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Little ‘RemLrandts' Hav 


Loaded Ultimatum 


Capital Blacked Out 
.4,s Deadline J\ears 

Bl’FINOS AtRUS <AP>- -The rebel armed forces helc 


MOSCOW <AP) The Soviet 
government announced Sunday 
a broad amneaty which seta free 
or reduce* the pn*on terms of 
Soviet dtlxena convicted of col- 
laborating with the Ormana 
during the Second World War. 

The terms of exile and de- 
portation of many other Rut- 
alan citizens were ended 
An eight-point decree of the 
prae«ldium of the Supreme 
Soviet publKhed in Sunday 
morning’s Moscow newspapers 
also cleared of guilt Soviet 
rilizens who collaborated with 
the (iermans during the nar 
and then stayed abroad 
It said they would he per- 
mitted to 


tive lor ntne >ear« mu't rrsign by May 
the Sabbath's “lirst light' . 'Hie 
sun comes up ai h 4$ 

In any case, the impIivaiiMn was 
that any altai k on Etuenos Atrp* 
would be deterred unitl the dead- 
line pas.«e« 

KrxiKT iHKe:AT^M':i> 

Coupled with this capilal m the 
rebels' threat of bombardmem was 
Mar del Plata, a seasHir re*oi1 and 
commerruiJ centre of IW.nmt p«ipu 
lalam X10 milr-a smiiheast of Ru<*n- 
o* Aim. It has a submarine and 
seaplane base 

The heart of Bueno* Aire*, the 
PIh/js de Mayo, wa* hlarked <»>■ 
in the mghl Amateur an raid 
wardens rruiaed w-rdor* borderini: 
the pilrh-hlai'k pla/a to put out 
lingering lights spoiling Ihe hlack 
oul. ’Hiey snapfied w ire* and broke 
fuse boar* of store* that had lell 
light* on and knocked oul neon 
signs 

While the prospect* centred on 
this capital city, home to three 
million of Argentina * 19 millH>n 
peuple. the government claimed s 
major victory inland — recapture 
of the city of Cordoba. 
nr.nr.i. nr.MAL 

Rebel radio bmadrasts disputed 
this. Two rebel sialion* that pro- 
claimed they were Cordoba fmighl 
•in in the battle of the 


NIKITA KHRl'SHCHEV 


renter society if 
ihev return home repentant and 
work for their country 
The statement also said Ihe 
government would ease the re- 
turn to Ihe 5W>vlel I’nlon of 
Soviet citizen* and their 
families who had remained 
abroad and now wanted to 
return 

The decree specifirally denied, 
however, amnesty to .Soviet 
citizen.* who became member* 
of ’’punltlw detachmenia con- 
victed of the murder and 
torture of .Soviet citizen* " 


MOS(?OW (UP) — Soviet CommQmjrt party 
Nikita S. Khm-hchev warned last niRhl the ami 
Ru.s.sian leaders .«inoe the Geneva confcreru*e do not 
they have atiandoned Com- 
rounist policy. 

'Those who expect Ihl* to 
happen might Just s* well 
wait for B shrimp to learn 
how to whistle," Khnishrhev 

Mid 

Khiu*hrhe\ made the remark 
at a 3’» hour reception in 
honor of the sislimg fji*i Ger 
man delegation following the 
.start of talka here Ssiurday. 

It was Ihe lonpest diplomatic 
reception at the Kremlin in 
rei’eni year- 

Khiii-xhthev declared "Ii Is 
jwiid that the .Soviet leader* 
smile This Is a real smile. It, 

IB rmt false 

'*\Se want to ll\e In peace, 
in tranquility. ' he added. 

"But If anyone thinks that 
our *mMes rr>ean Ihe abandon- 
meni of the teachings nf 
Mart. Kngel* and l^nln he 
U deceiving hlmvdf iTuelly," 

Khrush<-hev said. 


Sn\i« Premier Nikolai A 
Bulganin, East German 
Pramier Otto Grutewohl and 
his deputy. Waiter Ulbrichl, ail 
spoke at conatderable length 
and In a confidant mood. 

They all made It clear that 
RuksIb doe* not Intend to 


Sn many Victoria vounRsterfi like Penny Boyd. B. left. 
.TM Windermere, have irgistered for painting clashes 
for the 4-to-6 age group at the Art Gallery that cura- 
tor Colin Graham ha.* M'heduled a third ciaa« thi.a 


>'ear. Openings remain In rla.s.sos for "veteran.*’* such 
as Ronald Rilrhie. 10. centre, of 72*1 Mount Joy. and 
Stewart King, 11. of 615 Witoon. Budding Romhrandfs 
.khould register before Instruction begins Sept. 26. 


»eo2ra 


sir-wave* 
hours after me Peron force* wild 
they h*rt retfutneri the city and pul 
mwirttenl survivors into di<u>rri«-rly 
riight. 

The loyal army, in s mirtnighi 
communique, asserted itir rebels 
were using portable radsM to sir 
their claim* that they *011 control 
rorriob*. -WO mile* northwest of 
Buenos Aire*. 

A massive government fon-e w as 
reported moving on the t*iierlu 
Beigrsno-RiUua Blanca aie* m Uir 
south of Buenos Au-es priAim e 
'The communique sahI the loynl- 
ist.s ha\e nor yet launrhr«i an aI 
isik on Pueriu Relgrano. hul thAt 
the .‘kh inlAntry regiment and sup- 
porting wAi-pUne* are m tmsition 
for the assnuU. A broadra.«i eArher 
from the naval base said the in- 
fantry regiment had swiirhed in 
Ihe rebel aide. 

"PKA( E REKiNS- 
■•\VUh the exceptmn of iheve 
fmal spots of rebellion ’ said 
a government hroa-J. .«st ••••' 
moat absolute tranquilily 
mgn« ■ 

Rut the annoumement of 
three provincial developments 
was paralleled by an order from 
Mai. flen. Erankltn Uucero. 
supreme commander of the 
loyalists, blarking out the Pla/a 
de .Mayo area of downtown 
Bueno* Aire*. 

The hlarknut order unea- 
plalned came after repeoinl 
warning* from rebel radio *ta 
iitin* that the Insurgents wnuld 
bombard Bueno* Aire* from 'he 
air and frtim Ihe *ea in their 
liatlle to drive Juan Domingo 
I'eron from the presidential of 
flee he ha.s held »^‘n<e Ifvifi 
The rebel* proclaimed a block 
ade of Argentina * roasi 
Though ine government has 
contended the navy l* ioval 
Adm. Juan E. Rojas said in a 
rebel declaration- 
"All the fleet head* toward 
Bueno* Aire*. Triumph Is near 
for the good of the fatherland 
and ill inaMtuilons " 


NICOSIA. Cyprus lAPi— 
Rioter* buiTted down the Brit- 
ish Inatitule here Saturday 
night. They are believed to ba 
member* of the outlawed under- 
ground terrorlat organization 
Eoka. 

British troops of the .South 
.Staffordshire 
dispersed 


Vast New Area on Mars’ Face 
Held To Be Living Vegetation 

WASHINGTON i APt— Discovery Dr P C. SHpher, leader of the " - ■ 

of a \n*.l nrw( blue-gtren area, lo:>< Noltonal Geographic - Iwowell 4 t t t * LA m 

tiriwved In be living vegetation. , Observatory expedtlam which pho- x J a 4^ 4^ #1 m M ^ 4? ^ / M'S S* § 

on Uie surlier ol Mar* was rr|Kui- ingraphcd Mar* fmm .South Africa J- W %■ \ J / f §. g f_,. O kSJ f C • f C 

ed .Saturday by the Nali«««l tleo- Slipher akme made mure than JO 

graphic K-lv 000 phnlitgraph* M ^77 W 1 

The anrxMini cment said ihr dii .Saluntay s announcement said # #1 m SS B* § 

rnvrry of Mu* '.WlSIO squarr mile disroverv of the new area, near MSS M. \ #«e7 JLdJX. M 9%'^ M I 


regiment later 
mob* of demon- 
■irators with tear gaa and warn- 
ing shots. 

Eoka was outlawed this week 
In an effort to atop disorders 
resulting from demands for 
self determination of rule over 
this British Eastern Mediier* 
ranean Island bastion. 

A recent British Greek Turk- 
ish confereme In London failed 
to reach a decialon on the la- 
land’s future. 

Britain and Turkey want 
Britain to keep it. The ma)ortly 
ol people here are of Greek 
descent and Turks are In a 
minority. It la Briiaui's moat 
Important Middle East base 
since t)>e derision lo leave Sues 
to Egypt. 

The rlntera began attacking 
cart and atorred police who 
attempted lo halt them. A 
military police Jeep was set on 
fir*. 


ssintr 


WIN.MPEG lt;P' I 
alcohol ediiiatiiin should liegtn 
early in high arhool because 
two-lhlrd* of persons who later 
become alrnhnlics siart drink 
ing then Dr E .M .lellinek. an 
authority on alcnhohsm. ad- son " 
vised Manltoiia * Bracken liquor ' You say n\ a poi 
Cfimmia.s|nn. child Neen Daddy 

Dr. Jellinck ronaiiliant on f'X'lHoil* and nothir 
alrohoh.sm to the World Health tr> it ton 

Organl/aiion. talked with the 
commisainn in Kehiuary and his A * / 'I 

have been re /I lit 1.1 1/1 


Intensive because that ta when Ihev face 
the problem of drinking or no! 
drinking. It's extremely danger- 
ous, he said, to u*e the ap 
pmarh nf some tempeiaji«e 
worker* that alcohol is • poi- 


.''PIRIT LAKE Wash 'API — 
So weak from hunger and cold 
they were barely able lo move, 
two elderly prospectors who 
have been missing ainre last 
Sunday In thia nigged mountain 
rnuntry were found late Satur- 
day. 

A w idespread search ha* been 

conducted since Tuesday when 
the alarm was first sounded by 
J E. ( aalle. Pt. who turned back 
after accompanying the men on 
a uranium prospecting tnp into 
tJIffnrd Pinchol National Kore«i. 

The pair, Charles Allger. SS. 


romment* now’ 

(eased. 

Ha Raid children should he 
confronted with the facts about 
alcohol when they are 14 or 15 


Hurricane 
Heading 
For Shore 


TORONTO .CP> A pint 
bottle containing an anil-hiiiod 
clotUng solution was reported 
today en mute by plane to India 
from Canada. 

The Canadian Red t'ros* uid 
It may save the life of an Indian 
woman w hose son helped In the 
lf>M conquest of Mount Everest 
The plane ta expected to arrive 
Monday In Nagpur. 

Arrangement* were made 
with the Canadian Red Cross 
to have a pint of the toltinon 
prodm-ed at Acton, Ont,. flown 
to India. 


MIAMI, ria (API Hurri- 
cane lone, the biggest and 
strongest tmpkal storm of tha 
year, continued her relentleaa 
advance toward the fieorgla 
and Caroiinas coasts 5Uturday 
night. 

’There's not much doubt that 
lone la going to come ashore " 
said Gordon Darm. chief storm 
forecaster for the Miami hurri- 
cane warning centre 

’The Mg question now la 
where’’* 


iperatlon for the last lime this In share late blooming flowers 

with hoKpItal patienlA. 

Thousands of blooms were 
distributed through the plan 
earlier this year, cheering ftiunt 
less shut ins deprived of (he 
pleasure* of a garden 
nower* will he picked up 
Friday morning and presented 
to patients In the Veterans’ 
hospital and St. Mary’s Prinry 
in the afternoon 

Gardener* with a aarpln* 
of fall Moos os are aakRd in 
phone (he Colonist at S-4II1 
before f pjn. Tliitraday so 
that ne r eaaary arrangements 
can he made In advance for 
Ihe Friday cniiectloa. 

Once again driver* are being 
invited tn aisist in (he mUer 
t|on. Each driver will he given 
only a <hort list of addre«<es 
which flower* may be 


Inside Today 


Bearskin on Broitditay 


Britnin Up in Arms 


t rage 

Animal Queatioti Box It 

far comae 15 

Travel Column . . 15 

Ring Plaherman Contest St 

Ito-ll-Yoaraelf It 

Padre In Prlnl S 

Rntcrlainment Parade A 

TV Preview . 7 

5 nice of One S 


< roaawnrd ... St 

Contract Bridge . SI 

RdlloHala . . 4 

MnaAcMI News .. 11 

(i. R. Morthnore's Column t 
Garden Note* _ t 

Ishmd News 14 

Pattern* . tl 

Radio Pmgrama tt 

Hoclal 15. If. Id. tl 

t. f. If 
14 

- 1 


EOni on.MOftF sponsrim 

IXINDON iAP< — A battle of soi'iatMm 
word* raged in Britain yevtcrday * 
nvrr ih, .ppr.r.nr, 

of Maj Alaslair Rilrhw dre**ed in |« ohviou 
, a Scots Guards flammi^tunir and ^ 
a big bearskin hai 

J T7»* major • L- B. tour la being Imyl 


IV et Ae ' It Is wimething he rttnuld never Mimed to the major i defence— for puWirtty for BnUak fageantry 
have been asked to do ' against rrttira and eeremimieJ ** 

nev* IS The runtmverxy arose when re- We are delighted. said a London newspaper rartnnnista 

!.xpre«i porls of Ihe gallant guardsman s spokesman "The Scots Guanla lampooned the major on (he front 

Riichte appearance on American leievi- band goes over in October Ms) pages One of them drew an Amer- 
beat- smn at Yankee Madmm and m a Ritchie wUl be acting as a diaev ran girl Inaperttr^ hia medals 

vn Into New York mghi club reached ism- plu» officer for them. We ap- ’’An' (Ms cole 111 etr Irre-waa 

n pub- don . proached the war office and they that for puMkity or just a mtH- 

t The Bntiab TDtvtf Aaaoriatian let bus ga aut adfly la be tmed tary caatpain?*' Mie aahad. 


from 
picked up 

Volunteer driver* are asked to 
phone the Colonist before 5 pm. 
Wednesday. 


Astrology 
< laasifiesl 
Comics .. 


.Spnri 
Tele rf Rina 
Theatres 


V 





Saily Cotanifit viceoria, B.C., Sm., Sepi. is, i9ss 




ALL ABOARD 


With G. E. Mortiniore 


Child Snatched from Death ^TC/inf Kind of War? 

. n'> Defence Indecision 


Tronbles Ouawa 


Tory Pictiirv 
Pleases Drew 


OTTAWA i{*H> -Same »enmr of- 


('oliimniAt O. T.. Morllnuirrt U on hoH(lft>i. Durlnc 
hU ah^^'nrr, Thr Hally < i»lu(iUt hUI puhliih mmim* of 
Iho outkiandinx •'All AlM*ardV frmn prr%loua year*. 

(K<*|M*iiled fnim Man-h 25, 19.>l) 

I HLS is a tt-rriblo cold I Iiavo," said tlu* caller. 

’■Why don't you slay home?" I su^esled. and 
backed up several steps. "Or se<* a doctor." 

"No use* There's nolhing the doctors can do for 
you. That’s the trouble with medical .seJenre these 
days,” sajd the caller, moving fonAard as fast a.s I 
moved ba< k. "Achoo! All !h**s<> new medicines, and 
they ran ! do a thing to prevent the spread of the 
common cold " 

And he wagged a germ-laden handkerchief two 
Inches from my nose to emphasize the point. 

* * * 

".Sometimes it's the patient's fault," I said. 

"No doubt of it.” said the visitor. "I tell you, 
Mortimore the world w full of fools. Look at the 
people we elect to represi*nt us In jwirliament, I^ook 
at the H-bomb. Achoo' I tell you, Mortimore, there’s 
some kind of infection spreading through our entire 
political life. Achooo' Koff! Koffl" 

"There's an infection spreading all right." I said. 
"But it's nothing to do with politics.” 

By this time I had barked right up to the wall, 
and turned my bead as far from the visitor as I 
could vvithouf ecdually wringing my own neck. Unable 
to aim a direct charge of bacteria at me. he tried for 
a sidelong shot. He breathed In my ear. 

’The world is sick," he said. 

* * * 

"You’re right." I said. "Now', if you’ll excuse me, 
I have to go and interview a man who Ls mtushing a 
dog-team from coast to roa.st." 

"Yes. you mustn't let me detain you. But a.s I 
was saying, the world Is In a terrible state. Kofff 
Koff! Look at St Laurent, Look at FUsenhower. They 
don’t know which w’ay to turn. Look at McCarthy. 
And th<*n therr is the problem of over-population. 
Aaaghchooo! There isn't enough food in the world. 
Too many people are being bom. and very few are 
d>ing." 

•'A'ou’re certainly doing your be.st to solve that 
problem." I said. "With those gi»rms you’re .scatter- 
ing. you .should cut a wide swathe through the .surplus 
humans around here. I’ll bet you’ve left a dozen new 
cases of pneumonia behind you today." 

« * * 

"Yes. Indeed." he observed, not hearing a word I 
said. "Well. I’ve enjoyed getting your opinions. I'll 
have to move along now*. I’m booked to address an 
antl-fluondatlon meeting. Koff? Koff! This crazy talk 
of adding fluorine to our drinking water — It’s a 
menace to health. Aaehoff! I Intend to got out among 
the |)eople and fight it with all my strength." 


I \ANCOt\tft iCP' - Hon ''tt ••hfuild he ren.^ldeifHl «a 

•| Prow, naliiinul Pn.«re*i eriisiivi* pan ni nur naUonnl 

T T C4 kjve Conwivauve loatltM- -kahl ‘leti'nce, ' he vaul 

n„. a n.w ..lo h,„. * P'n.O “ - - - 


ficinl* here ihe ijftvmmu'til But it ■> imm-Muiij iluti thiA re- ^ ‘‘Con.^ervause revival 





U tHung plii4-4-(i m iin nwkw.ird pn st:Ut>mt-nl nppeHrs than a thr<»u'$:houi the uurhl ' 

sUion by ii.-i tlrh-nri* jx>lir>. month Uforo Um? mcctiiuf of NATO Mr. Prew. who ts In BC on 

On one hand. Cfvemnienr stx*kes defpn.-e inmutrn In Pam ^netklne tour oolnt^i to nn 

men have aiijd thai the ni:im threat D posstble that Defence Mins-- . * 

lo the free world in total war put thii view be- d*** L.i» . Australia, New 



that therefore ihi* continent la the forcefully. 

key to Wetlern delence. Last Jan. 36. Mr. Pearson told 

On the other hand. U of the Cbmmons that NATO tlwuld 


where, he said, partlei are ns- 1 
Ing to power with policies of 


RCAF's 21 fighter aquadrons are 


examine changes in the vulner- ‘'progress based on tested mea 


HEARING-AID 
OF THE WEEK 


WONDERFUL! 


Just thnv years ago nine-year-old Anne Bekus of 
Hiimilton, Ont . was not expected to live through the 
I night after und«»rgoing a serhjus and lengthy lung 
graft oixTation. Blood from a tonsillectomy had 
I entered Anne's Itmg and paralyzed one side of her 
I l)ody. Now after lhit*e years’ of hospital care and 
many of»eralions, the youngster is once more a happy 
and healthy little girl.— (Central Pre.« Canadian) 

Not Notified, Sav Parents 

Children Roving 
Blamed on Police 


In V.m^n* In . «Knrl "blHty Of VftnOUS NATO •rcaS as surct" , 

based in turopc in a ahon, n-nir iinH iKai ihi« cusiomrra *■! hmg 

violent war. fighter squadnins are “Cur ann inai ini% examin- pleawd with standing who has alwav* he.tul 

the only weapons Canada would increasing party's posluon In Canada. <*A>remcl\ well with each heai- 

have at haml for defence Kur»ipcan 'he ‘^*niinue<^ wouldn't “’ti ‘“'t tie has purchasM o%rr 

The government has pnde«I itself America as a ^ partVs rhances In ’ll'’ states that he neser 

,•> •«.««•- ,n .NATO area . pari.> s i/mnccs m thought It po.^8lhle that a hear- 

.Some officials question the piiliey ‘"r m si learrai eieciion jng anj cnuld S4» closely ap- 

i. .n..,K*r nf H.. «0'ng lo prepare for . ITngres.sive Cnnsorxaiive pruaeh ti.e result* of normal 

There ts another aipcrl of d« • war— a 1ol.il nuclear 'f*‘ter also commented m a hearing as the PARAVOX 

rrw-epolK-y which confereiu-e lo Premier THAN Some Hr found that It 

to be a subject of behmd-the- .i,- Rives wonderful results even 

..4-enes debate here: whether Can- comentionul wea » * ilu.r x ‘f’*’ most dUflcuH hear- 

ada should try to prepare for both . . . . r-uLuln i f* ^ condition.* . . . *uch as m 

nuclear and comentinnal warfare, Th*'”’ cn iei*m in re ^on to VS, fund.* noiay place* and crowded rooms 

whirh If ■« rfninp nr thmw *11 ii< "Tny Itself that the 1st Divisions There U nn u.se fooling our with manv persons ttlking at 
.eftort ^htod me' assum™Ton G-Utetow. N R ^Ives that we ran rut the tol- 

a future war would be shon, vk>- .Tu'i ^*"*‘^* ind gKes"?n 

lent and nuclear. cenied with Second World War tac- not rut tt Inside." he said. ‘'It oter "he lelJphone 

The pmblem of bow lo resolve .... seriously affect our eeo 

NATO i“ommilmrnls and the nerds Government policy has favored nnmy and threaten ihe Influx .> oii are (nvllM to call at th# 


f/ff f ix-n are tmnxing m terms or oe 

fence ruts 

A Victor., t.thor ch,r»«t „ep.H„ .l ob- 

last night that because police Jecia of an overnight .search In External Affiurs Mmi* 

faded lo notify him or hi;- wife, the aiea. They were found ter Pearson says the protection of 
on Wednesday when their two, Thursday iloeputg under a North America, mam base for nu- 
Chn<lr.n wer, foun. w.n..r,n, r.,„ c.„.« In 

«*nd were taken home to their • .vfteld defence as Ihe ftatKming of 

enipiy hou.se the youngsters' Mr. Soherr agreed that If the North American troops m Europe 

r.r, ,«,v aRttln ,nd wnren’t ' > 

* . , . , rla-sse* that day there wouldn l' 

found until ihe next day trouble. I 


.effort behind ihe assumption that n . .-*n n., me m,- - - r.,™ 

a future war would be shon, vk>- .Tu'i ^*"*‘^* ind gKes^^n 

Irni and nuclear. cenied with Second World War tac- not rut .1 Inside." he said. ‘'It oter "he lelJphonr 

The pmblem of bow lo resolve .... seriously affect our eeo 

NATO commitments and the needs Government policy has favored nomy and threaten the Influx ^ oii are Invited to call at th# 

I for home defence ix of growing Pr^Pantlion for b.ih l>pes of war nf foreign capita) that ha.s been 

Icnncm U. ...c Rov.mn.cn., T” S’ '“"'7 .1" ® .o 

One solution, of eourse would . • ” . Canadas piosperttv this PAHAVnX out mi 

h.* a vastly increased defence hud- • ^ " ^ -Mr. Drew said he was in favor Inal. If vou are not able to 

get to build more fighter “-quadrons n * » t* i u* estahlishlng a Canadian come to the office we will ar- 

at home. But the govemmcnl is i--*ny merchant marine to help stab- mnKe for a lepresenlaiive -o 

reluctant to incresM. defenee ex- ^ !" iUze the country, trade ^"^ne 

rvrnditures rsoeciallv at a time Canada a Arctic n.>t pnmanly to 

iThen some nf Canada s NATO part- '-"nij'o'-lh American cities of at 

nera are thmkmg m term, of de- UU I IMI. t. 


a future war would be brief and 


.Mr. Drew said he was in favor Inal. If vou are not able to 
nf establishing a Canadian come to the office we will ar- 


bomber forre to get off the ground 
and head for Russia 


NEW CLASSES F0RMIN8 
SEPT. II • 21 


Diund until ihe next day j 

Peter P. . Schorr, 1150 Hillstde. 


.. But. he charged, police 

^ Imj ^* 40 I “covered up" neglect of duty 

hH children. • statement that Mrs. 

(iary. 6. were Mumped off by 
police early In the afternoon 
Into the empty house. He said 

I they told the youngsters to YelJowhead Pa*.s. where the 
*iay put," notified a neighbor Canadian National Railways 
that the children were h«xne cro.xs the Rorky Mountains Is 
and left. I the hiwest 1 3,717 feet! pass 

Polhx* picked up Ihe hy any railway In North 

* uandertnjr pair after they America. 


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1 ! - - - were rcport«*d riding a Vic- 

toria >\eat bUH for an hour, 
claiming they didn’t know 
where they lived. 

Police later -said that Mrs. 
Scherr had been notified at 
wor*. that Ihe fluldrcn were at 
home, but .Mr. Scherr said hla 
wife did not receive a call and 
r^k that she was probably on her 
, way home from work at the 
lime. 

' By the lime Mrs. Seherr 

Bv M. V. OIKSNLT. fTtHS temporary, though, and the only arrived home the children had 
Traii*planUng Rows -'R cure 1 know of la io| 

rumant When I hive to trans remove their food supply b> de W\ t m 

plant rov.x from one part of i "^°rmlng the lawn. § 

the garden to another. I llkej I have been told that the di 
to gft the Job done between Oci. I C*****'® xystem of the mole a ■ • 

20 and Nov. 10 Cut the top !*'’ constituted that he must eaij 1 //|tf 

growth shoot* back by about <^Mlantly or die. so if you 

one third first, and lake cure,'’*" get rid of the worms. »he| , 

to damage the root* a* Utile tn^ics must move to a morej \ g\w a w 

a.s po.s.vthle. plentiful supply of food. They jf k § t 

aiugs. grubs and ciilworma.l __ _ . ! 


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Cut (iff or ahorten any broken 


w. fellow* are LONDON lAP'-Tbe Archbiahop 

>™r bu.hM «-.«ely In ‘h' lh.n In <hn lawn. twral c„n.,n,raWna. a«1 

•P''"''. < Th» worm, may b. HUM olt 

Lettuce Root Aphis- 'N. H. hy dressing the lawn with mer i irtr* 

H. Victoria' When ANY plant jcuf-ie chloride, arsenate of lead. . ^ whai^nt-oole^desire 

shows sign, of wilting or bmwn- 1 ^ etc. but I am always (11;^ h.ivAhe r«hi to hive ’• the 

Ing of the leaves without any ,fc«id ihe bird, might feed upon Anglican leader said Friday night, 
evidence nf lasect damage crj,he poisoned worms, and I pre- „ , „.pvice in Sf raul’s cathedral I 
blight. 11 1* a pretty sure bet ' f^r to use Ihe non poisonous |*cr marking the centenarv of the Bnt-. 
that something Is after the pnt.-»5h. half i Young Womrn'a Christian As I 

root.*. • teaspoonful to a gallon of jpK-irttion ' 

I suggest that you pull up one water, and one gallon per! He- said It w wrong for pe*'plei 
of your ailing plant* and have square yard. ThI.s render* the|(oday to jeer at the itncier moral 
a good lo'»k at the roots, prefer' soli distasteful to the worma, rom'epts of the Victorians The Vic- 
ably through a reading gla.ss ' and they come wriggling up and tonsns had many virtues the pres-i 
or small magnifying gloss ni ^ make their way to more congen enl cenemlton lack*, had achieved' 
wager a rubber lire wheel- lal living quarter*. much and talked lea* about It. 

barrow agaln-st a heat-up garden ■ 

trowel that vu find the root* mM" ^ f F'T • I 

"""fooT.vr Weather forecast \ 

Chlordane 1* ^e stuff for „ ,,, 1 1 ii *3 u i itm lo t n « n s 

these underground agents. Buy Nepl. Iff, ld-*D i } u i« ii • mm t» t n 

It In liquid form lor the control a few clouds. Clouding over l\ ?i{ mm?J iiSSJ. “*! 


moral cnn*ideralion.s. and not per- 


ish Young Women's Christian As I 
siM'iation ' 

He- said It w wrong lor pe*'plei 


Weather Forecast 


Sept. 18. 19.55 

A few clouds. Clouding over ;J 


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, 34 ■ 4 43 > 3 13 M II • M M t* t 13 M • 

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BY CRIKEY. ABE, THEM THERE 
( HKVROLET AUTYTVIOBEELS IS 
SURE ’NUFF THE POPULAR BUY 
nils YEAR. FELLER SHOWED 
ME WHERE THEY’VE 
SOLD MORE’N TWICE AS MANY' 
AS THE NEXT CAR. 


YEP! 508 CHEWYS THIS YEAR 
AGAINST ON’Y 253 O* THE NEXT 
NEAREST MAOIINE. RECKON THAT 
mERE CHFAROLET IS EVERY- 
raiNG THEY SAY IT IS DOWN AT 
WILSON MOTORS. MA SAYS SHE 
WANTS ONE FOR SURE. 


of root peat* -the 40 per cent, in the evening, Llttl* warmer. JSJjHJJJ * J i* ?? mb ii i* *• 
emul.xion and mix tt wPh Light winds. Precipltstlon Fri- ib.imiib. bm bbumiitism B3| 


water. p*>urlng 11 very slowly day. nil. Rimahlne, 10 hours 30, 

.Wa ..»» 1 ■ ImUJ T* 


around the roots. 
I'rarkcd Tnmalne* 


minute*. Monday outlook, a few 
ahowers- 


BBAxuni totar i 

T* lltiei In Stinirb Ib 1 *i ' 

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»ir ,.r* far HB *«;»f dMuft 33' 

fxinytti ('.r bBif-lse*« tlBoft nihtr ih»a I 


McF.. Vancouver* The cau*e of Rr<N>RDKD TFMrK.BATl RKS *»<» » «ibu'.4 

spilt akin* In tomatoe* t« ir- Htgh Low 5t r* t'd*. C4».tain a«t 


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reguUr growth, hrought on by 
a fluctuating wnier supply. ' • 

When Ihe .■kjU la dry. the akin High., 
of (he fruit* harden* and turn* Sunrise 
tough. Then, when water la ap- 


r tf>ii*krati:bf-s 
.65 Low - - . 

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(»r hair n^>> 444,..>t ii rint trt 

Tf.MPKRATT RF.q 


tough, men. When water la ap- o, Vancouver I* John * 

pl ed and the frujta ttarts ^ Ooudlng Halifax 


Min M-3X Preelp 


•well, the akin has lost 
elasticity and cra<4u open. 


over In the evening Little Montreal 
warmer Light wind*. High at Ottawa 


m 


Thla la why I have bean Nanaimo, 68, Monday outlook, Toronto 56 

preaching Ihe gospel of heavy , a f^w ahowere North Bay 60 

mulching around tomato plants l Vancouver 1* Arthur M 

= to iteady the moisture supply Moatly cloudy with light M 

and smooth out the periods of northern area*. Utile Winnipeg M 

dryneas and molstnew Give tfw tcrnp^ratiire Winds Brandon 52 

plants a real deep watering ' southeasterly 20 In nnrtherTv Regina 17 

flr*t. allowing the hose toiar^as, otherwise light. High at Saskatoon T5 

trickle slowly over the root* for E8t^>-an. 55. Monday outlook. Albert .34 

a long lime, then mulch heavily gj,owtrv Baillefnnl .18 

with straw, lawn Htppiof*. aaw- ' ISwUt Current 41 

dust, or what hav# you. fe»>m stoMara n«ai ! Medicine Hat 37 

The trouWe Is not cxmlaglous. » t TS* 2 ^2* 

but youd better pick off all ■ , -n 


riots ar virromia 

fOartm Bto» 4 ar 4 TlBia) 


various pests lo congregate. 


tewn. including poisoned bait, 
calcium cyanide, and even 
backing up the family car to 
the lawn and canning the ex 
haust gasac* Into the runs 
through a hose. The effects of 
all these IreaUoenta are very 


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fiaiig (Eolnniet VktorU, B.c., Sepi. is. iws 

THE VOICE ^ 
OF ONE ^ 


ron Kdifict' (lrunihli>s 


Rebel Guns Echo a Nation’s Ire 




H> Ht.WK S. MOKLKV 

This jfummoi 1 visited the .spiritual home of the 
I'nilM Stales New E^ngland. What does the United 

that do»»s not rrmie from New Eln^land? Kvery social, 
I*f»lificnl. or humanilanan movement of value has found, 
iK gene>js in those six stales— Vermont. Maine. New 
Hampshire. .Massnt hiis»*M.s. Rh<xie Island, and Omn^sdicut 
* whirh sviwp down in frosty beauiy from the (;reen and 
While .Mountains and the 

H'rk.shire Hills to the nisc*‘d eounir\- Rui ont> pmir mumrn'«. 


Aflantii*. 

A ii>r in s l/tili* M nn»' -^a- 
t'lwn I'.M III** ^Mirw* f.iv 
nruiini; nf iim firr<n 

r«'iiriigp And »mlrfK*fwtfnri» nf 
,\rw Knfiland pmplp (,»ne r\ 
ning hi« rintjr Ml rs/ic A1 Ihn 
f1’w*r *»Mnrt A «^\rn-ynAr-olf1 hov- 
‘ Sir, I vkAOl mv Ap|ieii'li\ l.ihrn 
oiji ’ Th^ finrior r\Afmnrfl him 
.SiiH> noiMii;li, h«> h.«<l A|i|«en(ti- 
Till* 

Thr flocOir plv»n<Ht llir pnicnU 
ih*» l.-illM-r w«> 
AnnI him In nrr \<m alnrir WV 
vv-inr him In kh » up iikI**- 
I** fvlf-ni ■ S(i ih# rt'M ior 
Onl;. ";.''n ihr U>v 
wi'll rnoiiKh !•» Kn Ivinie 
diH the p.iren(<< lomr lu 
h-m 

Sii«-h 

New CnelArwl It m a po>ir 


like |»«»r chiidifn. AnvHini to 
ifiu<'h 

In l'*W when Ih^ fedrrAl cnv- 
rrnmenr AlirmplM In aUpviaK* 
fnijh'ful flood mndiirnnK h> rMii- 
fts*'Atint; land And Ukurping 
AiA'f nghu ihpv Inughi ihem 
tonlh And nail )(Ad the f«*dpiHl 

govpmmpni forgoiirn ihni ihp 
AmerioAn revnluijon h<*E-»n hi fi-’ 
Hid Ihpy forgoitpn iHaI Nrw 
hingland hAd Iwir-p ihfioitrnpd tn 
IcAvp ihp union* Whrn ftoov- 
Ncli mm 'niank-sRivm? iIaip m 
ITW on NovpmlK*r 1 ihp> a<I- 
hrr«-d lo Ihp liArliiiiin.il IaaI 
nmrid.^ of ihp monih 

Hod IiIpm thpm' Umgfrllow s 
Walemriu ‘ Every BnMoniAn 
KprAka A\ if hp wpip IHp Pnpp " 
II tn»p of pvpry fpiU ^pw 
KnglAndiT 


T).» •rrrr U «a (ip«rt ->• Pir^i'tvn l*rien 

knP iir|fni n* P-' il ><•>. i« 

■ iv*4 m BiKi."* Akm •>*i< <* 'll*-'* III* !.**'! 

•! Onii*.i pr*>> 'I r .<r*>inv, ■ * ,1 

• *niri: ''laiiai*' • 

P»"-n •-i- :» •i;': *'‘i'.*iaiM 

• 'Muni U>* n>r( vtkit Atp> 

R> IHOMVS K f t KK^N 
(Copyriglil, I9.V>, b> Hip I ni|p>d rrp«iA) 

In the long run Prp«.idpnl Juan D. 
Ppnin of ArgpnUnA eannni win 

I . 

tp :<>n, lA fKtwer wi roni nup to 
(iPciinp .S<»mehtiw' amJ vome way in 
ihp near future F>ron will eeaue in l>e 
the dictator of ArRentlna. 

Every revolt againvi him ami iheie 
have M-n a half do/en in the la^t f,,ur 
Je-if^ chjp« away some of Ihe foun- 
dutlnn of his power Kvemually the 
Ktrurlure will rollapM' 

Thp umterlylng i-au«p for the re- 
|tpa|p(l iiprUings againsi r«-ron K 
Aimpip. Thp iMAipIp arp tirpd of liPing 
rulpd hv a dlriatnr. They arp Hrpd 
of tWng Apipd on. Thpv arp tired of 
having thplr iiiali oppned and Iheir 
telpphones lapped. They are fired of 
having friends and relatives arrested 
whimiit iveing able !«• find out where 
or whv they were Jailed. 


Under Peron Aigeniing has become 
a thorough police xtAie There is no 
free prr-sv Most of the new«pApe|A 
and all of the radio suiions |nng ago 
wete laken over by the guvemmeni. 

There are no rivll libertlpA. I’etiple 
are arrested on whim and held without 
trial and the iienllenllarles are luveked 
will) poMtIrsI primmer*. Bo> studenU 
as young as 14 year* are Jailed. 

Peron mnceded in a public speech that 
he had atnilished democratic liberties 
hut Justified the step by saying that »t 
was for the good of the people 

I’eron declared a “stale of inlernal 
war" four jears ago alter a revolt 
againsl lilni failed. That measure was 
never repealed. It permitted tile presi- 
dent to take any step against Ihe 
{terson nr property of any .Argentine 
riiiien without being res|M>nsihle to 
Ihe mnrts. IteceMl announremenls of 
a “stale of siege'* therefore, mean 
nothing and are only window dressing. 
I nder Ihe “state nf inlernal war” a 
pedestrian picking up a seslllhtus pam- 
phlet on Ihe sidewalk could he Jailed. 

’Ilie pre^nr army movement w.».s 


aupjvosetl to coincide with the revolt 
of the navy on June Jti The time 
Uhle WAS knocked oul. however, be- 
cause had weather delayed Ihe navy 
b»)mbinc planes NN'hde the navy 
bombers were wrei'kinc the govern- 
ment houM* In Buenn* Aires ihiye 
months ago. rci>orl5 weie spread that 
the provinces tnvolve«l In this week's 
uprifcing were in rebel hands 

form calling for a JO per cent wage 
increa.se to all workers He wun and 
Ihe 20 fier cent Increase was made 
effective As a result, however, pro- 
duction dropped off because Ihe wtirk 
rt's started looking to him for raises 
and advaneemeni Those workers 
formed the hulk of his supporters 
whom his late wife Evita called 
•■deM-amisados" nr shirtlcss one*. 

Even iheir fervor ha.s been ebbing a 
little In recent year.s Kormerlv when 
Peron drove to his office from his 
home the route was lined with cheer- 
ing crowds Today he sleeps m dif- 
ferent houses; maintains an irregular 
schedule to avoid ambush and his 
auiomohlle Is preceded by armed 
police «M!s 


Water Board Delays 
Over Fluoridation 

VANCOUVER *rpi — T n e Aid Anna Spi-oli advocated stify 
Greater Vancouver V^aler Hoani port of the uouie and said pe«'pl« 
has tossed the fluondaiion ls^uc with young find growing famihea 
back into the Ups of the mamci- imuldn i afford adequate deaial 
palilirs care 

The hoard decsied Knday will 
no II receives 

upmtona from the mumcipahtiet on ■ 3 ROOMS Compleie 
whether wain sh*)uJd be fluon- H ^ ^ ^ _ ' 

I $399 

Surrey and Poii C\vquitlam have " 
already mds'ated opposition to Ihe 
M'benie 


Kj*«.v Terms. T*>o 
Mandanl Furniture 


Ihirst for hnoivlod^c 


In many ways Srw yin^laod 
rcsemhlrs Gireee and Si-olland 
and miw-t of all in her Ihifsl for 
knowledge Van ^^>ck Rrfv>ks 
In hlH New (-.ngland senes dr.*- 
cribes Ibeir phrnumenal inlil- 

• Tb.'"-: 

Ueniworih Higgmvoii was noi un- 
usual when he i-oiiM read at 
giaduation French. Spanich. 
Italian Iwilin and Grrch later 
a- qimmg Germnn. Puriuguese. 
Hebrew. Swedish and alwa.vs 
wanlerl |o vtudy Ilussl'in 

Elihu Burnt of Worce*ler, 
*'1he leamerl hlack.'«milh " kept 
a Greek ginmmar in Ihe crown 
of hi* hal to study at intervals 
wliile working in his sniithv. 
No one tlv>ughi it strange that a 
blacksmith should iranaiaie 
l/ingfrIlow into Sanskrit and 
also master forty niher tongues 
while {Sitting in a full day a 
w-ork* 

Agavvu wmtid he ama/ed hy 
three thousand merhanaa who 
had hudi Iheir own library and 
would itslen for two Ivsjra lo a 
lecture on the value of reading. 
Dickens was sMnm.vhed by the 
fai lory -girjg who kww Paradise 


1.0*1 by heart read fierman. 
owned pianos and talked about 
(‘olendge and Macaulay while 
working at rheir Irvms 
Sir (Tiailes Lvell wa« startled 
bv crowds nf workmen who 
‘ ; W LXWee OMCbU * 

mg to leclut es on geology . 
/oology .Shake*{iearf aM 
Milton “We want gieal mind* 
lo he formed among u* We 
want the human inh’llwl lo do 
itH utmost here.' de^-lared 
C'hanntng It did. 

No man ii a hem in hi* vain, 
so Ihe Sew England siioil is de- 
ri'lcd or neglerdrd Tltousands 
111 bathers go every summer day 
to VVsMrn Pond. A policeman 
told me contemptuously that. 

"If Ttatreau's house were stand- 
ing. the cmwd that comes here 
would soon carry off the naiD ' 
Thoreau. whose inspiration 
reH<-hrd <iut lo Ghandi' 

Alas that we should forget 
that fnim this com»T of Itie 
Re(Hiblic came an mlellectuol 
If^ world for vaneiy and 


l>ingo (!liihs 
On the l,eu*l 
In Vancouver 

V.AM OI \M< <R| |M — 

A fMtllee re{M)ri mmie piitv 
Hr Saflirda.v shows that illy 
hingo cliihs which gross (J.- 
iKHi.OhO annually “ap{M*ar U) 
he operating according U> 
ihe law.” 

The report w aa firs4 
given to a rinsed nieeling 
of the \an<miver {Milii-e 
cominissifM) several months 
ago hy city prosecutor 
Ktewart Ml %lorran follow- 
ilig a ptilice cheik of 19 
etuha last .April. 


^lonkp^ Business 


Sad Days 

a 

Faring 
Go nr me Is 



Two Die, Four Injured 
In {u\ilian Plane (irasli 

ED.MO.N'TOS 'PPi— Twf) men. on Edmonton s oui<Kirts this jwni- 
one of them from VJincouvrr were mer A iwin-engmed plane crsslicd 
killed and four iniured SMlurd.i> in Stony Plain and a sinclrengn>e 
when a civilian {dane cr.isiicd in a fdHoe whs lust near the ArctH* 
farmei B field 43 miles northeast iK’can. 
of Edmonton — — - 

'The men were aboaid the Bristol ,, _ ,, , 

freighter, owned bv As*ociaied Au 

ways Ltd an.1 can>mg freight for fined $1.^ and $3.50 

the DE'U lilt project to Yellow costs when he appeared hefoie 
knife. NVtT. Justice of the Peace William 

Dead aie CapI II H Th«iniii*on Ostler tn Colwood court yesier- 
», of T-: . the p\M. and Ker, chargnl with passing an- 

neih J. Hum .»> of Vancouver, the other car aeainst a double solid 
relief co pilot highway divisional line. 


YOU GET 
WHAT YOU 
PAY FOR . . . 



On the basic aq<1 irrevocable laws of 
ernnomics we gel no more and no less 
than wr fiay for Tlu« law applie.s not 
onlv to the piijchase nf food, clothing 
and sheliet hut alvi to pharmai'Oulirala. 
Be- we ko-'W thei: 1$ no mark?’ for 
infeimr nr “cheap" miMicine we main- 
tain a supply nf pharmaceuticals that 
are as fine as ran he obtained Tlterelote 
we ate prepared at all limes in fill your 
phv ;rian' prescriptions with ingretli- 
eni.s of Ihe highest quality. 


AA^Gl||jS> OiTm^ 

PREAR)ITT^'CHEAA 1 /T/ 


roar *t 

MOSD 


41 196 


4-«>9‘>2 


nnrCM^a 
AT UCW 


It was the fouMh tnaior crash 
>r Associated Altway* in s<\ 


Uenrge 


D r y s d a 1 e 


for Associated Aiiway* in pieadetl -guilty In a charge of 

falling to give a hand signal and 
A York freighter flvmg on the fined $5 and $3 50 coals, 

Distant l.ariy VSaming radar air- " — 

lift was lost m the 1‘aldcr yards ^ 


a. Danny, the Ihree vear-old TV 

-« ihimpan/ee. walker! right into 

■ the dentist ? den in New York 

lo have hi* teeth manicured. 
t^'» P‘>int things got kind of 
^ rough as Dr. Robert Eisenberg 
• APi — The tmy prot^eded lo pull a baby tooth. 


Used 

TYPE- 

WRITERS 


Cx A PADRE 
b IN PRINT 


ly world for vaneiy and OLYMPIA lAPi — The tmy pro<c*eded lo pull a baby tooth. 
p«»wer and glory In arorea of (Mympia ovsier*. delight of tour- -rui„ , j r> u 

ireat mmd. noi aurpassed m met*. m.y'«am be alLst a. ha^ 

tnfluence. lo find at a dodo bird didn t think a pulling was on 

Oyster growers in this Southern the program. He only came to 
Puget Sound region disclosed Sal have his teeth cleaned and 
^ A -w^ -w-« lurday that difficulties in raumg 

f \ I 1 Ij U' the nlckle-si/ed bivalves have _ 

/ % I I ■! [caused production to dr<vp steadily 

1 ^ M ^ M % W J in receni yearn Rayon and ar'ctate fibres. 

The water* nf Southern Puget chemicals. plastics. phoio- 
T Jv-Hind IS the only plsce in the graphic film, explosive* and 

1 9 1 3 I i^k I I world where the little Olympia lran*{varent wrapping pa’per* 

■ I I I grows nre made fi-nm a highly refined 

JL^ JLX 1 ^ In recent years sumrihmg in the form of w<mm 1 pulp called high 

■water, so far not definitely Hkmii- alpha cellulose. 

- fieri, ha* reduced natural produc- - 

I « sa 1111 f c9 Olvmpia and prevent- 








DESIGNED TO MAKE YOU 




B, HKv, WII.I.1AM 

OuTing a rai Ihos/* days l.s like having Sinbad Ihe ment 
Sailor'.s “Old Mnn-of-lhe-Sim” permanently penhed on Dniy in a few place* have the 


your shoulders. 

R^H'Ause II won’l rim on «nv* 
thing but Ihe hot air of an In 
iernal ennihusMon engine, (he 
nioloHd haa had In lake a 
hike in Ihe prh'e of gaM)|||ie 
a* inevitably as be a*-ktiow- 
ledges his nhllgattim lo death 
and laves. 

Of cnil'e he louM --tiwav* 
refuse In ga-i up. hiii wiien he 
does that he turns lu- auto 
mobile Inin a siaMc piece of 
lii'rnsed machinerv 

IVprIvpd nf the mohility 
afforded hy the famll> fliv-vei. 
Ill* whole pattern nf living 
I'oild be turned iipvlde down 
for in this *e< ond half nf the 
2*»th ceritiirv. the automobile 
ha.« l*e,.»me .v ne«-<*-'..<»M\ lalhr; 


than a luxury for more and 
moie people 

And so ihe man who diivm 
a car pay* up. Rut then he ta 
always paying up. Take, for 
example, thnae rapa*-lniis and 
Inscrutable lax eolleclors 
known as parking melers. 

O-tensibly, they were Inslal 
led hv a sagariow* city rnuncit 
to tnnirol nirb«ide parking 
A<iu4tl> rhev have turned 
themoeivr.s into a prnfiianle 
collerllon agency. 

And if you don't (hink 5 
rents for hO minute* u-ie of 
real estate 1.3 feel, 1 1 'i Inches 
hv .5 feet, 2'i Inches iihe sl/e 
•*f mv tan is high reuial, 
JiKl do .oome mathomatti**. 


Olympias been unniferirti 

Many oy*trrmrn blame pulp mill 
pollution in ihe shallow bays of 
this area Olhers {mint Ihe finger 
at a snail like creature knoan 
as the Jsfwinrse drill, which bore* 
through oyster shells lo feed on 
the oy.Mers, 


( ar Bates 
Called Off 

Next Siindav 's s|Kiris car rar 
ing meet at t'a**ldv aii{K)n has 
iveen cancelled Officials of the 
SjKvrts Oar flub of BC luiid 


Cleaned - Oiled 
Ready for Use! 

Students get better grades, 
dn neater work with one of 
these. Famous makes. ,*Jaed 
hut good for years . . . and 
a fraction of the cost of a 
new one. Only 




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IIE<;. MOOD 


in I'.xpcnsirv lins'tneas 


^•>mehody brought lit my 
aiteniiun an ariule in >he 
Eebrumv l•*•iue of “Pnpular 
Merhanlrs" maga/me nf this 
year 

'■Having car found as cosily 
• s buying new home flared 
Ihe headline 

Taking a conservative point 
nf evaminallon, it was esti- 
mated that running a car for 
20 years wiuiM rtwt Its owner 
ituire than tlK.DtK). such a 
sum of money would finance 
a nuKlern Iminr over Ihe 
aame {terlod of Hove. 

A survev tu the I' .S found 
that to drive a mndetatelv 
pneect car lOrsm miles, the 
cost would be SEOAit; f«*r I.A.- 
(TOJ mile*. $1.72.5. and for jn,- 
000 miles. 11,400 


IninsUte those I S. Hgure* lotmri on smn *nori mui. •• 

1,1, r..n.p.r.W, ( .n.dl.n " J"''"''”! 

race* rather than i.vke any 
*me*. hut I have a mvlhui that awideni* Further 

( anadian driver* do nf»t gel races are planned next spring 

off the honk quite so easily. - — 

P(**sibly no group of people ' 

find the burden of operating lo <he first year of northern 
an auiomohlle an great as do «uivey n 1!»21. the f.iua 

the riergv. for it ha* become At* For.e photographed 2«1 


the organization tha» was to Well known mu«lnan announces 
have provideii men for rrow*l ii{iening of the Victoria 
contrul had ihangcd u* mind Academv at 617', Cor- 

ind replaremem* for the *>0 to rroranl .'<i A full staff of mm 
90 needed men cfuild not he j.<.ii.ni teacher* are available for 
fotind on such *hnri noil. •• ftc.-idlmi vmhn pi.inn guitar 
It was derided to caor-e! the ... v.phrme, clarinet, trumpet 
races rather than i.»ke any The academv is assoclared wjth 
.hanre of atxideni* Further ihe Western Music Co. Vunv 
races are planned next spring «, .^d InMiument* are avail 

“ able there for a trial plan of 


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Vouf Evttyt Pm>Ur,,> 

GUARANTEED lOaVo 

Irvrtlblat *•■ *1 tsfiUI 

sU«,r -ar •• >B*«rfaHr r*Us* T*ar 

FREE PARKING 

loll Alwaya Buy 
for lies* at 

CAPITAL 

SUPPLY CO, 

1«4 STORF ST 
Phone; 4 ’7 IS 



, . . and what a selection, they 
are in fascinating styles you W'ill 
want for your working day, for 
those afternoon occasions. Smart 
wools, crepes and sheers in one 
and two-piece styles, in a wide 
choice of shade and that variety 
of fashion detail that will make 
the dress you choose so definitely 
yours. 


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Tel. 3-l6.i3 


IH)l GL.AS 


Budget Terms at No Extra Cost 


In the first year of northern 

rial survey n 1!U1. the f.iua information 


an absolute nemsslty In the square mile* 
t»ef formance of their duties to photographed 
iheir congregations miles. 

But more and more mngre- f " 

gatlons are providing some 
relief In the mailer of irans Brnaiiaii 

p»->riailnn allowance And that BERNiNc 

I* a move in the right direr- sfwrvo 

tinn Op** .ne^mil 


square mile* In 1*319 'he Rt’AF 
photographed PlltViO «piare 


m*t would he $1050; f«»r 1.5.- The RrAF, forn In IW-l. he 
000 miles. $1.72.5. and for 'Jti,- came an Independent service In 
00i> mile*. Sl.40ii llh.38 when It wii placed on an 

• At first, ■' It was reportefl. **q"*1 footing with the navy and 
•■fixed cost*, such a.s depreria- •tmy 
Hon. inauiance. licences. e»c . 

amount to 75 cents out each _ _ __ 

dollar running costs take the 
other 25 ceni^ In the third 
year of opieratlon. fixed costs 
take tki cent* and running 
cost* .34 rents of each dollar ■' 

Not being a (tundersoo nr a 
flihh* (If I dare mention 
tho^ two gentlemen In Ihe 
aame breath) 1 am linahle to 


1st in VlrUiria 

THV K»n Ml(f-tt) 

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Because 83% of their Learning is influenced hy their Eyes 
Have an OPTOMETRIST examine their Eyes NOV/! 


Your Optometrist About Glasses 


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ia a skilled Viaion .Specialiat - 
university trained and fully 
exfverienced He la well quali- 
fied lo examine and care for 
vour child's eve* Consult him 
with confidence. 


l.am»e* are prescribed onlv 
after hla careful examination 
reveala poor seeing ahllliv- 
TTiev are then penonally fit 
ted »o frames that opticallv 
match the prencrtpHnn and 
per*onaliiv of vour child. 


Eye Exercises 

tVi«ua| Trainlngi If hii exam 
Ination reveala eve muacle im- 
balance. CTOMed eyes or un- 
developed depth perception 
vour (mtomeirtat will plan and 
conduct I corrective training 
program. 


For Appoistmesl 

Simply telephone one of Ihe 
ViBton Spectaltatf Hated in 
vour direfiorv'a “Yellow 
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tN ipifp of all iho talk and promises of 
■*■ wonderful ihinRs to lie done with the 
Oty’« external parks, three years have 
wilnes.sed only a sad deterioraUon in the 
status of Cloldstreani. Theijs and Klk I..iike 
areas insofar as their use t»y the publie 
today Is rom-erned. This is the moie 
remarkable bei-au.se \'ktoria never iuis 
had a more able nr effective d<‘v«‘lopment 
of Its internal parks, those within the city 
limits, th.an in the same periofi. Beacon 
Hill Park was never lovelier. That is 
true of the small parks and playgrounds 
throughmif the city proj>er. It is afield 
that Victoria has fallen down, and badly. 

When Mayor Harrison intei-vened to 
.stop the original move to hand flold- 
stix*am Park to the provincial government 
for incorporation in the forest-rwreatinn 
pp.rks .scheme of the province — one of the 
most successful programs within British 
Columbia he had much to say as to what 


the City could do and would do at the 
.site. Well if anything worthwhile i>er* 
manenlly has lavn done by Victoria at 
Gold.sti-eam Park it l.s difficult to find. 
Certainly there has in'en no "develoj)- 
meni" of fioUlslream Park equivalent to 
v« hat the forestry department would have 
achieved thei*e long ago. 'Phc imblic i.s 
still being told that (iold.stix^am has a 
“future”: but what about it.s present? 

It is not enough for the City to put 
park areas outside it.s borders on ice. 
That course ha.s had little effect In three 
years other than to alienate co-of)eration 
and chill public interest in any plan of 
development. Victoria seems to be get- 
ting nowhere on this matter. unle.ss a 
probable )aw5?uit with .Saanich stands 
substitute for progress. The City neod.s 
a recon.stltuted parks Iwxly. one that has 
considerably more ginger in its make-up. 
Parks that cannot be used have little 
meaning in this age. 


Good Deal for Sportsmen 


H UNTkTl.S and fishermen in the I'entral 
portions of Vancouver Island are 
receiving much more friendly ro-operation 
from logging I'ompanies these days than 
heretofore. It used to l>e a perennial com- 
plaint that (he beat ahooting and fUhing 
regions wm-i' rinsed to sjKirtsmen liy pri- 
vate industrial op('rators. hut now the 
areas to which they are allowed act'c.s.s 
have J)oen greatly e.xtendcd. 

MacMillan & Bloi*del Ltd. at Albcrnl 
was the first large company to make a 
compact with* .sportsmen allowing them 
freedom to rove over company-held tim- 
t>erland.s, A system of a«*ces.s by permit 
wa.s worked out Iretween the company and 
officials of retx>gnized sport.smen’s clubs, 
and was first tried out about two years 
ago. At the end of the aea.son the private 
operators were satisfied with the result, 
and not only repeated the plan the follow- 
ing .season but also o(>ened up additional 


areas, Thi.s sea.son the plan ha.s txvn 
taken up in the Courtenay region, where 
hunters and fishermen wall be allowed 
entry to the very larce holdings of the 
(’omox Logging A Railway Company 
under terms mutiuilly agreed upon by the 
clulis and Crown ZellerlMich. Canada. Ltd. 

In return for these handsome conces- 
sions — which also involve expense to the 
operators for gate police and .safety 
patrols — sportsmen will be honor-bound 
to respect private property right.s. abide 
by fire and .safety rules, and generally 
behave themselves as all good sportsmen 
should. The clul)s have undertaken to do 
some policing on their ow n account to keep 
the Irresponsible few in line and so pre- 
serve a welcome privilege which had lieen 
withheld hitherto because the risks cau.sed 
by careles-sness and lack of con.sideratjnn 
were too great for the owners of timt>er- 
land to accept. 


What Australia Found 


T he aftermath of the Petrov spy case 
In Australia, conlaim'd in a report by 
a royal commission, makes startling read- 
ing. It ha* l>eon established before the 
Inquiry that Soviet Riuuiia had no Ws 
than throe organized spy rings In Austra- 
lia. two of which worked under the 
protection of their emba.s.sy and through 
a Soviet news agency, and a third which 
had lieen organized among undercover 
Communists with the apiwrent aim of 
permanency in the event the emt>as-sy 
and other agencies were withdrawn. The 
first two spy rings, both under nmbas'cy 
control and 10 years in operation, have 
lieen broken up. The commiiwlon ns.seiis 
that the third spy ring may still Ik» at 
work in Australia and seeking out military 
secrets there. 

The rircumstances of the Petrov case 
are remembered. Vladimir Petrov, a 
former Soviet spy chief in Australia and 
on the staff of Russian embassy, defected. 
He applied for and was granted safe 
rondu<i by the Australian government. 
His wife was freed dramatically while she 


was in the act of being spirited out of 
the country by air against her own will. 
The royal commission wa.s set up to 
Inquire into all of the root* of what looked 
like a highly dangeroua set-up. and now 
it has made it.s report at Canberra. Some 
of the individual cirnimstances attributed 
to the matter turned out to lx» hearsay, 
but a good deal of subversion ha.s been 
e-:tahll*>hed in direct evidence before the 
inquiry. 

The leading question Is what .Soviet 
Ru.s.sia wanted in Australia through I he 
channel, not of the almost traditional two. 
but a thii-d spy ring? Was it the n»sull.s 
of British tests with guided missiles? Tlie 
third ring appears to have lx*en organiZ4>d 
along fifth-column lines, wherein sabotage 
ns well a* .secrets could be InvolvM. 
Au.’Jtralia's cxperien«’e with the Petrov 
incident cannot be dismi.s.sed lightly. If 
a' tive subversion is being attempted In 
one Allied country it probably Is so In 
others, regardless of the denials which 
come so smoothly from behind the Iron 
nuiain. 


Light Is Needed 

If |<H«ks spiy much it ih«* school hoard o( 
tr> again preparinR lo sneak up on 
the rafrp.ivrr.^ and piwni thf^m wUh a r^nun- 
drum t'T a hy law In Ocfubrr . . . 

The l/*ndrr believer th^ hoar«l will a«k f"r 
21 elcmcniars ri>"m» and a new serondars high 
n henl In (‘rinhrr. The elemenfary may 

be dl^mhnieit among Piinran, .SahUam. Vim>, 
Tan-snr. Mount Pre\oal. Koksllah, (Ilenofa Mill 
lUiy. rroft«»n. Weatholme and Cowlchan Sia- 
liun That atoinda >^enaihle. 

Then romes Ihe )nker a lorrixm high 
acluMil. with Rvmnaaium. hidustiial art.« room, 
home economSr.-. room and three additinnal 
room* to he romi>le»e»t when neees’iary. hut. an 
far. no mention of *ue or even of a boundary 
between it and Cowlchan High *chr>ol. Rale- 
pivers are expe«’te<i in he fully informed, howr- 
ever. There veema acani hope 

— rowM I r Mil ■ 

Meters Not the Answer 

The Review la eppofied to reatrlr- 

(ion* on paiking Because in Ihe long run they 
ha\e only one uUimale reauli ihey make it 
mr*re difficult lo park, they try peoplo'.B lem- 
per* and they drive aw.ii h\L*>ine=s Anyone 
whn [larka hta car In the village. Iravea it while 
he purcha.aev aome supplira and geta hw hair 
rui. and then reliinur to find that he haa over- 
parked and must pay a fine ta aggravated. 
That's human nature. 

Our auggesilnn ia that more easy parking 
apai-e be provided and the welr*»ne mat thus 
laid out lo do huaineta In Sidney. We know 
that parking meters aren’t the answer, for 
many cnmmuntUea auch as Port Alheml have 
purcha.sed them, given them a good try and 
then got rid of th^m 

^ — ciM'trT arviiw 

Can't Wait for Rain 

... If we cannot he .«ure that the rain ma> 
rtean the atreei*. then we mu*t aak the city 
fathers to do It (nr u* 

A good washlng^own w-tth hoses hefnie 
there la enough traffic to disrupt the ooeration 


disrupt the operation 


would make a world «•»( difference to the appear- 
aiK-e of the atreei* and would cut down the duet 
whieh blowa info <dfire-«. off(re« and iar«. 

The ram ma\ have fallen hy puhlirailon 
Cav but neverihelr.«s feel that the riiy 
should he prepared to liave a street washing 
ptogram raiher than wad fnr the rain to [ver 
fotm the ta^k. 

— t OMOX rmrt rai «a 

Patience Kxhausted 

Time and lime agam the village ha« found 
It ne. eKsai V lo secure a hulldu/.er for Ihe pur- 
pose of clearing Ihe “No Dumping area. Tolal 
loM of this work. It is SMtr to *a>. would have 
financed many a small civic protect which had 
to he posl|K)r>ed through lack of funds . . . 

However, there's always a last straw to 
break the ramel's back and Ihe commissioners 
have finally run out of patience. They have an- 
nounced. and rightiv so. that In future those 
V t)o violate dumping regulaiion« will be sub 
Ject to penalties. 

.Suggestions, request.*, plea* and appeals lor 
orderly dumping have apparently fallen on loo 
many deaf ears in the past I'se of the word 
*‘l»enallles.' we hope, will make |i plenty clear 
llui the commls.'*loners now mean bualneas. 

— raassTiLLr otjaifcru eRor.aras 

A Foot in the Door 

This week we received oup annual copy of 
the "Regulations and Delaila of Coursea ' of 
Ihe high school correspondence division of the 
provincial department of education and once 
again It sent ua off on rare fllght.s of fanrv 
which need only a llitle more spare lime, a 
m-ideet espendirure of money and mwh more 
diligence than we potesess i.) bring them to 
reahiy 

Through Ms correspondence division. Ihe 
dejt.sriment of education ts placing, so to apeak, 
a foot In Ihe doorways, to keep them open (nr 
those of us who did not have the chance to 
learn as much as we wnuIiNilke to learn during 
osr school day.s. It ts wonderful service whhh 
should he tnurh more widely used than it I* 
->4jiortiirTB caooNiriB 


The Spirit 
Of Geneva 

Ry IM)KOTIIV TIH)MrsOV 

T he ".spirit of Geneva." so often 
referred lo recently, really 
means, it seems to me. that the 
.Soviet government 

® and our own are en- 
tering a p«*riod of 
"disengagement " 
This l.s. Indeed, a 
change. In the pa.st 


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' IV *tarmed hy 

recognition that the 
I Second World War 
H19 if^*|had greatly extended 
the .Soviet imperium in Europe and 
evacerhated national and mm-UI revo- 
lutions In A.sia .ind Afrira. ^et mit 
lo HMliess the balance nf power hv 
intensive rearmament at home and 
eronomic aid and milltarv alhniuc 
sbroatl 

This led to a rulminaiing siite n( 
len-if>n txowwii ilie two world*, 
whiih leaihcd such a tioint thar In 
both rountiics a third wurtd war 
came to be accepted as a ptobatily 
hiev. tattle devriupmenl. Each side 
deprecated war; each took a defen- 
.sive ptisiure; but each wa.s rtmvlnced 
lliat the other intended war. The 
.Sov-et p«v)ple were warned day in 
sni day out igain.si the t'niied 
States as a warmonger, and ihe 
American [)e<)ple against the .Soviet 
fni''n and world communism, which 
would either h.ive to be "contained ’ 
oi pushed back, or a hot war would 
fttllow. 

« * * 

* A’i iniernaiiona) propaganda battle, 
always a sign of war aniii ipadon. 
mounte<t in fury, accompanied by 
many phenomena of actual war 
for instance a hunt for subversive 
elements who might prove esitemcty 
dangerou* In actual war. The Rosen- 
berg* were executed ir. Amerc - f..r 
having passed confidential Informa- 
tion to Russia, and Bt'ria. the head 
of the Soviet *-eciel police, was exe- 
cuted in RuMla. charged, among 
oiher thing*, wlih having conspirevl 
W'ltn a Western p<iwer 
* * # 

But (here were iiobering consldera- 
tinn*. 

One factor is. of course, the hide- 
oii<ly terrifying pro.vpect of an Itiier- 
rnntinental war fought wilh atomic 
weapon*, whose clear advantage lies 
in surprise attack, and the conse- 
quent fear by both sides of a "pie- 
veniive' war arising (turn ihe Im^m 
of those weapon*. 

Another I* the unpredictability of 
(he allies of both aides under the 
unprecedented condition* of thermo- 
nuclear war. 

Another Is a growing di-position 
of nations to keep aloof from either 
military bloc, or to break away from 
the one to which they have been 
committed, or to demand a veto over 
policies. India arvd other Aslan and 
African state* proclaimed neutrality. 
Yugoslavia broke away from the 
.'^vtet military bloc. America's al- 
he* have rri>catedly negatived 
American policle* (hat might involve 
them in di-^<-ter. and defeated power* 
have emerged to reassert themselves 
■ « principal* West Germany in 
Europe: Japan in A*ia 

A fouHh factor is the growing 
re.-ognlllon that Ihe (largely Ameri- 
can' concept of the I’nlted Nailmui 
a* s world policeman was not a 
formula (or pea< e hut for t>erpetual 
war. an«l would certainly destroy the 
only official International institution 
with a considerable moral Influence. 

A fifth factor i* that llie great 
power* faced the danger nf being 
drawn by (heir allies or hy ideologl- 
«al *ympalhies Into ralasirophe over 
l*''ues in which they had no essen- 
l>a| interest. 

* * * 

M'hat animate* the spirit of Oneva 
i* n«»t. therefore exemplified in 
Ihcasao’a dove, or the millennial 
tlrcsm of world brotherhood, world 
rule of law. or world communlam. 
hut a return to reaion realism, and 
the recotjoluon that war i* an exten- 
sion nf pohiirs and polltii-s |* ihe 
ait of (he possible 

Ttie spirit i-.unsel.s again«t global 
mettdiing. concentrates on |ocnll/inif 
wir. conlrlhiitlng to solve them if 
(H ssibic. or otherwise leave them 
alone. 

I’nlorlunately the president anil 
VI’ e president seem scared to tell 
the American people of the extent 
of the turnabout They are still try 
Ing to present the spirit nf fjeneva 
s« rompatihle wiih a <TU«ade to 
liberate Soviet Miellile* and accept 
no "unjust" solution* 

* a * 

We shall a<‘ept many unjust *oin 
tkins We thaii act-rpt the division 
of the world We shall accept the 
existence of sateliites. 

We ahatl do *o because our choice 
1* not for or against Ihe Ideal, but 
for or against the attainable and 
for or against the price of attain- 
ing It. 

The millennium i* not at hand. 
But Ihe end of the world (that m 
prophecy precede* It* also appears 
less immirvent. 


With the Classics 

Thu* unlamented pass Ihe proud 
away, 

The gar# of fool* and pageant of 
a flay; 

5»o perish all. whose brea.st ne’er 
learn'd to glow 

For others’ good, or melt ar 
others' woe. 

•^tasasMsa eurs. 




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CAN IT BE THAT THERE IS SOME METHOD Of CDiKATIOM LESS HHBHTIVC THAN THIS?* 

Wwrtd C *per«f a r a* anmynmmi trMM Ur UanctmUg fhcr-fMn 


Letter from London 


They Prefer Their Isolation 

By KK’lf \lf|) I^ THOM X"-. |>ail) ( nlimist ( orre^lMHidcnt 


A BATFLE l.s brewing in the I«le 
of Wight not With gun*, 
knives or even broken bottles, but 
with barbed words 
which threaten to 

divide the island ur 
effectively a* it Is 
now cliMded from 
the m .1 i n 1 4 n ct nf 
Britain hy the fam- 
ous Solent - home 
•if yachtsmen and 
the main road to 

Portsmouth fur the 

ships of the Royal Navy. 

Tlie I.vle of Wight h.i* liet-n de- 
acrlhed more than once a-j Biitain * 
Vancouver Island. It is detached 
from the mainland and proud of its 
isolation Many of it* Irihahit.mi* 
are retired people detemuiicxl to 
catch Ihe last ray* of *unHlilne In 
every dying British summer - but 

many oihera are astute butinc->*- 
men anxious to develop the tourist 
lndu*iiv. and Ihey have Micveeded 
in making ihe I*le of Wight a popu- 
lar holiday re.*i»rt dc'-pite many tliffi- 
cutties. 

Tile only t-ommunicalion with Ihe 
mainland i* a rather Inadecpiaie 
ferry .*erviie operated by Brlli*h 
Railway* The other day, for ex- 
ample Ihe feiTv servli'B was aus- 
pended for the hricer part of a day 
bei-auae the tide receded more than 
usual and left a steamer sitting on 
its bottom unable to gel out or let 
any ottier steamer in. 


ToeJay there are two schcwla nf 
thought til the Isle of Wight The 
gentlemen who make their living 
there and hope to see Wight the 
ritmplele holiday resoit, and the 
gentlemen who have made (heir liv- 
ing and wish lo enjoy in peace and 
quiet Hie humble rewartl* of their 
labor. They wish to he left In i»ra» e 
They value isolation and they rejnite 
every time * ferry get* stuck. 

far it hi* been a quiet. un«»h- 
truxive and almnet friendly war. 
There has been a certain amount of 
give and take, live and let live, and 
Ihe spirit of compromi*** has pre- 
vailed Hut now color* have been 
unfurled. lt‘elh have been haie#J and 
barbed word.* are flying like guided 
mt*^ie* through the length and 
breadth of the i*land It i* all over 
a report a report t»> the county 
plamung officer. Mr. W R Rose. 
*ugge*ilog that a three »|u,irtcr mile 
budge *hould be built from (he main- 
land to (he l«land. 

The bu*lnc-- <erl[nn* of tt*e eom- 
mtinily like the ii|c.i They believe 
lha the equivalent nf a Jfc'- loll would 
make ttie bridge not only ••c|f sup- 
porting but revenue prislucmg to 
the i-xient of relieving the local rate*. 
They argue that even the retired 
ladle* and gentlemen would benefit 
ronsicJerably by having to pay Ira* 
In rale* and tieing able to share in 


Timr Cnpnule . . 


belter amenliie*. It would relieve 
Itie burden of freight cost* whli-h 
add something lo everything from 
Ihe mainland and practically every- 
Ihtng comes (r-'m there including 
Ihe retired pivipic. 

Tlie other viii<»n of the com- 
muiiiiy Is not *o ha[>py alMiui the 
idea. Lieutenant Colonel A l>. IXn k- 
rill, (or example, de- laics ituit the 
great Joy of Wight i.s it* splendid 
isolation. "We do not want lo he- 
roine i sei-ond Klackj''>ol." he ihun- 
dern He want* lo l>e isolated, as 
cumi'araiively {le.vcelul a* It is p.. 
slblc lo be In ihc'-e overcrowded 
UlamI*. and he wants to tie left alone. 
He *{)eaks for many and (here t« no 
doubt that Uland opinion has been 
sharply cast Into two camp* and 
the islanders alone will have to make 
a decision. 

* * * 

One of the htighlest sideliglils • 
(» an cjutsider of cxiurse i.s that (ha 
aimv 'reliredt ts calling loudly lo 
Ihe navy (active llsl>. One Roval 
Navy olfner. wUh a mallrlou* 
twinkle In hi* eve, --aiii to me; "Well, 
well! Dunkirk, <*te(e, .v^lngapoie, 
Malaya Korea' now if* Wight! I 
suppose we aitall h,tvc to help, we 
ujsually do when Ihe army’s in 
trouhle." 

The help n'quired ih,.-; time I* 
slightly different. I’heanny creiiiedi 
Just want Ihe active Admiralty lo 
come dow'n heavily with the argu- 
ment that a bridge across the Sntent 
would lm(M>rU the efficiency of ihe 
senior eervice. The idea of a battle- 
•hip having lo go round the other 
way because of a confounded bridge! 

T!ie no bridge brigade is also likely 
to have support from the prison rem- 
mlssioners Rankhursl may not l»e 
exactly an island amenity but only 
two prisoners In that Jail have ever 
nian.iged to make the mainland 
without aulhciniy To give them a 
bridge to walk act os* would be ask- 
ing for trouble* And of rour*e poor 
old Brltifh Railway*. th.it national- 
J/ed oedopu* which «eem* to dedicate 
Itself l'» (lealing Ihe maximum 
amount of im-onvenlence to the 
Ifjvellmg publJi-. can be relieil uptm 
to make a vunferou* h'wjt aguinvi 
tiie proposal. They run the ferries. 
They in turn can rely t»n Ihe support 
of Ihe harbor commissioner* With- 
out the ferries they could shut up 
shop 

The b’lvlne-* sid»* of the Island 
argue that a bridge could he built 
which would not hinder ihe navy; 
that ferries and harbors can be rai ri- 
fiM'd legiMmately on the altar of 
progress, and (hat free ait'ets lo the 
i*l-vicj- free that is from walling - 
1* e*-eiiiial ly ihe future. They agne 
Hiai Wight mu*-i not he a -er»M d 
Ulaikp*»*«t. It rnu«l he second to n«» 
other re»ori It m>j«» t*e first. Tlicy 
add that if the railway* want to tw> 
helpful (bey tuold run a rallw.ry 

Rv E. Mortirnor^ 


Fan Tan Alley 


T WENH' MNK year* ago HIr 
Hie Thimts* l.ipfnn failed nme 
again U> recaiHiire for Britain llin 
America ( up. symltol nf world yatht- 
Ing supmniaty. 

Ill* Shamt«K'k V lost four iirres m 
a row to Harold N’anderbiif* Enter 
pn*e at Newport, RI The Ampin a 
Cop stayed In the 1‘ S A for the 
H»nh year 

Harold .M Diggon of Vutrtria was 
elcried g'lvernor of the Pacific 
.*^orthwef( -iccti.in of Kiwsnl* Inter 
national at (he conHuding husine** 
kpssinn of the di-irtct convention s( 
(lie Empres* Hotel 


AMBI.IX* run* wide open In 
vJ ( 'hlnalown," Ihe < olonlst re- 
ported years ago. 

month ago the alley now most 
freqtiented wi* In darkness, it was 
silent and abandoned t.oi*( night 
Ihe glare of inrandescent lights shone 
cut from open doorwav* and no 
yellow fjt'e of a waiihful sentinel 
reflected Ihe light more than a v ore 
of diioit ' flared wide and gamblers 
rsme and went unreHirlried , 

"Tl>e alley siretchc* from Corm»*r- 
am trt Kixgant ■trert* Within '■u va*d* 
of Guvernmenl atreet, it ts known 


lo It* frequenter* ss ‘Fan Tan alley.* 

"Tncre are maiA nther gamtiling 
hou-e* running but none are so w liie 
i»pen. xii promu.ent a* Ih-'se nf Kan- 
Tan alley ’ 

"Jn eai ii nf ll.i-te le of gamblu g 
houses . , . game* me m full blast 
nIghiK Ctune*e jo<k(ic esHi other 
almut long labie^ with lOvers of 
matting and the gambler risk* his 
money hour after hour 

"It It a popular g.ime this f.vn- 
fan, T^e ioitery and (hurkaltnk 
m4> aitran (hr foieignei. pie guw 
may have its charm* when Hie edict 
goe* forth ih.xt gambling mu*t «tnp. 
but when the iKilice walk hy the r«i.en 
dosirs and <lo not interfere, fanian 
attract.* the throng in anvM-ks and 
loose trouiirr* of Indigu blue." 


N inety FI>E ye«rs ago. Piiiicsi 
Ioi« fUmehamelia of the Hand- 
wkh Islands 's« Hawaii was then 
Bsiiiedi visited % irUiria. 

The -.chooner Emma Rooke 19 
dayt, out of H'MvoIuIu. dropper] an- 
chor off Laurel Point with the Royal 
party sbrtard TTve Hswsiisn lou-ul. 
Henry Rhodes hrnught them ashore 

^Krwa ( aiasM nioa. 



aT's* Hie bridge for a mnsldeiahnn. 
At preterit Ihey are busily engaged 
cln«-ing down the Aland’s railways 
a* iir:rj-.i:ii.rnic. Ami Ihe buslnevs- 
men add uminnusly that If s bridge 
is a re.ii 4omplii .itton there ia noth- 
u.,; vvr«ipg with a lunnel' 

Ihe iiuuli;e at the moment is that 
iu» one has wnrked f»ut liie loxi uf 
a bnddc siill lr>* of a tunnel Tn# 

• ountv txMu,< ii. when Utey have om- 

xidr'crvl tttcir planning nffirer*’ re- 
k r'. tv eiigtneer 

on hi* vu’wv of ♦•o.'.t anil practna- 
biliJy ai'il then refer the eiunumics 

• if I'le business lo their treasurer, 
'i’lten Hte UaiHe will lie really Joined. 
The pre*enl playful bandying of 
b.itlM*d vvortls will tvecome a bomtwird- 
merit. During ihe haMie the txsue 
will have lo lx* dccidctl 

If a bridge is built it Is lo be 
hoped i)ij( the dollar situation wit| 
be such a* lo allow for mass emi- 
gration lo Vancouver Islaml or by 
that lime will some prugrexsive 
genlu* have huUt a highway aiTosa 
the patietit nf island* littering the 
water N-iwcen the north of Vancou- 
ver Island amt the mainland and m 
so doing bring clvlIi/aHon and a new 
tourist route (o stutter the northern 
ive.ir^ and open up new terrain for 
development and tmirl*i*? I leave 
you with that dreadful thought! 


The Packsack 

Of GKKGOKY CLAHK 

vyzHKN you consider that there la 

W a -sungspatTow resident during 
•11 .‘•pring. summer and fall on every 
two or three acre* 
of land all the way 
acr<-** America from 
Caf»e t'ud to AUska 
there shuuld tie Jitile 
w onder on our part 
how Ihe bird* can 
the Weather 
songspar 
row on Cape Hat 
(era.* ciiirp* a warn IH 
log of a Hurrlrar>e Kai.v coming In off 
itie AHaiiHc. how long do you *u|)(ii>-.a 
|( w'ould lake that message, picked up 
ami chit|>ed instanlly on Ms way hy 
H>e endics.* ihaln of srjngxparrowa 
•‘Ills* ti>e vast <tinUnen(, lo reach, 
say. .New York t>r Ciiicago. Montreal, 
Wlnnip*-g. or even Victoria’* 

It is pruhahle Hiat the lords had a 
means of rapid, almost telegrafdiic 
conirmiouatiun thousand.* of yeara 
(•••foie man h‘ t >r:v:.re ha.s no 
knowledge yet of Hie language i,f 
biid* ^^'ilh regard to the song*pjir- 
row, whirit I* 'inty one of hundr<nJs 
of «pccie* anv it which might (>• 

■ telegrapher. It has it.* well- 
known snd loved song, hut it aUo 
has a varirt, of chip* and chirps 
w-iilrh arc vailtMixly talle«l II* alarm 
note I -J| and signal. 

It l« not at all fanuful to anppoaa 
tliaf Hie bird* have special calls wilh 
re-per-i tn sfw-clal fir* um*iance* Bur'h 
as Ihe weather, and thsr a bird, sit- 
ling on a tree top |* |{«rening lo 
weaM.er r*'p'»r(* from M* neighbor* in 
all four qunriers of the enmpa**. 
knowing (tsi M is fine in one direc- 
ll'iii and foul in another, and by Hie 
iiatore ut the mc*,.;ige* transmiiied 
s great many milm from bird to 
bird what weather is c<iming hta 
way. 

Tlie Iheorles we hx.e «<. far wurkM 
out with regard to migration of 
turd* leave a iut to be explained. Rut 
if. from ar’verai hutulred mtlea east 
or west a mesr-4ge 1* paxsed in a 
matter of half an hour m an hour, 
that a fine sr.ulherly breere 1* blow- 
ing and that the senders are already 
on their wsy. then we can understand 
how bird* can take off into what 
apirear* to he the most unpropiHou.* 
weather condition* lor making (heir 
way oouih. >’or they know. Irrsn the 
arre lo acre, mile in mile messages 
of the avtan world, what weaiher 

■ oridiHon* he atiead. 

Maybe alt nature save man *an 
i.r'ler*tand ihe language of other 
• feature* Perhaps there are spe« lal 
harbingers, especially among lha 
bir'la, In whom all na'ura listena foe 
news u( far away. 



PHONK 

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•EHINO HIS 
lAK . ■ . «nieyf 
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A«*do<nl 


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lAK . . . enieyf 
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Worthy Appeal 

Thi* letU't U Mri'irn m fhn 

h'*pe ih»u It mny hr> riMd 
uhly by « intjnfl I^dy and 
pi'Mlfman in Ihi* vinniiv ol ili«* 
Mi'mortal Mnnlin Onire who 
would wilhi'2 »*» alio'i. 

lOfto* houM •‘.vh \^^‘flm^^'lav 
aMprnoon io hnncirie ui twn 

f'lially blind Jadif* n<.jn inn 
Hraiih CVmre u» ilw* UJin<» 
hiiJdlnK di H(an>hard 


a'innd mfV‘rinc« the Vifuiiia 
\S hid* Cane rluh. 

mfviuicn ijn hi‘! I 
Dootifiliout IMP »*\'**pl in 
July and Auttu>i. and itN't 
whf>n the ih 

n^ij.illy un'M-'ilod V'>u will 
am.»/<d at *h»‘ c'lurnt*** ,ind 
rlirorfidnosg of inn olm<l 
ol Vlctori.i, 

Vnu Will nnj be .i.-kcd. i. id.i ; 
Will >ou he t<> «'<■', I 

lijbiiio one |x*rny »o th** limn', 
nr *h« club and )oii ‘Adj !iHh),| 
to your honie reah/inij 
a-« never heforo what a wonH 
jonao lo >ou and ><»ur family 
lx you suddenly lunr your ki„*hl. 

Al tlie moment .r* snlutuee.- 
l4dl<*s arid Kenilem“n are now_ 
rlolne thin n|iU’nilnl wuk in 
various |*ar».«; of the j-jiv, afd 
every p/^msible r'ffolt Will h<* 
m-ide to a*«s»A| \'i»u pn|ny the 
a«V)Ci«ition and feil'>u>hi|i ol 
oiher volunreer ilru^Ts 

If you wUl kiiKlh' phone 
Wfi'e nr rail. f>jllesi ueirtiU uii) 

be gladly *:iven. 

I-Rir* RRI*rrTKLL. 
Honorary Vuuor.A '‘'irerror 
Canadian N-dir.nal Insliiutv 
for the niind. 

Telef>h'»n# 2 

aX) Eiearh dru- i 

W ill t)peii Lake I 

1 am a tiabermnn wr.’ hart 

a-'me »well nu« i** Route like 
Por yearA hunters ?ri'l /isher- 
men h«ve (nuchi at’anKt io<.'ke*t 

p.l'es and in.ir ; e»isinin area*- 
Weil heie we h.ne a chanre lo 
nbiAin a< ■ so it's up t«» uv 
iri do someinmc artout it. Any 
hufiier Of f)sheiman who la fa 
rruii.-ir wiib RuiHe l.ike al«-o 
know* Iheir pie*-enee rt« beinc 
undesirable by \j';i'inR owners 
of private loricea who take ad 
vantace of onr liw« by noi do 
veloplntj the mincM' rhiliriH 
upon whhdi they irsidi*. It 
wriTi« lo me thar nf d.r 

name* I have *;eeM as«oi'|.»red 
WMh *uppressJon of Ihe |y>wer| 
cofnmtsalon develnpmeni ate 
people who have never vKUed 
and enfoved the beauliea nf 
Pid'le lake. 

Come on, hunrera and f;'her 
men. lef.a pel behind thi* tie 
velopmenl nr let's qiiit klrklnc 
about lorked e»*e« and Inacce 
Bible area* in future. 

R G. KRMP. 

romett road 
Nenaimo, BC. 

Must Kf*pp Stpp 

A* a rented employee of 1h* 
Ooiaiio Ilvdro Commission. I 
ran avmpailu.'e with Ihe RC 
Tower Comm • - <*lon a p t ob lem • 
over the f|.immtop of RuMle 
lake. 

The power rornm. loo* 
provvth over «u«-h a shori peuiod 
of lime remind* me cre-uly of 
Ibe prohlrrav en< oiintered bv my 
parent orpani/aiinn. lake matr- 
aouiher up and rt>mine orpani < 
lion, there neem* to he a ^laae 
where a l•ll•>lomer l>» only if 
p.»rded a« a •••!(.•# of reyenu* 
and not aa a partner In a rapidly 
evpantli*’- hi* •••“ s I have 
moved In with mv son in-law 
Inio four at'ie« snvfd bv I 
rommi'V.'lon and wiir, ine ev 
rrpuon of the mid Nland are. 
1in*| iha< no aiiemp' :* maoe 
In let ihnr paitner- know 


what i( >.ap(>eninp wunm ifw 
'••rj i !./4tion. II ieemv to m« 
hipn tim<* that a *u.«tatned pto- 
pram of piiblie infoimation waa 
lommeo'ed so that wb might 
kn<<w wh«: ^ hapfienuip. 

im .sine that the opposilinn 
III ItuMle lake W"uld never nave 
aii..en If the atvivv had te*eii 
rauie«l «iut, .surh a pr'»pram 
wouhl have reminriint j(e<jx»le 
i!iii nme marrhes un. and wc 
h*'i ausf nf prowin. detnanda 


Those that wnuhl have lh« 
pr.wej eomniiss|on dejjendeni 
upon the RC. Klertne rahle 
would o[>eraie their own bu*l- 
»e--s >ri surn a manner tnat they 
wo'iid itfj at Ihe meuy of one 
supp.K'r. 

t;pt »K(jK K. POULK. , 

Hr. I 

I 

I HuUIt Lake 

I havtt l•‘.•d wnn prt' 4 ( in'nr- 
est the miny letters jn youi 
p.i{M'r Multle lake. 1 fall 

to umlernland Premier Jteii 
ni’llB tfi'i'is.Mn. In my opinion 
no poveinmatit now or in tha 
> 1 *-:;-. lo tiiiTie ha* any right 10 
, lake Xi'im me people W’h.it haM 
tiMfn givi ‘0 them and lulure 
generaiimn to anjoy. 

Thus splendid lake an<l park- 
land v.Me set aside for the :..;!r 
Iiuipose nf fiiolPi'imp 
from dt 'druciion It i* leriamly 
n» piesfot a llUle j«oJ»led. hul 
new ro.id* will and ran he built 
ftoon which would pive emnlo>. 
.meox tn many fur vr.ua l'> 
fi*me. The power commo-'.lon 
Id |.r>^iiv pet its nisfssa V 
p-rwer eisfwhrie an.l wHh th-- 
.•'■■•nni' ape now here fill |>owfr 
f< r luiiire dev elopmi-nta wii 
also soon be obtainable. 

Canada || a younp rnuniry 
vviirt immeTi-d poselbiU'ies-, ^nd 
HC. in panievilar, »r. wiry tV ' 
lue pob'-v to rusti ihmps. which 
Is alwav-i a d.mper Take a 'iitle 
lane to vhidv h"w these matinjv 

are de;»t' vviih lit Riiiain M my 
nf l|»e he.vjis siKiH there h-ive 
hi-en piven lo the naitnn In 'he 
lust V) ve.ii^ simplv to s.ivi* 
their tilt'onie r|e«n ii«a|on. eith 
*•! hv building enfiofli limem ni 
fi’her buMiu’vs develop 

meni* no that fuiure penei.i 
linna «hontr| rf'*oy them. 

Tbi* Wi-e p'.ib'v alKohiielv 
foihirt* Inferfeiem-#, mtle^ 
there is a nnlional emerpenrv 
SiilTlv Our prevent leadei* are 
fatsi*elnp enouph *o adopt a 
Kimitar policy and protect n 
ptihllc p;uk. Beauty can so ea«l- 
Iv be destroyed, hut never rp- 
Htornl. 

KAr.PH W. CROSLAND, 
Cedar Creek Ranch, 

Duncan. B C. 


BUY THAT 


Other Sourees 

' Anyone taking ihe time to 
hw>k at tha map of BC. will 
on.a prf/p at the water pi»len 
Hat offered on ihe mainland by 
rr»>asinp .Seymour Narmwi and | 
the other vanoua ivland*. 

The amount of |H»wer oh 
iciinable there, m c-imparmon 
with that to t*a obtained fion| 
the 'proiwKsed dimming and 
flor»d of Cam • II und RutUe' 


coloiodil. The general public 
ha« henid nothing of thi* area, 
and we may Hupj>o.« the com- 
mmslon hi»* made no aui vey i 
and no r<*{>ort <>n inia arei. , 

There has onlv been a one- 
mindedmws of blunt rt*fo-.Hl by 
ihoM* conceme«t in Jnsi.sting on 
'tfii* drsi'craiion of RumIj lake 
laid the adliiinlng -irea. Not 
I too lo?ip ago a I’ommiitis* of 
povernment officials 'M iti 
ludpmenc on a predicamenl 
concerning the aufip»)sed raping 
of one pork on •'suit Spnng Is 
land for the benefit of tnolhei 
adjoining park. Public opinion 
w.»y aroused by Ihe acathlns 
rebuke* government olftcials 
dfliverrtl to the probably uvi 
willing [lark officials. 

At thu lime It u* rather amuv. 
Ing to note that tn# very men 
wno sn Bcathingly rebuk# th« 
lo<al park* board are now wi'l- 
ing In sell Vancouver Islands 
and tha province# natural 
beauty aitrarlinn for the pne-' 
of a few million /tH*t of limber 
and a small kilowatt poi'miial. 

n I'. TRAStR. 
RR2 Fill ford Harbor, 

‘ult SpTlng Ulaiid. BC. 

Six Realtors 
Attend Meet 

S's rdv reilior* will he among 
1 nun re;»l esinte men from BC 
and four Amcrii'an slate* aOend- 
inn Ihe S'i*rihwe«l Real K « t a I e 
t.'ttn"di.»n4l ronfen*n»*e at .Spokane 
!v pi ;*fi and 

Tlii'V are A II Reid V. N. Ca- 
beiiiu B Krr, L K. Kirk, 

fluy Miiff»-ls and Mr*. Lydi.i Mi-Al- 
lifter who will also allend the 
r.'inrMhnn Avson.iii.tn of Real 
l-Mnfe ftoardv cfinvenilnn in Kd- 
fTi'Milnn Sepl. 17 to 21. 


MBTBAL FUNDS 

ar# otir «peciolty 

BOUGHT • SOLD • QUOTED 

/lujutma tnvHtcd 

JAMES A. A. GEORffi 

Tanvw MCg . 4-CT31 Victoria 


Batin (Colontat Victoria. B.C^ Sm.. Serrt. !*. 1958 I 

Help Floods In 
— .lim Has Home 


Roils Roaily To G rah Tllioi 


VANCOUVER tCP»— Ug- 
less Jim Bntien aat In tha 
sunshine .Batunlay. no longer 
a man without a h"me. 

For two months, the man 
who lost his leg* m a tram 


his home m Victory square m 
downtown V'ancouver huddled 
in a wheelchair through sun- 
shine or ram. 

This week his plight became 
known, a (und was started 
and contributions %re pnurlng 
in 

Now he U slaving at a 
downtown hold, wbern one 
donor pand hi* board and 
ro*Hn for a week. 

.And, he may get hi* ariifi- 


t-ial legs 1 / It is ph^ftimily 
pitMUhle. 

Well.wisher* have promised 
Jim, who will be 70 next 
week, that funds will b# sup- 
plied If he can b# fitted with 


‘'Even if h# can't get hit 
leg*, at least he’ll have .i ’•oof 
over hiB head," said one oon* 
iriburor. 

Jim left a Vancouver hospb 
ial in July, and made the 
park-ilka downiowm square 
his home. 

"They just put you there to 
die.’ he waul when giving his 
reason for leaving the hos- 
pi»al. ‘Tm still good for a 
while" 


KALIMPONG. India « Reuter* »— 
Communint China la gradually 
strengthening her position ui Tibet 
to the point whera she is ready 
‘to absorb Ihe rouniry pohuoally 
and economically into her own 
aystem 

An fith-ceniury Ireaty between 
China and Tihet, merribed in a 
Slone pillar near the mam tample 
in Lhasa . de-i-nbe* the relation' 
ship between the two countries as 
that nf "unrle and nephew " 

But a recent staiemcnt by the 
TTalai Lama, spiniual ruler of 


closer. 

"l! IS an unpreoadenied relation- 
ship " the Dalai Lama aaid. which 
lA ax gond a.s tha ralahon«h|p 
^exL*nng between father and son" 
This closer relationship extend* 


panicularlv to the economic field. 
But the Oiinesa are also working 
for the social TTMyiermzatw>D of 
Tibet. Ounes# women Communists 
are louring the country, teachmg 
Tiheian women the domestm set- 
erires and telling them lhat the 
xtatus of women is equal to that 
of men 

The OilneM arc also trying to 


draw arm# of tha thousands 
Lamas out ol tha mona*ienes tn 
join in a more worldly life. 
Ai'Toprling to Tibetan traders. Sio 
Chim-to girls, trained in Com. 
mumsm. are tn he brought to 
Tibet and em-ouraged lo many 
Larrtfi*. Th<>*e who marry will 
get loan* from the govcmmeni lo 
*iart m trade Ihe Tiheiant say. 


rr It wi*s TO Tvu cvBF or rora errs 


as«.. M. 4 .. D-fM*. 


STRKK 


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the delightful way 
to entertain Quests 

Make the highlight of their visit « 
tour of ihi* 2Sarre Fairvland n( 
powers -four ganJen* in one. Sea 
the F!ncli*h Rone. Italian. Japane«-« 
and Sunken Garden* umler night 
lighilng 


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• AcriMt the 
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• It-dnnr ahelves 

• ( om|uu-t * 1*0 

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• Ayr. warranty 


Y ATE'A AT 01’ ADR A 


4 SI 11— EASY TERMA 


What's news at Inca? 


mm 

LET US 


FINANCE 
THE DEAL 




If vn»i have vmir eve on a • at M*-ii «*aii* 
f»l m»>n» I a .n lii.*n voi| have on band 
. . let * talk It over Ue ran Imance tlie 
deal for you at very low r.tic*. with an 
l''iuranre plan that protect* jour estate 
at no extra cost. 


RITHET 

CONSOLIOATCD 


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INCO NICKEL STANDS UP TO A HOT JOO 
IN THE NEW VISCOUNT AEROPLANE 


Heat was ■ni* rio probi.em 
thiit confronted the engineer! 
whodertigTMHl and built the Flnlb> 
Flnyce "DiiTl** engine for the 
Viekere-Armatrongii ViscounU 
which TCA ha* put into regular 
service. 

In developing its amooth flow 
of power, this gas turbine pro* 
pellerengine also deveinpa terrific 
heat. .4 numhrr nf parts must 
operatf at cherry red heat. 

At this tempemfure aome 
slloyt wser away rapidly. Othem 
do not have enough strength to 
withstand opsrating ati r ee r e and 
prevent buckling, warping or 
cracking. 


Nickel, however, baa heat-reeiat* 
ing proper! tea and when com- 
bined with oiher metala makes 
special alloyi which can with- 
stand these devastating con- 
ditions. 

Home nf these alloya, em- 
ployed In the “Dart" en- 
gine. contain as much aa 
nickel. 

Inco research engineers have 
co-operated with engine 
designers in the developnwmt 
of heat-resisting slloys— as they 
arw ready U> oo-operata with 
design engineers in any industry 
where special metala are re- 
quired to meet unusual 
conditions. 


How the Rolls-Royce "Dart” Engine Operates 


Air enlen the engine at high apeeH* through intakes A) 
behind the propellrr. and la rompreaead by a two-etage 
comprrnwii R In the oombustion chamber 'C\, t>w omn- 
preaeed au* is rmxad with fuel and ignited. TIw hMUvI gasM 
rfnve a turbine ' D ' which w mnnected through a rfdortaon 
gear K' with the propeller. At the exhaiMS (F), swwpinf 
gasM deliver an additional >et thnwi. 


K'riW voar frm rr»pv V 7 J paw tHuMrttlm J 
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h» mtppitwi In mmnHnm *rhnni AevAicr* aa rtqunt, 


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ODEON 


Dons Dmr James CMNEY^ 

Love Me Or Ixave Me 


m OUTDOOR 


(Colonist Viftorb, BC-. Si*.. S«pf II, IWS 


KnlerlainnuMit Parade 


( liristmas (iomes 


f|J Comedy Opens Guild Sea 


son 


By BUI < U M»\^THKU 
A« wurkeri ru^h lo complctr the 
rewiring Jub at l..anghuin 
'theatre. officiaU of the VjriorU 
Theatre Ciuilil have annnunLei) ih:<i 
their «>aNun will ojx*i. «.■. 

»ch**(iute<l Saturday, with the iiifnan 


r«aii|>lele<l before the theatre <-an 
re i)peii. iiiunry wUI Im* l*«r 

ruwftl. iNit rirore in atill neettd. 


•Iiidre^ led hy >fr«. fi U |>iir«iid 
will rhiMhke «(iie ur nturo alnxera lu 
gii to Seattle for auilltlon*. ihi. I'l. 
at wlilcli time Iratliiia prl/ea are a 
thaiiie at llie Metro|MilMaii aiulitiMiia 
of the air aiitl with die 

NorlhweHt t)|H'ra (oin|>aii\. 


aU week at the ( aplhH. The Ike 
minion hringa luu-k «iar> < «>u|»er In 
**kd^enturea of Mami IVih*." Iue« 
day, ami folhiwa with “Stnginc l« 
the lUhi." I'rlday 

The l-u.^ haT two Uamh- . ■ .^v.. 

\m- >.i 1,4‘ave Me lonmiiow .. ;l 


firoup- fiorn Vu'lmia 
IHonii Ve»>i ..o\n and Si'HlIle will 
l.tke ]uit in tin* third armual Srjuarf 


Th.. ■ whn like IhMfe iJ.iv. 
'ppren.de fier a.img m Vii,{m. 
Qtimi." at the HoyaJ theatre ihn 
week, but the film la atill JunI fair 
enferlkinment. 

Mim n.ivia porira.NT a ie.i| (^ueen 
KU/aheth wHli Imperiouanesi aii<l 
itaah and there i.a a good ‘ ^pieirlitig 
cast 


oa\ While die <kik lla> piesent' die 
‘liiand t‘om-erl' tiMv.:-: 
lew, for the $ei\)Md time, niitj 
‘Heluctani iahaiiuv.i." Tliuiada. 

I'ha TlUlrum (.hjldiMir pn‘»«’niB ' A 
I’Ui'e in the Sun," tomorrow; '-nioy# 
Itedheadi fnim .^eatlle.'' Weiho* 
da>; ‘ Metse .luniea" and I^out 

Miii v." Kii.hi> 

KiM-wliei'i. Si'a t’li.iM'" at ii,e 

All.iii 'niMi'H.:'. .in, I 11.1 

:iie I »r .11 !• f.it|i.\i l-'i |M< ,M In 
tne .\ 4 v> . 1 . 1 % 


who ate stranded aboard the H- ' 
Navy crui-M-r HMS Kaleon «a the 
admiral of the fleet approach* 

Ticket .sales l»egln at Kent’s 
Wednesday 

r«sl Ineludev Heii Wtlllams, as 
Marine Deg. Itavid M.ir ni Ah 
Kong; Cliff Clark. * iptaiii Kand.dl: 
Cynthia I-iuk, Fay Eal«»n; Carole 
I'omeroy, Njinry Hewitt; l.en L-mk, 
Admiral Sir Herrules Hewid. Mu 
earei fk-wdney. Majv Carllon .ir.d 
Jack Rowe, Capl.iln M.tllland 
Wade tlirectt and IVirothy \Vh\i«* . 
cosiurru* rhlef 

The guild has nUse«l IsIHl lowatd 
(he isMt of rewiring, which niust he 


Sf>*»ns«»r 1 ^ .igdtn the I'nlteil Cum 
meulal 'rravellei*«. Victoria Council 
No •l.'VI. nnd guesf artist Is again 
Fi'fitim ‘'Jonesy'* Jones, one of ih«* 
best caller* around 'n« kets are at 
"(Vc’' kTelcher*. Wagner's Nevts- 
'Mnd nr Aichie Thomson at Jivp; 
Amphion 


A K' "d WITk in .•( IiH.l] 

diciMCM, with slm-'l m-.v ..ne 

.S!;<iW»T.g a film of Im*I||.i *11111 
aWl.ige ralilne 
I’l'e hlgllllg:,:- 

Uosallnrl Uusselt ami "(•Irl Kush" 
follow H*‘lte Hat is I ritlai. *'ljulv 
and the Tramp" will llkel> remain 


T'.moir' V. IS ihe fm.il d.iv 
'?|ipli( liiions to the Vicioria p iii 
toe Met 1 iiiHiItt iin Noj t 'iw ,i|i, 
-vilii{Mr , ;il i.idio C.I\‘I 

7 t*! t» m . Wednevtay 

Applicants should telr|>hoM# .N 
T. H. Johns at .TifObi. 


roifrum 


ijocai itieisiersinger i/roii 
Emulales AiuieiU llalladc 


Therf* «rr 90 days to Christmas, Bruce BInny, l."^, 
cahiilated. So bo dofjtled to holp hi.s fniher, pro* 
piiotor of Mi.s.s Ml.inio’s “miscellaneous" shop at 
2011 Oak Bay .'iveniio, sot up b Chri.»dmn.s toy display. 
Yesterday, the shop window drew hundreds of 
curious and Renorally oi-sfatir children. 


RV JtMKk RM OS 

I|f>I.l.V\V(s>l) <AF' Is Kii/:d*<i|h 
T-i>Ior unfair i.. ...g/inl?e*| wom.tn 
h«B.d’ Ai Irist one t..p fenunma 
•Ptr thmhs so 

■ l.i/ *= |m» p - keled •' erv- 
lime spt>e...« HI |.i|t»lic ■■ sd 
llhU'd ll.e tk.imsn Im* 


* W'liere ,t>N • sit# g«>l 

<)>ilhes' I hsi* hei ' 

1 . 1 / when |..|d of the • MMi mpnt w 
t.Tler tsoglierl «r>d pro\e<t •>!*• « i •• 
ail oilirr women. .Sita w.n,u| r ,o,rr 
l■•ok Ilk* “•.me»,ua else ||pr . V .k* 
A.s (Gardner 

ITiif lt)« tset 0 ,s> •),* j ., 

I.o Isvp.r Bryl rr.l *i 

got hi'i Ui* plunt r«.ip -.t o » .. . 

■Jie V ill piftr II. • Vogiols 


TSU I* Bf • ••BlIBttlnt Ml 

at arurl^ aa Vlalaria B>a.iral aa* 
tkralriral fraaB» spp**>iA( )• Tha 
lUiljr ialmid rath Saa4<y. 

B.> 14. B. BI.NNY 

The melsterslncers ..f i-i-r-dio- 
val Europ* ma<!e a ';d 
hulion to Uia e/iier*alnmenl of 
msny snd effectu-ely fastered 


• ;iu ilngets have pertoi 

mances in P.irt Albenii. f>un 
ran and oUier up l»lanil 
muni'ies. ■« well as Vlri.,rut 
The Reij Cre-*-: Die ,S«.|.irliim 
and the Veiin.in s liospiinl hive 
ofijoyed special ronrert: 

'The melstrr.slngers are run 
sislent winners in Island mu“ 


(iliev alien 68. 
lo Make TV Deliiif 

is: HAVRE . Franc# f API- 


lmpit:.ni| nlisrrvNtion 

ftl O filoil 

mg. M.iit lif lUiUywwsl % 


mure ihan i-rirr on tl.e t'l» 

Only lem.T*-" >... ...r uf me 
OItginal i - T'r»| Huiihti ii. 

allhoiigli Dintiev Wirkeit. . um 
diiriur More iy.T 9 . w.i! a mem 
b»*r during lh<* se. lUid year. 

Irrfomialily U the Kevttoie 
of melHtersinger shows, whuh 
range from oper# to .sea 
Shanties and include dramatl/a- 
lion userl sparingly to heighten 
Ihe effect of certain number.*. 

Soloist for the past two years 
ha* been Ruth Champion, but 
the roster provide* other name* 
well known a* solo performers. 
Including Mr. Tlmp. Arthur 
Jackman. John Bray, Fred 
Wright and Allan Husband. 

Mr. Tlmp achieved recognl 
lion during early concerts from 
both the public and hi* accom- 
panist. At that time .*he was 
Mis* Hrace Allen- now she Is 
Mrs, Tlmp. 


nn morn astomsainc 

«wofTw Of m CttTimr 


< rnpir^ to 

■ftw m<A»* • ; 1 ».t ,j 

Henry (..liali'-ig 

l.<hia N»«| Warner flt-.a ■ 

listr»r fig.caa U» a '^I’a.o A-* 
lit »!./ A •. a»il fM-iau-' 

.k*«v#(.a a Bu»t rtf j-.nu’a I* ■ Sm* 
amung o.i*-. *..i t. ftej.ia uoly rhim- 
|•luQ4r..|■ I /I'rrjdata. Ha nverice* 
alttnjt i . pi. liiret e.fry fi%« \r*ara 
- IliS IsO at A ri«4 tt l/j P|0 ' 

and ' .Mtant- ' 

Ha WEiieij Bvttn* fhonUui jiaai a 
planned rlarluig dale to gel Mi>i 
Taylor for "ftiunt. ' 


1 In the Middle Aiie*-. m«‘ster- 
'«ln,:er.< enierminod .»t th** • .uirt,* 
of Europe. N'n duuhl Ihe faithful 
Bloodel. who reputedly found 
King Richard C'oeur de Lion of 
England In the dungeons of 
Duren.*ietn. by singing outside 
the wall* was a melsterslnger. 

Tlte.se profe.sslonal poet.* and 
halladeera did much of Iheir 
own composing and ailaptlng. 
Gradually, with Ihe spread of 
learning and the widening of. 
artistic appreciation, they bi'-. 
came more closely associated I 
with the live* of people and far' 
les.* exclusively with the lives' 
of king.* nnd queen.*. ' 

The Victoria group wasi 


RtCMARO 

MflDMARK 


Ksquimah Sorrnls 
(ilimise 20 Delcijates 

p 

Premier W. A C Bennett i>ald 


a surprise visit to the Esquimau 
Consl.stuency Social Credit As- 
sociation's 8 lh annual conven- 
tion Friday evening at Colwood 
Hall. 

Mr. Bennett spoke briefly to 
the 40 voting delegate.* and 
about 65 visiting delegate.*. 

The meeting saw 20 delegates 
chosen lo attend the provincial 
convention to !># held at Van- 
couver. Oct. 28 and 29 . 

George Bonner. Cobble HIIV 
was elected president, Mrs. T. 
F. Lock, Luxton. first vice presi- 
dent; O. M. Finney, l.uxton, 
second vice president; Mrs. L. 
E. WUUon. Metehftsln, third 
vice president; and T. F. Lo< k 
secretary-treasurer. 

A. J. Bruch. MLa. Est{ulmal(. I 
was chairman. I 


nrOLEY WR'KEIT 

Club an«l the Victoria Male 
Voh'e Choir. First performatu-e 
wa* In Sidney on [>er. 15 . 19 AT, 
and the Victoria premiere wav 
in the Shrine Auditorium Jan. 
15 . 19 . 1 - 1 , with Tlielma John*, 
Pierre Tlmp and Frank Isings 
as so'wUi . 

Since MNirganl/oilon In 191 ', 


Adult 

Entrrtainnx'nt 


PArKF.I) WITH M SPENSK 
ANT) AHVFNTI RK! 


■MZHTaiMG 
m 6 €L PATRICK 
660 R 6 E COU 
DOIIAU) IVDlf IT 


WTTH A OAi 


al»u organized the 


Start In Vrnlee for 
Gold^ Ijiiirel .Awards 


ELIZABE-m TAYLOR 

'luerns were Ihrre. most of them 
luokmg gorgeous tug. 

Into the hire nf such stiff compe* 
tilion walked Ihn su(mt gurgiMus 

** Taylor, if there ever had been 
ony question that this was the 
cn s greatest beauty, her on- 
tram-e that mghi wuuM Ivase dis- 
IM'lieil nil duulits. 

.''In* vvure l!tf most beautiful 
gu„;., 1 -. ^mielKiw that hurt 
im.-i .>f nil If the tiimment* of the 
caustic star, who fur i»r>. e prefers 
aiii'ovmiiy. nic.nn .HrivUung. 


Slieilah (/rah 


HTiijrs 


St leger 


Stars Down to Earth 


ta nil - «J> um ^ 

ff.rs— IN Ttf HMCOroB 
THE SAVAl.K .SAt.A 0|- 
RKOKK.N BOW 

'WYOMING RENEGADES" 

'^tarring I'lllI, < AKK1 


HOLLYWOOD iNANAi Metro will 
not allow any nf it* star* or ex«*eulive* to 
appear In the "Jean Harlow Story." And Rill 
Powell has refused perm!=«*bm f->r any men* 
tion of hi* rttmanre w*lth Jean to be u*eij 
In the picture. Tills add* up to no picture. 
. . . Diana l.ynn, who not so long 
wanted !o marry Amly .'Icljiglen, now 
has eye* for Ed Paiiley, Jr. . . . And Terry 
MiMire I* miffed . . . >!ay Mynn. Rnl»ert 
rraneU' girl in ‘ 'I he Fjn.e M;:!i-.-. • i .mt 
gel over hi.* death 

(iary ( roahy ha* di- i red Mona Free, 
man. and 1 * he spinning . . Jeanne t rain, 

who's Iteen visiting wnii Janet t.avnor >-< 
South America, reports nhe !• better after 
rei-enl surgery . . After the baby Ann 
Blylh i* going to *fu<ly for grand opr:.*: 

Jane Withers made over 5 n piiTori>«. 
"Giant" will he her first -n color. . H .t 
producer • dlrerlftr (ieorge Hieven* ■ i..i 
u*e for the big -creen ami 'GiuM" ■ 
the smalt sire. 

fNerythlng hapjir . . .Iran Simmon*. 
Now she I* sick in bed .*((•-. having tw.i 
wisdom teeth pulled . . Orstm Welles plan* 
to bring hl« play. 'Moby Dl* k. ' In Ur<.a.lw.tv, 
even after the .*irani:e reviews In Engl.*. I. 

. . . Katharine < orneli is bringing her ‘T’sik 


I* Light Enough” play to the roast. . , . 
John Wayne told son Pal "tJet a college 
tNlucallon first, l>e a man. then If you wl^h. 
h<' an actor." . . . Ailtnrin (iassnian wa* --^e 
of Ihe Itallltearers at the funeral of the 
father i»f hi* eywHe. Shelley Winters. 

l•Mln ( rawford ha* taken her Breniwood 
m« -on off the market . . , And lama 
Turner and Ia*x Barker are asking $1900f« 
f". their eight betlroom *iia.k In Beverly 
Hill* 

Kallicrine GraotC* friend* h>si*l that *he 
will marry Bing ( rooby and that she hs- a 
w eliding rr-served for a day In November 
In a Beverly Hills ihuich. 

i.rai'e Kelly not only rerded and mo.rd 
i.aylorif Hauser'* house upon ariival ;.i 
H:-!l^ Aood. but she als</ went on Mr. Hans* 
ei s nut* and berne* diet, Grace's rereut 
<*<arted her thinking ah,>ut her health 
and ' -*il pte>cnhe<l yoga, yog.irt #"<1 


,rak^^ Francis' 

j are rocking rlie 

|^Lui«iwitti^/ 


Firefly Racing at 
Torquay 


«S» fiWWflMB 


ta*' s Dan e • lub will 
’.ill pf::v dance at k ’K> 
at lOlJ Iv-j-iM 
..L- iirm--.- im of j..;:; 

• xidhrm* Hf'd vq : 3 ; 
will be festuretl. The 
- invited all Interested 
i<> a'lrml. 


FRANCIS 
IN THE 
NAVY” 


TODAY! 


IMlNAl.n 0 '< DNNOK 
.MARTHA IIVRR 


HELD OVER! 


OCOHHOR 


.Alfretl lllt<-hcock's nest picture, be n * 
n.e %M ) he "Flnmingo Kea»iier a n?’. 

- ry, naturally which he will shoot lit 
Afnc 4 

Marlon Brando Is rn.iking like a pro- 
writing the scfjpf for hi ..wn piiture, 
Wt'ii !i B* v,:;j know. Will lie ■ western. 


■lucm 

MONDAV “ 


FROM 

DiM(- 

A dance 

TO ZIECFEIO 
FOlllES! 


(irossed \ ires 


THE ART GALLERY OF 
GREATER VICTORIA 

HHO Aloas SU Phone 4-3133 


GEM 


THKATKK 


SIDVrY 
MONDAA AT 7 l.'i PM. 

Conquest of Space” 

Ti I HMi oi na 

-'•no tOllM Sil**«tBrt 
■ b W«iM, a.BBk 1*4 I nr n*iniaf 
>•, r»«>r* UvaBt, (■ H.<I4,>| «r 
I H<IOt( In MH 


MIDNITE SHOW TONIGHT 


-COLOH.im 

CiNbmaScoPEI 


UTNDi 
I’wtii. hr-a 
n ih!- g t 


r'^ K' CetAtii^ Pox 
Sl>ectacular^’- spreads 1/etfbre 
„;yoii live vclwt cape and 
violent a^e of 
SirVvliltcr ^Ralei^lv 


ftlST tHOCSIMft 

CRIMES 

*»AIN4T WOMIN 


./‘'t* IP .-Tiled |. ".'r who 
t:.. • !! IM the • • i.c of 
Ili/,*bell. Harvey 1 > who 
In al*"te f.„ eight h.yunc 
I ill ’ ■ ,i«efl nhotilde. ]t 
•I tAfii tinefl li'iw the rr:r 
w .1 r* iHH-.iiiie . d 


Sunday — 

"Alaska Nair-^ Aa' 

■'The y .Maud P- uwn Iz‘*n 
r'oltecllon ■ and 
" 2.000 Years of Chmesi' 
Palniing 


NOW 

SHOWING! 

KOADKI) WITH ^ ^ 
I.\l(illTK|{ AM) MiSIf : 
INTKOm <’IN(i TIIK 
MOST DFI.KtIITKl I. 

S< • If Y. KN r YMSi )N A I , IT I 
IN A IHKFS A(il-:: 


Tuendav, Ihrnugl) saturdav — 
.'.ame exhibifion .ii,..vp 
e\*ejd F! IMinting 

which i I . Wrdn*-i.i-«%- 

Frlday— 

K. . -...ted r.-n.:-rit. ... 

t.,-iMcr\ T'mm. j 1 .’: 

( hlldren's Painting ( Imm*^ 
upen week d ;-;.-pf Jb sign 
nt> at the f.'.iMerv ri..w 
Tue»/lav. I p ni .i^; ' tn 10 

Wetlne<i<lav* lu a m . agr.^i 1 
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By KO\ I’AKRtnT 

Mulli-miilion-dollar Walt Disney productions are 
on their way lo television viewers this fall. 'Hie 
parade liegan with last week's hnur-lonc pres<'ntalion 
of “Dtimixi. ’ to be ref>eat4'd SattJiday on CBLT. 

Tht* fpMturp, to he m*imj WeduPMlav niyhl 

on KlNti-'TV. 15 a <ooi> set in the uoiirt5 and niMuniams of 
tmr OMO I'lii'ilic NoMMupoi TliP (ait>M>ii kin);' iipwpxi m 1- 
vprmn-p jitorv ’Thp OI%iiip|c Mill hr si«en m its rnlirei.v, 

in an houi lufia tpipcasi. 

Rei'hmmpndpd Mpwmg for >oung>«iPr5 and Ktovsnnps 
alike '‘Thp Olympic KIk" is a filtn divumentary of the awe- 
some saga of the elk whirh make liieir home in this rnaaial 
area r>i*ine>‘i naturalixt-photographers spent alrw«t a year 
In Washington .State making the piclu(e 

UrdncMtay viewers will w**» ttie animals al htNitr In the 
Kain Fnrevl and will follow (hem on their annual Irek lo 
the high ctMinlry where the elk feed, breed and do lialtJe. 

The piriure. worth kepping the children up fur, will he 
seen at S30 p m . on fhannel 


Flfsi 0«'t Jl'i 1* flip 

apfMMiHim* of »hp .S|, C'enlia 
('hiJir of Moinr prese/iiing 
mu«ir hy l‘AtpvtiiiiM. Vitooia 
Mo/art. CJniinod Mnijieverdi, 
Hrahms and the Verdi Requiem. 

.S/|(.KTI I O.VIIMl 
Others ate tenor .fan iN'erce. 
violinist Jo^ef Srigeti and pian- 
ist l.a>onaid Pennsno. 

Series suhscrihers ma> re.serve 
seal* now (or hriih matinee and 
evening (lerformances of the 
Haltef Kusse Tu-keis will be 
sold to the public in DeiTmi*er 
Season tickets are heiiigaold al 
Keni - mush- sioie. 


COMING 

OCTOBER 4th 

I?lh ASM Al. 

PARADE 
OF BANDS 


Pharnn'd by a pi izc-winninu floral display »1 the 
Viiinrii Kfirluullural .So«tcl\ < annual lail show 
held Friday and .Satiii*day al the (’lyslnl tiarden is 
Min, a. .1. (iinningham. i*bl M' Kcn/ir The display, 
one of many lw>:uitiful ovhihiK. won the Nuholson 
liophy for J. t'. 'IVbby. Tail. 


Two weeks from now Ualt Disney will launch his long- 
swaiied ‘''llckey Mouse < lull” on ABt” snd KINliT\' TIrs 
program series, to be seen every day on loesi -»rreen«. he 
sold for SlTtOOOOOO without even making a pilot fpm 

The Mickey series will lose money, in spile of us 

great atirartion and the huge soma involved Bui r>isnev 
expects to mske up the pistes el-ewhcre just as he did wun 
the more exfiensive Di.«>nevUnd productions, 

Tlte l>avv Ooeketl TV series rost Its producers $700 000 
lo make and only’ returned $.100 000 for Ms television |vrr 
fnrmance But I* Is expected lo gross $l.!VX>000 in I'nited 
Stales movie houses rtirer'ly as s resiill of ;{=• TV showing 
.As a result, other Ualt Disney pictures are slated for 
fall television presenlalion, Incliidlnc (wn new ( rnekett ad 
ventures. "The Great Keellirtal Race” and “The River 
Idrwles." 

lip als<' are s of T'l'^nev •arl’ . :; .i"d 

features .such as “Ridtln Htewi” and "The sj^vord and the 
K**se.” to he seen on both channel !S and channel 2. 


Over |*«T cenl of the kiafi 
pulp industry r*f Biuisfi O'him 
hia is manofacioiefi from 1? - 
ging .>-a.VHge. sawmill rc'idue 
ami Inw cratle logs This irpie 
'4•nt^ a direct im teaM' m we.illh 
to ti|e I-.. pie of Brill h 


Ronson Lighters 

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Traveltigiie features slater! p.r this weeks viewing In- 
clude a tour of New York and a visit to Winchesifj. and I't 
fammi.s cathedral. 

CBS T\' color cameras will take viewer* on the New Yf^k 
tour, to he seen here In both black and white and color at 
2pm this afternoon. 

The shnwplare which I* Winchester will he seen on 
TRl'T. next Friday at *10. when mohlle units will visit this 
famous Knghsh city and Its landmark a familiar alght to 
thousands of (*anadian ax service men and women 

I’tnse upv of the vaulted roof* nave and rlnister* nf the 
cathedral will be shown and viewers will he told much of 
the hi-sinry of the historic structure 


A huaload of Itn-al radto and Walter t'a.skey. Sirinev .•<fH*ncer 
leleviainn men left for Vanciu- Wilfred Wilson. Frank Vlocich. 
ver yeaierday to tour television Vinreni .Mielen. Kenneth Me 
/arllitiea at CBIT. They will C«lg, .Norman Tnvev. JU'-old 
viait the ('B(* atudlos at 1200 Oeorge, .Norman Oldfield, Me. 
West Georgia and ihe transmit- vin VL'Ilaon, Allan Wnilu, Jack 
ter on .Mount .Seymour. English, Fnc Bmk Harry 

The trip ta sponsoreil f'lr Its ('amertm. Roger Massey Jorvepti 
memtrrrs hy the Victoru chap- Kills and Ray Dougan, 
ter of the Radio Klwironirs I'p- Island techninans Pst 
Technicians' As5r*nation. la-hie. Tom Walsh and Hugh 

Making ihe trip are Erie iJnnell are alan attending 
Young Dave Banfield. Mel i'nlnniat television cnliin»ni<i 
VVarnick. Kmie Wheeler. (Ill- Roy Parrcit is accompany. ng 
beri Haines, Harold (launi. the group as guest of the 
fleurge Ball, Howard .Shemu't RETTA organization 


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Big-name stars will be seen In the Pr»»ducer«' .'Showcase 
presentation of “Our Town." the Monday evening 'pcriacu 
lar." on KOMfNTV at S F.va Marte Saint and Frank Sinatra 
head the fkVmlniite colorcast 

"Our Town." a musical version of the Pulit/er prize plav 
hy Thornton WIMer, lakes a loving look at the folks who live 
In the typical American town of Glover's Corners and follows 
Ihe lives of a home town boy and girl through romance, 
married life and old age. 


VICTORIA THEATRE GUILD 


EIGHT PAIRS OF CONCERTS 


Lx/j a / 1 ,s / o n PI a n n e d 
For Choral Groups 


PrPM'iitn 


MONDAYS 
8. SO p.m. 


81 NDAYS 
S.OO p.m. 


All f'onrerta al Royal Thealra 

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The l9.->r>.*>6 wason will he one ‘There Is room for hrivs of al 

of expansion for two of the especially those 

VirmHa ^"^*' organizations In 

The’Ko.ary Boys' Choir will 

be.-ome two choirs (or ihe first .nmmiMee, Prartu-e* are 

lime in Its five-year exisieiice, being held at 6 4.^ pm each Sat 
and the Vumria Choral Society urriav in the Salvation Army 
plans to present both Handel's CMa*4el. 

"Messiah" and ihe premiere of .Some SO hoys are ai hand, 2S 
Klgar s 'The Dream of Geron- of them originals, and these will 
tins” In this cliy. he Ihe nucleus for a aenlnr's 


Moat Intriguing television feature this week Is the dehut 
of the new naw documentary scries "Navy t». he 

seen Tuewlay* at * pm. on KTNT-TV' It Is a factual adven- 
ture program, dealing with the exploits of navy men 

Tuehday's thrilling epivMle deals wiih the activities of 
Frogmen and Include* man*, sequences filmed underwater 
and a story calculated in keep viewers on the edge of their 
seats 


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Dally (Ued. to I p.m.) 

Season Tickets Available 

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Plan Now (o \Mend (he Ht.W M Series. RHher 
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IMNS GKl BRK. MusU«l DlrerWir 


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Op^pi'i*: -if I9’i/Vi furling 
|5 IcM than ihr»’e wf«*kt 
a^av and indDaMnna are ina( 
this will he 'lie be*' *eaaon yrl 

)niere*r la a' a new hii;h anr] 
the eluh already haa 13 new 
member*. 

E'lrar rurJr g >*111 take plane 
nn VVednendav Orlober 12. 
whlrh will he (;ue«» Night" 
('uiler* may bring Iheir fnenda 
and fheif- nmM he *e\rral draws 
i<-r friendly f.;nme” 

The nrv' •-'-'II *ee Ihe 

f*ar’ nf tfe .'^'urjal rresulei)' * 
\« Vlr-e Pie-.ulen* a test Jt u ill 
be **agrd «'S#^r three nigh»* 
Tnur»da\. E'riday and Satuiday 
- and the ln«er* will pay lor a 
chowder dlnne! Re^'-.ilar rlub 
draws aiart on .Monday. Orlober 
]T. wHh a gfiod rhanre nt a full 
complement of Db rlnka. .Satur 
day lommernial league* will 
slide off on .Saiiiiday. Onohei 
and VN'ednesday league* will 
atari the following Wednesday 
* • * 

Mt AlHMtMIII’ mtl\ E : The 
drive lor ne •- anive member* 
la off fo 4 good start A* »o in- 
durement the . iuh h»* oflerioi 
rie'v memhei* a rhar-’e :>t :sn 
the rlub bv pa'- $1” d'o* i. , 
the $100 Ufenme membership 
pill* the reg-! '^■•'•ing .1-- - * 
of S^*v pl'i-» 'ffiiM*inn lr.’ - ' 
wh.rh win amnvini to about J 
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should hnng m i-s or more h> 
Ihe lime Ih. ft::' rr-~i ate 
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It's been n lonj; waif for Victoria hoiwe-rar injr fans. 
bui wenes like fhl.s will tw .sih’h atfain for two wi'eks. 
Flailing Saturday, at Sandmvn park near Sidney. 
racing on Island was staged at Willow* track eight 
years ago. Pieture above wa.s taken during lBt7 m<v*f 
and won a prize for photographer Ren Hill-Tout. It 
shows start of spectacular spill in which Peaceful 


Jane, extreme leif with T«*d John.son up. turned com- 
plete somersault Kirsf Sandown meet will inin for 
11 day*, ending on Mofulay, Oct. 10. Tliankxgiving 
Day. Flight races will tie held on the holiday and 
three Saturday's of the meet and seven laie.s on other 
10 days More than ?i00 horses will l>e shipfw»d for 
mrt't and al>out 20 rld*Ms are c.xpected lo lie on hand. 


Bombers Edge Lions. 20-19; 
Esks Win Seventh Slraighl 


Presiding Sleuanl 


fmw TH** KTAIIl 


V «n" ■ - ? il 


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Ih# lime lb- ft:: ' aic A fi«’M g'-' ' ki- ‘ l b\ /j i;. i 'rr , 

‘ r; i.iiiv I./‘4Ke f. .•.i of ■ •. 

arA E:H '• -Hhrr H:. Dv . , , - v* , , 

*4r' Bii! ( -in " I'isrinA K‘-s ^ 

tAnuk. rharliMledgMvn. B -f. ih HIua Bn/--* a r.ti-;ng ■ 
rt4il. Rav .M^rffnnaM. Ain-.M “ H ‘ 


grvxl for Ifi? var.u BfimhiT* Hi- 'wo pa*-M'S covArAd SiT 

m4hA 4*» varh« /m thA air on -jpa .*«2 v 

. Li- ’*m.vn B“b iVan ko -M t ia 

I.K*n* srred first with i ki>k . 

. .... «f Ih. -.MM 

fir** '|i irtrr bi-i thA HombAr* ' ** .. .^ ^ 

vmjrnhAd h4«-k for a k touch ” p'-...--- -■ mnn.-. - * : 

nppAd b.* - 

' • ih^ Winnipeg 24 ir.i 1mA 

Hr jN to NAt up a touch * ^KI’E..\1EK S4 OKKS 


rt4il. Ray M^rffnnald. ^ ^ 

M*lpa.**. Jehn Hmi*tnn. tlordm la.*t night and prAvpniAd P . ...wi 1 .rivcsiod 

Mnorr. DavA »*. |^tian RjIj j;.irr B(.’ * luh fr *m m«vlnc • PAssks KOR M% Iok 
and I.4rry Marshall. wHi knmvn ^ .md pal* c Im* with , U 

Punran i .iilAi. who ;:.Anil> .■‘•ewan RoughridM,-,. I/,,..: weie ahc.itl ag.nn b-. the 

piirch.i«Ad thA E!*qul.malt B«w| In Uia other \STE*r game quarici t1,ililf.i r|» 

adromA. plavcd at HAgma. Eidmonion ,n,_ ,-\ a *tsa,|y up fl.'M marrh 

* * * Fvkimr. -amA up with ■ fan* ^ ,, 

I.MrOKTA.NJ- MKKI I.NO: An ‘ q'*«rtcrh.r .. find in ninning EMw/ird*. '• iHlmg in 

Important mining of « iiib mcm 'b»*lr winning *'»‘'*ak to •••ven ^ j n.iiA Al P'::i.ird 
bera haa been r4ilrd f.»r Mon : ■■•••• ' by Irlmminif the HDlAr* j,,,j 7 ^ 

da> Ort .1. and Ul niAmbcr* are 20 1. ^ ^ a,.,nnd quar 

urgAd to attAiid. pam.-ularlyi A < r-wd ol 27 132 «t 'v 40. . i.iminr da 
thn«AwhoaiAnot jAtona rink v - ihr ..'^010*1^1111 hv .1.. g d-". 

ThA mAAting at .« =.m mg gumc Uia l.i....* ^ iMuchduwn Five 

ThA mcA'inr will prim, inly bA aimu-»i *nai ia.I ml'oiv by a«or took a lal 

for Ihr p.M-iHive ..f dl': . )nt "'K ’''*» fourtli q-i.iri.-r i-:::: .1 p, ai ,hA B r r. 

Club riilr, and to gc,- '/'Icrt a ■ <■> ','ku 11. n 11 '' C*** another lourh 

rhancA lo makA up IhAir rink* trailing hy !• . wiihtf Umn It 

for the rhth drrfW ii. |ifi p 1 .*\ ..... 

It V a wl<l‘* 'M»en gam.- •• :’h le.«ke ; . ivertej and b-’ 


-!).j=r r-n 

arti.-.l u.ef 
l . ..\jj'iA .)f 
uiv C{ led 


WlKi/ ; d 
; ">W )i It W -i = 
i Aril:; ie W •.,) 

•i.i.g with .1 



. rp.- . . , .. 

ne.,f2e E;Ii..U - .!!.j=r fn ' 'y' *bA WlKl/ ;d 

;ng M.ii finallv am.-.l u.ef I"'- -'Wi. It w-= = 

... d • 'o* a ...wj.lA .)f B-h Ariifiie w 

...wjl mvetled ’."‘'.y 

sKs FOR M%ioR '.Ml. nr:;:; P'‘'o 

.. .. „n„ .. ^ h... IS J*.;!: ;r _' .,,t 

m.,r„ „.d 13 '-r; ^ , 


h. I,- . 1- ...| nt..* I' . . .. :4pper fur .s.ujri.iwn meet, A* . . , 

end Dan Kdward*. ' mlmg m . j .MO'her 131 1.' r.>mp.Ai- .-irruM ri..r =-- im^^ J, **< rifi. A and rM-ne W.*od 

veried ,| K t led. ; fi. Counling ii»A U*i pari uf ^ • - ir^*- ' j..,rk P'-'hlA* hv Kart Toigewn and 

Afir-i a --.i/r;. *e.nnd quar se .-...n it W4, ihA 12th Ofrtighi meet, w)„, h end* inmorMw. Eallne plu* an frror and Bill 
lAf. 1 j*wi • idmin.'d. d a :*:!*•* win tor Ihe Giey I’up eham F .mia w!!l be racing se-. relary TnttlA'a long ft> put the IlgAi^ 
(./ tunning pl.iv hv il.i g .lu piona. ■ •- ahe.id In the fourth 2 1. and 

• aid* fiu 4 touchdown Five adde.t a ihlid nifl in the HcvAnth 

minute* laler Jam*;- took a lal * » - , , .. ~ I when Kivd ll.itfleld rame home 

eral fiom I.AW 1 . isn ttiA B r I'i I S f A*l It fF /af*lrf>f/\* I - hy Torge*on and 

dnuM ■ “ — The YifikeAN l^kA on the Red 

'•i3::r::.JVanks Suder BIcm 


Afb'i a rl. -s *einrui quar- . 
lAf. Ij*wi •idmin.'d.d a :*:!*•* i 
(./ tunning pl.iv hv il.i g do j 
•aid* fiu 4 touchdown Five 
minuie* later .lam-i took a lal * 
eral fio'n I.awi. on ttie B r* l** j 
d !u.e lo get another touch 


Hv The A*^«M-tale.1 I're** 

T.tmniv Byrne ui the ■■ 
Yoik Yankee* and the IVtror 
Tiger* teamed up Saiufdav 'o 
the lead of the New Yoik 
Yankee* to one full game in the 
super-charged American 
l.A4guA pennant ra'-e. 

B> me gave up only four ht-- 
a* iliA Yankee* ma*iered tlie 
Hokion Red .Sox, 4 1, ttefoie 
1"!M2 tn Yankee Stadium. A 
crowd of 14 679 saw the Tiger*, 
behind rookie Frank l,Arv. 
dump the Indian*, -31. for the 
fACond time In a row 

A* a re*ult the Yankee* no' 
*land -t 9rt*»6 for a jver.enM^- 
of 616 with eight game* to 
play The Indian* have - * 
■ fid - wdh *ix to go R'i» in 
the mind* of t-.s-r-^dl me.. :: 
luo exild defe:=:s of the Indi ii,-- 
Inrmi veis Girge with the- se.'v 
rto*e only one week iw.iy. 
■•ol!/. ‘uimered for ’M'* 
.-ind .ldc!;ip .len«en Hid 
M«. ,rr>* f.o the Red So- The 

Vr-l - .,irr: 'd : ' ‘in 

le.id ;n 'h.. ' *1 nn -•"•!"* b\ 
Bu -,.!.- Boh •'ei'- a* o U.ink 
Hauer mixed w."* "■ double *ieal. 
The e>. '• ■1 with the ^-.£a* 

i..ad.'d wHh Rex '.ox .it whldi 
p.»ln* F«ldle J**nAf flu*d In r»‘tilre. 

If, fM.,. -i. i,-., V al:...'.'J to 

hut kepi them eo well *■ ;' 
;.-rr-d that the Indian* could 
gain >. or., run. 'hat «x»ming 
in the fii--t when Al .Smiih 
Wr ‘/-1 and -:.-re.t on a Jlfden 
ha*e *acrifi' A and fTene VN'ikid 
ling long fly 

Poohle* hv Karl Toige*on and 
Al Kallne plu* an error and Bill 




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but It will help if iiio«e •.vho hav •FX-'lE-'* .si'.VItKI KS %■ 



.Aihiitional S|)ori 

Paces 9.1(1, 11 

(iamphell ('ii|) 
Handicap (ndf 
Starls Hondav 

Ki.sf r.:; i nf the Campbell 

' op .-'urntcliUoti Ji.-^'d ■: ".laltv 
at r.,l's n^ f^olf C\ ~. f„r 

worn; •’ .-..Ifri . In both the 
' •" a”d In ■-•..•e dC . •|oii*. w ill he 
{d.vvcd M«indi“. 

NT;- tVr. :. R;=:. .l.vnc* .vf I'ol- 
w «: :,t w o.i’i ;ie cm hand t.v »tefend 

luT i ‘- vrr.pmn*hip In tlie 'i^ndl 
. ap ..tm|- F. '.liwing 
t- •ltd- ;. on Tue»- 

dev Tl.ii:'-<lHV and Friday. 

V •• 


Fowichan Bay 


iverted and B- 


I. Ion* WAte not • et beaten 
Thev g--' balk In the game afier 


completed their rink* will enter Bombet* led b\ the great [/,*** .'^2 l*.*^'**^ 


them immediaiAly. Tliis aea*on running of ('anadi.m Gerry 
enitie* won't be . rpted unle*.. ja;;.. . and lorn I.e—i*. an Im 
the rink i< I .vmptete. fioi t from NF- oun'* Einmln 


Winniltet pa.** nn Ihe R t"* Id 
-..aril Hne From there th*- 


the rink i< I .vmptete. fioi t from NF - oun'* Einmln E">n* fl_- -.vd ;h.-ir be*i gi-.i.-d 

.So far only 17 rlok. have 1’nivrr*.ty, made Tr-; . .. !* on k -1 the g.vme and Pnmo 

been entered by Mr M..-|e "♦* ••■•’I 2 -i'n'i :•»» .--d* ‘ ^ 

M-'GIIHvary. Mr*. Alma .\1, Kib »’*•/'»<'"* who ==111 h.xefU ? 

ben .Marion Bradlev M, Hrt|. ' S'*'"'* I ..Hard .-r.nv.-. ..-d an.l le 

.Stub- . V--. r Knight t;enrge E-'t-ng ih... rournii-/iA*Uiercra-.;.M 

Tl.n,np*nn. Morley .MfpoinM , ^ w..* different in 'hf a*r- over for Ih^ thu.l \.-.r„,-„.er 
ri.-,ig l,^wmn. W. Gardner, " “/'-'’n,, T7 / ',-1 f ‘b" "''n - 1 .ig.nn i..Mv..:.>d 

Thnrnlev j,m Tang IP.h M- Eallffa j-.-npleied of i„ pm Mnn* ihe.id fnr the third 

Inioah. Mi.tv M.'-*‘i;iH (il-nr’ ' •, - *2^ ^m. 

li . . . h.iv e one inliUceiiiiN. TTiev weie i.,, u ^ .i» i ; n » 


Thnrnlev Jtm Tang, IP.h M- '’ IV. 

J"'?'”' ‘-I:" h,i.r'::n,.i„„. 

*\-.ov'-v Hob ...MhII. Jim l«4eki'* 

■ • 1 G--.irgA Tui kei. club pi- - i 

ri'-nt. ‘/k /1 

* * * I w 

GRFV < I I* spin : V,* 

ver * huge t.rev . tn> .T..;.--m' ’ . 

Bnn*piel, No\. 20-''. v..hi.-h • EDNTVIV 

limned b. Jtm riok-i :::1 ' r. ; a ga 

prize Jr.; w.vrui ha* Emi.-^d King- 

gone over with a hang and may 

well turn out lo be *»ne of ine j j 

be*t bon*pieI» ever held in the *• 

provin» e -r t 

Ijiteai ref...rf ft-.m V :::; . , JT.'.'.-V 

xer khow* that en'.-j.tx ;>l csrv.-- Ji 

ready been rereiv.-,| 

nnk* The*e Include *or.-.c nf, ***• '*!• >4 
Canada a heat riirlef and en. 'j* 

ftiA* ha.i^ been t.":eive*l fr.. -•' i».r..-4. n 

far away a* Quebec At lean m»» 4 ^ «'*a. 

fmir Macdonald Hner chtin ‘J. , 

pmn* will be on ‘1.111.5 Uji!y h .,.^4 .> 1 

Ro*e from .‘‘ierlgcvv-.k. Ameit.i 
Malt flalHvvin and Iden Gr.iv » ri nitv^ 
of Ef'lmon; in. and Ilowgi l J 

VN'.o.i of Winnipeg f"'' 

Two \t'loiifl nnk* are al n-.- li"**! 

re.i.lv entered sr,.l 
other ruile. Ir.i lu.hn : t;irn 
W .tikey, are thinking it over 
One of the nnk* i‘nicre.l ,* ,, 

made up of Frank l’cb.;rr'.-in. A ’'"'— h^” 
Dr Kifby .M. . lEirdip, »* ' : -1 

K“bert*on and iion Jan... -it " *‘."**." * 

The other an 1 - ^XAly gim.p. a- c » 

I* made up of Tni;. Gutod.:, cV 

Max Zabel, .Jerry Ijiuder. j-reM- oMhim n vi 
dent of the RC I'urllng A.**o- 
elation, and youra iiuiy. « " a- 

^ ^ ^ W -'knvroN T 

RE.A.NK F.M): More 122 :-iiCiadi 

are nee<1ed ff.r the VetAran s '>rr let «qiM< 
L for oi-ler .-url^r, f n h 


O.C. Hujihy I 

I.ONTVIV iReuler*' Re*ult« 
of gamr filavnl in 'he 

t'mi«"^d Kingdom Saturitay: 


014 Rf.i» ;• *> Tlisa.*. Mn4? 1 

R.. "Ur.. i N«r‘.fv«mi'’.'0 k 
A' U*r< 4 Mn*|i Ha'^uAI II 

**,r"4.-r- • Si«n*'ir :• 
s- f- f:.-- 
IVM'. 3 1« Rnt'a • 

■•••§'"» II *«f 4. 4S4 

ChrV.r- '4in J», ;• J 

C,E.'.i .. II C»>.|ll/ - 

K-f4 I Rr f|4«4’rr Q 
K*«« VftI* ]J W'.;:.,. * 

:> Unwiar • 

>l>»inntM- II Ua.'-haa.ar II 
I n r; - n. * 1 

I laar^Mi. 1] :a«>.>»» I 

Maa4'«t * Apnarih It 

firm 1 r |r. ... S»a^r .<«# ) 

«r-=C'" *: "»• '- t 
4 4 -r> I - 4 

e..r;, • 14 4..»r.,, «i . I 

a- >1 Pai.f;--. 

*■ a Mtk'nhaad f II 

a*4n-«> • •••'.-'-I * 

-tr-;...- 4 •« fi. 1: 

A'*' Inn4-.li |.I4^ 1 

U|*ti t1 W»*i " 4-.4 I 

n— • la 4i>». iMBiiinit' • 

< . 1 H-<, 

M n rr 41 «*ii Tot * 

H* fat II ‘--a a.>.‘*r4 IT 

Ri i.RT I r 41. ( r 


-u from the end ..me pii.h hy G- gc d:..v 

At Rc-m/, Si Nil f.ni MW of Ihe Roiton Red It xp)„ have p:../..,! halfM. 1. 4*rk 


Yanks Suiter Blow! 
As Mantle Injured | 

.\aw York Yanke*-* who have vvrnn hrnke ihe tug |jh' on 
i>ao*n ;;-->ng gre ‘ piuhing In left m haiiu.-' pr.v*„e 

ihcir laie drive for Ihe Annul It will p; .:-?hly ;-lriir. him 

■ 40 la*4giiA pem.4ut. whiih ha* for the we«>k left in the ^-he 
put ihem 4 game --'--j-J ..f diiie . . . 

I 'icveLiml Indi-. v.;!| have * « * 

< jll ‘..'.i the be 11 h which T.JON'-^ Al'ift BAt'E’' R'* 

h.s- l*ell»ed them • in the I. - i V tihiji: 

. 1, 4 . . . I*’''''’ ' dian liMift-.ok v-h:; • 

B.i Hm.-.. I;’ The Yank* V.id /i:;....it the Jhv a gn-at l.eip, H,- . i.i^n 

he \ .*r 1. and l4»ake <eiv,(e* of two te-f- ' for a t lirUiiaii who *i.ir;cd i, . 

'ed hi* field 1‘o.d. U“I'* got f^;v d.v.-. and mav i*e ,, , ,rr 

:-.vt p,i«f mi.l fiAlil with one jpjrd for a d.iv or IWU p4-<>ni 1 him f.iV "an i 

f/.v; left but a la*tdii.h punt .S»ior*‘-o,p PiuJ J'/ i'to vv»« unnounr..! ..-m of . 
u.m nf hnimd alM.m 3-t l.u nn ihe 1:-. .1 \e*leid,iy bv a i„ j. 


addl'd a third nirt in the *cvAnih . 

when Fred ll.itfleld came home |.^* I * /t a 

t *mgle* hy Torge*on and | iSniHif If 00(1 

K.»bne ^ 

The Yifikee* lake on the Re.I .ynglent had •utnie good fUh- 
•'•..X ' ;;::d3v and the Indian* tng al < owlchan bay 1-rlday 
again meet thPir Jmx, Ihe evening and yeMenlar mom 
Tiger* From then on both ct«n Ing, It w». reported yeiterday 


1* : 

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XI near. at 4i 

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Tiger* From then nn both ct«n Ing, It w». reported yeiterday 
t. . - will be on Ih# road die by Sfe«arl'« Aiitri Marine. 
Indian* going fii*t in Chlcagn In addition to a fine run of 
for two g.ime* and then to Da jarkBprlng«. there wa* a giiod 
troll for three to end the *ea ohowing of feeding npring 

*alnmn weighing up to 3& 
I iiA yaMk«‘e* mrivA t., W'a*h p«Mind* and a g«Mtd *hov*ing 
Ingtoii for three and then play of r*»ho In santiin SarrowA, 


their final four at Ho*tnn. not far from .S4‘|»arailun I'olnl. 

t lilt A(.f» sTWs M IN e; 'StripTeBM'p* and plug* 

f - -Igo While .Sox with noth f'*'' ‘he .pring*. 

I V- left hut f.lint hope, 'aved Anmng Ih'eie w ho *4 ored .v tih 
oiuig f'uir tun* In the bmktall fly* in Sanvin \ar 
row* were .Nrt Kolierl* aj>d 
, ^ partner, who l4Mik *li (■«>|iu4'« 

"" three ye»li-a 

X rlill I day. t.reen and widi# and 

bla^'k and while fly* were the 

If. I E»e*l 


Ladies Start 
l*lav Monday 
In ( lid) Meet 


VICTORIA COUGARS 

• 

SEASON TICKETS 
NOW ON SALE 

AT TIIK 

TICKUT Bl KE:AIT 
H17 Fort Sf. 2-2.S22 


Don Gr.itv, i^rmf-r lT.i.er=it> heimei ...l kd h.m un |,up-hio,on and .T.,u,e t.il Meer „n i Mondav for th. 
'•f \Ne*iern Ontario quarter . ..n*--‘---=:* but itiere I* a than..' utx’f i..,. h»ni M nna i r 

t.ark pr'.vr a =-.,h*tltufe he may plav today .l.4-k J.rh. h t ' * ' 

for JaiUie Parker kept n.,. of 1 p.v* ev c, Mu ke-. XUnMe. lead quarlertl k i^hlp 

• he g.,me w/h a th...at the leag.ie in home r... , AXfte.ted i.. wth Ihiw Mi 

^ . 1 t r iM-.wc'k •’ - K 

ftellv fired Ihfw t.-.u. ; ,.|owii ■ - 1 pei hap: I.-- rest .,f 'm- .. t..,i .. .u *' ” 

P.-V44. two to 0*rar K.ijger m wKh a P‘.lled 'b'ch *,„fdj ^ 

and one fo Ear! Lindlev a* the m.:-^ •?>. Jnc'ir«e<l white beattug i -- l. i i, t *i ic Mr* a a w**i# 

powerful K*k* proved too good out . hunt Friday WmnJg Blue h a* - 

for the Iniurv riddled Rider* And flr*fha*eman Bill Sko , , , h. . 


nie-'* 

Varlev VaI^cs Cemper; 7 
. Vt ins Slo('k (^ar Tille - 

v-'gne* 

N'lflona ilther Dtrk Varlev .ificr lanr.g whei-l lowheel fiu ' ' i-il 


I.. nave neifirt* k dark At lea*t 32 ladte* will he on 

lliil4hln*on ari.l M otie i.il Meer hand Mondav for the quallfylrg 
the WIET V..11-.ST li*i . . . round of the annual Victoria 
.la<'k .s*arbath former Emver- Golf Club women'* champion- 
••itv .'if Marvland quarterliaik ahlp. 

-1 -r. 1. AXr>e.ted iM with Dnw fol ... . 

fllMW.l Roogh Hid. . It..: Week " "A.. K u U**r»* atiA M'* 

He pl.TVC-d l.lsl sea«.nn Wjlh ‘*. ”--*''14.. n r H.iru «»4 Mrt t a 

WflShiriKt.m Fted«k . . Roddy •' a*’-*'. . . „ , . 

I a . ^ M 1C Urn B H *114 M'f t. 

la-ake. *far quarter!- ' i' uf the j pintm- 

Winnipeg Blue Bomber* hr . "v* * 

• 'l...ilne»i a i.i'cday fi. n;fi u.* u-ai* »n4 u-i j h 

me"' Mr a m.-.li. al examsi-..4i.-.n .r» u.. a a M..r.. .»* m-. j 

for 1. .S. Ai*u- *ervice ., : *4*»t44 

M ;• M'« w A n HU:«f ■■4 M 4 
"* I '- Xt KdtUO>l'.>n til 4 ■ ri : 

•!tv.“ oi/ii' II. f..r ■» ^ > 

examh. 'J uesdav u.. -. K M-.> i «aJ HIM J 

* * ♦ Ur« - I., 4 - M-. I I 

RANGKHS SR.'.- SKVF.N .m m-. a 

N'* V : Ranger \« .'-.Jdav - - 

vignH reven pUy. ; ; In " 

• , i.il c-.i.-rp ti- T.d -ejit It. -m *' * f* m . •«« ii-i j 


!V Urt K r*'-4'*.*l tn4 Uri 

Ai4r^..n 

,1 ;n U'4 r u.Ni* tn4 w** J 
- .»ep 

'MV u.' a A H*4P*4 *n4 u*. 

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M ;• M'« W A fV ■■4 

4 ■ ri : 

M.< J t) M - ar I U > 


DOMINION CHAMPIONSHIP 

MANN CUP FINAL 

LACROSSE 

MEMORIAL ARENA 

MONDAY-8,30 P,M. 

PETERBOROUGH VICTORII 

TRIILERMEN SHIMROCXS 

(F.aatAm f hamplona) (Weatem fhamplons) 

TIrketa for Neat Two f»*fneN Now on ."lalA 


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n I Nf*..'-.-.-! ». 

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*h-:‘k -ar cV.xmpmnihip la*t the .VMh *o the f-“ before • K*v Mlkilan Rot> KaheJ 

tiighf bv roaiifig iimlcr Ihe Varley «<»••■. over on the If.ih m*! < iirlj Melemhitk .*n' 

rhcf'. led flag a .ai length amt Jield l.;: margif; the ^ a^-,. ,d Farl 

ahead of VAletin f>ave fiMijier flni-h IngarficM. I.e* (olwlU. Rav 

in !::r 60 lap mam evenl at the c,-K.per later wa* awAMled a * **•' 'Marth.v w.--,' 

Mi.latream oval. Pup f, - hemg the top poit.i *'* ' ^ 


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At Arena Box Office 

VIOMEAV 

It a m. to 1 p m. 

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BtilItTs Mpfl lirsnpvs 


Cooper dr .ve fniin Ihe fir*i genet m competition during the 


of h.vkrv - Butler 


lap fj- the end of itie race *ea«on 
without the use of hi* brake* fo. in* 
The brake lining on <‘nnper'* Du k \ 


*ea«on Varies- received ,i up ** Klng*ton Meanev* of Ihe fir*t dis-i-.r. ]■ 

fo. me be*l appe. g ,at and - «'• * Vi.loria -nd Dlalrlet Football 

Di'k VNilloughhs'. pit crew go( R.ncter* h:£ve *lgned '-..je e,hlh,Hon mat.h at 


122 ;-4>i'iadron. an Rt'AF .^a machine gave out in Ihe fir*( the nod .1 the be*t appearing ' I re<l Hut4hin«mi for r»'\nnlda Road park thia mom.'.i 

e let NqiMdlon with i a;ia U - lap gj »he ‘ ' ‘' • ' at ID ID 

.r.. ha*ed air divi*ion. f'seniv vix <ara a'arled Ihe Re*u1>« nr.unced a w-.-king a^'-eemrnt A'l pla>er* are reque.ied to 

1 b*4* With < Inrlnnatl Kediega . 


ADMIS.SfO.N — .AI.I. SFATH KKSKKVFI) 
fi no Bl 2R and II .50 (Tax Inrl.J 
NO TKI.H’HONK OKOF.K.I, I'LK AHK 


HORSE RACING 


gave it up in Ijimonte Brook* 


L for ol'ler .-url^r, •■ .* n ha*ed air divixion. Tweniv vix <ara ataDed the 

would prefer to do thei«- -Mrliog wav formed nriginallv a* a flv main even* N'arlev t»»<k over 
In the alteimoori Thta leigu.< ing ho*i unit at Lough Kme the i.**.! at the iMh lap then 
will curl at 2 Tue«M}as* -^.J Ireland gave it up in Ijimonte Brook* 

Friday* and i* ojien to non- 

memEter* ■ - v.pU a*- mei.in:. | 1 * 

Vlurnhv lo Ulheiate 

leave hi* name with aecret.*- - * 

manager Fred .Madd-n aa v;on I * || I 111 i*A* 

r-„'“;7lv v .^rr."" In >liiior Koxia I lavolls 

mage eaie >e»lerdav afiei-nom •' 

and realized $1! ’ whivh Fulorful .Tf<* Muiplis, Oniar.n mij ria*h with Vancouver at 


joe Murphy lo OHieiate 
In Minor Boxia PlavoHs 


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Begisiration Tomorrow 
For \ ASC Swim ( Masses 




will be used ir the planned leferee currenil> officiating In 
new club room . . . Harvr-ylihe t'anadian lacro**e ch.im 


r.'Wirful .Tf<> Muiplis, OniatiO wii| ria*h with Vancouver at 
feree currenil> officlaiing In ^ 

d .■.4..ri.»n Jackie -^howr : who will l>e 


H-idge. well-known Duncar. p,on*hip aerie* between Victoria 

curler, took a Job with Ih.* * n ^ vemle allaiara, won the juven ^ 

Clyde Beatty r;.-.-.;.; when jj ' -Shamrotk* and Peterborough tie •R ' individual ac.irinr cham A».,»4ta, «• ia« a*>M*r t,w,* 
.pp-.rt.d ,n r>u,...n .nd ma. •P'"' pinn.hip .rnnrdlng .n fijur-. I.'ri*";" s! 

be among the mi**tn- ihi* curl handle both Hnti.xh Columbia rtleaxiM ye*ierday by league r' 4 .m* 

ing .seaaon . , Ihe new aenloi minor }arr<>**e rhampionahip luperviaor Jim lleatheringion iv4Tii,hi t.m>- 

*'A' league, which will curl | lt*-Tie* TueaHav night at Me- Shower* *eored the league* tooat 

Sunday morning* at lO, aiH morlal Arena high of 49 goal* and adde*l 10 w r.'* “ « 

likely attract a* mativ 16 Virtorta'* Juvenile ‘R" repre ***l*t« for 'W pvun»a In U game* ’*• 

rlnka. It a meant for honapicl *entanve team playink undei Rob HarrU a teammate of #>• ^^Tonotao* 

■ nd RDtiah ('onsol* rink*, gtv. the color* of Siraiheona Cafe Shower*. «** aemnd with 14 rt iaiiat 

Ing them a chanr# to play to wtlj meet New We*tmlnBter In goal* and 22 a*«i*tii. folkiwed n 

gether agalnat what I* preaum a tudden-death eontett for the by Al Max ton .13 fwvint* Jackie * ■*««* kwrk i,m 

•hly the toughMt comptUUon provincial UtJe at 9 pm. The Wllaon. 32 piunt*. and Ttxm Col- 

the dub c*n oWer . . • peo wee repreeentativ** teem lett, 30 points. I 


at the Crvxial Garden. 


W ymM The Vi. toria Amateur --wim uu* rr-.-.^lng in*iru''**on from 

mmg I'liib* leain.|o*wim cam ~ ' pm. The romftefitlve 

r ^ A|\ :--mdj-. afternoorw from 1 lo 2 

night when regi*iraiion for 

* ^ begi.mer* - well more ey Tr.pallan will handle 

j.prrlen.-ed *p' - ‘ --r' lake* p:..-- o^mpemiv- rla.-*e* while 
iVu ** 'he Crvxial Garden. Murphx la in iharge of the 

iiMi f«r iMhtvi mm4 kaaMA, tap Although regi*t fBi loH of f 1 . 14 i beginner ; . ~<^e« fof girl* and 
L'it* V..m* Iv -Uri^ned U«t M^ndav onK 4n Arnrdd R*;!-:. will coach the 

n«TU,hi T.«>* \oung*ter* Mirnerl up ar.d .if b^iv,. 

Tonar jj hoping fiu a Urge An a'tempt will he made this 

u 4T U4 '» :‘'endan<e tomorrow ♦'-..t.t vp the .---Tjiei|. 

“ ’**To»*ntao»* * *** I-»*t \ ear more than riO xoiing rlaxves The VA.s* will 

>• It* t«A 4ter* look advantage of the ac <pon*or two a. hool gala* with 

,j ,,, TnaoAT ,,v^ program offered by live the xe-.j/.r high achnol gala 

M4I..4 M’4i,,r Harna^ kaitia, tw u VA-SC ai hedule't 73iur«day. Oct 30 

k>,4k i,M Xh^ beg. oner* - will be --.i the hjnior gala for gradea 

■ -JMU,* , .J .Nbmday nlfiln.- from *even. eight and nine *ifted for 
^ €J0 to 7J0 pm with the Jun Thuraday. Ort 27. | 


Tonar ji hoping fiu a Urge 

M4'«r M »r U4 '» ;''endance tomorrow 

’**To»*ntao»* * *** I-»*t \ ear more than riO xoiing 

It* t«A <ner* look advantage of the ac 

iM J J, live program offered by the 


Kl-m KNS TO VKTXEKIA AT 

SANDOWN PARK, SIDNEY 

C'ommenring Hrptemhrr 24-^'ontinue« to 
October 10 

14 DAYS— RUNNING RAGES 

Rata Or Rhine 
PoM Time: Z.M P M. 

Apecisl Asle of Hesaon Ticket*— Number Htrictly 
Umitefi— Tfti Isrhided — Two Aesson TVketo— 

Hold In Psin Only — Ijuty and Gentleman 

$10. (HI 

Apply— lairy Wagner'* NewMtand. IS?* tVivgla* «!., 
Sklorta, nr (o f otwond Parh Aaanriatinfi IJnd t n* 
I*}— AJA Weoi Onrgta Bi,, Va«c«iiver, B.< . 






Oallll doloittflt ViflorU. I.Cn 8 m . S*^t 18. IfSS 9 


.^.CATHAPlKtS 


5 T<^?Cf 

i)HAM?OCVC 

FORWARQ 


the .second qtitrirr bui .SimpMm 
■* r«me up wiih hi* third <alch 
J lesi than t\ko minute* laier and 
1 A\aui«i Stone plunged over from 
(he four. 

'■ Don J'jnhey got IJie 'ourih 


WATCMir^G 

I BCAP5HAV/./' 


kicked on third down. 

\av\ w.«- rouged on the pUy 
hut nff|.|8l« <j|lled the play 
tta<-k for holding and Navy took 
....-f i»n ill own 41 to end the 

Tiial.r-s l.ist \eir « Irnffue rhani' 
pif>n< and fa\ In rroeaf aeon s|^ICT \^hl| 

«ea<u>n led Vfl K.«inc into 'he 

final quarter hut a fine pa«s pin. quarter of the game 

hv eK-r>rake quariprha.’W Arrhie Ba\ The Drakes 

lj»ni:»ion mi*fwa> m the Im( peri'*d a Navy kirk and got 

lied the *mre. threeyarjl stripe 

By MflJ, riKlM>l.h.V for treatment of i.v» font hliMer^ fjingBion who did the signal the defenre stiffened to 

~ Harvie arvf snngtmf. ralou*ed hamls then calling for Oak Bay in the league f*"* «h« threat. The Tart 

VSards nine 'year quest for the rnumed in the aftemnnn to make opener shared the quarter dot with oser there and were 

Sjifmnal Amateur Golf Champion- a aiirring. but fulUe. run lor ii. Jf»e Humesty %esterriav and '»v pr«mptly trapped behind their 
*hip eMed in surceas Safunlay down at the l?hh. new field general prove^l t val'iable line for a safely touch to 

when the young North Carolinian. aftcrwion. and addition to the Saw squad. f^-tk Ba\ a 2-0 margin, 

war then, while wiiiers were searching N.aw'* one «^'iinn>’ play ranie Karly In the second period, a 

uiM *Ti°rwi^**** m * o reivird hooks for reconi one after a rouchinc penalty had apar- l-ang«ton pa** ua« lnleri*epfed 

william M>ntiman *» » "nd R. defeat., rolled m a 75-fo.it entlv milhficd ihe best N.a*.v rhan > »ci up the Drak-' last point* 

m one of the worst shellarklngs m py,, . r,,,, hall run hack to the 


LOU KVS.SFROW 
. . . si'ores twice 


PEE WEf'WAS MUSTUD 
M»S V/Ay INTO THF HfARTS 
OF VICTORIA rAtSlS 


Bra'tfc'iaw who t'et* 
and better has ike s.vr.r 
lier of -T.-.i'a , : llici.Mrt '-d ho 
one le«* a**ist wk.le D<'bbif 
w.ho haa M'oied t“- a. * *f? it 

earh of tne ti.ree g.arr-f-s, ha 

•line p'CfMs 

Ati !...■* Brc.*.*. vi-- - rir\« • i; 


Sidney. B.r. 

riflsdia I>Iib 4 


Phone 2H.1 

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indreivs 

Top 

Shooter 


: * .d Nip I'llteairi «•! 

'■‘c Ro- ; .nv! Jl.atra \STpper ar .l 
fully Mason of ipe Pe'e* aii 
hive seven p-*in'* Ojfeam U 
the Ir !i: ijj p|.i . ;:„: -.cr. all h< 

I.. ing a«;,isis 

TlIKt K OK KOI U 

flenrdv J»ihn-*i.>n, who h.»s 
bfvn brilliuni in ihe last Iw., 
game* show*, a r ’'er go.il 
k^'plng aver.ige than M«-*nn 
VVootton, Petei borough's %'.ii 
Johnstun bn* stoppoil exaiiiv 
three-quarters of ijp nhfit^ 
tosved at him for a T.'i average 
while Wooiion has a ,73 per 
rentage. 

Shamrocks* big line of 
fensively has been ihe Brad 
haw-Dobhie Amie l->rgu>;'>n 
comhinaiion, which h-- ar 
counted for 16 goals Seversfin. 

Browning and I.arrv fl/voih are 
not far behind with 12 while 
Ihe third line has six goals. 

Victoria defenceman have 
scored only two goals but have 
been a big help offensively byi 
getting 1^ assists, counting one 
for Johnston. 

Team siorlng slaiiatirs. after 
three game*, follow; 

•MsWBOt as 

S BI ... "f 'J HI NOAKV UINS 

2rB*n.4. V ?! t i J ! I.AU.'4 ANN K. 55w|irerl«nd 

rrM*'""* 1 n I j 7 • '•’R' Hungary defeated 

s..;"®'" I jJ ? j I * '''f'crland 5 1 In Inlet national 

1 'i I j * * ‘o< . er game .Satunlay at Olym 
K«mt->'4 ) 4 1 1 4 • ptc siadium. 


taonn with a biiMiait eOiibit..,n - f" 

•f precision golf which w.mM hv.c ^ K. started 1 

done jijsti.e to Ihe hrsi of ihe pr... ’^e * hoe ffOJ 

I- e uf ii« own varied Thiee weeks of compemi.in In Me had only one U-jjc. live ^ O r ■? k *■ s g-i-id lif 

L'‘v ku^.c-r.-MV s. ored two ‘he VVeiler Regan shoot ended bird.e* imd a Veleniir** Miiitg of huge holes m the Navy ri' 

llnmilton touchdowns and Mai •»l Heals Range >e«ier.lay an'l “ 

a lelaiive newcomer to shoot- 
ing walked away with lop 
honors. 

AB George (* Andrews of Ihe 
rnnathan Navy who ha* b4*en 
vhoting for only two year*, 
chalked] up an aggregate mark 
•■•f 276 In edge nut the veteran 
mark*man. ‘ygf. Frank Dryi 
<Ule. who compiled 27.3 ptiini* 

Third place in the aggregate 
.•ompetiilon went lo Ron .Me 
•-ledy with 272. 

The shoot was held In three 
stages, nrst was from 200, 5>on 
and 600 yards; the se<wnd stage 
wax fired from the 300. 500 and 
600 yard mnunda. and the third 
stage from distances of 900 end 
1,000 yards. 

Gerry Valleau captured first- 
*tage honors with 99x100 
Frank 5(orse won the second 
stage with 91x100 and Dave 
Me. i-edy was lops In the third 
stage with H7xl00 CPO Bert 
Botten was high tyro mark.s 
man with a 261 aggregate while 
.Major Andy Green was green- 
‘^ot champion with an tggre 
gale uf 24,1. 


LESLIE STEWART 
De Luxe Barber Shop 


#rr trnm (v.#n‘ tCaru Hr ai ' 

f»1 -' • f "i. n» «j‘ rn* bM lllirnfi.. 

a *1 « Bill »• oprn Srpi i»(n 


Here Is the official bowling Shirt 
with action back and featuring — 

• 4 .liar 

• Xra*aO*aal aiat-Elp” aa Maa 
Sark 

• Salit la “Catr Caokara* 

S eaarll Thra rarhal Has 

• riaalini «S-aM*f 

• ( am^rlfl* Haahabla 

• la NfSi blar. ala*. Sark biaa ar 

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Ollier Biiwlinc Shirts, 
all shades. 

' 4 "" * 6 ”' 


Have It BAKE Enamelled 
for LESS at National! 


Talal* 

etTiaanaocott 

HiM*sraA« 


Peterborough * Ike 
brand lead* *ene* <cori 
eight g«»ai* and ''iree 
hu' ha* done Ini.e since his nTror 
seven g-'sl splurge m Ihe first Ju*^ 

c.Vii?; 

rie*.-.:ng him cloaelv are tw.. 

fir*' vear ^<bam^o^k* I'ee Wee 

Biadxhaw and RoH Oohhie. .. 


0**aa r antf » aKbkfd* 
Waiian k UarXt* 

k ai*nar4( 
a a-.-h«rei 
- Ma'Kar * • 


MKN S SHOP 
7M VATKS .ST. 3-M02 


IC|*|I|^|'S Jncngv »v. Irvf; wirkeis at 

lAI III 4^ II |/| |\|.l ^ Wind^u tw' Ko r r * meet Oak 

M.c, *r>.j All o< play Albino* in 

• ■ j ■ • - ..1 l'o*l ifi.*:. , nest weekend 

m l Iwltf^r itllAgaf M'Kenclue and At Grifho 

t. IvSlI. I ITliLl lit Five r* inning 

ami v 'M'inlr.t f 122 of the run* 
Titn- II . I'nlike ii*e |.e Mnns Hi*a*ier in Mi K* n i .lO *i|i H nm. ud tJt if 

in the t l.icr Fmih'e Inst .tunc when *2 perann* f'n hnfirri nii :.in* 
i-ta »-nr la.e hi-m> •■illc.l hv pic.-e* of x disin- B«*b M-.ff.o* w is ll»e onjv Tywi 

\ In flaming lectnim*; lacer, none of the spn- rban hai.m.m i-i *olie iije dc*.{;, 

' I'-i!" lodav at H'lnmnd r»n uit Kwr r* tvi’-iSing ‘ oiing H nin* 
m* were 1im "S'* injureil. .Jin, Riihaid* topped the howlers 

and Richard M/unwsring Io«* h. %fe v.eral **'' claiming eight wickeii for 71 
hiHir* l.iier in it.e a i'r^.ie race nin* 

Imith. •.*« |.M - -C, thr- I.;t: -.=.1 H riVF _ 

;ht-car pilmp ionise iji* machine ovetiumed a nrutm * a*4 b M>ina :» 

oeaked engine sod hurst into flam. - * .’,7 - ?? 

f Masers’ b.g yhe race w** held orv a V. nule ^ 5?;;?.'^! 'IL "T**”' * 

etiert over Ihe „f pxtemen* which during c euis a vcf<* a 

if Sfinm «hich Ih« e*' -ai . 1 


Home Appliances^ Too 


Free parking Ai row Ihe Htreet 
St Inland t' Drive 


T.lli- iim* itf uie Victona and 
Di 'rnt Kontball l.eagi)e will 
hold a pr.4-'tiie at Hevwood 
Avenue p.i*;. ind-iv at 2.in pm 
for all la«i ve.i." ■- plaver* and 
o'her* interexieil 


VANCOrVKR ifpi Dimitri 
a fi\e>ear-o»d bay geldln,f. 
romped off with the $2,000 tea 
lured seventh rai'e by iwe 
length* at Kxhibition paik Sat 
urdav 

The winner, ridden by Jose 
T.ongotia. fisid $6 It). $190 and 
1.1W1 The home, by Beau 
Tighter out of Dimlirotila. U 
owned hv Mr and Mr* K far 
son and wa* Iralned h> Tom 
Fenton 


MOTOROLA 
CAR RADIO 


Oiatom fnatalled 
Tompieta with Aerial 


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r.A^Y TrRMA • niADF. INS 

KING TV 

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jackets 


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Huskies Stan Matthews Gets W 


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^ j rpmairwHl unljrAlrn m Knclukh t-en- 

^ SU«* First Du isHVi rr S^tupriA.s 

i onp r.f ^‘y P'lRing Wolverhampton UdfKirr- 
Murvived «rs 2-1 to Hlay in first plaie. 
Mshurgh. Ri«M wing Sian Matthews 


Arkan'ias, 


W««|«ra J. CoirhfMvr 


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IRInH I I 4(.t I 4 til I < r 


IT WILL PAY YOU 


Ban '• 4 Mantlitui T I. 
Bradford 8. Bewiitport 3 
Carlitla U 3 Dartincion 0 
Ctipaitr J Arcfibtiao 8 \ 
Criaaiaititid 3 Werkmiioa t. 
Craac Alta I Rradtoid C 4 
D«rDy C 3. aruntherpa V 3 
nrim«b|r T 3 Oaitahaaa i 
HariUpoola O 3 Halltai T 1 
Rorhdaia |. Tranoirr* R 1 
Biockport C 4. Wr»tnam I 
York City 3 Oldham a • 

8<OT1l«H ItM.ir 
DnlMan 4 

A.-dri-'iT.an* 4 ^a ».•. 3 
C'li't ] 8<tiiint A 0 

f'lxl* I Hii-rin an 3 

[iiil>d«» t IV^nlfrni’ na A t 

ra«T nr» 1 Kiln a'nn. a i 
Q-.»en of 8 • Ranh R ■ 


imprPSMVp triumphs Saturday 
In L'.S. njJlege lootbair* open- 
ing games. 

Tabbed as a 19pmnt favorite 
, by the experts. Maryland st ored 
I two early touchdowns against 
Missouri and then had to hang 
on gamely In posting a 1312 
ui'ioiy tn-fore IHiAXi fans at 
Columbia Mo. 

A IM vjiiii pi , 111 rviuin 
quu'k thinking i’au; |i<*tcniR*rr.\ 
in the first jien<»d hcl|>ed larry 
Oorgia Tech to a M h victory 
over Miami in Uieir nationally- 
televised game at Atlanta, (Ja. 
Rnienberry's inurhdown 


scored Blackpool’s other goal while 
Johnny llaneucks booti'd through 
the Wolves’ lone tally. 
SiH-ondplace Oiarlton 


• as if has paid thmisand.s 
»nf uiiiers to learn lo speak 
leffeclively. to sell jourself. 
>our Ideas your merchan- 
dise, to add to \our power 
of favoiably influencing 
others; and to become a 
goiMt chairman and gmup 
tt'.Tder 

IMFKIKOKK — Join the 
niodt-rn. hlreainhiuHi Inter- 
nattiinal ln4.liiule ( oiirM— 
t* faMHoallng weeks — .35 
session**. Tlie best, nuvst 
|H)|mlar. and most up to- 
date training >nu ran pur- 
chase at anv prli-e. but 
cycling nnlv f.39. less M 
4-ash discount. Iniesl In 
> ourself •— reap dally dlvt- 
denris in perwuialltv deieh 
ojimenl. rstnfldeni'e and 
p«>|se. ( lashea now organ- 
trlng. < all. write or tele- 
phone a.MlflO nr 3 IA?I. 


Athletic 

kppt tipot nUboush losing a 
4-1 battle to .Newcastle Cnile<l. It 
was Charlton* fii 
NrwCHslIe renin- f 
Milhiirn <-mine*'iisl 
with Ins third i;*)al 
• Ukl nmmlp of the 
Sunderland 
pla«-e wilh a 14] 

W anderers Manchi-sler United 
climbed into fourth spot hv down- 
was Preston .North Knd 3-2. 
set up when Miami punted to KDAV’s Kf>l I.ts 

Tech’a Ken Owen, who was hit *aoM*H lesniK 

by a hurricane player' while . Pwiv*. i 

aignaling for a fair catch. When Buminiaam e *Lutinn**Tosfl • 
the hall bounced loose. Roten- I wi.it»fnttnpi»fv w i. 

. 1 J ■ Rouno W 8. RunAfrisna ] 

berry picked It up and went all 3 anrturia p j 

the wav rh»l»»» #. Akiim vnm e 

IvrMrtB 3 Tafirnbsm H t 

Bb. AH.S I Os I-- T J M»n. c 1 

i>r..sivs l.SASr. M.nrh».(#r O 3 er».ti>6 Rf 3 

Pittsburgh presented new wr'Vo»;.ta ? ‘ 


'I awuy loss 
•rward Ja.kic 
three times, 
coming ,n ihr 
game. 

rnmed into ihinl 
«m ou-r Bolton 


prt.i |>on*A 


No. 24.Vi R C A F. Auxiliarv Sooadron here In Victoria 
require* leiecfimmunicationa officers for part time em- 
ployment. iTwo evenings weekly) Applicants must 
be medically fit between 19 and 39. either married nr 
single, and hold a ilegree In either eln iro al engineering, 
engineering ph>HifK. eleciifinics and engineering or 
honors maihematn s and physHs An e\ nffic-er of the 
R.C A F RA.F, or anv other I'ommnnwealfh Air 
force who has had prevuius service m the tejei-iim- 
munleations branch may he ronsideied regaidiess of 
educational qualification*. CommiSMoned rank is 
offered. For further details afipK ; 

K.r..\.K. InforniHtion Centre, 

1315 Government Street, 

Phone 3 -fW‘^H or ,3 « 3 . 34 . 


THKRK IS STII.I, TIMK 

t" phone In a re>er\aiion for the 

FREE DEMONSTRATION 

McEwen’s Reslaurwnt. Monday. Sepl. 19. at (I p m 
Dinner 11.25 — No Obligation to Join 
ear all about the course and what It has done for 
others Meet members of Hass No. 19 

rr wii.L p.w voc to iw estigatf 

Rl>r>r*nr*4 kT Jjfltwr ChsfflMr »r CWmm*rf« 


Arriving in Vidoiia yp.storday with hi.H family uas 
Allan L4»slio •'Skip” Teal, now member of the ViVloria 
Cougar.s. TchI, a siorky lT5-poun<1 renlreman, is 
only two Rea?*oa«i out of junior ranks, where he pJayetl 
on a Memoiia! Cup winning lenm with Barne Flyers. 
He has pla.ved the la.vt two seasons with Hershey 
Bears. American Hcx key l^^aRue farm club of the 
Boston Bruins, and is expected to be a big help for 
the Cougars this season. He will report al the Cougar 
training ramp in Seattle Wednesda.v. He i.s .shown 
above with his wife, Gloria, and four-year-old Glen. 


XEW 


\ J RCIfir l ORSI { onfcrcnn* op4»ncr 
The Hu.skie* failed 
lo impress as they set a new 
conference record by committ- 
ing II fumbles. 

Saturday's re.sulis: 

eiliibvrin 31. CAlifnrn % T 
RAoAr lalknA |3. N*>r>h»ttirri» II 
0•^r4l» T»th 14 Miami 8 
Waka P«r*il II Vir|inia T»r)i 8 
Tulin* 30 VMI T 
Plnnrta 30 M>m Rial* 14 
)(a*aii 8, N*era«ka 0 
Wyomin* 38 Kinaa* Rial* }A 
MarvlaitA 13 Mitanuri 13 
Onvft 18 |n»a Ruit 1 
Atka>-i<a< 31. Tulaa a 
Wl*Mn*<on 14 I4ah8 1 
etantam 13 ro'i*«» at Pariiic 14 

anuthrrn CiltforBia M W'aahintintt 
Riat* 13 

Oaafim a'a>* 33 Bnanan Ymmt 8 

UW«ia 4 lppi 38 n*flr|1« )) I 

tat] 18 Kfniura* 1 j 

eiMiAa ati>* 1. Nnrilt Carnlma * •’• A { 


now 


Victoria ('ougars. who open 
their training ses.slons next 
Thursday at Seattle, yeaterday 
announced ihe sale of rwo play- 
er* and rer-eived word from the 
New York Rangers that four 
player* were being sent for a 
look. 

.Sold to the new Three Rivers 
entry were wingers Alex Ku/.ma 
and Dave W’alL Kuzma was a 
club regular for the past two 
aea.sons. He S4-nred 21 goal* and 
2 h a.ssjata In .16 games in the 
1953.'V4 season and la.sl season 
had 20 goals and 32 assists In 
70 gsmes. 

''all. purchased from Seafile 
at the start of last season, saw 
action In 16 games and picked 
up two assists before being sent 
to Ihe Okanagan Hockey 
League. 

WANTS TO STAY 

Kuzma wired general man- 
ager Fred Hutchinson yester- 
day that he did not wish to re- 
port to Three Rivers and that 
he wanted lo stay in the Wes 
tern IPR-key I.,esgue. 

Htiiihinson said that Kuzma 
Would he given the privilege of 
making a »!eal for himself In 
Ihe W'HL but that If he muldn't 
sign on w-Uh a club that he 
would be suspended If he failed 
to report lo Three Rivers. 

Rangers, who owe the r«u- 
gars two arrepiahle players in 
Ihe deal whlrh gave Andy 
Hehenton a NHI* chance. In- 
formed Hutchinson that (hey 
were sending two forward* and 
two defencemen lo the Tougar 
training camp for a look. 

Names of the four plavers 
were not disclosed and all that 
was released about them ws* 
that two are from the .Sa*- ' 
Katrhewan .Tumor Hockey 
League and that two plaved In 
(he Okanagan Ho«key I.eague 
Iasi season 

It was also announced yes-» 
terdsy (hat Boaion Rrinn* were 
sending the first three of their ' 


young players to the Cougar 
(amp. Kn route to Seattle are 
forwards Reg Slra-ssep and Reg 


Belliveau. who played for Hum 
boldt of the Sa.skatrhewan Jun- 
ior league last .reason, and 
(’hine.se • defenceman Danny 
Wong, who was with the Re- 
gina Pats last season. 

Boston general manager Lynn 
Patrick told Hulchln*'»n that 
four more player* would be 
sent along some time later in 
the week. 

Playingcosi h Kddie OI«.on 
•eft .St. Louis by rar ye.*lerriay 
and expert* i» arrive In .Neaide 
by Wednesday, reporting dale. 

He should be gri*eied by at 
least II players and the Cou- 
gars will probably have about 
2.1 from which to pick a team 
w'iihin a week. 

MA( AIT.KV SIGNS 

Reporting from ls«t season's 
club are goalie .Marcel Pelletier. 
defenceman Rill Davidson and * 

forwards Doug Macaulev, * e»«p. 

whose signing was also nffl- J 

dally announced ye«ierday, at/«*t 

Wayne Bnmn. Colin Kilburn 


L<Kk* 


The Most Water-resistant 
Garment on the Market! 


JOINS OLSON 
MOTORS STAFF 


in thin ronuortahlr rainprtHif 
(..arilxiu thr jarkrt and pania 
that keep you thomiifthly Utne-dry 
and warm, yet allow plenty of 
freedom for action. .Made 


■September 30 game against 
Penticton Vs. world hockey 
champions, at Nfemonal Arena 


I on ers net urns 

As HI. Keferce 

5F.ATn.E fAPi-Edrtle Power*, 
a five aeaton veteran, will be the 
only regular WeMem Hockey Ij-b-. 
fiie referee relunung to Wlft. riu^y' 


thi* session 

1-esgue headquarteni snnnuncrd 
Rsluola.v (he three new nlftctslR to 
work with fVwers will be .foaeno 
•Johns of Tarofna, wtio worked a 
few garnet late last wwison. Blair 
Petert, who worked In the Okana- 
gan Uague last year and Dalirni 
McArthur, who moved to Vaiwvwi- 
Ver from Toronto la.it winter and 
refereed the final* In the Okan*i 
tan playoffs. McArthur, at 24 , it 
the youngest of the group. 


ciclupiifly from fabric lahoraton* 


t^wlcd and prmcn the moRt 


KRI.ING OIAON 

Ol*on Motrin announce the 
appointment of Krling H Olson 
to (heir sales staff. 

Krling has been a resident of 
Victoria, since 1933 and fullyi 


((.hoarn by the I ,S. (eovrrnment for 


AOl LI. Bi; MORF. C;OMFORTARl.P; in 

the Canhnii ''Br>ne-I>TT.” shmilder 
seam* where water ran penetrate. Rust> 
pr,N.f. copper. coated snap billion*. 
Rubberised flciiblc lining stop* moisture 
and resists wind, brnarl. rainproof green 
fabric giic* etira-iong wear. 


aelrrted to 


meet B,C. weather condithma. 


, understands all pha.*e« of new 
and used cars Hi* eleven years 
of aulnmoitve etperienre make* 
him a valuable member of 
Olson's staff Hr hav hern 
active in the Ma*onlc Order and 
a charter member and past 
S48«retary of Victoria Gireh 
Temple Shrine Club, tie U a 
'(ubLieur. instnirtor. Canadian 
Navy League Cadetw 
Drop In and *ee Filing to- 
morrow and let him show you 
OUon’i fjf>e t aed Car*. 


^aler mil* off — wnn*t penetrate, 
^ otj re alwavg comfortable no 


UH*0** 


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Balia (XfUiiiiit. t c 

Wpt It. \9ii 


Craham Gmverts Toronto the Cood 


VANCOrVKR ICI*) - AMor wniild h© complote by 
nf\-Gc»neral lionnpr said Friday The sMomey penprai relent'd 
nit;hi K.L'.’b {H'nal admlnUtra- to 4 U^tO report shott ed 

turns tvUhout adequate la. ildies there has been no ehanjje In 
ttnuM bo. and are. like ■ 1-iberace B.C s {tonal s>?vtcm In ... .18 
w. ;..)ut tiis pla’-. nuthiMK '■ ye.ii',” 

In an addr’ to the I'l- After llstinc the i.’ovemmoid » 

Fry Siineiy. Mr Jlrmnor -tiid arhlovenn’"*- to ren’**<^ the 
that while faciUttes are ij-d ads'- sliuath'ti. Mr. Itonner saul th.if 
<|u:ite at the reseju umo the> only wnli the •• .^r fariMtlOh 


He ostimatod the ckpanJin); *'fuU talents" to boar un Uie 
and Improving of Ucihtlei pr«iblom of rehabilitation. 


)tst wei>k that it would bu much ,;'>verttrnent tuntiuls. 
liottiT for t’anada to have ii.< \^(>|{| i> TKibl TK 
, I , liar .1 !>l ,-nlj in ini.tllon ^ 

1" I ■“ n»n rl,hl. and tha atranKth ot 

<,...isna, ,v.mn .|nnl.l. while ohlectlonahle 

f'” H-nn'"-" -O ,™e re, per. » U Ihe 

..... n,cr. the laiar exp... l.i . ,„u„,rj., 

«>f t oliimbi.i « t.tw and _ 

. . , . oi onomN 

)’ i'.iji o >.i|e<l ii'SKufir* W'Mil'l 

(|..,ti- Inse .. Tt^r fi. .. iradina m.KOh 

T 'i would in.reft.e h,.- mnrk*‘t and j< an 

{..oiu on iheir ct--. f ...irt '"PP'v and 

i' ! to jioi .fill. l*«|>fr .’Hid 

ii.li.inj! mav-n.t'os wuuJd fiu.w ranad.an Rovernment 

Id'ij- than eiur. wan's to tmid down Its dollar 

tOsT HK.IIMC '* niher methods than hy 

. * , pecifinp. SiKh a one ts to 

lUlMirhilunKs as newsprint. „p „„ 

r>‘id'. i'^d 7tne and c'opper in raw m.sterials and to insist upon 
s e.d of being chear«‘r In ^ 

f a uSx than In Ihe I ..S. would ^ 1 ,,^ i,„p 

s ulilenlv I 'lsf niore to the dn * * * 

A a 'larce \*erre. I uTe , ^ HM.I’S BAl KU AKI> AKKAS 
/ rf..| I lit- and oiliei liou'ido/iil * pi^-p' - .^} of the lni.'r.'’.a 
i .-oim: ,ir.‘ II*"*' morilng In 

< V M.» fr-.m the I niiod I-tanhul ta«t week to f-irm an 

ftio prlre of Hieso. too, would fi-.^n-e eorpor- 

y » > .11 lea.' lu per lom "’<*> pio\e i ’t'ep of high 

Jf nf >'Miir«e. help '<» worldwide •-!};?•, ifii a'li e 

j..(' !• ,,f „ur hr.iOf mnnufai Ttie riow <*or|Hif«tinn Is lo 

» irers hafk on the market, hut proMtle a flow of <4(>ital into 
1' would merely he another ‘.vi-rdiV i.-.|e pr.i|«-c' which 

f >Tfn of lanff and rri ihe end '■"ild not otherwise be obtained 
\*'iv liffle w.iiild he pi.-w..il on on rri'Mnahlo term" It will 
!■ 'fie t-onsunicf .’v’. ifj. ;.iii-, turn its aiien'i'>n 

fat < I ST IMM I.AK rcttolrement of undevel 

T'e !)Ocent doll.ir wv.i.M not '«'• -■'''’•rd arras 

li.f; u«!i I- M- •• Tp- TaHon Wilt hft\e an 

we«i..iv p,iv*hr.k. and wnjsi* rapital r.f 

wh.rMf- c.naita iriedlomake ^ '■ ‘-*“■"'’1 v- •' P'o Ment 

the .ime number r.f dollar. B-’"k fx 

= . .1 III lot.. .-.I •f’** pnibif-m will 


K. Aiii 4‘»( & r<» 

llwoAeai t ttubli$he<l i 809 


tfem/wr* 

Toronto SpM-k I srljangr 
Montreal l.xelurier 

Umal I rust BuiUl»«i: ol \ irv* '*ifr^t, V e Ion*, 
*i rli‘nli‘Hi<: 11 T 1 


Ready lo begin his Greater Toronto 
evangelistic crusade, Billy Gnihnm, 
evangelist extraordinary, Is greelod at 
Toronto by Rev. DougIa.s Pert'y. left, 
co-chairman of the cru.sade, anil Dr, 
K. C. Hunter of Trinity United church. 
Invited to Toronto at the request of 


more than 5i.i0 churches, to embark 
Ufton hi.s :i7lh crusade ngainst sin. the 
linpii.st minislor from North Carolina 
said. “I want to i:et all Ontario discti^..- 
ing religion.” — ICVntral Cana- 

dian 1 


Cnnndmn (lovrmment, Mimicipnl 
and C'orporatiuu Securities 


The rourtrooni I’aradc 


612 l iVii Str<w* 

1 Vmtm. B.C. 

ieiepKon* 2-4761. 


M’ood, Gundy Se Company 


r Jail Alternative 
InifHi ired Motorist 


RrslNR.SS IN RKIKF 
.Slock of Molybdenum Corpo- 
ration of America U to be split 
iwofor.one and authorized cap- 
ital Increased from 750.000 to 
2 500.000 shares 
Thu week's sale of treasury 
biMs gave a yield of 1.78 per 
'•ent on the 840 000.000 thret* 
months bills and of 2 03 per 
cent on the $15,000,000 nine 
months blits. 

IntematlonoJ Paper has au. 
thorized the spending of an 
additional SIK.000.000 on its new 
„„„. mill at Mobile Alla. When com 

ei-nmw.t ln'erf.”re^ ir.-;:innd.nis lmi>riii« whi h plctwl the extension will have 

ru-;.„ fhii 4T,n.nd.x wi- .m $^.000,000 

.:r.nr 

r M,. ,. .. throughput figur*- .d ih,-»i nMt<»h|.‘ 

I Ml- Ik'nneM means that .-inirr 

Id hke to see the Cans k s’ jahn«r..n pifxid-nf nf l„. 
l-it It 90 rervs UTpr.iymrlst hs^ vt the dmly July 

|| wni.ld he even wm^ ihr.i.i;rh*sj' s' r.x 000 hnrreh a day 
\e sr,.n Ml wheal -md ..f -*hl. h 17 . "mM. .rr.>l« w,..s picked 
maikriing the horrible up in the Fdmenl'>n sres 


MONEY TO LOAN 


charge t*hu-ti we menial \ehicle wnh^-at being 


W» hi*a U>a «in»«nt« •*»U*bl« llr 1(1 M*rtr*r** 

flOOU 91600 91bOO — f:£500 9.1000 

93600 — 94000 ~ 96000 ~ 910.000 
vuiaaxT a.tiik u» (Mioinr - ku uluiv 
at ti lusu t4)«>s roN«ii>raio 


Campbell, Gordon Head, when saw him stopping ^.iple on h ence, Lo 
he pleaded guilty In city police Ivtugl street and a>kmg them Norm 
court yesterday to a charge of "Can >ou sp^ire ....me tn<ii‘.-v fur . i.t.v 

Impaired driving. an old soldier'* ’ 

Campbell was reported by Pru^-culor Uo)d .MiK<tui- |'i|h.w|J 
police to have passed a car on l'>ld cuuil Daley tiad a lengthy ^ illlcHIl 
the wrong side while it was rec-.rd «d j>eny ^ime. _ . 

stopped lo alkiw pedestrians ii> * « * *||1M<M‘| 

cross the street near Memorial In CuIw.kkI murt >e-^irnl 4 y 41 « I 
Arena. H«» was driving north W'lliam DougIa.s Jenner. Gordon Lond(>N' 
on Ulanstiard. Head .inny camp. Wii-i fine<i $1si six <’.ir..MWa 

.Magistrate Henry (* Hall said ind $4 costs for excelling a lutex arriv 
he wnuld recommend Campbell'?- I'l-mtic sn-hour spee«l limit. weekend «r 
licence be suspendni. Lne Thomas II Helgesen. four da> •'! 

Quarantine i«»ad. was fined SJO lain ' |>rogr, 
fixcil and $4 .o«n for speeding Ho to engineer 
15 day '^as paced at 70 miles an hour versitles. 7 
y to a In a 50 zone near Chemainus. A'hlone fell 
Charged with driving a com lish gu>,un 


BROWN BROS. AGENCIES UMITED 


CREDIT BUREAU OF VICTORIA LTD. 

505 10 -lOVKA BI.DO. — 753 FORT .8T. — 5 9111 


r.»nadLin T'etrofina Lid h.ia 
extended until Sepl. 30 the 
time limit for the exchang* of 
CaKan Consolidated OU and 
tJa.s and of Western Lea.scholds 
Into Canadian Peimflna pre- 
ferre»t. on the terms pre\ir.usl> 
announeeri 


sirsinras x^aiK-UTtn cssmT Btarai-a 
or CSMA04 A.VD aMrOJCA 

CBiorr ASD erososMi ar.r»)Xi.. - coLLOcnoNa asd 

aOZLITbUSTS 

0ZXVTI5C ncTDRiA t aiaiKsaa and rmonaoioHAi uen 
STNCV iSU 


Gordon Daley, no 
addrc^s. was given a 


!*TA Activities 


Gillespie, Hart & Co, Ltd 

JOHN HART. Preoldent 


Hay Meadoivs 


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INSURANCE . REIAL ESTATE • BONDS AND STOCKl 
BUILDING LOANS MORTGAGES 
CAR nNANCING AT 5% 


Bi It Oaaan Baa 

tin it . Haiti Ba« 


611 Fort St., VIctorU 


Hione 4-1181 


iKatshBabad llUt 


a «.iy In 
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firvt The .ijo'd program will be 
4ui; •"‘vplaint'd by l<'«v‘hi*rs at ,s me:-; 
inu» u'C **f •''» J. Wilijx Jutii»r ‘Iigh 
un ‘■'i'hytjl JTA at 8 pm. Tiiexilay 

W.*X in ttM* lUHal. 

• t. ParemB will have an o{*pwr 
Vu- tunny i<> vixii c™_;:„jnis and 
I meet Ai4ff members 
Rrfn-v.hrn‘';i'» will be 


MONEY TO LOAN 


1. .1 I ii’ > I > ! 

r> •<-» Taarv ‘laina-t'O' 
a 7.. il.teia e-aa iic 
>'i Tl".a I It 4-t 

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f ^na» eisrr laird 
f t^urtli Mac, 

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Fund*- .:i Hand and Immediately Available for Mortgage 
Loan.x — Quick neeUton* — Repaymenix to Suit — 
M'"'5oniibIe Charge,. 

MOKTfi.AfiKS AND AGRKK.5IKNTS V\ ItCH.VSED 


•New uffuc-ik uf ihc G'Uxion 
llesd FT A were InAUlle^l ic- 
'-entJy by Mr» A. B. Thumpson. 
{•rc.Aident of the Victori.v and 
IiiaUii’t 1‘urent T<'Bcher i’«Hincil. 

() A Wiggsn lA presitient. 
C A. Peier>>on. vu-"'-p;r-.irieni, 
Mr*. (I A- Wiggan, weretary 
.ind imimmond ^A>lor. irea* 
urer. 

The meeurtg -li‘cide«l in *fron 
‘-'-r -1 •"jurni from th^ ’■ iioni 
A' the Am Onire and to con 
Hnue .iwardJn* prlzet t-. me 
tiOMi-m H'‘.-!d Junl'*r Garden 
f tub 

The next meeting, a 
evening tn meet new meml<er*. 
Wtl| Im’ held Oel t 


A'erMBg Vlcrorfa fa* Over M yea'i" 


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t'\- Mr. l>'s|le Mutrie of m* 
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The Fifth Annual 

School of Advanced Management 


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A program of KxenitlAe Training in F'onnmlm. General 
AdminitirBlion, Bukuieu FurK-tionA. Human and Indua- 
trial Relati.-.!!* 

To Re Held at Ronff. Alberta. 

January .VMh (ci Marrh l<Nh, 19.'4 

Por Informaiion and pr.»ajcAiut wide to any of th« 
fullow mg: 

D're. r.„, of the v, of Commerce |n the L'nlveraltlra 
of Britiih Columbia. AR*eria, .S4akat^he^^•an and Manitoba, 


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OPPORTUNITY 
OPEN IN 
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Th*^ Kxec-utjve nirertor, Banff. Alberta 


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offering of manufacturing 
prtviiegea to rapafile opera 
tor, tn drair>7b]e C'anadlxn 
areaa. CondtUonB are excel 
lent for the extabllshmenl of 
a plant In or near Victoria 
Brlkcrete. known xa the 
"World'a most modem maa- 
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ufacturer, ofieratfng In pn>- 
tected lemtoriea. excluolveb. 
under franchlae I>v*a! pro- 
reaalnf of local material., re- 
«.uit. In low production 
making possible low ptioex 
lo consumers without -- '■ 
flee of profit. Markup lx 
around 125% on basic coxt.a 
Wide^Twn market 
Fquipment I, available on 
leaaeqicenae and lease pur- 
rha«e, making poaxihle rela 
tivelv l«nv Investment Axk 
for Brlkcrete Book Wruo 
wdre nr nhope fr>r tentatlv.- 
reaerv.ition of terrltorx- 

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r ookaailte. Ontario 
(Rulwirti of Toponfik) 


An Invtatrotnt of 


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From Jnlj lit, 1983, 
to May 1st, 1955, 
with dividends re-tave«ted 
tlo create your retirement fund) 
would have amounted la 


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Fve Been new can announced 
in my 30 years of celling auto- 
mohifex — unmistakably the 
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In the fine car field! The 
IJnoin engine has 285 horse 
power and lives more uaablt 
power than anv other cor It 
IX the longest, the loweet and 
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It hax a wheel haxe of 126 
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Modern )ei aircraft flown by 
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Do It Yourself 


12 (Colonist VlctorU. B.C., Saa., u, 1955 


New Leg Sets Useful for Table Construction 


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PROTECT YOUR 
FINE FLOORS 
With ‘TILE CHECK’ 


Yrtur lino and III* iurf«f^ can r^iain their sparkling 
neu-nnM thmugh endlesa wear and cleaning with 
amazing TILE CHECK. 

• Tile Cherk it a linn and tile «ealer. It will heauiify 
and protect your new flnort and rejuvenate ynur 
old one. 

• Tile Check applicadnn aids in the maintenance nf 
all typofi of Jino. and lUe ro\ennga Including 
rubber, vinyl plaatlc. mattic and lino rile, lino. 


11 «eala and lllla tha pore/t and ariatriies. neuirah/e^ 
and remoNea many stains and leases tha floor with 
a laMing hard, bright surface. 

Tile Check la ••'onomioal. protects floors from hard 
use, |es« wax ta used, tanitor labor la cut In half. 
Tile Check la a one time operation If kepi waxed. 

Tile Check Is a proven product. Ii has been u^ed 
with Quistandins suroeps on many srhooU, insiiru* 
tlons, office buildings, cafes, home kitchens, ete. 

For complete Information on Tile Check, the ro«.t 
of application and tha answer to any floor mam* 
tenance problem, phone 4 5023 for Gregg's Floor 
Polishers. 


CAMOSUN BUILDING 
SERVICES LTD. 

Wish to Announce 

Gregg's Floor 
Polishers 

as Sole Appllretors of Tile Check In 
the Victoria Area 
4 .^A2.1 

Tile Check it Another Product 
Scientifically Formulated by 
Camosun Building Services Ltd. 

in.vj foKT 


»> 4. KAI.ril DA1./KM. 

Inexpensive and attractive 
rockiall and I'Olfee lahtes. 
hrtikeases and llie like can he 
pl.»nned and a<>;emhled' In 
about an hour through the use 
of new leg sets. Pirlure M 
and P llluHirate a lypti'al table 
and bookcase. 

Tops and shelvoa ran Im? 

widths and lengths of three 
to four feel. If the furniture 
1( to be painted, pine lumber 
ran be used. Wheie natural 
finishes are wanted, oak, 
birch, walnut or maple may 
he u-'^ed Lumi>er >«rds will 
cut and plane the boards. 

Legs snd hardware are 
availatiie at hardware stores 
ond mail unter houses, and 
cost about three to four doIlar^ 
for the cocktail table and four 
lo five dollars for the ho«)k- 
case. 


The legs are rounded hard- 
wood as Indicated m picture 
N at A. C and f). and can be 
purohaned In lengths of thir- 
teen. eight and one half and 
fen Inches .Shelf brackets 


shown at Y and the lop 
brackets at Y. have pins whicn 
slide into holes in the legs. 
Brackets are screwed lo tha 

• 1 ' t ' I ■ ^ ^ ^ 

; let lire M show* the top 
and shelf in position on a 
cocktail tabl^ Four top brac- 
kets iZ In picture N) are re- 
quired. se-rewed lo the under- 
side of the table Ls indicated in 
picture R. Place top brackets 
as desired <*n legs are close to 
nr Inches away from the cor- 
ners of the lop. The shelf 
bruird must b<* cut smaller 
than the top. a,s shown. 

When the top brackets are 
In plaiv* slide the four piei'ea 
A over the pirts of the top 


brackets. The table lop will 
now stand on the four A 
pieces. Place the shelf b<vard 
as shown and mark the prop«*r 
positions for the shelf hrac- 
keis at V. itiTew the shelf 


For an enamel finish apply 
Phi paint, and w-hen dry .sand- 
paper. Then apply half flat 


Calgary Ready 
For Evaeiialion 


rAiJiARV irp’-Di 


and half enamel, and finally 1®) O^o peisoas lie* m reailjiM*<s (or 


and the lop hrackeis lo the under side of 


the .-.helf bimrd and shove the 
top parts of their pias into 
the botinm holes In leg A 

^ I - ,1 • 

pa- s over t c . uom p ."iiT 
the shelf brackets. 

The book ca-e shown In plo 
lure P ran be made slmilarily. 
Pla<-e the lop brackets Z and 
then legs I>. Attach shelf brae- 
keis Y. Between shelf •’a'* 
awl the top, ii.Ke P leg pieces. 
Between .shelves -a' and "b” 
use A leg piece.s. The P leg 
piei’es should be u.setl at the 
bottom .So shelf •'b" Is three 
and a half Inches above the 
floor. When assembled, sand- 
paper vigorously. 


a - oat of pure enamel. For a 
B«*l' rubbed finish apply a 
filler, then sand(iaper. Then 
apply a coat of seal, and huff 
with No. 1 steel wool when 
dry. Apply a second coat of 


the largc-ii Mctunl ewicuaiion at- 
tempt uodcuaken by nvd Oct. we 
pinriiu : in the wc«.tero world. 

I ‘'OjHTaiion •* a long- 

pIoni«*d cxcivwe whn*h will move 
pi ofm (vr^ut.v to the 


wool. Finally polish and wax. one s4-<-iM>n nf the cd>. Ims tx-m 
gilXTIONS AM) A^^\^KRH , devcnheit bv mil deftwe ofhriaU 
How can I make ordln- *** “’•* imt>ori.tni thing nrr 
arv paint »lick to kitchen cm- h«l‘P'n in I'p planning. 

IslersT ‘‘Whot is the ntiswcT to n wi-.ipon 

A Apply a thin xhellac coal, (*ould comnlficly dcvimy s 

then the pamt. ciiy'*” a.-kk^ri M.'tj - Hen. F. F. 

t|— Ulwt is an easy and "''MhiUkMon of tuinwi, UsIcckI 
K<mm| way lo poi a natural dcfcm-v coonl'tmlor. 

finish nn wiMMlwork? Tlte onlv Hinw.r. he s-ud. is lo 

A A|tp4' *''■'> thin toats get the people out. 
of shellac, sandpapering '-If nn aggrc«-u>r can't dokiroy 
lightly between t'lois. and the jx-<iplc, he can t wm.” 

dilute half and , t»>ci,-I..,c. the purpo^- nf -(Wr- 

halt with denatured alcohol, ..w..,. 


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R> R KORKIil .M Xt.t.S 

Viclorid hH5 rervnlly boon siib>o< iod to ihe atrocities 
of a dog poj.sonor. No words of mine could adequately 
describe how I fend ahnui 

anyone who would rtoioon ^*’**‘*' P^* 

„„ -vouW not b« 


an anlmaF 

A letler In the e»liiMr In 
thi..; pni«cr "n Knd.sy staled 
• bat ''peopie who puiKon it»»gs 
do <>■ in Hevfipr aitnn. they 
feci that )t » the only w.iy 
they have of protecting fhe-r 
ow n prtiperiy . . . jf dogs 


pofMined . . , ’ 

Thr'-a* statements are the 
mns{ utter «lrivel 1 have ever 
read Anyone who seek.s fo 
P'ii--.n animal.s is also endan- 
geitng the live^ of small chil. 
dren, ajmrt frum the ethics 
t»f the at tion* 


Rland Troiildes 



as the fivv«i imt>ori.»ni thing ever 
to hapfv'n in iT) planning. 

‘‘What IS the answer to a wi-.ipon 
' that could rompificly dcvimy a 
city”' a.sk^ri M;u - r.cn. F. F. 
N'orihiUkMon nf tuinwi, fcviccKl 
civil ricfi-mt* CO nnl'fiutor. 

TTw* onik HiikW.r. he said, is lo 
get the ptstplc out. 

"If nn aggres-um can't destroy 
the jasiplc, he can I wm.'* 

1 'nu-n-lme. lOe puir<rsc of "Op«’r- 
I ntmn Lifpsavcr ’ w lo cluvk eva 
ruMiKin mensun‘s which could be 
aP|iiN-d to il>« entire city— vir any 
|cit\ — m rasa of s< lunl atlai-k. 

F>r til* npcriiliMo, M'heilule«1 
.some lime Ix'iwccn 10 a m. aut 6 
p.ni. .Sept. 21. *\Hc-urcii Will he 
, moved Cmm a m'Hk atomic attack 
an-a tn emei-Ken.*y ct-mres up to 
90 and ino mites nw-ay. 

Instruciinns will be given through 
j raiiin, inlHvisum and n«wst»api‘n. 
before ami during the ovacuahnn 
and civil defence iun*nf wiU wail 
the signnl for the opcralion stati. 

Mem*w»rs of the RCAF 
Women's Plvisinn. -iervinc m 
many different trades, re.elve 
f*av equal to men of equivalent 
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Capf. V. K of .''iesiiie warts 
lo know what m.tkes i dng 
'd on the ground ami drag 
hta hind end? 

A. It lisualiy me^na that 
he ha* inf*‘ciml an.ij gisnrt.s. 
A ve*erin«rian can eavilv 
empty the glands 

A lady asks whether I have 
heard '*f the he<|geh*ig m 
England. 

1 certainly do know them. 
VXa had Luge ntimbe's nf 
them in .'Surrey. But do not 
ennfuM* them with the animal 
I deiwt ibed in a nn-ent col- 
umn. the .sptnv antcsier. The 
hmlgehog lx .similar in that it 


has quills and rolls itself up 
for jiroieidion. but the sm- 
eaier la peculiar In that It is 
a mammal which lays egg.s, 
vvher«‘aji the hedgehog bears 
live young. The jiorrupine is 
Of the hedgehog family. 

.Mr.s, L» L. IS going to buy 
a puppy for her rhildren and 
wani.s advice aa to which 
breetj IS best 

A. Any hired is goml if 
liained coriecUy. I prefer a 
female, spayed when old 
enough, for cleanliness, ease 
In training, and because they 
are less apt to wander away 
from home. 


RCAF''s No. LAO Sliver Falron 5>quadron at Ralvat, 
French Morocco, ha.s an appropriate mascot — the 
falc-on. Frankie the falcon poses here wilh his master, 
FO Sam McCraclcn of Kirkland Lake. Ont.. at the 
RCAF air-firinR range at Rabat. — (CP from National 
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Ls a Itahv, and a living ining. 
not a Inv. If should not be 
pi< kc(t up h> gripping It 
around its sinmarh. The bahv 


s'A ' "’ASIUNtTmM iNANAi — While at the three Ameti.-nn camp« 

" HllC.. 'darkncM. the . South Pole's weirdest on lop nf the Smith Pole. Thiv 

phenomenon, will lie mvrshgaicd was announced hy T>r. Glenn 
•'PreUgic. loi'es and supcll- by weather bureau mrieorologisis n.ver of the weather bureau 
liaiy stripe?” Ht AmencHn stniioni in the Ant- staff at a aympoMum on inter- 


A. Pelagic mean* living arctic dunng the forthcoming national vchc plans held here 
largely nr almost entirely at inlemationiij geophvsicaj year, „i»der auspicM nf the Ar. lie In 
-e.! Ixtres is a small *;>o! 


st.»ma.'h IS lender and (he tn- heiwrrn the eye and the base he 


Day after day the landscape may siiiute of North America. 


lernal nrg.sn« are easy to in- 
jure. puk the pupi*> up hy 
(uiMing one nHod bciween Ini. 
front legs ami the other imt'd 
behind the ha< k legs and don't 
keep It playing until it is ex- 
hatistrd Puppie* need lots of 
rest .ind sleep. 

Handle H grown dtig ac 'rvrd- 
•ng In Its temp* r.iment, .me 
dogs love lo l.rt»e an alfec- 
imnate rough house, imt 
others prefer their dignitv. 
Ia»t the tlog rh«w»«.e ,M| ev- 
p«*rl« flgM»e that a do^ is 
more easily trained w ilh kind- 
ncs; rather than pumshm-*ni. 

\N hen voiir puppy i* .lo; tt 
nine montha old the rw*si 


of ihe bill A sijpeirillury whiiem‘ss m which vwihihty is at 
Mrtpe IS a siripe over one eye .Ufp,., ,v.n-existcni .Strange 
like an eyebrow- line, happ.-n. auch as the aud 

di-n divipiM'/trancc <if mov mg 
/ t II ft • I objects right hrlorr ihe eves fom- 

I I I VlH(lO paninns disappear aa though aud- 

• .rataxiv dcniy disimlved in the white air. 


like an ey ebrow line. 


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dow-ny coming of white dark 

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ham* r ark anil K drdtaM far •ranaatttsl ap«,«u*a sad |aa| Ilf# 

AMI ir IS sv IMXriSSiVI ri ai HSS> to arsai . «.Ut.«,ra la.aarat 
Af« trlrrs aril •iihta tkr hadcrurr KnMit al kata* aanrr. Small 

ar Ura*. iKa aalt la at asasi saallla aad ta aaalfAM allk Traaaatt 
nairk atl karart akuk aUaiinaiaa aoraha aail aaai. raU daaa raaria 
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pm. in the Legion hall to 
Ltunch a dtive (nr new mem- 
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■•ommg >eesiin. 

A one a< i pUy and a Ihn-eart 


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H good training M-hoolau. has vcnr: but mn,e members are the nmieurs. aUo or 

rM** V. ‘ •*‘-'«t,cc of white ohjea-la. 

Ohedieni’e < bib. not the dr.vmailc tvpe ran ffive .... u . i 

Mrs, P AT. writes ■' aa dnvaluahJe asaisianro u-|.J ros . V "5 
applied lo birds, wu.it do iho tumes. seis. or re/idmg olavs Orewvme because of m- 

following terms mean. I t T . 

I ‘••xtHti'ive includes tail fo.»i, .Sierlge and Intcior drivers 

' VV.ilker, president. Mrs. David m.iv not l*e able to move for days 
^^"^^^**^**^^^"'***^ -urlay. vL e fireHident. sn<l at a time until shariows reapis'.-ir 
^d| I I rhom,t Robertson, Jr., by which they c»n iHerl the 

) |la|adkaa^. 1 1 easurcr ifid publicity pitraliw Inigcs that UMlicale ttie 

• •• I H/vOsAC| Iv .‘riivenor. preseme of crevar.4es. 

Otherwise they might well 
TT)K>'0 (Api-A Peiping hftwd- ■«httn''le hhiwlfnlded into an area 
1 cast Fitday quoted Rerf (Tuna'a rrtsacrosseii with l.fWN)' fool deep 

official newspaper, People s ttsily which an* death 

** prr.jmsing that normal diplo-’ tf»r« explorers, 

g Hm A C btat»r relations be established he NolkKly ever has been able to 

tween Red China artri West Or- piCKcnt *n entirely aci-eplable 
many. The arts le spoke of the physical explanation f*»r the Ant- 
rcr cni Slid ess at .M^snm- in "n**r- arctic "whiie-ouia." They will f»e^ 
mnlt/mg dtplomattc ties between a st«ecial ohjeci nf study for the 
tnmn and West Ger- weather bureau meteorologists 
H^HI H toany dunng the year they will spend 


The phetioMicnon has beep ^^ar Ihe Rriiish Commonwealth 
called •‘•the antttheaia of dark- Air Training Plan trained more 
aesa." Actual vision In while than 1.11 fXK) aircrew at 7.3 Ca- 
ctarkneas may he more di(- nadlan flying srhooLs. 
fktill than In black ilarkneas lo 
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there are no shadows and ant- * T IL^ fw v3I 1 

arettea lotu h af Ihe lime U a 

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dav the llluntinalion of ihe tand- 
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A praml piano %nM for *2^ Am^ikan mtJhonalri* for 1‘^>0 
a' '1 a pair of aiUor r«,idU‘>»ttrh-» it rtunrr than 

I.M $27' at an »•»< tiinf MU«U<m S.OOO |MN»plr \a« tin* iimM>um 
mi thrrr ancf rm'htf in like (Jiaplay. Mid jam parked 
ro'fnt (ia>a tiM* aalr. atmdut'tcd hy au«' 

•fhi* v»ahnit pi , 1110 wn* a tloiMN-r-i Art llulvrta and Uilf 

ti.|»r«.iiHn (iraml. .:, ol’ * Majiiard'v 

k> Jonn HrMadw.....! 6 i .sun* of Vlrtorian-i Na%r k.Tn 

I^.nd.m alKJiu li«i vrar.i -R' U 
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Brnnotf by Mount S'ephen’a 
daughtor. aoi.l for $d A burk'd 
(juffH aiui china <‘abim*t in tht* 
Mlllrr roUpf'tiun wrnt fur $2 (ni 
iho hiKhoHt pni'e paid for 
any single piece of furniture 
with the i‘x. option of grand 
piano- oiie of the latter goln^ 
r..r Stvsi another f'-r $t>T%. the 
hlghmi pnre.s uf the auction. 

\ massive set Ilf iMlok 


I>KNVEK 'AF^i Prr..ukni heavyweight boxing champ; 
Kisonhower ."Saturday Inuted Rogers Hornab). onetime ba>e» 
139 world Kporta figures, ^uca- hall great and now director of 
tlomats and leaders tn other couth acMvlflex for the rhii'.igt> 
field* to a Sept 27 JS conference park dwirlct; h.i^eball commix* 
hereon bulkling the physical lit- -...ner Ford Frick, and Kenneth 
nex* of American youth L» VSiUon. president t»f t.n# 

f I’nlted State.s Olympic commit* 


a total of Qlv^ut 12 hours bid 
ding, which ha<i the auctioneers 
perspiring and Victoria * keen 
untiqtie dealer* noddiiii; their 
heads a* if suddenly afflicie.] 
by St \'nus dami' 

Nuine of tiu* finesi fijrm'<ii.- 
tum>- fr'.m iii' h-*’..* ..f Mi 
All.'- Milli'i wlu» iirfs ii*. 

uig «<i t’jidiKMii luv 

•sfu- IS -if.w going III travel 
.Miller for yo.irx was .s*t. 
reijiry |.| S'lscnuni fk-nr.eti, 
piimc nnni’^ter of t’anaila from 
lfi:m to 193a The day Urd 
Rrnnctt illtsl In 1917 Mi\* 
.Milkr vsa-> aboard RMS Loch 
Oaith. neiring N'ancoiiver 
Island ftom Kngland. She wa* 
ad', .serl of hri bo«‘- death 
•TiM.ard ^hip which she then left 
at William lltn.l anil flew ini 
mediately laick to Fngland. 

I IW^ l» i Ihl S(fl IRK 

Am< ng the honk* In the 
Miller rolle.iiiirt was i.iie on 
M"hleli«-m <imr.h in Surrey, 
will re * anadion >Ktrn Vi*count 
Bj'iummi lived like an Fngliah 
crotniry squire on hu Jumper 
Mill e^t.iie 

A put. ire of l...rd Mouni 


K<dd leaf trimndne*, raue in 
an Kngl^th easlle. didn't sell 
A lot of people wanted the 
favinatlng act. but no one 
r«Hild figure «Hit what to <lo 
Willi it. ir« Ml huge you 
loiildii'l even gel ll in your 
liaseiiiefil. \ .m il iiei.d a tdg 
iMirn. .\iirtioneer Rolierls sug- 
gested s<imeoiie might tioy 
It, i*(iminlssion an anhltecl, 
and Inilld a hmise armiiid it. 

Two magnlfhient pairs of 
gioen iuvires sold fur $.7.7 a pair 

prat til-ally nothing. Iii.stres at 
this lime going through nivc of 
the fM-ri.Ml.s when they re ^on- 
tiideieil tin-siylieh. When Ihey'i 
return to ^.tyle as ihe\ will, 
ea< h pair will iv worth nearly 
$2tsi. AmerJ. an buyers lar^e^ 
m-t the style, and also the pri<e 
in *ui n I >impli. aietl maMcis. 

Ill 4>|- ( HAMiKI.IKRs 

Knormuu.* .handciiei- ar»' ' * 
lage at the inomen*. One. .*f 
I ryjital, which sold .*10 year- ac- 
tor and atmul 20 years -ig-- 
foe $12,7. went for $J75 ihi - year, 
If the rrn/e g..es on it il iw 
worth $ 2 . 1(1 this time next year. 
Aooiiier massive chandcl.er, of 
.oiored gtd*.*^. went (or $ltu. 

Cnverril vegetable diibe.* .*re 
now looke.i upon a* awkward. 
In ihe.'o mMidle.s.s days the lady 
>>f the hmixe dio'.sn'i want to 
wa*-.'i so many dlshen if she 
*er.es up her meal Ui 
kiichen and bring* it to tli* 
lalile restaurant style 

A* a resiiil of Ihl* trend, 
moImnI> at the auillon would 
hiiy two elegant covered vege- 
table dUhea. A Koyal U'.ir- 
re«|er dinner set of more than 
.Vi ple<-e*. from the up Island 
h(Mne of the late Archdeacon 
Dewdney, went for *<*d Rut 
imhiKiy would buy the arch- 
deacon'* gorgeous carved 
dining room suite. 

Two (;randmai«on paintings 
of Prainr Indian* sold for $177 
and $160 each a good pru-e. A 
tive hy five foot nit. in a frame 
-'( solid gold leaf went for $■’’1 
mostly hec.iu*e few people 
llie.se day.s have wall.space lor 
'that sl/e, 

The oil wa* Hone by the late 
Mias ‘rrcssle W'ylde nf a well 
known Virfnrta pioneer famlh 
Miss Wylde lived for year* In 
Kngland. where «he made a 
name as a miniaturist. At one 
time the painting that sold for 
(11 was valued at $1 .(mhi 
l(AMlHI,OWN <il.ASS 

A set of 42 ple.-f* of haml 
blown gla.ssware from the 
Mouse of Salvlattl In V'cni-c 
■sold for $105. An 11 R by 22 6 
font rug brought J177 Two 
I French hand painie*! va*.es. w ith 
square ha.vcs. mid for Sic There 
were tw" music taixes. and they 
w-enl cheaply, cufi«idermg H s 
.stylish to own one these days. 
Otte sold for the other $2R. 

Seven Koyal Worcester hand- 
p.vtnfeii plate* brought $,'k* a 
great bargain. Not xuch a Kir- 
gain but a fine buy waa a .*matl 
salinwood writing desk $195 
A 15plere Victorian drawing 
room suite .*old for 1VC> if any 
one wanted it badly enough. 


rouniry manalon ot a London 
town hou.se It's .snabliy, the 
keya arc chli.pt*d ami yellow, 
and all the piano experts who 
appralised It would >ay was that 
ll « eerialnly antique there-, jio 
d'.o'.t of that' 

The I .•ndleslieKs a rat*- col 
l♦'••ors■ Pern. wci. it,.,.!.- m riu- 
H icj, t,r (ieoige II and will 


the apretator grandstianda and 
into active parUcIpation In ath- 
letic*. 

The president ha* expre.wd 
concern that lack of auch parti 
olpation is re*i>on.siblc in imm 
| nr lncrea.slng juvenUr rtclin 
quern y. and f-.r failure of -.o 
m.my young people to mc-:surc 
up to service rcquhemetiis 

UllO’H WHO tiATIlLKIMi 

Those invited to fhe confer- 
enie Include; Bobby Jones, the 
former grand slam champion of 
I golf; Cene Tunnev. former 


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riving at the Fort Vi-rmtlkm hn» 
pllal lie x;iv* 

"Tliey < i>nie Jmm the rexerva- 
tK>nx their boHie* vhrMiikrn from 
the l-n'k of food and niWIeil with 

ctlw;i M' 

After ibe r|«mdliog life In 
their biHiicx restored. th<-,v must 
;eav(- i>'>s|iit:ii niMt g'l t>ack In the 
reserve*, back to a life of bare 
existence and so again becomr aub- 
jeci to the ravages of pnvahon 
that first delivered them to hos- 
pital 

"That is the tale of the northern 
Indian child " 


^ FOK .\NY JOB— 
I, \K<iK OK SM.AFI 

>vC True-Mix Concrete 


•)i inrievn' 


F'lrt Veimilino disfnct. 50 null's necessities help »n the shocking pm 
w'lili nf Kdmonlon. rev* of which once pixhkI inb<'j= 

K..i many, ricaih i* men dm re- hiivc been reUiiml to IIm- ultimate 
Uasa' (rum the nuwry of life,'* degtad.iimn 
write* ftiifl rejKirtcr Jack Ikakln, ><inry Sii>* the nniiliern Al 

wIk. nw Jminud sayx made a inur t^rU* Indian ha* bi-rn pusliH bai'k 
of tlic nr.-a to mvestig.iie report* reservations m almost complete 
of dephirahte rondilions among "nKTc arc no Iiu-gc pop- 


rhe right mix in the right quan- 
I'lj . . . ilcliverwl to the 


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All Tvpe* of Siding — RimfUig. Kte. — New StllwD* 
Finish or A*bestu* Siding 

vor DO P.AY MORF 

Tnr (he Man That Knocks on Vour Dour 




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CX>MOX — Amalgamation of 
the whole of Comox pcnlnnula | 
into one fire district l* being | 
nought and a petition will be 
circulated in order to get the 
names of at least 70 p«r cent 
of the people conr'emed. 

At :• public meeting recently' 
Commisfrinner H. Farrington ex 
plaine<i (hat amalgamation wa^ 
niTcxsary to give the trustees 
more jwiwer to an and to get 
funrts for ne<T:v>ary improve 
mentx in fire pruteciiun. 

'led Dawvon. fire rhlcf 
staled that the fire hall would 
have to be moved from Ms 
present poaition on the S('h<M>l 
grounds and abo that a new 
pumi>er was needed. 

Il is hopr-d to have enough 
*lgnaiuiTs on the |>etiiirMi hy 
the end of October so that 
amalgamation can be legalized 

David had bo munry and Ihr 

oiher man had MlUr VALU:Y. Calif. r.M'i- 

After trie trip to jail. rhiMif hail p.indor AJrx Whitr oor ..l ijk* 

JJQ and the oih.-r man al.ju* $». n„t North Amern aa* tn bnumr m 

BudiDiisl clergyman, rlietl at hu* 
I A / 1 • home Friday after s long lUnesx 

.>ooKe irra trives lie was fp A Can-vdian veteran 

of the First World War. he rame 


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A home dc'.igni'd to give nmie fuiicUonai living .m-.i 
than other Iiorm*?: of comparable size Tliiv Iw.iuuful 
home, built by VTrkcry ConsiriicUcm Ltd give- %„u 
the Hilditional feature^ nf sll nsk floors, modern cmnei 
fireplace, hall etitrar.it". Imih bark and fiom (or Ideal 
trnffic ni-raiigenirnls. Two closet* in the h.iihr«-*m 
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were it..vnkei| at a So.i,- -»n'| 
North ‘-oiikc VSomcnji Invtitul 
fTj«*ei.oe by the pre*ld*nt, Mrs. 
Alan W Smith 


Of SPECIAL ItAPORTANCf TO THE OtNERS OP TRAMSOCf AM 
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MOMEY ONLY WHEN IT IS CARRYING PASSENGERS AHO CAMiO 
TRE SECOND A SHIP DOCKS THE FEVERISH ACTIVITY OF 
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IN FORT FOR SUCK SHIPS AS THE MIGHTY QUEEN ELIIABf TH 
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AFTER DOCKING. THIS IS NO SIAALL TASK CONSIDERING 
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AS MANY AS 2000 PASSENGERS AND THEIR BAGGAGE , 
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TRIP, TAKE ABOARD 3SO SHORE employees ID JOIN 
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inexpensive, easy-to-apply finish for any type 
of wail. Easy- to- fol low direetKina are (irint^ 
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your dealer. Standard coknjia; Tuaii Ivory, 
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more It opfrdtr* on less than two 
ptiwnd* - *dvc» strain and wear. 
ln*tcad of two fuel line*, It need* only 
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Ilham.* for your mnv#r*inn to nil 
hear or rrplarement of ineffiricnl old 
burner* 


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TAKE ABOARD SOME 2000 PASSENGERS AND CARGO. 

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Winners at Nanaimo Fall Fair 

{t*r* il Ih# ii^lAlli>ri llht nf t«tn- l T RnhiDion (olitii a.kni - I . H ...m u,. ...... 


irintnd the Island 


Hfr» i« the liht of ^ 

• Hitm^rk in NaiuimM i 

lhree-d»y fall fair which wound ^ 
up last nii;ht. 

viLi>i r «Bi tt 

Ur» H Mvi.vit I John 
Harior. J j Vani]*r Holaci c*(r«(« 
moi.i' -1 Ml* H h.rnol* •1104* <in- 
l»lKir4iai*' 'I Mr* L Ja(k*oe I T 
Ri blUiss J J >an<)tt W< Irn iirl;- 
i M on>*n- i 

■ttpnrnt, oouBi •i«d‘ 2 M a 

nnioo' 'Toiloa- - I T fi.iiu 
M>n 2 Mr> f K Juor* miom 
€'•>!' -i Mil C MrH««ort. •nmn* 

; U a aiophor.-- 1 W t 

pHnn tdrniita I W L UuxtA 

P«r*fil»» I T Roatnian 2 U • 


iin- I T Rnhinion (oliati B>kni - i u: . n Mi Jiir? *00 

Mf» L HuBBtirat . y.. t • 

uai.oRAttva avTioM «uw« ar OBiia u 

rauaman! I Mr* H NkrimU 1 Mr* 

Oaucua aiu«* >«ail arrantvoiar.t' tn»**ar a*i uhi#* 

I n W Airaaiidcr ) Hr» I. HAmnhrr« Caxn* 2 Un If pi 

1 Mm H Nithaia dahlia arranarmmi - a.ihout l<ntn t Uii 
I Mr* J R HuF(Md ) Hi* U Nuhuia ^ T>;rs)*«o J Mi> 

S Mra L Humphrat rtahtia •*)' »o>d«r« 1 M * C 

airaiiaanm! ‘ 1 Mr> J R RoMbki 2 ^n'^oo Apiun I M 

Mr* H Hiehau ) Mr* L Uumphra* =' L Cana* PUia 

imniaa I Mi« L Humphra* } « ni> Man < *m 

Alklafon I Mm R Ni.h«u iinn>a* J L rti-i,* 2 

• a^i a<ran«*a>rati 1 Mr* H Ntrhon H’inciar '2a-ihfn' i 

3 Ml* L HamphifT > Mr. K 0«w«ia> H'l Man* Matidir. 

axrr* I Mra I floutla* J Mr* H M- AD WlUoi. j 

Mitbal. aauta oinat* S W AilinaiM r*iu» a*>na | Mr* 
i«it {k'«ar arraiiarn^aa! I Mi* H Mr* H Ni-h-’- Hu 
Kirhpl. ka*kat atuma i T Raatnton 3 A Alaar 2 Uri C 

Ml* II N'flioi* bAatai dah.la* I Mr* nrr*. 1 Hr. C X 

H Ntrbdu 1 Ur* J R Hurfurd baakai aarman: i Mr. An 

etrphcn.' J Mil H Nicitai* rabbage ‘ “ * Ntahdl* 'Jjf. »«•»,. 


A'gai « ippai. :* 

,r;n 

t-.'A IB ib.r« Ma' 


Cairn* a 0 


liyan, (abiiBit 1 cBI 


’•Ml. »,* luari* , .Janscr. 1 j 

..I ^ ** Ifarunau 2 iMSkir* 

* Mr ■ 2 J Ran Marchman j 

J* * '’’•** * ' P n Harlnian 

Mm C R ai<2 i ;a.> 2 I Uutra* 
r.”' .“l?''-* ^ * M.l>«na.d 3 ha.i*r* 

Kng 1 Mm a a I j a Milana.! ; 

ill 1 Mr. C 1 i**t a ■('anarir* CrcCai 
Ulurla Mart**. *.'ii raikaua* Han- I p 
laa.liit I Mr. harraii •-.g .>k*irl 
rrhtaj* 1 Mr. rub a*..... . .. a ou i. 


Pcita. cafabagt 'Sanor' -2 P Whiia- 
bou*« cabbdii iriil'--! Mra H Klcbol. 

1 Jorut HarAtf. iaullflovtr -1. A W 
BrartliaW Sanaa Cnard - 1 M ^Nttana 
kail rcurlin -I J Vabdir Molfn lai* 
tutf 1 CnUn Wuicbaatiii 2 W U Dunn 
rhubarl*- 1 A W llradliald IMS 
Blaphro*. 2 t. A Warrra Baant '|(r*a' 

• I Mr* f R JitDa* 1 L A Warran 

2 J VaBd*rMnian baana ••rarlat ruB 

Bar:. -I Mta H Nirhol. 2 John Haikrr 
1 T Rabinaan batn> 'oo'r - 2 C.iliri 
Murrhr.BB baan. Bat- I W 1 Pm"': 

7 Mra P R J'ina. } M'> If Mtrhol* 
paa. 'lardaB: I W A'f-‘nn 2 W L 
P.in>. ‘ Mr II N - ■ -::r . n 

1 W L DiiBB 

Tnaia'ofi rad' I M" t. laia.on 

2 W L. Dunn itmao-a. •ba»aa<< I 
Mr. I. Jitkv'n; r.n ..—tiri* - 1 M ft 
B'fnhana 2 Mr. L Jarkaen 2 L A 
Waiirn ruauirtifr* 'pirkUng- - I W I 
rhinn 2 Mm I. Jaikion 2 hfri H J 
Rrandia nirnn - 1 A Want pampLiB 

.allia- I W I Dunn 2 Mr. WII- 
kinr— 2 A Ward, pumpkin hfa.lMO 


CAMPBKLL RIVKR — Campbell River fishermen 
have to ask the fe<Jeral Kovemment for installation 
of additional floats for fishing l)oats. 

Ki'hPrmcn My the K'^vern- 
meni shouM ifP.t.-iU the new 
float*-- immnliately an 

emerjjenry meakure 

Present wharfage la too 
smAll I<ir 'he rapidly-growine 
town and the fire hazard 1% 
extreme, fi’ihermen nay he- 
ranae of ronge’.tion nf seiner^. 
iroJlers. Rillnetierx and xmall 
boafA behind 'he hieakwafer. 

A motion asking for fed- 
eral government artinn uas 
pa-.Aed at n meeting here of 
tlie United Fishermen and 
Allied Wiirker*i' I'nion. 

The meeting f.kwired de\e|. 
nfiment of harbor fariliiies 
twhinil the spit on the Indian 
ies,.,\fli,„n 4 move proponed 
some time ago h> village com* 
ml^Slr.ner Uharle.n (;ranholrne. 
rhaimian of the wharf rom* 
mittee. who ban obtained 


COURTKNAY — With the' 
lifting of forest travel restric* 
flons. many hunteis an* ex 
I»erfed to enter the woods 
this week end Birds are pU*n- 
iiful in many areas as are the 
deer, but they may prove elu* 
aikp because of foliage still on 
the trees and ferns still pro- 
viding hiding places 
News of the opening of 
Comox Logging and Railway 
lands by Crov<.n Zellerhach 
wiih areompanying patrols 
has been received with plea 
aure by pros(ierti\e hunters. 


Garry McDonald 


BLAIR WOODLFrV 


n* - a , ,, 

^ 2 I'JuB ; I'. • A'b«-r>| 

M I M>> *H C'.: \»m M*fr|>.t>'. - - A 

w Mwr.fi hand r.- ;.. * H t n„ Hamnni >. i * 

.1*". .. . A n.fB- 4H , rrrgf.,1 ,,r., 

A» I Mt- H :hft va.t.if- A-bftni I H '(-ub ---g 

loi. tnioiBi *n* Hihfr *a'i»i- >« Wa a • i h»A» 

’'>*» 2 Mf* H 2 Wal'a.* f^ab* bfn lant mhft 

1 Walla.* Chang inn lan* oih.f 

• W R I ak* *ar<»'. Waiia-* Cbang n**i bir*i 

..** ' *' '"•» U'lfi-t' A (•».«! 

• --i-f.-l lara*' 4 H flu*. N.. g7 n,.* n.ra r.:-, 

»*i. L S»a'» ma.f u.iitfi Ait»f/ni 4.H C'«ib js 
Ilf I U>* c fM**i Wit«! iNfB Htaip.Mif wa.' A- 

rr r.- f... n,fl. B,,M 4 II ^ 

« rug t-.-nkfil llampibiff frena’*. A.brrn- «-H t ,n 

S n lang.-lnn M »*•< r..fl .*n. .<«b*r *»... 

! M'-^ AI«*B <'.a»- N eau'.i w*< - ' 

~ roiriki. A Kftni *H I luB h*. • ••** ,h 

•n fkhib;. | R fa<n> p*-- -••- , 

S" 2 2 laaif 4 H < ..jh 

|.i» rt.oailmvft' Ti.rkfi- Mn» C .1 MUfhf't 

M-* (■ = =:: «uu<i< *’•" tj-4»> c' J Mlu-h.-:i 

i Joan Rnigi.i -I •-^rk.-M ; i > M. r-hf J M*r>>n 

• a- I n»an f Ai.fi Turk'* Pi-w J Marltn A .»« 


2 Hana m« LaBlf* Oatrtfn C.-j** R-'i- - 

-PI di.p'*> 1 Mr* Siti M-i-if Pa .: 

■ A S'—k*. . 2 Rena:-. Moppai kJ 

Jl MOR I>t\l«l4l> < tn>'r« 

Va.* .• f.na. - 1 l•.•o K . gic 2 M M 

RbnaM H«ppf! •)-*; l. l R*;-. ug ai 
a;rt H''ppft 1 Jnan Kni*i. M>k'' -f Rr-nura la' 
- ! Ronald Heppfi 2 Catoni,* 1 Vf. f 
oin'f .' If. ;.iin 

nOUf«Tir S<lfV4> Plrnimg 2 


rf«Mni 


I.ADY.-’J.MI Til Three sur In the **aine a.ridenl. Three 
VlV'Ms of a twn .-«r colli!*ion .>ears ago his kounger brother 
near here Fiiday iii which two wa*. •4tideni(y drowiieil at 2 
youlhH were insianily kilted are ( hentuinus. ' 

kilil on the iTiiical ii'.' at l^dy- Hjs father a.mi tie rr-<'eiNed 
.smith General Uosi»ilal -.t>ver« su.ijp nijunes m this ^ 

Hospital Buthoriiies say they lutem a.ridenl and has a broken ?! 

ate still semi-cons< 10U5 and "'rist and dlslfM-ated hip. 2 

their comlitions remain “only Gerr>' Nathen Rrwiks. owner a 
fair" of the car. I.s a furemaii on the ** 

Rt'MP at Ladysmith — M booming grimnds ;if McMillan « 

th4’v hail not >et h«*en able to **^"1 Rlot*del at t'hrmainus. X 

ohiain complete details .»! the Parei;?-. of McDonald are on j 
•il . idem as then* were ap- ibeir w^*.' to <.'hemainus from 2 w l Dunn 1 'uc 
parenily no ejewitnes- - 
Four youih.s, driving a Idle 
iTHMlel car anti beheveri to base 
iioen coming from Nanaimo, 
were m with amifhet 


nartian 

ap--T 


2 A Watd anr ‘ 
Ifarkft J T Hi 
SfOfd OfBia 
' i. J W L 
2 * L r>i-“ 


Hd.-ii.-dny of .«‘i(ing that 
bespeaks good taste 

1 toe >an4'ni»>ee si. 


I diif..rnu 


1 W L Dunn 7 
- r. • l C Sfm»ra ’ 
bftl tr*ak poiCw I 
art Carr-’; ififll' 

a»»rt» turnip 1 T 
tf” lira »»frti I 


LADYSMITH - SLsier M 
Bertille of .New Waterford. 
N S. has Joine«i the teaching 
staff of St .Marys Roman 
Catholic convenl for the J95> 
-V> term 

■She will leach grades 7 and 


I'niit-r Aay wi ln4JiifH*| will t Mr. 

he np 4 .ned .Monday at I.*d.v * V- 
smith and will be adjourned Ji’!;'''' 
mdefliiilely pending re 4 s»\ery i*»’a’ 
of t>ie Injured. 

It has noi been esiahlisherl 
>xho WrtS driving the car in iff 's 
which the fiiur were nd- ffr! ■' 

Mi: 

Ihe tragedy I..*-, deeply '.'t'u 
shdken the town of Cliemainus yr«*fr 
vkheie all lour youii:-- w»*re well »**•!*! 
known popular and highly le 
gdidetl Biooks wh, in have 
tried out for senitir ba.setiaii in 
ihe near future 


north tf Lad' 


II MOR OlkIslON 

Ho*ipfi . 

:f: 1 R'P 

! Oar J Rnr 

! Ranald H-r-.u* 
bars |.vina«rfn 3 
2 CTifr- (ia> . 
T-r-t--- n.a'i-B 


Cairria. 2 Mil R •> Bfanai* >< 

aauf I ! i >a.fi-- Ci'S 

I ut* B.rt M.Mirf : Mm j 
- r’aitn* "* I ‘•'i'- R J Rm'. 
fiifklf »f.“.S I Mr. R J Biann'* J 
Ml* R)rt MaBlf rl'Tifd •.-f-:.-. •.• * 

2 Ur. J L Caltna raonfrt i-ni. arr. 
Ut* J L ca..-(.i. ani<*4 tiab — l »><• 
H Nt. hnlr 2 Mr. H Mirrrr 

J .r.;..; m»t»lBn 2rJ!v tall 1 ••-a-. 

K'.igni bifcuiM l Dfaiin* Pa'i*r*on J 
tx-ug.a* M'taort fmn iak» l ti»*nT 
rao.^> lan-f l«*a» t 0»annf Ra '* 
r I Joan Knlgfi' .fl: 1 Orai.iif e» 

• ••<nn ranriMl |.»arbr. I tVannf R* 
t'T*r“ 'annfti .fgftabl** - I D*anof 
i-a- 2 Ji.ai. Kn.ghi bn* lunrh 

1 rfann* eaOftw>n 1 Jo«n Kiiigtii 
(•»ilr I Jnan Knigbi furtg* I t>fan 
ea'MMna. pranul btio1> I U*annt R*' 


‘•mill. 

(iRrry .Mi Donald, 'Jfl. fr(*fn 
Fiirrka. tallf. and Klair 
MiWMiley. |j». of ( hemainu*. 
were instaiilly klll*st. 

Two Ollier youths from 
< hematnuH, als 4 > in Ihe car, 
were seriously injuretl. They 
are Dennis Inlng, 19. and 
iierry Nathen Hr<M>ks, I 9 . 

The other car. ihoutchi to 
have h*H*n going n»*rih. w;i- 
flrivpn by U’lMlam Yendall of 
Vani'ouver. He was the only 
occupant, and l« tlao in serious 
condition m Ladysmith Hos- 
pital. 

Non* have sufficiently re 
galnetl o»mt.;iotivness to he 
questioned. 

Gariy McD«tnald was a for 
mer jpsldent of Chemalniis and 
was In have returned to hla 
home in California before Join 
ing Ihe United States Army, 
niair Woodley w-as a teller with 
Ihe t*.ina»llan Bank of Com- 
merce at rhemalmis. His par 
enis live at Chemamus 

Itennis Irving was em- 
ployed in the planing mill of 
.^I^Millan and BloedH at ( he- 
maimis. 

In I9.V) he was a 


Donald G. Kyle 


1 T ; 

Onuf.a* n r i 4f S* *if 

‘ n i‘ J df a«<gf I M 

Mr* W AiiaaiMB Wfi'itM 
■•Bit 2 Mr* W A-iamtoB 
1 J R Tongnri* Dfiir!s-j? 
•*i '':rnnf» On-d-r I Mf 
W Artamtun Ring 1 Mr* K Onwglat 
2 Mr* AdaBkMin Nottninr Spj I 
Hr. W Artamian Wagaar ; M'l W 
Artaip r- Wlairr Hanana I Mr* R 
Dnugia. afiT Blhff varift) | Mr. C 
Onugia. 1 W Aik-r.ion 1 Ost-. Molfc** 
Pfar. Rarilftt | Mr* t n«-j»la. I 
JnhB 11a- k'r Rurrr* D An>«u - 2 Mr* 
W Artaataon anr athft *arif(i.-| .f 
H.rtj.ntnn, 3 Mr* g Dougla- 
R(um. Oaa.nn 1 W J Ha'k*r 

gr"rt»a»f ! Mri W Artamtnn 2 J H 
T<K»gB.uo Dalian pruntk 1 T Robm 
V. . 3 Mm C j j f| TnogiWKt 

RfHta* afBling l W J Ila^kfr an. 
>a-;. •- i a W Brartfif|<] J M'* 


SAYS— 

You can't mi.ss wiih Dominion 
Colonel a 20\ear aavings plan 
that returns slj the deposits you 
have made, plus the fare value 
of the policy. PLUS the dividends 
left with the i>olicy- if you die 
before 6.1 Ph«kne me for details- 
DONALD RYI.E 
S97 Jnnen lUdg., Victoria 
riinne SAIM 


."t OrancF 


hcAlih unit to the ewtabhsh- 
meni of a tallow and chicken 
feed base plant at Mill Hay 
has been appealed by the Mill 
Bay Community league. The 
action may delay final decision 
on whether Ihe plant can be 
established, for three months. 


ariainio 


.^I.RI'RM — Failure to puM over 
at the Bound of the Biren on \l- 
berni Volunteer Fire Depart- 
ment trurkB brought Alfred lAind- 
quint. SO. before MaglBtrale T. 
.M. Palternon. 

The youth wn« fined fS5 and U 
ronin. 

The offence ornirred bb the 
trurkn were rushing In a fire near 
River mad and an arrident was 
nnrrrmlv avoided as one af Ihe 
fire vehl'le* avverved to Rvakl 
Blrlklng l undqiilal’a ear. 


NANAIMO John Frtrina. 
secretary of the rwredimn di- 
vision of the Canadian Welfare 
Council. Ottawa, will speik herw 
.^pi 21 In the Central Vimxm- 
ver Island Health Unit at A p m 
Hi* topi*' will be “TTie meaning 
and importance of recreation-" 
Mr. Farina will be here is giieni 
of Ihe Nanaimo Rerre.iiion 
Commission He i< \ gra'luate 
of I Rr in sociology and Is the 
former suiieriniendent of the 
Fdmoninn Recreaium Commi.s. 

Mem. 


CU.MHKRLA.ND Approval 
of the proposed visiting nurse 
servii-e a* applied to muni- 
iipalHies ha.s hern given by 
Cumberland muncll and dele- 
gates are now «-eklng support 
of Courtenay and Comox. 

An interested group first 
sought to give the service to 
the whole si-hool districi hut 
difficulties of rollection of the 
ne<’essarv lax resulted In a 
move for a municipal servire 
for the present. Plan U to give 
home treatments to patienU 
di charged from hospital. «nd 
an extra nurse will he re 
qiiired on the health unit .staff 
for this purpose. 


R. N. C. HARRIS, C.L.U, 

RroMh M*««f* 

Vn M *i»«B» kUmmd OMtm» 

•07 JOMII aiPO.. V2CTORIA 


Rl*rk O'* 
• hi'* *r*p*i 
R Tiwian-Ifl 


k W' Sr«>ifirld 
W Ad«m.un J J 
’• 1 .'ohn Mb' k*r 

r A'kiDicr -Fi*B 
J vv J h*'.»I 
nFii-h** 1 A w 

h j'k rt-.pi** 
>-'ld 3 Mr* W 


Ai3*(|.w)o 


•orV* 'IkO' r< 
3 M'. N wr. 
A (•»'’»f«™n 
I Mi. H n 
mnr* i 
N WhHmnr* 

• >i**l I k<t> 
C W pnir:. 


h"!* 3 T C -iin#rtn 2 J ||-. 
im tniniB'ur' i M>* H X>' 
-in i*r«* lortu* | z r 74 ^ 

H suK.i). .-eli*. .141 aiini 

i J R Hurinrd 3 Mi 
. nUAfiton B>»oii i T Rum 
H urfnrrt 2 Ml* H K.rhr., 
’■?!f 1 Mil r MuiKBhi 

.liM-f- :;Mrc>inn b*'[ nr «1 
H Viirjinit .’kti.i* 

7 Vir. II i, 7 

rtl.nlo r,r 4*M|*. I 

>1 3 Ur* tl Nuhiiii 3 Ur 


THKTIS f.Slj^ND -Fjkrle Kv|e. 
1 *! received Ire.stmpnl at Ch*- 
msmus General Ifonpual for fa 
rial cijtf suffere*! m a fail on 
»’h.¥i| gr.'ifinds here 


pRssengrr 
in a car liivolvird In a ’x‘rioiis 
Rivldenl near C o|w<mkI when 
lie h»d both legs and his Jrw 
broken. fli« nmiher wan killed 


Turns i.si^Nn 

Md> s Marine Service 
has h<.en inc*ir|ior 4 i 4 vj 


rORRl.KIHLL ( .invent -.f 
Ihe Central Vancouver Island 


limited llsbiiity romji.in 


'Oim I T M Wit.nn 2 J 

rtif.T.- I 1 R<.4>lr~''i. 2 


Ladvsmilh Hu 
. Hohinson. I 


Odd nirds Inirijrue Fishermen 

. . LotrI fishr‘rmon arr* fasrinatod by .small 

biM.s wblrh Irind on thojr boats while they are on the 
'lining crotindA These birds land on a tmller, stay a 
short while, perhaps even .sleep, and then flv on to land 
on another boat. 

Kx.Df namen of the birds 
• re unknown to the fisher 
men. hill they are de«<'rihed 
a* being either brown or vd- 
Jow In color .-nd seem to be 
voting bird* probably hatched 
thl* year tt Is bellevd they 
are mlgraiing 


LADYSMITH William Men 
agh Robinson, prominent bu-i- 
oeu; man died Friday In the 
General hospital in his Miih 
year. 

B»)rn In County Down. Ire 
land. Mr Robinson came lo 
Canada 49 vearn ago anri wn> 
for many vear»- a •-alenman on 

the 1 ‘rairics with the Ashdown 
Han’wfirc Company He livel 
In S.ivkaloo 

He was overnean wnh the 
CF.F In the First World War. 
with a Winnipeg rejiment 

Cuming to Ladysmith ..s I'l.tO 
he be. ame a hotel owrer and 
was managing director • f Ihe 
Key Fumllure with stores at 
Chemainu* and I^d> smith He 
reilnxl M.me yearn ago and de 


Clavton Funeral Home h-* 
4 ’harge of arrangement.' Burial 
vktll be In Cedar Memorial ('.ar- 
rti’ax 

Siirvlvmg are his w.fe at 
home and two non* W .1 Rch,; , 
son. Ladysmith, and Herbert 
Rohin.snn. .Nanaimo. ihre.» 
daughters. Mrs Phyil;- Clokf 
Ladysmith; Mrs Joan Jerne'-"-~.. 
('d.-malnu-s. and Mr>. Sybil Fib 
ler. Victrirla There are io grand 
children. .Several nmiers and 
bfothpr*. a|vo survive 


up lo the end of Auglinl. He 
nald there have been a Intal 
of 17 rones |f| Nonalmo, Ijike 
< nwlrhan and Duncan. Dr. 
Rent stated he did nol Hons 
thin an an epidemic. 


NFW < I.ASwys FTIR 
MOND-AV 

AI.SD GfUtd. PITMAN 
AND vJT^N•OTVI’^: 


PFNDER ISLAND !-argpM 
modern rahbitry m BC ,s 
tinder construction near Hope 
bay. Pender inland One build 
Ing is completed and a se. ..nd 
Is under con>tnutlon. Two 
ahlpmer.:-. of a speeia) strain 
of .New Zealand rabbits have 
been Imported 


NANAI.MO— D. F. \V. R. 
IW’'»t. director of l eniral Van- 
rviuver Inland Health Unlk 
announ* ed .venlmlay that 
Hiere have hern II rasea of 
polln In Nonalmo this year, 
nmipared to 10 c»*en (ant year 


if U(I7 rti.4f*irint bti>B>t*h««. T' mr- • > 
BF**atk tirbinn. Srni* akiB Rar.-.* 
Arn* Alhi*ta* f«*4 RlBrkhnnrt* a* H*.! 
Blot- h*i •BiBBrrku r-iu. It* mXOOSFU 
tonifht Work* •hUa r^s *i*ap I Cuitx 
Crhrnt, Xumlnt aniBMIBf In 2 RtF-uO* 
3 Kill* «Bnr r*rB»«. afV*B lh« r**) r*‘i.« 
at akin SUetrtvr* I H*ip« SvbI Um iiin. 
•Afur. tiBoMhtt i>iM*r Alt four 'druf 
(01 tnr mXODCRU tadkT anlursFllatt «r 
m»n»t hBrk And le '>*•« frtir *kln kn” 
■•plIrBlIf u** mXODCMM UrrttfBVoS aoas 


TliP SATISFACTION of lyemR in huttinfbit 
for one's self, with capable guidance from th# 
office appeal.* to moat hoy*. 


AAV T 

Uo**n.*ni* ri .•>•*!* 

I* Bktf Tf«*(-rl*T 


Dr*lrn**r 8 «oux *i R*.f| Rirw Su* 
ktqaimtii s*p4 24 I • ■* 

aoBmk'in* UM 9 <>*«n(<.n *nq rrita>*i 

in<t ionfattrt afi Ritri'iMi 

Ul v%'*r 

rnt*'» *♦• Ikk.fn* S( Rrinr* RuBart 

■'.• kM)li|IX*ll S*(I1 M 
ro*. *i 'wnn* R'»rk.iii* ans 2 >t.|„ 

on irkinini 'rwiM rafurniBi 

S»P* 22 

AM TOaiA 

IS RO*T 

At^"". Iiinoi** 

nr*'"* a>*f '"•rtirtf 

auf.**)i»f loartini 

CRorrov 

IX PORT 

Aia*n*r*n n loa-’ipt 

RARVMC 

P» ROOT 

•OA«a'>iliB. iM4>ri 

TAMM* 

fX RORT 
Tiun H tnnaiBi 

ROOT AIMRXI 

rx ROtT 
RIB**. InaSIBS 


If Back Aches 
Try A Kidney 
“Housecleaning" 


Pontonal ronUri* wiih tiibarnberN and ml- 
iivatine life-Jon« friendshipi: are • definite 
advantA(;p 


VICTORIA COLLEGE 


to have mv nrrount 

irith .NalifMial I rust 


»• rm iviir*r rrooi Rnrtu-hn. rwiuni t2n 
Dfhu, Rv*nu*nl nr Bsrnint. lUhlnn Fn*- 
atMWM OlM»d7 Urin*. s*r««*<r* srw 
Us* MnBilar and lUsMmaur Rnuu du* ta 
Kldnnr ami BUdAar tminUatsF la iuch 
«•*•• Itu rmy fU*l Oaoa ad CTOI M* 
ollf Ainru im wort tMwrdwuif tn hnt» 

i M IB I ••?• X. Halfi* nnlur* w»*> •or- 
»IB irnutlnt non larifit to k'M 

onDdlUoM I Rnllnuni Rlsriiainlk Rbim 
ood UiM. BoUf fMllni dM (• roUA. I By 


The ability and opportunity of earning one'g 
oun spendinR money or' Having for future 
edurillon develop* »elf*reIUnre. Belf^ionfl- 
dence and Independence. 


roi K.SKS Vi>K COl.LKCiK CRKDITS: 

Knglish. Mathemahrs and Psyrhology 

rOI RSK H>R I n.C. SC HOOL OF 
C'OMMKKCK niPU)M.\: 

Soles Management H 

(X)l K.SKS OF OFAFKAL INTKRKST; 

nc History, from Co»tk to Kitlmol; B<* Wild Life. 
Weather Predietum. Home Furnlnhlng. Msisir 
Moll/m Picture*. Reading Improvement. Hu.MneAk 
Management: Drama. Drawing and Pajming 

(X)l RSKS R)K rKF.^S('liCK)L TKACHF.RH 
AND PAKF.NTS: 

.SrtciaJ -Studies ond S« icore for Pre .School Children 
Music and Rhythm* for PreSrhool Children 


1. I llivc to get inlermf *| 2'^^. 

2. I like to gel loiereai ngiil frooi (be Aaj \ open 

ray BcrcHint. 

3. i like their how TWt are open from 0 o.m. le 
4.10 p.in. every weekda? except Saturilay. 

4. 1 hke their central l«B-alion. 

.S. I like their *iaff. IVv are alwaTt ao nleokom. 


tfrtUUd Bl»dd*r 

tM*«*a n h«lp* roditM fT*ni»*oi «r imart- 

kas SOAASfM dBT BBd Btckt Osi CYVm 
fra* ymir drunUl U4«r. «o4nr •niiatBo. 
AMO «r at«orr ••** Utni Bgar. 


Kneourage YOl’R RTiY to apply for a mnya- 
paprr roule II will rontriinitc jfrratly to 
hi» education. 


KEEP GOING -»H 
WILLYS 4- 
WHEEL 
DRIVE 

MASTERS MOTOR 


Appliraiions an* now being laken for route* 
In all diatrict* In the city and country areaa. 


3 oti, aino, shmilij 
.National J’ruat anfj 


oj*en a Nsringn Account with 
enjoy these adkaniagr*. 


TBl CKft 

STATION WAGONS 
SEDAN nrJJVRRIF.S 


COI RSFS I. FADING TO AN 
ACCOI NTING DEGRFF 

For Information— Write or Phone 

RE<;iSTRz\R. VICTORIA C0U>FX;E 

Phone 2-4931 

Regjater In Advance to Avsrvid Dfxappointment 

TONTINVOI S I.RARNTNrr* 


Circulation Dept 


727 FORT STREET 
VICTORIA 


CO. LTD. 

VHTORIA, R.C. 


2fUll Douclaa Street 


PHONR LlMt 





ot Governors 


NOKIH H.\^, Out. (Ill I’) — Ci\ic aiitlioritii**! 
hrrp hrraUit'd ra*>U‘r SaliinUy afUr Horr>ifiK uvrr h 
«*|» rnpleK prohlcrii of ha\iii); two official rcprcHciita- 
ti>«*A of the in the city at the name time. 

OoNernoMieiieral Vincent .Maft^ey u planning l« 
\isit .North Bay ‘»n tM. 23. ami it wa.i ilijicovensl 
that Ontario'^ l.ieiitenant'tfovemor l^oiiia O. Brle- 
thaupt planni^ tu l>e here the Kame da 3 *. 

Chic officiaJit couldn't Kive (he pro|H-r >ice-ret(al 
attention to Inith i;n\ trtiMra. Mr. Hr i*-( haunt rxwt- 


>lr. .Mhaw'a vialt 


oriier 


Revolution 
In Styling 
Lies Ahead 


A O’ 

M(x.\cvn 

tsni'Wsh 

JH H IP 


treBSTEH'S 

urn 

WtLEQlKTE 

MCnOMAKT 


BAPROK 

^^HEMT-STUCO 

PAINT 


Bodnet PUo Terma May Be Arraot(ed 


You know find what you're looking for when ymi shop 

sock< for school. Evcr> 1 hinR from ankle to knee styles in wools 

fnnfi uHlk i < . . • 


^flrtonis 

Krm Soeki 

• Wool, nylon rein* 
forced at heeta 
and (oea 

• -^tylfd with lum 
over top* 

• Colour* navy 
and grey 

• Sire* 7 to 10* j 

K ATOM A QOa 

Value, pair wOC 


All-Nylon 

AnkU Seeks 

GLEN EATON 

<Uo( Uhiatratad’ 

Ankle Seoki 

• Bo\s' crlmp-*tt 

aock* 

• W'ool and nylon. 

• Plain or striped. 

sire* 9 to 11 

In w|i*e. navy, 

• Turnover top* 

rharcoai, grey. 

• Shiink-reslstJint 

blue hrown. 

• .Na\Y. red. green. 

pink, black 
• >i;e* 7 to io«. 

white. 

EATON OQr 

Price, pair DvV 

r„r 89c 

1 F..ATO>rS — Aoeka, Main Root. Phone t7Ht | 


at E,‘\TON'S for 
nylons and cot- 

fiirla' 

Knit Saeki 

• Auortment of 
wool; nylon and 
wool, and wool 
and nylon 

• Colour* hrown, 
navy, creen. rM 

• With elastlcired 
topa 

• In «iies a to 10 


1.00 


Boys' Leather 
Cowboy Gloves 

Easy way to got your son 
, to wear warm gloves In 
winter U to buy him a pair 
: of leather cowboy gloves! 
He'U love to wear them . . . 
they are gauntlet length 
ann come in sizes 5 to fi in 
brown and grey. 4 
Pair I.Oif 


r.ATO\*!a— r.h»so«. M»tn 

Kk)or. Ptiooe 1 - 71(1 


It Pays to Shop at EATON'S 


STORE HOURS: 9 o m. to 5 p m. 

Wednesday, 9 a m. to 1 p.m.— Phone 2-7141 


8.1 Cu. Ft. 
Refrigerator 


The refrigerator with the frozen food sto 
compaHment that niU take S2 lbs. of \ 
There are 3 handy inner-door ahelvei. to 
thU refrigerator with auperior .<rtyling 
brilliant colour accents in blue. Heavily I 
latcd, the "Ren Hur" haa gencroui ato 
pare for fre«h vegetables and fruits. I>ii 
s 1 0 n s are 51 ’ 4 " 
high. 2<\'y" wide ^ 

and 29U" deep... ^ ^|L 

Special, each I ||^l a J 


Down Payment, only C I *1] 

Monthly Payment* aa low an d»G 

F.ATO.VH — Major Appllanre*. Main 
llmian turnl»(iinK« Ruildin(. I'honv 


'T. EATON C® 

CANADA 


UMITCO 


^^ountie to Moscow I Baihi CColantat Victoria, b c.. Saa., s«pt. i8. I9ss 

The Travel ('olumn 


H ak ^ 

v% •' - A' 


i ■ • :r. 




Stella Polaris 
Cruises World 
All Year Round 

By DAVID BROWN 

The Stella Polaris a year-round cruising vessel 
that relains mu<h of llie adventurous spirit as well as 
the name and appearance of the clean-lined, sea-knifing 
.splce-earriers of the 19th 

centurv. of >he year, ihi' Moditrrr.*- 

The long, tapered tv,w*prit of 7^" ^*1^' 
the Swediah Clipper line cruW- ! . ^ 
er noaos into about every port 
In the VVesi Imlie*. .Medlterran* (TwI.VI 


EATON 


Assortment 


A 1 I A S 


can and the Atlantic and BalUc Dc&pite the wide difference In 
tpl. Frank N Bnen 37 year- seaboard* of Europe In its fabu- fares, ihe ship Is a one-ela\s 
old veteran of 18 years’ lervlce Jouj annual circuit that begin* cruiser. ’ B " deck iravellen have 
with the RCMP . will net as Ex- Christmas week from New Or- the liberty to roam around the nro- 
ternal Affair* Minister Pear* lenns. menade and boat (Wv> x .-ui .»4 


By .1. T. JO.N ES p 

A .styling rcvoluflnn. unlike any, ' 
the motor industry has ever e.xpcrienced, is gaining 
momentum 

It had it.x beginning willi the introduction .some five 
ycapj ago of the so-calUxl hardtop convertible car. It 

probably will reach a tern- 

porary levelling-off stage in *hat wUl pnsent the 

3!l.'>7. drastic -and fierhapx the 

Most manufacturers already chan.’' s 

have cnmpletevt the Je*l 4 »n of •''"E the w nr. I 

Iheir 1957 models Thes’? are J"*" ‘»»»nE^ In IM7 will ' 

hrlnf more models with Iho 

, I I I sllhouetle; It may mark 

l« 'OiTrk/1 **’'* hecUinln* of (he -nd of ' 

? tlJlLlI I ••*»*dard-(ype two and four- , 

p I door sedans In faior of the 1 

. * /■ 5 ^ hsrdivip version. ' 

\l|s I 1*1 fit planned cars etc oo(| 

/all let lit nrvrsi.irlly larger. Ccrramly 

I they are not longer. But they 

( t • ■ ■ are distinctly lower; ihe b*‘!i 

.tfllllfT I ItfklllA o"iy 

.Sillily I Ixllllt. % ln<‘ties from ground level. 

O , Most of them slope sharply in 

WX.N'NIPEG — The big four- front and rise even more ^ 
motored aircraft which won sharply in rear, 
fame through It* salvage from Most 1957 model* probably i 
an Arctic ice fl'ie last May. will utilize the push-button .i 

passed through here on Friday method of gear *electors. 

en route to Wildwood. N J. These will be mounted on (he , 
An official of United States | instrument panel or steering ' g 
Oversea* Airlines, owner* of shaft housing 

the damaged plane, said ttj * * « / 

would fly again after repairs, Here's a slave of hahit for ^ 
were made. 1 you. A fetJow recentiv »r* 


lerf^i Artairs Mlnls'er Pear* lenns. nienade and boat deck.* at will and 

son* eaci.rt during his 10-djy rircKrv permiiled ti> dunk themsolvi-a 

visit to Kussla nest month in the uie-Uned swimmiiS 

He also will iravelio Singapore Although U Is considered a ajnng with the retiwl baniTor^i. 
with Mr, Pcar*on for the ri>-;cruise of (he "exclusive” •thedrnt.*. ** 

Inmbo Plan conference. — «CP I*** ab'Jut 260 cabins «. •• . 

Photo i and atatero.»n* but Include, a „ "T ^ 

- . ,w,iTunlns p™,h. many tr;.v<-l T” *'“ °* 

II , [li'r* of lower mean.* book on *„***"*^ 'n« year aftrr yrar. 

l/VfinOllSl Sh'lla f'*r abhrevlaied *l''*b*»lve* to spiurg#* 


II ypnolist 
Offers Help 
To Ilulganin 

TORgi A V. England 
(Bl P» — A British pro- 
fewional h.vpnntivi, who 
claim* hr has cured hun- 
dred* of person* nf the 
MHoklng haldt. ha* offered 
to go to .>lo*eow and help 
cure Premier NIktdai Bui 
gaiiln of hi* chain smoking 
and real ore his health. 

Henry Blyihe said he he- 
ileve* smoking Is (he cause 
of Bulganin's present in* 
disposition. He offered hla 
•ervtivs to Bulganin In a 
cable to Moscow Friday. 


IcrulsiK holweon two port* on • cruise, they us-j 

I her regular lllnenary. which i.s “ ^ tr.-i.lmonalty tm 

actually snilt on mtr. ..v «-«. n^®<’«late ve*-:H to odd |>KHtmeal 


actually .spilt up into six sep- «<• l'« 

ararr <Tul.«e*. education. 


The winter *<-a*on I* re* 


Softwoods may be hani and 


jerved for the Caribbean wUh hardwood may These 

three cr^*.*s from New term* dUUngulsh coniferous 
OrJcM* belvjeen Dec. 2| and trees from deciduous tree* 
March >3. The flci and see* British Columbia's pulp and 

*^V primarily from 


('uba. Haiti. British West tn* 
i die* and \enezuefa. The third 
, U«(* 37 day* and vlslU man.v 
more ports and Island* In the 
I tropical sea. 

I The fourth sailing from the 
Louisiana port L* .March 31. 


softwoods 


JOINS WILSON 
MOTORS' 


15.+0 


I Here's a slave of hahit for 
I you. A feUow recently ar- 


Ileves smoking Is (he cause i-"ui»i«na pon (.* .Marcn 31 . rifrei o'Ts rr* 

of Bulganin's present in- , <he white clipper sets off OALho 0 I AFF 
disposition. He offered hla “ 69-day tour of Meditcr* _ 

•ervtivs to Bulganin In a ' rsnean and North African port* 
cable to Moseww Friday. .The vessel haa a shallow draft 

— ... . that allows It to drop anchor in 

I w .. small harbors like those that 

1 / § mgt ‘I"* picturesque Dalmatian ' 

I \€ § i t coast nf Yugoslavia. This cruise 

hits Malta. Casablanca. Egypt. ^ 

i //f /-»*/> •es.e'waa Greece. Italy. 

M M. i CC C* V* Spain and Portugal before end- \ 

C!z ^ Ing at Harwich, England. \S^ 1 

O £ \ Five short 15 and ISday cruise* jp ^ i j 

are then unilertaken from Fjiglan.i >ilE i 

I * * In late summer, three in June and m 

COLUMBUS, Ohio lAPl — You North Cape and a visit 


I H f VtV t 


No mutter whut hook yon 
want. E.VTON'S can supply it 
—either from our \ust ami 
\aried stock, or h> special 
order . . . Now, at huck-to- 
colle . • time rTmcrnlxT that 
!or <|U ' I reierenci' . , . every 
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arv. l-'or business p(ir|vos«’s, 
too. a concise dictionary U 
indis|>enHahlc. Bu> yours at 
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wide sidcclion! 

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2.89 


s. 


I' ATON’S — R«M»k* ai>d Staiinnery, 
.'lain Floor. Phone •> ?| it 


’ ' * ^ ' I m in Mjifmit*! . uiirr' in u uiK* ai*u 

The plane’s wing span, tall f*'cd frrmi England bought COLUMBUS, Ohio lAPl — You Cape and a vUU 

assembly, undercarriage. en*i ^ hem a short soon will be able to drive the 611 »<» Ihe spertarulnr fjords cars'c.1 

ginc* and propellera were dls wnih, ^go. Hr*| Ume out, ho mUei from Philadelphta to Uie »he Norwegian coast In August 

mantled to allow for clearances' caused a commoUon 00 Dotig* Ohio - ImlJana line without the cruJw’* leave Harwich for a 

along the rail route. It* 87 **• •Ireet. bother of red lights or traffic round of visit.* to the .Scandinavian 

' ' I Wrong side of the road. ' 

* a « 


along the rail route. It* 87 
f»K>t fu.selaee was cradled on 
two flat car*, and the remaining 
jiarf* of (he mUlinn-dollar 


capitals, including the ship's home 


That becomes possible at mid- port of Stockholm 


j>arf* of (he mUIion-dollarl Here’s another true *tory night Friday. Sept 30. when Ihe To rinish off the year, the SteOa 
plane were loaded on Ihe other A Victoria woman bought a entire Ohio Turnpike opens. Car* sau* (nm Dover and Bonlogne oa 
three car*. Volkswagen anri hoa-am* mishtu and trucks sirw^ l>«i rw< i k>..« ....... 


Two-Way ''Satin Set'. 

Special Offer 


— — m ,_«j • HUS inm iKiver sno iKMiiogne OQ I 

Volkswagen and became mighty «nd tnick* since last Dec. 1 have • ji-day windup cruise to the I RALPH MrKF.Iofi 


* ^ — winuup rruuir 10 ine n i\rai^ 

The plane ran out of fuel on *(<®^hed to It. She called It over the 22*mUe east* Mediterranean which Is primarUv 

M.iy in inM while transporting Llebchen-her little dear-and'f^ oI ‘he Ohio Turnpike designed for tlw Eurapean oIWi* wdnted“fo 

supi>lle* and made a ' belly*' In a weak moment *he men- lb® Pennsylvania i^ia. fJv'iLm Motors^tiT vtx«nV 

Un.l.nc nn an Ice Hoe The m'en who turned the dream Nickels bring* to his nc« 

eprlnc l«^e breakup began and Motors German factory me* Jlt mur -^P'on to be readle,! for the At* «‘veral years of ex* 

It W.1* almi'St a foregone con- chanlc. j * auper road aero** crosaine to New Orleans P®H,®nee in the automobile 

clusinn (hat the disabled plane Maybe her pronunciation which starts the new season all over ®nd will specialize 

could not be MUvaged. wasn't the beat, because he the WXl .*f w.*!^ .""V*”'* 

looked blank United .Stale*. (ruck* at Wll.*on .Motor* Ltd-. 


'The prevent development of "Yn 
the rlvlll/P(| world L* probably *ske*l 
due more to the fact that mani "Lh 
ran rert»rd hU thought* and! He 


Okerf blank United .Stale*. , - 

•■Y?U cau'hlm what*” be' «ble lo see *”•'^1 Quadra. 

Y^ou caU him what? he ^ from between J3«Mo S6J5. depend* 

•Tteha-haan ■ . I divUncc I* JW) fcci Th® Nofih 

Llebchm. she rcjwatr-I Thcro are no sleep hlli* bccau.se northern rapiuil, exrur* 

He u;i* aon oBel c -fm ... ... ' . • ,t__, ,,.w» 


Wander hair .spray that gives you a Jiffy pin- 
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to hold your freshly-combed hair-do in place 
all evening. A soft spray that makes your hair 
gleam . . . contains no lacquer.. Take advan- 
tage of this manufacturer's special 
that's offered for a limited lime 00 

only. y 

Special. 11 -oz. can. each 

EATON'S — r osmetic*. .Main Floor. Phone 2-7HI 


"I.lebehrn. ' she rcjwatr-d. 


spologeilc, Im ,hc mnvmtum upgrade « iwo per LW. The 




English very good ” 


Si. .loliii Aiiibiilanee 
Lists Peek's Work 

St, John Ambulsni'e Brigade Ing for all hrlgade division 
ha* lUtcil arM\(iiPs for the member* Ten, twelve and 17* 


3 2 per ernt. You won t have to 
slow down Irom moxunum speed 
limit* — 65 mile* an hour for car 
and 55 fur trucks— when you drive 
ajMiind rurve*. tbey're that gentle 
You’ll be s»> fur from Iralfir Rt>. 
mg Uie other direrlion that bright 
headlights shouldn t both you. At 
no point are roadways less than 
36 leet apart and wmetlme* the 
distanc* is lEi feet. I 


.NEW ( I.AsSFS FOR 
MOMJ.W 

ALSO (.KLl.l. I'lTM.AN 
AND sT^^OT5^^ 


hail ml M»C 


EATON'S DADDnV 

Demonstrates the new DArnUK 

A masonry palnl that protect.*: and preserves for years . . . Paint it on masonry, 
stucco, cement . . * paint it on wet or dry surfaces and it will adhere and last wilh- 
oul becoming brittle or chipping. Rain won’! .spot it and Baprok resists alkali and 
won't blister. Yon have n choice of 10 ready-mixH Bermuda colours and while. 
CV»me Ui EATON’S paint department and see (he B.\rKOK dernoastmtioD. any 
day at any time from Monday through Saturday. 


coming week 

M"nday - n.C EIrrtrl- am 

hiilsn* r division ,\o i'j| H p ni 


n..!.. t .... MuiBiiiK mr 

Rrtiph loeoman. supl.. Vl.o-iia ^ ^uard* 
nmsuur division N«. 61. 8 pm.' ^ ^waru*. 


veaj* rerUflcate* uill he among 
the sward* prev.eniiNl a* well 
a, prue, for dominion home 
nursing mmpptifion *nd fielj 


2M Vpm l /'Mr^ TAkinL ^ '^P* ' 

, .. John ambulance cidrt group 

A L i "'‘7"',- pm. Kan S»l«, ln.tru.lnr ^ 

dlvi-.|on N-. 111 .-. 615 pm. Miss 

\t f Beglftrallon* for both senioi 

.V LH„,n,T. Inr.t .W cl«. .nd home nur. 

>Ve<lne».day Vlctori .1 nun. ing cl.*** are being accepted at 
Ing corps 8 pm open meet headouarter* 


‘ ^ ' Reglftrallona for both senioi 

I first aid clasi and home nura 
Vlctori.i niir»« ing cl.*** are being accepted at 
I open meet headquarters 


WANTED 

STANDING TIMBER 
OR LOGS 

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310 JOHVXON STREET U E^T 
Evening*. 3 1033 


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E ATO N'SHas Children’s School Socks 


EATON'S 

“Ben Hur” 


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\ 

IS (Holonlst Victoria, B.C., Su., Soft IS. 1955 

ANOTHER BIG BUY AT EATON'S 



4>Ccirloacl Purchase of Fine Bedroom Furniture 

m ji B Bedroom Suites 

MKIVI Limed Oak Finish 

^ . Ordinarily each suite sells 224'^" ^ 




Another Outstanding Value! 
the Simmons CHARMLINE 

Mattress 


Look at tho Money You Save When 
You Buy Your Bedroom Suite 
at EATON'S— MONDAYl Special, 3-Plece Suite 


You Gel a Luxurious Bodroom at Little Cost 

Because satons Made a 4-Carload Very Special Purchase! 

e Chanri Suitrg In sunny Hmod oak. hand niblxsl to Intensify Ihoir beauty 

e Handsome 4-dra\\er Mr. and Mrs. Dresser has a clear. kifiE'size mirror of plate Rla.sc 

e Modern Radio Bed has lots of <pare for books, radio, bedtime snacks, ash tray. Has 3 
sliding doors. 

• Red Sizes arc 1 6. 4 0 and .3 3 

e Chiffonier and Mr. and Mrs. 6*drawer chest are equipped with centre drawer RUidcs and 
decorative brass Imrdware 

• Take advantage of this EATON EXCEPTIONAL VALUE — furnish your bedroom with 
modem beauty today! 

• Also available with plain beds at 


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STORE HOURS: 9 o.m. to 5 p m. 

Wednesday: 9 a m. to 1 p.m. — Phone 2-7141 


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dAILY COLONIST MAGAZINl 


>h** MH'h a strl atid i< uan obvi<MiH 

lhal <*h** MAiilrsI Ihr* Kiivsiai) I.tky* 

Ummii. I<m>. hut. mH|i Miit* |»alr . . .? 


.'iwhitf j-ht* «.!•» poli»*». ^nd very 

I :« M\ in<t iMwilly (hat I 

Nfiot.id ukt* -M- «nil could take the 
t|f *'r . , o f*:ch tiid. 

w«>. *h:iU vsc say the begin- 
I. ' »• IS well the end of «iT.nelhlng." 

"And n<m \««u have them b-ith.** Uoh 
m .v\er»d ^vitn a ktrtn 


• ike ■•hiTpU*'! vNell. tliuM* .ire pie- 
revpilunofi et;k;' C/iregits you miytit 
viy. I I'm >afe ‘ Hr ountiuunl 

to lo-ik at •h«Mi lii-iUKhilulty l>idn't 
>••»! e .er iiear the st>ir\ •>t thuse lhin;:-s. 
Ik-h'’’ 

"No. I don't think * 

''i'ha>'« futmy. Im suipiisr.) Ki.io- 
oe-* hasn t told )*»u Site •«» tell it 
- ittd laugh It's one of m> favorite 
s<-irie^ ton '' 

*"1 le'gln to r*H'ognl/r Ihe tune, how 
d«*e- It 

J.ike -jl ■liiwn *i|iiie«l hi> dunk arid 
g.i/ed refiis'tively .it the leihng. Well. 
1 «M me ••et* n«*w ... it was four veara 
la I In rhe Mil ^>.>n after f'ran. es .*nd 
I l»**»'ame eng.i.^i»»l You know »inw she 
Is loout Imie kniiitkna> k-s like that. 
Wheoes.T I s.iw invUdng I thought 
aheM like Id .i:wa>H bought it for her 

II II didnd O'st too much." 

lioh immMisI. iitoking .it him w.th a 
vague smile 

‘ VVell. one .if!ern<e>n I hapiwtusi lo 
he pasMng this siii>p on I’herry Street 
wheie they .sold antique* and all .*urts 
of hrica brae, and i -saw these two 
Kasier eggs in the window*. I’d ne\er 
se»*n anything like there before, and I 
thoughi of t-'rancM. of course. That 
waa In Si'pirmber. l^think, and (he 
wedding waa ^ for (X'toher 25. 

“I went m and pni*e<l them I forgei 
now what he wanted for them hut 
then 1 nufU-eii thi* girl who s»*emed to 
Ire looking at them too A lovely girl. 
Total stranger 1 aaked her if »he 
w.mted them and .<(he Mid no. I had 
seen them fir*l and I must lake them. 
VVell. It waa ohvioux. of cirurw. that 
*he did w.tnt them, so I began to Instat 
that she take them. Thla went on lor 


\ A SHORT. 

1 


H"hs f.nie .issunu d an evpre-vsion of 
(n<.>K gr iviiy 'Ttiisciil ' he mIA 
. Is she -..meoiu* 1 knuw ■* ' 

"I h hill: ■ ' 

■ ,\*i.| Is she uIlT A lovely girl with 
uuhitin li.(ir and polr \eil"W eyea?** 
‘The ‘arm ’ 

H*»b exphuh^il ;nto UughitT. ‘Wen, 
1 11 he d.imn«*il. Jake la that how it 
le lily h.ippened* ’ 

Ves, Bob As simple a* that.’ 

! ■>“, Uoh laughed f.>r a moment, 
ti.fi) I^'h sat down and gared Into his 
•.'i.isji .still smiling ihoughtfuUy. “Weil, 
11 s a small wmlrl. Lsn t it, Jake?” 

Y»‘-, very small, but very nice. Can 
1 )i>u anoiher drink? * 

B>ib puaheii the slet've of hla sweater 
b«i K tu louk at Ills watch. “Well, t 
lion t know . . 

At (hat mtuiient (he door 'qiened and 
a ull girl with auburn hair and pale 
velliiw eyes came In. “Hello, darlingi, 
the women are back. How wa.n golf?“ 
“Oolf WAS hnc. how was Gabie?** 
Belter than guif.” Sthr cn>aaed the 
rm>m to KISS Jake, then turned to Bob. 
Hob dear I hale to run you off. but 
Krant'es is waiting in tite car. double 
parked ' 

He po'ked up his « lub« and opened 
theii'ST. ' So long Jake. Enjoyed IL* 
<ee you next Saturday. Biib.* 

”’Bye Hobby,” the girl said. 

"So long. SU.’ 


AKE unlocHeii the door and 
pujUnil It hack with hi» Hnu. He 
luggbsl a large sack <d grtH'ene* 
irt the crook i-f »*ne arvo and car- 
rieil a bag ot gulf cluba un the 


a nl«*e oin» Tli.irs the .me Ibil keeps 
you Cuming .ha.'k. I( w nka like a 
hex.” 

"Well, it w i» a be.iuty >if a Irive 
juat the -Mme. ’ 

”Pure link. dJidn'i hit ainither one 
like it all .iliernoon.** 

Bob looked at his w itrti ig.iin "I 
womler whaj's keeping the wiv»*s ” 

”No telling Maylie they sal through 
it twice; you know how lliey both aie 
about i;able " 

“VVhai a he ,jo( we haven ! g.it?’ 

"Big ears,” 

Jake swt(<*n«kj on the ridio and 
turned in a ••ershwin revupimg. 

”Jake. wnal are i.h«»se things, any- 
how?” Bob was .slatuimg before the 
firepUce novy and .he uidi<ated two 
small, egg shaped pUves of Mue glass 
on the mantel. 

*Th>e man that <old th.en to me -or 
rather the man that *«dd one of them 
to me said they were Kussian Easter 
eggv” 


"rhey re put here vei “ l»r ■akl. hik- 
ing an»uMd the ro»*m 'Vurne in. B*«h. 
wr ve lime lor a drink 

Rob (.dloweil him in also bui.lened 
with g'df clubs which he pr*-pped 
against the wall Jake went cn 'hi 'High 
to the kti«,ben. "Make your>elf at 
home while 1 mix a r«niplr.' Iw called. 
*y.iu w ml Uhls or plain'” 

”ho*la. pie.tse. J.isr. Hub gUinreil 
at his watch anti iit.sseii the r«K>m to 
tile big wuidows ihal l•s■Keti dttwn on 
the scteet ^^e^«nlly Jake teturned 
with twt> tail glasses, H»ttMiH'k ore 
ami raiaeti It. ’ Here’s to mote drives 
like the one you got oft on the ninth.” 

Jake grinned. ”I*uie liuk B«*b. It's 
hke fishing. Y«>u li^h all <ia> without 
a strike anti just wher vou'rr .«we.iring 
yvu'll never go again, bingo, you hang 


Do you thts ^€Och^ No, <t's not Lor>g Beach, nor 

IS it on eoHy picture cf the Mirocle Beoch oreo. This one is 
much looker tnon e*ther— yet sttM in this Province. Pictured 
from the o r obove is port of the 40-mile-long stretch of 
$ond running south frem Rom Porn, to TI-EII, on the eostern 
coost of GroKem Ulond m the Queen Cborlottes. Not easy 
to reach from the Mo-nlond, this oreo stil! hos much to offer 
the vccot(vtrv.r Over o wide oreo behind the beoch huge 


sond dunes roll for miles. Streoms offer steel 
fishing The surf here is one of the few pieces 
fishing IS possible in the surf At low tide, co 
for miles on the hard-pocked, smooth sand, 
this writing no officiol word is ovoilable on water «• oture 
for swimming. For more about th»s interesting ion, see 
the article ond pictures on Peget 6 ond 7 of ' u Islander. 


ond trout 
re solmon 
drive 


ON THE 
INSIDE: 


TV Plum 
For Woyne 
— Page 4 


This We«m'i 
Profile 
— Poge ^ 


Journeys 
Of Cy Peck 
— Page 2 


1 7 fiaiiy (EolxmUt Vklena, B.C., Saaday, S«t(. lA !*SS 




Coming, Going 
Of Cy Peck 
Seldom Dull 


Old Homes and Families 


VEARS BRING CHANGES 


Early Victoria Welcomed Theatre 


■\ 7 TOKIA, in th»* IX4»iK ua.s vfarvjn^ for < 
’ ami f‘nl«*rtainmt nt. It vva\ an tmf oMi 
am] tniirine i‘om|iani(‘«i st'ldi.m i-uim* h»*ri 
('uinrr haitn't l>**rn lM»rn. Ili»*rr no Si-al 

s|M*ak of; it «a*» a distamo rrom San Ira 

III Ajiril .•! Wo I’:; 

lam-oln u ii. 

>'ord-> Tfii-.iur W.;;.. pMiv* it o 

b<>olti ii file prc-n If- iffr’ 

brulu< f V: t.-.r; ..f 1h« fJ: • w . , 

even *;ieiiU*i Kiiw M. 1<... '• -Ui: 1 . -• 1 >«- t*: . 1 : • 


lull ii >qui’ 
lh rriui-. 


»• .un lU .» \< fy 
! ' pit'lrvv.t.ii •* 
i’lxli-y lidi) 

■‘•>r mmn mm. 

1,1,1 

i*.' - Iron -i, 

v’leat hii 1,,.^.’ 
•■•Iron Ui- lhe;*f. 
ill hM\«- If ii 1^. 


Ry FRANK KK'HAKIkS 

T O rrHideoU of Salt Spria^ ULuwl. and to ail who 
travel between Uie t»laad ajxi Saanich PewiaMila. 
the Cy Peck, comniamJed by Capt. G. A. Maude, of 
FulfonI Harhor. m a familiar si^ht. 

Tiic v„ujid of the ve».ser» , . 

name in ii.eir rar^ .unjuien up wol.-hJnf one M.le an-l 

vi-ion. ..f fl- hHffW.. Iked Utile observinu fhc other 

•hip *• ■ lie* In her m-Kfiing^ * truck 5J<'Wly climb-i off the 

at rulfor.i Harbor nr a.« ,he and Uie . limb 

auml- the loftv pier at ^ • •^^‘P «ne The ^h.p 

The seasoned • i^pi-i'ive lurch an.l the 

. h.u her tied up at 

ea. n p..T ^.metimen dwarfetl complain- quietly F.i< !i 

the i,nilwr» of the wharf at P**”*' *" *»>'• ru»lP ^^'''urv a* the 
low Iitle and at other nme^ a 

vertlable -,ant atVAe the (ang *• '< reluf Unflv .Iraw . 

the wetphi o\-er the hump 

Ttf the recuUr iravrller the P*^**>^- 
trip la '»t>e of runmnt; aboard The -tranger h*5 >et seen 
at one end wpendinf a plea«anl nothinf! to sive him an in*<j;ht 
half bmir m Idleneaa and then d»e ch^iracter nf the moinr 
runmrur <»ff the other end of lea\1nE the ve^vl 
fh** \e«*el. Not »o the leaa The neat departure l« a ve 
aeavtned hicle of the Ivpr that U Invar 

The fumiairative -iranger to taWy Irtclmled In the car ad- a- 
tite ferrv trip amvea from "many others to rhoo^-e from " 
North Saanich by way of the An earellem moiur rar and the 
wiixlinr rtad, with if« ovfe pr»c»e and Joy of lt« youihful 
Itangine trees and pr*»mtva of owner, it Is. nevwthele^a an 
the vitrtit of the wharf around ofod one The driver appears 
• very comer Flnallv he re»chea to have difficulty keeping ht< 
the hill which leada to the motor «ou»g For a moment .»r 
water The tide l« out arwl he fbe acream of Its mech- 

attributes ri.'tea to a 


the I'l •ic.i 
InU* ili-' 

lAcktHl I Ilf. 

man *•=!!■! 
coin had • 
at the \. 
AiKhhi'i I 
will! 
d»M*h 
die II. 

And ^tlli 
attt ‘•ru- 
which ri 

the i‘! •. . 

patewai 
ham « <11 • 

Ini" Ihf I 
lollv. 


"I Hit. V, • 
ii'Oinni' I 


Hll.l . 

Till ajiim.ll j 
' !k .Thfl t 
Jtii ijlitiE ; 


'J-HK Si. .■mpan>ing photo- ^s-^vh whK'h inaugura ■ 
^ graph- Illustrate the ad- pa>-cnger and expres.s seiv> 
vancemenf made in seif pro- on the i’\R line frum Vj*.. • 
peiled rail molorcuach design I- the t’uwichan Lake distru' 
(hat has taken place during fhe via Sucke on October 13. 
past jj >ears The other is the Klpaaser.^' 

One shows No 15813. the .TS hp Budd dieitel ran 
pas.senger gasoline propelled whi. h ^mveo i»o the IsU- 


anlcal 

crescendi' and the driver listens 
tevfnglv to ensure that nothing 
ts missing 

^owly he resputsi* to the 
frantic signalUnr of the mate 
who has been patiently await 
Inf his departure The driver 
brings lus vWucle to a position 
as nearly dead centre on the 
deck as he can. Then he doses 
his eyes, treads on the gas and 
like an excessively not«y rocket 
xhooCs sky'wards The oar leaves 
the grsnind as It hits the gang 
plank For several yards It is 


aim: • • . .1 1. - 

Ihfiii;;’ i • I 

avvj- f.; • 

V\ e !• ,« I I hi 

“The NLiw. I>... 
Macx.1 W 
trv-'i- / « .1 II 
Thiirndv ke 
troupe hfi* \\r 
state m.irle 
give a few JW-; 
VicUUi.i i 

dep.iit ' : I 

It) IIm^ til J{.r 

loLikiiig . 
whole t. w n I ... „ 
tliem *'ii- - 
W-ere -I :i: 

The Ifl.-* of It 

lIjM.n w«ime>. .'f ♦ 
nerev ..a i . . 

The ...^1 

dtemeni ']..«n.ii 
tmup. Thr \.-ui; 
Ing to ■ *» . 

wer «■ . : I 

Thomtlsk.' 
day bv 

A nu.'..:;,; "f ie-> 
on Brijilr.-! \i ; 
the la?"!" - ..f 


built several years before the wneelv are -lUj spmninj 
cy Peck ('apt Maude and hit the rar hits the hump T 
mate inspect the relation be- -mell of rubber in the . 

tween the height of the vetucle the driver m>w Aul of a 
-M the height of the super telling herself that Jus 
structure It is apparent to the v. ^.n'l ck> any harm 
«diaer>eT tliat not only « its The next three to lea 

removal Impossible but that it ,i.„,^irul in thdr p 
could never have gut in there rhe> are notmai cars, 
learmgiy sa tt tands The car *" ’**** place without Incident 

lurrhea first one way then the The driver and swasr.per get n>e monotunv Is r 

other skisring down to about out of the truck and add their again bv the departurr 
40 miles per hour l! climba the v»ew-r to those of the irew middleaged couple Th 
ramp In a roar of exhaust. Finally the swamper climbs on i-««(hes the hiMnp m a 
valves and elderly machsmrk to the uilgate and into a posi riot quite positive mannt 
The mate wipes his brow and tioo from svhlch he can *ee motor fail* abruptly 
turns to the next above the irui-k. Slowly fhe mianeni it appears that li 

CAVT BF THKRK truck moves ahead The swamp ruH .ner the few feet of 

A truck of gargantuan pnx ^Vou*«nr'’l.kT^.;-'H;r'rr.- »*** 

pirnons K staialing bqneath the « 

supervtnicture of the ferry a ^ 

casual glance suggests that it effJT^Tnd the truck J"' r^verae. T 

was built there on the ship he V. okcrs are not amused 

fore the upper deck was added. dudfc and some climb on 

A further inxpecljon Indicates hardily awi 

that the truck was prohahly ^ '*" Tbe> .re wxve T! 

- iifim-i I. I. ^ P-rtmg guest fails to r 

Ai^llpb Next to leave » a new car Hi- car swings rideway 
> E'ery »p*>i of chromium pUiJ'ig • «m' il-eif again? 

. ^ H Til. .Inver climtw out I 

Jg> . w • vfi k-oks new it smells new . ,t is ,„.arx half embarrassed *n 

Wt 3*.v .1-r 1, d lo .a'murvMTjlp t 

•* cletermmeij at all m.mncr That it* v>methln, 
I • lM*r mr is not de-'.neil tu hap|s-ns hi him every dav 
' deten.irate rapHliv ^ 

Th.' the 

»»*** motor running n..w amused .vs 

a F k <■> -UghUy faster th.in la »tnctl> ers heave at the rar and 

I^'es.sarv. the ,r cN..r the hump The 

'(Hutch and lar moveN slowly vwh>- V to leave the ferr 
forw.tnl draws up 

canel> but it the and ,r o< 

, >‘h vtjtcU. 7*he t,, 

, ;;ar)gp|,--‘: « bar to Its pro 

■f’^" where his P, 

I racing anti tt>e clutch sfi;: nearly He learri.T,! v»rs- 


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!• ■ that In- ’ ' ■ 

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• iM* It u.- 

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...s W--0? udh 
- cuMiiif Vn> 
r.'l honir 
« haifvi r even- 
• f them? 


r I - •• how."'-" 1he\ 

‘.fficul apptov.ll the 
-r an.l !•!' ktdv •- 

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tfcs. in -L--- weie ■ f 

iTivt’ed tr» <Hivi-rr.fr.crit House 
H S' Wt- iniJersi - .nmlhli.,: for 
• »*.r:itfiral p* . ' h'- 

■ pUvers to lie ,>i.*tiss| 
(•. \ i. . tce.i! pr<*M- . 

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Panama Canal's F.^re Lifted 


iiCeHr Wfi 


... t ii.n 

■rpl:mer» ... she 


i et»mp 


-mrvh of 1 


rip a' ff’c -v 
manager agei.f « ’ 


.ng mllliiaiv . t 

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of rex* thrssvi 

ami hum ‘ I !.»• 

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rerr -ikal'i'- '••n 

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in ibe r • ‘tT-a Orn. Tire nnt: 

em*n to cr Ilajee in»«. t;„ .---v. n y»»i 
p. vsa;-e of shlje r-1 all r.i'i CaT. 

('-•w. /f*ne h <-altr«l rtre pr'.'*\i •‘•tv 
1 l^v- rw- s4S'n Thr Ic« ‘ - 

fiv-.aii enrt> ut in Ilf s| b« 

• -f thr ot»*ra(<M- o1 if" nur'c 
>• ;«.e uc.LiiUig a.s .-.i -.-Jj a _ tns: 

an inc fsjge of lia p''s')R *‘ aie ref 
Uun.t‘<^ 'cfo tru.ks »•> ifa ■- ' it » 1 ir 


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Caloiitst Vkioru. B.c 





Following Own Advice 
Gives Writer Vacation 


By KKITH M. SMITH 

KLL, I w»W Kither that, or the too-bri»-f Rllmiw* 

hiie Kalhering material for thofw* “Ser Mr*l 


" of our^ » 
a liaflkrrinK morr. 

At aa> rat**, wb**!! holklay- 
oor thijiK to do — 5^ >an«-ou>rr 

ffi4ny oiiirr t*-? de<»dcd 

w 1.. >r rl«. ou'.i.^M *a>: iarr.p- 

Intf r» 'i#* ae bfuu»{ht t^>rr**b> 

■'* t » I-. huge succena. 

«« bu^MM* to l*Und» ^ 

DMiiy iH 'f - ■oo saying that b»rth<ta> and Ch^^I T 

aut-* -’.uiia. but lra'*Kl), 'aiUi the coming year .r.- 

■ iaiT»ii> group ••! five <nol mu.it be obtained within the v^J ■ 
< ihe rt. a ruide»l in family with camping in mind. >uu 

Ii,ilid 4 . wovild nave been loo Weve never been much of a * 

family for cleaning up a rake H 

. at one silting Cona«*queally mg, 

I .: j i-amj.** » T\»« ihii year we divi led our time •"ib‘1 

u,„. ■.'■"> >'2' , T.'*,; b..lv.«.n two pla«... 

,r r . ....1.WO hu;. -;^n to Lub ^ 

arul : : '*■ .air,|.? _ .. j \pafb and ottier trips 

flail •' 1 Uie la'U.Ht ...iin ha«J • 

QfV'T under i mvrt.s. but One of the h*w iul«- 

w.uii.g t- U'Ve H a try. holiday plave^l a hig p, 

. , . _ *ufve*i.N “We don': 

S.. .m kind fnemla we b«r 

ru^M.! tin^ necc*a*iry iituipm.-nt ^ or d*. any 

Ur.ti deeping b*.g. a^ the 

time. rv*^i«l. - 

f»k.. , we rental / to^wherewen g. :: 

trailer. W.. ilorkr. up with food _ ^ 

Ih-r would be »-os> lo P«1P«"- restful 

a« |.Mf ird ntui" ‘^e rnd rwm. 
a Mtim-MT Ilf ihi...;: we d oiner- Tlius 


'■j'lle tremendous foroca tin- 
pi'Ukmed wtthm the alum 
hold p*jtentlal power for both 
di>irructive s!«il beneficial ac- 
tinii. Canada, possessor of 
one of the world’s ‘holiest'* 
nuclear reaclots. is using her 
atomic kr>ow huw lo r.pon new 
ttorizons in ihc |t.=-*eume ap* 
plications of nuclear enetgy 
and rndioai-iive Ifutnpeh. 


me aroiiml for the Sniithi* Uiere wiw only 


Only by a sllgh.i stretch of Ihe Imaglnaiion can this picture 
be linked with Ihe acYompanying article Here a sample of 
atomic or ‘hot hamburger is held by Dr. H Norm.iii HiK 
l>»rry. deputy dusetor of Ihe Argonne Naii-nial Laboraiory 
at Lembni. Ill where large scale e.xpcnmenif ne under 
way to study li.»* effects of gamma radiation un f*«KU and 
««!her m.iieii.il M.iking a check is Miss Kulh Juvinull. U 
U believed that A proce>sed f(*ods might remain fn*sh m* 
.definitely witl-out refrlperallon. Now mighini that be 
hidoful to ciimi' «r> of the fulurer (Cenlral Hn-w Canadian I 


The liny bullet^ of roiiJ<»ac- 
livity produced by ihe rc.ic* 
Iti:--. of Aiumic Kneigy of 
Can.i'id Limittni. at Chalk 
HiuT, l^fiiario. create i:cvC 
Ipols fur industry -.gruullure 
and ml‘•lldlle \Vnen ordinary 
SUbstdi.w. SUili iodine salt 
and -. -diali are suhje^'ted to 
the inicnse bombardment of 
neutrotm in Ihe nuu'rele 
shi»*ldi*d .NRX realtor, they are 
i-.inveited to radioaclive iso- 
i«.p *s which have wnie appii- 
c.itnms in studiO' of disi-aie, 
plant growth, and in Die \le* 
letliun of hidden flaws in 
Ria«.'him*s tanks and castings. 


g :.:hI we went camp 
g>» the re-i of the wav 
t . tr..«i Ihe BC Foresl 
int all of our 

Dieir picnic -iles 
ik- vte macnlluent. and 
^ g plai'e to tell 

, un behalf of a hmt of 

•"* . impc:-. Iiom all -.cr IhU 

prnvii’pe ff-m uiher pn-vimt's 
I have to mat^v of the I’mteil 

ithing. at 

'Tf- 'ok M U h>r the wonder- 
fill job vo i re doing '* 
mpui.'ion „ur Jaiish start, we 

found tk-ii the Twin Fns piciilc 
we dW nut iLtsh off «te. ric’ii ^•»•‘>idc the entrance 


Lady this rock hell c.it it and not 
[boihi-r >uur boxes. 

•Thank ys^u."* 

our *i*Q jjyj. knowledge Ihit note 
r our land Die mouM»i ••urvived the 
ready •-iming and going of five seU 
p-isie ^ ^ campers 
ig in HA.MIV “HO-MF** 
full. We made Uule Qualicum 
croas Fail* uur “home" tor the rest of 
iiap- -'ur trip During the day we 
back might lake off h*r Quahciim 
Be.sch, or Paik'-v;.-.', or Cam- 
the cron Lake or Fngli.shman Kivcr 
ro.-id, Of Caiheitral Urove Kir 

■ had we might «tndl around our own 
the park's trails 

Or vve might du nuihmg al itlL 
The childien Mncl we b«jr- 
rowed a fourth for the last four 
days fiom Vuiona friends who 
joined us for a vo*»'Kendi st»on 
tiad playmaiei in adjoining 
camps For Du in* it w.is all 
'lush** I'm : Tiy. but the ex- 
prr ,:..n is their^. 

They swam, ihey e\plon*d. 
Diey Invented w.v.-|s i> pe pam«*s. 
On one n •lable «fav nur camp- 
ing neighbor f'N>k the bo.'S 
hor**e»»ack riding 

Ore evening our two camp- 
Hites got logeDier f«>r a marsh- 

mrfllow roast .in»1 • -a song, and 

another evening we r<--stM 

wien?r= over the c.smpfire for a 
fine hot dog ssijijM'r 
The weather behav«‘d beauti- 
fully We had only one rain- 
wf were still ^all a downp -ur that caught 
•amps-ite. we Iti Qualirum ViM.igc at 5 p m. 
wed known *nd lasted tint'' »t...,it 7 How- 
1 Uorld War ever by fit'*- we were bark In 
had seen only cur camp *»ning down in the 

jeaia l-asl fent to a sopp<‘r of liver and 

weweiednv *au«.sge fried potatoes and 
eied Ihe oub pc^^ »i'r'‘tvet! quite 


A tivhnician in a research laboratory at Chalk River wears ful prottH.live cloUilng. Including an air s 4|iply mask, while 
handling toxic plutonium alloy. The material la handled in a “drybox** ilefti but pro!e»-iivf clothing i:- » m to pievent in- 
lutlnlion of any pankU's which might csc.ipe. The plutonium is dangerous only If it enters the body. I k Rivet '* newest 
research tool, the NRl' reactor, to be comph tcfl In lkS6. will h-ive advanced jt‘soa|ch faciliUes and wiU oroduce significant 
quantities of plutonium NRl' will supplement existing NRX and ZKEP reactom. 


The most glatni a «->»ntil- 
bution nf Canadian atomic 
iw.ergy lo modi, loe ha;, lu'cn 
the t..|;dt beam therapy unll. 
which has stolen Ihe limelight 
from radium as a ch*siro\er 
of >-rtiHvr cell:- 


Swedish Beauty Loves TV Role 


Here wc could Inuk 
trader right In off t* ■ 
and here D ^ ^old cami 
their first tr-sl putnng up 
ten!, it stayed up, t-. > 

: f.lm. Ihe hca.. » P'"'.-''. >; 

luv'e pul everyone in the tent 
uan ciocsn t have n„( from the outset the 

w off her natural , ;.ddrcn elected the trailer as 
<\ blond hair Is their bedroom Since Dial ve- 
a d.itk wig. het hide's t.iilgate doulded in day 
’.:re Is d: -go t iim»* as a wash table- 'liild over 
even a Chin*-so .i folding I’anvas the 

{•ur:- her class,, trader proved a mo«.t helpful 


fi 


('a r adian it>-iM.'iry has 
I.-.. ..-d lo hjdiesi the ln\--- 
i.tv.s of =--"Opes iiv enn- 
liitiuie lo mere effii'lent pr<e 
d'li'tion Isoiopt'H Oi-w help to 
tyudn'l qualiiy in fiapcr 
manvif.u turiiig .stid to search 
out minute lm|»urtDea In 
chemical* -Sful Ihe list «,f 
new usex for l«oti,p«»s in in- 
dustry and agriciiliure Is 
grptwipg almost daily. 

TudfiV. wlih an expanded 
reiM'arch programme and the 
n*‘W NRl’ reactor scheduled 
to go into opt'raiion In 1956. 
Chalk River* atomic scien- 
tbits In eollaboration with On- 
tario Hydro and Canadian 
(ieneral Bet trio, are going 
ahead «n a project to build 
the naiion’.-i first pib"*! atomic, 
power plant at Des Joachims. 
Wlien completed In I5*3>t. the 
prototype power reactor 
k nnum a.* N PD Nuclear 
power Demonstration w-ill 
have a prospeeDve power out- 
put ol lOOOO to JiOfiO kllo- 

wbMs eJiVtlM- 

To power planner*, already 
hard piessed to meet the 
neeils of Canada’s rapidly ex- 
panding industry, atomic en- 
ergy may be the key Ui sup- 
plying demand* where new 
hydro sites or convenDonal 
fuel* are not available. 


di.Hh me 

atme %'nuigasbort! 
with iHT sexy n 
bi II" a scries 


at Chalk River la 
on and Canadian 
20.000 kilowatts, 
the dexfgn. opera- 
mill* j>er kUowait. 


NRU reactor, sh'— n here under con.stiucliun. I* scheduled to go inio ofe-ialion next year, 
to utllwe heat rel# ,.scd In reactors. AECI^ in co-of>eration vnih Ontario Hydro Elerinc 
t;enei-al Electric ‘ ■ mpany Limited, will build pr.iiutype atomic power ‘‘lation capabl 
Though pilot plant will not produce electric p«.wer at cnmpclinve coats it will give valua 
lion and cost of using atomic energy In power stations. Target la to pi***luce p<iwrr at i 


U.S. Bosses Popular in Britain 


,,.■ 1 , *ix pki lun^s of 
p and a twoday 
n ii Ip to a mount'im 
U for a !'•*- 'tiable 
;; credit. The motto 
U “be happy, m 
monthly |»aymenu, 
ble memories guar- 


ANAGRAM 

ANSWERS 

Here are the answers lo ana- 
gr.xm.s on page B: 

X.N31JVS <C> 
X.V:4K*K<iS t») 

uaxycna (t) 
3<a:.idsv 
OrUD.SV 41 1 

Bs-s— *g »t asO BTAaicsu. laa j, 


comment. 

French bu.*H*M got the low- 
est rating. Their seiretanes 
said they are a* oJtN.if and ira- 
ptusonal at work a* they are 
paasionate knd pleasant uut- 
siile the business premi^ea. 

ia/UiOb!*4el e-.9clt,L.|n>. 


“Amencan bosses are by Americans are generous, 
far Die best.' women score- ea*y to hart'Ue and posse*_ 

lanes in London d«-clare wiib Die art of bnghU-r.mg up 

one voice. Secretaries work- after work, the i:;;s ea- 
uig for foreigneis were ai»kt*d plamed. T7u-y are lomradcly 
which onea were best lo work and atlenlive toward all. the 
for. They nearly unammoua- lowest paid help as well aa 
ly chose VS. boasea. Wp personnel, was a frequent 


pf ir>- an 
of the f 
18 ea.*-> 
L’nfmgei 
ante*v| ' 


Mblo. Mi4rl4 > 


A.MTA R&BUtii 


Daila Colonial ''‘'•"'a. * »“<*• 


M (EolOHtJt VWlecia, t-C, S«aiaf. UfL 1»6 



SHOW WITH JUDY 


Wayne Catches Fall TV Plum 


By MABOAKRT MrMANV.S 

^ KW YORK N Y. — David 

Wayn«. former »ur ol the 
Pulit/er prlxe innlnc play. 
**The Teahouse and the August 
Mfx<n. has caught himaelf one 
of the plum« of the fall tele- 
VMton aeuon 

lie will co-«tar with Judy Gar* 
land on the hour and a half 
CBS- TV Jubilee color show, Sai- 
nrday, September 24. a hen 
Garland will make her tele* 
Vlaion debut. Aa apecial guest 
and emcee of the show. Wa>ne 
will do the famous tramp num- 
ber with the star and perform in 
a skJt being written for them. 

Wayne aaid that he and Mtas 
Gariand are old fnenda and that 
they have wantetl to work tee 
gelher for a long lime. 

**We almost made a movie to- 
gether once,’* he said. ”but it 
didn’t come about. Judy's a , 


It f 


DAVID WAYNE 


broke out. he volunteered as an 
ambulance dnver with the Brit* 
ish Army in Africa, while the 
United States wa< still neutral, 
and later Joined the United 
States Army, in which he was 
commissioned a lieutenant. 

"I ve done a little moving 
around In my day.'* he said, 
sluing at ea.se In the old-fash- 
ioned sitting rnum of his opun- 
trj' home, with ds book-llneil 
walls and bhek fireplace 
"That's one of the reasons why 
I'd like to settle down here and 
grow some roots." 

The Waynes are renting their 
house from a New York drama 
critic, but they Lke the town of 
Westport so well that they plan 
eventually to build a house 
there. 

"We have too much of a 
household now e%er to think of 
living In .Vew York City again.” 






JUDY GARLAND 


7. Iheie is a French poodle 
4 Crock, two cocker s|mi.icl 
' pjes. Dr. Johnson and Mr. Boo- 
well. and two cats, Peturiia and 
Fluffy. On order is a (k-^entad 
skunk, especially for Timmie. 
tOMMt riNG KAsV 

••You can see why I'm ckng 
to be 1 ci.mmuler," «aui Wayne, 
Oa a pro<ession of rhiuiren. In* 
eluding neiglibi.r*- . r.ildren, 
d-*gs ^ cat» p<>pp«ti i; :..J out 
of .Jo.-.rs, \van«lere<i m Irlendly 
fashe.n, through the --ittinff 
ro*)iTi out to the terrace and to 
[ the -wimming pool ht\<.n.J. 

’ F‘-*rlunately, ctimn.uimg is 
easy for an actor." hr s„jd. 1 
can take the 5 o'chK k train to 
the city and come our nn the 
11.35. Mtich simpler ihrm fora 
busine«man who ha« to buck 
the ni.sh hours.” 

Anil should the curtain flla 


5^ chine lo do thl» with J-onwdy «.r,c .nd ho to b, country p«P>.- the twin. Ucllnd. and Su^n. |„, the "2 10 

her. thouch actually It com« “>*• *«*''' to .Mra. Wayne, a,cd 9. and »n, Tlmimc, aged ^ „„ 

at a bad time for me.” "i to do some tele- ' 

AIMS TO DO BEST ’ “i "'>"' »•>'> •P”'” — 1 

LONG-TAILED JAEGER 
REAL AERIAL ACROBAT 

do^g hl.s best wnrk. *fftcult to achiese excellence “ i 

,, , bjc.j.gugikt 

andf^J^vlesbecaw'lheyare Umg-Uiled jaeger in jjvenile p lumage (Hunc aboir) c|„.se|y reru-mWes 

mediums by which to ^ ps^itic. prexiouiUy described. .Moulting adulU of these two 

the ficTision show rrwch the ma.ss audience, "bul »peoie.s may also be confu.sed in the field, bat in typp-al full plumagrd adults (at 

■Ordinarily I wouldnt care satisfaction In the enter rr*t. below) the loag ceotrml UiJ feathers of the jaeger are dlsti»oti\ a* prulruiliag 

too much about takine on the tolnment world comes only se^en or eight inches beyond the rest of the tail. 

awwW arxl‘Sr\eJlwon -me long Uiled Jaeger has 

ao cktae together.” he said. ^ breathing the ^ j-i^arly d<*fined to flight is said to be few piet-es of dry gra^ biu ol 

•but how couM one pass up the *•"'* black cap. a whiter appearing *"‘ftor than that of the falcons. rm>A«4*s or leaves ate s<i.»ped to- 

opporfunlty to do this show CHALLgNGK breast, and it Lx a smaMer. more certainly their manoeu\T- gethcr in a slight holl. w . The 

with Judy Garlandr* j He sabi only in the theatre slender bird than u the para ability is something to be mar birds are very coui:. 5 ;.-.^us bi 

Bt>iY SK.\.sON* toe creative powers of an siuc. Differencex occur also in *Twlsttng and turning the defence of the 1,4 •-woop- 

It Inoks like a eery busy fall challenged. , the bill.^color of the legs and in pursuit of a tern call.x for ing d-wn at the intnut. i ..r fly* 

and winter for Wayne. As soon “to H/»Uywood an actor is color of the primary .xluifts. but ocn4batlc skill of the highest ing sttaight at hs- fjt-i- and 

aa the movla. *TY>e Four Sea often asked to do only what he these, as a rule, are difficult to ^^cee, and the Jong tail, as turning nr nsing just in nme to 

aoM,” y completed, ha wlU re* b** done before. He can sur- see m the field *• toe parasitic, excel In tniss -tr;king him. After the 

tom to New York to go Into by doing the same sort of In adult plumage long tailed coding the lem of its prey. >oui:g are hatchcil wever, 

rehearsals fora new play. 'The P**'* **'cr and over again. He Jaegeiji occur in a light color species nests along the lhe>* bet-jme more tautfus and 

T^mder lieart.” scheduled to 1^'t expeded to do something pha.xe only, differing from both coast lines of both hero seldom :ipproach wirh.'t gun- 

open OB Broadwiy in January different, or better Gradually the parasitic and pomanne Jae- '^pberes, la>lng two browm to shot. Jest they bel ay the 
or February. creative energy dies mod pro* gers m this respect Otherwise colored spev'kied eggx preser of young, u tich are 

David Wavne. who feels fesslonally. the irtor dies, loo.” this bird closely resembles the *blch are almost indLxtinguish- cleverly • hidden m Ihr grass.** 

strongly that veexatUlty Is the Wayrte, who lived in HoUy- parasitic Jaeger, hawklike *ble from ih©.«4e of the preceding Bent. :!i2l 

rsiforr of a theatrical person, w'ood for four years and now flight, hooked bill, predatory on ^Pccies Of ihi; bird’s n*"'’- Bent 

la the best argument for his “'^bes his home here, said he the breeding grounds and para UOURAOKOUS BIRDS writes that winter m-«.rftx io 


way.” he said. ”to start work on 


Wayne said he likes telcvisivn 


a movie, but now we’ll postpone ^ because they are 

the movie rehearsals unlU after only mediums by which to 
the television show ‘If ‘“‘Itonce. "bul 

-Ordinarily I wouJdnt care “^tofacilon in the enter- 

teo much about taking on the tolnment world comes only 
movie and the leleviaion show ^e performers and the 

ao cioae together.” he said, ^ breathing the 

•but how couM one pass up the 

opportunity to do this show THEATRE CHALLENGE 
with Judv Garland?” ■ He sabj only in the (heatre 


esseoce of a theatrical person, w'ood for four years and now flight, hooked bill, predainry on ^Pccies Of ihi; bird’s n*"'’- Bent 

la the best argument for his “'ahes his home here, said he the breeding grounds and para UOURAOEOCS BIRDS writes ihal winter m-«.rftx io 

own theory. He wor^ in the plans to make only a couple of sitlc on gulla and terns to se- ‘The nest is usually placed on ''cry ,ind In 

theatre. In the motiof^plctures movies a year. cure a large part of its food. some slight elevation on the flat 

and In television, has played Married to Jane Gordon, a The sp^ of the long tailed or rolling open tundra where a ®^toxh Columbia The known 

roles of fantasy, comedy and former actress, -and a very .winiermc areas in th;* hemis* 

drama. He also sings and **wxl one.” nkJ Wayne, he and phere are In Chile anil Argcn* 

dances. his wife and their three chll- tlna According to Dip vi me au* 

Remembered also for his por- dren live In sn early Aroericaa thority the longer* tied jaeger 

trayal of the leprechaun In the coJortlal house In Westport. winters in the ea.«iem hemj.x- 

Broadway musical ”Flnian's Conn., a -commuting” town, I j^f phere south to GihraJijt .tnd the 

Rainbow,- and of Eiudgn Pulver hour by train outside New ^rf Meiiiterranenn and or. the A.xl- 

bi "MLxter Roberts.” he has ap- York Wj atic sidp to the Kuriir NLinds. 

peered in such movies as "How ALSO ssrTATISTKTA-V ^ to fall migration wp h.ive few 

^ a Millionaire- and a Midwesterner, bom David Sf r^rds from the ln»e. , r from 

-Portrait of Jennie • McMeekan. of Traver. aty ; W '"'^k toe west mast of Va* .-.or Is- 

^L^year he starred i^-Nor- Mich, raised in Bloomingdale. I f toe iliH.se U* 

{educated at Western State Col* lamls. 

pns.*« .ARt'HIvfFDP^ lege, Kalamaroo, Wayne studied^ 

In Baagalorr. a fivw .bu-slnevj .vdminUirailon. worke«l ^ 

year aid girl who had nevvr ** * statistician after he grad-' 


cane %m aeboel astounded her 
father wV« she aorreeted 
hhB ht a eermte mrlliimelkBl 
ope ration. 

Ybal w-aa 1< yeurs ago. To- 
Yka>. the young lady, named 
Shahuntala, l« enndng her 
living on the stage, where she 
reguinrty beats cuienlaUag 
nmrhteea and <4ertrxmlc bralna 

ha ertveslac the inoa* rr 

cuSed — tiunaaticej operw 
ttOBB, ^rhidMig the extrartieu 
of SB«nre am) esahe roe«a ^ 
Mrgu autnhers. SIw mto«b- 


fTeSe recHaia. 

Oe Vm 0 » twias. a«a TititiiBi r 


; uated fr«4m college 
, ”1 was a lousy .statistician ant) 

I wms also borct! to extinction,"' 
he said "After a few months' 
I knew t)iat was m-t for me. 1 ' 
had done some work in smaveur| 
, theatrical groups and in 1936 1 1 
ea.«f my lot with a Shakeepeare 
repertory company in deve-l 
land. ‘ I 

Actually, he said he had no 
real bad times while getting' 
started h« a theatre. ”at least 
oot lor any long peiioda. There 
*'vrc some bean soup days, but 
I was lucky and there weren l. 
toe many." 

Wben the Second W'orhi War 





4 (Eolfmist Yktaria, 1C, Sunday, SapL U. IKS 




^Ulustraled by F. L. Beeba. 


This Week's Profile 


JTS a long lime since Miss Dorothy Reeves 

saw a hippopotamus in her garden, or 
dressed wounds made by a lion. 

But .she still thinks uf Alnca. where she 
was a nur.se for 18 years. 

She left home m England f*ir the first 
time in her life to be a nur^* in Uganiic. a 
day’s march from the Mouniain.s of ihe 
Moon. ’The >ear wa.s 192«. but fnum a public 
beolth standpoint it cvoiUl have been 17J0 

Disease wa.<« nle in the native villages. 
Sanitjtiun did not e.xi.**t. Fighting supersti- 
lit»us fear and Ignorani-e, Bhii-h liortors ami 
admim-strators tried in let some davhght 
into iheir comer of the Dark Uonfinent. 

BKKTf.KS IN' SOIP 

The nurses played their part In thLs cam- 
raign. timler conditjijrL' Uuii might have 
>th«Hked their routhors. Mivs Reew.s leame<i 
two languages, and iiardened lier-adf to some 
new experiences: lionv r«>armg in Ihe night; 
beetles m the .ujup; ratching the houseboy 
paring hLs toenaiN wall a - irving kntle. 

.Sie worketj for * time in a n<-paai that 
wa.s lighlcfi only by lanterns: where Hiey 
often depended on 'wamp waier'ramed on 
bearers' heads in gavolme tin*- and .«terilK*ed 
surgivat €*qulpm«’:;i -iver a pnmu- .stove. 

With these hiuhties. M. Iteevt- and 
others treated ill- that rant!- d from --pear- 
wounds an<l will ii tioctors’ hevi'*- to maternity 
cases complicated by sortnus di<w‘wse. 

EKES OUT PENSION 

Now the veieran nurse retired because 
her health l>r«-ki- Sown, live* in a trim green- 
and-yelluw imu*** on Ned stf4-»-t m Viitnna. 

bbe ekes out a British gMvernment pen- 
sion of S>K) a month by serving as a com- 
panion and driving chlerly people and Invalids 
around In her ImJe car. wlien such job* {S»me 
her way. 

Site made up her mind when slie was 11 
years oJd that she was going to be a nurse 
and go to Africa. The thought came Io her 
when she attended a m.-*ionary study circle 
at a Bapti*i| Church in Sherborne. Diirsei. 

Her mother wa.s opposed to the idea. ’Too 
nervous a < hild." she said. 

But Dorothy Reeves had an indei*emlenl 
turn of mind. After she completed her e.irly 
achoobng in '^herbome. and on a schr^larship 
to a sthoof in tv>n*he<ter. she t<aok vanous 
Joh.s bi-fore ^he was old enough to train as a 
nur>e. 




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that a larp*^ amount 1 ^. ^ever.il tunes 

as effeciive as a stii.tll aniouni. 

Some of litem .stnnvtM reluctance to fintsh 
a si*nes of injeiiu.rv I'h.-\ .-,ij:ue.l th.,t jf 
thc rHvMlew,- a^ p-vuir ij w.v.: tl.nmt-d 

to be. one jab w.ih it -.;:...uld Iw enough. 

l^KKKI.V MsITS 

The ho.%pital-. ha«l ou4«iati><ns that the 
nurve and doctor vi-..if,t „r.. o a wo<-k io si-r 
disiam iMtiems. Tlirre a ojiarge of one 
-tnlling each for inject!' ;:- acai--^t _ 

the only meitn me f<*r uh.. d a rl.u'ige was 
ma«Uv cm»p it wi--; dl • /ver«*«i that a nadve 
at an nut.Man..n had t.»-en diluting 
the meKitcme and a pm/it f.-r himself. 

A.S a result the medicine did 10 lives 

wem K.st. and the prestige of the tre.timem 
Mif/cr,- After that. M:-; H.ove^ suis-rvisod 
the injeciu»ns The improvement In Use pa- 
tients WJ-- wnnderful. 

Woman p.iiients often faded to return to 
Ihe h^“^pita| hoi a»i*ie their hu<*bands Inmi them 
for being away at .supper time, 

To cvpeitant nioU-ers uiw» returned to 
the rlmie rrgulnrly and t<*ok their m**d»cine 
Mks Reeves award<*d little pn/es: bouh*^ 
and sivuredobt shoe p..lish tins to hold their 
P»Us and olniments; tniie veviv made from 
tlie <li^'«rdod tops of Makings. f,,r their 
babie.s. 

KMMiGK.M IKS 

rhere were cvnereenclos. a.s when a man 
was brought in with sev.-ral yards of uues- 
ine hanging out. the result of being gored 
>y a buffalo. He had the mte>tmes bound 
to a dirty loin cloUi. The do. tor and the 
• diier nurxrv wen? away and SIl<- Re« ves was 
Ihe only European in Ui« hospital then. 

She summoned an Indian suba.vsw»ant 
*urg*hm mot a qualified docton who arrived 
on a hieycie from *»'\eraj miles away To- 
: • ih.-r they got the bowel hack imside and 
up the wound with a dnmac- tube 
to draw off Infcv ted matter. The "buffdlo 
'nan” lived. 

After MX years in mo Ion m. . 

IltTves entered the g..\emmc*Mf hn^pual ser 
»»T S'hr worked at i{.e g^.-vemment h. .mit.il 
In Mul.ii*o then went out a.s -.i-'er in rj..irge 
of varioL,^^ uut^talton hosppaL*.; Mbale. To- 
r-iro. Ginja. .Masindl aoj .<or.Al Ih-ima and 

A^ --m ax a pU<e U- m to o' >k • -v'li/ed 
•• ^•sf jritervsi in it and rcn-!*.<..-,} a trana- 
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!>‘>ROTHY B R TS 


O.N III K 01VN 

Her fali.er was a well known Croydon 
biwneivsman In the family firm of E F.eeves 
& lajin Lui They were a firra of hou*-e fur- 
nisher.s. estate agents, valuers and auction- 
eers. With s<*veral branches, including one in 
Sherborne 

When siic was 21 Dorothy Reeves applied 
to become' a nurse, and kept the rn-ws from 
her p.iienii unul a week before vhe enlerotl 
training at (.'n«ydon .s .Mayday Hospital. It 
ts her i“-.st that .siie hn.s neviT reveived help 
from ; -T f.*mily since. 

■'■i.c fmi<h<?d her training, qualified as a 
mmwih . and serveii for a time in a nur-mg 
h' luf near Harley street It wa.s a good 
g herme, wJ:ere all nurses had ecrtifi- 
cii: ■- One of the df.»clt-rs was the man who 
was to become Lord Horder. physician to 
the Kmg 

T7ien Mi-: Reevee Joined the Overseas 

Nursing A««»>»iation and left for Africa. 

.She spent her flr«t three years in the 
Churt+t Missionary :*»efy hospital at Mengc. 
under the fanxius .Sir Albert Cook. Few nj 
the n.stivv hospital helpers knew English. 
Miss Reeves had t*! begin at once studying 
the I.ueamia language 

I.A.\(*I AGE TROl BI.KS 

When idle muveii to anutlier hospital at 
Toro, near the .Muuntimis nf the Mcton. she 
had to learn another language, the lainynro. 
Here she ran Into words that sounded like 
Lugan<la but me ml * tmeihing entirely dif- 
ferent Her ■. sniggered whenever 

she s.sked them to r.sJ! iu>me<me. LJter siic 
f'lund out that sire was a.sking them to ’'kill.” 
not c.ilt. Lorkily, ihev did n«'f tak»^ her order 
literally. 

Africans survived Mi km-s-s .snd injuries 
that would have killed white pp«.>ple. But Ihe 
death rate was high. Casualties among the 
untiom and the newborn were staggering. 
Witlespread syphilis caused miscarriages, 
stillbirths, crippled and mentally deficient 
childn>n. 

Patients were Inclined to swallow a week's 
•i^PPly of medicine at one gulp, on the theory 


TRAIN I D N ATIVKS 

i’.irt of the job was helping train native 
h«.f..tal w. rker> At l.rst the bi v> came to 
■4ork in th4-ir ol.k-*t ra,-^ m, ; ric.-v. = man 
ageo to get trusn in;,.- wtni,. . 1 - which 
tlvcy hk.-d so mucti u.at U«ey teWt them 
iH.me They reiurmsj day J.xiking as 

lliough iiiej had jdept in an ash p.le 

.So Miss Reeves set up a coat room, gave 
each boy a number, ami fu .-,{ him if hi^ 
.•.-‘dl W.4> misunc. S;;-..:. the iff ., 
to KhMl Ihe buttons lu put on I’heir Sumlav 
w at-s they were fmed for ea. h mis-u.g but 
ten io<'. 

TTicj were simple. funJuung p=-.-,p:c with 
moral standards that did r.,.t me.v-u;c up to 
E«irt'pt*.in IdetuL *niey nevi-r thtugi.t i-‘i« v 
were d..ing wrong In lying, iheaiing or steal- 
mg. ualf.-4r they were caught, m whl.-h ca,>Hf 
they aaid: "The Ju.lgment f.ven.on::-- me " 

Patients wmre likv»jy to ba>Jtsh Je and re- 
turn to native me<tlclnes sometime.-; right m 
governm* nt hnspluls. Visitors carm* into lb** 
ward.* and literaJIy eampeJ on the floor, often 
.‘trying for days. They cviuldn t Ik- kept i.ui. 
They slipjK-d In-s.sntlary '>;iiw- cmdi.ine and 
fo-d to p.-itimts when the bit, k* of v-laff 
m« nihers were Uimeil -‘•men,-:!, - with /.jtai 
result* 

TA.SK.S \AU1ED 

Die hospitals wqre kept clean, but vlstton 
hn>ughl in a consBint .supply of < inre 

.1 week Die lion XMnL'iUrj.i. were >• M;;.-d out- 
doors and < leaned with a blow-l.imp, 

A nurses txMvs were varied: dre-sn.g lion- 
woun<ls or lembie bum« on a roan who had 
Uam trapisM tn a blazing hu); giving rmnii- 
nne to a sleeping .sicknexs patient: vainly 
trying to persua<k* a victim of witchcraft that 
there was nothing wrong with him. 

This last was wasted effort. If a "be- 
witched" person said tie wa» going to die. 
then he du-d But fear was abated w-hen a 
witch doctor entered ho-vpilal with a aeiious 
dUHtacie. and some of the patients learned he 
was powerle&a to cure himself. 

At Ciiija. one of the places wiiere Miss 
Reeves was stationed, the golf course liaa a 


unique rrmii..] rule It is the 
only r« in in» w, rkl wr.cre 
a player may hit tiw lull ->01 
of a hipi"- f^--‘iprint without 
Lwing perudi/i'd 
It was tierv tlut the hippi> 
o-ed to come tot* «■ Re. • 
g.irilen ami i-ai if* - 

LONG. IA>NE TUIPN 

.Several Gme* Mi-- Rt^wes 
had to go on long journey: to 
nurse government offiouiLs wh-» 
were lfK> ill to tie m< vpil One 
SODmiie drive in tu-r <*ar 
Misn Reeve*, ihniugh rhino .. .1 
elephant ccumrv. wnere she 
didn't see a wnite fa«e form-irr 
Ilian ion milc«. If the <ar had 
broken rk-wn. xhe would have 
been .stu« k in Ihe wiJdrm**— ;. 

She fvaw ieiiparrU ami Jions 
ami ihiii ks <*r will} ik-gs thniugh 
Die car windom%, Mc>[ipe<j fur 
«tubhom hanoiK'e<te and wart 
hog that stor'd m the muMl.-' of 
the roail; drove acn>ss nckety 
bamboo bridges and waitcnl 
hours to rairh ramshackle fer- 
ries. 

Her ear broke cV-wn with 
temjK'rary engine trouble which 
<he was able to *ei nght. and 
stalled for a time m Ihe mud 
Hut eventually sfie rmche^j her 
drsiinaiion. nurse»f a man with 
blarkwaler fever until another 
nurse armed to t.vke over, and 
got bark after some nervous 
moment* 

This w.i- only --rpe . f sev-ral 
such Jourmy KveriH.i-'v Mws 
Reeves herself hevame ilj with 
,»moehtr dysenlery (bravely HI. 
•he dp've 12 s mile^ from an 
outpost hospital, fixing flat 
tires and e*ira»iing Ihe car 
fr«>rn a «w.imp en rf-iite. .Seri- 
ous rDmplira)lon.s foll'-wiM. and 
she was medirally boarded out 
of the nursing service 

mt:n Toi rist 
Her health was pemunenljy 
affected. But since she did not 
complete 20 years' aervice. *he 
gets only a partial pen*ion And ; 
only the 12 years in government 


nur-- wrvue cv unt tew.ird 

the , : 'iiie MX >4-ar* -.a 

iru* i-L aic not in. 

cJii U ' 

Ac* - a keen tuunst. siw 
roaiJc a p>>iut tu travel by 

whi‘nevT*r pujv 
v'n he| |ieri"<{icul 
I' mv. . ! vhe has been 

arouni Africa iwi«-e. 

.•^be ^topped in Vamvouver 
w twri , 4r danger made 11 on- 
w:.-.: . g-» on with a projj-cied 
trip Ir ipan. Then *he «ett)e<l 
In ria. and got her savings 
out 4»f I .oigland before currency 
export I resirirted 
She - -wtiU resourteful anr) 
enerj: . t>iie year she tonk a 
Job w>' a Uhurrh of EngU»l 
nil--;;- ! moving through the 
■ JfUc »*s of the BC iroer 
ler t.s Reev»-»' job was Io 
drive i\e van. keep it in mr- 
chanU I, shape, piay the organ 

f«ir se ,.j Sunday si hools, 

and hr- in general 

Nowf --‘1 plans le go 

bai-k tc .:land next year Her 
re!.,'. are Diere. and she ha.s 
a hanjl .me living here cm Die 
small I nsion, even with the 
Jobs is able to get now and 
tJ-.en. 


RIK I ; I RATE UP 
Ai gh her quaiifleatKmi* 
are liiL i slse doesn I feel equal 
tn !h, tape and examina- 
ti'-;,- I t nurses from out.st^ 
muM . ihrougli to work here. 

, I she fir^t went to East 
Afrii'* o babies were bom 

d4-ad I i': every one that lived. 
‘I’lie ra ' of live births was 35 
Iicr ' Thanks to the work 

of ft"- .• devo(e<} medica) mia- 
.vionari^ as Sir Albert and l.*dy 
('(Xik. I Reeves says, the 
rate in ., ased to 75 per ceru (■ 
a gen ion. T-oday it Is ewa 
higher 

.She k|ows the country where 
she wo ^ >-d is greatly changev^ 
bul she I ten wishes she eould 
go back I "My heart Is aClU in 
Africa, be says. 


Bail!) (Galoniflt Vkioria, b.c„ s«pt i*. hss 




SUNDAY CROSSWORD PUZZLE 


HILARIOUS NOVEL 
TONIC FOR READER 


Aunti« U>e 


I F humor U ■ tonic for Ihr suttl, then 

hllnrtott.t ne%*' novel by Fnirtck Denni*. shouW provide 
rredrr with the e<|viivnlent of M tee*t one c*jve of tooic, 
forUfled with Inaehlne t»s. 

The irreverent. unJorgetteble ^ 
heroine of thi« g«y efcoipade 
vf ■ book should cnpiiveie the 
reader fr>»n »lart to flruih with 
hardly a let up. It* chronicle of i 
:hree decades of irrepressible ; 

American fails and living from 
Freud through the United Na- 
tions. 15 a hneht gem of comic . 
wit I 

Much >f the wit has the subl- , 
iely of .viapstick but ^ 

thr author also has a satirical 
rapier sufficiently keen to de- : 
flaie intellectual poseurs, sub- 
urban Balibitti with racial pre- i 
judices. middle - class taste. ^ 
southern arUlovTucy, bterary • 
amateurs, progressive educa _ 

tion and social snobs 

SPKll.HTI.Y tOMPA.MON 

In this not summer of a cold 
war world. ‘'Auniie .Marne* ha* ^ 
been as pleasant and sprightlv ^ 

a Companion a* anyone couid 
want. Thu mildly demented *. 

sturv managed to stand ''ik *"* 

promimmlly on the SatunJa> 

Review ; list of b«>oks being 
most Widely read and enjove*! ^ 
this week from coa^it to coast 
Chie of the characters in Mr ^ 

Dennis' bcxik sav.v >'f his here- 
me "I love Auntie Marne. 1 clvtln 
love her. 1 realiy d-». she i an 
iharm It;- bir\ls right out of the t 
But I im fnchtenerl 
You never know wliai she’ll dr- fjpa, 

• \t 1 cnean u« 11. ,| 

kn^'w When* is she now * I'.icat ab<jul 
:-avrri>” here 

The reader wilj love Auntie jinthx 
^iame aJs->. and will never know 
what he's up to m-xt. but will 
be •-i>rtslantty amused a.v weh if 
as ama/ed "tiieat he--»*n!>* u you > 
i vuilat-.^' • uelme f.jr e,ii n nf ,»ne 
Aur.i.e Mames j*r<'feah en your 


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Last Sunday's Solution 


|«OIJ*KN 

The dhya of rhivwlry are not 
iraS and a young Murkholni 
W1H1UUI MU thank a brarr of 
wwtem UneekMs for twing 
•Mve. Hhe was takbuc her dib( 
fnr an enrtj morning «troU 
when the hewvt dragged her 
hii« tiw> Slrontmen Kiver Her 
rrUm for help were heard hy 
»«ro KagMoh seonim from the 
rhdting aircraft »ar«ec. IIHk 
Butwark They juniped into 
the water and v iso redr sl in 
dragging the um-siswrkwi* 
woman ash ore tjwtit m ed hy 
a ppdtee offVini after Iheir 
gallant act. thHr imly eosn 
aw«C was *^4 was hhindv e«vM. 
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[Tairai MrWivr aiPStMIW) 


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THIS WEEK'S ANAGRAMS 


RUIJB* — How to yoor rocabulary? Tbero la no better or oaore fascinating way to Unproro 
It aotTtng these anagrams each Sanda y. Add the letter In the 'Lrst colonin. subtract 

the tetter In the arroad eoJnmn. and rrarmnge the letters so as to fonn a new word. 
E.XAMPIJC: nUNTKR plus P mtnaa N e^n aJM ?T? Anower: TRJPPRK. Chn you aolvo 
the fottowing auagrama* 

(1) PFI.U NN Pits ti MIMS P KQt A1V!» ??? 

<t) KJCr.VvTS " K • T 

<S> (il.OBtTK • K • t; 

(4) VIAGNirrs • K • A 

(5) TKM’I.N> • A " N 

SetuUea of today's aswgnuui on Page Id 


8 flaily (ColmiUlt “ f * Sanasy. Sepl. 1«. 19SS 


Elongated Line 
Predominates 
In London Show 

I ONIH>N — The lm*«rpontl4*d Sooirt> of l^ondoa 
' Kh-nhion Ih-'.igners. or the **Bi|j Twelve** a.< they 
arr more UHuail> called. re<«*ently finivfied n three-day 
hhowioi; of their collectkins for the fall. 

If ..ny of the do/- - ■.‘•■i ^ _ a 

«... b,„rn. or joum.i|. 

teu OM.. rrowdod thr.r ...rton!. -l-U.*" 

.. . . .1 P»*rv sf the tisck ogam dippiUff 

Unt new l.no .o be n. lt«.> t.. em, . ■.■ V 

were AS usual. di'rtpi»wirjled . , .. 




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The jicnefti trend iv lowaxU a 


very «ijmw, eloni’>:— 
almost no emptu ' 
wai't .aiiJ bust. w‘hi> . 
Iniusi**'! by the Fren* < 

last -'4<><tn. 

Il'jAr*>er. mial uf > 
^iwWfi were elegam 
nine in<i. as slws>> 
msn»h.p and fabric 
deviKri-i -< were top-' 

Ti::-MeU day rloil.- 
Wj) > the best feaiiut 
LOI; i*‘M colloctiofi- 


Journal- rather vkirt full* 

n! with w ide, -^laUow 

I a .vlarl -Men f; i:i <lia- 

. pt*r> St th»* tiack again dippiUf* 

: --iwnward t«» emi---* the 
' * hmg lo-... 

owanJ a c'.vvana^‘. male great uJ«e of^ 
With br-nre which cJomm- 

on the h’ lie ■ fi.»ro 

Mfst bron/e lea*'. . .n*. snd 

.iM'-ii’nvi hrtpnreii>.-t iur; to the brou/e 
nail laixfi..- ■ wnii> b " his mod- 
I • »-lhe.* el- 

iij fern. Ktn \1. DKtS'sM^KP.K 
... work Royal dtf.o...'nakei-. Nor- 

■ B*hish Harim'll. ref:: d to foi:.<w 
tb.- ;vely jJim irond and 

are a) skh-.»wt*tl -uits witfi i; jlded busts 
•f these and r.jturally fitted wauis A* 


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; work 
tilitlih 


Loi; i*‘M colloctiofi- «i -‘-ther uvual. Ihts c— jh-vtii.ui wa* sump- 
wiUi 'he sumptuous bsll .own> tu<-u:> and ultra feminine. Tail- 
wliKii »te still sn e----"’:liai Item ored si.Jti were rla*-" sjyle. In 
In Uie wardrobe of 'tie wctl- oil of i;r<H‘n ami bronre 

dres.<M-d Kngli'^hwomar; but dre.vsei?. and c.-ix :iall> n-rk- 

^ tall and evening iliesses. were 
CA\ “SW<H>r* dramalic as evei. 

OtK* of the very best ct>llec- Horinell showed many f«f the 
Ho. was that of .'-.kii.c John magnlfji.'cnt crinoline gowns 
t^van.i. 4 h who lisi r.-'-. " rapidly frequently wv*rn h\ Queen F'- 
to the p since the erd of the ah<«th ami (he Queen Mnthrr. 
war er .1 now^dresve-. • -me of a ..••wn in agunm-viine witin. 
the trisrle-st ' women in the . .lUcd 'The Fruitf.:1 Vir>.‘ ' was 
wotiil including the Ij- .. , n .-vered wiHi luifM* - of grape* 

aesMi-. Duches. -jf K»*.' I'^var ... : vine icavo io blue pearls 
agh iiiif'Hjuced what ne •ailed and aqu.m;j;;;.. . A white gown 
•Th*' s:w.*'»p*' A ve-s ihm. ..>pe.l wjih strands of 

elor ^ •••-nine U emi»!! >ed by j., . ^ a„r| dunv * A h-ri 
dowi’ ■ iving sesmiiig Ir rr JUST rv. - , in bleck velvet 

under the bust, swoop- ;* in an -.:v . ruiu-^iiNl wcij *.joU*t and 
unbi hne backv. or for •opt’-re Jewele-j ■•■■ibronlery 



liklfi 




art» 


ji 


wapi' long h e never 

brwk- n iTid nut a Ix'h or bii'kie 


appe-i. -I anywhere Ir 'he vhow into full 


•« •-.'1 *• twfd suit* 

wHii vkirt* that 


U'^ktsil and vh. : 


knee f.ir .Liv v ■r and nt 


dr*--.'.*'-- •' Ml* >wed the ut*i* litir nii-! -ilf f<ir •'Veiling wi*«r Very 


many designers favored this 
style. It i» a wry Spsnl .h hoik- 
ing outline and was duhtied the 
FUmenoo Une" by .-^hetard. 

Tlie most nwiaide feature of 
ohcrarJ ; ..jilenlon wa^ the 
length of his skirt- Km day 
u. they were barely 11 m* he^ 
from the gmunil and. for eve 
lioig wear, fnequentlv or-\ .mkle 
1'— .gth *nu*»* ankle lengih eve 
nlng £::wn.< with the flat*’ at 
the bottom of the skirl and low, 
<->ff the sh-HiMer necklines are 


Buttons! 


B'i" mean f* - 

» -\r II ' (tiiv fall 
wln 'h- -j n* • ' 

seh< *l h- ^inninc 
From • - -xtensive < ’ 
M..I • wh«- h - 

smill r. I.irge she 
m.v»- r : etime th- ' 

ore*l r- • mguUr r. ' * 

irto»*e U-ed t-' 

reads bi<*u^ * 


,;:mI r 

J b.«-. to 

1 • • nh 

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■ : ‘ -’n'. ' 

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»-^r r.il- 
d rh.oe 
. . .> in^ 

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mJpi ' ry vitarhnu * • ■ 

m.: mi«finir* m.x;- hi- --• < 

nt.-h ;• .••erfly deMi:i»* ■ '"1 

Qf!..- ‘ ! - linv mvl >. : 

-rtTii *■ •Ir* 

JOS - . • matciiim: mfl h 

B..O ...1 l.*ft chnnr' ''I 

nt*'* I t twrty dr. 1; 

av-r HHle aeonp f-.iJine 


* >‘'*Y 

!'• *1 to 


N. 


work oc t».ii*.«holev 


rtff • :*i Kmpirr a 

thre.i ■ : i velvet nhtx ■ 1“ 

stre..n,. . . (■> tie in fri.ni or bar 
M:xk-‘ h*tivj bolero .-n hr 

ai>j - I Hiih Iwttr: It 

etiu-r .1 • w ith tlwwe fm~. % .r «ln • 
Set Uu" - - >n grrwKT*':. • ■'*' 
butt -1 "Ugh ll>e 

but* t- 1 . m d..-— . * tv 

Hov.’ than 

Tr, ‘ - or i- V 

Jewtl- oninc !• ' ' 

pLl<! '■ r Ttv* n«-! (: ■ •■ • 

Bxin 

woi>l • • I'l-io 

with " -.ime buiton in t'r*e 

treatm- vn»l it I* -I'^f 

eia:-'' .* i- H ‘f 

“i* '-iicle vki-^ •- ’.•■ii 
t^gy ' * ni ike. hA.V . ’ • d l-i- 
aewi<d on to suggest an ar r 


“ : m-<1 

i':n*' aod 
hme 

or hark 
;-n her** 
.! lh»t 
*r dn • 

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S4-t r*f 

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extmaely becoming but can 
only I >e worn by thr young and 
slendie. 

;Sheinrd showed several hall 
gowns 111 the grand manner, 
including several learned with 
enormously long, full stoics In 
• ••ntrasting color*. 

The dominant colors In this 
,i;on weie all .viiades of 
blue and the palest, baby blue 
was the shade featured In Ron- 
ald Paterson's extremely gtx>d 
^.Jliictiun Paterson introduced 
what he called the "Step Line," 
whi<h means, in fact, that (he 
f\o i- .iiawn to a f'-rwarJ move- 
ment above the wai<t at the 
fi«*- i :'‘id d«wn and back to a 
b,=-.'kward movem<-nt at the bark 
of the -kirt. Kvening gowns 
wit)i molded buvtimes weie bal- 
anreil hy back overvklris and 
suit- wilh full boxy jacket.* 
swinging foiwaiil were teamed 
With vkirls that were straight 
and -hm the fr-uit but flare*! 
out into lullness JU.M above the 
kr.ee l)ie ba* K 
H K I NK!» I.\> isHI V 

Ail the fievignei-. ur--«I ■ 'treat 
d* •! of fur ftimming .t* >1 the fur 
UM*ti -.\as invai.:h!’ '..th \Se.*it 
Atiiian Per-ian !-«nib Dyed 
Vrtnuo-- .shade.-* t-. --it the imli- 
vi.iual tavii ..f the d-~!gners. 
It w.is use I f-ir hat trimming, 
muffr '•:..:mou- collars on 
twr-v.i r j--*a1s. ^loiu-l .spiuod 
the hip :,l i.iwn and m.Jde 
up lnt<* tiny shoukler rape* 
worn ov*'i taii ircii iiitf Paier 
:-»n went the farthest with a 
s;;it maile enlin'lv of da« k gt«-"n 
lambwiin iSark green knit cuffs 
and jacket KAml 

\'ii*..r who make- 

TTi..!.> :-f I*!!:. -i v-tga..,--. 

rl ..now tsi •:i -ming •-•I 

whai ! -a::eil "l»a- 

r» ,*i«-f Ttiesf were 


Tnatchin.' chiffon<x>vered cash- 
mere ca gans. Color* m tlua 
collecti : / w-ere much brighter 
than th ^ shown by the other 
houses. I* ' ort coiktal! or ev^ 
mng I. 4' - In paper tafieta or 
satin W'ji - in brilliant flower 
prints a!^ Ideal wear for the 
young , |l 

Hard> <i - ies. who also m.ikes 
clothes the Royal Family, 
showed H' plain tailored suits 
in ver>* if k fabrics. M*ist of hia 
lopcoat.s twere lined with fur, 
generalljlseal, and were (op|M*d 
with h L» matching fur eoIUrs. 
lie al.-u Ij.-ed a gotnl deal of 
elaborat 9 silk biald turn on 
o*ais. su|« and drev-c- 

ilaidy Wmies* dresses are cut 
along rhi "jumper line '* The 
skirt anfj b^ice are joined at 
the hipi K> instead of at the 
wai.st In such a manner a- to 
give the appeararice of a Iwte 
piere. 

At top left in the illusu^iion 
is the * I imcnco” line, as inter- 
preted Michael Sherard l«»r 
daytime. It’s slim through the 
midrilf. flares into fuh'u-sH 
above t * km*e, with a defi- 
nitely nger skirl. To it* 
right, t p evening aspect of 
Ingny ■Norton'.- "chrysalu** 
theme f clothe* are iHKoorv 
•vhaped i' da>’. becume butter- 
fiiCK af 'i five. Next, a stieatK 
!tom li'fth, relieved by an 
enormr i* p«)uf of fabric break- 
mg out ij >m the waist at hnek. 
At Tar ;iighi. Victor Siiernd’a 
■|)Os re'ijfi ' sJ-.ip»*. flat In t‘-ick, 
m"-.-*'‘ ■ n fnmt. Boftom left, 
John oaghs "swoop" sil- 

-..TVtnB i 

under I;- bu.xl -w*“jp k- 
war-is i< 1 forward.- Next. 
Midiael ' eiard again wtlh a 
slim • I' with unfitted 
jacket ijinched in by lup- 
line dra'. r;. At f.ir right. tw.» 
v*er%ionv [ of Ronald P.vtei-'*' 

tU-p" ihe the eve is •!• *nn 
forvv • ^then tl : *f\ i- a ■'••(e 

hki* ' lb .. by 


•a n 


Tne hi! of .•'Heh.-; 


..ime button in t»r*c 


•il iped . ;.iff«»n 


Vndemeiifh i> a crUp p'dli 
>-> black li*e -. ut from tis 
’ ptfii- in r I sLi-^-i *1 ! *. 
; ' •; at III** b laUJi 

;v uiM'k* Uie -ikirt niokc d 


JK-; • !.» buii-m tk-m l< „- ‘ 
You >1 *1* t Isn*-' to ■ ‘ •■ ■* I'Utt'-ti 

Il ** - in Ul'* IiiUiIan p ”. • b« - 

it vv;n*t r.i\*-l - 'll. * : by 

i . -• n Lciii^jc' 


in Ji-l 
fiom a 111 


'|e- .'.f 


to a d*>*-p b«‘ige. worn wi'h 


Oaily (Toloiuet Victoria. B.C., > ■- tJ . Srpl. is. I9SS 





By r.KOlUiK NirilOKHON 

I'KiHTY per cent cif the permanent puputation of the Queen (’harlotle Islai 
i' mately 1 m)0 ahitea and atnait WM) imltaan (IUida>), reside in the ea*.t jx»rtion 
be<au»e of lU KeoRraphioaJ featureti thU area enjoy, a different climate alto«eU 
A rmiiRC of mwintaiaH proteotM it from the bad weather experieor«I on the 
low hill, it ia comparafitely flat It ha. nmre .un^hine and a very low rainfall 
n-UI, which U in the centre of the area i» *«d> inches, compared with up 
the iafauHis. 

The remainder of Uie popu- 
lauoa plua jpproximalely 1 OuO 
transient logging camp employ- 
ee. live on the ea5t coa»t of 
hloresby Island. With «he ex 
^piiuo of a small flat area at 
SancUpir, which la on the north- 
east tip and where the group's 
only airport I. located. Moreeby 
Island la nothing but moun- 
tains. 

Its east coast is similar to 
tJi# west coast, except that here 
are some of BC.'s largest log 
glng operatlona. most of them 
on Cumahewa Inlet and In the 
bllla behind. But there are no 
pulp or lumber mills The log. 
are all towe<l In Davis raft, or 
earrled in barge, to Powell 


distance, in thefr war canoes to 
raid the neighbuting bamls on 
Vancouver Inland and Southern 
Alaska. But thank, to the In- 
fluence of the early mi-teion- 
anes they afterwai'ds became 
not only the mo«t industrious, 
but the most highly cultured of 
all the coa.st Indians. 

PU\.\KS KKrUACPD 

A good road follows the 
shoreline from Queen Charlotte 
City to Tl-Ell. 25 miles north, 
and then continues west another 
12 miles to Port Clements. This 
last section was originally a 
plank road. It was pi'ifectly 
straight, built several feet above 
the musk«*g terrain over which 
it ran and with only a couple 
of feet to spare on either side 
it made one dtz 2 y driving over it. 
A broken plank here and there, 
or one giving way as you pas><>ed 
over It. was another hazard. 
It served Its purpose for more 
than 50 >earv and a few years 
ago was replac'ed by a gravel 
i»ad. 

EX'^ept for local roads and 
the togging company grades 
the r'wd between Queen Cliar 
lotte City ami Port Clements Is 
the nnl> one In the group 
From Skidegafe Inlet to Ro<;<* 
Point t.s one long cotilinuous 
beach and as the normal tide. 
In theiw regions range from 
zero to 20 feet, with spring 
tide, as high as 2-1 b'et. a vast 
expanse of hard 5uind i.« exposed 
at low water By compari«>n. 
the highest tide* ever *reit»rded 
at Victoria and Vancouver are 
11 and 15 feel respectively This 
beach face. Hecate Strait, which 
is about 60 miles wide and sep- 
arates the group from the main- 
land. 

KKMJRT HkSSlBtl.lTIK'< 

Tl-rai tft in the centre of this 
beach and on account of Its lo- 
cation and moderate climate, if 
It were more acce.ssible it wuiiM 
become one of the mo-'st desir 
able resort areas In B.C. It al- 
ready haa a .small hotel "The 
Dunes.'* patronized by a few 
who know of the dl.strkt's many 
Skidegate attractions and can spare the 
time to visit it. 

One feature is its sand-dunes. 
These miniature mountains of 
aand extend for 


tlie Atlantic in ca-- '.a profit- 
able ituiustrx MwaiUthe finding 
of these beds. 

Ma^>et u about six miles In- 
siUe the mouth of Inlet 

and IS about Sii niiie<> by sea 
fn>m Prince Ruiierl on the 
Mainland It is one uf the oldest 
oiMilemenls. has a population of 
abi>ut !kt0 and u> an important 
(istiing centre. .Nearby is an 
Indian settlement of the same 
name, which la the other tra- 
ditional home of the Haidas and 
man> of their totems .still stand 
In front of the older houses. 
There are miles of long sandy 
tM-ache« here. tw. 

Mas.<uH Inlet extends 5U miles 
lnian<t and fomi:^ what looks 
like a great lake in the centre 
of Graham I'-land. On its sur- 
rounding hill.s oni-e stciud the 
greatest stands of spruce in 
B C . but mo.st of it has n«jWi’ 
i»een logge<l off to provule air- 
plane spruce fiT war purp»)*c.*i. 
The hdet is also n»'ie*l fur iia 
salmon fishing and one of the 
laigckt humpback ftiha 

occurs here. 

F.\I)INO Tims 

lv»rt Clements i.** on M,*sset 
Imet. Prior to the .spiuce camps 
closirig down an*l n?«*ving away 
Uii** was the laigeal and moat 
prosia'rous b'Wtt in the group, 
but now the p.ipulaiion is abi>ui 
ion 

I’idon Sitsrmship Company 
steamers call at all p"irus on 
the east coast every two weel^ 
and pUnca land at 5»andspit 
every day. But the only ships 


few miles off ahore. few people 
ever see it. 

At Sandapil a submerged bar 
extends 10 miles across the en 
trance to Skidegate Inlet, leav- 
ing only a narrow pa>*»ge for 
ships to enter at the Graham 
Because (here Ls no 


River. Vancouver ar>d the 
Fraser River. 

At Lockepoit and on severe 
of the other irdets further 
MiUlh there were at one lime 
several canneni^ and saltenca. 
Salmon and herring are still 
caught here In great quantities, 
but instead of being processed 
at small plants dotted along the 
cuOAt the fishing companies 
found It more economical to 
pack them’ to central canneries 
on the mainland. Now all that 
remains at the head of these 
inlets are a few Indian shacks. 
Also In ihU ares U a hot spring, 
but as it la situated on a tiny 
island <Hot Springs Island » a 


Inland end. 

landing field at Prince Rupert 
either, wheeled planes from 
V'ancouver transfer iheir pas- 
sengers here to p<mtoon- 
equipped aircraft .or flying 
boats The strip is also u.sed 
for emergency landings by 
Cnlted Slates planes flying to 
anil from Ala.-ka 

Also at Sandsplt are some ol<l 
(arms, rows of prefabricated 
houses where the loggers’ fam- 
ilies live and (he booming 
gniunds for the camps in that 
area Ten miles we»t is AIU- 
fonl Bay, where the Davis rafts 
are made up. This was an 
RCAF seaplane ba>e during the 
Second World War. 

AKKA Bl II.DING 
Both Sandspit and Alliford 
Bay are un the suuth shoreline 
of Skidegate Inlet, which is the 
second largest navigable water- 
way in the group, tt narrows 
down at the western end to 
form Skidegate Channel, which 
cuts the group in (wo. «.Sklde- 
gate Channel wa« fully de- 
scribed in Part t of this article!. 

Immediately across the inlet 
and pic(un;>iqely .situated on the 
sunny shore of Graham I«lan<i 
be Queen Charlotte City and 
Skidegate Village. They are 
only two mile* apart and with 
(he area berwt*en fa.sl building 
up are now practically one, 
with a combined mixed popula- 
tlnn of about 800 AH the gov 
ernmeni admmlMralive agen- 
cie.s and the group's only hos- 
pital are at Queen Charlotte 
City Fishing is the main In- 
dustry hbre and *evei-al hun- 
dred fishermen, both while and 
Indians have their homes at 
these two places 
The natixes of the Queen 
Charlotte Islands are known as 
Hakias which means In their 
larrguage "pe<iple. 

Village Is their prirrclpal tra- 
ditional home. They were for-1 
merly the most warlike tribe on 
the coast and travelled great snow white 


I 


’Piese are the Kami dunes near Tl-Ql..,on the r-asiern side of Graham I.sLind 

Bureau phnto t 


U C. Travel 


miles In either direction and 
make an kteal pla.v ground for 
childien and adults alike In 
addition to excellent steelhead 
and ipjut fishing in the Tl-Ell 
river, coho may b«’ caught with 
rod and tine anywhere along the 
beach. This is one of tlie few 
place-s on the citast avhere sal- 
mon fishing In Ihe surf la pi's- 
sible gsome Americans dis- 
covete«l it years ago and return 
every year to enji'y it. 

AI.«o in the district are many 
of the lsland'.s oldest farms and 
the (ai mers shmd the geese in 
their own paddo«-k.« The deer 
may be seen grazing with the 
cows by day and create a baz 
ard to drivers at night Several 
Vancouver ap*»rt.«*men have 
hunting kHtges here and at 
Other Island points. Game is so 
plentiful everywhere that U la 
a common sight In the fall to 
M-e from 50 to lOii tli-er car- 
and gee-,** b> the hun- 
dreds. hanging in the holds of 
Ihe I'nlon Steamship Company 
ships on the reiursi trip to Van- 
couver 

SAFKTV FOR BIKIlrs 

Ro.se Point is about 40 miles 
noiih of T1 Ell and forms the 
northeast tip of Graham UI«nd. 
There i.s no road in between, but 
one may walk the beach or 
drive over it at low tidc. 

Immerliately inland behind the 
low sandy cliffs the country U 
flat, except for a few s-Tub- 
covei'ed hUl.s There are also 
matiy small lakes and as must 
of them are Inaccessihle owing 




H0R£SBr 


IdLAitD 


Typk-aJ of the modem logging camps on the Que**n Char 
lotte Islands Is this one on the islands' eastern coast. Every 
building is portable <BC. Travel Bureau photo * 


u«'.< li Uie BKld) I..IIS 
backgiound are wo 
Bureeu piioto ) 


A \ niuii .stf'.im.ship Conr>i*nny si- 
Indian viliace wharf. Hills in 
Morxv^hy I.vland. (B.C. Tr; 


A Hoida toleia stands txiLside an Indian home at 5skuk‘gate 
Mlaalon. on the south shore of Graham UlamL iBC. Travel 
Bureau photo ) 


BaUg (£olonifll Vkuria, i.c. 


This M Queuu Charlotte Cuy, Wiand adminisuatlve oenLre. Across Skidegate Inlet 
ia Alliford Bay. la distance, on Moresby Island. ’BC. Tr;ive| Bureau pnoia i 


S Ballg CHoIonifll Victoria. 1C., Saoday. S«fL It. 1»5 






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SK.COM) NEWS SECriON 


All Signed I p and Ready To Go 



City Group Flies Over Buttle Lake, 
Pleads lor Avoidance ol ‘Tragedy' 



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Reduced 

Limit 

Opposed 

Th« Victoria Automobile Dub 
yexierday decided lo aak the 
provincial government not to 
consider reducing the ^^>eed 
llmlti on the new Trans Canada 
highway out of Victoria, 

Ttie automnhile club directora 
believed a campaign emphaal/ 
Ing proper measures in the In* 
teresi of safe driving would be 
more effective than reducing the 
speed Umita. | 

The club’s dei-laion was made 
after directora Frank MuUiner. 
and J> V. Johnson studied the 
highway in company with Evan 
Jones, deputy minister of high i 
ways 

‘/tc.sf in tv orM’ 


Exei’ulive on Visit 



RUPERT S. THORP 


Future soccer stars flocked 500..strong 
yi*slerday lo seven city parks for ihe 
ofjening of this year's Little Soccer 
la'aRTie season. Anxious to get into 
action on Ihe field are Gary Restell. 
waving league registration form, and 


Rjom Berg. 11. I^'ague officials .say 
first day registration matched last 
>ear's total and an additional 200 
youngsters are expected to turn out 
next Saturday. 


Canadians Carrying 

J o 

Heaviest Insurance 


A group of city officials, newspapermen, consena- | 
tionists and a Victoria MLA, after a first hand look at 
Buttle lake, agreed last night that rai.sing the water level 
of the lake without full consideration of the consequences 
would be a “tragedy.'* 

„ . work Is eontlnucd on the new 
I The parly iraveUed In two B C. 

'•irlirH’s' Beaver airmift frtxn 

Patmia hay airport yeslenJav, Aid. Brent Murdoch &aid he 
morning and flew to ButUe lake by “can t help but feel that the 
way of Courtenay and Campbell two lake* Involved iButile and 
nver. C'pper ('ampbeU) will both be 

...... L . w. . destroyed, no matter what thev 

The beautUui basin U a . .. 

. . try to do lo restore the va^t 

of a railn* controversy rrsullins ... .u . 

. recreat onal facilities that now 

fnim B.t . I'nwer t oinmlMlon . i 

plans lo InsUll a hydro electric 

dam iwo miles below I'pper BK RlTNKD 

Campbell lake. , believes that damming of 

The project mil raive the level of laKes that would rum recre- 
Buttle lake some 19 feet above stional area* ahnuld be done 
oormai high level, I only after unanimous endorse-, 

Ifitx. t ment by Island MLAs. i 

I After a low lev el run up and “I ■«» tragedy of Lower 
'down the full length of the lake the Campbell where tlmt^r culling | 
pany members which included Uld waste the area.' he said. I 
I Aldermen Brent Murdoch. Robert "It I" ■ national disgrace to a 
iMacimllan. William Pinfold. Mil- natural reserve. Every MLA 
jiard Moivney and Victoria MLA should Judge the question | 
jce«>rge Gregory, landed on the lake fairly and balance the Industrial 
ifor a cloaer inspection of aecuona potential with the recreational' 
I of the shorehne lots " 

I On the return tnp to Victoria Ihe . . 

two .m«n fl.w low ov,r th, pr*l 
poMd Upper OunpbeU damatta arvf ‘ **'*'*■ . 

the (uU Wf«th ^ the Camp>{ O'MOO' *» ah^W ho 


Seen 

in 

Passing 



hlri(>n Jslaiul Mills iffocted I 

■ _ _ _ ^ *“ “ I 

Power Union .Asks Strike Vote; 

Conciliation Award Kcjecled 

' A govemmenl supervised 

Around iown slrlkp vote ha» boon re- 

quested by 150 power plant 

employees of 25 Vancouver, 
t ^ ^ ^ ^ M. , laland and mainland nrilla.i 

t *'•>'•« hualn^« ■irent of to 

f Victoria Local 918, Operating 

m 0 mm- Knglripors* Iniernallonal Union 

Pi ctii re 1 1 e re i ^. t '. o '' Z\ . 

minister o» labor when the mem ' 

W '0 - 0 t ^ ber.ihip voted 9S per rent In 

W ■ d'% M C.J C.J favor of rejecting a conciliation swut 

M-Px. of f / f C- • M ^ board award 

Eleven mills affected art on 

NumN'P of unemployed In Victoria Increased by 100 
during Iasi week iiecause of Ihe eonlinualion of logging! The wnclllatlon hoard recom- 
iBV-offs together with a small increase in llie number of iT 

w.mon s«:kin){ miploynienl. But tol»l U still the .j^lilnn.l tive ,wnt. next ye.r 
k>wexl since 1920. *ed two paid siaiufory hohdaya. 

The national employrr,ent ' ""iL" 'The recommendation was the 

offit e here said that since *■ , * • ». n vame as the agreement accepted 

tins Is the time of year when the International Wood- 

U'.emplovment m.rmaUy m , workers of America. 

'‘I"" K ^ < allan also' replied to stale 

J 7J2 indicate, that Ihe un- Mr. Rahy was among SM recently hy Jack 

favnrabl. siruatkm la Mtv ..wrnner graduale. of lh« Hqulre. AlbernI MI.A and first 
Hnuing unlvomliy. ^ im 


Canadians are the best-initured peofile in the world, that aii members of the legis. 
gays Rupert S. Thorp of Londem, England, deputy genera), latur* should vuit the are* 
manager of the Prudential Assurance Company of to ‘»ee for themselves what 
(■England, largest composite’ l *»• deatroyed" before 

Insuranct company in •■ "^°^* *" **^*"‘* 

ever before, "mainly because of 

... X-. J the security It really offers, 

in Victoria during a Canada- JlOSS 

wtde lour to "la k over centuries 

we hope will be future expan- e m 

Sion." Mr, Thorp said Canadians; VKAB.H IN CANADA ^ jT/ 1 / 

are belter Insured than cllDent Mr. Thorp, born in London In f f » a 

of the United States, in terms 1899, spent many years In Can- ^ v r 

of national income. i ads during the company's early ' m m 

MORE W ANTED 'development In thla country. \ ^ 9 ^ rr j 

' / Fw. *.T . Hia most unusual policy came- ** 

But he and H. D, McNalm ' ■ 


1 1 1 w the Mil iength M. th* Camp., ">» ^ Brownlee happUy surveying 

O beU river system. uicludu« Ladore' r«wort that any ^ renovations lo his Drsks 

and John Hart dam. and then back ! artificial rh«nge be made la , Joha.on strwt. iJsn 

wap down Ihe east coast of the Island. *h" ^ ^ 

: Member, of the familiar- I ‘Having seen It. raising the booster. He and his wile. 

I Italinn party la.1 night felt take 19 feel would mean that ctuKlien. 

ri the world, that all member, of the lefts* .the entire shoreline would con . i 

pUty general, taiure should vUlt the are* 'list of sheer cliffs ' he ..aid Darcy. 8. and sally. • . . Alfm! 

kimpany of to “see for themselves what ;"Ii would be Impoaslhle to re- , t’armlchael heading back honi# 

- . wtU he deatroyed" before [place the doxens of beaches to C’olwood . . . Harold Alder 

demand than] that line the take's shores at recalling when he was a bud- 

ftly because of 1 present I ding lawyer at Zehallns during 

really offers, nrsoiJlTION I the early days of the gold rush 

been honored DE.H0I.ATH . <olln Mmmey presiding at 

t "I atao saw Lower Camphell Kiwanis dinner 

17? • I take whose level I former power Dsvmdar Rains lalk- 

flfilti.'Xr commission undenook to raise |j,g MsJ.On. <l. R. IVarkr. 
I in London in ■* v* e e e without Interfering with nature ,be Empress hotel . . . KanJIl 

years In Can- ^ v IF/ ^ *'•” '*”*’• planning lo celebrate her 

mpany's early' # 11/^/^ such desolation" i 16,h birthday by going to 

his country. rr Mr. Gregory .aid he learned three moving pictures . . . 

si policy camej 'that, apart from himself, the Jsfdees BaktiHir saying she 

j World War. • Lieutenant-governor designate •ttong member of Ihe legis- 1 would go loo If she had enough 


Ross 
Family 
On Way 


Ilf lFl I fI I Vnniraai eenerai during the Second World War. Ueutenant-govemor designate only sitting member of the legis ! would go loo if she had enough 

^ fo_ that there *^***"^ ^“‘* *° “”■' Frank Ro.a wlU arrive In Vlo*,tature ever to see the are* wasi money . . . KaJIndrr Sardar 

. * - . un^tar id^rwrlte the liner Queen Mary . ^ ^ week with Mra Rosa WtlUam Moore (Comoxl, CCF watching her sister perform at 

A government supervised • Mill a great deal of under-, wanUne condltlona. |»oru next week I ^ East Indian gathering at ilie 

strike vole has been lu*uranee and no-lnsurance. d«-. value was 140.000,000. *"d her daughter, Mtaa Brenda Premier Bennett andiEmpreea hotel . . . Oak Ray 

quested by 150 power plant ' J* llfe^inauran'ce ** <^“>dlTumer. to take up iraidence in ^b,'m^^lhers of the cabinet InlmunlcJpal clerk Archie Mndlay 

employees of 25 Vancouver ^ icover.** he aald. 'That waa a Government Houae. ^ themselves having a long chin with an- 

laland and mainland milla.i . ^ i•llght embarrasament " I Mr. Ross, who wlU he the before any step Is taken which'oiher old Western Scott vet- 

raltan business agent of Accompanying Mr. Thorp and, province's l»th lieutenant gov- ^ generation* to'leran . . . Carl Brmnnan pre- 

Victoria LtK-al 918, OflStlng 5^*™ "^rnlaut. «Dtwlo^ ?!, P**"** legU- ' aiming prizes lo winners of 

Engineers' iniernallonal Union * tenlaUv# expansion b,C. manager* Gonten Wallace fu-e from administrator Chief j,,ur0 of 19U had Ihe foresight : a local fishing derby . 

'AFL IT^'l, aald yesterday the *"d G. D. Hoknes. both of Van Justice Gordon Sloan in cere f^r postertty." he lUndd U Webster and 

14... British Insurance, said Mr.'couver monies Oct. .1 Ferguson dining out . . . Mr*. 


In fc/l f « /k F* I 19 •^Inee Ihe rood was built week* at the Sh 

oH Uur Last (h)cn tield Into the are* three ye*r* Bearh hotel . . . Wll 

- * afo." ho pointed out, "an In- back In town 

on — ^ rwwalnr number of camper, vacation at Port Angci 

, I \ I • f J \ l I A ■ L. ' # are uMng th# facllllle*. About Mrllmnvie hav 

: Uevelopment oi UId Airport ^ile ;r.»;rr" 

I Scored as ‘A Major Blunder’ iSTrf 


FergiiMon dining out . . . Mr«. 
Kathleen Perrier leaving f<»r 
two week* at the Shawnigan 
Bearh hotel . . . Wllltam A. 
Ijiiic back In town after a 
vacation at Port Angeles . . . 


K)wcxi since P*l‘l statutory holidays. 

oHi'r; hr^^ViThr:::: ':/;4T.rbrK.*7:d -me\xTgrr; ^ ..c«.mtato everyone.- i/# / 

loiemVo" mem itirRudlin" byTho Rcxidenlial development of the old Liinadowne ^ 

J7J2 indicate, that Ihe un- Mr. Rahy was among SM menu made rw'^ntly by Jack O tlO I ttt O Richmond, waa sharply critimed 1 Anothe^m^ oMhej^ JjlCOt 

favnrabta slhialkm Is wtv s.m,mer graduaie. of th# Hqulrw. AlbernI MI.A and flr*t _ - - . Kentey. former Saanich' Brampton O^servitor and a v. . . . . 

univnralty. v1cs - president of l/>raj 1-86. JfV» / / EPrt W W ! COUndllor. memir Of the Ontario Con- Mnr# then 100 Victoria do,-io,s 

W. .|. W, e. , IM A. that hundred, of penpls V IS I 9 A' U 9 § 5taanlch munril made «r»a was not g^at, and a<^ ,t .re expected to attend the an- 

r final IPS ImPIIPI it ' -were U me dark" about the ‘major blunder by not seeking '!*•* V „ ** rumo« »hal,^^l^ ^ to up nual meeting of Ihe Canadian 

power ptanl employees' dl.- . I#0 I develop the area as a major uo **’**J' Medjeal Aawv'tatlon. B C. dlvl- 

Accent tta.s on donalioas of meal, fniils and jam poi^- jfl f: «S «/ 1 f«S recreational centre." he said. ^ coming up j,,, „p^rlence In Ontario ^ Vancouver 

khpn 125 famine# attended the surplus food stall at Ihel IWA offlcem have shown ' "I feel It Is a matter of great ** * that "parks are more Important ' a % » a i 

[Concern over the poMlhillty of Detailed Result. Iconcem that what Is practically "The McRae golf .^urse and than power. ' t)rr i s. R and 7. 

.f tk. I 1. SI I f* ,4.1 SI 'trike action by a few workers ®** *** |rhe last open Held we have for I*tid smund It ha. been sub- other factors are Involved In Boak. well known 

, J Idling htindred* of mill workers. NANAIMO Ag‘»regate re»Teatlon In Viciotla-^whn h Is 'i>'‘ded for about 40 years, and controversy, Aid Murdoch Vlcioria *urge»in Is jirr»|ilenl 

.7.1 ‘ «‘d Ihe operating en- results of Nanaimo fa'll fair now expanding rapidly is to be if >' d.s»s come up for ule it ,hat we should all be con- fb-'i of the organization and 

^ gineers are not a party lo the annoiin<-eil here this evening upon to further crowd us 'hould he given preferem^ to evened wiih. He said ihat con will he tn-i.iilM In olfice during 

the .g..n,u _ agreement or negolla Kinsmen trophy agricul t>uU" declared Mr Kersev. Ijinsdowne Reid ’ h# said wderaijon should he taken of the.onvenlion 

Xr* pveruihe #fri< er« are Wat- ,j ^ ooeratine en#inM>rs . i n j- i * -u n.. n .k « "In my opinion." he added, "it whether the B.C. Power Com- Principal delegates to Uta 

W- Maries, presides,. i*m. p.d not l^n^ifor^^ed L*" 7-L . k ^ ^ k. . « mL 7'k - ^'“7? would he a far greater lot. to mlsaion wlU produce power for meeting from Victoria are Dr. 

Robbins, editor: «d « • • ^ ^ by C ed.r activity club. ; al««t see it iK)ld than th. UnHlown.,th. lower Island at coVt a. well J. F. Tysr^ and Dr. F. H. Bon- 

Wtairr. P.M.IMI, F.r B.„k of rgn.mfrc« trophy » ,77,. . for ,h. northfn, p.rt. noli 

tiler InformatlMi mar be sbtalaed The Mclorta spokesman aaW rollertlon of vegetable*, won by •*'•* 'A' developmeol of (he 

bv telepboatng Mr. Marie* si ***e operaUng engineer, do ^ Bradfleld. Walls and ^ airport .Me Is taking place * « __ _ 

!«*•- not ronsiderihemselve* hound Hmdahaw trophv: flora or right under our no«^ and no- M/| I , 11 1 . ^ 

* * * by .ny IWA agreement. , g.nlzatloo display won by Na | be intereied." Wl||Ofp f U £%i l<p/IO I 01 1^11^11 

Election of otficeni wilt be the ('alien s*,d that "gros* In- naimo Horticultural .Society. I "U could he developed Into a I- AB.V/'\10 V- 1- ^yU|/C4^ll 


are using th# facilities. About frfwrge Mrllmoyle having cof- 
l.Od# camper* went there at Dominion cafe 
this ■umitier.’* — “ " — 


IWA Officer* have shown 


Resident iaI dovelopmfnt of Ihe old Lanadowne air- 
J\I^ m-m ^ i *^^0 ^ port sito. bounded by Shelboiime. Lanadowiie and 
LrU99Ul§i9xJ Richmond, waa sharply entitled yesterda y by W *. C. 

Kentev, former Saanich* 

JJVb // JvVb ww : counrillor. he thought th# low of th# 

run jruir .<u.nlrh rounm mxrt. rV 

„ mijor blund«- hy not ...kini 

I? ^ aw. I fa I'o i-x-lop ih» T« .. . m.)o; "» *ir 

lies Hits r-om.,iZl romro.- ho J± f”" ' 


RRA.ME 


City Market yealerday. 

Scofly fsmiiic. were gtvert 
h-Tmburycr, apples. p]um« 
|x-sf-s. gispes Atvi dozens of j.tM 
of )sin. as well a. a large supply 
uf bresil, ofety ami nut* 

Mrs. I.. E. Harper, co-orrii- 
nsior aaid "generous' dortalion. 
of mortey will allow pun-haae of 
evil, food for the next stall day. 
IX t * 

♦ # # 

New tneftilwr* will b# able I* 
Wsrfc *( their h#bt>T when IM 
> k-lerla Aquartam AM-lety npen* 
the tsU asd wlaler srasow with a 
mealing In Norway House *1 * 
.p m Wednesday. 

As BiH-tIwn st hsh and fish snp- 
phe« will he held f#f both seslnr 


member, over U .nd member. over the pOMlhillty of 

•f the jsolor dblslos. l-.nel dls- ^ * "’r|‘ 

r«ssHs.s. breeding islorm.ibHi W'\ng hundred* of mill Workers, 
.sd motlsn pleiure. .re alw, •« / operating en- 

Ihe seenrts gincers are not a party lo the 

NewrverylheWfbers.reW.I- *•' «greement or negolla- 

w>n Marie., prrsldesi. I*ma ^ operating engineer. 


(.See Detailed Result, 
on Page 14) 


Winter, pvhllelty rk.lrm.n. Far- 
ther Informatinn mar be obtained . ...... 

bv telephoning Mr. Marie* at operaUng engineer* d«i ^ w. Bradfleld. Walla and ***^ •Irport .Me I* taking place 

t #m. consider ihenmelve* hound Hnidahaw trophy: flora or *’*«^**‘ under our noses and no- 

* * * * agreement. |g*nlzalloo display won by Na | ^ ^ Interested." 

Elev-tion of offtrem will be Ihe ('alien said that "groa* In- naimo Horticultural .Society. I "U could he developed Into a 
main order of bu*ine*a during a equslitte*" exist* In rate, paid peoptea Credit Jewellera award, r^l recreational centre, hsndv 
jotni meettng of th# Oak Bay Pm- Ito power plant worker* by roast (nr high aggregate in vegetable lo the entire Greater VlctorU 
greuive Ponservativ* aRaoriallon 1 lumber industries in comparison division won hy Ronald Hooper »rea." Hated Mr. Keraev, 
and Ihe Vrfotna federal PC asso- »o rates paid in other IrHluatrles Rntgrta'n Roeebowl. high ag rOl'N<TU-ORH DisAtiREK 

cuiitoo in .St Mary's Hall. 'Vale. I In the same arras. in riowwr division won « . x» x k _n i . 

-w TK,. - gregate in Mower aiviaion won Ryj Saanich councillora Leslie 

wr^t. ftt 8 p m S^nt *7. in# nu^loM^ Ag#nt Min #rn ki/ mp-« \t vinK/tia i* ^ ^ < 

‘ iniov.,. h-vk. 1—0 .dkm.4d ih. ” NIrhoU Itastmor# and Robert Fleming 


J Wfoutd h# a fur lott to mlMion will produce power for meetlnf from Vlrtonn »re Dr. 

** ’ vee It sold than th# l,#n*<lown#|t)># lower latand at coal as well J. F. Ty.f*e and Dr. F. H. Bon- 
field" as for th# northern part. neil 


Aiulilion J^assed 

T(*nor Michael Roger* haa Joined three other Victoria 
singers in pa.Ming the flnrt stage of auditiona for the 
**Singing Star* of Tomorrow” radio program. 

Aiidltloner Rex Battle 

re. ommended Angela Clarke, choos# 44 aingera. from 

Allan Husband and Merna among IN) recommendzsl. to 

Jenkln after hearing 10 aing- appear on Ihe program. 

ets a week ago. and plcke<l ♦ * * 

Rnger. as vvell when Ihe , 

anidler arrived In lime lo ^**'"*’ 

make « hurried appearance Mrs. Harold ( . 

The four singers will make Martin of 2M.1 4 olquiu, will 
new rec»>rdlngs. which will be tw a new C^orge 

heard bv a board of judge. IVesbylertan rhurrh at 7 p.m. 

In Toronto. The board will M«mda>. on the alts ad|ac#nt 

- - — *o the present building at 

V a I Ca a Tllllcom. 

I Oil! h Maris i p--"*- 

wer# member* of Ihe church 
A wheel Ihe prewent Mrortur# 

Armv I P**'*<- *»• Introdoresl 

mtnlMer. Very R#v. J. I* W. 
M(le*n will Afflrlale at ihe 


cuiiion in .St Mary's Hall, 'Yale. | In the same arras. 


.Musln’t Let Reds Gel .japan 
Ex-Ambassador Tells Olfieers 


street, at 8 p m Sept ?7, 


, The business agent said em „rs H NIrhoU 
plover, have been advised the ... u . 

union Is prepared to consider f 

any new offer. 


by Mrs H NIrhoU Fastmore and Rohepi Fleming North Vietnam ha* been loat strength and fortitude to defend "In the rush and tumble of 

Women's division needle disagreed with Mr Kersey, and .South Vietnam will likely Itaelf." everyday life," he said "we ar# 

work, silver tray donated bv T views, stating that development he loaf to Ihe CommunUls. hut. To prevent lo*. of South Viet- inclined to forget the 

Eaton Co won hy Mrs M Duff nf the area hy Central Mort- J*P*n "muai not be allowed to nam. "bread basket" for Japan. xixbK. .k. ... 

of Regina Sa.k, gage and Housing Corp was go over to our enemlea." former Mr. Mayhew urged "aomethlng Immeasurable debt we owe to 

rv.r»,— Iix. n>ir MOt * great loss. Canadian Ambassador to Japan a. strong a. NATO U acros* the pilots who won the Battle 

izomesnr *ri#nre. pair oi * _ . ... ,i Ati..*!.-* -nf Rniatn 


A VVIona youth. A H Grero. mtms^r. ^ 
*>. Bewdiey,, i. amo<^ 30 BC. »»1 

anldier apprenlve. en mute to reremnny. 
#i-mv sehmM 'arrtMia Canada AfThllerl 


y, • I of Regina Saak. g*g^ #nd Housing Corp was go over to our enemiea. lorme 

f.fmunff p.lr n»' • In,.. C.njdUn 

‘ theeis donated bv Simpsons-' loan. Paasmore said Na*. *■- 

»»y Mrs. RJ nMi h« never owned th# 

rjlCUlS Rrandle are* and that If an attemnt Asaoctatlon last night. 

Brandie. k i. *" H peaking at a diniww la th# 

MONDAV, XEPT. J* Junior division, rooking and were mad# ta pun haa# it a wgrtfU- <4*b marklna th# UMh 

— lwh..trial IWe4*pme.l *^101 donated bv Hopper's plebIwJt# would h# r«|«lr#d. I]^JverJI7 


( oun. Paasmore said A**- 
nlch haa never owned th# 
are* and that if an attempt 
were mad# ta pun haa# It a 


Canadian Ambassador to Japan a. strong a. NATO la across the pilof. who won Ihe Battle 
R. W Mayhew told the Vancou- the AfUnUc." ;of Britain, 

ver Island Air Fore# Offkwrt' "United strength la what w# He advocated "tome form of 
Asaoctatlon last night. need." he aald. "If w# can gel cadet corps" In public schoola 


Hpeaklng at a diniww la th# 'It. few nations wauld dar# to end greater encouragement for 


PaHfU- <4«b imrklng the IMh attack ua 


tiroap. Vlrterta Chamber #f r#m- -feweiry .lf»re w 
mere#, sasaal meeitaa. PacMlr Deanne Patterson 
(iBb 

4aa— VIrtoria (lyr* (tub. aa- * 1 If * 

•#.i meettag .ml etartiwi H t |j|>eral jiefting 

Hrer*. XtrallirA** Hstrl. C 

wlTil":;: Delayed eek 

M.rtrieW. 4 Jli . o 


Jewelry .lore won by Mtaa {f# added that .*taanirh owns Britain. 


Mayhew aaid 


land near the old airport Ihat Ro*aia Ium. wo* territory but 
'has already been set aside for Iom no me* alnze 1944. by 


park purpose*. 

I Coun. Fleming, who I* chair 


Air MarahaJ Mr PblNp 
Urtagstone nt Ihtnmn. retired 
head #f RAF medical ais vires, 
aaid "those luricy ewu g b to 


the Boy Scouts so that th# 
PblNp youth of Canada will learn to 
■vtired "think outside their daily lives." 
I vi r es, OffFiala of the three armed 
igb to foirea were guests at the 


having "other* do ber job.* 

He said Russia "hasn't 


aJIv#" thrangb a e rvlr* dinner, whkh will be followed 


In th# Vennd World War have 


man of the parita committee, touched any nation with the "mlased a few 


hy 15th anniversary service, in 
Victoria churches today. 


■aa Ijrtarr «a ^ meeting of BC Uh#ral Aa- 

f _•« zi ... ^ aockition officer* lo decide 

I#w^ Art OallerT. M##s Mrcmi, 


ISanni nuh V ictoria-ISonaimo 


aimy arhooK Vfns. Canada Arrhltert I* H. Hllann of 

The Ityea/old. now begm a two- North Biirnahy and i-««trarl#r 
year training pmgrsm which fhe* la Amtam## Keadings. Build 
liwun two aradeinir yean rd achoiti Ing mtnniltlee la and## th# 
Ing. a general miblary eduratksi «'h#irman*hlp «»f J. H. Arm- 
snri (fushfirt them .. army trade. Mrnng and exr«v«tinn la b#tng 
men at tha age of it. • d n watad by Frank ( «g>ley. 


.TO#* pr#«#ni Mrurtur# -e— provIncUl convenDoo ol the 
bulH wHI b# introduced ^ ^rty in th# fatt. has been poat- 

^ ^v. T. H. McAlltater, th# po|.Lr| Vfiouincr poned on# w#ek to allow dele- 

minIMer. \ery R#v. J. I.. W. I alKH xfllSSIllw gate, time to get lo Vancouver 

M(l#«n will Afnrlato at U»# . in f The meeting had been ached • 

In !zar 1 hcil «rly next week. ] 

Arrhltert I. H. H ilsnn of Th* convention. If called, will 

North Burnaby and i-«ntrart#r Theft nf a IT> parka from probably be centred on dlarua 

la Amtam## Keadings. Build Ihe car of Eugene OTIelL 161 B atona of provincial laadrrvhip. 

Ing mvnniitiee la unde# th# Rnberi*cm waa reported to po- an lasv»e which waa raised fol 
rh#irm*n*hlp of J. H. Arm- Hire yesterday. The garment , lowing th# lo#. of th# Llllooet 


Young Cyclist Sets New Record 


rh#irm*n*hlp of J. H. Arm- Hire 
strnne and excavation la b#tng was 


d n watad by Frank <'«pley. 


wa« taken Friday 
from Mr. O'Neil a car. 


evening byelertloa r«cantlF ta Soctei 
iCradiU 


.Rpertal lo the CoIowIbI 
NANAIMO- Mat Pmta, young Vic- 
toria rycllrt. pedalled from Nanaimo 
(o Victoria's courthouae and return 
yesterday In the record breaking time 
of seven boura 38 minute* and >4 
aaconda. 


The marathon waa ataged In con 
nectlon with the (hree-day Nanaimo 
fall fair, which ended last night 
Potta waa greeted on hi* return to 
Nanaimo by Acting Mayor Bill Mc- 
Gregor 

F.acorted sQ Ihe way by varloui dia 
trtet RCMP detadimenta, th# young 


cyritat had no trouble on hli long 
grind, though new road conatructizm in 
the Ladyamtth area slowed him down 
a hit 

Potta broke Ihe prevkwj* record for 
the distance pf eight hours and 17 
mlrroie* aet In 1953 by Malcolm 
Graham of Victoria. 




4 



For Hm Convonioneo of 
Friomi* Attonding Funorol* 

Wo Hovo Arrongod for 

FREE PARKim AT LOT, 

NEXT TO CMAFEL SANDER 

Ask t9f \mr ClMcfc From PtrUnc US MUmdamt 


University Women 


1/1/1 Novi son Mods 
Mr. Philip S. Ray 


18 (Eolunidt Victpru, B.C.. S«a.. Soft 18, 195S 


Gurdon Party 
Honors Loador 


St. MarHn'»-ln Th<* FIpM wn^ «.is rrnfrf‘1 wMf, a thivp-riorrd 
borfUiifuUy (iPi'uraietl uith ^^hllr ‘.tki* Mitsl with pmh ai>i1 

iSlAtJtuluo and nt«u>tr Ml< hai'l white rosr'hud' Mr Ali*\ ('•ray 
mas dajsio* inr the wedding last propn«i'd the t.M"*t i«* the bnde. 
cvetimg Ilf Ils4 Aim Nrvisun. ami Mt\s Kiu> Pi\uu - g 
daughter of Mr and Mrs. W S "Berau-ic " 

Nevtaon. Culquitz avenue, and Uaving nn a mniur itip to 
Mr. Philip Sidney Kay. son of Oregon, Strs. Kay rhu*>e a otj<t 
Mr and Mrs. William Kay. of lavender pink with a.-;es- 
Koqulmalt rnad Kev S J \S i* a swines nf winter white and tan. 


( SOC IAL AND PKRSONAL ‘ 

MaJ Oen and .Mm G. R Peaikcs. TatterMi drive, base is-nued 
Invitations to a garden party at Their home In honor of The Hon 
George A Drew . QT MF*. leader of The Progressive Conservative 
paiiy In ('..tnada, ur Saturday. Sept ;>l 


/ ‘ >,vintl lor ''ouii. 

Mfs Walter Walker. Weald roa.l. is leaving shortly to apend 
a montn with her Mmlndaw and daughter. Mr. and Mrs U. L. 
Turker, Ventura. California. 


AT SCURRAHS 


From Hdiiff 

M">v Pamela Thayer arrives Sunday from Banff wihere she 
he.M. ..n i.’ie staff of the Banff Springs hotel lor the summer 
on A ft.rmer pupil of .St Christopher a school and Sirathcona 
.• sh.iwnigan lake .Mg- Thayer will spend a few days here 
I her unrip and aunt Mr and Mrs. D. Rhys Jnnes befoie 
iji.ng ca‘t 1(1 resume her studies at the University of Toronto 
re 'hr is a seiond-year student, majoring In art and 


hy Mr William Wi*«r on “Some Aspect* of Contem* 
fioniry IVsiyin." while study group chairman. .Mrs. 
Andrews, has planntKl a child study group under the 
guidance of Mtiw Marian James. A reception for new 
membt'rs at the opening meeting is being arranged by 
Mrs. Stockdill. 


Members of the University Women’.s Club gathered 
Inst week at the home of their president. Mrs M. F. 
Smith, left, to plan aclivitios for the coming .season. 
Others pictured are, from left to right. Mrs. H. R. 
Turner, .Mrs. J. L. Andrews, Mrs. C. D. Stockdill and 
Dr C. Scott. Mrs. Turner i.s in charge of the monthly 
programs which commcni'e Sept. 21 with an addres.s 


From Our 
Trend-Setting 
Collection . . 


Bark from Furope 

Mi»» Ruth .Scott, aecond daughter of Col and Mrs. G B 
I, Miller avenue, returned Tuesday from a gix month tour 
Europe W'hlle abroad ahe visited Canadian friends In G*r 
ly and relatives In Great Britain 


Seattle I ixitor 

Mrs W R MrMlllan was a vlapor in »he city ftnm Seattle 
fir a few days with her son. Mr. A C E. Tony Qualnton. BA 
Pnnfeion. and afayed with her mother. Mrs. Arthur Oaiea 
Windsor toad Mr Quainton leaves .September 20 for England 
to take up studies In modem history at Oxford Cnlverslty on a 
Marshall xcholarahlp. 


The Vnlor WA of St Alban's 
church will hold a sliver tea to 
mark their 2Sth anniversary on 
WVdnesday. at 2 30 p m In the 
church hall, •'omer of tielmont 
awnue and Ryan street pour 
Ing will he past pra^ldents of 
the organbatlon. Mm. D. .''wan 
.Mrs F Wllaon, Mrs A Yates 
and Miss U Maynard 


Glowing candles and bAskels loped onto a nei yoke extending hridcsrruld. and the 
of white and pink gladiolus and 'he mandarin collar and was cousin. Mis 
. _ , . atyltsJ wlih Illy point sleeves junior bridesmaid, 

autumn nowrr. wrrr »n .tlMC- s.ir , ..I.rc.l buttnn, ThHr m.tchlnB hM.Wrew. 

tWe background for the wed gt the bark, while of turquoive cry stallite were de- 

ling In Flr -,1 lotted church, the hoope*!. floor-touching skirt tailed with bnw^ at the haik 
i-sturday evening, which united .>f nylon tulle over taffeu fea- and their a<..-s-orM*s wrro pink 
in marriage Doreen Mae Pear- lured ln>t*t» of the -ame lace Pink carnations formed their 
son and Mr. Robert Henry Her em 
Jones veil wa.s i 

V’ow-5 were eschanged by ine .if ilnne- 
daughter of Mr. and .Mrs tulle and 
El nest .Sexton. 106U La'siie o| white 


bride’s ihree tier wedding cake made 
Jacqule Gibson, and decorated by the bride's 
grandmother. .Mrs. C Sexton. 
Set in a mLst of white tulle acat- 
tered 


Merritt Uigiforf 

Mr and Mrs J Anysley of Memtt. BC 
and Mm J Richards. 4H Dunds* street, for 


rosebuds It was 
topjted by a miniature bride and 
groom and trimmed with white 
roi^ehuda and silver leaves. 

For a we<1dlng trip to Sun 
Idrcss Tl»e groom had Mt. Victor Valley and Calgary, the new 
njlnn .Skinner as nr«T man and -;.i.‘-si* .Mr*. Jones donned an avacado 
uquei were shown to |»ews marked wi»o| jrr*ey dress, off white 
carna- with while satin nbbon centred coat and hat trimmed with ava- 
t his with asters by Mr. James ClI- < ado and copper feathers .^hoes 
iK*)t and Mr Robert Lee and pui->e in avacado shade. 

)uuise Vern Biyant* Onhe.sira copper Jewelry and a comage of 
{ taf- played for dancing at the recep ^yellow rosebuds completed her 
were lion held In the Flamingo room en.sembte. 
dants.jof the Ciystal Garden following 1 On their reium Mr and Mrs. 

White candies In Jones will reside at -122 Daliait 


the ceremony 
stiver holders and er> »l*l vases 
of mixed flowers flanked the 


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Ur. and Mrs. D. L. Torroy 
To Rosido in Montroal 


Mrn. Fornhem Feted 

Mrs C O Fnr«berg. ihe fonner Miss Alice Wilkinson, was 
rueM nf hfinf.r at s mlscelUnenus shower given by Mm. Isobel 
Rouckley and Mrs B F Holme* st Ihe latter's Pandora avenue 
home On her arrival, the guest of honor was presented with a 
corsage nf white chrysanthemums with a sprig of heather, while 
her mother. Mm, G. Wilkinson, received a corsage of bronie 
rhrysanfhemtmis and heather. The many useful gifts were con- 
tained In a dutfle hag. In compliment of the groom, who la In the 
navy Tho«e present Included Mrs G. Wilkinson. Mrs. D. Parker. 
Mrs R Banning. Mrs G Normsn, Mrs M. Richardson. Mr*. Irene 
Carruthers, Mrs. Doris Mnore. Mr* MlUy Waierston. Mrs. Dor- 
nihv Reid Mm Peggv Andetsnn. Mrs Ber>-| MacDonald. Mrs 
F-U'ihe Norman. Mr*. Margaret .«Undeman Allen. MGa Marg 
Thomson and Miss Yvonne Banning 


A brand new version of the 
box - Ivautlfullv tailored 
classics or striking new 
Niew’polnia In the three pte<’e 
ensemble You'll find them 
all at .‘^currah*. 


.Sexton, shell headdress held the finger 
lumbla, |tlp veil of ivory nylon net. She 
Christ carried a bouquet of Johanna 
ilurday |h 1II roses. 

In mar- 1 Golden TOist velveteen day- 
Ith Mol-!i«tfg(n gowns were worn by Ihe 
Hobart four at’endani.*. The flre»*e« 
e Road, were fashioned with bateau 


Merston. Mrs. J D PrentUe 
Miss Msry Campbell and Miss 
Susan Edgell. 

Following the ceremony, the, 
young couple received guests In 
the main lounge of the Oak Bay 
Beach Hotel, which was deco- 
raied In autumn tones. Mrs. 
Molson. who wi.re a dark brown 
afternoon dre'js, acces.sitrl/ed 
with a dark brown velvet shell 
hat. and Mrs Torrey. who chose 
a grey en'^emble of an after 
noon dresa and shaded velvet 
beaded hat in inned grey were 
also In the receiving line 

A four tier wedding cake 
topped with roses (vntred th« 
bride’s table, and was cut by 
the newiv'wed'. Mai W f'- 
Merston pr"p,i».ed the toast to 
the bride* future happiness. 

For her going away outfit, the 
bride donned a -iwi-is linen suit 
In a soft »lude of green, with 
brown and beige hat and match- 
; Ing accessories Her corsage 
was of Johanna Hill roars 
I Following a honeymoon In 


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Honored at Shotrer 

Mrs Raymond Hill, the fotmer Mgs Mlyan Udstone, wis 
honored at a mueellaneoua shower given recently Mi-! R- 
Wilson ai the home of her mother. Mrs J. Court. 2030 Milton 
street The gue^t of honor was presented with a corsage of 
white ro^ehu'ls and her mother received a pink carnation-corsage. 
The gifts filled a gailv decorated box Games were played and 
refir^hmenis wete servH The Invited guests were Mrs F R 
1 idoone Mrs J Llitler, Mrs t; Ayotte, Mrs. R Blake. Mrs G. 
Winter and Misvc* Pat Dunn. Marleen Wilson. Beverley Chlvers 
Bevel lev Vve J..an OUlnall. Beverley LIdstone and Marigene 


mg .shade Rusi lone*l chry san- 
ihemums wete in their bou- 
quets'. 

Mrs. John Armour was ma 
Iron of honor for her alaier. 
while Miss Jane Torrey, sister 
of the groom, and Mias Char- 
lotte Amhrhlge were brlden 
m.iids. .\nd Mr*. John Springer, 
the hiide-matron. 

Best man was Mr. William 
T«ure>. while ushering were 
Mr. David Molson, Mr John 
Armour. Mr. John Springer and 
Mr James Merston. 

Chrysanthemums, gladlolua 
|mnp«r oeet'h. helenlum. dahlias 
: and marigolds ranging from 


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Siadfield home W'hich was deco ^ held ai her home, 

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ding belU- Tlie bride's table. Friday. Dec 2 was named as 
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Margot Thomson of Victoria, left, and 
Susan (’roo. Mosachie l^ke, right, wore 
relieved to find that freshmen are not 
the only "new ones" when they re- 
ported for opening assembly. Thursday 
morning. Soon after their arrival they 


met a new member of the college 
faculty. Miss Anne Gorham, centre, 
who has come from Halifax to lecture 
In botany. Mis.s Gorham received her 
B5sc degree from Dalhousie and her 
MSc from Mt'Gill. 


Thui sday and Friday saw eager freshmen and sopho- 
mores stud>ing clas.s lists posted in the college hall- 
ways. Here sophomore Betty-I»u Hemmmgson, 
extreme left, shows freshmen Barbara Woolison. 
Barbara GUI and Isobel Ogle how to determine where 


to repoit for lectures Monday morning. Miss Ogle 
was m'ently awarded The Canadian I^egion bursary 
for s<holaslic achievement in her final year of high 
school. 


Home Hoiilc to Glorv 
For Rug-ii<M)kinv 
Housewife 

BY KM/.ABKTH TC>0>IEY 


Freshmen Embark 
On four-Year Journey 


When the 8 10 bell nng« for ihe firM 
leriuies Monday mominR. eager fresh- 
men at Victoria rollec^ will embark on »h# 
Initial lap of a fom yrar Jmirney. rich In 
the experiences H has in offer 

5M)me will irave) only pari of the way. 
while otheia will *cek to prolong the ex- 
ploiation of their rho^en field heyond Ihe 
four year period. Bui whatever the dia- 
lance travelled each will find some reward. 

For Ihe new fnenflslnpa formed, iha 
irtea.a and lnlere«ia gained, are as import- 
ant a part of college life as lectures, study- 
ing and the ultimate at'quisltlon of a degree. 

In lecf.grmion of this fact, many extra- 
curricular activities have been planned hy 
the fa*'u V and students' council not only 
for the first weeks of the term hut through- 
out the mllege year. 

This week, of course, will he given 
over to the 'Frnsh'. 

We«tnesd.iy. they will don blue Jeana 
and plaid shirts for their first Informal 
•mixer' ‘The Howdy Hop.” staged In the 
college auditorium 

Friday, they will appear on campus In 
an init|ati»n regalia as yet undiaclnsed hy 
Its originators, the sophomores. Then In 
the evening all will parade through town 
to the Crystal Garden where ihe first big 
social event of Ihe year, the ''Frosh Dan'^e” 
Will he held. 

Winding up the week's events Is ttie 
'•Fto«h Tea" planned bv the Women'i 
Undergraduate .Society for .Saturday after- 
noon. when first and second year women 
students will gather at the college to meet 
Informally, women members of the faculty 
and the wives of ihe professors 

'Frosh' week over. IniroducUons ma/le, 
Ihe class of '.V Is isunrhed on Its journey. 
And w'ith them go our best wnshea for sue- 
cesalul and happy college days. 


NFW YORK tfPt l,et no girl who 
dreams of fame and fortune tgnnie the 
home route to glory 

ftesidrs Ihe prirea awarded for 
rooking and M-wIng oktilx hy nia|or 
i-nnIeHt sponsors, there are IlMle known 
rewards reaf>ed dally by enterprising 
housewives whose bright Ideas bring 
them eventually to the hig rlly. 

Like (iloria Finn, for in-Htanre. who 
drove into town over the weekend In the 
old family seiian with her suitcase and 
two hooked rugs in the car trunk 

That's right linked rugs. .She left 
them In the car ttunk and went to a jiarty 
where she met a typical colletilon of would- 
be male exeeutlves and eager career girl 
aspirants. 

' You say you live In Washington. D 
on(t working girl ssked the tall, altracme 
brunette, not knowing, of course, about the 
hooked rugs In the car. "Where do you 
work there'" 

Mra. Finn hesitated. I^ier she ex- 
plained w’hy. 

“If I say I don't work." she said, 
Tni immediately shrugged off as a 
housewife, and people are Inclined to 
dismiss housewives ton lightly. If I 
say I hook rugs, they immediately think 
of flowers and roses and a dowdy little 
old lady.” 

SVell there aie nn i-oses In the rugs 
she honks. And there i.s notiiing dowdy 
shout the lady or the $.V)0per-rug prk*es 
ahe gets. 

Mrs Firtn Is Ihe wife of s Wa.shington. 
DC. dentist and the mother of three young 
sons. A few yesrs ago she got tired of 
hooking rugs from "warmed-over editions 
of I9th century mg patterns." 

She got some outstanding American 
designers Interested in dedng special 
abstract patterns to he copied by her 
In hooked mgs. and the result was a 
eollectlon of rugs that now is being 
shown around Ihe country hy the 
American Federation of Art. 

She has had exhibits m museums and 
if the four rugs she rollorted last week lo 
show to a feilriw’ship for the Louis Comfort 
Tiffany Foundation wins approval. Mra. 
Finn may he on her way to South America. 

■■I'd like to work with .South American 
artists and do a s|>ecial collection of rugs 
there ' she said. ' You know, people will 
Borepi abstract designs in a mg that ihev 
won't accept In a painting. They don't 
expect the rug design lo be a picture. 

"Anyway." the pretiy mg craftsman 
added, "people who think women want the 
same old thing f»n the n«s>r are wrong. 
Tliey don't have enough confidence In 
h'Uisewtve.s' la.ste. 


For many thi.s year at conege will mean the forming of new- and la.st- 
ing friendships, as students from all parts of the Island as well as 
other pai1a of Canada gather to exchange information and ideas, 
('tetting acquainted while they waited for the first assembly to begin 


Thursday, are. left to right, Cecilia Ivatts and Ruth Anne Gordon. 
Victoria; Faith Windeyer, Duncan; Daphne Hall. Melchoein, and 
Carol Penty and Winn Lochhead, Victoria. 


Rv Pstsv .4|nnott 
Social Department 


Photo# by 
Bud Kinsma 


I.ooking forward lo a year of further 
scholastic achievement are. left to 
right. Sarah Elliott, Victoria: Valerie 
Squance. Saanich: and Anne Lucas. Vic- 
toria. Recipients of the Chris Spencer 


and I’niversity Entrance scholarships 
for highest schola.stic standing in their 
respective school districts la.st year, 
Ihe girls will begin first year stitdles at 
the College on Monday. 


DurinR Ihe first few weeks of the col- 
lege year, new students look to the 
experienced sophomores for guidance. 
Typical of the latter is Ina Corbett, 
above right, who was ready to weirome 
the ‘frosh' and answer th^r queries 


when they arrived wonderingly at the 
<^llege for the find lime Thursday. 
VYith Ina are two Victoria freshmen. 
Barbara Salonen, left, and Barbara 
Sanson. 




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20 fially (Colonist VTcforU, b.c., Sbo., s«pi. is. i9S> 


Oclohrr Woddi’ii" PI 


ins Announred 


Diane Parsons. Jack V. Wilson 
Wed in Double-Kins Cereinonv 


Miss Wilkinson Wed 
In E veninji Ceremony 


At a doiibl^-rlnj: I'eremon) In r<»M>s ami I'arnaiion* Khcir inil ilivrr. v^.i» 

1. John's Anglican «-hurch ri* s(onr and {tenrl ami Mr K I* i .i' ' 

•ntly Amu Dianr, daughter p**arl tie»kUce rt»mpleied her A ai trd 

[ Mr. and Mr*. Frank Parson*, ensemble A re.epiHo. m 

HU) Pembroke »ireel was J (Iraham of rampbell aietmhiel Hot. 

nited In marriage with Mr. Rjver wa.> matron of honor and bride's table m.i 

thn....,.onM 

lafleia dre.ss with mahhini; with pink and 
cresoenl lutndeau. BrutesmnidH Mr. R. M t'ano' 


Downer officiated and Mr Fred 


CISCO and Miu Thurle> Duck, 
were in Ice blue taffeta guwn» 
styled on princess lines and had 
ahrug jackeu. The aiiendant.s 
carried btmqueta of blue and 
pink gladiolus. 

•Mr. J. t*. Isherwood. t'amp 


For a weddiriK ^rlp 1 >n mioImf 
to the I’nllod J^tale' Mi% U il* 
.son dnnned an impt»ric-t wn.d 
tweed sheath dress wiilj ma«»h* 
ing box Jacket. d<N*p red ai i ev 
M>rie« and cnrs.ice of p..!i* scb 
Inw rosebuds. 


bons formed her bouquet. 

Mr. Dennis Rusaell waa best 
man and gue«ts were ushered 
to pews marked with fail 
llowers by Mr. Fred Bracken 
and Mr F. William Reed. 

Toast to the bride was pro- 
posed by .Mr. Frank Wilkinson 
at the reception w'hlch followed 
at Norway Hou.se. A three-tier 
cake decT)raled in basket weave 
design and trimmed with yellow 
rrisehuda centred the bride's 
table. 

As her going away costume. 
Mrs. Forsberg chose a grey-blue 
wool tailored suit, champagne 
hat. ahoes and gloves and navy 
blue purse. Her corsage was an 
orchid. 

.Mr. and Mrs. Foraberg wlU re- 
side In Victoria. 


music. 

Gladiolus and asters with 
gysophila were used to decorate 
the church and bouquet* of 
sweet peas and white heather 
marked the guest pews. 

The bride, given In marriage 
by her father, was radiant in 
her lull-length wedding gown 
of while brocaded satin stjled 
on princess line* and bolero 
Jacket with Medici collar and 
Illy point sleeves. Her finger 
tip veil of illusion muted from 
a coronet trimmed with pearls 
and her bouquet was of pink 


Rev F E. II. Jones pet formed 
the loremony In a floral selling 
of white gladiolua. for the 
daughter of Mrs. G. Wilkinson. 
2Gl'i'i Ceflar Hill road. Victoria, 
and Ihe sun of Mrs. H. Foraberg, 
Keewatln. Ontario. 

The lovely gown, worn by the 
bride, given in marriage by her 
uncle. Mr, Frank Wilkinson, 
WAS irrmmed at the neck and 
hem with champagne toned ny- 
lon net and featured three- 
quarit r length sleeves. Her hat 
was enirme with fraihem and 
velUng In a deeper shade and 
she earned yellow rosebuds 


FIR WOOD 


The rngaRcmont is announced of Mi&s 
Sylvia Komela Slu.snrenko. youngest 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Slusar- 
enko, 1170 Hilda street, to Mr. Gary 
Charles Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Harry pr. Jones, .'1029 Balfour avenue. 
The wedding will take place in Cen- 
tennial United church on Oct. 21 at 
7.30 p.m., with Rev. Douglas P. Carr 


officiating. The bride-elect has chosen 
her swter, Sonia, as maid of honor; 
Mrs. R. Wright and Miss Donna Buffie, 
bridesmaids. TJie groom-elect's cou.sins, 
Mr. Walter Bradshaw, Mr. Victor 
Jones. Jr., and Mr. Donald Munro. will 
act as best man and u.shers. — (Photo 
of Miss Slusarenko by Chevrons, Mr. 
Jones by Hud.son‘s Bay) 


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The kilt hen 
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Slippers for 
.luvenilc Home 


Beauty Salon 


OTTAWA (BUT) _ A Und » rrmam,. Inr 

lot mlDtam women Jounde-I Ihf 
looMo ..«lay tor aU thoir lollow 
Can.rtlon l.-male., >n n..- up in '‘^'7’ 
rlKlnrou, wrath aga.n .,1 tho law duUo.v 

lot (ho main, . * " » 

her hUHbandx home by keeping 
,ln ihi* country, accordin'* to itHimers or boarders, or by gn»w 
offulaU of the ••Canadian cm mg «nd selling garden Muff, 
mutee -r. Uie st.* ' -if wc, * =?-r - 7 is not hen but her 

mamc'l women under in..- Uw hiLvband'* However. If the hu> 
siaiuJ harrlly a chance of gKimg hand agrees she may keep ihe 
a fair share. The committee i& tash. It may be regarded as ■ 
headed by Mrs. G. JJ. FinJ.i> ‘gift* to her. 

'•on of Ottawa. 3. 1111$ country has a federal 

! The long-uuimoded laws must Slft tax. and a husband must 
go. commute* spokeswomen P*y much tax on a gift to 
Mid. Or, failing that, gel a Dls wife as on a gift to a 
thorough housecleanmg. I. stranger who has done nothing 

; -Mo.t nt our prcwnl l»wi' 7 ''''•"'7"'.^' 

conerntas women hev. .tood 7' 

To" mL.rr .Tpur'U"'" 

cenUy, have lodged no protest," a • — 

•aid Mra. Flnlayion. -li la Ira. “culi 1™ 

huaband-. income taa exemption 
about thla n«.w. „„ , dollartorcloliar baji 

„ '"r'"" »■ ?<■« how ham . 

urged their alsiers 'nHU , . . , . . 

D I . . LI. • • wife works to beip bold up 

Btmavbita, Nfld., to Klndakuii j. ^ 


A) the recent meeting of Royal 
Roads Chapter. lODE. $l.i was 
voted f<ir the purchase of .clip- 
pers for the Juvenile Detention 
Home, In addition $2.'t was ear- 
marked for sernndary edura 
Unn 

T*nuU'-r plane were laid for 
a rummage sale to be held Oct. 

The next sewing mceiing will 
he held at 8 p m. Members are 
asked to bring old woollens to 
this meeiing. 

Mrs. W. R. Beevert was pre- 
sented w’ith a silver spoon on the 
eve of her departure for Eng- 
;and. 


Candy added to 
the regular diet 
keeps one 
healthy and 
happy. 


Mr. Willioms 


l-eadlng New York 
lialrslvle authority, 
will Ite ill nur 
Beauty Salon 
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Pudding Mix 
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\lvsterv Cake Makes Itself 


Ft* W W W ^ m * fhaJ 

p ills JidCla i rs *" 

in»* hai'lp<i tnmg in ihp worii 
B> TH^ < HI E of »hp fun Putting h«rk jo import in \our h«kinj; ac- 

Eclair* faU rtpfinitely Enlo momonis iiviiir-' I'ookcrv. ii\p*p rlay*. i* 

thp giamour rtP*»Pii ralrjor) "*** hasten lhi» proccdutf ^ brisk anrt huMnossijke 4ll/iir, 

«f ... h-^.. th.m ® minui-*!!. Now Hur snmptim*'* it a fun to 

m.». ot u. h.v, lh#m only ^ ^ ^ moMn.n.l 

whPn dining out. from the bailor, boating ihornugbly “ahra. adabra" and a mssu-r- 
piAirj' tray m a fancy Fromh a/ior oa- h C»>ntinu» l»t*ar. Ion* i ulinary offci-i When Hus 

roxtaurani. Thoy'ro rp.illy tbg till mixiutf la Hni'»oi»i and Hnudmi like mood sio.i, o\rr 
ofl*y 10 make a» homo, how 'Ou. ihai w me lunc to sri n.e 

14 . * * 


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p.irk.igpd puilding mu Ihickrn and dry. H*-k.Mn sour bv Insiimg 

You can make vanilla filled spread dough out one ‘Inch ^’^fr^twK!\■ mio the kit.hen an>l 
C‘ uir* fni'icrt with chocolate thick, on lightly gtPHijfl cof.Ku- *hovMng tlwm ihai you 
or <h*HTilttiefilled Irnatmt wiin >,h»‘ei.« in 5 Inch h^ I'a intn bothinp up >our slee\c. Then 
\anila But then'* a inck to 51, pUi-ed 2 inches .ioari to 'hem oi.s,-. vp \.'U pouring 
li before cooking, add a little f,„ fc,, reading Hak* fur a P»*rfe.-tlv plain . ,^ke batier into 

pure vanilla extract to yo.ir pu. 1 - 30 minutes in a prenealerl 400 K. everyrtav iinm\ 'U tious ung 
ding mix to give It a lull, rich oven. •'^Pniikle -.gar and cocoa 

flavor I 1. .. .. *"{• tip/rii.* it.pir \er\ r\e 

L . . boldiv fvmr a . up of ■’oHee 
ECL. 4 IK SIIKI.I.S nu of the oven brown an. 

(■•imoine 1 cup water ’» cup puffy, t ut off tops and fi.l oven. 

bu"er or marguiine and '• le*!- *''•*** *‘heli. using a fiasiry tube When the bakuig iv fmislied 
»r..on of aali and bring in hod. fnr accuraej. with i-hrarril.iie or «.Tke out wiMt >* , . i. 1 . r. . . 

i> se the lop of J double boil'T vanilla prejwred pudding mix. wirtmati. flniiiP^h. The^e « the plnffr makes thi.s the on package Sp..on exenly Into 

e.o rtife*-i|> un the ^lovv you il Make mix a.cnrding lo diree- , ake and lavivhlv and delh - . \ wellgreased JO tn. h ring mold. 

u«e the botiom half laier 1 Re* ip>nK on the package bur add Jy diRtnhuteif .«\»t 11 is a thuk "/* '‘‘‘'■urp >«u ('^rf^nme brown '•ugar augar 

m-'ve from heat and a<ld a cup one teasfxion ot pure \anilla rj.- h moch-i saijie W'ir> made ' * rii y u^i louM, and enroa and sprinkle o\er 

of flour, all at nnit. bealuig it extract before cooking. it? y.iij didn't and they didn’t! >I 3 sTE,ll\ .>I(M H,A KI.NG <nke baiter Pour tx»f fee all over. 


fiaillt (Solontflt Victoria. B.C.. Saa-. Sept. 18 . 1955 21 

Saule Rice First for Risotto 


T*here are other way* to pre 
pare rue than by boiling 11. 
Italian rook* give it a wonder- 
lul nuilike flavor by aauieeing 
it finil. then rooking it gently 
in a flavorful stork. In make 
the delicious dish called ns 
aoMo. 

The trick to a n'iotio lies in 
the preliminary xauieeing In 
a iar skillet heat in 6 1 


for half an hour It will be soft 
and fluffy when tt comes nut 
.<er\e tt plain with Parm- 
esan chee«e nr with a icmato 
spagheitt sauce 

* « * 

Hnw pan 1 prevent potatoes 
from changing color when 1 
ma*h them’ 


E‘ir'’t. keep cut potatoes under 
water until you re ready to 
rr*nk them. As soon a.s the 
«-o»«Ked poiatives are drained, 
mash ih«*m wiih a libera) of 
pie«>i'alded milk. This should 
keep them white and attraritve. 

bf Th» a»*t !■« 1 


Into the mixture, t.'oniinue yHf»sT|N(»s made it>eir |n addiii'm » > 

beating untrl mixture form* a being lor . of fun, ihu Is reallv 

smooth ball *haf leaves ih« «ide Einish yttur eclaus wuh a tf,p mo<»i labor saving way m 

— - -- frosting use vanilla for ch'HM* jg s-ni'-e we have ever 

I • |v late filled, chocolate lor vanilla be^rd ah..ii' 

( omhine ncans f'offue *cf* 1 ream piled ' ' - in 

To make chocolate froMing jhe hnllow renire nf the c.ike 
\\ ifK \1 ao9 combine one cup eifted lontec- ^fior it i« turned out or*:- the 

n llll .tIIHI lionet's sugar with \ to 3 U‘b- -- - 

HP.r-» . c...«-rr.l. th.l. . 4 ! W m f. 

vantlia e.xtrart, ‘s juiuare mellc .1 M K M 

real money-saver -a time saver, Mix well. iiHil 

ff>o, Make It from your pantry and sfuead over tops. This will 

Self «tore nf siaples for a quirk frost H eclairs fTl £1 J 

lunch or supiwr. ’Ut jf O 


' ^ and cofo* and sprinkle over 

^sTE,ll\ .>I(M H,A KI.NG <nke baiter Pour ixvffce all over. 

1 p.i-k*«ge s|i,.e .nke mix moderate oven .IV) 

». cop brown sugar ^ mmuies. In^ 

-- cup MiL*ar v^'"' large plate pref 

^ lanlo^poon^ 10.0a frnh\\ wiih a “wtII" to receive 

1', cups strong rnfiee "1^" ^hrm* during baking. 

1 q-vri r*>ffe. .CP cream ■"^'**'* - 

• cream Serve at once. Makes k 

Piepare rake mu a* directed to ih servings 


Add Individual Touch 
To Spaghclli Sauces 


T 10 c^pagnciii sauces 

p/ifitenu of a 1 pound can of 

baked beans. Chop rontenis of ^ ^ ^ Kaiing |i*ilian *ivle is hcinm -;v. ->ed •u**-’. aie the per- marn sauce wl*h delightful re 

a Ilf ounce can of luncheon pj * I. |'|•nQr||t.• |**'C popular these uaw that ferr ba-e for improvisation. s.jIia. 

meal into rube*; epread over • lllvIV* \<lta!II> |pi//a pie u beginning to rival V it ll find, if y.'u experiment Chopred. sauieed muHhrrtoru, 

ti . I— s inspc with ajuithcr I . - * " ' i^'=- •'" garl- and prirsiey are a won 

1 pound < an of bean* T Fcnc 11 UrcssHi 2 And a big b^twl of spaghetti xn be whipped \ip in a liffy rterfiil addition to anv canned 

In a separate bowl, combine C |with a rl<-h. spicy sauce, plenty adding the canned version - sauce. Chopped onion, also 

7 laolespoons chopped onion, a Lo^iking for a new dn-s.sirig of parmcsan cheese, cruMy Itai* ""'I generally, you'll find the sauteed, and ground meat ran 
tablespoon of brown sugar. *1 m vary your green salads? Ian bread on the side and an t’f'ults hard to detect from the go into this one as well- lei It 


*»l uncooked rue N<»w. over 
moderaie heal, let the ri»e vtiok 
gently, stirring and watching 
11 «-arefuHy. The rue will ah- 
.sorb the oil and «tan turning 
yellow In the pro4ess Add 
more nil as ii disappears and 
keep stirring the rue until 
every gram is a gleaming 
golden brown. 

Have leadv a pint of no. k 

it may be vegetable beef, 
thicken or a i«anhinahon Pour 
it slowly over the rue, stirring 
as you do so Simmer for a 
few minuies. (he rice will ab- 
sorb the liquid. 

You ran if you like add a 
lew tablespoons of tnmai.i 
psvte sauteed onions and green 
peppers or sauieed mushrooms 
.sceason to taste you can add 
a pinch of basil, or *nme garlic 
salt. 

Turn the risotto Inm a cas 
serole and bake in a .\VtF oven 

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llll'k I VpflmV 'hat fe.-r ba-e for improM<^aiinn. sijliA. 

III 4 .IV* XilValllV |pi//a pie u beginning lo rival V:-i! ll find, if y.'u experiment Chopr.ed. sauieed muHhrrtoris, 

F - I IV • ;*« t - * " ' garl- and prirsiev are a won 

reneli Uressin And a big b»*wl of spaghetti -xn be whipped \ip in a liffy derftil addition to anv canned 

s jwith a rl<‘h. apl<‘y sauce, plenty *^y adding the canned version - sauce. Chopped onion, also 
Lo^iking for a new dn's.sirig of parmesan cheese, cruMy Itai* generally, you'll find the vauieed. and ground meat ran 


tea*po»>n each salt and dry mux- Here'a one that has ih* lanti overflowing .salad bowl iv s ctnginal isimmer for a white whh a bay 

turd, teaspoon ground black nf French drrs.sing hui 1* thick favorite (holer for an informal rftV THE-sK jleaf for added flavor, 

pepper and '4 cup of wafer ^nd ereamy. This recipe makes party or family supper. e„me stieeeciiont to Anchovies a few ma.vhed into 

I'nui over be»ns and meal. Bake 3 cups you ran keep it awhile This column lx f*’r cv.y.s w no Mart vou fhinklnc ^ T * 

4 v minutes or until brown in a m the refrigerator, however. hke the Idea of a sp.ighem <im*, M,nV.. » *01.111 nmnn hair a anchovy pa.sie, d<> won- 

prehe^ied^vrn. 37.1 E . ^ First, combine a leo*p.-nn ner. hut mn t Apare the ihree gmen itepper a llMle celerv and tomato 

each of aaii. puprika and dry imurs It takes to m-.ke a i'phI a small dmeof garlic S*viie till '"'uh ^'^'1 

mustard. teaspoon hlacK pep |- spaghUfi xatu e. There are add a ran of meal, i „u ” k * 

per. 2 teaspoon* grated oni..n plenty of ex. eilent canned .*pag- mmato or mu^-hneim spaghetti chopped 

and a clove of garlic. Add 2 heitl *au'-es on toe market In muic, and .'immer for JO 

;ieaspnonx brown sugar, >* cup various flavors In auii your rnimiu** or *0. hilute with a * 1 "* probably dream np 

(catsup. S cups rtder vinegar , taste 'In one ca.se a complete wine, if vuu like. Top- f more IndividualMtJ. 

;and the white of one egg. Rea: packaged spaghetti dinner in* ^.r! with plenty of grated your own A liMle 
with a rotary beater till thick, eludes meat or mu.shroom sau' e cheese h« deliciHus imagination, and 

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;ieaspnonx brown augar, >* cup various flavors to auii your rnimiu** or *0. hilute with a * 1 "* probably dream np 

(catsup. S cups rtfler vinegar , taste 'In one ca.se a complete wine, if vuu like. Top- f more IndividualMtJ. 

;and the white of one egg. Rea: packaged spaghetti dinner in* ^.r! with plenty of grated your own A liMle 
with a rotary beater nil thick, eludes meat or mu.shroom sail' e chef'se h« dHuiuus imagination, and 

— - “ px*U. grated ehwHe and all'j jo fortify a meat aaure or 

«nd. if you like ytuir rooking to cnh.ince a mealies* one. ma.^h J"" /T " product of 
hear the touch of ymir indlvidiia- up •• fKiiind of chopped meat. ^ loving preparation 

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■ V I O 'dash of garlic piTwder. and a 

llPP^ll pirn h of b.ixil or rosemary. 

|i*ook, stirring, nil meat is 

1 -^ jihoroughly done, and blended 

t l.*iniP h""* sauce. 

x.F£lllH.- j Clam sauce la ea.sy lo make - 

».n .. .. N cup of drained, canned chop* 

-rM you huvf • wlp* for ^ , l.hloipoon ol 

will. rhoo.»ot«nrtn,hrre,mr.’ pl.ln lo- 


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fall 

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tweed 

k 0 pi»t of 
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fleek wnrldlv. and beauHfullv* 
finished are the lovely new 
•lilt rreaitons at Wllaon's . . • 
from the CIty-hred Box 
Suit In tweed, tapered to 
vour slenderness, to the 
Utban and aophlaticaled ttylea 
)uat arrived from 
all over tha world. 

from . . . 79.50 


In ? tahlespoon* of hiiHer. , .f|H 

^ saute 2 small shallot* (or 1 » > • t ’ i ▼ 

__ I small onion* chopped fine, along nicy >aurc 22 

wiih 2 tablo*p/wtns of lean ham j * 

chopped Saute nil shall*" :• II Ifl >0 • 

golden. Stir In V rup of bread IF llll I (11 ti 
crumb*, and siir and rook till ^ j 

lightly bmwnetl Add IS cup* . for a change, and / 

of game or meat stock, Fmi.sh ChineM* favohie that U 

with S teaspoon of lemon lulee "^nhine* pork with apple*, pep* /g 
and add a tabletpoon of minced • "Pi'-y 3f , 

{•arsley. pounds of lean j>ork W i 

. In very small piece* and same m L 

'In \ cup of shortening unlil •/ /' 
The Servimusfrroup of Metro- „ 

poMian rutted rburch met re . /. 

rently In the ladies' parlorwhere , /.* 

M.e devotional wa* taken b> ,ir»e*n'l burn * 

Mr.x W. W. Vev. Following a , , 4 ^ 

..K'1.1 h.l, hour io» «... MTvr.1 „ Romovr i..p,, «.o,lK ,n.l mom- J- 
hy Mr,. H. V. Knnuir,. a.M.tr.| hr-nr. .ml cul 2 *r^n popiu-r. 1 / & 
hv Mr.. A. K. A.l«m., Mr.,. W. •'""li / fi 

S, .smilh «n,l Mr. J. K. B,rn.lt. , » ‘^P* ' ‘ *P- ( 

. Ipie* and . « up nf chicken bou I ^ 

I II I ' lilon. lo pork. Bring to broiling i .7 
point, cover and simmer for 10 X 
minutes. Blend 3 lahleapoon* of 

- .iirnsiar(h into ■* cup cider N. 

I MOMm ^ 

I AI.^O 4.KH.4. I-ITM \N of «ny sauce, 

I kMlMlMmi-t, d- -...C.ir, le,isj«*in A.Ut ^ 

■ , few- i’r,u?:= of pepjuT and A 

cup clncken bouillon .'stir over 
heal Hll Ihlikencd Serve over I'm, 


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neat nil im< aened serve over J'ranklv .''•-•lei lOi.- curving 
fluffy rice, with more .*o> sauce princes* ' Jumper that make* 


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H# own cropped blouse too. 

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Inn Jacket la lirved with matching 
monogrammed fabric. 1 9 C HH 
Slse 10 FMce ■ Cw#UW 

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Fine wool worsted wool dress of 
twilight grey with low. dropped waist- 
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»ck aci»aor« atiarpmrd p 
Bhvp. 147 P«tL 4 mt 


MAKRIAGR.S 


npnCEB. HOUEEA (TJAStti. DAY 
at hour Oaa *q>i>itai*->i 4 7115 

U A ~MTI ATIO.NS 
W.VNTKIS— 

maia: and ik>iaijq 


CHAPLIN'S FUNERAL 


l AWNc A.’yp CABI4EMP 

LrjN')-CSTABLUIUKD~ lKTU~OAN- 
d*ii a«ry|<*. landacaping, rockvara, 
maiB'tiiAB.a Laos aparlAltaU. •*- 
p*rrrrr*d Brs; I>'a»a4 prtr*a. bmir 
<*y rnotiacL Baraar. I.p:i4 *ii>i 


CHAPEL 

Wa lB**ta ynu la a«k af a«r ava- 
«*ni*bt paymaat pioa 
la* Oukdru StrMt I-55II 


Bl'SINf>W 

FKUSONAKS 


SuDply Technicions 
Airfronx. Technicians 
Electronics Technicions 

Ar* r*qulr*d by tb* BCAF Ub- 
kAiilfd appHecBia ara fully traiard 
Apply R c A P R*crulUBg Obit. iJii 
Oauframrai Blrrct la Naaaimc 
and Pori A0.«ru apply lb* Caba- 


L04TT — LAOTB 


OOin BULOTA 

• rttt vAt-h gold br*rr>L *l»-lBiir 
Curling Risk and Arvoa. m w*d> 
D*kd*y ***ni>ig X**p4akc. Par 
rraard rail l-f54S 

Lryrr. oreen LEATHinrYVALLvr. 
rrMiiatbmg bra riri rnanay. drl*- 

• r a litrri**. inturam.* rarg abd 
imak kovk. yuinit* Larular Bt. 
BubriantlAl reward. 5-4B75 ar 3-4511 

LOBT-PAHUN POONTAOr PEN^ 
oo BlABfhard botvrrn PWrt and 
Breugbtae. Wadnraday. S*ut*eib*r 
14 Ravard 4.I5I0 


NEAT IN APPCANA-NCB WnW 
PLtABlNU PCRBONAUTT 
ooon BTARTlNa SALARY 
TTFINO EBBENTIAL 


BD4RB 

AS HvaBar* aai •iiearvara, warm 
ar damagad. t* aklituUy tm*’<*4 
ar mad* a*ar t* yaur pkaaaut* kf 
BUIXJ eraftAman. 

ODa-yaar gutraat** an vaub 
pair*. Bitag yoo/ diamond J*val< 
Ury la ua— v# aaU ae caaaigbm*Bh 
/tWELLENB - BavERBMmtB 
70g_ TatM_BUaal Pbasa 3-4341 

HAVE TOO A UORTlIAUB UN AH 
AgraaawBl for aala tbai you ta« 
aaiTc manlbly pAymonta from and 
ora aatiou* t* 0*11 i* ivalUa your 
ratny Aik lot rim Bmitb or /••ha 
Blair tar app«iaim*Ba or th*y 
viU rail At your bema m rtqur*4. 
NortbvrcttrB Bar-jriuoa at Vlciorta 
U4. Oil Tala* BtraaL l-Mka 

cofvfB if»rANn.Y p.riipvm 

• la Lin> 1 < Om and Ca.i<i* 
•*■•• ai.d Pad* tmn i *ult'’ •-<« 
lung.r Sal** 5Bc. Pad* 3.M al 
l*crlli>g'k MoCa.i Ua»v*. 8'«<- 
kaurar. AU>*rton a aaa Abaibc i • 
0(>it Binr** 


NBUA8I.E COUPLE •BCOTCH' l>E- 
• r« |>o«iii 0 B *t rkr«i«k*r*. 
lent T»feretif*« Tn»n *r rvurith*. 
Bob 111 . VkiortA rt**a. 


McCALL BROS 

-Th* P1.'ir»l Pim»ril Ctiap*r 
Uratfna *»*rf f*vilr»en*iit far grao*. 

lot tr.kuia la a madam Mtung. 
IMP PANCOOVER NTNEET 4-Mtl 


10 BUSIN E.SS SUBVICS9 


PATTEnnoW-LkW Th* marr ar* 
I* an'M-jmeU nf Darbara Jr«>i 
doughtfr af Uri Mrorv Lav and 
tS* Jal* Mr Laa !o Mr Ou*i-l 
K*' fi Piiirr*uB *011 ot .Mr ai’d 
Mrr / H Pal**r»r<n. 9lM U- 
BI 7>l* Vr.ldl'lp fr^C 
plae* Bapi I. IHS, 5 p « is tb* 

r 'T<* l’nii*d I'hiirrb R**. Ouug. 
ka B Carr olftnaied 


Box 849. Victoria Press 


Thomson Funeral Hoine 

E(L toil Pormrri* af WtnBip«g 
Oavrg* P*i«r ThniBaaB 
Jack U Irytag 

1175 QUADRA HT PHONE 4-9013 


diatr Logioa. 


DRIVEWAYS BLACKTO P P 8 D 

ouaraaiaed Tarmi 3-0331. 

BULLOOZKBB 

BULLOOEINO AND ClXAIUNa 
r«Bd iradtBg and back-lii:iBa TL* 
tlibi macMaa far every )ak. 

90RN D ElBBINUBfi. JR. 
1-9415 Day 3-1047 Night 


17 SITUATIONS 
WA.NTED— .MALE 


ISA SAL^?;MKN end 
AGENTS WANTED 


ijiNnwrAi’uiu. 


HOCKWORK. 
la-rttA. K*n VuBdrrvaidr 5-7571. 


HAYWARD'S 

■ C FUNCHAL CO LTa 
MTABLIBHED )0«7 
774 BROCOHTPN HTHEPT 3- 


LOST ■ RED CHANGE 
rimiaintiif ram ot mo 
Jubii*o Haapiial grauniU. 
PL>WM T*ni5 


FIPB U-8SRV1L-RUCN 45 53. 

SO. M. 00. grmd aurkara. vant 
B»ma vark •••d ag digging, making 
lavni, truuii-.ng bcdg*4. naaring 
iliLi odd lob« atao auuduig. re- 
pairing ana painUng f*nt.-ei, r)«*n- 
lag •••La, calling* •aaiog aod 
poTiabiiic Daort )-O5A0 iF>**«* 

riog tight tunaai Suaday only r»- 
t«c*n n am aod t pm, •-•» 
0-7 pm vpakdav* anly b*lae*>. 
7 and 0pm PI*om> **k tor Cbarl** 
th* oardtnar. 3*«5B0 

AVAILAflLE~!MWBDlATBLT. BE* 
p*Mracad acooniitaBi. rtai *it*t*. 
lumbar, parrall rHtk Eactilaul 
yeftraac** Aoitra* la ha>* patm- 
aorni poklUan viift chaae* far ad* 
vanramrnt 9-50gS _ 

RSCriMUBNOlNll OL^BR MA.S. 
* 0 B*r.i»'i*l’*>«A trukivorlht vr**- 
tila affabi*. Hptaadid *ddr*t« and 
per*<ma<ity Mr*ik cubit* parthu- 
lari* veiL Ba* 030. V’rtorta Prtit 


PALNTBBB AVD DKOOBATOBS 


BIO CHEQUE WEEKLY FOR iXIOD 
aalatmao. fuU or paro-uma. la aril 
rkc..ikl«* euoranreed liotitin* lit.a 
la rammrrvlAl aad ladutiriaf a<- 
rwunu. M * r*pek-> No uitritmenr 
Dpaningt for ertv moBOgrr* Uer- 
fury C-. fto pr.-t.ti. »g Waum*. 
tab Bi. Waal Torabla. 

FREE UAOIC MONEY-UlKtNO 
aompio hiU far man vna vUl vaar 
and aha* tti*de tn-<yi«a*ura *uila 
Akaaluiair (r*a aur vAluAhla tampla 
autfit vub over 500 Mtt foartr* 
ud *1710 dUploy— no agpertanca 
saadad— big ra«a amfiti la ad«*n<a 
— ytrar avD auii* la vrar and abav 
vitiMut a cant <\T coat ^li ar 
■part-Um*. ottr munay-maktag pika 
make* || ea** ]-• eurn up 10 111 
par day Why Dapl l«3 OatMloa 
Taiforisg. PO. Box SOI ManiraaL 


nr.ATiiK 


TVtRH Or »>N 

1-407 — P*a*:hangi(iA patstutg. 
Qu:cfc. cJaon. rtiUMu P)rkl-rla*a 
vorktsAnaitip Tbirly yaaci aip*- 
'irbta_Vkturla 1«rnu_U (MkiraA. 

MAY I BE OF BCnVICB~rO~YO0i 
•t>AB till rea*anaM* raiubm 
TOMMY RARKBR. 3-4173 


WANTED WOMAN OR GtRL FOR 
nutk* aid dui* al Da«tar Fracru 
Prtaala Ho«pUal Oang** t4-p ar 
B4k 3g 


EliMONf>— At Ilia rakldasr*. TIT 
FiTit Bteeh. Pwney 8 C 0*1 Bep 
timber 17 1055 Ml* All]* M*J-1* 
t”nund astd 73 year*, barn in 

I lyerpoal. E'lglani aod a r*i> 
deii> nf Sidney B c . (<H th* pail 

II vrark Bh* l*ar*i h«r buraand, 
Certl RoTlov Bdmnntf. Oi homa 
her kon. Rnoari BdmnBd. af Vin- 
rauear. l«a daughiara, Mr« Pb«I. 
Ifie Baenry af Povall BI*" BC. 
anil Mra Jabi 'Laurai Read af 
l.any Beach. Ca’iforai*. nao 
rxrvdrhiK two ti<*'** and tvn 
aenhev* 

Af.'aogemtat* vUl be annaunral 
Ui*r by th* •*nd« Puaeral Chapel 
Rl'tnee. B C 


9 MONUMKNTAU WORKS 


Loer-- BLOND AMERICAN COCK< 


BmxoaztNo. excavattno .*nI 5 
road Buildiag. J. Heotan Jr, 0-43H 

' EVANS “COLEMAN & 
JOHNSbN BROS. LTD. 

pat BrUdailBg and Bboerl Wert 

Mb WHAOP rr PuunB t-oiii 


rr opanial namod 
or aU'iay area 
4-7)01 at 3-73N 


(liaoy.- VIctartA 

BrvBid. Pboaa 


MOR-nugna uonomchtsl 
W arka Ltd. 013 Datld Btreal Cit 
1077 M 0 rum*nta murktrA eurb- 
•ogL BtariMi p'aqitrr. m*ri>:*. gt lu- 
ll* aad * 1011 * tar lir*a.i<-**. buttl- 
ing aMsiruetlon. *ta 3-043t 

BriTwAHT UONUIttCNTAL WORM 
Lid . 1401 May 8 ir«*L 4-54U 

Carblmgi ood marker* a cp*cUJiy 
Night phOB** 4-5141 -3-13 U 

'yTl^RuTuONUMINT UkUTlD 
'MrnnrioU af OUUPiUoB** 

1001 P OUOLA9 IT 7-0034 

1 0 A .N N O U N tT-M K N TS 


LOWT. 6 PARB TIRE. WHEEL BLUB 
kaiaran MorigaM and He* Migh- 
uoy 0*1 Buraaid* Rd 0 am. 8 *pi 
I*, loss Pboo* 0-4940 Revard 


Papetbaug.DO at‘e'ia:i>< and potnirt 

s'lO* CP. ROOMS rAPERKrTTAlNT. 
ific. brtub nr *«r*r. giutoa. vaiap- 
ptanfed. Ft** otitmaUu 3-5U7 
D Brnriba 

t tPERIBKCEIf' PAI)mill~wVN Tb 
ll.'.* rhai*** inmlerkt* «a’><f*iUna 
iwoeaiite*.! D*nikla i-MOd 


L06T. SIAMBBB CAT. ANSWERS 
'Oenigie piaaaa rail 3-47li 

Revard 


IKllOOraV 8AOE 8BCRETARXAL 
SEMYtCBB 

IBII ■Uatba/d SL— 4-M14. 3-7101 
Dupiuotiag — Traixaeiipld 
birarl Mail 


VARIETY WOOD 
PRODUCTS 

KITCHEN CABINETS 
COUNTERS 
STORE AND 
RESTAURANT 
FIXTURES 

111 RINOBTON STTUrr 
1131 Syemngt, 1 ll5l 


LOBT. RURN81DB - UARIOOLO 
dlilrict — bl.e* bodgia. anavert ta 
Bama ’ Pto " NegijAarad band an 
lag PTioB* 0-1337 


U RiiOM UP PAPEHIIANQINO. 
Ba.ntmg. «ir 9aU*l«tiiog guaraa- 
l! I J 4741 

C r LONOMAM DECORATOR, 
painvrif. ipiaruig aai>*ih*nttag 
Frew •ttimaie* l•(l/u>* l-ilil. 

ORKUiiB PAlirr WASmNODErT 
Kllrhent ba- l••••'•n■• tis II yearir 
•kpariarii*. pii'in* t-5035 g*iim*iea 

r ;.rt-PAINnNO, OICORATINIA 
tmpai»h* ngUig. i-iari*r paUbiBg 

rt.AIIIC di PAriTWlN 
RU«ln*«« 3 0413 Re«. A-Oilt 

• 10 AND OP-Nryoua PAINTED 
Abd pap«r*d Quick •*r*ico. 3-ST71 


Que. 

WE NAVE AN OFENINO FOB A 
real e«tAt* aoleirnon WtU lecattd 
grouBd n<vir aniea, gewd eomml*- 
al0B butli AppltrAht au*l b**a 
prrreolakle car and abla ta band 
B*ai attaia *«p«rten<* pr*f*rr*d 
Out B(rt cnmjtlet*:* riaaaUpl Call 
Ur. Hick*. Mieka Realty Lid 1 
3-S104 


A7TXNTIONI CALL 
•aRinl*(a oTvrNaal ar 
maabir* 4-3031 A 
Ca gil Fbrt. 


E^'ANg tn Vlritieia ett Beo> Id 
mv y.iph 'Bopa' K>*n* xf 77k4 
RrAti gireet and a r««i4*ni beta 
fnr >5 **••« vidnv nr •!.# i**» 
Nlrhard Eean* 8h» leave* her 
d«u|ht*r Mr*. A B Uunro* 
• X-il'h> and on* vm l>vU ipniti 
nf nn* «M*r in Bair* 

*•>* nia*«a arid n«ph*vk 
n*” T o nriffitn* viii eAndnet 
Rineral *er*le*u m MrCall ftrn* ' 
Fln.*i puneral Chapel an Untirta* 
af'e?n>ivn *t S n’rlnet ynt*fm*nt 
IB m* famlty ptul. Rnyai o*k 
Bunal Port 


LOST. BROWN WALLET CON- 
uiBlng *um of mM*y. davalovv 
Area Pbo«M 3-301S 


THE THXmkripinrAL BOTIETY 
•III hnid a pub:i>i rnavtlng nn Bug- 
i-»\ B«M- U • •’ m 

riH«»rbfn*nt St Speaker w'U k* 
Mr* tlrar* iuai.« her *Mme. i 
Th* *ra'<im nf ’he l•'INl•n Aur* 
fi:«» '•■e’l *(•'• . •'•nred »lldei 

Ererten* la rarjia-’y tp*it*d ta at- 
tend 


8TBNOORAPHEH REQUIRED BT 
rbarlered A'cauniaatt <n Virtaria 
Fatmaaenl ue>>< Ins Write, itaung 
Af*. •kptrMore Acd *aur* tk- 
p*cl*d tn B»t 010 VtrtariA Fre*t. 

wahted'’ limuLX-Ani Hnust- 

k*«p*r. Vidov preferred Madam 
homo. Ivo mol* aduU*. ft** da>t 
v*«kly. four bourt dar. Bo< 044. 
VictorlA Pr*a* 


AMBITTOCB VO UNO HARRIED 
m«a. itudftng k> k* radis-TV t*«h- 
nktaa. uadar aalianai achowl* d> 
kiret vort la tbi* tliid Boa 1001. 
VletoriA fre** 


Rent A aomag* nr airoHer vhUg 
tbapBiDg attb baby ya* dally 
aOBlNBONR 

1707 Bmad Bt Pham* 3-1313 

LAfilRB^OO TOD ENOW TOUR 
buttiad'* lull caa b* rtmodtled 
ta fit yn«y Se* MoriMA 303B 
Oe«g.*« Beraot 3-1033 


LOST - TWO OOLD WEDOIHO 
rlnta. U B Balt Pbon* 3-gllL 
Local 30B 


LOBT-LAOrS WRtBT WATCH. 
k*tve*a OBvtmmant ond B«)vuia 
4- 3077 

llANDTIdAN WANITO. PULL OR 
pan trm* Abla t* drtro. Apply 
IMI Doug in* Btroel 

MtfND- TOUNO 54ALB OOLDSd 
anUlo 4-4341 


EXPERIBNCEn C0W9TRUCT10N 
man. ag* 33. ranulrot pnaulna. Pre- 
ferably hrut* eonalr’M'lloa Tv* 

r ear* *ip*rlenr* PermaneDi WtU- 
Df warkvr. Phoaa Rno I-74H 


CARPtUTPIU 

PR A M I Na FINlEmNO c6n» 
Iractk, f’lttara, alrpt. kitcbaa rah* 
lD*l* IL AsvyU. i-dglli R. Reid 
4-1739 

POR ErrCHEN CABTin^ AND 
*4b*t letartar atirmUasa kOBaull 
M A Maeoa. 3 3041 

PHEX EETlMATEa ON CARPENTRY 
ftr aiMfi reoaira. ramodeilino. nc- 
CaU Norm pvboug 7 1»»4. 


IF YOU ARB AN EXFBRIBNCBD 
rgol-eatal* aaleamAn. v* cah offer 

1 M tb* k**i coBiroct la !••■ <74- 
li klaa Ilia b**t Incattaa from 
which la work Full offtea oo- 
eperallan Fbao* 7-0)40 


LAUIER — DONT TnnOW AWAY 
A pk|f nf ••■■-king* b*raa<4 af a 
run' They can ba tHended lor a 
frorllon of Ih* coai uf a b*v 
pair’ Ye*. ladle*, krtag thtm la 
the R««hlV4. Oil Poft Bt 


FOR BETTER CHROMB FiJtTT.SO 
kr>d ruktpronfioo. rail o« VX Plat- 
lag. 410 Kingkion Biraet 


CLERK TYPTHT PRETBRARLT 
with abertliaBd for offir* of Urg* 
autnmokll* dtAierkbin UaA and 
•ibar itaff basaftia. Boc lOTO Vim 
taria Pr*aa. 


ACCOONTINO. BOOKUBPINO 
and mcom* tag. Compiat* book* 
keeping *«mc*a al raoeooAbla rutob 

rof40._3-5075. 

you’no man with oaroenino 

etperieor* vanl* work doing aama 
• 7107. 


OfinOARD fn Tirknr.a en gepl*m- 
li*r I) toss Rneer Onddard aged 
M ViVe« ef 1174 Fnri Bireei a 
re*H*m her* fne the port 14 T»*r* 
and tormri’v nf Winnipeg. Man 
If* u lurvived by hi* vif* V ’’* 
n-p >nn A’anley Mmsa vt’n th* 
P f A F m iiermaov ivA g'*>\i4. 
'hiM-«r, • kx'er Mr* Ann flh*it- 
b-;t <N*i;' »f wiasiMg. *!v ‘*a 
b*-’”te»« n*fr* nf Landan E-’t 
land ond Will *ra Goddard of 
VirtMfl* Th* laie Mr Onddird 
v*< a member of rumkkun Le<iie 
A F A AM, and atrved at a 
flrema'i ir St. Benlfa**, Man , far 
34 year* 

Funeral •*r«ir*t frvm MpCoD 
Flnral Fianetal Ch*^ on 
T'lextay. BepUmbar 7Q ot I M n m . 
Re* B M Bmil*y nfflrlollirg lb- 
t*’’ment tn Royal C#k Buriat Fork 
• winB'prg gapfr* pi*aa* cagy.i 

HtWKlNB At (h* R*M Narra Rn*. 

e iipl and Banatonum BUtn*«. 

r' an 8*04 IS 1041 Ann 
r hrut’n* Havkln* anl* ehlld nf 
Mr and Mr* l.ennatd Havkln* 
**ed II •*••«. para in Wordiie* 
HlofUrdalue F«a *nd a t*»l 
cl«nt af 1375 W*n*f Avemija Mr 
t>>* M*f 'hre* vrpk* fotm*rly *t 
Ti.if Bf 

pi*>e*» will ha i-rfarad al th* 
8 *< <• y«> *r*i rb*w> n'dnar BC, 
•n Bun-la* B*a« )• I05|, *i y 3 * 
p'l R*4'il*m Ma>* »il ba (un| 
at Bt FiiMhvifi'i Chun h. Bidnay 

r ic An MAhd** Rent. 13 . 1311 ai 
• am Inierm*nt ig Ui* W*«4 
B**nlPh Cem*(ery FortlfMd kv 
rt(*i ol Half Chureb. 


3 U. WOOD MOTORS REQUIRE 
uaad car lAleiman. BaIa» and 
enmffiiMlon Apply Blan Kendall, 
aule* manager. Oftar 19 am. Mon- 
day, B*pi To 


AIJ. WINTER YOUR WTOVB Ig 
foil JKT I* mad* far hoi otive* 


BfUTRAM MaYEIL NATURO- 
palhle ph>it‘'in. ho«:n* returned 
«n-f in *iM*n’’i "f nearly thr** 
imn’h* e*«li*k*. *!•» B.iv rerumtS 
hit pra-’p* 4 ’ tl*l ('>dk Birget. 
nter rne Rni*' fi«nb Buiidjig 


WA.VTED 
MALC HELP 


Fuorro SNQRAVINO 
Rbll-TaBa i.iB* aad Culur Kboraetaa 
t'cmmeifikl Art 
tW.ANO ENORAVKRB 
Oil p*tt*'ok* fiikt iMduv Daugiaa 
Phnna 3-i9fi 


NUIIUNt rDUNOATlD.SB 
• <yia. romfort. tiealth i-ltig 


WANTKO — PERSON WITH HOME 
meal dapartmept ftporienr* Ap- 
ply Craaa Binr** Lid . 1319 Doug- 


MEN. womur UAIUI IS OR 
better per hrar ktiung Watkin* 
prod’irt*. In yn'i* «para Urn* Car 
neaded Phon* 4-7331 l"r laurrlev 


WANT! POR 8 ABN AND DOOR 
glarii-Uaa l* handle Uilpglng ra- 
r*mag and puiting up ardor* 
MiiM !<••* koovledg* of lumi-er 
• anting, eirvaadi and aaah and 
dm-i* Loeol •ypariaiu* gt»*n 
ivreferonr* 44-baur v*«k, unir-n 
raiM Apply by ttiur nitty •taiing 
»ip*rionc* r*t*r*nroa. *t< . la Mr 
3. W. Lard. BuUderi Ba«b W Dour 
Ltd. 350 OArballg Rood. Tutaria 
B C. _ 

AUDtTORB iINroME TAX AB. 
•***ar«'. 34.090-04 030. At Vtclarto. 
nC Full tiarLeulari nn 
94 offlc# of IM n*ll Barttea Oom- 
n«-«*inn Ut’toitai EmDlor’iiei'l Sr'- 
*leo acd P*«i Offir* Apply nnv 
a* 1 -vii h#'v c* Ch^nnUvInn <lh 
floor, mo W. Oaorgla Bt Van- 
tn-jter 3. B C 


CAKPBNTSR REPAIRS ALTYRA- 
Uno*. irmcnl and *aa*ri 3-Ooo2 
H Ptatell 

Bmaf R*p«li Work af AD Kindi 
HoMI BEHVICK 3-07T3 


UNWANTED HAIR 


LOTB FENrlD REPAIRS. REA- 
*an«b:* Bag Oil, Vieiaria Pre** 
4 0)71 


jr.1’4 Vl’TORlA MOVE BAND 
Ag'* 7 •* 14 Ir.alrum—: k nppl-ed 
IMe* il • •anrth N»v menirwti 
a/i-epied •-n’tl 8*p:*m'}*t In Per 
fij-'ner tr-f-rmailon phoB* 4 7313 


TOUNO WOMAN RBQUTRET) FOR 
*««albg haa»*hold dutte* ta ti- 
rhana* for room and paii board 
7.1174. 


t* '•’•rd **•» nKii M*i*-r*i 0 , 

a >« ' *» -it-’irti# *ie- 

pi-a-'uiu u;gi |,4|r Imm 

lie* iTTa'e >-l ti» v*tn nut pent 
i-a'r* iii<.>u*n <ii« u>.t«e *na 
r -« ').• gr'/uih -if (lie rtoir lii’- 
I.i-t Ml* S *70 <>»»rt-!* 

gU*-V V*:. ■«♦»•, a r 
SHOTBOLT DRUGS 

54* Jnhnann m VrlnMi 


I3B HELP WANTED— 
MALE OF FEMALE 


FTUrCO plabterinu and 


TREES TOPPED fXLLXO. FRUNED 
'hoinaav Na loU to* kmall KaU- 
mate* U K*** 3-0451 3 -IWB 


WAKTED > tXPERtCNCEO BALSB 
Ud'ea for fartely ator* Phan* 
’1413 


rOA. M LINX 8 MVBTERT TRIPS 
Bee .Ktrereiil k»auiy •j’’'** »*«b 
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1>* M Tvaraair* Alda aod Plaam 
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roim MATTREM REBUILT LHCB 
oaw tt a kanuip* aaving OgbAtnary 
regklri Boat euabtaoa tn ardor 
AU*« Matutaa Shap tTU Ouadr* 
at KlllJidn 4-4191. 


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3 IMR 

wonn AHU cuAi rrovs a-i 
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tank 4-1 c.-ntmnn, |IR l)->i gJI. 
V..1..1I* pre.* 


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(or eaie Eerellani eneditinn B<ea 
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and (ar.ikg l-34kl 

UBEF BY BID! OR MUAHTEK 
naei bAlt or vhui* goad far 
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Iny marhine like tiav, »4a ore 
rhiama tbbia. tv* ahaii* IIR 
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tr**t. |T r>n* ira'iing baaiR It 
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perferl rupduran with narantee. 
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VENPITAN HLI.NDB-LALL UB FOR 
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Alta Heep tea* Britiah lad'a rug 
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DAB noOH PIIRNACI 
man fidiini rwu and reel 
one pair lartr a *k* e, 
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raaib aaita *i> i maiireii 

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survey your plumb-nq 
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WE BUY AND SELL MUBICAL IN- 
nramenia aamerta lmat« apon- 
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manta 141. eiireoua rhUb ta>l*i 
tank aev parte 113 M. yltramj* 
(tun* pedea’al vttn baetn vtib 
chrMB* faurate bud trap 111 
canning morhin*. Burpr* Bimplel 
hardly -u**d. 113 IR. eoal a-d vaod 
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CORN. IMFHOVED BANTAM. 
Mira eveei .atR* Black Dlamaad 
pUrnr Rar'.leit pear* aptiiet. *a(- 
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P»i»*» tegeinanie rre* italieery. 
lORd Oeirdnn Head Road 1-tl«R 


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pae* RI4 ti's-hark rh*ir and hat- 
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only 

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tint i.me the fal.’ilmii m* al- 
fared an a 'en'ai p'i*‘bair plan 
laguire ’43 V*>r* 3-aiii 

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cha.ti iibe nev HR Raio • Mseg 
carpel and under ygy DR Bl.je 
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dayeaean de«b Hu and Hyr 
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rht'f and Rail’ h*"** a'eftrir M* 

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<> raal ive i4«au. TiiUrtMl Bit- 


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bathrpivfi r-n LanatonB L«|* Ap- 
i.ir *1*1 .>«ti>>4^ ftima. BtAitee 

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BABY BUDOIEB PHONE I IM 


ONE AND TWO-ROOM POIXY 
lurnUbad 4uU*4 fcltahaartU dad 
rail .••ttlar. fit* aiiaui*i c.iy **4' 
tr* •**•:« at Biaaifi:* r**Mn4B>* 
r*i*« D*i Rdttita t.dd|t SI WtlJ- 
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p*opi*. bio** t« Rj|»*n* Bar 


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dlatrin R4<!ii'*d rat* Jet t«llabl4 
p*r*uA Phen* A*1«M 

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nil h44i*r. '»« ddiU* •«)». rrftr- 
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OERRCtN LK)HORNB 
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ton* far nur r** 0 . 44*1 trii. >*■ 
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marl tMor>*y for *<>■< t*.* Martai 

l»r firii'r 1 a« *•»# pi”*''.* w* 

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Pouliry Paria B*-d>*. RC Tin- 
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b'**4>d| •• m 


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t.,.u 4* 0*1 m* P»n*r Fh-ni 


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4|« ror-m a • iu» n’anui*. a'*: 
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«i(rJ cum* and .p*p*<i .ku* a* |. 
fVijltM Bi Catnai-l T: i*a Rrm-a 

Car Ajf r» r.jjii 


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in >'*V apar.Rirni r rrk H*4i*d 
a.iiiait.a i> <>B*r I. aduJ'i tM 
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.» 7 k coNit't. A I coNDinoy 

hi ''>4 fad^ri an (>r caar. rr •ill 
tarr 1 i*r : rad* PtiO ■* l'3IM a; 'r 

• pm arridirt 

pONnAo j-nooR sedan 

• pii.a'n I4'* Eii'aUrjl condi- 

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l'■.-<:;,l ki.rn»B*'ia «sd prt.at* 
tai*i ••• «!»• 4 *«n«Uiit 4 rpit 

a..‘* n.i 4 A41 Clalla* 


BEVERLEY Horn, 
to rity (oatra ned*rau raua 
uaaMtai and Mtacaaini fuaatv 

a»u**k4«*iat r*o*a TV la hioato 

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tlvraa* rwocB aaiLd * .t( nianuin 
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w.l*r**'rd I'm* and r;ii|i*(i •in.* 
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CadMia Bb> Mi:ld:*-M*4 .iniMi 
pr*f*rrid ii«t*run. *1 Boa IM* 
VitUai.a Pr**t 


A ItrUKrr HOOM in PAIRPIELD 
Waitins ditlam*. n*ar bui Kr- 
>r,>i..'t4 link Oil.O-M*i.i 
Ad-ii’ •nraiAi 0 * iiu4«at Pnona 


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auai..a o> • t , fM 


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fiinara ind It' aawdu*' bornar 
Muat na ta ■a<wi *oti<ltii*(i aad tta- 
•nnamr P O •■>• |7I 


aan 140(1 
par 


IMI HAULTAIN APPLY UALVOB- 
lan • U*ai Uarkai >n*(i iii->'> -’t 
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ar I 4711 


PURNtSHEI. nUMIALOW CUMB 
in • 4 rcami Oaraa* M) * atania 
4-44M 


lf4t PnRD rUBTOM AlhAN. 
h*ii*i hi* paint. 7 uM taUaa na 
n*» niii.x 4T.1U N*«D 0 n AlMnia. 
« J«iA dii Pen flttrrt 


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atuuod *nUaP’* hat aour «up- 
pll*d ISO Adu)U Prr.a. D4 


SWIT'JRB PURNtMNED HOU4E 
kirpma (ana« •Tirru.ini auppUrd 
auiat iMidantlal dlilrirl • bianki 
nir (*nl'* Wtnhlr fair. Mrl 
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fi-.r raat 111 a innii.h in*lwdiea 
rai naatiM and iiabii M Ban 
Jm*. phan* alinr 4 ealOal t-llM 
Imraidiaiair dtrpaaabir 


WAM'ttD-7» CHAIRB POR BUB- 
4t< trnnoi Whal >'ft*rt* Appll 
Bni Mi Virtaria Pf*M 


NICE itOUSB TO RENT. PUR- 
ttlihcd f'" *.> amaiiu Ad.nU 

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nar. ' ulorn radW h*ai*r <i«aa 
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port Mairvra <-d4M 1.4 Part Bt 

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hratr- *-4< r«tar* turi' * dtiai*. 
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t 14AA 444 Part B'r**< 


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la’.f - «on'ain*it laanmre. a*t 
•ir»r* Pti**i* rtiitab'* 

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Bii.ne aiM hoU ailiiar. (ounA ar 

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*«t VICTORIA AVt - OELIOHT- 
i«l faur-tnoia larD'tAad eirttac* 
Ilk M*>4i*nnan B Co l*4ldi 


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KFNT, IT'BMSHKD 


«0A Fl-AfS AND 
APAKTSIENTS TO 
KP.NT. I’NnrBNISHKII 


THE ROYAL OLYMPIC 
HOTEL & APARTMENTS 


WOODBWORTM HALL Iri 

• ';wr'Drr 4* Oau. IA| Otrr >.*■ 

PPrtiM ardd'M. mnd*in blirhaa 

iPTimki man* i-aili * 1434 


COWPItTE CCr« UN1TORA4B SIZE 
• III t»u 4 caadiiiaa witbUoan. 
7 MU 

WA.NTID - OIPT OP OOOD 
«*i nar-nrnnr ■*nn*l far La'iradar 
4 4 !‘‘r Vii arta Pr*** 


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III.** r»lrifriaiar. a:tama'<’ «ain- 
inc aiacn.n* Adviu )7tl CbaR- 


PURNISHHED ROUa POR BIX 
moniti* N"« la Mar R*trran(4». 
V*rr i*a-^aiA* r*ni Phana 7-iA'ib 

iV’MM'RTABLE' I AND l-K'N'M 
‘luDgalo** 4'lt7< 


CLEAN ATTRACTIVE PCRN- 
lihad i'nii4<b**p.nt raoai all faun I 
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furaar* bra* nkc i’3''a‘'.wn l-aMI 


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ramfnnai.'i r-xtiti. arakir -r 

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ho*. ••(*? Triaptinna In «acn raaa. 
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(fniBd-llanr aparttaant laDalatu.* 
•( B*d-l>«icii raom wiih Uurphr 
bad and rir*««tna rnam efi 4inai** 
alirbannti «iin ranpa aad >*- 
fria*raiar ba'hr’''i-i R*nt Mil 
par maalh Hagat B Baayaa Lid . 
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rani. IM-Ida Diiraytrr SMMi 
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diT*c':''t< *:(naU, *n4 

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h*drfi'-in aui'* Wii»it fvr TV. 
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and rafriirritnt On A'i* t 
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)«at |M4* IM p*' maa'n 
E«K4UtMALT-Tbru» rflom *u i* Im 
iMaitdiai* paa4*4iian Baad^.i 
rani* Ml PM rnrnih 
XflQUIMALr- ft.; ImmtOiaia pn. 
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iut.iri-.'ji luiitt abirb ..*.n.iri* 
lar.-i *i*rlric reap* >rfriyrr 
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mtni 

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aadraam 


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M«»i*i* and ha'h no Anp-t Pu '* 1 
lAtA Ma.'iil air**t 


entm PURKTTURS, TRUNKH — 
^•4 Pa aL Raitabla Ptirt iUurA I-P7U 

aiuTsD JUKR. BEER BOTTLPS 
•u bsoEBI Pboaa t-114 1 Wa tali 

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lancin Bat Ml VlrtuTlA P>*4* 

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ONE LABOE BRMHT PBO.NT 
r'lnm oa ir ,.;ad Rear *p andia In. 
ratlnn Ruainat* prnpla pr«f*rr*d 
A|iptv lipg Par. Bi 


COST ‘Two- ROOM 8UNOALOW 
caut't i-2131 


LARilS RALL AND SMAtl. CLUB- 
naoma |1)| Broad Bl P&<-n* 4 IIO 
aad l-tlM 

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*J(*d!i.-r and iaal'ar wmra *-!MI 


TMREE-B<H>M BUNNY UPPER 
rtgpifk •a.king d >'an4a Paadara 
at Cl-’ A. IJt ]-»Md 


)M* cHEVRoi rr TWO • nooR 
••dan rittom ridm hia'rr **• 
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tail Allrrbt 


BUNGALOWS 


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PURKtnRBD APARTMENTB AND 
ROOMS 1-lUt 
liffatar B«r*i<* P«rmanaBI a* 
TraaauM 


IIOUBEKEBPISi.. p A C I 1.1 T I I B 
SiiM lart tlud*Ma or anr»im »«>. 
4 i.i** Ut Taiiaia putr'ti fliTN 
■■rrfarrrd Phana 3 tnat 

WARM BHIORT AND CLEAN BBT- 
• 'ViiB rirwni aad kiKh*.., r*lr<r 
r'a'or and aaa tint* l*u oi v.e- 
bn«>d« 4-MI71 

CTTY CENTRE I.AROX RRiriRT 
•>Muad-Jlour B 4 *lr-d 4 vu*a 1 ad rur.m 
Oil-O Matle hrbt Phnn* }.ta43 ur 
3-4431 


•TVDIO APARTMENT UVINU 
innoi. auraeilTii* furnlabad. di*an- 
bae fii*;ila''* bi*'b*t>»<4* *trMMd 
• 'At* r*iri4*'*.a' Piivai* iblh 
Lara* iui>i-oi-h Ata.iabla oaicbrr 
I 3 lan 


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•unr Parono'ia dUlrici P'.Ofia 
1 77al 

TWO ROOM BPt P cONTAINni 
n*ai hat aai*r lupp.lad IM 1-0141 
tor aaiiAintiarril 


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i*r<.v.ar.r (04 h * a t I n I Aukaira' 
hit. atirr L'aafnrub.a l.tmv 
M.f]*r4!a air.-.rr r»lr- Harb’.ur 
I'nil". |tian*4T i. R 1 Vii - 

Uil4 PbL43t IIP Buak*. anyllm*. 


wanted I)E*K SPACE IN Of 
Ii«4 Phana i IIM 


lilt CHEVROLET TWO-DOOR RV 
•t o. h-a *! a>>ad tondl.kMi !■ •>* 

or itoau*. o|l*r aUar 1 p« •<! 

PrincuM A** Apt 'lA 

r»A4~rroDmAKEB hewTondi'- 

t-i--. 7 ten ir;>i N*o'*»i »ity to 

i; Slid c>an»r i*4*'n| tar Cna.a'.d. 

h* 4 7;.k; 


CARPETORiaU BtTTB OOOD UEED 
fvp* l-IB*l 

WAMTEO Cr)AL ETOERR. DO- 

a.44U* 4 mi 


OPPICIB -LtOHT NEAT. JANHOR 
.»r«ir» I'urtirai 1-Pill 


GLEN COURT HOTEL 

|7 a artfc up 7P7 Bwuiiard 
fUr**t Pbnaa 4-lllt. 


EXCILIENT I OH l-BEPROOM 
aaaribt*. t I r> } ia,',i»> a.4" .mt a 
T-t'oa I40I Biadar-na 

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bHi'd'b* crA.irtd fi-Nir, *ir* mm 
lardtiaa. Ill p*i RKirIh 1-7743 


CAUaUHO RAY 

Da !uia ii>r**-fa«« »*il-aanlalArd 
aaii* hot aai*r b»4b *Urutr 
lawaa a»d r*fii|*raiai Qim* to 
•tu.** aad iian-podat ae aomI'* 
jau Rabat Road 7-3Pfl 


4A >ILS( ELl^NKOl'S 
TO KENT 


tZA lim SES TO KF..NT. 

I’NKt'KNI-SHKD 


Wanted totb por youko 
bar and lirl •-IP1* 

TO BELL OCKID BCOlU CALL 
t-iUI. Haulad kwlabw. Ml Para 


54 A VACATION GL'IOB 
AND Sl’.MMLR BESORTS 


TWO OOOD DAAAilBP |l WON Hf 
• acb lot Ceak S'raai Sutie 3 oi 

I 1173 


im btuoerarer “r* i-paeben- 

•*r '-at iM’ta an**!* in tair 
mnami a-df P*** i»'a» 
ha'irry B 'abi* tar huntari ta 
aaoda a-llb* 


343 VIEW ROYAL AVE . WATER- 
truM rottap* Oil haaled Ranaa 
lii.'iudid RrM 140 nioatb tn-m 
Oitna>r I ni*a at Orran Roala- 


- PIRWOOD LOtmK lX*.UPr>RT 
abia rr^ai. aiuiitivair faioi»i.4d 
Ki'rbM. pri*r*|M R/r-it**aiar 


IBLAKO RALL HOTEL 
Pard.fillt VI. BC 
AjtuMa 1* aaauiitui an Vanao .«*r 
i>i4n.-i aad iba a>a*a u> raaitp 
v/.j .r > .1 ih* It. and Had Kaiai 
Luaa.aa M|h. an iha kua^l. and 
l.land Niahnar tha bd>«i i* >«m- 
ptadi’i.ia aarpi. •ucnfartablt hna- 
pilabi* Pnad I* aandarl-v: i -<-k4d 

44 al hnma t» paad a«pi«n <a-.l* 
Naam* ailh ar «ithu-4> pf|-»*e 
I.,''. . inu |.i ,>.<i-> pro.-n*’ *d* ar 
• r .11 *•■ •nulliHmard <ti*ct*r». 

K aMA* lai"!. *’r A* fi«m i- 
n> *ait nl a**l ar .’infr t*l 
1 #'. dn. jun* Pur ravrrvaiirnt 

£ nr<''a «4 or »r.i* ktrr Mbit 
' iii.rr’i'”* Mtt El »*n Ailudn^. 


Ofta AND TWO • BBDKOOM 
tun** aatomaua boat * 004100 * 
not aai*r lauadrr faaiL.t** TY 


PAtHPftLO S-RCNIM BUITE. PIU 

ta.> •rural.-* ta. •' ■»* a '...'. 


OOOD UBB1> WOOD AND COAL 


KOUEE TRAIUDl POR NEWT AT 
Alburn rno'li. AUm-bi P*a. E* *1* 
N< It.-ior.a l-iTT) 


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•ai-' PLTMi lTTI SETA.4 new 

»n*;n* • 46 B*' Ekr*ptlnB*l fOB« 

dinaa radio haa'rr Mi'**d Biu** 

M,> I-tlM 

IHI CNEVR^OLET BTATtOE 
aMnn All acadantta* O-h .4 ran- 
d.t.ua Whai am I Md l-ollY 
au*r 1 pm 

iril~'MUiM S«IA*J. HEATER. 

>*4l hrar: b*kri'ith'A e'*'‘d M'*.. 

rgnn'ni <iri*r !•• J -1111 h«t 4 *i-a 

« '• r A 


WAU-t ORAt PAra CASH PUB 

«pad fwaiiara 3-tltl 

WANTTn Pim BITE 7 POOTRAU. 


PMjnjMALT NPATED » ROP'M 
•••(.rat)« 4 ‘n*d 41 •# 0*'a|a AJgUi 
laa 3 Mia 


I *« .a<i r-i>im 4 U .-.4 ailb frkda and 
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lay O' NO I. 0**an Wdui*«brd P 
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Bl Bhdna 4 (lit 


TWO ROOM BUtTE BSDStmNa 
roa^ and ki.:l*»n*na •••rtlbing 
P"i.id*() rin-i 111 llk,i>4m bat 
3 *1)1 


A>< t.« ,..l •••4 

1 u*aai*r Au.a Citun •-petl 


OOOn UNDERWOOD TYPB- 
• ri'ur, 13 !• a aoB*b Ptinoa 
4-aTU. 


PAIRPIBLO n.O«E n«. TTIREX. 
(■; "I arlj - tanlaiOrd lurai»l;:J 

*>*i>* \*tf •arni Eiartil* rario* 

and rajtipaiaiut til (Mpiailim 
Ad<i>‘* /-4iil and a«*'itnf« J ittl 
i.r tj I t.ifi Bl 


I.ANtPPOHP ntPIBH-ROOM DU- 
p;>4 aaiai* tliua i.i h.tA ithNa. 
• IVW 

RAriiKlp^.fii rproa. 

l.'flf’* t'.4 Tl-r. il...‘ 

NO I 


LAR.tl RRtUNT TWO-IEDROOH 
•uMr (rant •mran.a •*«(vthind 
• ul'tiiiud ?I1 M*ii*l** phatil 

2 trad 

larob warm room riRk 

I ■ M.ia *Tuk aa. *M.>r I’ !:.*'• 
h*a. Imeinrvd pin prafrrrod lUi 
Pamanad 


TRI< VCLE la WNXRL OOOD 

rrulil •* 1-114I 

KlOil ( KAIK AMD pi AT PC» 

pr, ’>>* t ikli 

UlPl a WlHlER CLOTHINU BIZX 

ta maiitb* "* faur taan J IIU 

PtlDNOr.RArM BUndPiu fDH 


47 CABS FOB HALF* 


OAK BAY Vary tparl'.ua lbi»*. 
badrroia i..-oi* %i4B it*a, A-au- 

• •'.* Ul-Mrdia »'.* Aciii^rr^at.r >;.| 

htai Ch 1dr*o ari*{>iaM* II0B 
pat *H,.Qiii 

I. >nia*l Ra> >a) Dtffl 
KEH M PTCTHrhPON l.lMITiai 
4 t>37 


.nUAU. WELL prHNtaitni BASK- 
ii.*‘.r <i.’!* TirerooiM 'nt’a' ii.a-i 
a«.i-. ..paraw amra'ir* 
tain*d All •i**ir* nrim*. . >*a •. 

A I,.., ai' :;i 

IMurnvnnp 


M> Vail 1 «'rtr. 11*11 

'll M'l- .r a u 1 0 naiir 

hardi'*p t'upa I < UP 

It t a.. . .... . ■ ' ■ 

II p.imoaih «.UB luupa It Mi 

4» M«->irrb >,.aib llil 

'll W.::.a Jrapaiar HIP 

41 bLi a Bupar. aa» aia- 

• «r l‘J» 

ta Ma'adr rlub raupa ia*< 

*• Auaitn rrbuili mWiir >«iv 

‘II hilunari inn«*rlit<4 - M** 

•47 Chr»*l#r Wiodanr 1**1 

'41 Biud*bak*t nra mn- 
t«r. t a b a I a . a Lm 
nnntrtv* .. ta.l 

*11 i.adi ia* Mdan 13 ilp 

t* . I.I. . ■ . ... I. • . .1 

OOi*r* M Ctoanaa Pram 
Ubaral L*|'.ima’a uuarnnirt 
AM Tad ar Dadit* Oaiinrr 


AVaILARLB huW TTtflES RliOM 

•I. I* "r . r * *1’ 'I-- *•«»• *• 

;r |»-a n .1 f ‘ »«• )• IPli 


PIT PUR A Ql BE.N 
b*ai itui m»d*in. .ua'.v** *•<« 
iir.iia ■-'.’-.'in ki(’Ti*i. n*dr -'m 
bathrnrai. r« l:;ii tai'<r and *i'»»* 
•HI a'"ant l.n.:. *iu, •“ra‘'i>* 
Mparai* *i>trani« • r. >ir* Paimaxl 
diairirr M i»* ■.* iigr*. but are 
1*4 Mti> iiir ratirae aaup-* 
at! M par aantn pitAna 4 dial 
all*' • am far i'>a»* '»>• 


1140 rHnYBi.rR roun radio. 

h»ai*r r i.’i In loM coBduMB 
lilt can b« a.«B ai 91*7 P»ra- 
auad Rnad 


PAHn.T PURNUIMKIi ROOM 

•ink kH*h*n*l'a win a** nat* 

I adk** aWI klfP p*ifia»a(i, c^nitt 
pk.rl 

WAHM BHIUHT AND CLEAN 
i.irnk*li*d b*d.i..int rueirk and 
a.ii-hui.ai'a. a*Rlt- 0 Clvak* bail. 131 
par awmi. fhuna 4'JIII 

COBY ROOM FOR BU8INB8H PER 
two Ona Btinu'a riir park n«ar 
at Jeaapb a. 131 al Jnund i tltP 


OAR RAY BPACinUB TWO-BBU- 
mni <r.oi.t nitli dil.a-ln P4**a* 
W'ftd lor i’*'.'*!' rar. 1 # All"- 

oi*' h»a’ r .f >n."’rdi4«* .or- 

IM |.*r wan.b Caman 
n*'i'«i iwi.i Kir M A<*0b*i.«ia 
I, III . I 4131 


CPPPR DtTI.rX 
Vlriu'la W*«l 
I aia* 


34B COTTAGF-S and 
CAMPMITEA 


COAT fV.n H-YEAR.OtJ> rilRL. 
Nni'h ari-.ind 11 I-llM 

SfroND HAND THROLOmCAL 
r4ii(i"u» bonk* P-14)l 


AVAII.ARI.B HOW aRt.r-CUN 
tainad auiia prival* bath bud- 
runm iitiaa muia and kiirtiun.u* 

• tl tuiiabla (01 budin*4a kddy wf 

• *M J-44N 

.•(rtTAITES POR RENT BPtClAC. 

• inter (dlaa rommcactDC B*0’*»<- 
brr 11 »**klr fraia lit. mraihl* 
frum III ABply Craitflnair Aula 
Cwurl «r (flrphdS* t-Plld 


nmEE-ROOM BELP.CONTAlNtD 
inriudlna •vir.'bing IIP >11 
Onrari* Bl Apply r’ulta 3 

OROl'ND PIOOR TIIREB RO<>MH 
•*'f l••nt••t*•1 Pa<><* aod r*r>la- 
*ra> <r pr'ii'a •airanra 3-aitl 


ItVl FORD TWO-IONP NM'f 4- 
d<u.r Oxidtu* rad).' ail ai'raa 
H'tnit n*» I'.v'diiwn i*rm* 3 AAdl 
altar I p m 


l-HOUM rURNIBKED COTTA'lB. 
iiahi and •ai*( inOudad t44 

Oallaa 


OrrOBBH t FIVE- ROOM BTUC- 
td Ratemuni drira in paiado. 
■*nrli naw, braulifu) fkanra IM 
p*r flionlh Nrar Huh Quadra f 
Maryonl t-IIH ***• I tPY* P N 
I 4b*Mii Lid lit] Brbad Siraai 


illl METEOR RIDRAO REDAN, 
driirn Pin mil** Sa*« tlMpp ><b 
• n>i b*« rar wni tai* 'rad* ca<) 
afirtnAnn S-iaea 


PS LUXE BUITt AVAJLADIJI 
•rptunaur l) ••aireoi. B*arh 
Drit* .«a bedraanu. iitiRf rnim 
diBinp ro >hk. aua reatn. atnund 
IWar oriiai* tiMU aad na. k 
•niraBi'a laiag* Thl* iuHa |» 
■twra uaa a bnaaa mia b**u>i(ui 
••ciudrd piuuad* Htitraor** •*- 
qu«r*d Apply Bnt Ell. VirMha 
Plata 


(lILRPfIT ROtnia - UNUSUALLY 
atlradif* (taUBd ftaar idU**. aiaa 
an* tingla riw« Uaa*r*»*d U*a. 
IMn arutXwktnp park Pamid far 
fin* (u»d IIP D0u|la« 3-i7BI 

BUBINRBB OIRL UH BTUDBKT TO 
.bar* ariahl roam tlnala b*d« hi 
■■■•• hema aaiklBB JukaBra la 


1141 PONTIAC IN OOOD CONDI- 

I inn. radio and haaiar Will irada 
ar .iA«ri pivmii.t gu Hnuia ar 
arraac* WilHam* 9-o|fP 


hA.ilEl>m AMAArVFST i'iaMB 
III l.kJ par atantb Araikabta Nrpl 
1 --I 1 1-niat 

THnSE-ROOM Riei>.mNTMNXI* 

f,l'* *l*f -K- aDir rMMarr- 

a'..r ad Illl Paiinald f-lPll 


RTUOBNTB CLEAN COBY. 

• arm raam, •tlb Pllrbraatt* 

• •lima di.iaact lu ral;*a* 3 PIPI 

ROOM RITCMEN IIP ALL 
found Butin*', man caairai 
3-l«I} 

PAINriXUl - nSANROOM Kll- 
*lirn*tl* ilnun Butin**i per**** 
i i«a *-ia*i 


nUBINBBA OIRL WILL BHAKE HM4 
1-raMB auartrntni. in naa Vl-rel. 
milk tfkiviVr btfikri*** lift NK*iy 

luraitMi) aad TV •«• Pbun* 

}.p(|l nr 3-lMl 


lail PACKARD 30P REDAN. 
h»a'ur Will acrapt irada and 
lerma P-1M3 


TOUR AD- 


WHEN CRANOINU 
druaa ba im* to arranaa for ooiii’ 
tatrltpMB PtUfarr of ya«r Dali] 
CNimlit by uiapboaisg J-dllL Cu- 

• iitatlda IMpI 


SWAP l>DY B HAliEliltf 
etna allh arroaoria* > 1 . •>#. 
dliioa. Mr uaevriur in fivoi 
dtiinn iCndarwoodi !-•#•: 


IP4A PlYM'iUTR PIVE-PaSBEN- 
rtr (oupa R' •'.rkad rnntar. brai*r, 
Vtaar l41a B'-’i| *-I> m 


VAN IBLE 

TRUCK AND AUTO RALEB 
'Bipcrti U'Ua Dtalar If. T4*a' 


Hri.P-COKTAlNCt> THREE ROOM 
> iiir laraa* ra(ri|ri*>>>r and 
•ii«r ltd Priubarlufi Road 

OAK NAY' ATtKACTlVB POUR- 
«ui 1 * n*a rrfMarrntor and rana», 
latrlr lorauon. a»ar baa 3-MM 


CONTAINED BABBMCNT 
4 ;!«*• and ralrUntiii' 
•nirtaca. eduRa ai.i* 
.r rneaiB AraLabla Dt 


IPII CHIVROUn OOOD RUN- 
Mfi( ardtr. I*r a 13 beai Phuna 
• 4333 


PIT PON A QUEtN 

Sraulltul i»ifl*ri, ipan.ut aui-» 
li.ioa to*ia. kl'eboa. p*dr»o« tiam 
tm-m r*fria*raior and *!•*• ..h 

around floor n.tii aMrariiv* *- 1 .. 
tai* eniranca, «Bolra PirtDid ai>- 
irmi riaaa |n atara*. bua and a«a 
Ideal lor raiirad (<>uiM* Ida M P*r 
■aaMh Plunr 4 PIPI alivr • p u. , 
far ln* 0 *«Um 


SMALL PARTLY PURNIBHEU ) 
loirm iBOdern bnua* ao baa Uaa 
cnriirt HapBT V*ii** Rnad and 
Uenrir'l in M*.rho».a ltd iaua‘4ilr 
l-llll 


AtrrOMORtLEB FINANCED 
La* ratal laBt tarmj 
Ulliat (b Co. tIM cfavaminanl SI 


I'ONOXNtAL HERIDENTtAL AC 
rommitdailun an R»«bdrt Avetiu* 
SuPor iw.ma* aui"'.ia(K h*ai Bu* 
aWp Puli hoard at rraaoaabl* 
■ au* t-llM 

blllUITT WARM ROOMB WITH 
K'liBp rantn Walking diataac* la 
(ullfga and Normal irhMl Oirl* 
111 p*r maalli. IPlt Eauikun 
31417 


sprciAt. mt w.ih* 'd' s*- 

dan A aira rar In **r* g-i«d 

aba;,* 


NEW l-POOT PLYWOOD PRAM 
dinchy *rU er irada iar »bat Kata 
you* Phona l-liPi 

1141 DO DOB BEDAN. OOOD BN- 
pih*. far •hai bat* v*u 1-1743 


BUNNY FRONT ROOM NICE 

ham* rafriB*ra««r AU lauad nil 


•KEEP THE POWER D PAID d~ 
Ut* Bharpaa MMyaU. radaaei •••*. 
laa ranaumbtlda la a aHniatua 

POR BALE - l»4d~WrUDiniAKER 
Chamalan lYbat otfara? Ml Buna* 
SI PhvBt l-MM- 

IPlf PREPBCT ' mVi^O& 

••>1 ktpi 1131 tPiP Plntaiwid. 
1 373P 

IIM NABH MFTROPm.tTAN* LOW 
BitiaMr Rndia and heoMr II lAP. 


WNCN CRANQINO TOUR AD 
drttt bP aura M arraac* far antn- 
I*rr«p4*4 d*b**ry *f yaur Daiiy 
Catonlal bf uiaeKtaiae l-dlil Clr- 
eulaUiM 0*ni_ _ 

TWO ROOM ESLP-OONTAiNrO 
*partJB*at FIraplaaa fully aata* 
maiM. Sbiublo ana ar laa btaawaaa 
PM»1« 1-4PM 


SMALL HOURS SUTTAEt^S POR A 
Mupla la ■•ic* locaUty ««• buvrk 
trooi iran.purtallaa A*aiiahla Dk 
IP. Ml Bksothly Call 1-M7P 


TWO-REOROOM PWONT EOtTV 
tap flar't liter jiarh and *•• 
ad'iKa 117 1-I7d1 


NEWLY DECORATED 
blacb **rk. but. *t«r«a. 
1-U74 after • p in 


WARM 

raom. 

grnitriaaB 


BPW lAD Ipil DMaa Butkaaa. 


Oaap* 


Pol'R-R<H)M BUtTE NEAT. CLEAN 
Uylii traiar Inalwded AduHa or 
bab* arrupitS lai mMi'h 4 d74v 

TWO OR T)fRrP-ROOM RUmi 
rtrtiral BUlr’ *4ul’> 1-3*41 


37M nURDtCE— d-ROOM HEATED 
dupDa. apt Oontklat A**«ua-8aa 
1-rimiB d'lMrn. PlPP Roaiarmaa * 


DS LUES sumi AVAILABLE BEP- 
iamb»r 9L aealrani Eaarta Onva 
TPa b*draaai* iitiKB raam djnint 
raam aunraank. grnuad ftaor, ait- 
tai* rr>m: and baik pniranra Oar- 
• 3 * Th.i tui'a la mart i ka a 
iiaiaa a)>). brauUfui t*..gii*il 

Ii*l*r*nr*» (•gul'td Ap- 

alt Una 111 VxtHiia Pr*a* 


TWO UOHT HOU8SKBEPINO 
lamna aalking dutanra 330 Oorl 
4-iaai 


••7 MERCURY POR TRLEVUION 
pat of *dUdl taiu* 4-iaU 


Wa aaU ea l•rm. a Pu 

TRUCRB 

]P*I Cha* ’i-'nn «>ii>-taa 
1**7 Pkrpa 'flam aonti 
!••• < net H-I«m ptnoi .. 
P4I Yal*t Try Ua 


NEAR TOWN 
Harnaiar auli* • 
ralriffFrator. foiii 
4 P71i ar 3-M34 


NEAR NORMAL BCHOUU POR 

dir'k PM par month 3-JM7 ar 

4-4PIP 


OONF.AI ER TRR 
•Bincabllr h»oitn| 
Uaa* It laatt'.' 
(YilMlrtn •••'■'ana 


8IA POl’I.TRV 

HATCHING KGiiS. KTC, 


n.iisE IN nsriUND n ooR two 

rer>r«* f.rut'lk'* t*I 'd I-6I17 


QUirt nE7i*»itn home pom 

huaiaau* arn'itmaa an *nnt*ai- 
*•<•> On iTtaipntkakioa 1-7 
1 1,. >.» 7 <*M1 


IP40 ntmAON. tap llpROUBTERY 

gand traina r| Hit Porbaa. 

4-3141 


1WRQE BINUIE NOUSEREEPINO 
tonm on ground Dnnr In inwn 
Midi 


: HOOM F'MfP. HOT warpR 

I*p «t 4 la-kO 


FULLY MODERN SEA VIEW Liv- 
ing lOBfla brdream inrhpnth*. 
ha'h, II minu’ra n t r*n<r* tbil- 
dr*a arl'nai* 7 Mil 


R m N RICK tHICKB 
ir hoat rr.gli* and lar*-i pfnfna. 
■ i.dorff and N*i.>Mi N»ra Cmra 
ghnre* M a m p * L*t -name 
r*i Auaira - Wfanaa N o r r • d 
irki and Whita R'-ekt <>rd*r ma 
RRlEOFR.d HATi IIERY LTD 
A'flrrdrnta R C 
pnnoa Aldaigrota HU 


|0a NIAOARA rr POR RRNT AT 
t<a rm< mnnlh Immadioi* pruMi- 
*lon rnna> «r*t dart >Miiy u. Mr 
r-.ii»f Hor-a pn**o LM 3 3I«I 


LOVELY NEW THREE R(MjM 
tuHr* ana raa.l* fur ns ■ jpallnn 
B*ir-rhniainFl ••« aiat* rafri**r 
a<n>« ••ii-M-**’! rair*’.* Ptr»i- 

•ri'i a....ma.<><la' >n lut rn.u,# nt 
• ■•A "n* > hI'A l*D;i>«ior an a ha‘i 
Inc il t-a>.i* (rnm loan | 1 a riiu.* 

2’aiPn nt fall 14*1 pirri Bl't*' 

PAmNlElti UPnaiRB APART. 

m»ai loa t.rilr.ii-’ni ll.lrtg r ---s.n 
bIMiun oiii. fi*. rtc ain.a tnd 
iht**.pia.* i.a nnwm 473 ii*( 
menili iDa. i>fbk, oairr OhA 
i»«fe>bg i-irl.irttd 

ra.tar bmi-a. l.u Ifip B-nad 

Pa*a* * oVii : i*of nr 1 gaig 

.... A* hfW. M'lOERN WITH 1WO 
( alt I au’vT.alii hta>. oatm 

idar '■* t'rpi le - iimb, 0 * «t*ib*aJ 
, unt«*t uoi- tr nk and t*ar an- 

sfo-t*aa • I .A-u ' , park oml t'lnp. 
u>'i< Adu<< ’ R»n 111 Bunak- 
laa ai ai'mtnr ill Cn»k St J-mi 


NO DOWN PAYMENT 
4M ai4«iii'r. 4P lludtoa ITta 

•37 maaihir. it Mnrria Otferd. tta* 
• 3 * mnaihO at ch*.rr>i*i *444 

»U rntn'r... t t lii? 

*3> «y AuaMri 1341 

»IP ttina.ntr it Frfd Tfurk tltl 

In* I«a nn*B Pa 3 >m*ll| 

41 Par*..ru '•» "•••. t| Ta» 

It Pnok.i* (ia(di»(. 11 741 

ARTS CAR EAl’BS 
Rurnilda aDd Ham** 3 lias 


Mi>l ABB FOR NENr 

ItniirM-tr' tilt Brnar. B 


laki LATE Ai'nnN a-4p devow. 
Nrhuiii m-'tnr fmA rlMo rnndHlan, 
*••' Pfknra 7 IPI7 afttr tlf pm 


U<IKT ROUBEXEXPtNd RITOM 
• Iota IB. ui* af ga'af* and latfif- 
trmtnr 777 VaMOottt B< 


RftioHT Cuban, warm. 
iMn> gritund Hoar R1d< 
nr a.(i •!• J.dtntr'g 

«y •**> * « -**• 

KXCia.l ENT MEAtB AMI 

l»ri>iali».| rn.i<a 'n ••►><* r 

t.ir tlHtrlt pru,-'* firrd* 

aara pBona 4 llpt 


TWO ROOMB AND BATM HEAT 
(••hi and aattr a>ippl.td Bata alar 
art* far rhkldrrn I |na* 1 > 
novr pari I iP73 

COST THBPE-RkX3M BEl.P-COM. 
lo'nrd aaitmant anil* <hlld ur 
put aalrnmt Coal tuppiltd 477M 
< laat 

CAMRRIlXtB MUTUR COURT 3*4 
Itiaxd HifhMar. t*if -(•niaitteg 
lull** tnrliMkng uiunira Wiotoi 


NfirNEB FOR RE.VT 

llr-'l|ia Ut.liMa.ltu iSIf Brntd 4 

AV.AII AHLI (XTOSSH I. TIIRPr 

. K.-n e'l.r' n* Ml' hifan At 

Co •'ir.-'rui VP AnofifTkcnts 


FOUN-HOuU, i.AHUE. OROVNP 

• Ir-nr OUj.Irr tr* t* ■ ' 'titfl-*' 


■ •IP I'E SrrTO SEDAN M01 

■ amn.t'a.t o.arba >1*4 tart | 

I 'll-”.-, *h**B rhnna p-44i4 


NINOLt ROOM 
M«n onu 
Mrnrln S' 


PIBROARY AND MARrR 

ha' hM Buiuta— fia-npthir*. L*|- 
horm-RaBioiMro oro*«** and oibai 
br**-lt 0*1 «h*oo to' attlr lay*: a 
Wrllo fur ari«a lit* 

SUMP 4 BENOALL LTD 
LaJiltoy Praina BC 


iP%P AUSTIN A-4P liOVSLY 
•hM'*. Ifii Taia pldar rar In 
-laO* * 49T3 

I rABN^FOK CiaAN'TkM 

, kK rONAtON ARTM CAR NAlXfl. 
ni’RNRIDE AND HARRirT 3 aiA3 


liKriEU) CLEAN RiXIW KIT 
h'nr'iu lin*n Buiibtik ptfkoa 
I yaai 1 ipoi 


fiRHmr TRONT Room boabo 

louiidrr ' tr* in '-•oftaiai oon'.*- 
i.nrtt f.r rldtrkt lad.r* 3-7413 


rwr. H'uiM help rONTAIhETi 
< ’ «go fnr rtoi Ml baa liaa 
4 rpit 

M. I 'i»rFAmrtr.D *iix*RonME3J 
n-mtiiM* a*ar bui arid *(■»** 
A'. . •• -ri. IIP m'mihly * PVio 


RklOMV TWO-NOOM BUITB OAS 
III,** iinka til . a.il |r*r month 

Call alltr I p m *11 Mant.rt Bl 


rkOOM AND BOARD PUK 
>iani In *t nana* tpr liilii ^ 
r up Oir’.ta, Ooa Bar 4-Pltb 


INK MATS A.VI9 
AI'.^RTMKMS TO RFVT, 
l'’tirnlO)Fd or rtifiirniahrNl 


AUSTIN SOMFRAVT anoUTT 1134. 
grrymiw* <ipb,>iaia*y, nt* rpadl« 
..An 3-3tIt 

ipip Pond pnaeton rtvi'TC 

mna« nrw tlraa tar* gaod angino 
Pri. * 11 } Phono 4-1411 


HAWPH AND i.BnmmN powi. 
aie and 73* p«r pound *1 IK* forrn 
T lUynH.rd md W»a. flaor.t.h Rd. 
Roroi Ook Kvauag u-q 

WANTED- UYE FOWL AND RrjAD 
iata iop atvr* aaid. wtiglwtA al 
yaur Bloc* Pbmt* ••til3 

la pmf.riii one rcnister new 

llamrahirta. oU larina. MaiR*hil« 
alrain. Ill iho t->l 4 ttat 


BCO-SrXTINn ROOM KITCHEN 
•'ll heat auiomaite oatar <*atrai 
1PP7 Jensaen Bt t-IPll 


SUITE BELP ''f.NTAINBD 
■ •• llghi houorkrr-.'ioa roott* 
a(t*r ppm autk-day* B> 
• il day 11 Oort* Rdod P 


LUXUlUOlfNLT POHNISHBD 
room*, ouiematlr hat «tl*r bett- 
ing tail jMtn Crtarenl 

MICE HOME FOR WURRIMO 
moihor »ad *a id. Hta.Miabia 

y-tyt 


ATTRACTIVE MODERN 3-BEO- 
r-u* h-m* <m-r» Mt'i* »lf*d for 
roar* l-3flt 


WARM PURNIBKED ROOM BrTt- 
obu •i,i*t» laar •aiking dittanr* 
o:| tBund I3> munth 4-ppOk 


runNiNfTPD OR rNyTiiniMEn 
k.r..,,n au'.* '•“h m**'iifir*-tl 

*!*• in t«a'i'if'> t'lrmadina* 
Fhg.i* (-77.* 4 pen 


Sl'TTE DOWNSTAIRS 

o«M* tm ate saD ko 
Railiblo aoulta IPdl 
J HI* 

E ln. ronER I LAKOE 
t'.il* N'< *4>l»«iK)n *•* 
aai Langford dW4tl«i 


IMI PONTJA'- PUI IT PqUIPPED 
Oo-<d rnngiObo 1030 Empetaa A«a . 
Rvum 3 


SUNNY L A R O E BED-tRTTINO 
room orvd h)tch*n*U* U»* ol t'-g 

<i*ia buiinai* lady I-I 441 

HEATED BABBMRPNT ROOM 
tlrafilar* louai and lint Etorr- 
Hung (uPBiiod PnoA* 4-lBPl 


CLOSE TO LPniFLATIVE BUILD- 
lAf* aad Btimar* araonl. mg* 
gr«und-f.».* .1- ’rnom *uii* Pb*l 
*rg*ld*d Rttoraiai garag* fil 
ptui light car»Ua»r. duitrt Small 
rhiid •>■ »piud 1-4311 ***n‘'f> 

1-1P4P Oh 1 1 * A C.n P11 run 1, 


HOOM. HOARD FOR LIOttT 
Fudml buitn*** girt 


IM' FIVE-PANSPNOBH COUPE 
li'l Hraitr lr>* m1l*ai* ri«r>d 
'■'•ndtiion l-IIIP 


t-NOOM KOtWt. KlU-BlDt PIB- 
ir.r) Atal.alrla Dt tit 4-34tk 


LffllHORN CROSS HAMPSHIRE 
h*nt •yrati'-ni itram II m<ntha 
md II IB 4 HIP 


EXCELLENT ROOM AND BOARD 
for young gabtiaman 0 ID nrifatt 
Ian. I* lb a.'ud lorailos 4-alN 

ROOM AND BOARD POR BTU- 
donl or o.’rkmi alrl ••*•»? h*« 
•ming room na« noma l-IMI 


LAPi.E HEATED UPPER DVPtAX 
Stawkitnl *.(•• Cm** it, l-llll 


It.a bfXRCURT. VERT OOOD 
mnditiAB. tdkg I41P Pomtrnk* 
3-lidI 


FURNUMBD ROuM aiP CALI- 
■teaia A** . paar Quadra 


WANTTO 
and P-ltr 


bbquimalt - 

larg* top-room 


-niRBB-NOOM BUtTE WITH 
0a;i-;o-%ai' rarp*t N*«r Baatna 
Hili Pork a. id avallaBlo or 

Diohor I R*ri III par monio. 
Miig*r 4 SnavBa Lia'ial 4 nU| 

THREE-noUM sum COMPURT 
•bit oalbJiit dllianro to tnoB UOOU 
•urrouM.iig* Htfng*'i'rtr ahd 
*I*riti- rai’g* S>iitat>> for k: it. 
eo»n«a u*"' lai ig pr.r aoM-nBk 
m*ni. phrma 3-dikO it 4 414 

111 MiXlEHN J H.UiM potTN 
‘hatao>-n> i,r«- ('oatiibariaih N< 

■ ton an'-anr*. r<'i.*4 *!f . 

■ angr tm. •••rr h 

Va am ur.i.ur *«Mi gg p n. 
n*«k rod nii*r«.ng 


LARQt BUNNY FRONT R003i 
lurntabed. |g tal 1731 Richmoed 

VILLA bSANUR COSY” BOuS- 
k<-*pi> g roBBia dPl Tr«{(b I 3IJ4 


m.a» adult* 4-P131 


i»rin*d T»»'»* 1.U1 rI 11 
•r*'!#’ r pryfrrrod r* rafinad 
rtll* It.* o'(.*r I] fi'.i*d nn 

ur* from at« all van- 

R* rrfinrd Mninr 0.1 ! ”*u 

If II' i>ar gai.Aii M> i:sF ga' 

It ur IV Im* an* ga'lM, V I 
;*{t.r*r* 1(0 Aidrraiat >n(f 

I. til* k,r«a i.nri*, *• 


Ibid MBRCURT rOHVBRTIBL«. 
11 lit Pi., mo 4 . 7111 UI7 Pom. 
hr.'h* Rit*»i 


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CLXAN HEATED 1 ROOMS 
Wt'h*r Adulli III iP7P Do*.* 
1-IMP 


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n- 111 *. Ill A.*> *Hl* n»« I 1711 

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AlV^RTMKNrs WANTKI), 
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BUSINESS BRED CHICKS 

lmm*diaia d*ll*rry ob ail popular 
hr*"'* and rr,uoa PrUra on 

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H'» IdU hr» *•'«>.», I. -• n 


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iir manih. TV 1 P43; _ 

KEIhtk ANCHOR wutrr tiou- 
a*> H*i>p*nkial BiJn'i 4VP o 

CRAtOMYLl 'P31 CRAIODAR- 
rorb link and ro’d oot*' l-BOII 


NO DOWN rAYMRirr 111 
mhh'hl, tPlP EiodthaAfr ClwiB 
pun. 1141 1 1*31 


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• If, titrhonxia Mi.uid* Atall- 
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r. (tNrt> PiKok* *B.taoco 

an.. «a>ag* HI w*r nuotkh I 'lU 

llNF RRIJHOOM EUlTt IINFN 
an I d'lliM Pma«* am'inr* *»u 
I'rpt OOk Ray H> montli 3 1*>. 

1*4 .NEAR PARtJAkPRNT RUtl.U- 
tnti. Ucigtr l*u-r*.rm •■mi 
kd’o'i li* M.rhlatn Bira** 

BEU' l^TAtNlD 1 ROOM FOR- 
ukah*4 auila tor aa'Iing rouBi* 
t-lIU 


LAROB 3 ROOM BUTTS BEIIOINO 
I*' C*'kp« DutinrM oaupl* * 414/ 

LAM.3B RuuM AND KI'TCHBN iHI 
Hu'k.anu Avf'iur 1-0*01 

LAROB MODERNI.V PURNIAMEU 
rrmiti aU tO'-!||Uf« 7 IPU 

MOURBREIkPIN.t ROOM. All 

lou.id lua v*.*i 

NICE ROT..M Eurr quin wom 
on Illl RorPiand Atmu* 


FOR KENT TO RFI.IARI.E TTNANT 
*>t* ho, I.r potti* fiirniihrd t b*}l- 
'■••.mi tn I..'# dirlri'i tini* »• VK- 
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"> »*• Il ‘..'M*r OFB«t a' I«)4 

R*;Bi-M *(••". 13 h"". LU I 

pm P«r<i >. 141 p*r mon'h 

'.HEAP RENT TO EITIERIY 
■ ' 111 * Cn** I -n*m '• <■"'* .or- 
>af* mndirn Boa 141 VUiuria 


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IM* Or* - am ahafi --ID* 


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HKIOfir ROOM MFAIX OPTTON- 
ai iimai Ba* 4-17II 

HoirM AND BOARD FuR TuUNl.1 

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ROR.«ir.H 


WANTED MUirr CKUA3HBN s 
pTfif Or vnuld bMfd 'ni* f»** 'm 
ih« uinlar 1 14*7 


FIVE RINJUB rwo NEDRikOMB 
d*ap*« #ui -mail- naa- an.| hm- 
• i'*< raxgr ovanahia i>t 7 !>*n< 
IP" 4 4l34 •**! lar. ,i;> |., II 
a 'll ai.i. til*, g ,. m aI' da* S<'n- 
•tai 


CAITIrR 


.n tl.a D«jiTf.B EEDAN f>000 
«. land, ubnarkad bnPy. 


YORK HOTEL 

ROOMS FROM 17 FBR WEEK 

7ll_JOIINllON ETREET 

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KOOM.S TO KKNT 
I'NFTEMSIiKU 


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hia b*m ••mpia'Aiy > 
hf 0*n*ra. Mo'irt Badt< 

(fwar* oT-d air r-.ndi‘)o*i«t 
'« UBA Phona 3-PHl or 
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VAi ANCV POR COMPtyRTABLE 
r.-um otul luad bnard 1-1117 

HOARO~~ANO RtX>M POR ACTTYX. 
• kdatiy poraon all hool 3 1731 

LAH'IK BRiQin HOOM CLOSE 
la but PoirlialB t-IM 


FOR SALS IP COWS. QUriTA 

and la-ali mill * t t*Il .Bdi- 

*Mu«il' Sn* Iwt* Vl'intta fr**a 
«.< i.h<vn* a i;ai af.** t m 


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mndi'iii, intida and pnL PdPP. 
Plcn* J Pina 

tiia MORRIS (^'vnriRIJB-^IMB 
ri»n A| uao ptar paymaaia. Pbnaa 
l-ltP) 

illd POlUl' Ot~iuXE ' coact'. 

iKmaed g'jnd bndy png nbbw. 
Whal qiraril P-14BP 


TWrj Niw THREE. fWjOM RUN- 
faiav* to pa' nmnih chUdr** 
aavnmo Kfa'-ng >3t M 


<IA I'l.ATS AND 
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CLEAN TWO-NOOM SUITS. SUIT 
aaiai ipup’* or lad. vi.o* is park 
asd bui I4t l-3llt 


AtLP roNTAINED URoUND 
Ohsr P*<n*Mrr iparlmaMt > 10 
• aiamg oicanr* Muipby b*d m- 

kktrhfM r>*eiM. ,'••«# naiai 

•*allabi* orina*- la pap p., 
till Vk'Hr a p.M* 

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JancUns Thrao innm ••itlfi, rt'la. 
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leap CTTRTBLXR ROYAL • - PASS 
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Obi* bfd 'iltwg rosm atlb «l*a*g- 
in bairasr and u** of medorn kn- 
«h*« Auk-maiir h*ii «*il <n sail 
rariM’ Eua atop ttP mrh>ii** 


N ROOM A.ND BOARD 
WANTRO 


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tumliKss ChlMtvn •*l'«ma tM 
craiptl*a*r 


pirRNrEHni or partly puR’ 

nlthad hou*F ar psnaa-os r*dpirad 
pr«l*raM* naa- JuhiiM HnapOa 
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Dasgiri day* lltll ffrAInt* 
7 "taa 


PUREBRED BUPPOLK RAMB PUR 
*•'» ar» ag* Phnn* Tkirnor E**i 


IPII FfkXFECT IN OOrrO RUNNINO 
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PM Kihpi R«a4 7-IP4I or P-tABt 

IPid PORO COUPE. VlVR’’‘nRiR 

ai a»s tir*il*«. and* Haai caab 
affar ial*a Phoea 7-3IB3 


RETTRED MAN. ACTIVE. NON- 
o>.ni*r siah*« a'rpmmodauos la 
0Hl*i ham* In fmad •UiOU* 

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IPVS RUICK AMERICAN ROAD, 
manor ardoa. Dysafins (ranmmi. 
• mn. radio h*af*r tarn ug, *.• 
bvauilt'U IRrao-*<WM t-*r b arg 
and A-atia shii* pi ••% 'ospsrl 
tfrdsr* 4 34U P44 Fpr> Stra*l 


WATTED THREE OR 1 

ora** *saa asd Bouilvlass 

Phana ihMar Poinl l-B 


WHEN CRAHOmo TOON AD- 
drati M aura l« arrant* for onnt- 
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•ala'ioa OrpI 

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l*ix*d •*>’<■. n*ai*d «!«.' •' -an*# 

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• nil Pr p i.ai 

RocKiwiNn aye ^tjprtR W*?^ 
autud t., 11 * S'k'ng rsoBt bed- 
r«om kiUha«*H* and ha-nr-ism *’• 
0<i 17 S.||| » d»- r ltd* II' 

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WANTED ST A rOfPl.t WITH 1 
*g* dkuah'*". ■ 4•ra•>m*'l xn- 
'j’litrh'M till'* • 'h anm* ;anu-,r 

0 ..->aa 3 laad 


BEMMNVALtO DBBIPBS COUN- 
TRY HOME BOX P)« VICTORIA 

ptms 


PI.'RNIBHEn OR PARTLY PTRN- 
i«h*d Fi'> m ar baspalov raautrad 

S r*r»raaia ■■ra- Jiiri.;** MmUpI 
iah*H rafarrn'** a'.aiaol* Wx’.ld 
'*• n, •••« 'n “I Ph'na M' 
Da** -I di*4 l-it*t *«*n nga 


GOATS 


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*t1 nniman D« t,qta PI 1 

II H.-.Tib Do Lull _ * 

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•at asd broL anfurnlahig at itiP 
qatdra Birpot f-7m 3 PT33 Lsd* 
BanaiAoer orrfprrod Pnaataama 
Rip'*mb*r 1 


VOCNO BURIKBU LADY WIBIfEB 
board and room On.’ia diktrlrt 
pirt*rr*d Boa 1PM. VHUrlo PlPoi 


MilXtN.1 SAA5EH iKIAT I 
y*ar* old, boai Wlat PlM'-a f-IPta 


« HOC'sKA TO FKNT 
Ft KMMIIKD 


DOOB 


.■••UO HOUR POR BUND MAN 
NA '•'• Naar VIttnrii l-fTPI 


LAROB PRONT ROOM WITM 
varonda. Mlnaip tiia patb 111 
4 1111 


TRE ORXATER VICTORIA pOO 
Obad<«n<* Tratnmt Club • tad 
rlali** i-orl on Tund*. S*P' 31 
T ^ *n>A. and far tnr'har partiru- 
lari Bh*ri» iicrallc* l-IlM 


CANE POR BALE tXCBU.B*T 

■■'■'■Ilian IP4P oi>l«iBai,. r .irn't 
IM”' •a*-': >i-a •' 'ir:y 

gon* Ot-i.l 44 7SA 3-P*P7 111! 


LSA HOrSES WANTXD TO 
BKVT. I'VnJRMfiHED 


57 BOOMS TO BKNT 
FUBMMHBD 


PtlRNt.SRBD APARTMEN1 SUIT’ 
all* for isB gtrlt ar tas;>.a *-*Ml 


59 notAKRKErrsn 
BOOMS WANTBD, 
5111N1AIIRD 


i.c.aoia'K «M l>*a. 
*••1 • MU 

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' h*o« b*dr ms. f>.> - 

>• Hd*d 1-.* .<1* 
■4*'U •i,r> •aaf'nn 1 
|tnn.*r|ia’* gAiarii. 


aad la.-tf-.'- 

par I*. I” » 

- f ;.ifm| a 
itMd b >ma . . 

Largt gi' 
r* Ou ha*' 

-n tm p*- 


7. n BPDROOV R.-rnsT TKREE 


fyio nuBDirNi-t train! no 
* *M*i tlirl MAiiAar MBIambar la 
p :04) M’l M*IUkb H*aih*r-bt >• 
Y atBlap Brnpol 

INiODLB PUPS RBOtBTXMBD 
In- lat* Fh:>i'* Bxln*( IP4T liar'- 
manahrnn n**r Da*9 C*«P Brhnr: 


Widns sill rent at.roriivaly f iP- 
nuhad •** *.»s b**l aik'ing riMMn. 
silh lln,ii*d HI* of 4ilrK*A In 
q*t*l aptrlmPOl MIM'ag <• a bull- 

l«*a* soman RofohHtra* rirhbspad 
Apply B»1 IBP* Vh'*r<P pr*a* 


PI FNQOTMArT y-ROnw fClTt 
in n*s aimneaU* Kopiod b r-. 1 
F'rr'rir ii*r* i*rfdg*rpior pad 
of soih ng marhin* aad d'yri 14} 
Plinn* 7 474P ar I IiPO 

OAK BAT JUNCTION 
Xrosm aatl* Fon-u-stli t*pv«t 
ai-- s'r, larr* 

capana'd alorlrM tlova and -a- 
f"**ra'wt I’PIVt 

VERT ATTHACTIYE BUNNY 
apanmont Bo** ntatri*' Wait ng 
I- .'a-.'* *n "rsn hk*am '.ri' • --.rx 

Dropiart N« rhUBrsn Illl tf*.' 


THREBROOM BUTTE CENTRAL. 

*0* Maoan Si. >rasr< 

DOWNTOWN TWO-ROOM EUITB 
1)3 E3P Balmoral 


MAIN FU30R ROOM OB BABB- 

m*ni sans raaaanablo b*b4 m 

R»ri.'»d rsupte Boa IIP vtgisria 
Praaa 


NO DOWN PATMEirr 
P33 MssIMy. 1P47 AaaUa tlBP 
Phana 3-3P1I 

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ardor tip pr B*ar»,l efftr 1 POPS 

ip«r'rREYRoLET ’rr/ViT- 66^» 

•aoan goad ••sBUIos. 3-PM3 


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; tdar Ppm 


PART PURNtSMBD HEATED 
ia*f* rwmrnrtabi* b*d - tilling 
rw.m s'ih biuh*n*t(* aad gard»« 
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r-*A'-XiA, r...,|it'n* l>**.r 

firM,.h*i III q.,ir ten *. .1 

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ma'.r *4, ho. *tMr naa* Ts»- 
'•■ g4*ag> he .n>.di*n IIM 

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irONfAttS HIIJ. - B***>iril r,j,. 

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nr * N* iiiikdrar. Ara.iaa.* 
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'-i ••->«drn*m naa* At*|'**i* 
O-iOMr I for .hrr« R.>.n>ni . 

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dia .i>.r.n*s OU'tl Maor n04 
a* •• I,**’ tMS F*r monUl. 

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BKNT. INFIIBNIMHEU 


TRE O R A H O S RBWORTmAL 
On**' NmiP* Vaeonry kingi* or 
doawa. larekohad or uAfarBiatMd 
Honw BsaJnru, Oarage jai.i 


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flb»ai Oak sr CVBi'al SaaaMb •■* 
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ton Hpgrama'k. 'adm b*a'*' 
a*a< >--<*»ri (•« b>o*k and w ix- 

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B«** MutO'i 4 I41t 144 P**t B. 


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F"''F» 7 a:*,* <4! « d- 

B*y PhiHio IBP X Mtda*t 

ONE BLACK AND ORB BLACK 
ar>d Shiio OWbar fnb. femai* 
I 1073 


VOUHfi W'oRKINO MAN WANT* 
',mt«b*ypiBp r->om. Oal Bay Ba* 

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IBP PLUS p3 POS OA RAOl 
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l■•»4P OR TA1TLOR BPTTTAL 
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•* a«f ■sn'bedr'WMi b*«** 

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iso_se«kiM moe l-toPB 

COMPORTABIX ROOM. AU. NuMB 
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49 l-UUTL AND 
APAHTMB.NTS TO 
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BLBEPt«M1 RUUM MAN PREPRR- 
rad soihisa diatonra U Narmal 
Bgbodl and V*t«rana RnmlTsl tU 
otr mastfi MSI Bostt Bl d-tPtP 


POUR-ROOM DS tURB APART' 
mrrtt ogTosiaitr h**t •hi*”* 
t'o** and isrngrratnr tmm^.O'* 

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Brantsasd K**,.sg 3J3K 


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imsortad iirr BBgiMh chompien 
pyum* Snok o *i.o 

FOR bale” ruRiRR«)B! tyJcy. 

Iiah toM*t pwp* Phma 3.BP7P 


IPM DOOUB tfOAS HOOD CLEAR 
OOwAHidn PiMlh* * tSBP. 


t-ROOM KUrri, PU 1 ROOM KJT 
(bon*iu. |S» No. sour and Beat 
■ hp naor Killaido aad VMdra PU 
Mark*4 l-PPlt 


WERTOIIRTER APARTMEirr I4B7 
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•mv* oM r«{r)t«'*lor lai****'./ 
saining and drr>ag f4c<'iti*a R*n, 
IT} per masui 1 44P1 


WANTSD 

B'.o raa* 


OAK BAT- •CACTtrm.Lr PURR, 
tahod tso-hodraom •aartmeri in 
puiei IwaMott Moeter •Wdthom 
s.Uk Lrsslor* Md ba«> as* Large 
Ufiae rnsm stu. fiiag.*** Naatd 
4*11 afdaiiy esapt* Na rhlldr*n 

Pni wimodut* nttuoan' r anm 
wa'4h II p<U F*r mnnth omi 
lark R*n«ai Das* KBR B STE- 
PRE NB OW LTD. * 4ir 

WINTER RATWI AY TNE BEAU- 
•INI C7i*a Asarimaaii Oak S** 
ri<-«« ta fou rssra*. ahoppiap 
r«s(t4 Lospfy «ws at Otrmmra 
Woakly ar akOSisiF riMtL Ad«as 
) P33T. 


CONtPDRTARLE ROOM OOOD 
ham* baitsM* t*nMos.*B Srati- 
ran AgMosai l-tNM 


IMI HIU MAN OOOD TiUliWUSI 
latmt' IP7 fB’'n*y P3R 


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enss* 'u*4nm raffM haamr aaoi 
rseara '•••m Htnaia and MbeT a«- 
• »aa 11.147 NvsgsH M«m»* 4.b4M 
1*4 Park Btrar* 


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*ar*g* IsaNdod ' a.: I-7PI4 I PTlJ 
Hnxt t R*ali* Lid 

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la.n*d »s4i* aotAmailr sat** aad 
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1946S^'r" $199 

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ar.anltai>«B *htrh la paumaiy 
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today. Mn«, «• think that aria 
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and haaiar 377/ 


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51 $694 


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51 . $548 

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O-Maitr h*4 *aiar Autnma'ia i 

• aabar ip gu* pr^ldad Al raomt i 

trr At caitaroita alia and iha w*a- i 
tiitn u ata.allan' T7w>aa lataraaiaq 
>n rhMta rrvaava *r*pa«ti •••Id I 
ba *ua MtvtMlgata I 

Pul' prtaa «ilh urmi lit 4dB 

Mr M'Dnnald, Ryaa 1-lM] 
BOORMAN IWVRKVmXHT CO LTD 
ait Via* fSraai 4-7114 

OURrr OR NURSINO HOME 
Yirtarla Bpullaaa a«*d<i4a*< mug 
•aiaPlUlkad guaat bama bu*4*a«- 
0 *n«r rutlring rally (uratMiad 
madafh BaawlHul ato«*4a asd 
balldipg Hal-*alar ml haaliat A 

• <mdarf«i iua«i bMaa but aa a 
nurti»g hnma rhti a**«d pa a aald 
mtoa Ctaar IHIa ar tarma For* I 
lU 400 r Msraiml 1-7174 Rraa i 
4 ddll R N Oa baiB* Lid. lltl 
Br*ad Btraa* 

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vary ramtariabla ’**-audrn*m l|y. 
Ijtg q«ar**tf Wbaiayala ralaranraa 
It aiB r«ab *m baadia 
X- Cafa da*nUva aoraiMit fit- 1 
' ir«« man a*4 *lfa prupoaltt**. 
4' 4*4 «in bandia 

-I- Childta* I *aar bua-naoa. *laa 
•'ara rari (it-uraa II OdB 
I'lTTI Janat 4 S>n-< J>1 Toria* 

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' r«mpiata.« aui <>na'l«. aiiuaiad 
a hrautiful aa'iini uatkini dim 
'anrr frnm otv cmita BaUd in- 
ir*>maai Ideal t*r tanl- ar ra. 
tired avnrc Raatenaala larmi al 
lull pnet al Ilk MO Call Mr 
Hautiaa 4-4444 ir* 1-7147. North* 
uakiern Ra- ' aa 

CITY CBNTHR RlWrAURANT 
Heauilfully rquinaad arid aa)u)ing 
giKMl and d>a*.i,| irada P'l-a 

Id Md 

Ai'.i i*u a'har ciiy ranauraii’a 
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IMt Oavariiman' Sitrri 

OWNER OP COUNTRY ORiXKNY 
• lU abarlty aflar iha b<i*<na*a and 


-nnii -ar na aurr ad <v a n- a 
huainaai ntti-of-man in,* might 
ba )uai *nai rau naad Ic* ttta» 
411 kOB olua aiiKk at (Byi'a Rag 
1*74 Vitiuria Pra«a 

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th'irouahfaia out o( man Aba il 
halt ao(h nr «ill akrhanaa ‘nr 
hnrna ar amall aaartmani Pull 
pnralTtBBd 1-4I'I Duua'M WiU 
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WANTim RBBPON8I8I3 BI'SI- 
bMimao far nartnvrihip nt man- 
agvmani imperim. firm, handlln. 
iiir and tilranut rhina aanitary, 

• ara Undr-a'a rapiial raqutramanL 
Pi It., .,1 ' rnii • nxi a i"*n 
apfl'ia’inn Rat til Vtriaria Prat*. 

•(«4 APARTMPNT HOl'RR. CITY 
ranur 1 •elf-i-afliainrd aul'ri, 
*p«'i •»a r*odiur>n Hot air hrai. 
taiga lo’ Oi0«dB| l> 4<M) 111 MB 

• I'h aaoui half rarb Alai Kra'- 
'ru o( Hicaa Rraliy. l-klOi: atoa. 
X-44TB 

WAyrlRD' TO EXPAND RURI- 
na«i an lavrtinr vtih 43*000 fnr 
imaraai tn •• .l.aetabiuhad pavnd 
burtnaaa, aiihrr ailrat ar working 
partner with rtprrianra la aalling. 
Bp« IBM Vxtana Prat* 

CAPE AND nsH~ Htr~rHIPK 
Pullt aquiiKied RriU H Prtra re* 
duimt tec immarliate aala Will «-*n- 

• "••r tradi far hmxa > ar inirk 
moiitaga. a(< Plraaa pH, in# afiaf 
4 Ik p m 1-1041 

RR-sT located' copper ~bhop 

■ n a inncng marnuni'y, *'U 
aqutpprd 34 (aalt Lnng Iratr. 
Rent lOk par lunn'b. Pliia 111 Mb 
«i*n uring quanara. Writ# Bui 
741 Vlr'ntla Pirai 

BUBtlRBAH 

Orararlri-rwnfrritwtar t a(a Mnn'h* 
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(-OUNTRY (1XNRHAL STORR. 
ISmi OIIh*. 4JW Mataralw* Pmi . 
nuhait liftng quartai* rttanua ra-- 
t•|r. i|i-ra le'a fiutl Hart If OAB 
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IK radio and T V. budnr** itiu la 
a t‘'ing runrrin. bonk* n*vn fnr 
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riudr* irutk Ir*’ •qulptnml •"d 
Phona X lael 

POR BALE NL'blNICRa RHOWIN'T 
raraUtni raiurn* a* iptatiman' 
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I* 47 fi*a yalua tir gnnd <a( and 
ia*h i—tn-iiiaci onTi Rnt ]*•( 
ViriMtia Praa* 

RERTAURANT AND COPPER SHOP 
butinata. all nau auuipmani A 
real •ppottiinli* far *nmaana aiih 
a liitta raparimrr ftarrtftrr prua 
•f II. MB Mr Ra«»ira 3-4IB4 any 
lima 

OROCRRT CONPRcnOHRHV 
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pvar 44 ABB Ball tar raib ar n« 
de*B parmrsl plu« la/mi la tulL 
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(Y>NVB»TRD BtilTRS WANTED- 
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piaaaa rail Jark l-aeaulillirr al 
1 4144; rvromia 1 -lldl Vtrl<yr>b 
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RRAUTY SAIjON. (1000~ IZXTA- 
(uni la* avrrbrad alaody buiinaaa 
all year Would help right parly (* 
alart Rirallaat appnriuajty 41 4M. 
Roi TB7. Viriarla Praa* 

opPoRTirwmr — limiyrd^niim' 

, bar of inyaiiora aardad far lar.a 
attMaaiaa of l*eai bualnra* ha 
I ri'k Rti-aliarti rtiuraa. confidaa- 
iiai Rot 441 Virioria pra** 

I AmVR MAN WITH IJ BOB SCCRR 
bukina** pariaafthip Nna-rnafia- 
ma •<rrk Apply <a caafidanie Bn* 
114. V-r'arta Ptr*a 

MODRHN DOWKT^WH RIWVICB 
•UMan tar iaa*a (ram majar nil 
rompocr Po'anilai af 4 MW aai- 
Wn* par mutiUa. Phana )-B411 far 
parlirtilora 

pnPUi3R M<rrRir~Pi*mNo' rb- 
anrt and boat rayiiaf* Oond baarh 
laraiian Rirallani taturai O. P. 
Buka a«an', Cauttaaar- BC 

roPPEX SHOP. ooiRry cofrTXRH, 
•rai* >1 *cll aquippad >a4u*l*ial 
araa Hnnka audliad Price 41 IM. 
No ayrai* Bna 1001 Ytrinria Praa* 

THRtR.frrONY BRICK RIZICK. 

• ary aalld. rioea tn l«* raaiala 
Oi>int ranrara rrdurad t* 411 AM 
i4l4B0BrMh> l-IBM 

noWHTOWH ROOM 1 MO ' HWBR 
buaina** M lurniahad ranmi ataai* 
haai 14 OdB raah Boa )*BB Vt«. 
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WR WANT BOUND BUBlNBHieB 
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walUng. S-im. Ja*aa B Bewti. US 
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piBH AND r-fttp BUBfNaee- m. 
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41 4M raih l-n* rani. Call 3-4BI4 
. brtoaati 4 Obd 7am 

COPFRt SHOP. ORB CAN HANOeR. 
H* appaaiii'm. .i»*d locall*B. Rra- 
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TRIPt-RE PROM OWNER HIOR 
nai ravanua 411 <|*B Beg 414. Vtr< 
inria Pra»t 

PARTNER TO BUY *nt PROP- 
arly Rm PM Vklnrla Praia 


EXCELLENT 
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pt** AT heyaa *l*b wa «ia* Jawau 
3 4Wmi 171 Tarra* 81d«. l-mi.| 
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4 madam dtiiaa. ituera taanmant 

•’“* $36,ooo 

14 kuKau la* r«ati Ideal kiva* 

rurri*'*' $30,000 

Aaa Bur lora# aaia-MMi of na* 
apar'mart'a pr.-*d frnm 47k boq t* 
41(4 aaa R,i«»r*i niarka an Osuf- 
lai. Vila* and Pan *ira*t 

Fat daiaiia aa*ly t* j Bmiih 
4-4II4 ar 1-1344 


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oa PORT rrRRRT 


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Low Overheod 
Established 20 Yeors 

Buitobia (*r 1 la 4 operataat 
PUU.r BQt'IPPRO 
MOVR RIOHT IR 
OM autabiiahad buoaoea «nb aia*dy 
ahewtaia Wait aatl awtag t* haelHi 

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HAGAft & SWAYNE 

LIMITED 

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bi>r.c*i''* «< Ur|o BfU<t room. 

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Irk- lonr;*! Kilrhen. rlton %rl(til 
not Air lumoct. Urouodt 
in lonn onfi petmonfil •lir^toi 
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ro bublolo* BoMoiant. | 
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<i:r coniro 8ui pouci door, 
down pormcBl taouited. 
Soanicb lt««d 


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WtU-bfpt ibrea-btdioeoi oacludrd 
r«a)d«n<o wltb o broalb-ioklnt «.«• 
•< wo oad mouniotsa ii btiod 
Mrnfirad by onatr b*coww of Ilk 
bail Batulital (ordta luiad okh 
•nrubi. il«OF'« oad oraomaniol 
Irwt niAM-troalcd ita lk<hi>» 
■ ti0«B*ra cv(<*|F W|toro'a ta 
ra«« Unmo a atucco- «••) baol 
oad oil l»M notar haalad Prit«-t 
to *aU ot B31.W* •••OO down «i ■ 

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& Investment Aqcncv Ltd 

om liad TEAK Di RIAL UlATB 

3131 WESTDOWNE RD. 


FAIRFIELD DISTRICT 
Fioonclol Independence Is 
Yours for $38,000 
16-Suite Aportmenf 
House 

Revenue $750 Per Month 

Fa>or»d K'lb taiuiKitor-i from tna 
oaii«r na ara plraaad to offtr for 
laia t&u m«tirt<maa^B apartmrat 
liotiao. tBjo)-n| 004 or tna moat 
4‘ratFBir io'aUMU Tha aallet ara 
ail iarr» aud **ry ntU dn-ucaied 
TTia rotor oareroitno U on oaii- 
I’ondinf laoiort Tharo ora aa*aa 


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LOVBLT PIXIR-ROOM lUSOA 
m«*:rpa bouw in Iwttlr atinni 
too Bilea iruB Vtrioria. oultt. ain 
frouiiOa Iww taiat lilral Ivr ta 
lirad rOuDia MOM. Aopl; Boi 
1977. Vlctut a PrrM 


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lortlT klirivao Tba IdMl baiaa fn* 
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Bunqolow Auto Cogrt 

P'|bt «BJit In aaet’kat cdiMiilan 
(tOvd ImrAllOa P*0lT BOO UArO 
Hoi aatar ail brat Itoua foi 
• ipadaioe lii-ioiad cactlltat ra- 

:i.;BB«rTr«: at $44,soo 


OAK BAT. ruvn BCbROOMI. 
a >«Bii>a potrb. *;uui« rods, dla- 
tnf room and daa ^It baaoaenl 
oiib bul-alr iufitaca and auwaalic 
a.io’ikc liwl oatrr. Rira gaidra 
and amail orchard oitb cnarry. 
appia a.id pear irm. l>nt aianta 
:o wrach and aaor irantportodon 
l>i»POlci| irnlra 4< liOvl and C''lt 
tHU'k* 111 799 tor OUitK tala 290J 


A aloM-ia aaai-bvBtai <0 ('uac 
rooB diBBc room oikb«« aa'b 
aad too oMnaxat oitn a fiu: baw- 
Boiit. Otar 91 ro-«pbt It ’ou 

naai r'>»*a to tunn at o 4*ry 
BOtioTAio pri' a Ibii u te> tuw 
MR TtmWAS. «-«m OPPtet. 

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SHk. 

It MO doon U>»c|y Uriai toob, 
bi| labiAri aitrRan, throe brdrooaa, 
baarmro’. larair autoneUc heal 
It amitti. r«ri 4-dUI. ottira )-7ll4 
KalUCk Rra.IT l.«d . 30414 3>0713 


WANT THE BEST 

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NOW COMPLETE 

aad 

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to a 


$6300 


NbAR NSW BUNOAtOW 
“Sortb td-jodra iMitrtct 
Aa oitra oei.>0iiiU H>,tUai ouB> 
■ alo« four rw.R.4 dlnino orra. 


»3 JM DOWN, 
room medara 


DUPLEX 


- . buogaloo nitb a - 
taenrd iBiara AltrocUvr li«i .4 


SUPERIOR 


>uot|iUi iiMin and bath 


tuiir>piac« Paabroko bai r 


4«3t BUU4IUMOP ROAO-CTJM 


Ta U>. *cl tMt n IT hi'taa ai as* 
'•n<* t>'«a>a (a:i Mr, w c Caarroa. 
4.« i-ooiT kaiJ..*.it nilino' 

FULL PRICE $17 600 

*<■>. ra*r NliA irrina it drairrd 
at 4 '9 <i"0 ■ balamr IT!'.. 

Oiaaiti. inirirat on'r !*■' 

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DEWDNEY AVE. 

aa *t (lirot S-be'inam Cokaial 

'«t-a bamr id UBma<ii>air {.hxio 
> »a tbraifbotot un bat a>r brat- 

■ or. lu'l bAkamrni, it'irr-.t. ga>aia 
ir'.a lasr trfT rhin.'r 

■ laa Par ta«r« *qI| 1147 M»<i 

“ SI 5.950 

Rtt ^ t» 1 ta .i.«< 

W' W O Cani'Oli. l7r», 3-MlT 


a I mr-eob'a i rd It la bat'Oatrr 
r.ratad »>U) auioaaita oU Tba 
l.'ngnda ara Utga and altracUro. 
aiiuaird oilhia a alia aad n«u- 
halt o( tba r>(r ranwe Thrra 11 a 
uHaiant.ai aortaac* araHaoU aad 
rnar loqairlaa art lorKrd 
Coatar' Ur I V Ba'iodtra >.UIT. 
uifiut or eunday*. u> 


9 De Luxe Suites 

P'-r >ojr fiaaniiai tadriKBdraer 
Ui>» eoaaaada atlrauoo adodtm 
4’ I <.i.. >*ar n.i.a lufur.OU« 
aoUta neb «tll-to-«ai| rorurta 
haiioari and itairr nra*r oU hot- 
• Bt«r bra'ina yrariy crn*« ra«r- 
nor 0*rr M-M9 ft H A Msr>«aar 
Wit' mnrt(B"j miWrin 

bii''kai'«w aa p*n ^7*^ *;nn 

{laymrot Prl<a 

SMART CAFE 
Centrol Locoticn 

R'-vlat ahari ardm dulia 
I'lncar* X(ai rlran pr»aiwa Mu«l- 
r>'i upria.noDu'a (>iiorr« n«a'.4 
)T tnraparitoirO aonrr okhr* la 
4' I quit t>T add ha» amrihr-i >t 
dn*a la aai44in prirr im« than 

1 p| a Kf tJat.,ira lBt»4<i|air 0#a 

.. $2200 


bom-la taotwraa ant fixiuita 
baararnt (ornar*. carad* aao 
home dtalrict, quiai lixatiuu a>ea 
Titoa, oiar tch-wit, aiara*. bua 
Prlra m*M Trrmt 
‘'Ooart Waa‘4 A4.iii>r ' 

<L«t Ua Ma»a Vaur Of (an 
I. U RORBVCARaCO LTD 
liik lAnalar Borat Pb.«na 4. tail 


HVat Varr aUrodtlt# and op.I 
Kxalad. Ovaer «U1 conMdrr amoil 
oe«a oardarai or aerrot proparir 
or aor'toir oilb ooar eaaii An 
rarollrnt oi>pOMdBllp Inr a caa- 
torlabla boao and tatrnuo 
To Vir*. Brti. Mr. Kln|. J-M91 


furtabla et 'r uirrr-brdroua boar. 
a.Kd tur ranar laara only M< 
4N.a ond our. third terra, would 
• iMividr la'o thrro lut» Puil 

f rtra IS M9 or vUb bolt aerr nalr 
I too Piraar ark /or Mr. W O 
Can.r'in Ttir BC land B In- 
4r«'mrr' AimrT Ud . t/I Oorara- 
arn* hi 4-tllV 


OUKUCR M.OM DOWN 
t.rt your trnaat irtl* you pay for 
tt Facb unit ihrao rooma and both- 
fouan Oood buriac ai M.Md. Aiax 
Pb«p 4-tni4 or 3-1T3S 
burtborairro BoeunUoa. •}! Taira 


HEIGHTS 
$2500 Down 
Two-Year-Old 
Rancher 

3 Large Bedrooms 
Oil Hot Water Heat 
Immediate 

Occupancy. $11,950 
Mr. Whyte, 4-4127 
Eves. 3-0T22 


Kur.ak. I<ni «,« U'Taly liiab 

locaiiaa, Pairiirld, W'tK laadaroprR 
■rimoda. i-arga aur'daga ataii- 

$19,500 

Rt.luaita Uia::at 

a W AaJr.ann i »3M. tra I Ml?. 


UHBNTWOOD PltOPRRTlCM 
It 000 CABH. IM per aoaiD. Prico 
vniy |i MO Pour rpoa aMora 
baagoiow. Bro yirw. 

l(AROU> C CROBB 
Wrat Ba4a.cli NiMd Kooiing 44T 


UPLANDS BORDER 
3-BEDROOM HOME 

Pint tiao offarod for aa o largo 
parallba rrttag. bot-wt'.rr oil baoi 
immaeulatq. Cl^O^n 

Ciaar llllr 

P. Wooda, Craa 3-»T« 


nti-f/TtONALLY Ntit TMREJC- 
rowa a*Hirra aiueeo bwngaluo Tro 
yaait old. Wkb uukti Movin* 
ait |w>4 a>aa i-vralj kilenab Au- 
iLinakc ga. nrat.ai and hot water 
Lbvrly fii.pia'* prmbiuke MlO- 
r>K.M C<HP|kai«tr laadacapod and 
l.nod Bi oaarr taab, M MO 
l•hllnr l-UM 


A liARUKNIRS PARAMBI 
011-0 Malic Bunga.aw 
T^ta l4 a tatdobar a driigni Bea iM- ' 
t'lt laoDi ahraha anti garden, ra 
caplMnaiir oall-tluad gramb'niaa 
Tbia Ita reor bunga-aw l« in K'gb 
Uuadra on a fine rralden’lai aUaau 
and coBalaia of larrly large living 
lOAB, full dlnlr.g rtnim ib>u:gri 
littl. 1 large badrmcint. 4 ptrro 
batn oiadr.e rabn.ri bii'nan a.irg 
badrooa. tuat baantirnt uro Oil-H < 
Valla tu'aaco PriroUtaM Pliuna | 
J B tan ••I3tt Hu<ii«av« ami 
rt'i . 4-7144 aflter Itaai.d lu«rtl- '■ 
airnl Co l-id ' 

VIRW ROYAL OIBTRtCT 
"Uiira Mrrd«'n Uungalww * 

With baauMfvi Tirol utar the 
oraan aouaioioa, aad couulMalda, 
aa ouiaipnamg boat oitb platr- 
a>4M windowa. not roora. Oii-O- 
Matie boat, taelading r|a. irw 
range, tout-ploeo Ptiobfoko baih. 
lairaara bell, ullUiy rouip. aiao 
ratra two-pirra balbraom garaar i 
Thia fine ite-rooa bungamw au*l ' 
ba errs (o ba appre. a'rd 
Prue lit ,>w , ( <tf> ■ 

Ona-half caah- Mlaera Boaitily ’ 
t M HnaiRVSAH « CO LIU 
IMk l.aaeiay Birrtt rnnnn a.acoi 

A aoou pt.'v 
"Nifli-Quadro Oiairlrt" 

A wail-buik «pw:iaw Ko'..r a:« 
rooma oad bataiirom aKua’cd In 
a JovriT aardra ai -iii.a 

Tirwa from all wiud'toa otrr iho 
aurtouadteg rountryaida At>nn»i 
truU trm Trg#' •(.!« garden brr- I 
rirt ahruba laoua. 'i-tiafnen'a} 
*rw4, qoiri pmtto loraltnn NdI 
xvariraird by '.-ner liait.ra 
Oalv IT.fSb TVrp.T 
Halt aaah' balaaro mitr>:b!r 
t. M M'XAirVtAR A. ' LID 
mi Laaglay ri'rret moat 4 «4t 

OAR BAY RKAt.LT A Of LUXfl 
bungalow wlib l a bna'itifuJ aa- 
hnanny doora and WiO'inw tr ma 
rapan-lro rmbnatad broadln'-m >ar. 
oata Pl»« •aatit twnna on* n awg 
fuati b*'tro"a uo. wi n •p«>r |nf 
an-itbrr baibmom ir taquimt uu 
(••'■•tlrr htaiing 4Ta>am A I in 
<‘aaacuial«^ aoiidtitaa *(# aiepa lo 
I’linli A'ifar'irr gariirii C.i.- pit 
T'Diia uonrt tJI OM. I- eao M Pad 
t-rr III1M (.‘tear in r Ca<l M' 
(latthaor. 4 lilt krra i lira 
’ll'n ac La»4 B ta*e»<airut 
Agriter Lid 


GOOD LOCATION 

N'w XHA 4.1-tama anaei-o i>uo. 
g*>’>«. livai looa. dauif room, 
«r>iae ba.iio«ma (broaiali hall. 
t .inn twur-pieea baihrona olio 
till '. in TtBiiy largo aloairir i'an« 
I' 41 iiicban. baa»a*nt auUiaai'o 
p'i heat drl«r.in ga:aga Oaf 
4 • »>0 down and IM #17 ^nr\ 
a anaib Pu" pma $ 

W. O. R.’haifnrA. 4 »JP>, 
lei J'l40k. 


SACRIFICE 

5-SUITE APARTMENT 


MODBIU4 BBNOALOW. POLLY 
iiuaubrd. largo gardaa lot Ua- 
ardiBio poBMaaina RhalbourBO 
dialrict Pnee. M.kM fl.MO down 
and leriM Boa tOM, Vlrtdrla 

Prr*i. 


fiODor airb tad aim ton Tfirro 
art 1-1 rona aaltoa I -4 and i^k 
room auliea oil oitb sMtow bataa, 
alOT'trte ranira arparaio metora 
aauaiata arlraaioe. lull baar«»iii. 
h'>' oa'.t hraiine all-iaiad In a 
loar:? aeitioa of a, ut an acre 
lyonar oili 1-101104, a houao in 
irad* Tbo p:,«o 44a |M V« bui 
t'.r 0 quiet aaio la i.a*ua<l <«i 


SHELBOURNE 
3 BEDROOMS I ! 

entro aodrro fu;i '>a*0Bri 1 boar 
Largo ioL baid-inp dyiTroava. 
doiiBo garago Lorga aortgat* 

•«■••• e 1 A ocn 


HOtIR A.NU REVBRUC KIHB tS 
a i • - ••P ai d d'loii dublrg not a 
<.r»r' i-'t. tiTO rooaa and ba.ij in 
r.'h tJi*', full biaa'O'-ni Ijii hoi 

• ■lor liraL Pint «ia4| oondlUon 
liirwud'MTui Pii.'ri ram tor uo 
p.r uiomn firtt cat* diairxi Puli 
pti'« •l b g'-ud irrau *17 M9 
p:*i>a ruika'i Hr baury ai 3 dill 
/<44.-4ad pr«ir LiJ, Tod Port Bt. 
or iTot iSult 

AUOUT PIVK MU.Ka~PHOM~THK 
ciiy aod Uio but iina Pour- 
tL>Mni bungakiw qiiii •>ac-ili>fd aero 
with go'ict gordoQ ond fruit ireea. 
K'trb'n living tMoen, taaihroom 

ood twn bodtuema Rtova and 
braiar Inrludo-i oU will hannie 
IM.1 p»ra 4t MO Ur L*lag eft. 
i wal. hayiia A Tadai Aaanciea, 
a 1 .yl _ _ 

• 1.300 DOWN 

i,ot4tv i.a - (■'■iiu aaiiit • buntalow. 

• .1' d in t'li'TKit rioar '•> 

a'l-.iiui but anti Mopi;:'*g renirr 
Muflfaco Inloroat Mlly 4'at. ’I'bll 

( rMioDv Oiu-i bo i"l4 Imiaodlatelv 
utt prt'o only 17 319 Pbooa R B. 
iliUa. 4-b0»4 re.idraio 3M1I 
yiuriboaaieia Brrutiiioa vl TKlwria 


BAANICH BUNaALOW. POUR 
tonaia. laalbtooa. apoiiaaa aua 
gardan, aaor oehaola. a<oraa. but 
yi aw inud raan diaiOMni hail 
nr all cub Rooevtar Co. lllk 
Langiay 4-9IH1 


$2500 CASH 
OIL-O-MATIC 

AxrartMa now H ha - bunt n»a. 
rnna iiucco buagotow t«Toiy Urgo 
L -aPaprd Living room and <Hn> 
lug r-iom. boajiiful eiecttio rah. 
I'lrl k irhra wltb brrallaU arra. 
Ibritugb-ball plan. Iwa grnnnuo 
a.ja ba-lrnnwa aad fnur-plaro Pern* 
bTuKo Oalbroi'B Hardwood flO»ro 
throadhnul harkago unit ull hoai> 
lot. lull ba*4avBl oitb drIae-iB 

$12,300 

M E RtaiUiwaiia 4-tMi- 
K«a l-7da 


COUNTRY STORE 
$55,000 Turnover 

p» • ' .'>nai r-’.fHirUiriir to gat art 
e«r.:;4i>t bualnr*a Tod ran 
a n C aiirl (laiur*a tv- HOMO and 
mil rnt at .ie fur ItW p*r aoktii 
e» i«u ran buv th* proprriv luf 
• n OU piu« Iba atab Thrai riana 
•ul't at rra; n( ar«ca aTtllafela. 
akira la mniirm wi<n atorb nieelv 
diM.iayad fr-.m (.tiy r.rniia. II 
B'laa Ji) baaJin naly raaann for 
a-'i'r-g -bra mil f«r on indrt'rn. 
Aaat and rnol'ey-atimg ipvrar. 
p-*pl rian'r • 11 >.V>4 tr aaOII 
opaMaant biork nko horn* or 
I'rai norigai* > a* l/.i'n*'-' 

Kvai. Mr navk. 4-*4t4 or 
Ut. KoodaU. 3 144: 


PIZ-ROOU OOOD PAMILV ROMK 
bungaluar. Thrra bodtooaa on bua 
aud orar ti'hMit Pbuna owner 
3-7470 J9II Uoocaatar Oriva. eer- 
hrr DaUanda Avaoue Ko agenta 


OAK BAY 
LANSDOWNE SUB. 

3 Bedrooms 
Full Basement 
Oil Furnace 
Landscaped Gardens 
Price $1 3,950 
Mr. Nichols, 4*4127 
Eves. 7-3184 


DUPLEX 

Brand new, five roaat each, tier'- 
am lueallao. Uiul m aero to M 
•ppreriBlad A’liB'llva tarat. 

Evei . Mr King. 3-bUi 


PITS ncx>us ON MAIN FLOOR, 
two op; redacorotod Inalda and out. 
drivr-la garage; toll batrarni 
P'irthrr partlcuiara at Ytil foU 
Bag Road. 


GROCERY BUSINESS 
SHAWNIGAN LAKE 


As r|ra)ian> and (ttriiing grortfy 
b >t">rai and Waq< Com' tvaight 
(•bo IS Pen Rentraw Idial faaUy* 
uparatrd at»re. angrra rtiiurrt. 
gi'.rk gutraatrorl at MOOO Very 
Mndaro bmidi^ <avaiory. rear 

antranre a'.a PTra yror .raa# o**ti- 
abw wo a>n«a and 4-raoa buoni'^w 
oasibv Tola, ram aoig gng par 
m--nib Eaa ttaia Wdayi Pti>l pnea 

$9950 

Piriaaiva tUkne P‘>aia a«k fnt 

Mr W O Cameron, 8 C. Land and 
farea'isaat Agaaev Ltd tn Oov- 
err.aaaai Btraet 4-411} 


SMART 

COSY 

STUCCO BUNGALOW 

4'a rouai ta Moant Vie* Dialrict. 
Mco ilvlhg r-«ia *iUa ftreplait. 
3 bed room a. eabiott kUofero aiib 
dlneUa. oil auiaa la klUbea n>- 
eladed |I.M« DOWN and MuM 

mrpnra ^ $7900 

Call Mr. UyUea tvaa. T 3711 


BEA VIKW, OOROON KBAD • 
rooffla and utility piua aua dark 
Pu.t baarmrn'. all hra' Man> 
b\il)l-ln liaiurca it Mb coab Pull 
prira ttbbSO Ha ogrtiU 7-13M 


b'lirrl i.rr a quial ••■aa* •'nr •» 
a" t*tit«nimra> in'* ama, 'oa 
I .a-raowi burgauiw '<r n»ar l tm 
aqaava feel hai ui unoaua ig la'ga 
a>id (hata>ug ilvlsg titom and 
<'>i>ir>r ic. ai Maa, tor iL «a with 
i.'to (urpitii'a nr far aaiai'auatst 
TWO good bod'ooaa (,'or-p>r<a 
I*amp'o4o ba'iiNna asd kiirbni 
w.tad for rang* inaplota tha tlawi 
l--a8 P«U coaret oaieami aad 
auwaauai oil boi-ur hrtung •r-.ia- 
• *'.» garago Nai q saw bnae 
III c>md tatidl'i PaaJ but ffai'v 

$8950 

r«:t Mr Hepe. 4-4llt K-r. 3 Ibje 
F f I AND BITUTINO 

gnj . fcr\t- 1 IJIV 

Maabar n* Real f. a'.a Boord 

ot Tltieiia 


POUR-HOOUKUCOTTAUK WALK- 
log dmaaer 109 taet from Douslaa. 
Prxo S4.M9. 

Bardon a ThoBaa AdenMoa Ltd 
1030 Oovccnacnl 9 Pbooa 3-33U 


FAIRFIELD 


•3 9M handlai thl« tnvaly au-rnna 
atuaeo ouagamw, iinag roea. din. 
ina rmwt. r.eei'W kltrl,aa ihrro 
hedrooma oil o-,a fUaor wi'.h boat, 
arm aad arsarala garaca Ntro 
cravat chiat lu Daliaa and pare, 
rnro tut 


RKVCNVK-CLOHR IN 

4 rooaaa op roaud al II9< Per 

monia Pull bateataiit. hot a.i 
heat PttU prieo H9.M9 

•37 milioaott 01 Ownar 


GEORGE RANDALL 
LIMITED 

13'lf Ooug'.aa 0'r«4| illVf 


OAK BAY 
WILLOWS AREA 


BttMURR HCSnrCSCB PUR SALK. 
i»r AtrnpUL location ovtr • 
loniCUfO LAKE Wftt.L PARTLY I 
Olio TO W ATER LEVEL COULD I 
nr Bt’lLT INTO A BtAUnPUL 
irOMR niKAL POR CHILORKH. I 
3* MlffOTfB PRr>M TOWN REA- , 
BONAilLS iOR MuKE IMdUUilSa 
mONE * 17M 

OROENT 

Da VWN worn a« m„ tu* me* «g 

a CMiMdaraMr raah pavmaair It 
• u |claa-e I’liiiaii lmrea>l.alr'v 

aa I 1,01# aeaaral tmoina rllan'r. 
•I'.i' h„ma triia'i' •» *t<»ir rh,'>r 
Pl-nna R E ItHta 4 im4 ur 1 ««1« 
Nii'ilioa-ierfi BaCwMtlra Lid. t31 
V*raa Birert 

LAROB nvf Riiovi' p-nict?o 

b>« I da<i>'4'f«l M aad OUU 

i,.» pia**rrrd garagr 

nifoiigii hail, larga iqynn. I'-e- 
i> ' '. «l<-« Hravg %"1l,g. 'l a 

•.Ilk l-»l HiilH ( edge roaei 
fiuH. tu'bi Borne yr-l-rrmo- Near 
lua ari.i f. Dine ciieie 

Ik too eat raii'erbutr 


$9950 


1 ACRE. LOTS OF FRUIT 
and a 

DARNED FINE FAMILY 
HOME 


OLDER-TYPK BL’HOALOW, PAIR- 
lieid, > room* and baUi. tolt oaae- 
nariit. (omaeo. Beparaio garaae 
17.700 Wltb 13 7M down. Ha 
ageoia. Pbona i-4t0d. 


OYSTER ond STEAK BAR 

8H13WINO APPROX taM Urt 
r*ER MO.NTU. Modern butidiMg. 
large, amtrt modern r^ftea bar 
Uaing Quarttra 4 acrea j oaa 
tvumpa eitra ravesua Rnna tar 
•tponatow Main TWfboav. yewr 
i.’Mid t,„|a OR OWbEH WILL 
TRADB for amail borne m Vi'- 
m la anme cars Oenumr raa>Mi 
(pir arliiog Aiaing price ta 990 
""•o g r c -»c o 


MARIGOLD 

riqn4r 'ir-..’-)A«a buBgalew. an 

r ewi4 aid 0>‘ a la'Ca ji.'t.g rnnm, 
an foedrMnat. Paab'sko baihi 
I- r • k l-h.n, gnnd- aQfV\/\ 
• 1(4 '41 Aaai' • I ti-e ^OVA^V 
OMevf rnetaidaTad Tataa 
Bias HfiaU. 4 •J4t. tea •-J04I. 


WHEN CRAHUINO YOUR AO- 
drciA bo auro to nmoga for on- 
iPleattipud OoUeorg •( yoov OoUy 
ColoBiat be ttlapboiUBf I-4UL CU« 
culouoe OepL 


ATTRACTIVE PROFITS 


Cao M bought with about 43 MM 
I30WN Lliing room U large a.Ui 
rtroptooo f qilriom* Otrag rwoa. 
oeu-appouied aitcboo Pu-i baaa- 
arnt and dDve-ln garage Con- 
cealed 4<a'ra to attic with room 
tor I more bodtooaa Bua at 
done. Cloaa U. <0*7CA 

Pull PTtre .^y/UU 

Mr. Mrltea. evaa . 7 3713 


t>0 LLXI B1D0-BT-01OB OUPLRX. 
year old. No tiept 4'. rooaa rarh 
paparaao hrat. light, wator T ga- 
ragei One a<de leaerd ITg par 
mn.-'U. (id.MN. Teraa If deolrrd 
Oanar (140 IWuMOW Rd 


FERNWOOD-HAULTAIN 

AREA 

$1500 DOWN 

Walt bxiii T-twaa wmJ-buBga)n« 

• 4 naAronm4i. n«a and fir lioora. 
(ull f b44aatst piptd cool and 

• (uro4 a aXettu hot afar, 
aov luf aid *140 iaa«a altoaurd 
fcaraga Oanar wilt ma4a aUoo. 
aa*o tar rrOacAra'ing Do Ii )our. 

• rn and lp'"a,< •''» -alua of 'ho 
prnpatiy iraaicndouily A,ktn« 

c; $7500 

Maka on offer and ree what br^ 
penr 

A. R lerbar. 4-bl4i, n*4 I 3I7|, 


WHITTOME'S 

nTABUBBED (!•• 

51250 DOWN 
BRAND NEW N H A. 
THREE BEDROOMS 

P-,'1 hla’i heiamant hutiaaine 4ilo- 
a"<1 In liiMlv Ml TVIBiie o’ta ami 

• "hti'iy ar iirga ’iving >o«m. liirr* 
an lair-»ta* bodrunaa ai*art«uj 
P«"nr.r,ita ha'h, rab'*iri k>'-'irn 

• irrd /nr renga plumnaq 4.>i icn- 
•lit knd drvaa bright dining area 
Haquitful oak flnera IhrnugKoui 
WTU.lAMi lilt. - l> - MAl h hrni 
t>il4a -a ee*agr Oraghda ciearad 
anil lairliert |l 7M dnwa and 

$11,500 

Mr Drre g-43tA aoyiima, 
hee. 3-4a«o 

NEW —5 ROOMS 

r>n miuush hall plln. tiling voea. 
niaparr mning roowi madern ran. 
■ net k"rn«a, (wq badvqunii, tuur- 
'.laaa h«>r>r.a4pu. hiMq.4V1 finnra 
Eu.i bavmrnt. drive in aqrqge. oil 
H.ii Inatjliied In eile aurmunded 
liv «ll raw hnwiat Ctoud trrma 

r-v., $10,100 

A Lowaen ie'»fhane l-43kk. 

net 1 tin 

TOP VALUE HOMES 
Low Down Povments 

Hr- 1314 -Living rnna dining 
two laadrooaa tnU botan.rnt 
rb>wil diatriet. * / Cf\f\ 

fod huf el .. . ^ODUU 

K« I31b IJvtng vnwa, iwe brd- 
rMumt, (-ahtnat KUeJien. w-yo/\/\ 

• l.kOO down al $OOUU 

Nn 17*9 Beal dU'rkt Twn.bad- 

“:r ■"“* $6950 

Nn I30T -Pqur hwdroqaA Uiae 
Uvag and d>o'ng rnoe Pull baac- 
maei, ii.PW dawn. 


II 0M DOWN 

47 4i>0 full price Madera faur-rnaa 
buegeiuw nicely tried leL ILgs 
iiaiga i'ca Luw 'aim. rnmie 
dworr •••yiiae J 4311 


PENSIONERS 

SPECIAL 


A. BERNARD 


OAR nAY-CPI ANILN RLOPB 
EXCLlfBIVE IIMOd 
Owner, moyil.g Intn ah aoerinirnt 
n/fat ihi* invciv rive ro.,n» tiue-o 
boBga ow It har avervUitng «->u 
ran »>«h fur Drrtrir klkhan din 
• ng roam two g>u>d (trgr'wxni «4k 
Iln,-.r. ThrMugH hail. Mil hqaqnie t. 

Ma'ir nealuag Ur> i.v e.-n 
Ing murhinr Dri«r-tn ga'ii,* I' a 
gerdrn tt wiU ba a plr».-.»a "t 
trw* VBU lbi4 ariarilta 

P'aa*a rruitart Mr NaSun. 
3-om. Eva< J-tllJ 
Nro.iaifl RaaltT Ltd. T«« Po't 8» 


55 KX( HANT.F RFAI. 
FHTATB 


7-ROOM. tX.DRR TTPK HOV8V. 
In guod ennUKIon. baaemant and 
gaiaac 4T»>, mu Buiniidr dUlrtrt, 
■ Ilf (.Tqa# (• bua and atieoi 
•a aoo. 4,•l; . a*it j-IMM 


309 KXCKANnEB 

nirmola Wathintlen. ItW-atra 
farm all rullietlrd, gr<M«ad 140 • 
000 aodam hoaa Pvireii ttl 000 
Will (aka aoartmant ei eng raa- 
annibta daai. Ytrtsria nr Vanaunvar 
■ hain atare and pna. nfllre. big 
rtiwma |]S MM. tar tparimaoi 
himk VlrlMfia Largre fnt amalirr 
Is fart any kind of atrhanga. Ap- 
ply Vanra Rnpa, Noqa Raglty Lid. 
1307 Brood a>*M(. 3-C4« tvaa . 
S-9H0T nr 4-303d 


■ ;oL vt t» III 

*(.w *A>ir-ri,..tfi I'ui'O buncaiu* 
ei'i) larva aua'-hrd garage niod- 
a*-! > •> I'lri a>i'nan (••ue-|i|aaa 

l*embv’<ra ba’h, >iac riaora ibteugb- 
mii n'li'i *4 fsi qu»k aelc Piill 
,.r|.a 44 »'i. I'lMO ewab Phube 


LUXURIOUS HOME 
OAK BAY SPECIAL 


II MO DOWN BBABIIIB 
Thiea beoriMaa. oil hriL Pull pDer. 
t7ak0 faag larma call la Boumi- 
liar qr M Pratawar'k. 3-0143 Vir- 
Wrtq Reqjtv. aawt. i-tidJ er •-37N 


OAK BAY IAN0UOWNK SLOrX 
AUrqrtivq and aiylitb. Uirea laat- 
eld aturrw buncal'iw on qaeindad 
qqd unuauai iecaUxa Larga Uvir>g 
ivam and dining rsqOL Tbrra bed- 
laanai wafc tlunra wal1-td-wali rat- 
pata Ihiii Maamani wiib cnmp|e>rd 
TV r»a« with fUrplare and evra 
ibrqe-ptqre baih Dfivr-ln ga*agr 
f/il a>>-«uBdttii»ird brat N (I A. 
martgagq puU prxa •I^JW CaiJ 
Mr. Wara-ea at Itiana Iniaaimvot 
Co l id 4 ri4«. tvaa 3-}0«l 


FOR BALE on IRAUK WILL 
laaa a le'a wiwdr! .a* aa part pa,- 
ma„l wfl iwo qailrown bungaluw, no 
baaamaBl. equity «f OBBrojtimttelr 
• 4 linn t|ii,-.t at 4* Ma Betqnra 
paaa’la ql |13 par ga<W'b. er will 
traoa tur lagy tw^droOB Oomr Bug 
107«. VwirtMq Prrai 


POUH-HOOM HOUSB AND BATH- 
roq*i. uUtttr rowm. full camtat 
bqaataanl Wirtd ter qlectr* a4ovq. 
doubla gq/nge. near twq ptaa iiooa. 
Bot 04. VKIurin Preta 

BAAMtCM BCrHaALOW.~POOR 
roBB«. bathroom, garaga, naar 
aciaool. aiora But. •IIM- third 
ca«h Roinaar Ob., lilt tBOgtey. 


FOR YOUR 
CONSIDERATION 


PtILLT PtrRNIBHKD KKVKMttB 
prwduFine hawir. will aarlmr.ga ter 
clear Ulla. toor ar tl*w-rw«m bnn- 
galew Phone C tllord aod P. 
Wooda ai Xing Really. 3 3131 


Naw nva-raiam cedar •liqAe buntaa 

luw t'lly. Oak tlenra baaemrnt. 

■ ' I a,r aired lor range vacant 

U,*.;rz.a $9950 

iOab 9uadia Halt a- re fuui-rocm 
aiupcw iNKtaluw. baaa 
4<a ,ad. bet water beat 
•3 >00 dben 

P*ur rnoB voder ahaka b«>naal-'w. 
Ma year* aM. baauiUul he«a n e 

- $7850 

Naar JubUea ~ Pauv-rwom atq-'O 
kungalow tti yeara aid. Large |i«- 
ing to»B. «abinrt biicBrn no aleca 
l-ow dawn 

l>ayn»40t _ 

I<3t0 n<rwn Pn-ir 
■vnt hea a,*, ranga 
inriudrd 

Oardan Cliv Pmar-reAB a4ar'", 
larga Ui fxiia I'taa haayiaa gf, . 
an arrpa. a dandf homa fwr raiirad 
eouplo 

r O wiiiiama. a-OMi. >aa 4-HtT. 


tniMBn MnLTTFLs Lurmia 

BORKAO 

m ooTm.NMXNT rruiT 


NU-'K PAUXLY IIUMK THHU 

badiinoi* us plua oalhriMm Larga 
ti«'n< ai<4 dining tMim, biigli; Kit- 
ei-aii full beaemant With Ian- 
luimt •uc-a. (Miat and ahowar 
Biwna tii.i'<dalian large Ui. Pnona 
oanar. i /bad So Mania 


DlVntfitPIBO PROPtTABLB 
farm. Wathlnglon noi* for roii- 
deniial er buunru propar'.T Vic- 
tori*. Bttg 137, VtetoDa Prrea. 


LARGS PAMtLY RKSmCNCS. 
Oil.Q-Mkllc haat. naar tcnowl. but. 
perk and water. Idaal tor rowun- 
veratoo 3-4443 


$9825 


73» LAVKMDKR - PIVK HOOMB 
I 100 aquaro feat, bedrwm In hau 
menl 041 haa< oak Ihraugl' cui. 
Ii'44ia(ei], Ilia klichan pule •<■>•. 
via*. 13 rrare 04d 111 000, halt 

raan till CaquimnU Road. rue. 
aavan raoma i.auo aquarw feat, 
luraa badrooina. Na 1 ook thraugn- 
aut. catorad ttaturva. food dupnMt, 
(an, rad aval wir.ng. Iruuialed a>l. 
piala glaaa. paUa, mo vltw. Mah. 
aeciuaian PDra |I7 OOO halt *a*h 
Pleaaa. no oganU. •■lilt 

XMMKDIATS PO#P«WttON~” 
'SU-R«om Dungal'W 
Walking diktanco, conire af ri>y, 
near arbriola, ainraa but Wall- 
tMilt bungoiow, tpoilava condltinn. 
4<f raoma. bathroam. rniranro 
hall fireplarr baMwirni (itnqra, 
au'iimaMc brat Iminedtaia q<- 

C'lpOOCV 

Prlra |7 0»1 Term* 

()'iortrr raah Boianra mnnihlg. 

LM HildCVKAH * CO LTD 
111! Inngicg Birret Pb«Ba 4 ai44l 

t1.«00 PUIX PniCB. II 3M IN3WH 
ttsamly t>avtnm'« 147 09 in-lHdmg 
taark, ineuranoe ai,d inlarwat a' 
4 Mndarn compart tour-room 
tiding bungalow iwo i>»4ro*>ww, 
iaiao living room with Mtri-tara. 
caMnai ki'rhrn wired (or rttttric 
ranga. puii i.a«rrnrnt, gry wood ai- 
raadr piled Hear ochoe'-e and plav- 
tmund. but ntt liiiar ilreria Ideal 
tnr email tomiir. Ht3 Read SI In- 
apeeiinn By appumlnirnt. phnne 
4 1471 By ownri Ha garni* 
blakaa 


psunrirroN. nor mu ltd. 

1003 OavarnBenl Bueei 


M U.STI.NGHC^ANC KLI.RD 


BIX HM3ROOMB. TWO KITCHKNa. 
(uur aou i*JH>nblag Sea view 
Hoary cnsauueuaa Tarma. Rrm- 
aeau. IMI Rockland 


t)7S ARM STRUT BOLD BY ROT 
Hmnh and Norman Thornbor. 
Wetiern Bemao Ltd 3-YI>7 


It 000 IK)WN NCW 4 4 -ROOM 
tiutce bungalow in tho city, civao 
10 •rher>.4 »’<■>• •'>>1 hurra on 
tmprovod Mraet Pull piiee with 
• 1 000 da«n ta we Call W ft 
McMahen 3-I117 Nrwataod Haoliv 
lAd . or ave* 71433 


JOHNSTON'S 

UTABUaUKD i»«3 
1300 Broad 3 3341. 3 


COMMERCIAL 
PROPERTY 
CORNER SITES 


t»U PBMBROKS BOU3 ST TAT- 
ler Bpititi Lid 

WA USTINGH~~WANT^ 


BAANICH 

Older ivpo bomr. right roomr. 
il-.rre tei4 4041 Orenta Read, 
phorr •-3117 


tWi'igUa and Pniiceaf, t7-tl. frnnt- 

• I* ••no iq ft lo P 1 g /V\rt 
garagr anne Price -9lO,\AA^ 
OOVKItNMRirr aod Prinr*M 100- 
1' troaiaga. 13 000 aq li. Zoned 

J- U... $19 000 

Xacluilte Lialinta 
Thaw Iwa ara ameng lha lark re- 
mainine va.ant rernrr prafkrrttaa 
Ok'v 4<da of lha Poun'om t'irrie 
Mr Carmicnarl C«i« 4 I tOg 

EARN AND SAVE 
THE EASY WAY 

A roTnrartanu bnma af (mir rnnoia 
h*>.ia<,<( liuori het walar haa'aiL 

C l. tan nrr Bdhlh rrirnua. Can 
»n.ir* far 

$10,500 — TERMS 

41''-d lAratlen amoni*! (hr (reea. 
Th>4 li gond value and In t«0 con- 
di"nn 

rithne Mr Amer. giry 4 4404 


13«M DOWN 

9 Bedr—>'n4 full Soarmrni 
NH4 Ivome •It quiet 4'ieei In 
pira.ai'l i ilthbnthrK^d iwj bi0> 44 
to moor feu*, arhu >• PoU pnrr 
|t3Tt ln« paynie»'a Call owner 
at 


NEW BUNGALOW 
One Bedroom — Near 
Gorge Vole GoU Club 

All the feiJvaqiaarr •( an apart- 
ment in q hvina. rlrairia het water, 
tuired ter range q.l tureqaa, u<> -ly 
rnwB. e(r t.ue terra, 

quin dred-efed rUaat. aniy few iir;M 

pyu::: .t . $6Soo 

Ceil Aire P-Biha 1-3341. 

■ t't > 4141 


UltTtNOB WANTSO 
Our eaiea in reemoa property dur- 
ing tha Utt lew Booiba have been 
numrrqae and ov Uatmwe ara de- 
pleted We are tn newd at duwiaar*, 
ronminf boprea eie 
Pleata rail Jack Brawn. 4 1134 

ryae 4-4t7g 

PCMBtKTON HOLMCN t.TO. 

1*0] llevernmaat Siren 


POUR-ROOMED HOOBK. NO BAPP- 
mrnt Onrdim Head 4 yrarr n.d 
1)900 caali Pull pnee |7.0et. Na 
aernU pleaM 7-14kl 

POUR-aoOM WHITS ~sn/CC() 
hame Utility fend apara bedroom 
reparete 7*9# toU landrrqprd 90 
Winairr Road. Lai.g/ord 


ROCKLAND AVE 


$6300 


potrx-Rooir HmmAtxm 

fdeni ter Ibw trUrag rwuple. vatk- 
U( diaikaeq ta City CMire. eie. 
Througti hall Pirnrh doer* Iw 
charming living room, aptriuwa kii. 
rhea hai dining area Twin aitad 
bediaom aod woe medlua riae Oak 
PMra and taMtfuUy Baeemiad 
tbrouttvout Pull ba-emaot ha« fur- 
nqre. drive in fe'agr rlr Hark 

$10,500 

Mr. Hrithrr 4-ni3: R/i 4-n*4 

VIEW ROYAL 
SECLUDED 
Low Down Poyment 

A anug hnma ideal f*r a counia 
tnauUtrd A large eiimriivq iif. 
mg roam, fetuheq ene bediMB and 
an# awiatl rwim, baihronm: alio a 
well buUt gurrt e««'aga rPernga 

U.'.. $6350 

CaO Mr pyanrta. Svr* 3-3344 


Uri'CR YAIU BTRCrr 
A pirkuo (ar heurakraviog raama 
X gilt Mdr’iBWir >(M.ii rU'ining 
vt’rr iwa baihrirocnk. iwa iwocnr 
'..r iianrr Prirr |4 lOd. ra»ii It hid 
hkiah'e rent. Burdn>i * TTiaVta 
4ir-i'i'4 Lid, 19/q u»reritmrn> hi 

within' VOt?R MKANB 
Thka pihorio J-ri.»in bui'ga.uw with 
rrira Itiu t* nal* • veara nid and 
full P'lre I3M0 wllh 11 000 down 
'ya’an.a rai* trrn>- pieaM • a.i 
pate nblrak of Plngr <4t 0ur«ay 
t>d. 4 •300 avra k-3139. 


$7700 


Na 1141 Twn nedronm i*urva 
hnina. g«>-d lacatHW lb (ufeurb 

$7950 

Ceil Rnr fTerni. 3 4?s| enyuae. 
Pr* • J17* 

$1500 DOWN 
SEVEN YEARS OLD 

4'’a-'Anm feanaelew ro«npri><ng 
eiirartite living tuuB w.lh Mral- 
llaivr ttraplec* caMnet kit* hen 
end naoc, laa feedrwaae. gna lal* 
uae Peannraka fea’hrewm aeperata 
■ eraga. (aoced laval lot. *zOf\f\ 

Nn Prt*a PRICK $OOUU 
Cell Mr Clarke 3-43M evee,3-l3M 


MODtHN PIVr-ROOMKD BtlHUA- 
low. cimr line Near Willowi 
Pa*c Oak Bay. N» daelara. Phuna 
3-9N3. 


QtrNOAlGW WITH Bltmi IN 
h.irmrat or «"b ba*aiiirA( ur a 
M" lul'abla far adding aulie Wiu 
a* a* (at aa Ik alia* Pul aad Pat 
14 000 dawn. wiatUnam prira |t} • 
ono Ur. UiU. Brown Sroa. Agen.ira 
Ud. 3-llCl. Bvra 3 7M3 


C. N. Montague 

«. O LTD 

lOM Bianahdrd ai part 4 »)it 


CADBORO BAT fit IHT ROOM 
hntrae, larga >Ol. Rpwaonably priced 
Phnna eventvig* av Bundayt, 7-lltj 
MM csdbaro Bay Rnad 


FOUR 

BEDROOMS 

Centrol Park 


rttlNT Wtu. PAT CAflH rOH •- 
raarnad bungalow, plua aoiu la 
Mcrmani with itvint ronm. bed- 
rn«B end bethrwom Call H P 
Hepburn. 4-II34: ever. 3 inn. Pea- 
hrrion Halmra Ltd . 1993 Oovern- 
nent Street. 


UPLANDS. 3790 HKHiJH mkBCT. 
ulWa-aadam. three.batfrawB bun- 
gaiBW. llt.Md. 3-39M. 

M 009 M. 3 RimoObU ■ TKARli 
aid. CInea to achowl end 4ic>re. 
X LAwndet, Johnaioc a 3 1343. 
evra. i-3llt. 


N H A. 

Wotorfroot — Beautiful 

A B.14I etlracllea ranch bongaln* 
tffnrdtag coaaidrrabla aeMuatan 
erith tatraead aouibcrn aapnanra. 
laar areoae to water Wild dneka. 
ewana and Canada greaa have been 
fed /mm iha tent lawn Tba houea 
II well rnorlru'ied and tinlahed 
>ri4.« tlurcai )ual four ?aa,a nia, 
ail (leaied a"d I•■‘liala4 Living 
(QB<4«. glnHIe il’chra and ulli'iV 
r- ’inr, (a a in* water There ir a 
larga Biariar bwdr'i''« a rmalirr 
hedraam end aeeihec badio-m 
rr.uld M made It drelrad The hr*u- 
iiful hardwond flnora IK* w«ib In 
li>a kliiheri and ballirnam wUl 
pirara tha meq4 dtacvimiaaiUag. 
Juri ten minuiar tram City Cenira. 
A prr.ee, If that la rate and ta ap* 

si 2,600 

PleMv -all Ml rwiM. d-blia. 
0-JI34 Kacluaive L>i'>nt. 


4*4 Rn>)M»-OAH HAY BORDER 
StNtrk.lng while, raven - year - old 
nungeHW In A-l candltlun Nua lot 
Bmail rcanomla furnace leiw ra«et. 
A Bargain ai 17.309. <rtcl'l4l«e > 
IVra^r ta.l 7*rk •BM*!' *d<B«UtU- 
I er al 3-914t, *»•• . 3 7»*1 
VHTIM4IA KfAUTT LTD 


Mndaro arvan-rawm tiurea gam 
bu'.va'aw piu4 TV r*r*« ar rumoi 
In («1J feign •aaamrei; five 
dr-wn Wl'h trw.iugh hail <“i 
fiMrr'. Pembvata fektli. >«T>in 
kiirhan w.rod far ranga, •.»' r 
bn; w*irr Tw* aiira ferdr'H.rr.* . 
racWr.i a'rtfae* have h>‘ as 
rnl* wnar laid m 17>.« imme 
ri*er Ulla but (■•r.eri laeitrg oeiii 
try w'li grrrfet li.fse d*w.c ti» 
veiinfeia feurenarw. » in *7Ai 
Onod **h.« ai $ lU./UI 

Jack Bmlih 1-3341. Rea 3-4143 


Al mm rARMlrWACL W CO T.TD 
I3<( Brnad N1*ert 4-7341 


F. N. CABELDU 

LTD. 


ATTRACTIVl 4-RUOM BTDCCO 
h'jntfelnw Ob Ka»rmrn> gnird dl4- 
tfirt 13 119 dewn IM manthlv 
Pun pr.r* 1#7M. 370d Caok Bt 


GUEST HOUSE 


nWAL ll'rMC FOR CtPlPLE OR 

4i».aj. (amiiv Capivlrialr »•- 

mndrwd lour nlr# tu-'Oia down, 
and two •.H.alirt br'lr<d<aaa up 
Warm conivai'<. Ii«fdt tn aiora 
a..d but A ’4kl •ppnnuuilT tnr 
U r rgih 0<i>er II *34 3-3i43 


PAIRklKt-rr 
13 td* iWiWH 

Thre* ferdnaema living tnopi dm- 
■''g r'>wm email raomri g.- >,#>. 
Pull (Ugh haar'prn. w.ih urtvr in 
gi'ete and llung^ trqv* Xvra'leM 
mnaa and mii Two bi-.ct* tri.m 
aev Iniii alad No deeorailun er 
rrpairr noeded Cloaa l« bqa and 
•hopping ren'ra Reailg good value 
Igta (nr rarn Prlra 37.139 

Cptitaet Oiaylaa ViOing 
C 9 HARRY POBTtn LTD. 
3-1191 anvilma 


llll BROAD NTNRKT t-7l74 

Member et Ua:ilpie Uallng Bureeu 

$1400 CASH 

Balan'e •• i*nt Pnui-iO'm mndern 
feu^tai'-w 4«a feagiaamt nirw liMig 
r - win (ireniare. up in. date kit- 
'fern, a'laebed ta'4|4 la'je gar- 

JCIl price $7800 

3d' Benneii. 1-7174 

$8500 — HOME AND 
INCOME — $3000 Down 

RrquUnaJl, Bpartnua rive.tr.oRi heme 

• ttb feeaernant # ii>a dfiv*.in aei 

• g* gr-ililr Im 4 Tarrr appme. 314 

Very ai'ra, lira 

P Mai*uat 3.7174 avra 4 bCiS 

IMMEDIATE 

POSSESSION 

$25,000 ;:r'; mTd.7J 

hnn>4 in aver? detalt a-.g #r tap 
q>iaM? huui (Ofev (atra la uwner a 
4'>r' firaiiqni Ai(,|.'ive appabr- 
anra plan, and Net layeu' Tfern'ith 
hall and 4ig raama plui' Ptetai- 
rei:«d ralrv down tn a beaqilfwl 
(Inlihod fea**<>mr>i torva;4tine af 
anethar thmugh hali, ertra fiving 
ibom and Crepla'a a hwdrpom ann 

• nninrr tamplaia bathraom larga 
rinirhrd qltmy aiad an oil air- 
rnndiuwalng hadtiof punt m •*(•- 
ama mdm Hfer*wni>d floma and 
a* I - In - wall rarpeta Awfefnga. 

• ••iharairipfeinf. an ramplele 
tiirga malchinf garage eameat 
drive and patia lawr a plariUnf 

• rtta. ihruba raa** P*ncing *at 
In remer* Tacea 117*47 0*er 
lire addrraa 3774 Muaar*v* oak 
B*V Per .414* wxn 

P Mar-n :.1>74 a*«4 , 4 0433 

priR GRIT 37.IM «ni |I3 p*» 
•n-.nib inriodln* 4'.% lalereet aa 
In- 'inpild balin'* end i. -.udlng 
,•••• .nu ran immrd aieiy have 
f»t...-«mn ot II..4 in*»» hrd'nnan 
k.neir T»* g»n'ind Rnnr ha* * pfre 

• '«• living KibW. awd • ''-feen. 
r;>erii.u4 Mdrnqm and baiferwqm 
( peiava are iwa mara fewdreMn* 
('H'lir rawm wiib wa«h tub* o: 

• ena* end ••*1 h-eir* ar* i-Muded 

H'ir*li 'I • 14 better *XOAA 
than tmii'g «OCUU 


pnR AALB ■ MODBRN THRSS- 
bedranm hnmr full baaement 
laat Cedar Hill Reed IIS «M> 


Rrra la an atneliaal emvariamtv 
fnr >ha all* •» ra>n a nva inroma 
frnm fxur I an hamr Thi* baaine** 
hat ke*a in aperaiiMt In Viclona 
fnr vtara and aniavi Ihe raiora af 
■ ua«i* f*ai afirr rear Kntira pran- 
arty 1* in very nira randinan loaide 
aria aril Intrtlot mBMiir nf ipa- 
r-«i* vNwplInn ball archway to 
lerta tivina rwam with firaplan* 
full *lir panrlled dlbing rmim «tlb 


$2000 exOWN 
FAIRFIELD 

A eery tam/nwaaia hum* In gnns 
rw44dli>wn — hnwiadiale p*t**a<i*vi 
<Uw furvitwra may ha bur-haaed 
If dasiredi n*e nlca goad-witad 
raama and baihmam. aDa piriteni 
•ubraom. PuU liatamaBl. bui-air 
heaung Beparale ga- *rQ/vv 
rage 0«wd garden Prira $OyUv 
Cal] Mr. Prancia. evea. I-3340 


rtf BANDOWNB ROAD AYAIL- 
*bi* fet inipr'Uao M appalalmenl. 
N H A moriftg* ncqllent ealjc 


WITH 


RITHET 


oAiinrvmi 0 pk<''al 
II 3M naem ar attrt. 
4'v-riwm lOfMiara bungalow late* 
In' m by 341 iindre luUira’Hra. 
Meriqeid dlrirlct. PaU prlra 
|7 nei liqlanta arvanerd Mr. 
liv*n» 4 aiM r**« , 3-lMl Tfevtur 
■ plK il 

NEAR OAR BAT AVfNVf 0*NTT- 
Ir-v f-1 ir fwhi hihgei.'* a*»e. 

». '• ' irnar* ••-•*• li 

I..I. theMare. "'lanv rparl*! 
I. .n (*•; rr. hU* aardrn t."e 
<•**• Prlra ta >M hail ladt 
l»i • .n' a'i .a-'’ ^l•t»•4 inviird 

Rnavauar Cu , |||3 Laoeiai 4 0*4i 

iin*i7,AL»lf DtBTRtCT 3 Bftl. 
R'vUMB and batik, upria'r*. I>vi»g 
foum. 1 riaim anader r>um. 

t'irr.an dnantiaur Aulumalli* dll 
h*a- Wiird (or rangr ed.l.iianal 
hed'onivi IB aerrmrn' Suiiahlr foe 
(amev rtwali.bg nr ravrnur 3-4M0 


fOR BALK- MODERN 3 BPOROOU 
hame fall aarrmapu 3493 Crdar 
HlH Bam III 104 


ROYAL OAK 

2 Acres 


CMUmAl.T HKAR BTNlXJt. HXW 
beme (ar raia. 110.439. Ha •■•ala. 
?-tllI. 

MGIlIRN l-ROGM tTDCcb~Bt7V- 

K li>a nahlnei btlchrn. iiiilliy tub* 

parale qaraar 192 Crrere Ava 


WANTED 

Al aonn at baaaibln fur rllasi I-? 
bedronm bnma Baaesiaat prrtrr- 
rrd III Pairtlald. Oeb Bay Avrnu*. 
Ce.l Lon UOwji. 4 aOlt ar 3-t 038. 
HORTUWBHTKKK BgCURmaB OP 
VUTORIA- LTD 


PAtRPlXLD DDPLKX 


RrnrRNiNo iim rkstaiai 
P riced at oaiy lilTId Ibla ir a 
t'ne hhrna nr |n*rMmetit l,ora’«d 
en quirl alroet In rqirfiaid, walking 
dialanre m Onw mwii a vrri ron- 
trntrnt all-in-nnr (-oar n<ia>at ir-n 
aide rafilln* i^k inir-lar ■>( ra< H 
in ee-rllvDi ruiidillan Ur trie 
4tH*ra larludrd Puil '.arefarn' kr-t- 
nxmual oit-o Mai>r h"> h**i- 

int PuU prlra xaiy tlj.ldd P»o»a 
J B l.aw 4 7144 div> •-1»l aval 
IBLANU INVBirrUK.ST LD. LTD 

OONf A(.I8 
II IM DOWN II lOd 
large, elder. tvp*. temlJv hi-ma af 
4 Dice bedr**a*i t*rge t|l■han 
tlvlng room gtalng raom and pa** 
aaairf IRtll baaeaiaaL hai air 
hril Reewrat* aaragr In 1v*ii*r 


Very •"■•«iita aedrnAM bin- 
gaiAW. larga living ri-om (lanlira i>i 
ki. -'ty piti* eitn tiirpia • ao-dara 
rahlnrl bilcbea and uiili'v iwm. 
gi’rri .r g-ean ahaea* hq r'»«.i 
Oviirrvua allwwan. r alU ba n 4AJ 
fur «lainiai *i.ak*4 a <1 ,*>:* | 

trim Sbawa fee app«'hime>ii uiiiv 
Bui abm (nv V L A « -tnt*/v 

Caab pfii^e $7950 

call Mr C'*waa. J-I3U. .« i34l 


DUPLEX 

Pvi>- 4;d Vvd/m rept'a'a •«- 

■ •- -V. •.•• •?!•••, ntaung n** 

pini-’g wi'tng medarn uoih'' >'>'a 

r:.Lm $10,900 

Or i.aar after Ira* dn«n p*,'a*. ' 
|-,ra*a a<k (•<* M* B*"* 4 IJli. 

• 1434 Bar taiv* Ltailhg 


HICKS 

REALTY LIMITED 

17i« OOOOI.A.T IT 1 li«4 

orroBni iiuusons bat bidkb 


PAIRPtn-D 4*. ROOM smern 
h ’ i*>-w Uaaamr'it laraar i'Pig 
3 *A3I 


67 ►'OR HM.K 


NKA NHA NHA. 

13 199 to I3.0M Oa«0 
Ob drllghttul l*(a IN a high Iwca- 
(i*a aurr«Mind*d by *ak tr*«a aod 
tir ireaa with mmintain *«•«, *ad 
■A laia 13 l« Kd (Oat wM*. •• *((•* 
wlira-mMar* rahch-aiyl* draam 
baueav They baea fiAM glaaa «u- 
duwr from tuor to crilini. recoaaed 
• iiirroco of mahogbii/. L-ahaped 
a>ruatura wilb malAi door ro/eie. 
larga iivinf room poneiiad la ma- 
hneany piyoood «tth a Homao iilo 
iiraiUaco Thara are throe bag- 
looma olUa toU-»«ay eopttoarda. 
w>na lUa-triaimod bathroom »tth a 
built-ia oina ilia alnk: klteben la 
fiBiabeg la Arbortia thd apbr/owa 
ftiUaiaa gUtliy rooaa auiomaila 
perimatrr healing BUlil by ***• 
at Victoria 4 bail ronuactore. Pull 
bMra up (rnm III *•99. Per *om- 
pieia daiolla coniart M' L V. 
Beiindara. Olympic Hemet 3744 
Deiiflkt Blrrel PhOno 1-0717. 
high. 4 ar Bum}*?* 

VIKW ROYAL 

oti-0 Wall* J-b*dreom bungam* 
ti I* I an*, year eitremeir tpariiru* 
3 bedroom beuae I 430 *q L Tha 
eniraac* hall. L' ibiped ram- 
b>«aUoa lla'Bg rvom auu dtmni 
roam *nb beatlMtar ti/oplare. I 
largo badrooma oitb wau - lb 
Ooeela Ore lianred *llh oak The 
well planned •abifiH klUhan row- 
(auta a bwtt(-ia riavtrlo aCoeo and 
breaktaat »«ib. Tharo la o l-pioco 
eathroom oft lha btlUly emm 
which adlouic (ho titchao nii-o- 
Moiia boi au bokl. AUbChod |o- 
vag* Bituaied withi* tight of in* 
o«ier and hat a goAd view ot the 
ntvmplea Pviro only II3 7I0, oilh 
an N 11 A nroGeega PL'"* 

i A MrLenan 4'017|. (hindart 
end rvenihf* 4 ?i** 0af4 laiabd 
Invetimml Co Lid. 


OtKAP FOR CARR tP BOID BT 
(Mci 39. I»$3 370 U»ed A«e. W 
3-4931 _ 

OAK HAT. I-BB3AOOU MOMK 
hanliinad floort Ihrwwghout. 3 
veara oUl. 113 399 1-7»0» 

PIVB ROOUB AND BAMMCNT 
Make ma aa ante. Via Alpha Bi 

BACTUPICS- PITB-ROOH MnoSRN 
MaccN buneabiw. aa aconta h •OU 


FAIRFIELD 
ROOMING HOUSE 

'374-H. Il-room folly turniahad 
la aatalloni eoMlIion. Ail urga 
rMoaa hwt waiar oti-fliod heat. 
•71# par mo-M. piia j-twam 
•Olto t*f ow»ar. * , . 


I YEAR OLD 
N H A, 3 BEDROOMS 

A loeelv bamo la a eery food «•« 
area cloaa lo aehoala, boa. •>* 3 
goad-aued bedroom*, Uraa living 
room, dtniat roam, eacrptiaaAliy 
niro •••iNei ilubon. ihreagb boll, 
oil C0k floori. driee Ui garaga. 
•le-trM bai wear, oa o nico led 
W"h Ifblt Uaea mv -i 
TMt ta a good bop al « I I rKULf 
P'.eara call Prank Martm. 4-Nll. 

J-3Og0. 


FOUL BAY ROAD 


Big rooma. Ihrwo largo bedroom*, 
cabthel kllcbew l«4a nf popboarda 
ltil4 liring nma uUiiiy nwoi ha* 
bdlli-lp thewer m* II a bom# yoa 
*IIJ b* pi*«4 of. dppotavmrbt oaly. 

JTU. $13,000 

K. Lowngeq, 3-Ull, ere*. 1-3131 


3313 asivtcx BTHxrr pivk- 

ROOM nmPK-TKAR oi D BUN- 
GALOW. P'tL BABXMSrr. UA- 
RA(tt IMMKDIATX PORBiaSIDN 
CAN B* MANDLBD WITH 13 0«g 
ON PVU. PHICI OP ill #09 
BOnrRT Mir u H K IJ. C O HAIUIT 
Pi'MIT'BR LTD. S-3191 OR 1-44^1 


Alag Ktoung. »-»lK •«•• . 1-9419 

DALLAS WATERFRONT 

<300 11 1 Rara otportattMy lo own 
pro0«r(f la Ihla apiondid loratloa. 
end a bargain at •• aao rrtdom ob- 
lameg fnt (wira tba prlra Mag- 
nitirent pareramla tee view Sditg 

• ■>4-ti*r*f building lhai touid o* 
raadilv cnpvcrug lo a dui-.'t 
wKh bit (ctenue tnvei igaia u,u 

• iirarliva propoailMn «-,/rvcrv 

bOO Pr.ced al $C>y^ 

Hr Newiun-Wbita 3 tipa any tjm* 

APARTMENT HOUSE 

• td*-B> niy cenir* t m t r«*- 
lainvd tuiioa Bootiooa rwn-lliMtn 

oir »e*L lerga Ml Ummtag 

• I aoo Wltb oboul m 3 *T C/\/T 

ha'i aath $ I /«!>00 

*•41 Kcaliag I |]*4. t*tt 3-0470 

IF YOU WANT 
WATERFRONT 

'•07 Ri Wllh eerv oaay ar-eea to 
a aui*i beam wit« * gvmg 

an- >i-i» 

• •» Ih'4 da'igbifai ran-h-ito* 
burgalo* It kha amwe'. with t3 
feel wf aa'rrfro-ii Thie datich'fal 
k'>nfai >'B har a aacil mivtMi r.) 
living .oinlng ream wtin large pi< 
(ura oiaoww Md invoiy tirapioM 
To* larc* bedraomr loo* laiir , 
fau<-p>*«e baUirnnca aaa rab-n#'. 
3l(«nen iinrhidinc ekererte rant*. 
Hoc aiy. air « — d i tiuwd boot aid 

• Ma-hed garage Mardonod floor* 

$13,650 

M/A Barbidgo 0-3104 aafiimo 

CONVERTING 
WORK fNTO PLEASURE 

im-m> No* la tbo Iimo u m4 ihoi 
oM howor Map lain a bcaao o«* 
bomo *0g Hart HviBg A«at t3 381 

dev* *01 pot you lata (hla U>rr*- 
bedrawm b«»a *1(h gleaming No 
I n«t r*ov« ibroughmal Boari-mr 

• e«nc kil-b*n *‘.ih Mta *f rnp- 
nnar-44 end ditttng •»•** II fi liv- 
ing room Ihvvqgh hali aod Inar 
pieew Pww.brva* baih Pull remew 
bate-neni w:ib dr‘**-in yara*e •nd 
atpod (urnaca tmeaiod m ina 
Bvmeida arw* amr jM>a aod 


NINE UNIT BLOCK 
Side by Side. Ground Floor 


HOPE REALTY LTD 
2-6246 


•gaa-UDUCKD- MM 
II $00 DOWN - UXtKI nVB-TBAR- 
aid fnadrm atueeo bongaUw. nak 
(inwtr (ifcptaca inii.ali*<( g*<*ae 
*< a hargaib Near Jabtl-* Mutt 
*ei> Bpeva) ni« |4 *30 Ivan 
he'flr.k Nor'bwei'etn Borurilier 
I d * kA3« re* 3-0«47 


Twn bedroom i»>lr* and locna ona- 
bedrnnm MODBRN URnriND 
PIOOR UMTS ALMOST NKW, 
Oil (•cued, aiec'fto ttover lariudrd 
tts-vqing a gr<%«* nf M.400 yeaily 
V>e* rv api>n«n>m#ni 

Call Ur. Warawa rvm f-3MI 


SIX-ROOM nUNGAIDW 
CMl-O-Maiir -One Taar Old 
A «elt-biann*4 NHa ai-irro nun- 
gain* niga Mvvemeni OL-O Mttic 
air-cohdiMnnad (urnare rtak n<»nrt 
(breughnol (nvely k|i/b«a e >i 
dlbing ipacr •<«« full i<ia 
rn-m end > a-ernnivo im <d .•■vi 
•*• with 7 frui< ( er* U.>ri«»ce 
Ilian pavobie ai 303 bcr r--v.--*i 
including larrt pjil pruo r''*'*' 
Phivne J Pear»<m 4-71M r.» #.»• 

l-30i< Itland Ibva'imgnt Ce t ’•! 

PAlaPTK7.D • 

Whi'a aiding •e'o-bedrmm bunga- 
l«w Bpartmie living rnroi kiirben 
wMh dineiic mi 0-Ma4ic hot wtiar 
fteai ^11 davllghi haeement ran- 
Uiaa Iwn Dnlchad vmwt *iih tm- 
let werhbootn and •*par*<a en- 
iranra 0*uM he rented Hire tar- 
dea Half binrk to tea and 'Iom 
I" Deacon Mill Park Prlr* ill 304 
P<eev* rail Ml-v Pvaa'nn r M 
Moatatw* Co 4 0311 ar 3 7o$s 

AAMBN BAT 13 090 CAKtl 
I'l B.ulb Turner 
A haryain r* a wed O-room 
Nc* Durf-i r<»nf na* irv-. •' 
Hdint All «pa,l'' i4 vnxfnr m 
tplenJld rendi’if-o rv» ■ 1 
lotnlng Pvi pnae •* fbO pv, 
»(ve »r*h D'and tnvee4«v.-n( «• . 
Ud Drtvw be aad ir laievwvted 
ewU J P*or*08. 4-7144 davd 9-30U 
oeoningt 

33R PAMILT~33AN 
Thta ta ifea k'od af a t*<ab voq va 
bom looking for. A c*w ihreo-MO. 
roam tinroo bangolfvw with • bun- 
Ho blavgronnd •( iho ree* of vovr 
1*4 Throofh ball plan Lieing r<oKn 
ISiia aablnei Itlchon wUh dming 
cwace TVt«*d tp*r-0«ev* batbrunm 
P>tlf baeemoat rnva in garece 
Pl»eg fwraae* I |tf tg fl f m- 
•ree Blv mt bervtia •' ai*>*0 
Ale* Peg* 4 gM4 ar $ 7333 
Nneinwootern Ner in<i«t all T*ie« 


13 300 CA.7H AND 330 A MONTH 
TRANBtT ROAD 

A wr i-buiK oldev-iTpo rii vnoau 
T«a bedroiim* up nn* oowa fHi-O- 
Ua<iB haat Tatet aaiy 100 Uoalniv 
povme-.l 130 mg r 70C/> 

tuu P»-'t J/tOW 

lo'ga redurtl'vn (or rath 


STEWART CLARK 
& CO. 


SEA VIEW 
GONZALES 

A very de'igMffl aod pteaean' five- 
roam ut'«g>a and ttur'O b'ii<d«' * 
■ <a from ana hack aonrwomt aW- 
tri'- (4M oarer alrad tor raoft Pull 
haeemeni oUh eiira room OU-G- 
Meile beat and drive-la gOd/hn 
Puh trtca only #0mUU 

Pleaaa raU 

R B Parnri. 4-9I10. 0 0IU 


ONLY 1$ 009 

fine '• T'l .f rl-4'. • i< huv a g-'^'d 
("I bunaaln* w'lh f<‘;l b<>-- 

m*'.: «>id /t-na e tl-(.e-a‘e ga - 
eg* t-'d g*r>l»D Good l•v•ll•n in 
Ihe -.Iv Thg m* Brnke'ta- I"ti 
BlaTxhafit Nl phune 4 MI3-7-371I 


NEW AND EXCLUSIVE 
OAK BAY LISTINGS 

fur' ' i*ii (amLv bimia * >H (aii* 
bedi'Kima ana dta bai otter o» 
•O'HalU heel rnii'^r pip-jig ard 
double plumi i,t reoi'a'* garaca 
and fufl h |h ba4*fvi»>c. vrty Te-<f4y 
(hr Oak bai ti<n*e and v>naia 

»M1 0M * g I 1 aATI 


ISLAND INVESTMENT 
CO LTD. 

r4 Port Bl'aei 4 7144 


BtAVTtrm. rnritt quadpia 

KOWB 

tiv- "v^m (HingriAo oil ai'-eondl 

tineeo Cyra room «a aaaemani 

t:rmr.r . $u,9oc 


low DOWN PAYMBirr 109 PKR 
pA«ih CnBibie'eir modernland five- 
raMfn b'ingalro CroiaRower •*■• 
Matdwmvg floort dneo'in aaiece 
Par<i»uiara rail Mr Hour"”' 
4-I034 er 4-7317, NoGhwrtiarii B*- 
t iM'iee l,»d 


WILLOWS 
Early PosMSsion 
Taves $61 

Ailracuvo ftco-room bamo la 
keeaiv UeoUoti riooe lo aj aoti 
venientea P*a(are« very niao Le- 
lag fooai, goeti-alee dinlitg t*om. 
lew eperleu* ^dr<*oaia lerpo 

vaomei bti'hon, beaullful ***9*0. 

reeq and ftwwet* Puti Wah 
*a<*me*i gnee-ia garagr A 

r-r*"" $7950 

T»TWI| arrrngvg W erte rail K. 
(•erwaarera. 4 •"• > leak 


aUAU. PARM HO0IB 
SMALL PARM 

Pour-roam bau*a atiuaied on 4'i 
•rtc«. oorkihnp i-jitaoio (or rmaiiar 

^Xpr^.*" $6000 

Wun good latb oarment 
(lai broad II tv4* Vie Tumar. 

4-M3a Taace Hope 3-t0»7 


MOTOR COURT 
Compbell River 

Bl^aa nica wnlia. a* lao arrea Of 
(r«ri land. Ii ha* ihre* hundrrd 
(rrt •( wateifTvn’ere and road 
(•'■aiace ih* lain* be*:* od boai- 
heuoe Aa etdeMr aian ha* •per- 
• i*d lhi< anwri (ot a numbev at 
mere atrd nao oiihev lo rellr* 
^er 4hu« a b*( reiutn of abnul 
HIM TTiir 14 an a'tioriut iropo- 


ESTATE 

SALE 

4 BEDROOMS 


gsa'.if bo'li beau' <u"r b>«r.<i4d 

bw4-nrat!titB I hoait m baat pari a* 
(‘•ni'i. IMk B*v Leryr Uvifig 

ream. f»iiw>aa gibini re'-m - 

tfi' kl' h-n fu.J r.if'. I .• 

wiib H>' oaivr oil.«j 

**/•'•<* ••■•/•• ge'ey' ' 

• harmpivc •*• wai 0amtnd'''| ft 


•N*P fOR CAIIH W*l.t^BOn.T 
(wa-badrAMwi bqngakow eiira b*d- 
rHont in baaomaut naar Oak Bar 
•h 'noiag .enir* Ovt he*' Prtca 
i-'ee eioilrir ranaa **fri«*f*«nr 

• I'ld Hati-Ua. Owner I 0190 Na 
ae*n'- Cib-aie 

NT OW um HFW ALL-nsrTRIC 

• • '•• fl r Na baven eu i.nr 

•’*7 7 Thig ronm haW oak t'. 

<»- •••.•■no httbriMim k>i<'irt> 

dining a>f"b Uuadry >*iwwt rar- 
••!'■ el a iir4 Hu *( -ai.^r -m 
threo •< iM ••.(la U.k00 7 3177 

WANTTD APPBGXTMATKLT TWO 
acr** *aiorlr>^'''age and hn««* 
with light aad oeier rbiaa lo 
Uaaabrrtatlna BaaaMh Pwntnaal* 

•r up l*lan>( trefe'red Prlie ree- 
•onabH Ptaoa* 1 MiO or Boi 07«. 
VKlori* P i ' i *a 

FOR NAf B bt' OWWSI LAKY 
MU eturoa bwaaklir* kot-waler 

heal PvM davHahl baaement wilb 
late* finl»hed mom BeoareU ga 
raa* bimeimM c«aund« Clear 'Hi* 
13*40 Tevri loot Oimgrq #1 

PATBPTTU) »ttV**C* - TTTB** 
kiae.Artmi ua ^<ir 'aoma plwt two 
V1.M0 twite -m ma-n Ronr 
batemeai Wl'h et'i* r>vrwn Pv'?*. 

h> earaar Hal elr firrace Phont 
awarr *.07‘* 

WNITI DmiMo' OOTTAOB PTHW 

lavM rtm* >** (oia. Pb>na 
0-44T7. Ho agebia. 


■lxclubob 

OPEN HOUSE 
HOLLYWOOD 
RANCH-HOME 
1852 TAYLOR 
DEAN HEIGHTS 


A bea'i'tr-<i Pindt'i »• •"a i mnn- 
‘ ->'•• UKt'ei net* the ima.h A 
a-<me idtaKf ooi'od (•- a Mry« 
• •*<•1* 'b*' '4h be eaaitf p*r 

•• -a'-fn#*.'* («itn» and •« 

a 9'1't far be»«# '•• * « v qC/\ 
toa 44 .<e r/Kif 9 I I >T^V 


TWO THRIZ OR MHJR 
■KOROOMBf 

TTilt ihraa vaar-oW tiaeow aan have 
mat man/ o*dro>i4M Thiongh haii 
detiga Loealt larqo living raom 
Wllh tirepiae*. family tlae dialaa 
vwom. bright alorirw eablnOl til- 
rhea whB broaktaat boak Two 
loiA alae bwgrwomi ouh ««lk-m 
riatata PvOi btih bOaomaal fwatutoa 
?7<i4 tally rtnlabed fwmpaa room, 
naw oaod aa ivo oiira badrooma 
Oil boat Lota of artraa R«*lo*e 
meo3 eatao fil.MM Tblo maot bo 
•aM and U redoead to (lotao 
Call Wwoh R**tiva al l-0tl7 or *eoo 
•-II40 NewMeod Raaltt Ud 


$1500 DO>^N 

rUMC '<'re • 


$15,000 co5h will handle 
Price $32,000 
W, D. KENNEDY 

•14 Tvmibco Al’e* 

|.•0tl To0b Tur*ar ba-oe 4-0031 


LEACH & SPARKS 

UPLANDS SPECIAL 

0""M M rtw landaeopod 
at 0 *W orra '<$3 'nl* beauftfwl barn* 
o n oiuwv.t IM brafcianBai b*M- 
beee atacutiva Pit* large reoiM 
WM roBiM* 0*ob>* **ra0* d*4 

$31,500 


$6600 


HIGH 

QUADRA 


•3 000 DOWN WTU. HAjrDLS 

y« $ lew 

Fridoy ofternoon. 2 5; 

evening, 7-9 
SoturdOY ©♦temoon. 2-5 
Sur>dov oMernoon, 2-5 

In ettendao-a 

R Bwitih a ilia wMk* I ni4 
W Melitra 3 3Mf *((1**, l-0T:l 
R*Ui(3 Beallr Ltd lil| Qwodfa 
Ueuranre and Bcai Bb'a'o 0ge*'-4 

—Ibrliulve URlam* 


Her* (a a ftna oBe-yeafwild Mm*. 

m' ud sg t^a.i/H-a nein* rum ••*a 

• MMiar*" Mrenmea (hrwawh MIL 
d-B4(ie ei*.'rw '•b'i,*t krebOB. 
(O'! ba4>*->me. Prahvrwte baUtcootq 

• >’.h «ari'i fen baarmoat otta 
Oit-o Maiir b*o-na aad 0yiw*-iB 
0e aa> lb rdit'jwn t* u$u a 
Wt :*J terq fV'gen With 


A al'* br »M t’a'-aeg bUBgal''* 
Pleaeaa' >«rtwun<$iim0 To* bed- 
room. .:•>(• *mm diniag rocmi 

• lUboa •' • a'-aklart b* «k ha'i 

• n il* Pti.f loaeia'ad Put cemit. 
bae*me« 


3d«0» 

II ••• ~ DOWN — II •»• 
•-veai-oM / bedroom home tn ev- 
ralitni 'Abdiuoa Cloa* lo arhooi. 
.rvobbibg and iraaaborial.»n on • 

I Hi*( ttreei Cl*** ib Victwria High 
■ h«Ot TfeU H a bargqia al ll ••• 
gewn balaara !•• o*r monlb. in 
r’Bding laaev A rail logay win 
pni VON m Ihla haitao ta 10 data 
To etc* W I. Wk*hlhfi*n 4 7t4i 
•avq. •-1*M tvaa Ulaod lavoM 


BEACH DRIVE 


NHA 

■IZ BOOMS AND BATH ON 
•eta flawr fail naaemett' nti-o Ua' 
m heailxo dtivo-ui aarare tMd 
dMrirt ready Hr cme o<rvn'K |3«ia 
Mvn 043 *0 Mr m*nih P«.l price 
III 30a PWaao r*:i Bailee a« j *<tv 
•r B»eo 0-W00 Nrottood B*ailf 


$7650 


H W MILLER & CO i 

I0M iWvemmaat •( pitame 4-3033 , 
»vaai*|R Mb l-BaM ' 


NORTHWEST HOMES 

04:t 011 DobglM 




2S B«UagoUmt»t Vwtwt* ,87 HOCYE8 FOB ft4LB 

Swn4«y, Up*. !•, 1*SI I*" 

67 ^BOt KKS VOR SAJUf r> I -r i i r *l~ 


67 FOR AAl.B 


57 HOl*«EA FOB 8ALB 


S7 HOl’BfS FOB BALB , 87 


67 HOI RF8 FOB BALB 


By Fred Neher 


RANDALL'S 

LTD. 


P. R. BROWN 


Pemberton, Holme* 


OLYMPIC HOMES 


HARRY 
FOSTER LTD 


»-UM 


BARGAIN BASEMENT 
PRICES AT S720 
7 Lots Left. All 60 Feet 


FAIRFIELD 

$8500 


ESTATE PROPERTY 
OPEN TO OFFERS 
JAMES BAY— REVENUE 

Thii «» *a <).4»r >>9« r>t 

a»«»a *a«m« nn r<-« tMar Hi* 

•*n-r'*oSj *>.tU B*>tt ml I* .<* 
• •Mr*'# huii*> room Ou'A I* ,-,%Ar 
ri> Mwn-#| 1 A \K'. 
til ana )< 1 :^, • ••*, 

iTRviA <-AV HR AHRANilCD. 

f"f (taflrif •• 


OAK BAY 

THREE BEDROOMS 
THREE YEARS OLD 

rtiAi ■ B'*r <n* A*«n>i» 

L*rt*' U*ini<rMM hat ppra 

lirrplar* IM kl'titvft 1> xirii'i 
• tib 1<'>« p( eabin*i> a btvik'au 
nevk an4 u «ir*J iw raoc^ ai. 
iopm* ba«* A4A 11 mm Th# ha*«- 
irtnt u tu.l I !( and n*i drt««-iti 
room 


11U oonntAs •mnrr i-stii 

0»M*lU "t^a Rar* 


IM FORT «T 


$6500 

INCOME 

YEARLY!! 


•<«Kca, N«ir roon* p’ la mra is 
KanflUBt U«uiB tnnm ttrip'ac*. 
riMaai alwic btirbm. >«ci k*d« 
riNosi batlironai. (uU fe**f«i«i 
p«t • vat#r hiaiini radiaiPr* all 
rct'ota R*r*r*‘« larata, virr mall 
(*r4fa. #i<* laws $8500 

Ur. Oa«ik, r><*a I-M14 


NADEN 
DOCKYARD 
4 ROOMS - OIL 


GRACIOUS 

LIVING 

PLUS 


tn *Sa '•h'",.'* lal an* .i. 

Hitn O'iadra b« t'x>d 

nom»i •• pi»*»fit ta aft»T fr>r 
»*!• Mrluiivat* *»rT aiir*-- 

• >*» In'* WMh IK* rui'ik pnn oi 
land ironrallt inuar •* as ••n- 
poM'iai'v *r> a fia< r# tno'n 

h#!nw *K >in| isa'i" Hi#*# 

in * «r# »y I* (ni >*Mooai Hnyt- 


A "luriM .f>di* IS iha li#*l F«ir> 
11*14 MKariM)->* Hlnrk ft'rni :na 
!«• Spn'l»M rnadl'inn 
-•u'nff.ailr *■’ ti#i< ind ri#i(nr 
rint **iM FOUR LARrrr Kooua 


TRY $1200-$ 1500 


rumpu 


titnui 


PRICE REDUCED 


Rockland Area 


Ft'* *#r»* n( vrry innd i*nit (n<ir> 
ronifi rncaa# (nad barn o>A*t ny'* 
biiiiduifi. *wa at aa'#r Vaiu# nr 

X $8500 

Own#r Will trad# (nr nid n'v boiM# 

Ur Randan. Ri#* ] k4«) 


M‘>n*iai# daws pamrii' and »#r* 
#*>r larv* tnt hiianx Ihi* 

s 11 , 300 

Ur Datnoo i%,* k-M«' 


I>TAtw«i'<M m»f bar# a4 ih# 

dtraii* •>» rt'tmr 

Ufi Awiindvr 1-3014 


Or»Y CfTTTAO»-WtTH FIA VJtW 
— <;r-M o fran«p>iMan<>n *Dd <>iop- 
PI' C •>•«« Mld#r c>* Ii«# 

•Wr.i. rar.fi*- *.'-'#r. •■•ft nyll'- 
is ra'iDi ai#i Lara# nuat ronm 
Wl*h np#fl l.r#pl»r# inrwl 

TAi.M* P-4I1 aatfi Orrapanrr <as 
M ta>i 

LibdMjr A;raiad#r 1*3014 


BEACH DRIVE DUPLEX 
Wonderful Seo View 


Brau'itu'l* •iiua'#d on iat#ir P#’n. 

Brtor Rn4>l turmundad br *b*A# 
and arnaisfatat Ut#«, lain* and 

Oao*' • tpaiioua aparirarst ntlrri 
iri* uiBtMl )a cbaiin and rnBitort 
Tbrautn ba.) lart# ntnc 'ooiti 
and d.Blnc rrum all f#*'ii># wall- 
I ' aalt brnarkif>m rarnt'ina. ■■••n 
Kffi'Anmi ■'# ‘aiti*f>#a i‘*« a’..i# 

lainrMni 1* tnui'pircr r#mbrok# 
M't: r»n«#Bi»ni bt#akta>l ronm 
and suilti adjoiB «i* tlrrlrM cab> 
in#* ki«b«n 

pTiral# an’.anr# l*aii> la frarivu* 
l«<»*b#<1'n«fB apartflivnl up. ram* 
pi#«* aim lari# livina rar>«n. d.nini 
r'rom tiuh#n and tngr pirr# Prtr>- 
hi<'(* Minronm Tb't apariwani l< 
t#iii#4 • niAtt raUahia irnani fnr 
IlM p#( maiiib 

FU'nar* lA.'m hnu*#* rbI*0'Mii ' 
HOT WATfn Hrailnc U"U Dmin • 
(#Mr*i# caric# ani ni*# 
ci'mni#'# lb# 1 ic'Mr# of ima cnai n- 
int haoif a ih iriri'.i* 

Oan#.’« ara ra'urmni >0 (na *nd 
•nn a ’.| b# in * praiiian m *t r«pi 
t'-n # ilrrllna 1 a pa3t pavmrni 


CARBERRY 

GARDENS! 

REVENUE 


Tbit a*< «. » a I* . na • r* 

in apit'a-pia ard#; I.itaii # .# , 

tint. 4 mnia. disibc rMai. ai<*,i#o, 
•atr# aaaionp) n«'mc oi’rr. 

r*n- for libb liiini r'om, 
dimnc ‘*1 lar<* fw*dr*i<aik. 

dUMRCOM •it.iirn «oi| btmiitoin. 
b#n«r»ir f .r>'*rr* a'"t rlrrtr’* b*i» 
aa'fr lat'a* lA#,: k#a 

Tbl4 aiU »f|. t»rr qi • 

$17,400 

Cobtart Mr Hrpnurb. 4*kl24, 
>>•• J-inii 


CEDAR HILL 
CROSSROAD 
Clow to Aihlone Heiqhts 
$900 to $1000 UP 


$1500 DOW'N 
FAIRFIELD 


WATERFRONT 
Reduced Price 

Fl>#.rn«n ituoa an Hollrannd and 
C r a • < » a 1 aamrtrnpt Ha'daand 
tlpnr*. auinmat.r ml hm-aa<#T b#ai 
PI»a*iBC flni>r p.an FuU ba>#ni<Ti' 
ra*iljr a*pt pardrs tin*urpa^#d 
»i#a Fnred for ^ m c/\A 
Qul'i tale . d I >4<«A/V 

taw Mr D*ria 4 l'>4 «r 
Ur Jafdar. k-HM 


01* rnnm* as nn* flnar lBrl>,diti( 
t»n p,<|'anau. Tb« Idiei-roast ts 
larfa and ba* a S>ra aprs Hr*- 
pa<# Dimnc-rnnis 11 II * II and 
lArr# 14 a bandv d#n Tb* rvaaii 
kiirhcB It airtd lor r*na# FuU. 
M|h b*<»rn#bi Aoti-had (*t*ia 
T*»#* aiHiul IU1 Ttm II • 
l#inilr bom* tn *#rT cl#aa condi* 

$8900 

Ur. DamniL 4-111L I'M 1-U4J 


Fmi# •M'lm,* 'anmi far 'h# nan## 
■M "I* druf*";# f#’#r I# pino#ri» 
F* I'R I3JI a Bnn'h ini*-<n# 
Putt p#i'* ^ , c CAA 


"A GOOD BUY" 
CLOSE BY 
OAK BAY HIGH 
ONLY $3000 DOWN 


a* of 'fii#a *> b'lo.# 


COSY — COZY 


HI-LOW! 

$8950 


SAANICH 


Ibnr.i i< *k .1 at'ii \ktN<i#> •*. » 
■ i» A.SL'O ('nUA»ltlAill.X. 
fOMTArr SEAT and TRIXI r- f 
ranw. !*g- i*j*-ai f*' « c*> ml# 0»#.* 

|-> »'i4 i»ot<# »«*,i. nr • ^^^|#^ 

• **i IK'**' ti«>#m#’'i h>>' • r 

nr<* Tbii i> ip# b*> a( ''i# a##* 
r* IV irtoi* It i.ig C T RAA 

at«b F'llt nr.'# $ r OUU 

Fbnna Rot A (i- 4 1134. 

B’#> 4 •^I1 


THRFG - RFf'nrtoU Oil. HKAT - 
Oin#r »|.t •rmi-n itiya.na in *in. 
t,'B rordiM'n p4*fti n#» 

• i-vf (i*a iBi'i.aU'ia rfa •.,, f 

b*a rnpprr HoaMimMON 

LN TWr> WUKB ( L 0 

Luiaaay A.raandfr, k*3PM 


FAIRFIELD REVENUE 


n«#..nnm ,igrin in HIOM Oui*1*a 
pr >#-l l.r>W lor ij’ri'k «4 ' Half 
an4<*k fr-'H Put TPra*.«fi t<«ii o#p- 

• fr ,i ii.ini and dinlnf fnn*T*i 
4*ir#n kl'rnrn FuiJ Ka*#ri'#PI •I'it 

• «"» pi*«'»*#d ririt# 'f> 

f*r*4# Frannmral bo* a«i#* n#a' 

nnir 4M v#»ri«< O'-nd In* <n 
•»*" f*'i«»r> and k.'fn#*! tardrit 

T***» nni? ItJd P'»**# f* I 
ORAMAU KARRI0 t*Jt4t 


f.tar •#‘l*'an>*in#d aoirt abnainc 
f.-irn rt>u#n* and *'>'ia’*d ■•> a 
rnp.i,.r ima ta... J2 L500 

>W7 HARRtrr ROAD 
rw>ad in* a'lan. f'lu«# «u Ontg# Rd 
r»ldrr r»p# Ut A1 pnnd.’i'-p n-#» 
b#drftain< nn an* f’nnr auo U«mt 
rnnm iIlQint mnm a '•‘b»n and 
ba'innoa naa#m*oi anil larai# 

r;;;.., $69so 

Fiaaaa phmi# A W M >*r. 4 TPl 

ITM T in« 


n*un*>#r. 


Funn>, >l«>m riFV(*r thought »f thU Idr**?" 


CLOSE TO MAPLEWOOD 
OAKMOUNT PARK 
Priced ot $1000 


pr.r* 

f’irin#r intortoaiiDn and a,'' 
pninimapi m *l#a pl#a*# ra.l Rno 
■rt Ulltit#; *1 3-3ISt nr 1-44T1. 
UuiUpla L'li ia| 


67 HOrSHS FOR 8AI#E 


67 HOI SKS FOB SALK 


4M« ra*b atll fiia mg pnt>#»a|na 
m ibl* 'hr##*^^^ •*'#fjr'»Bt i"'- 
■ac* *U*ifir U«hl, approaimaialr 

,_$4250 

Call Taaml#r. Fv#i 4-ilH 


THREE SPECIALS 


SPITTAL 


ESOUIMALT 
4 BEDROOMS 


$8800 

$8500 

$7000 


3077 DYSART Rd. 

(Corner Ker) 

8-YEAR STUCCO 
Full Basement 
$7100 Full Price 


CEDAR HILL 
5 OR 6 ON 1 


FAiRFfcuv-ne Luxc Five ■ 
lONrjKK LASriNO PTUrfO kA 
TLRIOR rrntf II r#*i» -j.;' nf 
I'.p q<,ai.(> cri'#-.*.i Am ''••j* 

vn'rari'# and tnrn’itb fa., ran 
*’L ibtpad li#fr<| foum and dlnlni 
rn«m $ SIAM KITPHtR T#n 
hrlrbl Mdrnnma and lull Fvmbmk* 
ba'h full baa#ffi#ni t'd 

bn'.kir furaari Orh#-in lai- 

SVlt $10,500 

LiBdaar Aitiasd*' l*M94 


I rbarm n* 


tig, rn buBdkina %i'b 
?ai :jr,;«h»0 b#drnea>< 1|> Kllb •nn 
lir. na>#mrri K#r# i* a tuJr m'>d* 
#ri* b-ima xii a fln'ibl# *u# Ia* .)•- 
■.*i#d (6 '<>• ni'#»' oar n( Caqu:* 
aia.i Or.li (n» mart nid |t p»a 
#r*rrtltinc on* can dr«<r» m 11* 

^•.mr;r;n,# $ 10,000 

Ur. Rfun#!!. J*4lfi; ■#*• 1*4111 


IT'S GOT TO GO 
HIGH QUADRA 
$2000 DOWN $2000 


Ait t,*< m a«aii 

bucfa. ia Hr 
Th#«# 
C4U I* 


• and "#• i'a»*d 

• i*T Mb'! rt »> 

N 11 A IM- 1 and Oitt*" ■ 
■'••••-’on aagjd b# pl#a»#a 


EXCLUSIVE 

$2000 - DOWN . $2000 

Tan •'*». I’arnom bgniajoa 
lat<« U'Uif tn*'iB ki'-D#fc asd 
pan’rr "* #!ri#n: and »**Ad ard 
,"*! f*.roar# pip#d Humid mni 
F*-’P#rt» •u’i,*t»;ii#d tn‘o 4i<m -nt* 
• I'n a , boi.q-nf and bt' Bng-# 


HIGH QUADRA 


Tan *'t*fdt)V'bui;i famiiv bnn*»a 
• I'l »a>#'i#ni irnobi ard I'an*- 
pnrra'iofi taoli'i'i Riu#ra #*<»r. 
Inr Tbraufh MU plan Oak lln->r« 
Ki'vftvn a hngt#ai(#« d»litni 
r!uknr»d plumblnf ib 'm# *•',* 

,itt#’Ti#ni fwd’u^fn and a'laiicar* 
n’’>mhtn( in r’b#r Paibaa*d a-r 
inr(!it',-in#d h*a< ffrt •-'# »arai#* 

I tniiuap#‘l tmn*#dia'# p««»#.*inn 
Tr» «"*r p**m#h’ Fi»a*# rail 

ORAHAI4 HARRia 1-llM 


\<* f Y pB*ibn«ra. 
n ab'a •# A'.ndtf* 


A mal baraaib <bu 4'i*rmMB bnuaa 
3 u«i *#i*ti yran «Sd mmpr • n« 
liktsi mom. )lkl4. ihreutb bal*. 
'a« 4noi*aik#d b«drnr>ai. -?*« tlnna 
ihcouiboul. <at|* iiKiirn asd sau*. 
I"ur*r,#»a Fraiorn*# ba'h t':*'«f'i- 
Ib ba' a parvft aui’h m*4# 

an id#ai utiiar ranm A (ood M#A 
a«»#ni#nt a-im dtir# lo aarar* 
ClSM m auhnn.i •b’lp- gQQC/'* 

pmc bad bua Fviil p'k# ^07^U 
FhiMt# Dnu| ft/ip#ri*na. 4-Ma| 


REVENUE 
CLOSE IN 


ABBEY PARK 
CORDOVA BAY 
SEA VIEW LOTS 
H«qh Location 
Pr<ced ot $1000 Up 


OFFORTONITT KNOnCIRO AT 
YOl'R DOOR 

Tbi* la l*i' ibaDr* lo t*t a t»« 
•uT nn a mn<k#in frur-room bun«a 
to* a *b fui' nairmrni and ar;>* 
.a larat* natpru#* liatnc r--— o 


1 tHCOMR 
r.«* ' F e 


GORDON HEAD 


tl'anl-r.»a rabui Ouniakia 

Ti ■•• ’i,dr'«MRa and ui'liti ibrnutn 
i.»> iijil con'Tr'v #a*aa*r.’ Ol.*<V 
Mt'.r br#t a’taiJitd aarac# *’jn 
ovi. ,.'r*-m'id#m (ibin#' kt’vh#n 
ai'f, p*.-* V#t? '*'4# 'vn* rnr>« 
im Il'#p}4'# 4'd bui.'-n f#a* 

• .»»! I#*'’ a. r# ••*a'i”*ii a, d in 

♦ wa'ron arn io*i •##•» 
Ai'Mb## of o'tf a»M#' Tfia# An- 

.p#'.4>. $16,800 

Ur. Rrwn#ll. |.4lkl: R*#< A-4.1A 


$8000 


DOCTORS 
LAWYERS 
EXECUTIVES 
DE LUXE RANCH 
ONLY $4500 DOWN 


Pitfo.»m «n«-t*;r-0ld aunta-^* 
■•'in» «-j’h ai'ii ;o»#!r unnb- 

• iti.'’r*i i.ta of la'M narMi and 
ain,n'aiiii Llnoc ronst lltik a.'o 
t. dli..n( riKim 14fa d# ui* #" 
'!• kiuCM». «>»u» mm w>d •<•(## 
h*-i'->om* Oil**)****'”- b#*’mi i*'* 
«,'• fd V#ff tn a b#*u- 

....,a--tr, '■^'--$15,250 

Ur. Hf’m*. 4-im. Iv»a. 4-lMI 


JAMES BAY 


for •*! r* aim •mpt# diMof *pa#» 
'•o •>md nrdmnin* r#iso,ni# f)»ih 
room #n( air aaaog't lurnt,* 
0 ,-itia d* a'ati'M raquirM F*d**' I 
,na atna!i tnr p,*t#ni nao*# unnan 
fir ar i'''inim«M rHil* Ru ina dran 
pavmanu r'm«id#r#d 

Kk>-:uid#f aiib H#rb iP#)|'-'n 
l*11«l ar ».3U4 day nr bkM 


EXCLUSIVE . REDUCED 
S700 - DOWN - $700 


NORTHWESTERN 

SECURITIES 

OF YICTORIA LTD 
011 YATtl AT BMOAO 

FIVE SUITES 

Fai*'t#ld apartairai aa*kii<i 4.«* 
ian<# aiaara «rr4p:#d A'l *u ’•< 
»#ii.rnn*ato#d 0 >**0-Ma>ir )'•*• 

b*>#m*n'. Q#at •round, Photibi 

;pVl.«;«.* T.m. $23,000 

t. a Fainrk 4 trv4 Of 1 »('41 

DALLAS ROAD 
NEAl^ BEACON HILL 
PARK 

Tan-MdmoB Hu#»» b-4fir»’na -jb* 
op«<ru'<#d 11**4 »f B'tatn a-'n M* 
Ra4#r m dt»'4ni** Oaorr «illib 4 tn 
a#r*|H iatf* mortiaa# a-'B lo**r 

sn.oOo 

Call t J iT*d* 0'*aari 4-M$4 ar 
a TUA 

$ 1 800 CASH 
lansdowne 

OY1Y 01X VTARR OLD a"b nn* 
"f rh# r**nK#** and mor* Mau'ilul 
i4ed*#an#d (ni* r>t Ua kind Tbu 
la •imo'r a dnunt nn* -if (h» 
ru<#*< ••■rinf* aiailania in ih* rtt> 
f’-ur*rnpib ifutrn, lire* |i»ln< r#M*'n 
atm tliapU*’#. 'an nir# fiadmoma. 
’«f#lT ki'cMb. '• 1 I r*<’t# and lv#*'#r 
inriud#d lart* 'I'lliiy r,|Aai a"n 
lubi a''arh#d larat*. int M<7"b 
Prt'#*l 'T dUlrk laJi nn •*!*•» 

on*; $8950 

Roy ■ nilU 4 -M »4 at l-lklk. 


CITY — CLOSE IN 
$1250 Dowra — Vocont 

Pli#*iaAni kid.ry bBiMiinv, laa 
Mdraaint .i«ibi ronm d'ni"i 
t'*<im. kl'#h«n as maaa Uvinu 
rn-'m Inl* #a*ra b#<>rnnm full 
• •••mant, furnaca. *« '-Jd*d I'it 

'• $5250 

Ur. Oruva. R*#a. t 4lkl 


$8400 


piia larfa rnn-ni, nn Ontga ram. 
'»•«#« la' In* #nrn#r inn«na anndrr- 
f-j> «'*• Rurroda, cl->a « 

IB R*dU'#d to l$40ViJU 

Fnr auir k Ik * 
Mr. Ditib, 4‘01M* ai*a. 1-3444 


1 R#i*r>»# .n t«m» 43 tad »•*' 

r ,1 fag; rana* lar aanar 41AM 

;rpnr# $9500 

T« Vi«a. C4.. J4'k b'nan. 4*kI34. 
E«#t 4 4 mT0 


HIGH QUADRA 
$8950 

Tbia ai’riniiia #.'inf4ln* I* 4>i*i* 

• ■»1 "*\ a ipk ' 1 "il 'nrn»f ...I 

• 'raod and a«*"fv of *0* * '-r 

'•r#'*,*# fttdvn a:f* u*'''t *"•»«( 

• 'It 1 mol* # nn* lar#* b#rtrn..»n 

m#4 um •ij* Mn.i#rn rabin*' 
i'-.n*n fu.i na>#m#*>i atm bni 
a ' f jrnar# T*mb* ran ba ar* 
rant*d 

Ur. BuiBatn. I*4t4t. t>#4. l-ItlA 


2971 MILGROVS 
$6750 $6750 

RETIRED COUPLES 

TAi:* •..’I d#ii#nt »"u n'i'# •>‘i--*n 

bunii na, nn aUni iiVini tmin 

tir*p;tc* i#if* ai''h#n ton b#n 
tnnmi P#mPmi# *«lbmniB Ini#,. 
a*rd#». DOR T Riry UNTIL YOU 
0SC THI0 ove T#rm* aviilabia 
Ur Ua> Parian# 4 1111. 

#••• 4-1074 


OAK BAY 
DOUBLE PLUMBING 
RUMPUS 


DUPLEX - FAIRFIELD 
$2500 Down — Oil Heat 


A SELECTION 


I'P Tan h*'l***nma. liv Si 
t'"’i#a and #'»• *ir •iu»# 
ha I ihr#» r»** # ni'h N#n‘ 
DOWN -Tan la'i* Mdrm.r 
m# and r<*nTi * 

f... 'I'-'iti ••*• k,'i-##n 

r * # ••♦■II a-ic 'f'r<*<in * 
r'«.#m#n, ml r.jrp#^# ini 

rl ' • ta bj- a.id A 1 f 


II Vd DOWN |i\a rnmni a.'b aii'a 
twnmnm nr d#a O'l'i* mm## >• 
n*ra%AA4 fiiwir*. ►*»•- 4701^ 
m#nt Varant Fn** 2/03U 

II >40 DOWN, nr #ar ai part par* 
in#nl Rik 'ona* -an lau >i'«. 
lan* at r*ar idrai f»r «ru*k*r 
Oar*#r l*avm* #i»y e77CA 

Quirk pAa«*Mi>a Fnra 

11 V« DOWN Ml Tnimm ar*a 

Fd'ir robfc* id#al for 

coup)*. Frtca . ^AtDU 


R#’ni*<#<iud#0 Ftobably tha irtat* 

• - 1 #, .* nn indai * ma*k* «; • 

nid MauiT *)th It 1 Ik H*ibf rnd u 
dinin# raan. 1 Mdionsi and amait 
ki'>*h*n 

Raa»m»Bt r/inramt dri«t*tn la/ai* 
rumsua tnntn if i U aim tir*- 
plar* It'a aroutitc*itl#d tor Mund* 
PiBOiib# a.an Ilf b#aird %o' ait>> 
dn ro'i (*■ a good au# <n bona# 
«alu4 U»rlud#d 1* )o##ly wal)*tn**aU 
earpota in borvonna and half run* 
nrr |o**if #*p#aai»# mtrrar and 
.fotlar arr*#tia an aindnai Rain- 
roonia oa aaln tlaar and naarmioi 
rmmvtiy tba bigb#4( «*4u* 

$15,950 

> 'niack Chart** Vlmn# 1*3I0> any* 
tlM*. 


GREEN RIDGE HEIGHTS 
N H A APPROVED 
21 Lots Left 
Pneed ot $1000 UP 


OAK BAY 

4 BEDROOMS — DEN 

Pir#li#nl fatn'iy hnnta aitut'#d «• 
Bi'a IM wtin racy mainmnasra. 
Ltrya I'#tO0 rnooi gnoA d#0 atib 
f'rrpiar* larca dining rttow and 
*i«n rmtm rm mam flnor Op#o 
a'aitva*# <n four gnnd Mdrenm* and 
b*'h Fifth btdmnm on iHird floor 
R'lmpua rnotn aiUi ttrcplar* Oil 
nnt.waior nta'ing V»rv rvaaonanl# 
,ai*t Cina* in acBooI* ahApping 
aid tria*i*orta(inn # 1 y (\l\f\ 
V#r* good «at ,a at > I OrUUU 
Carlgiiva ac#n>a 

Ur. B.anma. l*4Ul. aiti. l-tltl 


BaUn • arrangad 

Mr Damn, 4-i)na 

**'• 3-34*k nr l-al'k 


fpim ng a *#r# I'ra'rC' I- •• 

'1 II# High Quadra arfa *« *•' 
pjraifd In ntr#* fnr *ai# 'hit |trn.-- 

• • '. y»<-h ini la from «' ’d 

'##t and f#*t'i*#( a para. and ni 

• tr»#a and «»* mm Earn I-” 
>»•• a mnuniam #•»* tr;t'*d 

• "hin 3', Bt'Ui «• in# r.*> '■i-- 

'•» ,4il I" fn, m-*# *tr- 


ty>*#1p at'uati’id anh b*auMful a#« 
«t»a Aturro bouat fnur badrtmm*. 
«*B hatHrm'** dan Oil*n*Ma'ia 
h#a> Ptiiiaai* for duplr* To 

$14,700 

Mr Bd*ard*. *«»a 4-nu 


Dnonataira aul'# La-g* h* "g 
rnniB ai'h fir'olar# hriaht tn'-ii 
aril kiirhan. b#dr'iini loui-oi#'* 
li#mroain. nn* r#oi#d *• ikl p»r 
mnniti Full pri*-# Inr'.rding V# .#* 
'Ian bl'odf rtrap#* rlaMnc *i <a 
*>’h tarma arawahl# and Inam## 

nn $ 17,500 

F”r fur.nar d*'*iJ« J M 

rn*»m*r> 4-kiii E»*t i *»7i, or 
K R Lt»a. 4-1134 ti#> 3*>ggl 


REALLY SMART 
CITY HOME 


ATTENTION 

THRIFTY 

BUYERS! 


Fm,,.T»a'-n.rt tM**r'.»* a'uvrn 

finm# aim lull M>#m,n' and #n- 
ri'*«d i*,*|# Anarmui :n.ing 
(#-•>> diBinr mom and onaM ,ii# 
k''vn#n Tan grind b*drnn*i« 
P-i'ly iB**ii*'#d Ifn*. atr lurnar# 

$9500 

Call Mr Kt'l* 4-tlo* *«*a . 1*il0A 


A JOY FOREVER 

Th'a vara haaiittful aatarfrnnt 
nf* pfrparta n« P#r'*i# tnlai 
Fnur-ranm I'uccn hunaalo* vi#a 
vindnaa, ail hr>' aai#r h*atio* 
Ov#r 10g.|o«t frnn'agt Dn* *■:• 
Muiham tcpnaui* rOOCA 

A bargain )TOOU 

Ur Mali. aval. g*M7a. 


$1000 DOWN 


V aill P4> I'", 'n tni»"i(**# m#.* 
lan FIVE *nr>M MOt'APii n#rtu»* 
ln*v r* bd>n raa-iy gond buy 

til A rhami'tig huntalo* •# »pnl. 
)#•* rnnd >tnn ft** vaart nid. 
nrata t#d*rnr*t#i (uii* iniu> 
)*'#r1 full ramvni baa#m*nl 
Ha* roppar plumbing ihrnuch 
ba'I np#** lirnr'a'# to living 
r*inm fa r|n<a 'd lr*n«pnt<a«i#n 
and nff#t*d *i llkdb «i **4"n 

r:%r„. $9800 

C*an*'a ami'd 'aka r1<ipl#> Ih 
F*i*li*)d dia'M#' a* a 4rad* 


mi'miim n| 4t ann ’n in- 

• ,n.~i If., t»i<"*'' plar-. ••• 
ar* *1 !# *r*d .np«'*r»n'» *.** 

*'*d *'ih 'It ar* a'l'* ■"1 »m ng 

in .nv, a proip# “ll of ' 1 # 

aubdif imn a 'i a* afailabl* ana 
'•'•np #«# da'a U 

Cninart Mr I Y R*',r*.rt»r*. I'gSII 
Btih'a or Bundaia '1' 


PROFITABLE 

READING 


A'll'a'il* f« a t*iir*d rm.pl* *'.n 
ra*h b*r* v*ru)d raraiv* amil#* and 
a ditreubi Nni a mod»rB hnena fnr 
41 001 but hat b#*n mndarniaad -n* 
iida Taa b#dr»fttni but adduinuaJ 
apar* fnr amPli r<*a« Full haa#* 
m*nr mppor piping, fruH iraai 
Tata* glUV 141 

Fl»*a* rail Oaarg* iaaaup I*3i0l 
B**« J*l4f1. 


SAANICH 

5 ROOM BUNGALOW 


HEISTERMAN & CO 

till BlaBkbarg etraal 


Livirg rnna, firaplar# t*o n *0 
bMirnnana. k'trhtB Hia aiBk L*i«* 
br#tkla*i Bnnk gf*it»d tn b* a 
pnr'h ai’-h buiu-.la babk Full h*'«# 
m*n> Fiimar* Driv#-iit g*ia<# 

fond gardaa. all laadackprd «i ■•dg 

_ ._ $8500 

• W BpaviB 4-ki3* Ri*a 4 1#13 


VICTORIA 

Realty Ltd. 

BEST BUY IN 
TOWN 

$1500 DOWN 


TWO NEW 6-ROOM 
STUCCO BUNGALOWS 


$6950 


FAIRFIELD 

$1500 DOWN 
$50 PER MONTH 


HAGAR'S 


$9650 - $9650 • $9650 
N H A - N H A. 
CLOSE IN 

$1300 to $2500 Down 
IncludinQ Lot, or 
$500 Down ond Your Lot 


Thraa h*dr0n«4. larM Itviag rnam 
and dtnibg rnnni. alarirl# feitrhaa 
#.#r*M' dnmaiiit hm-watar tank 
All ntk flMiri OI1-0-M*ilr bm- 
B'f turn*'* Drlia-tB garag* T* 
ha rnntplatad •Hhlfi th* b#*t 3k 
'* )b d*ia a** tn*tn nn* W* dn 
nni tpink p#<i ran duphrat* 4h»m 
fr- vnrktnanrUlp pia'#;!*! and 

$11,300 

Cdnlari J. tvUab *i** 4.s<k3. 


Tn*.##- *#■'«## n#> r«n tm*. 
#nfnBt#i#if d*rnra*rd bfi bua I'n#. 
4Pl thnpp Dg BACRJFtne fOR 
TASM 


$1500 DOWN 


$3950 


Rt* lari* ‘nrirtia Pii’l Pa»#m»«l 
#l*h iiiMPfir rn*l »|n|*# Tin- 

• l•-lng "f fn'if n#dt-npii 'i*irg 

">nm l*'g* »t*#i#p »pd rvan'r* 

$7500 

rat t-*n t.»n"ua 4 *m4 ' *413 

$6950 STUCCO $6950 

RtraH fnrir.rnntn itiirrn hupialn* 
at'h acarh'd aarag# and uttlitv 
R#'l«Jd#d tnrannn rl#»# m hi* 
and •rhnni 41 gtg db«t) balin'* 

$6950 

Mr> .tnhru’no. 4-»b74 "r l*Ab44 

HIGH OUADRA 

LOTS OF FRUIT 

R*n*i Tt»dnr-«»#)# hn*#* *i*h ihr*a 

b#d»nnn.» l*fi dn*n m* 'lb 

I art* hvinr ,nnm •'■•> #nnd fr*- 
plar# F*ni1»-i»t# d'.im* rnnnt 
'•bin*. k|trh*«i Rrn*f bt'hrnnni 

• I'h 'urSn*fd» »pd h'jtl'.'n f#a* 
•<,*#• Nn' •*■*! '■'** and •nnd 
f*.-na'« r«*h 'a tpnriiag* nr 

™*i'7’‘''rr*r'""' $9500 

Call »0T' Wfiittgi 4-k'''4 nr l..'7k0 


SEAFRONT 
ENGLISH COTTAGE 
3 Acres — Seclusion 


On Fnui Raa R<$ an »l4*r bnm* 
hut IB gnng rPAdllinn T*n n#d- 
raemi n>r* Ifv na r«H*m tit n*« 
iinniaum Rig hiirh#n p»n>ri uui- 
I'a Nn nt>#'n»ni Cirrulaitna b#a-»r 
inrl«d»d B pfirr T*a«* 14? B#| *. 
r#'* garag* OiarouBi (ir ram 


54200 — YES — $4200 
HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL 
JUBILEE AREA 

r>ld*r*i*pa Mur-rnnan (i*t*m>#l 
bungt’n* #n gn'm-to'd lav < >>>'# 
tn haapKai. N»#di tvpa.ri an*t <#• 
d#rnr*<ng A t*« dniltr* ie#ni n« 
ini* *nuid t'v* a kind t#'urg i* 
Ih# |r<i#t'nr ri#ar till* \ACAfvr 

$4200 

rxrLORfvR LtmNO 

R»| Ct(*:iafl. 4 1134. avil 1-4444 


OAR BAY I'M vi'-N fr'di *«i#f 
fang vi»« M t 144 Ipt ra>« m 

■ $2450 

THERE 3 PROprRTftS Wnj, RS 
tIKL I ART VtrrXA AD TWi> 
ROID IN TWO DAVE RYE TIftRE 
RfFORE JT » TOO LATl 
L. N. R«ndt, 4>741): . 3-k00o 

NEW LISTINGS 
Super Construction 
Quiet Locotion 

H#r# 1i a f#*l’v rna# b'lngi’n* I 
tnnm> and a m.i»* 'harming g*rvn 
If mu »r# r#t>r#d an'1 aan* a 
brnn# aim nn f<#p« yn.i tn.ti'i 
•## th'» OniT tairn v#*r« •* 

Q'j'#» dli'ri#. but a* #«*n#r Itm. 
i'*tilV dltlDr. II log dnvn ha'- 

p?'**'';,:"'’" $8950 


Fr->m m* rnad ya« drita ihrn'jfh 
’ll *imp*r| on Md# UP'll 

m« dri'#**# np*i'« >ntd 'ha **• 
rlud»d ni4 anrld atrdtp aitb thta 
rnt^ ar'iiii' asd urigua hnm* 
Innking nut n*#r 'ha ■#* RuiU t* 
bt#«d >1 aiih t>* i'irrnuDdini< 
Iha hau«a It buiK n( radar arid 
cnnMt'i of living mom *iih op#n 
firaplar*. l**d#d «uido*«, and 
.. >■ t ..ading ntl'n a ir'lijn'ri. 
t.-'i'*f»' mn'Pg rnorrt mm- 

#n h#drnoB and btihrnMn. part 
btiamani garag*. TTi# prnp^'y 
t* *t inuih •tin *'#p* >#a«iinfl 
<i'.«n nn>n 'h# b#a h Watm *«im- 
imng *nd gnnd Mining Thu u nn# 
nf 'b# ?r«*« td#*l pTfipartia* far 

t |,« m#nt Tri '- V ";;:;. su.ooo 

rxru'bivR AotNT 
Alfrrd B Fr>*#U. Kv#i a-ta)3 


$9500 


On d*'gn*Mi' 'I’* *'■’1 #».-# i'i* 
V •« tnd nak ir#*i iV# *’* ah'# 

• rt 'f.'* * *|rt<ii# ai.h 1*40 tr#» #r 

iHtn# i,ia'# ^11" I'*** f*i« *1.1- 

dna t. • "vi'tg 'rtvoi in ,'#1 lug 
a.'h Rdanin *'!» fi.'pl* * f''-'- 

• M d-n>'g r->nm K#drnr>mt ar# 

17*11 »i'h '*ih'» m Ml# .arg# n,;i- 

»!'--h*B *p*'’'u* ai'h in- 

4>r# ■ |.«ti’'"g manv '•itibr*a*i4* 

and g'll'r rnnnt h*a’#i1 Bn>i u<.n. 
dr# 'ub* iull haarmani dm# n 
atrag' U*i aim nav# rnmp'r*#d 
in.fnrtt tui»':i'iv 'Arm 'f a Mi'rd 
had'rmm UP*'a<'* ’a. •...•'n»iK:a'''v 
'tin# p'l*' Unman ''i# tin«#r 

Vnu* •".) It, '• i»» -nv.*#.l 

r'f»*'*tv »iirt»*d fnr anmn# ahl# tn 

drt m# ia«# r 

r#n:i,T M' t V Rf.'i'l#.* *1 
J-I311 Inr r ••nr'*'# d#l*i.» Bili'i 
.ir Runrtt 1 1 


rPir# 

D trT**r" nf 'h#!# ham*, f|t mur 
r#nu,r*n'*n>* pi**#* d*m < h**lia(a 
It gal) 

D#a MPban 3-0*74 


*>• Th-, •* a r*i| 
r"#d t .nn 4 *a 
f'l.i aai»ip*nt RUu- 


F'aata 'all Oavrg* Jaiiup. 3*Ilgl 

B»*«. J-Ittl. 


H. A. HUMBER LTD. 

ItM Smad Rtraal l*« 


$8950 


COLONIAL 
4 BEDROOMS 
1037 Cloverdale 
Oil-O-Matic 


F#ii* ppAn* Utrr Frriiwrrrk at 

3-dii) k-j:i4 


OAKLANDS 


FRASER BISCOE 


GARDEN & GOLDFISH 


to'#p,|rt'«i|# «*|1 hnlh f|i* rnnm 
i'..,-.n • I'lgaiAa l•*•-lr•-‘| 'hmogn 
h»ll pun tjr«* iiung film fir* 
p*'# na'daand flfwi', rilnipg 
tpn*i 4 R’*r k.'rhan •>lh ARM. 
RTRONO th IhO np lln.'' Tna 
p».lrnn'"» D'ltr p*#r* F#mbtnk* 
bi’hr-'aB' F'!' '"A'pi ►a»#r’i#n’ 

t I'nkr* d»'*'» in gitag* wondfr- 

$9750 

ri*4»* «'i M>* lai'-lirr 

1 4341 R«a 3-14M 


On »‘i# •«'** and *i‘h 
A '•tnoma.i b'iB*«.fl* 

tr vn-i aoe*#'-,*'# b#*',‘> an.| « 

»r!,d inf#*- 'n#o» tfl'i «r *♦,'• '*1 
.#• pi.'p#i'» Ifl min ,l#a ff"m 


EXCEPTIONAL VALUE' ! 
BEAUTIFUL - MODERN 


FAIRFIELD 
$2000 DOWN 

ntL NfATlNO DFfVR RY '."44 
P*nd*rga«i *lt r'wmt ma.B tia*.# 
,*«i <ib ■Pia |nt#rtnr U n a».*p- 

tmna^ 1 g"Pd .*'.1 t'aa B'» h4v* 

*n# *#•* Call up and •* *>b trin* 
• ■.» tjm# eooQA 

FuU pr'A# dnW . -iOTr JU 

tXf*LURfV» LmXfNO 
OttM 3*»4li. *vf, Ur. WUkiaaBe. 


t'p-id-m**pi<nu'd> 111 aiair d*'t . 
ihi* Ota fiav buagtin* i, nn • 
qii.Fl It'"! and fiat a iaii<t#r*prR 
rarit'n vi’n a bt-agtaund nf it##« 
Thra.gh hall la>a* iiv.ng t-iam, 
dining rnnm pi#iir kiuh*n br*a«. 
ta*i tp*’# ihra* b'drnnm* tnd P* 0 
r»A miip finn. A-iiamau' mi fc#t'. 
Nig*l# • llnuntd baaami-bt •Itfe 
runip'ia ranm, f,r*pt.«, tniui and 
*hn**r. dark rnmn au H*r* it a 
hns,* fnr 'h* famil* vtlh var ad 
<M#r*au arvi hnhbiM, T7>* prtca in# 
#lUd#a *aU*t***aU r*,p*t* ang 

V $15,950 

Fborr* Ur* Rhtrl** 4-1134 «r 
4*4411 *,*ntBi4 


Ei'»lipnt in*4iMt«, rlAim tn I'hnni. 
i-antportatlnn, maduai i*n>r* tad 
4hflppiPg Onantiaira l**iui*a larg* 
nak • fh>nr*d living rnnm. dinmg 
fnnm t*n-pi#.g •Bthinam a.#i(ftr 
kiunao ai'h Oaui-A-Dav automa'tr 
*tth*r 'itt'hidad', fcmar* rb»m 
■ott Bnt ■••tar h**iini> and *'* 
tt'had garag* Dp*,*irt ih*r# *'* 
fn*,r badrnoai* and Famurnk* balh# 

;r:i..n4a.:ua.l $11,300 

Far f'lrthar tnfnrinaiinn rail Rrtbkri 
UlkhaU *4 3*ltg| ar l-ggTl 


MUST BE SOLD 


S 1 500 DOWN 
SIX-ROOM BUNGALOW 

Tht* n»«t hnma t**,i* v**'* p]g 
and *nmp<i«a* living rnnm >7tia. 
mnd*m t-i'h*ir v*a badrnnm* and 
■ unrnrm ignnd fn' ihifd b#drnMn> 
Th*'# u nit b*4#m#at hue an ai- 
• i'MH garag* viir uulitr rnnin. 
m*## itapt dn»ii fmm li''h*r 
la*r# :»v*l itrdiB in, «uti f** 
,n#d* e707C 

Th* fgi: . l/O/O 

F t.#»'»T. l-tktt 


N H A . - - N H A. 
$10,500 - $10,500 
$1500 to $2500 Up 
Includtnq Lot 

TNr** hartr'Ami ran.h tiv# (lav# 
ni»n* nn d#i,gn'ril '•»• •ri*n Aik 
',>•#•. Thmwgh r>«'l r an *i«h *nm 
*i'"4>inn ''V"-g •(in'Ti and dib'itg 
rnrtm 1" f#M I rg f'rv, -'p*r# ' n» 

• ■■•irtv. -H*.# b'd'n-'m* *'. 1 - 

• ••1 •',irn..»r.1. rt«t ' Art.. -A,»r4 

• *.,*•• V'-» «■•'• 1# *»'•,,"# 

< '#i -1 -tn ,v a in««>i |vt IkU.'t ,p 


OWNER MUST SELL 

NO 

REASONABLE 
OFFER REFUSED 


r^at'lv t*dur#d fAt gui'k >*'* 4- 
• Ait# hingti'-« «n .'p-*" 4*1 

'f 'n«n. BBly II Ug dn«n Ckty 

p:;m:n',. .. $7330 

ri#i«# phnn# Maf' FTai**#r-k 
4 :744 M F aoedaalt. f**4 4-1JII 
0*ya- 3-kt4k. 


ESQUIMALT 
FULL PRICE $5350 
SOME TERMS 


MOUNT TOLMII 
$2500 DOWN 

ATTRAmYl RIX • TRAN • OID 
•’ i"o n<i-igBi"« 'I IN *" f Ml 
n#al T*a t«in**if* b*drnnm«. L* 
• l-i|>#d liaing ind dming rnnm 
,|*«pia.* apt Inii ki’.rh**' *>r»'1 

•nf rtng# i.nl« nf Canifl**, *nd 
. ■pKna,'* ip#'* Ti* il'.i I'l.lKr 
,m < »4gFNT FAfiO «iir di'#"# 
PPE7T1 'lARDRN FCurfO 0*n 
•V ••■'.i'*rr»'1 Q 'I't pn##*M«nn 

r"v ;;:*:; $9200 

Ofm* l••4l): *»•* Uf wiikihidOL. 
3-0741 

RXCLORtVI l-ieTlN« 


' -lanm bungiin* lo EadulTa'I 
ff* pri'* |n.•'urt•a 4 bur'iar pm* 
i*n# gat T*fg# and • vlinrt*'* Full 
a rnt*o' ai'h g»vn#n, f#ui,d*t>''n 
• ••'t tinuhad dnvf'in t*r«r# 


NEW— $8250 

Fnnr-r#nm bungi'n* in iha ri'a nn 
tn# htii n#*f »ri*nni« and •»'>r'» 
Thu I* *t*» n**' nua v*"! ran f'"*) i" 

' 0|i-n*Mitlr n«4i ilrtid I- 

r*' n*t B* ,'i'# In ,h** -#<••'• 
v-i nuT r# I R O Nat ai 3-0111 

*%*• 4-44"4 


tpi<tng "mm 4i'rh#n t*n hadrnnmt 
and haihtnnm an p*»ii d#'n,*'#d 
Iniirt* and p#in»#fl rt'<,* *t# *1l**m 
t#g oa» •'"» '•'■»■ tdd 

n.i'# in'> '#*• on >*■>#• and i*i#«t 
llupr fr.*»r"f. A»* '■ • 'h 


$5750 


ALFRED CARMICHAEL 
CO LTD 

U3k R'-ad IN 


BLHLD N.H.A 


HAGAR & SWAYNE 
LIMITED 

414 TATFR Rr 4 otji 

Mrmbnr Vicinrik Rati Calai* Raard 


EXCLUSIVE 

OAK BAY 


FAIRFIELD 
DUPLEX 
MUST SELL 
TRY YOUR OFFER 


Attroctive Building Lot* 
Availobit 

$484 DOWN 

ON YOUR OWN LOT 


APARTMFNT-IONPP l OT roM- 
Pl rfl WITH PI AN FOR AIXTTFN- 
PirPTR AFARTMf.NT UORTOAOt 
AFPROVEft 4*3 NO 

nn AYR YOU CAN RTART CON* 
RTRITmOR IMMTniATM.Y tX* 
CAVATIOM COMFtITRD A 

:r" . $4400 

0014 RArow 4*k"k| OR 4*4711 

EXCLUSIVE 

$800 DOWN 

3285 LATORIA ROAD 

•'lit *h*i ?nu hiv# *>#*n i-nkin 
'•ir IS arr** •«h n#* h.i''g*i'* 
nni d'.li# rn<*<pl*'# Clnnd tn"'. 
b'.rn*' «t*'t,i' r*'4* (hr"*" >n 
a an a i'A*n**ir *i#rtrlA h"i.*#,*r 

;;:*:..\r,'':Lf $3000 

I4fi p«t mnr'h h<n'1'«*. 

C*' l#,, LaHn-it. 

4**"44 nr 3 *«43 


SWINERTON'S 

.Ratabiianad 11 * 0 ) 

*30 M4O0OMT0H RT |.T 


McCANDLESS REALTY 

IJ* Fart 01 Pan;. a 3-kltt 

WATERFRONT— GORGE 

Cbarmirig Hnm# a«... , • 

44 400 DOWN I"*.* ii .d''i. i*'C» 

itvini rwwB *' d dtt't"* ■ n m'#- 
pla.a naa Mon.* rv'.i > .-lun 

• 1th pnak ail «!<n •*,#' , •» ••• 

’*'*# b*drminii >i1.:ii« n' ivi'.wim 

• ir#d fi'.i n#fid'« L#'(# tmif* 

r#m^f»* n»i*.f.onf* f'.i 

hlr^ Aa*#.'!#*,’ OtL-tT-MATT' 
HfATINf. I’l.n* 3,-*n*m •*,•» 

• '•■' r.:»p;i'» »nrt '••••■ n. m . . 

p#rt'# rwi.'.i-. ,#••- 


THE ROYAL TRUST CO 
OAK BAY 


LANGFORD AND 
COLWOOD 

SECLUDED YET 
CENTRAL 


CAPITAL CITY 

REALTY 


T*p (nirpfn>* fnur. rnnm uiliM 

B#» plumbini rtn»n«i*ir* •#pif*i# 
aMfanr#* h#*uUluU» d#rnt*i#d 
IPtid# and vara *"rt#t|v* #«T#rinr 
Rumpuk rnrm niih furpl*'* la 
ramm- -*i'n>»r.| llaraa* 'i*»‘ 

«Bl»r h#at Fl#<ltle hM «tl*t tank 
l^rad t*rd#s 

Mri Cavand*# 

3-47BI. B*t , J \*H 


V*'* 7*r«nm •'u#rn *«mi 

b.inga n« in apQti#** MHidituvn m- 

♦ n# tnd nut I bfbrk frrrP b#arb 

■ nn 'irt># ,n park Lart* Inl 1" « 
3*0 •-m ■*#•« Ia*#It tard#n 

and nafh#rii# itrt-ia# r/inlM* nf 

• .'■#>tgn h* > iviiig I'-nm •]',, in#n 
f. •#*>;•'* gipug rnnm k,’''’#n f 
b#'Vn'im», i-plF'# P#m*,'ka na*h 


NEW N H A 
3 BEDROOMS 
$2450 - DOWN - $2450 


$8695 


earpnrt 


000 oOBkfoikAjrr 0-»*« 

UPPER SHELBOURNS 

LOT*t.Y iUROALOW 
Th« m-ut diarriminatinc rmpla *iU 
f»> 'B inv# *ith IBM tharmiag f ••- 
rmnn hurgaln*. 0p*'inb# jiving 
fnnm rn«? b#*irnrtmi briglll 

fn'wt*rn lif#h#h n#t<mt#.» no# "f 
ir* pr»,,*#tl ii"< hnm#* in 'h'* 
full rang* and 'i u *m>d «"•> »•' 
Anmn Rrii#f pru* if high»f d«*ii 

Kr;"',.. $9500 

Rydo#y U'fTnnald. 3-*4*4 fvtning* 

FAIRFIELD 
$1500 DOWN 

A'lr*'’ *• •(.:*l#pt n)d#r buft** 
'»• *.1 bright rntiMt and luH bt*«* 
m#iU in uiinacu.*'# 'dBdntPB b«k*i 
mod# and n*i Thr## »n4r*#«i* ar 
I«n b#4"#vma *Pd d*ai .h##ry *)#<• 
tn# I'lrhait. #p«'lnu* llvUlg f««m 
and kiamr r»nm td#ai far famii* *r 
cn*ni* C va# '* arhnal and ahnpv 
v„#a at 

R#n Wtl'an, 1 Ilk* C**b<nga 


ala r,***r*aa r*n#h *(rl#> mugh 
,i*aiiliRg b'tniaio* Roa'-ngg 
'g rmnm *tih firrp'a.# nvrr* 
i-g i-n;»rtrtd Onit Unk* Full 
••#".' rarpnrt r,**l nn'-ag# 
■#, 'r**m him* m • rt 


$600 DOWN 

ON YOUR OWN LOT 


Big b#atiMf*| r**m* nf i>.p#,,nr 
'nnilrariion Ihnigghnui an* '*>• 
• inly a h>«« iha’. vi.i pl#a#« ipa 
mnit di*"imiti*iinfl P#*iut#* a 
t*i##d h#ar'h m liai'tg rnnm 
Tlttr* it a full hign b4##m#n* «i*h 
|ir«p*#n| garag* and *'i*'ni*'i* nil 
fnr.*d air furna'* 43 4)0 *111 nur 
•hi* fnr vau •i‘h m# talari'# 

J ...... ..... h ,, j ,,, 3 oo 

Ur Cm*. 1-71*1 R#a 3**ni 


YOUNG 

HEART 


eOOW*^ '»r«a— ItIFA •i*h #d t t *♦ 
JTTJV '<**#Bi#i>l •uitaM* t#f Oii>0-U* 

■ hrr* hnnrnnm* nr t*a n#drM>m» *.-.0 
din#'t# Wnnd#rf*> «•#• i"aii'ui 
tdU* V larg# at'#h#n *|,*d fnr 
'ang* hn, «ai*r and biimhvd 'nr 
lk#n ■ill ■*.p»- Ilia aink yrnnnmi. 

'■ It *,#*■#•» *l'h i**du*' I >p#d 
bn’ a r f.,r-na'# Ln#a>#d nn p*T#d 
♦ ■'•f* amnng n#* hnm#r ''•«# 

*'.n-igh 1*1 wnani f/» k>dA#i In "••#• _ 
n,idi# fnr hin'h Through hat,, aat 
fibn', lmm#di*ia pnavviginn 
THli fR IXrEPTTOHAL VALOt 
ANO Yrr TH* CARH OFFYR TRf 
OWNER WtU. COMRIDER WILL 
AMAZE YOU AB 3fE UtTBT RtU. 
tR A mTRRT’ 

Add**** ••ai abi# by phnnmg Doug 
la* Ra*k#* It 3*3101 .aftar Iknurt 
3-44*4 nr 3-3l*l> 


P« V • 1 

4 -.rhrtragi 


iT*‘’l# Irt. ••'rt- 

$17,800 

FAIRFIELD— MODERN 

h'’fT RliRINICBR r-rifPi E Camp*-, 
1 ••vwn "iiga.n* inrt'.it 3 '•••# 

-d ■•»am#"r |.iM*r» g»*»g* 

living #nnm ai'h fi*#p.a # 3 
HibfinAm, #'*'•#•# k>i.-h«" d'n*"* 

#.» •inrt't NEAR FOt'U P*Y AND 
BAY priRnFR tna*ly i'** 4 


Tiv# 'mm n-i-g*. 
m Bp'*'*d |'1 inra- 
lA r-.artrtd Onlf 
, 'nv#ia la*n and 
nr #vp«n,|on A 


B'rib nnd Berry Forrn 

Apr>*'Vi V, ••»'* 3 mil** fmm '.h# 
B’**i'*nrtf*. Bav fiihir'g I'Tind, ;i 
Ih « *».-*l>*i, hnlh fa'-'- 7" ir"i'i •» 
fmm 'h* rh.a «if \."^r.a '•i ■ • 
n*» Fai R*r htghvat Prnpv.'i 
fnnai,'* nf 31 k* a"** af *•-*.:-'' 
•nil 'nmrlai* *iih raavrvtilr and an 
irriga' nn •?•,*«> t.ara* nam 
p*mp hn-,## -an 'r*'''* •■#d» rnd 
th.*a •in'ti* •fi#d» P*#ii'rt mn. 

• u,* of a i.'nnm •Idt"* b'tngtinm 

• iih tdV iia**m«nt and hnt r -r 
fu#nt,* Tliii u nn* nf ,ha hai'ar 
hull, (••m* in and armmd 

$ 20,000 

Mr C>M** 


$775 DOWN 

ON YOUR OWN LOT 


OAK BAY 
SEMI. BUNGALOW 


YORKSHIRE 


$8750 


$845 DOWN 

ON YOUR OWN LOT 


$8500 


OUADRA LAKE HILL 


PARKLANDS 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


Low Down Povment 

BtE pomU nid»r '-i a »>••«**’"* 
il'ii*'*c1 nn 'an *«li Und*rap#d 
rttmr'.#i#1a d*,nr*,'i nv'd* 
'**dv ’n **lk lit ipdav r>*a tlnn'i 
«n main m-m* fir*p'.#i # f i.l 
ha**nt**" w-'it It#* hnt air fur- 
b* * F>ill pri* nn la* #Q>LAA 
dn«o pa'ibanl aniy «OOUU 
nv# fi,'*h#r M'*ui,l*ri pl#aa# **11 
Mr Aaar 4 k$l4 ar *#«« 1 *4il 


$9900 


GILLESPIE. HART & CO 
LIMITED 

•11 Part Birrat k-ttll 

DONCASTER HEIGHTS 

A a#l'UBh*lf .■ '#d hnm# m #« 

##"# i 4 r»rd,-'n-> f#v I'.'ig t 

•nnm 1 badr'tna* n'lghi kit-h*n 
inrl’i'liDy itU rang* I'd mpi*#- '-'i 
aaiar '•"k bamnrnaa ba'h'nnm 

P-#:) i-aM,n*"U hf>, *ir ItiTf.* » 

<)•'•€' With Bicaiy !a 7-n*u 

prir. $7750 

CbU Ebm Park#r avai. l-llll 


THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 




NEWSTEAD'S 

YOU 

AND YOUR FAMILY 


DALBY & CO 


TOWN & COUNTRY 
HOMES LTD. 


GRANT & JENKINS 

Yo’i* Ln. *I R#i g*,a** *g#h> 
n* U'knd Hikn«k> Lk.'.f'''’t B 
Phnn# Off!'* k-H'l 
Ev*ningk l-lkd* nf k-Jkl* 


TEST YOUR TASTE 


1-0341 


Kara #ra th* tagraduhta • gnnd 
h,*m< plu* a »• Y k*A 

TTIRMl IR 111* *>'<* "F** iparaa 
at Od#dA4i Haad thu llttla **m 
hug* 4h# Mdl Fiaa ipanm** rnnm* 
PLim larg* Ullllfy fwmi FACK* 
AOED OIL h#*ilag unit ^a'l'l. 
fuUy tohdkrapad. favaai gargaa 
*llh r*«r pBita. 

CaU Mr* Amasdar. 1*10)4 


REVENUE 


$1500 DOWN 


LANSDOWNE SLOPE 

Urvair att-rnnm bungaidv aitb ftn* 
lfb#d b**#m#ni tad raepu* rnMP 
vnh fl'#pi*'* b#4ii*tf«l 1aadirap#d 
grmingt A hnma ami amiM pat bU'M 
lAday for Mva grta* * i C Qf^ 
aatad 0«lf ) I 0,7^U 

U’lR Tar«4 


URGENTLY WANTED 
FAIRFIELD DISTRICT 

A k.k-'0OiB nldir hnma a|,fi ba,#* 
m*ni th*> FtB ba par-'haaid ai'h 
M 4M d«*n and 14$ par mnnih 
Werk'llg raup * uUl'ni id dn anma 
f'*>''C Wn-old Ilka 4 gtrdvn 

C4': Ur Aga' 4-4ki4 ar l-kklg 
Praaipi attanorm 


WiD lam* thia at# f#*r.ntd bBAg,- 
•n« B>a fu*m* Ba ;ug* aiunan a«N 
Mia tpp rakiitat* •«* parch nat main 
riAn# All immarnlaialy flBtaKad aan 
d*rara(#d Tb# b*aam#n! raaDf a 
laarar twyr U *Rna:,y aalt ftnubad 
ar»d aitraniv* and c««(*m* a 
ahkrmihg faurth badra** and *#'- 
n»kara phimbing a glnrld-,* 

»*,ur* f*rd#n tcn'#d and amang 
Mb#' *'n# h#« bnma* a*'.* av#n 
• au'*« frank #1U eapir# and rln*# 
•n *.i *#rvira* -nni I* a r#*i n«v 
rtvng in )a« pfW* II Wk U n#*V4 

ILm $13,975 

Cafl Mr R* lay a' Vgltl ar 
Ev#a l-Mkl 


RU*rn#m» hn'U* 11 FklRFIE)^ Fu:l 
ha##nt'fl< ahd •>.■••' ('vmar* Thu 
unu'd '•m*,m, w ■ dandy DlfPLEX 
iiitm#d-«i# poB*#*tifva B7CAA 

F»K* oeiy _ — . #/OUU 


PARK LAWNS 
4086 OUADRA STREET 


ARTHUR 8 HAYNES 
LTD 


A CHARMING FAMILY 
HOME 

Of T •t**'*nit -mma *1*1# r<^iri» 
Off *•-,*»>• hti. M sn vp#n 

•<*trm«, Iha Iivi'f "mm »4O0 

-n# 4 ning ranm k»«|t a mnd###. 
taad litrn#'i aith >ttn»ti# •• Inur.g* 
apar# fhataiM *.# , apaclr*M 

hMrnnmi ten *a.« :n '!•«*•• and 
>n« haihmnm Th* tun 
ha* gnnd *>t ’i»**ing p|*»t « #n 

'Ml*, and i)wi«#r A d*ub* d# 
-•'nad gartga m gnad gaidm im 

Tvmt,;:.;:, a, $ 10,000 

AfkBr Bowra. r*a j o Utotn a* 


RETIRED 


SECLUDED 
SOOKE HOME 

Oh •'gh'. *"*• *4 plod '.*#d ftva 
' ••■•<( fit* ran* bvacaia* fuU 
**##«*■-' 4riva*ia garag# lii.Bg 
rnnp, U by <• i«« full**)*# ba’I- 
mama arg* »)ar,'-# klirh»it and 
,arg* aur. p*i*-b rhl'kgp bvuaa 14 
by il0 Pnm4*r 3k by *3 Mk#d tar 
fiaur *»•• tPb ••Mr •mall bu’id 
•#>#• 11 by 14 awd 13 by ik F«ii 


CRAIGFLOWER! 

5 ROOMS! 
ONLY $10,500 


QUICK SALE!'! 

OPEN SAT. AND SUN. 
2 TO 5 — 7 TO 9 


GRAB THIS ONE QUICK' 

Impraiad rapirai aadOgaga lyp* 

l'''ti-Mn anm *#ni'*h> nta -a !•'*# 
tiymg ronm. kiirham muh gining 
lira ihk- V I I ~4.i* 

Ottiii* rimm <hr»*.fiwa ba'hr-vom 
Oaraga OH rang* Md 'trmiMttng 
hati'ar tatluBad glMi dnvn R#- 

$6150 

*'#• Fat# l-Mna a* TJ|t 
MntUipaaaaiB eavurtlkaR IM Taw* 


$4000 


rPAinFUrWEII BOAO II M* CAAIt 
F“»# ruhm#d n«n|*.«v b**#<«p#H 

tu'na'# Nardvavd Obth* th 4 ta-ng 
and iKtitt r«»ga# High l 0 #dli 4 B a« 
b-ii la# i*fi mtpu'a* M *i<y ##«|,*# 

im* „$6950 

FUaa# lit fur W. Jimm. I'BaM fn** 
t-Bllli 1 BI Fm ilr*P 4 B-IBM 


ti'#;>#n’ lnr*i''m mrn«* ta* pna 
«l*« F#a' dP'Kia'g I'd ahnppiB# 
r#ntr* Oh# «un#r prnpauj 1 
rvndt* 4-0*#'* ha’k '*n«fi«i k t> 
• .#w v.ndnv *4ur«P tIBWh 
T*»»» 4k| ,-#.* I B70AA 

IMU-*'#" Fv,/# 3/ZVAJ 

T#*** 

tMd BY ALL er . MQinUALT 


7%i* iiMPP bufttalw I* a rtoaa 
«#«4Hin« Ihrwagnmii Bitra bad* 
yg*a a r«R ramant b*aa#M 
MM*kir haptat CImp 'p aahppu 
laditapprtptihA pp« aBaMPag * 

C kpri baagplnv tor thp mppU 

IIIT 

Cmg MTP. AUiMBais 0-MM 


NEWSTEAD 
REALTY LTD 

Igg PMT VT. 



SHM4«)r, II, IfSS 
67~HCH sns FOK SM.K~^ 


BOORMAN'S 

OAK BAY— north 


automatic; ou. heat » lakui 

nOOMM IMMACUtJttE ‘4EW WIK- 
1X0 PLUUBtNQ. rrr aU'ARAT* 
OARAOB U)W TAXB> 

PRICX. «rTH TERMa 

a-«n CornuA. **»> I 


S8500 


NEAR CARNARVON 
PARK 

7 YEARS OLD 

w«l| cAOMruiMd lt«'-r»nai 

>P' 

•11 CMn< arr a|»a looa Tuil lia**- 
m^et viih Roiair fartia'* aoa 
di-T<>ie ••'•(# Wall l•ratMt sr«i>- 
^7^t *ict> twirnAi) aardccM Mirt- 

• rata laaci Raaianabir COCAA 

pfiraa •Kh Urmi JtJVU 

C. J Harrto^tofi atra J-kM* 

SAANICH 
3 BEDROOMS 
1 »/? YEARS OLD 
AUTOMATIC HEATING 

A Bkaif alannad Hoaaa- 

Ina basAr la liaoiparta^MNi and 
a<hoel and «''>m taj.inj a', a v*r; 
raaiodab;a pt-.r* rnjta Kiia 

• ith Rowan <tla (irptitarr 1 |0 «mI 
b«li«w>na Aina’ia tniiri alrrtnc 
fei'.-haa Pail bitb dayUabt ba>'> 
maol Dr<<ra>in a«’aT> Lai MUM 
Oond aarVcaia a*aiiabla 
Tr.na P'lri- or, » 


\ B7 HOI SKS FOR SAI.K 


BROWN BROS. 

AUtXCtCl LTD 
iiti BLAxaHAJtD rmirr 
puoxea Mill • a-mi 

OAK BAY JUNCTION 
H.GH LOCATION 

U'ldara liva->rar-<].d bunaa ’/• la- 
.ai»A >B bt|b iraad tAnda^aMd 
• •»a ai;h la»*lr aaaludad fa'drti 
AtiTacuvt Rian iMliadaa alactrla 
rabiiifi lilchaa «iU> a'tacJMd dUi- 
ina ipacf and toad v^aa Rt>*- 
waoi aun driffin aarait. au"i> 
wa< e all bai-alr hrstfna Cloar 't 
alorat bva atihlai dit'anct la 


$9950 

II Harm ai'a . T ita* 


$1900 DOWN $1900 
N H A OIL heating 
TWO SOLD! ONE TO GO 
5«o NHA MORTGAGE 
AVAILABLE 

Tbla Harar '• na« andar ranalr't'* 
t im and will aa aaaip:*‘.aA iii « > 
pionnaUIr ni a tn- n” ll>rr a 
a rav allractKa t nro- 

JtOOtU.OAX rUtOUM THROUUH- 
CiUT on-n-MA’l'’ IIE*f • fW 
P’TRDmaiow ITT.L pARTirn. 
t.ARa OM RPQtTtrr t>oN t .m- 

lAT ACT OUlCKLT OX THiR 

OXL? $ I I 300 

R HarTi'a t*»« I ?tM 

hot-water heating 

5 SPACIOUS ROOMS 

A raal im in a at'i'ita la’iina 
Ama:U*a S-raom bunitloa vn 
apamt ant landwapad * * ' 

l«»aa af f.iaari ariiamantal 
anruba ard (r'l.*. tratt Bull' li 

r nara •«« a« *raa«ap «*a«* «aara. 

t‘>ng tj( iha br>l 041*0 Malic ’ r • 
• alar haalini fail blgli baaamrM. 
a>'a<r Par’ia; aaa «la« •■rtb 

F'rJf '• ipar ib( 

Cinod larma 

T amiib. a«a< a>TUI 


$14,950 


Boormon Investment 
Co. Ltd. 


Ill Vi>« tt'aat 


t :iJ« 


Town & Country 
Homes Ltd. 


It!) QUADRA 


fHONt J.7J1I 


WALKING DISTANCE 

Fnur raoma Iwti baacniant ihraa 
>»•'* aid. drltt-ta laraaa Twll 

:;'Z .arm. $8500 

Kan liu'taoai 1-I5M 

ATKINS ROAD 
LANGFORD 

Fmir fQAdi hunialo*. Do you «anl 
a largt Int plua cbUkaa hauaa, ga* 
raa* ouib abob and (luii traaal 

r;, $65oo 

Cat) Mr Cbrlaianito. J-Uia aartlnia 

7-YEAR-OLD 
BUNGALOW AND 
2-ROOM SELF- 
CONTAINED SUITE 

Fira-iooa buaaainia ouh larga. 
• >(»] fami'T dniiig ro"** titmg 
rnnm «nb lirapiira ton ••in.itaad 
badrowna, full barrmant ail baai 
driva*in atra^a #-'<t i p<i'.''d 
rnnf rinaa «a a'bnni' and I'ant. 

$11,500 

Cantart Ha'ald Wa'a at>i )-lt«l 

MARIGOLD 

Faur ronma and bath tniH |raa« 
Tatra 111 Full p'kc ^ a c a/\ 
Ifoed tacaui 

Kan aiurgmn, I-TTfA ar t-l&M 

FLASH 

FIVE-ROOM HOME 
FULL PRICE $3000 

Claan — dacaraiad — good bigb .ot 
Unrtar • tbnuaand (nflM|af« Oo >d 
far amall tamkt nr far fnrctlwnnl 
Hu talaobcna informtiaa gi.a* ca 
locatiob. 

Flaaaa caniart If Fatretl. 
f-rm nr J.MT4 

HIGH QUADRA 
SECLUSION AND TREES 

Fiaa-mooi >iurc« bunaal'.o in a 
baaudful tatUng. lot TJtUO Ut'-ig 
ronw. dinint roum kiuban anti i»a 
fea«irixiaia. baiam.itt and dr>>* in 

garaga Iniulai'd 8anr*a am- 

J"n't.-a $9450 

Caouri Haiald Ha<a arra J laai 


MONTREAL TRUST CO. 

nil Ootcrnmani atraat 

EXCLUSIVE LISTING 
1217 Clovelly Terroce 

1 Ira lo good haallb gnd bgppinrw 
higb oai Cld««Uy Ittfg'* la a 
lotaly Lbran aodraaoi bntna aur> 
roundad br baguiifni taMana. riab 
Fonda a iina a«UB«int pnol aad 
•n aaraltani *»» Tb'i buma tam* 
lama a larga livti.g room •.(h oak 
iincira and firrpiara a gurat tiia 
dining roam «ub Mb flonra a 
aupar biltban «iih leu of cup- 
boardi and rmiictrr apara. a baau- 
tilui fl*a*PMca iMiPiMin <»#para>a 
ahnoari ihraa fina badrn'ma *nh 
larga rloacia and bfoadloom ilunrt 

• ihteugb ball Iron a'luanra iiall 
bath IS broaditwtn ptrpaiad itajra 
to parfariit daauaad and aaaati. 
fuMr llnitnrd i^at-arni »,>n a nt- 
rarauta bar Tba bauia la haatad 
br all riitd fi'trad bo'. a>r loar* 
U a driva-in aaraca and an add)- 
tmnal garaaa and onrkalvip aaa* 

• rau from (hr hnu«a Thu la Ma 
aC tba tinaai iiama* •' iiara Iran 
and •• racomaMpd yn«r loa»a<-> 
tM»n ITMQ rath *111 Mndla 'ina 
•*nar labaa a haa>r ii'ta ai (ha 

m""'" $18,900 

ALSO AN EXCLUSIVE 
LISTING 

2360 Ook Bov Avenue, 
Ook Bov 

Wa art plaaaad la comdMnd (a tm 
ibia oitpanira b««ta raBaatnanilr 
lor a lad ia baa *<booi aaj iboppma 
Tha haaga rantaiaa l«b larta bad* 
faaa t a aa iba main Daor «iih aa 
•ddiilana] badrann in (ha ground* 
latal baaawaai TTia aitraruat 'it* 
Ing r iBM baa • datunad 

firaplae^ a ntad gallintt god bak 
flaara. rba giiaat dio«« r«nM hat 
a bap «H»d*« vbwb adda la tu 
canranlaraa and appaaranM Tba 
bticban la aaviv daaaraiad and bu 
|Ma af MPbaardi and caunlar 
ppara n* f*ar-wara baihraow haa 
FamhMha tub and turaiiMt fit* 
lurta A fall runrrvia baaamani 
• itb bat air famar# and haa atit 
dirari la garda a *hirb art *'tgu- 
lifnllr doaJanad an,* «a>ntainad 
and hatwa a aa*d ffraaahau«a T^a 
•apargla garMt la rtaao in tba 
hnuaa and aaa* la mtar *Hh tba 
larvaat rar T*w» taaa * go *t*"g 
«llb Ihtg prr'Mrl* Oro4 (arn»a af 
finaaaa gtailaAto FbU »<irrha*a 


Hurry far ib.< aaitUnt buy Tbit 
haata ii ptictd l« aall 
qui'kiy ai 

Pltatr gtk far Mr Lavaap. 
a>a( l*»m day I'llbJ 


$9950 


$14,900 


SPECIAL 
QUADRA AREA 
Very Attroclive Buy 

Htra tg aaa nl Iha (ROit aurg>i]va 
fuur-ro«a cutca buDgaloat I ba*a 
aatn lar tama lima All rooaa ara 
iparioua Vt't goad ggrdan Fart 
bai'inai.' T'bu Uniaa u only 15 
•rtara Old and In tmmarulata ran* 
dMIon ibi-rugbaui Hurry far itua 
ana Aak.i I p'.ca. *Ub tfjtOCn 
ai a Ian* ‘arm* JO p Jv 

Fi*Mt a«a far Ur Laa <ia 
Art* 2-b:7>. Day 3 UIJ 

FOUL BAY— GONZALES 
Brood New Bunqolow 

Arl.tUe fl»a*raa« nurcu bui.aa.n* 

• I'.h full bartmtn' driva in garaga 
u{: ar «ood ana taal furna > a« 
dr<lrrd Brady fnr arrupai, > irr 

•p,r 1 $10,600 

Ur rtik Mill aval M»ll 

JAMES BAY 

Rl' i»'«d 'Wi Quanai a'raat «»«* Par. 
I'amani Buiidint* » .tnr.ta t ; . . ti 
bunct.',* O' oa*a<nta> Liv.ng 
ronm ItiTfl *i*r) firrp.a-a In tp>»n 
dia rendiMnn thraugnmiL StMrata 

• a'aga and g mM gatiiaB •''' r;ktd 
r^gn. uuh..«c 

Ur Hill Mill oaa 1-fMS 

SOMETHING 
EXCEPTIONAL 
iH THA atirr fart of 
ESQUIMALT 

Oiilt a< 'a in a graa'. *bi.t gr* v* 

ptMiitgrd la a pcoprrti af .r>.t 
ra.-bra Th.» una-awntr ft-m* 
gg« bull! lb Ttari ggg bt a m*t'ar 
(igftamgn U11. g I 'U cla,- m\-i gi 
gnd !• g< gi-.-f nirgr u 'ba -a ;i 

• Du. ’ ; I'-i td an »rrt • ? 

Iinoxapad icaun.lt g than iiia'tprt 
fr< ni (h« btgch Tbit litt-; >»oi 
apMiaut bMBt ha> all tba nndtra 
l*a’ .:♦* and bg* ’.ba flOa»i hag' ng 

E lai I iBDaat tan buy OU*0-Ugi e 
>1 agitr Full bigb batamani *i'b 
dri«a.|n garagt <NAVAI PTR- 
hOXHU. OR DOCKtARO iM- 

pi orrca bar thiii dkfora nur- 
INO OR Rtni.niRCl iMnoO coi>i*o 
h>rr RepPIJirB rr • 0*.,rr laa.. 
mg (I'.i auti tgcrlfira at in* 
la* piicr 
of 

Mr Claun' ar Ur Clarka. 
ara« I I40T 

T«n n'hara la mil tama a'aa aaa 
ai t» IM and aat at flO.SM 

OAK BAY SOUTH 
Rooch Type Bunqolow 
No Steps 

Thu 1’,.ttar**ld bwngglav *b 4 
b-aullf'illr b'tiU by unr i>( aur u- . 
'>nirgrl*r* and l« italicndiiMy 
* ''»at*d M Itrta land.cgpaii int 
•a.y ta ka>F Fatiir iigrly tui'ad 'u 
la’iratl laupla (!«•» i« bii* tU,!', 
atr Hatlatl by Oll.O'U*'t< a ,* 
rni.dnionad ha«t and «r.:i *« * 
f.na (tgt.irr* w,* anaiarou, in man* 

1 'n% tf.in bt » *n I'j ht apprad- 

u'ri j.'T/.r.r $11,800 

Mr QauBi a* Mr Clarka 

avt« f.)t5T 

FULL PRICE, $3900 

Th;t !• not a manalon but It rtaac 
ha«a .)( gaod raaaai ii t* Uiiulaiad 
I' li Murra. haa a Ouraid 'Mt gad 
a gaod fauBdatian Lar a ltd oe a 
vary nira garMan Ml riaaa in niv, 
bit* and arhCMl If yM ara laob.nt 
for a rtmlal uBib ar a tov-priran 
boma ta raiaa your rtuldran thia 
rannat ba baal ll.doa handiaa 

$3900 

Ur Oauat ar Mr Clarka 
a»rt 5 1407 


WESTERN 

♦mM»a LTD 

111 TATra Tntnrr 

10 LARGE ROOMS 
OAK BAY 

0*a» 5 4aii *a ft f a pm »ri m»* 
large nidtr rypt (•a.tinry hnm* 
Vera •iiHahlt far rnaaprtlnn to 
lutt** Finparly la na* tacant aid 
lm-a(*d nn a la g# Iraad liK fa 
•tna an a*(aU U It e I A OAA 
bflni nitoftti ai SlU.VUU 

Mr K>tni or U* Orran a-Jilf 
C«g* t-Ittl. 5-I7S5 

$425 DOWN 

FI Ua A LOT OF TOUR CKOICI 

NHA 

Wby Bbt build ydbr na« boma* Wa 
can nlfar • *«. r't . .:*.m 

— t«a ar (br*a htdraaiBt -Btih at 
vlibaut baaamtBU. gr at viU qu«ta 
a prka OB rnur n«n pitn R H A • 
apprnatd c*BUB«mra aaatlib'a. 
Baa# tuna and mntiay bt having 
atarnhitig arrahgad Ihro igh i na 
Bffka Call IB and laik t4 -narr 
tafotmarinn gladly gi-rn 2-III7. 
t»a« |.«lll ar •-S'M 

HIGH QUADRA 

1075 SAN MARINO 
DRIVE 

A neautlful rta raa' nM tiura* bug. 
ga’iD tt'iitiM on a half-arra -ot 
a'* r>n|ii all naa hnmr« and r'l. 
truing naar I 105 tg ft f'nnr ar ' . 
Tha atiiranrg ligU ta vary «i1a 
*.th Franrh itrarri Ig apgriaua I- 
«niBad UyUif rgum *ith npan brick 
firaplaga and tua«(-«lgad dihing 
mom lad t*ltt-rlrarl b'driMim* 
fnur.oiara Pamr>r»ka baihroaia >'4- 
tra larga eaMitai kitfbah aim 
braabfaai nngb tha atlllty raam n 
nn ma main rio*.' Tbara tra a>to 
dmklo danra iMding tr*m (ha din* 
ing rMm in a brirbad-ie paiia a^iil 
high famani baaamar\t with hat. air 
ro'<r*4 haat larga romput ranm *i’ii 
gpait ftraplara (an aiira t.t'r 
and thraa-iiarg baihracmt Tha rar- 
parl la atiachad anA bat a fa, r—d 
In •(■n dart Frtiiii landtpapad «*‘h 
ntra la«nt thriiba and Mk tract 
T'lara ara many olHar faaturM n-H 

$15,900 

Fn’ appninimpM tn «ia* a«%a 
rt'l l«’*rwttn Thnr'bcr Jtrk M'M'a. 
Inn J.JUf g»ti g HM j lan 
• Drift by but An net dlitura naBtn 


25 minutes 
ON HIGHWAY 
FROM VICTORIA 
NEAR WATERFRONT 

R •llH’aniirvetgd homa, av»r>Mking 
tba Oulf btanda Llamg rnnn *ilb 
flraplaga thraa badraeaii full ba«a- 
g»an(. furnara Oaar l*arra lat 
rargfuQy landtrapad thruba. lavaa. 
yartatT af bulW. cafMabla gardrn 

;:rprkr:.r, $10,500 

NORTH SAANICH 

Near Fa« Bar Airport II gag DOWT 
gas MONTHLT T*n-badrrmiB bama. 
1*0 laia an *a<*rfrani drt«t X«* 
garaga ana pumpbouM eCKCA 
FuU pripg wtlf .. ^ J30DU 

Far ibaaa asd Mapy atrwr fta* ligl* 
mag Bontagt 9 Rabartg 
aiaavy. B C Fbgaa IM ar 


jITk 


RANCH-STYLE 

BUNGALOW 

Fmar raaini ahaka aldlBg miacbad 

•p:;r.t*“^.!*r_ S7850 


P Mb Ca«h eii rarwu. thr 
f »nn a Oil*0*Matla baai fmaiad iia 
pMtaaaalgai 

Frtca 


$10,500 


$13,900 


Fata* . 

A. A. CNAUVIM iTraai Otl.car> 
MiiB-vm. j*tAn 


RALPH H WILSON 

Ut Tarrg* Rldg i-MiS 

tMB4 Mg. toaU. A-M5B 



•UlISlTlMtf 


59 FBOPERTT FOB RAI.R 


Veteran 


*CCAA * fevr-rimn bungalo* 
JDDUU IB ritr e.Ma u Oak 
fity All iBtuiaifd na* mppai 
plglng na*:* dagoratad inrida vlth 

•niy tl M5 d**a aad aaay aMibly 

paymcBta 


r*raar Cadar BUI Craaaraad aad 
Cumbarlaad Bt Tab* your (baka 
aa largor thaa aaarafa lata aama 
iraod Dltaouac f*r caMi FrMtd 
fraw gaga la iFfa pMt <hraa atvra 
at ;uat *Mr tba ll.ggg Larpt 
dctenpiiva tigs at caraar tf you 
• ith ta nrl*a mat yaaracU Far 
furthor parWutara call Mr Wm 4I 
g-tUi •ayiUBt. J B Whiitoma B 


OWN YOUR OWN 
ISLAND 

tBloy tba aocluaiM and gagor* 
paatad baaaty oftarod by aay af 
tbata aaaaly aacatalbla uUada. with* 
ta 3# milaa af Victoria ta tba Oulf 
Ulapda groap 

lag acral Many baacboa IM Dig 
U acrea; Baarhat and aa* 

rharaga t.lOB 

tSacratiVary lovaiy hama- 

alU ti.gog 

g acrag; Lovely boarh. Only g.OPg 
35 airoa; Wharf aad lag cot- 
... ‘nf*. coacrala vault 35. ggg 

ggg aaraar Rami • davolopad ^ 

aa* bulldiaga ■ 35 ggg 
Ftatrc raff BcB Liat aval . 3-ggg5, 
J M Cbotmaa, avvt , 3*4133 


engineer 

Honored 


Job Prospects 
Good in West 


$6500 


ACRIAUK ARD LOTS 
TataRiBt abotii algbl acr*a claartd 
aad fancad wlibinaaB lUad Ka- 
caUani heavy tcdl aad aerfaet tor 
tba peraoa «bo *o«U Uka a amall 
form and oho «»utd build bamaa 
OB Iba adloining Iota, biuai lali la 
OBV paragi Caty larai to roeom- 
mandad purebaaav FuU prtco 
55 ggg Mr Sotitb. jobBMBB a. 
3-53U. avra . S-4AU. 


A member of the AModation 
of Profi'hsloiial lilnglneera of 
R C since its institution in lfU(\ 
f' P HevwooJ. P, Kng.. Bt'LS. 
of Vli'ioria. has been matie a 
life member of the ori:ani7atlon. 

Born tn Dorrheaier. E^gUnd. 


Lloyd's Reel Estote ond 
Insuronce 
115 couBTTtrr rrascT 

FhOBt 4-MM ar 3*3153 


Western Canada ha.s its best prospect.s since the uar 
rndtHl for large-scale employment this winter. Canadian 
Laborers' Union chief Carl ‘ ~ 

TLC locals meeting this vueek 


Berg said yesterday 


Ip an etrr,.ta( iBraUae a Tudar 


Pembert. 


I came to Canada 


JuibidU'tional ereas for some 
malnUnfl locals recently coivsoll- 
dated. Br. Berg said hht optim- 
ism was based on Jobs now 
being done and more about to 
start. 

Despite this he Is not happy 
about wage structures on the 
pralrie.s and Ontario, where tt 
is hoped to raise standards to 
those in B.C. 

He cited Si. 65 an hour rate in 
Vlftoria as a "good scale.” 

Also a TLr* vice-president, Mr. 
Berg .said the cost nf living is 
still TLslng. not as sliarply as 
some >ears ago. and it will be 
a "big Job to bring some m ales 
up for a decent standard of 
living." 

He noted a Medicine Hat pre- 
vailing rale of SI. 10. W indsor Is 
the only eastern city with a rale 
simitar to Victorta’a. 

The laborers' union spokes- 
mun also is unhappy with the 
(?t'L Steelworkers' Inlon at 
Killmai, where he claims that 
union Is raiding TLC unions 
dr.splie the C(*L-TLC merger 
and no raiding agreement. 

The CCL union is u.slng lech- 
niralUles -^ne that Kltlmat is 
exempt from the anil-raiding 
agreement that are not recog- 
nized by the TLC. 

The raiding was being done 
dc«pHe TLC control of the 
iaburers' union by virtue of a 


a goBb itaa Alntna raam, 
modrra cabliiat titrbta •IvaP far 
rant*, faur bntrpi<m« t«a Imlta- 
r«onii. bktcmanl. ptnaltad rvmpua 
ra*m «.’b mtra plumbint and Ml 

$16,500 


Monday 


MAMOKD FUU. INPORManOH 
FR'TM HKRB RODOeOH t-ttgl OR 
5*3114 DAT OR MOirr HAJtBY 

fcmtbm ltd _ 

VAlXkTVliw~iuBOIT18tON 
DaufMa and McK«OAM Avaava. 
Only thraa <l*al<a ballding lota 
laft NHA appvBvtd Fru* tiM 
Pur full parUrutar* plaaM contart 
Mr MrUllan 4-7IM daya 4-5131 
aval Itland lnve*m4Bt Ca Ud 

4'.~AnU^oT6"o6DVARjiri^ 

plai faur-rvM»m Iui4ia* «itb m'KtavB 
piumbtBt. alM «ark*bop auitabla 
lor imall houav TaiM OBlr 145. 
fra:! prka 54 500 51.555 da*a. 

Fiioaa Kaailnt 41T 

M~ CBOl'cS BCILDIMO LOTS. 1 TO 
455 yard* from uatM*Caaa«a bi|n* 
«av. Tbaiu Taka* Park arta AUa 
a 4M 44 It fraaM hnaaa far tala. 
mnnUiiy (arau avallaal* *a la'a 
Fhena awiiar 5 5015 ar call at 35A5 
MklUtrvtm Itaad . 

UOVB~TO OABRIOLA tSLAKO— 
Mild *:nt*r. na (»g *oodad *a'rt- 
liBDl ptop«ny. lavaly via* Pra- 
4urnt lairiai KanaiaM. VaBrnuvar 
Dailv mail. Bacirirlty Ft»on* 
1-3515. 


electricians. masierA^*^ from McGill umvi-iMiy in 
plasterers, moulders, Tuesday 

-nc. ba.: h. 

er> salesmen, prujeciionisis. | began his career as an engineer 
grating engineers, machenls's. with Canadian Pacific Rail- 
Tl^rsday. Ways and In 1911 made pro- 

The CCL labor council meets 'limlnary surveys and plans for 
Wednesilay. a drydock at KsquimoJl. 


Howrovd Subdivision 

OarBar af Movuattr and SbalboarBa 
BKAOTlFrt LKVXL LOTS 
01153 

$750 

KXCTOSIVS AOEHTB 

F. N CABELDU LTD. 

1311 BROAD ST 3-T114 


JOHN GREENWOOD 

1341 Btaad B> 

1541 e>a( 1-31)4 


60 PEOPEKTY WANTED 


6711 APARTMENTS 
POK SALE 


FOR SALB - THREI ONE-ACRB 
lou. 115 faot fronut* Ci:y l.im 
and *ai*r. BtautlfuJ vu*. Reaal 
Oak dtttricl. 11.355 aacii. Fhaaa 
3-int 


THE CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT OF SAANICH 

MUNICIPAL VOTERS’ LIST 


Co-ooerofive ADortments 

17 luturv tultaa Oak Bay Wairr 
fran* Bavaiar aa>imiaaa Prlrad 
from 15 554 M 111 005 Apply Bai 
471 VkUltiB Frail 


WAHTTO TO FURCHASa SMAI.L 
loi Oak Bay. Nortb or Saanirb 
Sat* af flkvalbaurTH Bot 545, 
VkiOTla Fraw 


HtuMhaldrra. turrOM, bnidtt* and B{Ktu4*i af o*n«ra o( laadt ar land 
and improvcncoia wiuuu tba Huoiripalttv. »ba *1411 la hak« ttiair 
nania* Milaraa oa tu$ fiaanbb Munkipal Voiari U*i tar I55b 55. bi<w 4 
HI# (ba «ac*«iara AMlaraiiaa »r n<tD(tmraUu,i «itb tbr M<mJrlpal Clark. 
MuBklpal Hali RayBl Oak. iMt laitr tlian Mundav, Ortobar Slat. 1555. 
AUbouaU Road aad Tai 8)->a«* nf tlii* Munklpali'v bav* na* 
ba«n rapaalad asd asilaadon of tbaaa (a\at bat bran aboiuBod. Hnuaa- 
bnldtrt «haaa naoiaa anpaaiod bo latl r*tr « tut •HI NOT auUiffiaitcnUy 
ba placad upon ibt ruriant Nuiart I iJi hi.r mutt pay (>>t turn at 
53 Od far tht u»a a>f Iha Muniilpalliy ai.d flit iiia ar^tttary ciaclataUoa. 
If OBt aaa noi tUad la 1554 


M WANTED TO BLV 
IIUl'SES 


WART TO B1TT LOT TO BUILD 
a 'hjrrh or bay cburcb. 3*3551 


lAROK tXrr. 13k355. TKnR 
Cbatra lacatioa 3*3043 


LOT WAITTID W FAIRFIBD. 
55 frat ar wtdrr Fbon* 4-4341. 


CHOlCf UTTB AT IdOUKT TOT.- 
mif Rirbmoad Hoad. 51. Md asd 
up Call Arm* PhlUpaan at 3.5534. 
and ir« Ibam ibtt •ark-aad 
oiLi.BBHi Hart k i i 4.ru 

51 1 Fnvt etraat 4-Ull 


6t ACREAGE FOR SALE 


Lirmia-baldart «haM namn appraravt an latl yaart lui and «lm bsvi 
pail ib« ruriant lag: t Liranttt *U1 aniutuaUi ali> br plaiad upam th, 
Curran, Vg a,*' Uii •.;h . .i n.at.i.f aay furibar dacarailon. it « 
daclaratton «aa madt lu 1554 


5 ACRBS FOR SALS 

tbit in Ul baaltb Souiham tlnpi. 
bla'k Inim i*a acia tati far vat* 
arari invldu 5*mila cirrla Apply 
Ha tor Rd . off laUrurpaa Rd. at 
ertanbouM. 


Bpcnata •bn*« Bamtt appatrad on Itf. vttr't b>t may baia (hair namaa 
pla.-«d aa ifi4 r..rraa’ Uti by ai’hcr maklnf a fiirirtar dacUraiian *r 
murrunt (a (bo Mualiinal Clark a rr>anro>ai.na nf 4utlUuauaB at 
(•ntaiDvd la Form 5 anleb I5 ma.'ad ia M<h tuch tpouta dartat 
MrptaniMr. 

narltraima forma may br aMatnad and rampUiod fro# of rharto at tba 
Municipal Rail. Itoval Oak. ar ai a ibar of li a to.la*ia| afn>aa 

H LUbaby ar L. Ncalandt eil Vira eirtal 
F B Htath. 415 YaWt SUaat 

ROTV Any parioa *ha U a>a« 50 xaan of tya or aha U a member af 
(ha Amad Rgrcn or •tia hat paid iha tutrani itar • Road Ta* 
In arfy o'.har Munlrlpaliijr, u tkcmpi Irani iim 13 00 baimoBt but 
Blurt fi:a tba ortlaratiaa 


4 . ACRKR ALL CLSARfD. MO 
tlumpt, my «aitr. ample for Irrl* 
cattea rifallaBl eeU blab «lia 
touUkcrly tlupa adjacent to Ravai 
Oak Rith School and Pat Raa 
HlAbway Tataa. 154 Frier. 54 5«0. 
O Ha’dar. Stdnry. trkpbonc did* 
acv 135 


47 Acres Cleored Lond 
4’^2.milc circle $16,600 

a:*i Pafc, 4-5054 or 3 7335 
Mertbvcttcra Sccarm*i 431 Tatae 


OOfUX>N HKAO 


s.ta iim’ioC CTaia la bui and 

t’ rag 

Sian Htltnd Of FlnanrlBl B'irtar 
I’d 4-530$. Roe t-MII 


JOHN B TRIBI. 

Clerk of Tite Cur{n.(eiloa af iba INtlnr'l of Baanirb. 


65 A< KEAGK WANTED 


two year contract recently 


A( RCAOB SUrrABLK FOR VIA. 
• .lb or vlihewl maden bear But 
515. Victoria FifM. 


Signed with Aluminum Com 
pany of Canada. 


Registered Industrial and 
Cost Accountants 

LECTURE AND CORRESPONDENCE 
COURSES 

Kvening future Counrs it Victoria College 
Will C'oniinence October S 

Accounting 1; Business MaihematJcs^ Accounting 1 
Ttiese courses are the first three leading to the K.I A. 
degree. The following four ran be taken by rorre* 
spondence through the facilities of the University of 
British Columbia. 

Fundamentals of Cost AcTcountlng; Advanced Coat 
Accounting; Industrial ami Baulness LegisUUon; In- 
dustrial Organization and Management. 

Tlirse courses are designed for the training nf the 
ambllloua Business Executive by a National Organi- 
zation incorporated in every province in Canada. 

KEEP UP WITH THE INDH?TRTAL EXPANSION 
OF BRlTISvH COLUMBIA by becoming a specialist In 
Cost and Industrial Accounting. Affiliate with an 
organization which ha.s National courses. National 
examinations. Nati onal certificates and National recog- 
nltion. INDUSTRIAL AND COST ACCOUNTING 
keeps you abreast of Industrial Development 

For lllerature outlining membership and cour.se regis- 
tration write: 

MR. F. 4. LEA-KK. Seerptary. 

P.O. Box MU. VlctkirU, R.C. 
or Phone 24607. 

PI BUr MEETING: (ome and Hear nifton R. Dak-ta. 
R.I.Ah < oRt C'nnsiiitant 
*Troflts Through ( ompeil(i\e Produrtlon” 

Tha R I A. courses of study will also be discussed. 
EMPRESS HOTEL. PBINC E.SS IX)l'IAB BOOM 
Friday, September 23, at 9 pjiL 


64 FARMS FOR SALE 


Members of the liospiial Em- 
ployoe.i* Federal Union (TLC' at 
hu.spi(al.s in Duncan. Ladysmith. 
Nanaimo. Campbell River and 
Port Albcrnl are e\pei.led to be 
alfei'ted by roniract demands 
being formulated by the Van- 
couver general hosptlal employ- 
ee*!. 

Demands made there are ex- 
pected to establish a paticm 
throughout the province, with 
talks slated to begin with hos- 
pital boards next month. 

Victoria hn.xplials are not af- 
fected. 


A Met FARM OP 15 ACRK8 ALL 
la pavtMve. cloaa to cllj boofabi* 
of lit* rooBiA, Uvtoc room and 
mvplara. (*» bedroorai rabieM 
k.’rhen dineue. full (MMawai. 
rurnav* Rev bava for 3d head. 
Dairy turkey oeai and ahatp •b»d 
Frlrod at IIJ.5O0 OB tarma 0*n*r 
*ould cgaalder beu*e a* part 
•avtn*n( Coatact Barry aavtU*. 
Jobnaiaa x 3-5143 ei 1*53*1 

8*V SN ~AfSlEt^ of” ZZC lLLWr 
land rkared. IW arrra alrsabav 
rk* »iih lorrly fear-rvom afirra 
buktaiB* only tbrre ytari eld. full? 
laeii'aird aoQd dlitrlct Frl,rd 
ri(h< 51.5dd. vllhmil akiapmtnt 
55 504, (DelBdJnj a4uipa*flt ftaoif 
(arm* F O William* of Flfltorial 
Burv** Ltd. 4.53M r*« 4-1451 


CBOKRT 

W* ha** buv*M *Bn(ln« 

bw'<r«i"*' •><'■ or • -na 

fTvrnt* 17 005 la 44 VW| 
nr itauiiain S W And* 
Finatiiial Suivcv Ltd *-0; 


TKRU'lKVKL VIKW LOT6. HIOM 
Oerbaa t1ra4 RvamaBhli Ca*h rt 
iirmi Owner 1*15(4 


RmRfD COUPI. f B 
ateut iDMni nna or i*n- 
heme fuliv nodrin t**!u 
wMn (4 mil** af Vk«"*l* 

11045 Ho ecrnii Bat H 

1.--* pr»«» 


OAK SAT CORRKR UZ». S»*'>l. 
tonod lor aper’mrni- Fl)--^* *•**- 
day* after IJd pm 3*54d5 

TWO BUlLOtXO LOTS. COR14BR 
M*>**l)i bad Mawlhavn*. »db0 *a«a 
•V 41.155 fer baih _ _ 

ctnTR*iniirLOT. nkw auaoi- 

tuina I5M Kes 8Uiraaan. T»*n 
fh CewBtvv Ham**. 1-1311 af 1-1555. 


UROSIfTLY HfROXO FOUR OR 
fiT* rnnm atd*r IVDt h orn* *Hh 
BatpfDMil end cerar* 54 544-1* 505 
f*»h a, an r«,ml-h »>•» 3-5575 

Baanatn ln***ln*»yi Co Ltd. 

Vi»* Rtr**t 3*1134 

WF IIAVS A LAHOK kVMBXR OF 
b ■••r* fn* bom- I. *li ')*** end 
nn«,« •eai* ,nh tar>» 

If -aa *>*»« le '-*'1 pi»*-* 1*' 
((■•r '.■.‘I* I'*' n- t R.*i***ar 

111$ 1 anekv * '541 

.aki*ii Mnn»-RV n"M,iAi.ow. 

er *'« *•'- *n ■ 

• *'( e***'**rt*r* *"4 tB«*« 

r,,,( o«n*i« aaiv Bet 

<444 V»<ot a Pro* 


CORDOVA B*T LOT H *l» . 
(kiaa la rrbaal aad bea>-tk. 1544 
Pboae 5-3315 

OAK BAV sotmi-urr btro rr 

Aaplv ($5 VWtgria Ava 
ACRlAllX, BATKRFROKT FWJNS 

I 3535 


LET'S GO FARMING 

35 a<r*(. meally boab. vlth feur- 
room hOBte «i»leli*n houae and 
■oed wan Vlth aktirk ptunp Ihta 
piatkrty la iaratad Jan eft Iht 
read te Metcboala aad ra«M be 
d*v*»p*d lata e |uod FDOCA 
farm Caah prlre 
Alaa 

5*arra fruit aad paullvy farm *)ib 
toed tva-bedroaa haiae •ell u* 
rated In BaoBleb eaty 15 nilki 

Vtilt'hair reab $ 1 1 .000 

Bvpt C Munre. 3-1155 
PRASKR BtBCO*. 515 YelM l-t*!! 


A reminder frum Tom Nut»* 
of Ihe ITliiting Pressmen’* 
t nion iAKL-TLO tliat their 
are fewer than lOU shopping 
days until Christmas was his 
introduction of resulLv in a 
union survey about the greeting 
card industry. 

The B.C. representative of the 
pressmen. Mr. Nute said that 
in a Ui$. survey hia union 
found that only 5 per cent nf 
plants producing greeting caids 
are organized to an extent quali- 
fying them to the union label of 
the Allied Printing Trades 
CnunciJ. 

To help spur union organiza 
lion in plants not quallfiei for 
the label the pressmen have re- 
quested other unions to seek 
Informatiun from them and to 
reffuest retailers to slock union- 
made cards. Mr. Nute said. 

The survey showed that 
union-made cards are far below 
5 per cent of the total produced 
each year and that about one- 
fourth of Ihe producets 
ploy union labor In j5om* 
capacity. 

The CCL and TLC labor 
councils begin a flvemlnule 
radio program at 10.25 p.m. to. 
night as a venture into educa- 
tion of trade unionists and the 
general public. 

Topics will Include union his 
tory snd reports on sny dis- 
pules that are current at the 
time of a broadcast. 


I . ACRiB 155 VARUe FROM 
Kumylend BoMb, 5l,ld5_ 5-4051 _ 

LCn Ul VIKW ROVAL. AFFROXl- 
■lately 155H45 Phofla 5-3111 


WAXTtD- RIVTVOB FROFKRTY 
a*if*«o«ialaed r*«d dktrirc *>• 
*a»y i*Tm* Mih ah*ui $3 544 d**a. 
Full p*rtlctila*i buyer B*k 513 
Virtaria Fya-» 


P. R. BROWN 


I HAVr AFTTRAt CLtSHTe WITH 
ll.5S»-t3bea down ra*-Ar,M Bem.i 
(a alt d**er1ele Wha» hare ynol 
L.II LeDoax 4-4BM af 3-5IUI. 
NnHh*y«'*m Secttmtu Ltd 431 

Taui airetL 

HA\ii CAftif 'nt^KR FOR ooob 
ive-b*dr«am hem* U Oak Bay. 
Fal-v..|e ■'* anal ei*<rk( Fr(<* 
ar>it<4 It15»b Call R O H*y at 
. * .• a'l*,** Vi, (->,'• Rfa;i* 

IM 

W4*lTSn MOnSRH IBFDBOOM 

, • - •• «••* *• * 

(»■ •• 411 'Mb 0«*“1 A«*0 l**v- 
I*,.., ,<|f*rre FIr.w ,bII K Ma- - 

Nem*’* * 5115 ' « Manl#.-* 


WORDS 

Ceanol deeeriba (ha reiart«l le**H- 
MBi mod chstm af ihU five-tnam 
■tuecQ b«Kia)n* cemprulnc Ib'i* 
livinc (Bcm •Kb nreptaee dlala« 
ream laveiv tabinet viecivie ituhen 
,*e i*m-»lt. bedfonwi* le*r-vi*re 
hath F«ll bavemeai •eive-lB 
ra«* Bvautilwl laad*eaa*d iieunti* 

Ftk*d e 1 o Ann 


YOUR 


4-MILE AREA 


TKD A Lrrn-K arjrujRioH 

a f»ur*t»nia buntaio* areurd 

I fvth B*A ’I** FV#f*rr*d 

D*e* J R Wbmetae * < • 
1 425* a, vUm* R*» 3 *144. 


Very aii'aeiive three.bedroant I'ur* 
ea kuBoalB* Letse H-lat room 
sun cabinet eleclvk hlubeB Full 
kairmeat drtve-in larace 041-0* 
Malk beadni B*a>i:kful land*ca»ed 
■T'uodi with aerUiitaa Cbmeai 

$12,600 


DRIVING 


•*M>5 DOWN 


CAPACITY 


"tVrh iv*f rwH*ee 
Phan* «ar, P-*l** 
n. eveamt* 3 375* 


ESQUIMALT 


urokntlt HKBnro 
4 te l.foomul heme* rU»nt* wait- 
me Fl*a»e ghen* Mr* Wood* of 
Mr (Tiu*-1*B •< 3*5145 r»e» 5-3131. 
VkuHa n*alir Lid 


53 055 Aa*B Mod*ra 4e luit •l«*fa 

ban|*’n* ewmprltink caatnet eier* 
t->r kiirhen l*e larf* bedmenia. 
leur-iieca balh Suit cement bar* 
■ cnl Oll-O-MaUe beaUn« Lwvels 
rum»iu ,e*m wtlb Ilrvflaee. driva- 

. .. $12,600 


TWO FINE CARS 

— 10.00 I.M., 1.30 and 7.30 P.M 

CAR SALE— i. 00 P.M. 

1950 PONTIIC 4-DOOR SEDAN 


RFQ'umr TWO BKDROm* R(»N. 
•a.n* -,4k fvwn 0*1 he»» *>••*- 

«*M eif*e* feed vahi* all t«*h 
Ma teen,, Ba* 1M1. ViCleHa Fr**e 

TO BUT eOR"rA.«11 HOUBF WITR 
l^r** raad-*»* bediuewi and eood 
Vaeemer.t rumwu* Vlrti-;ty 

HUh R chme.'d I**»53 


500KE 

AnRC'iXIaiately II a*re« 15 cl*a>*d. 
f!*e-rvem dvelUnt comFrlalnf larye 
Uvma roam with firvplac*. BioOera 
kite%en (lute bedroama, 5(1111* 
rm-m thr*e-pievr t*U» «a»..ia« 
pent ter 355 Bara and # J CAA 
eutbutldine* Ftm 


BETTER 


BUY. FOUR OR 
••In* near Bearna 
M Rtieetear Co. 
1.5541 


W ANT333 TO 
tl»e-r-7*m he-*! 
Nm Pill L 
till lani'ey 


USED CAR! 


TO ( IXIftE AN r.STATE 

KILVER.STREAK MOm.L . RADIO • IX)W MILEAGE 
AI-SO 

Initructed by MR. B. M F. HPRING who ti returning 
to England 

1054 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION 

4 Door Sedan In Canary* YellfTW 
Radio • Heater • Trafrie Algsiala • lorw Mlleaga 
(On View in Olympic Garage on Monday i 
Owing to the Antique .SaJe Just completed we have on 
hand a large selection of 

GOOD QI ALITY 

HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS 

AND 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 
WED. — 10.00 A.M., 1.30 and 7.30 P.M, 


R.AMTKD CADRORO rat 

Vi/« V'ritttr* (a 

ra*h A,*» Face-4-1554 nr 3 
M#i»h*»*(»rB Re"irnW 431 1 


The pnigram 


HC»MF I7( OAK BAY 


MonsRv 

three oe four bedieam. Abwut 113 • 
544 Call Cmdr Wurt.te. 3145i F 
M f'.he'de 3 UK 

MnltAK I.OW DfiWM FAYMKHT 
!■ Deed at wr* rewaitt Ka aeeaia 


unnecessary e x p e n s 6 
when you buy « good 
used car from a reliabl* 
dealer. He wiU usually 
have repaired or re- 
placed worn or defective 
parts to assure you 
smooth performance at 
tower cost of operation 
, . . abto eliminating the 
need for costly repair 
bills. You'll find many 
reliable used car buys 
Usted In classification 47. 


WANTED urgently 

R.x* (IkBt *Hh IMIB* 

I iiifls* f^igf *b*dftt6n t>dcnd In 0%R 

at «r fH.rfkld dl.trl,*. Ill3dd- 
Itl.Md Al*e hau cll*at vaatinf 
horn# m Fairn.ld 4t.- 
Irir*. MdOd llOOd Call L K KlU 
Mar'hn.llera Serurttk. Lid . 4-55*4 
at * 9'15 


LOTS— LOTS 


66 PBOrERTT for RAI.E 


■ inedeay Area** <nff Qlaafet** 
Lw. 5 aad 5 aarib tMe. IUI35 

each 44*i 

Cedar HUl. VIIW LOTB. ITtlid 
Be rock. 1 58d I«M miB . .acb 
Item ■ - 115*1 

Wraiaan Drive. Oarde* lle*d, V1SW 
LOTS 0 >m •• rack, frem It Wd 
CMjar Hitl Roed lerfe hub lot *t'h 
feendaUMi 'rjNBieted eiily ..11.455 
R.nderMn Raed 'Berlb af Lea*- 
de*a.- blfb M4 with etcbller, . 

aleA. - 13.554 

w.Hdevne Bead <aer*h ef L*a*- 
da*ni> ht(B 1*4. very eliwke, 13 354 
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Hong Kong Oriental Mecca 
For Commerce, Pleasure 

B\ ItAMl) 8K(»^ V Lxc-elient biiritairw can aUo Thera are many other attrae- 

Honi; Kong la an UnenUl me- ^ /ound in linena, embroidery, tlona. all quite ditlerent from 
Irojiolit Hitii an international 'dver. aiiks iVMr>Wdre. pewter, the anrt of entertalnrneiii found 
flavor, wuere shopping touriaia brau and many other items. anywhere else in ilie world. One I 
can dicKiM Inr some of the Fncom;- tssi: ^i» 'luare l» the steamer i; i- to Portii -ese 

VMtfie the fiioae oi activliies Mded Into two parts- a beautiful inns. The three hour btjal trip 

range fiom yachting and swim- island, wooded and mountain- costs S3 10 to ('>10. d>>|>rnditig 

ming to wauhifig a cricket ous. and a strip of land nn the on an tmimrKlaiions. and there 

in.i'ch or a JJcHir siioM . ('hine.se mainland known as are also all itu'lusive overnight 

The British Clown colony has Kowloon. tours at $23.8u each ioi two 

an aimo.sphere of gaiety and Its m TIH K KIDK jier.so.!-; 

‘‘‘'"‘"‘‘r *i The 10 minute tide from Din.n^ but In Hong Kong i.. 
^ h Kowloon ran he one of me most a.v international as ihe uty it-, 

oiMhe trench and Italian Kivt- H^„utiful In the world. At night self, the ruiMtie ranging from! 

H.*.*uv Hong Kun* U a «he fine homes Mongolian and Canloneve to 

free port and Uses and bn- ^ ?" P«risian. 

jM»ri dutlm are ejbninated. *'*'”°“* glitter like example, one of the 

iu repiiiaiion ae a shopping ”r'’”‘es. finest fish fries to be had any 

centre has lM-c4tit>e world wide. Kongs well to-do rcsl- where tan he enjoyd at the- 

tlothliig Is high iHi Ihe iUl uf •'^h-cl. Floating Hardens of Aberdeen.: 

best bu.>s, for wtN>hens and Kuropean siKiris cars ruar The ferry trip to one of me! 

other malerUls are very colony’s winding water-borne restaurants Is on a 

reaMitiahle and the (tiiiir<»e There are many devotees sampan pilotetl hy a girl. 

Ullors are (H)ualty well knoufi ya' hting and water skiing V 

f.ir ll'"lr Urn ,.rl, r. .„d lh,lr "1 "A„rt"‘l'hTl 'm' '» '»>' 

ahlllty bt duplicate any gar- bea« hes And the C’m .. . frejjh The Kii*niarrf 

jneni wHh incredible «need munlty takes Its horse racing ' " *r**sh. Hie vu.tdard 

«nii imreoinie speed. *• procedure i9 to make vmir own 

*Pucr« of course, vary act. .Id- km . selection from a lank lull of 

liig to t> pool material K-ltMted. ^ ‘ hve fish which is suspended 

11 u p., - hie ..i get a msns ning ,(V,-e«t ..,h .weep t^n^bon. 

•pn. Is omt of the be.st cashmere •• For as little as $1%. a dinner of 

lailoiet to your me«M,rements V“J V. 1 . '“‘veral courses i. served. In 

fora.sllifieas|Z*iio$.Vi Jockey ( li,b. which sp.m«>rs xleamed c)am.s with 

Hong Kong tailors pritle ••-•h i« «r .i. 

ttn-ruiM-ivcs on keeping up with 
the Style. In fact, one shop spe- 
claluos In Ihe "Ivy league' look 
In men's clothes. The proprietor 
boasts that he can duplicate me 
IMnceton or Harvard drape at 
will. 


30 Oatlg (Eolontst VicUria. 1C., Saa.. Sept. 18. 1955 

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he Mmrl. U «f ds po- appeu/e,. crisp 

Icy lhai the public bets on garouiM with sweet and 

the horse, and the puhlic 

be.iefli, on the return.." In ^,<.r ,s the piece d resisiame. 


S|)eech-Sto|)|)inff IManl 
May He Boon lo Husbands 


addilinn, the club pays a 
huge tax ew h year U> the 
government and makes char- 
ily donations. 


Prf niter In to rested 


sour sauce, and crab, and lob WA.SHINGTON -- A plant llnfed briefly, supiHiaedlv 
vier as the piece d'resisiance being cultivated In the newly-, wiilmui reallralion of Its 

Other noted Hong Kong rrs enornnn.s polenllamies for 

lauran.s are the Panslun Grill /r r^*:; " 

.French, which renidenfs have ^ T **’’‘*'*"' • 

shortened to • PG.": Gaddis' m T* dev rlptlon Just U..ued by the 

the Peninsula hotel, and the hu.bands and harassed \eneruclan Information ser- 

L....... , D i._ n I..., -I - mother*. Vli'e here. It i« not kn<>u.n 


l).C. World Trade Fair 
(.entenarv Suggestion 


I beautiful Repulse Bay hotel, a 
favorite spot for ’ tiffin *’ 


dev rIpOun Just Issued by the 
\enerijclan Information ser- 
vice here. It Is not known 


It 1* described only under the whether anyluKly has tried to 
popular Spanish name .»( exinut the marvelous Ulk 


IF if/t f/ie Boy Scouts 

_ _ % 

Memories of Founder 

^ EAC H,6avBwQg st .* J 

, Hcealled lor Scouls 

^ 1 KOBFKI' K. MU Ks Badges pu'-*ed during the pHvt 

'"I ^ Kxes-iilive t'ommissioner week .Cub.s*: 

' Fust star. David Ford. Pav.U 
Tol J ,S. Wilson w8h a we|- Stelrk. aihleiics; Dennis Ruk- 
J aT' ~ I ’‘t“*0nr to Viciona Um nell; first aider: Ha/en Jeffer- 

■ week Whilehi.sla.vwBtslii.il. le^. ganlcner; Ois i . . 

1 Jlnspiring talk and the pertonai m.»ut ; observers: Dennus Kuk* 

glimpses he gave us of our nell .Miirrav Pme Melvin FI- 
loun.ler. Lord Baoen Powell ol row, Orald Knight. Jimmv 
^‘•''•*'1 Monigornerv ; swimmers: Randy 

I Manv s, -outers and a few ...m folley, R..i»ert Saiiisbury. Kit 
mliteemen turned out to meet J.»hane«on, Melvin KIrose, 

a y .Colonel Wilson Thursday. He Ronald Parker, J Darling R.»- 

waa imroiluced hy disirici pre>i hen \Sall. IVier Dolmage. team 
deni A. B While, thanked h\ players Bobby Alger; ,S<'oiii - 
district commissioner (Jeorge srt-nnrt class; John .Sawirki. Di. k 
jh»irr Colonel WiKnn left for ffobbis fVannv Buie, Hill Hennis, 
j'.analmo on Friday and will Lome Meneit 

[then head east acrass Canada ; - - 

I lie expects to spend about 10 

irtays in each provln-e visimig Sllin'fmtt 

idisirlcis and group-. II 

The district training team lofdi |>*, I a I 

^a ‘'^-outing e.vplained’ .-ouihc |\|tpW NjU||*|l 
'a course for group rommit- 

leesi to Jordan River on Mon « « . 

dftv TTie training team w.iv Ix axa* \|/v|s 4 J«s«f 
I asked to vLsil three more groups ■ trl .TlUlltlity 

I ^ I A *hls month, ft is hoped in c«‘\ci J 

■ I ^1 1 1 I every group rommiitee tni* Funeral seivUs-s for Mrs. 

^ 1A« I I I year. Kli/ahe.h >^luggeM, TOyearoid 

a a ♦ pmneer of the Rrentwond and 

II I A meeting of Rover leader. Keating di-iiicis who died at 

~l I I ^ I A ai I'll'l O was held al disfiut Rover Rest Haven hospital Friday. 

. J. LtoUCt i l\lo laader R. K. Warner's home , will be held in -Sluggeti .Me- 

Tuewlay. Disirht rommisaioiu-r morlal Hapiisi church. Brent- 

world can carry out experl- *!*‘T •» 2 Kl p m , M.mdav 

menis. It Is <Mie of i»evVr»l •*'* monl!i> .Survivors aie her hustwiful. 

su.h lalijr.torles m>w pm- «>«bg with plans Robert: three w.ns, Clif lord -f 

hsled on a major scale f.K- ***‘weU River, and Gilbert and 

Ihe imlversliv—ea-’h expected "r"T he ex Brian nf Bmnfwood. five daugh- 

to lie a .^ntre of w.irld re- R^heria Buckle, Mrs. 

search in lU particular field. nation hy the end of Novem Madelelrie Kelly and M,%, 
The place i.iniemlcd. says the McKinnrll of Victoria, 

announcement from the Vene ^ * smee Jasi^Novcmber Mrs. .Shirlev Apps of Mb-slon. 

?uelan informailon agency, to vi.-k.-i-. 

t>e mu»-h more than just a ml- w.,.k,-,.i I.<eu.'adla. Calif.: and 17 grand- 


liie expects to spend about 10 
irtays In each provln-e viMting 
, districts and gruup-. 

* « * 

The district training team lofdi 
a ‘'S4*ouilng e.xplained ’ couise 
'a course for group rommit- 
leesi In Jordan River on .Mon 
dftv Tlie tialnlng team w.is 
asked to vlhii three more group- 
this month. It is hoped in covei 
every group rommiitee tnis 
year. 

a * « 


world can carry out experi- 
ments. It Is one of several 


u .1- . ■ rioin .'VI. .siiciiari }. I^ucsOIj 

>e much mj.re than just a ml- Bar- , rmidJen 


linnr Knn#^ h.a Sp*ni^h H # e M x thr mmtyrhmn Ulk rw\nn inMrm^non «Cfnr>. to ci w. 

nr.i H... hnlWH wllhdot.blr '’‘'^ 0 , b<!iv' who "Zr"* / h""’'"'' oul io Cmp B.r 

rooms ranging from :V..V1 to . new* the stem is stricken Although depanmeni of agrl of plaints hven now it puctice akilU 

»9..M> per day. An evening in ' lulliure botanists here were un- being uhM for an exten.siva ,hev learned In si-nuiing .St 

no, ,.r ihr nl,W rl„.„ »l|l 'h"- irttniltj Ih.- pl.nv II «PJTlmrm In rMnro,l.i,„n, . .Muhnol . I. ono of Iho Ihroo 

run about »I8 for two per- Jivijne effert nn vome oart of ***’ ‘bat northern subject in some parts of .^hool groups In the Victoria 


alyalng effect on some part of Amerua long has be«.„ Uiin Amerha 


netfti. Of the y Of pai:n. for during the pas. ^ :;:u;i;;>i:;;;;f7p;;;,r-:;;: - Fa.rf.e.d%ro:p Lnc pre 

British Columbia staging an In ;y«rs^ Tro'm V M'lkPK me^rh."" wUh*^ b^ard ."l^owinV lhrnTk‘ 

fernaijonal trade |«ir in crin ! officials have already America. Nurthwestern and » JluK^:^^ «H<‘g»d to gj-nw hair on bald mt^ni. has gone through various erchlef nf every group In Ihe 

Junction with Ita I9f« cenlenarv I preliminary talks regard- pan American offer two-clawi heads, another which makes P”**-*’’ whu h have been affected district In miniature. The board 

celehration.s.wlll bedlsiUKse<laili"A'll freque^ nighl.s. PAA flies i '•very thing look red A lot of ^ywllchararieristlcs. humidity j, now displayed In the district 

_ .. u . 1*"^ pre 'arross the mId-Pacific siniminv ‘Alllll IIPP llllll others with remarkable prop- wind velocity and duration of office, 

a forthcoming meeting between 'pared to go along and help irifaJad Tnd ^ ' er.les pmhably never havr hmn The Idea of reforea.a^ * * a 

premier W A. C. Bennett and Bennett with any ideas Both Northwestern and Car.i; VANCOUVER The tern discovered hut there are inli Hon being developed is to start All Rovers are axked to at 

officials of Ihe Pacific Naiion-il trilght have * Pacific Airlines follow the fiorary substitution of the Ss tnationa of them in acenunis of available native tend the Thumbstick mumil 

E.xhihitiun, it was reported yex I North Pacific Great Circle Prime George for the Sa Queen r^P'orers among the imie- P*«f’‘* UfR' b e t i e r - suited meeting to be held at dlxtri< i 

THETI.*? I.SLAND - Th» old route, dropping In on Tokyo. of the North on the Vancouver Known Indian tribes growths from other parts of the headquarters at fi p m O l. 

The fair would he simitar to gave plan* to the new ihu week For ihm<. uho tiki* trv i .k/. Ketchikan run will he continued This part of the world 1* un .V”" ’* *'*" The meeting will- start In the 


the vtH'al apparatus. 


known as the world’s greatest work has been done 


divirici. 


three 

Ictoria 


THE BIG FISH 


Vessel Makes 


by Msiirlra Humber 



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The fair would he similar to gave place to the new ihu week For those who like lo Uke Ketchikan run will he continued TTil.s part of the world 1* un 
Toronto s fnlemailonal Trad? when the Thetl*. ’ a ga.sboal their good old time getting another voyage, according questionably a boianlat’s para 
« u. TK *' n»**trly half .» cen- there, the Swedish American to a Joint CN and CP announce- di.se with many xpeWes of the " 

V «P ‘utT Ago by Hunter Brolhent. line’s 22,000 ton vessel Kunga- nnent. Alteration* to the Queen remote Jungles still quite un 

i?.n nt - ^ <i>n»trui- was traded In by Adam d. holm will be In H-mg Kong of Ihe North have caused de known. A major purpnae of 

nrots-4-f rr-iiT K on a 22-foot speedboat. March 4 and 5 on the wvrld l«y ‘n return of the veNsel lo ,he new university gardens 1- 

‘'""'l_‘he • JJffyy^ crulae which leave* New York the Alaska run. ;,o hrtng as many a* possible 


fiont room of the hall. 


Britain Sells 

to bring as many as possible 

of these together where they ^ , - M £ M 

can he grown under essentially Xml 

natural conditions. V^CT17 

Here. Mr example is a low' LONDON iAP1 — Bniam's na- This arrangement accounted for 

K...K ...U..-. WI... tu.naliaa^ <7%. ■ Inaa rt! ?«WV MWt ■< 


Intensive Sales Meetings 

Prepare Local Newspaper Ad Salesmen 
To Assist the Retail Advertiser 


Rickey, age 9 a laughing lad. 
Went fishing at Cowichan with 
his dad. 

Bob Hutchison, too. was out on 
the loose. 

He Is the son of a fellow called 
Biuce. 


bush whose blo.ssoms open twnalued coal board Thursday • £€,700.000 In the quarterly 

snow-white In Ihe morning and night announced a record quar- ”” imported coal Thp board si'olfe*! at deep fLshIng. 

turn red at noon Here also joHy lo« of more than 09 000 000 ' TWa* hJm sw^fv \7uH th-v 

bloom* Ihe exotic queen of the . , ,, committed to selling mm- sporty stuff they 

rlehf. . rllmhlni: with ■-<"»< I"""-- P.r,W, r.wl ., Bnuri, pr,.-..- ">r • .n«r. 

a while flower five Ini-hes In lorgrsl previous quarterly prw c* which are below tbose pre ^ «'**• •‘od. Rirkev cast 

‘7 To h . ko 

And I ln<e« at sunn** quarter of !»! Other factors which accounted To lure the eohoe on his buck- 

*• tahin !• iK RniAio now I* Importing a targe for the quarterly kcis. Ihe board *aiI fly 

am IS me araguanev United said included the introduction of Nothing happened for quite a 

venerueia* national tree, al- states, arid has been exporting change* in the wage structure for Jong while 

wav* a mass of red flower* large amount* of her own coal to miner*, the xtnke in Yorkshire Giving Rick lime to practice hia 

throughout May. Here are old customers on the Continent to pit* m May and the national rail- style 

several plant* with notable and keep that market open, way *tnke in June Then he *at down for a alight 

proved medical value*, such a* - re dine 


Al Frankson, display advert!* 
Ing *nle*maii. I* pi<-iuted hard 
ft» work along with two 
retoo-rf-nlatlve* from other 
ni^wspafier* who altende.t the 
.Nrwxpaper Advertising Work- 
shop rei-entlv held at Long- 
view, \Va-h 

I^itevi tcchmi(uc* nf *ucces.>>ful 
retail Adverti*ltic were studied 
ilmroughly and put into npera- 
tt.<n hy advertl-lng rb'parlment 
staff in Vlidoria to assKt bH-a| 
merchant* with their advertis- 
ing problem* 


Photography Salon 
Pnlriex Clone Oet. 15 



THE AD SALESMAN FROM YOUR 
LOCAL DAILY NEWSPAPER IS COMPLETELY 
INFORMED ON THE RETAILER'S PROBLEMS 

Tlie current problem* and need* of the retail advertiser are of prime lntere*t to 
ymur local newspaper ad salesman. He I* liilly qualified to help you work out 
the*e dlfftrultles and make ncwvpaper*, which reielve the major portion of your 
advertising dollar. AN EVFN MORE EFFECTIVK .SELLING TCX^L’ 

A*k your salesman to help you anaivve your present advertising setup and deter- 
mine ways to make your bu-*ne** mme profitable He wlii help you build a 
•ound advertising plan that take* full advantage of every aeJImg opportunit). 
month by month and department b> ileparimenl. 

Build Your Business Through Consistent, Carefully Guided 
PUNNED NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING! 


several plant* with notable and keep that market opeo, way strike in June Then he *at down for a slight 

proved medical value*, such a* - re dine 

of diahcie*. and cltrnnern. said Photography Salon ^ul’p'rr 

lo be a powerful Ionic and C7 / “Z * y r r ing ' went the silk. 

In addition exotic pUnU from /I CjlOHV 15 Tld* fish VM^bl^adln^ 

five continent* are now being tpee«1 for .Seattle 

cultivated ln tlie university Closing date for enlrw-* lo the largest of ii* kind in Can "Gh Lonl '* Rickey breathed 
greenhou*^ until they hcome Victoria International aB he could mv. 

acclimAie«l »h^ CaracA* en- . Phoioffraohv n. be ‘ "IreaflV been re H wt*h I could write thl* Ilka 

vimnment Thewe Include * *r>' , , oelved from England, Hool Hemingway! 

dwarf free, only a few Inches ‘tt ‘be Arts Gallery Nov. 1.1 ^ong the United Stales and “Keep your tip up." hollered hla 
tall, from Africa. (o 20 has been »et at 0<-f. 13. I Fraw-e One package, from a Dad. 

The garden* are expe<tcd Some 1300 photngraphlr | photographer In Saigon. Indo- .Shooting advice . . . some good 
to become eventiiBlIy a great print* and a similar number china, bore S175 in stamps and some bad 

•wlenliflc latMiralory where nf color Iransparenrle* are ex .Salon director for the fifth Reel In now . . hold let im 

hoianiM*. p h a r m ai'ologUU tnu-iefl from 40 countries prov romtecullve year « Jame* Me pla\ " 

and other* from all over their |ng that the show has become Vie Oh Iy>rd" . . . "Oh I^rd " 

Not ONFI other word iviuld »l># 

. H lad uHer. 

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I - I was all set 

■■■ ■ But fish too big to spill in 

I I I I straight down he like hia 

H snout w** a aword 

^ I held on . . "Oh Lord** 

gk r ■ "f>h l>’>rd " 

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^ — ■ ■ tbehoat. 

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, Prir^ liVkl ■ SmiAon wrench 

j V ■ Rfekev sank down . . . and still 

, ' H implored, 

• fw« J • I bver and over . . . 


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•Rea 'h Seiile a<vnunl« benefii Ihnnich 'li# 

Reanurrefiil- 
lo Mlvafe thln(t 

••Kinl# here 

Planning altoad Good for enier* 
tally from improvutg lammeni aoriiihklUy etc. Sepi 19, 
coorrmed. be diplomatic. The riutdiiKMU w tome ufe manner 21. M. 29. Ocl *, t 
tuif (avora your movea Yngr viewa and ideas aeem likely <a»i**e*a at 

me 21 lo July 22 ‘Concert- c«awo4..M tm< . 

ll SepiasioOrtBIUbra-Bnog arwa. oIB r M 1 a h 

require acrurale appraisal 1*! >**t charm and perwmality lo Columbia a limber are aerloualv 
Jl/7i lo Auc 22 inHialmc anvlhlng new ^eed of rolimc Theae are 

n to the )oh at bond (et afler **’*'*" ’*"''■ l*”!**^** y^ir •PP^'r «tanda of deierloratlnf over- 
..u.»inalile I he g'jiliv of ^ovironmeni mature fnreai which ahmild ha 

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In SepI iVirgor Prnale affaira *eem lo undergo yming growth 


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yuu rootpaif voir* si (hr end of 
a C4tne . .u . a glmae atv u 
Iff ■ r<wt:. rr-ifclal.i -.1 

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e«iir. mii\ ' orwidri mc that 
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p.irliter li.imt IVmt.ri F^h«I 
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Iro' of o - a,e of hi.tita .•! Take 

lathed Ihe queen ami ate of mallrra 

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covered by W'‘ ' a king ami 
tnimfn^l b\ North 

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he^rt reiurn •-.?h ihr • .cJii of 
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a HnmnO'I if-li lo Sieith f>e 
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♦iump* after ofil*. > lead* 

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lie. iiiae North field a Irtintp Ifr k 
North a high low m eJuft* 
w«« not the kiauai demami t»r a 
I tub l onimuaiion hut waa merely 
for the leirpiwe of helping ^njUs 
io rmtnl out the hamt If Sailh 
had ronlimieif h' -ir*- Pirrifve F-it-t 
tn tnimp agair the < haiige in 
timing would base prevented F'..sti 
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gnal u«te. and alA> good i‘Mign>eai 
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lumaelf in l*»*h Hilimc' 

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FUNERAL HOME 


Just pin and spray... for curls that stay! 


Competilion Keener 


32 flailii (Tolonifit VictorU. »c,. s«.. s*»i. i«. ms 


Snanich Mcetuifr Wcdnrsdax 


Springs, Coho Targets 
In "King’ Angler Battle 


“ lw|Y ^|| lAt.MXJ.N .Rcutrr^t The nltfht In Ofiaw# he Hill 

1 ▼ V ■■ .hief of Bnuin'e atr Sir Air Marthal r. R. 

' William Dickion. hUI Imv* •'^l^mnn chief of Ihe Canadian 

pfNiM that a rerommrnHallon here hv plane M.mtiav for ihe *‘f 

to diti'ommue ihe u*e of mis Unlleil Slate*, and Canada for tk» i.r.. ' . 


Springs and coho c*»nilnt»e lo calegor>' and lo ninnera of 
he the main targeia of anglers special dran*. 
enienng The ixaily Colonial ^,^^1 conle«l entries: 


•7 11 AacKoFM* a K L*<‘(nan i)i 
n»«un«* iT». AnrbvrM*' a C Bo 
J«7S Uo«*i i7* AocbutM*!. H t 
W»MUr BMtUchlon <14 Anrharscr 
" H» 0 » tM» lAiMlsra >7 ABEhoracr 


Corrugaied boxes, paper 
hiiards. brunn wrapping papers 


• • . SI "oo. ru-'ees nas 

tume<l down by raiepayer«. 

New let hnique adopted by the 
tru«Aiees now ensun^s that rale 
payer* representative* first out 
line what they rer|uire. school 
iruaiee* liien draw up plans lor 
presentation. 


Aitrhst*** 

Ancbactaf 


«uAc»( ••Ktirti la *i 

Jvouw 8r»Q.«A>od> C 
• »od lU II Hah I txiAi. 
lakti Hum H*r««rit 

Anrtinr»(n Ct(<i 

H»»r« Br«ni»'<ad <IIM AorttAr«i*> 
a«»« L»nt4«»nr >ll s 

Anchorair. a ft»tr H«. 12M MR i 
Vtrlaru •lilt H«ll •> fWnAlft MrL*«n 
M Kaian -IM tl H«>i •• Hilda Mr 
K**«rr 3ST4 Haultald >!• AnriMRrM*- 
Ufa C J (bwr Jfti* Laaadawoa <ai 
t S i * Ant haratai 
Alan A Uurd«n. mi Waarana '• I 
AnrlMratAF R u Ltvil. IBJI Ollphan. 

■ Anrboraa*' aFioari Warrrn }|7i 
Saanirh rnad <1 il Anctiaraa«> R 
MurrU 111 SiiparMir ill Anrharaar- 
M C Whiu Ilia Rhalbaurna i1 I 
AfKtieraa*' K W AndarMn IlM Onua- 
la* <• II Aift'oraari Harrr L.a*rBrk. 
** ' “ il II Anrtvi>raar' A eiutw, 

Gran’ •• II Anrhoraa*' Jam 

e*iMa SI Laiab road <11 Hail ■> S 
P<F«rr« IIJ4 Oaliitd <111 AnclMiracai. 


by the day as the Oct. .31 con- Ai»rh?fat**** m*i 

teat deadline nears. Mrn»r lui isi 

. . . , tWAiaa Saanlci 

At Hiake are men-handise oovnAaM 
prwes valued at Snoi) offered by ^ j 
jeune Bros, of Victoria Lid . ‘ 
the Hud.snn's Ray Company. W. 

R .Men/ies A Cn Lid. and 
.Murdoch-Oirard Ltd . Courtenay ■»» 

iiore. 

The Dally Colonial will pre 
aerii handsome “King Ki«her- 
man’* trophiea and rash prizes 
totalling S 4 <t 0 . 

The four contest caiegnries- mjS 
Irout. tyee. .springs and i-obo— ^ 
are open to all Vancouver Island 40110 
residents. aid ont«n 

Prires will he awarded for AfMft"E««^.* 
biggest fish caught in each . 


DICNIFTED SKRVICE ADJl'STED 
TO VOt'R NEt:DS . . , 


(Canadian Pipers 
To Visit Denmark 

LONDON IReuler.si - A Cana- 
dian army announcement here 
said Krnlay Ihe pipe and drum 
band of the Black Watch 1 Royal 


FIRELOGS 


Tlia coiine you choose 
. . . And PAY AS 
• YOU EARN 


(( 4 Mnpre«s«Hf KaMclust In lx>g Fomil 


Highland Kegimeni 1 uf Canada 
I* schedule.! lo arrive in Copen 
hagen. Denmark. .Sunday lo lake 
part In a military tattoo diaplay 
there. Kor the lajit month they 
have taken part in Ihe Kdin- 
burgh. Scotland. laiioi> tmataed 
marchi. 1 


HARKNETT FUEL LTD 

UT PANIMmA AVK. 4 9 


School of .Modern Bualueaa 


16 'f 9 QuarJra at Ralmoral 


Teleph.me 4 26 It 


Enjoy the fresh young feeling of being 
lovelier. Choose your favorite beauty aids 
from these NEW preparations at the BAY 


Monday Store Honrs: 

9 a.m. lo S p.m. 

For cttiiieoua tvenlre 

Dial S- 71 I 1 

.Sidney, Keating, C n h h I • 
Hill. Duncan Mid Knoke. r«ll 
Zenith 6640. toll free. 


In just five extra seconds! End nightly pin-i 

Set pin-curls that 
last twice as long 


Refreshing care to keep your skin lovely! 
Orange Flower skin lotion and texture lotion 


Dorothy Gray prepared for you. these two lotiona. lo help 
for your akin. Refreshing, and tanialtzlnglv fragrant 
enjoyment. Orange Flower akin lotion for dry' *kin 
lotion for normal or oily akin. Both highly effective anri . 
10 use Pamper yourself today . . . reg. 2 50 . f^peclal price 


The basis of a good compiexioa 
is a truly clean fine skin 

Dorothy Gray ha« for vou (wo very fine creama 
•o your cxmiplealfin freah and loveh ^ 

^ikin cleanser , . cleans and softena d, ^ 

akin lo a new loveliness. .Salon Cold .ream I 
soften.* vour complexion and keetis a glowinelv I 

tlMh. Rnml.r ij». S,«.iu l.fl.i I 


Elizabeth Arden brings you a 
“New Magic” action dispenser 
for her luxury hand lotion 


Harriet Hubbard Iyer's 
French Formula Lanolin 
Hand and Body Lotion. 

Free dispenser 

er>o 

S|MH.'ial price I 


CharminR luxury touch lhat rnaken this .silky lotion 
still more delightful lo use! Just touch your finger- 
lip lo thi.s magic action dmpenser. and the slender 
"rmicet" rHea.'iCs exactly the right amount. Use 
Klizatielh Arden Hand Ixjtion freely, from head lo 
1f)o . . . lo .smooth your skin lo love- 
liness with the fresh 


Now . . . when hlu.siery 
weather make* a a boon to 
exrty member of the family, 
(hi* l^notin-rlch. all-over Lo- 
tion. with all the benefita nf 
l.emon Oil. come* with a fret 
rtinvenlent economy • making 
dNpenser. Quick vanlahlng. 
aonlhlng and amoothlng. a 
■ moat" for after the bath. f«p 
rtiiigh hand*, for pmtectirm 
against Hind and rnid, for a 
beautifying powder haae. On- 
eroua 8 -oz. aixe. 


For arifter more U*tlng pm curl*. *e( hair a* y»)u usually 
do ihen a quick sprav of nen Revlon ".^Atln Set” 
that * ail! l.et dry. comb mu . fnr soft pin-curl* that 
last days longer* "Satin set ' hold* vour hairdo ton . 
there* no latMurr to make hair stiff, alicky or flaky. 
Buy new Revlon "Satin Set ' today! (ienermis alxe, 


sweet enchant- 
ment of Blue (.ira&.s. or June Geranium. 
4 -«x. dispenser bottle . . , apecial price 


Revlon’*”Silken-net ■* spray niih lacquer, for longer 
lasting curia and Have*. 60 

HpeHM offer. 11 o*. t 


Save money on 1 

_ Herb Farm 


delightful 
Sr-ented Stock. 
•Hovnt 

Karh at attrac »I 1 

«'5p,V... Pri- ‘• 

a skin cream . . 

"m-o'lvElv lr.ur.n<. 

'qg. 

Spee-ial pHce 

Bur hands iovtiyi wuh 

1 «tnn L Re ^ 

lotion ^ V; » ihai 

‘froz bottle 

free cake of 


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lAindon Mi-t 
uelv ua< kagfl 


the only Home Permanent that's 


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bv Jergens *;^*ind' dm 
uw RMreshing 

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Fleet Threatens Peron; 
‘Quit or We Open Fire’ 


Capital Blavkvtl Out 
■ /l,s Dead line Nears 

BI’>:N0S AIRF:S (AD- -Th«* arntPff fon-.-s held 
a throat of naval bomlvanfmont ovrr Ruont.-.-. Air- .ukI 
domandod that Prr<ul*’nl Juan D. Poron n*sii;n hy 
dawn Sunday. 

tS>e oihrr siiirir- on .T ' Aiies wn(frn a few 

Ttw ilimil anil Ihf ili-niaihl were hmii N. 


'Smiling' on Oiilsitle 


voil-pH )nd4>p(’nd>>nll> in broadi 


Siup small nMd a 


fn)m (K<* it*b('l radio In- miUim> nt ti\«'r tli'Pl 

Jorm***! amm- ...'.d th:-. anv»uni wimeil all /la\ m*ai Mon»o\i.!.-.r, 


Jfeds 

Set 

Free 


ifd to a IcNided ultimatum Uip 

A bruadrnni m Hip nmnr of Hip 
P uprto Bi’lKrano Sjv> Rus*- d«* * 

I dared Ppmn must rim out b> 6 f***'*' 


ifiltirmam 

witti !)>•• noMi* 

heavily i;uMnpil 


In li.ln 
priWPi ful 
AuaMiii- 


tPST*. 

fitabon idpniif>mK 


Hi- i.;*d inp V, 
alof\|{ Buf-iifiv All- 


Pi... 

watPiMnnt. 


radio Cordoba »aid the man wim artillrry huMonc's uaiihi'd and 
ha» run Arumlma ^ - ‘ *“ ' ^ 

tivr for nir>p yeans must rrnign hv on which g»>\Pinmrnl 

the Sabhaih’t ‘•hmi li«hi . The hoiisp fronts anil - r.r.ili - :oi 


..vun cnmcn up at f» 1!) 


« IPW‘. «<tiiod Vigil hpsidn ui’ap.-: 


to anv caw, the imphcaUun ».. . mountpd v»mi afu*r Ihr irbcl- NIKITA KKt SltCtn-A’ 


I that any attac'k on BucniH \r. . 
[wouht l»e deferred until the il*'*.! 
hoc pasnv 

KKKOKT 7HKKVTK.NMI 
Coupled with this rnpiiHl in lh<- 
rebda’ threat of bombardment wa- 
, Mar del Plata a seaside roaort ainl 
conimcfTlai I’cnlre nl KM.fino impu 
lalion HIO miles «*ullieasf nf Burn 
oa Aires It has a submarine and 
seaplane haw 

TKe heart of Biiem« Aire* the 
Plara dr Mayo wa* hlaikrd oui 
in the night Amateur air rnal 
wantons rruisrd Ms-liir* bordi'ring 
the pilch-bliK'k plu/a to put out 
' lingenng Ughia spnihnc the Mark 
iMii They snapped wires and bnike 


linn flamcl Fitdav. 


Russians Smiles 
Don't Alter Ideas 
Says Khrnshehev 


>i'0\V APi The .Sosht 
gosemment announ«'c*t .''inidav 
a broad amnesty which sets free 
or n*«lu<*es Hie p:i--~n tcriiiK <•( 
.<oviPi citi/onv convicictl of rol- 
lahoraiing with Uir i>rmana 
dufing the -■U-’-, ond World 

The teima of exile and de- 
p»«rtailon of many other flux- 
Man citwens were ended 

A(- ;.ih‘ re* »i Hi* 

praP'idium of the .Supreme 
•-^•.vipt puhlivhnl in Sunday 

morning’s Mons»w newsp fwix 

.... alao cleared of guilt ‘■'tviet 

' citizens who rollahoiaiisl with 

the (termana during the war 
jand then stayed abroad 

ft said they w<>ui>l he fa-r 
'muted tn re-enter s«Mirlv If 

I they eeium home rcpcniani and 
work for their rounijy 
I Ttie siaiemeni also Mid the 
1 gnvri-nment would raw the le- 
• turn to the Soviet I'nion of 

I ^nlrt citizens and their 

famlllea who had remained 
^ abroad and now wanted to 

return 

The decri-e sr»rcif|raMv denie^l, 
j however amnesiv to .Soviet 
citizens who bf<amr inemhera 
of ‘’piinilKe tlelarhmenia con* 
chief vicied of the murder and 


So many Victoria younjjslers like Penny Boyd. fi. left. 
‘U.l Windermere, have re^.stered for fiamting rla.ssex 
for the 4do-6 age Krnup at the Art Gallery that cura- 
tor Colin Graham has scheduled a third rlasa Ihia 


year Openinea remain In clas.ses for “veterans” such 
as Ronald Ritchie, 10, centre, of 723 Mount Joy. and 
Stewart Kine, 11. of fil5 Wilson. Budding Rcmhrandt.s 
should register before Instruction begins Sept. 26. 


Martian (ico^rapliv Clianjics 

Vast New Area on Mars’ Face 
Held To Be Living Vegetation 

WASIlINCnW I AP'— Dtvi'overy Dr F, T Shpher. leader of Ih*- 

of a vaai new blue.green area. ISM National Geographic • l,x)W'ell At M t ^ LS^ M M 

believed to be living vegetation. Obaervatory expedition which pho- /I 1 at t~h t t ^ ^ 1 1' t t* a 

on the aurface of Mara wa* report- lographt-d Mam from South Africa ^ - a t §. §. *7 k. 1 1 xt t t 

ed Saturday by the Natwfml Geo- Sllpher alone made more than 20 

graphic flortely. (W phiil«ignt|iK« W KW1 M m 

The anreiuni'rment mwI Ihe div Sahmlay • arwunmeefnew aaid t #• t ttd^ttt \*ttttt^a 

oiivery of tin* 2O0.n0O-aniiarr-mile diacovwy of the new area near Mat- M * - a C S / t -tx. t C 

area, almoal the nae at Tesaa Marx' grrat Thoth Canal wax t 

*'ha* produced the greateid change 'iniAlIy unexpected,” adding 


iMii They snapped wirea and broke MO.Sf'OW (I'P) .Soviet Communi.St pHTty chief Meted of the murdet 
fuae boxea of *iore« that had left bJikila S. Khru>bch«*v wam(*d last night the smiles uf .Soviet rltlzent 

lights on and knocked out lusm Rusm, in leaders vince the Giueva conference do fK)t nM*an ^ 

^ . Ihev have abandoneti Com- / ’ * « 

Wh,l. .t» pn^prrl. S.,un Pn-ml,-r N.knl.l A I .VllrifllW 

.hi, r.p..»l ^ ^ ~Th.J. «h-., .hi. Bul«.nln, K . . . VJ V lil lU 15 

,h : •’•PI"" -'kP' 1"^ - -l> O..A (:r...,*-ohl .nrt - I 

.people, the government rimmed a 'r . . . . . i,.. a . ... ww 

major VKiory inland - recapture '*•'* hit deputy. \\ alter VIbricM, all |) 

Inf the city nl Cordoba whlatle.” Khruahehev «poK# at con>*»drrablc I«ngih O'YO 

aald. i and In a confident mood. 

■ ' ' Khrushchev made the remark' They all made it i iear that 

ReM radto hroadcaati disputed ^ reception In RusMa doex not Intend to Wfc • 1 ■ • 

ihix. ]^” '’'****“ of the vtxlting F.axi Ger abandon hx Fait German alllex §< ■ | | I i-l ■ i*! gv 

.h. h,„ w„h DlliKlin^ 

. start nf talks here '%.nunia%. We*»i t*erman Chance rir Kon ^ 


on in the battle of the air-wavc« 
hours after the Peron forces .'d 


they had regained the rny and put ... 

„ . . L , , recepi on at the Krem n n 

insurgent ■urx-ivom min diwnntcrh ' 
flight recent \ears 

The loval anny, m a midnight Kbroxhehev declared ”11 Is 
'communique, asserted the rcMs "’1’ 

I were using portaWe ntdina lo an This i» a real tmile It 

their clauna that they BtUl r»»ntn>l ** 


start of talks here 's.nuniav. West t>rman C'hancellor Kon 

It was the longest diplomatic rad Ailenanei 

reception at the Kremlin in Khnishrhe% helfied eni|iha- 


Cordoba. 400 miles northwest of 
, Buenos Aires. 

A massive gifvemmeni force wa- 
reported mifving on the Puerto 
Reigmno-Bahia Blanca area m ihe 
south of Buenos Aires prmuve. 

The communique said the loyal- 
isl.s have not yet launched an 
lark on Puerto Kcigrann. but that 
Ihe ith infantry regiment arel --p- 
porting war{>lanes aie m positi^m 


‘•We want to live In peat-e 
in iranqulliiy,” he ad'k'd. 

”But If anyone thinks that . _ . . 

our smites mean Ihe abandon- *«ei the theme f-ir the talks by dispersed mobs of demon* 
merit of the teachings of der larlng. with Soviet hacking, with tear gas and warn- 

.Marx. I- ngels and lenin he that West Ormany would have shots. 

Is derriving himsHf cruelly.” ■ - negotiate with Fast tiermany f'^ha was outlawed this week 
hhrusht hex said- tf M w ant.s the .-'.uniry reunlied effort to atop dis«r«lrri 

’ resulting frt>m demands fi-r 

• ii« .t I self determination of rule over 

IlSSin^ ^Ulllld y f>siem Wedlter- 

« » ranean island hasiinn 

A recent nnu«h <heek Turk- 

\ | |xh o)nfereni*e in London failed 

EQi\ I rosnccTors ■ 

^7 I Britain and Turkey want 

[ ■a I M T W X ■ B'httln to keep it The malortty 

^ n 1 1 II f 1 N r 1)#^ 1 li - i:' tu": 

* e 1.1 I 1 \ I X IV- Cl 1 Cl III mint)ril> It is Britain x most 

Importani Middle Fast has* 

.'-^PIRn LAKF. Wash AP' w«ui the pn»spe.-ir,rs. giwng since the dei-ixmn to leave Suez 
we.ik from hunger and ct»ld '''efn and orange nine to Fgvpt 

cv were barely able to move while Berry yne rioters began alia* king 


rii'Va confm*nce do mil mean ^ 

S.iviei Premier Nikolai A I .Vl^rilllC 
Bulganin. Fast t;erman '*-* T l-'C 1\/V0 
Premier Olio (Inuewohi and •* ■ 

hia deputy. V^'al•er Ulbrlchi, all 
spoke at consid(*rahle l«ngih 
^arid In a <<mfldent mood. ECClcJ^ 

They all mail* It clear that 
Russta does not Intend lo rfc • 1 ■ • 
abandon hs Fast German allies l~C I | | I £§ | §-% gv 
following the talks hete with Jl.^ Li I I \ 1 1 1 1 ^ 

West r>rman Chancellor Kon ^ 

rad Ailenanei 

Khrushche. helped empha- p 
slie the point bv piihhrly 

kissing the g.Miecd l ihrlrhi. ^ InsUiuie here Saturday 
who Is heiul .d the ( nmmunlst beUevrvI to b# 

party In Fast fiemianv and «f ‘n** ^uilawe.1 under- 

gising him a hear hug. Rtound terrorist organization 

Before the pe<Y»pUnn began 

^:ast German Communisi party: . ‘British troops of the S-iuth 


Hccrelary genetal Olio Nuschke 


Siaffordililie regiment 
di.spersed mobs of 


area, almost the nae af Tesns Marx' great Tbnth Canal was < a ' u,r ihe awutuli. A broadcasi earlier 

“has produced the greatest change ''inially unexpected,” adding WINNIPEG ICP^ Intensive because that is when they face Imm the naval base said the in 

in Martian geography since the ‘Nex-er before haa such a new alcohol edmatlim should begin ihe problem of thinking or not faniry regiment had switched |.* 

plarief was first mapped 12S yrari dark splotch appeared, ev’cp# xx early in high school because drinking. Il'i extremely danger , rebel side, 

•Ro an increase of an existing dark two.ihlrdJ of peixon* who later ous ' he said, to use Uie ap- “FFAf I-: RFKiNS** 

The diacoxerv wax creHUed tn <irea become alcoholics start drink- pmarh of some iem{*eian.*e -wUh Ihe excention id 

‘ ■nie remarkable transformalkwi ing then. Dr, E. .M .Jelltoek. an vxorker=- that alcohol la pm reijclliot. -...d 

¥ - mdicaiei that the divisHtn beiwe*^ authority tm alruhtdism, ad- son ' go\frnmeni hr 1 1 

llfturns dcsen and vised Manitoba's Bracken nquor You xav i: . a poi«„n and the ;^hxsI . b x o I u iT uinq...- 

• ss. * x«a 1 * 1 ^ ^ nei-essanly fixed ctimmiio.ion. rhiid sees Da<lcly have two reign* ' 


dark arena la not neiessanly fixed oommiaalon. 


_ or permanent nor may change to j-,^ Jelllnek consultant on 

^ mil *' '•"•r alr..h..h.xm It. Ihe Wurl.l Health 

I lim Ifai-lV support the collusion that M«« orgamzjUon. talked with the 

MOSCOW ' AP' - The 'soviet *t f commission in February and hi- 

JVIUJ.1 vm <Ai me Nowei .t.rkenmg (■ due to th* gmwth of h*v- h«.»n 

I nion announced Saturday II pinm pi,. comment* mm have been re 

Is returning the hig naval base ‘ Blolog1»i« suggest that this life 

Pnrkkala to the Finn* hecaoxe may b* akin lo lichens that grow He xaid children should be 
relaUona between Ihe two «*oun- on earth's barren rock* and moun confronted with the fart* about 
tries are now friendly lamtopa ' alcohol when they are li or I.> 


Or. Jelllnek consultant on c'H’ktail- and nothing hapfienv. 
IctJhttii.xm III the WurM Health he will try it Inc ' 


tries are now friendly 


lamtopa 


Drivers Asked Tit He! ft 

Last Chance Given Victorians 
In Share-the-Flowers Scheme 


Anli-Flol 

Drug Flown 
To India 


Hut the announi cmet.. ,.f 

ihesa provim lal dexMinp-; .'sPIRn l.AKK. VVaxh 'AP* 

was tMiralleleil b\ an order Ittim - we.ik from hunger and cold 
Maj. Gen franklin l.uterM thev were barely able to move 

Mipn-m. Hrt-rly pro.p^lo.. wh., 

I'lvahxi*. blacking out the Pla/a 

de Mayo aiea of downtown m-xing since last 

, Uuenna Aires. r-un.-ray in th:: rugged frmuntain 

The blackout ordr. une.x touniry' were found late .''*iur 
plained came after repeaiwl dar-. 

W'amingx from rebel radio xia a «LiHesnreaH sitarch Has 


Missing Since Sunday 

!_ 

Aged I'lospcclors 
Found Near Deal It 


. ij 1 . w biketj out t«. the l^ewlH River <*ara and atoned nnltre 

two elderly prospeMora who ,, -n # . , . .. aionm poiire 

, *^*1 •*’ • -ixianie. attempted to halt them 

h.v. b-rn m-lne ,in.-» I-. a rt.n-.pr ,nrt .mhul.nr, „,|„.ry p„i|„ j„p „„ . 
r-un.-ray in th:: rugged mountain have been set.i m a spot four (i^e 
t ooniry were found late .'s*iur mile* irnm where Ihe men were 
dar-. found . w , 

A widespread search haa hern RohMn* xnd Berrv who broke IllirrimnP 

.* ii«A at. rrnrri >nn.h*i- ...... ¥ * M 1 ■ tV It ■ I V 


warnings from rebel radio XI4 A widespread search haa hern Koomn* xnd Herrv who broke 
I I „ -I _ I’'”"* ’f’'* maorgenix wu.ild rondu.ued sin.e Tuesday when »noiher search paitv 

I (I 1 11(1 igl jhomhard Buenoa Aires from *he jj,,, s/junded h> < “’‘I** looking on our 

air and fr»»m the aea tn ineir j F- i'a*fle, 91. who turned h*< k - qualified for a SI OOB re- 
TORONTO ( Pi a olnl ’ -tier arcomiuinylng ihe men on ptuHed for the recovery of 

boille ronlalnina an ann.hi.wwi **'*'^"” from Ihe pre’»ideniia| of , uranium prospec ting trip into nirkenx' hodv. 

, sin«e 1946 fvtffr.rd Pinchot National Fore«i. Berry rervrted that Dickens 

rtouin, rAport«l -rt, .,h,l. prp. l.lmM . hWk 

today en route by plam. lo India Ta< ->ma atid C'harie. Dh kenx. »"o approached 


' cloning aoluimn waa reported The rebel* proclaimed a block 

■m /'Nl I W'Nl /'"N I today en mute hy plane lo India Argentina s eoaxi 

In Share-the-r owers Scheme r- *“ 

J.1I kjliai V IIIV/ J. IVFff O kJVlIV lIIV The Canadian Red CroM aa.d Adm Juan F Roja* Mid in a 

it may save the life of an Indian rebel declaration 

Final opportunity this season otieratlon for the U.st Urn* thla to ahare late-biooming flower* W'oman whowe aon helped In tlie *'A1I the feet heads toward 
to send flowers to patients In year with hnaplial patients. 19M conquest of Mount Everest Buenoa Aire* Triumph is near , i 

flreaier Victoria hnapttal* and Seth Malton. puhllaher of The Thouaand.s of bloom* were. The plane la expected to arrive for Ihe good of Ihe fatherland rh'^kens on the bank of Clear 
nursing home* will be given Dally Coloniat. said last nigiU disirihuted through the plan Monday in Nagpur. •fd Ha ln*titutions ' vxaier Creek. 4'* miles from *’*' • 

aiTMi gardeners thi* week when ihal It had been decided lo earlier ihis year, charring count a Actos.s the broad River Plate • iearwaier ?;iie|t»»f. pa*i of Mf "Ob. 


Heading 
For ASliore 


TO. Diego were found hy •'»” <"**0 hut Berry aatd to MIAMI Fla f AP' - Hurrl. 
, . _ *•,. ' Aitviir cane lone, the b gge«t ,ind 

I. .s Berrv Vancouver Wash. AUger. .,«JL .w. 

J Ai n .... ^ .. ..It A .A airnngeat tropical norm of th* 

and A1 Robbins and hia son Mer- How are you doing old 

ton. both of Woodland Wash ll^r-* Allger. lying .m hi. (Urgli 

The trio found Allger and ^ ruly^l over Carollnaa ooaita Saturday 


unbelievingly 


Colonist sponsored .Share organize the plan one* again lo le** «hui ins deprived of the 


Arrangemeni* 


. m> Go«1 ” 


night 

There'! not much douN that 
lone la going to come aabore." 


made , jjj jujiIji , If, Montevideo Helen* and approximately ji) y apfieared «ald Gordon Dunn, chief storm 


the Flower* plan swing* Intoglv* Victoria gardener* a > hanc* pleasures of a garden. Canadian Red C^a i; r u g u a \ an aiithorttaiive tnile* soulbrasi of Meta l^ake rema.-k^hly g-*A«1 

■.-Iaw. ...... ..Ill Wa. ^.,. 1 ,^ .... I** nave a pint of the solution >^ure« uiH mtu- wnere ':ie itlii me;. IjvI had he*'n th<»v b.iIi >.• Kr.-n>>\ 


fnrecaiier fm the Miami hurrl- 


Inside Today 


Hower* will he picked up ^ a* solution iu>urc* said early Satutdav wnere *:.e i.lil me . lavt had he»-n ,nii..n The> wilM»e hrnu/'vl nut ' cane warning centre 

Friday morning »nd presented !* | ** Acton. Oot , flown night lhat the rebel warships bv rescue .rev < ui-^y and ‘The Wg queatioi 

to palleni* In th* Veteran*’ *^**‘*- were preparing lo bombard Rohbms *n>t mt son *ia\ed taken to a ho»piiaI where' " 


Animal QueaBoa Box .. It 

C'ar Comer I* 

Travel f'ohmin . lA 
King Flahermafi Cnnteal St 
noli-Vnurselt .. II 

Padre In Print . . S 

Fntertalnmenl Parade g 

T\ Preview 7 

>'q4«w o# One t 

* • * 

A*lrolog> ft 

ctaMmed n 

Comlea 11 


Croaawoii SI 

Coniraei Bridge _ SI 

Rdtloriala 4 

Financial Nexve II 

G. R. Mortbnore's Coharrm t 
Garden Note* 1 

Island News . 14 

Pattern* tl 

Radio Programs tt 

Hortal ^ . lA. l». SB. tl 

’4porl . A. 9. If 

Tetexlslon tl 

Theatre* • 7 


Friday morning and presented . jn^i* 

^to patient* In tha Veterans’ 

I hospital and St Mary's Priory “ “ ' 

I In th# sfiernoon ^ I * I 

Gardener* with a snrr>hfa MaOflTHnlfi Off taffltiillCfl 

of fan Moom* are aaked lo — 

phofi* tW Colof«l*l at S-4111 I % 

before t pm. Thursday *o fl ' I 7 

. that nereaaary arrangements I _ I 1 O 

ran He made In advaiw'e for LJl d M L..I 

the Friday ro t ier t ion. 

Once a«aln driver* are being Pv r.OPV unAMORF 

InvlM t„ ...1,1 In Ih* mllAc- ^ONtAlS ,AP. - A b.ttl, ,/ 
lion F.ach driver will he given 
onix a Short list of addres.sex *" 

from which flowers may be appearajx'e in New York 

PFked UD M*| Alaatair Rllchte drx>saed in 


bombard Rohhinx *nrt 


son sia\ed taken to a ho<piial. 


where'" 


question iww 


Guards’ Officer Storms F.S. 


Britain Up in Anns 

Single-Handed 


Invuln miUr P-PPY unAMORF cporkwiml by Ihe Bnt»«h Travel A* . «wneihtng he Wwiuid nexet huitirH to the mator • defence— for puMictty lor Rntiah pageantry 

nvlted to axslxt LOSrXlN .AP. - A battle of w;i*l*nsi have been asked to .^^inat er:-s and cvremomal 

rtnK > '^hAT* iirr awd* raged in Britain yeaieniay ^ **'*'* whole bus:.".:’ n TV t«introveny xr*»xe when rs NCe ar« delighted" t==t a Lnodno nexvapaper eartoonisia 

^ . over Ihe anoearant'e in New VorW I‘»iK f spre ' p»rt* ' gallant gaardsman s spnkeaman The 4rot* Guards lampooned the major on the front 

T..- .TT T . ^ K!.. A,.prt, Am«.-.n Irkvl- ,.v, ovrr » Ortoh., M., p^JTon, ol U»m «, Am»r. 

^ ^ ** bhvxawly trymg In do hw host- ”,on at Yankee fUadium and tn a RiirhF xnll be acting as a dkaci- iran girl inapecting his medal* 

Volunteer drivers are asked to • '"i* • Guard* officer thrown into Nex* Yortt night dob reached Uwv pimr oflk-rr lor them W* ap- "An' this mte H I one here-w*! 

phone the Colonial before S p m « *»« oMrsiun hat maelstrom of American pub dito iwswchexl the war office and they that lor pohlVdty nr Just a mili- 

Wedneatlay. , Th# major a L. S. lour la bring Icily » , Th* British Travel AasociaUan l*l him go out early la he oaad lazy caiDpajgnT'’ ah* asked.