IJX3YI) C1REY BABY BUGGY PER PELT Ol-D 
qot.Omon g.14) E 4Mit wort! 

BRAND NEW FRIDGE FOR BALE K 710V ANT 

PG K PICT URE FRAMING— -DIPOONB * M 

FOR R UBBER STAMPS ~ DIOOON ■ "* 0 °° U 


BRfTlSH CARS 


FIVE RiXlMB kAND SUNRGC 

funmhed, for Ait month’, fn 
Oil heal Good lnc*t>i<i, A 
Refei rid ■** rruilired Phone U 
E 1124 


91 Cnntul tb>i*n 
91 AutMn Medan _ 
90 Ailt’ll. BeiMn 
4* Ant. in Nrdan _ 
VI Hillman Sedan 

90 lliilman M ilan 

91 Prefe. t Sedan , 
M Anglia Tudor 
«* Anglia Tudor 

4b Hitman Sedan 


— -- — LIClirT MOURE 

*' ,p «"“g^ Ladle* preferred 330 Man 

yii wik ’UPSTAIRS 921 SIM- 


l»4l CHEVROLET .UPFCIAI. DE LUXE 
Hedan fl-a l rr »4W9 ij ||i« f ,,e [r . d . 

CUNY COUNTRY ’OTr AGE FOR RENT, lrr, n« *44 fart Ri reel ti 1433 

vwntrn'ee Lull" mll™"ou! p/’mi ' M 7039 , V AN(k4IA,,n Mrf *A V EXCELLENT 

after 4 U In r.mdltlnn 81 OSV Term* it nfet.ary 

U ^vrninit 

NFW HITNGALGW CORDOVA HAY. 


DAVIS 

MOTORS 


BICYCLER 


W ARM IIOI'HEKEFJ’ISU HOI IM POR 
man. kltrhrnrttr all lounri 121,4 Yitea 


:iHm IIIIISKKUI'IMi ROOMS 
TO RENT, IJNFI RNISHKD 


On# nrlee l« eyrryune ei 
ma'ce.i ami our gieat 
liantly III a’ night an 1 
• >n p’ain aighl 

1898 Me’eor Sedan fl 
hea’er, cutlom 
1890 Plymouth Five 
Coupe Heater 
l»'HI l.hei rnlet Sedan lie 

1947 De Solo Sedan R 
beater . 

1948 Mrreurv Sedan Me# 
1947 Plymouth Con yen ii. 

Healer 

1*4? Old, mobile Bel an fl 
neater. Hydramatir 
1*4* Plymouth NriVan He. 
1*4* Dodge Sedan H*a-er 
I8AI Mt-rn* Olford 
1*4* Chevrolet Two-Door 
1*44 OIrt*mnbi!e Sedan 
Htdramatie 

1®A| Auetlli Kenan 

1997 Trluniph Solan 
1*4* Foul fW-dan Heater 
1*37 Oltgtmolrlle Sedan 
1*44 s.andaid Caa. b .. 
141* P«,d Medan . _ 

1*3* Dodge Coupe 
Ibi7 Aian.’trd tnt.n 

1940 Paird *>edan 

l-ijg Paieard Sedan 

1 **24| Plymouth C (Ml |ab 

I»il Hillman Medan 

'974 p-ird Coupe .. _ 
1914 Oldamob'i* Medan 


PORD SEDAN. R 
better new motor and 
3012 Chumhert S’ reel, aft 

MW SALK-1843 Pl.YMtl 
brook Low mileage m>h 
ofiei.y log Hrg.-n Drive. 

or f'HEV SEDAN OFIJVKRY 
up »,»r» old Healer miii 
mile* Perfee’ rondltlnn 8 

B- 19*A PACKARD f-EDAN 
Owner leaving rllv 8 1 B0 
— 4 ti m 


TWO LOCATIONS 
900 Fort Sf. 920 Yates St 

G 8154 G 8342 

Evening CAlll R4I1I . B 4900 
PORT STREET SHOWROOM 
OPEN EVENING# UNTIL 8 


TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS WITH 


‘Ila POIJLTBV, II A T< HIM* 
EGGS, ETC. 


STANDARD 

FURNITURE 


USED TRUCKS 

98 Fargo l-ton Dual low mllaa 
44 Inlarnatiotiai Dump 
49 Merrurv ’.-Ton Pl.kup 

49 Thame. ',-T»n Plrkup 

44 Mercury l-inn Eapreaa 

47 Meriuar 1-lon Plat 

48 Dndge )-lnn 


10 FLATS snd APART.MKNTS 
TO RENT. FUR NISH Eli 


THE CHICKS WHICH OlVE RESULTS" 

A”W i« vh* time to order your cblrka 
Uvef 19 yaara *«p*ri*nta in producing Moi 
good pouitry 1* aur guaraniea of quality win 
len p Jra and erbaa breed# tn aeJeci from cim 
Write for particular# and prlre# and r»- 'n% 
member “ll'i reaulia (hat eounk" Pre 

RUMP * SINDAL1 LTD 
Langlay Prairie BC and Vernon. BC 
J L LANQ Vancouver Uland Reprb- .Jffl 
lemauve 1871 BrarfMi Rd AJblon JllO 


A V Alt-Alll.K APRIL I. 1*93 
n three room (ully-furni.hrd aulte 
Pembroke bath *70 per mnntb 
10 nait and ocean |q minute* from 
No children Bog 1417 victoria 


BIG 

BARGAIN BASEMENT 

SALE 


HOUSES TO RK.NT, 
H'RNISHKI) OR 
UNFL'BNISHEP 


BERNIE 

NICHOLLS 

KING 

OF USED CARS 


Bperlal. cab 


SEDAN NEW MOTOR 
1818 North Park A- 

FIVE MONTHS OLD. 

00 O 3348 

1 IJFEOUARD TUhFJI 
•Nope E 3.108 

•«rr»ANrrTE radio 

irre. gi.poq n )087 

.1000 MILE® CASH 

Plume K *414 

TO BALEb ^ O 1431 
*4* V alei 


800 Pandora Ave 

open NiauTs nu • PU 
S3I11 iDayti ■ jin 


WIIATB BEHIND THE CHICKB YOU 
>'iVT 0'*i-riptlv* catalogue on requeal 
New Hampahlrea Leghorn* ■ An. It*. 
iorp* anil croaae* 

SANDERS POULTRY FARMS LTD 
Cluverdai* B C 


3EKVE8 BROS— MOVtNO AND HTOR 
**e packing, crating, locti and lung- 
dlalanca moving la. laiand, DC Mam 
land Prairie point# Lift- Van aervu-* ti 
Vancouver E *832 


FURNITURE 
APPI.1ANCFM 
BSDIlINn AND 
LAMPS 


AVAILABLE MARCH 13 — COMPLETELY 
furntahed aeif . rontained four - rimm 
;vl‘* '•"* h * rt ' eler jnc a lichen Rem 
lllb rweeqafntiir Manamna Phone E 4S4I 
fnr appoiiitineni 

THREE SUITED IN Npw APARTMENT 
oil heat furnUhed II deelretl J8U7 
f'413 Nanalmu Sireet and 770 Market 
order every Iuetdaj anti *" r ' ' 10 

ouog pulleta about 10 lay. NICELY FURNISHED TWO-ROOM 
III l.iuaaruad 0 8148 *Ulle, gaa range furnace heated 1 m- 

atanl M water ground floor Aia.l- 
aule April I % 00 .i 9 

fOUH - niX.M BUTTE FURNISHED, 
healing, water, telephone at bua at an. 

t 3*D ''“a “" lT 1,50 °* k B ** *»* ,,u *- 


ALERT SERVILE TRANSFER CO LTD 
When atovina tall ua fur fait reliable 
™i«* «« Vancooeer 

1C 4101 


AMAZING LOW PRICES 


WE HAVE THE HIGHEST 
QUALITY CARS ON 
VANCOUVER ISLAND 


OLSON'S 


STANDARD FURNITURE 

VIEW RlRM'l 
BARGAIN SABEMENT 
Dnwna’air* In Bcollard Building 
View Street -Jual Up Irnm Duugl** 


HOI SKS WANTKII TO 
kknt. H KNISIIKI) 


Iii. c /ir " ALW ' AK D services 

1314 Quadra Street s 1827 
***** ********* VAUXHAIJ. B8DT 


BHiriaii aurtin 


Shrewdest Folks in Town 
Buy Used Cors Here 


.1 . la , V.- SALEB AND BE 

»f* Mailer* Mnior Co Lid. E )Mi 


*3b IIOI SKS WA.NTM) TO 
RK.NT, UNFUENISHKII 


Bolivar Skookum Chicks 

All nupular breed* erwtaea and Brullar 
Chick* Write for our 1831 reduced prlre* 
anti edurationai literature Portv-one 
year* of rnntinunu* aervire 1* your aaaur- 
an<# of top Quality and cuurieom aervica 
Batiafactlon guaranteed 


WE ADMIT WE JUGGLE 
PRICES 

TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET 


BUYS FOR THE BUSINESS 
MAN 


WRECK INQ PRICK' 


Dodge offer 


IDOEWATER AUTO COURT 
••• * inter rain n >iw tn effeet 
oil renirai heating and rofni 
Hu* ampa at door Beimsni 49 


QUIET COUPLE WITH TWO SCHOOL 


a«- ■ ntldren dealr* rnmfnrtal.le threV- " rDAN • ICENBED 

nmroom home with nil hea’ m Gat u ™ a ' *' l, ° He-mont I4T X 
Rai Garden denrahle Phene Lieut - 1*44 PONTIAC -arriAN is prr,. 
O.nimander Donalriaon B8]|| titenaian ahap# fully wjuipped' Ke.Tm* P ^r 

COUPLE WITH TWO CHILDREN WANT Epw.^b ^N^rnON 


GREASE GUNS ! 


PLYMOUTH HEDAN 
ditinner, one owner 
""lea De Lute 
Model 


POLLY FURNISHED 


$2497 


room, bedroom, hathronm and kitrh 
and prt*aie garaa* OH hr#i Reim< 
198 If 

TWO ADJACENT ROOMS AND BA* 
in private noma Kepara’e or logeih 
two meal* II 4lba 

DE LUXE BACHELOR TYPE BUT 
avallaule April 1 Thunderbird Aut 
•0" Dougla* (i 8432 

LOVELY TWO-ROOM SUITE IN MO 
*rn building 114 pe r week Rnauira* 
teilred cnuule* Reference* E 414R 

SMALL TWO-ROOM BU1TE SINK Q, 
elnve automatic be*| *,19 Nnn-rinn 
era only Arnrn Apart men’ a G 8400 


A popular item ij you 
qreose your own car 
or other pieces of 
machinery. 


BOLIVAR HATCHERIES LTD 


FORD HARDTOP Iwo-inn* painl 

oLlu mmm $1100 


PLYMOUTH OLfTB COUI 
wwnderfdl but Air & , 
ennd|i inner J | 1 

CHEVROLET TWO- DOOR 
• audirig ia,je _ , , 

Heeler .. $li 


BUICK CONVEPTIBIE 
yellow Otie nwner , 
Down . 


IIOKSKS 


K-M MOTORS 


WILSON 

MOTORS 


FOR BALt -TEAM LOGGING HORSES 
harnea* J Snider. Mrtrhnain 


FORD CONVEPTIBIE 
reliiiw Cnnilnen'al kit 
iP'wn 


PI- V MOUTH SEDAN 
end. beater 

Bon,r« .. S 


CATTLK 


R» im 


LAOOHTER HOUSE 
au kind* Pica up and 
yn»* nf iiveatock bought 
''»e* Cnlqullg 288M 


LIMITED 

YATES AT QUADRA 

CHEVROLET OITJSUnkILB and 
CADILLAC HtADQUARTERB 
OPEN KV8NINOB - K 1148 


CADILI AC CONVKSTIRI.f 
• if Ml cnndlMnn * 

Doan J 


FORD CONVERTtBI R radln and 
heater white wall* & C r\ 

Dawn . 5/OU 


CAPITAL SUPPLY 

Company 

"Your Surplus Centre" 
1501 Government G27I3 


4-Wheel-Dr|ve Jeeps 
ond Trucks 

Stotion Waqons 

Now on Di'eplov 
• Our New Showroom 


OARDEN MANSIONS 

OAK BAY 


HIGH QUALITY BREEDING flUDOIES 
1 hi* uetiiieii and petligieni Nnrmalv 
III oair three pair* 81* <u pan, 444, 
Re - 1 1 f Ml opallnei II* pair litre, pair* 
M* .1* pair* 144 <*learwinga 413 ear h. 
10 pe'.r. nf ready -lu-nrreii Curkailria 
»3' I** 1 r Rare and beautiful African 

iaiei.itn Ru k Maik or Fl«« lire, |)o 
e.-h All bird* in perfect ri.ndlflun 
biliet Birch Atlarie. |8ii Sperliac 
Aienue, N Burnaby. H C 

BREEDING STOCK CANARIES AND 
Woshpr budgie, nre-dlng aupplle* "1*1111* rood*, 
c breeding age. neau er< ratland. 823 

•ndition* fnfl ,l 

SAhY RUDOIFN l 4411 

- | a I :,U MISC F.I.LAN KOl'.S ~ 

IJ\LST(K K 


BUICK CONVBRTtHIJt new 
' HI Iws g r 

Doan >7 


Our Most Loyal Customers 
Met Us First on Our Used 


with uimttttrurin] i p« 
Large living tanm with inn 

bed r ten m twin Ireda If de- u r 
•n and dining nmiai All 
ud Laundry and teryue* 
TUIt luaury accoanmudailori •'* 


PRICES SLASHED 


BERNIE NOW HAS 
4 LOTS 

TO SERVE YOU 


Check these volues ond 
consider our reputation 
♦or customer satisfaction 


ring ar eMiregr ar war* «nnp Alan 
• m appruainuiriT 17*14 fbr -i 
rkahup Bii-uieu at 29 SI Bridge Hi > 
•e 'q Oarbal.v Riud App • II Cr* 

' (lor** Rnad Ben B 3841 

lO'.'d DOUOLAB STREET 
r l* jftUlfb with nark-rrMtin and -a 
'tab e i-hotog rapher it 838 per moi 
«a IIP4I1 al-rw *1 818 Well ne* 
nne O 7138 


B«u cur Better Uaed Car* for 1 aa*' 

Thrs Week's Special 

0-4 7 ">WW SEDAN, RADIO^A' 

FM/ heae- A .per,#, a ^ 


U>« KI.ATS and AI'AKTMKN I 
TO KKNT. tNURNtSHfl) 


ON YATES STREET 

945 - 951 - 1030 

B 624] - B 1032 - E 5913 


Bparlteua a par intent rnmprl<lne Hein* 
r/mm with flreplare bright kitchen with 
eler'rir atove and Erigiiaire nedomm 
Pent 1*3 per mnnftl Quiet aduita 
Apply 

A BERNARD ft CO LTD 
874 PnM Street 0 |m 

MODERN FOUR -ROOM BUTTE iv eb. 
d'llmall Living rnaim kl’rb.n with eler- 
trlr range Two hedrnnm* and bath- 
room Rent **» in retpnnalbl# tenant* 
Aoply A Bernard ft Ca Ltd 82* Earl 
S’ reel Phone G 8314 

BACHELOR S' 1TE FOR RENT BUTT- 
able for bualneia lady, with eivcirkr 
aiove and fridge h-at and hoi water 
«u WIN led Bendik waaher and dry9r 

Walking diaiancw to town Pure t v> 
O 4334 


i«!» STORE 


STREET - Omrt AND 
o ii* mnnihlv 
R BROWN \ SONS LTD 
Phone O 717! 

!4 OFFICES POR R ENT ~ fN 
R’llldlni eiavator and lanUnr 
Immediate ooaeeialnn Telephone 


AUSTIN 
1 910 
willea . 


LOOK NEW BEATTY WASHERS 
PROM 111* 30 WITH TRADE-IN 


AND Iionsr Hay nice ant 

Vlriory «ee«i nol* r e. tied one 
New .eed Mm tear L Thamp 
rentaomt K'auar If v 


Authorized Willys Soles 
and Service 

1187 YATES AT COOK 
» 3823 


The Best Deol in Town 


,L SHOW YGU 7 HERE S NO 
tR WASHING ACTION LIKE 
COME IN OR PHONE IR. 
TODAY t 

MAIN FLOOR 


DODO* DB LUXE 
•EDAM 


AT LANGFORD 
BERNIE'S No. 4 LOT 


OLSON'S 


BEVERLEY HOTEL 
ACCOMODATION fM LHg HEAI 
Victoria in a gwod-eiaa* rtotal a 
eral* rate* We lake ear* of tr 
and permanent ftaaaU Houae 
rnotna aiallabl* 

Rnpiy leleeuioa in out oomi 

lounge 

T34 Y ATTS 8TREET. VICTORIA 
Phone* U Mil O 837b 


COMPARE OUR VALUES 

QCT Fold Prefeel Aedan- g/^nC 
VDZ Red in and hea'rr $795 
nag Ford sedan Radio diDnc 
' hoater: law mileage J> I 

950 SS-SST'ESe $1295 
95 ]*2£r B,Um $1295 
950 tr oD,u,t M 1095 
949 L?: - ^ $995 

?48 SSr $745 

95) Snii? _ $995 1952 D£ LUXE PONTIAC 

?36 KL. $295 


CENTRALLY LOCATED ft ALL PIANO 
and kitrhen facillt ea g 4731 8-3 p m 


STOP’ SHOP 


BRITISH AUSTINS 


Yatie gnolee 
Ataatln aedan* 
Fru*d frum 
1027 w, »»4 


BUTTE FOB RENT tDfPtTRNIBMED 
Walking dial ance Bar- he lor aulte gw. 
trie aloe* hoi and rnld water V*r*nt 
Marrh | iteol •« M 

PIRANCIAL SURVEY LfMtTED 
1334 Government Street O »vn 


CENTRAL WARM 100'S 
Lonk>ng for a nice. qu,r 
Ighl noil tek replug room' 
Roiai and Anar’menti n*i 
jlfet *itp abundauFo u 
iteaiw nr*i ren n- .no 
Pbwn# tn earn r«Ant Inveai 
moderate rale* 

NT JAMES MOTEL AND 


SAVE $$$ 


DOWN 


RAT POISON hail prko 
D»K BROOMS 
ARMY HAVERSACKS 
PLASTIC GROUND AHEE T ' 
POLDINO ARMY SHOVELS 
MONEY BEt.TR , — 

"TXJOOLE flWITCMBB - 


fur uc*en-Air Snow rooms 
Are Open From 9 to 9 


ABERDEEN HOTEL 

•*!*« Quiet Surraundingy 
Cold W*:«r ip Every Worn* 
<**o m Dining B miw 


CRJMIMOMn.l •RIAN 

• till _ 


The General Warehouse 

WAR SURPLUS ANNEX 

1«|J non, nwwr Port E48JI 


fmn -do* 

"uhnlatei 

4af rftete, 
FW mil 


aedan llthi bloa n* 
Air rwnriHloner M 

Eaar-B*e 


OLBN COURT ROTO. 


$2495 THOMAS PLIMLEY 


Mostcrs Motor Co. Ltd 

•I* Flow ram. ua 




PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN DC 


47 TABS FOB SALE 47 TABS FOB SALE 

1 Ft*' I r iMipr fUlHt UAL 

J KA \A/P)^\r\ •> Plimoqifl Tudor .. •'<* 

• *“»• >«/wL/ M aiudmitr Chompien Beds® MU 

aaC'v-r/'brje '** ^°*‘ 1 

onw i ii r 0 «d si«t ion w»gnp .. _-9>9» 

10)1 YA7EB 07HEET l* Chevrnlet R'lUn Delivery __ I*!' 

37 Pom B#dan ... 471* 

The Home of Reconditioned “ r,,, ‘ 8 * rt * n “ !;,! 

r . 34 r<ifd A* 'll n 

ona buoronteed Used Cars many aih*r» imi ntMermaa m an 

| QCO DUDUI COKUNCJ nEOAW- 

iy:>2 a 1 , 1 :, vatu i* bernie nicholls' 

igc, Df SOTO H.. Chrya.er a fa- OLD CAR CORRAL 

I 'Jl n*i.u« |v i.innir Irani m iMlon 

Lr.Z^' SZ. $ I 100 ’“5 YATES B 6241 

Iftr I CHEVROLET SEDAN Vary **• ’ t " 1 r fV” ,or u,d ** 

I tD I naan rni. B aa rou II m proud u, ‘ l! *• 

JT $700 

■ '.I C A I EC 


J. Mr WOOD 

MOTORS 

10)1 YATEA STBIirr 


17b PABTS, TIRES and 

ACCESSORIES 


1952 

1951 

1951 


up nr dawn. 


NEW 6-VOLT BATTERIES ' _ 
$11 50 Ex. 

11-Volt Arm* fiber flat naiUriaa. 12) aa 
II muoUis guarantee 

otancib AATTtniM * rmu ltd 
111) Quadra Otraal Pnou* E 70)3 

I7c ALTO BLPAIRs nr h 1 

SERVICE 

ENOINl - RECONDITION INO • FECIAL- 
tale- 0*1 our prices Complete lob ra 
flare maun fusions. plus rina* N.n 
»nain* performance Imi on taa and 
all CllFT Dow MAN OARAOK 134 
I'jHNSOh 

MOONEY'S AUTO BOOT SHOP 1 1171 
Complete rojllalon r»Dain oalnllni at! 

PENNY’S BODY SHOP ~ PINE0T COL- — 
luion repairs. JQol Duugiat h 433a — I 

4 7d ALTO FINANCING and J 


Bobby Sox 


By Marty Link* 


ssr $6oo 

1 OTO SOTO AEDAN - An aarep- 
I 7 Jr tlonall* clean car and me- 
chanically good > n-jr 

Duwn _ $Z/D 

1 070 DO DOE SEDAN— Cuainm modal 
• VdV #*--*i'*-,t "-*t. nan anrn 

naim TViwn itJU 

1070 PLYMOUT * BUSIN BA* COUPE 
I 'jy Thl» la hard la neat naan 
throughput hai IMI re-nidi- 
tinned na'nr * nnr 

Dean i/ZD 

Many Mora «f AH Mttai and Mndaia 
la Chooaa Prn* 

A WOOD HAL'D CAR IS 
a nooe Ijabd car 
P hnne OHM — Open UnMI I pm 


S3 ChaT'oirt Powergilde, radio IE U 
II Siuileneter V-* equipped I) 3! 

’49 Punitai radio haaiar *1 

It Chav Bwuan radio haaiar II M 
II Marcuri Sedan Coupa. naaiar II )S 
47 BukcJL luiiy equipped _ II 71 

41 Au«iid Hadan rltan -L. IM 

41 Bui a Apactu ladan _ II A) 

41 Plymautb Sadia Ml 

la B'llrk barter . — IM 

11 Chevraiat Sadan Haaiar »4S 

Ws Rui B*li and Frad# Up nr Down 
Libera) farm* and fradsa 


J34S Dout'aa Siraat 


Pnona O Dll 


1953 

Nash Statesman 

Nash Ambassador 

Morris Minor 

Morris Oxford 

Morris Station 
Wagon 

Now on Duplay 

VICTORIA 
SUPER SERVICE 
LTD 

Blanshard ot Johnson G 4934 


LOUIS NELSON LTD 

I) 7 PANDORA 110 JOHNSON till* 

1953 Licenses Included on All 
Our Cors 

III) Hanry J , haaiar 11 dOO mile* II. Ill 
1111 Dodge Club Coop* haaiar.. 11.111 
IIM Plymautb Sadan. radio. 

haaiar — _ .. 11,11* 

IIM Vanguard Badan. aic#llanl_ It 29S 
1141 Vanguard Sadan, air 

condltlnnar — .. Ml* 

IMI Vauihali Sadan haaiar Ilka 

naa tl II* 

1141 Austin Sedan haaiar parlaet IM) 
IMI Piifact Sadan haaiar ... I 1 !! 

IMI Biandard Oroshaad 

Cnnvarnbla .. 141* 

IMI Marcuri •*lan. haaac 11041 

IMI Plymouth Sadan. haaiar _*I1I 

III! Dndit Sedan 1)1* 

11*1 Ford Badan. naa'ar — »))* 

II) 4 Ford Cnarh. aarallant mntor IITI 

Trucks 

11*1 Aualln Pans! SlailOn Wagon II. HI 
IMI Marcia ry Hall-Tan Pickup II. Ml 

IMI Pard Thamaa Half-Tan Panel 14*0 


COMING SOON 

VAUXHALL 
General Motors 
Lowest Priced .Car 

Smart naw body lining Comp dal y 
naa mo or Hadan onla 11 tit rum 
Plata with haatar and Slimier, Ca- 
< Itrarad in Vlrtorta. 

Esquimolt Service 

J 147 Monarch Solan A1 rondt'lon com- 
plete with ri**i* ( >un »i«ai «pot- 
IlgtH #n*-o» iat ar II II* 

IMI Hillman Radea. 

rapoaaaa>u»n apanal laid 

Hal Pnrd Sedan nrar pcrlacl candl- 
ilnn 4* hi 

11)4 Chat ruiat Tudor, rebuilt motor 

repoiaaii m l*)5 

H»a aoova and oihai axrall*m ratioataa- 
I alona mar be nandl*d wl'l) aa law aa 
10 par cant down a* — any i rennneibie 
family 

I CORNER EBQUIM ALT AND ADM’pALB 

E *4*1 

CENTRAL AUTO 

IM PANDORA TO JOHNSON B Mil 

DON'T BUY!! 

B - 4- U - C 

Central Auto Sales 

BETTER CARA > MORE PEOPt E « I.K8S 

NEWPORT MOTORS 

Ml PORT AT. O MSS 


I M0 PORD TUDOR haa-ar arai 
cavara n»w urea Idaal lamilr 


Top rondittnn 


$1595 


1950 PONTIAC COUPE 

Light ftlue flntah gra* interior 
Haaiar Low milaaic Will ac- 
cept trade ar tat mi 

$1995 


PITZER & NEX 

MOTORS LTD 

MM Daugla* Atraal — I 491) 
YOUR Hll.LMAN DEAl EH 

torn HILLMAN MINX nt tOXt 
I T DZ AEDAN Only 4 000 mll*a Saw 

car auarantaa Bare lino 

payment $550 


I 7*17 LUX* BEDAN fully aquispod 

mtiaaia $1695 

. q -q rHBYBLEN WINIMOA ARDAN 
I V4y Preemmatie Drlaa. Radio i'r 


Reduced la 

tall 


$1995 


948 Stums* $1295 


RUDAON SUPER SIX AEDAN 

Si" si 095 

1 OCO mUJ 4 AM M'hX Etcyptlop. 

I YOU ally a and candl- j | | 
TERMS AND TRADES 


1947 


Mr Bnwtn. E 1)04 

47s TBI’CKS snd TKAII.FRS 
FOB SALE 

I MO PORD S.TON PICKUP It Ml; 
1014 Pnrd plrkun 1360 1050 Mr.rrla 

S-tnn ITS* IM) Dmlga l-irtn panel 
ISO* IMS Pnrd I -ton nanai tty* imc 
M ercury ) ton flat. »• new tl J%0 
Trader terms Rural Aula fele%, a 1*11 

1941 PAROO •.-TON PANEL HEATER 
In aatrllenr condltlnn thrtiuihout 1*41 
lie ante. MM trade and la r in • atl Furl 

At root o im 

I IMI MOHRIR ”1 PANEL DELIVERY 
real economy Raraaln. »4’-n tarma 
Halantun Barrlca HI at Inn C M41 

I.EAVtNO TOWN trWINu TO POOR 
health Muat im 11)4 Che* truck in 
! |'iud ahaua KSlIt 

1 NEW HOME OP INTERNATIONAL 

MOONYY * BON 0)1 View At E4ITT 

Hid PAROO 1-TON TANDEM I - 7 - Y A M D 
graaal body and halkt. E mi 

TRUCK 

OPERATORS 

Aualln Tr»ifk» lead in# field in 
taw Operation Coiir 
Law Capital Eapandl'Ur* 

NOTE THEAf PRICES 
1 1 *00 LB OVA 

Tw-’-'in raa and ehaaa a. tpara lira 
dual r*»r haaiara tar| * , nnr 
dalrnilark jlWj 

11 W» IB <1 V W 

Three-ion ecu and thaaala. epara tire 

Dual rear, haaiara and ir-i-inc 
dalroatara iZZVj 

W.’h Iwa-ipaad » a / -*r 

rear sale jZOJD 

Prlea Inrludaa pstntad your talar 
Par furrier dtteiie. ohona ar call 


AUTOMOBILE PIN ANCINO 
Purrria-#» uf autiimolilla a nouachold 
apptlanrra and induatnal rquipmant 
financed on muothlr payment olan 
l.unna on l^ta Modal Can 
Raaannabla Hataa • Prumpt Vnlce 
ISLAND PINANCEN LIMITED 
111 ) Broad At Phone O ard*n Mil 

PURCHASE YOUR CAR AT M% 
REDUCTION IN CARRYINO CNAROKS 
4W. INTER EAT 
ON UNPAID BALANCE 
Oil 1.ESP1E MART *• CO LTD 
dll P ORT ST O ARDEN lift 

CAR INSURANCE COWTS ONIY Sit TO 
rover m H C tu gat a peak card 
J W BUCKLER INSURANCE AGENCIES 
Phene y IHA Room I tu Oayarnmaot 

tt CABS snd TRUCKS 
WANTED- 

" SPOT CASH 

Paid (or Ooocl Clean 
Lata Modal Used Cara 
DAVIS MOTORS LTD 
9R0 Port Street 910 Yalta Street 

CARS W ANTED ON~ CONSIGNMENT 
muat oa clean and in good condition 
prater lata models 

WCSI COAST AUTO SALES 
91V Unugla a. corner of Hroughuin E Mil 

BAH CARS WAN-rBO pon 
i ca«h Cauttal Auto Bates leu Ooualas 

CAR® W ANTED" CASH OR CONRION 
mant Pillar 4> Net Mutora Ltd E 40JJ 

WANTED- IM CLEAN CARS )« TO aa 
Ctl v tutu Hair » B 1910 

WANTED— Hit TO~ 1943 CAIt SCLMN 
prrfarrad Cash Call, B 1041 

CAfill FOR YOUR - CAR NEWPORT 
Miitnrs 944 Puit Street a 34*4 

CLEAN CARS WANTED TO BUY e»gg 
ronaign Call I) 1)41 Princess Auto 

WANTED"- THREE-TON DUMP" TRUCK 
eel hot O ISM 

13 BOATS snd MAKINK FOB 
SALK snd WANTKD 

D2AKKA LAMINATED BOA I KITH 
famoui for deyign and eavy aaaemuly 
Eicluaix laminated oak Siam and rifle. 
32 models front 9 ft Orem to 19 ft 
cruaier 

THE PArtRHh HSMViem S IIM 

19*4 Summit Arenut E *4)9 

BOAT LUMBER FOR SAL* 

Yailow Cedar E O fled Cedar-Hard- 
wixvde - Ealra Iona plywood oaneta - 
Boat plana els 

RUU.DXKR BASH A DOOR LTD 
1*0 Qartially Huad 8 1171-1111 

rRAIOFlOWER ROAT WORK** 
Wharlaga. Marine Wars Repair Shop 
PAINTING 

FtBHK OLA SB BOATS 
940 Garthland Road B 4704 

WILL SWAP 110 VOLT ELECTRIC 

flume w r i)rr and ca«n for rllnkar- 
nuut row butt E 3744 

ALL CASH FOR CABIN CHUIAEII 29 TO 
1* leal In lenilUi Please give age aim 
full partlrulara Bus 1770 Vtiturla Praat 

BRAND NEW tl-FOOT CL1NKCH- 

t»uili rowboat in* 39ii Auitm Aiatiua 

E 1)9* 

AUSTIN 1 WITH PRRNH WATER IIKAT 
eiehsngp good conilninn Pruina after 
ala E 1494 

BOATB AND MOTORS FOR 8 ALE 
OOltOS BOATHOUME 
Phnoe B 7*31 Kvertlnga E 9111 

18 FOOT CAR I N CRUISER ~THR?.E 
rear* old: 11-foot ply W Odd float lor lt-49- 
boars B 97f»4 or O 9918 

19*1 JOHNHOM NEAHOBNP OUTROAltD 
EtOtOra Hanna r Marhlna Wnrka O *319 

BCHMEL7. MACHINE BHOP 
9*0 LANGLEY STREET O 1*91 

II - FOOT PI. Y WOOD BOAT 14* 
engine uroctelltr ahaft 44* 0*711 

1* HP EVINRUDE MOTOR. GOOD 
condltlnn B 11*4 


54 BUSINESS 

OPPORTINITIES 

LOOK THESE OVER 
ALL ARE GOOD 

Qftrkao Hrm S ■ arret t«»alr Ilia- 
ronlR bungalow Au<o italic ail air- 
enndltluned heating Wired Inf rangy 
All-alartnt aranden far I tiM rhickma 
Ctt* wafer and pow«t A going cam- 
eera and a dandy too. $ | Q 5QQ 

WruaJaaala and met! trakary in city 
Brat modern equipment, long leave 

t irofliauie going eoatrar* lung ai-an- 
linid Owner rallrtng Off*n carry* 

• _ ssaoo 


Coffee bar 14 a'uaja living Ojariata. 
• leads oueineet far n goad district 
inng laare Trim It ra- e i<vrei 

5 ** Z DU 

. lommr Watrra. O 9*49 aranlnca 


• *9 CORMORANT ST 


Grocery - ConJecrtonery 

Weii.aituatad modern store wrtin |iti»a- 
hednvom Being quarters targe living 
room adjarrm to vtnra Dntna a'-aJ* 
turnoear auirabie for a rnunla 1 Siwt 
a.iuroiloiatalv 91.700 Bltkneta nnei 
sate Mantac* apprnklmately '4*0*1 

• auld h* assumed Building vtork III- 

• urea and equipment included a <h* 

:r pu " $io5oo 


SK LISTINGS CAM EI.l.EI) 

13(1-4-9-9 TRENT ETREn vrW 

an3' Mr Jaekion ol Erailrad Raalt* 
Ue 799 ftr-ri (tfeat Plr.ae !»• »(»ur 
pr. per v w in ut Phaua Blue 

MR WELDON A PROPERTY 112 ttvn- 
tart Htrrei Hated e*elu*t»ely with West- 
ern Homaa Lmtlrd B 3U7 

-S6s LISTIMaS WANTED 

CASH CAfrn- CASH 
REVBNUF OWNERh 
if you really want lo veil lui with ua 
w# nave hundradv of inquiriav it. wit 
prairie people Call W«»a Dlefcla 
ruCKir \ t o n»Ai 7Y 
13) Port St B a)i2 lEvaa I 34481 

WE HAVE BEN'ER 4L CLIENTS WITH 
9) 0M rash and lesv log a >n>nn , a.- am 
an 4 tn 7 mom hornet Call now for 
erttpn Ed OUnn. E«entn|v C 4<oa ar 
a 9397 at VERNON MARTIN A CO 
LTO 943 Yalei Bltrtt 

USTIHOS UROBNTLT REQUIRED 
North Wystan-, Serunilrv ID Sinhart 
Hulldlns 74* Yatan O l.i*4 


fuse it i a pleasure Empire Realty Co 
744 Yate. Hi E 7441 


Aqtlu dnluttls! V -cywrvn. • C 25 

Thuradov, March 12, 1S$J 

57~ HQl sEh FOR SALE 

K. & S. 

SACRIFICE price 

Owner* tur>| <ei Mainland 
Mu ' vail a* Ultra l»mr- 
disie iiiUMuiim on nil 
i.- room well-pui it h.mta 

Full , ament haveinertr 

Nearly tie* furnaee L-*>a,v 
tot Vt iflin I't-tmia rirrle 
Taira undri 499 A good 
home nr a dandy lnye*t- 
meir Half path • ill 

$5250 

C all MR MICHARL 0 41)7 
fyenlltga O M0# 


p,,r * S 1 0 500 m * T " T 

EIGHT SUITES »7 hoi 


" ni * 

bungalow rontorlMKC nil* 
• r>i mi rvtc • '* i»'‘i»9 ' ••'*» £jrr- 

UUrLtAtd iila* a and oak finor Din- 

k _ • mg n-ocn modern ranine t 

AINU Aiteflan wuh tile vlnk and 

REVENUE PROPERTIES r*n»r«. 

■•a-hfii-im p -i I l .amrnt 
All types tf ratraue iirupaiiiaa urgently bavrmeot with At'IT)- 
requlrao Prnmpl attention tltTir ou "irnara and 

• u^nmanr* ele.--ri r hm - 

BERNARD & CO LTD J: r Z. 

Iff rout »T Phone GUI* ’*** ^"t'p’ia- dm’^.l' *-.q* 

rir.EP i« i. hiwii iran%* 

nnr»#«i0«i 

57 HOISKS FOK SALK fce*i v. * .. 


‘Kver sinc« Alvin'* been ibkinc <hRl pwyfht»loE> wurw. hr'g 
CFrlainly Ipsrniiig liitvv lo |ii|i>Krile uilh !he jrtiup!" 


Sre the Latest in Outboard 
Pleosuee — 18 Ft, Express 
Outboord Cruiser 

81s -firut beam, of -litfh full marine 
Plywood Vlieen wl'h mnuldad Fibr.g a«4 
ratlin nip Tula! weiim only 747 I L • 
fin he opera • ay) a l Mi Johnvun l»-h p 
uutiwtard lo attain 

Speeds Up to 23 M P H. 
Fibreqlass Dinghies 

Aee 'he veitv"tinnal Davison Fiiir»ala*« 
9-fn.it dir-ghiav nequira no mainla- 
nanrr lati a lifetime Pr'ee compiaia 
with air tanka t 2 r.n im 

ANGUS MARINE 

BALER AND RER VICE 
*94 TAfES STREET ' O 7431 


51* mortgage loans 

UUHTU4LO ARRANGED PRIVATELY 
and quii-gl) Fulida un hand also NBA 
loans Hope Realty Lto Campbell Build* 
inc 1029 Douglas B glia 

5i WANTKD TU HOKKOW 

WANTED- CLIENT8 WITH LARGE OH 
small sums ul muoti to tn«r»i in llrat 
mortgaeaa al f. and 74W intrreal good 
fioruit IV oa»mrn;e looutriea apure 
dated i D Smith ar W 8 Kirk pair tea 
G 9JU* Finan. isl Survey Limited till 
Government S'reel 

II 4*0 FIRST - MOHTOAUK - I<EQUlltEt» 
un properly Mild for 14 7*0 Ttiraw-vaar 
larm. O’. interaai tM a month. 

K*yp'<a«in|y people •- mortgagors P rase 
rudtarl Mr Foster llawkea ra>ter Lid . 

1100 DISCOUNT ON 1900 RKtXIND 
agraemanl • interaai 4)0 par month 
We litchly rerommrnd lltl» lor a email 
ln»e«tm»nt Conte- l Mt Foatar, Hawkes 
Putter Lid . B 2101 

VlR T1MBKK W ANTKD 

LAROE OR SMALL STANDS OP 178 
bar standing or felled and ouicad 
serried of roid derkrd Alan >onc nr 
•hurt logs Atom Lumbar Co 119 Jonn 
son Street West B 2J49 tvea. CJ0WU 

54 BLSINKSS 

OPFORTUNITIKS 

rra your business to read this 

a AUIO COURT Seven threa-atar 

units Showing votxl returns Also 
i utoti itucco rancho Beanie marine news 
A sift t'ii.btll) 

It HOTEL Large elty hotel Big ne- 
rrsan-ie Pan traite considered Tesy 
- terms 194 010 

t: DOWNTOWN SERVICE STATION 

MITE One uf U t available lor a Ilona 
ns-ur i'Hv reitlre Hargain lltiWM 

G BTUCCO BLOCK Modem vtght-auna 
• paitmem «ru»iut *7 4411 Rattgrs 
i fridges Mstt »)9.a.i0 

E WATER FROM It SHORT Cdttates 
siurr trai'ium biMlItousa pier >nit da 
lute h'Nne lor owner Won t laat long 
al only *19 iXm 

P OAK BAY APARTMENT BLOCK II 

suites Ranges refrigerators Overlook • 
ini -es Strain heavy otl heat, Oeoaroua 
term* PU BOO | 

G NEW L AR AGENCY AND SBHViCR 
STATION Right «*n autn rnw In a prrsa- I 
prrnua Up-Island town What a chant* 
in gat into business lor yonrsall with a 
Imw down payment aia.Yn 

FOR BUSINESSES SEE A BUM NESS 
Rt-ALTOR 

MARRIOTT REALTY 
No 1 71* Part K Oil) Res E 1(9* 

Vtrttsrlg • Revenue Headiaartera 

I*-. NET 

SIDE ft Y SIDE DUPLEX, clnae to l.egta- 
latlse Ruildtnsv Modern aiiprilnt m*nts 
futures fknors automatic hut water 
heaters ate. veparate me’art separata 
heatlna and flainrr.otns Always lanteil 
Happy tenants on earn side pay 1*9 
'each- amt their own utilities hasting 
ate Tumble -tree net g* I* • lo you 
14 ooo ca n Full price $8300 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUMT1KS 


FIRST TIME ON MARKET 
ONE OF THE BETTER 
CITY CENTRE BUILDINGS 
EXCELLENT RETURNS 
TOP CONDITION 
GRAND LOCATION 

HEAD I HEBE FALTB 

I. Pupular and well-ravaflltshed yrisit 
slorat on atrae- frgnlagr all Situ 
ultra -mtsorrn etterlure g-ving smart 
appears tire id building 
) Building is an one of the beat trait ic 
•ount areas 

J Srrond Itour of (>• es are rrn'ed to 
esreliant weil-anown cnmoanlaa and an 
ulthes ary mndern 

4 No neea tar sunrrvision here tins 

wvh-oppennved and pnputqr huivomg win 
beronir more vaiu.'tnr awrh veer •«) la 
what CONSERVATIVE INVFbTGRS 
DREAM OF 

I* Vrrr gu>>d rtuwn town purprriy la 
hard to come by and return* are not 
usually a* high aa apart menu In the 
alburn* BUT THIS SPECIAL BUY H 
HARE Put net .* hi and proof n| me 
abase atetrmrme please phone Inr 
further information and appnlnimant t«r 

!Si»"'"' S 115,000 

Phone Mr D R Mr Adam*. O 90*4 or 
home O 1430 


ft" 1 Idly romtrurtyd bnlldl ig all modem 
•ulles good rental dts'rtrt nrs**tng 

14 IS* Qll-O-Meilc hat- c a C Af\ri 
watev healing 1‘ernit at Jn J.UUU 

STEWART CLARK & CO. 

U 1911 - 0 9117 Night 0 1140 - t 79)8 

FOR EXTRA INCOME 

and soma'- hint '.hat- 1 rwi r r- »7fF eou'd 
manage here la a wall. designed 'iiour 
••r rt-lviia hnme of alv unite with ores 
rut set rant al rivet 117* oar mnnlh 
Hnl water heating abtid rondition 
Sii.nlavaided **r»et Ctr-»a to srhnols 
• iotas and flue Owner s suite has iwn 
bedronm* Its.n* rnrmv and altehan En 
>nv that aatra revenue and still have 
i nnr own home lift Priced fnr tm 

mad,.,, a... a. $13,250 

Etrluaivelr Itsitd at 


$^450 

tail MR FATT TCTUlt fvyA E9139 


H. W. MILLER & CO 

1*09 GOVERNMENT O 1021 

Esanlnas. Mra Clara E 7994 


CASH TO $16 000 

OPrKHED POR OAK BAY FAMftY 
HOME Three-four bed room • required 
Prefer older home in goad condition wuh 
dan downstairs dnuth irr north nf 
Armor 

Am all family i|e«,»»« fogr-flta-risnin mod- 
ern home tl Aoo down and >40 monthly 
Low tas area 30-day possession 

WANTED JN OAKLAND? - JUBILEE 
Pnur-fUr rooms with heaemanl 93*00 
rash and ten month 

E 1191 Mr Thnrnelau Eras Albion 1 X 


ENGINES 


$2295 

$2635 


FARWEST 

BARGAIN MOTORS LTD 

| T A TES AND VANCOUVER STRtFTB 

EXCHANGE 

moriEST 17810 CAR IDT IN TOWN ■> . Inter , a'tanal Pa et Our 'an 

TWt WHQt.E BI.OTK BFIGW IY4Z dsndr |nr we .end enp/s 

THE BAY . builders Only 2>JDU 

Term* N i' lying down nn approval of 
Whan we give vnu »h» a»r •« a gomf nur rradlt 

used ear we give vnu -he kev lo menv slant ran hainw ua.ax 

thnueentia nf miles nf driving rnmfnti 

TYlOAY A HEADLINE BPEl'IAL p p * i I^C TT D C 

1950 CHEVROLET SEDAN j. L. 5ANbb I LKb 

: 0 £i%T,:; r u;x h .;, .m 

whitewalls Has naan wail lisedied after |g)g Q.iadra ifornar Ca ednnia Avenue' 


Cnme tn and age nur line nf marina 
»ng n»a Lauanti Alr-Conl»d |nunar>) and 
Ourtsnord Univaraal ( bp to III ho 


EDWARD LIPSET7 LTD 

ME BASTION STREET VICTORIA. IC 

— FIBERGLAS — 

TOUR SO.A1 BOTTOM OR DECS 
Partlrulara at 

Surtocmg Product* Ltd 

449 ' s Port 8 1931 

FOSTER S SHIPYARD 

Bu'ld and rapalr re -seta al al- types 
• ava 919 Day At-awl Phune I IMda 
M amine flit wediiyq ate marine 

51 PERSONAL I.OANS 


9 beautiful ear with a radin haaiai 
apntllihta ftsg lights direr Mnn lights, 
whltawalla Mat na*n wail liwrkeil attar 
The beat hut in Inwn *140 down 

114 *04 wnr-h nf batgaina at 
icnn ranum.AS 

One Rlqag Below th* Bar O 191* 


BARGAIN EXCHANGE 

Baa RPN BEN nr BANDY 

Operated bv J M Wood Motors 
A Wood Used Car Is a Good Used Car 


PACIFIC AUTO 

SALES * BEHVICt i TO 1114 Quadra 
“Yarn Mnora a Personally Bsiaeiod Car’ 


I97Y CADILLAC eary grind 

1941 PLYMOUTH SEDAN 

194* CHRYSLER PIVE-PAHSrNom 

1919 PORD CONVERT7RLE 

lit* MODEL "A’ COUPE. 19’ wheal. 

1914 POHD full hnuaa 

19)9 FORD COUP* 

ANI1 MANY LATER MODELS 

Wa stay sail trade it* or (own 
PRONE • 1917 OP9B 4 4 M TO 4 P M 

Princess Auto Sales Ltd. 

9M JOHNSON rTREEl ■ (341 

1949 MBRCDR1 BEDAN __ It t*9 

1949 A0KT1H SEDAN 9#W 

1941 CHRYSLER BEDAN radio 

kratgf - _ . — -9*91 

1919 CHRYSLER SEDAN _■ ... 9*1t 
I a it DODsll AEDAN _ — _ r«49l 
IP19 PLYMOUTH BROAB 4 tit 

*a frada (?• wr Oown 


PARTS. TIRKH and 
ACCESSOR IKS 


NPHINOE OLASS 4ND BI1 AKE I.IN 
mp. Sandy a Auto Parra 711 Coimnrant 
f 7*11 


CLABKFB AUTO PARTE not nr>CQ 
let Used nqrt.a for -are and trurta 

RCA VICTOR CAR RADIO Nt.lOHTLV 
use- 1, tit 34 144 Perl G 14 .1 


5fECIAL5 

DRIVINO 140 RTS P4IR 

$7 50 - $15 00 

BTUirt EPtnuom 

$10 50 

nnp cm a ins mu At7,rs 

BACK UP UORTE 

$4 25 - $7 95 

OVRO CHID CONTROL 

$49 50 

rump iwDicA rtiR* uti ro itu cars 

$1500 

__ MIRRORS AND BXHAUVT 
DEPLECTORS 

National Motors 

LIMITED 

419 YATES SI RETT O 9IY1 


1952 Pontroc Ch'tftom Sedon 12-VOLT BATTERIES 

Rodin naa 1 at dual rani* hydra- *■ J r ' <" «"«*'“ » r * 

rtiaranteeq fnr it monih. at the emaa- 
matir turn algnala vleor arr orM , #f ,,, gg r , tl 

Tarns* a n A trade If 4»alr»d , ran be arranged Baa ua lEdav al 


Mr T-mim Album I air 


DICKINSON & DUNN 

AP > A HAT. SA'-E OP THE BAT 


Here * Why PERSONAL 
Is Your Best Buy"! 

"Tea la f»ur ant at Hr# amp oyad 
peopi*— marrtad ainaia 
l.unrn nsui larrlr# 

Payment data ut fit oayiay. 

Ona-viaii isana tpnnna first s 
Nationwide rradlt at arai .Oh a'*tH- 
a lad offices kt 0 1 and Canada 
l>naaa far any wsrvhy pu-pnaa 
Nn andaraera era nanisms security 
raq Hired 

Loans for >a anc. ot dawn way- 
mint on nantea and lama -maira 

Don I narrow unnacaaaa. ||y. sot If a 
'nan .a mi answer came in oliane ar 
writs twdar 

LOANS 1.0 lo II 100 on Algt.etire 
Furn't'ira wr 9'ita 

PERSONAL FINANCE CO 

OP CANADA 

dull* Na i •r.nnfl Floor SM A Ta-ea 
•l Pttuna 8 1149 

Lwant made to raaidenta *4 all 
ttti'buodlnc araaa 

5 Is MORIXiAGK LOANS 

FUNDS ON HAND AND IMMEDIATELY 
4 V All ABI.X POR MOHlOAOr. LOANS 
IAROP AND BM ALL AMOI7N1R LOW 
mieregt quick decision « repayment U* 
suit reatnnable rhartas Mar’aaaes 
and aareements purchased 
Consult Our Mortgage napartmeni 
P R DROWN b 84JNB LTD 
darvlng Virions ter Over .1* Years 
III! Broad Street Phone Garden 7111 

MORTOAOIfS 

We nave tna follnwlne an- ount a for first 
n oflgaae 11 900 41 *00 13 900 13 409 

») **0 a no 14 OOO Immadiatw reply ac 
delay 

BROWN 8 BCJS AatHCIBS LTD 
111! film shard Street *1191-1 

APPtelCATIONB FOR MORTGAGE 
| Inane aoure-iaiei quirk da itiana Tha 
follning amoanta aealiaDlt naa II Ik* 
4) jOO 14 000 17 *00 kno up 

t N CABELDU LTD 
111! Smog Rl I 7114 

4 PP1TC4 from FOR LAROE OR AM 4 U 
rnoritares atroreriatan N II A Inane 
a-allanie Ra «o»-ia!i»* rq refinannna 
aisn otjrrnasina vafgaiey and 
menti J O tmlth Fingarlql q.rrav 
U6 Ilia rBsvernment Rrtei o (101 

A Bernard & Co Ltd 

LAROt AND SMALL. 4MC7TTWT* FOR 
residential ana bustnesa pr-meruea al 
Inw rates •Frngre.alv# h H A buildtne 
mans al ore.eilin* ra-- a 


B 11)3 r tar eve- rail Mr Dlcklr, L 3940 
or Mr Hug!r I) 4*44 

DICKIE A CO KKA1.TY 933 Furl Buret 

FOR QUICK HALF WF CAN REALLY 

rw msriid this (me 410-114 and run* 
fernfli erf Ii islnres la-a-ni an a busy 
hirbwnr Tlimnrr *)» ik.'O per annum 
N'nrk approsima'rly .1400 Dili up-to- 
dale esiuiwn'ent. Laite in- wiili ani'd 
anund building Luma nuariers, fusir 
nlre rntsma with hath fully furnished 
One ran handle with o*ra*luoai heiii A 
I in ei» noma and bdAlneaa under nbe roof 
Ikersthliia goes fur IIS Ml«l Bn-na irrina 
aiat'ablv Hicks Realty Lid n.'ilfli 

FOR HALE BY OWNER THE BEST 
■ ni-equippeet rhlr-v-at;ml rnffee shop 
wi-h an rr-.ma upaigira Will wait a 
familv iha: venire I ido 4 mnnrh nr mnr* 
The owner nf iwn bire rea'auranie plans 
rriirrmem The or at "in near n»w 
Post Offtra will guarai'iee alia I sa- 
A opt tn putprieiar 1304 Otrvrynmrd 
Street. 

FI RUT-TIME ADVERTIBCD MODERN 
self-serve rrnr-r*erla *»n» owner lum- 
qver *7* 0«l0 all cash Vers a ge floor 
spa r *sl-n*' I* e modem 'ralurrs at- 
fracflve windows reasonable rent long 
Ira *e -«<■• 1 apprmimate '2 4* two Full 
prlc* tie ami Conran I O Baundera. 
G 94*9 earnings nr Nivarsd Hralty Ltd 
E 7194 749 Fort Street 

FOUR MELT CONTAINED HtlfTEB BITU- 

• '•g tin e in wuh es ellrnt irampuila- 
tlun and ahupplng (srlllllea Oll-O-Maur 

! hut-eater healli'g Oriivv revenue 1)4* 
pei mnnlh Hrasunahly prli-ed af unlv 
SIT *00 fur further pannularv plrise 
ram an J H l.e/lger Aw met t -in A Cu 
Limned Phune nlflrr E 11(1 lies Ii ««4i 

HOTEL 

A v»rv altrartlvelr fnrrilyhed nnl* with 

e»' el'enl rl'e»lr|e ig t,. .uld on 'erme 

1 ha> 1 truer fund m > nagemenl »i| nfl 

p i*4. -e r |n 1*V>" ears appms .p.s-elv 
»Sd Dhb and par iff 'he murlyaje It 

• I 'e>e IIS 000 * 1 *h to handlr E 1721 
Jrm** and Bra* jjn Pemher'on Building 

BUR INKER R1X3CK 

Tws store* both rented Oo*id loca' Ion 
Esrellen- return Firs" rl.u rnnsirur 
•Inn We strongly r»cnmmend this a- a 
•e*un*t mses'mrni A*k-n* prl*» III. NO 
UrTHET CON SOLID A TED I TD 
7*4 Fnr I Street Haiti 

REVENITE 4J?n PER MONTH 
Five furnuhm) Siillr* BomeiniQC special 
on a'lraruvr terms of II MO down nn a 
total nnre nf im Mao 
Eienlnas rail M* M'Cnnarhle n 9743 
KINO MrAI 7Y 

17)3 .Government Rireei R )||) 

TOP Flf>OH DF TWO WTDBV BRICK 
building 4*0 h'»rS Dougla- Blrrrt 
I 7*0 i-.uarr feet d»> dm into r -oma 
•tillable fur ifflres Apply hos 144* 
Vlrtoiia Pre.. 


NORTHWESTERN 
SECURITIES LTD. 

Ill Hiulrail Building 7a* te'es b'rcel 

SPECIAL 

4 STAR 

Vancouver Island 
Auto Court 

12 de line unlit plus Iwn lent uni's plus 
el' re g mid owner’s hnme nf llviug rnr.ni 
iwn bedrooms modern kitchen Itath and 
office Aik buildings and equipment m 
esrellen) stale of repair, flosmi fur al 
Iren another ihirfv units Owner claims 
he could keep an additional laeniy units 
fully rented If he had them Four hun- 
dred ears per hnur pass the ,ko*)r f«- 
rrlleut fl.hmg aurh at the famous 
Cuboe B'lithaiks. Bprings eir tareiient 
oppui I ui'ily for bual rental uuatnees 
Nwioiniing lerinl* lawn isuwlmy goif 
»lc all tailable 1**3 revenue appruai- 
ipa'elv 11 * 000 ekprnset appmim-aiely 
4*4011 Tills ciuil la th» home nf tne 
Cun>merria> Traveler Ad oiotandlng 
fluv at the uili e a inch Includes eye-? 

RIGII .^ARTy" $75,000 

For aiipaintment in view eniii(e) ei'ner 
ol your Vanruuver Islairl Bperia'itit 
J M Cite sman 9 ill) nr K R Lias 
B *99* in iha eseningv 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD 

Dave O 91)4 IM) Oirsernmenl B'reei 


Grocery, Confectionery 
Hordware, Meats 
CASH AND CARRY 

Turnover frr.oi IIM NO '« III.. MO per 
year ll) Minutes from elty renirr One 
•il inr motl prngre .sivr buvlness 1 #n 
ihr ells Gisod 'lean aanra Es- «"*n'. 
Mature* dandy Itxstmn Easy renial, 
..11 lease Meal partnership propjs.l inn 
Heatnn fur *e|||ng owner retlimg 

iSLr^r. ““ $10,000 

Plus stock at invniea Full information 
al our office 

Ilian Hlland G 9)irt Res, Caiqu -i 14H 


MEHAREY & CO LTD. 

*27 VIEW STREET 

COFFEE SHOP 

•CITY COMMERCIAL) 

Living qiiarters luiiy (urnisheii a rom 
pletv and wel|-gqulpi>«d bar sealing 
rspatllv for 13 NO DHUDGERV 4' 
DAY WEEK rinsing 4 pm dally Ortas 
arv.1 nei returns ere eareiieni CjgQQrt 
Fill pnre J>4 tC5U 

For aoi*olntment call- Office, E 9412 
or E 9(41 

‘FRASER BISCOE'S 

New Inrarmn 479 Ysiea Sireet 
Across From th» N»« Past Office 


TOWN & COUNTRY 
HOMES LIMITED 

1921 Quadra Elrral B 1279 

WATERFRONT HUNTING 
LODGE AND AUTO COURT 

Full modern owner railed East Must 
sell Fully furnished *i-j nnn 

Full prlre $ I / ,UUU 

Pull de'aila and pielurea can ba had by 
rnmaeiing Mr Chrlaienaen. E 4494 
evenings or B 7779 anytime 

BUY AN INCOME 
REVENUE PROPERTY 

Duutlaa Ntrevt near tne Hudsons Bat 
A sturen building all wall rented Blares 
and attire* The net revenue after all 
evpense* user »* A09 per sear Liberal 

JX’STe $45,000 

Fnr further details anaiv 
Mr J»*eph Bmlth 


• CAPITAL CITY REALTY'S 
CHOICE OFFERINGS 

FAIRFIELD REVENUE 
EARNS $147 

On a love • turner ml rfia foir-au’’* 
a.iarimen- esrne 4147 nioti’-h'i plus -are 
lake 1 a quartan has full basement pipap 
heaimg gas aalar hea'er ga ag* and • 
smitio as a mil A ire") git-i 1 nraunai- 
Lon nn 13 *u« dawn and 
month's- rsavRtentl F" 1 oil * 5' / 3U 
Mr Da Man O 24112 Feuinga 

.$2000 DOWN 
FOUR BEDROOMS 

Well ennairurigd and altracusa modern 
alur.ca Pungakina* full iia*einen> drive in 
garage nardaood floats friur-pie- e 
hero broke halhroom two bedrooms on 
mam floor and two up For a familv nr 
revenue home true ta mps 
Pull price 5o4UU 

Ken Walters. E 9!(9 Evenings , 

LIVE IN COMFORT 
THREE YEARS OLD 

An 'imtsualls nveiy ftve-rnom »llif- a 
bungalow with etlra twn-raniti suite m 
full high has* me nt renled tor 140 
through hall plan, luiiy tn«ulaird piped 
healing large luyely rooms wuh am • 
nallv nlre rahlan kllchen One nf lb» 
lineal new homes available nice dis- 
trict Terms and monthly * in Cr\i^ 
parmenia Full tirlre i lU/jUU 

Mr KemD E (441 Evenings 


THE COUNTRY 
GENTLEMAN 

L(.‘nmu|g'r sun or, -herd 
' ou'bui.’dltig* fisrnhuuse 
guest -■•Cage and a lovelr 
4's room -lue-'o bungairsa 

In uig roaim w ith oak floor 
g ar.l'v flreplarf Main 
bedroom has bai window 
w . mailer ssrdroom four- 
me. e i-emiiroae bet h 
> Bmais kiirhr.i wirfl dmiog 
area loll ran*e Ih, ludeq- 

1 Uenieol laumrtv wuh hoi- 

i ssu, hriting ssatem On 

nif h « I’hli ‘Tup* 

mil. Irriy I’ *an ».h «tli 
| make this tout hoip* 
halem e lie* ret" f.s.ellant 

S<5950 

rail mr NimniJi 0 4111 

BVRNtK(39 P 1A11 

, OAK BAY-NEAR SEA 

! Beam Illal «ea views from 
1 his stih- 1 anlial FAMILY 
home io. a 1 eh a atones 
• hr, 1 # from in* hva<h 
I P>e*ant liting room, 
fraoile tlrenln r g 11 e a ' 

<1 lit’ BE toom Modern wired 
ks>< hen IHBIf BFD- 
ROOMH I'on.ealed .4#.r- 
■ av in arge playroom 111 
AULimellr OIL heal Full 
romre'e haaetnen) <mal 

lean T-w au< Ee;*ara'* 

garage EXCEL I RS l & . - r r\r\ 

1 .ii . $12 500 

rail un WHYTE O 4137 
F.V9» B »(*7 a 


SUBURBAN DELIGHT 
IN TEN-MILE CIRCLE 

W*||.' isua* rui led «*van Tmun ,n aer/rrl 
e<ifl''iaion with three acres -more If de- 
sired) onnhstru ued aiew ol sea an I 
•nautfsina in nt, e high iisrat'on un ma" 
highwar full basement aii'isme"’ o.l 
hea'lnt wit*rt for itugr A dellgh’f") 
home In a irertecl aeltlns lmm*lu * 
pmaeaMnn Term. S | 2 ,600 

Mr Hunor. O 14AI Eveninsa 


OAK BAY 

3-BEDROOM BUNGALOW 

N H A lonairur'ion isolv iwn years *mt 
this beautiful five-roam aturr.i nuni*l"s 
ha* full basement, drive-ln garage |«IA- 
ma'le oil heatlna large living room 
Pembrnke bathro-im iar*e shine* kt 
rhen A veev nlre family home In n*a 
district among new homes • ■ s -sno 
Full price ''arms available 5 I J - jUU 
Terms acelleble 

Mr Wa'eon R *713 Evnl"ga 


CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

4M Cormorant Rt 11 1911 


KER & STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 

Member Real Karate B"ard 
VO* OGVERNMENT BTRETT 
0(127 - DAY OR NIOHT - 0 4121 

PEMBERTON, 

HOLMES 

Ltd 

tlnre 1111 

GORGE 

IMMEDIATE 

POSSESSION 

A imaf mo four and a Half ran* 
slur-" hui gain* wtlb «sr living irsnrfl 
»no fit-, ila- e ihnruth hall modern • ah- 
"*•' A'leflen with hreeafael nbr'k and 
neatly nrw oil rant* Iwn nlre "esfronint 
nun baseman! ha* air -entral has* apd 
•enara r aaiaer flfua'sd or. a urner 
'o' "us llt-le home ,a In spn'lesa 

WiSTohly $6850 

Please rail George Orlffln 


A BERNARD & CO. 

LIMITED 

4)9 FORT HTRrBT PHONE O 9214 


FINANCIAL SURVEY 
. LIMITED 

1**4 t»«vr»iimcni Bl Ot'il* 

•IrflSber H*«l E*a'e Ruard of Vk 'Ufa 

DUPLEX SPECIAL- 

Like a grand Colonial numr sii'ing bn 
a andl! aserlouging :hy -urrr t ding 
• fee and wish il* wn! vlwws centle 
alssplng lawn and drive <nh a lew e-ar- 


WANTED — COMMERCIAL 
PROPERTY 

We have genuine r lie III waning to tn 
Test up ta ilk MsO in nuasneaa umperly 
showing a return of 19 net after alt 
ttirenaea Pruperly must be ran'ed 10 
e ell -et 1 abllahed leoarit Buburban 0><H»- 
cry would lig aullable Pull partlrulara 
id writing tn 

LEACH & SPARKS 

1119 Miaeisnetd Et Vkrlnria l' C 


WANTED WANTED 

OUR Af.MCNT A CLIKNIS HAVE 173 000 
*a*h for goad auto ruurt llbooti ra»h 
for apar'menl biork We definiiy.v 
-leert b;g garage wbaae eliynls eaper- 
lenra of newts machinery ran b* ineil tn 
good sdtaniagt. Ingglhg eqvipiimen, pre- 
fr-reij Price riot ubfer- Apply Vlr 
Turner Vania Mupe Fvrt O IIKI Hope 
Realty. Lid 1039 Dl.'.g we R 4344 R 744) 


VhV/T.TVV fine^'onnT’r.'Teienu. *Xl HANCaK KKAI. KSTATK 


MilUiRN BFI.P --4EKVF OlfOCkNY AND 
ni-ai« Facerient ohurbsn a' inn 
groatny dl-lrlsr Nlre livne ou»"*»* 
huildlng buslne** fully eou'irperi *J,1 MU) 
plus stork Consider trade on nsufe-n 
aoar'mrnl btnrk Turnoser over If' ona 
Rot 1449 V Ictui la Pre-s 

MAN AND WIFI PROP)BIT7f>N 
Downtown nffe# shop — eveeijent nrw'ion 
-apoiless klt'hen and equipment- gnod- 
giaai trade— owner retiring He*rr 
offered n»iara 97 000 
X 1772 Jones * Broil 110 Pem-erion 
Building 


wi'b mis of room fn godrsn-iii tat- 

• ayes in oa a *eg| min>er-rr>aker as 1»- 
rarmn is idegi for good nx-oparry 
Hardwbod flnnrs tbroughdul Ul* large 
fl>e room* tif rarh iinl' of 1 h * -1 ipley, 

• '»" hr-i-icb halls am) separaia en- 

'ran-es llai-waler 'leailOy General 

Xle-irlc all in fill be»»nerv and Iso 
ia-aaes Filly modern “Mil In •• ent 
year* plus -eing in iiso'lets terfer* 

, $18 500 

ON HMftOKABLt TYr-M-t 

Pam I) »r.*r*rT ab-wl pupulatbm alurk 
fivrures nuuding l*ll>* -t"S ‘-r* and 
Jj^PiNI '.«> rtbr.4 $21000 

Ann'her one grossing 4<g Odd aa ea 

5.V ,n c4.h l ‘ 0004 $ 11 000 

F Ms,- on » 7)74 ev*s 'I 44!) p 

N CARPI Ilf 1)12 Br .ad B'reei 


POUR-PLEX 

GOOD REVENUE 

Cl n«r 

•n »»Hri» r^r#pt imial \ 

tftff'# •' 

is*w inierwi 

r* .e no ona m 

rtl( 

fl rat rea 

F 19!s Bw -n»rl"i 

•9 K Cn 

L'd E Till 

Nn 320 


• 7 Rig 

POT YEAH NET 


An et-enen' ri 

iff*# sh'p In 'e*l 1 


Can b* bam 

lied with tl boo 

r mi 


Jones and Brotf tip pembvrtun R'oiding 

II ISO DOWN RAT AVC* MONTHLY 
gives Immediate pn*ses>)on lo n *e nq*. 
galow in Fairfield Ti,'a! prlee 4* 100 
.No agents Bov 14*1 Victoria Ft*** 

COrPKE BIIOP CITY roMJsCKRClAI 
S --dav *ee 4 gisod business fist energetic 
r maple taring quarters newly furnished 
»• TM) R 9*13 


HER VICE IB NOT OTTR MOTTO IT* 
OUR Rtf BIN ERR * 

FAIRFIELD 

SIDE BY- SIDE DUPLEX 

Her* I. a ver . n,rf sde-hi 4„le d-idley 

In Fa-rfleH F ajr 'same aa either aide 
Beparate heanna and me-ers Jjst 14 MM 


Fq.l prsre 
C EUbfd K^s 


$13,000 

o nose flutlness n 9107 


'VERNON MARTIN & 

rnupi* Using quartan newly furnished r ~ « , 

aa -raq 19*13 CO, LTD. 

INVBNTMENT OPPORTinsmr NFW 10- O tltT #a] Ya'et fRrewi 0 9141 

r»iu w Tr«ijir-ts.r isnss! f "•* ■•'••• 

Virtario Press 

HAVE CABI1 TO - INVENT IN BMAI t “ “ 1 

• "• res* ana IS* w sirs 'ey n* r • ner *ff'e . K « 

■meG, ecnf ideniial Ro. 14(4 VirinHa URGENT SOLD 

TWO HoTEix Apartment or Commercial h. 

Will consider apar'menl b.rseg a* pari r> 1 * r-s *,.. , 

payment nn sin* Call Mr King Kusq Building Owners ,TI * 1 

Really R 2IJI ' 1 44 M. 

I hare a definite client wins pad 400 ,. c , . 

I ADIEU AND CIULDREN'R WEAR 19 T7«-i»Br -rath foe .r aowrlaaem Or 

-CU* No nppom'inr diairu' "-mivaar la building He wii' be b*iylh| *09* < 

Dwngr wi.hea in reft r* now R'enmqe. (Neut April )• m-iai eh**w a< »ewei |9“. w- niff evy*. 
Keating Y1H NTT after a' enewie* -said IFhat nave " 


4k 7*0 FI RUT MORTGAGE ON OAK RAY 
property tn exchange a* down pavraeol 
■>h revenu eproperty pa 000 iat mortaat* 
on rtt) property exchange as pari pay- 
ment op good Oak Ray noma up la 
91J 000 If you bare an etrhangw. 
phnne ua far prompt servlet 1 D 
Bmi'b. UPilU Res Fixes Financial 
8'ir*»r L,m"»d. 1374 Gasecnmeni Btreei 
Member Real Esra'a Hn»rd of V r'ons 

HAVE YOU A THRFF-BFtiRoOM 

heme in ih* uuolrw that you ran es- 
rhang* 1 1 a .e'fnrnle alyla thrfe- 
uwir-wirb nnme In Use elly’ 

We have a e||er,t abilaus tut I* »k- 
rnange -wing to sirkne*a P)ea*e phnne 
W Arnoa G »«04 evening* hr h 7J19 
anytime Tawn A Coiintff Homes Lim 
'ted 1972 Quadra 81 few: 

EXCHANGE 

Mv rlien; has modern ihree-year -old 
f.ye room f.ntr.a .n Gnrte Pull basement 
drlee-ip garage Va u* 14 Oflsi Will irade 
fnr gm*4 aider tape name ot seven 
rmiBi III (airfield or Das Hai Pieaae 
*‘ali Herb lfndi«nn B }I9| dav ar high* 
Hawkes Foster Ltd .< 

rHAPE RKLU BUY BOB IN PURER BEF 
Marriott Reqllv T|9 Fort E 0421 F ano 

HOPt REALTY POR EX CD AN r) ED 

1019 Douglas Blreet 8 HU 

:* I.IsTIMiS f AX KI.I.KI) 

DM UNION AVTNt’E NOW LIRTED 
'•viiiel-e,y w I • Ii Rao Allen and Reiv 
*ml»h al Western Mosnes Ltd Otl Yales 
•ireet Win »* Op*n fat lBtp*<itnn 
tkednesday afternoon and eveytlna 
March 19 Further information ph«n» 
B 7191 

TAYLOR B FIRM MARKET Did 

Qsiadra 8'reet *<>id fly John A Marriott 
MARRIOTT REALTY 
No 1 HI Pori 9*412 Re. 9 1994 

Victoria* Reverse Headnuartera 

*00 KINORMIU ROAD UHTRO EXC7.U 
etval* with Roy Bmlth and Bar. Allen 
nf W»«t»rn Homes Lid Oil Tales B'reei 
8 1141 Me# aur regular ad 


$4000 

FULL PRICE 

Here la ynur .name to ge* a nxM's rinse 
la the Ritu 'Theatre this aiiuld make 
a good DUPLEX Kii'ben llelna '"urn, 
bedroom and bathroom un KHcirro 
I vm» "sam and badrnam down Mkirrv 

IkT $4000 

SMART WHITE 
COSY BUNGALOW 

In a ni-a iiseqtsnn bv naa hi' Two 
bedrnnnts n| e living room dinelie and 
cabinei kitchen Pemhroae balhrmtm and 
a fq|! ba-em»l>' drive In garage TM* 
1 * nniv sit wears old Lov*!« card*n in 

kZ r/v $7850 

1054 PEMBROKE STREET 
MUST BE SOLD 

A Dne semi-aunaalnw w"h five twin 
n nwn wish bethronm Cnnrealed aialr* 
wav ta twn mnre ronm* up Full base- 
nt*nt nat-alr liirna<e and garage 

SET-* $7500 

EXCLUSIVE LIRTINO 


OAK BAY 
SOUTH 

FAMMV HOME -"□ae .9 arhnn • and 
nu< aid -nmprlalng fnur ner"nnma 
de Virg -.viin Sid dining rnnm ni) 
be.t e d separate ge age This ho.i e 
>• *»• a-"d raid. ;nn inn ran be 

bm.gri' wn |i wn dawn c cc\r\ 

^ 510-500 

C»Il Mr evenings O 7414 

A SECLUDED SPOT 
$1500 DOWN 

A rural ra res' an,' 1 ) »ive nils 
nf Inwn Hlgb Inraiian and uf enlli) 
rei'.al rurl inn this » • g • - ear nid ai,-ae. 

• » 

ki hen • wo neiyrrsnma Pembv'ixs ha'fl 
and abnwer 

INRULA TED 

r*a-' ba*emenl h-it air heat n»*d • a'ey 
rg*»« ml ap- 

VH *1 I|if pi f nir'lf L*f*Rf^fi 

*r »' If nniB«? fort* 4iMf UMI 
ef"Ck*n h"q*e fnr SIM nlrda ar.d smaller 
o,.e for 1 * Birds Tales aisn it Itk per 
iea* Ai'snlu'e uaa-« and *i slw* n Iha 
reunify ,ut nnlv »y-i' irn fnibutn 
drive in 'he rite il VM DOWN and i*o 
afONDILY Nq vt.A pleats r-cncra 
F ■ nrlre am. $5 V 0 U 

Fiesta 1 ail Mi Woad'ey e.enma* O J9I9 


THE CITY BROKERAGE 

loll Btanxhsrd Bt Phanc O *0)1 


FAIRFIELD DISTRICT 

In 'ha m On nf gn*vi tuba' am. a nnynsa 

thla elgh'-ysom well-ennatrucled hnme 
ran ne ’Dneeiteo ta an up-and-tfqwn 
duplex with alight alterations There 
are four large-tale nedronm* and hath- 
*oam upa'alri Dnan eniianre had 
*l'h large llelna risnm dining ronm amt 
kitchen Par'tyy wl'h ampie eupbusr!) 
spare 4<tel-fifliahnd link nan small 
ronm aff tntranrt nal Pulf-aita rnn- 
rrrs ba*emani Oll-O-Mslie nocaif 
hen Ei'ra-larga sapara'a garage 

per": .... $9500 

Evea p »a*a phans Mr Mrtei'aa O 9111 


1346 STANLEY AVENUE 
lneludinq Furniture 
Revenue Producma 

$3500 

Pot Appninimen- td flew Piea*e Phsttie 

a 1199-7 

ISLAND INVESTMENT 
CO LTD 

714 fdrt RTRrrr phgsci rt igs.i 
M' mnwr ef Beal Ea-a-a Rnard 


A LOVELY HOME 

Bltua-e*) In .mire irscarinr. thie e« 
perior siurr* annaelnw nf fnur mama 
full remeni naaesnent garage a'* I* 

s home 'as a» proud ef Has Isrvalv 

ga, den hordwaad fluwra *'* fa-inc 
•ouih m b»a* part of tha nnrge *'*• 

... __ .. $9500 

A S MILLER 

REAL ESTATE FTRE AHD AUTO 
INSURANCE 

1209 Eianahard m I Ofil 


r» FORT rr. 


pjaaa Oartaa 9120 


VARIETY AT ORB EOMY dbyoooor 

women a and 'h'ldren a wear Cstna.def Cau Mr f«*es Weelarn N'mm U9 
twrma ig rtabt gortg. E 122) R HIT Eves 9 4*11 


019 Ha*b ngey. 
tllg Dovie 
144 Me*Mna 
1994 Caanernn 
1094 9*an Lata 9*t4 
•» Cliff f\r»*9 M Wee'erg RnsitM 
1)1*1144 

I bava genuine eiie.,4r waning nww 
fletee pbnna Q OM qy B 1)7) fay prwshgl 


ESQUIMALT 

Afly4f)Fye tNvww-vwar »H) 4our-f r e**W bin- 
gelna Ci'-wlaimg «4i hewer (irep er# 

ir.rr ^ _ $6500 

Haas* sag tm Mr Rseutr 

MEHAREY & CO 

LIMITED 

• UR (i* VIEW g Evas . O 9T71 


BRAND NEW 
FIVE FULL ROOMS 
AUTOMATIC HEAT 

fn a »erv n »aav • k gh a nn if.ia 
a'qr.b bong aio* na* ne*n rn-n- 

*'»d Ha* hrn ,a 1 be- ssrv > a 
i*lng ton- and ill mi »nom #e*|ri# 
-■a "in* t a-'enen sod -wn i^.l*nn'ra 
HaMwrmd (Inetr thraughnqt Fi.ll Mgn 
na*emen* w"h nn* af ,h* »*rv i**il 
au'dma'le mi nea'ing on 1 ' • Or »*-\n 

fir*|>rn*'f tarag* wl'h a*»r’,-vl dnnra 

FtlLl" RBICE $ 1 1 550 

Pleas# rail R V r-,.*!.,,, t'-er hr ura 

g 1 1 x 1 

G8I24 


O^K BAY SOUTH 

H*r* Is a inn 1 rnmfbtl an e and earn- 
"*■ flv* -Tr" '"tataltt* in an esreuent 
a'uei'gri a- 'he mi* -«»,'e Pul ba-e- 
rr»nl ha* an ealra moer Plp-<» f-sr- 
nare (verf in-' r her# graur.d* paibi. 
• '* a*» tn e • - e -n' enndltsan a Mil 

Z * $8000 

piea-e -all Vs* Rieakney n 1 1 91 
at er if flee h«'il • h Hit 


$2350 DOWN 
NEAT AS A PIN 


a'r" $6850 

Wnu'd al-ei ael' f'ir*"*ned if ymj wiel* 
Ca Mr )>a.#r O U4i nr af'er nn ira 

g Hit 

GILLESPIE HART & CO. 
LIMITED 

•It PORT NTEm O 1191 


$ 1 A QUADRA *#» flea- 

14 JW r nniv. bmngaiaw p|«* WP 
jnsn "J)*e in -aeement daub# 9 )um fl- 
int in*-naied d»#g fr»wr# and elecrM 
r .r, w**r.*r in- ,ded Thta is reaflv a 
cfsoica air 

hior QUADRA 'r**ar 
JOJuU Bleriklr sisgi Foajr-rnew* wM- 
**n naera bunaamw with hal-wa'ey 
heating In* tare* Largs ge-d*n 1st 
Mr Rtslma gees O 1999 

TODER & VINT LTD. 

Ill CwnAeai aui.ding . O kMl 



?6 Vk*w4«. l.C '87 HOICKS FOR SAI F 

Tfcw rgsloy. Merck 12. 1 9S 3 

g7 HOL8KSFOB8ALK W-fe-5* T-E-R-N 

HOMES LTD. 

boorman's uj:r..rji ::::: 

VICTORIA WEST 1 CUTE AND COSY 
IMMACULATE $ 1 750 DOWN $ 1 750 DOWN 

C*3AAn O wnu* aiding bungalow m- 

>/UUU UUWN Billeted Dui»M rod Large living mam 

Thi. .. 12 k M Oak floor* lw» Brijioomi And 

» “ ?• ,T hlU ' ,,d,r t, ‘‘* •Will* CWkn ilotii Three -pier* I’rmbrok* 
■ r« Si, .I 1 !! ,oom * P'?» <'•"> »«r»* kitchen wired far range 

men uaditu>« B4 n2Si "« •E** 8M 22.* U 2 rl P r,rtr .ter Unk Utility room oil 

In *«I| C ntf, ‘ OC04 l * ,d * n Prtred eitriirn laundrv trey* aud trull Inrker 
it ®*P*ret* matching garaga. oil circulating 

•uiqily at .j i^DUU heater Pru" tree* nw* garden rtitu- 

10S DISCOUNT FOR CASH eUd 00 U*g bus rnut* ffZQC 

•ten Cornish, eve*, 0:441 Pnc. lOV jU 

II TM down balance el no per month 


oin« ii jiji 


'57 HOUSES FOR RAI.F 

F N. CABELDU 

LIMITED 

m> biioao nK*ri ttiti 

EXCLUSIVE 

OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
SATURDAY AFTERNOON 

MaOHONA DRIVE Dnal? cot 
WAmU'Homr thu type ■»» i,r*i>4w I 
l* gstting »*ry difficult to find Tn*te 

U e uui tenltel buntimt .if live * 

and bath combined aar*|r anil wire- ; 
»hop very a « ei| «uh automatic 1 

idt»'i» boat houM and rummer ltou«- 
The ground* are nmi ailracuyr w.*n 
*e**ral Inin iree* and there <« a.ioui 
MM (eel of aaterlron: runmne mil frmn 
a ahtlured bay to a luvelv poinl oti*ia 
Ihera is a lovely alt* g . • rr\r\ 

lor another hOUar $ I I , 3UU 

Call Mr BlentTrTiop 

TO HIM THAT HATH . . . 
($35:000) 


57 HOUSE* FOR SALE 

HAWKES FOSTER 

LIMITED 

• Member Victoria Heal Eateta Board' 

Your Opportunity!! 
EXCLUSIVE 
CITY 

Three bedrooms 

FULL BASEMENT 
$2500 DOWN 
$7600 FULL PRICE 


r HOUSES FOR SALE 

TOWN & COUNTRY 
HOMES LIMITED 


Phone » T27* 


l»U Quadra Btreet 


3 BEDROOMS 

Oak Bay — South of Avehue 

M vorrii itun-o bunaaluw leeturot 11 v - 
i"K room, dining room, raptnei kurtuo 
three Uedroomt and Pemunk, beth- 
rvom High cement aa»e,nm with ht-l- 

• tr piped lumatr Drlte-m carafe 
fully lin'd Completely <niula(*d and 
immaculate throughout Eiieiitinntl 

• alur ai the price - . . - 

511.600 

Pur appolntmem to view. < unmet t H 
Otlldl. etea H Mil anvtlmr. B Mi* 

$1200 DOWN i 1 200 
MODERN 

A lately rnudrrn two-oedriein stucco 
bungalow having ex> rpUdflailr large liv. 


HOUSES FOR SALE 


HICKS REALTY 

LIMITED 

iti« do i*o la a BTnnrr b dm 

OPPOSITE HCDBOHB HAT STOKE 

YOU'LL WANT THE KEY 

■ lltkD 1 Altrarilvr fii'ur room plut tlurro 
bungalow with uak fmon Hot water 
heatinr tn full high basement Thu 13- 
tear-oid home la ,*» walking diaieure 
to town and park in the be«t part of 
rwlrfleld Can to had furyilahcd or un- 
f urn lifted Heautiftulv landacaped 
ground. Term, arranged - , , 
Furnished price 5 II » I DU 

Mr LudlPtr ft tips day or night 

$10,500 LAKE HILL $10,500 


HOUSES FOR SALE 


fllil VI CT IB NOT OUR MOTTO— 
1TB OUR BUdIN&M' 


OAK BAY 
3 BEDROOMS 
BRAND NEW 

Thu modem home ha» )Utl tieen com- 
pined and U alUiaied tn an# al the 
newer part* <■( Oat Rav Cine* Jn 
achoola (ranspurlailon and ahobplhg 
centre Consul* of a through hall 
p an, .large living mom with fireplace 
mndern rennei kltcheit with dining 
spare Three gond-alre bedrnoma, four 
Pine mndern Pembroke bath ‘ Pull 
cepient Uatement with drive -tn garage 
Oll-O-Matlr air-rundllionlng heal 
Don t fall lu see thl*’ m t rv / r\r\ 

5 I Z .60U 

For further Intormailnn and la new, 


'57 ROUSES FOR SALE 

P R BROWN 
& SONS LIMITED 

Real laiate and Inauranca Ageut* 
Member Real fatale Board at Vtcinrta 

m> broad RTRirr omi 

• laiablubrd IMMi 

SPECIALS 
4*. 5 -MILE AREA 

Ullra modem an mom bungalow mm. 
pruina lat«e living room, aueii-iiaa 
dmiug loom two bedronm. cabinet 
kitchen full cement baaeiweat. Oil-n- 
Matte neatlnc larae rumpua room, 
double plumbing Situated un appmti, 
■naielt J'» acre* blip veclualon beau- 


rtfu! land.rapeii <i 


full of beau* 


A verp attrartlvt four-room bungalow ... , 

wnn utility rount allualad cunvenletiliy S2000 DOWN * 

tu tranaporta'lon. ahupptng area and * 

! ‘...rule %S“:!i t :s„“'*",“l "Oil-0-matic heating- 

place, built-in bdahraMa, two twla-ilie *»DAhir~U ctvi c<* 

bed r Omni brlkh! rlaitn. .irnnat a.l. KANL-M-blYLF 


tjsnz sssa :sir,«.s 


tea large living ronm atlracUfl lirw- 
Hlare. built-in l.-or.a a.e. i« 0 Iwln-nit 


piare. built-in MMbraaat, two twia-iit* 
bedromm bright rlactrlc rabinet kit- 
chen. utility ro-im with waahiuh. Oorrd 

{ lardep lot Low lakea Keaacnabic 

erma Aikinc prt.e c ~t a cn 


S7450 


R P Harrla Rvaa T. ltd) 

OAK BAY NORTH 
5 ROOMS — OIL HEAT 

A »! iiccd bunga.uw situated on a quiet 

•traet MAR the WILLOWS HlACII 


"RANCH-STYLE" 
"’/2-ACRE LOT" 
"SECLUDED AREA" 


2n5 ,, idr ,, s < i:r p is B u SrS ^ Lm 

denre will .u'r » plea.e the perfe.tlon- f ■*!!?.'. '' 0 °** M * 4 »*r»#nve e.timau u tnat It . It •** *'** **^ '•••< NEAT OOt 

ut' The entranr. and through haU ar- r V.Vi n . . . w un.lerprlewd, if C Crtrt with *-,» ni u'T? Jtttcfcwi 

par.ela.! In birch which matehei the 1 ^rug „ ol , $5500 V, « •' ,th »•" move right 

llfhl tilr-.h paneling in the large living , » Si L. . IM Mlltrurn Road Blduslve Lir.i e tn ^ fu!| '“« h ba.ement new 4’,-ftvoni bungal 

and dining area* uff nf which la a 1 L. J?i: k d,nln * ,0,, m >l«Ui bulit-ln M Morvy, K 3<l« H »»ric# B T.'7g "P** 1 hot *» ,f heal Thl* four-year- lara* living room w 


JUBILEE AREA 
NEAT and COSY 


pahel*.! In birch which matrhev rhe * wi.rar«,»p one* 

llfhl truth paneling in the large living . L ... r ..... 
and dining area*, uff nf which U a 2 d,n,n * bulit-ln 

porrh patio the kitchrn Mutl uf , ” u ” r ' . 

every modern convenience foe the huuar- 3 allrnen, dlr.lnt apare wired 

wife and enjoy* the tame glorlou* view* •JJ' 'aege 
a« the living and dining area* The J Through nail 
I panefrd matter bedroom alw> comet tn s Three earelier.i be.trnumt 


• mall outbouaei Thl# it witiuvui doubt 
one uf the moat deniable proper, let 
on the marget 

Price 521,000 


r WILKINSON ROAD 

*»*•' Tbl* four-yea,, large living room with firep two _ 

uia uuncaiow ori gbud^lted loi I* real good Ordriiomt. four-piece bathroom and e-room ttucco bungalow Living rnom. 

vaiur ae» todav- »« .400 » < « blight rabinet kitchen all nicely dacnr- dining room large Kitchrn two twin- 

down full price I Ur JUU «'ed In plea>lng color tchenie Prlre * lM ' bedroom*, three. piece bathruom full 

C.U B„« da, or nigh I $7450 ^"«U.dg 4 5 ?m/ ■"Tffl TnJS 

RFVFNIIF DrUPKJI ic WS - S7850 


REVENUE — JUBILEE 
$2500 DOWN $2500 


. for lit that e bf Ihe view - and the « P«<*.len| full en,rr> batrmen! kaun- ??X*e , ,,_5S^**T^Sf e m 

owner U leaving for the rati and In- rerond bedroom It paneled In anoity pine dry "ibt hot -air p.ped furnace to an ** ,i.* rfJKif,'. «*' , “‘ ,m , "‘ h 

•temj Of rentlna W gulng to tell with while the den It flnUhed in maMiguiy toonn ¥ n * nl , * 0 ' n ' kit, hen 

a row down p.vmenl Tbit U a lovely a four-pier- bathroom and a twii-ptrca 7 pep. ate g.rage Th.Len wr ^hr,i k 

hnne sii ling on a half ar re of park- ta hruoin complete thi> flour rm ih> « feve. loi i .>• ta« } ' d F h ,hr,r 1 0®*a and ai ,i*n- 


•lead of rentlna la guing to cell with while th- den It finUhcd in malmanny roonu 
a row down pavinenl 7 hit t* a lovely a fnur-pler- balhrovm and a Ian -piece 7 .>epe tie garage 

T.’l nr _. °° • h * ,f •* r » of park- wa hrooin complete (lilt floor On Hie * Level loi Take, sat 

jlf* • M over. noting the golf lower level tliere ta a large rumpu* roum » Monmly pajment »JS 

* ,ou , r 7*ara old and well one bedrunm. a hathrnom laundry room. 

If I ir n,i B ' Th H *■ •upervuir.n workthop and atoyage cupboard. The SySOO DflWn 

Ir.Kie rnmpritr. Through hall lame Imut- it radiant beared ar. d u an we ll 4 L'UWri 

*••!■ • M, L '‘"P"* 1 ' /amiiy-elae eonttroeied and inlBlllIf iTiaT beating C..H 
ii?iu‘le ' l * u,n *‘ kitchen, roeu fo- the Uat !J wiontht wre only rUll rflCe 4)/OUU 


o-r ii loaav at too f 

down, full price 5IU,DUU 

Call B SUM day or ntghi 


REVENUE— REVENUE 

• loiMJ' Thi» good one ihowt you 15'. 


Pirate rail AI Hhlldrmeyer 
Re. Albion 3-M 


$7850 


Plea.e contact Mi Clark 
Plume 0 7171. ftc Home* 12*01 


w.ivv. me WIUAIWS OKAnri - mrougn nan lame Imut, u radiant healed « nd it an we ll 

INBULA7TD "?'** '•'•P 1 * 1 ' /omtly-jloe con.trueied tad ItUftHOT lhat hea'ia* C..II 

WIRED POM CLCCTHIO HANOI , J. ?. “. rl,hl e “ Ukn ?. l ... h,Wh *?- ■?"* ,0? yl "‘•’"'ht are only rUll YX IC 

NSW BRONZE HOT-WATER HEATER '** *'F,IV f * *" .tf’ 1 "' *. ,nk ,l34 Th,, « u •" •*«•< »■••<* garage fur M , rl 

M W ALTUMAT1C OIL IIBATTNO UNIT **“» „H>bcl0ttt Hirer cart Over 13 ww of Wi tun wall- ** -““** 

m.ly II* pfi, , • ' ' * _ BUlniiitMr elecirlr lid water tank tiaC an appointment to view EXCLUSIVE. $99 

. <t ] A SOD * lnof * 10 •"•'h room* houte intulaied Jame> n L nurridce 

1 -5* U.JV7U atr.r aria, hed itrege 17 Oho down A*/ RAV HIGH LO 

Clear -lit la but termt ran be arranged reatonahle monthly paymenu on baianoe . t-rrvrv 7 ’ w 

J S Boorman e««i u jojh Ftrlunvr Hanna ^ , , c r a. A|i*rtment— convection Ptve reoiaia Tltrough hall plan 

at 511 /DDO 53 *on yearly Well Jorated tn atretrhir,* ihrmian il 

Mm. tn. n _ .... '"»» foul* "ear atnret. beach and goir dining room Open fir 

VIEW ROYAL 1 bfMtkim .MM.aiSu l.rkt Term, available ,,y, -,Ie_ ImUl: La., 


JAMES BAY 
EXCLUSIVE 


, _ • M)A#M 1*U»r nirrr 

L vmg room, dinette kitchen two nert- oa hroom itilttv mum with r 
r<>. tu* and Pembroke bathroom, plut laohdry tray* automatic oil 
»Sin* ^CuL 0 *!? lh J '•••eroem 'par*. 4 eu uni'' I.lpen Hi all 

*■*• '• . “ u<1 , * r ‘* Wl * •dlnmaitr electric, l.- f water «a 


Eariaaive with Herb Kortgeun, B 3101 
Dev or {light 

THREE BEDROOMS 
$9950 

HIGH LOCATION 


Through hall three room* end kt'.ciltn- ,,W V' t" 1 * “"* 'how* you 15'. rrcwAn,, rnnue 0 7111 Reiidence. K 2*01 

rue plua oath uptlaio I hit fine home J 4 ** »'“• » three-room tuite for vuuraelf STOP 

it newly drcoraied Inalde and out it u **i« deairable dltlrlcl very elate * , ... rr n .., 

01 wonderful Conttruction a,U looiri Heidom a varanev Houte in good U >»o*'ng for a good family JAMES BAY 

are piped for gaa |i t* -|nt, to hot. «ound rondltlnn w|ih new Duroid roof hn,B# ,hl * rould be it large living 

«UooL and but »lop. Oil hauler tnrl new rtterlor palm. Compleielv fur- d, "'nk r«<.n». larga kitchen FXC1 U^IVF 

tawdiial k,.«hen itnge and -ta tluv* nDhed Immediate puitettian Term. ’. ht " up fir (loon Hut-air CAV»LU5IVt 

ficenint lh * houl< FuU pM " '* IU » ^M‘Brir» including d-rtcrin ?* p * r * 1 * ( ' low *■ Walking di.ianc. m Pailiamtnt Bu.iif- 

*lrm, $6350 rgrmlur ' 59500 ^; U “f trantpouatlon eTQQQ.ngt and m. wl.h tout" " .pLme 

Pie... Phoa. K-nJtm^n. f.n o t:0l C.,1 B Jio* day or nigh, Al SM „J yr , U0U .T ^TSS T^uV^e'u 

e " Albion 2 M Hu< 0 1117 l» t police* rondltlnn throughout and 1* 

Ai.ni rv HIGH nilAHCA -ft- •Huatefl on a me* boulevarded urea* 

DUPLEX nion VUAUKA «‘h»r nice home, it compr.tea 

C .mpriving four ranma down wrb teta- BF^T I HGATinW DtUKLXJMS " "T. **•» leading 

r#'< entrance ins bathroom for owner DCj I LUV-/N I IUN I . . . ,7. “ *?, 11 ‘ v "J? ri *° m **"* ,lT *‘ 

plu, three ».>onit up •aim aim bath- 1 ,iTflt» n»* ,nit nin.-ve.. ...... VACANT . on - b *? h p, 7- 


$6350 

Pleate Plione Ken Sturgeon. Evei o tj«t 
Office B 727(1 


VIEW ROYAL nor nmith. H fi>7 evemnat 0 ) 01 . d'tion tOC 

EXCELLENT VALUE I cvrn.ciur l Buen5,f 5,000 

$1500 DOWN” I EXCLUSIVE V'EW ROYAL 

9 JUU U\J WIN I $1500 DOWN SI 500 Modern ranch, l tOO tq ft., at’rwllve 

Thl. large new home of five -oom. UUWfN 5 JUU w.ll-bnlll bungalow aiaoHtng nt B h and 

asiVyfflr tjb^ks. vss..^ self-contained duplex 2;r,-:Vr h a n ^^p«mr;u^^^ 


EXCLUSIVE 
$1500 DOWN $1500 


I.V" 1 a:’*'.n r r .hruu. . ^elf.eon.tined up and-d . an .f U; ,, each no„* window . utllHy with three W||X y | H 

si'.-.Sr-fL*'", -i-i ss;. Sir, ^ivs; nmSUT w. r s.. *••* .'«••« a,",.. 1 : as 


dti-ing room large Vlrtn-a Vrea.tiS ^‘-'•'-uivniivtu uutlca 
nook two a bud b-drocima and a utUity ri ii i nn|Ar r ,nnn 

room Pull bate mem with a. lie -in rULL rKICL $4900 

t arage and fealuring bot-wi’.r f»», . 

a tv lot, afl in anrubt evergrevl.a helf-eontatned up-and-down duo -t each 

etc Owner will runtid-r a nw m,»n ll *» »' '*'•!* empanew and «on- 

pavment and balance like ran' ruU *•»»•« living riKim, bedroom, ktlchen and 
prlee f . . r a/s bathroom two earaii**, large lot cloae- 

llrrmai Jl | | . jUU loce'lon LatU ill- at prraetir 

rvivivc.i nu „ rented -i it) 5o p-r month uwner o-v% 

nvENiNOfl a o«J« l 1<trt ori | V Aft Ult lhlt sU , M ,J agulckly 

.a) in* full price C/fOnn 

OAK BAY-BEACH DRIVE 

EXCLUSIVE 

Un-trelled view of the B’ralt ard th. dca/^/am i_iii t rsi ipsi rv 

Olimple Mountain* Bv-ry roum n mu BEAlON HILL DUPLEX 

new home ha« a tea »lr» \ ipnt 

level home that .« nor rntir-ly rum- » I $1500 DOWN ' f 


w.ndowi Thru aide hall Large living 
room with brick fireplace, pull dlntn* 
'rnoui, beautiful kt'chcn rjoxlkr nth 


V If A I nan already arranged 
Call Roy Oreen. anytime, fl 2101 

WHERE ELSE 

IN 

• OAK BAY 


Eve. B 170* Anytime, it 7775 


tree. Tete* Ik: 
Price 


a tliuated on a nice ' boulev arded trreai 

1 Dcrsnc^c^ttr betide other nice hornet It comprite* 

- 1 3 BEDROOMS entrance hall aith French door leading 

N I . to an attractive living room wlih fire- 

VACANT pl,,: ' »tal*h*d on both tide, with ply- 

•Id nuccn wnnd alto French door leading tn a 

l heating Art now fnr thu tnund ftT*-r<v«m bun- e0R * , ®" , ft me dining room, twu «or*d- 

firepia re gatnw Through hall plan lo living ®*dfnfm* -one flnuhed in knotty 

fnr range ronm three uedroomt. large kitchen !’ lnf four niece bathroom modern 

a laundry vitlliiy room and three-piece bathroom wired fnr range Pull high 

orra with AJl newlv decorafeit m.ide and nut t, **"ffnt •lined* hot-air furnace piped 
wrth fruli Durntd r ■ . f .eparat* -taragr Clear *° •“ rrK ' m * Bepntat* matching ga- 

<t Q drvn n .'J r l,,, » Ol**" »• nnr/v '•«* i h, « »>•"«•• ffild not be replaced 

58400 "ffert Price S42 j 0 ' or atkmg <Q7C-A 

niehi Ed Olton ; evening. 0 4*0* pr,i: * Bf 5o/DU 


CITY *** Vlntng B Mo* day nr night Bd Olton; evening. 0 ** 0 * 

$1500 — DOWN — $1500 

m*-r«.m alder type uungilnw turee STOP CEDAR HILL WAY!! 

uedreont ell in euod tuniinan. an .... ....... ' . 

Hi inde. y airfield out «er.tcv clr*. to Look at thl. for value Pour-mam- AoDfOXimnfp v I 400 Pt 

i liaoit Separata gtragr lovely gar- ** ,u * modern tlucru bungalow |p gold ' * 

dec Tatra only $1o Mm'lilr r*t- ?. Uh •“■‘A'lori Urge living room villi $10 500 

merit, le.* thwn tiu tier mm • w-<i 1 1 fireplace and ink fl-wtr. 


fs'rV*r fl ° Ut f0Ul<! ItnUh'if for very 


BEACON HILL DUPLEX 
! ! $ 1 500 DOWN ! ! 


fir nmmendrd With tom# m i . 7HA •Ith drtvr-in ga.-age Thu 

‘«7f* - SI4./UU h " 01 ' h' 1 * to day* from completion 

Mr Cryer E 717*. Evet K I7J SHA loan airraitv arranged to make 

A PICTURE BUNGALOW im>vri| 10^550 


Fnr further Informatiun pirate rnmael 
A M Millar O Till or Eve*. O »2!« 

CEDAR HILL 

A new home oh a large lot The well- 
planned modern ttucco conaiata of fist 
room, amt through hall There are many 
extra* and convenient feature, about thla 
borne eg oil brat, air conditioning, 
hardwood floor* meiaf caawment win- 


tn an e., .pmihi.IU goocl Mraiion o < a 
corner lot *e uffer a blu.-ir>m ranrn- 
type with brerxeway lo garage, no 

t »0t. tlurco bungtl-iw Vary t*. ractive 


Call Huy nrren anytime ftjipj 

OAK BAY 


JviTbt RANCH BUNGALOW 
$ 1 0.950 0,L FL00R FURNACE 


uu- mo >cnooi ciote ,cr\ ■■•" «'■••«• hi .*■ nomev Thla - — ■••-••■ rvwoitm win- 

termt Prii, 5/4jU home romp rivet large do *>. Bflve-ln fireproof garage: dote to 

r Drew n MM bva. w ttto wt,h 7*i*P»are familv tire * rh<,0 * l V"> tran.tionatron and earh 

n sin* wet f *im dining room twn twin-tiie bedroom* r 00 " 1 " Brtghl and cheerful Thl* home 


Pive-roo*n new xtucco home cparlpiu 
living room with imart Ionian trick 
fireplace litnette beautiful cabinet kit- 
Then Pour-p-er* Prmar-var oath two 


ON THE ROAD 
TO ROCKY POINT 


J*t Level— Knchei 
lng ro 
piece 
ment, 

2nd Lav el— Orand 
matter 


Ird Level— Two unflnUhed oedro-m* ^'1" rahmrl 'thVh.ri'wiih^nlr'e on » large roriur lot Vety 

fc... lh HilM BtVamen 0 . furnaci. l.indVy $95 

Evumat# to complete home w. nave on tulu .eparate qaeagr On, block fn.m 1 Li iv.s. k *Ti- 


-?n d « r! h r n ''"I'h'l 'dial outlay and park Paymenlt 575 o-nCAA 
will ne far below market value i.er- m(ln , h » ,., nrh ^.1 ,, $9500 

Inc kitchen range and dining roam fur- ” ? " I 

nmire included i-rcvper rive nufcl.Biett c **' b °7 B ""tn O' man Evant B 2l»7 
with heart condition or email children eve*, O SOU • O Bits 

are not recommended * . . QAA 

Pnc, '' 900 HIGH LOCATION 

3 BEDROOMS 


Mr Cryer *7174 Evet . E3I71 

AMAZING 
$1000 DOWN 


Very in- Thl* moat attractive Ivwme aat biilll bv 
tQCAA t, “ f" rM,ri t owner fuai 14 year* agu .mi 
J7JuU " 1,1 imuiai Ulale rnndluon li -i.ir and 
E317J "UL Situ. led rear Windsor P41* |( haa 


COUNTRY RESIDENCE 
5.6 ACRES 


broke bathroom Half eath. tf-xnCA 
balance monthly. Price SOtOU 

Mr. Buchidk* B 510* dav or night 


four-piece Pembroke bathroom and h ** n#v, 7 been occupied end wn built 
kftartoue cabinet kitchen Pull high b 7 • flm-elaaa t 

ba-emen: with hm-air pip,,) n,aiing ccaftvman 5 I 1.900 

Adjoining garage with bree.ew.r Pleaae eont.c. I y H Mr ,a n j, 

uf Mr,ru i* r * ‘n 1 * kPpnlniment Bvet f IMI 

t« View P;.* M .all W o llevt Rea 

Colqulta Jio-W 

51500 down HIGH HAULTAIN 

Nhelv altuaied and handy in ail enft. 

FAMILY HOMF *.*••«»*** e«*> and modern N II A bun- 

nwrvrc ktlow of POUR COMPACT ro-.mi af 


entrance and 'hriiueh hall Large living Reafly nice •hree-bedr.jom n.imr with 
room with up»n Hrrpu.-r Outfvt-aice ,ul1 batnnent Fruit treej m atniud- 
dimng rooir. Twu nedmum* and 1 deti Pioucrti all lenced tot. uf 


$1500 DOWN (Ulnar, and dO»e'-lii „ f agi”'"Thu"V.’a 

ESQUIMALT DM 1 ,B r, T4'cA^' 

:“mo.?:5:;!^ rtt r;vra j t I „r,..b: * '^r^. *: 7 ?2S 

'• ft**" arrompllvhrd on thla troartl 


J dEDRUOMS 1 len anted by *n laying pullet* ,|hrre are /‘■bPi laundry ut> 

OAK BAY NORTH • »*» «*° gee**' a Otnolcr ho . e Which ‘"f* IV with fruit 

1-vv-rn I ri Hardwood Floorvi Thrm inhm it r * n rtu ' ,b l'' •« • ahel*. erf, Water ’“'.-eij. P;r*t lime offer. 

Am nnn Attrcvz-Hw- narawooa riOOrs I nrouqnour u ,u PD i„ d ; lerlMC hull, JO day* 

Among Artrocrive Homes pump The proper'. It nra-e.1 1* true Full price I.AJ 

hear ihopoing centrv. .rhool, and tra»- B ° d Spank,n 9 New I ful* "TaleTLr^^nJy.**?"^ t '*' 1 "" Wrl#h ’ 8 ^,0, • r ' v ' in '' 

p i\’ rt J l . tm . - H, *' ro,> « HUcco b«ing.»!»w Thu beautiful modern emtio bungalow are the tiocithly ntyiti'nu »i omi dewn 

oil hnt-alr heated Cttr* larae living I. lltUatad In hiah Ltkr Hill and rrm- -..i.ncv at g Li L n , Paymfnia If NFW SIX ROOMS 

roam with flreul.r* dining room eke- mand. an .inabklrucfed view of the ranged to tu": ' 'NCW jl A KUUMb 

tne Kitchrn thrra hednvotnt and four- Saanich Hltb Thu home 11 d»ilerifd yuii on e 57 3 SO OAK BAY — RASFMPNT 

piece bathroom Oarage .e t ,.rv. In fnr living with a through hall plan a Uh ‘ 8 Phone Mi, Krllv » -nl ^ DAitMtN I 

b.vrmant Immtdlaia puat.ttiun Tat* parquet fluort, Lively Targe living rnom "* ’ r,,u - * 


■ 1 pTeacnt -un rumpua room and r „ari A.kme nrir. - . . — „ „ 

Wi nu £ *?'• r' “-r s 1 4 . 700 

iCecs w .tc, »«e r "B for vale alnre mr* B* T27I *** n y*tl ro* n#, • ° ***-\ 


Bparliniv teven-ruam familv ham, feet through hall plan • 

among. I new and .ipen.lv. home* Liv- £‘ n “ *lrlna and dlnin* area Pvill 

ina roam granite fireplace large uinint »lBI»h*d room furnace etr 

room vparii.ua kitchen two bedrvfim* Slf, ** rdrn f, " ced Ahoul 

and bathroom down and two nvomTuJ ^ C ” 8 h,nd,,, » 

l.arge high batement piped hat-air *•>“* •' i04w 


call. K MarParlane , ft.. Q a#Tv 


Mr Belcher. 0 7171. Evv. E .14* 


FAMILY HOME 


$11,550 


* 12 * tf 70 AAA * ,,h tn*'* hroadloom > articling full 

For qukk atla -fllZ.ZUU » *H-Vruth Vi'rah'e fireplace guett-ilie A .,, 

C J Harrington, .ve, cut hr . n • |th „ . h,r ' Uinmt 


Phone Mi* Krllv f 7|7* 

HALF AN ACRE 

deughtiul •nnd'-rii i.uniaia 


4iOOOO ln,lydln « »i.Jop lo- Wii.ow. 
■97777 Th-e, D.dr -i n. L*'-*hlP*d 


3 BEDROOMS— N H A 
$1700 DOWN 

Thit is inured the greatest opportunity 
offered to people wanting a brand new 
three- heoroom stucco bungalow wait a 
full bateinenl nol-alr piped heat (auto- 
matic oti tllghtlV more', drive-ln garage 


bungalow rhree brdroomt n>n» twlnr, 
large living room mndern cabinet klt- 
rhen. remrefl throughout Full basement 
with drlve-ln taragr Large lot Neat a* 
* Pin and verv ea.y to own. ,r nC o 
Only tt VM down full price SDyDU 
Mr Roger* H SIM day or night 

REVENUE 
$1500 DOWN 


NICE HOME a-.ee r„r, trail price Vm " . ju ri 

Three be-dmom tiuntalaw built fu»t prior If'*,."''*' n . * , '*l' ONE ITIOUP/ND 

to the lavt -war lit* nice livinx room ^ ' nrt '*>• DTli-1 


GRFATl V Drni irrn room* With hsruwfvid floor* and clothe, room and laundry off the airmen rutl ' r*V‘ .KrwalK* Ku., r-i >n> c-u. 

onert 1 L7 ntUULCU ric-.eca Pull hi«h cement ba*/mrru base mint and hot-air heating Thl* ■ ***** term* (3 a*fl e*m, nelen.e it! 7ii 

eb 1 1 , r- ,1 s- 1 wi'h drlve-ln Itrenrool career New- * brand pew «r,rvc-<r- f®'*®*ft ONLY TWO of theje duality 

Uverlookmg Golf Course ,v >'* alr-eondiuonlng furnace large hau.e 59995 *' r - m ' »»• :.••> (*o«*ri*l,r. AUtuvt nr 

Seo and Mountains $12,950 . 

sks xajz^ota-i: ‘£1^TSB: 

' ' "FXTR A QpFfi AI " ••*•'•“ 

» :■ o„Ir r A r SPE r CIAL 

price slashed 

OWNER MUST SELL . .. *8800 ^ H R g8^ B ° A u s ^T 

pl "* ,,u « M » . , , VFRY FA^Y TFRM^ FSOUIMALT Remodeled — Redecorated 

Hepburn. Bvee I IBM C f\ T LAST I tK/VlJ Mndern faur-room uunialqw. ideal for e / ran Hit Raeannali Avenue |. 

Illneva forrev vale of thl* immaculate MeallUioe* 4 f'« , r, n Lif Um i*" 8 'I 00 ' -^OjUU r**il. aviud va i# !• . wir*<l 

_ flieToom vlurrn hungalow wttn nicely il Jl * bedrmvm*. fur elertne rani- and *a<er na* a 


AALh AN ALKE iTtm,' ^VTo^l^d thraughout W. mllT VoV, m ^ WVT,N 

diningroom ail-electne kit- ben'wlth bar ‘ Q " »all* *?'d fgll'n.. 'wiied ‘k U 9n 101 0< » our - rwYenue prnptKttHtjn that 

end break'wt nnnit four-piere Pe m - , " ,r " n * t--«haped .Ting and dining roam, r»rge and hoi wiirr rvaraee r ' hnlf * f° r "t unbelievably low price It h'likv In »,# pr- month One i>i|i. rnm- 

broae /le'hrnnm three fuil-aix* hed- ""•t 1 kllrhen •*. Hue bedroom* ba*rv- f m.r* flier*'* 'Ue vink inn* uiiidrv lfl " Jd, » * lo**l» H«IBf toam a|ib fir#- »»'*•* a rablie* kltrlten plu* living room 

r-vim* with hardwond floor* and clothe, room and laundry off the kifrner, rutl 'r*v* .iirwalg. Puli ei , o> dtl,. t"* 1 ^ dlring room cabinet kitchen three and bedroom Jarnnd ai||l« contain* -*fc- 

ric-.eu Evil high cement baac merit ba.emmt and hot-air heating Thla . s •'* term* *! .40 c*-n, n*l*n * xit 7h 'Pdfoami. Pembroke bath roam Durntd t nr ' kllrhen living .oom and iwn b»,i- 

wi'h drlve-ln llrenrool garate New- ■ brand new tfrtcmc- ONIY TWO of the.y quality Tt,0 f * nd nardwood floor* Th* full roam* Rv-ment with laundry irav* 

Jvti* alr-cnrdltlonin# furnace lari* hau.e 5777^ *»•:. - Paa*r*i|,c tuau-' nr P'S'* CQ7RA nowh 11 > d- r 1 

L"rt. raped Iol « 1 0 Call Mr Btcnklnaop *»*•-? oom P an eihiUr oru- »«>ur iO/jU Prlt. 5j I UU 

Pull price I. _ SIZ,73U a ...o, , r and term. U.u.t N M A legal ->f e c. Contact M Morey E J4I4 B Prlt* B 7J7g Mr V inln* n mo* a.. 

N CE HOME "ntran price Y-t ,ju t , right Mf Vln|n • " 5|I » «f •» «l|M 


?2,*£°!Ji£!,.. D0,,LrX QtnTB BENILT 
V/CD MAM A A a r»T 1 a 1 o PiOHT APACIOUB ROOMS located I i'll 

VtKNON MARTIN & * V * NU * beautiful 

^ 01 Si? D, r ,OK - hall A HEAL 

C^O I TfS riKW famfly-alae llvint room Jin lng 

L. I L J. room and kllrhen Open vtair lo four 

I 1117 g4) VOTER 8T n ,,,, bedroom, tone ha* ftrapla'ei 

O *1»7 and bathroom Pull ba.em.nl, aura 
Member Real E*taie Board of Victoria' J o1 . f“f««* t»‘P»d drlve-ln garage 

garden « real family home and 

- ^ ciuMr VALUK $9950 

Mr Belehar 0 7111, Eve. fill* 


"K. PRICE SLASHED SES TT 

UPHTAIRfl blltlanT rpnn. two •veBrooma] ' •'■•v-l. JLAJI ILL2 “ l “ 

*-wng roof*, and bathroom Pull ta»e- ^VA/fvICT) til 1 r-r c- r- • , _ 

M;* , nNr. ,,0 r. > . 1 ^ AT?1< OH. -O- MB TIC OWNER MUST SELL m,‘T 

HEATTNO. PRICK, on termi ip. n ap- wr M 


bavetnrni with hnt-alr piped furnare , 
wire riMim in ba.’cment ideal for chil- 
dren to plav «n wet day» Drive in 

KST5." 1 " '“ r,,,0 $8800 

Mr Ben net 1 g 7174 r.e. E 4313 


GOOD FAMILY HOME IN 
OAK BAY 

OIL-O-MATIC HEAT 

la four family requiring mura roomf 


Thl* may oe the hnnve for yuu It con- **® PORT flTREET 

or four bedrooms large kip li*n DCX/CKII IC cm cm r'o.'. V .T r “' Pxreiieni 

wired for range dining room, "king „ KtVtNUfc $177.50 1,..-- p * n con . , i ,,n JI of through halL 

wtb firetilar- and den mo fire p ' r mon,h Near flt Josephs HotpKaJ ”f*Place. gu»u-.i»r 

m I k 1 a Pull ba.rmrnt Tai-a omv 1114 J ,,u ^ rental unit* up and bathroom r * , *lr>k» electric kitchen 

Oc- id te'm* available e cAA rur roamv lor owner with private bath- , ,v a "'*hg vivace, three bedroom* and 

full pru e 5> I U jLuJ • nd "en-room bachelor volte Well , 8 , ' ’ ,n * ,lwlf Automatic »n 

C'iniarl L. R Ouldt aveg. B *«]* '•*?'' f »- *nd hetler-clav lenarit. with .L** 1 ! h ! ,,, •‘•’•"•ft baaemenl 

•eldum a vacancy t. ana handle* Autu. ij 11 r,n, »ti'd playronm Copper pipe 
kiriii * ■ v 1 » , if-,,, matlc real a'uker , , . . * . Periled garden lot Oarage 

^rut n*MAn/uCATlMr^ K*rlu«lve listing Pm. $13,000 rh " n » Mr*. Shirley. I 41(1 or O 1415 
OlL-O-MATIC HEATING NOT NEW— NOT OLD 

but lovely Oakland^ arfa 


real estate and 
insurance 
McCANDLESS realty 


heisterman & CO. 

• r.iao'Uhed IM4i 
IIJ1 BLANSRARD (Near Vlewl 

tAh.ra Peon l. Refer Their Friend* 

E 41*1 

MODERN— OAK BAY 
6 ROOMS— OIL HEAT 
$12,400 

Here la an opportunity to buy a hour* 
which repr-vent. real value' Eacellent 


OAK BAY 


Three vea-v aid Inraied among new 
•mine*, orrup *d by nn* lad v ii*. Ipveiy 
ronm* In new condition Through ne t 
• tlrarilve living roam tf.14 *ep*rat« 
dining room electric cabinet kitchen, two 
•win -*7te bedrnnmv dnuble rloael* and 
1 inur-ot*’ a bathrnam Pull high ba*e. 
ment laundry tr*y«. rocmer pipe fqr- 
nace and electric waler lank Plreprcnr 
| <fr|*e-in garage and lake* IIM flood 
'arm* and nir4 many dll CCA 
humr* to romuare at J I I , JjU 
Mr Belrhet. 0 1171, Rv*. , K 4M4 


floor plan con.iatlng of through hall, 
living room wth fireplace. «j,«l-.l*, • 


piKadon 

H Hepburn, Bve* loj* 


Boorman Investment 
Co Ltd. 

• II VIEW STREET K 1134 


THREE BEDROOMS 

Mndern new ranrh-r tle .turrq 
egienrir l.aeg* living mom and 
gu**t-*iie dining room an uitra- 
mnnern kitchen Qll-O-Maite 

tzl $ 13,000 


VERY EASY TFRMS ESOUimalt 

V Cf\ I LAJ T I Mndern four-room Uung.low. ideal for 


nine.* forrev vale of thla tmmarulato m 7*‘ n.rL 3 . .I'J 8 

five-room alurcrv hungalow with nicely pTmurL. ■arieL.m ,or ,l ' rl " r r,n ’ •*'" •••»* n*» a 

flnlvlved rnom In Pavement Over |,|W me* kitchen flood new piped lutriac, nag ,i„.„ . 

•quqre feel floor .pare C«mpn-*v m., , 5A9SO M r ,!\'.L ' ' ' * * ' '• ,l "* 

Ihrmish hall apai-lr.u* living rnom With Mr P B-nneli ,9-7, ^ " 

"pen ilreplara and lovely golden nag ."V " fn nF l « K 7174. Ev#» Kill) m ‘•a-cmeni drlye-r. gar,** -epar.'* 

I floor I CTueM alee dining room cabinet LOVELY VI FW OF SF A 
kitchen Iliad .Ink and wired fnr range A *,r. ,. IT d a i/rn 

Pour-pieea Pembroke bathrnnen two AND MUUNl BAKER 
twin vlre bedroom, full lined cement About half-hnur run nn Sr new pa *Kla 

Pavement, leeel itrlie-ln garage hm air Highway Dte. roam luvuve witn Hire# 

1 furnare and laundry luh. Hnu.e I* bedrnnmv Ifn' -* *i«r h-.l Till > modern 
I fbilv Insulated and equipped aiih tlnrtn home u >i>u«'r-1 o n on« acre an,, v<r> 

I dooft and vrreen dmirv The uwner t,*. »*‘er viipph Pull 1 A CAA 

I taken steal pride In both the home and !”-•'» ''vemi* j IU,DUU 

| "«# larje attractive garden Must ne A.k for Mr Rennert E 7174 »*#• y uu 
I •*- n to t»e appreciated Hum plea*e -j urpnc/Mir 

rail B»t> Mien at B 1157 or Eve. R i».» J DCUhUUMi 

$9750 v HIGH LOCATION 

Price J 7'JU.|-„ ur.vear.nid alurro kunga.OW. mnrl/.n 


from htieme 


flee thl. beautiful ranch-type a'ucco bun- 
• aloe Itval-d IB a new divtncl rlo.a tie 


OAKLANDS AREA 


' S£SSr*3f CEDAR HILL DISTRICT 
"'cUiV'wp"' I Acre of Excellent Land 

4UI or c. 1*1* *\ urro hungalow Living room 

41*1 or O 1411 W |th rireplare hall two bedroom, kit- 
chen with nank bathroom, garege, lool- 
"'Cd wond.hed Lovely .Hustlon Rplen. 
AKtA ,Md '•t”’ irnwlng your roncA 

vegetable, etr Prlre JOtjU 

■*» 7»f Mr Edward* Eva* O Mil 


B »*'•* or R 'i'll 


RANCH-TYPE BUNGALOW 
FIVF ROOMS— CLOSE IN 
SICKNESS FORCES SALE 


VET fcr Mr Edward. «.^ O M). 

> cabinet kllrhen ertred for 

large bedroom., utility room CCA uirui 

ilec» bathroom Pull have- JtA WtW 

wn ee> ra room, hot-air fur- ,, 

Immediate Dosa'itl-m flood ‘ ' Acre* good land, eloae la lh* Eg, 
ible With penmental Farm 


VACANT 

17 owl or M 1100 bill. give, 
you poaaev.inn of a flve-rocm 
.tilng bungalow Reifer tiian 
u.ual plan Airy and bright with 
tunny window outlook blft lm. 

&. u EVsm. .. $7500 

Mr Davit Eve., n Hit or Mr Plddlck 
Evei Albion 1J7Y 


FAIRFIELD 

Three hadlnnm. plu* a /lari, liv- 
In* room vablnel kllrhen k» p 
well planned, each plea. ant >n 

Prtce^onlv .. $6500 

Be# Thia Before V ta» Buy 

ALMOST FOREVER IS YOUR 
DUROID ROOF 

Big beautiful. lately room* 

Hi* oaten m Lake Hill dl.trlrl 
Th» feature* of a planned home 
at* »!l nere Raw lo live in. 
ea.y 'o ie*t A v*rt rharmlng. 
graclou* vetting among me oak. 

A view nrtr aurroqn ling hill. 

$i3,5oo 

Mr Orlave. »ve* r :»H 
Mr Twamley B **13 


r "ur -ve ir ..vi,) alurro bunga.nw moden J'v.'X'vi.jj > w 
• ll»d cabinet kllrhen brlghi ir||i>y annCO h>" home 
r-min off Full • *m«nt bavemrni at 58 VjU no ooo •„ 
*,“ r **' Owner win do • llUle Cominarel. in.ulated 


redecorating in a rnlor v-firmr lu v,il 
» 0 U HHf down ff AAA A 

KINCi RFAl TY n»i - 59U00 

lx I INO KtAL I T Cell ftadr W urilr E 7174 nr H jeni 

1331 Oovernmenl flrreei, Vlclona BC I 1/ I r~/ A D ,^v, 

UlL^Nlt b - d 4JL 

HIGH QUADRA $1500 DOWN 

n l c i i T *° Bui ** -Three large room* eat 

Bungalow special »l'h separate electric meter, and ae| 

arat. enirancee, aeparate rahinei ti 

Not a h«M*t Name on the market at Chen. 'With .lng*' newl» dernrai.,1 


Tim hofpe yw*i th* oare 
110 OOO 1M solid lavt tear 
IfMUlated and tinianeii ti 


IW IlStol 1 ••heme lo M.il different Ohwoqd. 4n every ro-.m Heated co ITn 

d n CO nnn " v i),r I«n»»-r«v heamg unit. co LTD 

r IL.fl'i:*’ _ ... J7UUU comple-ei, auldiKtllc MfrnrUV* ri- I0J« Dl ANflHAMD AT FORT 

Call < mdr Wurtle E 7174 or B 3401 l*r:or a lh »!<(. iiverhan* through hail 

^ * '1 Pi u:e Willi . in r 

DICKIE S - N H A DE LU 

$1500 DOWN ; 

Two Bui e* -Three large mom. etch n ,„ n p 4 v*'. a at >21 -an he tv.um^d ll V Sllllkled on a n 

wl'h separate electric meter* and w*. ie-,-e,l l^v me ahnw vou revl dtliav lvndaap.il lot In a 

arat* enlranrea, aeparate rah Ina I ki< value In * home 'ha' mu»l ,e a>lo by ’ l,)n •" ,I *'»• Two 


DICKIE'S * B 4312 

$1500 DOWN 


and t»u " 'a. a It COO A A 8,Bd '* Cl 1 AA C *■■»•»• »e uo.a-.vl Hood L*. *11?. *2^ *"' M ** ,h# ■»* 

Pnea only 589UU p,lf » .... $ • I ,U2 J t'rma available Wnn d y -y c A p »'»" 

Term. Arran ced * Mt5*Mr^ndi^ ,, ’A nn ' ,nl Br ** , *« •' 56/50 BIDNPY 

c * anvMWk nTm® GORGF SPFflAI ** Mr Wt,,m r oin? T' l', h# • ,,n, 

vTUBUl j“tl.lAL , Are ym* looking far a nl.e pit, a v> llr^ 

$3250 Handles "FVHinuiai t« T h r, ’"" u ' hota ,n,u rtt ’ 

C . ^ — . Ptkhl -year old modern 4‘,-fbum *r.Keo COVJUIMALI P '**' r **« , i »‘«rro bungalow en'ranra 

M MOMT AF^I IF bungalow Oak floor* Pirepiare All .p*c I • n j . . J* 1 roam with firtplaee dining 

^ IN. /VlLJIN I A\jUt l«u* room* Pine garden patio aeparate Lovely Residential Area J ,,n, ,‘Z 0 *{•* ‘"•room* mndern kll- 

rr» I TI) garage flood ItKaUon Halame of m cnep. 'nree-ptere bathroom full cement 

_ LTD SI MS per month rervACn C 7 ,,r *‘ ,l i ' M l“Fnr* on Urge ,ot ve* baaement hot-air healed a i r 

1021 Bl AN0HAHD AT FORT Oi31« Eull pure $8950 . s,u,T . ro '«'*rMir CdftUtna living Drlve-ln garage Full pr1»# 5 I 5/UUO 

or i.irai evv., _ _ _ _ _ room fireniacei il'.atg 1 , dining room Ca»h gig non 

N H A DE LUXE BUNGALOW-JiDRGE " - »•'“•'■ •- • 

In n a uc LUAt NO btepS fnur-plnce Pembroke tiathronm Upviaira 


A«* for Mr Weight E SHI, avei . O *7»7 One acre of heating frail (rail 

Are you lonkina far a nlra plar* in I|m 

I'Ctnniiiii Tif %,,h r '” BU ' ' r<,m ,n *H at* » 

t 3UUIMALT ' Five-room alurro bungalow en'ranra 

, , , h *»* •»“««* r*am with fireplace dining 

Lovely Residential Area **" bedroom* modem m- 

rhen 'hree-ptere bathroom full rem.nl 
rhaemutg re.idonre on Urge iot aea ba.ement hnl-*|r healed * , c rir\r\ 


NHA DE LUXE 


We b-ueve thl. lo r.» |he bea> rive- 81 *7ear-old .turco bungalow flpaclnua "'»*!» bedroom* and a.wlng room 7 C A A <• a C- i i 

$1500 CASH 

“ 41# balance at |. '■«'?" “ 1""? '* ** U THRFF RFHOrir 

•no with level) view fa, lot* lire! - _ ■*Olft $7250 ‘^an " h t 1 K • “Ktt DCLJKUL 


$15,750 1 BEDROOMS 

rtaaga la re- T" 11 w|l 1 l ^ Mrbeably aurprltad al Ilia 

0 br aooolrit- p . l !“* , . n * dOnvaBlMH Iweation of this 

older-type fllX-ROOM .ami -bungalow, 
" a ranine. i'r. f »* bu* alorea and ariwiol, 

[• Pull h aaemeni hr.nd new fi.tnar* 

1 TWyfWh d.roraleO 

Pull prlc* only 555U0 

-RN Fleaa# aak far Mr Baron tree, 0 1711 

OAK BAY 


'••• *' $8800 SCENIC SCENIC 4. 1 / . ''nnVi.V. 

Call M> I'ru'tnn, B 3111 Hifme. B 1733 W'ATVRPTIONT a "are fun tuivgman 

PORTAOt TNljrT FIVE ROOMS tAV Oh-O-Matle 

CENTRAL PARK ISVJ?' $10,500 h "' ‘ 


RAZ.AN MAY 'Are*' 3', ROOM 'It'NO- Palrf'eld Duplr. ia i yr, 
ltlgh' -ro*mi horn- Ideal fo* rooming ALOW SPOTLEWI SCENIC Ha f »rrr room. ..eh at". Full ><* 

hcujae r>.ll ba.rmrnt, aeparate ravage Tavea 171 M . .. A . . • and HI it- 

Mr# neighborhood 17^00 ,>rlc * $4300 *' nr 

i ‘ ,r,,,n 9 / JUU For the Above Call Mr* Ph.ler II ill* A»*l'i* prira 


with hy. rvmo'. 

• irt'-tr vfnv. ai.d 

$19,500 

Tv ■ m« 


hov'd* A Iilflll. room '>ff -he kt'ctien Dandr lini'lnn Pr're if »m 
Wi'h tub* naaemrnt al'h e*''» ry-rm room* High 

Plrgtvrwf dnve-in la'*g. with llll-tn JiiUU Htll-lde Bavemeht and fur- 
4 , "v r Afl fla'urev *rv nf the be.' .nil n»re Neal and well bull) Prl'r IMJI 
■n h-> a. rival) and marktev. a* ff A7AA Down Oakland* A fine «'y. 

»hrn butll e I l CAA J>4/UU rnom bungalow lovely gar. 


$5950 


P'*" The uric 


Baraain J / J\ 

Call Mr Durketr evening* E 4431 

APARTMENT 


For the Above Call Mr* Ph.ler II 4113 Aaslnc prlre 
Eve. Alfitnn 300X 


n*\ rki earh 

$19 500 

Tr m« 


wrh a>h offer* rnnv'Aerefl View 

• Pi'n'nlm.nl nn). 

PI***# a.k fn» Mr Hen* n bug 
Ev« B 7a#7 

y.vclu.fve Llallng 


• he he. I md nice Ne*r *nd Veil hull' Price Ik *31 «7"'» v'ljcco blingal'i* of fovir gllrkr- Cholceal lora'lnn rln*e vo Oak •» 

m.rk.e.. a. ff Oakland. A fine *V l-ve roam. Riur 7h,r.,ld rant D. -rp foif link. Elgh' -mom family horn, 

$ 1 1 snn uu rnnm bungalow lo«'ly gar- klwheit _wo bedroom* large Irv ng room Large entrance hall nlr* living room 

I I. JUU den part ba.emen* Ym) • ill Ilk# »-*h w*ll-io-a *11 rarpet llnm* 1* orand al'h fireplace dining room vare fma 

efl View by Lf 1 '* " n ' Prlre near otter l> TW n»w and luvl finlaned by lh* . rnro d*n Wllh fireplace 0*4 floor* rahtnrl 

F’enlngv sll M'« MrCatvdle.a n '•'! build. r P-iii prka enlv $5950 kitchen four bedroom, upa'alr. path- 


Ml** B'ore. E 


A** fw Mr Burrnugha Eve*.. O IBIS 


Owner will mn.ider ifr.b 
and pvortgacev up to value 
dawn payment on tht* apa 
Fnr detail* call Mr Kmt 


NEW BUNGALOW $6300 r ' • ••" p - * L " un 

^ent ::r. a "s Ti 600 dcoo Hc. Q hts-Mt 

^TM',A r X f l: r' urn irr** sEr aVaVp 'X, ^ V TJ Z.J. $2500 DOW 

aurtRipTa. •« . N H A Mortgoq<? 


George Randall Limited FAIRF,ELD REVENUE 

Waikink diitanre Revenue of |gg and about lh> price 
The Firm With a KeV *n Your Home four rnom. 'or owner H”t-*lr haatlng 

serv.ee Two o.'h'nnm. 17 700*111 f 7QCh Call We?. n„ . . 

• •m ,, a , « «.AA handl* Pull nr lee )f "JU _ 

Call Mr Bi.*e>t Eve. Colqulta IDW 


! , rl^-"* W n'Vin^Tb?ew%Mr.?. , noi NEW, THREE BEDROOMS 

uV.^rTbr*;;; ^-^£.2: Cement -garage 

about lh* price . _ _ _ f j nnr DOWN and 147*7 pet mm 'f 


Rgr|u*|*e Llallng NHA 

_ w ^ , BEAUTIFUL FAIRFIELD 

Ueon Hcqnfs — Mf Tolmie ,l »' ‘h' mi '« ‘hi* fly# a* r -o'd 

... Rtaclnu* itindern five. room evureo b"f • 

$2500 DOWN f*l"W ait oared on well-kept garden I*" 

..... . aI . _ Dl.'r'ct nf good hnma. i i.iar i«S r ,n* \S 

NHA Mnrtqogc 4'.'2 a o Bf’Blion Enrtr nha T l J 

54 M *■ mortgage «« bOd 4V dim CAA ^ 

I -lively 7-rear lllirrq bungalow Auto- FOIL PRICE $IU,jUU 9JT 

M«e’ ^"idJi'^iniv r p n .rm , M?l? , .n' OAK BAY FAMILY HOME 717 ro " T " T 
rmTa'd "sV-’rlf^":: ‘' ,0 “ $9400 OlL-O-MATlC 

Pirtgr^ \hl« fcuill on an PC 


YORKSHIRE 

KSTABUSHEt) IMk 


Chntre.r lora'lnn cln*e io Oak Say 
golf link* right -room family home 
Large eniranc. hall nlr. living room 
with fireplace dining room, vary (ina 

kite-nan. four 'mdroom# upaialra, bath- 
• room full 'rm.nl baaement. ga* ho* 
wa*ee *epara>a garage Newly gaeor. 
Ji'.'L"*"'’! •*" 0, " * eharmtn* home 

Pull or.ce $9975 

Plea.e aa* for Mr Nall evening* B Uf I 

H A HUMBEfl LTD. 

1330 BROAD gTIUWT Bill) E J34J 


UM Ihiugia* Blrael 


1*?“* * ,irr CAinn $ 975 . * 4 ' ; r ‘ ' „ P1 ,„ Jr . , h „ hull( „„ „„ brand nfw 

A'Hbk n«m 563UU 3 1 J |r. r udlr-f . 'Merw.r riea»e -all Mr Dllchbum o 03H-B HIM e v el Ic pi garden lot BOOTH O P THE DK/VNU INtW nn/Mlik I rifh/br. 

Call We., m. *'# It 4113 eve. f Asb S'llilL U? '"' T * M A • nd,, .‘" AVENUE ll. OAK BAY rice Ic. *eho >1* llAnCD M ICTlV n A AI/-1 irrv K K ( )WM RP(1X 

r\|Aid|C g (~r\ DC A I TV ' fr ' 71 iriiaviv . __ AA . . e and lranat*or<a'l>in Thi* sturdy Home MODERNISTIC RANCHER UlXV/fVIN Di\VjO# 

DILKIE & CO REALTY ©.»dr* .. . inclidfii in down 3 BEDROOMS ft- n» hioh h.» n r n . .i«h m o- a /- ra 

*3’ POHf ti I Ml, / 7 gid, I-AKKIMO rsYMEHT AND PRirr DP IN f*5 ft. _ VIATIC FOBCPD AIR HFATINij AOra. $9100 AGENCIES LTD 

Pav It 1113 Nigh' * R IrtSO "ire. m/Iufle Thl •).* Fu l PriCe Onlv $6850 »i" r »r"» ftbll lead. UOo LAPOP. ^ J ^ ' L ^- 

Member Beal f.ia'a Board of Victoria f.o»r* n»U »l - m .rrt dm. , m frftnt llvlr* rnom w,rh 'irepla.e F»*tl OIL AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITION ED "*• Bl ANSHARD BT PHONES C 1 1(1-4 


BROWN BROS. 

AGENCIES LTD. 


Member Beal ».'*•* Board of Victoria 


THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 

$3000 TO $3500 DOWN 


G 1011 - G 03 1 7 


► LV tin 'iDD ,r » r: >» r Breftlisewrat design Tlirough 

... ... 8,li p,,n • T,, »'M> • HOMES 

M pyAN/tN??Br r A r M *wM ?S rtanbwIJP T " om,n *n« mante, •, nuonca 

RFAfl ' A%Jmr^rn rf *"* "l* 1 ,, '* of * , * rd * »"»arl C I CAA OC'Ws -4 i room*, full higs* 

Nr appoin'mer • •, tew ahnva I 'njin^d nutff ^ 1^00 camaoi basemen' larvae,. 

'.'Ul'v ronm eXm./'Tnd W^'7. ^ 

iruinr?! ArblrmJX live m with .maid Tin** iighr n*. L.,* $5Rnn 

^EHAREY & CO LTD ’■•’“•MB wall. and radUng*. r — ^JO'-Aj 

433 VIEW STReiTT Ourotd roof and rraiarl # down g|g o— mnch uv 

walk. An rtreptiioaHt fine no baa* \ I VlHI ' M«d- 

men-, nome a OBNUInE RARnAtM’ A * arn glass ,'uero. 4',-room 

-inn IKi ry\np DIRT OSAWD OPEN OUTLOOd e m «A bungalow R.rdwmtd fine,.. 

wAlfcD IN GOOD PART the rvu. price $9100 He.tn.to, r„. 

nc riTV Pur her uMiruan a.d .... .Inna. F‘* r * BNH BTMO JOYDU 


letvely aaveti-mom *enil-butig* a High EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS "on ' Earh .‘tde "haa" two"' 'bedrrmmi*” Oil 

loealinn, larga lot fanrad far pi a* grout' 4. CAIDCICiri KICAD CCA heating NHA loan g 1 -» nnn 

Living ronm, dining room tttrnan two rAI fj r I tLL3— iNt AK otA available Pri-e 2» I /,oUU 

bed room* up 0 ' FNli* bBagmobT" no* , »*i? riv.-r.mm bungalnw l. ha. bright living JJWbnii ^• n f rh ^ n ' ,8r 7‘ n 

furn «rt driTt-ln lAiif ^ ^ _ rm*m i»rhwiv lo pan^i^l f!inin« room f . r ifitlrtirtinii P’14 

furnara. drtva la |ar.g. tgOCQ M!.,, b.rffel c.b.n.i k.irheS Twi *" < 1 O DDD 

meg — - — JU7J U *" ' •• -,i tued ' M Hi c at* Threr-ulcre bath- Atlachert garagr Prira JIT.UUU 

Mil CO | 'O- m *ui.rw»m Pull-.l*# hatemrnL 3 South nf the Avenue New three- 

wa.li tub* Hn> air furnare vrptrtir bedrO'vm bungalow 10- foot living rnom 
Oiu niu *•’•(# lawn* front and b* « Thl* d'ning room Oil heai ^ CAA 

DAT apl« k and *p*o home near aehnol* and Immedlal* p*i*»e«*lm) Pit re 2» I J,JUU 

In lh. heart Of thl* de.tr.b1e nommun- ^ k T !I 1 ’?‘ for $7200 u'w 8 " ’’T"' 

lit and aaar Wtn4aor Park on ■ veu- ,w k ,,! * -5/^UU healing Pud ba.ement * , rirv/-i 

UncKcaiwa loi wiih vom# **<iu*ltn an- 1 nha loan available Prtrv J I J,UUU 


ba.ement. oil healing 


$19,000 


J _ auU'ad ■ »nd *1111 a* W!BT'’ft Thl* nlr* »ell-r nn.mic'ed nml-VunnlnW SIFT DlNtNfl ROOM DEN with PIPE- IIEATIN" , 

l— I \A/ 1 I T T/lAAir RANOF AVII AUmMATtt MOT » *" dated on a beaulllul iuI tn Lake Pf Ar-p familv kl'rhen aired fnr ••#, 

. II. wnll I \JIV\L. W4Tkr m - v — - -n r. f'c-nr Til F »'•' d I'lc «'h Till 1 re * v t ll.h ' r '- •'"** '3Pf r . “'•« 'Tw.1 A PERFECT HOME’ The umr gu.il , 

Jl L»rr\l\ I V.LAI\I\ Ur X.VJ SINK IN KITTIfE" ... f . ,r-p •- e P-"" 4 am* nleeiy *nd.c«ped Pull na»e- ’•'' ’• TIlREE hFI'HOOMfl vnd na-h and wnr*m*"»fnp a, ■ f jo W r*«ldenr* 

mi »nr.n.7»?2e lTD ... p 'B'hf,.k* b.-)i-r>..m DOUBLE BIEE ,rrn ' ••’>> *in» ranlRgig and eiu, w OPPC ' RTt7VlrY ,l>r ' 8 * bjr "*'• Vietoria a Ilf#*', builder. Al- 

13.1 BnOAD SIPFT7 R 42W C 7 'V»n .in mittgr bedro-.m ful. earner.. '*»“•« Two-ear garage * r ,5*f n * V t 1 H ,r,r:,t ’ areft|l#giarai design Through 

OAK BAY SPFCIAI 5 bvremcrY nlped fue • . ' » laundry ••**. . riiiud aTan. r-a«.i ... 8,1 1 r ' , * n r ^" ! • 

hi r . . 3 tfr ve n garade BUTW AIK S-ANO CON- By *in^nr » 7iii rJtCTr r ^ T Rom * n &*•»>«• tad mantel •. 

New Construclion CR*Tt DRIVE Jib lb Uwmid roof " * Lgl MM 1-1 nagri Two Urge bedroom, .mart 

I Side- br -awe duple, under roRMruc- FRff'E INCLUDES WATER rYiNNf.% GORGE $6825 Par imwiMMa .)» ,k«v. •»•«"# kirnien with gaeeiient ',mnet. 

"on Earh "de ha, two bedroom, OU TIONN perm", light fature. ... 9 uua.^ flir UR TflOkkrmt f nt.hed it. ntgh glo*. Adpvining 

healing NHA lean g 1 -7 qaa bf fact THE ROME IN COM- B'kUlfut modern .la-rmm bungalrw Fven-ng. A»btm. « uUlltr ronm eompi#.# and readi ta 

avatiab.e Prtie 5l/,oUU Pl-FTF EXf'FPT Fr»b THE SLPffv *11* h#, 'men« and vplrndid garde,. *.rii*rbm-.e a — •" »“ft inlatd Hrtoa. light 31a- 

3 Upland* Banch-iryie rhree bed rac.m POFflEJifllON JULY 1! tn ,a r PRICE HAA REYN K EDITED FOR MEHAREY & CO LTD '' ”” f "*ul*led wall, and eMIlnga. 

iangaSJw siET »XiriX^TO n - -".dm, >, $9125 sa.^ Fiaa^-^ «, v,rw n^Trr 

baaemenl. ail haating g 1 a r\nr\ Obtain fuU icfnrma'lon fr am Dougla* rr * nk O »3l*-« W« — "*‘V eve ep t ion, ' ‘ " n r n o B a »• 


Member of Victoria H.ai tt*au Board 


cv'NFinrRpn 

For appoin'men* *o -lew abnv* 
E Itrr mb TtinRNFi.OK 
Fven'nga A'blor 3E 

MEHAREY & CO LTD 

•37 VIEW flTREET 


LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
HOMES 

S I VIA roWH-Vv rooma, lull high 
I JUU ‘ ament baarmant, ftarnarg. 


Hawke, at » 7H»1 

'Eweclne* B **»4 nr B3I«1> 

HIGH QUADRA 
OWNER LEAVING 
FIVE LARGE ROOMS 
$9950 $9950 


SEAFRONT ESTATE 


firepia.g drtvg-ia garaga 

IS. - _ $5800 


LOCATED IN GOOD PART $9100 

OF CITY Further pa -Hr ui art and lo view pletM 


A ,i»-re 

c*i»l cm a aoqtft beach lirm , , 


_ A *H-room ftr m. Wi'h Ihrtt hr/4r/vym, 

* •"J** IIMrh " r "'* "“ft firenla - v and dinln. 

near Patrirta Bay thl» .iroper'v I* wen ronm On 'll nr good alga and 
w rh the asking t*i 1 r» |! ronst.tv of a d*-nr a-ed Pun baaemenl forced atr 
mmlem *«uran hnme 7', year, oifl gar- furnace . — . __ 


near Pam.i* Bay thl* ,iroper*v la 0*11 ronm hot 
worth «he taking prira Jt mnsi.tv of a decor..*d 


Further na’Hcuiart and to *l»a gle*M 
call Mr Lovitr run* after hour* 

O MM 

CADBORO BAY 


pitr* Pan prire 


tonnn now,< ■vd Mod- 

3 4Uw ern glam *"icrn bongglnw 


MRB KNOWLES 


THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 

ISdd OOY^U»ME3ry • 4 


arranged w-r-vr/h P f * lr * r< ,* l . g 1 r,uld ■• douleagd 1n T addt- 

i $//Sn '’•'"•I *1 aonroaimateiy Bltaatad no 

,,/JU high ground .hit yrnperiy offer, a 
i Mettle view loge’har with itfeaitiaa* uf 
Real F« »"a- Mortgagee — Iniuranea htlng do** In school transportation 

•■• .hopping area mim* term* .an 1 
114 YARROW 'PEMBERTON' RUTLDINO ^ arranged <7050 

triniu. u. ... n .. u w. r ' ,U ... _ 917 JU 


Evaning* Mr An fliekey OSI4d Mr 
C irnfmao. B 74M. 


Aak tar Mr Agar n 47\|; 
Eveningi A, Won 20. X 


Phon* E IIM 1 31(1 to Be* Thl, 
Ed R'cka 


HAWKES FOSTER 

LIMITED 


Venetian Mind. Taae. - , f « An 
1103 p-ve $ I 7,U00 

Fur fOrihFt >arMeu',*v eal! Mr MUholeen 


pit r\r\r\ ** ,u,! * ,p ■**’> baa* t* #ni 
$17,000 Matching garaga Only 


• rn g!a*e .lurrt bongglnw. 
ftrag'aeo, wired f« r lartg* 
rh'e Id root attached ga- 

;»n $7500 

for A D. Irawnwr lor 
i formal lun m lh* ahnva 
•* evening, O till ov Books 

1 — v — - 

% 

GH LOCATION 

2 YEARS OLD 


earner" »■}«,« ftrwplacg and manui A very no mid r-r _ 

Only $7950 * nd fm'.hed ebrctrtr cabtnei tu * ,Tt JJ »*.— B * nwo l tF fo y you Ig boy 

th#n n nigh-f-p*. finish S-f*»CR • four-room modern bungalow, 

OAK FtOrrRA TOROUaROUT J«.' a * n 7 «•*'»• f»ar» a*B, with all modern 

feet urea ,u'h a, having the kitchen 


I I AV/Pi/r ,tm «* a <andy he. h kfmpplng (••»«*• *«ch ai having the kitchen 

■ l iii,i,rc _ Ll ( JY I J S renirrschnol mnd the bna YOfll WON T •• r *B eloerrle rang* Ma-lrV hot 

H AWKF5 FD5TFR 1 u J . bpttir nit but LET un unrri, •.»** uak Mk floor, in in* «.,« 

m rnenp *wrg *o«rct 22P! .... ..... til ^ n ^-d 


111) DOUOLAB BTREVT 


B Jldl till Dowgla, •* — B tltl Day ae Night 


X BSTATE ft fRBnitkwri AOBRCV 
• ••• BLARBRABD STREET 
F^omea O Nil > 21AA • 77B1 


"PITER TRzl Bt’Yt LET US dHOW yank aak floor* in (h* ma.n 

▼OU 1 g . | NOOI Four-ntaca bethrwom Thla H good 

ri**- till* or 'arih. $ I I , j(jU *•*'»• a-ynrn 

T« vmo please rail Mr Hnegiy. E TIM **•'"« prke# l9rm * - JJU 

Bvantnga^B 44M I Please phone Mr Uviea, Bv*a . b »PM 


HOUSES FOB SALK 


THE BC. LAND 

ft INVESTMENT AGENCY LTD. 

• Our NIB Tear is Hast S*'kt*( 

OAK BAY WITH SEA VIEWS 

A Mini new klucco bungalue Urine a 

S ark high WHfl retrneiv# »!••• 

eauilful Urine room with »ety large 
plale flaw window*. On* well nrna- 
m-mal brick fireplace. full' dining room, 
uiira-raiode* n r»tjln*i gitrnrn with nar 
•no nook three lovely i.edro'.'ti* ml- 
ored future* Hi hetoraoui utility off 
kitchen rull ba**m#u’. with hot-air oil 
f j/nara with air randltl'inlng K>4ll» 
IfUUlatcd l»un dark e.ih Ber-B <4 
"Term* half ra*h balance *ig QC/\ 
•It month Erie# 5 I 7/7JU 

HIGH QUADRA 


HOUSES FOB SALE 


FINANCIAL 


HOUSES FOB SALE 


HAGAR'S 


HOUSES FOB SALE 


A. BERNARD 


SURVEY LTD. “ K %*"“ L0W & CO. LTD. 


O tint 

Member of Rea* •••at* Board of Victoria 

UH C30VKRNMEHT BTKBET 

OAK BAY 

3 BEDROOMS. OIL-O-MATIC 

A really delightful alt-room atutCO 
buna Aloe • ith a bright. full baaement 
and Bt ii(> unit O'i-O-Matie air-ton- 
Uitlonrd hrattnc Tbla huina i* 

baadtlfullr Uniahad throughout •Ith 
only the fine,! of material* Popular 
t.V.jL*:. hall ulan. thrra bedioom* 


$6900 

A naat five-room huma located un quirt, 
i treat north uf Oak Bay Avenue LH’"| 
room. J * a 1 3 liinlnc room. idtl# kitchen 
-tocltr two toertro*rn» on* ha*-<Mf fn*- 
I ularr could ha nuf dan Hardwood 
floor* Hnl-air turner* Duroid roof 
and aenarata (araia Olaiaad-ln portl'c, 
(mat and rear Tl\*d aink Conpaf 
n I trine Nire cardan ».'h aevaral uear- 
int fruit tree* <aJMJ-at 

T. La* lay. lirnion t 


m port street 


57 HOUSES FOB SALE 

SP R fN 6 SPEC I ALS 

It 4'W DOWN B-a noun. PaUfi'ld Spot- 

.$5950 

IIANBH TY !- E SIX ROr )MS T dpanaea 
i - .nu> l a t*t-« -r.:jr CQOf\f\ 
II 1 1 Clove -'Is Turn* at C.yJ'J 

PIVE KOOMtf-Ne* OUnfard Avenue 

$8950 

POUR hIXUJB At*_UE»n ffOQCrt 
and dainty Nice -locatlnW'" -507.Ji_f 


HIGH LOCATION — PULH KUQ 3 la Ac* _tlt*D dQQC 
NEW DE LUXE BUNGALOW 

&»S h w. miller & co. 


SEAFRONT 
COSY HOME 


• mid ailed living ruuir dknihJ t<.<nrr. 

• mart cabinet a.tchen ’NO ItlB-t'MC 
bedroom* Pambrnka oa'.ii->odi Urita- 
In eerage Held wood fl’wr. In all 
rnumt Eipen-ive paean ufi't illl-O- 
Malle plant Wr an r»t'- n nrJ • 

a* a very well null' uungaioe a i id 

S.r,?, \ss; $i 1 550 


1001 Gut*rnn'*iif OHJI 

F trnlnaa. Mra Clark. K :«• 


COUNTRY LINE 

WITH CITY CONVENfKNCJta — 
Wrll-huil! Inur-ru ia »h'"- etu.o mod- 
- --.lt.a uu uai a-llaa a in nliia 


57 HOUSES FOR SALK 

HtOH QUADRA CflOlCX LOCATION 
-■<*- — ■ j-j i ; : — ig vn- mom — iami ■> bui.gatuw 
a th la o bedrotjuu up; lull baaamant. 
dr;»»-ln taraie la:«a lot near 

•,i* »i >JL bua and nore* ■ *>11, 
ttan.ntr 

OWNRit Wil l. HLIA Hlfl THRRR-TRAR. 
t.d atwu four-ruom bun*alo», ha«e- 
mrot and *ara*e in Mancold dlatncL 
fur rod ti rij pr '» of |1 tM. with ap- 
pruk'iuaUl* t» 0OU caah Hubart Mtt- 
■ hell. •• v 1 laa**» Piiatar 1 Id B 1101 

Blf iHl TOO UtCtOE TO BUILD lUt* 
*1 <• a* 'll t»'j naw IM-tocn atwro tmn ■* 
•#>!•• » h baaanirni in Mi lolmla dla- 
•r . i*iito .n a’trarllie term* Kan 
Waiicrt If *IU evenmii. ot Capital City 
Really B «1I M 

fOR A MAN WIIO WANTS TO WORK, 
a h .j«» 2«*jn feur lol> IJtaJP In .uood 
lorallpri good toll, on Allan Road oft 
Wilkinwm Pull purr tl JOO term* Con- 
latt 15* Toronlo Street 

ted CUIWN »J0 MONTHLY BCY9 A 


59 PROPERTY FOR SALE Battq (Soltmlcl. Virtaeia.I C 77 

OAK BAY. rttft LSVKL LOT NO ROCK T *" ,r,4 °Y MbccK II. 1951 


•Axilb B ar* I lea l poa lil oe i e l»f *♦ 
and iranapurtallon. P MM Boa l«kl 
V .rtorta Plena 


TATTERSALL HEIGHTS 
GET READY TO BUILD — 

Man* aarallrnt ranch-etyl* tola are atill 
• ••liable In thla nan aubdlaiainn in the 
chuicaal part of popular HIOH MVADRA 
All large mi*. ! aL.g.ua from ROalftd ei.d 
urf la onr acre Sunie affnrd a»'aljanl 
view* CanalPetlng the daairabUllr uf 
lacallty and other oir*lou* adtaMaeei 
til* ortre* or ihete tola are erry reaaon 
able U you uia;i on building annn. then 
thla 1* your uvporlufHty «n *eeur* a 
building, eii# In ihta rteeirahle area nhera 
lota are bernmlng incrra*mely uarct 
To view, phone Mr Wood B AJ&» 
rteninea Keet :ng teu Alao waieh fur 
OPt-V POR INM’RcTION of thu eub- 
divla-on nrat week end 


Vacant One-Room Shack 
and Acreage for Sale 

RKAIXn TKNtiERR add rae «ad to tho 

nnderalgnad. eUl b* recei'ed up to » 
p u. Pridat March 30ih, IBbl. for ina 
iiurchaaa far ro*h at IBI T Bariion 10. 
te-iulmall Otatriri. Plan «»S. ruraprUlng 
one 4nd one hAiL anr*a more or leaa. 
attuate at Cm«ond Vanrauver la.ar.d. 
U C 

Each lender muet be accompanied by 
a rerttfled chanue for HOP SO. made 
payable to the underaignad the hlghaal 
or am lander "hot nrceetatUy^ aceeptod- 
rull partlrulare on application to 

R t. POX. Official Admlnlatrotnr, 

Administrator of the Palate of Charlee 

Hotter, decaaiod ak» Canvrai Building. 

Vu torta B C 


A »»ry nice etueeo reyidenr* on men - 

f round nth alea Living room ItkIT 1 -* »y»llable 
ull dining rnnm. cabinet kite lieu, !•» Prlaad *1 


UPLANDS SLOPE 
THREE BEDROOMS 


Nlne-year-oM Hucco bunga.ow ri»* — 

! iiKinii end ulhily on m*ln floor. en«lo»ed Term* PRICK 

lltaire to one large bedroom up Pull A fl Powell. E*enlnge, H *933 

rement ba»*m»n' wllB laundry tube and 
hnt.air piped furnace Latgt feor.a i 


bedroom* down and ton more up Pull y Bralthwaife. OHM. ree B HO 
ba**’nent with hut-air pitied !u naee and 
drue-ln garage 480^0 

Good ealue at 10VJV UPLANDS SLOPE 

Plea*e aak for Mr Heine 

! THREE BEDROOMS 

OAK BAY NORTH Nine -year-old elucca bunga.ow. fiv* 

,.,*rrnrne\iiT fOome «fl4 ull.llyoit main Hoof, enel-yed 

WATERFRONT * . f* one large t Mdeoom up p’i 

• remeni baa* men t »!ih laundry tuba anal 

Ju»t on the market tort a truly beautl- hnt-air piped furnace Large f»« r «0 
Xul meidern family home Ah out- garden lui “Ith »#narale earaee li -m i 
aiaraflng aeml -bungalow comprialag an- l« r .» Choice oea'ion rlo*e to oe»< n 
trance hall two - plea* poader room, . hooU and trenajniMa- ff 1 ft 
bedruom. grarlou* living ro.irn with n„n Pull price j i u, juu 

large bay c«»*y den with pacn-amle **a . w a »»0i. Ite. lull 

View*, tunderk off family dining ««.ini s w A " 

briftit gi’.ehen with nook Ptne»t oak 

KSf iSl-LIT-Jl' opV. 4 '/ 4 -ROOM BUNGALOW 

three tewdroum* *»o beautiful bath- | DM IQ 

r'rair.t maa-et bedruom en auite In rLUJ 

the fully Improeed l*.eme-il ara rumpua . - Drv~lAA Cl IITC 

mom with fireplace, built-in bar with ( J-KUV//Vt jUI II 

sink a bedroom, three-piece ehoaei -pa ra«.* 


$12,600 Here a what we hate been aakaj fur !|r~. „iit» ei Hot - aa-er beating p r «we 

many unite in the peel A ama . era- LJif~LJ PillAnDA <!>■*» t b.- a.'icol* and aii-re Tin* i* - - - - — 

ret 8 HU front bnitir raeKinably pMced In a »nel- rilOrl vu“l/ 1 ''" „ ^ . »nd a gouvi L ij at 1**40. 1vg tujWN 1 

t-red warm l.cMIoo between Victoria I/ 2 ^ cre Terma. arran ge d bungalow nub t 

and Nanaimo Here II la. a coay bun- '* TTTTTWPD POt KM m> tit Uuildtn** 

OPE ealoa with being mom two be-lrooine. modern ren->h *’*'•# ttur.a our.ealiyw coey f«iur-i" m -uriga.'-* braird v . , t |7 MB 


a ra*fii i. ti»t Ihter nu.i . uU' Pru.t . , j„n a«e 

' I r—a. null* el* Hut- water beating p rw— 

Cluee lu bu* a-titola and at wee Thla t« — 

a d-ntly ina/e and a gooj buy at 1**40 - ; , 0 riuvtN 


Rut 11*0. Victoria 


i=byj=i 


ft CO LTD. 


kitchen with dining »pae* and oa'.hri un^ »pp M g|m»ie y thfee year 


Large uu gui.d four.nal ■ 


It 140 IkjW N MODRRN POCR-ROOM * “ 

bungalow aim Uaarruenl **ear ParUa- uu BROAD BTRWT 

me nt Uullding* Pu:iy m»ulatod. Oo««J 

vaiue at 17 Md -Ikb' Jack Smith 


Baaement and furnare oarage Mbuated uy.ng r. - in e.eLtrlc cautae’ tlit-en ^« r ,» 0 per.ced Lc-W lave* M *Uy caah 
on a-.ipro«nnai*ir J » acre. Good f lamng wll n i,. r t wu bedrauat* bathriM.in. • •isu.lcvet Only 14 ■•'•0 


* ,0 ‘ ' 5 J hn-ton A Cu Ltd CS242 eve... likiU 


$8900 *S. 

I 4832 PrtC* 


cem'-nt baaement. 


Srtiaraic • *r- 

$10,500 


Mr Andereun, eye* 


HAGAR & SWAYNE 
LIMITED 


Miulced Only *4 * •« AMPHI'lN ST 7-ROy>M Pk\m.Y HOME 

.srU'lllViON RIAtTY nr rey*nue La-g» cl fruit ueea Cloae 

*13 View S* u 201* Eti'i.nifcv O 01J3 u> everything Pu.l price *8400 No 

**••"*' r 

I'rxtirpaaeed Vie* — — _ - — _ - ■ - r I 

1 duwn and Ihe h.lun. e al IM t»er hAIHPlPLD 4IX • ROOM 1IOUBP DC- 


FARMS FOR SAI.F. 


NEAR QUADRA 
Half Acre 


ItAROIIi OKK. niCMHI II. formerly at 
* VMW I gland* Ruad Iple'l* • C. 

s !U. |S Him it V ..i\KN IBM 

B 4X3* i-ie.mor* arid dC ere haying clanna 
*(*mit the e-lale of til* |M"* dece a»ed 
— are hereby reuuired to eond 1 hem in 
.live uiuleitlgued Kaecutor al 620 View 
filree' Vlcrurla Bririah Columbia, he- 

fete the lC'lh da* pf April 1B--I. after 

• inch date lh# Kvecutor a HI dlatributa 
y e *at4 e*rate anmiig the parflr* en- 
bum rlieteio having regard only tw 
the dAUiii ut wfiicti It then hae nnllrn. 
NATHJNAI ntl BT COMPANY LIMITED, 
3 vec utor. 


4 ’/i -ROOM BUNGALOW 
PLUS 

3 -ROOM SUITE 


/A VMC V/ 1,1 "tl pi.ur root* with haeneni and raid ruof full cement itaaedifrU. »'P»rate null rvt-'c: n«»ij *«ec. 

fATINC OAK BA T f tir-iace heuare'e garage Inrce I .n| - .'i.i Oat rive wator heater Revenue pour-room * bur-gatow Tull ba»rment lt i-n* s a. naviiuuiN 

, , _ rnom «uh 1. review and pirlure wu.ow, poyyftHIKlr* 13 300 for -*ner. taiaace Hoom ln baaement. Fruit tree, fh'rken • reAI ™ n AN * lAV *«^ lrI 

5 TASY TERMS I tw ' gn->d-»U»<! lirdroom* ind eebinet »r,d per month. B It44 after * p m. bou*a* f rrn-i ‘ ' 

v ki'rhen Immediate poueuiuo . ....Mtitn iuv’ivuivm RWECIAL Pull price * J Jvw . 

n 0S31-1 3-4-1 ower.ivle IXt'KLl.ENT interior and ft- prk. •/< y _ »« 10 d^umr -UM ‘ in N<»TIC* TO CKMHTOK* 

Haw Beard. tr ’“ ' If' ' J " . £ m !Z '** ilX-RO- ^ RtNOAIAJW , . r....bl,.* wirlnir and fWwra earn- M-, nr Kentinfl CfOMrOdd ’* >k ' 1 “ ita •' »"HARH 

^n ifiL^-'eabmef Ml."' II 800 dnwn, b.^ al rrnt Cumpletotf p:-i» Phone Helm., nt to. Neor Keatinq LfOSSfCKld Rn.tvy m.O, "*•-•"• '•‘• •J 

Upper floor tie. THIinc Urje_ bed- odte.t m and out lull ha*en.*nt * '/b f .aono.n^meiH ] ACRE vl. ■L^- ’^LlU-t.^r-l-.-lU * * 


room* and ymall fuutlh '.edrrg.to erd it * furnace an<3 dr>ye->n earage louur- U»rPODlL WR RA1JT THHPK . 

na'lunm Pv..l hi«n nge-.-ri *.i. d e-.e P-.r. i-i _ PhU »£*?*_ .•?!» »^» i0 TV... TcuT. « i M - .u. r M 7: *. hr "T 


nalhroi>m Pt 
drlye-tn tare 
Etrellent ter • 


and fi !u»nace 

available 539^ 

1 . ev «e . E •’Ml 


All ON Ai TLCMlNtT 
liejB Kiauahard St Phone 0 3112 


for Mr W O. Cameron 


UPLANDS 

A rharming ranch-ityle bungalow, near 
|y new Itoren roome, alt one floor ulu* 
a lovely rumpue room. A greai ■h-ti uf 
thought he* gone lnlo the planning of 
thl* fine home of over 1 800 eouere feet ( 
Ha* a particularly floe entrance hall 
A large and plea.anl lletne room wl'h 
wide pieture winilnw a rea.ly large rtln- 


n-.y Hill* 0*104. Re* t **18 


VIEW AT BROAD 0 0431-1-3-4-1 OWer.lele, EXCELLENT nterlor an 1 eV- prke o y w ^,0*1 f"nf.ha4 home *ix» Moie in NOTICI. TO ItiHii.ig* 

Member Vlcloila Real Etlata Buard. V T ‘ , 'L f ,T , hT'i W '! vn’J^Sr.m'^lUirnV rV/T SIX-H' onk! Rt NOALOW ■ IIlSll r,* . w|m,g and ftonre ram- KentinCl CrOSSrOad IN »*•• »•••*• •< HAROLD HI WARD 

So etoL£t*gah rJ.^/ tv'li II 809 dn*n b.^'-rent Comnl.ely P-; »' »•> Phone it* m.,n. 10. Neor Keat.nq LfOSSfOGO wiilhiMi... .M.r*w4 ».•••• »« 

Upper Huor ha* THltrx large bed- uaied 11. and out 3'ull bweewent w^rb f .r .aono.ntment _ 1 ACRE V. , h..../*, Lilmh.. ' 

rooma and >m»ll * itlh '.edrrn.rn a-:.l new turnace anikdrive-n garage Iniinr- . tj.|*woDlL FOR SAIJT THRE* llu , *, U iwi»- Vtolaria. Briii.h 1 niami la 

UtrunilAHDA nalhrc m Pul! hi»u .v-;n-u wui R.ete p,-ieaM»n PuU PCtr* «l» Ik-kiO , ^ r pL, ^ r.onr apace Moll- Hi D8 ton hX KOT1CK 18 HUD UY Oil EN that 

” A0 “, : .. i:- .:■ ;■■■ ss«o ■"■■■■K HPCM .. 

*TLe‘ Umln^rL^Ve’i'edTrm. Lnd Mr 0:e*„. wi. 4,^ ClHcCi “ POUR BRIGHT «OtlKRN PVTROOM. h ^‘.Vn .. , $6400 H.e U 3J-JE-M at *37 PJirt 

* * * o,,o ‘- ^ .'"• i •' “ • ' • 

and numerou* fruit t;^«* A’ta.tiert . DCDKlADPl B f'C'y 1 IUI 11 '* ,r healing » u nj '' _ _ the raecuiore will .TUtribnie ihe *am 

garage Nire nuiet nelgh'iorhn >11 Pull f\. DLKiN/MM-J Ov Q-V-r. p. laramtc ylew* Half a -. from bus FULLY MODERN. FIVE ROOMS AND — , . , A . , . , riinwrw **’*'» amng ire parne* enti'led 

pnre CTOfin . -T-r-v 33.04IH u.r nrert down It 400 : nr pu» room one year good dtotriel r NANL AL bUKVtY 1 rret* ha. m g regard »mv tn the rlalma 

.238 - 2>/OUU LTD 1*0 UuKI AT 13 30* DOWN AO olu'gly no agent. Bui I44J Vie- iaa| Tr r\ °« »hich they then hat* wall-* 

prate comae: J H Lelge: of: re . ' GAK UAY-Puur bcdrooui*. Umneeulat*. u,na Pre.e LIMI I tU THE Yi.HKSMlIty A CANADIAN 

E lilt rea H *041. fur further tu- *2* Xt'RT H1RKET M>00 _ - , . '.tlPSMSMyil^TiraKRTROOM HOUSK ^ _ ..... TRt ST UMITTI* EaenRore 

(urmatlan I ,-...,* o A AN U U— Thr eg be4ra..uii, IMM In. PUKtilBBID I ItKBK - It'-JUJi i*uuo» ,,, Qoeexnmeul St 0»'U3 


& CO. 


COOIQQ H38. - $7800 

^ , JU pirate comae: J If Lelge: uM re 

fg»ll E lilt re* . H 8041. for further ln- 
I furmatlan. 


LTD 


1 327 BALMORAL ROAD 
(NEAR STANLEY) 
HOME AND REVENUE 


NORTH QUADRA 
HOT-WATER HEAT 


HOME AND REVENUE On high grnund In aelert area With 

v ip *» Fii \ir »nd f>nr • h* 1 ! room* All oQ 
^ * tprn|.ijunf4ioP. t! r .r»t! A m-ijem Ultl# J8400 


to.. wAewrw. . n r kttrh«n .it lilt W rCMim AUT * ruivp »r Uiur • I»F 4C9TI r-9 ••• 

."S’osa s; to; — ••* 

w pl!imhiog 0H-0-Ma*lc J t| #n (, of - lr Kit* .ut vahifd it 1 

,W rwV l , ' , ‘p,U <> "c , ,nV. U rt W0 ^ ^r^th'er $7500 ^ 

tor c r V f . awwiOM ,;i::r 


gyj* | O A Ah I c if— Threw bedfo-m*. «*•• In. I’URNIBHED TlfRKB - ROOM llutiaif Qoeernmetit Si 

w 1 i.igt mi tu yi-u lot »*l» Aupruvima'ely une acre li i«iu 

Member of the Heal Eatata Buard [v J k-loiun U at K71»*or Eeea ^‘^^rg aa fuTa* *^ UnVfurd" *** E * u,# 

N/e. *d fie* t jr Lid. Yfi« Part n licet WlLLOWa" NEAR SEA VlUCCO PTVE 

* Tl** rnnm* Muitern *pacloue with very guud 

”^.J%^TTuoe* ■.cnnrv.ua '.nriri . Aaklnc 111.404 Pie a»e call R Coe. 

OAK MAY 1 Hitt X IIF.DKOOMS K j»U Melnertoa v Co Ltd E2l*l 

air AD | AMyDOWNF Thl* we;l butll alv-reomeil ainr.i-uuuga- ,rI E w **"*■ 

INCr\r\ Lni>jL/o»»ivu p* it n «puil»»» t-.fdiliun tn.iae and rot'R-KOOM OAllAOEi AT PARK8- 


Itoard pf Vlrturla 


the raerutun. wilt .nambute the *ald 
e»<air ann-iig the parne* eniultd 
ti.i-rrtw having regard nme tn the r-alnia 
al which they then ha*e ootl- e 
THE YMHKBHIIIP K CAN.Af'IAN 
TRl ST lJMIT*i» Baemtore 
Bv *n«f aollrlinr* 

CnPAKP I'AVKV. l.AWBON DAVIS, 

OOR1H1N * UAKV.H 


WILL TRADE 


POUR-ROOM OARAOKl AT PAKK8- 


uwn Pleaa# contaet mr for further 

detalla 

Mr C R V B.g.hawe 


On him* 

Plraae Call R Coe. He* E III* 


Modern iMicrr, hungnljw rontainlh* four °ut Through n»l:. living rorui dining yiRe BC with hath automatic 
..... ... .iih j I (Ueg u’llity room • -. •'.«** ti’.hea *lin ample cup »«-er aired fur ei»rlrlr range 84 

..,2 ei „ ned tlitn M e g.rdet! lot 'uvacd -pblc Upe-.aire three good •>** , on< e term* Pluune 3o»X ParkivlUe 
well p:*n*ed V*r» nicely ar'oa - I am '4 *. eirnTr' uc »nm wwo-cT IK 


UPLANDS BORDER $1500 DOWN 

fL 7 room rr i'u 7 gl'''i •uh‘ r i*o 1 iwin-ViJr DUPLEX — CLOSE IN I 

bedroom* then thl* I* 11 Ha* a very | 

fine living rnnm *.ie»t-M»e dining room np*ciAL- Pour rounu each, lepaiate 
cabinet alactrU Uirhen Oak floors all entrance* natha Kandy *CQ Cf> 


Swinerton & Co. Ltd. 

820 BHOUOHTON BIREKT 

S 11 I 1 

"$2000 DOWN" 
"LOVELY GARDEN" 


new henne*. 
Rertimnienited at 


cabinet elec tel: iHrhen Oak r.oors an , fc uaa*ea katha Kandy «C;OC,f\ LWYLLi unryutu 

rnnm* HOT WATIR HEAT Charming lo .., lJon phone early ONLY HURROUNOKU BY LAWN *iid \ARIeTv 


$14,700 


Call Mr C R V Bagahawe 
24 Year* In the fluslne** 


Patrick. O *104 Re* . K 1043 


HOME OR DUPLEX 


Aak for Mr Woodruff. ll»- U 9.U0 

NEAR SIDNEY 
6 -ROOM BUNGALOW 
1 FLOOR 
I Vi ACRES ALL 
CULTIVATED 


, nfl J cnrul bu.rtuetlt Bu' * r fumuce. M AONIPICTNT WATETIPRONT IIOMT 

$8900 l4«ifidry lvjs»h ^ 4 r *4 tuY.j d» *eioii ri l(^‘i , ou»’ St 100 down. Sui I7S4. Vic- 

. n g*'d*b a 'entei: Teat* only 144 torta Preev 


Thl* eight-room, mder-lrue home has >Ni 
•22 OOVERN34KNT BT 0 4114 fmjr h- imi uu end four down rmild AT 

Member Heal tat at. Board of Victoria B “ Ab'*?r% ^ i „ 

I and chicken Iwuee Situated on a | 

* ' payed *tr*#t, e)o»# In 

Prir# only - ^ 

_ . _ , . — — . Roy am. O •1»S; te*id»ne# O J310 lay. 


OP BfAUTIPUL ROSES Till* imraim- | '/2 ALKtj ALL : llT.r.f r.- n. »pe' iu» gi' r.rl. •■' iu. ' 

late oider-typ* nnme rnnsivti uf tunny seoi • e<i uj b.ir u'.lirr fu ,, m •< l|<- <g 

ll*in« and dining runmt kit hen, bath- CULTIVATED Ellrbw »pu-« Inr runipui i ■ m Hi nigh, 

loom, with two greening bedruom* up ( «3i> paaemenl. EtunoinuaJ bu'-/ 2 iifal 

Clue* to all eonyenlencee. OUTSTANO- cbiekin h'nue. 400 bird* brooder house. Large ioi in ronyenhr,. - i .»n 
INO VALUE ei 7 cn g«:»«r P--.it tree, l . acre* log*"* Jean uid Uu»ed tern- Jam- i • * ' *• u ' 


* nJ t!Ue ;iiw PUT-ROOM BONnALO‘Y. BALP-j 

p ' AOENCIK8 LID b, « h Appl ’ 

307 SCO] '.aid Bldg 0 7741 ,wl A _* c ^_ Dr, !l 

l • etung* Mr Prllchkrd O :o»l POUR - ROOM HOUSE HAS EVEN 1' 

|fP~ kXTJtA HKDKOOMS 2 g - WH A T YOU **£252? _0*'M 

WANTED TO BUY— 

' '-'I cu ."Vvrr Jfe> *g 1 .f . HOUSES 

llyir.f rwum. *p«>-iud* gi'-jieh-*HD*'te _ 

ieo. * e,i 10 bar u'nr: f-—m *<t|<- 4 A CASH BUYER WAITING PYiM SIX 

tueber »»*'* lur runt»u ■ r • m in nigh. 0T ,» en-r*K>m hnu«e Upland* or Oak 
i dry pa Mint ill. Ecunumnal h"'-/f Jfat. | U * would go Hi 324 000 for a really 
. Large .oi in eonyenlet,. urgi.ou TUnso ,.„'j piai* Another for *i» room#- 1 
• yean uid tluud term*, .moii^lla'e p .-,- i,ij rr i»pr «p to lll.ofld tfiie 24.000 < 


58 WANTED TO BUY— 


18- 1 4 ACRES OORDON HEAD 

hot 4 -ROOM BU NO ALOW PLUS IfTIUTT 
500 ROOM 

CHICKEN HOURS 

Fruit tree* btrry orchard The 
owner wi»he» 4n retire a five- 

roum bungaluw In rite or yicin- 

If. lly will vult him Your* may b* 
JD I ? It the u*e of your bungalow or 
I equity will provide Incmr-e 
- Call Mr Pld-llck. Eve* Albino I22Y 

J* 1 

GEORGE RANDALL 
LIMITED 

SIX nog Douglat Street O list 


Q VALUE e-ilCH garage fruit tree, I', acre* lugan* yean uid tluud ern a.ur li. • p. - ... .•. r tvpr up o »'*•«» ”■* I NOTICE TO CKI DITOKS I u> tataiion 

5>4/DU * |u42 rop «80" Thl* xnall holding !« ion Come and brow,- bruu: 0 » e . » • . Oa > Her eh If. Call Mr Uagibewe 
Mr Romerll. E HIT. Night* r 4?M in oxrellent ondltlun and a rerf gb^J uhi k -ttlon. 18dfl Hichmor-d II »MI. No G4II3 .’4 year* lh the hualnr.*, The frank Tarlry. deceaeed. 

'MODERN BUNGALOW Vl* -U ‘' ,B * $6000 M *°‘- - Ml — d 4 I *•««• u hereby gteae that rrwdltore NOTICE TO CKEMVORS 

Dl I 1C Cl IITC" *f «» — v . PURCHABKHS WAITfNO P» *R TlfKPt jL- , n<J other* having claim* again*! the | B 4he matter ml 11*# e*tat* af IIIC.A 

PLUS SUITE Aak for Mr Hague Kee K 8421 WATERFRONT AQE ‘‘iwlne lh re -room modern bungalow In „,, u oX Prang Turley, formerly of niMtim HOI. IOWA Y. greened 

“VWn. •Atom?' pbUOied^rd.^ rrtnrc W SOS Down rorj In b.K acre ^o^ROEHT- ' '“pu^h.” '“rnuat bur ^ £&r*V> tnd HtMiCf: * hereby girnn that cend: 

lira 1*0 brifht h^iiriMitnt aioJrru GORGE ut ill r««tn 8 fi hfallnf. all or ae> vn-rcwim hfimr Otk Baf ' . •. t 7 inc*Fr«l*Dt<l eiffUtofY al * ori * n '* •liter* hoiliif claim# aitlni 

“ln« khc hen wtred l'erahroke bath- u-.-O-Mefc C.v.d . ... Laree room* reu v.-*d PI;*.# call Un ^ 2*^55521 Sc U'ore *“••• ** Mgar CEbrto. Hollo.* 

S^s»&ss“sas«?s jsk ^m£srttS2 & t, asarsto is . ,,MI - ‘^r^izrr. r.?r..r- s rr.jr,& s 

srs- set,', «« .«• SrMswurrm^ s'-’Lsrrws. 1 . r^rss 

$9950 Ss-. " •*” r '."v;; — 7.:. 

“ ““ ' $6600 v^n :u ,o, ‘visuit *SmKr ££'. "sJSttS 

AFHARFY A CO LTD » 7 W» ra-l. and **$ INUD -> "Uy» th»* B ;,» 7 ; eve. B 44)5 Executor* given brie. full particular, tor the 

VIEW STREET E n.7 VIEW ROYAL Ip*. * ^“'.y ■ ^ - ' • T-?th M ^^g° 4IU “ * .to" na'.in „r« 

1 41 •*■' lent On three • -e •«•» i m- . . tl - . . anv term* W* hey* ‘.lie Sohcitore ...... ... l . .n. 


Ml NICH’ALITY OP OAK BAY 

Sever aod Walet » rentage Taaea, 

ttouleiard Rate* 

Public notice te hereby givew ihat tiva 
Sevier. Water and Boulevard Rill* for 
the rear 1* J hate been filed at tho 
Collector* Office where they may "a 
Inapgrtad during office hour* Any her- 
eon who** property U -hown therein 
oi*v not j*ter than April 1. '*M. ta 
the caee of the Sewer and Water Roll*, 
and April It l«sl In the raae of iha 
Boulevard Roll. -pellM'in the Council in 
art'h i lor an alterallnn in »urh roll* 
uiHMi Ihe gruiino that the number of 
feet f nil. tag* witn which he t» charged 
lepau *Mk r **“» la IPauireet or loe^ult- 
alile under the |<M ' live Se*er 

f ruotagr Ta* Ut-'bW lV5t or th* 
I W*irr Front age Tea By-law, 1047. or thg 
Boulevard Rate Rv-law. |g47, reepec- 
| lively or that the land* ur real property 
in retpert of whlrli he le r barged are 
1 not liable to legation. 


Mines TCI CEiUlTOI 


RITHET 

Our 82 nd Year — B 4251 

- 

GONZALES 

Co*y fiee-rtMun bungalow on a nice aireet 
elo»* U* the *** Large Urine roam with 
open fireplace. Oueat-glb* dining room I 
with ad|oinKiE ratilnet kitchen T«o j 
laige hedroomk and thre*-Dl»e* bath- 
room Full baermem Hot-air furnace 
Automatic hot water tank Separa-e gar- 

r * On# blork ta trhmrl and bu* Nle* j 
ndltton throughout tAO^n 

Pri-ed for quirk »al* at JOTJL/ 


WATER FRONTAGE ' * ,.X« relate OI rrang ixiru-y. lormenv • |l\Mt I n Hull OllU, errraird 

U SD. U..T. 1: ■ •-;» ALSO "uROR-1t "'Wrrh.M ' mu :' 1 ’m.lmt 110 .?. mU > lrM > |fl •«* NOTICK l. h-r.'.f ,l».n IUI —'11- 

»«.."• ’7C. , : : f.v. {»„« ^Tto?,jr'nA. < Si. ti sss fj.“n:-2 to* tt^JZKS&’mXSS. 


JOHNSTON 

& COMPANY LTD. 


PLUS SUITE" I I« * H.n. w in WATBintQNTAas 

four - room itucco. itu ffifi oln. v 

luycly li> Inc room, poluhed hardwood i rr\arc *' 800 9' J T tl T , * or ’** e u 

I tour,, two bright bed room a. nioUrrn j GORGE Iiuiia# ul*i« room* Hoi- w» r. 

cabinet kllchen wtred Pembroko bath- . Ui.-0-M*«ic * "*•$ * 

rocm'oiUO-MATIC FURNACE IN PULL Sm*rt ytueco bungalow containing four U.ier Lreplar* PWlto. I'*h u- 

BASEMENT CONTAINING DELIGHTFUL room* ai»J .unrtie Part baiement and uedruoins Tatra lift) yaiit 

THREE-ROOM SUITE SEPARATE OAR- furnace .eparaia EblWgr propertv HAL fcrt HI A I 

AGE TERMS REALLY EXCELLENT n*w rv' range in kitchen remain* In PROPERTY BAl CR ittai 

$9950 i h ,r/ W u ,iM 0f “ "’ ,7 

Mr Romerll. E »«. N.gh'a E 87*0 ^ $6600 are Y.^U llfTiRl NO - 


MEHAREY & CO. LTD 

423 VIEW STREET t 11*7 


^UOa.cmV;;. Ho* air furnace' DREAMS COME TRUE 

5 srrrs".a;t .ttki* ks for retirement 

lion throughout /.O CA 

J for quick »air at iO/JU <l»3> Gleaming •hue gturco with ba**- 

meol gnd workahnp Pour cumin -t nnnu n ,,u. lA i nw 

room* PlUk CM ARM ISO BUNKO- »M FIVE -HOOM BUNIJALOW 

Uirsu OI IAHRA WITH BEAUTIFUL VIEW OP LAKE ABOUT 113.000 

nlun vununn A!1D About an *ri* of inter** 1 .- 

3 BEDROOMS— DEN ILL. new QUADRA DISTRICT 

srr. PRfDOE OIL RANOE *ei,OOK ^ 

Thla le a fine family home •*'to>ej , ‘ COVERINGS INCLUDED About 11 VERY ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW COM- 

CONPITION AND LOCATION -GOOD ra n„ ^ on 0 n*-buur bu* aervh e Very phISINO TWO BEDROOMS LIVING 

TELEVISION RECEPTION' toexalat lr»|i •itrartle* and a bargain ffX7nO ROOM hath ,erv bright ki'rhen. No 

of an entrance and through hall LAROE fof l4 i* JO J\J\J baaement W»o<l*lied. **parate garage 

LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPl-ACE -_ llh • ,*i* and *ttrk*hop Nice imall garden Thl* 


WANTED FOR CASH 
OAK BAY 


VIEW ROYAL 
$4 500—51500 DOWN 


FIVE ROOM BUNGALOW 
ABOUT I13.SOO 


Four-yr tr-old bungalow containing three 
gtaid-ki/rd mom* and b«' broom v <o 
lia-i-ment Ot'*t haU-acre Sot local for 
retired couple 


I.u,h It L hai luitii-e to tend b¥ port |rre;iaid. nr deliver 

of which it than haa natlre ^ ru .„any to The R«->al True* Com- 

The Yorkshire A Canadian True! pane emectilor of Ifte will of >na 

limited and Prank M. Ttirtoy. aum e-nan. t-d iier» a »M at IU addre** 

Executor* giv'rn hrlow lull (lartlcflar* jof liietr 

*— «• * »•■— • ^SL.rSf' .na 

Buntiior*. .ertyrlttoi II any held by them after 

— wluth date the said eaeeulor will dla- 

lr Hint* Ul* aaae’a of the taid d#i *a*ed 
THE CORPORATION OP THE VILLAGE » n ...ng»t lh* peril** entitled ihrdcta. 

n* rut t AT JOHN i hat Inc regard only to flalina of which 


Really. 7*4 Port hire* 


ALEX G HILL & CO. 


SALK BY OWNER 


QUADRA DISTRICT l3<1 j DRO ad etrsbt 


DON'T PGROET. YOU WERE YOUVO 
■uur Ynung couple |u*t atartltig out. 
• ant -mail hou»e with baaement, low 
tl"«n payoirnt Plraae a»k for Mr Wood- 
ley Pembrnuu. Holme* L«d . 0 1131. 


OV POET ET JOHN 

INVITATION POE TENDERS 

2Uk DEHNTTII • 


HIGH BELMONT 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


p-iipertv u epul)*** and ear * po*«e»- 
elon may be obtained OWNiR WILL 

^ n,r,c *. $5000 


of an entrant# and tnrough *>•]*• *f*J*S? for quick tale JOjUU baaement Wbtwlehed. 

LIVTNO ROOM W ITH PIREP1WCE. j.^g nmlih Keeldenre B *444 * B, i witrk*hop Kira a 

COZY DEN WITH FIREPLACE, guee; | ftoe">*nra. It tsa» 0 , tip# „ v w ,p,„|e., , 

dining room. cabinet kitchen with! ,l„ n may be obtalnei 

, p‘, n ofb , ro W k , e Mn 5 a.h^ I HIGH BELMONT — *g«~ _ . 

^D m moNKt, AU «4u™ to TA au low DOWN PAYMENT , , 

“ h o"; Wmy "‘a IW- Th.. three r,.drm>m horn. l. In a LEACH & 

‘ hu $12 600 m ’ nLANBHAHD ST 
BARGAIN „ „ V.;. Tull nrtc. $5750 __ 

CALL MR HEP PILL, EVES B 1474 C to„ nre natch, Re.idence O 444* 


HOPE REALTY 


LEACH & SPARKS 


VIEW ROYAL 


OAK BAY 

"WATERFRONTAGE" 


$2500 


OAK BAY 


$2500 PROPERTY SALES 
REALTY 


j ftta-ri'»m *tui«ii holne Willi four h*d- , 1(J1 j 4IIll -,r -a*!* i ,. u .: 

nmnu Old* two year* old rad a.it Ba-ep»ein u n*ir *•! 

E 41 17 |«e . i nib t» a lurely hou-e ip a , , a- uuy u-w U'tuie* \ 

llfut locatmn, iivnNuukirg water, g; j\fi u || (latte* Ueally 

Wl'h <f 1 1 con Htreei. phone G MIS an lev 

-- 5M,3UU T.HA B.JM3W1A3W 

_C Suarlcnn fjwir I Inn tlitltugh 


Ju.l complelc.l modern three bedroom “••."“SVffg u 

01141 h .<i>» on LauMldWbe ttlop,. with line 'Vrnlng. O 3»I4 

le« W'lal t, • onatr'i-'t ion throughput, can BE OLDER-TYPE HOUSE fN GOOD 

'fralunnc oa* !"°r» autoualic till beat. - on j" nn Must haV# ten naime or 

f uearnjeii-. leo car cari ft and euu Prefer *e* view nr good location, 

derg Full ptice »17 009 Ha.f Ca*h WUI llp 1o with 44 900 down H"P© 

i— v / hono r Phr 'i H 'P»r evening *nd Rr .|- r Ltd to?# Doug!** D 4744. 

Y wee* rn i! * H 7071 2V04 Oa* lawns Icor- B e, r , a m g 

• • urr at Mlili>we and OaktP.' • tie ' . - — ■ 

o.utr WANTED - POUR TO BfX-ROOM 

auanr irvntrow hail" «n one floor. t»e**ili#n' and «a- 

HVMRT f-nitvrj ll. vivm fll .. preferred not over 48 non with 

Three '.rd riKi ■ . ut»»_m _ *-Jr- ,, ^ dl| « t , y U lrk declflon. Bn* 1431. 

r *, « ^ -.j . * vk-n • 

;t ■••n. H.en.. ' 'J II* r *• mej ,*r- ,„ min C ARII FOR MODERN THRFF- 


fcihrMg* Holme* Ltd? O «m. m.U.d •Te.a.r for 

.venlng* 0 3»1« Deoenturwk end addressed to 

CAN BE OLDER-TYPE HOUSE WOOOD " K? tS”' V uSI'm # ”r 

XTiZ,'??. .'STvVSS u.t r | '»•>»•“'“ , 

Up to |1» »08 with 14 900 down Hop# Purl St John. Bn l tin Co umula. 

Kealf y U-l. im Duugia* ■ 8248. will be received up to 13 ail'tk n«m. 
it 7M! Eve i O 2»i8 Mountain Standard Tin.* WrdneMlev. 

. March Itlh. 1033. at U»e Municipal Hall. 

WANTED — POUR TO BfX-ROOM (* orl John DC, tor lha purehaae 
hut", on tine flnor, baaemen- and 0 f i#rla i dabanlire* of 
rn ■•» preferred not over 88 non with .... .r 

It .00 down (julrk decuian. Bnt 1431. The Corporation ot the Village ot 

Victoria Pre • * l J» hn 

tli.ntm CAnil FOR MODERN THREE- I * , * rtlroUr » «t 12.. laau* are a. folk... 
be." .m bitiealua Mu*t here high Gwarantaa: to be guaranteed uncnmll- 1 

he-efiietit Jtny nice location Alton At tionaliy at to prlnlglpal and 

P tenting lOCfl Blanahafd St Phone Intereat by the Provinea af 


It alien then have had notice 
Dated at VU 'uria. B C thla 3rd day 
of Marrh 1*51 

THE ROYAL TRUST OrrMPANT. 

1 Oovenmient S’ reel. 
Victoria. R C . Bxerulnr— 
B7 Sidney PnUd 813 View St , V»a- 
loria BC IU eoilcltor 



A LOVELY HOME BfAUTIPUL SANDY UMi Ptve-ronm »tucco buneahiw „* n 

BEACH. MAU.NIPICENT VIEW Here I. Thrmlgh-l'lan hall living room l«fl7, _ .r--r-n t**T' 

lh« aiuwer to HAPPY LIVING and 11 famllv-*l«* dnlng room. hardwood $ ] 500 Down 6 RoOfTlS $5450 "•*! 

there are CHILDREN In the family w# ft/***, rahtnel tltrhen with nrnik fmir- ' ' T , , . . . .... 

ran think of no more delightful nl.rr piere RF«btt*« lr w J2d $ 1 500 Down, 6 ROOmS. $6250 Pour-ar d^ne-h.lf -mom *• 0 bur- A1| ; r,L, red.V„, ”ed t h tod, hw ut SiVn?'" !, ‘"m* ' victor^ li Pre*. T ’» non , T-ndem for Ihe ar-»v. Projerl will ha 

Inr them to Rye All room* are »p.rln« ha#ement laundry tubk hal-Mr piped ▼ • { , .re t* 1 "' 11 >'«'• Mie n..- rareg. , -edr um famllr hum. * ,n ‘ Hal*-. Marrh lei. I0M rerelved bi If- Mml*toi of Publto 

and afford wonderful view* ti.lnf »io.» *«»"•'; [ and*'.t»-d 1*1 * ** *** $2000 DOWO. 6 ROOmS, $6450 >».*'»• «•' 1 . in - i n 1L. f .l • ...e- THRIB-BEDROOM RUNflALOW ROT . . .. |, 000 OCT0 1A..|*. flwugla* B .lh- g «|7 Onrert 

dining rnnm Pour bedroom, and den will handle f 1 OQQ e oriAA n /. D *'V'i ch,,fc ' ri hnu * , Id, ‘ ,Mr " .n ot I. .lr h-at piped lo ail ro-m« old Clleni eon par *3 000 down and l*ne«wtoeuawg u.boowa. Blfr „ vir irla IlC.. up to 1 

tw> hathrnome full baaement hot wa'er pure only I rOUU $2000 Down, 6 ROOmS, $6625 " 'pie QAQRH On go-1 I. cla.e to *!.,ie. .no bu* 4-.A P-r month Plra** call R V fa, able In lawlul money of Canada o , , ,„„ r . r. ifir mandard Time on 

fie* - ing lOU-O-Mall" i ITOVUInn J"f To View, Phone Jerk Brown. Eve*, e -j r nn r>_ *. I Pn* with term* J J J „ dying o’ » 48'l Pi***e ra ! Mr Caaelton 0 1124 Pemberton, flolm** Ltd* al T!># Canadian Bel. of WMjn ^ t<!ni Apr i l«t 1943 and not 

rumpu* room d'lve-ln garage AtlraeUve 0 4814 gjjUU UOWfl, INeW, >/4 jU p ot t |) .g,.» bwv* rail VU Turuer. y» i j . ;t at Flvnngt Keaity Ltil. E *73t. “ nr ev mine* E 8484 Commerct Ports Join BC . ,,.i,v Ma/rh MOl Itll. a* pre- 

garden with level lawn# to beach Be I casco r\_. _ *. | e in coo evening* U3I44 .ir r- B *iv* vrill -.u- m naw w ■* iha prluclpal olflna af . advert1**d 

your rounirv hum* A»oltl Sunday Itaf- $4450 DOWO, New. 5IU.5UU " — CAN YOU OIVK POSSESBIOR TO OAK fhr M| ., >tnJ |n , n> nl lht Ytouaiy ad'emaen 

fir Rp-iirt your aummrr* on yeur own HALF ACRE IN CITY * YEN ETVOOO BUNGALOW-TWO UTO- Bay four dr •••-«•«»> bungalow Ml* d,,*, 0 f Montreal Toronto. . N M V*CAf J VM, 

fcaarh Waterfront* pr-ioe*ii»e In Cia* Bay ,IN '- MT HDPF RPAITY I TD ' »“«• l* » WlnnibeK VanwaVer and Vie- Chief Fngm.er 

‘are beriunine incrgaeinElv difficult to f]i)t r*m u home f|y* rwom* dawn and PROPERTY BAt kb bf.alt^ 


HAULTAIN 81 MM DOWN 


iVMajW G3I12 Hr it lah C«)umola 

'toil laree ,~**/vull BELL WITH II M8 TO 8J.ftiO Priwlcpal: »144«l00* 

. »"• raOi balance IM per month ■"» •'*>* lataeaati IS per cent pgr annum pay 

- iwn , . r|rt. three clirni* •ailing Call Mra atog half-yearly on the 1*1 of 

n« in uaaement a 4113 .eve., A.binn 200-Xi. nepumber 1031 «nd there 

Hi VJJo ”ruti * C * R *‘ 1,T . r h T the 1.1 d.v uf 

.d tern- Phone CITY POLICE CONST AM1.E URGENTLY Marrh and the let day uf 

I 0*747 require* iwo-bedruoni home. be*»ment' BepUmbar In each year dur- 

end garage preferred. Good monthly Ing the currency theruf. 

p*t mentl Initeed of Initial down pay- - M a* rial; non eallabla. 

-ied tl.rnq4fr.ut b„. 1183. Victoria Pre*. ”* ' , , , 

>um family home - _ Date: March lat. IVtvI 

■ 1L.- 1 1 I bate- THHI f -flEDKOOM BUNGALOW ROT 11 000 uti'e 

gd to ail r <•>-•*■* old Client can pay 83.000 Sown end tl 000 w • 


tionaliy at to prtnlrjpei and 

Intereat or the Proving! ot r.OVI RNMI NT tlP Tllf PROVINCE OF 


hiii 1 toil mi 1 'ini % 

HI PARI MINT IIP PI BI 1C WORKS 
niTi minoi q 01 kfacino mi-M 
tAANII II gllCTOEAl. DISTRICT 
AM fink 0 

YICT'lRI A- PATRICIA BAY HIGHWAY 

not ht. yu cony k actors 

Tender- for Ihe above Prnjerl will »>• 
revived bt tie vimlvler of Public 
Wun * ( Miufla • B .lldlng 817 Oorern- 

melir Bttrel Victoria IlC.. up io 13 


find - thla t* * GOOD INVESTMENT •«, 


-ulale cundltiun Pull. H 7514 B 3017 


See it now Aaklnt hl,h basement room. e»- 

nri.-e Jt Z . £.1 •J'J'J telient furnace wired for range O'er 


111! QUADRA ST ,nw Dnuglae '8ui»# 0 Campbell (I'd* 


• wi'h Hied slot 


ii <ai.lnrt Urclirn At Cn Really 'kil Port Street', B 4111. 
- i p p » • :u nr bine eveninr* E 3840 
Itiurt finished Needy ... — — ■■■ m .„i~. u . . u 


PLEASE AUK FOR MR SPIED. 

EYES K IV84 


Rithet Consolidated Ltd 

IMembei Real C*rata Board of Victoria' 
708 PORT STREET PHONE B 4231 


teilent furnace wired for range. Over I 

half an acre of level loto with gc-od | ' I 

dratoace Reiterate garage and large . ... c e-.rse-i r 

wi>rk«hi»i» with plumbing Take* !*■• 4-MILfc l_IKL.Lt 

than half rath to handle ^LOSE TO NEW HIOHWAY - 11.000 AnTU lin r uAVkirc 

Reduced to JOTJU py WS Three- f'-iftn cot'.' with llghl ARTHUR E HAYNES 


Clarenre Hatch. Re* . a 4480 

FAIRFIELD 

Four-Suite Apt. House 


f hnne and modern plumbing 

00* MO feet * . 


$4200 


ESQUIMALT 


_ . tr . Tn nee rondl'inn Be.tonahl# renlall 

NEWSTEAD S NEWS h.Jl^TL'oAr 


A i 6300 — HIGH CITY 
$2500 DOWN 


81 000 DOWN Po.ir-roniTi liurgaluw »Uh 

fn new pnndl'uin Re**nnahl* rental* dining a«>nk. Large In' H*ienn» from AUrer'Iv* 
provide a net return of *3 4M per annum r«*»berrle*. ab"Ul *149 r#*' e r rnn r»*r*o d. 
Oil -Of \f *tir ho»--lr heat- *i-i Qnri Price JijDUU »or P»rc 

ing _ Half .e.r, Price >l/.OUU, p,,#.. A*k (or Mr Ran-.,*, ?. , ' ,n t i*. ru 

Mr Kennedy Reaidence, O 4034 


Day Phone* E 4241 - E 4241 
11<M BROAD STREET 


H 'ULT A IN DISTRICT Plvg-rwom butle 
• i n* full ha»eni»nl, hot-air furnare - ... - 

dnre-tn gar act 7 IU» atlrar.Uy# nlder 
home roniaini living n»». larg* dining _ 

mum wllh Hreplare, g»od aim kitchen A U Tn vlor Snittol 
an 1 pantry 7- large bedroom*, three- r\. rVt I UyiU! 
piere bathroom all on nne flmrr 0«8 o f ■ » j 

carden 40 i 13® in* lawn* and flo»er*. i Oi V-O. UlU. 

T" view, please cnntai't Mr Nelmn *t _ nonin aiuerr 
E 1104 or evening* E 5931 or M» Jack- »»• ""DAD ETREET 
tan at *: 7104 or avenlnge. Belmunt 
171 - 0 - anrllme 


MEHAREY & CO. 

LIMITED 


Eve* O 0*73 


8249 B7..3 ; . . to NAVY pnrrPLE . W^KHTLY 

d .ft # o m ii i^iirjnm %nd tiliet'T w!8h tn »»uf foiir-fi? f-Too** 

-f de.rrrd I'-'-U Belli. I ! . IT IM baaen.ent Sub# anile 

Deterrent Ito.d, I^r.gforo ““r n ’’l JW2*“ ^ I 

ARTHUR E HAYNES ! ZTl. tt ,Z •^.y.^r^V 

LTD. k-dlrn^-EH^J. Br«t .tSTSS k'S. 

»' ru- tn • Mi ail' dry 'ray* Aepa- ' nV B OR RtX-ROOM BUNGALOW, 
rale geraev Pull price. 88. 709 Phone raur |, type preferred Oll-O-Matte ba*g- 
riAb' RAY * 'L" to* (Aealtt E»721 or eve* B< mem an <• earaee What rrlfere for all 

UAfN DAT | tnhr Bui 1*41 Victoria Pr*** I 

mirVuid *L‘rnr- , ,'» nd* UPl-ANDB SLOPE f A!RFirU>~HOMPB WANTED FOR 

Vt r ?' ’ ,, ‘" 1 ", ,r *l . „ port THE Dl.AO, M4tNA n>0 HUY Kit re'.uimb e elienta. irree roum up to al* 

9*. "•'*• ‘•'"J BIX-R'KiMPD BUNOALOW 'THl'ET tP , m N*» r r .rk. etc Prompt eereic# 

S '-ing roatr. 8t> -gn ne*a*f**t nook m ,*u. - . . Tiootii.li «IAU P’lX K . die r* I He torw.an ft €>• B4I9I. 

■ ’ • OA tUI OIL- 

p r.e * ilh euph"»rd eu 'table fur rj'r* r, MATIC >X) PO.D MOT All! '1KAT1NO WA.*mtD ntRlYT FROM OWNER OAK 

bruronm if •»<iu.r#.l and na'.hroom * p x YK4 't f'Llt A1TKA ltVE LOGA- II • i or Fairfield mwinti bungalow with 

on grnund floor Large cnnrro’e o*«e- rii'N PRICl. 114 FlKiNR t «#2» b* • m»m **nt# Cato Buyer B MM 

5 r gL# W «J'f«m'"to* '( , h 0 u U .e U Utoe dr f! 1 V 'y ' * HAVE 88 0M CASH WOULD UKF TO 

plat' ered rumpue - ir. with ' r f .r 1 BEDROOMS 1 YEARS Ot.D buy n Oa* Bay. Dean Height* or high n# „,. r , 


Winnipeg. Vancoaktr and Vic- *- T,,r| 

lorla. at holder * option and n*p ar tment of Puplie Work*, 
a* 'o noth principal and In- |i noma 

tereat an Government *tr##L 

all debenture# to te-ar the Vlrto01*, BC 
rwrtlflrat* of the Inspector ot Manh ll»h. I0M. 

Munlcipalltl#* af RriilaB Co- 1 _ 

Inmiila nr.imrl‘1 opinion. If 


requirrd. will lie abtained a I 
th* eapenae of Uta purchaaer. | 

RegUt'atlen; debenture* to bf endoreed 

a* tnllaw* 

-Thl# denwnUirWL or any 
In'eiegt therein yhall pnl 
after a Certificate nt 

ownership ha* been an 
darted thereon oy the 
Treaeurwr of thli Corpore-i 
Unn be trana-'rrabi* e*. ( 
rept be entry by the , 

Treaeurer nt hla deiiulf In 
the Drnenlure Rrglatrv 
Bonk or twe Village of 
Port at John, tn the 

Pravitito aloretald 


MAYNARD 
AND SONS 

Auctioneer* and Appraisers 

SIih p l!MI2 

In«'nirlpvl hy an Oak B»V 
ciipnt. anil olhors. we will sell 


REVENUE 
HIGH QUADRA 

Large, well-built and weil-krpi older - 


s:;x * oedr 0 *.ms-. years old ^ o« ; m a P m, ««, ,.u n ,y 

eng firtp «• * A 4->o.l a* a te. 1 1 Start , trr 'U"f,l«w Ra-m. , faf. « .adra E *499 _ B| lr ., „ lt , n a„ n ,„ ,y 17.# Client. Still OUlf'A, 

living room Uu u» lur- ap * r ' *[** ‘*,.,1, |VN CASff NOW RROULAR MONTHLY r.-*c an Bane af Cwnui'r In OUT salesroom*. 

*' ,r»ge r': uhoardi H<-u*e ■* f'tlJy • hr.on* .*w iw tr * payment* tor your small ho'i** Olv* Victoria BC 

::r; a ..‘. ^n.‘Vf , 'i'»v£i' ! r2 i « y-fwa - u — ■ «■ r 1 ™* - 731.733 Jphn* 


bv modern gu<un>*!lA oil plant t«*r* 
plum'iing to haienont of inilel and 
• atohatin A large Uit fully •and- 
•raped wi'h yirof'i-un nt ornamen'Sl 


w JAMES BAY 

*1 JO CA -11 
“I* -room b'ineato*. hard* 


l-ET ME HANDLE TIIV SAIE OP YOUR pr,.!... Hoy.* 

*''• r ’« lnln * Aaiherlly : Ry.la*. a.urtern) 11 *r>4 II 


$ 10 , 500 — OAK BAY 
OIL-O-MATIC 

A real family home living room rt nln« 
rwm, den with fireplace full kllchen 
down Bathroom and four bedroom* uu 
Thl* l* * genuine fcuy and we .ironei, 
re. immend It In envon# who can 
appreciate etreilenl value In * *'">d 

Si'ti. $10,500 

nr affer 

0"nd lerme 

Can I wet ft O Ney al F 7184 nr evening* 
o '4A8 nr W H MrUlhiei el E TI84 or 
O'eningA. Albion 37* R 

Newsteod Realty Ltd. 

788 FORT ST. * " M 


FRASER BISCOE 

Offori 


type home Hat iwii euire* nt three . frt *fi:ub« f" ker e« la*n«. eir Thla gj’ rc«tn>* lull i/geatnan' :| n *■ * fin- 

ft* V n a V CDCf" I A I room* each nn *»vond fl-mr Heyiaralr , lnv» y .mm* : • # In »!' del* % j.i.-g P ;.e 1 fur- < » * "j n* 

UAI\ DAT jrtLIAL entranre* and met#r* Kia roam* un I'hnne fir appoin'mtnt , ■ , AF\A "■ Very tn:*ll lul l*ull i»m I 4 < 

. _ _ . „ . main floor tor enacinu* living Au'n- ppj.-K S I O.UUU r -ie J By treun al Ba.m- -a V, *14 

Older 5- Roomed Bunqolow, malic OH heat oarage in ba«'men1 y,. f h> B 1121 eye limit 

, Cln*e to 4cboaia. bat and *1nre4 Term* Pirate a*k tor W Jr net. E 1103 Pve* 

basement, turnqce. garage, , rrine „, ei / nnn y:v i Hon« s two lots 

fruit .trees, paved street rnce .. 5 1 6.000 73 » port ftreet ■ jiji 3-. L ?# -"-i*" 1 L"*tLT. . ** 

Call Dob David win. Bve, E ’L’« 


$2000 Down 
Price, $6300 

Exclusively From 
Alex Page. Eves , -E 5883 

GORGE 

$2000 CASH DOWN 


T38 FORT PTREET 


RALPH H. WILSON 


134 Yum* Bid* 


$2000 DOWN 


PIVI BOOMS TWO l GTS 
fft'iatr » Hi nire area l hi* hnneal -w 
b*f*i fand'ied *'*d rederore'ed lhn-i. 
on- D'srnfd ra-rf wired fur raiigr u f 
• Mil 

■•tlee 4* J'O willi * I tort"* r m < 

W • r • • a «i llei.e I'-al'y. 714 P981 H'l 
Kllll eye* II 10*8 


G SI 19 residence t 47*3 

I A Id. CASH Git CASH TO ~ MGRTGAGF 
f nr rpmt P«y three-bed rnotn hn«ne up to 
tllniu M- » 1771. Victoria Preaa 

A S MILLER 

l>08 RLANSIIAHD ST PHONE B B8Y1 

PVAI 1. A V R F A G f WITH HOUSE 
r*- i ided Rronnabl* Garden 1744 


being ‘Pori Ft Jrih# Wa'ef 
Srwerage Syalem Bf .*• 

1043 ’ ai d ’ Port Si John 
W eier Const rue' mn Sv la* 1 
10*7 ' i revolved the iiipruvgl ' 
of lh* #l»*iorg the 3 1 »i uf 


OUHNAIDE EAST Plve-roivn bungaln 
Very n*et and clean Durnid C A Z.f\ 

in' mini rn#B .. 


Mr Ntvy nr Dc«k-rard M* 
I'unia^i- "u>' y’cnr auto* ThW 

l 4 .600 


»!* HlOfKKTS I OR SA1.K 

J H A HITTOME 4 CO LTD 

1711 Brwwil Slrert B ,248 

COWICHAN-JB ACRES 
Pl> *•-!■*, lillia ed and ai'B four* 


li me* on rx'ixt de'lllAg var'iv furtimh-* 1 . 


PA1RP1IO.D Pire-ronm bungain* Spa 
firm, living rnnm and dining room with 


Outbuilding* in- 
ed ihi-**n nuu*e 
yitte N'uneroU* 1' 
f'h.ia !ai» '*,#» 
>el Pu! pri'e ur. 


Hut* ala-rnom bungalow wi'h stairway | rt v*iy oak ff'wr* Ba*emen; g-yACA 
L 'WO eklr* larg* ■kMrnami up All >n ^ p t -* 3/ YOU 

newiy decorated Pull remeni ba*emen*. 

furnace garage eir Intulaled Cnee to jgMKH HAT Pour-rnpm bungalow th'e» 


SEAFRONT 


I S - " »*- ,,4a B« enlnga. rail Mr Cl.to « .0.7 &F 


Etqttliwglf Plve-rwwni t-nii-Tnir.gaiaa 
w|in Ihroe-tndm tell -mnltlgH tult> nn 
Pert oaaemeni h"t*ir heating un. 
(•ixie flew. Two lot* Tint I, e i • v 


ATTENTION 
NEWLY-WEDS 
OR RETIRED COUPLE 


"NEWLYWEDS" 2T ZSTfa.*? 

_ _ half an aer# nt earlen fruit tree* and 

Wlfh $2000 email fruli* Pirey>;*r» i n u, 

I’entbruk* *»a'h 'Oi-dern c«btne* (Itrheri 

MOVE RIGHT in 2T. ToZ r V£mn 

uj*#- To this Fin.i.Y ruMNisnro aii vwor, far iO'JUU 

WHITE STUCCO BCNGALO * clhje to ‘ '*»« 

gto ra and bu, TErtweB hall, living KifluGv* Ueiing 

rnnm and fireplace, kitchen end BPuk. 

Iwu nmlrwomt. three-pier# Pembroke *,.,.. 

be-.liroaea Tart hwaemeM with hot-air Dream Home OT1 O HlllSide 

TA YES cT» r .n R « rB a VEHY STUCCO HUSO ALOW. »•* ROOMS 

ooo? emarivkl ?uto m cherry UVJNO ROOM 14*3« FIREPl.ACE 
twite torome eel to KITCHEN WIRED NCX>K ( 4*7 
k| W roSSoVA oS CT1LITT HOOM WTTH ITtSS 
Kun^rkSilJM M riltra rug* ON* LARGE. 3 MEDIUM BEDROOM- 
^ Vn.r7«M f”t win ftll .r POUR -PIECE BATHROOM 
e. ‘ U ‘ _r' _ “ OAK MAIN PLOOn-A 

A 'V’* *** n t7TS0 AiH-roNDinoNCi heating 

) *A»rk4 DRIVE-IN OARAGE 

,, A Balance like retU HyAHLY 3 ACRES 


H G DALBY & CO LTD 

•34 VIEW STREET V1CT"RIA It C 

DALLAS ROAD 


Cali Sian Kennedy B 1193, Da»» 
B*e, O 4*04 


E E HEATH 


#hM< iMi-watge lie*: #9 He Aral* •" 

$6000 !•' °“ r ' w,u * ** ! ^ ' ' 'L. 

•M p-ir# $10 500 


•24 Ytiae 8-rret 

OAK bay' SPECIAL 
Reduced f or Quick Sole 


1,1, 1 . » iu * "it* Jinm *.*n i*nf «. I Ou'buiWing* in- if* -tm 

r» ,e<ir< t f . , ( 1(l . ,, , pr, ..ir* •. nn 4 r . i gnd haytr-ed »rii'**a ,«m**e • '.*d 

tfCCCirv , . p, . n,e tfl m- • . •nn r.mtt, mtte K'lmenru* l»u»' 

B ~f J\J J .. | <i ••«,. t v * i,i III '7 1 •* .i.<4 v-ail ff'lllg I<o* -tic TM* i* 

II * m Hetier a ] f a, i. • * u-l *11 1*1t|_a_*fiaL.*'e»l PV 1 pyire oe.lt U BM 

m i , , "ilreob ' „b baienre easy »*-•«' «»- 

A ■ *r B wl t eyrnine* Aluton T'l. X 

tnniL buys 

• «mi •! 'ir.ga.ee * '• im »toe <* b.n<#aiu< Jarr.ee hey REAVtEW ACREAGE 

■ - ,r-i eullr nil freer, 4 ..., atop, in gaemeiit |A vuf (>••*,»» Bey C*'f o 

> . , , A g,, ■ f b.i t f •/. r,t ■' *y * ■**’* ft,» i«n verrtt linm wern-»«t 

, , . 4 He I' I ‘PWd on bua line very a "*c- i,. , f, H, |i r IA: ! -r-aae * ,’/»d l "irltl 

L 'L ' " 4- *’ .amt. m r.yrd rnad gned enil. light 

5 1 0 500 ' 41 r s* XY««> Empire Reelf* pa rr ,! •to 

JIVJ.JLTU :tk Yatew Hi _ J W OIIEII.LT 

nv ovm* »»p r r ’3'« M '; SSS,,. *>«*■"*“ 

kl'chen yp'tlfl 1/t.re reoit.* and a '1 • — 

ch-n il.-*t-me r 'T"Iip* *U , doe rM'»ICE fit’ILDfXG Iffi 

n i » eln Lae d"#n p**met,i ir,, • •• ■* | ft # , #r? n,eirabl* •rg’.oit. •>'B ,*gtP- 

I n ' »n be rente** f •- n. , , pt • . . . .. • -• 

T al prhe 9* 4PQ T»" iol* U . ne , , ,, „„ v ,) t V> a Shlldemeyer 


$10,500 


Tall M- Murphy. Ree B 3*07 


C ■ LAKP VIEW BENI TV KErrr 

H’O tt !•'»* t .*1 •#! frt»e» all 


rH'iJCE BL'TLDIXO IZTl 

fn a »*ry nrtirabia '»r* en, «i'B t»gep- 

g .i i r : r .1 t|ew Arl aulck ur. 

Ij , | -j a* ,,rt.v 81 I'M A Shhdemerer , 

H i tn, nn ,M af Yemen Martin ft 
r., |M n 0t«7 

■ ASCII GYLE Ltiii' AND OTHERS 
Ca> r •» Cr »n’ an-l M*p|e*(w»d rm 
lh* ee-m » rir<># Up » 1* ,u left 

I A* (a Si )|W • «. n E«c n'lvr 

ntrw.fr Ai CO RBAt.TY 

EJ1 f»ll H'ree B 4111 eye, E 8#48 


731-733 Johnson Street 
TOMORROW — 1.30 

C’AFAC ITV KKIKTION 
GOOD 

Jenuarv 1 041 end nt Die' 

Kir HE Inrper-tor of Muniripai'iiee PlinkllTlinr 

d.v rn— PURN Unt 

I.K Purp»ee i 844 <001. W to flnanre the «,B- 1 W,B1 * B ' 

•iructlon of a •aiarworke ,re- 1 AVTl PI'VF.fTS 

... lem and l%* rgMI 00 to ffnan'g Jl.-RIP F.r P P-t in 

B 714 ronetructlOfi of a «e«ee 

gya'em. boll to .erve lh* in IMIT AT7GN FTRFJNAf E 

tour- hobitan', ot the Village KUtCTRJC FIREPLACE il/JO) 

. r * c ero r*filc*»»f* a, l* Maiarlly TWO NEARLY NEW CHRf.ME 

«od",ra par, hi John We-er Hewer*## Con- STUDIO UYtfNOP SUITER 

' ”*** tlrueOaB By law 1081 No tl 3 PT0 ORKFN CHERTk RriF1/> HiTTE 

83 g $9 °" March lei In earn of 1h» Cf.NVERDNI - TRl -I .AMPS 

,, r.::.:ee' m *! ' ,nl .!L *»h«Sh THnrw ALMTMX NEW <F*13> (fARPtm 

On March 104 In each of «h. CTLAH OIEET mAK PECTIONAI. 

yea c, 1084 and 10«» 8100*90 BOClKCARP. 

i*nre«t On March t*4 In each of lh# Ci-ram* DfNl'I'l 3 RFT - DH Si.'fTTB 

l ir 1,1 year, iM« to 1071 be«h a mvU.Y PH IMP LOYAIJRT MAPIJ1 

' ' el.,'«# • • . '* A TWIN num WIU> Ho* N;>c*nt *n9 

Total urn wndet thl* Hr '*• . ? rlr.g filled UATTNEHNFJt 

«••$* I A.ooaoo grr9 WAlJnrr nn H> ITE 

— R, F “. rt w "WSTo n"” Cr - nM, “ r, ' 0n PAIR YOUTHS HEI-t WAT3nrr 

On Merrh 1*1 In r*rh Of the AND TOASTED MAHOGANY 

**** 1 ^' mn 1884 to Iftl both to- HPtiR'V'M rv RNtTURF 

dartre — It dOn nn _ w ff ififFN' PTRGI IJ* 


On March 1,1 In each af Ihe 
yean \*m to 1 r« *"'-h to- 


yvere Xom to irfl ww'-h In- 

rlualve . 01909 00 

Or. Marrb l»i e#eh nf lh* 
yy«c IF7I to in nwlh In- 
cl m»e . .17 91)0 00 


0 900 99 BOOKCARP. 

Cl.firne f*I*2|-TTE SET - DR Sf/fTTB 
yifi Hr. yj.V PH IMP UrYAIJRT MAPIft 
TWIN RMJR W!U, Ho* Spring end 
„ .prln# filled M ATTN EfW FH 

I , g-rrm W AI.NUT RR BUfTE 

FAIN YOUTHS HEI* WAOIOT 
AND TOASTED MAHOGANY 
HPt'R'X'M PUHNfTUNE 

m noons _ ** NEW KfimrEN' htngiipr 
WAGON 

V A C f tfM Cl 0ANERR TCXHR 

1 AVI AIJ. ELFCTHTC APPUANCEB 

I AWN MOWERS - WRCTN IC 
I7 00A 90 FORT A SIX HEWING MACHINE ETC 


* f "Oulh of 'he Avenue On* bloc* -«• fhr i«xi»# lir a# room LOT LISTINGS WANTED lh» ofGee of 'he Clerg n the Munlof- 

• •tor C 1 ",# to tchr. • th'pa .g end , , <«n nedrr. m* tt.re# jw» ■# w •* B# l Hal: Fyrl Ht John. 1C at 1 

JONES & SCOTT 'r»n«perto'.i#n Thl* lovely 0ung*i«w 1* i,,,*... , , ki'rhen no ra.rm.nt i*r*»r q,-*yn .#>■• eoiume ef tale* net »*- „ rkw* in ihg afUrnnon Mnuniam 

JVJINCD ° J4-W r ^ pt iUt LA fr , ,y,n room wnh ope . -j 3 **■••> Priced al HH8 M*>e4 my Itata I need hr.me ,ito* <w a.Indard rime an Wedr.eyflay 'he 1*th 

Ei. 13 fi-*p are Laree dine to Cer'f# BAl‘ Pi*n Flea** ,ell llarry tar Hie ei A'hioB 141 Y iu',4 Pyir'ield M' Tnlwie tot* ver-ed .. u>rcft 10AI and ir u*t be lira for 

All h*rdW'»od f.o**# rgbftti » 'eftgn or 0 07. 1 R.d.aay P»aHf I'd fnr 9d«leap* end epertmewu aotwaera a"*r thl* tun# 


116 Yarrow Ridg 


A «PEC1At 

•<■ noene Ilvto* room 
n n#.trani*i4 three p4»ci 
rhen no r.»»em«nt gmr*er 
e.iato Price., at 8J 


Total letue under thU By iaw- 

1 H«*M 

Tender* will be dpenad to puo tc el 


Lot# of rnohoard «p*c* Wired for 


Cen'art the 


*o* i*:nt Mr Miehdl- 


•UKprk* J 

i, Balance ilk* reft* 

Office ■ Mil; evening •- Mr Wllkto 

B 8791 ar Mr Wilkin* ■ 4*e* 


FRASER BISCOE S 

Hew Lore (Ion 179 Yale# Street 

Aero*, from the Hew Fail Of new. 


TWO- Mil Jf CIRCLE 

$ 12,950 

ALSX PAGE EVBH. f 'Ml 


Mr Tartor fyening, rt H8I 


end ihree-nec# Belhr'e’.a PeQ batement ** • 


$2750 


Ci 910ft 'Alfred Cormichael & Co. Ltd ^ m P ,re ^ eo!, y Company 

70 VO | 831ft BROAD ETRErr 0 7341 709 YATES STREET B 7441 


f..rr*ce »#r*ra'# gereg' iiwntod * * o-'* 
«*rrtor A y»-y f 'ftd n d»r MSN #' 

. rva law aaeing price ef *• BP) Tower A 

Vtct L 4 O 4 * 4 , Xree _ E 233 ft, 


Cali tn* Let Rn*rtail„ Mr Nirhntaon at 

HAWKER POSTER LTD, 

B 2191 Dag a* Right 


Of March 'Ml 

HARM AN HT GAR ft McCEN7.fR 

Solicitor* for The Coeparetian 

ot UM V 111*9* 0( Pw* Sc Jwhn 


BASEMENT SALE, 10.30 

n HC T MF REPWfOFR A TOR 
TRrtXKH - GARDE* TOOtB 
UEEPUt W>" RTHGLXI PUHNISHTMOB 
WHIJT.RARROW - RANOtft 
rR'TT - VEGFTARfF* 


M 4VKARD k WINN 

Ht. O Mil 

.hiMMifird A fin Don't 

Co»t — They Pay 


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28 Bathj <Edlmt tut Victoria. b c . non.. M.rrK 12 . 19S3 


Brentwood Waterworks f.e 
Cut 10 Per Cent for I 

BRENTWOOD 


Reservists May Get 



More Equipment 


1 n»irn irrott 
>1 Row 

II CTtoepina toml 
I* W«n 

U. Pri*tfld*d with 
Mira* Q'ltitir 
1“ Church 
ItMDlre 
II Buropwwni 
W Pm* up p««*r 
•Util 


per rent In the 
reduction In waterworks levy taxes on properties for 1953 
wa. announced Monday a» the Thr annua] Jta<em< , nt wa * ap . 
fourth annual meeting of rale n,„ved bv the r*tepaver* Hirer 
payers of Brentwood Water (nr . 


Victorias naval reserve dm hat, he 
sion may soon have consider- though 
C. Paw son and George ably more training equipment 
woiks Pisinct. Williams were_ re eledM for according to Lieut. tE» Joseph 

V. C Dawson, chairman, re- three year terms. n, lll(lul „ n ,. v . , n 

ported that 12 new connection* \i r Dawson r*MrtM( ** n 

i n> iia tiaH , h4 . >,r lWW!lon lepoitert petition glneer offi.-er for the RCN * 

mil 1% Th" ~ V T„.2 frim """ "< Hrlv, rww branch who u now ,n 

total i h. i he rexenue from area had asked that the water Victoria. 

sale* of walei wa* Sb.000 and work* system he extended to * 

thpn» .» u - it t i f ilt i c r.l 11 'oJJ m A<mii inn hlv r»r.*s.«*nf rwket lata» 

m#»n* wii ri surplus of 51. .**9 in supply \hr\r properties, which 
ihe account. are at present outside the area 

Bonded Indebtedness had hee n authorized in the Brentwood 
reduced by 97.000" and 


ATTENTION 


arrears waterworks incorporation 


of the Seine side ntv Th 


Night Hawks 


an cl 


of naval divisions o 


S'tT'i. Mr. Dawson said ’Hie tbe matter very extensively, he 
directors had decided on a re *ald. and fell n would he feas- 
ible to do this It would necessl. 
laie the ln*(allalinn of an addi- 
tional reservoir beside the pres 
out one. 

Two or three residents of the 
aica explained the need for ihe 
extension. Alternative mute* of 
the new pipeline were described 
hi Mr Dawson, who pointed out 
'hat ihe resident* nf the new 
area would have to form a new 
district under the Water Act. 
After a lengthy discussion, the 
ratepayer* passed a motion 
agreeing In principle to thi* cx> 
fenkion. provided the residents 
of the new area succeeded In 
grilling ihe authority of the 
provincial government to form 
a new district. 


Western Canada. 

Diesel, steam engine and rna 
chine shop equipment were de 
finitely needed at HMCS Mala 


See Island's Largest 

Dealer Ail on Pace *2 


. imiurmrnt .« 

ON THE SCREEN 

Allas "She's Working Her 
Wav Through College" 
plus "Bugles In the After- 

noon." „ 

Capitol "Slop You’re hill- 
ing Me." Feature at 1.27, 
.128, 5.2ft. 7 in. , *131. 
Dominion — "My Pal Gu* " 
Feature at 1.32. 3.32. 5 32. 
7 32. ft .12 

Fox "Rom* of the M nun- 
lain." Two complete 
shows, 6.50. 9 00 p rn 
Oak Kay — "Vcnctinn Bird." 

Feature at 7.13. 9.20. 
Odeon "Ruby Gentry." 
Feature at 1.09, 3,1ft, 529. 
7 39. 9 10. 

l‘la/a "Feuding Fools" 
plus "The Maverick." 

Kin "Hell-Ship Makgan" 
plus "Peggy." 

ON THE STAGE 
York "The Silver Wills- 
tie" at 800 

Royal Famous Artist Bal 
let at R 30. 


S3 Thins «a law. 
37 Man a nama. 

J* Aniar 
to B«nal) rui 
J» ftrania 
l« Put iiitr 
a a irk 

17 nu.ma*. 

IrsmarUon. 

H Rl.fr nf 

Maryland • 
tn i ana m*t«ur* 


MAW l 


< A KHAR'S LEGIONS 8l ' 1 olvtsjon. awaalhar 

Ors,r'» fc-tfon, tramped *V«T«»-S f ENTRK ij MSU 

♦ he Metz Pan* highway; Napo Most Canadian enlisted men n on“. n li c *rum 
Jeon took hjs troop* to Russia at headquarter* here are „ 
along it! Bismaick. In 1S70. assigned in the communication* 3« *»»«.» 
marched his Prussians io Pails system. Here I* the centre nf a 
in reverse direction Kaiset Wll 59.000.000 micro rela_. system I ■ i 

helm also, in 1911 Hiller dodged which when in full operation I /)/>*)] * 
R. because French defense* bv means of a 17s»at|on honk- k. 

were waiting for him there; up will free Central Europe * _ 

(»en. George Patlnn .It spear- Alt' force* from dependence on promo < 

headed hi* armor along it east commercial line* of commumca * rfl H Meado 
to liberate Met/, on Oct. 12. 1941 lion. Orillia Street. 

American squadron* aie on "Life in Franre i* simple for * r,, ng com mis 
the Canadian left; the French us," said Flying Olf fee r Edward tnr n ^wr. ha* 
aie nn their right, protecting A Poitra* of Winnipeg, Man. p >’ oaval headr 
the skyways to Strasbourg, ihe who is one of the 21 French Upon com pi 
gateway. Io their beloved anti Canadian* at headquarter*, "be- week officers’ 
vital Alsace. cause *o many of u* speak the at HMCS C 

In placing the Canadian* be language." 

tween the force* of the two na Rut when It come* In lech j 
tions. Gen Laurie Nor*! ad not ntea| problem*. Air Vice Mar-! 
only paid rrlhuic to the prowess shal Plant stresses the com 
of Canadian an men in two plexify. One of his |nb* 1 * tn 
world war* and hi* aprprnannn standardize fuel for let plane* 
of the 60 much needed F 86 "Here* what I found " he 


*1 Lei It Hand. 

*« Unrtf Iliad 
*4 Ran. r (irirn 
r»va 

47 To oarrfil»t» 

<» Haart .-rtK-rln* 
w Small r tills 
SI Earib fortrtav* 


Raiastad br Thf Ball Byndlcaia. Inr 


DOS ANGELES <APi 
Grandma dropped her claim nf 
insanity Tuesday and pleaded 
guilty tn two charges of hank 
robbery. Mr* Ethel Aral* 53. 
the widely sought grandma nf a 
sene* nf bank hold ups early in 
tile Winter, will he sentenced 
April 3. When arrested la*t De 
• -ember 2 \ she said she held up 
hanks tn get money *n she 
could rontlnue to help the needy. 


Ddicunu ~.<h -nips. «nn 4rK f (nrar d , 4h „ 
S ** H r,mf *ori Inar add i 


a asm** mmoiT-r sudf *y r 
U»OON. EHCLA.ND 


\ veil Lie Lot 
»r Park Us< 


i wo i,ore 

Keserved I 


laken under consideration 
was a request of L G Thomas. 
Beach Drive. Brentwood, that a 
'trip of municipally owned 
waterfront property in his vi- 
cinity He sold to property 
owner* concerned. 

The action would allow those 
concerned to build up their 
property and guard against 
erosion now wearing ihe muni- 
cipal property and threatening 
some home*, 

Mr. Thomas also suggested 
that any fund* from the proper- 
ty sales he applied Io improve- 


MEDWAY. Mas*. (An — 
A 3.S year-old loan wa* 
written off Ihe hook* Tues- 
day by a enuple of First 
World War buddies, Ernest 
l-oye, a Boston policeman. 
•iaw William >| tin roe. own- 
er nf the Milage Inn. for 
the firs! lime ai nee they 
were together In Franre In 
ID IB. "Here's your watch." 
said I eve, The yvalch, still 
running, wa* glyen Love 
for security when Monroe 
borrowed 100 francs from 
Him. Monroe tried In repay 
the loan but l/ove refused. 


The Af f TIONEERS 


RALE BY JERUSALEM 'APi— Israels 

— _ _ _ government ha* proposed a 

Ik. I rTinM L21fi.000,0n0 13609.000,000) hud- 

I I i^l K»" I"' Hie - oming fiscal year. 

I* promises considerable income 
INTERESTING HOt BEHOLD tax reduction* despite a J'vpf-r- 

mintrirminn n,mp mrr la '* v,,;u ' h " f, ‘ 

kllDWITlIPk EP ' ,f 11 ^ figures were p,e 
1 UIVlU 1 UlVL ^ced to p.ii I lament Tuesday 

by Finance Minister I^evl E*h- 
DOMESTIC EE EE4 TS koi who said the government 

would curtail seryire* irr order 
hfLSRAWS SALESROOM to r.- mif , h . ,.v 7 ” " 


IMS FORT ST. 
FRIDAY, 7.30 O'CLOCK 


Happier 

Motoring 

DO YOU— 

Ge» nve r to the right curb 
In plenty of time to make the 
turn properly" 

Get over to ihe lane next 
to ihe centre line to make a left- 
hand turn" 


Consigned for positive Sale 
Excellent Living. Dining and 
Bedroom Suites and Occasional 
Pieces Chrome Den and Kitchen 
Furnishings 


A Product of G«f>eral Foods 


ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 


RANGES • REFRIGERATORS 
WASHING MACHINES 

Sewing Machine. Radios. Rugs. 
Odd Red*. Dressers. Cribs Baby 
Buggies. Gent's Bicycle. Daven- 
ports, Coal and Wood Range. 
Varuum Cleaners, Household 
Utensils. China. Glassware. 


RICH, RED, VITAMIN-ENRICHED MEAT 
NEW and 9 WAYS BETTER FOR YOUR DOG 


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vc t©tev*T »STK 
TV>£ F\ , .5 OF D** V.-’ CX 
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ME k- TO B£ PETO?^. 
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so unwY 


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TWIG/ WUAT HAb 
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MAROUJC* 
OADiATrONS 
HAVE FORCED 
mem wav up 
m«oo*H vx <0 
pock. 

INVISIBLE. B*JT 
POWERFUL - 
THEV HAVE 
TAKEN OVER 
THE FORMERLY 
HAPPV LITTLE 
HOME — 


S*Onk SMCOTCAKE.'TtHi 
NEVER HAPPENED BfiFO' 


AH MASHED ' 
MAH FAVOR'TE 
THUMB/.'' 


SAD SACK 


CAME TO SCHOOL 
TODAV, DAD,. r— 


T as/VOL’C SLAVE- 
VO'JP EVERV WISH i& 

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i am vo u c slave 

VOUP EVfcPV W -b» i£ 

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1 Oh. to neap in the weep L 
oT-the golden r.pe Reap.’ 
i Ail the sheep n the ft>id a 
AU Asleep in the gold I* 
of the ri p«_*veep we neap 

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■ THEM SWEEP j 
IN THl*£ IS 

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fcom xx// Bear ' 
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THE PLACE... HE'LL SHOOT 
4W0NG amO TC:£S TO A 
CNTFB TME (5BOTTO. ^ 
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I OON'T KNOv WUAT 
r«E -ZME 6 W k'EY DIABLO 
AJT I MOPE TO ACT * 

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/•"'SELF w.- L-r 


\\ inning Contract 


"y Howard Schenkrn 

■ ml Khhar.l I.. Fr.y 


of Four Mairh whi»’h helped th«* 
American tram. captained l»v 
Howard Schenkrn to pile up .i 
part of Ils K,2rt0 p*-ilni marcin 
of vlciory. Again it was h!1» 
dlnp that told thr «im\ ,ii 
thought In this rti'al ihrrr wa* 
.to olrmrnt nf lurk Atlrlrd 
It I* difficult to unde Ml and 
thr rr.isonlnjr which prompted 
i hr North player for 
lo piiMs his fine hand when lit* 
»ldr was vulnerable and the 
opponents s»rir not It rfnns.Tt 
P«y to trup non-vulnei.ihh* nn 
ponenis enrepi perhaps worn 
>our side Is not vulnerable 
cllher. To pass such a hand «• 
North's risks being frn/^n nut 
of thr hnbllne entirely, and per 


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J A SHOT IN 
!Tv IHt Afc'V ' 


PARSES FO«? 
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tO TVt 'PILL * 
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GEE rVLANKe>, 
OP rw-«?LV' 


CM. OOTTOP I * 
AON T M6EO THAI 
SHOt Vsl tHt ASM 
l FEEL fine n on- 


what DIO 
HE MEAPJ. 
.SXK4 

/T to M£ 


home." said the wind. .1 \ " ,hr ri,bl>il 

answrrrd. 

“Can you do it*" asked I’tirlr , 

WliiL’Ilv 1 ""P*’ * °m not blowing you 

too hard." howled the wind. 

I'ldn t I blow away your “No. you air not blowing me 

hat' a-krd wind loo replied Mr 1 . 

“Yes, you did replied the "t i< m n s<»rt of on 

rabbit airplane. I gueas. ; 

"And dldn t I blow «w.«> your ttiat * how I must look 
st nrf, Uncle WlgpilyT" one down on the grin 

"Yes. you did." replied the l "" k ' "P *«<* *ees me 
ra bt,j(' Yea. you nttiai looi 

"Then I ran blow you all ibe njV'terloti- plane." s.i 
way home.'' went on Mr. March How d<* vnu 

Wind. k,n '* trick 

"Will it huri me to hr blown *' •* Joll) CO*kI fu 
hom^ , " Uncle Wlgglly wanted Hocle Wlggilv "But h» 
in know' giving me a happi 

"Hid It hurt your hat and w,,rn * * ? ' M lo ,nv bungt 
scarf to hr blown**" asked the * m ;' lr e""' there?" 
wind "You shall have a hap 

"No, it didn't ■ ..Id M, Lone- M " r, ' h wl " rt 

rjir?( * ni'le W iggily looked down 

"Then It will not harm you." al hl * hunKa ^ w Mnv ‘ h,m IIp 
prornts,v| i hr wind "Now b.ib >J,W N " r '‘' ,af ' 4 ' Fll//V W,,// V 
ton your overcoat tightly ol,t ' Sh " lo " k ‘ ,<l "P rh ''n 

around you. Tie your srnrf over %l!< ran k *"*" bungalow 
your hat and fie thr ends ol ’ ^ could -re that 

the ararf under your rhln n»en v,l ’ % 1 't'-'J Wtt//\ w.is very 
nothing will hr blown aw>y r * r bed. 

from you but you will in* hiow-n v\'hni http pour, next will iw 
home, Are you ready, Untie lo ^tomorrow’s «fory But 

WlggllyT" I hope the televlalon doesn't 

Mr l.-nngrars buttoned bis *brt showing pictures up*nlr 
overcoat lightly around him Hr down *n thr f« ( -r of thr rlotk 
pul his scarf over the too of *'•! have t.. ■land on |i* tread 


jj opportunity for n ch».i|« rs 
change of informaiion. In light 
id of i hr bidding Mast for America 
ill opened the five of spade', 
^ West's Jack foreeil North'* i-t 
j and the nine of b ’ai l* wa* 
Iinrased, losing In V\Vy North 
,* couldn't afford to grab thr trr 


,* THAT THE WB5 
r *w r» wmOSc 
* us»**o oieo 
aacewTLv p* X' 
Moe< 3 A* r 


would eslabllah three spade North won with the ■ 
trick* fur East. After Winning heart flnr»sr grabbsl 
the spade wiih hi* nine Kast of spades on thr spad 
shifted to the Jack of diamond* West and took thr 
West ducked, forcing North to another heart to rst y 
w lo with the king and ••suhh' It *UM. North duck'd 
•ne IWo diamond Inck* for the ,»f spade*, won the n 
defenders These were cashed with the ace vsent li 
when West got In with the king with the king of Huh* 
of he.irl* and the ronltai-t wa% running the hearts l< 
defeated, mond Ills king of 

At the nthet table n t p,**. » produced the ninth 


NO. THE pONT MOU KNOW \l ir r DID V LOOK'.. I'M ’ 
HOTEL ( VOLW? WAV APOUN O J r woulON'T \ FACIN' NDt?TH I 
cq/ ) TH ' 9 ^ i- t 1 1 HAVE GOTTEN)^* 0 ^ WttiCHifl 

Mr 0 l i P|f WF 5 T. 0 NMV 

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North hand, hid 
p over Usrhtnr 
rr*{»nn*e and So 


Mf WHFPC ttcF 
HAcTKENfiAOK , 
HOTEL 19 ? r 


GOSH r CANT FinDTHF 
WAOKTNfJAOK MOTFL 
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I anker Hefloaled 
After (Groundin': 


1 / tl meandering* Idle talk latei 
Sc pt 21 In Oet. 11 If.lhcai 
■«n I'sni your talents or have fun 
V* co. ill after aoontlmc t'on«ult 
at the budget before yott herd the 
- -ill t.r pleasure m late aftenvam 


IF PEOPLE REALLV 
ACTED LIKE THAT 

Civilizations! would 


WELL DON'T LOOK 50 
PEEVED OUST becaljs 
I DOJ T r 


on things and for »oh 
lem» From mid after 
during the evening: 


Of AO THE NOVEL 


and evening. ’ 
a happier endl 
and at noon 


FATHEP ISNT 


Public works department 
announced that tender* 
been railed fot the *orf.v 
the rloaing dale Mar. h ?1 


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A Terrific Assortment 


30 CaiLlI (Eolnttifft Victoria . R C., Tkar*., March 12 , 1953 


In Victoria 


Of Sweaters, in a Wonder 
ful Range of Colors! 


BV REV. WII.IJAM HILLS 

Once I heard it said that the pulpit wan the coward's 
castle, and that the ministry was the haven of all those 
who couldn't succeed in any other vocation and profession. 
This, of course, is a libel against a dedicated body of men 


Three Classic Styles 


Grandmere Smoothies! 


they are first and foremost the servants of God I am 
not a Roman Catholic, but I am reminded that the most 
exalted figure in that Communion hears the title "Servus 
Servorum Dei'' — "Servant of 

the Sonants of God." dent has not fan he mi to read 

Why dikes a lad enter ihe min die second chapter nf St John, 
fatry of the Christian Church? where Jesus changes the water 
To make a lot of money’ If ,n '° "»> '■xeellem wine’ Why 
that Is the ra*.e, and he happens Should the Son of f»«»l do ihat 
in he a reasonably healthy *;pcrt ^ w ine, of itself. j.« so terribly 
mrn of humanity, hr will make ,'*T/\ n * r an<l rnl * John writes 
a lot more Joining the police , Th,s ‘"‘ginning of miracles did 
force or sweeping the streets. ,n ( """ ot f :»'llee, and 

Parson* never need special help E*"!"*!*? h ‘' clnr >- an ' 1 

In computing their income .ax hl * disciples believed on him 
return*. The tfouhle, my friend. Is not 

A man might enter the min- in ,hr> ™r' hu ‘ *" 'he man who 

fairy nut nf a desire to help fakes to »he cup too long It is 

people, or to make the world ,,ir abuse, not the use of any- 
better, or to find one vocation “'ing which Christianity inn- 
which Is purer and more allru- dernns and this condemnation 
istic than other vocations, hut ** *’ n, “ not only to slco- 

in actual fact hr becomes an *">'<* “nuors. but also to food 

ordained man because he ranuot ^ » Cottony; to money 

fa otherwise even If he could! "JKl * "te body 

(,od rails him and responding * h ' ch * U5 ‘- ,f > 'H.gion which 
to that call, nothing will prove ' T "*"* 

to he an attractive substitute * h,ch >* ^"d^r. 
nr an insurmountable barrier 

That Is the way it ts YJoiml IlH I (HI \am<*<l 

But having achieved his heart s 
desire, hr will find that serving A s A tile Onron- 

thp servants of God Is. quite * ^ 1 V IH 1 " 

literally, a fad of roses thorns LONDON i A P t The Queen 
*od all. named her husband's unrle. Ad- 

Some members of his mngre- mirAl Earl Mountbatten. as a 
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to do their bidding at the first night. The appointment was an 
ring of the telephone hell irre pounced in the Royal calendar 
sprctive nf any m tier ronstdera n f The Londryi <.a/ett e 
tinns. Others again will strip 

him nf hi* humanity, forgetting . 

father, and demand of him 

'lie attribute* nr a dr-rni god | m A ■ 

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The last time we used the 
phrase "alcoholic liquor*" in 
Urn column wav the last day of 
November la«l year. Yet I have 
Just received a letter dated Feb- 
ruary 11, 1953, and post marked 
March 6. which seem* to have 
some reference to that occasion. 
There i* no address and it fa 
signed merely by the mitiafa 
"I.M H.," but it fa an typical of 
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Pro.. 201; Isa.. 28 7; Hub., 25; 
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30 31 32; Col., 2-21. You need the 
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If thu correspondent would 
atop playing script ui«l arith 
mrtir and really study toe Word 
nf God. he nr she would really 
see that the referen»T quoted 
from Matthew has nothing 
whatsoever to do with what 
goes Into the mouth but what 
comes out nf it* The actual 
word* of Christ Jesus are these: 
"Hear, and understand Not 
thar which gneth Inin the mouth 
dcfileth a man; but that which 
tnmeth out nf the mouth, tins 
dcfileth a man " The letter 
quoted above seems In be a 
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