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NO. 1 02 — NINETY-FIFTH YEAH 


Canada Welcomes Japan’s Crown Pi 


nice 


Pass Unrestricted 
ays Across Border 


LONDON (NANA-Kcmncws) — Premier Georg i W. 
Malenkov of Russia lias lifted the Iron Curtain on corres- 
pondence both in and out of Russia. Il is the latest move 
in the Russian “pefcce _o(fensive.” Now anyone in the 
West can write to relatives and friends lx»th inside the 
; Soviet Union and iri Russian-controlled territory. Letters 
from Russia are arriving 

I here in a steady flow. meant that tetters ami tele. 

Malenkov has called off the crams between Britain and Rer- 
post office censors Already peu- 1,n ba ‘* * v ’ rn mo, l erratic and 
| pie in the West and East **ee bmJI - v a,L Th, ’- V « atueled and 
exchanging letter* and opinions censored as they thought fit 
without censorship. "Our letter* flown into Beilin 

Bui Malenkov has not an- were held op by this. There was 
nounced the lifting of the ren- only a trickle of letters from 
sorshjp. He ha* not even tried Russia. They are now coming 
To exploit the move as a prop*- through faster and utteenanred '* 
ganda grsture. The normal correspondence 

The first new* nf it came route in Russia Ls Os tend Berlin- 
from Violet la Elvin. ballerina of Moscow, 
i lie Covent Carden Opera. Be- HOPE FOR BHi lifts 
fore her marriage to a British Meanwhile the que*u.-n •.( 
emtiassy o/ftctal in Moscow dur- R UlV | an prides toeing released is 
|"6 Ihe Seivnd World War, abc „ „ 1|)lr .-onv.rorlKrn 

was Violetta Prokharva. j 1t<rp 

ALWAYS DIFFICULT a furrier, offiH.. 


Argentine 

Labor 


His Imperial Highness Prince Akihito 
of Japan steps Horn the'RCAF plane 
that brought him to Victoria last night, 
preceded by Howard Measures of the 
department of the Canadian secretary 


Prisoner Trade sl,i P- Aircraft Prison Rioters 
Starts April 20 I" 1 "", Hoarse, Hungry 

m*« plane, a steamship and ' 


MUNSAN l A Pi — The UN 
and the Communists Sunday 
willed on April 20 as the starl- 
ing date for an exchange of 
aick and wounded prisoners of 
wlkr after the Reds emphati- 
cally turned down an allied 
proposal to begin earlier. 

The date was fixer! at a meet- 
ing of allied and Communist 
ataff officers at Panmunjom 

Cot. Williard H. Carlock, se- 
nior UN staff officer, said he 
told the Reds the UN waa pre- 
pared to start handing over Its 
disabled PWa by Wednesday 
If the Reds were willing to 
receive them. 

Hut, he added, the Reds were 
"emphatic" about starting the 
exchange April 20. 

The agreement exchange 
the sick and wounded prisoners, 
signed at Panmunjom Saturday , 
by liaison officer* of both aides, 
say* the start of the exchange 
shall be "not later than 10 
day* after the signing of Ihls 
agreement.'' 


STILLWATER, Minn. tAPi — 
Hoarse and hungry, ringleaders 
of a riot at Stillwater State 
Prison Saturday night kept 
shouting and throwing things, 
but at a slackening pace. 

Prison authorities, who have 


cuss changes in prison routine 
was canceled. 

Protesting inmates in two of 
four cell blocks began yelling, 
lighting small paper and rag 

1 1 res and throwing objects 
through windows. More than 

12 hour* later, at 10 p.m., the 
disturbance was still going on. 
A smoke haze hung over the 
cell blocks. 

UK KKD IN CELLS 
Locked in their cells, the 


their first PVV convoy of 23 
vehicle* would arrive April Hi 
. in Kaesong, six mile* north 
west of Panmunjom. where the 
exchange will take place. 

They said it would take *hrm 
two day* to get Allied PW* 
from u prisoner collec* ton 
point In North Korea to Kae- 
song. 

The staff officers. Carlock 
said, reached agreement on ad- 
ministrative details of the ev- 
change and turned their docu- 
ment over to translators to pro- 
I>are It for signing Monday 
The utaff groups will meet 
Monday at 11 a.m. 16 pm. Sun 
day PSTi. 

The Reds reserved the right 
to make revisions before they 
sign Ihe UN drafted admin 
, istrative document. 

Carlock said the Reds did not 
I give the nationality of the firdl 
Allied PW* they will return. 

The Allies plan to hand over 
15,800 sick and w ounded North I 
Korean and Chines** prisoners 
for fiftO Allies. Including 120 
Americans. 

( >nly one Canadian — Gw. , 
•lohn Orvan Jenkins of Ham- 
ilton. Oni., is in ihe list of sick 
and wounded handed over by 
the Reds. 

Meanwhile Communist pro- 
posol* for resumption of full-} 
scale truce lalks are still 
under study In Tokyo by the 
UN Ear East commander, On, 
Mark Clark, and Lieut. Gen. i 
William K. Harrison, senior 
armistice delegate. 


labor, Heron's chief source of 
political power, lias often in the 
past called 24 -hour general 
strikes to show tt.s power in 
support of the president. 

These demonstrations are 
usually called at a time of crisis 
to impress the country with the 
unions ability to rally the 
masses. 

The organization told Peron 
the worker* were growing rest- 
less over »he mounting inflation- 
ary spiral and the beef short- 
Aires, He 


since breakfast, tightened 
^security measures and’ waited 
for calm before making another 
move. 

In a surprise step Saturday- 
morning. guards locked the 
1 .006 Inmate* in their cells, the.i 
distributed n letter telling them 


adopted the report In a* vote that 
went along party line*, with th# 
opposition members against 
accepting the report. 

The committee also suggested 
in It* final report that all ex- 
hibits ami transcripts of evi- 
dence used during the Investiga- 
tion be turner! over to the attor- 
ney-general "for such appro- 
priate action as may tie recom- 
mended." - - — 


fhey could not dictate the terms 
of their Imprisonment. A 
scheduled Sunday session to dL<»- 


age in Buenos 
damped on government price 
ceilings covering almost all es- 
sential goods and announced 
that violators would race stiff 
penalties. 


back* on commissions were 
| "wholly unwarranted and un- 
founded." 

The legislature will debate 
Monday the committee's repurt, 
which said the allegations con- 
| tained in .1 O. Rawiuk'v affi- 
davit W'ere falsr. 

The committee investigated 
charges by Raw Ink, former 
manager' of Financial Agencies 
lAd:.- in which Rawluk alleged 
that his company paid "kirk 
hacks" on business directed 
through If hv Mr, Allore. gen 
oral manager of the Saskatrhe- 
govtrnment Insurant e 

offii e. 

The committee 


union 

Rejects 

Proposal 


All Over U.S., 
Russians Told 


Washington <ap 

Joseph Mi 
called 


subcommittee he head-i had 
"negotiated" an agreement with 
Greek owners of 212 ships to 
refrain from all trade with Red 
China and North Korea 


urity direc- 
tor Harold E. .Sta.sM-n Saturday 
to ask Greek ship-owners in 
London to break off ail trade 
with Red China and between 
otlu-r Communist pops. 


T-ONriON » APt — The Moscow 
radio told the Russian people 
Saturday night economic con- 
ditions are bad In the United 
State* with 1 3.000.000 persons 
Johlrs* or on part time This 
was a marked change from the that 
siren calls for peace the radio 
has been sounding of late. 

The broadcast, directed for 
home consumption, said Ameri- 
can "monopolist* gain fabulous 
profit* by explot ing women who 
work cheaper than men," 


report ed it 
m possible "in the knowl- 
f Mr. Rawluk'x unreliable * n L' 


Allied Sabre Jets 
Bag Six Red MiGs 


— Slr'k- 
Saturday 

character and «mid«t tin- wHicr voted to reject a proposal for 
ony to find *rbltr.iii..n of fholr 56 day 
are sub- 

lightest Rejection came after a meet- 
ing of the 250 member* of tho 
A draft report wav considered Grain Handler*’ Union tCI<»> # 
In camera for II hour* before striking against five grain e|r- 
the committee presented its vators In New Westminster 
final report to the legislature, and Vancouver. 

It is understood Ihe committee The union I* demanding a 


REGINA iCPi-Two "quite 
significant" medium oil dis- 
coveries in southwest Saskat- 
chewan were announced In the 
provincial legislature Saturday 
by Mineral Resources Minister 
J. H. Brockrlbnnk. 


SEOUL tAPi — Allied Sabre 
jet* shot down *ix Red Mig jet 
fighters for a two-day scon* of 
nine, and South Korean Infan- 
trymen again knocked Chinese 
Reds off hotly-disputed Outpost 
Texas In savage fighting. 

The Fifth Air Force said the 
Sabre* al 


attack between midnight and 
dawn. 

It was the 12th time the 
Korran central front hill has 
changed hands in hloody rom- 
hat- much of It hand to hand— 
up and down the shell scarred 
slopes since the Reds first 


Firms To Study 
Atom for Powei 


>ta*i»en, In s replv dit- 
to "Dear Jo,-." v.»ul he 

v- pleased to meet with 
Mct’artJiy Monday "to 
•' we can hext work to- 
o .icompfish the desired 
further stopping of 

c materials from reach- 
Soviet hloc and Cnm- 


probably destroyed 
another Mig and damaged one 
in two thunderous battles In 
MIG Alley over northwest 
Korea Sunday. The Sabre* 
knocked down three MIG* Sat- 
urday. 

The U„S, Air Force said Sun- 
day's toll was the biggest hag 
of Red planes since March 21, 
when Sabre* shot down seven, 
prnhahly destroyed one and 
damaged six. 

Skies were clear Sunday after- 
noon and the .Sabres of the U.S. 
’hr Fourth and Mlt Fighter-Inter 
ceptor Wfhg*. w'ent north again. 

The Republic of Korea troops 
grabbed hark 3.600- foot Outpost 
Texas in a smashing rounter- 


WAS1HNCTON (API— The 
I S. Atomic Energy Commis- 
sion announced Saturday that 
two private firms will conduct 
• vear-long study to determine 
bow soon nuclear power can be 
u*ed In Industry. 

The announcement that nego- 
t rations for snrtr a survey were 
completed was a hlg step for- 
ward in the AEC.s policy of 
modifying Its 10-year monopoly 
end inviting private enterprise 
Into the atomic energy field. 

President Elsenhower, soon 
after taking office in January, 


listed praccflmr use of nuclear 
power a* a goal of his adminis- 
tration. 

The AEC said I hat, during 
1953. the Pioneer Service and 
Engineering Co. of Chicago and 
the Foster Wheeler Corporation 
of New York will conduct a 
study of ways and mean* of 
building a nuclear power 
reactor, the so-called "atomic 


Japanese 
Load Oil 


ing the 
munlst t ’hi 


of government h i 
made "further pro*: 
problem " 

Senator MrCarth 
made In a letter to 
was a pointed sec 
controversy that swelled 
the wake of the 
original announ> 
Man h 2X that the ini 


Cigarette Tars 
Used on Mice 
Start Cancers 


request 


ment oi 


Homes 


Inside Today 


brow n Ij 
cigarette 


cancers In mice, a new 
finds 

The dark »*rry stuff i 
tamed from a Cigarette mi 
machine. 

When painted three t 
week for month* upr 
shaved «k!n of mice, It pr 
•kin cancers In 40 per • 
•hem. Mire similarly | 
with other substances | 


A Padre In Nut a 

Military Activities A 

harden Note* . . . . % 

Week’s Television • |» 

Entertainment < otumn ... I • 

Bonk Page 14 

Natural History Column 2a 
R.C. Polities. 

J. K. Nesbitt « 

\ anrouver Island 
Drama Festival __ 

The Doctor's Viewpoint U 

Hollywood Column i« 

On Ihe labor Front ** 


• Alt - arc*, ihe company had no fou 
his JO- further use lor the town $20i 

1 town California and Seattle the 

rilie it h*'® 101 *** nwn w’ho engineered 
Ihe purchase for an unan- 

»l rumored. sum have dUclow * , . 

plans to refurbish It at an e*u minimum 
mated cost of *170.000 
That include* painting, inxtal- 
lation of bathroom plumbing in 
thrvhouaes that lack the rle- 
mentary modern touch and 
other fixing as needed, 
town Then, f hi<ry say, the home* 

■k*m». will he sold to persons who^»re 
itions living on pensions from |110 to. 

» .lie X250 a month. They said the 


orim homes will sell for 
low n and *20 a month and 
x roomers for LTfg) down 
id *30 a month. 

They explained that the pur 
led : pose^ of setting a *130 income 

— 1 b> Assure a stable 

economy In the town, with hasic 
support for the stores that ari^ 
planned, while the *250 ceiling 
will be imposed to restrict it 
Iq the t\pe of pensioner* who 
probably are in need of such 
a low coat housing opportunity.* 
The new owners said hey 
hope to convert the 5Aroom 
hotel into a rest home. 


«s "a pensioner's pa 
the future. 


Patterns 


Radio Programs 


promo 


s unique 
iisinnw enlrrprlwe. 

Lumber Co. an- 
of the town 
to Senior Estates 
Inc Long Bril built the 
In 1922-23 to house its wo 
When the logging oper 
were completed tecently i 


Sport 

Television 

Theatre* 


i nr tests were run because of 
report* that cigarette smoking 
IS a possible cause of the In- 
creasing amount of lung cancer 
in humans This result in mire, 
•aid three wd enlists, (• not 
direct evidence that Ihere |« an y 
reljiJon her ween imnbin* . ,.a 


Soma Sltiaarrnko will hp a rontt^tant lor beauty 
fiucvn of the B.C. FToducts Fair, May 4 to 9. Miss 
Slusarenko is employed in the motor vehlrle branch 
of The provincial Rovemment. She attended Mount 
Weu High School and in Interested in itinRinR, 
danang and drama, A native of Winnipeg, she now 
lives on Intcrurban Road. Saanich. 


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Tom Taylor's Coluran . 4 

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Vanenuver lUand New* IS 



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HEARING-AID 
OF THE WEEK 


ro\E^ 

Mil NON 


2 flatly (EnlonlBt VktorU, B.C., Sob., April 12, 1953 


Huge Area Festival 


The largest Greater Victoria entries have been received from 
Musical Festival on record will up Island centres 
open on Apnl li3 and run until A group of pianists from Port- 
May 1. land. Ore , has also registered 

Festival officials said yester as contestant? in 42 Individual 
day that more than SHX) entnes events 

were received In ail, an Increase Adjudicator* for the JeMival 
of 300 over thp first festival will be Lome Watson, Burton 
since It was reopened four years Keith. Kilmer Hubble. Mrs. Ethel 
ago Ferguson. ETCL. RST,; Walter 

Tlte syllabus covers 227 event*. C. Welke and Mr*. Pnggy Mac- 
Entrants may select an\ num- Farl.me 


Ball of $t,000 was yester* 
day for Ernest Olson. 62. after 
he was remanded until next 
Saturday on a charge of 
wounding. 

Olson, who live* near Son 
ghees Indian Reserve, appeared 
in police court at Co I wood yes- 
terday after being arrested and 
charged with the shooting of 
Willard Sawyer. 21-.vearold real 


With G. E. Mortimore 


The incident occurred near 
the Songhces reserve about 3 
a m. yesterday. 

Sawyer was taken t*» - St. 
Joseph's Hospital for treatment 
of a wound caused by a .22 
calibre rifle His condition is 
reported as good. 

No plea was entered by Olson, 
who appeared before Magistrate 
A. I. Thomas at a special sitting 
of the court. 

Police have not released de- 
tails of the Incident pending 
completion of their investiga- 
tions. 


universe, at least, has escape political coercion. 
Perhaps the tyrants and the rabble-rousers have 
overlooked it. We have so far been spared the 
spectacle of Senator McCarthy screeching "Red at 
a distant star-cluster, or Malenkov ordering the 
spiral nebulae to move in accordance with Marxist 

principles. _ 

* * * 

Against eternity, the rise and fall of a human 
empire is one tick of a watch or one quiver of a 
gn.it 's wing. The suggestion that astronomers might 


syllabus and must perform the allnn can tv nhtnlned from th# 
selections required. public library. Fletcher's Music 

The festival is not restricted Storr or the Victoria Music 
to Victoria musical groups, 37 Centre 


Research 
On Cancel 
Prosresse 


Gail Leachman. 12, and her brother Gordon, 9, of 
230 Kingston Street, closely inspected bicycles and 
some parts which were auctioned at Victoria city 
police station yesterday. About 00 bicycles and tri- 
cycles, some of them held for year or longer, went 
for various prices, some over $10. More than 200 
persons jammed traffic garage. - — 


r LOOK 
AT THIS 

CUBIC FT. 

GIBSON 

REFRIGERATOR 


Pittsburgh, has made the fol- 
lowing statement: "We ore 

proud to place under the spot- 
light for the most critical ex- 
amination It can possibly be 
given, our new AllTianslstor. 
All Magnetic Radioear It has 
Hopeful progress toward some changed our concept of what a 

**>" «» *•* '*•«• IlTMUTo iLZ'X- 

ported by Dr. John R. Heller rept of the entire Hearing Aid 

Jr., director of the National— Industry •' 

Cancer Institute, though the * * 

goal possibly Is far away. It ^ reallv amazing what 

linn wonderfully c I e a T, noiseless 

More than 3.000 different .l. i„ c irumpnt 


Astronomers take long views in spaed and time. 
Through their telescopes these careful men measure 
starlight which began its journey when Nero was 
roasting Christians, or when our first hairy ancestors 
were cowering in caves. Some of the distant suns 
which astronomers observe are already dead, and 
their orphan rays flicker on through space. 

To an astronomer looking upon the limitless 
universe, the great wars which rend mankind must be 
scuffles between factions of insects for the owner- 
ship of a speck of dust. 

♦ * * 

Astronomers know that people of all nations 
are fellow-citizens of a minor planet. If more men 
were astronomers, human affairs would he seen in 
a better perspective. Perhaps the sky-watching 
scientists, whose work is thought to be so remote and 
theoretical that it demands no censorship, may yet 
save the world. 

One day the mathematicians with their calcul- 
ating-machines may chart a voyage into space, the 
greatest adventure in human history. One day the 
questing telescopes may discover another habitable 
planet, or warn of the approach of that imagined 
enemy from spare whose attack would force the 
people of the earth to mend their quarrels and stand 
together. 

And if there is a possible meeting-ground for 
science and religion, it is astronomy. Among all 
scientists, astronomers have the hope of finding 
God, when He chooses to relax His censorship. 


Ruffled Feat Errs, Too 


Fly-Away Kinglets 
JXow Wear Ringlets 


called kinglets are wearing ruf about tip* escape an 
fled feather* and a band on their lime about eight of tlv 
legs today as a result of a story were sdll missing 

in The Daily Colonist. | “Ynur story netted 

The kinglets, who were mind of my hlrfls and 
ing their own business- which wt>ren t mine." Mr. 
is catching and eating insects— 

were eaptu'wt awl banili-fi by' NKIGHB0BS ,. I1(1M 
Douglas Wood. 2449 Oregon. 

About 20 birds recently e* ^hrn the story 
caped from a big aviary in Mr neighbors phoned I he 
Wood's bark yard after some t0 ,,1ar ,h<1 ' 

one smashed an aviary window. on * or ,wo ot his mis 


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SILVER-PLATED 
HOLLOW WARE 


So .say* Dr C». M. Decor c<*ni'trafi 

mellle. a i- Tench .specialist who 
ha* Just published his finds In ^ 

Worry ' Out of the 100 patients 

rre.ited for varying degrees of -^r. P* 

1 ' 

because of some form of 

anxiety or other emotional AfUr 

disturbance reacting- on the cabMtrran 
glands. - ‘ 

‘That spreading waistline OV'ER ORIGIN AL LASTS 

isn’t fat — its rage. fear, con 
science or general flutters.” 

says the doctor. This theory is 
going to be a wonderful help 
in the home. And think what 
you can do with ynur mother- 
inlaw. 


DUhri 


Chnnse from our gleaming 
array of gift Item* which 
are sure to delight the 
spring bride or anyone who 
treasures lovely things. 


Rt V THK METER PLAN W AV 

NO MONEY DOWN! NO MONTHLY 

PAYMENT! JIST PAY 

BOr A DAY! * 


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speed control for complete flexibility and It's engineered for 
lohnson's new Ship-Master remote controls that let you take 
command up forward. 

See the Sea Horae 10 today. One of 4 great 
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erg, gunny periods 
cooler 

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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1953 


NO. 102 — NINETY-FIFTH YEAR 


Crown Prince 


Canada Welcomes Japan 


Tournament 
Opens Monday 

One of the major golfing 
event* of the year In the 
Pacific North we* l — the Em- 
press lloiel Goir Tournament 
often* here Monday at (Jolwood 
and Victoria Golf Clubs. 

There are nearly 291 en- 
trant* In the women'* and 
men'* event*. 

The complete draw can be 
found on Page 10. 


pondence both in and out of Russia. It is the latest move 
in the Russian “peace offensive.’* Now anyone in the 
West can write to relatives and friends both inside the 
Soviet Union and in Russian-c ontro lled territo ry. Lett er* 

from Russia are arriving, ^ . 

hero in a steady flow meant that letter* and trie- 

here in a steaay no* gram* between Bfttaln and Her- 

Malenkov has called off the » n hgd beep mo#l erra Uc an d 
post office censor*. Already peo- cul canceled and 

pie In the West and &at ■" censored as they thought fit. 
ZSSfZSSXr* P -Our IMU-r. flown Inf. Berlin 

But Malenkov h« nol an- we.-e held up by thla There waa 

ZTwf lie' h^'nV’iven'm^ Ruil- They are now comini 

" ' Pr0P *' ' h Thf n^l“«^l^^<!^c. 
I The first new* of it came route to Russia Is Ostend-Berlin- 
from Violetta Elvin. ballerina of Moscow .. ** 

the Covent Garden Opera. Be HOPE FOR BRIDES 
Tore her marriage to a British Meanwhile, the question of 
; embassy official tn Moscow dur- Russian brides being released t* 
I ing the Second World War. ahe aRa j n a topic of conversation 
was Violetta Prokharva. here. 

ALWAYS DIFFICULT A foreign office official said: 

She said: “I am of both "We shall not put any plan* 
worlds. There was always the Into force Immediately. If th* 
most tremendous difficulty In Russians are prepared to t* 
{ getting any word through to my more accomrnodat ing. we don't 
relatives and fri e nd s In Russia. want to rush IL We shall let it 
"Recently there has been an ride for s time, but it Is on fhfl 
extraordinary change My let* cards thst release will come, 
ters go through at once. They The British husbands con 
are answered promptly. There cerned will be encouraged tc 
is almost no delay.” make their own representation! 

An official of the post offflce|to the Russian embassy In Lon 
headquarters In London said: don. There were lf» of the.M 

‘The great holdup at the Rus marriages In Moscow, and then 
sian censorship centre in Berlin have been divorces In five ol 
has ended. Up to now It has them. 


Argentine 
Labor 
To Strike 


of state, and followed by Japane.se 
officials. The Prince reviewed an honor 
guard of RCN personnel at the airport. 
— (Colonist photos by Bud Kinsman.) 


His Imperial Highness Prince Akihito 
of Japan steps from the RCAF plane 
that brought him to Victoria last night, 
preceded by Howard Measures of the 
department of the Canadian secretary 


Accompanied by His Excellency, Lieutenant - 
Governor Clarence Wallace, Prince Akihito sets out 
tQ, inspect the RCN contingent. In background is 
Rear Admiral James Hibbard. 


Prison Rioters 
Hoarse, Hungry 


Ship, Aircraft 
Help Victim 


Prisoner Trade 
Starts April 20 


VANCOUVER (CP) — A 
(M-*pl*n«*. • steamship and 
an ambulance were all 
used Saturday In obtaining 
hoapltal treatment here for 
n't year -old trank Moule, 
atrlcken only 30 mllea 
away at Squamlah. 

The RCAF waa asked to 
fly the man to Vancouver 
after he became aerlously 
IIL A Cnnao from Patricia 
Bay made a readaavoua at 
Britannia Beach w1th_ the 
Union Steamship Lady 
Cynthia, which had taken 
Mnule the first 10 miles. 

From International Air- 
port here, he waa taken to 
hospital in an RCAF am- 
bulance. 


cuss changes in prison routine 
was canceled. 

Protesting Inmates In two of 
four cell blocks began yelling, 
lighting small paper and rag 
fires and throwing objects 
through windows. More than 
12 hours later, at 10 p.m., the 


STILLWATER, Minn. (API — ■ 
, Hoarse and hungry, ringleaders 
I of a riot at Stillwater State' 
Prison Saturday night kept 
shouting and throwing things, 
but at a slackening pace. 

Prison authorities, who have 
withheld food from the rioters 
Since breakfast, tightened 
security measures and waited 
for calm before making another 
move. 

In a surprise step Saturdsy 
morning’ guards locked the 
1,006 Inmates In their cells, then 
distributed a letter telling them 
they could not dictate the terms 
of their imprisonment A 
’scheduled Sunday session to dis- 


The Red staff officers said 
their first PW convoy of 23 
vehicles would arrive April 16 
in Kaesong, six miles north 
west of Panmunjom. where the 
exchange will take place. 

They said It would take them 
* “led PWs 
collection 


MUNSAN (API — The UN 
and the Communists Sunday 
settled on April 20 as the start 
Ing date for an exchange of 
aick ami wounded prisoners of 
war after the Reda emphati- 
cally turned down an allied 
proposal to begin earlier. 

The date waa fixed at a meet- 
ing of allied and Communist 
ataff officers at Panmunjom j 

Col WlUlard B. Carlock. se- 
nior UN staff officer, said he 
told the Reds the UN was pre 
pared to start handing over it* 
disabled PWs by Wednesday 
IX the Reds were willing to 
receive them. 

But. he added, the Reds were 
•‘emphatic" about starting the 
exchange April 20. 

The agreement lo exchange 
the sick and wounded prisoners, 
signed at Panmunjom Saturday 
by liaison officers of both side*, 
aays the start of the exchange 
shall be "not later than 10 
days after the signing of this 
agreement." 


labor. Peron's chief source Of 
political power, has often In the 
past called 


24 • hour general 
strikes to show Its power In 
support of the president. 

These demon* trad cm* are 
usually called at a time of crisis 
to Impress the country with the 
union’s ability to rally the 
masses. 

The organization told Peron 
I he workers were growing rest- 
less over the mounting inflation- 
ary spiral and the beef short- M. F 
age In Buenos Aires. He backs' 


from w , . 

point In North Korea to Kae- 
song. 

The staff officers. Carlock | 
said, reached agreement on ad- 
minlstrftive details of the ex- 
change and turned their docu- 
ment over to translators to pre- 
pare It for signing Monday, i 
| The staff groups will meet 1 
Monday at 11 a.m. (6 p.m. Sun | 
day PSTL 

The Reds reserved the right 
i to make revisions before they; 
sign the UN drafted admin 
Istratlve document. 

Carlock said the Reds did not 
| give the nationality of the first 
1 Allied PWs they will return. 

The A Hies plan to hand over 
5,800 sick and wounded North 
Korean and Chinese prisoners 
for 600 Allies, Including 120 
Americans. 

Canadian — Gnr. 


A smoke haze hung over the 
cell blocks. 

IXiCKED IN CELLS 

cells, the 


adopted the report In a vote that 
went along party lines, with the 
opposition mcmbtri against 
accepting the report. 

I The committee also suggested 
I In Its final report that all ex- 
hibits and transcripts of evi- 
dence used during the investiga- 
tion be turned over to the attor- 

appro- 


REGINA (CP*— The Sas- 
katchewan legislature's Crown 
corporations committee said Sat- 
urday that charges that Provin- 
cial Treasurer C. M. Fines apd 
Allorr received 'Tflck- 
on commissions were 
(cramped on government price j “wholly unwarranted and un- 
ceUings covering almost all es- 1 founded.” 

sentlal good* and announced The legislature will debate 

that violators would face stiff, Monday the committee’s report, 
penalties. ! which said the allegations con- 

‘ _ tained In J. O. Rawluk’s affl 

mi • rrt I davit were false. 

Ill nor W I nil O' I) The committee investigated 

1 lllllty? AUU^II charges by Rawluk. former 
. , , ri manager of Financial Agencies 

: All fll.fAt* I X Lid., In which Rawluk alleged 

i\ll UVCl that hia company paid “kick- 

hacks" on business directed 
¥> * T^l 1 Through It by Mr. Allore. gen- 

Russians I old »™i ■ «««« • ot t f» 3 ^ tc ^ 

I wan government Insurance 
LONDON (API— The Moscow office. 

I radio told the Russian people The committee reported It 
| Saturday night economic con- was Impossible “In the knowl- 
dit ions are bad In the United edge of Mr. Rawluk'* unreliable 
I States with 13.000.000 persons character and amidst the welter 
i jobless or on part time. This of conflicting testimony to find 
was a marked change from the that these charges are sub- 
•Iren calls for peace the radio stantlated In the slightest 
I has been sounding of late. degree " 

The broadcast, directed for A draft report was considered 
home consumption, ‘said Ameri- In camera for 11 hour* before 
can "monopolists gain fabulous the committee presented Its 
profits by exploiting women who final report to the legislature. 

r . . . ,t t. 1- . — lha mnimutcc 


Locked 

prisoners were unable to dam- 
age mi#rh expensive equipment 
In prison farm machinery, twine 
factories and other shops. 

Warden Edwin T. Swenson, 
who took the post Saturday, 
sa|d the disturbance was being 
kept alive by about 100 “anti- 
social Inmates, mostly psycho- 
pathic rases and sexual devi- 
ates.” The leaders apparently 
received little support from the 
majority of Inmates. 

Unrest began within the grey 
stone wall* of the big prison on 
Tuesday, when the Inmates re- 
fused to eat liver patties served 
at their noon meal. The men 
claimed the meat was “green 
and rotten,” although the prison 
chef. Louis GUles. said the meat 
delicious 


ney-general “for such 
prlate action a* may be recom- 
mended.” 


Union 

Rejects 

Proposal 


sub-committee he heads had 
"i.egotlated” an agreement with 
Greek owners of 242 ships to 
refrain from all trade with Red 
China and North Korea. 


WASHINGTON (API. — Sen. 

! Joseph McCarthy (R, Wls.) 
called on mutual security dlrec 
I tor Harold E. Stassen Saturday 
to ask Greek ship-owners In 
London to break off all trade 
with Red China and between 
other Communist ports. 

In effect. Senator McCarthy 
blamed statements by Mr. Stas- 
sen for the failure of the Lon- 
don group to make such an 
agreement and asked him to 
i state that It would have his 
whole- hearted 


Only one 
John Orvan Jenkins of Ham- 
ilton, Ont., Is in the list of sick 
and wounded handed over by 
the Reds. 

Meanwhile Communist pro- 
posals for resumption of full- 
scale truce talk* are still 
under study In Tokyo by the 
UN Far East commander, Gen. 
Mark Clark, and Lieut. -Gen. 
William K. Harrison, senior 
armistice delegate. 


mixture was 


VANCOUVER <CP> — Strik- 
ing grain handlers Saturday 
voted to reject s proposal for 
arbitration of their 56-day 
strike. 

Rejection came after a meet- 
ing of the 250 member* of tha 
Grain Handlers’ Union (CIO), 
striking against five grain ele- 
vators In New Westminster 


REGINA (CPI— Two "quite 
significant” medium oil dis- 
coveries in southwest Saskat- 
chewan were announced In the 
provincial legislature Saturday 
by Mineral Resources Minister 


Sabre attack between midnight and 


j’ H. Brockelbank. 


The union Is demanding a 
12*4 -cent • an • hour wage in- 
crease. The companies are 
holding out for last year's 4150 
an hqpr. 

The operators earlier thta 
w«*ck announced they were pre- 
pared to accept a federal pro- 
posal for binding arbitration 
on wages. The arbitration 
would not cover fringe bene- 
fits demanded, such as two 
statutory holidays. Job rotation, 
dust premium and double time 
for Sunday work. 


governments 
approval. 

Mr. Stasaen, 
dressed to “D« 
would be pleased to meet with 
Senator McCarthy Monday “to 
see how we can best work to- 
gether to accomplish the desired 
result — further stopping of 
| strategic materials from reach- 
' Ing the Soviet bloc and Com- 
munist China.” 

He said the executive hranch 
of government has recently 
made “further progress in this 


Firms To Study 
Atom for Power 


Japanese 
Load Oil 


The i listed peacetime use of nuclear 


WASHINGTON (API 
US. Atomic Energy Commls- 1 P™*i- aa a goal of hi* adnslnl* 

•ion announced Saturday that AEC Hj(j ihj|| during 

two private firms will conduct i ^9^3 t j,e Pioneer Service and 
a yearlong study to determine Engineering Co. of Chicago and 
how soon nuclear power can be the Foster Wheeler Corporation 
used In Industry. of New York will ronduct a 

The announcement that nego- study of ways and means of 
tiatlons for such a survey were building a nuclear power 
completed was a big step for reactor, the so-called "atomic 
ward In the A EC* policy or furnace ” 

mortifying Us 10-year monopoly All cost*, the AEC said, will 
and inviting private enterprise be borne by the two companies. 
Into the atomic energy field. which will he given limited 
President Elsenhower, soon access to secret files after “the 


TEHRAN (BUP) — The Iran- 
Ian government said Sat unlay 
that several Japanese tankers 
will load Iranian oil at the big 
Abadan refinery under a con- 
tract signed by the two coun- 
tries. 

The announcement added that 
four tankers flying flags of 
other nations are also on the 
Way to Ahadan to buy oil. 


Cigarette Tars 
Used on Mice 
Start Cancers 

CHICAGO • AP» 


The sticky 
brown tar* concentrated from 
cigarette smoke can cause a 
susplrtnu* number of skin 
cancer* In mice, a new study 
finds 

The dark, tarry atuff was ob- 
tained from a clgarette-amoking 
machine 

When painted three times a 
week for month* upon the 
shaved skin of mice. It produced 
akin cancers In 40 prr cent of 
them. Mica similarly painted 
with other substance* had no 
cancer*. 

The test* were run because of 
reports that cigarette smoking 
Is a possible cause of the In- 
creasing amount of lung carver 
in humans. This result In mice, 
•aid three scientists. |a not 
direct evidence that there la any 
relation between smoking and 
lung cancer. 


Homes To Be Sold Cheaply 

Town Bought lor Pensioners 


Inside Today 


Page 

Bobby Sox Si 

Book Page 14 

Classified 29 

< omira . ...... 13 

Crossword 7 

Contract Bridge 27 

Editorials 4 

Financial New* 7 

G. E. Mortlmore a Column 2 

Life’* like That 29 

Pattern* 14 

Radio Program* M 

Aoci* M, II, 22, 21 

Rpnrt 7, A f, 19. 1 1 


A Padre in Print.. 
Military Activities 

Garden Notea 

Week's Television . 
Entertainment Ook 

Book rage 

Natural History G 
B.C. PotHlea. 

J. K. Nesbitt 


four-room homes will sell for 
$200 down and $20 a month and 
the alx roomers for $300 down 
and $30 a month. 

They explained that lha pur- 
pose of setting a $130 Income 
minimum was to assure a stable 
economy In the town, with basic 
support for the atores that are 
planned, while the $250 ceiling 
will be Imposed to restrict H 
to the type of pensioner* who 
probably are In need of such 
a low coat bousing opportunity. 

The new owners said ‘hey 
hope to convert the 58-room 
hotel Into a rent home. 


Sonia Shtsarenko will bp ■ contestant for beauty 
queen of the B.C. Products Fair, May 4 to 9. ML** 
Slufutrenko li employed in (he motor vehicle branch 
of the provincial government .She attended Mount 
View High School and is Interested in tinging, 
dancing and drama A native of Winnipeg, ahe now 
Uvea on Interurban Rood, Saanich. 


The Doctor' ■ Viewpoint S3 
Hollywood ( olanM . — M 

On Labor Front aa Tkmtm 

♦ * a Tan* Taylor’s 

Astrology 1* Uncle Wlggily 


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HEARING-AID 
OF THE WEEK 


llatlu (Tuluntjf Vielork, I.C., S«a., April 12, 1D5J 


Auction Draws Crowd 


Huge Area Festival 
To Open April 23 


The largest Greater Victoria entries have 1>ct*n revived from 
Musical Festival on record will up Island centres, 
open on April 23 and run until A group of pianists from Port- 
Way A- land. Ore., has also registered 

Festival officials said yeater- as contestants in 42 individual 
day that more than 900 entries events. 

were received in all. an Increase Adjudicators for the festival 
of 300 over the first festival will be Lome Watson. Burton 
since it was reopened four years Keith. Kilmer Huhble. Mr*. Ethel 
AR« Ferguson. FTCL. RST : Walter 

The syllabus covers 227 events. C Weike and Mrs Peggy Mao- 


With G. £ Mortimore 


Ball of f 1.000 waa set yeater 
day for Ernest Olson. 62. after 
he was remanded until next 
Saturday on a charge of 
wounding. 

Olson, who lives near Son- 
ghees Indian Reserve, appeared 
in police court at Co l wood yes- 
terday after being arrested and 
charged with the shooting of 
Willard Sawyer. 21 -year-old resi- 


ASTRONOMERS are among the last few groups 
of men in the world who can exchange informa- 
tion across all frontiers. Dr. R, M. Petrie, director 
of the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, said 
recently. Russian and western astronomers still 
write to one another. 


uer oi me lunea even is in TTie Tickets and program inform 
syilatuis and must perform the atlon can be obtained from tha 
selections required. public library. Fletcher’s Music 

The festival is not restricted Store or the Victoria Music 


I he Incident occurred near 
the Songhees reserve about 3 
am. yesterday. „ 

Sawyer was taken to St 
Joseph’s Hospital for treatment 
of a wound caused by a 22 
calibre rifle. His condition is 
reported as good. 

No plea was entered by Olson, 
who appeared before Magistrate 
A. I. Thomas at a special sitting 
of the court. 

Police have not released de 
taila of the Incident pending 
completion of their investiga- 
tions. 


Perhaps the tyrants and the rabble-rousers have 
overlooked it. We have so far been spared the 
spectacle of Senator McCarthy screeching "Red" at 
a distant star-cluster, or Malenkov ordering the 
spiral nebulae to move in accordance with Marxist 
principles. 


Against eternity, the rise and fall of a human 
empire is one tick of a watch or one quiver of a 
gnat's wing. The suggestion that astronomers might 
be muffled In the Interests of national security is 
therefore somewhat absurd. Military secrets are 
small stuff compared with the secrets which astron- 
omers are trying to solve. 

Man has made fair progress toward controlling 
his environment, but one glance at the sky, where 
billions of suns whirl on their mathematical paths 
beyond reach or understanding, shows the triviality 
of human achievement. 


. Research 
On Cancer 
Progresses 




Gail l^achman, 12, and her brother Gordon, 9, of 
230 Kingston Street, closely inspected bicycles and 
some parts which were auctioned at Victoria city 
police station, yesterday. About 60 bicycles and tri- 
cycles, some of them hold for year or longer, went 
for various prices, some over $10. More than 200 
persons jammed traffic garage. 


W LOOK 
AT THIS 

CUBIC FT. 

GIBSON 

REFRIGERATOR 


Astronomers take long views in space and time. 
Through their telescopes these careful men measure 
starlight which began its Journey when Nero was 
roasting Christians, or when our first hairy ancestors 
were cowering in caves. Some of the distant suns 
which astronomers observe are already dead, and 
their orp'han rays flicker on through space. 

To an astronomer looking upon the limitless 
universe, the great wars which rend mankind must be 
scuffles between factions of insects for the owner- 
ship of a speck of dusL 

* * ★ 

Astronomers know that people of all nations 
are fellow-citizens of a minor planet. If more men 
were astronomers, human affairs would be seen in 
a better perspective Perhaps the sky-watching 
scientists, w hose work is thought to be so remote and 
theoretical that it demands no censorship, may yet 
save the world. 

One day the mathematicians with their calcul- 
ating-machines may chart a voyage into space, the 
greatest adventure in human history. One day the 
questing telescopes may discover another habitable 
planet, or warn of the approach of that imagined 
enemy from space whose attack would force the 
people of the earth to mend their quarrels and stand 
together. 

And if there Is a possible meeting-ground for 
science and religion, it is astronomy. Among all 
scientists, astronomers have the hope of finding 
Go d, wh en He choose s to rela x His censorship. 


WASHTNrTTiN ifjiNA, Riven, our new jui - i ran ii. nor, 
WASHINGTON (NANA) - All Magnetic Radloear II has 

Hopeful progress toward aome changed our concept of what a 
sort of anti-cancer drug is re- faring aid can do. We believe 
. K rw T K * ,, it is destined to change the con- 
ported by Dr. John R. Heller cept D f the entire Hearing Aid 

Jr., director of the National Industry!” 

Cancer Institute, though the • • • 

goal poMlbly ia far away. It u really amaz i n g whal 

More than 3,000 different wonderfully clear, noiseless 
chemicals have been tested at 

the institute, he reported, und wMch c’.^ TO wKjt 

approximately 500 have been u p tp 2.000 hours on the average 
found to ameliorate certain case. 

types of cancer. Of these 37 You are Invited to test it 
were effective in mice after a without obligation at 326 Yar 
single injection of a dose which row Building (formerly known 
itself Just fell short of killing as Pemberton Bldg.). 625 Fort 
the animal Street. Victoria. B.C. If vou 

are unable to call at the office, 
This is just the beginning Mr. Tve will be pleased to call 
or the chemotherapy program, on vou bv appointment 
Dr. Heller says. | ^ 


Ruffled Feathers, Too 


Fly-Away Kinglets 
Alow Wear Ringlets 


A Couple of W'rid little birds 
called kinglets are wearing ruf- 
fled feathers and a band on their 
legs today as a result of a story 
In The Daily Colonist. 

The kinglets, who were mind 
Ing their own business— which 
is catching and eating Insects— 
were captured and handed by 
Douglas Wood. 2449 Oregon. 

About 20 birds recently es- 
caped from a big aviary in Mr. 
Wood ’a back yard after some 


The Colonial printed a atory 
about the escape and at that 
[time about eight of the escapees 
were still missing 

I "Your story netted me four 
of my birds ami two that 
weren't mine," Mr. Wood re- 
ported. * 

NEIGHBORS PHONE 
When the story appeared, 
neighbors phoned the bird-raiser 
to tell him that they believed 
one or two of hla musing brood 
could be found in their back 
yard9. 

Among the birds making their 
escape were canaries, finches. 
California quail, chickadees and 
song sparrows. Ail but three 
canaries are now accounted for. 

One of the kinglets netted in 
Mr. Wood's drive to recapture 
his birds, waa giving a neghbor's 
veranda a check-over for insects 
and the other kinglet was busy- 
in a greenhouse. 

They were released after be 
ing banded. 

Perspiring businessmen who Mr. Wood, who keepg more 
curse after missing the 8.15 to than 70 birds, haa licences to 
town or get worked up by the net birds. 

woman's hat in front at the 1 

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PARIS — (NANA Kemnews) 
— Every time you lose your 
temper you are putting on 
weight Typists who lose their 
nymphlike figure can put It 
down to exasperation caused by 
the boss. 


At least one constable of the Following his canter this 
Royal Canadian Mounted Po morning, the Prince will return 
lice will resume a traditional : to Government House, where he 
role for an hour or two during is staying during his brief visit 
the visit of Prince Akihito to- to Victoria, and this afternoon 
d " y - will review cadets at the United 

An RCMP constable, with College, Royal Roads, 

•carlet coat and all the trim- 1 s P* ci4j police attention will 
mlngs, will ride beside the ** * fr °rded the Prince's every 
Prince through a Victoria bridle mov,! durln 8 his stay here, 
trail this morning. H,a P ,ane waa met by RCMP 

_ . . , , officers, and motorcycle police 

Their route is a closely escorted the royal entourage 
guarded secret. into the clly Jrom p atr | cja Bf|y 

Also riding with the Crown airport 
Prince of Japan, who arrivad Crossroad guards were sta- 
by air last night, will be Lieu- tloned by Saanich police at 
tenant Governor Clarence Wal- points where the Prince s car 
lace, and Don Carley, of the was driven through that mu- 
Victoria Riding and Hunt Club, nlripality. 


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Worry." Out of the 100 patients 
treated for varying degrees of 
overweight. Dr. DecormellJe 
says that 83 had put on weight 
because of some form of 
anxiety or other emotional 
disturbance reacting on the 
glands. 

"That spreading waistline 
isn’t fat— Its rage, fear, con 
science or general flutters." 
says the doctor. This theory is 
going to be a wonderful help 
In the home. And think what 
you can do with your mother- 
inlaw. 


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Notice 

JUST ARRIVED : 

' THE ALL- 
TRANSISTOR 

HEARING AID 


CLEVELAND <AI»i_A Bell 
Telephone Scientist «ays there 
are plan* lor a machine which 
could reproduce itself. 

C- L. Shannon of the Bell 
laboratories, discussing com- 
puters at Case Institute of 
Technology’!! 75th anniver- 
sary celebrations, hastened to 
add that “this fascinating but 
somewhat sinister type of 
machine is not yet in produc- 


chine of the same type, which 
then starts collecting parts to 
mnsi ruct a third machine and 
so ad infinitum." 

Computer*, he said, differ 
from adding machines in that 
they are faster, have large 
•'internal memories" and can 
lie programed— thev can be 
instructed so that they can 
make a choice or decision 
among various Tines of be- 


At present production Is lower 
than last year. 

It will be a budget, if the re 
ports are confirmed, designed to 
encourage incentive and savings, 
both vital to higher production. 

Britain ended the last finan- 
cial year on March 31 with a 
deficit of 1 136.000,(100. 1/rUesa 


LONDON INANAKKM 
NEWS) — Sixpence off the in- 
come tax. lower gasoline taxes 
and taxes on profits not distri- 
buted by companies to share 
holders. 

These are the budget changes 
politicians and economists close 


With These Amazing 
Features: 


nputers of this kyr 


month. 

• All-transistor— no 
vacuum tubes. 

• Only one battery. 

• Small — easy to wear. 

• More powerful than ever 
before 

• Clear, more natural 
hearing. 


Jl. A. flutter expect to see on 
Tuesday. 

The^tax reductions would be 
paid for partly by abolishing 
food subsidies and gambling 
that production will increase In 
the next 12 months by 3 per cent. 


spending by this amount, he 
must budget for an extra 1400,- 
000,000 revenue. 

Otherwise he will have to go 
on borrowing to finance his de- 
ficit or face loss of world con- 
fidence in the pound sterling. 


has set up an abstract mathe- 
matical model for machines 
which will "collect part* from 
it* environment and assemble 
them to produce a second ma- 


be "set up' to plav various 
games with a certain amount 
of skill, games of the com- 
plexity of bridge or chess." 

But "it will certainly he cen- 
turies rather than decades be- 
fore machines are writing 
Shakespearean <onnei.s or' 
Beethoven symphonies." 


B. C. Dam 
Extension 
Announced 


Intensive Search 
Due for Missing 


MICROTONE 

HEARING AIDS 


France; Klement Gottwald. late prem- 
ier of Czechoslovakia who died soon 
Molfov, K. K. Voroshilov. Premier 
G. M. Malenkov, N. S. Khurschen. 
I.. P. Beria. M. Z. Saburov, all of 
Russia, and Chou-Kn-!ai‘, China. The 
occasion of the gathering in Moscow 
was the funeral of Stalin. — <Central 
Press Canadian.) 


Communist leaders from Russia and 
her satellite nations are seen here in 
the first picture available to Western 
world since Georgi Malenkov was 
named premier of Soviet Russia, to 
succeed the late Josef Stalin. From 
left are Otto Grotewohl. Fast Ger- 
many; Vylko C’hervenkov, Mathias 
Rakosi, Hungary; Pietro Nenni, Pal- 
miro Togliatti, Italy; Jacques Duclos, 


NECCHI 


VANCOUVER tCP* The 
British Columbia Electric Co. 
Ltd. announced Friday ll will 
spend $8,000,000 on the Lajoie 
Dam at Bridge River jn ihe 
southern part of the province., 
making it one the biggest dams 
in Canada. 

Tom Ingledow. BCE vice- 
president, <a*d a contract to 
double thp bulk and triple the 
length of the dam has been let 
to Northern Construction Com-, 
pany and .1. W. Stewart Ltd. 

Several hundred men will he 
employed over a 30-month i 
period with construction sched- 
uled to begin this month. 

Bridge River power reaches 
Vancouver via a 130-mlle trans- 
mission line and Is received and 
distributed throughout the met- 
ropolitan area and the Fraser 
Valley. 

The new development will 
raise Ihe dam another 57 feet to 
28? feet and stretch It* length 
from 1.100 feet to 3.390 feet to 
allow it to impound enough 
water to turn five turbines de- 
veloping 310.000 horsepower. 

The dam at present Impounds 
water to turn three 62,000-horse 
power turbines. 


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operation whenever a person is 
reported missing. 

One of the alx bodies found 
in a house on Rillington Place, 1 
Not ting Hill, was that of 2 \-\ 
year-old Rita Nelson, victim of 
a vicious killer, who had been 
reporied missing in January. |L 
Her description was entered In R 
the missing persons register 
and since there was no sugge*- a* 
tlon of foul play or that she ^ 
was involved in anything crlmi 
nnl, she became one of 7,000 
reported missing every year. 

Because the police have 
neither the time nor the organiz- 
ation to Investigate every case 
fully, little was done about her. 
NO LETUP 

Now a plan is being prepared 
which will insure that police 
forces all over Britain treat as 
they would a major 
case of a missing person. They 
will never let up until they 
have got their man— or woman. 

A high official at Scotland 
Yard said: “Of the 7.000 people 
reported missing each year. 
6800. on the average, turn up. 
But 200 are lost without trace. 
That Isn’t good enough. Rila 
Nelson ia not the first missing 
girl found dead. With the pres- 


LONDON (NANA-Kemnews) 
• Recent events have convinced 
the home office and Scotland 
Yard that the missing person* 
•‘machinery" 1* out of date and 
full of dangerous loopholes. 
There ha* been no revision for 
50 years of the sy*lem put Into 


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BY JOHN GREEN 
(From AP. HUP, CP, Reuters) 

Problems of the Far East and Europe are so Interwoven 
fhai one set cannot be resolved without the other. West Ger- 
man Chancellor Conrad Adenauer said in San Franck. eo Satur- 
day. He also promised that Germany would never give up her 
place In European defence, even If the Russians offered free 
elections In a united Germany. 


WASHINGTON lAP'- Presi- 
dent F.lsenhower Saturday sum- 
moned the 48 governors to an 
extraordinary briefing session 
ai the While House, in a bid 
for national unity a* the cold 
'h war enters a new phase. 

He said the meeting, to be 
held May 4 and 5. will give the 
chief executives of the states a 
confidential, first-hand picture 
"of the present stale of the 
world and the role of the United 
States In It." 

Up for discussion will he "cur- 
rent development^ In the field of 
international relations, the 
defense effort, the 


BERLIN (AP'- Britain, the 
United Stales and France are 
giving "serious consideration” to 
a Russian plan for ending cold 
war plane Incident* by estab- 
lishing one big -air corridor to 
Berlin. Allied ^icials said Sat 
urday. M 

A Soviet ^proposal 1* being 
studied hy 4?overnment experts 
In Washington. London and 
IMD' 

The West’s answer may l*e 
ready next week. 

The Soviet plan Includes these 
point*: 

One big corridor, 56 miles 
wide at Its narrowest point, 
would run between Hannove“ 
and Berlin, replacing three cor- 
ridors. each 20 miles wide. 


A spiring snowstorm has hit the t».S. Rocky Mountain re- 
gion, covering some rent res to a depth of several Inches, it was 
reported Saturday. In southern Alberta. Calgary and Lethbridge 
reported record cold weather, with the high In Calgary 21 de- 
grees 


The fifth U.S. atomic blast of the year, evidently a small 
was seen before dawn Saturday from Las Vegaa. 


On. James Van Fleet, retired commander of UN forces 
in Korea, said in Chicago Friday that only "a smashing military 
victory" can bring permanent peace In Korea. He said current 
Red peace moves hold no hope for permanent peace or unifica- 
tion of the country. 


A met i> 

ent arrangement*, she will not problems of national security, 
be the last." and an analysis of our fiscal 

Most missing persons are In problems as related therein." 

believed to be 


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The N\ga Khan has announced in Nine. France, that he Is 
not able to attend the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth, because 
of his health. 


The meeting, 
the first of its kind, come* at a 
moment in history when Russia 
is making conciliatory gestures. 


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Allied military aircraft of any 
type would be permitted to fly 
In the big corridor only if they 
are unarmed. 


woman, have committed a crimi- 
nal offense, are children off on 
an escapade or teenage girls 
In search of adventure. 


If comes also at a tlmp when 
the new U.S. administration is 
struggling with the task of re- 
solving conflicting pressures 
generated hy the free world’s 
defense needs, and Die attempts 
to halance the American budget. 

While administration plans 
have not Jelled with finality, 
there are indications that a 
limited slowdown In Western 
defense preparations may be in 
the making. 

High officials may have de 
dried the Western world should 
build Its defenses for the long 
pull— say 20 or 30 vears — 
instead of to meet a crisis in 
ihe next thtee or four year*. 

The governors’ aid in explain- 
ing and supporting such altera- 
tion* of policy could stand the 
administration in good stead. 


when you 

LAY IT YOURSELF! 
Choose These qualify 
Mat trials at our new 


Controversy over administration of Canada’s $2,000,000,000 
defense program will be revived In Ottawa 1 his w-eek when esil 
males for ihe department come up for discussion. 


BONN. Germany (API. — An 
alleged key member of the big 
Soviet -opera ted spy ring Just 
uncovered in West Germany has 
committed suicide, 


Governor Walter Kohler in Madison, WIs.. has urged that 
the proposed gas pipeline from Alberta to Eastern Canada go 
through the U S., because Wisconsin cities need the gas. . 


Newsmen Return 
From Moscow Trip 


the federal 
interior ministry aald Saturday. 

Dr. Hans Hartlg. arrested 
with 37 other Germans on 
charges of spying for Russia, 
hanged himself Friday night In 
his jail cell In Essen, the min- 
istry said. 

Until iiwnily. Dr. Iiartig 
was an official of ihe West 
German Iron and Steel Associa- 
tion. 

in this capacity, he had an 
Intimate knowledge of West 
Germany’a Industrial secret*, 
the ministry said. 


Finance Minister Abbott’s Income tax changes passed 
approval by a committee of the whole in the House of Commons 
at Ottawa, Friday. They now need only third reading to become 

law. 


LINO TILE - ASPHALT TILE 
PLASTIC TILE - RUBBER TILE 


NEW YORK I AP). -Seven 
newspaper and radio executives 
returned Saturday from a 
week’s visit to Moscow and one 
said "only part of the story" 
ha* been told. 

"Our object 1* now to make, 
a complete and honest report 
to ihe American people." James 
L. Wick, with newspapers in 
Ohio, Norih Carolina and Loui- 
siana. told newsmen at Idle 
wild airport. 

"So far we have told only 
part of the story. The rest re 
main* for us to write. 

"The most important thing Is, 
nm nei'cssarily the fact that w«- 
Went there, hut we hope that 
we are the first large number 
of American journalists who 
will go to Russia and be able 
to tell their story." 

The executive* had already 
*cnt some dispatches from Mos- 
cow and way points describing 
life In the Soviet capital and 
commenting on ihe friendly 
greeting they received there. 

The dispatches had caused 
tome criticism. The New’ York 
Post referred lo the louring 
croup as the "rover boys." and 


Waiting for them here was 
a te'egram from John Chappie, 
Ashland, Wis., editor, saying 
the touring party "will he 
knnwn as ihe editorial Jack- 
asses of ihe century for falling 
for this Soviet peace trickery." 

Chappie asked why they did 
not expo*** "why Stalin died and 


Charles E. Bohlen. new U.S. ambassador to Russia, arrived 
In Moscow Satuarday night. 


Services Overhaul 
May Follow Inquiry 


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WASHINGTON IAP> — Sen Slate* until two years after the 
Harry Bvrd (D, Va.i predicted Korean war began. 

Saturday Ihe entire manage j l ’ r , M, ! mon >' ,£■* hPFn **v*n 

that during thi* two-year pc- 
ment set up in the armed serv riod# lh< . , rmy UH< . d r «. s «. r ve 

Ices will bg overhauled a* a re stock* left over from the Second 
suit of a Senate investigation of. World War and seriously de 
In Korea. P^ed these stocks in rortain 


ammunition shortage 

Senator Byrd said the ammu- 
nition inquiry ha* disclosed an 
unbelievable lack of good busi- 
ness management. 

He said he was convinced 
business men should be put in 
charge of handling military con 
tracts and deliveries of goods. 
The military would At 111 have 
the right to "say what they 
need" 

Senator Byrd’s remarks grew 
out of a Senate armed services 
sub committee inquiry which has 
shown there was no real ammu- 
nition production in the United 


because British Columbia 
lent* had wanted a share 
instead of the 


WASHINGTON t Bri'l — The u 
United States may change Ihe re 
•He of the proposed Libby Dam i of (he power 
in Montana to ensure ihat it money, 
doesn’t . affect Canada. - — 

The U.S. government is with- In Ottawa. G« 
drawing an application to the.Naughton said 
International Joint Commission the United St* 
seeking approval of the dam means that alt 
and reservoir project. be directed to o 

Officials of the government ihe very compr 
*ay the suggestion has been R' ,, ‘ on ,,1P r 

made that (he dam he moved Lnlumbta R»\et 
downstream on the Kootenai " 

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This would mean that the town 
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P )R a little while this week end the 
capital city of British Columbia has 
the pleasure of a visit from Prince Aki- 
hito. student son and heir of Emperor 
Hirohito of Japan, who is on his way to 
London to represent his father at the 
Coronation of Queen Elizabeth. It is a 
friendly gesture, and one which will assure 
for Prince Akihito a sincere welcome not 
only across Canada but also at the end 
of his long Journey at the heart of the 
Commonwealth. The Prince arrived last 
evening by air from San Francisco and is 
a guest at Government House. Arrange- 
ments for his trip across the Dominion 


have been furthered here by Hon. Sadao 
Iguchi, Japanese ambassador to Canada. 

Going to the United Kingdom at the 
same time are a party of some 20 leading 
Japanese newspapermen, who will cover 
the Coronation for their own press. They 
will be entertained while here by Mr. 
Logan Mayhew. son of Canada’s ambassa- 
dor to Japan. Hon. Robert W. Mayhew. 

While his time for visiting will he 
limited on Vancouver Island, Prince Aki- 
hito will pay a call today on the Canadian 
Services College at Royal Roads. From 
here the prince, and his entourage, will 
proceed to Vancouver en route to the East. 




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Thinking Aloud lntf, rnniional Commentary . . ■ 

. . of shoes — and ship* — And sealing _ 

‘Packages To 


Take Home’ 


Hop-Scotch to the Mainland 


W ITH so much crying to be done in 
the way of public works to develop 
this country, what is the point of pester- 
ing Ottawa to build anything so mani- 
festly impractical as a bridge over Sey- 
mour Narrows? It makes little difference 
now whether or not under the Terms of 
Union the gaps between the Mainland and 
Vancouver Island were to be bridged for 
a railway to Esquimalt. The fact is that 
the CPR was built to the coast along a 
different route from the one some of the 
pioneers wanted, and end-of-steel at Van- 
couver might as well be a thousand miles 
from Seymour Narrows for all the good a 
bridge there would be. 

But supposing, Just for Ihe springtime 
madness of it, that the federal government 
In a moment of mental aberration did 
agree to spend untold millions of dollars 
on a high-level bridge across the narrows, 
where would the eastern end of it touch 
land 7 On another island, with several 
more islands and water-jumps separating 
It from the mainland. There would have 


to be three or four more bridges, almost 
as big and costly as one over Seymour 
Narrows, to lead a railway or even a goat 
track by rugge<J stepping stones to the 
mn in land shore. And then where would 
the intrepid i-oadbuilders find themselves? 
Smack in the middle of nowhere, with 
scores of miles of mountainous terrain in- 
dented by precipitous fjords between them 
and the nearest road or railway. For all 
the practical use an inter-island chain of 
bridges would be towards linking Victoria 
by steel with the transcontinental sys- 
tem. a tunnel under the strait between 
Nanaimo and Vancouver would make 
about as much sense, and might cost a 
lot less. 

One look at the map should show how 
nonsensical the idea of bridging Seymour 
Narrows is today, however it might have 
been regarded before the turn of the cen- 
tury. The quickest way for Victoria to 
make itself the laughing stock of Canada 
would be for the city to make serious 
representations to Ottawa for anything 
so absurd. 


The Humble Sherpa 


Yjr/RinNC. of the Sherpas, Ihe Nepal,-.,, in Ihe venture was not only unique in the 
YT porters who make possible the history of Himalayan mountaineering but 
climbing attempts on Mount Everest, a a,so in it* own way symbolical of the 


porters who make possible the 
climbing attempts on Mount Everest, a 
member of the British 1922 and 1924 ex- 
peditions, Mr John Noel, had thus to say: 
"At 1H.DOO feet they could carry loads 
nf 50 to HO pounds in weight. They car- 
ried 20 to 25 pounds weight to a height 
of 25.000 feet where white men could 
hardly progress even when unburdened 
. . . There is almost no limit to the power 
of these men in weight-carrying on moun- 
tains; and should they ever become ani- 
mated by a sporting desire to reach the 
top of the mountain, they could un- 
doubtedly do it more easily than any 
white man." 

One of these Sherpa hillmen. Bhotia 
Tensing, proved the truth of this observa- 
tion last year when with a member of the 
Swiss Everest expedition, the Alpine guide 
Mr. Raymond Lambert, he made the final 
assault and reached a height of 28.210 
feet, although both men were by that time 
In a state of collapse. The Sherpa \s share 


changing mood of the times. Adorn.'; was the deity of vegetal ior 

Bhotia Tensing is no longer just a a * wcl1 “ ,hf * ,riPnd of A n hro 

native carrier of camp equipment but a <|MP ‘ and AS 1 nPod m>t ,p,, > nu 
• limber who takes a place of equalitv on ,ah,e * grow ln Kar,,f>n< - 
the wind-swept upper slopes of Everest Not * P<* rha P s . that Adonis ever fol- 
He has progressed from porter to leading lowcd ,hf> d ’ rec,,on * a seed packet 
porter, and now to guide and mountaineer cover w,,h ’ 4 lnch °f *oil" *>«* 
with his name honorably enrolled on lfie 'T K,s! *~ but he bir *h to a flower. 

Everest scroll. His role with the British n * a sad s,or >- ■* *»d thia 
expedition now nearing the mountain'- mornln *'* Hamit. 
base is a vital and a changed one the Perh *P» had Adonis tended to his 
w hitp men will follow where he will lead «« wouldn’t have happened. 

Whether or not he will be chosen to bul you Number how it wag that 
make the climactic thrust for the peak went 0,1 8 boar hunt and the boar 
as he was with the Swiss, remains to l>p la,d h ' m low And how Aphrodite, 
se'en, hut it would seem eminently fitting halted in mid-air by her sixth sense 
that this should be so. In the history of w htle on the way to Cyprus, turned 
Everest Ihe name of Tensing now ranks ,lpr » w * n <h-awn chariot hark to beat 
with that of Mallory and his like, and as ,, *‘ r bp *** 1 «»d sprinkle ne, iar on his 
Mr Noel made clear no western expedition blood 

•'an hope to reach the summit of the earth And how in an hours time a flower 
w ithout the staunch support of these in- the color of a pomegranate sprang up. 
domitable Sherpa hillmen. __ * * * 


A LL good things come to a pie. 

destined end. Were this not so 
I might coni i a ue to bask in lot Usd ike 
laziness: to }*»nnit 
•* r > my waistline to 
expand at will; to 
ki wave cheerily at 
dandelions, know- 
t ' n C •hem only as a 

once baleful mem- 
; - ;i orv 

flk Woe is me. 

T is tune once 

wm 

digging ; to sniff 
again the si leg- 
edly good earth: to wield the rake, or 
the hoe. or the spade, with mama, al 
fury. 

For. alas. I have a hoe and a spade 
and a rake -and a fork and a mower 
and all the other dreadful implements 
of ihis thing they call gardening 
They haw been friends, theae pas[ 
12 months and more, have these de- 
vil** of the devil. They have lam 
gently in a i^ertain comer, unused 
and unhonored and unsung. Each 
time I noticed them, which candidly 
was not often, I almost patted them 
in affection, so happy was I to see 
them quietly rusting. 

* * * 

But now! 

They stare at me with impish glee, 
almost as though they could speak. 
And if they could I know well what 
they'd be saying, albeit it Ls nothing 
to what I could say in rebuttal. 

Well, a man’s a man for a that, 
“aid a man who did not use a rake 
but a plough. He was rather an 
Adonis, too, which at this precise mo- 
ment is strangely pertinent, for THE 
Adonis was the deity of vegetation 
as well as the boy friend of Aphro- 
dite. and as I need not tell you vege- 
tables grow in gardens. 

Not. perhaps, that Adonis ever fob 
low'ed the directions on a seed packet 
"cover with »i inch of soil" <>e 
gods’ » — but he gave birth to a flower. 

' FI M a sad story, almost as sad as this 
morning's lament. 

Perhaps had Adonis tended to his 
vegetation it wouldn’t have happened, 
but you remember how it was that 
lie went on a boar hunt and Ihe boar 
laid him low. And how Aphrodite. 


R !• the new Russian government 

really has turned to a policy at 
peace and co-operation with the West- 
ern world, past experience prompts 
a question as to what benefits it 
expects in return. 

The first show of Stalin's policy of 
total obduracy was at the London 
conference of foreign ministers in the 
tall of 1W3, called to begin Second 
World War peacemaking. In contrast 
with meetings up to and including 
Potsdam, in which the Russians had 
been reasonably friendly, at London 
Molotov simply blocked everything. 
And the reason for this attitude, in 
the opinion or tlie then U.S. secretary 
of state. James y. Byrnes, was that 
a halt suddenly had hwn called on 
Ihe Soviet’s predatory aims. In hit 
book. "Speaking Frankly." B\ rne* 
said: 

Mr. Molotox . . . declared that our 
policy had changed since President 
Roosevelt* death. Hi* attitude was 
understandable. At the first meeting 
In Teheran his need was for a second 
front and for further lend-lease aid. 
Both these request* were agreed to 
by President Roosevelt. At Yalta the 
president had agreed to the transfer 
to Russia of the ( Polish » territory 
east of the Curzon Line, and to off- 
M ‘ f f W* had agreed that there should 
be some extension <nt German ex- 
pensei 0 r rhe western boundary of 
Poland. He had agreed to the trans- 
fer of the Kuriles and the remainder 
of Sakhalin, and to the transfer by 
t’hina of Port Arthur and of certain 
fights in Dairen. 

At Potsdam, we had agreed to 
support at the peace conference the 
claim of the Soviets for Konigfberg 
and the valuable territory of East 
Prussia. We had recognized for the 
time being their fait accompli in East 
Germany and had made a reparations 


By <1. t». I! At UKN, front M oahington 

settlement that they regarded as ac- 
ceptable. 

"Now at London, Mr Molotov saw 
no chance to take home any pack- 
age*. He could not understand why 
we would not accept his interpreta- 
tion that friendship' between our 
governments required that we let the 
Soviets establish complete suzerainty 
over the Baikuri states. 

"As far as l was concerned. Christ- 
mas was oyer it was now Jan. 1 and 
we had many bills to pay. Instead 
of issuing more lOU’s. I wanted to 
collect some we held. One of these 
1 felt was the Yalta pledge on the 
treatment of Ihe liberated states " 

Byrnes, of course, accomplished 
nothing as concerned Balkan free- 
dom. The only gain in that region 
since I9tf» w«j. (hr hreak-aw«y from 
the Soviet by Yugoslavia, wholly un- 
expected by the West, and the help 
that development gave toward rid- 
ding Greece of Communist*. Nor has 
any secretary of state since Byrnes 
marked up any dear-cut triumph 
over Russia. True. Russia in TW0 
retreated from its total land block- 
ade of Berlin, but that obviously was 
because, due to the Allied airlift, the 
blockade failed to achieve the starva- 
tion of the Berlin population which 
the Russians expected 
* h a 

All of which leads to the question: 
“Why are the Soviet* now talking 
peace?" 

The reason most often heard In 
official circles here 1* that the death 
of Stalin has raised a multitude of 
problems among the Communist rul- 
er* for the healing of which they 
need a period of international peace 
and quiet. 

Secondly, therr has been a change 
In the United States government. 
The < 'omrniinisl* know that the 


Korean war Was a major issue in our 
presidential campaign and that Risen- 
hower won on a promise to "do some- 
thing" about that war. Since his post- 
election visit to the Ear East. Risen- 
hower has deneutralized the Formo- 
san Strait, hastened the buildup of 
native anli-Communist i roups in Ko- 
rea and Indo-China. and induced a 
general tightening of trade restric- 
tions against the Chinese mainland. 

The Kremlin must have listened in 
with some apprehension on the up- 
roar of demand, especially by newly- 
elected Republicans, lor a UN drive 
for full victorv in Knrea and, more 
recently, the appeal lo that same pur- 
P 04 ** *>V 'He retired American i-nm. 
rounder of UN forces in Korea, Gen. 
James A Van Fleet. 

l^aal but by no means least In the 
Communist calculation may he ihe 
possibility they see of stalling off 
rearmament of the two nations which, 
in times past, they have mo*t fcaicd 

<iermany and Japan. 

Only l«*-t month the West German 
Bundestag voted to provide 12 divl- 
•ions for European anticommunist 
defense, and the United State* ia 
pressing hard fur French acceptanr* 
of that plan. In Japan an election 
soon is to b** held with rearmament 
and U-S. Japanese relations prominent 
:muci. 

It could be that Russia now sees 
more of what Byrnes called "pa«*k- 
ages to take home" from endtng tha 
Korean war and otherwise present- 
ing a peaceful face, than from con- 
tinuing unabated the now more than 
seven year old "cold war.” 


Negligent Father 


The Northern Half 


R OAMING the northern half of Van- This k original ... 

couver Island as a young prospector which ih« ^ a so ^ J,( ’ p material, a fact 
in the early decades of this oenturv. Mr. recognized vvhon 11 !? 8 department 

Frank Kelley, a Colonist staff member for Z restore and rrCrnf,y 

many years and now living in retirement rwrronre man^il^M vn m, ? fr «l or- 
In Victoria, caught a vision or what this r ,a n >d whiiovL^ h « M u K , rl|p - V hnrt P™- 
island one day might become with settle- contentio^ThflfH ^ With hls 

ment, when its great natural wealth and conn* t ion ? ^ 00 n road 

Its magnificent scenery were opened tin H , n ,i , f1f i 1 if” 0pen , Up a , of Vnnr o'jver 
by adequate road connections. In a series rich and^ L T"* P ' ay tho VVf * ral 
of 10 original articles, the second of which ihk nl T.IT * n , ‘l* nor,h T n hnlf ' 
appears in the magazine section of this time in , rom P ,e, f orcord. The 

Issue, Mr. Kelley Ls developing something provided w-ith a J s,nnd shou,(1 ^ 
of that concept from hls personal know I- e o ill nf ih 1 3 nmk * l,Rhwa y which will 
edge of the terrain, much of which he ma 1 from whkh 

mapped in its geological aspect 45 years «r ■ r >P hu, l to wve both east and 
ago * - ^ CClWywUT ''est coast areas. Settlement would follow 


mam contention, that only adequate road 

Kl .nH ,0n . C ? n np ^ n up al1 of Vancouver 
H h ? n f d b . nnc int0 P ,a -V the several 
rh n and fertile areas in its northern half, 
nis paper jg in complete accord. The 
nmvia 7 Prdue whpn f be Island should lie 

en n t d J *u h 3 hi Rbway which will 
co all of the way, and from which lateral 

r 0,1(1 be built to serve both east and 

fast a,TaS ‘ St ’ t,,rmrnt WWW follow 


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THE WINCH FUND 

Sir.- The circumitance* under which Mr 
Harold Winch, leader of the opposition in the 
laal legislature, ho* te It forced to retire from 
public life emphasize* what a thankless effort 
and occupation U public life in our province 
and nation. It also emphasize* the necessity of 
providing some retiring allowance or super- 
annuation for members of our various Jegl* 
la t urea. 

While Mr. Winch may have been one of the 
victim* of the general depression at the time 
that he entered public life, the fact remain* 
that a man of hi* ability could have, in the last 
20 years, fully established himself in * 0 me 
lucrative businena. Instead he has devoted hi* 
whole time, hla energies and hls ability for the 
benefit of British Columbia as he conceived 
that it should he served. 

It ha* been a career of great effort and sad 
frustration. Through the manipulation of the 
•lectoral system he was denied office as premier 
•f this province — that vicious measure, that 
ahameful device known as the alternative vote 
whR*» defeated it* authors and brought chaos 
B»ta the public life of the province. 


\Mule. of Mur *.e the writer ha* never and 
still doe* not subscribe to the political and 
economic theories of the socialist party led by 
Mr. Winch. I, a Conservative, have for many 
years through observation come to admire him 
a * an lodivldual who began a* "green a* gran*" 
but who came to learn parliamentary law and 
procedure and became an expert thereon, lie 
always practical the most absolute political 
integrity < something which seem* to have 
become lacking among certain other element* 
n ,hp pub,k ’ of thl* province i and led hi* 
Pin* though always In defeat. In the mo*t 
capable manner and during the course of doing 
*o he made many contributions to the public 
life of British Columbia 

There should be no nermaity for a trust fund 
to relieve him of hia present financial di/fi 
cullies. Thai should have .been provided long 
*8° ,or members' of the legislature who 
might require financial aid after serving the 
province for substantial period*. 

I gladly make my small donation. Thl* la 
not chari^ hut a testimonial. 

ROBERT D. HARVEY 
Central Budding. Victoria. B.C. 


her swan-drawn chariot back to beat 
her breast and sprinkle nectar on hls 
blood. 

And how in an hour's lime a flower 
the color of a pomegranate sprang up. 

♦ * a 

I itflifl'l be .plant ing pomegranate*, 
although I doubt not but that MY 
blond will sprinkle something, or at 
least sweat and tears will. 

And. of course, looming afar off 
but as inevitable as the snow on tha 
Olympic*, arc the leaves. They have 
to «ome yet before they ran begone 
again, but it s the begolng part that 
•tuna me. 

An<l you too, I hope, sin. c misery 
likes company. 

Long before that I shall have 
choked handful* of dirt in a futile 
gesture of defiance- and then re- 
placed them as I would a divot. I 
shall have push push-pushed the lawn 
mower a thousand endless miles. 1 
shall have hoed and harried, raked 
and rankled, forked and fumbled my 
way through I don't know how many 
square yards of that unmerciful god 
des* Mother Earth. 

A* her rebellious valet. 

My bark a< he* in anticipation, and 
yet, you know, the lady * got some- 
thing. else why i* this the city of 
gardens? 

Why i* it. anyway. I would like to 
know, and if this weren't Sunday 
’rrmrrnTTjr I would realty speak my 
mind on gardens and the subject* 

• 1 almost said abject*! who tend 
them. — — _ 

Wen no. I wo nil in i for In truth 
I Jqsl love to cares* the handle of a 
hoe and a rake and a spade ami a 
fork and . . . 

You believe me don't you. 

With the Classics 

It is a beauteous evening, calm 
and free; 

The holy time ia quiet a* a Nun 
Breathleas with adoration; the 
broad sun 

I* sinking down In hi* tran- 
quility; 

The gentleness of heaven brood* 
o'er the Sea; 

Listen' The mighty Being l* 
awake. « 

And doth with hi* eternal mo- 
tion make 

A sound like thunder — ever- 
lastingly. 

— William Wordaworth. 


• Front The Ottawa Journal) 

TN Hamilton, two children were rid- have been. ‘ 
A big their tricycles on a busy street evidence 

when nne of them, aged three, was WM no * ,U P* 
struck ami injured by an automobile. * u perused." 
The father of the child sued the driver imp res* M oth. 
of the car and judgment was given » deeper sen 
the other day by Mr. Justice Judson in such mail 
awarding damages against the motor- turn oul to | 
i«t. But. said Hi* Lordship, the father tender years 
also had been negligent, and as a keep off thi 
result itw award was reduced by .K) and doe* nc 

per rent of what olherwisr it would modern trail 


have been. "I am hound to infer from 
live evidence.” he said, “that the child 
was not supervised, or not adequately 
supervised." 

Perhaps this ruling may serve lo 
impress otlier careless parents with 
a deeper «en*e of th*ir responsibility 
in such matters. It is not enough to 
turn oui to play a youngster of such 
tender years with ihe admonition to 
keep off the road— a child forgets, 
and doe* nm realize the peril* of 
modern traffic. 



Victoria 

Srarb anil (Ermolmf 

. From Files of The Dally British 
Colonist of April. 1R66 



MORTIMORR 


f I "HE EftXT.OOO Hudson's Bay paddle 

1 steamer I^abourhere, bound for 
Victoria, left San Franriiwo on April 
16. 1*66. without much Incident, ex- 
cept that Captain Mouatt tried to 
Intervene in a fight between some 
Irishmen and some passengers on the 
dock, and was beaten about for hi* 
pain*. 

After standing off shore for half an 
hour while tickets were collected, the 
1 .a hour here put on full steam shout 
6 p.m. One hundred passengers were 
aboard. The I^ibourhere had recently 
been awarded the contract to carry 
the malls to Victoria, at S1J500 a 
voyage. 

Dinner was over, and most of the 
passengers went happily to bed while 
the ship steamed through the dart* 

nrvs, 

‘ However. I lay thinking, a* I could 
not get to sleep," related freight clerk 
Charles Warren. "At about 10.20 p m. 

I heard the hell strike once for the 
engineer to stop the engine. 1 lay 
there hesitating whether to get up 
or not, when the ship struck a rock 
She stopped Instantly, rolling from 
side to side *o that I could scarcely 
stand when I got up J 

"I ran out into the main cabin, 
when I wa* met by Mr* Martin with 
two young children In her arms Im- 
ploring me to save them. I told her 
to keep quiet, until I saw how thing* 
were." 

The La hour h err had struck a reef _ 
off Point Reyes. The «teamer hacked 
off the reef Into deep water, and the 
engine* were put under full steam 
in order to keep Ihe pumps running." 
the newspaper San Franrfcwo Alta 
related. "Unfortunately the ship wa*. 
not headed back for San Francis, 
»hj damage being at first supposed 


mi slight as not to ne« e«s|t»te aband- 
onment of the trip." 

Panicky passenger* were soothed, 
and some of them enlisted to work 
auxiliary pumps. "A little before day- 
light." Warren *ald. "we could see ihe 
leak was gaining on us. when most 
of the passengers grew tired of pump 
Ing. . , , I pacified *ome of Ihe ladle*, 
and then went on deck trying to get 
volunteers for the pumps among the 
passenger*. Not one of them would 
move, however, and now the captain 
gave orders to Iowct one of the 
boats.” • e 

Firemen who had been working In 
wafer up to their waists until the 
fire* hissed oul. now came above. 
The captain fired hi* revolver at men 
who fried In rush the boats ahead of 
the women. One boat got away half- 
filled and would not stop for gunfire. 

The captain and 23 male passeng- 
ers were left aboard, with no appar 
**nJ chance of rescue. Some pine 
apples werr found and thlmtily eaten, 
and “C aptaln Mouatt produced some 
cigars, remarking that Tf they had 
to go down, they might as well go 
down smoking' ” 

Then an Italian fishing smack, the 
Andrew, came alongside, picked up 
some men from a raft, and removed 
the men from the ship. "When tha 
Andrew had received all on board the 
captain positively declined to leave 
hi* ship, and could not he persuaded 
. . . until two men were sent on board 
lo compel him " 

Mjgrutes later, the Labouchere 
rolled, pitched and plunged out of 
alght. bow foremost. One email hoar 
capsized, drowning a miner named 
Marshall and a colored cook. All 
others got safely ashore and were 
given lodging by a rancher named 
Flood. 


The Packsack 

Of GUUUHtY CLARK 

■pOR some pleasant month* now, we 

J are lo celebrate Mother* Day, 

Onion Week, and an ever Increasing 

number of special 

observance* that 

are intended, and 

doubtless f 

cash value »« van .£ HHgf 

0 u » industries. 

There is one Week 

1 would like to see |/ jt 

instituted lor the 

benefit of -u* all. T 

and that Is Return * : 

Book* 

It ought to come along any day 
now. during the spring housecleaning 
season. Each of u* should seize ihe 
occasion to make an Inventory of oup 
book shelves and libraries, and pick 
out all the hook* we have hi .trowed 
during the post year or during the 
past 10 year* and return them to 
their rightful owner* It might be 
worked Into some sort of partner- 
ship. such as with the randy industry 
or the flower trade, so that we could 
accompany the return of the .kmg. 
absent book* with some pretty little 
. ceremony. Beside*, we could get some 
free advertising from the flower trade 
or the chocolate dealer* for Return 
Borrowed Book* Week On merHy 
moral or ettiiral grounds, the Week 
might not get much publicity. 

Return Borrowed Book* Week 
might be an anonymous occasion, like 
Halloween or Valentine's Da>, on 
which everybody i* masked, and wa 
could creep to our friends' door* and 
lotw the hook* in without being iden- 
tified. For while bitterly reaentinf 
the io«s of a number of my own bonk* 
to tny friend*. I have Just this minute 
discovered, while checking over my 
losses, about 15 books on my shelve* 
that should have gone home month* 
ago. 


Etiquette ia what make* It OK. ta 
w.u*h the Intimai# family row on 
television, hut Impolite to watch that 
even better one through the picture 
window of the house next door. 

* # a 

"Now Charlie, tell the rtgarr r* the 

world Tntmd**- 

"No'm" 

"It Isn't? Then Is it riart" 

"No'm.” ' ~ * — ' — 

"Well’ 1/ it** neither round nor flat, 
Ju*t what i* it?" 

"My dad nay* tf* lopsided!" 

* A * 

A US. aviation expert complain* 
that boy* of today aren't interested in 
airplanes. Naturally not. if he mean* 
Ihoae clumsy old 700-mile-an hour 
crate* that take off and land on tha 
same planet 


4 




STORE HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M 


WEDNESDAY, I P.M 


PAYMENT^ 


GETTING : m:mr WOODWARD*! m TOUR ajBtSt GUARANTEE 


flaily Colonist Victoria. B.C., Saa., April 12. 1953 5 


City Airwomen' Win First-Class Rating 


i AN AIM 

A r.w 


K* UWRKNCt I’t KK\ 

NEW YORK 


fronting him. "I dance oft and 
Ait off five pounds every per- 
formance and since I am by no 
means a heavyweight, or even 
a welter, I have to eat hack 
by avoirdupois day after Jay. 

It just about evens up add 
leave* me in physical condition 
compared to a track athlete In 
training. I can always tell when 
it is Monday without consulting 
a calendar because that's the 


(NANA.)— A* present record-holder, 'The Red 
the poet Tennyson has pointed MUI' revival which achieved 
out. a -brook la alxiut ihe only 3*11 several years ago. 
thing that goea on forever. Broadway's loss will be the 

But we had begun to think K«in of three cities In sequence 
that the musical "Pal Joey"— - * fortnight In Washington, 
as with Rodgers atui Hammer D.C. at the Sam Shubert , Phlla 
stein opuses- was destined to delphia two weeks and then, 
emulate poetic little water May IS "Pal Joey" will open in 
courses that wind their dreamy Chicago for a run expected to 


By KEY. WIIXI AM HILLS 

The man In the pulpit is always good copy— friendly 
or otherwise. In a recent issue of Life magazine, he 
sim-red in a story on the rj great preachers currently at 
work in the United Stales. I wonder if this pictorial essay 


way over the telephone, 
was told that Anglican pi 
Rons are rotten preachers. 

Well, there are preachers a 
preachers, and there are « 
mnns and sermons, It all 1 
pends upon what you mean 
a "sermon’' and what* you 1 
pei t of i he preacher. 

When f was a hra*h yon 
curate. I was given the job 
reviewing Imnk*- for one of t 
Church publication* One ho 
which came my way was by 
Cambridge Don Canon Char 
Smyth and hi* Mihfert w 
“The Art of Preaching." 


after a week end of fret' feeding 
and not even a short walk 
through the city M reels. 

"1 laok forward to the coming 
tour, during which I shall con- 
tinue my incessant pursuit of 
lost poundage." 


and life Third he mu*u have a 
passionate devotion *0 the Per- 
son of fiie Lord Jesus Christ 
In the words of Charles 
Simeon, t|jp old English evan- 
celiral, fie must "humble the 
sinner, exalt the Saviour, and 
promote holiness " 


me nrounnursi tneatre here Save for Ml as Segal 'the en- 
will close finally upon the show ljrt . company will remain with 
as of next Saturday. April 18. , hP show. Since it opened. Jan 
It stands upon the record as uary 2, 1952. the actress has 
the mast successful revival in worked Incessantly like a slave 
the annals of our theatre. For t if (tilth a homely figure of 
when Vivienne Segal lyrically speech can be applied to so 
chants that she Is "bewitched, charming and gifted a person 
bothered and bewildered" for as shot, 
the last time on the BroadhUTM 
stage next Saturday, (he pro 
ductlon will have played 540 per- 


First-cla«s airwoman rating has been 
won by two Victoria girls at St. Johns, 
Quo., basic training centre, as result of 
civilian experience with federal govern- 
ment in Victoria. They are Joyce Bar- 
rington. 1729 Amphion. left, and Rose- 


mary Boulding, 149 Bushby, who will 
lie posted direct to units without fur- 
ther training. Acquainting local air- 
women with military' badges of rank is 
FO A. C. Dexter. 


Hut here's the rub. Will a 
modern congregation accept 
that as iheir pa*.tor« pulpit 
duty’ 

P *«'m« to me that ton many 
people today do not expect that 
kind of utterance from the 
pulpit From mydalks with the 
men I meet, they do not want 
a sermon. They w'anl a kind nf 
an ecclesiastical afterdinner 
speech ! 

pnv to those outside its range. And if thev want their soul* 
and an article nf lone-suffering . H \ed thev want it done, and 
faith to those within From a || n |.-elv wr„ pr *.d up | n ten to 
lime to time, it has been dtag- iwentv minutes 
nosed aa the cause of the empty There are < lock watchers in 
P* w - industry, and there are clock - 

The remark.ihlc thin" ahout watchers in church. To them 
that pontifical, utterance is not oil I say "a plague upon both 
Its omniscience, but the fact your houses" for nothing will 
that it was made by one who quickly drv up inspiration 
did not have either the nppnr- and lay a deadly chill upon the 
tunily nr the duty of preaching longue nf the preacher as thoxe 
twice each Sunday of the year, members of a congregation who 
Now the shoe is on the other not only ostentatiously consult 
font, and I marvel at the headv iheir watche-., hut «hake them 
competence of youth, and the Hard *«* see if they are going, 
charity of my betters. If any congregation desires 

* * * good preaching, it must also 


So she is Hied and Carol 
Bruce will replace her. The 
other afternoon, when we 
caught Carol rehearsing the 
role, she left us with the defi- 
nite impression that this ac- 
complished comedienne will j it 
Into the play with aplomb and 
distinction. 

As for Vivienne Segal, she 
tells us that her most desir- 
able objective is to repair to 
her home in Westchester— she 
is the wife of Hubbel Robin- 
son. CBS executive in charge of 
television and "rest and rest 
and rest." She has no plans 
for the future at all. 

Harold iJing. "Pal Joey’s" 
terpsichorean "heel ” also has 
earned a respite from strenu- 
ous activity. 

"But I shan’t take one.” he 
said as he sat a' table dally- 
ing with a steak and. for des- 
sert. a double order of ic- 
cream. "You see," he said, ex- 
plaining the opulent dishes con- 


Appreciation 


V ictoria Girls in A 
Soon Become Happy 


So often this is 
on a card en- 
closed In a box 
of Candv, To the 
secretary, a 
nurse, a mech- 
anic and to the 
manv folks who 
so wdlllnglv tkf 
favors that 

S ake the labors 
the dav easier 
and more cheer- 
ful. 


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G. Coubon, Nanaimo; AC2 R 
E. O. Firbes. Nanaimo; AC2 

C. A. Gibb, 4101 Shelbnurne 
Street, Victoria; AC2 T. M. N. 
Folds. Albernl; AC2 J. A. West, 
Alberni; AC2 R. J. Mullin. 931 
Foul Bay Road. Victoria; AC2 

D. R. Elmore, I.angford: AC2 

E. J. Martin, Ramsay Arm. B.C; 
AC1 L. P. Bnwen, Royal Oak; 
AC2 G. T. Warwick. Nanaimo; 
LAC I. W. Anderson, Clare- 
shnlm. Alta ; AC2 P. J Powell, 
2«41 Richmond Road. Victoria; 
AC2 L. E. Johnson. Ijidysmith. 


month. They include M. V. 
Crombie, 1613 Farl Street; R. 
W. Erickvnn, Rllz Hotel; M. J. 
Page, 3337 Shelbnurne Street; 
J. Paterson, 114? Newport 
Avenue, and J. L. Braiden of 
Morris, Sask. 

Despite last week's announce- 
ment from Ottawa that it was 
considered Victoria could not 
provide ihe ground crew essen- 
tial for a reserve flying squad- 
ron here. 29 airmen enlisted 
here for ground-crew duties. 

The navy lost W. A. Robin- 
son. who transferred to the RC 
AF from the senior service. 

LAG W. D. Davis of 240 Cook 
Street, was also a navy man 
during the war rile has now- 
donned air force blue. 

LAC D. A, MacAsklll. Lang 
ford, also served In the navy 
but has recently seen service 
with the RCAF reserve squad 
ron here. 

Other ground crew enlist- 
ments Include: 

AC2 H. E. West. 4031 Quadra 
St reel, Victoria; AC1 R G. Sib 
bald, RR 1. Cobble Hill; AC2 F. 
V. Wildmnn. Port Alberni; AC2 
B Pantaluk. 1226 Ijickley Road. 
Victoria; LAC G. R L. Lung. 
622 Garbally Road, Victoria; 
AC2 P. F. Gould. Nanaimo, 
B.C.; AC2 R W. V. Hay. Na 
naimo; AC2 J. Stampeen. Hoo- 
riberg, Saak.; AC2 P M. Clog 
hesy. 3025 McAnnally Road. Vic 
torla; AC2 E. Roberts. Great 
Central Lake. B.C.; AC2 H. S 
Jones. Port Alberni; AC2 R W, 
G. Tollington, Fniltvalc. B.C.; 
I Five men Joined the RCAF AC2 B K. Hudson. Harbor 
de ** aircrew- candidates last Court Road. Victoria; AC2 G. 


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Smyth, "can prearh. and preach equal tn that afforded aspiring 
effectively who reads hb Rible and jierspiring political candl- 
ami says his prayers, and love* dales After all. there Is a 
his people, lie mav be fluent world to come, 
and he may »*■ rlevcr. but I would like to say a good 
though he spenk with ■ the word for the parson. It is no 
tongues of men ami angels and easy matter tn produce two ser- 
though he know all mysteries mons each Sundny. If his pen- 
and all knowledge < including pie would let him devote an 
Eddington and Jeans*, unless adequate amount of time to 
he reads his Bible and says his study and preparation, he and 
prayers awl loves his people, they would fare much heller, 
his preaching w ill lie merely hut modem church organization 
wind." , apparently demands that he be 

I suppose that If we were tn almost anywhere than in his 
set out some snrl nf rulp-honk study. 

for successful preaching, we A« one man has said; "We 
would have to build it it|»on <land In danger of being corn- 
three haslr principles. mitteed to death." 

First, Ihe preacher must have Perhaps that Is why one mem- 
at his disposal an exact and ex- her nf a congregation was heard 
tensive knowledge of the Bible. 1o say to her pastor: "I enjoyed 
Second. he must tie into his vour sermon on sin, Pr. Peters, 
preaching, deliberate reference It gave me some wonderful 
to modern conditions of thought ideas." , 


Silver hadges in ihp form of 
the new RCEME cre*-t have 
been ordered by the 40th Tech- Son of Mr a 
niral Squadron. RCEME i RFt, Sillars. 1140 
and are expected very shortly, who recently 
These lapel badges, to be worn air radio offii 
with civilian suit, will he award- taken at Cllr 
ed to unit personnel who attain he graduated. 
a prescribed standard of effi- pupil of Sprit 
ciency. - jay and Vieto 

The RCEME unit is going to and was activi 

blow its own horn. Final author- 
it y has been received for the 
organization of a 15-piece bugle 
ami drum Xn rid. This band will J 
is- formed from personnel now 
on strength and from recruits I 

Interested in this type of 1 

training. 

At present, the unit is trying » S * 
to ohiain the sendi-es of a bugle 
-• rid drum band iii*-trmior so 
training may be com- 

menced as soon as possible. . 
i'hn-e interested should apply 
t" the RCEME orderly room. 

Bay Street, any Tuesday eve- 5 
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3-PlY VAPOR BARRIER PAPER 


BY I.OI ISK PKTKIR 

LONDON i NAN A-Komnewi>, 
- What are your spring plans 
lor brightening your home'.' 

Wallpaper* are gay and 
varied 


variations of the layout that has 
proved of general appeal. Some- 
times floral tiles are Introduced 
to break the solidity of the 
tiling, then the front portions 
Vary ,n entiling to the l\pe of 


BY M. V. CHKHNUT, FKHS 

Mid-April usually decides whether or not there Is 
going to be a serious attack of teat her jackets— those 
inch-long, blackish-green grubs — in the lawn. As these 
grubs are the offspring of the Daddy-long-legs, and as 


"" •"'‘‘•■I MWWHliMl 

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In. I Kan ,1 a. nw , p» (sua 
tar I 

A*k Yaur Dealer About 


Contemporary patterns 


evidence last fall, the outlook for our lawns is poor unless 

precautions are taken. 

Already there are patches of 'sickiy-looktng turf, 
proving that the enemy is at work, and as the weather 
warms up and the grass roots become sweeter, it will 
increase Its activities, feed- 
ing on the succulent roots »>ew growth in primrose, 
and ruining great stretches P* 1 ** 1 ®** *nd violets at this sea- 
of lawn. — 400 °* ,h< " y** r * a usually due 

.... . . . . lo an attack of root aphis, a lit- 

Th. mm-dy L. l« «(*» llr mtUn ro „ rrd w|lll , 

"" wl,h , "I ** „ wool „ nd , , 

' «» » r cupful ot commo „ g 

the powdered poison lo e,eh „ , uck , lhc r0 '„ M „ w „. 

,.,u»re yard ol lawn. Water :t „ y , h , , eavra J * , ml 
In Immediately, to avoid Ihe frowlh ,, retarded v 

nak ot poisoning bird, or ^Hunately, these, unden-over 
anlmaK and waah your hand. ^ llqul(laled „ 

carefully after ua.ng. watering the plan., wl.h per 

A lot of the new young manganafr of potash in water I 
growth of lupins, particykt tly half a tea.sp>onful of the cry' 


Curtains and floor rovejin, 


two different schemes In rooms, 
say, two plain grey walls with 
two papered In an uplifting 
design in which the ground Is 
an exact shade In grey. 

In this particular instance 
I'm thinking «»f a paper with 
tapestry-like ground achieved 
i»V fine block tracery on' gray 
and square colored moiih inter 
*-|n*i'-ih| with hold, black leaves. 

Then there aic vivid grounds 

«\n li as itirquolM- blue, i .iiidy 
pink, in«)<< green and yte>-b|u'* 
i Hie veil with light patterns If 
\<m prefer plain papers, floral 
embellishments in corners or 
running tl»e length of the wall 
at the liase. butterflies Hilling 
aiT**s>i the scene, or even papers 
resembling wood, all are , tv all 


be these linoleum or carpets, all J 
contribute to the general | 
scheme, so don’t rush your S 
selection. Match up patterns j 
and give due care and thought -j 
where you’re striving for eon- j 
Irask 

Tlie main problem Is to avoid i 
loo many different pattern* \ 
which might clash m nn irri ■ 
• sting jumhle \ plain carpet * 
nr one w nli u falltl i ihhcd «,pr- 
face or light relief I* a %,ii.* ihm 
I ruensi 1 colors are 


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Stil* Hhantl.au • I.lal lot |Mltn|.hWt 

"Cundfnsanoa In the Homo'’ 

OUI. IKut .4 by 

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: WEATHER FOR 
PLANTING 


These wood grain papers 
afford ev< ■flli'iii dccepiiott I've 
known people to be hoodwinked 
into Iwdicvlng a hull hart been 
paneled, what with narrow bar 
del - and edgings. 

MAIIOKATF PAINTWORK 
(•ruining ulrn*Ilx make pn# 
slide more elaborate paintwork 
and for those who fancy grain- 
l in the manner of applying 
it transfer, there’s n paper 
vvhleh doe* Just thts. When dry 
you gel a hitler by varnishing. 
Even the humble kitchen can go 
gay with flowers in varnished 


Pome to Oakland* N ursep 
shrubs for spring planting 
and advise you in your 


IV*W $ MOCA DILL 

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strietly austere marble* effects. 

The wallpaper or the floor 
covering is being tried out by 
some venturesome house- 
holders. 

An yet. brightly-colored ceil- 
ings aren't much favored. Bui 
where you have a high roof 
w hich yoi* wlah lo bring down, 
ibis is a sure way of creating 
the illusion 

Wall diimpnesn and any dr* 
fa re mem require at tent Ion be 
fore decorating. There are 
preparations lo help home 
decorators In such emergencies 
MINOR VARIATIONS 

Fireplaces are h* important 
as furniture In planning a nice 
room. New designs show minor 


Only *1,200 Down! 


Plan shows house meeting require- 
ments of average family. Without 
basement, house has utility room, 
heater room and storage space all 
within floor area of 1,246 square feet. 
Planning is good, access from main 
entrance to kitchen service, living 
room and bedrooms is direct without 
passing through any other room. If 


lot upon which house is built is wide 
enough, house could be expanded to 
have two more bedrooms. If financed 
under National Housing Act. lot should 
have frontage of at least 54 feet. Com- 
plete working plans may be purchased 
from the Architects House Plan 
Agency Ltd., 625 Fort Street, Victoria, 
R.C. for 525. 


Station Conducting 
Fertilizer Experimer 


uraaaes and legumes are any treatment, but yielded onlv # if 

becoming me e Important each one ton an acre oven dry matter. U / / XZ i O I ill 

P "! ur : h * nd This yield rrpr,s,nls 70 cow J J 

Tens ^ ™“ UI <l»y* assuming , cow will era,,- 

legions OC British Columbia. M pounds dry matw E , 130 ' - 

These crops respond to good pound# green weight i a day. 
management such a* proper Most of this growth occurred I 

»eed bed preparation, good mix- during the spring, which indi I 

hires and timely fertiliser rattv- that during this period mHHI , |, A 

applications, says G. R. Webster a limited acreage on every farm 

of the Dominion Experimental < ould be used for paxturage HHHji | ( 

Elation at Saaniehton Hay ylekl# were taken from j t j * 

An oanorlmont I, holo. coo. * nol "' r P l0 ' «crc n.ln> |||||| /i? 

do, led „n lhc do , rn applied al AO pounds ,n acre ' 

tormina the hr„ umr lo .pply "ms an acre oven UB L \% 

Jcrllhrcr lo a gra.s« mlan'rr dr > m *"' r ,h ' [ 17 

(Orchard. Alla, fcscuo Poronntal r ' ,u , rn * n J ' r<, "' mon " 

Rye' (or p.,slurc and hay pr,c ^"pha'r and potaah did nol — 

d, ,ctt, m. romhlnallon of nitre- ei '£ ” SI"k'' JT.T*"'- • /Y V^ , T / ’ T~ 

gen, phosphate and potash were , , W ,^ ltr bc . < ' v '"‘ >, j' /■/ / L 

applied Sepiemhcr 1 Orlober 15 ? v '7, m 'hal regardless of lhc / / / 

and March r, fertilizer used, n gras# mixture 

without irrigation water doe# r . nm , . . . . 

Pasture clips were taken from not give satisfactory pasture 0n * r ‘ om ln ir old ‘‘ r ' , VPe 
one series of plot# during the yield*. Moderately good hay hou ** U»at offers both a chnl 
19S1 and 1952 season. Yield.# yield# are being obtained. Nitro- lenge and an opportunity to the 
were low because of the dry gen applied at 80 pounds an acre planner is the bathroom. There 
anmm era. Nlirogm gpllnl al Marrh 15 on bay and paaiuro p„ h a p ,, no olh ,, r pkl „,. 
wi pound* an acre March 15. gave the highest net return of 

gave the highest net return of any of the treatme nts ap plied vvh ' M ‘* obsolescence is more ob 


We will build, on your lot. u beautiful ranch style, 
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insulated Low a*. $1,200 down, depending on the 
cost of your loL N'.liA. mortgage at 
Payments JS3-66 monthly, plus taxes completed 
In 10 weeks or less. 

Ally an exceptional buy and an outstanding opportunity 
own a new home on very attractive terms. Full price 
n your own lot) $9,200. For further Information call 

Stan Evans, B 2187 — Evenings G KIM 


reach, a dressing seat, perhaps 
a foot-stool for baby to stand 
on 

Above all, give vent io your 
color sense in your newly rmd 
rled bathroom. 




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Bailg tlulomsi Victoria, B.C., Sm, April 12, 1*S3 J 


Market Week 
Not Too Cheery 


I BY IIAKICY YOUNG 

1 ~ . Colonist Business Editor 

Although muskeg, extremes of temperature and lack 

in- of communications hamper development of the British cent over 1951. 

■re Columbia oil and gas fields, at least two big companies Gatineau president 

ire at present on Wildcat- don < ..«!«• inform* 

P-" ing operations. — * remarkably high percentage shareholders that there is every «»PF*er 

ar ’ Dome Exploration, which re- —while seven others were com- indication that the require- 
Tt- t renlly secured a pleted as gas wells. merits of new and established 

farm - out from At the end of the year Im- Industry and the wider use of 


One of those favorably placed The United States price for 
Is the Gatineau Power Com- copper lose to a peak of 34 cents 
pany. whose net earnings in following the removal of the 
t 16 pei Celling price for domestic use by 
the U.S. government. 

G. Gor- Now that the first buying 
company's rush is over it is expected thar 
will settle somewhere 
near Its former* ceiling price. 
A number of copper mining 

t stocks were lower on the Cana- 

perial Oil had land holdings electrical appliances by the do- dian stock exchanges at a re- 


VANCOUVER (CP) — A Brit- 
!*h firm will handle the market* 
log of iron ore from the Quat- 
Mfio Copper Gold Mine* Ltd. on 
Vancouver Island, it was re- 
ported here Saturday. 

The firm is the Canadian 
branch of the world wide British 


Metal Corporation Ltd. of Lon- , t WM , #hort WM>k bu( no , 
don. which established an office „ merry one on the Toronto 
here recently. v Slock Exchange. 

Gordon W. Ijind. vice presi i Trading opened after the 
dent of the Canadian company, Ranter Monday holiday with a 
was here recently, posting hijm burst of selling. The exchange s 
self on the deposits. He is now Indexes, which measure the 
directing negotiations with steel main price trends, showed an 
mills in North America and average decline of slightly more 
Japan. than two points. 


of the Quatslno deposit has Korea and elsewhere drew the 


records in electric service de 
mand and consumption. Gati- 
neau plans to keep in line with 
requirements by construction of 
new lines, installation of addi- 
tional transformers and aug- 
mented power supply. 


: west of the Pa-, option In Western Canada of 
■ clflc p,Mr r>pld 24,000,000 acres, while it had 

at Fort St. John. 1.320 wells capable of produe- 
spudded in its lion. 

flk first well on The fact that Imperial struck 

, March 30. oil in more than 90 per cent 

W tm '&* The well Is of its development wells mdl- 
known as Bucking Horse Well cates that big progress has 
No. 1. and represents the be been made In plotting the extst- 
ginning of a 51,000.000 Dome mg oil and gaaflrld*. 
speculation in the BC. area. * * * 

Also drilling is the Texaco I'l.ANNINU WANTED 
Company on its Buick Creek lo Rhv , M SaJr prP * ld ent of the 
cation some 40 miles north of p or< j Motor Company of Can- 
Fori SI. John. Texaco drilled adll pre <ll c te<l in Toronto that 
are now around 10.000 feet and (anada , population will reach 
are believed to be nearing an 23.000.000 and her national 
answer. At the shallow depths produt .,i 0n $60,000,000,000 bv 
Texaco found some encouragp- jy^g 

ment in this well, but recently . vs> don * t want a planned 
ll has been a “tight * hole. irt>Ilo my; said Mr. Sale, “hut 
Another lexaco wildcat due notH j j s t |, PrP for a careful 

^ C °J^ 1 m T nCe shor,ly ls ? n and constructive planning In the 

Nig ( reek permit some .0 miles nex , quarter of a century, 'fhere 
northwest of Tort St. John. ar ,. but , wo alternatives We 

„ *’ ort St - J °bn area, ran | Pi nature t ike it* course 
Pacific Petroleums has encoun- or wt . Ciin makl . u planned 
tered gas in good volume on journey to greatness." 
its No. 23 well. Flow rate was Mr sale takes un the stand 


ernment interference" in busi- 
ness and some deflation. 

Toronto traders suggested 
lhat Canadian markets could 
withstand any out In armament 
expenditures better than the 
United States markets. They 
said the Canadian defense pro- 
gram Is planned for several 
years and no drastic cuts are 
expected 

Mining companies in Canada 
were not dependent exclusively 
on defense Industry. 

Here's the market picture day 
by day: 

Selling pressure sparked a 
sharp decline In Toronto Tues- 
day and some Montreal prices 
fell to record low*. A small rise 
started in Toronto Wednesday 
while Montreal was mixed. 
Montreal hit more lows Thurs- 
day and Toronto slipped. Fri- 
day saw an Improvement In 
Montreal but Toronto continued 
weak. 

New York markets were open 
Monday and prices suffered 
sharp losses. Mixed prices pre- 


Nickel Title 
From Siiilliurv 

EDMONTON (CP 


indicated 2,500.000 tons of excel- largest share of blame for the 

losses. Observers say any upset 


lent quality magnetite Iron ore, 


L ife Un derwri tors 
Set Convention Here 


FROM 

DOWNTOWN 


Yukon 

citizens are talking about taking 
• he title of "nickel capital of 
Canada" away from Sudbury, 
Ont.,” following recent claim- 
slaking activity In the White 
river area, about 250 miles 
northwest of Whitehorse. 

Don Taylor, prospectors' rep- 
resentative on ihe Whitehorse 
chamber of mines, said here 
Friday that nickel prospects for 
(he Yukon are "extremely good " 
Five major finds had been re- 
ported in the last year. 

Taylor said more than 500 
claims have been staked since 
March 22 by Whitehorse resi- 
denta, Alaska Highway truckers 
and persons from a* far away 
as Alaska. 


leading authorities in the life Roger Oakley, president of the 
surance business will address Victoria and Inland branch, 
e annual meetmg of Ihe Vic- A Victoria underwriter. Dun 
, ,|| can J. Davidson, has been 

rl. mid Vancouver l.land rhliwi) , 0 ^ , ddrM , „„ 

snch of the Life Underwriters' -selling With Canadian Social 
ssoeiation of Canada at fhe Security." Mr. Davidson la local 
m press Hotel Wednesday. The manager of the Metropolitan 

invention is In the handa of Ll l e I n * ur * n «\ 

Robert S. Albritton of Los 

Angeles, John L. Bennett of 


NIGHT 1 DAY SEBVKX 


Macassa Mines 
Buys into Jerd 


COPPF.K I’RIt B ft SAG 

In line with United States re- 
fitters Canadian copper smelt- 
ers have decreased the prlre for 
domestic copper from 33 't cent* 
to 32 <*en«a tU.S. i a pound. 


TORONTO < CP t — M acaxsa 
Mine* of Kirkland Lake an- 
nounced Saturday it has 
acquired a ^5 per cent interest 
In Jerd Petroleums Limited, 
Macassa president R A. Bryce 
said Jerd has acquired a 70 per 
cent Interest In an 80.000-acre 
reservation in the Alberta foot- 
hills. adjacent lo the British 
Columbia border. 


Policies 

Boosted 


• .500.000 cubic feet a day be UTILITIES ATTRACT 
tween 3.223 and 3.234 feet. . . 

Thi* U Pacific's 16th success , Bec,u5p « e ', lome n }'"' 
In the BC area from corporation *» x * certain 

....... Canadian utilities have been 

fE4V DR1 HOLES DRILLED „ blc , 0 show „ vora bl* rcsulls. 

Imperial Oil made «ix oil and compared with other industri- 
four natural gas discoveries In als in the past two years of 
1952 over a wide area of the high Taxation. 

Western Canada basin, and in This alone, however, is not 
the process spent $-18,600,000 the reason why utilities are an 
on exploratory and development attractive proposition a* an In- 
work. This sum was an Increase vestment. With the growth of 
of $4,100,000 over th£ amount Canada's population, the extend- 
spent in 1951. ed uses of electricity, and the 


An Opportunity to Purchase 

TWO EXCELLENT APARTMENT BLOCKS 

In • Choice location 


New life insurance protection 
put in force by Canadians in the 
50-odd British, Unlied States 
and Canadian companies operat 
Ing In this country amounted to 
about $203,700,000 during Febru- 
ary ' 

Nearly $1. '> 8 , 100,000 was in 
ordinary life contracts; $15,200,- 
000 in industrial life contracts, 
and $30, 100, (XX) in group con- 
tract*. 

The figure for ordinary life 
policies In B.C„ a* compiled by 
t h e Life Insurance Agency 
Management Association, was 
$14,056,000. 


W*n-«on«truct*d atuccn tpirifnrni hlnra bl ait lultea In firii-tle** eon 

union. ti* itling huh return oo low tenia S 3 9 S 0 C 


Mint' 3 Gold Price 

OTTAWA (CP* -The finance 
department reported Friday 
that the mint's price for a fine 
ounce of gold Is $34 403906 for 
the week ended April 11. based 
on the week's average exchange 
rate of .98296875. Gold is fixed 
at $35 an ounce in United States 
funds. 


h» «bht« inration a atueco aper'ro«ni •( TTt* I 

i iull«< Frie# ... . .. i 

Llber»i Mortgage Available 

Fttr full InfarotalKm, tall Mr .loMpn arol'h 
LXCCU31VR AOFNTB 




A. BERNARD 1 CO. LTD 


.South America's largest city, 
Buenos Aires in Argentina, has 
an estimated population of 
2.982.000. 


Canadian Government, Mvunirtpal 
•nil Corporation Kecuritiea 


Notes 


Hood, (itindy A- Company 


On 1.200 acres leased from quote finances assured for un 
•Steep Rock. Inland Steel plans derground development, 

an expenditure of $50,000,000 

over seven years to attain a Drills at Steep Rock Intersect 
production of 3.000.000 tons iron good ore at depth, Shipping *ea 
ore annually. w n opens this month. 


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Cons: begins under 
promising auspices. Estimated 
reserve 100.000 tons grading 15 
pounds cobalt a ton. High grade 
allver encountered,. The 300-tnn 
mrtl nears completion: initially 
will treat 120,000 tons ore on 
dump averaging seven ounce* 
silver per ton. 


No work done; no change dur- 
ing 1952 at George Copper 

(B.C.L 


A. E. Ames & Co. 

Butinas i Hsiohhshad 1889 
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Toronto SumJl Exchange 
Montreal Stork Exchange 

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Mining plant overhauled and 
stored at Central Patricia. 
Working capital, including in 
vestment a of whirh 250,000 
shares Cassia r Asbestos. $.3.24.3, - 

Falconbridge Nickel to spend 
$42.0tX3,(XXi on expansion, chiefly 

at tFccunix I^ake. In addition to^ Mining 1.931 Ions dally, Iji 
previous forward sale, to 1961, Lux reports 1952 net 6 46 cents 
of 75000.000 pounds nickel to * "hare, down from 1296 cents. 

ILS. government agency, new 

forward contract covers sale of Heavy development Increases 
100.000,000 pounds, delivery by operating costs at Upper Can- 
mld-1962, and options on a fur- *d* New ore, ao develofu-d 
ther 100.000.000 pounds. Cobalt, holds much promise Dowm 


TORONTO MONTRCAL WINNIFIB VANCOUVCR NXWVORK LONDON. IN* 


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With ao many people "wU happy" 
these days liability amount* need 
to be Increased as much bs fire 
limits. Merchant*, manufacturers 
and individuals, too, do well to 
protect themselves with a auffl- 
cient amount of Liability Inaur- 
■ nee, and here at Rlthet a we can 
•how you how to get maximum 
protection, and the right kind of 
protection. 


Insurance . 

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it* Werner Uike. expanding. Ade 


lb* RIOHT nkOTKCTIOR *4 THE RIOItT RATFB *4 


A U.S. firm has announ^l 
a combination of alumium and 
antimony, costing 50 cents a 
pound, which can be uawl In 
transistors replacing germani- 
um at $350 a pound. It is not 

jm.r-pl.h1r >, hea. .od r«n ,Ho PORT STREET 
be used in photo-electric cells. 


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MORTOAOEA 


«v Howard Schenken 
and Richard L. Frey 


Winning Contract 


Mil* and *lsh'!l 
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kftlr and atatr*nth 
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Jv»t One Door Above Dougttu 


Fjfst West have eleven 1 ricks. 
Twelve will be won if the dia- 
mond suit breaks hut declarer 
should not stake everything *>" 
this prospect, hut should set up 
a squeeze alt nation hy surren- 
dering a trick to the opponent*. 
The only suit In which this can 
he done without surrendering 
one of the potential winners i« 
Therefore. If 


Good NE WS 
Is Worth 
Repeating 

a Lucky the Man Who 
Bought a FORD 


Racing 

Selections 


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WORTH opened declarer surrenders a 

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a • | i or West. If he should he de 

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a ^ j 4 k <1 J t * email diamond <he has dia * ^ 

^in-ii carded one hean on the thrd.krVe 

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both opponents to two hearts • 
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mad# easy for declarer byr a making trtek la won by West a 
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has lowest depreciation and highest tradeln value. A lac t 
worth considering when buying a new or used car. 

ANOTHER REASON WHY 


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Empress Tourney Entrants Arrive 


and then gJivp the spectators a birdtes on the next two hole* ’O 
real thrill at nine when his square that account, 
uphill putt went a good 40 feet Hogan's iwty nvrrjwrwa* The 
and trickled in. 190->ard 16ih. where hi* iron 

On the 10th It was a 25- shot over ' Ike * Pond" left him 
footer that put him five under In a bail position at ih$ edge 
par Another 25 footer hung on of the green and he again three- 
the lip on 11. His second wood putted. He 1>ad a chance for a 
shot on 13 left him 30 feet above birdie and a 65 total on the 


It) HI (.11 mjJUTON, JR. 

AUGUSTA, Ga »AP' Ben 
Hogan shot a slvunder par 66 
Saturday, matching the secon I 
best score ever recorded in the 
Master* Golf Tournament. He 
set a 54-hole record of 205 and 
stretched his lead to where It 


will he almost impossible to 


nec<»ed three putts. Bui he got harely rolled past the rup 


round. 

I The determined little man 
from Texas played a near- 
perfect round ‘over the pictur- 
esque, 6,1100-yard course, but it 
was his putting that turned It 
into ,» masterpiece. 

HOT PUTTER 

The huge pulling surfaces 
are supposed to be the chief 
troublemakers on the spacious, 
rolling Augusta National layout. 
But Saturday Hogan had only 
two three putt greens, despite 
.difficult pin locations, and he 
took only 31 putts for the round. 
He was dropping them from 20 
'and TO feet and on the ninth 
■ green from 40 feet for hi* 


Polishing up trophy he hopes to win for second 
straight year is Kd Thompson, Astoria, Oregon, de- 
fending champion. Thompson will join 185 male 
golfers— a record entry — in quest for Sir Edward 
Beatty Trophy in week-long event. Last year's 
runner-up. Bill McColI of Victoria, is entered. 


caught by cameraman just after check- 
ing into room at Empress Hotel. They 
are, left to right, Mrs. Mirnie Silva, 
Mrs. Hazel M. Jackson. . Mrs, H, A. 
Schmitt, and Mrs. Dorothy Moore. 


Twenty-third annual Empress golf 
tournament, which opens tomorrow 
morning at Colwood and Victoria Golf 
Clubs, has drawn large numbers of 
visiting golfers from Pacific North- 
west. Here, four Portland golfers are 


cord Entry of 291 ! Speaking Heard Portland Star, 

J I fy • ei ' 

Remains Unscored On 


Boh Schulte, hard throwing 
southpaw who won 10 gam*** 
for LewUton Iasi season, ha* 
hern sold to the ( algary 
Mlamprdera of the WIL by- 
San Diego. 


HOW THEY STAND 


BY IAN G LEND AY Lee St ell, Seattle: Bill McColI 

A record entry of 185 men Victoria; J. B- Rolling*. Sumner, 
and 106 women will lee-ott »T'VVtwhm*ton. and R M Kert ol 
two city course* tomorrow ' alpary. rate a.< the favorites 
mornmg in the qualifying round °n'a handicap basis, each play 
of the 23rd annual Empress wile to * three-handicap. 

Golf Tournament. I Seventy women golfers are 

Visitors began arriving In the ™^. a . ter * rt °. ul . of , ,oVV ] n 

city on Friday night for l.._ 
tourney, one of the highlights 
of the golf season in Victoria, 
and tnoxt of the out-of-town 
d. voter* had checked in by last will vie for honor* and six have 
night. 'come from Vancouver for the 

Male swingers will start 'the event. 

In ; grind which lead* to the Ed Thompson of Astoria. Ore- 
championship round next Satur- gun. will be defending the Sir 
day over the picturesque Vic- Edward Beatty Trophy. Battle 
torla Golf Club at 8 a.m to- fer the women's championship 
in irnw morning with 64 It wide open with defending 
qualifying for match play. champion Mrs. Onaugh Painter 
The women will tee off at of Colwood not competing this 
Colwood Golf Club at ‘.1 am year. 

for the first three day*, then Chief threat* for Mr* 
switch to the Oak Bay link* for Painter's vacant crown appear 
the final three days of play. |»« Mr* G. Greene of Seattle, 
i iurt it« fr VTitv 'a*! year's runner tip and Mrs. 

LARGE l‘A r.NTKw j c Babaon and Colwooa'a 

Of the total of 291 entries. Mr% n Rhv *. Joneil both w | th 
142 of them are from Canada handu . apB o( 
while the remainder are from Draw on Page 10. 


Harmon In 


Hit* Portland and Seattle having the 
largest representation* with 26 
and 12. respectively. 

Thirty -six Victoria golfers 


Carmen Rasilin trored a 
n In fit round technical knock- 
out over Carmine Flore in a 
scheduled 10 -round middle- 
weight fight at Syracuse. 


Taeorttopio Chuck Congdon 
yesterday won Washington Pro- 
fessional Golfers' Association 
title at Seattle by besting 
Yakima’s Joe Greer, 1 up. In ihc 
final. 


A seventh-inning snowstorm 
yesterday ended an exhibition 
baseball game between the 
Lewiston Broncs of the WIL 
and University of Idaho at 
Moscow. Idaho 


Additional Sport 
Pages 7, 9, 10. 11 


Victoria baseball fans 
are going (o get a chance 
to sec the 1953 edition of 
Type* in action twice be- 
fore the defending WIL 
champions open the sea- 
son against Spokane 
Royal- Athletic Park on 
Thursday, April 23. 

Rill Rridgewood an- 
nounced yesterday that 

arrangement* have been 
completed for the Tyees 
to play games against two 
teams from the senior 
division of the Victoria 
Amateur Baseball Associ- 
ation next week end. 

Farmers Const met ion 
will supply the opposition 
Saturday with Eagles fac- 
ing the pro club on Sun- 
day. Roth games will lie 
played at Royal Athletic 
Park starting at 2.30. 


Hockey Stores 


Earl E. Lewis has been ap- 
pointed presiding steward 
for l he Exhibition Park rar- 
ing vaxon at Vancouver. He 
•itirceeds At Hardy, whn Is 
devoting his time to Ills week- 
ly newspaper In the Interior. 


AEHEKNI, B.C. ( Cl* I— All- 
American Bob llouhrrgs of 
tile University of Washington 
poured 57 points through the 
hoop Saturday night as the 
Seattle AAU All-Stars swamp- 
ed the Alhernl Chieftains 
1 13-71. 

The rangey centre canned 
HR In the first half and 19 
in the second. Ira Whlttlm 
of Seattle University also had 
a good night, scoring 29 
points. 

High man for the Chief- 
tains waa Johnny Clark, of 
Victoria, with 11. 


Mrs. Nancy Craig Holds 
Western Paddle Laurels 


WimiN LX A ll DC 

Fdmunton » V»nrou*#r I 
iKilmnnton itarti 


wrerra* moaiii jrsioa 

a> Itonirar, * Lathbrida* • 

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WfaTTIN CANADA IK TIB MAPI ATI 

Kmart 4 PunoX* J 

-Kaitnra Irad* •*»»» mi!** J-tl. 


the Hay Street Armory Friday , , . ‘ . ' 

n l B h. bv posting . 3B2 nf . "" '* « >” r > 

pos.lblr •OOlror. ”^ r *" nn »^nu B h »l.<-nrt»ncb 

* had Increased to 446.554 over 

Canadian Scottish C «d"l» season'* 277.816 
finished second with 369; South waa 

Vancouver Island Junior rang " 

er* wound up third with 366 1 baric* A ' Kid Nichols. one 

and Rainbow Sea Cadet* fin- nf ba*e hall's all time great right 
Ished last with 363 handers, died at Kansas City 

Rod Wilson of the rangers V'Mterday. He was 83 He pitched 
and Cp|. Doug Green of the 3fif» wln,! - including 50 shutouts, 
winning team tied for top In • lengthy malor league career. 


A new Western Canada men's nin 
open single* table tennis chant- wa* 
plon wa* declared at the Victoria ( 

I -aw n Tenn** and Ftadmlnlon , 
Cluh a* ihc three day tourney t-*i< 
concluded last night. ,l ; ^ 

Ike Benevlste of Portland. Pa- c?*n 
rifle Northwest men's single* S| yJ 
champion, edged defending < i*f* 
champion Art Ngal of Victoria 5! f - : ,! 
in a torrid flve-sei final. 22 20, fr «" 
22 20. 7 21, 19 21, 21 17 ’’i,', 

Mrs Nanry Craig of Victoria "•£ 
successfully defended her wo- e»n 
men'* open singles crown by 
turning hack Val Druoe nf Vic 
torla, 21 17, 21 16. 21 14. 

In tpe men'* open doubles 
championship, the Vancouver 
pair of Sam Houston and Fred 
Ward edged Art and Ed Ngal nf 
Victoria, 15 21, 18-21. 21 13. 21 16. 

21 19 

Mixed doubles championship 
went to Art Barren and Belly 
Niehol* of Vancouver, whn de- 
feated Ed Ngal and Mr*. Druce, 

21 18. 21 18. 21-15. 

BenevlMe captured the Blrk* 
Trophy for his victory over 
Ngal. The Stacey Trophy, for 
merly awarded to the winner 
of the men * o|>en event, wa* 
retired hv Art Barren for win 


ATTENTION 

BOWLERS 


Open Rowling at 

ESQUIMALT 

BOWlAONOMf 

An Next Week 
April 1 1 - Iff 

( all G MM 
For Reservation* 


riremen ivtiss 
Cellar Finish 
Soots Protest 


A meeting of the Victoria 
and District Football Associ- 
ation will he held Thursday at 
the British Public .School* Club 
starling at 8 p m. All team* are 
requested to have delegates In 
at tendance. 


Harlem Globe Trotters took 
an 1 1 -A lead over the College 
All-Star* In their exhibition 
basketball lour hv scoring an 
M SA victory at St. l.oul* be 
fore IK, .16.1 fan*, largest bas- 
ketball crowd In St. I mil* 
history. 


.Ilm Corklp, playing in a four 
Rome with Alan Senior. Geoff 
Beech and Ted Bradshaw, ared 
hi* shot on the 182-yard, second 
hole yesterdav in become the 
first golfer of 1953 to record a 
hole in one at Gorge Vale Golf 
Club 


FINAL STANDINGS 10 a.m. All last vear'i player* 

m. WfiimiDiiir i» m « • « P i )• P m and anyone interested are asked 

parth ii t i j n ii Hi to attend 

VICTORIA 14 I • J *1 11 l»' _ _ 

V*n>-auv»r air 14 * • I 11 I* 11 

ii a • j n « ii ___ _ _ 

a< Andr*»« II I ■ 1 II M II BB - 

A protest lodged by St. An |£ t~f Orfffllli 

drew* may decide whether the 

Scot* or Vancouver F'lrefighters I TY31 

will meet Dominion Hotel, win V . J I L 

new of the "B" division, In i f JL Ilvi 

relegation promotion series In 

the Coast Soccer League. Nominees for the std 

Firefighters chfeber over St >lrmwlal Tn , phv 

Andrew* Into fifth place In the 

final league match at CallUter ru ~ * n ‘* h ' whrn 

Park yesterday hv blanking P*» Horgan and Max Zabel 
Vancouver City. 2 0. on second- were nominated In letter* to 
half goals by Art Hughe* and ||M . i>bJ| C okml*t .porta de- 
Dave Redllne. before 1.W0 partment. 

ape. lalnr*. Horgan. manager of the 

St. Andrew* thu* finished in yidorla Kin*, wa* named bv 
last place, but have protested 4 4 <;a | hra „ h 174ft Nrwton 
the result of their last game Awi|ll fnr hU ^ ff „ rt , , n 
• g.in*i New Westminster, „ ta . llve ^ nlor b ., kH . 
which the Royal, won. 4 3. h .„ , n , hr clly . 

The protest will be heard today. /mM WH nnmln .,^ hy 
Should the protest he thrown 6 u w ., kry Quadra 

out It Ison t referee* de street, for his work In connee- 
cLion In awarding Royals a - 

then the Scot* will play n . nr , 


MEMORIAL ARENA 


THURSDAY, Al’KI 
AT 8 P.M. 

w*is i ; vikt 

LUTHER UNOkAT n. WALTER KAMARI 

«t mi wais— i»*v» jont »» a»o » sokoc.kb 
• ru ial — saowen m ris« ii «• wn bittai. 
nrivx- rut ntr.An** «• a** onanos 

TlrfeStt A’XUkte al NraMItsA *«t Hl« «l 

BlataUa II H — <. *!*•»»! II M 


Tentative playing datoi and 
• be draw fnr Vancouver 
Island Province (up play 
were announi-ed yesterday by 
Sam Smith, secretary to Pal 
Mill rahy. Island representa 
five of the B.C. Frmfhail Crtrn- 
mlsslon* 

Eight teams — Ylrtorla 
United and Nanaimo Flagle* 
In addition lo the *U lean>> 
from the \ Irfnria and Dis- 
trict Football Assor-ialion — 
have entered the provincial 
championship competition. 

Heaney* drew United In 
th«* first match while Wests 
and Nanaimo dash tn the sec- 
ond. Artanar* meet P-.quImaM 
In a third quarter-final and 
Civil Service and Canadian 
Senttlsh meet in the fourth 
Semi-finals nil Ihe Heaneva- 
Inlted winner against Ihe 
A d»nar« Esonlmalt survivor. 

First match I* tentatively 
slated for Hrywood Avenue 
next Safurdav with Ihe sec- 
ond on Hondav at the iame 
r* mind*. The other onarter 
flnsl* are Killed for the fnl 
lowtnr week end at Her wood. 


lion with Ihe Victoria Furling 
('lob. 

The pair Join Archie McKin- 
non, George Fi»dr, Margaret 
Todd, Gar Taylor, and Alex 
Macdonald a* nominees for 
the trophy, which Is awarded 
annually tn the person Judged 
to have made the greatest 
contribution lo amateur sport 
In Victoria during Ihe past 
sport* year. 

The trophy I* In honor nf 
the late Kid Thomas.. former 
spurts editor of Ihe Daily 
Unionist and was donated hy 
Brock Whitney. 


Winner of Ihe trophy will 
receive a miniature for per- 
manent |M>s*ession and a 
suitably engraved wrist watch 
from the Daily UoInnM. 

The writer of the best nom- 
inating letter will l*e awarded 
two season passes to all home 
games of Ihe Victoria Tyees. 

Entries will he received hy 
the sport* department of 
• be Daily Colonist until mid 
Might, April W. A panel of 
three Judges will then pick the 
winner on the basis of the 
information supplied In the 
letters. 


Nooke Loses 

In B.C. Final 
To Kamloops 


LACROSSE 1 


SEASON TICKETS 

On Kale, t ommenrlng Monday, April 18. at Memorial 
Arena Office Dally, 4 a.m lo A p.m. 
Saturdays, • un. to 12 Noon. 


'd the British 
"C" men* 
basketball championship at 

wan otto#* n, * ht dropptng • 

w X1A2 d( , c|R|on , 0 fh# home teurh 

but winning the two game, total- 
ts. point aerie*, 93-88. 

The Interior team took the 
^ first game Friday night. 51-fI. 

> Sookt held a 22 19 lead at the 

half and was pressing strongly 
third and fourth quarters 
/ VT L.n. -op. Giles 

v. « «* p-ti-oi n c.ik • a • 

< X. TT 1 DmMi V WI'D.IM-’' |» * ..n| CUT. #•<! 
^TWriTi MfCn-«*n • T*i. 

440, J- J / X.m.nsfM r H.v IS n «1U. It 
UH •» I K«h. M 7.»n» » M Jr.hr. 

43 j; «-n R cronis 1 Til. «1 

A meeting nf the Vicfnn* and 
jzxj ;. .,y United Booster Club has hw-i H*»- 

.-ailed for tomorrow night at 4 Sati 
(• tn m the Elk* Hall, Cor Wei 
**' ’ morant Street. Ilth 


foal 

a be*t-of three «erle* to deoide 
which team plays in the "A" 
division next season 

First game will he Wednes- 
day at Calllster Park If the 
Scot* lo.*e the proteat. 


REMEMBER — Season reservation* guarantee 
same seat* for all Intercity league game*. 
Exhibition and Plavoff* at the Memorial Arena 

MANN ClIP FINALff IN THE WEHT 
THIS YEAR 


NO ADVANCR IN PRICES — I WAYS TO SLY 
—Cash. 16 game* $12 00 per seat 
j- Deposit on bun 4 game* at $3 00 per aeat. thf 

f lck up and pay for your reservation* for tf 
2 preceding game*. 


BERKELEY, Calif. (API — 
Queens University Rugby Club 
of Belfxat. Ireland, defeated the 
UnfvenKy of California team 
Saturday, 2141 

Queen* methodically moved 
ahead ol California'* early 34) 

k«4 


IwONDON f AP 


Pegasus a 
■ er team made up nf the 
t nlaver* nn the Cambridge 
I Dyford Vsrslfle* cru«hed 

ewirh and rarke*ton, 64) 
urday before tnn.nnn fan* In 
mhly Stadium for ihe Eng 
i Association Cup. 


VlriorU Memorial Arena. IIZ 3 Btanshard St. — G 15*2 







I 





Dail^ (Enloniflt Victoria. B.C U Sm^ April 12. 19S3 9 


Western Canada Table Tennis Champs 


ason 


the manyer 


wan shaping up at workouts j 
and predicted a fine season (or ' acIU8 
the wearers o' the green. 

Jl'ST AS STRONG aw-Uv 

“Except for Norm Baker and result 
Darrell Popham. we have the 
same club which ilnished nn top 
la«t season*' McMillan pointeJ 
out. “And while we are bound 
to miss Norm and Darrell. I 
feel that our new players and 
the new spirit on the club Will 
make up for iheir loss " 

The Rocks are working out 
regularly at Memorial Arena 
with 26 pla>ers listed as trying 
out for the 18 berths available. 

One of the more important 
policy changes this season has 
been the decision to carry «he 
league limit of 18 players for 
the full season. Each club Is al 
lowed only 1.1 players in addi 
rg tiun to lu- 


men's ojien singles champion. Gerry 
Addv of Vancouver, B.C. singles cham- 
pion; Art N'gai of Victoria, defending 
champion who was defeated by Bone- 
viste, and Sam Houston, former junior 
champion of Ireland. 


Western Canada table tennis cham- 
pionships wound up at Victoria Lawn 
Tennis and Badminton Club last night 
with four of top players in three-day 
tourney shown above. They are. left 
to right; Ike Benevisle of Portland. 


Nancy Craig of Virtoria, left, captured her second 
straight women's open singles championship by 
defeating Victoria’s Val Druee. right, in straight-set 
final. Laurie Greenwood won veterans’ singles’ title 
by trimming Jim Hair of Vancouver. 


TITAN 

POWER SAWS 


“Dollar* flu Father at Vour 
Friendly Home Gan Dealer" 


o enalkeepers for each 
* a an game hut may carry five extra 
players on it* roster Baker 

. # pointed out that an injury to 

~ Whitev Severson ruined the 

Rocks in the playoffs in 1951 
* IV L 7 and an Injury to Norm Baker 
made a big difference last a *a- 
•n and even Ca son and stated: "We don’t want 

P players who ,hat ,0 ha PP** n »***" We Intend 
to have a strong bench .' 1 

for 'he game Shamrork ofrtrialJi pre 

w»\ from he thal Victoria fans would 

r " n "\ u f " ee an brand of 

be heard shout | acroiw * this season. Thev 

1 ! , h * ! , i yrr ? ported out that Nanaimo! 

- v n ra , n 8 Native Sof»«, have been strength- 
ened by the addition of several 

tw- «“?”“! •'»” »nd 

would no longer be the push- 

I V.Tirli “air’c ov, ' rs ° r old and tn efforts 
M«rintir«, roo- being made to have Mainland 

PU..U oritnw. [ cam * ,lo ? r ,hp,r line ups 

at t.*urrni, Hiii- for victoria games. 

r * In past seasons. Mainland 

)ini««-» D.»k», w.r- club*, content only to qualify 

aiorry un«m.n for ,hp playnffs. often played 
am uurriKin at Memorial Arena minus some 
■ ln *j sj V Rnonn, of their best talent. To en 

oo^chJSwn. llll c °" r ** p them to bring their 
n 1* «v best clubs, the Rocks have 

rarinc i M*«ir»«t. offered winning teams an extra 
Mirk^iu 7. it per cont of Victoria receipts* 

KUk.r »n«i «.,.*» , hiH doesn't work, the Sham 
roririi % B- on rock* will carry their case to 

“‘srm.lJon. uVb ,hP a,k, "R for a "P rl 

1 1501 rnand for the first offense and a 

min,,,. -Hr fjne (or , hp Jwnnd 


Sales and 
Service 


Ton* v 

onir 

• JO » m H ihampionOUp far 
•olfrr* •tth h»nrtlr«p, of III ind 
o««t Uiiiarm- aoil Club 

8 • o> Quaiifyinc round of V»n- 
rou,rr oprn tournournt. 

Ouffr Vole Club 
SOCCER 

5 |> in eir»i divuioa fiBAl it* 
Wnlitakrr Cup Army. N»>v k Air 
rote* V*U t» WIcuV.ii P»rk 

■rcond dlriuan (Inal for H- H B*«»n 
Trophf Dolt a |tl*ctrlr .« Kag>». 
Oi>p*f Bracon Hill onPibHknn Bid- 
r.< a Trtu Tuan *» u.r«|ri ii&juour 
Hl*h firhoot ai'lcrt War Mrmoual 
P»r» 

1 30 p m Junior divtuon. Victoria 
Comninr, »• Tnileum AUllrlie CTiib 
L.i»rr Beacon Hill 
I 10 u m V.rtoria and Dlontf At 
t*. iau.ni Stiiulaaai: at Canadian 

(B-r-ttllh HryWood Arrnua Para 

urn isn 

• *> o m Continual ton of plar at 
Victoria Curllna Club. Quadra Street 


MONTREAL Eddie Sand- * Ney 
ford * two goals te<l Boston tlil( jjp 
Bruins to a M viqjory over 
Montreal CuiatUcns before w,r, ' r 
U.408 Forum fans Iasi night to T/* 14 
leave the teams deadlocked at Z. "/ ' 
one game each In the best of L u k 
seven Stanley Cup hockey final 1 
Bruins came back with a ‘ 
show of scoring strength after ,ra n 
dropping Thursday s game and 
then tossefi up a solid defensive fre," c 
barrier that stopped Canadiens. 
HENRY FOR HENRY 

(muniv 

Boston lost its regular goalie Mont 
Sugar Jim Henry, late In the 
first period when he wrenchetl 
his left ankle, but his successor, Ear 
Gordon "Red 1 ' Henry, took right 
up where Sugar Jim left off. nr»' 
Red was beaten early in the a »ndr< 
second period by Bert Olmstead 
for t anndlens only goal when ar>r<) 
Bruins had a two-goal lead. otm*u 
scored in the opening period by B iom 
l^eo l«abme and Sandford, 

I’he game, which frequently n.hmi 
had the crowd clamoring for 
action, became rougher as it ford 
went along and several rough 
ing and high-sticking penalties y* 
were followed by it slugging Ij 
match between Sandford and ll 
Dickie Moore Both drew ma If 
jors for fighting. Earlier, do- If 

the |( 


BY JIM TANG free kirk near the end of tr.e 

Adanacs moved Into the Jack- Hr®* and hi» teammates 

,, .. . . „ , . . pressed for a In minute stretch 

,o„ ( up final a, Rny.l Aml.M.c ^ m |h| , ha| , wll|uml 

Park yesterday afternoon by ablo lo flnish a scontig 

etlging Civil Service. 2-1. on a play Al , he pnd however, 

cold and wlnd-swepl pitch, Adanacs were in control with 

Winners will meet Canadian iheir opponents unahle to make 
Scottish for possession of the the most of the advantage of 
silverware at a date and sue the stiff breeze, 
to he announced. 

A better club on the day’* 
play, Adanacs deserved tneir 
margin. They w?re the more 
dangerous on attack and their 
defense, anchored by centre- 
half John Weldon, a former 
Scottish Junior International 
who would not look out of 
place on any Coast League 
club, only had sporadic 1 rouble 
with a punchless Civil Service 
forward line 
LACK COHESION 

The losers, although holding 
an edge at the siart of each 
half, lacked cohesion and drive. 

They were prone to dawdle 
with the ball ton long and 
many of their attack* wcie 
broken up before they got 
properly marled The 1 ivil 
Service defense stood up well 
enough hut the forward line 
could not mount any sustained 
or organized attack. 

Civil Service opened t h e 
scoring at 20 minutes on a play 
started by left half Harold Not- 
royd. a promising youngster 
who wa* one of his club’s bet- 
ter player* yesterday. Holro>d 
fed to inside left Archie Mc- 
Millan and leftwinger Ah 
Travis cut In close to take Mc- 
Millan's pas*. Goalie John 
Moss got his hands on Travis' 
high drive but couldn't keep t 
out. teams for thp league title will 

t ASH flag kick *** held al a la,Pr f 1 *’** 

It was all even a minute later ,n }"* d ‘v»*ion semi final 
when Adanacs connected from ma, '. h ’ KaRle * hI *"ked Shep 
a well placed curving flag kick hPrd * , ^ 1 Hollywood 
la ken by Jim Davison. BUI Park ,n * f,vanr e Into vhe final 
Johson turned the ball against against Heaney’s next week end. 
the upright and rugged Ken I° r Clark- 
Grtffin bustled the rebound 


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First Victoria Bonspiel 
Hopes To Draw 60 Kinks 


Victoria’s first bonspiel will west competing 
open on April 20 at the Victoria $2,nnn of prizes. 
Curling Club with rink* from club officials 
all parts of the Pacific North- moit . iq an ^ 

« tent 


hope to draw 
rinks for the 
which will end on Fri- 
day. April 24. with between 15 
and 20 entries having been re- 
ceived to dalp and the number fenseman Hal Layroe 
growing dally. * ~ Bruins was given a misconduct 

Date of the bonspiel wn* penalty for arguing with referee 
picked for a specif |r reason The Red Storey. 

Seattle ’spiel winds up April 19 SCHMIDT HELPS 
and club official* hope to ntlract ( , . 

entries from the Seattle cluh. R | 

iManv out-of town golfers are '' 

* cornp 

expected to stay over from the . . 

Empress Golf Tournament pl ^ n 

whlrh rlo.ses on the IRth. ’ ,n< ^ 

To date, entries have been "7 * 

received from Victoria. Na ' 
naimo and Vancouver, with Port u . , I Tlrtr 
Allierni, Duncan and Seattle ‘ ,n ’ 1 
rinks promising to compete in c,ose ’ lf 
the evpnf. I>adilne for rmk 1 ?**)?**- 
entries has been set for the 15th ’ ,n ' 

The lionspiel will he divided p, r , 0< 

Into four event* with the Grand ' 

Ghallenge Trophv. donatetl by " v, ’ r 11 
A Cordick Cup. Max 73^1 of lhp Dominion ,ory - * 

^ Hotel, being the top lure for the 

curlers 

In addition there will be the 
Colonist Challenge Cup T. 

Eaton Cup and Ker Stephenson 
Trnphv a* well as the Blrks 
Trophy for the grand aggre- 
gate event, which will go to the 
rink winning the most games 
in the 'spiH 

Play will open on April 20 
with two shifts, the first start- 
ing at fi-15 p.m. and the second 
at 9 p m From there, play will 
open earh day at Ram and 
continue through until 10 p.m. 

Prizes will be on display In a 
window of a down town paint 
•Uore on Yates street from Fri- 
day until the start of the 
bonspiel. 

This bonspiel will mark the 
close of. curling at the Vlt'loria 
cluh for »he sen'-nn. The ice 
will then he taken out und the 
building made ready for various 
summer shows including a sec 
tion of the B.C. Products Fair 
and a motor and boat show-. 


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arcs 


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£ ' Draw and starting times (or 

rifl # d\ i*o tomorrow a qualifying round in 

I I i ill I IV* ill I *1 IWUO 1 Empress golf tournament at the 

1 rnln VjIPIII II III \JilIH t I Victoria Golf Club follow*: 

• MEM 

BY II AKOI.I) V. RATLIFF ’Tell everybody hello." WU 100 w “ u " r# ,l, ' ; * B «*>• 
BEAUMONT^ Tex l API— * 1 ] Mrs. Zaharias had to say 
Bi.be DUlrlkson Zaharla. who (rom „„ , lawor ,„ nkrd ra)m 
never was stopped by anything 

on the athletic field, met her when informed of what the di 
match Saturday when physi- agnosia showed, 
elans found she had a malignant Only Sunday, the Babe had 
condition, obviously cancer, and won her second golf tournament 
must undergo a major opera- of the year— the Babe Z fttu 
tlon. Open, named for her- here. 


Ktmp <1* 


148 O Lrda«r -Mil : J. J. Ciulca <10i 


J D Cordoia 14 


M Prior I Vie), Mr* S. Comp iBakti 


greatest athletic career of any 


lops Medal nay i d ^ n,he I w 1 ‘ n *- 

1 J Several players on troth teams 

1 t,,e Mrs. G. Silburn won the sliver tecelved minor injuries the 
division of a women’s monthly most serious being a had gash 
' will medal competition at ihe under the eye of JBAA'x Ted 
break Upland* Golf Club Friday by Marlin, hut the squads finished 
eived posting a 96-17-79. Winner of the game 15 aside, 
ween ihe bronze division was Mrs. John Skillings converted a irv 
smen T. W. Walker with a 10141 67. by Don Wilkie in «he first half 

to put Ihe second division Oars- 
team Colombia In Souih America men Into a 5-0 lead and Skillings 
rophy has a factors’ capable of con- and Kay Dagg of Vancouver 
year ert^ng 1.000 sharks a day into traded penalty kicks in the 
team meat and oil. second half. 


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n J Hlrbeil* Ift. R A. William. *A»l >. Mr* U 

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woman— a career that spanned 
two decades and took her from 
teenage stardom In the Olym- 
pic Games to the pinnacle of 
golf and excellence in any sport 
she ever tried. 

Mrs. Zaharias heard the fate 
ful words at noon when the re- 
stills of tests by five physicians 
Were announced. 

NO ASSURANCE , 

The operation is to be per- 
formed in about five days and 
the physicians said they thought 
It would correct the condition 
“but whether It will return is 
something else again." 


poured into Babe's hospital 
room All expressed hopes for 
her quick recovery from the 
malady. 

Here with the Babe l* her ° 
husband. 300-pound former 
wrestler George Zaharias "This >«. 

Is a terrible thing. " he said. If | 

Messages and telephone calls • 
coming to the Babe In the three 
days she has been here have tin i 
included Boh Hope. Craig Wood, 3 l ^ 0€ , 
Grantland Rice and Fred Cor- >« u 
coran. manager of the women's 
golf tour. Betty Dodd, one of '*»< i 
the players on the tour, has n, o 
come here to be with the Babe , 


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big relieved by Ewell Black- 
well. 

Chicago White Sox unloaded 
11 hits off four opposing 
pitchers to blank their ultra-city 
rivals, the Chicago Cubs. 6^). 
before 7,800 fans at Comiskey 
Park. White Sox pitchers have 
now thrown shutout ball for 
the last 29 innings. 

Linescores follow; 


Jack Kramer. 6 1. 7-5 tonight 
and cut the American’s lead in 
their professional tennis tour 
39 to 28. 

Pancho Segura downed Aus- 
tralia's Ken McGregor 6-4. 2 6. 
6 3 In the preliminary to lake a 
50 to 17 aeries margin. 


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MONTREAL <BUPl — Here 
Is the sixth annual all-star NHL 
tram picked by fans in a survey 
mahe by the Hockey News: 

First team: Goal, Sswchuk. 
Detroit; defense, Kelly Detroit, 
and Harvey. Montreal; center. 
Markell, Boston; wings, Howe 
and Lindsay. Detroit. Coach — 
Abel. Chicago. 

Except for the center slot, 
voted to Elmer Lach last year, 
the team Is exactly the same. 
Dick Irvin was voted coach of 
the year In the 1952 survey. 

The second team: Goal. Mc- 
Neil. Montreal; defense. Quack- 
enbush. Boston, and Thomson, 
Toronto; center. Ronty. New 
York; wings. Richard and Olm- 
stead. Montreal. 


Twin S«lk 
for Comfort 


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Value 

$545 


CALL SOFTBALL PRACTICE 

Red Sox senior women's soft- 
ball team will hold a workout at 
Central Park this morning at 
10.30 a m. All last year’s play- 
eis and any others interested 
are urged to attend. 


TWH SALES 

for Th ire tfcf Comfort 


FOR EVERYONE AT 


To some lucky 
person goes this 
EMERSON ••20” 
Television r o m- 
plete with match- 
ing cabinet base. 


One of the biggest major improvements in 
hosiery since the Reverend William Lee 
invented a machine for knitting stockings in 
1589 is PENMANS 2-SOLE SOCKS ... now 
ready for the man on the street 
For H4 years. PENMANS have pioneered im- 
provement* in comfort and quality in knit 
underwear, hoeiery and outerwear. 

Developed after years of aludy and experimenta- 
tion. PENMANS 2-SOLE SOCKS actually hava 
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are no heavier than the conventional type, and 
may be worn with any regular style shoe. The 
rough pebbly surface of the conventional sole is 
now reversed to give you a smooth comfortable 
surface next to your foot. 

PENMANS exclusive method uses a finer, 
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feet. The sole fabric has a new elasticity that 
strrlches with foot movement* when you walk. 
PENMANS 2-SOLE SOCKS are real lien t, poroua 
and self-ventilating . . . cooler in summer, 
warmer in winter. 

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been applied for to cover new, exclusive comfort 
features . . ; Available only in PENMANS 

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next week . . . Empresa Tour- 
nament Goir with entries from 
Los Angeles to Montreal. 


• It's R'tlf clothes too , 4 but 
when our American guests walk 
Into 921 Government Street. I 
wager Tyrol Shoe*, alpaca 
sweaters, alrcord slacks, tartan 
tarns, all take a back seat to . 77 
deerstalkers . . . ’specially If 
there’8 * brisk breeze blowing 
off the sea, 


A GOODWILL GESTURE 
FROM DAVIS MOTORS 


• Prince Philip wears a deer- 
stalker. Sherlock Holme*, has 
worn one all his fictional life. 
Pat Hrewsier. raconteur and 
guide extraordinary In the Ca- 
nadian Rockies has had his 
17 years, wear# it six different 
wsvs snd figures It's good for 
another decade 


Everyone has an opportunity to win this $545 Emer- 
son 20-inch television set absolutely free . . . our way 
of saying thank you for the wonderful public accept- 
ance of Davis Motors “goodwill” used cars. Come and 
see our wide selection of used cars and pick up your 
ticket for your chance on the television sot. No strings 
attached — You don’t have to buy a thing. 


• Traditional British hcadgcAr, 
as the narnr Implies, dcerstalk 
*r* were once worn when per- 
suing the (nil red deer In the 
Scottish Highlands Now they 
•re worn when stalking small 
white balls or for other outdoor 
pursuits. 


A SvMBOl Of QUALITY 


See the full column list of today's 
better Used Car Buys in the classi- 
fied section. 


• Women have tsken to them 
too . . . maybe at first to show 
that what men wear well, they 
do better . . . now because 
they're so darn comfortable. 


FUL THE DIFFERENCE 


Yours for Stralth's 
(and deerstalkers) 


QUADRA ST 









National 

Trust 

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tO«MNT limit#'® 


(Colonist Victoria. B C.. Sun.. April 12. 1953 


O.C. Soccer 
Leaders 


BV JOK KKUULLK a host of spectators of Italian Rod Ruffing with questions ‘They had better pitchers than 
DAYTONA BKAC11. Fla. 'ancestry. Damp director Tony He's a wonderful boy." I in the federation. My friend, 

i AP* — Life would* be mrrtpleie Pianowski says hardly a half, Glorloso is a strapping lad. Romano Lachl of the Roma 
lor Quito Cesare Glorloso if he hour 8'*** b > <51uJlo doesn't | lft * U nds six feet and weighs u'lub. C4,1 « Tagliaboschi of the 

could realize one more ambition, receive a telephone call Irom a aboul j«>o pounds. Voted the Nettuno Club and Lefty DodJch. 
The young Italian baseball well-wishing Italian family in- milM valuable player In the an American soldier with the 
player, working out wit$i Cleve- vdtmg him to dinner Italian baseball federation he Trieste Yankees, were belter 

land farmhands at the Indian*' "lie's the most popular kid was rewarded with n trip to the pitchers than I was. 1 didn t 
Minor League Training 'base in c;unp." said Pianowski. United Stale* and a trial with know about it until our man- 
here, would return home to his “Everybody Is crazy about hint, the Indians. agrr. Ken Opsteln. former 

native Rome the happiest j>er- If he doesn't make any of our The Malian government spoil- American newspaperman now 
•on In the world if he could see clubs. It ci*iialnly won't be for sored the trip. ,n U.S embassy in Paris came 

Bob Feller, his idol, pitch in a 1. tk ol trying. He's the first “I don't know why they pick- m,? hist January S and said. 


WuJ»*i l.aniKton W II II 

Pr«*io«t No i tli End II 11 

Ar»*nal If H 

Bvrnln 

W*»i llromw Irh Albton II 1 I 

II 

MfUltld United 31 10 

II jdd*r«II*ld Tu*n 32 I 

I-uiun Tuan -- 22 • 

I'lrmuuth Artel* I* I 

NoiUrithtm Por*4l II I 

DOiaWa III. taulbrrn H*i-tl*n 
H ratal Ku wm 13 I 

Millw.ll 32 II 


tOS'DOK * Reuters » Arsenal 
today made & determined bid 
lor the English league Division 
I soccer championship with a 
4 2 victory ut Manchester City. 
The win 


rivioou'h A I Br*n«t»r<i I 
D.)'ii*rli*ni U 4. UvoriiUI U * 
hi.aUiamuIon 1 UllCQlll C • 

W»»l HUI 0 0 MUfldwi T I. 

DiiIim. II1-S«IM»» 

Ald»rsh«< 0 Tursutv » 3 
It* t.lal f< 0- Watford 3 
CUtAMtar C J Bruo.1 1 


lied the Gunners 


OtUlutnnui 1 Uunru.niuuOi 3 


go to America to a 


Hr it oil Cllr — II 14 

Dlriiln III. N*r«b*rn 4 mII»b 

bldntm Athletic 31 

Fort Vtlf It 

Winhtm 11 

York CUr II 

Orioubr Town II 

ACOmsil LXAGI'C 
Dl. I.l*a -A" 

rm nr* . ii 

l|il>*(nitn It 

OltMicw H» firm ll 

Dundtt 0 

Ctltl* II 

Hamilton Artd.mi. ti« lo 

Surlln# Albion _ it 

Kilmarnock III 

Am lln>i*d 
Aibrn.ib 


behind Wolverhampton Wan 
ilerers and a single* point hack 
ol Preston North End. The 
leaders drew today 1-1. 

A.senal Is In a strong position, 
with a game in hand over 
Preston and three games over 
Wolverhampton 
STOKK IN LPNKT 

Big upset of the day w is 
lowly Stoke n 1 0 victory over 
sixth-place Charlton Athletic 


"I have always what you say. 
adored Bob Feller," the 22- 
year-old Glorloso, a righthanded 
pitcher, said, in surprisingly 
good English. 

"He is like a god to me. I 
, 7 have read his books, ‘How to 
]• Pitch' and •Strikeout King' so 
ii many times, I know every word 
u by heart I have learned much 
from tlum I would give any- 
i ii n thing to see him pitch. I have 
copied myself after him. I try 
to pitch the same way, with the 
same motion, the same delivery. 
My— great ambition Is to be 
known as 'the Italian Bob 
Feller'." 

Glorloso i* an engaging young 
man with a great deal of charm 
and a delightful personality. 
Although he has been working 
out here for four weeks, no- 
body knows ju*t how good a 
pitcher lie is. but everybody 
likes him. He's made numerous 
friends among the 300-some-odd 


Millwall « t*ou«h»n-J U l 
Nurwich C & Crystal F I 
Qi M»n ■ P M 0 Leyton O I. 

H**i1ln» 0. Whilst! 0 
Shr*w«-jury T 3 Ipawleb T 3 
ftwindun T 2 NorinampUin T • 

Dlilil.n III— Narlhrra 

Accrington 1, Bradford C 1 
Barrow I. 8*iu»hpnrt 1 
Bradford 3 Port V*l» 2 
t'lir •!* r f t*l<4 3 Darlln*ti-ri • 

Urlmu.v T 1 Carlo * tl 1 
Hallfaa T 1 H'.o- »•,.<•?! 0 
M*n«ft*ld T 1 HcunUiirne U 0 
Oldham A 2 C)i**t*r I 
Tracmtr* K 2 0 

Wvrkiriglon 1 Ki/Clidatr 2 
Wixiiam i Cr*w ai»i o 

SCOTTISH UAGJ * 

Dltlilaa A 

A bard* rn I Hlnamlari I 
Alrdrlt.mlan* I Qurrn et A 1 
Olllr J St Mirim 1 
Partfek T I, Kangrr* 3 
Kami It 3. Clrd* 2 

Ulritla. B 

Alloa 1. Rllrlli.* A 2 
Duutrnnlin* 1 Queen • P 3 
Porlar A 5. S«*nhnu’* i i*u«r • 
Kilmarnock 4. Albion It 9 
Morion « Ayr 11 I 
St Johnatocia 0. llanitUun A 3 
rooTBALL ASSOCIATION AMATtt'S 
ire II44L 
tfarwtrtt 0 Pr|i ui 9 

3 KIKNtiLV MATCH 
Dundee 3 Palkrra ii _____ .. 

IDIOM Uti.lC 
Ard» 0 Porladc-wi. 0 
Ballrmri'a 4. Dairy o 
Coleraine 0 Ltnfl»'d 3 
Cruaadrra 4 Cl40»n«>li* 3 

Oianavou U. Diaitilnry 1. 

Olrtiatnn C Dl.tltltry I 
Oltnturan 9. Bao|or 9 


school with ihe Cleveland In- place club, tie did even better 
dlans?’ " In 1952. winning 12 and losing 

Glorloso began playing base- three. 


REVERSIBLE 

AUTO SI AT 
P; COVERS 


IF RUPTURED 


Victoria Constituency 


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NAME 


•aptain. Roy 


negro 


Brown, pulled' his team away 
irom the threat of relegation 10 
Division II when he headed a 
ball which trickled into the 
Charlton net. 

In Division It. Sheffield 
United remained on top with a 
scoreless tie at Leicester City. 
Bunnerup Huddersfield crept 
to within three points by blank 
log Wnst Hnm United i-0 

Bristol Rovers took a -3 0 
blanking from Watford but re 
tains leadership of Division III 
South. Millwall blasted Crys- 
tal Palace 4 1 to edge within 
four points of the Rovers. 

Oldham continued its winning 
ways in Division III North. d» 
feating Gateshead 2 1 to stay 
three points ahead of Wrexham, 
which downed Crewe Alexandra 
in. 

East Flfp was Idle but stayed 
atop Scottish league Division 
A by h single point Hibernians 
are second after drawing 1-1 at 
Aberdeen 
rals blanked Si 


Remember When 


NOMINATING 

CONVENTION 

CRYSTAL GARDENS 
LOWER BALLROOM 

Monday, April IS. H.Ofl p.m 


New York lUnger* defeated 
Toronto Maple l>afs 1-0 after 
eight minutes of overtime to 
win the Stanley C-up, 20 years 
ago today. New York won 
the series by three games to 
one. The winning goal was 
fired |>a*t Lome Chain* hy 
Bill Cook, now Rangers' 
roach. The Rangem have 
won the cup once since then 


t>*l*gal«» l*lra»* Coai* Early 
and H*«iai*r 


ADDRESS 


Cleveland farmhands as well a* 


THIS SPRING — When Converting, Changing or Installing a New Heating System 
^ CHECK _ 


Hamilton Academi- Duncan, starting at 8 p.m. 

Johnstone 20 Election of officers, financial 
to retain n one point lead over report and general business will 
Stirling Albion in Scottish be (be main topics on the 
league B AlbiwWctowned Alloa agenda. 

Athletic 31 


L P . Lotblnlere Lane 
JuL '52 to Mar. *53. 414 gal. $73.27 
CJL, Llnwood Ave. 

May '52 to Feb. '53. 341 gal. $60.35 
G.A.J., Tatlersal Dr 
Jul. '52 to Feb. '53, 467 gal.. SR2.R5 
C.C.G.. Tavlor St. 

.Tun. '52 to Feb '53. 301 gal. $53 27 
J A W.. Carrlck St. 

Jun. '52 to Mar. 53, IK3 gal. $85. 19 
R.R., Chandler St. 

Jul. *52 to Mar. '53, 456 gal. $S0 71 

F. J.R., Oliver St. 

Aug. '52 to Mar. '53. 507 gal $89 73 

G. I.B.. Hillside Ave. 

Aug. '52 to Mar. '53. 521 gal $92.21 
G E.M., Vtmy Ave. 


If BackAches 
Try A Kidney 
"Housecleaning" 


LONDON tCPI Results of 
aoceer matches today in the 
United Kingdom 

INOLIaU Li. A GUI 
Oil Ulan I 

Burnl*v #, BUBdrrlaBd ! 

C ardi/f C 0 Fort *nw»uih 1 
Uviroou* t, Drrbv e l 
Man*b*»l*r C ' Ar**nal 4 
M'il 1 l**nrmi*h S Biarkeniil » 
N*«ea«tl* U 1. M*nch*<tri II 3 
Prulon Nil. Wnl**rharripliiii W 1 
*».*«!* Id W 1 Hnllwn W I 
Blok* C I Cliarllnn A 0 
Totttnbam il I, A*'on Villa 1 
W**l Ornml.f. II Cb*i».a I. 

OlvUlan II 
Bur* 3. Mull City I 
Birmingham C 1 Illarktiurn W J 
Pulliam 3. fl«an«*a T I 
0 2 I**rton ■ 

1 *ir»»t*r C 0 Bh»ffi*l.l U B 
Ltllon T 1 NrUin«ham * • 

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Dear Sirs: 

Thp Timken Silent Auto- 
mntle Oil Burner in our five- 
roomed bungalow has been 
operating for one year with 
a consumption of oil amount- 
ing to $10649. 

It has given entire satis- 
faction ... and we arc also 
pleased with the excellent In- 
stallation. particularly the 
neat wiring. 

A EH. 

Richmond Ave. 


Gentlemen: 

In the period which haa 
elapsed since your firm In- 
stalled the Timken Oil Heat- 
ing Unit In our furnace t which 
covers two winters), fuel con- 
■umption has averaged 17.81 
per month to heat our five- 
room bungaiow. 

We are more than pleased 
with the quiet, efficient and 
economical operation of the 
unit. 

C.C., 

Richmond Av«. 


no you tufftr from lutulu Oalltn* tl* 
Ni*hu BUdd*r Irritation. Pr*qu*nt or Sura 
in*. UrMr.f Paaia***. atron* Cloud* Ur:n» 
prruura o*tr tha liladdar, ptini to hip*, 
croku and lua*r alidomfo. dua lo Umpora'y 

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many a«h«« and paliu I. By raliarlna and 
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ifTiiaal. 


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12 fiailg (Colonist VictorU. B c., 5a., April 12 . 1#53 


Steed Welds Smooth Musical Team 


Television 1*1 


In Presentation of Haydn Creation 


BY MAS ' (i\VYXNE riut*tripi»ed the acoustics of thpi 
The* magnificent music of '‘aihedrni. on several occasions 
Haydn* "Creation" more than making the words difficult lo 
filled Christ Church Cathedral h< ‘ ar 

fmm the floor to li» high The orchestral and solo work! 
vaulted celling last night. was clear and easily under- 
The Victoria Choral Society, *I«A hut the combination of a 
accompanied hy a chamber ■. larjee choir, singing from choir 
group of the Victoria Symphony ■ l *U» over the orchestra mem- 
Orchesira, sang the throe part tM * rs heads was difficult for the 
work lo an overflowing <;rowd. human ear lo sort out. 
Conducted hy Graham Steed. But despite this small 


drawback, the concert was an Clifford livens was concert 
outstanding success. Mr. master w ith the 20 piece group. 
Steed's welding of bolh or Christ Church Cathedral w«ts 
chest ra and choir into a filled hy listeners well before 8 
smoothly operating musical pm., concert time, and people 
team accentuated the wonder- were still arriving some time 
ful II •> dn melodies and after the performance had be- 
themes. gun. 

Soloists were Margaret Dunn. W'nmm members of the choir 
soprano, of Victoria; tenor, were all in while, including 
Karl Norman and bass, Philip while caps, and the men In eve- 
Watts of Vancouver. 1 nlng drrss. 


Sunday, April 12 

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Thursday, April 16 

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Orouclto Mara 

W e ot Riley 
Tryout* 

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World Today 


The W(D 
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film feature 
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Dr. Giovando DID YOU KNOW? by Heaneys 
Ready Again [ 1 


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L'N G*n*ral Atatmoiy 

Tt*« Pauein 

N*»» Summary 

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W*ir»me Tratf.er 

Ouidtn* Ligh' 

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NANAIMO I CP 


Dr. Larry 
Giovando, Progressive Conser- 
vative member in ihe last legis- 
lature for Nanaimo and The 
Islands, said today he will let 
his name stand for nomination 
nt a party convention heie 
shortly. 

David Stupich, CCF candidate 
in the last election, will contest 
the seat for his party, arid Mrs. 
Glare Tirkson will be the 
nominee ol the Labor Pro- 
gressive parly. 


Friday, April 17 

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UN General A**rmBt| I IM SHeriff : 

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Don Winnow 
Scrape oo* 

tViua Edward* and New* 
Perry Como 
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Si*n Off 


UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. 
1 API— The jam of spectators 
who wanted to see Sweden's 
Ting I iiimmat skjold Inaugur- 
ated as United Nations secre- 
tary general Friday became so 
great i hat security forces had 
to stop the routine guided 
inurs. UN sources said more 
than 3 t 00 persons pushed into 
the assembly hall, which nor- 
mally seats 2100. 


Tuesday, April 14 

KING— TV CHANNEL 5 


AM Site till Tea 
A VS Bill O Mara 
no* Early Edi'lun 

• ia Pmf O*oi *< Taylor 
a to Be Ulan 

• at* Two Tor the Monev 
T l« Armchair Ad-»n"-re 

til W««hlnalon S ate Reporter 

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1 VS Bill Moanirr farm Summary 
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ton T*«( Paaern 
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Sow wild Bill Htrkot 


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67.500 MILES.... A PRAISEWORTHY FIGURE WHEN EVEN A DENTED FENDER* IS 
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Saturday, April 18 

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Ifi New* 

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Don Win*lo* 

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Jane f roman 
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Recap of Daffodil fetnval 

Danger 

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Wednesday, April 15 

KING— TV CHANNEL ft 

Rill Mnahler — Farm Summary 4.4A I N»w* Adventure* 
UN General Atirmbiy AmrGa 

Tea: Pattern i A aa I Hippodrome 

Newt Summary I .am Sheriff Tea 

Strike D Rich IM i Bill O Mara 

Arthur Ondfray I a 0# Karly Kdninn 

Guiding Uihl I a. IA | Nature uf Thing* 

Lor* of Life ** 1 Ameriran Forum 

Search fk>r Tnmdrrm* I 7 nw Blue RiM>on Rout* 

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Hi* Paruff * no I Married Joan 

Harry Mnor* •.*» Rnhrrt Montanmery 

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SINCE 1890 


PINCAN Maurice William 
Summ»*rhayps, Hi, who was 
managing director of Wright- 
Hargreaves gold mines of Kirk- 
land I^ike, Ont„ died Friday at 
Du nr: an. 

Formerly of Kirkland Lake, 
he had W#n living in British 
Columbia for the pasr several 
years. Surviving are two daugh- 
ier< in Duncan and a sister in 
South Africa. 


circle |] Ranch 
Dun Winalow 
Beraphno* 

CJtiu* td» aida and New 
Peity Cnmn 
ffi'ur* Marla 
N*»*r»a| 


MANILA * ATi — The Philip- 
plnes government said Satur- 
day ihai the only son of Com- 
munisf Lids Tarue. leader of 
ihe rebel Huks. had been cap 
turrd Thursday. No details 
were given. 


HV FRANCES APPLETON ] Final meeting 
VICTORIA COLLEGE the Science Cluta 

Last Wednesday at Victoria Thursday. Mr. Ai 
College, Ihe idea of a noon show mln,on Aslrnphj 
was successfully initiated be- tory was * 
Io»e a large crowd of enthusiasm April 30 at the 
tic students. is the lime anC 

Starting off the program. Sophomore Dam 
Marlene Vance sang "Bluebird over that da\ .1 
of HappinesK" and "Song of home from I'Bl 
Songs." followed by Warren 
Cunningham with the peppy fa- 
vorite. "Alexander's Ragtime 
Hand." Then came Frank Rus- 
sell and Wayne Halslrnm with 
some clever harmonizing in 
their rendition of “Seven Lonely 
Days Make One lamely Week." 

Nest on the program was John 
Maunsell with a recitation en- 
titled "A Lecture on MscBeth" 
follower! hy a return appearance 
of Warren Cunningham who 
sang "Oh. What A Beautiful 
Morning ' from Oklahoma, and 
the ever lovely "Danny Boy." 

Ending the program, Marlene 
Vance leturned fo sing "Smilin’ 

Through" and the beautiful 
Strauss wall/. "I'm In Love With 
Vienna". Malcolm Hamilton did 
sn excellent joh as accompanist 
for the vocalists. 

Organized by George Metcalfe 
and emceed hy Walt Young, the 
show was a definite success. It 
is hoperr there will be more of 
this type of entertainment to 
htighten diuih winter noon-hours 
nbxt year. Not only is it easy 
It* listen to. hut It is .dsn grind 
experience for the performers. 

ANNUAL MEETING 
The annual meeting of the 
Alma Mater Society was held In 
the Auditorium Friday noon. 

Yearly reports on the finances, 
clubs, publications, sports and 
general college activities were 
presented by members of the 
student's council and approved 
by the meeting. 


I wonder what happened? 


If you had come onto this tense scene, you, 
too, might have wondered what happened. 


And just a* thr iromnn tptclatar did, 
rhanet.fi arr goa would hart tn grt a 
nt irspaptr t n yd the whole ntnry. 


• This goes for advertising, too. The brief 
message that hangs in the air... or brief 
headlines here or there . . . may indeed have 
a momentary interest. 

But the newspaper «d carries the brass- 
tacks quality of the newspaper iLxelf. 

Like a news item, the ad can he examined 
and re-examined. Can ht read any time. 
Anywhere. 

Add to all this the fact that the newspaper 
reaches just about everybody in town, and 
you know why the newspaper is the nation's 
most effective advertising medium. 


SUCCESSFUL 
TREATMENT FOUND 


Then, for the first time, you'd learn that 
the girl had fallen into the Potomac River 
and had clung to a rock for three hours be- 
fore being rescued. 

Being on the spot is not much better than 
seeing a photo of the action, or a headline 
about it, or hearing a brief announcement. 

All of these can whet, your appetite for 
news, but they cannot satisfy your hunger 
for the whole story — right away. 


SIGNS OF 
SPRING 


CANADIAN 
PARATROOPERS 
GET IN TRIM 


SrieniirtB h«M* diimiVrlM that an 
internal jlertriwy in the bfwly «"an 
i’Fmin nf ihe main csumw nf Keiesns. 
Tin* IM to ten year* research, 
reuniting in th» pnve*»ing nf a 
natural remedy extracted fmm pure 
vegetable ml* amt now contain*'! 
in ib* Swiaa K "W’ Preparation# 
K "*»9" t» a new and *ureeMfiil 
appraarh to Kisema. It la a T no- 
Way Treatment taken internally In 
relieve Ihe deficiency K’spa'dexl 
and applied eiternally (Ointment) 
for abanrption fhreugh the akin. 

F "99“ la twin* u*ed with out- 
«t finding reeiilu even on rtaea where 
all ordinary treat menta have failed 
Write for free K "W" Rluatrsled 
Booklet in Dt\a l.abor»ton*w. 
Dept. 4.\1 ''tanirhl oo, H C. f tt 
ASK YUUS DRUGGIST FOR 


The new* paper is aluxiys “ first with the most 


THE 

IMPORTANCE 
OF BEING 
EARNEST 


Sakr of Tern's Lid., well-- 
known Victoria rests urant, w*i 
announced yesterday. 

E. D. McEwen. new owner of 
the restaurant, was an unsuc- 
cessful Social Credit candidate 
In the last provincial election 

Sait was made through Milton 
King of King Realty. Mr. Mc- 
Ewen will take over aa pnv 
prietor on Monday. 



4 





HatU| (Eolonint Victim*. B.C., So*. April 12, 19S3 13 


NCOs Graduated at Gordon Head 


who pletely Invisible at night - a tea- 
ran*- ture that i* certain to he of 

■ In- great potential value to tome- 

■ en- one who wishes to pAM for a 
rial* ghost or a levitating magician, 
v ve- hut. of dubious advantage to 

will those people who do not like 
pres- to . run additional accidental 
com risks.' 


doubt understand what 1 

mean." 


BY ALEC DK MONTMOiENCTf 

NEW. YORK (NANA) — Light- 
er aide of the news from the 
.world press L 

The Chinese, who already 
have hurt Russian pride by 
claiming to have been the first 
to Invent gunpowder. paj*cr 
money land inflation! I, tooth- 


Unless a Watuasi king from 


British East Africa Is Invited 


at the last moment to the Cor 
onation of Queen Elizabeth II 
of Britain— and even the ordi- 
nary Watuasls are seven foot- 


innovation 


nggy 


The celestial variety of that 
peculiar type of humor, though, 
did not deal with dogs, but with 
tigers— although the filiation is 
quite evident, champions of 
"China first" maintain. The 
following story, which seems to 
have been current in the epoch 
Immediately preceding Con* 
fuclus — that undoubtedly was 
the Jazz age In the empire of 
the middle — relates how a trav- 
eler visited the Interior of 
China. 

There he encountered an old 
woman sitting among graves. 
Between sobs she told him tlut 
the tombs were those of her 
husband and sons. 

"And how did they meet their 
death?" the voyager Inquired. 

"A tiger killed them." the 
tearful lady averted. 

'Then how can you go on 
' living in this dangerous place?" 
the stranger wanted to know. 

"Life isn't really too bad up 
here," was the somewhat hap- 
pier response, “here we have 
only the tiger, but down there 
they have the government.” 


Buy In Quantity and Save 
Through 


commanding officer of the Western 
Command junior NCOs’ school. Lieut. 
H. D. Saxon assisted in the eeremony. 
Top stifdent of 83 attending the six- 
week intensive training course was Cpl. 
W. E. Corbett of New Westminster. 


Sapper Gilbert Grondin, RCE, of St. 
Jacques, N.B., received his certificate 
of qualification as a junior NCO from 
Brig. W. J. Megill, commander of B.C. 
area, at graduation exercise of the 
NCOs’ school yesterday at Gordon 
Head. At left is Capt. R. D. Rogers, 


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Display of Mexican Art 
Heavy on Death , Torture 


Here Is Just One Example 
of the 


At Ihe start of hla career, 
Gi-orge Bernard Shaw often 
mu short of cash and obliged 
to borrow money. One day 
he received, from an Irate 
moneylender, a letter cum- 
plaining of hla unpunetuallty 
tn making payment. It was 
couched In auch virulent 
term* I hart Shaw answered an 
follow*: 

"Sir, alnee my secretary I* 
a lady, I can't dictate to her 
what I think of you. Being 
a gentleman. I can’t write It 
myself. But, a« for youmelf, 
who are neither, you will ,io 


of hi* so-called poetry, why hung In the Louvre even In hi* 
.should the Mexicans not copy 
what they see abroad and paint' 
gaudy puzzle picture*. 

Tn come buck to Mr Thomas, 
one example of hla poetry 
may be sufficient to Illus- 
trate my point. He write*. 

“Becauar the pleasure bird 
whistle* arter the hot wires, 
shall the blind horse sing 
sweeter?" 

Well the blind horse of Mr, 

Thomas’ Imagination may pos- 
sibly sing sweeter, but the mod- 
ern Mexican artist* seem to 
have gone *our on the subject 
of death, torture and murder. 

They are obsessed w )th the 
thought of "man's Inhumanity 
to man.'*' 

In one large picture n group 
of American women and men 
are depicted ns gloating over the 
body of a fine looking negro 
whom they have lynched. Var- 
ious people are being hanged 
or shot in other pictures. 

From these one turns with re- 
lief to the ancient culture In 
which stone carvings of myth- 
ical animals suggest placidity 
and leave a feeling that Mexico 
was not always In a state of 
mental anguish. 

From the brilliant color* of 
Mexico to the more harmonious 
hues of John Huston'* new 
Hollywood film "Moulin Rouge" 

I* a ahort and pleasant step. 

Jose Ferrer, who gave auch a 
magnificent performance tn the 
name part of Cyrano de Ber- 
gerac In which he was. of 
course, 


BY L. Bl'LLOCK- WEBSTER 

There ha* been an extensive 
showing of Mexican art at the 
Tate Gallery. It covers the de- 
velopment of palming and sculp- 
ture from preColumbian times 
to the present day. 

It 1* full of historic and ar- 
tistic Interest. It U rich In color 
and drama. The three centuries 
of Spanish domination are well 
represented. So. also Is the 
native school of folk art. and 
then come the powerful 
example* of the modern school. 
The moat clamorous of these 
are daubs of brilliant color* on 
huge canvases totally devoid of 
meaning for the average ob- 
server. 

They are no doubt quite In 
keeping with the trend of such 
present-day thoughts as cloaks 
ltaelf In incomprehensibility. If 
Dylan Marlals Thomas, at the 
age of 38 has a band of admirers 




lifetime. This. I Fear, la poetic 
license. A little careful research 
In a Louvre catalogue will show 
that it Is not true. 

But that does not detract 
from the merits of the film. It 
is one of the finest. Colette 
Marrhnnd gives the best and 
cleverest Impersonation of a 


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a well set-up. athletic 
swordsman, nnw plays the part 
of a little deformed artist with! 
short legs 

Even *o, he managra to he 
very Impressive. Ills voire la 
always the voice of authority. 
The technical aspect* of shori- 
eatng his leg* are of Interest. 
In some art-nr* I amaglne he 
was walking on hi* knee*, 
and In other* he waa sitting 
with hla pwn feet under him 
and little artificial leg* and 
, feet continuing from h|f 
knee* down In the floor. 

The set* are brilliantly ar 
ranged and are most colorful 
but the dialogue 1* not a* good 
a* the picture deserve*. There 
nre scene* of wild excitement 
but only a few line* here and 
there that capture one's interest. 

The story revolve* round the 
life of Toulouse r^utrec. the 
artist who was born an aristo- 
crat, deformed a* the result of 
an accident In boyhood, and 
who thereafter led a life of 
debauchery. 

Nevertheless, he sketched the 
life of Pari* with brilliance and 
audacity. 

We are told that hi* picture* 


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Bertrand Russell Stories 


Bright , Off-Track Reading 


■ ill II ■ I 41 |j ■ "Doctor at Kea," by Richard The carpenter has DTs and 
I I II I II I II I ii M Gordon i Michael Joseph). up radio opera 'or liven In a 

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or very Important . but It ( usua „ myr< . than he 

Warning to parent.: don't try "P* rkl °* »™m cover to cover., 
any shortcuts or personal virla- The author represents him 

tionawhan reading to your rhil- sett an a young doctor seeking He n ‘‘ v * r P ast flr * 1 
dren from their favorite books, to escape from Britain's na page of the three volumes of 
m™, m.nv rurpni< have tried *»onal health service and an War and Peace he brought to 

•e affair, who is 


write the stories of this volume. i 
although I had never before’ 
thought of doing such a thing 
. . . It gave me pleasure to 
write them and . . . therefore 
there may be people who will 
find pleasure In leading them.” 
Throughout the five stories 
runs the strain ^f the often lm- 


“Satan In the Suburb*," by 
Bertrand Ruaaell. |Nfi»«ol. 

Take a writer who combine* 
Max Beerbohm’s urbane sense 
of the ridiculous with Poe’s or 
perhaps Evelyn Waugh'a feel- 
ing for macabre plots and you 
have the new Bertrand Russell. 

This la a delightful book, all 


to shorten their nightly reading unbcguihng 


while away the time to Buenos 


evil. And what evil! Dr. Mur 
doch Mallako, the villain of the 
first story, has a driving hate 
against all mankind. 

UNRULY BISHOP 

Several other charaoiers' 
striving for total world power 
is the theme in other stories. 

An unruly bishop sentence* 
a man he could otherwise send 
to prison to spend the rest of 


of state and Professor N. an 
expert on pre-Celtic art. 

The author, trained for about 
6<1 years as a WTiter. uses word* 
with a precision and ieellng at* 
most rare In fiction today. 

This collection of stories is off 
the beaten path. There* noth- 
ing else quite like them going 
the rounds these days and for 
anyone who wants a change in 
pace they can't bp best. 


THE LATE QUEEN MARY 


Late (jueen s nje 
Bridged Past Eras 


HI, BEAUTIFUL- 
SMALL WE DANCE? 


“Queen Mary: Her lJfe and taken to turn *entlment Into 
Time*.” by Marguerite D. Pea- rash. Tt has plainly been a long 
cockr (Ryeraon Press). 'time in the preparation, with 

It appear* to be nothing more color picture*, scores of phoio- 
than a remarkable coincidence graphs and clear. If a trifle stilt- 
that this feeling life story of the ed. text. 

beloved elder Queen should be It calls hack the family story 
published so soon after her -all the sons the Umpire knew 
death. — so well, the hard year* of two 


I've Just found 
out i and it 
sure seems 
sappy I whv 
'Teen • Agers'' 
are so un- 
happy. Yes - 


FICTION 

"Desiree," Anncmirli 
Selinko. 

“The Silver Chalice/ 
Thomas B. Costain. 

“The Golden Admiral,” F 
Van Wyrk Mason. 

“F.ast of Eden,” Johi 
beck. 

"Steamboat Gothic,” 
era Parkinson Keyes. 

NON FICTION 

“Annapurna,” Maurice Her- 
w»g. 

"The Power of Positive 
Thinking," Norman Vincent 
Peale. 

“The Silent World” J. Y. 
C ousteau and F r e d e r I c 
Dumas. t 

"The Holy Bible: Revised 
Standard Version." 

“This I Believe," - Ed. by 
Edward R. Marrow. 


BY MAURY G WYNNE 

Mr. Roberts, a "fictional” character of the. Second 
World War, will tramp the boards of the York Theatre 
all this week. 

For those who served in any branch of the armed 
forces of any country, "Mr. Roberts'* is fiction in name 
only. This famous war story about a U.S. Navy supply 
vessel in the South Pacific is an incorporation of all those 
Incidents that occurred to most service men. They made 
the war easier to take, and 

on the stage, they make it a will be Alan White. Peggy Dy- 


coincldence. too. With care and jeots, 
thought, her biography has been Qu 
prepared in words and pictures start 
at a time when many want to took 
remember and othera want to refle 
learn. dlgni 

This ta no rush job under nuhji 


L they sit and 

if TTm W mope, and 

x 1 drown them- 

solve* In drug 
store coke I've Just been told 
by a gal In the atore «A it's 
strange that I’ve never heard 
It before'. Thi* trim Teen Ager, 
blue-blazered and neat. In with 
her mother for a chesterfield 
suite. 


exactly the way they always 
have been, but he want* to hear 
the same book or books read 
over to him time and time again. 

So if you’ve got a reading 
chore nn hand you'd better make 
sure your choices in books are 
good. You'll have to live with happy memory 
them for quite a while. 

For older children, doctors 
have warned that inefficient 
reading can not only make a 
child fall behind In school, but 
in itself may cause a severe 
handicap to the child's health. ] 

Dr. W. W. Bauer, the Amerl* ( 
can Medical Association'* health 
education director, has listed ten 
hints for parent* who want to 
help develop their children's 
reading. 

1 A child should have rich 
and varied reading opportune, 

He*. , 

2 The child’s pattern of read 
log should be observed, and an 
attempt should he made to guide 


Fran 


Elizabeth II Biography 


ably fairly accurate, although ( 
the facta seem to he augmented 
With conversations and private 
thoughts not likely to be found 
in the public record. 

The vast majority of Cana- 
dians have shown great affec- 
tion for the Royal family, 
mingled with a lot of honest 
curiosity. This j**em* to have 
been the dominant thought in 
Mr. Clay’s mind as he wnrle. 

He might have shown more 
restraint.— J.T.J. 


"Long Live the Queen." by 
Charles Clay <John C. Wins- 
ton >, 

The business of churning nut 
books for Coronation year Is 
turning Into a parade. 

Latest arrival is thi* some- 
what gushy hiography of Queen 
Elizabeth written by a Canadian 
and evidently aimed at the 
Canadlan-and possibly Up- 
market. 

As contemporary history, 
“Long Live the Queen" is prob- 


eompany ha* undertaken the 
big production. 

Staging alone has kept the 
cast busy for several weeks. I 
Set designer June Gillespie has 
scored another triumph with 
her multiple sets of the com- 
plete cargo deck of a freighter. 

Finding sufficient American 
Navy uniforms has had the 
costume department jumping 
between here and Seattle for ; 
two weeks. Editing the script 
for local consumption has given 
j director Ian Thome more than 
one sleepless night. 

The result of All this activity, 
and work, is a fast moving, 
hilarious show. 

Alexander Gray, a seaman in 
| the Victoria ptortuction, was a 
member of the original cast 
that played a successful season 
in London, Eng. 

Just to give ihe scenes a lit- 
tle more authenticity, the ship 
will float on real water. This 
piece of engineering alone Is a 
| masterpiece In scenery design 
for the size of the York. 

In the name role will he 
russion -of books, articles and Dewey Harless with Bob Tabor, 
•tones. Arthur Coe Gray, Michael 

6 Help the child develop critl- Rothetry, Allen Farrell, Maur- 
cal Judgement a* to the good, the ^ Corbett and Allan’ Robert- 
passable and the tawdry not Bf>n asking up the principal 
only in book* but also In radio,. r *' f - 

television, the movie* and the C'oria Sheridan will fake the 
stage. nn, y female role In the scene h 

7 A child need, tn red m. ' h .*' ” r R " hfr "‘" 

tn-lO thit will bnnj him Jr,- ” '“""I"' «i°Hm tn come 

.nd MTtsfartion. ou ' >' “» r - „ 

or, . . . .. Barclay, director of the 

lu .'I"* ,ho, ? d ** to ,h * Schubert Choir, will he the 
public l.brary and book stores fea, uml „ o|ols , , n , h|} choJr . g 

W J'J* ^ chiw * n ' 1 browse performance of "Jj»dv of 
WlUl hlm Shalotr “ in Esquimau ‘ High 

A * * School, Wednesday at 8 p.m. 

Well, Hollywood's at If again, 

“It was nothing like the ( 

Krtok.” has become almost a ' 
cliche to be tittered while lea v- , 

Ing a theatre when a movie 
bearing Ihe same title as a book 
has Just been presented. 

Even in so well-known a 
story as that of Salome, the 
Biblical treatment or thp classic 
legends of Salome and Herod 
were not considered up to snuff 
hv the moguls who make the 
movies. 

So If you go to Rita Hay- 
worth's next movie thinking 
that Salome was a very naughty 
girl, you'll he In for a surprise. 

For It turn* out, in the gospel 
according to St. HoUywood, that 
Salome wasn't really a had girl 
at all! She was a sweet, inno- 
cent convert to Christianity. 

And that naughty dance? Why, 
ahe did It to save John the 
Baptlat. not to have him cxe 
cuted. of course. 

Hollywood's next step is clear. 

The only logical thing In d'» t* 
to clean up Cain and make him 
the hero of a movie In which 
he alays Ihe wicked Abel. . 


Brigade 

Activities 

Listed 


Gales Lash Scotland 
At 100 Miles an Hour 

LONDON 


Wool Frtere 
In Alrfoam— 199.00 

This foam rubber Job they 
finally chose. “she" had blue 
eves and a tilt up nose We got 
to talking 'bout this and that, 
tn their newly hot chair I 
sprawled and sat. “I gueas” I 
remarked (her hair waa all 


rcoor orsow 


Activities of the St. John 1 
Ambulance Brigade at 7154 I 
View Street for thla week 
Include: 

Monday— Casualty faking 
class. 8 p.m.; Pemberton Cru- 
sader Nursing Division No. 251.1 
■s of 8 p m ; Victoria Cadet Nursing 
London Division No. 61c. 6 30 pm. 

10 per-i Tuesday — Denton Holme* 
l going Cadet Nursing Division No. 
* 148c, 6.30 p.m : Industrial first- 
aid class. 7.30 p.m. 

Wednesday— Senior first aid. 
_ , _ . ,, ... 7 p.m.; Northwestern Creamery 

Tho Victoria (Irat-aM rlaaa. 7.30 p.m. 

production of the Winslow Thursday— Civil defense exer- 

Boy” opens April 27 for one c j s? „ r Ba y street Armory, 
week. Friday — Oak Bay - Cadet 

A story of what happens when Nursing Division No. 175c. 3 45 
|U*t Ice get* off the track*. "The p jn ; industrial first-aid classes, 
Winslow Boy" has proved to be 7.30 p m. 

one of the most popular heavy 

dramas written In recent years Th „ ^ rouf<1 fcom w „ t 
In the leAd role* are John Pakistan to East Pakistan 
Sparks, the hoy who won the aroun ,t i n dia is 2.900 mile* long. 


put on stage, and after the sage 
advice of critics that "the money 
should have been spent on 
groceries” It turned into the 
longest running show of the lot. 

It has so far beaten nut the 
famous 2.238 performance: 
“Chu Chin Chow" tn I 
three decades ago by 
formanoes and Is still 
strong. 

Oklahoma, you're O K. 


Reuters).— One of 
the worst storms this year hit 
the west coast of Scotland Sat- 
urday. sending ships scurrying 
for shelter and Interrupting air 
services. Coast guards reported 
wind* of more than 100 miles an 
hour In some area* 


Sweet Sixteen? Parties and 
dance*, fun and play, to me it 
seems Just yesterday, that I 
was your age, caught In the 
whirl, trying to swipe the other 
guy's girl. "Oh" she exclaimed, 
"you CANT do that now 
there would be 
row. When you go to a da noej 
you know' 

DANCE 
THE 

“W HAT' 


‘The Home Freeter 

COOK BOOK 

For Better Living 
By Zella Bonttll 


the obstacle, company directors 
came up with a dance team 
from the Canadian I'krantan 
Society and ihe necessary Can- 
Can girl* from the Velda Willie 
dance school. 

Both dance lines will wear the 
authentic European costumes. 
The Ukrainian dancers will ap- 
under the direction of Joe 


or 

one AWFUL 

the plan? YOU 
ALL NITE. WITH 
VERY SAME MAN!" 
I exploded, as I 
jumped off my seal, "even If he 
loiter* all over your feet?” 
''YES.” she moaned, and pre- 
tended a tear, “If you don't, 
you’re know-n as a "Queer. 
“Don’t you have programs, tiny 
pencils of pink, medley*, ladle* - 
choice, and the sly little wink?" 

"HEAVENS" she eed. “we 
surely do NOT." . . . “well, 
what chance." I continued, “ha* 
a poor gal got?" Why. half the 
Joy when I was a lad, was In 
sizing op, what the other Joe 
had. Then cutting In at the very 
first chance, why that waa the 
FUN, at every dance. "Why, 
ye*,” sed piother. "opportunity 
WK had. Just how do you think 
I snaffled your Dad?" Inci- 
dentally I ho|*e, he like* this 
suite; “Just swell.” aed daugh- 
ter. "to park his feet." You 
KNOW hell SAV A blithely 
sing, "It’s YOU that has .• , to 
look at the thing " Thev got 
up. A sauntered away, “Sweet- 
16“ in a swish sort of way. 
So, NOW you know, whv these 
kids “one-dated,” are «o un- 
happy, they're ail frustrated. 
.So to any mother, who reads 
this, bv chance "HI. Beautiful 
. . . SHALL WE DANCE"? 


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J CJ RITA DKI. MAR | 

For Sunday, A pr tl 12, 1 < W3, loved one* or *i>cculatr.e 
T«*day’a quotation: "Swk Ciod mutters 
u|>on ihy way, and He will l^ntk for ynur blrthdate «n<l 

t'nmp lo thee.” Schiller. blrthxign hcjuw • 

Sunday for everyone. Allow March 21 to April 111 <Arie«> 

pleni> of time lo fulfill appoint- Don't try lo diiert ihing»; 

merits no as to avoid the net-es- allow them to tukr their own 
Rlty for haste. Stay in the Course. Adapt to changes hut 
background of things. keeping refrain from precipitating them, 
dear of possible rnUundenKard April Zfl to 20 •Taunui 

mgs or up*cf«. Ro discerning llaxe no part or set ups that 

and tactful could lake negative turn*. 

L-ook for your blrthdate and Relax, renew sapm-q vitality 
birthslgn below May 21 to June 20 (Gemini I 

Match 21 to April 19 (Aries I r*l"md upon your own en- 

Handle art )u.».l menls. altera- d ** v< >r*. take no chance*. Main* 
lions, ' with can*." They could ,a,n baunony with ft lends, 
prove Ui hr harmful. acquaintance* 

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June 21 lo July 22 -Uncerl '*'?** ^\ My l „ 

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Uncle Wiggily Story 


UNCLE W IGGLY GETS W ET 
Unde Wtgglly hoi*p**d out of 
his hollow stump bungalow one 
day lo find an adventure. It 
was a beautiful April ilay and 
l he early May flmvpr* wne Just 
starting to blossom 
The rabbit gentleman was 
feeling very happy and he was 
twinkling hi* pink nuxe so fast 
that he tickled himself and hart 
lo laugh. Sometimes* a rocking 
••hair get to swaying ha>k and 
lorth so fast that II gets a 
tickling feeling In Its buck. As 
the i hair cannot very well 
stretch up one of Us locker* 
to scartrh the thkltnF In Ms 
hark, the ehair ha* to rock 
faxler and faster until it f^)k 
over on one side. That scratches 
Its hack and the chair I* happy, 
Well, as 1 was idling you. 
Uncle Wiggilv was hopping 
uloni;. twinkling Ids pink nose 
when, all of a Midden, It liegan 


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Teea eies >*«. 


Is that you.Mr.Coke 


10 himself. "But I can even if others are slow about it " 

11 >' own way down cellar Keep expenses down , 

k for my umbrella. September 2.1 to October 22 

re W«s M wairn fire In tLIhrat Do not depend upon hl 
mate and ao-m the clothes co-operation or asaLstanre Hi 

■ bunny gentleman were self reliant but not noticeably ( « 
dryei than they had been Independent ( | 

*»• Oetobrr 23 lo November 21 rt 

w if 1 inn find m> um <BcOfplol Have no part of fl 
and Ml. doke ha* mended v enlurc* that inuld waste time 
than Ba quite all right, " nr energy. Duties and health << 
dr. Longears "1 ran go fame first. Jr 

id keep i»n iuoking lot an November 22 to December 21 M 
lure, if It raina l eun 'Slgltiariu*' - Expect your out hi 
my umbrella and keep b»ok and condition* to undergo 
dry." revision*, but don'i forre lasiir* g 

lr W'lggtly backed around <>r chtnce* ^ 

•liar, (tn a bench Where December 22 to January 19 tc 
»ke u»a*d to beat the chalk 'C^plcornl Try not lo forte yi 
out of »hr blackboard things ’to a head." A round 
a. Mi Longeara found pis about course bring* better re t| 
•ila He hoisted It, Tlie Wll# M 

catch was mended und January 20 i«> February 1 H p 
mhivlla Htayml up until ' Aquarius t Up|nndtnin, oh tt 
» time to come down, slruefiona must iw met with 

*• I ran go out and never M'dae ingenuity. Take your u 
the tain, ' *atd Mr Long be careful / 1 ! 


"Oh, my g»H«lt)es.s me sake* he 
alive and a rubber boot full bfelh 
nt chicken feathers!" exclaimed M. I 
Mr. Langears. "Anothet April 
Shower! 1 am gelling all well ,,UI *' 
Wnw! What a shower!" advei 

The rain came down so fast hoist 
that the rabbit gentleman was quite 
soon quits wet. There was no I'n 
tree under whh-h be couid take the < 
shelter Hut not far away Unele Mr 1 
Wipgilv saw Hollow 'free School, duxl 


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As he wax climbing up the 
lUr *i.ili«. t'ltHe Wiggdy 
•aid I0*it*lepe 

"Is Hint you, Mr (’ok*T" lie 


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CxjC* FiNRSt ntv child. 


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Monday Is Opportunity Day at EATON’ 


STORE HOURS: 9 o.m. to 5 p.m 


Phone B 7141 


Wednesday, 9 o.m. to 1 p.m 


• R ! T tf H c ObUMlIA 


LiMiTCO 


Congoleum 

Seconds 


Three-Ply Silktwist Yarn 


Manufacturer’s clearance of 3ply Silktwist yarn . . . 
treated to be shrink-resUtant . . priced unusually low 

for Monday shoppers! Grand for babies and children’s 
wear, colours of sky, pink, coral, cloud aqua, white... 
approx. 1-ox, ball. or 


Modernly Designed Exterior 


rior conveniences are tea 


Discontinued 

Sock Yarn 

Discontinued line of fine 
quality sock yam . . . Brighten vour living 

3- ply Pa Ionized excellent room or den with several 

for sweaters, socks. of these plump cushions 

sportswear, etc. Be sure In gav floral chintz! As 

to shop early for best sorted colours to choose 

colour-choice. Approx. from . . . approx, sire 

1-oz. skein. KATO.VS 15*18 inrhes KA TON’S 

Opportunity Day O Opportunity Day *70. 

Special, each C9C Special, each ■ 91# 

KATO.VS — Wools and Fancy Good*. Third Moor 


Floral Chintz 

Cushions 


covering that is easy to keep clean, 
retains a high gloss! Specially 
priced for thrifty homemakers . . . 
comes in attractive block, marble 
and floral designs in colours suit- 
able for almost every room in vour 
home. BATON'S 4 * - 

Opportunity Day 1. MQ 

S,wial. 0 ?J 

per sq. yd. 


“QuicFrez” refrigerator ... at a low* 
Monday price! See these outstanding 
features yourself: 

• 11 -point cold control 

• Large frozen-food storage space 

• Small outer cabinet for confined 
areas 

• Sealed unit 

• Glass meat-keeper 

• Hahdi-dor storage 

• Large crisper drawer 

EATON'S Opportunity Day Special, 

each 


Hit-and-Miss 

Axminster Carpeting 


Dominion 

Cotton Rugs 


Tooth Brushes, Plate Brushes 


These beautiful rugs will give years of ser- 
vice because they are mothproof . . . hack- 
ings are "Lafexed'* to prevent skidding . . . 
liquids split on the carpet may bp sponged 
off the surface, doesn't 
go through to your un 
derfell! Choose figm 
apple green nr peatl ■ ■ ■ M Hll 
grey . . in 9xl0.fi size 'J ww 

EATON’S Opportunity II mW 
Day Special, each 

EATON'S — Floor Covering*. Main Floor. House Furnishlnx* Building 


Ranrh-houae hit-and-miss carpeting that 
comes In 27-lnch width. Thi* modem de- 
sign blends with most decorating schemes, 
gives long wear, priced unusu- 
ally low for Monday only! 

Choose it for wall-to-wall use QQ 

or have it cut in room size* J jQ 
EATON'S Opportunity Day . | 
Special, running yard 


A selection of quality brushes . . . either dental plate 
or tooth brushes, all with plastic handles and nylon 
bristles Take advantage of this low price and stock 
up on brushes for you and your family: Q 4Q. 

EATON'S Opportunity Dny Special. £ for HOb 
EATON'S — Sundries Main Floor 


Down Payment 24.f5 
Monthly Payment as low as 10.75 

EATON’S — Major Appliance*. Main Moor, 
House Furnishing* Building 


Rubber Gloves 


Huy several pairs of these useful, handy rubber gloves 
at this special low price. Range In size from 7 to 9 
For household, garden, professional use. Q CQ#* 

EATON'S Opportunity Day Special. £ prs. wvv 
% 

EATON'S — Sundries. Main Moor 


Kitchen Fixture 


Pillows 


Smart square styling, white side* with Sturdily built . . . has handy five-position 
crystal bottoms for maximum lighting rotary switch. Supplement your cooking 

efficiency. Takes up to 150-watt huib facilities with one of these hotplates that 

EATON'S Opportunity Day 0 IQ rut* down excel heal,. EATON'S "7 AC 

Bpei-tal, each hi I w Opportunity Day Special, each • • “*/ 

EATON'S — Electrical*. Main Floor. House Furnishings Building 


Classed as irregulars due to slight Imperfec- 
tions . . these luxurious pillowy are mane 
of sanitary Superfoam rubber that gives 
the utmost In sleeping comforL Covered 
with sturdy cotton covering* in plain Mw, 
pink or white. Chooec ''Flaytex" pillows 
for all the beds in your home Monday and 
save substantially . . . three sizes to choose 
from EATON'S Opportunity Day Special, 


To Call EATON'S 

Dial Beacon 7141 

Ask for the Order Line 


Clearance! Powerful canister-type vacuum cleaners that 
have been used as floor and home demonstrators. All are 
in good operating condition . . . some have slight surface 
scratches. Shop early to take advantage of #% 
this dollar-saving special! Come complete UUvU 
with cleaning attachments. Bj 1*1! 

EATON’S Opportunity Day Special, each 

EATON'S — Major Appliance*. Main Floor. House Furnl*hlngH Building 


Regular size, each 


Extra plump size, each 6.49 King size, each 7 1 

Clearance! Chenille-Type Spreads 


Save on bedspreads chosen from this broken-line clearance’ . . . Good colour 
range. Include* multicoloured designs on white ground.* in wavy chenille... 
solid colours In pjaln woven chenille . . . wavy chenille with fringed sides in 
solid colours, Mostly double-bed size. RATON’S Opportunity Day Special, each 


Silver-Plated Flatware 


Wool-Filled Comforters 


Reconditioned Used Pianos 


Attractive "Louis” pattern flatware, practical for 
everyday use. Knives have stainless steel blade* and 
silver plated handle*. Available in the following pieces. 

RATON’S Opportunity Oav Special. 


Light weight, warm as toast! . Wool-filled comforter* covered In bright cotton 
chintz with double borders of rayon satin. Rose, green, blue, or gold colour .. . 
size about 66x72. EATON'S Opportunity Day Special, each 

, EATON'S — Staple*, I.lnen* and Bedding, Third Floor 


Priced for deurance ... a group of reconditioned used pianos ail thor- 
oughly tuned and checked. These older model 

pianos are excellent as practice pianos for chil- BB f\ i 

dren ... for use in the rumpus room! 5 § g II 

EATON’S Opportunity Day Special, 

EATON'S — Music Centre. Main Floor, House Furnishing* Building 


Teaspoons. O for wUU Knives, */ for t«WW 

Tablespoons, dessert spoons, soup spoons, dessert 

C 1 4C 

salad forks D for I .HO 

EATON'S — Silverware, Main Floor. 
Houne Furnishing* Building 


Dtnnerware. flatware and glassware In a service lor 
8 person* , . , dinnrrware Is semi -porcelain In 
’’Azalea' design. Silver plated flatware has stainless 
steel knives . . . glassware has gold-leaf trim. 

Composition 

• 8 Dinner plate* 

• 8 Side plate* 

• 8 Soup plates 

• 8 Teas and saucers 

• 8 Water glasses 

• 8 Juice glasses 

• 8 Sherbets 


Silver-Plated Dessert Sets 


• 8 Plates 

• 8 Stainless steel 

knives 

• 8 Desert spoons 

• 8 Dessert forks 

• 8 Teaspoons 


.Specially purchased . . set consists of cream and sugar 
and matching tray. Silver-plated on copper hase. 
polished to a gleaming finish. Choose for your own 
use or for gifts! A Qr 

EATON'S Opportunity Day Special. 3-piece set OiWW 

EATON’S — .Silverware, Main Moor. 

Houne Furnishing* Building 


Charming curtains finished with 
daintv frills ... of finely woven 
cotton marquisette that wears well. 
Tailored tie hack* . . , smart curtains 
for bedroom, xunroom. kitchen or bath- 
room. Ivory colour. Sizes 25x>1 inches 
and 25x63 inches. 

EATON'S Opportunity Day 
Special, 4 Q C 

pair I ivv 


EATON’S Opportunity Day 
Special, 104 pieces 


Electric Hair Clippers 

Repeat shipment . . . popular rlectric clippers that 
come in size 000 . . . made with durable quality bake- 
llte casing and automatic stop switch. 60 cycle. 1 10 
volt Complete with cord. 4 4 QQ 

EATON’S Opportunity Dav Special, pair I I *09 

EATON'S— Cutlery. Main Floor, 
House Furnishings Building 


Brown Betty Teapots 


Coloured glass mixing or kitchen howls in 
a nest of four Handy for baking and 
storing . . . fire resistant. Variety of kitchen- 
colours. EATON’S Opportunity 4 QQ 
Dav Special, set I *%/9 

EATON'S— China. Slain Moor. House Furnishing* Building 


Popular English teapots in generous 
size. Feature* driplesa spout 
able for everyday use. EATON'S ■ 

Opportunity Day Special, each 1 


36-Inch Kitchen Prints 

Smart, new novelty design* In colour* 
that include green red. grey, white. 
Spruce up vour kitchen for spring 
with colourful now curtain*, made up 
from this sale-priced group! 36 inches 
wide. 

EATON’S Opportunity Day 
Special, 
yard 


Lawn Mower 


Silver-Plated Tea and Coffee Sets 

S-plere lea sets, silver plated on copper hase rialn 
design . . . teapot and coffee pot have black heat resist - 
ant handles, matching trav has end handle* and em- 
bossed centre and fluted Inner edge. Set consist* of 
lea and coffee pots, cream and sugar, and tray. 
EATON’S Opportunity Day Special. 1 Q QQ 

5-plece set I J.jO 

EATON'S — Silverware, Main Moor, 


Lightweight lawn mower wj»h five Sheffield steel 

blade* . . . features sturdy rubber tire* and hard 

Wood handle This 14 Inch mower 

tx a thrifty Opportunity Dav buy gM 

for the home gardener. EATON’S f- jjj | 

Opportunity Day Special, I II 

each ■ 

EATON’S— Garden Shop. lower Main Moor 


Plastic Draw Drapes 

Economical and easy to install . ► . plastic 
draw-drape* for kitchen, bedroom, hall u*o. 
Come complete with rod that extend* 
from 36 lo 63 inches. Choose from three 
colours . . . plastic drape* measure 108 
Inches wide. 90 inches long. 

EATON’S Opportunity 0 QC 
Day Special, set UiWV 

BATOVS — Draperies, Second Moor. Houoe Furnishings Building 


Ready-Tailored Drapes 

Smart figured drapes In floral and novelty 
designs to add charm to vour window*. 
Printed on strong cotton drapery fabric* 
finished with shirred or pln< h -pleated head- 
Ings. Unllned . . . approx. 44xKl Inches 

EATON’S Opportunity Q QC 
Day Special, pair v«vv 


lou*e Furnishing* Bulldln 


Jumbo Garment Bag 


Large size suitable lor 
many uses . . , corrugated 
on both aide*. Comes in 
red. blue and green . . . 
size approx. 30 Inches lone. 
17* j inches wide. EATON'S 
Opportunity Day 4 4 Q 
Special, each I • I W 


Solve clothes storage problems with several of these 
plastic hags offered at this special saving! Large, 
length about .VI Inches . . . with two-hook frame, nr 
dasln** P ** ,,c wl,h ™l™red bindings and zipper 

EATON'S Opportunity Dav Special, each t .59 


Refrigerator 


Manufacturer's Clearance! 

Feature* all metal construc- 
tion^ come* finished In 
gleaming while enamel 
with chromium plated 
handle* and hinge* Food 
storage raparltv of 3.5 
cubic feet. Ice rapacity o' 
66 pound* Over all dimen 
ston 48 Inches high, 23 '» 
inches wide and 18'* inche* 
deep EATON 'A Opporluii 
llv Dav Special. each 


On Purchases Over 15.00 


Washer Covers 

Made from rlear durable 
plastic with coloured 
binding to help protect 
your washer from dust, 
grime and scratching . . . 
made to fit most stand- 
ard washing machines. 
EATON’S Opportunity 

a 59c 

EATON’S — Notion*. Main Moor 


Dampen* clothe* without 
sprinkling' Clothe* siav 
damn a* long as 5 dav* 
. . ; practical for nan!- 
to-iron fabrics, curtain*, 
organdies, linen*, etc. 
Made of. clear plastic. 
EATON'S Opportunity 

IK, 73c 


• 10 Mon I Ha chi Purchoae* I'ndrr 7.100 

• 18 Month* on Purchase* of 71.00 and 
I Oder >00 00 

• 24 Month* nn Purchase* of 700.00 
and Under * 00.00 

• I p to JO Month* on Purchase* of 
400.00 and Over 

An equitable carrying charge la mode 
for thl* o»v«»fnmodatlon. 

EATON'S— Account* Office. Third Fluor 


A dependable bathroom 
scale with eaxv-lo-rrad hist. 
Finished In white and 
black tread Size R'xl2\", 
weigh* up to ,250 IK*. 
EATON’S Opportunity Dav 
Special, Q QQ 

each 0.92/ 


Down 


EATON’S — Hardware, lower Main Floor 


Discontinued colour* of fine quality paints at special ■ gfl t 

low Opportunifi Day price* Choose your spring MV T ■ 

painting need* from the following: II I | 

Interior (do** Mnl*he* In Ivory, cream, peach, lettuce. ® 

green, orchid and sky blue . . . Quirk Drying Enamel ■ 

In orange only . . . Bxterjor Houoe paint In aky blue. a* I m J v I 

pale green, shutter green, black and French grey . . . U ZM I ^ 

Floor Paint In orange nr slate ;v ' I W %..j< 

K A TON'S Opportunity Day SpectaJ, ^ 

EATON'S — Paints. Second Moor. Houoe Furnishing* Building 


Clearance of 

PAINT 


Special Purchase of fine boxed notepaper* at price* 
*o low you’ll want to stock up on your ttallonerv 
need*! Assortment includes notes, ladles’ stationery 
in plain and scented papers, kid and vellum finished 
notepapers. AH attractively boxed for gifts or for 
personal use. Shop early for best choice! 

RATON'S Opportunity Dav Special. box 

EATON'S — stationery, Main Floor 




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I Monday Is Opportunity Day at EATON’S 



Feature Values for Young Canada 


Bargain Basement 


Save on These Clearance Values! 


Travelers 


Selling Much Below Regular Prices 

Don’t miss these dollar-saving values in infants’ and toddlers’ clothing. 
Included in this outstanding group are rompers, dresses, towels, was haul ts, 
gowns, blazers, bibs, shirts, pyjamas, housecoats, plus many, many other 
items. Choose from a wide and varied range of sizes, colours and styles. 
Sizes for infants to 4 years. 

EATON’S Opportunity Day Special 

EATON'S — < hildren’s Wear, Third Floor 


Buy yours Monday at a low budget- 
wise price. You'll find smart styles 
lo chouse from in single or double- 
breasted models with slim or all-round 
pleated skirts. Fine all-wool worsted 
or repp fabrics In grey, blue, navy or 
brown. Sires 10 to 20 In the group. 


For Children 


An oddment group of children's shoes. 
Including sandals, boots and oxfords. 
Grand play shoes for Spring and Sum- 
mer wear. Most have com —— 
position soles for extra hQ 

hard wear. Site range is M 
broken. EATON'S Oppor 
tunlty Day Special, pair 


EATON'S 
Opportunity 
Dmy Special, 
each 


EATON’S— Suita, Second Floor 


Cool, comfortable shirts that boys and 
mothers both like for their good looks and 
good washing qualities. Made from "San- 
forized” seersucker in attractive, bright 
check designs. Full cut with 
button front, long sleeves, A A 

neat collar. Sizes 6 to 14 ^ 

years. EATON'S Opporlu- f j 

nity Day Special, each ™ I 


Pants your boy will wear 
all through Spring and 
Summrr! Buy them Mon- 
day at a low', budget-wise 
price! Made from “San- 
forized" blue denim with 
double seat and double 
knee . . . riveted, at point* 
nf strain and zipper clos- 
ing. Sizes 8 10 and 12 
only. EATON’S Oppor- 
tunity Day p QQ 

Special, pair CivW 

BATON’S — Boys' 
Clothing, Third Floor 


Brown moccasin toe oxfords with thick 
red lug rubber "half track" soles and 
heels. Constructed to stand up to 
plenty of hard wear and built for a 
growing boy's foot com- 
fort. Sizes 24 to 5H, 1 AA 


Clearance of this season's Spring 
dresses ... a timely special you won’t 
wunt lo miss' Included are crepe?,, 
wools and taffetas in smart one and 
tWO- piece styles. See ihe many attrac- 
tive print designs or subtle, solid shad- 
ings Sizes 12 to 20 and 14'* to 24 S 
In the group. 

EATON’S :T f s nn 

Opportunity W 

Day Special, 

each -'- 


EATON’S — Family Shoe Centre, 
Brctnd Floor 


EATON'S— Boys’ Wear. Third Floor 


EATON’S — Dre*sea, Second Floor 


Family Mints 

Tiny, delicious mints that 
have a sweet, long lasting 
flavour. Buy several 
pounds for after-dinner 
enjoyment . . . specially 
priced Monday! 

RATON’S Opportunlty 

Spet-iaJ, 2 ib, 49C 

EATON’S— Candle*. Main Floor 


Australian Coney Jackets (Dyed Rabbit) 


Try some of these gol- 
den glow waffle candles 
. . . you'll love them. 
Buy several pounds Mon- 
day at a special price! 
EATON'S Opportunity 
Day Special, AC- 


Please, No Telephone or Mail Orders! 


Men’s Gabardine Slacks 

Handsomely tailored slacks you’ll wear right through 
Spring and Summrr. Made from strong rayon gab- 
ardine featuring self belt and pleated front, 
zipper closing. Teal, navy, brown, fawn QQ 

and grey. Sizes .TO to 42 waist. L 

EATON’S Opportunity Day || 

Special, pair “ 

Men's Fur Felt Haft 

Seconds of men's hats In fedora style with 
snap brims. Finished with comfortable sweat 
hands and Tullv lined. Grey, brown and beige. 

>6% to in the group. EATON S Op M 
ps r kfUy Day A ^Q K 

Special, each I 51 

Men'* Smart Oxfords g 

Factory reject* by a well known maker of ■ 
quality shoes. Group Includes balmnrala and m 
bluchers in Mack or brown at well aa popular ■ 
summer style foam crepe loafters In natural 
tan Sizes 6 to 114 In the group. EATON'S I 
Opportunity Day A QQ " 

special, pair *l«vO 

Men's Sweet Shirts 

Fleece lined sweat shirts in medium weight 4 
Styled with long sleeves and crew' neckline, 
knitted cuffs and waistband. Grey or white. 

Small, medium and large sizes 4 qq 

EATON’S Opportunity Day Special, ea. I »vO 

Crib Blankets 

Soft ly napped cotlon crib 
blankets neatly finished 
edge some satin bound. 

Nursery designs In pink or 
blue. Size about 36\50 
Inches. EATON'S Opportu- 
nity Day 4 4Q 

K pedal, each ■ 


Buy your fur jacket now while EATON'S ofrer you this big saving! 

See these beautiful Australian Coney jackets at this exceptional , am O A 
low price! Graceful styles are feminine, flattering . . . soft 
scroll or pert notch collars. Feature the opera adlustable cuffs. "Hr " T 
Sizes 12 to 20, : 3 , r 

EATON’S Opportunity Day Special, each 

EATON'S — F'ur Salon. Second Floor 


y Clearanc* of Smart 

| Costume Jewellery 


at ruction with a natural varnish’ finish. Tile design on 
masonite bottom Sides fold compactly for 
storage and two wheels for easy movement. 

EATON’S Opportunity VJ ** ^ 

Day Special, a| 

each V 

Flay pen Pad — 36x36 inches. Plastic covered. A QQ 

EATON’S Oppurt unity Day Special, each L,Ow 

Pedal Car— Very Low Priced! 

Brightly-plated pedal car with 81nch front wheel and bell 
rubber pedals and handgrips Child sits 10 inches off 
ground. Solid rubber tires. Suitable for tots aged 2 to 4 
years. EATON'S Opportunity Day J? A Q 

Special, each 5J.H5J 


Many attractive pieces of costume Jewellery 
cleared by a well-known Canadian manu- 
facturer ... all at one low price' Choose 
from many different and beautiful designs 
and shapes, including spark- 
ling rhinestones in earring*. 
necklets and bracelets. 

EATON'S Opportunity Day 
Special, each 

EATON’S — Jewellery. Main Floor 


Bright, Gay Plaid 

Cotton Shirts 

For cool, comfortable Spring and Summer 
wear . . - try one or two of these well- 
tailored cotton plaid shirts with short 


To Call 

EATON'S 

Dial 

Beacon 7141 

Ask for the Order Line 


Smoothly enamelled frame with chromium plated tubular 
pusher, hood spreaders, mudguards and hub caps Leatherette 
upholstery with storm apron and safety strap. Rubber-tired 
wheels, combination brake and kick up stand. Blue or grey. 
EATON’S Opportunity Day AQ QQ 

Special, each 00^5 

Baby Buggy Mattrne. 1 QQ 

EATON’S Opportunity Day Special, each I *5/0 

EATON’S — Tuya and Wheel Goods. Third Floor 


Women's Slips 

tfayon taffeta slips with 
fitted bodice and straight 
skin. Lace or embroidery 
trim at top and hem. Sizes 
32 to 42 BATON’S Oppor 
tunlty Oay 4 qq 

Special, each I *Q\/ 

Children'* Pyjama* Women's 

PoltHityle pyjamas knll from mercerized Oddment* ii 

cotton. Two piece atyl* with crew neck, blouse* wit) 

long sleeve*, *nug cuffs at wrl*t and ou* colour* 

nnkles. Maize only, In size* 2, 4 and 6 Sizes 12 to 

vear* EATON’S Opportunity 4 FQ Opportunity 

Day Special, pair I .5/W Special, earl 

Mities' Skirts Oven Mitts 

Cotton 4klrta in a good se- Made from strong floral 

lection of colour* Attrac cotton with separate thumb 

five floral and striped ef- ... well padded for heat- 

feet* . . . gathered and resistance Strong tape hind- 

flared style*. Sizes 12 to Ing at cuffs. Assorted col- 

IK EATON’S Opportunity our*. EATON'S Opportu- 

Oay Special, 4 QQ nity Day A A 

each *1-051 Special, pair ‘♦‘♦C 


Women’* Casuals 

Good-looking leather cas- 
ual* in closed heel, open toe 
styles. Cornea In multi- 
colour. yellow, blue, beige- 
brown and red. Low wedge 
heel. Sizes I to 9 . EATON’S 


Women’s Luggage 


A five-piece matched luggage set for women. Finished 
with attroctive maroon gabardine covering, rawhide 
bound and attractively lined. EATON’S Opportunity 
Day Special, 

Cosmetic 
Case 

Overnight 

Case 

Week-end 
Case 


Women won’t want to miss the savings offered 
In this large group nf walking and corrective 
l shoes There* ties, pumps and strap stvle* 
\ in fine quality leathers including soft kills. 

calff^in* and suedes. Shoes for every- 
dav, business or sports wear Black, 
blue, hrnwn or red. in size*" 4'* to 10 
collectively. mmmt a a 


Wardrobe 

Case 


Pullman 

Case 


EATON’S Opportunity 
Special, pair 


EATON’S — latggmge, Main Floor 
R<»u*e Furnishing* Vtiilidlng 


EATON'S — Family -Shof Centre, Second Floor 


Group Includes strap, pump*, oxfords, 
boots and two-strap style* in brown, red. 
burgundy and black patent. Also Infants' 
white or brown boots and brown oxford*. 
Sizes for Infants’ size 6 to misses size 3. 
EATON’S Op|Kirt«mlty Day O QQ 
Special, pall 


Men’s “Sanforized 


36-Inch Cotton Denimt 

Washable, "Sanforized" cotton denim for Sum- 
mer dresses, sportswear, playdothes. Choose 
from a good assortment of plain shades and 
stripes 7Q r 

EATON’S Opportunity Day Spertal. yd. ■ OW 


Tailored from ^’Sanforized" shrunk cotton 
hroadcloth. these dress shirts offer men very 
K|*ecial savings. Styled with fused collar and 
button cuffs. Choose from white 
and plain shade* nf blue. tan. grey *' l A M 
or green. Sizes 114 to 17's. aw 

EATON’S Opportunity Day *1 

Special, each 


Sleeping Bag 


^ Makes up Into beautiful blouses, full skirts, 

pr Golden spiderweb design on maize, mauve or 

pink grounds. Approx. 30" wide. EATON’S Op- 
^ . porltinlly Day CQa 

y M|ieclai, yard Wwla 

% Taffttiztd Cotton 

Everglaze finish on this taffetlzed or polished 
cotton. Smgll-prtnl design on white ground. 
y Makes up itpto smart skirts, dress and blouse's. 
Washable, too! .16 inches wide QQ. 

U EATON’S Opportunity Oay Special, yd wOC 

Printed Orest C repet 

y Lovely assortment of colour* and patterns . . . 

drspes beautifully for dresses, blouse* Fine 
^ quality . . . about 42 Inches wide. EATON’S 

Jr Opportunity Day QQ. 

L Special. yard WC 

' Orion and Wool Suitings 

■a Blue, grey or gold colour mixes In. a blend of 

y orlon and wool. Washable and Should rot 

V shrink or stretch. Makes smart suit* or skirts. 

^ 54 Inches wide. EATON’S Opportu Q 7Q 

r nity Day Special. yard 5.10 

b Nylon F aeon no 

L Washable filmy sheer nylon In attractive dla- 

m mond design. Choose It In pink, white, maize, 

y blue and orehld. 42 Inches w1d«, RATONM 

L Opportunity Day 4 QQ 

m Special. yard • -wO 

RATON’*— Fabric*. Third Floor 


Well made . . . sleeping bogs covered In 
woven khaki drill . . , warmly insula 
wool batting. Finished with slide 
^ part way down one side Sped 
for the outdoor* enthualaata. 
tBfc KATO.N'N Opportunity I>ay t 

Special, each I 

Salmon Plugs 

0 **“ «t hm. rviiebl. jJi , t , 


F*ift flannelette pyjamas In a man’s 
favourite coat and tr*m«er style. Sell- 
ing Monday nt a special dollar saving 
price! Coal I* styled with lapel collar 
. . . trouwrs have drawstring wal&t 
Plain colours with neat m a 

cnllnr trim Size' A. B. C. tl AM 
D and F 

EATON’S Opportunity 
Day Special, pair 

EATON’S— Men’s Furnishings. 

Main FU*«r 


A special offer for the 
golf enthusiast , . sturd- 
ily constructed cart made 
of lightweight aluminum 
Collapsible style that Is easily 
pulled. Fealures 9 Inch rubber 
wheels, ball beatings. EATON’* 
Opportunity Day 4 Q Q j 
special, each 


Lemiae'Hl fr» 


•novt o*Ulo* e 
t>rr onrd etu>hwt to hen-il* 
I4TOX I Ofe«(lwiif Dif 


Her* eovare. d.ncneo for lonf life a 4 m 

MTOS-f 1 r*’ < II , l»« r J f m | .49 

EATONI^— *|M»ftln* t^joda, Main Floor, House Furnishings Building 


Long; Slwvtd 

Cardigan Sweaters 

Styled for casual comfort and timed 
for Spring wear . . . long sleeved. 2 
pocket, button-front cardigan In blue 
heather, green heather, maroon, 
maroon mix. grey mix. » a 

Knit from fine all-wool ■ ■ AM 
yam*. Sizes 36 to 44. 1 

EATON** Opportunity .L 3 

Day N pedal, each 

EATON** — Men’s Fumlahlogs, 
Main Fh»or 


Buy several pairs of these smartly- 
styled men’a socks st this very special 
price, Monday! Ankle-length style with 
elastic knit In top . . Diamond snd 
chavron patterns Beige, grey, wlna, 
dark green and navy. ^ #4 A 
Sizes 10 to 12. EATON'S ■%, /M 
OTvportunlty Day I 

Special. ■ 

pair ■ 

EATON’S — Men's Itoae, Main Floor 


These comfortable shoe* are a special saving 
you won’t want to mins ... of brown elk (trade 
name) leather. In oxford style with moccasin 
vamp Equipped with thick, re- M A 

slllent crepe rubber soles and B ^ ft 

heel* for casual, fporls snd ILsgs, ■ W 

everyday wear. Size* 6\* to 12. l 

EATON’S Opportunity Day II 

Special, pair 

EATON"*— Family Shoe Centre. Second Floor 




I 






Price, each 0»*t I 

KA TON’S — Boy*' < iothtng. Third Floor 


EATON’S— Electrical Dept., Main Floor, 
Furnishing* Bid*. 


Factory Clearance 
of Mattresses 


Thin clearance of a discontinued model uvn 
you dollar* on top quality mat treaties! Bv a 
nationally known mattress-maker . , , features 
220 coll spring* . . . rolled edges'. ventilator* 
and turning handle* Comes finished In a 
good quality cotton ticking . . . well tufted. 
Sizes 3-1 and 4.6. 


EATON’S 


Opportunity Day 


Special. each 


New feature In bed -chesterfield* , . . arm 
drops down to form part of bed, requires 
■lightly leas space than ordinary type*. Comes 
with bedding box, heavy frieze cover In varioua 
colour* Two model*, with matching chair. 
EATON’S Opportunity Day Kprrlal, 2 pieces 




EATON'S — Furniture. *-emnd Floor 
i loose Fnrnlahlag* Bldg 




18 CatllJ Colonist Victoria, B.C., Sun., April 12, 1953 


O’CLOCK SPECIALS 


On Sole From 9 to 10 A.M. (It Quontities Lost) 
Plcote, No Telephone or Moil Orders 


Clear Varnish. Reg. 1.39 


• High gloss, quirk drying varnish 

• Resists wear and washing 

• Buy several quarts and save! 


9 o’Cloct Special, quart 83c 

EATON’S — Paints, Second Floor, 

Seed Potatoes. Ord. 75c 

• Certified seed potatoes 
o Netted Gem 

• 10-lb. sack* fq 

9 o’Clock Special, sack OwC 

EATON’S — Garden Shop, 
Lower Main Floor 

Vacuum Bottle. Ord. 1.69 

• English-made. In pint size 

• Metal casing, plastic cup top 

• Fils standard lunch box 


Monday, April 13, is Opportunity I>ay at EATON'S 
and brings great savings on all your Spring nerds! 
From clothing to furniture EATON’S has merchandise 
at bargain prices for the budget^wise home-maker and 


Phone Beacon 7141 


career girl! Check the items you need from this value- 
crammed page . . . then shop early Monday for the 
widest choice! 


Be Wise! Shop Now for a Sleek New Swim Suit . . . 


L 

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Nationally-Known Maker Clears 

Swim Suits Vi Price! 

EATON’S launches the swim suit season with end-of-the- 
scason low prices on sun ajid sea figure-flatterers. Come full 
speed ahead Monday morning for best selection . . . choose 
from eight figure-clinging designs and many sun-drenched 
colours ... all glamorous gear for mermaids and sun-worship- 
pers during the vacation-season! 


Styles 

•Straps and strapless . . . shirred 
fronts . . . various details Fab- 
rics. Include “Lastex." cotton, 
*atin and Lastex boucle 

Sizes 32 to 40. 


Colours 

Lime, navy, dark green, aqua, 
turquoise, pink, sky blue, coral, 
black, red. silver grey, yellow, 
and white. 


EATON’S Opportunity Day Special, Vi price, each 

9 97 1 » 1 2 50 


EATON’S— Sportswear, Second Floor 




Garden Carts 

A thrifty item for garden lovers . . . 
large capacity garden cart has rubber 
tires, easy to push and manoeuvre in 
narrow spaces. Sturdily made of sheet 
steel. Body size 28” long, ^ A 
19" wide and 14” deep. Q 

EATON’S Opportunity 
Day Special. _ ■ 

each 


First Quality, 54-Gauge, 15-Denier 


Men’sAnkleSocks NYLONS 


Made in England . . . 
•ocks in popular brogue 
turing nylon reinforced 
for extra wear ... in a 
rib knit Choose from 
popular colours, all with 
contrasting stripes. 
Sizes 10V 2 to 12. 

EATON’S Opportunity 
Day Special, pair 


all-wool ankle 
weight. Fea- 
heels and toes 
smooth-fitting 


Full - fashioned nylons, flatteringly sheer for 
dress wear ... low priced for thrifty women! 
Finished with slender dark seams and French 
panel heels. Be wise, store away 
several pairs in your hosiery J| A4 
drawer . . . choose from spring ^ /L I 
colours in sizes 8% to 11. I 

EATON’S Opportunity Day 
Special, pair " 

EATON’S — Hosiery, Main Floor — Phone Beacon 7141 


EATON’S — Men'* Hosiery, Main Floor 




EATON’S— i harden Shop, 
I-nwrr Main Floor 


Crocheted Straws For Spring 

Sptcial Purchase . . . Sailors, Bratons, Derbies, Cloches! 

Fresh crocheted straw braids whipped up into the smart- 
est little toppers you’ll see in a long while. Hats you’re 
sure to live in and love all through spring 
and summer . . . hats with veils, quills, rib- ^ 

bon, pique and jewel trims to give a bright Q 

touch to each hat. Choose red, navy, beige, O 

green, grey or coffee. 

EATON’S Opportunity Day Special, each %g9 


Clearance of Housecoats 


Bengali ne llouwornat* . . . Black with pink or blue quilled 
collar and cuff* Wrap style, % -length aleevea. Broken 
•Ire* 12 to 16. 

Tafreta Houwwii ... In red. blue or green with con- 
trasting piping, wrap style wirh abort sleeve* Broken 
sizes. 12 to 16. r qq 

EATON’S Opportunity Day Special, each 


Nemo’s“RedDevils” 

Discontinued Line of 6irdlos and Panty-Girdlos! 

Now! At EATON'S, wicked scarlet underpinnings to. help 
give you a heavenly figure! They are Nemo* famou* 
"Sensation” elastic girdle* that stretch both way*, that are 
w> comfortable to wear. How come the low price? The 
maker had some of thi* fiery red wool elastic left over, 
he made them up specially for EATON'S, and 
now we pax* the *avlng* on to you! Medium 
length girdle* and panty girdle* | n size* small, - 
medium and large. 

EATON’S Opportunity Day Special, each * 

Cool Cotton Pyjamas 

, Popular mandarin or tailored style pyjamas In g*y 
novelty prints . . . short sleeves, elastic waist trouser* 
Well cut for comfort, of cool wsshable cotton for con- 
venience ... In die* small, medium and large. d 7 A 
EATON’S Opportunity Ik* Srwkl nair I • I 

EATON’S — I .Inge He, Second Floor 


EATON’S— Millinery. Second Hr* 


Many of Our Best Value* Never 
Receive Newspaper Attention 

MX)K FOR THE 

• NOT 
ADVERTISED 
SPECIALS 

Featured throughout the store 
under the special No! Advert lard 
Ticket . . . your guide to extra 
rikvtng*. 


For Phono Ordtrt Dial 


Beacon 


7141 

Atk for tho Ordtr Lino 


Men’s Pyjamas, Ord. 5.95 

• Made from line cotton broadcloth 

• Button front, jacket-style top 

• Grey and blue, sizes A to E~ 

9 o'clock Special, pair 2.97 

EATON’S — Men'* FurnUhlng*. Main Floor 

t_«!TTtp Shades. Ifef. Wc 

• Gracefully designed boudoir shades 

• Made from washable, aietate fabric 
o Clip-on style 

9 o'C’lock Special, each 44c 

EATON’S — I -amp*, Main Floor, 
House Furnishing* Bldg. 

“Wabasso" Sheets. Ord. 7.50 

• Substandard* but flaws are slight 

• Woven from bleached cotton 

• Double-bed si/e. about 80 x ldO inches 


9 o’C’iock Special, each JOt 

EATON’S — Hardware, Lower Main Moor 

Linoleum Mats. Reg. 25c 

• Several gay printed designs 

• Size approximately 18 x 36 Inches 

• One only to a customer 

9 o'Clock Special, each 9c 

EATON’S — Floor ( overing*. Main Floor, 
House Furnishing* Bldg. 

Printed Poplin. Reg. 54c 

• Washable, colourfast, cotton poplin 

• Good range of tieslgns 

• Suitable for apron*, quilt* 

9 o’Clock Special, yard 39c 

EATON'S — Fabrics, Third Fl«»or 

Wrist Watches. Reg. 1 0.95 to 35.00 

• Men's and women’s discontinued model* 

• 15-jewel Swis* movements 

• Round or rectangular shapes 

5.47 to 1 7 50 

EATON’S— Watches, Main Floor 

Outdoor Moccasins. Ord. 3.95 

• Soft elk (trade name) uppers 

• Nylon lacing around moccasin vamp 

• Red. white, cream; size* 4 to 9 

9 o'Clock Special, pair 2.69 

EATON’S — Family Shoe Centre, 
Second Floor 

Card Tables. Reg. 2.59 

• Red or green regular size card table* 

• Fibre tops, hardwood lega 

• Limit, two to a customer 

9 o'Clock Special, each 1.79 

EATON’S — Furniture, Second Boor, 
House Furnishings Bldg. 


4.78 


9 o’Clock Special, pair *t. I O 

EATON’S — Staple*, linen and Bedding, 

Third Floor 

Flannelette Blankets. Ord. 6.95 

• Classed a* second* due to alight imper- 
fections 

• Plain white with coloured borders 

• Double-bed size, about 70 x 90 inches 


9 o’Clock Special, pair 4.98 

EATON’S — Staples, Linen and Bedding, 

Third Floor 

French Soap. Reg. 24c 

• Practical large hath size 

• Several pleasant fragrance* 

• Buy several at thi* low price! 

9 o’Clock Special, 5 for 69c 

EATON’S — Toiletries, Main Floor 

Peanut Clusters. Reg. 59c 

• tTtxp, crunchy peanut* 

• Covered in light or dark chocolate 

• Buy several pounds and save! 


9 o’Clock Special, lb. 29c 

EATON'S— 4 andie*. Main Floor 

Indian Blankets. Reg. 3.75 

• Softly-napped cotton 

• Bold Indian-type designs 

• Bright colours, about 60 x 72 Inches 

9 o’Clock Special, each 2.99 

EATON’S— Bargain Basement 

Men’s Work Socks. Ord. 69c 

• All wool 

• Grey with white heel, toe, top 

• Standard size 11 

9 o'Clock Special, pair 49c 

EATON’S — Bargain Basement 


O’CLOCK SPECIALS 

On Sole From 2 to 3 P.M. (If Quontities Lost) 

Please, No Telephone or Mail Orders 


Mint Patties. Reg. 69c 

• Cool, peppermint patties 

• Cream coated with dark chocolate 

• Delicious, taste-tempting AQ 

2 o'Clock Special, lb. <99C 

F.ATON’S— < 'andirft. Main Moor 

Unbleached Cotton. Ord. 45c 

• Strong quality. 40 Inches wide 

• Suitable for drape linings, cases 

• Limit, 10 yards to a customer 


2 o’Clock Special, yard L JU 

EATON’S — Bargain BaHcment 

Women's Shorties. Reg. 8.95 

• Clearance of casual wool coals 

• Hip-length and "topper" styles 

• Tana, greys and stripes, sizes 10 to 20 . 


2 o'Clock Special, each 5.00 

EATON 'H — Bargain Basement 

Women’s Shoes. Reg. 3.99 

• Oddments In women's dress shoes 

• Pumps, straps 

• Size range is broken 

2 o'Clock Special, pair 2.99 

F.ATON’S— f amily Shoe Centre, 
Second Floor 

Men's Work Shirts. Ord. 2.95 

• Soft finish, cotton dneskin 

• Blue, brown, wine, navy 

• Sizes 14 S to 17 In the group 

2 o'Clock Special, each 1.47 

P-ATONT* — Men's Furnishings, 
Main Floor 

Boys 9 Cardigans. Reg. 6.95 

• Long *{revea, button front 

• Wine, brown, green and blue 

• All wool, size* 10 to 16 years 

9 n'f 'liifL Viiw-i'ial m mm 


Cigarette Machine. Reg. 3.69 

• 100 only! Roll 5 cigarette machine 

• 1 pkt*. papers to make 1,000 cigarette* 

• I'lastir cigarette box and case 

2 o'Clock Special. a * r 

all for C.A D 

EATON’S — Jewellery, Main Floor 

Draptry Draw Rods. 

• Ivory finish 

• Rod extending from W to 48 In 4 in 

2 o'clock Special, each I 

• Rod extending from 18 to 86 In. O A Q 
2 o'clock Special, each 

EATON’S — Itraperles, Second Floor 
Houne Furnishings Bldg 

Children's Socks. Reg. 65c 

• Children's nylon ankle socks 

• Knit In elastic tops 

• Substandard*, sizes 5 to 8 AA. 

2 o'Clock Special, pair 

EATON’S — Hosiery, Main Floor 

Pillow Cases. Reg. 2.98 

• Made In Scotland from white cotton 

• Embroidered In .pastel shade* 

• Scalloped tops or coloured embroidery 

2 o’Clock Special, pair 1.98 

EATON'S — Staple*, linen and Bidding, 

Third Floor 

Plastic Cloths. Reg. 69c 

• Lightweight, plastic tablecloths 

• Fruit ami floral de*|gns on clear grounds 

• Size about 52 x 52 Inches 

2 o’Clock Special, each 49c 

EATON'S-— Staple*. Linen and Bedding, 

Third Floor 

Extension Set. Reg. 85c 

• Six feet of extension cord 

• Sturdy three-way plug 

• Comes in Ivory colour 




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Wcdncsdoy: 9; o.m. to 1 p.m -Phone B 7141 ' T. CJJ, 


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Notebook 


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PAUL 

JOHNSON 


WANT sportsmen and travel- dust, which have all but sealed 
iVl ers carry the popular linen- the pores of the fabric and pro 
canvas waterbag* on their cars. ven * <K * evaporation. 

The* «n very eMictem ' 11 •« ev.por.tlon aK>ne th.i 

for keeping water re,- *•» *"«• *“ ,he «“>>, 

wiubly mot during the Th *' *“» *■" "»t need r«pld , 
summer end .houkl .1- nv.por.tlon, to, point w here it 
Ka> u . hiin dnc out on the surface or It 


ways be earned when , ar,r °“ s 011 fne 0r " 

other water to be found 1 '"** *« <*»*?■ Gradual evap 


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-’vttri iu ur juunu .. , . ' 

« 0 / doubtful quality ~r 

and puitty. Unfortun- * J£!* ta °” y , c T mt ?\ 

ately. this type of bag ?"** WhM y° u r clothing Js r 

does have some short- ' lamp y° u art * «*■ ,n a «*»*' I 1*1 M 

xmln*. hut these can . •"«*; h Wb *" th ? [HHTU P Ml 

be remedied a, follow*: bUst of , ho4 "*»« ^*5 beeh suf- Kg 

'One of the main oh- to . a *™ oat ^ y° ur L W 

•lections ro the waterbag **>“"* ^■P^rajion 1 

is that after wtter ha* almos, cea5eK and the chm 13 . 

remained In It several hours on , . « . ■ . ■ t . • _ 

a hot day. it ha* a strong taite ih " ^ J la ' ‘‘ f " r 1 “' water- | p PWClfch thp Mrifllf F VP 

of canvas, or to be more ex- b 0,1 th “ tac * of the car , 1 vICWUlUl, I 11^ fVlUyiL, L.J C 

plidt. the water tastes as “ a pOPENHACEN - An In ven , marine, and Cven -spot 

it h.* hee,. «fr»tru*t «*■ on rhp dua ‘ between ,, „ 


though it ha.* been strained ^ ™ ^ a ™ be f l * ^ ^ lion, as important in its approach of frog men. listing of cancellations, but he 

through a mouldy sack To ^ h h wsterbag handle wa Y M radar or asdic and a* Mollenberg'a invention is rtoe * "JJ* realize its significance 

“ - p— - - *«. h„ *--- ------ -- m r: 

water snd p.a~ .me „ f the popu- ~ *J^'J**" mad< * by * ^ yra ^oI d Sw*dtSh Company has Invited "» i «^ anT « •*«•*€". with draped 

lar rhlorophyl tablets, such j*JJ nlf bfnH i. S Danish radio technician. Hans some $84,000 in the invention. fla « s «*tendlng from right and 

a •'Yokis 1 tablet in the bag. “ w ir J f n AjJl MoHenberg. When the first prototype was ‘ pfr s,des of • ‘ri-ngle in which 

? r. .Ive and remain « and wil" fr^e of' I( enables a single watchman ready, it was demonstrated for ^ contained a tree, an Indian 

lmdlsturbe<i overnight. You can P°*‘ l,on ana st *y rr ce of international military exnerts head or -'Phln.x and other fig- 

nn~ ,h, h«* out lightly In thv *«• » n<1 * d «' 01 ,h *' “ r ""'O euird ,rom * Crui«d cknnoo fei 

morning and the water pur»ln! au , , fortable fireside an area of 6»4 military area the apparatus io- :dant from the base of the tn- 

It lor the next several days will er *" any Hanger of the square miles with such chips, rated an intruder, who was “nR 1 *." He lists it as bluish- 

taste fresh and clean. 1 2 ^ S> !T°n a ‘rcraft and installations ss sre arrested. .black, but the two copies the 

ON BACK OF CAB metal it Is oa-y to prefect this w,,hin the arra 50 wn! “* iv ^ { * The Swedish defense staff V ' n, * r p ed and purplf 

Mo,„rl-,(, ,!.• » , m .ll p,^ ol fuAh*.^^^ lh° ' '’JJ ch.r.cmd .4 

bag* to the car front bumper. r 'J bt f r a smaI1 Cf,|lulos * ran even dL^tlnguish between "telewatch’' system as it is CuUnlant broadcast a requcsl 

presuming that they need a JPonge. which L* of en earned h „ motion of d K |fferent of tfie win for ^^mation concerning the 

hearty blast of air to strike it. ^ cleaning windshield,. | of machlneryi between the shortly tak^ place T^oa^l use ot **** cancels on Cana- 

in order to get the greatest j . movement of man and animal, areas near Stockholm! dian s ^ am P* and received two 

cooling action. This Is a poor Common belief that snakes The Invention will be of par- The first 10 telewatch units d *- f lnite replies. John Stroub at 
,jfcuce for the waterbag. becausv -travel by moving their ribs haa ticular value in coastal defense are now In production and Mol ,hat time w “ running a series 

quite often when you are ready been exploded by X ray moving as it can detect, and report to lenberg will leave soon for Lon- of 8r,,c,ea ln *he American 

to use it you will find that the f picture* showing the ribs to be a control post many miles don where he expects fo soend ^ hilatf,ls i and .he replied that 

outside U coated unpleasantly stationary In the body under all away, any movement of ship- a year working on further do . "T h ^ first survey for a proposed 

with crushed, dried Insects and methods of snake locomotion, i Ping, whether surface or sub- veionment r»f rim avtiam canal as a Nicaraguan Droiet t 


i Looking through a collection 
of stamps made by a beginner 
at the turn of the century. It 
was very intriguing to run 
across a copy of Canada No. 37 
1 1 Scott, th* three cents of 1870 
to 1889* bearing the cancel of 

the Nicaraguan coat of arm*. 

• This makes only the third copy 
we have seen. Fred Jarrell 
must have seen It for he Ulus- 
the i rates it as type 1425 In his 1929 
hating of cancellations, but he 
do** not realize its significance 


ecausv travel by moving their ribs ha* ticular value in coastal defense are now in production and Mol | ,hat lime w “ running a series 
ready been exploded by X-ray moving as it can detect, and report to lenberg will leave soon for Lon- of ar,,c,e,Jl ln *be American 
at the ( picture* showing the ribs to be a control post many miles don where he expects fo soend and .he replied that 

sanlly , stationary In the body under all away, any movement of ship- a year working on further do- 1 "*^ be first * urv *>’ for a proposed 
ts and methods of snake locomotion, i ping, whether surface or *ub- veiopment of the system. '’anal as a Nicaraguan project 

_ W* a route through Nicaragua 


THIS WEEK’S PROFILE Continued Frojn Page 1 


On November 1. 1919. Dr. 
Hoffman and other army serv- 
ant* were helping carry bag- 
gage aboard the S* Moneagle 
bound for Vancouver. The Royal 
Hants 9th Battalion was em 
barking. Orle Captain Pathfield 
railed Dr. Hoffman intu hi* 
cabin and asked him to massage 
■•rheumatic shoulder. Then he 
kept him In talk, and Dr Hoff- 
man looked out the porthole to 
• see the shore moving away 

Hlq friends had shanghaied 
him He was on his way to 
freedom. TTie conspirators had 
not dared to conflt!r in him. in 
case he unwittingly betrayal the 
plan. AM his belongings were 
left behind 

He traveled as a happy stow 
away, concealed In a hammock 
during inspections. On Novem- 
ber Id, 1919. the ship reached 
Vancouver harbor. Dr. Hoff-* 
man got ashore In civilian 
clothes among the crewmen, 
with $14.20 in hka pocket. Of 
that sum. SL20 came tr*»m the 
•ate of a 5* <t- rouble note to a 
collector. The soldiers otnlrih 
ured’ the rest. 

l>r. Hoffman tr«mj>ed the 
streets of Vam-oti>er tor three 
days looking fr<r u job When 
he wa* down to $6.20. he got 
work a* bull cook»iu a logging 
camp. ct|iera(e\l u *niall laundry 
on the silk*, and saved 
which he hoped would take him 
to Huiutarv, 


II d 

»all laundry 
saved $W 


Seattle and ua- 


he had nvwi 
pancse fn.m 
him in touch 
He crossed 


12 fiaillj Culuuiflt victoria. B C., Soaday. April 12. 195? 


travel south to see fils son. but to tour Austria. Czechoslovakia, he painted a picture of his 
a chance acquaintance suggested Rumania. Yugoslavta and father in the traditional Hun 
i he clear himself (with Canadian Hungary selecting farm and garian costume w hich he 

Immigration. So he went back domestic workers and land donned for M I Am a Canadian 

I to Vancouver, made some en buyers for the prairie provinces. Day." <Dr. Hoffman has been 

quirles and was clapped In jail. In the Cunard White Star a Canadian citizen since 1925. i 

They let him write to hi* office In Vienna he met an Dr. Hoffman ha* a few Hun- 

frlend Dr. T. A. Patrick in York- official whom he recognized a« garian possessions which he 
, ton. and through Dr. Patrick’s a fellow-prisoner. He mentioned brought back between wars. 
Influence he was allowed |o stay *° man how sorry he was One prized Item is a pair of tail, 
in Canada. He wired son Frank have lost the Rev. Mr. glistening black leather boots 
to come north, and after all Galley s Bible. "That was given which he wear* to go riding. 
Ihose years they were reunited to me." the man said "1 will The Hoffman house stands 
in Dr. Patrick's home. return it to you tomorrow.” on a rocky slope overlooking 

The -Presbyterian Church Rv another coincidence, his sea. He has coaxed the 
adopted him. secured him a wife had met a medical officer rock-cupped soil into producing 
permit to stay In the country of the Royal Hants Regiment. a garden, but he is cease 
for six months, and appointed and through him Dr. Hoffman *«»*y combing oui the stones 
him student missionary to the got In touch with four of the ‘hat rise through It. He line! 
Hungarian mission field at men who had befriended him his basement with stout red 
»-Mtho«, Saskatchewan. In Siberia. They met for lunch wood planking from a colonial 

In September. 1920 he began at Southampton, and talked barn which wa* demolished 
studies in St. Andrew's Presby- over old times. nearby. He saws hi* own wood 

terjan College. Saskatoon. After Mr*. Hoffman accompanied a, 'd stack* it in the basement 
being ordained, he was ap- her hu*batul on a mission *° *^ason for tl»e fireplace, 
pointed a resulent master of t*» Europe, and met AdmlYal !, e speak*, and ran teach, 
i he college, Horthy. She mentioned M«iy«r. German. English. 

In 192» he married Jean the tipop*hlp torpedoing Fr«x-h. Russian. Turkish, C,rA*k 
Inne* Cryle. a Scottish exarmy 'Madame." said Admiral Hor- and L-nm- Turkish took him 
*i*»er who was then matron nf thy. "We did not know that ,vvo year* to learn. English 
the Women * Missionary Si*- YOC were aboard.” ,w k much longer. It was 1 

riety Hospital at W*k«w, Dr. Hoffman became mis- en -3 r to acquire enough words 
Saskatchewan. Before that rionary to hi* scattered felhtw- make himself un^kTstood ln 
time. Hungary was by no eountiymen on rite prairie*. * simple way. but to express s 
meat)* Mr* Hoffman’s favorite tending the sick, comforting the more complicated thoughts, and * 
nation. A* a nur*e she wa* dl*tresse«i carrying the goapel. wtpro** litem correctly, wa* n « 
ab.^tr»t a trivpohip when It was beloved by all. At the same different matter That b>ok * 
jtorpeilned and sunk by a -sub- time he was editor of "Az I® >cars, Dr. Hoffman say*. ' 
marine under the ctmtntand of Ol than’*' • Ttte Home a Magyar- He speak* with utmixst polite- ' 
Admiral Horthy. who later be language magazine. r,< ' s<i In a somewhat unfamiliar I 

came Hungary's recent, w RETIREMENT accent. He speak* with more l 

TOI mini; KCKoi-e „ precision than mwl petmle Nim t 

Th , ,^ 'n ,T,r ,n iMS ** ^ ,o ,h - ^ ^ < 

tne tone mission Kxini «tf Mr-, Hoffman weni lo the In some of hi* i*hr»-es have x K 

the l nlte*! Church lent Dr. Duncan, where they stayed for runtinental flavor, r 

notiman to the cokmizaUan de- li* months. Tlten they moved ’ I planted Ja-«t vear 10 fruit c 

RSE3* «•*„ »«*■>■ l r r h "— <* v„ ,J r ,L r ^ 

National Railw ay, "is i«k w« Ro>aJ. trull." he *.■»■» of Kia *artlon. Is 

bon Frank L* an artist and "Tlii* b a God blessed t 
ria. B.C^ Saaiiy. April 12. 195? dpcora,or in Chicago, count n,” he -ay* of Vancouver s 


. her hu*bai 


f 10 Europe. 

and met Admfral 

Horthy. She mentioned 

i the troops! 

Tip torpedoing 

> "Madame.” 

said Admiral Hor 

f thy. “We dtd not know that 

. YOU were a 

i board.” 

Dr. Hoffman became mis- 

, wonary to i 

li* scattered fclkiw- 

i countrymen 

on the prairies. 

lending the 

sick. Comforting the 


•artylng the gospel, 1 

beloved by 

all. At the *ame 

lime he w 

a* editor of ”Az 

Oi thon’*- 1 Th 

e Home) a Magyar- 

language m 

agazinc. 

IN RETIRE 

ME NT 

He retiree 

I In 1945 He and 

Mr*, floffnv 

an wont to live in 

Duncan, whi 

?re they staved for i 

l* months- 

Then they moved 

• their pre- 

sent house in View 1 

Roy al. 

1 

Smi Frani 

< l* an artist and 

interior deo 

orator in Chicago, t 

On his m -M 

recent visit here 1 


wa* a route through Nicaragua 
- via Lake Managua, the project 
1 being under British influence 
j and ultimately abandoned.” 

The writer at the time of the 
* | discovery of the tw'o copies had 
g no difficulty in recognizing them 
( being the coat of arms of the 
p republic of Nicaragua a* pot- 
, ‘rayed on the 1905 and later is- 
1 ''Ues. On Inquiry from their 
i ‘ormer owner wo were told that 
his father was one of the sur- 
? v eyors on the original Nicara- 
guan project, and the only ex- 
planation being that, far from 
j the outposts of civilization, he 
had used some Canadian stamps 
5 he happened to ivave In his 
» pocket for the transmission of 
! letters to the nearest coastal 
port. 

Later Denis Day. In the same 
t monthly, stated that ‘The use 
of Nicaraguan cancels on Cana- 
dian stamp* is. of course, 
known to specialists, but that " 
<l»jes not say they have ever 
sc^n any" (!). A decided nega- 
tion of a given statement if ever 
there wa* one. Anyway we 

have seen three and it is on the 
cards that someday a cover may 
show up with the cancel on it. 
Unfortunately those we have 
seen had been removed from 
the covyrs. 

* * * 

AusiraUa will issue a 3'»d red 
stamp with a portrait of tile 
Wueen on April 2t. It will he 
oi the same si/e as the currrnt 

stamps and will he issued in 

sheet* of 160. Tvvo additional 
values will be issued later, a 
la and a 3d. Burma lots changed 
her currency from rupee-, an* 
nas and pie*, to pyas and kvat-. 
One hundred pyas equal* one 
kyat and one kyat equals one 
ru|»ee. the equivalent of our 21 
cents. Invest Africa will 

Issue a set of five Coronation 
stamp* «in June 2 showing a pur- 
trait ot the Queen inset ord 
seme cvf the flora of thul tern- 
lory a- design*. 



PAILy COLONIST MAGAZINE 


VICTORL4, B.C., SUNDAY, APRII. 12, 1953 


This Week s Profile ^ (J. €. IV, 


THE hands that scratched an escape tunnel 
from a First World War Russian prison 
hut now tend a garden in View Royal. Dr. 
Frank Hoffman, former university professor 
and officer of the Ausiro-Hungarian Army, 
fled from his Bolshevik jailers the day before 
he wax to have* been executed, trudged "across 
Siberia and entered Canada illegally after 
being smuggled aboard a troopship. 

He squared himself with the immigration 
department, graduated from theological col- 
lege and became United Church missionary 
at large to 17 Hungarian settlements scat- 
tered over 6M.000 square miles of Sas- 
katchewan. 

Today, aged 76. he lives in retirement here 
with his Scottish wife, who was a frontier 
nurse. The Hoffmans are two of the most 
Interesting among all the far-traveled |>eop!e 
who make Victoria their home. 

A STRONG MAN 

Dr. Hoffman is a courteous man with a big. 
Intellectual-seeming head and a square-cut 
frame that tells of enormous strength. His 
study overlooking the sea is lined with Hun- 
garian prints and with book* in eight lan- 
guages. all of which he reads and speaks. 
Hardships which would have killed a lesser 
man have only mellowed him. He give* the 
Impression of wisdom, tolerance, and a deep, 
kindly faith. 

He was born in the village of Kunmadaras, 
Hungary, the son of a Calvinist rector of 
small mean*. With .the aid of government 
scholarship*, the brilliant youth graduated 
from the agricultural college at Keszthely. 
studied law and gained a doctor's degree, be- 
came manager of a model farm, and was ap- 
pointed to the chair of economics and statis- 
tics at Kassa Agricultural College. 

Meanwhile he had completed two years' 
military training under Hungary's conscrip- 
tion law. and received a commission in a 
cavalry regiment. 

STUDY, TRAVEL 

In 1907 he wa* sent abroad for tw f o years 
of study and travel in Switzerland. Germany, 
Holland, the United State* and Canada, lie 
spent some time in the large Hungarian set- 
tlement near Yorkton. Saskatchewan, and got 
to know Dr. T. A. Patrick, who was to prove a 
good friend to him lafer. 

His first wife died in 1913. His only son. 
Frank, then aged 12, came to New York to 
study at Presbyterian College In Manhattan. 

It was to be a long separation. Before Dr. 
Hoffman even knew his son’* address, he 
found himself riding north against the Rus- 
sians with the Hungarian National Guard. It 
wa* 1914. 

lie was wounded in the head by shrapnel 
and taken prisoner, A few years before, he 
and some associate* had gone to Russia a* 
honored guest* of the Czar, to study Russian 
horse* breeding. They were show n around in 
luxury. Now Dr. Hoffman found himself once 
more the guest of the Czar in a prison camp. 
The quarters weren’t so good this time. 

For three years in a camp at Bererowka in 
the province of ZbjHkalskja he lived in the 
same barracks with Turkish war prisoner*. 

He *et himself to learn the Turkish language. 


which was akin to his native Magyar, and 
mastered it in two years. At Turkish funerals 
he delivered a message of sympathy and a 
prayer on behalf of the Christians. 'Thus I 
became a connecting link between Christians 
and Mohammedans,” he says. 

IN CZAR’S REIGN 

During the Czar's regime, international 
law for the protection of war prisoners was 
■largely observed. But after the Russian Rev- 
olution. supplies of food, clothing and medicine 
were cut pitifully shore 

Bolshevik agents came among the starving, 
ragged prisoners and promised fc*od. clothing, 
comfort, money and privileges tp those who 
would join the Red Army. Dr. Hoffman held 
out. 

The Bolshevik commissars seized his camp 
at Berezowka near the Baikal Lake on April 
22, 1918. ‘They started gathering the prisoner* 
wjho *eemed lit. and pressed them into the 
Red Army. Dr. Hoffman and three comrades 
wen? sent to protest. They were put In sol- 
itary confinement at once. 

Dr. Hoffman’s Jail was a small log ca^in 
with an earthen floor. It had been used as a 
tool shW. In half an hour, a commissar 
entered and told Dr. Hoffman that he was to 
be hanged at dawn. 

PRAYER ANSWERED 

He thought he wa* a dead man, but an 
answer came to his prayers. The two drunken 
guards drifted off to the canteen. In the coal 
bin he found a battered wash basin and a 
pitch fork with two and a half prongs. A heap 
of manure piled against the wall outside had 
protected the ground against the frost. 

With his hands and hi* poor rusty tools 
he clawed a tunnel under the wall and ran 
through the night, away from hi* executioners. 

“Walking In darkness and hiding by flay 
under bridges, culvert*, in haystacks, in for- 
ests In cemeteries and barnloffs. faring on 
bread, bacon, cheeae and chunk* of frozen 
milk left on window ledges. I made my wav 
aero*-* the barren land,'* he afterward* wrote. 
"It was then, and I hope it still is. an old tradi- 
tion In Siberia to expose food for the helpless 
refugees." 

HI* knowledge of Turkish proved to be a 
life-«-aver. He joined a Turkish-speaking 
TartarKirgis caravan and traveled with It. 
sitting around the camp tires with the horse 
drivers, sharing their simple meals of cereals, 
milk, cheese and butter, with occasional n; u ‘- 
ton and goat's meat. Milk wa* churned to 
butter In leather bags on the saddles. At night 
men, 1 leasts and good* took shelter in caravan- 
serais, hams of Immense size. 

FRIEND IN NEED 

He joined other caravan* heading eastward 
•until. In November. 1918. he arrived at N’iknlsk 
Ussurilxk, 106 miles from Vladivostok on the 
eastern shore of the Pacific! Walking in the 
market square and wandering how the would 


DR. FRANK HOFF 
— Missionary. 


moved to Vladlvos- 
i small Chinese dq- 
‘pent a night haling 
and fell in wt|h a 
tntlsh soldiers. X A 
icrt&on took him i»n- 
lection and employed 
ervant in the Army 
!>v The same colonel 
p other Hungarian 
who were hanging 
h dly. hail starved 
the charge of tw.» 
Russian guard*, 
k-m jobs, There u.. a 
Ion. 

pan lie. a me a e \ m- 

Irurtor. 

ped un rage It 


the "Y” canteen. After work- 
ing hours he gave Chinese of- 
ficers lessons in German, gym- 
nastics, horseback riding and 
fencing, in^li of which he was 
an expert. 

Mr. Galley gave him a copy of 
the New Testament and Psalms, 
a gif* which he prized greatly, 
While he served, guerrilla war- 
fare between White and Red 
Russian*, raged 10 or 15 mile* 
away. Dr Hoffman found some 
Hungarian comrades m 14 nearby 
camp. A Red agent detected 
and threatened him when he 
wa* distributing gifts there. It 
was time to move nn. 

Armed with a letter of intro- 


duction. hi 
tok with I 
tachment, I 
in an at«ii 
group of I 
Colonel R<| 
der his pn| 
him as a I 
Supply CfiJ 
hijacked 1 
prisoners 
around tn 
and lost ij 
bewildered 
and gave t 
a fine re ml 
Dr. Hod 
nfcsium ins 


ON THE 
INSIDE: 


Ctinton, the Last 
of the Old Frontier 
on Page 7 


Yachtsmen \ftu 
Sail in Winter 
on Page 


An Evening Itate 
With Princess Margaret 
on Page 10 


I 






Menace in a Pixie Hood 


"FlxJe bond* worn by women 
•re • mnuff.'' — Birmingham 
Accident Prevention Com- 
mlttee. 


By NATHANIEL GUBBINSi; ; 


roly poly jam pudding for 3d 
and a cup of cuffed for a penny. 

“Some gave ttye waiter a 
penny tip, though moat of a* 
grabbed our change and eaca^ed 
in the fog before he knew wt 
had gone. 

"An ithcr favorite restaurant 
of mine w.o» an even steamier 
little place, where the plat du, 
jour was 'Baby's Head’— a 
steak and kidney pudding for 
one person which looked exactly 
like a baby's head and cost you 


T*Hl committee meant a men 
* ace to road safety, but : Dixie 
hoods can be a menace in other 

R way*. 

I wandered down the 

me; 

A*fl on every hand 

A pi sic in .1 p.xie hood 
straight out of fairy 
[»1 land. 

RV And some of them Were 
Ul young and bold, and 
«ome were old and 

* re y- _ 

But all had come from Pixie 
land, and all of them were gay 


This horse-drawn royal state landau, used daring the visit of the King and Queen In 
1939. will convey Governor-General Vincent Massey from Government House to the r> ir- 
I lament Buildings in Ottawa for the capita l‘s celebration of the Coronation June 2. The 
landau has been rc finished in maroon, doors carrying the Royal coat of arms iCP from 

National Film Board > 


Epidemic of Yellow Fever 
Again Moving Northward 

•V THOMAS R. HENRY coast of the United States now Argentina 


That knew the language of 
the birds, the music of the 
spheres; 

That knew the tinkling 
laughter of the merry gnome 
and sprite; 

That heard the tall trees 
whispering their secrets in 
the Bight. 

f wandered down the High 


Mart* AiaavWsa Hta.pap-r 41 l»u< 

\ WASHINGTON - Once in ap- 
proximately cadi 400 years, 
vfayan priests predicted, ”Xe- 
MMkik" would come in a 
dK - ‘M moving wave out of the 
south 

^^Jgj Xckik cam** last, as 
I. Iih« Mayan prophesies 
had Indicated, about the 
M. %( lmc of the second vuy , 
of Columbus, and 
follower- were truck 
•|k down by a disease 
§T* which wa.s "yellow and 
[ saffron as gold.''’ 

It had reached south- 
ern Mexico three limes before, i 
the Mayan records said, and 
each time the dead In Its oath 
had been too many to bury 
Now, apparently. It Is on Us 
way once more. 

In a little more than 20 years 
it has come. In a series of ex 
plosive jumps from the Valley 
of Canaan t Valle do Cannaan » [ 
in the Brazilian state of Es 
piritu Santo, just north of Rio. 1 
to central Nicaragua. 1 — . — , 


telephone N 
Street, and there on every 1 only inaudible, 
hand I talk for hoftrs 

A pixie smiled and seemed to Letter to an 
say. “Oh. come to fairyland; Hullo. Is thz 
‘To fairyland, and dance with What? 

us In some enchanted wood, j j “Is th 

And drink with us ambrosia. yes. Who’s 
and live on fairy food.” I This is !JL 

I nearly want: until .1 saw., * 

in every butcher s shop. / . 

A pixie snflling archly lo beg 
an extra chop. I . . , 

I’m all right 

. . . I wandered dwn the High ol \ rm * n rt| 

Street, and wandered home m “ r ? _ 

Who? 

once more. „ 


the iJeath wave a Utile more a H the characteristics of yellow 
accurately than could l he Mayan but a diagnosis of y ellow 

priests. He has established that fever was absurd. So thought 
It Is moving northward at an bu*h the Brazilian doctors and 
average speed of 13 miles a Rockefeller Foundation 
month. 

dowm. or even 

for s few months or even 
years, before there is another 

> ’ explosion" and it starts mov- 

On the ln * *C* ln *uicr than ever, 
way It has gathered speed and ONCE CONQI’ERKI) 

.virulence. | Yellow jack supposedly was! 

BLCK MOHQI ITO conquered a little after the turn 

The disease Is sylvan yellow 0 * tbe century when It wa? 
fever. It travels on the feeble demonstrated through one of. 
wings of a tiny, pale blue mo* lhe moat drama!* series of 
qulto which ordinarily can be '‘xpcrimenls in medical history j 
found only in the high treetop* 
qf the tropical rain forest. By 
the time it reaches 
Mayan kingdoms of 
smothered ruined cities 
southern Mexico it 
major disaster, 
farther north 
questionable 

in fact, that proposals for a 
sanitary cordon across the gulf 


physj- 

Before long it may slow clans, In Brazil on another mis* 
lop altogether. **on, who started Investigating 
the outbreak. 

Such a diagnosis, they feared, 
would make them the laughing 
stock of the medical profession. 
There could be no yellow fever 
without aedes aegytl, the mos- 
quito which bites only humans, 
and no mosquitoes of this 
species had been known In the 
Valle do ('an naan for 2fl vears. 


lung,* nx-quitc. a common variety “ 
around human habitations. This 
be a I waa proved with American sol L_L 
How much dirr volunteers by an army NOT KK.HT PROGRAM 
cam go is £°* rd headed by t>r. Halter, A salesman of radio rets in • 
80 questionable, acting on a theory ad httle out poet on the shores of 

vaneed 20 years before by Dr.j Hudson Bay has just missed a 
Carlo* J. Finley, a Cuban magnificent deal He was visited 
. * b > Maiahuhahpl. an intelligent 

This fateful demonstration m young Eskimo woman who had 
1900 made possible, for one' been sent by her tribe to make 
thing, the building of the a bulk purchase of radios 

r™*™. <•««.) oW , r to prow tbe ' KOOd 

' 7 r *f- *".*7 1 — lily ot hL. nvrrhandiv th. 
^ Sm u !?' v "> dor >“B«i one of the sou on 

J ™* Mll) G * n - 7 IUm * pro*™™ which hap[ynen lo 
WIS lWe ,0| ' k i * J **<*> •“* hunting, hui ,hc 
chmlnat, the dlwaM completely speaker put out so many erro 
from the canal territory, In -neons details about the matter 
eluding pestilence ridden Pa- that Maiahuhahpl balked at the 
nama City. Henceforth excava- purchase. 

tions could proceed with, sup- ThoAe ar » n . nrl k,„a« 

posedly. no p-MMUty o(W£T *£ ” 


2 Bally (Solotttat vw»v.«a, t.c., s«.<ky, April 12, 1953 


t 


Mafficks Daffodil Farm 
Has Record for Harvests 


fodil family, too. There are 
about 5.000 varieties of na:- 
cfcsl 

Guesswork *s eliminated f 
growing ilnff-xiiis. BUk kt e 
' lose study on the kdences af 


In a good year 250.000 dozen 
daffodil* can be shipped from 
the Mattiek farms. He Is one 
Guesswork -s eliminated fiom of five mam grower shippers on 
BUI- k« eping ” 


Vancouver Island, although 
there are about 200- growers on 


By BILL MAYOR *us means not only tin while, tario the temperature is kept at 

XJKXT time you pick daffodils jkjw *ut awo .»»? entlrt c:*l a censunt 40 degree.*. 

from your garden don’t try 
to set an unofficial record; you 
probably won t have the speed 
nor 100 dozen uf the flowers. 

That amount of the daf f s * 
was picked by William Maipck 
in 17 minutes, something the 
"Daffodil King” of Vancouver 
Island believes Is 
record. 

Hard field work, study of . w*eatber Information is kep» at 
entific facts on the flower-grow- Cordova Bay farm home., 

ing industry and a few ty tiia Past w-eather conditions are is c * nrted as far as possible, 
own inventions have helped 1 thar1ed and ke P’ in the den. j”**"' bu,b d *«ker is on order for 
place Mr. Mattlrk as one of the ,h ‘ s information is apptie.) dt ‘ ,,Vf ’ r > this falL A cabbage 
five main grower-shippers from lo his industry on several farms pUn,ln ^ madiine which can av- 
Vancouver Island. °n the peninsula. icraee S .000 ulants an Knur •« 

He’s been in the business for Ql’iCK picking 

himself sln.e 1930 In the Saan ThM . . , . , l "’ ' ,,e 1<u,n - I 

ich Den Insula and now uses! .f*™ A large flower house, fully In-, 

about 350 acres for his fluwersifjf * hi * time of ****. yw.JsuUted and equipped with large' 
and other produce. He learned 1 * Ve ” P rrmarv * nt 


I 




feeling his business, - inclu.l’rg, the Island, most of whom sell! 
land clearing, botany, bacteria. [to wholesale nutlets here or at 
an imoffi.:uu, P^ 801 diseases, insect life «nd I Vancouver. 

' Wrr "• r,llU *"°" P*r '^>l»IODESN MkTHOns 

Mechanization of tl»e Industry 

A 


jerage b.000 plants an hour is 
one of Bill's own ideas and was 
I made on the farm. 





Vanessa Broun 


on Broadway. 


getting seas 


manrtif employee^ electric lighU hanging low is V/ n L # 

nal help of about used during ti.e bio.. ming of the VfinP^Qn RmWlT Hlfc H in k 

persons. It was a .flowers to bring them along on| T U,IC WU UIUWII ^ lUd 111^11 


the bu.-m.-b ..nginally lr..!M VS ‘ r ‘ u .vxi during tt.e bW,M..ming of th. V 0116^0 tSTOWn MltC Hmh 

T. Edwards, bulb grower of Gor -if no,her 50 Persons. It was a flowers to bring them olong on T UIUWII illy II 

don Head. When he be omu hLs^t ^** r * “Co when Bill estab time. Temperature is main C _ . i * Q I L r\i 

own boss Bill Mattiek enlarged ]uh *' i unofficial picking cc lalmd within a degree when thcODOr IH Dr0QQW(JY PlOV 
his holdings and bought oui Mr ,l>r ^ W dozen daffodils in 17 flowers are being forced in ( ' • 

.*. . minutes. An average picker) flats. By SHEIUH GRAHAM for H Vanessa until something 

*' n ,h<? Work harvest About 15.000 dozen tulips are \ rANESSA Brown Life’s re ^‘ifnating Ls offered lo her. 
about 100 dozen an hour. under cultivation on the Mattiek I V crnX , , h " l r* nt * no,hcr like the 

Fersow tying th*- flowent. farms annually, although the* a Wt on Broadway m The flr i m Seven Y ear Itch.’ 

using rubber i-ncls. work faster, flowers an- more delicate th.m * MT? a 


Edwards. 

There's a note of sentiment 
in his v'olce when he tells of 
that. "Mr Edwins did every- 
thing he could to nelp me.* 
Bill says. 

FROM PRAIRIES 


and thus it requires three pick-] daffodils when shipping ar-l 

ere for two engaged in tying. ' rangements- are being made 

Bill ax , Persons who become expc*rt at They don’t .-.iter the shipping! 

» “i! ^ J J ■ g0 |? rin * can av rage 250 dozen an picture in such Urge volume. i 

m ihl ^ * * Sa f K ’l hour ,or 10 hours 8 da V* While This summer in his Cordova 

Z '2 ISJ^ETT , Whcn ! 5f,m : even 3^ daten Bay area 24 acres will be cov- 

he was a child. He lost one mark. , rrfv i u ._ n 

hand during his cbddh wd btit After flowers are picked andiiqo.OOO of them placed to grow) 
has owroome this ai much as. tied they are placed in wa:er[3(xui00 pounds of bean* to fill a 
^ rV 41 * ^ f ^ ld 0 ^ rn1 ^^ P«cked and then 1 contract with a wholesaler spe 

M h ?‘* pUy ‘ ng v SO[I and sh *PP^- | clawing in frozen foods, 

ro ling his own smokes. j The flowers are shipped in. When those seasons am over 

now and has j cardboard wax paper-lined car- winter arrives, but it docsn*t 
two cniidren. tons. 35 dozen bltK>ms to each mean a holiday season. Prep 1 

Explaining *ome oar? of h.s carton. W'hcn traveling by aratk.ns must be made in Bowei 
industry, Rill no»es thai narc*s Tran-sGanada Air Lines to On and to*^l shed«^ fora new reason. 


•riel 

•hyJi 

the I 


and reductive creature.) . 

Hollywood, which has' R ( 
had Vanessa exclusively'^ 
for the last nine years 
(she <-ame here in Sep- 
t ember. 1943. as a 
youngster for a picture | 
entitled “Youth Runa^j.JJ 
Wild"! is sitting up and 
taking notice. Here they 
now find a new Vanessa 
Brown, beautiful and ap- 
I*ealing. ik> longer just 
i he bright little former 
quiz kid. 

As Vanessa wisely ad- 


as much variety, playful 
and MiaHiy.” 

nessa's debut In “Youth 
i Wlkf' was acclaimed by 
Titles, as was her perform- 
In “The Late George Ap- 
She was always good in 
succession of film* she 
*: ‘Girl of the Limberlost." 

Always Loved Yo*^: 
r g i e." “Mother Wore 
*Tlie Foxes of Har 
‘The Ghost and Mrs. 

*T7ie Heiress," “Big 
'Three Husbands,” *Tar- 
ind the Slave Girls," "The 
«er." Her latest Is 'The 
and the Beautiful." which 


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Newest Tailored Costume Jewelry 


bri.ily raptures the quality 
iha<|j made her an instantane- 
ous Wclk-k on Broadway. 

BA< |K TO STAGE 


By MARIAN RAHL 

fA I LOR ED jewelry 


has 





opened up and presents an 
airx- f eeling this spring' The 
■■■■ -asual mood of your 
tweeds, the little wool 
suit and the many repa 
rates that make up The 
iverage wardrobe is 
Byfl ?ssy to carry out with 
these polished gold 
metal pieces. Smooth- 
flowing contours of 

H bracelets, necklaces, ear- 
rings and pins fre- 
quently underscore the, 
trim slim lines of the ' 
i new clothe*. 

Because the designer i 
of tailored jewelry depends upon . 
pure line for beauty, It Ls often 1 
tremendosisly interesting. Neck ‘ 
laces, for example, may have 
tear-drop shape links; overlap 
ping layers of metal, each' 
slightly arched to create a feel i 
ing of depth. Link fregtmenls 
range fmm classic oval loops io| 
horseshoe twists, curves, scal-j 
loped and petal outlines Gold an<i Hnk 5tvlMi Tou 

can have 

domes alternate with open thera wlth ch,™ OT Angles 
circles. Your necklace may be , n versions that simulate real 
choker or longer lengths. Three | jwrlry or frmnk ly fake and 
dimensional effects contribute amusing. The Victorian era 
to the feeling of open space, too. 

You’ll like the unusual necklace 




mits, "Had I but con- 
cealed my brains carefully at 
the outset, the studio heads 
would not now be »o surprised 
at my blossoming out. Cinder- , 
ellalike. or Is it Sadie Thompson- Tie ikh to return to the 
like? Ma,f started when Katharine 

“Brains are no handicap HejAura persuaded her to doV 
| They’re an as»ct. Always. But a Yyr of “As You Like Iu* 
a foremost woman must be * studied Shakespeare at 

charming. So my advice is |«*** a nd It finally paid off 


manning, .-o my 
don’t show off you're smart. 
Then you'll really be smart. 

IF YOl"RE CUm 

“Anything in excess back 


to 

fa- 


ne \-HI 
she I}' 

XI 


Anything in excess 
fires." cautions Vanessa. .“I 
found that out. If you’re clover 
you don't get to play anything jsucci 
but a stereotype part of what himJ 
you are thought to be. And If. , Hon | 
on the other hand. Marie Wilson. ofteJ 


for Instance, wants to play any- 1 b*-tw 
thing else, her highly publicized l n 
figure might be a handicap. So. high 
variety being the spice of life ! Part 
I wear low-cut gowns in the ) Year 
evening and berets and turtle she 
[neck sweaters by day." w „, 

[ Vanessa came her*- when she one 
1 j. signed when site ap ahor 
fiared in “Watch on the [ the < 
Rhine.’ Between pictures she a q U 

I grabbed off a BA at 

Her hobby In going to the.trart| 
black and white costume this courts. T find it fascinating said. || 
spring. Sometimes a bit of listening to stories about mur- and 
red enamel is added and a der. nx^ney ajxl blood curdling 1 I’m 
little touch of rhinestones. , ht ft. The more offbeat, the 'six J 
Earrings wheel their way better I like it I still n-mem l Bel 
which is enjoying a fashion, into your tailored wardrobe >n ber orte old lady they brought near*I 
revival as a granddaughter wondrous large hoops and wed- m for grand lan-eny. She kept'potkJ 


Polished gold-metal links fit 
smoothly in this handsome 
Tara necklace. The gently 
waving stems are Upped 
with tiny tulips that nold 
gleaming rhinestones 


*n»e tailored piece of Jewelry 
can play an important role 
ln your wardrobe this year. 
Here you see a darling little 
enamel pin highlighted by 
two lake emeralds. 


hair and saying 


with wide flat open llnl« <hat |p]aitf tor a Coronation next ding bands. Some have cut in fixing her 
V h ^ n T r , ' d . B !!, 0n * umnv * r * wl,h curling effc?ta; and oblong or otherj’Gibb* rivh.* 

k i tJE, K rn l Jr lng rnotits open flexible links and shapes, a few are waw or 1 In New York If you want 

earring* in weddmg hand rings curved plagues. scalloped. Large concave' but Vanessa’s autoeraoh lust .n 

Enam «‘ 1 P iW4t * n ‘ ^j«*j1ng ton earrings have a mobile to the courts wfhen a big care 

with UsHt-werteht woolen now „ revival, too, and black is feeling with tiny golden beads is on g 

u Z ** perfect MS,, Y ,h< * most outstanding hanging free at the centre.! Hollywood will have to wait 

w,th little cottons. with gold. Delightful black- There's even a group of sep- ~ H> ” >0 W aJt 

Bracelets continue to laden amoor and black bird piece, a rate earrings for the girl who a .. M ” 

vour arm«. They are in rigid such as pins will highlight the like* to mix her own. Iwilg Clolonifll 


■ bright. I think Kate’s 
lating. And ahe looks 
prful." said Vanessa, who 
cared much about how. 
ctoked. Now she realizt-v 
xa« an error. 
iessa’5 husband, a very 
ss/ul plastic surgeon, finds 
If In the anomalous posl- 
►f having to commute more 
than his wife ever did 
x-n the two coasts. 

New York. Vanessa lives 
in the sky. lacing Central 
But when "The Seven 
Itch’’ has run its course 
»lanx to return to I lolly- 
"I’m supposed to star In 
>t the three Billy Rose 
stories. "The Girl With 
i>lo»-n Mandolin,’ but 

I fstlon of when I can get 
from the play. My con- 
is for the run. But. as I 
if something fascinating 
v under! ul <x>mes along, 
jre they’ll let me go for 
■eka." 4 

veen shows. Vanessa op: 
on television, recites the 
scene from "Romeo n n>i 
to help rai.se money for 
meriran bihakespearc So 
And, a couple of day- 
►ne of the leading Nriv 
japerx carried a headline 
BroAn Writes a 


| Jullei 
the > 

| defy. 

ago. 

York 

“Vani 

Play.l 


Victoria, ».C M <k»«Lr. Apr 3 12 , 1953 




Evening With Princess Island's Roads 

I r- • P • II By FRANK KELLEY 


Is Expensive, Enjoyable 


Ho* about drink* and cigar- 
ette*? Whrj t* to *ee the Prin 
c*« home? What is it going 
to (xgit you? 

There are very precise 
answers to all these questions 
and they ad. I up to the fasclruit 
Ing. but complicated, business 
of escorting a Royal Prince** 
amund London’s West find in 
Coronation year. 

T" begin with. y4u must have 
nvi the Princess previously to 
have even a ghost t of a chance 
o t taking her out. 

.It helps « lot if your father 
has some official position. 

The first thing to get into 
your head is that Prince** Mar- 
garet never makes a iwomimC 
with a single escort. 

AKKtM.IMi PARTY 

A party and 1 have been In 
xuftny of them must b** 


1 I Jk 4 * V 1 1^1 w irl 1 III K -J Yr d i- •* | ir ^ TT has been established that highway from Campbell River 

" ** mm W " W / “ J # 1 the application of the Cana- along the waterway is made 

( dian Northern Railway, which possible by the position* of 

A young man who beiono that a young man referred to knowledgeable site is about the concern must have found not Lower and Upper Campbell 

to the exclusive circle in j “your father" in Margaret's stage. (too heavy grades was accotn- | takes and westerly via Elk 

which Primes Margnm hearing. tham ■ ne wum panled by a charter with a "pro- River and Drum Lake 0,000 

move* tell* for the first -You mean the King. 1 sup file" sketch of the grades its feet above sea level) the divide 

time ju»t how she g»U pose," said Margaret Icily - and | When the show ends there engineers had located between between east and west coast 

taken out for m evening. 1 left the party The same act of , ** rtn alteration in the routine [the Campbell Lakes and the watersheds. From Drum Lake. 

TONDON r N ,VN A) - Probaoiy'«** «»®"'^ at^ would befall ^ ^ As host, you are ' headwater; of the Nlmpisk «m heading westerly . the grade 

L it W jil never hamvn m vou anyon e foolish enough to speak invited. together with about two River, but are evidently some would follow the Heber River 

««*«• , r nm r 2 ^To ln ^ to rrh ,h rv 'sx 

******* Prtncejw Margaret ou. .. . it to So t- a r ivhr club An I al vic,n * , V of Crown Mountain. | r '»*d grade then turns northerly 

for the evening. !L A ,V h * ^ i i, ? , Not having negotiated this up Gold River through the 

And then what happens? t ^ “I"* ^ u " W ,k *** ‘^particular bit and unable to heavily-timbered area, bypass- 

Who pays the bill*’ Whol> 0 ‘ " U3 rn T n,,on , lh * v * h ™ ! or * >U f “r ? - I R^ate a copy of the “profile" , ing Mu, halt Lake and over he 

order* the taxis? What does ' '* h,ch . ,nten<1 *° bo< »k - for , statelyof Londons night clubs sk ^ |ch fijej with B.C.'s depart Uecoad highest elevation, just 

ahe like to eat? What sort ot [ he ,hea,pp ** the Princess It is Princess Margaret's favor ment 0 j ra |jta*ys in 1913. it or- UOO feet above the sea. From 

show does ahe want to *ee? fl i^rite «iter»alnment. Ite club, so you will be imme curmJ to mt j mlght ^ able t0 ‘ there it would go along to -he 

How about drink* and cigar Princess arrives in her . di.itelv guided to the table re- tearp something frupi the men Klaanche River Valley and 

ettea? Win is to see the Prin — ,, uiraxanii t . who know the knights u v *r *h* third and last divide 

ces^ hmv-? What is it going i of transit, chain and camera 1 1,000 feet) of the route 

to e\*t you? , » j, i who spy our the land, register through the mountain pass 

There arc very precise Its topographic appearance on dowh to the Nimpkish River, 

answers to all these questions || photographic plates and plot ILs which trends generally north 

and they add up to the faxciruit aUn '* • t ^^BBwr ^B heights on corttour maps. westerly and approximately two 

lng. but complicated, business 1 w a- s given every' fosalble miles east of Vernon Lake. A 

of escorting a Royal Princess assurance by SurveyorTieneral Bttle farther al«»ng l» iw.sses 

around London’s West End in 1 * Andrews and his chler aide. Mr. about two miles to the we*.t ot 

Coronation year. I \ ^ ^°^ s - *hat the survey Klakiakama Lakes and appruxi- 

Tb begin with. y4u must h/»ve ’* ! ' »l division of the Department of mately 10 Anile* west of Schocn 

met the Prlnoi-jw previously lo^ *' | i . Tjnds was for service tu the Lake, with some striking mil 

have even a ghost! of a rtiaiue J Y I public. When my wants wen* formations adjacent to irs 

of taking her out I • > f a *, j explained. Mr. Rolfs was in shores. 

.It helps a lot if your father • k k' * L st meted by the surveyor-gen- Continuing- In the same direc- 

some official p*>sin<»n |V* * * M ;rral to prepare *ome contour ! »°n, the trans Island highway, 

The first thing to get m*o • i IV . * hwte ol Nimpkish and Upper when built, would pass close to 

your head is that Prince** Mar V* MV : Campbell lakes. the confluence of a fair sired 

estet never nukes u iwominie 14. * Mr Rolis explained he had stream flowing out of Wo*s 

wdMt a single cTi cort S. \ ^ marked the location of two Lakd. some four miles to the 

t |jL ' '■AV summits, whl. h would hive to westward. From that point on 

ARK AMLINti PARTY * be negotiated by either highw a\ the Nimpkish River the area 

A part) *nd 1 have been bill or llf ^ irou ^ ,h - is pmcttcally level for 

Htny of them must h** centre of Vancouver Island distance and runs through mag- 

irrw.xft ..f about half t <\r>ix‘r 4 from the end of exi- nt timber lands unul 

[tv M#-d ,-n -.j... rh< prin -w • rjtjjSt ? -waif »M \ *#, Neither «*f those summit v ar «- Nimpkish Lak** i- reached, 

run,* > . .i n. . ^ |B \ ^ 1 UJ ’‘ 111,1 /• - 1 l-v. 1 > lak*- li- north and > • . i t n 

and can he attained over easy for some 15 miles, along which 
I grad»*s. All of whi'h enables the highway would continue to 
'me to state that anyone who! the bottom end and then trav- 
' doubts the feasibility of a trans erse a heavily-timbered rolling 
Island highway being con section of country to Port 

strutted through the Island Hardy and strike across to 

I over a practically all water Rupert Arm on Quatslno Sound, 

grade can be assured that such From Hardy, Bay. in order to 
\ a ?rade exists. This statement make the road a real trans 
I can be verified by ihe surveyor Island highway, it could con- 
o xtvrak to Prtnce*»a Margaret .general and Mr. Rolfs Itlnue over a low-lying stnM.-h 

»er*df?“ ' i PRINCESS MARGARET I ^ P* olwd fr °"t old and new of country, with no weather- 

Then Marraiet’, Hear v.. ■ survey* a feasible route for a scarred mountains In sight, ty 

' . own car usually a Daimler— served for her use on the right L Shushartie Bay, only harbor of 


ZUAny of 
arranged of 
matched cot 
must have 
except, perh 
•VIII be alio 


■nd 1 have been In 
them must he 
about half a dozen I 
pic*. The Prin* ess 
m»-t them before, 
itw. for one. Y..U 
wed to utld “guest 


K someone, usually * .woman. 1 
Ihw li** never met. 

Having fixe.1 yotir iiarty you [ 
fmg up Princes* Margaret's! 
lady in-waiting. It is handier If 
ahe knows your volt.'e, because 
then, after a preliminary talk, 
•he win say. "Would you rare 
to »i>eak to Prtnce*»s Margaret 
herself?" 

Then Margaret's dear voice 
tomes on the line. 

"Please, ma’am.'* you say 
•nd however well ,y.*u fLdter 
yourself you know t ”. inces*. 
that furm.il style address is 




PRINCESS MARGARET 1 ^ P ,olu, » from old and new of country, with no weather- 

surveys a feasible route for a scarred mountains In sight, ty 

own car usually a Daimler— served for her u*e ontherighU^ ! Shush art ie Bay, only harbor of 

accompanied by her lady-in hand side of the entrance. I ^ the . . 1 any consequence at the top nf 

waning and a plain clothe* de What wiU you have, ma’am?" ii removed with the ot here! I ,he IsUnd ’ /rum whene'e It 


arc she will whether Pr 
y. I can’t. Iilcnda inakii 


(droppf 

•ie yotifi 

•in a *i 


Tut win 
mi official 
day even in 
old you (x-r 
’ is >x>ur r 

J) "Yc*. Tu 
-next step 


that they are witty, bright 
young peopk*. Bores are .math 
en-..« to Princess Margaret and 
to sftv people who do not watch 
their manner*. 

TIMr. POK HOKKY 

Al! the white you arv haunted 
by the thought that If. during 
• kmg evening, there ts the 


waiting and a plain clothe* tie 
- "V. ‘ M te^-tive. He ha» been sitting In 

. ince> . t j M , j ron | with the driver. 

[m sorTy lo'OOWN WILL TRI.I. 
i Id you care, Invariably she is wearing n 
arty I am, Norman Hartnell dress. And 
y evening?" the tjress tell* you right away 


whether Prbrcess Mnrgan t in * 

| lends making a long night of »t. VM ru * ***' 

If she wisiie* to go on from the To drink? Chnmpagi 
'show to a night club she will he though one or two 
wearing a long dress. men in the party w 

If she intends morning home t *** n * r Xo whisky, a di 
.f,.r ,!»• >h«tr» will n» Pl l , r» !>*«* , " u ' h ''" 
Wf.rlng on.- ol .no tl.m- , Tlu ' S>v™ i 

quartet length dresoe* which ”* nw to - vou * ** bo 
many of her friends believe lil - h,| > *od expe 

suit her better >' ou when .1 L* 

_ , , , , . eaeort her back to the t 

Settled- in flic Theatre ne)|f to 

. * Ml 111“ l niMvv>. 

y-ai. her e*ci*rt. Pr.nce*s Mar women guests, there co 

i? , * 0klP, f ** r mil,0d ‘ -e when She retire* 
wiU quickly produce her cigar roi , m ia ,. Ir ^ u 

rtte holder insert one of a popu Sforit ^ lh;it n M , 
ular brand of cigarettes and «... . 


you ask. but you knuw in ad- ' ‘Time, please!" is called u 1 TOuld po aimotlt due westward 
vance if you are a member of firmly for Margaret as for the ,hrou kb "-Ide streichcs of ’’open 
the magic circle of her escorts most obscure of her sister’s co “ ntry t - ape Scott. 

— that Princess Margaret is .ol subjects. ( Projected on the map. the 

most certain to order a portion The end of the evening is n,Rh ' v rou,e wo “ ,d 0 

Zni 

To drink? Champagne again home now economical move in the begin- 

t hough one or two of thej 1 f. nd Margaret, nlng to carry it on fr^m there, 

men tn fhe party wiU »oon «*« * ^k* and a In the meantime there would be 

change to whisky, n drink ihe da,.zjing smile to you, leaves nrt ^naimwtm, Hiuu.nu. t_ 

Prince**, never touches. , w i,h her lady in waiting. No 

The Princess give* the first ho * t ma > »» the Princess 
dance to you. as her host. She home, she departs as she 
•lance* lightly and expertly and arr * VlN l wirh her official es- 
you are sorry when it l* time to 

escort her back to the table. |J ^ our Kuestfx relax lor about 
For the Princess, as for all T* 01 * 1 ^ half hour few charm 
women guests there come* lhe‘ though the Princess is 


tav contrntedlv. 
the light* go on 1c 


put at 


room is 
are non- 


w ith her lady in waiting. Nt 
host may wv the iTfncesf 
home; she depart* a* sh< 
arrivtNi wirh her official V9 
<k»n*. 

1 Your guests relax for aboul 
another half hour fc»r charm 
tng though the Princess is 
there is always a slight atmos 
pherr of constraint Associated 
with the presence .if r«»y«Ity. 

In that half hour vou men 


■ ‘ca\c S no engineering difficulties in 
tg. No the way if It were decided 4 o 
Princes* 1 shorten the highway, say bo- 
as the tween Tourtenav ana t'nrv. 


1 - tween Courtenay and Upper 
| CAmpbell River via Quinsain 
.Lake, an ana of the Island 
ut which skirts the Forbidden Plat- 
n- eau and the mass of mountains 
is to the westward. Fr.m Quin 
« sam Like io the highway Would 
•d not lx* far away. 


•lightest breach 

of it ' 

intermission. 

yn* escort the 

left with a 

rn 

10. K tj,U in . 

the the verv last 

time Princess 

Princes* a 

private room fit 




Margaret will ev 
of vour*. 

er join a party 

the aide of the 
manager has 1, 

> stage, where the 
aid out drinks and 

M a) ^)p. 

CARRIES 

NO 

MO NICY 

For. make no 
it, sophisticated 

and modern. 

titbits. 

Almost alw 

| 

ay* the Princess 

This mo 
lady In w.ai 

ting. 

is paid by the 
who attends to 


tally tote 

up what th 

haj cost. 

Food and « 

the party 

about $14 

theatre <* 

’Ots, nrwer 

cidental* 

make up 


ich matters-. Princess 
ret does not carrv money 


though she ia. Princess Mar drink* a single glass of cham ah sut*h matters-, 
garct U» a stickler for protocol 1 pagne. Often sji* wiO chat to Margaret does not c* 
People fn her set siili ihlnf ihe producer, who L* usually w i*h her when she g 
when they recall the evening surprised to discover how f be evening. 

: 1 Night merges i 

IS flaiig doloniat v-— • *-C- s-z.,. it i*sj ^ h "‘ 1 


Tatis. 

and *n- 


another $140. The night out 
with Princess Margaret and 
party has set you back LN0. 

But in a few days’ time, when 
the letter arrives from the lady-! 
in waiting to say the Prindessi 


she goes out for in waiting to say the Princess - 
I has “commanded me to thar.k 
ges into early you for a most pleasant eve 
when 2.30 am. ning.“ you decide it was well 
more drinks may worth while. 


CORRECT NOW? 

The following correction I 
recently appean-d in ihe 
Caithness (Scotland) 

In last week's itisue wo 
made an unfortunate error in 
reporting that the departing 
Mr. — was a member of the 
defective branch of the 
county police force. Tills 
should have read “the detec- I 
tlve branch of the county I 
police farce." 

'CklUir.tM Cuur'f ; i. 


J 



HARBOR 

LIGHTS 


B? GRAHAM STEFJf 


TRITERS 


ductor is f* 
the comp< J 
even if hi 
mA«ter. bdj 
the conducl 
about it, el 
under that G 


on musoc are no 
” less vulnerable than any 
other people who are gifted 
M^Bwith retentive memories 

- 

|l| 

rfi; M:.' •• • - - • -f- 

VB >|: 

BBBPihe inaptitude of the ex- 
ample* chosen to illustrate par* 
This writer, how- 


rrectly interpreting 
iurs intentions, but 
[ ^sn’t. the concert 
ng subordinate to 
k, could do nothing 
kept refuse to play 
inductor. 


Few people real toe the role 
played by shipwrights in the 
shipbuilding ■ 


industry- They 
are responsible for practically i 
ail preparational work in ooa-| 
nection with the launching and. 
drydocking of vessels, and a! 
host of other Jobs in which •' 
lumber and timbers are used. 

Patrick J. Graydon can voudij 1 
for the fact that despite the age : 
of steel ships, wood still retains , 
an important place in the in- 
dustry. He is shipwright aml{ 
docking superintendent at Yar 
rows Ltd., a p«' he has held i 
lor several years. 


ticular point 
ever, having been barked at by 
one of our local musical watch- 
dogs for a mistake of historical 
fact, found that he was In the 
awkward position of the ung«»d- 
ly person mentioned in the 
p>a)ms. who unfortunately fell 
into the same pit that he dug 
for somebody else, which is 
embarrassing and a very salu- 
tary lesson for the future! 


Bom in Belfast in 1912 Pat 
took hi* sch >o!lng in England 
and served a seven-year appren- 
ticeship with the Swan Hunter 
and Wig ham Richardson yard* 
on the Tyne. 

Following th3t training he 
went to the south coast of Eng 
land where he w orked in several 
shipbuilding plants. 

During that time he handled 
a considerable amount of boat- 
building work. He went to sea 
as a shipwright in late 1936. In 
ships of the Union Castle Line, 
and traveled between the Old 
Country and South Africa. 


Onlrml Press. CaoadUa 


Tills official drawing reveals the U-3- air force’s new air 
defense guided missile, the Boeing Bomarc, also known as 
F-99 Pilotless Fighter. It is designed to locate, track and 
crash into any enemy bomber attacking the U.S. bx auto- 
matic electronic devices. The warhead, capable of knock- 
ing enemy plane* out of the sky. is located m the Bomarc s 
nose. Powered by one rocket and in auxiliary Ramjet 
engine, tfhe Bomarc is said to be capable of speeds over 
1,500 mile* an hour. It L* slated for ' use by rhe USAF*s 
Air Defense Uommaisd. 


Rebuked, but not discouraged. 
I feel I must say a won! to 
• •ther writers not so well ‘in- 
formed about the farts of music. 
I have be»*n reading a couple of 
advance noti<*es of the perform- 
ance of Haydn’s “Creation.” 
Both of these noti'*es disclose a 
lack of ap'jreciation of the du- 
ties and relative responsibilities 
of the conductor of a combined 
chorjl and orchestra} perform- 
ance vi.« a vis those of his con- 
cert master. It was reported 
that Mr. Steed « oulrt conduct 
the choir and that my good 
friend Mr. Evens would conduct 
the small chamber orchestra 
employed fur this Occasion. 
Nothing couid be farther from 


Later Pat Joined the Vickers- 
Armstrong yard on the Tyne 
and for the following four years 
was engaged as loftsman. He 
came to this city in 1942 on a 
contract with the Yarrows firm. 


Basis of All Skin Care 
Matter of Diagnosis 

By CHRISTINE VEASKY | complexion, sagging flabby, 
T ONDON 


Now's the time to Lulen contours, heavily lined 
think about spring cleaning. P^haps; wants bracing and 
No, I don't mean in >'»la<jpn to lifting. 

our homes, but in relation to C'«nbin*iion skin— An oily 
our complexion*. panel down the no«e and chin. 

No matter what br i id of cos- with the rest of the complexion 
metics you use the Inal* prin normal or tending to drynes*. 
dples of treatment are the' THK |^ T 
same, and if you feel like ex- 
perimenting with new item*, F° r your first step, the 
have a chat with your beau-! cleansing— if your skin is dry, 
tician before you lay In a fresh use a nourishing cream, on the 
stock of revivers. heavy side: if oily, a liquifying. 

The first thing a cosmetic deepcleansing preparation; if 
counter saleswoman should normal or sensitive lor the 
loam is how to diagnose the younger skin a good cold 
various types of complexion be cream, soft and fluffy, 
fore treatment Is tackled. That Next the toning, which also 
seems plain common sense, for removes your cleanser -for nor- 
unless you yourself know' or mal and dr£ skins, a mild 
the salesgirl knows what class freshener, applied cm a pad of 


r this column are 
isapprehpnsion of 
ligh regard for Mr. 
•me writers are. 1 
equemly guilty of 
> that gentleman's 
ponsi bill tie* which 
the very first to 
**P in mind, there- 
1 ud or. one author, 
and the willing 
f all member* of 
horal and orrhe*. 
the fulfilment of 
f the one musical 
musician would 


PATRICK J. GRAYDON 


at a time when the local plant 
was busy with contracts for 
freighters and warships. Four 
years inter Pat returned to the 
Vlckerv Armstrjng plant in 
England. Only there a short 
while when he went to Calcutta 
to serve os shipwright super- 
intendent for the TumerMor- 
rlson shipbuilding firm. 

He went to Calcutta on a five 
year conti act basis but, after 
one year, arrangements suitable 
to all parties concerned resulted 1 
in his returning to this city and 
to Yarrow* Ltd. He h«xs been 
with the Esquimau yard since 
then, and "certainly not un-i 
happy abouf if. Calcutta was 
alright, but . . 


goes* by, this person ha* a sim- 
ilar position to the executive 
officer of a ship. He i* not the 
C.O. but he is the next senior 
member of the most important 
department of the ship. The 
concert master, or leader, Ls the 
bead of the most numerous part 
of the orchestra, the strings. 
We never find the first trumpet 
player or the second trombonist, 
having any similar respnnsfbll 
Ity for the well being of the * 
whole orchestra. It is always 
assumed hv the leader of the 
first violin section. He defin- [ 
ite|y '’leads" his section, and by , 
example and discipline ensures 
that all the members of the two' 
l sections, and to a lesser 
it all thp o»i«er .string play- 
violas. cellos and double 
play togeflter with unan- 
* bowing style* and pro 
the correct notes in the 
hat the conductor require*, 
to be hoped that the con 


live types, 
r-cide for 
our cate- 


you probably can 
yourself which Ls 
gory: 

Dry The *kin 
light across the 
cheeks, finely lined 
fiakiness, with a 


appearance. 

Sensitive Delicate looking, 
as if there were only one layer 
of skin; very fine lines under 
the eyes, tiny veins showing on 
the cheeks; almost tra 
in young people, it 
translucent look and 
lovely complexion, bul 
careful treatment. 

Oily Enlarged pore 
sallow, lazy looking; 
waking up 

Mature 


WorM Pazncu* 

nxx acttm 
iWA Titea «n. 


Uuilf.m A+rammrt.d 
>* Poeuiam cza.no 
■»rtrl«J«* MCT.l CJ Kit 


cads a 
averag 
ten nor- 


n iriaI krone c»<rK» 

Mu*vJ Kt>eclaU#t« 
rr»rJ runniwi Ml' fi 


nt»i j elMl'CIC SHOP 

da BtrlL(i flr;>a, 
im'nul TV cor dir. j 
iSbcct Mudci t 


woman s 


irnou: 


The _ superintendent an<l 
family reside at 49-1 Wa 
Avenue, where Pal finds t 
to carry on with his hobbiei 
gardening and fumit 
making. There are twn li 


Vocal aod Im, 
i® Pandora A»«. 


Satin (Tolonifit Victoria, B.C^ Sunday |K 





John Armishaw's Gate 


Uj c* V. FAULKNOK shaw boys saw service, and were come a highway. The gate t 
^ ; .. wounded, with Canada's 72nd, would commemorate the Ar-j 

TN the Salmon Hlver VBUey Battalion. A tribute to their mis haw's anniversary and at 
1 near £ayward the °J J,ermo, ‘ i father's patriotic real is that he the same time stand as a tribute 
tentacle of the Island Highway a4m<tol ma< > it overseas himself I to early Sayward for the edlfca-' 
rreepa back and forth across the « n ,,p ite pf hls age. tion 0 j passers-by. 

:Sr}° %?£ 1«D Founts I John Armiahaw set tO WOrk.| 

of the croasings the din and dust , John Armishaw was by nature jjj* e ^ 

of vehicular traffic which sets an anient crusader, often for m £?* . J ( 

Ok p..km of Siyward’, fu.ura ,«■ t,^ On* of the -« 

roll ides with a lone symbol of the United Farmers Party, at , rtveraorted na ' 

.ho valley's pa.l the Mrsnfe iha.Um.- making • I food deal up ,£ valky Per 

stone gateway of John Edward of headway in Alberta, lie was , , _ *L r k#a ►,.* thr.upht 

Armishaw that contains both a responsible for organizing the, 1 ^ ^ dav , 4n v*j* v 

blessing and a curse: - party in this area, but w- ^ VonSeU ' w^t ch^ei 

“Blessed be they that spare these C om<x Alben.i rid J* | 

rut rurvdb# they that remove » ™ campaigner^ 

them." | A » ' *, w, ' One K®* stations on a busy high- j 

Above this Inrription the eye of h ™ hobbles was comet play Matching the 

wt»S *tbta gateway is erected, |nR Wld hf used to lake the 

to commemorate the golden wed- a t rurTM . n t along with him on hla,** 1 * 1 - 11 *?• lh ^ 1 J|J*I 

ding anniversary of John Ed- many speaking tours. Forced t0 ! V * J T^ COU ^ d weU ** 081 m lhc , 

ward and Jane Armishaw, 1893'^ a glXK i ^al D f political cam- 1 * huIfle ' 

- 1943." But there is much pa i|j n i nc by boat, he and hU rf.< ORDKD HISTORY 
more to this particular gateway almost loaf their lives one| An umat eur historian who ! 
than meets the eye. trip when their boat was ke p t a careful record of event* i 

LKAVEN KNGLAND wrecked on Laaqueli Island- The around him. John Armishaw i 

John Armishaw was bom U*,^" notesof had worked lor year, to KB 13 ■ 

Tamnock. Staffordshire. In 1*71. :«imingacft» the water *roug™ assemble a history of Saywani., close ud of the memorial. 

At the age of 17 he left England * P**J« |- complete with new. clippmgs.| A cl0#eu P °* m * m ° rtAl * 

for Canada when his father * nd Xhey weT rescued p i ctlir es. and a list of the names,- — — 

cam? to work in the mine at FOR DEVELOPMENT of every man, woman and child f 

Sprtnghlll. Nova Scotia. In 1893 Aa sayvarf* first Justice of who had made their home. In ( O I 1 1* t Ol I A ITl & Q C 

that Maritime town was the tb^Peac^John Armishaw took ^ mountain girt valley. He I llV \sV/UI W \J I Jl. JalllCj O 
scene of his marriage to Jane ^ paternal interest in the wel -« w the place as a fragment of 

Wilson, ami seven years later oJ , he valley, and never pioneer British Columbia to be /N _ ^ _ LJ ^ e> f 4 V # 

they lefr-to come west to Van are<1 o[ wr i t ing or speaking of reo’rde*! for the benefit uf nOfTlC Ol KOV3 ItV 

rouver. For 13 years Armishaw potentialities During his future generations. / # 

operated a candy factory and yt . ar , ^ lhe district he was As work on the gate-way pro- rjpSTON Its official name is' The first Queen Elizabeth 
store at Stanley Park’s Georgia unct^ing In his efforts to pro gresM-d, Armishaw conceived Q four! of St. James's" never cared for the place, much 

Street entrance before 111 health mote upper Island develop **'» « enclosing hhhistonr I { as many people think, preferring other pa, a cos pos- 
forced him to seek s new home menl strangely enough, his ln om * °* th< ‘ posts, and mhor coun of St. James." sibly It had become a*s<>ciated 

In the country. principal target was the one i,,u * l y transcribed every word yV' h en ^.S. Amba.-vaador Win in her mind with her sister and 

Reports of the Salmon River [ ea turm of Skyward that had on special . parchment P a P^ r throp Aldrich recently pre- predecessor, Queen Man,', who 

Valley Intrigued the Arm»*haws. appealed | 0 him most Its iso bought for that purpose. The ^ n(ed hw lT «lentials to Queen spent much of her unhappy 

and they moved there with their ijtion. He consistently pounded ,^ ur * e * h f 5; aque Elizabeth II. he went to Buck 'reign there though it was not 

family (two boys and two girl*) (he t h*me that the Island high- be Justified by first Including a mgham the royal resi the official residence, 

in 1913. From the time they wa y must be extended from blessing — presumably anyone dcfjc ^ - m Lotion bur he is 1 Elizabeth moved to St. 

first steppe<l ashore they be- Campbell River before the who went beyond the first line accredited to the Court James’s from Richmoml when 

came an Integral part of the va u«.y cc»uld come into its own. w *f sirictly on 'heir own. ' j g t James’s. | word came that the Spanish Ar- 

tsoisted community. Inland a . , ' bayward had beco connected Wh ... unustlH i tnocedure mada was on Its wav to attemDt 



A close up of the memorial. 


The Court of St James's 


few miles on the winding Say- 


\ MEMORIAL 


b> n«d for .boul a year when 


dcnce in London, but he is Elizabeth moved to St. 
jfficUUy acci edited to lhc Court James’s from Richmond when 
ot St. James's. [word came that the Spanish Ar- 

Why this unusual piocedure mada was on Its way to attempt 


| the conquest of England. It was 


ward Road, they made their, n lW the year of their, John Armishaw d^ed in May m ^ , at § t . James’s that she received 

fK.me on the quarter section of golden wedding anniversary 1915 Its ^^tbm markco vin (ook {(Ver innd ^ the news that the little, skill- 

valley bottom land where the, John Armishaw started to tm a victorious end to the battle he injll , y 7 ln St . Jameses fully handled English lleef, 

gate MW stands. The lm poring plemcnt his p ans for improvUig had waged lor Wtr M ^ Jh<mp \ XAl The palace he built on helped by storm, had smashed 
backdrop of rlveT and mountains ( the lodge. He planned an tm-f Perhaps, at last like otberl^^^ w J known at St the would-be Invaders, 
fired John Armishaw with plans posing gateway, fashioned from crusaders U-fore him. he found | Ja . p a | tC e ' l "FlUed with joy " says one 

for. -lUk-nya Withih,, Mflvf >ton«. .nd In , lime, a ,h<- vleiory I*m MtWlcfory. l.,„ Jam ^ a Pal . tt ^ chronk-lrr. -*r«t ' crowd, of 


In mind, he named the place wrought iron fence to set it than the I 
“The Armishaw Lodge." off. Completion of the road case his g 

The following year brought link he had fought for was only Of those ei 
the First Great War. Before a year away, then the road in a lasting 
lhat struggle ended both Arml front of the lodge would bfr efforts. 


t it, than the battle itself. In that 


came “the official London resi- noblemen 


courtiers 


rmi»haw 1-odcr " off, Con.pl. lion of tho roadjeu. . W. pinny. •» « s y™ t « l rtrncr of iho novoroijp..' The atlrm*,! her .t the pelttcr and 

follow, n f year brought link hr had fought tor was on y|of thene early aln.uk. wtll * Bn „ lh Court CMe known! for day, on end entenuined her 



The twin gateposts, one on the left bears an inscription. “The Armishaw Lodge” and 
the one on the right contains the memorial with the blessing and the curse. 


memorial to his oMlclmUy an< j Jtl |j in os the there with warlike exercises, 
Court of St James’s, meaning j Bits and tourneys.” 

— the Court of St James’s Palace. | There’s been Tragedy there. 
' That is still the official title Charles I spent the last days of 
'of the court,, though for mare his life at St. James's before 
-than 100 years Buckingham g° ln g to execution. 

I Palace ha* been the actual I 

■ official London residence. ! 

I Now part of the picturesque 1 
J old St. James’s Palace is occu-l 
'pied by various court officials' i 
( w hen the r^al family is not j 
.“in residence” at Buckingham 1 | 

Palace and at some other times. 1 
j The guard is changed every I 
day. The court yards, but not i f 
'the palace, are open to the pub | I 
I lie. Other uses are made of the 
'palace at times 

OLD HOSPITAL 

I Though Henry VIII had the | 
palace constructed on the site 
of an old hospital for lepers, it 
had been added to and partly 
• rebuilt by various kings. But, 
portions of the original palace 
j remain, among them are the fine 
gateway with its clock tower,) 

the chimney m one of the rooms 

with the initials ' H and A” for -c-nu* p-^.. c«n*aiw*. 

H' "r> \ II ari'l Anne Boleyn— In < ) irge of Ca%>di <n eui iin- 

I 'he Chapel Royal. | gent of Boy Scouts lhat will 

It was during the reign of, attend the Coronation on 

^ ( *no*h« i Anne, not Henry VXH June 2, will be Sri r J. 

<wnd q««*en. but the reigning Barry Cale of Shawinigan 

Queen Anne, a daughter of FalLs, Que. Scheduled to sail 
aw Lodge. ** and J*mes II. that St. James's Pal for England on May 1& the 

d the curse. ac * became generally con group, comprised of boys 



Ln charge of Caned tan contin- 
gent of Boy Scouts that will 


4 Bailg ttolonUI VkHr »» s~d*j, April 12 , \m 


James II. that St. James's Pal for England on May 1& the 
I ace first became generally con group, comprised of boys 
sidered the royal residence, from all across the country, 
'But many other British ruler* will return towards the end ol 
stayed there for varying periods. 1 June. 


j 





When a Frostbite Fleet 
Hauls to Winter Breezes 


for it if we raced all week-end.' 1 from ‘ frostbite sailing.” which 
Tills attitude might indicate simply means sailing during me 
that the frost biters are just so . , _ 

CT..V to V racing nilbntk thal wimer ' ^ S P°" •“* 
when they have to haul out in for many years in 

their regular craft for the win- 'many places, including some 


By JOHN GREEN 
IF there’s one Victoria sport 
* less popular than any other, 
its probably frostbite sailing. 

Ptwxstble participants avoid it by 
thousands Potential spectators 
each week stay away in multi- 
I udes. 

In all there probably aren't 
much more than two dozen peo- 
ple who have ever taken pari, 
and whether there are any In- , '**rtainly 
terested fan* not Included in the frostbite* 
ume two dozen Is doubtful. sailors w, 
Reasons for this overwhelm hoat skq 
ing lack of interest are many. 1 4Cjdt '” 1 g 

Racing little dinghies in mid- ’^lr uwt 
winter isn’t very comfortable, * h . 
nor Is It exactly thrilling. It; T** 
doesn't much resemble healthful L >nr »' y 
exercise, or lead to encounters '“K*** •’ 
with preity^girls. j*PI*ear. 

j, a ' boats an 

It doesn t involve overcoming .. 

any particular difficulties or n 

risking any .serious danger*. ’ 

Victory brings no heady acclaim Uck ig a 
-there probably isn’t anyone , f . 
within cheering distance at the Kut j u 
time, and there La nothing to .. 

sh °w off afterwards. SS^, 

The sport can’t even claim, in u back t' 
this part of the world, the before h 
glamour of being a real tussle than InU 
with the elements. So one gets [sail their 
frostbitten frostbite sailing. It, .seniors’ i 
is doubtful if anyone has even fortable i 
caught a cold. When the wind i n g up a 
blows hard the frostblters don’t tics of th 
ride the crashing breakers; they t An»l v 
stay home. When the wind difficult 


Competition in the frosthtti 
boats are separated by seool 
an the i 


races u usually close These 
Ls as they round the last mark 
ay home. 


Grey sea and grey sky are familiar conditions for the brostb 
lor a favorable puff as they leave the line on 


■rs, Here three skippers search 
running start. 


! 'P U ‘ COCIAL spiders live along wqjf** and often ns a carmibt 
^ Mexican roads. of his own race. 

Iipc Finding of colonies of these | The exceptions. I>r Gcrtsc 
hut creatures had just been reponed reports, are of a genus knov 
tell bv Dr. Willis S. Gertsch of the ftS Me tap lent. They string thel 


markable physical dtang* . i\ 
adapting themselves to difRa* 
ent environments. The same 
species may differ radically in 
color marking* and size, the 
colors ranging from jet Nark tc 
metallic reds and greens. 

„ In North America the llper 
beetle Is found all the why from 
Fairbanks. Alaska, to ihe 
southern tip of South America. 
Out of 2,000 known species. 95 
have been recognized in *hc 
United States and Canada'* 


Wine-Drinking 
On Upswing 

PARIS— Wine drinking 
throughout the world Is cm 
the upswing today, so vine- 
yards are a profitable hu«ii- 


Ml * < ESS STORY 

La»«t Mimmer Dtmixh m- 
gjne»-r Rondo Clirlstenst-n 
started s car- hire business. 
Transfa»rtmg fellow country- 
na-n to Hamburg by conch, 
he then put Volkswagen at 
ifielr diH(Ma«al at an all-in 10 
dr-nts a - miJe-go where -you- 
please. He now Has 150 car* 
and a turnover of $140,000 a 
year. 


but a recent survey dis- 
closed that even £mal| vine- 
yar>is in Burgundy sell for 
as much at 52.200 nn acre. 

Champagne vineyards near 
Rheims command an even 
higher price, undoubtedly be- 
cause the world demand for 
the bubbly beverage exceeds 
the supply. 

On a more sober note, 
France also exports mineral 
water — about 16,000,000 
bottles a year. 


fiailg CCoIOWtBl Victoria 








Moose Walsh, White Sox Ace 
The Man With the Mighty Arm 


Birds of 
Victoria 


By A. B. DAVIDSON* 

, The flying abilities of the 
birds have long been the envy 
! of man. and many have been 
the attempts to emulate them, 
but In vain. True, we have 
mechanical aerial transporta- 
tion. which fails far short of 
flying. All birds are masters of 
the airr -Some being more pro- 
ficient than others. Haven't wc 
all admired the ability of the 
seagulls, to use the winds, and 
play with the storms, or. take 
the ordinary robin, that same 
bird of our lawns which almost 
scorns to get out of our way, 
and flaunts his well rounded 
orange waistcoat for our admir- 
ation; even the robin, as a filer, 
is well worthy of notice. 1 have 
often watched him, with some 


in 1909 He appeared in only ! wavering on the part of the 
31 games, winning 15 decisions Moose 


In those eight innings. 
He moved up to 45 starts in he allowed only four hits, two 
1910 and 56 in 1911. No fewer of them scratches and walked 
than 62 performances were only one. 

listed on his 1912 work card. | The run that decided the per 
|n a 1913 spring game he hun game began with Joe Bar 
his arm. Ray Schalk. who as a rninghara leading off in the 
freshman In 1912 had quickly , (hinl wlth a 3lBgit thMt looped 
become the Mooses favorite 0VCT th# . rt|fht sfde of ^ in 
catcher thought the iron man flekL It wa4 th * Napej . flr5t w , 
had invited misfortune by pitch- Somewhere along the way the 
tng before getting himself into baseball historians have lost 
! r ! m - That gr3San ot tract of the fact that Walsh had, 
. 13 \> alxh was in only 16 a balk movement never equaled, 
games. In hi a three remaining That covers the trick of catch 
years as a Cormskey employee ^ runners Q ff base without 
r>e won a grand tota l of only rule transgression. Walsh 
*>— (rapped Birmingham off first 

iPt iK mbI W 

Hi • I- f 

' c ”* „’a 

K 4 19 I caved to second base 

The ball 


lag pteyv s»«i 

By IRVING VAl<GIA> 

E DWARD a. WALSH. an im- 
mortal in the eyes of While 
Sox constituents, had to wait 

S through quite a stretch 
of his siren uoos pitching 
career to attain nohit 
distinction 

| The Moose, as he was 
called, didn’t reach no 
hit level until August 
27, 1911. his eighth sea 
son u a bl< leaguer, 
but by then there was, 
for him. no super elation 1 
about the achievement. 
Prior to tha* he had cornered ( 
jmt about all the pitching 
honors available, one exception 
being that he niisaed a perfect 
fume. 

But he saw one. and. what’s 
more, was a participant otfly to 
lose 1 to 0. to < 'ieveland’s Addle 
Jo*.*. October 2. 1908. In a pen 
nanf race that hung fire Into 
the final day 

If. as has tieen said, Babe 
Ruth built Yankee lUdium, , 


Ed Walsh, mound ace who 
was with White Sox from 1903 
through 1916. missed perfect 
game by only one base on 
balls as he beat Boston Red 
Sox, 5 to 0. in Comlskey Park 
on August 27. 1911. He was 
beaten. 1 to 0. as Addle Joss 
hurled perfect game for Cleve- 
land on October 2, 1908, a 
sew son in which Walsh won 
40 games. 


but not unerringly 
plunked the back of the run- 
ner’s head and caromed toward 
left field. Birmingham conun u 
ing to third base with none out. 

"STITT KK" GETS AWAY 


a Sunday happening before 
18,000. Only one Rc-d Sox 
reached base, that on a pass in 
the fourth inning. Two weeks 
earlier to the day he had held 
the Tigers to one hit. but. for 
him. that was old stuff. He had 
tossed one hitters at both deve 
land and Boston in 1906. against 
Cleveland again in 1909 ad Bos 


ring. Joes the next batter, was 
v nM.ni> * * lhke victim. This brought 

” . up WUbur Goode, later a Cub 

ames are ramies, as outfielder. There were two 
it Charley Robert- strikes on Goode, and Walsh 
i gainst the Tigers in 1 tried to finish him off with a 
only real one since “spltter." The pitch was a bit 
Valsh, with pennant wide and slipped off the heel of 
both, reeled off their, Osaee Schreckengost's catching 
not only was a super- 1 glove for a passed ball, the run 
ch in which Joss scoring. 

lit a Sox batter to, Schreckengost. shortened to 
but in some ways Sehreck for obvious reasons, a 
castoff from the Athletics, was 
ie low. fanned 15 of Walsh's battery aid that day 
now called the In- only thruueh accident The No. 


There is no doubt that some 
of our birds love to play. At 
Cape Lazo, near Comax, there 
is a high cliff, and when there 

J coming in off 

crows and gulls, and 
an occasional osprey ■ 


is a strong breeze 
the sea. the 

an occasional osprey or raven 
will fly dose to the sea and' 
; head into the base of the cliff. 
The strong current of air lifts 
them up the face of the cliff 
and high into the air. I have 
often watched them keep this 
performance up for a long time 
But of all the birds I know, the 
raven is certainly the most com 
leal flier. This spring a fair 
number came d:>wn to Cadboro 
Bay, and sometimes while fly. 
ing along quite normally, thev 
would suddenly twist j n ihe air 
and fly upside down, cawin'* 
loudly all the while. They 
couldn’t keep it up f or long, as 
they seemed to lose altitude 
no* .ast one I saw performed 
« ri°k of relaxing all ,n 
muscles while flying so that It 
umhled through the air. though 


This sleek three-master is being made ready for a new career Inated ’ 
as a hydrographic survey vessel for the Canadian government, half of 
Bunt in Denmark in 1923, the 535-ton steel-hulled yacht Verna Browns 
event into service for the Coiled States government in 1941. She footed 
now has been purchased by Capt. Louis Kennedy to replace the down t 
City of New York. Admiral Byrd’s old exploration ship, which pennani 
wax lost off the Nova Scoria coast this year. The Verna Is suocuml 
shown tied up at Payspring. NSL fCP photo i Dunova 


8 Bfttlg CColonifll Victoria, B.C. Sooday. April II. 1953 


j 




are ke; 
“Cloud> 
ing for I 


Charles and Anne Love Hours 
They Spend With Their Parents 


»|< MOLLIt MoURC 

itota« M<co«< cmuiu 

rcrrMpe'Ma&i nvd mum 
W *T1 • M r, fcboul IK* 

r»mjij *■!'• ms a k. 

Jokilw OMirt* V am 
U u Coropiiu ot ciMro VL And 
ISIS 


roliAd 


l"«r At CabaSa aa4 


KTEXT June a small boy will galloping and trotting down the 
sit with his mother and long 'corridors of Buckingham 
father and sister and watch a' Palace. They low the big gar- 
movie at home. It will be a den. Spans ' on the lakes kept 
family movie with mother as them excited, and now there is 
the star and the small boy will a much belabored sandplle. 
rot be conscious of the fact that Their busiest moments are spent 
millions of other people will be dressed in dungarees, bouncing' 
looking ar the same story, and; each other off a small plank that 
that he is getting his first les sec-saws on the sand. or they! 
son on how to behave when he make "porridge” by swishing 
iff crowned England's king. sand and water around In pails. 1 

Movie and television screen* For a treat thev were taken to! 
ft ill he blackboards for Britain’s S ee a nest of young cygnets they 1 
younger royalties to study and' had watched grow from eggs. I 
he will be the first of the long 

line of British sovereigns who ^ THE .VllBSEBl 
will in vears to come realize Since Prince Charles was one 
how he looks to other people on month old. Miss Helen Light- 
public occasions. In (he mean- body -Nana- -has been in charge 
time he is quite unaware of of the nursery. She is a Scot, 
being out of the ordinary and with 25 yea rs of experience with 
happily inking orders from hLs children, and was nurse to thn: 
younger sister. Duke of Gloucester's young sons 

England’s youngest, royalty, until they were old enough for 
Princess Anne Elizabeth Louise, school The two assistant 
was two years old on August 15 nurses are also Scottish and! 
She had a happy birthday at . still in their early twenties. 1 
La 1 rn><rai with a biphdiy cake. Mabe'. Anderson is daughter of 
presents, friends and relatives a policeman in Elgin and Agnes 
in to tea. There were two can Cooper comes from Stonehaven. 1 
dies on the cake, os there were Outdoors, they wear plain g-rey 
two last year, but then, it was or navy tailored suits with top 
so that her brother. Prince coats and felt hats to match; in- 1 
Charles Philip Arthur George. 'doors, they wear suits and white 
could also have one to blow out. blouses, or white dresses In the 

[summer. They learned care of, 
children in the traditional man 
as nursery 


PLAY TOGETHER 


The Royal children share wr by BUrlh|f 


A family group, showing Elizabeth n, Prince Philip, the o|ee 

Prince Charles. 


r jssrj&ar 

shy. They pixy together, trade j™* l ”f* Of Chariea and Anna nm and ^re of guests veryiite tune now is "Pop Goes the "Mac” 
toys — with occasional fights routine much to heart. He bows cor Weasel." 

over whose turn it is now— and whether they are at Bucking- rectly, to the Queen Mother. _ 

chatter away 15 to the dozen.'Jjff® Palace. ** White Lodge before rushing forward to br, NCKS WITH (URI..S 

Anne is at the "shooting up 


* 


Mother and 


■ iia i ana; IU IUC OU«a ' — - - — — MUUUIH jorwdru lO DC 

Charles — 21 months older than. Windsor, or at Balmoral. They hugged, and puts his hand out Anne *» »t the "shooting up" ^ 

his sister— has the larger vocab ^ U P at th * s *mc hour, have to shake that of a visitor with She is a quick, restless the mf 

ulary. but Anne has clearer die ,helr ou tin £*. fruit juice, meals complete assurance. When he child ' wlth P lnk »nd white skin Y 

lion, and often the decisive last all<1 n *P s at *«me times lived at Clarence House, he bright smile inherited from pul .,. r 

nui 

i andljl 
been] 


word. When they are in Ix>ndon they would see visitors to the front ^ mother and her grand- nu 

The Queen deckled when her w L th children of the [door, and even on occasions a I father - George VL Her hslr is toy 

first child was bom that he * friends. Lady Bra most Into the street. He loves If*”* » n <l fair She is pi i h 

should be brought up like other bourne, formerly Patricia music, dances up and down to ! J^ pe, ? d ? nt a . nd decided had 


a,»u.u uc Uiuugiu up UK UUKTI > - - - 1 1 «» r*UlCU up AIIU uywn TO ' — rnn-i uruRiro 

children, and that her family jMountbstten, has two srnall the. wand of a hand, especially 1 *^ d ™ trip to th| zoo and his horizon 


nu i wo small * ,re oi a iwinu, Fspfnmy ' — ... • ano cwn trip to 

should have normal nursery'* 0 * 18 - At Balmoral the bailiff bagpipes, though his own i»f.l*iders that she Is "a IHtle girl. ' arv 

— « • — « * drum and ”<>* * baby." favorite J 


J his Shetland pony 
there. The pony 
s in the stables wait- 
time when his young 
i learned to ride. In 
Imr, Charles goes to 
and has another 
loudy" on wheels In 
y. a* well as another 
and cart he loves to 
>ull around. Charles 
for one wonderful 


Miiiuia nave normal nursery *' ,u - n * diuiiuiu uic oauui *'“*p**— 
days. It is her wish that Prince hflS * small family and there are ,orts <m trumpet, 

Charles — by birth hereditary other children nn ihe estate. mouth organ are of the ex 
Duke of Cornwall and later to a LIVELY BOY 


ig. Even so. the 

Her Majesty likes the dill- children, X to persuade Papa°to 

pected energetic vort. For dren to out of London A* put on t riff Indian feather head- 

be Prince of Wales (there Is a Charles i« « «turdv m.u !Wme , t r ?T ** pre^rred to much as possible in the sum dress he Brought from Canada 
rumor it will be a Coronation who i5 ^ u ‘ h * ! g W ' X ** n *P°° n on r ™ ?r Rt * dav * *re those and do a Bw dance around thJ 

honor* -should be known 1„ the . * CX ’T ... When Pap * U . k " ,h «" O'" with .nunery. f 

household simply as "Charles" {hM* a^d * wt he Um * Mummie in the car, when they | Each cjjnd has a "treasure 

tu ^ r -if 0 . tke O'" 1 ™ as *be U fin vice. andHrwo little gold ele- 

A CwWvHT av 4 - . . " 

' E.ir: ,r u ' -1 

S, W00' S/m rK ' lrfr: mc.th.--t rh " Tvjr.l-.w dur.hg «h- 

^ ' *' much more often. d *> »n<l vihich he takes to bed. 

- (flf L*i Ml %,?Jgj3E£/ ' afl At White Lodge, Charles and T * 1e ch: f| ,ren 00 firm. 

* Anne pla > in “(he little house hard mattiesses. with hair pH- 

M mk Which • wn fd>r(d hygienic and 

^ t n * fffl p (he Welsh people gave the healthy. N ,,:,w * they consider 

' ' ^k- - ^ ^ JBS (Queen when she was six. It Is thcmselveJ the same a., other 

-w — * .a#* /* ~ W '*.M^**A the right size f-*r that age. j t children. iMiaware th.,r ri . * 

U ™ * o&’/r j V . v vTCm has Clt *ciric light switches, taps ‘hey see M they drive by ar* 

' yj * iB^J that rum on. a res] bath and wai, ing few them and not foi 

.1.. j « . . nthor limJT 


child sized furniture that fas- °’hcr little 


Anoiiitt Tamil* i*liulograi>h. showing Her Majesty, Prince Philip with Prince 

Charles ani Princess Anne. 


cinates the children. Their Charles, Iwho sometimes 
favorite spot to play is under stand * on « chair to talk bv 
the same big oak where their P honc >o h | mother from Wind- 
mother and her sister played i'‘ or bisUt; he cannot "phone 
as children. There, the Queen “'“ing dov n” and tell her he 
and Duke of Edinburgh often k . e P‘ his ; romise to take her 
sit in a nparby summer house, f,ur K‘ ‘ err ' lr "Jane" out for a 
read and have tea. walk, even' *ally will have other 

I'Vram AS-sYiKixki m a- duties to wrform, other pnrni- 

f T ^ < '*** ,0 but hr 18 a *readi 

Charles Is fond of Uindsor. learning. B England rxivnlty is 
His pet tortoise, his rabbit a family hB-ine^s. 

Caill| dolonist Victoria. B C.. Saa^r April 12. 1953 5 


boys and girls. 






8* 

JIM 

NESBITT 


Old Homes and Families 


T WICE that night there were 
toasts that were drunk with 
three time* three. 

That made it a very special 
occasion. Noone ti-lay aems 
sure how a toast was drunk 
with three rimes i 
long ago it was 
fashion for a very s 
at a very special ev 
it {neaa theft 
Mpff. ur gulps, one 
other? It would he 
to know. 


at toast 


three 


night of 1*66 was in honor of 
Simon Reinhart. He was one of 
that hand of early-tiny adven- 
turers who came here and went 
away again, leaving \ery little 
trace of his Victoria activities. 
Yet he, like so many others, 
peopled this piae* when it was 
young, working hard, making 
money, going broke, making 
money again ami generally 
keeping Victoria alive. There 
were scores of them and it is 
fascinating to search their 
records. But always one cjmes 
to a blind xoad. They went' 
away, and they dk-d, and that 
was that. 

GERMAN BO UN 

Simon Reinhart ma one of 
these. He was evidently born 
in Germany, like a number of 
our other prominent early citi 
zens. Where he hved before he 
came here we do not khow 
First mention of him Is in The, 
Victoria Gazette of September, 
21, 1858: “Dissolution of part 
nershlp. The partnership here 
tofore existing between Chr. A 
tfhrig, S. Reinhart and Wm. L. 1 
Ryckman under the style of 


Pheta* from 8 C Archly r% 

MRS. SIMON REINHART 
bnde from San Francisco. 


Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhart, as they grew older— when 
they were younger the toast was three times three. 


to Victoria to live, but now for 
a few years wo lose track of 
them. Mr. Reinhart evidently 
, was In a variety of occupations 
-rqerchant, broker, hotel 
keeper. It is evident he be 
came well off. and a leading 
citizen. Judging by the guest 
list at that fame is three times- 
three toast banquet In 1866. 
Many of the names arc well 
known and have ltved until to- 
day. while Reinhart’s is largely 
. loet. Unless he was prominent 
and respected there would not 
have been such a guest list. 

A GAY BANQUET 

We dip into The Colonist for 
some glimpses of that banquet; 
"The complimentary dinner to 
Mr. Simon Reinhart, on the eve 
of his departure from the 
Colony, at the French Hotel, 
was one of the most interesting 
affairs of the kind that it has 
been our lot to attend during a 
long residence in the Colony. 
About 40 gentlemen sat down to 
a sumptuous repast and the en- 
joyment. which was unalloyed. ] 
continued until a late hour." 

Now let us pause for a mo 
rnent on the importance of the 
who’s who at that banquet for 
Simon Reinhart: "Robert Burn- 
aby presided and was supported 
by Jules David and David Lev 1 
eneu. On the right of the presi 
dent sat Mr. Reinhart. CaplJ 
White of the U5A Lincoln and 
Messrs. J. Wilkie. C. C. Pender 
gast, E. Granclni. F. Wetasen 


burger, J. P. Couch, J. Bow cow 
itz. P. M. Backus. B. Barnett, 
Elgar Marvin and N. P. Nous- 
tadt. On the left of the presi- 
dent sat Messrs. D. B. Ring. 
J. G. Shepherd. Henry Nathan, 
J. Well, M. C, r e e n e b a u m, 
Joseph Loewen, Emil Sutro, M 


i limited. At this “John Ramnge and brother 
hoots of laughter 4re at Chico; G. Williams died 
It must have been we ij 0 /j at Vrllejo; L. Huntjon 
gay blade, who had \s | n San Francisco doing well 
ledge of the ladies. * n d married; Petty bone is in 
vith them. No. said §an Francisco, rich; Curtin is 


WM RYCKMAN 
— Reinhart partner. ^ 

,4 mouth of the Harrison River) 
are both dead; the elder brother 
was murdered at Hamilton. 

“Gus Hclmering Ls in San 
Francisco, a merchant; Went- 
worth is the inventor of the 
three roller skate; Jake Nyc is 
dead. Seth Tilley is inercnan- 
dizing at Stanislaus, Cal.; John 
Freeman < Express) Is on the 
4,000,000 list; Cushing, liag Icy 
and many other Hill s Bar men 
are in San Francisco, doing 
well. C. C Penderg&st of 
Wells, Fargo is said to be 
worth halt a million. P. M. 
Backus is an auctioneer in San 
Francisco; J. L. Smith .s in 
Idaho. T. R. Lewis and For- 
tune are in San Francisco; W. 
H. Cleaver is rich at Salt Lake; 
J. Marks and S. Reinhart are 
at Elko, Nevada; Ckpt. Jeifray 
and J. T. Little are brokers at 
San Francisco." 

And that is the last we know 
of Samuel fteinhart and his 
wife, who, that September night 
of 1R66 were each honored by 


The American Hotel, the saloon of which was owned by 
Simon Reinhart. 


S Daily (EolonUt Vkwtk, it, s«»4»y, April 12 , 19S3 


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Clinton, Gateway to the Cariboo 


old pioneer days. Many flay 
over a day or two. lo look cAer 
some of the nearby fishing Aid 
hunting resorts, before tApy 
pick on the one they inten<Aio 
patronize. 

LIKE AltlZON \ 

For those who Wish to tike 
some of the fciide road* leacAig 
off the highway, some of Ihe 
most interesting st-enery in Ihe 
[province Is available. A Aw 
miles west the Fraser has Aut 
itself a mights trench. Ind 
along the benches that parcllel 
the river one can find st retries 
of country that remind one! of 
Ariz.>iia. West of the river nil a 
few ranches th.it can only (be 
reached by pack horse, and |- 
yond them t h«» foothills of Ihe 
Coast Range, as wild now las 
when Fraser traveled down Ihe 
mighty stream that bears At* 
name. East and north of tcAm 
extends a mighty stretch Aofj 
parkland country, where le 
open ranges are separated iy 
forests that in any other cc n- 
try would be considered of \ st 
extent. 

By reason of its location at 
a place on the Ckribio High* »y 
where all traffic heading nc th 1 
must pass, ihe old town ill | 
never crumble into a pf 
town, as some of its con t An 


CANADIAN 1*0 ET Edwin 
John (Ned) Pratt, pix.f«-ssor 
emeritus of English at * Vic- 
toria college. Toronto, is ono 
of Canada’s best known poets. 
When his “Collected Poems" 
were published in pie Fulled 
States and Lanadfc in 1944. 
Pratt had published a dozen 
volumes in 20 years from 
“Newfoundland Verse," in 
1923. to “Dunkirk'' and “Bre- 
beuf and HU Brethren, - ' the 
story of the Jesuit martyrs. 
His reputation and his follow- 
ing were made on the sus- 
tains power of his story- 
poems. Bom February 4. 
1883, he was the son of Jidin 
Pratt, a Methodist clergyman 
at Western Bay, Newfound- 
land. and Fanny Pratt, 
daughter of a sea captain. 


Cowboys and girls from surrounding dude ranches may be seen riding in and 
out of the famous “cowtown." This is the main street of tt* town. 


BY L. G. TEMPLE 

IN 1858 a "stopping place” was 
* built on the Cariboo Trail, 
at Mile 47. At that time the THE RAIL LINK 
trail was considered to start at 
Lillooet, on the Fraser River; 
the gold hunters reached that 
starting point by an Involved 
route extending from New 
Westminster up the Fraser and 
Harrison Rivers, across Harri- 
son Lake, thence by portage 
and lake at Lillooet. This stop 
ping place was used by the 
Barnard Express as a station, 
as well as by most of 
travelers to or from the gold 
fields. 


ally in areas where the popula- ing rails for customers' horses 
lion is scanty by comparison can be found in some places. 

Today Clinton is beginning to 
thrive. This old town that saw 
Cfataline take his famous pack- 
train of mules up to the gold- 
fields, and the eight and 1(V 
horse freighting teams that 
came Liter, watches big freight- 
ing trucks and buses coming 
through instead. Ever> year 
more and more tourists come up 
from the south with big cars 
and. sometimes, huge trailers, 
looking lor tiie last trace* of the 


When the PGE reached the 
town on Us way north, it be- 
came a shipping point for the 
local ranches as well as h sup 
ply b&.se This.vas in 1916, and 
was the .start of a little further 
growth. A little outside of 
town, cut the old trail to 
Lillooet, a quarry was estab- 
lished to cut limestone and 
manufacture lime. It is still 
“ In use, but this Is the only 
industry. However, the Cari- 
boo Highway being also the 
When the road \jp the Fraser main street has made Clinton 
Canyon and across the Thomp- the gateway to the Caribou, as 1 
son River at Spence’s Bridge well as the rest of northern I 
was completed, it Joined the B.C.. as far as tlie motorist is 
earlier route at Mile 47; and on concerned. 

June 11, 1863, a townsite was .. _ „ . „. , J 

laid out there by R M Pa, -son. J** a man >’ dudc | 

captain of the Roys] Engineers. ' % g huntln “, 

It was named Clinton after the ***** “ ** , the near f 8t ' own 
family name of the then colon ^ or arriving from 

ial secretary, the Duke of New ‘‘ le 3 ° u,h ’ it , ls Ilrsl * lilT W 
castle. The town's first build-,”* <ynJntry ’ where , 

ing. the original stopping place, ^hing cowboys can be dis 
was then called the Clinton U , n f ul,hed ,rwn ? f udc f b > !hc 
Hotel, n has numerous addl , pU,nn *J* of ***£ clol ^ es in 
lions built on in the last 95 com P* rt * on wlth ^e latter. The 
years, bur it Ls still operating, Ir ” lla0, wi, b his 

and is still known as the CMn- ' broa d-brlmmEd, black frit hat, 
ton Hotel, which mokes it the ^KhtN-oiored s-rarf around Ihe, 
oldest operating hostelry west ,hroat< K aud - V ah,rt - blur Jeans, 
of Edmonton, in Canada | and rldin * boots. s,roU 

’he plank Sidewalks.. Ranch! 


ization will not remove I 
•lays when jangling spurs a 
the thud of horse hooves wl 
nfore familiar than backfl 
and exhaust fumes. 


Helping Child Overcome Fear 


TF you are inclined to think dread of luting her love. W1 
1 your child a scarcdy-cat when it dawns on him that his « 
he complains of terrifying shad- feeble performance is constat 
ows on the wall, or refuses to compared with That of other* 
go near his new puppy, or won't learns to fear failure, 
play In the hack-yard pool with At the same time, furtunab 
the boy next door, put yourself he is learning that some of 
In his position for just a mo fears never materialize, and 
mont 


r n | Take tin* feeling of inode- 
iU quacy Which is bound to crop 
up in a young child Just loam- 
pe mg to do a thousand things, 
from dealing with the bully at 


from dealing with the bull, 
y, school to playing baseball To 
combat that fear, your long- 
“J program should lie one 

‘'J °f gentle guidance 
^ Don’t push him Into learning 
difficult skills until he is ready. 
01 Help him conquer one field of 
* activity at a time and give him 
plenty of praise. When thi in- 
_ evitable failures come, exj^nin 
r to him that as he matures, he, 
too. will be able, say, to run as 
- fast as the big boy next door. 
^ LET CHILD CHOOSE 
| Another thing that give* a 
1C child confidence in his own abil- 
ity to manage his life Is the 
^ making of decisinna. I^et liim 
->«* whether to take his bath 
jc I«efore 


discards them 


So, through | 

Suppose that you were just the phases of L aming, rt 
rutting a tentative toe Into a fears replace old ones, 
dangerous world yoo were help-! For instance, in one study 
less to understand, much less 136 children. 12 per cent be] 
control. Suppose a dozen times the age of one year Indies 
a day you were confronted with fear of lights, shadows and 
n brand new situation, which dr- flections, but none betw-een f‘ 
rnanded an untried bit of ability, and five showed any such fe: 
Suppose a good many of your On the other hand, none be] 
ventures met with failure, and. five years feared ridicule or f 
with all that, suppose you had ure, but 22 per cent of th 
a small, weak body, unpredlct- above age five did. 
able in Its obedience to your com- A man's personality is, In 
mancLs. r**#pe<-t. a deep well which m 

More than likely you would be be filled w-ith the knowltx 
scared. 


Changing that he. a* a person, is com 
J Times, the Kiplinger magazine, tent and that he Is secure in 
stop in the beer par- jgg BOGEYMAN relations with other people. 0 

irlv davs. 1 rT^Iden yoU want lo * lv * 'your child Courage to fan ihe world 
e used on the frelcht I to fare thLs anxious age. courage he will eventually hi 
am* hanes nnnS f ,udy hw P articu,ar bogeyman. I to find within himself or not 
dehorn 0 or l< * nrn wherv th ^ ^om. all - Ls drawn from that w 

* V handmaMe TinhZ '*’ hat lh ** y mwn in hU * M,,Ie **v«y day of his life W|*i< 

11D mind ’ and h0W to -* i11 PP or l him the knowledge that he ha.Jk 

? aur f a ce^ smooth °f rmn I ^ ^ h “» ^ W 

' Of ^ /Th An ,nfafl ’ kBOU ' s ‘° 1,0 Hnd hLs way through life wi 

| of P° ,i,hln B fa y ’he frightened about and fears prac out fear. 

* nd ,k ** n y nothing. A sudden no tee So the rhlld. just testing 1 

' n # Umpf at a when he tense, quick ownership of those two precic 

n llw- nm of a wagon removal of the support that is commodities, knows fear, 
uspenaed from the holding him up and other such people love him? Dor-:, he roc 
happenings bring short-lived ure up? 

G POSTS fear * There are few instinctive Your answer — given d 

replace ta ^ *“ \ 

Sf! The mor< ' a rhi| ' 1 U ' arns a * K>ut Yes. you measure up. 

of ninrt/ rlktn frnm 'J 1 ** niorc hv has to Fortunately, must of the tir 

of quartz roken from fear and the less faith he has in he believes you. but there a 

* „° raln **- his strength to meet danger. t h .,se other’ times when 

aman museum of the When he gains imagination, for , K «ds rra^uranre. Then y. 

uuTlf 10 era-exampb. he wi!l dream up wild must be ready to give hi 

the buildings fronting and unlikely danger*. something extra. 

highway have false' When he realizes that mother 

seen in films of west cuddles baby brother as well as . ,. M 

es, and even the hl'ch- him, he cxjM'riences his lirst OfllllJ (L0 1 DTI (fit Yicton 


or after supper or 
whether to wear gloves or mil- 
tens. They are small main rn, 

I bu» the art of choosing bolsters 
I ihe child's confidence In him* 
»clf. 

Now, aTviut that feeling of 
rejection. You know you love 
him. and most of the time he 
knows it. too, but. occasionally, 
when things go Iwtdly. he ne**dx 
I special reassurance. 

To prevent such oc^an 
or get through them when they 
happen, try to devote a little 
time to him exclusively every 
day. Be as Impersonal as you 
cun in all the unpleasant thlucs 
you have to do to and for film, 
i Never, of course, use your Juve 
as a bribe for good behavior. 

And don’t forget food | n< 
rreat c»»mf*>ner. Utile chil- 
dren are so close to the primi- 
tive that to many of them f>n«l 
stands for love and being eai»-,j 
for. A pie»-e of candy or it 
cookie can do wonders in t»»-t # >- 
Ing him lake an unfnv«g.jui«? 


B.C., Sand* v. April 12, 1953 



■\ 



Charles and Anne Love Hours 
They Spend With Their Parents 


Moose Walsh, White Sox Ace 
The Man With the Mighty Arm 


Birds of 
Victoria 


By A. R. DAVIDSON 
The flying abilities of the 
birds have long been the envy 
of man. and many have been 
ihe attempts to emulate them, 
but in vain. True, we have 
mechanical aerial transporta- 
tion, which falls far short of 
flying. All birds are masters of 
the airraome being more pro* 
fldent than others. Haven't we 
ail admired the ability of the 
seagulls, to use the winds, and 
play with the storms; or. take 
the ordinary robin, that same 
bird of our lawns which almost 
scorns to get out of our way. 
and flaunts his well rounded 
orange waistcoat for our admir- 
ation; even the robin, as a flier, 
is well worthy of notice. I have 
often watched him, with some 
alarm, when his headlong flight 
tfckes h lm through the tangled 
heavy growth of woodlands 
which adjoins my garden, but 
I’ve never yet seen him come 
to harm, and I have also tried 
to watch their action, when, 
going at full speed, they sud- 
denly alight on a branch. The 
whole thing is accomplished so 
fast the eye cannot often fol- 
low It 


in 1909. He appeared in only 
31 games, winning 15 decisions. 
He moved up to 45 starts in 
1910 and 56 in 1911. No fewer 
than 62 performances were 
listed on his 1912 work card. 

In a 1913 spring game he hurt 
his arm. Ray Schalk, who as a 
freshman In 1912 had quickly 
become the Mooses favorite 
catcher, thought the iron man 
had Invited misfortune by pitch- 
ing before getting himself Into 
physical trim. That season of 
1913 Walsh was in only 16 
games. In his three remaining 
years as a Com i«* key employee 
he won a grand total of only 


looking at the same story, aruV each other off a small plank that 1 
that he is getting his first les- aee saws on the sand, or they) 
*>n on how to behave when he make “porridge" by swishing 
is crowned England's king. sand and water around In palls.' 

Movie and television screens For a treat they were taken to! 
Will he blackboard* for Britain’s se? a nest of young cygnets they 
younger royalties to study and had watched grow front eggs, 
he will be the first of the long vitkseky 

line of British sovereigns whoj 1 ^ IMr - «»*•»» 
will in years to coine realize Since Prince Charles was one 
how he looks to other people on munth old. Mins Helen Light-, 
public occasions. In the mean- body sNana—has been in charge- 
time he Is quite unaware of lh* nursery. She Is a Scot, 
being out of the ordinary and with 25 of experience with ( 
happily taking orders from his children, and was nurse to tho, 
younger sister. (Duke of Gloucester's young sons 

England’s younge-t royalty, until they were old enough for 
Princess Anne Elizabeth Louise, school The two assistant^ 
was two years old on August lS. nurses are also Scottish and. 
She had a happy birthday atatiU in their early twenties. 


I “in- 

s WV S 

i 7] |bu| 

o 1 WbLS| aJl 

lo.« 1 to a to lovv.and's Vidio CVlL ^ } 

Jo**, October 2. 1»W. In a pen | k. J fr- . , 

n*nr race that hung fire Into m — - - 

tt. «*y l AlkH , Josa Ernie Shore 

If. as has been said. Babe 

Ruth built Yankee stadium, five derisions After his re- 
turn Walsh lor sure built Com ^ieaae he tried a comeback with 
B key park. He was the real; the Braves In 1917 but the one 
Sunday pitcher and also every time mighty arm wouldn't re 
other day of the week If neces ; sj*>nd. 

»ary. which was frequent j LOMATS ON error 
A giant of tremendoust Perfect games are rarefies, as 
strength and confidence, he' witness that Charley Robert 
n*-ver acemed to the, although son s feat against the Tigers In 
onre he started downhill M,1922 Is the only real one since 
traveled swiftly In 1906. hi*|Jaaa and Walsh, with pennant 
fifth season with the Sox. I' , ‘ | pr««u r t on both, reeled off their 
name of Walsh w*i In #6 bo* classic. It not only was a super 
scores. He wr>n 40 decisions Juper match In which Joss 


with room to spare Realizing ^ WaUh mound ac * who 
he couldn’t get back safely. | wajj wilh sox from 1903 

Birmingham sprinted for through 1916. missed perfect 
second, and lurk ran with him. e by onJy one on 

First baseman Frank Isbell M ho t*, at Boston Red 

after taking the throw from ^ 5 to 0 in Comiakey Park 
Walsh, heaved to second base on Augu5t 77. 19 i,. H e was 
but not unerringly. The ball bn|en| 7 to 0 M Addle Jou 
plunked the back of the run hurled perfect game for Cleve- 
ners head and caromed toward land on October 2. 1906. a 
left field. Birmingham contuiu aeaison Jn which Walsh won 
ing to third base with none out. 40 

“NPrTTKR" GETS AWAY 

Birmingham lingered at third a Sunday happening before 
while shortstop Freddie Parent! lh.OOO. Only one Red Sox 
was throwing out George Per reached base, that on a pass in 1 
ring. Joes, the next batter, was the fourth Inning. Two weeks 
a strike victim. This brought 1 earlier to the day he had held 
up Wilbur Goode, later a Cub .the Tigers to one hit, but, for 
outfielder. There were two him. that was old stuff. He had 
strikes on Goode, and Walsh tossed one hitters at both Cleve 
tried to finish him off with a .land and Boston in 1906. against 
"spitter." The pitch was a bit .Cleveland again in 1900 ad Bos 
wide and slipped off the heel 0/ , to again in 1910. 

Osaee Schreckengost's catching Assisting Walsh in the no 
glove for a passed ball, the run ' hitter were fellows whose 
scoring. names, at the time, loomed 

Schreckengos? shortened to large back o’ the yards. In the. 


A family group, showing Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, the 

Prince Charles. 


Mother and 


maids in “good families." 

The lives of Charles and Anne 1 * * - 

follow the same daily routine mU ch to heart. He bows cor Weasel.' 
whether they are at Bucking rectly, to the Queen Mother. ra , Nr . 
ham Palace, at White Lodge, before rushing forward to be 
Windsor, or at Balmoral. They ( hugged, and puts his hand out 1 Ann * 
get up at the same hour, have to shake that of a visitor with j ^ 
their outings, fruit juice, meals 1 complete assurance 


In the summer evenings here 
at Cadboro Elay it is very inter- 
esting to see the different styles 
of flying demonstrated by the 
swallows, the night hawks and. 
Just before dark, the bats. The 
swallows are on the wing as 
soon as the light permit*, as 
they are all feeding their young, 
and they hardly rest until dark. 
They fly eaaily and gracefully 
and never appear to tire. The 
nighthawks, which, of course, 
are not hawks, but allied to the 
whip-poor-wills of the east and 
the nightjars of the old work I . 
axe much larger than the swal- 
lows, and perform the most 
intricate and erratic ma- 
noeuvres. quite different from 
any other bird, in their search 
for insects. Our local bats are 
about the size of the swallows, 
but have a slower flight and can 
make acute angled turns, not 
with a slight curve like birds, 
but abruptly and In any direc- 
tion. 


ners and care of guests very Ite tune now Is 'Top Goes the; "Mac" and l 

are kept tt 
"Cloudy'' Li ii 
ing for the tlr 
master ha* k 
the me an tiny 

»> um, . , - , , . .feed him, « 

House, he ® nd bright smile inherited from quU . fer ~ CTou 

> the front mother and her grand thr nur3 ^ ry _ , 
rcasions »l VL Her hair is toy horw? atv 

He loves «»* ***■ She is push and pu!1 

id down to 1 ™ 0 * ln<kp«*i«nt and decided had ^ tr 
. especially She can ^ herself and con trlp to the ^ 
la own ef.i»Wers that ahe ts “a little girl, ar * widening 
forts on trumpet, drum and not * baby." favorite gam* 

mouth organ are of |Jte ex | Her Majesty like* the chll children, is to 
peeled energetic sort ' For dren to be out of London as put on the In 
some time he preferred to | much as possible in the sum- dress he broi 
pound s big wooden spoon on mer. Red letter days are those and do a war 
a saucepan. when Papa takes them out with nursery. 

When he wakes before time Mummie in the car, when they 1 Each child 
he will sit in bed hear her say to Nana— “We’ll cabinet." Cl 
a certain sense of responsibility,! looking at picture books and take the children with us." have their 

f- His favor In town, they usually trot in Anne's are a 

to see the Queen as she is fin- vice, and tw 

' *''*** •rt'-V H.ing with 

■ 

V ..f 

^ IHr - *1 

-rjr ■ 

Family are away from London b T ;ir who air 
the children see their mother nursery s 

^ if ^ i-, flflOHk ' id A» White L*dge ' r ' ei and 4 

t Anne n "in.* 

B with the thatched roof.’’ which j 0 ^ ' v >f _ ^ ns ^.’ '' 

k . W w ^BS Que<*n when she was six If Is !,1 ™' , ' ,v '’s H 

^ '}• tho rl ^bt size for that age It ri^ildn-n. un-. 

■>' A, fP'""" , W j&jSir * *» V >\ has electric light switches, taps ,h ^ t s " as : 

- A / v that turn on. a real bath and wa|,in K * or I 

Jm child fi.n 1 

i cinates the children. Their Charles, w! 

. * v » • 

/ t: ■ > 

r ' *• / . 

J^2 .1'- 

Bk t 

» vnivii M i *>i:n- ki n 

jn + Yp ^iv' Charles Is fond of Windsor, learning. In 1 
1 His pet tortoise, his rabbit a family busir 


1 Shetland pony 
re. The pony 
the stables wait- 
* when his young 
med to ride. In 
Charles g.^es to 
d has another 
y" pn wheels in 
1 well as another 
cart he loves to 
1 round 


Charles 
one wonderful 
and his horizons 
Even 9o, the 
of all, with both 
persuade Papa to 
Un feather head- 
fht from Canada 
lance around the 


Charles — by birth hereditary omer cn,|flren on ,hc **tate. 

Duke of Cornwall, and later to A LIVELY BOY 

be Prince of Wales (there is a Charles Ls a sturdy little bov 
rumor it will be a Coronation who b much Hke hls fal>M , r an ;, 

honor * .should be known in the has K jively interest In every 
household simply as ’‘Charles”, thing and everybody. He has to get up, 

and his sister as "Anne." 1 • - - — ^ 

Tt»c two children play horses, taking hls lessons in good man- ^singing to himself. 


has a “treasure 
irles and Anne 
own treasures. 
nlnUture tea aer- 
llttle gold ele- 
enamelled coats, 
nterestlng plsy- 
it is. however, an 
n that once be- 
morher and was 
ed away in a cor- 


that season, got into trouble in' 
the seventh with the Sox lead- 
ing. Walsh answered the alarm 
with the ba*es filled and one 
out. An Infield grounder re- 
sulted in the forcing of a runner 
at the plate. 

IN CO SURREY PARK 

But this solved nothing be ' 
cause it brought up the murder- 1 
ous Nap Lajoie. Walsh worked 1 
him into a 2 and 2 count. Lajoie^ 
naturally looked for the next 
pitch to a a “spitter '' Walsh 
caught him off guard with a 
third strike fast balL Lajoie 1 
didn’t even move his -bat. So 
the Sox won. ventuaily, 3 to 2. 1 
to keep the pennant ru«.c a tur- 1 
bulont affair, with only three 
more days to the finish. 


There ls no doubt that some 
of our birds love to play. At 
Cape Lazo, near Comux. there 
is a high cliff, and when there 
Ls a strong breeze coming in off 


lay of 1750. And Walsh once.lbe sea, the crows and gulls, and 
had to become a holdout to get an occasional osprey or raven, 
a S7.5n0 salary. He was born will fly dose to the sea and 
too soon a* baseball wages go | head Into the base of the cliff, 
today, but Just the same, now a The strong current of air lifts 
youthful 70, he L« enjoying lifejfhero up the face of the cliff 
and good health at Morldan. and high into the air. I have 
Conn. . often watched them keep this 

The record book now has, Performance up for a long time, 
been revised to credit Ernie But of all the birds I know, the 
Shore of the Red Sox with a raven is certainly the most rom- 
perfect game against Washing iral flier. This spring a fair 
tun June 23. 1917. Babe Ruth number came d .wn to Cadboro 
started on the mound and 
walked the leadoff batter, then 
being thumbed from the show 
by l mpire Brick Owens. Shore 
taking over. The batter who 
walked was thrown out attempt- 
ing to steal and noboby readied 
base during Shore's nine innings 
of pitching. The term “perfect 
game' means only that no 
batter survived, which in this 
case wasn't true. Shore pitched 
to 26 batters, one short of the 
minimum for « nine inning pci 
fuimanee. 


» no toy really 
f of Teddy, his 
on a chair near 
Indow during the 
he taken to bed. 
1 sleep on firm. 
k s. with hair pll- 
Pd hygienic and 
f. they consider 
t same an other 
are that crowd- 
ey drive by are 
em and not for 
s and girls, 
b sometime;, 
hair to talk by 
I'ther from Wind- 
1 cannot “phone 
and tell her lie 
iae to take her 
Jane” out lor a 
V will have other 
rm, other prom- 
ut he U already 
ng land royalty 1% 


would suddenly twist In the air 
and fly upside down, cawing 
loudly all the while. They 
couldn’t keep it up for lone 


Another family photograph, showing Her Majisty, Piinoe Philip with Prince 

Charles anl Princess Anne. 


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Everything Beautiful , Young in 


many In the crowd wince as 
they cracked out shot after 
•hot. Across the landing field 
an RCAF airplane engine 
roared continuously. An Icy 
wind hurried the ceremony. 

A prepared statement by 
the Prince, released before 
the plane landed by the Jap- 
anese Embassy, wa a not de- 
livered. 

The Prince did not speak 
more than half a dozen words 
during the time he was at Pat 
Bay airporl- 

As they walked aide by side 
towards his limousine, the Lieu- 
tenant Governor asked. "Did 
you have a good flight up. sir?” 

The Prince nodded and mur- 
mured. without nhowing 
whether he understood t h e 
question. 

His walk to the car was ac- 
companied by a moving, color- 
ful crowd of ROMP scarlet uni- 
forms, navy and army uni- 
forms. and the black clothes of 
government and civic officials. 
Photographers and newsmen 
swirled through the crow-d, an- 
xious to, record the Prince'* 
every' word and movement. . 

"Very, cold here today, sir* 
His Excellency, the Lieutenant- 
Governor said in a loud, clear 
voice as they approached the 
car. 

Again the Prince nodded. 

He was driven to Government 
House in the lleutentantgov- 
ernor a car. 


Beauty appeared with beauty yester- 
day on Legislative Buildings' lawn, as 
Patricia Hemingson, of Verdun, 
Quebec, admired blooming cherry blos- 


soms, Miss Hemingson is student nurse 
al Royal Jubilee Hospital. — (Colonist 
photos. I 


Overcoat was needed by Neil Lindsey, 
3, to offset cool spring breeze yesterday 
as he admired flowers growing just 


inside Beacon Hill Park entrance. Neil 
Is son of Horace Lindsey, foreman of 
park nursery. 


He was dressed In black 
Jacket and striped trousers and 
carried a black Hornburg In 
younger 


Volley of Questions from Pearlies 


one hand. He looked 
than hla 19 years. 

The Prince put his hat on at 
the bottom of the steps and re- 
moved It almost immediately as 
he w as introduced to His Excel- 
I e n c y. Lieutenant - Governor 
Clarence Wallace. 

In quick succession he shook 
hands with Mayor Claude Har- 
rlaon. Acting Premier Elnar 


Island Allairs Ammunition as Defense Department Under Fir 


BY TOM GREEN 
Colonist Ottawa Correspondent 

OTTAWA — Vancouver Island grabbed the spotlight 
today in the affairs of the administration of the National 
hich have \ vn under constant fire 


qulrrd on Haultain Street in 
Victoria. 

These are the answers to his 
series of quesuons which he 
secured today from Defense 
Minister Brooke Claxion. who 
has become a very controversial 
figure in parliament 


ably less than that of an 
auxiliary fighter squadron. 

The department added: "With 
a smaller number of personnel 
requiring accommodation, the 
need for a new urban headquar- 
ters was re-examined, and It was 
found that the Begg Building 
was available for purchase and 
was sufficiently large for this 
purpose. To save the expense of 
a new building it was decided to 
purchase this building instead 
of constructing a new one." 

Answering 


It had been declared surplus 
by the national defense de- 
partment to Crown Asset* Dis- 
posal Corporation last Decern- 


disposal of this property and Is 
not interested In repurchasing 
it. 

“What provision Is now being 
made to .accommodate RCAF 
units and air cadet* In Vic- 
toria’" General Pearkes pressed 
further. 

The answer given was that 
RCAF units will h« located In 
thte Begg Building purchased 
by the department; but In the 
meantime spate has been 
leased in the Balmoral Hotel. 
The department added that 
space also is being leased ut 1315 
Government Street for use by 
the RCAF recruiting unit and 
that Royal Canadian Air Cadets 
use surplus army aorommoda- 
cated it has no objection to the 1 1 Jon at Work Point Barracks. 


Defense Department 
In committee and on the floor of the House of Commons 
since the present parliamen- 
tary session opened* last the areas adjacent to it have 
November ^ a built up mainly for real- 

. .. * . ... , dentlal purposes. It waa not 

A volley of question* in the IW „ s!off , |h „ 

Common* defense committee, on tkm therr nt>vensmry lo w . rv ,^ 
purchase for the navy of |h „ n ,. p| ha *„ d a| K lm#u 
property *» Rocky Point to pre- |n „ d Htlll ( , r „. 

pare for the abandonment of %rrvi . |||a ^ lllrrd Mfp(y 

I he magazine at Colwood wa* distance* 

fired by Major -Gen. G. R n*«TASirn» 

Pcarkes. VC. member for 1 A ^ Trr * DISTANt E8 
Nanaimo. On the choice of Rocky Point, 

These replies were given by claims of the defense depart- 
department witnesses: ment tor the acquisition were 

The site at Rocky Point was for the following reasons: 
selected by officer* and officials Safety distance* can be easily 

ment and confirmed bv ‘ fhr maintained and if necessary ex- , 
cabinet. Acquisition of thi* ,ended without encroaching on 
property involved the purchase private property: It t* Hose 

of comhined small farm and fp Esquimalt naval base, work- 
residential holdings. men and trained staff are avail- 

Twenty-three properties, con able; sea and rail transport 
taining a total of approximately ■ facilities can be provided at 
2.370 acre* together with build- , reasonable cost; city water rndj 
logs were acquired al a total electric power are readily avail- . 
cost of L323.530. Of this. 2,087 able; the terrain Is suitable; ex- 
acres were by purchase in the pansion Is possible mould it 
amount of $295,530 and 283 become necessary, 
acres by expropriation which General Pearkes also has been ' 
was settled at $28,000. - after the National Defense Dr 

The department *ald Col- panment for particulars in 
wood had to be abandoned a* regard to property it has ac- 


‘Free Air’ 

Granted 

Parties 


particu- 
larly this year. 

URBAN HKADQI ARTERS 
An area of 5.38 acre* in Vic- 
toria was bought by the depart- 
ment in Victoria at $8,200 and 
acquired In 1947 as a site for 
the urban headquarters o X a 
proposed auxiliary fighter 
squadron. 

Experience gained in the op-j 
eration 


further ques- 
tion* by General Pearkes, the 
department'* reply said the 
government, through Crown 
Asset* Corporation, waa now 
offering thi* property for sale. 


. h c. k . ratings ^ Broadcasting 

Mapped title butt, in . «m«n Corporation .nnounnd ye»ler. 
present day it would provide 24 free, 

NEARLY INAUDIBLE quarter-hour periods for politl- 

The Prince, whose few words cal broadcasts before the pro- 
on meeting officials were near- vincial election June 9. 

Iy inaudible, wore a slight smile The division of the free time 
on an otherwise Impassive face was agreed upon by represent*- 
He was reserved, almost diffi- tive* of B.C.'s qualifying parties 
dent, and displayed no evidence meeting In Vancouver Thursday, 
of either excitement or nerv- Social Credit and CCF speak- 
ousnesa. 'em will each take six free broad- 

He showed pra< tired school- cast periods; Liberal* and Con- 
ing In maintaining royal calm, servatlves will take five each. 
There was no hesitation or the other two have been as- 
awkwardne** In greeting offl- Hgnod to the Christian Demo- 
Hal*. or reviewing the navy (Tats. 

contingent, and It was easy to The series starts tomorrow 
see that he had done these night at 10.15 with a Social 
same things many times. Credit broadcast. 

The naval band played a The political broadcasts will 
waltz while the Prince walked be heard st 10.15 p.m. ovrr sta- 
down the lines of .sailors. Some- lion CBU, Vancouver, for the 


auxiliary fighter 
squadrons In other cities, the 
defense minister claimed, 
showed that the tradesmen re- 
quired to support a modern Jet 
squadron could only be found 
In the larger Industrial centres. 

A further survey of the 
Victoria area Indicated, the 
department claimed, in spile 
of local bhvu ranee* to the 
contrary, that the requisite 
number of auxiliary trades- 
men would not be available; 
and on thi* has!*, (he depart 
ment decided It would not 
establish this squadron. 
Following the decision, the de 
partment said, consideration 
was given to the type of auxil- 
iary unit which might be sup- 
ported in Victoria and it was 
deckled to establish an auxiliary 
aircraft warning and control 
unit. 

CONSIDERABLY LESS 
The personnel requirement 
for this type of unit, the defense 
department stated. Is consider- > 


Japanese Prince Relaxes 
In Western Hemisphere 


On reaching the Western 
Hemisphere, Prince Akthito, 
heir to the throne of Japan, re- 
laxed the tradition that plctuie* 
Ohenial nobility as atony-faced 
and unbending. 

He even ate hot dogs when 
he landed at San Francisco. 

The 18-year -old Crown Prince 
relaxed so completely on tne 
Pacific crossing that his cham- 
berlain* ceased to follow him; 
children pestered him: old 

ladles mothered him, and he 


when she was Princess on part 
of her 1931 Canadian tour, was 
Group. Capl. Joseph Stevenaon 
of Windsor. Ont. 

The Prince enjoyed tea 
and biscuits aboard the plane, 
but attendant* said hi* favorite 
Western delicacy— ranking even 
with hot dogs- is crisp dinner 
rolls. 

The dinner at Government 
House last night was a Hosed 
affair, with only high-ranking 
dignitaries in attendance. 

Today the Prince will sight 
see around the southern end of 
the Island, perhaps as far 
north as Shawnigan Lake. He 
will ride Victoria's bridle paths! 
this morning. 

The Crown Prince is an 
active sportsman. He devote*, 
much of his leisure time to * 
training in horsemanship, his 
favorite sport, and tennis 
Swimming, skiing and plng-< 
pong are other sport* In which 
he la well-grounded. 

Hia residence in Japan Is 
"Togu" or Temporary Palace. 
The Prince usually arise* at, 
7 a.m. and attends classes at 
the Peer's College until about i 
3 In the afternoon. 

Hls weekly first-year study! 
schedule. 


* Gov- 
Prince 


Belmont Work 
To End Soon 


with the ship’s other pas- 
sengers. 

Press representatives swarmed 
aboard the President Wilson 
from a sea going launch as ti 
near San Francisco. 

The Prince started hi* tour 
of the Western Hemisphere at 
San Francisco in a typically 
American manner by munch- 


Young A irwoman 
Thrilled to Skies 


I AROUND TOWN ! 

Renovation of the Belmont Building is expected to be 
completed early in May, at a cost of $150,000. 

of consolidating all offic 


The work consists of consolidating all offices of individual 
government departments on one floor. 

Cost of renovating the seven story building was originally 
$115,000. 

Architect Patrick Blrley Is preparing plans for a two-story 
office building on ihe vacant area of his own properly on 
Gordon Street at Courtney. 

The office structure, which will occupy the space between 
the premises he recently purchased from the Cecil French 
estate and the Belmont Building, will encompass some 2,000 
square feet of floor space. The Lshaped section facing on 
Courtney Street will carry a singlestory building of special 
design for offices of the most modem type. 

It is estimated that the entire building project will provide 
4,000 square feet of office space. 


BY DOROTHY WROTNOWSKI 
Colonial Women's Editor 

Guns booming In salute, all 
eyes were 


while However, Flight-Lieutenant 
luxury Adamson added. "It wa* a bit 
arrival humpy for a few seconds after 
*r Ihe he took the wheel." 

Co-pilot of the RCAF plane. 
It was which flew Queen Elizabeth 


RCAF station »t Rockclifte. 
Ont., Fit. Lieut. D. R. Adamson, 
pilot of the plane and Mia* Hon- 
kawa, we learned from the 
group captain that the air- 
woman's services had already 
proved very valuable as she 
■peak* Japanese fluently and 
was acting as an Interpreter. 

The trip from San Francisco 
where they met the Crown 
t 'hc Prince waa perfect with clear 
0 f visibility enabling the royal 
visitor to aee something of the 


Prince 

Aklhtto, Crown Prince of Japan, 
as he alighted from the big, 
silver-winged North Star at Pat- 
ricia Bay airport last night. 

In the doorway of the plane 
stood a film, young girl in Air- 
force uniform Intently watching 
the proceedings. She was LAW 
Tomika Honkawa. one of 
Canadians accompanying 
prince on his 10-day tour 
Canada. 

Boarding the plane for a chat country 


which covers 29 
hours, comprises constitutional 
law, economics, Japanese and 
Western history. Japanese 
language and literature, phil- 
osophy. psychology, biology. 


IJbrral executive member* for Victoria meet Tuesday 
night lo net a date foe a nominating convention. 

It la expected the oonventlon will give formal endorse- 
ment to Mr*. Nancy Hodge*. W. T. Stralth and Capt, D. 4. 
I* rood foot aa party standard hearer* in the coming election. 


I Allan yesterday. He will make 
hi* first appearance ** church 
| organist today. 


Fenders Called for Boys’ Industrial School 


Inquest win be held Tuesdaf at 10 a m. at Sands' Funeral 
Home Into the <£ath of John McMurdo, 66. of Port Coquitlam. 

Mr. McMurdo died Thursday night after the Jeep In which 
h« wa* a passenger turned over at Interurban Road near Col- 
quitc Creek. 

Hla son. William. 31, of Prospect Lake, is in good condition 

In hospital. 


Nomination 


Sqdn. Ldr Clarence S. Goode. : 
of Sidney, will stand for nomin-J 
ation ** Progressive Con*erva- 
live candidate in Saanich riding., 

It was announced yesterday 
The nominating convention 
will be held at 8 p.m. tomorrow 
In lake Hill Women's Institute 
Hall. Chief speaker will he Ar 
thur Chapman, nominated as 
PC candidate In Victoria. 

A resident of Sidney 
1942. Squadron Leader Goode ts 
a veteran of two wars He waa 
In command of the first contin- 
gent of signals Into AlaaceLor 
raine in the .Second World War. _ 

President of Pacific Importers. | g]| ] 

Mr. Goode W also vice president panear beer and aakt also came 
of Sidney Rotary Club and In for favorable comment 
founder president of the Sidney law Honkawa came In lo 


The Esquimau branch of the Canadian Legion will hold 
a general meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m in the Legion Hall. 
622 Admirals Road. All members are asked to attend as Impor- 
tant Items are on the agenda. 


In San Francisco, the Cana- 
dians were entertained at dinner 
by the Japanese ambassador at 
a well-known Japanese restau- 
rant, Y sms to'*. The dinner waa 
Japanese style and the guest* 
sat crosalegged on the floor 
for two and a half hours. 

"It waa really an experience", 
since Group Capt. Stephenson said. 
The food waa wonderful with 
abalone, soup with Japanese 
mushrooms, shrimp with etiop- 
ped egg. deep fried chicken, 
sweet potatoes, oyster* In aoya 
j sauce, aukyakll and that's about 
i can remember." The Ja. 


Fleet minesweeper HMC5 Haul! St*. Marie, attached 
to HMCS Malahat. left Esquimau early yesterday after- 
noon on first of a aeries of summertime, week-end training 
entlaes for personnel of the city's naval reserve division 

Commanded hy I Jeut A mdr B. T. H. Kuaaell, the 
'•weeper will visit Everett, Wash., where itwmI of ships 
company win enjoy shore leave. Reaervtata will undergo 
practical training during Ihe rrulae. and the «Mp u 
scheduled lo return to her local base at 4J8 pj*. today. 

* * a 

A total of 186 permits were Issued last month for buildings 
valued at $1,739,620. Building Inspector J. W. ooslcrlnk said 
yesterday. 

Twelve permit* were issued for homes, two for apartment 
buildings, one for Central Junior High .School valued at $889 674 
and one for the A. P. Slade 7 Victoria) Ltd. warehouse, at 

Other permits Included those for alterations and addition* 
Permits lmi»*d this year total 514. valued at $2,670,383 


Rrannan tjike, North Wellington, about 10 mile* 
north of Nanaimo, will be the site of British Colum- 
bia’* new industrial school for hoy* Tender* for 
construction, estimated coat $1,000,000. have been 

called by the government and win close May 14. 


School, to house 150 boys and relieve overcrowding 
at Coquitlam, will have hospital, classroom*, work- 
shops, auditorium, swimming pool, dormitories, 
security wing and administrative offices. Building 
»a* designed by a provincial architect. 






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20 Daily CCuhintHt victoria. 1C., Sun April 12. 1953 


Flan Interior Decoration Tour 


\ isitors 


Larter-Martin Rites 
Solemnized Recently 


Wedding of Interest Yesterday 


Twenty-third annual Empress 
Golf Tournament has attracted 
vim ton* from as lar away as To- 
ronto and Lo* Angeles 
Among those who will be here 
are B. Allan, Mr. and Mia. E. 
Adell. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Arm- 
strong. H. W. Andrews, Mr. and 
Mrs. F. A Anunsen. D. Ayre, 
Mr. and Mrs. N. Atkinson, E. 
Arnett, Miss H. .Ardl&s. E, B, 
Berkeley. Mr. and Mrs. J. C 
Ratoon. F. ,W. Buhrman, Mr. 


was played at Harris tweed coal with red 


and Mrs. L. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. 
H. S. Bigelow. A. C. Broad, Mr. 
and Mrs. C. V. H. Bryan, Mr, 
and Mrs. L. S- Broze. Dr. VV. B. 
Bums. Mr. and Mrs. George 
Bentley, Mr. Lance Blssett, Dr. 
and Mrs. L. V. Belknap, JP, R. 
Blodgett. 

Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bronnugh, 
M. W. Curtis. R. L. Clark, Mr. 
and Mrs. S. Camp. Mrs. S. A. 
Copp, D*. and Mrs. C. W. Coffen, 
H. H. Clarke, E. D. Coyle. M. 
W. Cozart, W. R. Cravatt, J. D. 
Cardoza. J. J. Crulce, Milton 


made up of tiny white flowers <har ,nosl 
with a pair green ' ,f 

canted a HHJHjHp 

book topped with small pink P rp ‘ ent P° r 
roses and white stephanotls. J sonnl ward 
Mr. Martin gave his daughter rob *- I’xtxrsom 

in marriage. Much has been said in favor 

As bridesmaid for her sister, of cottons for Spring and Sum- 
Miss Mary Frances Martin chose mer, 1953, and I agree that rut- 
a light grey suit, a pink hat ton dresses are hard wearing 
with white veil, and a corsage and versatile, but upon present- 


Pictured following their wedding yesterday after- 
noon at St. Paul’s Church, Ksquimalt, are Fit. -Lieut. 
S. R. Wallis, DFC. RCAF, and his bride, the former 
Kathran (Kip) Oldfield. The bride, who is well- 
known as a stage and television actress, is the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Oldfield, 1108 Wych- 
bury Avenue, and the groom, who* is from Rivers, 
Manitoba, U thp son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wallis, 
Lethbridge. — (Photo by W. Atkins.) 


Something new has been planned by 
the Women’s Committee of the Arts 
Centre of Greater Victoria — an Inter- 
ior Decoration tour whirh takes place 
on Saturday afternoon, April 18 from 
2 until 5.30 o’clock. The tour will 
include four well-known Victoria 
homes and will start at the home of 
Mrs. Mariam Coultas, 1626 Rockland 
Avenue. The home of Mr$. Will Spen- 


cer, 1632 Rockland Avenue is next on 
the program with the B. R. Fibiger 
home, 378 Newport and the Gordon 
Paterson home. 3565 Beach Drive to 
follow. The house captains or members 
of the committee to be posted to each 
home are pictured above from left to 
right, Miss Beth Collison, Mrs. R. A. 
Green. Mrs. S. Marinker, and Mrs. 
W. K. Warren. 


A rrivi ng 7 7i 1 1 rsday 
For Wedding Here 

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 


FOR AN 


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See Our Selection of 

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• SHORTIES 

• SUITS 

• DRESSES 

• BLOUSES 


Mr. Donald Farmer Wingate whose marriage to Miss Shirley 
Cameron takes place on Saturday, April 18, will arrive in 


W. Kendall, II. 


man for Mr. Wingate will also arrive on Thursday from 
Spokane. Mrs. J. L. Clay. Beach Drive, will entertain at a 
luncheon on Tuesday In honor of Miss Cameron 


M. Kerr. E. S Keith, D J. Ketch- 
am, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Kirk, 
Mr and Mrs G. Kennedy. 

K. Lind ley, Dr. J. E. Leddy, 
Dr. G. E. Langley. H. Lyle, Dr. 
and Mrs, A, S. McConKey, Dr. 
J. A. McNab. D. McLaws, Mr. 
and Mrs J. D. McDermott, R. 
MeEwan, E. A McCullough. Sr., 
E- A. McCullough. T. Miller, Mr. 
and Mrs. J. fadley, Mrs. D. M. 
Moore, A. Muir, Dr. G. A. 
Mooscy, E. Manley, Mr. and 
Mrs. R. J. Nichols. 

Mrs. L E. Ohnlck. L. Oates, S. 
Paulson. R B Pyke, H. M. 
Price. A. M. Richmond. Miss A. 
Roberge. Mrs. B. H. Rne. W. C. 
Raleigh, Eddie Rapp. W. H. 
Sears. Mr and Mrs. J. O. Sten- 
dal, Dr. L. A Schuelcr, G. H. 
Southwick. S. Selck, Mr. and 
Mrs. E T Ringstad. Mr. and 
Mrs. G, H. Taylor. E. W. Thomp- 
son. Mrs. F. J, Tomkins, S. G. 
Verley, P White, J. C. Walsh. L. 
A. Wnchsmuth. 


To Continue Studiea 

Howard Barnett. ARCT. BMua . BA <Toronlo», was 
recently promoted to the position of assistant professor of the 
University of Alberta. Professor Barnett, who Is a Victoria 
College Alumnus, has been granted a leave of absence from 
the University of Alberta to continue studies in the field of 
musicology at the University of Southern California, at Los 
Angeles Mrs. Barnett and their two chlidrrn, Deborah and 
Terence, will accompany him. 


Reception Today 

Mr. J. Lome McLean of Vancouver, president of the Cana 
dlan Institute of Chartered Accountants and Mn. McLean will 
be guests of honor at a reception today at Che Oak Bay Beach 
Hotel to be given by the Vancouver Island members of the 
RC, Institute of Chartered Accountants. Mr. J. L. Helliweil of 
Vancouver, president of the B.C. Institute of Chartered Accoun- 
tants. and Mr G. F. Dunn, vice-president, with their wives will 
receive the guests. Mrs. H. Anscomb. Mrs P. A. Gibbs, Mrs. 
E M Gunderson and Mrs. H. Herbert will preside and Mrs. 
L V Fleury. Mrs. R. T McKean, Mrs. R. J. Nation and Mrs. 
P. A. Watt will act as serviteura. 


COTTONS THAT BLOOM 
IN THE SPRING . . . 


SCUR RAILS 
NEW COTTON 
DRESSES ARK 
AN EXCITING 
OVERTURE TO 
SUMMER' 




safest; 


The smart fashion 
look ha* been tailored 
Into these new <-ot ton 
dresses , . Horrodue*. 
Fashions atylcd I n 
London and manu- 
factured In Canada 
from England's finest 
cotton*. 


Rummage Sa 
On April 18 


OUons Return 

Mr. and Mrs. H. B Barney Olson have returned to their 
home on Beach Drive after a three-month holiday trip which 
took them to New York where they boarded the "Caro nit" ami 
aalled through the Panama Canal and circled South America 
passing through the Straits of Magellan. Interesting stops were 
made at the Bahamas and Jamaica. Lima, Peru. Valparaiso, 
Chile from where they drove to Santiago; Montevideo, and 
Buenos Alrea, Argentina; Sao Paolo and Rio de Janorio. Brazil 
and on to Trinidad Returning to New York they entrained for 
this coast. Mr. and Mrs. Olson were accompanied hv Mr. and 


Mrs. Gerald Culver, left, president of 
the committee; Mrs. S. T. Fitzpatrick, 
in charge of tickets; Mrs. C. M. Nellis, 


chairman of the tour, and Mrs. P. D. P. 
Holmes, publicity. 


HEAR 


START A BUSINESS 


Drosses that are practically 
new- will be one of the main 
features of the rummage sale 
to be sponsored by the SPCA 
on Saturday. April IK, at 10 
a m. In St John's Church school 
room. 

China Is also being collected 
for the stall of superfluities. 

Contributions may be left at 
the school room or at the SPCA 
headquarters on Wilson Street, 
Donations will be picked up by 
phoning E 0614. 


PART-TIME 

HOBBY 

FULL-TIME 

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OP YOUR OWN 


Every 

Sunday 


An Ideal llaM>* that *• later- 
■allot — la pra'lm profitable— 
•at aullabla lor joer i»d hnra* 
Hr-»n»n of South Amerjrao 
Chinchilla art onlhuolaallc bo- 
cauM there u • latelai thrill In 
reltlng the** ll' tip "Irarli" of 
tho animal ethedom. No* only 
are high -trade chinchilla worth 
their weight In gold— they are 
rate ta r» law— lane Hit) a epara 
— fa«J eoau are low— they ara 
Mean, odorteaa anfl rermln frea 
Guaranteed hlgh-grwde breeding 
•lack (a available at thla ranch. 
<ie« tba Farlo — Brochure aa 
B«|aeat rhaaa far Interview. 

Empire MS 4 


Leaving for Vancouver 

Mrs. W. S. Ronald of Winnipeg who has been visiting her 
*1 Mer. Mrs. D. Hunter Gordon here. Mrs. P. D. Bentley and 
Mrs^Avis Sols will leave today for Vancouver where they will 
attend the wedding of their niece. Miss Alnley Gordon and 
Mr. T. E. iTed) Jackson of Ottawa next Saturday. 


Radio 

Pastor 


PERRY F. R0CKW00D 


Entertaina at Tea 

Mrs. W. G Crawford. Beach Drive, entertained at tea on 
Friday afternoon Tor members of the Jubilee Hospital Women’s 
Auxiliary executive and conveners of the garden party to he 
held on July 15. Mrs. Stanley Okell and Mrs. George Masters 
presided at the tea table. 

Return to Hamilton 

Mrs J. Lockhart and Mrs. E. Straw have left for their homes 
In Hamilton after attending the wedding here of the former’s 
grandnephew, Mr Robert Brown, to Miss Patricia Sylvester. 
They were the guesta of Mrs. -Lockhart's brother-in-law and 
sister. Mr. and Mn. J. Porteous, Church Avenue. Others here 
for Hie welding were Mr. and Mrs. J C. Porteous and family. 
Spokane, and Mr and Mr*. S P. Barker. Chilliwack 


Birthday Party 


THE PEOPLE'S 
GOSPEL HOUR 

3h Voice Choir 

Write for Free .Sermons 
Box 370, Truro. N.S., Canada 


i Afflilau ol CMnthtlla Ranrhara nc UUt I 

NUNN. Ranch Manager H. B. DAWSON. Sale* 


KEEP FOODS FRESH 

WITH A 

PHILCO REFRIGERATOR 


WITH A 


Triple danger threatens your fine furs. Moths, 
humidity and heat are lurking around the summer 
comer waiting to pounce on unwary furs that spurn 
scientific storage. 


Rack to Vernon 

Mrs J. Fred Simmon* has re- 
turned to her home at Vernon. 
B.C., after spending the winter 
with her son-in-law and daugh- 
ter Mr. and Mrs. W P. Bowden, 
St. David Street. 


HURRY FOR THESE SPECIAL VALUES 
BUY BEFORE THE HOT WEATHER ARRIVES 


The peak damaging am- 
ton 4 la Bummer when fur 
coats and woollena are not 
In use. tt la during this 
five-month period* special 
scientific ran- |g a "must." 
More and more women 
have come to realize the 
fact that furs need sjiecUI 
care. 


during the 1 summer a 
humidity reading of 65 1 * 
quite common. 


Your Choice of 
Five Lovely Patterns 

in 

COMMUNITY SILVERPLATE 

la the Elegant Ney j 

coronation 


SAVE UP TO $50 


The fight against moth 
life requires continuing 
vigilance and therefore 
New Method vault* ate 
sterlllzied a( regular Inter- 
val* throughout the sea 
*on bv means of an auto- 
matic control a v a t e m 
which elect* a vapor 
which kllla all moth life 
yet la harmless lo furs 
and fabrics. 


1 ONLY 


parity, 


Viaitor in Vancouver 

Mrs. R. E. Webb, Beach Drive 
ha* relumed to the city after 
•pending a few day* In Vancou- 
ver with her son-in-law and 
daughter Mr. and Mr*, Deni* 
M. Colllaon and small daughter 
Cynthia. 


1 ONLY 


Mr. H. R. Stephen, vice- 
president. New Method 
Laundries Ltd., explained 
Just what happens to a 
coat when received for 
storage In New Method's 
famous Haertel vaults. 


7 1 cu. ft. caparity with 
Dairy Bar and Butter 
Keeper. Regular 12195. 
SPECIAL r 


Reauhtully finished *n 
dark tcalnuf and blu'd 
with rich rfd velvet. 


To protect against Illegal 
entry. New Method's 
vaults are protected by a 
foolproof alarm system 
which la connected with 
the ritv police station. 


1 ONLY 


9.4 cu. ft. ahre A tig 
luxury refrigerator 
Regular 445.95. 
SPECIAI 


4A-PIECE SERVICE 
FOR EIGHT 


First, a coal la Individ- 
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life In the garment la 
killed. The atmosphere 
Inside the vault la purified 
and changed continually. 
It H cooled by a remark- 
able control avatem and 
relative humidity Is main- 
tained between 50 and 55. 


Prescription 

Optics! 


To round out New Meth- 
od's scientific summer fur 
storage, each garment ia 
Insured from the time a 
bonded messenger picks 
up the garment until It la 
returned In the Fall lo the 
owner. 


lb caps 
Advance 


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THESE FAMOUS PHILCO 
RKRIG ERA TORS 


W.I5 PER WEEK ON 
ROSE’S SILVER 
SAVINGS CU B 


Opticians 


Thl« humidity control la 
important because at a 
relative humldftv nr t>5 
and over mildew and mold 
cun develop. In Victoria 


FURNITURE 


One of rhe features of this 
complete protection la (he 
low coat of the service 


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Dailu (Snlottifl! 


Highland dances by girls in full dress will be a part 
of the colorful program. Pictured above, from left 
to right, Edna May Dysart, Lorraine Conway, Kath- 


leen Roberts, Margaret Baird. Mary Gibson, Jocelyn 
Young, Violet Robertson and Jeannie Burns. 


Scottish l\c 


euue 


Won 1 


Heather Duncan, daughter of the dancing teacher, will b« 
among those featured in solo numbers. 


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By Dorothy Wrotnowski 
Social Editor 




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Colorful Highland costumes and dancing to the skirl 
of the pipes will be featured at the annual Scottish Revue 
of '53 to be presented at the Royal Theatre on Monday 
evening. 


Dancing pupils of Adeline Duncan will take part in 
the show which has a program promising to be both 
exciting and entertaining. 

Proceeds of the revue will go towards building and 
furnishing the new wing to the Victoria Nursing Home. 

An added attraction will be the appearance of James 
L. McKenzie, world champion Highland dancer. 


Colonist Photos 
By Bud Kinsman 


Four little girls who will he taking part In the revue 
are from left to right, Lola Broun, Tan is Troy, Trudy 


Conrad and Ron! Milton. 


A couple of young shepherds in color show 
ful costumes will be taking part in the Gregory 


Jimmie McGregor, left, and 
Underwood. 


Another group of Highland dancers are. from left to 
right, Joyce Clgrk, Winnifred Lochhead, Sheena 


lifting. Mary Maclean, Mary Mitchell, Maxine Aube! 
and Heather Duncan. 







22 fiailg <£ iil mi tul Vkt«r»*. a c.. s«i., April iz. 1953 


Recalls Tournament Shows 


Beverley Wallace Is Wed 
In Traditional Satin Cow 


Clubs and Societies 


The annual Empress Goll 
Tournament and all the pari In 
that go with it and the name 
of Mr*. Charle* E. Wilson oftust 
be synonomoua In the mind* 
of the thouftand* who have 
come to Victoria for the event 
since 1930. 

The tournament started In 
1929. sponsored by the Canadian 
Pacific and the following year 
company official* asked Mrs. 
Wilson to help with the enter 
lalnment of visitors. Since then 
she has been official hostess. 


Brides of Albion Chapter The annual linen shower of 
IODE. will hold a whist drive the B.C, Protestant Orphanage 
at headquarters on Friday will be held at the Home on 
April 17, 8 p m. Thursday. May 7, at 3 p m. Tea 

* * * will be served. 

Oakland* PTA will meet a ♦ a 

Monday, April 13. 8 p m., when The next meeting of St. 

Mr. Austin Curtis will be guest Paul's VVA will be held on Tuea- 
speaker. day. April 14. at 2.30 p.m. 


Rich white satin fashioned Margelts. while Mr Keilh Lit- pale blue drrs< with pink acves- 
the gown chosen by Beverley tier. Mr Mason Sheldnck. and sortes and corsage of pink roses, 
Mae Wallace for her wedding Mr, Gerald Elliot ushered received guests 
to Herbert Seymour Kent. Mr Margetts proposed the Mr, and Mrs Kent left for 
which look place Saturday eve- toast to the bride at the recep- a motor trip in Washington, 
nlng in St. Barnahas Church, tton held at the Oak Bay Beach the bride wearing a heather- 
The Rev. Eric Munn heard the Hotel. The hride s mother, who mixture suit, navy blue and 
marriage promise* of Ihe chose a grey silk taffeta gown white hat. navy blue shoes and 
daughter of Mrs. Thomas Rus- with turquoise hat. black atves purse, and a gardenia corsage 
tlge. 270S Cook Sireei. and the *"d gardenia corsage. The couple will reside at 2K8 


dinner dance* at the Empress 
Hotel. In the early vear* as- 
sisted with choosing the prizes 
and rounded up entries on her 
cwn visit* to olher lourney*. 

But It Is the social side of the 
tournament for which Mrs. 
Wilson will long he remembered 
and in which she still takes an 
Recently n friend 


Aubrey Kent, 228 Douglas 
Street. 

Miss Isabel Pike sang 'The 
Twenty third Psalm'* while the 
couple signed the register. The 
church was decorated with 
spring blossoms. 

Seed pearls embroidered Ihe 
collar and tips of the Illy point 
sleeves of the bride's gown, 
which fell into a brief train. A 
crown of the |>earl.s held her 
her floor-length veil of illusion 
ret. and she carried a shower 
bouquet of pink Brlercliff rases 
and fenlhered pink chrysanthe- 
mums. Mr. Ian Wallace gave 
his niece In marriage. 

Miss Frances Smith and Miss 
Elizabeth Snalr were brides- 
maids. wearing strapless dresses 
of turquoise nylon taffeta, 
topped by filled Jackets With 
stand-up collars. They wore 
coronets of tulips and narcissi 
to match their bouquets 

Best man was Mr. Walter 


Eighty-three per cent of all Ideas and lmpressio.is 
are received through our precious sense of sight. 

A child cannot know that his vision Is wrong until 
that vision ha* been corrected, If ■ child's -vision 
is defective and he doe* not see clearly, he has 

no way of knowing lust what he should see. 

Some chiMreo have never learned to sec clearly, 
easily with full comprehension. Before their eager 
eyes pictures blur, letters run together, scenes seem 
scrambled. 

Poor vision I* a serious handicap to growing 

youngsters. It sentences them to undeserved ‘-low 
ness, dullness, backwnrdness where other children 
are oulek. keen and sure 

A child's eve* should be examined regularly at least 
once a year to be sine that he is constantly 
enjoying dear vision. 


FOR TIIF FINEST IN 


SEE 01 R 200 VARIETIES 


active part 

asked her If she had decided to 
once again fake the Job hostess 
for the week long affair. 

"I rrnalnly have,'* was her 
firm reply T've been doing It 
for 23 years. Thai tournament 
\va* my baby. I taught it to walk 
and I'm not deserting It now." 

Also acting as hostesses with 
her will be Mrs. H. F. Crowe, 
who has assisted for many 
years now. Mr*. Arthur Dowell, 
women's captain at Colwood. 
and Mrs. Walter Parry, women's 
captain at Oak Rav. 

Mrs. Wilson has numerous In the act was always original 
stories to tell of the tournament and the subject of much ad- 
In past year* The other eve- miration For thet>onhey Sere 
rung she recalled the time back nade number she used a donkey 
ir the thirties when a heavy cart brought from Mexico by 
snowfall covered Victoria and the late Mr and Mrs. R. P. 

• finals an Buichart. A canoe covered en- 
Wilson went tirely with handmade paper 


THE CHRISTIANSENS 


39-13 Saanich (By Swan lake) 


We Welcome You 


Appointments 

9-5 

B 3713 


1ATOWS 


A. H. HEASLIP 
Optometrist 


MRS CHARLES E. WILSON 


Leaders In T 

HARDWARE 

and HOME 
FURNISHINGS 


made playing the 
Impossibility. Mrs. 
to work and helped convert the hibiscus was her choice for the ma de 
lower lounge of the hotel Into Hawaiian chorus Among the paper 
a diminutive golf course with member* was Virginia Ryan, cmcri 
cushions under the heavy car now the wife of Dr. W. Corkle the *i 
pets to simulate bunker* and of Seattle. room, 

a host of other improvisations. 

There the finals were played 
to the amusement of ail and 
then and there ('PR officials 
decided never again to he em- 
barrased by the weather. 

The tournament had been 
held In February each year and 
they' switched the date to April. 

Victorians still talk about the 
floor shows which Mrs. Wilson 
arranged up to start of the 
."second World War and in which 
«hp look the leading role Girl* 
from the Russian Ballet School 
took part In ihe choruses The 
shows centred on a different 
theme each time, including 
Russian, Chinese. Hawaiian. 

Spanish and North American 
Indian. 

"I'd start with a song such as 
the 'Donkey Serenade.' " she 
said, "and work up the show 
from there." 

She recalled that while each 
show was different they would 
always follow a similar pattern 
Invariably she would he drawn 
into the ballroom in a special 
vehicle, would circle the room 
singing .with her chorus and 
then would stop In front of a 
prominent Victorian or visitor 
whom she would serenade. The 
audience was never sure who 
would be serenaded and invited 
to Join Mr*. Wilson for a ride 
out of the ballroom. 

Mayor I.ceming Frank Mc- 
Pherson, .lack Hart. Ralph 
Whaley nf Seattle, now playing 
In the senior tournament, were 
among the cues’* tn whom she 
sang. 

The particular vehicle used 


w the canoe had Interested in theatrical* since 
h iw her chorus her childhood Mr* Wilson 
No fuddling her would design the costumes and 
iss the ballroom props from her show< too 


Store Hour*: K.30 to 5.30. Wed 
Phone (Mill 


ktmmage sale 

Friday. April 17. 193“ 

9 M » m *1 

WILSON MOTORS 
SHOWROOM 

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l>« at l.ono.mio Hflllih Calum- 
bl»n» in *»rh jraar: un ,W'% 
la VI". .1 Spallru an dry dau- 
Inf. drrlitf. thirl laundering an* 
aha. r.palrtnf IhU »».h 

— aall* and coal, dry eleuned. 
M.Vr. ahlrla laandrrrd IHe. I- 
da } ircilir add 


NEW TEXTURE PAINT 


SPOTLESSI 


TEXTURED WALL AND 
1 CEILING DECORATION 
j IN COLOUR. 


Today’s 

Favorite 




Everybody's talking about this distinctly# typa of wall 
ond ceiling decoration which goat right ovMvour old 
walk Anybody can apply and tsxtura with GYPTEX 
—no tinting rsauirsd as it corns* in raady-mixsd tints 
of Ivory, Buff, Blus, Gr*#n, Pinlc and Whita. Simply 
add wot ot, mix to a haavy pasts and brush it on. 


Broun Calf 
Tie 


CWL ANNUAL .MEETING 

Oak Bay Catholic Women’s 
league will hold their annual 
meeting Tuesday. April M. to 
be preceded by » luncheon at 
ihe Oak Hay Reach Hotel at 1 
P m.. w ifh Mr* C,r r Amyot 
a.s guest speaker. Conveners' re 
ports and election of officer 
will' he held during the after 
noon. 


GIRINS’ 

SPRING DRESSES 


It $ all pure, 

extra soapy! 

New Sunlight i* Cnnnds'i 
favourite bar Nothing 

run lake it* place— it wa»hc* 
eVcrytlfiiJK waahoble. Try itf 


Mliietloni 
Far *a la 


CATHCART’S 


Faint I»ep|_, Main Floor 


ClaMttlMi Ada 


SHOE STORE 


717 Fort Street 


Welcome Ladies 

to the 

23rd Annual Empress 

GOLF TOURNAMENT 


BIRKS presents a 
Distinguished Series of 


ENGAGEMENT and 
WEDDING RINGS 


geatgnml in Htrk* 
“Java! Snadm* lo 
nxbmamoralr lb* 
coming ( -nrm* a l ton 


Whatever the price, Birk* ring* are better value— 
BECAUSE— direct Oversea* buying 
BEC.4L SE— of Birk* craft*hop farilitic* for 
designing and creating ring setting* 
BECAUSE— Birk* uniqtar policy of 

direct«to-eu*tomer *clling. U * 


Engagement 
Rmg If-A 


anils 

W addin 

BiOg 


and welcome to our showing of the 
latest in correct wear for the Royal 
and Ancient game. Skirt* in wide 
variety. Including new linen*. In 
several shade*. Golf Blouse*, new 
arrivaLs in Jacket*, and all the little 
Items such a* Gloves and Socks 
that add to comfort. 


BIRKS BUDGET 
TERMS 


J0% Down. Balance on 
Convenient Monthly Payments 


UJ&J UJILSOn 


Sterling Silver Preaentstlon Cute 
and Free Insurance Certificate 
for one vear fcfven with the 
rints shown. 


Birk* quality diamonds 
are Canada's 


finest value. 


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Daily (Eoloniflt Victoria, B.C., Son., April 12, 1953 23 


To Be Married 


CGIT Girls Act as Serviteurs at Reception 
Which Followed Recent Keddv-Flett Weddin 


CGIT girl* in uniform, from 
the group which the bride lends, 
were servlteur* at the recep 
tlon following the wedding of 
Vera Margaret Rebecca Flett 
and Alfred John Keddy, which 
took place in First United 
Church. 

The Rev. Moir A. J. Waters 
officiated for the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. N. Flett. 355 Rich- 


headdress of orange blossoms. 

Best man was Mr. Michael 
Rice, and ushers were Mr. 
Lyle Flett and Mr. Richard 
Smith. 

The reception was held at 
Connaught Hall, where Mr. 
James Lusse proposed the toast 
to the bride. Cpl. Norma Flett. 
Foymount, Ontario, sister of 


they return from a honeymoon 
In Vancouver. 

For traveling, the bride chose 
a mauve knitted suit and betga 
shortie coat, with black sued* 
accessories and corsage of yel- 
low roses. 


Fabric from India 
Has Many Uses 


There's an Oriental quality to the glowing colors In the 
fine cotton printed throws sold In the drapery department of 
a Victoria store. These throws are made In India and measure 
nine feet long with widths of six or aevpn and a half feet. They 


ty. Their many uses Inrlude as couch covers, bed- 


and 

spreads, curtains or table covers and they are worth considering 
if you're sprucing up a" summer cottage, den, playroom or bed 
room in your own home. 

Famous Prints Reproduced 

Currier and Ives fans along with any other householder 
looking for new drapery material will like the fabric that sells 
for $3 50 a yard. Colonial days, summer scenes of farmyards 
and winter scenes of frozen ponds and skaters have been 
reproduced in three different designs. Den, dining room or 
informal living room would benefit from one of the fabrics in 
slip covers or drapes. The summer scene known as the "Old 
Oaken Bucket" would be smart In a young boy's room. 

New Printed Satin 

Printed satin in an extremely heavy weight could add a 
luxurious touch to one of your rooms. At $5 75 a yard there's 


Mr. and Mr*. E. Speed. 2715 
Blackwood Street. 

Easter lilies Bnd spring flow- 
ers decorated the church, and 
clusters of white flowers and 
ribbon marked the guest pews. 
Mr. George Farmer aang “Be 
cause." 

The bride was lovely In a 
ballerina length gown of white 
net, with a bolero of Chantilly 
lace. Her chapel veil cascaded 
from a coronet of orange bios 
soms and sequine. and a triple- 
strand necklace was her Jew- 
elry. Red .roses and stephan 
otis formed her banquet. Mr. 
Flett gave his daughter in mar- 
riage. 

Miss Doris Mae Flett was her 
sister's only attendant, wearing 
a ballerina length gown of aqua 
blue net over taffeta with a 


were among the guests. 

Mr. and Mr*. Keddy will live 
at 2715 Blackwood Street when 


RUMMAGE 

SALE 


HALF-SIZE 


Leaving today for Vancouver 
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 
D. Hunter Gordon, Is Miss Ain- 
ley Gordon whose marriage to 
Mr. T. E. (Ted i Jackson of 
Ottawa, will take place on April 
IS in the Mainland city. 


Spring Dresses 

H»w arrival* In light ■ tight 
wool crapea 

A nira aalacllon of Kay 
Windaor cation. gtary- 
/> on. u looking tor thaw 


St. John's Church 
New Hall, 


Mason St 


Esquimau PTA will meet on 
April 11 at 8 p m. In the Lamp- 
son street school. A surprise 
night with prizes has been 
planned. Plans have also been 
made to hold a spring tea and 
fashion show in the Lampson 
street school on Wednesday, 
April 15 at 3 p.m. 


Mrs. Albert Ware, Fort Street, will leave today for 
Quebec en route to the Old Country 


FATHERS IN CHARGE 

Mr. Dick Reeve, chairman of 
the Greater Victoria School 
Beard, spoke to members of the 
Frank Hobbs School PTA on 
ihe school building program. 
Mr. Reeve particularly stressed 
the need for many new class 
tooms due to the upsurge of 
population in the Greater Vic- 
toria area. The fathers con 
ducted the meeting and present- 
ed a skit written by Mr. Charles 
Russ and directed by Mrs Bar 
bara Smvthe. Final arrange- 
sories. menu for the Coronation tea 

Prince George the future to he held Wednesday, April 15, 
home of the couple. were made. 


CARVE LODGE TEA 

Wednesday, April 15. is the 
date of the annual spring tea 
of Carne Rehekah Lodge. No. 
15, to he held in the IOOF Had 
from 2.30 to 5 p.m. Mrs. M. 
Ritchie i* convener. Stall con- 
vener* are Mr*. L. Smoothie 
and Mrs. L. CJoke, home cook- 
ing, and Mrs. E. McCabe, plants 
and flowers. 


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Woodpecker Proves Quiet Bird 


Victoria, B.C., Sub., April 12, 1953 


ss Honored 


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RV JAM US h. NESBITT 

Tho political convulsion that came on when coalition I 
government fell apart in January of last year still shakes -if 
this province. 


(Special to The Colonial i year, nnd was starting it with iwrformanre of four play* 
NANAIMO — Two Victorians 'ha* idea in mind. selected during the \yrck. 

■ Iked a wav with "oscars" at ° r Cheesman’* acting. Playing la Hi night werB 


io people will e, 


mnor performance of the 


a ma jority government of some kind 


of the most skilful and polished Playe 
Vancouver Island Regional act* ho had *oen in any drama tor ia 
Drama Festival In Nanaimo Sat festival." he Ci 

unlay night. Tom Rannie. of the Port Al- Playe 

Rosaline ’heesman wa* awarded bernl Masque Players, won the j n( jJ a j 
the best actress award for her best-actor award for his part in p n n 

part in "When tjie Whirlwind "Evening Dress Indispensable." sun 

Blows," produced by the Royal "A most capable perform- %j, j 
Jubilee Hospital school of nurs- anre," Mr. Dobbie said. * dP f, 

ing. I For the best direction of the VPar 

A new trophy, gl\en by ad- festival. David Denbigh of the ' 
judiratnr Ian Dobbie to the most Nanaimo Players w on the 
original play, was won hy Vie* fl'»»rd for his work in "Cupid p fovr 
tor la director-playwright H. B. Rampant " l( - 

Binny. The little "osrars" were || 

Mr. Blnny's original play presented lo winners hy Betty |mil|(l 

"Maerie " was staged by his Phillips, Vancouver radio )hp 


Weir Gordon Sloan Ed. Barrow. 
Ction rooked „ P WetKffrHy: HP? Pearson, Dr 
o The Social J Gordon W lamer, 

r* mess had one Bvrnn Johnson, Boh Carson, 
ny other part - ^ Douglas Smith. Frank 
Credit govern- Putnam 

It was that 1933 election, loo. 
Jon ending In P" 1 ’ luincd up Ernie Winch and 
defeat of the hh s"ti Harold, the famous 
lie floor of the fathei and -mi legislative part- 
nership that has now been 
gries nn in the bJuKcni inul Harry Pooley was 
s of the pollll- returned Inr ftsquimalt. a sad 
remnant of the once pnwetful 
he parties this I'olinte (invernment. 
id now: Herb Anscomh made his legls- 

leaderlr-.s Rp\ lattve apiieuranre that year, hut 
P. Imptuted io the Conferva live a were at ,<ueh 
impaign: now m low ebb he called himself an 
five rebel W, lndc|icndCMl. 

IX'ath and defeat at the polls 
Vlnch the lead have taken their toll through 
Arnold Web the year* there were a few re 
tirementa, until only Ed Ken- 
n Johnson the Ml . Vi of 1(|J (h , )HP Liberals, was 
-ler. Arthur lof , Nf|W , , (in „ go , ie Jo 

Herber Am* ,h,nk ,hM ' whrn ,hp nox ' lccl *‘ 
i.. ‘ rt Inlure meets there won t he one 
now ii>finrr. 

•jo him with • he pa tiullo victory 

Unary changes of uu ' " f,e wl,h h 


White-headed woodpecker — from a drawing by F. L. Beebe 


Wh i te-Hea (led Woodpecker 
Rare But Unmistakable 


Ranges from Washington to About .V) per cent o 
south central California, east white head's diet is com 
ward to Idaho and western of pine seeds. The rein, 
Nevada. A southern race, some Is made up of ants, other Ir 
what isolated, occurs in the spider* and the like 
mountains of southern Call- Thp *htti-headed wood , 

, is a quiet bird and despi 

This is a high country wood- *, art | ing whi , P hPH(i and 

perknr. ranging in open p.m* pafrhp , rp<i )maJ ,. s 

and fir forest from an altitude 8n£ j .u. sharnlv >nntr 
of 1000 i o 9,000 feet during the black of the remaining phi 
■spring and summer months In „ „ rl , f | lcul , to spp m lu , 
the winter It moves lower down habitat 
into the valleys, hut otherwise 

shows no migratory tendenees. These characier'sitat a, 
It nests in MaN and June at h,ch * lt,,ude * •* wh|rh “ 
high altitude, almost invariably a<T ;" n * ln p* rl for ,hP I* 1 
in a dead p.ne. where it i av * m * n >' W* pv, * n ™ ,hp 
from four to seven round while ?*°*f™P hir * * r « 

eggs. Nesting boles are drilled pillar with It. ^ 
low down in trees which, while s INGLE "WICK" 
having a hard outer shell, are The voice is described 
usually decayed and “punky" single "wick" nr when r 
within, for this woodpecker is the female calls 'cheep-ec 
not an avid driller. cep’ very fast and repea 1 

( KEEPER I. IKK rail every few' seconds. 

The -kull formation is much ™ lf * unfl " * ,m ‘ lar pi 
, i, „ n ... stances rails "ylp.yip.yl 


Indian had R.770.000 acres 
under cotton in 1951 *32, about 
3.400.000 more than five years 
previously. 


Ss. ‘ATLANTIC 


f nils in the legislature that's place, in the best interests of 
E I kennev who wont run r H.t'. and its people, right 

again for I he House Jlis retire- where he is now the Chief 
ment from the battle of politics Justiceship of British Col u to- 
wns a surprise Ed Kennev'.*, hia He never gave the slight- 
tin'll a serappei tl|.it It never e»t hint that he was after Lih- 
oecurrnl •** anyone that he era I Party leadership, and yet 
could possibly May out of an the wild talk went on. and ;t 
election fight. must have been highly emhar- 

Kenney, Inst session, was Hie Hissing Ift ihm 
only one leit of the .U Liberals Wh> wrmld any man leave a 
who were swept into office io poslllnn of prestige and author A 
the great Liberal victory of 10 . 1,3 . tes|»onslhillty and the work den 

tinder Thomas Doffenn I'nMullo. he loves l»ost m gn hack into *to| 

Eri Kennev helped build up the burly burly of politics? dun 
Ihat avalanche, whnh shallereil Nrsi time you hear Lilian i>e 
the Tolmie Conservatives as mentioned as Liberal ' Party triei 
Social Credit and (TF shattered hvider and you w ill if the Lin- Har 

Liberals and Conservatives last ' ,nn 1 " ,n ,un# * lUM n 

j liru> dismiss the whole idea imme- h ||,, 

There were some mighty Lib '^''L J’l! "T r u hap, T M - 1 

erals elected that year of ‘33 o'h ° J' T * «n 

n .. n /• . .. hind him when he left the at- 

(jrry McC TS •/ » j .orno generalship in 1937 ,n '‘1° 
M-mson. Norman Whittaker, take a place on the Court of 
John Hart, Harry Perry. George Appeal. ai 


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trill s,fm ’ Pr ,,m,, an ' 1 

ln»se This wocMpecker can be mis- ^ government, the 

.... taken for no other bird; voung resolution said, would under 
Mrk resemble the adults, hut ore dull ,a . k,> |® P^mote research and 
tPp in color and have shorter hills. 

|k Young males and females some- 
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The in young birds this Is often 
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North Korean prisoners of war 
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Korean giuml* in iwo hPfmtate 
Incident • on Koje Thin* 

ft'ij, lli«* l niicd Nations com 
ttiand announced Saturday Two 
of the ptlsnru'ls Wri*- «hn| hy 
a guard when first one then the 
flther charged the guard The 
thlld was slmt when lie n< 
tempted In grab a guard's 
w capon 


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Complete Radio Programs for Sunday 


UKUCY — In Virion* April II. ItiX 
Anii Elisabeth Unity of 1*14 iimy 
[ Used. aged #1 yurt. • r Ml dam here 
• tore 111* and lormerly of Colooiy 
•ad Hanna Alio Stir i* survived By 
I her husband Sidney at IB* rrstdcora 
1 o 1 »o several nines and ne»h«wt 

Funeral service* will »» held In St. 
Luk* « Church an Munilay a.’lernoon 
April M S’ J.l» O'clock. lie* Can nb P 
Fiji* olfu retina Initrtntn! In (b« 
.-Churchyard McCall Bros.. funeral 
, ditmwi 


cuABntnm B om 

lit orr lint par day. lie nar lint o«r 
thro* dan Tie oer line for »is Bay*: 
I) 11 oer Mae for one arenth 1* da**' 
Above raiae apply la mnoratu* tnror- 
•tom oc If Sundae vinyl# in tar lion* Ha 
pe> ilna Caotrart rate* on appiirairen 
Minimum advertisi ng loo Uaaa 

Birth Wot I cm . 11 OC cor inarrUoa 

Death* Funeral NoMcaa not rsrrodlng 
and It M 


The Cola nut art* It program* amroa 

BMO— TIA kB BOKO — IMS ho 

i Laaa Cite Radio Pulpit 

arppgl* Rodin Pulpit 

Weothtr Report Sunrita Barr Ira 

Innuiiun to Learning Sunrise Stmrt 

BBC News Europe Story Hour 

Music for Meditation Europe Story Rallatoua Ntoa 

Ha r moor Harbor Prendrm EUanbooar Comic Weekly Man 

Bar moor Harbor Hialtb Facta Comic Waafcly Man 


CJVt-*00 I* 


HJB S SO U S FI —471 U CJ 

l*aoe Challenge to TouLb Bllent 

Moroin* Sana Cbalitnte to Tout* 

Light and Ufa Back to Ood 

Luht and Ufa - tr* to Ood 

Hears College Chain Radio Bib la Claas 
Maaro Collage Choirs Radio Bible Claes 
Ootpei Bout Vales of Prophrcf 

Otupel Hour Voice of Prophecy 


■ 06 I Nee* 

■ I* SaiiatuaB Army 
I *0 ' Sail at ion Army 
• 41 John tteoart 


Sundae Music 


Neoi Meaning 
Premier Uaunfng 
Premirr Mincing 
t Preinl«r Manning 

Kill Bpnru 
Our Uimbardo 
itvulrWira* HOUdgf 
Hmtaeoieaa HaJiday 


Baleaiina Army 
BaJeatina Army 
Back to Ood 
Back ta Ood 


JOood Neot 
Owed Ngoa * 
Lutheran Hour 


Yesterday's HIU 
Yesterday's lilt* 
Tartarday-* Hlla 


Sun i!ar Brbool 
VsiBB "I Praphacy 
Vatea of Praphacy 


11 Haas »i Id fire* Insertion 


luil Mary 


ya*r> at 116* Louit. Mead Me is sur- 
•ired oy a eleiae and a brother to 
tngUpri The let* Mi Lrtori! arr*td 
uterrea* in Itir (treat War 
Funtrel «*trjce» from M'Cnil Bros. 1 
Flora' Punttal Cbapai ut> Tuesday morn- 
ing. April It. at 10 10 s'clnrk latar- 
meat in tba Veterans Caroeim 


Paul Carter The People • Church BUM# Invutute 

Lutheran dnue fire Prop: a * Church Bible Inatnui# 

Lutheran Hour Prank and Erneit Bible InetUut# 

Frank and Emaat MctroooUtaa Tab 
land of Free Metropolitan Tab 

Briene* Reporter Metropolitan lab 
Radln Canaries MMrnpntltaa Tab 

Nava Metropolitan Tab 

BUI cuuiubatiam Metropolitan Tab 
pTCiUient Kurnhoerr Neva 
k*«e‘« R«» Sprinaatt 

Lanne Rou Bh-jv SC Church Nrws Hour Music 

lotnhardo Land Foursquare Gospel Hour of Musts 

Music for Vou Church of the Air Hour of Mutlo 

Music for ton Church of tlia Air Hn ur ot Music 

The Shadow r»f of China ' Nava. Dnired Church 

Th* Sbadov Bamboo Terraco United Church 

Dell- lire Mystartaa Bhoatlma Hutton * Haro 

Dot xUr* Mysteries Mountain Canarlaa Hut ton 1 * Hero 

Nick Carter Wcstingb •• Presents tfrv* Hutt-.m 

Ntck Carter Wriiingb'M Prntnla Hutton a Hera 

Souad Room Our Mi** Brooke Uuttan'a Hrrr 

Bo und Room Our MU* Brook* Ifutton * Haro 

Navi Top Tan Wrwi. Hatton 

Vote# of Chink Tup Ten Hutton e Hero 

World'* Orest Book Amo# o Ande Hut inn * Mere 

Qui» — Amo* n Andy Mutton * Uara 

Amerlran Mu*ic Hall Oklahoma Avmphonr Kdsar Beraon Family Theatre 

American MuaVa Hafl Oklklmm* Svtnphone Bdaar Bergen Family Theatre 

Amerlran Mii>l< Hal! Oklahoma Rvtnpboiy C O E Radio Btiov Enchontod l!*ur 

American Music Hail Oklahoma Bv m phone C QE Radio Bit ov Encbar.iad Hour . 

Nava Bins Atari of Tmrv Nave, Sam Rnaa 

Music Bit* Btars ot Tmrv Parliament HiU 

Bevicvlng Brand Toni Shoo Cavatcada ot Muate 

Rcrlavlna Stand Toni Bhov Cavalcade of Music 

Llttl* Symphonies Rrmmatta Doe* Bhov Nrw»- Dim You Oo I 1 mi 

Little Symphonies Reminrile Days Show Down You Oo J T IS 

Ddvn You Oo Ch-ut Chorea Church Service 1 M 

Povn You On Chrtlt Church Church Samoo I 1 at 

T vepty Questions Chrut Church 
Tventv Question# • Christ Church 
Enchanted Huur Chrut Church 

Enchanted Hour chrut Church Cath. 

Gie&n Hard* Neo» 

Amerirana Speak Op Lvuura LUtening 
Oid Faahiori u*vi*a Rememoar Wheo 
Hour Remember When 


JO JO Voice ol Prophecy 

1 0 «> V oice Of Pniohace 

11 M CTiqrrb Broodcaat 
II II Church Brnsilrael 
II >0 Church Broadcast 
II «• Church Broadcast 


Way of th# gptrll Reading for Fun Cbapai Hour Sunday Vespers 

Way of the Spirit Univ ersity Esptorer Chape) Hour Buna* r Vesper* 

Now* Bynapbanatu Tba Catholic Hour n n « Aru Quart) 

Cannsi Report Symwhonetta Th# Catholic Hour n n( Aru Quarts 

Relislou* Period N Y Philhsrmaala Amtr Forum of Air Christian Church 

Raligl oue Period Symphony A mtr Foru m of Air ChrUtlan Church 

N Y FMIharmor.lK N T Pbllbaraumlo Albuquerque Boy*' ChrUtlan in AcU 

Symphony hymphnny ON My Best ChrUtlan tn Aett 

NY Fhiiharmonlc H Y Philhannooio Boh Ccuutdiba Musage of Ura* 

Srmpliony Bywphu ne Oardrn Talka Mt**a*r of Isras 

N Y Philharmonic America Calling OI Jo* Revival Hnut * 

Symphony America Calling OI Jon Revival Huur 

Critically gpeattos Arthur Ondfrey Masters Gr.lf Ravlvai Hour 

Or ‘tie ally Speaking Arthur Oodfrey Nav* Revival Hour 

Piddle Jo#'* Tsrtu Oodfrey RouodtahU Mssien Oolf Vo-oo ol Proptuci 

Fiddle Joe’s Tim* Oodfrev Roundiahl# Tournament Vole* af Propbaci 

Jake and the Eld Hollywood Story Mind Your Manners Or a* leal Stare 

Jake sad th* Kid Hollywood Btarv Mind Your Manners Greatest Story 

Nrw*i Weather Thratr# of Stars Masters' Oolf a m. 

ON oa th# Record Theatre of Star* Meet lb* Vrvp htur Or ah am 

Bsmphany Orchestra Jimmy Wakely Shaw 0 8 Military Academy Herald of Truth 

Symphony Orch estra Jimm y Wafcelr Bhow Ann iversary Herald of Truth 

Symphony Orchestra Jack Banov ^ Me Son Jeep Church tn Mom# 

S rnphone Orchestra Jack Bennt Me San Jeep Church tn Ham* 

amber Music Amo* n Andy Th* Aldrtcb Family gnng* of Haallng 

Chamber Music A rons n A nde T>u Ald rich Family win** of Haollng 

Sunday Chorals Edgar Bergen The Traitor Within 

Sundav Chorale Ed ear Bergen The Traitor Within 

Little flymplibniea C£ S Newsroom Theatre OUlla 

Little Sy mphonies CBS Newsroom Theatre Otnld 

Bias* il Hallmark Playhouse Theatre Ouild 

Stai* 31 Hallmark Plavhnu* Thaatre CRitld 

Stage 61 Serenade in Blu* Youth Views *.h* Nov# Th# Adventurer 

Ruga M Muaie Man Youth Vlava Use Neva The Adventurer 

New*. Review RroadvsrsMy Beat Dragn« ” Fiaoo FlarbouM 

Hre-*v “"tsser Drnadvay's My Beat 
Dutintuished Artists The Whistlsr 
Div.ina ulahed ArtUte The Whistler 

New* Commentary Musical Comedy Time Our Mlaa Brooks 
Pr*0 Wsrina Show- AAmical Comedy Time nvir MUa Brooks 
Jewels of MelodT Musical CumefTy TTme Me Little Karri ■ 

JtveU of Melody Musical Com edy Tima My Little Marti* 

New* Chart D# Rtmanocay Edgar Be ram 

Tress ur* Chest Quarter Edgar Bergen 

Treasure Cheat Vesper Hour Jack Bennv 

Treasure CheAt Vvspe r Hour Jerk Den py 

New# Music CBC Newa Fiet-Star Reporter 

Parliament Htll Talks Sir A. Orlmble Weather 

Padres Hour Music by Mantovenl Stuart Craig 

Pa Ore a Hour; Sports Mualc by Wl antevani Concert Hall 


Marriage* In Memorlam Notievg 
Card* of Thanla aol esevedlag II line# 
• I M per insertion Barn additional Una 
lk dally 

TERMS OT PUBLICATION 


10*3 SFCTY -STENO INDUSTRIAL. MKIAL 
— - etc desire* position oo V I EsreWrn* 
ii i? »***reor«* Phoue Vancuuv*# PA »4*7 or 
}{ Baa tkl Vtrtarl* Pre^ 

II 41 , REHAB 14 WOMAN AS HOUSEKKEPER 
for aldoeer and •rim-invalid dauehter. 
tv i» Refarencea Bot aogl Vlcioria Prea* 


Can Mem Chapel 
Can Mem Chapal 
Can Mem Chapgl 


Th# Victoru Freaa Ltd anal) aol a# 
Battle for aun insertion of aor advartta 
at* nt beyond the amount oatd for sweb 
ag.erUaamaat. 

All claims of error (a puaiicatten shall 
bo mad* otuun 11 hour* liter rafter and 
If not so made shall not oa considered 
No sUIro will b* allowed for mor* mao 
os* incorrect Insertion nor for orrort 
not effecting in. value af tbs advertise 
BSent 

Ui in# event of aa error oecarua use 
liability of Th# Dally Columtt shall nut 
osceed tba charge for the spacy actually 
•ceupled by '-be iiero in <ju#*'.n«n 

Great Britato Clotuner Corouretion 
Lkil 1« Craven Sire#: London IVC 1 

~~Kepreseniauvaa Uoiteo States Cook 
lls Is Woodward lac 


J*®* S5 urcri ynsdekkl News Walla 

’ ii £l>u r ch Broadcast Booa>* ScnUsad 

IJ 10 Mesa Sport* Ronnie Ac.-'.aad 

Iff* 1 ClQy Lomb ardo Two for th* Show 

j Ml , Mantovenl Mows. Fomaita 

| Ji Maatovanl Canary Pvt Bhow 

I 10 Kesri l ns the Funnies fung Crosby 
1 1* Heading th* Punni** Bing Crosby 

l b* Cuckoo Clock House Maos Hit Pared* 

1 II Curkun Chirk Rouse Nation'* Hu Pared* 
1 M Church or the Air Ration a HR Farads 

1 « Churc h gf the AU NaUoa « Bit Parade 

LOS Doo Wright Chorus News Club Dan 


M e ALLIS TER — On April g !>3I. In Vie- 
trrls Richard VIcAlllater aged fg 
years of gl Maddork A**0U«. born 
In Stoie-un-Tiant. Enc . *ot3 a real- 
«*ot her# for gf war* He leave* to 
mourn hi# paaamg bis wife May one 
ii.psan Alnert South n( Vic tot. a, 
ihyey graralrhlMren nnt brother Wil- 
liam in Victoria a sitter In England, 
aim niece* and neptigw* 

Funeral •ervitv* on ‘ Monday after- 
orr-n April 1J *1 1 10 o'clock from 
McCall Bros P'oral Finer*! Chapel; 
R#v Canon Root whim official ig 
Inter giant in Royal Oak Burial park 


Will do typing in own home Reason*' le. 

inn 


YOUNG WOMAN flEQUJREA UAHY AIT- 
llng five night* a aeek from a o clock 
on steady O 33)3 


3 II Don Wrieht Chorus n.b Hag 
3,30 Our Mlaa Brook* - - ! 

3 4 1 Our Mias Brooks 

4 fig | Sews. Wayne King 
4 ii 1 Wayne King 
4 30 Ames □ Ancty 
4 30 Amo* d Andy 

a cmi Edgar Bergen 
1 13 I Edgar uyrg.o 
1 30 Can Oen dec trio 
3 46 Can Oen Electric 


Mr Mll.l. AN— In Victoria Et C . un April 
10 ]*&1 dma f ueenie MrMtllen of 

• 104* Crateoarrrwh Hoad » idow uf 
Charles W Mrkflllan bsiro In Ihgcreoll. 
Ontario and a retldeM of Calearv 
Alta Unco !*«* comma to Vtr.iorte In 
IgAJ Ah# leevet two daughiery. Miss 
It-.ith 31: Mlllen of Caltarv Mfs J ft 
Clinch of Monliral and Mrs F C 
Manning in Caicarv. two atvtasg, M#a- 
May Saunders m Vlc’oru and Mr* 
Lets Miirton nf La*un*. Calif 
Funeral service in Hayward* BC Fu- 
ns.al CltAbSl "h Monday April LJ. ol 
11 a m Rw ranott Oeore* Biddle offl- 
asine followed be cremation iHir flow- 
ers ov r.uuvaii. iCataarv All* . papera 
pleat? coot 


EXPERIENCED T I A C II if 11 WOl'I.D 
ewarh pupil* up to Grade a and b* aiad 
to leach new Canadians at hamg Uwili 

REFINED 1 ADY WOUI D LIKE HOVE*, 
keeping praittno to gentlepvvn R«mi *. 0 . 
Vutotla Prv»* 


Neva: Club 1340 
Club 1340 
Kiddle Kapa/a 
Kiddie Kaptrt 


Replies to private box 
pumbers may only oe ob 
tamed from Hie downtown 
office of Victoria Presa 
Ltd. at 1215 Broad Street. 


wanted PART-nwr nnr afttr- 

P44BV. conff.'lionerv and roll** bar in# 
per hour 133 MenrJe* 


6 mi Singing Stara 
4 13 1 clinging Stars 
g U Tyler Tourh 
0^43 Tiler Touch 

f Mi New#, Weather 
1 13 ] Ralph Faahity 
3 10 I Red Skelton 

7 43 1 R ad flk al'on 

*00 i Newt, Woather 
ail To B* Announced 
I 30 , Fashiao* sb Uuno 
I II ' Fashion* tn Muate 


BABY BITTINO AND DAYTIME CARE 
O 3708 

CHILD C Ml E IN MY HOME 4! J* PI Ft 

di) B 3777 


HIKTIIS 


Phil Harris 


VANCE In Victoria oe April *, UU 
Oanald Vatire seed 1* tears af 31*1 
Cadbi.ro Rer Road. VlcUirla 
Funeral svrvlcr* will br held In the 
Thorn -on Funeral Homs ori Monday, 
/SpTlI IJ at 10 a m Archdeacon A E 
d# L Nunn* nffirtatinc followed by 
imermant in llsiva Hay Csme'ery. 


G Brig** t»l» Ruby «<» Victoria. 
BC April 10. at hoyal Jubtlae Hue- 

S iial. a daughter. « lu* 14 i>*» . Laura 
larlsng. 


KEUABLK WOMAN WANTS LIGHT 
houir a urk Monday to Friday 1***9 


Neiherland* Monday lira 

Compwre plana Park# 

Svmphtmy Hour Chet Hunt lei 

Symphony Hoar Stewart Cra 

Symphony Hour This Wgiefc A 

Bvmphnov Hour the World 

J uice* of Northwest | 0tr a, News 
niceanf Northwest uilo Ryan 
Ri-hfiHd Kepotiay s r*i 

Story Teller Magte Hour 

Meet ' ri* Pre«a Magic Hour 

Meet th* Preta Mane Hour 


PRACTICAL NURSING NIGHT DUTY. 
B BBS* 


V og . Hour of Charm 
g 13 Hour of Charm 
OK Padre Hill* 

*43 Padre IIUU 


Neva. Crime Fishier# 
Crime Ptahtera 
Under Arrest 
Under Arrent 


PRACTICAL Ntras* WUMIES FRIVATS 
caa* mo institution . a *314 


( AK10S or THANKS 


WANTED - PART-TIME WORK, ID-4. 
Bna 114. Victoria Preai 


ftw wrwg^ W*alher* 

10 >3 1 Curinn* Jordan 
10 30 | Nova time 
III 46 Sports 


Old Fash loo Revival 
Hour 

World Iomorrow 
World Tomorrow 

Young Pvuola a 

Church 

Proudly Wt Rail 


k villi Culler; News 
Rock of Asm 
LU blhcuae #f BOD* 
UshthOUM of Hop* 


New* 

Cor inn# Jordan 
CIm# of Day 
Chapel Chime# 

Chicago Theatre 
Chicago Thtatr# 
Chicago Theatre 


Mar 1 <#k* Dtl* opportunity nf thark- 
ln« everyone ah., bar# •-< aindiy *#M #-j 
many be«ullfil plants, flower* and me*. 

•agev while I naw been eontlnad to al 
Joseph a H»s[fl '-*1 -luring ihrse pav: five 
wee*# underguvnc itpereUcn#: O V 

School Beard Q V Teacher* Astsvela. 
linn North Ward Pareot-Tearher A«- 

loeiailon veaehmg aiaff member* sf 

varliur# srhuoi* t.umero-j* friends par- 
allel *N1a and pupil* Y-u* »«-<5 wisV?e* have 
been deeplv apprvvUltil Grateful '.lianka 
, rB are rsivndad to Dr Ruasgli H Ruber* - 

tiai •«< Dr Th*a Mill**. Re* Dr W n 

Wt' ton. R«v Moir A Jr waters and wid* 

Rev Andeivnn — Ml** Viausrta X and 

Uumit food 


HOUBK-CLEA NINO — WILL DO ANY 
thing, widow, need* work 3 4736 


UNT- Born lo Mr and Mr# Rob«4t 
Huot. 134! EUln Road. Victoria, on 
April T. 1331. at Royal Jutillea Hospi- 
tal. a son. Roy Daniel. • lb* _____ 


11 OO New#. Theatre 


Newt. Sanctum 
Bnlnnec Sanctum 
Bp in her Sanctum 


Collector's Hem* 
Collector's Item# 
Collector ■ Item* 


To lie Announced 
To Be Announced 

New#re#] 


New# Magic Hour 

(Finds# Symphony Concert Bout 

Jemdar Byrnrhony Concert Hour 


Cm ctn Hall 
Cwneert Hall 
Concert Hall 


1116 MOM Theatrg 
IIM. MOM Theatra 


ENGAGEMENTS 


IB BI?S1NESS SERVICES 


n 46 I MOM Theatre 


Concert 


mean 


10 ANNOUNCEMENTS 


13a SALESMEN AND AGENTS 14 WANTED— FEMALE HELP 


M asoounoad U Mia* Gwen Ceo*rroe i 

*44 Cutmorant Sireel, lu Mr K— ■ 
Laur*an. MO# Argylv mrvrt. Regina, 
Savk Th» weddlnc 1* t« 

Friday April 14. at »t Matthia* 
Church, Vtcturl* 


Television for Sunday 


WANTED 


AN EASTERN FIRM REQUIRES SPEC! • ln 

ally valetman able to rover BC.. to sell i WOMAN TO MINE 
guaranteed sales promotion plan to all while mother works 
line# ol retail buainsaa. Cummivaloh#. 
payable with each sal*, thould run from 
seven tn ten thousand annually anl rnn- 
... . ... - - — -- .an phene 


vs:„" ■ 

JACK HKNSOM 

3113 Carey Koac u 3333 O J83U 

BULLDOZING AND CLEARING RC 
grading and back-filling The »' 
macbin* far every mb 

JOHN KIBRlNtlKfl JR 
IIOi O*. _ IK4. m 

BULLDOZING EXCAVATING SA 
titling. lagging and road outld 
Stanley Cteumorf UI4 Roc* wail **« 
Fhon* O 1723 


STATION RING -TV. SEATTLE. CHANNEL • 

■ 33 Nr# a 4 K [ Prlvaie Bcr.retsry 

9 60 Tv De Announced IN Cornea* Huur 

lo ns I You Ar# Tb»re f 00 i F:#d WetiM 

10 30 FroDiier* ol »*Uh g )6 Hlnk MrCun# 8»>a4 

11 M Lomp Unto My y* et 7 04 I Fbrd Ji.ea'r# 

11.36 This U th# Ufa T 34 What t U» Lin# 

13 66 ■ Zoo Farad# ■ 61 Mama 

13 30 i ON Roundup I 10 Mr. Peeper* 

t im KuklA vprao and Oilia « no Playitoua* 

116 Omnibit* 10 00 i New a 

l ea | Nam* • th# Ban># 10 ill i Teleaew* Dt#e#t 

3.30 Saw It Now 10 30 Arnirhalr Theaira 

4 04 i Trouble With Father 13 00 < Nishtcap Final 

STATION KTNTTY. TACOMA CHANNEL II 
3 06 ' Feature Film 1.00 i Toait of the Town 

IM I Osndv Carnival 6 00 I Flainclothesman 

• 00 1 rreo Waring • 36 Roeky King 

1*0 Alan Young— Tun# to Smtl* Jn on , The Web 

100 Ufe S**ln» at BO IQ in Late Show 

7.30 File# uf Jeffrey June* ISM Sign Off 


WHERE? 


stgnlly tiulld higher wt'h ret 
L. M Wood tJarden 4156. Room 4* 


KKFEH1ENCED CANVASSER REQUIRED 
immediately No selling Only eapen- 
enoad man uaad to high earning* and 
with proven re*«rd need apply Inter- 
riew# 6-11 mornings at IIM North Park 
Street 

14 WANTED— FEMaTlE HELP 


Can a Young Womon Find a 
Coreer Which Offers . . . 

Full Pay During Training 

30 Days Annual Holiday 
With Pay 

Travel, Adventure, 

Comradeship ^ wharf street 

Complete Mcdicol and 


WANTED — FIRST CLAIM BOOKKEEPER 
far sawmill In Nanalmu, poalitvely muai 
know how in handle book* tor tho m- 
pert lumber butlnaaa. steady work and 
advanreuiput to tba rign>. oarty Writ# 
your reply stating eaperieoru sod ref- 
erence# to F W Wilier i U Co. U.1 


COMING EVENTS 


IS WANTED— MALE HELP 


FIREPLACES BUILT AND 

Dental Core ffp *‘ rM l - r* 0 *nroe#d bri iUyer# B U»l. 

BUI '"NO ( ONTRACTORA 

INj. BUILDER AND CON- 
Hnrtip oulldlng repair* and re- 
Phone C) 1143 god Colquilg 
I Broad Street 


$400 Wordrobe 
ond 

A Variety of Interesting 
Occupations 
• including 

FIGHTER CONTROL 
ELECTRONICS 
CLERICAL: Administra- 

- tive 

Hospital 

Accounts 

IN THE R.C.A.F.! 


trtrtnr 
mnilelir 
■OT l 


MARB1AGES 


GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG 
women to learn interesting eru» well- 
paid work in mealern dry cleaning plant. 
Year-round. ful.-Ume work, wiih good 
eonmmrnrlng pay and rapid advanre- 
meot Apttly One-llnur Valet Dry Cleau- 
er*. 1730 Douglas Rt 


• p.ir Ttrketa |3 per geuple, Inrludlng anent poattlon with good oiicnriuiitlj 
relreshroent* aod door pi'sr* Chuck far advancement Cungn ial enviroutrrn 1 
Bardsley's urchestra with mediral beoeffta. Apply Siaudan 

annuaT" spring tya of st johVs rurp “ uf * Co 

Ladle*' Guild in the Bt Jahn'v Memnrtai W A NT ED- -SECOND CLASS SHIFT EN 
Pariah Hall. Balmural Huad »n Wednea- ginger for interior aawmill. turbine Die 
da* atlainoun. April 16. from 3.10 to ael and Corliss eniinrv Good accoenmo 
6pm nation* for aingi* man or small bouai 


FOLLOWING OUR 


PHILBROOK BIT 
3030 Douglas Street 


SPECIAL DINNER 

i of T’i* family of the »*•* Corporal Ar'huy wrvlght will be a ronrert Including tra- 

9B34 Vlemr Kiahilr wiah to a(pr*u tbetr dltlooal 8cqi'.i*h mualc ln attendants, 

The hmrtlvll thank# >a all thov# *bo gave Jame# Mackengir world rhamplon Hlgh- 

1 ii help and sympathy In ibalr rareni be- '•"«> danror. Phono S 1117. for r#*#y- 

irde# rvavemenl l**Uun. 

*• J 77- family Arthur *S£ 

Victor Kightly T“ h . »» **1 >t *** ' h /'l PfaflU and tuX by •1*11# Ter. 

l.v.p and'^V.IhF >B B»T.: pfUr ‘ * 

BAKER— At 8* Joseph'* Hospital on r#»v#m#Bt 
April 6 1931 Mr* Isabella Baker, aaril 
13 year# formerly of 615 Superior 
Siren. Vlrtorla 

Funeral arTaiigement* will be #n- 
liounred l*wr by ih* Thomvoo Funeral 

Rome. 


VARIETY WOOD PRODUCTS 


DISHWASHER 

INTERVIEWS FOR THE POSITION OF 
DiaitWABHER WILL UK HELD BE- 
TWEEN 13 AND 3 PM. AT PAUL'S 
DOMINION RESTAURANT MUST BE 
AMLE TO WORK DAYS OR NIOHTB 
STEADY EMPLOYMENT 


KITCHEN CABINETS 
COUNTERS 

STORE AND RESTAURANT 
FIXTURES 


OLD-TIME DANCY 
Wednesday. I JP-ll )0 
Homtvteadars' Orchestra — I 
VICTORIA BALLROOM 


DEATHS 


btenoorapheh n k q u i r k D Fon 

large evunmerclal firm Must he e«- 
perlenrml *n general nfflre work and 
able to tab* dlilatnio, Eacellenl work- 
ing rnndltlen*. permanent pniltlun and 
nppurlunlly lor advancement Fhnnt 
Mr Bamtord. H 4361 


SPRING IB HERE 

Rave your old lur coat smartly re-ltyitd 
lor Caster 

A. | VICTORIA FURS 

w Ell Fon Street ■■!!] 

nr#. — 

FUR REPAIR SERVICE 
Fur #b*ia repaired -aairad anarUea 

capes rrlined cleaned elaaed Free ##u 
and mate* Moderata char**# Call, deliver 
Paul 361 Beach Drive B UtO 


EASTER TEA - UNDER AUSPICES OF 
81 Barnabas' Church’ Guild. Monday, 
April 11. Douglas Hoorn, H II C. Pr.c*. 


1(1! OAK BAY AVENUE 
13 Even. ..as E 6461 


SIROCCO BALLROOM 
Spare avallael# for etob roe* line* ban 
duels wrddtnga. pirma conretu 
dance# ReaannaDla rates B #331 


WANTED EXPERIENCED SILK YfN 
Ivher. Must m anl# tn do all rypea o 
silk finishing Tbi* tv a good upimr 
tun It y tor a permanent piivltlnn al tp| 
salary Apply In prrvin to Indlvldua 
Dry Cleaners 1.136 Fnrt. . 


CULLUM- Is Victoria. BC nn Satur- 
day, April II 1633. Mis* Marsaiet A 
Cull urn daughter ot the |6U Mr and 
Mr* Mlrhaei Culium of Condi* Sav- 
kaicheaan 'vont In Ontario on August 
3t. lit*, roaviag id Rsglna. Nurtbwasl 
Terrnori#*. In *h* aarly '66* Sul* 
wived ny a brulhvr. CTiariea t Culium 
of Regina and her siaier. Minnie tl 
Nsvnlll nf Vuioda. B C , also »!##»* 
and nephews 

Funeral tervirs* will b# held al I h* 
Rand* Mar'uary Uoillail M«mot;al 
Chapel nf CYiiniet" en Tuesday. April |* 
»*4I at I 36 pm. canon 0#org* Biddle 
offlclailht CremaUnn st the Hoy*. Oak 
Crem*i«mm 

Renin* pa;-er* pleas* rap* | 


For rr-mnlei# Infnrmatinn consult your 
Career Counsellor ai Ih*. 

RCA.F RECRUITING UNIT. 
1316 Govarnuiaeu St, 

Victoria. BC 
E 1334 or K M34 
CANADIAN LEGION. 

Nanaimo. B C 
CANADIAN LErtJoN. 

Fori A.brrol B C 


| CARPENTER* 

! A SETTER JOB 6 BETTER FR1CB 

(or ivpalre af say kind, eddluana) 
rooma crlMitng. (ana#* raataei work, 
I house framing labor contracts Phots* 
Ron and Bov S 1*64. C 42*1 Fra# 

' **' Imale* 

FROM rilE DOO HODS* TO WHERE 
1 the "in Man utuallv stays w# coo ra- 
| build both to salt the tamllFa ivreda 
Fh JO# o 1BJ ot O II II 


AM OLD- n ME DANCE 
Saturdays. Victoria Ballroom 
Oovarnmaot S t r o a 4 (iamaa 
Orchestra * >6 *0 ceota 


BKDDtNO PLANT* 


7 IUNKR4L l)IKK( TOILS 


STYNO RECEPTION 18T8 WITH ABU - 
It* lo meet public and maintaio rharee 
of aervic* department fnr piumbtn* *"d 
heating cntUtaclli.g business Stale »*- 
perirnre and starling wait Apply Bui 
369*. Victoria Prr- 


SANDS MORTUARY LTD. 

QflADRA AT NORTH FAftK 

"The Memorial Chopel 
of Chimes" 

EMPIRE 751 I 


INTELl.IorNT YOUNO LADY FOR 
Jewelry store Fipcnenr* uaB'tfMn 
Chance tor advamement my# ae# and 
full parti' ularr tn Boa *»T, Viiinna 
Fret* 

StNOLE JUNIOR CLERK STENOtiMA- 
pher Ej . ei.etil wartmg rundUlanv 
F.ve-day week Good starting salary 
Please apply own handwriting Bo* 
itici. Virions P»w 


Wanted 
Immediately 

Experienced cashier for 
full-time employment. 

Good starting salary, 
excellent working condi- 
tions. voluable staff 
benefits. Age up to 35 
. years. 

POSITION AVAILABLE AT FAULB 

DOMINION RESTAURANT Til TATIS Ple*» call at mncnnil offlca 4th Ilaor 
INTERVIEWS ItETWEEN II AND I PM 
PERMANENT EMFtOYMENT 


SQUARE DEAL CONSTRUCTION 
Carpentry si-.eratlon* repaira. fencing, 
addition* an* repair around tn# hnm# 
Nothing to# small I 43*6 


McCALL eROS 

“Th# Flarai Funeral C1iao#1“ 
New Hn all wr Bnarlnus Chap#! 
flraultful In Auo«»ln'me*«» 
1*6" VANCOUVER STB EFI d 


FLM4AOAN-IB Yk'arla. BC on Tum- 
day April 1- 1991. Mrs Einaos'-h 
Flanagan *a»<1 ’1 »#•?• Horn in 

Ontario anil a r#s dent of Vlemna to' 
III# pan ll year*, l*«e residence 10J3 
Belmunt Avenue Survived bt eight 
daughters. Pearl ol Calgary, Alb#na i 
Olive of Caasll* Alirvrta. Clara and 
Hare! af A Mia* Ra.g . fhai of M*U- 
slon*. Bask .Jean of Victoru. Ruby »f 
Courtgnay BC, and Mildred of CY' 1 '- 
rlck, Saak: it grandehlldrYB; one 

grrai-graodaon and her sister. Mu 
C Ouestford of Vlr'oru 
Fungi *1 servlcaa will o* hsld in ih* 

t rolled ChUT'h at Abbey B**ka—hrw»n 
n — rmant In 'ha Abbev Omalery Ar- 
ranaemanu »uh Ih* Sand* Mortuary 
Limited, dlrgclnr* ol funeral astvlee 


ALL HOUSE REPAIRS ALTERATIONS. 

suiters, fencing ties'* Phans Mllea 
Anwyll — O i«ll 


COUNTER SALESMAN WITH AT LEAST 
some hardware eaprrlrnre Oood work- 
ing condition and oppurtisnity for ad- 
vaorement Baa lit, Vii'tnrU Pres* 

WANTED - HOTEL DESK ~C L IKK 
Write giving age. evnartenea. plum* 
numb#r. Rafertucgs required. Bot IU 
Victoria Prea* * 

WANTED — TOUNC1~BOY" T B- 17. TO 
apprenuce tn dental lab Apply Monday 
April II from II. I. 461 Bank ot Tor- 
onto Building 


'CARPENTER WORK BUILD OR RE- 
, pair aotihtng; auarariosa linuhiog 
* «k Pbr.na Caio 3»P-»L_ 

at Your service rot-bcroizj 

repairs, atorm damage window*, eta. 
Non# low small Tom and lari t <173. 


FULL OR PART-TIME POSITION Avail- 
able tar Intelligent penan with Povk- 
4 "ping and credit applica’ivn e*pen- 
ence far retail ladles' wear store. Boi 
163. Victoria Press. 


CALL THE BOUSk DOCTOR ROMS 
end bu ilding repaira Walla B T96# 

C ATEMINQ 

CATERING AT MODERATB PRICER. 
Wadding* leas coctiali parties anl *hnW> 
*r* a a par laity phone B Ull or 8 41*7 

CATERING ~ *TO RECEPTIOKB OR 

nlher oartlea Mrg Steers O 1*44 

ORBan 

» a day — - _ — 

We buy TRADE YOUR OLD M AfTTTN* FOR A 
vrcr.aiioti ' IJstf# BeMnrd' cooryeia-marlar-p asler 
Wiser Kbelhourn* Equip Co It 3314. 

- B 63*6 ~ FOR CEMENT WORK OF AIX 
TK1>— kipoa. drain Ula Game Oaaero 

DRIVEWAYS - WALKS WALLB~KTC| 

sAMsfsritnn tuataniead. l> 1413 

QUALT- 1 CEMENT Ml KBits' FOR RENT 
en. e in- 64 M per day delivered, M 3314 


CHAPLIN'S 
FUNERAL CHAPEL 

Form#rlt “Ourtn# V 

*qil QUADRA STREET FBOMB O Mil 


Hudson's Bay Company 


TAXI DRIVER WITH CLASS B LI- wares VO rtchl part* Flvaa# giro refer- 
cvnve N»»t appearance and good pat- #iu»n **• rspevlrnc# phone Boa 30*3 
aonamv Apply Vancouver Island C«*rh Vlclurla Prea* 

GENERAL INSURANCE OFFICE HE 

YOUNG LAD TO LIARN OPTICAL qmrev lyplal wllh anawled-r tit ui ur 
work klust be Orade IU wtih ambicton sore for two nr three n,«m emtil"v- 
Reply lo Mu* 133 Victoria Pr*»* o-ent Appl* Hagar A Bwaync Ltd On 

WANTED- EZPtniitrm irwa-r r«r>T. ‘• r *' Buli«lnt 


ENJOY 2 INCOMES 


BLETCHER— Al Ih* Vateian*' Haspi'al 
un April • 1*11 noewrl I let her .i! 

3313 Fumels r ni|* Saanleb aged 4». 
botn l« Livwrogpl. ■•'■ and • resident 
Of Vti t« tl* lor f>»» yrarv Hr leases 
hi* widow Ague* Pte< her at hum- 
iw.i tony ILuneii Jr. In Yidcria aid 
Arthur In Winnipeg Man one slsl't 
Mr* M- Huiehlnvon end ene brother 
Lee pttU'har Isoth Ih Winnipeg pud 
alstars and hrolhftt in ?iig\*i>J Jl» 
was a member Ol A f and AM. of 
Winnipeg Man 

FU/tryal from Hayward* B C, T'liverat 
Chapai *n liituSay. April ll ai I if 
nn i , Rev, W E Grevnhalgh afllnatlng 
in'erment In Veteran* Cemetery. 


HAYWAPD'S 

S C Funeral Cs Lid. 
ESTABLISHED <#al 

D4 nnowunTON etrett 


IOKT - POOH MONTI) -OLD BLACK 
ll'iliiein calf Itiimsldc and Fraspe.i 
l ab* Road. B >134 

t.OKT RHOWN WAL1XT JUBILEE HOS- 
Pllal. Tolmir bus ur Cnak fareet vicinity 
Ur**iit|y required » 3663 

LOST-MAN'S INDIAN SWEAT CR BE- 
terrn Quallcum and Vlrturia Reward 
O 1660 


fWEETHCABT FLO Him 

Day B 3331 Nlgnt. S 1444 

CALL AIRI ON 3S6-FRERR FT.OWtHg 
flarai drsians jennio#* 110) Ruby Kuan 

SWEETHEART FUJR1STS 
Day B 1331 Night. B 1*M 

WOODWARD 9 FLOR1BTK •!*" FORT 
■ treat G MIA. 


MAN WITH LATE MODEL r»R AND 
Ciaaa B lle'nae. in g» In tael huainev* 
Apply 114 Humboldt SI 


h 00 down, il 06 * srrt Rose a, Jawal- LOST — BLACK PARKER II FEN 
era. 1311 Douglas Street downtown or Oorge Road B «»11 

NEW SPEEDT CLOCK" AND WATCH LOflT-GOl.D WRIST WATCH. LAKOB 
repair servtre as Th# Clock Shoo <031 l |n * bracelet n 61«o 
Furl E *381 

opcn kveningrT PERFECT FET 
oenta - lor Particular paopia I 
Oe auty Rbap B 6331. 

PRULDINX BEAUTT I SHOPPE' 

164 9'oiiari Building 
14* Y*:e* Hirer: 0 


IJROENTLT REQUIRED KEt.l ABLE 

WANTED MAN TO DRIVE Tasi nav i'!* 01 *otvoa It live 16 and car* for 

•hilt Freferahly br’ween 40-M years of ’."J 1 * 

Oga Appiy 1TT4 Fori HI real. , r ‘** * nocn *n o * 8,0 ' 

wanted hRgrvgyrern pnw i m 8TKNO- RECEPTIONIST — TELEPHONE. 

Hill Lawn Bowling CMb Part I'm* £b ' ‘rotmore^od* ^lllD^IO^Trei 

Aop. v A L Urr r MrrM.„ . 9366^ < SUSSEX* «SSWiW 

cfrlT^ A^?in 0 . r ’n^, X .T.. l ! r ? : '. P WANTED - EXPERIENCED WAfTRjm* 

ariTaon aroief f r, * r P* - lu + R,th ' t'.esdy eropliivroeut Good wvrklng <»n- 

artlson Ktrret _ SHI«BS and Pay. Pleat# apply -*• per- 

OAK TRr»» ON PITY LOT UNOR- MR *f* T I PEI lo 163 fl J i 

Local mao .#r 36 lo 36 BiiliT - Wh *‘ r ATARI t ' WOMAN WANTED TO DO 

red Slate m own hand- 1 *» n n » ^ nr . wo dare It 

background Inter-v'a. TWO MEN FOR TWO EVENINGS WORK , f* •" ‘' n,|, • ,0 - V ‘«’ 

esperttnee « llh public P»r week. Coiqult* )>6M BE03I PrM « 

ra'^AooillaT XTZ MATY TO BUILD RtXTC TKACIISR W AN TED TO TKAfM MATHE- 

' WAUR PHONE BtlTI maMrg speuing and loglish, aevgral 


01014 In VMlprla otl April 9, t*'l 
Kaiharin# leoSel Oillia of U*3 North 
Park q'fget, aged 44 vaar*. born in 
Nova Rcoti*. and a resident here 74 
years. She U survived by- bar hus- 
band Alexander, al Ih* roalden" «n» 
rtaueh'e* Mrs Ann* Clark, of Vtrtavi* 
Ian line Bernard A of Vtcrnri* 
and Jann r GUh* ai Wenaielier. 
W'awh iwo grandehildren al-n a » • " 
lo Dnv'nn Maw The !*'• 'Its iji'IIi 
was a member pf the CbtfiotK Women I 
Leaau* 

Prayer# will *>• offered oo Aundat 
Right at I p m M MrCail Rro* F<i»il 
Funeral Chapel Ware bill 6* g*l#%«gM 

nn Mnndav merblng al I in S' An.ir»« • 
Caihedrai Intermai’t Ih Royal Cist 
Burial Park. 


PETER'S CHIMNEY SWEEP CALL 
B«34J 


Brown's Victoria Nursenet 

Funeral Designs Fresn Cut Flower* 

WE OHOW OUR FLOWERS 
<!■ Vivw street O MI3 - O 3631 


13 W ANTED — MALE HELP 


WELL- TRAVELED REFINED 
• " ivlqtned io mewttng public 
•ole to upeiau mate! or sum 
Would consider percentage 
7B* Vlcioria Preta 


tVREATIIR SPRAYS CORRAOEH ETC 

LOU ROY FLORISTS 

361* Douglas Street O 6336 


i IS a : 
'ctnria 


J MONUMENTAL WORKS 


To a salat manager in orde: department 
Esprrieme uncifresaary. but mu* 0a 
nest appearing able re renters* intelli- 
gently and satisfied with 466 M per 
week or mere based on ability. Rapid 
abvancemant to tnnvs arceptad See 
Pwsnnnai Manasrr Dtrtrlnian Hat el, be- 
tween 6 16 oad 113# am 


ENJOY 2 INCOMES 


WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESS 
’.up a*r*s Apply us person Lthrr.y Cat*. 
#63 


JIM FAINS FORM ERL T OF EAflll * 
lovnsaod will 6* an ewvr add lap* 
remant work Ui* drama ditrhea i nm 
etc No hk Ms small 01864 


Growing miniature Ming <r#*v 
wlndow«i:i and a few minutes 
• III shub *tna*ing reaulU W* 
you gro* For rompi*t« lnf» 

A LARGE LOCAL FIRM HAS AN OPEN- Brt * >»«• VlCUria Fraaa 

In* in Their arveunling deparimsut lor 

kern gmbt" — -- - ■* “ — " ' 

iipcurl unity 
ifi* oustnesi 


Ssepbroaun Limited 
rewt O 4131 


titf run night o 7411 

8TEWART MONUMENTAL - W O R K 8 
Lid 1441 Mat "i G 3463 Curt. Inga and 
marrera a apaeiaiiy Night ohuna I #1IE 
S I1U 

" YICTONIA MONUMENT LIMITED 
Memorials nf Dtnjortion 
96*1 DOOULAS ST H EAOOM 4*14 


That rvtra help fbf ywor eorin* 'Irantnr 
Ravemants yards at Ur a at* Ea-Army 
Ertiia Under at* fa* Anytime 

A NAY> VET WfTN TRUCK WILL CALL 
and claao no bark rare* baaemapta us 
boul award a SwoUa O I486 after 6 

Cl KAN UF YARDS AND - RARBMrYTS 
with IfU'k XJU3. Subila r rpytlrwe 
Free et'lmatea 


Funeral seivNea will he held la the 
Chapel bf Canter and Hanna lid-, fu- 
neral dlrfdtora. Vaneourar B C o« 
Monday. April 13 l»') at I o rlock. 

Jnrerntent In iha Maqnuln View Came- 
*er? Arrenganvanta with Rands Mortuary 
Limited dirretara af funeral agawlew. 


WANTED - SINGLE OR 
woman u» work id grncar 
Marlenld Market Colquitt 


LADIES! 

"Contour" -styled Kaircuttlng »«' 
(all Koir lengths) Fifty years **'* 
a hairdresser, m?' 

! me* 

FIRTH OE FORT 4imi 

CARTLE ROUSE .01 FORT STRETT. 
tlo appoin' mapta, •-* daUs and 

Saturdays ?** 


13b IIKI.P WAVTKI3— MAI.K 
or FKMAI.K 


FLAJfTERING. STUCCO WOd kR AND 
repairs Rumaor.abl* rrre N UmUi A. 
* * C A r»g.^w;n f uoo vt O KM 

A 1 DRAIN AND SEPTIC TANK WORK. 
Building repair* Guaranteed war*. 
0 910# 


rXFBRIKNCTD ONLY RALES 
for ladie* redy ta wear shop 
B~r tJV Vlr'otia Preva 


GRADUATE PHARMACIST 

B C. Civil Service — Medicol 
Services Division, Social 
Welfare Branch, Vancou- 
ver. 

Salary IW4 INI monthly Musi bw U- 

eenaad to pyanic* la BC Fnr apvli r a- 
i mo farms and InffTmeUnm apply ■ C FremRaenL live Ui 
Civil flay* lea Cwvamiaalon. <A .t*a» Build- 

in*. Vlrturia. IMMEDIATELY. WOMAN UND1B M 


Index to Colonist Wont Ad Headings 


BAARMBJVTS YARPA r LEA NED ODD 
Jots* trucking aarwlea. Ugh- dellvtfy. 
V*»» Q VAU 

CALL MAC— CLEAN UP TaRDR BASK- 
menta Vmiwywrda aeawrai Oaullna t*» 
Nth — l 0* 8*6 

OIRDINI R-NANDTMAN EXPER- 
lanted A Y Wilght. 331 Rwnilngdaa 
thara Vlrtorla -Phuoa B 346* avenhig* 


FAKS. LIGHT- HOUSEKEEPING ROOM 
la lady tar four aoura work par weak 
B IBM afler 1. 


Clavaiftaaiioo 

Nr 

Plata and apartment* 
ta Hunt Furnished 46 
Plata sad Apartment# 
k Wanted PurpMhed 41 


Classifies turn 


Faraqnal 


P* 'tonal Loam 
Fata and Ltroawvk 
Frolaulunnl Serviraa 
Property lot Asia 
-P#n» Ranted _ 
Room anti Owaid — 
Room and Bvmtd 

Warned 

Room i to Rank 

Furnished 


BOAT OPTRA TOR 

Raliablg mat with thorough khowiaagv 
BC aaaaial waiara to operate 98-fo«i 
piawaura ba*i threw summer month*. Ar- 
Uva retired man with pr<sp*> qualU'.ra- 
Uan# rou nd« red Oood remunerauoo 
Ful. parurniara Bo* IP4, Vlrturia Frew. 

JUNIOR ACCOUNTANT. AOt 34- >6 »*- 
aulrad by waij-«aieblubad tumor firm. 
Ooad pe-aonalitr ood awil’ | to m-ei 
fuhU« nacaaaarv FiaaM reply la awn 
Treed* ruing yttiing age. espwricp;#. 

mnntal atama ood when gvatiabia to 
R«re 111 Yicvgria Fleas - 


SKILLFUL NAIRCUTTWO SERVICE 
Men • gnd Ladle* 

FIRTH OF FORT 

CASTLE MOURE. *36 FORT STKEXT 
1-6 Deity and Saturday! 


13« SALESMEN AND AGENTS 

WANTED 


A GOOD CEMENT JOB AT 
REASONABLE PRICES 

Flours wau*. as dew a Iks M«o* at# Sop- 
Ha renaa Ml* die* as aawara Htakaftad. 
Aepa-r* at any >ypa Faaa* pnnno p*6- 
•cct Coiqu'is |g*R ae B4I3I *»anir.*g 
tar fraw area 

GRAHAM & SMITH 

— IPAT» (BOO 


COOK-MOtrSffKEEPKR FOR KMJtRI.T 
gnu pi a ->ak B» • nna wh<- ran Srtaa a 
ear preferred Flion# G I3P1 


SAIWNMAN WANTED NY NATIONAL 
firm far Vancouver Island and northern PART -TIME OIRl 
B C calllna an gr»**re Phtdeval* and •Bn? OuiAra 
retail, wiwdlcnl prwfeaslon he*. . Hal fte *•* <"l#»f.eO 
M*rt baa* ton cpr U"-r*l rar allow rn 

•ncr Requir'd tl Vt* in Vlctuvla In 1 i 

reply v at« aga etrertrnt* refetenre* 

and education Waoiy ihu latar 'pan WANTED IMM 
Apru n re s** ni_ Yicrorm Frw*. * *#(■' rond wngw* 

RICH ORRrkNTUWITT FOR BALBRMEN w ANTED NEAT I 
9M mnde-tw-mabanrw Bv*i«*-«v ah I rro „„ Ten-O-Twn f 

dllart kb wearer Base I* anew $16 dally | ■ - - 

Wole Btetaofi Shirt Cwmpany. FaaSni COOR-ROOREKBB3 
Baa lion O, Mositrrai.. niran in B 4366. 


_ ii W •) advise *ou on reppiting. ro- 
ll seisins Of r»-de*igni»f root jawutry 
Halo 14 

'is »i tl COMING EVENTS 


. rrad a. E w» my uw FARMER CONSTRUCTION 

rSARDCWEN RBQUTRBB WORK ORE FfOSI UP A IB DEP ARTMEWT-O 6611 
doy a weak OSP66 m*hf. HOODUTW SEBYICB 


Church 

Service 

1 aoa 

Church 

Service 

116 

Trua or Pair* 

I R 10 

Trua or 

Fa lea 

1 • 46 


Newa 

| 13 60 

Kc (1 n« he* 

| 13 il 

Ker, Hughes 

13 10 

Bill CJtxx! Sooru 

1 13 46 




J» ms IN FAS SERVICES 


Complete Radio Proqrams for Monday 


Bstlu (Colonist, victim. l.C 27 




A.QNE 1 


ACS P I.UMBiNO h KEATING 


XoiTtlFli ffii Eiiiiila 
Harry Amlin — Sou Muir 

B *I4» • B 14U 

PAUuVb PLUMBING * HEA 77NG RE- 
Pair*. nmoJrl.u* l)J] Go* l Bt O l««S 


Power and 8 *du# tan* nerve* Modern 
tt’ium O'o'ncKt H*i&av*» e->n’.«r,i* 
tatiiiarliy fro® er*iyii**» a. 44 *. c l*.« 
a; am unat > 


K» BI II.DING SUPPLIES 


Ni*i Bporta N(d 8 * *d n Shop 

Oa*e Hi!) show H ; Good Dan Va.ia 

Oa** Hill Show Rraaalait Club Orann laiam 

ftovtng Reporter Laura Limited Roannarj 

N*»* Ou» Lombardo BBC l>i«i Mruo* Warron 

Birtnday Party Aunt Luo Aunt Jenny 

H'>u»*» ir» Mo. May Unmint Conrart Heltti TTant 

H<W— if* Holiday Morn ins Cootari Out Oal Sun day 

N*w». Lor a » Lady Uarcin* Vim Road of Lit* 

Loom Lady The Happy Dana M* Perkin* 

Lucky Lady Th* Happy Gang Dr Malona 

Lurky Lady Munlral KlUhrn Guiding Light 

Hr** D*ritt Dropi In Kindergarten of Air Brcond Mia Burtao 
M,n and Hu Muiie Perry M non 
Man and Hit Muiie Nora Draco 
Man and HU Muaia B righter Day 

Man and'T^!*" Tfuala New* 

N#a». H>o*<aM € r £ 1 ' Bdily 
farm Bruadcaat CBS Koua* Parry 
Mai Weather Naw* C * E Hou* Party 


Hr»«. Witibir 
Brraklaat K’»caa 

Garden Ouid* 

Vic Lino la Hr 


Braaafaat Club 
Break (*.1 Club 
Braakfaal (lub 
Briar fact Club 

Hava 

Ann B<»rnna 

Break th* Bank 
Break th* Bank 


Cacti Brava 


Time a nines 
Billy Bravo* 
Silly Blown# 


PAINT-UP 


RELIABLE PLUMBING CO 

“A OOQD PIUUDIHO SERVICE” 
Oardeo 1*41 — Dar or eight 


• 0? Neva. Fifty a Pay 
I -4 ■ Mueic by Martin 
•J® Kata MIC an 

• 44 Club D iary 

iooo Nev* txi-ror-Oc* 
10 f» ' 8.* -for -On* 

111 30 Bin* sink* 


Breat/ail GUI 
Baukhaa* 

Unity 

Ladle*' Journal 


Billy Brown* 

BUI* Brown* 

Kal* Altkan 
Walle r Bchm ahn 

B,it> Hopa Shnw 
Merry -Go-Round 
Merry -Oo-Ruund 
Merry-Go-Ro und 

Mao to th* lloua* 
Man tn 1 hr llouia 

Merry-Oo-Rnund 


Nawr 

Kalhrrina Wlaa 
Mdraaryt Melhy 
Ruth and Dick 


Nava and Gaaino 

Cat-no 

OMiaa 

B*rrr mid Belly 

Newt Bob Whit*" 
Boo Whit* 

Bob Whit* 

Bob Whit# 


Rf DSPHCADfl DRAPES MADS QUICK 
ae’viea llratonanie O till 


SPRING! 

GIVE YOUR HOME A 
NEW LEASE ON LIFE 


RADIO MrtlU 

PFARCE AND tTXINSOV 
Ouaranieed a rrvtf# and repair# 
in all mate* of liadio and T V 


IMAKINo ALTERATIONS, REA 


Jack Berth 


The Phrate That Payt Ch*t Huntiey TeUn-Tett 

Stria* It Rirh My Tula Siory An«wn Man 

Strike It Rich My True Siory Gold M ina • 

Doubl* or Nothin! W'ltparina 'strecia tadiea Pair 

Double 11 r Nothin! When a Girl Warrtao Ladiet fair 

Everyday Dick Hayatet Queen for Day 

Ha ll qf Muctcal P am* Quawn for Day 

Newt Nrwa 

Bill Mnthltr t'*dr!r Poatar 

Iw»e Like a Her Harper 

MHltonair* Luncheon With Lope* Newt 


» LOOSING ANB el on* 


MAUIAB 

m * m PLooTt^aunp acTnTi CO - 

Plnnr laying. vanning and fintahing 
Deptridablt experienced wort men Fre* 
rritUBHi* ei'lmelet Phonat O ardao 


AUTO RADIO SERVICE O Mil . 
Auto Radio 71! Pandora At«oua 


Neat Keynote* 


Not* by Not# 

Caaino 

Catlnu 


Raceawat 
Perry Maine 


FOR THE OUTSIDE 


• XPERT RADIO REPAIRS MEMBERS 
N R 1 Aarontoo 1 RJ iohnaoo O «7 33 


Merry -Oo Hound 


Ouiding Luht 


ALL TYPES OP 


FLOORS EXPERTLY 
and politned o» ma- 
aui apec.a » Gregg* 
O ard«n 5023 


13 no Newt: Weather 
IS IS Mid-day Matm*« 
13 80 Newt: tt|«»U 
13 49 Out Lomtiatdo 


Life Beautiful 

Newt 

Prppei I mini 
Rial 1 1 of Uappineaa 


Newt -Hit Parade 
Youf Hit Ptrtd* 

Your Hit Pared* 


Ij is Sherwin-Williams 
ti«i House Point 


N*wt 

Ken Huano* Show 
Newt Ken Muahea 
Ken Much** Show 


•leaned. 


ROOFING INRI.'LATION SIDING OUT- 
tart a ad Styrotll* 


Your Hit Partd* 


colir 


*4r*«*w 


I* lion# 8 1111 1 


1 w i dd .V. Ann flterltoa 


El Farey Show 
Ed Parav Show 


Lucky U' Ranrh Doubt# or Nr. ihraa 

Lucky "U" Ranch Doubt# or Nothin* 


R HOAOLEY - FLOOR SANDING AND 
f inutile# Ouaraniead Eatiinale* k 79#l DURCID uH JGHNS-M ANYILLE HOOPS 

— - — - Intuition Biding* and Kavratrotigti* 

WESTERN FLOOR CO I *#IS R S71I PARKER JOHNSTON LTD 

Cooioleta floor aarvtc* n Kln|*y J# 1314 Br-.ad B 0311 Ere*. I INI B *008 


Woman In M * Huuto B*uid wagon 

Juat Plain Bill Bandwaaon 

Pront-Pak* Parrall Bandwacon 

Cxj-eiitm Jo net Bandwagon 


CPnean Knur ' 

Naw* Lon and round Stay UtlenttiV 
Ea Party Show Eatr Lo Minna 

Ed Party Show E*j* LUf*«int 

Charlet AnUll ^Ulenink 

New* Shoo Swap 
Slum and Swap 

Club 1340 
Club 1340 


FOR THE INSIDE 


J00 Newt Peaty Brook* 

3 IS Club Diary 
3 34 By Requett 
3.49 I By Rnilrtl 

tOO New*. Bv Hequeil 
1 19 By Requatl 
ISO Cat > no 
1 49 ' Oatinn 


Red Whila Blue 
Red Whit*. Blu* 
Helm Trent 
Our 0*1 Sunday 


6 ew« 

utlc tin Recmd* 
Ba>eb*ll 
Bateball 


Tat* II E«ty 
Tat - It Kaay 
Take It Easy 


"Kem-Glo" 

THE MIRACIJ: l.USTRE ENAMEL 
_POR KITCHENS BATHROOMS AND 
risorr woodwork that looks 

AND WASHES LIKE BAKED 
ENAMEL' 

9 1 OS PER *«-PT 
I 1 IS PtK QT 
• 10 34 PER GALLON. 


n brace a 

PURNACEB INSTALLED AND RE- 
Otired W* **p ace part* Li ail fur- 
nace* Moot roatonani* rat** J1 year* 
otperianc* S J Cole* h Bona. R 13B3 
or e«enlnat E 1 .48 


DimOTD JOHNS -U AN V1LLK BARRETT 
Brock Ruoertttio 

HOP Oouilaa Day E R4t NlaDk B *4*3 


W«. cum# Traveler 


Neat Tinea Son* 


Taka It Eaiy 
Tte# ft tiaty 
Throuch tit* Year* 
Through th# Year* 


Music Arthur Godfrey Welcome Traveler 

Canada Matin*# Arthur Oodfr*? Dr Paul 

Canada Matin t o Matter Da** darroway 

Can*d* Manner Jimmie W'akeiy Show Mary Poaier 

Matlne Wary 8hnw Jimmie Wakely Show | tuad of Uf* - 

The Pobble Irum Pluto Huutrwivet Inc Parortf* Record# 

Newt , Weather Huu tewiyft I nc PavoriU Record* 

Kaanirt* ' Edward R Murrow Noie^ by Mau 

Raofnde Clifford and Clark m~' 1 

No* I Aik You Cltffnrd and Clark 

Now 1 Aak You Neat 

Lua Radio Thratr* Ltu Radio Theatre 

Lu* Radio n.rairo l-'J* Radio Theatre 

Lull Radto-Ttmatew- Lu« Radio Thet'ra 

Lu* Radio The atre LuaJtadJoJTheair# 

CMC Newt Dob Hawk Show 

C B C Newt Hiu.ndup Bob Hawk Show 
P*-Jfic P tiTijfr.rte enmmund Tficalr# 

Panfir P'auofori* Command Tlieatre 


Will Reeder 

Catllio 

Catino 


Haaeball 

Bateball 

Bateball 


Bandwavnn 

Bandwagiin 

Bandaaann 

Bandwaaun 

Ratidwatun 

Bamlwatnn 

Bandwaaon 

Piin Pactory 
Virail Ptnkley 
Chat HunUey 
Mfrtitdwi 


SAWS SHARPENED AND REPAIRED - 
(HA BECKER SAW SHOP 
•U COW MQBANT STREET O !743 

REEDS SAW REPAIRS ~ 
lot) View and 1130 Cook Sir**ta. E 1334 


« 00 1 Newt, CatlDO 
4 19 Cat inn 
* 30 I Coffee Time 
4«j H r 1 inlay Carnival 


Newt Club 1340 


Pulton Ivwl* 
Prank fleniinkway 
Curt Mi iet 
Sam Hare* 


'Wra’t: Then" 


New* Catinu 


Club 1140 
Kiudl* »\t pert 
Klddl* Kaper* 


Them* fur Trent 
Coffra Tim* 

Tuan Crier 

Eat) Uttenmt 
Katy Lutemn! 
Raty Litlenlnk 
Kaay tJaUnin* 


Cat loo 
Catino 
Bianima 

&JHRT Boy Shnw 
Sunny Boy BhuW 
Magic Itiand 
Who Am l* 


4 00 | flopa lung Cattidy 
9 19 Hnpaiong Cattidy 

5 >0 Jimmie Allen 

9 44 I Naw*. HlMtll 

4 ObT H ugh Curtu Can* 
• IS Hugh curtu Call* 
IX Sia-for-One 
A4S Sit-fur-One 


Super "Kem-Tone" 

4»#| SUPER WASH A Pl.E —SUPER DUR- 
4 49 Ant.K READY-TO-US*. EASY TO 

1 00 A*W 

arts perqt 

! tl 30 PER GALLON. 


Newt Roundup 
Mualral Round up 
MUilral Rotindup 

. . y . ciir; 

Neat Sporty 
Tippy t n; rapooot 
Tippy* Scrapbouk 
Tippy* Scrapbook 


Bnbby Benton 
Bobby Benton 
Wild Bid Hlrkok 
Wild BIU Hickok 


Voi;« of Pirrtuma 
Vote# of Ptrrtuino 


Newt 

Arrordini 10 Record 
Mob Otr.ro 
Elmer Darla 


Gabriel H*atur 
New u'rtl 

Behind th* Story 


E*ty LiateniDB 
Eaty Line ami 
Eney Liitanuif 
Eaty Litlenlnk 


Hob Whit* Show 
Moo While Show 
Bub While Show 


Kaltenborn 
Barrie Ural! 
Barrie Crate 


btIDtM HI 


FOR EXPERIENCEfi OARDENERS 
phraci* Garden Service <1 1M3 L-hfl- 
araalnk- lawn prenaration torkwurc, 
mainianance. Loweal rott hour or com- 
iract 


"Kem-Tone" 

THE EASY WAY TO BEAUTIFUL. 
ROOMS NEW COLORS NEW 
HEAL'TY FOR YOUR HOME 
»1 7* PER QT 
14 39 PER GALLON 


Dine Ranger 


Opportunity Knock* Newt Sporta 
Opportunity Knorkt Bonk Shop 

Sport* Bpundnp Glen Miller 

fipogga Roundup Deuny Vaukhn 


Mule 

Mu tic 

» all of Faniaty 

all of Faniaty 


TtLX BATHROOM PINKS AND EIRE- 

lilacet, frr* eitirnatei wi'.ho'if obU!*Uon. 
new cnlo/t. new low price* Ui.lernage 
Bu-lder* U 0I1J3 

VACUUM 44 A LK8~b4.lt VICE 


Word* in Ibc Might Lone Ranger 
Berrnad* in Strlnk* H J Taylor 
B arth ado in Strlnca Stewart Craig 

One Man * Family Metropolitan 
New* Audition* 

Railroad Hour Newt Coaferaoaw 

Railroad H uur Newt Conference 

Trltphon* Hour P*r*prcl|ye 
Telephone Hour Fertpec'ive 

World Affair* Night Final 

Wo rld Af fair* bum and Ahaer 

Richfield Report*# Nf We 
Time for Curammn Dane* Tim* 
Imerlud# Dane* Tim* 

Dante Tim* 


LOTS GARDENS PLOW ROTOVATED. 
dltc lr felling for aprlni bi yuun t. 
eawerlenced Chlneve Rraeuntule ial*t 
Buna Ena » «I4« 


* on Nea t. Weather 
a 14 I Al Smith 

IH Piet* Cunlerenre 

• 44 Free* CVinfareuca 


Lowell Thpmaa 


Emm* Catlur 
Sympfione 


Nf *» 

Cecil Solly 
Share th* Wealth 
Share th* Wea lth 

Taka a Chance 
Take a Cham* 

Smith* nf Hollywood 
Smilh* uf Hollywood 


Let George Do It 
Let George Do It 
Un der Ariett 
ITnCtt Arreat 


Newa. Around Homo 
Your Ci! v liali 
Prett Cnnlrrenro 
Pitta Conference 


WBrld Today 
Arfhvr Oodf rey 
Arthur Godfrey 


8ympi>ony 


GUARANTEED REBUILT CLEANERS 
All make. |9 99 tin Fr*» demon*tration 
B r VACUUM * APPLIANCE CENTRE 
Rental*. Sale* and Service B 1316 


Symphony 

Summer Fallow 
Bummei Kalin* 
Here 1 * Julietta 


VICTORIA GARDEN SERVICE — O bW4! 
Maintenanr* iai.o*rapmg lean prepar- 
ation rockcriea. rotoyalinc Completa 
aetvic# 

CDOPER8 TRACTOR SERVICE, 
p. quinine, etnvauns. rota tiling, lawn 
nir.aing D aifil 


• Mi Tea* a Chaoia Newt; Hockey 

• 14 | Tata a Oiani-a Hockey 

• 3d Smith* Of Hollywood Hockey 

• 49 I Hmcii* of Holly wood Hockey 

T» Newt. Weather Nawr Hawaii 

10 14 Bnna Bhap Spinner eaucriim 

lb 10 Han* Bhop Bp.nuer Bunctum 

ti unc turn and Mpo 

1100 New* Sleepy Time NcWB 

11 14 Sleepy Time Gal Spinner Sanctum 
1110 Mna.c TUI Miilnlahi Bplnnrr Sanctum 


8u»l*e0*a 
Huttienea 
Jo Stafford 


Freddy Martin 
Freddy Martin 
Monir'i Muila 

Bing Bm«* 

Keith Cutler Newt 
Vic Water * Show 
Vie WateM Shnw 
Vic Water * Shew 


Oi -on Hardy 
Pulton Lewi* 
Couid Tbu B* You 
Coul d Thl* Be Yuu 

Antv*r Man 
Fran* Edward# 

Churkwagun Jamh 
Chuckwaaon .imu 


H\>HINC, MACHINE nCR VICE 


Here# Juliette 


Junior Miu 


BETWEEN- WASHDAY SERVICE 
aapenrnco pint ettr.i factory part* make 
th* differance Good aervlca. 
MODERN AFFLIANCES 
•44 Yalea E 3014 


\A itrld Pina- 
6wap o' Shop 
Swap *n‘ Bhup 


New* at Ten 
Weaver of Dreamt 
At Cloto of Day 
Chanel of Chime* 

Newt. Sport* 

Bill Ward'* Do«hou** 
BUI Ward * Duahoua* 


ROirrnLLINO. MACHINE ENTERS 
•mall aalet. tood job Norm Larinn. 
O *724 


Patio* 


Nation * Capital 


CROWE, GONNASON 
CO. LTD. 


U N Today 


Paamc 

Paging 

Pacing 


Garden of Eden 
Chuckwaaon Jamb. 
Churkwacnn Jamb. 


Vic Water * Show 
Vie Halin' Show 
Vie Watara Show 


New. Dane* Tltno 

Jar i al FTiitharmonle Dance Tima 
Jaif at Philharmonic Dance Tim* 


Mldniehl Concert 
Miduahi Concert 




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Fr*e EjIliBatea— Guaranteed Wutk 
Aulhorlfed Fartdiy Patta U*ed 

MODERN APPLIANCES ■ ■ _ §•! Ya te * .J JQII HI SINF.SS FKB8ONALK 


MACFARLAME5 TRACTOR SERVICE 
flowing. aprlog-tooTh bAtCidLiBg, : | e**l- 
In* tUtcing r t «.aao n alil* t»Ui Q 4740 


mount Spinner Haocium 


Dance 


tSm BUILDING SUPPLIES 


2 H* building supplies 


BULLDOZING BACK-P1LUNO. ALSO 
d.ngernu* tr*»* and alumpi rtmoveu 
Cham atv work O 9147 

TREES PRUNED CUT DOWN SPRAYED 
C. A. COW IE 

It 1474 Eye*, S iMI 

EXPERIENCED ROTOTUJJNO. REA- 
l-mable rate* Jab gnarantecil. Entor* 
email gate Phmit G I4.t4k H Ow*na 


l*m* — tirmber. «.ti 


Television for Monday 


WASHING MACHINES 

REPAIRS TO ALL tt AKE8 WITH 
FACTOXY -TRAINED SERVICEMEN 
ONLY FACTORY REPLACEMENT 
PARTS USED 

McLennan, McFetfly & Prior 

PhM'.t aim 8*rv|c* Department 
1400 OOVKKNMENT STREET 


'BLUE MIKADO' 
At Lower Prices 


BUILDERS-LOOK! 

Always New Volues at^ 
MOORE WHITTINGTON'S 


Stewart & Hudson 

Limited 

HOME BUILDERS' HEADQUARTERS 


STATION KING-TV. B LA TTLX. CHANNEL 4 

Bill Mothler 
UN General Aaaembiy 
Test Pal tern 
. Newt 

S’rlka It Rlcn 
1 Welrntu# Traveler 
Guiding Light 
1 Ihy* of Llf* 

S*arch fi*r Tomorrow 


Th* new iiiwer price* un thla 
punular Royal Crown Derby china 
make it better vatu* than ever We 
h*»* lull r«ei»«d a large ghmmem 
and can wow fill all order* 


STANLEY HUNT TRACTOR SERVICE - 
IUt rutting piougnihg. during eirayat- 
In* and live hit* O U'i 4 for amlUt au Uun 


ONE WEEK SPECIAL 


TOBY S CHINA SHOP 


Authorized Bendix Service 

Ben-ii* factary-lraineu mrenantra A 
regular check enturea too performance 
Flu>n* Earn a today 

KENTS - ! 1411 


HHAKFJI Per UnR 


Sport* Parad* 


1»4 ahinlBB Nw Bf»wd*. 1*0 814 ft V» W 


1014 Port Street Victoria. 1C 


12 00 Hi* Payoff 
1JJ1 Short BuC.ert 

13 40 Neat 

13 4* , Bride and Groom 
1 01 I Kate Smith 
3 OO Kina 1 Worktbop 
3 10 , Kini't Queen 
J 19 Vanity New* 

3 30 I King’* Hamer a 


Sadafaction kuarantead N Carpenter. 

H 74*7 

OAR DTK S ROTOVATED ENTERS 
•man gat* No hrukvu aprJilE Churge*. 
Ayiii* Leigh. Kiaiing 9»Y. eulleeL 0 9034. 

ANY GARDENS TO ROTO TILL? 
W-ghtman Albion 175-4 

TuP FALL. BUCK DANGEROUS 1'RBES 
Re.pnnilOio eeieran* II 4448 O 7BM1 

ROTOTM.l.tNO "* FOR DR8 T WORK TALL 
R . jU 4 Bland or IV a r 

UkNERAL TKACTOR WORK. A MUR- 
cue ton beliniint I4J-K m Q 4»4l 

IlC GARDENS- NEW' LAW ‘.‘8 MAIN>- 
trutnr* etc E 4534 alter ■ p m, 


You Atked tor It 
Bit Town 

Ye»trrd»y a Newaretl 
Mr Makii 
Greateat FlgbU 
Wrrylllng 

Man Auainet Crime 
Who Said Than 
NlghUap Pinal 

STATION KTNT-TV, TACOMA. CHANNEL II 

4 00 cirela 11 R«mh • 14 Neaareel 

4 40 Dm> Wmtliiw * in Rum* and Allen 

4 (Hi Rriapbonk u 0« Man Agaiuat Crime 

a 3b Time in Smile • Ml Red BuHou* 

• #v Porry Como 10 fill New* 

7 00 studio One |0. f> Lair “now 

a 00 Headline on Parade II 30 Stan Off 


wall alalned ahake* The** quality ehakrt , 

are at; pie-|aiun machined three aide* 
then dipped In llnared ml alaln and 
finally anra>«d with first line ahlna'.r !N 
oalni Dried under Infra red lamp* and W'hlt* 
then rarlati parked aaiuret you nf guar-. A p p| 
anii-ed perfection and no painting for i> #n 
tear* ahead Thear ahakra come la you 
in double e^ur*e (Idrwall* which mean* 
added watmili and romforJ. are ea»y 10 
eupiy ana enhance the appearance of 
an* hnm» aid or new rmnpJet* wifh 
•per 1# | »|nc roerrd mil*, a wide rhnlre 
nf green*. fiVy*. mamon whl'e. *r* 

• Vkll*We e' *f»l« »pec|*| price BudgWt 2-4»g-a»l 
ferm* Carton nf 40 m ft . undercoun* 
and noil*, for thi* *#»* onl» »7 44 Per 
inn UJ ft r overage only 914 9A 


WORN OH OAMAOKD JEWELLERY 
anil jilverwara U tkllfully repaired or 
mad* over to your pleaaur* by Hlrka 
era! urr.eu Fin# watch repair*, alao 
Brin* them to 

BIRKS 

JEWELLERS SILVERSMITHS 

704 YATES ST. PHONE B 4341 


urn nit No 1 rommnn oak 

Roaring per *4 ft ; 

“OTILITY ORA17E DOORS 

3-o*9- 0* 1 i/g Oridnly, each tt 17 

|-**a-8(l I a UrldPly. each 94 »0 

3-li«-4*I 3 a Gtidply. each 1*40 

3-t*«-8tl 3 I GridplV earJl 1*04 

3-4(4-11*1 3 I Grldplt each 97 19 

O UTTERS 

3t4 ‘fleet conjm<m. per lineal font 17* 
4*4 **|«rt common, per lineal font 33a 
Down pipe, per 10-0 foot length II 90 
El how* (or dnwn pipe, aarh 34a 


PRO FUSS ION AL 
SERVICES 


CONVALESCENT HOMES 


BARGAINS IN DOORS 


THE PRIORY CONVALESCENT HOME 
AND HOSPITAL 

For medical, pokt-t urtical and chrome 
patienu Hpecialirir.g In iha care of 
elderly peopka Earelleni nurdna aervlca 
Happy home aiuicuphare 

Pudal acldtee* 

BOX H f .A NOFORD Ph 
Deimom 3i» 

Under u>* care of the Siattr* af th* 
Luva of Je»u* 


PACIFIC GLASS LTD. 

913 PANDORA AVK - OFFICE B <141 
9J9 MASON ST -AUTO OLA 84 B 1937 


PLOUGHING. DISCING AND HARROW- 
III* O *304 

T It ELS AND ' LIMBS REMOVED PR ON- 
lug of large tree* our •peilallt* M -l.ilb 

a: once- mower lawn mowino 

and rotoiiMIng ET44I 


METAL WINDOWS 


YOUR HOME IS VALUABLE 


OAK LODGE - PRIVATE HOSPITAL 
Medical. tonvaieveni *n>i chronic 

patient* tend to with linuoaaa and 
peraonal car* Oradual# nurae* in afc- 
Umyane# day-night 4434 Quadra B 4411 

CLOVKLLV PRIVATE HOHPITAL LTD 
- Fully ataffrd gradual* nur*M 

Medical conraieaeenu enromea 1IM 
Clovally r*ru«* B 7Su 


Pro! »cl *hl» *m*i w»»h good paint *nd gjimpipi* »'«wk «l Relj*nr* J-v >t 

enamel Lei u* help v«u w|fh y«ur eator M 1 ;'* 1 

problem’ from our large Mock of cuaiom delivery Call to nr phuoe and a ■*!# 
color* Monamel. Monateal. Manamel X * tu *«•»•»« y°« r owl * 

Minamel Satin Monamel Velvet and 
No I Fir Wood «tu**-iength very aa*y rcmpl*te palmer* mndrie* and *pp- r- a r 1 I r r»f-^~ I A I r 

10 aplIV Good for kltchao beater fur- pile* Here you will find a large com SAjH Jr tC-l/iLj 

tiace. Ilreplac* and ceoerai ue« B*»t pieie ••aortment la m»el your n*rd« 

wood in tuwn Stenladder* m»:al bolted guona, rigid, siork eite* for immediate pick-up 

I CORDS 111** - 4 CORDS *30 «l Include# pall *4and length. 4 It 4 fl . 

« tl 7 fi pet foot, ik and 13 tl.. p*r 
l-Poot 101 arum furnace *r.u rtreoiac* [ 0 „i yv 
1 CORDS *11 00 — 4 CORDS 130 00 K , trn4|un miMt fl>r „, ty 

Foul loot n**yy fli aiaowood »o« grewa- home- tirnngly wired for *dd*d ilrwaath. 

Sou*** and hotel* Per (tiro M M romplrte with Him pullet* and ropey 

All length* fmm- 14 fret up to 40 fret 
Sawuuit All dryland neao rig all-fU y, r ( mit Dn | v •; 
from Atom Lunioei Co 3 unit* cult B , . 

Shaving* for cardan and farm. 3 uwu Aluminum Louver, and VeniUa i.r. In 

( or gy all alia* Hardwuod grill* and almost a 

bar«ain In builder*' hatdwara and lock- 
WE O BUYER TO SIDNEY AND gets. 


3334 GOVERNMENT STREET 


WOOD AND SAWDUST 
SPECIAL— 3 DAYS 


iim SCHOOLS AND 

COLLEGES 


ROTOT1LLINU JACKSON BROS O 3304 
Albion 34911 Sidney 84X 

AT ONCE - KITTY WELLS ROTO- 
Ulllbg H 2001. E 1139 

RCrTOTILLINO 

BILL MEADOWS. COLQUITZ »9F 

GARDEN RGTOTILLED A HANSEN 
Albion 19S-M 


Builders' Sash & Door Ltd. 

A COMPLETE SERVICE 

In <*»n- a.nduat duort. Iramn in* 
lighu. kitehen flkiure* *ud qualuy 
ooik guaranteed la **U*(y. 


Bu»ln»»*. Secretarial Pitman Or*gg 
simplified Rp*»dwrmna. Compiameier. 
l.an 10 Refresher couraet. day •«#. Q 4121 


One Week Special 

Rule agency foi Moure Wnttttngton 
Lumber cn mill All hradrlg roar** 
tawdutl Ouaranieed 100". fir Ouaraa- 
laeti *11 year round 

Save Dollars and Dollars 


MANOR PRIVATE HfX*PlTAL-B *433 
Mm Florencf faylar. Rea N — C P II N 
yint-ntu nuMing *ervict auaranteed. 

FaTrULIFfT t"ARB~OP AOKD OK IN- 
firm ladle* 1471 Fairfield Kuad. Cl 94J3 


24 . MUSIC 

SPANISH OUITAR LESSONS TAGOUT 
13 IR Broad Street For appointment 
phone H Ortbini, Cnlq. JI3W. 


earh | j ,j SAVE MONEY -BUY DUUBCT 

1* na ,.rh *10 40 f8«tOfT f«* »0U. we ar* **t up 1# 

34 ... gla... each t1#40 |||U|j|r # „ ry|c , lo co0lf , rt . f , . nd 

14 ox glaae. each flTn homebglldgr*. eailmallng blue printa, 
Carh quotation*, layout*, factory detail, new 
r»tl L It*. » 1 *4 home idea* Large enough to handle 

, u lu a « *8 u f J ab » m *ll *n#u«h for friendly p*r- 


ruR better ro-totjluno, j w 

Peltlt O 494 J 

TKACTOR WOnK DONE ROTOVATINO 
garden* with trartar Carlaon. H 1147 


JOHN M STURDY 
•SpeririB Chiropractor^ 
Ncuroca.nmclor 
1133 Slonanard Slr**t 


Sawdust, All Coarse No 1 Fir 
2 Umfs by Blower $10.00 

2 Units bv Bulk $6 00 

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 

Try .t One Week Before You 
Pay for It 

2 Cords 2-ft tor Drum 
Furnace. $7 00 

Stoner Cnd*. I Curd __ 97 90 

Parttlliec **wdu»t Guarantee.! all llem- 
Ih'k fnr e'eenho'uaa, garden and 
rhlrkrn houae* 

3 Unlit sulk 


ACADEMY BALLROOM DANCINO 
Private ia«son* C'la»*«» dally Ballroom 
old- lira*. Litln tmrrlcan bailee rnytb 
mlc modem ■ I4*J 101 J Doug. a* 

EILEEN B _ SCHOOL OF DANCING 
Learn oanet tap. baton :wu:ing Baby 
'la is tpe. lolly >49 Uroughtoo Re* B *J47 


7-OvlOalS 1 Horall lt», 


Hedges Pruned. Hall E 3540 

HAIBUKK8S9K8 

HAVE YOUR COLD WVVE^iniW - kl 
nut .pet al la# pflc* Hair *nap>ng our 

• penally Avalon R*aui> aun.n iup- 

* . 1 k»O*0 Kir.ge >> ! 

ALL _ fYPX8 OF RKAUTY CULTURE - 
Cold way* mar-inn* ard machineie** 
permanent* 717 View. Vogu* BaauLy 
Salon Bearan 1113 


4100 SAVE 9100 

in labor and maurial* on that ne*t ta*h 
and door |«b Thai’* lu*i what you 
can do wiki STANDARDIZED frame# 
and window*. . am# to >ou rumple t*. 
readv to Inafoll nn rilra flllin* or 
adding of m»in#4 ideal lor ■■qntrarior# 
at it »*ve» time and m>mey, eireltent 
for home ouikder no ak ill required for 
loekallatlnn 


3- 4 >4-0(1 *» J Ifuratl H» . 
j-0*t-0il s I Horatl. Ma. 

4- 084-0(1** J Hoy*l| It*. 

34 01 •!**• 

l-Oil-0(IS 1 Horatl It* . 


YOU GET VALUE 


Com* and thla 
and altlc* 


MOLES. WAKI.1 SUPERFLUOUS HAIR 
permanently and aafaly irmoytd Dorothy 
Hariman; 40] Beullard Bldg G 7*42 

DffXMU rax ktn 'rnii 

INCOMB TAX RETURNS 
Kipert *•« utanve at reaecnabl# rated 
M POWELL. D4IJ9 


In quality and prise when you b«iv lum- 
ber fin* We do not claim to have 'h* 
rhrpprtt pipe* bur we do give (he itiml 
fur your money In gr*de quanllly *nd 
•*rylre»bllliy on all purthaee* You mual 
b* kallRtlrd 

3*1 drnted utllily. 3 000 lineal 119 50 

3(* dre***d Utility. I«0 lineal *:• oo 

lx* quality TAG (irungtr and b*-ier 
then (hlplao 3 000 lineal 111 AO 

3t4 utdiry grade. I Vm) lineal 1)5 00 

uu 3** premium trade. I.MMI lined Itnno 

13 00 INSIDE BLOCKS and BARK BLAHS 13 lx* uilllly (filplau. J.QOd UiieoJ J4« 00 

1*8 utlli*r thip.ap l vio lineal 4*5 ao 

1*8 end K4 near drop eidiu*. •>" ihirt. 
Ideal fot Cirate* (round o»*emei|t |n 
g*Me< < v All (lln dried, lanain • tl 
In * fl per 100 ft , unlv . 40 Id 

Biiuga »* bevel red*; y.dtn*. kiln dried 
fleer all buridiad pa.nia up yeti 


Arnort'a Fla. lie Tnpplna — 
Ideal for t*b>e» count* 
room • aii> m y«|nr. at 
r hou.e fr«m available 
•he#'* Price pee *q It 


PAINTER'S ACME FUEL 


I'LKSONAL 


BARGAINS’ — YBS 

we hate van.* in No 3 grade «a.h. 
man* *!*»• unclaimed nrder* of trame*. 
d-n ta.n, naniaood lumber and ply- 
wood* 


NEW FKRMANENTK - PLNE HAIR A GENTLEMAN 39 DKSIRES TO MEET 
aporlaity Bobwtt* Beauty Baion Room u.ty ai.uut tame *ge. for companlumhlp, 
*0.' Campbell Building Garden *452 n i nojei-iion la dleorce* ur Widow All 

— - -- u -. replle* ib •Iririetl confidence Bax 439 

KdMER 3 BEAUTY SALON V|. • .n» Prr»* 


COMMANDER 

LUMP 


FOOTHILLS 


Formica Pia.tlt Table Tapping - 

Nall ••(tally ad>*r'l«ed and available in 
eiee* uf 

1-fl«R-0( 1 18 
1-4*8 0* I 18 
l-A*4-9xl 18 

Prire per *q It II 08 


VICTORY 


OOINO FAST 7 IF YOU ARE GOING 
Fa*t anil wi.uld Ilka l*i drive a new car 
b*'-k frum the factory tor u* aftna to 
U"« I Ylctnna Pryaa 


Builders' Sash & Door Ltd. 

3M UAitn ALLY ROAD 8 II 


DOMINION HAIRDRESSING SAl^N 
D'-miniun Hole. Phan* O 41Jt 


417 CORMORANT 


Ideal Sawdust Fuel 
Co Ltd 

Guaranteed Full Measure 
302 David St., Victoria 
B 4622 B 283 


DIPLOMAT COAL 

ALHtRlA Ml>»TLU*.-. CLEAN 
Lurid 117 50 per tun Kg* 118 00 per ton 

RICHARD HALL & SONS 

Servira ana Satutacuen Bine* ran 
14* PORT STREET PM ON* o tali 


AU.UHOUCB ANONYMOUS 
PO BOX NO I OH *13 VICTORIA 
K *141 

MIGHTS AND HOLIDAYS OIWI 

THE MODEHN FURRIERS IHl* FORT 
S'reel bayin* .'aft MiMafl from uun 
week-end. reopening May ». 


EVERYTHING 
FOR THE GARDENER 
AT BUTLER BROS. 

Men* on* or trie*# two Saaotch tier** 
your headquarter* far 

GARDEN TOOLS 
and EQUIPMENT 
INSECTICIDES 
FERTILIZER 


Moore- Whittington 
Lumber Co Ltd. 

Turn weit at the Roundabout. 

block* dnwn HlUaida 
II* BRIDGE STREET. ■ H94 


INSURANCE 

REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE^ OF ALt 
It »ea Rotary Puo;ia conyryancmg 
DUNCAN D MbIAYiHH 
•li Goyernment 8*#eet Fhana K 9914 

KEY CUTTING 

icgYS CUT LOCK a bAFTS RFPAIRXD. 
lawn muwer* tc.»*or» •harpened Pnra'a 
Key Shop 147 Fort Btretl Garden 4331 


WOOD AND SAWDUS1 

Oft. am; Dougiaa Fir wt*od Ibic* uar* 
aiaoa mixed with «n*IU* Dlocta No >ub 
bUh Two co'd* '#• 111 Bewar# gt 
pauiai* B«ne dry 3 card*. 41* fi< 
•**auki ay uuix 4 aniu. 47 

ISLAND FUEL SUPPLY CO 

B 1934 B iWIt 


• *10 (IK. -PCX 17 44 

4«4 S*7 and 8«4 fanre !«••• rough 

dretted cedar all l<ki(tb* 

M f» feme ready mi, J fi 4 in 'no 
be*eb..*rd> ehmplMie *14 95 

•0 ft •am* at aboee 419 99 

MI ft fet.ra with baaebaarti 111 71 

•d ft fence nith baeeboard l»i N 

»n fl *n1ld fenee, flriMh helahi 4 fl 
I in . til 40 


■hAYINO OILS 

ESSO STOVE, FURNACE AND BUNKER 
fuel #U4 U H Dir tile Ltd 1434 louaUrb. 
E 4911. evening* O MOJ-O i«7J 


SINCE UK GENTLEMAN WOULD LIKE 
ei.nipatiy of lady, 15 l.i 4* egfhlbae 
anau*. letlvra B>n 309*. Vlrtorr* Ft*.« 


Wood Sawdust Wood 
SAWDUST SALE 


THE WAtTEB OF BIN IB DEATH) 
Itnlc E *197 

2 1 B BI M N KSS PKK.SO N A I .S 


LUMBER SPECIALS 

Ail Lumber Bold op Mon#y-B*cS 
Ouarante# 

Free Delivery 

Within 1-Mil# Circle Minimum Quantity 
1 000 FBM 


DRY WOOD SPECIAL 
An oatkiandina bargain fnr dryland 
Dmitlag fir blucka mixed with thick bark 
nab* II inch** in lentth Guaranteed 
never in water and la dry enough for 
Unmediata u«» 

l*» CortU _... * 9 »0 

3 Coed* only .. |10 vo 
No# Thu wood i* hand traded twice to 
eUmn.ate all !«wdu*t amt rubbuh lm- 
flAIR VANISHES W|IH mrdut* delivery 
ty permanently LOr-Beer 
Latei' aim.--. 47* O an. ill* Vancouver 

H r and Stmtooit Dfu# b«or« Mb Intin- 
um Street 

B 1484 RENT A SINGER PORTABLE ELECTRIC 
— ii'xrhip# by the arek nr wmnib Ftee 
delivery and return Phone K88I1 
Singer Sewing Maelltne Cnii.panv 

OAKLING 9 PRESCRIPTION 11 WILL 
relieve acute «r chronic cough ano bmn 
dual trouble Oaring • Pharmacy Ltd 
Fort at Broad. B 1313 

BELTS ~ AND TH UBS ITS CAREFULLY 
fitted in our pri.att flttlnt room 
MODERN PHARMACY 
fioukia* and Jobn»on B-.reeu 


REEDS SAW REPAIRS 
1053 View and 1130 Cook Street*. E 9334 


All beadrft coarea aawduat 100 '. fir 
Ouaranieed Ail Year Round 

2 Units by Blower, $1 I 00 
2 Units Bulk. $7 00 


MI.HtkB tin AHAVKH BI PAIRS 

BONBONS KkPAIRKD WHILE YOU 
wait One-hour (haver *#*yue 7»1 Yale* 


bUTLER BROS. 


YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD 


Na 4 Common ar Utility 
1*4 94S 1.000 • IS 0*1 feet 934 00 

lig and 1*0 tongue and groova, 

r*nd< m length* _ — 93» 00 

3(4 848 - 35 00 

i*4 tongue ano grotiea. ahorta 
3,0O« lineal faai _ •• 

i*9 moiiN and groove ehori# 

I 40# lineal feet . 93* 

| .n •*•-!** V »3 t* I 1*9 

2(9 ' 3(19* and 2»13" menulartured from 
A- 1 log* end rtre..e<| to your •pecllira- 
• loc* in nut ..an mill and Dianei at roc* 
bottom price* 

It* 1*9 OI lilt' 4hip)aB 

#(A" ar 4iY fir vwuan at new ww pricaa 


Quadra al OUnfMl 
Keating Ctaiaroad 


847 FORI STREET 

ie u.ac* to nave vour kaen mower 
•harpened 

PRICrS KEY BHUK - O #331 


riUQe 4? -cord loads, only J Nmtpe. term* «•< all lumber and building 
PHONE material* In* hunie repair* and improye- 

pgl g aggg NIOHT C mil mer.i* — Credit ar.founta ape ** agalnvr 

prugrea* oavmeut «n n.i.rtgac* and eor.- 

. rjAny-'A.K.i vebieni M dav* charge ar. uun: a 

A BARGAIN 

YOU can DEPEND ON 
Nn I tin {.land all IK «piit euod ready 
fur the tlule cut IJ" Gy cord* •'« iO 
No ' drvland fit oioex. and ei*b U‘" 

I 1 , CO'dt 110 50 

Nn • Planer End* l'-» rnrda 110 50 

Ronald Hopkins Fuel Co. 

Day ! 7914 Nile 
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 


All hand picked goud furnace and kit- 
Chen ion Or. lb»lde b'q c and • ab« 
1 aidl *11 «o 

AO.fime E *»34 Heavy lir 'w.v-foni leng'ti* J 
WHOLESALE «'»«U 413 00 

immedia'# Delxeev 

114 AN the ° ur Cuttatneri Am Satiifled Cuitoatii 


THE SIDNEY ECONOMY 
SUMMER COTTAGE! 


ELVES & SON 


STEWART & HUDSON 

Limited 

404 Ourgt ftoad B 317L B <413 


12 f' **14 It All material# fU» read* 
lo nail toget ii*i in. luding tour *a*h 
•ri in frame « two iionrt nuna in 

|rama> with Inrttet* mxalled fnui-lhih 
f.ieitmi V -Join! par.liloti Mi-lnrh crop 
• I'lina aaphalt rolled ronflna Every - 
Hun# tea.lv In aaaemhle and deialled 
drawin*. make rnn«tyuetlon eaey 
DKI.IVf.HKD TAX PAID nn r 

withln 10 mile* of rlty J/TJ 


DHILLON FUEL CO. 
New Office. 400 Boy St 
E 381 1 or E 7852 


penny iMpkir#' leu n.g •' •'I 

•mid. in tap*. »nk* lull* • eind-.ag 
etc Formerly of Central Murtgai* M*»n. 
ter.an.e u 4a J 7 Prumul Hill 

rilUIII AND OIC4IKAIOK9 

ATTEKT1UB 1 - QUEXN~ClTY DECOR A- 
t>.* > are •■•ilaii.e onw Paperhan-.ina, 

r iatoting tniermr and etlerior decnegt- 
n* pu*ier paunibg etc for parGruiar 

C aplo ai lew tyring rale* fry u* 'relay 
nri dim* quickly and o»auy Keating 
4* F iravern* oBArge*' 

_ ^ PAINT NOW, PAY LATER 
Co mill • • nr.nrallitg **i*L' f 1 ,r * n '‘ 
rul A !•••►-! Je* 1 Inula nei'ei •"« *#»■# 
lunger Have Ihul t<*«l •praye*' uu* 
epi.ug PI, ana Tad Mill-Tout a- G 1921. 
for Ire* ((lliuala O JIJ0 e*en"i»» 

CLARK M PATTISON 
Interler and *»l#r»nr painting Tratur# 
a i.r* papet -hanging U Our prur* 
are right Free •■unaslp* and advl.a 


a hat be i it n wbud or other nindurtv 
We hare one price only a l year round 
We oenver Langford Colwood and 
Manpv Valley Pnre, two cord*. IIIIhi — 
al -o taw-font for drum (urnac* and 
9 Ggt fireplace two cord* 111 HO. 

„ — Immediate deu.etv 1319 Qmrmnrnl 
street 

r *P« O 9734 

a r HONEYMOON BAY FUEL SUPPLY CO. A RAHUAiN Poll M1LLCKKST DRY 

. ... LAND DOUOLAd FU4. all No I »ian< 

AND OKNTir HII.LCRRMT DRYLAND FIR mlted w, h n - da hi.tck mill-run dn 

Rapor* eamadal- A bargain aale ol Hlllcroat Inylan.l •nough fur baaemont; |3-|nett, no run 
19 Duuala* llr dork* ml geo with bark bio., e.aan. never in water Intmediau 

.... uni-Ar. - d* 1 " gib IJ-ibch lenufti bitKfi nr I. del.yerr 
M hTThTf rFCorpn>8|Vleo for Tuiha.e fir.' - . rr ,_ n , . 

leU » Ba*ery tno aitchgB range Thu Wn.ig ' — — * • f® 

• "•Ira coti'aln* J0-*0 pet c-aot malde llr Mmu- , . ,, — — V® 

«PLrr.o*x«;. ,;ss .iioSEs “! r - M5 

acmn. 0«1I rn „. nrt l COfUJ CgDAR _ . 1 Jd 

a«od in 12-IBch .-ngtri* No chopping *ij«n 

•SOWIASIB TRY required Kxceileht tor kprhen range. „ . 

gjg Cormorant Thi* wood w abtolutely clean ATTENTTOJ4 — Na.uayg a.regdr toll 

ent drug ttorwa One cam *7 pw.. • ■ 9IJ *®<>® f«r your kitcllen tanj? **i 

CAPITOL FUEL COMPANY hd'ner. no ao-r e* nw mor* rnopping 

“slllRK HoUBX Dtf 9I»I NlctU fl 154) Ouargnteed 100', fir Oon » ha f.ei.ei 


!Ma BI IIJIINU SUPPLIES 


Prlc# Pet Tho-jeand Pont Sward Maa.ur* 
lab" No I Common Flooring. 

net M *9® ®® 

1*9 nr Oro# aiding No I 

common — »io oa 

\*8 9' and 19* cedar bungalow 

• •dint _ _ |#» 00 

lit 1*9 la* - 1*10” and lair cedar 
miiah or dreaaed — |7» 04 

3(4' 3*9 3*9 3*19' or Y«ir' «-*tar 

per MUM *••***> or Cre.ted *79 00 

llr No I Common maaimua 35^ No- 3 

*15 00 lie Ttfoaue and gtuovx __ »1B OO 

fir la* Bhiplap — — •«* Ml 

•'•®° It* 949 _ 9»"00 

'"..too 1,4 •« 91%m 

* 2*9 **9 L 2 J tomm-ro — — — 940 00 

*1* no ** 4 »ou«h «ed»t !»• oet "neai ipoi 

™ _ »iS" rough cedar 17* owe 0***1 foot 

931 IMI •*®' - rough eed#r l#e oet Mnaal foot 

a I 4«4" cedar (Utter tie pe» lineal foot 


British Columbia 
Forest Products Ltd 
Victoria Division 


DIPFTRKNT AND DISTINCTIVE 
o.lar •toned rwi (•on# and timwla'ed 
•tone maaonry for walla fireplace* 
pa tin* erg 

COLOR At CONCRETE JT° 

953 Mi an d Highway Phooe Deimi.nt I* W 

LUMBER PR EX DELIVERY 
Between Victoria aud Duiirtn 
No 4 Orad*. L*4. :u u*. Ut Hixmap. 
U7 (-r M 

Hot 191 Victor a Prei. O H54 


SIDNEY LUMBER LIMITED 

Paint A Builder* Supply Headquarter* 
2331 GOVERNMENT BT PHONE H 5197 


R A GREEN LUMBER 
CO LTD 

ESTIMATES FREE 

T7VE PAYMKVTB MAY HI ARHANOED. 


«HW»|»-l «0 OflOT tala 


Cheaper and ootlor 


rt.F AN CEMENT NAVYJATK tlRAVi 


I 000. QM 1*9 •horta, toft -fl» *<•* 


HILLCREST FUEL CO. 


3891 DOUOf Ab STREET 


EXCAVATING BUL^YOZING 
crgyeL »and and rlay fill Wal 
Trimble Co . U 1*W> 


flOAD 3 *A0 NM II* »har>«. raioet dear 
tan L 'i r, 'P »'•( 94(»00 

1 AAO HM 1(9 .horu. rejar.t dear 
i AND ftn> * *’• 

113 3 000 HM ;%o H L. r»)*et near 

ilron Mf# 990 00 

i mOi tIM ■«• R L refer l elear 

drop »d* 1*9 00 

I Abfr *M i • to aNOrtk nut T and 
O mm euh 4*0 "• 

Minimum nrdee* nf I *00 NM per Hem 
an uir n*t»» 


ATOM LUMBER COMPANY 

310 JOHNSON ET W9RT 
Ea*i af VlttMi* W*«t Part 
9 yj*o Eeen'ooa O 0911 


ISLAND BLDG SUPPLY CO. 


Fir Wood From 
SOOKE 

Bork Slobs and Inside Blocks 
2 tt>rds ... 1 2 

No I Coarse Fir Sawdust bv 
Blower and Bulk 

Empire Fuel Ltd. 

739 Pandora Ave 
E 8525 B 2424 


EVERYTH! NO IN EUtLOINO BOl'PLIM 
-IIBA I FORM PIMRKt.AC'Ea 
“ID KAl.'" MTIAL WINDOW 9 

l ima earn* ni aeod and teaaoi rood? -mil 
mn'tar rucl and cinder* piaatar omd« 
o>u Ovgeor and *t<>nebo*r« piyoo'wtd. 
Mrecixy producta •nwoae bnog elie*- 
Pin* and dram Ut* a*o A 


LANGFORD BUILDING 
SUPPLY 


Buiidinyr n-ior» de-idn.g iTv*a*ttkat# 

ma advantao#* of Nj'o ooaeatad 

STEEL SASH 

L4.1W IN 1 1 1 Al UU 0T 
LOW INSTALLATION COET 
KO WARPINO NO BTtCRINO 

PREP KETI MATES 


C T LONGMAN 
lug aorariiit B*| 

giiUi Phooa E 


A SNAP 

MatxVnieked fir. 12-inrh On# ee>rd. a* 
twn eoM* III oar* and nlork*. good 
naan, aui'anla for furnare. iieeplaoe and 
kitrhen range one cord *0111 word. tt. 
iwn fowl* aullt wood. 112. imme.i.a'e de- 
livery National Puel 0*1, E 384) E 5909 


EVERYTHING PROM FOUNDATION TO 

POOP 


Retail Sales Department 

331 371 GORGE ROAD EAST 


DECORATORS LOWER 
atr or 1. ♦* Paintln*. r«- 


rkuablb 

overhead, _ 
pair* B 9499 

PIRBT-CLABB PAIRTTNO DONE WITH 
ear* and «bur*e#y Walla E 7Y>9 

lie 7p ~ro6mb papered free cb- 

1119 a (to D Bmytha 

M> >H -CLASS FAINTING BltlKS AND 
mural work Phon# Coiq 399-M 
s i;i# PAINTING DELX'NATINO 

paiwrnantina oiaatar patching 

■ JONES ~PAlJrrt.MO AND "T^APER- 
hanging Wo'k guargnlead t»wT(l7 


Bafnr# yuu »t*n that |ob talk II tear 
With u* W# can * aea yww money 
Malaria) for 90-ft fanea. including raw- 
board 914 09 

Znnolrt* 'aatilaUwn. par bag II M 

Drain 4rt*. t in B#r Is IM 

Cement per aaek . UK 

GLASS CUT TO SIZE 
PIPS PTTTTNOi 
PIPE CUT AND THREADED 
Ut ua quota you an your door* and a**B 
hm* *i»»» or made la aedar 
Y #Q ran mate Improve**##"# Id KOWf 
K»n< a'.d finance them through #ur 
HOME IMPROVEMENT PI NANCE PLAN. 

NO MONEY DOWN 
Pa oar Tow 1 a for 9*81 

Cameni M.aef'a Whaalbar-owt Plaor 
Bandar* » <••• EJae.rla Drill* ala 
TREE DBIJVERY 


COLWOOD LUMBER 
YARD 


CALL COOPER A WIIJ»ON PGR ALL 
Iff cordwood m 12 19 and 3A-f.»eb 

ienttha 1100 oar cord nao»Jf for fur- 
nat*. fireplace CnlautU JIMM Co>- 
qulty 39 1 H 


EVANS, COLEMAN & 
JOHNSON BROS. LTD 


DOUGLAS BUILDING 
SUPPLIES 


BRASS AND COPPER 

FROM 

Birmingham, England 

REQUIRES NO CLEANINO 


.amber * Sbab • Door* . Mauldins 
Wal 1 uourd# Plywood • i im WaU— 

Bu rider* Hardware 
'Searyttiing f«* b Bulrdlng” 

Sooke Road — Belmont 313 


veil Doug!** Btraot 


DRYLAND 

WOOD ANQ SAWDUST 
From 

COLWOOD TIMBER MILLS 

No 1 Douaia. PU flloek* and Slab* 

2 Cords SI2 00 
2 Units by blower $1 1 00 


Br*«e Plaqqea 
Cupper Ji*#4 
Hraet Hearth 
flrai* flallnw* 


HEATFO#M 


FREY BHAYtNOS POR GARDEN AND 
farm Phooa O K Puel. O 34*3 


k'l# O Grada Coaandad tne* i rung. 

4(9 

W D Grada Unaanded bheatulng 
Ml 

S 1 fl**da Unhanded Ahoaining. 
4*9 

D landed PI i bond tit 
*' >9 O Saimad Plywood HP _ 


LOOK’ LOOK' LOOK! 

SAWDUST SALE 
Buy It From Jock Storck 


PHOTO ENGRAVING 
Rair-toc* Hn# *»d ■»••" engravlnga 
Commercia. Art 
V|l*I ORI A PR BBS LtD 
Vngravina Datrt 

9*11 Doug'** St root Phon# r 4 HI 

PLLMRINO AN* ■kATIWQ 

EMPIRE PLUMBING S HEATING AL 
laraUaMu. voatiracu E. 9115. Tug X.ng* Rd |g| OO'trnmtbt It. 


Victoria Retoil Lumber Yard 

and am their many apaelgll lb Lumbar. 
Walinaardi and Fa»nt« 

•( #fdae to# •«*!! ua oed#v to# LARGS 


EVANS, COLEMAN & 
JOHNSON BROS LTD. 


Robert Walker & Son* Ltd 

SuiKI#T*' SupgUtb 

U9 David suag* B B2J 


geimant ma 9di laiand Ifigbway 
Qppoaitg Th* Knotty Pina 



ru KNACKS AND ' BAWDU91 
Mice She* I Metal SOtO Oougtaa 


. — tMpywaaaU uiaat' U)1 

u.rernuiA'mB Rut anti 

fa* »?*• "»»•' «?2 

u ..IJ Belt / •< 

. 4 Red figured roltw prim With dinvdl 

l. CAM TRAILER SPARE lliiunrr.i akin II *\ 

fikluirt IAS Man i hlcyrle, 6. F'n* gingham pink and g>ee.i ahitr 


guaranteed 745 View O 3813 


I only. Heavy Duly Para Muaer. 30 rut 
A I roadman and guaranteed ^225 

l only. Heavy Duty Jarobyon e i / r 
Mnwrr 34 rut Prl-e i • OJ 

NATIONAL MOTORS LTD. 

Tract or Divuion 

a* ITT m view street 


■PULSE IN 
bol «a<er 
U 744* 


with cyclos on. 


rn» CAPTAI24 8 ANTIQUE SHOP - AN- 
ilmiae lumw coin a P it Port S SHE 

T ROBINSON * SONS ANTIQUE PUR- 
nlture allvar and cbina 110? Goel Si. 

I6x MISCELLANEOUS _ 


IIRITISH BOVKRttONB STEPHENS Bi- 
le' ted (train, Ooidelreaiti everbearera, 
Prey berry ratalogti* tioldaiream Berry 
I'aradlee R R I Langfitrd 

TOP SOIL PIAt" SOIL MANURE 
roc*. gravel muahroom compoat manure 
by the ear.* ColoulU 1MX 


PART OP AV ESTATE ANTIQUE YBV 
n« gold broom. m> wiih tg mu* 


28 CUluniRt. Victorio. I.C 2 M 

Ww*Ey, -ApHt-fl;- tm 


n'RNITl RE 


M* BUILDING SUPPLIES 

JUST STOCKED 

Evil line of Sheraar. William* Paint* 
Alan painting aertaaorle* bruvnea oil* 
turpentine*, tealer* putty, etc 


Oreen Carpet. • It by 13 It IN M 
Beatty (lac Irk vainer >«* Dear la M 
Plte-plere light maple badroom aulta. 

allh «prlo« .filled mall real IIIIM 
Thr-e mare vine rheatarfieid eulM 'Ike 
n»a lib M 

Ugnt maple uirnar china cabinet |3» *0 

HOLLAND BROS. & CO 

134 PORT STREET I 0013 


2*1 STOVES and FURNACES i*n GARDENS and SUPPLIES 

MAJOR" saw Oust lUHNERS _ Wl! MAUtfWTH CHRTBAVTHEMl'U ROOTS 

aro youi local agent* Dam a* tie Sale*. for aale 1k. It 4134 

10 Burnaida Waat (Mil STL...; .'ZTTTTm 


BEACH WOOD AND COAL RANGI 
water Jaekei IS good condufcm |M 
Phone O UK 

SMALL FAWCETT RAHOI. WHITE 
enamel with high ahelt 0SI Carter a 
St«v# 8u>r* 410 Port I till | 

PAwerrr coal and wood - stove. 
a* n»a rname) oven rouoer roll, 14b- 

a JMniti-. 3T44 Deadney Avr-~Oak Bay. 


MAMMOTH CHRYSANTHEMUM ROOTS 
tor vale J5. It 4134 

WANTED - PANSIES POR RESALE. BED- 
ding plant* Do* 3804. Victoria preaa 

ARN ALL 8 OHtVK-IH OAKDRN SHOP 
Quadra Slract at Pemoroka 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


A PHONE CALL TO O kill 
WILL BRINO 

MAYNARDS AUCTIONESBS 


» 1* D O-.d. «*l Mieellng Panel 13 44 _ _ * . « J n " 

Baled Common flooring. V-Joint and ^ Ml S |< a» IS'STKI MINTS ALL NEW ZENITH OIL KINO RANOB 

” ae _ » llh Ciflni b(1 bufnrf lnum|to(1 |Jt , 

Ironing Board, complete with aland II 00 CONSOLE 1-BAND RADIO WITH NEW HUMBER BitOB PORHITURE E211I 

remote 'control ip#aa»r Separate auto- phiqidaIRE ELECTRIC STOVE, LARGE 

SAAAICH LUMBER YARDS --Bbiriet All In excellent condition Co'yll!** ROad*** * **** l ' 1 * 

-rnim Pradotn la Taf , *"i«J OURNEY CTEAM-BNAMEL _4TOVK 

inti Douglas hr rirrwoon 1 for sale- pipe oRQan i STOPS • " h Kan*-' on burn*' Hum* a.vid or 

12018 Keeling 131 U «»'*in*lly in « d C *• hedral end oil With Arum and aland. 11)0 B 4578 

^csurn warden »!• Quadra StrMI .epTJ/a" u“„ ViL. °M.uV 


ALL NEW ZENITH OIL KINO RANOB 
With Cyclov nil burner tnatailod 13k* 
HUMBER BROS rURNITURE .BJUI 

PH IQIDAIRE ELECTRIC STOVE.- LANGE 
viav till <ood condition K 1141 Mil 
Col via* Itoad 


BEDDING PLANTS 

Pull Una of Ptrat-Claa* Raddtng Plant* 

ASPAHAOUS ROOTS- 8PANIHH ONION 
SEEDLINGS 

STRAWBERRY PLANTS 
High Quality Low fi ■ • 

SCOTT & PEDEN 

LIMITED 1 

Mg Cormorant Street O 'I0t 


ONE TABH HEOISTER PRACTICALLY 
new I ITS One candy aho* rear mi- 
Itoiany with plate alaav 'place in pot 
• ravh regtater on lop' U3S Alau elac- 
li -- frige *M5 Apr . TM Yatev 

SOMETHING NEW AND DIPPER ENT 
Elrphanla and black pant bar a. at rcaaou- 
•bla prtrrv 

CAROL ANN OIPT SHOP 
kin Port Strret B JTJJ 

HUNDREDS OP NEW AND USED 
1 record! Tg It PM— three for II 

Scteniy-clght albuina half prlr* B C. 
1 Sound Record Slurp, 143 Purl Street 

ETV33 

POB TOUR USED WASflERS SEE 
ISLAND WASHER 

Ouaranteeo Kipert Repair* to All Make* 


2*e miscellaneous l 

FOR &AIJS 

ROTTED MANURE CINDERS SOIL. 

I rock. II M per yard up Ray |1 per ba a 
at barn 14*4 King* Head H Vyt G >M! 

ALWAYS li'odOU BUY’ AT ACME UnED 
furniture Two full floor* mean greater 
*». rctlnn for y*0 E *451 Me John*on 

PICTPHE PRAM 1(40 
Willlamtdfi'a “BBol* an* Arc Store aao 

•ort Stregt ^ j 

MAY AND STHAW “APPLY MRS W 

Carry Mt Niatut. CliMirugd Haanltb- 
loci 1 

QUANTITY OP SMALL SHELTERS 3 
Eavlly convetud in Mu** rabbit*, doga 
etr Many other u»et Brimoni t)l 4 

IIIUnSH ’sovereign BTRAWHERMY j 
plant* Ordera taken Phone Krating 
IM S J - 

AUTOMATlc rOAL BTOKEH AU. OOM , 
trula good riindition 1133 or of ret I 
UT7R 


lix M IS4 'EL LAN EOU S 
FOR KAIX 

'sale 

GIRLS’ DReS5ES 

SPUING MODELS 

■ Nr a SomtaMa- al 4ltrv'. RaJui Uou* 

bt/» ta 

P.am ntoaifr iWni arm avaief e«i t n,g *i 
tout and fo- krta. *at|<rred flout ' bit 
akli II #» 

Ortarn llllpl P'lltt etriel trim yoke 
and roller 41 »' 

Mauvr niqur mauve and- ahllr tfol 
trim gathered akin with vaahP I) IB 
Uanja prini chartrauar ahl<* toiiaj. 
brown puling tie and collar I) 10 
Whitr mauve and green print laige 
*<|uare neck, green aaeh, aumniery 13 35 


Brown |'li|«r a it It green hrosn and 
white Cherk tup. while vuiiar and 
ruff* It 10 


r»| CTI NICTIV/C kicVA/ IPtC A C * BEAUTIPUL GERHARD HEMvTXlf AM Street 

__ DlbTINCTIVE NEW IDEAS player piann walnut -arel rn- — .7.— — 

non 100 roll* 1140 nr bei-. offer E mil WFSTfNOHOUSE 


FOR THE unut Hon 100 roil* $340 nr be**, offer Itlll. inohouse i . tm 

r'Jic i »i a ituatc brand new never uved 

Coon ter Upping— matel moulding— <ab- BIRO S MUSIC AND HOBBY STORE K a^tc « 7pm 

inet hardware - aand.r rantala . V* Pandora upp 8CER Phone IM3I Q|L HAIinla AU 

— SHAWN IGAN LUMBER YARDS SMAf.L PIANO NEW CDNDmON good condition tUlli'Bl 
>000 GOVERNMENT STREET B !3«t Phone 0 4314 evening* pleaae heater, cnnap 480 Reed J: 


2Mb CLOTHING. FUR8, * pH urn burn,. 

SHOES, ETC. HKINTZMAH PIANO TOR SALE, 4a«0 0l » 

BEIGE SUIT BLACK SUflT BLUR AND 

be.ae rheck rnat all oca black coat. HAWAIIAN OUri AK AND AMPLIFIER. T.**?™. . 
aurdc cloth, pale blue knitted bourle ("Ing >o belt offer G 04J7 

auit all# 18. medium height. Very rea ul _. tM , ml _ u nrkltl OAS MERV 

aonable Phone O 5087 VIOUN •••SIZE WITH MOW CASE „ «ok| 

and muilc aland Ilk O 8851 

NEW 8PRINO SUIT SIZE 14, REASON- • - _ .... NEW OR USB 

able O 733$ USED GUITAR WANTED HiMT trie coal and 


burner aatar lank and . onne-ttunv 

Cnirman oil heater t. 4JTT Jgo FARM IMPLKMKNTS 

FAWCETT STOVE CYCIrOO BURNER, - _ . 

dium nine-loot aland, water lank. 875 ARIBN8 E-HP ROTARY TIUJCR. 
ColoulU 3V2M excellent rundillon 1300 

“ OAS SERVICE* INSTALLATION U,Wf m 

B1O0 GORDON PAGE LTD ^8 J«73 for dcmouauolioit of m.r nea 

NEW OR USED KANOE8 OAS ELEC- Hammer Mill with 3-pulnt mounting It 
trie coal and auod Southall'* O JU81. , wJU T ®“. . _ 


OAS HKRVTt'k - INSTALLATION 
B 14 JB • GORDON PAGE LTD - B 1473 


- ' 3780 Quadra Street E 7483 

MAUVE NET SEMI-FORMAL W6RN PIANO POR SALE SMALL SIZE E 4337 FURNACE AND TTOVE REPAIRS OAS - - h -ArroRR VtirED 

r,” „a‘25 0 ' m™.* ®5”»» o. 1 ™ 

A MANS BROWN HARRIS TWEED Rent O Musical Initrument POUR BURNER OAS RANGE AND Makrr-lt plow* due* and cultivate* In 

coat -lie 18 Cheap B 4424 a *V7U5 CU Hi umen at#n d, e .p | or cti%b b 74TS ona opera' .j'n Pri-rd tfom^ldO 50 up 

GIRL. S COAT! Ill YEARS OLD 48 B Mil J *’ B oV'oefhSfJ'a **° a FAWCETT OIL STOVE. COMPLETE. ?8 °T°dIi^ 3S 'kll*. 1 


RANGE 
B 74TS 


Join the Scnool Band 
or orche4tra 


"FREE" 

DETAILS FOR 
MAIL ORDER BARGAINS 
IN SLIOHTLY USED CLOTH I NO 

10 Dresses for 
$1.50 

Writ# now lor your etialngua 

Hadshion Export 
Clothing Co. 

4tf Water Si i eft 
Naw Turk 3. N Y, USA 


Rental Aboliaa on Purcbaee 
jet* Trombo-1** Cl 


FAwerrr oil stove, 
rl*r*P Im ra«h E 4415 


COMPLETE. 


f torn 1888 up *rr the WlndolPh Garden 
AND Maker- It plow* due* and cultivate* tn 
ona operation Pri-ed from <188 50 up 

IIOTOTILLER HAI.ES 

ET*- 1847 Douglaa Street 

o 7i4i a erti 


Trumpet* Trombona* 
Baiounnoe* .'lute* 
Arcnrdinna 


ciarlnau NEARLY NEW CLARE JEW El. RANOE l>13 j. HF MAMET TRACTOR. CUL- 
Vinlio* aeUutk at g*7 50 G 384] Uvalor. 1140 flanal feeder. 134 Planet 

REACH BEACON COAL AND WOOD dnil ' 1,4 Llke nr * ? ,al * 


An inranenviva wav of ua.-nni your , IO vr ,n very good condition 113818 
(find * mialeal aducatlOh 


FLETCHER BROS. 


CLARE JEWEL RANOE WHITE. POR 
aale. IM or *aap Bel 141 X 


11M On .a a* straat pnona 0 0481 CREAM ENAMEL MAJOR SAWDUST- V** 


JOHN DFERK 1850 < M C CRAWLER 
Juit overhauled Hydraulic winch and 
rorrt Ca ah or uaaa accepted. Caluuiu 


burner vtove $40 B 8138 
MOFFAT ELECTRIC RANOE 


28f RADIOS And TELEVISION ^ P ^.^K£d»nSn^ .140.' B 0 .?.." K 


HEAVY DUTY TRACTOR TRAILER 
FOUR ,v *° McArthur Sa-»«noa. R II 3 VH- 


PI ANSI NO TO HPEND SOME TIME ON WHITE ENAMIX OAS RANGE. EXCEL- ROTOTILLER. 

; the ncarh. tht* *ummey* II *n here* | rn i condition 0 0418 *'® n ' revarge, 

an eirallent NanUnel purtakle tu help — inuv 

I tuu enjoy the ifiwe hour* I'M Phon# ' ir_rrs_»o«N 

"‘ ,i4 HERE'S YOUR RANGE i .... ... 

> STItQMRERO-CARISON RADIO-PHONO- ! _ ’ WE H/ 

gr*|>h cnntb»*t*oij like new . i»*l »5»4, AT WONDER C UL SAVINGS 

aellTsff at 83.4b 05731 1413 D.-uyla* * \ ™ ^ * W ^ V,r,OJ DISC HAP 

RADIO PHONOtgHAPH COMBINATION Clara Jewel Rang*, aith •atarfrjiot TtVATOR* 

H'«utlful walnut rablnet 1171 Centra lor *48 »5 AND THA 

Rnau PaclUo rang* with ale* ourner and UsCD TR. 


EXCELLENT 


CONDI- 

E #4*7 


lion, reverie, reduced tn 8334 K 84*7 
IF IT'S IOHn“ 3EERE ITS THE BEST 


28d FURNITURE For repair* radio*. 

maetim-a #no -»r>*»v 

POR YOUR FURNITURE 8 AKOAf NSI Dliuo* u* ' » 1*11 

Four three pie* e ehe-terMeiu vulte* 

Pruea running from •« to *4* 28k BICYCLES Biul 

Blk-Dlece bedroom *unvv, IN and up uii'riiBi'Vri va 

studio couch I4g MOTORliCLKS 

Flre-pleca chrome kitchen aultev. 443 

and up * H h a 1 ft S . 

PANDORA USED FURNITURE Britain 

1*50 Pandora, near Cook E «l* New Modelv Alt 


RADIO PHOND44HAPH COMBINATION Clara Jewel Range, with •eterfiJOt. 

H> toilful walnut rablnet 1271 Centre tut 188 85 

Road _ Pat-tUe range pith ale* Ourner end 

SMALL PORTABLE RADIO. IJ& PHONE ”" 1 . - T” , '* ... **'* 

afier 3 o'cluck E 74*4 Pacif.a amid and e»*l range with water - 

frant 8Z9 85 

IT'S KENT'S . “ u M, _ m.I? 

For repairt raulov Ulevlalon aavhing Acme wood and eoai rang* with eatrs 

maervm^ and •»»»«■* 'U •* **»'! awe# •«*•* *wna oomoartmeni *#» #1 


IT'S KENT'S 


CHEMrKRMELD CLEANINO f4er»U# Lid. 

W* will come to vour burn* and claan. ggy p., f t street K *828 

demoth four three- piara chaaierfield foi 

•rlv 811 All work iuaranteed We *l*« BICYCLES THREE SPEEDS TUIOOEH 


B 8 A MBA! 1184! 

Britain • Beat • 

New Model* A. way* In Sloc-k 
BROOK!. ANDR MOTORCYCLE BALES X 
Ser»Ue Lid. 

837 Fort street k *824 


e«W taut c oaBv rtwcBt 888 *4 

Ona modern wood neater 818 

and theaa appliance*: 

O-K refrigerator *Ti 

Ra*y vacuum cup waaber .. 1*8 

Beatty naahtr a* new 8*8 40 

BUTLER BROS. 

Keating Cro*a Road Kaaitng 80 


C » WE HAVE IN STOCK: 

DISC IIARROWB PLOWS CUL- 
f i uot. TIVATOM. MOWERS. GARDEN 

188 85 AND THACTOR ROTOVATORS. 

and USED TRACTORS AND EQUIP- 

,J> >S MENT. 

lalel- 

8J9 85 Attend ihe South Satnlcb Farmer*" lh- 
14 U00 tututr FIELD DAY *l W W MICHKLL S 
848 84 FARM WEDNESDAY APRIL 15th SEE 
THE NEW KORD GOLDEN JUBILEE 
AVa? TRACTOR WORKING IN THE FIELD 


National Motors Ltd. 

TRACTOR DIVISION *35 VIEW ST 
'Phon* O 8177 


ATTENTION 


clean rarpet* and automobile upnoialerv 
Cell Ambattador Hum* Service H 4412 


control iu»i like paw HUM) Guar- # e c*v/c c t, 

an teed 11 month! Victory Cycle Work* v ^ V C. ■? * 

4g5 Jnhnvnn %t»#et McCtarv A<it>/in«iic *-l*it.»c lo'-aater 

Heater 38 Imi'crtai Gallon* 

1844 FRANCIS BURMETT AUTO CYCLE Regular $139 50 la»a 

with I *51 llrenve mu*l lie void Make («** ynur old ranaa Duller 30 00 
me an offer lermi It aantrd O 8444 - — - 

or 1530 Lionel Slreei New price 1138 50 

Int'allaiion eaira 


KILSHAWI THE hOCTTONEERS 

Ilia Fart Street Pb-.o* 0 0441 >*<* FRANCIS BURNETT AUTO CYCLE 

W# will hi foi caan m aeli fa* vou with 1831 llrenve, mu*l a# void ,\t*y* 

Furntaningi and Efferu me an offer term* If a*ntr«l O 5444 

See Uf flrat or laat or 1438 Ltonel Street 


OOLD DAMASK C7HESTEHF1EI.D <TRA 

dltionoH. 180 8 by 12 maroon UriU*h 

India rug with underfelt 1143 voltd waL 
nut book rat*. 8 ft tall. IJ5 Thor Olad- 
iron, uved only few time* 1130 G 4489 


Suburbanite' Farmer* Cummerclat 
l Ornwer*. Nunrrjmrn. Gardener* Th» 
lea -rn*i OARDCK PAL ene of two- 
v*her*| TRACTOR-TII LER doe* all vnor 
Garden and L**n Chore* If* a Quai- 
nt -Built itotark Tiller Poarr Mower 
and t.iardrn Trartor Popular 7 3'* or 
I3.hn engine* Tranamlaalnn Clutch ron* 
trul Many ra*v-tn-mirimt attachment* 
For further inf-rm -tion t*hone 


OOLD DAMASK C7HESTKHFI Kf.D 'TRA- A SHORTAGE OF USED MOTORCYCLES _ , , u . * i/ WfraA fflrmlrknfl I fL fn I tA 

ditiunali. 180 8 br 12 maroon Beituh U drteioplnB Wtiai have you to »eH7 rCOPn, Goodman Oi McKenZtC AITreCJ L>OrmiCnOe! 0> L-O. LIQ. 


R Shank' and non* Oougla* north of Hardware - Bern F 
the round ai'O'it Bee ut ueiore you buy. go? t'ormotani Street 


nut bookcaae. 8 ft tall. (89 Thor Olad- the roundanout Bee u* tielure ynu buy 
tron. umd only few tlmta .130 04488.. ^ ^ ^ ROYAL EMYTEI.T1 RE 


Barn F-apt- — Irrigation |]it RR< iAD SI REST 
Street B 7811 


FURMITURE AND Rf?GS EXPf.KTI.V liab.r tran'purtai In food condition '2#lll 

Cleaned al out m*'4ern ntant or In your fur lJ3n Albion 148 II. 


home Walla and crillng* cleaned Fvra 
ea'lmatev Ca>oetortum Co 1118 Van 
eeuver I 2881 


MACItlNKiff 

CLETRAC FD 3 


DAVID BROWN 


i'LITHAC FD 2 Swo fh* maenilKani new Croumavter 

INDIAN COMMERCIAL MOTORCYCLE w ... c lrro ^7 ,, ,h ,r » 0 n *n.|. mi Tractor Oulatending *alue in the 3 - 3 

with IK.* Beal offer over 1335 Apply Jf" 1 ' y.™ i n wllb bi.de and »>•» rlaaa a new atandard in hvdraul- 

Wh.taker fc Re«er.omb Ltd no View at carry -1“ $3 »Oo “ ^ imolomenl control. 

3041 CC EXCELSIOR 8PR1NO-FRAME. PEDEN GOODMAN At McKENZIE r-Anorat us. iff 

1*48 II 40 E 3085 1003 Frmberton Rd 307 Cormurant Utreet B 7811 (jAKDcN MUUbt 

FOR SALE I.ADV B CCM BICYCLE, CEMENT MIXERS FOR RENT EAST SAANICH ROAD ELK LAKE 

good condition. 125 Ptv.ne <1 7017 8* 50 per day. delivered 112214. ROYAL OAK. 

— Phon* Colquit* 318T 


*Df Vf.ijn fllfflA AND (.'PHdIATIHKIl VltUJ4iilfC (irr)*lll. IJ.DOO 

furniturg faded » If *a th. ' C.r«.“!m 3U0 CC EXCEISIOR SPRINO-FRAMr. PEDEN GOODMAN A McKENZIE 
Mil retior* them to a roloi of «our lw# »H» E 1083 1003 FtmberWB Rd 307 Cormorant Street 117811 

ehoire Free eattmate* on our naw *erv- Kua jfALE I.ADV B CCM BICYCLE CEMENT MIXERS FOR RENT 

. ____ good condition. 124 Phone O >037 It 50 per day. delivered It 3314. _ 

A ? l " A 2 . .? HOP . . BICVCLKS AU. SIZES AND REPAIR 


CEMENT MIXERS FOR RENT 

84 59 per day. deltvarad S 3214. 


CRjpv£53£» -TJ STW-5K 

Sale l Alteration* ttfpaira AUT<X‘YCLE 1848 NORMAN. OOOO 

Quadra at HlUaid* G 4vJ» condlti-m. 4?0 B 1885 


G %yJ5 condition. |70 


THE NEW fURBOMATIC 
A Fluid Drive Cham Sow 


ATTENTION 

Suburbanite* Farmer* Commireial 


LOVELY HEAVY HAND- MADE PERSIAN EVERYTHING IN BICYCLE REPAIRS Wr.n -ir Phone lor Bilormaituh on rule Grower* Kuraerymeo, Oardenera - The 
rug. 4 fL a I It eicellent eondlttoa. B»nard Ud I4ni Doug.** 0 5811 Baw Which Will Lower Your Cutting iow-<o*t GARDEN PAL* on# of two- 

*71 80 Oriental Dnkhara aeaiter rue. * - - Coau or Sea It at , hM l TRACTOR-TILLERS diet *11 v ur 


>1 inrhe* ■ 58 inrhea, baat cuodltlon. MANS HIKE. GENERATOR C.4RRIFH 


Phon# B 1084 


hub brake*, three-ipeed l.'O 


Garden and Lawn Chorea If* a Qual- 

NATIONAL MOTORS LTD. Rotarv Tiller Power .gower 

Traylor D.v.aion 

O 8177 8J3 VIEW STREEI i f o| Many eaav-to-mount aMtrhment*. 


THREE PIECE CHESTER FI El LJ. TWIN- OIRL B RICYC1.E PERFECT CONDI- 
bed itudln Icrance Pro*» Kin* frldae. ti an 3834 Shelbourne 
bullet, many other Item* Good condi- 
tion Reasonable E 7318 W"-C C TRIUMPH. OOOD BODY. TIRES 

ABRUW S ONPAINTEO “ FURNITURE * n<1 "° 4 ° r * 12 * * 4530 

•area yoo mooay 1811 aovarnmenl or BRAND NEW BOYS CCM BICYCLE 

? A ' Vaiaa 4'5 Colq 48 T 

used’ APPLIANCES and furniture RACING BIKE KXCKI.IXNT CONDI 
IN STANDARDS VIEW STREET WARE- tun. 117 50 T. e«t 


and Oard-n Tractor Popular 2 2'« ur 

1-h p enamei Tranammlon Cluteh fun- 


For further information phone 

2Hn GARDENS and SUPPLIES r . . , - . * t. 

Cormcnoel Equipment Ltd 

On an .JShe l VSSf I ?SSpt baddinf 1 **** Bri »* d 8 »«‘ ° ,J « 

piam* _____ 

RUDOLPH'S GARDEN MARKET , . _ 

711 Cur mot ant Street _ E latl SPECIALS 

RESTOCK YOUR FISH Poo; -OOLD- ror<1 r(c ondltloned 1*15 

run ail *irr. and typei turtle*, line*, p.rmaii Cub 8*54 

•'•'ey hyauhth* lettu-* aim 'Vivnen j„|,n Deere Model D it 3»t 

•« at Rlanahard ^ Unr 0 , Uif4 r , (m 

AMERICAN tbl 8 .bpra Y" At-HMiNUM peden, Goodman & McKenzie 

P.IW 8 f< evenun* to l« M be* die YcAir I*' and John Deere Dealer 
• r.ra, Itlial »•»» • • *rine parkway, or Harnaa.e Barn Knot. - Irrigation 

.pot cue • li 'en to any hove, pike *13 50 Cormorant Sirvet ft 7811 

Call It *383 - 

miwfii puts urn a ninoBarHa •''P ANTH|l'KS snd CHINA 


BOUSE VIEW UP FROM DOUGLAS 

NEW OR USED FURNITURE AT LOW- 
aa< oneet and oevt aelec'.lon 

VOOUE FURNITURE HOUSE 

REFAIRS FRENCH POLISHING Fir*, 
nliure IteliniahWf Free eaumate* 
SPECIALTY FINISHERS. B *4t3 

GOODS MOLD AT 
MAYNARDS AUC TIuNEEItS 
ar* bringing h an u<l<*a ritAti* <1 5831' 

TWO UPlti iLSTFKCU ARM CHAIRS, 
miadern rteaien. very tood cohdltlon. 825 

«.r owt 

FAWCETT MAYFAIR KITCHEN RANOE 
new eoradltloo B 7834 

BED FULL SIZE NEW; SPRING AND 
Slmmun* mature* 840 O 3418 

TTY O- PIECE WINE CMEB7 LJtg 1EU) 
anlte. (13 O 307* 

SEEDS USED FURNITURE 
(III Furt Street EoEJJ B 1885 


TRADE-IN SPECIALS 

Olfc* chruma arm d*v*npor( 


GIRLS SECOND-HAND BICYCLE IN 

• ■Mid mndltinn *1 8212 

LADY S BICYCLE. CCM IN GOOD 
r>»irtlll"fi 81 M .'77 

OIRL 14 AND HOY S BICYCLE. I* G 8441 


SPECIALS 


Les Blow's 
Motorcycle Sales 

A yen'* fer Trlumi'h. USA A J S 
Mai>hi*M Kwetwn. Jamri a a 
Fr»rkl»-B*rnet( 


Offer* you the lergevt aeieettun of 
New and Uaeii Motorcyrle* oo Van- 
couver leiand 

Good marrhandDa A good aaleetlon 
meant a cuud deal 


.pot cJk>- I* 'en to on* hove, pike 813. M. M7 Cormorant Street 
Call II >543 


FLOWER POTS 


BIRDBATHS 


vieppitu; «tone» and acoaaiorie* 

COLOR * CONCRETE CO 
353 Iv.ai, J ilicnaat 


Hhune Sel 18 


- PtANTB 

Caanationa delphinium* doronUum*. 
mum* vnapdraaun* Oupnailr tehdol, 
4472 Tvndall Avenue Oordcin Head 
Albion 117 

CHEAP rOH QUICK SALE ~ UISCEL- 
leneoua htiuarhuld artlclei, cooking uten- 
•II* cutlery, diahea. Sower*, pillow*, bed- 
ding ale Ideal, for camper*. 1137 
l.yali. B*<ntrm*i' * 

ALL - CREAM - KNAM8T. FAWCETT 
range With oil burner l«u drum, *nd 
aland. S34i ke box 119 C C NT eltl a 
bury fie. good condition |24 ja«l High 
Street CtUguiia lad Y 

FIVE COMMERCIAL INDIRECT 
chromium Ught fu'urea. Ilk# n#a not 
fluoreaceni, in u*e at PauC* B4k>'( 
Healaurant Rldiculnualy low price. Coo- 
tect manager 

FOR SALE 30-GAUGE WINCHESTER 
reprater. Model 12 pump aholgun excel- 
lent condition Snap price (33 aith 
wiella Sunday aflcrnown 743 Oliver 

B'.ieel O 8ia8 

SET FIRE DOGS WOOD ''ARHIBH AND 
flreplare bru«h *«i all lor 47 50 roll 
rim bigh-bai k amk with *ap*. 117 -.0 
large rr»am limn with mirror 113 3U 
Urge cream buffet 113 50 0 5391 

SPECIAL — DRY BELT NETTED OEM 
putatuev, 13 83 hundred Freah dallv 
Bedding plant* vegetable* and flower* 
from our farm* Commercial Farmni, 
34*7 Foul Bay at Nell 

HIFLE. 20 M ‘ BPRINOFIELD". »HOT- 
«un. 14 aauge; uo»n at nea Table *»w 
wi'h one-horee mnlur Fleht-lnrb Mall- 
vaill taw with gr mdatone Two-wheel 
trailer with 14-lnrh wheel* V. 2843 

BOMETMfNO NEW AND DIFFERENT IN 
plaque*- Elephant* and Mark panther*, 
at reatonabfe price* 

CAROL ANN OIFT SHOP 
•35 Fort Street B 2732 

ONE THREE - PIECE Clf ENTTRPtFLD 
lady a yanlfy ami bench treadle Singer 
tewing machine Claaolln vacuum cleaner. 
dblMl ele Phone B 8437 

K1TCUEN TABLE AND T^TTAIRS,’ l« 
vmall rug apd veatter mat, |4. wood and 
coal range (I girl a coal. 10 jear* old * 
18 B 8S7J 

WHITE ENAMEL urm: 4NOE "ah 

new rouverted to ail. (75 alao Singer 
tew mg mar hlne, drep-head. 820 B 870# 
31341 Lafageue 

BARGAIN ~ 

Prlgidaiia aia-rubk-fnol refrlteraiar. 
Frlaliialrr eight-cublc-furtf refrlgerafdr 
Eaay Spin-Dry wither Term* E 8403 

SMALL <30 m :s CARPET r\S.\SKH, 
cheatrrfleld itudln lounge table, chauv. 
buffet, electrle riptb. and ulher Item* 

Phone E 44911 , 

I OIL RANOE BEACH. 840. 1 CIBCU- 
latlng healer. 813 40. I rheaterfteld 
chair. 13. I klirhen table, 81 Ml. I *iAr.d 
and lamp, nn ahade. $1 1191 Furl 8u 

ONE ELECTRIC PIN-BALL MACHINE 
mola Way i, |J0; one Dlrtafnr ranaule 
radio in perfert andltion 140 Call 
at 3437 Heymour Avenue 

MODERN MASON Ik KI8CH P 
Colonial 15 month* old u<rd rlauiral 
Piano muak-theory texibooka. advann 
gradea .1934 Shelbourne 

30 OALLON OALVANIZED WATER 
lank, 1'# yeaM with aquaitai and ele- 
mcni 335 or offer, alia furniture. Id 
very good condition O 4828 

I DRAWER DOUBLE PEDESTAL ~UAK 
offl/e de»k, complete with fold-away 
Uuderwaud Standard typewriter, man * 
USA bicycle 3-tpevd gear E 5777 

4 SECTIONAL CHAIIIS. 810 I ClfEH- 
terfleld rhair |2U, 1 dinina-rnom *u|ie, 
824 1 t* 12 Wilton. (1110, 1 8112 WlHon. 

859 E 8141 

3 WARDROUE~TRUNKS ROYAL TV pr’- 
i writer. u-K i*dio, folding fire *<r*9U. 

1 eo.-yrlupaedia, all in yuad condlllnu 

Phone B 1784 J2M Faithful 

POR HALE l<E>'K lORltATOK iFHtOID- 
alrei, 8«,;ufjk feet new alao Hotpoint 
electrle range ithree burner* and thrift 
tucker' For appointment phone O 4341, 

NATURAL BLOND KITCHEN BUFFET 

glaxa door* *er* geod rondltian alto 
grey tlivme atool tour-foul 140 or of- 
fer B 8435. 

ENGLISH NUPEfl - CLIPPER LAWN 
mower boll bearing* leather enrket 
hgg buckakln erkkat pad* Phene 
B 4MI4 

ADDINO MACHINES CASH REGISTERS 
Aim allting machine* and parkagtng 
train Owen'a 038 Jobnaon Strati 
C 9393 - 

All. TYPES OF KrYS CUT WHILE YOU 
• alt. Guaran'ted h' 

PRICKS KEY SHOP 
847 Fnrt Strret I'll, me O 4121 

THOR HKCONDITIONKD WA4IIINO 
machine, enamel mi. only 85* 34 t;, 

T*y|#l Home Appliance Co. 143* Guvern- 
mrnt Stree' at Cormorarit * 3241 

RENT A WASHING MACHINE AT 53 00 
per month Four month*' rental mav be 
applied oa ourcha<e neither Hru* 
a o’.c i 

GENERAL PURP6a~T7u>&S AND”pLAT 
3*. ut, per gallon. |J 98 rolora and whita 
Halda Paint Mfg Co Ltd. 1302 Wharf 
I (tree* ifnul of Yateat 


good condition, tli B 1707 

DAHLIAS. GROWER TO YOO. IflO 
namrd tarlrli' • 25c and 50c 181? 

MrRae 

OIL BROODER USED ONE SEASON 
Silent Sioui (2b Stdnrv Duck (arm 
Phan* Sidney I8u 

LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED U 1014 
fur pickup and delivery. Price a Baw 
Stiup *' tb* H'lutidabuut 850 Gorge Rd 

REFRIGERATOR PERFECT CONDI- 
dniiui. u«rEain Owner aelllnt out 
Phunr Albion 244R 

LADY » RIDING BOOTH SIZE 8 UKF 
new 810. breechra. walai 38 II 

0 2818 

hot watYr dAcmrr heater with 
vawduat ournrr r»inp!e(e, alao roppar 
rail for furnace E 0283 

GURNEY ELECTRIC RANGE TABLE 
lop. in good inndtuou. 8134 nr near «f- 
f»r Belmoni »4E 

PORTABLE SINGER SIWINO MA- 
rhlue, /ever** alttrli. and 'able 4 ninnthi 
old u»#d 5 lime* H40 O M88 
•40 easy washing 'machine good 

coodftmn cpbmet radio. 115 881 Tat- 

teraatl Drive 

LILY OF THE VALLEY CLUMPS BLUE 
puppiei. Japaneae anename* 25c 3014 

Odar Hill Hn.rf 

FOLDINO ALUMINUM IIAHY BTKOI.L- 
•r with *liopptng back, good condition 
K 0543 

VACUUM CLEANER OR POLIRfirU 
credit vcrlp fur 820 or bell otfor. JUvone 
O *283 


I liver organdie front l< 15 

8 Bruwu and white novel'y iquare*. largr 
niumi neck wtlh white wwlfle Irlm, 
brnwn bulliim ~ 53 35 

1. N*vy and white dnl dimity with laorj 
while organdie yuke 54 15 

I Unuiual model Yellow grey and white 
•tarred *eer«ucker yellow 'rim ii 7» 
• TurquntK |M>pl|n, Imprevved pleat* 
armind hip line; rhiuetntte bu'lru 
trim It 7* 

SIZE 14X 

I Waffle NYLON a. rurdion pleat. DUue 
atone buiiou Dim 14 13 

Tti**e Sam lit* Special* are no', 
often available and offer lit# 
thrifty •lujpiM-r a genuine oppor- 
tunity i« ecouaniixr *r»J at tha 
••me Urn* io nelignt the family 
AIT the above vubjert to prior aal« 

The Borqom Shop 

748 Ft*! S' reel 
A Good rt*'C to Save 


WOODWARD'S 

Used Merchandise 
Top Quality Trade-Ins 
30-Day Guarantee 

750 PANDORA AVENUE 

OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY ONLY 
B 1833 - H 7231 


MISIKLLA.NEOLS 

4TOR SAIJ5 


.SPRING SALE 

of 

Appliance Values 

S$ $ SAVE $$$ 

Don't wait Till neht Winter 

t*h* ^ btSUlUnl or. hcat-gejxeroiu. 

DUO-THERM 

FUEL OIL 
CIRCULATING — 

HEATERS 


AND SAVE ON LOW, LOW 

SPRING PRICES 
FREE' 

With every heater If you ouy nn* 
one-day .ana — -ut draft minder -on# 
automailc thermo-'aiv only 

$8 50 Down 

PLACED ONE IN 
YOUR HOME 

DON'T JUST 
READ ABOUT IT! 

(Mine In and vee lira all-new "‘Roiamatiy" 
• wivcd-luo vkaher (law tutier - puwrr.cd 


EUREKA 


o 7 >gi We*lln*tiou*e Electric Han*e, full *Ue 

— with warmer 524» 5u 

LARUE L4JAD CUNKERS. PRCE^FOR M' Clan Urclrlc Maine a III’,* enamel 
hauling, on Vf-BiUl* comer Quernv | ul j , a . gjjg 

Ayetiu* H l»J* Nurye Ele. trie Ramie vrlth warmer 

1974 PORD COUPE OOOO RUBBER. #; •*» Ml 

J ood motor. Reatar good paint, 8275 M.ffall Model U44C52 Electric Rany 

IbJun 223 R . *( 8J98 i « 

POykEHPlJL ENGLISH TELESCOPE *0 HotpvIlU 8 ectrie Hinge pu.h-buUwn 
itojfct gl*** 1% mch, ii»j oo 

l**?ii*r cam ftlititf S4S R "31* r*D-i>u»t»Rr poi'A^ Eletiru 

lUnilNtJTON^ AUTOMATIC SIIOTUyN, *' „ . 

11 gauge. 150 or clo«e>l offer Will Frlgldair* Rel.lgeratur Mode. a'htOC 

accept naif cavh K 385* •! W » 

CONVFRTO. FOLD-AWAY RED. BARTS * « f ’ 

rommude. cnair ana other • article*. A'Dal Mef rUera'.or l.yjo 

E *042 Inlernailulial Harvester Refrtsera'or 

SPLENDID CAMP RATH LARGE SAW- *' .. 

dutl burner, gramophone many other Phillip Three-Speed Radii* Combination 
lt*ma. cheap X 8901 In walnut . -- 1188 85 

SAWDUST BURNER FOR STOVE AND Sl,na,r ' 1 Ch.HbUia' -n 

furnace. cauip-an: hoi-aairr alnta* n,n,n 

trike, girl'a bicycle O Mil Marconi Radio, walnut flnuh 878 50 

NEW HEFRIOERATOIL TWO MONTHS ^• BO - R '* rh * ,|B0 ' ,IL n . *Jl 

u«*d good reduction for raah 388 •' »*«!•»« 

Beaumont a THERE ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE 

SMALL ICE REFRIGERATOR MANY APPUANCfp AT THY PANDORA 
enameled metal. 88 0 2384 AVENUE SHOWROOM 


Thai everyone u tala', ni about and 

by euv ng nnw you auv* (jo to IJO on 
, ihia aiaa&i * 'leaner only 

$9.95 Down 

PLACES ONE IK 
YOirn HOME 

Do you wont a brand 
new double-tub Beatty 
Washer with 

NO DOWN PAYMENT? 

Well, here it is! 

C e /, ert Eor »b“ r 0| d «avher regard* 
lOO JU lea* of age ar condition 
Get your nea Realty dnubl* tub wa«ner 
noa' Regular »2i# 5P tf tco r\A 
u*a your trade-in J I O J UU 

MORE 

TRADE-IN SPECIALS’ 

ONE MKPRIOKR ATOR POR ONLY 840 59 
ONE ELECT 'NIC RANGE FOR ONLY 
128.39 

ONE VOOU a NO COAL RANGE PU» 

UNIY GbftO 

ONE ALL-8TTEL ICE-BOX FOR ONLY 

8* 59 

ONE FKIQIDA1RK RIFK IGEHA IOR. 
N8.W UNIT FIRST-CLASS CONDITION 
FOB ONLY 1288 59 

ONE ' ASTHAL R8PWIGERA70R WITH 
TABLE FOR ONLY 878 50 
ONE MGFFAt ELECTRIC RANGE FOR 
ONLY 838 30 

MAIN FLOOR 

Me & Me 


A OENDHON FOLDING BABY CAR- LOW DO WfC PAYMENTS EASY TERMS 
rlage. In goud abape. 135. E 0987 

ICE Bol #10 OR EXCHANGE FOR 
large tricycle O 7084 

BLUE RIVER DIAMOND RING. NEW EATON'S 

8120. »acriflce 893. E 2993. 

tohcan pah hkatkh 88 roli-kr Trode-ln Department 

akate*^ II 29. 8j 12 earpdt._»38 _K8*80 K * 

two riding saddles for sale 1009 Broad Street 

I imi. e r. *81- • We have a large •-«ortmem uf 'rail* 

f AHOE FRfGIDAf HE ELECTRIC RANGE, in* fur you io *ee *( 1008 tl-oad Slreei 
av near. 8215 U 3Hi>4 Ltalad belua ar* 0IMV a few of m 


EATON'S 

Trode-ln Department 
1009 Broad Street 


av new. 1333 B 1898 l.talerl belua are Oltlf a few of in# 

• CUBIC roar FUIoTdaIRE ntFRlO- 1 it f 

eeator .. new. 1193 U S9C< ‘ wa^.nd ciL 1^9 81."“'" 

Tit HEX AWNINGS GO<3D CONDITION blnatlon IliOOO 

reaaonable 412 Ikalla* Rd 0 833* I w-«uiighuu*e elerlyir wood and 

WHITE ENAMEL R17BRISH BURNER . JJJ* eSaTidVinM r "“‘' 25 M 

With cupper cull New ruadltlun G 9109 ‘ '•'«** 

CONTENTS OF HOUSE FOR SALE J and " ' “ 

rbevterf leld rug table Fhu.tr 0 .774 ‘ Stf cu*"mal!“* ' .8 00 

1850 FORD CONVERTIBLE RADIO AND | Wolfe wornl and coal range 38 «0 

heater Phone between 5 and I. B 1707 , Prl(t<u ,„ rrfrtirr , Wr _ nil 

ICE BOX 818 OR EXC11ANOE FOR J Thur a a* her (8 00 

Urge u.rvrlc R 7084 »Ba.v apin-.I.y wa.her 

SOFT ICE CREAM MACHINE A-l CON- i Acme wood and rnal hearer 33 80 

dltion 1'. -gallon capacity 1790 E 4807. C»me nn duan Monday and vf* 

Jr . -r-ur r * av u, » v "" »«Y ' T, ’ ,r '' •' 

in«t3* 0 T (Sn DB,V * ra * tA * Y W Y 1B departmen' |0O8 Rmad 8lT*»L. 

CLEAN UP RERVICE - DUMP~ TRUCK. T PATOM CD 

two men 0 9431 1 • Cr ' 1 V - /,N 


In departmem 1 00# Rrnad S'.ieet, 


t-OH SALE 


- — — CA Wt j>Pr <WC^ £ !'8 L A STRAWBERRIES aOYBBEION, 818: window t«day Il'a a S8HMN8 *mall- 

ACCESSORIES Aurhlncrolve Climax 110 per thadvand ••*# dliilne vulta In walnut, priced lower 

( Moa*. 4593 Wllkln*on Read Culq. ‘han Juat a cheap dine"* aal. II ron- 
3841 2845 2841 Oouglaa Slreei O 78*3 *i<l *>*'* of fnur full leather -aeated rhaira. 

a regular ,-f«-<torv table nnd :h* aide 

TOP S*'!L M A NITRE SffAVfNOS. bo»,d Full pllce I* 18b yO A While 


SMALL DINING SUITE 
Another «I thoao "real apeciaia" in our 
window today It * a r.x-pieco amall- 
*'»e diutng vulta In walnut, priced lower 


Two-pteca chrum* arm davenport 
HUtl a IM Ml 

Fill"* arm rheaterfield 4J5 oo _ ' — kerrariug F"r Bependahti aervko away cot with felt mat'rrv> ti to ten* 

Three n ,. . * ovey '# fat Only to net month n m» of u'liar uaeful u**d fvrn.iMit al pruea 

Tbreo-ple, a rhaatetfiald aul-a 978 40 If ynu de i.le In pu"ha-e all ren'al folg, „„ a rford t" par 

THiae-piri* rnevtetflrid aul'O |7> DO l»a*ot*Ri- *i • *e«t oft tn* pr.<-* .if 'n# H I NT S4ANICH ol 4D GARDENS WALL Y GRAY US ID FURNITURE 

a a - Wa'nui h*d * .11 , U1R* You -an l mu Coma in and oia.iioiu* kill'* Puaho M#r«*t Col- ai7-i.it jnr>i\*nn rt 1831 

a * wanut bad 815 ud t|| q.ji'i t« J • 

Siv pier* natural diaet'a ijt 50 , ___ MONEY SAVING BFECTAUI 

tAai'i'H luuf.oier* * a tv, IAWN MoMER FOR SALE FIVE i:,.d Waliftav. wall - mean 

"* iti* * Uf P,r * * * mdronm KUDIlijUN J n.auea fuucieo. litrb 9-4 uni Carry u.ake* 110 00 

,l °* 00 i *0? Sreao tail Boanirh after 9 <leu5'4 Wrlal Watch** . .. 98 59 up 

W..,.ut w....f..i aadranm auit. ..litoo OARDENS BOTOVATCO KNTKMI WrM» 

Chrnm* l*B|* (37 50 WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF SICYCLta w -II gat* No hr..k*n vprlnc rhata*. w ,u “ w .V. . _ _ '• " 

9 8 meiai bad with aprlng 18 50 Fr.a Pka Uu and Deiiverj Anno Leigh Keattn# 50V collect. » tofo p,. nUrokrr A 1901 Govern men I 

Oa# buffet 835 00 _ _ _ _ arm II e NT i IIP HAND GAItOKN . _ . . . 


TRY CYCLING 


top S' 'tL M A NITRE Slf A VINOS, Via id Full pile* I* l«b "0. t 

gravel fill, bl**l rock* ditching and enamel electric rangei'e 120 V 


away toi w|>h felt mal'rr" 1140 Lm* 
of ii'Jiar uveful '•**«! f irr.iimt al price* 
talk* - a ii afford tv* par 

WALLY OHAY USD PlIRNTTUHB 

•17-aio jmn*nr> n t43i 


ROBINSONS 


Fr*a Pick Uu and Deiiverj 


HARRIS CYCLE 

HOME FURNITURE CO. ”• 

835 PORT ErREET lAttOV# Blanahard' 'J*| STOVES and FUttNAI KS 


831 PORT ErREET i Aitova Blanahard 

S 5118 


OAS RANGES NEW AND USED TWO 


*»n 'IMP 1727 nwiwin 8 KLT an • r.on W |(rh 

•••mil «fti» Ho br«Htn •print ch«c«»*. . MV W . 1 ‘, . - r ** B 

Arnte Le.gh Realm. 50Y collect, O 8of* ^. nI|rokfr **“ WM ‘ {Jt Goy.rnment 

FVJR RENT • -IIP HAND O ARDEN _ nAW1JII WITM 

ira.tiv. with ulna dlvr rultlvaii.r M3* TABLE S, AWMILL FOR SALE WITH 

til.lrurn RriA I 41 'lua •hlOflf |fld lh®t* rfl«K^r. 

" K'* 1 taae-off norar nags ia-foui drm »H 

l.<K» ANBFRIf Y AND MOYSFNI7EIIM Y 4(1- nn h II' fnver led luulh va*. 10- Inch 

lip« f'»t -ai*. 1703 iranhird A <e. Cul- ••*•!«» ahingia vaw All alvei carriage 
uui'v «2 B frklion I*wd lor *inly 11.100 Cali Mr. 

Itarrun. etr* beta**n 9 and 7. 1128 


7 B'oe IM Ml burner*. IM Rt 81(0 98 ««CIBt "VE-YARO LOADS NG I f.ndor. Vin.rta RC 

EAGLE SALES it EATINO AND HOME *'* u M * nur « '» r «* f0fk TALI YOUR SHAVING 


K.ir\A/ • APPLIANCES ***»»» 

INtW '••" r "G ■»•••« 1 1823 I'tOAN TIPS FROM YQt 

CHESTERFIELD SUITE? 


r» 1(84 ' TALE YOUR 8RAVINO PROBLEMS TO 

Ihe Shaver Shop W* will help you 
3#73 | 'wiAN TIPS FROM YOUNG HEALTHY , v .»Pt me beal aharer tor yOut Ota-d 
naw p'att’* »•' h or 51 * duaan Album Thirtv-dav Inal to convince vno Lih- 

Ona hour re 


No! It’s Your Old One Re- 
covered by Our Experts! 


Cirlu oil burner fout-M viand drum HEBt tOP OOIL 93 ao MANURE 
and filter *"■! IlMlivi. • 175 or ' **i Offer rock cinder* and eravel E 3T78 
E_vcn," 35.x Maynard Slreei TYRRELL 8 NUfO't HIES 4081 QUADRA 

OURNEY COMBINATION WOOD. COAL Oi*en *wven day* weekly 


era I frkda-lb allowance On*. hour re- 
pair aervire 

mi SHAVER SHOP 
1810 Broad Street , E 0091 

ATTENTION' YO0NOBTERS AND OLD- 
»l*f| Whether you nave a nobby or 


Drop in and i-hot/a* l rum a wide aOler.Uon oven ( 
nt the lateal deatail* In frkae- twin I* pearar 
and matalaaao . You II be vurprtted al R 4131 
ih* reavonabie -oat on ro-toyermg aigp- 
rhvenn* rebuilding or drapery wnrk MODI 


- nf * MR OARDENFR HKE OUR SOLID OAK *'»!> to atari ona you ll Had avecyming 

oven eonirol Good MMItian, amart ap- * l0% , r luot n »tn 7 you need at 

pearanrw. 1175 Mala Oectflt. 1821 Cop* HOBBIES AND CRAFTS UNLIMITED 


141 View Siren 


Phuua B 7822 


SQUARE DEAL 
SECOND HAND SALES 

riva-t'itc* Walnut nedio .m sun* ( 
S.a-Pte.-a Wateilal! Bedroom Sut'e ( 
AH-Wblt# Enamel Electric Hangcie 


Ig** 4 * 1 ' MODERN WHnX-ENAMBL RANOE IT'^ QPDINJ^ 

wan Major d# .uae i#»-l"*' Bhinci rf J JrlMINU 

Hogel's Chesterfield House ffi."b^rJBS r Ami and 

838 JOHNSON ST. U J#*fc * 2381. 

>»AV1.5 GALLON AND M OALLON GARDEN T ME 

drum furttaao w th nr withoul rating* v -" w ia-. 

Model Sheet Mini Wart* 2018 Dougl** 

i s. ran ■ S'.i _ W e con supply you with 

HOUWKMOLD FURNITURE FIVE COAL a, . 

ES and wi.no r«n*e* at** m» a pm:* ALL your gofucmng neeas 

call III peevoti *• Idiu itoveenmeeil Waiertng cant 3' * aailon *ia«. only 81 *8 
•J 1'hM.r G 3014 Going nut nf bu.tnev. Wk- ,„, pi „„ <utu „ tfU||| 

, ||g SAVE i.ASGR *» h 114* 

918 no Yiaa aatima'aa in 89nH8r.log »aoi ca>g# Nalf-tnrh nn»-el» 8**'teo boa* He p8r fi 

t* |3i Of furnaoo lo all Wlnduo •> reen* all popular aiaev 

nf 995 AS SOAKER S IMT prl. * #5r tl J5 

no 9?9 SFECIAI Heilae 'hear* finavt quanta Sheffield 


Model Sheet M*«al Wart* 3018 Oo"8la* 

■g reet I iSl-i 

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FIVE COAL 
and wnno r«n*r> Give m» • MS*' 
Call in per uin •' 38in Government 
I'hnoe 11 2011 Goins nut nf bu"n*ta 


SAVE LABOR 


Ira nog**, from 118 IP Fi at aatima e* ,i, eon»«- lot »oqi ri'ge 

Weaitnshouia Fond M.iar, rompiet* (J5 .IttfUaco la all 

On# Electric Singer Sewing Mac i n* 985 * * EO*KER 9 ib*2 

On* Tresdlt Singer dewing Matnuie t?( SPECIAL 

One Treadla Slitgar Sewing Machina Cyco* mi ran*, it clear »2to new 

Remington Typowrttor . . *. 9-9 (j Utl Oa* Pruducta Lid fill Douglaa 

Canary and cage eomplaa* MB ( |j ( 

Largo Variety of Odd ODhev and Other 

A rue lea at Bargain Price* CREAM ENAMEL OIL RANGE SILENT 

_giow hurnor and da> -ink c-mpi*:* auh 
114 MENZIBS tupiier wver rnil Vary good condition 

B 8741 Reaidenct S #001 0 9711 


HIOHCBT QUALITY 
DNPAINTED FURNITURE 
la amart dtaign* direct from manufao- 
turor to you! 

REM WOODCRAFTS 
tao3 Oovarnmant Street B 8»0t 

(34 TRADE IN 

On four old noi-aat»c lank with tha 
purr))*** nf a tirw Norxjro eleork bn- - 
wa'et nea-er Malanr# *t (1® mnn , 'i 
DELTA ELECTRIC 

1)4 Cormotan'. O 7418 

WHY OUY ICE’ 

74 ft In-arn*' ")i ai ‘(aryanet re. 
frigarnaa — only 827 94 down and (15 
moutniy at c r#< i#r Horn* App >an«* 
Co 1438 Government Street a< Cor- 
morant E 3381 


lleilge >ne*rt fnavi quality Shelfleld 

(terf aight-lncb |n|de* arlecl narriwond QUALITY SUITt LIGHT COLOR 
naudi* n u J|, H",lv*"Od aiotJr D*d, ribi'-m vpnnf 


"Pick-irp carta' rubtier »1r»v vail- 
bearlns action You puah II It earfa* 
the load each 114 M 


CASH 

GOOD USED 
FURNI IURE 

■tgneai Prioaa far Ao* Adanuot 


Green Cross Products . 5 * ^TuT 

Ml 4 111 18 II at II •» on* onif 

i*au« Mivurr* " 1 19 85< “achinr 

h g-a»* «)i!*r H lb 79f _ 4 ,. 


BOMkTMIN.l NEW 

in ail turnBcev Re* Uyem at "Bnrdeaok Mlt'inc 

PurrcMas heating suppueb ltd Couch gT#** «iii#t 
102# Oougla* Slreei B 8913 Dry nmo awohur — 

Kl/nS ARK CREAM ENAMEL CON- _ _ 

♦eyiei* "tl alar* rEmplet* with *»ar»d buper C 

and lank 150 Or.* 3380 Blenkinaxp . ... . 

n- 0 1 A*. If,. (OX 1 4 M 


Super Clipper 
1 4“ Mower 

nan A wun mooei 


FURNACE REPAIR' NO AND INET ALLA AJ-m#'* n*" • wi'b ruoaor gflpa five, 
lion* ait C"tvdit.«n."g wv«, eat"-*'** '"rd O'* le* *A*l!y vdlut'»d (ai cu.ttng 


.... drvaaer 22" Diund mlrrur i#nlly It" 

i. round mirrot. mgni table and oenrn 

r!' Vi* « CQQvofM, SIS. Oak Itamo mirror, 

ach 814 oo „ |j t 5J7I SM Harbinger 

, HnE ORLY BEATTY VACUUM CLEANER 

UCiS w in aliochmrnta 834 50 

i oa it 88 On* noiy Euigor por'00'0 oleetr(e 
i 19 84t machine 15* 58 

u in 79r A t TAYLOR 9t CO 

_( » |#e •'♦’an* O 3031 819 Pbrt Slreei 

* FOUR PAIRS RATON VOILf -CM*- 
tan*, two pair* piffy doi dirisuaw, 
a*»ta wide n«a rondilton nvah'Sn «**p* 
rug tlrrvar* *U4 14; lad* a tull ala* 11. 
*l*'k auit and Hudam 'Wit teat via 14 
grip* five- Rea'inkil* 183 Creaaa Aveh i# 


Big nea* Pncaa for Ad* Amuuot Hugh ■«•« *(* <( loot height '*»*»• dul 

a. , | o C* ,DKII Tl lOb rn OURNFY YNNION WITH *11 1NT ObOW *«» •" »»ur o.d - 

HUB FURNIIUKt L.U n ,i Ill nr naar *!f*t Pnr.ua fn * 11 P f *«o 

913 iOMMBON ST 0 848* LI*’ I-.. T ra de-tn 

FIG H T- MONTH -OLD COTTAGE RANOE , 

look 1 look! s.rx's.a""""*- "*■ ■' You Poy ° nl '' 

Bofnrg yww krad* wy aoU (Our good '»r- PSACTICAU.Y NEW HAS STOVES 

Sllura. a all E 0O1A ane twn-burnvr nn* thrr* Aontr »ja main 


PONY TRACTOR WITH POWER TAKE- 
off and ball pulley. Onod coodlllon. 
Holland. Box 1827 Olahford Colquit* 

137 X ; 

• 

autovnaile detroaltng. aUnoal new. nr 
• 111 awap for uaed 8 cu fi and raah, 
ai No M 67* Lampaon Si 

uir jxTKrrH cushions lift- 

biiui-v fPndar* eir for ihe boa' F 
Jaun* At Bro Ltd , 970 Jahnvon Street 
li 1 4^3 

ONK 31 OS A W ONE IIANl*HA1V ONE 
drill pre** t>«r wnr^l la'll* eliflt lurp- 
lug churl* tull vatu# aeon Mini l>* 
wilt * '(hi ra*h U 8117 

TWO FAIRS HEAVY ROSE DRAFFS 
»• Ml nair an r*>> li*<t*r>reaUv tain 
«!»* (* each, three plera allver tea ar>. 
ltd K 18,-u 

FOR SALK — RKFRIOEItATOR i F1IIGID- 
air*' I I cu ft , new alati llntpom) 
electric lane* ithT*" Uitrner* and thrift 

ronkan For appolintment let U 8242 

ABC OK t.UXK MODEL 'A'ASIIINil 
maefilli* «« auod a* nea with iiiimn 
eelf -adimi'li* • '*nx*r end iinn-'angie 
agiik'ar (75 B Hot 

JO-INCH COKDWOOD SAW FOR FORD 
tractor. f*r'orv made, *inoo F--wer 
take-off pulley for Ford Ifartor. 848 08 
Phon* Colqui'* 388-U 

GOOD HARDY SAI MON ROD STOUT 
aather.nniind Ei'fltih fl'HIhl balket. 
lai *# tie* and conifortatit* Jeune *l*et" 
In* bar If inrarrvied ante FO Uot 125. 

NTARLY NEW Of * ASHFR AUTO- 
mailc pump »w,..rnmpartment reinept 
lamdry tub* with trap and :ap» R-jth 
fur M8U R 8730 

ROUND OAK EXTENSION DTNTNO 

room 'able four leaiher-teared rnaira 
atdeboard with mirror, 429 One pint- 
pona table rnllauaible 17 K 8748 

ONE MANS RALSIOH DICYfTX 9- 
apeed drum farakra, anod runnins eon- 
ditiori. tin One ilrrplng hag email 
< *• It — Phone O 843* 

•jNF WALNUT nrnprjOM SI/tTE linlfT 
wmd i-hildren > mile w,lh 'Win nritv, 

rhevt nf drawer* and de*k , ivther hnuae- 
bnld arilrle* B 21*1 

aim SEVEN FOOT SPI IT POTT'S 3V 
**<h WettiTb vaddl* win mairn ng 

indie and mar'lnyalr •* n*w |03 
Iteaelnui Road 

ICE REFRIGERATOR onr»o CONDI- 
lion Hoht* up to I'lfl lb re Bargain 

at 414 E 4 tea t oa SI Andrew* 

RENT A POWER MOWER 
P"w*f Mown 8ai«a and Seme* 

713 II in, "fl. ,11 M 8513 

ADDINQ MACHINES (Asn REGISTERS 
file cabinet*, buur,**. form* J R Pipe* 
Euair.eaa Byatama B 8021 

"Natch! Sawing Macntaa* 

The Wood a P'neat 
8** meat *> 818 Port 

MANURE i", i vr.R;/.rn ' rTt’ OUANO 
dec ttrr »1 09 minimum (rjrt'H f>ir8 
Firm phum tlduey 180 

357 ROBERTR MAUSER CUSTOM 

b ad* >r Arktey What often’ Phon* 

■ T|*8 

NBA AND USED GALVANIZED COR 
rutated .roo Mud*' Sn*#i Un«i wera* 
T0!8 Douglav 9lfa«t 


GRAVEL CRUSHED riLL OH ROAD, 
garden anil rock*, clay O 8431. 

CtniVETMAKlNO VARIETY WOOD 
Produrtt. 1811 Oak Bky Avenue O 1*33 

WINE WILTON KUO WITH FLOWER 
pk'.trrn. guird condition (Ml II 4578 

CEMENT MIXERS FOR RENT 
1150 prr day delivered B 2314 

NEW UNPAINTED KITCHEN CABINET 
for Mle. cheap Plume 0 0418. 

TABLE Trip t»AS RANGE, SIX WEEKS 
uld. Mnglc Chef white enamel E 731 1 

PJVE-HP EV1 NR ODE OUTBOARD. 1947. 
1*5 B 1855 • 

ICE BOX. 100 POUND CAPACITY. OOOO 
condition, l*r> B 1891 

THOR ELECTRIC WASHER, IJKt NEW. 
•75 G 3419. _ 

OENDRON BaIiY CARRIAGE POn ' 
*»le Phone E l*M 

BABY BtKIOY AND SMALL WOODEN 
ertu CT 1114 Pandara 


T. EATON CO. 

•RfTIOT COLUMBIA 
LIMITED 


GARBAGE 

CANS 

$4 95 $ 5.10 

$5 95 $ 7.95 

$9 00 

Heavy Quality — A Good Buy 

CAPITAL SUPPLY 

Company 

"Your Surplus Centre" 

150 F Government G27I3 

CAMPING 

EQUIPMENT 


IVAere on Earth 

la TR# MmI EtwrtMavc 

9e* D4*c every 7 

[Iff I IB 8T W60»< 





Ctimiiiil Sbeel* 


. 81 7k 

U'u Tina vet 

'll 

78 

Pup Ten'* 


.. *7 84 

Ble#l'ln* llagt 


|* Ml 

Nbea<h Knivev. 

If um 

.«9 

Pork el Cumpaa 

from 

41 

Dubbin . • 


418 

Laa'Bar Lar*» 

pair 

.19 


The General Warehouse 

WAR SURPLUS ANNEX 

1013 Ooveroment fnear Fort* B 8831 


DON’T 


rrlb 1ST. 1119 Pandora BPDPalh thr hlu<* waters that 

N(W uoa-G-LAWN MOWER, ilia w f rlni? ,. Hie Firnch RlVICnt r**uis 
Deilef# Wevl Saanich Road Real Oat ,r,n h ( rirmn HIM' 1.1 r 

. s prirulcss sea discovery the 

OIRL 9 Nil YC I f RRAROVABLf V Kfl , , . . . 

* p m ptivn# BUM. World H OkI^I ^TfO ship. 

Webster i'hanger pi i.uxt Though irchioologlMi who arc 

ntudal 78 r m p rt.onia '3ti 0 3251 \4 "ikllUf fo SRlVilL'C fhP VCnncI 

BRITISH SOVEREIGN STR AW HKHHV rnn only fflMKE .it the naflirc 
Piam* Je aaeh. G 1191 1150 Uiiiuu , .. 

nf the McdliPri iifWRn Haul'd) 


THIS • 


FREE 


LEONARD KEFRIOERATIIR GOOD 
• urkiug order Iu9 Phune K 1182 


EASY WASHING MACHINE. IN LMX3U * <n>W ^ or ** CClUlMfy ‘Mil! 

•orking order, mi Fnon# o »iw3 she ssiik over 2.2(E) years tro. 
ONE-hormF OAtv motor, new, (it In ln't still -sn;tKr*d holds, I hey 
oardeirTii: hnvr uncovered (he rvmains nf 

coMhiNATioN GAS- SAWDUST hanoi, an ,‘t neienf (rc.isurv 1,100 

ynuj rondltian, (79 U 8819 

- , ... „ hirer* *if fine dlrmprunre from 

ONE LARGE WOOD CRIII AND MAT- 

tr* v ii>. Ph.".* coisuii* MR (he (.rci'k province of l-tihirn 

ICE BOX. no OR exchange for "nil over s thousand (imphoni*. 
Urge ifteyele O TO«4 Or pottery VCRNCk, of w lm*. T’tc 

PEACH ENAMEL Fli 1.1. BED MFRINU. ka-j'a-rlai NrraU'hCil InlO the .UD 
8.0 .030 For. E 4510 phof .„ (h«l (hr "W n.T Was 

UNIVEX 8 ' MM FRCVECTORr ,75 , RomMn nJ4rn#H , MsrvQE 


vpee-t (8 three 

»1 alectrtc iron (9 


an# tw*.. burner. •»# Hire* 
Hrtamrd 


heigh. Mary duly '.ure-grTp Urea" »»«W «THA HEAVY 82-OALLON 

Tran# m raur a.d mowar and ...r tl 04 ^ O'Hb’l rlroHStto# hea'M |(vl g a MACHINES PORTABLE 

rrtd* in vqur aid moway and aave tl 0S in4 ,,j oenar* ElerifV Uinl g.ufu naw c.,*» (It* Enap at 

:• . (21 58 rernri ptayar nr* *pe*-t is ihrea E aa^l 

_ ^ ^ burner real n«. vvnve #1 alacuic Iran l» - - - - - — • 

rode-tn S2 00 * 'haruanro -o'l* 199 and 

_ _ “ , „ delivered Saiiafartlon fuaran'aed 04 

0V Only $20 59 ELECTRIC EEWIRO MACHINE CAE- C .r»a.anl 4 J *08 ill » 5au 

wy w'"Y jw |B>4 wavhing mathina — - ■ 

. i#IOi Eteri r(e vlbraUit allmslator USED EEWTNO MACNINEB LA SO I 

' Other hr,,##ha(* article* 3E51 CoisulU ve lection all tuod condition Bna E*!«* 

MAIN FIOOR i,# ■ t-*n and Sem-a 188 Pin Slreei R EJI3 


• VWINO MACHINES FOSTABLE 
Halit a.unt new c».rt 8188 Snap at 
•84 E *8^1 

Lawn *»••" vharuwnad -o!l« 1*4 and 

delivered EauatarUon guaran'aed 04 
Carmafant A J W'OBllt & kail - 


MA4N FI 0044 


HOLMAN & CANNON, mac* compebb oil ranqk com-| Me & Me 

«1 348X1*1 Straat pMla •*« |4 la oa* B »79. r T »\e i v iv 


TABLE BAW ROT MOUNTED. 
moior.9. euht-ioch bled*. IU 

a mu 


m.nr... 1.0 .030 for. E .510 ph „ fj „ , H |. , h «l (hr ..wnrT Whs 

UNIVEX 8 'MM PR (VECTOR* »75 , RomMn nHrnfM , 

DIAMOND RING, COST 1125, FOR (#9 ,,U * 

e cu Mis name Is slrps>iy familiar 

NEW-LAID Enos LARGE l9 DOZES |o <*ls«SlCBl ElUdCHtS, fnr rPC- 
.8 50 9991 Cedar Mill o .14. or< „ survlVP lo „ hw - 1hl(1 . whl | P 

H?" ,r * nfd L m?d ° ue'TiaV “g w ’ he w ss horn a Homan, he he 
too TURKEY M4NUSE l»c BACK rarTM> * haturall/od '»r«N*k .'lll- 
deiir ared ni#e taeba minimum *-8113 ZPn In 210 #*?. and made Ills 
n ARDEN ROLLER asd rntMjbr hea<lf|uai t«TB on fhe Islspd of 
d.prv F'. v* Dells He Was working as a 

AR7IY TTVt WTTEL SUNK SEI3 ^ ^, umnU , ^ ^ 

SINOER POWER sbwino macnime for Roman conquest In Greece, 
like nrw 1180 Phune H 7414 The BsIVH^e crew, WfTlclk sre 

HAWAIIAN guitar and amfufikh working under the suspires of 

X ung |b bevi affar G 0437 fh* ’NjHIOKBI CeoRruphlr ,WI- 

STEEI. CAB’NET APPHOKTM ATE! Y , , , n f , 

9 *3 »3 "* "rmpartmani* 81 o n*ii rf ) • P'«o to raise the 110 foot 
BUZZ SAW Ton aale lit .4 MsoiNA *hlp «nd fit lier oul with rill 

A»»o«’ ginp sn<l instrumenls which will 

one car radio ns on» south- be dean diiiillcflfes of fhe orijfl 

wind i •/ nra'er tie Pm# S ***• . .. . ,,, 

n«|A -Then they will actually 

NOHOE RBPHIORJl ATOR GOOD CON- . . 

•Rian 8*9 O 4428 SBII IUT DVPr 04* T iRfif COUIEP 

TEN-YARD 37 WILTON CARPET DHoR tO I-htllim tO the ST-ene 
rave atmaa( new O #840 0 f ^er dlNSSler 

BTRICS BTERLINO ' CHANTILLY’' DIN ^j nr ^ expey-l* say th«l Vine 
n er fork* f«r vale is vteh O saio . . _ . 

crows better be It grows otder, 

TRAILER HITCH COMPLETE FOR 1848 * ./ Mur,-..- 

Pontiff, it call o 2317 the smphoras oi Marcus tscstius 

AUTOMATIC ILICT8 [C WATER »HOUld Hold the World’s bFBt- 
pi## ter pnon# e i8?9 _ > Though the National (Jfcogni 

EASY spim-obv washino machine p hjr did not disclose Whether 

, or not the snclent vintage had 

TWO- HOLE OI-IP FRrrZF KSAPON. , 

•Mr yfic 0 8105 *21 Pander* I«'CP1 MITlplHl. It WS* rumored 

washino machine ooou ooNDt- unofficially thsf st least one 
non i5# o i*?* hardy toper hail ’sited It Hie 

for PICTTTBE framino- DIOTJONS ,y,nirn?nl. “The ||rnhol was 
por susses stamps oiooon ■ pone and only sludge was left 

SUO LOOM OOOO CONDITION B 49(8 7 SBfPd ferrlhlp"* 

SNLAROER 14 MM ill E 2781 Itt) 

New Tbr* narwHI TrlHAI. 7«» 

VACUUM CLEANERS Thanks: «Meve hnllfleM. Hsln 

OuarSB'eed Eerflc* 81 H.tteui ll Sale# f|g>||| IS A 

ABC. ELECTRIC Band in vnur fa*u Where *• lank' 

887 PORT ST. O Jill ' cay* *t itt la iu**p*p*». 


A lovrly heavy aaiin mmf'.rier avail- 
able in aura, live tnibr r«mWni""T>i 
»||h vuiir i.iii, hoe uf A SEAUTIP’lL 
SUFFR HCAl.fH REST vprlng-flllad 
mal'rve* 

II 09 Down 

Full Price ONLY $59 50 

Macdonald's Ltd. 

718 TATES STREET 


BARGAINS 

IN TRAVERSE AND CURTAIN RODS 

TfAverve rad*, rnmutel# With pull tor dtr 
it • *r #v*n*ior>* II 78 

4* • 46 **lrn*">nt 13 VO 

CURTAIN RODS 

if ■ tl" air.gie r~d .39* 

34' tl ' double rod aoc 


SUN RAY PRODUCTS LTD. 

(Ill DOUOLAS 8 4831 

VENETIAN BLINDS 

in amar* la narmaniaa aim font roama. 
A completa Aervlc* Manufadurlng IB- 
vtallailwn Repair* aad laundry 

FRF* ESTTMATES 

SUN RAY PRODUCTS LTD. 

1811 DnucJa* Bifeel PR~be S *'11 

ALL TYPES OF KEYS 
CUT. WHILE YOU WAIT 

fliiararitaaS -F.i 

PRICE'S KEY SHOP 

447 FORT STREET • PHONE O 4|JI 

19 WANTED 

MIM4 KIXANMJI H 

FUSS ITU RE WANTED 
Waiiy Oray na* earned v rtputailvn evae 
Iha year* far fair prlret Ha pay* ik* 
bigbavi p-iMinia ratb prim far raur *ur- 
plut <urm|iar* Crete pSaba.B till Foai- 
U»e(y na pb igallpn v# >*0 anlaa* *•■ 
• r* rally ta'iiflad mania falkx 

hiohent cash prices paid fob 

tadia* and amt* geoil aaad vlOtBIng 
The Saaaar Ilf7 Broad • 8814 

ISLAND "••*(( »I WANT YOUB 
rag* beer uottWt tail* iron aaefial 
'B uga 1 9842 TOPP. teuniry - 

CASH MR OOOO PUB N I TUBS AND 
rarpeta -Nae*ae* S> 2aM lean <14434 

CASH OR COmtlONMEin FOR USED 
•mall articia* umI* 1431 Broad • 8811 

RELIABLE I BED FUR SITU RE FAYE 

m* re far your furniture irunta EE7I4 

CAEN POB SOOKA THE HAUNTED 
SGOKEMOP 848 FOB I B 1477 

OLD 8 ICY CUB END PANTS ABB 
w-ns money ai aSI Jabnaan Straw* 

wanted’ raro manoT small PBS- 

. . . r 'vie 

W ANTED- nBO-PDWO TAN LB. B 8998 





WANTED 

MlSChl.I.ANKOrs 

5 — wooden single bed 


•V ROOM and BOARD 


M HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 
TO BENT. FURNISHED 


*3a HOUSES WANTED TO 
RENT. UNFURNISHED 


47 TARS FOR SALE 


Batin dolonlat Victoria. B.C 29 

Anfl — fra 1 >» 1 ®* 


LIFE'S LIKE THAT 


WILL BOARD WORK I NO MOTHER AND 

irhooi-eg# ihlli (lnod boa*, (•ItriocM 
Bai 101 Victoria Prr*. 


*«"*■¥, A*nT TT. IfJJ 


IMI FORD TUDOR -HEATER THREE 
he* 1 1 r*» I «» Owner financed v« 
••'«e inrurejn# pollen or b.gh carry. 
1B< tit at|»l 3135 noon Phone B 203 1 


WARM O ROUND FLOOR. FRONT 
bwuaakreping room. lit 41 Ui|»n at e. 

RRIMMT njEAN ROOM EVERYTHING 
eup pUod Cwml Quiet tenant O 2*47. 

WIMBLEDON ROUBB 
Coo* Street O X4JJ 

ruRNtpi't:> ikhibAcektino rooms, 

1145 Yalee 


MIDDLE AGED COUPLE REQUIRE 1-4 
roomed liouer or upper dupiet ptrm- 
nenUr Reawmablr rent Reference* 
But Ida Victoria Pre«» 


i - adv • * 

40 >)ll I f «r ll-RAR PAQE WIKI 
tearing Phone B 5*74 

"I7.E. REA 

*on*1>l* Phone t Ml* 


rilAlUMTLE 1531 CftAIODARROCH- 
Cauring to buiinru per tone Mr* i;u 
nun O *4*7 fur interview 


1*51 CONSUL. IINO MILES IN EXCEL- 
lent munition Wi>b lu trade lor Autllr 
A 10 or Ull.maR OiMl ewah or w ill >« 

nutrign: E 124* 


MODEL A TWO DOOR 
running ardor Phone 


US MODERNS 


?AN OOOD 


BUMMER HOME UP TO 444 FROM MAY 
to a»Bi«n>bfr Paymer.i in adT*n>e 

I’hoi.e H II is 

RFLJARLF CQUPLE WITH TWO OIRUt 
req.iit* f’Jtii nr. Iiu-wum t.(uu ueu 
•rnnol be May I Phr-ne a 34* i 


BEACII DRIVE. LANOE FRONT BE A 
flew tain bed* prleate on UplAnda but 
Brrakfeei If deaued E M4* 

EXCEL! .ENT BOARD AND ROOM SIN- 
lie ur double with twin beg* BuaUieaa 
peraoni G 4M7 IT* Cook 


M PL V MOUTH BPORTP COUPE HIE 
11 *3*4 

!uhm^'-£2e<* SSTCS W *AUt WRECKED 1MI1WTTUC. 

> 4 jai Plmm-H? 4 eo« l*«* Putin l*nt«\«rv- ni(TNEN*r fippfrjfrw 

IB AN OPTKR - ^ P * ■“•‘W* 

.hai etrelleni undlUoi. HIT POllD SEDAS SMART CAR LIBS, 
and aliinai IlghG Will Wa»!mi«tAt» Aerriue B 11*7 

>r*dr a Idle 

- „ BM ALL 1*37 BU1CK SEDAN RADIO 

ATANDAKD Moon. 13 and heater lien . »»h oflrr O 4427 
ihraughnut 19.11 iiirn» — --- - — 

r uni 'ml* a) t ran. por .tiro <*«» PI VMOUTII SPECIAL DE LCX« 
club ruupe Heater B 9a53 al-er I pin 

SEDANOTT! RADI a IMO PLYMOUTH COUPE GOOD CON- 
)kc trade, and time IM < - dlllotv »uod rubber Phone Cl 13*1 
oe acen at Kmc Aura ~ - - * 


RfCTHJC POTTERY KILN WANTED 

wantfxi ont. hiihae mower and 
• mail Nee tern warfclle and trtM E 47 11 

WANTED - RECORD PLAYER IN OOOD 
condition. lor eltiin k nil 

ANYTHING IM rOOLB IKONRS. BUIT- 
***** Hlgheal incea paid O 4334 

Maynard's Auctioneers 

V «■*»• price* lor boute- 

nold effect*. Plume O 1*31. 


ONE OR THnn CLEAN ROOMS 
ciom In. nice d luricl. auite •<*on n«7M. 

LARGE COMFORTABLE KOOM~8UIT 
4fl\iple dote in 131* Pandora 

BRIGHT CLEAN HOUSEKEBPINO ROOM 
eloae In IM D 1*15 alter ft 


43b UOl SUM WANTED TO 
RENT. FURNISHED OR 


PRIVACY AND QUIET OF OWN HOME 
at fraction ut coat Frleaie batbraom 
Reference, exchanged E 4*0 1 


BOARD ROOM WALKING DIET ANCE 
Jubilee Hnapllai, two girl, .baring pre- 
ferred E 174* 

ROOM AND BOARD WOREfNO MAN. 
laundry comfortable home nui a month 
71* Kxiulniait Rnad 

NICE HOME OOOD BOARD FAIR- 
field Oaraga If de.ired E Jill 


ONE Cl BAN FRONT 
Blanahant — 


LIOHT HOUSEKEEPING ALL FOUND 
Central B M33 


41 UAL US, STOKES and 
OFFICES TO RENT 


HOUBtKBEPINn ROOM YORK HOTEL 
711 Johneon Street 


TWO WELL-APPOINTED ADJOIN! NO 


men bill appreciate, til. 


liah: and muntseii ■.'! <Auv powrani ipf 
lan-icr Mtrttce Call VM4N«=>N MARTIN '>iur -Hor »edan are <ondnii.n Beat 
* CO LTU. ei; Ya'et Btrwel 0*1*7 r»*er» radio, heater and rtefrnarer 

MODERN OFFICER FOR RENT IN " " W 

Btnbart Butldini 74i Yale* Bt .Uilania IMI CHEVROLET DE LUXE SEDAN 
dt*-ior mr other pr«le*e>onal perron *up«tti rondmuti. IS 7IW nulee ..»t>«. 
Eletatar and ianliar .ernre Telephone *1 **S or aill earbaa** lor alder ..at 
0*541 and ...i. II mu 


* NI > NKW ZEALAND WHIT* COMFORTAHI 

r abb lie and hutchM. value (Jo b *43* US a month 


t ROOM AND BOARD 
T Pembroke «If Deugu. 

lh'r.e^. , *Tui° L r. T «,T HtTCX rOH ANY ' R °9“ AND BOARD YOUNO MAN 


LET'S FACE 
FACTS! . 


preferred t roil 


8U POULTRY. HAT! MING 


EGGS. ETC. 


At the Island s Largest 
Dealer you get a better 
deal, you get a greater 
selection you get better 
value These are the 
♦acts that -made 


“THE CHICKS WHICH GIVE RESULTS*' 
Row u th« UBr to order your cbieko 
Oe*r J« yean eaporienca in producing 
good poultry u our guarantee of quality 
Ten pure and craw breed, lo .elect trata 
Write for particular* and price* and ra- 
member ~R'e rtaulu that eoubi " 
RUMP fr SEND AU LTD 
Langloy Frame B C and Vernon. B C 
J L LA NO Vancouver (eland IDpre- 
arm. tire »7g Braefoot Rd Albion JIIO 

WHY EXPOSE YOUR HABY~ C'HICKA TO 
chill or oaerheat by tran»portati«ri when 
Fou rnav buy th»m -rklil ot hitnie (rum 
the fined breeding atock Hampaltirea. 
While RiKk fur ».-«» or White Rock and 
Hemp.hlte crn»vn> f^ meat fart feath- 
ering, quick development viih *hli. un* 
derxaai for eaav drea.mg and a'trarnve 
aopearertce Male r-*er»atuitv, early 
ll.' hirig year round Combi Poultry. 


ROOM 


AND BOARD FOR LADY IN UOHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOM RXAT- 
nea hum* No atep* 1134 Carey Road ed 113* Vie* Street 

BRIGHT WARM ROOMS OOOD CENTRAL 8INOLK ROOM FOR WORE 
board^ moderate rale. Central n Mil Inc men lie* Outaglaa nu..i 

GOOD ROME FOR TWO TOUNO MEN LA HOE BRIGHT 1IOU8EKEEFINO 
Clnae m E log* •com *7g Eacuunait Road B »7«7 

BRIGHT FHOUrf ROOM MAIN FIXX1R BFOTLERBLY CLEAN ROOM IN NICE 
near Jubilee 1x04 Davie Street borne Working perwo preferred O »7i0 

LARGE WARM RfX)M FOR ELDERLY VILLA ELEANOR LARGE BED- StTTlNO 
lady rray lervtce Fairfield 0 17541 roam. Hodiekeeptng *01 Truieb B 3214 

A 2 ?.*° AMO lM AIRFIELD. HOtiKEKKKPINO ROOM DOWN. 135 
ctore in H l*B7 moaUl 7IJ Vancouver Btreel 


1*44-47 BUICK OE LUXE BED AN 

Sm.L ruoer ntiulcl. eilrn' rondtUui) 
thtMUgiiiiut ioa mileagr Will aatrifU* 

fur nuiek «4ie 2«J H. an-h. ri X |J|i. 

1914 OUMMOIIILE COUPE VERY GOOD 
condition n*» paint * tiaS tany>» 

Box Tilth um it >i>3: 

1*40 METEOR CEDAR M.IO* RADIO 

he.ter a ii. I uefruaier tignaU »hlleaalla 
and melallle i>ain« litt Wilxm 

T HAVE A LATE 194* PICK-UP WILL 
trade fm <ar What have you la trade 
True* U Ciral rla.v Robin 21b Y M C A 

III * FORD SEDAN. NEAR! V NEW 
engine tlmra Hre. took* aond ISMi 
E 0354 

l*i» OLDSMOHU.K HYDRAMATir 
radla. Inaier good vundiivon Hiui .eU 
Phone ii.t*e*n 7am and nwr O 4703 

1*4* FORD SEDAN OOlNO FOR »»t* 
or heateal niter. Term. fl I4t>* Itu 
Shake* peer* 


CEN T74ALLV LOCATED" HALL PIANO 
and kitchen facilltiet c 4733 »-> p m 

OFFICE MPACB TEI.EFHO.VC SERVICE 

4*o «*x moT'ib. Km. Realty. B Jill 

*•0 BLOCK fORT STREET ARTHUR E 
Rarna* Ltd E 1IJ1 — - 


7J* Fort lit reel 


WILSON 

MOTORS 

ISLAND'S LARGEST 
DEALER 


FOR LEASE 

Hon itoveRNMEM afftKET 

Avpruaim.iely 12 WM Rauare Feet 
FVuvr Boar* 


Her doclur is cuiiiIiik for an pxiunlnalion tomorrow and 
shfY pnu'ticinK!" 


S« Itomt and H4JAHU 
WANTED 


LARGE BOOM NEAR KADCN AND 
Dockyard Adultr 1331 Eanuim.H B 30U« 


LARGE HOUBEKEEPING ROOM E *341 


wanted by binole woman, two 

connecting room*- centrally heated, one 
with fireplace private bathroom ktc- 
rnenetie. private entrance to room. 
*te». gtrate within rile near tran.pur- 
tall'in meal* provided slid .erved in 
r-ibpir pay well Bo* 3 **“ " 


Keating IIIK 


TWO HAAEMEKT ROOMS B L.9I 


4Db FLAT* and APARTMENTS II 
TO KENT. UNFURNISHED 


FLATS and APARTMENTS 
WANTED, FURNISH l-.D 


WHAT-S BEHIND THE CH(QK8 »O0 
buy! Oeacriputa rataiogue on reu>ieal 

New Hampablrea. Leghorn* U Auilra- 
Inrp. and croaaea 

BA. *4 DERR POULTRY FARMS LTD 
C loterdale BC 

TRY TURKEY RAISING THE EASY 
wav for a profitable tide line Canadian 
approved etarted four weeka old 110 
brnixllne, 11 M, »uo dAB-fllu. tb du- 
courii. Fnre.t Ram* Turkev Breeding 
Farm Phone Cubnl* Hill 74LI 


SHa HOUSEKEEPING KOOMS 
FOR RENT. UNFURNISHED 


FINE 

MODERN STORE 


ATTRACTIVE SIX -ROOM SUITE OAK PARTLY 

B.y T»o beoroun.. lar«e liviM-romn. inree-ruoi 
dineita aud hall aiui •aii-lo-aaLl tar in« rthta 
1 «*' D*n Smart fnur-plec* batliroum. fru.i 

>epara<* aliuvvr. bdilt-lo dreaa.ni ULble 
Kitchen, vice tele ranije frig tile alnJu WANTED 
Venetian bund. Bendi* laumlrs. Autu- ment tei 
Uiatir nr at- Oaraie Available May ! furnUhcd 
Adult* ••uly. G 1400 Pr-.« ' 


VlrLina ONE BRIGHT IIOUNBKKPINU ROHM 


Do uo>* Loading Piailoim at Hear 


JUJOMB WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD 


• anted for teacher* attending Hummer 
Hrhool 01 Enuratton 2ul? 1 1 a Auguat 
i Phone Btllt. Local 7*0 far applt. 
cation form nr write Summer School 
«f Education. Department uf Edueath-n 
Victoria 

37 BOOMS TO RENT 

FUBNLSHKD 

CHOICE DISTRICT COM PORTA BLR 
roam, for particular peopi*. .ingle or 
double, oteakfait U de.ired Permanent 


TWO ROOMS. QAfi STOVE SINK 
with hot and ruld *alet (fr3*l* 


THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS 
Howe Street. 


H W MILLER & CO. 

UMM GOVERNMENT 81 
G 4*51 Virtl 


TWO AND THREE-ROOM SELF-CON- FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED BUTTI 
lanied vuitev Private bathroom* New nr buu.r Mull have at leant twu bed 
e.ecinc Mote* laundry room. neat, .a- room* Write Bit nt Victoria p r .a 
ler t.opdrd Walking di.'anre fin*, in — 

ahupom* centre be. Quiet with apogtotro WANTElL_TWO ROOMS AND KITCU 
• •ouna Sou biitine*. or retired people 
No children Re-nl |50 an.l 470 171! 

f liau.oera Tine U4>w * off Painfma 


3» HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 
WANTED, FURNISHED 


Plea. 


43 MISIELLANEOUS 


41a FUATS and APARTMENTS 
WANTED. UNFURNISHED 


OOSL1NOB il 50 DUCKLINGS *M. BRIGHT. COMFOR 

Frank Lvon Hhaanigan Ijiye _ Bunn*** man 

O §17J 

wanted tour ErrriNo hk.ne del - _ 

BMMI ITS W SLFFPf NG ROOMS 

SliTi If || Mr mi 

YOUNO PAIR OP MATKD TOUUjUftg E M7I 

••'•** III Nolmorif Ik it .... 

VACANCY IN COUN 

WHITE PEKING DUCKS O 7234 * Nu>«* ' Lal.etwe 


1*41 CHKVH04.rr GOOD CONDfTfON 
tl.roilklionl A real barga-n at «I50 


J*4 1 rtlR Yttl-Elt WJNfjsnM SEDAN IN i*»* Oirv 

VERY e erjt lent monition i*«v Caui’Oru Oat h**t* 

UukM '*•* 

|| la» IBM HII.IAIAN COHVSIITI OLE RADIQ. I»4» P!»m 
, »u7ii healer added eelra* II 111 Phan* i.,. 
ten.,? * >•“ #MB»aa« Mike.. 

*7»» l»Ji FORD TUDUU. OOOD RUNNING , M . cn,, 
good ttmdiMoD |74 Can tie .pen at Kina . .... u , 
W50 Au,lt l( ' ,N>lri< Government *• iiav sircet 1 ’ " rr 

tneT MUST HELL 1*1* CHFVROUrr SEDAN !*'. 

1174 Vert oaud 1140 ra.h Can be teett a! c "** 

JttOI P:iot Street IMTUBHI 


Ilia AUFT1N 


a • *t "»*a rinv* mi) rrYnum- WANTED— BY in fllNlfW COUI’ll UN 

— - lor. Ifeijmlrj urn) lorl»r fgwallhrs. Ho?- * ur*i I • 4»r a I • a- MPiiroufo hill** v 

PARTMENTS •*'» r «ie*'*d 175 n»r month i«m hiu- um " 

■TKN ISIII'D *” 1 * B i,M ' < Working ixiupix require riip.y* 

' _ I.AROK rifRrx-nooM belt -cun- : -• •>»«« »uit* m u*> 

SUITE PARTLY <»hietl lu«*r dupir* living ro-.at *HU 
d Ilnur in new fireplace oil heal ard lint voter eitp 
Very comfurtable P ,,r *l Available immediately Child •*! 
ulle. note 147 ocr eom * ** rt " 


Bolivar Skookum Chicks 

All 0'iouiar breraa ero«.c» and Brollar 
Chi-k* Writ* for nor 1*51 reduced prlcri 
*n<) edu< at >n*i literature Furte-on* 
year* ol mntlnuou* *erv|c* la ynur aiaur- 
ance of 'on Quality and rourtaou* aervica 
Ba'iafaetmn guaranteed 


BED-HITTINO ROOM 


EXCEfTIONALLY NICE ROOM OAR- 
ag- Breakfaat facllltie* $7 weegly 
Hu*lne**man Fairfield B J*«J 


W AhT&D U* MAY I --THREE -ROOM ED 
apartment m Oaa Dev Maairntm rent 
*5* Adult* Colquitt A*- H .net t p m 

wanted nv n rr runt count rwo- 

tiedriHi.n apir'.mcn: nr dup>* n. a guod 
loeaillj' M»a 111, Vli-turla Pre.a, 


I9J0 Mudel A Ptird Plraup. 15" 
Thl* 1* a llilie dandv at nniv 
Mai't mure in chooee from 
CAPITAL AUTO SALES 
741* Donate* Big Beleclltiit 


bolivar hatcheries ltd 


I»»i» mu MAN EXCEPTIONAL CONDI 
lior Lo» mileage I eon* II ne*e*«ary 
B 45#« 


JAMES BAY - WALKINO DISTANCE |*Kg7 nr nSTa* ' 

Three-roam lurnuited *uite, amk. ga. *«« « OW1 

range, three-piece oathronm Working A DU J TP ONLY T 71 fl f 
aduil* April I 155 B 4)12 Dickie A gruund-ftuar unit unfurm 
C* Realty garden :«l 13) mottih light 

YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE TO HHAHK ^'‘“p^ne !W tmn.Tn.TS 
• Hh another eicellent upetatr* apart- 
ment own bed »lltlng mom ahare bafh- AVAILABLE MAY I IN 

room and electric kitchen. Iteteience*. apartment. 1045 McClure aulle 

Phone after 4. O SHI 4 l&c of larev bvdionm. Ilvlne room 

. — dinette. El*c'n<a'[y li-aled 47.5 

ON THE OOROB MODERN CLEAN. n>ontb Adult* unit Phone B 1*71 


ii HOUSES TO KENT 
FURNISHED 


CATTLE 


Thl* week end * Mveci 
4U Prefan perfect _ 
is Bun * 

4* Ppn'lar 
'4* M*r*ury 
•* Meteor >2 or the** 
•V Oudgt plvfcup 


y Cloae • lu * C40HQB MODERN STUCCO TWO- 
, bedroom bnnyaioa ealta roi-tit to na*e. 

mew, garage Modern furniture a-juii* 

MODERN C N Montague Co G 43IR - E 4»iT7 

'""lid RELIABLE MIDDB AGE WOMAN TO 
net r,nt »"»••! huuie, lurmalteu. tw one 
lear Phone (1 *774 after e pm 

TWO-BKDROOM BUITE LARGE LIVING ROOM*. ONE IIEDIHXIM. PAHT- 

rouiu dinette klWheit and baihrooni, '7 lot tilglted. oil langv, heater, adoli* 

Fridge and rleyin gtuve Adult. 445 <» -bll 

luiunr.n.an. two-boom oot, 

— take adult. ..til) rime to bill fi*a I5T 
IT Virn.ru* Pre«* 

in WARTKIi- A COUPLE TO SHARP MY eaeelleni 
,1 ItOUae Kent Iter Nu rhtldrei. °tiui.* do«»t P 

Dial* nun 


UrFNStn Bl. AUOHTER HOUSE 
Bl-iughtaring of all kind* Pic* un and 
del. very Ail lypee nt liye«larg nought 

and ftae-old ealer* CninulU 2*4u 

TWO FRESH 2ERBEY IIEIfKKit FOR 
aai* No reaannabir oif*r refu-ed M 
Child*. II arn Road Cadburo Bay 

GENTLE JERSEY IIP I PER PRKytHPNPD 
I* B*y«. broke lo plckri. |3M Belmont 


TWO WARM ROOMS. NEAR BUILD 


SINGLE BID-arTTINO ROOM C 

to boa 134} Fort Street 

HED-SITTINO ROOM AND KI IX 
ette. ladle, pigferred Do Mou Bt 


IIEGIHTKRKD ■* FURE BRED 
row. Reatonabte Cnlquiu 130 X 


37b ROOMS TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


Mi. baby •elccnig. U 7u*4 Motedoy «nt three rnn|n* . 
aftetuuio living swam »uh Itrepta. 

■ lichen (laraee in Ii«m 

LOWER DUPLEX OAK BAY AVENUE »-'S urr month (I *375 
near Oak Bay to be tel lor year or 
limeer July I nr pnaelbly aouner Ft»r 
ruuina and laiae baihri.oa. 170 Phone 
U 7034 Monday afternoon 


FOR BALE RCOtRTXftrn IIOLbTEIN 
heifer tlx month* nltl Kratln* »V 


LANOX CLEAN WARM FRONT "f 
f » f W | fireplace Venetian blind* 

E 2731 after II a m 

BRIOHT UNFURNISHED FRONT iw. , 

main floor, fireplace: near Jubilee board A FULLY PVHNISIIKD 

■ r iuu aparlmrnl Ir. Fairfield allhln 

tint an- e of rite rent r* Rent 
able u. lit* right patty r. 407a 

VICTORIA WEST rWO-ROOkl riiR- 
nlatied aut.e, bright, iiraly tirrnt»>rii 
C'tial and •■•ad range ^Iteapemihie 4)5 
month M5 Ruaaell Street O *7)* 

TWOiROOM FUHNiSHFD SUITE. HMALL 
Iltrhenette eeml-prlvate bath In Oak , ot w* 1 * 1 
Hay an bu* lint llualiteaa peraon only "k'"*ni Uu 

_ __ HRioirr 

FURNISHED IIEDMRTTINO ROOM **'’* 

With »n. nmetir, rent IS.) per month .V’!' r "? r 
including heal, light and ga*. i*0k 1*?”' 

KHord corner ol Fort Prune H *7)1 1 """* E ,l1 

LAROB FRONT HOUSEKEEPING ROOM XULLY PURNINHEI) MODERN BACH- 
•Hit I. replace Nkt ,i. w *I*a . w _ »lor aoartmenl clo*e in Beai-un illll ," r , 
r.Ktm baaemenl A-ViP. Inqu'ra m P*»* ••!**» apartment blttcg Par rent ‘ 

Dallaa. May and June |*o per month R 7*7b 

I.AROK COSY HOUSEKEEPING ROOM BEAUTIFUL THREE-ROOM APARTMENT ....... ’ ... 

alao tau-rwim aulle and neaping room ,n r9m <*l*fH«I ■■•up!* Cheap r*l*t . 1 

IJI# Ivy Place Elderly or buairteaa ,of »eeplni garden l|d> No ctv.ldi.rt *' in '"'' 1 '' 1 

people ptelrrred f Phcm# K 53*2 » bwJg |o 

LARUE CMY ROOMS IN JAMES BAY TIIRRK-RPOM FURNISHED UPSTAIRS Hat *47 V 
Working tlrl* n. elderly ladle* pre- HIM Bait.rooni ca* liglit wgtor .rrujtiTi 
•erred A humry atmuiphere' Phone AdulD *40 morttli III* Caledonia A»e- , 

H 4*14 nue E 793* ' 


1*44 Flyntouth Te>i-lM<u ITfi 

19*0 Oidcmct.il* Two-Door Redan MM 


SELF-CONTAINED TWO BEDROOM UP- 
per dilplra *1*4*1 fur elerlric *ln*e 
Ataliahle Mey 1 Rent IU Oppc-ne 
Culvoud Oolf Club 8u 1 1 able for rmtple 

THREE ROOM Uelmunl J*X 

AJM« BEDR.XIM Sf'ITP Wiri! EIJCCTRIC 

atoye Pvidgt nm »-f.r lie*! Alrynnuer 
AuU 7*1 i’aud.tra aee Caretaker, Suit* 
4W. dr Carmlrharl A Co, Lid . ill* 
Bruart Ni | eel , « 7J4I. 


AN AlMtul UTE NT LAW 
eating to*r. immediately and will 
ice my I4)g Naan Redan lor only 
in eeieUenl condittitQ and rqnlp|iril 
air eanditiimer and »eai coyer* 
PJareiice Street K 7974 
ONLY 4294 


POUR-YEAR- OLD BLOND ALSATIAN, 
Dm hlg for uty ilual *eil Deed to 
children. O IJ5* 


l*U cnrgaler Sedan 


194* MKTBOR Dt LUKE TUDOR COACH 

13 (On mile* Color navy Owner leay- 
me • Iran ntuai lie aoid 710 Prlnreu av» 

DMtm Pontiac torpedo t sedan- i*4i hiu van SEDAN nxsT offer 

MuDLHN tltf *"7 « 00,: eon.llflon Cu»i.nn ac.apuo 501 Nainnuw D'D* Reimi.m 

igo 'ad-, heater d.frD*ter aun vuor. *eat para lialmutti JAJX 

coyer*, two-tune tiaint Only 11.295 

T T-a.Ie lecn.e 1*41 CHEVROLET REDAN 4*40 CAN 

WEN t COAST AUTO BAI.X8 f -iiunre gSQ* - III handle 101* Petn- 

91? Duuilaa Comer llroughlutt E 3131 brrlnn Road, before 1115 

REDUCED 1300 FOR SALE la)a CMEVROLFT SF7IAK. 

1140 Mer.-ury He.ian In very good e«n- gocnl rartdlMnn Min' i.e ,n|d | g • *. 

dltl.m air-cunaitliiiiei eeai rnyer*. turn O )k.M 
mill. at0t> new urn tare |2H0 Now 

only II 7 95 Trade, term* 1M7 MERCURY Two noos BEGAN - 

W»j*t COANT AUTO RALES k*'*innt rondtllnn Healer and ce- 

•27 Dunglaa burner Hn.ughlon t t*)l ILOOO Phone II 1451 

A HEAL SNAP IN CHEAP TKANRPOR- DK SOTO REDAN RADIO AND 

• a i ion 7* Chevrola* Nedan t|y* gwotf '/ealer lp.m*«-ulaie ri.ndluan fi 1*4 
ifiHw' H «ir» • <1I*H vhrmi, «••♦ Miip 1 141 Morklmil AtthMf 

‘"“4 ***** GOOD TAANHP. .STATION 

<1 1117 Mini it. 14k. Sunday muirtlhg or C ‘" •“ •' 


BucKrapirins 

•rt-od loe Champion* " 

The All-In-One Dog Meal 

GOOD HOME FOR FEMALE COLLI* 
pup. four month* old Oood with chil- 
dren 44 16 Mow* (*• reel 


M HOUSKKfcEI'INti KOOMS 
TO KENT. FUUNLSHKD 

L A R O t BRIOHT - IfOUSEK KEPI N( 
room with kiirhenett# Newly drro 
rated kuinmall hot water Wilkin 
diatanee Suitable for no* or two work 
log people Or unfurnlahed B 4541 
140* Chambers Street 


PART BPANIEI. PUPH MALE OR FX 
male. M I’hnne Belmont 19-W 


HOME WITH FIVE UKDHOOMR LIVING 
moo. (Inline |(l«m. dell, kilrhen With 
e|e. irte ranee and fridge Raiemeni with 
automatic ml furn*. e Bendi* waatier and 
dryer Rem UM) per uii.nib une-year 
leave R» fvrencr • Bu* 20M V let tut* 


Done 


GRAIN FED MX’KER PORK )Jr HALF 
t*r altula Rldi. ay *4(1 Hubbard Centre 
Hr.ad Sidney 


YOUNG IMPtM II* EACH W A M 
ClUf* Beat Hill Road 


Healer 


nt 175 Adulla aitly iO*k Bay. fS>e m-.m. i 

’fe»* m.iijr healing I e,«e a t g 

t. MubtHA SUITE **' Vieioria Pt... 

••*•? »'»» Wall- FIVE MOiiMKD KVU Y 
frig and aloge. 4*5 Glen l.ake PenMnnee pr 
Glen Lake C.uii.u.g Rtoir. 

L>DE7tN •iBl P-CON- n "*‘ ( “* Y * ,lrf * u Ul 
l’«. May I and twi*. HOURS Pgr KENT ON t.tlOII ROAD •" 
r » May • Aduita Thrae rW.mi and naih 
® WL1 mud MriRr 

’•rrainn an w m> . <»*"•(•! "Ore fue-u.i 


UMl CADILLAC k3 rmm-DOOR 
tedan uodee Ji6.it* mile-, ditw-ti_e.illr.ir 
In n.vaeli ailtee new Term* in rr»pnti- 
*IM* pari* but nu Dade Phon# KE l)ki.. 

Van.vurer 


PAIR Or RED PACTOK CANARIES 
E DM 


3U MI-SCEJ.I.AN KOLS 

LIVKSTOi-K 


1*51 HILLMAN MINX-DB LUXE S*bAN I,h° yi’' E^i fci »^ A ^ji 
eecgllrut ruitdiltnit Leather upnol- W|>ai nffrr*' I! 244* 
atery i g.ian air-cnndlilociinc heater and 
ilr f mate. Only 11.2*5 Trad* r*rnta 

WEST CD AST AUTO HALEB 
*27 Do. iglkk rorrirr Rrnuglitiin X Sill 

PONT Mf3H THIS 

|»*t P*)NT1 4C SfDAN ETT » CUSTOM 
ra.i.o and Heater lmirtaiul*<e Hindi- 
turn M.m* He teen In be anpret.eied 

. . ... H'«l nlfer Term* aitaneed Owner a; 

» Aduil* only Apply 4ki>,l»lo Clare Slreet off Oak Ret A tent*. 

I4'0 BLACK MrTXOR CUSTOM COUPE 
ROAD, PIVK H.KiMb TO EldetbrncC Head* ntanifald \ We-.er 
month. .IM Yarraw lluild- ratr. Meyrury .-rank wored AM over- 
air* Mnlur on* da* bill New Irana- 
■.V. uetliBw ..u. bttkel r*4r end. fender ea- 

JM IIOUhF PON RFNT A1 r, a . • • 1)5* Pmiayinn 

.AD rent Apply full 

Ifttii FORD ruNVEIITlfil r M argon 

overdue# radio n#a>er ei<ili»n» eon- 

I UPPER DUPLEX FOR dtltnn inw tnll#aee ,.n» owner fan 
mumh I' . on* G_7TM _ •-* wen *l ,'k»l Cek*r illll R..*.t 
U54I r*k Ul.'klfr * R *-'**• 


WILL CUSTOM HATCH YOUR SET- 
tn.ga of inn** duck chicken et*e Or- 
der* taken fur eualina* Hratherle* Parm. 
Phone Sidney 331 X 


Dozens of Good Trucks, 
Deliveries and Pickups 
At Prices and on Terms 
You Con't Better 

1B4S Clteyrulet 7 wn-Ti.it COE II III 
144* Meixury Three. Tan «... ..ai f*| 

!•*• A'l'Un Counlryman ».*» 

M43 Cheyrnlei V-Tltlt Pi, tup *-.** 

I>tk Inter >. tenal Two Tort Durnn I»H 
1*45 Pargo Ilalf-Tbn Pickup . .. *mhv 

MANY MORE TO CHOOBV PROM 


GreenhnuM ralirra 
flat* heoche* etc. 
•vvnlna*. O 3141 


five room atiicco home Nnrth 

a area. IN lleuterrr.an Co. 


UPSTAIRS DUPIX.X PliUR 
and Ihrey-piare Haiti child 
Ms Crai# flower, key next door 
Vtrinrla Prr*i 


POR BALE-ONE COW AND A NUMBER 
of eannitt Mr* Adam Duncan, R R 3, 

Book* Rnad, Baarenna 


Ifttfl MORRIS rONVERTtMLE PXrpl- 
le.n mndlUon On ie«m* »k*a a*t Pm# 
Huaei 

!»** METEOR DE LUXE CLUB COUPE 

Air ■•rtdlf.li.rtar mirage ea.e.,#n> 

ronaillun Phone Alb 3>« V 

SPEEDW AY AUTO AAI K* - O ?«B? 
Terma tradea aai Tate. 


ACCOMODATION IN IH* IIEAR7 OF 
Victoria In a gnwd-e.aa* hotel at mod- 
erate ratea We lake car* of tranatem 
and permanent gueale llo-u*' eeaing 
ruuma aeallabit 

Enjuv le.aeiaion lb sm eomlortani* 
laurge 

724 YATES STREET. VICTORIA BO. 
Fhone* 0 0411. U 637b 

CENTRAL, warm IOO-\ FIREPROOF 
looking for a me*, gulel tioepmg or 
light houiekeeping room* Hie St Jame* 
H.i-.el and Apartment* baa luit mat to 
offer, wits abundance of hot water. 
*ie*m heal. eie*ator and maid eeretea 
Phono in «acb room Ineattigato buw our 
moderaia rat** 

ET JAMES HOTEL AND APARTMENTS 

ABERDEEN MOTE! 

Attracii**. Quiet Biirroundinga 
Rot and Cold Wai«r In Ee*ry Ro»a 
Clot* In— Dining Rnom 
•41 MeCiura Street O 2741 


Iftlll BTUDEUAKBR PUUH-D4JOR 
a* Ian *ntid Ur#* Iteaiar. radio, S*- 
frOairr it**rk*l*e ne* nailery elartrlr 
• Iper and good pa.ni E 4233 D W 
Ora ham 


SNAP 490n CREDIT NOTE ON A NEW 
Cheyrnlei rar fny i*5ft Pl.une f» 3142 

FOR SALE. l»40 MERCURY aEOAN. *57k 

Cnlqult* 144 H 


ROOM IN NICE 
lib gat elute. but|. 


WILSON 
MOTORS LTD. 

ISLAND'S LARGEST 
DEALER 

YATER AT QUADRA 


JEEVF.S UH.JS -MOVINO AND 
• •• uaeking crating, looai an 
■Ilalanra muring to laiind. SC 
land Prune Minti Lift Van • 
Vanr-iuyer E ftk33 


I long. |6to AUSTIN SEDAN A-*a RADIO 
Main- heai*r *h>iwrmin. rondilhin lo* mile- l*)t WILL* 

rule* >o a«e II 075 Ikrma arranged nut near#*t offer 

n-. I rad* Or Oahhftrdl Veietana Hoe- . _ 

, , PI*. B *391. ft •* 5 pm '»> 7 WJMW 

I.f'IHT di'ioii H'atei 

rnlalios HU VI NO PRIVATELY ••»» UH POft 

nainnrr law rate* »o flnanra mat ourchaa* f,”/ 

Ini (4k I -ana arraneed while ruw wan It « ,lx * 1 w 

Miller * Ca look ciwv#rom#ni oiui ^ynn 

) LTD °* >31 * - "• ** 

re 1.4-M# RAH'iAfN ivy* IILVt CIIEVROIST P» , >lu ( 

irm»»er bar. na.i.r, h»*'*r r * iigr.'M t> el»0 Atb.on 

he.ttlgli'* f nr.it m». g rot *HH» 

■eel f irefleru <..*>. ill lot. IMI MODEL A 

I lilt! j*t> Colqu.'l I71t nighie Drr it *t i|| 


rm.urTn rar pwM»w->y Pnpi.. e. .w TWO ROOM BUI PUHNIBHEII 
EKPtNU ROOM TWO-ROOM SUITE. BUSINESS PEOPLE «niH- lilahed am. and Cuptxieid* « 
of waaher. «m nnly 47) Matv heiter. oetwrrn Gotge and ,i3,i0 
Bur., aide Hill! 

HOUSEKEEPING TWO-H.X)M SUITE IN FAIRFIELD 
tt 1**3 p..m Bay cloae to tl.oppm* dlatrict. Buiiaki* for 
- aflf wr ieu wnrklng ilrla Phone 115)11 

NOW VACANT W>MPU«TAniE BfLr- 
eemained upatair* eaiiie Albert Head. 


CHEVROLET OLDwWOUfLE and 
CADILLAC HEADQUARTXRJI 

OPEN EVENINGS - 8 1 Ibi 


OIXN COURT ITOTEL 
Clean, tomfortabift, quiet rurroundinga 
Wrekly 15 and up Blarahard and Hum- 
Bold! 

THE OLENBHriL 604 DOUOUAA A 
rfraldenlial hotti proeidlng eeery comfort 
for elderly people E4ia* 

f. HOTEL 5*5 JOHNSON ST 
Clean comfarlable rnom* aim -light 
hQuaekevpIng Ralei leaaonable K5I43 


AV Aff.ABIJC MAY 1 ON* THREE-ROOM 
aulle npK.-e.te Clly Kail, Dover Apart- 
m#nit *44 Curmorant. or II 377* 

THIIKE LARGE ROOMS AND PANTRY 

unfurnlahed f...«ewtci jdwn and but No 
Children O *773 

EVIUR llajtiM ©CITE NEAR JUBILEE 
Knanila. 444 No rhHilren See Mr 
Oard Hill Durhe^a Sul'* 2 0 7453 

TIIHBE - ROOM SELF CONTAINED 
a par truant Oroiiid • o p-. w.« n h 

N/i children n Jj_. 

LARGE YMREK-ROOil »tLi..D AplIX 
HOME l ' 4r * cupboard rpar# recently r.rr ira -d 
l.rheti kOrta* 


13 HOI sks WANT EO M» 
KKNT. n KMSIII l> 


PITZER & NEX 
MOTORS LTD 

Jk*g Dnugla* Street - E *033, B 431) 
* YOUR HILLMAN DEALER 

HILLMAN MINE OS LUX 
' J* SEDAN Medio alr-ennditinj.e 

mileage ONLY J I 4y, 


HOUMEK KEPI NO ROOM 

I aw Qtiadr* Street. 
John * -Church 


TO RENT 
Oppoalio Bt 


!•*• DE BOTO PERFECT CONDITION. !??■ 

• male o.ner )1 «ns mile, air con. ,lw nM,t “ r * 
dll imed tadln ur.deraeal Fvlr# II *40 |*a( ANOL1A COAt 


with hoi plat#, near Victoria 
Brhool Phone E aid* 


Tranatanr 


TRANSIENT APARTMENTS BY DAY OR 
•*ek Kent Apt Hate!. Blanlhard St 


■ ail BUICK SPECIAL SEDAN. 1*45 
roah or near after Q 74M 

Iblft CHEVSIOLET SEDAN NIC* 
Clrndllibli 3115 Wa.rona Slrwet 8 4430 

PRINCEPS AUTO SAI.KN 
aia johnuoh kTi.gr i n ion 

1*3* PONTIAC IB PERFECT CONDI- 
tton n IftFl 

i*i» dodge sedan reasonable 
T erm* lit 0»*»a» uwtwewn 5-7 10 n m 

(•37 POfiD M BCR A NIC ALLY OejOD 
(Ire* goed. Il» »*n F ii'ermn 


RITZ HOTEL. 710 FORT ST 

FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND 
ROOMS - K H»l 
■levator So««m« - Permanent «r 


DODOE N FECIAL (ME LUXE 
REDAN Gowd tirwa etc IU- 
& 1 1 nr 


"ELF -CONTAINED !lACB«OR SUITE 

flioa# In. Fa.rf.r.d IUU l«ai 

FOUK-ltuuM «UrTX PR IV A f E BAT II » n 
Ea terfr. nH phone ( nil It 

BRIGHT TfiniE ROOM SUITE, CLOSS un' 
in I4k a m»nin g 7gj*. lo, 

TWO-ROOM SUITE, LANGFORD IM YC 
l'*r mamh Kine Really B 2l2i wli 

TT4J4SX-HOOM UPFSH. NICE HOME FOR * 
adult*. 4U t4M d'wl*. nn* 

CLEAN THREE - ROOM SELF - CON db 
■aii.kd tUlt# I 5BB4- 


COMFORTABLY FURNISHED BED SIT - 
tin* fonin rifrnoiele fnr light hdiaekrep- 
int 1143 Rjrdetr 

SUNNY FRONT ROOM WITH KITCHEN 
eue (antral aaa Courtney Ph.m* 


HUDSON SUPER <« SEDAN 

Cuetoni radio, neaiarr new 
lire* Priced la gone 


34a SIMMI.R BKNOKTS 


FURNISHED HOUSER AND APART- 11 
mmii wanted for *»aff mem'*#r* el th* 

Summer * haul of Education Jylj I 

In Auiiiei * Fhryn* B afll. Local 7ii. c ,,g 
nr write Summ-r Nchnol of Elu»atl«n. 
Depart menr rvf Sduratinn. Victoria LIO 

— — MM 

I INI. AND RAINBOW . h „ 
Widely vcetiereO bouee- 

aafe iwimmtng IIEl 
Layard Gang'* ••• 


HILLMAN SEDAN 


l*it Dolir. LA* ST AUTOMOBILE IN- 
auranee .* well written *r tiro rale* 
MawkF* kra-er l.ld 34-hnur leleirhnne 
*Ff*|c# Beacon 1101 


lurrdae 


lilt FORD COACH 
B#M aflee > after. 


FL'RN LIKED SUITE TO SHARE WITH 
CUrutian lady Your own room, Oon- 
ie.ee dllLnrt Bet 2 0*2 Victoria Pic«* 


SAIT 4FRIHO 
Beech Camp ' 
keeping cnltage* warm 
h<-wt-> teWOla, fruieer 
yo Phone 74 M 

MAPLE INN MAPLE BAY DUNt.alk. COMFORTABLY FURNISHED SMALL SEMI Ft'RNIRKED 
V 1 OF-a Ml NtniM Rad aowS rai*a. .«.«• ' •» ™r«m. “d ka 

BA uiuftw and RIlAKl) -* *•” Mirhl 

SO KtityY* ana duahii i.Anni front nnnu erwi v nerw. 


IIU CM XV OCtOO CONDITION - PR1- 
• *ie no ne? Cuainm radio iwater 
bar* -up ugh! ft 400 ram and tarmt 

a«r*»*e« »7>Fly 1*33 Cow* Blr»w« 


SELF-CONTAINED UPPER DUPtrX 
Two lane r fiena * fully (umlahed. all 


THERE ARE NO SETTER BUYS. W 
utii o, n '•*" U«n «7 K-M MMiif* Lid IIB1 
“ Yalee a i Coo* Blrwat Oo#n. wy-nina. 
houa# be p M2I | 

de refer- «_ — 

I n •••). OOtMQ NORTH ' 

M**e an after kR my l»3ft Na.h Lafae- 
t'lTTI It- wee «»<ian Very good rwnd’Uon Will 
'Ur-Yii'irn erreot .. mi »*rr Fr-yiencw W E 7974 

ORD SFDAN OOOD RUNNING 
‘.-•ler |i>| hewtftyd ‘tSi T fto 
Naanoet Ma'are 0 1445 9*4 O-rl 


USED CAP SPECIALS 

k AT LOW LOW PRICER 


!•*! PLYMOUTH • -PASS COUPS 
ar trade What elieri? S a* 54 


A y war-round low woeftiy 'at* INI perm- 
anent gueti • with or witftMbt mean Rat 
and cold watai and a mepbnr.e >r aeary 
room I aieenion *ni4f>*inm*nl Sowm 
•lib meaU *» '«• *• »» •••* 

17# Go«*rnm*nt S'roet di >« G Mil 

ROOM AND BOARD POR ELDERLY 
la dr in bom# wt»h orh#r* Trat eervlew 
and walhli I «nn# Tea aerwwd In *f*»r- 
■■on. hni mil Un eyening Reaeoneblw 
rate* ynquire Mr* M MarRa# 241 
Ren..*dr Mr#*' Nanaimo B C 

YcTtnlO COUPLE IN MOORRN HOME 
•mild ilk# ia fr-*ard ip* fount "*•« ta 
■ha'# roam Full board. Ill B*r •*•* 


PARTLY FURN HIKED CABIN HOURS 
kaepmg room ai TMmi* Quadra Bui 
and *to rw* )3f I ftil) 


THREE BOOM suite furnished on 

unfurnlehad Adulla nnlr USl llalmn,,! 


BRIOHT 61. RAN UOWT-HOOSEXEEP 
ink twin Bull ouier bwainett lady 11*4 
MinUi Nrrrl E 003k 

TWO-ROOM SUIT* TWO BINOLE 
r««* Quiet bua.nayr people arefmwd 
Hire Ineallnn Phone B 1533 


WORKING CODEIA NO .'MlllrtrlU 
•wutd like Iwu-pedmanw b#n*# •# ar mil 
of «r»y Ran r *rm>nd #ta a month Phrm# 


The Royol Trust Company 

lift) u<ty*mm*n> Boaet g rr 


IMI CHEVROLET POUR-DOOR BLOF 
Iny baeft Sddan Co«»1#*fr1r equipped 
3f » tm mil**. 43 I4S Term* TW Cam 
aonia oPtnaPa Arana 
n r a;s . j- ,i -y. e ranm awau - 
ab4# •■Ftos r»ar an* foe Aimmo 7 At- 


TWO-BOOM SUm EVERYTHING 
found Central *«« Faielr#ld Road 


u -.FLATS snd APAKTMKNTS 
WANTED. FlKMSHr.n 





30 ML VIm***#, i.C. ' !7 CABS FOR SAI.E 

mmmr, a#vH 12« i*sj f 


47* TRUCKS and TRAILERS 
«r KOB SALE 


17 CARS FOR SALE 


(Bobby Sox 


By Marty Link* 




tHE BEST BUYS 
IN TOWN 
ARE AT 
1020 YATES ST. 


47 CABS FOR SALE 


NATIONAL 

MOTORS 


BERNIE 


BERNIE 

NICHOLLS 


!»«» IORO PICKUP OOOD CONOmOU' 
»1 060, uimi 1300 divan O Jill 


NICHOLLS 


lltt PORD THUCK. CHEAP PART* foa 
l*J« Chey Ford irucki O 4*13 


Your Ford Dealer 


In Four Short Years 
Has Built Up 
the Largest 
Used Car Business 
On the Island 


mi 1‘ TON DODO B STAKE TRUCK, 
like Dr* Apply *JJ Balmoral RoaiI 


Old Car Corral 
945 Yates St. 


FOR EVERYONE 


FOUR- YARD ‘‘TEEL BOX AND HOIST, 
At amduvan. Mio caiq is: w 

LOGGING HUNK T • AUXILIARY 
trad -tn;«»l'n foi-jua* *01 

13-FOOT MOUSE TRAILER 1100 H EL- 
nuim 30-4J 


Visit our Us^chCor Lot on 
Yores St. Just obove the 
New Cor Showrooms. 


Yes — there's True Value for 
everyone all the time ot Davis 
Motors. True Vqlue repre- 
sented by oil-time low prices 
plus the fact that every car 


NFS* HOME or (WTXKNATIONAL. 
MOONEY A BON *11 View at *4111. 


SPECIAL 


Every Month *0ur Vofume 
of Satisfied Customers 
Increases 


IMA KAROO 3-TON TANDEM A 
5945 7 ‘>* ra «M>dy •BtrODlt! El 

47b PARTS, TIRES and 


Buy a '51 or '52 Ford 
Todoy Drive it up to a 


irtfolri 

’(talk 


WHY WAIT TILL THE BUMMER 


SPECIAL 


BUY -NOW 


SPRINGS Ol. ASA AND BRAKE LIN. 
in** Randy’i Auiu Parts Jit Cormorant. 
E 7411 

WRETKINn iMl FORD TIRES AB 
lira batlrrv new good running rngtne 
All part* at rcauinante price* E 1470 


privileqe warranty. There's 
Television, too, ot Davis 
Motors , . , o $545 Emerson 
Television to be given away 
to some lucky person . . . 
nothing to buy . . . See our 
Ad on page 10. 


you the full purchase 
less ONLY $100 


BE A REASON ! 


3-5TAR SPECIAL 
For One Day Only 

7 FORD TUDOR f 

/ SEDAN. Pull price .. 2 


price 

for depreciation on a 


THERE IS A REASON 1947 

Bernie is never too busy 
to give each customer his IV4 ^ 
own personal attention. 

And his staff ore trained 
to give the utmost in 
service and satisfaction. 


5 I U4 J POUR TIRES 6 15*18 TIKES IN 1)000 
nape Apply Ki>mn 101. Station lloie L 

TWO BRAND NEW FIRST-LINE *00x19 

$595 «lr*» nr* lube and wheal. It) a Mill. 

*11 FORD PARTS TOR SAI.E PHONB 
Belmont tTlT 

$3195 J'j a f ;* K,Na l#li IK,,K,K kok PARia 


new IV 
Monarch 


STANDARD CON- 


We con offer you this 
because of the Hiqh 
Resale Volue of FOnSiS. 


U )0 DOWN 

AUSTIN 10 H.P. 4 c 

4/ VAN 2a 

1334 DOWN 

j 7 MORRIS c-i 

%/» COACH _ 2w 

11 Ml DOWN *34 MONTHLY 


$49 DOWN 


SPECIAL' 
Dn*l*e Df I.tikc 

Sedan 

SPECIAL 

Hil.lxon 

Coupe . 

SPECIAL 

OiiMmutiiic 

Coarn 

SPECIAL 

Jaguar coRVfrybl* 


CLARKES AUTO PARTS 33*1 DOUO- 
la« tired Dtm for cart and trucks 


1913 PORD TUDOR Radio and 

heater Two- ton# *3.194 

1953 CHFV DF LUXE TUDOR 

Heater and Power Olid* 93195 

'9*3 PONTIAC COUPE Radio and 
— heater *3,15* 

IE43 MERCURY 9-PASS COUPE 
Twv-Utn* paint, naw Urea and 
*rr TtmarTPirwr 13 *9* 

I9SLCHEV SEDAN. Radio and 

heater *1 995 

1951 MFIKOR TUDOR. Heater *l-*«>. 
1951 PORD TUDOR Healer, lour _ 

new Met Overdrive *3.074 

19M AUSTIN HEDAN Healer .... 11.294 

1941 MOIkRlV CONYERTtRLB I 950 

All ’41- 33 Ford* nave four Brand new 
lust llnr tirrr regard'.*** of mileage 
Look at the aaviti* ia jou 

MANY MORE TO CHOOSE —ALL PRICES 
ALL MODELS 

CHEVN PO N 1 1 ACS. DODOES. PLY- 
MOUTHS. UL’ICKS 


SPECIALS 


FORD 

SEDAN 


j FORD COUPE * 

0 Kamo and heater . 2 

1 JOU DOWN |t| MONTHLY 


At Bernie's 
A Guarantee Is a 
GUARANTEE 


DRIV1NO UOHTS PAIR 


WILLYS 
SEDAN . 


, . CHEVROLET COACH ^ r 
* I real rlean 2 C 

1)00 DOWN 941 MONTHLY 


Losing Gregory certainly has aged Taffy — she looks 18 


FORD 

SEDAN 


UTILITY SPOTUQHT 


, , PONTIAC COACH ^ - 
1 I rao-’nr-a. Clean ear 2i 
1214 DOWN. *33 MONTHLY 


47 CARS FOR SALK 


PLYMOUTH 


SPECIAL 


TIRE CHAINS. Att.L SIZES 
BACK-UP UOHTS 


Aua^m A io 
Sedan 


, , CHRYSLER WINDSOR 
4 I SEDAN Kartio and * r 
htStdf 2 * 

1300 DOWN Ml MONTHLY 


$1095 


PLYMOUTH 


OLSON'S 


NASH 5-PASS. 

COUPE 


SPECIAL 

Chryaler Windaor 

Sedan 

SPECIAL 

Parkard 

Sedan . 


QYRO SKID CONTROL 


$595 

- Y If it's Used Cor or Truck 
$395 Quality vou are looking tor 


ties and his policy is 

"10 

Quality^ IN Never Let a Customer 

~ >,TI0N , Go Away Unhappy 

$2495 

, QC 7 CADILLAC HARD-TOP CON- 
lor Sedan I 7JJ VEmTIBLX. full* equipped 
(f* 77 QC beauUiul two-iunr item *tih 

2 a / 7 J matching uphnlairrf Thla rar 


CHEVROLET 
COUPE 


INDICATOR* 1951 TO I9»l CAM 


— We cater to those who 
want to buy the highest 
quality used vehicles. That 
doesn't meon you pay 
more. You get the 

BEST DEAL IN TOWN 
AT OLSON'S 


DO DOE 
COUPE 


YOU CAN PUT YOUR CONFIDENCE IN 


iq HUICK SEDAN. *- 

*r Side miiuntx 2) 

4214 DOWN US MONTHLY 


THOMAS 

PLIMLEY 


MIRRORS AND EXHAUST 
DEFLECTORS 

National Motors 

f i limited 

O 1191 119 YATES STREET O 


’39383? - $69$ 

FLlS MANY OTHERS AT 449 DOWN 


National will rtedlt you With 
4100 an am old tar that runt 
and n i* current llifrer piatea an 
the trnrirna >» no* or latrr ol • 
new nr u»#d car. *74 wi Mt no 


Dodge Regent Sedan 
Fully equipped . 


9 HILLMAN » 

SEDAN _ „ _ 2 

1*4 DOWS,. Ill MONTHLY 


and These at 
$99 DOWN 


t q FORD STATION e-c 
; O WAt.uN ciood motor -•> - 
1> )WN *43 MONTHLY 

!3 > 7,p _ $1 

IE DOWR *10 MOXTHTY 

i 7 FORD e 

) / COACH 2^ 

• 100 DOWN 110 MONTHLY 


TRUCKS 

ml FORD PICKUP Heater 

k*i( Thames *»-ton panel 


Plymouth CamBridt* Sedan. 

SET '“ u $2095 


CADILLAC HARDTOP CON- 
VFRTTBLB heaaillul nllee 
green «rm mai.hma interior, 
only 9.000 Billet v 


RE-TIRE-MENT PLAN! 


QUALITY 
CAR SALES 


Chevrolet Sedan. Haaisr. 
contfmoner C 1 “ 

Super Special . .« 2 I / 


AUSTIN a 
tioner. top 
condition . 


1951 CHEVROLET PANEL 
1940 MERCURY ’*-TON EXPRESS 
14 )oo tniir* Clear* 

1940 Doth IK J-TON SPECIAL 
c>n<pleir wl»h hulklteaii «uw- 
fr»m» In-ii* ami bolklrr and 
9-<un nailer I 

194* FORD PICKUP 


$1097 


VAUXHALL 9-CYL. 
SEDAN Heater 


Don’t prn-ion oil thoic amootti. worn 
H-r * 1 oel Uood>ear factor* -approved re- 
treada Taka advaniM* ol oar Ka-tlre- 
inent p an and pay at rou tide. 

"Tha laland'a La r get t Ttra Shop** 


$1299 

$1949 

$1249 

$1349 


CADILLAC FLEETWOOD SE 
DAN tulle equipped rob.n-rc* 
blue An executive car. 


Auviln A 40 Sedan. Heater, air 

conditioner, I one 


MORRIS MINOR, one owner. 


PONTIAC SEDAN 
Heater 


10 000 milee 


throughout 


*37 YATES ST 8 32 

(Ri|ltt aerma Irwin Atiai Tllealrtl' 


OLDSMORILE 
CON VEKT1ULX 


CADILLAC CONVERTIRtX. 
fully eouipped with automatic 
drhr and wlndowi Ria.e grey, 
red leather uohohterv 


PONTIAC SEDAN 
Hea’er 


Anglia Tudor Heater, ,r 
up io 40 n p|. 20*4 -J 

Prrfert Redan- Healer. tfQQC 
dftroaten 207 J 

Plymouth Special De Luxe Se- 
dan Heater and tf 1 IQC 

delroater* J I N7 J 

Dodge Sperlal De Luxe Seden 

Heater, custom seat >r i a a c 

rover* 5 1 445 


OLDSMOOILE SEDAN, radio. 


VICTORIA TIRE LTD 


IC Ol*DS < 

ID COACH _ ..2 

•40 DOWN. Ill) MONTULY 


tew urea 


COME AND 
HELP US 


PONTIAC SEDAN Com 
pletely overhauled 


Your 

Ford, Monarch, Consul, 
Zephyr Dealer 

HEART OF AUIO ROW 


DODGE SEDAN, radio, healer, 

Xr $1497 


OLDSMOU1LE Yl ROCKET 
CONVERTIBLE with Hvdra- 
matir gear ahltt ami elrririr 
wtndow* Flnixhrd in beautltul 
yellow and black top *un llxht 
blue uphnlttery Tin* )t an 
autatandlng car a *<arr* model 
to obtain c i oqc 

DOWN . 2 I J7J 


PORD MODEL A 
Sport Rnamter. 

MODEL "A" 
SEDAN 


5IGNAL LIGHTS 


HILLMAN neater. Itiw mileage 
Chooaa tram two— one » « *500 
belt* ona blua i I Z 7 7 


CELEBRATE OUR 
OPENING SALE 


Automatlr M>H-«-aore|ing -Ignal llghta 
for all make* o| care Convey contplna 
with bum*.. «unal -witch -ockete llaeher 
and wire Eaxy in tn«tall Avatlabla 
at *14 95 tel. oet your* today at 

DICKINSON & DUNN 

ARENA WAT RACE OF THE BAY 


PLYMOUTH SEDAN. radio. 

JTYo* -• ..... $947 


AL'BIIM c 

Heater. ln« mileage 5 
CHOICE OF TWO 


W'e have a gond aelerUnn of late and 
chirr <i«i»de| rar. m Al rondttion which 
arc at the towevi povxlhle prire* 


RUIfK HEDAN. heater, radio. 

ZTT?’ .. $1097 


Come In and See 
Red the Foreman 

Maybe you hove o l$)te 
model cor and need cash 
and on older cor — We 
can solve your problem 


o *117 

OPEN EVEN'D- 08 


CHEVROLET SEDAN 

Heatar 


Na«h ’ •W ’ Small Mt* Sedan 
Weather rye. air- C 1 
conditioner 2 I J7J 


OLDSMOBtLE "98 ’ SEDAN, 
panihrr fa'.a< k with In'a «( 
chrome, radio and heater A 
PullmanUed car. tavr on vour 
auto court eapenaet when 

sssr $1175 


FORD SEDAN, radio, 
heater What value.. 


OPENING SPECIALS 

- | Ford convertible tally multiped 
) I radio heater, overdrive white 

ca*ori I?™, ln,,, • $2395 

in H I I I m a n. fully envr 
I »7 equipped, radio, heater ^>0 • J 

a n Aux'ln xedan, in ex- tfQOC 

^7 tellrn; cunSHlon 5u7J 


AUSTIN A 10 
Completely rebuilt 


NEW 6-VOLT BATTERIES 
$11 50 Ex. 

13-Volt Arme Flbergia* batteries. 113 e^ 
— 1 * monUki guarantee 
PRANCtS UATTERIKS it TIRES LTD. 
HU Quadra Street Phone E 1 * 1 * 


TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS 
149 00 DOWN 

4 1 Ford Da Lux* Sedan. <e . 
I Heater 


BERNIE 
NICHOLLS' 
CAR SALES 


PLYMOUTH 

HEDAN 


TRUCK SPECIALS 

FROM OUR TRUCK MARKET 

- 1 FARGO ,-TON. 

J I Out*; ending buy 

-p. FC3RD PANEL. 

DU Value plus 


OLDSMORILE SEDAN, hydra, 
malic drive, ala -cylinder, two- 
tone erern. redio and & / re 
beatrr. DOWN 20DL 


PLYMOUTH 

SEDAN 


Pontiac Sedan Heater. 
Chevrolet angina 

Dodge Coupe Healer, 
original upholatary 

Dodge Sedan. 

Heater 


$1697 

$1447 

$1747 

$1297 

$1997 


47o ALTO REPAIRS and 
SERVICE 


Shop With 

NICHOLLS 

and Save Dollars 

945 YATES ST B 62. 
OPEN TO 9 P.M. 


\ LINCOLN 
COSMOPOLITAN 


DODGE 1-TON. 
Dependable Dodga 


DODGE SEDAN. 
Outturn heater cover* 


LANGFORD 
Lot No. 4 Presents 


MERCURY 1-TON 
EXPRESS 


TRUCK 8 

Aultin station 
Wagon 


No Down Payment 
$49 a Month Buys 
Any of These 


LtNCOT. 1 t SEDAN. Hydra 
drive pier trie aindnwe. radio 
and air condltianrr Coor Ox- 
ford grey Thla rar v*i u»rd 
m the Royal proceaxiun and 
*tt*t uver *7 000 nrw Your op- 
pnrtuniiy to ptirchaee.A truly 
duttnettve automobile can be 
liurrhaxrd for only the mail 

2E.„. _ $1375 


rATOO 'i-TON. 
Top pertormance. 


Fargo 4j-Ton Panel 
Heater 


FAROO. FM5 FLAT DECK 
Ideal for all-round j ^ 797 


YOUR PRESENT CAR AS DOWN PAY 
MENT 


Tei . Your pregent rar plue 
*• tittle at 949 a month end any 
of tlirtt beautiful can can o* 
your*. 


A ODon Eve* , Q 43*0 P. Wakeham 


PAINTING 

BODY AND FENDER 
REPAIRS 


PACKARD SEDAN 

Erern, ab-Miiutely 

apntlra* Duwu 


FAROO *«-TON, It a 
a gift at 


KNOW 


PONTIAC SEDAN. 
Heater 


CHEVROLET DE 
Pi iW'EliOLIDI. redi 
heater torpedo 
bark Du* n 


,11X9 

and 


; 1951 

in Heater 

$2299 
It Sedan 1941 
$2299 

u«tnm tc- 1950 
$3999 

$1899 1948 

$1599 1946 

$1699 j 939 

$2099 iQ 49 


A Wood Used Car 
Is A Good Used Car 

Se« These "GOLD SEAL 
SPECIALS" Today 


FAROO CAR AND 
CHASSIS 


VICTORIA |y4/ 

SUPER SERVICE LTD. 1947 

1947 


DO DOE '.-TON Fait 
pirkup. low roil 


C Anti. I AC SEDANFTTK 
tune giry and rea 
and heater ^ 

Du* ii .. 2 

FORD PORDOR* SEDAN 
end healer e 

Dawn — 2 


DODGE DUMP, rernndltlaned 
jnioughoui. ne. 5,797 


Offer the opportunity to 
purchase a Morris or 
M G. Cor and take de- 
livery in Enqland. Use 
this car for the duration 
of your visit to the Old 
Country ond it will be 
shipped back to Cahada 
for your use on • your 
return. 


Thomas Plimley 
Limited 


FORD below 
market buy 


PONTIAC HEDANCTTt 
and 'hrkter I 

Down — 


PLYMOUTH 
SEDAN Heater 


CHRV TWO- DOOR 
SEDAN Heater 


CHEVROLET PANEL Ideal 
lor light COQ7 

delivery — J77/ 


$1395 


DOWN 


CHEV DE LU3CB SEDAN Over. 

motor • * 1 iqc 

Radio and beater 


MERCURY SEDAN, radio and 


PACKARD Sedan, 
heater ... 


CALL OR PHONE ( 

1010 YATES STREET 


PORD J-TON 
QUALITY FLAT DECK 

FORD CAB AND 
CHASSIS, only _ — 


MERCURY REDAN OverUrlve 
genuine leather »r**e. metal- 
lic green t|Mit light. {7 rA 
radio, healer DOWN 2/OU 


We also finance privote sales 


PONTIAC Rydramaue 
radl* and heater — 


METEOR SEDAN Heeler 

SST^.. $1595 

CHEV DE LU3CE e 1 7Q r 
SEDAN 2 I / 7 J 

STUDEBAKER B T A R L I T » 

$1950 


47d AUTO FINANCING and 
INSURANCE 


S. C. SANGSTER 


CHEVROLET Powerglld# 
Redan — ■- 


FORD B-PAS 8 COUPE Pully 
equipped Urven »/,r 

color DOWN 204 J 


NAHM SEDAN 
Down 


AUTOMOBILE FINANCINO 
Furrhaxea of .aulnmnallea, nnuaehnIB 
appllanre* and induvlrtal aqulpmenl 
flnanred on manihlv payment tilan. 

loan* on t.aie Model Cart 
Reaaonalil* Hale* Prompt Her view 
INLAND FINANCES LIMITED 
1113 Broad St Fl-un* O arden Mil 


Whotever Your Used Vehicle 
Requirements Are You'll Get 
THE BEST DEAL IN TOWN 
AT 


Vcteron Auto Mort Ltd. 

CORNER QUADRA AND CALEDONIA 


HUICK Dy 11 a flow 
Coup* . 

PONTIACt* Pax* 

Coup* 


FORD SEDAN 
Down 


CHEVROLET Radio, enirn 
healer, power glide 24 I DU 

HUDSON SEDAN PACEMAKER 
T*u-tone, • oou mart e one 
Down 


Be sure and see our 
USED CAR LOT for Vic- 
toria's FINEST ond BEST 
values in Enqlish and 
American cars. 


FORD COURE. 
Down 


47r TKUC KS *nd TUAII.l Its 

FOR KALE 


METEOR CUSTOM TUDOR 

Redlo.nd . $215C 


MERCURY 
PICK HP Dn*n 


PURCHASE YOUR CAR AT M-V 
REDUCTION IN CARR VINO CRAROHS 
and k'k'V INTEREHT 

ON UNPAID BALANCE 
»W»5 OIl.LfcJxPIE HART * CO LTD 
V* •li rtlRT ST GARDEN 11*1 

*iv, CAR INSURANCE COBTR ONLY Ilf TO 
..-n voter in MU to eel a nine card 
J-., s i W BUCKLER INSURANCE ADENCINB 
IJTJ P »M* E 314* Hoorn I gll Uov-rnm-nl 

r 5831 |M C ARS and TKUCK-S 

WANTED 


K M MOTORS 1 rn 
Wlfll* R«it>* and Brvytre 
P.iur-wh»*i lilt* Jeep* tru, «i 
kiauon *agnn.. 

40 Vanguard Panel 
4» FnM ivu-lnn ah and -haul* 

BUICK CONVnillHLE PtnlF-v »* Chevroi-I . -tx.g) Panel 
automatic, yellow IKidv »la< k *1 '’ ,r ' , v,r .' . 

Inp . , a r a *3 rn-vrolet • ton Panel 

down $1350 "«“ r ‘»-u.n Pickup 

40 Docige 1 f-lnn FtnrJ 

CHEVROI.IT FOUR-DOOR HP- 1,07 •' Coohl 

DAS radio end heater light |*47 lEirR NATION AL PICK UP WON- 
Wti* grey, » odd mile* » 07 c ferfui #'l aruund r^ndlD-»p F'«* grdrt 
DOWN 20/0 tire- excellent rrutor Riel) roftdltlOD Rke 

ne« Pflrad IO x»l| al OO 1 V )*•! Ifatl 
OIDSMORH E •'»*’ SERIES HE- trade arieptalil* ll )!>N- H call at 1331 
DAN H)dramatle. radio LorEley 

lYnww ’ 5545 «»«• INTFHN ATION Al ‘,-TON PICK UP 

«(»•-•. Nla r. rn uea 1 t I (43 till 


OLSON'S 


FORD HARDTOP CONVEX I 
Illl.E I we-tonr * r\r\r 
10 "00 mile* DOWN 2YUL 


PHIvnrif FT FOUR-DOOM HI 
t«'X» srnNN i ad in and 

..... $545 


J. M. WOOD 
MOTORS 


RTUDEBAKEit t-Paa* 

Cuutre .. 


OID 8 Hydrama'le 
Redan radio and healer 


VICTORIA 
SUPER SERVICE 
LTD. 

dlonshord ot Johnson G 4934 


$50 000 Stock to 
Choose From 


BTTDFHAKEH 5-Pata 
COUPE Nrw paint 


Yeu'ra Dodge. Da Soto end Dodge Truck 
, Dealer * 

3 Location* to Serve You 
1*13 Yatea— Rhone O 11M— 1081 Tate* 
1800 Douglaa Si — On* Block Prom 
The Ray 


K-M MOTORS 

LTD. 

1107 YATES 


DON'T FORGET 
WE TRADE UP OP- DOWN 
Phone Belmont 375 

LANGFORD j compare our values 


$2199 
$1599 

payloaders priced low 

These for $99 DOWN 


SPOT CASH 
Paid for Oood Clean. 
Lat* Model fixed Cara 
DAVIS MC/TURH LTD 


HUMRER HAWK 
Heater and extrai 


SEE — DRIVE — BUY 
A NEW WILLYS TODAY 


BEFORE YOU TRADE OR BELL SK 8 
MAYNARDS AUCTIONEERS 

O 5 *«l 


PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN. robin 
eeg blue CK.7«; 

DOWN 20 /D 

PLYMOUTH 4-PAHS COUPE 
Uhve greet) arnr 

DOWN 2 J/J 


GLADWELL 
MOTORS LTD 


HILLMAN DE LUXE H*Uxn 
O., I t 4 SOS C I 


W F FAY CASH FOR I ATX MODEL 
car- MnelHy Car Sale*. *17 Yale*. 
R >341 

REDAN DELIVERY, 4* la 40; have 
S’.er daM Van* urd in Al rundltiun. 
A lb. an 144 M 


LOUIS NELSON 
LTD. 


S i IQC TION OF OOOD USED CARH IN EVERY 
1 PRICK RANGE LOOK AT THESE 

$995 EXAMPLC 8 

5 ^ 9 ^ Buy This One Wholesale 

I Q 40 PONTIAC FIVE - PA 8 HENOER 
•XLU.AN | yxo COUPE heater MaAe-. price 

$1445 ,lM * 

• hi i > r Our Price Wholesale 


LINCOLN - MERCURY • METEOR 

"Victoria's Volume Dealer" 


MERCURY SEDAN Rrw motpr 
new lire* e , ->r 

DOWN 24 Z- 


117 PANDORA • *15 JOHNSON *8111 


DODGE REOSKT SEDAN A 
nerfert rar tf*ycrv 

DOWN — 2 / DU 


THAMES 
PANEL 

POnD REDAN 
DELIVERY 


1*53 HF.NIlV J VArjAHOfiD. I >SA trilrt 
ax n-» DaWlk l ,M 


PONTIAC REDAN 
r*dio, heater irn- 
mirulate DOWN 


1451 AUSTIN SEDAN -rile 8 .WW mpe 
xrry rleauT g'laran'eer- ax ne* 
D-i«n 

1911 ,ti*)FH*K H 8 HIXT Cl UR COUPE 
nnlv 1 too tntirx rn .| I b p • <1 
Dawn * »•"« 

1944 VANGUARD RtPA-r l-iw mjlrare 

Down 

1848 VERCntY t,.TON riCK»’P 4 verv 
ciran tru'X euitlCKl*il Down I 8 M 

liM« VM'XnMJ SIX - ’CYLINDBR- 
8 FUAN. new __ pailii- - a«ML _llrr 
Down _ 84*4 

184* THAMES S-ToN PANEL, rutor 
M-mo'.rtrlf ovrrl.a.jled Duwo *13h 

1449 PRETECT HF.n A N Jet hi act patnt 
an* naner lin new Dirwn 11M 

194* MERCURY SEDAN rnwhanicaiiy 
aound o«d* and ealnl very Clean, 
lirex ea.elleui 0.1 a n 14(10 

1441 RITCK SEDAN, paint and tire* e*. 
eellent, full* rauRiiMd D-«.n I 

»«« PLYMOUTH SEDAN meehanirallv 
sound Duwn ^ ITS 


CHEVROLET l-TON 
FLAT DECK 


CHRYSLER WINDAOR REDAN 
A trill* baaot'tul car aqto 
drive , ip.,t n ratio air • r-.n- 

diflrmed. guarante-d COQC 
DOWN 2 O/J 


RTT'DBHAKEM 
PLAT DEt-K 


rfltVROLET SEDAN One 

SI 695 

PACKARD SIX r L I P *• 8 R 
TWu-DOOR SEDAN rmtr 
35 Odd mile* g % «gr 

fitii'nvnrr — . 4> I / 1 J 


CHEVROLET T W O - D O O R 
RUdTLK-HArK SEDAN <u»- 
rnm radio and t ^ a iC 

hea'er .. 2 I o4D 


I’. -TO*) DODGE TRUCK IN EXCE1. 
■f<v ii,*|,e Apply ■ J. . 0*1 tori 
llnlei Room *3 

*aS FOOT FACTORY TRAILER »- 
fn*>t ■ »» xtake xid»« removal)!* Nearly 
ne* 8110 RaimwAt 3*»1t 


TRADE UP 
OR 

DOWN 

TIP TOP 
AUTO SALES 

1030 YATES STREET 

E 5913 


CHEVROLET 
•y-TON PANEL 


OMC *«-TT)N 
PICKUP 


OLD CAR TO WRECK E 4*31 

URGENTLY 
NEEDED FOR CASH 

u-a Mad*) Car* in u««d Cor.arl-x. 
WEST COAST AUTO SALIH 
HI Doug.aa earner Breughtoo— E 3B3I 


Here Is the Answer 


JAMESON MOTORS 

LIMITED 

18* Brnughtno Street Ytrtarla B C 


BRITISH CARS 


Yes. Your Truck Problem 
Can Be £olved Eostly 

We Have the 

LOWEST PRICED 

NEW AND USED TRUCKS 
ON THE ISLAND 


2 Pontiac Specials 

■ej PONTIAC SEDAN OK- enin 
>Z LIVERY 3,900 mile* 2Z I 7 


HUDSON SMALL "9" COUPE. „ AlIit|B „ 

$395 — 

54 Annin Cauntrymao 

PLYMOUTH SEDAN, hydrtube 41 fNeteel Sedan 
braaea. TM# «aa haa »nit ^ .. . 

goad motor only.. $275 * Mor,u <*■••»««• 

4* Anglia Tudor 

PORD COUPE, new paint )ob 
rew battery, new j/x-yr 

clutrh. Pull priew „ la/ J 

PORD MODEL ’’A” COACH 
eery gsird lire*. enr 


(9 BOATS And MARIN K FOR 
SALK and WANTED .• 


CENTRAL AUTO 


PONTIAC SEDAN 
DELIVERY _ 


•U Pand^a ia Jnhnaaa 


CUSTOM- BITTLT RUHABOirT M FT. 
A,i mahogany. »et nwa ewpper f*a*e«*B 
tnrdngh-rit all rttrwme rmir.ga Ob* *>f 
the f m-«t rl thla type In B c Every- 
thin* in tap rMMHilwa Cempleta with 
aiiaft prnpeller *U Without engine 
MM E 4411 day*. Sunday* and tea- 
man O Till , 

ONf ONLY «-»» OR FT MARINE EN- 
I r.» with nrw al-wt*. II RO. *748. 
On* anly uxed »-7j Grey marine ID, 
4VM on* 1*4 OMC cMiverakwn On« 
oalt 111 OMC ronterakoB On# R- 
leo» *w**d a ad' aw W -w -n «naf- and 
pfnpel'er Fhnng B Mil Orr Marina 
Dlxtobutar* Lid 13* Kirigiuui 

■VIHRUDC SALE* * SERVICE 

Prape'Mt Adf-ratar* 

VICTORIA MARINE WORKS 
J004 Oa* i It Day I MU, B*aa . E ISM 


BERNIE 
NICHOLLS' 
CAR SALES 


ftft'Dmtfa C ub Coupe Ilk* new „.*1 19 
so Furif Sedan. imaacMeta ll 89 

♦9 Dnlge Redan rlean 11 S9 

41 Mon.ireh r'Htom radio „H 79 

48 Ftb’iar mechaniraily tup* — l|M 
4« Merrurv Sedan, rlean .11 ofl 

CAPS FROM UN TO 19)4 
ALMOST ALL MAKES AND MODELS 
Reiter Car* 3 Mar# People « Leu 


DAVIS 

MOTORS 

TWO LOCATIONS 
900 Fort St. 920 Yotes fc.r 
G8I54 G 8342 

Bvenlna aaOa: B I44d B 9139 

PORT STHETT SHOWROOM 
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 


USED TRUCKS 


SAVE MONEY NOW 


M Parao I -Ida Dual law mliewea 91 
49 Mercury S-ton Ftcaup *1 

*9 Thame* ^-ton QcKup I 

41 Ford VToa Ftrkup H D Trao*- 

BSSM . — J 

U Ford Panel I 

800 Pandora Ave 

OPCH NIGHTS TILL 9 F M 
B 1433 S 3111 i Day* i . E 3113 tEvaala 


FARWEST 
MOTORS' LTD 


951 YaTES STREET 
B 1032 


PACIFIC AUTO 


K-M MOTORS 

PB LTD 1114 Quadra Yoor Willy* Dealer far Jeep* Car* and 
■amonallv Beiaaied Car’ IM'ir-Wheel Dm# Trwrka 

iraoa ua at airwn , SALMI AND SBMVICE 

OPEN 9 IK ro 9 PIE ' 11*7 Ya-.ea lAt Caohi 


n by env rain , no* •_ family 

CORNER OF CSQUIMALT AND 
ADMIRALS — K >811 


SHOP WITH NICHOLLS 
AND SAVE DOLLARS 


4t BOATS and MARINE FOB 
1 S ALE and WANTED 

U-n CABIN CRU1BEH — WEST COAST 
lr»»l*r hull, »!r#p, three. fully equipped. 
*** Or*) alarm* lug|er g-236 fl rtf. 
Aim ailed June. 1621 Auxiliary llih.ni 1 
rnama on **P*r*l« *ba(t Pr.ce w 200 I 
Telephone H 8*20 #*foIn*i oeiwrsn 1 
•ad I p m. 

TODAY - 14-rr CH/aH-PI A NK RUN- 
M-Imh beam four y,*r. -Hd 
Marina Dwlu* ftrwiaK. Steering wheel >•«- 
* » BcoU-Aiiv*o-r mo'vr Both good 
ela«» v •adit Inn »J12 Beard.l-j, Hard- 
tot Lane, Brentwood 

BOAT LUMBER POK SALB 
Cedar--! Q Bad Cedar- Hard 


4B BOATft mm* MARlVr FOB 

SAI.E and WANTED 

SALE OF 

RECONDITIONED 

OUTBOARDS 

Ml® IMP m2 modal ’ * I H M 
Ji.ho»»o. 10-HP. list modal HIM 
EsinruU*. HMP, 1X21 modal 
wilh extra Iona drlveihaft . 2X0 M 
Johnaon. 10-IIP. 10X2 modal >40 00 

Evinrudg, 1*11 P . 1X11 modal 11b 00 
Lawson 4-11 P alr-raoled, < -cycle, 

IMS modal . INN 


wood# — Extra lana plywood panel* — modal 1X0 O® 

Boat plant au J^nion, 10-H P . 1X)I modal .. XI 00 

BUELDEK® RASH 4 oooa i.TD EVinradg. I2-H P 1X41 modal 1X6 0® 
260 Oar ball y It —ad U 1171-3177 

3S-PT CABIN CHUlBtN rtOOtl CONDI- I RECONDITIONED 
Hun 12.100 Term* to r.epcoslble parly , 

Phoo* E M®4 or may ix> tiaavd and trird j A D f CH 

uut »n Sunday at John ton Streai bridge r\l l\*vVJ^/LLL/ 


]54. BUSINESS _] 

OPPOBTINITIES 

WE HA VI TTIE "plN E8T~ OKOCtltY 
t>«s<ne*a for tala abuwmg aary high 1 
raturnx Hlrkneta cauie* aala. Tht CrtO CAI C An TD A AC 

if-p. building la brand near with bring yuar- r\-/f\ JALL wit I ItAUt 

1 ED k. an3 

C *24 000 Scan Clark A Co. O Mil. TVKNoVea - ill 111 * < U * rU ? 

b oi *- mi c «- srss\. 

* I MM property and bulling . Qr\r\ 

2*4 0X1 P AIRFIELD - PACINO BEACON RILL •OPPERB «*• »»daiad. ilO/OUU 

dal Park. tubManlial 10-room resent** prop- ConlatP Mr Afar OX1I2. Rat Alb. 2NX 

w 4*0 oo arty In good ronditton. ravanua around ' 

JXdM Iioq per month. Pull tiat»io#«vi, *#p*-i 

rt. ,I#0C r,u L * , * # tot - * T * •** * n PLUS BUNGALOW 

cUl ,. AM aiMUxot ilta for at p ana loo Can bal uununLwrr 

■?nJ p«ha»^ on aair tarcaa Pull price t g ci IITCC 

— ,52 22 II0 4M Birwart Clark A Co. O'Oll ' *■ Jwl I L3 

Keen Inga Mr Stnkaa-0 1140, Mr Cu»- Thu u a aery fine *4u<«-o apartmanl 

1,-p. t,r " ' *"*5° building, rail -contained. 14-1* yeart old 

JhU POR RALE MODERN COPPK* SHOP IN Oun^“ “f. « J‘* U ' 

_ bu.r trrtion of city Beale I* people »u«a4. fully eelf-ranuined. Tbare la 

1 Hoon 7 10-6 20 cloeed Sundae* boll- ***° * thraa-room plua r«ll*|r on the 

1 wife with Property ranted to ruadv tenants Ail 


Busnrcsft 

OPPORTUNITIES 


imlci 


BUMNESA 

OPPORTUNITIES 


12-SUITE 

APARTMENT BLOCK 

SHOWIXO »*«• NET oo ooel pair# 
Bituaitd on a very large lot with tufft- 
^eiaat ruum for eccfctr aparitnen; block 
Urost raven ua uf aver 6 AT Crv/t 
rreoo p«ui price j4/,DUU 

Can Be Bought on Van Reatoneble 
terms No Phooa Information 

Call MR ROBINSON O 4127. 

EVER r. *132 


OUT-OF-TOWN 
GARAGE & GAS STATION 

PIVE-ROOM DWELLING, prod bus In ass. 


i.-ii.Tm rn.n 


AUrWU 
Call MR ROBINSON. Q 4127. 

KYIS 1 1736 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


outboard *Y C V LI 5IfZ i ^T^thanxe h^f^odrrn poti4,,J * r » huu »» or In trad, as DOWN TOWN 

1240 00 r man^ liuxlnw x or_ ajcban>e^i ls, jno dare SJUl _ poy m , nt . one of the finest oppor- 

*P?T 5* JV!*^ d *, lunlUe* >*an in aotoa t, me and QOFFEE SHOP 


III 0Q0' tor businr.* with dwelling or “}•, * V ° ■^7T k i"|j 

small auto court Plaasa wrt«* or nliona fjfcoxm 1 “ marker PuU 

Mr Prone la. eeanlug. B 224# J W. f "" 00 CAT SOD 


CT «r Wl li %r%rxrxr£jr$ s. ~ Models From 

one Cnaa, Sunday, up (o 6 p m I j hf. fO lj Ft 

It-PT. CLINKER-BUILT L2PKBOAT QCC THFM ON DISP1AY 

with 4-h |» heavy-duty *..llH»pr rn»u.r, ,r *LAA UrN UOrLAT 

g3»4 Can ba seen at lUndair* Lamiuin, *i»u Dwvidtvo florrilaes and plyaooi 
Shual Hot bur Phone B HU. Monday ouat*. X' and 11 

IX-POOT BOAT SHELTER CABIN *7P 27JL JBSSKi’iSS. 12S5L 


Call MR ROBINSON, O 412T 

EVES, g *726 


M«ur iTuuimiLj. ji- l. ■ j. . — srr- C -_ ui'tcjIINlJ I rnmt good lra»e best Uroi available monthly* This proposition nets close 

J*? 0 ??; _ Price ft not Half cash’ balance Xfto to -gs, JO® annually after ALL ex pen sat Call MR ROBINBON. Q4127. Aii^s^vna 

* W* »' «*• »SHP. manna 11160® permenth Act uulckly Bo* UX. Vic- OIL-O-MATIC M*AT All separata EVES E *73* E.enlng* Phone BUI 

pmr. or??,, i^uLTtef S«n at i >VVi • “■ - , ! 0M l0, ‘» ‘* re “ - mtltf NOT A CONVERSION Can be | APARTMENTS- 22 modern suites all the 

Sbcd Avesua* U - “•*" SVS' 0 ^-^ p ettokcr-bullt mv client* mu . pat cab H for ^ b^SS ?n^.S.°^ DOWN TOWN I OEM* TSTb®.!* B «fc 

Us* or >°«r-».,oo, aut. ‘.ngj-g J^^^rvrnX £ Q 0 FFEE SHOP ^ -“*”tld^ 

Xhckl etar lawn imr—r ourg feel “** - •>«<“» wrlna Vr nhooJ priced below market PuU Onur fully insulaud, flours 

spreaders and drag harrow for 14 to M tT. 1 iit.^i C . C.»n i,‘>. n 2244 J W P flc « ® a & A 1 CfVt One of the best paying rales in the soundproofed, not waiar 

Inboard Box 2U«. Victoria Pres ^j ew Shipment of PeterbofO CP*®® Real Estate a02 Cuurto.v Bt Urms _ $47,500 business araa. Only II. ofc cash lerjulrrd bu?Mr“ Amonuid 

POR BALE IX. FT CABIN CRtflCLER, Outhrvirri Rnrttc l,,a* Arr.w«H * °' ,!L _! • Alf A D«»l»to. Ofllre. 09217 U) handle. .1 *',4 aJatlJtUr »or 

oleepx »tx. threa-cyllndvr hemey-duty en- UUIOOara DCX3TS JUSt Arrivea rr . vf , n ^ D mNACK BAP OWINO Call MR ROBINSON, 0 4127 price and terms *nd 

B t Will accept neare.t offer to *5 von Models From i» cS.i cvrrr iiiul °«il Bc*l of rtru ism mm m iruircn I'- EVE®. E *73* any further Infarms’ioo 

Mr N R M.il oo U.e dock at Ca. ♦ ' , c °^ ^ulpment EUvrn rtooU V." bIm FISH AND CHIP BUSINESS! ! »l office Pies.. 

nnc Cnaa, Sunday, up to 6 p m I J Ft. tO I J Ft I 1 and clean tood location Orowtng . **U Mr Smith, avaumc 

lt-PT clinker . built lipeboat SEE THEM ON DISPLAY \ \ MODERN HOME!! Investment Extraortlinary pho®« b »»•. 

With 4-h p heavy-duty Xasthope ensure. J L r 'LAA tJIN U JrLA T (Humber Ltd .122* Broad Buret E 22*2 _ . ... JP ,-,-rvy . lrtTr , BU81NESRI Commercial property Id 

EXX4 Can !>• sven at Hands*: » Landuig, Also Davidsuo florrglass and piyupod evenings. B 12X1 _ ThM La Igdsed an opportunity for an EXCLUSIVE CITY HOTEL PROPERTY the 700 block Yale. 

®hua) Harb«r Phone h 1611. Monday Mil*, X' and II . POH BY OWNER REST AtTRANT eo °b 1 * destrous of acgulr- NET KXVENUE Hues'- su-fvol fronta<* 

.. TT.r neat In tnar.ne power- 1X42 JOHN- in ih. KrVrt «f 76W ln * lft ^ r » ,#u 5' npf - financial aecunty ind uiarlau. appoinimenls Aplandld loca- ' 10'- ON THE A tub*' ailtlal building 

MrCMW — SL™» ^^£“^ 3 'V.V“E 3 f ~ E u $i 25 .ooo 

‘ — W “* ^ — .fe apartments - 

THE PATTERN HER VICE . . . 1 EOO AND POULTRY BOBINESB *hape. a l, ^exly foe *of«e fortunate .nvesugstmo welcnmad but no phone 

B 429® — 1 066 Summit Avenue- b Ml* A- n ., P AA/vrlrte. , located do Port Street N»w and riiup.a id JT.R tfluve in and carry on. information please Pour aelf-coniainrd large apartment* 

- — - — = - — „ Al QUS /V\Qr DG mndarn euulpment. flood rra*on» for All thla 'building, equipment. Dullness _ MI} 4rrl , nHI „, u , „ and t*u ad orning rottag*. OIL-O- 

ANYBODY WUJHINO TO BUIKO A iflUllflt .Tiling fir «U for price of eautp. *nd home., lor the yer. In* ones ,712 UAT,C ho1 C 1 O 

bn.t 1 have lots et brass .crew, and £• | | r* - menl only Ptlfn*0®Q terms W D. nf “ zrkrv i MR ROBINSON 0 4127. r* » 0*7X2 heating Prtee $ I 0,UUU 

copper nail* O' clamp*. #te All >Q pc QnG iPTVICP Krnnejy. O *02* John.ton it Ca , Ltd ooly - - It ^,OLMJ 

Praaer Btreel J 1 ,V - J 1 v 1 r 13,3 _ . .. . . Twenly -*la Mlf-c*mtau)ad apanmeDta 

. ia. v.,.. rat further _pari|eulan*. please contact: l/rn O CTCDUCMCAM Solid brlrk con*truruon. i-h„.ce cen- 


BUY AN INCOME 
Reol Estate Investments 

APARTMENTS- Btand new. on lb# 
NET it even Cl market for tba lint 
110,12* time, IS beautiful «uite» 

near par* and water, 
trust Each *ulta ren- 
tals* elect ne- stove and 
refrtgeiaior. in»ut* ed 

tbrougnout H A R D- 

WOOO (lours, hoi-wa'er 
OIL-O-MATIC beating 
sieteq*. Price on appli- 
cation Evening ohons 


APARTMENTS— Six tulle* al! in perfect 
NET REVENUE condition. choie« tltua- 
64.1W Hon near the park- A 

•u'jad inve»;meni at 


gdr/uw 
Terms arranged 
St rain f* Phooa B 721* 

APAR7MBNTS- 22 modern tuites. all the 
NET KE\'ENUE lltlng room* 16*12 1. 
41X.HOO electric kitchen* with 

PER YEAR big modern range*, re- 

fr.ferators. eu Outldlng 
fully insulated. flours 
suundprooted, hot «e «r 
heaung by crude oil 
burner. Amortised iuap 
el 4 1 ,". avsileoie For 
price end terms and 
eny further Informs Nun 
epp'.y at orftre Please 
tali Mr amitb. evening 
phone H 12X1. 


-[at US TT S GS rAVm.T.TD 1 

I TERM 7TB LTD HAS HEEN SOLD PY 
‘ Mlllox Kina Of King Hralty, 1222 Oov. 

. ernmvnt 

1 2*10 JtOWEBERJlY HOLD BY MR JACK 
Jacasvo Tuwh A Coun.ri Hutuvs Lul . 
‘lta ouadra Strw 

PLEASE NOT* 121* DOWN HAM PLACE 

* end 112* Balmoral Kua.7 sata wy A 
t Drew ut 111.- as Really Ltd 

\ PLEASE htf7-nr _ '"»ll OBED AVENUE I 

* Mltl> b y A Drew_bf Hicks Realty Ltd. 

* *11 OBED AYR OPP THE MARKET 


'BeIIh tf-oliMUst VMx^ii, 
SoMlay. April 11, 1«J ' 

57 HOUSKS FOK SAI.K 


YORKSHIRE 

ESTABLISHED 1X1* 

727 PORT BT 1 


SOLD 

1311 George Street Another' etrlualve 
Itsung tn Jonnnv Jarnev and Uub Al- 
len ol Wetttrn llnmes Lid 


AND 


«•]■»] 


10*0 R i.- k .and Avenue by Johnny Jamei 
ana Bud A. leu nt Western Home, Ltd. 

R U 

SELLING?? 

We must have mure listing*, especially 
low down payment deal* Call JiUinny 
Jaitln nr Boo Allen immediately at 
II 2127 or eve* . B *216. B 1MX. 


! BUSINESS 
PROPERTY 


Commercial property Id SOLD 
the 700 Slock /ate. 


10 J h p Hr!*** engine Now at 

Anrhorai* What offer*?. Denman ArNeat " 

Box 4)2, Victoria Pre»* ul ' “ 

- — 1 Chnvenicc 

OXARKA LAMINATED BOAT KITS 
A Model for Every PurpOM 
THE PATTERN SP.RVlr K 

B *224—1066 Summit _ Avenue— S Ml* Apr 

ANVBODY WISHING TO BUILD A / ' r 3 

boat. I have lot* of bre»* screw* and r* I 
copper nail* 'O' clampv ate *2* 

Praeer Btrwel 1 v_ o 

NEW 1 4,POOT OUTBOARD RUNABOUT. m y * tM •» 
Idea) far eruirtni or fl*hlng also 1X20 
22 '1 hp run rude outboard * **2X 
or 2041 New ion. * FOST 


Vow el • ON OUTBOARDS HRIOOS -STRATTON SU fl 
Denman WISCONSIN AIR-COOLED EN- ? uturr 


ChBVeoicnt Term* to Suit Every 
Porkel 

Angus Marine 


SACRIFICE 
APARTMENT BLOCK 

-- — r /-\ct m -r r.i.nw » n cn Slxuilte* automatic heating Oro**ln- 

Of IN® NewTon. FOSTER S SHIPYARD |e«.m* *1 220 tiottd district *2* 000 or 

V’SJSS SSSur^r'.JSS'.S “JBS !"»’ VS VERNON MARTIN 

hardware Homewood Marine Ltd 1712 ««• »•? ■Moat Phone E OtO* Blensherd Street. — » . __ 

W Oeorgla. Vancouver BC — — ■ ■ ■ - ■- PO#R HELP - CONTAINED SUITES “ 

- r-swiir runts MORTGAGE LOANS JU*I completely renovated and deco- 0X717 *42 Yale* Street 0 6317 

CQMruKTAnl.F M* • I 1 Anln vrUin* _ j .. • _■ ,7.. .? nV a* aps frluB V.irwl 

w.ii°™V*M??'l?;dc' n,l i^ndlV'i U L.ld?n 0 ? >UNDe ON HAMD and 'IMMEDIATELY J? rt ui lofaUoncloae in. near bu. Pn- 'Member fUal Ertete Board of Victoria. 

wr Randles Landing. AVAILABLE FOR MOKTOAOE LOANS ,j b ie revvi.ue *372 per munUs. AskU.g 

8,,ln ' r ' aC f-AO‘1* AND SMALL AMOUNTS LOW gjoQO® Toder * Vint Ltd 0 2*41 or 


Exclusive Agent 

W O llrtt Res Cnlqulta 330W 


W Oeorgla. Vancouver. B C 

COMPORTABLE 12- PT CABIN CROtS 
• r, Gray marine engine, value |2 6uo 
Will cootider trade Randle's Landing 
BUiney. BC 


VERNON MARTIN 

& CO. LTD. 

717 642 Yates Btreel O 1 


KER & STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 

Member Real *»:*'.* Board 
X0X Government Btiert 
O 4127 DAY OR NIOUT O 4127 


31 g T*“ CABIN BOAT TWO PUNKS *«, evening*, Mill Nunn. E 1129 

-a — 4- a. I ll-®l »-*• •Ul* w rflMnlDlf Cuii 191 liorittfti 


•ink M'Af Bi'slns riff trie junu rrkr " rc«won*Qi» cnariti Mortrtlfl 

cMkalU Blato-gUiex wmd.hlert. ln ,-od » D ^ aereemenU ourrhasert 'COPPICI! BAR CONPW7TIONERY, PISH 

wbIm IMS omi Con.ult Our Mortgage Departrr.eat and chip* Real opportunity for e 

eliepe ItM O UH p ft BROWN * BOSS LTD r.mlly enterprise The Golden Oalleon 

BNIPE SAILBOAT. EXCELLENT CONDI- Serving VlcUrlo for Ovgr *6 tear* cafe 1719 Oak Bav Avenue Terms, 

tlon two aela. uf gall*- aece**urle». etc 1113 Broad Skint Phoaa Oardea 7IT1 gj 500 down Pull prt<-e *2 200, Inciud- 


•72 down 420 per month 
price O X0X3 


MORTOAOE8 ln « " ,<Kk Agent* courtesy . 

price. Grass W* nave the fallowing etntiunt* for Hr»l aviALL GROCERY CONFECTIONERY 

BTtlONO II -FOOT CLINKER BOAT »>0/'«.gg. IlnOO 11 400 A 000 110*6 ,„ d P off#e Mr very g,wd Hying: one 

with oars. 1100 Johnson 3^ perfect 63 *00 and 14 000 l.aNhU h*Mv no ^ Se TwO^rram living qS.rterv 
cwndlllon. llM Bou> for 117* E a aoencie® irn ,l ' h bathroom. Sm*!l rent and long] 

Bruce Sidney ^^BROWNJRCM^AOENCIES «[{ ,„„ He.son.bJe price with term* or 

33 PT AUXILIARY SLOOP. "SABRE'' - - - , - - lew far rash Hot 217 Victoria Press 

..Joe raw - --•»T SPP. r, -*•:"-.>!« f Ok MORTOACiE _ . .... . 

man (toe a plus other equipment. Price, loan, aoproruua. qulca decUlnns 77te * 'aD^ have ^fenaraM 

a>-4 Phone E 72>6 folloing amounts avallabls now 61.240 r>»t, Rockland • rf * An hav, separate 

- 13 300. 14 000 n 4<u> and un_ front and ba< k entrance*. Ilgh 1 and gas 

BPABtRO YAW1 LENOTIt 2V S" IN , r N ri^hii itK “ ^meters ftreplkre. frlees and range* Spa- 

nctUent condUIrm. 4 hp Ea»thope en- mj n Ta s,j g, E7I74 clous, nvwly decorated. 220 000 Owner, 

gtae and full equipment Phone E MM But ill Victoria Pre«i 

FOR SALE ON* ROAT WITH WE mortOge^^^iMrwSaled^’ff H°A “fraw »>.0» CASH WILL BUY AN E8TAB- 

Jr u. outbnard moiur in A-t '.hape available w* •ovcieltie tn refinancing »*h*d restaurant bu»lne,» with aub«i*n- 

*7417 al*u purrha«lna mortgage* and agree- monthly income Building and fl«- 

W ANTED— 22 -PI TURNER SEA BKIFT D Smith Ploanctal Surv** ^f'» on Maying town. 


less far raah. Box 117 Vlrtorla Pr#4». 


Write Uox 711 Victoria Prvs*. giving L,rt ,3 ^ 4 Oi-.vernmrat Street 06106 
dc*< tip tlon end price MORTOAOES PR1VATEI.Y AND 


Detail, upon rrq«'*t 
B 2217 


Mr* ArmMrnnf. 


•It. .HP MERCURY OUTBOARD AS quickly Hope Realty. I02X Douglas 117X20 TWO HOBSES FOB THE PRICE 
nr* 16-ft. runabout Cartel built last ® *34A uf one Omen' b»«»ment» tour »■ a6l*- 


yesr Best otter take* both. R IIS ” rmwu 

?*PA* c ^r/^r a,, p T J„V r L ‘oaT'Tr A. Bernard & Co. Ltd. *«•* 


nf one Cement bs»ement» four balh- 
ruom* Suitable guest house* and tea 
ynurn* Central Easy term* No agent* I 


rowhosl : ptic* 124 Phone O IMI or * N ' v/ ‘ ' | ... . , u 

1013 Jr.hnwin Si LA ROE AND SMALL AMOUNTS POR ,®” T ' *^2,? ^JapiT JT3^ma” • Mg 

10-rt CLINKER INBOARD WITH I 1 , rr * ,d '"*‘* 1 *" d *“*f*** y?**^ 1 ** * 1 thlr.r Ah«entes owner must sell *14 000 
Clinton motor *12* cash 72X Queen. *»* »•'*' * *• H A- building T , E 477, J«n»» * Srott. 130 Yar- 

Avenue D 321* *•”» * l fn » Building 

TUOLLER POH BALE- LENGTH 30 63X PORT ST Phone O ardtn XJ22 prHjMINO HOUSE BUSINESS RENT 


width 7' C. depf. 4 E" Heady »*• xu 
PrK-g. II I no Phone E 266* 


WANTED TO BOKKOW 


I *135 17 room* 14 revenue room* Can 

, be leaded Sawdust burner Central loca- 
I lion downtown For details phone B 4**7 


iaM JOHNSON SEAHORSE OUTBOARD ~ - T ' . r — ' ., . . . ’” P r pwariew *_wn 

motor. Ramsay Mechio. Work, 0 2)14 W*H I'ED-CU WfTTI WCTM L yot OW WMAI . L OFFICE BUSINESS IN CITY 

- — • — •mill turns of nvonef to Intnt id flftl _ aniishis fnr siniis ® 4® #*. 

WANTED - HMAU. PLAT BOTTOMED mortgage* al 6% and 1% inter**! good Int. nl ni *"»» 

bo*< out over 620 Keating 4Y monthly pavmenla lnoolrie* aonre S* r> *SPf, " ? UI * B 1 


?» V iif , uK B BMy T p?H l ^ici'l!^ ‘’b "lE" i ooVerame^fVtrrat *""" Um,Ud ,M< LADIER AND CHILDREN'S WEAR IN puAi ' avi^UM?'’ ClMrts" “rio 

■ : ■ .- » 1 gover nment S irwet b0Jy , uburlmn .heppln* venire, city better location Term* given 

8CHMELE MA CHINE SHOP *435 DISCOUNT ON FIRST MORTGAGE Ro opposition Plildree 1156. stock n Enquire about ff- 1 C riA/i 

146 LANOLEY STREET^ 0 7X43 of gho New Oerditti Head bungalow, ‘nvolre 0 6666 eyertlnx* Keating 13 H Una. Price $15,000 

43-PT TROLLER ALL EQUIPMENT. «f»d for 17.740 la rciUbla purchaser! goo ROUTT POR SALB PHONE Contact Mr Piddlck. 

wleirual gear 111*00 B 116* Mortgage payable at 12® per mnnth. In- D 7702 fnr price and detail* Saturday. Eve* Albion I32Y 

».rr nmrnwcm*™ w*™* «• .KSS* S.'Ur'OJtS YSSSK “* | **” 

“* TIMBHK WANTED Ur» «£- .hall i5t yw^. GEORGE RANDALL Ltd. 

SOLID 24-POOT LIFEBOAT POR BALE, 1 - I (tore, living quarter* evalUbla, stock 

■ 134 or offer Room 12X, T M C A LAROE OR SMALL STANDS OP TTM- »“«* *q«Hpm*nt Wm 7 * # c *‘ h USX DOUOlJtS STREET O *I0X 

vjwur pi WOOD CAR TOP BOAT. h «? itandtng or feUad and bucked * *•<* . 

.jrrio. 0 / ^.^.r 

BACHIPICE - lk4® 23^ t. V IBRUDE *on direct Weat B 324* eve. 0 0*13 WD "' °° 


mSHhir ajuiM a^?r mn,t 

ruted J D Smith or W a Kirkpatrick Bo * ,l)0 ; Vletorta PrtM . 


GEORGE RANDALL 
LTD. 

APARTMENT BLCXK 
Six Lovely Suites 

Attractive eluccj w*tl-hKele<2 
lull**- always In demand 
Enutpned with electric itnve* *r>d 
triages Oak T.dotv, soft hall 
and »t#lr carpet* Pour asr- 
ages Automatic heat Or»»* 
revenue. J2.400 snowing over 
10 net. Llral Investment no 
better anywhere Pxrellent 

as- $39,000 

Contact Mr. Davis. Eve* O aax* 

CITY CAFE 
Living Quarters 

Smart rats with up-to-daia 
equipment Bnlendld butlnes*. 
excellent * location Low rent. 

.. $9500 

Contact Mr Smith. Ev** O 7322 

TODAY'S OPPORTUNITY 
Guest House — Auto Court 

Wiimlerful opportunity to buy 

S iest house Eight large riioms 
ll-O-Matlr heat, tulip fur- 


3-SUITE APARTMENT 

CLOSE TO CATHEDRAL 

Qil-O-Mati' »ulu»*U. heel pembiok* 

bathroom modern kitchen. ^ 1 c CCvA 
All pilvale eniiice*. Prlre S ' J,3vJVj 
Mr Cwrnenter. 0 7241] Eve*. AUnuo I6K 


Pour *rlf. contained large acarlmenti 
and twu adjoining cottager OIL-O- 
MA1TC hot - water #iq a/ia 
heeling Prtre S I O/UUU 

Twenty*!, ulf-t«,ntetuert auertmenta 
8->lid orlrk cont'.ruruon. cbuiee cen- 
tral location, splendid a --* -a enrt 
revenu# Pull price l» i/j,DUU 

Seven lovely »ui(«a. OIL-O-MA TIC 
hw»-water healmy flrrpisre* *ia'd- 
Wund tloura elevlrlc range*. re- 
frigerator », all newlv rtreorated. 

*r $42000 

Par further Intiirmallon nn all the above 
piuiier'.lr* cell M> Joseph Smith at 
- o WJ2 or residence B ))ti 

A. Bernard & Co.-Ltd. 

626 rOIIT mtEET 
O X31X 


131* iwuige street AnaMifr eXrlutlV* 
luting bv Johnti* Jtmrt end Bob Allen 
of WesUrn tl-vUfr 1 L'U 

SELLING ? ? 

W* mu«l liar* more Hating*, ejperlallv 
low dean payment deal* C#U Johnnv . 
Jam** or Bob Alleo tmniediateiv at ' 
D 21*7 or Eve* B 6.112 HUM 

S«s LUTINGS WANTED j 

CASH CA Ih — C ASH I 

REVENUE OWNERS' _ 

1! y«M really w*i»t in sell, tut with nr 
W# hare hundred* nf intiuinet irum 
P-alne people Cell Wrui frirble 
DICKIE A CO REAL 1 Y 
*7) Port S'rect B 4J12 .Eve* K 1640 • 

WK HAVE BUYERS POR 4. » AND 6- 

room biinealow*. price range 14 OSti 'a 
»» OSO, einecially Ourte and Jubilee dU- 
trn t« Please phone Ken Stursroti 
1 Town At cuuntry Home, 1X21 Quadra 
Street 0 4203 evening* H 7376 any iuu, 

I WE HAVE SEVERAL CLIENTS WITH 
63 006 < a»h and leu fot a down payment 
on four to *even-room home* Call now 
| lire ••fun Ed ulvon evening* O 464ia, 
or 0 X367 at VERNON MARTIN TO 
LTD 14) Yates Brrtel 

I TWO CLIENTS ARRIVING FROM Ca£ 


(63) Quadra Street 


QUALICUM BEACH TOWN & COUNTRY 
SELL OR TRADE HOMES LIMITED 

MODERN DB LUXE RESTAURANT _ „„ . _ 

4-ROOM LIVINO QUARTERS Ph0M B 3 * '•* 1 

2 ACRES. AUTO COURT OPPORTUXITT FXT1 l 

Including *U future, utensil*, roffe# tAL-LUa VL 

bar and »l,tol» twu kiirhena. large dining Grocery S^Ore OOd Coffee Bar 
rgum with clwumr table anu chain. J 

large uuen-al; ualle. with panuramh- Take a d»s»# naak 2AJ4 Lar«» Jkuad and- 
view, from dmini room and patio also •*« neate.t *tor# and equipment 

stove, Irtge. deep-freeir Will trade for *' nave had the pleasure of listing for 


aary ahortlv require tour-'tlve-riwnn 
home m anj nice district. Upiu *3 00a 
to 6X.00® rtea.-e phone Jim Bateman 


EXCLUSIVE 


Victoria properly 
Term* Prlre 


$16,800 


LARGE APARTMENT SITE 

i3*xiao 

CLOSE TO PARK AND HOSP1 1 AL 
Large, elder-type home » i« r\r\r\ 
Asking one* _ 3> I U,UUU 

Open to Offer* 

Mr. Canton Mr. OTJ4I: Eve* Alblun l»K 

Alfred Carmichael & Co. Ltd. 

1316 BROAD NT O 7)41 

Member Victoria Real E*t»t* Board 


14 i nn gg Pull pr ice 1120 B 

8CHMEU MAi'HlNB SHOP 


null'd Average* I)* per dev 
Hull® rour own eulo court al 
your convenience. Permit* and 
plan* available Cioie-tn No 
better loretlnn Term* given 
Enquire about g- 1 c r\r>r\ 

tin* Price i I J.UUU 

Contact Mr Piddlck, 

Eve* Albion I32Y 


BRICK BUSINESS BLOCK 

1 3*0 1 Located nsar City IIVI Oll-O-' 
Matte hot ea'er healing Etaht *ulle« 
and ihr»» «U»re* Ka*y |* op-ratc Net 
raturn. .7.7* 0 $50,000 


REVENUE 

<l*6i Eight rental uniu. pl<>* owner s I 
quarter., fully furniahed Net 6) loo 

Automatic hot water g % r r\r\n ' 

heating Price J I D,UUU -T 


a tang while 

OWNKII ILL AND MUST BELL 
cr 

Trade *10 * Hmj*o 
P art Pavmeni 

Pull prlre. llt-SU®, plus stock at Invoice 
Take a tin «hl* I* a good flru-cl*--* 
prupaaitlon If you are serious end w*nt 
a good buy look It nver and then uhonv 

W Amos. O Ma« evening*. B 7376 any- 
time 


George Randall Limited 

A FAMILY OPPORTUNITY 
A SMALL nOTO. 

Operated by Leete 
An Excellent In* urn# 

Fnr e Working Menagemeut 
Puriiiture and PuraUhttig* tine* 

years aid 

Long leas* — low rental 
The owner* will arr*o> ra*v 
, term* Your house a* part 
payment 

Surely yew can go Into bueinesa 
lor youreelf very eaally her* 


at Wev-ern Home* Ltd B 2147 or 
evening*. CJ 1609 

HAVE CLIENT WTTH 62 00® CASH 
rtoan payment un taur-room bunsaluw . 

‘AO (M9 r<w!< mm i (wit 

T G Clark*. J H. Whlttume A Co I 
U4 B 425* 

HELP ME BECOME A MILLIONAIRE 
Phune tue yaur listings It wiil mean 
money to you. Thank* Pirate pban* W. | 

Kuowlis. re»ldenca E )674 of Veroun 

Marun Ar Cn Ltd. O XJ«7 1 

WK BUY BELL. EXCHANOE PROP- 
ectt and help ruu finance 
HOPE REALTY Suit* B, Campbell Bldg 
B 4216 Eves o 2X26 B 7X62 

WE HUY SELL EXCHANGE PROP- 1 


APARTMENT * 

Oak. Bay 

A HANDSOME MODERN BUILDING. 
EVERY FINE ARCHITECTURAL 0*> 
TAIL. ONE OF THE BEST STRL'C- 
tTUHES IN VICTORIA! 


XPKNUYELY APPOINTED, ROVNO- 
PftOOFED BUILDING! 

Bpariau* flvr-?oom suite*. -26-foot Using 
neats. Coisuial electric fireplaces uai- 
plrlely wired for teieststoo. elabura'a 
and expenalsv kiL ben*. 1X43 Mott at 
electric ranges 6360 refrigerator in 
each suite THE Ut®7 COMPLETELY 
AUTOMATIC OIL HOT -WATER HEAT- 
ING UNIT WITH INSTANT IXOhlE® ITO 
HOT-WATER SUPPLY AND THE PIN- 
tJ»T PLUMBING FIXTUHE* THROUGH- 
OUT THE HUllJUNO Magniflcenl rn- 
ttaoce. wide liaLa with beautiful »*ll- 
to-wail imuurted • ar.-ei Na I a*k fUuisa 
ithruuehout the building Modern »ep- 
1 arate garase- Located In the br»4 
| tesiriential •*- turn of Oak llai -ab- 
solutely guaranteed Ac advertised l 
I Ilia PROPERLY WILL. BRING Yuli A 
SECURE INCOME FY1I4 THE HNS T OP 
YOUR UfB' 

Approximately 63.4 non Cssli Bequired 
"rfltlher pertirulars: Mr Lmsul 
Y orkibtre Corporation Office E TIM: 
Residential. O 4»X* 

SERIOUSLY' 

THE BEST. ONE! 

The Very Best One 1 Ever 
Built in Victoria! 

Cunairurted hr • sfcIJNd atone meion end 
b-lrn#yer ft>i hi* own hoitt# SELECT 
RED ORlt’K. COT STONE AND CON- 
CRETE TO Tilt BOOf Handsome 
moiteru rteatgu Flv* loom* on the main 
ller-r au exlra bedn-um and sewing room 
upstair* Immaculate from the Iron! ta 
the back Mra«*i»e tl»**e fea'ure* 2*13 
n*)«-r im»r* * run s ptaetsrert basemen' 
esten.jv, OIL-O-MAnC HOT-WA7 EH 
HEATINO UNIT AN EASY DRIVE IN 
TWO-CAR OARAOE Pinwel «ak tlbors. 
Plait sla*« window*, »e*thvr-irrli'v , ed 
ilbtir* Aoproxima’e heeling rtMt lit® 
i*er year A FORMAL GARDEN beeo't- 
fullv lend*. «n*d with f»peii»tv# end r«- 
qutate (brubberv. a winding driveway, 
e.teutlunal and artiamenlal tree*, a 
• unken rack sard#.. A MINIMUM Of 
WORK TO MAINTAIN IT Ans gefiuri.e 

inquiri** apprscia'ed tf 1 7 QOH 

Show anvtme Price 4> l > , JVJU 

Open tu ulfer* 

P1e**e Call Mr H»klX. E7166. 

Evening* B M'flc 


JUBILEE SPECIALS 

nrSlt-ra-.inert buogelM* Time t»d- 
mam* Pull basement Hi, l -air' luf- 

$7200 

■ 2' Immediate t»o*»e*al»n Po»r-fuu«»d 
bun* alow Two beornemi Pull bear- 
met.t Hot-air larnata eirriA 
heal Pn -e Jl / DUU 

CaU Mr Taylar. Eve* U ®X02 


$7500 


arty and help you finance Hip* Keaity, 
Suite. B Campbell Building B 424* ! 
D 71*1^ evenings O 3*2# 

LIBT YOUR PROPERTY W'lTR US. NO I 
Tusa. it * a pleasure Emplra Realty Co 
76» Yates St E 744I 

PLEASt CAU. RILL KNOWLES OP 1 
VERNON MARTTN ft CO LTD 
■42 Yales Street. Rat E 2X7) Bus O *1*7 


DUPLEXES 

AND 

REVENUE PROPERTIES 

All tv pea of revenue oroperttee urgently 
• auuired Prompt attention 

' BERNARD & CO LTD 


Phon* Mr. Dq«l* 
Evening*. 0*0)4, ocr*. Otto* 


63* PORT ST- 


Phan* 0*3)1 


HOUSKS FOK SALK. 


SACRIFICE — 1X44 23'-» RVIHRUDE *00 Street Weel 11 ))4X avee. 0 0411 
•peedy Twin, a* new O iH39 TIMBER WANTED POR LOOS AND 

g II P SALISBURY. 61W: I H P V1L- bu'P ®ood Colabert. E 140®. 


Hera (24 Sunday morning only B 7 (Mil 

TRADE AUSTIN 7 FOR TWO-WAY 

radio, tor boat E 74*6 

PLYWOOD BOAT FOR SALE. *1*0 )74l 

Wiiyton Cteeeent B )«®7 

BTOKT-POOT PLYWOOD FLAT -HOT - 


BUSINESS 

OFFORTUMTILS 

LOOKI LOOK' LOOK' 
BLOCK® — HOTELS -ATOM EU- 
RE VENUE 


rla Praia I 

BE IN DtlAlNEBS YOUR3WT.P PORTER- 
Cabl# Ct) Dnnr tander and edaer Br«t 
ntf-r over 4400 Q 2®U 

WEI L-EBTABUSMED BEAfTTY PARLOR I 
every advantage B<rx 2071. Victoria 
Pt**% 

OAK BAY. POUR -SUITE APARTMENT I 
fxrellent rondi'ion Net 12**% no 
X31 noo Owner E 9447 


BROWN BROS. 

AGENCIES LTD. 

112* RLANAHARD ST Pliunr* I 1 113-4 
•Member Real Es'ate Baard of Vlr»orl*i 

COUNTRY GROCERY 
LIVING QUARTERS 


$14 500 


turn dloihr ucHlrOt fondllton OWM AUTO COURT S COI IMTDV rDHTCDV 

^ w .. i ux its- victoria -A 8HAT i Sim wANTtn - co.srEcnoNrwr WITH LUUN 1 KY (jKUCfcKY 

IJ-POOT CENTREBOARD BA ILDO AT. IN •* UNITS— SEAPMONT— BOATS 4 )• MO „f f „ Ihwp Inclutftog b.llldlng Q|vt , .uu.r munrrnr 

p^fgrt condition, complete. Mk 7. )05® , QW1TO— 6f ^ LUl U-3^ * UR*S k 1.000 r , (1) particular*. Box 2441 Victoria Press LIVING QUARTERS 

•4 - FOO T _ CABIN ^BOAT. FULLY i UNITB-J AClffi-itAVIEW I l®!tfld 1 l/TT «t*X FOB OFFICE OR APART- f.iuafed I® a new rummunllv Compart ,v,g o road writ *rr 

•atil|*p»d. U MO K W>>. CA8IMB— LODOE-— OARAOI . M $ mroi: otn»r. Phnot R JM • or ItMf iv*r« ind fife roomt r«m for whole BRJAO RTHirT 

ONE ROWBOAT .14 3245 GRAHAM **P A R 7VE N^TB ~ FOR RALE PIBH AND CHIP. SHOP 

POR BALE— HkRIOO® l‘,-Hf *2*21 33 SUITES 412 OTO 00 »*]. 000 O 2403 A nle. little bu.ll.r.* for an* or IW. 


e.w *OUD IN VB8TMEVT— Converted ham* 

SIX SUITES JubUew dlatfiet . aulomattr hot-water 

heat Six rooms plua bath on main 
1 31 1 1 Nleg stucco a part men l t: »ct Each f| oor and aeven rnomi plus bath up 

suit* has trtoge and ,a. range Owner UonaervetlV* 10 7% art. (4 ooo duwn 

pay* taxea. water and imuranca only. d 1 a COD 

Net return atmul 43 4 mi Cash re- I *♦ JUU 

qulred about 112.400 r\r\r\ C61I K C Clark os K 71X4 or Eve*. 

Price 1>ZZ,UUU E 2366 or John Edmunds el E 71X4 nr 

Eve*, b 3*Ij Nee steed Really Ltd 
166 Fun ifreet 

YATES ST. BUSINESS BLOCK OAK , AT _ Mlii0MM>f Mlf . 

l^sood stare, on ,e.« Net return. g«5|g} 13* ne? 

„ r . , $3 A 750 Oll-O-MaMe fv**i. full baiemeot B'on* 

Prw and atuern tonatrurtlon For fitU par. 

W D Kennedr O 4424 tlcular* rnntari Mr Neltun *• E 71*4 

or eyenlng*. E 2532 or Mr Jartuun at 
I 71*4 or evening* B-imont 1730 env 

JOHNSTON & CO LTD. 


W D Kennedr O #474 


— . „ 12 8UfT*8_ 110 OOO 00 I 62 000 

12 FT LIPEBOAT. ISA 645 PINE BT 10 SUITER • 5 5X0 0* 5 3X.500 


NOW 

OPEN! 


10 SUITER I 5 2C - 4 — 5 3*. 500 

4 SUITER 5 I 3*0 60 5 22.204 

7 SU1TEH | 2.616 M • 34.000 

24 SUITER 532 O®0 *® 1112.000 


OUTSTANDING 

OPPORTUNITY 


14 SUITES ®I0 34101 . • *3 000 — • "• rt »* 

14 SUITER _. 510.234 00 * *4.200 The fnllnWlhg *11 Inrluded In nn# price «*■» t 

BU81NESR — RTsiPKS - CAPTR - ID Appraaimatelv *"* f*et of '•res I ?uiti»n 

HOTELS Irani With *endy heart! very warm 

CTTY CAPE— OOOD VUI.UMB I 31,000 awfmmlng and rt.ellent fishing 

DINE AND DANOB-ODUNTRY • 1I.10O . . . . , „ , ,, , 

HOTEL-64 ROOMS— CAFE * *4.000 <1* Approx mat* y 27 acre* uf well frera 

HOTEL-ROOMS MHOPH 4 21.200 '•'‘d *">< highway Ironteg* DnTk 

! IfSS 436 Mein hou*. ha. beautiful Ivt^g KULf< 


A nlee Ilf lie hi,*inr«* tor or)* or twu r a r~ r~ . . irr~r~k . r . . _ 

penpi# with not tuo long b«ur* Nn good- bAFt INVESTMENT 

• III here Print which cover# e cCAfv 

tin k and future* la only jDOUU -Neal, a iron*' new well . construrted 

I hav. all kind# at grocery etnres. coffee 7n l ?nu.ra'^rt%r d L\?"? n #r,!^ t 

bar* r«r — oitne wuh living nuar'-rt end *-- *" _ -«nen«*v tn- 


MONTREAL TRUST 
COMPANY 

1111 Government St. 


u. 5 ~r 'its isasr's* s, d 

i I III) ranev *linwBP>ei over EOQ C 


HOTEL— *4 ROOMS— CAPE _ 
HOTEL-ROOMS— RHOPH 


W. ere ^ | <» 

•f nur new ehowraoen at GENERAL STORE— I^ O — HOME I 14 ooo 

SEAFRONT OARAOE— CAFE I 24 0<XI 

2007 GOVERNMENT 

„ . _ * 1 REALTOR 

MARRIOTT REALTY 


NURSING HOME 
ROCKLAND AVENUE AREA 


Inter**! depreciation and va- This rhntr* location In She buatne** *er - 
ellnwen- /• over *OQ Cfin " n,, on H*®®®'! Avenue r>imf>rl»p,l uf 

PULL PRICE 5ZT, jUU tw ■ UTar newly decorated »#lt -untamed 

euitei tagetnrr *iit> an ideal etore inca- 
Loo having valuable display wtndna*. 


Dream Homer~No Steps 

Pnur-year-old «*.ucca bungalow. 
Through hall, oak main flour* 

Ideal kitchen tile Hunr 
Thor vunabtoatlun alnk 
I3i*h«arher v clothe* •••toff. 

Dryer. 

Puiir -tiler# balhrnom 
T»o good bedroom*. 

Floury gud cetllnga loaulated 
Wail* plastered nn Oyprt*: I® lit. 

Thrrsnatube healing 

Cn«i 4X4 yearly tn operate. 

Hr>i#ra>e garage. Bewf 
Tatra 1106 

Price $8750 

Alai Pate, Ev** . E 21X1 

A M TAYLOR BRUTAL * CO t TD 
1210 Brawl Street O *101 


SAANICH ROAD 
SWAN LAKE AREA 

Rulldlng Mtea ennaiattug of *1* and 
jhrvw-qu.rtgr acre. $ 3000 


OAK BAY 

COMPLETE SECLUSION 

1 OIL-O-MATIC HOT- WATER HEAT 
2* -AC RE BEAUTIFULLY LANDRCAPED 
KOU.INO LAWNS. ROCKERIES. 
RHRUBE 

Tltlk glght-ronm aturen h«me attua #it 
tn * magnlgicent eetllitg al natural 
| beauty with iron*. »hr«ti* and H" a 
aindmg driveway tu the Itiruae hetllliif 
Ibmk m rnmnlet# gaeluMan Cotui.img 
of large llvt*,® raom, tu* (liopkace. oak 
| flour* and window* ««*r|uaktng >he park- 
| iikr eruund*. al'r active auuruom )*•■* 
dining room oak Hour* kit- hen and 
nook wired far raut* four -pier * file 
bathriHim and Ian bvdrunm* ail --n 
maiu Ilo-ur Up* lair* two bedroom*. 
iau-plei» bathrovm al-4 lounge B**e- 
aivttl with oil hot-water heating arid 
ratra room, aepatata Iwo-rar garage. 
Seldom dn we here lh# opuurlunlty '«* 
offer a hc-m* In »i)--h a beauHful aetling 

ZSt'Z" $24,500 

SEA VIEWS 
GORDON HEAD 

RUSTIC RANCH RAMBLER 
NEW H H A OIUO-MAXU:^,^ 
Three bedroom* Panoramic view* Truly 

ijrTSL'r- $ 15,000 

Mr Caruenfer. O 7)41 Pvea Albion 6XK 

Alfred Carmichael & Co Lid. 

Ill* BROAD RT74EET O 7141 

k4ember Vlrtitria Real Eitat* Roard 


FAIRFIELD 


Pour rear* aid. tia-ronm aluern hungal-iw. 
Futiy maiwrn Ownr* leasing clly. 

Price ““ r $11-000 

nr rtoae offer 


FAIRFIELD 


Cln-e i-i Wildwood five -room hungain* 
with ba-iment and garage $6300 


for you, mr grocer r.rT.-^r.r. 

— will handle 

A real opportunity to mate in'* ol pn fe »,th term* 


fieldtim d ies *u- h an nn.iiirtwnlt* si- 
*ent il .*|f at atlrecUv* term* 110 «00 


Neat Dnor to Our Old 6ho® 


COME IN SEVEN BOARDERS 

w Are thrown In with thla splendid l®» 

r/\rtk i A tin ran in houae. together with the furniture 

jUUN ANU 1st five fonm* and th* rnmbinallun kit* 

cfifn rang# Thl* anlendld building ha* 
rr~r r\i i n • furnished dining ronm a large living 

Ott UUK rawn. through Rail tn two large iien- 

innm*. and a h*ihroon* with separate 
nvirni a v/ *«d up.telr* bs * eitnrealew stair 

Ul Jr Ln T 'her# ere four Iwdrooms IfUfRMhon. 

trie ba<emenl he* room for an **ir* 
-un* an® lh# piped furnae# It neesiy 

. nrw Th# ranf •» Durntd The ground* 

Wlies* * h«!*4 af mighty EVINRIIDKR I* Invels The InrOMi* la 4*70 per m-nth 
wallln* to gr**t mu where en efflrlent Don’t delay, lh# uwnrr miMl «ell due IP 

marine n|B lltn#«* Or *Xr|l*n*e for * •01*11*1 home 

*•*(( al expert ra'P-iard and rnarine-wim u or no , , h# orlr , ronit.l#'# 

merhenlra t« walling to »*r»» SOU Ev*ry- u t, sin 

thing la repair* far tha unall-boat owner See Mrs Pa.iar. R 4.112 or Alb. 300E 

Engine work propeller artju*t.n, and DICE IE k*ro, REALTY 

many other pha*#o pf marina-repair wurk *n Fort Strert 

OBOCERY STORE 

THAT® AT Blliialod In a thriving i-omrtiunll* and 

vlsnwiiti a a-iod nsnnthtv Inrnoser ssllh 
' -urn«pe<<» for * s-ib*tantl»l lnr - »«-' 

. e.p, | a Mnaletn e,iah|i»hm*nt ofh up-lo-det* 

\/ I ( I f lU 11 f is tor's . also nl't nun# quarter* com 

V IVrf I vlMr x. t,r<*ing tpaciou* living room, ne.tr-inm 


NO 3, 715 PORT E 0432 RES ■ 11*4 ,41 M ew h 
VICTORIA 8 REVENUE HEADQUARTERS modern 


room Jnoo dining raom five bed- Rverrthi»e annul thta grand horn# in. R® eomaetlUon in thi* Up-th#- 

rnoin*. mtidern -elertrlc kitchen, twn rtudln* lo-aUwn .» ueilectlv suited for .WBIRMIBHF 1.6*1 fear'* rlear 

bathrwoma hot-water nil heat, tM .^e. pu o^e ft hlV«,wp too.lly ' ,r0, “ •"<« tQ-ICn 

double garage all in excellent ran- t?,,, ,ooi£a. ° including ^ au” X 2n5 1 »• *» PUU. PRICE $y25U 

dllion. Would mak, an out*tand- unr- he* Thera *r# threg complete bath- •"‘wot bungalow In trade 

ing lodge mom* and ev-ra waehraom Automatic For FMII Particular* Call L J ColtU 


$28,350 


»-»!« «« •— ' ra'.^raV^in fit ^tTOn 

and diet kitchen inter-telephone end 
*l»i Well-known roffee shop, re.iearent hoaxer »f»t»tn dumb waller, etc In fert. 


Even Ink*. B •344 


A*k for Allan Chauvla E 21.14 

Eva* E 1661 


Goroqe ond Service Stotion 
Exceptional Opportunity 


1346 STANLEY AVE 

Revenue pruducing la return aixieon 
per cent. 

ISLAND INVESTMENT 
CO LTD. 

774 port muerr phone o 7i#*-7 
Member at Real Batata Board 


svsu-innwn ronre uiop, re«iaor*m in pir , , nrn-r/M 1 > • />> ■ . , - « 

and drivg-ln hnuwd tn a new peso- ' ,M ’’ featur# necessary for a hlgh-claaa rcMBERTON HOLMES *" n»«e**ary *qulpm*nt lor hanitting 

llful. arrhllecl -designed building r.ucalng hnsne Term* ar- »n, nr\C\ . -e-c-1 J repair* 10 'egging truck* heavy truck*. I 

fully equipped with th# moat mod- renyed P-ill pr re 5Z**, yj\j\j | Til etc oea pump* are*>ina eauinmcn' 


LTD. 


etc oa* pump* greastr-c eqwipmeni. 


ern food ®l*ts4«*n.g kqulpairnt. A , k tot Mr Clarke or Mr Gaunt * »•« Busin*** .uedily increaxing. DiftilF 

Xq-Hpment alone nut "V»r 416 X00 Evening* R 1)71 GOVERNMENT ®T DAY®. O *134 remunerative Present owner Geared 


Engine work propeller ad|u«4ins and 
many ether pha.ee pf marine-repair work 

THAT® AT 

VICTORIA 

MARINE 

WORKS 

1007 GOVERNMENT t Ml* 

"The Horn, af EviBiUd*' 


in-ildtng and equipment ro«t fhe 
owoet *)2 #®0 and could be eoMly 
tented for 1300 per mnnth if die 

r rrhe-e, did ont alalt to n|ser«-e 
h lips* If ThU ku«lnrw I* • -Il 
removed from 'he hvme. «.n '.he 
property and a mud noi In ant *as 
dl*ira,| from the waterfros-t i,r»p- 
ert» The rental of the rss-a-irspi 
and fnur-rooin home would bring a 
ssarlv revenue ol at least 4) 7-10 
n»r sear at lh* tame time g'.sr liia 
t-urehgaay* the main houe# for «heir 
own grar ton * Using 

AH thla altUAied In on* Of the <nw*l 
uopuier reenrt Area* on Van--ous»l 
Island 

REALLY AN OUTSTANDING 
OPPORTUNITY 


EXCLUSIVE 
"SERVICE STATION 1 ' 

"REPAIRS" tong eetabdahed country grorarv god _ 

# .... - _ 3'*' 1 «f<H* Re aeon for »«IJio* -er-,- 

FIVE MILE CIRCLE IS'S, ^SSX’.'YJSrS!, VERY SPECIAL 

NETS $600 MONTH SSTdSS tw, -,»iws 

gtc yen rill! nn,rr I pier# halhmom Large bteerrway to eluding fl*h ond rhlP ISliehine Just 

>1 J rULL PRICE double jasag* Breeaessay can be fin- «*• •->*• market, on wonderful -e-in* The 

, lahed for offra rwB , t ,/ n er*»t«r* B*»e- P#'ee i* onlt »k 6V) with 12 MO r*»h 

TRADE YOUR HOUSF w ' l, ‘ • |lh I'lenl Px'eilenl fl»- Brn. *122 per month Thl* U highly 

*-'•31- , <ur*a and equipment m fir*i-rta»» r«p. recommtr ded and if you *r# interested 

Good lira ‘ion. good .hop and a lee trie .. 7? *- 1 ««•*«»* 

sas %.fisr ^ vs-jr B •• wswa r c^nrz ™ »-wr. .*i« 

•ervfCJiig Ad’ioinin*' ptnaert* ?!« •all rn\rt $17,000 =“ ” 


GROCERY . POST OFFICE 
SOUND INVESTMENT 


over ta non last v#a' owner <*11101 ow- 
ing lo nine** Land nuiM- *nr rvrtrx 
mg* equipment. #tc 2>ZD,vJUU 

Call Stan Jane* and 44 A Campbell 

A M TAYLOR RPITTAL A CO LTD 
1 3 IB Broad Street O Xing 


VERY SPECIAL 


PULL PRICK 
POR EVP.RYTHTHG 


$85,000 


“ftd » Ikrlteiv dow r> 1V1 bedrooms ‘and 'WHhuul the restauranl uric* *47 too, JJ"' •bu'pmenl fat mil p^',^ 

nethronm up Pull basement, hot-air Term. Available ZZTaHa ? praper'y ran he rn,r * 

tusnarq and separate ..rape >7,1. U a call J V4 rheem.n ur K It U.s a,.!., 


ire nair ra*n will nande Ur — ... „ . . , . ..... 

■exrell.nl oispartunltv for c * 11 " f *"•*- K -' * n, 6''F. B3I3I 


te»y afireetlve propcjetlloo *nd U ptlrert 
right *1 412 000 plus stuck at Intw.re 
For full partirulart ole.ss call A M 
Millar evenings rt*34d 

- P R BROWN A aOSS LID 
E 6614 1113 Broad Btree' Phono O 1171 

I PlItflT-CLASS MEAT HUBINKSII DOING 
a steady monthlr turnuvvr of 65 0W o 
MW Th>* bu*ine«* y* •hawing * »#»w 
_ . high nei prat is and will *ea*!y pw* '<se 


E tgl.1 H 2M2 


rrwi»emvyN nglmbb ltd ;,,i i 

ft 1603 Oayernmeot St pyTLl. 


psrrh.seq room for «knansion and Fseuing* nrsit C.A< r “DICtf“C CAI C 

a-saine** ran be greatly increases! jAV.iMn^,C jALl • 

Owner not* 3k -n g.-o*s lurnoser n! 11, , _ 

41* 400 W«r:h look n, Imo Owner Alfred LormiCriael & Co Lfa Pb’l* equtpoed cafe and bakery ootlel IB 

will rake house a, property In trad*. » T h»er .. - ... tBetnrt. eaeellent enuipmeot. »e#t* 

P1-T-1. rlc -, c « ‘ ,l * EttGAfK »ThrPT G,.«| w Short hour, rii-ed Sundays Will 

PRICE -e il J, /jU «atl l<k itork and b#ir#i fur 1170® or 

t. I...... I,.—. _ nearest cash off#' 


"COFFEE BAR" 


• ill '-aka house or praperiy in trade. 

Kick - $15,750 

7 *rtuMsa with Item Mortgusn, B 2101 
dev or niaht 


1)14 -4M4GAD- WThrPT 


JOHNSON 

OUTBOARD MOTOR® 


'•pired Book* npen far Inspeoun tn Toil prtre 


$2500 


HAWKES FOSTER 
LTD. 


Beias and 

Service 


genuine pra«|.erts PuU prlre tier #;| phon* g 441): Pve# . * t»an Mr. WUElOa 

equipment and thl* good buaintv, 14 *04 
s to' x al lavok* ■-•■* 7*2. Victoria 


RAMSAY 

MACHINE WORKS *41 $00 AowqJ. balance »t 540 mnnth Till* (Cify COfTimcrClOl ) 

14)4 Btura Bt - Kil, It®) - O 4314 1 r0 f fee thop in lh* dgwnlown area d®i UVINO QUARTER® PUU 

definitely will not last at lh* price ol NISMfeD • enmpieie and well # 
“ — ' 14 100 liar seatlnt 23 No drudgery 

By appointment al four esjovenlenre and a half slar week CLOSING 

BOAT BUILDERS PROPERTY BALE* REALTY AND IN- daily smeirtran euro * 

1 RwRANri V*r»rr .» 

Otm, I® end ••• «ho Un.vwra* Atom* ° f,,r * • ”}?„ EMU Eve.^ R •#. 

Four. 24 hp marine engine Ideal for Mr 7r'. 

pteraur. tr* tram 14 fl. lo 24 A {0 mtAU^trOL ^ 

resident end raorlst NeeuIHuliy fqr- CRACCR RICfnF 

CnWADD t fP^FTT t TO 4M6M® ami wq®»Pim® IU.®W ®4« hansMe UlArVJL 

tUWAKU Llrjt f • L I L/. ®eefrrni Apertmeni Hou.r New Location 47g Tales m 

•06 BABTTON ®TRKET VICTORIA BC Nothinf better In VieUria Tremendou* . _ ... . „ 

_ paoathlliuea Can b# handle® wslh »1X X®0 * ^ "** 0 

“ . 1 ■ Fay all huslneea prapertt** a*« 


"COFFEE BAR" 


ROCK BOTTOM PRICE 
61 40® dorm.- balance at 140 month Tin* 


3AR 1 ' , ,Uf 91 " ,,hl NET REVENUE irn giaontone - b tm 

HAWKES FOSTER , _ ** «*C r,rArs. 

* 11 . LTD 1 2-Ltfi?'UHi5f A, £2 18 TMIt only IP YOU nAVE a HOUSE MOURE wrtg 

52500 rP’L™* OWHln * P1AC- revenue, apartment block alia court 

* I»1S Doom A® ®I H 1101 O' MARKET* CAN be HANDIES farm 1st or J»d mortgage u, eacnanc*. 

•60 Mr wntmi NY VAN AND WIPE GUARANTOR) phone J D Bmilh OlMI ese*. C 2*64. 

— RE NTAIA 6120 PYR MONTH OOOD Pl».anclel Survey Limped U24 Onserp 

JAR" I HARDWARE. GROCERIES )*»“«*,, ’'’"'~%26*SOO ~ 

USSSBm 9 v,n ' “ oi nnn i d °i te ?l Ltd ’ riu5i=i£^Bu> 

,u * $21,000 ^ rtAtSYmi I "**' T 7, * fon .«•« 


IMS Doom a® ®t 


HARDWARE- GROCERIES 


GORGE OPPORTUNITY 

We are prlsllcgyd lo nffer Iht* eiaautL- 
fMlly situated and e„|ldlv Isulll Itve- 
•iiuri ,Ui" « nungaiuw oilh 'ull n a la- 
ment bat air luma--* and Ort«*-ih 
garage through hall plan with |p«- 
tinus front llsin* mm with P>s»lF 
fifeplAca dih€"s two oedtpobis #l'-t»h 

• !'h tn# un« and rr-'*r|.n»e pH ahge, 

• tie floor m P'mnrok* »*att»r -w». 

* ~ ge garden ml oun lawns >hr n>». 
f.-iili tree* *nrl brine* Tasa* CM) 
Murlgaga 44 6U6 at |42 iwonihlv 

$8500 

Re**onat>|e offrri eaniid*r»d 
E 1167- Mr. Thssrneloe Eva*. Albfnn » 

MEHAREY & CO. LTD 

til VIEW BTREET I 1117 


HIGH CLASS SPECIAL 

Dn* hesuLlfui aungaiaw, 4*w OwfPI. 
klluatea aaar Vinnria CflUeoa, *j»- 
rasinsled bv high i io»» pro .mi** and 
uiili flv* tears «ilit Thri.ugJ-. hall plan, 
v*rr *tirkcl»se Urge living rnosss nn-n 
firepla. r bull! -.in bookra*** twu 
•Ihvf i v targe bngfii nedroum* four-q»»ee 
P-oii.ruk* balh rabmet llt'hen •"(, 
Ullllty adlnlhlng OIL RANOE IN- 
CLUDED uat iron'* gnod garde® In* 
41 ora mortgage at 640 moolhlv haleme 
ra.i> Thl* i* * f 7 q c A 

REAL BUY AT ON1Y i / 3 jU 

P*ir appr.in'men) rail 
Mr «nape E 1074 nr 

PMPfRE REALTY 

74# Ye’ae Street E 744I 


Fiyhi -mum resldenre with living rsnsm 
slid dlnme rn«im Cafoe'* eall tn wall 
Venetian blind* Cog I »ts»be» Wired fu,.^ 
electric range Thl# hou*e I* In lip-top 
condition encAA 

Priced right „ iOJUu 

fvenma* call E H Clark. 1X067 


H. G DALBY & CO LTD. 

6)1 VIEW BtRF.FT VICTORIA. ■ C. 

C 6341 

NEW R ANCM-BTVLE SUBURBAN ROM® 

In very itrairalil* setting am] high loca- 
tion On one-’htrd-acr* lot Most modern 
In detail Living room I3*IX Oll-O- 
Malle li-tlln* with *lr-r-.ndl<lr-ning 
unit Fully Inssllaled AGached gare,e 
Vuu real!, mUkl thl* to apprwrui* 
II* huirev almuspliere Term* •« luw 

$ 13,500 

HIGH OAKL.ANDR— MODERN COTTAGE 
nf fruit trsurn* Living room wUh hard- 
weel flnnr and flr*|,rare flairment Is# 
T9* 1)4 Quirk -|m**e«alon tf ‘TFTFXA 

A |"d osiy at $/UUU 


LLOYD'S 


$4750 


pleaaur* rrafl (ram 14 fl. to U fl 

EDWARD LIPSETT LTO 


Phbne E *611 Bvea . ft 4144 

Mr Colling* or Mr Trill 


FRASER BISCOE'S 

New Local ion 170 Tate. Rlrret 
A- race from Ul* New Poet Office 


TURNOVER S70.000 
ALL CASH 


PAINT! PAINT! PAINT! 
For the Sprinq Overhaul 
We Hove 


Fwr all I’uslnesa prnpertM* tec 
JONES * SCOTT 

B ITM MO Yarrrrw Building 


I son feet of f.-onr apace rent M6 lease , nMl , 
I airaieglt loratlan, egcellen# clienrele I mrtntt, 
wholea.l* referanr**. Urge .tort mini- of , r , 
mum of help Poll price. Inctudlny ‘ 

Mart e 1 n ir a . 


14 '■'I ORG6M 

(Very claee-in stucco faus-iiMas bun 
ail heel, drtve-l.q ,*•«• trull 

r*ro*n. i#«** 6*x Only t) »fk» 
. 'hen iai * tenant par 400 or 6< 
Wintli P«JJ1 a . 


Duplex for Bungalow 

Up and an«n slume, lno#r htinc room 
wl'h (Irepiace kitchen *a* laid un 


17*4 ORGAN 


?cSr« TTr.1t? ro«m With tub four pie,* Nath- 
IS kMS m 3; OpelAir* rise ,unw<* belh and 

.. in L, mparato tullet Cement beaement piped 
1 furtfbco garag* 4 OAA A 

$4950 - $9000 

Even 'rede for a gawd bungalow 
A 'ey Pag* Eve# ■ •*•! 


FOR EXTRA INCOME 

OPP OAK BAV AVE Thl* sevenue hnsne 
frinn m IH t ier month Can be pur. 
i*K* for only ni» doer ttac.r\r\ 
Pufl urii. * _ iojUU 

FAIRP1EXD— A'tewctlve lew term, wsss 
thi< rwy»nue hr>m# • ,n-d w.v»*',neni 
R* , "gf • 6*ue of ,iv unite ever 617g per 
ui>m»h rjwner will trad# •ytifl s ft 
<m*ii tsung* luw nnr\ 

usw terms .1 5 1 Z,V00 


REAL ESTATE * rNarTRAWry AGENCY 
1006 NLANNflARD STREET 
Phaweg O Ml I B 3141 ■ 7701 


HIGH QUADRA 

PERFECT FOR METIRBU COUPLE 
P-ur ->**r-aw| '.ufigginw in *x«r neni rwn* 
If tan aurmunle-l by a charming gar- 
dan in* disuse f.alur'i 6 lory* |l»|i g 
ronisi wuh "r-eo fires, lace <we brrg'.l 
•edrnnnss • , r.**'s kil' hen-dining an* 
fs*» fl-o*s a »nl|d haaemem drive. In 
yarae* rarster windew* avid e«pc-ially 
for elderly p»M>le 

NG ST? re 

UMBMun •• Man. q>net anl r>*e la tu#, 
Qaiik ps<»*»«*’ftn Prired at only 

$7450 

'T*vm* asallaoiai 

P. W. STOB IE -REALTY 

00747 3*47 QUADRA «T ■ Mil 


H W MILLER & CO. 


LOCK 


netiib force* owner la quit Ccuniry rTAri/ . . 1P . 
Mora wfih gaeaiine pump cafe and 3 1 Uv_K AND 
coffee bar »n Dill highway Plvv-room nAnnr . 
living qwerTsrv. lou Will rabsidev oARKcL 


APARTMENT HOUSE 
SIX SUITES 


$ 10,750 tss,® f ; ayjws ~ 

aepaisu meter# very large %4i*»**i »»»a m. o 630* 

IOU5E ‘ fL im }SnlS M UBTINCS c:an<t.ixei> 


1006 GOVERNMENT 

Eye,, |r. g, Mr* 


O M22 

» MO* 


A ruU II®* "f merIR# paint* esiaasel# living qwartsrv Voc Will cabeidev oGKflCL c' 3u 1 f CJ 

vernUhea, inriodlng ®6ierwin WHMam# l red# for small home Vtcraria area _ .. 

Bapmiiua. Lagoun* and Mondar Area. Thl* nuainesa coming Into II* beu *** F<*r *nl» HIM -plu* *»se:k *l l«ew**#l, j *9 r * . . ® f '•"fT ,p9f * »• »NH* 


asm *c apple tar furtner Information *6 F*U can b«y III* pro^ertl. aiure equip- Hirwugh he .. aek flonrs. large bad- 

LLOYtk® men# fiv<«v*a dwiil. tn fart #y#i»- ra."n* frig* e)#e,ric nesn 14 rg*2#'i»M, 

Real Batata and Inauroaro Agency U>ing that gn*a wi»fy iht* (firieing *n-i Th. beat bay we have eaen fny many 


Bapmtil'a. Laaoun* end Mandat Area. Thl# nsttmeia coming into in b*M tea rwr aaiy u -piu* *iar» i.,*-,i. — -u is* «e<n *wne. 

aon. *c apply far further inform alios, *6 F*N can buy lh* on»i<-ri», tiure aquln- Hirwugh ha .. sak Hoars, large bod- 

5H1P CHANDLERS I.M>YG® »*m- UX*®^ a— darn, in fart *ya,»- ”*«*• *» l«» *l#e»ri« *^ev |g I*af4«u. 

UriMiiqi* irn Roai Beial* and Inauraare Agency Himg that gssra w i»f| iht* mrivina •»>«' Th» be.i bay we naea fnr many 

.... wHAAr aTAETT PRONB b it4t "»• Blen.hara SU#a, Phon* O Mill gracaey ..or# AVD in *sM. mwnih. - AA/ - 

1)14 Wiuxr ■TAKaT r iiusvg ® nti ; — Gun there u Hem* qnarsrra far 'wo A educed price J4U,U0(J 

Plbwfgie* covering 1m kos'i La mm* led wtulpped 'T7 iwa^perarar* Long 66$' And 4 ■•*ry*btng U™* »n'tmn „.*^* ^*^ J" *!^?* ** 1 


IN 0*"*l occupied *r»d wise suit# ren.ed “ k-rauww » « «-*-•* 

[JSLJtt*: a.M‘ h ,tT ’*On r |7 , .l*^ »*• 08CA* ®T CUPP GREEN 

:'.*L*f* .' **? Ar Only X* 406 ,«d Mar wsen Thaenrset of Wee'crn 

cweA-w®® isarmsrrl* af 440 e/pr« Mama. Ltd We barf ns* -eilenU. VOW 


$40,000 


.sms nrwvpis as »» g i o c r\ 

run *',»• 56oD0 

W— Dirate B 4111. Evea C <M® 

DICKIE At CO BEALTY 
•31 Pori Sieves 


pibeegta* cmrerin, 1m UwMiN 8 ‘. l ‘?..y W.j!»J »» 'J^* 8 »« , 

PtbeieMJ boat* E end ir Triple “CT MO ^r mnnlh .ranef Sflgl fJSI 

Aali-Psiullnt naa rear Vuaxaftlee egnmot J* B ■ «,iaa 31™,^ SS-T.- 

grawih Marlin Owtbward Motara fir ll%®6 ^ M ^ Comolela |_^ 


AUTO COURT 


have lb# home TH* ■*., at | ,qr 
ham# I* as clw*e es your pfsone Please 
can O 4)6# mr R U72 a* wlfiew « 21*7 

11V» RANDTiWRE 650AD SOU) AT 
Herw llndgsnn flawhe* hu-rr L*4> 

{ 5*< lulls* M weeded end eppreelasad 
■ Ji®l day ar n>gbt 


l/)WgR PRTKTTEID 
•ffrt! three- bed r MIN 
f«h»a 'oearlv new* 
raraee nak flonra 
klicKwa air A well » 


Surfacing Product® Ltd. A abrraad u j) to M *ltd 

•46W FOOT BT. • 1X14 OX Part Strew# o 


H, W Miller & Co. 

lkg® Ooearnment A* Q] 

Evening* 12X64 Mr* Clark 


Newstead Realty Ltd. 


JfyiilBX 64A.U. glMO® yearly Lav* I, ... 

423.206 l*rm* e I IWW 1 1 r>* snre-se I .... mmi-r 


WAN TED Ml-rwwwi * 
Gal nay er. Term* 
•tartitei monthly patm 
Prtre la 


Owner iwaeing city 
w-elern (lutes* Own - 
Na* toll Ieun.nl 
•aonern alMmetn# 
•WOlMd Mw IB nice 

k $11,500 

uongelow Feiefkeld 
• a M® dawa mb. 

tmu $ 10,000 


76® PORT STREET 


O P RILKE 
Rat 7 )®. cwrw* 67 . ■ C. 


A I TEN T I OR AGENT**- *«• RUWD7CK I 
Avenue asew lieied .rmanly wit® W 1 
O Ue*t mi Vernon Merua * Ca Lbl. 


a: s miller 

Real Erteie and la*wraa*a 


REVENUE PRODUCING 

RDGMING HOUAE Ik room* nicety 
kwe'6'I Jem*. Bey near Dfflis Road. 
*11 ream* rented, four raom* far ewner 
dnubfe tareye and warcahap. new 
ffuroid roof new elertrlc wiring 

Uirougheuv. Price, half ra*b boloora i® 
e**y taraii 

• 

D P McTAVISH 

• 14 Oaverameot * B t*it 

COLQUIT2 AREA 
$2000 DOWN 

toitft an the inywwglv-BxJi plan, 'ha 
<w*»e nw* ••# wadrw',6** i tying rwow. 
kli'bea wills din ire •fsaea A fall b«*a- 
merit altb a new furnaev On the larva 
r-rner lei Ih'ra. 1 are amall <Z.OrVA 
frail# and fyu»i ire»e price #OOW 
Call D®n Dir idem*. See* B 11)6 


Ralph H, Wilson 

2 124 YARROW BUILDING 




S7 HOUSES fob SALE 


HOUSES J*OB BALE JO. HOUSES FOB SALE 


87 HOUBES FOB SALE 

J. H. WHITTOME 

* CO LTD. 

1111 BROAD STREET B 43» 

CEDAR HILL 
$3000 DOWN 

Here It ll new inunj) |» nova niM 
lo'o A ^rttci dVuccp bunaainw an • 
■o<id lo and in a me* car’ «t ih* CVdar 
Hill araa will. «!•<*• toward, Alt Toirotr 
FKATUHES v*ry ait.acuic iiring room 
•lih fireplace 1*0 ni<* bedroom* foui- 
liirr# Pembroke uaUwgou. *nd bright 
electric cabin*. irdun and dinim *t*« 
Oak floor* lhtough.ru? Pull cement 
baremeni *111 ail-.lrel piped hot-air fur- 
nace, laundr) lulu ana drive-in garage, 
all with lenient driveway and walk* etc, 
Perfect far' a retired couple ur a young 
couple tcartin* nut You will- like thla 
and y#u ran liar* immediate &Q~rcr\ 
noeiemnn PI' U. PRICK 30 / DU 
Ur Wood. D «SS leer Keating HO 


57 HOUSES J5>R SALE 


HPL'SES FOB SALE 


Sarntfay, Aped U„ lfSJ 


HAWKES 
FOSTER LTD 


PEMBERTON 

HOLMES 


GEORGE RANDALL 
LIMITED 


ESQUIMALT 
$1950 Down 
3 Bedrooms 


HICKS REALTY 


67 HOUSES FOB BALE 


LIUl TED 

1710 DOUGLAS STRUT B II 

OPPOSITE HUDSON B BAY BTOKI 


INSPECTION INVITED 


Hera ii » ilucco homa with a hot -»»'*r 
neaung Ooa-O«kt*i|f. *;• am. LGing 
| ronm. firepiaeo, cabinet eiertrir kltchri., 
• here good nadreomj. utllltr room. 
tarhed garage Thl* rt a ranrh-atyi* 
home no beaemrnt and la worm* of 
ynur Inapectlun Ifa lit a ne* OGtrut 
and i| a good home The balance |e rent 
tie' a nice home of your own *nd Staff 
in enjoy III* ^94 SO 

AaXmg prlca ... 

Pi*a»e CaU It MarPariane Ret O 88T4 
or Bu. O 8)87 


— close in— city 

Two Basement Rooms 


lUember Victoria Rea. Batata Bonrdi 


Ltd. 

B'.nra 1M1 


$6000— CITY_$6000 
Modern 4-Room Bungalow 


WATERFRONT 

$3500 Down, Bal. Monthly MOUNT JOV AVE. 

tf.r.Jf;' b U V;.Vor ,,. ! uT;? 0 *n r '.rn OAK bay-seclusion 
r..r;;t,rr\rr^.*':nV';v.n:s 'sst gracious and charming 

dnt<* • p.-io Three bedroom*. Cabinet rr*., n. i/- * ■ r\\AI 

Hitmen »uh i duett* ««><i Baaemeert StMI-bUNoALUW 

$24,5007- 


Pti* beautiful rooms and twn 
immaculaie eaaement io«*m« Oak 
floor*. fireplace, laraa in mg 
rnoai aparloue dining loom gen- 
eral** cahinei kitchen two larga 
bedroom* imva-tn garage and 
hot-air h*et A fine Hume tttraa 

_ $10,500 

Call Mr Davi*. lie* n 1814 


HIGH LOCATION Mondoy. 7- y pm 

"RANCH BUNGALOV, 

mr.a.t and klurde bungalow *rnh Corner Ookdowne Ond 
I room Iwo bedroom* and targe 
rn three -pier# bathroom Or.f MlddOWne 
bedroom up Cement baaemn.l 
new hot-air furnace Attained Q q L- RqV 
ir ■ ith utilltv room and tub. ’ 


Ntc# living room with fireplace two 
BQOd-taa bedroom* rablne' Xllrhen 
tbree-p’ece ba'hroom and ull»Hr ro<»n» 
fuU price including nil stove J^QQQ 

P-eaa* Phone George Morgan, Rot 
_ O ST8*. of But . O 8787 


kfime no'-wa'er heating cvxxt ottfny 


Her* indeed .la on* of ih* Pineal Home* 


$6950 


Not Just Another House 


1 Acre — 5-Room Bungalow 

And iwe ei're buiUNng* lot* 
Youe opportunity •« hate a n*b 

tiling a. n* and build another bun- 
gairw faring Quadra Otar an 
art* (tifrial building tit* i; nno 

oSrTuin, $6950 


Unobi’ructed *e a and tnaun'ain »l*»* NULL PMCB ONLY 
are nbtainrd fr wit this delightful ttut.o rieate call Itlr Womjie*. 
bungalow haring three Urdrooma m ran 
and a den All main room* net* 

loutnet* eiitoaur* and la»» tie*. Pari r A mr ici-rt e~ r' 
na**uirf|. with Oil O-Maur hot-air he#-. P A I K r I fcLU- -VjL 
ln« Allarhed «ara«e Loir* lot *.th 

u,r,.a;: e '^.. * ,rM $ 1 6,000 4-room bun< 

Mr H-P* "«*» «;' *<» 1 » very allrbc.iv. -rtar *h.«e bungalow 

DUPLEX mmpri*lng l*o bedroom*, liking room. 

EXCELLENT INVESTMENT ^TOh h ‘^a ‘"cicw'fo 'SSL oui 

If tou *anl lu lit • rm tree nr an llnea trhtiol and th* a*a Le»a -hkn 

imeatmeni for a amall down payment hall ra«h balarr* at MO eonr/i 

and in th* rent pav th* uaiance If ,. per month PHIC* 57V JU 

i^e7f , .!u?,?.v:; ?. u , c. u m, .,1,..™ ..mm,. « nu 


modern con»aru<tlon. utnri- 
ing only ih* fineat ma- 
terial* and built *» one of 
Victoria'* moil pr<tgre»»i»* 
contractor* Without a 
doubt Victoria* b**r buy 
ll ISO down Pull price 


A Home 


A n*» home *!'!» 1 »»0 »quar» lee of . ^ — , . v , r- 

horn* Three b*rtroonu all iar*e Bp*. DRASTICALLY REDUCED 

riout living room Olark t.t* tiivp.ace, 

gje*t-«u# dip n* room modern rablnet ,|in. Redured (I Ji»d lor quirk tar 
aurtirn. four-p.e. e PembruR* Bathroom Leivrlv modern t*it-ykar-nld **d#r .-.hak* 
IJtiliry rocm H*rd»ot>d floor* ihmunh- huncalnw located n*ar th* **a and park 
out A lovaly neigh'. *parlo.u home Haar- on half an arre nf good garden *ml 
rr.ent ha* an L-*hap*d liy.lng room and Three bedrotyma Large living room »lth 
dining rnocn Oir bedroom, toller and fireplace and dining *pac* Cabinet 
thower, O.l-O-Mai ic. air-conditioned lel'then wired frfr rant* Pull daylight 
unit Dyive-in «*rag* Porn*r iDt Thu tiatemrnt with fireitlace Heparate rrar- 
ta outatanding value at a bargain price age to match renced ground* rn la*na 
* ,>h term* ,* i t c r\r\ • nrt *hruh« q*n*r* lo»* I* your gam 

$16(500 Term* Inrlude 'M mnfrgage nf *i 100 
a' ft p*r rent al Ml. per month in- 
Pleaac Call K MacPanarte Re* O MM r udlng ta.r* tf n inn 

Reduced prirw 5 I Z ZUU 

Mr Ludlns It MM Dav Vr Nighf 


Hera it e modern *i*-r<Kim bungajaw 
with a 'wo-rnom gulta in the baaement 
A very attractive combination living 
room and dining room through hall 
rhrea bedroom*, r ahmet ti'ihen and 
three • p # r* Pembroke bathroom. L<*«* 
of cedar-lined cloth** rlo**:a Shower 
and tcMlwt in ba»err.#nt Otl-O-Matie alr- 
C'tndirioned furnace, laundry 'uha Drive- 
tn garage, and a lovely garden Located 
In th* rily. In a vary deairahle location 

r..;r si 4700 

It Will It* a Pleasure IB Ahoer You Thi* 
Hum* of Diatinctton 

Plea** phone Oaorg* Mo-g*n. Re* 
O Yl»l ny But . G *3*7 


HOME AND REVENUE 


A SPECIAL 
4-Room Bungalow 

Riorro Immaculate In everv re- 
apart Neai living room modern 
kitchen two bright bedroom*, 
gun laom full baaemenr |itp« 
furnare Mill rotun eeparata 
garage fin** lo tm* e/Ci-*A 
Ka*y term* Special at 500UU 
At* for Mr piddtek *wn above. 

Eve* Albion IJJ Y 


Thu well-built hou*e u in 
■ good dltirict, juat over 
on* m'la frum City Hall 
Cloae |o bua Piv# good 
room* on grouud floor for 
owner Two aiittr* up rented 
for »7» per month Baae- 
ment and furneie. Qood 
lot • Oarage Rome €77^0 

term* Bull price 5' / JU 

Call MR MICH AXL, O *1*7. tVB O IlM 


$2450 — DOWN — $2450 


BEAUTIFUL LAKE HILL 
BUNGALOW 


OAK BAY 

2374 CENTRAL AVENUE 


HIGH QUADRA HIGH 
Priced At $9950 


'SUE. Only four year* nld wtUt auto- 
mat.* heat drne-irt *ara*r and el*, trie 
kilrhen. Every rn^m I* attracrue 
an«l perl-rllk planned Two large twin- 
•iced Mdrrwun. .. rharminc Mving-rw:,cn 
with adjoining faintly. *U* dining room 
A charming four plrre fVmbrnkr Hath 
and a luvalv- ra'unei kitchen with dining 
are* In all * real beauiv Call fnr 
appoin'menr Down ll.kfln , « r r\r\ 
Eull prlre 5 I U.5UU 

Mr Pnwler R MM Dav or Klghi 


JUT I UUA T II well mint on •hrm.gh-hai; plan .argr •'«' «**'•»' ^Tr’en.a'r; ^ 

litlng mom fu;;-*urd illmns room. r * ,0 ®V raom Blth fUff$ii»ic. 

A . . ^ r r~ r r, 1 1 k'Uhert Pembroke bathroom. * 1 * #d krfrheti with pantry fuU remen 

AN OFFER "•drtsjm- nak floon rn me n room* haaemem with Hot-air furnare and rp 

Ul naaemrn. nin-air furnace, drive-.n tr««» €«ragr Tht. I* Mr* and clean am 

garage ea.vj -ro-care-fnr garden ,o* • 'L*’_ b 7 tnr . * o m> ! ,tl> 

A KJ |Z QTRFFT '•*'* Thl« I* an Ideal num* lor * PRICED fur quirk *at* 500 JL 

'AINIX J I I'LL I renred cnu|i|# Clear Plra.e call Gears* Oriffln 

— »l*l* Price 5 I I >UUU 

CONSIDERED ' " ^oak bay" UPLANDS 
FULL PRICE EXCLUSIVE LISTING U ° 

u S:'.r.r.°v,.,“,r.’.‘'5";;,n »»»*<£ superb-view, of island; 

N ROOMS" NEARLY AN ACRE OF 

wi'H tlmoat ne a elecirlc range four- „ — 

ARTOUNDINO AND BEN- Ptere bathroom *n<1 ’wo bedrorm. fh* LAWNS AND GARDEN 

v for an invetior or blfh and dry baaemenr t* fully lined ^ vjc-um. lit 

ii.tr * horn# and ev.nue, and ha* a gttod furnate Attached Thla beautiful well Irulli home with ll 
the beet buy any * 'ter*' ■•!•■* Everything In *i>otl*«* cundii.,.n **. iud*\ garden it in excellent condi 
of f Dak Bav A*ert*ie Take* only IlM odd, Comer enorn 
good and the hone* I* lo Really gtunl veil.* PitlPE 377 JU 

Tit eai-elleeit drftira'.lnn A»k for Mr Hrewlh H I34S. Etenlng*. 

An rxcrllent ihrre-rtnm H dhttl* — 

OAK BAY 
VERY SPECIAL 

I netted Poill Riy Road A »ery ltlr*c. 
live 13-year-old aiurro bungalnu a, in 
• eparale •natch'Dg aaragr back ane 
Hltuatkd nn a yen rjlce lot and clna* ‘o 
*iut»« Isarvepo;.* .ion and all .he v.her 
comfort* *ou might require 
ETATT.IREB AppraUng living room and 
I llralllstor flrrplsie two mre-tiaed ned- 
room* rao nei kii'h*r. with ill* rink and 
dining nook three-pieca tikthroom and 
evirt riorage •pace at back of hout* 

Oak flmyra in liikln rooma Some furni- 
ture would he Inrluded fenced garden 
with *hrub» oearh tree, etc You r* n - 
no» go wrong on thl* one. but HURRY 
i* the type of property which 
will .ell fast a* It M ONLY 

P £r trita RXCLUWfVE LISTING rail 
Mr Meuffel* O 4JSJ; Eve* B 78*3 

SEAFRONT— VIEW 
DANDY LOCATION 
(Exclusive Listing) 

Pint time offered, ■ modern riuern 
teafron* bungalow .ituated on one and 
one-third a ere* and nicely located in 
the Ml Dougla* Cordova Bay are* 

Living ronm. dining room and kitchen 
all fare view and look inward Ih* Oiilf 
Inland* and Mr Baker Twn bedroom, 
on maifi floor There *r* m*ny r*tra 
feature* twch a« two fireplace., wired 
fnr range liuulaled fully flnl*hed 
bed room rumpua ro.im anif Iwo-pinre 
bathroom in ha»ement phi* finlatted 
utility room and proper forced air auto- 
matic furnace Attached garage, nu* 
beach low taae* ^ . r -» c A 

PULL PRICE 5 I J./ JU 

A.t for Mr Hop*' nr Mr Wood 
8l!M Eve* E ««3t 

REVENUE 

UP-AND-DOWN DUPLEX 

i Owner a suite rfour room*' four home- 
keeping room* up. 13 BOO t VAAA 
down Pm* 5/UUU 

DUPLEX 

rmnpletele remodelled Inalde and nut 
f»»*r 13.700 hav been «p«ni In inateria'a 
alone Three-room **'ra lUjtr ih a'rir 
Living room about 30*10 fireplace, two n***nu* nas a month Will tell or 
good *|g» bedrivym*. Ihree-piec* bathroom, eirhang* fnr t'i-rMm houari with lia»e- 
neat kitchen with dining epaee. part ba*«- m*m M.1H tn handle enorn 
roent. drtve-ln garage and work ahop Oil Pttre 5oYDU 

range Included Be »ure tn are thla co*y ouy Meuffel* B OU. Rve B 7043 


Pig room* «i.i..o eater loi end 
Du raid roof I erg* lot with land- 
neaped rock gktden. hundred* nf 
dnllerr worm of plant* and 
•hrube Pot***»ion *0 rt*v« Tht* 
home vou rannol dupllral* for 
price, for Incarmn and beauty of 
the aurtpaindlng* 

Call Mr twamiey. Eve* , B M0J 


N H A 

MOUNT TOLMIE 


FAIRFIELD 

Cosh Payment $2850 

^or pa.iea»i*n o' » » ro-mr* trv 
apierrflHI mndlrlnn Ni.-e garden 
lot Bua and arhool on* blo.-g 
Pnaiftalon rmmrdlarelv Priced to 

eel I 

Cal] Mr riftev*. |. r. . g |(u 


CITY 

Up-ond-Down Duplex 


OAK BAY NORTH 


# The tvpe of hou** you atep In'o 
and feel perfectly at HOME 
Living room 30*14 dining mom. 
a den wllh flreplarr and larra 
kitchen yrmplelea the down- 
elalra Plve rheery bedroom* *r*d 
bathroom unatalra B*lter-th*n- 
averag* mfkvirfl rtwr- Cement 
bteemetfl with aulomallr hui- 

z^r^r $ 12,600 

Aak fer Mr fkmuh. Eve* O 31)1 


MODERN BUNGALOW 


YOU WILL HAVE MORE 
THAN RENT RECEIPTS 


Earluriv* with Hern Hndgeon 
B 3101. day or night 


SECLUSION 


lew frmi tree*. 


$9950 


OAK BAY 

Retired Folk's Retreat 
Home ond Garden 

Hera la a aplendld nppor* jn>'y for anme- 
en* det.rou* of having a lovely modern 
home in immaculatg mndjiton ai’h 
ainular deacriptmn fitting the large well- 
landscaped ground. The properly U a 8187 
70x238 '**■ and the nearly-n*w tlurtk 
home compnae* living room w.th fire- 
place. ktuhen with dining nook, four- 
pier# Pembroke bathroom and >wo targe 
bed-noma Adjoining garage with utility 
room and work. hop Thi« la definitely 
a bom* with appeal and much more an 

r M . S9950 

Ror Aptauntmenl lo View Pleaae Con'ACI 
W O lieu. Ret , Calqult* DOW 


Bargain prtr* of mile 

Enr Eurther Part Idler* 

men* lo View Thl* H"m* Pie*** Cob'tct 
W O tletl R*. Cold U It I 339W 


• taiEr Heir* a bargain in a f|v*-v*ar- 
nld «turco bungalow with- MGT WATER 
HEAT in all room* lively livin* room 
31 ft Inn* wi»h ftreplatc Thr kyrnen 
U aura for range Picture window, 
met look a re.l pa'ln *o built that mil 
hvv* .erlqalon and »un. Bo 4alr a Drift 
for *n nice 8 cqqca 

bungalow Price 3 07 JU 

Mr VLaing. R M*M Day or Night 


OVERLOOKING SEA 


An older-tvne home In good location 
unit a .rone * throw frnm the Parliament 
Building* On a very neat lot in laan* 
llouae ha* three room* dawn and twn 
up with gaa piped in. and a Ihiee-piect 
bathroom Live down and rent th* twn 
UP. New wiring throughout Taaea only 

TOIL TRICK ONLY $5000 

Pleat# call Reg Catfltnn. evening* E 8484 


$700 DOWN 
FULL PRICE 
$6300 * 

In Foot rFte Vendor Will 
Even Consider Less 

39 LEWIS ST. 


YATES STREET PROPERTY 


Ranch-type bungalow, three 
bedroom*, iwo bath* bp*- 
rioua living room featur- 
ing a complete bar and 
Dutch fireplace Baaement. 
Automatic oil hbt-waier 
healing tyaiem An almoa*. 
half acra beauty tpoi. 

I Price .. 

CaU Mr Nlrnla. O 4IJ7. I 


BPECtHAlTON WITH INCOME 
AT PRESENT OPERATED Aft A 
n GOD CLAM BOOMING HOUBB 

Oroa* intrini BpprvNlma'elv 
• I ion per year Th* owner will 
accept a -nunlry home a* p*M 
payment You live rcm IlH I | 
watch ynur property tncreaae In 
value 

Phone Mr TwaatU*._Evaa_ B B8M 


NEW HOME 
AUTOMATIC HEAT 


UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW 


(487E. Gleaming while elucco bungalow 
located «n quiet reai.lenttal *treei ejo.a 
to bq« a>pre« and achnnla Smart living 
ronm »wn bedr«..r»i* bright kitchen 
wired fm rang* Eull rem*nl ba-errml. 
drlte-ln garage enwen 

Eull price 50 7 JU 

Term* Avranged 

Mr Roger* B M04 Oav nr Nlgtlt 


A. BERNARD 
& CO. LTD. 


Or flan Juan Uland and <he 
* i ran* frnm nna of Ih* 
hlgheat pnint* at GORDON 
HEAD N * a r I y POUR 


CAPITAL CITY REALTY'S 
CHOICE OFFERINGS 


GEORGE RANDALL 
LIMITED 

1308 DOUGLAS STREET O I 


IDEAL SUBURBAN HOME 
5 Years Old 


83) PORT STREET O » 

MEMBER REAL ESTATE BOARD 


ROCKLAND— MOSS AREA 
GENTLEMAN'S HOME 


dlntnr room VIEW WIN- - 
IX3WB Iwo twin bedroom*. 

American CABINPT kitchen 
with view nook Oil alr- 
cimlltloned heal. Den, 
rumpua room with fire- 
place Twn -car garage 
Many ealra* Sunny loca- 
tion flelurion EXCEL- 
LENT TERMS in re* non-, *> m i r\r\r\ 
• 101* pari* Eull prlca 5 Z I ,UUU 
Call UR WHYTK. O 4137. EVBB B J074 


LAKE HILL 


Nn doubt you have been looking around 
fnr a new home There La a poaalbilllv 
thl* may he |t Hire living room with 
fireplare. dinuitf room, tnouem rablnet 
kl'rhett Wfted tnr range twn baalrimin* 
and four-piece Pembroke be l h room Hot- 
air luruace Dclve-tn garage Lawn*, 
fmnt and back with apace for garden 
Cloae to achoolt end tranaportatton 

J"';"" S9975 

AotMlntment 'o flee Thla Modern Huu*e 
By Calling BUI Knawie*. Rea. E I87J. or 

Bu* . O *181 


EXCLUSIVE LISTING J 
OAK BAY 
PANORAMIC VIEW 
HOT WATER HEAT 

Lovely aiding bungalow mmmandlng one 
af Victoria a mot excellent *ea and 
mountain vlgwa PIVE gnod-alxed room*. 
HARDWOOD FLOORS lull cement baae- 
ment. HOT WATER healing ay*'em. 14 
yean oltl Owner leartng for »»e G|d 
Country hence etcentumally low once 
end pnee* avion by M*y IS en-jen 
Price only - — 505JW 

Mr Spencec-fvea. E 7040 
Mr Oreen — Bye* E 8098 


I,17nr. Till* beeu'lf'll Home In (nvely 
• <>r mill V ha* I4»l« living room with fire- 
place twn bedroom# no* twin. niV 
bright ea'.lnrt kit.'hen, wired 'liyee- 
pterr Pembroke bath l.aundrv mom; 

S ert lia>rmei<l wllh hn| a alar IttKIni 
aege lot 88x131. lovely ground* Ecu 
• ■(den and pool Separate garage Vr»v 
lew 'ate* To ae* thla la to Imre It. 

PMlTprir# $8400 

Mr. Jane*. B 4184 Day or Night 


FRASER BISCOE 
OFFERS 


HIGH GORGE 


100 FEET SEAFRONTAGE 


"Bungalow" 

«II8i Older type In excellent condition. 
Living room with flreple- e cabinet kiv- 
rhen. WIRED POR RANGE, two bed- 
room* and bathroom full baeement, 
pipwl furnace Separate garage with 
workahop Take* 881 erro/i 

Pull prlca 5 J DUU 

Phone EMU. Eves. S 9444. Mr Trill or 
Mr Colling* 


Large revldenllal building 
all# in new aubdlvlaton 
Price . . — 


$3000 


LISTINGS WANTED 


If you hat# a duplejt In around th# 
Jubilee Ho.pilal I have a client with *1) 
eath fnr lha right place PJ*e»« rail 
Bill Knowle*. Re*. E 18TJ. 


FAIRFIELD 
FOUR YEARS OLD 


view* and wonderiui land 


ri.bln, poaglbllll.e. $1500 

CaU MR PRATT O 4137. EVBB E 7884 


FAIRFIELD 

EXCELLENT REVENUE 
TERMS AVAILABLE 


F. N. CABELDU 


Let Us Show You This 
Cheerful. Livable Home 
JUBILEE WAY 


fllurco bungalow gpntley* rnndlllnn 
modem thrmiahoul. full hlth baaement 
Clcree in arhool Oood lernri $g^QQ 

Tommv Water*. Evea 0 8888 


3 BEDROOMS 


KER & STEPHENSON 


<]!!• la EXCELLENT condition CLOflB 
TO JUBILEE Living room with fire- 
place. dimna rcu-m kitchen Mile tlnki. 
three-piece bathroom three bedroom*. 
ALL GN ONE FLOOR Pull Mwmw. 
DRIVE-IN OARAGE laundrv 'Uba. piped 
hnt-alr furnace Ta*ei only eokro 
»8d Pull price 5/ODU 

For app-iintment rail Offlr# E *4)1 ay 
E 1841 Evea Mr W'llklna. K lH4 


■hre# Are yda loterea’ed in a revenue prop- 
fire. erty ahnwing 83oo a mnnih groaa re- 
mod- turn* Thla Fairfield pmper'v »f one 
»a*e- four-mom aul'e cue iwo-rimm mil* an.1 
Hah four one-room auliea l* ahnwing Ihlk 
_ vkceilent return Pull cement b#*emenl 
SO with hot-water furnare Price Inchldaa 
all furmehinga wllh Ih* ex cep I Km nf 
May one atille Very # 00(1 term* available 

R ~ £,if tktv ’ ,u * of . _ $12,900 

Mr, Oreen Err. I A080 


NEAR JUBILEE HOSPITAL 
52275 DOWN 


OAK BAY 

THREE-BEDROOM HOMES 
A Wonderful Selection 


OAK BAY 
EXTRA SPECIAL 
SIX ROOMS 
ON ONE FLOOR 
4 YEARS OLD 
IMMACULATE 
FULL BASEMENT 
"A BARGAIN" 
AT $10,980 

(Call Len Wright 
B 2101, Anytime) 


Member Real Batata Board 
808 GOVERNMENT STREET 
0 4117 - DAY OR NIOHT - 0 4131 


I New al* roam*, baaement. 
garaae Wlllowa area N 

e ] 

only _ J 1 


FAIRFIELD 


FAIRFIELD 

NEAR PARK AND SCHOOLS 


ROCKLAND AREA 
Family Home 


3 Hew • • rnnm* nh>ed heallne. wired 
riurvo. lull* inaulaled l-ovel. *• a • 

PyK. $11,300 

) Hew *t« t'liiau «ame a* abnye. only 
with Oll-O-Ma’ lr air-condU'Olied heel 

$12,500 


Lovely Utuallnn eanacIalDT for Ih* chli- 
urpn Km-ruom lamilr home, emranca 
hell large hying rnnm enn dining roam. 
. ablnet kiunen, three bedroom* three- 
piece -iathro<>m full baaement aarage 
Hot-air heallne tZ7Qr\ 

Termi Pric# _ 507 JU 


8 r-acioiu h"m* in »hti arr» '• Juat 
me *hin| for an e*ecutiv* and hi» family 
H '-air Oil-O-Va'ic h/a'ing Pnur bed- 
ynnm* acd den Living rnnm. dining 
ynnm -kitchen end nice ground* 

SIT* $ 12,600 

Plea** Call Mr Darling, Bvea , B 8071 


BUTCHER AND 
SOME GROCERIES 


ThU duple* recently mmptetrd enn- 
ai»*a ny large living ronm, aintHf 'iwm. 
cabinet kitchen and nn# large b* 1 - 
tonm and Pembroke bathrnom M) **#11 
aide Hardwood floor# In all rtuima 
except kl'chen Separate hearing oiau** 
< air conditioned. Electric hot water 
heater*, Venetian blind* each ride Very 
nice location and good rental diririei. 
Thla la the beat buy In a duplex am 
the market today and will ba tn'd 


U81B' tfiHiaua! clccumalancea fare* 'h* 
cal* of 'hi* thriving MMl* ahop doing 
an cacellenl i,u»tn»»* in a wtil-pnpu- 
la'ed area Located to fully modern 
premLee* Owner might eien acrepl a 
bnu*e In trad* All atock and equip- 
ment t* included teenn 

at rise low prK* nf 3JJUU 

Call Mr Hick* Qui' klf. B Mot Day or 
Nuhl 


WATERFRONT 


$2500 DOWN. $2500 DOWN 
Gorge Area 


Lovely wauriront property In Nnrth 
Seanich af approaimaieiy Iwo acre* 
Small rottaia Drilled well. ffCOCft 
Oarage Pric# JJLJv 

For kboee TWO advert laemenia. P*»gav 
aak far Mr Edward*. Evea, OB81I 


4 well-built »'uccd home wi«h *e»en 
roovra Thia la a good buy for • femily 
Pour bedroom* Hire In* Full baaeman* 
and elm* to echooli Wired for elect ric 

JSS ,, “ ,DOW " $6600 

Pleaae Call Mr Darling Eve* B 8873 


OAK BAY 

MONTEREY AVENUE 


"CITY BUNGALOW" 
Jusf Outside One-Mile Circle 


re with termi 5 I J, 7 «, 

Mr Bpencer evening* E 7040 or 
Mr Anderton. evening* O 8839 


NEAT AND CLEAN 


$1500 CASH 
EXCLUSIVE 


Well mnelruried older type five-ronm 
bungalow Ou**l-Mae dining room full 
b»acmen' ai*h new furnace Hue 
garden with fruit tree* Nicely -iKa'ed 
*,.d worth •onaiderlng 41.008 io handle 

JS. $7500 

Art We'aon evening* B 8731 


,118* Well bum end »n apoilea* coodi- 
l|Ml thl* modern a«uccn home ba* llv* 
tn§ room with fireplace dining area, 
iwo bedroom' Iwur-plerg baihrnnm Nira 
entrance hall full baaen.eni. hot -air 
pt.ieit flirnai* drive-ln garag' TERMS 
AND EARLY POSAEflaiON eQorn 
Pull price 5 fZjU 

Phon* E 8413 Fv*» . Ml Trill nr 
Mr Cn!|m«*. B 8444 


, S37E' An Ideal f,iur-toom elu-.o ' 
low ju«* Iwei'e »car« bull* A ' 
*!•* ro.im* though compact an. 
r >tt.ic*i to be#' Hrighi raninst » 
and d'flin* area CKtatd-klee 
wb|,h ,‘i'ci need a SHUe alien' I'm 
torts* and 
prtr# nn.v 


GILLESPIE, HART & 
COMPANY, LTD 


ATTRACTIVE 
WATERFRONT 
Pnvote Beach 


P Marconi, T 7174. -Eve* O *#3$ 

NEW BUNGALOW 
ESQUIMALT 

On * 70 -font -front lot m the Munro 
d>*fri<| Living ronm inn. two i#a- 
r/icim* tare* c#b.net kitenen Pull man 
irmrnr baaement C007C 

fill! Pile# 577/ J 

Attractive term* Call rmdr Wuriele 

_ | mpm. M..- - E 7114 B 1448 

1 * I Hi l mr* in ail room* end _ RAV 

immtiulai* mtule and awl Through — ~ D/A T 

hall larga living roam with firepi* ♦ Modern eluero bungiun* in on« nf the 
dining rnatn two bedroom* Pembroke beat north of the Avenur lor* Ilona 
r-ainroom and cabinet kitchen with dir- Throu«h-h*ll plan large living room 
rn* 'pace full rem*ni ba*emeru • ih wftfi fireplace dining room, cabinet 
pernwood rumpua loom and furnace Nicely 'and- kitchen with neck wicen fnr rang* 
ff 7 I r\f\ *, *|.#d garden Term* can b# arranged Twc large bed roam a four- niece Prm- 

broke and rmctra'al baaln bathroom r»a* 
Mon i,|ca •* rori'a'l ficora in main rnnm* window* weather 
B 3181 dav o r night *’ ripped cove relllog*. Full I'ned 

na*emrni hnt-elr hearing drive-ln 
gar.g- Tun W it in QCn 

Very, goivl ttrmi Price J IU 7JU 

' '174 *vF* » 3177 


$4950 


Mr Drew. H 4104 Krta E 4884 


$2000 DOWN 


A eere atiractiv* waterfront bungalow 
FOtvau'ing of a large living room wuh 
fireplace, famtlv-tix* dining room, four- 
piece de lux# (lied bathroom, a bright 
cabinet elec'ric kl'chen and a beautiful 
den to alt In and watch th# ahip# go bv 
There are two large bedroom* nn the 
main floor and a blind etalrwtv leadk 
to two nlr* bedroom* up If needed 
"Hi ar# la a full baaement w|*h hot-warer 
heating and tepa rate garag# The 
ground* are nicely landaraped and the 
aecliaded beach la Ideal for com fori and 

'SET". $16,900 

P «r TOG her Ir form* '-l«n. Pleaae Call 
Al Bchlldemevey, Rea Alhtnn 3M 


COMPLETE SECLUSION 
GORDON HEAD 


Well hull! 7'i-room name cl«»* lo nark 
•hipping centre achool and »ran»p«na- 
Mon Pill na»emcnt A'tarhed garage 
Pl|»ed furnace A Invely four-nedr-'nm 

Eull pric# only $6800 

Mr Kemp evening* E 8443 


OAK BAY DUPLEX 
OIL HEATING 
SOUTH OF AVENUE 


HOME 


HOPE REALTY LIMITED 
B 6246 - B 7643 


A beautiful garden, abaomielv aeciuded 
from neighbor* and r^ad. iurmund* thi* 

Beal four-room atuccn bungalow. Th* 
houa* haa nice living room with adlnln- 
m* coneervatory Cabinet kitchen. f.«ur- 
piera bathroom and twn bwdrwumt Rx«e- 
m*nl with hol-weier hearing plant, on# 
and Ihrre-quartef arrex In al'.. with 
level* orchard, vege'alilei and amall 

Trulte. lawn# and rorgcrlee. ae well a* a A (Mils nld home i«o 
•airabte lot A charming little properly Wliei more could y»u 

and a good buy $9450 **** ' ‘ 

‘/....CM M,..->-.n.r n I III A,.„ ^ »£»« {« 

Pill |i rice 54V JU 

balance nnlv »'» a monlh pev* lor nur 
<*<*• nil healing, l|i>» wa'er and nn* 
Ink oil aio*c and anar* h#*!#r included 
Can (Oil be#' tlili' 


and 

REVENUE 


'kill An ooutual opporiunil*, to aAc-irp 
ihla *ic#llert Income property Inoated 
on well kept ground*, cloae |u bu* ’In# 
and chopping renlr* LOWER SUITE, 
•triran-e hall, LARGE LIVING ROOM 
with fireplare. DINING ROOM kltcflen. 
twa wedrnum*. den and thr**-pl*r» bath- 
laon UPPER aul'e modern cabin#* kit- 
t Hen rquippel Wllh NEW gLKTRIC 
n ANGE and REFRIGERATOR Uvlng 
rnnm with aun poreh DINIRG ROOM, 
lari* bed mam and adlotnlng tiled bath- 
rnnrn Full baaement ha* amall room, 
• epa'ale intlet, eleetrl' dnmeri'c water 
he*'## SEPARATE OARAGE Well main- 
tained n'npert y In etcellent mndlM-.n 
PAST TERMS la acceptable purehater 

;V: n .f $ii,95o 

Phone V84I1. «*#• R 8444 Mr Trtll or 

Mr Cnllirg* 


CAPITAL CITY REALTY 


Buy a dream homo— If you can afford 
it If you ran I. whv nat be prarilcal 
end buy Ihl* hrm* Wl*h re *•«''• #• a 
•Imping Iirnr rull baaement A three- 
mom guile far rmirgelf and 440 p*r 
oventh frnm * rented lull* Lota of 
fru.t tree* Thl* property la In • good 
renting are# and in fu»t-ela*a condi- 
tion, O.od eatue $6950 


EXCLUSIVE LISTING 
OAK BAY 
PANORAMIC VIEW 
HOT-WATER. HEAT 


JUBILEE AREA 
3 Bedrooms 

An older-type homo In lively condition 
Wi'h fu baaemen'. p.ped ftirnaca and 
drtve-ln gerag# A nice living ronm d|r- 
Ing room and kl'chtn «»nwn, *nd 'hr** 
me# hedmotn* «Hh bathroom up Im- 
mediate p«**#a*lon 43 nno CCC/\A 

down Erl re 5jjUU 

Elea## Phone Al AchHdemever Rea.. 
Albion 3M 


Mr r-xe. 

OAK BAY .GQUTH) 

Th. >*-•>«! room -> 101 * 10 * through bill 
Urine, joatn * nh ftr*iii*. * and lari* 
dining rn«»y aTl'Wgr'r'r was tlxkoxa Tory 
kitchen wired for riectru. range IVm. 
broke ba-nmnm full baaemer.l nnt-crrr- 
|tl|ted_fnrn#ce drlve-tn garage -et r.n 
a dmlhle 1 * 1 * pirily *er!.ided COC7RA 
garden Eull orl-e 377jU 

A - > for Mr Rcnetl E 7174. CV«a EjUU 

DICKIE'S - B 4312 

nc5W is the time 

To plon for mcreosed 
INCOME 

rtdke -n SEACGN HILL end '» *he P4E- 
IlhWEKT SI.DGfl and Within walking 
d.atanre RUE ERR SOLID TRIPLEX nn 
a QUIET STREET with teparale m*l*ra 
fnr gaa and e.errrlrUy and ••parat* 
bathi etc .HAPPY TENANTS ever. 

1 bea- theif own hot water t* ' 

I Purtiigh'd 4-room auire rented for !•* 
3 Eiirnt*hrd 3-room auile rented for 448 
) Lovely ground Goer aulte nf J rnpma 

G Jj.BAACivteni. furnare in new condition 
v#|v grobndl Planted garden 
; If t#kc» only *1008 tn handle and th# 
foil price la « 1 *3 AAA 


RETIRING? 


ONE BLOCK FROM 
BEACON HILL PARK 


BRICK HOUSE" 

5 ROOMS AND REVENUE 
$5400 BASEMENT * GARAGE 

^ CQC/^— Tnna In vatu* for a wel 
J J7JU -built hnme that [a xlwa 


Her# it a tmart-looklng four -room bun 

gklnw in’iv al* tear* aid Mult k* •«.. 
*• owner* ranaferred Term* e / wr/ 
can be erraneed Price 50 7JV. 
Or Clna# Offer 

for above TWO #de#r«l*#m*nla plea* 
aak tor Mr Bkcon Evew , O 4*>BI 


FNQUIMALT 4I.AOI* 
Three bedroom*, ful 
*ar*g* (nod jot 
Full tin. • 


On# block in bu*. n*ar tlto •#* Eiv# 
lit#* well-planned ronme lean pl.u 
three-piece ha'hr^nm and *naciout hail 
Upatatr*. twn-ntec# baihrnnm and •*« 
partly flniahed rooma Full haremetit 

SS „ $6800 

A Mnrtgaga fan Re Arrangext 
J D Gunn. O l|8i After Office Hntar* 


Let* riy tuiine n,o*alnv commanding nn# 
OI Vlcturl* • rnn*’ earellept •#<) 

mnuniaib *te»- FIVE *»'.-d imi rnnm* 
HARDWOOD EIjOORA full centen' ha»e. 
ment HOT W ATEP beating eyvtem Ik 
w»ar» win riwn»r leaving fnr the O'd 
Cnqntra hence except nMItf Inw prlre 
and pnitcMinn »y May II ent c r\ 
Erie# nnlv 50 I JU 


REAOTtEUL ESQtHV ALT-H 'WO DOWN 

Fouy-yeaf-Old, tnre*-bedrnnm %tu to 
b-irg* '■« a'tachrd garage eulnmvl* 
hot- water h*»' Ereneh '.«tr* frnm !'*- 
ing r»v»m •<> patio, good eQCAA 
location Full prtr* 57J \J\J 


FRASER BISCOE'S 


HIGH QUADRA 


A HUMBER LTD. 

ROAD STREET E I3»3. « I11J 


An tmmarqlate hewn* ettua'ed one 
of 'he ntreat *'reet» m Hlth Quadra 
Tkit* borne I* about .at* y**ra nld huill 
on a raneh-tvpe atvle Thrnugh-hall plan 
with a large living rm>m. dining teim, 
modern cahlnet kitchen with dlne«'* 
apece two good-*l*e bedroom* with hard- . 
wnnd floor* Full cement baaement with *•'••• 

HOT-WATER MEAT and rum mi* ronm 
•n th# berement Mirror In Ih# powder ' ' 1 ' . ----- - 
room and living room, plu* fKwtr carpet ® r n ** , 0,r,r 
In the hallway in be Included In the 

SPwe. $16,200 

For Appoimraknt to View, Can C Elford 
Rea. 0 8048 OT Bu# . 0*187 


t . . REVENUE 

End Street revenue 
payment vou net 
I* furniehed nKu 


A. BERNARD & CO. 
LTD , 


Seven-rnom home AND A GOOD ONE. 
on bu* line Full baaement. tuntam, 
• - r 1 All tn perfect onlt- 

U0R l 

with extra lot 

term* arranged 


LANGFORD ond COLWOOD 

81 008 Down # linnet n*w four-room 
curiae- full plwmbtnt city light, laiga 

lot gwwd awll )' — •— • • 

ford -entry 
Full price _ 

$4250“ ecrL 

Langford Lake 
•ecu pat urn 

f C 7r/x-Uv4l| modern four- room 
507 DU bungalow mi toev»ev lot in gong 
central location Large gerag*. nice gar- 
den Btgftabie term* can be arrange. 

Beaut If wl mndern and 
rwowtr, with one *rr* F'.e*. 


"FAIRFIELD DUPLEX" . 

Op a earner tot In thi* delightful and 
popular locality wp-and-down duplet. 
h.«*4» *e|f-f xniainrd and with orlvau klr- 
trance* ptrur-rwom suite up and >4 *# 
three-room aulte down TOLL BASE- 
MENT WITH AUTOMATIC BTOKFR. 
FIFED TORN ACE TO ALL ROOMS 

TermV** ^ $3950 

Mr Homer!}. E l HI. Hem. V 478# 


We have Inverimenl* in revenue nl irM 
and attartmenta ranging frnm 810 888 
lit 848 088 

OAK BAY 
EXTRA. SPECIAL 

F*»r the proteaatanal nr bu\t«e*e man. 
mef and we are nratid tn nffer thl* oeaulllutlv- 
. at>imlnted eight -eoum hum# rituaied "b 

$4950 oporuxlntalel • one acre of e*i| .and- 


OAK BAY 
3 BEDROOMS 

OAK THROUGHOUT 
FAVORABLE-TERMS 


$3250 


FAIRFIELD walking dUtanre flew- 
rooni cnUag* larga lot » . rnn 
A bargain at _ 54DUU 

ONLY It 3.M) DOWN, balance •• rent, 
the full price for thl* au-rnam collage, 
in good condition, Duroid J 


TAKE ADVANTAGE 


Ownera regret having to part wltn tneao 
lwo m* • homea (UGH GORGE Altrac- 
>nm stucca bungalow wirb 
full cement baaement nardwood Door*, 
lovaly aard*n lot Choice local two fac- 

X'TS*'*'" ... $9500 


"GORGE WATERFRONT" 

Overlooking the ahoherod Oorgc water* 
•mid • beautiful art ting af garden end 
tree* five-riaoaw modern Vice* bunga- 
low Orwciowa living and d'-xing 'npana. 
two wedro-nr.a elect rk kitchen 'our- 
ptece bathroom BAAEMENT HAH OIL 
O-MATIC FT7BRACE AND A I/3YELT 
EXTRA BEDROOM, Bwrhocu# pH m 


C#U Mr Rngte B 4113 Eve. B 4»44 

OIL-O-MATIC 
$4000 DOWN 
2 LOTS 

Spn-len fnur-rnnm 'hW-f»IMlj lliirfl 
W'tngainw Full high keiamrn. Drive-, n 
• •rag* Copper hot water ‘an# Wired 
fo - eioc'rlf rang# T*n minwe* dr|e# 
frerw town Oood bu eervK* 

Call MrWrater B 4113 E»m tlk MX 

DICKIE & CO REALTY ’ 

•11 FORT STREET EASY FA RHINO 

Day*. B 4113 NialtU IHM 

Member Real Ratal* Board «f Vwtart^ 


$9500 

room atm 

V 


$7500 

$1500 


MONET TALK 

THE CITY BROKERAGE 

REAL nrrATE— LOANS— INBtmANCE 

I8U Blanahard Street Phwaa O >0X3 


VERNON MARTIN 
& CO. LTD. 

IE! 841 Yato* #*rw«» 0 8117 

ambae RmI Mata Board of Vie I Of Wl 


HAWKES FOSTER 

LIMITED 


A S MILLER 

REAL BBT ATE FIRE AND AUTO 
INMIRAJ8CB 


MEHAREY & CO 

LTD. 


S J. GRANT 

T» 1 aland Highway. Langford Be. 
RM. Of floe. BaRRMI 1 78. HR 1111 


*1 HOUSES fob sale 

NEWSTEAD'S news 


Close Jn — City — S6500 

Ul ?.* ** this 

looking livo-rocm l % . rrt 

•" high dround. amd km 
" *, W, K •*** “ n room In oase- 


HOLSES FOR SAf.R 

TOWN & COUNTRY 
HOMES LIMITED 

Phon# B m« m3 Quadra MfM 

MOUNT VIEW DISTRiCT 

OiK->rif -cU) five-room tlurrt bungs- i 
}**• »o many of >uu rUvnt* ria*e ween* 
looting for Uii* «»pe of home. *wntr|) 

» arum, modern family-site cabinet 
Eltrheii did also a dining roam gxxl • 
fo®" 1 ,r “ 1 l *° bedrooms. 

, roll rentrni o or merit and d/tvr-m 
garage Pub pr.ke c , n crtr\ 

• »ltb reasonable term.. $ I U, DUU 
Contact Harold Ware 
Evening* U H41. or anytime B73T4' 


HOI FOR KALK 

P. R. BROWN 


HOLSES FOB SALE 


HOI SF.S FOR SAI F 


*1 HOt*ES FOB SALE i « HOLSES FOR SALE 


* BOMS LTD 
Ilia "broad Street 


KST 1100 

Plume a nil 


BOORMAN'S BROWN BROS. 


ano „„ inia hnme room and iwo DOrt rooms. 

,rLr* for half r«ah and* ruU ramrni t>a>em<-nl and dri<r-m 

"I Jf"!?, 0, L «•*:•>»« To v le.^pleaw g»rage Pull fjr># ra , « cr\n 

* « ae , "? n ,,,8 « « r «• '*' u, •««•* 510.500 

mXZnnT? •* * tl*4 or _ Contact Harold Ware 

' Belmont 1710 any time Evenings B 1441. or anytime H 7774" 

Ook Boy North EXCLUSIVE LISTING 

r 1455 WESIALL AVE 

*d m «eY" J8B*ro2?l I??* . tM ?* T rt? ' **»T»*«rMV4 f.v.-rvo* ytuecu »ut/j*i«o 

f .J’ 4 . ° u * ,f **'' Stcallenl tia* and auwoom . .,iK ..... rl i .n 'i.i.g 


L'.lod’“f 1 !.’.‘| , ‘.. 0, *r wall material* Basement arul drive-m . , -y r\f\ 

d.ep i,n , r ,, |./J° , *w h .rL ln W6*' 511,700 

£v,r.:i SS H * , » , w , &as- - 


MUM basement drlVeTn jSStthgTE 
S"S“ A"™'” MWrSir The belt 

**?P - f 0f m » n > mnnUia nha 

«o"ei'yT. «'•«. 


FAIR FIELD-GON2 ALES 
BEAUTIFUL HOME 


FERNWOOD 

•Close la Merc • h-„i :ran»iM,rl*U«n and 
shopping » a»l sunstniclrd stu ,u Uunga- 
In# with living i«vid kitchen, pantry, 
two bedrooms and bathroom Part ba»e- 
meni DQre-in garage Th" ff aQCrt 
la a rra. snap Price .. 

12.500 Down. Balance Arranged 
Call A M MHlar Evenings. G MM 

WILLOWS AREA 

Modern w|nit aiucr* Home of five 
-room*, tnrougn bail and tour -pin. a 
bathroom s.fualed two block* f »m 
vehftwl bearb and shopiting centra 
Hae large lot. full cement ba>ement aid 
mafu extra- • g Halt oouU wrbrd 


PTiSI wcie ^1 I , JUU 

Please call Mr Prank Burtnu Jr, 

K I Ml Evenings 

OAK BAY BARGAIN 


NEAR GOLF LINKS 
OAK BAY 

?.ib.* b? *owr end woa- 

hau-room home an a qu.ti atreet. offer- 
. yoUr ,M P* rt »n * veatfbula hall, 
nice living loom with «ak floor and ab 
open fireplace, kitchen with bnr to 
dlnt tte, two grand be-Jroor.i. Basement 
with drlve-m - garage and hitt-air piped 
furnare Pulle insulated .id wirerTfor 

elactric .sure a- i es r/\e\ 

Pub pr'ee 7termai $ I 0,500 

Svea a 004 


AGENCIES LTD. 

It» BUtNBIIARD ST Phones I |)ll - 4 
Member lUai BataU Board of Victoria! 

FAIRFIELD FAMILY HOME 

•1 bOO down This four-bedroom ‘ijin* 
Is in beautiful rendition a»d baa fuU 
high base merit with ndr drive and ra. 

Pub price 59 500 

SEAFRONT 


w-e-s-t-e-r-n 

HOMES LTD. 

«S1 TATW STREET B tlH 

Member Real Estate Board of Victor.. 


HAGAR'S 

HAGAR'S 


$ 1 500 DOWN $ 1 500 ^STINgT 

NAVY PERSONNEL^ gordon he ^° seafront 
STUCCO TEN M,LE P0,NT 


■I* OORDOh 11 KAO — Tbta mi 


Satin (Kolontct. Vkt«efc, i.c 

Sunday, April 12, |«j] * 

57 Homes FOB KALB 

financial 

•SURVEY LTD. 

o am 

Manner of Real lasata Board af Vk/torta 
111* OOVKRNWBNT CTREET 

triplex 


--3VU I 

NEAR THE SEA 
$2600 Down 


OR PRIVATE HOME SEH 

^ Iran* a through Hall large 

bench 20 acre, oark- wlih ftreplate and harnwnc 
like lands Bplendid modern It -room nut bedroom. three -nii-c 


,v« in Kequl- •eairariiag# and a uerfect garden^ 1 with suite- 7^ 

for Jau fa- , S ol, V ,,k3 SS ,,,,w « Mount Baker and Y ? U ' You h *’» n - 

»< living room)W?‘“ u lta modern rcssoeme na» a - S* 1 1 P lY -iK u "»”* appeal!: 
•>ud floors, two ,0 5 m »»*•« u'EH • (an f.re- JLaKlla2l w ‘-I , t -V. °* mor * •* 


1 1 Immediate Occuponcy 

J> I I.JUU lltM« or OPPERH TERMS 


,nl ' LJ '' ' _ J^UUUOwn Bplendid modern n,c. ^wnm."' " "tn^p^ Dmmg .^m ^ turniVu!. 

6 rooms — 1 floor ?ssf ^ »«».«.. s.*r 1 ;;r» , s' t 

4 YEARS OLD — TAXES $120 pn<* CQRnn I SJSL.- U ^i!5 4 “. m A n,,t ' r *!“• du * n •“*' oim ^^oom u,u l r . $13,000 


ONE OP THE U 
BEEN POR A 


Contact I V Saunders at K 7I»4 or avea P1VP-ROOM TTVCCO BL'NOA LOW Lie-' flBTTER^WMr A VF^AOE ROHMB 


J- B. Boorman avee 


and Hundavs, o a* : .| 


_ .... | fuur-p-.eee Pembroke SatnrBBih Pnll 

oracious ramily Home fhagemant i^rt* to »tth ti fruit tus* 

i a i r-\ 1 M b4 before vou buv 

in A I L/IStriCt Phone W Amo. O so0« Eves. BUM 

. . . . Anytime 

Iir/e ia lutgriog. being .• . ,. rT 

. Th * *•*»"« foam ant nrr. rOl WOOD Vi ACftP 

place la not oniv large hut he charm V.L/LVVUUU, '3 ALKt 

TiJa “rb huffe." - . r mi \ '" r .***• 5500 DOWN $500 


in* room with fireplace, dining mm THE ONE FLOOR with a through halO 
cabinet kl’.- hen two large bedroom Situated on a level lot with AN AT- 
| fuur-p ece Pembroke 8aflY88m Phil THA mVf LANDSCAPED O ARDEN 

r baaemenl l*rg* to: with 17 fruit trawa 1 lands va a. - h a u l, bus arid vhoptung r*u» 
'wee 'tits before you buv. an. npiuv etew A hard-in-Dnd home 


u buv an. oprui etew A hard-to-find home 

OtdOd: Eves. B 1114 r-imprlsing It-foot being room family - 
ytlme .ire dining room, cabinet kit.-hen has 


OAK BAY 

EXCEPTIONAL VALUE 
Three Bedrooms 


'^5* flf * iepBrB't iftrifr met of All ihM 'nr \k ,An * r %ilh BtiAified i a J- ?» ^ C* 1 O 

t9S00 d^r^rrAm B vi k 7n L ° r ? , h? «Oi* cooffii* C70CA tun # K W V flr * nn An,,,h,?r benroom 42m 13 ^ S 1 3»000 

sysoo “• ’•TZ.Z , n $7 J 250 fco'vssst %!SSL l ,"sry„s; m 


wnirn will <ompare In ' 
and beauty Will consider 
I sums Trade Price 


alue lorartnn 

$35,000 


SUBURBAN RETREAT 

OAK BAY GORDON HEAD 

THREE BEDROOMS — | * ono DOWN P“* te»*lp home ami property Is I 

■Kia .1 .. . ... f»r the irersun Inieresten in:.,. 


c.c J*. ,c garage Private i- 

ie. t r* 7 , V Pr i°* t lilrou kh well 

kept lawns A oartlrularly unlqua 0 rt.f»- 
• rty res.onabty ... ... H 

PRICED itlMI-Bi $2 I ,000 

TEN MILE POINT— Situated amid 

S212L * ur TJ unrt ‘he» With a southern e». 1 Si*. 


1. Ideal ‘ Ihrre .betlroom bun. 

mg off JJ{ natural grounds and five full well- 3 ail-O-klaiic hot-water heating 


HERE'S YOUR CHOICE 
OF 5 NEW HOMES 

iwoom. three. bed rovm bungalow 


oo 0U m.n fl 2° r * r ' ,hr " hedroo ns ^ , 5 800 ‘^MACULATE CONDITION ‘and well kluhfn with tile sink, three good- ‘ 00 * lM “ ,or Fu " P r,te 5 1 } 

n iTS. .I”"?'"' ''' "-‘n •«>■' Phone Mr Christensen mil r^T rm,r,i f,>r br,>f ,,l,n np » Ho* n.ny •»' '>»dr^m. fdur-plaee Pembroke bath- | 

2fc °.St un s « lansdowne heights 

r«x $85o down $850 ^ $10,980 ^&.s^^ , «i.gS. , sa; r ss5J2 ! n * BUNUAixjw ^ 

delay Pull prm> farms $12,600 SFAVlFW Mr M,lr, *e r O Till Eve E ia.4 Uoytl** tfAB»pbrtaU*n and ETANDU40 QUALITY AND DENION 


$850 DOWN $850 A-I deruu ' $ I 0,980 ConVrn.enUy "Z***™™ BUNGALOW OP OL-| - 

. A ^ Call Mr Hrlrher 0 1171. Kve- E t864 icT tf}VIV ' , tf*B»Pbrtglinn and 8TAND1NO QUALITY AND DENKIN 

Piiur-mom itur -a bungalow near E-quI- LOW DOWN PAYMENT QUICKLY Prlee $) 0,950 lB A] * ,L“ r ** fcw " UuU >' MLdkTAped 

malt Ugnnn L«»»ly large living r-.om WQUIMALT Three ru-dr.mmv .ivmg -JUkwns, «.rr. | tt 0 l ivedronm. 


can Tin sc lent inns ;v reeummend it a-> an .... ...... . . _ _ _ must ee beforr * \ r\ n,itr\ 

2i«*"S2f **/ ft '“ c 10 /.nn $850 DOWN $850 $10,980 

delay Pull price r'erms- 4> I 2,OUU C F AVIFW Mr Belrher 0 1171. Ever E 1844 

p L -w Puur-rnom s*u. ■» bunaaluw near Evqui- LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

KQncn I ype malt Lagrwvn u»#!y large living ruom EHQUIMALT — Three iwdMramv •ivmg 

.. . % *i*h ftreplare rabinet kitchen, twn giiad r«' 1 ™ UWilng ronm, kltrhen. ba«rment 

•"P" 1 "' 1 fio^e over- bvdrm.ni* and batli At'arhed garage furnare drive. in garace Comt.letrly 
T* * l!h ,,v * ‘•rate- rooms. If Tates 451 Balance 155 per month renovated Inside and out 
>ou appreciate a fully modern home with *ili . C -, AA l caa DOWN on eC scrv 

• n unsurpassed marine view, ywu will price $5700 5 I 5UU Pull Price of $5450 

.KU * A r,'* h . lf> *" «t 1 A Ann EXCLUSIVE URTINO OAKI.A S'lrn - Two or three begrnome 

7»rmi f | n^Ie'nVhf * l 1 5 I 4/4UU P »a*w Ph -ne Ken Bturgc 0 4201; living nmm. flreplare. cabinet VlTl"n. 

rerms to reliable party Eve., U ilia Ar.uime *i«-v*ar-otg- bungal-.w. t No basemmt 

11 ° Hey eve* 'oveoo nr — — *— - - Celliitg. tuakjatrd Oil rang* inrluden- a. 

W If McMah-m eves Alm*m 771 R nr N H A 4 'A % - 7 W,,T * n,, *»aU borne ft.r 

n>jas.ikss., XTlm SAVE APPROX J2000 $2000 SSTceS'., S6750 

Htqh Location ' ON INTEREST ,u “ 

This dandy llflle tais-vvar- ild afurra a DAV 

Television — Oak^ Bungalow cunsics of hrtgti- living room . vJARv DAY 

with open flreplare and dining rtmni FXFCUTIVF'^v HHMP 
We are please-l t* have ... esclus.ve nn '» nlww pa-lo full rablnef kit. fxnilJNO OP. AN MTATr ..... 

these two Uvely raneh-etyt. home- One eJl *" reiubrukn fialtortsom two hire bed- t3e n[M ‘* Tt: bfl f* K 

year old. W'de siding egterlor one i»o [»»* 0u»i« «n thr-iugh-hall plan w.th p/iro ^ou^ribn^t afford S* ivaellLt 

• hides of blue a,»d the ..'her glisten- ■momallr nil heating and au'umalir N,-« offered at Uie i.klna url.2 u * 

*"■ ***** The landscaping delightful n*< 52 700 DOWN and Umiithl*, « , Q OAA 

hand hewn rock walls twisted cement l*8»m»nta nf or.ly lie includes principal. , I 0,VUU 

walks, irtmmed Roman tile uatio low )"lcre« end tase* gives yau tfulck pot- BUILT RY A CONTRACTOR POR H1M- 
•weeiiing line* full piale-gi a >» wm-Jows »c*Tlon with full pri- e e nc r\r\ 11 year* agi, nf the 'inc*i 

Mreeeeway la large altarhed gars.ct nnly iVjUU ^•’Prlwl* when lh» best was available. 

Basement* hm-atr fnrnar-' Oil-O-Marf, Pleas# Call George coste Sunday and L"'!- *«**F'-iuorn is 

a r condltinrilng One rise rooms the Kvenliigs. II 88*0: Arvtimr. B 7174 PACKED EL LL OP VALUE. 30-f.int i'v- 

e^her *18 Tlittc bgdfuPfUA U< .rvg l»g|f .f i U ^ W T ii fil f. ssom U.\K 


- R Hae net errs , K uoj 

BEAUTIFUL 
QUALITY HOME 
High Location 
Why Build? 


8TANDINO QUALITY AND DEEICIN With 'clear "lie $9450 

f 4,1 *» • beautifully Undtraped 

bedroom* aii^'den^'unfir'itiTtd ’ * umw $1500 DOWN 

roam with fireplace. This must be . ern V Y V I >i 

'AJT^Tw&f $16,000 FAIRFIELD 

Near Veterons' Hospitol ^veD^condiuwT'"^^*? 1 fo7 0 T'mij" 

" r "Vdlre Pembroke b«th. new plumbing. 
Modern ranrh typo bungalow ul *•■ h*»cmcnt drive. in gaugr *nd furnace., 


srocc, ? * four-room roimis .PLUB. Pull boaement * ^t»U» inaulatesl 

*“ " *• 13 T ** r ‘ n ** f'uUV mod- w,th r * ,r » rotim end Olf-O-Matic beat. , Built i, u . 

& SF 1 : « ?«•" ^ ^/-'iurrsi J- 2! :ir 

gs* K^s.:; tr — - f 3S S pr,f * s 1 2,000 

S5f WSST rtT $M,700 m « Braiihwaiie 0.50* He B '445 

ber^Bmv Ofiu.Hm: ^ ^ n^t f To th V, 


-room*, iarac hit. tnvpgr garige" 
Insulated Terras 12 000 +~ricr\ 

down Pull price $7750 

Please ask for Mr Gaunt or Mr Clarke 
evening* p hnne ILS37J 


-Wvw. one will sc-1, In a hurrj f7A r« 
SO rail how Pun price 5/7 DU 
Bran Evan*. B 1557 Eve* O 87*4 


£ ■J&fteJS"’ 1 "*. 

Mr OTool# »vr(iti*|« E 9J4** 

OAK BAY 
THREE BEDROOMS 
AUTOMATIC OIL 
DELIGHTFUL GARDEN 
Near Sea With View of 
Mountains 


EXECUTIVE'S HOME 


WN still auiulhiy - 
Includes principal. 


ncludes principal, $18,900 . ONADT TI4ir~PrxxiRB THROUGHOUT n . oaJ1 ' Cl “** l « »U*te* Posi 

vr* yau tfulck pot- f ff**T «Y A CONTRACTOR POR HIM- M -dern rab.nei kitchen with bar Base. ‘‘BurcHo* etc Main House naa 


$2000 DOWN 
1122 LYALL ST. 

(Exclusive Listing) 


-IMPRESSIVE HOME 
AND INCOME 

PAIHPIELD DISTRICT 
BOULEVARDED BTREET 

(vnovated. new wiring Mint- 
ou, • ,our l,r «' room* for 
fhrel u, d iI£L WM * (> *' h main fi.m. 
twree large rooms and Ihree-niere bath 
up rented at 111 u,r UTOnlh Oaner 
terms ** U of poor health ttnod 

Pul! prtr# $10,500 

« W Anderson. Q »m Res . n gg|7 


•tQnnn novA/M ,n * ,u •****»* two-iot *. r . 

SOOKE AND WATERFRONT DUPLEX-BEACH DRIVE 

» M 5Sr ,,MK. MBS; Revenue 1 1 22 LYALL ST. million dollar view 

YW»m N aa wi™ E o“n M VTrp- "r" 100 (Exclusive Listing) \'£ ^uhW^th'VJu.rn^. A ,r “"- •^-«*y-s.de duu.e, o«„ 

... se.nnd bedroom- PIRBT^^J^ VTauS. | Te»-,..rM,M .hue .,dln. uuiTgaU. ^ ^ 

ih urc he* etc. Main nuu^ naa ,.,ur «-Jv two * U *"* -j «nd a r,,^ ^ .IV* 1 


Evening*. U BUM Ai-UUne 


TT »*hg be II Hr.' -grade u* s floors CCC TWIC Cf^D \/ A I f|C T >l‘! | ^UiM | dT rn -sv * si Af R.-> T;” h >wn 4 11 

•hinder! liirough halls, roved cviiiiigs jtt. Irilj rUK VALUt l*-fooi Ojaslcr betlroom i|ir u*e>. lB'5 i I I 

hulll in ttookratrs ftreptare* Pino, $1500 Down 0,h *» «°°«* hedrnnm*. isige BUn Cornish eves . K 5811 

area* of 1M square feet and ] Mm ri ii i nn i/-r rye r\r\ wired kitchen with dinette, and fosible 

•ouare feei re.prrtirri, Bedrrom* large FULL PRICE $6500 P*'» high lined c*«em _ 

and very farae kitchen, all electric Many Three or four bedrwoma Using room i _ um btB JL- •wj v h- 1400 SQ FT. 

Ino*"?" 1 * ^ 18 breatfiUfc. kitchen with died walla balhroum All L»N norVpr??^ ns n < 7VL R **? i . 0 ru, -LY V 

Ine fwo rufUent. buv* la*e Mill way rooms nn on* Door Pull Usumsh' ih. O ARDEN with man* af FOUI RAY ROAn )M . 

NHA mortgages of ^ .m Urge cot with fruit treat We gn-.w mis Jl* rou oVI h . , T,,mi •»«"»«• rUUL DAT KUAL3 Jf'®* 

•Mim ali(L |4 100 512,200 " "wrlsl Value T Hunk... n l-i P 'T , * r A a. r „ , -j- . .. ' 

run price. ^ _ ___ Pleas* Ask for Mr chrui#na*n. e #*a4 r H ‘ ,n * ln ° 7 ** 1 - ***»i»'*»- i8 y Near beo ond Transportation 

• Bd 'In need, n b $15,500 «»** B 7278 An, ..me ““ — — ..tractive fl.e-room stucco b..w..- 

Ib»pertion by appointment n . ^ p » w DAorAlkJ A M Tnvinr ^niffnl inw OU-O-MaMe hot-air heat 

Crn'act 1 V Raumlart •• g 1114. or me* U A K BAY BARGAIN • UyiOT jpilTQI I rouf uak flonr* Living room 

and Sundays. G 445! RBVEhUE-flw.room nunaaiow in rood JL C « I auest-stev dining roum, two bed 


; Please ask for A D Brownvey Call me 
at Book* 75Q cillert over the week 
end. or lake a drive nut to Sook* ,u..i 


'll* "REVENUE — LAKE HILL" 3206 SHELBOURNE STREET wT’ms'b 

of Sooke "S2000 Down - $2000 Down" IDEAL FAMILY HOME ‘ 


OAK BAY BARGAIN 

RBVEhUK— Bts-rnom ounaalow in tood 
rundttinn Three-ruom suit# with kit - 
_ eheoetU. now ranted fur 4W) per month. 

Nursing Home-* Three rooms for owner Piped furna.e 

Guest House 3 Pun dhc# ~ $5500 t»« 

• _ ^ Peui Apostoft. A teei Evening or 

Apartment Conversion? bwb anytime. 

Auto Court? LANSDOWNE DISTRICT ^ 

■nlld Tudor style house and I*s arro* 5 ROOMS STUCCO 

High Quadra II room*, three bathrooms — aisb 

hr.'-»*r#r hrailnv fn Ptr^n#of rondl* *“ w lhr#4- ittr-old bunf»}uw l*#* r 


A. M Taylor Spittal 

& Co Ltd 

Another Duplex' 1 

The l*M * > rci c,u|c.|y thU 

Trn-rooms<l older - lypr solidly -built 
Iiudic nn large pier* of ground with 

view* nt «nd i>.y,"fccc» Two sum- 

Ple'e suite* an the ground floor with 
private entrance- two bedrooms up. and 
a la'r* aefl-fi, wired a"ic now useu a* 
a rcjtnpu. „ r c *,c, l0 ani Well healed 
wish ho- -air tual tsoker Three-car ga 
rage Within a tew minute* walk of 


Most attractive (tve-room stucco bung*- 
!"*. OU-O-Maiie hot-air heat Durci.l 


52000 CASH 


TTiree bedroom* lltdng room with fire- 
pisee and tun roam, modern kitchen 


IDEAL FAMILY HOME 
FOUR BEDROOMS - 
TWO BATHROOMS 


r itz: ,^,jrtexst ranch-style bungalow two bathrooms 

hot-water.heat jra-sici^ s? asasssaw-aa modern 

Garage In basement Bmall well-kept , , li;ir. l ?, d .i, h . / ,r f “ rt,,c, 1 Lerg# lot. , WITH PUIX NION CTWCNT B ABE 

garden* surround 'his Ideal home f»"c ?rer* aid on a street of nurotJ *,»' I *' •"'I Ismail fruit* Nr* MENT AN EXCELLENT GARDEN PAIPPICI 

Bhuwn iv appointment h V“ w *! n *" r ,h * M> * Living evom ‘‘Igh ART1BTICALLY I.A.NUdc-APED MAIN ' “ IKrltLU 

oniv Price $ 3,650 »*«*••»» tlrepla.* dinette spa*. M «d «-'» n 'lo»o *nd ITT fU«)R I LAB Entrance hall lfvm. 

r r ,T h '“»/*« PMtiE P*«lo. -nod -rn m 7' h ' '"'•Itrf.ng t.«*. t70nn room, mil wlffT opre fireplace ro^ 52SHO HOXA/M 

kll' hen wired (or range. f..ue-Mer# Prir. 5/yUU necing dining room UklJ randero >^OUU DOWN 

• vet Ind rt! , n hr “ 0 ^ , .Sir!* •■rdroom* rr Phona r iff Green O 430# Office n 2157 k,,r *fr n ,m , »"« r •Hh MUST SELL -Or**' value 

jaund* y** , ubs " an u* atTarhed R. S N ° ,,B ‘ n T,M " ,hw ,,,17S ?iVJ7 %?,' 

‘?522L..tei r *p*r- 


inttiY hV.t r"'” h1 ’ ry!| 

*»niw%ir h*At Nice groacMlfl # *-* , - « 

Price .terms. $9400 

P O Williams O UBI Re, q MSI 

$1200 DOWN 
REVENUE 

T 11 * ,*• •*’ '*t*-»hd-duwn duple* In so 

maJe* n i«o 0< i? tltm 'o save 

money irod h.ee , ioo ^ h „ m , , , h „ 

bJmeSt ‘ m, "" h UP; •'« rrflm '» 
Pull price .. .. $9400 

Roy Hlilf. O IMS Ret I 8818 


J Harrington, eves . i ini 

GORDON HEAD 
SEA VIEW ond 


Prenrh door* to pretty patio, mod -rn !!* r Including takes 

kitc hen wired for range. fuue-Met* “ uJ * P r 'ce . 


i and 177 FLOOR If AA Entrp 

«7Qnn !».»»!■ »»lh opfn ‘flre‘Vit,e 'Voi^ 

J/7UU nrr Ing dining r*om UilJ. modern 


hail. ^ living 
rplaee. con- 
11. modern 


heattnjf plant Venetian hlind* through- 

iron Plenty of rorun Tor e«pan7| 0 nI'V;,n- T Uvtn f,- r !!® m . " 18 fr-t roin and 'c7.I.e't u "’ U i gnd'-ror *T“ UnS' " a lj . , r ,, _ .. . , „ a* ■** '!*,'■ , * WB * • Bd " 

"•„; s ™ a ho« 0 i G oid«n Doffod.u- $9500 51500 D0WN s'500 

K,«,:as,'si. w ...,i. 16 ' 800 ijrjstjsz ,xisz TaraLK tsr 4 R0 °^ bungalow 

w Bailey at EiVas Ir V. w„v.s ^ r< w four- piec* Pembroke 5NAP Home ond Revenue 4,1 “fLUBIYE PART OP GORDON 2 ’4 ACRES 

B.I.P, .1 E7I84 ur Eve, KIMS «^room < uU cemen t b.vgmeo. - Hh ? Hntiuc cm Ui HEAD The eitertor la part cedar ildlng 4 

r7V«K f H fu,n4r w * n room*, nn- * nOUSeS OIT Une Lot sod part siuc'u with **p*nm* brlrk DCT|DCn /*FN| iryi rf Pour-room stucco bungalow In t^nyford 

kln./rrc es^*,-.. rumpus roam with ircola.* Revenue $85 Per Month niaritmg bo* • cross the front and at the KtllKED COUPLES tfl 1 ®*'® 0 * wA Mtfmm* four 


*v uai,ey at E 71 84 ur Eves KIMS bathroom, full ertnent baswmebt allh i .j 

■nn -air furnare pitted to all rooms; bn- * n< 

finished fumnus room with Mrcola-* Reven 

NEWSTEAD REALTY. LTD KW *1000 

744 POUT BTREET B 1(84 ,,,,,, Q p^ ,, h 5'U,»J5U One llfitia* 


BRAND NEW 
$ 1 500 DOWN S 1 500 
4-ROOM BUNGALOW 
2'.ri ACRES 


T»o largw bed- age ' 


rive-year -old 

Tlitough hai). 

space rang* 
drive-in gar- 


TIME AOVERTHIEn 
EXCT.uniyK UBTINO 

■ sms-si 


»MP PIRBT 

$ 10.950 


CIAL $8400 

*• PB'nck O 8HH ret., | HR) 


Revenue S85 Per Month ■••"tmg lm acrot* the front and 

^ 1 nnn i*„,l va/ ii lj ji oerch W!U# entrance hall with Planting 

>IUUU Lash Will Handle »“•'* n«*r to open htairweu. 

one no use nt seven ro-.ms ub.'atrt 3°-POOT LIVING ROOM with Roman 
rented at iu Three room* downstairs Ul* firepiar# and bum-in book ahcives. 


P'»a*e phone Jerk .larkson 
Evenings 0 11** or H 7J74 amt. me 


FIVE YEARS OLD 


janer alio , 4-room bungalow rf !“ 1 “f room with gists door In Are you looking for a nice cosy four- ,r " 1 ' ■* 


piece Pembroke baihnnim lerge cabinet 
kf'rhen a-tached garage Tw« and tme- 
guarier acres of ground. 11500 down 
and 154 per month .-.n rn 


Por full particulars contact V. H Knot 
Eves , E 1111 

Langford 

ge cabinet OAK BAY 

. and one- 

u “ w ” ^ BEDROOMS AND DEN 

5/ 25U Naar Windsor Park, schools ana ih# 


KING REALTY 

I13J Government S'. reel _ 

RESORT 


REAL ESTATE AND 
INSURANCE 
McCANDLESS REALTY 

•34 FORT ETRFrr E gill 

HIGH QUADRA BUY 
Modern, $3500 

Rsiidlai 4S roam*, siucco. large Id!, 
I*wtt* and rockeries Auiomaiir r,»*l 
ainkar. Pour year- old Oak floors 
Fireplace, roved retlings. *■ t cr\r\ 
Venetian blind, 2 I U< DUU 

SECLUSION _ V* ACRE 
Modern 5fucco 

Situated 3' a-mite.r Crete Lovely four- 


52500 


Pii-fn..in bungalow, tnree year* old i 
Hying room with flrcDlate. de. inc „ 
cabinet kltrhen dining room Ulilny, y 
fd'lt piece Pembrnke bath, aiirotnuie s 
oil heat Beparale gat age close in r 

Ralanc* a* raasonable rent Tsir* (log r 

K, $9450 S 

Please phon* Km Sturgeon. « 

Eienlugs O 43A3. B 12*4 ar.yttma | 

HIGH QUADRA 
Excellent Family Home 

Living (O'.lll allh flienlact d.l.lila . ICHfl 

kitchen pantry two bedrooms, hn'h 
and separate 'ollet down, two l.-d- « 
n«vm* anil tlnk up Full bright «.<•• 


lure window* overlooking srrlnded n* * three lar»# i«i* wim eff - T,M>m k 

f.v,r ;ar^^rsWSNNr , ;f. il?" HSr&S^' ^Sri -f 

pnc h e r .f so* A h " n> ' $8950 tm jn,r * J 100 T — 

Irerm, arranged r,,„ prk , $ 1 0. 7 50 v'^SfaeS* TtI?. TlT 

WILKINSON ROAD WZi'ZJZrTnV” WjU 

6 Lois — High Locotion - CITY A, M Tayl 

With fine views, older-tvpe C *an fm.r- C7o*e Ip. (our- roum sluern bungalow all o /- 

rnum hicnga'iiw t iranloc. -hre* pi, * >n vnolleis cnttdMlon Two lie.lrnoms fir - Or V_0 

bslbroom cabinet kitchen CM** to stores >"■ M‘'«" •"*■ kl'chen Unit m *•,- » nm tv 

gticj ova Piulis wr ell - vise* Half .ash and fruit frees, do** to tranaour- *' n, ' r, xi» RTiirrr 
handley Owner fearing *■ , r\r\f\ '• t 'd« Pull price tre^ert 

Price or near offer i.OUUU •* -- «. 55250 

With Reaminahl# Teitri . , 

CITY — 52300 DOWN CoB " el o’.'^m, • ,MI - STEWART CL 


ment wifh laundry tup# eiertrl* liol- O»h' r ou» NHA fj>* n Available 

water tank and drlve-ln carag, pmiw I* Desired 

INPULATEn and REftFCORATYn Tite 1 8 BfiCNian Eves or Weekends, B J0I4 
bargain pnit-E .with tfQ7crv 

Pi:.;, cljt n Very Nr.dem.n Beimnn. W SIDE-BY-SlDE DUPLEX 

CITY— HIGH UP WAI I/Itvir niCTAKirc 

WITH VIEWS WALKING DISTANCE 

* PLUS RAH KM ENT 4UIT* P lvr **'ra large rooms each side, ha* 

ONLY 84 570 ABOUT HALE CASH gleaming «*k floor*, open fireplace, sep- 
npieaoid bungalow rompri.ing nun* •»•>* dining room* r*(enet kitchen, 
m- cm flreplare -w.-i Icedrnnm ti*"i- Pembroke bathroom, two T»ln-U*c bwi- 


LOW DOWN 
PAYMENT 
THREE BEDROOMS 


STUCCO BUNGALOW 
WITH BASEMENT SUITE 

Let the revenue from this tcsemcrcl Yuli* 
ne* VOUr «ay and live in • modern 
intlf-runm. w.c-be .i-aooi bungalow uni* 
mui V»ari old In * very nire lorsllun 


(Viooern ifucco rS^.^Snd^iek up PujT ’ir,* 1 ?! t nTJ* 4 «5° M8 PLUS I.ABEMENT 4UIT* five eg'ra large room, g.ch side, ha* rksmnnl^ ,?L,l ,OVf ' r ,N 0000 ."If **'* Thu V4M 

•itualed J'v-mue-.ircle U,vel* four- n,< m Jnn aulurnaUc oil **hnf ' iaier a ? WL ,T. M,M ABOUT HALE CASH k>amlng nak fltwtrs. open flreplare .ep- TOB*AMn >, n-r«»w2* B . T 0 8 fltOOJ44. ' * •' • <10^00 

room bungalow wuti hot wate. heati., ( neaifng - nit lUparat# aarae* T»nl *' ,|rBd "t b -n*al«w rampn-mi living •»•'» dining rooms -aHlnet kitchen. Si,* A5? 8TORKa Asking t.rlce w.th $OjUU 

l^rga hying room with floor-lM.tlh ph- weV taiLt ^uh « - JII 2'. r ' pl *' T !*". ba".- Pembroke bathroom, two T»ln-a»w bwi- 1* ' h 11 000 °' > * n 


■« tbre# large M* WIUI gaydem-Vbw.ro IlTI " bre* cabinet kltrhen w.-n dtmng rr -ms Pull oasemant with plpad fur- 

rlc M frelt rJw**T Vr A ho.£ .£i SE!!?* .f-b. HU high base- n*.. and aarage Kilrhen ran*# in- P»'a*e a.k 

It- nous* Rarrlflr* ^ be^ute of Ulnroi T.in a.SP* d ,v,rf ‘* r ' ••••-ro-vm suite eluded On* of the finest rTose-in 

A Down , 1 son fiy« r.,‘ly «Men “7.-r.'' <0r Vr..n MrM4 w f ' rT >«•»'«*• “•"» dupte.es 

U IKK) 1 . f. .. r? I»*>"* .'.rubs f.vckr-..- *.c nnne at nave teen can compare with * 

Pun HO 7 •“* e>*»e «« •! con- 'hi* war 


WATERFRONT SACRIFICE f T.;,.r,iS E&«7iWt 

~ _ !•* 12 with view windows two bedrooms at only 

8 h. r4 . i ,,wn 'f4 tr * >*Vin< the country Tour-plere Pembroke bathroom modern M v . JJOOU 

rue D r~ i At., rs. ..»•* il'Ii/ ' ll , h cabinet kitchen wired for range e>rtri* M KlBg^#*** . mm 

I HE BC LAND !•*-■••. *r heating, full basement with hot water TFRMff PRICE n.fItr>rwT) 

LnNW iMtrhelor* suit* U offered fully fur- BY i»0O FtTA QUICK . g I o AA nn..,-. 

INVESTMENT AOENCT LTD. " uh#r - M"tr-tl»an -averagw furnilure. SALE TO <Rtg)gc $6850 $ * 800 DOWN 

ir Mth Year fa Real Eat.ui " 0 7 * »'«*/- tf 1 1 .AAO V H Kro, «* n ,M. Ejgll ^ T AiY QAV 


REALLY OOOn BUT FOR THIS 
AREA 

P'vr full Information Please call* 

J D O'Toole. Eve* E 1)40 
John Marcormic. Eves . H 41*4 


4-ROOM BUNGALOW 
All Hardwood Floors 
Aufomotic Heafmg 


North Quadra district uffer* this olose- 

P . , * P# T 1 1 •*' h ' arr * he°* 

trTe“ I Ml Ss! K j< fruit 

»'»#• 1 .200 strawberries and raspberries 

4 -I*'*" •' •» P*r man'll 

reduced 11,4 *° huy t < ih# 

of $11,700 

Mr Ring Eves n (84* 

CAFE —TERMS 


» pr,r a 5 I U, » jU vepleoee* Th'» 

l lease phon# Ken Blurgeon. even.ng- pru-e *•' n-.lcb.s 
n 42P3. anytime n 177* Call M A ramp- 

• CITY AMT 


ms use *n* h i » tircle rinse to ai| con- 'hi 
venienee, ir>i i* is a map at this low *t 


II M A Pampnett home phone g 41*1 

A M Taylor Spittal 
& Co Ltd. 


$15,990 

McDonald, eves B 1541 


Boormon Investment 
Co Ltd. 

411 VIEW ETREET E 1134 


THE BC. LAND 


CITY — 52300 DOWN 
Handyman’s Special 

Eight room*, hlesl fur duple* uig Snlld 
foundation and new Durncd rnnr Mivt- 
W A TER HEATING; part baaemroi 1 

onod lot ecoon 

Near offer $5800 


REVENUE 
HIGH QUADRA 
52000 DOWN 


STEWART CLARK & CO. 

G 1011 - 'G 03 1 7 


ROYAL OAK 

* 1, ‘ 4 * * Brand b#w stucco bungalow situated 
on high ground with lave.y news. Bn .- 
inlrd erre of land. Conlait-a ;ive nire 

room* Living room 13*18. full-tig# di M - 

!°* f*° n »- 1*0 bedroom*, one uf them 


pv."' "7- . $11,600 

Term* fan De Arranged 

»l * Otwsd an Give m* s Call O am 
B 7*ai. Mr. Helts 

CHARM COMFORT 
Economy 


Tomar $6850 

V If Kmv tunings, 'K '38)1 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
WATERFRONTAGE 


Very well-built eight-room house with 

S I ftflfi nnWM ,u " "*" ,nt ‘••••’ment PIV# r.M>ma and 

I OUU DUWIN "inpotc-h on main fltwir. three- rn, in, suit# 

A very gnevt slue n bungalust of seven ?*V* ***l?f 1 “ p AulcmatM hni 

roam* Plve nn main floor and two bv J A n '* r,r,n * Lars* lot gar- 

m»nc» alert stairraar n.-unmi fur i- * ■* n,r **' t70Hn 

^irM for r Ir • » r Ir »•»»! lr 4r|mra * fur* WH* ) / / UU 

age ltaiai.ee »v» uer m..n«h » , , r\r\ _PI»a»* ron'a-t O-orv* t'u * 

Price 56600 **'*• n aa»a or h in« ansiime 

HAULTAIN DISTRICT OAK BAY— FAMILY HOME 

3 Yeors Old 52000 DOWN— 58500 

This I* an al.rgeiiyg *tsi, • o but gala* T?' 4 ,^!!*. ‘ •* 

wi'h four gcu.d r.uims ft |g i.uated ^ r P'lrr > nni» be- 
an {girls nigh ground with » /nnn The »*i„e 

niitliuik rp.n. SnVClfl n lY,t * Could b* nfrrjiFEil Me. ) 

famUTOM 50 UU .ianti.IJs r by a minimum of ^ -rat, n * 

' It has double new plumbing wifp >n,. 

uu, rwstwv «« nAn— “*» Pemn**ke balhronro down ( »se *n 

1. VH) DOWN. BIX ROOMS — THREE alnres srhool and bus and wl'h low 

bedroom* and bathroom tin Basemen! tasrs Remember the lull . nrftrt 
and furnace Very clean and neat Dr(l , _, v CD^Qn 

s 5 "'V'..”,.r , Th,. 

r ' lr * Ed Hick* E JIM or B 7274 anvtlme. | 


limit DOWN OAKLANDR-A LOVELY 
4'i-r«wsm modern bungalow C/TAft 
c om to stares and bus Price JO/UU 


GOOD FAMILY HOME 
Near Jubilee Hospital 
$2000 Down or Offers 


*3 30* DOWN - - 4 '4 -ROOM BUROAI^iW , UOWH Or UftCrS 

Tdeel fnr couple nose to gcnc/l nV * ROOM ' 4 P'»* unfmuned ui.etalrv 
•bonptng renfre Prlre iDYDU ' v 1 ’ 1 ■••‘•ment hot-air piped furnace 

Esenins, rail Ur Ollnh.n. O .rr. J™ ' 0,,d , * m "* bfl » 4 • ***' 
Mi*. Blorey. 1 4 *’* Mr * Mccandl*** Mr Christen. en. r a *-»d Ks e* or 

OMM E 1271 Anytime ' 7 

_____ m f i 

FAIRFIELD— FAMILY HOME 
This Must Be Sold 51500 DOWN 

Reduced for Quick Sole , ‘^‘en.‘ n S.iK' KT n eiT ^ 

•* REVENUE PROPERTIES SS K» Jit? Umi ' f $7650 

OAk RAY Please enntart 

_ ____ _ D/ ^ T Ed Hicks. E 3380 or B 7)7# 

THREE - APARTMENT PROPERTY 
RefT-contalne,' One-'hlrd acre Resar 


Neff -contained One-'hlrd acra Resanu* 

*l#0 per manlh TMt Is an opcmrtunUf . 

r^h anmscm. CnnsMeratian give-, for HOLLYWOOD CRESCENT 

Pur# _ ... _ $ 1 2,000 

A modern I'ucro bunfa'.ia 

JAMES BAY DUPLEX T"* •“**"'* •* 

has.se doable plumb- r,K,n, * ,U ‘ 

In* Big roams for owner, tlsasl repa.r ,to °f »'f»place. 

Pull hsssnmi Purnar* Good ssrden Two goad bedroom* and bathroom 

Terms* $7500 K “ rh '" •" d d,nW! * 

Plea as a.k for Mr Rem-.y V * rr ** *»'*** »Mh flalshed r^m 


N HA 

4’6% MORTGAGE 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
LAKE VIEW— 1 ACRE 

Almnst n«« egeepHonaja ,»i| 
buff IIII'IS bungalow |a-toat 
ll> mg fbom. flrcpl* e r*,c,|)*' 
k tr-irn *|'fi dining n«ak '•,» 
bedrassfsis and four-piere oa'h- 
rosim full iiase'„a|M wl'h eslra 
plumbing, piped hot -air be*- 

' " $9500 

Owner might 'upslder around 
13 OWi ,!■■• n 

ANOTHER NHA. 
JUST COMPLETED 
$2850 Co^h Hondles 

1 340 sgware feet, on hn<-«ai*r 
rs-iiant he*-, through nan pi* n 
■••|e living room L snap* to 
■icning rcaim cabtnei kitchen 
three bedrooms utility rnnni 
•lorage room p»f|o. ,*r pari! 
mosa right In 18 140 N H 4 
morigaga •; hum pei moniii, 

»:;■ ' $ 1 1 .950 

Real Mate Mongagg* 

- —* locjrancg 

3U Yarrow <Psiisberlon> Bldg 

Eseniny, M* 4 Broke, fillld 
Mr Cuslanre. * 7430 


THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 


GILLESPIE, HART 
& COMPANY LTD. 

Ml FORT BT O ltl 

GONZALES. NEAR SEA 


A romfortable flve-ruum bur 
saundlv built and of ne*i appe* 


A INVESTMENT AOENCT LTD. nlsher ne'ier-llian average furniture. HALE TO i||g)|, $6850 $1800 DOWN 

•Our Mth Tear fa Real Eat.tai '7 * nd ’' , " ( > u * »'•*/- J] 1,600 V " Krn * ^.nfi, *< 3831 ~ t , OAK BAY 

. — Term* Can De Arranged 

ROYAL OAK " • T ° ,m SHAWNIGAN LAKE -TKS W"a£;%t5S , - t c:a 

?n*h d h"*’ *L 0re * bungsiow utuatad WATERFRONTAGE •ro' 1 *''* d ,0 » '•••■• Xia'nius 

CHARM COMFORT » KcaSf »Sg 'rT.^ “^'oro 

rnoms Uvmg room 13.18 full-uat dm- c , «aiden , e tm a beautifully well freed. onl » full prln 5lU,VDU 

I i«*a.I?°?L 1W .^ b ^ r *” n *- 0D4 ‘ wf economy I ibeu’.«!T , L. P K' >P *4^ r * 1,h • Br»y*t*,WlUl If MO die bn b* Ian re al 1 104 Mt 

sWuJTm'kl *a ^ ^ f MTf . room sssskm"^ c .„ zt'I r lu T' sr-* 

iisr $ 2 (xx) r‘- .r» sw " #7n 

4> UUVJ Toimie among other besuiiful homes kitchen and THREE H ED RODIM fZas LJIF~lj nniorc. 

:•* '"HH. endosed t>a se m » I, -*w 1 1 h» ',rk s b ow*ndaSom**|r HIGH QUADRA 

PDriCDCCT I Ai/r stairway f« unfinished room. Pull high oil heauna i.iani n«.t Kn.?.. i.HJ, ' -e 

PROSPECT LAKE u.Tr'"* ektra niumbiag Oil-6- ,f„, Indpnroro r ???, ‘ae ^ I?*', 1 a*' 11,1 Y "* MreM H . 

gr^asrf ■ • V°.500 » ■ ■ rs&fel 

\»r' private and secluded Jde* »„r V f Ul Por fur.hrr .... . . •"•» priced *• $6300 


'oV’ne.T' F^unirv .Stale nr dut, prop»n‘v Pnrod 

„ - n f heal appearance very reasonably 

Es Vllerll hs semen 1 with tub* and rapper „ $/f|SOO 

Dell-. Mu' Sir fun,*,* Piped 10 a, I roam. P,..w C* Mr C R V n * 

V.rv flrty small garden and lepa.a'e ,, ' Hr < R V nsg.hdNe 

vsrage T**#g nsdar IBO *' r b»r* In sh# Ru-lnes* 

ffire oniv $7350 

'“"jss? ssrsrua"'' Y °u would buy 


• wrung. P 8140 


ClSlsulU MW 


3$ Years in sh# Ruslnv 


COLWOOD 


Pflrv tmlv i/JDU 

Pies*# all M|i« Bleak net O 1141 after 
i*ff|<# hnurg n »$»3 


Thl* manning white *tu rrn bungalow 

N*% rn I litlrifl fUMRt ilir.tr.H rwwvn. 


3 BEDROOMS Jy*.« *« W’,fa ZSTX* 

CEDAR HILL j^'h* ^ C '"' 

Here ft good value A very nice #|ghi- *P“ f»«i?F dUUmi 'room Vll-‘ . $735< 

year-old sluern semi -bungalow Quest-' **••*> *°r elaesrir range, three r ' p a** Cnrca-T Out- Ae»mm,r o »S| 

sir* dtnrn* room and one bestroom down hire bedroom* fnr twn and a den, E *344 

end two good-*, ted bedroom* up rnlllL 1 ?. <WFF S»ay lo drive-tn garage In 

irrmenl bs-ement with drtve-m garage h *iT7I* n ' ? ,!h hot-air pi;^7 fur- ror\a.'-r ss.rr w-. ..e- 

»"lsm*:ir nil hot-air beating fn r rtn J“TV M,If r ** h « (qqca DON T MISS TH S 

Good term* $9500 Pl,e '‘ 4 *' t,, tw " ,0 " •* - $9950 


hnme , i" 1 ’. r n.» h, !l*!. -Iu ,U r M " '"V '.ertroom. Pembroke' 'bwro'r ^m’ 


_ $7350 

Pleesw Otrca-T O'Tv Hppmmsr 0 8’tt 
E e 104 


rail M' Leaver. O I ltl or wfier hour* 

^ , V Wl 

TUDOR-TYPE HOME 

A <P*' I'M" Pr-.u*nre end through hall 


134 ACRES OF BEAUTY i*» e'y five-»e#r *r U rco twn-b»draam 

...... . bn. g.lo. Tiled ba'hroom four large 

In ground# roam# Plus rumpus room and »vira bed 

irort^ve rouv 0 ,^" A 4,rT •«* T ^ m J 1 ' Bipmt furnace St- 

lhat iV lirrr 'wra-rwa ’'« l i 4f, «* ‘•'SV# goes with 


DON'T MISS THIS 
52500 DOWN 


HAGAR & SWAYNE 
LIMITEp 

VIEW AT BROAD 0 0411-3-3-4-1 

'Member Victoria Real B4Ut* Board) 

844 DUNSMUIR 

Imm.ilt.-r posse*., n„ *ine j^m*. 

r!7 'wpara'# garage On twn me* 

nrclL.ffy* rL H, * 4f '* 4 • ,r * n "» dupieg 

ftroperty Down payment f A AA 

Osgq Pun prlre $6300 

Call Mr BisseM, Eve* Dolquiu a#W • 

52500 DOWN 

JOHNSTON 

& COMPANY LTD. 

rnTI.li'* ,h "*-h»droam bungalow 

situ# 'eg on large !at with piewii of 
*?•'* KHcnen and dtr.et-e 
lari# living roam with fireplace r,:l 
cement bv.ement wifh drive-in garage 
Berhided to-atlan with a good View 
dose in Full '.,. CA 

price only $7850 

EXTABLIBRED ltd) 


ESQUIMALT 
52000 NO STEPS 

UPLANDS 


sod a WO-PI. e bathroom A full base. « „ ** «» r -»w»W 

m.Of .l-h ml! haf-asier healing ettra •*!*»»• »*k for Mr Mrlna. O 4lli ror-r- rues nAllH . , 

m- ’r’ir r ■ UOf ,,f w»v*"4* 0FF SHELBOURNE 

ss-^sps'r * Pr*. , . h "!i*T h 0r 41 •*«•* ISQUIMALT BUNGALOW EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE 

retson.ble term. $ 1 3,500 bun^iV ^t "fi lr84 '“ w »W* r ® «>uod*-bw eonl.inl . 

, d o-n, B .„. KuteKiii it %*;. s SBBjarKcc'ssL 


.*,s , •ru'-ga-ow Dvina JJ* "*0M romfor-aOle and o».. H 'pa n'ed 

room jwtIA with firepiar, Dmina space, family homes in this are* rite <ht» ng 
rsblnei Sficfien THREE BEDROOMS. I—™ ><»««■ opening mro a level! 


v l‘ ,h>,t frog* A»it.,m*',r . hvai'd *un rosim. 3ltl# dining room a 
MOT WATYR mtAT 47 OOP each g-vs ,, *au5i(ul greet, -ufeg illrhen and ;a,g* 
you possession. tfoc/b/w r."”* Tmn l,, «* bedroom, gown end 

Pull price pnlv $y500 l£ ,r .? # "B den. three liothronm* 

let*- aunt >n, rash IZ*JL ’e*** '.eseosen' Trunk 


letarnupt for rash 
Jatk Browr. E 43*3 Rcrae n **T# 


ntnA% a??/ BHraoms aaodfrnisH Ibv-JpMww In ger.g. furn*. » and 

oainrrajm bright and convenient >• *b- apara runm Good 4l»ed 
yy-rtrr - ■ «>' r l*an Insu.afed ceillrga Dur- Vert *•!! sltciaied If) new 

2V 4 ACRES Sminl 00 .^ T" 1 **. 1 - e* 1 * rrppwv avfhieb’ I4*m«a Pot gui, . 

, .. . r\AISt AMnr r« B*pe furnare. drive- sale priced •• 

• 'reliant garden sail plus thl* tu room LfAfsLANDb !P ■• , a«' Neal garden fruit 

|J«»ca setnl ocuaslnw w»n OiM>-M*tic < 1 HOf) (Viu,n D er*cn I* 1 " •*•“* *** CgLCrVO * t® cash ,f,e 

h'- air heating Haij u,ing room vua UOWn — Price 55850 th*« hstm# at 565UU 

* all-in .*u „ rtw . Qn# , fJ , , 


P'HI grown d level t,es*m*n' Trunk 
room laundry room and gL, rawing ra# 
Q'l-O-Matic hcii-watev 'cegsing 
pianl Aitartsed tap-ear as**** 7>ier# 
are too many vpecial fea -r>»s to men. 


OAKLANDS 


t room two jaagllwn P»,ll "-wt-n' nafemenc drive- U A I C if-nr iwi r ~ i ru r.'A T° vperiai feaigv** la men- 

1 three-niece In garige furn#.* and nicely finished HALT AL.Kt IN CITY •" can highly recom- 

i»ni»nl r*b- S|c4r# riiam Flood sirod garden Mt .... . m ' oa ’"‘v property Be*. gn 7 r_. 

hllngs Dwr- Very well sh'ialed n n»v dl.irFl »l Home ',•* roams down and renaoi# laves Price# 527,500 

,a!l ceppev a*ll-ken' Itome* Por quir* a iron '•"■‘•'Ula** rwodillnri Pali ar> UB 

m#r#. «tr)T#- u)t orii M •• 5/ j(JU &«***n*M wltri ntn r*tffin #«. Bn l| " IT)W4W)8 

fr\m fM . . ^MfCl f4jrn#r«, virti (or um» n y.f MKM At K?OTT 


e this home at _ - $6500 

fleas, ast fur Mr W O Cameron 


MEHAREV & CO. LTD. 

(nauraftre— Notary PsiMt* 

•33 View •( B 1187 Bias 0 0*73 


•paclpus liv'in; *” GOVrUNMEWT UTEETT 


- FOR retired couple • Stti 32 ra 

a *1)1 Very gilyaeMve *««cco bungsiow c, n- »• 


PROPERTY SALES 
REALTY 

$4950 FULL PRICE 


59500 §.irf£* -nr: ., &nsz~& r-« 

LEACH & SPARKS ‘ ^ — 3%^ "$63^ 

til* BUANBRARD «T - g gify OAK BAY IIIAAf^^n^ OAK BAY d r\/ri|| if UAI irr 

— on eve, hue near fh . rru' 5 1300 D0Wr> — Pr ' CC S6300 THREE BEDROOMS REVENUE HOUSE 

Vfa W SXF% 'IBWSSi Si'SSrfSS.'a? 1 ^ GOOD TERMS Gorge Industrial Area 

Jjfn*ce Asking $10,500 L*.^V FAIRFIELD SbU-. mi rol i?r ti iair r n.it n ." K> 11 ROOMS 

HIGH QUADRA Pive-rorm scu.e.. inur H «h full basement bo: water aoua.n, r AIKNtLD BssUt pn he 'Arowgh nail plan ni, e-suv rs_ u e., 


high -basemerct with gg'ra rmn ■** **" EDWARDN 

c-efleni fsirnare. wired for rang* Over MMEB * ECOTT 

half an acre af eve! lata with goad nt Yarrow Put. 
dralnagv aepafar* gsragv and large 

warkshop wi;b plumbing Tate* f-ti -- 


Mr r-«i* ■ »na srnoai 

LEACH & SPARKS ~ - JAME5 bay 

ltl* EUANBHAliD BT - g ,,yi OAK BAY { ^ ^ 

- - Oh an’ evrius.v, .venue near Ih. ^ ^ 1 3 °0 DOW^ PrtCC $6300 


m W— " $6950 

flavenr# Hatch. Res Q Stta 

LOST- 


111V Wl-A.UBH AIU) n - E 4137 DAT 

I gaa ' m^S ®**. •«' >vclu*i»# avenue near It* g*ti 

OAK BAY Etabl-room famiiv home A *«inne rive. room Wunaamw in 

l£?SJ l4, «jfSl , r- etc Hedeosrafed eacehewf eondifiim B,d« sm'rance ai'.ti 

Inside Full bsseaseni. t \ f\ C.r\f\ rn -' r ” *>»•♦ dining roam I3«I3 

fwrnace Asking $10,500 L*.*L“V l V ,cn * n llt ’ »!•*»(»• stare 


COQnn rx > w »» nita rtwrw* bungalow C {!J f 'V.JV 

il? 5 k92.;' h .^ , r. , a .Jhs 

‘rn.:r.%r:r,:n‘, ^ wsB fc 22r ri: 

Mve. ml, Mb This U worth e,^ b.,JL r £*»£»** 

penny #4 the abevv or Ire Wurth V-vIn* AM.nq $ 1 0.5C 

Off tea ■ 7*14 DIB Quadra Street *?** **** * 

NMI Rollick Eye. NIM7 TODER & VINT LTD 

W* solicit the Hating •( vwwt hoaia ttl CENTRAL ■« pq 


On# af the bast buys on the mark.- 1 I ROOMS 

Nssslt tm i he ihrawfh nail alar, m, e-suv n Lie . 

living roam, with flrealare. lovely origftt Double PlumblO* 

kitchen three. pi*,* bw-i, , >rM i0<- , 

bedroo*. all on one fl«or Lev.l* ,nd Tr,> * U • magnlt ir-. »w-r.a ... 

rl *A B ihrouahout Hot-air pipea r,.., , *®d!'»*« and tdeaity tip.aiM fnv a 
h#au> Ifni lot in lewn rtwwery and garde.-, There is • wonderful 


REVENUE HOUSE 

Gorge Indus trio I Area 
* 11 ROOMS 
Double Plumbing 


2 ACRES— 7 ROOMS 
SEA VIEW 

BEAUTIFUL OLDER PVU.T MODERN 
NOME m 'hale# leva uon with a*s rvw 


3M> t. 'he pnttnn eh, bevtUiae Dan. g ,4n l U«aa 
•» <W IN* If yew want a iwn bad- A . tW—f m i. faU Rf rwem. 

u| r _mree^ * l ^r»%w^ld la dT.tn^t* ' 

as?. ^ w,rt - • - s 1 0,500 

• $4950 tea* than half ,aah 

Jack Km, Q| B 4**3 Hows. R 44*4 


m srjK; rr£v t: ' F- 53750 - 53750 - 53750 * » 

’* $8400 t: ^ n a 'izjtej" n kur 1 12**+ ' 

mo,. .vzt $87oo ? VSr ^ v. x 

n sss? rlu.lrv I let In* 1 


D. COMPANY 

o M4I IJM GOVERNMENT BT. 


MEHAREY & CO LTD. 

» 03 VIEW BTREET 


RIDINGS REALTY. LTD ALEX G HILL & CO 

im BROAD STREET I B731 i») BROAD BTREET a I 


SECLUDED 

S3750 — 53750 — 53750* ' rin ooctrr 

III, lira ,KUn ran vwi w..* a la. ^_a •*•<•*!•» *41 iranaferred la Mont- 

#4 ween bur vsiow with l,-,-s'cj roof s?,a fMBavaT'bwibaaiOM* " f f * n< * 4 

Ih the rMv * am f.,i aD ro,. 1, ,•'?*"? b*»»v«aiOw* »*> wssip near 

clu.ir# I lad eg "* "** *•* * .f*" ' n dierua# ihu an# 

rwn aeive $3750 B V * U “ ,r '" , * * ff * m , '* w * 

l»T Hai.h V Utl Roma O IMS * Liaa N H R J U CMMis E M33 


1JB« BROAD BTREET 


PEMBERTON NOIMRB LTD 
O 1134 



34 •■tig (EoUmtal. vm.K 


37 HOUSES FOR SALE 


57 nOUSES FOB SALE 


37 HOUSES FOR SALE }M PROPERTY FOR SALE 

POOR A CTt SB. M O D B U I HOUSE tl tr' 


M FARMS FOR SALE 


, . I V1ICI 

»•. Urn trie xiovr ell) water. large (bitten *l*e about 
ki'rlkn hiwa barn and pig pen* trim tree* cud ** 

flnl.hnl Mime berrlg) Co.qultt )AU 

'a** 1*6 FOR“baL« nT~ OWNER. OAK 
I Street *M-rjaow» pink Atucco bungxtew. 

)»ar» old lovely garden. 

Ill 00* Bn* CM Vlr Iona ritli, 


TOILUraa. TW5 XTrtRTfc 

3**5* Situated Courine*, 

la* Price no ooo 
l«T- Good brick building uf 
- - .. Belle** i enable of gro*»~ 

inc II OW a year Purcluter could ha*# 

Bo*««lon of f round floor to Jal>. 

Price It) one 

Pleaee call Uf C II V Bagxhawe — _ 

The HC Land * Uiveiiaeoi Agency THREE MILA OUT. 1'* 

Lid a ms Ri 

RANCH-STYLE LOTS AND OTHrjlS~ 

Cam roe* Creeceat and Maplewood On 

the tvo-mila curia f- - - - 

SICS lo 11100 each I 
DICKIE * CO 
•31 Port Street. B 41 


J'i MILES OUT 


A m ii gr merit it 


OAK BAY 

3 Bedrooms 

lerey. cunieoient to 
irtict Atl lait* rc-o 


Today's Pattern 


37 HOI KES FOR HAIJC 


rared. on* acr* In lagan*. fo«»r- 
houaa imall barn and Sicken 
good orchard rlt* water and 
it highway Prl.e MIU SUfrd 
•ftp- * Ca Ltd , 111# Broad 

0 7311: evening* Mr Tatter 


ON' THE SCREEN 

Alisa “Robin Hood* at 
1 16. 353. 650. 9.37, plus 
•*C«Red Fury" st 2.4S. 5.25, 
8 . 02 . 

Capitol 'Cripple Crpck" st 
1.12. 4.(10. 6 48. 9 41. 

Dominion “Call Me 
Madam" st 1.37. 4.09. 6 41, 
9 13. 

Fox “La Fort's D**l [Vn- 
tino." Two complete 
shows at 6.50 and 9.00 pjn. 


HEISTERMAN & CO, 

lEetablUhed 1UU 4 
HII BLANBHARD I Near 81a* • 
Wheta People Refer Their Prtende 
t Slid 


TWO-MILE CTRCLt 
Large fuUr-iooni a'.ueco Bungalow. full 
bexem-ni drive- :n garage, nire location 
quiet vide (treat, priied very Ion for 


SPECIAL 


A real but Nee fjur-.-ooai htioia wUh 
bathroom, one acre MOM. *: Mu down 
and termi Belmuat 1# X 

TWO-TEAR -OLD BUNGALOW P 1 V E 
large room*, good dlalrtcl 13 (00 5:,wt, 
end aaaume I .*, mortgage a: Ml per 
mouth. Vacant putteaifbci Phone ft 4001 

GORGE- THREE -ROOM RTOCCO^Bim- 

* »low alth kitchen nooi hoi-water 
eat: •Wed fnr range] Large rsnnu; 

1C BM No agruta. pleeae Phone U TCJ7. 

11 UX-FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW VKNK- 
tlan blind* ml ttoVir ca* furnace laun- 
dry tuba, *eperate garage 2614 Quadra. 


CHARMING BUNGALOW. 1,300 BQ PT 
Saouded Od* acre This *'» -year-old 
gleaming wnite iturco. alautwhly bulk, 
five modern room* plot ton lately fount, 
ill bacetsirt.' Living room UU3J, eilh 
fireplace coved celling. picture wln- 
iJ'-w. Electric comoinallan kitchen and 
dinette a wc-men* derani Lot* of 

rlraeta throughout Oe tui* uatbrocon 
Double front entrance Lawn* ahruhi* 
and vegetable gardeo well evtabllahed 
Fenced Ferule toll Thu t* an out- 

Manomg buy at l» 4*0 Term* Call E. 
C Clark at E 71*4 or evening* E WOO 
or John Edmund* at X 710* ur evening* 
E 3MJ flrw.Srad Realty Ud.. 71* Port 


quirk aale. 17 360 Phone J. Feerxon 
it 1131 evening*. B 1011 

BAYNE REALTY 
734 Port Street 

BRENTWOOD PROPERTIES ~1i#*5 
With II M0 down Plve-room buogal -» 
no kept near bu*. autre* *cni.,n 
114 OOO Saavlew tuimr .even loom* 
on# floor i»« large tma full oaarm«m 
11J.6O0 SU- room »• afro tit bunealaw 

one ant. good value flee Harold C 
Cro*«. Keating* 1WL. Be* Drive. Utenl- 
• nod Hay 


"1ST CLASS INVESTMENT" 
SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX 

R»w *turco building, ha* entrance hall, 
living room dining room bedroom, 
olectrie loblnet kitchen Pembroke bath* 
room, full bovement laundry tub*. h«H. 
»ir conditioned piped liurnace On* Od* 
ha* drlve-ln garage hanivood floor* In 
hall and main room*, each aid* vacant 
pending tale W1H rent tor 171 each 


Ptlft BALE- DAIRY FARM COMPLETE 

time to Victoria good ••let land and 
budding* box IIJ. Victoria Prr»« 


OAK BAY 


liEPANTMrST OP Ft BUT WORKS 
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 

BRANNON LAKE M HiMtL FOR SOV9 
NORTH WELLINGTON. \ .1 
SFATXT) TENDERS. endorsed "Tend* 
fnr Brannon Lake School for Moya. Nor I 


NEW STUCCO BUNGALOW— TWO BET). 


cabinet kitchen Myrtl* 


Buhdiug*. Victor,* H C up to |j 
n clock noon on Thuradav. the lith tfav 
Of Mar l»>» and opened lu mTETTC •' 
that time and place 
Plan* • perl. Meat and cpr.dii.io* of 

tender miv tie obtained un anti after 
April 11 iuvi fmnt the Dvparvmenr^nt 
Public Worga. Victoria B C . on dapnait 
of the Pin of Thirty Dollar* lOliOOi Mr 
each art, which will be refunded upon 
return of plana, etc in good roodi’iun 
within a period of one mouth of receipt 
of tender* except in the caee of the 
aucreeaful tenderer where th* i.ian d* 
1*0*11 not refundable Plan* and epe- 
clflcallon* will aj*a a* on vie* al the 
office* nf «he Government Agent, Court 
flout*. Vancouver B C 

Earh lender niuet Ite arcompauted bv 
an accepted bank chequg un a cnariare.i 
hank of Canada made payable i u Hie 
Mlmater of Pvibllr Work* for the a„m 
of Pmy T7iou«oml Dollar# if-'O ouo oui, 
which *hall tie furfelted If t| ( r jianv 
Uuderlng decline* to enter into <ht con- 
tract alien called upon io do »u 
Tenders niipt be made out on i|,r 
ronti* supplied, xignrd wnli tbs actual 
xignatuie of Itie tenderer and eticin.r.] 
hi 'he envelope furnltlied 
No tender will be eon»»dc/ad having 
one qualifying rlau«*. whalaoever and 
U»e lowest or any tendar not n»ce«*aniy 
accepted. 

E A 30 NBA 

Deputy Mioiater. 
Department nf Pji>Iic Woia t. 

Parliament Building*, 

Ylrtorla. B C 


ON GONE ALES 
cleared, anil cloa 
n 7MI or E 3646 


New ranch-etyl* home near tchool*. 
bu* and *l>nt>P'ng I 140 tquare fret, 

•li room*, a *U»b>. wall carpel, ihroudh- ^ » 

•ii. hot-water oil Jitai. dream kitchen 'a* n .*de into 
tn knm'y pine, view window u> nx- 
hnvaoy-lined living loom with over- 
tired fireplace, iarre rtimn* r'-vim. three 
hedroome or den-. f~~ 
rumpu* toon, wiiii Roman-l|i« fireplace 
In I'til-oi e« i*»imni Double iot fully 
la:,d*rapeif and fenced, Aitarbed ca- 
rafe H.OM dn am end It' monthly, 
inyludlbg l«<*> handle* B 0717. 2113 

l*r.ntnm. ' 


STREET. HUM 
to park 1M0 Phone 


at .. 

Which equal* two new home* at |7 ni 

each 

To Inapert klndlv aak fnr Mr F Pin 
Eva* Helm run INK 


with itlrd »tn« Copper piumbir.g 
throughout All floor* finuhed Heady 
to more in Large ear port which en-ild 
_ rvtra bedroom and qitlny 

if deeired. 16 330 llalmmil I2JT 131 - 

De.rreeua Homy Largfpnr - CQ&Y TWO-HOOM COTTAGE ON RIVER 

OOO-Mjuare fout TAO-HTORY EIO'fT ROOM HOUBf”oN or’^ ofIer' l Terin.. *‘ U2° vTrt'oria PrS! 
fi-tUt fireplace l'« acre* In F*qulmali Cab'n on prop- 
ouble Pit fully ertr glye* t4IO rerrnue per rear. Mou»* 

Aitarbed «a- , ran he uyed >■ bogidm* bout* Piirnl- 

•» monthly t„re available for h«u»r Pruntage in 
X 0717. 2112 »aMen *nd frpli of *11 kind* Pull price 

i SAiulO ot pea I rat offer' Low down par- 
p ,vur«T nil *-■*** monthly term* Call at 11*4 E»- 
^ “’ITuutmall GUM for Interview 

"■•‘•IWi — * — 

Uk and F p . j II 3<v> DOWN - FULL CEMINT 1IASF 
kitcnen with rrem new furnace, new Durold nmf 
two nice bed- l*t»» appnmmatrlv »q,t ..£,* large and 
e with walk-ln »mall brdruom. big kitchen medium llr- 
meijt ha* D I lb* room 10 -minute t>u* rwmrr tterp* 
end fmighed al dunr grmd chopping dUtrlct Halanie 
a o-mlle circle "f MHO a* $60 |wr monlb 3011 fkblt 
t» Mil. ** Price , Stree* Ser In appreciate HIM 


Odwn-'Thf Importance of 
Being Kamrst" al 1.02, 
3.18, 5.11. 7 29. 9.43. 

ria/a "Invasion 1953" at 
2.17. 4 48. 1.79. 9 50, plus 
“Desert Pursuit" st 1.00, 
3.30. 6.00, 8.31. 


CORDOVA BAT — MAGNIFICENT VIEW 
wl the extra ita. M « I4fi »786 Phone 
E 5443. morning* 

BEA-VIKW ACRE. CLEARED. HE- 
building area. Viea Royal. 


DEAN HEIGHTS 
OIL HOT-WATER HEATING 


POUR ACRES NICE LOCATION 
building*, my Ughi and water, 
Colquitt 401 

LOT l 1 1 1 ON W ASHI NlJTON 
3600 Owner. B 444 1 


1 IM *,|uar* feet of *paclau* living, nun 
prmtng a Savely living rnnm appro*l 
tr.aielv 30 feet lung iwa twin bed-rlrr 13 600 
bedroom* cabinet kitchen dlnetie four- lb 
pier# nathrnom and nliUl* room Thl* II* 

fin* home I* about ill tear* aid. Nice la 

landicaprd lot wl’h fruit tree* wparate an 

garagr Th* xiklng price on *q irrv to 

thl* home I* only r ' : 

Axk for Mr Wright, E 4111. Eve* 0 5767 ** 


LANBDOWNE HEIGHTS 


flit-room ranrh-atyle hum* 4 
mortgage * M 


Tlllinim — 'Treasure of 
Sierra Madre" at 8 19, 
plus “Here C o in e the 


Apply »1»J larkdoaoe 


BV OWNER FIVE -ROOM MODERN 
bungalow, hoi -water heat and playroom 
3731 Grovvcnor Road 


iiil l iS 9rt lSS “lknkinsop 'road! 

5160 Phone E 7M7 


MarifiPK" hi 


LOT tW VIEW R OYAL PIIONg o HlO 


ON THK STACK 

Koysl - “Scoll Is h Revue of 
1953" al 8.30 p.m. 

York “Misier Kiibmi" at 
8.00 p m. 


George Rondall Limited 


SAANICH -2 BEDROOMS 
OIL HEAT— $7950 


SOOKE HIGHWAY 
35 ACRES 

Approximately 16 Miles 
Valley Land and Hillside 

Pnr a mao with a bulldoacr nr 
lend rivaling marbmrr* It, lx 

P roperty will n* nf rcai tbterexi. 

ou near no the vallrv Unit, 
drain xod improve it* value Fnr 
a baridv man the barn ih» iwn- 
loam xatlagt eXe, maid we 
added 10 and Improved Tha 
whole I* rour* for »T,5ng nr near 
offer for caxii 

Phan* 61 r Plddlrk, Eve* , Albion 1JT 


In *p«t- CHAIIMINO SEAFRONT 

Eatranre Pull* and tnvtefully furnlxhed Ineiuilng 
cabinet the latext In rung? and fridge. Ia.gr 
tatr vwo Hard-,. |.,t with beautiful view A 
ne fluor te»de/ii»*e«i buitgaluw. Lnrg* bright 
oil heat raws*, open fireplace* In living dining 
r laod a 4 ' 11 Humnux riwunx Fren, h dour* to 
rlev etc * un a,r * Mndero Arbnrlie al'rnen 
i Clone *Mh nook Maxter bedroom, down' 
nit home ,w “ 0 ’ h, ' , •• r «' -r bedroom, up Full 

oar taken i l** , ' rr *'* $*«"»«ll. hut *xl-r ..II h,-at 
•Aumrv Dwner UR boumt Full b.rgaln irlia. 
!T1VI 'I 3 " 1 * r *'l ■"•I’h Edmund i al E7IM 
;70Sll or evenloe* T 3k* I New*le*d Re«l»v 
1 f 7JU -jgg ^„ r , Hlt „, 


LANOFORD - NEW STUCCO B UNO A - 
low Living roirm. rabluct kltflfen. t*u 
bedrteunx Atlached garage B|>are runm 
•Xiowr garagr. Kuur-oier* bathroom 
Oak flunrx piaxleted and cove ceilingv 
fully uunlated Oa« xal«m«'.lc heal 
f Ireplare Oood anil Prl.e X5.860. Spoil 
ixi Orangrr Riiaif Langford. 

aifAWNIOAN LAKE 
Waterfrrm Properly - Two baflranm* 
three. p, e-e bathroom Bintng and Hung 
roam, raainei ktlfhrtl and Ullllly Ciar- 
aCC floating and. vintage T>«*»nmi«e 
Raoxe beater and piano Taxe- |31 71 
M 360 f a»h or gnod term* Phone I J 
Clarke 17LJ. Bhawnlgan Lake 


Doomed To Die 

KARACHF, PaklMan 'AP' 


NO AC IK. NTH SMALL HOUSE FOR 

•ale B 1061 or B 3113 

POR SALK TWO-ROOMED CABIN 
Mux: he mu* ad Bog 151. Victoria Prexx. 

OAK BAY - RIVE-ROOM “ RCNOALOW. 
b« owner N„ agentx please B 07M 

DtBIRABLf BIX -ROOM HOMY 
lo- aMon fine condition De'alli 


U'anicu lor mnrs lhan 100 rour 


TENDERS 

For Police Clothing, 
Cars and Motorcycles 


flcrs. the notorious PakiManl 
outlaw Mohammad Rahim Hln- 
corn was sentpncpd 10 death 
by a Sind Provinc* sppciai 
rourt Friday. 


OVK BAY 16.100 TER MR 
THREE- BEDROOM BUNOAI.OW AUTO- 
MATIC OH. HEAT LAROE LIVING 
ROOM FIREPLACE THREE PIECE 
BATHROOM BRIGHT CABINET KIT- 
CHEN WITH NOOK REPARATE OAR- 
AGE lots or oood rnuir trees 

LOW TAXES NEAR WILLOW8 
SCHOOL THIS IS AN EXCELLENT 
HUY AND QUICK PO0SEB81ON. R H 
OAVIRB REALTY 5]« VIEW 0 3016 
ANYTIME 


6000 


Jiffy coat! Whibkon drr*s! 
Beach wrap! Wear u with nr 
wiihoiit a bell, «ei a suminei- 
f yli of pleasure for su*tt a few 
quick Blllches! Joy lo get |n*o, 
dream «o iron— you’ll love ihe 
convertible collar, Jaunty cuffs 
and hijj patch pockets that hold 
everything! 

PaUcm 9070: Misses’ ni&cs 
12. 14, 16, 18, 20 i 30. 32. 34. 36, 
3 k. -44. 42. >t*e 16 takes 4S 
yarils 35- inch. 

This euay-io use pallern give* 
perfecl fit. Complete. Illustrated 
*ew chart shows you every 
step. 

Send thirty-five cents In 
coins (si amps cannot be ac- 
cepted) for this pattern to the 
Marian Martin Pattern Depart- 
ment. The Victoria Colonist 66 
Front « Street West. Toronto, 
Ont. Print plainly size. name. 


OUAMICHAN AREA 

C »#-yeaf-ald Iiucro bungalow E»<-#l- 
31 <v>ndnion Larg# Uvin* ;*am wen 
f)t*plat# Ou#»t-xla* dinlu* roam 
Bright xttrarUv* kdchen with ea'ing 
■ par* Two lln* badtuom* your-MMX 
Pembrnk* bath Term* are *nraet| ve 

jaSuT “" ,n ' s ii. 200 

A*k fnr Mr Burruughx. **ex . O I»I« 


GEORGE RANDALL 
LTD. 

1M» DOUGLAS STREET Q 111 


VIEW ROYAL H UUBM 

L I v22*romn° CASK CUENT HAS INSTRUCTED ME 
: and'hraaalaat 1? * nnni * WU,, t*««orrx 

Fuil baLm.nL K-Mx.te F^' \ no * ««.«r|l, 

furnace p.rila tmulated fronl '- »»• xacluxlon prelerablv alth 
*4* Lol 73 *140' Piiun* P: *? or M* r “"“* bungalow pr#- 


Healed lender* will b* received bv 
Clly Clerk. Clt* Hall Vlrlorla. I 
up unlit boon on Munxay Aprfl r 
the following equipment for thx 
Polir* n*partro*nc 
7» uniform* 4r|H» extra oama 
31 Uniform Cap* 

1 Beta Mmorci , le* 

3 Motorryrl* Rervi-Car* 

3 Standard Model 4 Door Sedan 
Automobile# 


NOTICE TO CBEDITtlRa 
IN THE MATTER OF THE EATATE OF 
AKTHI R El GEM MIARIM.. Il»- 
ItAxlll. late at l*m Mooltrey Ateona. 

Oak Bar. • 

All. CtAIMS agaln«t ihe above ea'aia 


RETIRING? 

Here |* 1u*l -h* |d>al plare for »ou 
unly »«ven yeai* qld. built 0) Ihe 

r ,te, eut n»nir far hi* own home Large 
l«lng room Heaiilatur fireplace big 
be.lroom cabinet khchen with range 
Pour, p,ar* Petibroke ba'.tiMKun, ami 
utility room with tut.. Only three 
Xtep* vet there t* a dandy full cooST'te 
Irxtrmr.nt. garage. n»c* ground*, green- 
hou** and guod *iew Price or near 


JUBILEE 


BUILDING LOTS 

Kiltaran Park Subdiviaion. lid 
buy* lot 13 i 141 la 1M te^t a 

tram — — ■ 


I Sedan Delivery 


- - IsU Two b mkAx i 
beach Cll* oalcr and light N 
log reairtclloni Drive uui M 
Road rum down Laaoon Roan 
for , Term* into down. . 
balam a monthly PRICE 

Evening* G 7345 


Specification* Of Jriilform* 


Obtained In tlvi*’" oTTI.^ Bomptr* 
Cop* must tie xubnutied with bid 
Mciforrvrlox to hAi* aireu* and >, e 
rpinplrtelv eqolpp J - 
Car* and Sedan l 
J natte iv. Tt.er 
inotorc.veie*. C ar. 
portlculor* of which ..... , 
from ihu oltlco or from lb* Chief of 


security held. If any. muil li* ent m 
in* und*r*igned on or before the 16Ui 
day of Miv. tn urn 

THK CANADA PERM AN I NT 
TRUST OOMPAVTV, 

714 Port ht real, 

, Victoria BC. 
Adniinlxira’.vr. 

Be AIJIN r aion ow. 

Solicitor for thr Adminlatrotor 


J«d for imIIc* » ork 
teMvery lo hav* group 
■a will trod* -n, 

•ad delivery pedan 
‘“i may bo olhaiaed 


READ THIS 


Alfred Cormichoel & Co. Ltd. 


1311 BROAD STREET O 7151 

(Member Real Extale Board of Victoria' 


Police 

Tender* mint be rnrloeed lit a xealed 
envelope marked "Tender far »•<,,„ . 
Equipment" and arcumpaiued by a eer- 
itlfled deposit chroue equal to v per lt , | 
of amount of lander tnada payable to 
Ihe Clly Treaaurer 

The Inweat or eny lender s* 111 not 
neeesxarlly b* accepted 

O F SHAN PE 

c-„ u „ „ ? ,,T Shrcliaalng Agent. 

City Hall, Virlnrig. n C 

April 10, ivs) 

THr roRroKATius- of the 
DIBTSICT Of AAANICH 


WANTED 


oider-tvae hou*e wub four beiirnum* In 
Oak Bay. Purhaxrr walling 
Four or five-room bungalow, any dix- 
irln not over tl.ooo 

flURDON. FLEMING (b THOMAS 
AGENCIES LTD. 


GOOD REVENUE PROPERTY 


up In •1TWI0 with a haul half c 
FAIRFIELD nr JUBILEE preferred. 
Robert Mitchell ear* nf 


OAKLAND*! 

17 600 

A epic and *paii fivr..m>m bungalow 
with full oa*e,iirn< ana auiamatic n*a* 

Laig* iat with ahaded lawnx Quick 

p/i»«r.i|,,n John Grrrnwpitd. 1* 

Btreci. K 71141. evanlno Albion 117. 

RTUCCO RUNOALOW VICTORIA WEBT. 
lutl completed LA, DR. ivn bed- 
room* oak floor*, three-piece bathroom, URGENT NEED 

kl-.rht-n. part baaement. drum * 

'piped i atind lor Price *,».d 
Clear tlfle rie#»e call It Cov. re* , 

E 1*14 Swinerton * Co Ltd, E7111 

IN ESQUIMALT NEW RUHDfVIBl'iN. 

Brand new xiucco bungalow, on .'ml URGEfCT — T 
bxvemenl and garage Large living routn No down Da 
with fireplace, targe blU-hen *Mb dm- ,y. t maoiti i 
J n « area, tiled «nk; two bedroom* and f er red Fiv* 
liathroom. through -hall nak fio*ir» Ronnaxih,* 
tliroiiKhiiul. Immediate povaevaion. Hhrn* p r ., t 
builder at O 4389 

ARMY-NAVY- -HERE IB A BRAND NEW M4V _ 

lour-rooin stucco bungalow In K uulmalt C y * ,Mn 
that 12 300 will handle and ihr new 
price U only 15 040. We can give mg '“h 

quick poaarailon *a contact u* -a’flv “ H 

Coll mail Kennedy B 3103 daw: n 4|»4 v, »» 

evening, y. * Hnih. 536 Yata._sirwe:. , vgJi^T" 

BALT BPRING INLAND I3 00O r.axh. 

Flva-ruom mndru home, furnlahed If ‘'* r Uiree-ncd 
detned unequalled view 2 10 acre* room up O 
■ bundant wafer, mind garden land 10<L Kr nenorit, 

Toot waterfron’age r*«h price i* ?no N Cgbeldu L 

1 r AN YOU ol 

— _ Hay four nr aiwoom bungalow In IS 

nv OWNER — S-ltOOM NFM1-HUNGA- <« *• d«T* lot exalt PM-a»« phone Dickie 

law Ihrra bedenmo*, ba'hronm trlfhen * K! > Kk»lly ’*J3 Fort Blieeti. B 4113; 
Ironl room, ullllly room Looted „, v evening* L )a,0 

achiao{ ,n * ideal* 1 for f^mtlv Viro rh“5re‘„ a ** nv».Roo M 


HAWKES* FOSTER LTD. 

B 3101 

60 PROPERTY WANTED 

WANTED -LAKE OR SEASHORE 
waterfront oroperty. Boa 301E Victoria 
Preax. 

HOUBE^ WITH ACRE AO E. SUITABLE 
I # ACRES BufrABljr”TO VIA. BJJ1I, 


no you want src-i.iiofON 
WITHOUT BEING ISOLATED* TH1B !« 
the nealatl. rleaneat * vprrqd" we have 
aver Con tlata nf 4'croom whit* 

xtuico hungalnw workahnn and gyrage 
on approx ten acre* with neat orthard 
of varl oua fruit* Truly a lovely »pnt. 
)M*t fnur mile* out Hoc wa'ar haating 
Clly liu* fare* Definitely a bargain at 
l» 460 Nome term* Ntepheneon Really. 
•33 View Street. Phone 0 3013: e.e- 


1311 Broad Modern de.ign with ratabluhed garden' 
Hx* 310 000 ra»h and wtU pay up to 
around 113.400 Call Len Wright. B 3101 
anytime. Hawke* yp*i#r Ltd 

POR CUENT WITH 

furnace ».i 0041 raxh halanre about *70 mom hi* 
fnr three- bedroom bungalow or one bed-' 
roam up Oak Ray leouihi preferable 
Mr. Bennett, E 7114 evening*, E 4.11 j P, 
N Cabeidu Ud . 1313 Broad Street 

HOME 

rx 110 

g* Dir- 
agenl*. 
Victoria 


HIGH GORGE 

rtVK-ROOM RUNOALOW 
PLUS REVENUE SUITE 

The opportunity nf a llfellifte lo purchaxa 1, 

a very nire flye-rcom bungalow with a PoM'lan nn Otruima* Hill, with Vom- 
FINUHIEI) SUITE IN THE BARKMKNT mending view* real and *00th, * acre* 
Through hall plan WMh- attracuve living oroperty. an i-ouia circle. Automatic 
room having beautiful lireplaca and oil heat ifurred ain. insulated, double 
hulll -In bai«’lica»et. gue *'- mm dining roaim. mxirhlng garage, living-room dining- 
apailoux cabinet kitchen with dining rainy, den. 1 bedroom* aired kitchen. 
• pace and lot* o! xrocage apace two good automatli- hot water toilet in baxemcnl, 
pe.aroom* an 1 four- piece pemliroke hath- lull -filar Hume rock Improved 
room. Pull naaement with twn r<-x>m •ulte grounds around ltuu»e. ftxhponda. 4US0 
and three-piece plumbing Furnace to Saanich Road A H Marcon Phone 
he*' aH room* Automatic hol-aa'cr ’ank Albion 47T after 3 Price lisom net 

Mly iVy'kro 0ld* r and' hJ^^rTkmt in ATTRACTIVE PART OP ESQUIMALT. 
wonderful rondltlon Txxct tlx Term* lo .rhnoU. biovt, *lore- Rc«.i*,y 

available The price fur quick eQ.cn klirhen III* xlnk electric »l»v*, break- 
•aie I* *k‘f bm'k family-xtge dining room. 

mr Krrro. rvrs , >. N ErZSXZ? 


Today's Pattern 


B1AJ HD TSNGERfl addre***d in Ihe 
unde reign *d will be r*,#|v,d up , a 
• pm pviday April 34 iigj for me 
pure ha *o for roah nf Lot r (Vo, on 4 
rNi'Hfl Plan till. ...own ax 
I0i» Tolirue Avenue. Victnrl* Re 
Hub)#** to Charge No, R941.V2 G III# 
Crown 

6ach tender muxt be arrompanied bv 
q ryriHioa rj,oq„* tof , 10M oO made pav- 
aiiiv to ihe underaigueo. Th* higheyt 
or aov tender not necaMorily a«re„,rd 
riill i-ar'.<uiar> on application, lo 

R L COX 
Official Ad minima tor 
ArtmlnlMrafor nr «he Eeiate of MI*a- 
both Macfcenrle Traill, other*, lae known 
o» nuabeth VrKereie Traill, daiea^d. 
311 Cen tral Building Victoria. BC 


LOT LISTINGS WANTED 

Recant large volume of ealea bee de- 
pleted my II gt* l need homo «iie> ,n 
Gorge. Palrfleld. Mt Tnlmia, lot* fn-ed 
for dupleier and apartmeate anywjere 
Contact tha lot epadalut Mr. Nlchol- 


HAWKES FOSTER LTD. 

III! OnugJaa B 3101 Dav or Nigh 

61 ACREAGE FOB SAJLK 


A DELronTPUL HOME g U aa„ „,h '^ nnt V, 

A SPECTACULAR VIEW Vfcrorla Pre*. 

ASTlimc COMEORTAnik WELL FOUR SUIT* AP4R7 

BU II .7 and in IMMACULATE rrinoi- rnw TWA (TOR CAR PENT* 
TION Tnilv on* nf th* matt a'trae> 'nr or handyman Lnnklnq 
I lie home* an thr market 1 <wUy Living YMimrnl with good taiurn’ 
lonm dining room, three hrdronma rum- 
pu* rocm utility room marvelnu* tand- 
em electric kitchen dtAihle plumblne 
fxi)en*t*» *tall-lo-aall carpet In all 
roaune Pully m*ulaied Gil O-Matic heal- 
ing Lowlv g*rdeo with aerlualon There 
I* a magnlftrenl view nf Ihe xea and 
mnuntain* from every room Shown by 

^ointment $22,000 

Plea.* axk for Mr Sn»ed. Bve*.. I am 


V L A 

Royal Oak Three «rre* cleared land. 
Very xultafile to Y L A Snap at 13 1V0 
D Bridgman. Belmoni I1Y 
TATLO* 1 ®P'TTAL A CO LTD 
Win Broad Street o Sllkl 


againxl Ihe eaiate Ol Ihe aitoi e-naii.e-: 
rt t'-ei-ee are herehv required ip eeng 
them tn the under*ign*d everiinn 
at Ilia r>*». eminent «>reet. Vlcinr,* 
nr *• role the 1.1th n*r rtf M,. 10,1 

afer which dale the eyecqiora will m*. 
trih'.te Ihe .aid e*tai* among the nacue, 
enmiert thereto Mting ,ega,d nn|v ir 
U>* claim, nf which they then havx 
notice 

™* CANADA TRUST COMPANY 
Bxoevtnr* 

Bt iheir aohriror* 

Cre ace. teavey a* Co., 

THI foRFiiainov or thl 
ft STRICT OF MtkUII 
TENDER FOR PRIMING 

liAISfl TFNI >FRS marked 'Tender 
for Print Ittf at* ir.*iu,J far xuiiulving 


THE AI'mONEF.RS 
Retulir 


BRENTWOOD TWO ACRES CLEAR 
level land. 404-foot road frontage eftp 
water, echool. atoree, l minute, id**' 
V LA K eating uiM 

A 1 J ISON AND BRAKFOOT ROAD 2 V 
•rrv*. 13,760 Ad)olnliig on Braeroal 
Road, 3 31 acre* 13.100 . 4011 Bractoot 

Road 


•5 740- OOROE 


BIX -ROOM nUNGA- 
•rated. Inaiilated full 
tmenl. furnare aepai- 
i* 13 000 ia*h down 

- . - Bt* ronma xll on one 

II, or Three hvdrontn* ihrough Mil, 
In •trick and xnan roodlttnn Full ex- 
mem ba«#rn»,,l. furnace gaiag' 

B N Pegahow* f! jJxi Night 
A M TAYLOR SPITTAL 5* CO I.TO 
G 0601 


MSH amah naiS 1 -* 1”°” OWNER. OOROE — UROEHT 

M Plto caah 15 MM full price Select - - 

dutrlct three mile# live room*. l>aee- 
ment cafdr,et kitchen, a, in lounge Nice 
view* lovely garden* With pool* elr 
See I hi* fim. Box in Vlrlorla Pre.* 

CYPRES* SHAKE DWELLING HIGH 
•outftern c|„ae. Otl -OMatK *nd Molar 
heiilng ,wn bedroom* xwtric hnt 
»*;er. coMnleled ruDip.il room 'fire- 
place). E«cha»*e for romeana: xlmilar 
terser heme Oo* )ltW. Vlrtnrta Prexx 

•2 30" DOWN — LOVELY MODERN FIVE- 
roorn bunealaw. Willow* n,*r »e* |ia*e- 
m*ol garage 'drive in' parlou* room*, 
tiantwnad floor* IlilOSa Pltaae rail 
R - Cox - ’•* * •'***• SVRMhrv.lt 5c Co, 


Rithet Consolidoted Ltd. 

700 FORT BTRCET PHONE » 4»1 

iMimnar Real Exiaia Board af Vlctoriat 


In Our Salt‘*rooinq 
1115 FORT ST. 

FRIDAYS 
At 7.30 o’Clock 


— OWNER MURT SELL 
Fairfield Allractlve five nmm tnirrr 
bungale-w family else kitchen d'li'c,* 
room, larga living room and «wn hen. 
roomx. three- jilc, e bath; drlve-ln ea» 
• «e with full haaetnent nicety flnl.hrd 
f'om and extra plumbing m r,a.*m-nt 
Can he purrhawif nrdlnartl) or >■ an 
Invexlment Preeent owner wan'd rah- 
IJn.ie renting nmt Phone rrii 

MONTREAL TRUST COMPANY 
1111 Oivernmtnl Street 
OAK NAY 

Near l*-t— *| ^ 

bedroom. 

Healed r- 
fired hot 
E»,'elleni 

t»rm* 1 1 1 5.A0 A.k T, 

B KIJS evening. 

GORDON 


OAK BAY TRIPLEX 


SMALL OLDER- TYPE COTTAOE IN 
good repair, arm, ml 45 OK) ea*h. Pts- 
ferablt near Jubilee Owners only 
Box *54, Victoria Pre»» 

YOUNG COUPLE WANT THREE OR 
liiitr-raom eouage (hat need* repair*, 
leiw dawn pavmenl. goad m.mthly pay- 
menta O M37 

•1 000 DOWN PAYMENT ON TWO OR 

Ihree-bedenuni nungaiow gnqd dlalrtcl. 
cnn.nje r partly flnlxhed houee n lt*7 

LET ME 11 A NHL! THE SALE OF YOUR 
nume Nn fu** «r bother Alex Fiamtne 


Blucro triple* brand new nnrdk aide 
nf Avenue y.arjt unit with living room, 
two bedroom, kitcbeti dinette, fuur- 
piece bath. Hni yet com- *ni nnn 
plele.f Price a*ked 
110 IkNl caxh down 

For full particular# pica** call R c«* 
Office K 71 Bt | home E III* 


ron SALE -II MILES FROM VIC- 
torlA on paved road yet aariuded (art* 
hou.e nn five acre* and out building* 
f*® 4 eoBdlHan all tnnvvnien'c. 

L 0 . r ..' ,r »* «r ran be 

divided Build in gi can be bought wrh 
nr withnoi 35 acre* nf Mira land 
Phone Sidney 317 or wrlle Sidney po 

97 


During Dip past 10 yesm we 
have conducted many Important 
AUCTION .HACKS of real and 
porwinai proper! ies, 


I'nland* Gate* Thl* ''’eal tan. 
“l. modern whit* »*,,rr«. home 
rnmnue ronm wnh ftreolace oil 
“••air hea'lne Aliarben •*,»«' 
!frm* ayallaule Pr.ce 

Allan Chxuvin 
E l*X) 

An Ide.l home fnr a rnupfr or ym*ll GORDON HEAD WADnpRONT P, 
family, thl* Invely four-ronm x'ucro bun- acre* .erfiided charming w*.gt< -tv .hi, 
gxtnw ennaixt* of living ro«m wild open radar vn.tr lmu*e Ua three r,«,t r ™.T,, 
fireplace, twit bedroom*, cabinet kt'cheo »i'h • r • view of Ik- in redat lined - "n« 
and four-piece Pembroke bath Full ce- board* and ihree-|,|r,. halhroem rmw-i 
ment baaement, bnt-air piped !»#•*, !“ r ** Hvlne rr^en aloha Gronivr* 

dflva-ln garage Nicely lgnd»r.ped lot he#nu. family dining room mmteir. kt- 
Clova 10 v<honl* and tr#n*nr»r»ai|on ,r, ' n wired fnr range and iwn-pfr e 
Frlred. with term*. enrnn •••iirnAm. Oil hnt-waiec i-,i 114.00 

at only _ . jOjUU No nlea-e Phone Albion 7H 

EXCLUSIVE LISTING FOUR ROOM BUNGALOW RITUATEO 

To view aieoxe enntart J M Ledger, ev, client view ronuar. , f hvirg e.^r.^ 

Offi<# *1111 R** . B 5**1 *wn bedroom. Hi. ben ,n.| three , 

hath All newlv dernr.1.,1 Double '.».l 
F'.ll price 14 JVfl Fne r-ir'her „ 

root ari II r«. pig|« , r 

■l ”, l^on Been nr BwnerUin * 

Mill * w? I B-'Miehtun Bt- *'h«ne 
I ” ■•*' F*rl,j*(v* li.itny 

I , „ . . * OTOV OUNOALOW 

f.ocated 'n oxkl.nd* are*. iov*| T living 
VTjr , 'wn Blew v’riwn.* 

n !* k ‘ > r, '» n . no a nle* |*nrt..-«n-d 
I L- • ’I 1 '** ,n *»*40 »nd .litre. n..em«r,t 
I an t furnace « re., n)r* ||t", brtme *n» 
*» «**■» •' hr, eg 

A nn )4iY Of tf,JI R'dlnc. Really 


JilFTS GAIeOKR 


Municipal Clerk 


TM* CORPORA my R OF THE 

DISTRICT W A A AMI II 
TTxhlb fob rsi < k 

AFAI.ED TRNDFR8 maroel 'Tender 
fnr Tnifk are mvtied for aupplwox one 
N-t ton Pick -up Teiidar. io met, me 
tiade-in allwwaivce on Win finemaviawa' 
• nd to .late dellterv da*e Price in in 
c|,.de 'on of paiQiing tejta giean. and 
lai taring 

Tender* Ip he retelwd nv ’qe v,|»,yer 
xigned nv h pm, Atnnday, Api|l 21 ivsy 

lerwe*' or any lender noi ne *..arlly 
atrepled 

J ■ TRIBX 
M'.hinnal Clerk. 


Dmint ’em— seven, yes seven 
*«y. smiiNinif potholders In this 

pattern? run »o mskR fun to 

«IVf»! Ifse colorful Arraps of 
I a brie, rlckrack, imuling, em- 
broidery lhn*ad. 

Psilern ful nf Ihrlffy. Jiffy 
Ctf»s' Pattern 58*': trnnsfer mo- 
iR* for seven pot holders. 

Send ihirty-flve cents In coins 
(tramps cannot be accepted » for 
this pattern to tha Laura 
W he* lor Pattern Department, 
The Victoria Colonist, 60 Front 
Street West, Toronto, OnL Print 
plainly si w. name, address, atyle 
number. The pattern will ba 
mailed from Toronto and should 
rcNi-h vnu In two weeks or les*. 

Ekcltlnp value! Ten, yea ten 
popular, new dement to cro- 
chet. sew. embnlder, kAlt — 
printed In the new I96S Laura 
Wheeler Needlecraff Book. Plus 
many more pattema to send 
for Ides a for gifts, bazaar 
money-makers, fashions! .Send 
25 cents Jor your copy! 


SR* I^FASE 15 ACRE FARM 


Speclsllslnc In tllxtl-firsde 


with mndarn f'yx-ritom hnu*» 
from Vtrlnrla. Fur' h*r c 

K»*'lnf )q X 


COMFORTABLE RIX - ROOM FAMILY room hem* w|(h ana or more W"h- 

h/unr Large living room wtih fireplace In ,»-mie rmli 1*0,43 

girl ure winitna alth plroone null, ma — 

Den Three bvdraam- BxuriXUI All- I AROS VIEW MOMf SUITABLE FOR 

egr Fruit-tree. ci"*e to .. hool bu* r-'Mer-lon* About 130 MM Box 301" 

ttore 413 Her Avenut B 54fl! 15 4i*q 'iftorla Ft*.- 

fAWWIQAN LAKE WANTED FROM OWKRR SM AU? I 

We'erfrnnl rat'.aer Fo-ji room* fire- well-built home. rlo*« in Rn« (tk Vic- 1 
»|acr. elacltir l,gh' Ve,y *prluded. '«'• l*TOA 

Oil ma n road P'tioohrd *i avn - — . - -i 

Apply A Bernard A Co Ltd *39 VI EH* IIDUBK BUTT ABLE FDR 

Fori «,f#ei. Gail) rCntvrilon about nn cam yaxh Box 


Persian • rVime.itip Rugs 
Fine Art • Heal Projtertv 


AppraixsU for all purpoaea 


IXJUB ROOMS 


AND PATH, 1 

•uromxile ilnme*|ir hoi watqr c 
atairway t- large attic, h ot air 
drixe-m i*r*«c Ni'c garden T- 
llauliairi di.inrt »7,ano wllh It I 
No aaenla ideaoe Pbon* ff 4*t»a 


FIVE - ROOM OLDER - TTP* HOME 
■ Gatag* 17.050 


SWINERTON & 
CO. LTD 

m BROUGHTON 8TREET 


» ITI'g 

MJ All. HOUSE - FTW STRFR WALKINU 


All money* guaranteed 


BFAIXG TCNI'FRA #,1dre**ed la (he 
under.lgned win lm rv-elcM li^‘ in 
i pm. PVMg). April 74 I*'. I far the 

purrltaxe for caifi of t«i e. Brr.uiti J , 
VuUMia .Uuteirc Plan .Un known a* 
I74T Maultam Sireet Vli-tana BC 
Farh -endke m„»t k*r aceatr.pa.ted bw 
a far, 'Men rhmfir rnr lino Oh man* *,*. 
able tn the underaigne" 77te iitfliyat 

oi an* tenner not n»c**»arfl» act*p.cq 
Foil pan, ruler* bn application 'o 

R l. rnx 

Ofttnal Adminnira'or 
Admmietraror of ih* R*««ta of J.*h,i 

Onnrt Vnun* n*<e**^i 51k Central 

Sr- lining Victoria BC 

NOTICE TO CRFDiruRa 


Thcee-hedroom .e,nl -bunaalow on ntr* 
uulet .tree' H>g|> luomml St*,*i* 
• »ra«e. Smindlv ronoriined Tern- at- 
ntb«e>i FMce <5 |,W) Stephenron Really. 
ONIl; evening* O 0133 

RERT FART OF FAfRFIIU.D 
Family home from abnet rirar thle 
»pot le.* enndit mn oil lira' elrnn- , *n. 
tnel X.lrhyn two.rar gar**' pear t.„. 
tea acT.nol alirtpyllng 111 !.» R 3 X .11 

A GOOD ROOMING HOURS FURNIS1I . 
M tin.* tn React., i tl|*| p, ( a Ine-tme 
111* monlhlv Two room* for owner 
Lovely garden M.MS, third r*.h hal- 
#»!«•» montnil B.,* l IN Vtr, nria Pre-. 


LIST YOUR HOME WITH 


• he building* The lanp tx ail c|** r ed 
•no under yulUvaiiim Th# nui'dint’ 
fon*i*t of ultra - modern eigm-rrmni 
xtuer* rqglder.re cnmprij'ag large living 
room aiih fireplace library or den, wall* 
lo-watl rxroei* eablnli kucRan. ihree 
bedroom* down. '»• up doubt* plamninr 
H*»d»ood floor Rgaamenv OtL-O- 
MATIC turn*.* large barn and impte- 
bir.Pl abed four-ronm tenant co'-*g» 
Te-m* 1’ IW) doan ,B*i*nr# *i g- to 

$19 750 

P«r xppnln'meni to view eon'xn 
Mr Clark 0 7171. Rxe E >4*1 


PRQNE ■ M3) 


KII.HHAWK, (he Auctlonerrs 
1115 Fort Nt. r.M» 


IX ROOM BUNGALOW 


CAN YOU BEAT 
THIS?" 


WE HAVE C LI E N TS TO 
-THpqt rROPEHTnpB 
I dt OER TYPE THREE 
HO MR WITH BASEMENT I 
leiWtl-rtntM CAJ5H 

3 FOUR -ROOM COTTA or-WTTR R.ARF- 
WRNT AND SRTLUSION 1100* CASH 
J DUPLEX tN OAR RAY FA HI FIELD 
UP-AND-DOWN r>R SIDE-BY-SIDE 
rniCE FROM 111 00*131 MM 

4 THREE- BFOROOM Ur<Mf jji oAX 

ray iijiwpnVUS Cash 
» WATERFRONT HOME OAK BAY 
GORDON READ TEN MILK POINT 
TWO OR THREE WFPHOOMR AND DEN 
PRirE UP IQ 1 25 Oho CASH 


CITY |i ?ifl rAE*f 
• X* rent on a »»r* ntee fnur 
'Jt-kear n,ing*tnw The |, 
Ixnd.raped *n«1 fenrett T"e 
Inrluoirty k|trh*n r ante n|| 
apnrog four rnr-t* n? wtw»< 
llh lmmedta(r n».'*.*ti-n t* opt* 
A*k fnr Mr Wrieht X «l*i **«. 
Hel.terman * Cn 

A1DW-RV-HTDP WNITI FTlfrro’ nfi* 

contained d.inle* e*rb on,- >, a - -epara,# 

•ntranpe Hying ro- m *"h nrrolgre 
mndarn rahlnat kUrnep. bed beifroetm 
• nd bx’hrnom Natament wth turn.,, 
and taundry t„n. 4 m ,n , g.-,,* f ,, M 
•**E* Ini wllh frttli lean. o Tn »r |>?i 
UiS#**'' 1 ' or "»7»l rv» quick ..tv 

FTRKWOOD AREA FOUR.Ronki q f n. 
■aS-baavalenw . good » A ( *o.i 

*“'fro.a. 

aano * c-».u S bedreom* *i go" 

rwT * T " 1 K * l *' ,r * arrgnva* fn, 

^l m ° r ’ •"'• n ,nl Klieben 

plPre bathrocm Full prtrg t; ten 

n X V v» na . T JJ 5 1 . ,r " P TO* I 

[ ^wA YWE Rf AITY 77# Fan a<revr 

An r ^nJ!, rr> *' , * T " Tn *~ ,,# ^ nc ‘'* 1 ' 
( nn repellent etroveretan Owner* e»iu 

i"'' r ^ p ;i * • 

hep* '*t» -nlrxnr*. 
Fqil tixuat*! Oirotd ronf gnd garage 
" f " W wl'h Xl iw 
dew* call M Waraw. A I la* eve* 


Annual Community 
Auction Sale 


Pelanc, 
rontn 
«" V 175 
full . price 
• artifice Ta*r» heater and 
Nagy bu* gnd 

oaivt 


• BEDROOM 
PRICE FROM 


Fnur-rnnm hungalnw tn verv gnnd rna 
SITirm Nrwly painted Owner need' 


P. R Brown & Sons Ltd. 

1111 SRQAD STREET PHONE O 1P1 


Huofiborrd by tbs 
FARMERS' INSTITUTE 


NO TI* F IB NEK FRY GIVEN )h»* 

e.redt'nrx and tuber* having -lau„x 
again*, tlx# v*t*te at the t'-e. daceateri 
ar* nacaa* rCQUIl.e.* »« aend l hem la 
ihe ,<narr"gned *y<»<iler #t 430 Ra.tin.i 
S'raex Vfr-nrta BC. betnre the t»th 
00) or Mat 1941 after date el,e 

#»e. ,-o, will dlclrlbatr U-e .aid eaialq 
among Ihw parttea •ntlllvd.lberwra ha- in a 
ragaro or tv i*> the ylalm* of which ha 
them ha- nonce 


BRENTWOOD BAY ~COTTAOE AND 
• argtbop two tola (pree ba'h 

iwrt-p-a-e exxin watar *<eytrir ligni 

Cloa# I •b'li .lore, anti oatgt 1)1,15 
Syoxga lUrotng L*n« 

LOVELY FOUR BOOM BUNGAtOW 
W|tp three ptere baGirnam my lor.- 
Utm Full prlrw U *>» Can be had 
with low SOWS payment and term* 

Owner. B I6U, 

IX. 76*- FAIR FIELD FIVE-ROOM BUN- 
ga.aw na baxemeni gowd io-aersty Fnv- 
xea*|«n as dart Pul vnr'h tailing far 
Call Stao Kennedy. BJI0) dayx: rt tao4 
i evening*, R E Heath. 131 Yate* ktrayi 

TRIPIKX TN A FIRST-CLASS NXIGTt- 
, borbood Ownar-x tniie ha* a huge 
room alth "t>»n f,r»o!aee. hoi-water 
0#xr •»» llq.ffc* ewa* tarm. 

R 1733 Jon*. A Bcoti, S3* Yarrow Bldg 

SIX ROOMS FOUR YXARS OLD IN 
Fairfield, near xchcol Newly decorated 
HighR axemen' Hit tv* flnlxhed roam*, 
dnwble plumbing Oll-OMx'lr air (mx- 
din, 'nine Ow ner O 773) 

II 30* DOWN BALAKI 


NEW YORK i Af*i^- Mrs Lpf 
M aseln wav iIvfh a reconi 
52.950 fine Thunulsy lor 519 
traffic violations. KrMsy *he 
was hack In court ssatn 11 
more tickets had be^n over- 
looked. 

Mri. Mogclo, 29-year -old dress 
fTrfrf numpt. wu ordered to 
pay the fine by April 24 or start 
a HR day jail sentence. Sentence 
on the 11 later charge* will be 
impnwtd (lien, 


EMPIRE REALTY 


GORDON HEAD 
4 3-5 Acres. Atl Cleared 
Sea View 


Rithet Consolidoted Ltd. 

'Membor Real Raial* Board nf Emurtgi 
7 W 5 FORT rnwr PHONE B I 3 II 


Ft*4-room btmgainw, xitmfarxabla gnd 
ftexn Ottrkan houaea xaparaxo garxgr 
and workilurp good garden tpare frtiit 
traa* xoiall fewita xhrwb* xyr Mica p*» 
lure land for horxe #r tow TTut it choice 
properly . could be aubdlvldeo Full price 

sio.ooo 

Offer* ran*, AeteiX 


Thursday, April 16 
I p.m. 


AiF.XANDtR WAIJOCR 
R. Me.** • Create Uovgr la***n. (jo* 
Gordon A Saver. Rx* xMtettnrx 


WOT1C1 TO f SX.ntTOWk 

caii 4 anna nmiiiin, rm»*^ 

NOTICE b hereby given mat rrwdlier* 
and atherg tiarit.g c.ximt ggotnal the 
del* uf Ceha Anna Fltigeirkx. lata ml 
Vlrinria BC dauaewlfe. dec-vexed, ere 
here!*) rwt».iUwd to xend them to the 
anderetgne" ewer-utar# a( 13* Vac row 
Building 033 Fn rt street. B C . on or 
before the 4th May itU after which 
date the e*eeuu>f» will dtexrfhute roe 
eefd eext-a ar t toxx* th* parliri enUiled 
i '.ere. a hou-ng reward *nly to Urn 
Claim* of whieh they lhan hare xetlcx 

GEOKO* »n UIM AUOCLAED 
DAV ID NORMAN AtlCKUlND 
HERBERT AUCKLAND 
Fxarxit-ire, 

sClUVAN ft SMITH, BMtetlwrm 


Lvnn Oil Burner for 
Cookxtove 
Hav Tedder 
2 Sets of 3-Sectlon 

Drag Harrown . 

12-fl. Boat, Tnbfrsrd Mntnr 
Cow*. Heifers. Fresh Heifer. 
Milk Goat, Tools, 
Furniture, rtc. 


ROYAL OAK 
2 Acres, I Cleored 

Fruit i ewe* Nn buildhxgl g Tnc 
Fvu nnee j/UL 

—Bias B)l*nd a IJS*. Re* C"H MR 


■L. - KT PR MONTir 

ly. far * •mnd aider-xyne baxement bun- 
gtNrw in Fairfield Immeat*'* noxxae- 
*•«" Owner. B Ilia 


FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 

IW OOVBNWMBNT miEET OWN 


MEHAREY & CO 





FUNERAL HOME 


SIGN OF VA1UE WHIN YOU BUY A USIO CAR— SEE YOUR FORD DEALER 


Daily Colonial Victoria. b.c., Sun., April 12 , i*$3 


35 The Doctor’s Viewpoint 


CCF Approves Plan To Take 
Cost of Education Off Land 


Vancouver Seeks 
Second Owl Store 


mm? 


001ns 


VANCOUVER iCPi — A Delegates will continue con coat of education through direct 
school financing policy aimed at aide ration of the program Sun- grants to school boards from 
eventually taking the cost of day after electing the provincial consolidated revenue and con- 


VANVOt VER (C'Pi. — Atior- Mr. Bonner has a lread y pr 
ney-Generai Robert Bonner Will ised to consider an earlier 
be asked to upon another night quest for another store. — 

liquor store in Vancouver. 

Vancouver police commission TO CH0O8K CANDIDATE 
doc-ldw! on Jho requo.i E'rW.y T h , Siinlch Ptmni 
after a report from police chief tl . , , 

Walter Mulligan that the pres Womens Progressive Cons 
ent store Is Causing n 


prone to develop arterio- 
sclerosis. 

This tendency Is more 
marked after the age of 10 
than before, -»lne»- many per 


ThU vrcktjr column 1* ocmiribu'-cd 
is Ttu Doll? Coloaui ttiiougto lb* 
Rrttllb Columbia M*dic-*l Awori*- 
uon Thr au'.hara ar* anonyiaou* 
M'-mif of grolMMtflnal athlci but 
La «arb cue tbr cootrlbutor la aa 
authority la ih* (laid dlintaueO 


It follows from this that we 
would do well to prevent our- 
helves from gaining weight 
beyond the normal limits for 


of financing education by taxa employed, their 


onsideruhle ative Association met recently 


arte r Lose leroUr heart disease, follow tlia 


literally translated as "harden 


a«sume responsibility in pupils In dally attendance 


Plans for a treasure and trash Stxet t - An l,U ^. rucU,>ftaJ Ing of the arteries ” Is a disease 

Sale to he con veil'd by Mrs 0n a * ,ornale 
Murray Mortindale Were dls- B ,v «n *»y Mrs. W 
cussed at the meeting nf K1- rational chairmai 
wnnlannes held at the home of sion period followi 
• Irs. Thomas Scott. Quadra noun ceil that the 
Street Mrs. Jim Hardy, pres!-! Saanich in the ct 


are thin. 


Other planks included: 

Putting forest lands and cut- 
ting rights under public ow ner- 
ship. 

A province wide automobile 
accident insurance plan to pro- 
vide roverage at cost as well 
as a government system of in- 
surance,. 

A dental college at the Uni- 
versity of British Columbia, a 
revolving fund to provide non- 
interest loans so that "deserv- 
ing'' students may complete 
their education, and a system 
of subsidies and bursaries. 

Aak the federal government 
for more money under the Do 
minion Provincial taxation 
agreement. 


choleMtcrol, which U rather 
The relation between over- unpalatable, U any more 
weight or obesity and arterlo- effective in preventing 
sclerosis apparently depends on arterloacleroala than one 
the blood level of cholesterol merely low In calorie*, 
which occur* in fat people. Many medicines have been 

tried with tlie Idea of reducing 
the tendency to form arterio- 
sclerosis. So far. none have, 
the been definitely shown to be sue-* 
ce&sful in man. In ahimals, 
however, a material allied 
heparin is capable of causing 
In excess was re- the patches of fat dejiosit to be 
for the arterlo- absorbed, 

Recently it has been This is very Important and 
interesting news because it at 
the very best provides evidence 
that this dangerous process can 
be reversed. 


voting was which Is assuming increasing 
Peters, eihi importance each year as other 
A discus ‘■' aus, “* °f death and disability 
, are controlled by public health 

»ndlda“ “ ” r mKllC " 1 

rung* p rovin'- There are several kinds of ar- Cholesterol Is a rather complex 

fw chosen at * osls but the Important fatty substance which appears 
i vent Ion at kind t,ie on * w ^ ,c ^ attacks in the patches of arteriosclerosis 
,! u w s the arteries of the brain, hearl and which circulates in 
1 ‘ ‘ and extremities, blood attached to protein. 

I The lining of the artery be ! It* was formerly thought that 

comes thickened and patches of the piere Ingestion of fat and 
fafty tissue appear under the cholesterol 
.▲a ^ thickening. Often the whole area sponsible 
" I I ^ ulcerates leaving a raw surface sclerosis. 

exposed to I he blood stream, found that we can manufacture 
The effect of this condition Is to cholesterol from simple com 
cause narrowing of the calibre pounds with astonishing speed 
r * of the arteries, thereby reducing so that the Intake of cholesterol 

the blood supply to the organ previously present in food has 
ing the city ai/ected, little bearing on the blood level 

-When the lining become* of cholesterol or the develop 
roomi) roughened or ulcerated. It In mPnt arteriosclerosis. 
1001119/ vite, the deposit of a blood | The fault seems to be In the 
I clot. This completely obstructs manner 


. . . to serve with dignity and beauty- always. 
At no time does creed or price n^ake any 
difference in the high standards we uphold in 
our service to families when in need. 


WOOD -SPECIAL 3 DAYS — WOOD 


No. 1 Fir Wood, stove lengths, very easy to split. Good for 
kitchen, fumaae. heater and all-around use. Best wood In 

town. 2 cords fl 1 4 cords fan 

Also 2- Ft. Fir for Drum Furnace and Fireplace 
2 cords 911 
rwurniATr dbuvskt 

O.K. FUEL 

Come and aee this wood at our yard and office. 

7B0 TOPAZ Q 2452 


in which the body 
handles cholesterol from any 
source. What the mechanism 
of this error may be remains to 
be shown. Apparently It is re- 
lated at least to the general 


1*M Quadra at Balmoral Night or Day Phone G 8611 


problem of obesity 


THURS. and FRI. EVENINGS, 7.30 
ON VIEW WED. — 9 A.M. to 9 P.M 


Amerii-an client t<» remove from storage, and other clients 
We will “ sell in our Sa lex rooms, 

I-arge Interesting < ollectlon of 

JEWELRY PICTURES 

SILVER CHINA 

GLASS BRASS 

COPPER OLD LACES 

SHEFFIELD PLATE PF.RSIAN RUGS 

LIVING ROOM - DINING ROOM - DEN 
AND BEDROOM FURNITURE 

Rome of the Items featured In this sale: Diamond Rings, 
npprox. 20 antique Broaches, bracelets. Pendants, etc., with 
precious an<< aemkpreclnus Stones Vldorlnn Silver Tea Serv- 
ice, Geo. and Vir. Flatware. Geo. Sliver Teupot. pair Shera 
Inn Knife boxes, pair Sheraton Knife Urns, fine Snuff Mull, 
fine Pictures, such as 2 Indian Heads hv N de Grandmaiaon. 
water colors by A U. Leighton. Hurkeit Foster RWS. II. W. 
R Davis. F. J, Seguin'), Oil Painting attributed to C, 
Krleghoff. by J T. Billings • noted Californian >. T. H. Manly, 
RMA, Baxter ami Sporting Prints, etc., lovely.. Occasional 
Tables., Carved Mahog. Sideboard, sets of Dining Chairs, 
Occasional Chair*. Sheraton Bow-Front Chest of Drawers 
and others, English Sntimvood Card Table, fine ShajMMl Top 
I-ind Tahle, Davenport Tv-yR. Canterbury. Victorian Lady and 
Gentleman Chair low Chinese Coffee Table, pair Blue Grass 
Girandoles, many pieces of Old Spoile, Wedgwood, Dresden, 
Derhy, Dotllton. Important Sjnide Dessert Set. etc. Large 
selection of Persian Rugs, all sizes, Fireside .Sets, etc 


EDMONTON <CPi - Henry 
Young, president of the 
Farmers’ Union of Alberta, 
Saturday urged the federal 
government to "forget*’ about 
an international wheat agree- 
ment for the present and "let 
the Canadian Wheat board sell 
our wheat to the best 
advantage." 

He said In a press release that 
western farm unions oppose 
Canada entering a new IWA on 
the basis of the terms an- 
nounced in Washington earlier 
in ihe week. 


cwsritMi victo«4 


< FILING PICK K LOW 

"The proposed celling price of 
$2 05 l.s far too low to hind our 
farmers to accept for a period 
of years," Mr. Young said. ’Tills 
| is actually only 19 cents over 
the ceiling of the old agreement. 

"As to thr 1 floor price of $1.55. 
this is Just five cents over Ihe 
floor In effect during the first 
year of the old wheat agree- 
ment. This floor is not worth- 
while_ protection for western 
farmers who .ire forced to pay- 
inflated prices for all goods 
necessary to their business," 

Mr. Young said the farm 
unions will insist on no separate 
deal with the United Kingdom, 
which refused to accept the 
Washington proposals. 


BOAT AUCTION 

Tuesday, April 28 


By courtesy of Mr. DAKKR SCOTT, this large general Boat 
Aurtliin will he held nl the 

OAK BAY BOATIIOISF. 

Clients wishing to enter their boats in this Sale must irintact 
Mr Rex Jackson of Maynard & Sons, phone G5921 Full par 
ticulars of each boat and view times will appear later. 

NOTE: Good boating and fishing equipment, outboard and 
inboard engines acceptable. „ 

ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE OF THE SIR ERNEST 
WIILOUGHBY PETTKR RESIDENCE IS NOW AVAILABLE. 

MAYNARD A SONS 
Auctioneer* 

733 Johnson St 


Ga ov»f Ford of your cholca corofulty ... 

compare all the features of Ford — the safety . \ 

of Full-Circle Visibility ... the convenience of V 

Centre- 1 ill Fueling ... the comfort of foam rubber \ * t 

•eat*- the unmistakable quality in every detail \ 

of workmanship and style. You’ll be convinced 

that this is your year to change to Ford. \ . 

WK*f» you try Fo»d’« "Wondw lid*" . , . you’ll SCO V 

how\t smooths out the roughest road— how efficiently \ 
it handles in traffic- how easy it ts to park. Chock 
the ride before you decide and you’ll buy a Ford f 

T««»-Drivs ih v-i tmoothnsic —for Ford has ihe 
high-compression Strato-Sur I10-Hp. V-8— the type of 
engine that powers the finest cars. And Ford gives you 
a choice of three drives— Fordomatic*, Overdrive* or 
Synchro-Silent Shift. Yes' Check the difference and you'll join 
the swing to Ford! When Ford offers you ro much more . . . 

WHY TAKE LF5S THAN THE BFST? 


The North Sea floods In Hoi 
land early In 1953 drowned 
more than 50,000 rows, pigs 


G 592 1 horses and sheep. 


In Other Words 


Saving you have WE.STINGHOU.SE 
TELEVISION frnm KENTS is another 
way nf saving Jfau have the best At 
Kent’s we know of the quality built 
Into every Westinghouse model . ^ . 
we know also that anv set is only a* 
good as the installation and •s’rvioe 
behind It For that reason our tech- 
nlrans have been trained in the West- 
Inghouse factory so that you an* as- 
sured of the best when you give 
\Ve*tinghouse a te*t w 


i f tBD with the finest 
PRICE© with the lowest 


West inghouse 
Television 

Models Q.V> 

from 0 I %7 


YOUR FORO DEALER, WILL GLADLY ARRANGE FOR YOU TO, 


National Motors Ltd 


See before you buy . . . 
ask about nur home demonMraflon plan 


819 YATES ST 


G8177 








36 Daily (Xolonint Victoria, I.C.. s«. t April 12, i*S3 


Story of Dog Rivals Cinderella 


up with what Is figured to he a 


Vanmuvfr TLC ■’»>un» 


meeting 


in my long #'xperi*ncc around 


Rin-Tln-Tln. Then, after aiij "J might add. right here. tha> 
auspicious build-up. the onw-jthe same goes for HO per rent 
wow fades into private life of the country's pet owners, 
after hi* first movie Dog* aren't made to mind. They 

Still, the movie-makers never soon know they're boss and 
stop trying. Right now. at they get away with murder, so 
Universal-International, still to apeak " 

proud of the phenomenal sue- Dog trainers catering to th~ 
ces» of Francis, the mule, and film studios scout behind the 
the late Bonzo, the chimp, scenes for months before a bjg 
they’re holding their breath. .movie goes into production. 

I hey think they've finally They watch schedules . closely 
landed the dog of the decade and when something like ’’Back 
maybe of the generation, even! to God’s Country,'' with its 
He'?* a Great Dane named heavy demand for all kinds of 
Baron and he’a latched onto the animals, turns up. they start a 
big canine role in the new ver- mad race to get their charges 
sum of James Oliver Curwood’s into the money 
Back to God's Country." The East smoked out the news 
fantastic *tory of Baron's “dls- late last summer and Immedl- 
covery" make* Cinderella's ex- ately knew that his dog would 
plolts seem pale by comparison, have to he an unhappy one, 
Baron, who plays the most cringing when beaten early In 


opposition delegates claiming Tuesday; Division 276 CBRE, 
that the TLC is “politically Thursday. Ijibur Council. Wed- 

Independent.” nesday. 

The stand of candidates on 

the Island already has hern About joo. 000 tons of fish *n- 
mentinned for a possible survey nU ally are taken from the great 
by the Victoria body and some n f Cambodia in Indo-Chlna. 
action may tie taken Wednesday 
evening. 

Scheduled to appear at the 
meeting is Gordon Cushing, 
secretary -treasurer of the 
Trades anti Labor Congress of 


this town." 

* East began naming Baron 
with the "knowledge that the 
Great' Dane originally was bred 
a*» a gua.d and hunting dog and 
has remained -o for centuries 
Therefore, the dog* first in- 
stinct was one of protection. 

lie had felt with hi* first 
owner that he was the master 
of the property arid the children 
whom he loved. He tried to 
growl and snap ail *i ranger* 
away. 

Flaying on this characteristic. 

East and his assistant. Al Yank, 
made themselves ‘'victim*" of head 
Barun for a week They ended neck, 
with plenty of blood spilled and but 
sore arms, hut Baron finally Baton 
, knew he had found a master. 

"We wrapped our arm* 
cloth.'' said East, “and bull 
Mm into attacking us. Insti 


before I got him and Mill keep in a board a want for the union eoast uprra 

him congenial," stating that it* members should ,or, ‘- 

A few vital statistic* on thi* t * ril1 1,11 larger than a Four major demands will lie 

promising dog the j arRPM Quarter inch among the demands sought this 

ever to play a top movie role MaaWaUta. through counsel year. They are a 15- rent an 

might be in order: Baron <M ‘ or Kf K - Gregory, will *e**k hour wage increase; »ix paid 

weighs close to 170 pounds. Is * declaration that their om- statutory holidays; fare allow- 

almost six feet tall standing *] vr * ,hrm ,,M ' H * h * *° enre« for logger* to and from 

on his hind leg* and has a “ r , , ho,r * f® r . the job and n full union *hop. 

mouth cavity measurement of n “ ,h ‘" rry h> the TH* wage increase, with the 

11 Inches from bottom to top nine rent cost of-living bonus 

law In front, when open. An ln )uncllon will la* sought added to the basic rate $1.59. 

“h .,1 the rich i si/c for mv r *™ ni " kn * ,h »* btillermaker* Number llf paid *, a i„,or> holt- 
Just til right sue f r m> union | ron , |„| P , Bring with the (tjlVH W0 u!<l »>«■ doubled bv the 
all the way down to the machl „i.,*' contract. .„ d a sec * 

" remarked Cochran sourly, on<l injunction will he sought 

*1 the same time giiing restraining VMD from Imple * 

a conciliatory pat. mentlng ihe board'* award. Results of balloting among 

Certain that Baron will score It will be pointed out that the 30.000 memlior* of the Interna- 
heavily with audiences and that sward take* work away from lional Woodworkers of America 
he will prove a profitable addi- the CCL union when It was not is expected lo he announced 
tlon to the studio'* -already a party to the arbitration board, bv the district council on 'April 
thriving meatferie. U-l official* a * * 2X. 

have taken an option on the Carl Winn, international The balloting is for election 
hound for six more features, i treasurer. of the International M top officer* of the union. 


For STOMACH 
DISTRESS 


TLC local* meeiing thi* week 
include musician*, today; boiler- 
makers. painters, presumed, 
bricklayers, automotive work- 


11 OW AVAILABLE /4JGt1 
IN TRIAL-SIZE reclu] 
BOTTLE. ..S3. 25 -3^^ 


1*lt I nut I Vi 

ftm 001*1 Ihoiil r_^~ *~ 

HU’.U T mla \ . ^ 

Sa(i»/(rlinn t.mmriiroi 


DOUGLAS AT FISCARD 


Store Hour* 


Wednesday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. — Phone E7I11 


Feat her weigh t A hi m in urn 

6-Piece Lawn Ensemble! 


22 Down! 

$ 5 Monthly 


• Tilting Umbrella! 

• Steel Table! 

• Four Chairs! 


A special introductory offer of Summer furniture by 
Featherweight Aluminum! A complete lawn furnishing 
enisemble at a special low price! Convenient ensemble 
comes in Blue, Red or (ireen. Large tilting umbrella, sturdy 
steel table and four aluminum chairs. Cash price 


Adjustable Sun Cots it 

Jamaica Style 

w Down 


Here's real comfort! Showerproof felt 
mattress mounted on 1-inch aluminum tubing 
frame. Adjustable back, and 
rubber wheels for easy moving. J\CA 
Blue, Green or Red mattress. 

Cash Prioe - + 0+0 

Canopy, extra, 5.95. 


Monthly 


Aluminum Garden Units 


Bucket Chairs 


Sif outdoor* in comfort thi* Summer! Planter*' 
chair in C.reen, Red or Blue! 0^5*1 


For quantity buying! Specially priced! 
of Blue, Green, Yellow, Red. 

Each 

Smaller size available 


Choice 

I *«* 


PIAV Furniture. Fourth Hnnr 


Wooden Deck Chairs 

Hardwood frame* with heavy-duty canvaa. 
Deck chair* complete with canopy Qttt 
and foot rest. 9 

Other, at 3.50 to 6.95 


Canvas Hammock Couch 

In heavy striped canva*. ~ Make* a com- 
fortable addition to your lawn "VQ.Mi 
furniture. Cash Price (9 

7*e Vflmthir IAV fnmltor*. fourth floor