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VICTORIA, BRITISH < OIT MBIA, SI MDAY, MA 


NO. 119— MNfcn -SEVENTH *EA* 


I* ( I.NTI Bl SO** 


Cliiang Would Go Along 


Little Leaniers Enthusiastic 


Ready To Abide by Cease-Fire 


Moves Made Toward Peace 
But War in Strait (/ties Or 


Boss Defends 
'Schoolboy 

%/ 

Assessors ' 


WASHINGTON l API 'Hu- 1 ri 1 1 • •< 1 Si.it.- has 
received indications ih.it Nationalxl China drooutu »■ 
tint abide hv an\ trasc-fin* . i r» ■ * r n ♦ • n t whirh the l S 
may he able to n>-cofi.ih with !<•■•!( hin.itoi i hr 1 i>i mu - 1 
Strait 


Bcliellion ( hercoim 


four trams in the Kxjuim.dt lracu* 
there an* in t tie two nth< r 1 i 
I .c,u;iics play me m 'tie . it > flu V 
( ans and the Nationals. 


Workout tin the diamond at Bullen 
Park was held yt-lerdas hv thi- eaRer 
group of \ouny tiall players who arc 
part of the new and • nt hu-iast ir 
1-Nqmmalt Little 1 ^ragin' 'there are 


l nder Itomic t thick 


Voluntary Public Compliance 
Key to Evacuation Success 


gnten s 
[// Tote 

Horn b , s 


^•d BVi h pi »no» 
a Jg|ve ’ In i-Of 

OutcVly ending 

*41* 

Gen Thom*« t* W ' 
\ • e ihi/f •> f • » * f f 
new • ir for<e '*> n rp » 
1»<di *\ aircraft 

* th rlihe a 1 mu . 

* i»rrtr w •-•* |k*ti 1 > 

l >)4 Mf I'wntfltli ' a 
’a' »n\ tfniihin *i->' i 
tll< a'a’cment* of,r 
0 m r f tn a que ' 
r i ^ nal dem >• i i 


rei^ 


\tom Parley 

lo Plow Lid 


t « r n h nw nr « 

' i .ova |W. >k do O 
etuphasim* air 
atomic weapon* 
l Art i|i e« a r rn \ 

at r ope' ' ' 


Social Credit Theory Same 

a 

\s Soap- Maker 's Coupons 


Thousands (Tire Lives lo Christ 
4.s Graham Lads Glasgow Grusadi 


Gl.ASt ;OW 1 Al 1 Th.t*xa"it* one’ tr»ik arntir d Op 
mar* Med f.rnxnl with tear* hlil ! I roo mm . -tmo next 

and tm.le* Saturday night •« th#y p>n,rM m mn wore* 

ana hundred* until the 'ra.k 
liilh l.raham awopt hi* hand* fll ^, W1 . h , r 

*>nf' and *atd hooae >nu thia Ar * ln the rhn , r ‘ 

da\ gl\-r >nur life to « hrntL- I^rjh S^*»V »ty>* tf,, r «-; 

4. :;. ^ T ' , 

tut brought ht« «l» *)***!, Soot K "'*** nrw *r Mn m 
tuh rniudt tn * climax tytorr Graham himaelf ttood rigid 
more than 100 nm peraon* at hi* head bowed 
Hampden Park Stadium WfTNR KSKS 

In the gloaming. Graham held Then ha told 'fvw who l ad 
• loft the Hlhle and told the v%«t , otna forward >hat t hoy ron-.t 
•multiturta to make a rrtigu.ua n^a tn thnw Wiv l.v M n 

rtmlaion now Softly thr 4 tHkl w gnra* for < hri«t lip 
voire* tn tha choir hrhlnd hint that th«* appltrd at thrir pla. r* 
»ang “Oh I .amt) of <*od 1 of work to thair nrighhnr 
CftlW " ’ t>i>ir home* 


Leu* \lm.y Uerrlojinwnl 


pm < 1 ir ipHnp hoforg 
.od into • sa labor 


I > h Mi. Kan/»a of tha Vary 
fin vrr «• hor 1 tv- .a r d comment. 

. - vr w ■ plea for 

aim u of t individual atkad 
How ran *» develop lea d er* 
and devaiop indxtdual diaraa 

•or i •* —'if ir;* 'ivnrrnw ded 

riaawe* * 

It# »a d ’ i« aro.jp Narked the 
-po* • f reliKhnn of *i/e of 


fieo rider* thoae 


m* Vo 


their *’ >A * nn • ■ K good {>e<>ple and if up hm' 

hltnan cootact*. Ha told rep r*«en 1 atl ve* of pood pe..pie we mu«t ma*»e ^ u# * ^ 

F*rller firaham had explained hu«ine*«. labor and edtiratkon at *hem better ^ f * 

tha* ♦<» become a C hti«tian In B ^ffranc* at the fnlveraity It* *aid educator* m,i*t battle ^ ^ f ^ a * s 

wdved an ad of will and ,.,d , what ta needed la more ,H# ,ow " r ^ * ear* m ‘he 

'There 1 * a lonely arena where ^ ’ton and work tnw» r *k* »he 

the great eat battle of all mu.t ,ra, _ n>n « r " ?h ^ ' hJ,n Vvetnpn* em of the manv *Wd v 

he fought And that arena la nva*« development human being, the individual. In V no% ed k »-ed * p*-i a 

four heart." i The chief aim of edor at mo the mat* of ■erdenta. wem ir*n -he ahor rrar«p- > 


n»H< im> k H«nn> 


S\ p » a *n j»*e 


■•tng tn la’er dtw*i««ion* R V 

■a- no Robin tor a delegate of the 
Hinf anadia/t M»nt)fadtir* r s A« 

• «d infu'mn «a -d 'hinga ar* made 
•** • o ea«% for •* h«ioi •*«.-lenr« 


p*.i«/.ry miM'ary training tr laaaea 




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iiatli| (Colonist Victoru, b.c., Sob., May 1 , iass 

ALL ABOARD 

Spi//i C. E. Mortimore 

m 

news reports of the 1911- 18 war make silly 
reading today, when you look them up in the 
'<• No doubt a man who fought in the 1914-18 
war would find those reports silly, too. 

Our own well-intentioned propaganda showed 
the Germans alternately as fools and monsters, and 
sometimes as both fools and monsters at the same 
time 

There were reports of "mere boys" serving as 
German soldiers. Sometimes the fart that Germans 
u^ed surh striplings in their army was taken to 
me&n that Germany was getting desperate for man- 
power, and -Would soon f^i).^ 

At other times, the presence of l>oy soldiers was 
Interpreted as a not hef Indication of German brutality. 
Thoce people are so cruel that they drive children 
into the trenches at bayonet point, if was said. 

And yet. on our side, hn«- many men wangled 
their way into the army at the ages of 14, 15 and 
1h. When the army -as it did sometimes— learned 
their true age and sent Ihem hojne, they were hailed 
Iprr their daring. They deserved it, too But nobody 
on the home front suggested that the brutal British 
nrmv, or the inhuman Canadian army, was driving 
children into war to l>e shot.'. 


The people at home also read about the helpless. 
German soldiery (including a high percentage of 
children t who were herded into the battle /one like 
so n1an\ sheep, never knowing where on the front 
they were ‘(going 

German snldtdrs were automatons, ignorant of 
high strategy 1 , not even knowing the time of day. 
So the propagandists said 

• Veil perhaps they were subject to more inten- 
sive 'disrinlincv than the Allied troops were. Rut 
after nM, hmv manv nf ihe Allied generals mnfided 
their plans to the Tommies*’ Our soldiers, like the 
German soldiers went where they 1 were told 1 11 
bet they often didn't find out where they were going 
until they arrived, and sometimes not even then. 

* * *' 

Tn the minds -of our people, the enemy was 
carefultv "dehumanized '* -Such an attitude ser\ed 
Its purpose during the war. It helped steel mdn for 
a -job that had to lie done the nasty job of killing 
Germans 

Tn picture the Germans as a gang of sub-human 
brutes, rather’ than as people who had wives and 
rhddrcn, went on pit nws. sang over their beer and 
kri**tt at church that made the job easier 

* * * 

Rnaie jteople are busy the^r days dehumanizing 
♦he p'l'-ians caricaturing them as apes and robots. 
The Bulans, on their side, are husy dehumanizing us. 

The Russians, perhaps, don’t know any better 
than tn accept the stereotyped pictures of Westerner* 
1 -rded <t^em hyphen* slave p»e*v Rut we do know 
1 Me- n"t forget that the Russian* rib matter 

hoe wrong their politics and no matter how vile tj\eir 
leaders, are human Usings 

And if we ran Jmd a wav to convince the Rus- 
sian* that vve are human t^'ings. too. let's do *o 
while we have time 


The Doctor's Viewpoint 

Causes of Convulsions Vary 


Centenary Celebrated 


if 1. 19S5 



'Thu rolumn U pifwnlfJ b* Th« D*ll» talon la I 
In uprr.l.nn wllh lh« B( Mrdlrsl Asasrlsllftn. 
Vlthonch Ihe author af earh article la an aulharlly 
<*n Ihe field tflacnated, profeaalonal ethic* dictate that 
he remain antninuii. ) 


the first time there is usually a feeling nf 
fear and dismay which is often greater 
than the case justifies. 

In order that fears may be set at rest 
it Is necessary to understand something 
of the causes of convulsions and at different 
age groups these are likely 
to be different. 

For instance, in a new- 
born baby damage at birth 
is most likely to be to 
blame. Between the years 
of two and five, convul- 
sions are commonly due to 
fever which In turn ij* associated with an 
acute infection. BeVond age group 

ferbile convulsions are less common and 
we have io consider a state known as 
epilepsy. 

Epilepsy is divided into two types Petit 
Mil and Crand Mai. In the first instance 
the child stops whatever he is doing for a 
brief moment, seems completely unaware 
of his surroundings and then continues as 
if nothing had happened. 

These fits may not he noticed for a while 
but when diagnosed this condition is best 
treated by sedatives designed for this 
disease The major epileptic fit on the other 
hand is something that cannot he missed 
and Its occurrence is always ohvious to 
other people 

Apart from the advice given below for 
the emergency treatment of a fit its treat 
ment should consist of proper investigation 
as to the possible cause followed by the 
controlled use of thp correct drugs 


Sometimes in infants and small children 

a form of convulsion occurs which is know n 
as the breath holding spell. These tend to 

tne^Ar^hahl^tf^^Teer^nier^h^child is 
thwarted- and cues furiously 

What really happens is that he breathes 
so deeply in his crying spell that he does 
not take another breath until he relaxes 
and falls semiconscious from lack of oxygen. 
Tins relaxation of course allows him to 
take a fuither breath 

Just occasionally br eath folding leads *o 
a true convulsion but it is rare The only 
thing to bear in mind is that these children 
may prove tb be a behavior problem in 
later life 

The emergenry treatment of a convulsion 
consists in first of all making sure that the 
child has an airway clear and that the 
tongue does not f.«|l backwards and block 
.the passage of air This is Ix-st achieved 
by putting some mlnde siuh .is a wooden 
spoon between the teeth and holding the 
tongue forw aid ^ SecnrTv . tele;.‘ .,r«. your 
doctor for I u r tin t instructions 

If he 1 - not immediately available arid 
t he child is feverish it is w ,«> r f , trv to 
reduce the fever by sponging down with 
com water or better still nibbing alcohol 
if it is available To do tins sponging 
properly means taking off a! ca.th apply 
lng the water with the hands and allowing 
It to evaporate fr m the child'* >k in The 
proeesv is repeated until the fever is reduced 
Such (*o evulsion- ,, n . uMioliv over hv the 
time som 1 1 1 n • 1 1 . r .,n v*-*. , p.jld is 

Usually sound ., . , p l it , , u ,se If tb,. 
child IS ,, known eralrpt,. v o,, j- ',.e| 
corfiiient enough ? . de .1 w *■ m, - * ; , n 
>olirself and feed - * |. or i h,.. r •• o; •, ■ >, 

C: '! f i Vo .r rioi 'or 



T ICO j? 
For 


>li«vv 

down 


14. •'* 


Two men 
hanged for 

murder ol an elderly 
ese grocer. \h W ing. Hi 
filed appraK from ct>n- 

the • ,,t I n maid Keith 

< athro. .'h. will open tn 
B < . < i Min of ApiM-al here 
\\edn>s<ta\. Ni» date has 
been s,i r, , r < bow Bew. 43. 

Both are under sentence 
to In hanged June 21. 


See |)r. Hanley's 
GARDEN PROGRAM 

on 

KING-TV 

MONDAYS • 1.15 PM. 


ALASKA 

FISH.FERTIUZER 


re® jsmrjsi. 

NO MSN OOOR 

I |V Co SfjttU ^ »•! |t 


Youth (loos honors for air 
as Gas Ip Warshawski and 
Joan ("ampin*!! cut cake 
celebrating YWi'A's 1 < n »t h 
anniversary. Thev pinch- 
hit fat tw.*- «4«lcst mem- 
Im-is, Mrs Aaron Parfitt 
and Mrs. K \Y Whil- 
lingtdnn. 


YWCA Enters Second Century 
Aiding Girls Away from Home 


BY DAM!) BROWN 


Today as in is: 


- 1 


in Vi » 1 1 

i Tjyw'women, unknown to each and in London ani cities p. ovr 
idther. felt concern about the 60 other crtuntries. the III . Ii 
I welfare of girls |rav ng home for angle of the Young Womens 
work in the cities at a time when Phrlstian Ass<>. , «* u, , . * w , 

| the Industrial re\e nation was come Sign for gtr.s of ail t,-<»*s vvjr 
gaimnjp ffiommtum in Fnglan 1 and «re»ds away from or uii.i ) 

1 '■ t vr-.irs ago From a • luster oyt hJTft.es f,.f 


A < , n 


past the 


Carden A ales 

Mock Orange 




of praver cir. ><» foimdi i hv 

M’ S F mm* Bohirts a • I host id , fries to meet the needs of wo 
snarled by Ladv K.nnaiM an men ,ir:d girls bv pr «vllmg a 
organ! Mt.nn, u?M*d fr, ' ! w'/h p|., e to | r\ # find file* Bmp 
Christian Ideals h ,s grown to , „. d , p H n£; I( , 

emhra.f the worl 1 w ik t r and some’dltig t’ 

HK< ONI) I KNTI MY Mig to 

As National YWCA \V»ek due fir«* t o •di..” V 
draws In a c • »e. the uo| I, ao f.mr lr 1 m >• .b 

Womens organization •’ l 1 * -1 ' 1 1 wen'v five viai - 
moves Into a sec ono century of t'anada Joined the Y'i 
persona! and community vrv Ice World Asaov la’i f * • - *t r 


‘Necklights' Protect 


cd ' .i '-.if B; -hr t Y ir | 

Norway a hi I Sweden In 

: i i' N i 1 io' . a ( . u; , was 
i: ’ - I vv.tr. he. i lip utr • m 
I 's. ■ i g i 1 if two world 
‘ ll! -' ' c YiU A *. * up 

'■ ' I I • > V. . •n-l es 

v. a; workers and x- rvice 
r s 


YWr\ wemti 

BlBI.r. t.KOI I* 

Th* 1 V tot i bra- 
il J \r i >-s i g "fj , 
l PI. IP - f \ re 


W is h- r ’ 

e v> a - 


he 


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li . 


A 


be* 


1 ’ e 


I a • i k 


travel, r* and passengers leas 
■ g t-iats 1 lie ib- k to fed 

* 'cl loop • l..-f children lost 

P iirnl' give direr tior.s I . t*-i 

V a* I a d s k tras e!i’| s s. 

• ne v p i y (' <a r d a t-- i* ea i , ■, . r 

r- a l 1e an an fiu a roe at t‘<* 
" k for • mer g* • • n v < • *-*■* - - 

.• o»f v ■ h. c f he g.r's a 

’ * 1 1 i v i • t A 1 1 • 1 - 1 1 i v i 

• ail »• i- ir Is - i r ge r» 

i <• *• I d t 1 e n • .si p. r , sf i-o 

’■ l • *s w * i w - .*• <1 r. M r, 

' 1 fl e I |.| i. \ „ ,.\Vr 

'I'M \t TIN ITIf •** 


excu sim: at c. i. M(IH)\veli/s 


Folium LAWN SPRAY 


Take it i-a.sv I* 1 
i/c vour lawn 
-I. 1 JMJt'/ll k 
floods vour i 
n o u r l s h m e 
thr ough the le c 
(hr- *?r Tn arid 
n- *s N Was!- 
n irk nod I'gcr 

we t a k- . .ir e of 

r\ er- thing 


Sr* I «»< u«« 

IWrii i « - »fn; 
•Oh IciIIih 



FOR l»t M!l>. K-sriMATK — I’llON K 

c. j. mcdowell 

Oil nisi Hint TOMS | Til. 

1000 Douglas *1 'ret 1‘honr 5 41.1* 


/r/u/u/rj — 

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t-r 


Ad 



ers 


Pur \r • 


t-r 


the 


BN 'I N f lit sN| r. 4 M II** M n'r.oa f ig’ovr a-lvrrt 

I'runlnc Mock ftrsner N1 *» n - ,X't y < »• » • g .<■« w 1 1 

1l.fr V . -v T- r • • • - . ■ + 

thin r, r g rf 'd hr so. hr* f 1 

M<vk (trif rr letf • t- ■- e in laf* 

Jure nr rarlv 1 v s'* rt flower 
|r g i i ■ * the f , .w ering 
twigs --n w ir h there apr b-’ 
he sit h \ >n»uvg shoots start ng 

Bn-1 »h<vr*‘ n *”V ver\ b-ng 
»bo..t« to mave fhr bu*h s ,ap»’!*. 

I f s -- • it»o. t es pe- • v or 
yours * .-h * • flower t'm \f\r 
you nm I ss-trirn rt« f.-i t r u 
povs' tn half their prr srpt p - g»s 
V% Ire fr* NeUing * 1.111 
Vl. t.iT'a • i Mi keo w re r. 1 " 

Is quite fta*l«fa- »*-rv for «i»|v 
porting jft*as snd f r «v»eet 
pea«t I'v T*^e . • ly lu ~ f i 
h»ve tn v» »*rh Is *o «<**■ t -s » ,* 

Is esr^'o-t In the vXe.Vh.r f r a 
few wrrki be (ope tbr \ vr-s are 
trttlred fttainst |t Hrtr-d n<w 
wire reriing fresh fr. m tr-e fa. 

Intv N f-s t.s p mis 

Dfthllft Fertlllin » *- t N *• 

InriA I A g'-wxl fertilizer f..r 

riahluui |s »' n»rts f And 

horn meal 2 parts super phna 

pha’e and 1 P n a*e r.f ennuSh tn handle 

P" f A*h MIX Info the snil at tbe r kr lawn sl'e f or ireb 

rate of N. cupfuls per aquarr r R . h way T*v*% w<I 

yard a week hef..rr planting 

Deformed FonkMe — P. 1 . K 

Dunean » I ha 


*ed 

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Al rKI.AND, \ 7. (NANAI — Aurklaml’a dogs 

are tar be prmhird aisn.nl pmtestion Against errant 
driv era. 

IW-caiiae of a mounting nightly toll among tbr 
fit>'» rnnioe population, municipal authorities have 
ordered that a pies r nf the reflector tape us*-<| on 
autnmolulea t»e attar brsl tn rach animal 

The doga won't exactly have tailliglils, however. 
The reflectnra will t»e fixed to their collars. 


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MOTHER Nv 
DM 

THE REST 
In NOT 
T t Ml (.(Min 

EOK MOM 


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in m.j l ever 

• vil t r r ; »c »‘e »- I 
l ar.( T* e lnwer par* 
pike is kr »n-. n* b* *■ 

F-.xgl ■ v r Yhur i *r tip p»m*|s»s 
it n r irr*^r of f re’s gr - » 
together to rr.akp a rr-''-s‘rr 
h - om twn*ed ir 1 9vt--r’ed I* 

I « ,v ( , rfn'r*.b « r*-r*hng *k.n 
: i 4 t w . hi v |r-J .- i f 

I 1 s*~'s gr -w n fr m aeert tskyn 
f» m »fe • • pP'e-l pa.e-t m .» 

"t mwv t . a r V tie 

. t , r , r - f ... , RF.< ORDHI TT'O tRATI Rf.a 

l.r.i u -I . »rr\ *he f |.r| s’e<t High NT I dva- ’ 41 

b , . m r n ’hr tip r>f f'-e « !■ r 


leather Forecast 


'III' It P s t . k » \\ 


OVER 300 
VARIETIES 


FROM 15 YEARS 
OF COLLECTING 


VN mils 


May I. I!*M 

'h.V-ge in 
w r • • r f , v 

• C I f ' ftf’er r-- 
\^«erdav VI e-mra 
Vi fri".gr« rr«^ipTt1*!nn pp 
Mncifav nii'lrs k r*vs'!v • irCv 


M • 

•emperan 

, --ah ne 


Pss 


I hiiwnulf f a n 

Ban T'-e ti»- 

• ii it. i»h a rbamnm 
t-irtrui seeds and 

' h.r t> ( r. tr-t d f j't 

• imp . - m a preps 
b^' ouib .s XI, w 
dt > ,s 1 j in.*h iU--; 
tn* ^es sr*rt In 
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W hen the 


w rr 


PRT 

u j v t 
lav* n l« 
her sow 


rd * r sejy 
th .n* \ in 
»r*d f.wir 

' free we.l 


KOKr.t AtvT Tr'IF'tMM! Kf.s 

High VI l >iw u 


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-r* *'p t.< g 

p art nut n 
inches apart 
way w<H sprevl 

snd kn.i tngr'her in due morse 

V Wii take aboi|f • ue »n K rr a 
seen the ne* E'e<l "nr r and m the mrsniime 
weeding r-m* b*. d- r* bv h*r,v 
i mi ran t msp ; ( p' en it 
I'miMry Maanre if p 
^Asnir*- i. Y. ti ran A.r dr\ >nur 
pnul'rv manure r,.. sp*rsdirg p 
on flat hoard* nr 'ravs *pd 
p.arlpg these rip the rafters 
near Ibe rnof nf the henhnuae 
When dry plue In a str-uf sack 
a-d k 'ea* V tn powder with a 
baseball hat and sfnre dry for 
Number nf unemployed " ,r * q,, 1e dreasirg fn grrrn 

women in (.rea'er \'»r*nrta mn r T p! i '" T * 

tlnued t rs Imrease this work but T' 1 ’’’'-d It la easier and 

thor* were Indlratiors of early h ^ ,, *’ r ’boupb. t*. mx it with 
Imprmtment the National Fm JW **' M rr Ported n r use 

plovment Office said \eatrrda> ,f M * n * rrflr,Mf In *he mm 

p< .sf heap 

C A , Mu*r oir,,-* nw. 0 ,*-., Pnu „ ^ 

“ M ,h ' n "^L "1 m- pu«t iom .. i, 

wonyn i^*~l hy V. y*r ih. ,„ w n 

pn-Mcu. w~k hut .,1*4. ->h-n-_ pU .„ „a; ^ ta , .uppt'm.m 

nf a little aulphate of potaab nr 
w ood a shea 


O ct t nf Vs-... .er 1« 

\a I 'vioey wuh a fr-* rln .-U 
i'i **lv I >*i e change in l»m 
pei.viure V% in-1* ugM .seep' 
rnr’hwesi Is |p i,r..rg.a Mra 1 ' 
High s> Nanalrro is. Morr.ay 
• UM'k U! able rloiirtipeas 
Wrat i <.a«t of Vancouver I« 
lard \ ariable rk ud.r.es- 
I.iMie charge in lem.fierarii-e 
W inrt! i^.rth.woat l* hr. - -g 


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CHRISTIANSEN’S 

3945 SAANICH ROAD 

ON BH KM IT II R! S I I N E 


-e a 1 


More 

Women 

Idle 


..gf.t after r em ll.g.i 
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New Commercial Buildings Changing Skyline 


Victoria, B.C., Sub., May 1, 1955 


Baily Colonial 


Million-Doll 
Results in (1 


ease containing 100 bills 
SHi.out denomination. 

SecTTT service men say t 
have confiscated 150.000 pic 


Victoria’* skyline Is changing daily as 
new commercial structures near com- 
pletion. This is the B.C. Electric’s 


$1,200,000 steel and concrete office 
building at Pandora and Blanshard, 
scheduled for completion this summer. 


Another office structure to be com- 
pleted by September is the five-story 
Medical Arts Building at Cook and 


Pandora Streets. Thirty roomy -offices 
"ill he accessible by elevators in the 
$500,000 building. 


t 3 Way Cleared (or Ratification 


EDUCATION • RESEARCH N< 
WELFARE 

TREATMENT FACILITIES 


Paris, Bonn Settle Saar Question 


BONN, Gprm any <AP* Chan 
rellor Konrad Adenauer 
French Foreign Minister 
loine Pinay announced 
Sunday a settlement of all out 
standing question 


lug Uufv particularly the plant was setilrd The agree 
and rontroveralal • s** r question ment thus cleared the way lo.* 
An- before Wrsl Germany »H«li*t« the final act of ratification o| 
early sovereignty next week. the Paris treaties next Thui.i 

The Joint communique said dav 

* tM, * e, ’ n »Kreement had been reached u., *Aden*uei *atd West (Germany 
Wes, Germany and I- ranee. the future ownership of tne * (lU(d > tWmtsn | 

The announcement was made Roechlmg steel mill in the ,h a , da\ 

at a Joint news conference alter 

long consultation between them No details were given hut a *' '* * conference 

js a stile EHSaHS 

Saturday to clear up remain German and F rench |||f ^ -|fr ^ mrr „ 

This was the key point on Die two ministers disclose l 
which the ministers' conference ‘hey had tils,- unseat the "practir •! 
had threatened to bog down lat? Possibilities'' of cooperation in 
Saturday. such things as aircraft con 

French Premier Kdgar Faun* Mru, ' ,k,n * ,Ml J,,r 'r*nsp,, r i 
had promised his National Adenauer anti Pinay agreed m 
Assembly he would not deposit set up a join, committee to pu.-di 
the d'Kuments ratifying th” Win high gear previously agree ! 
Paris pans for German rearm pk»ns for French German e.n 
ament until the future of tn« nnmic co-operation. and to set 

up another committee for cu! 

_ _ * 1 tural co-opeiatlon. 


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Victoria Chairman: lit C. All, GII.I.ESPIE 

All local Trust Companies are authorized to accept 
contributions on behalf id the 1955 Conquer Cancer 
Campaign 


Office Furnifure 


Island Farms Dairy’s modern $100,000 bottling plant 
at Queens and Blanshard Streets will be completed 
-in about two weeks, after which bottling and refriger- 
ation equipment will be transferred from the present 
plant on Broughton. 


Frustration Lethal Foe 
For Both Rats, Men 


WASHINGTON t N ANA I — Frustration 
can kill ■ man or a rat Just about as 
surely as a bullet. * 

This was reported before a National 
Academy of Science session here by [>r. 
Curt Richter of Johns Hopkins University, 
who told of experiments with rats whose 
hearts stopped beating under experimental 
conditions. 

Sudden death without discernible 
physical cause often has been reported 
among primitive people. In the voodoo 
cult, as well as among primitive Africans 
and New Zealanders, men toid by the priest 
to die are said to obey promptly. 

What killed the primitives, the late Dr. 
Walter B. Curran of Harvard University 
bad previously told the academy, was Hi# 
effect on the adrenal glands of excessive 
fear and rage about which the person could 
not possibly do anything. Adrenalin was 


secreted excessively, raising heart snd blood 
pressure up to the lethal point 

Dr. Richter s experiments with wild rats, 
he said, show that their death is caused by 
a quite opposite reason -hopelessness. This 
affects the nervous system and the vasux, 
or brain nerve, which controls most of the 
voluntary reactions of the body such as 
digestion and heart rale. 

When rata were subjected to h«.pcle*s 
situations. Dr. Richter said, the heart beat 
slowed down, then stopped altogether 
The reaction did not occur with lame 
rats, whose experience with man apparently 
was such that the experimental situations 
did not leave them without hope 

Admittedly. Dr. Richter said, he had had 
no opportunity to examine voodoo victims 
but, he Stressed the phenomenon In both 
rases It about the same. The primitive 
man feels that the powers Invoked against 
him cannot be resitted. With nothing else 
to do. he dies 


. . . when you have 
a travel requirement 


PORT ANGKLES i APi A 
new international union of 
woodworkers which could he 
the worlds largest with mil 
lions of members is being p-rv 
,»osed by the International 
Woodworkers of America 
tCIOt, ihe union's fmextdent 
•aid Saturdrv, 

Addressing the Ih*tnct 2.1 
• Western Washington i ronven 
lion. A. F. Hartung of Portland 
said the IWA was prepared to 
mee, with all other woodwork 
Ing unions to set up the o-gan 
tuition 

lie said tt would he within 
the structure of the merged 
rjOAFl. and would Include 
i "everyone who works with 
wood "* 


In new lm 


polled fabrics, in {wixlel shades in nos 
eltv weaves, in mixtures that ate 


exactly what sou are looking for 
Trim tailored models too , smi 
% owe it to your wardrobe and 
your season's chic appear- 
ance lo see this won- 
drous display of suits 
at Malleks 


ronram 


British Music Concert Pleases 


■ V B»KT BINS' Y 

The concert of British vmiata I 
Presented by the Victor la 
Choral Society lad night pm 
vided another shining example 
of the entertaining rapacities 
of Victoria. 

The chorus anl orchestra 
were under the skilled direction 
of Graham Steed Soloist* were 
Flea nor Duff •contralto,. 
Peggy Walton Packard • %o 
prano, and Karl Norman 
I tenor », 

The program opened with 
A aughan William*' nnlan 
* IVna Noh»t Parent. "* Much of 
the text Is selected from the 


Budget Termi at No Extra Cost 


service 


Complete Hips planned and 
arranged by telephone 
Ticket* prrpared In advance 
for you *o pick up at vour 
convenience 


Sir l.dward Klgar s "Sea 
Pictures' followed a cycle of 
five songs now seldom beard 
but on e among the favorite 
presentationa of the great ion 
traitna such as Dame Clara 
Hull. Astra Desmond and 
Muriel Rrunaklll 

The ryele was most heautt 
fully aun< by Miss |,uff. ar- 
rom ponied ky the nrrtvest ru. 

I *pe Isllt plewalng wwa Gar 
nett's ''Where t orals lie." 
Recalled bv the audience 
Mt*» Duff sang again Sahhath 
Morning at Sea. ' 

"WEDDING rr.Awr 
Cotertdf* Taylor's * Hia 
watha’ Wedding Feast'' formed 


tnt n.vra to at j rsr.at nirsrt e»»a n«»«*» *t*na 

CHINESE CHOP St ’EY and CHOW MEIN 

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"V A V V V 


SUPERSTITION 


Throughout all ages. f*!*e 

hrltefs have been the 

greatest enemies of 

medical progre** Man) 

j*-'ple believed that witch. raft 

performed miracles through 

mvth and medicine 
% 

about the former tbr> 
knew much, hut ahnuf 'fie 
latter they knew little 
When you feel til or 
run down for some unknown 
reason, forget'the idea of 
taking rafter a patent 
medicine or a home remedy 
Instead. v»*lt your doctor 

lie ' alone can diagn<>*e, 
iand prescribe the medication 


OPTOWI7TRIST 
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GREAT SAVINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS 

MONDAY AT 


cers 


Managers nf 17 Ice arenas In 
the province including Victoria 
rvrrtlnf rh»b and Memorial 
Arena will meet In the Fm 
press Hotel May 4. 5 and 6. . 


wui attend the meeting to ob- 
lain Information and advice for 
a proposed k*e arena, 


required, depend upon 
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1955 Thinking Aloud 


. . of itioeft— «ud *1)1 [>» — and ml 
log wax — of cabbages and kings.** 
By TOM TAYfaOB 

T>OV wonders afflict evei\ 

-O nevertheless I've often wondered 
how come genius flowered so early 
fe* . i 

df Keats was famous 

when he died at 
■ ■■ yk 25. Pitt was a year 

y younger when he 

4MSn became a prime 
** K minister and >.»tj 


AM INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Til E ORGAN OF NO CLIQ1E OK PARTY 
Published at 2631 Doug las Street, Victoria, B.G. 


SETH 1 1 ALTON, Publisher 


SANDHAM CRAVES. Editor-In-Chief 


Subscription Ratu Corrltr <l*liv«rT in city iam « Victor!*) I! SO; earner <J*n»*r» is country tl 1» urn R*i«*: can *4*. 
Or«*» Britain an* pooM««oru. Yukon Territory on* month II. IS. three ninth) «.S0. »li manuva 17 00. y*«x I1JJ0, Unit** 
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st N DAY, MAY I, 1958 


youth of 24 nowa- 
days belpg a P M. 
- there were colon- 
els galore among 
beardless boys, and 


Hie Leader’s Jubilee 


•"pHE current issue of The Cowichan 
Leader is its golden jubilee number 
marking the founding on April 28, 1903, 
of a weekly newspaper which for half a 
century has lived up to its name. The 
Leader during its long and admirable his- 
tory has been a driving force in the 
progress of Duncan and the surrounding 
district, whose development has l>ecn 
spectacular in the last decade. Premier* 
Bennett in a message of congratulation to* 
The Leader on its 50th anniversary aptly 
described Its character in these words: 
“The weekly newspaper is the voice 
of those citizens whose contribution to 
society and the regional economy might 
otherwise go unrecognized. In- these 
respects 'Hie Cowichan Leader is to tie 
heartily commended. Not Only does it 
present the news but alfco shares with its 
readers those attributes which stimulate 
the general development of our young and 
vigorous country.” 


The Leader’s founder was the late Mr. 
Harry Smith, whose first editorial was a 
proclamation of independence, a quality 
which remains strongly in evidence irT the 
editorial policy of this forthright and un- 
compromising weekly, today. Of English 
birth, Mr. Smith was destined to play a 
multijided part in the beginnings of 
Duncan and the development of Cowichan, 
as have the publishers and editors who 
have succeeded him. 

The golden jubilee number is a bulky 
souvenir of seven sections containing ably 
written and profusely illustrated reviews 
of all phases of life in the Duncan and 
Cowichan areas from the eaiiiesl days. 
To the publisher. Mr. Hugh Savage, the 
editor. Mr. Will Dobson, DFC, MA, and 
the Leader’s entire staff the Colonist ex- 
tends congratulations not only on the 
attainment of this anniversary hut more 
particularly on a record of sustained good 
work and community leadership of which 
they may all feel very proud. 


■o on. 

It must have been that they were 
in n hurry, knowing they didn't have 
Jong to Jive. They couldn't afford to 
mature gradually. 

In Us way nothing is mure breath- 
taking than the lerfgtrtuuixijj_ ulxtlu? 
human life-span that science amt 
medicine has made possible. The Bib- 
lical three score-«nd ten Is now a 
commonplace, as the old age pension 
scheme bears witness. 

Although, paradoxically the old-age 
record, outside of the Bible that is, 
is held by a Dane who died 183 years 
agp at the Jlpp age of 116. He was 


Loiter from London 


Recruiting Teachers for Canada 


the bi^ exception to the rule of his 
day. 

I was reading about him In Life 
magazine, lie was a tough old gentle- 
man. A merchant seaman, he was a 
slave cf Barbary pirates for 15 years 
but escaped when he was 84. At 11 L 
he married a 60->ear-old widow and 
outlived her. At 130 he was courting 
several other ladies but without suc- 
cess. a circumstance that is thought 
to have caused him to pine away. 


K> KICII AKD I_ THOMAS 


I ONDON < Air Mail! -- Canada's 
-* shbitage of school leat hers, and 
especially British Columbia s state- 
ment that she needs 1.700, have 
•cefrfl uit ed the migration drive in 
unusual places. In some professional 
quarters here there has been an al- 
most hostile reaction — generally 
amongst the directors of education 
to the English county councils who 
are responsible for staffing schools 


higher salary rates than operate In 
this country plus assisted passages 
which, although an Interest free loan, 
aie sometimes remitted in return for 
good service after two years In 
Canada. 


for ejeh 30 pupils honored in the 
bleach rather than the ohservanie 
incidentally liecawse of shortage - 
there Is every Justification for Can- 
ad* claiming one teacher for every 
30 child migrants. If Canada made 
that demand .she would be looking 
for teachers in tens of thousands in- 


Bob’ Thomson 


The narrow view of migration is. 

course, dictated by an insular 
Iflshness. The Ministry of Kduca- 


We don’t breed men like that nnwa 


HE sudden passing of Mr. Robert G. bad an enemy anv 


here those most 


i Run-in, 


hi Thomson, general manager 


hard 


cm seV 


figures on life expectancy across the 
line aie arresting. It is claimed that 
these are the highest for any national 
group, but Canada must be running 
a close second. 


surprised. 

For those who work at “the gam*'.’' 
and know the value of understanding, sup- 
port and human encouragement in the 
pressure of an exacting calling, the ideals 
that Mr. Thomson stood for so finely 
will always seem justified, will always feel 
right. His .whole working life was a 
crowning example of the quiet and endur- 
ing victories of character, upon which no 
one may --et a value or a price. 

One likes to think that recognition in 
deserved material form also came to him. 
and that he was indeed in the full flush of 
congratulation by his myriad friends upon 
well-merited promotion at the time he 
was stricken To his widow and daughter 
The Daily Colonist desires to express us 
profound regret. 


Icms of education officers and under- 
staffed schools in England, recognizes 
a wider implication. Since the end 
of the war ten* of thousands of 
British children have settled In Can- 
ada with their parents. Judged on a 
purely financial basis tha education 
of these children in Britatn, had they 
temained here, would have been 
vastly more expensive than the edu- 
cation of the tea> hers who may ba 
attracted to Canada. Further than 
that many more schools would have 
been needed to house them 

If signed financially the direct 
answer" I* that although Britain may 


of Victoria Press, Ltd., on Friday after 
n brief illness has cast a gloom over the 
newspaper fraternity In Victoria. It is 
a feeling that will be shared widely in 
journalism throughout Canada, for the 
late **Bnh” Thomson was almost uni- 
versally known in the calling and beloved 
by a host of friends. In a world prone 
to measure success by physical trappings 
this soft-spoken and gentle man made his 
Influence felt by the force of his sterling 
character. 

In his long connection with the Vic- 
toria Daily Times, "Bob” Thomson be- 
friended three generations of journalists 
in Victoria. His sage counsel and his 
friendly advice proved a turning point to 
achievement in many a life, and if bo- 


und enough qualified teachers to fill 
llie vacancies. 

There have been some representa- 
tions to the Ministry of Education 
suggesting thiit the Canadian govern- 
ment should be asked not to zeexuit 
teachers during the present shortage, 
but the ministry whilsi unofficially 
asking I'anada to "go easy'* takes a 


wmem mused 


Ontario meant Canada. And alth< 
Ontario L iud ofii> tally rivniiiii 
understand that suitable applh 
win not l»e turned down or refc 
to Rnn*h Columbia I loose' 


In conjunction with science, have m 
mated this degree of longevity in th 
C.S. the aituation must tie closel 
parti Iciod In this country. 


.• ago, that figure had Jump«*d 
yean for men and 4S for 
The Utter. 


plahle He, 
'• requisite 


than .300 sailed 
is of 1,000 quail- 
I anxiety. Tills 
le scribed hy the 


■ppa 


Curbside Prayers 


VyyHEN altout to step off the sidewalk 
™ to cross the street in a busy traffic 
area quite possibly some pedestrian* offer 
up an involuntary prayer for safely. That 
this should hr done as a studied act of 
intercession, however, would be something 
new; yet such Is lb? suggestion put for- 
ward recently by a canon of Westminster 
Cathedral at a conference on road safety 
In I^tndon. He said there would tv 
nothing sentimental or superstitious in 
people asking God to tv their shepherd 
a< roan t he st reel . 


e a wwd st f« 


n, with 


l« it any <Tw>r<* a basis 
that a leather trained 
in County Council takes 
rhool controlled by I be 
mint) Count u. Hum that 


The Packsack 


waited for a gap in the 
and the canon had se 
spiritual benefit in mm« 
especially did this.” h« 
give them a breathing 
them down. The elderl 
danger in their anxiety 


■gymen might from 
traffic lists to some 


Time C nptnlr 


fly (l. F.. t lortimnr • 


Redshirts on Parade 


pars tbe 
tout delay 


( ■^AVUtVs Hum* mlnl«t*r. II«h», 
— > < A. Dunning, brought down 

a H.MtcH • Mowing for • Ml A03.MM) 
surplus, 18 ymrt ago this wnS 


the many 


results fr 
them m 
thought, 
pntslblv , 


Merchants' ( 


Kinsmen * li 


i he unfortunate minority 
• fulfilled. Where help 
vrn and every effort will 
If of those children arid 


and that duty 
Is needed It wit 


mailers 




A nlunteer flr^m 
May Day parade. 


Water Survey 


r groups when questions arise 

-tOSOt DIIUKT 1(1 

Life-Saving K<|iii|imrnt 

Id Island Institutes. hoiti 
i and their ladies last week ipr 


IVclaion of the city council to have an 
engineering survey made of the whole of the 
local water mtrm tnrtWttng the distribution 
system Is a timely one, A new elementary 
•rheol la already under construction on Fourth 
Avenue and the prospect of « new hospital 
comes closer to realization esi h w eek, k <h 
these Institution* will Increase (he demands 
upon the water system In the ate« where it 
Is mhat vulnerable and both will Increase the 
city'* responsibility for providing adequate 


hells w 


itutr 


With the Classics 


\ Second Chance 


iiateit result of voting 
unpopularity of the 
ruder* of Cowichan 


Immigration 


>1 a pace which has not been 
duett lit expansion, despite tb 
which hive been made pari 
west. To create satisfactory 
must be a period of ad)ustm 
allow the gradual ataoCDUon 


Now we must carry on from that point and 
whip into shape a by law which la the result 
of foil and frank dtsnMSton hy all Intereaird 
Ratepayers are not going to give any group 
a blank cheque to build schools on unknown 


Been 


aUnil 


gr>Mindboi 


with the addition of buck- 
Met* and aprons The hoae- 
drown by If rtWn brought 
■r. Governor James Dmig- 
the balcony of the public 
at James Bay, delivered a 
praise for the firemen 
— From (stnaM Files. 


amajlons of farm 


A suggestion which is worth some rrm 
alderatlon Is that municipal ratepayers shouk 
be better organised. In order that trustees car 
present their arguments quickly and at tilth 
expense. 

Interest iff both municipal councils and tht 
rural representatives should be seized 


ward" as King t dward \ II of Britain 
ar ri v ed In Fact*. Ad years age 


To invite further imfr 
*eas at thla lime, except ir 
there is a definite short, 
would only add to a prnhle 
both our g^rremment *f G 
offMa.* ifTOM th# rontlc 


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Pro and Con 

In the Canadi.in Pfuumarru- 
flcal Jnrunnl April 1 Tv. there Is 
an article nn the pros and con*, 
of water fluoridation. In> vvhii'li 
T>r Oi I liej£* writing jn favor of 
fluoridai ion deplore* thc.-ip,ith> 
nod ignorance on the part of 
poli'iw inn-* citizens dm lor** and 


$5 Bet Sends Youth 
Up Television Tower 


< hirw e and whoever heard of Army Marriages 

a Chinese becoming h public . ‘ , . ' _ 

vhargr'* ,n ,h# * ( olonut of Apul 27 a 

Some time ago Barry May- headline states: 'Tearkes At 
diets mentioned six things tacks Pension Bill." in which he 
wni. h he thought the Chtne.se denounced a government hill 
might give us pointers on: . . . .... 

I*i lew. loler.nr*-; Ihrllt.-phllo whPn h " sa,d " wm,M rounu '"- 
soph* and work To these could anrp * ,n K ,p * ,m >’ ©Hirers living 
i»e added. dl»« •inline, fidelity, with women and low-er their 


WINNIPRf 


ung A former light heav v w eight 


i mors 


boxer, (.forge Nmi 


lop of a 219 foot television 
broadcasting rower in down- 
town Winnipeg Saturday nighi 
our ras, ' s ,n women who would not i 0 win a $.*» bet, then thieatened 
■ompatriots With these otherwise he entitled to It, would to lump olf when a former 

steeplejack climbed 
him. 

The man. whose Identity was 
not immediately disclosed 
chmhe.i unnoticed over 


in t. lilies siivs in pa* L; Hie ftnniMv 
apathy I** due primarily to ig i rto nnt think that there Is 
pot ance | une after time I have eny segment of our population 
Inquired of politicians, citizens, 1 that can compare with 

doctors and dentist'-, what they Chlnp-p ri • 

thought of fluoridation of the virtues If there |s any wav oi 
nty waters and I hive been affording them recognition, tpe 

appalled at their utter lack nf best that I ran ihlftTTofis for 

knowledge " a more liberal policy with refer 

Vet the proponents of floor! once to Chinese immigration 
dal ion toll U l times without and they should not he the vie- 
number that the merlic.il and ,,m °f in immigration law 

dental »s*.oeiamut« support the which prevents them bringing 
poltey of water fluoridation . Canada all members of 

and usually we are told that lh,, ' r immediate families Thai 
this support i» unanimous •h©> *•«* being discriminated 
This me ITT®' »bit many doc ‘tfalnat under the present law 
tors and dentists who’ have *' quite clear to anyone who has 
given their support to this consirtororl the situation 
titghlv controversial and Import ... . I D. HAR\ EY, 

n.nt n»i^<Ttrin hn\p riniip s /% m *' * HuildlflK. 


also la a former steeplejack, 
climbed up lo get the man For 
30 minutes the two swayed at 
the top of the tower in the twl- 
up to get light while "Smith cajoled, 
threatened and attempted io 
bribe the man to come down 
When he finally gave up. po- 
rn ad- hre took him Into custody. No 
Joining hullding and made his charge had been laid up m late 
way to the tower of the CB("s Saturday night 
station CRWT. Smith, who" formerly boxed 

Soon after the man w«* no- j n Calgary and Edmonton. Is 
tlced a crowd of about 2.000 f rnm St. Marks. Man., hut now 
Jammed thp inter sc. tinn in lives in St. Paul. Minn He was 


with the greatest 
selection of 


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r ravel Men Herr 


Whatever you plan ... for the Reach, 
for the country, for Summer camp or 
Jus! around the home . . . here are the 
styles you ve seen and loved in ‘Life - . 
Crisp cotton skirts, faded blue denim 
shorts, pedal pushers and slacks. 
Jackets and blouses Tailored slacks 
in wools, worst ods and the new p:nk 
corduroy . . The novel cotton 'Skonfer' 
suits . . , swim suits for everyone. T- 
shlrts. h louses . . cokc-.Iackcts in white 
and pastel sailcloth . . . It's parade of 
sportswear you must not miss. 


Country Birds 

Hip golden hummingbird 
ern bv Mrs. T, Unhinson on 
April 27 In Victoria Is 'way late 
compared to the country. They 
have been flying around the 
wild currant hlnssnm* tor 
nearly two weeks, near Heal s 


these 


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Tor con t ruction of * contributors 
Queen Alexandra Solar- relative or per 
Gordon Head next year donating an 

tried with a bequest J lV ,or roorT 
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-pnkraman stressed, however, that the lingu- 
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lem faithful mat nof touch an* of fhe hard 


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Around the Island 


Ballet Troupe 
To Highlight 


A nrw i‘uh pat k has beon Yqubou Scout* and e’ubs en- 
tormed at I-ake Cuwu-han spun- Joyed a 'bran feed” recently, 
sored by the United Church. Jimmy Mackie is going from 
Wayne Speer Is cubmaster and Yotibou to attend the world 
Terry Johnson, assistant The .ambnree at Niagara on the 
aponsoring groups Is headed by Lake Ont. 

J Carmichael, with Mrs. A. K. At Mesa rh I p Lake. Sii»utma«- 
Anderson secretary • irea-urer ter D Merry repmts that It 


NANAIMO i CP i A well- 
known Vancouver family head 
Pd by vetPian BC. hoteln in F 
A. I.lnd. director of the BC 
Hotel Association for 14 years 
has bought the Plaza Hotel 
Ches Swanson and Klmer Brad 


isps. and a new second floor 
built to contain It of the addi- 
tional rooms. Provision will be 
made for the addition of a 
third floor when conditions war 
rant. 

St.V rooms will be added ovP r 


NANAIMO — Color and beauty will highlight 
Nanaimo’s May 24 celebration this year. 

The cpmrTiittee has onnoun North Cowichan take over 

red hooking of the Kay the community «entre 

Armstrom; ballet troupe from grounds, to tw admim-tered 

Vancouver, performing an hv the Corntminiry Centre 

original Canadian ha I le t Association Aim of the as- 

'•Hearts Garden." adapted sociaUon was to have the 

Jiom the poem by Joan Buck- •***» underwritten by the 

ley. It is a costumed fantasy municipalities. -. . 


* ... Wl UI ,ro,ln ’ i 

,7 .VrrTrns ^ 

■L " ■- Hu season One t toller had rnoie 

than 20 salmon one recent 
* • iporning. but othet* were not 

issionarv 

J lately have pi evented trollera 

missionary at Village Island. ,r, ‘ m reachln * ,hr * round ^ 
m-ar Alert Bay, for 20 years, 
until her retirement in 1915. 

A great friend of Indians in- 
the area, she continued to visit 
them after her retirement. Dur- 
ing her vixtls to ailing Indians 
*he spoke and sang In ihrir 
native tongue. 

In 1 fT IN. Miss Dlbtten was 
awarded life membership in the 
women's auMllary to the Ar.gh 
can Church In Hi*. 

Survivors include a nephew at 
Sardis. B.C., and oilier relatives 
In Kn gland. 


manager, Mrs N1 


The green brick sect Ton' of thp 
building will be lorn down a< 
tar as ihp first floor, which is 
occupied by the licensed prern- 


NANAIMO Klghtee n > ca r- 
old Walter laslU* S-cludel, 
Who was picked up t*y lll'MP 
after traveling at speeds up 
to 7 2 miles In the Chase River 
area with six bottles of beer 
mi *he seat beside him. was 
fined $70 and costs in police 
rnurf Friday and had his 
license susjiended for th’ce 
mouths. 

Filing Waldrmar Salo was 
fined $12 50 and costs r.ftrr 
hr pleaded gm'.ty to careless 
driving, Salo'a car ramm-l 
thb _ back of another whiih 
stopped to avoid hitting a 


chestra 


Added to this will be a 
fashion show, with live pro- 
fessional models from Van- 
couver displaying clothing, 
provided by Nanaimo mrr 
chant*. 

Once again one of tpe 
features of the Umpire Day 
celebrations Is to he the 
loggers’ sports in Caledonia 

Park. 

Hand bin king contest will 
have a prize of $7.7 and $70 
plus trophies. This is spon- 
sored by the R Malpass Log- 
ging Co. 

Ma<-M^llan & Bloedel are 
putting tip prizes for the 
treeclimbing contest and are 
donating a periietual trophy 
In addition to $100 nnd $70 as 
first and second prizes. Mavn 
Lumher Co. will also sponsor 
an event. 


Housing 

Project 

Announced 


NOW OPEN! 

COX’S 

BAKERY 


Maureen Carey of Victoria won the Andrew Duns- 
more Memorial Award for highest marks in junior 
piano competition at the Upper Islrfnd Musical Fes- 
tival. A piano pupil of Miss Marjorie Tcbo. Maureen 
is a Grade S' student at Oak Bay Junior High School. 

(I.ynn Kukby photo I 

two Choices of Plan 


NANAIMO i BIT' IMaiu. 
lor a senior citizens' housing 
[.reject to cost at least $270,000 
vveie disclosed at a public yea 
meeting here Friday. 

Karl C. Westwood, former 
Nanaimo mayor, said $7.728 1 
had already been obtained He 
said it was planned to develop 
five acres chosen from a 10 1 


Dtbben came out to the Indian 
••I at Alert Hay 40 
She was a n Anglican 


NANAIMO Tow pi 
nrers and management 
rials from points all 


Island attende- 


dinner meeting at the M 
spina Hotel to hear H Pc 
of General Klectrjc tv*n*p 
speak on gas turbine' appl 


The first 


acre block close to tramp 
lion and e^enttal services. 

The site wat donated by 
council 


white child to Im* horn here 
In recent years was horn 
last week to Mr.- and Mr*. 
-1. K Rtnhlrlon. at (lie Red 
4 ross Out [Mist Hospital. 

Sirs. Fmtdclon, who had 
Intended to leave shortly to 
await the birth nf her tialiy 
In a larger eenlre was 
taken suddenly- ill. The 
hatiy hoy was horn with 
Nurse Sofia Smith in at- 
tendance. 

The out [Mist hospital Is 
for emergencies and minor 
aliments only. Both mother 
and child are doing well. 

.Mr. Fmhteton Is the 
fishery officer here. 


QI'AIJ(VM BKAt II— The 
village commission Is consid- 
ering whether ftre protection 
outside t h e municipality 
limits Is possible under exist 
Ing bylaws. The opinion of 
the legal adviser, It. Ohs. is 
that under existing by-laws It 
Is Illegal for the flretrurk In 
attend calls outside the muni- 
rlpal boundaries. 


The meeting was held mi 
the auspices of Nana 
Branch of the Institute 
Power Knginrerx. 


14 ‘HAN Salt- mils! raise ihr dam on Holyoak 
north of tht* Lake a further 7'* feet from 
iv be able to the 7'< feet already planned bv 
rch for an ade- North Cowichan; pay 50 per 
;>ly if its water ^.-nt of maintenance and repair 
the require nl i hr system from Holyoak 
tn a |»roposal Lake to ihe boundary nf Salt 
chan council air. „nd <w.i all this maierial 
p that Saltatr and work to North Cowichan. 


LADYSMITH - High 
school Air Cadet Squadn n 
No. 257 and (’adettea *pon 
sored by the Lions x’luh will 
he treated tn pop and ice 
cream following the innu.il 
Cadet Inspection at 1.30 p m 
May lfi, the dub decided this 
week. 

The club has decided to run 
the July l celebration here 
Jointly with the Kinsmen and 
appointed Reginald Pringle, 
committee chairman. 


"»fT! 'on 

mu 

l0 * >00«ifT 


PORT ALBKRNI Mary 
Pack, executive segreta'-y of 
B(*. Division. Canadian Ar 
thr u is and Rheumatism So- 
riety. will aildress a meeting 
of Ihe Klwanla 4*luh here on 
June 7. Memhrrs of other 
service clubs arc being in- 
Niird to attend. Miss Pack 
will alxo address a public 
meeting the next Day In Port 
Alhrrnl City Hall. 

Plans for MBs Pack's visit 
were announced at the regu- 
lar meeting of the local 
branch of C A R S. by Aid. 
Jai k Perry, president. 

The president said 599 pa 
tirnt.s received treatment in 
the Albcrnls last year. 


DUNCAN A special meet- 
Ing of the city council Thurs- 
day answered a charge by tjie 
Community Centre Associa- 
tion that the city was not 
.sympathetic to the aims and 
object* of the i.vkm la Hon, nor 
Interested In the promotion of 
sport and recreational facilll- 
Res. when Mayor J C. NVragg 
stated that he would not sign 
a blank rheque for anyone. 

The rlty had previously 
turned down a request that 


Georgia 

Strait 

Next 


itred them to the municipality 
and pay for water at the rate of 
ftp cents per 1 000 cubic fcet.j 
The rental rate would be re 
viewed every five year*, and 
rental would cover repair* and 
maintenance of the link of the 


jens Monday 


LU A Wide Variety of Climates will add to 
your joy* in fre»h, green Oregon. For jour 

seashore fun. Nature air-condmona the 400 mile 
Oregon coast. For mountain activities, marine 


PORT Al.BFRNI — Annual national Rod Shield 
appeal will open Monday. A meeting of the Salvation 
Army advisory board elected Walter Thorne chairman, 
Norman Odgcr*. vicei hairman: C. R. Jackson, treasurer; 
Lieut. FI Reed, secretary: M. E. B. McVicar, Walter F. 
Allen and Bob F*.amer, executive 
There will he no house lo- 

hnuse canvass during the ing voting thkets f«>r Mav 
campaign Official' hope queen. Mrh «'hw*l > hIM iwl 
householder* will send Ihrir * duR In the community it rn- 
donations to local head- titled to a vote 


i» pamt t 


peaks are set w ith cool, summer-long snow lands. 
Bctw een these extremes you’ll discover a pleasing 
range of temperatures, depending on the 
altitude — and a pleasing selection of plajlands, 
too, including shaded eveegreen forests and 
tunny Old >X est rangelands. Clear ns ers, w jeer- 
falls and lakes always are nearhy when sou re 
in Oregon, and to are modern travel accommo- 
dations, recreation facilities and friendly people. 
Together they help make Oregon s 1 atmosphere” 
just right for the v acation needs and w hims of 
everyone in vour family. Come to Oregon toot 


NANAIMO— Mental health 
will ha the theme of the next 
Public Health Flint Forum In 
the Health t ent re’« Staffeo 
Audllnrium at a p.nv Wednes- 
day, Dr. W. I. Valeo*, direc- 
tor of the child (iildan- e 
rllntr. wtlt introduce the 
film, “From Sociable six to 
Nol«y Nine” aod lead dl%- 
mwlon 

4 hairman will he ISr. F.. 
IS . R Beat and Joint «pon«irt 
are the CentraJ V.l. Health 
I nil and the Mental Health 
t ommlttre Today mark* the 
beginning of mental health 


i.xtenuort nf «everal toad* 
In the area wx* dU<u*--e-t. 
with the Idea of providing 
•hotter acre** route* to 
home* and property 

Resident* nf the area* af 
fei trd were Invited to attend 
the regular meeting nf the a* 
roclxlion Thursday in Braver 


. . , Mother's Day 

GIFT SPECIALS 


K YUQUOT 

a< hool children are 


imported flowers 


LEARN HOW 
PRAYER 
CAN HEAL 


PAGODA UMBRELLAS 


STYLED HANDBAGS 


CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: 

THE REVELATION OF GOD S 
EVER-PRESENCE WITH MAN 


FASHION HANDBAGS 


By E. Howard Hoopar, C.S.B 
ot St. Loute, Mltsourl 


Member nf the Board of Lee 
Church, The Ktr«t Ouirrh 
tn Boston, Max 


NYLON 

HOSIERY 


Canadian manufacturer 


MIY 3 — TUESDAY —8 PM 


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PANDORA A\ ¥.. 
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Mental Health Everybody’s Business; 
6.339 Receiving Treatment in Province 

H V RA\ RAIMIS niorr fieople in mental h<>*pitaN new treatment technique* and their families. But there is no 

Colonist l^nlarhr Ip-porter th*n,ln all other hospitals a new attitude towards nu-nul |w,l»rial order, no l«»«x of citizen- 
r nllUA A. the beginning of mental Ulneas has widened the range shtjr .voting privileges etc.) 


Forest Safety Stressed 


I-nllke the weaker, mental , J nn men.-. 

Illness IS something few people w«"'k May 1 to May 7. of matm.nt. 

t-.ik about b:.t tn win try to do P-d'le like hr A M Gee direr NEW ATTITl DK 
something about ,01 ' of m,, ntal health service Evf > n ia | 


tor of mental h»*nlth services Ev en potential mental pa 
for BC would like the citizens t , rn( ,hemselvea have adopted 


u 


Justness In H.C 


and no los* of properly rights. 

l ire newest concept in men- 
tal health treatment is being 
planned by the government in 


mental nine-*, learn about u only allOU( 4 jie r cent of the with all the treatment facill 
Since IIM5, 11,445 people .,nd treat it openly an ex admittances to B.C mental in nt < rea«*e but with no 

iiave Im-cii admitted to menial pew-ive hut not unbeat.ihle ,,n u ip ins were voluntary The residence facilities. 
hospii.'H jn ihe provime and p.oblem reM were "committed' 1 h>' certi A rhj ,d.gulda,»re clinic for 

’ arc »tm ,rr *' "I would like people to famli fj C aiion. In 1953-54 more than “nomral children with behavior 

rncot. the IS.UH budget for j*,,,,. (hent-elvct wl*h what's 33 per rent entered mental hos problems' completes the plan 
menta <n *•> thry an realize pilals voluntarily *ntey sought m .,j mt . n tal he.lth program, 

more tiian sj.imki.immi the magnitude of tlie problem treatment because they ac 


4* any g.ven time then* are 


that’s the purpose of Mental r> .pted their condition an ill 
Healrh Week." Dr. Gee said. an d went to a doctor. 

The great expansion In men , „ £nu1ll .i *,• 


Co ihe 
ficliliilful 
lioitl-liitt 

n>a$f 

GO 

tv 

BUS 

httH-ean 

VIC. 

anj _ 

VAN. 


• vices has l 

hmuiM,. about for a n.M.dM*r o mrnU| U |nea* a. an dlness .^hed ' home for the aged at 
.T.’;,. L '2 2 T.L r«,..lr">, traatora,." Dr <*. P „ r , 


ADDITIONS 

Expansion of physical services 
also includes a 300-bed addition 
to the Woodlands School lor 
mentally defective children, a 



bilg Qohmtit Victoria. B.C.. Soa.. May 1, 19SS J 

City’s Stray Mutts 
Sale from Scalpels 


whole has increased, life expee 
fancies ere advancing and this 
boosts ttie number of senile* 


^ AN ° 5 ^ 

^PARKING 


' lion at Eitsondale. Another USI 

The need for Increased space bed addition at Essondale will 
in mental hospitals is due mote open this week. The govern 
to ihe Increased number of ment ha« also announced plans 
smiles and mental defectives to build a 1 fXW-bed mental hos 
Actually there Is little gain P‘tal on lower Vancouver Island 
in me number of p-yehotic p«i *« •**'* ,h< * Victoria area with- 


Underlining the need for safety in the forest industry 
on the eve of forest products safety week May 2 to 7 
are W. M. Allison, safety director of the B.C. Lumber 
Manufacturers' Association, left. W. H. Sands, deputy 
labor minister, centre. and Agriculture Minister 
Kenneth Kiernan. Safety week aims at making 
workers in the forest industry conscious of t he ever- 
present need for safety on the job 

PTA Activities 


No Victoria dog* ever end 
up on the dl&scetlon tables of 
Canadian medical schools. 

W. H. Warren, chief of the 


minister* the city pound, said 
flatly "We send no dog* to medi- 
cal schools, 1 ' and Ted Hayward. 
SPi A ln«|iector added "We do 
not M*nd dogs anywhere for 
experimental purposes," 

The comment* were made 
after The Canadian Press dl.v 
closed Canadian medical schools 
use stray* for dissection in 
teaching or research. 

Mi Warren said valuable dogs 
are sold right away, and wo 


*rl! the occasional mutt, but 
after about a week. unPlalmd 
dogs are destroyed in the 
pound." 

Mr. Hayward said dogs turned 


owners or new owners are 
found, except when sick or bid 
dogs are brought in to be 
destroy ed. 

PORT GHIRGHILlT Man. 
i CP 1 Fifty .senators and mem- 
bers of the Commons arrived 
Saturday to inspect military in- 
stallations at this northern 
Manitoba* port base. They will 
return to Ottawa by RCAF 
craft Sundav 





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uen.s from year to year nr ,hrw , 

u . • Deputy provincial, f*erietary 

"Me cy, 4rat psvs-ho ... hu I A P< , rir1 , n( j lon notH that 

werando Ittle for sen.les and ^ ^ 

menial ,*•<•> ives a ^ p ' - • ,j )t , location of this proposed 

esi'ept r ite ni em * Island mental hospital indicated 


a change In attitude Nanaimo 
KOI K MONTHS - busin*-** men have urged the 

The Crease Clinic, ihe mental ' gover nment to have the hospi 
health service'* first line of lal built in their area 

defence In mental health treat 

ment. take* just four months I # _ 

t„ do us Job. In l'*M '• 1 WJ I si' I 0 ‘WU k 

|M*6ple entered the clinic and ||| 

1 .Kin had returned to their com “ 

munltlea in four months. Hie . • • • 

rt"i went on to the mental ho* \ . ■ - • I 

pltal frv- funner ireaimem Jit Ilf lllvo 

More than one half . of the I ... * „ . 

^ Nf John Ambulance Mngad 

(rea*e patients come to tlie ... . 

• .r, activttie* for the week are a 

clinic voluntarily and other* on 

medical certificates obtained by 


Brigade 

Activities 


Delegates To (»i\c Report * 


Arthur Scott will be guest J 30 pm F.m'li guest will 1«* 
speaker at the View R,.\«l pie*enU*d with a *malWnr*age 

... * , 1. 1 H Dow nard. principal of the 

CTA* monthly mating a. the w>h0n , ,He average 

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R Leemnn Virinru* Nursing 
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Ha\s from Mtv 1 Mrs M Hell 
Pemberton Cruander Nuning 
Dtvi*ton No. 2%4. 7 p.m. Mrs. M 
Akins. Victoria Cadet Nursing 
Division No. 6U\ 6 .10 p m Mary 
Lou Kin, Her l»*k Bay Cadet 
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Wednesday - Senior home 
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pm. Mis* M. Brown. RN 
Casualty simulation class. 7. V' 
p.m~ third Hour. Mrs. E 
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Nursing Division No 14ft. 8 
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Cailij (Colonial Victoria. bc s«. n , m.j i, 1955 


Marvels on Wheels 


Foot light Parade 


Paul Muni Dominates 
Engrossing New Drama 


KV JOHN Md I AIN 

NEW YORK. 1 NANA • Hold 
up your count, Mr. Auditor, 
we ve got a whole flork of new 


“Inherit thr Wind,’* * new 
pla\ h> Jerome lawitniT ami 
KuIm-m K„ lav, m irronlinx 
in HIV faint recollection. * 


for courtroom drama* and. 
thank* tn Muni 'Inherit the 
Wind" is one of the best. 


votes for ihe 


rather faithful d 


Greater Victoria 

1010 Mom St I’hnne 4-SI 2.1 


. HX KICI < K i.muinii 

Radio broadcasting has lo-t 
tu)me nf us popularity w it h 
the coming of .television hut 
its not ivady ‘‘to die may," 
sa>s a I> I Hinton, ebairmnn 
of the i BC board qJ ;oV.fi 
not 

He tflirl the HdUfcC «ef Com- 
mons tvo.id> acting committee 
In Ottaaa that there «.s Mill 
a creel <|.-hI of interest to 
day i me radio, ami tie cbuld 
liave *tldc*l -that tlie l>eM 
listen m? rumen during n 
time w4en m-t t stations used 
tn bp Jitmi the early morn 
Ing holts 

A Vstorta listener nno hi* 
rhniif if r1n7en« of xIhuuih 
from Vancouver | n New Or 
lean* from midnlchr on. and 
whilf fnr diet |* strictly nr* 
*•'(*, dividual program* run 
fromja/z to Harlnk. 

In Vancouver. CJOR con 
rent lies on popular muale in 
gni»d taste, not the "I tit 
Perir" hut tike fk'VVX. 
mt\4 in Manlovanf, rmjshal 
Com#es and >-riitnus stuff, 

A Orica n AirfFnes apoiuof a 
fivp bur* of rooif music on 
KNHHnllywitod and KNHC, 
Js*i n ’lancisro. every night 
bur Iriday 

K> Fresno ha* an hour 
nf Utmost advamed la rr at 
? a a KMO, T aroma, plays 
grwxtntivle until the same 


'ime; CKR.Y Kdjnonlon. ran 
>' r ard with a program slmi- 
Ur to that of CJOR 

Disc Jockey s with tire»ome 
■ popular music and the worst 
•n Waaler n melodies , mi be 
beard, bur a dial twister last 
Week could hear: » 

Music by Gershw In, Ravel, 
Brahms. Beethoven, Prokof- 
iev. Wagner and Mozart ; mu- 
'It from “Guys and DDlls,'* 
New Face*" and "Porgyand 
Hr'ss' ; the I.P "An Evening 
wilii Victor Burge." arid jazz 
music of Dave Bruberk. Conte 
Condoli and other groups. 

Despite the occasional good 
ptngram radio during dfty- 
time hour* is eon fmed tn soap 
operas and during evening 
hburs to podr dramas come- 
dies and mysteries, with a lib- 
p’-*l helping of rhr 'Hit Par- 
ade ' at all hours 

M Dunton said despite the 
"terrific flood of Interest in 
television.' 1 radio was still 
popular for secondary audt- 
enres Hr explained that 
some members nf a family 
might listen tn a local spoils 
event' on the radio while 
others watched network TV. 

He noticed no trend from 
TV bark to radio hut admit- 
ted «nme musical and drama- 
tic show* can he done more 
cheaply on radio 


This (omiiu; Week at the 
Gallery 


narrow ln inherit the Wind.' William Jennings Bryan wa 
which opened at the Nat-opal chief counsel for the nr oft . 
Theatre Thursday night. linn , inf j Clarence Harrow win? 

For here is «utr of those the* lawyer for th* defense 
*w- experience* in the the*. Irt Ihe iftrg» • i M Ke; r y 
fre. a s|renuqu* anil engross gave .« startlingN ifgliRe ini 
ing drama dominated hv a personation of Bryan 'here 
single actor. . • railed Matthew Harris on 

From the moment oe shuf Brady i; Tony Haod/tH scored 
fie* Into the town where the effirtiveiy In the role .if a so 
famous “Monkey Trial" li to phial looted repurlet: end oilier 
be held until tiie final curtail, “olid contributions were turned 
whan hr pula tha Bible and in h> Hetiu-i \a >«-iir Muriel Kirk 
Darwin's "Theory of Evolution" Itwd 
back to back in his brief case 
and ambles -off Inin Ihe mghl. 

Ii is Muni's evening. 

SI 4)1 1 IIF.S ABOIT 

ln the meantime he slouches 
about' the stage in Ins *blit 
sleeves, pushes out hla belly, 
smacks*' his lips, masses nls un 
ruly hair, lie whispers -anls 
and' cajole* There must tv ,'»h 
fieopie tn the cast, but h* is 
always in marge. 


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(I) New Brunswick 
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l nlor Society 


WKDNKSDAX AT B.S&— 
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Gunn. Pat Roll, Jack Colbeck. Mel 
Hamilton, manager Doug Mow at H nd 
Don Kndicotl. Victoria Kinsmen Club 
is presenting Powerghdes and Ferguson 
KWs nf VamorrwMn climax Week 
of the Handicapped here, and has 
arranged a game bnlwpcn Powerglides 
and such all-time Victoria hoop greats 
as Norm Baker and rhn Chapman 
hi others. 


1 me loss- in i5 games against non- 
pai aplegic teams jn wheelchairs is the 
amazing record of ihe Dueek Power- 
glides of Vancouver, one of two wheel- 
chair basket hall teams which will he 
in action at Central Junior ’High School 
at K p.m. Saturday. Paraplegic mem- 
bers are John Allen, rent re. and clock- 
wise behind him. Rill Robson, foam 
captain Uoyd Chamberlain, Charlie 


WII.SON MOTORS 
l»if* at Quadra 


nAirmv ctnaio monpava 


On Stage — Langham Court Theatre 

VICTORIA THEATRE GUILD 


Daniel Freeman M^ked c>ut 
hie ftr*t tH>rru*strnd in the 
I’nllrd Slate? near Beatrice 
Neb., in iHf.l 


assie 


presents 


ANNUAL 

MEETING 

GREATER VICTORIA 
MUSIC FESTIVAL 


.'•v<- " on the program Howard 
larlow rondurls the oit’heslr.t 
t Hi i onrerl Hour, on (h in 
ie| 2 ThutsiJay night, fcaltiM** 
••(’Hal ntuxn - hv threr 1 harp* 
nd Mo/art .H Conretio No, ?|, 

onduefed by Syivlo 1 mi -harila. 


pteneni.s Jo^rph (V>l|en and n 
cast of top a>age m«m in 
'Broadway* a story about n»e 
fabulous erg of gangatera a*;i| 
flappet* th»* last of the ■ ur- 
reni «.« rtr*. 

Beautiful Ev» t.atM.r t M«n 
tn her favorite atage i *le 
Mart** a Jowly maid mUlaken 
foj royalty in “Candlelight,'' u 
bUli * I lu-alrr pn • 

• hannel ft. Thursday at 6 HI p m. 


Television is rapidly going tn 
the dog* At lea't 3<* fan i iXM! 
p» opt#- s|l dow n i‘ach wrek to 
w.itch two popular canine 
•how *. 

I*wl» and Kin Tin Tin air 

running paw topaw in the pupu 
larlty polls, w hich a ho >r|| art 
other story. The thnw* are 
watched by adult* and t hlldirn 
in equal number* 

lawie, who began earning h'* 
blaculta i>c* “she" i-> really a 
male dngt about 13 years ago 
•n the movie*, recently won an 
) nuny award for outstanding 


A Lively Comedy About Theatre I 


SATURDAY, MAY 7 TO 14 — 8.15 P.M 
Admission 

SI. 00 742 Fort Street 


Dr all night disc )ockey 
In Mnrla h Ernie Pe.trre, 
31 yfold CKDA staffer w|m 
rnteinK f’om lam to 7 
a m. inday * only . 

Afcugti tt l* rtol a rr<|ue*t 
slim/F inle ret elves Hit! or 
ni"i»bonc call* a night and 


year* ago after giaduating 
from the Academy of Radio 
Arts in Toronto. He originally 
rarne to Victoria In 1943 and 
worked tor the Dominion gov- 
ernment biology branch, hut 
found ‘There were too many 
mosquitoes '* 

Officially CKDA llhiarlan 
he can take over any pit* on 
the station and I* often called 
to do so 


ROrt LAR Ml SIC — ' F.ii'l 

Carroll Sketchbook' Is the pic 
truer movie on KOMOTV, Mon 
day at 9 It star* 4 onvUtin* 
Xloore *nd XXTIliam Xtarsliatl in 

•t story about a cumpnx'T, and 
Ihe famous Karl Carroll Broad- 
way show 

A musical review nf college 
ring* is slated for This Is X our 
Music on KING TV tontiht *t 
bin, complete with a beauty 
q.jeen ma|nietie trv lead the 
voigs The program will l»e 
t»‘l»ealed on K VOS TV, Ttiurs 
day at 8 p m 


Box Office, Kent 


OR CHILDHOOD BETRAYED 


DKOK. Penticton, CKOV, 
Kelowna and t'KON. Verrwm. 
have lownH the Okanagan 
Valiev Television Company. 
Operation involves a 
twit) outlay, with i (instruction 
to start In 14 months. 

t'lll'M re wa editor Vlr E'er 
fie was chosen to represent 
H •*. private radm stations on 
the inaugural CPA flight in 
Europe over the Nonh I'ote 


ntiXMX — a Million Dollar 
Story hnw- ( apt. Kurt t ari- 
sen’* determination to stav 
aboard 'The Flying Enterpi ise ' 
pn iv I4ed new faith and h»»pe to 
a pair of seasoned newspaper 
men and a newscaster will hr 
l.ild* mi TX Header's incest, on 
channel ft Monday evenin'; 

The He* | of Broadway, on 
channel 11 Wednesday evening, 


ASYONK CAN I.F..AKN 
TO PI XX A Ml NIC AL 
1NSTRI MKNT 


i e.ord 


Xf y 4 fteod Ml. ka hi 

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ntx wirhnur t name. chtMrrn x(trrr«l 
hv neglecr or misfrearmenr. recover 
their hifthrighr under the xhelrenng 
care of The ftalvanon Army. 


Make an Appointment 
T"da) for a 


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The \ on » n f l ife 


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( AMTAM-N MMlHfl ARTrRS; PANDORA AS 9 . 







10 fiatll) (Colontfit Victoria, B.C., Sun., May 1, 19SS 


Eagerly Awaiting League Opener 


winning. H i 


Shamrock h Knl >1< Hlllan hasn’t vet 


p Tl^cr*. with a 3-1 triumph 
t hi* Red Sox in the* Arnett* 
1-r.igue‘a nnl> other game, 
tse* loaded single hr Jttn 
M broke up a 11 pitching 
hot wren Chicago* Sandy 
uegra and Boston * George 


to use -VI < .ill ,i- centre t<i lark HlniiOa ind Pee Mpp Bradshaw 

With GUI almost certainly due lor his best season yet, this should 
tie a potent unit !i * '.*(•* to ««n that Kdjjar I >pher, SO 

year old Bedford Pa., fan ha* a basebgll record all ly« own He 
hasn't missed the Pittsburgh Pirate*’ first game sirfcit 1893 and 
was on hand for the 63rd eonsecutlve time last month. . . . 
Quietest person in his community lor the past several weeks has 
been Joe Vanderwlll although he and his wife Pat won the 
mixed doubles In .t tenpin tournament with a fine 1.253. Pat. 
you see, rolled 711 of the total on games of 215. 2£9 and 207. . . . 
Count Klee*, Citation, Bull Lea. Nasrullah. T*>m Fool, Roman. 
Allhhai and Royal Charger, some of horse racing's greatest, 
are all standing at stud in Kentucky and all command $5,000 
lees Nasrullah. jwhn was purrhaved from the Aga Khan for 
something like $3-15.000, )« booked for life, 


. I lome runs hv Gil Hodges. 
Puke Snider and Jackie Robin* 
sou. the latter * coming with n 
m.ite aboard paved the way f<*r 
Brooklyn's nut victors in 16 
starts Sam Jones started and 


(By The .iuodalrd I’rrui 

Baseball s must amazing Jinx 
Russ Meyer's invincibility 


mntimied 


day ns the vet 
righthander pu 
ron seem ive trlu 


Typical of the more than 120 yotincsters who turned 
out yesterday for first practice at Ksquimalt Little 
League park were the 1 hree shown above On left 
are two freckle-faced hopefuls, John Macdonald l9i 
of 4i K) Craisjflower and Gary Marshall (KM of 1018 
Tillicum. On right is Fergie Webster of 824 Bryden 


Court. Ksquimalt is third little league organized in 
Greater Victoria area in three seasons. Now being 
operated by parents' groups. Little League baseball 
w;flS started by Junior Chamber of Commerce in 195.1 
and co-sponsored by The Daily Colonisl. First games 
will be played later this month. 


Tyre*, has hc/*n signed by Oklahoma t ity nf the cla-s AA 
Texas league Montreal had 127 lighted ouMrmr rinks 

wnhm the eit\ limn* this past winter and there couldn't have 
been many youngster* who didn't get a chance to skatp . . . 
The hardy old season's-end report that Hick lr\ln I- going to 
retire cropped up again Just after the end of the NHL season 
Cougar coach Billy Rray, ex Cougar roach Roger l<egrr, Kenny 
Reardon. Klmer IjHi, Sammy Pollock, Butch Bouchard and 
Maurice Richard have all been mentioned as possible successors 
Richard's temperament is not for roaches, so he can he ellmin 
nted and, for the moment at least, so ran the o'herv Irvin will 
likely be hack with Canadlens come next hockey season. . . . 
Frank Sanlnre won the ARC singles In 1953 with < Vi and hi* 
doubles partner .Tony Sptnndo, won In 1954 with 723 A< part- 

ii«h 93rd and 481th in 
ident hunting licenses 
ti*h Columbia it’* S25 
xtra $25 if the visitor 


lofty Paul l.ar>alnie J 


enabled the st laii 

lit defeat the New 

62 and regain thi 
Uie National l.eag 
replace I starter E 


ov er 


Victoria City I 


nievs 


rims 

Port Alberni Club Next Hurdle 


pitched eight inm 


ner« 


In Maine have been h< 
plus trophy fee* for 


*s City lost m 
id in the openini 
,j into the old 


Murry 


Mean* 


Palle Wright, former 


to meet Port Al 


singles amt sharing the doubles title In a Toronb 
tournament ... Soccer under the lights looked 
ohserver. tending to make play look faster, and *h 
a good srltig and early-summer attraetion Give it 
Wednepsday when Victoria City tries it again . , . 

ho played part of a season ’ 

er again failing to * 
x plained he had deck 
id time ran out this s 
4 nf Chorlton that "there has to 
ues for n guy with legs like that 


final 


agile 


then 


three Ma 


K Chorlton, 

vlth Victoria 


In their it 

In a first round McGavin Cup behind i n 
match at Beacon Hill Park ve*- rally tnidv 
terday, Canadian Scott! *h stun that 
walt/e.1 to a 104) triumph over two goals 
a short handed Combines club. leaguers 
Playing against the wind in trol and 


a brief 


Jerrv I 


Centre-forward Ken Hlbbt 
nppned th»* scoring after 36 m 
uies. walking the hall Into t 
net alter Murphy had fumbl 
Chummy Crabbe's low shot, a 
Ah Travis made it 20 sev 
minutes later on a penalty ah 


Athletics, has given up base 
spot with the Seattle Rainier 
give baseball five yea 

Paul Richards 

place In the nr 


jiuer lias lourney 

w 

\ll But Wrapped Ip 


013001 


Helen Stewart Sets 
* Miracle 100 Yards 


least 40 fnrmer V 1 L players wpre 
Coa.sl league . . . Theagene* of 
mpic game* in 450 H C., was the 
m 1.406 fights with the restu*. a 
of hts*opponenl* were killed . . . 
ere held In 776 B.C. 


I .ane 
Friend 


Thaos,, champion of the 
•first famous fighter He 
heavy iron glove, and m*> 
The first Olympic Game* 


Me hols, Ri 


mg 


Hickson, I 


TWO FOR t III Al t 1 


nvt 


lon,*s, A 


'ley er 


Amei 


ip 1873 The Quebec Golf Club 
3 Golf Club In 1875 The first 
founded In 18X1. , , Negro 
Derby 11 times, Isaac Murphy 
Simms and Jimmy Wink field 
i.«t have felt a rush of nostalgia 


lApaltn* 


s events aft 
In the Armp! 


theatre 


Rngnvin, Milt 


( lily's Table Tennis Stai 
Beaten in lYovineial Final 


Duncan in t 


’ARTMRNT Kaqulmalt 
Arrows and Tllllpsicn* In 
to data At baf 129 h»t< 


B-.ttl 


rm i lies Gel Greengrass 
In I hree-lor- 1 hree Swap 

PHILADELPHIA > AM Rideik ha* been In the 


ladle*' tltleholdi 
finals but I"* 1 
mover s Dawn f 


Pnrlfrflslrf 


otiv 


for thtee 


Sport* Ki\lurp« 
Srlirtlulnl I odny 


nmhlna* Ion 


OPTIIAIJ, WONKOI T 


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19 J J 20 19 21, 21 'h 
srr. one V|ct*«rian n*»n 


WAV* «WUC-» 


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COMING MAY 19 and ’0 

\ irloria Optimist Internal *»nai 

BOXING TOURNAMENT 
OF CHAMPIONS 

At the Memorial Arena 


t th 


l op Amateur Ri 
Carded for Arc 


Practice Set 

For Altos \ 


n|r« w| 
rond 1« 
meet U 


nf the Phil*' celei 


' INTERCITY * 

! LACROSSE, 

^ SEASON TICKETS S 


g rasa hit only - 2H 
sut bad 95 runs hat 
id 100 RRI* In 195-3 
nnix of the Phillies 


practice today at VV 
• t 2 pm 


inlck figures to be t 
•her behind Stan 1. 


Mesr 


president at a dieefing hi 

earlier this week Col G, 
Bagot wa* named honors 
president, Bernard Shaw v 

fleeted vice • president; 1 

Dover Master* was returned 
secretary, and Al Jagger * 
John" Mom were elected te 
captain and vloe-captain 
apectlvely. 


year* you 


Andv 


Coast League 


big men In the Phillies' 
pennant drive. 


On Rate I ornmnwlnf 

Office Daily I am to $ 


Night Soccer ^ 
To Let Encore S 


Baselmll 


ar with 


hkTTCHISON TO FIGHT 


Practice Today 
For Junior Rocks 


with *lx hits *r 
in 18 times at bat 


their 


■ncka will hold a 


Junior 

workout at the Ksquimalt 
crosxe box Sunday 
10 a m- under co 
Browning 

All Inst year'* r 
others intereated ar 
attr L 


s later, the Phllile* added 
r player, picking up v**t 
Inflelder Roy SmalhJjr 

auk**e Braves for an 


Archie 


RI MKMBF.R -MANN Cl V F1VMA Dt WFAT 
THW YKAB 


from Milw 


ther boys' w»>rk with a pnrtto 
of the proceeds doing direct! 
to the Greater VirlortS Box in 


mover Island fiolden Ri 


loot leagtre playe 
ed later. 


Shore 


ampton In 


wUvaccd 

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DOOR 

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PLYMOUTH 


Hill Greens Opened 


Daily (Colonial Virioru, bc., Son , Miy 1, 1955 n 


Victoria Eagles yesterday l-«t but i 
out tn two bids for provincial held t 
minor soccer crowns In the first Ad. 
day of play in the nnnual "tour Inlo j 
nainent of champions" at Van the i 
cohver's Calitster Park. "ell 

Having in the opening game a >' *■' 


North Shore All-Blacks won Ail Blacks »hcir margin of* vie- 
the Barnard Cup, emblematic of lory «» f »«*r the Bays had battled 
British Columbia senior Knglls 1 from behind to even the count 
rugby supremacy, by edgin': with 20 minutes remain, ng 


Association, 8-5. at Macdonald during the opening half hut the 
Park yesterday afternoon. aggressive North Shore for- 
Buck Ellison* try. riming * ar ,is, faster on ihe ball than 
with two ifiiputes left in the the virtnrfarvs earned the All- 
Joosely. played contest gave tre'BIa- ks the best -.coring hince^s 

in the speedy end s< vend niches 
that were a feature of first- 
half action. 

PUNA 


»ains 


TV TRY 

All-Blacks forced the pLy l.i 
the op»-nlng stages ol the sec- 
ond session arid, after forcing 
.i series of lineouis near the 
IB A A line, u'ent in front when 
Renfrew was awarded a nenalty 
try as Victoria forward Ray 
Ramsay was called for obstruc- 
tion. Alex Mahoud hooted the i 
conversion to put the visitors! 
out in front at .VO. 

One nf the finefet backfield 
XOrlie*; of the game produced 
the lone JBAA iry. After the 
1 backs had carried the bail on a 
135-yard run. wing-three quarter 
| Gary Pynn lofted a cross kick 
behind the North Shore josts 
when* rugged Harry Turner 


Swa th* 

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s. H. Sands, president; Mrs. M. Stanley, 
secret ary- treasurer of the ladi<*s‘ sec- 
tion. and Mrs. G. Upward, ladies* presi- 
dent. All 16 preens were in near-perfect 
condition and play continued through- 
out the afternoon after-a short opening 
talk by Dr. Sands and the rolling of 
the first .ball. 


Toro Build# the 
largest NrllinK 


Official opening of the Beacon Hill 
greens of the Victoria Lawn Bowling 
Club took place yesterday afternoon 
with close to 100 members and pros- 
pective members present. Jim Tang, 
S |>ort$ editor of The Daily Colonist, is 
shown above rolling the first ball. 
Directly behind^Jgom left to right, are 
Tom Elliott, secretary -treasurer; Dr. 


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VICTORIA’S 


Lou Kellie took over the top 
rung of the white division of 
the Victoria City Che** Club's 
ladder competition last week by' fell on the bouncing ball for u 
defeating A V. Miller, who try 
dropped to second plarc. 

In the red division. T. J. 

Stewart moved into second 
place and gained the right to 
challenge G. Jones for the top 
rung by defeating IT. Selander. 

Jones drew a bye. 

Last week's result**: 

_ R*d iMviaitn T J Btrwart I H fatyg 

obstruction call that gave All- 
Ularks their first try, protested 
strongly that the final score 
should pot have been allowed. 

Renfrew, Mahoud 'and Bill 
Stewart turned in outstanding 
performances for the Shore.* 
while Pynn appeared the most 
effective of the Bays in the 
rugged game which was marre l 
by repeated scrums resulting 
from minor rule infractions. 


Corner 
Broad al 
Cormorant 


Pynn made good on l-'ie W T ^ ^ 

r ' n ,hr L.S. Lourt s Decree 

SC ORE PROTESTED — _ 11^ I 1 1 J 

May Lnd I ootba 1 1 W a r 

duced the winning score with ’ 

Ellison falling across the line I 

for an unconverted try. The 1 CHICAGO (API- A Federal validity of the optional clause, 
who had questioned the Court decree Saturday m a y .will be signed by Hamilton with 

li other NFL clubs who wish 


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LONDON — Alan Thirl- 
well, who failed to gel a 
plure on Britain’s Walker 
Cup leant, yea ter day gave 
his own reply to the *elert- 
ors — by winning the Ln*- 
lish amateur golf champion- 
ship for Ihe second straight 
year. 

Thirl well, a 28 year -old 
Newcastle accountant, de- 
feated Michael Burgess, 28- 
year-old Sussex farmer, 7 
and 8 in the 36 hole final. 


O liomii 1 O. WUklnvr 
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j "The Federal Court decision 
definitely ended the wtr b*?- 
tween the Bears and Flamtlt m 
and will. have a profound impart 
on what other clubs will do. It 
is the first decision of Its kind 
and it may establish a pat* *rn." 


| Combines won the Lower 
I Island Junior and Juvenile 
1 Football Association Division V 
l 1 championship yesterday after- 
| noon by defeating Eagles, 6 3. 
who n t Hollywood Park, 
i ihe Eagle# had won the first-half 
nrwr- utle by 10 points during league 
at her i play but Combines forced the' 
h M playoff as Uiey took second-half 
honors with a six point margin.! 

Combines opened up a 52 
toad in the first half of yes- 
j j I »erday's playoff and split two 
s } | goals with the Btrdmen in the 
I second session. 

1 1 | Outside left Gary' Fletcher 
i j pan-tl Combines to the triumph 
i with n fine thr*>«*-goai effort 
*.v#ir I The winners' other goals came 

who found 


“QUEEN OF 
HEARTS" 
Heart design, 
Sets from 

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Janie Wheaton and Joan points, w .me 
Mcllmoyl each posted four 
successive victories *o win np |q MrKcnzi 
girls' championships in the , )irpe ra , rVi fj 
YMCA swimming meet held points, 
last night at the Y pool. i Results: 

Doug Patterson' splashed c.iri.s vndir ii 
home first in three of his four L ^' n r ’ r '' J 

races to win the boys’ under-13 J 

crown w hile H. McKenzie posted fl r r ••!*! f'.kf — 1 
three wins to nose our David , J ’j 

QuisM-y by r single point in tAram, j j utAi 
it he boys’ under - 11 cham* ■ OTS ** 

Huiurflr— l. D Q 

Iplonship. j h 

Four races butterfly, breast- ( “ r,K j 

stroke and free stvle — were held q*i!*>*t j l wtjti 

irr.tr I H 

in each division. g.n*>rr. 

Patterson -took the buttery, * OT> * B 

free style and backstroke event** V j ■ 

and finished seenml to B , 

VValiarr* in the breaststroke oir-n: i e Nrl«- 
for an 18 point total, seven j.‘ , k , Ouw» J 
points in front of Wallace, who nova vkdkr i» 
adtied two second places to his w ”n*rr' f! i’ ’*» *•« 
breaststroke win. rrr»»«ytr— t d 

McKenzie's triumphs in the W n^iI'.trnk*Li l> * 
: freestyle, breaststroke and r, “ #r *" n J Y t 
backstroke e«rne<l him L> *uwm; j. m m«* 


SAN RAFAEL. Calif, (L’Pl — 
Promoter Jack Solomons, who 
salii he was here to arrange a 
retupn match for Rocky Marci- 
ano after he loses his cham- 
pionship, watched England’s 
Don Cockell go through his 
paces Saturday. 

"As long as he is fit. he is a 
certainly to win." Solomons, 
England’s leading promoter, 
said of Cockell. who Is working 
out here In preparation f*»r his 
world's heavyweight champion- 
ship fight vvph Marciano, May 
36. 

"I’m sure Cockelt can outbox 
Marciano and he should cut him 
up and stop him. I came to the 
United States and San Francis- 
co to make the return match 
fur London," Solomons said. 


"This is how Jiqre I am that 
Don will win the world's litle.'lt 
will do three times as much 
money in London as In Ameri- 
ca, no matter what it does here. 
The British people said to me 
when I left, ‘Don't let the re- 


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from Joe Stebeck 
the rigging twice, and Jack 
Kirk. 

Hal Plfon, Jim Nelmes and 
Bruce Pollard each counted 
once for Eagles In the game 
l Haft wound up LIJJFA com 
petition for this season. 


NO CARRYING 
i BARGES 

>• Ini'irans* lot Or* Yr*r 
Alum! Lam ThkO. 


Solomon*! added "I'm greatly "RAIDS STOP I r.D 
surprised at CockeU’s excellent | 'This restrains th 
condition and his boxing. He t -i u h from any effo 
was never a great gym fighter, | up players under eti 
but he bx>ked good lo me to- f the Bears and als 
day. He is bothered by ihe head, any attempt by the 
guard — something he never . coach to induce 
wore in England." | lump a contract. 

SPARS SIX ROI NDS 

_ . .. . . , ... 1 lore, but never a pc 

< ockelt brought his to'al * 1Jt „ tlon 

rounds of sparring for the ., ThJ . ca|H . , s 
match tn 200 yesterday by go , n , w , 6quarely , 
lug six rounds, two with Grant | Court #n(i it is |he 
Butcher, two with Ron Harmon kn<jW of lha( A Ff 
and then two more with Butch- ha> „ l)ecj(irii on the 
er. He has aparred 150 round* L onlract and f , p „ on 
in England and another 50 here. | ( j ausr 

Cockell ussd a stiff left Jab! „ It „ vpry | m| 
and right hand uppercut against |fJ , hr futur<% of ffl( , 
Butcher In the first two srs-i John RoosoI . ( cnu 
Uions Hr got hit a lew good, 1UmUton T | gcr Ca 
I right-hand punches by Harmon. j tara fl lon the 5130 
then finished up strong with L. as , Pft |efi out of 
Butcher, hitting him hard with .. nominal sum 
| left and right hand blows to the (loorgc jjaia* 0 w 

head and body'. u he Bears, eon flrme 

The fighters were swapping | |h _ sCtllrmrn , on n; 


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1 9fS5' Inter-Ci/y ljicnww League 
schedule which opens nest Sat 
urda\ ends on August 1.1 
Release of the schedule yes 
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bermen next Saturday and that 
New' Westminster Salmonhellies 


most of their dome games on n - «•»» »" •« v»orou**r. 
Wednesday. 

Indians will call Vancouver 
Forum home territory, while 
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-Vurtim •! Ylrlarla 

Kfdn.ntln ai Nanaimo 
• Indiana ai Vaiirnu**' 

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Nanaimo a) N*« WvititwnaUr 
-Vanroii»tr al Inillant. 

Ylrlarla ai iim*« 

-Victoria ai V«ncoijt*r 
Indian* al Ylrlarla 
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Smuwhhn at Indiana 
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I- Vanaimn •' Sra Waaimloalar 
J N W'ralmmatri al Vancouaar 
I Saaalata al Ylrlarla 
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4 Vancourar ai 'Indiana. 


Mar It — Indiana ai Nra Waiimmalrr. 
Mar JO Nanaimo al Inl ani . 

Mar II Ylrlarla al Sianalma. 

Mar JO— Indiana al Vaiu-«u»»r. ■* 

Mar II Naaalma al Ylrlarla 

Mar JJ Nca Wralmlnalcr al fnrtlast 

Mar *• Vancourar at N*w Wrtlaluttar 

Mar J1- Victoria al Ind anr 

Mar J4— Nr* Waa'mloatrr ai Nanaimo 

Mar JO Nan SMlnloilrt al llrlacla 

Mar || Nanaimo al Vancourar 

Junt | ladlaaa al Malaria 

Juna J- Indiana al Nrn Wcaiaainatar 

Juna I— Victoria at Vancourar 


By JOHN I AHKOVX 

LONDON tAPt — Fnglmh 
League soccer club* played 
their last full .sliiie of the -ea 
*on Saturday hut they still 


'unt 4—' Vanociuftr it Kb mima 


game of the season at Nanai 


t»unf«:irilin* A 0 Third l tr.tr, 
Hamll'on A I S' Jnhnocnr J 
MOMnn I Alrdriannanr J 
Sh'—na Pan J Ayr "V J 
iHi'ii i. nr.tr 
Arda 1 Olaninran I. 

Nallrmana tl I Rangnr J 
Cruaadrr* J Pnilaannn 0 
rVrrv CUv 1 L>nlioid J 
l>i«ii|lcry 1 CMcrainc 1 
(llrnavnn 1, Cllf-nnvll r I. 


Shamrocks and Nanaimo's Tim 
hermen. the league's keenest 
rivals who are being picked to 
hat tie it out for the league 
championship. 

F.ach of the five clubs will 
play 32 games in the SO game 
schedule, meeting the other 
The Shamrocks are scheduled fnur clubs eight times, four 
for 13 Wednesday, one Monday time* at home The first four 
and two Friday games at home clubs will play off for the right 
Nanaimo will play at home 15 In enter the Mann Cup final*. 
Saturdays and once on Friday, to he played In the west this 
The regular home games of Near, with the first and third 
mostly Tuesday* and Indian* and *econd and fourth dub* 
New Westminster will he no meeting in the semi finals. 
Thursday while Vancouver's iilH*2 c w T V 
lacrosse night will he mostly m»» w- imiu. *i vi.t-n, 

Tue«d»>< and IndUn. will pl.y !’. S" 1 .' .V 


Manalma •< Vanrnurrr, 
VnMen •! Vlclarta 
inilian* •' Nr* Wcumtaitcr 
Virtu • at lm! an* 

*»■ w»»«min«'»r at Nanaimo 


Juna ■ -Victoria at Nca W»«tm!n»i*r 
Juna l#— Nca Wf«*imln*'»r at Vancouver 
June li -Indian* ai Nanatmn 
June 1* Victoria at Vancouver 
Juna 14— Vancouver at Indian* 

June 14— Nanaimo ai Nea Wc*'mtn*(*r 
June n Victoria at Indian* 

Juna II -N*a Waainrnatar ai Nanalmn 

Juna 21— Indian* at Vancouver 

June JJ N.» W •-lialn.rr r al Ylrlarla 

Juna 3J- Vanc*u»er al Nea Watlmlouai 

June la— Nanaimo a> Intian- 

June I* Vaaraaver al Ylrlarla 

Juna 1% Via I aria al Nenalma 

June ]' Vancnuifr ai Nra Wnimiiu'rr 

Juna J* Victoria at Vanrnuvar 

Juna J*— Indian* al Ylrlarla 

Juna 14- Nanalmn al Nea We*' mln»*er 

Jul.v I Nea We«tmln*ler a' Indian* 

Jul» J Vanrourcr at Nanalmn 

Julv 4 Nanaimo al Inrllanr 

Jula I N»a Wearmintif »' Vaocouter 

Julv 4— Naaalaia al Ylrlarla 

Julv 1 Victoria al Nea Wr*i ititntlar 

Julv I Vanrouva* at Indian*. 

July *— Indiana a* Nanaimo 
Julv II — Vloimia at Indian* 

Jula IJ Nanaimo at Vancouver 
Jlllv IJ S.a W •ilttilniln *1 Vlriarl* 
Jula 14 — Indian* •• Nea S'Himlnttr. 
July 14— Nanaimo at Indian* 


WOOD — SPECIAL — WOOD 


LOU GEHRIG 


No 1 Ptr Wood, aio-a tari'ha vary aa*a to ap'U C*m»d for klirhen, 
furnaea. haaiaa and all-around uaa Haady to ourn. Beat wood to tova. 


2i 2 CORDS S10.00 

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usrd Insole rnrw.-trd U»n smith nr Gehrig when he pulled a The Spartan* of Michigan 
Ninred for Port Vale Smith's thigh muscle In his 13»h game Sum are getting ready to p« 
goal gave Vale a 141 victory Ruf Rig Rill will he hack Ardserute the radio announcer* 
Birmingham tierl 2 2 at Liver hi« 451 hatting average 'nil next fall on the gridiron As 

P n °l r j’ ,r * may i*e»c example. the> may have to 

rhelse*. which clinched the Gehrig * endurance, he may describe a plav’ like this: 

F r«-i r»'v*smn > jiampinn^iYip 1 s*t •'•'me rich* close In every other t"en ire .1 n ** Radac/ewukl 

veek. Ins. 21 against Man- wav ... his tag reads. ’Cant „napv the hall through quarter- 

rhes.e United in n* la*» match miss '* . . . hack J.m Ninnwski'y leg* to full- 

rtf the season Portsmouth de — - - n„rk R „ ( , r0 MHrz7arP „ a Mar* 

f.-aV'd Arsenal 2 1 and with one Na-hua. the hjg horse for next /aiella fakes m halfback Wall 
game still to play may finish Saturdav's Kentucky Derby, has Knwalcwk and now passes to 
in second place beaten Summer Tan. hi- chief end Tony Kolodztes.'* 

1- Elf KSI'KR DllOI’S rival. four out of five times It appear* that the announc- 

Leicester City |o«i. n-1 . at The ,n, *l margin on Nashua's er« will have to he the spartan*. 

■Huddersfield and that mean* the fn ur victories was » length and 

”T*ii y goe* down with Sheffield * n •’•Chth while Summer Tan’* r T 1 I /’I 

•\ertnesday Into the Second ,onA triumph .was hv a length |0 I 101101" XjlKHlipS 
division. i,n ^ * hilf Thus for five races. » 

Ipsw u'h Tow n beaten 21 hv Summer Tan is three eighths TORONTO <FU r Pi A ticker 
Britts t'otmtv and Derh\ Gnuntv icnglh in front and $17*1. tape parade and a civic recep- 

Bte the two bottom cluhs In ^^Ind tion will he given the Toronto 

Division II and will plav in the - . - 

Third Dlvitdnn next year R.k Arrhte Moore has to p„. lip Marlboro* when the new Me- 
tol niv has- gained promotion nr “Nuf up on Monday night mortal Cup champions return 
to Division II from Division W; 3 ]* 1 ®** when he hattles Nino Ntondav fmm Regina 
(Southern > and Barnsley Is al 'n a bout Mayor Nathan Phillips said 

most reriam to gain promotion »« * h " 'r**'” Grid's Sa tur day night the reception 

irom Division III tNortberm. heavyweight championship. No be “worthy of champions" 

Newcastle United and Man '* ln rJ ^hai wotW. * nd that the pliyew will receive 

Chester 4 II V- who meet in the H old Archie loses mPmonfrtr , from thf> r „ v 

football Association Cup final r ' r " on • he *»h|e to go around ^ 
at \\ emhley next Saturday, both 'hunting fjom the housetop^ 
lost Tottenham Hotspur He ' ^ i>l he can lick Rocky Marciano 
feated Newcastle 2 1 an»l Aston Th eie is incidentally, an argu 
ViMa downed Manchester City mf * n * °' p t‘ w ho I* going to 

2- 0 referee the bout . . . Since if* ^ 

The English season ends nexl being held In Las Vegas, the f 

Barurday with the cup final. i^niic will pmhablv he decided by 
Nvtiiil* nt BslurA.v CU,,ln K * deck of cards. ... > 1 X-W. 


HURRY, HURRY, HURRY f 

Admiral has the 


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Henry Lew is, | ] ; Monday Ring 
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Ned Irish. .50. Dick Wakefield, 
34 «*>. Mike McCormick. IK 
Freddie 'Red* Cnrhrane. 40. and 
Edgar < Special Delivery! Jonc*. 


Florida ix aliasing the hnal 
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Yew may win • b«g co*K prlj* d tiring Admiral'* Applionca 
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Hanar* a* yoor Adrmrat daolar *. A* »*»• la ***4ar A»k y**rr 
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COME SEE Conada s only RANGES with 
self-basting ROTARY ROASTER 


rsos 


TORONTO iRi'pi Don Kio* 
terman. * Loyola quarterback 
Who set nine college passing 
and running record* before en 
lering the UA army air cor,-** 
tw o and * half year* ago, signed 
a contract Saturday w|»h tne 
Toronto Argonaut* of me Rig 
Four. 


Admiral Votary Roast* r moko* 

IN* mot* d*tlC'Oul n**ol| *v*r H 
bo »t*f 0 » to Njrn«. oi/'on* 0 **«oMy . I or g* 
anovgk to Hold a compony «*(• toons 
rooM or fowl juH on* of in* many 
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n*w AHXM'al floctrx rana** O*- 


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Jet 

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LIGHTER BANDS 
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rang *4 «f*ol 'mil yaw *o 3 or 7 to**# 
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Farm, Industry Show Window, 
Jaycee Fair to Open Monday 


«ketche* and other native skill* 
•»y children. 

•City square dance groups will 
wrform every evening at 8 .Hi. 

Among the most Interesting 
•\hihlls will he salvage equlp- 
nent from Island Tug A Barge 
•Vatu red here will he diving 


With booming business 
and industry in British Co- 
lumbia, a large share le- 
flertod in this area, every- 
body likes to see what is 
going on. 

Rest chance since last vear Is 
nt the Victoria Industrial and 


emnrla 


and the furling Rink 

Even the gals and kids can 
gel into this act and love If 
There’ll he everything there a 
livestock, 
prizes a 
« wheel - 


merry-go t ■ 
the work*. 

It will he Vietnria * ninth «n ■ 
nu.il exhibition of a similar H 
nature hut this will bp 'lie N 
“mnstest with the hestest 

This year It will be tops. At- 
tendin' e target Is more than 
inn 000 people Lasfyea* 70.000 
saw the unique exhibition. ( |i 

000 the first day. wr 

There will he more than ITS 1 f> 
exhibitors whose products and srd m 
displays covet l.S-Sn feet of aisle 
frontage space Booth sizes will p | ;n r 
range from the usual eight by 
10 feet to double ihis 

Lots of Visitors ' Z* 

One of the main hehlnd the 
scenes attractions of the Javcee jj nn , 
show will he the numerous ( . l(| 
people it attract* from else r j ()h ( 
w here While . 71 per cent of ^ 
exhibits will he local, the re r „ hh|| 


CARLO RELLAf.ANTO 
Fair co-chairman and construc- 
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Fair chairman and direcior 


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Parade Route 
Outlined Here 

A parade to publicize the ex- 
hibition was held Saturday start- 
ing at 2 p.tn. through the down- 
town area from the Legislative 
Building* parking lot. Route 
w.n down Government. Yales 
and Blanshnrd Street to the 
j Arena. 


Ha iit| (Colonist. VtctoOs, t.C £5 


SfflSwin-i. Sway 
1 lighlights 

15i<^ l air 1 )n \ 

The Jaycc*.*:. have t>ooked the 
**Sks Devils." a foursome xway 
JH pole uct Irora Los Angeles f"r 
I performances In > All 

(m i formers are In the air at 
once, high under ihe roof with 
N no ifety net. They will he on 
6 a* mid afternoon and 10 p rn. 
W each day with feats of aero- 
hilly thief of bath** and balance at a giddy 


Jaycee 

Show 

Chiefs 


Sixteen of Victoria'* brighter 
young men are heading woik 
group* which have planned the 
Victoria Industrial and Agrlcul- 


PALMETTO 


TENTS 


They do everything from play 
the piano for a living to selling 
eye glas.se-, but for many weeks 
have been united in furthering 
the project which year by year 
lias become accepted as an in- 
tegral part of both business and 
community life here. 

Most are businessmen: frt the- 
ape when business acumen 
count- members of the luib. 
strong Victoria Junior Chamber 
of Commerie fc second oldest 
Jaycee gioup In the dominion. 

i-lea. ting these workers tor 
civic improvement and expan- 
sion Is Alf Heasllp, their quiet- 
spuken. efficent past-president 
in charge of ihe week-long 


MUSIC 

LESSON 


VICTORIA EXHIBITION 


SEE THIS TENT ON 
DISPLAY IN OI K 
BOOTH AT THE 
INDUSTRIAL AND 
AGK1CTJLTI RAL 
SHOW 


measure 


Damaske, entertainment chief Don 
Partridge (left) and Neil Neufeld, who 
is running the Queen competition. 


TENDING TO EAST MINI TE All 
KANGEMENTS for tl»e Miss Vic- 
toria” contest are chaperone Nona 


Pretty Misses to Strut 
Charms for Fair-Goers 


• lloOMIIH KTftOMGCft 

D»«U( hi *.*i» » » < »«d *n tr * 
fra dnllart mot> lh»n lb* *ht*S- 
r«t Util of tbll OP* •« tb* 

narkrt. 


Factory U^You make* this 
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MUSIC STUDIOS 


Success of beauty shows has but of such items as ability to Frsncrtto MacDonald, 20; Cory 
proven, as the song say*, that sing, dance, perform dramatic Archer, 21; Margaret Dohrocky, 
'There Is Nothing Like a reading, sketch, etc. JO; and Helene Smith, 19. 

Dame." though in Victoria the Crowning will be a regal at- Apart from the winner, two 
Junior Chamber of Commerce fair, performed by Miss Victoria runners-up will be princesses to 
gives it n refined touch. uf 1934, Hetty Dolman. Miss Victoria and will also re- 

Ju.st how refined will be dla- The newly-elected sovereign ceive substantial prizes. In fact, 
closed at the crowning of "Mis* will also be Victoria May Queen, all the girl* will receive tokens 
Victoria" of 1955. when five But, and this is a real nttrac- of appreciation from local busl- 
judges'— thrn ■ ■■ tuo Ifon tu the prettj competitors, ness houses, 

women— will pass critical eyes n l( . wli.rcr will go to London, 
over 10 lueal lovelies at the (jnt, to compete as Victoria * 

Agricultural Fair. r representative in the "Miss Can 

Actual judging will be on the a q a ” contest, to which long- 
final night of the allow, next (egged Indies across the Do- 
Sat urday. at approximately 10.30 minion look with envy. It will 
p m. Hut show goers will have t*, an ail expense trip by Ihe 
ample time to make their own Jaycces. If. perchance, the Vic 
decisions on the merlLs ,nf ( OJij| representative wins that 


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a EKE ARE THE "SKY 
DEVII-S,” famed trapeze artists 
who will perform under the 
rooftop of the arena 125 feet 
up— with no net! 


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Phone : nr: 


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Parade Tops 
Local Interest 

Two band*, three drill teams 
ami queen contestants in pretty 
costumes took part. 

Musicians were Ihe Eagles’ 
and Elks’ bands, and marchers 
were the Eagles Ladles’ Drill 
Team and Eaglettes Drill Team 
and Victoria Girls' Drill Team. 1 

Little League ball players also 
participated. 

On Thursday, May 5, certifi- 
cates will be p. esented at the 
fair to 28 stuaent drivers who 
have completed a driving course 
sponsored by the Junior Cham- 
ber safety committee. 

So. no matter who comes to 
the fair, there's something for 
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City where fame, generally, fol 
low s last. 

They'll strut their stuff In 
both battling suits, street 
clothes and more formal attire, 
provided through the courtesy 
ol local apparel shops. Seeing 
that they are on their foes for 
the big event— sort of “follow* 
the poise"- will l«e Times 
fashion editor Nona Domaske. 
whose official title is “chap- 
crone.'* 

LIKE THE FAST 

Judging will be on the same 
basis as the "Miss Canada" 
event: 50 per cent beauty, split 
between appearance In a bath- 
ing suit and In other clothes: 
25 per cent talent and 25 per 
cent for sheer, unmitigated, out- 
standing and shining personal- 
ity. 

Here are the heavenly hope 
fuls: 

Diane Rushton, IS; Doreen 
Wells, IS; Nonl Pearson. 18. 
Shirley William*. 19; Marion 
Keddle, 19; Edith Downing. 22; 


Hi-Fashion 
Order of Day 
For Viewers 

Scurrah's Ltd., which has 
been In the same Yates Street 
location since founded hy Percy 
Scurrah in 1912, will present 
one of the highlights of the 
fair— especially for the ladies. 

Two fashion shows, modeled 
by members of the Solarium 
Junior League, will tread run- 
ways twice daily, at 3.30 p.m. 
and 9 pm. 

Everything <or nearly) will 
be shown in women’s clothing, 
twthlng suits, play clothes, for- 
mnis and several New York ex- 
elusive stylings. Eight Junior 
league models will take part 
and commentator will be fash- 
ion expert Ida Bianco. 


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IS Oailll (ToloiUBl Victoria. B C„ Sun. May 1. 19SS 


illi the Bov Scouts 


On the Ijalutr Front 


Planning 


1 roops 
Holiday Bonfire 


island unions iioing neseami 
On Manufacturing Pay Rates 


Coarse No. 1 FIR — Guaranteed 


turned out with the Mr Tol- 
mie group to attend a "Scout- 
ing Explained" course. In view 
n! the tact that they now have 
three packs and three troops 
tne group 1* considering split- 
ting Into two groups. 


H V K E. MILKS 
Executive District 
< ommiaaloner 

Scouts from Parkdale and 
rillleum gmupe'wlil hold a bon 
f re at Hampton Park In connec- 
tion with the Victoria Day 
celebrations. 


HV till I MAYOR r.rdei wijh which Ihe hear goilations with municipalities 

Trade unions on Vancouver in* concerned iC 40 cents an kept some unionists and board 
Island are beginning research hour for ogperlerteed employees, members busy, 
for brief to present to the DEFINITION of thr boardfc wrrp r *‘ 

Hoard of Industrial Relations on The manufacturing industry y^^UnefJlT .wllrr* .n^nn- 
proposals to revise the mm. room 1H defined as the ‘ work of cm ** '*'* ' f " r '* L*,' ' 

Uvi ,n ^ m ‘ ,nU, ‘" ' Uring lllnyrr ' , nR T 1 m fh V n;,klr,gl that .he labor K.-latlons Board 

Industry preparing, altering, repairing. ,, , , . . . 


2 Units by blower 
4 Units by blower 
2 Units, bulk .... 


Assistant Scoutmaster Stan 


1st Mt. Tolmie 


presented with his warrant at 


Labor Council secretary Pet < y packing, assembling the parts of. 
Rayment said yesterday he has or adapting for use or sale any 
been assured by the board ..that article or commodity.'* 

/» * • * 
^Hearings are also tube held The recent rash of arbitration 
l r Vancouver May 2. 'boards tor (irealer Victoria 

Male and female minimum police and fire department m* 


the troop meeting Members 
of the group committee were 
in attendance. 


Parkdale Troop recently held 
a father ami-son hike- The 
fathers worked as a patrol and 
were able to keep up wdth their 
hoys In spite of efforts of their 
patrol leader > to slow them 
down. Needless to say, the 
patrol leader wa* one of the 
ooys. 


policemen and Saanich fire camping tests, 
fighters. ,* * ★ 

Victoria polirqjnan L o r n e Rover Sid Bell of the Farifield 
Shandley presented his union's Crew, having finished his term 
ta^e before the arbitration at L'BC, will shortly be leaving 
board and a few days later sat for -Europe as cadet officer with 
-as the union nominee for Oak the RCAF under Die university 
Bay policemen. training plan. 

J. G. Ruttan, Victoria lawyer. * * * 

represented the 
at rhi trail' 


2*2 Cords Block Slabs 
2*2 Cords Split Wood 
2 Cords, 2-Foot Wood. 


District Rover Leader 
Richard Warner presented the 
president of the Chief Seattle 
Council with an engraved dla 
mnnd willow thumhslick at the 
Seoul Circus In Seattle April 
23. Rovers from the district 
took part in the grand parade 
and were well received by the 
spectators at the circus. 


city in pdhre View Royal Pack and Troop 
• :i and also Oak Bay held a combined church par arte 
.municipality in its negotiations, on St. George's day. Troop 
Siting f"i Saanich police J.eader Stan Smythe read the 
arbitration were A I. Thomas, lesson as 21 Cubs. 12 Scouts and 
former Saamrh councillor IL K. se» Smuts attended church 
Bate and Esquimau policeman with eight leaders. 

James Smart. * * * 

* * * Some 35 parents and leaders 

The battle of Kilimat by trade i 
unions has apparently reached 
another critical stage. 

Vancouver reports are that 
the l' n 1 1 e d Steelworkers 
(C IO-CCLI claim to tie win- 
ning the battle for member- 
ship in the trig aluminum 
centre and will soon apply 
for certification from the 
I .aln it Relations Board. 

TLC organizer Tom Gooder - 1 
ham is also reported ready- to-* 
return to Kltlmat on negntia-| 
lion and membership drives. 


2*2 Cords 
5 Cords . 


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WE CAN BE PROUD OF THE FACT THAT THE 
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VOLUNTARY ASSISTANCE MAKES POSSIBLE 
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Hauling Charge Only 


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TU' meetings tnis week arc 
carpenters. Monday; electri- 
cian*-. musicians, stereotypers. 
Tuesday; TLC council, Wednes- 
day; auto worker*, lathers. 
Thursday . sheet metal workers 
bookbinders, plasterer*, national 
defense workers. Friday; elec- 
tricians. Saturday. 

Ct’L metingji include marhm- 
I isis. Monday, fuel distributors. 
Tuesday; laundry workers, 
Wednesday; CBRE. Dlv. 234, 


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filvfnf ».nr rnllr* (ardrn ihe brnrtu «f i li« full.tirnrOi mlitura. 
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For a Complete, Scientific Service, Phone 


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CITY CONSTRUCTION 


flatly CHalantBt Victoria, BC, Son., May 1, 1955 


Picture Windows at Both End 


JotiDie- vision Miov 
Billed lor Holland 


The Litxrun passenger liner 
Mx/atlan Is strikebound at Ynr 
row’s Ltd. until early next week, 
at least. 

A. W. Toone. -president of the 
Metal Trades Council, said yes- 
terday the ship will remain 
"hot" until the owners, the 
Greek-owned Mare o Pacific 


Mr Oliver said earlier he was 
protesting to Ottawa agrflnst 
the strike against the Liberian- 
registered vessel and added 
Liberia might close Victoria 
to all of its ships. 


OIRSCHOT, The Netherlands (NANA) — This 
tiny Dutch town will he v-eing double next month. 

On May !I hundreds of jmirs of twins from many 
part* of Furo[»e will come here for a two-day 
“European Congress for Twin*" to talk al*out “the 
•erious problems unique to this ealegory of citizen.” 


The ship is at Yarrows for 
repair and has no crew aboard 
Mr. Tonne said the council had 
not scheduled a meeting on (he 
matter. 

H. A. P. Oliver, Vancouver 
lawyer, who Is Llherlan consul 
in B,f . aai<J he was awaiting 
instructions from' the Liberian 
government and wus "in touch 
With the federal government." 


over 15 years — will take |*art in competitions for the 
twins who look moat alike, those who Ijwik least alike, 
the fattest pair, the thinnest, and the funniest. 

The best-looking will win the title: 'Twins of 
Europe, 1955.” 


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BY -I. T. JONES Sponsor* are ihe Sports Car 

This If the day of ihe sports r,ub ,,f and Nanaimo Fly- 
car races at Cassidy airport hig Club 
Competition starts at 1 p m . * * * 

with 10 Victoria cars entered MAKER \TIK LEAD 

It will be «mmethirig entire!/ More about racing .lean Rchia 
different from the automobile of France, in a Maserati. won 
raring the Island his *ecn so the Grand 1'rlx of France last 
lar. It will t»e run on ;i two-mile week Mnseratls -.wept th>- fi> -t 
circuit laid out on the airport f'Utr pla> cs driven by Rrh i 
runways, with left and right Luigi Mussn . f paly, Roberio 
corners a tough course, accord Mitres of Argentina and Stirling 
Ing to best reports so far. Mow, ,.f Britain. 


Speedway Motor* lias named 
Ralph Nickels sal. s manager, 
and the tulk there is *JI about 
expansion. Bruce Passmore 
says his Volkswagen business 
Is so good he now has s|\ 
salesmen. The firm Imn added 
a full scale department anil 
Is loo' log for room to expand 
lls ipiarters. 

F'a^-mme, well known in Vie 
tona for his racing barkcrnm.d 


VIC TO* I* 

*a*iv « 

Ylaonu. f.-jun Vamrou.fr C>i»» 
rnttr drr.lork at Ya-rosa Urn Kid ! 
-i .f ros >KiD( Sroi i 
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roaT At BtRM 


A customer inquire*' What 
w.ts the car that crashed u> The 
the opening scene nf "The run M 
Racers." It was a Frazer Nash be the 
la* Mans replica ;md It seemed ‘he p 
a shame to hash it up that way c|a«». 

E rarer Nash, h\ the way, j* not evej- t 
connected wbh ( manu/ac Tlic 
hirers of die s.ime name The nine 
nrs are built by ('opt Archie Make 
F’razer Nash In England, 
g— — — — — - -- t enough 


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• od Vaa.a Ina.ttc, 
o «fa i »»t«rd»r aft* 


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Here’s n n economy home with really 
adequate storage space, a spacious 
living room with fireplace, and a three- 
bedroom sleeping nrea set apart from 
the living area for privacy. With 
completion of landscaping and founda- 
tion planting its appearance will rank 
with the best. The kitchen layout will 


lor an average driveway 
12’ wide by 90* long 

1. Pay nothing for 1 
month after driveway 
is laid. 


mistily Noils are run- 
again, and may Ik* they'll 
Lite grade this time. 
They've been trying Ion™ 
Lately it's been pretty 
I much a monopoly of Kuril* 
chaaala and Offcnhauser on- 
Pines. They may call n the 
y- Ip Tue Seat Cqvt .Special or 
the South Grand Rapids Wind 
shield De Mist Special, hut 
underneath heals ihe heart of 
a Kuriis-Of fy. t, 

( onsldcring that Offenhaus- 
w's 'tiller engine design Is 
alHiut xs nhl n *, the Joke limil, 
of Ihe same name. It has stood 
up very well. Rut whatever 
became of progress? 


SEE GEO. BIRNIE 


On r« tn pla'a PrlU Hall Srrfpni 

ra<,ulr« no pulling up ••sing down, 
pajntlni or repairing Bair to lot:«U 
on your pr*««ni srindnwa No cul- 
ling nr fitUng Ma.i«. of rtul- fram- 
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R' 4. KAI.rtl DAI. /EI.I. proof, never need decorating 

Spring cleaning and decora! *«d can Im* cleaned with a 
Ing time is here and many home damp doth, 
owners must deride what in do A BCD In picture X represents 

about wall surfaces which are J wall of a typical room. The 
cracked, rough <»r otherw ise un venire line of ihe wall Is, shown 
suitable for painting nr wall Homeowners may draw 

papering. ithls sketch to scale or use chalk 

If the plaster or other old sur- tor making lines on the walls, 
fac.-s are not likely t.. fall off, AT CENTRE LINE 
■modern and beautiful new ma , Start planning block location* 
♦ dials ran hr- applied ,by the at the centre line. In a room 
homeowner with ft minimum of 12 foot long, four whole blocks 
effort or expense. «as n. h. r. d and e. f, g. h. can 

ri.e new materials include be placed to the right and left 
thio marlllc type materials In of the centre Une Block* r and s 
a great variety of colors, pat which must be more narrow! 
terns and textures. The l« make th«* border for this wall 
Inch M,..«re materials are soil- I'lan all other wall* In ih« 


Firestone has a Imp of new 
tires for the 500 this year 
as it has every year. The trend 
compound is n cooler-running 
lype. and the tread Is thicker 
and narrower for longer wear 
and better handling. The body 
Is six ply nylon rnrd. heat- 
treated. All the cars except 
Novi will be using the same 
si/e. 

One last raring Hem: A clergy- 
man down in Los Angeles has 
designed and built an Indianapo- 
lis 'ar with a radical engine. 

DIFFERENT 

He call* it ’'fdanarlrcle ' and 
says- it has no cylinders, no 
pistons, no valves and no crank- 
shaft, and Is air-cooled. And 
Its not a turbine 

Now there’s a puzzle for von. 


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Speaking of turbine*. Chrysler 
Corporation ha* disclosed that 
a turbine powered Plymouth has 
been running around Detroit, 
and hardly anybody nnfieed it 
was different 

This cmi Id mean that nil 
problems except prodnelinrt 
coats have been whipped, and 
If so. turbine* may l*e closer 
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sanv- way so blin ks less than 
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i rnern of the room. If the 
ceiling is eight feef high, six 
rows of blocks are ne«-d«-d f<»r 
eni h wall. 

Remove the old hftX# hoard 
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While they lost 


FRI IT TREES 
SHIM RH . ROsp.S 

25% OFF! 


Carefully mixed, proved 
Ideal for local condition*. 

ri r 

only 03 


POULTRY NETTING 

20-Gauge, 1 and 2 Inch Mesh 
Cut to Any Length 

PRICED TO 


Early Epicure 
SFF.n POTATOES 

A UftlKMf "‘IpplT nf It: f m 
e* *s'ter »u*n' Alan » »u. 

an -a am 

Green Mountain 
Netted Gem 

Af>4 Otfiar *aa<t PotaiM, 


nt Oraen MU 


STUCCO WIRE 

Mesh x .W Inches Wide, 20-Gauge 

fH.75 Roll 


FERTILIZERS, TOO 


Don't miss (p products display 


visit booth 65 - 66 

Victoria Industrial and Agricultural Exhibition 


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Thousands Do and Enjoy It 


No Obligation Whatsoever 


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18 fiailif (Eolotttfi! Victoria, B.C., San., May I, 1953 




EATON 


SPECIALS 


SHOP MOM D AY 








T EATON C 

CANADA 


STORE HOURS 9am to 5 pm 
Wednesday 9 a.m to 1 p m — Phone 2-7141 


It Pays to Shop at EATON'S 


Boys’ Jackets 


Please, No Telephone or Mail Orders 

• These Items On Sale From 9 to 10 a.m. It Quantities Last 


Children’s Wagon 

Regulurly 7.19 

A sturdily • constructed wagon 
that will take plenty of hard 
knock*. Made with 24x11 -Inch 
wooden tray with 6- 
Inch wheels. Box fin* 


Half Price! 

nearing from regular stork . . . 
youth's smartly styled, single- 
breasted sport jackets. Two-button 
models with patch pockets Brown/ 
and fawn *h ides tn .sizes 36 to 4n* 
Regularly 22.50 to 27.50. 9 o’clock 
Special, each 


Re-Check the 16-Page Flyer Delivered to Your Door! 
Look for Special Early Morning Value* on This Page! 
. . . Make a Day of Shopping for Your Spring Need* 
Monday — Your Budget \\ ill Know the Money-Saving 
Difference! 


l«hrd In natural shade 
9 o'Clock Special, 


RATON'S— Boya' Wear, Third Hoot 


RATON'S — Toys, Third Floor 


Men’s Blazers 

Regularly 27.50 and 29.50 

Clearing Monday at way below 
usual price! Men’s all-wool, n«\y 
blue blazers In smart double or 
single breasted style with smoke 
pearl buttons and satin lining. 

Sizes 36 to 41 in the group, in- 
cluding some 

r„ r ',Ct ,,IN 1 Q99 A 

I o m 

K ATOM'S* — Men's Wear, .Main Floor 


New Summer Hat Styles 


Regularly 5.95 

Allergy-free sleeping comfort 
for every member of your 
family when you shop Mon- 
day for these thrift priced 
foam ruhher pillows! Standard 
size with preshrunk while 
rottnn rover, zipper closed. 
Limit, 2 to a cua 
tnmer. nkQ 

ft n'Clnck JOO 

Spoiki, a| 

each 

ETON'S— Household Linen*. 

Third Floor 


Women’s Shoes 


Men’s Blue Denims 


Regularly 5.19 

Shoes for women . . . taken from 
regular stock and reduced be- 
cause of broken sl/e ranges. In- 
cluded in the group are high and 
ruban heel pumps In red. blue, 
hmwn and black calf. 

Sizes 5 to 9 roller- QQ 

lively. 9 o'clock 
Special, pair 


Comfortable, Practical, Ixiw-Prired 

2ft Inches off floor. 16'* inch seat . . . 
Use them In the garden ... on 
the patio ... In a den or spare 
room . . . you'll love their com- 
fort. their *mart de 
sign' Light In weight ffcQQ 
yet sturdy 

9 o'Clock Special. _ J 

each V 

F ATOM’S — Furniture, Second 
Floor. House Furnishing* 
Buflding 


Unusual Savings! 

Sturdy blue denim that really takes 
rugged wear . . . and plenty of laun- 
derings! Have belt loops, roomy 
pockets, reinforced at 

points of strain Waist ^ 

s 3n to 1- a>v»rted leg Vj4w 
lengths. 9 o'Clock M 


K ATOM’S — Family Shoe < enlre, 
Second Moor 


Men’s Furnishing*.; 
Main Floor 


Clothespins 

Regularly 29c pkg. 

Buy-aU-^our clothes pin needs Monday at 
this serial Trans-Canada price! Sturdy 

pins made from strong wood 
. . . spring type. Packaged in 
lot* of 36. gfl q 

9 o'Clock Special. I M 

package 8 ■ 

KATON'S — Hnnaewsrea, Lower Main Floor 


Women’s Sweaters 

Regularly 1.95 and 6.95— 1 -j Price! 

Full-fashioned sleeves . . . dyed-to-match but- 
tons . . ; in short-*lgeveil pullovers and cardi- 
gans all of fine imported Botany 
wools Broken sizes 16 to 20 in the 
group . . . colours of while, navy, 
grev collectively. 9 o'clock Special, ^^47 
Cardigans, each ^ 

Pullovers, each. 'X.iT 


Witw "Buy" for the Farmer or 
Cinrdcner! 

Use It for all your spraying needs 
. . . ftom spraying trees and 
shrubs to spraying lawns hji I 
clearing up weeds. Choose from 
1' gallon or 3-gallon »i/.es . . - 
complete with extern $ 

WM QQ 

strap. 9 o’clock ■%**** 

Special, ■ 1 

each ' 

Y ATOM’S — Carden shop, 
latwer Main Floor 


Second Floor 


KATON 


Children’s Wool Socks jSJl 


Feather Pillows 


Specially IjOW Priced! 

Gardeners take note' . . . these 
locally-grown bulbs are of No. 1 
stock* and comprise a large 
variety of colour*. Plant now for 
a beautiful show In your garden 
...and for cut 
flower* Tor the Ae 

house 9 n't lock ^ 

Special, Bj H 

dozen 

I ATOM'S — Garden Sho|»„ 
l/ower Main Moor 


A Stock -I p- and -Save law Price! 

All wool socks nylon- reinforced at heel 
and to e for longer wear. Plain and fancy 
patterns. Snug-fitting elas- 
tic knit tops. Sizes | to 6 V 
9 o’clock A q 

Special. J A 

pair MM ■ 

I A TON'S — Bargain Basement 


Sturdy plump pillows Stuffed 
with clean chicken feathers 
and covered with strong floral 
ticking. Size ^ 

^ppenx 8 IQ 

17x24x3" T I J 

9- o'clock u 

Spec i«t each ■ 


R \ TON'S — Bargain Basement 


Men’s Sweaters 

Ordinarily 6.95 


Regularly R.95 to 35.95 

Manufacturer* clearance of 
factory carpet samples . . 
», price and less! Wiltons. 
Axminster and cottons tn 
various colours >i/es (rum 
approx. 27x54 to 4.6x4 6. 

I» .>•( luck Special, each 


Ordinarily 37c 

Clearance of quality 3 ply wool suitable 

for all baby garments and fine knitting. 

Treated to be shrink resist 

ant . . . comes In pink and 

blue only Approx 1 C 

hall 9 o'Clock Special 

each 

I ATOM 'S — VA nola. Third Floor 


Men’s wool pullovers In a nice soft 
finish. Long-sleeved style with "V 
neck and neatly ribbed ruffs and 
waistband. Choice of good 
ty and wine 

Sizes 36 to 44 047 

«♦ i««k Bpaokd, m 

each W 4 

FA TON’S— Men's Furnishings, 
Msln Floor 


RATON’S — Floor Covering*. 

Main Floor, House 
Furnish ini;* Building 


Women's Outsize 

Nightgowns 

Regularly 2.541 

lively cotton phase gowns clear 
Ing at a special low price Mon ^ 
■ out* Be only 1 omfori 

."-I 

n. i sleeve* A*soiie-1 colour * • 

You who wear out 
■ ize. take advantage gM AA 

of this saving’ T uu ^M 

* n'( k»ck Special. I 

each ■ 

KATON H- lingerie. Setnid Floor 


All-Wool Tartans 


Packard Electric Shaver 

Regularly 17.95 — H Off! 

The Packard "Diplomat" is a 
durable, precision iiv-'nimml 
that will give > u year* ..f 
service' Operates on 11" v- .It 
AC or DC 60 cycle A hand /7 


Regulnrly 4.95 


Economical 54" all wool tartan* In 
authentic tart a a* of Royal .Stewart. 
Buchanan. Dress McLeod and 
Erachl Camrrnn. Reduced for 
quirk rlearanre' ... a 


beautiful quality for 
suit* skirt* and slacks. ■■48 
9 n I Iftdk f 

yard Mm 

F. ATOM’S— Fabrics, Third Floor 


Idea' 

9 o’clock 
KpeHal. 

each 


RATON’S — Cutlery, 
Main Floor 








Wherein habit brings 
an unexpected climax 
to a smart man s plans 


'TT1K evening l> foio sulli-d for 
* Lblxrfi. Jean Gully s it in a cafe 
with an underground agent. who 
told aim that one of hi« fellow pax- 
senger* would be a German refugee 
called Olio (IruU r. 

“You Know aboii* lb Mum* Al- 
brecht " the ng^tU said) "According 
to ttie t^s( U |M) ho whs Killed a month 
ago In Karls. Hi.' IhhU hjisn’-t heen 
found and of course It may l*«.» at 
the bottom of tin* Selin* Hut we 
have reason to think iju-rwl-e. A 
clever rr.atj like thU Dr. Albrecht 
roust reull/e the wot !» io*t for 
Germany at id that hr will lie held 
to answer for hi* crimes.* 

“lie might try to c-i-up*- while 
ther*- Is *•! ill Una*.'’ J*-un agreed, 
"and Argentina would b** a logical 
place for liim to go. All lie would 
aave t.» do is dlsappeur nrd then 


DAILy COLONIST MAGAZINE 


\ If TOKIA. K.C., SI NDAl . >I VY I. If). 


This Week s Profile K C 


t ini ore 


P‘tM" 

- live 
Ea^irV s. 
not he i* 
the meet! 


•a" invatV't’.i turn op from 
1 1 nit us late ;«t meetings of the 
tiflani-eyMunmiltif. Often as 
g his carp' t.trr's overalls in 
!tg been too Ini+y to i luingc. 
»* ever uses anything hut the 
• •I the naiiu i> i liairnuitt of 
till fn>tej fat hi r t" mint* 3 tm 
1 of all sl/<> s shape-. 

•soiefit by dti- Kiglei youth 


tow. atm y ei hops t Item mule 
restmthing infllucno'. 

The ynungflters are *’,,n 
junior cqoivtU^jit to parole, 
it take- only J mu, - ill pu*#i r 
their lives to turn (hem elfcht 
of solid iiii .-n^hip or the • ].i 
i rime. 

“I wouliln’t kay oue of tin 

IjinV* E rnie ubvervy*;. 

“Kni itisiaiioe how many 
you broken n< your tlmfV 
pinched a ciutdk imr from a 


shortened 1 
the cummin 
Victoria i ti 
and rreeils 
guidance pt 

Theoretii 

penter-eo*it t jo-tot \ylrb j-.i- *.w?i busin***?, and 

he attends to i* islt-v' :n.t ,n, ( . affairs 

in his spare I no* 

Bl SIM | \s'| 

In fru’t it i t ie oitii i Way round. tie 
works tor tin- atiles. s|k i»i> ins s|mrv time 
on his business Ami tiuit nut v l>e one reason 
why he is -tin i overalls and -urging e 
hammer, instead of sitting with 
a desk and sn.oMnr a big « igit 

Ernie Mot i i slut w is one of 
group ol j«eoplf who «er\e ‘Hi 
apparriu tliongi i ol personal gai 
or prestige 

His eommitn*- raises and -p» 

W.OOn and ST in o mi spurt- inf .-i 
18. the Eaglet b - drill team ami - 
item* as a S'Jom iron lung for I 
Hospital amt playground turnon 
f*rotestant Orphanage 


“\\> didn't &•! in trouble with car- in out 
day. hoeaiL-i? there weren’t mun£ cars around, 
.some people a tv inclined to think rhat ii u 
kid steals a ear. he - a htinknotl criminal. 

romm tiik gam; 

‘Hut there's often the situation when a 
gang of kid- -ay ‘Let's do this’ and you know 
line you shouldn't do it hut rather titan )*• - 

• aUeri a piker, you go alii*ad with the others." 

I'art of l.ntle - job is talking employer- 
inio accepting industrial school graduates on 
tlii* pay i oil. So i ne won't ni operate others 
tirt* reluctant, uttd others give their heart \ 

> UJJJM.I t. 

Sonudiim*- E|id« and his Colleaguns luise 

• o work ill f *ua|i devious itieuns not at* 
proachihg the Imj.— 

•good office*. .if some 

merit manager. *■ 
id full the kid* w l 
persona|lly. lie ilm*- 
tumed to crime afte 

I KAKSKI! \ THAI 

One iMiy who shpw 
w as put to w ork I * 
school. Elide Inn .) | 

Norman Yarrow guv 
months In New f l.«K-« 
marhmiM’- appii-nlic 
Today lie is onejoi 
the yard lia.-. Anltl 
Victoria garage is .. 
find d«»ing well. 

'1 Krnic 
*< >tru*s i 


hut )imit|d 
rs with no 


Hl.Ktt iiKl I • 1. 1» lost his head, tearing her ilres- 
arnl ip the struggle lie {lulled oil her Iieckhlee 


of the ship’- offitvi- tume 
ht-s quarter- to him Herr i 
waui the only piissengi*r who 
cabin to Ulm.-elf 

He j»*aoe no >(', ii>i ioai i.« 

tidy *um w nltlnc for hbn v% 
l.imicd «t Rueno- \ire-: with • 
fore-ight Ih* had ln\i*-t.‘d hh* 
when* the Na/i^ isoddn't 
Wli« never he had an amlte 
would tell about ht« e-i.if% 
l elp/ig where ho was a lar; 

tije marmfui turer Hi- wife hi 
In-fore Hitler and hb^Xazis r. 
power. 

“I have no out 1 to coosmI 
Tnyself." he would add. puff 
on e\peri-ive cigar writ 
cynical aatlsfactkin. 

He w». a selfish, ’a 
.fisdioiwihle fellow, whot 
disldu’d eoviisl nnd riiticuinl hehhir 
his )mck 

Jean wu- the only one of tlu 
|vus-eng*rs who »ridn t. try to u\ui» 
Herr Gruber’s unpleasant cuntpany 
Kvery evening after dinner they 
played piquet together m the saloon 
but after tw.. weeks of earefu 
watching. Jean had found nothing hj 
connect tite former textile mamifac 
hirer from L*.*ip/jg with the netol 
of the Paris (k^tup) 


me cvlt/js Mie Knew w 
lor a gin to )»• -vnt to I 
she didn’t enre wliat 
Iter. It would he ts-t 
iii.iinio): hi ( 'ranee 
Jean showed Jtis so 
.•-lie said migrtly. ‘•It's t 
pig. (Iruhct lies ties 


Kmie Mott is acw wio • o it., h'-lutld lit 
• acipaifti to firoNlde the iron tutu The liff 
giving mach.r. ssa< put to work the ntlrmt 
if arrived at the hospital. Itefon* the Magle 
even heard It had arrived, the lung w<v 
pumping air into .i newly nn o ei| polio patient 
In fact It wa- not until a month later ituj 
Kmie and other members ><t rl<»* ar-rk* heart 
f hat llw* E'agle fuiaored (tm< hine w.i> at worl 
In the hospital Sotneon* forgot to let then 
know and In .» i »\ raw, Krnir anil tiis col 
leagues oi ihe y-mth guidance* • ommiftgt 
were already busy on othei phx«e- of riu 
committee’s work. 

Last year In Ivi g|«\s lan i.s« -.n-eet team- 
iix ba-et»all t»‘an.- thr*s> ht-ketiiall teams o' 
older group-, nod five pec wee ha.skethai 
learns. This year, organ, rm.-n ..f girl-' Eoi; 
bail xs in protTs'-- 

GOOD < At M> 

’rhe commit leu- .-dM. make- donations tc 
ttie Solarium mid 't»- the (.'hrl-'inwc* tree tunc 
font .cry run by FJfl^j-'airpy wln‘n he ua.- with 
radio station i’lvftJy I’lttU recently fhe cWrn 
mine** admlnl-ii-nsj am KagI' -|H<»isoptvl Srsud 
troop ' ■+ 

A" w ell .i- i *• '•tili iat Ihl- thr-e \aried ac- 
tivities ai«»l t c mfi^.iign ,to raise money fo( 
them Err.ie Motitsh-*^ is ••bait man of 
Borstal A-soctaiion. ^This .-.i-.' '•|"*rate- iirulet' 
the youth gutrW»n.-tt ftummlttee 

Young i*ffen<h*riy from tin Inilu-trpd 

School report t . r i tppir release to Krnie aptl 
his fellow men. t km. the committee Ins tend 
of rep^.ntnu to ti.f* pr..iw ..n office^. Thia 
hsn •ne*' ?i t j, ii&dircet stittervixion of the 


a n/sfi 


.e uiuU-i ground 


lent pointed 
out grimly. “Yes. he could manag< 
Ural easily . enough, and safe in 
Buenos Aim* he is mid live com 
fortalily on the fortun*- 1 m* would 
■ erialnly take with him.” 

‘ •Mid you have reiumn to behe\e 
That mi- Otto Gridier 
The agent nOdtW. “However, we 
am* not sure." hr adthsl "He may 
be a* tuf* cUims. a irfugoe front 
Germany, who e«.'.i|tts| to Spain an*i 
lia- been living fhrtv until he cuulci 
mmu 1 arrangemettts to get to South 
Anjericn. NVe haven’t time to check 
hie story since hr Li «admg tonu«r- 
tow,” 

You want me to find out whetlut 
or not he Ls f>r Albfis-ht?'' 

“It will hr yonr lair job lor the 
underground " Tltr agent held out 
hht hand. 

"tketl luck in the Ntn\ World 
he said “an<l b«>n \oyagr 


tuought ruefully : Sh aft’ei 
i- a wiMknr— woiuEtL And 
nchntait. didn't tun* it. 1 1»* 


noticed the girl w 
imitation tirarl n 


big brotherly utututk- 
was borif in Duncan, % 

k. HLs parenUk Mr. find 

still live there in At I'orJ Albcftii Ik- betyime 

ic house usc<i to In* on. the M*cohd president (if tin* 
the Island Highway young I.Vv.A. local. Ik 1 wahIoik 1 
u? lias one of hi- dad s ot 8*5 men fired in two ke-al 
is Krnest Jo.sc pi i M*»t* ihilli for union activity. 

This was the fii>t tret of a 
■r hiother* and two now provincial lal>or i -ode. Land 
ad a chance to dev. -lop it rev puled big hoJ«*s in the law. 
.id-, or else to go sour Krnie headed the delegation that 
it happened, he chose waitfii on the labor mini-ter in 
Victoria to present the unli/n's 
ly all available sports •-«-<•. Hut results were Ini-orfclu- 

fbdl. ba-e»Mii and a aive K'rnle returned to earpen- 

tering and later lime t«» Work 
iif. firufli*. 

he worker* ui -cvcral 1J< ’ worked tor several j-on 
d carpenter. He was slfuction firms. Ilu^t set ufi on 
for the first Urluelet- hu oWn ** a carjirnier contrac 
•o fingers in ,i shingle ,or 

In i?Mb th»- presfrb'ni of the 


A N.ouMte 


HTISHAW 


tognd useful w hile cross-examining 
a prisoner. It wax more effective 
than the steady tappii i* of a [ctirll, 
and no doubt it gave him some kind 
«>f sensuous piea-urc. 

1» was well known that Pr Al- 
bteein always kept a small Inuful 
of pi-aria in his pocket, and he 
would take them out and play with 
them while Iw* waited for some 

• ■tave Frenchman t»i la? broken by 

• hi- (Jtstapi, 

.b-an was counting on the force 
•f habit. He wat'hcd how tin? hand 
readied again ami again Into the 
pocket tlwt held the pearls. When 
they were through with their game 
and Herr Gruber had filled ihe 


Herr Gruhci couldn't undj-r-tattn 
n The girl ban agreed to inline u- 
bis cabin, stopping him to mkke tb< 
retulewnus as they wore going down 
to dinner; then, for no reason at 
all she had marie u -cettc fighting 
and ihre.oeoing t«< 
if he didn’t let I 
itii head learn* 


him to take Over 
dance commiiiee. 
* had no pnigrmtt 


og.c 


Itei dr 

the struggle liA must h 
off her necklace. Tlte 
'.'aiti-re»l on 
ing such » f* 
thought they 
lace wasn’t wort 
It Was cheap 


by i|M.ii'orit¥! 
m and on/* has 
Tlten they e\ 

! up “orphan^ 1 
I no sponsors, 
a large and 


l •carls ia\ 
he floor; she w.-»s ni.»K 
ss anyone would have 
wen* real. The neck 
h anything. 

He woukl give her 
money to buy a new vine w hen she 
got to Huenns Aire-. 

He )i;ol forgotten that Jean wj- 
waiting for him in tlte salpou to 
play piquet When Jean kn.*cke«l on 
the do*r Herr Gruber wa« very 
glad to see him. hut red in ttie face 
and breathing heavily from his re- 
tetd exertion, he -aid tn Jean: 
'l.c*'* have our game of piquet 


I' wf»s an urdiqualetl cargo \cssel 
ot IMtugune regi-try with accora 
true la t ions for twenty isn-cngers ; 
there were double that number, 
refugee- from all parts of Na/i- 
iKVu|'!f«l Kurvpc. Everyone was 
rowvted and timssnfortable except 
Herr v"kto Gruber. 

lie flxtsl tilings with tlie captain 
and when they were out at $ea one 


"Cart I speak to you. Mr. Guily 
Ttie girl sat down in tfu* deck 
chair beside him She vvu> a prettv 
little thing who had obtained her 
vL-a and puisage through «r. agency 
that employed entenainer- for 
Argenrlni- cabarets Her name was 
Nanette Loubct Jean had playt-1 
shufflebo-tnl w;th her. and site had 
told him how *hc came to LUboti. 


‘tagteitii 
d. pne of 
iding a h 


U ontintow 


ON THE 
INSIDE: 


Tbe Company 
Looks Ahead 
— 3 


Salmon — Kich 
Wators 
— Page ti 


How i>oes 
I ‘-land Lie* 
— Page 7 


12 Uiilij (Koloniit Vkuria. sc. 5a *4 *? Ma/ i. 1955 




The Tumult and the Shoutms 


/ TVu W Ik« »f • — rte. *r tl irUriM 'r*«n r.,,„,un4 »•<-* • 

tiwtoiral •*/ T»« TaaaH ana aka JbaaUm **r ««, l»a fanaar 

•f XawrUan a^arl* wrXXmrx. flat. Serf fcla »«a«M sfcartlj kafara M. 4a a Ml 

By GRANT LAN D RICE 

ARTICLE VIH ^ 

I'VE Immn Bob Jone* tine* hr »a> a three-year-okl. 

A He’s the non of a kixkI friend of mine, Bob Jon** |y 
Sr., n fine lawyer in Atlanta. I played ba*el*Ul against 
hr* father while be was at Mercer and I was at 

Vanderbilt. Byers, a good sound colter and ^ 

When Bobby was five hi’ a farmer Amateur • hamplon In 
started swinging u gulf club 1906 10 yean earlier. Byers, 

‘Hu family lived Just off the ral*> hot tempered, wasn’t averse ■ 

MU. faJrw.iy .< A.LmuU *•' *™PP'"S ^ hickory Jj 

. „ shaft* around the neck of the ■ 
Lak. course. At the age of 7. nrart ^ t lre * j mentioned this ■ 
h»- wa* swinging a mbilron with [&.( t 0 ]D 

better foirn than the average I recall one hole, particularly, H 
dub champ ln u *’ *“ fl1 ** of that fol- II 

Wlu, «t»rtcd Mm? HtaW h * v *.T", I 



dogging it ns r> f: >n unner oc- 
curred! in the spring <»f 1930 at 
the Southeastern Op*-n at Au- 


r ; fifth. Bvers was straight down 

But the felkee he often pestered fhp JunM h.^.ked way 

was the duty professional. Stew- off the fairway into deep rough, 
art Maiden Bobby would watch After a short .P lay. ffycrw hit 
Malden unpan hia wisdom to a' hta , ** omd * hot ** standi 

Pkpu, Ihcn r. o« u, ,«■ In fhc mun». 

wo«i practice The boy had a caUrd out -y ore. Mr. Byers!** 
large head on a smallish Yxxly *T m sorry,** Byers responded, 
and the head served as a per T thought you had picke.l up.” 
f**ct anchor for th**v shots that "PV*ked up. hell! * fired Jones, 
later would flow so flawlessly I ™ ** watcb this one. 
from hi. ciut.ru* -id A» a result WIWT CAIJJCBY 
by the time the kid was 12. he J** recovery shot stopirrd 


^ 

i rn.nu nrir iiuk, per ui uim xy , ^ I -u iv itv . M -~ 

. • l 

- Br I 

e middle Jones h<«>ked way said " 

Y the fairway into detm rough. ri»en wm by i 

‘Iran i land Kuv with B*-bbv Jone, at U.f? Amateur cham- iW , 

alkine ai ead plonshlp at Merton. Pa, In 1916. whrn Jom» was almost 15 five strokes ».v«t 

Joneif, deep f„ the morass. > VMrs oUi >'“ Wt *7 to **“" ,h " ffrMt «« «* *»- <"r <> • 

iled out. "Fore Mr Byers!** overcame bis worst foe* temper and a vomci- us appetite. finished 13 -hot - 

*Tm sorry.** Byers responded. ninner-np Smith, 

thought you had picked up.” War Relief charity matches In Boswell, and myself among ™ ar *' n for h*-/ 
"PV-ked up. hell!" fired Jonps. and around New York City, utiiers had admonished Bob ' wa ' i d,w * usl ^ 1 - 

r ° U jUS ’ WafCh ,WS ° ne " concerning his temper. But It A^Teu^t mSE„ 

[BST GA1JJCBY th< youngsters, kii. of c^rse, "** ** °t*n ot 1Kn «° * with B..i, 

The recovery shot stopj>ed , tb^y stay at our apart- exj*»se it to Jones In a manner fine mental fomt. 




fftista. I wa*i fnlloiving him 
along with 'ri C*.hh it was 
the last round and * me*, hav- 
ing scores of 72, 72. t»9. was 
leading th*- field in t relaxed 
lope. 

A'r Jones rearij*-<l ihi' lfith tee 
his nearest fie, llnrlon - sJ mith. 
had just finlsh-sl. The grape- 
vine came buck tlwti Bob was 18 
strokes in fr>.nt . .ith Hagen, 
Saraaen and ilie aher lime- 
lighters nf tiir • U« \ finishing no- 
wh«*r» . 

Bob Jay ilmvn tor t n-w min- 
utes io take a n--r. l.....klne at 


him. Cobh WH-; 


’••w min- 
^•oking at 
mnt. 


Cram land RJpe with B*-bby Jones at U.S. Amateur cham- 
pionship at Mellon. Pa. in 1916. when Jontts w as almost 15 
years old. Some years were to pass before the great golfer 
overcame his worst foe* temper and a vomci -us appetite. 


*1 th*»ught you had picked up." War Relief charity matches In Boswell, and myself among 
“Picked up. hell!" fired Jones and around New York City. „rj, er 5 liad admonisheil Bob 
•You just watch this one." Bob’s dad wrote ahead asking _ 4 ^. rnino hLs Uut „ 


from heie 

•‘‘s ahead," 

> lUuMcl" 

It^-sly with 
nr* for the 
1. He still 
at lead of 
n all-time 
•ornament 

tnat 1930 
l played 
lie was In 
Walking 


had hung up a 70 at Last Lake jjj*'* nl * nf ^ ^ Ri»f*raide Drive he never forgot, lie had com 7*™ Tl ‘*l j*7 rnlh m,m1 

ror m wrilie. irtfl* was a 'rhiwp gr*K lnt^rr^tinr a , (uii Roh lK*i‘4iD • pviMnsiv^. 

IV had grown fb>m a rather assure of satisfaction for the \ ™ Xncy s^L-rH ” ^ unpnrd.mahh* Iran*-, . ( ; rtnnv • h( ^ { v „ 6uf . 

jrteky k**king kid Into a chunky, hothloo<k*d tVnrgia kid. He won aL>ouf amJ <t hust.*d her p tlt . 2 r * s,akSD ot Pl cJcl bg up his hall. a , t his k ^ lot of 

bfvwd-sbouidered youth with 3 and 1. bersuae as J « men put it tons !»«»> IW, and »*erry. **** thought of it rankled himj>e..rs. Among things, 

thk.k. p owerful wriats and big. UByer * rmn out of cJub *. r'd bong aw// at the typewriter throughout the next rune years l v,> dLscovere?! a • i must play 

stmng hands. At 12 he could r .^, a . *A)r>r column Ot* years. Incidentallv. when the'f.7 1 by ' h# * ’’arrest 

drtw 340 or 250 yard* That ev 7^ , " C V* living room Jeminded me of a . -irtTnMlt , , thu, k' in «*»e worlii *?. .inscribe 

“5- »wn4«h* •»>— U«.r*,» ^ lr „ m ou,., T .k* 1, ,w *>> J '«* ro lHII Ul „ . ln ^ 

rKwruo papers were thirsty for Jones 

Whan Jane* arrived at Phita- copy I had my own qualm* 


With You tWII oiaineii at a Diagnuirem stanc 

We ebjdjv^ luiving two partly * nl 
grownup Bpns" about the If icmper ha- 1 been Bob' 

_ . _ .._k IE li i a ntS flitas 4. rwiiWva 


1 golf by feel’ . . 
thing in the wort 
but the easiest 


tifk-ent stand- wurid to sens 
I tt completely.” 


- lot of 
t things, 
must play 
e hardest 
• describe 
:i« in the 
you have 


rWUpbla’a Merkm (e*lf nub for 'about Bob’* going very far He grownup lions’* about the If temper had been Bob'* Rob Jones’ mv in 
lus first crack at th«* Amateur ( had all the ahota. but his temi>er plact . Ho- iCit. Honey and 1 major flaw, a minor •*n«* cun- piece at Mcrioii 
title la 1916 he wm 14 S years was on the verge of throwing rt . fished t/ 'stay' «>ne p\e cenied diet Hi* appeUle be^i Amateur, ilc wi 
oW. I was then 36 and writing him. Next day, however, a self R . j loiS^ie entire broud to tween morning and aftern'Hin Homans In tho- 
rny column for the New York controlled, strong willed Jones t -,, nP . lahHSa great trip. We rounds waa voracious. A;f'*r Ills fourth 
Tribune syndicate, having left went out and defeated Prank t i,«i n *t mlww . ride! It was dur fighter, fooihall player, even a quest of trie Big 

tV New York Mall ln 1913 at Dyer 4 and 2 and d w V thi.*,, , r rheir ^ t liat Bob and I ba-seban star with the eternal trjhi rr 

the lavtuthin of Mr. UgVn ' round that earned him t!»e first a ,^ w ?, lrH J In a way oception of Ha lx Ruth goc* " , 

Kebf* offer of *2*0 a week. of the tremendous calleries that .. r ., r «_ J^lT tv a -. n 00 Uehf r m th/- eh.,w n.t.. ' Vhe, ‘ J ® nrs n 


w /is in one 

plaiv*. Hoy’wit. Honey and 1 major flaw a Elinor .»n«* con pkvo at Morion luring that 
relished tliT^ stay! tJne eve t**nied diet. Hia appetite be , Amateur. He wvappou up Gene 
ning 1 lonKtr entire broud to l * Wl *^ morning and aftern<H>n! Homans In th*- fhi.il. R and 7, 
Coney IslaJut^n great trip. We round.* was voracious. A , fur ids fourth .,'-,1 final con- 


• ■ — - — - — 7 / • - ----- MKtn r min □ ruve: it was aur iwmwi puyer. even a u 

1913 at Dyer 4 an<l 2 and if wy* thi» j nfr rbeir gfjl^tliat Bob and I basebafl star with the eternal tkjhi r»" 
t>gVn round that earned him the first /,,♦«! i„ a ex, mention of KaU Rmh '* 


e usvuaiiun 01 Mr. t/goen rouna >ut earnrn n»m me iirst tw ..^ nP a.^osu ted In a wav exception of iiaU- Ruth gix.*, 777 , 

rt4** offer of rJ40 a week. of the tremendous galleries that fpw a K . ip ot 20 - light on th/- chow going into 1 ^.‘ l " 

Bob and I had breakfast to- wen* to bec/^ne a Jones trade lltldypari - n them ever -to battle. Td remarked as much I ** h J rt 1 : f f ^ M ? 
gvther • Ue m/rt-ning of hi* first mark. o T, to B/,b. Nevertheless he r..n Tr “‘ n, al Au * u * 1a hi, 

match round. Having qualified It wu In 1917 that young R..h MKMOKV h Mi I. ED tlnuod to cover the n.xjn me mi !' r,n and detenniii.il 

the previtius day with a muer and hia Atlanta pal perry A/lair 

able 90. he wa.4 to meet Pben were sent north to piny several 


final eon- 


o golf 
rs l’ourna 

cuncentra- 
tn, hi* old 
>iger with 


All of Bob's friends hia da/1 ,*retty well Including the pic' Wi>rp 11 f longer with 

B. Keei**r, his ever faithful a , a miM i r _ - During those on ,h ‘ m ‘ 1 wa,ch ‘* ,J **>*> **wtie up 


the Ikth fairway toward the 


a la mode. ' During those on ‘ rom * U P 

trial years lea/!ing into the th ‘* mb fR|j ^ u > toward the 

, -»*, - -i- .. in 1922 at the Inwuod “ r '"’ n 1,1 ***** «bcse emnte- 

I Old German Hulks to Guard West SJc^-^£S : zriB 

And Jones was becomin • a And Oobb. i»cx»rgja s great gifts 
ryui ES SALAAM, Tangany <• pndik-m. Noil.- of its big The fenj: ga\p Pretorius a Uiuel , i.-,tali*tlr jbi.ut these de- **' the ro11 ral1 of 'duxmpiona. 

Ika 4 NANA)— German jdiips o>uld eiiier the delta be r*ermanent' job a* Gen. Jan fca , c 1 Returning to tli/- press tent. I 

ship* sunk or scuttled off | cause of their deep draught. 1 Christian v tf^pis' •/.-out and the *K n te heli'” I replied when P 1 ' 0 *** 1 * 1 but the foiinwing verse: 
Africa's east icoast 40 years ago The British authorliies then rank of mkk>r. *nd removed a hr mentiorvd ihe subject fol Augusta National. Augusta, 
are helping to defend tkirope called on M. W. Pretorius. the painful thorn Ip the British side. |,, w j n „ thumping al TMei^ 3, 

against further aggression r*unoua big f r .me hunter who Arudber &jfhulk ks ^he Koe^ terrifk-ally hot hands of J<rw| ot the CUy UiUa 


after they have been through I disappeared tor 10 years at a mg „ ioa.f/>oi, 5.000-ton mer- Snederln the i<r>> Amateur 'A personal r« 
the blast f tin, an- and their, lime into Africa’s darkness to'chanmian owned by the Druv’at Brook!! m- Masaachuaetts Iow ’ ,0!tl wir 
metiil reforgrd Into new wrap *h,x>t elephants and lions, and sche Ost-Afrlfcp Line The Her- *You eat like a ditch digger at' Paring, over th 

•« . U4 b t?T m;ins " cu,,u ^ her wixh n °° n ^ wn*> r *h> you ^ sin « /" 

Europea worldwide scrap 1 he Alik** in Africa could not a ffoattog .lock in an attempt don’t quite have that extra pines 

hum has reached the idle blue rind .1 job for him l r 0 block the Dar es Salaam 1 Teel’ in the aftem.x*n Mam a ^^herefl thr 

waters around iMr es Salaam. Pretortus. a small, malaria n*rN»r. M.?w she lies a short hearty lunch ha* cost thousands They hrln K b ‘ rV: 
palm lined Tanganyika territory wizened man who could speak distance awav, at Kurasml ot golfers a good round later vanished year 

port the British navy aheUed in ■ fluently practically every A/rt- Creek, ranted on one sl,te an.i on where even death wu* yu,ui itl] rta4 * h 


sh,x>t elephants and lions, and schr Ost-Afrittp Line The Her- “You eat like a ditch digger at Paring, over th.- 
wiu. was tto-n dejected because mans scuttkrt her along with 1 noon and then winder why you,^’ sinfi m * 
he Alik-* in Africa could not a fkxatiog dock in an attempt don’t quite have that extra f * ewr * ia P ,n ^ ,h 
riMlajob fur him. to bb<k the 'Dar e* Salaam feel’ in the a frern.xm Many*k‘ ^^here/l ihrllb 


the 191-1 IS war. where old tier ran language betw»-en the Gripped by cxfriuus Africans 
man hulk* an* being eaten away Transvaal and the Sudan, knew kv-nto * m . t, 

by arvtyieoe torrh/ee. the Hu/iji delta .1* weU as Its .V* ^ v* ' T 

Few >nrsi World War vet* Inhabitants. Helped by the ^7*™* L ^ i 

eran* remain to see the la.< Allies, he entered tiie delta dia ' " 7* 1 n uL * [li™* ^ l -r K* er * 
traces of their African cam guuwd as an African and aided 7 '** *7": ^ Ta 7 nl 


the result.” 


vanished year 
yund .til reach. 

When Bobby Jnn< 
of gulf and Tv 
gia Peach. 


man* In tigs area. The Tabor* 


C LT DOWN M NC1I ] £ia p Pstch 

However. I thi/ik It waa Bob’s Still pink and uh 
closest confidant. O. B Keeler ' lanes, the dofp' 
who convinced Jones that a home. 


ira>s*s 01 tneir atnean cam- uuwtj as an African ana aiuea . , . . . ' wno convinced Jones that a home., 

paign disintegrate Into scrap by hi» old hunting ccxnpaniorui .. Hrttish «->r«hin rif.Hn-h <lr astic switch ln his noon meal And the peach 
The most famous of these sea even went on boai-d the* might mean mom than a hot' around the w 

marks la the ruste/1 huU of the igsberg un/k-r the eyes of the |lm , wjfh r ^ well.JSwd pu,ter - Kroni 1923 ,h * > ear i whfrv 1 m *J 


niscenco) 
come whls- 
•d day hills, 
through 
song of re 

• /*••< from a 
tantoms be 

• as the king 
as the (ieor- 

down April 
*d /-oils me 

rms jjcckon 
no matter 


« "‘ r,u ' ,nl MUU eye* oi me .. , . f w „iLnlaiwl pullrr * f rom ln + >' car i wnerp ‘ HUiy CMm. 

Orman cruiser Koenlgsbcrg. unsuspecting German sailors. . .. _ * ; he won the Open for his first The blue wisteria gleams once 

tying in the great Rufljl River For weeks he plotted tide rwr major Utle until the end. eight mon*. but still T -um to the 

neai the swampy shore an/1 faU and calculated the y»n later. Jones stuck to a .lav 

In September 1914. the Koen cTuber*s armament. ^ uve wiun. lunch of crackers and milk. When Emperor Jones gave the 


near the swampy shun* and fall and calculated Ihe ™ yean later. Jones stuck to a 

In September 1914. the Koen cruLserts armament. ' 1 4511 lunch of CTackers and milk. 

Igsberg, In a fierce barrage, Then he went r. n board a Brit D * r M !•*«! wreck [Hiring that span. In which thne 

sank (he British warship Pegs- Ish ship. Any allied vessel “* ^ Norweg%n Slemroestad. he picked up 13 major titles it! 
s«s off Zanzibar. The cruiser showing its nuar around the Fottr . vp «rs ago. "she caught wa5 strictly a /rase of Jones 
steamed off and disappeared. bend in the river was blasted afr <*r leaving Dar.” a wit against the field 

For month* British pilot boats out of the water by the Koen m * s - s recounted, “and after a Jones could pidilli* away 

sought Iwr and finally an Igsberg. but with Pretorius* In couple of explosions which strokes when he wa-, leading 

armed merchantman, cruiaingj formation the British ahipe wrrckp<i U»C firefighting equip-. So did Hagen. But the ability 
past the Rufljl. spotted her up^ shelled the K/wnlgsberg across nv ' nt - sh e *as towe/l on to a to come through under pres 

river. But the British navy had miles of swaxnn. ceef to burn harself OUt. , 1 « h/>n fh#i Klun phlnn U'ur-P 


world his dust and Cobb 
took the right -of way. 

CovrrWhC 1M* bl A ft Bircri kM 

rv r*.- ' 

• Dlstrinuled tr TT» b? 1 m 

In hi* next wr«lrJ<- Mr. Rice 
tell* ®f taming his life 
•/aving h over to • friend and 


river. But the British navy had miles of swamp. reef to bum hjrself out.” , urv „he n the blue chips were fwUxtmg to tiw l .s. krmy 

1 All her crew was saved, but down, is the sternest trademark as a private at 37 years of 

2 llail If (Fnlutlthf Victoria, ».C., Saads*. Mst 1 1955 no * ^ SlemmesUd favi** of The Champion. age *>r4n C Mr,i U'arM 

WUSiflWlIl y •* a future In a blunt Pinnace. A perfect example of Jone* 1 War. 



Old Homes and Families 


By 

JAMES K. NESBITT 

Crowded Schools, 
Municipal Secrecy 
Not New to City 


s K4)Hi)f;i> schools in \ ictoria are uothiug new. I mice*), a.s one |, 
a— files ami papers, il s/enis that nothinu much Is new. 

Sfvent} -five years ago Victoria was stniKgling to supply suffi 
ishuiis and teachers for n 
difficult as it Ls now, the 
Among scIxm/ 1 trustees of Vic- 
toria in those far-»>ff day* was 
m\ estimable gentleman with a 
fancy uum** I’/xitc Mulloy 
t'7iamb/ rs, an Irishman, sure 
enough uiili a name like that. 

He was a man of nuuty pur- 


ies. lucre’s not lung tiiucIi 
n»Av in this old world, really, 
and here wn find that s*s-rrs*y 
in rtvie affairs is an old. old 
Moiy in Victoria. It’s not a de- 
velopment of ’th<- present re- 
gime at City Hall. 

I*"**k at tills Cdnnis* report 
in ism: "The* *x‘i«iwi| rntotee* 
hold a love the b >anj of 

school trustees was annountwi 
to mei*t at 4 o*i*l.x*k .vecterday 
afterrnmn and Tnisrer-e Harris, 
Chambers. Fell and Hayward 
wen- an hand prompt 1} ; it *as 
unnoutxssi Dial Trtwte/ Robert- 
son was iU; and at 4 25 pm.! 
Trustee Braden, invcred with 1 
perspiration, en tcr.nl with the 
rrynark. TVe jnsi eomc from 
vjsqulnialt.' 

‘ After Mr. Brunei^ [i^d settled 
down In his chnir, Mf. Hay- 
In a mild, e.xdng voice 


Alts. ( oote Mulloy ( h.-mw’tx it se n;* 1 
fir.-t Mrs Chambers, since the picture wuJ 
\ Vel«u*r Son, 2 Albert Terrace, Bax -wt 
doubt aft/*r their murcutge here in 140»> Mil 
lx*rs went visiting t'qelr folks in IreLtnll 
taking .iking her wedding dress fur this «| 
London. Yef, It s-'-nw strange, that if suJ 
aemlile was worn In Victoria In lH*td. it I 
tu^nttoned In the iiaprirk. However, there I 
the tone. 1 notice of the tvvddl 


moved through Victoria for 
many y/-ars. leaving his mark 
in Ids own small way, making 
his contribution t, . the growth 
of Victoria, though he is long 
sine/ gone and forgotten, like 
most of Victoria’s citizen.**. Only 
a comparative handful have 
left names that have become 
household words In this place. 

Mr. Chambers was elected to 
the s<-hool b/jard several limes. 
WOMEN VOTING! 

The ISM election vv#« purlieu 
larly exciting, for women voted 
for tin* first tune. They were \ 
not /illowisi to vote foi members 
ot the L gl.Hiature or for mem- 
bers of the cltv council, bul il 
was ihught they couldn't rk- 
much harm voting for school 


Mrs Cl lam 
i-gant piciur 
ti a wedding 

I'ould have 

*as nothing 


lie bu-dnnss behind clojwdi<k*ors.’ iloaphn 
anti liiai such goings-.. u wereim-ss. 
n di- -ra.-e, yes. ;i disgrace, .in/1 f*K«>vi« 
that the scliool trustee?- should 1 . ‘ 
lx* thrown out of offioe. Ah, 1 
wait UI the next cleetlnn* Hut a 
tin- srhuul truslees wi-re ri * | )' ! . 
elected, if thnt fact k of any of hu * 
consolation t«» those .11 nds ino-- sll ”' n 0 
ment running our affAira in ?** n , “ 
City Hall. Ba “ k * 

>«ANV POSITION* 

But, long before these /lays worthy 
of the - s ‘"s. C/xjU- AL t ’liaml/crs ; jjp 
had conA- to Victoria. and wu 

He had many ix.silions: an sch.x.1 t 
186b dlr«*i-t«»ry Unfed hkn a* I the hoai 
agent in Victoria for Barnard's! *-|j 0 , 
Expivs*. In the 1$71 /IhWetory . for»*m**-* 
he's Iiste/i a.s being employed by festival! 
Moody and Company’s -awmills' afsUtau 
al Port Moody. i.n , 

He was twice married, tlu* long be 
first lime in 1886: "In this city, wax in 
by 1 lie Re\ Thoma- >• .nerv ilk- ' iwtst «b 

at the residence of Mr. WU und AV 
Ham Fisher, James H.*iy, Coot/- AOl'W. 
Mulloy Chambers, son of th»* Mrs / 
late Hugh Cliambers <ii O-n are l<-f* 
tarf Co.. Dublin, Ireland. «o the *;\ rr 
Ce-jf-rine S/.phln Jane, rideart munity. 
daughter of Captain, the Raron 1 death x 
H-s-ner de Maulel, of 1 Jon's Th/- re 
IVn, County Meath, Ireland, ft wnyed t 
nhcc ot the late Viscount Car th..* de 
lingh.nl of 59wdft Ih-ntfi 
Kilkenny. In-land. 


TE MCLLoY CHAMBERS 
lie had warlike wrinkles. 


trusi 


scarce, 
•is n/>w 


then the trustees filed off 
i> the committis* room and 
threi- reporters and tbr«x* 
viaWs lo suck their lliumbs 
the emptin/‘xs of the h&H. 
Alter a) minutes absence. 

trustees re-entered the 
41 *. Mr. Fell !«sj the advance 
1 anyone 


we know, women were to gain 

as free a franchise a* ttie.r n||li) , cho 

menfolk. As far a.s we txui tell *• 

today , that election fur sch/wl I council ch 

trustees in PsM-i w-.is the find pre-^en' 

time women voted in British \' K ^ C 

Robertson 

Columbia perl taps in Canaiia. mayor c , 
Our friend Cpote Mulloy an/1 Boyd 
Chambers was a candidate, pro- T. Russell 
jHJseti hv and sei*onded by twu 
prominent citizen* Simeon 
I hick, MPP, and D. VV. Higgins 
Th/’ six trustis-s elected were: 

Johnson Sfns-t ward. Mr. Cham 
hers ami W. A. Robertson; 

Yatr* Street ward, Charles 
I lay-ward and C. Braden; James 
Bay ward, Dennis R Harris arwl 
James k'«-ll. 


Lii/l set* at one 
jolly visage, 
wi/i c apart lip* 
Z»«ir tliat he at 
'-d with the r»- 
r retire an«i tliat 
p< ttb-d thi-jr dif 


il-um hi»/ I v« have 
I) of the err •* »*>m 
dtrecr /oise /4 
Ihronir hromiiiti*, 
J have h<‘-n con 
4i late reslden.t* of 


crease <»f population, .viditiona! 
teacher * and acivimmodutton.* 
Were a.*sketl from 'he govern- 
ment. and James Bay wanl 
s/'hixj was erected, and Johnson 
Street ward scIkmiI. it is ex. 
pected, will he ready by next 
term. Tin* old high seh.x/l has 
he»-n reseated an<i is occupied by 
two additional teaclw-rs. 

“Four extra teachers have 
been appointed, as follows: 
Miss Agnes Deans Cameron, 
fourth division, girls' school;' 
Mis* Marcella V. Storey Hate of 
Cowichan), James Bay ward 
school; Miss Lizzie A Barron, 
sixth division, g'rt*’ school; 
Miss Mary Williams 'iat/- prin- 
cipal. girls' public acitool, New 
Westminster) tor Johnson 
Street ward school.” 

Mr Chambers had other In- 
terests. too, that year of 1HM 
He was a musician and he 
worked hard to make Victoria 
appreciative of good musk-. He 
was an officer ami conductor of 
the Victoria Amateur Orchestral 
Society and he served with Dr 
J. C. Davie. George Jay. W. C. 
Siffken and T. S. Wilson. 

SK4 RK( Y NOT NFW 

And so it wa* that one night f 

Mr, Chambers was conducting' 


MAsoNH HfclTCS 

“The I'M nl ins were u 'eiTed 
mi Ch/im- ( on Sunday Kftencjon «' R-uut* 
tn i/tii ha<l u,iy Cenietc iL--the cort«-ge pro 
n Ireland,' oeetlerl to thl Reform* d KpiMro- 
w here to 1^*1 Ciiurchl where Ri Rev. 

| Bishop Cri.fle offtcinia«L Ai 
M-v»fr, the lb*' i-emH.- §, Br..th/-r oorris 
i< 1. in San Mas-, mastel of tlte Var>-»»uver- 
f. w years Quadra L-iM / 1 No. 3, »••»«. I ihe 
Mi Chain burial s»-txi/*s of th» " h r 
)iqiftin/-i| "The palltJjarers m-'r liennif 
1 lBpO, be R Harris. D|W. Higgins. M. W 
». ojnd he Waitt, W lolby, T. Muri.ell, 
his city— John TragixlG. W I lay nc* and 
iv*-, Cotjte Thomas ShoAx/lt. 

FUJabeth. I 'Tlie latcftir. CTissnuen wu 
second daughti-r ot Al'-xander . insure* 1 tor S*.500 In the » .r- i 1- 
Caldcr of Victoria " western Malonic Aid S*»ck‘ty 

And so the years w**m by. atal SZ'lOO irithe Anc.ci,i 1 ir u-r 
bu*y years for Mr Chajnben*. of United \w.>rkrm-n He also 
with hi* work, hi* School trustee . h**Id a poll- || in the New York 
duties, hi* music, and two sons Mutual Lif*fl Inaurai < * f’om- 
were bom to him an*l hut wife, pany.” 

In August of 1888 Mr. fTiam Mrs Charj|oers rema. **<1 in 
tiers died, and we read in The Victoria, an(fl here *h»- *ii* 1 
Colonist; “Mr. Conte Mulloy her home onHCraigflowr. H**a*l 
Chambers died at St. Joseph's in 1995. 


seiTi- 


Th/’ < Unionist i* 'Id of this elec- 
tion: "The voting commenced at 
12 o'clock and was kept up with 
spirit during th/- afternoon the 
novel feature of the day being 
the sight of the ladles flocking 
to the polls and many of tlum, 
after voting in one ward, felt 
so emtiol-tened that they visited 
others and repeated the opera- 
tion. 

The different polling pla.-es 
- therefore- presented an ani- 
mated scene with Voters crowd- 
ing round the door or hurrying 
to the scene of action on foot or 
in carriages, and how the men 
ditl stare to see the women 
exercising the franchise: it 

seemed to be one of those 
things that a great many of the 
present generation will never 
understand. 

"Some 4<x) women exercised 
the privilege and aid so without 
hi the least impairing their 


Victoria. 1C SaaJav 


flailij (Eolmna! 





Migration of Birds Still Mystery 


N ew yokk (ap> — 

To grt cUme to Ott O t 
Min re's deepest mvstrr- 
•r*. stand tilent oo a hill - 
top tome mlHty night thb 
spring and listen for the 
nlk of mb' rant bird*. 

If a south wind Mows and 
•tber coodl t ton* are right, you 
wiH hear, like a* not, faint but 
#»ee rfui erica surprisingly near 
u hand In the darkness 
The few birds you hear are 
among the 10 billion that move 
across the face of America 
twice each yet r 
What la It that compel* such 
a horde to tmdervke aurh 
hazardous flights? What guides 
them on their way? 

R> r TIUDOKY 

Mow recently than you might 
feink. science was not sure 
whether birds migrated at all. 
There was the contrary theory, 
bolstered by book fu Is of cir- 
cumstantial evidence that btrds 
like frogs hibernated in the 
oo ud 

Since then testimony of bird 
binders and other observers has 
made ihe fact of migration a 
commonplace. But why should 
migration take place? 

Cold weather was an obvious J 
re*v.n for migration but not an , 
all inclusive one because mil- , 
Huns of birds brave the winter s 
and survive Lack of sufficient \ 
food in the tropic* to meet the , 
enormous demands of the breed j 
mg season was another. Habit r 
bnpunrd by the age old advance 
an«l retreat of the glaciers was f 
atilt another. 


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Whatever their origin may 
have been, migration routes and 
bre«Niiing areas keep on chang- 
ing from decade to decade. The 
task of figuring them out has 
been an enormous one. 

They vary for every species 
and for nearly every individual. 
The Arctic tern may travel 20, 
0l» mUes between its nesting 
ground* near the North Pole 
and n wtnter home near the 


| South. At the other end of ihe 
soak*, a junto moves down the 
, mountainside a few miles in 
autumn, and back up again in 
spring Most of our familiar 
birds, however, travel north and 
south on this continent along 
one of four roughly defined 
| routes, called flywaya. 

There Is othe Atlantic fly way 
I that narrows to a bottleneck 
I along the eastern coast. The 
Mississippi flyway, os might be 
expected, follows the great cen 
trnl valley. The others are the 
central flyway over the Rocky 
Mountain region and the Pacific 
flyway along the West Coast 
No sharp dividing line exists be 
tween these main routes, ami 
some v species cross over from 
one to another. 

NON-STOP FLIGHT 

Whether a bird travels the 
flyways merely from the Gulf 


Coast to the Great Lakes, like 
The Connecticut warbler, or 
from the Argentine to the 
Arctic, lik^ the golden plover, 
•depends on Its buili-in Instinc- 
tive controls. 

The golden plover Is a famous 
migrant Once a pri/vd gome 
bird but flow scarce, it flies non- 
srop from Nova S**».tla to South 
America Seemingly it does not 
rest on the water but sustains 
flight on a few ounce* of fat 
that it utilizes with the effl 
cieney of atomic j>*wer 

fc^ven more remarkable some 
of thest* plovers fly not tu the! 
broad target of South America 
but to tiny Pacific islands.' 
There they must make a bull's . 
eye or perish. 

Huw do they do If? How doj 
eMen more modest migrants like 
the song sparrow find their way I 


y AP 

back to the very dOoryard* 
where they nested the previous 
spring? 

Trying to solve this one. 
scientists In retent year* have 
been popping nevy theories and 
crilieal fireworks by the score.] 

LATENT IDKA 

Ornithologists u«**d to think 
that bints learned landmarks, 
just as humans do. Then they | 
realized that young birds separ- 
ated from their elders, as many 
are. have no chance to learn 
landmarks Among the other 
theories, each with its weak 
points are those that birds are 
.sensitive to the earths magne 
Liam. that they follow prevail ! 
Ing winds, that they feel the 
force s4-t up by the spinning of 
Ihe earth. 

If equipped with all Ihe extra-i 
sensory perceptions suggested 
"ur little feathered friends 




would be flying instrumeni 
boards. Latest and perhaps the 
most widely accepted idea Is 
that they can Judge exact posi 
tion by the sun Men are able 
to do this only with a higher 
education, highly specialized in- 
struments. and tables worked 
out by higher mathematics. But 
experiments seem to show that 
birds can do It too. 


ANAGRAM 

ANSWERS 

Here are the answers to ana- 
grams on page 8. 

NH3ASVH 'SI 
3J.1SY7IV.I (») 
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'1UX2X8 <2) 

Ha \rrau m 

h«.e*s«t3 *» Th« B*0 S»anc*U :ac I 


SEA CAN TELL OF SHIPS THAT PASSED IN NIGHT 


My V to H tl.LHM K 

pOK yeucs. the people along the British Columbia 
ix»*st have been trying to get a Coast Guard 
service established. The thousands of boats, both 
large and small, need this protection Canada 
twsn t very many seaporu, so it's only natural 
that the great number of people who t've In the 
centre of Canada do not understand this great 
ms-exsity for our coasts. A* long as we send 
•hJps to sea that need will exist. 

The British Columbia coast line is not much 
different from any other. True, a lot of the coast 
luw U not Inhabited, so it seems that when we 
hav v trouble on the waters It generally crops up 
u» these places. Our waters can get ryugh Tin* 
Pacific pours down the inside passages, ami often 
uaa caught boats unaware in Its grip Ships that 
have traveled the world over have ended up in 
these waters 

A few years ago, the Amaryllis went down 
* Hecate Strati*. It was a sad end fur the proud 
hiUe Amaryllis. sn* had taken about e>er> 
tl.mg the *ea* had to offer. Through peace and 
war. she went her way in whatever direction her 
master headed her. 

she was a sub chafer In the First World War 
Plowing her way through the black waters of the 
Atlantic, darting through the perilous water* of 
the Norm Nea. fearing no one, and manned by a 

Crew l hat was as good as she was. 

' ***■ ** »'*»t into peaceful work. 

fVactffui . Hell, not exactly! As a rum runner, 
she ptrvhed her m« through the Strait of Juan 
Je r uva. when the moon was dark and the sea a 


were rough Slw laughed at the law, and a» the 
«rwfi» m hs- ran over her pilot house ii just soem.nl 
that the ‘Utile I-a<ly '* kru-w exactly whai she 
wa> dorhg 

Many a story can be told of her slipping out 
into tile night. A font boat. 4 daring crew With 
work to be done, she was in her glory. This was 
war for her. It was in her planks When rum 
running days were over and the boats went into 
more lawful work, she went towing logs the same 
proud lady, but she had settled down. l*hen to 
fishing. She was one 0 f the fastest ftah packers 
on the const. She had been used to the rough 
end of the sea. and that how she went The 
Amaryllis l* no more 1 Hut her name will live 
.1 long with memories of her gallant crew, as long 
oa we have ship*. 

One of the recent mysteries of the coast is 
what happened to tlie Carolina Maria, a 60-foot 
Vancouver fLshpacker. This ship was lost in the 
Sirnit of Georgia. She left Vancouver with a 
four man crew. The boat was found, washed up 
on Savary Island, and on another part of the 
island the skipper* body was found. 

What happened nob.nl> sevms to know Some 
think th.U the ship hit Mystery Reef, between 
s.vvar> and Harwood Islands, she wu a well- 
built boat, and when found wa* not holed She 
hud A f ull Complement of life-saving »^ulpment. 
Vuite a bit of this wua found In the gulf, but 
there were no signs of Its being used. On exam- 
ining ii*e thwit. it was seen that the throttle wa 1 
wide open, stove on, but the radio telegraph off 
A puzzling thing wa* that there were none of the 
ships papers aboard. 


I# fidilg (LfXifinUt Vk*™*. »C, Saaday.iMar 1, |»SS 


What happened? A gale wan blowing in the 
gulf the night she sailed. Did some freak &»*s 
swamp her? The skipper knew Mystery Reef as 
well as he knew hLs own back yard Whatever 
happened wa* quick . . . a o that they didn’t get 
a chance to get a boat off or give their position. 
They were a young crew who knew their business. 
But, to this day. nobody se««m to know what 
happened to the Carolina Maria Just another 
mystery of the coast! 

Wrote a few years ago a fisherman fishing off 
the West Coast noticed something bobbing in the 
sea off his port side. It was quite a distance 
away and on examining ihe object through hi* 
gla*-o> he thought that there was something on 
what looked like a raft. He quickly changed 
course and headed for the distant object. 

On getting close, he saw through the glass 
that it wa* some kind of animal. As the thing 
floated nenri the boat, he saw that it was a small 
dog and that it was alive. Getting alongside, he 
gently Idled it aboard. The poor animal was very 
thin, practically skin and hones. Taking It below, 
he managed to get some warm milk into the doc! 
and after days of attention he saved it 

It had been picked up off pari of a boat's 
hatch cover. Where it hud come from, nobody 
knew But as soon a* the dog could move around 
it would put its paws on the rail and looking out 
to sea. would whine a* U he was looking for 
someone. * 

What wa* the story of the dog? Had soma 
small boat gone down, and was be the only sur- 
vivor? His condition proved that he had been to 
•ea for weeks. Nobody could ever find anything 

Just another mystery of the sea at our door. 




r 



°fcPORviVTfcD A D 


Closely Linked With Canada s Past 
"The Company ’ Still Looks Ahead 


trading corpora- 
tions in the world 
have beeo as closely iden- 
tified with the settling 
and government of a rr- 
jjfion as the Hudson's Bay 
Company with British 
Columbia. 

From ihe early 19th century , 
fc> the wild days of the Fraser 
River gold rush It represented 
Britain on the northwest coast 
of America and had dominion 
wine JO stirring years ah 
Way from Sitka to Calt- 
fc*niri In the international 
boundary dispute, it was sor- * 
kously and deeply involved. It* 
stubborn hold on its Pacific 
trading p-^ts and its responsible 
morKipoly over Vancouver Is- 
land when Britain's interest in 
the coa-.r wax ler than |>allid 
were largely re orisible for 
keeping British t olumh»i for 
the Crown. At Vicboia it 
founded Ihe first British colony 
tm the north Pacific 
Out of its traihng and govern- j 
meni came twd of the most 
prominent names in west coast 
history L>r John McLoughlin, I 
benevolent and humane, be- 
friended incoming settler* J 
against ihe company’* interest I 
and left a memory beloved In j 
Oregon James Dougles. who I 
•ucce«-«ied him as the company's ] 
ahief fan r west ol the Rockies, 
ruled the infant colony on Van- 1 
eouver Island for both company J 
and Crown and as British 
Columbia *; first governor saw I 
the swelling tide of settlement 
which inevitably displaced ihe 
fur trade For his services to 
Brita •n lie* .A n ^ 

- VKTOKIA R<TA8MSHK1) 

UnUec l Kjugios' hand, V’ici.iria 
was established anil given its 
name During lux tenure as 
chief factor the eorniwiny 
pioneered the wesr coast coal 
mining industry at Nanaimo, 
initiated farming at Uplands 
whiTe grain, butter and beef 
were produced for Victoria and 
tor Uu Russians in Alaska, 
built Victoria's first church and 
©P».ned its first day -ahool 
• A veritable factory because it 
must be self sufficient, the com- 
pany also built sawmills and 
steamers and made it* own 
brick.*; It exported cual to San 
Francisco, held cattle saiea in 1 
ha bams and ran a thriving 
land office during the gold rush. 

The building of Ft.n Victoria! 
Itself was a remarkable achieve- 
ment In self sufficiency for not 
a nail or spike bul wob'ien pegs 
hHd it solidly in place. It wa* 
built to assert the traders' 
strength before the fierce tribes 
<A the •••wist, and men stood 
watch over it day and fiight.i 
Relative peace there was for. 
this w.*s the comiiar.y's a I ' 
firmed policy everywhere but 
Dr John Helmcken noted bullet 
hole* in Fort Victoria's bastion* 
and pickets when he arrived 
there al>out 1850. 

OOMFANY WAN LAW 

With still an earlier origin In 
fur trade were the famous 
mainland p*>st» of Fort St. 
James and Fort McLeod, where 
to this day the company carries 
on trade Founded by the North 
West C’ompiany. they were 
taken over in 1821 when the two 
companies united 

Tjie Hudson's Bay Comi»any 
woe’* the law—legally on the 
Island in emergency on the 
Mainland. When the Fraser i 
RtY^r gold rush began, one law 
governed the rushed and rowdy 1 
prospectors and this w-is the' 


OOOO 5 

PURCHASED IN 

CANADA 

D0N0T HAVE TO BEAR 

DUTIES 

k AS THE MINES ARE IN; 
CANADIAN 

INFORMATION 

WRITE TO THE 

liinfiBAif company! 


A T 




WINNIPEG VICTORIA 
CALGARY VANCOUVER 
ED/AONTON 


V. 


SJ. 

* AT- 

WINNIPEG VICTORIA 
CALGARY VANCOUVER 
EDMONTON 
AND OTHER POINTS 


Tilts folder printed in optimistic gold lettering, was part of the comoanv'e rei »n . ,, 

vertising at the t.rnk of the Klondyke gold rush in the 90s, a rompleTe ouTf.fcJlt 

.r! T 0 “ n h, ; n ;! l ° S ' 01 * U,t£ ol ] ° ng und,,rwcar anrt one gallon of J»me jt.ee' 

ITiert was also d itn.p of the various routes to the Klondyke. nearlv «n „f which fortu 

na.c'y r^sed by company posts where -’boats and other means of « ranspirTran 
talned IFnun the Company's Annual Report* 


spread out 
of Canada 
corp-.nition 
stores, 23 tr 
tr.aie p o 1 
branches a 
Winnipeg 
and London 
last year 1 
Us taxes *4 
net tradinj 
Fur consm 
S5f», 325.000 
$71 fW<XK> 

VI ILL F.\l 
*lTie chief 
big retail *: 
g nng a pi 
mem and < 
year saw tl 
double-deck 
at Winmp. 
kind in w.- 

stru. tion a 1 
which will 
expeci«-tl to 
July Fl.-m, 
store will 
addition a r ; 
ing garage 
The com; 
partment v 

stretching •' 
woodlands 1 
its fleet of > 
carry ing on 
furs and ev 
line with S' 
the sjxms -r 
tional pro tec 
Eskhnu as 
mining, u 1 
ntng on Baf 
In it*. h)i 
the comfiaj 
handling of 
spirits and 
these prod« 
traded aiTosi 
the days of l 
NEW INTKI 
It* great 
land nlk but 
patty has dii 
to the oil ar 
The right* 1 
held by Hud 
Gas Compar 
Tu p*-r cent 


of 'he tetary selecting a governur for Inestimable worth. As Arthur S n* * 

important colonies from among Morton Mates n u "A History of ll 


sedate and exacting iat 
comi*any qtiiler I'Hiuglu 

'I lu ough ^ Victoria these hur men who have lived all their the Canadian We.t 
r:ed men from ( alifomia and lives among Indians, swapping "That Vancouver a iMnhrt ,, i ***’ a 
Australia came for guidance baubles and blankets for furs u\ British Columbia are BriflMi lf r ‘‘ sul, ° ,, 4 ln , 
into the mountain pass.'* of the 2,000 per cent profit when we dav is a„ , , ,» ./!*,. t0 * *n tl 

Mainland, for trans,,.. nation find that^ Jhe^ givenSfr » ^nmlt and .h^-n^ ^ Peering w 

and equipment. There they selected has sacrificed the best Uor king togliher u! Publish’ J ° f 50 P *!L ewi 
found the company w.,s cr.llec interest* „f the country to b-ne colony i„ a vacant 'w erute o 

tor of customs, postmaster, com- fit monopoly, then we but do the fart heat limi^nf SI, ^‘‘"res b; 

EJI1S. "Z «„T «*5S £?* lh " 

them gold if they would seal It Whatever the fault* of mo SionT have^^'iT’ ^ 5?* a0,iv, *y of « 

» - — * -r- 


__ I 

First Villages Believed in Near East* 


Tl BN TO M EK4 H AN DISK 

It was this influx which first 
turned the company from the 
collection of sea otter, beaver I 
and seal to the general mer- 
chandising bosteM it cbndticto WASHINGTON The first graphic Society M'lefaak u 

bxlay Before the lhth<en«ury ,W village, on earth, erected by sevU hundred ” " 

closed. It* first retail store in men who were devising new. possibly much more * The villa 

Vancouver went up. By then ways of feeding themselves, l n | One of hi>,..r> s greaf eco lacked pourf 


» tlie east and north 
-'* a great indu.s trial 
with s:\ large retail 
Prior stores, 192 fur 
t x, 17 wholesale 
'd buying office* in 
Montreal, Toronto 
England. It* sale* 
ached S 159.762.000, 
e M '*89.000 and it* 
profit, $4,827,000. 
iment sales were 
Its capital in u«e^ 

AMUNG 

source or profit. iu 
re? are now under- 
•gram of develop- 
pamion which last 
1 * Construction of a 
self parking garage 
I. the first of its 
cm Canada. Con- 
he Edmonton store, 
double its size, i* 

be ci/mpleted this 
for the Calgary 
ive it a six-story 
« multi-deck i*ark- 


f -ny'a fur trade de- 
h iL* many post* 
om the Canadian 
' the high Arctic, 
flips and aircraft is 
he ancient trade is 
ending its work in 
(• rnment policy to 

S hip or such add!* 
S of benefit fo the 
oat building, ix»al 

B ing and hide tan- 
n Island. 

•*sale department, 
v continue* the 
•hfleco. coffee, tea, 
ilankets. most of 
:t.s having been 
Its counteis since 
ik tinned sti*ckad«*F 
Iknts 

■ ract of Canadian 

1 1^ 'Id off. the com- 
*ned its attention 
1 gas It produces. 

^ exploration are 
f°n*s. Bay Oil and 
| Limited— owned 
kv Continental Oil 
I 25 i>er cent by 
f Company. 1954 
expansion which 
f 18 per cent in. 
r number of net 
Ls and an Increase 
In the daily aver- 
production. Ex- 
Hudson’* Bay Oil 
ding reserves and 
»<i action last year 
th*m $16,000,000. 
men! and diverse 
| company on the 
|e n e, has been 
and in looking 
unding just 288 
•rrow— thrlQfhg. 


(ins. Each had 


| e 1 * 
| hut 

11 IK-St 


apparently 
used flint 


Fort Victoria had been dernol- all probability sprang up 7.006' nomkr revolunmis t „ r - w . - 

L->hed and ,h, cplttl O Ih. >oara a B „ Jo 'Uaf U 1 Xn m^rnvcmnd » cri ewfu4 '.nit, rUbW "* 
province was an Incorporated northern Iraq :ifld animal “ 2^ b ^ I 

city. The tribesmens bargain I Tlial apj)-ara to U- the sig- hundreds of thousands uf years of r* a,M J Jaf 

ing for blanket*. pi|>es twist nifioance <4 the recent discovery 1 before this h-nd orrMiu i, 1 unjjraty a ar< heoln- 

tobacco and guns was slowly of a small settlement at M le- lution men hunied nr h!f»tJw 1 ?| Jn *l!| ,he Wr,lT 

b«*ing replaced by trade with laal, 25 mile* east of Mosul and gathered wild m * t* f 0, ( hugged the A il wateroi hilly 
ne* white residents and Chinese no, far from modern oil Uils Sianl^ wtlh/na nmf u * u ?' ^ \ 1 ?. nk ^ TlvHs 

In^ou^hold tenhhin*. and un U» »» ol N,„.v, l, I , h ,> „^d „ V J llke „ M Tl^.toT’X' 

1m, vrith r?„d,i°n. • 0 ,°rj^rr ^ r n ^r h -i 

=? JS? - ^ — -MS, J. t 

fles the attack: trace Jarroo back lo around «. . J&tu art, 

D-.l.. riT-l Victoria B C. Sondav, 1 . 1955 3 


Whea we find * colonial sec 1 750 BC. say* the National C#%y 


Daily (Colonist 




see some 


By C. i. GUGI KT 

O F the five »pwiP!i of 
«Jmoi occurring on 
the Pacific Coast of North 
America the spring %al- 
mon attains the largest 
• l*e. The heaviest re- 
corded by Carl and Cle- 
mens (1935), measured 
5M inches in total length 
and weighed 126 pounds. 
It wa.** taken commercially 
st Petersburg. Alaska. 

The world record for this 
aperies on sports tackle weighed 
S3 or 83'i pounds and was 
taken at Rivers Inlet. B.C, by 
Frank Piscatelll of Vancouver. 

HIDE V ARIAX E 

On the average these salmon 
at maturity range in weight 
from JO to 50 pounds, vary- 


— From an original drawing by F. L Beebe 


’ of vulmon. but for those w-tw 
bavfc difficulty with smaller 
specimens,* the narrow caudal 
pedunde 'that jcj * \<-«*n thj 

V tail and. the body 1 is narrower 

V m proportion than Ik that of the 

■ coho. gad it is . kb rod " in 

■ other words, 11 up a 

I spring salmon Just atie.nl nf the 

I tail, there arc two small 

I shoulders at the hose of tad 

I which prevent the fish from 

B Slipping through your hand. The 

ft best criterion for dmtlfying 

any spring salmon, however, Ls 
the smell -only the spring has 
that characteristic p ?i m p e n t 
odor, whether in the grilse 
stage or fully matui?* 
t*ebe- For quick referemv to the 
habits and characteristics of the 
lose a spring salmon I recommend 


from JO to 50 pounds, vary- Ing la completed the entire run] where small marine crustaceans most spring salmon lose a spring salmon I recommend 

lng greatly tndivtdually. hi dies, and the species survival Is squids, sand lance and herring great part of their fighting abil Carl and Clemens. “Fresh- water 

different river systems dependent entirely upon the make up a large part of the ity and beauty. The green back. Fishes of British Columbia,” 

and consequently in dif- young fish that hatch out an spring salmon diet. purple sheen to head and tall available at the Provincial Mus- 


ferent areas in the sea, Food nually on the gravel beds. 


conditkna, water conditions, In- According 


The spring salmon is a favor- and the silvery white sides and cum. If vou wish 


Carl and ite sport fish with many salt underparts darken, and thus .complete story 


read the 
i w onder- 


dividual variation. life span and Clemens (op. cit.) these young water fisherman, and when much of the aesthetic value of fui fish and so doing painlessly 


many other factors are respons salmon run to the sea very soon taken in the sea. away from the the fish la gone. 

Ible for thla wide range in size, after hatching or remain In the river mouths, its fighting ability’ n lsti N’ctivk niK>R 
and thus we have mature frtsh water for varying times and strength are sometimes un- ‘ 1 “ VK OI m 


e fish la gone. assimilate a wealth of biological 

LSTIN'cnVK OIM>R Knowledge in it a regard read 

1 Roderick Haig-Bruwn h Return 
Most anglers have no dlffl to the River/' available I think. 


springs weighing only IS or 2 up to 15 months. The major believable. When heavy with Most anglers have no dlffl to the River," available 
pounds running to the rivers to growth takes place In the sea, spawn in the estuaries, however, culty in identifying this species at any good book store 
spawn, while In the same water! ^ 

you may tie Into something the > ■ ■ » 

Subject Finally Talked— About Himself 

mon are Invariably males and 

■ rav k TJGVI'71 n 1 lark VfjHflW A (fi ffiflnhnGfl. ho fin.lllv nVf*r caiil full irilo -i • i 

U. «o, P M ,h, B > marcaret McManus 

sea. however. I* very often an XT EW YORK — 5.17 p.m. 

Immature spring with perhaps J.A|' Haileil a mb at 

three or four years to go before . _ __ 

It makes ita spawning run and Fark Avenue ami . -nd 
by that time it could easily Street Told the driver to 
wrtgh* *> or (Opmmd, .* nwjrc U40 Rraahn ., 

The best criterion for deter- * * 

mining a young spring from a That s the address the 
Jock Is the mouth — Immature man gave me. 
aprlngs have shiny Mark mouth i33 pm ._ started looking at 
parts hence the term black . . . . _ . 

mouth as applied to winter wr,st wa,ch ^ Wight traffic 


By MARGARET McMANI’S 
J^EW YORK — 5.17 p.m. 


i. ^ —Hailed a cab at 
Park Avenue ami 72nd 
Street Told the driver to 
go to 1410 Broadway. 
That’s the address the 
man gave me. 

5.33 p m.— Started looking at 


springs. These variation* in size In the big town was heavy. Was 
during Immaturity are due to afraid I d be late. Looked at 
the fact that the life cycle of notes again. 


members of this species varies, 
from three to seven wars, anti 


Supposed to pick up a man 


the fish maturing at seven hcn Alexander, tele- 

years are usually larger than ftalon actor. Plays Officer 
thorn* maturing at three or four. Frank Smith. Sergeant Friday’s 


to manhood. Said he finally jover, said people at die next 
quit the movies because he was table would like to know if thla 
getting such miserable parts. was Frank Smith on "Dragnet’’ 
5.55 p.m.— Alexander looked ai *d Badge 714. ' .» syndicated 
down at his coffee. Looked up *bow of the re-rims of ‘'Drag- 


—shamefaced. I net" films. 

MIC H UMKMP LOVED 1 !,e confessed II* was th« 

“You asked for the facts, f c- . . , 

ma’am. I’ll tell you the truth. Sai< \ 1 * a f? ,nJ ° L,Mt ln ^ 
That’s Just an alibi. I quit thci*f cond World "* r ,u * s l*nt 
movies because I was starving. . rec Y c>ars a lieutenant in 


movies because I was starving. 
I spent a very long time as a 
very unemployed actor/' 

Said he went into radio In 
1935. as an emcce. and an an 1 
nouncer on a number of net 


the navy, served on :» carrier 
in the Pacific as .. fighter di- 
rector. 

Saw a lot of action Saipan. 
Leyte Gulf, iwo Jlma, Okinawa. 


MAIN KINS IN FALL 


partner, on NBC TV Thursday 


Consequently, 


pened tA land a spring maturing 


you hap- night show. “Dragnet.* 


1440 Broadway 


* 

m J* 

r v- ■ 


BEN ALEXANDER 


work shows, among them the JOBS FOB CHI MS 


“Charlie McCarthy Show." 
"Father Knows Best” and 
'Queen for a Day," 


,vv . | Said he came out of the navy 
aiu * in 1946, opened up u couple of 
! gas stations In LA., hired all 


6 p.m. — Asked If ho could be the sailors— formerly In his 
excused long enough to make a radar division on his xhip who 
phone call. Staid he wanted to wanted to work for him 


at vwn years In its sixth year. _ im y myAmlnn 

you would have a very Urge hn- “ . ' " n Lesley. If it * a boy, fellow | Said they wore just in from was going to open up these gas 

mature salmon — much larger. * tuB,a Wa * instructed to look named Jack Webb, alats Ser- the coast, where the “Dragnet’’ stations. Told them to come 
probably, than a fully mature *° r Alexander In Studio B. He geant Friday, who may be the series us filmed, for a few days’ see me if they wanted johs. 
four-year Osh at the river was there. I godfather, wants it to have the holiday. Just In to go to some Some did " 


caU his wife at the Waldorf As ’We used to talk about this 
toria. He did. on board ship. I told them I 

Said they were just in from was going to open up these gas 


four- year 


mouth. The eggs and mtlt of 
Immature salmon are much re 


river was there. 


Looked Just like he does on * wne name, but spelled Leslie. 


restaurants. 


Seven of them still work for 


tee at these 


dueed and a clflhr*. at th^ television. Medium height. *-50 p.m Alexander saul he’d 
parts while the fish are being 5,ock >'- 1J ^ hl bro »n hair. hlue! ,1Ke 5r ' mc coffee suggested we 
cleaned should Indicate whether . eyes, quiet voice. He was wear l* * lie ord'-rn i X \t°? r ' 

or not on . U>* o mu.«l plaij rail, .lute ''' '“ d ' He onlrred m,,n ' 

run. [ shirt, brown knit tie. handsome ‘ » 

The main runs o( spawning gold wrist watch and a gold .rig PASSING STRANGE 


5-50 p.m. Alexander said he’d Wlfe wanted *° 1,0 Surae at &e stations. They were 

stropping. • - 


■ all young kid** when they came 


Mltuon occur In the fall, ln late net ring. 

July. Auguit and September; RmnvrmfPi r\»ov 
thoy worm) lh.- Ur/r rivt-r ' T''* 

ay stems along the coast where l>ne th lng ilifferent. 


P.wIM* NTRANGE ; was a good time t« 

Told him we'd like some back ,:fnp 
ground stuff on him. where he ' Most efficient 


Said this guy Webb Ls busy out of the navy. ’They’re all 
with his movie, “Pete Kelly's married now. with children, and 
Blues," so as they weren’t shoot in each family, there is one son, 
ing lor a couple of weeks, it named Nick, fur Nicholas Ben- 


take svme ton Alexander. 

I Besides the gas »tarion. Alex- 
uy in the ander owns a motel. Mother-in- 


One thing different. He has was born, and so on. He was world, this Webb,” said Officer law runs It. 


most of the egg laying takes 4 P lnlt * almost ruddy com willing to talk, but kept leading Sm,,h - ' Other film shows fight ^ 

plfirv In October and NovTmber P^ x,on - Looks pale an TV. the conversation back to this lo k<c P weeks ahead of ^Jraid we d better be pushing 

This varies greatly from river 5 40 pm.— Told Alexander wc Webb. Seemed odd. Most schedule. Were a year ahead. ( along. Dinner lime. Said we 

to river, depending upon how far wanted to ask him a few ques- ■ 3Ctors can't stop talking about "I'm 43 years old Webb is wore sorry wc couldn't take him 
the fish have to travel from the 1 tions, just routine. Just the themselves. 33. I’ve never worked for a along to headquarters. Would 

•ea F**r example on the Camp- 'facts. He said, “OK." Very Co- Finally said he was bom In rr * an before who is younger than like to. Couldn’t. Nothing in 

bell these big fish spawn only operative type. a small town In Nevada, was *’ 8ut hes * ot a5 much talent the hou*** but eggs 

a short distance up the river. I U e said his full name is' taken to Hollywood by his “ a ma , n twice him age. All * n* a,u w*.*. to. u 

while w n the Fraser system ond Nicholas Benton Alexander, his parents when he was four years |hc * ** Went, 
others we find them spawning family calls him Nick, friends old. Ills mother wanted to be “LIKE A POLICEMAN” 

In the tributaries hundreds of' rail him Ben. Everybody else an actress and when she was 1 Sajd he won the part of 
mum owt w sea. call* him Frank Smith. I making the rounds of the movie Off.cer Smith after Webb had 

ONK SPAWNING He’s married, wife’s name is. s tudlos, she took little Ben seen him on a local television 


mile* from the sea. 
ONK SPAWNING 


calls him Frank Smith. 


He’s married, wife’s name i 8 J*«udlos. she took 


To date there Ls no record and Lesley, and he has a 12-yeor-old a {j n ** w hh her. Seems they show in EA., and remarked to 
no indication that any spring *° n * Nick. The Alexanders are ^ t need any actresses. They a mutual friend. ’That guy 
salmon has ever survived to re-,^ uc fo* * second child ln Au- child stars They hired looks like a policeman.” 

turn to the sea and spawn the *usL | Wm - | “Webb luippened to be look- , 

arcovw) time. When the spawn- • If it’s a girl she will be named Said he played Penrod, in the lng for a partner at the time 


*ti % €mi**i*t Vkteria. 


^ i him j “Webb happened to be look- , 

It s a girl she will be named: Said he played Penrod, in the lng for a partner at the time 

| Penrod and Sam ’ senes in the and that's the way it happened. , 

« C Soadar Mas 1 1*S5 *2^ d *y* hvivies, went on ma’am. No strain." 

J/ more adult roves as he grew 6 06 pm. — Waitress came 


GAME FISH CAN BE WHOPPERS 


Spring Biggest of Coast Salmon 


1 JJ *4 turd. 

Authors 

Prizewinners Named 
In Humor, Biography 


Unusual Book Pierces 
Part of Muscovite Veil 

* By \X 11.1 JAM I). PATTERSON 

/ AN E of the grc.it |»rnalfies of being a "riddle wrapped in an rni cma” is that a 
v Hter»*ot\ |H*d uuace tends in.rcasinglt to lH*come a rigid Mihffitute for the 
human, fb-sh-and-h|<»nd truth, with its infinite ami «»ften appealing jlarietv. This b 
one of many price* Russia and the rest of the world hate had to |av for the s.»- 
Met s Iron f urlain policy toward honest Inquirv by responsible H itern obseners. 

An un^u>Uii] brmk hv a gittcil r— ■ ■ .■ » m — ~ ~ #- - 

reporter "American it. Russia." | * RP isiki, ’ . I T . mu *' h ’( va,ue lo ‘-"huni 
by lhirrl-on K Salisburv. ha* __ .11 


tern ohsrn ers. 

I value to Cuntmuni 


: 1 " i'l'-rir p.,rt of the . ■ jj:'; 

V'-'l t'f Mumhvhc m)<tcry and jik x 

lium.n.ite ,.f ", ii\ing S-v- » 

truth behind it. The result is . s % 

first-hand n p » ^ -7 

a fm-h , 

the ! 1 

, ^be peunle nf Russia ar.ri of the | i vVashuigtoJ ui<| N w ^ rk 

M ’C W A 1 Caj|n« 

U | n?,!r i * m ° n4 I W ! thp Huey Tong assassination 

^mgh.rul Amegcans for some | L and many |ew Deal 

credible In-igli I Inn, what , Wahlngtonl 

hel) U (break of the Sec- 

Mr. ^i^urys report mfW' ! Jar the author went 

rtlav . |r -he 

:r H>: pub 

COU> RBt KlTION * nces. 'Ku|iiu on the Way " 

The* atmosphere of Moscow t wnn,^,, P After foir years as foreign 

was p«*rnicatcd with f.*.,r *ur- HARRXSON E ^AlSRb^’Ry rri.tor of lie United Pn-ss In 
iplcion and hostility toward D , „ . ^ York. |lr SaliRbury finally 

foreigners when Mr. Salisbury Ru8sin " ten ret un.ed t.H Moscow as chief of 

arrived the en<| of winter, 1919. 'f. n bureau ftl The New York 

The snow - covered landscape , * hat 5° nveys ,ecI W* >n, Time* in «U9. He is now In 

was no colder than the official WU , as a ffi. boo i New York lUA ^ *“ npral 

weleniruv f,. r »h„ ... published in a long irzf. It .*s.signmentl( for (hat news 


lias much <■ value to cuntmuni 
cate. 

B"rn In MlnneapoU^, Minn In 
11*“- Harril>n E. Salishun >■ is 
been a wuAing new»pu;M n ,an 
ail his life. I He started as a cub 


J reporter 
1 Journal. 
Joining 

v*u k -W 


the Minneapolis 


|<* United Press, his 
him to i’hirago, 
I and New York, 
•vered s»»me uf the 
•*s of that period* 
>ne income tax trial, 
:w)ng assassination. 
Kew Deal s'orie4 In 


ROBERTSON DAVIES 


ROBERT TYRE 


T ORONTO — The Ijearock Medal for Humor for 
1954 ha* been non by Robertson Dut ies and the 
1 niversity of British Columbia Medal for Popular 
Biography by Robert T> re. 

The w ards were announced ^»0. Jo (he 8 pri n g of lWZ when 
by R. D. Hilton Smith, chair be left to take over flu* editor 
man of the Governor General’s ^ 01 Thp Peterborough Lx- 
Awards l^^rd, which admin- anu ™’ r - a he t, " ,, hu,ds ' 

liters the Leacock Medal fur the ** e J.** made thu P a ^ f " ,,t, ° r 
Stephen Leacock Memorial com- 1 2* fiV ? muSl ^ted m Canada.) 
mil tee of Orillia. Ont . and , h e * sin «* Ja , nuary ’ !® j3 ’ »‘iswidely 
V B.C. Medal for the university ” fad «»Iumn of book reviews 

,, _ . . ... , has appeared in Saturdav Night. 

Mr. Davies received the award _. - . 

for his second novel. “Leaven _ Thp au,h .°. r . ° r [^ddlebag 
of Malice." Its locale is Salter fjnwn. which won the l .B.C. 
ton. the small Ontario city often 4 1 1 ** 3 * f° r popular biography, 
irlerrtilipd with Kingston and the vva ^ 1 " c '™ In norland e«tucated 
scene of the earlier "Tempest- ,n ^ mm peg. has been in radio 
1 * ost •• and newspaper work for the 

n . , -r P aar ^5 years. R.*bert Tyre’s 

Rubert T> r* . Sbd.llch.iE > 

Smeoon. the b.otraphy ul , hln , from rtr^ma fcMvi, phv, 
MbrrouEh O Brien, .he prairie , lillca| „„ s In P , he 
doctor, earned him -he dl|] dr ,^„ lf «. ripls for 

aarn ’ the C.B.C and fiction lor 

JUDGES American pulps, lb* had five 

Judges for the Leacock Medal years service wilh the R.CA.F 
were: Dr. Louis Blake Duff, during the war, mainly in n 
Welland; Dr. Carlyle King, De writing capacity. Hit work in 
pnrtment of English, University eluded air force recruiting puh 
uf Saskatchewan; Eric Nicol, Hetty, editing of service publi- 
Voncoiivcr. winner of the award cations, and scripts for the 
in 1950. 1 RvC.A.F. radio show*, for which 

For the U.B C. Medal the ’ ie ofren “^ 0fl as M c anrt P ro ' 
judges were: John K. Elliott. durcr A * * working news- 


HARRISON E SALTS 


ond World 
to Mocow 1 

He travplej 
Russia nni 
lisbed a l 


rslitor of 


^ — *' |n iimvuixu H «l, 1 »U?* *HU « T VI 

ipicion and hostility toward? D « „ . . MK.. . • 1 ' e ' v Yorlt ,^*r. - 

Inii'lEn.** when Mr. Sallshur, Rusf,!a > hn . h .VgV ri " cn i rp,un ' < -' 1 !'jM« 

arrived (ho end of «,nhT. 1 P 19 ;‘, n ™lwnUy rMdnl«j»jon bureau f,l Tl 
Th* “‘at conveys the feel <*«fe in .Time* in f»!9. 


was no colder than the official 
I welcome for the new corre- 
I s pendent of The New Y’ork 
Times, 

One of the most depressing 
aspects of a Russian assign- 
ment for an American rurre 
^pondent Ls iho menacing fear 
that hangs over everything and 
which serve} to Isolate him 
from any sort of normal con- 
tact or any contact at all- 
with Russian citizens: 

At the date of the author's 
arrival foreign correspondents 
were brine frozen mil of Mix. 


It assignment 
deserves wide p <> pti 1 a gtt and i*;«pcr. 

Actress' -Memc 
Proof of Indi vi 


emones 


uality 


MEMORIES, by SCthel most con\ ■ || ^tloiuii in tone. It 
Barrymore; Muwsm BA»k Co. jumps ;,r- U .l In time a>iu place 


I .Id.. Toronto. 


jumps anni 
< one visit 
prcssefl ini 


arrival foreign coi resj imlents r IK *E her two famous bothers I ,ICs -^‘ ln f a f° u f 
Were h^ing frown mil of Mas- L. >„ hn and Uonel , Elhe i f d lts 

row. Translators were denied Baromore has alwavs ftnown i°P in, ? n f T , rxpr 
them, their native s.4*retariro u Mal waillc . d on IhSstage **"*** 


d In time anu place 
) England is cum 
a couple uf parn 
d Its u(iorf leslox 
1 * expressed with 


were 1 -tM uted and fngi.temxt . h e acted in plavs she likfft On NOT HIM 
mto leaving, the rrn*orfeblp y . as lhe stTeon , he pi aj<Ni imparts | Some n 
strict t,nd unpredicrabiC. exce,,t , he way , h0 ught theubught know whr 
in its unrcasonableru-ss. The (0 ^ played- and ncvelCuth think* of 
’ *l-‘ ** r< h nj and .1 few lo h , w j t „u rmfca* ouLt brothers S 

'"Z'l «*«» *•>- 


OT I It MR HOOK 
Some nldm will want to 
*>w whJ Miss Barrymore 
inks of I her renowned 
others. sl» pas«e« hardly an> 

■ ignu nts I ut all, and her 


country and Ms p..n P ,™cem # ‘ n °“* h ^ *° l*?-* . \ b ™ h *!* 4 er ° lJy 


London Free Press; Dr. J. J. P fi P erm * n b** bas entered all 
Talman, librarian. University of n<?ws b ^ a,s fn,m Jo poll 

Western Ontario; Dr. N. A. M . 1 ’ c<i a , M was runnoi up in 1952] 
MaeKcnzle, president. Uni vers f,,r ‘ he l °P news of the 

ity of British Columbia. 

Robertson Davies was born NKU POSITION 
at Thamr sville, Ont , -arid e«iu- Until recently he was proving 
catcd at I’pper Canada College clnl editor of the Regina 1-eader- 
and Queen's University. His Post and e«litor of tlio Sasknt -, 
father, Senator Rupert Davies, ehewan Municipal Record, the 
Is Welsh and his mother was a official organ nf the S.iskaTche 
Canadian of U E.L. ancestry. I wan Association of Rtlral Muni- 
In 1935 Mr. Davies went tojcipalities. He has r<*slgned these 
Balliol College. Oxford. While posts to take tip lhe position' 
there he took an active part in of public relations officer tor 
the Oxford University Dramatic the Saskatchewan Government's 
Society. | industrial development «iffice, 

After graduation and a brief His fii^t bo*ik. "Along 'he High- 


country and Ms people ^ 17 ': "T ,T . k S 
fur >h P m.wt f..nru.l oWclal rr 1 Till. stranp- vtrrah ol *rtivul iWim hry 
la i mns. \ uality comes through ,v e r > pai t of it. 

li den riy In her Informal autbblog ; book, not t 

M KLL-TRA VEL1JCD raphy. The word “informal" Is myself, I 

Yet ln the iwxt five year* used advisedly, since this book ■ Individual r 
Mr. Salisl>ur> learned Russian, i* not the customary smooth, [do lack th 
managed to travel mer 75,00*» ghost-written Job so ruromon rubw4 ont 
mile* around the Soviet Union . 1 these days. It Is clear in many relives, 
visiting places that had almost* ways that Miss Barrymore said The dela 
disappeared from the map for just what she wanted to say, more’s can 
Westerners, and witnessed the and said It in her own way. The but she 1 
tremendous changes that took prose is blunt, succinct, and al over her 
place on. the death of Stalin. I J i fledgling da 


lecome a legitimate 
\fter all. this is her 
eirs. Speaking for 
refer these highly 
r-moirs. even If ihcy 
professionel glosa 
1 other similar oar 


experience as an actor In Lon- way." was published in 1951 and 
don, he Joined the permanent ' is n collection of newspaper 
staff of the Old Vic Company columns dealing with people 
to act and teach In its drama and places visited on a roving 
school. The school was dis- assignment through the pruv 
banded at the outbreak of war ince. 

In 1940 he married Brenda | “Saddlebag Surgeon" is the 
New bold, stage manager of Ute j life-story of Murrough O'Brien. 

Old Vic, and they returned to M D. who was born in 1 P 6 K and 
Canada. He was literary editor Is mill practicing as a country 
of Saturday Night from March, doctor in Saskatchewan. 


As a result the reader will 
find in this boik a memorable N 

gallery of sen* give trr prrf sions 
and pictures oi Russia coupled 
with wide-ranging Inferpreta- 
tiors i*f th»* ultimate rAean 
ing of current Sr.wi »t policies 
and actions. Like m-iriy other 
observers of RilKsia, the author] 
con’t quite make up his mind! 
about the Reds’ intentions. • 

He seems to feel TJi.it v.nce 
Stalin’s rteath things hr.ve 
greatly ifnprm’ed in Russia s 
attitude towards the West, vet 
that the new leader* remain 
dedicated fommumsi*. basically 

untrustworthy and antagonistic 17*1 

We should make a deal with I 
them, >ei remain stronger so as < 

to be ready In case they violate 1 

their bargain. j Vy 1 

Although Mr Salisbury is 
j-li'bably no rr> re a r*.tiio\ov | 

ant orade on Ru*»ia than the. 

rest of the experts ar>l diplo- jj .. ^ ( - 

ma x w|»o follow every n»ve vf WllQ VLB 1011 161 


The detail - of Ethel Harry 
more’s rar«*r arc well known, 
but she lligers nohialgically 
over her I'htdhood and her 
fledgling d.I s on the rtage. She 
was. when 111 is said and done, 
a memrerlof what has been 
[railed ‘thJ royal family nf 
Brnndw iv “B In time came the 
I parade of mts nn t»pth sides of 
I the AHantjJ followed b%- friend- 
ships withH'he many notable* 
Who pass, tlrnugh lh<*se page* 

DFI.lt. tl ml f. fieri KE 
Ethel giftatly admired the 
acting of hA brother Jack, and 
i there is u It flight ful picture of 
him here ilhearslng “Hamlet* 

| in bis sIi-mI clolhea. “He was 
superb, *.n»;r.ificeu!t. unf-*rgel- 
table." Erlil hcrsr.-lf perferr»’d 
Ophelia abMve all other part* 
hi Shak« |hre. '‘She Is often 
payed by llde fhbb* ? tigdgiets 
chfi^en apljrerdiy for t th 
their youtfl an?l imbecility." 
she commcifiji. “I think she i« 
really a vc.-jj subtle, tragic and 
N*«ii»lfully character." 


DELIGHT* 

Ethel gi 
acting of hi 
i there is » 

him here i 
J Ln bis sim 
supcib, :na 
table.” Eft 

Ophelia ab 
hi Shakespt 


their youM 
she com met 
really a verl 
N*aii»ifullv j 


Victoria. B C^ StumLi Ray 1, 1955 



■ i j i i H i i i . i < §1 lunlnn 
ijaj3:«|32iaaal3aaanlaa 
(i333n|nnQ aao analon: 
ujn aiaj annan anloai 
■■non □oannnn anna 
Jaaoaa oaao aaoa naoi 
Oooua isaaa aaoQao on 


SUNDAY CROSSWORD PUZZLE this week s profile 


LET'S GO LATIN 


Continued from T»<r 1 

practise oifldoor*. on a parking and say “Hi 


ONE MORE STEP 
-THEN " ADIOS " 


He has a 

lot. which gives them little time poor memory and regrets that 
to rehearse before the May 24 .he can *eld<*n remember their 
parade. Shortage of hails for names. 

indoor sports Is one of the com-, Although other people's chil- 
mittee’s biggest problems. dren recognize him, he is away 

LAZY ATHLETES from home so much that he 

sometimes wonders whether his 
Another problem is finding own children will identify him 
J suitable coaches ami trainers. as th( . f dmi! y breadwinner. He 
Many of leading sports figures has four: Mrs. Marjory Plach. 
who could help won t offer their ner; Barbara. 19; Wayne. 13; 
servlce> - and Marilyn. 12. Mrs Mufti- 

Strong man on the sports aide shaw is the former Anne For- 
of the youth guidance program sythe. 

has been Carl Petersen, who “'Being aru"*-.d kids keep* you 
won the Sid Thomas Trophy young," Ernie MottLfaw says 
last year for his work. ,of his youth guidance work. He 

Ernie himself often turns out I s 15. look.* ‘-•me years less, 
to the games. He finds every > '*«*’■ «f th** Eagles 

night of the week taken up with I** hirn *way with it. 
games or meetings. In the past he Intends to resign his chair- 
he has coached teams in sev- man-hip and devote more time 
eral sports, but does not fln*l lo business and his own 
enough time to handle a team family. He and his brothers 
directly these days. I and sister- have ban-led to- 

-mi mvir gether to buy their parent* a 

*u. Mi. ir- J television s»d, and soon Ernie 

He is a friendly, relaxed and, intends to go to Duncan and 
talkative man with a broad grin remodel the family house for 
and a crew cut. Youngsters his father, who is getting on in 
often approach him on the street years. 


By ARTHUR MI KKAY 
LESSON VI V 
OKR\ a.-- I axn to .see it come 


, , we are now at our 

final lesson in this series on I^attn dances, We’ve 
covered a lot of ground together; I’ve luul a wonderful 
time meeting you here each day and I certainly hope 
you've hail — and will continue to hate — a lot of fun 
from your new steps. 

As the finale. I think wc 
should r-cplure the Copacabana, 

I-'--' - ' ! AJj 

y e--t t- : ■ : • : «ii. -l.i-i. -cd ]]|*(|fegP^ 

to left n id right, as ttv* Left fc ^ 

Copacab.am or the Right Copa- |& | \*\ \ 

caba vlng forward. In Bp ] A v \ 


Dorothy Palmer . . . and fiends. 

Fuchsias Repay With Color 
For Kind ness During Growth 


The Stamp Packet 

By K. >L ANGUS 

I pERHAPS a trifle premature- and Constable The Id, 2* 
, ly, the Australian News and 2 - will be printed by La 
Information Bureau announces & Co., the l l id, 3d, 2 6 


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frsifi. 
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satbBOd 

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A S children which of us ha\ 
to burst? I do still — when 
little plops. 

Dorothy Palmer pointed out 
wc might never have had the 
chance tf botanist Perc Plunder ur 
hadn’t gone to South America fuc ^ 
in 1703 to look for quinine ami 1 
taken fuchsias back to Europe. Cur 
At leant not under tliat name. -Ism 
Ho named them for another* u P*d 
botanist called Leonhart Fuchs cutt 
who lived in Germany from 
1SDM5GC. 'fuchsia triply 11a Wvo, 


they are ready 
Mi.-li satisfying 


8. 19S6. The stamps will tx- Francs* has just Issued an 
issued one month prior to interesting stamp of a face 
the opening of the Games value of 12 francs, printed In 
and values will be 3 'ad, ollve-grccn, sepia and blue- 
7' ad and 2\ We have re green. The stamp Is titled “Day 
reived a photo of the Austra-'of the Stamp” and shows the 
Han American friendship stamp departure of one of the famous 
to be issu.’d May 4th, and which balloons which carried the first 
depicts a colurhn at right sur regular airmail post during 1*70- 

d of the Siege 
stamp was de- 
and engraved by the 
method by Raoul 
Sc r res. Tlie 3 franc is an extra 
on the fn<p value of 
“USA. Memorial" In 12 francs and will t»* applied 
letters and. at botu~»m solely to the rench Red Cross 
"Australia.” 1 Funds. 

The Crown Agents announce * * * 

a number of agencies who are The Bombay Philatelist rc 
having sundry of their values Ports that the one rupee 1*MS 
reprinted due to shortages. In- Pakistan value iias been found 
eluding several values f ro ni with 14 by US perforation in- 
Antigua. Cyprus, Gibrnhar. 1 st «*d of the usual overall IIS; 
Cold Coast. Malta. Mauritius a variety which U well worth 
North Borneo, Trinidad a n d ,w >king for as it w UJ undoubt- 
Tobago; al>n several of the Ms ^ ^ St'arce. Formosa Issuisl 


slightly back. Slow <-ount. 

2 — Back uo right limt, 
reaching out for hack step so 
right leg .straightens, quick 
count. 

That's all there U to it. Now 
i for the man's part in a Right 
Cupacabarui: 

1 — Forward «m» right f«Hjt. 
weight on right *iul b4*nding 
knees so shouhb-rs are Upptxl 
slightly buck. Slow count. 

2 — Step |>*4-k on left foot, 
n-a- hlng out f«»r hiM-k step so 
left leg straighten*, quick 
count. 

3 — Mep on right foot in 
place, straightening both 
knees, quick count. 

And there \ou have th4- left 
and right Copacabana. You can 
ace as soon as you start to prac- 
tice these steps how simple they 
are. Thou look in a mirror and 
see how- smooth and kophisti 


cultivatel in Europe but the 
general! >1 accepted story was 
that In 1193 James I z*e. a fam- 
ous nurslryman, heard reports 
of a strat gc plant growing m 
the wlndlw of a house where a 
sailor livid. He hurrleil over to 
see. fou«l a specimen. of thft 
flower W-re Prunler had de- 
scribed ■> years before, and 
bullied njji brih4^1 the chap Into 
iianding 1 over. Then he started 
props ga |[)g 

From JF90 to 1914 there was 
a rraT fil hsm cult throughout 
England. HJ-'rance and Germany^ 
Fuchsia Colors became a fad. 
Their iMjJ.lt w *t styles In dance 
frocks, ’•lien came war. Flower 
gardens needed for vege- 

table ploli. ’ Fuchsias moved to 
Califomtl w'here they flour- 


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and trees before a small while been so mild it hadn't been 
house n few miles from Victoria necessary, 
on the road to'Sooke, | “YVhen will you bed them 

NEW ( AKF.FIt CMJt?” 1 asked 

At a time w hen ih.* Palmer- BAW TO GROW 
gaily admit most p# opk* are re- 1 "At the end of March or the 
signing tUemscdvi's to tl»e .sore beginning of ApiQ," she ana 
and yellow, they started a new wered. *Ttut you notice we have 
career as fuchsia growers and left a l*it of ours out all winter, 
moved from fialtair near N’a- protected by peat moss." 
naimo to pursue it. As with Fuchsias, Mrs. Palmer says, 
so many things on Vancouver though they look so exotic, are 
Island, it was a case of a hobby the easiest things to grow, "All 
turning itself willy nilly into a ><»u nee*! Is dappled sunshine, 
business It began wiih some shade, water and a bit of the 1 
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And now it’s time to rinJJ 
down ti»e cunaln. ] want to tell 
each of you h-*w delightful It's 
been to meet you, to make new 
friends, to help you blaster the 
three most popular Latin dances 
of our day the Samba, Tangu 
and Mambo. 

Whatever time and energy 
you pm inb> mastering the 
steps we’ve studied In this 
series will repay you thou- 
sands of times over In pleas- 
ure. You'll find this h true; 
I’»e found It true am! so have 
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be Issued by a British Colony is 
for the Protectorate of the 
British Solomon Islands. Value 
and designs are: **d violet and 
orange. .Ysabel Canoe Id ches , 
nut 'and green, Rovlann canoe: I 
l*«d red and blue green. Artifi-J 
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THIS WEEK'S ANAGRAMS 


JACOBIN mo 

Jaftam-sr newspapers, like 
our own, tarry birth columns. 
But they sinitetime* use thcfll 
for ptiitical attacks, as the 
follow ir»g example shows: 
"the third sm of prince 
Takaliitn Mikasa. brother of 
th«- MMperor, bas been called 
Norihifct by the prince, who 
* la now ilte father of two 
daughters and three sons. 

"Prime Mikasa la oor of 
the organisers of the cam- 
paign for the limitation of 
btrdcs in -JaiNkn.’’ 

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Kt liN-Huw la your vocabulary ? There la 
it than by aotvlng thear anagrann each Sun da 
the teller la the second raiimn. and rrarran 
FA. AMPLE: PRINTER p 
the following anagraim? 

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(S) CAPTION 

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<31 HKAITEN 


Arthur Murray Says: 

• — Don’t be afraid of j«Mir 
partner. Relax ! 

2 — Practice In private to be 
perfect in public. 

3 — Keep your feel floor to- 
gether. 

4 — IfreU off the floor a* 
much as pm>iUr. 

3— And U) put some fua in 
your life, try ilaiwlng! 


CODE I I \ T 

Tills Aouirlil Is attrlhiin-d 
in the 'Jarrhcsa de Monl.-,i 
vovi, w Vow of (i » It r 1 >• I i 
DAnnurfiin: 

"Invek like war: a victory 
In It nuile*- two vnmiM 1 **’ I ’ 


PH’S L SONUS G 


YEARLY TRANSFER 

There were fuchsias like 
falrie*. like ballet dancers, like 


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Vrrloria. B.C . 


Daily (Colonist 






Fast Waters Among Upper Islands 
Salmon-Rich ' 


\ our eoftff, and are ready to get going. You 
look ut your **teh — It's 4.30 *.m. The sea i» cairn 
m you set out in your small IhuiL Your destination: 

T* 1 '- H<>l * in ,h - betwwn S.uan Ula.u) „„ , 

As you cross over the comer south and Thurlow on t 
o/ But. Inlet you are busy north, where the Pacific Oce 
fettln* your gear ready. You waters pours down the narr 
de. Ide to try a spoon with six passage that runs along t 
ounces of lead. In a few min- Btiti.sh Columbia coast J 
utes you are at your fishing eddies, bays and rip tides ma 
grounds already- yon see that some of the flnr!St fJfchil 
many boats of all descriptions grounds that can be found er 
have started fishing. There are where 

M«rnw-n, rowbo.u KK1K>Dl y , NmANK 
and palatial cruisers in this nar 

row strip of water between “ ,s,rh-t around the YucJ 

Sonora and Maxwell Islands. ^ Du,trict 

Your line Ls out, 


but before 

C u are really settled down you 
ve a a^ike Zowie A Spring 
salmon has hit your spoon! 
These fellows don't fool, and aa 
you pay out line you begin to 


The overfall In Yudataw Rapids . . . rough water for fighting fish 


»oni« quiet b<«. k e4M> you wffl 
enjoy the best of casting, blue 
backs In the daytime offer good 
sport, but If your taste rum 
to Crab Louis. Phillips Arm, U) 
mlle> north, offers you food 
crab fishing. 

The Spring salmon fishing ts 
Phillips Arm is com rolled by 
the Fisheries Department. Th« 
Phillip*; River is a great spawn- 
ing ground of Spring salmon, 
bur a certain cla«.s of sport#- 
num • ?> went up the river and 


FLYING TOWNS OF WEST AUSTRALIA 
LEAVE ONLY CEMETERIES BEHIND 


so quickly ihe man pan! off 
the men. and then flew leaving 
the machinery and .ill the offtas 
books behind. Other towna Ilk# 
Southern Cross, Hullfinch, 
Horseshoe Lights and Mount 
Ida have throbbed Into lifw, 


pounds of Spring urigfcon stand 
ing on hi* tall. 

IlST VTAKrtD 

As he breaks wa£ • 300 feet 
away, you feet th«*% train on 
your line. You can f fciust hear 
the ranle as he trl^-'to shake 
the spiK>n I.Minr : b $; 
on playing him. and#, 
him boated Hut yxyp' 
started. and it'* Ilk/L* 
fore you return t.-wg 
there will be »-ver 3L 
htni in your boat. ^ 

More an.l mor<- ^ 
fishermen are cruyUn, 
Columbia's waters' ^ 

Situ. i h-d about 130 art 
of Vancouver are 


•lawns, planning golf courses Children of the 

; and tennis courts. towns" ofien find cm 

PIANO ABANDONED I Jewelry in the ruins 

The town of L-vwler* had a do, ^ d ho,el * Tw ° ve,( 
population of 30.iMi<j when a M **' K, ' rs recently mx 
gold strike was made mvo dia - ' ,, '** r »- i gn» among th« 
tance off. i* ys uter, Lawler* ” \ long. forgotten p 
population was one. Scavengers hp ** n burm oUt b > 
found a full size billiards table SOME HKMU.n 
deserted In the middle of a At Kookyme only w 

*«*• ^ , drink the water at th 

- mill any, at Bulong. a grand weir and dam, once so 
plamj wo* left behind in the con-, to the prospectors ( 
ceri hall, but a few mile* away, ta told of a tow n that 


nencun 
British 
i year. 


SMALL SIZE 

England has what must ba 
Ihe smallest village in (he 
world. lU population is ju# 
two, which W the minimum 
nect-Hsary to quality a* a 
nmnity. Anyone know of a 
village with onlv one inltafafr 
taut 

IMatlrM. to»-i>Ui 


north 


_ -famous 
Yuclataw RspUls Son* vof the 
wildest stretches of^watJr to be 
found on the PaRftg- Coast. 
They stretch abou^ four miles 


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ISLAND'S POSITION FOOLS MANY 

Cape Scott More West Than North 


By i.KOICt.K NICHOLSON 

V4 A-'* ' people are umler 
^ * the impr»rvsj«,n that 
\atu-ouver Island runs 
north and south; hut they 
are inure than 90 degrees 
out. Instead, it lies west- 
Js>- north west ami east-hy- 
ftoutbeaM: which is not far 
from being due east and 
west. Victoria Ls at the 
eastern end and Cape 
Scott on the extreme west- 
ern tip. 

To illustrate this further: 
though ti»e island is approxi- 
mately 2*0 mili*s long (the dis- 
tance between Victoria and Cujs- 
Scott », Cape Scott lies 240 miles 
to iht- west and only 1 JO miles 
north of Victoria. The -tilth 
parallel crosses the island diag- 
onally from Ladysmith to 
Long Beach. which places 
Tufino on the same latitude ns 
Lulu Island. Victoria is about 
63 miles practically due south 
of. Vancouver The average 
width of the island is 60 miles. 

At one time there were about 
50 settlers in the Cape Scott 
area, hut one by one they 
moved out, and now there are 
none. It is now a restricted 
area. 

MOST WESTERLY 

Thus W inter Harbor can now 
claim to be Vancouver Island’s 
farthest west settlement and 
post office. It is situated on 
Forward Inlet, immediately in 
side the entrance to Quatsino , 
Sound. It* principal industries 
are filling and logging and it 
has a population of approx!- 1 i 
n lately 100 families However, 'j 
this fluctuates somewhat with i 
their seasonal occupations 
It is the headquarters lor all i 
salmon trolling between Cape t 
Cook and Cape Scott. Three i 
fish buy ing camps and an Ice « 
manufacturing plant are kept t 
busy for eight months of the t 
year. It is nls u the base for t 
a fleet of halibut and o>d boats c 
which fish the adjacent waters, t 


Winter Harbor— Vancouver Island's most westerly settlement 

t>h Ing southeast 
i Inlet. It was 

as Alice Ann but the name was Harbor; then small boats cnrrv 

iflict the passengers and freight to 
U points on the sound. 

, There is also a regular sea- 
ay down is plane scrvj.v between Qoatsino 
Sound and Vancouver 
N'KW TERM IM S 

Before 


i rucks run regular schedules 
>ver this short road to Coal 

•arry 


kudu, 1 1 <«tn« 

idian tribe Ths 
eyed in 1860-itNJ 
hards, R.N. 


changed so as not to coni 
with an arm uf the sea with a 
similar name on the northern 
B.C. coast. Half wi\ * 

.leu no Landing, site of one of 
| Gibson BroA * logging camps 
and a copper mine. At the head 
of the inlet is a large paper mill 
and the thriving town «.f port 
Alice, which has a population of 
- abbut 500. ^ 

SCENIC NARKOUS 

Passing tlirough the 
Quatsinn Narrows one 
Holherg Inlet, which Itself ts 30 
miles long and lb's due east and 
west. At the western end is 
Holberg, a logging settlement, 
where a road extends In Hie 
direction of Cape Scott. 

Stephens Bay. locally known 
as Coal Harbor, ia on this inlet 
and from there a 12-mile road 
crosses the Island to Port Hardy 
on the east coast. Port ) lardy 
is a pi»n of call for steamers 
of the Union steamship Cbm 
puny and all mall, passenger vantage of its Shelter 
and light freight traffic comes waiting for favorable w 
In and out via this route direct When they bring in 
fnmi Vancouver. Buses and whale, they frequently I 

there. Inflated by com! 


was com- 

was the end I 
west coast 
nmer run. Now Chamiss Bay 
on Kyuquot Sound is the ter 
^iiius. Waterhouse Steamship 
scenic Company steamers bring in the 
enters heavy freighi and take out the 
pulp, via the nt.»n end of the 
island down the inside passage 
to Vancouver. 

The only whaling station still 
operating on the west coast of 
the North American continent ia 
at Coal Harbor, on a site which 
was formerly- a Second World 
War seaplane base. The plant 
is more than 30 miles inland, 


FAlKltANK-'l Alask. > A N A 
A new ovttrland You'e la 
Alaska that tjhngs the m»dd># 
w*>t and east H 000 miles cloow 
to the far nor# wlU Ix-gtr op«#- 
atlng tills sprftg. 

Shipments tjjat formerly t<.<4 
f#m Cl lira go Is 
■eft tic will n-o« a# 


Six weeks 

Alaska via __ _ 

quire ordy thr# weeks 

The new m#e is a 0ombtne4 
I railroad high wiy system that 
will carry freight north and 
we;-' over C oUdian rail wavs to 
Dawson t r,.-i B.C. TYanafar 
will t*. made I j there to heavy 
ti uck trailers. ILhlch willdravei 
the 1300 mOe Iklaska Highway 
to Amdiorage i|,d Fairbanks. 

The new Jrrang«>:nenr by 
passes Seattle traditional gate 
way to Alaskij. and links the 
largest IS pAnlurtlon rent res 
directly with .ALska consumers 
The route will operate through- 
out the year, o eept fot ^ flight 
let up when t » spring* 1 thaws 
rt'quires lighei loads o t i tbs 
Alaska Highw; Wlntei art» 
ally is the lie# time fc.r high 
way hauling ul north: ther. i* 
no dust, extreiijr cold .’Ives ex 
cellent tract ion #ven on ice and 


Dutilf (EoiOtUBt Victoria, B.C., Svndar k 


ATialer entering Winter Harbor with single catch in tow 


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CLASSIFIED 


LOCAL NEWS 


Telephone 3-1111 


'ESTABLISHED 163M) 


NO. 119 — NINETY-SEVENTH YEAH 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


(iharni and Beauty in City Parade 


Around T 


Fund Drive 


ens 


'Hie 1955 Red Shield campaign for $.17,500 to carry 
on the Salvation Army's work of mercy in the Victoria 
district begins Monday. 

Volunteer canvassers under 
the general chairmanship of 
(.’apt. D. J. Proud foot will con- 
tinue the drive until May 23. 

Andrew Milligan has charge 
Of the special names division. 

Mrs. 11. V. Crowe and Mrs. 

M. L. Bishop, women's divi- 
sion. Mrs Gladys Carrington. 

Industrial; F. V. Ramsdate 
and James Henderson, busi- 
ness; Roller i lllbberson, long- 
range; Doug 1 lari ley, public 
services, and Doug (iron, 
publicity . 

Treasurer i* Charles Brown. 


Mavericks will lie among 500 
HC and United States square 
dancers who will take part 
in the second annual spring 
"roundup", to he held by the 
Western Dance Association In 
Victoria May 1 1. 

Most dancers at the event, 
which begin? at 9 pm. In 
the Badminton Hall on Amp- 
hlon Street, will be from Van- 
couver Island points, but 
square-dame experts from 
the B,C Mainland and the 
state of Washington have 
been Invited. 

Other group? which will 
take part are the Circle 
Highlit, Jean ‘n’ Bonnets, 
Brouters, Beaux and Belles, 
.Nanaimo Tideviewer*. Hoe- 
downers. K a I 1 c o Kickers, 
Broken Spokes. Double D'*. 
Wagon Wheelers, Shawnignn 
32'* and dancers rrom Mesa- 
i-hte Lake. Brentwood and 
Falrbhdgc. 

Callers will he John 
Mooney* association presi- 
dent. Russell Ard and Dawn 


crowning of Miss Victoria, a 
novel dog show and many other 
events. 

CARNIVAL DAM E 

Tickets will al.no be snl<J for 
the motorcycle rodeo at M i • 
dona Id Park during the after- 
noon of May 23; the Carnival 
dance to the music of Tony 
Pastor's orchestra in the Memo- 
rial Arena that evening, and 
bisehall and softball tourna- 
ment*. 

Mr. Hunter *aid the has -ball 
tournament will be held In 
Royal Athletic Park May 22 and 


Proceeds from an appear- 
ance by .Major (ieorge Harri- 
son's Versatile* concert party 
• n Kxqulmalf Friday will go 
toward completion of the In- 
terior of Ihe new hall of Ihe 
1st E squimau Seoul Troop. 

Concert will begin at A p.m. 
In the Ksqulmalt l-eglon Hall. 
■I. F. Carey of the legion will 
be master of reremonlea. 




* • * Draper. A new orchestra has 

The Gingham Rustlers and been formed for the event. 


Vancouver Island and possibly 
Sca jjle teams. Victoria. Island 
and t%riw»over district 


teams 

are slated to appear in the soft 
hall tournament at Central 
Park, where games will he 
played each day of the celebra- 
tions. 

“We have to take a chance 
on the weather," Mr. Hunter 
said "But even if it '.* bad. 
people can ensure future Vic 
foria days by supporting these 
five events well ' 

NO RAFFLE 

For the second nonxeciillve 
year, the association ha* dr 
i 'ded not to hold a car raffle 


Chinook in for Survey 


Pert majorettes and “Miss Victoria” candidates addl'd 
a touch of youthful charm and beauty to yesterday’s 
downtown parade to herald Monday's opening of the 
Victoria Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition. (See 
pages 14 and 15.) Seen here before the parade 


stepped off are, from left, Joan Sloan, Noni Pearson, 
Frencette MacDonald, Doreen Wells and Gladys Boy- 
chuk. The beauty queen contestants rode in open 
convertibles. 


Victoria-Port Angeles service of Black Ball Line Ltd., 
uninterrupted for several years, will be halted temporarily 
after the motor vessel Chinook completes her 2.40 p.m. 
trip today 

Chinook will enter Yarrow?' he drmonntrulrd by Mr*. Bert 
dry dock for a survey b> Cana- I .van* at a meeting of Ihe 
di.«n steamship inspector*. Gordon Head Garden Club In 
who will determine whether the Gordon Head Community 
structural change* are needed Hall at H p.m. tomorrow, 
before Ihe VM«el can he trans- x r «. t ' p a r I * « Seefleld, 
ferted from United States lo Seattle flower «how Judge, 

Canadian registry.' will be a guest. 

Until the survey i* rom 
pleted, owners will nol know' 

how long ihe Chinook will be Result* of Victoria Dtipli- 
off the run. caie Bridge Club recent play 

Move was delayed until ihe are as follows; 1 lllri. Mr?. 
CPK begins .summer service lo Mona Hockley and Mrs. Bei- 
Port Angeles. Starting today • tits Fray, and Mis* Lam.i 
the Princes* Elizabeth and Tingley and Mr*. Lll Tatter- 
Juan will make three round sail; 3. Mr*. Klizabeth War- 
trip* each day. leaving Vic- rend and I a* a Stewart; 4. Mr. 
loria at 9-20 a m., 2 p m. and and Mr*. Erie Druce; 5. Mrs. 

6 20 p.m., daylight saving time. Ethel Cleworth and W. Simp- 
* * * Maikie; « Min Fl 

Arrangement of flower* will Small and Mrs. R. (J. McKee. 


Bennett 

Returns 

Today 


Volicc Escort Turns into Ixoiulhhnh 


Premier A. C. Bennett will 
back in Victoria early 
h>da\ from the federal provin- 
cial talks at Ottawa. 

Hi.* executive secretary. Ron- 
ald Worley, indicated yesterday 
that Premier Bennett was *ati* 
fled with the outcome of Ihe 
preliminary Ottawa lalkx. 

The premier will hold a pres* 
conference at II a m. Monday 
when he will make known his 
views on Ihe laity*. 

Linds and Forests Minister 
R. E. Sommers was due In leave, 


arrive 


Corp. Joe Barlow’s motorcycle called a temporary 
halt yesterday to Victoria’s Agricultural and Industrial 
Exhibition parade. 

Trumpets blared, drums rolled, and the parade 

stepped off smartly from 

beside the F.mpress Hotel. | the absence of 
Kurort Barlow stepped on WM adwrtisei 
the starter of hi* motorcycle. 1 ninth 
Nothing happened. „ attracted a r 

123 exhibitor? 

He kickod tlje *Mr)rr again from jr aMprn 
The only thing that turned was report that Uvi 
the policeman'* complexion. He exceed those « 
turned a deep scarlet as the 
crowd tittered. 

Rather than tramp their es- 
cort ami his machine into the 
street, the marchers marked 
time before the mortified motor- 
cyclist rolled his hike out of the 
way to let them pass. 

And the parade was or^. 

Corporal Barlow caught up 
with the parade slightly later 

FAIR OPENS MONDAY 

Organized by the Junior P a 
Chamber of Commerrp to pub- 
licize the exhibition which open* 

Monday at Memorial Arena and 
Victoria curling arena, the pa- 
rade stomped it? way through 
the downtown nie«. 

All eyes were glued on Ihe 
parade, as a quirk glance 
away might have meant miss- 
ing fhe whole thing. But what 
It lacked In size. It made up 
in quality. 

There were the Eagles’ band 
and drill team*: Elks* clown 
band: Victoria Girls’ Drill .Team; 
some Little League ballplayers; 
an accordion band; a few com- 
mercial float*, and in beautiful ing exhibition 
•'Mi,* VirloriA" ronlPsl.nl, . A 

The girl* waved bravely from |>«-vllx," fnm 
She can he reached at 3-0838 slightly wind blown perches on w||| present 
between 10 a m and noon every the backs of open convertibles afternoor 

day. Blgge?t disappointment was In the arena. 


legitimate." Mr. Hunter sold. am j she made a 
He disclosed that after a weat.-r for her 1 
raffle was canceled last year, ( Christmas) It 
all branches of the association Evan* taking p 
cut budget* by one-third to , K. n It, 

make up a loss of at least $6,000. I n „| , , CJirs to n 
Some branches managed lo save ,,f „ ,„. w 
-•mall amounts of money Auhrv talking • 

The association president |„ Ireland . . . Dot 
stressed that every effort would the -power of a 
be made |o continue Victoria r r « M l( -t| on 
Day celebrations if had weather taker explaining 
"knocked out" events which candidate for t 
would produce revenue provincial Llbei 

He an id. "We would try to M ,,t the actual . 
make up any deficit next year " other name* cat 
Other event* Sunday are a ward . . , Dave 
four hour concert by various help from the 
musical groups at Beacon IIIII Ernest Mrlntyre 
Park, a Welsh song festival In on cigarette* am 
Victoria West United Church, Joan Harding, a 
and a regatta at Willows Beach, own right. Iisw-oi 
Program Monday Includes the the Victoria Chnr 
morning parade, RCN parading Eleanor Duff dr 
of the Queen's Color at the stage discussion ■ 


Unsolved 


ours 


Visiting hours have been changed at the Saanich 
Astrophysics! Observatory which houses Canada's second 
largest telescope. On Saturday, because of daylight sav- 
ing time, visitors will be received Jaetween 9 ahfMT, in- 
stead of 8 to 10 p.m. 

Monday through Friday the 
ohservatory I* open for In- 
spection from 9 a m. lo ft pro 


Service* were held here 
Friday night at Temple Em- 
manuel to commemorate the 
late Dr Albert Einstein. 

The gathering simultan- 
eously marked the .seventh 
anniversary of the state of 
Israel. 


100.000. rrrw members of HMCS 

I Cayuga about $14,500 In small 
Doors open Monday at 6, and puis that was stolen days ago 
the official opening ceremonies j rr , m the ship’s strongbox, 
will tie carried nut hy Agrlrul- Pultee Chief John Blackstock 
tural Minister Kenneth Kiernan gays that Investlgatlona have 
, come to a "dead-end" Into the 

The *how will be open from reported theft in March of 
2 to II p.m. Tuesday through $10.0*10 worth of Jewelry frem 
Saturday. Weekly admission the Rockland Avenue home of 
uses entitle the holder to a a California socialite 
chance of winning many valu- Police have refused to dis- 
able prizes, including a new 1955 dose the identity of the victim 
car. She discovered the valuables 

"Miss Victoria" Will he chosen missing two day* after a party 
hv a panel of five Judge* Mrs. al h, ’ r hnmr - but nn » r *’P or ' 
Margaret Tndd. Ralph Mathew* ,he untU ,Wo later. 


Visit to Victoria I* Included 
In the Itinerary of Sir Gilbert 
I .althwalte, Britain'* perman- 
ent under secretary of Mate 
for ( nnimonwealth relation*. 

Sir Gilbert trill begin a 
I anadlan Pair >1av 7 and will 
visit principal centre* aero** 
Ihe country. 


him: ( Commemorates 
Founding in 1670 


Victoria Aged Pensioner* 
Aftnnciatlnn n»eet* at 2 p.m., 
Tuesday, In Britannia l-eglon 
Hall. 


fe tv J j roup A i ms To Ho Ip 
Handicapped Children 


The IfmlHon’a Bay Co., with iU roots Imbedded 
in the early history of L.iujfuin, uil| fimek the With 
anniversary of it* founding tomorrow. 

On May 2, 1670, King Charles (I of England 
granted to the “gentlemrn adventurer* of England 
trading Into Hudson's Ray," a charter that spurred 
the opening up of Canada and the beginning of the 
Hudson's Bay Co. — the oldest in year* of continuous 
service in the world. 

The interesting history of the company Is re- 
viewed today on Page 3 of the Islander, the Sunday 
magazine section of The Daily Colonist. 


MONDAY. MAY I 
Noon — Tourist Trade 
Group, Chamber of Com- 
merce, Pacific Club. 

Noon — Gyro Club, E.mpres* 
Hotel. Rt HP film «n epic 
journey of the SL Roche 
through the Northwest Pa* 

sage. 

7.45 — Dale Carnegie Club 
International, Chamber of 
Commerce board room. 


Report to the Readers 


Kordel Will Teach Yo 
To * Eat Troubles Ana 


water lung after Wee* had been .ill the assistance he could to coaching 

hauled Into fhe boat. Wee*, frankly advised the Call to the Q 

Wees rsme up here with no f'trnlan m drop his plan* of -j won 
definite plan*, juM to look the making the swim attempt. Harbor 
situation over with a view to Thomas covered about three swimmer 
making an attempt on the mile* in * little more than an The ex 

strait hour yesterday and reported made fl t 

"Bert** been very- good" he later that he felt "like a cause Th 

*ald. "1 don’t think IL would million." . . I are off « 

be fair to him if any publicity He will make hia last exhl- ' mediately 
wa* given me *t »hi* Mage " billon *wlm today at 1.30 pm Five ft 
Thomas, hi* wife Mary, and when he will leave from McNeil ha* been 
navigator Cap!. Hugh Evan* Ray. *wtm past Trial Island apparatus 
toid Wee* *nme-nf t^e dtffieul- Ross Hay. Clover Point, Dallas '"now woi 
tie* nf training and swimming Road to the Ogden Point break A grou 
the «t r -'t water ne.*« men 

The Tacoman, while offering There he will climb into the thing th 


Thomas In action with a view 
to sponsoring bins. 

One donation in the Thoma* 
*wlm fund yesterday wa* a $r 
hill from Joseph Glraud, Room 
22ft, Veterans' Hospital, who 
prained Thomas for "a great 
display of courage and determ 
(nation." 

On The opposite aide of the 
ledger were two "polaon pen" 
letters— the first the swimmer 
tins received since he arrived 
here. 

aid he had 


Interested In your health* 

Of course, everyone Is. But most of ua 
don’t do anything about It. 

Starting next Sunday In The Dully 
Colonist will be a series of articles that 
will enable you to "Fat Your Troubles 
Awav" This Is the title of a new hook 
hy Lelord Kordel. who has made bio- 
chemistry and health Improvement his life 
work 

Mr. kordel doe* not advocate a “diet" 
In the sense of severely restricting your 
Intake of food to reduce your weight. But 
he does tell you what and how to eat to 
Improve your health The Kontel regimen. 
If followed faithfully, will fix your over 
weight as Just one of many health problem* 
To help readers. Colonist reporter Alec 
Mernman will write accompanying article* 
explaining his own experiences with the 
nutritional diet whej-e he buys the more 
unusual food*, and his reaction to the diet, 
When the Colonist ran a aeries of article* 
on nutrition apd diet recently by fJayekird 
Hnuoer Alec lost Jh pounds In a week md 
felt better, despite the fart that he never 
had to restrict hi* estfng. 

He has since continued to follow some 


of Ihe Idea* and hi* w»-|ghl continues to 
go down slowly. He will slart with Lelord 
Kordel at a "healthy" 19R and hope* to 
finish as low at 170 Since he slarted at 
212. this would be quite an accomplishment. 

Lost year the Colonist ran "Eat and 
Grow Younger" hy Mr Kordel, and reader 
Interest was very high. 

The new book should be an even greater 
sucres* since it concludes with a 15-day 
revitalizing diet that provide* a real oppor- 
tunity for everyone to pep themselves up 
So don’t forget to look for the te*m 
of lelord Kordel and Alec Merrt man In 
next Sunday's Colonist 


One man who 
lived in Victoria -for 40 years 
advised Thoma* to rake hi* 
"ugly fat body" back lo Ihe 
‘United Slates The other ar- - 
fused the swimmer of nearly 
causing the death of at least 
two people. If it hadn t been 
for Thomas, the letter Mated 
John Glese. the un*ocre*«fu| 
German swimmer and a worker 
who stayed In the sea for an 
hour on a Iwl. would never have 
thought of going in Ihe water. 1 


That man Chesnut has dope it again' 

When approximately 6 000 people re- 
quested the Beefsteak tomato -erd Ihl* 
spring it seemed like » record that M V. 
Chnnut never would break in hia ’ Garden 
Notea" column. 

But In the past week, an equal number 
have written in for the Transvaal dalatea. 
and the mall still Is trickling In. 

Tw 0 young ret arte* have b#-,f, sending 

out seed* at a rate of l.OfV) envelri— * day. 
The backlog should be cleaned up thia week 


is Bloomer ( 


The training SWjm Maged by Bert 
Thorn** yesterday morning was forcibly 
postponed for some 30 minutes 

Thoma* and hi* handler* had traveled 
by boat from the Inner Harbor to Macaulay 


Point where the swimmer wa* to dive over- 
board. He had nearly stripped down when 
he noticed a serious omission. 

He had forgotten lo lake hia swimming 
trunk*. 


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ALLOWANCE 


Montague 

BRIDGMAN 


Chino • Crystal • (,ift% 

All M rh(,A f )M?I 


Bally OHoIontat Victoria, B.C., s««., May 1, 195s 


From Portland 
For Visit Here 


Q I* It the duty of the per- 
son who i« pouring te.» to put 
the sonar into the gue*t s cun? 

A. Yes; but she should ask 
how much *ugar is desired 


SOCIAL AM) PERSON Al 


Mr. and Mrs Henry Andreae have arrived froan Portland. 
Oregon, to visit Mrs. Andreae s mother. Mrs A D. Macdonald. 
Arbutus Road. 


Christened Today 

Pauline Dawn will be the names bestowed on the three- 
month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs Paul M Beere. 746 Gorge 


Moir A J. Waters this morning in First United Church The baby 
will wear the christening robe and shawl which her mother wore 
at her christening. A tea will be held at the Beere home this 
afternoon for memhers of the family Paternal grandmother is 
Mrs. A M Beere. Victoria, and Mr. and Mr* W. K. L. Farquhar. 
Duncan, B.C. The baby's great grandfather is Mr. R. G. Howell. 
Victoria. 


train 


f /i from 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Lloyd Strickland have arrived from Santa 
Barbara. California, for their annual holiday here. They are 
guests at the Empress Hotel. 


Seaton Opens at Shmcnigan 

Mr. and Mrs. Denis Mason Hurley recently entertained the 
first guests of the season at the Shawnigan Beach Hotel In the 
newly-completed rumpus lounge. Among those present were Mr 
and Mrs. W. H. Whittaker. Mrs. Harold Alexander, Mrs George 
Tallamy. Mrs. G. F. Bollngbroke. Miss Marion Bolingbroke. Mrs 
Daisy Shrlmpton, Mrs. K. E. Perrier. Mrs. Will Moore Mr. and 
Mrs. C. Fr Griffin and Mr Reg. Turner. 


ond 9** ^ 1 

ollowont# <M 

your eld 
watch »tf«l>. 

cord Of . 

bond- 


Anthony Oorgn William (Tony), fivt»- 
month-old son of Dr. and Mrs. Cl. F. 
Houston, 2570 Arbutus Road, will b<> 
christened this afternoon at St. John's 
Anglican Church with the Rev. Canon 


Oorge Riddle officiating. Tony is pic- 
tured with his mother, four-year-old 
•sister. Diane, and five-and-half-year- 
old brother, James. 


The engagement is announced of Marguerite Louise, 
daughter of Mrs. Mary F. Graham, Victoria, and 
Mr. Robert Graham. Vancouver, to Mr. James C. 
Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs H. Moore, Victoria The 
wedding will take place on Tuesday, June 7. at H p.m. 
in St. John’s Church. Rev. Canon G«*orge Riddle 
officiating. Miss Graham has named as matron of 
honor, Mrs. C. Steffler, and bridesmaids, Miss Corlle 
Moore, sister of the groom, and Miss Theresa Graham, 
sister of the bride. Mr. Norman Raye will be the 
best man. — (Photo by Chevrons. ) 


IS ore l Arrangements Win 
Prizes at Flower Show 


Visitor front llollanil 

Mr and Mr* Pierre Tlmp. Fowler Road, have had a* their 
guest for the past three weeks Mr. Nicholas van der Bruggen 
of Sassenhelm, the heart of the hulb-growlng district of Holland. 
Mr. van der Bruggen. w-ho is recognized a* an outstanding 
authority on Dutch bulbs, is purveyor to the Canadian Govern- 
ment. and spends nine months of every year traveling on this 
continent for Rynlerae Brothers of Lisse, The Netherlands He 
has now left for Oregon. 


A miniature lamp post with introduced I Mrs. 
hanging baskets won first prize who offlriailv ot 
lor Mrs V G. Aldou* in ih* The Arrhhlshop after the open- Mis* D. Ashdown 
class suggesting a Greater ing. addressed r 
Victoria point of interest in Mr* Sexton rerelved n corsage Glllan, 
the Cadboro Bay flower show which was presented by little 
held In St. George’s Parish Hall Terri Rennet t 
yesterday afternoon A floral 
arrangement with the inevitable 
seagulls following a ship won 
aecund prize for Mrs. J. D. 

Pite in this class and Mr*. R. R. 

Howland * arrangement of blue 
and red flowers with a totem 
pole and pheasant feathers 
came third A realistic looking 
caddy In a son of blue flowers 
Was also eniered. HO , ( , 

A purple cabbage topped sn | f j 
with sprays of heather and Mrs 
deep red primula fashioned the p p 
novel hat that took first prize mi 
for Mrs. I Osborne. Mrs. G. oral 


H E. Sexton gaard. third Polyanthus. Mrs. 
.ened the show. F. G. Aldous. Mrs. M, France. 

i Three tulips, 

the gathering, one variety. D$le Jones, Col. J. 

1 , Mrs. R. Blake. 

Six -narcissi, one variety, 
Mrs. Sayward Wilson. Mrs. J. 
under a Royle. Mrs. H. V. Hummel. Nar 
marquee on the grounds with rissl. any variety. Mrs. Sayward 
Mr* l**e Kelly and Mrs, EL.T- -Wilson, Mn. Hummel, Mrs. W. 
MacGregor In charge. There D. Osborn Rare or unusual 
was also a phnt Mall looked flower. Miss M. Wall. Mrs. Aid- 
afier by Mrs. A. J Marlowe, ou.s. Flowering shrub or tree. 
Mis* K Hunter, Mr. E. II. Miss M. Hazelwood. Mrs. R, L. 

Mitchell, Major Melville. Collec- 
tion of spring flowers, Mrs. E 
Whittaker, Mr*. Hummel. Ma- 
jor Melville. Flowering plant, 
Mrs, Whittaker. Mr. F. A Mac 
lean. Dr. D Bright. 

Living 


Colwood Christening 

Colleen May were the names given the infan* daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Resvick. Colwood, by Rev. H. J. Jones at a 
recent christening in St. John's Church. Colwood. Mrs. Alma 
Resvick stood proxy for the godmother. Mrs May Williamson. 


<tu r«* 


Attend IV eliding Saturday 

Out guests sf the wwd***^ - A.r> ii- Ac, j u Mis*. 

Beverley Taylor and Mr. James Perrin were Mr. and Mrs. 3 M 
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. E. El Smith, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Smith, Mr. 
and Mrs. L. Taylor and Mrs. M. Durand, all of Vancouver; Mrs 
C. Riddell. Winnipeg; Mr. and Mrs. R. Healey, Moose Jaw; Mr. 
and Mrs. P. Taylor, Port Albernl. and Mr. and Mrs. R. G Merrll, 
Whailey, B.C. 


T>n*~ Le/V rV*/w*r. (7ub are 
holding their spring dance party 
on Tuesday, May 3 at the dance 
studio, Academy of Batlroom 
Dancing. 1012 Douglas Street. 
An Interesting program of folk. 


Fashion's v 
Newest 


Fashion's 

Smartest 


EASY TO PLAY . . 

ESTEY ORGAN 


room arrangement, 
Mr* R. Chard. Mrs. Lyons. Mrs. 
W. Fletcher. Dining table ar- 
langement, Mr*. Lyons. Mrs. 
I Cornish, Mrs. R. C. Baker. 
I nusual floral arrangement. 
Mrs. G. A Wlggan. Ml** Wall, 
Mrs. A. Clayton. Lady’s corsage, 
Mrs. G Penney. Mrs Cornish. 
Mrs. Aldous. Hat trimmed with 
fruit or vegetables, Mrs. Os- 
horn. Mrs. G. Stewart and Mrs. 
J. Harraelough. 

Miniature arrangement. Mrs. 
Lyons, Mrs. D. Dyer. R Chard. 
Small arrangement. Mr* Ly- 
nns. Miss Wall, Mrs. Wiggan. 
Men’s class. Mr. B. Lyons, Col. 
It L Mitchell. Major Melville. 
Flora! arrangements uslnjp tints 
of one color. Mrs. Lyons, Mrs. 
R. R. Cromble. Mrs. Baker. 
Floral arrangement against 
Iray. Mrs. Howland, Miss Mary 
Dunn, Mrs McNeil. Arrange- 
ment of stimulating flower*. 
Miss Wall. Mr* Alrlnu* Fruit 
and vegetable arrangement, 
with nr without flowers. Mrs. 
Cornish 


Return South 

Mrs. W Howlett and her little daughter have left for their 
home in Los Angeles after a three week visit with Mrs. Howlett's 
parents here. Mr. and Mrs L. H. McLaren. 1109 Collinson. 


our w-onderlul new 
select inn of frrshly un- 
packed cottons for 
spring ... the sunny 
styles and bright colors 
that make the season 
gav and light hearted as 
It should oe. Wear these 
carefree cot tons for 
every occasion . . for 
dress up* for business, 
for casual wear any 
where' Designed by the 
famous drevs designer* 
of the day 


Here from Montreal 

Dr. Lionel A Cox of Montreal, research director for Johnson 
and Johnson in Canada. Is spending the week end with his father. 
Harry A. Cox, 245 Stonmont Road, in View Royal. Dr Cox is at 
present on a business trip across Canada. 


Rack from Mainland 

Mr* A L. Blakey has returned to her home on Island Road 
after spending several days on the Mainland. In West Vancouver, 
a* the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Mastenon, and then in 
Vancouver 


An -«•» lo-buv hatrv n, - 4n wl |l 
ij'lt'-kl* Irenme the rr no-* of 
*«v •»! and cultural plettur* in 
tour H«mr, Club. Church. 
I«dce or Orhctlri. Yount or 
old r»«ilt rrr«te thrir own won 
drrlul fnu»»r on ■ mrvlrrn «t»|rd 
E»tey, IVrlrrr prH<»mi«nr* . . . 
permanent tune quality 
, . . alusiji in tune 


Priced To !>1ee( 
Your Individual 
Budget 


Seattle Visitors 

Mrs. B. Burke and her sons. 
Malln and John Burke, have re 
turned to their home in Seattle 
after spending a few days in 
the city. They stayed at the 
Empress Hotel. 


BY FREIGHTER T V;“" 

There is accommodation, singles 
and doubles, on two ships from 
B.C. ports to England. Fares 
from 5400 up, one wav, accord- 
ing to type of ship Accommo- 
dation also available from Van- 
couver to Australia and around 
the world. See deck plans Vic- 
toria to England via Quebec to 
Southampton from 5239 up. by 
passenger ships. 

GEORGE E. WILLIS 

C»mI» Tctccl IUnlr« 

IW!»cm Tf* an* l*». li.p-t 

•»- r«rt»IT Phan. I-4TI* 


From 


M-*. Howland. Mrs. .sir James and l^ady Douglas 
w, CRan. Chapter. IODE. will he neld at 

Susan Earthy, Jacqueline headquarters on Thursday, May 
Nichols and Linda Jones were 5 at 215 p m. 

winners in the D-to-14 years 

rla*.* and Chris Earthy, Bruce St. Louts College Mothers’ 
I»gan and Christo Tschaperoff Club will meet at the sehool on 
In the under eight years class. Monday. May 2. 


Tamil Arranfrd 


bl'T Oiimi-Omi IMt Trill mt 
Tina Oun Mtbln| 


As Illustrated 


GEORGE E. WILLIS 

frartUT llrru Than* ? lift 

■ a I'*" TCA al G*t>rnmanl 


of honor, chose a ballerina- 

length dress of powder blue taf 
lets with overskirt of tulle, 

pleated tulle headdress and blue 
nylon gloves Pink and while 
carnations formed her shower 
bouquet 

The groom, son of Mrs. G. F. 
Button. Quadra Street, ha 1 Mr 
Mr*. W. Ellis Mas guejt Carol Dunn a* hrvt mao. Mr 

speaker at tTie monthly meeting J R. Howrnyd and Mr. E^arl 

of the Victoria Hand Weavers’ Nell were usher*. 

Guild, held recently In the Blue I u ^ krt% of fJflffndl „ w „ rp 
Room with Mrs. Betty Kinnja ujmh1 lo ,i rcoratr S >vb.s Ilar , )or 

presiding Mrs EM®, who is House. s <-rne of the reception 
vice principal of the extension Mr w MnrUo(1 propnsP( , 
s.hnolalLBL explaine, loher , ()ast , n , hp „ rldt , whlk th „ 
audience how the dominion and , OM| !o 1ho ma(ron of h)n „ r 
provincial governments had wai| R , ven by Mr 0 Mnrtlmore 
financed the seh->«> with the wlth Mr Dunn rrspon(Jlnfr 
university providing the In ... h 

st run or* *’ nr , ' 1 hon,, >r T toon motor trip 

' . ... Sflr » Francisco, Mrs Bu"on 

i nurses at the school lnriude .. 

. 1 , . _ wore n bengallne dress of nftvv 

hand weaving, sewing, home .. ‘ .. ... 

, - _ , flue cream flanne duster reef. 

rnartagement. cernmles and pub- „ 

, , , r i natural toned accessories and 

Hr speaking for girls; agrlcul nr ^ 

tural studies, blacksmithlng. a ****** ° r ™ rr “ sra - - J 

carpentry and physical training Dut nf town guesis at the wed | 
for boys. Recently a new course. Included Mrs. R Steven*, 
fisheries, ha* been added. 1 If N, ‘ w Westminster; Mrs. 11 
includes such allied skills as Glover and Michael, Mrs. A 

BJgmore. all of Vancouver 


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ourses 


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by Mademoiselle 
champagne lustre 
violet lustre 
white lustre 
23.95 


‘Double T a /in' 


this is the pale foot look . . . champagne 
loveliest of oil the pale beiges 

. choose it in lustre 

J 1 . .. 

* /ff or regular coif 

jrl\ ^ there ore 

exquisite matching 


"Chloe" 

by Grenada 
champagne calf 
white calf 

1 1.95 


boat building and navigation 

Mrs. Hazel Hodson paid trib- 
ute In Mrs Francis Clark, 
president of the guild, who died 
recently. 

II was derided lo hold the 
birthday tea on May 2X at the 
home of Mrs Violet White. 
Shbwnlgan Lake 


"Starbright** 

by Grenada 
champagne lustre 
pastel blue lustre 
pink lustre 

14.95 


French Quarter’ 

by Mademoiselle 

champagne calf 
navy calf 

22.95 


of course 


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NORMAN T. JOHNSON 


Table ( ar’ 

by Greeds 


champagne calf 


, navy calf 
avocado green calf 

14.95 


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Nurses from points outside Victoria 


„ who will be 

graduating tonight are pictured above, from left to 
right, Louise McPherson. Toronto, Ont., Willine 


and Evans Smith. Courtenay, B.C., Jomn Skog. Cam 


Neu Westminster, B.C., Eunice Cook, Cawston. B.C.. Mrs. 
Janet MeKone, Fort Fraser, B.C., Irene Bell, Caret airs. 
Alta.. Elvira Janz and Sydney Barlow, Saskatoon, Sask. 


rose, Alta., Juanita Roberts, South Slocan. B.C. 
Margaret Prevosf, Three Hills. Alta., Peggy Linn 


By Dorothy Wrotnowskl. Social Editor 
Colonist Photos by Bud Kinsman 


ere mo m 


Tonight Is the big night for the 54 members of the 
Royal Jubilee School of Nursing graduating class of 1955. 
To each Individual in the class this Is the culmination 
of three years spent studying and working with the final 
‘graduation night" always in mind. 

As the clock strikes eight this evening, the M girls 
all In crisply starched white uniforms will enter the 
theatre and fake their places on the stage. 

The exercises will open with a convocation hv Canon 
Owen R Jull followed by selections from the school Glee 
Club directed by Mary Wood and accompanied hv Henry 
Pluym. 

Greetings will be brought from the Provincial Govern- 
ment and City Council before the highlight of the evening, 
the awarding of diplomas and badges hy Dr. J L. Murray 
Anderson, Medical Administrator of the hospital. 

Presentation of the "Robert S. and Patience Dav 
Memorial Scholarship” will be presented by Mr William 
S. Day and other awards will be presented by Mr. George 
Masters, hospital administrator. 

Reeve J. W. Casey will act as chairman during the 
ceremonies and the valedictory address will be given by 
Rosalie Cheeseman. 


A group of the Class '55 graduating class from loft 
to right, Carol Clarke. Abbotsford. B.C, Marion 
Wright, Prince Rupert, B.C., Helen Morrison, Medi- 


cine Hat, Alta., Cathie C.ibson, Robin Grant and 
Joan Bayliss, Victoria. 


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Baskets nf apple blossom an<l Miss Dorothy Herbertson 
■prmg flowers placed in Ccn- bridesmaid, wore’ an Identical 
tennlal United Church created dress in turquoise shade. Yellow 
a lovely setting for the wedding carnations were used In her 
Saturday evening of Beverley bandeau headdress and in her 
Joan Taylor and James F colonial posy, 

Perrin Rev. Douglas H. Carr 

officiated and during the sign- Thr groom, who is the son 
Ing of the register Mrs. F. of Mr. and Mrs J. H. Perrin, 
Wilmshurst played ‘‘Because” ^39 Tel cross Avenue, had Mr. 
on the organ. Lloyd Whittaker as best man 

and Mr. Bob Maine and Mr. 

The bride who is the daughter Fred Kockott as ushers, 
or Mr. and Mrs. R. J Taylor, 

1*6 Crease Avenue w4s given Following the ceremony a 
In marriage by her father Her ^P'lon was held at the 
floor touching strapless gow n Golden Slipper.' The rrfresh- 
of net and lace was trimmed mpn * ,ab,p was centres! with a 
with sequins and topped hv a •flple-tler cake Iced by the 
matching lace bolero with Illy, hide's cousin. Mr. Hartley, and 
point sleeves. A pearl head- b* n **<l by white candles and 
piece Inset with lace held her * ,lver vase* nf yellow rosebuds, 
fingertip veil and she wore the Mr Lloyd McCorquodale pro 
groom’s gift or a' pearl necklace P®»«* the to the bride! 

and earrings. Yellow rosebuds 

for™, -he M.I h-.unue. * J"*" '^'2 


Victorians who will take part in the graduation exercises tonight are pic- 


Don nelly. .Second row. Mrs Rosalie Gower. Gail O’Meara. Gail Champion, 
( **cile Clayton. Bertha Cox, Barbara Shoemaker. Marv Dewar Ruth 
Foort and Josephine Dixon. Back row, Joyce Turner. Margart Laubach 
and Ann Drew. 


lured above, front mw from left to right, Doreen Robbie, Mrs Beverley 
Griffin, Inrraine Irvine, Mrs. Marilyn Cove. Dons Walker, Ann Marling, 
Sylvia Hooper, Elizabeth Fhllinger, Edna Hostain, Ann Maclean and Evelyn 


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Batin Coloutet victoria, bc. s«b., May i, ibss 

Wedding on May 28 

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Verna Cuthbert Becomes Bride 

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Of James Anton at Si. Aidan's 

A gown of filmy nylon neu touched with sequins and j>e*rl* bouquet* were or pink rarna The young couple ate now 
inset with panels of lace was held the bride’s full length ' tlons. residing at 2533 Graham Street 

worn by recent bride. Verna nylon and lace veil which was The groom had Mr. Gordon 1 Mrs. Anton Is the daughter of 
Miriam Cuthbert for her mar worn over the face during the Boyd as best man and ushers Mr. and Mrs. P S Cuthbert. 
riage to James Frederick Anton, i ceremony. A rhinestone neck- were Mr. David Anton, brother 1339 Church Street. Victoria. 
HMCS Ontario. Fashioned lace and earrings, gift of -lhe 0 f the groom, and Mr. John and her husband the win of 
I w ith bouffant floor touching , groom, was her only Jewelry white, the bride's cousin Ring Mr. and Mrs. J. A Anton of 
skirt, the gown featured a fit and she carried a bouquet of bearer was Master Richard j Winnipeg. 

ted bodice with shirred net out deep red roses end stephanotls. 1 Matthews. _ ; 

lining the neckline and extend Rpv j Lyn cierlhue offlcia The bride’s grandfather. Mr 

lng Into short sleeves. ted at the double ring ceremony j g. White, proposed the toast The regular meeting of the 

A bonnet of nylon and lace jn st Aldan's Church which had at the reception held in the CCP U* ke Hill Women's Institute 


/ point of view 

... in )out fiprln* and Suthmer 
tinrolt-' 

• COATS 

• SHORTIES 

• SUITS 

• DRESSES 

• Graduation Downs 


( *^rrs urs I IlnTd i hyai inths and sprays of white I hyocimn.-. ami plum bIo*>»m.‘ "TTer-rTaTl 
Jj MUU 1UIIMIU heather Miss Marjory Vaughan carried out the decorative •* l-» P-m 
-v. . . a played the wedding music. ^cheme and a sit-down supper ! 

Dinner 1V1 <iy *• Maid ot h ° nor - Miss shi ri«y **** served. , . 

J I Bishop, chose a gown of pink Leaving on honeymoon. Mrs 1 ™ 

I he Ladles Auxiliary to the nylon lace over taffeta with Anton was wearing a blue knit j 
Esqulmalt Branch, Canadian , niatchlng headdress of pink net, ( PC | suit, blue topcoat, navy uc | 

Legion, BESL, met recently to touched with rhinestones. Her . eessories and corsage of pink 1 ^|JA 
complete plans for a dinner to banquet was of blue hyacinths roses TfWj 

be held in the legion Hall on j and p i nK carnations. 1 - - - - 1 ^iST 


Mother's Day, Sunday, May 8th 


Monday, May 2, at 6.30 p.m. 


The Misses Edna and Mary 


Mr L, W ; k H , er i Cuthbert. the bride, twin sis- 

nounced that the ladies aux- ’ , 


, - .. I ters. were the junior attendants, 

liaries of the .^uth V ancouver WO re Identical frocks of 

i.Kinnd Dl.triel Council will / over la „ c(1 

meet at Sidney on May 6. Mem , , J nlnW v -, w1 Hh . 


Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sisson, 1746 Lulie 
Street, announce the engagement of 
their younger daughter, Valda Eliza- 
beth, to Mr. Robert Dmytro Yanovv, 
only son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Yanovv, of 
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 'Hie wed- 
ding will take place May 28 In St. 
Mary’s Church, Oak Bay. at 8 p.m. 
Miss Sisson is the granddaughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pearson and the 
late Mr. H. Sisson. Mr. Yanow, a 


graduate of mathematics and eco- 
nomics from the University of Saskat- 
chewan, also attended Royal Roads 
Service College and received his com- 
mission as Sub-Lt. (RCNR) in 1954. 
MLss Sisson will have as her attendants, 
her cousin of Vancouver, Miss Elaine 
Varah, as maid of honor; Miss Marilyn 
Kay, bridesmaid, and Kerry Lynn 
Alexander as flower girl. — (Photo of 
Miss Sisson by Leonard Holmes.) 


V" trimmed with pink velvet rib- 1 

hem requiring bus transports- rhinestones Their 1 

I tlon should contact Mrs. Trace, | ... - 

3 7-173, before May 2. 

Mrs. S. Murray, treasurer, re gift* nr oiktinction 

ported on the successful Stl KjR * m-m Mm 
Patrick's Tea held at the home ROBINSON’S 

of Mrs. D. L. Ludlam and a pi \ 

delegate was named to attend CENTURY ARTS 
the Provincial Command con- IIt7 *. 

ventlon at Prince George. ______ 


“NEW” HEARING 

with 

“CLARITONE” 

Good hrtrlni m*an t of 

yovir.tll and for Uuiln**. »na 
•octal (snub life Renumber r « 
cordi no upkeep. load for • 

Ooati ONLY tU 

Come In for ■ trial or nek lax 
• d.merutration. 

CLARITONE 
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Shopping with Sally 

Shelf Papers 
Can Be W ashed 


Embroidered Psalm 

is 


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See the great show of merchandise imported from 
New York, Switzerland, France and England! TWO 
FLOORS OF DISPLAY AT THE 


BY CAROL CURTIS 

The twenty-third psalm 


Housework seems to get easier a,l i)i«- time. The latest work- 1 1 0-r^OTrr,‘~’, l T^7** ft I 

saver is really n wonder I It's plastl-chr rne shelf lining paper ■ R 

that’s washable >et completely water resistant You ran buy It 1 

In rolls 25 feet long and 13 Inches wide, or in packages containing 
two nine foot lengths that are 12 Inches wide and bordered with b 
two-inch edging You’ll find that this Is wide enougli to cover 3$YsL 

your shelf completely and what la more, the plastic coating will I^ tU, 

prevent any curling at the edges. f ipt U mr* 

If you choose to buy the 25-foot roll, you'll find adhesive At 

shelf edgings to match the paper. They'll stick on glass, wood or ‘ 

ateel and are also washable. d , s 1 1 

The variety of patterns and plain colors is amazing. Tartans, d7(Y ^ * ra frj 

ginghajms. quilted patterns, flowers, frulta, dot*, checks and j 

snowflake designs -all are there *' CAR °^ CURTIS 

The 25-foot roll is 49 cents and the matching edging 25 cents twenty-third psalm Is 

for IS feet. The package containing two nine foot lengths Is also beautifully embroidered on a 
49 cent*. panel of 16 by 18 Inches In dark 

Wrdfttvood Pattern Ovenicare !* ,ue . c [°»s^titch with wheat 

* . . border In gold thread: hills are 

Oven to tableware that has all the beauty of line china Is a , n 5)u| , r | OUfls , n p|l j er b - up 

popular new import from the States. On each piece of glassware ra pi ta4 | jotters in crimson I 
classic Grecian figures in white are offset by a background of , Transfer, color chart stitches 
Olympic blue to create a cameo like effect reminiscent of Wedg- framing Instruction In jattem’ 
wood china. Hence you can lift the dish out of the oven and onto I 

the table where it will add beauty to any scheme. 1 ,. Srnd , Cl?n,s ,n c<,ln (no 

This glass, which Is guaranteed for life against breakage please* for Pattern No., 

due to oven heat, comes In four useful sizes and shapes. The two ■ y° Ur name, address, pat-^ 
attractive casseroles selling for SI. 59 and SI. 79 hold one quart lT. rn *S*“ her *°, C 1 aro1 ^urtis, 
and Vi quarts respectlvelv. A nine-inch square ‘’Redimlx’* cake 7 e aiiy Colonist Pattern 
dl„h i, *1.49. .nd » utility dUh. 12V by 8K Inch.,, the ..me price d . A P rm „' £ on ,^ 1> ^ ue P,,Ce 

l\nr Design in Mixing Hinds The Needlework Guide, 36 

Recently awarded the good design seal by the Museum or 150 knitting. | 

Modem Art In New York, the plastic mixing bowls Just unpacked c ^ ^1,, ^ alr P ,n 

here last week are quite the most practical I’ve seen. Although “ !“• f ^ na " f . ^ auti ^ u| «>lor 

they feel like rubber, they're actually smooth, flexible polythene. 

guaranteed not to break, rust or chip. They have a handle molded ^ ^ rn *' ,r “^ 

to fit your hand and a convenient pouring lip. What's even better 

they can be conveniently hung or nested to save cupboard space. 4 

The colors are green, chartreuse, yellow, red and white and The Women’s Association of 
they come In throe sizes. The IS-quart size Is 98 cents: the 2M- Garden City United Church will I 
quart size. 11.19. and lhe four-quart size, $1.30. Inexpensive, Isn't hold a Mothers Day Tea. In 
It, when you consider that they'll last a lifetime? the church on Carey Road. 

— Wednesday, May 4. at 2.30 p.m. 

ir.il y»„rfn There will he a sale or heme 

Birthday I arty cooWng, a program and door! 

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tntlen. 907 Dunn Street, entertained prize, 

recently In honor of Mrs. Tutten'a mother, Mrs. S. McGregor, — 

on the occasion of her birthday, Mr. and Mr*. C. G. Craig, 
son In law and daughter of Mrs. McGregor, came from Atha- 
baska. Alberta, for the party and other members of the family 
present w r ere Mr. and Mrs. G. Falrbalrn, Mr. and Mrs. R, R. 

McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. O. W, McGregor and Miss Marilyn 
McGregor. 


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A lovely range- of colors, yard 

45-INCH DRESS CREPES— 

All silk in floral designs. SPECIAL, yard. 


2-1125 


36-INCH BUTCHER LINEN— A full range of colors, 
imported from Ireland. SPECIAL VALUE, yard 

36-INCH DENIM — Comes in a big range of plain 
colors and novelty stripes. Colorfast, yard 

36-INCH JAOQMAR COTTON— Beautiful floral ! 
designs, all fast colors. Yard.. 


98' 

89 c 

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kirts 


m sdim, youthful itylmgi 

The long slim look is 

attained in these lovely -kir's 
it Wilson’s Your wardrobe 
will benefit by ihc addition 
of a skirt in iweed. linen, 

doeskin, flannel, worsted nr 
pure cashmere, most in the 
new high colors that match 
»o perfectly with your 

cashmere sweater. You rs 
sure to find what you want 
for yourself, or for Mother* 
Day giving, in skirts from 


sweaters 


iomplrmtnling the d(irt in color anJ style 

You need no Introduction to our choice of fine 

sweaters . . . but perhaps you haven't seen all 
of Ihc lovely new colors now available in si>!r«, 

to match your new sdim skirt. Call in soon! 


36 INCH NYLON CONCHY— Comes in a 
full range of plain shades for blouses and 
dresses. A sheer fabric that will $4 19 
wash well. Yard. I 

54-INCH ALL-WOOL TWEEDS— For suits 
and skirts. Imported from England. 9Q50 
A full range of colors. Yard J 


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blouses 


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2-1125 


a program and door 


guy, cool, in neO’dl shades, loo 

Here's newest, freshest beauty jn crease-resistant 

linen, both plain and embroidered, dacron, 
alluracei in pastel colon, cottons in lovely 

white. Mother will like one. too 


Hr tuir to use oui Convenient Hud gel Plan 


ujtrj lunson 

u t m » t s o 

1221 Cohernmcnt Sheet— Opposite Post Office — 3-7177 


GRAND RE-OPENING OF 

“Glenshiel Lodge” 

— By the Sea — 

SEASON STARTS MAY 4TH 

T61 AF.A TERRACE — Foot of Barnard Avr. 

Off Eaqulmait Bd.. Victoria 


SELLING OUT SALE 


Coats 


Dining and 
Dancing 

Wedding 

Rfcrptlons 

Brfalff* Partira 

Whist Drives 


Hold May 4Ui 
for your 
'BltllM.E OR 
WHIST- 
NIGHT 
ADMISSION 
FREE 

Start* 7..30 p.m. 


AitS — twyni. U 
l 4 *tM I* >n«wn 
niimUj, Mi* s, 
I p.m. AAmUal.a 
•■Ur Ik . . , vr.iia 
mu.lr m.I.AIr. 

. . . B n)»f IL 


Suits 


Credit to 
Established 
Accounts 


WE OFFER FREE 

USE OF OUR CLUB ROOM TO REP7JTABLE 
ORGANIZATIONS 


IMPROVED 
DINE AND DANCE 
Good Orchestra 

RATI KDAY NIGHT 

Couple* with Dinner. $3.75 

Pb.a. l.rlT 


For s ple«Mnt evening 
. . . any week night . . . 
a dine and danr* will be 
In operation. The cover 
charge I* only 50e and 
dining rate* per menu. 


AND FROM NOW ON — 

GIVE MOTHER A COOKING REST— 

V.VER1 SUNDAY AFTERNOON: 

W. VUI nm a Jor.^ family air.n.r .1 n r ir M far *-lc.w rt.Uurafil rau i 
and child ran al half »».n »hl. prlc. Phan* tank rc.*r,.tlon AjnaaT t 
mnmina luia* and rnjery ynncif cm Lh. IwauUrul l..n, tn ih. a'tac- U 
■non. n tha aa«ahor. 

ToaU •hjor «h. OWnoMat bMutirul lavno. and ihnifatwr* ? 

, . . day *c nUM a twauurol op* an th. ahoralnif Oa.r,a. on Ui. f 
•round* In lh* dayUm. and floodln aardm* at niiht u. ih. .train, of 1 
mud with a K* fir* burnln* In lh. ballroom Thu u I 

Victoria'* Monty *pti«. 

IT* one the Nerrrtarr or Manager 

Regmntlng Arrangement foe Any Boris] Event 

TI**t c»a or** Jim r«p*rt Auiaoonc mn pem nnt wmtjfo— 5 
onrtim.' Km* thu od f«r r*f*f«c*.. I 

The Phone No. is 3-2631 


— ALL FINE IMPORTED WOOLENS — 


Dress es • 

Skirts— Sweaters — Blouses 
Hats and Jewele ry 

AT 

DRASTIC REDUCTIONS 






Batli| Colonist Vi ‘« oru - b.c.. w. M« y 1. 1955 23 


Ridotto Realizes $645 


men 


UNSIGHTLY HAIR CAN fftrtXi 
BE A SOCIAL HANDICAP 

Sifter fluous Tiitir ran be removed perm*!* 

enilj by niedn»dly approved method* Phono or write 

And wo w ill mall. io. plain envelope, bnoktet with complete 

inforniation 

Victoria Electrolysis Centre 

HU ( ampbrll Bldg., I0'i9 Dnugla* Si. I elephnne ' * 04^ 1 4 


Highlight of the Spring Ri- Tho Ridotto wa* hold at the Ian Mrs Ireland and Mr* L 
dot to tho *how t ng of color Rockland Avenue homo of Mr. Beddlngtofl. Mr*. H A Blown 

ful lummrr cotton dic*,e* anfl Mr " IWheri W, Richard* convened the *al# of ticket* and 

modeled m girl* competing for under -the auspice* of tho WA was a**Me«l h' Mrs. V r Sin 
the title of Miss Victoria" at ,n ,h,> Eamily * n(l Childrens non. Mr* i\ Parrott, Mt*. A 
the Industrial* and Agricultural s * rv,fp *"' 1 Mr< L McNiven S. C Riaek. Mrs. .1 A Baker 
Fair next week They war# Cory anfl f: Enrhes a* general and Mr- It. R Wilde 

Archer. Edith Downing. Ercti ™nvener* Mr*. Nona Damaijcr The various stalls did * hrltk 
retie MacDonald, Noni Pearson. ‘ n fhar ^ nf '** fa *hion busmen? during the afternoon 
Shirley William*. Helene Smith ,hnM ****** h ' Mr* F Man Mr* W tf Su.rrock convened 
Margaret Dohrocky. Doreen ni * Mr * A w Smith, Mrs G .the homo cooking and u a* 

Wells Manon Keddlo and Diane F«tr and Mr*. R. H Splbbury. 'Isted by Mr*. .1. Alexander, 

Rushton Mrs. F W. Jackson Tea ‘^ved in Iho garden Mr*. F Salter, Mrs T. l-orhes, 
modeled the dresses for the ma wl, h ™ n >' 'bitor* coming In Mr*. A. Poyntz. Mrs. L. M. 
i,im u .nman • from the Garden Tour. Mr* C Forbes and Mrs. O. Peters. 


rangements assisted by Mr*. R vened ihe 


Rnr your picnic . . , 
s round home . . . any- 
where the carefree 
spring weather beck- 
on* -you! 


ANGELA MOTEL 

Ql'IET. SELECT 


INDIVIDUAL 

OKI ( i i i<s 


Children of Ihe Protestant Orphanage 
will lie on hand fo entertain quests at 
the annual linen shower being held oil 
Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m. Tommy, 
aged three; Charlene. five; Linda, two; 
Linda, five: Carol, three, and Lan’y. 


three, are members of the children's 
group being trained by Mrs. F. M. 
Shandley and Mrs. N. Harwood. During 
the afternoon the home will l>e open 
for inspection and all donations of rash 
or linen will tie gratefully received. 


With laced leg or 
plain Lots of smart 
colors 


JUST ARRIVED — REPEAT 
REQUEST SHIPMENT 

FROM SCOTLAND . . . 


MATCH INf 
TOPS 


\ ic tor inn Finds Races 
Resemble Paper Chase 


Carrs Botanj Twin Sets 

PLUjOVER 

CARDIGAN — 


SIIOKTS 


FROM I Vlil.AM) . . . 

Shorties, < 'oats and Suit* for which you have been waiting. 


into *lghf again and were 
cheered in 4he finish line. 

.Something like a glorified 
paper chase. 

But the cnur*e w a* laid nut 
on an oval below the hill and 
we could *ee rhe whole race 
which, involved a gupd dpal cl 
lumping over hedges (both pet 
manent and temporary i io give 
it the no** country spirit. 


We left then, disturbing a 
bevy of bobbies who were tech- 
nically there io direr? traffic 
but who were actually com 
plelcly immersed in watching 
Ihe race through field glas*c*. 


P*D» 


•DavIlKht Saving* »he *•" '*• h»on. r>r.r»o 

table topic presented by Mr*. L. | *he . «f# et ih* »•«»*< n# wrr»«n*n 
S Hemming a' the Arbutus ,c innllntt 

Tnasfmlstre** Club meeting IX5NPON A week end at a 
held Thursday evening in the farm in Bedfordshire gave me 
Aberdeen Hotel. _.__JJlC-OjJpurrnnirv to *ee m> fir*i 

Mr* .1 (f Patierson presided pomt-iopoint races -in facia mv 
and Miss Muriel MrKeown first horse races of any descrip- 
loa-stmlslress. proposed a toast tion 

fn "Spring Time." These race*. I found nut hr- 

Mr* Maloney wa* inducted forehand, are a sort of steeple 
In an irnpre*«lve reremnnv con- chase over Ihe countryside with < n between each went up to the 
ducted by Mr* P S. Brandon hordes running that have hern paddock to «rc the hor*r< being 
and Mr*. Patterson on hunts during the winter. walked around 

The program included an in- The Pytchley Hunt of North- We got tired standing and at 
troductory speech by Mrs ampton were sponsors of the << rsI wished for some of ttwie 
Maloney. Other apeeche* were point-to-point T *aw at Gullxhor- Mick thingumajigs to sit on 
given by Mrs L F. Rush "The ough, with neighboring hums *bon we saw the hark views of 
Three CV; Mrs. H. K. Her. also taking part. * few people silting no them 

"Grace of Gratitude '; Mrs. J.l My hostess. Mr*. A. E Wes', and decided we d rather be rlrrd. 
R. Pi|*es, "A tvuipi Dav in the who has just returned from a Neither of us had any idci 
Life of a Housewife"; Miss visit to Canada, Including some «f how to place a bet and there 
Alice Atkin*. "Sir Anthony time in Victoria, explained that w#Mr s,,rh ™nb* around’ the 
Eden" Impromptu speeches the race marked the close of the wickets that we didn’t try it 
were given by Mrs. J. Petterson hunting season and was a mn ■< u *f "* well w-e didn't, for 
and Mrs. A. W. Sewell and Ml*a Jor social event nay system of picking hor*r* 


SKIRTS 


In I77fl the Inn at Henley 

on Th»nir# »u «« #«>*r<1ln«lv •#! 
MMMurUa ih«i 11 *■> inimnrtali?#< 
hy fh» »r*«i Dr .lohiuon ana »hi 
pt**l Phemion* 


Dainty graduation frocks In 
ballerina or full *OQ CA 
length 


Good Quality Photo Finishing 

In hy 10 ».m, — Out by 0 p.m. 

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Phone < nhhle HIM IS 
From S70 Double, Weekly 


All New Selection 

Boxy style* . , tailored and 

rttevmakrr suits just un- 
packed 1 In llghtwnols, worn 
ted* and other new fahrtes 

£;;r c *1895 


We carry a complete stock of all types of film M; 
white and color film With every V* 00 worth of 
finishing you get two S*7 enlargements FREE 
save up your en\ elope* until w, u have JS.nn 


ELECTRIC SHAVERS 

McCall Davev rarrv a romplete *tock of all brand* of 
Electric Shaver* 

« I NBEAM M HICK 

. PHIMBRAVR RF.MINC'.TON 

RONSON r\t HARD 


(’OATS 


Tastels . in hourlr, tweed* 
wool*, fleeces and basket 

f 5 ST ‘ 25.50 


Every Shaver bough* at McCall Davey receive* 
FREE SERVICING! 


8HORTIR COATS 
from S17.AS 


Mother’s Day 


Prescription 

Optical 


EXPERT REPAIR 
SERVICE 


BLOl'SE,*; SKIRTS -- 
DALKEITH SWEATERS 


LAMRSWOOL and 
— LINGERIE 


PM-uncr i ncoia nor i had any 
idea of what wax going on, and 
I m afraid that we never did 
find out very exactly 

Seems to me that when other 
newspaper people go tn thing* 
new to them, they collar the or- 
ganl/er and get reams of facts 
and figure* for their stories. 

Rut I got too Involved i n II*. 
lening fn the accents of the 

crowds around me on the hitl- 

<lde 'everything from the na<-al 
"Knw, nar»W they’re 

araound 

"Walt heAH my deah 
trying to figure Just what the wax - 
row 


A reminder to 
patron.* who 
wish io send 
candy for 
Mother* Day. 

A box of 
chocolates will 

always rarrv 
a mr*«age of 
love and 
appreciation to 
our Mother* 


If your shaver i* not working 
perfectly, hring it to McCall 
Davey for a check-up. Expert 
repair man in charge at all 
time*. 


Household 

Scrapbook 


Open a 
Jean Burns 
Rudgrt Account 
and purchase 
your spring 
wardrobe the 
ea.*v way. with 
nb carrying 
charge* 


Ditpemmg Opliaam 


2SS V arrow Bldg. 

lForm*ilv P*itu>en»n iu--.| • 

<125 Fori SI 


Terms to Soil nl No Extra 
Cost . . . Liberal Trade In 
Allowance on Your Old 
Machine 


1211 nm r.I.AS NT. Phone S- 9 BM 


coming On# of the hesi elraners for 
• o the aristocratic "’bite nr colored enameled gas 
) and in ! “ ov M Is a light mat of paste 
Allow the wax to *ciiic 
of chaps in checked coats for a few minute* then polish, 
and non malrhlng checked rap* 
were chalking up on black- 
hoard*, i "Those are the odd*.” 

I explained w-isrlv to The-iia, 

•tnd she luckily didn’t question 
that i 

So the only figure T can quote 
with any accuracy Is the half, 
crown I paid for my race- ear j, 
but the following facta ap- 
peared to he farts to me even 
if they're not very enlightening. 

When I heard that the races 
were cross-country. Id had 
vt*inns of watching a row of 
horse* leave a starting pn«t and 
vanish into the distance, leaving 
the spectators with a leisurely 
half hour to wander off to one 
of the tent* < licensed har or 
afternoon tea) before tbev came 


Open All Day Every 
Wednesday 


REMEMBER — If* Convenient To Pav Your Light, 
Telephone and City Water Bllla at Met all Davey! 


BUT — 

STORE 
THEM IN A 
FUR 
STORE 


We lch a 


McCALL DAVEY DRUG CO 


CANDY SHOP 
7 1.Y FORT ST. 


Comer Douglas and Pandora 


Phones: 2 . t S«l 


OLOE ENGLAND INN 


Luncheon*. Dinner* and 
Tea* Served Dally 

Wedding Reception 
Specialists 

Social conveners and club 
'’erretane* arc invited to *ce 
our new facilities. 

A*k about our special York- 
shire Buffet Luncheons. Dm 
ners and Tea* served In our 
lovely Shakespeare Room. 
42 f» I ampton Ml. 2 *311 


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worn spots renewed, slight alterations made 
nr even a romplete remodelling job if you 
desire. This Is the ideal time to have your 
fur* attended to at Victoria Fur Shop . . . 
where yon get safe. rrhsMe rlemntng and 
repairing, plus first - cU<m scientific fur stor- 
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CrOt’STtl hN OF VICTORIA. 7U YATFS 


70 A VIEW STREET 







Saanich Tories 
Attack Secrecy 


Members of the Saanich Pro 
KP'.tslve Conservative A> '.ri « 
lion have charged Ihit fol- 
lower* of national leader George 
f»tew have Imposed a "romn 
veil of secrecy” at party head- 
quarters In Ottawa. 

An association meeting at the 


members of JO years’ standing 
have had their names struiw\ 
from membership records be- 
cause of the campaign to oust 
Mr. Drew. 

Members decided to .>en-l a 
report of their discussion to all 


r A PADRE 
IN PRINT 

BY RKV. WILLIAM HILLS 

The liturgical color in church today is red — not 
because it is May Day — not because of Karl Marx — but 
because j>f two apostolic Christian martyrs, St. Philip 
and St, James 

So let’s have no nonsense democracy” it is clearly evident 
about it. that the interests of the ruled 


In (lolwood (lour! 


Month in Lockup 
Choice of Drii 'or 


Edward N. George. Songhees 
reserve, elected to serve 30 
days in jail after he pleaded 
guilty at Colwood court yester- 
day to a charge of driving 
while his license was sus- 
pended. 

Magistrate A. 1 Thomas gave 


Driving without a license 
brought a $25 penalty to Law- 
rence K. Mansfield. 


Patrick E. Sheppard and hen 
nt th Ross were fined S15 and 
Slrt respectively for speeding. 


I Qaillf (Colcmiat Victoria. BC.. Son., Mat 1, 19S5 

BANDSMEN' 

The 5th West Coast Harbour Defence 
Battery requires several young Musicians, 
especially Trumpeters ami Clarinetists. 
Practices Tuesday and Friday evenings 
at the Bay Street Armouries Army 
rates of Pay, Full Dress Uniforms. 

Phone 4-2912 


Newspaper Advertising STIMULATES BUYING 



So tight Is the scat of cen- 
sorship that ll.C, Conserv Hives 
are n<*t permitted to know who 
Mr. Green ‘Howard Green. MP, 
Vancouver Quadra i has chosen 
to represent them at the execu- 
tive officers’ meeting In Ottawa 
next week.” •aid Mrs Nora 
UiyJ. -WNr A*c*J*V*k>^ mi'.VaU), 


*Wha+ fun ! 

I hear you (earn 
so much -and such 
exerting door prizes 


former candidate*, provincial 
officers and delegates and patty 


ruler, 


embraced the Red revolution 
because the altar lx adorned 
with r»-d hangings any more 
than the < anadlan legion ha* 
joined the Red Army because 
* o m e smart alec < anadlan 
communist * want to exploit 

•h-. zrvm 


The Mar+ha Logan 
cooking school's in 
•town. Let's all. go 
together . /> 


Gus Charles. Becher Bn>, 
and William Katarynych. Vic 
lor la, were fined 533 each after 
they pleaded guilty to careless 
driving Ytu^ges.* 

Acting as a chauffeur without 
a license coat Gilbert L. Slug 
get t a S3 fine. 


Ii wax learned rftif ■H’rA&ttsrf 

FU Is allotted four delrgutoa 
to the meeting, the national' 
executive has not held a meet- 
ing necessary to elect three of 
thowr delegates. Only person 
definitely attending from B.<‘, 
is provincial leader Deane Km- 
laysnn. 

A wire will be sent to h-.nl 
quarters demanding to know 
v\ho the B C representatives 
will be at the May 6 meeting. 


bra nee. 


That, actually, is adding insult Where ywll you, be and 
'to injury. will you fcr doing wher 

It was the total collapse of the church bells ring this day 
Russian front due to the October The Communist will I 
Revolution of 191 ■ which added f||* parades and his xper 
strength to the German offen but he will not In* in Chi 
Alves from St Quentin, against There I* no room for Oo 
the Mosoinn Ridge, the Aisne hi* system of dialectic 
and the Marne in the spring and trrialism. 

summer of 1918 Wi ]l you. b> default, hoi. 

This wave of German power |o undcrmin / ynur , lbcrtlt . 
lengthened the rolls ,.f honor in r soaal order? 
church and market-square. ... . . 

It emptied many a rhair WU! you. like hBTV be 

around ih. family lahK Church th, a 

So much. .hap. tor the -May J uu ,7 
Day hrroc." U-nln. Stalin and o ™ 

Trotsky and tht-ir contribution a 
to the war effort of the Allies In “ 

that First World War. rhl ' Lc! * Dance Uuh 

One of the boasts of the com * 101 ' 1 annua * spring 
munist is that his revolution danw, Tuesday evening .i 
would initiate the process bv Academy of Ballroom Dai 
which the Mate would dwindle 10,2 &»*&•* Sjreet. 
away into a world of peace and A program of folk, seqi 
justice. otdtlme and square da 

Karl Marx placed a great deal W,U bp ^»»ured Interest* 

of emphasis upon this doctrine, s ons are invited 

Lfiui Marx, living under Die 
gentle skie-, of the Iaii.se/-faire ! 

England of the mid-19th century. I 
.never tried 16 think the problem ] 
of government of this classless 
society through to its conclusion. 

History, however, tells the jfflWg- 

story. 

la-nin and Stalin found the n, 

answer In despotism, ami H 

despotism, by Its very nature, 
must use the technique of the 
terror until all opposition la m 

so crushed that it Is unable B 

to rise again. 

BT^B B 
VB ™ 

B B B ] 


COLOR, 

COMFORT, 

ECONOMY 


Hr cordially invite you 
to visit our Booth at the 
Victoria Industrial and 
Agricultural Exhibition 
and see the sample \ wil- 
ing Installations and 
Scores of Beautiful Pat 
eras on display . 


Orange peel is one of the com 
ponents of bay rum. according 
to the Encyclopedia Britannic a. 


r HOW 
CHRISTIAN 
SCIENCE 
^ HEALS 


PUKt BARBADOS MOLASStS 
QUARTS. Pin l S OR GALLONS 


GET YOUR FREE TICKET AT YOUR FAVOURITE FOOD STOREI 


OK VICTORIA I.TI). 
Canvas Good* Since tSHfl 


CFUN 

1110 kc. 
Sunday 
8.15 a m. 


570 JOHNSON ST 


570 kr. 
Sunday 
10.15 a. i iv 


PHONE * TOW 


AVAILABLE NOW 


A FEW VACANCIES, SINGLE OR DOt’BI.E AT 

THE GLENSHIEL HOTEL 

606 DOl'tiLAS STREET - Phone 3-6X21 

A quiet restful, better-class residential hotel, catering 
especially to retired people. Comfortable rooms with 
meals al their bo*t. Plumes and hot and cold water in 
all rooms. 

INSPECTION INVITED - REASONABLE RATES 


HO-HUM! Is today 


Garden fresh vegetable* . . . pea*, 
bean*, corn, all your favorite*, picked 
and packed at the height of the *ea*on 
for your enjoyment, now. Just try 
Malkin'* canned vegetable* and you'll 
agree, they’re the be»t you ever 
tastedl And for a deliciou* aniwer to 
that quick lunch problem, try Malkin’* 
Pork & Bean* . . cooked to perfection 
the *pecial Malkin * way. 


well, it's not MY worry this time! 


of your grocer’* now ! . . • 

you’ll find all Malkin t Family of Fine 
Food* at tpecial money-»aving 60 th 
Anniversary prices. Stock up for 
grand eating, great saving*. 


WISE WOMAN! Why should she get 
all worked up nnd worried just because 
it's moving day? She's turned the 
entire job over to DOWELL'S CART- 
AGE AND STORAGE, and she ran 
afford to take things eafcy because she 
KNOWS her finest furniture, her most, 
treasured belongings, are safe nnd 
sound under the watchful rare of 
Dowell’s Moving Men! Here's the 
recipe for L E I S C R E L Y MOVING 
DAYS: 


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Batll| (Polntttfft Victoria, B C.. ,W, May I. 1955 


Different hit >as 


se C ustom 


Hutmrtt f tlntththmd IHH9 

Mniitrri 

Toronto M,m ^ I irhingt 
Montreal Sunk l.uhanrv 


Finds No Fortune 


■sal Tru*, tlmMinf . MT View Street. Victoria. ft C. 


20A 10 JONES BLDG. — 7*3 FORT ST. — 2-9 


of collet'. lea or cocoa ha* 
* h o vy n exceptionally wide 
chances over the past few 
>ears" and is an outstanding 
example of ‘'market lfislabili 
ty." it said. 

IMI*ORTANT CHANGE 

■ .'tMie. imasm-oi! i»tfper*ma 

from the Rank of Nova Seoita 
jLAftWJA monthly review for 
'.V(jr -iV.*njit**Ri.Oj'4*ry behind the 
YJrTce 'ol rhe hrew that ’used in 
cost a nickel and still does if 
you look fa r enough — ranks 
with such other primary com-‘ 
mod I tics as rubber and wool, 
since the Sec«md World 
War coffee has shown by far 
the largest net price increase 
of the three beverages, “with 
three distinct upsurges aud 
only one significant decline,” 
and with the drop dating 
from the second half of 1HM, 
the hank said. 

It sflM Hie "higher relative 
price positions of the three 
commodities |« probably due. 
for the most part, to the great 
change* which have occurred 
in the conditions of production 
since the war.” Suitable land 
has not heen readily available, 


more than about 40 per cent. 

In the caae of MacMillan. 
a , p however, the retained profits 
have been put to good uae in 
• lie financing of new plants and 
equipment, notably the Harmac 
Mill at Nanaimo, one of the 
River larp, '* , bleached sulphate pulp 
mills in the country. 

On the assumption that even 
tunlly these out-of profits invest 
mrnts are going to pay off 
handsomely in dividends, then 
the longterm investor may 
think MacMillan ar the presect 
market level is a better propose 
tlnn. 

Yet there |« no guarantee that 
a MacMillan any more than 

Algoma Steel, which has never 
paid a dividend, will alter Its 
dividend pulley. The share- 

holder In I he long run Is likely 
to get tired of the company 
The question 1 have been that is eternally plowing hack 
asked in this Instancy is the majority of Its profits an^ 
whether Powell River at MM that in itself may he a reason 
is likely la he as prudent an wht MacMillan *tm k looks 

investment as MacMillan A attractive at |t.s $3,1 level 
Blued* I nl $.13. Despite the more liberal 

dividend pnllrv of the Powell 
The answer ,s no, rax-, la- River . ompanv. it ». slgnifi 
ause the two companies have 1>Bn| |n , h<> Hth| 

I. ferent nw-rplinns about ye.n, the caplUl appreciation 
vhat the shareholder* should nn , h „ „ h . r „ nf , h „ Kvn 
ake out Of the profits, and p(lnl e, h(l% mhftu{ , h „ 

iha, should remain in *he com- sbw 

>any for development put poses. In ,q, 7 PoUr „ RJvpr wa€ vi ,. 
Powell River makes n nracioe in? around 5-tfl Later It was 
I paying about bO per cent of split three for one. so that the 


< nl. uust Business Editor 

Studious investigator* of B.C 
Investment possibilities 
usually drawn to one or oiher 
of the larger companies within 
the province, and two of fht*m 
in particular are 
' Powell 

and 

K'. | 

i + ' w < I i ni.i'i i ?cd 

K l y outfit the 
former v. i r h 

• mo.Sf of .1 lTv;i 

^nfek. . in the rvew-.pi to. 

■ ^h.sk.o, 

other w 
much wider 

spread of general forest and 
forest product activities P.oih 
have done very well Indeed by 
their shareholders. 


wruntss avsociatio rat nn auaiaua 
or CAXADA AND AMLBICA 

cat niT a.so n asossn arruma — cot lacriosa and 

iUntlMlM* 

BKKVIINO VICTORIA ■ Rt-aiNKSfl AND PROt 1JVMOISAL MEN 
SINCE IBM 


GLADWELL MAN 


VEW 7-SMTK 

APARTMENT BLOCK 

VI \ \R|>N PROM Rl ICON Itlll I* VRK 

tie* Oll-O MaUr bill ••<rr hra'in* lUM.n.vl floor* ln«»r 
*• 1 , *a ■ all ran**'* on ihr uppr. On r hUw* to p,« park an <1 
U v dlXaiH* to |o*i in. Puil *m*nf Ri lldjrie- Will 

• O', on -apl'al inrrai ■nrn< ft t*K aim.ial prini'lpal rafisonant 

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HAGAR & SWAYNE LIMITED 


Most countries celebrate Iheir New Year’s Day by 
whooping or by feasting. In Burma, tradition allows 
people to go aiound Housing one another with water, 
and few restrict themselves to a mere sprinkle. When 
Prime Minister Nehru of India and Gamal Nasser of 
Egypt were in Rangoon as guest.* of Prime Minister 
1’ Nu. mine host took advantage nf the occasion and 
thoroughly doused his guests Here, U Nu. centre, 
is ready to let go with a bucketful of water at Nasser, 
while Nehru, left . who has already been christened, 
is enjoying the spectacle.— (Central Press Canadian I 


PRIVATE MORTGAGE FUNDS 


WE HAVE AMPLE FUNDS ON HAND FOR 
MORTGAGE LOANS ON RESIDENTAL. Bl’SI- 
NESS AND COUNTRY PROPERTY — IMMEDI- 
ATE DECISIONS — CURRENT RATE OF 
INTEREST. 


P. R. BROWN & SONS LTD. 

17 BROAD ST. PHONE 4 7171 


FRANK KNIGHT 
Parts Dept. Manager 


Golden Gate 


Gillespie, Hart & Co. Ltd 

JOHN HART. Pretident 


holding is now 


origins 


r<* H" v.«f n>iu». Micm (i j.r»«piom. pimi enpv ft.. t Prank Knight. Part* Depart- 

m y rt* merit Manager, who hn« heen 

Martin) *17 41 ) mm .« }a m "' » T*m P >tmnhi »|nin M m With GladWCll S for the past SIX 

arRJ , VJ!2;,, - y-«r*. 

H.Tr» l ii"ci’rft*, tt-an. rtri-n a„.h Prank got ht« sun in whole 
ea*<»i Hour DtiiuriiM Yn„ Ouuh o»u automotive part* in Wipnl- 

n«ll» dnublt oald |»0 Ml ... 1 , , .. 

i: mi it m nan Third Ra.. He hn* served in the PP 

if «* * t" r-mpr nav iBiahrri u»n m* iiw C.L.I. and has seen five and a 

4 I ft Clftif* Dtu her innhenkni iM L )0 . .. . 

Tee Vee ,V%n Mnnl , J h*lf VMK nf OV^rSCSS JACrVlCT 

Al^rj D»a>4n Srt» rtr*t AerVfO. Klft- Time. 117 l » ^ . ... ,, 

% | rl. HBPfnvef i aerie* Dinner Ai*« -bd Candv llni. Ann M4fl» Now «PtllPn jn VlCtntiJl With 

**riT rth* rT.T* hi* W ife and son. Prank is keen. 

}JJ **** Star ^Cwmai f Ruah. I44M 111 M> »« Ml l> lntere«sied in Die sport of 

* " eurling and also enjoys horse 

* w Tim* t n shoes a* a pastime. 

m AUo tan Manrv a n#lifht Painlit 

iv>n r n J|B1 Ra'Ua anal# Hop* h* t»u« Thtough Prank's experience 

OVERNIGHT ENTRIES JKZ sm..h. | 7 «om<m»iio and knowledge nf all Pord and 

nr*-. « n*»n M»rri»*r • « v> i jn P.ngli«h car parts Gladwell * 

'*m« 148 a, ‘* " h * , ‘ ,n Bl v# an unexcelled 

aim ran Nnm « ip» Tun* «u» »t«r( service fast and courteous, and 
MnnVv Mn " B W ” 8,rn hlBhlv satisfactory. 

rv"n‘ R U *"‘ r,, .Th.m.. . IIU 4 UPP 44 Call In and get acquainted 
n»r»in» iCot' * mi 4 »o with Prank Knight, the man he 

1 *T«m* nu.| M,m " 1 M the superior service you 

Al*n ran SailM A»a» It'a Hit U*a jjet when YOU drive in to GI.AD 
’“iM.'" Wtl.l. MOTORS LTD.. P.n 

jn.iai ii» ns »s n« 43 mi dora at Quadra. 

R~k Pllr" Bu*h 1 Ml IN 

O-jnrnd Van Mmh J 4S 

Tim. I 14 4-1 

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Chan'nn ’Uaanrri X Ml 3 an 

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Tima 7 an 1-4 

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Attn <*n Onldan 
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run. t 77 4-» 

Alan Man^ng'ina Anaitn* Ynui 
Pijrr Sp.»d B.lt. Tanut 

N# 41 

Bxond Rart: 

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Pa- 1 |P>ci» 1 R.dntll ' II 4 

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Tim. ' 41 J V 

A!*.} H»3dro Mr»if| Bra- » F 
CalUnmun N A- Tallin Au* -al.ar 
Roman B»r r*t Tnritn Miatura 
Via a 

tiail. d— jtil* paid *74 in 


Prospects Sim ilar 


INSURANCE • REAL ESTATE • BONDS AND STOCKS 
BUILDING LOANS • MORTGAGES 

CAR FINANCING AT ft% 


In 1917 you could huv Mac* fhal over tl 
Millon "B* about ^ 10 . and the Millan look 
*A ahnut S7 The^e stock* lha 
f" A" bring always changeable 
Into "R"i are now worth $31 
So holh--Pmve!| River 
MacMillan Rkvdel have va 
more than trebled the ra| 
value nf their storks In 
right year period, 

Of future prospects for the fnr 
firms, there Is also a similar- 
ity. I'owell River Is aitoiil to 
Install a ninth paper nmrhlnp, 
and through its Mkper cent- 
owned subsidiary KHImal 
Pulp *nd Paper, it may he in- 
vnlsul lit aotdher lirt,r umier- 
ta’oliR In ihi altifoioom city. 

MacMillan's future expansion 
!« chiefly on the west coast of 
Vancouver Isl.ind. where in re 
tum tor new foie>t agreemen’s. 
is i* to build another pulp mti 
In the Alhernl »tea. 

Also In the A'hernl area Mac- 
Millan .x planning to set i p a 
newsprint mill one of the few 
aspects of force, industry wtttch 
*o far it has not tackled 
In the r!reum , 't*uces 
would be a bold man to 


Tn-if P»ir. lUd Cnndurt 


T>e*fi»r i 

m»n 


Crude nil production In West- 
*nd ern Canada Is growing ton fa«t 
uhi-r for the existing markeis ^nd 
pitil according to W O Twaits, vice ' 
the president of Imperial Oil. thl« 
prohlern l« likely to continue 
ie years, 

Twaits estimates that 
lilts year the daily production 
will he ahnut .Ttn.nnn barrels, 
of which IIH.onn barrels will 
he used In Phe prairie pro.-- 
In res; Kfi.non barrels through 
Trans Mountain Pipeline, and 
the remaining 124.000 barrels 
eastward through Inter pro- 
vincial Pipeline. 

Again*, this, production ra 
parity of the western Cana 
dian oilfields wa* 420, W bar 
rets In 19M. and fhi* is ex 
perted to he raised considerably 
this year so that about a fifth 
Is left over 

By 1900 Mr Twaits helieves 
the capacity production will he 
1 , 000,000 harrels a day while 
he the visible market may he only 
say 550.000 barrels 


S4>AftlUhM9 IBID 


■ DmtUoti 

* Ron* U>i*l T'mr I 


('nnmlinn Govern men Municipal 
and Corporation Securities 


Mu* and t *i 
IHnnWfp R lit 
lotnn- H»e'« 111 
faltsm lit 
lnih. -*nn 'n. 

MM 1 IB 
r • It nu 114 
M.r<-h r Mr. til 
riand I IS 
SI* lilD'-nt* 

On Ou’t til 
J«T.r«nt | | S 
(Ini'). ft V.l. DA 
|ar4*r D.T.I I IA 
H.niv Rftvthrm 114 
lith.lil 117 
tt* n* Oaf til 
SikrKIR.hr 117 
Si* turlnnii 
A P.nn«* Kli.r MB 
r»fl.n*« Cnonl 111 
VtT.X Ml 
O.T.nTft.r Kin* 1)4 
A-Kn*r» 


Wood, Gundv S: Company 

Limited 


ft 12 I let* 

I irtnni). H.r. 
Te/rpA««a 2-4261, 


um. Lime and AUbasHne, 

C<nad4, Limited 


-l. nio*« Rl*.r Ri,r 
• V.**» Nnir r*, a*r'l, 


rnucri to announce the 
of the ai*et» of 


The solution is not In extend tons 
the Interprov ln> tal pipeline 
farther east to supply the big 
Montreal market for “this move 
would make necessary sharp 
redut ttons in the western Cana 
di-in wellhead price to •■om 
peri sate for higher transport 
cost." Mid Mr. Trails. 

Already I anadtan wellhead 
priees are 22 cents a harrel 
lower than the l'.s, nr \ ene- 
vuelan prices. Further It 
would cost 7ft cents a harrel 
to place western crude in 
Montreal against 27 cent* 
for crude from the Gulf or 
A encKiiela 
Mr. Twaif 

the over supply feature to dis- 
appear entirely in the longer 
term even although 
generation Western 
oil reserves ma 
ono.onn bgrrels and 

ino.nno.owvonn banvis 

tar sanda. 

By that time the expected in 
rrease in the"U S. and Canadian 
con*ump»ion will he Wi per cent, 
or about 12,000.000 barrels a 
day. 


AlreaHv the largest producer* of lime for 
•ale m (Canada, this move permits us to 
evtendojir services tolhe paper. steel snd 
rheuural industrv in British Columbia. 
Our a**cK-iation« of msnr years with 
the Construction industry and our 
experience in the manufacture of lime 
for the building trade e»ill he used to 


increase the service offered inHhls field. 

This etpansion demonstrates our 
confidence m the continued growth 
and development of Industry on tha 
eat Coast. As a wholly. owned 
Canadian rompinr we plan to plar 
our part in this Industrial future in 
Hnti*b Columbia. 


Retiring in June from hi* post o 
a* final arhiter nf taste for 
nearly all brand* of whisky pm- r > 
din ed hv Hiram Walker-Gooder- ’ 
ham and Worts. Is Thomas If *< 
Gibbons, of Windsor a vice pre«-i *, 
dent of the company This week 
* however expect* m>»te 7han‘2.Vi sales and manage r. 

ment executlyes of the ftrm 
gathered to pay tribute to the -o 
within" a man whf » ha* tasted the palat- n, 
Canadian nf the company'* produce o« 

n*e to 20 . 1100 . for fo*ny years. 

another * * * 

from the R s Mono nf Calgarv !• ei 

the new president nf Rums v' 
and Co. I.ld. Me succeeds 5] 
R 4. Dinning who has been *• 
presptent for 12 >e«4rs and r , 
44 hn Iisa retired. %lr. 'lunn t- 1 
ha* been with Bum* for 10 ® 

> e»rs. and for the pant IK has 
Consolidated Nicholson. Tiran iu*rn genersl manager. 
tum producer in the Reaveripdge * * * 

aiea reports that tt* ore ship A. L. Lawe* ha* retired a« 

ments to the custom mdl F:i pre«ir|enf of th<r Montreal Ship 

Dorado stopped April 7 through P |n 8 Company and hi* place a* 

poor ice condition*. ^ has been taken h\ H V, a! 

Mining will continue a f 1 200 Knowles former senior vice 5* 


r»«A.n ia* 


GYPSUM, LIME AND ALABASTINE, CANADA, LIMITED 

TORONTO 5, ONTARIO 


Belmont 


GEORGE JESS IP 

|i# Harry Foster Limited wish to 

• )e announce that George Je**up 

N... c r*. Dam ha " i n1n ^ f heir real estate 
.r«rts rewtatar. sales department. 

HIM IB 3A >4 M N,f »° 

iw 4 a* *er\e all hia many friends In 
, * 1 any real estate transaction* 

■ r v*of«iifan pui. they mav he contemplating. ••• 
if HI an fit Pl*<- r » 


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f o/|pr> . 4hn. 
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ffr-palar, Ont, 
Mi linn. Ont. 

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Montrwml. Qtt* 


faWiwia, Ont, 

f a/fev, Attn. 


Huron & Eric — Canada Trust Appointments 


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MlUTar tin 


xr. ...... ■ uv R p Walrod has been ap 

g\ • I 1 | v | pc.lnted general manager of 

UUlCklV HOlISCd BC Tree Fruit* Ltd the 

' *> Okanagan agency which nsndle* 

Saanich firemen quickly ex- fruit saiea He take, the place 
ftnguiKhed a small fire Friday of A. K Loyd who ha« resigned 
ntgh» at a garage on Dougla* owing to ill health after h&v- 
Stieet between Atderster and tng been manager ainee live 
Cloverdale. company wa* formed in 1939 


nun 


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Aar.nSar* 


J D W IIWH4 G. G. Whitaker 

The Huron A Erie Mortgage Corporation and the Canada 
Trust Company announce the appumtmentj of four senior 
offlcfjrs 

J D Wilson, manager of the Vancouver office, ijnce J932, 
la appointed assistant general manager for Brtttah Columbia. 
Mr W t toon will supervise and direct the companies artlvltiea 
throughout the province retaining aa well hia position aa 
manager. Vancouver 


Is. R A bbr>4l R l lay ton 

<; E G. Whitaker, manager of Victoria office since IMS, i» 
appointed a*«i«tant serrefary at the companies Head Offir* 
In London Ontario. 

D R Alvhoft. presently asaisiant manager, estate planning 
division. Toronto, succeeds Mr Whltsker aa manager. Vk> 
tor la 

R Clayton t* appointed assistant manager In Victoria Mr. 
Clayton has been a trust officer. Victoria ntnce 15M9 


B.C. Electric Co. has had two engineers at the 
federal government's atomic power plant at Chalk 
Kiser for the paat three years. 

A. E. (Jraurr. president of R.C, Power C’orp., 
holding company of BCE, told shareholders that this 
step had been taken to keep the company abreast 
of atomic power prog re**. 


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WJB'4DCE MV SOCIAL UFE 

—usrtw.Ruoy 


SLPTEMBEfcSWTW MAfPEMS 
TO U MAK160A0 & CDHTMA 
BL&DttttNEJt -THAT { 
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\ HER A LECfTiMATE 
iVi BUSINESS EXPENSE / 
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TO MIS RTXJM AND MArf* 
A LONG DISTANCE CALL-. 

COLLECT. NAT UAAu. V ! 


Daily Astrolo 


\ ictoria 
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Gels Job 


BY RITA DLL MAB 


SUNDAY MAY 1. 19*6 
Today's quotation "A% 
a man Mand* In his 
ay. everything seems to l 
Is way.” Thorenu. 
Sunday lor everyone; H 
id have fun today. £ 
>me extra conviviality, , 
illowshlp. See someone 


NiivNUtwi 2! 


June 2 


??-HCV.? 


to wkar we errs 
A RCAU-V LONG 
HOT DOG -MAMMY 
yoKUH'srr ^ 


NO MATTER HOW 
. LONG MAMMY * 
YOKUM'S KIT DOG 
IS~ AH 'LL MAKE , 

ONE LONOJLA.7 1 


??-S SHE GOT 

US LICKED//— 
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WHAR VO'-ALL 
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' #OG* TO 0O~ / MINDS". T — V 

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NINE TEN 

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TWIOTBEN'-' FOUI?T«N 


*WOO£U.'#fi UP t> fOltWTBtf, 


May 21 to June 2n iGemli 
Spend >'"iir day happily wi 


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KWCCwgiLONSDO 

S'AVTugygcOUMnM/ 

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96 ROOM IN ft* 9CW.T RtR m 

HALF ft* CiOwO. _ 


W inning Contract 


By Howard Srhenkan 
and Richard I. Frey 


n hit. 

June 21 In July 22 i 
Contact nearby p«?rK< 
rhums Hold opinions, 
open to revision 
July 23 In Aupuat 22 
!• Ind pleasure in the » 


Rome 


pursuit®, Try to full heir 
xonie Iteneflts. 

Aiofti-d 23 to .September 
< Virgo) He the key flcure 


niiiop. at tm* navy 
station there and 
falling mi the i nwi 


f A TOAST, mu. IORJY. 10 CUR LASrl 

MQRT wKE AK> A LX^fWX J 

TOUR A 9HOAO tCB 'CAarCV — <" 

^ CA 3 \i<fX££\‘ irf tgp 

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NCU SAY THIS 0L »OCMA<'JDt 
S AN EK-CON HAAA*P 
SVAKE CA T TAN. CO IOjS 
TU'MC UE KACWS 

a0ojt tus rcipf rev-t 


ru SAY 6000 NI6K1*/ 
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thieve seren 
nd by whole 
sensible r«tu 


tty and peace of 
some living and 
tine Find privj> 
October 2.1 t. 

l Srorpln) - Get 


lake the sailor** mind* off the 
jnh, 


»lth only North-South 
Tuloarahle, the blddinc 
bu *rme> 


ivember 


NORTH EAST SOUTH 

Dbl. 14 7 


y stimulating, friendly people 
November 22 to December 21 
S.igglttarlusi- Prc5<*rve your 
0 <Nl Afanding with parents and 
ersoru you esteem La- de^wn 
able, miHlerate 


that abould South do eith 
each of the fol loving hands? 


a* ' CLASS/ CXJt? > 
SUPERINTENDEHT 

has cavsvr/rzy su*tprised 
^ US WITH A VISIT * . — - 


50 ru PICK ^ 
SOME HARO PROBLEMS 
AT RANDOM . . . AT 40 SEE 
HOW SAAART you ARE/ 

ARCHIE /PUT 

S* -r this on 

r r ^ V THE BOARD' 


•Capricorn)- Seek 
•Umulus. Spend ti 
Inlaws, aoi lable 


THAT'S THE WAV 
SHE REHEARSED TT 

WHEN WE HEARD YOU 
T. WERE CCWlfYG/ 


January 20 to Febi 
(AquariuKi — Allot 
equally If cost® sir* 
bankroll, Let com pan I 
league* pay their wav 
February 19 to M 
(Pisces) — 1 4*1 other* 
pace, ro -operate with 1 
best TTViultS. Promote 


ross 


Planning al 
entertainment, 
May 2. 11, 16, 


OKA* 50 YOU CALL T 
THE POLICE / WVWT Attt . 
TV6 CHAR6EA 60M6 1 
► ID PE — THAT he aupf 
sou FALL FOP A PHONY 
CANCEC CURE 3 -r-4 


NO. CIO’ TV JOfT y 
604*46 TO FOLLOW . 
.TMeOUCH WITH A - C 
5UG6E6TICW MATE 
. some TIME too 0V 

b- DP- MLIR6AN / 


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avw wm*le r step mo 

THE T4V6RW RTP A UTTli 
r R£FR£5«MLST/ 


TW£ PBPFE5$OC DCNT 
DULY MAKE A FOOL Of 
VOV MC. HAPPER- lC 
( MA« ONE OF ML / j- 


niiotaih. 


’ favorable esjM’eially 
Ive amt executive ae 
cduiMtinnal Intercut*, 
onferring, trip® Heia* 
some fun thlft rvrnlnp 
or youj- btrftidntr and 


WMAT 6 
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LAgJ?Y 4 


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BE evWT 
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The - 
Stnooth 
chewing 
wakes • 


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Da tiu Culmitsi. Vufw.., • C 27 

Sunday. May 1, 1 VS 5 


Ontario Lands Ailing Cadet 


Grandmother H tt.s Svm 


n^it* squadron. the destroyer 


The hai*er *enl a note to 
my father and aaid he w»> 
tery interested to know the 
yacht wa* a < anadlau one, 
and he would like Mr. Huns 
muir and party to ronie on 
hoard his yarht. This they 
did. and the Kaiser was very 
rharmioK, and surprised 
them all hr his knowledge of 
British < oliiinhla lie knew 


(ieo. Leith and Llovd G. Watkins 


ANNOUNCE THE 

OPENING 

MONDAY 


all aboul the fishing and 
hunting, and he said his great 
ambition vs as to is true out for 
a trip. 

“As my father's yacht left 
the next day, the Kaiser stood 
on his yacht to watch the Do 
laura leaving and called out: 
'Don't feed the fishes nn the 
way over and give mv love to 
Georgie.’ 'Georgie' was King 
George V'. There was no love 
lost, as everyone knows, be- 
tween the twn cousins." 
WEEKLY VISITS 

Mrs. Hope recalled when her 
Grandmother Dunsmulr lived 
for IS years, a widow, in Craig- 
darroch Cajjtle, 

Mrs. ilo|M* said of her 
Grandmother : "She was a 

wonderful woman, very hard, 
brave, stubborn, tapahle — a 
true Scotswoman. Me always 
looked on her m the very 
backbone of the family.’* 

Of her lather, Mrs. Hope said 
that he was the very ideal ol a 
father, and terribly shy, despite 
the fact he was premier and 
lieutenant-governor. And al- 
ways. she Mid. everyone knew 
his word was as good as his 
bond. 

Mrs. ,T. K. GodmanHnlrodured 
RuMiell pot> •! 


Ikha ill a cost o( STY 000. It was 
M Do .iglrt- and View, where 
Eaton - * is today 

Mrs I Io|m* told this story 
when she spoke at the lives of 
I cr grandpatenls. lion. atftl 
* '< - I'.-'iv i ■ I tiins.'iiiir and her 
parents linn and Mrs lames 
Dunsmulr. • v* 

She traced the romantic story 
of bird work amt fabulous 
w»*a!th frrm its beginning »o 


um'wmmmm of Vancouver island’s 

Lloyd ft. Watkins, Principal NEWEST, MOST MODERN 

Sixteen years teaching ex 7 

?rr business school 


(ieo. lyHth, Manager 

Practicing accountam. eight 
years' instructional 
expet ience. 


ROBERT DUNSMl/IR 


Scotland, when Robert an 1 J-d. 
wife. Joan Olive, left their na- 
tive shores by small, crowded 
Immigrant ship, around ('ape 
Horn, in be shipwrecked on the 
bar of the Columbia River. 
Where, on a beach. Mrs. Hope 
e ulrl. her father, James, was 
born in UGl. 

Mrs Hope told how It was 
that her grandfather found his 
seam of coal near Nanaimo 
which made him a multi- 
millionaire: “Tlie story Is that 
grandfather was out prospect-! 
mg one very hot summer day 
and after lunch he went to sleep 
under » tree." 

In any event, she said, 
when her grandfather nwnke 
that day, he looked down to 
the earth and he said »o him- 
self: “There's coal there." 

Robert Dunsmulr. however, 
his granddaughter said, had 
very little money, and so he -jp-, 
proa chert three naval officers 1 
whom tie knew and asked them 
if they would like tq nit up 
some rash to help develop the 
coal seam upon which he had 
fallen asleep Those three were I 
Captain Farquhar. Captain 
Higgle and Lord George llamif | 
ton. 

Mrs Mope continued' "Mv 
grandfather bought them nut 
later and they were very con- 
tent with their profits. 

P e r s o n a I aneednts of 
Robert Dunsmulr and liis 
wife, outstanding figures In 
the history of British Colum- 
bia, were hrouglit to light for 
the first time by Mrs. Hope. 

Mere Is one nf her stories: 
•'Grandfather was a very fasci 
ruling and likeable man. and I 
think Grandmother sometimes | 
had great difficulty keeping j 
him home. As she was a very ■ 
wisp woman, she knew ihe signs * 
ami when he became restless — I | 
about every six nr seven months I 

«be knew what was coming i 
A little trip hejp. or a little flip J 
theie— for a day or two! Once. I 
when a little business trip was | 
due, she evidently had her rea- | 
sons why she wanted to keep . 
him home 1 

"They were in the kitchen. In I 
their home to Nanaimo, and she I 
had the kettle boiling for break- i 
fast | can imagine the fond J 
husband standing near her and ’ 
saving how important this little | 
business trip was when, sud- | 
tlenly, he let nut a yell .. .‘My J 
sorrow I 


IIARin SMITH 


b\ Maurice Humber 


602 Broughton Street at Government 


T gotta watch it here . . . & 
tha»'--> lor sure. ’Cause.* Mi Harry 
Smith . . laugh i me litei 
atiire; Yeah . I iou«* be care 
ful what I put down here 
'Cause HK taughi nn* tlie pomes 
of Hillv Shakes |»ere A* least 
he tried . . to m ike it pi. i n 
Hut poet* alw.i'S did . . . give 
me a pain I ran rlo-c my eves 
and still plainly see Tho-o* tar- 
off d.iyo in Ptellmlnarv H I 
was fourth from the front in 
the second row. Dumb A- tie 
voted & slovenly ‘■low. Yes . 
devoted I was a* the old Vie 
High. To this athlete . . scholar 
. r , fir wonderful guv Mr Harry 
Smith . who is shedding all 
weight*. T*)us Prlfjee a pal , . 
now hanging up hi* «ka(es. A 
lot of you kids were born tuo 
late And «o never knew how 
Harry could skate We shouted 
fnr him . . when 1 was a bnv 
Like you do now . . for Ed 
Dnrnhny lie coirtd handle a 
Mick * had no fear* When he 
played on a line in those Lester 
year* ’Twa« lust the same 
when he played font -hall, lie 
scrummed in there <v g.r*e It 
hi* all And wUh us kids he 
often (ltd fool. He could kick 
that pigskin . . right over the 

school. So we used to marvel 
when behind rinsed doors Wn* 
1tii« the same guy . . . “Who 
Shoots . . Who Scores' ” Was 

this gentle re«»cher ..." Romeo 
A- Juliet,-' The same nigged 
player in itm mud & ihe wet” 0 
But this was the reason, that 
whate'er he did medium, We 
paid so close ... A- rapt aitr-n 
linn And if over Shakes pc re . . 
he matie such a loss. We fig 
ured it surely . , was good for 
us. And ever since Mien , . . 
things I rnuldnl rope with” 
Mv thots would fly hack to 
Harry Smith. And somehow nr 
other ...» solution I d find. 
’Tho I now was a man . . he 
still hoyed my mind and , , 
YOl T ... I know . . . fee| lust, 
the same. “NOTHING mat 
fe's ’’ he told us. “IF YO« ; Jl ST 
PLAY THE GAME." 


Offering complete office f raining tinder supervision nf highly qualified 
instructor*, working with all new equipment and furniture, in Urge, bright 
redecorated, modern classrooms. 


MONDAY 


COMMENCING 


Shorthand 

Typing 

Secretarial 

Bookkeeping 

Accounting 


Day Classen on Monday, 
May 2, at 9 a.m. 

Night Classes on Monday 
May 2, and every 


Mrs. f 
piesided 


SCHEDULES 

FULL DAY 

OR MORNINGS ONLY 
OR AFTERNOONS ONLY 
or mgTTt c lasses 


Mass Evacuation 


Monday and Thursday 


from 7 to 9.30 p.m 


We Invite the Public to Inspect Our School, See Our Equipment and P.C'.T G.C.T., will be 

M „ . _ _ . . . . of nnr shorthand and 

Meet Our Staff Any Day Between I and 5 p.m. pattment*. 

FOR ENQUIRIES AND REGISTRATIONS: WRITE, PHONE OR 

CALL ANY DAY BETWEEN 9 A M. AND. 5 P.M. 

You can start a course anytime — Why not start yours today? 


Canada to attempt such 
evacuation. Brockville. Ont., 
the first. 


The Honourable 

P. A.GAGLARDI 


MlnlMer «*f Highways 


WHO WILL BRING 
YOU AN 
IMPORTANT 
MESSAGE FROM 
YOUR 

PROVINCIAL 

GOVERNMENT 


SOCIAL CREDIT 

Keeps YOU Informed 


font, my font.' Great 
from ihe loving wife ax shp 
bound up hia scalded fool That 
'rip wa* off that trmp Grand 
mother, with her boiling keltle, 
had seen to that." 

IH< HESS AT TF.A 

Mrs. Hope told of Ihe time 
the Duchess of Cornwall and 
York, lairr Queen Mary, went 
to lea »» "Burlelth,” the James 
Dunsmnir mansion on ihe 
banka of Gorge Water* It was 
lf»0l. Mrs. Hope recalled the 
Duchess “looked over the whole 
house, from lop to toe. and 
much emhari sssrd my mother 
when she even insisted on go 
log upstairs Mother was so 
worried it wouldn't be all tidy, 
because every body had been so 
busy all morning tidying up II* 
dow nsialrv" 

The cruise of the James Duns 
muir yacht Dull lira to Ger- 
many, and Ihe Kaiser's visit 
aboard, was mentioned by Mrs 
Hope 


ft'ifith Co/iitr ihi/t 
Social Ocdrf Lraour 


MAI RICK • BARLEY - BRI CK 


H. S. Witter 


Our Dominion Security Rian means 
Immediate and substantial pvoter 
lion lor loved ones when Ihcv need 
it and ,, tf vou live it mean* a 
retirement fund for you. 


A'-k mp about “Dominion Security 


.107 .lone* Bldt* 


Phone 3-II3A 


R N. 1. HARRIS. C.LU, 


WHITE BREAD 


SEE IT IN ACTION AT 


l Factory F.ngineered Oil Range) 

$40.00 FOR YOUR 


Lea* T rude -in 


S22JM) Down 
IK Months In Pay 


"One Blorli IV.v* n View from 
Falon's China li»pi. — Toward* 
the Wafer * 





28 Oath) (Eulmit tf I i.c., $■»., Mar i. itss 


•llent 

felmi 

Silent 

Silent 


rtliemrm h»>i<r,,i tire amount 
for inch advrrtleemint 
data* nt trrnr in puo»r*uaa 
ft# made al'h a ll hour* 
■after end If nut »n mail* •nail 
»e mallilriN N'i i iajtn will. be 
"1 far mure Uian nn» lllrureert 
Hon i»ar fur errxrt.nni iflnj. 
'!>• ttlu* lif"n»a #,4»*r , 1 .».m.|'l 


w - '•'M'i' H»i" 

Youth Want* in Kan* 
Youth Want* in Kn u 


Wee, end 
Weekend 
Waak End 
We# k End 


• n mum ■ iif -l-ter In V 
Mlaa A MacMillan 
Funeral tarvree, aifl ha * 
Ih* Chai’lln Funeral Oil: 

M<i|H*j Uit * *i 3 n a, 

Hay T II MrAllUler and tl 
Y n ri»-niptnn offinalin, 
1 #y interment in ih* C 
Bunai Pan 


I »l,t» lo Ilian* Ihe rtoclnr, and 
«*»»•*• and »taff nf ih* Veteran, 
Hniplta: lor 'heir klitdne-* In in* 
humand In hla (line** #!«., Canon 
•lull Ini. hi* rnuifartlng »nr<!« lo 
kind friend* uin arm Uumii and 
• Old* of tywpathy In nna and 
all ‘I ihank mu Mr* Fannie Mc- 
Laughlin and lamlly 


•’*, rrpr.y. n'allve. 

Wood •aid. Canadian 


Peptics lo prlvain box 
numbers may ifhly ho 
obUlnnl from ThP down 
town of fj ip nf Vli'toriH 
PrcH* Lid. at 1213 Broad 


Chin 


VICTORIA 


BIRTHS 


uc - Aortl 


UU)NDK On Apm ja mt. in 
Vlrln'iu 11C L*»l I •( ■ <id' In 


Ltouaia, 


PHEK 


•yon n hi# p'imiii J-5303 Room and 


maintenance prndurt* to induatrial 
and farm trade L-u*.' a, louisim- 
«x»n* rrr an for repeal order* P O. 
Rita lift* Cleveland 5 Ohio 


board If dcalird 


WANTED k OH NO GIRL TO HELP 


HEUAIIU YOUNG LADY WOULD 
Ilka poaltlan a< |un;or cirri- ud 
ut« romptnmrtcr aUn typing 
bookkeeping and Ming 3-1685 


nrrdrd 


• l«h u n par *u>* and to a.*ut m 
rallilnrrv thiiaroom Apply after - 
noon* to Mina Frith 1619 Doug]*,. 


PERHV In Victoria un April in 
MO film Parry, aged 71 year*: 


m*M Day ur hi* hi 7.38 


ClUklfitatlnn 

ha 

-• SI 

l*an* . M 
Llv'i'ocK 11 


offering you tops in com- 
fort ond scenic beoutv at 
most moderote rates 


Plat* and Ap*» In 
Amt Pu-ni<hrd 40 

Plata and Apia 
W’an'.fd Purniahed «l 
Ptortrta . a 

ri*i __ ..si 

Punaral Director, t 

Mall* Stave* and 
Offtegt lo R*ni <« 
llfltli _ ]« 

Hnoaekewpmg 
Rihxn* ta fWni 
Pumlifird __ ii 

tlou*'ka*plnc 
Room* Waoted 
Purntahed _ la 

Hou«e* ro Rani 
Purnlehed _ __ I) 

Houae* Wantrd la 
Rant PurnDhed 41 

Hw*” for da la «T 

In Mrmortam . < 

tun mi ciBf*T#<j i» 

boat and tound _ 11 

Marriage, . — i 
Miacetlaneou* to 

R*w« «» 

Monumental Wort. • 


trari Kicellent cnmmiaaKn, F«- 
p»rl*rr*d »*'•• p-r-on pr»f*rr*d 
MamtiOT Uultlpla tdal n* B ir**u 
Noni«***' >f Viofona 

L'd All Ya'»« at Rrnad T 


IHO INRUCTOR • montliti Nam 
a*y rant* IIH-UM) par month. 
Mini ba fuUy ronvariant »lth Can. 
iral Mor'.|a(a and Houatng man- 
dard* Pravioua Inaptrtlon aiparl- 
anra *ta*1rahl« 

TEMPORARY AWAlhTAhT Rl EC- 
TRICAL INSPECTOR i« month*' 
Btlary rar*a »W0-»3T» par monlh 


•*•*<■ and Marina 
- Par (tala and. 
Wantrd .. - 
Iti'im** Oppcr-' 
tunt'ia* m - 

Ru>ina«a 3Ur»ic»*_ 
Carda of Thank* 
Car* and Truik* 


Propart* w *!>*••* 


Room and hoard 

Ft. m m and Board 


OPPORTUNITY 


Ro-m* to Rani 
Purmahad . _ 
Situation* Wantad 
Mala 

Pamat* . . _ 
Bammar Raaoru 

Bwapa 

T'achara W'an -ad 
Dmbtr Rrnkar* _ 
Wantad Pamaia 


•oactlnn a*pcn»nra daairaMa. 
Addraaa all apuh. aiion* to 
Muntrtpal Uar a|tr 
Th* Corporation af tha 
titatrti t of Ultima' 
lun too Rtation 
Kilim* t SC 

Stating aga a*pari*or*. pra 
ampl' i mant and data a«aU*Mi 
cflmman»a dullta _ 


Contour Haircut 

■y Plrih of Part 
Thli STTLED 'Ea«* la Coma- 
Cat an in»*a*r»oi in yaai > 
kllPORTAWT aaeaaaary lo) 

TOTTR HATH 


I* SITUATIONS 
WANTED— FI MA I E 


lOMh ORAHAM - ALTfcRATIOhR 


Cart lor sa la 
Comma ttanu 
CoiUaa* and 
Campaittt — 


WomKXErPIR BY DAY Oh 

month Iff* • in ar mu TTtta* 
**-hoot »*» rhUdran Bet 1111 Vlf 


lag tSmaiar )o« good rafaraarot 
B*t Iltd . Vlrtnrit Pra*. 

TJX DUO, WOMAN fBuot 
• orklaa aon aim* (v*naaka»pt'I 
Joa for gantiamao flik ana ft 
twa r hiid ran »a farm ar roantr* 
aom* Set IN Victoria Praaa 

lUlDY WrU. CANS FOR INVALID 

and raaa pattaal'a maata Modat- 

ata rhorg* fcy day A P 1-ttdS 


FIRTH OF FORT 


ELNA 


oru Prni 


Wantad— 

M ' •raljanenut 
Want**! la Bnrro' 
Wantad to Buy 
Mouaaa _ 
Waatad ta haat^-‘ 
UtartlUBaoua _ 


phona and tanrral nfftra ronlin* 
r *pln* »aa*ntial fialiftratkon* II 
tn 35. ling la, aigraaat** n**t ap- 
paaranra parmanant poaillon If 
right man Apply I tat Vt-tona 
Pr»a* AU appllcatinni ranr- 
saiittL 


PtCRSrARY BOOKKEEPER POR 

V irtarla lav afflca Jtta.T In- 
far mad «f thu a«t*a'uaam»u' Bat 
1*1 N VI atari a Pra«a 


111 Port Bit art. Nulla* I and IB 
Na Appoint it »nt* 

Avalon Beoutv Salon 

I If pa lain Aha* a Krtaga a< l-dlTJ 


Former Construction 


SEWING CENTRE 


Bapalr Dap t Mill Prompt Bamca 


riXRK FOR MEAT MAJEXE 
Call aftar I pa, 1111 CVok B( 


"• Mount yvrra*' Ontario, fathar Npacial thank- (u pi Ja- 13 15 Mld-dar kiatTnaa 

'h* lata Ml* DunaTdiAn had ra- «rph a llnapital. ran On O I. lull 17 Ml t Nad* 

• 10*11 liria fur th* ua*i fnur *ad iiallbaarari. and Sand* Marta-. II t> I Pare* Faith 

raara for inant irara a rail- tr* t-td Punaral ftaraira ■ Mr* H — — ■ 

flatit *| Turonto Oi ' Aha laava* JarrU and family * 00 Claaaiea to Sena 


7 FUNERAL OIHKITOKS -/ 


I oo Claaaiea in Nona 
, I II Claulc* la Nona 
I IB Church of tha Air 
I ti Church of theAir 

100 Curkoo Clark Hmjaa 
I 15 I'uckoa Clock Noua* 
S >0 Sunday Drlvtra 
3 «' i Sunday Drivara 

100 Sunday Dr irara 
1 15 Sunday Dilvrra 
t 3# 1 Our Mia* Bnaoka 

1 *5 Our Mi*a Brooka 


Sonds Mortuary Ltd 

■*Yh» Metnarlti Chap*| of CtUma*" 

W AIUI A AND NORTH PARK NTH 
Viktoria. BC 1-3511 

Sands Funeral Chopel 

fourth rrp.Brr 

HI DNEY BC PHOhB *1* 

CHAPLIN'S FUNERAL 
• CHAPEL 

Ra lnvtta y.ig in a>» of our eon- 
lamani payment plan 


Cl ll l\l** nirr-i» M’ SBH Mi* 

f f i Irim >*i ?a*t 1‘rprnr yii (it 

• • ll val Jiiima* Moapi'kl, April 
1* a tlaxali'ai I )Ik • n a 

• * I i* Warn* a>>d Nart* 

M Af | INTER Horn t *• Harnlr.r mil 
R I MrA'tl'iar al Olllk*m h*a 
I'runawlik 'I'llurrlv Ilf Vicuna 

• 'Ik'iaM-* 7 U» S', un * ut- 
ter fm Sandra 


MILL On April 31, |^1^ in Vlr vantrnt payment plan 

t»n* 7*i*. H i; :g of Mo O>i*0'i dtrm 4-5511 

3**1 I Hi i I* ■ I _____ 

r rZ /''' n, 1 '*'" '•* i Thomson Funeral Home • on : «... w*..n., 

...... T. 'ini a and J'.i g»t. i*n P-rm-r'y of Wlnnlpa* ■ 15 Entarnrla* In Artlnn 

O*or«* P*i*r Thornton f 

f'r «. * / *, * *"' 1 » •• »» lack l. Ir«in* , i 

‘r *• |V 1475 OnAIItlA NT I'llONE 4 3413 “ 

T 1 Hi.. .n Vi-.oiia. alao . — - — 1 

KKaV If M.v.ard* Chao.l McCALL BROS. i 

"ti Mi>ni:*i Way 3 a' I lu pm, 'Th* Pln-al Fumta! Chap*'' I 
H** I) Kl'ni.ril alliria n lnt*r- Mre'ln* ***ry requirement for araca- 77. 


4 00 llollda* Hifhaar 
4 13 Hu.iiiay lli|h»a* 

4 JO llnllday Hlahvay 
4 45 ' Hullilay flirt.* ly 

ft M | D-J for a Day 

4 Ik D-J for a Day 

t 30 ' Ouprirt Tima 

5 45 Navi, Sport 

« M Pamoua Vnlcaa 

ll 15 ' Famou* Vo!r»* 

*lif' Bomju*! of Maixdy 
4 45 flhowraw* 

TB0 Dick Hairy Neva _ 

T 15 Ralph Pathlay 

1 10 P»op)a Af* Funny 
1 *5 1 Paopia Art Funny 


o*org* P*i*r Thomtoa 

Jack L- Irmly 

1475 Q UADRA NT I'llONE 4-1411 

McCALL BROS. 

"Th* Pln-al Punna! Chapal" 


• 3d Album of Paynrtiti 


Palara Oalatlaa 

Boonla He- -an.i 
Bonnla Ncotland 

K**j Lambarrto 
4luy Lombardo 
t.lbaraca 
Llbcrnca 

Nt«a. Hit Parada 
fill Parada 
Hit Parada 
Hit Parana 

Naan Parry Coma 

Prrry Cum# 

Clun 1 3HU 
Cun Mia 

Naw*. Bing Cro*ny 
Bing Croapy fcourf 
Riddle Kai.r-i 
Klddl* Kai.cn 

New a IIU Parade 
Waalrro Hit Parada 
W**trrn lit) Parade 
Wftttrn Hit Parada 

Neva. Praacriplton 
for Plcaaur* 
pT*«rrlpMon for 

P.aaaura 

N*»* Martin 
Prrddv U."N 
La *!*nc* W'rTkt 
l.awrcner Wrlka 

Nc«i. Parllam-nt lllll 
Ft lenniy d'.an ana 
Three Buna 

fhre* Buna 


Symphony 
NY Phllhartnonla 
Hymphony 

N V Philhartnonta 
Nytnphaay 

Critically ftpratmi 
Cnll.allv Bnraktna 

Canadian »«an*» 
Canadian Bcgnaa 
J**» and th* Kid 
Jak* and tha Kid 


Nr»* WaaHlti 

(IN no l hr Raropd 
Wlnninag Sunday 
Ounce rt 

Winnipeg Sunday 
Con cyri 
Fiorrn' r 

■ • 

Nundar Choral* 

B indai C linral* 
nirca lo Make Mu 


Capitol Report 
Capltoi Itrpork 
BC Prof I la 
B C Profile 

Ntaa Re*ia« 
Raaiaw. Nceattr 

daPatii.n Aroie 
-Sal* a i inn Arm. 

Ht*s# 55 
H'.arr M 
Btaae 55 
Rtaae 35 


TI A *1 ANIf nor 
T Prenand 


llor. >n Air >. U .J M*l 

id lllll U.aAi.r. Rrt 
te ti )i.e«|lli . fine 
Apill 3'i • daughter 


iu| iribu'a In • modem aettlna 
1 40'! VANCOUVER ETRErr 4-30 


L*.i I .( .id- In MAYWADrV^ - - 

»u. tjuff -rrwr TIT— IBTI llenk arrcJiniira im N»*»» Spuria 

B ren hi.in In Oaran.i., U ' Onl " rinV«i niim r I I1A ' Journe e Into Me'ody 

lie rave, one aon Virgil 1 • Lon'lr an«iw7*rnr?M , .... II li'lJtuntf ml* UllMl 

V'i'iiri# *1.1 on* dauah'er Mi l *** BROUOim'N 0TRK1CT 1-3814 II 45 JonrneT im'o Sl«ir>c 
i an Itral- r* I aL'inde at home ” 1 ” — — — 

#1*0 n..e I’ln.lien 

air '-"ve-ai e,„ r , lft 9 MONUMENTAL WORKS 

Chapal or. weana.oa* - - 

• < t hr* rennn O 1 J.jII MORTIMERS MONUMENTAL 

fhiaiina lntatmrn' C»lnir<d Work* Ltd (31 David Strrat E*| 
iriai P*tk .3* flovera. by 1477 Mur.umentt, maraara, curb- 
dtlftt • r.g* nconrt plaque*, marble, gran- 

— — lit and *ton* foi tirap'.aca*. build- 

.aam -t*. i* tav* u... *"C camruLtlaa^ £lc 3-4431 


1 (16 Fnrnra 

New*. Tieaaur* Cheat 

Siring Along 

6 15 1 Enrur# 

Treatur# Cheat 

String AK»ig 

1 36 Pailre Hill* 

Treasure chest 

Vyrper Hour 

• 45 Padre Hllla 

Treat-ire Chfil 

Ve.per Hour 

!•( i", Me*, Veal her 

Now#, Hu ;»* Part* 

CBO New* 

16 15 Enchantn! Hour 

Rn-iie Party 

Arlult Educktinn 

10 30 Hlily Giahaui 

Houie Party 

Organ Reriiai 

i" 4i BUI* Graham 

Houto Party. Sgrorta 

Organ Kernel 


Rdu*# Party 
Mnua* Parly 
Hnuaa Pant 


0 MONUMENTAL WORKS 


latlfla loteimrnl 
'*1 Park -3o | 


LSOAdF.MKNTS 


I • W*A< •• ■<*,, *-«*, 3* a*3k M it- '"k con ruoKon. a: 

d.e.1 Av • l-a • *■*' *•,•«•! 74 of STLWART ftlUNUMENTAL WORKS 
Utj O.k 11*1 Avenue burn Ltd , 1401 Mar Strati. 4-3453 
Pigland Surylmd hr he. aliter, i Curbtni* and marker# a aprclaity 
Mr. fine. P Bo. I S«'on* Night phqpe 3U1I4, 3-13*11 

Fanarai from llav*aid * Chapel — - — - - ■ - ■ ■ — 

r..e da Ml. . l n pi*. VICTORIA MONUMENT LIMITED 

D« ' O D'"*n ollinailng ''Memorlali nf DtaUncUon** 

'ermtnk R....I Oak M»1 DOOOLAN NT 3 -V4J* 


. r. T"* d*v, wav 1 • I in p m 
p.' n* ' o |ir<'»n officiating 
In'ermcnk Rn»*i Oak 


I I VI In Vlrlorn R C "o 
April in 1*33 John l.eel, ae»rl 

*l brloyrd hu.btnd nf F-ihar 
f ayi, "f I 104 Olad • loti e Atrnue. 
>">rri Kiev. Rus-'.a 
ll*m*'n* for»ard*d by Haa«arrt * 


10 ANNOUNCEMENTS 


TO AVOID DIB APPOINT M ETC T WE 


10 AN NOUNCE.M ENTS 

DONALD J ELDER. D C. 

CMIROPRACTpR 

WHItaa In announce a manga In 
office liKa'Ioo* lo 

1111 BLANSHARO 
iB»l«e-n View and Fartl 

I! COMING EVENTS 

DANCE OLD-TIME SEQUENCE 
folk and auuarr* a o m Tuea- 
day. Mae 3 Danrr Ktudl'i. IDtl 


! OiUecior'a Item* 
Collector a lirma 
New* Weathrr 

WANTED 
MALE HELP 

MAO 1C MONFV-VAKIMi 


Rymphoneita 

Symphonrll* 

N Y Phliharmunia 
N Y PMIharRiuni* 

N Y~Phllba7monte~ 

N T Philharmonio 
NY Phllharnujnic -4- 

N Y Phliharmunia 

New* On a Sunday 

Afternoon 

Caniiol Cloakroom 

Cyywl Cloakroom 

On a Sunday 
Afternoon 

On a Sunday i 

Afternoon New* 

Farr me Nation 
Face tha Nation 
8unda« Arranada 
Phil Not man 

Jart Benny 
Ja-k Renm 
Amu* n Andy 
A hiiia n Andy 

Our Mlaa Brooka 
Out Mlaa Brook* 

CM Newaroom 
OM Nawarnom 

R j-3y Valle# 

Rji*y Valle# 

Rurky Valle* 

RiJWy Val!** 

uen» Agtt* 

(ier.e Autry 
(tie Whiatiav 
Tha _Whi*tler 

Nunitay P.aviiouaa 
Auinaay P.ayhouta 
Alt wttlr Maicu 

ill l.i til# Mama 

Holtyaraod Mnaie Hall 
Hollywood Uuaic Hal) 

Jar* firnny 
Jark Benny 

World Final " I 

K IRQ Preaanla I 

KlHO Present* 

i.\inr*rt H ail 

SAI.KSMKN nml 
AGENTS WANTED 

MATURE SALESMAN 


Were (no 
Week 

Week Bad. 

**ek Ea»y > k 

Inhariianra 

Inhirttanca 

Uberaca 

Likerart 

Faith io Action 

New* 

Nothing Rut Muaia 
Nothing But Muale 

Biography in Bound 
Biography In Sound 
Biography in Sound 
Biography In Haunt 

Selection* from 
Palatial 

Bhiney I'homaa 
Nhnle* rhonia* 

American Forum 
American Ponim 


Meirnpaluan Ta#. 
Popular Muilc 
Popular Muais 
Newt 

Church of the Air 

FWurtauara lioapai 

Church at tha air 

Church of the 4tr 

Cali o! China 

4*"”i»r r e» TOO* 

IHI! Oraham 
Rill Or jRaiu 

Walt* PeetlvaJ 
Walt* Feet n*| 

Our Mlaa Prooka 
Our Mlaa Brook* 

Too laa 
Top fro 

Folk Song* 

Foil Sung* 

Old Paahlontd 
Revival Ifgur 
Old Faaiiinned 
Revival Ifciur 

Melgchjino Muairgi 
Mrlai-hrinii Xluatrai 
Tht Dreamer* 

Tl'e Drcatbrrt 

Famou* Vote** 

Patnoui Volcta 


N*W* 

L berara 
Ltberara 

hui .yuud Snort* 


B"*#l OU- ipe. «'ty 

r*tabli*hed 1(7* ay-j 

It 3II1HKI s.| ii , “ 


New, Mu.le , .on AeT KIR OUR PRICE 

M'iur af* *4ua.a I Ita He. | t4( lirau'y 

Hour of klutle }' £ 

of 1 «» *■ ON 

New* VirwDOint* i 3 00 M<H*i Fhuna 4-4|ift 

viewpoint* i in fcll ,- ITT ,. n — 

Family theaira f no — 

Family Thaatrw ( 145 KTYS Cl' I LOCKS Aim nt. 


I 100 27 " 

/ 7 15 h I 

JIM — 

I 145 KfYS CUT. 


•irvs CL' 1 LOCKS SAITS RE- 
Paired lawn twowen. , t ,, „ t 
• Uarpened ' Price'* Key Sh Itl 

Foil H ii.el 4-6231 

I AWNS A Mi l.tuni v* 


"VVlia!!* ’ IW ”' 4#0 *CUWTiritf pkunln.i s. hay' 


4.1k I wf f! ..je fruit trrea Tree# 
4 10 Jelled hain aaa cbtml' ai an *v- 
44* llig hru-ti yraur* *. ,1. „ . 

aon J C’tarie* A Cowl* 1 |iu 


Youth View, Die New* 
Y nut It View i the News 

Ch Ml Ctouren 
ChrUt Church 

Fibber MrOe# Mol II* 
O-eal G,)de r aiee'e 

AV S' at Rad Craaa 

HhOE 

Chrut Ctiurc# 
ChrUt Church 
chrtat cnuicb 
"hrlat Church CattL 

Orew Pea, *(■• 
Sport* Beat 
Ih* Standard Hour 
Tha Standard Hour 

New, 

tenure Litteamg 

Oin Wr'gh* Llrii, 
Dun Vtnvhi CTinyiit 

Th# Htanrtard liinir 
Th* Standard Hour 
Meet the Pre>a 
Men tn* Praaa 

•- ' e, 

L gti'hnuaa of Mnp# 
L.fhtniiua* of Hop* 
Interlude 

nneln Meoartag 
Fv»» Wright 

VI rVwl'm . A. ...a > 

Oreat Whlta Way 
Great While Way 


New*, Sara Ro*# - 

Capitol City Cum 
Rrll'ah Muatc Hal) 
Brltlih Mu ale Hall 

j 600 
6 15 

did 

1 *,» 

New. I HA 

1 t nn 

to he Aiinounrtil 

1 7 15 

Church tier , tea 

1 7 10 

Church Home# 

* 745 

Church Service 

16 0« 

Cbui ' ti Aerv re 

1 OK 

Off'elal Date-liv* 

1 6 70 

Ofl.ciai Detect iv a 

1 6 4ft 

Brnadway Cop 

1 • OO 

BruaJway CPU 

( 15 

7 r»a«iif v 8a»nt 

( 76 

TYaayury Ar*Ol 

1 ( 45 

. Naw# 


Mu, io Dr»ama 

I 16 12 

Cio»e of liar 

f lb 30 

Lhapai chi me# 

• 10 4( 

Chicago l'haa'r# 

•111 do 

Chicago Theatr* 

I) 12 

CTilraga Thaatra 

1 11 (6 

Cntrae# Th**ir# 

11 41 


WANTED— 
FEMALE HELP 


SITUATIONS 
WANTED— FEMALE 


I lA.m Mpcrirnred M.n 4 I'.tl 
Landu apioa. Ia«na planted 
• eerteil r.’i-kerir*. tiiainttiiati . and 
l*»n mu* me 

A CliM PI F. I K OABDEN SfhVt. W 

LANIkSCAI'lNu AOCkWOI) K 

■taintynaarwr lawn *****1*1.*'*, r»-' 

per lenre^l men lowaat pr-. e* 'y, T 

; ‘ r Uarkei j-at:> *"* 3 

1 ANUaCAI’IMJ 
ffnearrle* I * • p » Kir 
Kt|»e. *'tl*ed I andej *r»r Hardener 


ctJUI'LWT LAWN MOWTHO BFHV- 
he Phone 3 IkftJ after ft pm 

PAINT! ES AND UK OK ATON4~ 
WfWI A JF'N 

1 *IIJ7 — Paperhangtwg painting. 
Uluirk Cieeti. reliable pint » -a 
• ■.liciln.'iio' TlilMf tear* r*pa- 
netita 3i ion*. Irrn.i U dev red. 

MAV I HE OP BkRVICK To YOO» 
Clean la.l Tfaaonahla teMabie. 
IOMMT HAKKEH S-g711 

Pape. fl anging apt, lau-i •nd-jMOikLSlL. 

< LAIIK Ai PATTISnN 
Painting Irterlnr ealerinr. nn.ih. 

»•»!« «i a* * and napertiang- 
»l Termt Htivine-* phunc 3-1* l\ 
Realdenee phxne. 4-0441 


EXPERIENCED WAITRESS IN W1U MIND 3 CHILDREN IN 5«Y OK KUO » PAINT W’AMIlM.l pr- 


ior mm *1.0 Will wear Open Id* lor man iniara.ted In ae.f- taTvi.w* wUl bg hiid oe.-lin nniit f. V.r -eek ' i . “L k u. 

made tn-meaaura »uil* ma C .nedi. m-rnaie inn ,« . * w . , _ #*lw*#n home, by day. week or month Ha 


oel rull or pae»- t m» "ur . 

money maalnt plan m.in it ea*» MALE Or FEMALE 

10 earn up to 1)11 per da* W'.iie - — 

Daw 703 ooouvear rimtiry. IO. WHOLESALE CONSIGN ME NT 


pactiuenl. Ki.clirn* Ha; liroum*, etc. 

II »e*r* evparianca Ph.m# 4 307J 
Kelimatea 

C. t Longman tinrolUioH. 
painting «|iiaiii.g paperlaiitlng. 
Fre# eallmatrt Simp* J.3g|3 

1 771#— tain itno. decuratingT 


Hu* 8.33 M.mtreal Uur 

RAILWAY SECTION AND 
EXTRA I3ANO FOREMEN 


hcui«e require* • oookktepe 
pabie of taking full charge c 
■ ..unt* payable, receivable 
bant reconnllatton. neatneet 


I.E ; WANTED- EXPERIENCED YOUNG ALL TYPES OP FLOORS EXPERT- P?*^- 
IW — ft" «•" |y Cleaned wat.d and polUheh by i}% 

IMENT anuita mu#l be able to enok. lit* machine Home* our apedalit. 11.10 ui» FAFRHH A V .< 1 3 n 
er **• , : ,,W Oregg a. _a.tabll.hed l*» t-lfill p.„„in, r , a*. ..!*, ■ ,,n * . tl . 

and*-. HOUSEKEEPER RFF1NK13 MIPHI l-Altfll 1. All Y t'' 1 * 2 4T4? 


I imiieit Saturday midnight to ahould Ilka 10 remind our garden- 


PIERRE TIMP S 

DUTCH GARDENS 


»' Vlrlutla 
She leave* 


m la hr* .England. "Mil r loaa at 4 10 pm each evenmi 
II Street and a re.ldmt 


aa». May 3, Dance St...i»i inti « A eJ?-^ R f n “5? rt --. B * n * r*cannltatlon. niatne.* and Sfi’JT'LVnS* - tlim ta f * f »?ad* 0<l ?L r •“UPrenrh de«|r.a part-time am- STUCCO W A H II F 1> WATEH 

sssiK i *sk '0& b °‘ >«»_v,c«or,: ot 

• fhw Bwlrilf 11 nnhi °T? rtaur, “Vpe'eiMry"^.^ \a!«7 U J». n fgii» K work ’Ji^dalired* m^l^ur^e'^/. J»nw*lWH kxiehiok palm- 

Ut Uo _ month Reasonable iarrket^ r*f ofila »'“•*■** '‘ n ‘ lUl._YlctariaTr.aa | Aopie In p.r.on Pi*,. Cafe. <]« • •ft rticued laiteheobru nperatu*. ''*** W|, T P*prrli*rglr « 

RUMMAGE SALE. AUSPICES OAK »nd iaU*la> tory medlral qualltlce- COUPLS TO HELP ON PRIVATE 1 _ GpUt dn<l caahier 3-6484 1 " k 1 w 

Bay Dlvillun Si John Ambulance "on* required TranaiK.rtation 10 „|, nd Clow in Good wages Up GIRL POR GENERAL OFFICE IMUBF KTEPINtl NUHSIMlf nAHY 110 Ut ’ I'APKHEH K.ri 

•unarkwr clot It lag for mi'.i women Muntreai .applied Perional Inter- mg quarter* aupplird Permanent aon Typing .peed unt rumtial anting morning, 'any other pari- » S'ffihe 3.3*37 

^ !L:» ,^ r :^r nr 4 >>« ? W.. A.’r: ... am. up rooms rA.v r «o 


liit fhf put 

Krr hj'h4ii*l 


j and rhllaren, book*, rhina. »tr lira, arrgngrd Apple before May if 
i William* Hall 7*t. if..>jgn’un. Wed- Id io Bna 1118 Victoria Pfeaa 

neulav Mav 4 at 10 a m. 

. ... . LA ROE MANUFACTURING CON 

HOPE LUTHERAN ClfLRCH, PRIM- fern reqn re* a itinmr clerk Edu 


laland Clov. m Good waae* Lie- GIRL FOR 
ing quarter* auppiteo PeitneneDt aork Tvpit 


l> Itnuve and plain rooking fnr f*m- ... _ _ . , ... 

- ' » "I 'hi r# when in reilllenr* Man WOMAN TO DO WEEKLY HOUNK HEUABI E EIOTHEH WIIJ. OIVK , ’ g| rn ** u ' * **’»'' » 1 Jl.5 

in help at yrueral work But IlaJ. cleaning, Thuraday. 10 to 3. 10e an free rare to little murntry* W. JONFM PAINTING AND PAPrn- 

Vletwna P'»v hour 4-3454. __ a* rompany fnr van rhllrt 1 JoOS hanging W-«rk guaranteed 4 «107. 

COUPLE FOR MODERN fUK- HOUSEKFIPER FOR ELDERLY RELIABLE LADY WOULD OIVE 


REUABIE MOTHER WIIJ 


cat* aryl Chamber* 


Dirk STUDENTS OFT baiaer. ' Wednr.n.»; May"' t!* fr.'m 'bLVlniv. «h!STl mUfu'ale 1 “Sln.ta COUPLE 


1 1 lxr.ll In i nf Nri Wei'mln tef ln J • «“•»<* ‘o*» “lulp your- 

.'.I Mr. I n.yie. .virv.nn... with round practical uainlne 

M* y iin-n ■ ny ■Rath'.ant '? bu.ina*. method* New 

*«.. n u, -n .11 *.r eldltfe atari each Monday Sprof - 

iVtar," M rZ Arthur “ W«*o. 

W * H r r Alfred P j,.hn C and L ' 1 «-«KL 


*'* p _ preferred General tlert.al dutie*, 

REGULAR MONTHLY HimMl TeJaied 111 purehmelSc S»Mrtme.it 
uf the Social Credit group* 1 30 •RP , » “» H ‘* >*54, Vlrton* 


MODERN FUR 


ur r he Social Credit group* 1 30 
will be held et MrEwen* Tartan Y™* 


H on m. Thuraday, May 5, • p m 


FURNISHED BASEMENT ROOM IN 


nithrtt collage Cowtcbau Bay. O*- ‘ddy. email apartment Pbune Hat- room and boaid to email child 
tag' some anowteogr oi n iMing urnay or Monday. 1-0784 1-2474 

.• r .l , ni 4 f Mi‘ ! n »*n d J V. 1 faVy * ggpecVed OOOD ,,LA1W <**>* TO FRKPARE ENoUSM LADY MIND CHILDREN 

Bo* 164 Cobble Hill Ulnar no I* Ll*e out Boa 1014, Hi her own home. *-5. Mondai 


'* Victoria Pret* " Friday. Oak Bay dlitrtrl l-ldja , 

cnmprfnr' «nSr 0"ERAL HOUSEKEEPER LAKE OFFICES CLEANED HOUSE 

in liouve Year-round work Free , ,!«2 U ‘.V5i’ , n * r,l »f *"•* App.y ele.nlng Hay or h-or own »4|ulp- | 

u . of cottage Writ# atcing r* • , ,l#2 ,, '* r 1 «* *" ment Phona 4-7115 

SlV’i'w. Ti*.*’’! e* ted. to TWO EXPERIENCED WATTHEASES HIOII SCIIOOL OIRL WAN18 
Rn\ 1144 \Kion. Pte*. •amen mi full time one part baby anting >oba Phona 6-ti88 

PLAYGROUND nttPIRVISuRS AND. »PPh Ift Hiwd. Plan Cal. atitieiy ativ aimx rHHJi 


LOFTY VERSES BY ALBERT ATTENTION 


in ire oid Country 


and Spemer, Victoria and Brentwood. 


Life. Lov# and Spirit .*Ho>l»tt*» 81 Monday 

qiifi asrrnnivnt II u mill 


Finer* .'rvicr* will be held In page*, parenment. It, rai paid, 
M.u#|| tro* nof 8'. Puner.l po.t fr „, Brentwood PO 


V on '"t '(e*d*y° f *M a y ^'V'^'at ^ OLD -TIME DANCIHO. WEONKS- PENSIONER OR HANDYMAN |rF- 

* a ' Ir. k '*1* 111 iD'e'ment In Calwooil Burial DRBSSMAK1NO SCIIOOL. 60l '»•!. Victor i* Ba.lrooin. I JO Horn.- uuired by U»be Rilili Daveban 
d*. u-e '* Pm. C 1 M 1,1 HrougbUin, Tucadaya and Thura- fttd.der. _ league l- hand'e equlpmeni jfior**. 

dan morning, and awning* » 18 homlsteaders OLD-TIME hii/'p^L’ “phJ'e rnji 
rtjn'rt) •»rvlr»d fur for ont term of i.a Jt is<»ofr. Hnmt Juice Siturdot. Vlctono Salirciam 


NITON! MFMHEH't CATS *mail apartment block ai a rental COUPLE W ANTED- MAN MUST BE ug«» HA | Mnti**ytyi,>i> . . . . _ 

Mon laagu* Monthly nVeTV- of 430 per month Light dutle. re- competrni gardener wife to *.*:»t g*,J A bb,! 

Ion day I p ra I0IJ Dougla* 9«lred Phene properly manager, in liouae Vear-iound work Free j.gUi shS’d ■■ M ” PP r 

* th* Canada Tru»i Co l-llll u - of cottage Write iteting rt- 1 ® p 1,1 


T1!"M CHAPMAN Mi *i*d M 

T T im *363 Wicklo# 
N'' ear v»o*i« HC wiah to an- 
n.-mi.e tjie rug agemenf nf their 
ni.lv ita'ichte. u/ni.in* France* 
J»*nle' m llnhevl f luade Ch*|»- 
p an >inlv *i.n nf M and Mr* 
c Chiu, nan ftle Uvne Hire*' 
Y'1.<r|» n C Th» •eddlne w'll 
take r>lai* »' 7 »n n in Met 31 
1*v\ ai j»t Andre* • I’retbyterlan 
f'lnirrti Vieim . h r 


late Dr N"!»eri O ird./ei Ri’t who phone 6-4311 
*«ay in Vant.oiver BC t% . 


on April 31 1655 *.re held .1 A ** YOU UtTERETIED IN FOLK N.w.te.o 

ih* "Memorial Chanel of oMUonee old-um*. 


HAVE YOUR NEXT PARTY AT 


I ranue In handle equipment *ri«C •. run ti ,nuu»u F-uraiivicii ihh ap"l» • " ■ — RELIABLE BABY SITTER CHILD 

- , ^ . preferably one iril<U6<r near lleacon aaatiuma fur Oak Bay park* for HOUSEKEEPER WANTED FOR care, day or rrenloe* I-079I 

OLD-TIME uni Pan, Phone 7 2325 ‘he mi, nth of July. Apply Mre H ciuplr Live lo or out Onod tal- 

toria Bellrnom ■ nWNr „ .... " Muaer.ve 4-40V6. on .r, 3-JI47 • NEAT ACCURATE TYPING DONE 

i»Nl POW til BAw OWr»m rO or .VUf 10 4 •! homr J-Ai55 


PAINTING 

DECORATING 

At Its Best 

Our CutMmei* a • Eh'SUi a 
Thera Mini ha a he a. <n 

DAVE PEIRCE 


urate typing done "The Nofue Is Sufficient' 4 


Hall. 714 Fort 


line* " nf the Sand. Mortuary ‘Quarea. Siwcla! altentinn to ba- 
nted on Saturday Apr.l 30 i 1 "'’"' 0 '! \ A ' 


BINGO — 8 P.M. 


guinea welcome Telephone* 3-43U6, Every night, alio whl«t. 6 p tn . Ylc- 


l»?5 at 3 13 urn Itfv r O :,V Ca "; r troynncri i-u.., 

Tt.nmpMio nfflrlated during 3 '*‘ W " " """ 
whleh the C'.'Kregattemal hvmn* TAILORING — ALTERATIONS RE- 
• une weee ''Abide Wl'h Me" and pair* Ladle*' gent* garmen'* 
le.d Kind'y l.lgh< Me John Jam** Cooper 415 ForL Sulla 11 
Re|J rendered the vntn ’The Old 1-48*3 
niifffft B'rnniBinlH hr 

Mr Onfirge Peaker at the ennvoie 7 ,, ‘ VICTORIA SOJUT TROOP AS- 


tall and buck r.o rittilrac' nne 
I trim .aw man tamlliar witn «• 
l iiort yradin# rule* Atr.-n L'tmner 
Company Ltd. 310 Johniun si 
We.l 3-4821 »-374U t>e. 2 81*13 


SALESLADY FOR LADIES' READV- 
tn-wear Mu»t ba experienced Ap- 


W1UOWKR WOULD SHARE HIS in-wear Mini b* eip 
oa* Bay bunaalaw with couple, ply Pirradllly dhoppa 
• omen at turn ae tee per Boa (66. 

Vltmri* Ptea* EXPERIENCED HAD 


tana Whft and Rrldga. 141*7 Ooe- ELEVATOR OPERATOR FOR 
eminent at. 3-ion i (ic# l t IO ,,| permanent Jno Pie* * 


EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER 
Apply PtrUta. Ill Yale* at 3 *113 


12 I.OST AM) POUND 


• tala aga and lelephnn* number _ . 

Ho* tall Virion# Pre- Te.e,.,lon Radio Operailn. Rler^ 

IrlMl Technolngy iae bl|b pa.it 
iOFR BOY POR WHOLE- lob* with envernmept indu*try 
• age )* bicycle aup- aarvlea bu<lnr«* Fret 46-page boa* 
Apply Monday (am. *18 abow* how you can quality. It ha* 
treat auidtil inou«anii* to belter pay and 


ELECTRONICS 


p.'gten fro*. - ..c.nunanird by - o^m-'xwnnw an 1 ° rr WEST 8IIORE SHAWNIOAN ..iTwarehoi. 

Mr tieifge Peaker ai ihe con.ole VICTORIA STOtn TROOP AN- Saturday mala Sawlnoin' 17, .a a...,,. 

nr • be pin# ore.n A large C," U m 7 D , Ou .faon ‘To.,n.Vn sT **•»•«• «• "•*« «d blfr?'^ C«?. Sueet 
aalhenne -if friend* a "ended the ' ” , ?l ■ rye* Any information, phone toUect 


MESRF.NOFH BOY rOR WHOLE 
tale W*rehnu«e ate 18 blcyete aup 
piled Apply Mnnday ( am all 


*1 home. 2-4655 

WANTED PART-TIME HOUSE 
work, 75c, fare 3-6634 

HOUSEWORK WANTED ONS DAY 
weakly Fhaue evening*. 7-154* 

19 BUSINESS SERVICER 

III Ll IIOEI n» 

BULLDOZING AND CLEARING, 


PI 48TT Kin* 

STUCCO. OLD HOUSES MADS 
"•* plaatarlng cement » 1635. 
J Hatmitnn 


I ftaoke 74k! HeV * , d 


f'.ral trlhiifr te.i ified to the | N V ISIHLC M I NDINO AND WFA V • , im ." 

»,i»b r.tren- in which 'he lata , nr Kveitldrd in our rnihPiete tailnr- m r ?J r t TILLICUM 


H«4* held The follow- me d*pat"neni M n doeli -Gif eitl ’ , Lltf L 7* lrh Vletar.a Pre«* 

gen"'>iien arle.1 *• pall- Ltd 823 Yate* 3-6251 wenrtmental lal'ie Phone 


CARPENTER, PIRST CLASS ABI.E yt 
lo take char*e houilne protect ,, 
Reference* required. Hoi 1161. | a 


•emrlty why n:it you’ Send lur * nt, vaaUd In .teadv ptiadion 
yuurii.pyn.iw No uhllgatlon n,i W r, «» 6l»ing *|. ind q jallllr.ilon*. 
» *perlerire needed Give age and L.,,7' . Li '..I * 


NURSES "R N “ mamnm 

INLJrvjLJ n IN RI.'LLIiOZKRS — - 

FDR CC ATTI F - photo i ngravino 

FUK jtA I I Lt BULLDOZING AND CLEARING, . 

ln:er**'e,! in aupeiviaory pout inn '“•«! aiadin* and back-fUUna The _ YH'^lo ENGRAVING 

in two flrn-elat* n'irttnc hnme* rliht marhlne lor erery Job Uaif-Tnnt Line and C.dlur Eucrav 

Muyt have eicellen' referanrea and JOHN D KISSINGER. JR 


bearer*. Dr 


>1 mcici \«;i :s 


» I'M FV A te:r ,,.,!Yi ' *er*lre« wer» h»'d ai th* Royal * ” * '" 

»** par f-*e mnl al r*ir <>« k Burl»l Park rl:R R k PA |h SERVICE 

' 1 " it d" Tuesday . Remodeling and repair*, call and 

n whig). Mr. I Rare* SAVAGE In Vlr'nrl* nn April 16. iirlitar. Paul 105 Beach Drive 
A Mr *1 • hnn ware 145. Huber' Nevege A It I II* 3-3360 

mainaae by Flrv Tbo* eyed 10 beloved hu.hend nf 
i - Aly* 8a rage nf 430 Oraoae Hoad; TO LEND A BOOK IS TO GIVE 

born tn London England n»- •» wlBi* but no homin* in-.linci 

G'PHIN II.. m a r r ■ • a e *idet lilt wna at home he tea.e* THE HAUNTED BOOKSHOP 

lit','. i of Jean Weir nne ita'.chtrr. Ml** T Saraga of Tort fllrret 1-1437 

' .*4 W .'ord"M M B r », Roa'.t F^e.I. 0r “ from S' Cnh.m9. . l '^„ 1 EVC ^ ,Naa P *" rlCT,,K ?- 
KeimeihWa-ih «on nf church Strawberry Vat nnMon- JiiJ! Lub klil, t MM ^ 
r Wal«h 118 Douela* rt #y May 3 *■ in 3« a in R»» II >lda_Be*uty Shop FlTH 

J.V* ,* N 1 ‘’•"’Mn offtrist'ng Cram*- PUR KC5IODE1.LINO AND RE- 

-• G Mnmhoidt l! nn "No flower* by tequot). pairing, cold atorag. of your fura 

n A,, MI 7 .. 110pm M * T ** ,d * T *«Wore Victoria Pur. Ill Pun 1 till _ 


3-5381 IN TERES MT3 IN GOOD INCOME 

Arne. Dr D kirAerrlrher, Dr RUMMAGE BALE, LADIES AUXIL- , n( T'*r 'round? HealOt force* .ale «( 

' A Use Mr Will Loader and T O E , in the lowat lull 7M BankSlr-ij*^-^ 9 M. VI . C .I N ; ,, ‘ , *' nr,, ,r ' ,r * * n,, " i" | t» rn ' , n' 

Mr Ken McHugh Committal View Street. Wednetday. Mar 4. at V.L k 7„ , .£, hM f U Vi 6 7075 
aer • tee, he-o ai the Nmai • J* am jenain* srnool Name ar.d tih'.na 

* . ,lr _ A" 1 number on rim or glat.e* 4-4546 CONCRETE MAN REQUIRED FOR 

<3«k Burial Fan FUR REPAIR SERVICE mn. , f«M.r* drlv.w.yg. Ml. drain, etc. 

Remoit*. Ing and repair*, tall and L<,BT ~ fl BLUE TRIMMED haualug projeri Reference, re 

‘V AGE in Victoria. ,.n April 36. Orllrer Paul 105 Beach Dm# J. 1 * 1 b * ,w '* n Central oulrfd * So* ‘ 1 1(1 Vie tar la Pr.-. 

1*5. Huber Saragt A B 1 ll A J.JH0 High and Otmtalea dlalrtct Ureent. ,u,r,fl •""* viriaria rir 

aeert 70 belneed hu*b*nd nf 3-6572 GARDEN HELPER » DAYS A 


*r,- Tti" A Mr At a bon aiare 
1 'h mainaae by ney Tbft* 
U*»'b,re - 

WG-'Ali DAl PHTN The marruae 
ann.iuiirr.t of J--ao Weir 
it* , .tiler - .< Vr and Mr. L O 
ft. -iinn Ant* .'or-'... . nay Road 


and the late Mr Walah 
r - * 1- - r> > lo-ik |.lare *< 'ba 


l**t grade nf high (rhnol Write 
Hadlu College nf Canada k* 
Halli'.r*! Siren Toronto Eatab- 
llaheit 37 year* 


H ANTKD — 
KKM AI.K HKI.P 


3-6435 Day 2-3147 Night 

ill IX' 4V.<Tl'i" 

road building J llgnaoo Jr 6-4)14 


IW1 AND ClfURAVERR 
1034 D-'-igla* Street rifm* 1 IIU 

rnmim. koto-vatino and 
ITLT tVATINO 


~ EVANS. COLEMAN & 

I. SITUATIONS W ANTKD J0HNS6N BROS. LTD 

MAKK For Milldotlng and Sh'.»*l Wot 


EVANS, COLEMAN & cohfkhii tractor kervick. 
J0HNS6N BROS. LTD mi 0 ’ •'.!; , c , *w -M-an, 1 * ‘Vmi 

For B-illdottna and Shuval Work S"dt Street 


POSITION REQUIRED SALYS- 
man icoming from Tnrnnloi witn 


r 10 *' ,M M,M UPerlenr* d»-ire. 

CREDIT DEPARTMENT. LAROY | txtaltlnn wtUi reputable firm Ap 


R wine* but no humint tn'.tlnct 

THE HAUNTED BOOKSHOP 


LOST A BROWN COCKEH SPAN- J! 1 
tel wltji whltt marking, uo che.t, u 
three montha old lie reward appointment 
Prmne 3-*To6 Hutble nil Yate* l 


week. p*i**ibllity M fall Mm* Idler e«me .lerlral eapertenee nee*. aary 
If aalltfannry. Phone 3-1641 far Klreltrnl working rondltimi* and 


manufacturing tuncern, yeqoire* nltrant ha. own car and etrellent 
• 'en-iraphe r M.nlmum Af 3 year* **le* record Will be aeallakie lor 
e-tp»r1*n.e accurate .hriMhand and Interview *• and froo. Mar I 
tame i lerlral etprnenr.r nere.t ary Phune 4-4170 


-rt*... V 8-SIUV, Iiuimr, I ill T •! M 

OPKN EVENINGS, PERPECT PER- - ... 

manepti for particular ptnpla „ ’T;, *OYAL ROADB OK ON 

Hilda nrauty Shop 3-6731 La , * ,tMn F nf 

- _____ — _ oyal light broan .tear aiutier* 

PUR RC5IODE7.LINO AND RE- 

P&'OTJl TaU| ,, ‘ L 5 Jrr “ BROWN - RIMMED 
victor., rjr. ill Pug 3 *13* _ V |c Hlgh-P.lrfleld tludenl. 

urgent. 4-8645 


UENEflAI. LABORKH POR HOUB- - fMI 

Ing conttrurtion etperlrnced Bog r,M '- * * t,n * *!!>»<• *« 

1143, Victoria Pret* _ HTENOGRAPHEIt AND If. VEN- 

K t AT LAD. ABOUT 16. 8MAU, r, £ ntd . r ‘* r * * or wuotraela 


mmplela welfare p ar,. *>«!*-,» -BERVICEMEN 53. ftt 

P>*.a app'v to 111* mi Vlr tor. a (‘"ne work 


ilteaing. making l*.„. irlmmmg 
h#d«ea mainienanre. odd mb* 
1-0J4* Sunday only if 3i»-| B m 
elta 8-1 pm Wee* day* 7-1 ,, m 
Plea** aak fnr CHarle*. 2-0(48 


4 DKATHS 

Armiw I)-, Anr n j* 1145 r*.^-, 
O Ad'll* aged 74 widow nt 
hAr.ii#,. f A'ldla hum in Vlr- 
• nt • Ini-, ,,np <i*le« an* nler# 
end fl>a l**|>h#». 

P-meral bald ||,,*,,,| * 

"I'll" "'I S*»"riJ*- Aorll III *1 
in 'i> a m Van Vr, . n A K 
<!• I. Nun, 1, „l , .Mill Cf«m*tl<,n. 


0TYVRRS i" v irtorla on April 3* 
H55. Era Anna age,! 34 wife nf 
John On'dnrt S'e.en* (1* 4d 
mir#'* Raid, horn 10 vielatl* 
B'-ltle* her huiuan-t iiiryived by 


WHAT IS YOUR FORTUNE1 
Pind out from Madam Avtta 
Catra Coffaa shop, oppotlte II B C. 

SILEX REPLACEMENTS 

Repair* 


chore# around country home good >>»«»• and accuracy w.taB- r '" Charle*. 1-0(48 

r*ra,incr6Hnn PO- Bob >11 nm! tnn ' uu ^ t - ‘AR PEN TEH NON-UNION. MY 

r.a.un. * cm w .iV-nJ rL . '"J •*» cdo'rart. No rraaonabi* 


Ot*c«l ebhdJUon*. CARPENTER NON-UNION. 


4-8065 - HUS AND TAXI DRIVERS APPLY benaglt* ryi*» egperianer *«4 and offtr rafoted Cnnatrurl.on .Me . 

National Emplnyment S»r»l«*. Ot- aalary de-ir#d In apoUcatlon. Boa *,| Qna . repair* n ,i 1607 vtaiorla 

LADY 8 GOLD WKtST d#r No M-1II4 II5( Vlrlona Praa*. |. r ,.« K 


LOST. LADY S GOLD WKtST 
watch Odenn Theatr* oe dutrirt 
Oenaroua reward. 4-3424 


!•« d*'|gl|C#r4 M*,y and l#*'y CAIRO COPPEE SHOP. OPP H BO. ,lf) ® T LITTLE IEAGUE CATCH- RurniKJ# Weal 


dar No, M I 164 I15( Virtnna Praaa. 

WANTED 54 AN TO LOOR AFTER WANTED TYPlRr AND OCNERA1. 
bnr^* preferably penilnner 5J0 office rlert Rti-irthand not e*«eb- 


tac. WHARF »T _ ri.O^l-.lfl EJCFEHTENCf D ROTOVATING - 

CABINET WuRH P -werful marMlP taata-*b|* 

“ ““ ~ 1 Will en'er »in*l) i*'et Phnne 

4-6561 R Owen. 

VARIETY WOOD - rotovatihg 

PRODUCTS ilFNERAI IRA, IT, ll 55 > , h K Fltrs 

Kitchen Cabinets I,ON MAN ** * 

Counters I 

Store and Restauront j •“« r*h*rie. .,T mm*., a eg 

Fixtures m«- faiila'<em tractor sehvicb 

ijj Kingston smrrr fi***' 0 * 

4-1671 Evening* > 1411 C '* 11 '** 

_ RuTOV ATINO GENERAL TRACS 

l ABrr.NTKKA w durk Free aattma-4* C* -on, 

A SETT* it I IB * BETTER FRITS 

for cribbing fence* cabinet work SHINGLES THAI foil AEHt|i|_ 


THE BOOK rXCHANOE 


r Goorh and Mi*. , Quadra at Fandnr*. alao 111 Cook 


hi in Lanaduwne Held Wed- 

n**day. Anr.l 27 PhOBd 7-3107 


llurnaiila Wed ‘>(1 Muai taka phone order* 

„ . „ Typing, filing financial date- 

EXPER1ENCED GARDENER TWO met.la E*-ierivnceti a Ir I preferred 


ti l.an»*»*ff all in Vidor.*; 
nn» brother CFO Fl*'nn. H C N 
FunerEI frbm llerwatd'* Chanel 
ox lue.'l** Mat 3 at ID 14 * 05. , 
Rey , I A Itouerta offlclalmi Cfe- 
m a tiws 


Bt II to 7 3-1111 I/38T. SMALL DLACK CHANGE 

— - — putt# rimialnlng iwn imporiaut 

HIQHEST CASH PRICES PAID 6«v* Ptaaa# phune 1-8(10 
for good u«ed clothing 2-3614 , 


day • weekly Angela Hotel 


Pl**.e replr In handwritlna to Bui 


5VE ARE JUST THS ONE TO 
clean up your larage. baiemant ai-^lorta Ph->k# Ken and Hay l-l**4. Wof(M - T ii*r-n,-.i. aw»w. M * 

ne or boulevard Wa rake any- 3 43*1 Tree edlraele. "7/'”® TRAC POR BEItVICE 

thing rtionr 3-1634 after t 10 — “ , (hawitig. d|»«-,n# i-iHU 

1-JItl 1 FOR KITCHEN CAfUNITB AND ‘a’ ru leveling backfill,* ] * * r] 

other inlerlor alteratidna cootgit . , ... _ _ , 

Al L TREES FELLED ~ TOPPED H S Mgtrm 2-248' * ’ * - 1 TOTO TIEUNtf 


tftitit* of any kind, artdl- 
rub*, f-aram*. labor on- 


M i*,* a ting 
and both . 


lit *'d a ti 
*1471 


SLNOiJC MAN WANTED TO WORK 11,7 • Victor. a Prev# 


■in dairy farm 6-367i» 


B" i nrr»M D V»n,.-- i |t f ,. n He. I A Houerlt officiating Cfe- I TYRRELL'S BEAUTY SALON red plat' 
A?ri :• |itk VI- iinin'f * hi nu.i maiiun Ado Courtney street Phone 3-4*11 and key 

R'Mlfped aant 74 year* bnrn In “ -* — ' " — - 

Ok'owm* an, I . ,r*<8en< vir THOMSON In Victoria an April 
' -v « t,»r Ihe pao it ye* •ear. »'• 1655 Hobart Aleyandei On-iah 

!*'• le.Mex.e M8 Davl.t si ll. 'Bob, Thnm*nn aged (« hu»h#nd | 

leave* litre* ton. Vernon -,f nf Evellry Y Thrnnann 7(1 Middle- I 

N.baim.' IIC* llnhe.. in a mn 8* born in Nanaimo R C 

b> • an' J a ,« e • of Lao ,o,|-b N*"de* hi* wife anrvlved be nn. k J A 1/ I K l/~ 

nr n daughter M*t John -Mar'erv /V\AfsllNo 

Pinrral *ee«lee* w|l lit he’d *• '• Thamai.n nf Vanrpiiaar, grand- 
ly-* •>.n'- M-ii «-v l,n,,.e,t 5«. rhll-lren one niece Mr* Prayer . 

cm. < *n*: -r < mTur- B'-ftltam 4f rumbe.iand SC VACATION 

fly. M - .1 1455 ai I 1, ,1. Maio* » n ' 1 • « r F*’ nephew V r ~ 1 HJM 

Wall*/ <? O.kiv alf.eu.ing • •••«* 

• Chur/n AR Ti|Odi? 1 rii A 

CIUNR I,. Viet,,,., nn April 1* , ’ V . Tm" ItaT' V'T »' ^L-AtNbr 

i 2^.?° w r a*^ 

^ W ‘- anSM? ; Sk«.S '* «>, b€ sure to consult 

\*-„* A I >' v td ale Van mure i 4fP(J ^ i#jei niiuid* Aten.,* 1 

1 jr;. ,h * 0dver " sem * o,s OD - 

I mO n»M*"i"«yet Prederl, t of rdm.tninn. Chriampner Wad* _ • ., %, 

•I'.hn •--! R* vtnonil .Tame* h.,-h In California and Erie of Q.,#- DCOTinq in the VOCOtlOn 

in Vlrtoila algh. araridrhlldrrn be< nn# danahter Mrr I A , 

Ih-.e gre-a -giand, h'.ldren. nne Mabel, Y»«man* In Victoria! in »K,c 

brother Iona* Peier Ptunlund, It grandchildren 10 great-grand- 'GlS Section. 

In Vleisrla . rhtfdren 

Ftine. al frnm Hayward’* Chapel Funeral .eryir* in Hayward* 

6n Monday Via V 3 . J wm ne, Monday m*. i .. a There VOU will find od- 

Cannn 5 J Wtraeni nlfina'ing n m fte- O R Ea*rer offlrlatlni ’ 

lnlarm* 'l -t R"*a Bay f'ematery I Cremation .Nn flower*' , . , 


_ 1 LOST. ON PANDORA AVER tilt J* 8 " 01 TED LIBERTY MAR- 

, f*d pi*. Me pur*e containing mu ney b,r a ' inp '_ ’ _ _ ' 


STFNOORAPIIER H'XJK KEEPER Jo# \90 (mair'^liataj *L*EI*M 
requlrad .n-me lia.trl* Mutl b- j-4482. |.IU5 W 


I? taper, cured in office routine 


FRAMING FINISHING CON- 
trarf* glittery *’»p*, kl1eh*n r *-, 
Ine; > M Anwyil, 4-84IL It N'ld 


THOMSON In Victoria an April _ Jlips 

I#, 1955 Hobart Alegendei n-i-iah i female cat. Stall St. CPL. 7-37(5 

'Bob- Thnm*>yn aged M hutband 1 .. — _ . — - • 

bf Evellry F Thom*, in 7(1 Middle- I REWARD LOST. APRIL 28. 

mn Ry born In Nanaimo R C *' u * *udgt*. Children a SOI 4-7428 

da u aRta t* ' * g" */ * £2: ,V !t.V#S: MAKING TOUND YELLOW CANARY APRIL 

rMIdren on# niece Mr* prater LOST BLUE BUDOIB MOUNT 

r 5 , . h T,.r'..jr.-"''* * r VACATION 

Hemamt will lie m alal* In IS WANTKD 

Melrupnliian Chureli nn Tt|*»d*y 1 r~! | * k. if 5 nin n 

Mae 1 a< 13 nnnn un'tl r>mer#( Pl_ApJS< MAKE HF.I.I 

•e,y| . ti III p m Be. P P R — 

Jam*. Iin alfl.latlna Hayward* WANTED — INSTRUMENT MI 

in hark* | rheme "A" Cla»* for Induetrial 

* danartmani of Vanoouvar liland 

WADE In Vlelo.l* ney April IA I f ka a- .1* pulp mill Parmaneol pnaltlon with 

t*55 Chi r*i "pher Auxin Wad* >urc IO LontUIT oppnrtunily for advancemant flu# 

eyed an Of Itm IIHIalrle Atenii* 1 , ‘a eipanainn program 


and ley* 2-4111 Reward 

POUND. YOUNG OREY TABBY ASSISTANT MANAGER 


E*t elleni working rnndlilon* MSA JIM FAIN! WILL DO YOUR OOD 4 4778 

Irenelllt G tired -alary Pnr ap Jnlr* CTnlRe.llne* III* drain. '%• . wu.urary 

p,y|n Intent Phune Earmei Conitruc- P"ntry reuaji*. rerneut aork. tig A ^ * 

ll., n Md 4-8511 Call t 6604 INO BCRRAM A MITCHELL 


REQUIRED BY 

FINANCE COMPANY 

Ring!* 

Age 2l-1d 

High School gradual# 

Own automobile 

N>, *,p»nenee neeei.ary 

S'artlnt aalary (lit a month 

Personol Fmonce Co. 

S(D A Yate* Street 
Fhnnt 7 (345. 1 5 10 pm dally 


CAMUkR. hostess 

PAN IR V GlRI. and rpenma lag r>mpl» • ft-yi|- u* u* 11, * |vri * R f FTOVAriHa HEAVY 54 A'TIINB 

Molb putlnon. available a. r* .c* t teping .errleyt al reaaoriaol# r*t*a , • m,U N'im* aarelce. d .ea . go. -8 |o4i 1.4*72 

R'M*#rar,l» Un Hr.ade employ (-41(8. ( my 2 1.72 

m.nl Anri? between J and , ,a M .ve _ HoTDVATTNO Dt1(.H]Nn 

... Yale. S ree fiARDENING AND FARM JOS i (MINT Rota'lllrng D,i| Meadow, 4 • ia| 

EXFEHIENCED SECRETARY I'roV.? TOR YOUR CONCRETE WORK nOTOTJLI.fNO NY AN lieenr 

SHS 5S rsr&swftff rssr- - 


ACCOUNTING 


BOOKKEEFINO 


Phona Ja- *. 4 4(42 

FRANKS HOTOT71 I’lll, (llhntN. 
leed Euler* email **(• I-C.U3 

OAHUFNB 1*010- IIU III A, 
Mameo 1-34JO 7 3218 

EXPERIENCED ~ROTOV ATINO - 
L*r*» or ,rn*ll Fhon* I I' Ik 


riAai# lyplat Five-day peek p»n- 
ainn plan Apply with lafereoca, 
816 Ra*Mon St 

TWO AMRITIOUS WOMEN FOR 
part-time evening war* Hut own 
and drlva r*r Phona I-7J73 or 


• • p d (h til 1418 HHIalrle Avenue I . 

burn In Cnvantry Ehaiahd Bar- the odverf iscrnenfs OD- . 

.M.1 h, Iky.e# tab. Alfred Wad* P >n ••rvlnn, inatalii.-i fnaTatataiha Duti.. hanfll. 

<*f rdmuninn. rheiampner w#d* _ ., »/ *■ thduairlal tnaieal inairumanta and !L_,* * n i may. ri» 

Deor ' n ? ,n ,he Voco " on -aranaw ... 

.r r r.'«ssBr 11 s..r3si-;Guid* m rn,, section, | „ r s „„, 

fhildren f plan HI A. group Inaurooca. aicfc *°« i-*»- Vlttan* Free* 


2-3724 or roll ai Boom 4* In Arena V,r * . 7 ' 40M 
during chilli ilnn week COLLBOE r 


John Duckworth itm emej* 

. , # ** 0 •* n * Capital Cleaner , 
II 31 wnr«h of dry rleanin* Ju,i 
nh"*# 2.1114 

CAJt PEN 1"EK BEPArRS ALTERA 
uont, atep, ran net, Reaaanab;* 


vTi rruorr newcm, rn , TOR Tilt BEST IN RrrroTILLINr! 

Juat DRAINS Wl.,«, 

llb*4 W TRACE 6 2471 - J_ 


PETER I.APINVUO CEMENT r ON- 
• raricr All work guaranteed ( 1*73 
evening* 


WJOMTMAN 

ra'ulilliug tall 7 3(51 


pnrlunily for a-l.anrem.n- due _ . . _ 3-37J4 or coll *r Boat# 4* In Arraa '* , 40M e.ehint* ^**^| , a T -,.y^!^ ,^ ! U ' 1, ' 0 ~• A,, *' 

e.panaian program CoShtCr-BookkeepC'' during efblblttap w##t _ CDLLKIE STUDENT. II. DESIRES ROSS HOLLY 3-6J66 CEMENT J MN * BILL MILLER * k ,*a 

^ O0*» iBSuMnau* and .wpfr.enred TYPIST FOn CASHIERING AND ,ltT .CTtaUffertng ta driveway# corwaik. drain, nr,-myy..w * ’* 


Itulvx to Colonist fj ant Ad Hradinn* 


verfisements summer 
resorts, hotels; motels. 


t lan. HI A. group Inaurooca. aica 
inefll 

App'lcanl, ta aubmlt eapenenre, 
education, age marital ftr.U. «r. 
in rival loiter 

Pulp and paper m.II eaperlenc* 
preferred but not ecaentlal. 


trial bafnr* p*Tmanenl 

So* I. MS. Victoria Free* 


13A SALESMEN and 

agents W anted 


ere <1I« offlre aark faperlent# e«- ih,,, »na6 Fhuna l llll 

aenilal Age 31 la 31 Permanent BASEMENTS AND ODD irma 
nnaitian Apply Standard Furniture -lalh*. list p ”l a? tn.f^ 
__ _ Vaieran 4-4411 

'.iu- -M OM rt?ai^?' C Hi AM ,IP V*»»DR BABEMENT6 

and ?|.^r.n«n. u 'win Mm r * * ,,h ,n,,;4 e»tf»aWJ 2-3UJ 


fOSTRUTuI^ 


r. r |7ar TU a J ' ,NO- » r ’ r 2 R A UOOU JOB 

C«|J W Ho»M } )09) 


rlathei lint pa fa* iniiallefl CEM ENT WORK. FOUNDATJON8 FILMBIwo a Mi HEAYINn 

Veteran 4 4(11 fPwni aidewaik, ete Reptir lank, — - 

til# d'aint aewer* Bat'*'* ’ ' *' ' ' 

CLEAN UF YARDS BASEMENTS guaraiite.d o D Underwood A Plumbing Serv, t # 

with Iruek Free eetimate* 3-3U3 1-»15| j __ 4-164I Day nr Night 


men' Apply m pe,*nn inflieldual 
0*v Cleaner* 1S16 Fort 


DERLRE WORK EVENtNOS AND 
Saturdaye, gardanlnf heavy war* 


"eturuaye, garCtnlng h< 

TOR B-m 1621. Victoria Free* 
email li*d(* and la wan on tan* - - — 

H%* In) good reference* If Inal- BOOKKEEPING SERVI 


Pita** lepiy to Boa |l». Victoria ^g,, rsTAr* SA1ERMAN WITH ln; I™* 5 f»<»r*nc#e If Inaa- 

_ l "no" aZL\ loe 1 !!™ ZllT’L. ^ U 

TEMPORARY aaaimwr arm rt. •' ▼•»** (f" 4 B'o«H Eacelleni can- . H 3. Victoria Frea* 


GILBERT BROWN ■ ^^DMEINO •KEA+INO. 

Orna/al Cam.-arior »*"»«:‘1«S Ull Oovars- 

Bserl anting ' In rnent Sl_ 4-1443 

MASONRY COW^rnUCTION EMPIRE PUlURINn~i _ ur.,,u-' 

FTtab. Of flea 4.«T1_Home 7 *222 

BLOCKED DRAINS. TANKS RE- 5^*' H- ' 

pair* drainage problem* Roady- j p|TT S T ^ r- 

mu rantrei* rmf.hlng and forma 1 1 ' & HOLT LTD 


Mff,. "23? ssr ^ ”’ u ^r2 ro *,^"j±,r zz , , 

drapery Seamstress eeferi- r L , u * 00 000 • n 1 nr 1 T A HARVEY LTD 

anrefl; kirn tllp.-rovan part-time ’ ® Pha,1# 1 1#0 * OUTTEfl AND DOWNPfFE RE- _ TOUMRINO * HE ATINO 

home work would be eonaldered. FAIfTTINg — INTERIOR KXTB P?J, r *1 •b‘ , *f!fl*o''*d M«»1»l Sheet «po »»— RenewaH - - Frampt Seryico 
Bn* 1 136 Viet ana Free* rlar nea! work. 1125 hour 2-1JM 2'- 1* Do sg .a* SI 2-261 ft _ 3 47,4 

HGT.-NEKFEPFR F'-B TND JWBI I B B S P ■'ft I a »Cf D '’-ARDENBR KJT„ 7,OU * f MOVEIU 1 ^ JACKING Wr.'tMV., ANft lb at LATION 


nanay wttB camping » ipertenre Sgwwr and Saptlg Task Bervieo >ng Alterat«osa mrluied 
fond riding, apart* want* rni*r*«l - Mud era vacuum mathwd Rabiova* Yuwr fuartnee* nt cuaiom • 


Rboo# Oar Taylor 

3 3371 

VITORIA ROOFING B 
IREULAT70W CO 
Ml Fort Bt 

BARRETT -TV AJTTBNNA SBBYlCS 

■rark Robortaoa ^ 

2166 Dowgia* 

Doy 2-6644 Night 1-6462 


FHJT YOUR GOODS ON DISPLAY Where the Reader Traffic Is . . Classified Ads - 3-4111 


Colonist W/jnt Ads for Results 
iPhone 3—11 1 1 8 a.m. lo 8 p.ni. 


COLONIST CLASSIFIED WANT 


CLASSIFIED RATFS 
lie y,e* ,ma ,1* at. , , . 

f*'» three ,layt 14 >e- Lp# far 

• day, tl 14 p. r Im* tor oae 

* 'nth >24 day,' aiwyy* >#ie, apply 
t« fosaerut.va in>r '.i >ii* aait ftuse* 

' > 'ing., liwriUem H< p. r I.ne 
Can'-aet nbi nn apph- alias 
W n m:ua al«*>untit iwa (in** 

liirtft Notice, ii oo per i naan twa • 

Death* Funeral Natua* net i 
■'"t og 12 liar*. 21 OO tim luatrUac 

and 11 6n awbaequrnt in>ertioo* 

F. ltd addition*! line 15« daily 

Marriage,. In Meinariym Nniige, 
r«’d« nf r banka anl ra. eedinj 11 
lin.y || »o per in.iTtlpn Each 
addi'iatiai I'b# 12c daily 

nil MS OF rt'BIICAfTOh 


« m-ATILS 

CNoldACK On a,, m ia | an* 

J, ilm tile* Cnima, a aged 16. 
huauaiid »f lleaata Marguerite 
, C'.inia-k nf 104* Rank street; 
burn " Ynefcahire England Bur- 
»'*en he h'a a (flow ,.n« daugh- 
ler M,i Joan Craahy, Vl-tprla. 
twa 4>*ndi hildren ion aiileia 
in 6 n alarul me- r , and nephew. 
In V ii 1 hi la - Mi — C'<»'i*r» wa, a 
mem lie? of SI Andrew, Lodge. 1 
A V * AM and Royal Ar. h 
and Bierepiury , 

Funeral fnuu flat ward - Chapel 
nn Tueeda* Alat 3 at III yn,| 
Rey Dr J G Bluer, officiating 
Interment naval n*k 

DONAIDRON A» the Raya' Jubilee 
linipiia art Ftld*,. Anrll 76 


fl CARDS OK THANKS 

Th# gralitud* in our haart* ((it 
never be full* eapreued but w* 
•ant our friend. #ug neiahbora io 
(now how much their kind wnrd, 
and eapreaairwi, nf ,rmp*lhr have 
ineaui <• gurlna Our rerent 

lime uf eorraw In ih# tad ip*, of 
a beloeed mother and father IJll* 
and WtUlam leorke We wmild 
•penally with to thank lha auler* 
and nuraee of Mt SI Alary and 
S' Jo-enh • Huipitala fte. Bol- 
too alao Dr Flerr* d Eatniba 
Mf, Mable Thometin Urk Jnbn 
Ui uimn Ull Vlolat BltahL Ur 
William Lock*. 

We wl*h to egpreaa our nearlfelt 
thank, and appreciation for ih* 
act, of k-nlneu maa.aga, of yw- 
palhy ant beautiful flneal tribute. 


Complete Radio Programs for Sunday 

c 


WVMII It 

6K0A — 1210 It 

■ *s»rs«iisni mn riu 

c 0 U 690 ko 

sa •abmllUd and far 

KIR0— 710 ks 

■ 00 Nawt 

i ll ' Salvation army 

* 16 Hal, allow Army 

• 41 Maaaag* af Ufa 

Hew* Top o Morning 
Tap o' th* Marnlng 
Too 9 ih* Moralng 
Tap o th* Momma 

Mum 

Sunday Maimng 

Keclta’ 

Church of th* Air 
! Churrh at (be A'r 
Churrh of the Air 
Church of Hi# Air 

6 66 law*. Funnlra 
6 18 Readtna 'be FuAnt** 
6 36 PTA Show 
6 45 Par, lament Hill 

»• wp^el# 

Fred Waring 
□•lien lor trr'&g 
D»,ron for l iving 

SBC New, S Coot 
Random Reader 
HainuNir nartMie 
Harmony Harbor 

•kit Lika leoemari* 

Salt Let* ruumarla 1 
InvHatiaa ta 
Learning 

16 6# | SuBiay Caaarn 

, 16 IS 1 Sunday Concert 
16 Jd Sunday Concgrt 
lu 45 Sunday Concert 

Hew# Broadway 

Parade 

Tide, of Mnaie 

Tide, uf Mum [ 

S C Qardaawr 
Juat Mary 
I# Hll Service 
In Hll Servlco 

Hew, Serenade 

Hun Jay Serena, i# 
Philadelphia Orch 
Philadelphia Orrh 

11 06) New, Concert 
11 15 i Church Serelco 
II 50 Churrh Sarvlra 
1 1 45 1 Church SyrytrS 

New* Chart" Oervioe 
Church SerMe# * 
Church Hereto# 
Church Service 

Wtambfi kfuaic 
Chamber Mueic 
Reiigiau* Per'-.d 
Brliamna Period 

Philadelphia Orrli - * 
Philadelphia Orrh. 
CuUinel Vodrhe.a 

- ■■ 


Rwaip Pulpit 
Radi* Pulpit 
Comia Weedy Mas 
7 umn Weekly Man 

G"»p*l Haul 
Re'reiot;* •>*■ 
Eternal Light 
Eternal Light 

Anthoingy 
Antholugy 
uhawy, naue 


inday 

i ft Inaeewral* Haling* 

CJOR— coo ko 

CKWX— 010 ko 

Win#* ot Realm* 
Wing* af Heaiina 
Lutharap Churrh 
Hebrew Chrtafian Hr 

Walvauah army (la 

Ra'valian Army 116 

Bark to God i 6 26 

Bark to Ond i g *i 

Plank and Ernaat 
Ray Sprtngalt 

Lutheran Bunt 
Lutheran Hour 

Btortra Along Wky i 6 00 
Star i*a Along Way 1 t ift 

Va co 01 Pruptrawy • ( M 

fo'oo Of Pruohary | ,( 

Bri'iih taraai a**. 
Muale 

M.ueir of tyraol 
kfuaic of laraal 

Bit"* inatitata ! 7)0 06 

Bibia loatituta | ia t( 

Biblo Inatituta in (o 

Bibia Inatituta 1 U u 

Metropolitan Tab 

Meiropollta.i Tab 
Metropolitan Tab 

New* 1100 

Ryeraoa U Church u || 


Phono 3-4111 for Colonist 
Classified 


I 19 !U SINKS* 8 KKMCKS 

rvoofua AND flogs iandixo 

M (■ U FLOOR CO 2 Tit -F'r. r 

I* 'log, landing \flnlyhT4g !-ea 

lift k #«•■•«»( '' hun# « - i 

“ 0 _ T'r:\ u ^ »•••'■■« Co "j.i v 

or log s. 

»» I K '■ 

X 1 **EIUJW OOD* FLOOR Co' J!>M 

Di'Uglat Free eytima’e, ■ 4-7u, 

twIJ | ! ?» * Hi’ APLEY-FI lXJh SANDING 

ipii^a , 0 ^lni A h » c Oui?ACtivd E*li- 

P hD; ; 

to 10 110 II NS ti I ' 

ta InU l/WTALLA-nONS AND RSPA1RS a 

u [Its i . 

'h„.rk .’.‘ta F.IIIGMM. 


29 * ai, V ttotmlit. Vktw<« 

Su"0«y, Mor 1, 1935 

ID HI SINKS* SKBYICK8 

Bniroib - ok johni WANvrLLi 

f-v/f inxulat'-bo aid rg« and #av «• 

li ugh* AIM) (OBDMIff lira* vl 
In* a ll la (ail* t * 

Parker johnston (.to 

Ml* J-klx: #-•. MM 

ROOFING INSULATION 
SIDING 

O'nrral Hum# Maintenance 
Dp to ttva v#*r» Id pay ai naif 
I IWft 

rnr.n jmtimatm 

PACIFIC COAST • 

INSULATION A ROOFINO 
CO LTD 

I00» VIEW , J- ]«3I 

Phan# J T XlicOrtgor MMI 

_ W 9AHINQ M \< HIM IIIVI11 

• iiA/triiun repair shop 

Wexhtna Mai hint Sprclallxt* Mtn 


WASHING MACHINES 
wrPAina to ail maku with 
TRAINED BERVlCtftlll.N 

ONLY FACTORY itir-i tr.rMi.ST 
PA UTS USED 

Mclennan McFEELY 
& ppioi? . 


FUEL 


ATX BLOCKS SLABS If DOUfl- 
Ut fir Nn edging, N* runotah 

I 1 ! rnrdl. Ill 1-8338 

Acnvf ruHt” S vTtm cormor- 
im 87 W-md and kindling 1 in 
IU4I 

11 - 1*09 BONE DRY SPLIT 
•v»rt l»* ror.1*_XM- Atam Fral 

«f! err HR CORpWGOD CUT TO 
nnlrr ties# furuac# or fireidar* 
war Mt VO rnrd 9-22315 

AGRICULTURAL SAWDUST DRY 
• having) for 'arm mill »»»;* for 
rnart Phase I-2353 


Sowdusf. Coarse No. 1 Fir 

2 Units bv Blower SI 4 00 
2 Units bv Bulk .... 8 00 

1 Cord Ploner Tnds 7 00 

2 Cords 2-foot Fir 7.00 

Dr? Inxida rar B'bcki I Cord* 111 

Heovv Thick Bork Slobs 

D| - O 1 /- J. 


Fertilizer Sowdust 
Haulma Chorae Only 

IDEAL SAWDUST FUEL 
CO. 




CJ VI— §00 ks 

4 rta 

N#a» 

4 13 

Sreakfavi airh Walt 

• !•* 

■•*•» H -*•*!*>) 

. 43 

Oieakfaat with Wail 

a 9o 

New* Quli 


Helen Iiem 

» )9 

r>Uf O* f*"naa* 

1 44 

(1 -oa of Mamorie* 

10 90 

Nawi Sit far -Oo# 

ID 13 

dit-for-Gne 

10 30 

On the Mura 

19 43 

Left Oa to Ealona 

11 OO 

Newx Olid 

II 13 

Whlip-r'.ng SUe#'.# 

11 JO 

I r iea'<«* 

11 43 

rtltania 

13 90 

Saw* * ealtoar 

13 D 

Mat In** 

>J JU 

-lew, “oort* 

12 43 

VI* Una* 


Complete Radio Programs for Monday 

■ •(araiall**) •• radio M«|raaaa It aappllad It IM ItDaMiiil alillwa 
Tka r oloaalal yrlnU program, rorrrrtlona •■* ftamaa at xabaa liked and dott not atttoi* re,p*n,iMtil, lor laartoralt Italian. 


I 00 I Nfta, Quit * 


CK0A — 1 2 10 ko 

N«aa Suort* 

Dart Mill lb»t 
New* Dirt Hill 
Rnrtni Report** 

New* Lombard* 

It t Mr Living 
Htuiee'lr Muiidar 

HoutoUtfv Holi day 

Naw# rima Oul 

Luck r Lada 
Lucky Lady 
Lucky Lady 

. Nrti Murlc 
i Mtpi» i »«f June non 

Sunny Sidt or streot 
‘Vourag Aildta Brown 

Nrat Hit Harado 

Y.'iur Hit Parade 
New* Sport* 

Horn# with Martina 

Nova Party Unt 
.tty Lint 


CIU — 190 ks 

Saw.. It i ■ Ml.-Xl 

Brrtkfttl Club 

"• «'x*l Tub 

Anything Ooai 

Neat Cummertary 

Aunt Lucy 
LAurt Llailtrd 
Compoxer'x Corntr 

Mo>nn» Viait 
Tht Happy Qtnt 
Tht Htppy Oand 
Muttcai Kitchen 

Ka'.t Aitkin 
Kindergarten 01 Air 
A klao and lila MimIo 
M an »DMu Vl utu 

Mm tr a Hla M .tie 
Ntat. n.Toartta 
farm Hruadcatt 
Mar Wtathtr *#•* 

Concert Hour 
Cnnrart Hour 


KIRO-NOke 

New a 

Ctitfortf and Clara 
Clifford and Car* 
Clifford and Clark 

Ntwa. Storki 

U#*lo Vallr 

Mtkr tip * Mind 

Second Huthand 

w«nd« Warm 
Roaenatrv 
Helcr rveol 
Aval 

Road ol Lila 
Ma Prrkint 
Dr UaiODt 
Oumlw Light 

Second kin Burtnn 
Perry Maion 
Nora Drat- 

Br-gbitr Day 

Ntat 

>'l Sony 


K0M0 — 1000 ko CJOR-«Olki 


CKWX— HOko 


mgf&szsz 


20 PROmsfnNAI. 

SKKVH KS 

COM 41 I MIST HO MY a 

HIE PHIOIIY JON‘VALl_ACfc.\T — 
Move AND HOSPITAL * 
Ur.ovr lh* i art of tht St art of 

lli» mat 

bft* li.ouv ILgliaay Lanclaad 

i Ttjj 

manor private ‘hospital 

* MBL XS£*Ufli;_aiitAla*. *c rvtr» 

I IIABTl Btn AC-COI STANT.A 

R J CASSON A CO 

*1J Vita ) at Phan* J-MM 

____ • HIKOra II 1 1 1 it « 

JOHN XI STURDY _ ■ -- 
“■ptr I He Oiliwprarior'* 
Ntiirocalnmetdr 

Blanahard 8ti-*( |. -,014 

I ONsl LTINtt STB \ If I 

A V SEKTL'M HA HD ITOR- 
an*fi. Wort grail ua >t C l.i- 

Ktlly Irainawl "‘trrlagt ro>in<t 'I»r. 


2 Cords Solit Wood S 1 0 
2-4622 2-2832 

SAWQUST SALE 

O.se-DAY^pKMVEKV 
Ou» taaflutt 4 * it (runt Dougta* fli 
I'igt Hvtifrig rparat drv ttwd'iti 
If not 100 1 r yiur mnntv » til 

fct jtfjiidro Ail »ur trurka art 

• mtwaurrd end ‘lumped 

Dtilvtitd >i Sidney. Brer-' wood 
tnd Ma .Iiiialn 


2 units Blower 

3 units Blower .. 
2 ! 2 units Bulk 

DHILLON 

1-SJII COD 


. $12 00 
.... 17 00 
8 00 

FUEL 

l-at»a t«u 


i'iiv irtiiir^ iiiirriaw t ro*in>»''<ir r . . . .r*.. ,r-r 

M»n: P.ihdUuJlin i HH for WOOD AND SAWDUST 


No | fir Wood tlnve-ltnaih very 
rill IRI,| \ 4|, . -ft to «p.lt Oaaod lor ki'rhen, 

— hda'.v? furnact and genera. Uae 

UNWANTED 11 A I 11 REMOVED (ready to burn Ileal auod In toan 


No | Ptr Wood stove-ltngih very 


t wy Nrta Slg-for-Ona 

T «» -*l»-fn» -One 
3 30 Hilly O Cnnnnr Ah»a 
1 4S Thfgy Sunt 

3 Mi Calling the (tland 
I Ik Calling the lr and • 

3 )« Calling Hit Itittid 

3. ta Calling the laiunat 

4 44 IfH PartaW 

4 13 HllParade 
, t Id Prtd't ClUO Hrmtt 
4 43 Prvd t ClUO HWlIt 

a no Adrenturt P*. ir 
i 13 Arkventur* Hour . - 
4 10 Star Time 
3 43 Neat Spurt* 

« on Red Skvttnn 

• la Htd Hkellnn 

R 30 Kioiaer M*Nl-i 

• 41 Oreal UllJi'V'eta* 

1 00 Dirk haiey Neat 
1 13 Curtain Time 
l 30 Curtain Tun* 
o 43 Curtain Cht*nui 

a 'W n - at wnttn 

R 13 Vienna Dreamt 
Rio opportunity Knarkt 
R 4.3 Op nor t inity Kn-jck* 

y oo Return Jotirnea 
> 15 Iteturn JOLgnt > 

V 30 Livea nf !‘;rry ClffDT 
*45 Live* nl N»rr/ l.nn* 

10 041 New « r tiei 
10 15 It»*ero. •• Vie 
It) »■> Dnntnii t C'. iire 

10 45 Dopti.o * Chmre 

11 00 Neat nciurtr 

II 13 ' Mutlc (111 Midnight 
II 30 Mutlc till Midnight 
II 45 Mu»ie UH M.dmght 


Parly 1 :ne 
Eddie Canldr 
Kd01« Cantor 

Brnadrari 
Tiane-c ad* Mat 
rraaa-Caiiaoa Mat 

U Arthur Oodlray 
A r Ibii i God.rry 
Arthur Oudlrry 

Nr*» Club 1299 
duo i;u. 

Club 1390 
Club ,1290 

Tran* Can Matlnaa 
Traoa-Can Maunda 
Piavint Pavonie* 

Tsday a Mync 

Arthur Unofray 
Ar'hur O'mfrry 
Hilltop Rout* 
Auni Mary 

Krai I3iib 1390 
Hinging 0am 
Kiddie Kaovra 
Riddle K a para 

Tod*v a Muair 
Today# M<;alc 
Camp WUderneu 
Child a Ou>d# 

R Ac tan. Toy Talk* 
Tim# Out 
Tim# Out 

l-retrrti*# leta'jt 

Naai. Tht Sheriff 
!'•# Sheriff e. 

- Nrwi. The Sheriff 

thanao rial let 
Chansrin* -.w* 
fratfic Jam*, -■■. * .. 

Na*r Weatnar 

ProtegllV^ L*a*U# 
lioua<air*a me 
rlu-jaawive* Inc 



Xli.exlonea al *4*lody 
Naaa, Mileaionei 
X1i.eelui.i-x nf Melody 

Hut nit Report 1 
Oon Xlruar * 
Idandera 

News Dav# Pag* 
Tom Harman 
•»r»"* aura 

Neat Caah Clnax 

■ Ca*h Clue* 

1 Taka a Chanr* 
Taka a Chanr* 

CBC National Naaa 
New* P' undiio 
lu Rime' Fallow 
Summrr Fa!lo» 

Pnrv coma 
CLauUirrt 
A mu* n Andy 
Ami, n Andr Nra* 

Ntat Outdoor Soort* 

r-l Omoinn 

Barn Danr* 

Boo UiM', m ail l* 
Bob MiM'ulitn hno* 
CBC fly m phony 

Mr and Mn Norib 
Mr and Mra North 

i.|rnt txmut 

Barn Danre 

Orrhritra 

Talrnl Scout* 

NeW( 

Tfe#iur« Ch«a( 
Treaxur# ram 
Trraxur* Chad 

CBC Symphony 
Ottbealia 

Dtxtlntuixhed Artlata 
DtatlnguKhed AGUM 

T#nne*»r# Ernie 
Trnne»»e# Erni# 
Lowell Thomaa 
Bui. Crniby 

New, H<ni,r P.rly 

N. % 

Baxp 'n' Bh"p 

flout# Party 
limit# Partr. Hporta 

Pravlnria, Aftaua 
Claevlr-Talrx 
1 Clmolr Tale* 

hrr -pww* 

Oltmpi* R**>«rt 
Data I'aga 

Newt Leeialauta 

Haim Parly 

TR'iIM Party 
Houaa Parly 

M:dm*tH Concert 
Midnight Concert 
M Onlalr' Grtncerl 
Near Wra'hrr 

Af. Prliam 
4wap and Hhon 
Dane* Time 
Oanca Tim# 


Van:* at Stttn 
Ntat 

Bo'i Nlrhnli 
kl.irnlni Rro*’-) 

I h t Sit. 

Mu»»c Room 
Mutlc Room 
Uuiio Room 

Newt 

Mu VIC Norm 
Mutlc Room 
llgilt Rourn 

Ktrt;#Dnt Wit# 

Sec .in d Chance 
Sir.#* |i Bun 
Stri ke It R ,rh 

Pltrate <ha» Part 
OarJen Ouldt 
Dr Norman V Peal# 
Tltt Doctor t Wjf* 

farm Ntat 
Neat 


Batktiagt Wifa 
<jit..a Dana* 

Woman in My Heuaa 

3 uung Wlddii or van 

Juti Plain 8UI 
Loren to Jonta 
Hatel for Cau 
Art Haler 

Woman m U it 
Woman in Leva 
Thu Woman'* Neerat 
Myron J_ Baan tu 

CpBMBUter'a Special 
uOti.muitr t i-pet ia. 
■CommlUtr't Special 
Com Special Neat 

Citsimutcr't ADacial 
Neat 

Hue kt. Weathtt 
L iner Pbttmn 

Spotlight Ravtew 
Ale* Dre t. 

POMt Pnrum 
Eye* Wright 

Pi no# r McOt* Molly 
flretl Ollderuetia 
Meet Ihe Maetlro 
M * • t the Maettro 

Ntat oi Hit World 
Out Min t kanillg 
Henry J Taylur 
Cap-ult Concert 


Neat 

Dm* o I'jnaa 
Billy Hroana 
Hilly Brown* 

Billy Brown* 
Bllii Hroane 
3uy Uimbtrdo 
Due tnmkardn 


Nta*. sporta 
Boo a inn 

Nta* Bora tan 
Boo a tan 


New*: Rob • Inn | • 30 
Boo i Inn • • 1ft 

Maple leal Junctiou 130 

My Living • 8 4ft 


N#«t 

■ 

(10 09 

Th* Homtmagf-t 

Today * MU* 

; io i» 

Th# Hnmrmtkrn 

Today'* MU* 

1 10 M 

Th* Hoiu#aiak#r( 

39-a-Day 

1 10 *3 

wan <n iba Houaa 

Newt Wally 

1 11 00 

Mari in Ihe Houaa 

Youna A loot) Brown 

11 13 

ihnw'im* 

Parry Uaaoo 

, 11 30 

♦howiini# 

Ouidtn* Light 

1 II 43 

New* Melndlet 

New* 

1 11 08 


Riiyihm Pa.# 

13 13 

Kidd'*- Karaita' 

Rhy'-bm Pal* 

IMS 

Neat. Around Horn* 

■Utythm Pala 

13 43 

Man About th* Haute 

New*. Ultima i 

l oo 


Him*# ol Mnaic 


t ait II Laky 
Tata It Eaay 
Take It Ca ay 
Take ft Eaay 

Ta** ll Pat? 

Takt ft Eaiy 

Whlaperlng Street* 

Mutt.-a) Vaneutt 

Ntat Them* 

Them* fur ^ it** 
Them* lor I rent 
Lai? Lltlenlhg 

r"u r uttning 
Katy Llilenmg 
Lav uia.tntnt 
Laty luttaning 

tui Luitnmg 

Ea:.y Lltlemng 
PioPer MeOe* 

Orral Qlldert eti* 

rayorlt# fl'nry 
Pavorlle ssnry 
Brld Venture 
bold Venture 

Newt. City Mlkt 
That * Pair Ourtuoa 
Opportunity Knock* 
Opportunity Knock* 

Human Hr. anon* 
Human Relation* 

Vie Water* Show 
vie Water** Show 

Ntat. Around H-itna 
M ill) . Otv Hall 
Emtiergioa — 
Emotriloa. Who Meal 

Neat BIU Ward 
BillJAard't Doghirut* 
Bill Ward a Dirgboutr 
BUI Ward'* Doghout) 


HtO. Whit* and Blua 
lied Whitt tnd Blue 
Htitn Trani 
>.ir Oal Sunoar 

Neat. Doodle* 

Pour Out vj Piva 
Pour Out of pti* 
Patti Oul of K:>* 

New* S'.artima 
Star Tima 
>lar Tima 
•la r Tima 

s»t tr Tima 
4uptruian 
Who sin It 
MB fladronm 


Neat, bpurl* 
MD It* Ur non) 

1 .Oil 

9 U 

Ballroom 

1 . 43 

Naaa. Weather 

| TOO 

M M Ballroom 

1 7 1» 

Ouy Lorn oa ido 

| 7 10 

Ouy Loxnbaido 

1 748 


permanently Victoria Eie.tralieia rADr . c 4 n nA 

Centre d-0dl4 tftf Camptarli Bldt t£ Vj LUKUb i I U VJvJ 

N1MINU BLKVK'Ett 1 " nl '* rr «»»rlnat 'bulk only) rg 

_ V n M W* DELIVER TO SIDNEY AND 

V LI N BRENTWOOD 

VlMarla Order of Nl >n - Part- 

hom. «'•“»« “ ,h * Q K FUEL 

3-9013 7«o Top.. ‘ 4-3433 

— J '“ _ _ ‘Serving Viclnrlan* for Over 30 Year* 

M4MMB 

DAVID ANDOUION ) M RRECuC 

Sb coi rectna ihtrapiti DRY WOOD SPECIAL 

pitivvrr iisvpsTioATOBa Sook c Fir Wood 

rmvarr tr *» ertio atobs D ry m.iot fir hinck. mi»e.i wi n 
TROUBLES* PERSONAL OR flUBt* Ihl'k hark liana In 13-lneh |eng"i- 
R'u C/infidrnMai. nperlenred In- Thta aaod It highly rei nmmrnded 
vrtiigaDiit vii.irrninrni ligctUEJl t!<r lurnice firPptar# and kitchen 
and hnn'led M'»de»*te fee Re.etr h »»nae 


2 Vi CORDS $10 00 

1 unlit Pir Start nit rbulk nnlyi rg 

WE DELIVER TO SIDNEY AND 
BRENTWOOD 

O K. FUEL 

Ten Tuna* 4-3433 

‘Serving Vidor It »• for Over 30 Year* 


DRY WOOD SPECIAU 
Sooke Fir Wood 


28 a BUILDING SUPPLIES 2M A III ILDIXG Sl'PPLIKS 1* A HI II.IUNti SLTPL1ES A Bl ILIUM! SUPPLIES 


I M0 HM J»« RANDCjM LENGTIIB 
a- per H i.oan BM 3*» ahnna. 
»35 W W« BM V- Joint!* 130 00 

• -13311 


STEWART & 
HUDSON LTD. 

MEMBER RET AtL LUMBERMEN B 
ASSOC IATION 

SEE OUR SOOTH AT THE 
DC PRODUCTS PAIR < 


Lumber 


Moore- Whittington 
Lumber Co. Ltd 

More Specials for the 
Home Builder 

STOCK NARROW 
WOOD SASH 

M >rt gia * wider vition »ith th'.a 
I'a.inch non! * »• h 


Beryl cp I'd P'.nne t-OJgb. 3-340* 
1.101 <lovernmro*. 


2 Cords, Only $10 mr ever* punroftr tht largeai aele - 

Z ZJ. v lion * gitdr tnd prut lor tvery 

note Tht* apod ii guaranteed puriKtr 


PRIVATE DETECTIVE INVERT!- never IQ water and dry tnuugh 
tt'lon Agent i K J Adrian Rale* fur immediate ute 


Stock Sizes 


tun reqnrM 
143 Yairi 


2irstot>an Uulldlng 
3 4413 


REWARD rur ,m,r 

Tour tfforii with *urce«* tn tniv- 
!ng inilr proh'eim Ailvlra free *i»J 
•tr'ctlv ronfld*n'lal nnii 

NATIONAL 1 .1 V f MTIG ATION UKY 

AOPNCY MIX 

«o >14— <311 Vlt* Phone 4 .*<14 fJ 

-'I PKB80NAL 

ALCOIlOUCa ANONYMOUS 2 V 2 Co 
. R ^' r , ■ df, Hking pra4ilem» nol , 

Rtrrly havy at teen w pertnn fail 
• ho hat ihornughly fnltoaert our „ 
palh " CanDrlrntiai information N B — “*» 
1-0413 31 hiiur* 

ANYONE KNOW INO THE WHERE /*M V> 
ahmilt df Vt re Jren* Cht* * •# r.f L_\ULV 
I e*lle Tfinmat Chat* N.t Win 
mln*ier lit graie «rtvii« Dm I*** J-g**J 
I IS 4 VI Jnru Prett 

ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUR 1-BISI i Pi/ 
Writ* pci Uni |. Virtue! a. u *4-L Jr 

DRKaflKlT THAT AnC DirPETiFNT. I3 u" r ”, 
r*t ouably prired Thoiie 9 4‘.g* M 


SOOKE DRY WOOD CO 

Pur Immeitiale Delivery Phone 
2-3311 


DRY INSIDE FIR 

MIXED whn BLABS 
13-in Length — Very Clean 
HrtUr Wood Cannot lir Boughl 

2’ 2 Cords Only $10 00 

It not I OS', fir vour monty 
• lit ba refunded 

N B —P*a mm* load* tvailaolt at 

(hit DMCa. 


1*3 *-lt Cedar all dressed, e# ll» 3-OiJ-Oit’y. 1 Hie 

U3 «-fI Cedar ail dre»»ert. e# 13 3-Oii-dil 1 * I III* 

1*4 «-M Cedar all dreatfd e* l« 

lit «-fi Tongue arrJ grooi* e* l« 2-***-* 1 *! * I HW 

1*2 «-n Ure*t«d eaeh JO 3-0*41*1*. 3f m 

2»l g.fi lir rated each 13 j-4x4-n*ts 1 lira 

.2*4 a-ll Dreiaed. rarh _ 30 

2*fl •-»« Dr»»*ert. eaeh 30 

3tk •-!». Dr»»*ai3. each . .40 l-0*3-0*l*t 1 Ilia 

1*10 »-M Dr*v»ed. each -SO 3-0xl-g»l\ 3 l|<e 

3*12 0-ft Dreyiert ea..n Ml ,. 0l4 .o,ti. j || t( 

l*g Cedar Bhipiap 6 ll» , . 

HM BM .3 OO J-0x4-0gt *# 3 tit# 

lit end laa Ullltly Bhiplap— 3-4ai-0ilS j In* 

I MOO ft 140 <« 

1*4 and iti Utltliy Tungut 

ateJ Oroove. monger than CPCf** 1 1 

ihiplap cheaper l«i if. 000 • jrcv.tr 

ft ligtN* *13 w» WAI I R( 

1*1 Premium BniPlap M fl 15 H) vvr\LLDl 

l*a Mill Run Bhlptap M f M"« POP TM A" 


i j :» 

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CEDAR FENCE POSTS 

Spill rtdar ixialA each 4VC 

LUMBER "SHORTS" 

Idr*: lor fence picket* vtlt drop- 
ping ttnnr and wall (beathtng 
uridging. »indu» framing inaimal. 
greetitiOUir and tirfliu uve* air 
I «4 « M R cedar. S)J par bundle 
)g nlrffi). etrh 31c 

til * M R cedar, S*S per bundlr 


!*• 0 No 1 com TAiCJ. per buniilA 
• I p.e *«>. et.h -'4y 

U«. • No 1 com T*a dltgi-nlT 
(heaihlng. eul to correct stir 
rrtily to lay on 1« ‘ centre*, per 
bundle >4 pleciki. each 
3*4 <1 M It. *4*4 Ea. n 30r 

2»«, OMR B4S Ea n 34< 

1*2. g M R. K43. Each - «•' 

J» ; g i 1 a hfF redat. 648, *1* 

nvni a clear grade each *c 

FENCES 


btr McOt*. Molly Newt. City Mlkt K**« i • <» 

r*i 'j|lder**«#v# That * Pair Durtuos CocllJNlUy 

rt lh« M intro Opportunity Knock* Ked Bkeltun I • 3* 

it the XlaetUo Opporiumiy Knock* Bed flkelton I • 43 

t* of nit W orld Human Relation* New*. Bing Crotby I ft 00 

> Man . a ar ill* Hum»o Relation* BlngCrbtoy 

rv J Taalor Vtg Watere Shoa Punilc PTo*tcu»or ) ft 10 

i.ul# Concert Vic Watert^Shoa _ Public Pra*ecutor 1- 1 43 

le.. phone Hour N#*t. Around Wimi Ne«t at Ten 110 00 

Teieohnoe Nau M in- Ctiv Hall Mut'c for Dreaming I 10 13 

World Attain Emnergioa — At Clot# of Day ft JO 

World Affair* Em ba r glow . Who Haal cnaptl of Chime* 110 43 

Kirbfteld Repo: lay New* Bill Ward Ntai Sparta II *0 

New* Weathtr • Bill Ward • Doghmita Dale with Boh 1113 

Job Ptnder Bill Ward t DoghouM Data with Bub 11 M 

Th e Biilid BUI Ward’* Doghout) Dal* with Bub 11 43 

•8 A BUILDING SUPPLIES 28B CLOTHING, FURS 

>IIUKS. KTt . 

"2 Stores to Serve U" tBSSS ST&TO.? 

;ree PH Se,Der7 TJS YOl’NO MANS SPORT JAl 1C El 

• -1431 Err* Delivery g-1411 |U| J4 _ J# u cown tated 3-3ft»l 

Eitryth.ng Pram Paundaiiiin io Roof - — 


"2 Stores to Serve U" 

Langltrd - PHONES - Colaood 


FllRNITLBK 


Durold No I Het Shingle*. 

Rrg pr'.rt *9 9« NOW . »7JS 

Piikel Pence. 30 ft for »r»»0 

Whitt Paint Special gal 13 *9 


2-O*4-0lIS I Hie 4J0 1*J or 1*4 pirket* 


BENT A TOOf. AND DO IT 
YOURS ELP 

CemeaL Sand OravtL Lima. Etc 

Langford- 

Colwood 

Budding Supply 


►.♦aboard »ud n§U» 50 iln ft lil Ulftnd HIshvty, Bonki Raid ^ f or |m A<mt UMd FOinlUirr. 

for . - *** 340 Johnt.uj 

Solid board, 0 high fto ta- J*g , ~ 


j, WELLINOTON PIANO. OOOD 
•* \n 1 cnndUton . IJ33 

.•an walnut (nur-potl tain bedcacm 
1.1*3 tullt, camplrle IlkS 

Two coon rnettarlield ehalt*. re* 
ri'i — . ll* 

3-plert Kroahier chttttrlield 
Oiltt . II » 

EU. All ahit« enamel garaaga 

i burnt! • m 

l Kilchen chair*, from as. 

PANDORA USED PURNITURE 
1030 Pandora •near Coo*. J-flJia 

EXTRA SPECIAL 
| Bi* -pitce loaned mahogany bed- 
room iima. new condition iun- 
• Ml* of bed a pair sf rhr»l» tnr 
Mr and Mr* . vanity, large mlr- 
_ - rnr wlih bench; alto a night table 

" n,a All for 1145 A< mi Utcd Puinlturr. 
340 Johntun. 


-*•« 3-Oxl-gal S J If « 

• ,l1 1-014-0*1 J lllg 

.3 00 3-0xt-0gl •# 1 lit* 

3-4x4-0tlS * lit# — 


lilt | 1 *5 

III# 4 33 

lug — 4 ao 

m« . t io 

lit# — „ 3 40 


TAX AND CARTAGE INCLUDED CR | TTALL COLUMBIA |. V.‘. Buy and 

SIDNEY LUMBER m_jnBn»;*; Al 

^ i i *_ many built-in fraturet before you KI18RAW8 

L irrhitnrl ?"■ »"« vlar.t On* ua a caU WE BUY- 

IIIII1UU for your fret catalogue. i vs t Ai 

3331 GOVERNMENT ST ARCADIA SLIDING 

3-5117 - MIM ACC YOULL BE AM J 

GLASS DOORS >ov ran aavt oo 


COLWOOD FUEL 3*4 OrirMecf JUUHlyf Sf’tl io 

Day 1***3 Nigh* 4 1911 jjj N^'V Common S4S M ft 73 Ott 


BI’SINFSS 

PKKHONALA 


4-DAY SPECIAL 

13- mm wood 100'. fir. guaranteed 
Allied Ineid* block* and tiabt. 
Dry enough to utt 

2’ 2 Cords $11.00 

3 CORDS (11 00 

Honeymoon Bov Fuel 

J2«4 »r*t«n Road 
Day and Nut 4-8733 I-i»l> 


3*4 Premium Dirtied M ft 30 tfl / r ''^ 

3*4 No 1 Common 943 M ft 73 Ott' 

Order lumber noa before lummer Bnltry 

p-lce* advan'e tnd wlill* prgtr.vt 4 0x»-0*', Bhadoi 

ttocki *(• complete Ask 10 r>e 4-018-01** Welle* 

many not-adverttted •perlalt in , 
utility grade boardi *i»l dlmemlon «-0*l-l>*J/ll Etchwood — 
Wh» nol take tdvan-aae of nur « 0*8-0g’, Pltnknaard — 
Nall Special ahlla price* art low t-OtC-Oa'.t Hijuarete* „ 


SPECIALTY 
WALLBOARDS 
FOR THAT EXTRA 
ROOM 


V.‘a Buy and B*l) everything 
'.-1 APPRA1B AL8 
Johnson Phong 4-3931 


3333 GOVERNMENT ET 
3-5187 - 3-MBS 


LSHAW8 AUCTIONEERS 
WE BUY - WE SELL 
Wt APPRAISE 
4 *441 


ROOM BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Pec .h-et FOREST PRODUCTS LTD 

4-ltl-Ot '• Bnltry Cut Plyad. 18 08 , vtrroBtA SAWMILL DIVISION. 
4.0*».0«'. wi.dow wood _ .72 g3#TUb nn htnrt Itubicei Vd prior 


HAVE YOU A UORTCyanE OR AN ' *■ 

agreement for tala that ynu re- JJ** B»atnn 

e»i»e monthly fiavraent* from and Oay and Nit# 4-8733 
*-- uifnHa is m) La raaitga '• •■r — 

ViV ’.'.r.S^r.r ft?; ail fir sooke wood 

will rail at yi'ur nnmr on rrgue«* Hart Alan* tnd Blncii 

N-.rUiwe-iern f*#f urillet of Victatla ri'r Detlvery 3 Curd* for lllbfl 

Ltd 811 Y# n Street 4-80)4 rin for 


We think ntili and »teei g»oitj aiU *.o*8-g*'. Abrttbl Wood Grain. 3 13 

b- higher in pore ..nn. 4-g»8- 0 *>* Syly.cord 3 7. 

You'll need nail* Ion 4-OiS-St 1 . Knnt*y Pm. 11 3d 

3', Common Nail*, 100- 


^ J3 tele i 

1 11 COMMON Pin HEMLOCK 
3 84 Apprut , n7r‘ C M 

j g] Quantity “ r M 

. n 80S BM 1*4 R I. relertt. 

ft 7. T * a 

. 304 MM tall R L rtjti.lt. 

1 5,1 BIS . 


art perftet for th* modern home. 
Set them ai our ahnwroom. 

ALFOL 

Retire Uv# Intulailon 149 3d At. 
an ft 

DOUGLAS BUILDING 
SUPPLIES 

3(11 Dongtai St 1-4831 


YOULL BE AMAZED MOW MUCH 
you ran aavt on ihe coti uf a new 
rhetterfiald by '.mini our rgprrta 
re-iinlioltter and mwlernlg* your 
prtaent on# Hagtl’l CYirgttrtield 
Him 81* Johnton 4 -ISW 

UPHOLSTERY 

Cheittrfleldt (tcroytred. modern- 
irerl Expert acrkmamblp Ptt# 
r*timait* Mu down ptrment. Ea*y 
term* J. A Quinn dr Bout Ltd . 
1401 Btor# 8l_ 4-8.13 

WE HAVE A VE y.LKC- 

TluN OP OOOD USED PURNTTURE 
THAT WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO 
BEE BEPORE YOU BUY. AT THE 
BAZAAR 1317 BROAD BT . »-28U 


Pm e nn Reoortt tor Local fteliyery Here 


. . Common Nall*. 100-ih ke« 9 "ft S«« 

J 1 , Common Nail*, ido-lb keg 9 1.3 I /"'vz-v 1/ I jnn BM ltd ILL No, (Com 

4 Common Nalt*. 100-lb k'g '3 53 LL^C/in ' BtS J1 1° 

Colortreod Concrete Pairtt LUMBER' rejict tt**»* D pir kimlocK. 

Her# • the #n»»ei to painting con 


ni III piim/- ci inm icc You,t three-piece chwiter- 
dUILDINCj 5UPPLIt5 field eUantd demothtd. .anlfiatd tn 
4-7.14 1.91 DOUULAB .-J91J f '”ir '**" h ® m * •"!» Ill AU 


D*:iRUffHY HAi.i BKCHETAIIIAI. 

BRnVICES 

foil Plan hard Bl I 9811 7 7|!lf 
Dupmaont Tranvcnpta 
Direct Mai 


2IW BM 1*8 11:1, No 4 Com 

BtS - - HI® 

REJECT CLEARS PIR HEMLOCK. 
K D 


i-r»14 3.91 DOUULAB i-jau ^ ork n||u , M CaI , Am ba**a0or 

.... , . Mom# Service. 3-3311 

Utility Lumber two-pixc* modern chehttr- 

$35 00 Per M Ft , '» 1| 7 »“ ,u ale 'rlc fireplace and 

r r ' mtnUluiere Pnone 3-*4ll btlnrt 

_2*3 3*4 1 i I j f) r after 3 

i- 'in",'' rt ^^imeJiTo^ ‘ T> MArmESS rebuilt uke 

. long at tr ptr imrai Tool B#> ^ „ nulo , .avtng Uphoi.tery 

Construction Lumber repalra, Bnat cuahiona to order, 

wituuuiiim ».«r..cn.i AlUi Maf.rei# Shop. 3TJ4 Quadra 

Top-trade material for any i , *i HllUide 4-4934. 


COARSE MR SAWDUST 
hv Bulk and Blower 
BUM At EH PRICES 


EMPIRE FUEL LTD 

I.AUIFH-PO YOU KNOW YOUR TJ9 Ptridora Ava 1-3424. Book* 34T 
huvitnd i tiilt r.in t* rrtnndelrd 

{tjfi, ;?;*’« i''ot. MorU * e whv *'* vt wrr « woodt 

Dnug.ai A. reel 3 .078 CLEAN ALBERTA BOUT LABS 


ATTENTION! CALI US rOR A 
rompltit overhaul of your '-win* 
machui* * xn2l A I Taylor A 

Ci 8*. Pur: 

POPULAfl AND MODERN PIANO 
In-iruclliin Phone Dong Alger. 
2 2844 

NU BUNK CORRECTIVE COR- 
ae'rv - Blyl*. cumlort and. health 

• 

PLAIN IEW1NG BABY SITTING 
bv tali atilt woman Phune nr 
mngi 3-3783 

INVU4IHLE MENDING HEWEAV- 
Ing and elterauun* t :»43 Claa- 
thorn# 4-9147 

UPHOLSTER Y irtrtNtn IIP 
nioiiied n vour own hmur D-rr a 
C*rwat Cleaner* 9-41*1 

OLD GOLD DIAMONDS BOUGHT 
Van Die Jnweier* No 4. 739 Vale* 

Where East Meets West 

A nitnuiurw muveum of au*h#nti« 
Eiironeun anil Ailauc nrertou* 
ai .1 (aml-prri ni'ii tiaoserati jeati- 
ry brunre and hranwara *. t in 
xorroundlngi A t ud »eler- 
lion for avail in* mod muot 
ahnppr- 

W* Welcome Your Impaction 

Persian Arts ond Crafts 
Ltd 

>07 Government Phone 3-3134 


DIPLOMAT NUT 

$13 75 Per Ton need ah extra ncwiM 

“Ideal lor Kitchen Rant** FINISH A RUMPUS ROOM 

RICHARD HALL & SONS “ v t *"»° tile 

Service and 3#liitact|on Bine# !§»! BUILD A GARAGE 

74. PORT NIREET PHONE 4-101 ENCLOSE PuRCJf 

"I I) A PENCE 

Special Three-Day Sale insulate a me 

mo Do., ala, * , .:.), end 0,1 ,h *** ^ rb, n,,, ‘ -nrifet all " e 

, * W lrom drv .Vnd log. IhgterUl* vnu ne-rt or v,.,r 

l . ,,»d bl.*k hsf, I « $0 ™oi!y;tor ft>r an eitimat* hi run 

2‘ a ■ ord> blork alah ll« Jl r !e'. “'Ir f,n * r ’7 * 1 ‘ ,n ' "!*' 

teriati and if |gt|*j|fTil, pay Ihe 

HrilrrpO Fuel <~n rnniranni » h.ii. You ran Inritn* 

nmcresi ruei \_0 Plumbing #)»rtrlcgi and diner 

4 1.13 Iter and Ntgni 4 RII3 trade* You trll u« 'h» irrmt i ) 
_ ai*b an.l make oniv ONE ron*;fll' 
~ ~ ~ ant mnnthly iiaynlrnt 

WOOD ‘ ir YOU DON r KNOW BUILDING 

nd Dn-it it* Pir Wind Tblrk MATEHIAIS KNOW YOUR 
•tah* m.ied with tiiilda blork*. nttAI nr 

ubbuh S', rut da Cw 110 „ ... 

a 1)4 nertitlrrx "'•mhCTi t»r 'h* Petal. Lumbar- 

man • AiiiK.tMon, wr are pledyad 

irtH Furl Sunnlv Cf* Tru Servlet ft# 

jpa ruci JUPIJIV l-o. |i.bllnr and Our*n*#*:l Satlf 

IJ4 3-J.71 fartlnn or money refunded But. 

mala plan* home building Idee* 


crate flour* in baecment. alep*. etc " 
Cnlr.rtread a genuine rubber bar# 
paint, interior or rumor u*« It m 
• ond concrrie hr I k metal pi.t- 
trr e«r Water and alkali end 
arid rr*litant Quirk drying, dor 
able g.o»* can t»e patnled over 
fre.h rontre'e it it • har-J #no ich 
i to walk on 1' can b# painted with 
Color »re*d Approximate enrerag"- 

458 II) ft gatlht) Red. e-een, g'e* 

Prr quart .7 83 Per gallun *9 7.3 3* 


WHAT A BUY -lil Mr abort* 

i*S — Ic par iln. ft 


YOUNGSTOWN 
KITCHEN SINK 
UNITS 


WOOD 

fjrr'and Dmtglai Pir Wind Tblrk 
l ark alaht mixed with (Hilda Mark*. 
Nn rubbuh 3'x tut da lor .10 
llcwer# of peddler* 

Island Fuel Sunplv Co. 

1-JIJ4 3-JI71 


A few nf Ibex* ipeclki »*lil'4 
3* itromaiional uni* II IT ot» 

U' dt lux# unit .. _ ..1130.0 

The Moore 
Whittington 
Lumber Co. 
Ltd. 

Turn W*il at IV* Rnundaltnu? 
Twi R!nr*i Doan MHUid* 

381. B/iftXjE ST 1-719. 


Jhoo BM lx* Ri flaming » 50 oo 
4 000 HM i». *hurl». drop 

tiding 3* 00 

3 418 BM 1x8 R L drop tiding 43 00 
3 400 I1M !»8 R/L Botlon tid- 
ing «0 00 

1 800 PM 3x4 14 1. duor Jamb 

IS ran JOOOO 

300 PM 2f> H L aiodna 

till - - 100 10 

Retail Soles Department 

Ph .n* 1 7331 _ 5’1 Oorge Road E 


Moo. Ing f 50 00 j.|2 nreoed Comipr.n Board* T, 


long, at Be ptr imrai foul 

Construction Lumber 


an <w> »(ru , ‘' on prbjrr' Complete *»r»lce 
0 00 f‘<r loniractora and orivai* bulldera. 
See If A OREE.s for a i»od »l*fL 


BUILDERS SASH & DOOR 

LIMITED 

COMPLETE BUILDERS- SERVICE 

MAHOGANY doors 

Refora you order door* ba aura and 
tec out lanr* trlwclmn r.t mahogany 
Oflirt. The-e rich grained door* add 
beauty and eharaeier lo your horn# 
and actually *ell for !»•* money 
than comparable Mr door*. 


BOAT BUILDERS' , 
SUPPLIES 

Clcor Yellow Cedar 
Hardwoods. Bandsowing. 
Shaping 

If Your Cred 1 I* Gaud— ll D Good a 
With U* 

R. A. GREEN 
LUMBER CO. LTD: 


ZppiT lUi “ 2HA RI ll.m.NG SI Wi lts 

W. Welcnma Yaur lo.pgernfl fll! p rR ioR GRADY LUMDkR 

Persian Arts ond Crotts n..#.; iwS' 1 .'''" *ii 

Lf,j prlrei per Ibuuiand board (re 

867 Qoyernmeui Pl.Ona 3-113. JJJ . R4 b' ' W *30 00 

1*8" Tongue and grmi»* .. 34 W 

Wirn ag damaged J»w» ry and 1«* longux and groove .. 34 00 

ailvarwara w vkiltully repa.rad S, N 18 0* 

nr m*rta over to your pie**ur* 3t * B*N .. 

by hire* eraftimen All waicb I , * a T" . 2 . 

repair* guaran'red lor on* 4,4 fl«'igh cedar Hr lmogXJoM 
year Diamond jewelry ao'd oa »*' p '" ,,n c "'* r 'i r 

coni.gnmrni Bring khem bo *** ’’""•'l. r, ' , » r 9 * r , Une* 1 foul 

Number I r .im<n«n !*• ana 

mm/r Iff WIN If H*8 *> on 

BIRKS L S»"~ 

Jewellm — silver 1 mUIva .»* and «xl rough Dongtai 

IM YATES ST PJJONE 3-4341 fir 14(10 

Sprclal run dMCSttnU nn ill pro 
* L — paid .irdert P'OIhllt and rourtrnui 

UNWANTED HAIR -rvue PtMifarnnn goaranierd 

Vanuhed a uh Sere Pgln Lor Peer '>1*8 XI .ndai i« Saturday Inrlud- 
l.ah *79 Granville ai Van 3 IJC ,n * " rdnr may from lam to 5 3» 


BIRKS 


Jewellm — Sllvenmllh* 

IM YATES ST PffONS 3-4341 


Shiv bo** Drug 599 J mnifin (It 

:.s i) x n i ing 

EILEEN S SCHOOL OP DANCING, 
ballet- lap baton Baby claa* (pe- 
nally It* HroughlKtl Rev . 3-E34* 

ACADEMY BALLROOM DANCING 
• Prieale le**o» clan#* modem 
Lalin - A m e r • ( a n old-llm* 1911 

poug laa ft-18 4* 

*7 Ull. 

noop-Mwom’ 

HfLLCRRNT DRY!. AND nn 
A bargain «al# nf lllll- r» «i ind , 
Dmiaiai III hl.ua* end ilab* in 13-in 1 
lenglhe. hand grade-i to rluniata 
aaadu*' and ruamh I e ,i *7. J 
ad* >12 Alan Hr dryland o.j* 


ATOM LfTMRER COMPANY LTD, 
310 Johmao i* ,, **i w»*i 


J - 8*3 1 -9-134* Evr. 3-4SJ3 W» made e«»» 
are livalrd juat rail of Vlc'iri* plyanodx 
We. i Park an.l rlebl taraM from etc 

E A- N Round hruir _ 


STEWART & HUDSON 
LTD 

*04 GORGE ROAD 
PHONES 2-3171. 7-3171 7-7813 

Open All Dev fl*U|rda>( 

Ln*» o» rret railing 


ISLAND 

BUILDING SUPPLY 

FIX UP YOUR HOME 
NOW 

DO IT YOURSELF AND HAVE 
A. ic ration*, repair* and Mtf.ilnna 


CROWE 

GONNASON 
CO LTD 

3 7141 - 3-7142 - 3-7143 

NEED A 
CARPENTER? 



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1 8 »» 



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II 30 

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each -- — 

. 11 39 


YOU LL GET A BETTER BUT 
PROM 

HICKMAN TYE 

OR A HICKMAp TYE DEALER 

R W HARDWARE 


3-doqr girag* *el _ 
P'.ai .rare No M 
Trollyy Ira * Nn II 
Door nar.gera 
Dior lalchr* _ _ _ 

Dror cloeeri No 843 


WEISER LOCKS oSl no'. 

Thar* I* no llnar made, avai.abl* Woodworam yia* 

In a varlelr of flnllba* a.ch a* 

chrome bra*# bront* All at ooa HlCKM/ 


2 — SASH SPECIALS— 2 

J -' •*» 1 • J ■' ' *** ' 1 38 ntn. (airmen*, a .idowa I* .43". 

. ^ . OSMI light* lop larga light 

NEED A bn.inn* only Ii9» 

_ . _ . 38 only, cavetnyol window* 34 ‘*43". 

CARPENTER J (no margin light*, battagp on* 

light Only 43 >3 

we SPECIALIZE ON SERVICES BUILDERS SASH & DOOR 


HICKMAN TYE 
HARDWARE CO LTD. 

1311 Quadra Si Phona 4 . 117 


r made #a*y with (he n»w -fancy ■•«... lrM 

'• plyanod* and < ompu.it on wall' FO " l),CRX,t - fc - 


FOR OUR CUSTOMERS 
REGULARLY RESPONDING TO 

REQUESTS WE SKNfl EEPERI • 
KNCED CAHPENTERH OR Rllff.O- 
ERR HJf INGLE ItS ROOFERS 
F1.00R T EXrERTS TO riX YOUR 
TROUBLES 

Good men ore scarce — 
the men we send are first- 
class men 

FOR SERVICES T^OUR FRIENDS 
REMEMBER 


LIMITED 

334 GAR R ALLY RD. 1-1131 • 1 1172 
STORE AND WAREHOUSE 
OPEN SATURDAYS TILL » W 


MUST GO TROUBLE' 2*4 3l3 3*9. 
Tig 1x4 A.U Dt** 130 M. Ptr* 
'm ineral ir ire»i drum*. ftQg up. 
«• 17*3 fail Nanaimo Slretl 


Plan ymir L ,'her and itinroagi 
Il3. 3*1. Wild lino ill# and arbn-ita r<> 
I PU# ma'.rh in every Imatmahle rotor 
ft®* UP- eontblnatl'Mi Rcau'tful •ond-pa’- 
lernrd lion t|l* for the bedroom* 


K1FKKI TRUCKING AND ORAVEL * od 


CROWE 

GONNASON 


id aref irsi- DRYSDALE'S 

LADDERS — Her* i> vour rhtnre "> 
Cn, *#' a good *trong light tingle lad- 

* der Railx wired lot e«ira tre'i^'h 

OUR FRIENDS r JhAa i ‘i dlamrter J i»‘ th# ihmg 
, tn lor i ho** repair Jib. around lh# 

hnu«* and 19 idjuix that TV an- 
. .r- t»nn# Com*. lb 12 14. I* I9'fx 

Vt length*, par foot 73« 


SERVICE 

n*»v*i for road* di 
tUi Phone 9-Jgd7 


LUMBER 

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 


!E Ju»» arrived New and large *#!#* — 

driveway* and • on of hrarth til* for four hr. 

place Com* and broae# around 
| L*i it* help you with jour 
problem*. 

E.R P*in» up that garden furniture xnd 

■i mm irr lenr* now Nationally known paint* 
(UrrUltj ai ipertal redumon nf tPv io 30 
» >■ BUILDERS BargaiD-prirm maral 


2324 Ooirtllt 


wood aheajuiely glean o« coop- Hand? Elia ‘Taka Horn*" Panala. a, n dn»» etui available Bar* 


BAPCO PAINTS 


Ding twiuired, I cd .7, 
J-ini CAPITAL n.*Et 


THREE -DAY HALE 
Drylan d ■■*? :.•*>> ,n aatar. 

ratify to hum. clean iTtnrl bark 
anc liiki 1 rcritt 93 Bpl>> Fir, 

f2-lnch. clean *ord I* tao load* 
til M. Heavy Fir hark and block* 
two big UMd* til Rational rual 
Ca 1-241) or 3-»taa nlghu 

RONALD liuPKiNS A SONS - 
Prr*-1A-1 of* deliaared immediately 
Ro I fir far (»m»ra Hr flrerlMJ. 
1 •• tarda 118 »«. 3 rorda 117 3b. 
Bon* dry (Met batkv alabwnod. 
71-18 f» cord* 117 3d Ho f 
•PU4 fit f nr four aitrbcn atova. 3 
torda lit M lamr ut* delivery 
RONALD HOPKINS A SONS 
1-1918 1-1011 

GOOD CLEAN FIR READY TO 
burn. 12-inch. II; l-fi bone-dry 

fir. 48-73 4-1723 4-1*41 Bight 

MO I FIR SAWDUWT, BACKED 
sad hulk. C. D Shaw. 3-44*4. 


3 J Lammaied PlaaMe Tabla and »« » °« P *' aiBdnw 

CO 2-1381 Counter Topa— Ready u> u*a _ ... 

•». mw ... ,» 


flTYTTRa. 

la 113 »b 


Metal Trim- -Tania Lea*. 

Sander and PaiUhar Rental*. 

SHAWNIGAN 
LUMBER YARDS 

,3000 GOVERNMENT ST 3-77.1 

"“fencing formless 

Ptyaood Prolaci* and Plana 
M ft 6f fencing and nail* at lift 40 
12' *2* garage r ample** *14. 40 

Saanich Lumber Yards 

OPEN ALL DAI SATURDAY 
“Pram Prnd u cer to Too" 
mi Doug laa 84 1-MM. ay** «-3ftM 


ran ertimatm 

far malarlaD or Intiatlad Job* 

Phone 2-5178 

•7} OORGE ROAD EAST 

10c Each 
STANDARD WEIGHT 
LINO 

FLOOR TILE 
VICTORIA ROOFING 

AND 

INSULATIONCOMPANY 

441 PORT STREET 1-3321 

PLAtfne TILS HEADQUARTERS 


JOHNS- MANVILLE PRODUCTS 

AKMfTIldgO 4 NAiPNA FLOORS 

-Ca C W* Pifwoobr- 

ARBOR IT* 

You can afaop by phao* with 
coafldanca a* , 

PARKER JOHNSTON 
LTD. ^ 

1114 BROAD STREET l-.lll 


VENETIAN BLINDS 

AlirmtSuiB V#nei an Mind* euatdm- 

mada. Me a aguara I an l Praa 
eati mala*. 

B T LEIGH 

Vaatuan Blind! 

Mata) Raatbartuishtag 
114 Naapbrt l-HU 


Ghddcn's Rockspor 
VornTsR 
Onc-Ccnf Sole 

Gallon* earn MM J for M .1 

Q j * r< e each I1U 2 far .3 M 

CABINETS • OARAOF DOORS 
FRENCH DOOh.S - MQNODORfl 
C.YPROC • O UTTERS • LUMBER 
mot-dings Paint - Ft twood 

ROOPINO - SASH 

ORYSDALE SASH & 
DOOR- CO Up- 

1730 COOK ST 4-4411 


Robert Walker & Sons 

^ Ud 1-2*--. 

BCII-DERS SUPPLIES 
»M David Strati Fbona 3-3121 

1" Oal? Davstlpti l.-n 


ROOFING TIME! 

PLAN FOR 

PERMANENT PROTStmOH 

WITH 

BP "Roofmoster" 
Shingles 

EVANS, COLEMAN 

& 

JOHNSON BROS. 
LTD. 

.00 tt/HARP STRirr 1 -1121 

il»r tXJUOLAS 


THERMADOR 

Bt.TLT-IN STOVBB AND OVENS 

Be* Our Booth at in*- Pair 
Commencing Mav 3nd (a 7ih 

BAYVIEW 

WOODWORKERS 

Inquiries Invited 


ME MrHICAL 

INSTKl’MI NTS 

HOHNER PIANO ACCORDION, 
brand n*w fully guaramard Cnn - 
fan* If. l30-otM tore* treble gi ll 
talicn.t compiet* a in oanJi'm* 
laacd Devaeord-covared. Iuggage« 
lypa carrying cat* and WeUuchan 
book Rag liar pn. a 1370 larrif * 
.144 30. Itrait 110 minis 1-41241 
4-1119 

RX*h a MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 
and J«tn the aehnol band Clarinet 
irumbene trumpet cir . at a »m*ll 
rental charge Rental may be ap- 
plied on p irritate 

W ARD H MUSIC LTD 
1120 Bruaa Siieet 3-gl4. 

Store* in Vlrinna and Vanrnover 

HAMMOND CHUIUM MODI l Ofi- 
gan racellent CwidltlOh W1<A 3 
*:>e*kei» Save ti MM. pore )'n!Y 
i: 23I7 term > neorae willu .no 
Cnuitncy -S-4T12 

REAimrin. nordhyimfk piano 
and bench fprnndltlsned and at 111 
under eu*r»nire Will reni t"» 
and icll later on ra* j laraii II de- 
aired J-024., 4 1139 
' ~ ^ AND NEW BCAl F <4Vtl- 


1493 each w.Ib bench, -egulai j fir" 
1938 T»nn* artiRied Gror*r 
Willi* =-4712 

HEINT7AIAN .V CO IMANOS. MW 
and u*ed. for •*># nt T*nt Snow • 
rurm at Dob ell » WiirhCOie 3-413*8. 
4-1139 

FIXTCIIER HBO* I TO 

E FLAT ALTO 'CONN *4X0 
phone far **1* tiuld .aGJJCt •' '1 
excellent rnadlttnn I1C-7 *- 1 ■*•= 

1173 PIANO AND RENCH RTTI'l 
lent ciindiHon. t»*utilul lane 
L-uik* modern. I 111' 

OO'UIILAY riANO. UPRIGHT BOP' 
doir model, niahn.aii' »3'*0 Phrmr 
1-4777 

PIANO ACCOKDION NICOLA A A 
lin* 17b beat, cbnd rnnditlun all 
Thud Nlrret Rldnrv 

13 RAPS ACCORDION ft>«, *‘ABK 
c X 1 • e T-3WS 

PIANO IN OOJO CONDITION 
Reaamsable 9-33L7 


HIGH FIDELITY 
_ SPECIAL 

Su|verb quality Hi-p! rumple) a 
• I'd diamuml alflu* and ftmaUH 

•peaker 

$239 95 

Nna nn Dr mnnalra'um al 

HARMON* 

HOUSE 

•ti nouot as 

Hundred* df new IS-Pi record* 
have Ju»t arrived 
3-9405 


BUFFET CLARINET 

Hand-picked (Trenadella *i,n<l 
nlckle ul.cr .Hup Imgr krja. 
complete in jtu 

$275 

WARD'S .MUSIC 
LTD. 

1338 nitOAD BTRRrr 3-9118 

fkiore* In Vlclori* and Vancouver 

2*F TELEVISION and 

KADIO — Ssli*s snd Hrrvloe 

THEY MAY LOOK ALIKE 
BUT Af.L AMTKNNA ARB 
NOT SIMS FLYINO V # 
DON'T UE V4I: J ! J.il BY Al'IKAB. 
ANC1 ONLY SIUS FLYING V a 
CAN OI VE YOU TOP QUALITY 

and Lasting perpormani e 

MADE IN BC FOR LOCAL CON- 
DITIONS 

SPECIFY 81X18 El VINO V a 
LO OK AT THE CARTON 

SIMMS FLYING V ANTENNA 7u 
■ alvanlaed mail t'-ed oniv tau 
month* Guaranteed new i nuD 'h 
Hava (Julia t a an (hit one Complrl* J 
Inetallrd. .53 3 • S 1 0 

TV SERVICE AND REPAIRS YOUR 
need* xatlelled by qualified IV lech- 
niclana Phona lltrn.EK BROTH- 
ERA at 3-MI I 

*'R K " RADIO TELEVISION ~ 

SERVICES 
R S Kuching 

744 View St 1-7031. .107. lavaa I 

TV "AND ANTENNA INSTALt-A- 
liona. aaivlring by ekpertencert l? h- 
mriana Work guaranlcad 24-huur 
aeraif* Crmader* TV Serf! c Co 
Phnn* 4-1473 


n. length* 

•a I” Oai* DownpUK* Eb»aa. 
Ik" 7-ply. Ban«« InnU, 

13 if. an, — 

V' 7-ply. Sanded Retaeta. 

ir *8 ta 

V 1-»1» Sandnd Rafael*, 
ir «r a* 


RED HAWK . 
CEDAR SHAKES 

for datinGiv* new ronalruct mn or 
• man renovation uaa Redbaw* 
Coder Shake* Nigh ineu anno 
'*;«- mm «f *ppft**iMtt nod X* 

*»*• A i PLs&t 1 L 

British Columbia 
Forest Products Ltd .1 

Phona 3-7331 HI Oaag* Boad B. 

MB CLOTHING. Fl R8 
SHOKS. ETC. 

TWO - »C»Tir OVERCOATS Stz* . 
and * nn* boy * iw ' «.«a< etae 
« Ekrellent i*c4lti« .-*788. 


ivalt builder* BETTER CLASS PORNITURE 
a i»od »t*rL bouiSt told and appraited Appre- 
Gala all off.ra Hub Pumltur* 711 
DER5 | Johnson 4 .423 

FS SEVER AL PIECES OP VERT Goon 

living roam lurnlture, #r,f*t rh*l»# 
C pcinr Joung* *u . newly upbaltiered 
j Reatonable 1)117 

ndsowma — ’ 

_ NINE-PIECE OAK DININO ROOM 

Q tulle, 1135 Will tpllt if loc large. 

>d It D O•od. rh • m, 4 41,7 

RDO A34TI UPHOLSTERY CLEAN. 
ING MACHINE PGR RENT 11 

EEN PrR 'J OUR 1,1,4 

. , T-mv CASH AT CANNON 8 FOR GOOD 

J . LID: U8JD FURNITURR 731 JOHNSON. 

VOGUE FURNITURE 

GOOD USED FURNITURE BAR- 

>OT OAIN8 MO YATES PHONE 4-3111. 

FOR SALE ONE OAK ROLL-TOP 
nflU# de*k in good condition Anr 
Twr K » »J I-W7 

T C FOUR SOUD WALNUT WINDSOR 
YE DEALER than .43 Phone g 330* 

WA/anr LADY'S WALNUT DESK SEA SIX 
JWAKt iiak dining chair*. .13 (-19.. 

LIVING. BEDROOM FURNITURE 
~ ' esgin vgihlng machint * 3t»o 

3 14 length - . . — . _ — I 

. 5 •# earn TWO-PIECE J CWW n MUW D 
- II* each Run co.or Oiod cuodllian 3-4)158 
. 15 14 earn 

if •• etch "AK BUFFET 130 MMI j 

TY r TRADE-IN 

.I t 7 tpi department 

,U LID. .-pc* L.bl blrrh dlnail* 

. _ aotto 114* 38 

.non* 4 -Bl 17 9-pre walnut dlne’la *ull* ft* M 
• pc* walnut flnlah dtnaiu 
“ | aulta a# no 

l-pc* dark nta dining room 

time 1 it. 

_ ■ Walnut baffet 73" wide 73 M 

1 Halid oak raund attention 
ITBCTION tan la . 35 48 

Torthiara limp 10 M 

,, I Walnut Dunren Pyf* coflea 

aster )*».# . __ . . vi 

s HOME FURNITURE 

LEMAN •-» MM 

STANDARD FURNITURE 
BROS v,cw Speools 

ODD M ATTREHRES. **-•(** lu »«» 
nri-.ed now from 129 90 \o Ml n* 

USED RADIOS only 918 90 

lab , ,m STANDARD FURNITURE 

View St 

Borgoin Basement 

>/%£} rViwn»t*ir* to Sroliard Bldg 

JV-fn View 8* ram. fuel up from Dnugla* 

AND OVENS Walnut lahla and 4 rbaira » »7» M 
laa Pair Eiertrolu* tacuum cleaner »»» 5. 
fnd la 7ih 3-pitr« green *etour Gvetlar- 

f laid *ult# |7» 90 

W Walnal retard rennet .31 40 

Re. maple earner cupboard 1*2 »0 

iv.ted HOLLAND BROS & CO. 

‘ •:* FORT ST FBUNtt 1 

THREE COMPLETE ROOM1 OP 

MK a (•« jaunr.Nx yas »*** , 

r: • 1 l : FOR g NEW 

n^ruetm.. or WWTINOHOUttS WASHER 

L^^HUMBER'S 

-52tBostToh 3-2T1 1 


FULL PRICE 

for o Brond New Genuine 

WESTINGHOUSE 


21" TV SET 


$199 95 


•8-DAY PREf SERVltE 
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»J\ * 1-1474 

LOO AN SHXPT METAL . FORMER - 
Iv of W.nniuaa All Quicuk A** 
Hill rirmna. 1 1111 

ONE _ CVCLOA BURNER AITlVK 
and ran** lank and »«and 1104 
Vary g mwy ron.lltinn I 1*49 

CClMBPrATlOH WOOD COAL AND 
ga* lang* 4114 Kill North Part 

14 Oil. STAND Cm 'TA BURNER 
la*, at*?* IJ4*n S-0J7« 

PULI -SITE OURNET ELECTKIC 
ran.* ailh rlnrk 11*0 1-114' 


WOODS & CLARKE 


PARK. VIEW MOTEL 

POUR STAR AAA - A T A 

Opp-n.lt* naarh and p* r > dnwB’*>wn 
Wrn* nr Phon* Park** II* 17* 


ST ANDREW'S LODGE 


EVERY DAY 


COMPLETE 
GARDEN SHOP 


Qiiaal Hou»* fully audlppad mod 
»rn rut l *«*« Sal* tparlnua around, 
fa. rhlldran on *b* h*a<h 

Write no* lor ra.arvaimn. 

Ml. D Lll'b M lahcuni ll'arH 


NEW NAME 


SUNNY SHORES CAMP 


For Fomous English 

ATCO 

POWER MOWERS 

ALSO AOENTT 

SCOTT-ATWATER 
LAUSON AND CLINTON 
OUTBOARD MOTORS - 


Oardan Mat* for *n» i*d *». in. hid- 
tng SPADE* 41 ft* RAKE »l 4" 
HOE tl 70. POTATO PORK 4140. 
TROWELS 14. SHOVELS 
ai-ildY but lighti »ii' li-lnrn 
all -m'l al oall-D*aring *t*«- 


STOP ' 

rOR O AS AND onop PtOOD AT 

SANDY'S 

JACK O LANTERN COURT 
) mil*, along Albarr.i High* ay from 
Park.alllr 


Ov'rlmikirttf Riank# Harboi Ch ,! - 
dran a playground Baf» oaarti •lib 
boa" for hir* and golf roui.a 
"Club pirnif* our «o«ei*i'y ' 
T*a and Uiraa room houirkeaping 
niM|fi 

Luorr rale* for Juft* and Sap'amoar 
H W DILI AHA CON 
4 4 Hn I Vlrtorla. Phuna Book* 3*f 


CAPITAL 


**tk* VIKING RESORT 


CLEANERS 


yrar gna-an-aa. |7 44 ll|h f •h'aaT- 
ha'raV. fnr gatoan r**T "*7> »n 4ft 


BEACH RESORT 


PUhln* • «.>od' that . more tha 
bl'afuP 

"•Ttifn m t it« aha.d lor a •nod* 
b*d 

For a loiaiy fottdg* do»n h» the 
• rile r*i Vikinr R*M>f Ba»*»r •' 
or phon* QualKum fi.i IJ W 
gladly 'and VOU a fold". 


No h*»llhiar plara 10 .pend your 
varaiinn 

Safe .and# b**rh and f '“'d ftahuig- 
RESERVE NOW 

( e«ar rala. for May and June 
MR AND MRS HUDH PREVOST 
Phnna 10 ' P*l*»*tl1# 


ANGLESEA HOLIDAY 
RESORT 

Pull* mndarn nna and i •u-lmlrnnm 
aullea and cabin. PropAna «*•■ 
Safa batbmg. boAt*. good fulling 
Popular raia* Enr ir.rriaUon. 
• ni# or phone 

MRS JESSIE CYR 
Milna . Landing P O. 

_ P hona Son** 3)S 


LIMITED 


mi AMANA- DEEP EHKE7K | 1 ', 
cu ft atlh *om* aiaat Wnat of- 
lai.y g- 1 1 44 

WINE UED-CIIESTEREIKU* TX- 
rall'Ot CWdllUlB IM Call #t JJ*9 
ll.niat lluad patwran J and 1 ti m 

BEAT rY l)E LUXE IKON EH 

ffiaur mnd^l». p^rf»r| ronrtiUon 
9)rt I'hAftl* 

TABLE SAW BRAND NEW 10 . 

>.hp motor •lift tilling labia. 

SEAPHONT CABINS 114 WEEK 
PI SHI NO HOD AND REEL RE- Mav-Jun* Glrnairlrv Raaori phony 
pal-. Paata Tackle kit JohBknn Son.* «X 

I 1443 - 

CUT WORK IRISH I INEN TABI E SALT SPRING ISLAND 
cluth adaad *118 Cltrny laeg. 74*4J 
:-i*B r 


POR BEAL IOW CWFT 
HEATTNO AND COO&1SO 

BOOTH No 57 

VICTORIA INDUSTRIAL FAIR 
May ind i« itn 


SPEt IALUEP REPAIRS TO 


725 Caledoma 
Phone 2-7 1 1 8 


LA BELLA VISTA 


SOUTHALL'S BUTLER 

'"."••»•• brothers 


THE 

ISLAND HALL 
HOTEL 

Parksville. V I , B C 


BOWSER v t 

#♦** 

Our 'nmpi*'*ly equipped and fully 
modern rotiagai are datlgnad fnr 
lamily cifniort and holiday itilny- 
mani h.lmnn Itahing un»ufp*«<*f 
Fnr inlorcnatlon and ia<rn«uiir.< 

• ritr 

T F OWILT I A I1E1 LA VISTA 
Bow ar V I 


ERATOR 14 CUBIC FOOT 
lr**«r in •noderlill rnndltmn 
18*0 Will «*ll for 4Mn Will 
.mailer elaap fi»a»» *• 
r n'. Bailv • Collar Shop, IJ*k 
lou*. J-I1J4 

• STOVE OOOD POR SMALL 
mant. elau dnubla bunk" •*** 
on* fancy aramad gl*** n#*in 
■ aut kltrnan am* tutlrt like 
ml o* trait ai 41 early phony 


WOODWARDS 

Used Appliance 
Showrooms 


USED' 

SPECIALS 


Cr«i."o*d 1414 Qu.dra Si 
Keating 44 *-*411 


QUARTER YARD UNIVERSAL O AN K *tl|a 

*hn*al in good mr-"han.i*l nndl-S .- 

iirr aim 1417 Manure (•urn- Pb«B* 
t»u k boih for 17 '*0 Phuna 4-34*7 
n> * r it* po«t Offit* Boa l"3 Vlr- 
Isrla 


RAINBOW BEACH CAMP SALT 
Bonn* l»!»nd Sr.llaiad hmiaa 

krayin* roitaga* **110 bathing 
rannu beat. Lavard U*ng-» 

71M 


| Wh • y.ltamallad Steal Eli*' 
Km. lea Boa. Ilka nr% 
l Ournrt Whit* Enamelled .*» 
anrt Coal Combination Hang* 
in *uod *n*p« 

1 U**d b -ft I *a Ba'R and EH 
_l»n*« in 1 01 'd map* 


INDIA RUU HIINNEK 4 WIDE UP 
l.i in Inn* Eyanlng". phona 1-33*1 

POW4K MOWERS POR REN T. 
LADY B CNO! ISH WORSTED SUIT. p, lf # , Key Shoo 417 fort -Hrtat 
1*0 pair* Engli.h .hoa*. t*a*d mat 4 . 4*31 

kttrhrn tab.' And «•« rha.i. coal ELJ ( CT u7c P 1 R IP LACE AND 

r ra.in and fold mania). |M Phuna 

3-1744 

KENMORE WASHING MACHINE. 

• illi p'lmn Oond tundltiuo 1*0 
Phnn* 3-7744 

•>VRRHEAU *aARAA*E DOOR lllLi.NfS 

and pair Fran- n door*, l 0 -f'«»i 
Ir.tung^hain. ball pure 1-0(37 

TWO 7? AND- TYPE STORE Ul X - 
lure* liua n»«. 174 aarh. iO-di*»er 
nail di ii»ii«i »>n 3-4471 

NOWS YOUR CHANCE TO OKT 
r»u major aonlUnra* for in# price 
»f .na 3 1411 J-7104 

rVEHBON UPRIOMT PIANO GOOD 
WE CAN orr IT POR YOU WHOLE. MMttM. a««apt.on*l mn* 430* 
•a * ft*# Quntaa — Appllanrai TV ». - » <» * 

fumllUia lumba* and Wilding .up- SCOTCH WILTON RUO AND PYI r. 
pit*. Phnna 4*y 1-4443 BlgOl* } ny | y loiaiy rondillnn. 174. 

. Itif J-MOi 

RIJYB USED AND DEMONSTRA- WRSTINOHOUSE ift-IN ELECTRIC 
_ -"*•» • a. hint 


F*«» Ctad-t Term# Aratlabl# 


Conr*nlan*’y loralart on Imal* 
br.rh Comfortable room. •I'h nr 
athmil bath. ayrallant .fUiaina 
P»vart hlgh»ay Tight to th» J*»>r 
Tan par tan' rarturtlnn fnr hr-lliliv 
nr nt longer aacapt July 1 '0 

Labor D*» 


POWER MOWER 
Oiaco. 14-in Ro'arr ig*. 
Oil R ANDES 

tTpdlav 

r Ini'll Cliaar iC»> >•»»• 
t niarprlia 
E a •rail iCVrln* 
fntarp't.a ml and .a. 
Paa ran oil and alarinc 


J*n 4MPRE AC WELDIH COM 
p>'* w it n caniai * 11 * tad amp * 
ga.olme wald'i ltd'* 30 k innra 
g. -it n a *ai<I*r 1A1* J00 ampra 

wa'dmg A ntin'. Lm III* W n«rf 
S* * aat 1 . 10*1 


GIANT FORCED TO 
VACATE SALE OF 
CHOICE 

NURSERY STOCK 


The Newest 
Most Modern Hotel 
on Vancouver Islond 

EI**ator In <a«h floor 4« rooma 
• Hli bain *nd laiapnon* Caniially 
lot* 'ii lor hunlin* and fwhing 
BOOK IN ADVANCE NOW 

ARBUTUS HOTEL 


.vsr c. J. McDowell 

Ilia m Plumbmq & Heating Ltd. 


POP RATES RESERVATIONS 
PHONE 44 OR WRITE 


FOR RENT 

(Nimo-auor < Cmirra'* B-aa.ar* 
Ror. Drill* Pump. Mil* * 

1 E 1 - Chain »«• A .an 1 1 

Air Balkar 3141 Tl limm R- f-Hfl 

Dirsrt rvoiNB 100 i»r not 

du ’a ntok'n in .ur.**'* for r^m 
n»'- al or manna J n 3 Hutniioa 

■ a.- 


1 000 DOUriL AS 


O* an It Baa. JahRMB «tr*H 


Morv Sutherlond 


rriarvalinn. •*!•* or phon* 
CROriON OANOES JET 


COMET EXTERIOR PAINT WHITE 
nary riaam. gr'*n 11.84 gallon 
Harta-Andra*. Paint! Ltd . ill 
Via* straal. 1-1714 

CHOOSE YOUR NEW TORO 
."tar tno«*r now at Ih# L*»ti- 
mo»ar Hn.pcal, rornar Rroan and 
cooniyrani Phona 1-4441 W» call 


fomox 

M4 Mila. E'irm Virion* 


RADIO COMBINATIONS 
Hparjn .1 Aulnmaur I 17 on 

RCA Virl«r Au'umaiie 1 18 11 ft 

Ba.rr*.* E.lrrl rnjiom* • A 100 

Pya 4-.paad 1134.00 

RADIOS 

ir lha Mnayt TonMil* modal. 14 14 to 11*40 

ilia Llano Mamal and p-iii.nia. is lartur'.nn 
golf rourta. | WaLlnihO'i.a Intain# tonal »3i ftb 
oil age. *1111 

inagri R C TE1.EVI9ION 

(lataila Ru« Wa.lmahnuaa 1* Con.nl* 1114 >>0 

RC Phon* Adrttwin |7 TV Combination 

radio phonoaiaph 1174 0 ft 

—— Cro'tay 31 Cr.n.ula l?t' M 

Admiral 91" 194* mndal IJ34 *0 


FORD MAJOR 1444 WITH FRONT 
hydraullr Inert#? and rear mart# 
a'tarhman' 131 John Ri Vietori* 

fEME.NT- 'MIXER A ID WHFEl - 
b trm« (or rent. I* oar d*iiya-.d 


THE FORT" LODGE 


On a n*w lamll; 
mail aulnmaiir 
lank -iiol ** 1*1 
Regular 
Lm trada-in. 


TIDEBROOK HOTEL 


NOW OPEN 

FOR THE SEASON 


TWO-DRUM LOAD! NO DONKEY 
V-« po»fi. * 2 . ion ranoa Cm* 
Rhipyarft.. Sidney BC Q 

ALMOST NEW 1444 CLINTON ONE 3,| r, 
man poaai «*« 4174 App » 

E*BM Rk.il Langford nr g-7'ig Banin 

T D 4 D07.ER A I SHAPE Jll 
John »raai Vlf orla 

HENT-A-TOOL 

I 1 M flbalbntirn* * 


Delta Electric 


ran** and hurn*r. OU»ofi 
»<•• line nil Wurd.ooikh Stf'ai 

4 MONTH OLD REA TTY AUTOSA A - 
In- a a. hint marhma, tlftft Term* 
• v*tl*H* 1-1071 


Many n*» faa'ur*. in> Tiding 
•mar' na* r u m p u * louna* 
Dining room np»n to pubiir 
No t«bl* r*.ay.ai|on. raqulrad 
Rata, in Mar and Jun* from 47ft 
a •**» doirbi* Including all 
m**l< and aftarnonn tea t|.t 
of rnwboa •* lannt. court 
ma.hla golf tour. a ate 


SARATOGA BEACH 

14 Mllay North nf Cniirirna* 


WASHERS 

Ea*r Thru Apan OF Conner 
A euod .aclaty from 
Bandit Aulnmaiw II 


Trode-ln Deportment 

Wa hay# a aide aalarllm ni Ap- 
plianta., EurnUui' and Madmi *r- 
n.m* daily *1 our Trada-in l*a- 
parmabt 1)4 Itnvightnn Slrral op- 
po.ita Cuach Lina. Dr pul 


OYSTER RIVER CAMP 

♦ * * *• 

Sport. man . Family Cut la.** 
Iwi'nl nn Of.lar Pii*r. and 
the Inn* aand? Saratoga B**fh 
Sal* lor rhlldran E.rallant 
aaiylra. and .DOitlllf larltll.a. 

that fan r*(juii» 

Wrl'a T Challlaburyh 
R n I Camuball Rltar 
or Phon* Oy.tar B*" IM 

SILVER SANDS 

ON SAFE * ABA TOO A IIEACH 
N»# Df L'l PTi'Oana-f.nuippad 
Auln Cburt 

1 1 and 1 HadriKim Unl'a 
H'druum Uo"« 

OOOD HUNTING AMD FVOBNtl 
With Ir* Batrjgaraupn ’ 
Ph*ma tjy'ar Ba* 7-C 
Will* O oragnry- Alien 


NETTING 


SOMASS AUTO COURT 


I S urat Tailor Marhin* 14* nn 
I Plrdinorit Kiailm Pariaoia *44 On 
1 Hirtgrr Druphrad 

• vary gund ■ IttIKI 

1 wiiit* Ela 'rh Cunwil* * 11.00 

I While Rntar. D'ufhaart HI DO 
I Seam. 'ra.. Klffirlr Omal* 19*00 
1 Whariar and Wllmn D't/o 
head ' oaf far 1 roi.rti'lnn 174 00 

Tal* 7 i*inn» nt rail !•" free rtain in- 
»'ra«i«rn nt ih* •■•naa'lul Nairhi 
k'nii'.a Ma<hm*> Many fyia- 
f'*f!y a Ti torn a I If t»i •i.ndnH Oanar 
om. trarta in all'iyani*. La.* 


♦ * * * 

717 RIVER ROAD. A’.SEHNI 
Tkiin ngh' at th* Radii Staiinn 
han Wirn l*M ii Ihif.itiM Orocarn 
nirta-'hom cabin, aiat'rk »|o»*. 
all healed, lao-piaca U*'b *114 


LOGGERS' 

SPECIALS 


CAUUPLOV.mR row PWEEPINO i| 
larg' craia Wilfred Butler. Kra<- 
|ng X Rrt 

POR *ALE LINEN AND LACE WED 
atiraart llnan lablarliih with nap- 
kin. in manh 4 0044 

DOUBLE RED SPRING MATTRESS 

ipungi ayrallgm eondfoon. i .*0 

Phnna 3-4*11! 


T. EATON CO 


FLOWER SEEDS 

• Brian • and Cronand » ’ 
ANNI A1S Pf.HEKNI Al S VINES 
CONSERVATORY PLANTS 


From Fmninq’s 
U%cd Equipment Stock 

^C*t D4 11! in • Cat • .1 
aniladorar, Hy.tar *gj»' 0 ft*** 11 

nnitarimn* rrpau Fl-lklt- Pnc 


Write for free booklet or 
phone Cobble Hill 48 
BEAUTiPiiL i-stone DIAMOND Owned o nd opero fed bv 

ring 'na* • quirk >a|a 4100 Hna 

ioift virtoria pt*- Hurleys for fwo-Qenera* 

ELECTRIC RANOETTt \fS. 

lanl* lour chair, and nuflal Hi lions 


WOODWARD'S 


SCOTT & PEDEN 

4-7181 


••Car" No II motor gradai • 13-H 

blad*. »'*rlfiai bump*' ft»a»ba' 
llfh'. T ak ' a Innk at thll! Iftaal 
for haul mart maip'anan. • Bui A 
T'y 1-da? trial n 1411 14 IM 

Waldru* Arrh 'm D7 Tu rin nn *,• th* Am.y'ng N> 
4A-ln b'lmbai ilt*l a • •• ' "ra m p.><«ry Gairti 
luh» anrt *ha- ritaiHU*" nt WondaM'Jl **!'!* *i 
rubbtr «nrt *:rh *«'*u»n' Char. 

It nna’ Illy * 7 . J.d.y "al 

rr jun *'Nin /vvoynew. 

|l*art rabulll Murrtia l-Drum Y.rdar William* 

ynmplaia with lln'- I » t'*.| m ?||j Dnngla. St 

Vlr'arit ll.ft'M 


GRANDVIEW QUAUCUM BTACH 
p..fiy .arliyui *'?* modarn ro'- 
itga. full* I urn tab ad 
main .arilnn of QuaHrmn WhP» 
Rand H*»-h Er*a ruwnoat. tw nnr 
Raa.nnahla r*i». ei** 
...miihla'i Wii'a 

ORAND'TEW 1 TOI.'PIST COURT 
QUALICUM BEACH 
phanc Dar nr Nigh' ,T * 1 


Used Appltonce 
Showrooms 

750 PANDORA 2-8932 


506 Cormorant 


WOODWARDS 


Used Apphonce 
Showrooms 

Bay O r Mmai -Sa - .nt Va 
an PANDORA 3 


PLAXTON'S RETREAT 

.AO NEW AND CLEAN 
IT IS FIT FOR 1 HE QUEEN 
D* lute ratun. tally modern ••■h 
• •if fma.i .and. baarh l*r rhlldr*-' 
Sira’* and oglbnard" ffti r*n 1 W'th 
a aalk-ln alatlnr molar fnr 
fl»h and i am# 

Rart-irafl R#i*. Onl'l Jun# kfl-h 
Phnna Ota'ar Bay l-T nr 
Wrlla R II 1 Camnball Rl*yf 


SHAWNIGAN 
Beach Hotel 


USED BUILDING 
MATERIAL FOR SALE 

S t# fi*'U'». entimaa* a'C riaa. 
I ' t f '*tura», fluoraaranl ilglHA 
Uiambing 


: i . matched set pro-made ooi.p 

id* rhlh* • 'h b.a a* na* 17ft nr 
n*ar ntl.r ft- 1414 

SMALL 4viLMS PLAYER PI AUG 
iabi» -fmti <hair. radio g'amn- 
llhrnia 4 3718 

GENDRON WARY STROLLER WITH 
* • and tltupping bag 111 4 "i 4 

Ah ifva 

W AN HI NO MACHINE. S A X O- 

jfliinia and anju.lgbl* rtiv.. loim. 
3-144 . 

Call 23 ISSUES HOME BUILDCMO IN 
Canada I4M-44 II 1*4 Cratg- 
4-34S1 


good, practical 

a'i|* limn* irallrr Nr 
•a mil H'*d tmm 
i. » nn. Cal* man .tor*. fftiO I'nnnt 

: mg 

USED AND NIW NATIONALLY 
• ii.ari l*»«l tala»i»inn »*•» «< bar- 
gain purr.' Piaa.a phnna Man- 
dai. Via wa.i Radio anti Talavl 
»i<in 3-4411 

in. 

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TWO TRACTOR HR'S 
Ann *h"l« olf iiib.on a i 
b- !4‘ It- * aliant rnnni' i 


I Only Cimnnr W*.nn,g Machln 
u*arl Thu >nu natd c 
In *a* 3>/y D( 

1 On If U«ad Oil Ranga In ai 

_ S I 49 51 

I tin.v Mndal Ibiir-buf h*i Hyar 

r.r. •“ $89 si 

I Uhl Will- Enamel . .n r. 

Herbage Burner 5^' O’ 

I IJi»d Mnlfat Range eiln mt 

dun 

burner * „ 

4 Xjnlv Oa*d Oiiroey 
elari.le and ail 

range 

I Onl* Pnierpriu r**d Cnmblna 

Hun ga. and •'wwl #TQ cc. USED FURNITURE THUNKS — 
range 9/7 JU Re.' drei Reliable rurnlltliftk 

I Only Heart. U.ed Cimbinatioyt J-471* 
n | and •odd SO WANTED TO BUY El ECTWIC 

r,nf * J i 1 I||u( tran.rnimar type al.o Bug 

1 Only WrCiAf? U.ad Coal and grout EUR »U* 14 4-Jlftl 

Srli' 1 r*f*r"»i»lr $39 50 BICYCLE SUITABLE POR DEI IV- 

ar- Ra.annabl* Good rondlilah. 

1 2?. ,T ,r * xs nn i w 

WANTED TO RU* LJUIGE BAR- 
IJ -Khan rue Phohl UWII# *?•- 

nln## * r ' ' ‘ 

WANTED OOOD H UM MOVIH 
pmiertar Phona Id .74 

HOUSES WANTED FOR DKMOII- 
llon Plata* pnona 4-I1M 


ROCKVALE RESORT 

modarn matot. ramrot'alila rntlag*. 
all inmDly'* J in i patgon. 44 
and uu Saimming frnm prly.’a 
final. (I.hing orr tha dork Rio 
anil 'ram m*' tir arr.ngamenl #' 

Rna •nn an Village Wtlle Manag'r 

Mf R Punnall Cliff. Id* PO VI 
BC Talephtina Cobble Hill 47 L-l 

r ~f*m i — rw zmvKBBNr 

WX MIM KI.I.ANK.Ot S Cl X MIWKI.LANKOUS 
FOR KALB FOB -HALF' 


MM ALL CHAISE LONOUI 
• ia ir»l and ifipuiat •• 
ra oidl lout fnr II* Ola'* 
mu i ii' 44. "if fa* labia, lift 
•-'770 af'ar ift a hi 

POWER SPEED MORE MH *• 

aga on? nth Edmund. hlgh-«'*m- 
pra*. ton aylindrr head for IIV'I 1 ' 
indai Chtv.lar or Da Sol" Pn*», 
4 >ft a' lama- Ray Oarage 

USED OARDEN TOOLS. 4TC 
Or»ns*t «t»*rlal 13-gaug* »»all'H 
«un in nr. eoBrtl'RN* Oood fit 
inUettnr Ptyona l-d14d 

TROPICAL PISH 

Ttn- 1 . -gallon Una* in banrt.nm* 
attnn* Sum* 3ft fi *h Pnnn* 
S-43'i I 1703 Q-itdfft h’ . S' * I 

A-, rr LINED DRArEB rof 
• ale three atnti'h. ftld, lual llkf 
n** Apply Mr. J Taaalar, l»7i 
Oa.ia Bt 


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irrTLE. REAVER FARM TRACTOR 
• lit! pkniah hit!", th c #'"i ttilM- 
yatnr A« r». t«'« 4-iaai 

4 HP SIMPLICITY Plow DISC 
rulll.aioi »irkl*h*r. Almn»t a*. 
Oiler. Si* 11*4 Virion* Pi#« 


NELL POM CASH 
Th'nk ni the.a fart. • ne n »*n 
l»a*e u.ad fynliura pit to di.pu-l 
of W. par ra .1 before tout •'•■•ua 
jet.* »i»ur h m» Wa pa* all liucl- 
(ng roe'e Wa hay* *• aUllaneft a 
rapi'aliun lor fair tlaailnt duriiig 
anno" lap dec ad*. In biulna.l is 
VR'oria Thank* fula. 

WAU V GRAY USED FURNITURE 
4IT-II4 Juhnum Blreat 3 UU 


AUTO COURT 

Alnfarn "Clean a» a WltH'l* ** 
Plata in i Bn*', and Modern 
R I Camnball Ri»*i Phon* 7«io 


THREE-PIECE BLUE CHROME 
klirhan IJ* * 1 ' HaywivHl 

Si* I 

RED LEATHER ARMCHAIR JUN- 
Inr pool labia four budgla bird* 
1- 7k'4 

S1NOER TREADLE OOOD ORDER, 
kli PI*. lit •aidrotaa 14*4 Start a 

run a • 


JOHN DEERE 

Indu.'rial Marh.nt'i and 
Allied Equipment 
• ai nn srnvirf 

Ramsoy Mochinc Works 

l.lmtt'il 

»■ Pbulpmant Diyiainn 
Otygan and Aratyien* G». 

IM CORMORANT 4 kill 


LIGHTWEIGHT 

WHEELBARROWS 


Ml« F.I.LAVFOIS 
FOR SALK 


t nominal inn doe* ANY* PLACE STILL SE1 J# 
r 7 C nn ’h* doll ailh rhld* heart If «• 
5/D UU Ml* aw an. war Inn ad HnS 1140. 
a P'a.. 


EAW EOIJR-PTECE^ WALNUT BEDROOM 
ft anil • 1*4 Phnna 1-3147 


CHILDS LARGE BI7.E E1H 
• ■na adni.tabla partalt. ua* 
linn Phone 4 044* 


TOR SALE — ONE H AS-DRIVEN IR- 
rlgal’on pump and * WEl faai piya 
An. raa.onabl* nftai PAnn* l-JOfO 


4fAViri MIRROR *4X41 IRCHES 
kayak »i»h* laet long, thra* f»*t 
• Ida * -07kl 

PIPE D1EE TIIRE.AOS PNOM ONE 
In lan-lmh pip*, like na» Phou* 
1-4474 


HEffYY DUTY BIOUX i.-IN El. EC - 
trie drill ann prew »#4 r nr i*ay 
fnr boar 4-3104 

EXTENSION STEEL SI AT SPRING AND 
mair* °' ,r " apripg mange..' .ingle m. ilk* 
urh AH in *'t Phonr 4-7i7i 

DINETTE EXTENSION TABLE 4 
matching r*d (ila.tlc <eai rhalra. 
Ilk* nr* Quirk adlr lift 4-1141 

GOOD BRITISH INDIA CARPET 
I t 11 grran hackgrnuad vllh 
rnae Phune T-4440 

SEVERAL SMALL AND LARGE 
bunk.helye. for •*•* all II bitn 
mine 1-1 >44 

roR sale -4 1 cd cr rRinm- 

*■•• r#f rigaramr. uwd I montO. 
SHOES CLOTHIRfl LAROE CIMH. Pnona J 1*14 

"ngurV U.Q. f0 mft B ».«V» , M teco rubber wheti. mower; 

Blreat 


Hi t I* uud 


DICKINSON 8. DUNN Br>rry 

Aran* Way, bar* nf tna Bay d nini table arm «l* 

• tuflad arm rhalr < 
ttr.i-rl*.. nrder 4-174* 

l tile* Hmk y Tlllar •Hh Implaman'a. YOUR IEPADQU ARTIRB POR 
. n#« 4144 ftO model airplane .upplia* Hnbb'e. Ar 

Piny Tta-tar a. n*« rra'U Unumlied 111 Via* *i . 

Ft r g ii., in 1149 A-l cnniii'ion. 1-7411 
lea our hh* vrtm.nl of u-d OR™ ELECTRIC WAHHINO MA 
raclark and mplrm.n'. »• •* '.***** 141 

Prt '1 Slrael 1-1411. 1-7104 

BEPAIRB TO ALL MAKES OP 

• a»h#i* All «or* auaraniaad. 
lylaad Wailllf Repair Barflaa. 
1411 Chatham 1-4*11 


FOROHON TRACTOR OOOD RUN- 
n'nc orOft il«lj*b**l* 4-I4A4 

3. PIECE DAVENPORT. 4-PtHCt 
flirnm. 1*' 4-141* 

silver pox ran. *« eecel- 

lant amidlUM KnliBft 41 M 

CHILD* LARGE WOODEN CRU» 
Phnna 4-10*1 

POWER MOWERB POR RENT 

3 -fill - 

PICTURE FRAMING 

William wn". Photo *»d Ari Binro. 
440 Pori SI f*a. 

KITCHEN CABINETS VARIETY 
Wart Prndnria. 14* K'ngamn *1*11 


PEACH TREES ORAVENWTPIN 
apple Bart let i p**r all I w •• year* 
n'd II M. Pru* plum, and Jap 
flowering plum* II '0 Olher 
ahrub* and piano ai bargain 
prtaa. ItM Churrh kya off 
She*»n i rane Sunday, only 

WANTED CHRYSANTHEMUM* 
large hnlllea and aaartllngy h". - 
• nod h«4.H Will pna. yvur lour- 
el» tnniri* hyd'anga. 

Will trarta plan', ahruna 
•ml rnmpn.l Be I 1034. 

P.*». 


MAIS ELECTRIC 


pining tractor, an camignmant 
Vkiona 

r F & F Troctor Equ<d Lfd 

__ CLIMAX IBM Doug la* > T Tl.; 

Brill. h SO'a'algn anrt Im-'if "< 
ra.obotrv Hoyaan*. Ca»r#d»taarri*. 

Muabarri*. Ai Oold.lraam Berr. 

Paaarli.e" Nurwrla. Humpboak Rrt "t 
Phon* 4 Ml for aopnmimani 


SMAIJ USED COAL BTOKKR 

Phone 1-111* 


1*71 Cm* Btraef 
Phnna 1-41*0 I-4IJI 


JOHN DE€RE 


ISLAND JUNK BPE.S BOTTLER. 
#1< ■•tight Phnna 1014 3 Wo roll. 

TO »EU. GOOD BOOKS CALL 
1H37 H. ant'd (konkahap *41 Port. 

WANTED -POWER LAWN MOW XX. 
Phone 144*0 


mg . ghair. 


II CUBIC P BUT DEEF PREE7.E 
bail raamnablo offer oeeepted 
Phonr 1-4404 


Donnocono 

Board 


WE BUY AND BELL MI79ICAL IN 


AUTO SAPETY BELTS DESIGNED 
■ nd mad* n Vieipf** Phone Mr 
D«a|a 4-4*31 

BEEP BY RTOB OR QUARTER 
hug. h*lj or whole : good for 

In ker, acli reagnivAtdy 1 -pOOj 


trunk* grot 
Trading 1431 


CLEARANCE OP NURSERY STOCK 
Low orire. on dnuhla pink hahy « 
bra* III. heather, a.araraank p*r*n- 
slala Jimnii. 1741 Ruby Cloaad 
Sunday. 7-1141 

MK OFF OS ATX. 1VEROREENS 
(gait and ornam'jugl um »n<l 
bwahaa hna*. whll# Ih*. l*«f MR 
#*rh Th* Bhrubbaty, 717 Pwrt 8 l 


CHAM pros ANTENNA -ALSO 
Mmm« V Channel I. 31 and matt. 
4 - 3k in 


Romsov Mochme Works ^^"VrcT.n' ’TiinaV 0 ’^ 

- «!»«« -division - w-jjM "" 


ELECTRA-KTEEM RADIATOR 
naw, half price »-••»« 


CEDAR PEWC* POSTS **• EACH 
T~Wm "fwrnwir nf - r N H h m itye 


PHONE SUITS mtKSSES COAT*. NEW 


4 )0 waakrtai* GEIGER COUNTER 
u „ >VeKTB|. 

t P O R D DIC- — 

. and Webb i*a BABY BUGGY AND 
yl* 14k 3-3004 good rondinon 43ft 

COUNTER AND RASY CARRIAGE- I* 

aaaonani* 11*1 t?-l' *14 I-»»* 

UAMlT hoist, mu 


p 1 3*1 I 1330 

BABY BUGGY 117 M R1GH CHAIR 
gi w Taylor -Tn i git, »t«ilin and 

r *«* 410 3-atft« „ 


TWO GOOD BUYS 


PBRTTI.I7.E NOW UNE DUCK FORD 4N--Murh ballar #aen 

on ana (or ba.i roaiil'e Pn.abert. than aaaraga condlllnn JOjU 

nn« 0 M. yeoatabla and lo>n* a«c pordaon MAJOR 1111. anen 

° uU rwrm nkyyHiRW $950 

BERRY PLANTE AT OOI.DBT RE AM Movhsw Strutt L 

Bor.y PbraAiaa Nwraerte* Hump vat n ’ ° " 

bark Rood Lort raU MluaborrT William* Ltd 

plant* Phon* 4-1441 jjtj Dongiaa Blraal phono 4 - 4 * 13 

LARGE BET ECTIOH REDDING 

planu Drle* o.U knd make 

*aWtM>o VMM BrM 4041 Na 
Aowapa 

CRbTENT BIRO BATHS FLOWER 
mu fi.a •!.*• aun mala .teri>»n« 

•4M.O* T Ala.anrtar IM4 Shal- 
bourn. Ba. Phoaia 1 -ftTU. 


CAPITAL _ 
IRON & METALS 
LIMITED 


.wbater. fnr 
Jenna Br« EXTENSION TABLE 4 CHAIRS 
i:4""BT4Rr-7»«r .Btale • #*•»*« *4 
1-143* - 


Government Bireai 


_ _ UHnn YARD PHONE 

•Jin l« fan »alhi eftbl# 1 -W* 

noon LAYER MOWER REASON - RUO RON* kurgntii^J.U PAT- 
etato U 1-1*34 lamed ECtWf. *44 l-4ftftl 

BAG-HOT CADDY CART OOOO MUST REIX- BOAT. MOTOR AND 

- m»dn ton *30 1 -MOO iralUf phi. eitra. *-7*4d 

METAL DRiVEWAY GATES WIRE OE PRIOIDAIRE EXfXI I f NT 
marl. II* 1-3441 eftCMHMB Phoeia 4-17*4 ayao ng. 

S A LEIGH CHAIN DRIVE TRI- ORE APT OARAOE DOORS AND 

r - . i.t .4. tailing ITU T-T7T0 t • n* e^mrb door Phnn* I1C1 

ONE | ABO* " N| UNAD4 OO tit POUR TUUCB 4 k«X34. AND TUBES 
l»n« .* 41 J-44U. f 14. PhM»* 4-14*4 ' 


OR BEN STUDIO COUCH IN NEAR 
iy new condition hall prise 1-43*3 


STURDY CEMENT MIXER HAS 

pullet foe »c;ot. II# Wa-^Hnghnu.* 
•Irttrlc pOtlable a»en *1* Pbnne 
J. ir»* 114 Hunlin gdnn Plar* 

TWO BIDB-POLD1NO WOODEN 
(trace 4MUI Splendid tOOdUMin. 
About 4 fl -Ide Hlglve.l bidder 

Ptanne J- MM „ 


SUNSHINt TBICYfTX AND 114 Government Streai 
irtilar tvretlenl abapt Pour 

ra.r. u, 4-143. " MU-. 

TECO LAWNMOWftS SMALL fsy umbVa’Ia -lepa left l 
Mn-bra, band ... Olrl a ^ LAROE TRUHk 


Z »»* ANTiqt KS and CHINA 


A B C ELECTRJC ^ w ^ ^ VMl * 

Raoul 1 1 Vacuum Claaaara Umm i* 4* taw. lalu* »*• lm Mndal a pvk 
4*4 Port B> real 4-4IIB or »ba. »*v# ym .1 Phnna l-l* 


YTCTORIAH CNAIRO. | A DIES 
and geena". uphoi..* .rt ••>,* tla- 
ma.k, ar.-i.Wial mair aa»«;ap«>nl 
•aat. 4**1* 


WHITE Eh AM El OUHNEY RANGE 
•Art rlyrulai In* ha#t#y rha.'er'^'ft 
•bale bed «nni and maitraa. 
1-44*1. 




LARGE ROOM — SINGLE OB 


the chicks wrmcn onr* 

1 ' RESULT 8 ' 

B'*» I) tq# tnr-g ta orJcr .your 
*hlr*i Over M yearl Vyiwrirtice 
In prnducing rind poultry '« our 
gua ranter quality 7-u pur* and 
•»oaa brceiM ta **l*ft Irani tkru* 
far particular* and prtrav. an] r*- 
•«®bar II I rrtulta that '-ount * 

RVftfP a. srNpAU. ltd 

La i('«f Prilrir B C . 

• nd Vernon 1C 


ROOM AND MO A Kli FOR OMT- 
ll*man near Parliament Hulldina* 


BOOM AND BOARD WALKING 
diManca to Buildinat. PairfieW 
1-1711 


LARGE. BRIGHT lluOM PGR 1 
working penimi. In privet* borne 
Board actional 111 Ruaarll 3 0114 


r*»t Piiitm 
IVef Pall-ia 


MU BROWSE rtlRKErif CANADIAN 


REASONABLE ROOM, D O A R P 


»ppi«*'d a*, via To«r.» hvaa »na 


Thl* I* lb* Ufa 
Thia ta lb* Lira 

Kay Bilan rthow 
fTu * Bulger Stiuw 

You Aft Tb*r* 
Tou Ara Thera 
Burnt and All in 
Bum* and Allan 


Soldier Parade 
Sokkitr Parade 
Colima Pr*»a CM. 
Collage Pratt Con. 


Color T**t Pattern 
Thought N»wt 

Chriaiaphtr 
Program 
Amarican Pitn-wi 
American Porurn 


Weekend Edition 
Oaoff Harwood 
Ol»a Th»* Pvart 
Looklnc at M»tie 


Beaebtll 

Barret l| 
Ra-* t> all 
Burnell 


•ut of th* Pa*t 
tut nf tba Pitt 
ThU I* tba Life 
Thl# la tba I if* 


CalhqDc lloor 
Catholic Hour 
Zoo Pared* 

fr*Ti of fnw 
Captain Gallant 
Captain Gallant 


The Playbouie 
Tli* Playboua* 
Binall Pry Prollra 
Bra Ml Pry Protira 


Oral Rubai 1 * 
Oral Roberta 
Matinee 
Mallnc* 


Reoelut Inn In 

Tr ana porta llrn 
Ctoallvn** ot Kona* 
Challenge of Hooka 


Junior Thrar a 
Junior Thraira 
Junior Theatre 
Junior Thra'.rt 


Thu l» the Lila 
uie Picture 
III* Pirlur# 


Private Baeryi ary 
Private swftrtarp 
Ttie Ku«*l*« 

III* Kugglea 


Home 

lloma 

Kama 

Home 


I li ko Manor— ri* r me Burraa 
I Bedroom immediate occu- 
pant j INN per moot n 

1 n*d mama — Available .'un* l*L 
ID I JO par month 
Self -Contained- Blertri* rangea, 
refrigerator* automatic hint. 
V. ala in* dtnanca to town. 


Te«t Pattern 
Teat Pa item 
Teat Pattern 


t Quetnrl Aparlmenu — La 

Port Street* 

I Badroum Bull* — Imme 
dlate orrupanry 
I Bachelor Suita Avallabli 
May 341 la 

I Bachelor Su'te Arailabli 
May 13th 

Self -Contained Complete 

with refriceraUira. rat *r* 


Hoapl'al 


Mot la 

Movie 

Movie 

Carnival 

Carnival 


3 Alanburne Apart menta-- Da Lint 
Bulla 

1 Bedroom, aalf-rnntalned Walk- 
ing dlatanre IT* 00 net motiGi, 
Gar ace. 35 00 Caretaker* d iM*a 
if dialled. Oeneruua allua once. 
Immrdiata occupancy. 

BROWN HROB AOENClkH LTD. 
tl)3 Blanahard Street 
Phone* l-IIIJ - 3-1 IM 


Hopeion* Caaaidy 
nnpaii.na Oaaaidy 
line along Caaaidy 
Hdpaluna Caaaidy 

Dick Tracy 
Dick Tracy 
Abbott A Ch*tello 
A in ion * Cm la i to 


Medio 

Medic 

Kune Mnnijneirry 
Until. MmugAiuery 


Wre-tlmg 

Wrea'llny 

Wreatllnc 

Wreitlln* 


Root. Mpaigmnvry 
Root M on’. gamer y 


B.<tina 

Batin* 

•porta Deik 


ATTRACTIVE 


overlooking k r a r h MGchoaln. 
Purther parGeulara apply 1-31B* 

ADMIRALB ROAD — TintBE-BKD- 
mom oil hast, a aeiri- atm a. 
wwaBar ara. .#->)* May I; tent. 
• II* children ton*M*rtd Pem- 
berton Holme* t.tS. 4-11)4. tool 
Governmant Itraat 

Ptn.LT FURNISHED TWO BEIl- 
rwam* refrigerator elcetrle < an- 
■net kitchen automat* wakh.ng 
■r.arhin#. wall-to-wall rarpae May 
II to Auauai li M» pox ntonth. 
Ke* refundable ttopoaii ) Mil y 


inraa-room wjP In ai<M 
innlaa fig . k*> miidre* 
PUrfleM 4-IM4 " 

• ELF -CONTAINED THREE 
apartmen'. araiUbto nww 
Owen IM Johnawn. Phone 

rwramii rm 


weekly or monthly rataa » eeij 


BEACON I ODOR n DOCOLAE 
•trad where a quite become* a 
bom* P-jryilahad kaclxlnr apart - 
•nan ta at an nrtce* j.iau 


fridee an* hath, automatic heat. 
»a*nin* faeUIUea TV Meet* and 
tale play area far children Alan 
one one bedroom unit with fridge, 
propane fang* ' and ahower Ed*w- 
• aler Auto Ceurl. 8-3003 

GORDON HEAD EHAUMlWf JCR 
rjaU, fur a|*M .0*2 ' - 


TWO ROOMS A.sy KITCHENETTE 
I ITT McKantle Street, fwirflela ilu- 


WHER CHANGING TOUR At>- 
Brea* M. aura la arranaa far t>uin- 
lerruptefl dallaery «f ywor Dally 
e.'wKmial -hjr tetephawh n t-OItt Cir- 
rolaUa* Dept 


NEW- DE LUXE 
bun iliac Bearn Drive 
anil* aea view. I* 

anile Hid 

Ca«nora Btr Road * 

Junior Hiab-One b*. 
■ round floor. 14140 
It" 50 and 3?p Con 1 
llnya Praaer Siee..* 


BKAPBONT GAR RsV 

On* -bad room a-jjie. full* fumiahod. 
• Ilk par mpntb . inrlodtn* bastieig 
*a4 electricity Adaita aa.y a-IIU 


rATRnxLO rmot 

* ru - roa* t a i n ed aulta 
loo or Girt* adult* 


ALL NEW PCIf I ROX/SR TWO-RED 
room, hot -water hwat 4* lute ap- 
poinlaaan'* avoflaM* Jww* »m 


414 QUEBEC ITT 3M PER HOm 

Jar* to Bepttmrjar. lair ranau and 
UU1RV row* Hat water heat Ma 
rtdldren Artemi E Haynea Ltd 
T33 frt S' j-im 


RlertriL*%nc!»an 


ATTRACTIVE THREE - R O O M 
•elf - eoatatned farnlabe* auft*. 
vacant May II Rent 3A5 Adu u 
1*4*5 rtenln** 


TWO SIT! ER AVAILABLE IMMV 
4lS'4ly In modem rloae-m Mock 
lnr«* iivina ran kttehoo dine-.it 
and bedroaa. alaeuie rang* a *4 
relriwarelnr lawndry r Aril HIM m- 
dltldwally thermoatansADT * • o n- 
l railed boe-watar heating. 31« 
WTEW ART CLARK A CO 
JI4 Yarrow Building i-SJll 

NtAJtLBTO** A PrB BTRTADA- 
'» na and P«rt ta« and thraa-r^m 
•titoa l»f» in Mata new M*>t R«#i- 
*<•* a* ova ana refrigerator ar* ah 
aim trie Ir.aiaiaiad Ooa* ta ahnp- 
!>!•» aaatrt wu* and n tadwe — a 
Pa'k Adult* only Phone Tne 
> ana da Trwm «> I -St It. aaaw 


AVAILABLE MAT It MODERN 
b element apariinen' thra* room* 
and bathremm Priaal# entrance 
All at ill Get *uppii*il Rent raa- 

• -naale la raw c a»fbta paw? Adana 
Can b» aaar. Sunday baioean 1-4 
p m IO07 Quadra 


TWO-ROOM PAHTl.T-rriRNISHED 

awl'# Bull on* lady lit IIM Mr 

CJa*». 


r*lXJ% ROOMS ARD BATH Ufna 
dapiei aloaa in clean and com- 
fottoa* Available May 1 Rent Ml 
PVT appointment phone 1-4454 

EXCEPTIONAL ORE - BEDROOM 


BULLY PURRfEHED EXCRPTfOW 
Ally rmB'nrtabta bungalow «r> twl 
aerea waterfront Gordon Hand 

Apply 1-M1I. 


BA< M IU« EUfTE. OOOO LIVING 
»•«•«. ki'-hm and hath frit and 
rang* Jubll*# dlt'rlei aiilomatie 

Ml hoi water heal »pa*ale en 
tfanve »*.J lirMneSlau. Apnf* 
Auiu 1 ai IIM Ida St 


TWO ROOMS PRIVATE BATH 
and entrance Availsai* Immedi- 
ately Workmt con pie preferred. 
4-7110 


0 D PAIRPTELD 
•-bedroom eotra 
trie atwfe and re- 
r I nded Avatlasla 
per monUi Con- 
ner * Stephen- 


UPSTAIRS SO IT ABLE FOR Rt'NI - 
naaa ro-.p**: near Jubilee Hoapitaf. 
Eyeatnt* 4-tat* 


h*'B. sat 

rxw onter 
tow ladle* 


CLEAN RRIORT TWO-RiXM 
•on# Lady pr-fvrrv-l ait Rayorar, 
Eapuimali 


rana* Pair 'mu 

• iPOtled Sail i 

14" *14 Linden 


PI -AT IN OAK RAT REASONABLE 
rant. Phon* 3-13M 


DALLAS RD 
MM7 


m HWAPfl ’ M BOARD AN D RfWM 

UXI WITH it A* EM KMT * MU n LAMieC BMiGMT ROOM TWIN 
lumbar, tni# iota modal car aa twdi aldariy ladle* nilUnc Vo 
part Phon a 7-iaat I ahAra Pti-me 1 411 

1M0 NASH ron DEEP RIW7.E P<J1* WORKTRO MEN ROM- 

h*t R/iiotuiar. piano or obAi ha** i kreum* pfmic*rA Out** diatnct 
you* 1-! 114^ t 3-alM 


™, r . , d.M.ul* Oo.ui board. W or kins mail 

MATC III V < • Hi(iS. KTC. 


p'<r**t ItAi.ar Turke* P*uo. Tela* 

• •aph B*t Cobble II ill 7lLl 

CAUOKT WITH TOUR I'ULLTI 8 
down* !Hart»<l hl :»» »y»ll»Dle . 
f.-nm Jan 11 hat- b and later - 

MacKeua * E<Mj dbM Baat Hat- 
ting* Vanenuyer 

WE BPECIAMAE IN NEW HAMP- I 

• hire rMckr Haichlna ecaa tor 
•ate Cbitih* pnui'ry Pa un and | 
Hatrhary Saamciilon. Keatuid IRI 

BELLING OUT. BIROS IN PULL , 
lay. liume-jiira |3 l.eghoraa II to ' 
earn . Ei*ht-aeeA-*ild ^amptMre 
liulteta. II «aeh Ph'in»W 3T3l 

WANTED- LIVE POWL AND ROAB- 
Urt lop prlcaa paid aeidbad at I 
>aur plat* Phona *-ll»J 

SEVEN LAYING IILfl It 35 EACH. 

O'-lden Seahright bantam* 15 trtu. 
-<T<iu*ln* leal buriiau Avenue 

BOLIVAR li A M PH OK CRO.SBW 
Id month* lay >ng Hard. 13 35 a- ***0 1 

AIL KINDS Of HEN* WAKTPn 
•74 Green Street 3-1.01 au-l 3-1*17 

WAN I ED * 1 It HOODING lIRNt 
alao Pekin* dui k ret* PllOti* a-JS'." 

BUSINESS BRED CHICKS 

Tmmadtatr dallvary un all popuin* 
bread* and emiaai Price* on 

rcqint 

Bolivor Hotchcries Ltd 

Pot aeu New WcJlm. niter. SC. 

31 n HOB8K8 

POB SALE rXCEUENT RIDIKO 
hoia*. Uioruughbred. a* Mir a v**y 
nail trained pet Wank amaller 
hone lor a"l *-IM> 

MBMRT » RTOIHO a- HOOI 1 
til l.ak*. rtaaitnabla rate* Plmir 
• 1314 

IIG CATTLE 

THREE SOUTH DOWN RWE3I EWf 
lamb and a ram tor .ale, ur aim Id 
teada- for »*wr1 p-ilei lamily «uw 
due Iraahan aouu or duriru aummer 

l-IMi 

REV EK a ' rAMli - JWS PI RET 
and third ealeera. tao raiv't 
Phona 1-7144 

EACYUKVT PAMILT COW INM4 
•ala. frrah two month*, miikins 
four aallont Phone 3-31*1 

DAIRY HURD WITH QUOTA POK 
aa.* Bo i 1110. Vi tnriA Prr«i 


BOARD AND ROOM POM TWO 
working men l.i *ha>a twin bed* 
and TV Plior* 1-33J5 

| OOOD HOME FOR WOKKINO 
muttier and child Day mrt lur 
I child 7.1131 

‘ noun nn*7M and HOARD. 10 
1 rfflnute* from city mitre 3-141)* 

. OOOD HOME WITH NURSING 
rare lur t*dy Pbune 4.3505 

. SINGLE rf'fOH GOOD ROfJftD 
I i.Uiaa in but falrfieTd 3-1JB* 

, CfUIUMYL*. 1531 CHAIODAN- 
roeb Hot * -i cold water, 4*0011 

, ROOM AND BOARD FOB BUM- 
net< ttnlleihAti. 4. II Unarm Ave 

ROOM Am HOARD IN PRIVATR 

hnme 4 1*10 

H» ROOM slid HOARD 

U INTED 

wanted! UROENTLY - ROOM 
iM bca'd for worktn* molher and j 
1 n*.» rhildreu Day rare 3-4114 

37 BOOMS N> RENT 
FC’RNIKIflCD 

NICE BOOM PO|) WOltKINfj MAN 
Can be uaod a* ileepin* nr li*ht- | 
hnuaekeeptnc tiiDIk. o' WarkiHf 
ni«'> *>h bin me** wwhlnc hn 

»*u»iiinine caili* aneoereii. Uo; 
B-j'de 

PURhl SHE'D ROOM IN PRIVATE 
hnnie Oi'ikln* arranged if ne*ur«i 

Mult bualura* pertua* Hall hit**-* 

hue- :-9J51 

NEWLY DECORATED CORY 
rm.-ma all It tlnk . rliv sVntre IIV 
For) Ht Ph.ine 4-0111 

LORETTO MALI.. Jaw BCLLEVIU.K 
St One t home OlGl ro><«<* tu 
rent at modarkta |irt'*i 

CONGENIAL HOME POR TWO 
men clitae in. breakfael ..ptiunal 
S-TONI 

COST HOoidT FAIRflO.D KIT-* - 

alien privilege*, buanieu ue**<"i 
14 week 3-kRlt 


Television for Sunday 


CULT 

Cluuincl 1 


BV ROV PAKBETT 

A subjptf which may prove to be of vital interest 
to every television viewer will be discussed on KXT.V- 
TV at 2.15 this afternoon. 

Leaders In the in«lus | : 1 

try will discuss the pros 
and cons of subscription , / C rN 


work 'gjy VI I — esT“ 

Bij Interests In United I n » » 

Stiites hnve long advo ~ \ j h— j Let 

cated "coin » 4 in - the-slot" J r -'a ft^ 1 a a* 

T*V for the presentation W 'CV A , J 

of major sports events *\* Pj*y / A ‘ ' j »a 

and outstanding entei A / * • '1 I tm 

UJnment features. “ / ! a is 

f*i would he / . • 

televised fn “scraTnbled ' A ~ '«• 

form— subscribers* would 1 t •« 

have to pay a fee in oi _ ft . '* 

der to receive the tele J;*' 

cast clearly. fr 'i I am 

After h long delay, the 

Federal ComrpUnica lions i -l i?a 

Commission in United * 7 *• 

States has decided to |P'- 

hear arguments In Die ;t 

case Both aides will air ^ <-l J *“ 

their views this month V.f fl ^ t * ' — " — 

Heartfigs will only hear 1 ”,, “ ■'! 1 ; T 1 ' — ^ «n 

the legal aspects of "loll- ** i unt ,,,<e that. Mai- * n* 

•vision," engineers have ^^-P^ure's iN-rfin-t:" — 

jrlready worked out the technical problems !« la 

Whether the average viewer who will burn 25 . |J;” 

cents worth of gasoiine tr>ing to find a parking meter ~n »,~ 
wlih a penny in the slot will pay for programs from {' ,s 
a pay-a.s-you see station when he can get a selection ' 1 1" cl 
of other programs free from regular TV stations, re I 
mains to be seen. 

12 • 

* A * 

MAR IN THK AIR The story of the development 
of RAF bombing raids over Germany will be told on 
CBUT nt l ,m this afternoon 

SKATTf.E RASKKAl.i, -It Is a double header today “L,:... 
--*»t J.M-on KVOS-TV and KTVW as the Rainier* take Oii ! T, *‘*'* 

the San Diego Padres for the last games of the current , _ 

home scries. The next game on KTVW will he May 17. 
when the Rainier* play host to the Portland Beavers. * « 
JENNY USD The story of P. T. tUrnum. and of 
the singer he brought to New York in 1850. without ever I jj[?? 
having heart! her voice, will tie told on You Are There • 

at X on CBUT I 

\\ 1 1 .1,1 AM PITT — Robert Donat and Deborah Kerr, ||'J} 
are seen in “Young Mr. Pitt," the story of the life of '» » 
one ol Britain's renowned prime ministers, on KTNT- 1 — " ' 

i* is 

l.t t ll.I.K BALL— One of TV' s best romedy shows I 
is flntling new, friends on KTNT TV at 5. as The Sunday *— , — 

l.ury Show revives some or the most popular I Love 1 u 
Lucy programs. I * 


ONE ONLY FEMALE GERM AM | 

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Huth dag end pi.p ran be **»n »t 
r Wrndan. Marrhanl «-'•*. Biant- 
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Tarlah Bnait, fl'dnry Phone kkX 

REGISTERED UKHMAN 8UORT- 
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hunting atrain ot< thia cnaM 
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GENTLEMAN NEAR PARK A'Gl 
bn* klt'hrn. all auuplitd 315. 
I. tr ier 101 Ciuk .Ht Phao* 4-0*75 

Ft.'RNIHHI.l) HI Kf PINO lU'OM TO 
rent 1511 m*uliiaate. , 

DGUDIE ROOM MQttlMALT 
Nary penonnal Mill 

RLEEPINO ROOMS TO RENT — 

1-0135 

ATTUAtTIVJL ULDIIOUM NEAR 
park, kll taund 335 3-0534 

BRIGHT SLEEPING ROOM. SUIT 
«n» or t«<* 1433 B*r 

BRIOKT CLEAN RTw>M Ut'SI- 
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FURNISHED SLETFINO ROOM 
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Bob Cumroinyi 

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hunting atrain «. thia cnaai lujiiimait 4-3451 

*‘ 3,N - SINGLE SLEEP t NO ROOM LOW 

WET NV A RARER Pt'PPty.N MB r*D' W4 Cook Et ] l»« 

W74t friM * BOOM POH ONE OH 

* _ ten. 111 HU (aide 

d^°m«dp A "rTSD ATTRACTIVE ROOM EXCELLENT 

V" ^fceredT'ea ^JTiao «>reakf Ml out.an.1 «-»••« 

THE GREATER VICTORIA DOG •' FEPLNQ ROOM *3« 3-4151^ 

nhM'enc. tralolna flub Phone j- ^ ROOM TO RENT 

wanted' MALE BROW'S COCKER 1 v Kt BN IS II hD 

n^‘| r , f ' l S^ t kD- :Umei ~^ mOE I V n i U M T R OOM I'D I IBNT- 
Jnuna raa urn able J.me, B ay Phan# altrr 5 pm. 

MALTBBE MAI JC PUPPIES. MER- > -’‘'7 

redea Gih-on 3*«fh Rd Cnwichan ..... ... I 

Ria'ton Phone Dunran lialA -W» IIOl Sl.KhhlTN ( . 

WANTED SERVICE OP REGIS- ROOMS TO KK.N'T 

lered Gulden Coekrr In rachanae Ft'KNISIfFIl 

lur one I tv* pup* 3-3*15 „ Z__ 1 

choice cocKrn popfiem hujm . port street - close in i 

110 4TS1 We*t Saanich Rd 5-I4M *r.,und - floor tornlihal , 

— haumkrepuig Mtm, tvaddlng. dlah* 1 

RKGISTKHED OERMAN A IIEP- *», light and hm water Inrludrd 
herd, an nvunthi. t*5. 3-5*41 tworkm* man only), 435 3-4J13. 

110 CATC evrnmc* 

FONT STREET - CLOSE IN 1 

WANTED -OOOD IIOMBS FOB Tea rno*n* lurnUbed. including, 
lei* adall cat) Na ch-ldrei> Pbnne nae nf fridge and Utility room 
3-4*04 idtnall bahy OK I 41* ar 141 

- ^ _r~^: . i 1-4313. eyrninga 1-3*40 

S1L 1 At. K BIRDS anti large himoht front room 

A» AKIEN gr •ind Ilnur. n**ly deroraled. 

— — — — — - heated, near Parliament Batldltii 

COIAJR BRED CANARIES GOOD r ,i] 4 f,„ j u Sunday, weak 
•inirra- J-35N1 fl4yl Uinr Jl Hnulh TUrntr [ 

WAHHLER CAN ABIES MALE AND p tl H N I ft H T. I) HOLUPKEEPlNO 
female Hit h)«krt Hoad 3-33 *1 ri-om Frerylhina ati|'|il|e<| Fi»a 
wav uiuct'i i aveni ic fckneka from city remit Reaer*a- 
Sl\ MlSt r.t.I.AN F.01.S , , l0n arr ari*ed Weraly rate* Mr* 

LIVKSTCH'K DanJawi 1*01 Unden 1-6135 

- TWO COMFORTABLE ROOMS 

_ . • ... i ana awvail one available tmmeflt- 

Ooenhbu** rafter# cedar limber. ltflf cn# , T#ri4l0l# nB the JO'h 

,Bn ** "•* ' Kvarylhlne • .ppDad rloa# to Idea 
3-iat* evening* 4-1*** m Vanrcuy.r 3-5511 

WALL COOLER GOOD CORIM McCI.ORE «T LARGE FUR- 

rZ c 2" m";; iE MM •'..laekeepm. 

milk cana. Ifl-lb »'i* l«« baa forfn wlth „ n# ^ivarat a aouaaea 

Phan* Keaitnc II* V q hm working pertnn pr*f#rr*d 

34 BETELS • ,M ' 

• *11 MICHIGAN, LA ROB BRIGHT 

BEVERLEY HOTEL iipGaira rmun for wnrktrt gltl 

Ir thi h»art "I Victoria and a *nod *g rW |, gecorared *e'l lurr,l»hed, 

■ lau hotel at mnorrat * rate* far - <llU] y-,,. w*i*r. Ilifll In- 

itaaaleata and p*nnan*nt an*»U- I rt ,„ lw i ija 1 HM 
Hou**krrplng io*im» available Tele- i 

alalan In onr cbmlortabl* Inunaa LARGE BRIOfTT ROOM FUR- 
734 Tata* Ntraat Phone 4-M1I | n .hed or inf-imuhad Quiet M- 

JAMES BAY HOTEL \ J£"~ p^fVr'Jid ^ *g‘ 

American BT Forapavalt plan Albert- 4 ,. „ , - M , 

ran plan aa Ui» •• 173 N per week- 

Teleela'nn entarUintpent 31* Oov- jlTL BONITA tODO* ONE BLOCK 
r-nmani Street 4-likl t,a **a park and h"«. fully *ur- 

THE i iLENRMIEt. N5 DOUGLAS ^~ # .n rffl? - MbMM 

t-Tsnsr'pttS *• „ 

3™TwairSrr iPinrvmrfa MV WALKING DISTANCE 1 AIIGE 
TRANSIENT AtMRTVp*TS BY «,(h kll'f.enalG hot and 

day nr weak K-nt Apt Motel, f|()d ,,,„ lir> , burn ai"1 

Blanahard H* d .he* »,ippiied 3-7*34. evening* 

I® ”4*0331 r<,B CUT AN BRIGHT HOOM FOR TWO 

pant PaagMa Straet 4-5331. T> , n ^ ^ ,, h , # near 

b'jo Sha-v W" • elth »4r* "1 

u iv i.inoA ••Fit • ft git Itnndtf* 

DE LUXE MOTEL J no. m kitchen- 1 

lac a •ft •: *i<* ga> *iove hut f’lll a4'*r, 

nr a * |T I LI II O.LOMitlr h« at 4'ilet Ad ill*' 

acPAVJlirtJL „. llr ««4 Mirh aan 

0UAUCUM BEACH large ru-uintHiD front 

VANCOUVER ISLAND •" M^^Gr Mi 

R*f ellenl baarhfropi alia n.O'.P n , n i" * viao 

aTFWtffWSBtt mxr AND CLEAN HnWEEP-l 
and lau* modern n.rrr kGomn ,ng and Ba(1-M»una JI? 

heuaa Tnr op* i atm Good revauu* vaf h«nve aH l«4)tttl B- '*■ ' >' " 

• ud e a pa OAK'S pieaparl* 331 MM P' 11 *' h " ,, ' *' u ''" 1 ! 93 ** _ I 

mil handle »1] C/TA ROOM WITH t'SK KITCHEN Tin 

Full pnea JJliJW di.iOv.) 130 Emit* h<-,ae 

C B Me AHialp* Aa*m vaeanl .Imrliy, IW R"« lltt Vte- 

Bn* 47, Huaitr im B*a<h »C ‘" r ** * ,,r ' w 

I l.AROF PLEASANT ROOM ON 

rv-A u • * it, r a Ca • «'»»« I 1 '"' hsi-wdter heatuia . 

Rifz Hotel, 710 Fort St* mi»* suvm. 

PURHISHkn k PAH I Mr NTS AND «-3S33 

• -fSfcJISL-. - rr 1 : 

Tyaa*leat j ].4gp« 

GLEN CQURT HOTEL houbkkfhfimd noum puh 

34 a •*•* tip N»el, deenra.ml Ml ;**' *«'» ,B 

JUa vahard B'raat Phnna ••mi 3-l.0a J^lk Oavernmeat .. 

aim ramrt-c ... , " I A ROE CLEAN ROOM WITH 

34B tOTTAtiKS ami kRrhauaiia. Hmi-Idrntahed Pbime 

< ntPSITES 1 

mum 'amin and ttn7 

Turz Si^gS^n v r ** ^ * ™ . , 

lari* Boa 1014 Victoria Prea* nr » AIRFIELD it aNEMENT BED-SIT- | 
3-0114 I line riM>n and kitchenette Oarage 

CAMPSITE •• ???•*!? 

rtudtd fHf 13 miauie* as raoc'h. . yt ANTED RESPECTABLE W'URK- 
viarirto'ty phone It * 1*1* Vic- tnj s'ri in *har* ngnt hnu4r*»fp<n« 
twela Free* itMiib* 1-7341 

TRAILER SPACE OFT TUB NEW BRIGHT, CLEAN H0034,' QUIET , 
highway, hot and calil aaltr 313 Otioneaa mad pretarred central ' 
a month • 330* a-14»7 

3i~BOAK!) AN't> ROOM r «r r n i w „ r : m-i-o 

- rm*m Gat aa*«n Apply all Van- 

DKBtBABUI ACCOM MOD A HON cataaar ATrre' 

G*iKiad >> flmr M TWO OR THnEK ROQ^^m 

board and hnm. rawaKwt. at raaa- aa# n «.» awkn? KT 

“-I 

CUBAN SINGLE ROOM 14 MOT AND ^ Y'‘ 'J.r 

raid waur. fuU board irMbSIF 

C wet howaa. Btra IWme* alao S«wbi* M.lh*** *lrl 4-3150 

rbnm tain bed«.*pr|vat# bath Cloa# BSQUIMALf — EVERYTHING 

ta twwn^Phnn# ♦-•"Jl __ 1 found Cine# la baa Warkiag par- i 

LAROK ^ StJHNY BOOM. WITH H,u 

ln illlaZ nj N Nt WH Trv WITH HOT ANO 

1% -mSmT a7m~ ‘fSLm rlla,****' 118 " wp ' r ' ,l '"' 

1-3477 _ 1 

IbOdM IN OOvin ffOMB FOR JmiSP^aia^^f^rKiKi* 

bualna.a a»hU*mao. Mflhlv reram- “Vaaf * 

mmtdad^Fairf *M 1-4)34 f . _ . _ 

LARGE ROOMS WTTH BOARD IN nffll .* iPaaua^lgil ' ’ T * 
private ham* >, n .i. or danbla , Aven.va I N4I 

Bar e i. b a d aa '—'■*« a i aa aa MU >*m Mug NT FMOPrr ROOM iMOUNO 

Cioacant. 1 Rboi cloav in lady. *41 FaiiiKId 


A It It A HAM IJNCOI.N Events leading u» to the — • — . - 

. . r.na *r»Bt 


WAfCTBD - OOOD IIOMBS Ft.iK 
tan adill cat* No children Phone 

l-aboa 

31 L CAt.K BIRDS and 
AVAR IKS 

COLOR BRFO CANABIER UOOU 

• in»*r« )-33»n 

WAKHLKR CANARIES MAt P AND 

female, 3U4 Py.art Road 3-J5R7 

Jl\ Mist lil.I.ANF.OUS - 
I.rVKSTOt'K 
. PARMBRS 

G'«enhauta raflera redar hinaher. 
for llaia bner he* Hi iBhavlnt* • 

J-iaia evening* t-144 

WALL COOLER tfOOU CONDI - 
linn, Alao 14 *l|ht anil flrr-yallon 
milk cana. 3fl-lb -»U* l«a baa 
Pljnna Keallhg 111 V 

34 ion I 8 

BEVERLEY HOTEL 
Ir tha heart Ot Vtrtnrla and b enod 
dau hntti at mnorrata rate* far 
itaaMniia and permaavn) aa*.ta 
Hqu.vkerplnfl ibimi nailable Tele- 
el Him In «ior camfnrtabl* (mini* 
734 Yatvv Ntraat Phone 4-aSl^ 

JAMBS BAT HOTEL 
American ar FotaPawtl Plan Arflert- 
ran plan aa luo •• 173 50 per week. 
TMevtstoo enlvrtaintrent 31* Oov- 
e>nm*nl Street 4-llil 

THE GLENBHIK1. 305 DOUGLAS 
A residential hotel ninvtdlna a*erv 
cnmfnrt lor elder!? people 1-4134 

TRANSIFNT APARTMENTS BY 

• ar nr avek Kent Apt Hotel, 
Blanahard ttt 

FAIRFIELD ROTEt R.KiMS F<)B 
yen) Dnug'a* Street 4-0333. 


DE LUXE MOTEL j 

l.ucaiad ai 

BEAUTIFUL 
QUALICUM BEACH 

VANCOU5*EH ISLAND 
«. client beachfront the nicer 
landscaped. »n* lee- itiihway trip*- 

• *e Th-f* a” rirrm, l •'*( .r ■ 

and laiai modern ihra e- Oedraom 
tmpaa for aiwiatm Good rev*uu» 

• ud r apan.loa piaapen* 3J1 MM 

KiSS 1 * S3 1,500] 

c B Mr A' '.*a> Agent 
Bn. 47, Quaitcim Biarb HC 

Rifz Hotel, 7 1C Fort St.! 
rtmmaoED aparimints andi 

ROOMS >- 1 »EI 

N Elevalar Barvk* Permanent ar . 
Tranalrat 

'GLEN _ CQURT hotll - 

53 a aaafc up. N»»ly derrvraiad 791 
B'avahard S'raat Phona Mlh 

3 IB COTTAGKS ud 
rA>irsiTKs 

BUMMER CABIN ANO TCNT 
a leap leur ^rinded laka.lS# w-a 
of boat 33 mlnulea duantu*" Via 
totla Bo. 1514 Victoria Frea. nr 
3-3114 

CAMPSTTE FOR TtLIlLFR. M a - j 
rtad'3 rHy 13 miauie. at taoo'.h. , 
ll > 1»?4 Vi 

lurl. Fre«* 


prorlam-itiGn fnr rmancipation of slaves will he re 
viewed on I on .Are There, on KTNT-TV nt 6 

•I AC K RK.NNY — -iRrkfe (ilesNon drops In on Jack 
on ch.innel 11 at 7 On KVOS-TV. also at 7. Jack hns 
(•rout-lio >|*rx as hi.n guest. 

I.IHf R Xf F. The man with the gleaming eandle- 
stlrk.n and flashing teeth will Sdd to the glitter that is 
Las Vegas, when he appears on The Comedy Hour on 
KOMOTV at 8 

ART BAKER Speedy crash boats. Coast Guard air 

gasoline and helicopter rescues are only a few of the 
thrills on You Asked for II on KING-TV, at a new time 
of 8 tonight. 

SHIKI.KY H.AHMKK If you haven't seen this Cana- 
dian show on CBUT at 9.30, you are missing .« first rate 
variety program. Shirley is host and singing star on 

Show- Time. 

HAMI.KT Shakespeare's famous tragedy will he 
presented in a two-hour production hy David Greene, 
on CBUT at 10, Lloyd Boehner will be seen In the role 
of Hamlet. Kate Reid will he Ophelia. 


Tail Pattern 
T*M Pattara 
MaMnre 
MbDOfb 

MClota 
Maliora 
Matin* a 

Mallar* 

Lt»lft« 
laving 
Ad* antura 
Advrnture 

Hidden Paara 
Hidden P*a*a 


HOISPTKFKPING 
ROOMS TO RfCNT 
FURNISHED 


10 FLATS. APARTMENTS 
TO RENT. Kl RNISHFD 


VflHT ATTRAiTIVElT FUF- 
BRIOffT. FRONT MAIN FLOOR en*-badrhnm eijlie. in 


hmivrkvplna room 3J« Fti',n« •"♦'Ifni loratlrm (tent 3»« p*-r 
3-7753. month kith occupancy by May I* 

H*gar 3* Swayn* Ltd 4-03JI or 
QUirr SUNNY ROOM ELECTRIC ryynlnai. 7-3433 

ranaattf. «ink_ prrfar hadnaa. la Jr 1 — — - 

M.y I 1034 Rockland TWO-ROOM BASEMENT SUITE 


M.y I 1334 Rockland TWO-ROOM BASEMENT SUITE. 

ROOMS tTBE FRIGIDAIRE. LA UN- SjKL^LJf!; Tad 

J". hSSjff 10,4 c * ^b,,,, 04 "l X 

— tiilt twii aurir. bu-lni . caupia 

lAfllllOR SUITE. EVER VTHINO ot hbchaloa. 441 50 .1-4331 


Cwneart Interlude 
Guy Lomt'krtio 
Guy Lombardo 
C BO Ne w. 

Alaitnu 

AliRkiiae 
Tima Out 
Tim# Out 

Cae tor a Ho ir 
Carur’a Hour 
Car.ar % Hour* 
Caaaar a Haul _ 

Draaoat 

Orarnat 

Mr Sbowhua:n**a 
Mr Btiowbu»ina*a 

fltildl* 1 
Studio I 
Studio 1 

Studio | 

Two on tha Ai.l* 

Twa on the Ai».y 
Two an the Ala!* 
T wo on t ha Alula 

rwri an the ADI* 

I *4 an tha AIM* 
Wcwi Waathar 


KOMOTV 
Chjtnncl 4 

Trnnaaaaa Ernlv 
r»tina«af* Erma 
Motn«i goo*» 

M - Uir-r Oo^ a 

D'.ne Dune School 
Din* Dort* School 

Way of th* World 
•Milan Graham 


Naw Dlmanalana 
Naw Dunaurtim* 
Paatnar Your Naat 
Feather You r Naat 

Mavia Tim# 

M«a,a Tuna 
1 Mario Tima 
| Mov la Tima 

i Cor k hook qud 
1 Co-ia book Quia 
, Ruth McClov 
| Ruth McCIoy 

Tad Mack a 
Mklinaa 

I Givataat Gift 

| ktiaa M arioav 

Hawklaa Poll* 

j F, Ml Lew 
Mr Baaancy 
I Modarn Romancaa 

Cnlnr Spartacular 
Crdnr Spectacular 

; Cwiur Spactacular 

Cotor Bpactarular 
I Color Soar la. mar 
□ardtiri ■ i taragv 
I ilantnar a Uaraga 

! Dawillma 
Daadllha 
I Tony Martin 
I NawaCarataa 

Ufa With 
Elisa hath 
nil fRiDor 
4 Homer Ball 


KING-TV 
Channel 3 


Teirarou* 

TalaMOMe 

IVIaaroba 

Talatcopa 

kfomtna Mov# 
Morruoa xoti* 
Mornlna Movia 
ktornina Motia 

Mornlna Motia 
Industry Parade 
Com Workshop 
Cum Wurk.hop 

Wunda Wanda 
W'unda Wunda 
in Albert • Rvorn 
Midday Matlnre 


KTNT-TV 
Channel 11 


Raw*; Preview* 

G«lfr*v Tima 

k*Mlli*y Lima 

Godfrey Tim# 
OMim lima 
Wclrom# 

Travelan 

Robert Q l*wt# 
Rnhcrl Q. Lavll 
llnua# Party 
Hu'jla Party 

Tha Bl* Payoff 
Tti# Bl* Payoff 
lub Oo*by 
Bnb Cto.by 

Rrl*ht»r Day 
l^ra of Life 
Oo Your Arronnt 
On Your Account 


KVOS-TV 
Channel 12 


KTVW 
Channel 12 


Midday Mattrea 
Midday Mai ne# 
Midday Matinee 
M’dday Matina# 

103 

8 -15 

7 Id 
t 45 

Oarry Mnor* 
Oarr? Moot* 

The Inn*: Flam# 
Road nf Ltf* 

Ten Pattern 
Taat Pattern 
Teat Pattern 
Te»l Pattern 

Kina • Ranaom 
Klnt • Kanaom 
Kin* a Queen 
King a Queen 

FNNN 

n;t 

Hem* Show 
Ham* Show 

K(tlkt It Rich 
Sink* It Rich 

T>»1 Pattern 
!>.< Paltem 
tea' Palt am 
fen Patlem 

Kina'* Qtiae-i 

4 as 

Valiant Lady 

Matinee 

Ma nlv for Women 


8*wt Htyjm 

Rearch, liliKirrb* 

M a tinea 

King • Camera 

King'* camarw 


Marina* 


Goldina Light 

Matinee 

King"* Camera 

6 H 

Robot Rnundnp 

Matinee 

John Daly. Newt 1 

iJI J 

captain Vidro 

Mann*# 

•tan boreaon 

Cu ] 

Dinner Matli.a# 

Love nf L'fe 

Sheriff Tei 

• aa 

Pinner Matin** 

Aupvrman 

Sheriff let 


Pinner Matinee 


Hher.ff Tr* 


ll CdwanSa. New# 


Sheriff Tv* 


I'erry Coma 

Family Theatra 

jOunarman 

Superman 

1.33 

Hi ud to On# 

Pa ml It Theatre 


| Studio On# 

Family Theatre 

Early Edi'lon 

7.M 

Stump on# 

Pa" tly Theatre 

Early Edition 

S’odio on# 

Family Theatra 

Madlaon Squaia 

303 

| Burna and Allen 

Niahop Hheen 

L*T Hanley 


Hurna and Allan 

Blahi.p Atieao 

Voice ot Piraatcna 


1 Ta.cn t Scout* 

Wr»*tllnt 

Voice of Ptreatona 

Alt 

1 Talent Seoul* 

Wr ratlin* 

Kaadar* Dlfval 

• bS 

| f Luce Lucy 


Readara Dlgaat 


1 fnr* Lucy 

Wre«tlln* 

Nam»i tha d»ina 


tWemtiar 8 rid a 

Mr Dtatriel 

Name* tna 8ama 

t 16 

| December Brtda 

Attorney 

Tha Pa icon 

ion* 

I.ae with Father 


Tha Fa. cun 

la 11 

l.'fe alth Father 


Th* star and 

1» 93 

KTNT-TV hew* 

Theatre 

tba Story 

_ 1.43 

[ Tha lata Shnw 

Theatre 

Ellery Quean 

II 00 

1 Th* lata Show 

Theatra 

E.iery Queen 


| Tli# L^t# Show 

Theatre 

World Today 

II 5* 

' Th# Lat* Show 

Baa* Highlight* 

Wraatllna 

11.13 

Tha Lata Show 

WreaOtnt 

I.- .A 

Th* fate Shi w 


Wreatl.n* 

12-1.5 



Wreitlln* 
NithLtai* Final 

1: as 
17 43 

8 *n Off New* 



10 FI.ATS. APARTMENTS 10 
TO RENT, FUKMMIFD 


(iipptlrd rvu 

4 1011 


1047 John-an. 


NICELY FURNISHED i - ROOM 
THRKE-RnOM RKMI-FUBNIRHEU apartment *u fleet Hr Raaai-n- 


FLATS AND 
APARTMKNTS TO 
RENT, FURNISHED 


A FIATS AND 
APARTMENTS TO 
RENT, I 'N Kl' RNISHFD 


ROOM KITCIW1 kill CENTTtAI* . r nranr» Rh-irt 
aareav |1 aaak bu*l B a*aman , h „ pplne rrntr , , 

3-**73 eluitrl Utllltlr- 

LARGE rrLEAN GltGUND-H .f*OR t>»*i erred 4 ' 44-3 

“ , ’ 1 •• ,4, ' ,aM **'*' Vh ' ,n ' VACANT LARUI 


• u.t» in nrw modem humf Brplfli* ablv Suit gate! rvtlrrd rouolr 
•mranra Short walk to hu- and R»frrvneaa rrquirvit f-hona i-floOt 


•hoppln* erntre 175 tier m'Kith Ut- — 

cludf- illllltlf Wurkina cuuplc DBIAM SUITE CALIFORNIA 
ordrrrcd 4-k4J7 *tylc. tlir*# «paelnua breath-taking 

ro->m». ayyrythlng Inrludcd in teS 
VACANT UUtUE THREE ROOM rental AiMiu 1)1* yata. a /invs 


“u^g lir.?Jb?0 P 2J^ D Jv I THREE-ROOM SUfTl. SELF- 

8' p‘i“n"lT3J5 (uolalhkd Privatr a n l r a n c a. 


TWO-BLNiQ SUITE CLOSE IN, ID aar** 
nutn-li iKRilit and avar.lnat Un m'»nti 

5 Ilium 1-4311 Toon 

. a mi 

IIOUSKKKEI'INU ROOM NEAR 
J.iiil.v* 4 15 43 TWO 

FURNISHED ROUSE KEEPDIO fight' 
roirm 1 f 11 Da«i*i3> grutir 

FURNISHED LIGHT HOUSEKKEP- 
in* room, fid monthly 1-1774 


VACANT l-ARUK THREE ROOM 

I**’* 11 !2i2 lr, »Ii MODERN BACHELOR APART- WANTED A YOUNG BUSINESf 

™ II *..ir I* m,n: *® •aiuais loe two bun- «>rl la ahara apartment id'-'b Novi I; 

t ri a. *■ peiple Apply U1 Pandm* ur ear* AQ for Mr. Mary M, Kvmif 
roan b Country Ihima. Ltd. tlf ,iiov .n-, s 4.7111 

a 1713 ” - - _ SUITE FOR KENT SUIT COUPLE 

a ,.,~ 1053 RICHMOND AVENUE AVAIL- furnwhad *1 m i«vin< 1117 Uiivyrn- 


LARGE 

ROOM 

SINK 

RANGE 

privet* 

entrance 

hall 

and batii 

roum 

Fhoh# 1-91 

94 



40A FLATS AMI 
APARTMFNTS TO 
RENT, UN FURNISH ED 

QUIET BLOCK WALKING^ Dis- 
tant*. thrra raami and t,a'h. 
fully modern kulle, rang* frntg* 
laundry, atoragv ju.t 173 1C June 
Phone 1-314) Monday 


| Batlii dcluntsl. Vac 

Sunday . May t, !SSf 

40A VlJkTi AND 
APARTMENTS TO 
RENT. UNFURNISHED 

I KELP CONTAINED THREE ROOMS. 
Ground floor a vxl atuva. June I. 
144 Bull liMiula wUh baby. Quadra* 
Tivlmia ahopping eutrlit. 3-3331 

MODERN ONE BEDROOM SUITE.' 

1 a *0 aoe ba -halor aull* all con- 
•emanraa. a arm and «u!*i AJuiia 
| only Marlborough Hou*v .1-»13« 

I IM OAK BAT TWO BRIGHT 
ioi,rr» avmi-privata oath 
p ervon- 4-7*31 

Sn-P-COSTAINED SUITE APP1.Y 
WMrfnrd ll*o Panlora. 3 :••« aftvy 

I I DUI 

APAKTMKN1, 6ELF«OGG»- 

‘ ' ’ l l. M, La,! 7409 


[ ground Floor selp • co*- 
I *alned auttv rUrtrlr atoaa and 
I fndaa Palrflalil Adult. 7-JMk 

D» LUXE BACHELOR-TYPE SUITE. 
ThundrrMril Apt*, near iJ-antopa 

• d park too D-Jur’k* 4 0«!1 

THHKE - AND - A - HALF ROOM 

• ulia Oak alova Sut'ab.a roupl# 
*1 h on a child J 1 13 Quadra <-.M7D 

3333 WOODlJtWN CRESCENT: 
urn*! crliialvr rirlahliurhood Laraa 
'1, i«i" Can •>» taya now mil 

I A ROE Xf W LI JMrcYaRATED 
*<IU». walking dnt»'n<'v Phona 
J *») 11 am. -I pm, Myti 

IT PER DVPIES nm.EE ROOktiC 
•ti! cor. I'rnau enlrauia 
Eblrilald Adult * 3-3243 

OAK HAY WUfneOR BLOCK, 
la.ing Wir.cvay Park nua-Urdtooia 
liylt* >r* »»ra AduR • 4 3551 

fR'ITTfl III tip* r IR KINr. 
lumalt Unlu&itrd. 1311 Broad, 
1-3344 

IN -uAK BAY TWO BRIGHT 
room* trail -privatr Ualti Uua.uraa 

m rami * 3BI 

TWO-lllUM SELF - CONTAIN CO 
•uff Palrltrld Adult* May 1. 
*-3213. _ 

DUPLEX. THREE ROOM* AND 
bath. Lit 50 Kina Realty 3-7151. 
Immediate occupancy Adult* 

LARGE TWO-ROOM SUITE. PAIH- 
Rrtd. mldiCx-agvd . or elderly pe*. 
auni 4 nj*7 

THREE HHOMA SELF COR* 
■ •mra, alectrti Fairfiaid Vacant 
tlU 1 1-07 it ■ 

HUITB8. HOU8HR FOR RENT. 
Rvniaia Cnllmnvd )7t« Broad. 
1-JS • • 

MODERN J-HEDROOM SUI?^ SK- 
■ert diatrlr), 313 munrhly. 3-11)4. 

I.AHUK BRIGHT THItEE-ROGM 
arlt-Funtalnni auitr Phona 3-1 1J1. 

FLAT IN OAK BAY REASON AUL* 
rrnt Phone 3-1531* 

BKD-SITTINO ROOM THREE - 
pier* bathroom 3-JI3J 

l.'jVBLY BACHELOR APARTMENT? 
vary *11 if 'n 1331 liocklaod. 4-3123 

THKkB-ROOM HELP - CONTAINED 
«illl* Adutu 4JJ Young Si 

BOOM SOI IX ELECTRIC 
•toy* and fii'l** 147 St. Andrab* 

My\ELY LAROE UPHTAIR3 SUITE, 
.lean, tiriaht. eantrbi; »«U 1-7S53. 

GROUND FLOOR 1-ROOM HELP- 
. on '.allied aulta, 4 35 J-34J4 

GONZALES BEACH THREE-ROOM 
*»lla. hath, rantette. frla 7-4403 


RANTED A YOUNG BUSINESS 
«irl to ahara apartmant 1383 North 


around floor, mm. airy, auloma- , " ‘“Y,./*"'*, 

41* ut) hoi waiar h»at and domra- *a* 1 *' J ‘ 

tic hot water Joblire Hoapital ' h “ n * Mn " ( » 

diatrlrt Light. h*aL wat»r and WALDRON APARTMENT* 

coociria * > \ invludad in ITU emua l-rcnmrt lulte, rai 

nnnrth'f 3-0*31 1 frldaa; walking dl.lanca 


TWO- ROOM rUSNIBHED SUITE. « , hl . May I. J-rn^ mat, I 

>.*! /**£ t »l»» room* newly daewraty.i *•• _ 

light and hm water auaplied. *to Vr kitrben furnltur* 145 TWO- 


furm*h*d ala-j iwm> llll Ouvyro- «on.Utlna uf lar** living runm 


aikirir. 1.1*111. bv*L water won WALDRON APARTMENTR ^ SPA- 

caociria g.*\ included la ITU cinu* 3-ranmad lulte, range and 

munthlr 3-M3I frldaa. walking dutanca to city 

PuMeaalon May | Rai.i 17 * mi 
AVAILABLE M AT I. NEAR THE month AdtlU only. 1-I05J 
Juhilea Hoat'ttal thr«a-n»:m aj|l», 


twin *lta bedroom cabinet kltchrn * hl * *l"« r H* man electric rwn*e 


PAnK l-i Hi it 311 If* v world Are- 
noe Very <par lou* one-lmtfronm 
•ulta Elrvtrk atora and rerrlcer- 
ai«r Wirrd for TAT Ava'IahM 
I In mediately, mif-yrar ira>r r*» 00 

n r t month 

PARR GHENT -Two -had room aulta, 
Ivons a mnn'h One h^drnnm- *ulta 
3-7 M a mvnUi Wired fur TV alec- 
ine aiova and rafrlacratnr. Ot>». 
year l»a»r 

J.AML8 IIAY Two-room lull* ahara 

ivfi, ,jo ■ 

*Aii(riKU) - Tvn'Mdroom duptfi 
•Mb private entrance Available 
immediately I YD per month 
OAK BAY Spacltua two -bedroom 
aulta in large converted houa* for 
irnoiedlat* pmaeulan. 3115 per 
month 

Clfl lti ct Re ntal Department 

KKR it NTEPHENSON LIMITED 

_ 3*3117 

41 m m v AND 
AI'AKTMKNTS WANTF.D, 
FURNISH KI) 

TEACNINO COUPLE WANT TO 
*enl 1 lean, fuvnlahed I.ouae ny 
•Utle fa* Jo], 4 to Augu*! |0 J, 
ftawliaa 4.U4 I lUatinga Van- 
touvar, tic 

nurmru coun.K would rent 

furni.tied Mill* near Beacon Hill 
Park for nimnii mvrith* Hefer- 


ground Door rloae in 1*3 M tnuoih. 

Phona 3-5730 Sunday and erf- FOUR HOOM UPSTAIRS SUITE 
nine* Furnl*had Light, hew tad fu*i 


KM I -PUR NISH El 1 


HOUSEKEEPING RCXJM KfTCM- , J<(0r ||)||( l90 r ., om , bathroom, 

rnalte bm . cold water 1753 Yale* qu(ft rftUpir on|f .,|„ nf d!i t.nre. 


•applied 

flklmaral 


Wa.aing d-atancr 


and naihrooio Wall-to-wall carp* fridge atillanlr to butlnaa* rauplv e n »* m>* a Hutlirrlanrt ibia 

>-HOOM fllflTE SEMI PRJ- Storac* and laundry farlllt)'* in •' rrMred lad) Rent 147 53 Pur Kin«wa> South Burnaby HC 

bail) central everything aup- the tiatemrnt Bent 4«o per month appointment phone 4-4614 * 

•44 Pair Held Hagar Ai Swarnr Ltd. 4-053L at __ WANTED FOB TO UNO WORKING 

• Her hour* 3-3434 NILE THREE - BOOM SUITE roupl* two room* hath all eDctrlc. 

R»Y , FURNISHED THREE - - Cnuk-HIlUI-Ia are*, adlf con la load «M EionOf 3-3303 afterVpm 


GROUND FLOOR. PHU.VT ROOM 
• aim, oule* Fairfield 4-15*1 


HOUSKKLEP1NG ROOM SUIT 140* MACH DRIVE, HARO APART 


quirt rotipia only, walking dlatanre, COMFORT AH LJ1 TWO ROnil 
3'tirfird Day* 3-6111. ttenings. anarunaiil near park Mar ta Sep- 
1014 Cotllbbon trmher *■* *t«»> ; r i» ivlrphunv 

r... linen, nr tv, 335 Hrvwuod 


W'lman. 1151 Rockland Ave 


Fully furni*ne<4 nr» apar*- 

wtUi ara view Avallaul* 


NEAR JUHIUCE HOSPITAL FOR June I for 5 munllia. Fbont. yvr- e»tr* Phona 3-18,0 


UPPER FURNISHED SUITE Ilf k ISLAND AUTO CT 
con Hill diaUlct Stu* dgbt and gai * bl * ■-•*»* 


P"ad *4* Palrflald Hager Ai Swarnr Ltd., 4-033L df , 

• Iter hour* 3-3434 HUE THREE -BOOM SUITI 

NICELY . FURNISHED I 113*3 - B _ 4lr »r.u 1., r-V-u in Mi» •Otltwtmto — , a p m 

nwBU and bath xWaahlng ma- CuoK AlARIMroiS Jit COOK privaia bathroom kitchen. rt c 346 _ 

rl'lnr 7-5 763 f>* l"M *lngl*-ft rlMM.m ,„ an , h Adult* only 4-3316 SUITE FT iR COUFL* FOR JULY- 

•■ill* ranan and refrurratur*. Auauat 1-86II 

WAWT*3« Two OfRLN TO MIIAItE w« l.arv -drlal • in laundry fim. hn*- ELIZABETH APkirTMENTH <X>H 

ho®# with 6tb«r *•*! Walkutg dt». ei-rr Real, Ha*em»nl aultea. |8u n tr FalrDald and ChflUr ur, 

tanre to town TV Fhoi.r 4-3353 main DfNN T»at |*J 6d 'ront. 133. thre*-r®r>m **U-nog>taiB*a ni.*-bcn 

ISLAND AUTO COURT - REASON- J-’iSsj ,,8# ** j 


tio®# Willi 6tb«r *i*l Walking dia- 
tanre to town TV Phone 4-3353 


net Fair field and ChflUr large 


FI.ATH AND 


BEAU IlfULl Y f II M N I N II f U mntalnad 
aparv4a>nt at th* Cllvt *o:in oak ' room* and 
Sav View nf Oiymnu-v Wlntac . No children 
ni'i week nr month J-4711 


on# . or two a.rla 1-33*7 rvev nlna*. 3-77** 

3HA Mill SKKFKPING keauhfvu y f 0 h h i m h r. D 
„ I VT #parna»nl at Ih# Clivr au-.in D*t 
ROOMN I" DK BI-NT ll*. view of Oiympu-* winiat 

UNRJKM.SHKD mnnth _i ,n7 

„ _ suit.vsiDB Diarmter immedi- 

ONE ROOM WfTII KIUTfENCTIEj «t« po**3b*lob Sitting mem with 
prltatr hath mKlrtle-eaeil or elderly renvarto kltrhrti and bathtmim 
ladv 440 1*37 Gak Bay At* Light and, wa'ar, tie I uded M 

♦ •4664 \ Buatnaa* roupl* or bachtlur prt- 

PARTLY FURNWHED UPSTAIRS ' 4 ' lT 

minm and •kltchenetta. 335 par ATTRACTIVE SPACIOUS SUITE 


DOWNTOWN BLOCK. TWO-ROOM 


W - ( .* °S y.*FAHiyE NTfl ATTRACTIVE AND CuMPORTABl R QUIET n.iivni V ~ rtrUI-LE — nt 
S 1 ?*? f-jta - opttalra »«Hte on Bl-n- , v ,7 r ,V a«allh«t#fl «lu 

.rea-nro® ni.nlern apart ment 313 m .nd lluad. near Oak Bay Avenue I 7 In ,,aam,khl» Drrm, n ^i 
,f *•" ,4 " Douglaa S Rutl two buatnea* ladivt Avallabla R«f#rar<e« y„, 1*01 Vicuna 

Ilrt'.e flea- T'lifim apa.tmrriL IM M |f II Call 4 M 18 | ,#0< - VJt ^*'a 

bedroom* 1 wo bathroom*. Ill® - 


thre»-i»r,m .rU-coptainca oi.»-I.-o- | APARTMFNTN H AVT» n 
ro-im apartment AdblG 434 1 1 n RAXIMI, 

Apply aulta 3. 4*3 Chtatar. 3-3443 I'NI-THNISIIKD 


NEAR OAK RAY BORDER SF.I.F- «‘l‘*_Mcat 6J« Ol Ha.DiMti 

^^"mimiu^gkPk a« Pl Vi TWO-ROOVf SUITE GAS RANGE 

liyrnp ir •"'"'wtotS Ito'SliSSi V-w,," - ' A “ H-r_FaH.3B.aBt Build,,,. *-**m 


TWO SINGLES GROUND FLOOR, 
claa* to Inn n and but Bull wort • 


TWO-ROOM SUITE PVI i.Y FUR- RatatarnWr 


BURNSIDE DISTRICT lk3MCl»l- elate tw town .nd Uu» 

• '• poa.»M."P Sitting room witn tre rottplr or hf-helnc 
»<.nv»rto. kltrhan and bathroom, perlor 
Light and, wa'ar. up hided •» 

Ruainait rnupla or bachtlur pr«- PARTLY FURNISHED, 
farrefl 3-4317 • bl * f'"t. for bu*m*w* C 


niQiad. lUirn ttKlurtad 1-4371 


III Bu- TWO BEDROOMS KfTCflER. SIT- PANDORA AV) lirTWEEN COOK 
in* 1 aim law North Pare . 5433 1 and Rtidlln, |nwe? anil* of thrra 


PARTLY FURNISHED. REASON. NEWT T DECORATED J ROOMS 
able rent fnr bu*in««> Ottplr cluae ]uiO Davie Warner 1 1793 


WHEN CHANCING Yorrm AD- 
«lrrl.i be ailrr to arrar.ae fur tmln- 
l»rmpted delivery af rear Deny 
Colonial try teiypnontafl 2-41 11. CM* 

•illation Dept 


and Rtifllln. lower aull* of thrra filiation Deiit 

fiwma with OiloM.ilr heal alre- | — — - -'Z - 

trie kitchen wilb uea rana* ar-d R ITflfFNlTTE ELECTRIC RANGE 


m.mth 1IMI Uanar 

LA RGB GROUND- Ft OOR ROOM 
for «n# lady. 413 lisa Biadarob*. 

in FLAW AND 

APARTMENTS TO 
RfcNT. FURNISHED 

COLLINiiWOOD FAIRFIELD, 
UHrn-modarn one bad roam iui'* 


tn Wlllnwt Heard 
Street 


1851 Dalhnuita 


cobtFrjRTAin r. 


aui'abla for ) ar 4 adulG Prlra'e — - ■ — 

Bath aw*w***wlie heal ••* n»i EflQUIMALT COSUVRT A HI T. 

water )Yid*r *•• uni* N»ar bu* Iw'i-roam, aolta. bathroom middle 
and ware Central Para air# May bfeS k«*ine*a couple vr bachelor, 
15 lit 3-733'* 01 »5 Phona ).)«« 

WIDOW IN DF LUXE APART- CIXAN NKiGHr 3-RUOM SUI IB 


fridge completely m Ml reamed 37* bed-aiitta* rtom. walking (Matanr* heated *ij;»e, fumi'hvd ni 
IWu BINULE ROOMS. MODERATE " wntR' P R lir.jon *l Sana Ltd. Oo«<l WbUM 1 »Jcm 1 April 13. wblklnfl diataa'a 

price go-'-l local Ion 3-V78T IlllUrntilii Phnna 1 .137 1 HIM Phona 4-3103 Financial »*r- #*»■•< «r Sat |3tl Vindr 


THREE. -HisjM SHITE 
pa-JOle No rhtldran 


WORKING 

7-9371 


ATTRACTIVE. SPAClOtiR. ONF 

badinorr. *r und-fli»ir aui'e r|n e 


<IB MuATS AND 
APARTMK.NTH VVANTKD. 
FtimUtisd or I nftirnlahfrt 

■ACinCLOH RSQUIKOS SMAU^ 
heated auite, fiimi*had nr unfur- 
nished walking diatan** Phnna 
3 1**' «r Bn i31f Vinsrta Fre*. 


TIIKKR HOOM 


WIDOW IN DF LUXE APART. C1J4AN BRiGHT E-ROOM FU1 TB LOW WINTER RATES "• » •' 

*'nt wmlll vhwra w»h bu*ir.«** Bull vnung people (ta* rangv. nva ... ..K.— .. Havar A Swayy 

woman Prr.ieaten. u.a rtf kitchen of aarhmg ma, funa. vacuum clean- cluru »yen.hg. Mtkl 

• '»! amomuec Boa 1113. Victoria or. etr 345 Phona )-0470 Tk. . 1 . ? U - ,r ? . 


Iff Bee* >*n Mill Para well heated 3*H-«l«la»nafl anlto **oaratv e 

apartmeni and available nuw la tranra. ti'jond floor atallauka im 

*, lull* .1 la jr, irufOIJ. madiatalv an rity ba* Apply No 

llayar A Swayn* J«d. 4-«kJt »r ' »» HUhw ay. View Rnyal 


HOIfNIW TO KKNT 
FI.'KNIKHED 


th* r.*tr centra on bu* rwute Ratvi AVAtt.AHt PI 


eeuippe-l with etattrtc itoae and FURNISHED 1-ROOM COTTAOBl room* gaa hot* 
refrueralcir T V inrludad Aval.- »ell-*onlaine,t 3-titaca ba-.hroem. m»dnie-agtd p»op 
• uie immediately 11)9 net nob'-D. «'•!? d»cor*-#d tio mnntb Heady 

Cdntan Ren'al IKp* n 0 * Fh«*te i-aaoe baiura 4pm rFDAHS 


OnOU.ND Pie JO R HFATED THREE tha weak. Everythlna aapplled 


and fridae Quiet r,r, P» 7<>od. tneludlna maid a»-yir» la.riad aulta with bain High I 


people 4J3 Michigan 


KER A STErHFNBON. LIMITED 

4-4 in Jr.v . 


J-34b6 baf "ir 4pm TWIN CEDARS ’ 1730 NEWPORT. 

dear oak Hay beach, ygttaa. day nr 
OIRL WILL BRAKE aaek InrylMat aaiptHtwi 3-641 1. 


once « week San Scbbttian. )-33)l; 
victoria Court. 4-03B1. 


t*on Walklh* ill'". an. • »n lawn 

But#* one Work away. Ileal re* 
•i.nebl* Phon* 1 MU 


TWO- BEDROOM SUITE IN CATH- %ftb oar child Bent 
VERY ,,W ’* ®J* ,r4 - UpatoJra l.araa Ilyina manth Haa»r A s*ay, 

and'fng ^.u'nly^lt , 1 

, / ••• YRnn* *-«»i t»r 4-3111 TWO FOUR ROOM FT) p 


Ff NNISHED TWO BKDWOOM 
hnua*. fn Ytaw Royal diatrlrt. 
Ayiiiiw# not to idu^i ot roupli 
AP-h -ar child Bent »lo p»r 
month Hater A Bwayna Ltd. 


. ENTRAL JUNIOR BlOB ARBA 
Bncbt bachelor auit*. partly lur- 
maheit Ilyin, room kitchen a»d 
hattirouqi Meat hot water and 


her apartment with another bu*i- 

nec« a,r 1 |*n 1 win bad* Fnone W LAROE FRONT TWO ROOM 


1-1511 eTte- 6pm 

WHEN CHANGING - YOUR' 


•Ulta iFual and gwa tocluiitai 
313 Michigan Street 


bathruoqi Meat hot water and |rM| tur# |(| Mf , n „ f(lr Btlln . THRUr ROOM BSLF-CONTAINED 

aoraat vupuliod 35fl 3-4JI* lerrhptcd dcllyery nr yqur Dally lufnlahed Miile IM UnfurnikPad 

am** 11343 _______ Colonttt by telephoning )-^lit Cu- , 1 

rWEEDSMUin MANWIONB 4ul#*wm Depc “ _ ATTRACTIVE l ltOOU BACBELOH 

Completely furnirbed BRIGHT. CLEAN MODEHN SUITE. •“I’* *>'•' PNrt •!! found, un 

•dlte ground ^ Bedemm. Itytna nma lltchen-tte. . 1*0*34 " 

• r. ,rl f IUnl •*<■*«' Fairfield 114 Durban rWr.w « nnweta. «w w -r 


... ... sn .r- CONTAINED SUITE BED- pi, inmedlaia " 

4»A H.ATS AND »*..m uth bitchan with a*. Mn*#. ?Tii “ 

APARTMFNTS TO ~*i**rrT'eite and riair.* rw«tn aaparau 

„ en'ranr# Adult* Jubilee Ho.pltal W A7TCP PNGNT LOEBLY kiAB 
BK.NT, FNFURNIMIKD fllatfl*' A»aiia«r n*»w Mil «* den City vwa wl s- tirk if*-u«,iii 

— — - * - — bt'er 4 » #* 7-ibI* tr .* -Cl, nt fried fiat Bed*r«ret4d 

ORfHJND PI JN>B DUPLEX TWO TWO-BfUMlOOM BUI1E GROUND Hi «-34J8._|-83f 0 - 

H , " ,r close in larob «B). 8im«n 

7Vrw W rnnma ^ .airVIctotolTd w. l#4 Central Lara* Itylng rwwm <»« and lari* l ‘l- her, ihrea-pkec 

Three roemr •air-rwciiainad ba»a- rablnat kit- ben Riactnc r«n*r »nd Fauheok* bath *»if -en'aieei tv* 
wient, tarar>, ylectrlr rwnae «r- r.fry.r.if, 1(7 50 Adult* an y a-uit 450 

ba*e burner. oi»en llrepla.e 116 phui» f-JMI — _ 


TWO FOUR HogMH* PAH'fl Y- 
furr.uhed romfortable roltagr*. 
hut and roll) eater elrctrlr Itgr,* • 
included to a moderate .-en» ta 
careful tenan'* Beautiful 14(411011. 




NO D OWN PAYMENT 
monthly. 1034 HUlTin 
montriiv. 19! I Hj'*« , 
mommy 1*44 Chevrolet 
monthly. 1*4* Vanguard. 


By Fred Neher 


MUSI SELL 1*64 METEOR N1AO- 
• r* Jpur-donr aedan Healer and 


JIM MODEL A COUPE. TOP COR 


d inn 1049 Qjeen, A,e 


n*,n* rtnlrd gla»» new '-ondirinn 
A Ml rvuranr# paid *3.476 
Ph«ne 2-43M 


«An»ldered pvn-.bortnn Holme, 
Ltd 1-1134. inei Government 
Street 

POUR ROOM S~WDE- BY -AIDE DU- 
pie* on, bedroom Nealv der orated, 
►ill batemen' Kier'nr vinie Haul- 
lain a re, Immediate n"up*nry 
• 71 par month Bir-wn Bin, Aten- 
Cla* Limned 1136 B an, hard Streei 
Phone 1-1 JU J- 1 114 - 


:iJ4 DODO* WHAT OFTTKo 

m» Newton 


MUST HAVE IMMEDIATE SAL*. 
1147 Rulrk Rn*4m»*ter eAfiveetib!'. 
nrn (in'orn equipment pnwrr «»- 
major overhaul e«r«U*nl 
• •ortlttnn SMrai* Ihroufh ali'lJr 
Oan*r moved tail 11.010. Phone 
4-4171 


1141 AUSTIN A 40 SPECIAL 
price 1111 Phon* 3-4T77 


till PORD. VERY CLEAR. MOTOR 

)U4l limed up 7-1340 


>•44 CHEV . OOOD CORDITIOR 
3-701 Empire Sire, l 


UoAd 


CHRYSLER WINDSOR 


PORD 


Sedan 


PONTIAC 

Coach 


RADIO 

Phone 


Ootord 


QUADRA AUTO A A IKS 


Ro« Mi-oillivray 


> 1014 PONTIAC DE 


S»» ogr tan* Mtartton of 40 47 

and 40 Chev* Plymouth# and P«n- 
llaca Top-quality cara from 0140 
«« «6t» 4* hit and 'll Auauaa 


We oav top ori'w for clean rare 


10aa CHEVROLET SEDAN DKLfV 
ary, OUo Oood rendition, 
rluirh-plave* n*« frown fear en 
fine overhaul year a*o geevd iirei 
and brake* * Drlvet i-ooM pro 
tosMf evening# or Sunday*. 


32 *■*« (KoUmlit Vieowla 

SundRy. May 1, I fSS 

12 HOI’S KS TO HUNT 
’FTRNISHr.n 

Lihopord ME* small do- 
P'l Sun couple 141 Evantnia. 
•-J001 

CABIN AT LAKE ID MONTH BUM. 
h«af\ Some sort avaitabta Boa 

IS17, Vln oria pren ' 

TWO- ROOM PDRNISHKD CfTT- 
taae barhelor preferred 044 Datlaa 
Road 

TWO AND 4 ROOM DUPLEX 
furniehed *36-**o unfumianad 
•10-140 Belmoni A." Court 

42A HOUSES TO KENT. 

I NTTKMMIKO 

BTANNARD A VEND* NEW rnrt*. 
ropir duple* i«o bedroom*. wired 


vtcowto 47 CARS FOR RALE | 17 CABS FOR SALE 


047 monthly 1*47 Chryaler, •«»» 
•13 ant'tMi If 79 Ponliae . <*■* 

!*4* CadtiJac Coovertlb'e u ill 
ARTS CAR SALES 
Onr Burr • id* and Harrlat/ 1-0M1 

MM CUSTOMLINE PORD ADTO- 
maur Pully equipped II 0*ft IBfta 
Hillman demon ilraior Oierhead 
■valve* Leva Ilian 1 "00 mil** tl .*»*. 
I0M Hillman de luaa Mm*. *63* 
Coronation Motor* Ltd . 3-0111. 

3-4023 

1*44 AUSTIN A40 MOSS MILES, 
••'■ft, lOtl B ji-k Dvnatlow || tin 
ho'h ra re underaealed and com- 
pleiely equipped ullh radio etc. 
and are in perfect condition Own- - 
er leavme inwr. Phone Sidney I 
•3T ar VlrUrlk 3-1313 


10l> A BATIN 7 OATH H AUL ED, I 
iw aumroa. wi EhtiDoxfinr ■ 
Offer* 

SMART 1041 FIVE PABSKWOER 

eoupe orlflnal owner Excellent 1 
c ondm on 7-BM 

101) PORD TUDOR, IMMACULATE 
condlttan 11.476 Will roomier 
trade Anplv *117 Olanford Ave 

UM CONSUL 13 0041 MILT* "Tori 
clean car. 6)96 or clota offer. «)• 
-Ooremment after Ham 

101a CHIVROLI T SEDAN I 

hea'ar lurnoa lnaurance. *ood i 
running order, 017) Phone 0-67)1 j 

ADK ACCEPTED 
1117 Caledonia Avenue 

1011 MODEL A SEDAN. OOOD 
ahepe Phnne 1-1104 

MM CHEVROLET BRIAN. I 

heater food condiuon 4-9243 


drat* he »-jr« in arrant' lor untn- with overdrive and puicr »*• a* I PORD REAR-ENCJINS BUB C HEAP 

•erupted delivery of your Daily ,r 'to condition at 14 iyiii mt'e, Term* Brighton i Service 

£”«•»*»»«■ Cw * » \\e‘ 1 p!“up° r .r"‘ , .o .T- «•« RUNS GOOD 

cu.at c.n nap, ^ mi -, rf „q, „ p , rt Real i.ar|a!n. 1706 (erma 3-3707 

TO RENT JUNE I THREE -BED Bin*.' rhoria 1-M70 laj . „,vr»r, eemm. 

S&Jrtn l" mnn.h hn °wriu BRIAN 

•»■ III*, Victoria Pr**i. ..“J? 1 .,.! m.ZI. 


1040 HILLMAN. GOOD CONDI- 
tion. Moo Phooe *-*«7«. 


MODERN 1- BEDROOM Rltuoa- j **»raa On 

low Electric note hot irtl oil I Ifv mll*a*a 
be at# i a*-*** Apply it! Dunedin . »r «irtn*»» 
S' alter a p m pr lM n 


ti'rt* One -owner car with very B“Mcuiari » aaee ( _ 

low mileaer Owner for *d to aell nit PLYMOUTH SEDAN 
tu *irktirai (OOO 3-J306 nine order IV* Phone R J 


*7 TAR* FOR SALE 

National 
Motors Ltd. 

YOUR. v 
* FORD-MONARCH 
DEALER SINCE 1909 


W/'/ j The Spot to Shop 

flT for 

* *1 - Quality Used Cars 


CARS FOR SALE 


PLIMLEY'S 


NOW 

YOU CAN BE 
THE PROUD OWNER 
OF 

A LATE MODEL 
AUSTIN 


r CABS FO B SALE 

LOWER 

PRICES 

NOW IS THE TIME 
TO TRADE 


. -y PORD 

4/ TUDOR 

. o PREFECT 

4y roKDOR 


$499 

$299 


DEVON OR SOMERSET 50 ”San RY $1095 


47 A TRI CKS snd 

TK AlI.t.K.s FOR SALE 

i«r • roN rAvrt mo* 

nr n»er .itfer I»1 MorriaoB 

TWO WHEEL TRAILER l/siUllY 

new 9-17)7 

IUI Okir •* -TON PICK-UP 417^ 
or trade (nr car Term# •-:•*) 

!4*a POSD PICKUP, OOOD CON* 
an inn aa.vn Phone 


EMPRESS 

MOTORS 

TRADES ON 
GM TRUCKS 
A GOOD DEA. 

, r,nOn np. 


PORD Cut tom Pour -Door, 

I y JJ air cnndi- tficnc 
tuwrr uni owner. . J I 0 YO 


FIVE BOOM 


1*40 pr.RD WITH REBUILT MEH- 
rtfix mitnr »1* tire*, jnur new 


imiW nn Richmond Head 4M un- I’unl. chrome and in-enor in a*, 
lurnuhwd 49.4 furnished City i cellwit rinditirm Heater apmltehl 


Brokerage 10)* Blanafiartl Stree- 

FIVr - ROOM TWO - BEDROOM 
haeement hnire in Oar Gat u<t»- 
ae-.tmn June | nr I'nmr t»n per 
nir.r. n p--ia 1140 V r".rla P-ev, 

MODERN WATER ERONT BUM. A- 
lot. «*j rlflmi »iitnm**ic electric 
heat wired for Move Rent 170 P r r, 
in i*ilh 1-4476 


and turn r.gnala lilt, tei 
Phtna 7-1444 

Mr Vlrkarv ail Dununuir. 
IUI MODEL A 1 PORD 
OOOD tONDITION 
»*4 N) . 

Ptione )-A9i * 


nin« order. IS* Phone 1-1471 , 

1137 PORD WITH 194A MOTOR AS 
la 460 93* Eurahaw 

1947 MERCURY IN A-l CONDI- 
lion *-1473 

1961 OLDS-MOBILE SEDAN EULLY 
equipped take trade 9-433* 

AUSTIN 7 RUNNINO ORDER. I 
ttrea good. I»4t Itr.enae. II 00 S-B039 


J «f -29 i£- t 

lue--? 

*Tm herp for my spring tunp up. Dool" 


PIVB-ROOM MODERN BUNOA- a \frt car c.n be f.nau 
. "Jl A lT r ' "'** na *? he een at 314 Buaaell Si 

In Adult* only No garage 11.4 — - 

Uinnlh 4-4604 1*16 pClRD 4-PASSENOn 


Pttone 3-A9H IMMACULATE 1*47 2 DOOR MER- 

19M CHEV muR DOOR HEATER ««7_*«W or near olfer._9.'374* 
and .e.- eover* Verv good lhape PIIEEECT OOOD CONDI- 

car r.n be fm!r l( rt C*n ,,0B *** 


1*46 pr.Bn S-PASSENarB rOITC 
J) 900 miiet radio heater tqrn *ig- 
nala A-l urea 1741) Will conatder 


BPAriSt'l EOUR-BEI1SOOM SEA- n( - 4 A .j , lr4 . will ronald*r 

front butifalnw Mav 11 *100 per trade-in Phone 1-7*70 

m-inrh Keating 10JT 

— — LEAVING TOWN |«4| PUICK PE 

HAPPY VAILEY FOR RALE OR |gae »edan fully equipped See-i in 
yenr, four-ronm h.ingti-iw a> re nl j pm Sunday HI* Donraavr Dr 
land double garage Phone 6-110* Whgt .-fferr' Phone 1-*#J* 


SACRinCE-f60d CASH I94r Aus- 
tin e»eellent ronditlno 3-09*n 

1IJ7 CHRYSLER 140 CASH 1-1394 


CAR8 FOR 8 ALE 


A WOOD USEO CAR 
IS A GOOD USED CAR 
SATURDAY SPECIAL 


OAA PONTIAC SIP*?* 

740 tranaportwtion 


$495 


BRAND NEW AIDE- H Y -IDE DU- ftjj WILLY8 JEEP ‘ 1QUR-WHFEL , 
pte* _full naiemeii' Phone J «W4_ I dr ,„ nn ,V ]g ofm ml'ei Mechanic 

42 B HOI’S ES TO RENT 

H RN I8H l I» OK 

I .NF1 RN'ISHEl) daa. 43.000 milN./cotrt tfeer'.ng 

. . t-Lr . window* *ear. efe . immaculata 

ALERT SSRV1CB TBANHEER CO. wndllinn Take trade •] gcui j.3177 

ltd When m riving rail ut for faaL — larvrwlenntr r , x .. vr „ n 

reliable acrvtra anvwhera la SC. AUTOMOBILES EINANCED 

Ra!* marine 1* aug marl o Low !•'*• ,ori f 'erm« 

-Tim J-34W 70 BrouaMnD • Co . 1WS O-remme-t Si 

W ATTRrtU"<\r BUBO ALOW O'L- |,w DODOE REfjrST (T ’ ! Y 1 

leapig Road Shove rw 0 hedrocm. quipped driven only 1 J«1 i* U 't 
oil atoi* and fireplare Pnnne * 3 *** *ccept a trade Phnna ( 

•onka 6*0 : ' i5 ' 

TOVulRna - »t OVI 90' AND »•” VAIIKHAIX WYVBBN PBI. 
ftoraaa. Local and lonf dlaUnca va'ely owned bv retjrvd man mile - 
|.'A4* age 11 Ann. e»r*n#nt rnodlUnn 


Our price only . .. -fl*v P «J 

AUSTIN CONYlHIlBLI 
04 COUPE, like new. with beater 
P*dUC»d IO 4 1 e\QQ 

.Stock ll»C» .. 2* I Z77 


C ARS FOR SALE 

WILSON 

MOTORS 

NO MAYBE 
ABOUT IT! 

Our Prices A»e the 
Lowest In Town 


|QCi FORD Cu.mm Ekiur-Donr 
1 7J4 air candi- marine 
•.Loner, one owntr. A-l JiU/j 

WE NEED USED CARS 

1953 ^,, *$1295 

1 QC*Y PLYMOUTH CtUh Co^pe. 
I r Jt radio beater on# owner. 

SI 595 

1 gen CHEVROLET Cou pr a.r 
• 7JZ cimdltioner. c . -30c 
one gwnrr 2> I jVj 

1951 JSTSTer $1195 

1951 S5SFWT si 195 

AT NATIONAL 
THE DIFFERENCE 
^ IS LESS 


1950 $995 

950 JSSf" * d ‘ n - $445 

Qai rOUp Sedan Cuatom 
'J I radio heater .* i irvc 
• -Ions A-l at 5 I oV5 

I Q/O MONARCH Sedan 

..!« ■ 'T- .. - $1095 


METEOR 2 nonr. 


1949 

hnfer * 


ALL OUR SALESMEN 
ABE BONDED 


I'd When moving rail ua (nr fakV. 
reliable tervire anvwhera la SC. 
Bale aov-utg la our mnrta 
jT- 4181 J-34« 719 Rrmiahtno 


va'ely awr.ed bv re'trvd man mile- 
age II ADO eirellent. cnndltl'itl 
Cam only. II J74 Phone 3-SIM9 


API YOU MOVINO* LOCAIXY OR 

Ion* d'*'*n.e ge( a lie# - nm»ie 1M4I OLPSMORILI COUPE NEW 


from Jubile# Tremler 1-3113 PAINT* OOOD HUBBUB. PAIR 

43 HOI SES WANTED TO* gSS? ^ AR °° HD ^ ^ 
RENT FURNISHED m* a -40 Austin sedan heat- ' 

• ■ — — * er and radio A-l nhape Take 

WANTED TO BENT 3 OR 3-bED- pgvrnen'* for detail* phon* 

room furnished hour* nr aulie " n t . t44 . 

learner Ju.y 4 m Au*u>' 10 Rel- _ 

•ranraa J M Mcirley. Hume | BU tit'vfsr R JfAtkK .MARK V-. 
Schorl Nelmn in egeellent condition trade nr 

WANTED- LARGE FAMILY HOME. ^.fr^AeV 
cinve in Immediate occupancy 7,7 uatfoou Are 
Phone 4-31*1 I94J MUMPER HAWK -MARK V. 


GOOD TIME 
TO BUY 


EMPRESS 

MOTORS 


AUSTIN SEDAN A40 One 
owner very low mileage 


C-j AUSTIN 
DsJ owner 
hea'er Only 
8’tK* 4.17 A '1 


SI 349 54 

5 « ^ si 

7 C ROC -> I 


? AUSTIN SEDAN A-4» 0 per- _ . 

feet condition Hegtei J ' 

J SLICK S-PASSINOIR CLUB C A 
‘ COUPE ftylfiaii'ir 4 700 
It radio. .Sioca ]31B> i/77 


C . CHEV SEDAN Very n.re 

Ol Hea-er aeat coverv ff i a q 
'S tork 3)flA> 5 I 


C A CHRYSLER REDAN^WindJor, 
JH hydramal " - Radio CTlCx 
and naatet . 2)0 I JO 

C i CADILLAC SEDAN hydra- 

51 S2\Jg $3035 

C j CHEVROLET SEDA*- power 

D4 g i» Ram 4 7009 

and hrair : 2»ZZ70 

C . FORD 3-DOOR, Cu.’ m Ra- 

04 dio and eqn j C 


' Wind nr. 1949 T^n 

$3156 1 949“K5S 
S3035 1948^?" 


FORD Sedan 
radio beater 
fulia «a4aa, 


$975 
$895 

1948 ESS. TOr $795 
1947 3?^. $895 

j Q *7 DODOE Sedan, a apenai 
• y**r a* lu*f new e o j c 

pi»ton« }{)4j 

1942SS°?Ss r .$495 
1940 ETEV. $395 
1938^,^ . $195 


$2045 


cej CHEV SEDAN Very cltto 
DU r*r Heater radio 4 i i a c 
• Stock S21B> 5 I I a* J 


C . CHEVROLET SEDAN 
04 Radio and'. / 


$2044 


na 4-31*1 |»*j HU'IPER HAWK 'MARK V. 

... urtfuk-u u 4kiTvn T n * n *« r 'llAR' cond.'i^n Trad* <>r 

WA HOI SKS %% AaNTKD TO trem % ptioii* 1-1041 or »*# it 7ii 

RENT, UNFURNISHED Daffodil A e 

RAVE REM API E CLIENTS WAIT- pAT'.ly’ oVnel'^y Y 'nn ^ev 
Ing for 3 to 3-hertmjm unUnl hed (l , condition See Mr Ba.h- 

hou»«, tn Ootrtoti Heart diatrlrL. „ , T , Y ate. or pnnne 7-3111 

Ten Mile Point «nrt Raanlrh Hen«» _ _ 

from *M to 91)0 Pemberton l».» CHEVROLET 2-DOOR NEW 
Hnlmev Ltd . 4 -1134 1003 Govern- v.lve grind verv gnnrt runnin* 

men' St condition. Ilss 3-0747 M0» View 

W ANTED-^SM ALL" HOUSE OAR- 

Sen nr «lde-hi -tide dilple* »»»- )*.14 PLYMOUTH NEEDS PEPAIRS 

l#n June 1 Careful quiet middle- ||ren-e Wtiat ^«fre^»• would W.p 

aged couple Bn* 1016 Victoria f-, r tank ' ;>• vacuum 1063 Am- 

Fr*a# phion. 3 *97* 

COUPLE WITH TWO CHILDREN. i»«7 RUICK ROAPV ASTER BE- 
a*e ala and aeven woo'd Ilk* nn- deneite radio heater 'urn <ndi- 
fuf*fti*h*d 'wo nr free -bedroom catnrk, two-tone paint 1*9* Phone 
haute nr duplet by June 1 Bni 7-1117* • CT PONTIAC 

|*|6 NASH "L OOOD CONDITION. *‘ P "' C< 

WANT TO RENT UNFURNISHED weather-eye air cond. turner heat- 


C a FONT! AC 
J4 Sedan ... 


C-j PONTIAC 
JJ Sedan . _ . 

CO PONTIAC 
DD Sedan 

Ch DODOS CalMitl 
D-J Sedan 
CT BUICK 

Jt Sedan 

rn CHEVROLET 
JJ Sedan 


J4 SEDAN Immaculate roqditmn 
H*a'e» whitewaU Urea low 
mileage 4 7 1QC 

• Stork 194A. 5Z I 7J 

5 , DE SOTO * - PASfiENOER 
I CLUB COUPE in perfect r»n- 
. flitinn One owner 1*0410 tn.lee 

52249 Radio, heater, whitewall iirei R»- 

dtired !o e.-tiC 

$2199 ,Bior * 3J3Ai 5 1/0 

$ A7 DODOE CUSTOM SEDAN fk- 
I qqc 4/ t-remeiy rnmlurratrie tr*ni- 
I 07J pnr'tHoct Heater and 4 070 


healer 1 7 

c. CHEVROLET SEDAN ,q 

**!$:,"* S1948 Iy 

54 $ 1 800 ™ 

C-J CHEVROLET 4 1 7Q7 

OJ SEDAN. Heater _ 5 I / 7J 


THOSE- 

EVER POPULAR - , 
ENGLISH AUTOS 
WITH THE 

HIGH 

TRADE-IN VALUE 

See These Today 

The Year's Mosf 
Outstandihq Offers 
Ar o Fracr.on of Their 

REAL VALUE 
WHY? 

Because They Have Been 
Traded In on the 
All New A50 

AUSTIN CAMBRIAN 

1 

ASSURANCE 

You Bet' Every Car 
Has Been Thorouqhly 
Checked Out by- Our 

AUSTIN 

EXPERTS 


a, HUDSON 

46 SEDAJf 


— — $295 


TODAY S SPECIAL 

QCt CADILLAC SEDAN My- 
' J I dremaitr «eler*nr radio, 
whit, wail tile* An nu'- 
Mand'.n* rar in out- 

SfS^aB- $2895 


Open Eveninqs 

GLADWELL 
MOTORS LTD. 

Pandoro at Quadra 

2-2111. 

Mercury. Lincoln. Meteor 
Zod'oc, Zephyr, Consul 
Prefect. Atnqlia 


cS ford . ton . 
JJ PICKUP J 

c , O M C '.-TON . 
D I PANEL 3 

C 0 PONTIAC SEDAN . 
JJ DELIVERY J 

Ch PON n AC SEDAN . 

3Z DEI :very 3 

Crv v ANOl' ARft 
pu STATION W AOOfk- 
.Q FORD .-TON 

4t ncKrp 

A it a M r 0 ' j - TON 
46 PiCKrr 
A rt AUSTIN '.-TON 

4y pickup 

. -v PORD STATION 

4 JL wagon 


1292 

1050 

1595 

1395 

$895 

$750 

$590 

$449 

$295 


EMPRESS 

MOTORS 


*06 port St 


17 B TARTS. TIRES and 

\< 1 1 Rgonn 

wsrcKiNo -T~ig««^rnfln pa.veT 

Ci"«*d mu' or and r»ai and. 1**7 

0 V| C gitiui rnn-nr l-tpr.d rear 

Oond converilhlw top lor 1*41 
nr 1*41 I-suurn|»r roup, Divtd 
S’ A'ttn Wterkera. 616 David S' . 

1 9*7* 


PLYMOUTH 
c«un>» h»4*»r. 


IQdO p,Y ' ,OT " ,tf 

I yH\J Coup, h»k-» 


• fbU Coupe he#'#r 
| NASH Coupe. 


$ 1 QQC 4/ t-rrmely rnmlurt 
I 07J pnr'atlon Heater and 

C 1 700 r * ai ° ' 8, ' w ' k ,?,B ’ 

^ /^Y DODOE SEDAN. 

$2199 4 "«~‘*mb. 

$2295 50 d°?r f % e nd?r. 

Heater and radio Re- 
m 1 enn duced lo 'Stock I72Ai 


SAVE A BIG $110 

I *49 PI Y MOUTH 3-DOOR 
1W»' ft -equipped Now Onlv 

$737 


ron THE PEST DIFFERENCE 
DEAL 

VISIT NATIONAL 
THE LARonST USED CAR LOT 
ON 

VANCOUVER ISLAND 


$879 


TRUCKS 

Truck Clcoronce Sole 


C *3 CHEVROl.ET 
OO TWO-DOOR 


CD PONTIAC 
JJ Sedan 
Cd PONTIAC 
Di. Pnoergllda 


hr"i-» I6A or tea# Bn III* 
Victoria Pre»a 

WANTED HOU8B TO RENT BY 


er and chroma rtm» Trrmi 7-17*4 

MORRIS OXFORD NIC E CON- 
di’ton *4 Vi 13*1 Pandora Avenue. 


reliable rtt'ipl* by May 1i Phone \ 

err nnfi 3-lBTI ; 

— - - 1 ISA | W1LLYS — CUSTOM RADIO. 


WANTED BY JUNE |~ TWO-BED- 
room hou*e nil heat up in l*A 
Hat# tcnall baby *-* 


air-rnnditioned, heater, turn H«hta 
4-17** 


Ja I-Pul Coupe.... 
CD P*7NTIAC 
Da S-Pna* togpe.... 
CD CHEVROLt r 
Da l-Paat Ct»up*„_ 

C D PONTIAC 
JU Sedan 

M CHEVROLET 
Sedan 


r ♦ v CQO aureu 1 n imoa aii 

^ J yy DODOS ' REOENT 

4 1CQC JO The he.* Radio 
O • J7J 1* Km mile, one owner 

• SUtck 4*1 A > . 

$1799 -hQ FORD TUDOR 

OF • ranipnrtatinn • 

_ $ 1 499 t®f only <S»ock 94B 

pe._. $1495 TRUCK V, 


Perfect ron- 
be..’. Huy 


$1099 


1942 

1940 

1952 

1954 


S 1 495 TRUCK VALUES 50 wope h7.~ 
S 1 395 48T^TkT^r rA ^ $84^*50 KS? r BruAV 


. ' CD POSTTAC HARD TOP CODT* 1 Q AD PANEL. 4 1 Crt 

Out.tandin* 52p,i.n*r.d 4 17 dQ 1 ^ ^ ^ 2> I DU 

4QQQ haater _ 5 1 /48 in*A MAPLE LEAF 3-TON 

iVVy c, BUICK S-OOOR tl c 0 D ' y4U motor ^ 0 " # * $250 
Perfect ron- 51 Radio and hea'er 5 I J7 A ' ‘ 

hr- Huy METEOR SEDAN. ", 1 952 RSr. 

$ 1 099 53 ,nd $ 1 596 ■oenai _ $995 

C SEDAN rn $1579 1954 Jm” ” New' j 

to heater, DJ 2 -DOOR H»e'rr _ J I D / F dlM«n e i -ync 

$ 1 849 52 !!^r m $ 1 472 B * Tt l7< "— 5 1 795 

^'7- 51 SP.S’SSr SI 493 Open Eveninqs to 9 P M. 

-- 574:5 51 SSSSS Her L.S1392 819 YATES 

50^ n PE BA H^. S1093/ 4 - 8177 4 ‘ 8174 4 * 817 5 
50 B5?r $997 


cd *usriN 
DJ HOMERoET . 
CD AUSTIN 
Da hOMI.h.-ET . 
C a AUSTIN 
D4 SOMERSET . 

5 1 AUSTIN 

I DEVON 

M AUSTIN 

DEVON 

C-j AUSTIN 

DO SOMERSET - 

5 1 AUSTIN 

I DEVON 

CD AUSTIN 

Da DEVON 

C-J AUSTIN 
DJ SOMERSET . 
C-j 'A US TIN 
DO SOMERSET . 
CD AUSTIN 

DU DEVON 

CD AUSTIN 
Da DEVON 

5 1 DEVON 

C-j AUSTIN 
DD SOMERSET . 
CD AUSTIN 
DA SOMERSET . 


_ $1295 
_ $1067 
_.$1395 
_ $650 
$595 
_ $1295 
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_ $767 
_ $ 1 295 
_ $1295 
- $445 
_ $745 
_ $645 
_ $1295 
_ $1095 


PAY DAY 
DOLLAR 
SAVERS 

51 pnmrr .. $395 
50 $295 

50 ESS* • TON .. $395 
36 SSk^TL $95 

.q PLYMOUTH Black aedan a 

4y um,r . , $895 

CD AUSTIN DEVON SEDAN In 
Do (ieamiitg black with a a tea*. 
Red leather „#t* fleally in 
• btWTonm enn- . , DOC 
dlttnn. and only i I A.yD 

DEAL HERE WHERE 
YOUR DOLLARS HAVE 
MORE CENTS 


i*i« kan ii 1 1 

S P E E D WA Y : ; " 

4 4 ATAn r- I X lr WMT AUTO W 

MOTORS T"#* ,Mtt ^ 

LTD I YOUR. YARD STEEL 

. . . „ * , •"« him i:m 

yolkswaqen Dealer 1 h '" 1 * J*mj 

New"* Car Sa.,* U„d Tara ,MI NUIOR BLOCK 

Tata# at Quadra Ml JoUnaon St- a,i4 1 * l0, '*• ,U 


•rwrn truck Tines 

All Sire, - See A! 4* 

RED A Till I sr.RVICB 
*36 Inn it, *<n - 1-S4J3 

WILLARD RATTEHIES AND 
rental. Be. Dmiala, S a fnr 
liber* t r *de-in Dnualaa at 
JleiakL Open J* k«u>* Phnnw 
.1-66)6 

NOW WRECK1NO * IflM MfTtOR 
„rtan 1*47 Old'muhi’a aadap 1*4* 
Vlukhal) -.dan Sand'# Autn Wreri- 
i lna I'll) View St reiv 3-7631 

WREITCThin LOW MILEAGE 46 

Dnd*e. aimn! new mnnu • I ,o 41 
BuKk Special and )» Hillman 

3- 401) 

I BODY AND CHAASIS 
hydraullr nrakg, ae> of aluminum 
pl-iont and pln« A, new And 
hi her Pnrd p,rtk 3 AIM 

; NEW LOW PRICE - GOODYEAR 
fee, NUtkl* II j 71 670,16 *14 *6. 

at Oat in Jack 1317 Quadra 3-0)31. 

(TURK'S AUTO PARTS. IIU 
Oni.alaa il,ed part* (or cara and 
lr "-k«j^l-»il41 

1*17 PACKARD ' BInffTi' ALL 
I'* ' • (nr ««le a!,» art lOCkli JuntM 
»'r*» Rea.nnahle *-3336 

i VIC WEST AUTO WRECKERS 3t« 
Dunda, 1-*2I3 evening. Sun lav. 

4- 4137 

| POOR. YARD STEEL GRAVEL. BOR 
I and hoi,! 1360 alen tla'-de.k 

I hndy 3-a*4J 

I»M BUICK BLOCK. 1 ano MILES 
rrank ptnovti, y tv ,. list 3-aiTi 


$1795 


$ 1 450 50 SSTiiEf STo, $595 1 49 SBTEU 

$ 1 1 QC iQ rORD P ,C *< !,P n-rl-'* r-’-t- , 

'70 fly dlfinri - * rt * r* » -»D C . .... ... 

$1 150 fur0 , ‘ cT,,1 * $725 WILSON S 

1,099 J. M. WOOD SAFE Pl 

$1099 - TO BUY A U 

$1099 MOTORS 


Art FORD PICKUP in r 
4 f dinnn -,rt' 

turn •ienal-1 'S'-^k aiDCt 


$725 


I— |*6| PLYMOUTH STDAN 11.3*6 

FOUR 6-ROOM MOUSE OR DU- Hnrwnod Broftwn Oat'** Onvern- 
pl*» Anv dlltrtct 2-S644 week- rrent and Herald R're.', I-4A2I 


plea Any dlltrtct 2-IS44 week- 
<1 avk 

— . MODEL A FORD i« IN WHK14 

4 6-ROOM HOUSE OR DUPLEX *eal beam headuah'a. 116 MM 
Any dlkt'trt 7-1644 weekdavt Dmiala, 

OR J- BEDROOM HOUSE TO |)J* CHEV SEDAN WITH HEATER 


CD FORD 
wU Sedan 
CD POBO 
OU 6- Pat, 


$977 


rent wtMi option In buy 


in perfect running order 
•-2T6I 


43B HOl’HES WANTED TO ’ ‘ ' 

116 NT 6-T 'll VKII6TI OIL ^ ANOITARD HE AT f- It UI At 
MSifVT, r I ll.Ynll r.ll UK ^ |lfl|f In* p,|r. Term* II de- 


,d p^ntiac 
4V sedan 

,d DODOE 
**y Cnupe ... 

49 METEOR 


INFl’RNISHKD 

SMAuT HOUSE ANY DlSTRlrr 
rtiupi, with rhtld Reat-mabl* rent 
1)01 

M UALUS. 8TORKH andf 
OFFICES TO RENT 

MERCANTILE* BUILDING 
•030 DOUGLAS STREET 
orflta ava. table Jart»| aerviee* 
and ptlva'r car park nroyided 


lilted Phnne I44W 

1*4*) NASH SEDAN 
Reiter, turn kfgnal, 62*6 
3-1710 


$1099 

$1099 

$1099 

$1050 
$1050 
. S895 


WILSON'S IS THE 

SAFE PLACE 

TO BUY A USED CAR 


57 CHEV SEDAN. LOW MIt.EAOE _ Mr _ f 
new tire* Beat r»ih oiler thU A/ - ' 
weak 1-36*1 after 6 pm r,,,,p ' 


47 SSST^I $696 


l»2f CHEVROLET OOOD CONDI- 
Ilno. good motor. Offer* invited 
10’* MrO'ire St 

1*41 NASH SEDAN CLEAN (39) 


DODOE 

Coupe 


$696 

$696 


Apply J Burrldie. 3-717*. 4vee„ >•** f^rd on motor 110 164 Old 


E'quimalt Road 


BTOFt 1ATTH LIVING QUARTERS I*** CHEVROLET 4-DOOP SEDAN. 
Inr rent Oak Ray ior».) tht-npin* ee'y I Odd condition *40 Palmouin. 
it- 'rir» Suitable fit vartnui lips* 1-177* 


• e’y good condition *40 Palmouin. 


erf buiiner, dm'tar or dentil Phnne 
• Final ,i Survey Limited 

1174 Oo*ernment Rtrea* 

3*76 QUESNEl. STREET SMALL 
wrrkihop with vpare (or ofllca 
Will rernnoill.-n Inr reliable ien*nt 


I#4J FOUR-DOOR rilBTOMUNK 
•HM tarh and taka over payment# j 
Phone 4-4)6* 

IMS FORD V-l 1147 REBUI LT 
erryine with 6) licenac 47k **t 


A GOOD DEAL 
AND A GOOD 
DEAL MORE 


DEPENDABLE 

DODOE - D» SOTO DEALER 

1033 - UM1 —1101 Yaie* 

Phone 4-71*6 

OPEN EVENINQS TUX » O CLOCK 


Louis Nelson 

■IB Johnvon St. 3-4113 127 Pandora 
“TOUR VANGUARD TRIUMPH 
DEALER SINCE 1*4* 


, Q nrrvROLET CQAQ 

4F 3-OCX)R Heater i007 


OLSON'S 

‘ DRIVE IN LOT 
NO PARKING PROBLEM 
At 1036 Yates St. 

1 QCT CHRYSLER WINDSOR DE 
I 7JJ LUXE SEDAN - Bn weu 
ce-ed for, better tf T i m 

man n*e, $249/ 


OLDSMOPILE SEDAN , ntn B .» 124 1 ) 

R,rtin and $79? 1 QC 7 HENRY J EaraUepi » 

hf,, ' r _ ■ 1953 dtuon, vary U>. mU„ 


. . DOIXiE SEDAN. 

40 H" -- 

C/1 MORRIS 

OU OXFORD 

- -y TLYXIOUTH 
4 / J.pnon Hea’er 
CA AUSTIN SFDA.N. 
DU A-40 Haa-er 


$637 ? t ZSXX, m $1197 

... $698 1 950 

p.inri a Prt*» i I J 7/ 


LOWEST PRICES 


JACK POT 

IQ.Q noons SEDAN— Ne. 

I 7n(J bit u| hndr e orb g (; 
Vi'iuti# a be»t buy a> 5- 


BIG CAR SPECIALS 

CD STUDESAKER COMMANDER 
JJ DE LUXE * MEDAN. Ann- 
matto tranaaiiktidn loteat 
gieen Imtnaculaia cmdiMon, 
an unurually low prn a (or a 
car ol true quality . 0Qt - 
and rondlltan J> I OF J 
C7 1»"XJS RXOERT ! 

OO very clean and attraciiv, 
radin. beater. ,.r- <r l Q a c 
rundltloner Onlv I 84 J 
CO DE SOTO SEDAN w|tn 
Da Ovroma'ta trantmukinn. cut- 
'yuv radin and hea'er wni'a 
wall lire, front erat arm 

Z , ‘ $2045 

C t BUICK SPECIAL AEDAN 
D I Tu'-one. nvater white and 
m^alllit (i een Fully mad- 
•hie A gynutne bargain 

tr ... $1595 

Cl PACKARD SEDAN 
J I Grey, au'nmailr ,ntl> /«»i«m 
radin and itrtitt. a re r ol 
ritanncUnn in » < « ,r 
•nnwrocmc/iiidiUdn 1 I /4j 

5 i MERCURY, SEDAN lull 

I C'H'abj e*fra» Re dm h»arer. 
turn lift",, g^w-f fire, Inr 

If ,nn % 1 495 

,q OLD* ' »r SEDAN marine 
nr blue rualnm radii and 
hea-er, white wall* A One 
ftmtiy c , 


K-M MOTORS 

1030 Yotcs 2-5822 

USED CAR SPECIALS 

C c CHEVROLET DE LUXE TUDOR 
JU V« nver drive. n r ,« 

B»ve 1400 5xD4y 

52 aedTn L $1049 
49 SUBURBAN* $1349 

5 , FORD TWO-TONE g , . 

I SEDAN $1149 

.q PLYMOUTH ffZ.no 

4 o coupe . $699 

47SKh r 3S $599 

492515* TUT,OR $749 

A A CtlTVROl-ET ff A OO 

4o 4-lxrOR SEDAN $499 

OTHER MAKER AIODELA 
TD CHOOSE FROM 

TRUCK SPECIALS 
50 S’ 10 $550 

$850 

a 7 CHEVROLET TON g . 

4/ ru ki f . $4jU 

46 5SE 1 '"* $450 

A ^ OMC S-TON PICKUP »-p.v 

$350 

38^r™* At $150 

CLEAN USED CAPS WANTED 

1030 Yotcs Open Niqhts 


WflBCKlNrt A 1*31 CHEVROLET 
c mi pa. Part* reaaonabU 3-«4M 

WRECKING 1*4* MERCUKY 3-TON 
trurk EvcrvUting (oj ,al*. 4-60*0 

1*4* or 1*60 cottoM nonox- 
Plymou'h radio *-tub« *66 3, Ilia. 

POUR TIBER AND TUBBS. « Thai*. 
124 Phnna 1-1*74 


DON'T DELAY! 
REeTREAD YOUR 
TIRES NOW 
With 

GOODYEAR 
SUPER CUSHION 
$12 85 

Slaa 47ft* It 

VICTORIA 

TIRE LTD. 

Oovt at Herald 3-41 


$1395 


PONTIAC PATHFINDER 
SEDAN A aery rle#n r»r 


5547 ?„»»• $ 1 695 


Brian % Sun* hear™ 27* Cadillac A»e 


Ilia Brntd pt Thnna 4-7171 


MODERN OPTICES FOR RENT. m 

Btnbart Building 746 Ya'e* Street. * 

au'iable prnleMtitnal p « r , r, n l»4ft ME! 
E «va'nr and lanner •ervr, 4-6641 ,ti»ni 


1*61 VAUXIIALL 
heater 17*6. tard 


RADIO AND 
Phnne 1 MJ I 


ENGLISH CAR BUYS 
53 22?" $97 


1*4^ MERCURY BUSINESS COUPE 
l\ ellent cndlfkon »J»0 3-301* 

tvr ningt 


^ GOOD ^ uQr °. n,ce ' A ' 11 Oup 

C-J VANOUARD SEDAN ONE 
lY'V/l\L Do nwner btw mileage new twne 

ton# paint Sandtlane Orev 
and B;*cayne Blue All 1*66 
mode! improvement* lor our 

CAR BUYS T B,,f * $1295 

$975 52 Z?: o . D ,X! $945 

$895 51 $795 

,nrn CD 'MORRIS OXFORD SEDAN 


No Monthly PovfnenPT — 
'Til June I 5th t • 


TRUCK BARGAINS 


C - CHEVROLET SEDAN 
DELIVERY a 


Hea'er . 

MERCURY ',-TON 


$1695 


COOK AND FORT ST . DOUBLE- V _■ _ _ 

frontal *i 0 f* wl'h fftmtftrtanle ||v. RAVE MONEY* SAVE TIME I FOR 
lna ouartera rent t 7 ' Apply A, | trie t*e*i huy In a rar nr hnat, 
Bernard A Co L* *.* Fhrt Si u || Mart * Shnpptn* Barvtea Phona 
niOVT OFFICE FOR R E *- I 1 *' 

Three rtv-m, niftdern Ixv-ated m BEST C ASH OFFER TAKES 1*1* 


K'PAfe BMa F«rl *"d D'iu*la» 
Ren- 44 4 PhflBe J-74,4 

LA ROE STORE. *6 ' X 40 . CEn'- 
Irally Inrated Heated %’araft 
anno Phnne 4-1*4) nr *-11** 

WriOOSWORTH HAIX 731 COURT- 
itey Fnr infrumation, pie#«e ph»na 
4-0434 or X 31*1 

STORE FOR RENT — «2* FORT 

B< 3- H4I 

STORY WITM LIVINO Ql'AR- 


Chevrolet Gnnd motor and tiraa 
Pnnne 1-11)74 

ISM PLYMOUTH SEDAN •1.30* 
HORWOOD BROTHERS GARAGE 
Government and Merail St* l-tftll 

S!?! W» CHEVROLET HAT'D TOP RPL- 
pnon# ,,, fl fi r , 1u , pp , a JJ o»» Traa# 


52 22£t MA " $895 

53SS MP * $850 

53 ar* $1250 

501-"^ $499 

49Sr rT . $399 

50 £ST $650 

49©!7I W $449 

C 1 MORRIS a nrtn 


u Cl MERCI'Ht 'v-lOf CQOC 

s $94 S jl PICKUP Header. _ J77J 

“ J J FARGO '. TON * 


$flO$ Si ^ ANOPARD ®* DAM <7QS 52 PICKUP Hea’er $895 

i07J Jl On# owner J/FJ „ i-ton 

ffQCA c^ MORRIS OXFORD SEDAN 48 FLAT DI ' K $795 

— $0DU 04 ^casUn B .U, .nod -yyr ^^.rtOHAL UQ ft 

t19SH rWlilw a 1 J 49 ton pickup _$69j 

... $I25U AJ AUSTIN • SEDAN ^Sf) ei CHEVEOIJT */- 7 0 

tfjjQQ Radio grind rondiUnn ^ Dl I-TON PAKPL 3>0/F 

-JI^Fy - DILI -MAN PANEL ffonc , y CftEVRClIXT ffXf)C 

tion 4 y TRUCK Onlv .. $JVD 4 O 3-TON FLAT PECK $Q7j 


Radin. gnnd rrtndiUnn 
HILI.MAN PANEL 


in INTTP'JA TIONAL e/Qft 

4y ',.TON PICKUP 507 o 

51 SSTSSSl $679 

A, rHEVRotXT ffznc 


AUSTIN 

Sedan 

AI’STIN 


$650 

$449 

$898 


A Tee* Drive, w.ill.r-vtvtn e mu nf 
the value nf the n»w Vanguard 
Vyvageur at II *»' 


STORE TOR RENT - era ruar SMART 1*47 MERCURY TyDOR 

S' 3-WM ' H*ater l‘M Term* 1130 Qt^kinut 

STORE WITH 1 1 VINO QU AR- ,f rnv tton t . 

te r*, Cn wk near F"f •- | «* PORD TUDOR ‘Z T A.EU.ENT | 

AT / PIIK SAI L »h*pe low mileage Witt take of- 

4. 4 rUK BALL t , t u#>t j., vn nlfh; , j.,111 

'WI6 CHEVROLET RADIO 
ARTHUR Q BROWNE LTD heaier ifttwj running condition. *79 
■46 Vale* 1-1411 r*>h *1* Lampion 2-406) 


ARTHUR O BROWNE LTD 
■46 Vatea 1-141 

'.VI Ford Tudor — »L»*' 

'51 Chevrolet Sedan . ... 1 J* 

•*I pontlac auniTi'R tran*- 
mlMinn. ratlin and heater, 
»erond molnr l 34' 

*4# M » r '■ u ry Cu,lnm S' ■Vert, 
radio and haater turn 

indicator# _ — M 

'M Prefect .. ... 34 

'41 Fft'd 6-Paa,eng*f Coup*. 

-ad lo and better 3* 

*46 Rui'k Cutiflif Sedan. 

radio and heater 7* 

*41 Monarch Reitin .. 44 

AU Can >n Eireileot Condition 
Win tt»« 6* Anything 
ARTHUR O BROWNE LTD 
*41 Tata* 3-741 


Vi 1 ' , n f * n f>t l * rTp,nr ' --* 0 '" 

1 J»* 1»'3 TONTIAC 4-DtlOH SEDAN— | 

ellent rondltlofi Cu*tnm radio , 
and heater II at) phone I-3Q3I 

' 1*61 MORRIS MINOR ENGINE 

newly overhauled Phone 1-)441 or 
14, 3-11*5 after * pm 

,4 * 1*41 MO TWO-DOOR. ^CREAM 

... wi'h red trim. Aartlfica Will taka 
•** low-price tar in trade l-lTftS 

i*t l*i» MERCURY TRUCK II nsn 
44* mile, a, new |t ||« term, or 
III leva* trade lor cor or pick-up 1-3194 


rD 1*65 TONTlAr Y-i CLUB CQUFR ' 
2-7111 fully equipped 7*6 mile,. i,o*»l 
^ 1 3Mi. trad, and ea»y term, 7-1194 

lit* CHRYSLER SEDAN - NEW 
tiro* runt good 1195 term* • 
3-IA4I 


19*6 Che, . torpedo back, radio 4M *edan ab«nlui*lt Ilk* n«o *7 l Mi 


1S9S Poniloc de bit. doe* grey. .... ATI. 

radio and heater Bpotleag ron- le' 1 CONSUL SLOAN — GiVE OOOS 

a limn . 41.0a* Allan an,, t on l*5S ar Liur M ini 

1949 Monarch rddlw and hrater or Autlin term* 9-144) 

1947 RNdebaMg radio end beaier ,>,T f 'MEV COACH VERY GOOD 


overdrive For top rmdIUSR r "ndltlon with *0/ 
and eronamv iee thi* one. »«*9 rMh * f )-*"44 


30- Day Exchange 
— Privilege 
Guarantees 
Vour Satisfaction 

EMPRESS 

MOTORS 

900 Fort St. 
Thru to View 
Phone 2-7121 

OPEN TILL 9 P M 

w 4 ^ 

* 

ESQUIMAU 

SERVICE 


MIDTOWN 
AUTO SALES LTD 

951 TATE8 STREET 3 


Mov is Safety Month 

Get Free Safety-Lane 
Check-Up in Mov ot 


1 qco C A DILLAC GO N V R R r- f 
I 7JZ ISLE R*dl» healer. 

ruomi $4395 CKEVRC 

IQCI CADILLAC SEDAN 

,y3 , -2lu.L._ $2950 

1 OCA MONARCH sedan 

I y Jv Hewtar a 1 1 r« . . . 

ote . $1150 1948 

1 Cl C 1 CMEY REDAN e 1 nnt 


t *- 334. WILSON MOTORS 

OPNVSRT. # Yates at Ouadro 
*•*"> »»'“«■• 3-1108 

$4395 CHEVROLET - OLDS • CADILLAC 


$2950 


1950 


mu man 

SEDAN 


1 95 1 $ 1 095 ,949 Hg*j A » 

1950 PICKUP ' r W $695 men HILLMAN 


950 SAV™ $69! 

WE TRADE UP OR DOWN 
SEVERAL TRANSPORTATION 
SPECIALS FROM SIM TO gifts 
See NORM WARE 
EARL W AR HOLM nr KEN 
Mcconnell 


1 950 sr 

1951 ssr 

1950 iJSIT 


$345 

* 49 5 BRITISH AUTO 
5595 CENTRE 

$695 971 Yores 2-8141 
$595 


% THREE-TON 

I q i-v PAPOO r'ah and "il"!' 
' r ** f renvndttuvned thtmighoj' 

I »pe»d ra'in rear end ffQ07 
Th • un" »evv» tm, »,|| 5 YY / 
MANY MANY MORE TO QHOOSE 
FROM 

Mam Lot, 1036 Yates 

41147 

Lot No 2 837 Yates 
3-5512 1 

OPEN TILL 9 30 P M 

OLSON'S 

Yorrp 

CHRYSLER - FI YVOOTK - f AIIGO 

DEALER 


LOW-COST 

MOTORING 

PROM %1ft6 TO II »nq-A WIDE 
REI ECTIOV or GOOD USED 
CAMS ALL BACKED BY DUR 
> USUAL GUARANTEE RECON- 
DITIONED TO OlVE MANY 
THOUSANDS OF MU ES OF 
CAREFREE MOTORING Ih- 
VFRTIOAT* EIFOR* YOU IN- 
VEST 


TRANSPORTATION 

SPECIALS 

35 slST** $95 

36 ssr™ $164 

4 , OLDS SEDAN ff 1 rt C 

I Verv * -.d 5 I F D 

jc s'n.inrBAKER ffoc 

•Jj-SEDAN 27J 

46 FnRDDR $495 

46 2»Tedan $495 

37 7S2?!?^ SI 95 


1947 

1946 


STUDEB4KFR 
ChamcLAn Sedan 
CHEVROLET 
SEDAN 


$695 

$595 


NEWPORT MOTORS 

*44 Witt ffhlBff ' 4-J4M 


BEST BUYS 

iniftinTH 440 linn. 

' "‘•y really nira ffCdC 

rnndFlnw _ 504D 

HI! MI1H mrrtAtt (iluirrn >*>■ 


SPRING PRICES 

AttBTIN Sedan radio ff TOC 
and heater 5/rj 


-rv>j rr TOirp fftiam C 4 R iw nan ar 
4-J4»» WORTH MOPE IN TRAP 

Will FAV YOU THE DiPTER- ifitj 
ENCS IN CASH ' VT., 


I 7**y raally nira ffCdC 

rnnrtFlrm _ 504D 

HILLMAN SEDAN— IMMACULATE 
r««Wv»»Wr. jbeugb*. new |«,a o»a 

mImm $595 


OWNSR LEAVLNC7 TOWN MSI ? ^ ^ Cl METEOR Club Cnupa radio JAMESON MOTORS *’* 

Fntd a, new : ftoft mile, UM - COR ADMIRAtS AND ESOUIMALT Ol and heater |o~i # ,-jqc , __ 

Ta'lartal I-*MI enndu.an $ 395 LTD .. 


NITI 6 WM Jjyj 

IQCI K4ISFR SEDAN RXAU.T 

LdH!ft. f !- $1495 

Masters Motor Co Ltd 

lit View Phnna l-)$4t 


•riewd Jrwa U7» H NS i»aa FORD tt»dor nmnermr 1 OM tOR»uu Tap ff i one jQ 

44 Pwrd, naw paint 1*14 fbrldfj overhauled hea'er new batter? 1YD.3 eondltian ....sIZpj Coupe 


MONARCH Club 
Coupe vary 'lean 


$795 


Owrd term# I lilt 1QS1 M, "°" ff 4 QC aq STANDARD C*»rh Tran,- VICTORIA BC 

IM* FORD TOP SHAPE LOW , q a q METBOSCOUFB w 7 q c ^ SP lS™ $295 rhmia4-AiiJ niaht J-0414 J-WTI 

mile.*. I MV) 4 AIM miming* and I 949 Cu.tnrwliad $79 J 9AJO 

evening* I ' ' eJ-rw on PONTIAC Sedan na* paint. , 

2°*™ w F gnnd mwvna 'lean ffO.c "l’"Y FOfKR FAVOR 

HIT YORD. , XU* OPEN TILL • F.M. upTw*|,«#r» $245 The Dal’v Cn'dRlat alu.cfMd ad. 


140 1ROUOHTOR STREET 
VICTOKIA BC 


$295 *-EJA3 BUht J-dSlE J-S007 


SV«Y FOtJtS FAVOR 


• ^eagy aa'.iaa Try urn 


SEE THE NEW 

WILLYS 

SEDAN 

Salata • Beaut i . li enemy 

Alan 

tPEPR eng, 4 g— e» evhirle* 

ItStldh Wagftp, - Panel Deliver, a, 

f MASTERS MOTOR 
CO. LTD 

I lit VIEW PHONE 1-114; 


COMMERCIAL 

OFFERS 

nrrv inmaN delivery 
D»- k marnftft metallic fin 
tab (I fifth mi!** inner 

and well eared (ftr * , e . c 
r," ent candt'inn J I O 4 * J 
WILLYS STATION wgGON 
f7*»rdt:4» gvl fV hher Ideal 

$795 

AUSTIN COUNTRYMAN 
Au. !-. papular ff 7QC 

•tation w»ann Jf 7J 


Cusforner So^sfoction 
Since 1893 

YOUR 

STUDE6AKER 

DEALER 

61 Yco r s of Service 
ond Integrity 


THOMAS 

PLIMLEY 

LIMITED 

Voncouver ond Yotes Sts 
2-9121 

REMEMBER 

Wh#w*ar ' ynar buying nr «e!hna 

preview it. u*a afll ;»*4 r.aaall ed 


1948?ll?5iW ,, -$795 

Term, can b« arranged 

CHET DOWMAN 

174 3nhn*nn St 
1-1411: niahia 4 344) 

I7A TRI I K.S and 

TRAILKBS FOR KALB 

HI LO TRAILER PARK 
bid 

Mt 1.0 TRAILER SALES 
61* I 'land High a , y a 7636 

Ju»t J',,1 rolann-l Corner be'ae.n 
Cftianod ar,4 Langl^fd 
Trailer Park for Adult, Onif 
,R|» D„k" 

Rewara tor D* luiva Ttapem 
nor SALS 

I — 24-1' llniver.at Fropana 'ante. 
"It /'bt tefrlgera'Ot ,|er|rir 
hralt', «leepi 4. futnl*4>ed 
II ' 66 

2 - 77 ft C'vr>"n*n' ,1 D-|" Therm 

he a' full »ire r*nie hlnnrla in* 
lerint funnelled »le*trlr brake, 
»! 4"4 

•—I* ft Eng! th trailer, I imi 
rleep, 4 prop*r. * h»al martian- 
Ira I brake, »47) 

4 -Smell leardrup .leape- with 
"viking • nmpeftn>en> H7A 
*— 74-ft Kd*v heau'llul mna,Mnn 
(i'll ,i»e refrigerator ell hea< 
while an* rant* furnnh'd 

e|e 1,1, brake, 11 <66 

Open Evetv Day Till 1ft r kf 

G'NJD. PRACTICAL COMFORT- 
abl* home trailer f,ew tire? ready 
tn foil, Read tnnm tw n hunk,, lee 
hnv Cnleman Wile I6M Phnne 
f-Mrt . 

-KEN WORTH It TOW » X • rilAS 

,1, Bilk nr wtthnut 3*6-h p high- 
pr*,<ure pump and 'enk fnr fire 
tr>^k nv Inggine iw » 7*4) 

1*4* FORD 1 ,-TON FICXUP NEW 
P»IP' |db A a"Od h-JV M ua'. be 
• old Immediately »e«i offer over 
I M'S 'a*e> i '1-7447 after 11 nwin 

HOUSE TRAfLEK, ROCR-OAS 
,'ftve 177$ 'B,h 4—417 MeClure 
Street 

l«rr WELDED STEEL HOUSE- 
irVTTWT rhe„i|- wheel#. . lire* and 
h'«eh Phnne 1 - 444ft 

1*44 MERCURY I t.-TGW PICKUP 
4-, peed trtnamiminn 144$ l 41*1 

1*4# DODGE TRUCK POR RALE 

C *d WNt W pee, pel re ' H 

hiteefde Rnbd ».»#*« 

!*6J CHPVRGIFT HALF TON DE 
luve rab evrelleu •hape II IT* 
7144 Rtwlbdwrn* »t 

3- WHEEL TRAILER NET* WITH 
r»nd»f, 446*1* (Ire* IM Vi*wftel4 
Road 

!•)$ FORD 7 TON TRUCK. RUNS 

wall. *4* 1 HII- 


Ir, erne MM«| - I. ’Tft 74- Wheel 
Hv « firat ci*aa un4lllfta. good 
urea 

1 0*60 w “ ,r * /# ** 

I y 0\J g'a'idn bag/ei 

1950^7.^- j 

|Q A A Lwng - Wheel ", m 

1946 SS, $599 

1941 rz*p*2 L si oo 
MOONEY & SONS 

EM Enel Si TMl«fU BC- Min 


1 2-VOLT 

batteries 

$19 00 E*. 

FULLY GUARANTEED 
FRANCIS BATTERIES A TUI IB 

LTD 

RETREADINO EXPERTS 
1413 Quadra 84. Prioua J-763* 

47C Al.'TO KKI'AIKS snd 
SKRVKf. 

RADIATOR - SERVICE AND *g 
pa'fa-E«pert, emnomirnl la»t B*a 
WILSON MOTORS Talan al 
Quadra 

SPBTML OFFER 
Maee j«ur ear tialivied *40 aq 
PHONE 1-3440 

MOONEY S AUTO BODY SHOP. 
) 4117 Crmple'a Mill, inn (epaiia. 
painting. *,r 

TONE DOWN EXPENSES 
Tune Uo the Motor 
In Your Car! 

Aentd trnib), by b'laiine ytue ear 
lo u» | Inr A (Ample'# rhera -up. 
7TTE MOTOR SPECIALISTS 

MORGAN & TUCKER 

Tate, at Quadra ar Phon# 1-0444 

»'l> Al TO FIN A N < MO 
■nd 1NSI RAN< h 

SOCKLFR INSURANCE AGENCIES. 
1004 Government 2-3144 

Automobile Finoncmq 
Auto Loons 

Alnavnir tvt-'.'mep- pt in r>aan'"ig 
nr auiAmobllea hnuaeLold appli- 
an-e, furnnur* and c»nm,f,.aj 

»fti» nm»nt 

Money. aavint ra'aa oa Street autA 
loan, I .if* inauiaaea up to tl 4ftB 
al no ev ra ro.t Oeneraua Uraia. 

J ui'l rteuamn* 

slond Finances Limited 

IIU Broad S' reel Phnna 4-ttIl 

FINANCING A CAR> 

Before enu bar *,k ahnu< «ur levw 
Caal Pm. firing Sarvp* ei>h rnm- 
pleta m.'iranrr Cwveraga 

A M TAYLOR SPTTTAL 
1216 Rroed S'ree, 4-VV10 

4« GABA ANf> TRl’CKA 
WANTED 

WANTED. CAR RECENT MOOtll 
with mw m'teare Bnaireft or Can- 
adian Glee ,*,n grire with full 
£srtm«la/a Ba« |g*a vietwn# 

l»nnEi. redan rigi i vrn y 

Will BA ' *,# fwur-doar Doffg# 

• •dan w )B «railanl .andumw, ay 
a tU..A.AkA40hl. A iw L a t-WH 

- A 44 DEVON GOOD COlT 
.ffrmn .»t*nviBl Fun deaaiia pet re 
Cuan buyer Rwa |6n«. virtAWa 
Fra*# 


Opportunity to Sell 

f>P-flff-!AWB large ear dealar b 
buying an tRw alwaa ear, pwMthl* 
send In all lnfwrwi*"Avi a* ta tea. 


mileage a 

Pit id ia 


all tnfarmaoan at t« r* ar. 

bad yaur LOWEST CASK 


BOX IIH VICTORIA PRESS 




V«tlH tfalont*!. Vx**** 33 


19 BOATS surf MAKINK 
FOR HAI.K and 
WANTED 


Rl SIN ESS 
OPFORTt'MTIKR 


Bl SIN ESA 
OPPOKTI NITIKS 




Bobby Sox 


By Marty Unks 


FIVE ROOM STUCCO bunAalow 
P e mbroke ta(h Oak Bat toutl 
b? in* Avvrup i-im 


view royal 


east fast or nrv 

— “Wih i wimk Hnan — Hmnrt ** 

A bungalow Lva full-tiard rMmi 
• no bathroom, rniianca hall, lit*, 
parr f,il) remain tia»*il'*Ul. laun- 
dry tuo- furnare n»*i- to *11 
im»i ' Lav t*»M Nrv 

b.'Jir flltl'lrl Farlv po»»r .,or- 

J'MiCE 47. US TERM* 

42 I vi dnwn oalan/e muntlvr 
l. M nOArviAR * CO LTD 
IS!* LaAi-ry S'. Phon# 4-4041 


stucco rounscrr* 


49 CARS AXJl TRI CKS 
WANTED 


io-pt plywood boat, cquip- 

fled lor Mil l» Phone 3-3S43 


1119 Fairfield Hoad. 1M It Iron 
Cook 91 All trif -conta.neil F.arh 
ha, elettrls #!»*• and refMgrral.tr 
tiathrr.in and kt'i-hen lilrd. Owner 
aua|)i»i fir at floor it »i* ruoir.* 
MS f lUtb csa 

b* divided into too (ultga or rent- 
ed a* u lor tin (led par mom it 
Pil|.<liv-ta>''’>'°t Or O Malic 
•ir -conditioned h«4- water hrairr; 
•aparat* (ara(« and pl9)b0u*e 
Ptli* 124 440 414.094 caih balant* 
on termi Pill partlr ular < pl***a 
tomarl M- J A Mr t.rllaA. i-H4# 
dat* 4-4111 ttr* THla 1* a muf- 
II pit fating I • land Iciealincol 


RANDALL'S 


WEI L. - CONSTRUCTED 4 • BOOM 
t.vmgalov high location Cray 
ll:lr Coni* • owner 4K pupa Ave. 

POLH-HOOVt MTVCCO Hl'NciA* 
lull baaemcnl Till* li'jmr .* 
all •iirnlrhrd 12 >W !«J 4 Mauyn. 

11RIVE BV *57| OAK BAY AVf - 

An *1 ' : ariit* bungalow \« 


1*44 EVDOtUDE THREE-MORNE- 
O'ltrer *4 na* 1140 l*honr 4- ,20* 


WANTED 

It Vi uoo 
4- HI 4 

»8 BOATS And MARINE 
FUK SALK s«d 
WANTED 


S OR ‘.-TON TRUCK 
Muat ba in (ood >oap« 


u cumcm WITH a 
Hire* y*art Cheap 1 


P MOTOR 

Cnnatanre 


APARTMENT BLOCK 
6 Suites. 4 Goroq&s T 

Nrv t'ucco, uf'ra mftd'ru auro. 
inauc oil bei'lng lOrKrrt. laundry 
row on doetrir atnvrt and Didarv 
All oik floor* month!* revenue 
otrr HOD arracl.r. mil vrll 
Inca'ed Fairfield * ca Mo Dm 
bungalow and loud aioiinagrv 

wS: “ $- 54,500 


WESBAR 
Corloj» Corners 
ond Portoqers 

10 Ft Corlop 
Fibreqlos Boats 

• ONLY »9 IBS THE BBORTMAN I 
DEUUIIT nu: THE? I MAST 

T E E - N E E 


road 


roo.it piu> «ata»r. rnguiMAiT *i\ room HOME 
ator* 1 . 11 'uirh A id*al invcaimrnt Op*n is aim* 
.jjfh iy »4 »**, cu k-ngi 

POUR - KOuM ALL - UJCTBIC 
Bins* nm n. • no r4«.<4 '.deal, 
raiv :.t manage Pnr* »* JAO No 
*•*'>!* . Bo* Ml Vi ctoria Prr., 

S I'.ncMfl AND Hl'MPl'A OOOD 
lo.alion lav i* In N II A 5., 

111 4P". * 43TJ afirr I in 


Hi i -Of. DITTO!* EU SfSCIAUI 

1*44 Jahn.on J , h p I Jl > 00 

11*4 J'.hnion, II hi Hrr'.rM 
*'4it'n| oai 144**0. r« 
d«t*d la 1414 00 

1141 fcfinrudr 14 up v»» 

I1TIOO ffdjrrd In |144 A0 
J-!> P Until air-omlrd ti* M 
BOAT CLEARANCE HA1J1 
Ntw 1B>4 niodrl Prtrrb*iro*.!fli 
AdJ4 Pl»*r U fix/l. rtfultr »S4»(*n 
Rrducrd '■» I 4 > 0 iv» 

Nrv I VS 4 Prirrbor ,-.urr> 

Handy Bpr. ll-'ool rrauiar *'•»* An 


A OOOD BUNOALOW Brae 
"OirrlooltlRi lhr Ooijr Wairri"*' 
Mi>d*m fitr-rpom- bubii* pir* 
h'jn>4. diatr.d A l rondl’.lnc Au- 
UatvAir r D r trie Neal flrtptair 
Pt-mbrokr bathtnom *ar*»r num- 
aruua aprrlai b.ttlDin Dtfairr 
HUH! 44 .WM 4 1 IHV 1 H 
Ha. t ia*h. balancr *i:a(ia*d 
L M ROSSVEAR A CO LTD 
111* Lan4l'y Sirrrl P^Kft 4-M4I 


CLOSE IN 41 MW CASH 
Nr*r g.aadra Brvrn tniimi Wril- 
built tlran homr. four brAnuii'* 
ntir 4lr» ll*tn* fb"r» and dlr.lnc 
roam. Pun b*-rmrni hoi air f“r 
n*r* Immraiai' po**r»«ii>n P«i!l 
I'fVa »*7 4»0 Oflrr* rnnautvrrd 


STUCCO 4 -SUITE CONUEPRION 
Ilia PVirlDld llnad. I HI Wrl from 
Uk4t Hlrrri All *r If •coniaiiird. 
rarli h*« rlrrlnr atoir and rr- 
friarratoc. bathroom and kltchvn. 
itlrrl frvnrr vrrupDl first floor 
nf *ia room* of annul 1 AbO *qu»re 
f»»' ahu-h ran hr divid'd l/ilo ivo 


DUPLEX 

Side-By-Side 

Sturm nrv ima-l fraturlri Ur 
ln»^ r nor 


Rmb Inland of Tip*i>cJUl Sun 


MODERN 


v|l*l ! trplarr cab. nr 


Only n.i« nf raclt atatlabW *1 TUB Mi>ST POPULAR MODELS 


n.i-O-Mt'l' air.ronduidnrd hol- 
v«irr hrairr aroaratr ««i*.» and 
pt*yhnu»r Pr.rr 11*100 414 000 

r*»h halanrr on i»rin». Pul! pa'- 
r.-'ilaia p!»atr roniact Mr J A 
41. Lallan 4-7144 da** 4-4171/'*- 
nirrs* Thi* 1* a ni.arrin 1 * llafint 
Diaiid invtaimmt Co Lid 


n»w bomn vith vuickrr poarraainn 
than vaitlna Iv ha«a your i>vn 
homr aiatl'd from Ihr bramnlna. 
N H A. honirr l'.»v undrr ronatruc- 
liou i'i niantord (lardrna aia 
• vailab.a lor puttraaicu in from 
on* vrrk lo ?'< monihr drprndait 
m. piraanl atagr of romlrtlttlon. 
Cali Doualar Havkr, for full infoi- 
maliunt at Harry Pualrr Li<l, l*l» 
Dn.jiia* Sirrrt Phrn» 5-1101 4 alt*r 
hour. !-**»* or 2-11*1) 


In Itirr d'ttri.l larrr ll«ll|» iw 
*Hh firrplarr two nrdtoom* » 
rabinn kil.hrn tllll'rv room a 
tool room Hol-vairr h»*. and *r 
a r a l » garair Uil «k by 111 
fl-'a»* i a. dm and lavn 47 M 
1-4347 


R r rifsTHiuirroR 


FIVE-ROOM IIOUSI PrAR R.M.E. 
I* 100 No acriti* l-l.'ar 


Call In nr vriir f«r mar ai-payr 
rataloaur tovrruii marlnr *i|nlp- 
mrnt and b'latinf «,pp>i>t 

100 -. PI III HO LAS 80 ATM 
Nov aa dlaplar. 14 rovlna 
dii'khlri. a. id 114 i».-’MAid 

hnait bull) by OIiumi Aiao >nr 
14 BELLBOY 'HARDTOP 9»<lan 
Crulit-a 

All fntf rylat br.a'i l)B»r co'O'a 
P-tmanmliv mouldfd in for r.taa 
of malnirnant*. Sr* thrm op dla- 

Bla* 

“Cnn»»nien' Trtmr A» • lab.a 
ANUUM MARINE BALER U 
»rT4\ ICE 

S22S Douglas Slraf 4 74 11 

A! L- WEATHER IHIIIKiE DETKkll 
riuiaer ' Porjui 3dt> Pcvcrrit KIDDIES It A V 4 KP 
viih a'*.e>|ip.'fr ft* malh 1 tu I 
raduCUOB. T'.llrl »ink. r». l-biirn.ru 
• 4 n » r , tprlntflH’d niallm » 
n n*h» Irrtn • wa'fr b'al rr- 
rh»mr' All m fliti-rlair rniidl- 
linn, Can ba «ont**'rd to mm- 
l*>rrt!«! hnat In 14 hour* «i (i 
four powrr-fl/lrro t irdiei a»d 
P-’ »•. at< . win . arc in unrig* 

ItDai lor o »*',ir# or profit Pf|»r 
44 Ida M# j. arrm*nt kbknv- kio ooo 
Will tak* •atfllrr h.u! a- part-pai g 
mr-TT* Or vlrv Van I » Al> ,i, • 

Ridnay , or pnuna oanrr. Anlnrr 
I74H 


INVITES IJP-ISLANO 
DBAL£H3mP9 

WRIT* 70 

SURFACING 

PRODUCTS 

111 PORT STREET 


2 ACRES — $3500 DOWN 
Lovely Bunqolow 

sit milra out an 14*41 locaiion for 
|iu*in( bulb* or raiamg rhlcbro 
ftva-rtx.m bungalna c.tnilat.'nc of 
Ifving room diniag room flirplacr. 
two otaronmi rirctrie 4H*n»n. lull 
baaamrm oroprriy imcrfl Rr- 
rludcd and aitrarntr Tatr* on'r 

I "' $i 3 , 5 oo 


!t)H»\| 4 -YE AW OLD ETUCCO 
Cujn* JuMira rtlatrtcl, 3-0114 


LINCVMV ROAD UPLANDS VCR X 


NEW 4 ‘. nnOAl A CKO ALOW 

at*, nit Pbrrr 1-J14I 


RICHMOND HOAD 
Su R tumr Plu»-PoU Prl.-e I* >00 
II jou a ant lo Inrnt Tl.MD ot 
mo:* a frrrnor prooriir VUH *n 
*) » 'jj tii* f.iiur* mcrratini land 
»< ur h»:» it your cpporrunltv 
prrrrntl* t»n*ni«d and in »p|*nd!d 
riran rnnditlnn in*l«tv and out 
Mnrtc'ft of SO *, vaiur narahla at 
ISO i»ff m mill Fntir 'nnmi dnvu. 
'fir* » np T**r« *>•? Pb .tir Vina 
!*• ! 0774 a-k ! if Mr FVrirat 

Tovn A Country Mum** I'd 


!* _ auaaaina 
* 0 uaVr fr*. 

d .Inubi# (i 


laud DOW V ' -—•■•4-. 

BUILT ON Y OCR J OT 
A bcaulllul NKA I HI aquara 
l,xr. hum*, imiudiag !*:*» Mini 
room, full dining roam Kifitiro 
viin noua. ihtf« lari* b*dreoSMi 
Ihrodan hall and r«inbr.ur bath 
tun Pull basrinm, v«*t»ra*llt otl 
hrai Lo* rr dnvn paymtut and 
prlca If oil diil tiqulrcd . Dnta- 
ku aarai* Pull prir* ill too. 

NORTHWEST HOMES Mr Clrart, j in* rvr. 4 - 75 UJ 

411 Vlrv 5*411 Y Y t'aur.du 1*1 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION J-DED- ESQUU 4 ALT ON VERY OOOO 
loym, full tia-tinrril buiiaalua *»- alrrrijnlr* nral 4 '» room* frnrrd 
trnrlvrly rvdMtira'nl Eight yrara (ardrn (arac* It IO- down A.l 
old Lltkna room ha* nrmlarr aud fa«t fnr thl* Pr'rr IS ISO Con- 
hard*. Kid lmort in nra ci.nult'on tart W.ltllani or Pvrrt Halir* a> 
Vcnrtian blind, on oifurr a n- S-IIIT nr rvr» l-KMS Nratirad 
d"v * Brikhi rabinn kHrhrn virrd Rralty Ltd 744 Pn-t Sir**) 


OUR 4ITM YEAR 


44. SOB MOVE IN SOW 


BOATS 


GREENHOUSES 
And 5 -Room Bunqolow 

Approaimauly u wo aqua-* frrt 
undrr gla.a Wllh ptnybr a! rttra 
■ ardm ipa r Aimoat nrv bun**- 
lav h'a'rd from iimhauii p.am 
Eawryinini flrat * «»• Taart and 
opnallon roata vary low A grauint 
mo*- v » uiakn Ovner j j r\ 
irtiring Prlc* J>IU,/UU 

Mr. Dav'.a K»-»,4-a*i« 

Hi Itandijl Evrt 1-aaal 


Monterey School 


ONLY $7600 
TRY YOUR DOWN, 
6 ROOMS 

CALL I IMVSAY ACT X AXDKR 
3-42M dr f SA40 

"LITTLE BEAUTY' 
OIL HEAT ! 
x 5 ROOMS - PLUS 


un» nias * ns bn 

I and 14 d-ngii.r* if. ko ... 444 so 
Dnubl*-»h'l*d pram* II) SO 

10’ flQrrglaa dinghy naor-o 

Prirronru.ign-iyp* ran"« M'lul.tr.t 
rtianogariy venarr A* nrv .p#. 
ctai o/fai . 1194 od 


A OOOD BUY 
'In an l ik bin r Propr-tf 
Km: Paniamrnt RuKdiiift and 

Bratr.n Wul Park nah f roonu and 

I Vo iialtirna-na r.t- a aril pi, It. 
apatl*4t rrindt'.ton Oto*i utromr, 

II 40'l yearly Cn*t id b* IntrcaKd 
P;.ce in-iudr* !-irr)|t.irr 

CiNLV »7.*»0 TKRMR 
On#-ha:f c**h balauc* mon'hly 
l M ROarVEAR A CO LID 
Ills Laiiiln St Phan* 4-4441 

MUAK7 BUHIhEAtl IIPTERS WUh- 
drrful LuiK.ru.n'l v vmch baa ulH- 
rr*ivri in firearm Inrallbn han- 
ollr* VT«t :rt. man) and tilrnni 
rJu.lf* Rem* bf Ihra* vra-knnvtr 
»h» ar* annum romorti'inn. 
SV. .. >f repaid* r uarinrr nr rub- 
*4*u' l*rriu>ry all ‘of Van.bu* 
if It. and Aet* m d'** 1iiv*«)- 

mrol noi l«aa than |j 000 Apurr 
Willi- tlraan and Piano Co 4 dU 
Court nr * 

OOOD rOUYlPY MROCKRY 
ator* and Ili»-ro>»m Ilyina quarter* 
for sa * or vt|| r-ad* lor rrtrnu* 
property, turnover *pt'ro*ima'.*ly 
tin con annually ■ Reatana for 
«*1l)nit Ub* . • Prt rr Ilk son pm* 
alork on Iran* Agiia*ant|at dta- 
raunt lor <a*h Bo* 1 145. Victoria 
P**-a 


KOI si.s FOR SALK 


MARINE 

STATION 

WITH FORESHORE 

PLUS 

GENERAL STORE AND 
POST OFFICE 

WIT H UVlNn QU 4 BTC 1 UI FOf 
Htl P PLUS 

OWNER S MODERN 
6 -ROOM BUNGALOW 
PRICE $ 38,500 


Suburban Gas Stofion 
Garoqe 

A turcetaful operator tail -ril Sail 
ail be buitna the lai.d bull-ill. a 
tno.t and Ilia many year* a-.'k vl>* 
opeiator hat tpent building a 
f»*dy monthly iixomr. There ar# 
mrrv IIP g, a vvrrnout* ih« .*rt. * 
ttatton and |*’ai*. ahd a new 
horn* not quit# flmahrd The II. .me 
It tary auttable lo tomp'.ate aa • 
dupirt The repair bualnett la 

good vlth farm roarhlnery r-'i*kl 
Term* at tran* for a hnuU "III t.e 
cui.t!da>*d Ynur enquiry a .<1 lit - 
vet'igation vil. u» appreda'ed 


Pli-.ri* 4-1 III 


roat i ike nkw 1J rr »hnkh< 
huilt. Inhnard S-h p Wlarnntin 
enainr Vlth rlutfh 3-ll <l*r» m 
Ix.v a 111 vlnu ar-ef.i 'teat* ait 
rnmptatt with culhitlfia. tarpaulin 
anrh<v |rVl’ f* man. la rnp*. Ilf* 
ttrr.ervrr tackle on* oar UicM arid 
oara buny 2S ft rhaln and temri.t 
vrighta Prrfeei ramdUmn Pn-*d 
at only *1MI Slav Ut «*e n a- 107 
Vi*w Roy ■ I Avr ar phun* after 7 
P m . 9-1*11 


Ship Chandlers 
(McQuode's) L»d 

n at Mr nut urn nf Ya'*t ' 
a Ltfeouor ,n f>»iy A miu« 


PAINT' PAINT' PAINT 


41 100 DOWN N II A , ONF Ml >N H 
nllf. Ian hedi.u.in* nak ll.ui - 
thronghr-iit Hatrn.enl yaiae* ran 


BOATS AT CANOE COVE ni.I.r air 

Ilildl'tSil • •< a iliarv »»v 5S »a"v*. tor I 

h II Dnlvnaai enunr tleeptng for jo» in ur 
at* toilet, rnreplet* «*n»v Rnek- c-ipper Pa n 
■ at aluv* dinghy and lull Invert* H 
Imr IT MO or offer in Turner f.j, 
rllnker -built rabin la.ioth. )-h U 
E**lh«p* enfinr. 41. MO 
CANOE COVE SHIPS' AHDB LTD 
Sidney Phone 4SI 


A Onc-Sfop Shoppmq 

Centre 

ISLAND MARINE 


srrUArrn on ntr HHoitr or a 

HUMMKit RSAiiRT LAKE 

Oenerai *i .rr and on'ri ttunrr r 
*1 It living q lar'ert and th-f* 
ren'ala and auffteleni land '0 build 
rahin* An oppbt 'unity, #• oar ar 


GEORGE RANDALL LTD HAGAR & SWAYNE 
U 44 Deuglaa Btraai 4 -ltM LIMITED 


OV Ell HAUL TIME 
Hava your outboard nr ai 


$9650 


SUPPLIERS LTD 


E9QV7MA1 T mrinAl.OW (f All - 

4*iD Near-nrv. □.aurrn tiuvro 
a>lfl(iiik fnvr room i an.l i>ath- 
rtiom erviranre nail, automatir n**i. 
fuepl*>e, april for eier'iu- ran**, 
garage ragqdty Iut Vene' an 
bUii-it. numrioua tper.ai built-in 
featute* nit* garden immediate 


PHONE 1-1*44 


p--|t>rm*r.i # inroughuu' tha >e* 


denre 1-4041 - 

FAMILY HOME OR REVENUE IN NcW - New - New 
• I»'d rrtldrntlal are* Eight tuum* t -~,r\r\r. rtn, 
and rur.room Uutur flcor be S2000 DOWN 
rented ai **lt-fw«a»n4d auite Uou- TLJDrL . n r rujA/Nwc 
me vinmbin* lull o***inrnt Term. I HKLE BIDROOMS 

On a h-gh -fail. in thl* .n-ronm 
hunvain* nfftli rnmf.trtabir living. 
Thrnugh hall i>l»n ttpai uua h.ing 
r.>nm and dining r.-i.m IIARfi- 
WonD f LOOM 3 THItoUUHOlT. 

V*»r tmari i •••in*' kiuhrn with 
Mi'll' * tpa. * Full balh'.H'm Hurt 
ba-*m*n> a 'h aatai* 4)11. MiAT- 
1NU Uaiama at »J7 per month 
M..te in Huiay c , . . Ar . 


Member Vcio. a Rral Kdal* Bnard 


inn ahtau Ctimalelr uyrrl.a I a 
.»« at 114 00 Complete mapfll 
•hop eqt- loped for thaftlng prop* 
er repit«-hlp* 

VlrTOrilA MARINE V'ORRA 

•47 oou |4i 1-Mla night 1-144 


pic llo'i *i '1«* Doug tt Hi . 11117 
or l-oa-A nighii or kunoat* 


HAGAR'S 


SI A WORTH AG K LOANS 


OAK. HAY 
FlttlfT BOtTER 

O*.*! t da lu.e aui * rnntlaia nf 
la.:* living i .turn dining runm fcti 
rf>* . lag n*drnr»mt. powder r.tmn 
barnmnni tandaraped ground* 
Automatic hen' run pri # 114.4011 
cal' I, J Colli*, *-«124 *»*• 

7-4140 Print.eMi.n. Hr>ln»*t Lio . 
inn? novel nmeot. 


APARTMENT 

BUILDING 

FORT STREET 


PUNDH ON HAND AND IMMEDI- 
ATELY AVAlLAftLK FOR 
Mi HfTvl AUB LOANS 
large and «mall amoum -., .aw in 
t#re-t. quick dermunt. repaymen't 
lo ault ir**nn*hle charget, mort- 
gage and acremeoie ,iun:ht*rd 
P R HROW’N At SONS I IMITED 
"Serting Virinrla far nv*r A0 ygera" 
III] Rruad fltrv* t Phnl.e 4-7171 


HERE d A BAflO AT.N 
4* Sfld buy. Milt 2 ear-old 4 -mum 
•' i v bungalow, a.'h „ n a. .» of 
land elrcady aubdlv|d*d In'n 2 In! . 
N" u a ted in a nit* dlklrlct On 


Member Mulliif!* Ltmng- Bureau 


EO BOAT CEDAR YBUOW 
cedar uak rib* rough aprur# ark. 
ea'ra-lotig panel* uf marine pt»- 
w*'id C.tnnleta malarial* fur 11- 
fwot 1 10 -lb* Moppet outiKtam 
bn.,- it* SO Itui Mere Haah .' Door 
I.'d ltd Oarballv Road 3-1171 


balance a-'anged Hn-eveir C" , 

III* Lant'ft si a-btiai IDEAL FOR OLDER COUPI K SPA- 

fi'.u* three-r.Kim puncalu*. living 
a ;JOt.iD BUNt . ALdjW' BUY IN a 40. .m aitlt tirep'arr tvin-'lr* ti- •* - 
nn oli*a-t>-ode' n A - room aiurro roo.o, toui-piere balh cabift'l all- 
vungaluV UII u-du.i pa-kaged rhett Clr.u'l .ante Attathed gar- 
• 4 n 1 1 healing *v*l».« i.t a' room- a** \S I ttad* lor larger h.«4>r or 
Oak Hour* i .apib.* Fnuaioli **H »* 'id FLU Albina l-TUt 

'\:\x »- * • •» « v . m«oRA T m 

.. i,.,in ... r..ti ,■ nmv h'u-* thtee uit». chltkent Iruli. 
kasS* n. ' u - di.ni a.l ra-n »"«r mi:e rit« » bu- -tup ritra 

I... etear Co. III! UI..-E — 

<)« n»r a lata 

OAK IIAV •FMI-'vEW STUCCO 


NEW 7 -SUITE 
APARTMENT BLOCK 
50 Yords from Beacon 
Hill Park 


EXCLUSIVE 
4 -room cult 
4 • eenhuuar 


Hrven gull*' ''nee *»!*grt. Dr O- 
Ma'i« nnt-aa'#r hcattT.g, hard»->od 
Uncn Ihroughnur Cn.'eller.l lo«a- 
imn and in A-t romiriori V.iri- 
gtea apprunmaieiy 13* vKX a i'« . . 
Tina la quite a new, a.ira'UVe 
propel' • and h-ghiy leromniendeil 

men*, $59,000 

p!e*«e in tor Mr H A Humorr. 


tl >nn down »’ vf* 

WeU-Ln.a'rd Bore Huildlng 
Spa.iou' ttor* w|tti three-room Itv- 
tn« quarter* m * good lot In a 
troain* dlalrlr' Large volume of 
traffic pa t'M on a main road Full 
price »* '4)« 11 *...* crnlact w f 

Wa-hlnaton * 714* days I-14S4 
evenlngi lalanl Invvatmvru Co 
ltd 


Il-rr PtYWOOD BOAT WITII 7S 
Reipnirle IV th new la«t Aug • 
Motor liav run l»i* '.hen HI ho .r« 
A real bvtv at I1TS Phone 4-»J4d 
after 10 a m Sunday 

REDAN -CRUISER 24tl « KfH 
rnaih It lip marine engine Rendu 
runt rule. Iniur»d for 4* MW A>k- 
lr>* 44 Tt f'hune 7-41M. bOUl 
nnnn flood** o- 4 «*?l 

14 -FOOT CABIN BOAT |-H P 
tlnliaraal engine with riu'.rh go-id 
tunning nrd*r r>ewtna>4lv prired 
T 14 Bhaiuck DAI Sth Brea, 
BKkoey. 


WE HAVE COMPANY AND PRI- 
*»»• I .Hue lir mt.ruaat at loweat 
rat** available Ami aull eonaidrr 
Plirehgae ot (03d I if *1 and promt 
m-jrtaagr* *t rirren* ditronnt 
ta'ei Appl.ratltina will irrel.a 
prompt a'lentiur. Hriilrrniaii a* 
Co 1131 Blanehanf. 


9 7. moot elurrit rp''age Clotq 
lU"*b!# for- a ueniiorier 
LLOYD (S H i AL- 4 KTA 7 C 
•- INAf'RANfr 
Phun* a ini o- i-jisj 


REAL ESTATE 
SALESMEN 


In 'own and Parliament n.iHdlftg* 
Will mow net Jo on rap|tal 
vrttmrnt PLUS annual principal 
reaavmetu nf 41 lid ml mor'ea** 
Carrying a gib. MO mort- 

PtU-L PRICE $59,500 

Pie* * rail lnh.» IfliC'i’in*. 
Evening* 7-2li»n for l.trlhef 
pa.'lrulara or appntmmect to 
view 


H A HUMBER LTD 

1310 Broad Si re* 4 J-k 


APPI.IC A PlONfl POR I.AROk OR 
•mall mur'gagei appret latru Wa 
•prrlal'.ac in rrfir.anc.tif al.o p u y- 
cha.tbg m-ir: *««*» and aftrrmrnu. 
Dun Smith nr John Illtir Nortn- 
wetirrn Berjrlt.ea nf Viunila Ltd. 
411 Yat-. H reet 4 klit 

Wd HAVE MONEY AVAILABLE 

fit large nr ama.i building l»«n\ 
bitin b'linea or rnmmerrlal prop- 
*'ii*' Pr-nnpi aervi * r .ntaet W 
fl Kirkpa'rl- k. Pmanrial fl .rvey 
Limit'd Ult Oovrrnuienl Street, 
t- vim 


W* ran r"rr i.nln »» aitiamagea tfl 
inning • r aelret. .nrigrnial iiott 
Th.- an •• .let an. ling r>i.;.«iriun" T 
1* *'*. .me *-a«wla«rd wUlt a ertm- 
liant at", h w|f| egtaq.l you t h* 
liiil.ai ir.i-operaliun *4 id help m 
ipe.ieate ,a,ir nroen' Onlr appll- 
rantv nr t|>e hlghevl Integrity will 
b* minder*.) Dr up .41 an.l talk 14 
»vr with l.indeav Al.teii.l'r 


4 J.VM 1 down »»iid 
Wftl-Loraled pvore BolWlpg 
flpar olit t’orv Wl'tl 1-rnnm 111 "Ik 
quarlerr on a «r»»d tor in a grew- 
In rtiatrlr* large volume at Irvllir 
p«» e. on a main luar! P '111 pri>e 
f . (|.-n pt*4«* ritltrarl W T Wa-t-- 

Inoiiin a-7144 rlar* 1-1114 r enlngt. 
Itland Inve.lrpeot Cn I'd 

APARTMENT ROOMIKO HOUSE 
pear Parliament Building- A 
Coni h-.mr to Hye in and a i n* 
income rq iitt an Well-buili build- 
ing. vi c7ntliTlun m and « " 
lla-emml automat)' no v< '*• 
h»ai Only 41 J $00 taih Roaevrar 
Ctr . Ill' Moglei 8 4 toil 

PTYE-gUtTK APARTMENT BENT 
rental dlatrld nevrnu* 1430 per 
.month- Will take gnret houae part 

1 r arte pqll prlre 111 000 Phnn# 

Waller Amov 3 . Mil *V*> 4-44M 

NOR7HWEBT IIHkfES 
• 17 DtUKlas 


nr. atj'ir lot 
»)W» to SMS 

iminDiaatipn 

■ deviant to 
•dr. mm plana 

ranrh- vtv.a 
»f wltli-b are 

■ and ran he 
rompleir ln- 
• 1*1 tall l« 
icHua* agrr.t, 

1 * 1 1 D..U4 

-Hftl i#»ier 
Jbl. Ftii r 
B rfCIAI.IF.- 
ININtl AND 
CUN8TRUC- 


CITY WATERFRONT 
$ > 5,000 Down — $ 45,000 
7 -Suite Apartment 


NX ROOMS FOUR mrDROOMM. 
two up kvqu.mali Large , aolnet 
ai'-hen lull ba-en.en) furna.e 
•if 'd fur it i* |« • <« Enr in < 1 . 

1 a:i 4-1TY* after i pm vrtkdasi 
■ M <1if 8u»d*' 

nod do w n roun-iioovi UuMX 
Full beaemeri' turn*, r 4 -itlr a 
ba'h Kiev lb: ltanil. In .t.ire-, 

"b* Hr Pm If |»r.e II 4VI Mm an* 
I*m Realty Call J.,» Undal 4-l4k7» 
pi 1*111 Hung on thl* 


9- FOOT V - BOTTOM PU'*T FOR 
nmtora lr» III hoMepa.w'r. ceotr 
blanked mr M'r glia ue ■ < 
amp* aatl*. *oo<i eooditmn Pnnne 
i-mi 


"AI KIMI DIUMJICV TO TOWN 
.vhi mania living inoin. fireplarr; 
ir.i (wniarr l.i'ae (lining r.inrn, 
n.r.e-i In .1 Mr.linnin* nathrrmni 
li .ii.ar Ail iwiim lurnplrtelv tar- 
• • ftill hgatsigol, tuii*. hut ».r 
.••ling 1.4 II* d iirleaeil O' ld»)l 
mi" 1 1 noiiK Pit** 1 minced fn* 

- - , t ; «>' » I 1 . in. 

I'au Hv-and of FinandoJ Survey 
rt a up. . rev , k Ir.ai 


HAGAR & SWAYNE 
LIMITED 

414 V4 »• H*ren 4 Ail) 

blrmurr Victoria Baal Ratal* Rnard 


WANTED TO RENT FOR ONE 
week at beginning of A.uu.t ma- 
Inrlmat apprpglmatrly 14 feel 
1-494] 


hii'.fv J-taaa or 3- 
YFARS KXFIRltSCI 
INfl IN THE Pl.Af 
RHINO OF N II A 
710*4 


McCANDLCSS REALTY 


ATTENTION FIRST HORIUt. 
at oalv irui))aet iq ip, 

linn and appr'.rati An* am* 
rr- lan-lal n- romn.arMai r-,r 
• ttima r wliqogi ak|||itliui .a: 

1. Hargrave Rev] Eitk'v., 

Broad P.irvne t-»*J' 


FirE-CO N ST R II C TE D BOAT 
trailer handle IN-f> on*' firar- 
•laia eaandlllko 1100 or near offer 
Ml. rntah!* Hill 

HEAVY DUTY AEDAN -CRUIHEH. 
)a' int )•-*- ar»: amall Orar rn 
gin** With or w iUioui ho..- 
BSlS'-w Pbnne I-43J* Until QbOfl 
R'lndav or 4 4421 


mr family uui nn 
HUNTER 
Here * your thwn.t in 
old reaidenre a.tn fnu 
plu* a i*o-nrm aul'e 
•• arli av large I'vim 
fllp'ng f-ioir. roomy a 
baihiuom Yvi baa* 
fullaare mi] a'.ngrr 
glinted garde n Erie* I 


nmAfiE living room, kit 




rw**- »••»<«• 


MODERN DUPLEX 


bath Clot* In off Conk 
• I 500 down aubatan'ial 
Inr taah I'fuvtte * 7 Li* 

SIX- YEAR-OLD BID! No 
low l«a bedraxim- dine- 
room, 1 ardw '.'d flooi- r 


IP YOU ARE CONSIDER! NO OB- 
tvinlr.g a mor’gage pr a t«h |o d t- 
P •>»* al a m.rtgj.e nr agreernenl, 
w* tnvi'e you* inquiry prompt 
■Bprat.-ala. rurren* tn»#re*! 

laMBKHION HVlLMEJS LTD 
1 KOI Hover n men l 8 4-*! 14 


"M fonnu *•* *l.- tlrite - ji . 4*1*4*. 
"•seme." TV.i»l Inri-me * glib 

$19,950 

HIGH LOCATION 

WITH VIEWS firm 'i Ihrrr M- 
i> binvaiov ..ill M Hying 
rrwn. *|a. .rlr kHrhrn haarmei.t 

1 nm e 007 c 

HIM hand rt r, . * iW/J 

GONZALES. $3450 

DOW \ M-«|*rn 4 . rt-. in ruing*. 

!*'• trf.a •►!•.. k from (-altuni near 
n-. . r a i.i-i Ai* Full ii4'ritiri-<l, 

• •'•*• Two beU'irUina llvlngtnnnt 

• . : • : “ $9450 

0 UADRA WAY $2300 

IX.WV PTJI4 nir BENT BUY flN 
I HE MARKET TODAY F.ye room*. 

II’- yea » ulrl _l. lying inmn, 
illlilhg ro-..n >*.« large herlronma, 

her.rt* rli- k * i lie., full h.gn 

• *tr»e. -I hateineni with d'i*r in 
*•'»** Mb'-atr piped f.irnar* 
V* < f'ne garden newly p<an'*d 
f'ui • nf all t » pr • and REAM . 


Trouble Free Investment 

Relnforcrd ronr-rrie buuinj. wril 
rented id long-term tenant.. h*:i I- 
anm# p-rueriv and »oun4» raturn. 
Itiiie mamienarue nn aupgrYiatun 
o- aervlcea Faft Bt *o, qaa 


Weil ten rd i I D,UUU 

BUSINESS BLOCK ol fa ir .tor*. 

i 28,ooQ 

F I VE-5UTT E APART MEM BUILD- 

roven,f lr ' ,,rn, $27,000 

SEVEN 1UITB APART MFKT In lh« 

$37,500 

BIX SUina, Oll-OMa'lt hm- 

$ 21,000 

NINE MODERN SUITE.* wal» 


XT-FOCT MONK DESIGN CABIN 
erul'ar. modern II knu'a d'-.ubi# 
plank and oppgr rl**ir<t »• bud 
Ht'O'-d C Crov». K'e' r.g I8S-7 


WE HlfV AND SELL FIRST MORT 
■ •yea and agieemrn t fnr * 1 * I 


»l anO DOWN PAYMENT BAI - 
*".• V l »0 ra-y (erm» mo-irro 
livr 'lyiiri bunialow, no garage nr 
t-*'"i.aiil thrve •.**•• it|.i agin 
maiir heat Mail inuuulra in 
fmi 1174 Vlglnr.a pmt 

DOWN II 104 DOWN 
IV0 per man in on Ira. an e Oldr»- 
i) j» in if -room ' iii if > i • Fmi 
ItAV’inen' Haiiltain - Sh'IbniM.r 

a-ea 4.1 Ifld f Klfuid »••• 4-94)44 
Kin* Realty J-Illl 

t.AKF HIL1 MODENN STUCCO 
hut, gal. iw fly. ruuma and uulif* 
Oll-U-Ma'lr hn* -wa'fr l.ea' lu- 
ll living and mn.ng *,*« A'"« 


CHRV8LF.lt MARINE DEALCIIS 
Mercury Outbnarrla 
ORR MARINE DISTRIBUTORS 
lid Klngvton Blrart I 5*11 


MU Y tkUSNI HOME U« 
hurt. a |*iai vitilltr y Fight 
ftkUlik tuaitni t»j l-pttLC 
ll i.n n'.e lave! hot. a a er 

barrmeni i kitchen, idin 

If rletti.i range duUlrl* 

! *• re* »f lawn* and arth- 
Bird i-n paved hlgi.vai. 14 
I'h »I Vltivrt# wiHi mai- 
ne* o' Ureniwnnit Bay. 
47V e.enina* Dot 1141. 


.d i Real l. ate and Intur- 
nrenr, kin Ynurtiiey Btieeu 
4 1411 O' 1 21)1 


n DE LUXE. SPA 
if. bum liutifalua Dll'll- 
at full lined haarmei.t, 
garair r in I nr a , . 
lovulatetl hungaiow Beau. 
fltlb.i and latigfull, ue< • 
Duel* living robbl, H‘ 
iliuie' kit. hen ha- -rikaf' 
g are* taigt hedroam'* 
ana lompart- h'*m* »i ti 


CUVKCR BOAT, 
outboard <*r tralle 
Oo fithlng anvwliri 
• ith mu outfit 2-74 


? MAY WE ASK YOU ? 


EXCHANGK ft I . A I 
KMTATK 


LAROI HOUSE, 7 ROOMS TWO 
harhroom*. a nd iranlrntmi dia'rlct, 
410 100 sell ar trade bungalow air 
rural proper-* uf yam* nr near 
va ne fl, * 101] Vlelnr a P.ev. 


OPPCRTUNTTY PLUB 
4i«0 DOWN BALANCE EASY 

term-, hill* nkddfrn full- 'ivipp'd 
rift ea atiup in heart nf rity vhnp* 
pine div'-irt V-> i muki *•• thl,« 'o 

apple. Ida lora'ldu and Value 
f>wner -e'lrint from boaloeat Hn» 
gi» victoria Pre«« 

OBOCERY CQ«rrrTIC'SfB¥ Liv- 
ing quarteri Ideal lor couple 
41 Vf(l attack evalua-lnn nn raay 
term* Turnover approtimafalv 
47 mm ran be greatly lncree>ed 
Will learn I've hii«ln*'» No ageniv 
fine 1104 Victoria P-e«« i 

OPOCKRY - CON-FTfCnONEKV 
1 1 bilO tmaftie- w.m living qtig« 
e-4 Can be handled ai>n 11790 
c*4li f i(4i , 'n | pyration well e.i-o 
lnh»d 1-JI'Ii JUO»» At Bro!'. ]J] 
Yarrow Biilldlna 

DOWNTOWN rDMMFRrlAL PROE- 

• r r •! ra'ralr ally lora'erl 4uvl)0 
Offer* nitineroua pnatiblit'iea Fived 
layeriue *' present IkltOMI Fur 
.her Infotmailnn from Mr K ng 
eve« 1 nnni Km( Healiv } 2111 

RECENT ARRIVAL IN VICTORIA 

• -her to buv bUklnea* preferably 
a h'd* - al* ai manufartui -ng Prt - 
VHWI'1* owned hutinei* tn E*»t*rn 
Canada Rn: |d|i] Vb-loit* Pi"* 


LS^UIMALT FOUI4 ROOMS 


A. BERNARD 


rXCIfAMTE CITY lor IN N A - 
nailtia with »«m» ra'tr fnr down 
pavmen’ on hou»r In Vlctutta Bo* 
idd* Victoria Ptv»* 

CONSIDER new oh Late muDM 

- nr •eveial gnnd ln*a av pail 
down pavivirnv imv new hnme lo 
in V..0 Si* 115b Vliinri* I'r--* 


A CO. LTD 

*** PORT STREET 
t toll 7 )7*4 


nOKMk-NUHNfllD* 

Fair. room winot bunga.i.w wf 
•i e m - h- "n* n • ratlin*, al’rhen 
ei* trt- not wate* a'la-net garage 
la.g* lot P< I' a 17*50 II M>9 taah 


PEMBERTON. HOLMES 
LTD 


Mt per mnt.lfl S8750 

HANDY MAN SPECIAL 

lirwvo down fnt five room* ihrea 
be ■! > »eirn • nn l.aiemen' Need* a 


P. R. BROWN 


WILL TRADE EQUITY 1*1 OOOD 
revenue priper’y fnr tri.a'l hnme 
nm run rinr* >n Owner Nn airh'i 
llnv IfllS Vie' nr,* Piet* 


JUST WANT TO BROWSE — 1 * 
• rut |u Oianfnr.l Oarnet.a and 
*' II A. hbmev (wing built that 
n# null' jni a here an ;n«i lot 
inw N II A tenni flr.rrt* >.l the 
>e« under conairiiy ' inn ar* f»r 
ton II vnu a. a Interaced la 
tina lhat wa* Further informa- 
i Iron. Dni.ala* Hawke* rwi- 
•u" ag*7i'. at liar r ruateC 

, r.nor . *-]iqi anytime 


CLrrirr DrnpkraTE 
g-Rm.m eemi-hungiloa )■ 
fil'd 'Dor. good Itwatlon 
ba,7»e Briyg v*wr-*T»f*r \k* 
bUy'nei' Phong (.' Slretrh 
J-4274 Pemirertr.n, 
L’d , 104] Oavernriteni Si 

IMMtrjIATE POnSFSSlOK 

veralry dlatrlef l-i*WK.j!d 

• 1 rent” . CO.# reluct (ui 
l *iet. *BrDt -ln garaa*.. Janr' 1 
heiv***' /eve'#-. alue^i Ami 
Pull pftre Ik ;00 P)..lt* ? ui) 


* «V.Mf LTD EST l»«« 
till Ikraad S' r ea* Ptxvne 4 7171 
Member Mul'ipl* Lt>'mg B. rrau 


$3200 

GENTLE MAN'S HOME 


WAN TFD — CLIENTS WITTI LARGE 
nr 'mail anovt innnar lo |n>e*g 
In firat morigagei #• *-, and !•'» 
lOPr'Y Good monthly paymen'). 
Inqu'rlei anpreciaied D"n Sml'V* 
or 'dhn III*!' Nor'liw* *rn sa- 
eurlMei of Virtorla I 14 all Yauj 
Stieat 4 4051 


STAB MOTOR UNIT. fYlktPLfTY 
grind ronnlng or ‘rr r#n be ••*!> 
running Pint 1100 c* h ritoue 

• 1074 I '921 

POR SAIF 31-POOT CABIN 
rruiaer nimuletely equlpi-eil *1.1 
brkld new Vl*« a' 41(1 Culd i!h*l 
Rnart Phrn* inner 3 H04 

IJ-PODT PL V WOOD Hi VAT MADE 
will) *a marine plywood one v* tr 
n'd 4110. nr will Dane fnr good 
t*h!a aaw J 4447 

14-rr OPTK LAUNCH, 5- M r 
flrigga-fliraiion, newly pa>neii 

• 109 MM! 


F», Ran** l)*pa» m'f> 
* > t Bum C-»-" ‘ a . 

. r lla.il e i I . | 

.in vet r. ana'.'nn 


PRIVATE HOTEL 

EXCLUSIVE 


In no ya-an ie* irroa • i.-n, 
rriuinv 17 runma *■•* iwn 
r-ompln'el* and (aa'afu)iv 
ahert fieqi muni* dinifig 
five haihrnnmi lolly 
.D*'t klienen Oll-O v»« ir rvw- • 

- he* Selling aa going . on 
• very poitthla irem of f iga n • - 
and ei'i'Bmani e A -n non 


11 >o fKiwr* 

tea (1 today Fo.i' rooo.* kairme.,1 
trak lion" flandy ina'lun, Onl 
*4(50 Ivan f'*''|r« Vruinanii.i 
Merainllaa Lid *-*174* ir. t *04 I 

SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX CONver 
■ Jabfl He- Nn kirrmer. 

11 O'M d'i*n. f.» ! Mr* Met anrtiavt rn annined Itkki 

n." avl w * ‘V ' Mrcanore., 010 BltOUUII I ON ET REET l-ltll 


SWINERTON'S 


OAK UAY PI VF ROOM HOME 
full- vie » .long and otnlng rnoni 
i » n iwlti lire hydrrwmt, fegiiirnti 
ha.h'Mini I’tranii, ngil • a • r a 


fnr home 
o 14 000 

u-lal bur 
• »- 14*1 


of alandf'e limner ann'n ill u> it 
ricrla Al " luga felled nr hu- *e1 
nr an'd-dei ka.l *■• ehn't <i> lung 
I -»• dell'ered lo uuf mill New*. .4 
f'lik leO or »»*7 f ir Inf 'i.na .era 
lea.Rag 10 purrhatg of llmlt'r ar 
log t 

ATOM tnvSFR ro I TO 

JI1 tnun rm Si»#-i vv 'vi 


CITY COFFTP 8H 
fond Heady boalne" af 
r.naetl SundiV' atlrar 
quarter* tj eon or I 
Term. J-4»*I, 


■WJ I.ISTINCeS CANCKU.KO 


SOLD DY HOLtlCX KEALIY LTD 
574 lllllelde Art flit • 'h ba 
lor quick * qor, i-7»i4 l-07:T 

1 370 VIST A HElrtllTS SOLO RT 
Ken 8'iirgeot Town Ik C«un'ry 
Nome* Lid Phon# 2-7774 O' 1 UN. 


POR SALE EVIffRUDB OIH 
bnaid mmor. I n p . In flr't-rliaa 
ah ape. a Mi 3 


•try III 'fl)'n'- *r.om a 

• rd 'ilia' a loma'tr oil hn*' 
nrat Lovely ga-d*n grivo- 
• in 7 bn uwrtbr. 2 **«? 

SALE UY OWNER P1VE- 
aturro uunaalow, 14 4M In 
rekldenllal are* l.fving rru.m 
f nep'are and harcwuwl Hiwl 


rout pat roAD-tn »no termn 
▼ mi may build I* ' for 'hit prir* 
bur nor in lfll« Ib'l'lnn nor »l'h 
Itwr-t and grmindi ne*>|e laid on' 
rln # iv Fairfie’d Rrwd Ihl* *poi 
lew r a o .'.•<) r.**'n him* ha* a 

ground a, al am -an. a bu' high, 
full liaiemen* wllh addlllcnal fire- 
p!#r# and 'pare avaiiahl' for Turn- 
out or TV room GILO-Mklle h*a- 
-Vi A I.ISTIM.S W ANTH) many ai •*• Tvlv I* a pira-ure 

•n tllOw an-1 * pea. Ufa lo " l IE 
4 l.t, F°" c-m’4" Oeorge Irviup 

tell 7-1I9I dav 1 1*47 ••** end* 

nor MANNY EUBTkft I TD 


ORocrnv. cov peicdonyhy and 

nl(»a b*». ca'h and rarrv »uh 
II- • « arcoNimoda' mn •**•• ynnd 
i. . ion Two ran uo»ii'» Bet 
1 rwi | Vlr'At'a P'«m 


ig-FT CARVEL -StyA T OAK RIM 
radar planked. J'»-hu Onan mo- 
tor »7A(1 ea«li Pin.* 141 I 

BOAT. II' CUNKCH 1 »7 P TWIN 
Evinrude moior Roih •• nr* |;*» 

>-•4)1 

14-ET CRUISER SIJEkrs FtH’S 

A real 7>«al but need* wnik t? i' 1 ' 

>477* 

fTVR SALK REASONANl.g 14- FT A 

Clmker -hull) dlnghe copper rl'a •<! , l 

Phon* a-)Oga nil 

17-FOOT TROLL EN. COMflFT* * 
with gurdle* Reatontb'e prlre 

1 »“* 

TV! T INBOARD MOTOR HIM «l 

men rooldi bolh tf-v aeon al.ap* F 

J- 417b 7 


Moofreal Trust Com pony 

III! Onvetumeni Siren 


NOTICE AGENT* *)'] HUTLEDnE 
•old n*va» K Teider 

please ftcrrf m» quadra bt 


Rl SINK.VS 

Ori’OKTIMTIf'X 


NICK PBOPtT PIUS 1 fVIHO 
Rakery W 'lk ttrluelY* 111* 1 i»< 

. r«"'* 4hnp Complete. v equipped 
4174A Phnne ownar 7-t#4' 

POBVLAR MOTEL PIN KINO I7F 
- fit ' • tlerf rOO' |rve| : Ion Cicti- 
le-il- return' G S Sl'ke afenl. 
L'-nrirt'#' S'* 


nr. YOUR OWN Rose*' Be hapn l? 
independent by taking afun ai' 
or thla wonderful npooriun'iy m 
own a fina rental Properly hayli g 
two large, lull* teif contained, twn- 
be.’rovm ad|iev and under Ihe aarna 
roof a ennvp.e'ely new and allrbr- 
• ivelv deilfned commeroia* prem- 


OPEN J-» SUNDAY 1430 REJiFEitN 
S* r eel Large living room !.'* 
|R- I pi*" Ibenwgh hall 'wo bedroom* 
tl „, !*•*• kll*h»T> wired ele.-irle fatal 

eemeni VM'kW' I With furntr* 
a'u"r» hn.«* 12 590 down 

•n NHA II.M4 DOWN IMRF.K 
bedroom* Oil-O-Ma'ia heat, fill 
r*4 b*i#m-nt- brand nea Pu.t p»i . , 
It) >Ml C Cllwrd 4 0444 Kir < 
Realty 3-71 1 ) 

PRIVATE SAIE NICE IDOOU 

•>4Krq hurigalnw roca aarden* high 
loratlon near water 'aiervntr 
U >44 ne hear offer. |2 400 down 
7-Jlll* owner 

NINE - UOCrM NOMF gasify 
ron. erred near Cen"ai Junior 
M.gh *4 194 Sot 1149 Victoria 
Nrrt' — T 


CLIEN7N WAIT1NO PvjR 
type* of pr.ipert y We ran 
t uur prooer ? II •• have 
haling and lh* prti • . • fair 
or *»• (he Yn'kafi-ra trrr an 


OAK BAY 
WILLOWS AREA 

R FflTEVAN AND SI^CN 
DRIVE — Widow r-ffert flve-r>etm 
bu’igmi'. w w|t|i fall hsaement and 
•■parale garage no attractive land. 
• ' aped atrden ml dove to ffrrt 
and fi-jget Tate* g ) i orn 
Of T 4 1 ss A -king i I I ,ZJ U 

Mr Dob ana 3-ligij Mf7| 


onocery -ron* vv f i 11 DOOIl 

.vine tptf'Bien* thriving ’n. 
m rnr ' Ine* "or* and barrel. 
l'«nsn Bn 4.41 vi*t it !• Pi*** 


• mtara Now being 

*uece^4fui.» opeiki'd 4> • coffee- 
bar. '** room and novelty ihop 
Of. *hv full derail* hv rai-ing A A 
Cheuvln >Tro*i Offieer. * 7-MU 
"i evSniflga- 4^«31 Don I ml** tbia 
rharvra w ih a low d'wn-paymenl 
treep' ablgf 


mmi 


CASH CLIENT WAAfS FOUR . ON 
(Itr-rOom q.iKgaluw «e-..v bate 


Exert 


rAjnnr.uj a nedrooms 
H r-a 4- the tu**l family l.oma 
L*:g* llvfrg room wl'h oaF floor* 
and fireplarr Den with ftrepla«a 
Dir'ng room raninet lli'itrri !■• 
a-jinma'!- ho' water lull h*»*m*n». 
rnal tioyer TTvif home !• Hv very 
good -ondltiftn Pufl pen# a* wn 

Cali S flya-en 4 IIJ4 eve, 4 7011. 

pemberuwv Holme* L'd . 4-1174. 

1997 Oov*n»rarm Si 


SUBURBAN fltTTBE 

A‘-ri MMOEIfv HOMR 


CNUisrn - thollih lofri' 
ri«h*rn>ena Ilnait Erie birm .‘nr 

fla e'hng 

•Il-rr PLYWOOD PtflRECll ASJ4 
luhr-ard 3-h, III tgi-bil atton 
fl40 Phq/ie J-M71 

14-POOT PLYWvXJU BOAT VERY 
a»*wnrJh* b*vt of ma’euaii ti n 
or withnut trailer J :t]4 


OWNER WILL TAKf MODERN 
I «n.vie i* par! pavmant nn rla-e-tn 
a,r«rlm*l»' build Uki Bn* l!M. 

VK Or a P'evi 


$200 REVENUE 
Plus Owner's Suite 
$4000 DOWN 


WAN net) URGENTLY flirty ny 
•Ida duple) ml heated falfUaid 

o' Oai Bav Cavh ro inofkr) PT.nne 
M- Wright I . a 1 1 7 net : .aa* 

Learh ,b SpartJ. IMi Slaoabard 




rr>on< fq» 


OAK BAY — $9500 


WE WANT SOUND BUSIN fUf'E N 
anywhere nn the Diane! Buyer* 
waiting 1-1733. Jon** A Sco t. 1)3 
Y'rroS Nidg / 


P 1 *# large rwi*u iwin-alee bed- 
ror-iei* living room j tw 1 4 Drive-, n 
F-ite* room in fekv*mawt., 
well finuheo Inaulateq Coppar bat 
baier vaok^X^asr Ulla 


I 4NOFOSD- TOWN T9 VflMTT* 
•ee me day -O' nigh' fm gletm 
i"9. whit# a-U'ro lemi-bungaiow 
ibSeii'y planer *r.i roved r*l- 
Inf v I’lift' ig oak floor* »-p *•* 
Pembroke ba'h MJ*-t klienen tuft 
Sa e* rvb • w"*d TO* ring* 
eleetrir hm w* #• *..d pip * ajkolAlt 


be:: jinni large 
r.»nm with ap.il fi 
faun downj.gSp^ ' 
ment w.'h hoi a 

ied- i 


la PT CLINKER flUlt T 3 If F 
WD'on-ln With clutch, five year* 
old Can ba teen at Cr**d' Ijm lit 

II PT CURK^R HDAT urru 
e.anin marine fhgtfle ahd 

t'aval troll propeller in tnp thape 


POP. PAf-E BY,f»WN»R AND IM 
media'# potaaaalon Ideal lor tr 
tl-em rn-jpi* *iew a .-'-iom *1)114 
• ■dir.g bur-.fijow !.*'•• living room, 
J bedroom* 'Pembroke 

ewowiy wafehnwt ***»hew »vd! ulffl* * 
auromatie or h*a' Separate gar- 


IFDUBB H.ANfl PNEPASED FOR 
hu'ldert hv draflvrr-an Nit 1037. 
Virrocia Praia 


>4 749 p.ua 
Phon* 7-4 14* 


•ir ^ 

heated fraennoj.** LI hekl'-h forcF* 


NHA -NHA . N M A 
DIM TO tl.tlM DOWN 
On drligl u fst intg, m • mgn lse». 
lion aurraunded by o4a ictaa and 
rr fre'i wuh mountain view and 
in Una 44 ly 190 fee- wide we mfe- 
i.Iiti mode*n . rantfl-ifyle dream 
♦row*#* TtuT k»«w #<»•' », an w<a. 
d'*v I»«ai f.oor to c#!,.ng Ur** 


HIGH LOCATION 


-- NEAR SEA'YiN HILL 
N.'ely de'-'vea'ed aem'-bungglftw 
S#*e*n*Til fuenar* imkgnla duple* 
1 1 909 down 4 M0) nwr.ee 


mme.dlatn ulr B iuneta butldinga 
• nd ShfloeTry gn inr ,n|y ink'd 
'P U4 irecl aaprovimv'eiv >]n« 0 i 


$2350 Down 


.1 ft a limn 


Ij'ga ma'rhing garage D'jrn d 
roef*. f*o"4 *'•" ) *i *n rntlage 

IM<i' 41 7Tft. k'*v!vrr«r~'l vfflyfy 
eooNi of h’ghwwy off Pewit Move 
in now ho agwn’% 


17 FT V- BOTTOM 1 R P W7SCON 
•In tnbnaefl. SIES ai aearaal after 
1 »7#k alter It am 


commercial 

IBvlJ of fee I 

Sel' nr fWT 2 


tulktlie 


$8750 


HOLLICK REALTY 
LTD. 


4HI*T*flOH WA T E R PR OW T ’ s *“ 
b-ope |e. Invelr acmng with beau. '•** 
ilful view I«rg# ilv.r.g rftr-ra wi>h 
ftreplaea dining roam two bed- rl n 

room* etertnc tltrhen. Jgmhr-.ge * 
baeW f u .1 b#>«in*ni ailh ari**-ln 
garage Aiiomaile o l neaf Onad 
anena-ag. and »*]• Owner 

prone 1 CM mg 779 w "RT31 

CFT1AN Hrri.-M'RAE 4 R w a - py ar . l'°|7 

tahed to alt weegv living room g.yg. 

and wate* aad Ilf*p4»e» t ".rough hall oat riovn. 

»•*> TV Tetme t*o b»droomi ■ pa/ 1 "u 1 ||ieh»n UPL 

venue' prop*; t Bln lug ore* Null high Saaemen' 

*19 R«ad n'f drier -in garaga wired fde range 

» "Tie fint water Open view 
M •>* Owner b inder ]-74»i, 
N’lfiiky marorng evening 

FI YE- BOOM noORK OIL RANOB 
full boaemam »«4 and rewi 
Nina** F'lew 17 bbd In W.itM 
•##»*' Alan four r*om hou*' ell 
furr. aped III orn tmm ., |Uy 
apply ewn.' Ai«,a Valcour. Jib 

Quy''»t J.ftti. 


a^H9R# V 


Hogie Beall y 1 80 1 Broad S' ]-9749 
Seta M> Ma r.u* 4 l*i| 

Mr Turner 4-3IM 


f* SC f AND A INVESTMENT 
AGENCY I.Tt> 

I OnvrTfttiirni S' reei 9-9(18 


SROIf.tR FARM *4SF PI 
far an Fatta Pn.iltrv Faroi 


7-SU-ITE 


CABIN 

T - T M t 


CHECK THESE 


AUTO COURT AND RESORT 
TWenfe mile* from VtftOTts nn main 
hlgliaar Gantt a a pint reaidenre 
Eleven rental unlit boat ho via* p.er 
to no • 1 1 etrellmt f'thing area Ail 
unlia a/e furniahed Oil ar.d gat 
healing Plee acre* wrt|..re»<t 
3M aaleeiront »», undid r> p p- - r - 
(unify for family man with famiiv. 
Term* '» rath nr trad* taleaoU 
f'«y prop#- a* a, part pavmeot 
Eaiy payment a - an ba'a.ee A 
gnln* ronrem for only »?9 900 tv- 
*lu*4*e call Mr Ludlow J-»19l or 
7-7379 TOWN * COUNTRY 
HOMER LTD. 


thee* bedroom* wllh "itl - away 

rupbaardt, w n* * 11 # irlmm*d ba'n- 
•fttim w;<h a nil'll in am* uie tine 
Kuefcrn a Hntaned in aUMfli* aed 
•paooui foif-i »• (itiltty ronn 
»u-nmi"r ai. «'rjm''*r h**'lng 


APARTMENT 


4 S'. I *t — New BLaCca Oil 
He*i I IS 109 

• 4u ei Sew S'uera near Parlll- 
m*nl Building a 4)1009 

11 Nuitaw- Fal'titid -Nau I* vno ar, 
low rania ■ 1.47 Mb 

I Suite* Palrfteid — Walking 
Dlttanr# IM M 

19 Suite* Pakrf * d — New Stucen 
Ca<*pri*oa f Term* 174 09b 

thdk Tkfl Satinet* Slock 147 4A0 
S w Andatarn of Plnanrlai bur- 
vey Ltd < 4-91*4. Rev J Mil 


sol*tr or 4 Venus 

biingam* ihrea ftaderv 
loom WHS vtoei* fir. pi 
room plea kltf hen 

wfl baatlng 
rnca itliif till# , 

DOWTAS I ER DRIVE - 
•tuf"i bungalow Mi lb 
bwvwwant Ainvoat new. 
II Mb cnah pe lew 

Mr. Roberta 


On. *' tb* boat tteaa m Vicipria 
Conttrueied nf aolld grant* w "ft 
aiai* mot. ae!f rimtalnad with up- 
1111 # wieiaet tend >i»ui> Ot. O- 
Mktlc hftl-wa'*r henttng. slaw cii/a 
lot Owner la air* and mid a«IL 
Prua rut 44 lb# fag a quit* aale 


$9500 


CADSORO SAY 9-RO 
inrga lot tdeni far r*>* 
Sea f-lTbb •?•*' f p 


pew# DOWN 
ia pur hater* four, 
ow etna* la Ba'N- 
hot -air furna'e. 

im» «•'•»» 16 .. am. 

vmep'i AU Pee ft" 

1 Survey L-4 . 1 114 


FIVE ROOM MU USE W 
•am pleiad at -Ot*» Late 
prtrw 44 Mt It* ftffrre 4- Ik 

* FIVE-ROOM Bt.'NOAIFkW 

ro-e-anvi. I a re I r garden 

rt.OMYk 


$9200 


IU6 U FOOT CABIN BOAT WITH 
■innr I HM ar. • till 


GOWOE AND CEDAR HI1A. AREA, 
raw twik-bertroowk ftem" ty|J p*ev- 
• *«'• 4k 1541 and 49 • *4 AM 
Ben nail, onn-rarror 7-ET7). 


H G DALBY & CO. LTD 

•44 Vtav Sir awi g 4 ) 4 . 



» 57 H m mr» FOR ftAl.g 


57 ROt^KK FOR SALE 



34 CSolunift. Victoria 

Sunday, May 1, 1t5S 

•7 HOISK.S FOR HALF 


57 HOnm FOR SALK 


WESTERN 


BROWN BROS 


PembertonTlHolmei 


RANDALL'S 


F. N. CABELDU 

' LTD 


HARRY 
FOSTER LTD 


OLYMPIC HOMES 


AOENCIEa LTD 
im BLAN8HARD BTH r.JTT 
PHONO MU). S-3741 


Town & Country 


J]«i Doom ab rrr 
Fh«n# J-IJIT 

KHA SPECIALISTS 


131} BROAD STRUT M|1( 

MEMBER MI’LVtrr X LIRTINO I 

BUREAU 


$1000 DOWN 

iwt M r racmh hurt * rtg ivd'Miii 
bungalow sluao ia city Ai'oin*r 
•tai a* ti«r u> /uB'ir* » .rim 

M's»|l* Pi i. *, $4950 

MR THOM AN. * -SI JT Evea 19141 


To Oos« Estatt 
, UPLANDS 
SEA VIEW 

!n • beautiful ■•umi »"h suntm 

4i lament *i **t<i*n many evpsn.,# 

mruM- sUo • laitv emloavd garden 
• liti fruit.. traea, m Sr» nvip 
tiurra bungalow aim entrance and 
through hail, lit mg roam appro*. - 
roately 3«u wtttkTtreiMdee. dining 
room den a ih fireplace } m- 
rnoau. 4 iwhm 4 pin# t>#ttiro«ra. 
hut tsin heating lull ba«*rr- n« 
a h anre-ln gates* Ideal l.vcatmn 
overlooking • *an<fy bra. n Cl"»> iq 

J^bSTTK. $16,950 

l.t< lutite Iv listed an h 
W r Biepney l tilt. E(e* . .1 Ufa. 
E ft* Jane* s Ills f.ves « :*0J. 


Homes Ltd 

U3J QUADRA an PMOhf 


SEA VIEW 
Fairfield Bunqalow . 

fto-k-end-ipan l-room BuaEa.ow 
Hollyaood Cieacent. l|ttn« roam 
with tlrapiacf . aiartria cabinet Ait- 
rhtn dining roam. two heuiu-i u « 
and nalhrfti'm. full basement ai>h 
furnace *#{i*"#t# garage Oanar 
ha» purrh.aaait larger property In 

• araa and requires « qut-k 
a.i* and ran give aimoat immedt. 

• • I laaaainn lair CQO^fl 
tarma so r»itv«n*iolv parly iOZDU 


1114 DOOOLAR BTRPPT l-llftl 
Mam Par Multiple Lining Bureau 


SEAFRONT 
Perfect Spot to Retire 

Or ar-.uld make par far! (uast houae, 
rasorr etc MS fi private beech. 
14 arrat part Ilk* land* Bp, end'd 
mydent 1 1 -room main rasioanr* and 
iar> fine collage* Beautiful pan- 
oramic view of the «aa mnorttams 
at* I Mount Baker Located so min- 
ute* d'lv* Un m Victoria rig.it 
•here th* sgfnton ftemn* la is?*’ 
Thera It uni another Ilka thU in 
Vam uuin Ulanct which will c.'tn- 
paro in v»iq# los-dtlaa and ba.j'y 
T*a*ta for Victoria proper*;* .in- 
•Irtered ann Crtn 


DUPLEX " 

< i 7 4nn ~ nn.,1 , Fi 

■9 I / i**UU arra a .rrounu.d 14* 

by grgelma hgnifl ftii ror.ma A baaml 
d"wn Ilia rooms up aepara'a buriaa »• 
entrance* Oil-O-Mstl hns-aasar b***in*nt, 
heal Vary pealty garden Tan garage 
(a'asai A-raog. alio Mr Men- Me*-" 

na't 3-7114. area 3-4313 fp» ,1 M 

appointment J ft 


LVNBROOK HEIGHTS 
N H A Approved. 4l Lots 
Hiqh Location 

We are pleated to announce t n a ’ 
till* eoruil* laioo U bring rapid!* 
told and *e in*lla yaur imtnrdia.a 
in ii ul r e« Kr.|nain| tnr high live- 
1 1 im at the H gh Quedta ituirlcl. 
trig lots aill run Irntn Quadra Streei 
to Hraauh Road immrdlalel* situih 
of the lamer nf Maikmne ami 
Naan I' tl R.*a>l The Iron' eptran ' 
U rrnm Saanufi Road and (he ba<i 
•ru.tan. * lo W»e a.ipnitieion «n 


JUBILEE 

FOUR BEDROOMS 
ONE FLOOR 
OIL-O-MATIC 


OAK BAY BUNGALOW 
SOUTH OF AVENUE 

Bn fin# roo-na. naaly d»rorated 
Thr«a r^nroom* fao mm »ua 
nea Oil O-Matir air-t undintmed 
Beating 'ini', alactrlr aarvlra In 
h'/rri# fay rang* Tull haaemant 
*i*n laundry set non full prlre 

u, r ,. t,w _ $9500 

Mnrtgaga ran ha arranged If re. 
gulc*n Teiephot.a J-T31H nr Rea 
J-OJit ait far Mr Furrril 


N H A HOMES 
S I 550 TO $2000 DOWN 

SOW BUILDING 


$9000 


on Hi* eubrttti 
»'.»« nea mndarn »wnaali.a« uf >« 
Ira small design Mnntnis pai 
men's is« is« and I4J 1 and : 
ne.ir.i.im, garage* an.* autniyia* 
nil bee* PV>r full, par tlrulart gin 
name address phone number >i 
MR THOMAS l II}' Itu J an; 


$290 DOWN 


Ideally situated aitnin Ml or' dll- 
•an. a nf Jubtler Hnspica and t*> 
la yah* smtahie In: nuraes* ir- 

r nin modal »m Tnt* older .t.p* home 
la e* entinnaliy aell a., in and u 
r.implala a lfl ROI R RKDftleoMM 


Dver I SO0 square f*#l sturrd seau- 
b mgaloa on ilia ihrouth nail mo 
plan title* large liegiMini 
gnd baibruLgn, laige Using rnnm 
• lift flrapiara dining rnnni tah- 


PLUB A l OT or YOUR 
OWN CHOICE 

N.H A 


PEMBERTON WOODS 

Fiye-ionin 4iurc*> r.iini«|oa ;i» P g 
loam l«»31 *u»*t dining rooir l-o 
beur'H-m* raamet titrhen • irro j«.r 
• leetrlr range, four-pier* .at j "Sn 
Pull naseven' ‘tol-aater heat 
P.a'ra plumbing anl nadrmim Grind 
ala* lot. 


dining e»r* iiatgi'is'.in and *> - 
tnr b.l(i !•••• There U a lull 
re uenL bese.i.-ni Oil O-MATIC 
hearing and -epsia'a garage Can 
be handled tilth II 440 duats «n 
ft," one. $8950 

foe lirtbar mini mi : un , all 

Rdnart Mill h*ll at 3 up! oi 3-I1TJ 


"ff nil hot-air healing Kttrv 
«>ndo* a plrtur* slaw nut lit a 
Bfil de> alopad and beautiful gar- 
den gising aerigtmn rat i ktsa tn 
all services and beach Riaik tnp 
driveway 10 large garage eurk'hiip 
*>id *i eenhousa Taaa* la*t, g||n 

Thu bungaina has unusuaf rbar- 
arirr ailh atiractlre laa milage- 
«ri . appaaran. r Some terms and 

r-t" $ 1JL 500 

w R Crras l-1i:« evea 1-3177 


media'ely ad|oi<una Hi* Lake Hi.t 
Cold Rinraa* Lot'kiTt tans loi la 
from *4 In Ihd feel aide amt 
features a parkland nl fit trees and 
nsi trees and every Int a' muunta.n 
yiea There wilt be minimum bn!d- 
ipt rniultenujiti and Jora.ed *|ih- 
in J . m las sit lit* gily rratra 
Prires will range from »|I)CHI '0 
II aon A" Hits are suitable for 
Ihvve desiring National Houaihg 
build. ni We are in a poal’lnn tn 
f-nai..* house and lot. ronttlurtliin 
aim a minimum nl 43 Obti im 1J Owl 
Eicetlent pl» ii • art available and 
i-on'ia.'iir* a'*iiriaibd aitlt n« are 
ah.e and willing 'n assi*l so si A 
PMispai'us nf the aultdltulun a.ll be 
atailabla «'Us romplria inhima ina. 

Pm rompla-e desa I* e*in 'ac4 
Mr | V. Na under* J »37T ’ 
N.ghls at Bundasi 


Pamnrrg# n * - n etna Ua-1. 
Ill basement, pip* fOrnare 
n gar***, imalt earned 


182-BEACH DRIVE 
OAK BAY • 

This ese*04>»nai!y argil, built apot- 
lanly glean h»mr tan m.n i'es Ivtim 
bea,h Immediate |sn,.ea*tnn fnp- 
ststlng of Ititraorr hall I'SIng room 
14 1‘tll a nh aldraruve euneit 
flrapiara, and may den asih open 
tirepUs a blight dining r ( s<iin a]| 
tiariiau.id lluiiring simronm larga 
bediuom luiar-plere lited ba'hrwm, 
modern 'ab'nel klli-hen Upnalet, 
• a.i lam sigr.j brariMims. tau-piera 
liie.l isaib>o.im AuMima.ir oil neat. 


etf hisintli.g oaimen's <*|s.inaa 
ftoip nut ss.ecLjj.i of . a .i or luee- 
t'eor.wim h me« with or vliboul 
ha.emenl, nr alina us to q i<>te • 
pn. e on sour pm., H' .. U' 1 ' 

builder and save m,ibe* Com* n 
amt talk it usei, you at" be si'eaa- 
tan'lv a.irprlaert 

Aik T'ii Mr Ktana nr Me Jam**. 

3 1117 Bsm 1-31*3 3 «4U 


T*o »e.l ryi'amed *u^g* 

a r n-.erere tan hg-p, A'*- 

enal atoter , uim s (ra 
nearh Ini om* f 

C 

MR N1CMOI4 4-1137 IVH 


ESOUIMALT 
Cutest and Cosiest 

Bungalow .'orated on tnr nest pan 
if thla are* near nea.h tra»Minr- 
•suon atm mopptng areas P»rf*it 
for rnuple* rmjng or old Y»u 
esiiild lonk f. r yean neflt>e finiliig 
oresJn nice a* -m* *iw pnred ,a 


Belling 

furnnherf 


Unfurnlsh*.l *_ J I 

Ony-'ttirff rmsh hkndlra. 


$9500 


OAK BAY SOUTH 


CITY 

DREAM BUNGALOW 
: VIEW LOCATION ’ 


SPLENDID LOCATION Thla l.r,. 
totim I N9ULA T ED siucr.s hoove 
lomnnag* inrough ha" good „•* 
liyiiig iiwm and dining rruim wun 
oak tloors. ei*i trie ranmei kit- 
'hen. 3 n|r- beattoim* and Pern- 
tir»ie * ha'nruom Hi it rrment 

o»-em*f|t a,th rumpui 

Mare and gaiage N'.e | 
r lose lo bu* arhnnl and 
beach Re*; value a' 

Mil r\vr s 4127, iv i 


STOBA LANE 


Ron. -room ran'hef among*' naas 
Lark* iDing room 1 * i oedroou 
•iec * r !<• *!• -nep uMls's aif.rdt.ry 
llrneO Oti-O Malic he*' One* 

SI2.60C 

Tor the *»)•'*> ran Idr ~Cper|,g n ,e n 
3-137g Rs S I *44911 


four loom* so art twn-r»<rm w If 
in baicraent It-year-old < 'fgui 
buiytalaa t iving room al'h •flrr- 
p.are elrrlnr canine*, kltrhea CtRy 
41 400 doan and 


$8500 


rash *i 

Mr oaun' or u. 
ti*» a-isor 


leirated |u*t olf the |un. on and 
i*i> I om Ida Iraffir r-ii* .use;* 
specific l.-iine i* aai'ing for a 
Binud oaou a tut aauik quirk 
pnsteaamn ni-amin* ,ma floors 

in i str*(Ue-v idskl lisorig 

room, good s.ied rlln.ng n>om and 
tan tiedro'im* Heated bv OH-D- 
ATk’le *hnT TT*e*r 'ht* hum* adds 
prratlte to anyone lnrludrd In 
the pn- e is * *ery loyely Hying 
room <arpet D<>n t MtSk-thu foe 

S 1 2 000 

Charlea Vlning 3-3IAI snnurit 


$8400 


JUBILEE AREA 
No Steps 


dintog room 


Of let* suns'dered k * 

J Middleton Eve* i.jk«y 


three 

l kit- 

seven 


$9500 


4 tl 24 Els ei J.t 

GORDON HEAD 


riimfortab'e Mrorsi 1 
h** 1 t'larhefl g*.**R< 
ll"ft Ta»e* **JJ | 
Tt»*mre.Ie(4 par-* 

I'ricg 


$2500 DOWN 
LAKE HILL 


COFFEE SHOP 
LANGFORD 

I t WHAT DOWN PAYMENT 
HAVE YOU ' 1 

Be your nan tsosi *• yim rah mts» 
a giusd l.siag in • v ■ *1* vnd 
ml fee shon Tulv sqaTyfed i-d 


Three Bedroom Roncher 

A ..urllv linine aiih *y*r> «|iy 
noeiveniei.) s |u*s Imui gnus ti,.ns 
l's >enu» mi* seat uld aitranif* 
at u> ct* finiwi* targe nmsinii an 
sin* dining taom, beautiful ism- 

• •ntrni i aliinei kt'.hrn fiaiilao.-rt 
,i,xdt O'l O Mane ho' air he* • 
ing Half**. * pi gnivd ir>«| l*nd 
ri - o# in n • . * and at Isisol I l Ira, 

$io.5oo 

Hhon# 

Ro* A i "It i ails *T*1 4-aavl 

4 BEDROOMS ■ 
UPPER FORT AREA 
G.OOD TERMS 

An Mpponunlt* fur * iianming ho it# 
im s popular are* for >am* Dnap- 
*t* '* .1*1. « mum a. Lb tirap-#.#, 

le'ge 4 using rgrm kit hen igasi 
*'■4 den with f ireplare I'pv 1 *"* 
four s-iUmioi and naihriwim Tc iei 
o m*n Door Full h*sem*T>(, 

* *'Oma e gas Dome* >c hoi asier. 

• groun-s 1 2 400 naan halanra 

l: v-::-™,. .57950 

Reg Case, I on *1(24 fie*. |-«s«4 

OAK BAY 
TRIPLEX 

TTi'ee sun** alt full* aelf-eop- 
'•tned lilts yaarly r*s*n<je Clnva 
•o iraiuporsatioo tea frnni * r 1 
arhnoia Good i* m» op full pri<a 


$7350 


$2000 - $2000 - $2000 
NATIONAL HOUSING 
3 Betfrooms 

.r 1 1 0B 


NEED MORE ROOM> 

Then thU «ei| nulll romlpr'able 
home in Dean Heigh' v might ne in* 
answer in your priUiierfi Two h*o - 
rnoma anil ualhriMin down Tap 
bedroom* and bathroom up Runny 
lung mam. spermu* dm,ng mom 
Nl Ussameni Mot sater, Oll-O- 
Ma'lt hegi Lovely garden Tbiw 
i* an Ideal (aiitiiy ,* . ^ / c A 


W srmntONT Clove In Charm- 
ing modern bunga'tsw alth Olfelv 
landscaped secluded gsrder The 
lt»tnt mom I* ?7's*l7t» with flre- 
pia< * a *||-,r*-nal! rarp*.t and It-fr 
n'c'ur* atndna dining mean a * 
It's arl'h Trench .visor rn paMo. 
loiely rnmlein lltcben with nnat. 
*«■. hast rapes: bathroom and u-iiity 

Radiant hr* 

AUacJsed- ( 

Mr niehVi 
1740 to t| 


Doan psvmer.' is stashrd or 
itsygly noo.e on union Avenu. 
It's a prtvilegi *«» be ,o.- to 
l* for sale a' vum a low prl -e 
risfin* in a" npat u, -i • -an 
hali lltlna room I* 17aJ0 r 
fireplace oak floors Full t 
room *il-e>*r,rn rgp'n^l ll 
a'h breast -tt o-Jok P"m 
hahrooui iwo brunt hejr 
L'i" high bastmrni it'iodr 
P'P'a f'lrnace esira room n 
a'* garage Nkriy land* 
gioundr front and rra* fish 

Hundred. bu.ov y*,»i an 

namrn'al trees a mils 
hrm* Monbnli payments ul »7 
Hie price i# now n ■ •<*, . 
dvned on lerms in i I U.s 
ri'tf Or**n 3-3147 Kies P ' 
Stan Elans 3-2147 f -* ».j 


in*u s'eo Mit .me i,*nnv t.. speMd 
nn lernrt'ion Of othera i>e fla - 

VZ'Z l,,,M $7350 

Mr Oaun' r*i Mr Clarke 
E.ss J-J407 

ROYAL OAK DISTRICT 
4-Ronrri Bunqalow 
_ 2 Acres 

A-Vir* ahV4 Uding hun« a lew tn 
neaqiifu v-'OdUt>« Oarayr work. 
t"np chi' sen hour* Ideal for 
r* .r*d rouble Term* i*n ii* 
arranged a: pr.c. 

,' ea * ilk for Mr Hill ««»» l-7lg» 


Teaturing approg ma 
leat of floor vpace and *t h ’-hree 
lata* bedtuom* Thi» • >h* t ne»t, 
houia that we have had the oppo: 
duntfv nl veeing lor *.ime lime It 
has very large window* coye ceil- 
ings throughout "oa4 floor* The 
living roam wuh lireplars l* It 
fert Ihhi The dlheiie Is very spa 
tio.ts US. nr a full suite tod of 
enurse an outstanding ki'.-hen a h 
Uled *ID4 full ba.smem dm* .n 
ytfagr hnt-g.r he*' Reasonable 
lairs large tirtr— aititahle frii an* 
ambit "u* gardener Jual listed at 
a i ery r*»»nnabl* enorn 

prlre Pill prlre >7/ JU 

Conlar! Mr I V Pa .cdei# «t 3.1217 
Nights or Sunday* 


r* s'ucco bungalow, n'ca • 
g room near dlr.ine toon mi 
•le.tric rabturt ktichen. 
floors, "hrnuElLJiii;! t*o la 
iV.ims, full hasemeru with e* 
">m drlse-ln ear- »Qr ( - 
Moderately pil.ed 5/ JL 
M» Davis Eves, g.Mtl 

<■ llandall Ties 2-4417 


! ONLY ONE ! 

THREE BEDROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT 
OIL-O-MATlC 
"4 130 HAWKES" 


$3250 


bans. Pi 


MR SPEED g 4137. KVIM I IMI 


• OAK BAY SPECIAL 

IT IT CO llse.-oro* -argikow 


en:ng* 4-A4A7 
lor linme and 


NEIL ST OAK BAY 
$3000 DOWN 


three-room horn* 


W’e have stat'gd ,o bund two large 
three-bedroom tmhgaioa* m this 
chuir* lorailnn Tw.. different 
plan* rhisov* your ow inter m and 
ei'enrsy finishing Buy nr»a and 
has* a selrrann Ccutiple'rd in 
•hree month* N H A 
fmaonna Pull P(l'*il4.UUU 
MK WHYTE 4 4U7 KS fJ4 3-»07a 


•Vf flCSltm ..vein 

i-einenr drue-ta gaiige 


V»* . *» • -oevw- -wreiiaoia *• the 
P'lce and on theie 'e'fy.s Si' .a'ed 
its the Glanlord Dardens auhdi »:sinn 
this oratid new ils-room sluero 
has a" ih* (rat, lies von rn.|!d 
wi»n fur No 7 nag througnou' 

I^rge living r.som w fh Mou'en tile 
flrepla.-e d-ntng ror.isi .-panaai 
i anmrt kill hen through ball 
thlee good bertfoao:* Inue-piere 
Pemarnke bj-nmum Pull baremerv, 

Otiye -in garage TOR YOUR OWN 
SAKE COMPARE BEPORE YOIJ 
HUY, nnoo DOWN. ,e . « qc<-v 
ri'l-L PRICE J I U.y jU 

fs.'ltiilse afh Hert» Hndgson. 

•-3I14 «r 3-3IIH day or night MR N1CHOLB 4-4117 EV2WI T-JIlt 


S9500 


44 ihn Vrrih Pender Gland home 
and *t» acres wgfrrfront 
4d Very good »i\-r<v>ns home 
and revenue Psquimali 
4|oiw> and giamm city *iur 
frisn' with nn* or ^.wo hytrk 
h-rvamg* wvh rati track age. 
An opportunity 

Its tilth Pa|rf:elrl s#*en-r<swai home 


$6000 


N H A N H A N H A 
$1300 to $2500 Down 
Includmq tot, or $500 
Down and Your Lot 
Close In 

Nn d«l ah't-il to'# • 'h ei.ellenl 
*.*w and oak !•*#• we ••• abls to 
offer a house With I 040 fee' of floor 
spare full plate-glass windows a 
living room so leat Icing w.<n 


SUNSHINE AND ROSES 
HIGH GORGE 


LAKE WATERFRONT 
BUNGALOW 


Nvo moms on eaih »id# Wai n* 
|t''«nfe Cld-« lo dt.ltt.ns' Tbi* 
niidern *tur.ro duple* s a at 

'flu price Consisting of lari* 1t«- 
ng ronm wtih oa* floor and fir e- 
>lar* dlrillTg frinm. rioins- aitrhen, 
oat-pircr bath lag bedroom - 
r»’ ie-ln garage, earh Be the lint 
o *e* and buy. 

yirass a-y for aUber I'm Riiinga 
3 1147 E* re a DM nr 
lack M-odli-ufcj 3117 I. a. 1 is is 


$5950 


FACING THE SEA 


Prlre 


• mama -new- 1 b*dri*.im 
oak floors Pull rrnienl has 
ull furnare Rumpus mo n 
sand? beach for the kidrttei. 


■trim, rerpte Yidimhiht 


apartment 


tl on lake 
.all ur«t and 
remain /hd 
ll.IAO- ra»tt 


PAT BAY HIGHWAY 
Royal Oak 


M#r»onl 3-7174. eve# a-M34 

GORDON HEAD 
’SecTudpd Wo^oHronf 


$8400 


$6750 


Dn«|ij*. t'rvnanly one nf Ih* fln»*f 
»«C*rfrbnl sma eru*» in Or'iurr 
Tfid.si » AdPTnimalsIs wa a^re* 
•n eytenf. w'h hsau'if ul eerfar* 
and f'rs t ring pr;ltgf-* Ini* mag- 
nifieeni wh"a 'ed'ar sitting bunak- 
f.iw .eerris Ii* hug lha j:#en lawns 
surrounding 14 snd mnlains mn 
or.* floor* th« fnllowin* *A very 
grand lis.nc room .13*21 with 
mahogany trim: an •'ire’-lr** 

dinlne room, at'h huT'-ln ch'na 
cabinet*, an electric kitchen, with 
sepai at* utility rnom. a aparisiua 
masker OmDsmm. aish large prlrat* 
ha'hroom completely li'erl three 
nsher b*drn-.im* and an estra nalh- 
rtKim Thl» rpairlenr* u healed by 
a Crane automatic hni-wa’e* heat- 
ing lyate-n and ih* baiement con- 
tain* s« w #11, a large billiard 
mam a wsitt rr-.m and slnrag" 
room* the senarate twrvcar ta- 
rac» h*» a ('!»•* or gardener a 
su.ie. a Using 'onm. dlne'ie. tll- 
rhen. bathroom and on» 'jedroom. 
Thla hsma u la b» shown by ap- 
pointment unit May I artanae a 
rim* to ault you7 enn cr\f\ 
Teienhon* now .. i J4- JUU 
1-7174 .1 R L H.rridt* 

Evrnlsw* 4-31*4 


$ 1 500 ood 52000 DOWN 6AYUGHT SAVING 


Rnmaa Stir ll t kg l* ,* flail s.w 


HOME OR REVENUE 

DLD4n TYPE suNOALnw fm,: 
?rv. m* and HaOlfmsm A*: .-* * ts- 
rir' ge-r* Slsijtrt Ttyei *rr 

• S4850 

Ken Bt.ifgatsn J-T1T4 ay 7-D40 


SI 000 DOWN 


ng rrums oe L-ibapetf rtintis* room 


time is here 


CONSIDERED 


uiaur oil bo* - water heat and i 
pu* ropm f»o ’tednsnni* mne 
all*' large wtndnwr throug 
makes thla • bright cheery h 
owp*r» leasus* lha city r 

• :'h leimj tf i -1 e 


QUADRA 
Decorator’s Speool 
3-Bcdroom Bunqolow 
(Older Type) 

$1250 DOWN 

I. lying io"m d oing room e1*rirl» 
4 Hr hen, Hot-«lr hewtirig US|li*v 

pTpr,. onl* S6250 

J Middleton Evr* l-.TA** 

$1000 - DOWN - $1000 

rKIINWnon AREA 
Biy-roam •emt-ouncain* m gnrvi 
shape Eareilent pnsktbtllfy of rlu- 
P'^Vn* ■ , Large living room anl 
full dining ronm apartis'i* klirhan 
and pantry larga anougb for a 
hathroom 7'a roam* upatalra. 
*11 c.-od iv* and a lhr*#-pirre 
aiandard bath Two rirculaung ml 
heater* Separate garage Grs.-^ 
• bMpping . hi.* service snd hiah 
efbool 11.004 down, taxes »7(! iv, 


B.drrvnma art J .la It. «l‘.h I'gh's in 
the large cupbnarits Kitchen *pa- 
rinua with irtUrec' lighting many 
cupboard* and inlaid (tnnieum Up- 
atair* utility room healed and 
laundry tuba Full baeement. d*>*e- 
m garage May also nave com- 
pleted 34 foot rumpui room or a 
Hurd bed ronm upstairs for appro*'- 
mately She same prtn 1 Roman III# 
flower bns*» Your inquiries are ;n- 
vilest Credit* allowed for anyone 
being able to do lalsoi 
Contact Mr Aaundera for romplete 
delalla at 1-1311. Niah'a or Bundaya 


CLOSE TO 
EMPRESS HOTEL 

Two y»» > wo in-roomed house# foe 
only 4* 004 Need clear up and *#- 
decorating bus could be good 
resaou# produttr# Maas m mid 
Call L J Cislna 1-1134. 
r**a ) usi 

REDUCED FOR OUICK 
SALE 

UPLANDS SLOPE 
3 BEDROOMS ond DEN 

Tb * *s*nt bungalow ra ideal tor tha 
growing family Entrance hall larga 
living rrv*-m with ftrepltre ante lout 
dining room, cabinat kitchen nn# 
bedroom and femlmika bath, also a 
den or **• ra bedroom nn the main 
floor Concealed ataira In two larga 
bedroom* up Full basement wills 
eitra mom ho'-alr heating dove- 
In garage Fenced garden with fruii 
trees etc get quickie In taka ad- 
vantage of this opportunity lev own 
an a" rartive home in an eareilent 
residential area tfOOCrv 

lor "nl» . $9950 

Fhona Mr* dhlriey <-*134 or 

4-44KA evea 

3 BEDROOMS 
Immediote Possession 

A" r act |»a glasg dash stu- o »em|- 
bungalow nawlv darnrared Living 
room 14 g 14 dining room 10 g 13; 
nn# bedroom and three-piera bath- 
room down concealed stairway to 
iwn large nedrtsoms up New Dumld 
roof located on two larga lota. go.-d 
•oil T*rrr* arranged s n ,« A 
run per. . _ $8 I 00 

Calf 1A' Worwf|ew a-1134. 

»y«a fiaia 

NEW BUNGALOW 
$1500 - DOWN - $1500 

Larga n«inc room Roman tila fire- 
man oak throughout modern cab- 
inet kitchen wired for ranee two 
bedrooms four - piece baihroons. 
atitoma'lc hot w*i*r Full high 
dr* basement Drl** tn eoorrv 

•*»»«• Frlee $9350 

Caff n W Bpavert. 4 *1 74 
tveg a-Tflil 


Drive out to GORDON tllAD tn- 
nuht in *e* nur ORANDVtZW Sub- 
dlsisiivn LOTS It.lfHI and 4, a<ui 
Also aichltei 'urally d*4'.gned threa- 
bearonm home* Delightful area 
with VIEWS of th* bTRAITS and 
ban jUan solid construction by 
a leading ron'tacior ^ ~t C/~\ 

43 400 DOWN Price $lj,/DU 
MR WHYTE 4-4137. EVES J XH4 


FAIRFIELD 


$6500 


$5700 


Mr J4ffr«y Evea . B-IKid 

CEDAR HILL ROAD 

•"etf - Inra'ej, A . ronm huhgal' 
hew I* decorated ihroughnui. u 
po'i«h»d Lour*, 'wo bedrooms, livi 
room with fireplace large gjtch 


FAIRFIELD 


BRAND NEW 
N H A 

$2400 DOWN $2400 


$7350 


$2000 DOWN 
LAKE HILL 


THREE BEDROOMS 

OAK RAY . 700 m fl Attractive 
1-rroiti oungal'iw in one nf ihe 
B treat Incaunns In Oak Day C'tm- 
pr.vea ihrough ball plan large, liv- 
ing rnsvrn and dining roam with 
oac floor* Electric cabinet kit- 
chen, nook and uttll'y room Three 
spendid beornom* and Pembrnke 
bathroom Ftlll remenl hisrment 
with 'area rumpu* rnnm and *ktra 
piumbina Automatic OIL HOT 
WATER heating and garage Nirely 

$17,300 

MR FATT 4-4127 EVES »-MM 

Outstandmq Bunqalow 

SEA VIEW 

We Invite »nu to *»• »hi* attracii** 
bungalow built by a master builder 
and situated mi the high part nf 
Lansdowne Bpanou* entrance, 
large living room with maasive Ra- 
man il'e ftreplare g-.iest-g|i* din- 
ing room, three bedroom* ioc • 
dart rooms and den* D# luge hit- 
rnen wllh braokfa*t nook Lovely 
• un der# Full high basement Gar- 
den all fenced. Everything in sops- 
!*»* condition eon C/VY 


MOUNT VIEW 

Five rooms three bedroonssi, 
tamed garage, no bavemrti' i 

c.70 1 

hot was*# Jf 

P>a«e rail George Jessup, 
day 3-31141. evening 2-IMf 


N*w bung* "w w tt| t|,rea be.trnnma 
nn nn# floor Oat floors ihrougn* Larg 
n«l Large living reorr *rh fire- at’h 
p.*r» and dining a»ea Bright git- drtv. 
then F 1 .:; high ►,.#me n - stth real 
d7l‘e-m fl-epr"»f gaiage Hsian * fot i 
at "hl» l‘4 * month m • > / r\r\ brok 


TOLMIE VIEW 
SUBDIVISION 
Lots From $1050 Uo 

We ar»' pleased in advise tha' »# 
ba»* been appoint*" a* eirluaiv* 
agents of th.a »ery egrellenl sub- 
divtaton close to Mnun’ Tnlmi* 
Th** are a minimum of W fee' 
wtdr and ar* Very deep They are 
all Geared and are eicellent for 
anmenne Innainc for garden possi- 
btfltiei They will duality for N H A. 
and If rag have apnrnttmately 
41 MM Including lot we will be 
able tn aaslat mu in rnnsirurtinn 
of a moil attractive horn* 

For romplsie detail* rnntark 
Mr Raundera a’ 1-3114 
Nights or Bundaya 


•irir range Four 
aihronni U'l.'iy 
• ■tilled Asking price 
With 13 nod down 

Flea** ark for M- 
Cvea J-4274 via*. 


$9500 


Al'-a. 'is* older - type. ,1 - bsijrnrm 
flhgalnw living room, brick *ire- 

r lace e'ectrlc ki'rhen ml furnare 
ill basement come* In" r*ii* 
home |» in aotmd rondltlon ihrougn- 

possession Full nrtra $7950 

Mr. Twamley Ives 4-4440 


SASEENOS 
WATERFRONT 
FIVE-ROOM SHAKE 
2 1/10 ACRES 


FAIRFIELD 

FIVE ROOMS and utility f„i, ba a- 
m*ot and garage near s» jr. 
»»i'h . Hotpjtal F-ill p-.,-. 
r» ent . _ _ _ _ 

!*'«»' $8950 

Ken Sturgeon 2-7374 or 7-IMfl 

SEMI-BUNGALOW 
$ 1 200 - DOWN - $ 1 200 

Bus ih:* nn# for investment no 
m.mev ra b* spent on this on* 
•U- nc»ly ncmraied wuh DtiTmd 
rn.,f large garden lo« living rmvn-, 
kitchen and bedroom dnwnataira 
ar.d l»" bedrooms upstair* Tas*s 
only 440 

Ellil prlre $3950 

Contact Harold War* eve*. 3-1441. 


CUTE AND COZY 


. .._J3 

’Ieasa ahnna niff Or#. n I 
or B> an Evans g-2l»3 


F"ur-ronm atorrq bungalrw in beau- 
tiful rnndiLon tnroucbau' Kitrnen 
oil stove included in pure Rep. 

irate large **■**» and workahip 

• Ida rem»n' driveway. *mOU ga - 

iien This ia id»*i for a feii-e-i 
rnunle Asking price ff-yocn 
with irntn $/sJDU 

Pleave ask for Mr |,asi*n 
E<e*. 3-.177S day. 3-1 1*« .* 


George Randall Ltd 


B.C. LAND 


JOHNSTON'S 

ERTABLlSHen I»n.t 
nn* Broad 3-42*1, J-JI43 


1*1 feel of road frnntaga and 
waterfruntag* a sparinus ftse- 
rmm hum* wllh full basemrpl and 
iloubla garage In bevemenl Large 
Hying room flnl»h*.| In krotiy 
nln* wllh brltk flreplaca: three 
bedroom. with built -In drawers 
and iinaafk, three-piece Pembroke 
be 'broom I' Otto * i , f 
down Full prl.e J» I 4,/UU 
Pull nertieulari ftbm Herb Hodgson, 
3-3101 or »-lll* day or night 


& Investment Aoencv Ltd. 

4 yiH Wh 0 YMR IS REAL LBTATE 
• *fen*t-er' Mul'lpta LMtlh* Buraau 

ROCKLAND AREA 

A beautiful type nl house. 

Bubs* am tally built Hot * alrr Oll O- 
Maiir h»»t eight r-Kinia. foul l*»d- 
roiim* te|evision-*i»e den Tint 
I home rtelinilely ha« atmosphere 
The outlook I* delight tul -vailing 

rr o,,m $ 13,950 


$1000 DOWN 
$5600 FULL PRICE 

A tan-aedrnom home with egrra 
bedronm In Basemen' for the boya 
Wired for electric #Iot# Nice gar- 
den, good family kitchen Within 
ihe 3-mile circle Cloac to echool 
and bus 

Con tact Mr Blunders at g-3lld 
Ntghti or flundara 


FOR RETIRED COUPLE 

Murry' Hum 1 Hum' Thl* has fust 
enme in and I* wi'l ce r tatn|y ui-e* 
wi"h voyr approval Thl* four-room 
bungalow w|«n cement oavemant it 
in lop rorMI'lnn AU vnq hit* 'o 
.do I* to mnse in Flrat time on <b» 
market Asking prlre t ,rn« 
wllh term* JDJUU 

Please a*k for Mr Lawton 
Eve* 3-5274, day. 1-1113 


P R. BROWN 


BASEMENT SUITE 


Frur- ronm s'ureo. wired for sanra, 
an .irtiat «r ho* *#i» At schsd a* - 
ii' A bargain at |t For >h» 

Tamil* needing separate gernmmo- 
di'ion for 'alationi Two-room 
basement suite I* nicely finished, 
ha* a aink and la roughed in for 
r»tr* plumbing AUrortivr and in 
Pleasant diatnc All thla for down 
payment of tl 7jn 

Mr. Bmlth Evea 3- 1 MS 


* SONS LTD EHT ISog 

till Broad irrert Fhona 4-T171 
Member Mullipla Llttlng Bureau 


Parliament Bldgs 
$ 1 000 Down 


BOORMAN'S 


Ker & Stephenson 
Limited 

MEMBER MULTIPLE LIBTINO 
BUREAU 

•00 GOVERNMENT BTRErr 


IN A OUIET. PLEASANT 
AREA CLOSE TO THE 
SEA 

A imarl two-bedroom hnmc mod- 
ern and In a • like new Has Through 
hall Using ronm with ftrapMc* 
oak floor* iiHIR*. kitchen well 
fined Meparale garage A real buy 
Down II 7 Jci 

Eric $7500 

CoiUac Ml .lambs *1 j-OsMI 
N|gn>* or Bxndav* 


In this • i i uil vg Mak Day 1." ate 
ami'ist the oaks. a» ire priytlcgad 
to of ter jou at an a'ltir'i.r price, 
an eitra large aUntOom plus atuevo 
bungalow with ""me 1.100 q. It of 
flair spar* Has charmlnj jiving 
runm, J4sl4, a large din.ng r</um. 
thre# twin-sii* bedrmim' main 
flnnr d* luae kitchen, utility rnnm 
Lovely oak Moira In basement «, 
have a large rumpui room Work 
rwtm with a doron power nti'lel* 
Ore hcdrocim two-piece «avh*"ara 
*' i4 garage Hot water O'l-O Mai|r 
furnare Landacaped Irtt Ju*> lha 
h-ime for a family and "he prtc*' 

“ $17,300 

Mr Ragrhawe. 4*4411. »ie* 1-IMk 
-9* y*ar* in Vlciona Real Ketale 

REVENUE - $6200 

42 J0« win handla this conversion nf 

two 1bree-ro<tm nulu on* r*n!»d 
w* 447, and the 'he owner. 

FN" baaemrnt a|tn no, -air furnwc*. 
Tclal repavoienu are 4M • mon ft , 
On bua lln* rio*e in srhonl ar.d 
shop, Multlpla luting » / ««« 
Nl JOg Frtr* $OZUJ 

REVENUE — $8950 

43 VNI rtewn for threa su:te* wi'h 

an Inrnma nf 191 a mnn'it pin* a 
four-raom amt# for nwn*r Full 
htaement. hot air furnace TTiree 
gas rang** and furniture included 
Rn* at duo* and *u<r* s nnen 
nearby Price JOYjU 

Mr Armstrong. 4-4113 ave* 3-lMd 

HIGH MOSS ST 

Fnu r-bed rum faml'v home, wltil- 
ateil nn a lar«* landsraped lut 
rinse to Fort S' reel Ol O-Ma'le 1 
hi" -water heating tepatatr garage 
Will easily rnnvert * , es rnn 
10 d'lPleg Frlr- $IUrDUU 


NEWSTEAD'S 


Ratanre as rent ih-e# 
nn* flo.-r living ronm, 
••’g» dining room itrg< 
and bathroom Psi" 
hot- *ir furt-gee. older t 
randllli.n ha'snr# eg 
Full reasonable ( 

P r <'» _ _ 3 

Mr klacfarlanr *-7171. •*< 


Comfortoble ond offroc- 
tive home. Three bed- 
rooms. cobinet kitchen. 
Iivmq room and d<mnq 
room Basement, furnace 
Eosv takes Terms. Total 
price only 46500. 

rail Mr Hatch, Eves 4-4449 


SHELBOURNE-McRAE 
BRAND NEW 

ThU home ia now under construe- 
lion and will b* finished to buyers 
apecifl' atmn* with completion lo 
lOOtll *1M week*. Featuring 
1. Living room with lovely flreptar.a 
and oak floorg 
1 Tlirough hall, oak floor* 

3 Two good bedrooms witji oak 
floors 

4- Brtghi larga klUhea wllh dinlne 
area 

k. Full basement wt'h grlva-iB ear- 
*g* furnare e*c 

t. Wired lor fleeter rang* and 
electric hut water. 

"♦* Ifu v loeacrg am a n bpOB 
v.sw Thl* la a good dQ"3rin 
bur FjlJpr.ce .. _ $YJUU 
W. I Bborlnan. ’#»** 4-0434. 


ONLY $1500 DOWN 


HAGAR'S 


ing room rabine* kitchen, ai 
rani*, and two bedrooms Fjl 
i"'ni wun two-rnom amt* : 
hot wwer Fu" price 
with II AM dnan $/ 

Phone Hugh Pesl/irt H 3- 
nr Eve* t-n*n 


Town & Country 
Homes Ltd. 

Ill Quadra Btreei Fhona 1-TTT# 


Mt Tn'mie-Bhe "ourn* 
v»f /UU 7.ro«ni siding hooa# full 
ig*e«i#ni furnara and garwgr. *a- 
elien* rnndttion Trim* 


Member Multiple Listmq 
Bureau 


C 1 QAPi n °* n Immediate pos- 
$ I O^U session Hiiesinu Thla 
beautiful new N H A home i* lo- 
cated on Baanirh a first fully-im- 
proved subdivision Olanfnrd Gar- 
den * Doe* It make sense lo face 
a n** home on an uod**yel"p*d 
• treat Bhen you can gel PAVED 
BTRErm, CURBB 01DEWALKB 
CLORRP pRAlftf* laliminating 
open dltche*' BTTtEET LIGHTING 
no more tnan 119 feet away from 
any one home in the subdivision 
BOULEVARD TREEB in be inatalled 
on a co-operative "avis One place 
of PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT 
given away *u each lot nw ear >w 
encourage backyard playgrounds 
NEW GRADE « HOOt. planned twn 
blocks awav for Ihia fall DAY- 
TIME PARKING in 'he street# wdl 
he DlflCOUHAOED la protect your 
children 

The home comprise* Through hall 
(tying mum and din.ng room, kit- 
clfeir- with dining area, the* bed- 
rnnm.* well-designed bathroom. 
OAK Ft OORB <hrnj|hnu" Insu- 
lated wall* and ceilings, full rang* 
and hm-oater wiring ALUMINUM 
frame windows OVERHEAD STEEI 
garage dour laundry iray*. enm- 
pwrk forced air Oil. HEATING unit, 
mvoi ret# drive and sidewalks 
Terms 4, tso gown and apprntl- 
malelf 439 37 jvef mun'h plu* 

Ku'Vw $11 c590 

Address available R-mday from 
Do.Jgla* Hawse* at 1-4404 or 1-II9I 


OAK BAY 

SPACIOUS— SECLUDED 


/tnn «•»*«■ ~ Egcluatve, 

‘♦UU 3 - room 12 - year - old 
*1"* baa# ntetif wuh rumpu* 
ytewt value Murrvl 

B onn 'Dew doe* i — 

' ' wU H*k*i»w. »»ven-ropm 
ly home Ii ig a'M Oll-O-Ma- ' 

3 rnnstruriMit Fairly prired 
HOLMS 4-7171: Ele*. 4-1004 


APARTMENT AND 
STORES 

Over 12?o Net 


ROCKLAND AREA. 
5-Room Bunqolow 

For th* diaerioiinaMns p*frrtia«*r 
h»re |* a flve-roitn bungaio# in 
A-t rundl'ion Bjiuced In a mo- 
vement location, <|n*« to i>.a- n 
Const** ing nl a large f. shaped liv- 
ing room and dlnuia -room rnmhln- 
• 'l r n Modern gltchen «lre<1 for 

tiectrir rang* Fmif-plgrg b«ih- 
yonm and 'wo b*drn»m- Autnn<atic 
nil hm-water heating A neal 
well-ea" ahlished cardrn with *11*1- 
tered patio There are no step* 
and the oiinimiioi of upkeep aid 
work Wt would be pleased in 

appfnntrreot Pr S $12,000 
A ft Powfll esvning- f - 4A ) X. 


STEWART CLARK 


BUPFRVIBEn N M A. 
rnNftTRumoHi I 

APPROVED COWTnACTnitB 
READY TO BUILD TH» HOMB 
OP YOUR rHOIfB 


ream* llv.ng room. OJn'iig room 
library, all large Four lamr.vMis 
oil heal full basement Of -periai 
anpeal in the Invar of fine living 
but wilh HfmrST CONVfR- 
KION y-e si'i"|f ley, tins piop*r'T is 

$14,700 

Ws'h atceiieni term* asaiiable 
Phone J Murray *t 3 9117 or 
#v ev 7~1 (44 


Twn rnoires for Ihe successful 
young nuslneas man rloa# in and 
with only 13 ooo dawn Low interest 
montages Rnth very gitractiva 
house# of better than average plan* 
and convtrurtlun Large' • llying 
room* twn large bedrwma, many 
a, tractive feature* t . , or .^ 

Eliher at $ I I ,900 

tvea Mr. ford J-7»oy 


B'ucro bloc* only four y*a»e old, 
t.iort comer Imailnn Nina unit*, oil 
hol-agter heat If you awn ".hit 
one jour financial worries are aver 
Less than halt cash *a n r «« 
t« handle Price nn1v$J9,jUU 
A.*» Fleming. 3-3243. r»* . J-4743 


GORGE 

EXCELLENT VALUE 
TERMS ARRANGED 

TTlf* alt -yeer-dld five-room aturrn 
bun^aicw FEATUKb* Large liv- 
ing room with open fireplace, 
opening lo guesi.ali* dining room, 
la's* eleriri* cabinet I'lchen with 
TTirt# bedroom, living room dm'ng hull, -in nraik la-peted through 
rorm. four. pi#,# ba't.rrsum Hard- hall iwo bedrooms a-plare bath- 
wood floor Oll-O-Matlr heaf Full r'etin full rumreLe basement wi'h 
ha.roient Wllh only g • s « A A piped lurr.se and etirw room, 
13 god dawn .. $ I I ,UUU •ypatatb t*nf Fatllv-kept awr- 

d*n * nr. OD BUY sa.pa 
A ftKfNG PRICE $Y4jU 

Ilian Cornish, ewes 3 >t7g 


$484 Dowr>— Plus Lot 
Controcf Price $8695 

ftpa'JOU* well. planned family bufT*^ 

• alow lour rooms and dinette, at* 
larbed sang* utility room and 
atoreg* oak llort, fully Insulated, 

• *a monthly plus l-iith tai*t , o.it 
square feet 


OAK BAY SOUTH 


rurtof-rspw homo good 
1 avsue'rd on a nF'-eiy 
lot rismorDing Itytnc 
g ronm one larg* h*<i- 
kttrhen and four-plera 
’an tan bvdrs'omt and 
gthiT-m un Daseiuerit 
G-Matir ho: -water hr*i 
*rd mmaru ■'• ennci- 
'o i' This bom* r*»i bw 


IN LOVELY SETTING 
GONZALES 

$3000— CASH— $3000 


$1200 DOWN TO 
APPROVED PURCHASER 

Drive bv *41] Hamvterley Road up- 
posii* Tot>v Jug aver.ooa'ng Elk 
f^g* *«ee our sign ftpartoua bun- 
lalow with eitra rented cabin, 
large Jot fronting nn Pat llav 
Highest roue" commercial To 

XT. OUST* $6500 

Muillpla listing 
Eve* Mr Cuatgnrg, J T9 1« • 


rinse 'n se* tun glimpse- nl 
mnuntainv. eirellently built Th*e». 

edit""', bungalow modern altfh- 
en f .ne aunronm. roomy crvmi.lned 
lit 'oc and dtnirg rooms, DOUBLE 
PLUMBING MOT-WATER OtL-u- 
MATIC heating Se' on grand iwn 
let*, mature garden lawn ro,*- 


$600 Down — Plus Lot 
Contract Price $10,250 

ftmar' ly. |ty|*d rsn.h tip* tilings- 
l«w tn roonva. utility, atorag* and 
a-iarbvd tar port. automaUc nil 
or Paneler *l*ctrle radiant healing. 
Pi.ll insulation I HM square feel, 
4*0 monthly plus |-I3th taaaa 

$845 Down — Plus Lot 
Contract Price $9900 

Rolidiy eon*iru*'*d. stucco finish; 
FULL NABEMENT. 0XL-0-MATH> 
MOT AIK FORCED HP. ATI No five 
room# and utility room on MAIN 
FIOOB Drlve-in garage 434 
monthly plus I 13' h igjet l.itM 
aquara fe*«. 


MODERN 
SEMI-BUNGALOW 
4 Bedrooms ond Den 
Fairfield — Close to Park 


$6500 


MT TOLMIE 

Th" e'Ctaeiiv* 4 room bungalow 
surround*. I by a prativ we., ranker 
a/'er garden, might bg wtiat vm 
hav* been looking foe Th* hnu>< 
!• in Immacuia'a cnndlimn ihrougn 
out and It ha* an nut room ir 
bt>*msnt. Full parilaulait ui*nr 
r*«j'je»' Tat** ONLY 4S4 Cl*ai 

z:» v g T ,:::r $9750 

Mutipia luung 
■ Harris, eres 7 J9fg. 


$7500 


A modern Macro <*rol -hungsiow 
tn immaculate mndtHon situated 
Clove to the Rraeon Hill Para 
ahopa and t'ansjmrta'ion the In- 
tenor rngMatr of ttirougn nail 
living room with flreplacr. dining 
room oak floor*. m"d»rn kltfb»n, 
wired f«r range an" tile sink 
master brdrnnm and knotty pin* 
den and tour-pier* baihrnom on 
th* main floor Cnniealed », air- 
way io three large bright bed- 
room* and thr**-pier# "aihronm. 
all in »er» rtlr* condition, full 
renunt basement copper tank, 
laundry tube and drlve-in garage. 

$12,600 

Evening*. C. Carpenter 1-tfttt 


Call A M Millet 4-7171. 
•yenings, 7-1037 

COUNTRY LIVING 
CITY FACILITIES 

F*»* acres good ami 4 1 ,-rooqi bun- 
galow *. Ill able for elv.rken r#nrh 
or large garden Tavet 1,4 per 
r.ar Tn vl*w tfrTre Aul Me’. ho*m 
Road ro I atnria Road down f itoria 
apprncimately on* mile, c*ir it»n 
on (Me pi.*t Tern.* */rnA 
avsiiab* full price JOJUU 
Call B W Mil baud 4-7171 
nr 3-ii4t, 


COTTAGE 

cut*. White entiar# w-h Iwo bed 
rooiwo, llting rnnm with open fir* 
plara. isninei kronen and bath- 
rimm all furnished and a ran 
aMrmetiia garden dC'ycn 

for only . $j/jLl 

Thl* u in tha errantry. 


Amina** n*h*r n fra ar houses tint 
tree idol * -yaar-ntd seven-roomed 
trir>a*'«w will siand romparivon 
who •nr'-hing offering u»«r,g 
"•Ul j/uia full dining »«om. rte n 
two bedmwrt and glamorous ki'- 
rhen wuh large nook and u'lli'v 
Fin# activIM*' rooin and 'hlfd b*,t 
nr lower |e.*l wllh egtra 'oilei 
h**«n. e'c TV* main ha'hroom • 
.arge and unusually well fitted 
Main rnnm* have wail-to wall 
liea-v brtiartlmtm u»»r hvfflwnod 
Baaemen* hi* nig rrader .tore- 
ronm and Oil -O- Manas • whraet fur- 
par e Garden la" perfe t FricSt. 

-.ro'ST"" $22,500 

Coniac William or IWer* Bailey 
at J 4117 nr «»»• l-tkat 


Call Mr Hop*. 4-4113. e*ee., 1 

DUPLEX 

ROCKLAND AREA 

Bpanou* up-and-down dupieg 
• rvtrng ol S room* on each 
iippe- suite at Sind per month 
hot wa'er beating Lovely ter 
ground* g - -j . 


NHA.5 ROOMS 
Glonford Gofdens 


SIDE-BY-SIDE 

DUPLEX 


43 000 Down uui hr* baeement 
Rimilar description in ebnv* threv- 
betlrocm hom* * l r\ / no 

Full pric* .$ I U.OUU 

Address as* lab I# H-mdav from 
Douglas Haws** gt 1-4444 nr I-3I0I. 


FAIRFIELD 
Uo-ond-Down Duplex 
10-ROOM HOUSE 

CTo**-in up-and down dupieg with 
thr»» lara# rooms snd b»ir> each 
*190 lari# noma In *pou#*CT6h- 


Living room, barbroom ki’rhen wed 
bathroom aarhTrfT# aecarna *n- 
• **nc*' separate light maiyra Oat 
Bav function location, mo anr» 

Full pr,te ooi? $8400 


Can Mr Hope 4-41 It ayes 3 gS34 
nr LAtn BUILDWtO 
Oatsramsai K t#*t 4-4113 

M»mlr*r Real »<■*•* Bnarg of 
Victoria 


HARRY FOSTER LTD, 


HAGAR & bWAYNE 
LIMITED 


• V0 nn\v* r «n *hi» 

ma te#droof7i« » If • » nl 

prir* $5100 

ESOUIMALT LAGOON 

13 300 DOWN New three hed 
rooms. m 'darn home splendid 

r,u $ i o soo 

Mr Neienn, t-7|7| yy«( . |-J»4 


•eetdrtg room* and on# sleeping 
ronm PLUS owner * sail* "f five 
room* and be'h Or"-v monthly 

revenu* of im* Pull bav»ment 

#|tr» forced ho' air hut. An va- 
rrllent rental are# g I A rnn 
Bore# term* $ I 4 , DUU 

T. A Bmlth; eves.. 4-7371. 


EXCLUSIVE 
FARM OPPORTUNITY 
Owner Must Sell 

I* t-re* a 'eg land II CLEARED 
41 WO offered for threw acres mer- 
-hamable timtvei barn for five 
h*vd ho'iae flea rooms ba'h, aobd 
• Oil ’ i * ion . waiex and light Fruit 
tree.. n«w*t# BubdlVIslon poa.l- 
btut »v Beaaoaabl* term* Offer* 

r*2LSya4 .$9100 

Adiu.n.ng IS a- re* vlgarwd. a law 
available 

sag fog 

Mr Hall. Rv*u l-gJ91 O* I-1S7I 


git Yales Street 4-«IM1 

Member Victoria Real Ea'att B"ard 


$4750 


CAPITAL CITY 

REALTY 

430 COBMORAffT 4-19! 

haultain area 

LOVELY BUNGALOW 


THE CITY BROKERAGE 

1AII BLANBHARD ht 
PHONE 4-MI33 - 7-JTTg 


$6000 


A JEWEL 

IN A PERFECT SETTING 
1403 FAIRFIELD ROAD 

Dries be and look over tht» beau, 
tlful h«m* It muvr anld and 
wary quickly OH ho' -water heat- 
ing Combination living and dining 
;oom« a dream nf a cabin*’ k t* 
chan, utility and furnace room 
twn nice bedroom* and foqr-pteov 
bath Wide rerepiton hall Asking 


LEACH & SPARKS 

lilt Blentherd B< Fhona 1-4117 

CITY DUPLEX 
MUST BE SOLD 

DOWN -93 300 


HIGH CLASS 
APARTMENT 
4 Suites — 6 Yeors Old 

A.I »Ul'ev kr» lw»ge wi'h vepgr* a 
WTirrance# *nd fully *e:f-conr*'n#« 
Own** a suit# »*ry noth wt'h 
te^wall carpet* Auloma' e hot- 
ta'er heat T>i ree-car garage Fi- 
rellwBt Ijgc^Tlon TTve P*** •*"r we 


NEWSTEAD 
REALTY LTD 

7*g PORT BTTtEET 


GILLESPIE. HART 


K»w a'lDvrior '-room bungs, "w 
fuU ba-'emenf la-te Hying room, 
tf.n'hg roqm a" I'lir# #»|nev klt- 
• hen * wo bedrooms with stair '« 
unfinishef vpac* fpy iwn more 
rooms No*'* ar.d plumbing for 
'••'a suite in basement gars** 


ARTHUR E. HAYNES 
LTD. 


DOWN 

Two fully self -Cnn'alned aura* 
sepa-ate entrance*, easement heat 
Otis r» tw v lied # 77C/1 

Aaamg yim $ / J DU 


FAIRFIELD — CLOSE* IN 

w*!l-huilt family home. «u' able for 
ball. 


ALFRED CARMICHAEL 


Fairfield Out of tha hrdinarg e*« 
list ic bungalow of a rustic toiiaga 
tep* fntwrtwr i* estrtaaaly surer- 
live with cedar and knotty prow 
riaiati la dtwelte ki'Gien and living 
room llliNi A rough bntt firs- 
olaca with h»a' ilatitr compleu* a 
homeiik* toaifwrtabla lounge far »•- 
laiatioa Two gnod sias bad'ooma 
with twin rloihw* aurbwarda %g« 
to completely l«r.lstrS ov>« nAdeC. 
by autsrmatio ml . flawy furnace. 
Copper water pip* electric hoi 
water heaUe. haary wiring and 


UNIQUE WITH CHARM 


Hinini enitahie 


ttr:nr H-vm flinrng room and den 


MOUNT TOLMIE 


■krlvjsl** ageo'4 


Vhedrnom it«rr o bungalow apet- 
i»*. rondlt'oa tfeuig room timing 
room o:red krrehen Oil-O-Matic bit 

pa-rage unit, basement. CQQTC rw 
4* *g* hi i> . J““f J m* 

PWwse ask far Mi Edward* B*va . •**! 


Con tart Mr Wright 3-41)7 

Bvaningi 7-7444 


awning* a 


Boormon Investment 
Co. Ltd. 

414 VIEW gTMTT 1 7734 


FAIRFIELD 


LEACH & SPARKS 


$9700 


_„we*n The Colonist and Yatca 

A'lraciiy* wen -hum siding bungs- ...... 4 

tnw a I fire nrtght. lunar -aom, Ph ' ,n ' * 7Ul 

a*d full baserrant Hire open Im 
douhle gsrag* Eitra finished 

room In baiement ,cg laiea A Members Beal Estate Board of Vic. 

• n OiTtV ^i’v 1 : laifa^ii^fo^d MvvJllqJW I sal lag kuiaag. 

jermv *w c»*h Reduced e/oro 
for quirk *a.e tn iOr JU 

Krn Waitera VStgg evenings. 


rot. arrongwd $7500 

RALPH H WILSON 

3 M13 


ntUMMlVB UBTWQ 
CNnihct Me Wngrt. 1-4117; 

Byes 7 ItM 


ITjjLB BUuKBiUvCJb 


m A HUMBER LTD 

tm broad rr i i 


HOLLICK 


134 Yarrow ||<g. 

Ml B- -I" e*>t> It 4 


TV\« 'Royal Trust Com pony 


RKALTY LTD 111 * Quadra. 3-7114 
off era 


Alter hour* phirna J D Gunn. 
4-3044 


LAKE HILL 
FOUR BEDROOMS 
Oil-O-Moiic Hot Wofer 


130 BEACH DRIVE 

EkcIu*iv« 


JAR B*T Owner waving tnva 

null aell brltht well-built nnrr.a 
o|lh throe bedroom* >* st-w f»B- 
•hert rmun tn baianlanti Homo th 
tgr*llen* condition and rota plat# 
a tin Orl-O-MATTC MOT-WATIR 
KKAT1NO FU»a location near ehnp- 
,,n. emtro ^ $ IQ, 950 


COLWOOO PARK 
646 ISLAND HIGHWAY 

A magnificent ratal*, rumprtsing a 
larga wall-bu.lt hnma of unique 
design, (landing In a gardener * 
dalighf of flowayt fioworlhg shrubf 
*Bt traer ore- looking th# golf 
rvtirae Th# »-tat* itwnda on Tl 9 
acre# with' would ha most rultaoi# 
for •>shO|*,ama Drlrg Sul this 
wawk-end and rail 

▲mold Phtlrpaen at I-U 39 . 


$1500 DOWN 


nreoant Im-a'ion f'va - room 
••qcc* bungalow oii-G-Maur hot- 
air naa'ing Urtng room dining 
room tit-han wired fay aiectrie 


FAIRFIELD 

A*rrwe**va o. -oern atvicrw bnnga' nT 
of five bright, aunnr ronwit with 
full daylight "aaement Lavely 
ls-ga i;v ng room Ilia flreplare 
romnact aiectrie aitchen won nice 
dinette off Iwn ri>*arf<it bedroomt 
A>- -ooditlnnad all * Reeling A 
r**l1y grand home gtieed oelow 

VT, $9500 

Krn Waiter*. M1M. avenmga. 


Baqui nait-Vlc bn' I roomi 

raid liwawl larg* 
room* Fireplace JJ 

Brnoi Hagai* 1-7194. Bvea 


$2975 DOWN 


$9500 


A S MILLER 

Real Estate and tnauraaea 
US# Biaashard Btreei j 


The Conodo Trust Co. 

1139 Government Bliaot 3 t,|| 
Dtvigla* W'Hard 4 *o«g 
A. Low man. 1-3937 


TV,? Royol Trust Com pony 

!»• Ooaarament B» 3-4139 

Baaoingv 3-9733 


JOHN GREENWOOD 

3-7*41 - 1341 Broad B4. • Km 1-7743 




S7 HOUSES FOR 8A1JC 57 HOUSES FOR SALE 57 HOUSES FOR SALE 57 HOUSES FOB SAI.F. 59 PROFFR1T FOR SAUK 59 PROPERTY FOR SALE 59 PROPERTY FOR SALE 


Rat l)( dalontft. Victmefci 35 

S-nrfny. M. r 1, 1VS5 


rot' K ROOM HOUSK. IS ACM*: 
light. water. phone tunable V LA 
Bus 1131. Victoria Preaa. 


B HAWN1GA.N PARK — WE AKX 
p> • *r d lo tnaiunf* ton (flr bnv 

U.’ui MBlnsiU* mervu from 6 . 
fc»r.i Lodge 'Tormvriv the Girls' 
Brhool* Ie subdivided Into rha..*r 


NORTHWESTERN 
SECURITIES LTD 


WHITTOME'S 


WATERFRONT 
HOME SITE 


SPITTAL LTD 


HICKS 


C N Montague 


HJUK'KOOU BUNOALGW <<«■ 
(*5_or lour acie*. VXL ari'»%’%vd 


REALTY LIMITED 


TORONTO < BUPV 


REAL VALUE AT 


Lify ond Inner Harbor 

E»riu»iv» Doi ng 
* ••••-. ' •.'.**■ * 
' - *»n 313 -Don » n-IM Ihle HIGH •>:« hardwood floors thr •ujftnjt 

»-. T w QUADRA rrvrhut h.ure fi.urci y Mir* miiii kttcaul, lull ua»e- 

V-f t T OAKAvjt null) in rbairr duiriri. Revenue iron QagtUTlren: *IM of city 

451-0 i Siilld.'y built. centrally lo- ujiixr -three-room tune. »«S plu* »nd M,*jrn n-'ier front living 

««trd on v *1 .* tit uptown property. li** ttromt ft* own*; on n,»m room CQO^O 

doing g;ml » -»ro jiij iutn «n.l fi^or hull bo ement. Lor** )»• pc»*r--lon 3>OV3U 

•toraga Un-lt.-** No oil company low taie* Pfrrm don't mu* :hv Ur. Tk>!oe 4-aW4 |)t> . 4 4402 

u»-up. P Uoly 1 4 room to* ssua cttuct of o lifetime Reduced nrtcc Tn-mmi rr 

</f* Blinding prop* rtf and at] »i OOfl for % root tfQC r\r\ LLUbt IU JUKILtt 

equipment tnuudtq* repair stock huy at *. ioJUU 52200 Down 

m,UT * ■■ •* Z" Atl 00% c iil 1,145 

? .* ** *' CAfi OOO low o! «>- Mama Living iouB 


•ale tri the near future. Hi* rao, 
it ucdrr tuna'rar .ton sad wit) In 
ci mp rted abort!?- tun 3 to II 
mil be viffrrrd *• prlrrg :*'cl;n 
from MOd m l! »oo with fnu.Uget 
from to to IBu Furp'an and fur- 
tber detail*, p raja coctart Sir. W 
U Cani*:uri ihe B C. land K In 
rntram: Agenc-v L!8 922 Govern 

mem S' 4-4113 Ei .ua'tr Mint 


A smoke 

bomb lound In n discarded air 
force kttbu^ expired in a bon* 
tire and caused severe burns 
lo four small girl* playing In 
a garden. Detectives said It wa* 
a miracle the children weren't 
killpd. All that was left of the 
eithMnch bomb whs a twisted 
PROPERTY WANTED piece of metal about tour Inches 
raou. j to j acre* lunfc. 

or without a bouaa. Uuil — 

*aai) ti.s and b* In l4-ml!( rAVIIIC l.Kiar I A- II BN K All WAY 


nt» oouoLa a siRxrr 3 3104 

ai'poatri ucusonb bay stohs 


$1975 DOWN 


RETIRE HERE 


Full $7750 Price 


ecu. 

mice 


u.iablr fur • »rni(.lu* Phwn* l-SJAT 


$4750 


10 MILA POINT HALT A CRY, 
buildmi tat lixtly «trw. 11.900 at 
cffrtx. Phc-na 3-3303 


PKMBKHTON. HOI MEB t TD 
too} Oovrrnment Btrt«t 


OPPOHTCHITT 
Saanlrb Prnin.ola 
!3 «ru&l* -»rir ( that bar* «h» 
mattnf Of a lilahlt nrodarmr 
property. Lri*! srll-dralrird Trwin 

anil r»mily owtintig »tra«bern*» 
and Kcantu-rrir*. r*rfli*nt «ai*r 
•apply Onrr lornd \g »*Hr- 
Aakluc prur »12«no r^r appntm* 
mrat roll W H At Uabim at UYAI* COVE WATEHPBONT 04300 
3-*U7 nr rvratnyi 7-1438 o» Pd 
Clar* at 2 *117 «r rirntr,*. 3-1141 
N*«Atrail It»a]'y 744 Kart Btn 


1 ACRE CLSARCO UMD IOIAL 
bu..di-ifi lUt. Liu Halt; and »at*i. 
Itrayrr Road t-4268 


WILLOWS 
3 BEDROOMS 
$3000 DOWN 

No *30' Th» 6i!*rrw an r*«aon 


Mr Hue. 3-3104 Anytime 

ONE WOMAN 
CAFE 

Ttk» »*rr t’lmnrriw a> U Crvrn- 
i*’*al ral(~x>7t:» all »«iuipni(iTt in* 
i.udinii two <leep-(r»r** unit* for 
pop and tea cream and large cafr 
frid«e Lt<w trot. In crfjtr* uf 


BEACON HILL PARK 
Gracious Liyinq 
With Revenue 

w* J-r'in»trtirt*iI and b»uut;I .’I] 


Un SPECIALIST IS . IN NMKD OP 
tot* to Kll. city and «ln*«-ln Saon. 
tih ir».‘*rr*d Liat your baldin** 
• lift Mr NlchaUou J.310L Harry 


In pin >ant part of Wiilow* 
dtjunti* landuatird Pull baiemeut 
Oil-O-Ma'lc hr* CactUrat value 
at an asttn* prt-i € ^ 


LARON BIAimnn-LY TREND 
likitk. in P*r»imtniyn ltd 2-0731 


$1350 DOWN 


TVOOR A VP , TEN 


am! den. larir* livin* 
irepla. e e«e*n*4il fT0Or». 

i main floor, 
on O- flail* 


SI 600 LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
, n ‘i-™V LOW MONTHLY 

.(JUKI ! I No li^li Pavmn u nn tht* modern 
. «ltua'*d f.ur*: inrr.-amt-b* a etii([it b u n * a- 
u**i • tin la*' Built Juit 14 -(ari, glma«t 
■tlllgblfuli ! ■ vMi ■ room flrrptatr two b*'J. 
os court rwnu. on* twin on and bath h*- 
tl»ely fur- i»**b Cabinet kltrSan. sired for 
-jjjr iccu- r*n»* Pull B**fin*u: w th tso- 
tn »*iT-con'»'ncd *uii* P ir- 
*••* #:,d at'.a Srif (aragr lata* 
hfarntn, l«ndirar>*d, et* Oood lo- 
•»ri3fi clear tit:» a«.d tow down 

rsrsA $84oo 

♦ Mr Drew. J-g»5; Yr*».. 2-4480 

WIFE SAVER 
GORDON HEAD 

No *60 Ueti* n*tf tor modern llr- 
m* » »*ry charmmr ihr**-u*dro<i<!i 
rain'll >!>!a bunguio* in popular 
Our < 2 on Head wp.ft iit:*mral and 
fully -Aniomatfr on Tiraun*. pin* 
attatbrd i:arporr Thli automatfr 
itucto bungalow sin »urome you 
in if you itnuire * tira*-aavin| 

:n nr thr**-tirarrom oungr 
r- atonauly priced end with rural 

• t-mvaprtwr* Us a top location tll*n 
I a n *ura mat mu bom* » ill 
pl*l>* irou. Atm *[■*!•* tor Uj» 

Ci**co Thumb ,1 '.uu |n>t a «»!.-!rn 
ftse I'riBi ruinti-dln ns r.^sm 
combination kitchen nnd BarbrooTi 
»r» lnmetbinc 1“ IJ mu»t »**. «o 
r»l) Inr your appuintipriu ui view 

’ $10,500 

Call Mr Wcod. 3-4233. 

Hri Kra.lnu JIM 

CALLING BUYERS 
To 1010 Craiqdarroch 

Tn *>an<in* Ifell fin* taml'r home Lltflf bant 8f *i*r. - r. 
«MctL U tn Jisiraattslai* rnnditldB priolll* Ijrc* Urtn; rddl 
ihruughnui. ft rompritei hail d*n )ar*e k.'tchcn modern r 
sub flT»p!ar*. larg* living room bedroom*. goo 4 l-tU* d:i 
»uh an a. uwrtiiRere nf”fft«rn tu**t- (hr** b«'hrr«m*. o«k V. 
ur din log room tiMstf kiuhem malic oil n>‘-vai*r Iim 
open »'»irsay la threw, bedrnofn* |ft» pmj*e,*Ti lla« even 

• ml bsihrnotn ma.ter bedroom tuu id dnlr* « 11 uafed 

!*t!7 with two ilrniM ronma, oak lovely high po« 

floor and flrephtre flewood and |» r - # gttenhou** and " 
third hedroiim* are aUa lar*« with |, u tu,r..» an c . 

ample rlolhev cliiaete full bare- 5 , 

m«nt with rumpo* to n» and oil T „ m , «, r%n , M 
ho’-sa'er hea'ing The lot n»» u , g,,,^ g.ysog *»» 


daullng view nf ih* ti'y Metlrul- brdiuoirv 

»u< wartmaiAOvp * tha' mu*’ he nw»m 

aean lo b* *ppr*. laltd Oll-O 


CORNER CITY IOT. BVITAULN aBpru*lui»C«ly 'i-acr* lot Prllata 
hanir or dui-i*i 1930 4-jlbA buyer II 000 caaii maiUnum- Phone 

72 X 124 OOOD DRAIN AON. 1330 I 8 '. 1 ? — 

Arrow Huad off CeJar Hill 7-1334 WANTED- OAK BAT LOT, QUIET 

d Pinct, 3 -2384 

51 At KKAliK FOR SALE 


tion CaminlUea .’f the Pacific Great 
Kaatem Rttlnf Cwmpanv at the ntficw 
Bf tho Minuter uf Roi'.uas*- ParUaxiicM 
Butldfnfa Victoria H C up to 13 
o'clock noon. Alunday. Mat » lu3.i 
Ppe.-tfl. u'.lunt and. pjo.wwul (ornu mae 
he oMair.ef from tl.r SUli * of t K a 
fiepulv Mlfilater uf Hallwava. J33 DOUk- 
lai Hal Lung. Victoria. II C 
TJ',* las *»t «r any Ichtttr wifi not 
uetBAaonty be accepted 

UON w H, T CHrr\yYKt\ 

Altntater of tl..tl»«y». 

8 V OtNDffMON, 

Vue I’tcoldaiiL 


furnace 


P. R. BROWN 


EXCLUSIVE 


CHOICE PROPERTY TRANS i'AN- 
i.la Highway Mill Bat 10 setoa. 
Eight-room houm. foil basement, 
•lectric pump, laundry tuba tur- 
ns.-* Well and cfeek Dumuf roof 
Oarage two laree uttlltv bulldin*i 
Pruit ireet. been**, ruckerlei Fire 
nilnule* from hearb E»i-*l!*nt boat 
anchorage Price 112,3110. Owner. 
phtMia Cobble Hill 34X3 


BUILDING Li 


Brentwood Waterfront 

Very ntr* two btdroair <***!•*(• 
living room »nd Urspiare. good 
»l*e mou.ru cabinet- Ml* fpn, be*e> 
IMnt-.ai id -flit MCt. eeptratr ga- 
rage ana DuroW roof Wonderful 
view of Uthlng ground Can It* 
bandied on **r? »*•• cTOCr\ 
term! Price j/JOU 

C*:i M; D) lull 4-9204 eir. 2-J«9 

Burn^'de-Ttllfcum • 

New. tsi> bedroom i. 1a-»r .UUUJ 
ruum and fireplace through hall 
Pembroke batn. cabinet krt.-heti 
am: dining . pace claar .to Iran*- 
par'atiod and ichoi i c~TOr\f\ 
Pull price 5/OUU 

M- Dyaon. 4-92U* oci. 3-366H 
Low <u.sn pavnirnt. 

Burnside-Millqrovc 

MACS **rn -loioral'iw a* !«•* Burn- 
•Id* lot :on*!2» Ta.-. rerma. A lx. 

Dynon 4-9308 fvu , 2-3H4.9 

5 1 500 — Down — $ 1 500 

Two-bedroom modern bungalow, 
living < urn firep.a.e ,* 11101-1 
kitchen full ba>emeni atlh two- 

PSTpyw* $8000 

lltlanre av r*n' lovely v round*. 
Mr Dv..« 4-9)0* ev. . JC«». 


Mrtahton a:rewt are*. wi»l24, 8*23 
Qua-Irt-Cook. 61111)4 18 -0 

? lcnktr,*op one *cr« »l «04i 

en Mift Point, *e* vie* 
Aoiiru . . *1.0041 

TSUrrul. tak tic. Iiinjitf. 81.323 
Ml. Tn!nie-Klchrrt>ni1 corner 81.300 
Mt Toimir. PEnmuratr — » 

acrev ^ B3S 

I'i.MilER TON. HOLMES l TP. 
1002 Ouieriih en! Birct: * nisi 

P -4 CkaeltOtr: »»r< J »«*' • 


Burblcc*. 3-3104. an > tuna 

HAULTAIN 
50PFR-TUNITY' 

i». — Liand tics thsk* Dv* 

buagalf* cat finoca llirough- 
L*rg- living ro-iir tn goad 
TV area clou to but and *1 haul 
VS. to L dining ruuin. ;aq Urge 
b» !p<on-.» and brlkht, runny kit- 
XtlciL Concealed »t*irway Could 
i* two nvflrounta up Puii cement 
haeernent with drlir-m garage 

ES*"* $10,250 

J-Siei. Eves, 3-0177 


ELK LAKE AREA 


• il^uted <>i> a rorurr 
Ihe Ak*nua Uca -Ul ui . 
>*n>'4ir' irge living r 
gun. cit.iru kitcifen 
plav-e oa-.ftroou! me 

• .n lu.m UnyUirs 

onif." . natnruora 

. Puii bave-nent ft 
cayrontp le-i.*.*. 
Take* »I0« 'Sole 
1 or Dad to nave r.sr. 


Victoria D C 


neighl 


TVS il.VE ACKU APPUOXIMATK- 
lyr eight-mil* circle in Haanlrh 
Lovele me pioparly. fsiiug an 
good highway, partly treed. Abaut 
two acre* cleared and in paaturw. 

Eacellent water auppfy, |i «00. 

Kve« Mr Manro. 3-1.88. Yta*«i 

MUco* 87« Yatea. 3-9413. 


Tf .Ytll Rk ION FIRI IVsi’RANn 

Teniferv will Be "received unfll rtiwn 
Monday. May laUt. 1 m'» as iitag of fire 
of Ihe accoiuttanv Kotal J 1 0 1 * # 
Huapifal Motor la. fl C far lire ln»i.r> 
anew under aehedulr uf blanket fire in 
*uran.-p i n hnagil'al building* and equip- 
n-ent. aubjen In the fallowing condi- 
tion*. 

F7tw I'uturanre u 10 be in une puller. 
In amount uf Ithjrragjno fni threat 
year period commencing Noon, June 1 
ll»» and noma of unoerstmng company 
rrift te wMMHeg AU tender* must 
be submitted In dupllcalr. 

Further information may lo- obtain'd 
* • «.«** *ha accountant. Be al J pule* 
Hoffittal. 

Tlie loweat tender nr inv >rnder will 
noi ueceaearlly be accepte-). 

ROYAL JfHlUCN HOSPITAL, 


DUNCAN 


EXCLUSIVE 
3621 Savannah 
$ 1 800 Down. 


Wuft *3 oon do* u or Wih lake 
boaie m Vicwma a* dovro parinent 


BS ACRKAGK WANTED 


HlOH QUAPH3 Pour-rnom it 11**0 Teem 
burigalii* 18 year- old living r in 
with ftrepiar* tp.flBn wti n*w 
all range two h*dr, ima fnur-pir * 
hath, lot »l»* 30*131) Taaet nnly 
880 lota nf nice lr .«t «: 

Mum Huirliaa* uf u ic*- v!'» 
payment* l«3 p*r in r. nth ,r.d ‘-~'Q 
ea*h. nr nay IJAOO dusn and 143 
per month uu mortgage. nalab<* 

■in agreement of sale at 810 if 
• It per month B-e the » / -vnn 
bo’ll*. ih*n -** m r 'trt i JO/Uw 
fl E Mills, 4.1034 re* 3-8*11. 


tVvo to nvK ArnB» within io- 


1016 FAIRFIELD 


Herk»>, 


230-H-- Quiet and •'eluded !u»t 
aeven irarc old and n*at *• * 
pin 1 wq nit* bedroqm- coo<l-’lr« 
Fi v it 1 c room f.Air-plee* Pembruar. 
n utirrn br.iht kit. hen and den. 
Rrparaic garage and workshop. 
Very a'tracuv* uutr.e anil arnuhdt 

$9650 

Air Bc'Wirk. 2-31U4 Anytime 

AN OPPORTUNITY 

)19-»I.- To rrriT th. *«»tnD uf 'lil» 
really de«ir*Ble rupgalnw at Port- 
age Inlet Attra.'4tv~ (WKll rouru 
a lift fireplace 1 st well- appmn' * rt 
brdri-qin» foor-piece Pe-nbroke. and 
»fnYT$Vi* kitchen ReaiiV • r„c« 
penp»rty f^r sar-me to 


12. ‘00 dawn ii.t-ro.im •'. -j.nj bun- 
xal.'S comprleinc fwo-ierom »oae 
r«hled l o per -rn'inlh with ailii- 
ti .»! -ivlri, r >nm. rtlt.lng ruum. 
bejr.nm kitchen and balhrm.m. 
.a-rtneai i.ai-a.r furnace >rpsr- 

$8950 

A WONDERFUL HOME 

A lovely tiwoom bungalow, ran- 
pn»mg vug rpotn i««ia * very 
aMt* ‘.ie # .trli • a'c i.r kltrhen. 


OAK BAY 
WATERFRONT 
A Select Home 

A d*l igfllXui and *ell-r<fO*‘ructed 
bungalow of • riwtmi Thrcdlgh Hal. 
living r*,"in with large plcturr » H» 
do*- iMnti.g ruuiu and 3 Roo-i - i»* 
brdr'iomt modern '*tiln*t klielHU* 
Ha row cs.d flror# OU-tr-Matt. hr* 1 


WANTED- 1 8 ACHES OH MORE 
In Gordon Head. 3-0I8J after 13 
noon. 


APARTMENT ROVED l.OTI 
Pslrfield K «•! €"*140 *3 700 

Lamp’.m. Eiqulmalt. dcipli t 1 -, 

1 7 > I J 878* 

1 1 oe«. corner lot Ik ooo 

Klrhmuao and Argyl*. dupx 
die It r >00 

Mew tr. abirve Ccu* 80(120 82 330 
Call the I -u SiwcUlUt Mr HUhol- 
m»o 7-2*0) Harry Pw«ter Ltd^ 

S- 2801. 1*19 l3wugl*( Blrrrt 

veer u.. eir GLiJ VVk-'-T tt’lAll 

lag f'v.Bt Pour-rtWntr- 7te*rte-n*w t-qngsi'tw 
v,r> sum- atilt ab e It«r t*o people a'tno»t cue 

In fact acre uf land ire**, *" lie’ s 

thing you ••*' T T)i# price i. *7 ».0 V. u 
'■n faur Miould •** flu* bef'-r# )«u decide, 
tino with Afr R «ndail: rv.nlni’ J '1*7 
*: I other t lEGKf IE RANDALL LIMIT I'D 
,, r\r\r\ TOT Uouelaa Street «-«l09 


KMS FOB SALK 


Gnly tlgh* year’ ms H't.uaif 

high Gorge Uil kd(130 

i ement bave-i.e; • cr.vc in t* 
fast b* s ci UninTT *- 7 , 
fstefy. PUH pr * T*rm« J/O 
Tboas K t mill t-tir-4 or 3 

$1400 CASH 

Brand n*« 4 -ram 
■alow wl'h full b»** 

In gsrag* 3'i-mlie 
• lutlve lllUn.- 


<>ur pt**a batliroom 
sMinent with ter* 
t» ncciag Dr>»e- 
ded wtf f •*. ea>( 
or* to c]iy and 
• ra Very (pick and 


Till 4 oKPOn WIIIV or IUL 
tt Dim rut or utk nai 
TIMil KH Ink « AM 

Tender* will !.• twryurd |.» the Cle 
to Ilia P»Ura Hoard up tu 3 00 |ii 
PrUiay. Atav tl. 193a. fur 

One 1095 Sedan Drihcty 
and 

One lat# model u»*d Cuach. 

A lO.vl lYnnac C-ia.H la t» traded 
* r. J kii ha caauiiiied by appcintm, ■ 

Ten, ( ra lo Uiiiuda l « iua( af Ira. 
ferrltig aecr.mi,** to the new raf 

Ig>we*t or any tender not n*<e««*t. 
aci-rpted. 

f fl MART 

Clerk to Die Poll.-* Board 


$8400 


hlUJll.ni TAMM 

P.,r dale cr Leave L«rge plant 
with building*, hem** for help and 
owner, equlpmnu tar prui-f*iiog 
grading and delivery. Good return* 
in. irK*«tment for many tear* 
silk e*lat4l>hed whale* tie ccm.tt- 
t.mu Bp.endld oppoilunltr a* 
■■a ntr retiring bacau** of health 
R»ou re* mlritmum i vpltst 115 onO 
tuuaai* I 1 i. * u < t • • «i 1 enia 
avaiUbtd Pat: * Pmil'rv r*-m LfJ 
424k Uniifta* pi.-eev Victoria. BC 


EASY TERMS 
Excellent Value 


$7950 

4-4181 

5-SUITE APARTMENT 


BEACH DRIVE 


Price 


LOT 811*124. IN GOOD DlStltftT 
‘r.mt. 
Tin* 


behind Iter 1 


S7100 


r bed* Tha. ailcaniai’e* nf * hate appointed ui exclusive *8-nt* 


nr kitc.'irn, 
dawn, three 
a 4 1 erratic 
t- Approgf- 
landecwpeii 


ci-un’ry hoove a few minute* from i„, 
downtown Term* C70^n Pr 

Mrar. ed Pull pile* 5 / rJU 

Mr Newton • Whit* 2-3104. Anytime y 

SAANICH j 

$1000 DOWN - ; 

Ond-H ■ Sii-tuovn family hirre. ^ 
Pull IwaeDient .eparatr garae* 

rii.e in achnnu in minute* dree — 
fr>m •fly. Oor>d-'-.<e garden ItiU 

$7350 is 

Mr Plddirk 2-3194. Anrtlina _ 


DON'T OVERLOOK 

•723 LINCOLN 

BEACH DRIVE AND UPLAND* 
AREA 

BUILT JUST NINE MCNTfiS 
TOUR BARGAIN ON EA3Y 1ER348 

• TOO’ 

rim house sale is holoMo 

UP THE BOAT TO ENOt.AND. * 
120 UU0 VALUE POfl lit *09. 

Reiter then new at a ole *»eing— 
Hrtter die' rlri too Owner a (Oil- 
ing Will aho* Phone 
k.eht Wm. 1 full) UauptlleBch. 
1-2323. 

ill tatand Highway 


VICTORIA EttillT Mil KB OOOD 
reaid*ntial property tnrludlng irri- 
gation bulb at d drawberry larm. 
Beautiful view*. o*n tiout lace 
Eacellent ali-ele- trlc house Oll-O- 
Mam 31- ..Jem 1**4 milage Pine 
outbuilding* Going concern |J7,niiu 
itwn-ihlTdt sterling accepted*. 
Rand*niao. riutperl Lake l'o 


LOTS rrn SALE oft ha 

Three-mile, circle, .saanlch, *De m*tl^•.• 

•a * :er. pne# »i caa t*o l"t« ground 

near Royal Oak Avenue and Hlen- a«K ne 
klri”>p Hoad ii") * 2*d' idial Ima- _ 
tlnn, prlc* i960 r«ih Plea** tthnnw M , 
Cliff Or*«n 8-JJ3», Western Hutnal 


NOTICE TO CHI I'll OH A 

In Ih* Mailer sf Ihe I Gale nf W1L 
IJ\M llttKIM Oft I M, Ul* of \l«. 
kwris. RltlDh Calsmhta. whs (it( a! 
Ylrtwrla Ilf , an lb* 1th day »f 
Pehrwary. Ittdk. 

I'ftEDi UiRR and (>tl>er* hating rlalma 
acalurt the above Kalaie are rruulreil 
13* tc «end full partlrulara of MCll 1 lalma 
to tli* can a, is petmarirtit Trust Com- 
paro. 714 Purl siieef Victoria, nr, 
on nr before Dm jnth else of >ii*e. |9N\ 
afirr which dale Die eatolr , aaaet* will 
t* (ttlfrlbute.l l.avtng legerd onlT Iq 
claim* of wv-xh llta evecilor* diatl hats 
Mceived notice 

PATH, ai Victoria British Columbia. 
Ihli 20th da. nf April, 11*33 
THE CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 
COMPANY. 

By their aolii-ttoK 

Camer'-n and Cnrnrron, 

Sll Koval Trial nidg„ 

Victoria BC 


L Mu a 

LOTH PGR SALE 

Tliree-Bllle clrr (Uet .fl. * -r 
to \J K* price III 0 Two Ini* !,*»! 
Hny»l Ouk Avenue and Blenklh*"P 
Dnait. 100 a270 , Ideal Ima’U.u 
price 13.60 each Pltaoe Phone Cliff 
Gnen 8-313I. Weal rrn IL.ine* L:j . 


-ANSDOWNE PARK 

Only 3 Lots 

HEMAfNIN.l IN THIS EXCLUSIVE 
SUBDIVISION IN OAK RAY N OH Tl! 

$2200 to $2400 

3* 'ME WITH VIEWS 


in< eti 

rrntH 


A. BERNARD 


Af 'are went lr*U» 'hl> three-bed. 
room home 0.1 linden Lively 
fare* kll 'hen. u'tlfM off nparmue 
Hying room and •lining room oil- 

O-Matle h"*l Drier- * 1 c -TCCN 
In earat' Pri. * 5 I J, / JU 

Mr* Welling. 4 8054 <jr 7-2191 

A REAL GEM 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

Rer* H tha moil delightful hune* 
low you have ever ***n In lh^ 
price range l 190 *quare feel, three 
>**-* old. featuring five Unte 
rooms plu* laundry r.«>m Kepsrate 
garage Thi- ltor,ie 1 . N II A Vilit 
A real qusllfp product ep/AA 
OJ.it a real g’-rn si 4>OOtJU 

Bui aea tt now Call I. t Klik, 
4-8034 Hr* 3-86)8 


HIGH QUADRA 


11 a'lractlre *l*-ruum • 
.irilow (Ituste I In high 
identl*! uUirltff Through 


MrmMI V 


WENMAN DRIVE 


i'-rdon Head 

d Sen Juan 

building lou. 
d num-e.-ed 
82 ft frost- 


I oak Door, etacrrl' cai-tnet k l- 

rhea !*'• »p» t mu* nrdrnmm# hub 

pin a bathroom, lull cement bare- 
me;il situ ei'r* finished bedruum. 
OU-O-Matta heat Inrge l*vrl Ini 
l«w tax**. **.;y term* available 
OWNER LEAVING PUR ENGLAND. 

S£ k $10,950 

Piea«« '*:i N Prfitnard. 


P. R. BROWN 


OAK HAY t St 

Cnmmerrlal lui In ih* heart of th* 
buvtnr-' awrtli n mu *4 he eeld lm- 
li rdiel' ;. Atm f*»ur choir# r**t- - 

dencial ln*a at Ten MU* Point, from 
812311 tu 81.273 I..'*.. 4-5H8I ? 

Itsrrte A Tud> r AaetlCh ' 3-t ! Jl- h 

VALLRYVIEW minOlVlBION 

Doucua and MrKn.*ie Av-nuer N!n* • 

■ lie* are a’lll available. 94 .11 A IlMa • 
air available Your enguirlr* 10 
pir.mt i v attended tn CmUil >1* •* 

M LelUn. IGard IHfe«U»wfti ( n 
Lid 774 P.rt BtreeL 4-7116 dar» 
4-8171 evening*. 


• •* l IBs — I'lniMy nained on III 
enveloiai “Offer fur WeUker* ' will i.« 
received bt M>r norteralened tip l« 
noon May 17th. 185 1 , lor 
a DRKO re. tide ivt-e I.lnrotn Welder*, 
10 lip. 3-phaee, 440 volt, output 2bg 
amp* a* fi.lUjW*; 

TA 45131 1 TA 4JIW78 

TA ijytsft TA 1 ) 11*1 

TA 422*17 TA 483481 

located “aj I* and where L“ al tba 
T T Ptlrev Teehni. af lin t 
Anpllrailnn lo view ahojid made 
In Mr Baler nr Mr Runar, F T Fairs# 
TViTmlral irnlt VI* I or la High Hrlinnl 
O round*, Grant Rtrre* Victoria, he 
tseen tie hour* Iim and ] pm. wee* 
•>*•*. exr* r>’ Haturdav 

Unit* will be *rild eepsra’etv and 


OAK BA7 

Up to f« OOO ail ca*h far four-ruam 
bungalow. 

13 OOu c**h. gocal monthly payment* 
for three-bedremm bungalow, op to 
13-17 year* old. Quirk >*Ie If 
euttable Call Mr. Wllklnaon *1 
Pr*#er W*ci*#. 1**411; ever. 3-8781, 

WANTED IMMEDIATELY 
Quality bungalow having thre* 
b»'irouina and flea on one floor. 
Oak liar. Upland* c-r Lanedowne 
*<•■* up to all nun call N»r*. 
Blilrley. 8-8124. »»**, 4-84M. 

pertibeDon Holme* l.'O., 4-8124. 

1603 Government Street 

ihe ML.li WANTED AT ONCE FOR CAHH s , 
rven-year llltri , fit*. room n;det-i»,ie «*un- 
galnw un to if 8M. a,*o up-Uuwu 
dupl«» Urg'Bi Call J»'k Brows. 
4-8124 eve* (-4074 I’rmWr'.ou. 
Holme* ltd 4-8121 I001 1’ **«»- 


M I Aims WANTED 


JUBILEE 


55LD WANTED TO RENT— ROUSE WITH 
two to live acre*. 18-mlle cltrle. 
good rwr* nf land and building* 
timaldcr option to bur 8-IU8. 


•OLD 


OAK BAY LOTS 


See Our aigno 

nskdovne Ho«j 

UDoh>tru'»M viewi 


r wsrhlntlon • 
aundar* and k’U 


TWO WATERFRONT LOTH o’i 
All Uav R »i Pr.n»i Ifarbur Fill- 
rev suitable r**id*nLal n* • otn 
merna) ui • Trule « bargain «i 
11 o«i for bo'h *b h in !•■ lr* 
*#r*.rrwble ahed ft L O Pap* 
» Inauren'e 1 $ Repf'V, ^»7 
Real on Avenue. ttl<ln*J, B < 

CHOICE LAflOE-BlXE BUILDING 
lot, Kingvwnod Biiud.r 
H-ghwey 0 
Lick*. I non 


HIGH QUADRA 


and t.r A COMFORTABLE HOME 
$2950 A PRODUCTIVE ACRE 


SAANICH LOTS 


home i* locale.' 0 
iruhvenllsl elreete 
l'» area Thl* l» - 
_;j» beautifully bulli and fin* 
i |<«* t»*»t ef haroeiind f our* 
ful *!*• trnm living form 

1.. 1,e room windows There 
i,t, hail lovely lirni ton n 

1 .. 0n*, cabinet kitchen Flro 
and four-piece bathroom. 

f * -edtrinm* Full baierr.en* 

,mp etelv flnlelved room* In 
•*- • tr.g M*'*m I* fm- 
frinaetct type Lot 
!«nd*' «-.icrt with 

IT UROENTI.Y WANTED 4 OR 6- f^T melted ’Pfn.nV 
^n.000 ruum bungalow wi’h baaeraenr good j-gjiy rv*v 7-)*M 

, j 1 j.uuw garden, in arva or Oak Bar Avenue 5[>*rk( til) ItUn'Karl 

«»1 Buudaja and Untdwn* R -a.i 47 non in — 

mlHM - if* 000 Mr. ito'Klck of PT\ IHp® of BlIAnlJfllAfl L^K 

Hirki HFoiTf'UmrM 2^104 front with i«i rotUv 

’ UAV — — - - riMin-e and three-ple's 

• I3AT WANTED NOW I trie light, elgcltjc putt 

nea.iiw Miuih of the For cash client — Two-bedroom home float and bostlmu'* 
tr tea Hards'* d with t,a»ement. up to 18 6«0 Phone (•, joe m, fiirnkln- 

mm- Mae eoo<3 lie- Ru* Hairl* 3-4J.'4 re* 8-3178 Catie du t.ld_J 7174 
with flreplorr 8*p- J H. Whlltome A Co. Ltd 1318 

im rablne' kttrhett Bru«iJ B1:*rt INDUSTRIAL 1 3 AC RF 

» ISO good Bed- «iihdl*lde-. corner A 

r Dirt •^•b'»., .n THRE E CAFH CLIENTS TOR 0<K)D T.li'U 11*%' Piet. I 
f-i'l tavemeni wlih homta tn tISPOO A. I type* of prop- (rn mducrlai ion* L< 
Wt-n. Low healing er'T wanted PhjH^ Mj Arnoi, Doudv* Ifewkn 

III 


FINANCIAL 
SURVEY LTD 


• "h *n->-i 'Min — — 

Office. 3-8(13 E.'ninr* Gordo 1 

Monro. 3-1766 

GORDON HEAD !■ 

Small collage WITH 1 1 >a . LIVING • 
ROOM. TWO RSDNOOXIN kf If I. 
and thr-e-pleia i-ailirwim There 1 
■ a wniwlahad, *rn*.l i%i> - *n 1%, <. r in 
f*r»f» tree* and «m*M frr,it b<i%b*( pi 
FXfTLLF NT a»'d*n •'■II and *n 1 
FX TR A l/JT 8UI16 Lo- elefl r, If , 
« l| i/y from but aan trpre. Piped 


14 Huyal Oak Avenue 

8ln*np Roan north or 

*’er all 75*300 treed 


1 .arteiy of bungalow 
rnlt thicken* nh*d “ 

: .djetlve acre. WooJe 
* c-juixtry »**- and it 
the thy. rluoe t» thru 
Yli* e(M>vlr«( dining 
'•m with fire- rtlnet'e 
tar*e dinette. let 
*nri na’hcontn Two O 
sir f urnve b4*e-T*e 
su'd c’lKken 4“t 7 ,n ' 

* 14 |||t 

$,79S0 dt*Hnet|ya *h»ui 

8.«* e.MW • r,r ‘ ,n 

Price, with term 


on oaii rnur-h .♦'**> tjjik 11 x 

Mr Me- t ,Q street 80(113 * k«oi 

lf« r »'\ Veysne* R v> 4 acre. 

Lid. 774 c. rated leima aval.aula Ii.20* 

•ELECT YOU MB TODAY 
V- along " M A mortgagw arranged 

Complete Ineuranre l»*rvir« 

THE B C LAND 

w atth- & Investment Agency Ltd 

l'‘\ 923 GOVERNMENT ITT 1411] 


1324 OOVF.RNMENT BT 


Diand Intrtlmrnk Co 
Furl Rtrrr|„ 


OAK BAY 

THREE BEDROOMS 


YOUR 


COFFEE SHOP 
FOR SALE 


- 4ttrorMee ihree- 

hurualuw wi’ti at- 

Thi*'iutn^T>e>i pian. 

ng runm with fi**- 


$3500 


bed mom *1 .t* • ■ 
tach*d ■•»*;* 

Ineely la’te II' 
placa and bull! 'n I»0"lie8 Otnll'g 
roi'Bt. beaultf'il e'rr’rir r* ir.ei 
kit, hen wl.h break -**t area, •orm 
large bedrn uu* ao4 VS IBIW*** bwtn- 
room Tha hr me hat tnei • et'ra*. 
lull bw»#m» it au'umatic oil beat- 
ing A truly fin# tf 1 r ertrt 
boms priced al I J'Jw 

M Btallhwaile. PI JO R’w 2-7444 


DRIVING 


BTAlEn TF34I7FJU* ed.lr rued ip tl a 
*Ui,l*r»l»ned win t* received up | n 3 

pm F'tdaT. May 8th in)_fnr pnr . 
n a** fr>t raeh uf U*e business kur.sn at 
the Ui eirr lower Coftea Bar altuata at 
8M>I Admiral* Tlnad, Baanlch BC 
■•ch tender nvigr h« **c, rrpaitied try 
• reniflid cliouue fir IHIOOO made pay- 
ahla to tha UMteraianed The hlgheit 
or any tender out necessarily an spud. 
Full partlrulara on applicailon to 

P 1 Official A'tminii'rator. 

Admlnlif ratar of *' e r*'a>> > f 
Arthur >mil Heioiher**#. alherwleo 
known a* Arthur lletmbeeker. nr- 


N H A BUILT 


$1754 DOWN' ' 
THREE BEDROOMS 
Oil Hof Water Heat 

OVER 1 304 eqtMHE KELT or 
MODERN T.lVtNH IN THIS TKftN- 
AGE 8IX-ROOM ATT CTO HUNtiA- 
LOW Writ HAAXMFKT 8fc.*AR 
6TF DOUBLE OARAGE LOCATED 
OCR fIF nrtAD- ECH.ICUM BEvVETt 

sarsas $96oo 

Off C* J-8413 

Eye* Mr W >V ••m 3-87^7' 


ne srh fully-de*el- 
-ni**i*t|ng t»f »i»a,tf>u* 

living room '18*14'. 

dining roue 
dr cm*, ample cup- 
f,iur-pic'» bathro-.ti*. 
■n elite «e '* *tair* 
«hre» i>arUy-rU>l»!>ed 
and basin Heiiwjau 


Charming ha 
i ped gar Jeti 
fhrauuh hall 
ftrepisvw #t 
rwo ,tre* i" 
b ari *;ar* 


UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS 


FERRIE SUBDIVISION 
68' - 70 


ytrw arc-corn atw 
(.King room end d.nl' 
eheped Two bedi '•*>** 
a*: kikchrt* Fo ir ,ti* 
Pull basement *Hh «.* 
Honed heat Urlvv-ln , 
g*»j* Pi 

83.180 down, be en 
payment* 
W. D Ru'h’ tfnrd 


80' LOTS 


$9500 


DUPLEX OR 
SPACIOUS HOMF 


Mom-*- 817 Douglai 


and CLIENT WILL FAY 88 (MO CASH 
for «mall bnr.geiuw In Oak Ray. 
Phone Mr Arhar. 1-4181 Mel.ter- 
man A Co. 1131 B!an*hard Hf»t 


DEAN HEIGHTS 
(NO STEPS) 

* hm .c.1*. tnt itPT w 


$1900 DOWN 


mlhulr hu 
ra*ll Oan 


BETTER 


d*n !l*W*g room. #'•**')»'*• dltlir-g 
rnM „. »:»g’r"- kltrlien full h«-e- 
i-irn end nl 1 hot water heat Pr*;- 
• 1 . , er.»r Jia* *pj>in'e*l plan* fur 

yinp 1 8 * 0 * Prlie Ineftirte* r*|wn- 


At the Farm nf 
I»R. K. -JOHNSON 

18*11 MrKlnnen and Herd Raad 

1 Fellow t-ie Red Mag** 

SATIRDAV, MAV 7, I I’M. 

If%*( ruetl-vn* have been reralved from 
Mu • Johnson U* tell tha fo.iosina 

bv Sue tin , 1 

I* * hl'keo I eken* Itebsee 
1 Uslsidr r»*4 Ilia* 

rerlsble Chicken Rrnedera 

Water Hm, 

* twa Wheel Trader Trailer! 
Hydraalre Lift Feed M-ur 
sad Pl«s, Mesne. Ftlra 
Fleet Wketli. Herres* 

1 Ms4*l ’A’ Tss Dsnr Feed 8e4an 

J »•••• I nape 


ATTENTION. VkLERA 


r., f-.i! b**einent Prime Una- Nr e Ion- w hue af Hr. kt pe*,ty 
AIL OPPItiA CONSlDERr.n 2 5164 inv.ime 
Waraaa, I Rundey *01 MDE-BY SIDE DUPLEX WANTED. 

Even (tank 8ir**t nr J*rar* Its*. *r*» 

a*i* r.'rr.i *»-•: 1 
I Hick* Heeltr 2-3164 anrUnte 

(>».'R-HVR-Rrwj\f ffOUWE I 4 
-e* v L a . nm m-vre tnan (8 loo 

•8748 


WILLOWS SUBDIVISION 


USED CAR! 


Almrnt new •utccw t 
living rvmm with fin 
bedrirom* r\tr let. 
with dining epece I 
tnom hardsnnd lie 
meat with hot-ai- f 

J arage t a '’iHcaper 
nwy llslani* 
nrrangmf P'Hl pnr* 


$9850 


ACRKN wnn 
I* »8»0. *u«T 
ilnv n paym> n« 
Bran o'Hidtng p.en'mg and plan- 
omg t'*u' re>-rem-nt now Owner, 
K- ,* m* 17Y • 

LARGE BOTLOINU LOTH AIX 
mile* from my on new b-ghwty 
Price* frn'n 8600 Terma, If rte*lied 
J W Rtorkend 1 44 /l.ltUran* 
Road I’hooe 8-1478 


BRENTWOOD 
all rervt.e* * 


I’NIQUI EArtUSIVF 
PRIVATE HOSPITAL - NURBIhG 
HOME 

A »-dne roncern and e lur-a'l * 
■ emrvi-g Ht'u*" with Inlini'e 


owe Trrmi arrangi 
un doq 1 


fell Herb Hodgson MTTI 
nr 1 3101 day or nighl. 


3 BFDROOM5 
RANCH STYLE 
$2060 DOWN 


WANTF.D— NIDF-RY-SIDR DUPLEX 
or house , good district Nu egeot* 
t'eih R' • llti Hr'orla Preec 


HARRY FOSTER 
LTD. 


unnecessary expense 
when you buy a good 
used car from a reliable 
dealer. lFe will usually 
have repaired or re- 
placed worn or defective 
parts (o assure you 


SELDOM SEEN 
OAK BAY 


i*r Vienna Prr»en'lv 
in a l 2 -o*d l<t*bse eapa- 
r whole to be wild be 

aty. It** owner » penrosl 


KING REALTY 


CANIf FOR YOUR IOT CLIENTS 
waKIng fur In’* In Cedar Hill. 
Qiaiira and (>'-rgc Call <}*• r«* 
Thorneloe J-7274 Town A Country 
H'jrnee Ltd 

LANGFORD I MCE TWO • ROGM 
• u m m ' r mrtage waterf com *g* 


V/ITH 


Modern *tg, o h-im* 
shape Full baveinrn- 
lag# Ho an pipe he* 
Low ta**« 

■eldnai-eesD prite 
B. W AniJ»i«''n 4 8' 


b-ira fide tl'** 
phone informs 1 1 1 
. crralrd ta aii 


RITHET 


S9500 


HM FORT FT71EET 


* 01 * 1 # furnf. 

e up a goad 


lURTRV FNT6TE 
g Id- room "I* brtyoom* 
->(lk( 1 horn# end *p,,ri-> 
jal-le lend. JUiita- 1 * fee 
g# prlter* V.hrinl Nur«- 


DEEP COVE 
WATERfPONT 


• a’er Immediate 
iJ 004 fUlun* 1-34 

PRRhTTA-OOn f o' 

me’ely 2 i >0 fee- • 
»7rw liav moo: 
duwn payrae. ! O* 


ST PATRICK ST. 


* HIGH QUADRA 
ONLY $2500 DOWN 


HIGH QUADRA LAKE HILL 


f'.THbrvi'ik e Subaiv 1 

Above Lake Hill Lur" 


GEORGS C. SU ANTON 
Inimgut \ui ll>*fi*'«-r 


S6700 


I -mam ’’u 
room with 
S bedroom • 

bavemenb 
gangs fl 

•srdaa P- 

W D P-i’he 


firrple e 


liiuusn 


properte ad|u na 


roriemr -a 3h- e.id.nc# ta well { p,p„7 1 , OOO ilfftB 

ma*le*rv atldTh- grS5fld. *fn-‘ * »■*»•*»* »"» bttjid.ng *He. 

iV^h'V in V * *• '."om. 11 a** , * * mile* fmoi rt'y -enirr 

Owner wi.I ron.-ie- .eluag tfwerrag ‘ ^ H A •PP»^«» rr.mra*T5r» 
and pan trrr*«r f %c j-virid , » »n* available 

7 ■' II A 'ran* an-: eonuart* ar- 
N'JRTH QUADRA ranged 12 000 minimum down 

A rea ls * *11 **(.! a-r%wnr r-1 O « Ineludln# lm 

burigal’iw in «pdl»*v rjRRBt ® ■M r, J “R pr^oerty - 
Uir v4"»’i' All large brlgh’ in. . '-'*'* ""•» ‘h'» lovely prnperiy end 
atlh a -codel aJi-electrtf kitch'n, r *" -J^orgw Tltorneloe h I! A Lm- 
full high aaaaatent %mk garage E* f A m * n _' 

A ij if#' * , (O, cr ,r. TOWN a COUHTRY HGMFn LTD 

lf-4d location ilU/jUU - 1M1 Quadra Aimet 

H g AUOS AHt.K TKMMr* AVAR ARI * YEW fVTRrrr CtTT 4JftlJ ALL 
on Ifieee fme *rr-p»l(tee fitted e»- OerrtrgJ eft)** lo IrAr, «nnr 1st |,IM 
el'i* v#'y *_lh Mr J D GToote. .mul a«d “Cb', W 
I aylnr X 'kpltlol Ltd., 4-9308, flf MeKeaiie Aitcg*. *%«anleh *«. 1 1 * 


GORDON HfAD 


fhnnr 1172 


V <*’ <;rnoo,h Performance al 
n*h.r.e lower cost of operation 
*• " . . . also eliminating the 
J! r need for cosily repair 

igabith 

bills. YouTl'flnd 


S8750 


racispfcCT lake MuimrtnxT 

tfee ! fg kt *f»» P | a' 41 »#e 

n»*r y f «,f #rr* Price »2 o(M> Cai 


OAK BAY* 

$2500 DOWN 
0.1-0 Mafic, 2 Bafhrooins 


At th? Farm of 
W. DUNN 

Forest Rom!, Iflllhanh, B.C. 
MONDAY. MAY ,* 1 P..M. 

InwiTuctiirus have b**en re- 
ceived from Mr. W. Dunn fo 
sell fh*» following by aucMon: 

1A HeM of (rood Dairy KU*ck 
incJudlns 4 HUli Froduiin* 
ffnlktdn r ows and II <#ood 
lMlf 3 f Jersey and HoidHs 
IIHfers. '1 Rla*k Yearling 

H4e*r (beef), I (Vm with 11 
Yo ung pi fa. 


JWK RAY unn ARE tCAllCI Alt 
iirt iw* lr..,i,.r-«« r « ini Inr 


EA VIEW 


GORDON HEAD 
WATERFRONT 


many 

reliable used car buys 


riNf-Arww PUILOISL 
Arrow iinad .C*csr » 
lion with i*t tree* r 


T me 

ioff 

%e*luflnl 
»'8 Itfre* 

» P ri n t •wen 


> fam-ly hnm* '!n*» to *io-** 
•rTirml*. rti’W i Uvine rvilt, tw.i 
pome, ill net ’* kitchen. up 

'* S flier targe rnnlku Pull be*, - 
t *friv*'ln *erage view el >** 


S2500 


On# af the aril be Aui. 

a ropbf He* rir»r 4 . <->r|. 

With ' gter’iiiir tier, 

own i» eiwiui tiefa 
trim; diniru r-wm. • 
and three er-troom* ena de 
four b#df'*nmi and iw - bra 


b'CiJor Vale Subdivision 

a AT «”’ 12 lYjrqc Lots 

. rjEosy Terms 

eeftn m La egs fw«# -tn- *Ms ere roWir-.nwi 


listed in classification 47. 


EXCHANGE 


Apartment htark v» 

-ru' prepwrli *r m<H 
payment Details u 
. Mr Ring rev* 


F II FBIfli 3-4181 Of 9-1896 


Corner Lux. aaanilh. 
gUlet itr*rf Clnw — -** »«*e . 


LOVELY BUNGALOW 
WITH REVENUE 

Attrar’ive buniaiuo' Hi year* old 
!*aiu(«e args living roam » tn 

R,e, .lets* II rep,... !••»•» «*% herrt- 
w«K-l fiowra, cabinet kitchen dining 
rwera. targe bedroom, four -piece 
Pembroke oath There i* a,*o utility 
r<**im with tube roonecied fwe Ben- 
dlv and Laten to thia. lbere la a 
lovele three -root* *alte in ba«e- 
ment reniable at 1.60 monthly 
Automatic oil hot air heat and the 
bumalow t» mealated and believe it 
Bui or not the price it only 
rvex With - I3.no* downi ^ >04UU 
E. Q wmiaaee *1 Ftnoaeial Rurvev 
I Ltd. 4-8308. Re* 4-M87. 


r# vmen U. ea*v 

Ineld# foar-me,* 
tn Rood. 1UH 


SMART 

4-Yeor-Old 4-Room 

BUNGALOW 

raemlmobbbB 


room dM (forage yi 
thrr.*?af «era-r 
foar- r 1 * 0 ( 1 ' »-m» oiu 
head 7hl* I* * * 
and with I'Wllllg l 
firwni TOfbh* etc * 
Ba»v up-kewyi 
Price — . 


We have the rhnlree* Meting* 'n 
•hl» iticompareV* haanlrh Penfh- 
•Ola I ore# entail ar 'n betw-en 


•flir hour* 8-4119 


OLD TYPE FAMILY 


Dalrynww— Don’t MIm 

Thin Sale* 

(.r.OfU.K C. H WAN TON 

lalmeod AarUonewr 
Ihinrmn 

Pfcom 1172 Hew. •*> R I 


Heisterman & Co 

110) Plan (hard ktreet 


HOME— ONE ACRE 
5ECLUDED 

bathroom, city water 


JONES & SCOTT 


Olf View Street 3-71*4 

OAK BAT gOtmfTT Rt4lT7Ft*L 
lat nn By ag Streel, na* tree* •«- 
neUam *ou Ciwe lo Wirien Park. ' 
•hooping area end acheal* See 
•lg« n*% svnoerty Apply 1.63 Yie- 
ld'd Aveaua. Gal Ber ta*« laiea 


LOSE SOMETHING 3 «;* *4 
Place o lost od m The iu«eeed' 
Doily Colonisf to reach ***•_ 
the finder. Call 3-41 1 l.i MTJ 


HA\B A flioum Y I AR 
vnih ciatsiflad ad* 1 Thr. -nigh «:a#al 
fled adi your butine** geu a eperty 
bua»i| Cau 1-4111 for aa ad taker 


$6000 


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dtlllr g. k * 

-hm UtllHY *"*r- 

* je In 


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36 fiatltj (Colonist Victoria, b c., $■*., May i. 1955 


THERE OUGHTA' BE A LAW 


Panel F orated 
On Fluoridation 


•lESVAN LE' r COULD 

E. £<.£ E'ES AT Te£ SiZE < 

CSCEH Th£ Bu>CS CM'E MlM- 


Mm. Lydia Arsons. MLA. and 
Mrs Tom Peckell. president of 
I'm* newly formed F’luoridutiMn 
Inve»ti«?arlonal .Society, will 
take the negative viewpoint In 
a panel to discuss fluoridation 
of water at Coiwood Hall Mon- 
day night. 

Speakers for the affirmative 
will he two Victor!# dentists. 
Dr. W. W. McLuhen and Dr. R. 
H. McDougall. 

The meeting is sponsored by 


Ok*v r ' f HA' Vr-4^ 

CJv £ 5 TT ♦ OOC ' , 

fcatfTfSEi® IT Out AS _ . 

SOOh A* VOU t«E ZICA kAP. 

COHFlRMATlOH ) ^ 

** — 1 ffiZV Mv r -r^' / JE * CtS 


NA' phone service and take up a risen into thV limeiighi Judy 
filicide. ' ,4r »d himself as the head in Garland slashed her wrw* m a 
nines formal ion dispenser death tiy five years * S o. 

again High pressure life in the But ihe really Mg story of 
movie world has taken Its heavy IIollywcMKt unhappiness n n ,j 
• suicide toll duting the years, ftust-ratinn is the onp that m.»\ 
t port ant dating far hack to when bcauti never be told. Among many 
wearied ful Olive ThomH«. silent-day others u would detail the death 
r»nal or Har. swallowed poison after a attempt* of a trip singing actor, 
, made nuarrel with husband Jack the one-time bobby soxer Mol, 


First coronation of a Mty 
Queen In this area this year 
wll] take place at Memorial 
Park In Esqulmalt Wednesday 
evening. 


areer problems 


which is sponsoring the event, 
said 14-year-old Queen Marilyn 
Quesnelle will be crowned by 
Mrs. J. C. Hibbard, wife of 
Rear Admiral J C. Hibbard, 
flag officer Pacific Coast. 
REEVE TO SPEAK 

Ceremony will open at 7 pm. 
with an address by Reeve A. C. 
Wurtele. 


Kuhhish Fires 
Get Out of I land 


MILL-RUN WOOD 2-4622 

Immediate Delivery 

ioo ft me. *9 coo imoo 

P < OUDs I J I ORDS k I 

(HICK IUK *1 »K» Wlfll BLOCK* 


Members of the muni- 
cipal council, RCN officials and 
J. E. Radley, club president, a;id 
convener Mrs. J. Vickery wiii 
•Iso attend. 

Admiral and Mrs Hibbard 
will inspect the Eagles' drill 
team Maypole dance will be 
per formed by pupils of I .amp- 
eon Street school and exhibi- 
tions of dancing will be given by 
pupils of the Wynne Shaw and 
Florence Clough schools. 

Queen Marilyn will b» at 
tended by princesses Laura 
Schott and Shannon Schachl 
and ladies in waiting Leuora 
Lancaster and Betty Ann 
Hawkins. 


I niler any such tragic cir 
•umstances as those surround 
ng Susan Hayward's early 


2', Bit, • 
CORDS 


morning rendezvous with sleep- 


Singapore University 
Sa botaged by Red Chit \ 


mg pills, the studio to which the 


inis onm t.nnn rna 

^ I I si I tl O 1 1 Ml UNIT 


*■131 is under contract is among 
the very fu«f to be notified. 
'This sets off an Immediate 
chain reaction destined to 
cover up f dp del'll or make as 
light nf .it as is humanly pov 


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 


PORE f NAN A I — The pledges of 
m of Dr. Lin Yutang popular 
rllor of the newly or- versify w« 
Nanyang I’nivcrsity the «lrlve. 
:raphic proof that the only $1 
■Id is losing a major 
ainsi Communist woo 
the young oversea* 
f Southeast Asia, 
quit after a protracted 


5-1, .’WO, 000. Great Infiltration of educa 
suppoii fur the uni- seduction of the minds 
i displayed during are current major Coi 
But Nanyang bus tactic#, Red China is st 
.000,000 In (lie bank right preliminary stages of 
palgn to u-e the overs 
It u M»er millionaire Tan new* as a lever for 
LarkSyi- gave $.1.10.1)00. A control of Southeast A 
similiir amount came trum now the only thing ih 
persona who paid $ 1 .000 have been a counfera 1 
Malayan <$330 f.s.j each to to the thousands of yoi 
iMTome '‘members of the uni- ne*e who leave home et 
vcrsily," The fft and $10 to study in Red C 
rnnt ributlons of small donors wrecked. 

n " -- " '" m FRKK EDI 'CATION' 

T* r ' v Meanwhile. 


FARMERS' LAND CLEARING 
ASSISTANCE ACT 


Yard Full of Snakes 


Bona fide farmers In Ihe Sookc Metihosin and Saanich 
areas who wish land cleared for agricultural purposes by 
Government equipment are requested in submit appll 
cations Inimedlatrlv to: 


should be 
of the split 
p from Red 
pulation of 


J D. Haxirttr. 


Defiartmenl of Agriculture 

Agriculturist, Duncan. B.C. Ruom 1 15, Douglas Building, 

Victoria, B.C. 


WALKERTON, Ont. fCPi — 
Norman Yack, a trapper by 
business, is a pet lover In hla 
•pare time. But he doesn't go 
much for dogs, eat* and canar- 
ies— he believes snakes are 
more interesting. 

Mr. Yack Is not sure how 
many snakes he has on the 
lawn of his home here. About 
200 he estimates. Every one. he 
•ays, is inquisitive, responsive, 
playful, intelligent and very 
useful. 

Unlike most other pets, 
anakes do not require attention 
by their owners. Mr. Yack says. 
They can be given a lot of at 
tentlon or none at all. In re 
turn they keep the property 
Tree of mice, bugs and other 
vermin. 

8NAKK FARM 

Mr. Yark's pets are garter 
snake* and he hopes one day 
they will be the foundation of 
a full-sired snake farm 


asleep at the lime, then gets on 
the job His aim. first of ail. 
is to barricade the door of the 
afflicted glamorile, cut off the 


first thing to do is to show 
them they are wanted." he tells 
visitors, 'rtiis includes protect- 
ing them from stick wielding 
children, he says. 

The kindly trapper, who np 
perates In this area 25 miles 
south of Owen Sound, abhors 
needless killing of animal*. His 
property Is a haven for home- 
less wildlife. Among his cur- 
rent guests are a hive of wasps. 


William WaeGlllivray, 

Deputy Minister of 
Agriculture 


W. K. Ktrrnan, 

Minister of Agriculture 


V ii toria Student 
Wins Bursarv 


• amln», Director 


A Victoria student, Lvle P 
Robertson, has been awarded 
an $SO0 bursary, one of 82 Jinh 
scholarships granled h> Ihe 
National Research Council for 
1955 56. 

Son of Mr. and Mr# Nicholas 
Robertson 9.17 Johnson, he will 
graduate ihls spring from UBC 
with a degree In physics. The 
hursary will enable him US carry 
on post graduate work at the 
school. 

He was an outstanding stu 
dent at Virloria High School 
and Victoria College, where he 
lopped the sophomora class. 

National Research Council 
granted 267 scholarships for the 
coming school term, with a total 
value of $366,300 


THREE INTERESTING 

AUCTION SALES 

Instructed hy the owneis we will *eli Ihe contents of three 
well kept homes In our salesrooms. 

731 S3 JOHNSON STREET 


Trust Manager 
Leav es for East 

George E. G. Whitaker. 


strengthens the overseas Chi- 
nese tendency to look to Pipping 
as the only real source of hope 
and progress in Asia. 


. man.v 

get* of the Victoria branch of 
the Canada Trust 


Camel 
Lore 
if rone; 


Company 
since 1946. has been appointed 
to the post of secretary of the 
company and will assume his 
new duties at the head office in 
London, Ont.. July 1. 

Since coming to Victoria from 
London. Mr. Whitaker has 
played a prominent part in com- 
munity affair*. He was presi. 
dent of the Community Chest In 
1951 and 1952 and was recently 
appointed president of the Vic- j 
toria YMCA. 


I »eful Furniture — Flowering Shrub* — Plant* 

Also Included’ Older-type refrigerators, Hectrir Washing 
Machines, Sewing Machines, Several Console Radius, 
Ijiwn Mower*, Garden Tools. Wheel Barrows. Cat* Cod 
Chairs. Table Saw with h.p. Motor, Nome Took, faint 
Spray Outfit. Dll Circulating Healer, IxH of t opper 
Pipe, Cultivators. Garden Jardinieres, Door*, Ladders. 
.Saws, Sinks. Toilet, Two Tent*, eir, 


Most 

people regard them with fear 
and loathing, but neither are 
justified, he »aya. When snake 
and man meet It it the snake 
w’hlch is most frightened, he 
explains. 

He goes to great trouble to 
explain his pets to children, 
shows them how the >nake like* 
to be stroked and petted. A 
snake also Is highly inquisitive, 
he says, and if approached 
slowly will advance with tiny 
forked tongue darling In and 
out of its mouth. 

"If you want snakes the 


BY MURRAY SINC LAIR 

TI’CSON, Ariz. <APi — The 
mystery of how camels work 
for a week In blazing desert 
heat wjihout drinking hasten 


AFTERNOON AND EVENING SALES 


WATT BROTHERS 
AUCTION SALE 


To Close a Merchant's Estate 

Gentlemen'* New Clothing 
30 Nulls — Marks and Sport Jackets 

LADIES' NEW SUITS AND SKIRTS 

9x12 (( li inear Pattern) Embossed Br. India Rug 
Wvl2 Brltliili India in "Pimento" 

< arved Broad loom Rug and Matching Runner 
Pre-War Wilton Wall to Wall < arjo-ting 
Expensive f hrsterflrld Suite* — Dinette f urniture 
Walnut Bedroom Sul to* — Occasional l*teeea 
Several Kxpenaive Fixtures from a Store 
Include an Electric Potato Peeler 
Stand I p Electric I an with 'i h.p. Motor — “Bcrkrl" 

< ••flee Maker — Nearly New Electric Juicer Etc. 
I.adlcs‘ Luggage Net and Wardrobe Suitcase* 

Also including F.lght almost new Electric Washing 
Mb. bines, l-atc Model Electric Refrigerators, ‘‘Kansnmes" 
Power Lawn Mower. Drill Prrx* with attachment*. h o. 
Motor. "Nkll Tool Outfit, China ware. Bras* Kettle* and 
< an die* ticks. Platedware 2 Apartment Size Ga* Range* 
Apartment Sizr Fleet rlc Range, Coal and Wood Ranee 
Never .| Wardrobes Admiral t Speed Radio l nmblnatlonl 
Double and Single Bed*. Hollywood Bed.*, complete Bed 
room Sul'c-- Two fine Nrctlnnal < heaterfleld Kultea F.x 
jw-nslxe "Tvnan" 2 Piece < hrslerfield Suite In FHeae 
. 1 ♦>■*« and Wrought Iron Dinette Sidle* 

Pair of leather Top, >ed End Tahle* In Mahogany. Near nf 
1VV a Unit Table*. Walnut Teawagon Brass W’ood Ro* 
Walnut Ksirmilon and Drop -Leaf Dinette Table*. Table 
Ijtmp*. Chlnaware, Electric Lawn Mower, etc. 

Apprrr*. 700 lyit* In These Nates 
F ree Parking Evening Only— Customer* Only 
< Courtesy l*Jnnd U Drivel 


OTTAWA l CPI The Hank 
of Canada will purcha.se tit par 
an Issue of $675,000,000 govet n- 
|ment treasury notes, the linancr 
department announced Friday. 

The notes are dated May 2. 
1955, and due November 1, 1955, 
bearing Interest at the rate of 
H* per rent a year. 

Proceed* are being u.«.ed to 
redeem $700,000,000 in treasury 
notes which mature May 2. in- 
cluding $200,000,000 issued No- 
'vember 1. 1954, hearing interest 
I at 1 S per cent a year and 
$500,000,000 Issued Marcn l,' 


SPORTSMAN'S 
DIGEST hdt sharp 

ALTER LEADER TO 
AID FLY-CASTING. 


Instructions have been re 
reived from Watt Brothers 
to sell the following by auc 
tlon: 

NTOt K 

12 good Holstein and 
| Jersey Milk t ow* 

14 Good Holstein and 

Jersey Heifer*, freshen- 
ing from July on. 

13 Holstein Heifer* and 
Jersey Calve* from 6 
months to I'j year* old 

3 Good Heifer f alve* 

I Jersey Bull, 3 years old 

1 Jersey Bull. 16 month* 
old 

2 Fine Veal Bull Calve* 

1 Black Hone. 1700 Ih*. 

A Goodly Number of lay- 
ing Hon* 

*n lUrl a nr M««4-tMU4 •»< a 

'V*»n »IU at haallh 

MACHINERY 

Ford Ferguson Tractor 
Side Delivery Rake 
< o«-k*hutt Manure 
spreader 

1 Single and I Double Fur- 
row Plow for Ford 
Fergmon Tractor above 

Power Mower Attachment 
for Ford Ferguson 
Tractor above 
Ford Tractor Sllff Tooth 
( ultivatnr 

Maasev Harris Pull Behind 
Binder 

Green Crop Hay Loader 

2 Set* of Diamond Har- 
row*. one A Section ; 
one 4 Section 

I Dump Rake 
I Hammer Mill 
I Platform Scale for 
W'etght* up to one |/*n 
Tandem In Throw and 
Out-Throw Disc 
Mrf ormirk Stationary Hay 
Bailer, good a* new 
Horne Gang and ft nr*e 
Disc 

■ nd many other article* of 
’ slue too numerous to men 


Dr. Schmidt -NieKen reported 
hi* finding* Sunday to the Uni- 
ted Nation* Educational. Scien- 
tific and Cultural Organiza- 
tion'.* committee on arid zone 
research. The group completed 
a two-day meeting here Sunday. I 
CONSERVE EVERY DROP 
Camel* don't store water In- 
•dead they conserve every drop 
in body tissue* a* If life de 
pended on U. It doe* 

Fxrretlon# are virtually dry 
Most animal* gulp lot* of 


rLV-FlSMiNC* 
LEADCPS THAT 

%VON'T STRAIGHTEN AS THE* 
SiTTLt UPON THE WATER 
VoiLL AI.ARM FISH THE EAlJLT 
CAN OPTBH BE TRACCO TO 
The LEADER'S Butt, \n it .s 
TOO *WAtL IN COWOABiSON 
•MTU THE PLV UNE'S END. 


f lty round I will pay 
Eijpnomy Steam laundry $3ft0 
because rust dlncolon-d water 
damaged clothes t>eliig pro- 
cessed. f ouncil was Informed 
water board employees had 
abut down the Burnside water 
main to Install a valve with- 
out notice to the water mni- 
mlaaloner. 


UNCI 1902 L/ AUCTIONIIiS aeJ AffRAISIRS LTD 
PROBATf, INSURANCI »‘4 ADVISORY APPRAISALS 
71 J JOHNSON ST, 4 


City council ha* accepted rec 
ommendation of it* public works] 
committee that water connection/ 
charge* he Increased. N eW 
charge j will start at $50 instead 
of $35 for a half inch connection, 
rising to $450 for an eight Inch 
connection. 


Cube, replace, or ado (Us- 
ing a blooo knot) iz-to ib 

•NCH65 OP LEADER MATERIAL 

<J) whose Diameter is *nbe- 
TWEEN LtNE-ANO CKSCAROED 
BUTT-END'S IP TOOUIUf Pf R. 
VS'STS, MAKE l •STEP-DOWNS * 


JOINING WIRE FENCE . . . Adding height to a 
woven wire f^nce ran he accomplished by stapling 
new wire to fence post* and then joining pieces to- 
gether by using ordinary hog rings Hook rings over 
stay wires and dost* with pliers made for that 
purpose. 


(on your own lot) Nil. A 


The camel's thick hair is a 
protective device, Arctic ani- 
mal* u«c fur to keep them 
warm. Camel* use it to keep 
coni. 

Human* have learned the 
same lesson. Desert people 
don’t wear short# in «ummer 
They protect themselves with 
relatively heavy clothing 
CnmeJs don't drink large 
amounts of water until after 
being thoroughly dried out 
Then they may down more than 
16 gallon* at a sitting to bring 
watei content bark, to normal 
One camel went 17 day* In 
•unmer without drinking. 


GmRGF C. BW ANTON 
Island Auctioneer 


MUTTS A WAVS K lOON* 

ME AOOOT MV 
BALDNESS BUT waiT\jl_ 
HE SEES THE FiMp ( 
BOG T BOUGHT FOR ) 

\ five Bucks/ X 


Fhon 


AH HEM / VEHfVOLtR 


MELLON 

MUTT / 

AHEM * 


Dunnui 


VA NOTICE 
ANVTHIMG 


Thia attractive rancher of 1,104 square feet feature 
automatic oil heat, oak floor* throughout, completely 
naulated. range wired, electric hot water heater N H a 

rS ow "' hly v,2,a _ $8200 

Estimate* Gladly f riven *m Ymif Own Flan 
Numemu* Other Plana Available for Your Cohveulence 


WESTERN HOMES LTD 


• II 1ATEA KTRKinr 











RITHET 


$12,000 Ketch \\ 


Victoria. B C.. San May 1. If55 


Batlij (Unionist 

Resident 01) ears 


(Cathedral ( 


-eremonv 


Stranded Seafarer 
Hiich-Hikins: Home 


Beattie Joins Bishops 


Ranks Funeral 


OWTHKR 

Very Rev. Philiu Rodger Beattie, dean and rector of 
Victoria's Christ Cnurch Cathedral since Julv 15, 1952, 

r _ will become one of the youngest bishops in B.C. when 

hitch-hiking here after his a trai tor tried to pull the he is consecrated bishop of the Kootenays during an 
$ 12,000 uninsured ketch was boat onto the beach, but instead, impressive ceremony at the 

wrecked on the California coast Moms said, the tractor tore off cathedral this morning. Other guests will be Very 

by gales ami a tractor. ►he stern, making his vessel a An estimated 1.100 persona. Rev. Nortltcott Burke, dean oT 

A man with a yen to travel ,0,a * lo **- Including 50 members of the Christ Church Cathedral. Van- 


Funeral service* will he held Surviving Mrs Clunk is one 
at Hayward’s at 3 p.m Monday daughter. Mrs Verna A Dry*- 
for Mrs. Anna Katarina Clunk, dale Vancouver, five sons, 
a resident of Victoria for the Percy Edmonton; William Van- 
past 64 years, w h o died couver; and Oliver. Frederick 


off Eureka. Calif., when heavy aground off Mexico and sank six officials from ail parls of U.C., co 

aeas flooded the diesel engine feet into the sand after three will fill the church for the cere A 

ot the 37 foot ketch Patatraya. months of pounding by the sea rhony. which begins at 11 am ch 

which he built himself. forcing an expensive salvage Audience will Include two ar 

job archbishops. Most Rev. It. K. to 

in"\i777X Z fifforf II sank, looters escaped «««>"• Are*. »*•.* 

„ „,"e? , p nnn hut rp savin*. an, I v.Tu- < .,,,1 Moat It-. « pj 

to a tra. r attention^ but rr K A , lwm tnrmrr metro, Mill ( - ( 

reived no aid and had to swim 1 . _ , nrnviwi „ 

half a mile to shore Norris fold reporters In (‘all * J* ^ Rl 


Mr- Clunk, widow of' the late anucmmrrn, 

Alfred James Clunk, was born and ,hr " great-grandchildren, 
iti Sweilen In 1874 and came to 

Victoria w-lth her parents m One < ublo foot of solid coal 
1.891 She was a member of w ill generate enough electric ity 
i he ladies of the Maccabees fur to operate an electric refrigeta- 
48 years. tor fur 62 days. 


MONEY TO LOAN 

We Have the Following Amounts Available for 
1st Mortgages 

$1,000 - $1,500 $1,800 $2,500 5.1.000 

$3500 $4,000 $5,000 $10,000 

Carrdhf Kite of Tntpfwi Ns Waj 

BROWN BROS. AGENCIES LTD. 

Real Estate and Insurance 


Backache 


for quiet eomfortto* b*!p for Back., r>*. 
H i.*.jma«le r»!n» < .»tttrn Up Miffil*, »’.ron« 
cloud, urine, IrrlUllM i>.i »«»». U* Pilui 

• r.4 loia of critter due to Kldnej and 
Bi.ddtr trouble*. trj CYR7IX Quid 
compl.t* ••u.f.t'tlon or montf back Don i 

• uff.r another da. without a. tin, »ouf 
<r u (flat tot CY0TCX. 


The cap>bar«, which Is more 
-than fuur feet long and two feet 
high, i s the world’s largest ro- 
dent It may weigh as much as 
100 pounds. 


113$ Rlanshard SL 


Grll iga I 

VKRY REV. P. R. BEATTIE 


ITireat of I' amine 


MILLWOOD 


. CHOOSE THAT 
“^CAR FOR 
r? SUMMER FUN 


Due to the ever increasing amount of wood being 
converted to pulp chips, good Millwood will be hard 
to obtain, so order yottr Millwood supply now. 

No. 1 Fir Millwood 2 Cords, • 12.00 

2 Ft. Fir Millwood.. . 2 Cords, * 10.00 


TRIPOLI. Libya <AP- 
Desert winds again are searing 
Libyan grain fields. Informed 
sources said this North African 
kingdom probably will ask the 
Uni led Slates for supplies to 
avert a famine'. Washington 
sent 24.000 tons of wheat as a 


Financial Secretary 


I.FTT I S HANDI.K 
Tilt; FINANCING 


HARKNETT FUEL LTD. 

7 7.17 PANDORA AVK. 


^ ith National I ru*l u* uiur p.-rxinui agent tint can relax 
at home nr enjoy i xt'-ndcd Iratrl. inniplrlrl« f rrr 
from invr.lnir-nt care. 1 ('* like liaring wiur own 
financial aecrelarv. 

Rond inlrrr.l, diiidrmh, rent*, etc., v» ill |*c rnllerlr.l 
f«»r *ou. Maturity dale, »|krnal Mori right* and *0 «.n 
will lir attended to. Purcha»e nr ralr id -i-ritrilirn r>-i|tnrr« 
on I* .our written instruction*. 

I here arc man* other adtanlagr* In having a lo** •rokl 
agrm-T lrn*l that *»c will hr glad In rii*ru*s with you. 


Make a better deal for cash 
We have a low cost plan that Includes 
life Insurance to protect your rslaie 
at no exits cast 


Annual Report 


BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC CO. LTD 
BRITISH COLUMBIA POWER CORP. LTD 


Ir.l 1*1*1. — M. .((*«.« — Sal. f In* or* 

n»rvio| Vlriarta It fear* 


. . . 1954 Report to 

Shareholders , Customers and Employees 

$60,082,683 was received for supplying 2,050,775.449 kilowatt hours of 
electricity and 4.139,317.000 cubic feet of gas, for carrying 1 11,656.285 
passengers in transportation vehicles, for hauling 1.088,537 tons of 
freight, for miscellaneous lesser services, and from non-operating income. 

Here's where the money went . . . 


Just Above Douglas 


70« FORT STREET 


Amount 


Kmploymcnt costs — wages, salaries, 
pensions, etc., charged to operations 


Taxation i support of government) 


Materials, outside services, etc. 


Wear and exhaustion of property 


Interest, etc., on bonds — average 
rate 3.76% 


Dividends on preferred shares — 
average rate 4.56% 


It isn't t hat we don't like 
celebrations. We do. 

And we'd certainly be quite 
justified in blowing our ow n 
bom a little on ottr 285th birth 
day . . . which happens to 
be tomorrow. 


Dividends on common shares 


Retained for expansion of services 
and improvements 


Highlights from the report . . . 

Earnings represent $1.62 per share on the common shares outstanding at the 
year-end as compared with $1.47 per share on the same basis for-the previous 
year. Dividends at the rate of 25c a quarter were continued throughout the 
year. 


But outside of the fact that 
this could only remind you 
that we've been serving Canada 
for a very long time . . . which 
everybody already know* ... it 
would accomplish very little. 


Grass revenues from operations were $59.2 million, up $3.2 million from 1953. 
Electric reverfue was 10% higher than in 1953. 


Demand for electricity, exclusive of export, was 15.3% greater than in 1953. 
Average annual consumption per residential customer was 3,372 kwh. compared 
with 2.974 for the previous year, up 13.4%, 


Capital expenditures were $34.3 million, about 90% for the electric service. 


So. instead of a fanfare for our 
birthday, we'd like to quietly 
express Qur appreciation to all 
our friends across Canada 
whose day-to-day confidence in us 
makes such things as 285th 
birthdays possible. It's truly 
heartwarming, and. we think, the 
nicest birthday memory 
any company could wish for. 


The fourth 45,000 kw 
In July. 


generating unit at Bridge River was placed in service 


Major property expenditures in 1954 were: 

Electric extensions, Mainland and Vancouver Island, includ- 
ing cost to connect 11.872 new services .... 
Gas extensions. Mainland and Vancouver Island, including 
cost to connect 779 new services - 
Bridge River hydro-elect rie development: 

Fourth generating unit 

1-A Joie storage dam, stage 3 . 

Seton Creek hydro-electric development 

Creekside to Rosedaie 345 kv transmission line — — 

Lillooct to Ashcroft 60 kv transmission line - 
Substations, associated distribution facilities and local 

transmission systems 

Overhead distribution system for trolley coaches, Vancouver 
Trolley coaches. Vancouver. 16 units - 
Combined transportation depots and sales offices. 

Fraser Valley 

New office building. Victoria 


Our sincere thanks 


Mail this coupon for a 


copy of the full 1954 
Annual Report 


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38 fiathj (Colonist v»ctor», n.c.. w. m« 7 1 . i»ss 


Monday dorr hours 


healing. 4 nlthle 
Mill. IMtnran and NxiLr, 
< all Zenith fWNO t N.rr \ . 

»»o plume urdfn* on hour 
special*) 


rEARS YOUNG 
TOMORROW! 


(Since May 2nd, 1670) 


MANY ANNIVERSARY SALE 
BARGAINS HELD OVER! 


MONDAY MONEY-SAVING 
HOUR SPECIALS 


ADDITIONAL EXCITING VALUES 
DISPLAYED THROUGHOUT THE STORE 


5-toot stepladders. regularly 3.75 


Make your own summer dresses . . . 

from cotton Indian Head or crease- resist- 
ant rayon that usually sells • 

for 99c yard. 36 inches wide. ^ C 

m plain melon, green, brown, 
grey, mauve. Special, yard \A \A 

RVY fabrli-H, fashion floor, 2nd 

Save almost half on pajamas . . . 

Tailored regular styles and short -bloomer 
“('radio Snatchers" from 4.95 lines. Some 
subs in the group. 30-denier nylon trirot 
in pmk red, blue, yellow end _ . 

aqua collectively Broken sizes, 1149 
small, medium and large A 

Special, pair Am 

KM lingerie, fahhlun floor, 2nd 

Sale! EXTRA-LARGE bath towels 

with thick, soft pile that dries you thor- 
oughly, comfortably in minutes. 

2l\45-inrh size, made by C’ald T • 
well. Colorful checks with blue I 
or green grounds. Special, each ■ 

KM lowrli, 3rd 

SALE! Mother's Day bedjackets 

Plush, soft chenille that usually sell for 
1-9.3. Blue, wine, turquoise 
and beige in sizes small, me- #1^ 

dium and large 1% I | 

Special, raeh \J 

KM' Li-U, fashion floor, '2nd 

Cool, washable dresses, regular 2.95 

to keep you pretty and comfortable around 

home this summer . , . Neat 

shirt style in white with n«v> C 

I I I 

Special, each ^A %0 

KM wa«h»hlr frock*, fashion floor, 2nd 

Women's dresses . . . priced to clear! 

Regular 6.9.3 to 10.95 tailored and Hare- 
skin models in taffeta, crepe, tweed . . . 
many suitable for after-5 wear. 

Broken size and color ranges 1 99 
mean giant savings for you. I 

Special, each ■ 

BM miiwn', dre*«e*, fashion floor, 2nd 


Popular Heel-Hugger oxfords . . . 

with black, smooth, leather uppers, cor- 
rective arch supports, Goodyear welts. 
I <ow and cuban heel models in _ _ 

19... all A 99 

narrow fittings. £1 

S|»ecial, pair ■ 

KM Miimen'% iliork, fashion fl»M*r, 2nd 

SALE! Teeners’ Jolene casuals . . . 

Favorite strap style with smooth red or 
black uppers composition soles 
and heels Sizes 1,4 ■ ^J49 

7, 7 1 8 and 8 . ^ 

Special, pair W# 

KM womrn'ft ulior,, fashion f l,x»r , 2nd 

Men's slacks now HALF PRICE! 

Regular 14.95 all-wool gabardines nod 
flannels clearing to make room for new 
summer lines. Pleated style with 

dppei ... in mam shades of ^#47 

brown blue, grey. Sizes 30 to 46 A 

Special, pair ■ 

RAT men'* clothing, main 

All-wool hand-hooked rugs j n soft 

^nfM that blends so well with most color 

si hemes 2x i fool size . . . ideal 

for halls, bedrooms, in front of >1 66 

Special, each ■ 

Save $40 on a 9x1 2-foot rayon rug! 

('lose I v woven fine-spun rayon yarns in 
attractive medallion design. 

Ideal for average room. |T^j95 

shade Regular 99.50. 

Sjjecial, each %A 

Yours for £6 down 

RAV floor covering*, 4th 

Add room-color with bright cushions 

and save when you choose from these 
regular K9c to 2.95 styles. Assorted cre- 
tonnes in rose and red; plain rayons in 
yellow, green, 

nnc . 4 69 


Sturdy wooden ladders, well- 
braced at every rung. Kach "mil 

i >mes i implore with A^ 
pail stand. Sperial, each ■■ 

Screen doors . . . regularly 4.95 

Keep flies and bugs outside, enjoy the 
cool breeze if the day is specially hot. 
•hist attach one of these screen 
door ■- lliitl will keep your home bj 99 
well ventilated, annoying post* J 
out! Special, each Am 

K \ \ hnrdware, lowrr iiinIii 

Sprout-Wonder liquid fertilizer . . . 

Balanced fertilizer contains all essential 
rate to keep youi lawn u 
Breen, vour plants health\ A C 

Regular 1.39. U H 

Special \A 

Regular 2.39. Special, 99r 

Tri-Cop Copper Fungicide . . . 

For control of blight De- 

hid* that -•["'ii rose* A /"l C 
fungus that ruins grass. I 

CM. I. brand. Reg. 19c. Special ■ \A 

BAY eirilen •Imp, lower main 

Save HALF on men's sport shirts! 

Regulnr 1.95. Countersoilod . . but hnnd- 
wnshable. so you'll have them looking 
fresh w ith no expen e, 
work. 100 only. Fast colors F" C 

Small, medium and large. 

Special, each %A 

Men's ankle socks ... HALF PRICE 

. . . because of slight flaws which class 
them as seconds of a 1.50 line. 

Nylon, quick-drying, stretch m A P C 

to fit size* A 

Special, pair ■ %A 

Save on these short-sleeve vests . . . 

Lightweight cotton, idc al foi 

summer wear. Round neck "J C 

White in medium and large 

Special, each \A 

RAY nien'N furnishing*. main 


Seconds of 4.95 and 5.9;3 lines. 

Washable fabrics in plain shades ■■95 
and check* Small, medium and A^ 
S|H*cial, each ■■ 

Regular 9.95 shirts at $4 savings! 

Add new smartness to your leisure me 
meids with these vicuna with cotton and 
rayon mix sport shirts . . , colorfast. pie- 
shrunk Plains and checks in 
grey, yellow and fawn. Small, P95 
medium and large. y 

Special, each ^A 
KAY incii'. furnishing*, main 

Save HALF on Fire-King bowls!... 

Regular 1.3c cereal or soup bow Is that 
can be used for baking, serving, storing. 
Sturdy, practical 

. . . m ivory or "J r 4 lC 
jade color A |Q|* I ■'l 

Special, “ ■ W 

Teapots ... at less than half price! 

Regular 89c Brow n Betty teapots, famous 
for making good lea Round 

style with non-drip spout . Am qq 
approx 6-cup size ■ 

Special, each ^A 

SALE! Bone china cups and saucers 

Imjxiriod from England and marked down 

from 73c to save you almost 

half! Tall shape, white with C 

■ ■ 

Special, each \A \A 

RAY china, main 

Sample-size blouses to clear! . . . 

K you're size 12 or 14, here's your oppor- 
tunity to save on a daisy-fresh blouse at 
less than half price. Nylons, acetates, 
dacrons, wool jerseys and cottons . . . 
mostly white and pastels. In 
sleeveless, short and long- || C 

sleeved styles Last offered A 

at 1 81 Special, each ■ 

R\Y Minis.- bar. main 


six iianosoine dress styles, reg ■ ■ jq 
1 1 .9.3 . . . all with a one-year ■■ 
guarantee. Special, each \A 

BAY w «l< lir-s. main 

First-quality nylons to clear! . . . 

at a price so low you can buy three pairs 
for what you'd usually pay for one pair 
of quality sheers! Group includes 60-1.3 
formal sheers, 51-15 evening sheers and 
31-30 dress sheers . . . mostly 
t>eige shades in broken sizes C 

9 to 10' ... A 

Special, pair %A Am 
HAY hnulery, main 

Save HALF on Belle Fiore ware . . . 

Sturdy, colorful English semi - porcelain 
with gay floral pattern, blue trimmer! 
edge. Buy those extra piece* gM rn 
lor your set now! 14-inch plat- | 
ter. regular S3. Special | 

Chop plate, regular 2.50. Special, 1.25 
Cake plate, regular SI. Special, 50c 


KAY draiH-rlrn, 4th 


Clearance! Four-ply knitting wool 


Clearance! Plastic garment bags 

Reg. 1.39 to 2.98! Keep winter clothing 
protected against moths and dust in one 
of these plastic garment bags 
that will hold up to 13 gar- l"C 

Special, each \A \A 

BAY notion*, nntln 

Regular 2.98 girls' denim jeans 

Some nylon-reinforced, made with double 
knees and spat. Sanforized _ 

navv denim . styled with A 88 
plasticized or belt type waist- I 
band Sizes Ml Speeial, pair I 

BAY girl*' wear, -Yrd 

Pedal-type refuse cans j UM st „ r , on 

the jiedal attached to the side, and the lid 
pops up . . w hat s more, these large-size 
cans come in fresh white . . . 
pnamelled with a daisy pattern. 1 66 
will brighten your kitchen I 

Special, each ■ 

BAY hmieewire*, lower main 


bane ana oread Tins Double-decker 
lake and bread box in fresh. QQ 

‘lean white, with colorful daisy T 
design. I 

BAY' hfMi«^wnrr>«, lower main ■ 

Buoyant auto cushions! 

Hrive in comfort for miles 
when you use one of these C 

Satan and plastic-covered A A 
cushions’ Special, each ■ ■ 

KAY lulu HH^mirlrv kiw^r main 

Regular 2.95 nylon tricot slips . . . 

Styled with camisole strap and nylon em- 
broidery trim at Iwdice and 
hem Cool, snowy white, easy to 1 99 
wash and iron. Sizes 32 to 40. I 

Special, each I 

Reg. 2.95- 3.95 nylon tricot gowns 

Practical pretties that come ' In delicate 
shades of pink, green, blue, lilac _ 
and yellow Deep nylon embroid- 4 79 


Power net garter belts s .,b« or u„ 

famous “Winkie” line Ideal for 
the junior figure, these garter 4 98 
t»elt* come in small, medium. I 
large. While. Special, each ■ 

BAY foundation garment*, fashion flrw.r. 2r»4 


Regular 4.59 cotton gabardines, full nit 
with pleats, zipper closing, and 
strong pockets. Sizes 6 to 16. in WJ29 
blue, tan. brown, navy, grey and A 
teal. Special, pair Am 

BAY' hoy*' wear, main 

Bridgeport bug bgmb . . . half price! 

Buy several 1o have on hand when the 
wnrm weather brings summer pests into 
your home. Just press button to emit 
spray « . . kills flies, mosqui- 
1‘jes. bees and other Inse ts A ^0 
Regular 1.09. 

Special, each \A 

Save on Lux toilet soap Reg„i., r 

Aize cakes, regular 3 for 29c. Creates rich, 
gentle lather that cleanses even the most 
tender skin safely and thorough- 
)y. Take advantage of this peg- $ <fl 
ular 1.26 value * q I 

Special. I O cakes 

BAY hmiM-hnld nrrdv main 


to help you SAVE! when you 

make sweaters, socks or A C 

scarves. Approk 1 oz. halls. I 

Special, each ■ %A 

BAY main 

Save almost $2 on men's oxtords! 

Regular 6.95. Raised seam and flat seam 
moccasin toe oxfords with durable leather 
up|>ent, composition soles and heels . . . 
Group includes British tan. 
cherry tone and Benedictine, in A 99 
sizes 6 to 12 collectively All 
medium widths Special, pair ■ 

RAY men A «hu*«, main 

56-Inch butcher linen, regular 1.95 

Smooth weave, top quality rayon mix that 
is ideal for summer dresses, skirts, sports 
outfits. Easy to sew. easy to cut, _ 
to launder, to imp. Cilorf.ist S A 
shades of tan. navy, pink, aqua I 

and white. Special, yard ■ 

BAY drew c>mmU, (a«hiun floor, 2nd 


Brand new stationery i, < , p:pav 

ore to write ori this crisp, white stationery 
that's boxed to keep it neat 

»nd dean Box contains 18 A 

id rtepapi i 2 

tnd 18 enve|ofH*s Spnclaj I %A 


Blue -lined envelopes K rc 

handy for rvtras, or for buxines* 

pondince Five packages, 2'* ^ 

envelopes In each package. A 


pry trims the bodice. Small, me 


package * mm 

BAY lUllonery, main 


Special, each ■ 

KAY llnrrrk, fawltloo fk-.r, 2nd 


MONDAY ALL-DAY SPECIAL! 

Nylon plisse swim-suits 


Pert little suits for swimming or sunning, and styled 
panlie. shirred elastic hack, all rayon lined,. Blue, red 


and grrerv. 


Special 


BAY children'll wear, 3rd 


In Victoria, it’s the BAY where a SALE really means EXTRA VALUE! 



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VICTORIA, BRITISH <01.1 VIBIA, SI MDAV, MW I. I<) 


62 PACES 



icing Would ( 


guers 


Boss Defends 
'Schoolboy 

Assessors ' 


gam 


WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States has 
received indications that Nationalist China will denounce 
hut abide by any cease-fire agreement which the U.s. 
may be able to negotiate with Red China for the Formosa 


VANCOUVER' H7F>-Provin join parts of Vancouver. Re- 
•tat evaluator Frank K. Hillier suit* of this sample are the 
vatd here today in defending bast* for the government's 
[he government's Increased as- order to Vancouver rn raise It, 
wwtmenl of Vancouver homes assessment this >ear by 12'* 
'or school taxation purposes per cent. 

hat moat of the home* are un *n,_ ..... ^ . 

w -,._ mh Tb* city la appealing the in- 
ter assessed. crease which, it allowed, will 

He also rirfendp^ the junior cost Vancouver taxpayers an 
isseMors employed by his de additional *390.000 this year, 
atrtmmt. 

' \iT-“ . i ... Mr. Paine Saturday showed 

.Mr. lllllier made the state- 

Mr Hillier 20 sets of pictures 
nrnt* before ihe provincial aa- rl h , „ 

... ,, of homes to compare the pro- 

nwsment apjiea hoard at Van . . 

_ . . vlndal assessment with that o f 

•ouvrr rourt hou* m Answer r , ^ ,„ vmlmenl 

" . qU .r°Tp, hy „ ,.-l ,„ld Thrrr h.d tan "lot. nt 

, , *. * u . lne ‘ . .. .. dlscrepinrics'' !i.[.wn provln- 

"' h,d ,o rt ">* bo* r <« FHrt,y , 

ilx University of B.C. students J 

vere used to carry out a simple Mr. Hillier said 


Assistant secretary of State mn * ,ran,n * eventually 

Walter Robertson and Admiral *° * Qme k,nd of Permanent 
Arthur W c Radford, chairman ,|Pment 

of the Joint chiefs of staff, re- Apparently It was tr» talk 
turned to the United States about these larger problems, as 
Saturday from Formosa. In- wo11 * s 10 discuss adequate de 
stead of coming to Washington Senses for Quemoy and Matsu 
they flew to Robertson'* hunrie Island if ihe Reds attacked in- 
i» Richmond for a week end stead of making a ceasefire 
rest. They will report here deal, that Robertson and Rad 
Monday. ford flew to Formosa. 

Robertson was asked whether 

he obtained assurances from TAIPEI. Formosa 'AP' Red 
Chiang that' Chian* would shore guns and Nationalist 
abide by a peace pact. He said planes kept the vest-pocket war 
that Chiang "made no such going Saturday In Formosa 
comment to me." Strait. 

But other officials in Wash SHIPS ATTACKED 
ington said that as a result of p— . 


one reason 
for the government'* »» seg- 
ments being higher than the 
clty'a was that hi* men had 
gone into more detail on con- 
dition of house* and their fix- 
ture*. 

He admitted that a* far as 
he knew, none of hit men had 
been experienced in the build- 
ing trade But he added when 
ever there had been doubt 


BAO PA! 


Rebel l Ion ( ) rercome 


Workout on the diamond at Bullrn 
Park was hold yesterday by this eager 
group of young ball players who ate 
part of the new' and enthusiastic 
Esquimau Little League. There are 


four teams in the Esquimalt league as 
there are in the two other Little 
Leagues playing in the city, the Ameri- 
cans and the Nationals. 


gun* on Amoy shelled 
little Quemoy. Nationalist 
planes attacked Red ships in 
Amoy Bay. 

The Nationalists reacted 
coldly to Washington reports 
lhat UJS marines and jet« might 
he based nn Formosa. A quali- 
fied official said "had the move 
not been linked with a cease 
fire, our reartlon would have 
been one of unqualified en- 
dorsement " 

Nationalist quarters 
at an announcement hy India's 


/ mlcr Itmnir A flack 


) oluntary Public Compliance 
Key to Evacuation Success 


SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) — Gen. Nguyen Van 


scoffed He declared Ihp revolutionary erected barricades around then 
committee deposed Ban Dai Europeanized zone in Saigon tr 
I abide by a Prime Minister Nehru that he Saturday Illegally and that it« prevent Vietnamese from enter 

regardless of was sending Krishna Mennn to provisional government headed lug. 

x»ses it was Peiping to continue talk* begun by Premier Ngn Dlnh Diem was 
ier so far as a t the Aslan African confer Illegal W"V • 

dmlnisttatlon enre in FWidung UNDER THREAT I \ f g 

Friday ^Piping radio quoting Van Vy repudiated Ban Dai 171111 I i J I I 
hiang a tor a < omrmlnlst news agency, said Saturday night hut he said lie 

George Yeh there wyVe nn grounds for cease had acted under threat of dr.itn .- _ 

ment with fire sf* lk< «lme the United from the committee in the I ■ I M/I 

* of a defense Stajw* and Red China were not palace /"k I 1 I Wl d"l 

S . ttiat he *Ewar. Van Vy said phun himself wu» 7. vFJLJlvF 1T7\3 

Red China/ But Saturday, quoting no no w a prlaop/r in the palace, 
agreement source, the Reds’ official radio .... .... ... .... 

ih, P r, -aid ar, rrartv to ll “ '* lwn "'" r WASHINGTON AP. - A 

... ... ..... .. .. . ... . command nf the army on orders group of experts, ending a nvo- 

a\£.s ™ 1 Z? 1 ", n ' . S O " f Ba « thousands of Say inference. Saturday mgh, 

f .I, ,, T 1' r ,. Pn * r v " ,1 ' " n troops into strategic positions approved Ihe U.S. government's 
With U Th ?? r’TT nr "» **<""'<' ,hp He said he Withdrawal of the Cutter vac 

' P _ w r ' p * r • * * would maintain or, Ier xml the cine for itudy, hut urged that 

_ army appeared to tie behind anti polio inoculation* he con- 

Ian Dropped h "T. „ , , v IS Is wlth ,romoihrr 

if V v declared he hid drawn on m.ikeis 


LAS VFCAS. Nev. if'Pi - Sue* The test shot, originally arhed- 
eessiul evacuation of Canadian uled for Tuesday, was tenta- 
cities in event of an atomic at- lively spt ror today following a 
tack will depend upon a high series of postponement* due to 
degree of voluntary compliance unsuitable weather conditions. 
In the public. Dr. Fred tj. Rob- - . 

eiK.,n of Ottawa said Saturday. 

The parliamentary assistant be up to io, alulefen.se and 

to I lealtji Minister Paul Martin. <* ,v ‘c organl/atlona to draft their 
whose department Is resp„n>.hte oWn , * VMCUa,,on P Unv 
i'»r rivil defense, said in an inter- "Federal authorities will give 
vtrw itiat plaits already are general guidance and assistance 
under way to educate the public btii the final plan for any one 
to the need for full co-operation city or town will have to be 

based mi condition* and escape 
F. route* peculiar to that city." 

CO- Evacuation exercises like 
I a those planned for St. John's. 
Han Nfld., May 21 and Calgary in 
icro August were designed In part 
'he to bring this lesson home to t tie 
L’tie public. 

PROGRESS GOOD 

He said "excellent progress" 

1 was being made in civil defense 
I work In Canada About 167,000 
prisons now were wording In 
Civil defense organizations 
•‘■m*- the country the majority 
of them trained personnel, 
ulr - 1 Both Dr Robertson and MaJ - 
ihe Gen. M. II S. Penhale. comm-unl- 


Fig/i ters 
Can Tote 
A-dombs 


He sa*d such planes rmdd he r | V |j defense 
“decisive" in preventtnt: nr official , 
quickly ending so-called little m ,,eh-posipon 

war * * atomic test. 

t,en. Thomas D. White, atr 

vice chief of staff, un Veiled a » 

nev air force .<i.ept f ( >r u-lng A I,,.., 

tactical air. i.ttt "Equipped -llwlll 

with either atomic or lion 

ainml, w<-.qw»n-; t, , , „p, will 111 

nihhliii. Commuf . .r ,, | () | ) |( 

"at any trouble spot on earth." 

Hi* statement* offered one WASHING! 
answer !o a question Mime con "inn Clinton f 
gres-uonal democrat* iu\< »*•,•!! Congressional 
asking how Is the United committee *a 
Males going to fight "Itluge summer % am 
wars' like Korea with the lerence in G 
Eisenhower administration's* blow off «nrm 
* new look' 1 defense force which boom the pen 
emphasize* nlr power ami atom, 
atomic weapons and «harplv He predict,* 
reduce* army ground force turning point 
strength’ applications of 


Public Health 


They recommended 'MH a I III 1 rr 11 1 gxv* 

ii a- chief of state and rareful dxv to-dav laboratory MJIllo a I Clyllllvl 
Cd the regime to the 4 tu*ly be made of ail per*on* ^ 

rn f ' down with polio a tier Ql KBl < » ITY <(p. The 
iturday jeheliion seemed i r eiving vac ln< 'o assist In Uunard liner Scythia limped 

r> cost the playbov ,hief determining whether Cutter into harbor here Saturday night 
** his tote as chief of vaccine l* faulty. with * damaged how after ml- 

Thev al«o said "it is partial- "ding with • freighter 100 mile* 
he French had continued larlv important" tor doctor* to downstream, 
gni/e Ran Dal, who Jives keep careful data on all tnocula Details nf the accident were 
french Riviera, as chief ti,*n* they administer and of not available late Saturday 

'••hr general health of the In- night, hut It wm known the 
n»««lbilltv nr trouble here dividual* " passenger liner amaahed Into 

'he Vietnamese and the Surgeon General I^onard A the freighter Funland, owned by 


Social Credit Theory Same 
As Soap-Maker's Coupons 


Thousands Give Lives lo Christ 
As Graham Cuds Glasgow Crusade 


Speaking to the Vancouver 
East Social Credit A**, relation. 
Mr. Irwin said "When shelve*, 
and machine* of a *>'»p com 
pany get clogged." they laaue 
bonus coupon* to npeed the 
flow of their product*. 


"If a soap company ran do It." 
he said, "why can't the Cana- 
dian government?'' 

He said a Social Credit gov- 
ernment would supplement I ha 
money supply if Inventories 
were too high. 


GLASGOW (AP‘ Thousands nine track around the football 
marched forward with tears Beld. Three men came next 
and smiles Saturday night as 1h '* n ,hp >' P f 'bred in ten*, scores 
HiMv c;r«h»m ,wrp. hU h.nd. '£> l?* 

• nr, ,„,l M ,d: "Choov youth.. Aclln , hr ,. holr v , nc , Wh 
oa\ -give vour life to Christ." ij, mb of C ;od" and still more 

The young American evange I^d'le .an, frpm th« far re- 
lict brought hi* *lx week Scot- K lon * of *»*• ^and*. 

»««h crusade to a climax before Graham ht/nM*lf stood rigi,L 
»»>**re*''tban ldOilOO |u*r^..o« at hi* head bowed. 

Hampden Park Stadium WfTM'XSKN 

Ih live gloaming, Graham hekJ Then he told those who had 

* 'oft the Hihle and told the vast ro mr forward that they must 

mult i tud e to make a religious now in lhPlr llvc , t 

decision now. Softly the 4.000 witness for Christ." He said 
voice* in the rholr behind him (hat Ihl* applied at their place* 
►ang: "Oh Lamb of God 1 of work, to their neighbors, to 

« "ma." 

-MOTION FROZEN 
From the packed terraces of 
this football stadium, the largest 
it' Europe, there was * mnm*n 
'*r> hush, a freezing of all 
motion. — 

Then a woman and two little 
Urii came forward onto a run 


vnent 


VANCOUVER 


'C’Pi — Educa- is to dcvrlop character, no more 
lion Minister Ray Willlston says tw no lam,t he xatd. "Every- 
Ihe time has come to rid ,hins rnu • ,,, ** dovetailed to the 
schools of "free rldera’ -thote bU " d ‘ ng of ,h * ^vlduaL 

who won't work “? ur rh,pf J ob *• 

, , . . people, and If we have 

He told representatives of good people we must 


To those who look backward used a |2 shovel and irtFd It 
To tne "good old day*" when wit The t»oy wTio moves earth 
different educational method* ,od *y doe* it with a 110. (XK) 
were used, the minister said: m *' bine 

"We must . prepare these "? pr#Clkt 

make .voung people to live an effec . prPa ' 

live life in a generation from VVe " n ,Par71 b V ^»mple " he 
ha.iu They are not going to **”•. ' You toni y fnin i 

the trend towards -mas* educ. ,,v ^ 25 > rar# but ^ aduU « 

Mon" and work tow ards the * >'**•« * n the future. I he^ m JTT *5 

^ NFKDS < J 'ben d Sol, another W^v',* ^ 

^he . 1 , U * ’ n ^ W y p - r " • bad example hy hi. ao 

ihe mas* of students. ( went Into the labor market and Ilona. 


"The community has many 


teach them discipline before 


bHng turned into the labor 
market. 

D B. Mackenzie of Ihe Varv 
couver school board, com me nr- 
log on Mr Willlston 'a plea for 
training of the Individual. **kedr 
How c-n we develop leader* 
and develop individual charac- 
ter In our large, overcrowded 
classes ?" 

He said hi* group barked the 
"need for reduction of else of 
classes. " 


human contacts. 


"The chief