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VirrORIA, BRITISH COLI MBI A, Sl/M)AY, fM TOBKR 2, 1955 


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Raciii!' Fans Pack Sandown 


\nirrr (her \lir(*n hsur 




France’s Delegation toUN 

Ordered Home as Protest 


Chiefs l.awyer 
Protests Disguise 
For ‘Girl Friend’ 


VANCX>l'VFR tCP* Lawyer 
John G. Gould Mid Saturday hr 
will demand that llrlen Ktira- 
heih Douglait take the stand un* 
diRfruised when she appears (nr 
rrosa-eaamlnation at the re- 
aumpttdn of the royal rommls- 
alon polio* inquiry here Tues- 
day. 

Mr. Gould said he will di«russ 
the issue with commission coun- 
sel J. C. Hutcheson Monday i 
and then present his lesaJ argu- 
ment before commissioner R. 
If. Tupper when the hearini; re- 
sumes after a lO-day adjourn- 
jnent. 

Helen noupla* tevtifyinu un- 
der her maiden name, has told 
the commission she had a live- 
year awH'laiion wjih Chief 
t'onstahle Walter MuHlgan and 
had been given pre*kenis and 
money. 

She wa.s disguised with varl 
mis wigs, clothes and arres 
anries each time she appeared 
at the hearings. 

Mr Gould, counsel f<»r Chief 
Mulligan, said today “it has 
been some tenturies sln»e a wit 
neM has been allowed to app«*ar 
In a court In a mask and make 
an acciisaflon. I see no riilfer- 
ems* between a mask and a dis 
guise. 


“If- a basic principle of ju.s- 
tlce. ' he added. that a petson 
making an arru.salinn must 
stand up and be identified for 
pu^poRe^ of crosa-examinatlnn. 
which is a basic right in our 
courts. 

I “1 will demand that she* sp 
pear undisguised, and I will put 
her on view In the stand so the 
public can see her. I will ask 
her a few questions for the pur 
pose of Identlcatlon and then 
aak that she step dmvn for a 
few days until t am ready to 
<arr>* on a full cross-examina 
lion." 

Anoilier rea.son for his de- 
mand. the lawyer said, was that 
he consented to the woman’s us- 
ing her maiden name but did 
not know she would be dis- 
guised when she appeared in 

i-oUlt. 

He «ald he would not have 
consented to any dl.sguise If he 
• had known. 

In her appearances before the 
commission, investigating 
charges of corruption and la.sily 
Within the poli«*e fon*. the 
woman was shwlderl by potue- 
n-en from reporiers and phoing 
;raphers and hustled In and out 
of ihe Hearing room. 


Racp-gocrs parked the grand.stand and field at San- 
down fiark yesterday in sufficient numtiers lo virtually 
a.s.sure Victorians that racing will return to the area^. 
next year. The 5,000 fans poured $7S,.135 into the 
' mutuel windows, well exceeding the $57,000 wagered 
I by a smaller ojiening day crowd la.s! Saturday. Racing 
continues at the Sidney track all week and wind.s up 
on the Thank.sgiving holiday Monday. Culonist 
Handicap by Kentucky Bob. who picked three winners 
Saturday, i.s on Page 16. Form Chart is on Page 11. 

AvaiUihU^ if Wanted 

Tax Rental Deals 
Matter of Choice 


British Foreign Secretary 
Supports Paris Viewpoint 

j UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. (API— The French govem- 
Iment, bitter over a UN vole lo delwte the way Francei 
'rules North African Algeria, ordered a boycott of th»* \ 'S 
general a.ssembly and its 

committees Saturday. Members of the permanent 

Dei'isloi. on whether the aelegaijt.n tn i|ie IW an tfi. 
French will cut away entirely Unci Imm ihove sent here f... 
from tlie I’N was to he taken the lOih A-.embly 
at a cabinet meeting in Pari.x were awaiting itiHiruriions tvi 
The cabinet met lor two hours whether the withdrawal is total I 
Saturday and recf*s.sed without or partial and temporary, 
reaching a decision. The whole .Some diplomat=. here pre- 
delegation lo the Assembly ws' dU ied a government crisis no 
ordered home In an overseas the I'N Algeria sUuation. atop 
telephone call from Premier one bn*wing on Kaure's pro 
Kdgar Faure in Parti to French gram for Moroci-o. Whether 
Foreign Minister Antoine Pinav. Kaure ant* Piiiay would aiili, 

temporarily »he --sem- be iv > - ?.-• ; . ■ U. 

bly group here. when they were sch<*dulei1 to i 

Herve Alphand. the new make a pre ticneva visit to M 
French permanent representa- ,ow. was one of the Intriguing 
five here, was also preparing to que^itoni raided here 
fly to Paris, on c*ll for consul British Foreign Secretary 
latlon*. Pinay led the delega- n.rold MacMillan, in Washing ! 
tion walkout from the General ,„n for Informal talks with Se.- : 
Assembly haU Friday after dele 

gates voted 2S€7. with five ab- the Inndent as I’N 

slentlons. to reverse • •''^ring ..growing pains ’ 
t.ommllieederlalon which would .,j ,h(nk thev -the French! 
t-ye barred an A gerian debate ^ 

JiVi- is;: : 

part of France and the UN must 

nor inieivcor on dcKncsiK- matter ronsi.lerahle svmpalh^ ” 

Arah-Asian countries argued that told reporters. 


' the UN could pn>pcrly discuss th-* 
question of human rights m Algcn- 

Pmay and eight members of his 
country’s UN OneraJ Auembly 
deIrgHtion left by air for Pam later 
Saturday night. 

Before boarding Ihe plane. Pmav 
(old newsmen his group ’’would not 
attend any United Nations meet- 
ings. whether In regard to Algeria 
or anything else’* until the French 
I govenunent has studied the oilua 
I tion thoroughly. 

I Commenting on a planned trip 
I (o Mnocov by Pnme Muusler Ed- 
gar Faure. Pinay oaid. 


Tear Gas 
Quells 

Jail Riot 


1^11 11 lOT Canada* three service* com- 

tf A1.J.VF8/ bined (or a mock raid on a city 

BOSTON (APi — Some 250 beach. 

InmltM of .Suffolk 0,unly .ulhorlno, w.r. not 


Praying Woman 
Slain by Shot 

SACRAMENTO (IP) — Mm. Dorothy May 
Mrtorr, 27. shot in fhr hend while reciting Ihe l.ord'« 
Prayer, died in county hoapiUI here Saturday, the 
\lrfim of a grisly Joke. 

.Marynville Police Chief John RIevinx aald (hat 
(icne Alton Harvey, 23, of Beale Air Force bnae. (m»k 
I a revolver from Mra. .Moore’s bedroom thinking It 
HOA unloaded. 

He pointed It at her and told her to "say jour * 
prajerx." Mrx. Moore started on the I»rd'a Prayer. 

.41 (he second line Harvey pulled (he (rigger. 
The gun just rlicked. 

She said the third Hne, He pulled again. I( 
fired. 

Though Navy Ship 
Goes Aground, 
Show Impressive 

VA.N'COUVKR iCP The dei onstratlon. in part, was tn show 
troyer HMt’.S Athabaskan went P^lde )ust what "an un- 
Mgfound off smoke-shrouded'^*^***"* business war can be." 
•'<f>anish Banks here Saturday | 

but Exercise "Sea Serpent” wo» 1 • 1 

mil a startling demonstration A^fOWOS J? dll 
of co-operation and liming as ‘ 

Canadas three service* Rrkflwir* 

bined lor a mock raid on a city' JL U JLp\ILlli./l 


Boy Pastor 


VANCOUVER tCP' -RonnI* 


By TOM r.RKEN ”1" view of what has happefwd »®uoe of ^rrectlon. hurling , available for com V ^ dMUI 

Assembly with **""«■ furniture., avaiuhie for com J 

ColonUt Ottawa Correspondent Algeria, it docs not ***®^ * tumultuous riot for meni on the grounding of the vAVt'OUVFR iCP. .Rnnnu 

OTTAWA— With more than 170 delegates in attend- create enthusiaasn for the inp more than two hours SaiurdayiTrfbal ilaas warship but sn t>f ).u 
ance, the Dominion-provincial conference vv'ill open here 'P^***- m vww , he understood •he!‘ °|'***^ ” snwuver stmy 

on Monday, and mdicatioas are that tax rental agreements .. ^ *E” •"'* before crawd. of more than 200 

win be available to the prov-, i of water 

inces that want them. M# .• ^ R“anis, firemen ^ The Athabaskan. capi*in*-d by | ..... 


inces that want them. 

The federal cabinet, which 
spent almost two days this week 
ironing out new propoMjs to be 
placed before Ihe meeting, is 
understood lo be ready lo make 
Ihe provinces a new offer lo 
a.ssure continuation of the tax 
‘rental plan. 

The new proponals would he 
mode under • new and more 
flexible oel of formulas. The 
“have not” as well m the so- 
called “have” provinces would 
benefll. 


Meetiiifr Today 

Mill Engineers Plan 
Strike Vote Monday 


and pollcemeti were struck hy Lieut. <*mdr t'harles E. Richard- 1 The boy U Ihe youngest min- 
stones hut none was Injured was refloated a short MmeMster attending the three-day as- 
nenously. later with Ihe help of *1 ua and Vmhiy of Jehovah’s Wlinessea 

11^ jail Situated on (Wr.Jug. With jer -alster shir. opened here Friday. More 

island In Boston harbor, wa.s in fayug*. she landei) troops dur- ,.._ ^ 


island In Boston harbor, was in'f«>ug*. she landei) troops dur- ,,.. .. j 

an uproar from stortly after 6J0 mg the hour long exerriae. than 2.000 Witnesses are atiend- 

p.m. tFDTi until the men were allghiiv In i*^ 

driven hack to the.r cells at 8.S0, exercise, one suf 

pm fering a small btirn and ihel'^irnmns and dtscuasing Bible 

During the melm* the inmates, min.or Injuries from a'loples. lie admits, however, 

most of them wiping short nj hlark ammunition Ihere are usually some raised 

terms for minor offences, set ■* 

several fires m Ihe yard, htxike Hxerro.e Sea Serpent” In fyehmw. when he g«»es amund 
window^ snH fiirnihir* sn/1 rnr vtilvmg l.t*W men frf»m the on door to door calls 


fiot** sA w^ll M Ihi* PKv ^ t^rrn^ for winor off#nor$, . 

railed "have” pros tnc-es would A strike volp will be laken Monday and TUesdav the yard, hmke oiTd^rto dn!!r” 

benefll. among powerhouse engineers and firemen in four Vic- *"d furniture and ror,'"'’’*"g l-‘*w men frrun the on door to door calls 

.Slmullan«,usly. the ft^leral torta lumber and shingle mill.s and from Monday until *" Ti?e^mori !Si^a"lar*amV te“ "T*’'*'" **‘^ * quesilnns 

• **rr.nd niwmen graduam-'*'^ ^ 


any or all could acc%i If they mainland. hCur th^^Mr '^"i T” 

wi-<hed to remain nut of Ihe engineers’ * ' * ' sr , fellhlork by using Brig. George Kllching. B' 

sgreernent*. This proposal will ; a meeting la.f -V^r. Commander. «iid the de. 

he made largely to accommodate JV®",;, ** ** * mcel with Nome 2.*i mills are arfej ie.l Once in the building, the In- 

Quehee. Ottawa Is not expecting Victoria men at 1 p.m. to-.U of these on Vanenuver i» mates smashed nearly every ’ ' 

the Diiplevsls gnvernment to ar- In the labor hall. (land thing breakable and threw the, WW7T 11/^ 

cept any tax rental agreement A union sjHikesman said It . Engineers’ union demands pieces at police and firemen ; ml/ 

jplan Ottawa may be prepared to policy to strike and were for a 10 per cent wage Ip i Tear gas wa* f.red into ihet W (11111 i/jt 

union will do everything ln'<re««e. three addlllnnal paid ceJIblock and the men straggledj 

! The ronferen.e, called pri- power lo avoid such action. 1 statutory holidv*. dirty pay out one by one As they reached 1 mm 

'manly to deal w 1th the question but we cannot accept an agree i and other conditions applying to the doorway, they were grabbed \ ■ I I g-s £\ L-a /^a * •# 

'of rax agreements between Ol- ment negoilaled by another I individual planta. hy police and hustled Into a v/ilL I lUUl 

jlawa and fhe provinces which union i Wage rates now range from nearhv prison wing. 

expire on March 31. 19ri7, also, “We were no! consulted and'Sl.W an hour for second ria«s Aft^r (he water and tear gs^ . .. 

will consider. the Hesilemem reached U con-lfiremen to »1 95S for third assault, a Jail officla) said ”lr ^orM Herie* bmoeht 

1. A national health Insiir- sidered far below the rates paid Idas* engineers. looks )|kn «r’ve got the thing **X*».V. •* 

aiw plan, pr^aN.v on a eon- in other industries." the spf,kes- Victoria mtlle emplovtng 23 under control now 2) and KOMO-TV (rha 

e . I . loperallng engineers, include The rioters Ignored severali -ri»- ftfii. — k.i 

1. lnemplo.vmenl asnist i The union w as offered thejCrowe Gonnason Ltd.. M.x»re shot gun vnllevx fired over (heir ^ 

I agreement as that ac- 1 Whittington, McCariersShtngle heads during the height of the !><>d«rra may also be h 

I (onllniied on Page 1 ;< ekied by ll»e IWA. which gave .Mill and Smith Uedar Produ'-is. uprising , and C'-JOR, fUrtlnc at 


'in Increase of five cents an 


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, i.r.r ,^rlous." he says. 

since the .second World War. i , ... 

I The boy-mlnister puts In nin* 
Brig. George Kllching. BC- 'hours a month with his religiou* 
area commander, said the dem work. 


irihutory ho*U.* 

2. Vnenvplo.vmenl asnist- 
ance. 

Conllniied on Page 2 


Community Chest Campaign 


j World Series on TV 
One Hour Later Today 

HorkJ Heriea baoehatl will be oeen on (eleviaion 
an hour later today, at 9.45 a.m. on CRIT (channel 
2) and KOMOTV (rhanoel 4). 

I The fifth name between (he Vankeea and the 

Dodgera may aloo be heard on radio atatioiM CJVI 
I and C-JOK, atartlni; at (he name ttoie, 

All-Out Drive for $210,000 


Flag Ceremony Will Launch Red Feather Drive 


When a simple Red Feather flag 
reaches the top hf a flagpole at the 
Legislative Bufldlngi at .3 this after- 
noon. the 1955 Community Chest 
campaign for S310.0no tn Greater Vic- 
toria will he officially open. 

First reports on progress of the 17th 
annual drive wOl be posted at noon 
tomorrow after firemen hoist a ”Re<i 
Feather” thermometer at the Douglas 
and risgard corner of the Hudson's 
Bay Company department store, where 
new totals will be posted daily. 

More than 290 volunteers from 
business men who began the Industrial- 
commercial nnvaaa of oome 2.000 


firms a week ago will step up (heir 
effnrta. Another 1.400 canvassers will 
make final preparations for the rest 
dentia) drive tM^ining Oct. 11. 

Urging everyone to give “generous 
financial support to this worthwhile 
appeal." Premier W, A. C. Bennett said 
yesterday: 

"It la unnecessary for me lo cata- 
logue (he good work of the 17 recog- 
nized health and welfare organizations 
which appeal for your help under (he 
Red Feather campaign. Every think- 
ing citixen must be fully aware of the 
magnificent work being performed by 
thme organizations.” 

Everyone should give "as much os 


they ran to help the lesa fortunate." 
said Mayor Claude Harrioon. “There 
can be no doubt whatsoever as to 
heneflu accruing from the Ommunlty 
Chest campaign. 

’’ll la a monument to charity and 
civilization Itself that such a campaign 
It In operation." he .Mid. "W'e. there- 
fore, should hack It to the limit ’’ 

Acting-Premier Eric Martin will 
represent the provincial gov^rnnvenf 
ar^ Aid. Auatin Curtli (he city during 
the official opening ceremonies this 
afternoon. Padre If F. Pike of HM('S 
Naden will give the Invocation and a 
Queen s Scout wUl raise the flag. 


Repreorntatives of the munlripali- 
ties. the chamber of commerce, the 
armed forces, the RCMP and each of 
the 17 Red Feather agencies will also 
attend. Ceremonies Include the hands 
of HMCS Naden and the Queen’s Own 
Rifle* and a QOR honor guard. 

Cheat president Courtney Haddock, 
campaign chairman R. M. <Din(yi 
Moore and Cheat founder F F. Wtns- 
low will speak to a canvaxsers' rally tn 
the Ddeon theeire tonight. The film. 
"The Night My Number Came I'p" 
will he shown, eourleay *f the J. Arthur 
Rank organization. 

Committee chairmen are: 


William MrColl and Kenneth Wills. 
Urge firms: Harry CUdweil and H. L. 
Alexander, smalt firms; Mrs. R. A. 
Dykes. Mrs. R. A Roberts and Mr*. 
Evelyn Forreai. residential drive; Brig. 
John Adam, federal employees: Cmdr. 
J Hall. HMC Dockyard; MaJ. E. D. 
Pnee. army; Peter Ranuiay, provincial 
employees; Dennis Young, municipal 
employees. R. W. Phipps, special 
names: C. W. Halford, profeaatonal 
division: Thomas McMoater. collection 
and accounting, and Qllott Brown, 
publicity, 

Tbe 17 Red Feather agencies are: 
Victorian Order of Nuraca, Family 


and Childrens .Service Canadian 
National Institute for the Blind. Cana- 
dian Arthritis and Rheumatism .So- 
ciety, John Howard Society, YMCA. 
YWCA. Fred Lansberg Sunshine 
Camp. Boy Scouts. Community Wel- 
fare Coundl, Canadian Welfare Coun- 
cil. CoJumbia CoMt Mission. St. Vincent 
de Paul SodHy. Citizens' Recreation 
Rooms. Senior Auxiliary to St Jooeph'i 
Hoapftal, Christmoa Bureau, and St 
Jolm AmbuUnoe Asaorlatkm. 

Donations can be allocafed to one 
or more agencieo. and arc deductible 
foe Income tax purpooea Leas than 
3 per cent of total eontribuUosia go«s 
to meet eampaign eoela. 


Give— Through Your Community Chest! 





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tS. JOSKPH CASEY, who died last week, will be 
remcmlxTjHi by many people for little acts of 


t'*nurr ttj dlltct* wai th<> ‘ trt*ni(''i- 
(inus lave And loyalty the p«H>pIe 
nf the Brliiah Cummiai wealth iur 
Um* royal (amlly and the crown ' 
Kpeaklnc ax honored uptest at a 
Grey Cup toolhall festival dUuvr 
the lleulenant-cov 


.-'Evory day a little flock o( mallard ducks crossed 
CorRC road to Mrs. Ca.sey’s place for a feed. It was 
said that Mrs. Casey bought a sack of grain every 
month to give them. 

Once, when a mallard was run over and hurt, 
she spent $17 to build a pen in which she kept it 
until the injurv’ healed. Instead of turning Jt loose 
nmontj "those rough ducks" of the Gorge, she took 
it down to IVacon Hill park and liberated it among 
the fat pampej-ed mallard that live on the people's 
bounty. 

The duck.s of (he CfOrge mu.sl feel bewildered 
when they cross I he street and there Ls no friendly 
hand to scatter grain for them. 


STELCK’S SUPER-HARDWARE STORES 

FINAL CLEARANCE 

1954 FRIGIDAIRE 
FLOOR MODELS 

YOUR LAST CHANCE TO GET IN ON 
THESE TERRIFIC SAVINGS 


Friday ng;ht 
emor said be was xure that the 
feeling It dueflv feurtded on "the 
love and admimllon of (he Briiith 
people for true family We " 

Mr. Wallace taid be wt.<(hex mor 
[K'ople could have the perwnal nMi- 
tart with Queen KItzaheth and tl ■ 
Duke of ^mburgh that he nas 
had an Ileutenant-gdA'ernor. 

He said that then "they would be 
belter able to appreciate why thU 
great depth of feeling exists (or 
our royal t^ily." 

Mr. Wallace said the office of 
the lieutenant-governor fulfills en 
Important place at a link between 
the crown and (he people of ;he 
ownmonwealih and alw> as an 


New evidence ha.s come to me that there ia still 
some spirit of adventure and independence left in 
the world. 

For lastanop, a follow I know' started puffing a 
rigaret while he filled the gas tank of my car at 
a neighborhood pump. 

"DoeRn't it scare you to smoke with all those 
fumes around?" I askoti. 

"Oh. no," ho said ca.sually. "You have to die 
some time " 

•'I certainly admire your courage." I .said, throw'- 
Ing him the money and stamping on the accelerator. 
1 continued to admire his courage, from about half 
a mile away. 

That .sort of courage i.s like an oil painting. You 
have lo stand hark before you can enjoy it. 

My friend has since ceased smoking at the gas- 
pump, and I buy gas from him sometimes. But I took 
my hat off to him, from a safe distance, for his fling 
at living dangerously. 

The other dav I dropped in to see .some friends 
who had a new TV set. Instead of sitting stiffly in 
chairs, wo all reclined on the floor. It wa.s Informal 
anfl civsy. In fact, we couldn’t have sat anywhere 
eUe. My friends were just starting their home here. 
TTiev had no furniture— except a .stove, a bed and 
a TV' -set. 

As long as we have young people who are ready 
to thumb their no.ses at convention, and .start out 
with a few necessities like a stove, a bed and a TV 
set. there is hope for the world. 

* ♦ ♦ 

Then* was an error of fact In last week's 
"Profile" story of the Rev. I>. C. O'Connell In the 
Ulander magazine. 

The name of thf late O. E. B. Stoiiey, a 
fellow-cadet of Mr. OTonnell's on (he training 
ship Conway, was wrongly associated with a 
prank which lie did not commit. 

Owing lo a misunderstanding, he and another 
lad were said in the story to have mischievously taken 
one of the ship’s bont.s and run away. In fact. Ihi.s 
escapade was carried out by another cadet, who wa.s 
expelled for iL 

Mr. Stoney graduated honorably from the Con- 
way: later liecame an airline pilot, and was killed 
as a fighter pilot In the Battle of Britain. 

He did go in for other pranks, such as balancing 
on top of a mast, and "bU77.ing" the ship with an 
aircraft. 


Han'^sting bumprr crop for farmer William Sapdtik 
of Aylmer, Ont., is "for the birds," strictly speaking. 
Because, as you may have guessed, it’.s quite a prob- 
lem trying to hanest a crop, of all thing.s, bird .setvl 
—a sample of which Is displayed here by Betty 
Webster. While growing white and yellow millet is 
not unu.sual in Canada, Sapcluk said he wa.s the first 
in this country to grow spray millet, a kind of dessert 
for birds.— (Central Pre.s.s Canadian) 


Oirlctniat Butrau. ■ Rrd Feallvr 
agency which takes only 20 cents 
of every SlOO donated. prov{d*K] 
gifts of cash nr food to 200 (amlliei 
In Greater Victona last year. 


2 ONLY 


Tax Rent Agreements 
Probably Available 


DELUXE 

FRIGIDAIRE 

RANGES 


rontlnoed from Page 1 

S. \ Joint public Invest- 
nient and natural reiMMiri'eii 
deveiopnuent plan. 

! TTie coming week's conler- 
ence one of a serlea held over 
the years— could he the moat 
Important of lla kind. U will be 
held without the strain of 
either war nr impending war. 

and at time when the wave of - ^ 

economic prosperity in Canada health insurance plan Is aLso to ment 
Is at an all lime high. The pal- receive consideration. Few an- be of 
tern whleh might be establish- dripate that 
ed at this time could conceiv- Hhely tn emerge 
ahly chart a new murse In It 1* expected 


•e (hat might he set up to Investigate 
n ahead the entire situation, 
a with A general agreement on the 
desires unemployment question la also 
. I.*ur- expected. In principle. Ottawa 
1 * the is prepared lo pay the pro\ 

■ now Inres half the co.si of relief when 
e prov- rt per cent of (he population 
I their of a province was unemployed. 

The federal government’s pro 
national pnsals regarding a Joint Invest- 
program are expected to 
a general nature. Speed- 
any set plan la.Ing of the work on (he Trans- 
at this lime. Canada highway will likely be 
a committee considered. 


The lie luxe range for the 
-small kitchen . . . full width 
cooking lop lamp, new Im- 
perial ( <H>k->IaHler Oven ( <m- 
(rol. fiill-wldlh storare drawer, 
l.lfe(|me roreclain finish on 
cabinet and oven, nne-dlal oven 
control, oven signal light and 
many other Frlgldalre fea- 
tures! 


course 

delations betw-een Ottawa and 
the provinces. 

While flacal relations be- 
tween the provinces and the 
Dominion loom as the mojor 
Item of bu.sinrs.s on the agenda, 
Prime Minister St. Laurent has 
bluntly warned that Ottawa 
cannot go much further than It 
already has toward aaststing 
the provinces. 

He «ald, at the mnciusiofi 


whatever plan (a agreed In at Kensingtons throbbing Iraf- with an apple free beside 

the conference. If ewnnot coat garden— 14 stream fed by a small 

the federal treasury much *|''^*’* fully-grown trees, rare fnij, Ne.nrhy. goldfish swur 
more (Kan now. The proposal ri™, ""'I fl'^wers— soon will Uny pond ilaiqtled with wntei 

the federal government has «>«Ky win- The vis.ior may step fro: 

t>ren studying would make peaceful haven onto a balcoi 

for a more equitable dJsiH- ** the weather stays stare across vast, busy Lone 

hutlon of (lie wealth of Can- I*”**- *hc garden on the roof of a the mtxty dl.siarwe lie (he 

ada. blocJt wide. f»ve-siorey I»ndon de- and domes C J. 

Tax rental agreements In the 'IVrry and Toms) triple rhimneys of Battersea 

fiscal- year will cost ,, thousands siafion 

''ill bn>wse ihnHigh tt. 
fringed Tudor walk*. r~ 
enrhaniing Spnmali robbietl court- r....... 

yard. They can sip tea and watch will he* 
ducks paddle In a brook 
The rooftop (.iiryland is one o( 

London's m«»re surpr 
marks, Tt w.u opened ii 
Dn- three yoars of pl.tnni 
arrangement calls for Karl of Athlone. who 
e sucres Cnnndn’s govemor-genr 
The roof ia dwided 
an old Kncl 


Garden iSotes 


*he roof of a the misty dLsianre lie (he spires 
1 of churches and (lie 
i power 

Below, (he ufKlerground 
!-s grass- trams surface momeninrily at Ken- 
or into an slnglon Tfigh street. 

Soon, though, the n*)f garden 

* closed for the winter, and 

(he gardening staff will take the 
summer plants to the nearby 
: land* greciihou.se. Trees will be pruned 
IS aftei and xhnihs trimmed In »*o)d sprtl.s 
by the the goldfish wilhswim beneath a 
er was sheet of Ice ^ 

The soil — at its deepest only 2't 
) three thick -will he refreshed and 
garden stenlued And then spring will 
m and bring Nature bark to her ganlen 
ganten jn the sky. 


luckling Liover 
A Tough Egg 


With PiLsh-Rutton Defrost 


current ^ 

Ottawa ahoiit^2S.000.000. 

In return,^ Ottawa receives 
personal income and corporation 
taxes and succession duties from 
all the provinces hut Quebec 
and Ontario, Quebec has con- 
sistently refused to enter Into 
a fax rental agreement 
taiin's 

the province lo rerwlv 
Sinn duties, hut its Income ani 
corporation taxes go to (he fed- gardcas- 
•ral government. iwi(h its 


f.lghlnlng fast .Automatic Ke<M-t Defrosting 
. . . Juat press a button. Kefrigerator (urna 
Itself on when defrosllng Is completed. Full- 
width freexer and hvdrator, (iilll drawer. 
Ire trays, meal lender. e(e. 


The pips from Jap oranges— 
the kind told at Chri.stmas— 
wtIT make a. (lowering tree 
much quicker lhan any of the 
other common citrus frull.s. But 
even these can be slow unless 
you pinch their toes by crowd- 
ing (hem Into a pot Just a size 
loo small for them. Your plant 
will need your sunnleist window 
and lots of water, with an occa 
slonal pkich of Liqut Life or 
other aoluhle fertilizer In It. 

oRf-:<;ov ('.RAPE. (j. n s.. 
Royal Oak I 

You can kill the Oregon grape 
and wild blacKbetry seedlings 
which are appearing In your 
new lawn by spraying with 
2:-I:ST. If uaeil at the strength 
recommended on the package. 
It won't injure your lawn 
grasses. 

Regarding your dogwood 
seeds. I think you would gel 
better geixninallon If you mlxeii 
the seeds with damp sand and 
allowed them to stand outside 
all winter. In spring low the 
sand-seed mixture in a pre- 
pared seed bed. 

MRS. MINKINS PINKS. (E, 
M., Victoria) 

Your Mrs. Sinkina pinks have 
burst their caiyxes for one of 
three reasons; overfeeding, lack 
of lime In the soil, or gas fumes. 
Lack of lime is the most com 
mon cause, and my practice Is 
to keep all my pinks mulched 
W'ith limestone rhlpa. If you 
prefer, you esn scratch a little 
hydrated lime Into the soil 
around your plants- -about one 
heaping tablesponnful per plant. 

I'm afraid you can't divide 
your moM rose at you would 
a herbacloua perennial, as it is 
a shrub, with only a single set 
of roots. If there are any tuck- 
ers, these can be detach^ wlfh 
a bit of root and planted up. or 
you can take cuttings, prefer 
ably In August, but It won't 
hurt to try It now. Use a hor- 
mone rooting powder. Insert In 
sandy soil, and cover with s Jam 
Jar until rodted. 


BV M. V. ( IIESMX FKHS • 

K('< KI.INU t LOVER 'H. C. 
M.. Dumam ^ 

The pesky little weed Infest-, 
Jng your garden Is Suckling 
Chjver. ami he 1* a tough little 
egg. mo.sl difficult to eradicate.^ 

TJie only chemical treatment 
which give* any promise of 
lucrexs Is a mixture rtf 2:4 D 
and 2:1:^T, which you can buy' 
under the name of RnishKIl. 
Brush Bane, etc, This will clear 
|i nut of The lawn but of course 
you can t use a scIcciiLe weed ' 
killer anywhere near other : 
broad leak’d plants In the vege- 
table nr flower bed« Hand pull- 
ing nnd scuffling with the Dutch > 
h'«* is atxTUt the only answer 
here. 

SEAFRONT SIlKliRS. (AM. 
Saanirhtom | 

The problem of selecting a 
foundation planting for the sea- 
facing side of your home, only 
100 feet from -iiltchuck. it to 
find subject* which will stand 
up under the effects of salt- 
laden W'tnd. I 

One goofi shrub Is Alrlplex. 
Halimus or Tree Purslane, ' 
growing about five high.* 
with sUvrry-grey semJ-ever 
green foliage A good specimen 
•houlil cast around $3. Cotone- 
aster Lactea U another gnM 
wind resisler which can he 
trained to Just about any height I 
you like, A g‘H»d specimen wlH| 
al.so run around S.1. 

You can also select any varl 
ely of Escallonia or Tamarlx' 
for sifch a IcKatlon. and these 
are pru'ed considerably cheaper - 
—around S2 each. 

ROME OF KHARON. (A. E 
] I Victoria) 

It Isn’t neceosary to send to! 
the United States or England to, 
purchase (hit shrub. .Most of. 
the varieties mentioned In my| 
recent article ore stocked by 
Victoria nurseryman. 

JAPANEHE ORANOR TREF..' 
(J. H.. Victoria) [ 

I don't think It would be wisej 
(o plant your little Japanese 
Orange Iree out in the open gar-! 
den this late In the season It 
ahould realjy have bwn outrtrtej 
all summer, and thla Is about] 


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Tm mn (Mf ap to IMMM. bgt 
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Dail^ dolonist Vietorii, A.c^ Sm.. o«i. z, 1W5 3 I Starting Yoiin*^ 


Weslern Envoys 
In Egypt EInrry 
Over Arms Deal 


PARIS (NANA) — CUiidr Doirlllr. eallrd up for 
miliUry v^nico In North Africm. b hat'k homr and out 
of thf army, lib frrt are too big. 

Six-foot -fw>ven in hb <u>ck!«, 21-yrar-okl C'laudo 
takr^ Hixr 14 bo<itx and the army juxt docs not ha\o 
any that big. 

Purina hb brief military career Private Doreille 
also had bt^l trr»iible. Hr had to spend hb first night 
in the army with his feet projecting 11 Inches beyond 
the end of the Im^I. 


CAIRO, tcypt <AP> — AMistanl lunnted tlgyptian leaders and ren- 
Seereviry ot State George Allen dered Allen's diHicult mission even 


tinn and was told to get on the weighing machine. 
Claude’s 2H0 pounds smashed it. The army only 
catered for rlient.s up to 245 pounds. 


regain K^ptmn vonlidenrr uith some kind of Amenran arms A 

Allen and the British, French *■ » counter lo the Czech deal, k 

and Russian nmbahsjiiloni all «!* ; jF 

Nasaer in a busy round ol diplo- -JK^a .Jh 

malic ronferetwes during the day 1 / 1 | \| WIBi M 

The Premier ami tlgypUan lead- * Ve 1 1 1 nCS0fllS 
ers declared broken promises were Mfd. then 

a prime n‘a«in for Egypt’s switch 

from the West to the Cnmrounisi 0110^31^108 aroum 

bloc lor arms. 

After his two-hour meeting with OTTAWA (CP) — The Victorian 
NoAser. Allen denied he discussed Order of Nurses ha.s awarded bur- 
the jn*ssibUity id eanrellmg Ameri- sanes of S750 each to 51 nurses by Mrs. j 
can ei'onomic aid In Egypt as a fo • pjstgraduale training, the VON is 

reprisal for her arm* deal with annnuncnl Wednesday. small to g 

the Cecebs* Tlie nurse*, from arms* Canada. but 

Press report* that he was bring- will study for certificates In public ''hich she 
ihg such an "uliimalum'* had in- health nursing lo qualify them- phoiograpi 


1st In Victoria 

THE NI.W NKCCNI 


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tn »tm— fully •Ulumailr— «oM 
(VfMihinc •iibout dl»r« 


.JACKSON. Mias. (AP»-Two Ne 
reported to have seen a 


groes, 

Chtrago Negro boy In the hand* of 
kidnapper*, have been removed 
from Ut»*us;rr‘ by other Negroca. 


HARVEY.' J. MKEDS 


What a choice it is . . . suits 
in the popular boxy styles, 
some trimly tailored for per- 
fect fit . . . others in more 
casual design. Two and three- 
piece ensembles . . . suits 
touched with fur or bright 
with clever fashion detail. 
It's a style show in Itself and 
there’s the size, the fabric 
you want in this wonderful 
display. 


This Is 

National Pharmacy Week 

October 2 to 8 

A Wire Received From The 
Department of Health and Welfare 

p T. uoieixy. PREsintHT. 

CANADIAN PHAlUAACtUTtCAi. 

AaaOCIATUM. INC 

3JI VICTORIA aniprr. 

TORONTO. ONTARIO. 


rrfi«KPd in lha bnek building timio place in one day. On one project 

for »nmr 30 years, said the brick- Mewls said that after the a man may lay several thousand, 

layer* basic fords, his hammer, jirrhilcrl* specified re- On « complex job he may only 

trowel and rhisel. are much Itir roncrcte building* wmol.v »bout 500. 

aame as thoar uied hundretl* of of hek of competent A more rs*cent development 

years ago. bnrklayers. But today, more and has been the SCR brick, named 

During Mr. Meerls' lime at the more building* are eonsiruclfd after Slnictural Clay Research 
trade, many rhanges have be n from brick. I department of the l»5. federal 

made, primarily m an hilrTtuce. However, he said there has beeir government. ’ Thl.s brick Is six 
One reason for this, be explair»p<l. « definite ircivl .*»av fiom the inches wide, twelve inches long 
was the *hoilage of r*ompetent eintiorale brick work of year* pa»i and two Inches thick, and ha* en- 
liru-klovers, but since IHI the fn- The fancy an*h. for utslance. hd* abled the cost of brick houne* to 
du»lry has l»een regnmirtg much ol largely been dropped. _ be brought in line with that of 

tlw> ground it lust. The building uf rimilar taiierrd frame stucco huu*e.s. 

AlKiut 1930, be said, brick build- brick smoke slack* ha.s become an Dti# to the slx-lnch width, no 
lug trade dropped and for about 15 art limited to only a few spe< laUsts filler material i* needed to cum- 
years there wre virtually no ap- mmnlained by manufaeturers of plete the wall. After the brltdis 
prentices. WTien war broke out and the bnrk used in that work. , have been laid, the inner wall la 
the demand inerraaed. many re- Another type of special brirk-linsulated, and two-by-two up- 


TRI DarARTMIC?<T OF NATIONAL HKALTH AND V.XI- 
FAR* WITH THX CANADIAN PHARMACCI TICAL 

AaeOClATION IN DtOtCATlNQ THR WCSX OF OCTOBER 
aSCOND TO DOHT TO THE FHARUACiaTB OF CANADA 
DUfUNO NATIONAL PHARMACY WCSK WB FAY 
TRlBirTE TO Otm FHARMACiara WHO FtRY A VtTAl. 
ROta Of THE FROOUenON AND DtaTRlBUTtON OF 
OKVOe TO RRINO TO CANADIAN COMMUNtTlSa THR 
BFNRFtTN OF MITICAL RCIRHCR PHARMACY AS A 
aPBTlALlXRD HEALTH BERVICF PROVIDES AN INTI- 
MATE Lime BrrwEEN amoenrra ahd the furuc. 
UPON PHARMACY THE HEALTR AND WRLL-BBNO 
OF UB ALL HIPRHrSi TO HO NMAIA. EXTMfT I AW 
FtRABrr TO irnOE CANAOtAMa TO .KUN TH THE 
BAILTW TO YOUR FROFERNION DtTRlHO THE OSSERV- 
ANCE OF FRARMACT WEEK. 

FAUL MARTIN. 


CLEAR YOUR SKIN 


■■If. fluflEtirinf bl*a\un«i riinplM. 
EcMBa. lIcblMf. ScAlf BklB. PtorlBtla. 
Arn*. AU>IH« » Foot, Bi»(kA«*ai. or Hrd 
Blewhts mkArrow pM. tn HUODBtM 
toeifbt. Work* Bhikt yo« •!••* I 0«ub« 
IMhlBc. WreUf. MBArltnt M T Mkn«t«a. 
a Xllu MAaf ti-rwA sHmi ta« n*l c*um 
of akW dlMwAort. l Rflsk ImbI Um kkia. 
•ofut. aoiovlbkr, UebMr. AaE Mur arui- 
(Ut tar mxoOISlM t«dar BBtUfBctMi ar 
maba* bark AM l« rl««a your akta bbU- 
uw KiaoOERM MsdlCBMe Bob*. 


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Fitmtand Mourns 
For James Dean 


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people hear? If you do, you are Invited to try one of 
our latest mode! hearing-aids, without obligallon. We 
stork different makes and models to suit all degrees of 
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HOLLYWOOD James 

Dean. Ibe sensilitc young ac- 
tor who could well h(H‘(ime Hoi 
ItW'KMi* first pustliuxnuus 
Acsflemy Award winner, will be 
burled bark home In Indiana. 

From Faso Hobles. ('allf.. 
near where the 2-lyear-oUl alar 
wa.s killed Friday night in hi* 
ir«0-mlle-anhour Austrian 
sfuirts car. his father announced 
the funeral arrangements. 

Here at W'amer Brother*, the 
aludlo where Dean loomed fo 
Aiardom in ’‘I'Ui.sl of Eden,*' It 
was «s if a hurrirane had 
ravaged the lot. Fverybodr was 


stunned, especially on the set 
of “iJlani." Ms last movie. 
Jimmy finished his scene.* only 
the day liefore his death. 

I Kfnir huur* after the rest of 
I the company h/fd reported for 
I work Satuntay. not a camera 
I h«<l turned. KJi/abeth Taylor. 
I his co *tar, took it the hardest. 
I (Vying un.Tshamedly. she 
said: "I ean'l twliexe It. I'm .still 
slunneri.” 

Makeup men were unable to 
pet her ready for shonhng bf- 
eause of the tears. iVan. con- 
sidered ecfwntne by some out 
Aiders, was well liked by the 
people with whom he worked, 
A non-conformlat in the Brando 
tradition, he waj hard to get lo 
know. Rut those who knew him 
beet all tagged him a nice 
fellow. 


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mend replacement— with a genuine FORD Factory Re-built motor. It cost* 
no more than a tomplefe engine overhaul— lese than HALF the new en- 
gine price— yet carries the full new engine guarantee. See for youraelf^ 
then get *et for year* more driving pleaanre! • 


JAM'* ’ ROHE! 


N Jl’STICK 
Veteran rhararter a. tor In J. 
Arthur Rank Kims. James Ro- 
berfaon Ji/stlre ha.s a key role 
In "Above Us the Wave*.” film 
ainry of the bombing of the Tir- 
pltr, which will lYinitniie at 
the Odeon Theatre until Thurs- 
day. Odeon will follow with an- 
other interesting wmr movie, 
Audte Mtbphy'a 'To Hell and 
Bark ” 


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T HK .sf’venlPi'nth apfx^ai of thi* Com- 
munity C'hpst in fin*at(*r Virloria m 
many respects will he the most important 
one of all. It will tic a practical le.st of 
the RrowinK .support for an united cfiarTt- 
ahle drive onr*e in the year for all purt)OM*s, 
and It will Rlye the voluntary* sub.scrlptii*n 
from payroll plan it.s first eame.st work- 
out. On Imlh counts we lofik for the 
success of the Commiinity Che.st cantpaimi. 
ns one firm step on the road to newled 
improvement in the community’s method 
of hafKlIimt the vs hole .subject, The <|Uota 
sought. S210,000, is supported hy the 
audited budqets of 17 Chest aceneies ani 
!.s the essr»ntlal requirement of the rurret)! 
period if neqleet of the iinder-privileccd 
is to he kept out. 

The central featuiv of the Chest ram- 
pnigri will lie the piivroll plan, hy means 
of whirh individuals and groups can 
budget over the year whatever a.s.sistan»*e 
thev mav he able to cive in .support of 
the known objectives of th*»se 17 agencies. 


with a ns'orded ca.se load. The agencies 
themselves and the work that they do in 
the Greah*r Victoria area are too w'cil 
known to require elaboration. This com- 
munity would lie much the poorer if thi»se 
flekis of f*ndeavor \vei’e*negle<ied. and a 
sad gap left thereby between the points 
where statutory giving left off and uncei- 
tain private pl^il^nlhropy began. For 
those engaged in the several fields con- 
<*erni'd it is not merely the pnihlem of 
the rase load, hut the emergent and critical 
needs of individual human beings. 

White a real test of the voluntary pay- 
"mll sulisrription plan mark.s this year’s 
eamr«uen as its distinctive feature, the 
major question of one united appeal or 
mans* In the course of a year undenies 
the whole is.sue It is our belief that 
Victorians individually have done their 
own reflevtion on mat «corc. and that 
they will vvelrome thi.s opportunity to give 
practical expres.sion to the united way of 
helping those who stand in need. 


A New Era Begins 


A FELICITOUS ('eremony will herald 
the installation tomorrow of Mr. 
Frank McKenzie Ross, CMG, M('. as 
lieutenant-governor of British Cnlumhi.i. 
In the pre<i*nre of his predecess<»r. IJon. 
Clarence Wallace, and attendant officials 
and friends he will be sworn in a.s the new 
renresentafive of Her Majesty In this 
provlnee. an office high in regai^ and one 
whose incumbency Is a mark of distinction. 
A new era will thus liegin at Carey Castle. 

Of necessity each lirulenant-governor 
makes his .separate Imprint and illumines 
his fKisjtion hy virtue of his personality. 
Ka'*h ini’umhenry has It.s own flavor, 
rre.jt«»s its own interest ami apr^al. leflerMs 
its own chamcleristlc qiiali!ie.s. Tliis 
piovince has for the most part liecn 
fortunate in Its line of lieutenant- gover- 
nors, and it looks forward with confidence 


to the tenure of Mr. Roa.«. He takes office 
amid general good will and loyal a.s.sent. 

In his own right he is a man of indus- 
trial note and worth and one who is likely 
in flU rrsruvfs To maintain v»elT the digni- 
ties and responsihililies of his vie'c-regnl 
role, li Is an exacting one inviting much 
persona' sacrifiee and continuous devotion 
to the ideal of serviee. in addition to a 
constant round of official duties. Prox- 
imity has given V'i'lorla almost a pos.w'ss- 
ive feeling with regard to Government 
House and as a enmmunitv It notes the 
entrv thereto of Mr and Mrs. Row? with 
speeial attention It wishes the new 
I'entenant-gov'ernor and his gradou.s 
ehafel.iine siirceK>c in every partin lar. and 
anticipates with pleasure a rontlniiatlon 
of its cijsiomarv close bond with the now 
hi.slnrlr Carev Castle. 


Safety for Whom? 


C AN It Im» that some of the car manu- 
facturers are beginning lo f»v*! twinges 
of conscience? In recent amtounf-ements 
of new models the accent seems to be mope 
on safety than on horsepower, w hich sug- 
gests that the makers may be tiying lo 
atone for the lethal capacity which they 
have been building into their automobiles 
In the shape of power far b(\vond oixiinnry 
needs and stRictura! design permitting 
that power to he convert«'d into terrific 
speed. 

In an industry so highly comf>elifivc 
as aiitoniohile building it is perhaps undcr- 
.standahle that the manufacturers should 
vie with one another for the dubioas 
distinction of producing the fastest and 
most powerful car. By doing so they have 
latterly Incurred rebukes from public, 
press and authorities concern«'d about 
public safety; which may help to explain 
this sudden switch of erapha.sis to new 
safety devices. Thus one hears and reads 


of personal safety belts for the occupants 
of some nf the new cars; collap.sible steer- 
ing wheels, flexible dashhoard.s, and so 
forth. 

What stands out In this connection Is 
the fart that all the.se new gadgets are 
designed for the protect ion of the ocni- 
pants of the car. chiefly the driver. Most 
people are likely lo feel a great deal les.s 
concern for the safety of a driver who 
travels at ?K 1 or 95 mile's an hour than 
for the lives of those who may get In his 
wav. .'^afetv equipment inside a car could, 
indeed. Im’rense rather than lessen dancer, 
josnirinf’ over-confidence and belief by a 
driver that he ran travel at high speed 
with little risk to himself. No one yet 
ha.s devised anything to overcome the 
physical laws prescribing the minimum 
distance in which an object moving at a 
certain speed can be stopped— which in 
the ra«e of a ear travelling at 90 miles 
an hour is something like half a mile. 


The Folly of It All 

WUh Uip return of ihe hunting <»ea<"n. re- 
port-* of f.Ual and near fatal accident* will prob- 
ably hccin i*i>t>rmv! in fmm all pari* uf the 
prnvtn< Om* fatal aci tdfni already iHkcri 
pl.M c tn the lUU'il'T. 

N.i matter hnw U»c .i\rracc hunun.» tal tldv 
U trtn.ssed over. M generally re*ultH fr >m wime- 
on'** cHielcsju’s* . . . someone forget to *ee if 
a gun was lnadc«t. «fmrnno pulled a gun nut 
of a truck muzzle first ; someone ihfuight a 
ahadowy flguie In the hash w*a a deer, and 
another tragdey was w-rtuen Into the hunting 
aeaaon i hooka 

TIU* type of neetdenf will probably be dupll- 
cai^t .vear after .year until the day when every 
hunter take* Ume ntii to ponder the MIy of 
It all One «lmp»e luUe admission by all hunters 
wotUd, eliminate the need for m'wt aafeiy regu- 
lalona. 

That admis-slon mere acceptance of the 
fact that every otjter hunter in the bu-h haa 
the right to live 

• esaR*niLK-«t siiecw eam.RK«a 

The Killing of Twelve 

** is a very »ad state of affairs when a 39- 
member chamber of t'ommrree cannot get more 
than 11 members out at a meeting and then 
have lo telephone indisiduala to make up a • 
working quorum of U. 

On the action of M members of the chamber 
of eommeree. that gr<*up ts looking into the 
p«>MkhUity of having two trains a day u* Vic 
torla an that petiple from this distrh i ran 
travel down lidand and hack In a day 

That only mean* one thing and that 1* a 
■hopping trip In the captlal cUy 

If money atartf lo move down south In a 
■leady stream and gne* Into Victoria shops In- 
atead of Into local atorea, the flrai people to 
bow their heads In sorrow wUl be the very 
people who should have been attending chare 
ber meeting* Instead nf leaving the district's 
business up lo a di>zen rntt^ustasls 

xCOMox rast raiaa 

Towardu a Nfw Hospital 

There ahouid be aatisfacllon at Uie progress 
already made toward s new King's Daughurs' 
Hnapital. 

Under the plan the area covered hy Cow- 
Ichan .School Strict No. 65 will finance the 
project, oui of taxation, that system having 
beeA chobrn as the quickest, most reliable and 


mo.*i s.nttsfactory. Until the cost Is known com- 
ment must be reserved. There will be ounsid- 
crable <*«nnuence. howewr, in the good judg- 
ment of the lepresentailve board of directors 
that the roM I* well within our mean.*. Our 
\*.iuni*ir\ h(»nrd*. Ilk*- our cuunctl*. hove a good 
r. iHit.itiMn for guKrtlmg against undue exptm- 
(l»t<‘rc . . . 

r\ hfiHpital lw>Bun in 1911 a* a voluntary In- 
*iiiui>'in ha< tiad a remarkable career of ser- 
\ire which taxpayers mu.*t now agree to accept 
a* a luxtlftahle cHRrge upon Ihetr cMl/enshlp, 
through taxation nf their property 

•~romcRs* itxnra 

School Ruildinjn Plan 

No r*ne ran di*pule ihe tart that additional 
rl.T*sro an* are a prime fWH'cvliy, Children 
muHi be gtxcn an ecjucathin Kvery taxpayer, 
we are convinced, agree* on that point. 

But a former -tchuol trustee questtoha the 
wlNdntn of the b«wird‘]« dei laion in axking ihe 
ratepayer* to ondnrM* a brand new office build- 
ing lie makes out r strong case. He maintain* 
(hat ratepayers must provide money for the 
e<lucaiiun of children but tie feels the xame 
property owners shotjld not he asked lo pro- 
vide new administration farillties from their 
‘ sagging purse*. 

If the irus'ee*. after assessing the prrthlcm. 
a little more, are convinr-ed that Mr White la 
echoing the feeling of the majorlly of the rate- 
j»a.\«TS. they would be well advised to strike 
me new ll.l.imn adt.um-sirafion building fmm 
the pjopram. Then voter* can approve a pto- 
grsfn for essential new- clas.sroom construction 
tvlihoul hesitation. A new office building 
should not he allowed lo stand In Ihe way nf 
rhildren'a eduratiun 

-•invKT arvirw 

Wi'ekly N>WH|mp4srH 

Tha. circulations of weekly newspaper* tn 
this country have been steadily climbing. The 
number of weeklies serving 3.000 h(wne* or 
rauie has Increased by one third In the past 
decade 

Weekly {oumallsm has been a growing fac- 
tor in both the editorial and adveritsing life of 
Canada, and Ihe staff of this newspaper Is. nn 
Ihe oet'asmn of National Newspaper Week, 
proud to be listed among the 5.000 Canadians 
who earn lAcir livelihood writing for and print- 
ing weekly newspaper* 

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Thinking Aloud 

. of shoes — and siUpt*— and seal- 
log wax— of cwbbagrs and kingv" 


By TOM TAVLOK 


A correspondent suggests I should 
enlarge on my brief comment of 
8 week ago about Journalist* havmg 
idea* lor sale, Y«‘u 
irmfxnber thi* 
f- was supposed to l»e 


Letter from London 


rV Has Long Way To Go 


By RICHARD THOMAS. Dally Colonist Correspondeni 


W KIJ. we have had MI Commer- 
cial lelrs’tston has hit the ether 
and the e>c* of l.,ondoners. Inter- 
ested newspapers have told us that 
Ihe new alternattve tetPNisinn is a 
staggering newspapera 

wtueh failed to arqmre an wTerrst in 
cummercial broadcasting have been 
somewhat rritlcal, and plain disinter- 
ested newspapers seem to think that 
It could have been a great deal worse 
and a gieat deal heiter. Most view- 
er* of (he new TV' shared actor 
Rfdjert Morley's view (In his first 
commercial program* "that much 
worse thing* could happen lo us than 
lhi.s'. 

.SfieakJng personally, a* one mu.-«t 
on these occasions. I reacted most 
favorably lo Mr. Orson Wellea who, 
in opening his senes 
"Around the World 
with Orson Welle* 
on commercial tele- 
vision. made the 
comment; *'If/thc 
home is to he a non- 
stop movie house. 
f;«>d help the home" 

There 1* also some 
thing lo he said for 
the gentleman who asked us (o refer 
to “aliomailve television'* rather than 
"commercial television" explaining 
that we do not refer to "commercial 
newspapers'* because they publi.sh 
advertisements. 

It is an old argument. The main 
differeni'e Is that you van aiill read 
what you like in Ihe newspaper dl*-h 
of fare " you can turn the page, .skip 
en advcrUscfftent nr the laics! mur- 
e'er acrording In your mood or fancy. 

Vou have no h freedom Jn tele- 
vision only the freedom lo switch 
off and not lo look, a* far a.* commer- 
c.al television i* concerned. 

* « * 

I am wrjiing this piece after thrae 
day* of aliemaiive commercial tele- 
vision Tt w’oiild he unfair to attempt 
an intelligent a.-i*esment of the po«- 
sihiliiie.s or even Ihe achievement 
beyond saying perhaps, that It is In 
itself a remarkable achievement to 
have got program* on to the air only 
nine months from the lime the idea 
was conceived hut a* a wag 
pointed out there ia nothing atari- 
l.ngly original in ihe time lag. Tlie 
main reaction of these first three 
(lay* I* how familiar it all i>’ 

Thcie i* nothing new on the al- 
tcinalive program* They are **rap- 
pHT iwrhap* than the BDC*. hut m«'*t 
of the people are familiar Even the 
adveril*mcni* are mosify nur old 
friend* from the movie screen -» -but 
a* one who alwav* objected to a 


f stance, a t h e * i * 

^ which naturally did 

. ^ T5 not arouse mv en- 

I ihuilasm. 

W-'w would 

like me to 

the theme along the 
lines that everyone has Ideas for 
sale Iheir own or someone else'*. 
That is a little beside the exact point 
hut it Is of course perfectly true. 
Even the man who almost automatic- 
ally lend* a machine 1* furthering the 
idea of the man who Invented H. He 
is a partner and a very important one 
since wllhoul him the machine, and 
the idea behind it. would have little 
virtue. 

The sate angle. Inescapable in hu- 
man affairs, bring.* in the mailer of 
money, those tokens of paper and 
coin that all of us value so much As 
my reader say* everyone has lo sell 
something in order to live, whether it 
be an idea of hia own or the concrete 
fnmi taken by aome other idea. A 
washing machine, for example, or a 
motor car. 

* « * 

Talking of automobile*, you W’ouM 
read abnui the traffic jam in Part* 
la&l week, when* some 2t>1.0fX) car* 
m the downtown area* look four 
huur* |rt untangle. There i* an idea 
implictt In thi* new* item and a very 
plain one. *tmply that the time I* com- 
ing soon when there will be no pla>e 
in any city for moiur car* 

periodically one notes concern 
voiced le.si the human race, growing 
so rapidly, will one day so multiply 
liiat it won't be able lo feed itself, .No 
one bothers to link thif growth w|ih 
motor vehicle* although m»»re pe(*ple 
mean*, according to nur present 
idea* aVnit l•comnt^fin, more auto-’ 
mobile*, 

A glimpse of this truth may he 
had even in our quiet town, there are 
m'lmenfs on Government Street when 
(here i* scarce space for ihe traffic 
and thi* Is a buecolic l^^wn comparH 
to a iMistllng mciro|M»lls. The Pari* 
new* Item cited Us traffic jam as a 
frightening preview of what the fu- 
ture hnld.s, and frightening it l« In 
len vear* time alone the problem*- of 
-traffic lights, roundabout*, parking 
meter* will pale into insigntfiranc** 
before the sheer numlier of car*. 
There will literally hn no n»om lor 
them St all 

•* « a 

t.rlUng ha< k to our main Uieme. 
car.* cost money and my criirespoed- 
ent .suggest* that there should he 
move xn*>ncy In cin'ulaUon and that 
ever>otie has an equal right to money 
provided tiiey pracUcc fellowship. 
This L* a double pronged aspei i of iho 
.*-uhject. As people and cars grow in 
profusion them certainly will bt* more 
money tn clrrulatlon Money my 
reader remind* me I* merely a token 
of exchange; true, hut alnce it is the 
only practlml medium Iiy which rn 
manipulate society’s needs no harm 
1* done h> thinking it valuable in It- 
self 

A* for every'me having a right to 
the samf amount ihal would scarcely 
work ou> since human beings are not 
of exact' mould and, presumably, 
never will he N'>r l an humanity he 
reduced to a single drab conformity, 
every man alike m all things physi- 
cal and mental. One of the first re- 
aulls of any «uch robot situation. In- 
cidentally, would be (he er>d of aalc- 
able ideas. 

The condition attached, the prac- 
tice of lellowahip, is no more easily 
reconciled. I fear If everyone prac- 
ticed the kind of fellowship that I am 
sure animates my cprresiwjndent's 
tliinking all would be well. Money and 
motor cart thcmselve*. even perhap* 
the colossal lnrrea«e In populallon*. 
would present no obataclen incapable 
■ of solution But frankly I do not ex- 
pect that day ev^ lo dawn. I am 
doubtful In fact that man's lot on 
earth la supposed lo reach perfection. 



Time C.npmle . . 


pretty girl brushing her leeih in 
front of a movie audience I have still 
stronger objection* lo her doing it 
m Ihe drawing room. It ha* merely 
ftrengthened my revive not to pur- 
chase that particular tnolhpa.«te 

The startling thing abont the new 
television program i* the complete 
lack of originality, ll may be that 
after 18 years of BBt’ Icleviaion 
monoply it 1* policy to prencrvc the 
tradition and make changes giadual- 
fy; but what 1 fear mo.-t is that so 
many former BBC official* and per 
aonalitles have been signed up by the 
new program .contractor* that new 
Idea* are Just as suspect at Televi- 
sion House in Klngsway a* they were 
at Broadcasting House in Portland 
Place. We delected a slightly new 
approach to new*. Crime, for example 
was reported (something the HHT 
doe* not favor), but here again I did 
not feel particularly happy about hav- 
ing an acquitted thug brought into 
!).e drawing room direct fmm the 
Old Bailey. Again I ^eall^e that other 
people may feel differently and wel- 
come the shared notoriety in the 
same w'ay a* they would welcome a 
bixhop! 

Program* apart, the mo*i starUing 
change i* that we can now have lele- 
vision morning, rexm and night It 
ha* made the BBC extend it* hour* 
of transmission and for sll practicsl 
purposes we can have something on 
our screens from 9.30 in Ihe morning 
until 11 o'clock St nighl. It may be 
useful for night worker.* hut i* it 
murder for the housework Televi- 
sion. unlike sound broadcasting i* 
not something which can he led ri- - 
ning whilst ynu get on with the 
rhore*. And there is the hidden men- 
ace of cost. Television lube* in this 
muniry co*l the equivalent of 7'j 
for each inch of screen space, Tlu'.v 
wear out fairly quickly with limited 
trsnumixsion*. A television >ddlct 
t* likely to find himself or^hervelf 
wllh a , massive replacement hill 
which will cut out *omc nf ihe Joy. If 
ynu hire a television «cl and this 
imiude* free repiarement of luh<'« — 
you will have lo pay $3 50 a week 
I nearly (wit'e the hire purchase In- 
stalment i. which la conslderahly more 
than the average family used lo 
spend on enterislnmeni. One enler- 
prising firm, at least, ha* *oughl_lq_ 
match ha enterprise with the hour 
by offering In *upplv replafement 
iuhe« on hire purrha'-e .^uch i« the 
mighiy web we weave' 

* « • 

•The lesson nf these firai three day* 
nf aitemalive lelevisinn *eem* to he 
iha* we are no nearer tn nrtginahty 

By C. E. Mortimore 


Flight to Freedom 


L KFTY Grove pitched the Philadel- 
phia Alhletio* tn a 62 vtrlnry 
over St. Ivoui* i ardlnai* in the first 
game of the Id.'lO world Aerie*. 25 
years ago hMlay. 

Thirty-five thousand fans. Includ- 
ing President Hoover, saw Connie 
Mack's Athletic* knock Burleigh 
Grimes for five base hit* and make 
every one I’ouni. Grove yielded nine 
hit*, but the Cardinal* couldn't make 
them Inin runs 

The self governing nation* of the 
British Cotnmonwealih pledged them- 
»e|vc« tn Empire ir*de. a* ihe Em- 
pire iTrn feren«'e opened in London. 

M»rJorle Todd became Victoria rUy 
wiimen's golf champion at the age of 
15 She defeated Mrs E. Jackson. 
.1 and 1. at Upland*. 

The ferr> Cy P(Vk sailed on It* 
ftuiden ixlp from Swartz Bay to Pul- 
ford Hailior. opening a new Salt 
Spring Island ferr>' *ervlce. 

* * a 

S KtU< with a broom «raa more 
highly valued than Milll with a 
honk. M year* ago. 

V|i loria’s new I’arnegle lihrar) was 
about to open, and the city adverlleed 
fur an ivslstanl librarian, at S^tO a 
month: and a janitor, at 130 Mean- 
while. ■ private firm wa* *eeklng 
men to poat biila and diatribute ad 
vetilslng matter, at f75 a month. 
"Crofton now preoenta a bu.«y 


scene A gang nf men h*\*e lust fin- 
ished grading the road from the 
smeller to the company's wharf, the 
yard engine I* busily engaged haul- 
ing ore from the bin* on the wharf 
lo Ihe Kamplers. xcowloada of ore are 
arriving all the Ume. and everything 
point* to a pmsperou* future for 
thli smeller town." 

* « * 

A RI'NAWAV slave wa« *ei free 
by (be Supreme Cmirt of Van- 
couver taland. 95 year* ago la*( week. 

The slave wa* a 11-year-o|d mulat- 
to bnv who belonged lo Major TlUon. 
Rurvevor general of Washington Ter- 
ritory. Hi* matter had brought him 
to Olympia Washington, from Mary 
land 

He escafied alxwird the United 
5(taic* mail steamer P.ll/a Andgrson. 
Captain Fleming of the ship arreat- 
ed him, and wa* going lo return him 
to his owner, but word leaked out 
when the ship was in the port of 
Victoria. 

H P. P. Create applied to t'hief 
Justice Camernn for a writ of habeas 
corpu*. which waa granted When 
the lad apiwared In court, ihe chief 
Justice ontered him set tree, despite 
the protests of Captain Fleming, who 
held it wa* "a violation of Interna- 
tlonai Uw" to take the hoy from hta 
•hip. 

— emoM rotouMT niaa 
• I 


in prewnlation or .subject mailer We 
have the same old med)e>, of cinnma- 
theatre lechntque w-iih no one quu# 
ceitdin which. NVe go from f.isi mov- 
Ing film lo almost sinilc new* an- 
hoimcement* .ind flic slowcf ihcahe 
l«hnK|\»e The aggregio* effect t* * 
jolting discontent. A» *4*011 a* the 
mind 1* attuned lo actuality it 1* 
taken In ihcatrual pr™iu.-Ur*n sur- 
prisingly slow and pmutcrouH m C4iu- 
trssi and no sduncr is the mind 
adlustcd than wc find oursclvc* 
speeded into the fast moving, arttem- 
packed film technique whicii seems 
much too fast for the dvrr-'tge dinw. 
ing room. * 

We can take ihene ihuigs tf we are 
pret«red for them There seem.* in lie 
sutM-onscipu* reaction if wc dr-cide 10 
go the movies - we are ready for ll 
by ihe lime we have got into our 
«cais» In fad ii L* the newsreel whuh 
aetually seems a hit slow on these 
oceasions- If we go to the theatre we 
are quite ready for llu* slower action 
hy the time Ihe cuilain goes up 
Just s* we sre attuned lo a hu«y 
street as .soon a* we shut the front 
door. 

Television I* a mcilium in i»s own 
right, ft 1* basically inlimaic and 
homely. Aliemaiive television ha.* 
not iTcognl/ed (hi* yet TTie BBC 
ha* been taking a few halierlng steps 
1(1 tlie right direction— hut whoev«-r 
gels Ihete first will have discovered 
xomelhtng worth while. Soon after- 
ward* we may find a new race of ar- 
lls(< who will make television an art. 
'J’hrn H should he g<»iv1 fun. either 
with or without adverMsemeor* At 
(he mrtmeril II seem* all dressed lip 
Wllh nuuhcie particular to go. 


The Packsack 

Of GREGORY CLARK 

H EADWORK u.-eri to be far easier 
and mure ple.i-.;ini than hind- 
work, It was gi-nerally better re- 
warded. (Kiih wllh 
money and prestige 
For generation* past 
tlie ambition of 
•very hand worker, 
from (lie farmer 
■ tfnwn TO (he lowliest 
pifk -winger, was to /, 
give hi* children a 
charu-c ,11 wiiai were 
cillefl beuer thing* 
and he dreamed of hi* des4*endant* 
being clerk*, accountanl* civil ser- 
vant*. mrmher* of any of the pro- 
fes.slon* «o long a* thev- could M>-a 
their head* instead of their hands. 

Wi'hin rhe lifetime of our oldest 
living nrizeos they have seen the 
massive trek of people off Ihe farm 
Into Ihe town* and cltle*. and the 
Immensef strides tn popular education 
whirh oblige everybody to try to use 
hi* head until he I* 16 year* old 
But quite laiely, Ihank* to the tire- 
less ingenuity of Acience. handwork 
has become xieadlly easier and more 
pleasant. By a ihousand device*, *11 
the way from farm implements down 
tn miniRture electric hand tooli. the 
labor, the dirt and the mdlgnliy have 
been taken out of common toll. And 
what I* Infinitely more Impmianl, 
handwork I* now becoming geiVrcally 
heller rewarded than headwork. not 
onlv In wagea but In prestige 
• Headworker*.*’ a personnel man- 
ager lately lnforme*t me. ’’are a. dime 
a dozen ' 

5\'hat makes headwork itill mote 
di«tre**ing is rhe state of ilie world, 
*4) that anybody who l« In the habit 
of using hla head doe* not know what 
to think. HU head huria 

In comparison, consider (he hand- 
worker. the farmer aiding happilv 
aloft on hia (rarti>r. hi^r^wing a 
field O happy man' And the rne- 
chanir. buay all the eight-hour day 
at hi* clean, tidy. engro.s*lng Job. hi* 
mind c'mtentcdly resting up4>n hi* 
beautiful machine (ikiIs. hU spirit 
lulled by a nenae of security and 
hourly acromplithment 

How imif will it be before ihe 
white cellar I* the badge of the 
ahahh) genteel? 


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ColiimlHis Sails Ajain 


ih«( Iri^i'ilaiiuti I* rn fuutv (o ik h relAmahr 
p. _ »»ettcr mcab A»d ih*i hrHlili Kornrihing vrrj 
ihr A -iiafKlanls irp i«i hr help 

nt^hm|i t^pfofp dollar ^UM'i4r<i>. }•: \\ 

rihbran Whrn wr brvNjme cnnsrjoin lliTi Kaiihfwl * 
nhe^ lo hrelih i> uf4Uh, wr are Vi'-toria. BC 
t»r olf lahinjf ihr -'rp f«»>-WBrd. 

^ A CAIIOLYN BAYKIKLD 

aUHin«r r,len?ihirl UniH. 

ViPiorlA, B(' 


Me do 

sub>>tAnlial lo 


Ufa mifwr tnumph for Tom. 
Thr Inr-tnn hrll hung al 
mm>ter before Bu: Ben bui uneo 


Happy l)a>H 

Hnppy d4>'N -tie heir apain 


the Umcr '»•»- led down in 1717 


AHi Jack Shorit have 


asr t I drfi'i,. < T>oi Ml ni' 

h'Jt In iheir own mind* Thrvr 
pruple live on Mie «mall Islands 
r-orihward fn»fn Trinidad and 
Tobago. nampJv <;ronndd ‘<1 
VitweTTT" And the oihrxti- And 
eii h of them la so l«>vely that 
every lover of tieaiily wrmld ho 
glad In help lo rosege M and iix 
|iotfple from ihe shailorlng 
uhirh has Itefallen ir Tho*;e 
people have very Manly ma 
lorul roMnu.ev, and ihey have 
no» ihe money making elwir- 
arier 

And I do noi forget Rriin-;- 
IfonduraK. 1 wonderful land of 
aiih Uoptral beau I y. ahnul 
U'hlrh I should like in wriie 
some more, hut I miisi noi take 
loo murh of vogr •pa'o 

RORKRT F. GI PPY 

R R 1 . 

Wellington, BC. 


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<.bn. •'*' .rirlX ;"V“r "* *' 

nidii bomb fraginentf And some- m 1 aui * 

time around December. Rlj6. Ihe TOM'S TKH MI’H 

great IJS-ion bell, whiiiie gruU Now the mimstry of works will 

voice has b«'n heard in most parts restore Ihe ornate stone tower. I Ml I if I H 3*1 I I L J 
of (he world, will be silenced tem- which sometimes sways gently in 
pomrdy. the wind, and stop the elnrk two 

Big Ben is siill in good shape monih.s for repairs. While Big B-n 

IS silent. Great Tom. a lofty neigb- 
bor in the clock lower St 
raihedral. in as 

imdef>!udy for the British Bmad- 
rnstinc Corporations tradilmnal RpM||Miiip||M 
lime signals. 


rheeis’ 

.May one a^k whai isTanada j ,h,„g hnrvemen and the 
dnifig about the lemlile and de- (an't owe .Mr Randall a big vole 
va>l4t.iig floixjs and hurricanes c»f thanks and a baimucl for 
in other ciitintfies’ going quieily along these 

Linlr or noihlng l.s now heard several years preparing barn*. 
alKiut Ihe catai’lysm <n Pakistan track, etc. and I ho[>e racing is 
and India, where. |i w'a« earlier here to stay. II leaves surh a lot 
reporte*!. a.s maiiv a<» 4'>.00(J.0ii0 of new money in a town. It's 
people were made homeless by goud for evervnne 
flrvKls CLARK, 

.Surely In our provperiiv and Mvrtle alreei 
eorniMitaiive immunity from Vh-truia, B.C. 


Arctic yueeii 
Still Homeless 


VA.Nt'OCVKR 'CP' — The 
orphaned ship .St, R<K*n, con- 
queror of the Arctic, still is 
without a permanent home. 

The former Ri’.MP \e'"*<>I, 
given to the city last year as 
a monument to northern adven- 
ture. has been berthed without 
t Marge by VaiK'ouvep Tugboats 
L'd. But Ihe company now 
need* the spa'-e. 

Another company has offered 
doth space for ihe lime bemg. 

The ship wa-i the first in -ad 
hoih wavs through ihe Norih* 
west Passage and the firsi (o 
nrcumnavlgale the ronlfnent 
'he was retired last year after 
27 vears of «ei-\ue 


Oner again Columbus will sail (he o<’oan blue and on 
a boaf esporially named after him. tbo Italian lino’s 
riag.ship. the S.s. CiLstoforo Colomlio. Ho will bo in 
.statuo form this time, .sculptured by Kdoardo Alfiori. 
w ho i.s soon here in (.^noa taking one ia.st look at his 
20-foot bronze masterpiece l)ofr)re it bopn.s Its journey 
to America. A gift to the city of Columbus. Ohio, 
from the city of Genoa, the statue will be unveiled 
by Vjt'o-President Richard Nixon on Columbas day. 
• — (Contra) Press Canadian) 


miiiee be fnrmeil lo study the 
problem nf recftiiilng more 
student nuts***, came nut of the 
wiridup meeting of delegates. 

The problem wa*. they foil 
the gap in lime heiwe»-n itn- 
giadoation age from higi< 
MhiMd and the minimum age of 
I.S for entering a nursing 
school. Maiiv girls giailuaie 
fi-an -ichool he/«ue they are lb 
and are often drawn Into other 
forms of employment- • • 

D. M. romnilssioner 

of (he R.C llonpital liisuran«-e 
Mecvlce. praJKCil trii*le«>* of 
(or (heir uoiwUiMh 
service In the romniunlly. 
without pay and prcHaed by 
reaponslhillly thal often 
hurt* Ihe private affairs of 
the memhers. 

He o'jilined ihe re-ponsibili 
lic^ nf (he hoatil. which, he 
>Miid .should •niplny a capable 
adminisiratiir to manage (he 
iio>(pital and Mipt>r\lse all per- 
sonnel. 

Other apeakenc on the mom- 
•ng prfrgram were Prof. K. f> 
•MaePhee. director of a I'BC 
hospital admlntsfiation course, 
who .spoke on management, and 
Dr. A J. Brunei. me<lical ad 
minisiraiiM ai St Joseph's lio* 
pUal. who nutlimM hospiut ar- 
rredilaiion. 

Hosts for the lwo*tlav con 
feience were Rovsl Jubilee and 
.St .Ifyseph S Hosniiala. 


Hospitals should not have 
to justily o{>eraMog rosis iti 
'he isimmupity when the tela 
live in<Tcase In exFteiiUii'm't 
fiver the years Is les.s than mativ 
wv es- husine'^^'C*. Umj delegales agreed 
a^ Ihe Island Hospitals Regiottai 
.Mayor of r**n(erence concluded here yes- 
the strictest Jn the terda\ 

Illrertom agreed lhal any 
be further reduction of hivspllal 
t the eipenditurea would he harm- 
mant's ful to the care of Ihe patient, 
ly one ^ single resolution to the 
(penny British Columbia Hn-.piial A>* 
qune snrtatioM asking (hat a lom 


Strict! 

Manv years agn It 
plained lo me ihai the appoint 
ment of the Loid 
I.ondon Is 
world Every aldennan is un«ler 
oath to disclove arivHiing 
niighi know again 
nominee To my lnf« 
Knowledge theie was r 
case, the theft nf a i 
coal sack in boyhotid 
sufficient for -;iJiquallfi 


Street Stithery 
With Fish Heads 


i nmmunlty Ghesi nf Greater 


VANCTDCVER .CP- -Police, 
firemen and garbage irucka 
were called nut Saturday when 
traffic ar a west end Intersec- 
nun was blocked by fl*h heads, 
ankle deep on the road. 

A (ruck was hauling the fish 
heads lo a reduction plant when 
llie lad gale of Ihe vehicle 
opened, strewing the cargo 
along the mad for nearly a 
block. 

Police, unable to cope with 
iht situation, called firemen. 
Rut ii.se nf a fire hose only sent 
the fish heads alllhering along 
the pavement. 


S/Kivets were brought uuo 
play and the city .scavenging de- 
parunem was asked to furnish 
trucks lo a*.*»«i In cleaning up 
the mea< 


publicly-elened board of direct- 
ors. Including bu.sinessmen. 
labor leaders, representatives of 
the profe«:slons and housewives, 
all unpaid for their work. 


•T>78 Hughes road, 
Victoria. Bt’ 


Abolish thp Tax "ll\ 

The ('oonl.sf editorial tiggesi -w 
Ing that the meal lax he ||-| | 
abolished IS rimelv 

When the ptemier of BT rian 
suggests to the public that they |j,|j ^ 
dodge the fa* by soparaie 
checks. It j-eems lmf»erative liiai v 

some immediaie action Is in .uarge 

plates 

It IS most confusing the atti- and <1 
lode of public officials. When plates, 
the combined forces of Liberals ihe n 
and ConservaMve saddled ut owns ' 
with the 3'« tax. Mr Bennett, ]|«i ^ 
voted against, and when he took in (s>u 
offi''^ he Increased It to 3'-. arre.ste 

However, it is hopeful lo read ported 


G. H. E. GREEN 


7M n)KT 
STREET 


OPTOMETRIST 


ns seen 
In “Seventef*n 


GtB wsp taaay.. 


Entries for ‘King Fisherman 
Expected To Exceed 2,000 


^onailtan oZc 


Less than one month remains biggest spring salmon and the Cmirienay si ire, U a $125 suit 
till the Ocl. .31 rinsing dale of biggest tyee. f«»r men or women. *>• 

The Daily Colonist s popular Winners In each cUsiylfIcatlon A 30 -in Winchester rifle is of l'.'i 
"K ing Fl.sherman" contest. will also receive $.t 0 cash pn/es j,y ,|,p nudsun’s Bay Co. 

Some 1.500 fl.sh have already if Ihey subscribe to Ihe Colonist, |h^ blgge*i .-oho. ''f 

been entered and the list i« ex- If not. the S’lO pn/e will gn to Addliioiial VM) cash prl/rs are Mr 
peeled lo grow to more than the subscriber catching the big being offered bv the Colonist for '■ 

2t«st before Ihe contest closes gest fl*h. luhscnbers who win sjic. lal sV 

and prirs are awarded Merchandise prizes will also ,iraws in each of the four con- ?,'* 

Merchandise prt/es valued at go to the -iib*rnber • aiching the te«r rlivlsioos ’ • 

more than $b00 offered by city biggest fish The contest isopen to all resi Tl. 

merchants and ra.sh prizes loial Bigge.st xpiing will win a dmis of Vancouver Island 
ling HOO offered by the Colonist Beatty aufomaiir w-asher from jbe trout HaRslflcailnn ex sti 

are at stake In the marathon W R Menzles Co. Lid. eludes sea mn rut thmat and 

derhy. Top trout prizv is an umhrelU ,,pHhead. hut Includes all oiher 

"King Fisherman" Imphies tent and two sleeping bag* from ,p,.,-irs caught In fresh water on , 

will be presented by the Colonist Jeiine Bros, of Victoria Ltd. f^i^nd 1 “ 

to Ihe angler* hooking the htg Prize for the biggest ivee, of Tv,e salmon must be <auphl v.‘! 
gr*t coho, Ihe higge.st tnmt. Ihe feier| by Murdorh-fJlrard Ltd . |n (tie AlHernl tanal or off “ 


The Polo-Shirt Sllhouette'a the thing 
in wool flannel . . . exclamation 
point slim skirt . . . casual 
bloused bodice guaranteed by 
an elastlclzed waist nipped 
with ronrour belt, half 
leather, half self 
fabric. Size* 

9 to l«i 


•IVORT* T«f SOAP THAT flOATS LIKE iMAKY OTHER PRODUCTS 
IN MILT USE WAS DISCOVERED BX AaiDCNT. BACK IN I87S 
AWORKMANiNTNE PROCTER £r GAMBLE PLA4T LEFT A MIXER 
G0»><6 IN A BATCH OP SOAP WHILE ME WENT TO LUNCH. TM£ 
EXTRA BEATING MADE A ^MY MESS ANDTHE MTNRE5f0NSIKi 
VWS IN REAL TROUBLE WITH THE FOREMAN F0R’‘RU(NIN6'A9A1CH 
OP GOOD SOAP. THE SON OP THE FOUNDER Of THE BUSlNEaS 
HARLEY T. PROCTER MADE SOAP WITH THE BATCH AND FOUND 
HE HAD discovered A FLOAIING SOAP. A PREACHER'S REF' 
mnC£ TO IVORY PALAaS GAVE PRoaSR THE NAME FOR 
HiS NEW SOAP. EVERY YEAR HALF A BHLION BARS (DP (VOR3 
SOAP ARE SaD* A PLEASANT REMiNDCR OP A WORKMANS 
MISTAKE . 

nePtH6 CU^N ts eAS/09 with ah oh furnaci 

tN YOUR. HOMt AHD THC 3AfAi?r WAY TO OffTAfH YOOR 
FURL SUAFLV tS Bf HFRHEY'S OtL PCUVCRY SFRYIU. 
A AHOHC CALL 15 ALL THAT tS NeC£S5ARY- ANO 
HFANCys MAKC SURF THAT YOU NFYCR RUN OUT 
OR OIL. FOa RtLt ability YOU CAN COUNT OH . . 


Ciot one on your PLAN-A-COUNT The 
free and easy way to pay that has no 
extras. 


Tv^finf rva 8*»r-rr. T««d 'll. 
A',;hirM* Siirmia J4I* 

U .*ar» •!] Hsu II. O Thoraio*. *i« 
J'-i'n ill )ikiti‘ Vif nutman. ua 
•'••nrfino >|t> luina Vlali, Mu f 
( lor* Rl»*r i|OI ri»<J 

r«' iin tvs en^•r)«« <i*t. i is, h*ii • 
fl' tn ctn*»a> l.«n|r«fi| iia* M*II|' 
f--.li Oll»«n i33t Aid*- Halle S 

W a<ir|>n> III Oarft ■* «. Halle 
Smai: 1*0* HoUvo.ioO rre«i-*ni 

Halle aam aMfl( Sin xion*** 
Ha- • 

r Wnclv HI* Mi'rhail <1 • 

' R l«pv tlSS I.*n* '7*. Hal' • 
r« MrL«*n M a* nn <7 « Ha- . 

> '* IVI* Ailtivn* i7S lltIM. W 
AuA l*l* A'ltMn I* |1 c J 

flk*a tV7(i L»n».;.'V>\a ,« IS An(ht>««> 
r M in'A* Oratt <•) Hal. •• 

wt» ,p a.^r-nt jin Ai'triav* '*• 

H«: - I Smi’l) »J« *'aUsr4 i*« 
rr*i' • Onr. Vl'l«an 70 Xi(<«n 'IS 
U«"< M Jarvii 3*1* CHamVfr* ilS 


IvAa *all w.tierx off Vanenuver 
1«lat*d. 

•'prlng* mu*f »7e caught In 
W.lfcr* (iff Nile creek ‘ a few 
K ^ mile* north of (juallcum hav > lo 
Vlelnna. and north on tj»e we*t 
heater- coa*t lo Port Renfrew, !ii* 

’ room P-ntrv form* mav be fHIcit out 
^ »i weieh-ln *ta*lon* lor.iied In m»"* 

^ all 'hr main flxhing are** of the 

Mand- 

‘P tip- , roHO 

'It ivutnA' 

> aflAtnf ( 

grand- o t.an» 

I eight- -tnrt a 

house 

linaf Daai»n 

dann*' Mri Jnan Yair* ra«t 

rvM 'IS * OUl r - - 

rUdiie jAhB a Ctt» 'ms 

rienuc f.,afWB *. vw 

gift nf CaihAfla* 017 “ 

, h»*ii* Oivirhaa b» 

I ne*l A I Caunar rufrtoia ■*» totil 'll 
I vear MrUorran * Cntaova (■«*. Tfrn e«nd 
.7 t** an enrihaw 1*13 M«II a noa«- 

plovee.* tV"**** aaanUh Inirc ftaiit Ja*-»(» 

' U«J Rifbar,**«»i 7 Randi* * Land 

Jn wa* Inc D TAgnr ms R<ail -lOI* An 
rhnr*** RoathAuM IKvnivnodi rieirii 


PRINCE Rl 'PF.RT- B (' 'CP' ing down.^taini. found a r. 
' A year old Persian cat named field chair In the living 
Mirkey wax rrediied with *av on fire and awakenzH 
Ing Ihe live* nf a *even->ear old grandmother, Mr*. N 
girl and her grandmothai in a aalee 

fire here tht* week. .stair* 

The cal awakened her vnung j 

daughter the rat and an 
mlatrcM a.* fire caused between v„r old dog out of the 
S.M100 and $6 Orth damage at 

her home. ^ . „ 

Employee.* on payroll 

Awakened wa* Gllda Blai k. Unn made an average i 
daughter nf Mr. and Mr*. .1 H L1 to the rominunity 
Black, theatre manager and hi* *«reaiiT V'lctnrla last 
wife who were on dutv Average donation of mi| 

not on pavmll deductiu 
Young Gllda, who wa* i*leep^ $-'7^ 


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Vkim. I.C^ S«.. Oct. 2, 19S5 


ft Batlif (fiolonUt 

of liroiulnay 


By Roy Farrell | 


rV Preview 


Cougar’s Seattle Games To Be Telecast 


iM't'n oo flumiipi 3, brflimiiix lhl« 

Mtoiiih. 


niMn, tnoind Into lh«> b)|c Ume. Su crrikt 
ha^ Itmi Ih^ «ultimc of mall rrt*<‘l\isl l>> Ihr 
lAMT*>nvo UoJk |>rui;ram lhal It haM ttri-ii 
^vtriidrd thruuKhoiil Uo* fall n^avuL It will 
now ruivtinur In lt« preaont Saturday nlifhl 


t*4»0(l Mwi for loc^ horkey fana from 
KTVW la runfirmatliMi of Ihr rhanoel IS 
•tatloA'a forlhronilnt power boual. Manager 
William VeiMnnao aald yeatenSay that the 
nUUnn will Increaaa Ita power “about the 
end of thla year." greatly larreaalng Ita 


VIrVwVa Cougara Will be seen in action 
or\ leleviMon when they claah with Ihe 
Seattle Americana Saturday night. The 
game will be carried ‘1ive*''by +C'rvW- chan- 
nel 13. 


New pmgrama lhif> uiH'k tmiudc “Uirr*-- 
lor'a riayhouHe.'* new drama set tea on chan- 
nel A. to be &t*en \Vedm>silay< .it 8pm. The 
30th (entur) Fov Hour, built around tammia 


«tpot until neat dune. 


games of the Woalent Hockey league. ea« h 
Saturday and W'ednbsday mghl. throughout 
the season. 

Team! to be seen In action- include the 
Vaattnjver C anmka. Kdruonltm Flyera, Win 
nlpeg Warrtnpi, New Wealmlnaier Royah. 
Saakatnon Quaker*. < algary Stanipetlera and 
the Keglna Koyal*. in addition lo the local 
team 

Roh Field and (Jay Huntington will 
handle the play b> play leW-asIs from the 
t'Ulc Ice Arena in the Puget sound city 
Thiri> live gamea are vhoduled for T\' prer- 
emation. Uame lime In all ca*e*. will be 


“Highway Patrol," a new piogiam on chan- 
nel ( Tbursilay night. 

A new program about Die men <d ihe 
elergy their work niid their problem*, make* 
)i* debul ureier the (Hie of “Crusitroad*.’* 
on rhannel Kriilaj night. Putting m Us 
first appearance loo t* “The Crukailer." .i 
much heralded .*me» about a free lane 
writer who hattlea for what he believes to 
be right 


One of the biggest television atlrartions 
to date begins on KING-TV'. Monday after- 
n'.)on at 5, when Walt INaney'a new daiiv 
extravaganga. *The Mickey Mouse Club." 
begins on channel 5. The hour-long program 
of fact, fantasy, music and fun promises to 
he entertainment and education for children 
and grownups alike The opening show will 
Include a "Mickey Mouse Newsreel." a "Fun 
With Music" feature, a aerment about chil- 
dren's ambition* and a Mickey Mouse car- 
loon. “Pueblo Pluto" 


^ympalhet^c. but Ihen he goes 
<df into 4 MTic* of songs 
which he flisl explains in 
Kngllsh and nings in French, 
mfist of them to do with the 
raiher dated formula that Ihe 
French arc a funny rare be- 
cau-»e their men are rather 
••irenunu*!* attracH'd by their 
women. 

The he.*i ihtng lie doe* in 
Uie first part of Die show is 
a p.mtomime after the cur- 
iam ha* eome down, indicat- 
ing that the audience can now 
go out and smoke arir) discus* 
tb#» proceedings. 

The second half of t’neval 
ier'< show is infinitely bettfl. 
There is a cute number about 
a boy and girl necking In a 
Paris park and. “berause they 
are French." paying ym heed 
to ■ .. amount of distraction* 
fing f*n about them. 'You've 
l»fM*n .iwav loo long. MaurK-e 
M Jmppe;: - Vj-r here ' 

111- then discovers h purely 
.. >ng Impression of how 
'.nnoti* loTigue* Freni ;■ Iial- 
}”• British, Ameruan. tJei 
m.in and I'hinese- strike the 
f ,<r of ..i.e wh - • innot *pfak 
the language, and lltai Is hi.* 
best effort of Ihe evening, 
lie close.* ll>e show with h--' 
“-V:e. '1./V. and rn re 

._.nse to spirited applause 
returned and uncorked some 
“f lu* other familiar .s*)ng' 
from Ihe motion pictures <»f 
iwo »ler.j'les .igo 

Hut it (•- nnl by any me.nn* 
.1 susiainni evening In the 
Ihestre. The personality I* 
there In abundance. Die infec- 
tious good humoc. hut it i* 
devoted mostly to sterile and 
lit sxsemhied ingredients. 


By .lOHN >ii-< I. AIN' 
NKW Yt)UK 'NANA- H * 
regrettable to be ohhg«*<l to 
come up with a negative opin- 
ion regarding Mauri»e Cheva- 
liers one man show which 
opened at the Lyceum theatre. 
The 67 year-old sinpling ha* 
Ihe old charm, the liegutllng 
smile and ihc bu.*Ding energy. 
But he hasn't got Die mai«‘rtal 
It *eem‘.* a blinking shame, 
too. because when he * good 
when h»'- ‘-nmethlfig he 
<.m really thro-.-, thal lower 
)ip ever '.t- p --' :» ■ hiPh-int 
a* he ever w -* 

Bui It s**enm*l t<» me that 
Ihe limine t\a* at faiiM. 
many of Kt* •mig* were iin- 
fuiuiy aiad not iwrlicularlv 
mekaWr. and he gave «* all 
Imi few of Ihe old noHUlgic 
numiM-r* that everyNidy came 
Hi hear. 

M.iUtU'e c-.-me* , jinge 

wiih Ihe lamdiar n«.iu h:!t 
and a da*ldng blue dinner 
rx.tt .*n<l makes a ilelighiful 
speech shont how everfixKiy 
think* he most (x- xt 1e.i«' >iO 
ye.ii* old whereaa 1 m* is ' lu 
• IK T men* s*ruth 
Thl* I* all di.^-rming ind 


<K lo*'al lnterr*i U ‘Tstrol fnr Pea^e," a 
documentary of (he Kojal Cpnai-tian \lr 
Force u*i*rv*as, m lie seen Satiirda> at 9 
p.in. on ( Bl T. 


The hour long l.awren«-e Welk musical 
variety show, which began a* a summer 


Speclacular Macbelli 


A CBr major pro4luction will be seen on ( lU I 
Umight at l«. with the two-hour preaeiiUtion of 

‘•Macbeth.’* . , fw^ 

The Shakespeare play was presented in Toronto 
by a ('*sX of 30 name aetors, plus a large miml>er of 
niinor pla>rrs. Barry Morw* and Katharine Blake 
are In the leading role* of Maclieth and l^dy Macbeth. 

The channel Z presentation K Ihe first of a •icries 
of "sjMTtaculars” to be presenied by CB(’-TV this 
fall'aml winter on f'Bl T. 


By NKKII.AH HKAIIAM ham gr< 
HOLLYWOOD 'NANA' telling 
|,oreM« Yonng returns to her '*"h 1 

television show at rhristm.i* ^ 

She ha.* been on the sick list ^ cerls 
*!nc»* May. bul her welglD t.« careful 
now llfi and she look* and Van 
feel* fine ... I find |i hard movie 
to lielleve Ihe circulating I'V' *cf 
rutnors ot trouble in lier mar- van w|l 
riage to Tom 1 m*wi*. --f Die t 

•lerry lo'W'U. overweight fnr »‘‘rie* . 
the firsi lime in his Hfe. say*: 

'••wi J'm liealthy, Ruf Dic> luiiv ^ 
l.ive me when I'm emaclaied *■ 

Hr'v 'in a diet noiieiheU-s* And Max 
.Mlllnn Berle, underweight lei , <if 
: fainted twice during iehenr*.ils in a 
fur hi* ^lr^l 'IT show of Ihe Jungle 

diigo— 


leiis Season 


Symphony Op 

Benefit to City 
“Direct, Concrete 


TO AU, MAKi:.S 

No Down Paymonl 

• to 34 VIonIhs to Pay 


■veaMifi. 

NBC almost pa--sed out In a 
both when the big tank fur 
Kftihrr Wllllajn** swimming, 
sequence sprang a leak at dre.*s 
rehearsal. When k>ither's two 
small s'jns were asked. “Which I 
part of the show did you like 
best?’* Diey choni.*ed: "Where 
mommy wa.* pu*hed Into the 
waier’" 

Judy Garland. hoar*e with 
laryncUi* after her TV debut, 
hod enough voice left lo yell 
at her Ford sponsor "I want 
a Thunderblrd: get nje one'" 

Her friends are urging Judv lo 

' rest .she'* like a fighter out on 5>everul P.M Feadier agencies 
I her feel combined lo make 30.123 nursing 

The TV' *eties coming from vini* lo patients In Ihcir home* m 
l*0th (’enlur> Fox will be very Greater Victorui last year — lo 
ilaxsy. The studio Is spending visit* for every day of Uie year. 
1100 unn on each stanza ... 

But Kotiert .Stack, star of the 
, TV'd "Laura" capsule, la tossing 
a new problem Into Ihe lap of 
the -Ncreen Actor*’ Guild -extra 
pay for movie actors when (hey 
»iar In studio lelevudun shows. 

! Dinah Shore is letting her 


BRITISH AUTO 
CENTRE L‘TD. 


The Victoria Symphony Or- into circulation." the conduclor 
chcHtra and .is supporters feel said The first ijcrson who 
they will have won a victory if Iwnems 1* thejnerchsnt who is 
fhev can make the i>e«ple of >^keil lo donate 
Victoria rrall/e the of iie*.tra "He w »‘oi pouring money 

1* a "direct and conenMe enm- Into a hoiiomless pit when he 

memal asset lo the city. " supports (he symphony. 

So said conductor Han* BISINK.S.S BKNEFITS 
Gruber yesterday on (he eve of Second, operation of a sym- 
the first pair of concerts, in the phony orchestra gives direct 
Royal 'Tlieatre this afternoon ^nd indirect benefits to cartage 
and tomorrow night. Pr*igram .umpanie*. the theatre, print- 
ts Mor.arl'* 2tth .*ymphon\ Ka j|,g firm*, ta.xi firm* and so un. 
reha Suite by Sibeliu* and Kxrepi fur three people 

pvorak's New Woild s>m- draught from Vancouver, all 

phony. salaries arc paid to Victoria 

BF>T minis' rei-tUcnis. who vpend ll here. 

• Our busIneM is lo plav Ihe Yet the >42.000 annual sym 
belt music a* best as we know phony budget, wtlh all lu ben 
how" Mr (Iruber said "And eftis lo Ihe city, represents a 
we realize the orchestra Is not per capita cost of only 35 cenU 
self-supporting ” * yea.. 

Why IS It a commercial asset j*os.Mbiy uio.*i important. Mr. 
at well a* a cultural asset" (Jruber .said, "the orchestra is 

’ First, It provide* a field of beginning lo play an ever more 

employment to several dozen important role m the atlmula- 
petiple of highly • specialized Don of the tourist industry, on 
skills, placing additional money which lids city stands or falls." 

AM0N(* FIB.ST 
Summer concert* at the But 
chart (wardens, CBC broadcasis 
and the symphony's acknow- 
^ ledged place among the first 

1^ five orchestra* In Canada all 

aid Ihc tounst industry. 

Every .symphony will 
have to ask for cuniribuliona, 
but Ihe Victoria group la "ask- 
mw ing the city lo irali/e this does 


JUDY GARLAND ... a piHfuJ sight 


fntertof'n/ng 
week-end guests? 

Show them Ihe sheer beauty of this 
2?vaeTe Fairyland. The English Ro.sr. 
Italian, J<i|Min'-.e and fahulmis Sunken 
(Janlms aie lovely bv day exciting 
under magic night lighting! 


IHuminatrd 
r>ui« to 14 p m. 


BV IIAROIJ) H>.KIERN.\V rrh.»ar*al*. climaxed by the terri- 
IIOLI4YVVOOD (NANAI— ’ Live" ^y»ne feehi« ns Ihe bcU rang that 
'TV' got another *elhack. perhaps her own —with no 

Its movl vivid and shm-king of -h. Mm rct.ikc* avnilablc tor 

a week .igo when Jtjily GnrlaiKi •">' mistake* she might make. 
exhHU*h‘d and on the verge of 

collapse, nlmosl failed to fimsh J VIl OrkAllU 

her yo-minuic televiwim ilrbul "m " III* l“||| xF|iril^ 

Rreoveruig later. Judy rnme 'njt /\f*| CjIiiI) ScHS(H 1 
with the flat ass^'rliun lhal It mu<«t 

be fdm hereafter if she Is lo make The fall *ea*on nf the O.ik 

any further appearanre* on video Rav art Hub will begin a( 7 30 
Cncounled millmn* «/»t t'-nvcK pm. Tuesday In the coumll 
at iheir sei* a* Jii.ty. one of liie rhamiier at Onk Rav municipal 
most experienced tmuper* in the hall Application* for member- 
husme**— an old hand at movie*. *hip should he made to Ml** P. 
radio and (be variety stage sin^e Sutherland at IJ01 Palmer road 
she wa* 13— g.isped a'ktiblv for A prt/e will i»e alvarded Tue». 


USED CAR? 

WILSON MOTORS! 

Ya(e* at Quadn 


Rntaurant 
d«i-r M«n. 

> 1 • IT) la 4 p m 


Coming 0ct.19and20-Royal Theatre 


VARIETY' 
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All Scottish Ca.st 
DIKIXT FROM 
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in the Medium Price Field 


WCTimiA 
Ml SK .AI. ART 
S<K IKTY 


Robert Merrill Sinss 

n 

On Monday (ioneert 

Rnherl Merrill, leading barl- 
tune >if (he Metropolitan Opera- 
will be featured »olol*l un Mon 
day night's Voice of Fire*tnne 
<*«)neert on ABC radio and tele 
vision •( 8 30 p.m. The program 
will be seen IfM'ally on channel 


K<» many great arti*ii are at»|e 1 
do, Judy blamed it on the fiir»ou» 
tempo of "live” TV 
This included Ihe slri^ of hing 


erugmiti l^-W-Vt ScAAiin 


Intrir.sIiufiaUT Kn«*n 
.)) ii.lTi add iMBia R*P(t 


T'VMTai I.- iliii ■ 10 p 'ti , 

R'.iot Th«t'-r J«ii 
Slop tl 

NoTrmb*r IVOr 114 am, 
Wi. r« lt*n>»P aop'*»« 
arid* kunt* Rer«'rt«T 

Si- Afi»TT»o<*n tw.-«» i.»r D*h 

Csto] T*i MbiI«*I eiM>«fn 

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CliBinPrt Moir Tit u»i»a»ti *f 

ViriTTTia S*mph<)T.« 

•-? * JO p 1*1 

e«— 1*.» Hofimai. Pikolil 

••tl oir RrtMTBbl* Vt»«l 

To'KltT Mir SAVM IIP pm 

AflA'ist T*l*ntH S'"1rau 


Staging of Drama 
,Tau};ht Churclies 

A course of dlrecitng will be 
Ihe first offerlijg of the Van- 
couver I*land Rellglmif Drama 
Guild, which has asked all 
churches in Greater V'lrinria to 
take part in It* program 

Sydney Ri*k drama field 
I adviser of the TBr extension 
1 department will give the course 
^Oct. 14 to 16 at Ontennlal 
Uniled chur< h Informalion 
may be obtained fiom guild 
president Mr* H G Phillips 
39T)0 Holland. 


• PopuiG Cm*i«ni»a 
Aiilf AxiiiMt ir 

BERTHA Kl( ARI>OrTm.»airf)i)« 


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Open Daily 12 Noon to 10 p.m. 

RvreilenI Fond Served Dally In 

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IXa* ta till d«*l« af (h* n»)n«ia«, 0»faa 
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RPSKRA aTIONS; PMONF. 7 S2I2 


Slicilali Graiiam Brings — 

r 


TIip Eutorlninmcut Pnrndo 


Lon". T}ioii"lilful Looks 


Stars Down to Earth Violinisl, 

lloLl.VU ( lOf • '\A.\A' Hu/nphn*y B**- Jiio^ehilU i nridetitally, hen Errol': movie I 

art and Mallnr Mancer fiie In if;, ml'ldle with Anna N'eaale noaedived In Knglanrt. EH |1 El \/ ■ E^4\ I I IE 

f a deal tf. buy Ifie .Srtlurcl^N Ketemng Post Anna mas (junted- “We were \ery dieap y E 1 1 §-e E 1 \.E E E V E E/Lil/# 

phaI. “A Killer Came to Toun.’ Wanger pninied Krrn| couldn't have been as bip ^ ^ I J I ^ 

> prMuce and Fktpev |o 'lar, Milh Mife siar as »e thouchl he u; ' .^tufl and non- 

Auren Bacall iind Frank NloAtra. 'PhiK could sen^-e the hl>;m-.x fir smalltie*-- .if i -lar ha>. tf \ I I L* ^ m 

e fine of the rea*ifir, tni ttu» Mjdden B'lgey- noihing to dn with Mheihei a movte js 1^' ^ill^E E I 1 ■ Y ' 

•*ht and PnnkLc p..> ^tlend^^ll^) or bad l.of*h it “MariN lllillEXlTIE llfl mill\ 


lloLl.VWOOft '\A.\A> Humphrey H«e 
Rarl and >\all«v Wancer iiie In tf;. middle 
of A deal tf. buy Ifie .Salurdas Ketemng Post 
M’ttAl. “A Killer (*Ame to Toun.’ Wanger 
In privfuce and Fktpev |.» 'lar, Mith Mite 
lauren Bacall iind Frank slnatra. 'PhiK could 
be fine of the rea*ifin fni the Mjdden Bngey- 
P-tht and Pf tnktf p..> ^t lend^^ll^> 
nuiMTi Miller ), h.ivlf.' the opuI.tr British 

Killer for Bi '..i-! • . of couivr -leff 

Donnell is near * hreakdf.o n .‘she Pki 
( tporge ti<ilM«| rt IT hiishdiid and .Aldn Kay 
In real life, all ill Je- than lu-o Miek*- 
RinK ( r<o>b>. after MAtchtiiK' diiily <*arland 
rehearsinB. walked iw.iy murmuilnu, “Whai 
talent what taleni “ . . . i.loria De Haven 
la pickmj! the rfmnh f»>r h«‘i next wedding, 
which will be ver> soon 
Orsfin Welle* will . -“t v ife In ‘'tUhello" 
In New V-ok Ton> Marlin ha-* i«!ked 
K<M'k> Marriano into joinmi: hi' nikdit i-i'ih 
a> I <«arv < ro«l>v ■-* Pi'intf hi - rarho 'how. 

Frrol Flynn'* 'H' ci lOs now m 

New Yolk. should C'l A long way In pas «df 

« , AfiHUl lAM Ot‘.ANi*>r)ON 

JOHN JOHN L 

MILLS • GREGSON ^ 

/ lUl'.Mi If-J OONALO ^ 


iiifise bill* InrHienlilly. when Errol'; movie 
wtih Anna N'eagle noaedtvefl In England. 
Anna was (]unted' “We w-eie \er)' dteap 
pointed Errol couldn't have been ax big a 
star AS we thtmghl he w; ' .^luff and non- 
sense the hlgm-*x nr .smalhie*-- .if i *iar ba>. 
noihmg to do wph wheihei s movte js 
or bad l.o«*k M “Mariy 
The London PaUadturn i- aging Mae 

'■lUied tiei '»n llte liiil)*b capital. Seem*, ^hf- 
was in\iied io a sw.tnk p.xrl> at which an 
fiihiT very p..pi<tar Arr.eflcan (M’rfoitfiet 
jtrcsj>nl, The g’:r ?* axl<e<t Mae to sing 
“I'd Jove It- hr s.mi, ‘hut I don't ha\e 
anyone lo play fur me " Tht» verv, very 
popular Ami*rican wa« asked in play He 
11 ’fuai‘d i..;it> lo everv'i.m’.- emlsiu- 
meni Fsi#Ci lallv M.o - 
Fdmiind riirdom -"d Linda < hiivtian at 
• ended a fu i\;itr show ing of .1 Ai ihui HanF ' - 
"iPwifir af Vert' 111 London and giggled and 
talked all the w.xi through it>e movie and 
bfi.iii.-i w.i. il»f-s p.id off h;. head Rank 
man -fohn Davl*. 


a SINDEN 


Round-l'p 
Planned 
I or Show 


. J-.^'MEBNiri rVme 5 i ill g 

See **Above I * The Wave*" . . . Have a ( hanee lo Win 

A .■»« \I1MIK\I. T\ 

t ROM lai sf s n asm a, 


r*«l«r« . I •! t M « I I - ’ • VA 

MO.NDA) ! AT aif.t I va ran i « 


2 COMEDY HITS! 

iBnaon Films Pr«sen? 


^ / YVONNE de CARLO 
^ CELIA JOHNSON 


The Captain's 
paradise 


At Iea*.i a vnmil part of almoxl 
!■ V e f •, (hPteri and 'Sulh-.An 
..fa-reitA Will tw henrd during the 
f.fll show of the Virlnr».-« A- S 
irl\, N.>\ )7 is and 19 at Onk 

B." ■ .l-.jni.-r liigh "fbfail. 

ItirtI R\ -liirv ' uill hr i..'.- 

• r.Jrfl in full cMslumr :.P.i inter 

mi- t-'fi Fi!*I part of me pm 
gram will of .-•^rerpi* hnni 

Pin-vjf.il! ■' TTve Mikrtfki. ' ‘Ve** 

man r.i (be Luarn ' Pir"=t-^ of 

• -"k'lng from aoI.w In full choru* 
r«xl lor “Trial Rv lij. ," will be 

.T n; f . M< -i Robins, jurig.-, 
\«onian Tji.U, «l.-fciKlrtnt Aim 
R.»lH-i»-->n. counsel .lamc'. Yen 
n».u. Ustvei .l.ifin Bni>, jury. 
iMirrnan. Kitty Dix«>n (dAintiff. 
Kniruhar vcm-c in he hc~id in 
■ crfiiA include Pel Rogers Rral 
I»unn, Mimi Bavin Fi.mk Fninn. 
F!ve|-*n Rodgen* raibcnne Tteni- 
fin and ItMnrie Hiflord 

Average of catnpaign 

and ad|T)inLstrat|on in -Vi I’nm- 
.-..Miiiv ('he«t orrani/atifina in 

• he I’nitcd Slate* last year wa* 
one -'.cnlh higher than the 
Virinria figure, of about eigh' 
per cent 

I .STARTINi; MONDAY 

“Bengal Brigade" 


H\ RKIO: I.OWTHKK 

A intn) of 10 Nmtls. an ofiPibila and a nrw film about 
.^wil/prland aro all inc luded on I he bill of fare in Virlona 
this week, in atldOion lo the s>mf>hon\ romeii.s todas 
and tomorrow. 

Virnne>e waltzes and polka.s will lie featured by 
Harry Hob.son’j Rroup< during the 12tb annual Pnra<le 
of Bands .staged by the Musieians' I'nion at Crystal 
(Jarden 'I'ur^dny evening. 

In the north ti.vllionm v* ill ap|ic.n Western Moun- 
Irtioccrs l,.^* .hihnvnn. J.-; nuud. fVui Paitr*<tgr‘ RfMln. R.*« 
cal^. Cootmeni.ie, ^nii W.i't- .- ion srs!,* p|.fl pickrf.s 

In the south haliioom Bcm Sinn i n-' I'harlev 

Hunt Ted .Sfrf'tnt-i (Jordon King leading the alixtai c--— ;• 
Rc;; WfifMl. Bcrnte Pnjier .vn'^ \‘an'« Band will i»erfnrm, 
with ertch o«*mbiiirtiinn pUv'ug loi W mlnuii 

* * « 

KiwanI* Club have autmunced that faiived vlnllnit>l 
Knhlnoff will come to ( Njlml Junior High «cho»l \n\. ‘H. 

And faniourt Ar1l*ls haVe added an extra lo their «veA- 
«rt>n. an appearance h> the NamxHiver Symphony Orche*lra 
In the Koval theatre. Fell. M. 

* * « 

Ifje White Hcaibei t-u.i'j! party wi;; apiKirf. a» i-ip 
RovbI. Oct 19 and 20, with a ?‘.|l cast, Inciuiiing Rf-s-rr 
Wilson, Jtmmv Shand H*id J-o-k Anthon.\ 

* * « 

Music and di;4l.-ruc fr«>m ilu- llinr.s • R..|.r.n .Iiihei ' 
and 'Richard the Third w'l' ncard on t’RI ai 1.10 
p m -'-iriii illy 

* * « 

\'iCtot iA Light Opeia l’nmr>.inv v> ill ■’.':igc Vt.mr Wmi 
fte/l Luprin Fahev - oferc*?.! Her L.:"; -up ' l,Angham 
Court theatre At Sllv pm Frida'- ir«d ^ 

« * « 

The Swt-:= Clui. of piiMing .iu ; pub. =.h;^vv 

r'f official. rc.Inr. F.nglt-sh langu - re fdm* on 5!wd,it ,nd. m 
the Or.inge hal! on Courtnev ifieci -» fl pm Thm-’i 

Tv-ie IX A -ma?l a-d.r.l ‘-om charge f- . f.‘.-«hr :r 

'how 

a • « 

\ tciiiria f bnml S<H-if|v ha* set iba dale* for Handt-I'* 

"Me**iaii' a* l)e<'. 15 and 11 al Oak Rav .lunlnr High *chmd. 
S{M>n*or i* the Koiar.v ( lub 

l.e«<liiig contralto Eleanor Duff aJim *ings a leading 
role In production* of "Mr**tah“ by \ant'ouver Rach < hoir, 
with l.ol* >lar*hall, and \amxuiver flralortn S<H4et>. 

Ah'- icnofs. and ha*vc* aie neede*i fnt »he tot.d pro- 
diictinn and apfdicanis should he .vt Memorial Hall at 7.10 
p m. Tue.xdAy. 

« * « 

\irluria Theatre t.uilrY reiwirt* a “decided profH" from 
the week lung run of Ihe comedy “Middle Watch," which 
cpHied at iaingham t «mrt theatre taai night. Flrsl-week at- 
lendani'e and memberahip *aJe* In dale are much belter 
than last year. 

.Next *hnw i* "Two Do«en Red Ro*e*,” Nov. 5 to 12, 

* * « 

(Jt-Mi ge Har(i*nri':- Versatilrs Concert Paity will hold 
p* r.i w^ntMdon meeting for the aea.von in the Ai liliei*. 
aergeanra’ me** at Bay '^•reei Armors. Oct 12 All former 
member* are urged to attend 


S»'on( - lh( l.M'l*' in ♦' ..orcHsion- rori*nt Vcnii’e 
film f-'lival . tjirl tiol Italian, not AmtMican, but 
Kn=:!i*h Shf-’s 1 unirr (Jayson, only one nifmbpr of 
tiv .'.“.llpriion nf lovolies at the affair, which 

Whs stunned bv the fir>i invasion of boauly<ons(*jou^ 
Fuinpb bv fho J. Ai ihiii' Rank nrcani7.aiion, F^unirr 
didn't win any pn/o'i. t>ut she did win lone, tbouchlful 
looks from evefy (vne of thr fo»limato fellow-* on tlih 


llaHflGidAatat. VksmU. LC 7 

Swad«T, Get 2. ItSS 

Famous 
Jazz Band 

In Crash 

.sOi-viRRO -ip. .Sixteen 
I member* of the lamims Ljonel 
I Ham don lA// hand aiwI iheir’ 

-I ^Pll' 

j Ikt'u s«Tii>u*U \e*ierdrts when 
, a chartered bii* plunged into a 
' ditch 2b m:U“. *nuth of Sociuro, 

! N M 

j Hampton himt-'-if suffered a 
! broken Ankle Others were 
I lAkeii lo hospttAl. 

The band ss.h. touring ua 
wav back to New Yoik after 
wnrkiug i*n tlie 'Benny «.o»*d' 
mar' Sforv " In Mo|:w\.hv 1 and 
making a «hon fur I ntverMl 
Intel tiahon.il 

llampion s.;;.: he thought the 
band would be able to fulfill pa 
engagement Oct iV to appear 
in comet » at C ■ .-ir Hall. 

BRITAIN'S TOR COMEDIANS 

IN A RIOT OF LAUGHTER! 

t ‘"itoJiALP 

): ^NER 

/ MA««AMT 

tuntnoa 

. -aunf 

' 'VliMa * ^ 


rt*> TK» a*«a (• < anirfburt** 
Al**— 4 •rliMtfi la T*rbntr«hir 




is as ^fxki as im best 
ami may he a little better! 


f\fl,atw«hO!Udoif 

I you hdd only. ^ ji-jontH; 

%* to live J j 

-- 1 ; 

MIDNITE '' ' /■ ! 


ALEC 

GUINNESS 
' , took a . 




-;.7 -■ 

HILARIOUS ^ 

D*tS! ^ 


B. Priestley's 

"•m *rr*Ma4«r 


PLAZAi 


3 ' SAtA 


(•ulnriesa 
Beatrice ('Brnnt>e|| 
Kav W al«h 


FAMOUS ARTISTS 1955-56 SERIES 

GALA OPENING EVENT 
?Hr:;RK TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25th 


la T*^aaOslar 
*tama« 

Rock Hud*on. Arlene Dahl 
Oviita Thet*« 

*>an ml l*l*'K*ta« Inai* 
eia« «aari AabK^U 

a«t orrix « M 

CampOO erairam* AM •«, •pm 

: /r7 A 0 t.gASi/mt r9 

I ’»r .^ 0 ^ ^ mtiAf 


jdf </Af7 

HILLslllF and Ql ADKA 

1 j STARTS MOMIAV 

“The Beggar's 
Opera" 

I V|u*lcai < omedv In 

I . Technicolor 

I r^aiuOa, 

] 1 VI a»*< » OMV (A . »T*>irT 

fl<lU4>WAV • tiOBOTHt Tl Met* 
i* • t»p« la raoMatamrat 
«»larl»p «*•>! «a*|»ri« InrUPIa, 
>>*iafr)l* la I'alar 

j , "Vi*iavl*lon M*if* viexh'o" 

I Aa >ir*ptl»BaUi n#**tllal Trir»lat*t 

J ( «tapl»l* eraitam • tl . • VP 
tralar* Plan* : - PTI 


PTA Activities 


Tolm ie Meets Mon day 


Tolmie PTA will n.eei a( 8 
pm Mnndav in the whool *ud 
itnrium. when teacher* and 
parent* w ill di*i ii'-* pnrent anrt 
leacher co-operation " 

* * • 

f’rti • ■ - were giv. f. an op[...: 

Uinily tn the - h«,ol and 

meef the learhera at the latent 
meeting of S J W .lunlnr 
High xrhorrt TTA The meelir.g 
marked the opening of the 
aehnol term 

Rcfieshmeni* were aerverl in 
ihe «-hn*ti crtfeleiia 

* « * 

(•(.nt.-.a Hav ITA lieard a 
ic|H.ri from the »eh..--l piimi 
pal. <■ R Ruhei!- orv the pro 
poscd di*»ri. : building bv law 

At the same meeting new 
member* were welcomed 


I <T VMT* MnxnvT 

' LAST TIME I SAW FARIS” 


A reptvrt of the »ucce»*ful 
rxiuntry fair »a* tabled. 

* « « 

N'f-irlv ton atiended (he first 
meeting of Monterey PTA held 
in the school auditorium te 
■ cntl-. After _ hu*ine* 

-ion Pr Mennefta Andei-.tn 
gave a talk on "Whv PTA ' ' 

* « * 

Rov.-.l ( irtk elcmetiurv PTA 
will Imld (heir regcr-rr meeting 
m the »-i bool Oct .1 at 8 p m 

Foie*f La;..:‘'v,j,t..^ ;in 

exhibition organized hv ihe p’lip 
and paper Indts'tr:. of ; nnada 
will njH-n In the Art Gallery i<» 
flav H tonfain'. tirnber in.f . 
bv J. h lc-i 1 ;cc C-'inadtan 
pail'.m; ,V Y ,ta« Hsori. A J 
Cn* n -jod ('ir! Schaeffer 

The Ala*kan native art* *bnw 
>In*es torlav, but Ihe md 
Masrerx" and George P«ato 
-how • will c«»nftnue through the 
week 


ill \(>US 

That's Fit 
To HoiuIIp 

TOKYO IP Kmiieror 

U , . I* ' 'vv rr i --K 

r.MVXpafwi imir 

in till in in .•tm::!-!-' to >-!e 
VV.-,; when '‘nffe».,.<ve' 

aril, lev were clipped oul be 
f.,rc they were hnnight to 
.,im 

The rmw-priper A*ahl 
wl>rh reof.rlcd the in'nd 
n* w .s|w»pei -■ •- •id Ihe o'd 

praritce r>f completely di« 
infrcij.ig them before being 
ta'ncn to rhe emperor i* *iill 
r.mlinueri. 


THE ART GALLERY OF 
GREATER VICTORIA 

1010 Mnaa SL Phona 4 SI33 

THIS MFEK AT THR 
GAU.FRY 

Sunday— 

l»an collection nf painttngR 
Ibih and MMh centiuy Oils 
b\ Gotiigc r'xatn .six for 
csi landscape* Ijui day 
for Alaskan .Native Arta 

Tuevday through Saturday— 
S.TOie av Siinila\ except 
Alaakan .Native Ari.«. 

Frida.v— 

Recnrdcd O'ncrrf, 12,'V). 
(Jalieiv Tom 2iri 

t hlldren'v raiiilirtg* ( la**e* 
A fev. varanrjev lor ages 
10 h* V. 

nviiRNf norav- 

eu -■*»» T m< ta k r • pm 

Tg»* .|S a*t t "“ ■« » V" 0 B*. 

rri''v» ai«» i* • 31 

e,'.*i vari w*eap.**\ eary 
>.n . a*>, ist 


FOTO-NITE MONDAY 


W TOTAL 

OITKa.' 


675 


5i7r» 


AM) . . . ON THK .SI KKKBv 

From the Rrilllaul Beat Seller 
Eipostv lh« (•aiouiiy guarded 
taertts ot the psycb«atoit'« couch* 

RichantWIDMARK'Uurefl BACALL 
Charles BOYER Gloria 6RAHAME 
Lillian GISH « c,«. 


K mTMJOMMt John KERR «vQ Suun STRASBERG 

1 wta Osc»f l[V*N1 Tonvtn REniG 

t al*rtatam*B4 Owl* 

— • V Vlarr at Mamint Arllaa aa, rUmlai 

1 ■ “HELL'S HALF ACRE" 

1 ■ I , T_ -I WtHUMI ooxrv aa* 

* * ™ * r- .J r*»ivs aitf* 


NOTF' Owing to (he \'lcloria Symphony Orchestra ( oncerl 
at Ihia theatre .Simdav and Mondav. *'^lr. Robert*'* 


.ST.LRTS 

AG.AIN 


TUESDAY 


|ta«r* I p la 
frtlax I 

ill « i) • in 

HtNRV 


CINEMaScO^G WapsieoCOcON 

.UMES H1LUAM JAfK 


HPA-MH-RWILl-lEMMOU 


viraa 

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t 

ria* 

a*||* a*aa> r»r«aaa 

■ a, Tim** Waram **wi 


. I »li<«i'*ih TatUr V a« Jahaiaa. i 

I Itaaaa a**a, Walt*r e>af>a« . 


Direct from Rome! — Tho World-Famous 

SANTA CECILIA CHOIR 

ThI* Intema^ionailv Renowned Choir I ome* fo N'nrth 
America TbI* Season! This 1* the ni*ttngni«hed Chnni* 
nf the 4cademv of s*inl ( eHMn in Rome, anrf lx ('on- 
•Idered to Ranh a* fhe Morld'v Finest' 

• 1.05. S.45. too. 2.flO. 1 75. Including Tax 


tTiZCLci^ OUTDOOR 


raaoi nvs* wvi a»**t o avav 

“AGAINST ALL FLAGS" 

r**hnir*tei 

•rihi bist* vxo HI* riTV «iifRta« 

“FIREMAN SAVE MY CHILD" 

I av/v vdXf I p wrtvii 
•ha* aiaX* ; ns r>ai*i n,*n « '*i VfaaXa* 

T*a PrM Vltmtaalaaa Vtaasa* la Vma**m*ai Tat ll Taat Car 

l4r*B*a taVi In Me 


Mount Douglas Park Restaurant 


NOW 

SHOWING! 

JACK WEBB'S NEW 
BIG ROLE! ! ! 







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S tiatltf dolontat ViclerU, B.C., Sm., Ort 2, 19SS 

Anoflier Tense Moment 


Goinw Coin;;, Gone 


By JA<*K H%M) 

BROOKLYN lAP' -The 


ellib fl lertd it never hunrn' 

musnj iletert 


Ihe N«|ionitt Leii('u< 


oH the tnnx fast dropping tJy bnll tor the Mncie 

h • Uir man ol th.- hour m the late Tv*ice brtore the rtorlurm ha%r 
ti-,- jnmnqi was Smder („uffhi hark to hr « siiu-Ji oiler Zlt. 

on AHtKWKh (be Duke let . fix Kill losing the tu%t two. In 1M7 ihev tTuntmi*™ i 7’"' ' 

“tJ over hm head lor a tost out u. seven games and 

• ^ , >" '»■•• •'•'‘h. allOH.ny ,n i%n m «x. The Yanks. •< umuiI. • hit « 

u !?** *’**” * *‘'*** parade Hhile Klsiun Howard to M'ore from fii'si. weri‘ the niitKivihon * *■' 

the Dorlgen sJugged away tor 11 he was all over Ihe field lie *UJg The Yanks started out aa though ‘ ► ftshisr. 

own “P ”*** *" “**■"* ‘o N.iren s thr> meant to get even for Kn “w Vaiika . hosiHl t.isdt 

u.r.i/*i • .k ^ .. extra baMT and then day': indiKnitiex as Gil Meltou ''»K* Rerm > smgi,- nral 

picked to be wall by Ihe ^ank<. took t.ii M. fktognld toft to end «nld hit a Carl Krvkme piteh into to roJIms 01^.0,04; H»e tour 

w no swept the first two games in the mning and the I.-.M Yankee uv lower toll field staivls with no *ton fk-^in made H.iwaid foi 

ei uwn » ai mm hie (Kalgers thi^al bivl> on in the fir-t inmns Berta at thud nn nn aitemit 

Ihe'^^ • toiikjng sure that .Snider brought Ihe erowd In it‘ l-irskine was slru gtf litu* ni.vl s<n nlire hut ('olfnni wtm now 

imlj *®toj»atgn tor » ••rnes in- mih a ^piinhng 901* handl'd misK tnmg to forget hi» arm *•’ '•'•tmd un the hum. sio|«' m 

U ‘ wtJ Inal at least six garner, caioh of Martin* dn\e to left een ttnuble A walk to toad^iff man '•”'1 m cired on .Marlin'- smglr 


^""1^ WhMed nu time iiiiving 
o high fly iirwiiid right that was 
helped to. Ihe wmd m ns jountey 
to home run land 
If the nro.»k« go on m lake the 
s.. lltey will to- .:,.,Menns all 
pree:-Hrm No HrT>*lyn team of 
has r.ii won a series m 
‘■»rn previous ?!!rmp^ No tram 
ha- .'..me hark after lo-mg the 
fnsi I-.'.,, m ^,n ^ he-i^.fvwTn 
• The eJiAe-t thing wa.s the 
tanls who were 
two down to Ihe f.rst j.ennani win- 
ning ^ankee« bui ramr baek to 


'.i\e a domed rrwd. of |ila-in 
iivifig lo a height of Tr-kl feet 
iito)\e Kea level. There are iii< 

«MHsti. > In h'!w >■ . !. or 

j I'lng the i—jf will be at me eogre- 
|»*rii7ieier hr,t aim< -t .eruiuly 
j Jl‘.dgr>. ('artipanella. and Nnm. _ 
would have pumhed Jiolr- iii 
the plo*»!« .im»*where wiih the 
blows they hit todny. and wmiid ^ew York { 
; then have berm traded to I’lris 
I .'-orgh to pa\ f.>r repai:- 
■ n (1 e r ..-.r r,.j ; ; 
however Uieir work ;.-terd*‘. 
wa* more pra*tu-al rhan that 
of Iton l.jirspn the Y'ankee 
pitrhf-r who hit his :>wner. Mr 
U’ehh. on the ,.uggm with a 
foul hall in Ihe fifth Inning If 
In hard to «ay what the men 
nage Wrt> meant to convey It 
may have been a call for help, 
or for a higfier -alary next 
year In any ra-e, It i« prob 
ably no «xMDrideine that fjir 
M*!! was removed from the e.r 
game In the -ame inning. 37' 

The ()(Mlget-« ; - vv look to have ”, 
kn ex.ellent rhance to win ihelr 
first world series Rut unless 
they win Ihe Sunday game ** 
your rorresptnuleni feels that 
the Yankees will do the u-ual 
thing, and lake It In ~lx. 


Brooklyn Dod^rr renfrr fieltlor Duke Snider uho 
made thret' brilliant . atches vi>s|rrdav in holpini; Hie 
National League champions to an .K-.') trmnph out 
N ew York ^ ankees in the ftiuiih game of the World 
make's a fufile leap for ihe liall as .loe rollln.s 
nnvos his vTimd home run info the hlcaiheis of 
Yankee Sfadium in the first game I’nilin- vinashed 
twfl home nins in the r.prn.'f, -h v,j^ jjj 
to spark fhe Yanks to a yu foi v ' 


HRtHIKI.VN (Al’i-k eh.are 
of min Isle la (he da> wa- 
torr«-a*| (or tortav ’s f m.-ljil fifth 
game of Ihe wiirltl aerlr* at 
Khbets ^|eld. 


HOW THCr «Tavu 


(’iirlers Meet 


'‘iison bur-l over renire to the IT and 
■s. a|. I.eake niade the keejier woik 
'ks at again for another eight yaids 
rched That wa all the Winnipegers 
onton needled With a Hurd down on 
on a the Kdmonton nine and two 
yards to go, I^ake. .limes and 
Bob I^WIS teamed up m that order 
• Kd on a p.is- and nm extension 
tolled pla> Lew is ( .-ipped the strategy 
ri the hv sweeping wide around left 
main- end and going across the goal 
ptic-e, line standing up 


.A meiuing of iiieinliers of 
Ihe Victoria Vurling ( lull will 
fie held loniormu night at Ihe 
rltih, hiarllng al ft. 

Main objea I of (he meeting 
is In se| up rliih rules for Ihe 
^'asiin ami to give memliers a 
i hance to meet and enter 
their Hnks for the regular 
club draw as well as the new 
senior league tielng formed. 


viiir. nr.vuKii: wrooKiyn PoUgers may yet win Ihi* 
senes but not in our lime will any rluh ever come ilose to 
equalling the world -erles record set by the .New York Yankees 
. 'ITii.s one i- ihcir 21al sene- .since 1921. the year they firal 
vvon the Amcruan League (lei-nanl. and their record i* IM . . 
they won five pennants in a row nni-e. four in a row once and 
three in a row three times . . . since 1921. they have fini.shed 
lower than third only twice fourth on«e and seventh on<c . 
the second-division finish came in 192S hui they won In 192G. 
1927 and 19?« . after losing three of the first four senes m 

which they played, the Yanks won IS of the next IK and would 
have 16 siiaighi but for the upset, 4 1, triumph of the Louis 
Cardinals in 1912 ... the Yankees have won nn le.ss than -is 


'I’On.iiilrt, j* 

rl 

to"* t 
i-.Min Ik 
t( 

N*r''ii Is 
etnu(«, s* 
L«rt«n, D 
a .rk« e 

s r R'lbin.^n 

B-Csrrni! 

fi* • C-;i»m*n. 

Ms'l.r • 

'* S|if>*r«« 

S' ■■ iiV«OI ■ 


Duke Snider's home run 
would t>een a h«*me run 

In the fiiilf of Mexnxi. 

Anuallv, Mr. Snider'* home 
run ,gamr^ pm 

-“hie m A (larking Im across 
Ihe street from the ball park 
f> M.^uried juM In time to >uti 
the fas:.- of Moid.'.rt, L Me 
< orkindaU' * t c a m f I f 1 e r. of 
i nuev Inland. w(in was r«0 
'head of the game at the time 
Ihe \iiTue run in. 

I'rlday. an anhii^i :;r; 
noon.ed pl.-.ns for ih* HrookIvn 
I'aII park of the futurr It will 


; - • 5 Bomhem w-Jupped Ihe Grev i 

• • * ' * befo/r a roar 

0 • • • tog Winnipeg Siarhum crowd 'A.V'Ol'VKR m.p 

• • * • of IK.Wlj (hat spilled over Into ‘heuan Rc^tjghriders, 

• « • ■ extra bleacher seals to he on up'fum 

» • 14 it hand for "Jack Jacobs' Night " ipr B( 

a H o A In doing so. they smashed the whipjieil the west 

III] KrKimos' prnud ircord of never J19 j 
t j 4 * been be.ifen In western Westo 

1 I I r •’ompefllion thi.s season and (,ni| r 

• 2 S' ; -«H»'d Ihe speclacular Kdmon „,p„, 

^ ^ * r Ion vutory streak at IT. game* 

• • * ! If was the fourth win in 11 .n-.-, , 

' fnr the reviiaii/ed lb>mb ru(>eg 

• 14 IT ij , most dramMIr of 

4 :^ them all. 

' * ‘ As a re-ulf. their pievioii»|y 

noA s '**to pJavnff hopes were f.innH ^ '' 

:: - I lo new heights and they moved 

al Ua-t femporarlly into a tie 
wnh »lir British Columbia Lioa* 
for third place In the standings 
They rode to vjriory on a 
third - quarter nuthursi * ». a I 
neifed two . .-.nveried tout h 
dovvn.^ with quarierhar’k Hiiddv 
l.eake and halfback l^eo l^ wi- 
I the rilling foles Leake led ‘ and Ro 

Hie wav with seven point* ma»le ‘ I'he l o» 

up of a lont-hdnwn and two « on* tom h 

vert', while Irf*w|s added the ^*etd gia 
major that put the game on he fJv Baile\ 

The third quarter was the hig for ihe Bc h 
one The rluh* were loiked in a Raker hcmied 
-.‘cirelrs4 t,e ai ihe end of the foJirml ktokts 
first quaner and again at Ihe m.... 
half and there wi;-^ no *< oring In , - ,,, . 

the fourth quarter 


I'.ii.hilown and a field goal by 
M ooping t 

e* am} ripping holes Hi Ken C.ui*cnier m nred two 
Lions’ defensive wall, loiohdowp'- f..r the Rough- 
coast team losing four, while ■-.i'-kalrhe* 
J-1,*^I fans In a "an let the hall get away only 
tleiTir.r, ij„ i.d f.'n»,t oiu e and lost |t 
zame here .Saturday Aguirre * ktoklng of a wet 
hnll kept Lifuis hack -even 
droppeil the I. inns punt- for a 41 yard aver* 

pla.e tie with Win »*Be to Lo.; - -i,* for 31 
domlier* l.i-.ns. -porting a brand new 

• oiele--. first quar 'l^t'^de fiiMhacK formaijr.n. hail 
^ughridera put ice mo«icraie su.ress on the ground 
e converted Hmch- ‘totd Poilard wax iniured for 
vvn field goals to a second time and left the 
same earlv in the third quar- 
ter 

AM kalchewan tnu<h* 

downs Were the direct result cif 
Rt’ fumbles The prairie team 
worked the ba|] into position 
f"( their first field goal ratly 
in the second quarter on a pass 
Interception. 

Sianduuis were M.xrlovv and 
Poii.xnf. ea< h we.iiing iMimiver 


S^rardlBi u ih* T*bl»« 

**U«Uir 4 fmt ik|« arf*. lb* l>»«i 

n«*« C«« n<bla( B 1.4 feanilnt far 
ta 4 t. *a« Usarraa aMI *• •« r«|. 
la»« 

TOOST 

SM WM 


r. :i.rr ,f 
( *mi>aa*i.* 
eur!';-. rf 

Kb.i*»* lb 


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P *«(lr< 

Or«*»rv 
i »hirir 


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r:*ii ’.i-# 


.M VIBKRN GAMK; A check of re.xuH* for the first seven * 
da\- of the thoroughbred meeting at Sandown patk d"- '- -es „ 
Ihat the No 2 post poMilon appears to he the most favoiable * 
. no le.- than l.l of the first M winners started In the No 2 
stall and .xnynne who be; $2 to win on No 2 h» ea« h race* vvould 1 
have realized a profit of $.3,190 , . Nine winners have started 1 
from Nn. .1 eight Ir.vm No ^ and .seven fmm Nn l . Only J 
five No 4s have won hut 1.3 have come In for place mor.ev 
helling has been spread more evenly than ai most track' hu' . 
19 favorites have w«*n in 31 races approximately ,10 per rent I 
five of the SIX second choices who won paid more than •• 10 I 
will and double win figures have been po«ied m 19 race* 10 ^ 
of the It qulnellas have p.nd more than 12.1 the biggest bcinr 
$■168 15. $192.10 IBM 73. $i-1]3 and $*•''73 an unoffi. tsi ^ 

check shows that 2*V1 horses have slartert In the fi.^» si-ven 
da; and that Rajada and Kinal Cross have been trying Mi* **• 
hardest earh having gone to the p4isi four times in an eight day i- 
perlod . A G Sjnlthers U Ihe leading trainer so far. having 
saddlerl six w'lnners . Tom Kenton has saddled three vvinners n» 
horses slrerl hv firry Skies have vvon four races while Plover, 
Mahe Monday and fiverdrlve have sired three winners each 
I'urely personal opinion If Jim Patton had been op hand when 
the meet started he would be giving Jim .Sivewrlghi and Ron 
Willlama a battle for riding honor* 


KPt \i ,.p 

1 C*mii*n*lla H-xIfB* ) 


Additional .Sport 

iO-lI 


r.iugh Poiixrd badly 

d Ron game and everv 

r, ^'toe he .arried the hall xfier 

that, he Wii- booed heartily 
Marlow assisted from Ihe 
towns fiehi him-elf after a bruising 
iMior* 

*toog cheered w hen the public address 
t - ann/Minre/ said he was iniured 

Jn.",'’!!!"' 

■*f ^11 


fvsTrav otvisio- 

WunmiiM 3 

e!;-xii»|h I 

eMi*a«ipf‘> . I 

f« r*rs* _ f 

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rin»i»B* * 




r-skimos nev*er wei.* .«hle lo 
<rs=!. It, Rombei defc-,. . ; w-uh 
-'inv effertiveocss 7 tie .-rowd. I 

■ y Hto.t at Wtnni|fey '.idlum. 

■ ^ afiproval when a despera 

' «M ^''^to^iiiion drive finally 

petered out on the Winnijieg IfV 
T v,ard line in fhe fa«e of viciou* 
Bomber larkling'ln the fourth 

H) quarier 

Bombers 01.1 (Jwir toiuh 
chr*. on the ground a* neither 
1 aa* had mueh *urres* at anv 

iw time through «he air Along the 
, ground, however the fourth 

pla'-e Winnipeger* enjnved a 

; wide marctn 

I £ ‘ 9ownr 

im to Kdmonton'* J2 and pirkH 
iJJJ up 291 vards ru*hlng a- rom 
IM, pared ir. 1*3 f„r the rhamplf.na 
IM Kdmontor.'s Ja<kie Parker 
*•• rompleted three nf 12 attempt * 


i.iippers lirop 
Decision to Vs 


AT MEMORIAL ARKNA 

Opening W.H I. f.aiiw 

Friday, Oct. 7 


NANAIMO Pei 
defending wnrid 
ho< kev rhamplnns 
■Nanaimo I'lippers 
final period to emr 
*> 1 vi.-inr> over it 

Uinigh* 

^ A 'railed .12 ej 
■‘'••d (,cnod M„i rap] 
U' -“-wered goals, »< 
while .Nanaimo 1 

12 .nd p,rk»| » 'l"*l 

. .. ■•■■li’h house h'.-Jkey 


Ctupri 


flROOKI.VN* OOlN.KItS 
H la M« Hr TB ear ao aa aa 


Nt« Wtstmlnittr 

Aduha fl. tl.at. • 1 . 80 . iS 
OIMren 80#. OOg. 78 e. if 

TKKKTM OS HAIJ: 

An FORT «T. 

OrxHind Floor. C^'l Bidg. 


e*arN. a 
Braaiit# 

' KalWrt 

> Rosb 


STOCK 


Viftoria Team To Meet Pils 


to -’Ivr Ms rluh 11 yards 
the air I,eake . ticked 
one of four pa«s at 
f'T a me.xgre Hirer 


CARS 

TODaV — TIME TRIALS — 2 P.M 


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Ttidav, 1'omorrow 


Too«r 

fto<'<'ca 

^ P ■ vitiftrtft kf>4 Oi»lri«t 

II ■ ■ ■ Foa'Mil L»«cur (ttii 4i«l«ton. 

■ 9 -^ I I T O I * JHAA «« b 4 ut«ilt Hn«>«4 »*rnu« 

J.11 J II. l3 I kj/ldl ll -VlM.ru a.mri 

y FmiICI!. Lft.U* MMIA. .itUUB. 

V •I'Ula • Bakar; ** Bkllat Bralttarf. 

d~\ I > P*" Vlruru an. Ot>i>Ul 

,000 at Sandown 

f I .« Viciori. an. n<*'rl'‘ 

■ a- fiai K„A *h« .. _ _ . . Cnrkvt AaaMiattrm final .ama "I 

JIM TANG Ann thP ram^r# \a>s nw*di*fi .nurkaut tnumamam o«k Baj *a 

Murh hFralrt«*rt Msfflc Not** for the fifth time dunn« the 
finally marie ii* fir.>* *iart at to deride plaring. In ihe a ci«aniy i'ltck r.r fn»*r 


Ron Young, ot>e in Ihe »ea'i»nd convened by Bunker Hill, to 
I and third quarter. Siephenx gt\e Navy a 37-0 bulge, 
j rame through with two more Ijmssion itihhed nail Into »he 
lourth-qiiarter touchdowns, hmh nlreath-mn a raiM B wm twd».>f the 

, Vamp.* b\ iniorc'epting a desjier* 


aiion pass on the ames last 


Uamnnalii paa> 


» 4k • m eoo'Ul) U.i«fr»|*T .f 
Wakhit>ainn la Unxaranr of Ora- 
l>)n KINO Channai k 
Jen Feotball Ijf A>ual»* Ra*a 
»* etiiakurth atrrlata. KtNO CAan- 


hH- the final a»'ore 
Next Jiaturda\. Navy will he 
nut to wreM first plai'e from 
Oak Bav Drake.* al Macdonald 
park Game time ti 2 p m. 


r .V Hr "'‘•rlnoked. managed to hold on 

Who had won 511. this year 

on Var.rouver trarka. iia.sni 

equal to Die la^k. under the finish wire head and 

Favored allRliUy over the iiead. 
stretch running Dimitri in the 

well bet Time- liandi. ap. fea «ombmed with favored 

lure ra.e of the dfrr Magic Note pgjp^ for a $21 95 quinella. 
faltered in Die sireirh After Tomorrow’s card has five 
riueling with Renmerh f<*r seven race* over Die *ix furlongs dis- 
furlongs in the m'> raie ind mnie and two «iver a mile and 
finished a wellheaien fourth 70 vaid* First post time ha* 
Top weight of 125 pfoimts and been advanred to 1 .VI for the 
the effort of holding off Hen- halarire of the meet, 
merh t.Kik It* loll a* Cf.roa and c hart Is on r>ap«* 11 and 

Lucy's I>oll. running as an *he ( olonist Handicap on 
enin. finished In that oioer 


Cklikri taini af BfpunMr It. 
CBOT CbkAiirl S 
kOOTBAl I. 

t M) p 01 - VlrTiiru JuAUr Cana- 
aup Foolb.ll Lra.ur HotbI RoaM 
*» Vamp)'** Ua*aBB.IA patk 

7 10 p n< VKioru J'lmot Cana- 
OiBii rooibaC t«*tu* Oak Ra« 
DrikP* ft HMCa VMCur* at Nad«n. 
ool.r 

) 0 It) C«i* oAAft btiUon maiclt. 

Ofoitf Bi(t*l<'* and H>i|b Mo.rxnr 
*• B«>b stameng and Johnnr Mcrri* 
ttian lltiianAa Oalt Club. 

MOVOAV 
HORar BACISO 

I >« pm r.gh'A dar nf M-nar 
ra'» mi>*Mni Ban.t.vn park 


Oak Bay llrake*. current 
Victoria Intermediate i ana- 
dlan Kuotball 1 ,/eaxue leadera, 
have announcesj the nigning 
of two former VlcUirla grid 
btars In an efrurt lo strength- 
en their Injury -riddled line- 
up. 

signed were halfbaak Boh 
MiHtaghan. former St. I/Oiil« 
('oMege star, and veteran full- 
hack len Scott, who played 
with the defunct Victoria Cou- 
gar* In and will prolMihl.v 
handle (he Drake kk'king 
('horea. 


('uatom Installed 
Complete with Aerial 

ONLY Ow 

FASV TKHMS • TRADF. INS 


li-Lats Urub Kiders 

clMvlng Pete A-h in the hack 

HOW THtt , more majors m the final session field, lai ked a consMeni gmund 

WL T F AFM hsMle attack, finlv little (*h»rUe 

: ,* : \lt l” S hocks mi ATTFRI-.II Bi.hop w«* ahle in dent the 

o*ia*i? > 4 • *H Ik? 4 E’e-heveny pa—ed for three ^*'v line grinding out most of 

touchdown* and hr scorpfj one team's yardage along the 
Montreal Alouetie*. sparked hlm-elf to shatter the rebuilt cround. 
by the pinpoint passing of quar- Argo’* linj>e.s of breakinjf a lie.sTARTI-.n FAKI.V 
terhack .Sam Klchevern. came for third place wtth the Rough Navv wa« ahead VO before 
from behind wlih two converted Riders. f^e fan* had a rhance to setiie 

touchdowns in the final quarter The touchdown Kicheverry bai-k in their seat* Navy ran 
Saltirday to nip Toronto Argo- scored came in ihe fourth quar- a -hort Vampire punt hack to 
nnu(« Vi2« in a wide-open Big ter and if prove<! to be Mont ih.- Vam^’ JK-vard ime amt 
Four FooDiall 1,'nlon game at reals winning margin. Home Bill Schick buret over left fa.kle 
Toronto. brew halfback Jacques Rein- m «,.nre on Ihe nexi plav 

’Hie viclory enabled the de- ff ihe .MonirenI touch- Vampires, who weie held to 

fending champion* Al* to main- wMh ihe others going to ihree vards rushlnc from scrim 

tain a first place deadlock with -I;*' ' Pal and Retl O’gumn. O.id rnage iri the first quarter fumh- 
Hamilloti Tiger-Oi*. who over* K'*rehak convened four of Ihe ^ fr,,,- 

powered a haples* O t I a w a f've jouchdowns and Tex Coul jj^^pHrev l.ehmd Iheir own 

Rough Rider squad, JO-n. before '^r b 4 «uM a first-quarter single r.eornt .Siephens who 

about TMRKK fX»K I'FMirFR was Ihe standout plaver In the 
l.l sK) at Ottawa. Argonaui.s also picked uo five 'ailurs’ 


Kflucfttion Minister Ray Willi-vton gave the 1955-56 
Victoria and District Football League season it* 
official start yc.sfeitiay afternoon al Royal Athletic 
park a.s he jw'rformeil th<‘ opening kick-off ceremonies 
for tiw first -division match between Heaney.* and 
Victoria West Heaneys, winners of the league title 
last season, opened the new campaign with a 3-1 
viclory. 


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|»Aik in ofic of Die two mahhcR right lo *»*t Die -stage for 
tl»nt njicned the |e,igm‘’s J95.» >6 ftaMson'x *Pts»nd goal. • 
kic.c.on. JHAA and K&quimall. the t^o 

A goal by Jim Davi.son wilh oihcr first division clubs, meet 
pi minulcs remaining gave I'an- ^t Jlevwood Avenue park today 
B'lian .'^••'ittish H 3 2 decision over At 2 .10 p m. In second division 
r>iitch Wanderer* at Windnor arimn, Brodies Hakery langle* 
park in the sefond division uiih Buifer Bros, at Central 
uitcner. tiark al 2.10. and Queeh'.s Own 

.•<bowlng an edge In mndition tbfie* meei Tlllicum* al Wind- 
Bgainsf an almost completely re- -■**’•' f>*rk Bt 2 . 10 . 
h.'ilt Vi* loiia Wcsl team. An Important meeting hai 
Ilcatievs were given a tuxsle In been scheduled this afternoon 
Ihe first naif hul broke a 1 I at 230. League official* and 
deadlock al the Inlermiaalon team manager* will meet with 
w ith a pair of goals In Ihe sec- the BC. Football Commis.slon at 
ond half. The cartagemen Itad the British PuWleSchooU Club. 
m*». 4 t of the play In the final ■C» —— 

minute* and Tim Walker netted wjm • L’ 1 

what proved to he Ihe winner VlPfnt*1!) \iYI1Qrl 
ntter 20 minute*. " kjUUcill 

3 01 THU 1. ri.A1f.KS I rii I 

The grc*-nshlri.* had *e^e^al I I rOllllV 

youthful pUver* In their lineup X 1 UUII V , 

inrt '■V a nv.. m.-.n l,»m (rrnn ,h, 

I..r Ih- Mpp-rt-n -nrt ,p, trophy 

i -olhnc«nort -am, m Urn \ ,n v-„-rd,v hy 

r,.ov-r and dl. rl-t rt-f-tlne S-aMl-, .12. In . i-,m 

Heanevs applied he pre«i*ure . ' 

In Ih- -»rly ««-, h„i *' 

lame ha. k In the latter p.iri of 

D>e first half and drew f»r*t Ted (Harke and Gme Hoover, 
Mood a.* Roy Speller banged Seattle player*, will 

home Kre.l I'urils .-orner kick, perform In' an exhibition match 
Tim Walker, outstanding for ** Sussex couDa today at 
l>«e winner* started the play ^ 

1 ‘iat IryJ to Heaney's first goal. Complete result* follow: 
Walker passed to Crisp In mul- Clara* -.tf-.f dafraiM Dr K 
field Wt.n In turn crossed to D.*r- 

tell Riirley, who made no mia- Hnov»r u-u, b.ii i».h it-ii 

t,lk^ on Ih^ I PhflfH'O. LBrwiA 

Walker ihen pul Heanev* «» * 

ahead to •lay In the se.’ond half i»-ii n n t-is i u. ut 
and veteran Frank (Irealy, on a *viM«ria' *ai*ai*« M»on«r. 

pl.iv wilh Rirley. firrM the . . . 

‘ . When Dw* Comunity Chest of 

IIORvt SCORKS two tJieaier Vicioria was founded in 

Davison combined with Arrhte 19.TK. avemge campaign costa 
Tnvlor to give the Scots a |0 were more than iwkn* the 
lead at half lime Hanney Horst present amount of less than 


THK TOTAL COST TXI VOl 


attack, fell on the ball 
for the first of hU three touch 
uow rts 

Another short kick, another 
weak point in Vampires' «ffen 
.sivr, i-oM Milchell's squatl an- 
other live points al Ihe eml of 
Ihe quarter .Nav-y got the hail 
on Ihe losers’ 30, TTiree plai ,8 
laler .Schick slipped over left 
Inkle for another five point*, 
in give Navy a 1.5-ti quarter 
lime lead 

Vampires threatened In rally 
early in the oecnrid period, but 
the threat wa.s short-lived, 
petering nut on the sailors’ iO* 
yard slnpe. 

VersBlile Archie I.aingslon 
tired two louchdow'n passe* lo 


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10 Batl^ (dolonift Viruri*, rt s« , n<-( z, ims 

Jack Adams Pleased 

With Big Detroit Cluh; 
Ullman Draws Praise 

Bv r\l t, PATTON (Jlenn llalj. 2 T. the U>*iem Htykey 


SAl'LT STK MARiK. Oni i(Ti Sawchuk t pJate. 

Jark Adams, a UfiJp man himself, Another rookie. IGyeAr-oM Norm 
likes hi« hockey players Thai's rilman, also playeil m the WHL 
why he < so happy with the eurrrnt In tK *4 Adams pwiicti.he i-ouM 
NAUonnI TTn< 1 t»T' Hilton of wm the • rnokte-of-ihe year award 
rvn-oit P.ed \\mcs If De has the iiitht Iincmates.' A 

-This IS the hiKEest team we've '’'‘fTt-m «-ored 25 goaU an .1 

•ver had at netm,i the WinK» >•'**'■ 

general mana«er said. *'I earn re* Kxeept for an ankle injury suf 
call ex’cr *e«‘UMt.om’ as lonje ferrd in a softball gante in lit>t 
Siatlsrics bear nui hts statement. ^ prubablv 

tnAde as the WmE> IrainH f..r the hm-e-been vMWH up laM 

1 ^.. tR season Detroit a 12 regiil.if 

fniwarHs avfiage is:i j«.unds and Terme.J the boxi pn>apcct with 
the stx defenremrn thiec js-unds Kdmnni-m Oil Kin«s, Memorial (Aip 
more finalist* in 1 ^j 4 . he ended the tea- 

nnly iwn of the \9 men-left- with Kdmonlon Hyers. 
linger Ted l.inriaay and centre m*t KP»N ON Bl i \K 
Dutch P.eibel— are under five feet. Another Flyer alar, Johnny Bu* 
m inches. eyk. who enpluivd the rookie-ot the 

1 rKFS TO IJAMBI.K J**'**" wextem le.igue last 

' . .. . se.vinn, also figures m Adams* 
Adams, starting lus rOth year/fn . 

horkev and his JtHh with Detroit. * ' , . , ,, ,• 

ts a man who like* to gamble. mokiea incUide Urry Hdl- 

Never before mNlll.hisloi 7 hiS a Itfyear-idd defeweman. 

Stanley Oip rhamp...n been M> tom Norm ( -ireor.an, a five-year 
■ pl.iNcr with ttershey of the Amer 

One nf the h.gg.-^t sh.ikeup* sent defonremen 

Teriy Sawchuk .he te.ujue * alb 

•larBoalie to Rost.m Bnun. Other |,„|,.„g^orth. centre W 

Black »Uwks and New \otM fUm 

tecs as well « Bnjins involve,! U the 

^ Mnnireal (.’.inadicn < bii»n. was 




,'l ! i- I I . . i ' . ' I , , . I >• I M <1 

BlarkpcHil two points and boosted aia>«kura a i oob. » i,»f a ». 

ill total for the *eas,»n to 15 from c ? w^"'* * 

10 matches ! " ''•‘•',,‘■1 J- 

l.inroiB C I. Bn«l«1 IS S 

Oiarllim Athletic travelled to the uvriuMi « enmMuin k \ 
MidlamU and foumt Wcxt Brom- ’ 


wieh Albion in lop form A crowd n«in»fb«m o 3 ruih«m 3 . 
of 35 .U 0 I) saw tTinrilon and West wm - h*i^ u «. a'»rn»i»i o 


l»i. C J. Suwt C 1. 
l.inroiB C I. Bn«l«1 'B S 
UfduMi « ei)mnu<n k i 

WMi4H«a*« r • vuM* c 1 

port Vai« 1. Burr I 


Brum tie S -3 in a match packei oivisios in ( 8 «Bib,«n< 
with thnils. rharlion m>w has It auHn.rinaun* i a<iu;ft«m.i,on i 
piniits from 11 game*, west Brom co»»«uit c s 8 *iBdo« t o 
ta in third posilion-on goal aver- *Cf*In 7 iV * 

age— with 13 points Si>«uuit c i r«rs a i, 

Fourth place M.inchesier I’nited. 


When the Wings lake the ke in 


their first game against t*hicago at ^“^^hens^put^him M^waR^ S'*"***' ***P ^ ^Ti'* V ’’ >onr. emled a poor run with a 2-1 

Detroit Oct. < in search of an ... n..irAii ranked roilege fnnihnil team* «.»» :• aouin ctrojak * vieiory over Manchester City. Chel- »»«*« 

oigMh straight league title. G-xtfn'v '•1 DaMcned opponent* Saturday hut ri,V^'’A‘i*M"W*’sTnirtw-*' 7 ’’ ' w* now is fourth from U>e bottom e*tV'v 7 >* 

rookies and five other new players veteran P.H Kelly just manage,! to * Tollcfiham. the third I^ondon club 


Dotroit Rod Wings, ivith only nlno players Icfl from T 
the .squad which won the iaUnloy Cup la.sl season, 
will pro.sont a “now look” whon they open the NHL P 
rampaign against Chicago Black Hawks Tluirsday. **' 
Six of their now playtus, pictured left to right during c 
a praclice .session arc: front row. Rucky Hollingworth, 

Real Chevrefila and Norm Con*oran; back row, 
Warren (Jbdfrcy, Eddie Sandford and Jerry ^ 
Toppa<;ini. 

u 

Indians Score Early; 
To Upset Ohio Slate- 


ts in third po*ilion-on goal aver- 3 *^ * 

age— with 13 points s#«uuit c 3 0 -ir*ni park 

Fourth place Manchester I’nited. 

al.su with 13 point*. mm|>e,t to a »'>'•**«»'*;» J > t 

. . t . Twqut, U 3 Nanhamtiion 

ronvirv'mg 3-1 victory over Luton Wkiuaii < Airt*',hfl' 3 

w*'!ufil 3 *»»<»! »• • 
DtVIStOV III •HBrlbtfRl 

Surtderlami went uncler 1 at j DsMm«i«n s. 


Portsmouth. A crowd nf 40 , 0 II 0 abw csmo# o i ai^ow o 

.. . n , . .1 cr>»*!»r 3 Wre»nim I 

Kverton win 2-1 at Newcastle. rna*i«ifiai 8 « aAtnhcM 


rh'*l«ifial8 t aAuihouri I. 

Ct**« a 1 OIShtiB A 3 
nefttf C 3 WarkinsiAB I 
Clriaiftv T 3. AfrrinatM t 
nstilapA«l« 0 I, ari|niSArp« V 1. 


Gaurita Tech 3e S W V 7 
Rc< l.mona II V W 1 • 

Itavv 3t Bouin Ckroonk * 

}J NAria T»*t« S'ii» S. 
fldrtd* A a M St Brnsaif 4 


(tROB'o iMTRovr^t s i 

An aggregate of tWT>.(K»- A slight o V' 

improvement on the tast two .Salur- 
daya — taw Saturday's 46 Kngli<h 
Soccer liTague matches One-of , 

the biggest crowds of the day f /«!_/• k 
tumH up at tvondon'x Highbury 
.Stadium to wjitch luwly Arst'nal W#/Vii 

play Aston Villa tTlflfl 

The lAindon club won 1-0 on a isous 

goal by winger CtorJon Nutt who oitisiox i 
was HTently signed from Tarriiff chVnfnn' 

That win lifted Arsenal ulf bottom 2 ^nphT*T* 7 o* " 
place m Division I to third from the aanorrwnc 
loot of the fable “ 

Oiel'M'a, league ehampiuns last imvikiov ii 
year, entleil a poor run with a 2-1 *''”*^* 

vieiory over Manchester City. Chel- »»«*« cu* 
sea now is fourth from live bottom r,)ti vii« 


Mtbrrnikn 3 KtlHUrnArt | 

OM«*n ■( aouth I. falklrk B 
Stirlln* A 1. Duafsrralint \ 

DivtaioA a 

AilKMth 3. Duod*« V «, 

Afr U I. 7710* Lsnark • 
ar*rhin C I. Brralrk R 1 
C'a*il»nS«4(h S, MottiroM-. S 
CaiI aurtint 3. 8tr»nr*«i* 1 . 

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Cru*«d*f* 1 . Unri«M 4 
DuilllArr 1. Ban««r 1 
aieokroB 3 D«rrf C • 

Mrs, W’. rtaven won the 
'adies' tombstone golf competi 
I lion held at Uplands Golf Club 
Friday. Runner-up was Mrs. H 
1 1 .. Wootiaton. 


(KC. Soccer 
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Key figure on Ihe , lub will be humbled by .Hanford In the *,’• 

, TTve 23- year • old Chevrefds 1, arAnSr;, • 

Mcdfll RoUIhIs •“H'tlstng Indians, who m’"*' " 

ivmvvaua »w.set«aas*k.7 (),n/Tn bow,*d to Oregon State last week. n*«t4j«4 is k*o 44. aiu 

I "The new frfasers have Ix'en fli- rolled to a louchdiiwn the first >*^ Ark4««4i • 

Start I iipsdav ■"« i'T 'I:;''' "" sv:ss!%""h''.“u.". is 

K./IC11 1. * lavoxaca y ci.,nncT uid ball and aquee/ed out a 7-0 vtc- a*4nrord s oai« bum a 

‘ lorv over the favored Ohio Stale 3.“'!"* 

First of two modal rounds on WING NI.OPK Ol'KV squad. ralitamiB 37 Penn«*l«tn<4 

full handJfap for 'he Bennmc Tlie right combination for Ihe in other leading Kamo* of Ihe M^rirun^* j* *' 

Cup will he plavod at the V’lc- rluh's third line bothers Adams, day, lop-raicd .Marsland whipped M»rB\w»u n 

Iona Golf Club Tu»*sda> .'xocond Nalurnlly. he'a pleased with his big Baylor. '.'0-6. soi-ond ranked Miehi- 5lr*'3« tiHosun# aliV?"! 
round of iho eompeiliion Is line of Gordie H«mo, Ted Lindsay ^nn tkiwned Michigan State 11-7. s*' vuTillATr s 


Siindfont. 27 , is an eight-year vet- 


makr the setem rmie Hist week 


Medal Rounds 
Start Tuesday 


Tuian* 31 HailAxtivra t 

MirMvan 14 Mlcl-itkA SI4 « 7. 

Itllneu 44 t0*4 K'kta 4 

Nol’v U4B14 lb InBlaa* 4 

WUrnnain 37 lAB* 14 

pgrbuf 7 MtBAMois a 

Am'h naSA'B <4 NAMh hskata I 

Utah 34 MiMOgrl 14 

Nanr4a«a 14 X»<>44* 4 

Ta«a« Tacn 34 Oklahoma A A M 4 

TCU 34 Arkaixai • 


•ehoduled Oet It. and Dutch Reibel, His second line prfnre 97,2;« fans at Ann Aiixir, 

Firsi roiind draw : ** Delveerhio. Dlnoen. anrf Clievre- thud-ranked tloorgia Tech whipped 

IS "A m.m j f:.ru and Mm i> Mr- III*. LTIman Will centre the third .Southern Meituxtisl, 20-7; Okla- 


iaan« a<air IS M<*n>ana Brat# 14 
Cslorbdn 13 Kanaat 4 
ralitamia 37 Prnn«*l«an<a 7 
U C U A Ik Waahiniin* aiaM S. 
Marvland 34 Skvlnr a 
Har«u#'U 13 TuUa • 

T*i4f A A U 31 Hn>.«li>n 1 
Birr 3A taHtialana aitlr 34 
Vanilarbllt 31 Aiahama 4 
Xrnlnrk? 34 VilliKOta 4 
wt>ti<Bti«n I* Or*<nn 7 
0 8C. It. Trtai 7 •erlrttt< 


m the doldrums. h»sl 3-0 at Btrm- enrisjiw m .xbbihmsb. 
tngham an<t slumiM-d into bottom ' ‘i | 

.place in Ihe sian»lmg*. to, «*^*u ~ ” * ! 

Fuihnm won 3 2 at r.oiheiham »o«th**nij u ■ i 

'and moved fnun fifth place to sec- ' i I 

'ond from Ihe top In DivisHtn II niviMON in (VMihMia* 
Bristol Rovers lost 2-0 at Lincoln ‘A^inBgt.,B''X ' 
but keep their place as swond di- Br*af«ca c .. -.** 7 

j vision leaders with 15 points E'ul- »?unihnrt#* o * I i 

I has 14 point* ru, 

l.eyton Orient. Ihe only winner oivikiov a 
' among the top sis clubs tn the } ' 

Thtnl Division iSouthern*. now Rauh ra,»i» ' i 

holds second place, two points be- "• \ 

hind Northampton. In lly North — - - > ' 

Grtmsby esiahlished a iwo-polnl " 3 


line but the wing slots arc still h,vma 
open. for Us 


Adam*, who made the trades he- Dame made it two straight wins 


71 Meihixtisl. 20 - 7 ; Okla- 1 T' • I. 

tripped Pittsburgh. 26-14 1 riUmpil 

Jlsi straight va lory; Notre c' J 


J 8 C. i# 7 r*a. 7 .erirt.f beating It* main rival. Ac- **VihVon a * 

I 1 r ¥7 • I icnngton. 34 J. Arr umira .. 1 

.asles Inumpn I Aberdeen, firotlish champmns . 1 

" i last season qualified for the final arrrhiB cii* 4 

Kagles. held to a 2-2 half lime , Scottlih League Cup compe- * 


^"lUk Mr. r M.R.. .M Mr. a llf»e bul the wing slots arc still h,vma tripped Pillsburgh. 26-14 i riUmpll ' Aberdeen, Srollish champmns 

open. for its Jlsi straight vwlory; Notre ” I last season, qualified for the final 

r " *'*''■** Adam*, who made the trade* be- Dame made it two straight wins E'^RI****. held to a 2-2 half lime Scottlih League C*up compe- 

•» « Pfori«r sn4 Mr. 8 c^use •'im team ran aland pit." py routing Indi.ina, 19-0; VClJi re- *Ip. erupted for four hy beating the Rangers 21. 

**V» 4 -M..« j w.H*r i-rt Mm A B eiifs hi* dcfcnre ihi* year M proof covered from last weeks heart- *n*weredgoals in tJie .second pyj |hj.y will not know who their 

j o M.nro .r* vir. n «he 19Vi Wing* are stronger than breaking defeat to Maryland by answered goal.* In the second f.nal opponents will be until next 

Wh-k’-’' InxI vear'« Stanley C\ip champions. w-gUoping Washington .Slate. 5^0. Ii*h. 6-2, in a Division Ml Jun- 1. Saturday, when Motherwell and 

a’VuNw" " * *"'* ' " Boh GnldhAm, at 32 the ohlesl ^rmy stopped Penn State, 36-6, and tor Juvenile .Sorcer league ex- ,St. Mimn play a rematch, having 

lAiv Mr. H n>«,.nrt sn* ki'. K Wing, t* the other defence Texas Christian route,! Ailuinsas, hlhitinn match played yester- lied 3-3 yesterday despite over 

®'*a"a Mr. w a L#.rh 4"d Mr. s moo With Msrly Pavelieh. Jerry ,\f^y at S. J. WUIts high school, lime. 

MM n ifirru .nrt mm « Toppa/. 2 ,m. the extra forward* Ji.ard-charging Washington, lead- — ~ ' 

Mnu>d* along with Corcoran, Bu«-yk and jkj itaU-Hme. wore Oregon 1 ' 

A, ® ihindford down in the se,-ond half and C' ^ 

i 4 ks-MM J o I *<,»*,*» *Bd Mr. \^'hat team figure* to five Ihe ^p^red an l »-7 triumph for it* Ql J|W ^ fkrr I 

‘’i“*b^mm‘"a iM xy. r Wing* the toughest opposition thU ,b,rrf Biraight victory of the seaaon' # |i UY 7%iAM C. I 


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All-Stars To Meet Wings 
In Annual Clash Tonight 

• €/-»Krn-l>f A T i/'Pi ThP rt»«! H4ir* Lu-nl»» T^rnfUn •"'1 

MONTRLAIi 'III - i ne S«.rhut no* nt RiMton 0» 

•reaieat nlaver* in horkev, re i»n'» tv»oi H»f»rr Mnmrr.i 
• ' " ^ ' • . . .,_k P.mm a4M»n r»n,f» Jm« 

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t» ni wnrlc a unit »a*'’ •'"! M.urtrn Rirnt'd Add Refr,l* 

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nrnve nnee more rhat a Cntlee vam 

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<>hine diA Li'(enbM**r Chtrtin irti wiPt 

' H»ff3 w»,,m» Chir*|n •rd l*o r.'f* 

It i* the ninth annual Nation- r«r«*rd. Lm Limn. Rn.tafi. tnd a«n 

.... t tl.a..- *,»*trl. 

a1 Hockey League all *tar game ^ 

officially u*herlng In H'e luo le-trem.n Re* «r is* iir.i 
56 .xeason. H brings together «ita ia*u Oftnui 

the selected all star* of la*l *ea «■«•' 

Ron both the first and secnndi 
teams— and the .Stanley t'up| 
rharopions. Ihe Detroit Red^ 

After the game, the all-star*| 
will rejoin their club* prepara 
tor>' to the opening later in the 
week of Ihe regular schedule 
Proceed* from the game go 
the NHL pension Aortety. 

8T\RA WIN FOUR 

The all-stars have won the; 
apertade (our times. Only onec 
have the Stanley Cup cham ' ^ f 

pions been vleionou*. and once k BW Wm 

they tied. In 19M and 1952 ^ 

wlien the first allstar ie,im met 
the second all-star team the 
games were He*. 

Coach Jimmy Skinner will 
handle hi* Red Wings Sunday 
night. Dick Irvin, a* coach ,>f 
the runner up Montreal Cana 
V diens In the cup sene.* |a*t , 

^ epnng. v»Ul direct the all star* 

Since then Irvin has taken over^ 
the Job of coaching Chuago 
Black Hawks. 

In addition to the 10 plavers 
Of the first and aecond atUiar 
teams, Ir\1n ha* the prlsdlegr 
of using eight other player*. 

Those on the all *Ur team, in 
order of first — and aecond- j 
tram choice, are: 


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Blackpool XI Pulls Out in Front 
As Albion Holds Charlton to Tie 


By JOHN K.4KKOB 

I.ONDON (AP> — BliickpotO 
matched a 2-1 victory oxer t’ardiff 
Oiy !^turtta> and pulled clear of 
rival Oiarlton Athletic in the Kng- 
llith Soccer Lcaaue First Division 


Saiurttny's results; 

i.s4iURM Lcsora 
nivisio* t 

Ati.atl I A.ien Vilu • 
Si'intoth.m C 3 TWiirnnAm H 0. 
aitrloMl 3 Cirdiff C 1 
afNi«n W 3 Wai*»rhtmptA«) W t 
Ch.,..* 1 U*nrlt**Mr C I 


, Bh*lflr!i1 U 1. Rurn>* 3 


W«n.M*l4 T 1 HAillti T 1. 
Sorhaal* > Oat«Ab*«4 I. 
a'nrfeiMti I SrAdtard • 
TVtnm.r* R 3 Tttrt C I 

sroTTisn i.r*<a't err 

«*mi-rM«t4 
R*ni«rt I. AMtdAta 3 
MoiA.r«*n J. Utrrrv 3 


nememher \^hen: 

Babe Kulh »e| the major 
league record (nr a *ea)WMi'a 
total home run* by smonhlng 
mtt hi* 6#ih of the •chediila 
with New Vcirk \ ankee*, *8 
year* ago yenterday The 
great dufiger, who died in 
19t6. hit 714 homer* In hla 
batehall career *tretchlng 
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Racing Results 


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tKa N«n-«iDntri !•« rae«* aiivvatf I iba . naimiaa trtca IlKM 
arafarraO' f^JrM tflfldai F'Mt. UN aa<OR4. fIM ihln) tM 

MIX n Rti>*<OA 


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Mo Kir tniial 

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talc RattffB 

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3u* *ot(hv Kti Miw Ctnaa. Omlvaf B<7f 
Poinca KiB’ti B*ca- 
Adam AOf Ot 

«ruk< • - IN O'* 10 M u oa 

UMIJNSMA fn-AAMfMt 'rtimi.n' ‘O'* 

|W>lar Rirt '•ark»’ti « •*" 

* ** In a VawaVi Oa'ra F"**’'* 

raaaint H**v' KaAM 0»U|ht WoU Oal 


Belmont 


iBdai 


Koraa and o*nar 


RP Wi So '« >a A« B(( Pin Joekax OddNir 


■H Momo' III N M N 10)0 Sdroui lOaniaia*' Ito H 111 0i 

SaBiBliaa ’ArratA' _ 1 11 I OA pit,ri» witii* -Oia»> ) ir 

Crucial 'QiaMnar’ III Ttm* Par s^ad iTariatiit 

Ttaa i )l 1-1 Tim* no I t 

Al«a ran nt*«k Da? Wa» Tharn a'*a Sn*d * T»ar Iniuialion 
Hall*Ban. Ta T)>* Prnni Pi|htis| Wt*a p>*adnm lOa-Dtn Pign'iAi in*. 
Marnm? Plaaiani Carai*l*n*. Knrdar vuim 
Ann Raralaria Curlar Top •Olvadan Ra* - 

Larnrnrit iRAh*naai 

Sarand Rara- Ha'diail a' Armi 

PBaiani*. -Krfimido HIM | IN I Ml 

Mr Am 'Quarliu . UBO 1*0 S«*»> Jan* Paoamat*i 

Pnim Of Ordar Tima. 1 10 


AlOl Bp*e Bo I lOJfloaaSVWlU.i J 111 
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Nil Caiatiai Oana o •CuriaOim* I ill 
All* Imai B^M I <Ui(On*rmani I 111 
Nl? Ptaraful Pa*t 1 <W*llR«ti> I III 
Nn t.lin* Pc9P«r » <ll*krd|Pr> I 117 
Nil Chirk a Lnii 1 >ri«dBib)« 7 *101 


4' O' 10 l< RWilIMm* I IB 

r* I' 14 14 JRrnooBliald 14 M 

• y po 1 • jFa«i«o 10 to 

I' i* o' Jm«*«riBbi II 71 

' I" 0** »• COIrlrh I M 

I' a ' 4 HBiitr** 0 11 

' 7 7 Ba UOuaraaai 111 


>>nit)s .TOR ypsr« B(n s firs thp Higc'^ot AMrarUons in iho 
Bitwkpol Ihp \1UlA of Ihp irsp. iMoumxI counlr>. 
whiVh Pirn IhPD WBA mors Thp rfonm was «m-e useti a* a 
than 2.000 ypBrs old. The tformliory for convi«tB durin£ 


II Mirrun^ 
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IVKinrr 

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Ai Boit and mtf a< ill Tm* U 01 llll-t iiher riaud? Trail laai 
S'ott anod Wnn drivlnc dinner *n<»>rd i« M rlalmnd for M OM 
Bnar Bn aaa raard ba>'l in run awar Iran ati* |ai food BMiilon Back of Iradara. 
vait*d Id fdp iiarn. «or*d ub araduahr and dtian iirakfhtanrd aut in airauh mad* 
• aO Id (lonl-anl «aa fdont a*ar ai and CWidt? ran Co|i>n*i Uapa laid •ubanlaaiun 
art Bark airaleh iduk rlear l*ad Ioanna ta* turn but oduki ndi tiald arinnrr in 
final otdhih Catnnal flan* aaa iirini <n la" Mrt dut Arid baiaara aafa 
lawi Buna cinaad a IM •! aruand in (inai Uiraa-rlahtlia. foataful Pail triad Id 
innv* up Id i*sd*ra loina dudu bark airoith raafnod rantaniidn. ih*a (a*a dar 
iJtiia Pappor r«uid ndt kotP US CBtcK i IdU ran dlda (onuii dll back airctcB 
Oaardriabt IA*brr <)i. LiMl Buna 'l‘. LUIla Pappor >0' 

prriarrd Xa" d a?niaa. Bu<no tXHni* 


|l!Oir»l mxy open ii.o g«ipn Uf interior of ihelrep in'* «fm- 

io gpt a pietv of ihp icJobal lo b hHqhi of .Ml fwi. Ipbv- In mein 

41 id 111 10 oi'i ***^'*'^*^* ^*^’*^*”^'*'" *'* wbIop • Upi'rtnx \\in(lnu« ha’ 

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— **®di«psteh from MoKtmv. ihe bane. urn hangPtl It 

»* 'Nratiai sior? |,jg^ miuhiy Soviel mone- The tree 2'io) feel hfiih, con- U wft< uneil 

tary policy of ihe pxpfii.slve tinned lo ihrlvc 

til 10 tie 10 ION I'uble may be as bix an uhstacle t 

n ..MO to any aniitipated tourist b«)om * 
k Bikim oraaii *• “Iron curtain' itself. 

udci Bain Boau 


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Poor kl»r* Btaamfi'ior Th« Or*a> ktan, 
PuaiM Pufi Ldvar Ph*id'ppld*a Ui.Mcn. 
Aai* B«at« Third Bidtboi 
Third Rara 
Odulaah 'Arrarac 
Pabitioiia lUuartni 
yarmodth iValrntuola 
TImo I II O-l 

AJao ran Ur»? Biipp*r Madtrn World 
Rdi Nuala. Kins Ruff, Oan'lt Knack 
Tiiri* wida Wdrid 
Ppurtb Rara 
DuuhltduBdar* « 
lArraro' 

nUmanr lA'kinuini 
ilrautilUan lOiiaripi 
Tim* I (M 4-S 

Aim ran Lot** Natrina Rinan Mabr 
I'atrnptnn?. Ouard Nall Pmi'.H.o 

Ream Buppl* Land Ollbarir Maniltikl 
AipiiDf Hian Mitmh*r* ilam* kOrdal 
Plar Pim Atklnt UMr« Imaia 
Plfib Rar*- 
10 rrbu*k ThAmpaon 

‘Hartark 111 M 10 10 |o 7t 

iBdiraiItt •CAmbaoti 1 70 0 40 

8Ar<*i*«< <Raia 7H 

Tima I 10 

Attn ran- Paifr<nr ALbhpi Lath** 
li’vman Da? Prrdtiaat • B"U U* liltT 

Aiam Contnn WnndbrnAk 
Riiih Rara 

TtafOr Judfa >Ar<arA- 10 10 t> lo UN 
Papor Ti«*i iM*Craart< MO t 70 
0*dira-.a 'Bolknd- IN 

Ttma I 00 1-0 

MM raB Blua Ctiblr t'anan Bdria 
Ou’iBM Lrn-hui 
Natanlh Rar* - 
Q'i**n* H***h*« 

’N-iland' llo Ml !• 10 IN \A 

A»M-n*iuo iBm-'hi aN 170 

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Iftd Praf»r fJan Maaailrk 

K^[>*f Bab* Pnnrr Rill Outta K’Bo Ind 
? dhlh Ra^» 

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Turtar Bnala iKuriai 100 MO 

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Tim* I 11 3*». 

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j.,de» Dan Our on» Dbd*r 

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Par* • ^ Alan P*ak O Olnry P*a»an: B«? 

•i P*rf*ia"** ^•aA0la*|kml IfDAkab*?. BmaM OneJa 

.Rkirivin 0 20 0 *" j^«*n Hafanan 

k .1 r Cnnk' IN K.ihMi Rar^ 

1M>7.» Mr Ruiliran 

AcBanacai- Mo 'n feinpr Ri'ini iTaniiutcA.' HI JB 12 H 

ir.ak*r I ** Pkhlia 1 a BMar** .Bi**d' ISO 

R*r* nnld*n Land iTotk- _ _ 


Sdldct yumr lobno 


II UOTTTRtB 
R.rh Juatioo 
Pinal Crooa 
Brntrhla 


Rtroiiht Piaro fUi>>« 
111 N fO TO 14 10 
17 00 to OO 
SI 10 


Winn*f 

nrr*l T0d*r-JuriaUe 
Traintil b» 

Wm Idiiriimor 


Kremlin. 

These 2R pioneers of post \v*r 
tourism 


grasp ml 


In Ihe Son let Union 
paid STTR pitch for T2 dxys' 
holiday In Moscow and I^'nln- 
crad. This included air fane 
from Lnndtin to l-ieningr.Td and 
hark and train fares between 
i24«i«MtS70 l_.enincrad and Moscow, room 
104 and hoard in firsl-dass holcis 
and conducted slcht.seeinc tours 
For those who wanted a nip 
I IT lo'^^ vodka, a ta.stp of caviar or a 
12 to 1 1 * botile of brer, prices were Three 
**“ or four ttnie* as high a.s I hose 
i.’** back home. 


’Approntlco allB«on a 

At post I mis Off bt 2 lit Tim* 10 1-1 01 I Ik 1 11 1-S. 1 01 W*a!her riaud* 
T'ark faot Bla't |»oa Won handilr. Winnrr aoi0f*d t« bo ciaimod lor il.BMi 
N'ffh Juitlet. In rieaa atlendanea to pae*. mod* mux I'Bvina back I’lrtcb and 
bur* Rr«Uhi» do*a thrn mo**d a«a? lu dear adianiao* m r .n to air* Braird.* 

■ nok nv*r from Baiada pa««mt oiond* a*i pac* all dawn lar tid* ta«* aa* ta 
«inn*r an top tura and nat saakoti.n* in final pari Pinai Crna* rlnitii irBunrt 
ai'adii? Uion.iia ftnai auar>*t. etulno up la bo **roed In final «irld* Xa*‘/i Cooi 
«a* «oa*n sa«b tor n*y««*eniikr iioan nad ta ran on •o'rrm* au<tido nl lior**' aii 
dn«n bii-k lit ■<( h an*'i> ‘ rnai la tnn«* up and loti -.uu m-jrh c'uuBd. Haiida lir*4 
fnarnr.tht tNr.m-hif 'I. fjat’af"! Hill 


CANADA'S ORCATC8T CLOTHINO VAtCTC 


CLUBCIOTHSS 


ftqCB..-TW1BO BarB>-0 LAIWntO. nwar mm par thr**-?aar.atda and 
Iv9w*t upaard •ntrh na>* not aon tap raroa aior* Jun* 17 T7)t**>>*ar- 

fiin« 117 Iba md*r. 121 Ihi Nan-«>nti*t« af a tara klnra Jun* 17 allersd 1 in< 
ClatmiB* ptir*. fIBM Pur«a dindrd Pirti. uon it*ead. Ilia third- nui 
fAurtl). Old MIX MBIONC.S 


OKDKK VOI R 
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NOW FROM 


PP WS Sk A« 'k *« Bir PlB Jock*? Oddkfl-r 


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7 4' 0 0» cutrlrh 11 W 

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Miu Becurti? 7 iRMrOlnn 
Captain Tb/ 1*? 7 •Miiburni 
Rnral TTip 7 lOWTVrrlft 
Oanlhollrr 4 'PrdstROria 
[>r Prank 7 lO'Andartam 
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Riibnllne Onus Sm-rh- no ao 1140 |t pi 
Individual* iLamnnt*' loan etui 

Pilv*r RAiinit •R*)h*nk'>> j la 

Tim* I 14 7.4 

Alan Marpnv Ca’aHNi Off W# flo 
Blu* Pof Qu*ll* Or»*k R'innrr 
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*Apnr*ntir* alloaanr* 

Ai pa*i and nil ai 2 T.-n* 24 II I to 0-4 W*a*har clmjd? Trork lati 

A’ari |Oi>d Won fatitp Wi .nor entrird to ba cltlrord fnr tl MO 
M '* Nrv.rii? vaa jaarB riddaa asar irmn fa<* iao« o«*r afior amne a oua:i*t 
and at* m rommand nf |i*ld ili«i*atl*r Cap'aia Tutle?. up in ronienilon oil Iho 
*a> p*n(*d b*« of nih*rv Horai Tr>p mo**d up In final •iinth in ba third 
rinnthnll»( vk* rinmna aoll but larked isms IP mova up nn top (uin D* Prank 
had trmd rar * kp*fd 0*»r«*ieh: -Capr am 7ur<*> <1< 

n*riai»»t Xarlk Ladv. Btarwr B"* Paradi** Ou»*n 


AQCC— RAf'r.»HLAIMINO. PtKXB MM. Par ihroo-?*br-oIda 
Vw99 Weiehik ill ibk Winnrra k-n.* Juna 17 Os cirt? 2 Iba addlilanal 
fnr varh rar* aon tin** lhai dal* Clalmme p"** tl 2M <Wtnn*ri prefrrrrd' 
Rare* fnr a claimtnd ^tira riC it POd nr i*a* ndO rontiderrd P'jraa divtd*d 
Piral SUO aerond. 1124. lh>rd. 040 (our'h lU OIK Ft BLONCa 


FIR WOOD 


Immediate DellveiT 

on s Rir. 94700 7 *'] 90^00 

CORDS • • CORDS 
rkll**rlM Oa B.nlfat. THIS Of ftH 0000 

for 2 weiKi ORLY 


PP Wc SI >• '< ■« Bir pin Jock*? OddaBir 


Hora* and 0«o*r 


l> S' )* IM jBtv*«riihs 1 7k 

1' t' I' 2* Lnuaraaci 2 1k 

I* Ik V V Jppium Md 

1* o' o' O' JBrmimtield 4 24 

I' «• I* >• RWllllama 2 10 

• 4 • 4 CDIrirh llTb 


N20 mief UrthlaaS >RchDIHn 4 
ntIN rahbat l .DiPYounii » 
Nil Onri* Chuck 1 'LABh*rmn> 1 
Nit Cardan Bl*u 2 •8«r>Dr»*i I 
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CORDS 


12 MlTTUBtA 
Chief Maiblaa 
Cabbei 
Unria Chuck 


Winner 

Plavar-Mittal? Utnact 
Tralnod b? 

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*Apprenit*o ail««anr* 

At oaai I min Off at 2 141 Time 24 1-4. 04 1-4. t.t0 4*l. Wtaiher claud* 
Trark faar Boart iimd Wnn drivini Wiouer eniarod IB be riaimad for tl 244 
Chief Mathiaa hod toad pa»tlaa bock at leader* for threc-eifhihk then aiaiied 
to mnv* up aamed "eadii? and monaiad u> f*t up in imal »irid*. Cabb*( 
la* m ban of unrle Chuck for thr»* *iahiha U>*n laiard alualy, took aver on 
•ireich lam. bat could nai hoOd ainnrr a< wire Utyi* Chuck darked aharpi* ta 
auialda aoaa after break caoiin* bad lam. aaa atrat|hteBad Ml. a*i mc* fc*r 
a half then aeakened iti lavi pan Cerdnn Bleu. RaiUno Home and Lord Olanlivet 
litkt all chanra ai break ab*n Uneta Clturk di<*k*d out 

0»*re»tdnt C'r^an Bi»u ■!■. Lard Olenii*4« i|». CtbBet H). Chief Ma»hia> U> 


hotice 

BOAT 


OWNERS 


B|QC|b— PtfTR BACK— clAnilBO. PI’Blkt BMP. Poe thr«e-?ear-ald* and 
UwDD iipeard Thre*-ir«ar*oldk. Ill lb* , older. Ill Iba WInnera aince 
June 17 lo rarr* 2 Iba addiiirmal for *arh rare non amat that dale Oaloiint 
prtee tl OM Purae divided Ptrat DM a*rond SIN third. lAA inurih 410 

aix.rL'BLOwnii 


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no;k Piinra aa 4 'MarshBibl- 2 III T 
MSI flail Worker k 'CWChiriaai 4 *114 1 

41M Uiaa Terr? Let 0 >t>tBndHi I *11< I 

M17 fee T** 1 iQ^SSlabi*' 1 in 4 

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(Nil- Bmarl Coun< •lOlfUncb- 0 m 4 

4011 N*<ra»>*an 0 iOleBllv«iPr> 7 111 2 


Entirel y New T yp e MARINE 
ENGINE g ives more s p eed 
more p ower with less 
than half the wei ght ! 


12 MCTVRt* 
Pr.nr* A A 
n«il W'irktr 
M'M Trrr? Lee 


Winnrr 

Rlndu Piince-Count*** A A 
Tialnrd be 
W Marth 


'Apnreniiee allovant* 

AI paa* and *>f( at ano Tim*. 10 07 l-k. t lo rarardi w*a<h*r rlond* 

Track !*•’ B'ari lood Won dri*mt w<Dn*r aniartd to be claimad lor It ooo 
Prinra A A eutrun lo final u'larirr moved wp airanil* rmi ndlni airetrh turn. 
•ai br**k ahen leodert vent verr «M* and. ao*in* ornutid nn'THTrim up in laat 
Jump 10 |*< 'he nod Rail Worker a*nl nul in a" para from break «m( aid* 
"irntnt for name but heH on altar Ming h*ad»d an riphtn out and lUkl m'ated 
M'kt Terr? t.e* ram* >*r? I*t< in cenir* of irock on atieleh 'urn and almeai 
in< UP In <ak* It oil Z** 7**. clo*eai in **rl? parrmokrr moved to frnni at 
head of aire'rh but ••ak*ned In laai tiaMemb. ' B«»ri Caunt clipped heel* «f 
leader* tnmt min lirti turn and almoti rnarpiad rider, Inaint all rhanr* 
Nr'rariean rould not «**p up nv*r«el|hl - Ptvt Kep* •*' N*iraejetn -I- 
TVriorrd Wo Hem* Pre* T«k*t MO'h Over 


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k^m f Hwl Cwpri • # • 
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PP wt Bl S IM P« Bit P<B Jack*? OBdaft' 


M41 C?rlane It -VHnaABAna) > 111 4 t* I** I* i« I' JBivaarlahi 12* 

MOO Brvond Reoch II 'NMcDni I III I !•* P 2< 2* 2* CtRrlrh *2 00 

(1*07 Mailer Ban I 'lOiRanrhi 7 111 7 7 4* 40 S- !• RWillioma 2*0 

M4I Bandnvrn PrbOle 4 iJAAIliii 4 111 1 2' 2** «4 k’ «• JBioamfietd 0 04 

0W47 WhetMander f <NMcDnldi 4 IN « «• »* l< 4* S' AHaller *2 44 

N«2 landbii Ain 4 'OldnOnK 2 111 2 I) O' 4* 4' 4* KSuarai 4 44 

Mil Intormallnn 4 larffraRlb' 0 104 4 If 7 7 T 7 LOuaraarl 1104 


OinadiBn Pacific Airlinct gi\t« 
you unaowded Europe at 
(he height of the locial, fetuva 
tod entertainment aeatona. 

k You can afford your 

B ^ream vacation thii year . . . 
B a trip home for ChnMinas 
I 4 j « and right within your 
7 yearly vacation budget I 

^ Sffv« fff l—it $2$0 

Multiply your uvinp. Combine 
“Thnft Seakon"and "Family 
Plan" economiea— November 
(o March. 

fff CPA MNT — hHr 

Juft IO^down,upio2'4momha 
to pay oa the world'i 
lo^fst cost budget travel plan. 
Europe — $75 down I 

If* <ham$9 9§ pl&mMi 

i Juit 18 houri Vancouver* 
I Europe via CPA'a smooth, 
( laucr, polar shortcut. 

[ Ocpcn^ble DC*6B't, 

i.oungeaire chair comfort all 
(he way. No rhang* of planet, 
no eomecuon Homes. Land in 
Amsterdam— {.ondon and Pina 
mere minutes a«ray. Sunny Spam, 
Riviera, iuft a short interesting 
onward flight 

~ Luxury Empre.ta first cUm or 
^ thrifty JViRreji loanst servioei. 

PUo today with your 
* triA^ agent or 


Phone 


If MUTvaia 

f Vr'fl"* 

*B**oad R*och 
M*>'*i Bo* 


kA'inarr 

H**lflf-Uini da VOi* 
Traiuad bv 
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for a 

demonstration 


*N McDonald *nir? 

A> |w«ot and off Ol 0 44 Tim* ik O* S.| ill lOlt-S 2 M 0-4. Ml 1-4 IM 
W*kih*r rlHud* Ttarb fa" Rian auod Wo« rail;? 

rveuna ati undar "out bold lot miM, than mnvad up paaoinp atand look a**t 
A' hill polo and d'*« aaa* from ft*ld tt(?ond R»*rh *aa aant eui ta a*-, pace, 
■ a<* «a* m *inn*r aflrr a mil*, but h»Id olhaii Ma"«t Bob mor*d up in final 
o«ari»* in ba iliird Raiaar* «v( fiaiii cpuld not mo** up ta «ilMp "nkini dialoor* 
nf i»aii*n <*>»»rwanht— Limdan Air* '!>. Bandnan ^bbia i2». Wh»aiiand*f 'li 


4 Slr.PR; 
125 H P. 
145 H P. 
1A0 H P 
175 H.P 


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«hr**-(*at-Alda and upvard Fur** dt*id*d FViai. SAM aerond I2M 
fourth IM. ONt MILK 


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Ai pnvi and off ai 4 17k Tim* 20 2>4. <1 0-1. t lo l-i. I Od 14 W*atb«r rinudp 
Track foal nun onnd Won drivind 

m.*oa *4« >Bk*n Aft par* for 'hrra-auart*** aa* than «hak*n up maviaa up 
• irOAilr. Pore leader* dovn In atretrh ond had ahort bd*4niat* ot»r tOabiamote 
bl «lra Luff a Dali, under rtdrblni la for lura. oalnad fuodil? *nd *p« pkoklnt 
up kodar* «lib *«trr oirM* but rauld nao plcb wp vlnnor in time Dlmllrl irailaW 
find In final auarlrr, than made up iraund lb final rati and tot up la be third 
In run la air* Mb«ic Rot* and R*nmrrb ••nl oak la *«0 par* but both tired in 
final *i|hlh Mr Honda voa up m the paca tar livo-alahlh* than atakenod 
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T7ir**-**ar-«id* Ilk <h« «ld*f 171 lha ?«i#>-«innett «/ a rar* am** Jun* 17 
arn**d 1 b* Claiming arir*. It on Fur«* dyr>d*il Fir*< l?00 a*rnnd OIM 
Ih'M IM r*a"n IN OVr MtlK AhO «r\KRTT TAUk* 


Whether you're building a new craft or replaa 
motor on your present one, phone Dave Buck or Jim 
and ask to see this sensationally different 


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New Diesel Sluggish but Strong 


«V J. T. IONt;S 
Krnm ih** oul^nl'. Dir car 
lonk* }u^« likr any other 
Standard Vanguard, hut under 
the hwKi ta a 40 horw»pov.rr 
engmr that wtll run w stove 
oil nr hiitterrmik • mdes to 
the pattnn on <hr Itrwl And un- 

nnd» with a KiuJ I'.'ice 
ot a jT,:tilflr enRj:ie. 

It nrvnr nec<ls sparkplURS 
and iliH igniilnn can't go wrong 
b*'»Huse It has none. 

In ahoil. ItlU is a diesel ear 
. bi-heved the litsl ever to ap 
pi-ar on Vancouver Island 
Louis Nelson Ltd on John- 
son Mn*ei has It on display. 

There is plenty to he said 
h“Th far anti ag.ilnsl itiesel en- 
gines r»r ram Their weak 
pt>inl< ate gipsi weight (the 


dievel Vanguard welglia nearly 
■MMi pounds more than the gas 
oline mo#lrJ». high original 
coal (an extra IfiTS'. vibration 
and noise. 

On the good side, they have 
high torque long life ant^ fan- 
Usuc economy. 

pro emaiica . ou 

they avoid hy eitminattng the 
Ignition system are halartccd 
hy a high prevMire fuel injer 
thin system that must be just 
so or It's no use at all. A bit 
of grit scoring the Injection 
pump can pul a diesel out of 
avUori very quickly. 

Kortunatelv that Is some 
ihing that can hantly ever 
happen. 

The iniecikin system dellv 
era fuel ai a ptessure of L.'iOO 


525 DOWN 

"1 NM1.A. (on your own lot) N.H.A. 


pounds per srpiare inch ft's 
a I iimplex met hanism. and its 
manufacture must he extreme- 
ly accurate Hence the extra 
cost of diesela. 

The Vanguard diesel has a 
compression ratm pf 17 to 1 — 
compared to the highest of the 
regular cars Lincolns 9 to 1. 

prc»ion. a die.sel engine must 
be more stiongly built, and 
hence the weiglit disadvantage 

The Vanguartl's dhuwl engine 
Is the same as me one Standaid 
builds for Massey Harn»-Kergu- 
son 

The diesel Vanguard takes 
very little getting used to. It 
has live forward spe«ils an 
ordinarv ih(ec-sp**eit iian.sm'.> 
•’inn with overdrive in cn.nl 
amj high gears and these have 
to be used I found s^Ti.nd 
overdrive the best gear tor driv- 
ing in town 

Because ilie engines |>cak 
• orque is delivered ai the Jow’ 
spe^ of l.,V)0 rpm. the car is 
geared quite high- *t hHs to be 
driven with the accelerator flat 
to the floor moat of the time 
or it's quite sluggiF^h High 
overdrive produces piarticahv 
iHKleierfable pickup at ciiy 
Sfieeds 

Sti«eiinc IS quick but very 
heavy and this combined with 
the gear shifting neede.t. and 


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lairly high engine noi*e mahen 
this far no choice lor ItlUe 
old ladies. 

However a man who likea 
rugged machinery and is vvilh 
ing to pay more now for sub* 
Rtaniial saving.s later would 
surely he quite happy w'th it. 

At dicM>la go this is a real 

cogi heat The injectors a powei- 
fill electric motor spln.s the 
flywheel and away we .go. 
Matter of (act. Ii'a a whole lot 
easier tn start than to niop 
Turn off the ignition !tev. and 
It juot keeps running as though' 
nothing had liappenert, lliere's 
a comprrs.sion rele.'ise knot) 
that haa to he pulled full nuL 
which lets the engine sort of 
run down to a stop. 

« • * 

The Ib'fi (‘hevrolet Khows 
vign« of bfiog quite a road car 
One of litem m-rntly knnrkrd 
more than two minutew off ihe 
Pike« peak hill e|imh record 
mat had stood for 21 years. 

* « * 

Anvbodv with e>es and ear* 
mu«i know hy now that the new 
Mercury. Meteor and Lincoln 
mndel.s are on display at the 
curling nnk, I hope to be able 
to drive them all soon I’nill 
then there's nothing much to 
say that the public can't see 

lor Itself. Gl.'idwell Motors is 

4.|H>n<oring the <how 

• « * 

f’hcvsier ('orporation has 
dropped a few hints about its 
new models. Ii seems the fender 
line till* .vear will be a flowing 
- curve, swept up at the hack- 
duhhed "Flight Sweep " 

* « * 

.Siudehaker Packard l« making 
Its ma)ot bodv style change- 
for 1966. 

fnoffinal word is that Stude 
baker is giving up ns low, slim 
si>ling in favor of the more 
[ c'onventttmal boxy look. 

Parkanis will be moderately 
changed, and clippers will he 
much changed In outward ap- 
I»eaarnie. emphasl'/ing that they 
are a separate make and not 
ju.st cheafier Packards. All 
Packards and Clippers will have 
torsion bar suspensions. 


MfHiUaiinE on iJu* fnrtiintb; n( churtKii^C limo.'s and the 
pormanoni'o of maihlo. llalian sculptor L*v>nc 
Tomaiwi conlemplatcs hi« hm»e whilo carrara piarDk 
bu.sl of Juan I’cron. forrnor rtlctnlor of AiRcnlina. 
who wa.s ou.»Jtr(i In revolt. The hu^t »>< p'ln of a huc»» 
marble mnrtument which aNo IiicIihIc.s lt»-ff>ot ,<;tati»e 
of Peron's lale wife Kvifa -wliich wJicn a'i-tunbled 
would ha\e l>e«*n Jii>;bor than ihe I^lHlm’ of Lilteriy. 
and which wa^ Intended for drdtcaiion lo Piu’on s 
"palate guard." Afler wnrkirie oti his pro.i*'’' l for 
more than lht«v vears in Pietrasunla, Italy'. Fomasst 
finds — what with recent developments down Argen- 
tina way thal lie has no customers for what is 
prohalJy unrivalled a.s the world's largest while 
elephant.. — (C'entral Press Canadian) 

City Art Treasures 

w 

On Show at Gallery 


R> K.kl.PH IIAIY.KI.I. 

The home owner cwn grenilv 
icdtos* ohifciionahlf noi-ev 
wtiii'h readily pass from rtMtm 
to room thiuugh ciacks 
around mh«t tnoselv fit dn«irs 
bv mean* of felt or ruhtier 
strips, 

1‘lciure \V fhfiws a typical 
inierinr ilooi. Nm-e 
through the crach« Vietwwn 
the Mde.* and ra^ingv. «% in 
dici)te<l si K and hciween 
door hoiione* and fl>»»*rs es 
shown at A 

I’lriiire X lltu.*»raies hfiw 
the dOf»r nieeis the *iop of 

fLCvanoM Of ooMt 


I.ivtihcIv fi'ird window <k, 
wheiP ciflck*- ari'nofl the 
are large, allow con«iderah'e 
noi-e »o enter Irom the mil* 
Side of ilie housi* Weather* 
airvppiitg wift rrdiK’c iins 
ji.u*.e Mftiiv vrtririiev of 
weaflier-Mtipping are rendiiv 
available at hardw-oe stiiic*.,- 
oo'l »ome m.iv Iw* i>.*i i..eil 
wiih hammer and t... k* 

NoiKo oic.’iniitmg ui a 
travels to all wadH anti ivii* 
ing in Uie f"im of 
wHyc- W'hen tl'i- *oiiivi w av es 
hn hard s*n fates mu h as 
planter anti roncretr, thev are 


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By IN A D D. I HTHOFK 
The homes of Victoria are 
rich in art iica>>ure-s and an ex 
htbiiinn at the Art Gallery 
brings them together for the 
enloymenl of member* and 
others interested in good 
' painting 

Loral eolleeinrs have bwn 
generous and. thanks tn their 
willing ro-npermllon. a fine ex- 
I hlbtUofi of paintings nf the 
Ifilh In 10th centuries has 

I been ass^thled. 

1 New llghling has Itcen In- 
[stalled by the curator of the 
gallery. provKiIng each canvas 
iwiih a separate overhead light 
The result la Impres.vive as the 
colors in the picUyes glow wt»h 
.Increased beauty 
I We are indebted to J P 
'Klaverwvden for the loan of 
several old Dutch paintings, in* 
'eluding "Dutch Inirrior" by 
'.T. Ifansen and 'Twelfth Nighf 
I by Jan Mnlcnar. 

1 A p*irirall of Sir Thomas 


LavviiMice is the pr«*perty of 
Mrs A, H Sanderson. T. Joels- 
berg has sent a .stable interior, 
r.eofge p.irker )w« made sev 
era! contributions and MaJ. H 
r Holmes shows "Europe" 

In thr adiacent gallery Ihe 
Ms>ne «wlt4'hes to the i-nniem- 
{Nirarv apprnaih (*enrge 
( sain, the Hungarian painter, 
lx repres**nte<| hy an Im- 
portant gnnip of canvasses. 

"Poriraii of c'olene" js a re- 
markable pirturc haunting in 
its siiggesiion of tragedy 

Ttie work of Csato !•> only a 
part of the well-known Mendel 
collection from .''^as^ai<M>n. 

Industries are using ihe work 
of well known Artists In their 
advertising campaigns Six 
painters commissioned hy the 
pulp and paper Industry are 
repres^nfetl m the exhibition. 
They are A Y .lacksnn J. A. 
(’avson. C. Cnmfoi. A. rinuiier. 
K. Arhurkle and T. Mai Donald. 


•OTTtM 


Ihe diK»r o|*ening, Dimrs vary 
some iime.s from the picture, 
bust in ail cases have a stop 
B‘ indicated. Felt or ruhtwr 
xtrips. in widths equal m the 
thickneas of the fcio|is. ran be 
lacked or cemented to the 
slop 'I'heir ihickne.s* de|>en<ls 
upon the distance between 
the door and the slop. Idenli 
cal .strips mav br tnxialleii on 
the Slop al Ihe lop of the 
opening. 

Should a door have onli 
sufficient apace between 'a" 
and "b" in piriure X in>auxfy 
tu«t the ihh'knesx of the door, 
the strike plate may be 
moved* a lUUe to provide room 
for the Mcip, The xtrlke plate 
IS |o4-aied on the veitiral 
jamb opfwtsii^ the door kn«>b 

A meial hacked felt aliip. 
geoerally available at hard 
ware .store*, can be installed 
In f4ie boitom of the ilo(»r as 
shown In picture V. A liim- 
t>er >ard will cut the requited 
rrs-eas In the bottom of the 
df*or Th» xirip puj-hex down 
against thr floor when the 
door la dosed, and helps 
maienallv to cut sound pas- 
sage. When the door op**ns, 
the strip rlaes 


rellccird or iHiitined and Ihe 
.sound seem^ to m-ic-i-c 
To a\4iid thi>! bouM« ing «' d 
lo reduce s<,(i ncvieti.vls 

in the foun o| .icoiisi It .ij lo* 
eulrttioii and tile can t»e ap- 
(liietl In liic pl.'t'icr ami citr\- 
Cielp A vatie'v <d a<oii*ti>al 
tiles aVe madi- for nppln a- 
tiiin iM tellings and ltaud>-«m>p 

plwnks anti bitnks are .ivatl- 
able fi»l Wi*'!v Riihhcr ei'd 
cork tile on fh'tirs fui’t'cr 
i»Hin.‘e the sound "boum mi's. 

ftraficnes curini.-: tioiiv 

p(*\ered luinMure. tugs and 
rariteis also aba'dh aound 

wavi’s 

(II LSTION'N AND ANSWFK.S 
CJ. >Ve heard that an exist- 
Inc wlnitow can l*c frosted so 
light is not retirirted. but 
privacy is provided. How ia 
this done? 

A Diffuseti Jighi and ob- 
scured vi.sion can be h.vd hy 
u.sing sapolln gm" paint 
if Mhat paint ran I use 
nver plaster to hide nmail 
crack*? 

A. Try a textured paint, 
whnh Is thicker than regular 
paint and can be stippled 
with brush or sp^enge 

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IJ3NDON i(*P» -A* far ax 
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dv ing ember. 

Though the Ijibnr party once 
drew greater strength from the 
under 30* than from the over 
present trend* indicate it* 
hold on the younger generation 
may he weakening In the year 
Vnded last May, the number of 
Ijibor league of Youth branche* 
dropped from to 2.T*. a slump 
of more than one third 

Senniix S**rialisls are wor 
rird Of the resolulionx aith- 
muied for the parly* Mih an- 
nual conference at Margate 
fat 10 14 no fewer than 16 


deal wuh it»e need for attract- 
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It a typical platni from ilie 
mnsitiuency partv in Paulding- 
Ion Norih, a lymiton disirirr 

■•ronfejence deplore ibe la'k 
nf interest shown hv the \ouih 
of this roiintry in the Ijibf*r 
(tarty and Ins-Tnicis ihe national 
exeiutive rrmmiiU'e to m-i 'ip 
a s(te«ial eommiMce to ex.vmiMe 
the reaxonx fnr this deepne and 
Ip suggesi methoila 10 reme«ly 
this xiiuaiion." 

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S/iort-L i red S ii bslan ces 
Found in Cigaret Smoke 


By KKV. \VIIJ4AM HIU^ 


u-as providing a muslrai 
nbUgaio for a royal barge- 


a ro V VO u i 
loo murh. hui when they a«- 
Mved ihe andanlf <'on moio. 
they iitoppi'd on a quaver at 
the vevenlh bar. 

"Da dee-dum-de duh'* went 
the tune 

Now t thought to mv»eir 
I've heard that before today. 
Wheie Then 1 r«-m 

hered. It »» the theme miisJe e' 
of all ihjngs to -CiK’? 
■‘Mornmg E>evotlonsI ' 

S/^»mebody tn the Vancouver 
radio .«tation tnu^t have a sly 
vcn^ve of humor He might well 
have choaen "Roll Out the 
Barrel" for Handel wa.v not 
in a religlou<« mood when he 
composed thi"* mualc. 


they may be the substanc'es re- 
f my aponatble for much lung cancer 
llaleni* if the iheaia that cigaret 
I hits aniukmg has caused th» rapid 
:Isely Increase of this highly fatal 
malady can be upheld. 

»n of ' eaUlence han ri*- 

ceatly been reported <o the 
American Aavx'lsUon for Ad- 
varuTfitenl of Science here 
ihlnp through the Slonn-Kelterilt;' 
)U£ht l••*Blut♦• for Cancer K4*sca'*rh. 

The discovery Has made in 

ly IS 

off. The existence of the vu^pl- 
•pai- clou.s materials was detennined 
were through the phenomenon of 
j rev- fluorescence, by which lighi of 
feriain wavelengths ia e.-nltlnl 
bv substances that nave been 
irradiaied with invisible ultra- 
violet light. 

arish , Cigaret smoke was parsed 
eated through benzine or pe’rolcum 
|and the rombln.vtion was irra- 
•iblly dialed The resullin;; fluores- 
cence (Xiuld not be attributed io 
man any known chemicals. It disap- 
same peared quite rapidly, indli’aling 
IS re that the substances .ire highly 
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“A B«‘llrr Home for l,e«a'* 

•^er Other Homes Displayed In Onr Windows 


But In recent months, it has 
slipped b tdl\. Nowadays I am 
not at all surprised to hear 
had KngHsh. bad theology, and 
a bad delivery all poured Into 
my ears at once. 

It .seems that the offering of 
a few simple prqyers has gone 
out of fa.shlon. They have tteen 
forfeiiejJ /or a dull, warmed- 
over monologue of .sermons 
which should have been le/t at 
the bottom of the barrel. ' 

Two wrek.s ago. the Angli- 
can rerjor of o well know n 


NORTHWEST HOMES 


Owner-builder Norman Hoigh has 
nothing bill prai.se for workability and 
convenience of his newly-completed 
three-bedroom home which he built to 
the Itaaement version of plan. Rxterior 
Ls faced with light Rrey sidinR, with 
stonework in pleas'mg hues of grey and 
red. Tiim is a gleaming white — ihe 


roof black. Stock blueprints available 
include alternate plans for building with 
nr without basement, flntjuirics about 
this plan Riay' be addi*e.ssed to Home 
Building in Canada. 284^ Bloor street 
west, Toronto 18, Onl., referring to 
plan 65-102.1 


TI7 Doiiglaiv Sired 


Ptinne 2 At 11 


although -me sm.ill, 
.stable mnsilhieni was found 


fitrkfrt off CUV at 7 15 a m. 


each week day, then the par- 
sons have nobody to blame hut 
themselves. 


Deserve 

liolidav 


TUC Favors Control 
Of Gas by Commission 


S V’ h N K V, Australia 
(CP) — A trade union 
raised a new rr>’ here 
Friday: Three weeka an- 
nual vacation and cumu- 
lative sick leave for horses. 

"Horses carrying the 
mail in country dLstrirts 
are getting a raw deal," 
Ihe Postal Workers’ I'nion 
decided. 

Branch secretar.T 4. N. 
Lynch dei’lared: "Horses 
should en)oy the name 
rights as unionists.** 

"The postman who 
maintains a horse goes on 
vacation once a year hut 
his renlaeemeni takes over 
the horse. The horse 
works all year round," he 
complained. 


Id k hard look at natural re control by the power r 

sourre* from aa esiensive re- slon. which would be t 

|Kirl prepared by a standing with development Of d 
inrnmmee on resoiirres, the con lion and marketing at »l 
ventlon adopted a statement of esl (lossible coat and a 

polky and made dei Uions nn able return to the comr 

natural gas distribution and also A.SSl.'KRD Ht'PPl.V 
develotwneql of hvdni eleelrle _ ... 

The commiSRion *hen 
' co-operate with the bn 

TIm‘ c o m m 1 1 1 e e. rompriMpg transport commiasloner 
rha.rmnn .lolm Mnywnnl Si^el commerce 

Rmlu^ymma Union. H L. Man- domestic 

scn^Piilp and Sulphite L-mon. and requirements 

J G Mn«u,tr. B( Government toreneeable future ah* 
Employees A.sjtociation. **■ * * 

CRlablljihed a year ago. ^ IJ 

Pmn.o.H of VK-t„,n» „ 

Kinsmen Air f ade! aquadrtm re- j^in-e that time and also submitted petrochemical Induitry 
reived new rank badges at a com- a brief to tbe royal commuwion ^ . ' --u.-., 

mandmg otlicer'a mapeclvon at Ch«rmw Hazard products. 

^ u. attended Ihe R.C. Natural Re- * . .. . 

RCAFf-^adqunrtem Friday night, ^j^^res Conlen^iwr * 

Promotions were . THOl HANDS OK < Ij%I 

rromouons were request of Ihe royal rom- _ 

M Dobmson. from FS to A-W02; miKSkiner. Ihe TUC committer is About fiO.OOO claims 

N Ribout. W Thompson and R aidl to give its (indings no a bnef >'P3r have been han 

Vu’kery. Irom sergeant to A FS. jiubmitled to the commission by Workmens Compe 

A Hancock from corporal to Art - (he BO, Forest Service manage- chairman J, 

F'S ment division on .slumpige and Lade* reports. 

r Clark, R ncmrnls, K VI'*- appraisals About 1.00# have ttr 

Gfiwan R Uiiuer J Sluarl W TIC' polk* im n-sourres U jetted, but nowhere e 


* Ny KU.I> MVVtlK 
Development and distribution of 
natural gas should be controlli*d 
by the B C Power Commission 
with provincial .supplies assured 
ahead of export markets, the B C 
Trade Union Congress has de 
tided 


FUEir^ 

SAVINGS 


Air Cadets 
Promoted 


How con I g«r « Wattroc 
loMjtefKin flod Fv»t Sevinga 
Chort.> 

C»ll Wtttpft a* T*** 

W»ttro€ O**/*' — ka'fl Mail 
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SAANTCIITON The annua! 
hanquei of Oniral Saantrh (He- 
men was held this week si Ihe 
Kaanlrhlon Fire Hall. 

Wlvei. of the more than 30 
volunteer flren.en prepared the 
hot meal. Reeve Rupert Brown 
was unable to nliend, hut t'en- 
tisi .*Uanlch rouiKtllora at 
tended. 

Fire Chief Victor Heal ad- 
dre,-*'-ed the men briefly. Knier- 
tainment followed the banquet. 

All I'entral Saanich firemen 
are taking an eight week course 
on civil rtefeniT 


Roth Ihe TIV and resourves The Industrial relations boa.d 
conference believe the policy will hold a public hearing Ort. 
ahnuid be made effective by 11 at Vancouver to receive re- 
provincial legislatfoo, pre.sentallons on ihe revl.slon 

On natural ca.s the govern- of the baking industry male 
meni was asked to assure minimum wage order No 17. 


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• New oU fumaca UmUllaDona 

• t'nnvamlofi to oil 

• -Hheel metal work 

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lllonarclu 

V6uf- foid-Monarcfv Deafer 
invites ytxi te) ^ 

onWEDNESDAY! 

Oct.Sth 


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,, ^ Prcmmt Institution Inadequate 

nuilding necoruH ^ 

Toppled Again Ncw Diiocan llospilal Unit Planned; 

Ratepayers’ Consent To Be Sought 


NANAIMO — Brn city ImildioK in5ipe<'tor, 

Mftui yrNtirday that hiiMdknit reronii« tn Nanaimo bau* 
r^achn} another new hif(h for Srptrtnher. 

A total U rapectiHt for 1955. The 

1954 total juat topped the $3,l>t)0,(KH) mark. Permlfn 
for aiae months of this year total $2,7M.O<H), with 
another KMMI.OOO tn Hi-lit. 


DUNCAN — A new unit of King’s Daughters' hospital ; 
will be constructed as a permanent core of a complelelytj IK.* Il^la R|*iniA/l 
new ' ' ital, with funds for the new unit to be rai-sed * tH*llUJC l>lillliriJ 



Check these every-day 
LOW PRICES at SAFEWAY 


For the Convenience of 
Friondt Attending Funerals 
Wo Hovo Arranged for 

FRU FIRKIRS RT LOT, 

RIXT TO OHIFEL RIRDER 

Aak tff Y*«r Cl wdi ProM Parklac Lot Attendant 


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which Will fit moat suitably 
Into a permanent design for a 
completely new hospital to re 
plijre the present 101 bed In 
siituilon. 

To secure the consent of 
landowners in the unorgani/ed 
part of .School District 65. the 
sub-ccanmittee will hold meet 
Ings with groufw of owners In 
four sections of the unorganized 
area, secure their consent and 
then the various groupa would 
form their own committees to; 
put over the needs for a new' 
hospital to file whole of the' 
school district. 


School Dust net B5 (Cow i* 
chan). 

Pians are being made now 
fo rlhe consent of residents In 
the unorganized part of the 
three-part school district. City 
of Duncan and North Cowtehan 
are the other parties to the 
taxation plan, but In tlie unor- 
ganized area, the full consent 
"f rafriwyers • la necessary to 
Die plan. 

Sir Philip IJvingsion. chair- 
man of the hospital board sub 
eommHlee has listed eight 
grave inadequacies" of the 
pteiient hospital 
The hospital, founde^l In 
1911. “Is serving a fine pur- 
pu.se under Increasing liandi- 
caps." the rep<jrt by Sir J’hlllp 
states Deficiencies listed are 
shortage of beds, resulting in 
tisersjccupatiry and crowding 
of ward.s and corridors for five 
Columbus and r1inH*tf»d b\ Fmian \*hile Mr. Kerr vias .ill months of the year; fire ha/- 
Tom Kerr leprechaun until he thTjan to turn *rfJ. defects in the operating 

The cast of more lhan nddH pari bl«ok. dm«m>.t.c X Ra> fad) 

almost x.sible enthu^ism as a 'Hie dancing nf Betty Ttifis as req-hemenf; Inef- 

coninbuii.m to ihe esimvagania D»'' g»rl ^ho islked >^iih her feet laboratory fat ilitles re- 

which luis a ploi hovenng betwe-n '‘•^s a highlight of the show suiting m delays to r^ording 

fantasy and satire, lively lyncs A noiabic j«eriormance was given b!o<»d conditions; lack of 
aiKl extremely humorous dialogue by the Senator. Tom Rooney, and f^‘^R'Des for uolalion In the 


DL'NCAN -Proposdl to build a 526.fXM).000 pulp mill 
at Crofton Kaimni momentum this ww»k when six homo- 
oysnors of Iho aioa wero ifivon notice by B.C. Fort's! 
ITodtirls Ltd, to vaciito their property by'Oct. 31. 

During the past year the com- 
|Miny has iieen conducting 
surveyi and buying property ■( 
rrofion abiiui eight milc« north- 
west of here Tins wi-ck another 
«-re* of *upv‘ev«'r» was working 
In the area 

In f'nrijurv'hon M>th plans for 
Ihe pulp mill are plans to erei i 
a S4»\cn-f'»ii dam ai ("own-hnn 
lake to hold the lake level at 
n^»rmsl wuiicr high water mark 
Tlie dam i« part nf the plan to 
use (i,wi«hsn nviT w,<ler to 
aer\e the mill 

The dam wosild permit a more 
even n»vs tn the riM*r IbrvMjgh 
out the year. 


Nanaimo Crash 
Injures Tiro 


toUl of $3<>4.40U, chiefly due to the upnwinf; in homo 
buiklifii;. 

The September lutiU Inehidi'd $207, 5tM) for 15 
permiU to rover 20 iinitH which includes an 

apartment block, 13 cnmmen'lal (lermiU totalling 
$93,100 and $30,000 for public buildin|;n. 


under Ihe lendendup V Mrs. 
John Cbciirane. has elected 
J’alriria Aitken, president, 
Jor,-lyn FVIker vice president . 
Diana Bmlenberg, secretary; 
.Sandra Maunus treasurer 
Patsy Oenden arst L'arule Parts, 
telreshmeni} 

Meelmgv an* hel«l Tuesda. 
afternrions in Ihe church hall, 
immclialelv after schonl. fair 
gills 13 to 19. 


NANAIMO An acldcnt which 
resulted from a car sinking a 
pot hole In the road sent James 
Jenkins and Mrs Kay Merlo tn 
.Vanaimo Genera) hospital 
Thursday 

Jenkin.s luld p»ilii*e he hit the 
pot htde on Fourth street near 
Albert He said Ihe force of the 


impact jerked the ateering 
wheel from his hands and Die 
car climbed the sidewalk and 
itimed over. 

Jenkirva suffered hack Infur- 
lea and shOi'k HU passenger, 
.Mrs. Merlo received a posslhla 
broken leg and also auffered 
from AhrH'k. 


PAHK.SVII.1.K - ParkwilJe 
Players drama club got away to 
a g<jnd start on the IdfkV •A 
acRsnn with a well atlcndcd meet- 
mg at the home of Mr, iind 
Mrs Klmer Knight 
Two jilavs were tentatively 
chosen and casting wUl take 
|diicr soon. 

ft W. 1 S ann«/unce<l by Ihe piesi- 
Mrs Pal .Smith, that a 
(ilaypis workshop will again be 
conducted at Parksville by 
.SMlney Risk, well known actor 
and adjiidiralor of Vancouver. 
Nnv .•.« to /7 Thw IS in rcspMise 
In a nniucst from the ParksMlIe 
dub. and other drama groups 
will he asked to take advantage 
of the workshop 


THjShadto be HOT 
to be in this SPOT! 


SLSLIMO - A cheque fer 
$1 urn his l»een handed oser hy 
the NuauiM hiwania (tub to 
enaure ■ ttaii oo ihe senior 
eUUens' housing projert here, 
which IS especled to gel under 
way with in a week, home I'.KM 
l« MW oa hand, which will start 
the first duplei ptanaed oo Ihe 
five acres donated hy Ike city 
for Ihe project. 


IXM)K AT TIIF 


I.ADYS.Mrni - The recenllv 
liiaugumtcvt gills' auxiliary »( 

Si Johns An^hran chun*h. 

Accident Vtilnes.s IxKaled 

(’AMPBFXI. RIVFlt— Charick Arthur Armstrong, 
malcrifll wltnps.s to ihc recent hlRhway Hccidcn! which 
took ihc life nf Lionel Arsenault. ha.s been located by Ihc 
HC'MP and the intpies! dclayiHl la»t week will rewme 
Monday. 

Armairnng disappeared 
from I>niirdes Hospital last 
week while awaiting medical 
ireatmcnt He was a passen- 
ger In the car driven b\ 

Arsenault 


Regular 


Trade In 
Vour Old 
RatiRc .. 


Legion Denies Noise 
No Names Mentioned 


dent at a iTremony conducted 
hv past governor E F. N- 
■ Hobble ' Robinson of I..ady- 
smith at Ihe annual dinner 
meeting 

Immediate past presidents 
are R L. Bergstrom and Mra. 
Jo Mills. 

Other offlcera Installed were 
I K I n ■ m e m : vice-prcKldent, 
Jack Anderson; secretary, 
Fmest Venu.s; treasurer. 
Thomas Boag; registrar. R. 
If. Pitt: bulletin editor. Peter 
Mallerson: dlre<‘tors. Mike 
Malone. Peter Barr and John 
Robertson 

Klnett^s: vice-president. 
Mrs. Jean Boag; secretary- 
treasurer. Mrs. Bemle Ander- 
son; registrar. Mrs. Gladya 

Malone 

A past president'a pin was 
presented lo retiring president 
Ru.ss Bergstrom. 


NORTH COWIC'HAN — KepnrtJi of a dwtiirhance 
at Cowichan CurUng; Rink which cau!scd cminril to 
consider im|M>sinj 5 an anti-noise by-law were 
“erroneou*,” Cowichan branch of the ('anodtan 
I^egion Informed councillors last week. 

A letter from the legion termed the “unwar- 
ranted criticism ... an act of degfenaion against the 
I^cgion.” 

(ouncHlors said they had not named any 
organization. 

They cited numerous complainta made regard- 
ing s'ariou.s gatherings. 


NANAIMO — A Nanaimo 
firm was fined $25 and cooU 
tn police court Friday for 
falling lo file Incvwne ta* de- 
ductions. 

tTiarles I.enhart. tepreoenl- 
Ing Rulclier and l.enh»rt. 
pleaded guilty to the charge 
before siagUlroie lionel 
Beevor- Posts. 

Mr. licnhart said none of 
tlie piinripois of Ihe firm 
w oa aw'nre of the matter 
until Thursday, and placed 
Ihe blame on Ihe firm's 
bookkeeper. 


On« Block Down Vk-w From biatun’s ( hina DepI — Towards ihe Wafer 


ary Nponsors i ag uay 
Senior Citizens’ Home 


PARkSVIU.K Malcolm 
Keeble ws« Installed as presi- 
dent of Parksville Kinsmen 
riuh and Mrs Dorothy 
Robertson as KineMe presl- 


I.ADYSMtTH rity rmincM 
has granted Ihe Bo .Scouis 
permission lo hold their 
annual Apple Da> on Oct K 


Prices Effective 
October 3, 4, 5 


CAMPBKl.L RfVKR The 
Ruiary cTuh Is sp«>nsnring a 
lag ilay tl'i H lo raise fund- 
for Ihe senior cMI/ens’ home at 
t'omox 

Keith KInih. ch.iirman. wnh 
A. D- Forker and fJuy Winter 
form the committee 

Merchants will be appmached 
for donailrm* In an effort to 
raise SbifUi which will dear 
the home of all debt. 

Four applicaflona of senior 
cltl/ens of Campbell River 
already have been recclvevl 

The home, started about five 
years ago, In a reconditioned 
country house, will verve an 
ares from Sayw-ard in the 
north to Bowser In Die south, 
and imluding the sutroundin^ 
i>|ands 

At present 1) pcrv'*nj. can be 
aicommodated hot Ihe home 
will he enlarged .is funds come 


Legion Honors 
R(AIP Dosmasler 


NANAIMO— Bowen park development slnnrts in 
jeopardy due lo lark of funds, the Rotary club was told 
this week by Sian Dyde. president of Bowen Park Devel- 
opmenl Assoi'iation - 

The as«x iation was formed 
Some years ago under the 
•p«insi>rsl\ip of Nanaimo Ro- 
tary with a view lo develop 
Inc Ihe park’.s X‘t arres 

Dr D>de Mid that U 7 'OO 
has been spent su far on the 
pmieei, aside from hundreils 
of hours of volunteer labor 
He advoiaied funds 1u en 
g.u’e laN*r as ii la l>ec<imlni; 
a hiirden to get volunteer 

wuk i«arhi*s 

Ridarlan^ weic told that 
moie help for the proieci 
c.«nie from oitisidcis than 
eluh meml*em >et the v»u*in 
larv plan was not proving 
auicessful and It meant a 
heavier dram on finances 
than wn^ expccicd 
to raise funds to lure labor 
Roiaitans will either have 
nr shanrion the scheme a* a 
half compleied job sp«nsore<1 
hv Rntarv members were 
told. 


rARK.'^VlLLK Const Ian K. 
Hall. KC.MP dngmaster. who Ls 
being iranaferred tn the near 
future to riovenlftle w»-gue.st 
of huntf at a farewell party ar- 
ranged hv fellow members of 
Mt. Arrowsmllh branch No. 49 
Canadian Legion and the ladies' 
lUkliiorv. 

Acting president Joe Ryan 
presented I’onat. Hall with on 
engraverl cigarel r.i*e with ap- 
preuallon of hla service to the 
legion branch Uurlnif the p.isi 
four vear.s. 

Clifford Pettigrew presented 
the constable with a {tasi preHl- 
denCs pin. On betialf of a group 
of local residents (!harles Raker 
presented a mantel dork 


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fU'Nr'AN The Dunfan 
branch of the Business and 
Pinfcssinnal Women's Club 
will celebrate the national ob- 
servance of hu.slnas.s women s 
week today hy attending 
service* at Ihe Pre.sb>ierlan 
church at 11 a.m. 


Ym’lldm 
sanptHoiBly 
M yoor 

HollaMj-Ainenci 
Um crossMg ta 
Irdarf. Eiglaid, 
Fram or 
Hollad 


TOKAY. 

Phimp and -lairy 


r$RK.H\ Ii I I. — Tom Bar 
nett. Comos - Albrrni Ml*, 


MrINTOHH, Handy Park 
CrUp and Juicy 


HFMK. lM>cal. 

No. 1. (’elki Bag 


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*i-lb. package ...... 


BOAST OF BCKF. lb. 


SlfOn.DRR, 

Trimmed waaic free, lb. 


CRUISE 

CoS^ng m* A 20 *C$, MAOCHA 
CASAItANCA MAtACA. 
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SOUTHAMPTON IF HAVtf. 
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SFCCIAl SAIIINS 

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UMtSMI rrasiu Or m>i *ract l« aOTTEBDAH 

ftt *••»• •Mriait Motartw**! «nTTtS*M «m 

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FROM Nuirn- 
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sm 

MORTGAGES 


1211 tROAD STRICT 


1 C Caily CuU»tii 3 f 


Thc>(AHirl room I'armu 


Makem Wonder 


to a charge 


slod to WednM 


By HAKRV YOl NO 
CnhiiiUt BiuifirM Kditor 

The big pulp and paper firms of British Columbia are 
likely to come up against some extremely keen competi- 
tion in the next few'years. according to a Victoria forestry 

coasultant. ' 

In a Rubmjsslon to the rurrcnt the reward* of Its forest ri-gonera- 
Sloan Commthoion. A. W li 4 «U-.Uon acheroe*. and a new ground- 
countries pulpmill w to be. buUr in 


Police arrested William Me- Police said Thomas wa*. ar 
Kay. Gordon Head, following rested after he was Involve<! 
an early morning battle at the in a head-on collision on Doug- 
CAC Garden, MO Flsgard. jas Friday night. He was re- 
which resulted In a fractured ported to have been driving on 
Jaw and torn lower lip for Roy the wrong »»de o! the street 
Robertson, a sailor. at the lime. 

The victim was reported In Damage to the cart was S300 
fair condition yesterday In each. 


R IJaalie^ 

t:»tabh»h*d 1889 

Toronto Slmk Ksrhange 
.Montreal Suk-I Kubauge 

I BuiUttn*: ftl2 Vii*w Street. Virtori*, B.C. 
'I'rirpbone: J-41 71 


ley said that other 
were fegeni'ral- 
Ing their lousis ^ 
at such a rate oH 
tiial ihey \\*nuld H 
ao<jner nr later 
have the raw Vj 
material to ^ 
make their 
pulp and paper. 

hr— pars 
South A frica 
where the rate of growth i. 
live limes that of the B.C 
coastal area. 


Jack. Brentwood 


Cnnndian Gorenmioiit, Municipal 
and Corporation Securities 


This huge cloud of smoke comes from what is bellev'ed 
the largest controlled underground explo.sion in 
Canadian mining history. Ten freight cars of 
explosives w'ere used in this blast at the Helen mine 
near Sault Ste. Marie. Ont., to break up iron ore. 
Sections of rock flew 600 feet into the air and the 
smoke drifted about a mile. — (CP Photo) 


United States. Abittbi. one of; 
Canada's largest pulp and paper 
firms has built a mid in the south 
to use local southern pine, and 
Bnwater'a have taken a smular 
step in Tenneasce. 

Adding up ail these new factors, 
Bentley ha* (old the Sloan 
forest 


new lorestradon 
of between 25.000,000 and JiO ■ 

000.000 acres would eveniually 
give an annual growth oijnore 
than British Columbia* annual 
cut of 6.000.000.000 board feet. 

Already South Africa t» pro- 
ducing at the rate of 2J»t0,000 
enrds a year, and Mr. Bentley 
says It will not be long b«*fore 
.South Africa will roduc* and 
then cut off completely ita Im- 
ports of BC timber. 

In .New Zealand, whicn like 
South Africa haa a growth rate 
of five time that of B C. plant- 
ing of pine foreets -i . 

40 years ago. already ih»»sc are 
producing enough »to keep two 
pulp and paper mllla going as 
well aa *o allow for the export 
of lumber to Australia. 

Bniam is also beginning to reap future. 

Outside Competition 

The danger of outside com- feet elevation* ia 
peiiiHin has also been, noted by.says Mr. MacDon 
other BC. mdustni^iata. Direclori 

orP.»rnR.v,r..U„ l«l»nnu.d 

meeting referred lo the tow coat revenue f 

potential of firms operating in Aneu.st. an. Inci 


Gundy & Company 

Limited 


fits I W Stfwe 
t M-tnrui, H.C. 
TmUphitnt 3-4261. 


Mr, 

Commission that the B-C. 
firms are going to be faced with 
tougher competition a* time goes 
on 

“This can only be met by re- 
ducing costs." he said. 

He forecast* this will be dif- 

^ hcult for Bniish Columbia is 

tarled only awkwardly situated from the tmns- 
purl angle for some of it* best 
markets, and has higher original 
and regeneratloQ cost*, and a 
more expensive wage system, than 
most of its potential rivals of the 


10 JONE.S BLDG. — 72S FORT ST. — t 

AaSOClATgn CRPOIT BI’BI.AI’8 
or CANADA AND AMHUCA 

cnanrr amd rgBsr»NKK. raportb — coiiicnoNa 
AND AnJU«TMSNTS 

Aenlni Viriorla E^isinm aad Pro|«Mion*l Mee Bt«ra tail 


Gillespie, Hart & Co. Ltd 

JOHN HART. Prealdent 


INSURANCE • REAL ESTATE • BONDS AND STOCKS 
BUILDING LOANS • MORTGAGES 
CAB PINANCINO AT fl% 


MONEY TO LOAN 


SANDOWN PARK. MONDAY, OCT. S 
Weather clear, track fast. Firxt post, l.SO p.m. 
FIRST RACE — Claiming, $6(X). for 2-year-olds foaled In 
Canada. SIX FI RLONCtS PP 

MSI e*k»u Ubi m haMt* lb»t hlaS '*> 

wn eir«« T«a«r rSaarMi w U* Caailnf ta blai**ir iGi 

Mil J«a«l >WlHUai*i .. ~ lit Caaakli at (filial fart i»t 

Mlt Cakar ftiGh iLynn' 1?« May n»aa mor* farin* >«. 

MIT BrokMi aollle* iNe Bor> IM Not rfadv for thia binil 

MIT Rfltaai Baautir mN» Boyi.... DT Mu»l mprova n iri pan 

MIT Jaof Gray <riil»<liu*> .. UT Far Back la aaaif Had <ll 

SECOND RACE — Claiming. $G(X). for 3-year-olds and up. 

SIX Fl*RIX)NC.S PP 

114 Tttia kay (fli 'fM (alag <11 

|-*t 8cfa raailai rlaat •*> 

ITS Rail kfipa: IHat hard tli 

Ii4 Should baoalu tram laal autint iT> 

ITS Old en« nay taini nar* >Ti 

IIT On dowD trade fair aart an<a <4< 

UT Makint (Pod eomebaek 'll 

ISS Rath are about dua 
to* Queauon Of laaitDR 

114 Tab (or later is meat >ttt< 

IM Went evenly In la»t >iU 

123 kluit roneldcr It draoi Is il3l 


We bava Ika (allawlsa aMoasU avaiUaia lae let Martyana 
BIOOO — BIBOO — BlfiOO ~ $3500 — $8000 
•3600 » $4000 $5000 — flO.OOO 

cL’aaEJcr eatss or ntThassT .. no dclas 

■I'nnLNG LOANS CONStnCRSD 


Phone 4-1 IM 


611 Fort St, VktorU 


BROWN BROS. AGENGES UMITED 


IMa .anplinrr Ipa«la*> 

MIT Kaaday PaiaUr <Malter> 
SStd Lafky Taseh ISasreii 

MIS My Racompenae iWllUaisd 
MSI 2u«t It iLynn* .. _ 

MM Wocstate *erinelpe> 

MIS BaanlchUin <rUlpeliuki 
ALSO KUOIBLt. 

0S3S Rent CoUvetOT <i1sUeri_» 
Oil! Napro <Ooaraarii 
MM Uta* Colleao >Broomflald«. 
MeT Pairy naeh iRa Bayi .. 
M47 Ees Bolani 'Bivewrithti. 


Funds on Hand and Immediately Available for Mortgage 
Loans — Quick Decisions Repayments to Suit — 
Reasonable Charges. 

MORTGAGES AND AGREEMENTS PURCHASED 


AVA11J4BLK ON SELtXTED 
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY 
Easy Repayment Terms — Generoiu 
Quick Dectalons 


sto<k exchange Rold 7.730.00U 
shares on Black Monday, when 
the value of shaijes declined at 
the biggest rale since 1929, the 
number of shares represented 
only .2 per cent of the total 
shares listejl on the exchange. 

One New York broker 
summed up the sltxutlon by 


AppriQuals 


THIRD RACE — Claiming. $600, for 3-year-olds and up. 

SIX FI’RLONOS PP 

IC« ar avffr <hl 

Wa* kai aa la laati aaald «har« Idl 
Jaat iB«,afd la laal 44i 

<ltt( rnnagh ebancav •!> 

Paaa avat lot -4BU uiaa <Ti 

Ultia t« Mfourata ill 

Will laabr ><it bflftla ill 

May da hffnvr maat rndi 
Girt Mathar awUn( llti 


'Serrmg Vieforio k>f Over 50 yeeri** 


PHONE 4-7171 


Oald aval ISIfawrlfhtr ^ 
r,rvaa Laavat 'Gaaraacli 

AH Brifb lWlilUBM> . ... 

TractUloa <Buartai 

Ratartan iBraomf>aldl ... 

■atar Talk iHaUan 

ALSO lUCtBLB: 

Mcra'a Tar U> leihprhukt 
Ipaka iBroafROfUtt _ _ 

Wunhall )No Bay, _ . 


1112 BROAD ST. 


FOl'RTH RACE— Claiming. $6(X). for 3-year-olds and up. 

ONE MILE AND 70 YARDS PP 

a»44 Skakakaa* Bay IBraMMlUldi lit Rayaat al laa( (ft* braakHa III 

MM Kaalrra Sat* iltaa>v*l ... IIT rayabl* a( lahlai II all Itl 

aaia Craabr Praab iStr*«r1(b4> ITT Taath raaiblaaUaa la ata* ill 

OkM Third ap**d •Wllllan)n , lit Walch aal (ar UiU an#' •!> 

MSI Btrppins Pad iPalioni 114 tail «ai marktd UDpravaraaat iTi 

Mil Tva Dane* •Halim - .. . ITI Murh aritar (has rmnt <4« 

MM Lalaha >Ro B«r» ^ 111 Thr«« tut ia«t raa do MUar Hi 


FHTH RACE — Claiming, $600, for 3-year-oIds and up. 

ONE MILE AND 70 YARDS PP 

*•41 aural WarrWr <WllllaM) IIT Ranahif ht laiarafrd aiaaa»r ill 

laatd Hl|h iaaliff tRallvri .. III Caald vain* rl|ht bark *(ala <4) 

aSM a*a Lad irillMbaki 114 dhaald 4ak» U irarh itl 

Dt4i Ardaat IRtpa iPaUMi IM Ltthl load and Nn makr thrvat •!> 

MTS Boma Dnint* lOuaratch.. ^ TI4 Mifhl b* Mmirthiat deim hrr* i3i 

0«4l Oalrar Bl*n 'Suarasi 123 Thrn« out la«( mufh MUar Oi 

MIJ Rajada •Ha a«y* -- 1*1 Rvap* •urprUtny train*' 

H4I Nrrn R>h* ' aroomflridi ....... UT W*»ai dt4|r«<-*d Id la*t i|> 

ALSO RlJGfRLS 

MU Pinal Craa* ■■ivavriaMi ... tit R*p«*t «( Baturday would ahar* .ki 

SIXTH RACE — Claiming, S700, for 3-year-old.s and up. 

SIX FI RLONOS PP 

iMtII Parvlra Pra(l« rWIHUail ..... SirlrUy vtaM a« rar* <■> 

MIC Wlajfd Xafhyr 'Halim ... . Ila Oaad »iMa(b ta (*l aart <4> 

M4I Na iaoi* ihaarvai ....... Jit Sarly taataa larai oaald loab* raayli 4«l 

N3T Ladaarih iBivaaritMi ;i4 Ridar «ui k*«p Mm taint >J' 

MIT Pra* Tickri iNo Rrrv).. _ lit Dnaan I c-r* aoav aaylhlBt 'I' 

Mtt Rrd CryttaJ •Paiinn< .. 114 Boy «iU h*lD »«mr •)> 

M32 Plarh Over iPUIpvtiukl _.... tit Will help a»l para «Ti 

ALPO BUOIBLB: 

MU Bupr»m* L««d*r 'Patloai _ ]M PirM rboir* It dra»* in 

MiT Aapaa ipaltoo. .. 114 La*l aiai (air •atrh nut <t> 

MS3 Maba Mr 'Allani .. . lit Would b* a nirr pMrr oti 

M3S 8l|h Quran 'OuarBtrii lit T*kin( oe aomr lauib anrt itli 

IMS4I Wntarn Man •N* *n»i - - l>t Unr* la do hrrv -ITi 

MIT enmr On Birra iRuarrai tl4 Can l ba avrtioonktd rldrr •Vltrh OSi 

MM Rarv**i*r lUIrlrh* ^ lit Mu*' r4Hi*idar l( draw* in -I4i 

M4I Mu* Trrry Lrc 'Na Bnyt tit Baigrday farm vat tovd illi 


An Inrreasie of 90 per cenl In 
(he Canadian automobile and 
(ruck market In the next ten 
yi ar* U the forerasi of George 
Romney, president of American 
Motors ('nrp<Traiinn. makers of 
Nanh and Hudson car*. 


Selections, Af;e Groups 


laiming, $600. for 3-year-olds and up 
SIX I-T RUJNGS PP 

114 Caaabl* at maklap M l«* «iral(hl iki 

IM (i«*a haitar al ibto paal paatllM '4i 

IIT R*at*« (ararit* la lart 'll 

114 Makint Rirr rnmrbark iT> 

III aiabl* tnint t«nd na« <4i 

114 Thl* r«iwld hr ih* •l*ar«r <i> 

111 Hat •(( rrrrpi Iria* iti 


SEVENTH RACE 


(ab4T> tatlar R 'Na Rati 
MM Karl* l^dy (Patuai 
•MS bhah* Ayala (M**«rl(hl) 
W44 ParacH** Qur»n ipuarrai. 

UI4 (mpandarablr lOairavii . 
Mlt Parn Pairh 'Prinrlpai 
MM ainrmy Sur •SroomflaMi 

Also ritcintr 
nw Mlihiy nrnr 'Hailtri 

npit CTmnta ■auar**i 

rPtlt' Babin* <U1r(*hi .. 

Mlt Alavairh 'Allan' _. 

MM RavBl Trip 'QuaraicJl 


Wa* that *Mli*r In v*ar 
Rnfi irark luit* bait 
tiantfr It drt«* In 
B**ira tavorli* in laai 
Saiar vUh ihM fi*)d 


BEST BET— PebbJe Ling SLEEPER— Sea Lari 


Uahu*i*«» 'b* (•Ilt'lOd— '■» TV* Part In-, 
, vantwBs. any t«a. ia> Tbrt* Part Ip- 
MUBlC vantlddi. any no* <*> Pratuday and 
uiaa Puffur* Imn WrII Tr<np«rrd Clavichatd 
** bnok on* naiabars t»o U or 14. honk 
flrialB iwp naaibart II or 14 

Ninritan and undtt Praludra and 
Pbtura Ima Wall Ttmparad 
UahUS — *og 4 dd*. flumhatt I. 4. IT.^I ar U. 

*••• 1 3, 3, A T 4, • 14 

"K* ar M. parfaman Pamtaa — bonk nna 
niano *** l in B Plat prrlua* allamanda 
' and manurt. ar RDtIub Suita. b«M ana 

fta 1 in B Plat Minpe. prriudr aara- 
,L. hand* tarott* and aiuarlt* 
ininuk 

[hi and Slavm and nndar Bmatina and Rrw- 
•I fAt- da. Adra. Rnnatinaa-an* CarIJy Lam* 
V,' p*a hrrt. MartUffa MnsU PvaUcails* 13 and 
n*' Iwa under RundaHiiU. frMi Banata Opii* 
>IM Pry' t» > Srhumann tram Haitrr 

S*rt** far ibr Taunf. Hrbumaan 14 and 

. undar 8lt variauan* an (hr durt "N*l 
. car t*«l nan mi amr* * R**ihav*n 14 
and und*r Bnnata »* P RMTa MnMrt 
Bartnt. Rin*i*an and wndar Sonata in * 

II andi Miner Haydn, tlrai and »M«nd ar ***- 
-hiMrrn *"d and third mnrrmmit Mo I 14 and 
>1 num- und*r Rnnaiina Ra**l any l«a mavr- 
m*nta 

Prlprraa farTarman nna nf «Im fnUnwdu. 

II Vala* B**ihn**n Scmaia Oowa >4 M* 3 Hi b 
a 1 and Bmiaia Opni ]| Ma I In B Plai SodBia 

3 In C Opu* 43 ig C. ar Sanala Opna IS4 la 

•Vhr*# » MaJfl* 
uay and Canrrrtn rlaaaa* 

Nin*ta«n and undrr ranrarta m P 


Sal and Sam 
At Sandown 


reasonably priced houses at Kitimat, The sites will be in Areas C-I and B-I. which are currenlly being 
cleared and will be serviced early In 1956. Lot* will be available for row and apartment houses as well as 
single and aemi-detached hou.sing units. Wices will range from a low of $500 per unit for apartment site* 
to a high of $1,200 per unit for single hoase*. 

Individuals wishing lo build a house for their own occupancy should submit applications to the Prop- 
erty Department. Kitimat, at an early date. 

Builders wishing to build housing units for sale or for rent should aubmlt applications to the Man- 
ager Kitimat Real Estate Development, Vancouver, before 12.00 noon. November 15th, 195.5. Sudh ap- 
plications must be accompanied by plans (scale or ^’’-l') and oulHne speclflcationa of (he various 

types of housing units contemplated; typical site layouts shouing street arrangements at a scale of 1 -50.0 ; 
and confirmation by a lending inatituUon or hank of availability of National Housing Act Home Owmer or 
Defense Worker loans, together with amount of the lending value and loan approve for each unit Eiw tale 
prices of housing unit* should not exceed 120^ of the lending value or $14,000. whichever is the iesaer. 
Rentals should not exceed $RO.OO for an unseniced iwo-bedrt»m unit. PUna and spedficatlom for housing 
must conform to both the C.M.H.C minimum standards and the reguUtions and by-laws of the CorporaUon 
of the District of Kitimat 

Builders* proposals will be Umited to fifty units of each type and not more than one-quarter of any 
project may be of the tame type. Consideration will be given only to units dedgned for local conditions and 
will favour units that incorporate amenities such as covered play spaces, carports, garages, adequate indde 
and outside sterage. etc. and layouts thit take full advantage of their orientation and relationship to the 
parkways. 

F^irther details may he obtained by writing to or calling at the Kitimat Real Estate Development 
Office. 654 Burrard Street, Vancouver* B.C 


Saturda.? was r day of long in th« hrtt rei'e on P^bblr Un(. 
pru*** and nu(i>riM' wimvrs at Tha bet wJI be |2 to win 
Sandown (rack but Sam waa on s*j intends going back to place 
(op with form bets. 12 ^HtS. Last lime 

Favored Spec Ho. carrying 44 of out All Brick failed because be 

Sam'* money, took command in ran wide on the final turn. Al 

the stretch to wm handily. He aix furlongs he should be a good 

paid S4-20 to win. bet in (he (hird race 

Easter f'oM. the publics choice. ^s thing* now stand: 
and carrying Sai l money In the Sal-Rankmll TlOflft 
second rare, was never m con- Saro-Bankmil $1« 10. 
tentton in a au-nrnse e\ent which „^rted with a capital of 


Curteis To Meet 
Hobson in Semis 

J. Hoboon and T. N.. Curtate 
will meet In the Beml-hnals of 
the Victoria City Chesa Oub 
tounteme.it thte Friday, with 
the winner to play B. A. Potter 
for the club chmplonahlp some 
Ume next week. 

Ourlete advanced Into (he 
l»emte with a win over R. R- 
1 Bennett, while Hobeon downed 
|0. Jowett In (he other quarter 
I ftnel fitetch. 


Selections 


II a*4 biMNf T«aM far T*« FMrarA 
MbrklMw Laa AaaBarbar* ■•*•*#* a*4 
Gmw. a*r tM II ba *ar, Oucm 
an* 0*Uffet. enr rvtaiaa. BbM 
Or U« . M MMsr. IMMb BMlb. 




N 



l*en suin’’ s \ isil Fruitless 


Slorniy Family 
Grows 'Apace 


Matilda Sits on Lost Cause 


VANCOirVER lOPi— K would *p- cunie a molhfr. or father, whiqh- 
prar that even Mahhla hai given the ca«* may be 

*'l gueaa you ran rail il a rom- 

n.0 Kl,« Pfiwiu. te.-n «||. ft.., 

ling «Mi an egg in Vancouver s 
Stanley Park Zoo tor Ti9 days, and 

hi th«i tho He he wiU Maltliia «tl 


Hr KtMil-R I). t.KI.hVK »ouM be m> iiemrmlou* it mfcM ilKXICO CITY lAP' Ilur 
WASHINGTON <Af' — Ten kill 1« In I Oi«i lime* rk niaiiy pro- f|,ane Janel ha^ blown heraelf 

•Hilly huiTrane aiiirr* rHiiguig ** >viorm ll^^lf. Sirira Madre Mount- 

P\TTKR\ rHWiJKn 


wimled uii out nf (heir Cm * . ' i . more livi*« Saturilav. l..axhing 

' ing*, mnny ea'lerner-i l>i*h.‘vp 

n *p.o4n.ni{ Kmund* vy lai ^ ^ins' hioeeil a l.imtsli.le that 

^e»f— ami mnfi- iTiav-Jai >rl m hiiirirnni'v ramrd IJ pei soijs to their dealh 

me t- vrr sinre Ihe gieol New Kng , , a ravine at Sar Rafael near 

rially, r.ly A relief plane 

Ia»u uni.l Nov. U /.fnirifsl Kluiirta anil ibr ‘*"‘'*“*‘1 iia_Yu.aian Peninsula, 

lertv (iiv.igrii> on whether il (pilt >inie« have apparently shifierl killing five nther>i. inrluding a 

•ver iii- i«.NSihle to ilm»w a r<Hir«e anil'nnw mrk on lhi> long £>,np, i{^ Yui-aian press pholog 

■ on d;«ngeiuuv l-uhe^ cofisial sirelrh n*)r1h fmm llw I'ar .,1 *_ 

the iropr ^ Kui •■a--h imve nhin< as their favonie hunting ‘ 

;rim rrd hivI hinrk warning grrainrl riii> liiMlht hnuight Janet's 

ia*gm to llv. the I' S we-iihrr rTTnnl nl eiijlit full fliHlged onoineiRl toll In Meslr 
u hraers for an inevitable huniranev swept out of the t'ar a clelaj 

Ijr of rom|)l.iini» ihhenn I'l't vear Tlin-e of ll»‘m— roislal 

w don’t you do vmirlhing to Vurntan 

raiiven a nilllon ‘lol- 

lars iw»rih of damage in the U S 
IV are WI- homlmg mir .„j,j 

r tkimbs' loop un A lamib s»ime rxp«'iis say the nwiirh to i«|anris 
he hiirriram- ;iiHt deslmy U ||„. n«.rlh romrs from the hum 

• Il .i. Mroyv Uis ■ rone sieenng action of the mystrr- I ,„jyrei| and proh 

Ht. l*t»ss|Ri e; hni*( we»t-lo-riivi let winds hIowiu 2 ^jj|y ion iny) [(.{( humeles*. shown with Matilda 

ir »/-iem.Hts l.rl.rve .ilomir t‘w «» Mlitllde of 

elilhHi MHild nmi tu.. Ihonn t.. 10 wm (ret and 0 i ‘ .s 

Mwmd Teller. «i rail hI "P ^ P O* «t evperts 

•r of Ihe hvdmsen bnmi. talk of su-wa.i. u . eleio.:rs in the 
reently that alomir revearrh 

ipmenta may enable mankind l‘» tn«'J ?*■ 

nlrol weather and -prevenl f-'W «l«rka 

•wate - hum. anes within the O'- \ cautious we juM d.m 1 
in know 


gum ever tulrhed in raplivily in ***** ciQf uv^t to the University of .jy, h,r,j* m, ^ d|(.| ibii 
Caiui.lu. Bnlwh Columbia's egg rollectmn *pr,ng 

Zno ruraliir Alan Rest hod ai- ** am grateful lor tb«’ interest in -k n,j,y hio fat I'si wmo 
imisl given up Ihjik- two davs ago **c said “I cant help moulting, they los.* mtrrrst 

when MatihU liegan to refuse to feeling had. though, that nnihmg other, hr said That was N'ictrru 

lake food This was taken as a **’*'”f, *** ** **^ '*** why there were no eggs m the first fall. $1 1 ••••*' 

sign that Ihe tdeased event ' was ’ three yrars. When moulting 

not far off. as King Penguins teed Nest year, hr said. Ihe /»w will 
their offspring on well digested ■'turn on Its big guns and beat 
fiMMJ. taken by the baby birds tr6m Bmnx too to the lay." |[ 

the parent’s throat 


the luial hiidgrtv nf the 17 Red 
Feather agiMieies is provuled by 
(.'ummuniiy Chest of Greater 
asking IJHVnoo ihU 
m»re than was 
the given a >ear .vgo. 


R. S, A. Jackson 


K King penguin at Ihe Bnmx mo 
Rut Matilda began to eat again laid an egg earlier ihLs year than 
Saturday and Best says this means did Matilda, but Ihe egg cracked 
Ihe parent doesn't expect to be- and dried up. 


(wrNlicd there instead of 12 as 
reported earliei The hurritane ^ 
hilled Jfjn olhers in farihbean ? - V'- 

before roaring Into 

Mexlrti. More than 1,000 have Vaneoiiver 700 etiratnr Alan Best. 

who hav been 
Killing on an egg for jA days, baa 
The S2IOhia} objeeiive of Ihe ab»>ul given up hope tijal Ihe vigil 
t'ornmumiv Chest campaign In rrsull m the f.rst baby 

Greali'r Vnionu is the amount 1 . . .. . .. 

needed to allow the 17 Red 

Feather agencie.s to provide a tuened over to L’BC for 

hare minimum nf service. rxammatem. 


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proven Whole Hfc INduv nold »n 
minimum amounts of SlO.Ofth, Kates 
lire extremely low, Now vou can 
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Memorial to Airmen Planned 


jax on tieais i^nouid IjO 
City Heslaiiraleurs Agree 


Famed Doctor 
Ends Career 


expismrd, “II would Im> he! 
Irr If • iieriion |Mild lax only 
on Ihr ainoiinl o%'er II. For 
InxUiirr a 12 meal would be 
taxed five renla. 

“A^ li Is liuw. revtaurani ot»- 
erators , • in cna^iderahle work 


Pr lleorfie W Man. resideni Pr +taU- ^honorary 

of Vlcioria since ItkiS and member nf the si,i^fs of Ro.xal 
former preaidetii of the B(' '.luhilee and Si. JovpI'i ': "hosp!* 


Kcnnv and the. B.v.'. Medlral Ax ^Wilkinson n>ad mental ho>pi> 
sociatton ilicd in .St. Jowph'a lal. He was rectiRnIred as an 
Hospital last night after a HUthortty on iiuMiitne and sup 
lengthy IDne&s ' ger>'. 

He waa 73 years of a^e. I Survivors are hLi willow. 
I Following his craduatlon Elva. at home. 1T2»1 Rockland, 
from Trinity College In To ' ;,„d one brother. Magistrate H. 
ronto. he came to Victoria to c. Hall. A private fun»‘ral will 
iojK*n a practice with hia uncle, held and Havuards U In 
the late Dr. Frank Hail. He charge of arranRcnients. 
retired three years ago. _ ' 

The younger divior went 

overseas with the 16th lidttahop, During 19M. the ('ommuniiy 
'during the First World War. OhesT of Greater Vutoria re 
! rising to the rank of heuieridnt * ‘Tlvef! vuiuniary hours 

[colonel and winning the Di*- from 2.tkM> community minded 
[lingulshed Servnee Order on citl/.ens, or nearly I'i hours of 
I the field. He was also with the service for every hour of the 
army hospital service. year. 


under $1 so ihetr patrons won’t 
have to pay the tax,” he added. 
ANVTIIIN'U Bf-rTTFR’ 

G. O- Miller operator of the 
Prln»'ess Mary Restaurant. miJ 
•‘anything would he an improve- 
ment ” He sugijpsted restaur 
aleurs be permitted to issue 
one check to a group of diner.'', 
but I'harge the sales lax on ^mly 
Dsos" meals valued di ttt'Te 
than a dollar, imi on the com- 
bined total. 


rherlw were issued to patrons 
so they wouldn’t have to pay 
the tax. and that It shrmid be 
abolished because no tales tax 
lx j»ald on groceries r»r meals 
taken out of restaurants. 

“The tax slows up service 
ronvidfratilv and Is a lerrtble 
iiiilHanrr.’* Mrs. I.ydla ArM-iis. 
a Victoria 'M-.\ and opcfator 
•if lh«* >ta|or>'M«> ( afe. said. 

■‘When proiiTles .it** not *4V- 
ahle prepared ire.il jt'd 


Operator nf the lealaiirant !n 
the Dominion Hotel. Paul Ar 
sens, said: “If a customer buys 
a meal and takea it outside to 
ea'. we ran nol charge sales 
tax ” 

“If there must l»e a sale.s 
lax on in rextauronfs. ' 

he added, "It shouM apply only 
r.n the value over 51- 

“Now If a {leraon purchases 
a meal that costs ILtyj he 
lias In pay five rents fax.** he 


men who dit*d in trainini; accidnnt.s and 
at s(M diinni 4 anti-submarine opt*ra- 
lion.s from Noiili American bases. — 
(CP Photo) 


Sketch i.s of pror»osetl Ollawa monu- 
ment to commemoidle KfK) Common- 
wealth airmen who lost their lives 
dtirinc 5?ceond World War and have 
no known graves. Monument will honor 


"ram 


Sn«tS»r la s st »rOrl»« aa 

VOIaru •»« thrairutl 

■ raa»* saafariAi l« Tb* Hsilr 
Calaalit »*'h Aasda' 


the inlermerllaie. up to 2P Ihe 
•.ertlnr Slurllo Group, which h ! 
provided concerts at the Vef 
'Tans' H^-spiUl and oilier insti 
Talent «arinot he ronfme«t lo tutions. 

Ih,. Ih* 

vu.n..* 'Y' Rirl. .nd hov, which m«-t» 

ha., >,n„Yru. vHy .lev,.,,,! .» 
lla cnn.i.lcrahlr rfl„rt. toward 

the pracl^a davHopmanl o( de ,pnn«rad 

«mnR hxal .nu.ical talent. ^ 

Perform.ince on the platform provided at the 

and imuit ta]iH,.i*..rii bri<>roj^ii«_£-,j, Victoria M^^^lcal Fe- 

jiublic. Itself «m art. is a nc't's- 
sary pari of the xturleiji’i cur 

I'lculum Htif often opportunity UM.I. KNOWN FICl RKS 
U hnrrl In find, and It U In the Musical Art Snclely fol 

provlainn of this cs-vniial ex- jowed the Wnmen's Mu-sical Sn- 
|a*iicnre that the Musical Art dpfy |n lf)30, First president 
isiKlety aids pnimls)ng artlsis. ^as Mrs J O. Camemn and 
Among Ihose so .i-ssisied in the years since, xurh well- 
whose names are nnvv well known figures .as ^frs. William 
known in musical circles are Kllis, W H Wilson and Dr 
Marlon Gibbs. M.trilyn lta«*m R. J Manning have led ihc 
lasmont. Irene Hvatt. Hernanl group. 

lUIn and Rohin \Vond The la^i ,j,is vesr la Mra. 

named recently made his debut j Ingram Smith; vice-president 
on lelevisl'm In Kngland. Mary Adamson. 

NOT SI M TOTAL | p,,, nf musical art 

However. Ihl-s Is not Ihe sum In Greater Victoria. It la most 
total of the sorleiv'a activities, vtisfacloty and highly en 
It pre.sent.s mneerts. as witness ay*ing to reallre there Is a so- 
the 2^fh annlver'*ary concert cicty. ver-ed- as well by long 
Oct. l«, at which pianist Jan cx|ierlence as by academic 
t'hemUvsky wiU W featured learning, which stands ready to 
artist. ** provide Ihe Incentive, encour 

I'nder society sponsorship .ngement and experience so nec* 
are three hrani’hes; the junior essary* lo the perfecting of de- 
with members up to M years; serving Individual talent. 


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Haddon Hall Klmdale Mattrcsaes, three sizes. 

Sale, each 31.R0 

Matching Box Springs 31.60 

Large Size Cribs, full panel type, on castors. 
Sale, each 29.99 

Haddon Hall Flannelefle Blankets, about 70x90' 
inches. Sale, pair 5.19 

Haddon Hall Sheets and Pillow Cases. 

Single, pair 5.19 

Double, pair 5.99 

Cases, pair 1.19 and 1.27 

Braemore Dress Flannel, about 36 ins. wide. 
Sale, yard 1.29 

4-Ply Knitting Y'arn for heavy sweaters. 

Sale, approx. 4-oz. skein 59<^ 

Cotton Chintz Sliihcovers, chair and sofa 
types. Sale, each 8.99 and 17.19 

Hostess Racks, portable, chromium-plated. 
Sale, each ' 8.99 

Shoe Kits, brush, cloth, black polish. 

Sale, kit ■ 59C 

OPTINA Photoflash Bulbs. 

Sale, pkg, of 8 \ 91r 

Students' Pen and Pencil Sets. 

Sale, set 2.49 

Children's Activity Books. 

Sale, each 98c 

Webster's Illustrated Dictionary. 

Sale, each 1.-14 

Bowling Shoes for men and women. Sizes 6 

to 12, sizes 3 to 9. Sale, pair 3.47 

Bl LLDOCi Anti-freeze, non-evaporating 
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Birkdale Matched Luggage for YVomen. jph 
Sale, each 9.97 to 1^47 

Men's Two-Suiters, split cowhide. 

Sale, each 27.95 

Ha<l(lon Plate Flatware, 42-pce. sots in chest. 
Sale, set 27.49 

Antiquated Jewel Boxes, 10 earring compart- 
ments! Sale, each 3.99 

Eleetric Mirrors. 7-inch size, with cord. 

Sale, each 2.59 

Sanitary Napkins, 48 napkins in package. 
Sale, pkg. 1.14 

Mixed English Toffees, individually wrapped. 
Sale, lb. 37c or 2 Ihs. 73C 

Pep|>ermint Patties, dark chocolate cover. 
Sale, Ib. 69C 

English Semi-Porcelain Dinnerware “Morning 
Glory." Sale, 65-piece set 4 4.95 

8-Cup Carafes with black base. 

Sale, each 3.49 

12-Piece Baking Sets . . . "FireKing." 

Sale, set 2.59 

Birkdale Sports Shirts, spun rayon, sizes small, 
medium, large, extra large, i^le, each 3.96 

Hliite Interlock Cotton Combinations, sizes 36 
to 44. Sale, each 2.59 or 2 for 5.00 

Cashmere-and-Lambswool Pullovers, sizes 38 
to 44. Sale, each 5.99 

2-Trouser Worsted Suits, sizes 36 to 46. 

Sale, each 49.88 


All-Wool Topcoats, sizes 34 to 46. 
Sale, each 


47.77 


Cruiser-Type Jackets, all-wool. Sizes 36 to 46. 
Sale, each* 9.99 

Triple-Stitched Blue Jeans, waist sizes 30 to 
44. Sale« pair ^ 2.89 

Companion Bookcases, each 31.99 


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Children's Trench Coats . . . quilted linings. 
Buys* and Girls' sizes 4 to 6x, each 6.49 

Girls' .siz<‘s 7 to 12, each ^ 8.49 

Cotton Work Shirts, sizes 14'j to 17, 

Sale, each 1.99 

Gleneaton Nylon Gloves, double-woven, sizes 
6 1o 7'^. Sale, pair 1.56 

Full-Fashioned Nylons, daytime and evening 
sheers. Sale, pair 77r or 3 pairs 2.25 

W'ool Jersey Overblouses, sizes. 14 to 20. 

Sale, each 3.89 

Sw iss Cotton Hankies, fancy edged. 


Sale, 


3 for 99C 


GLENEATON Silk Satin Squares, about 32 
inches. Sale, each 1.59 

Swiss Watches, jewelled movements, yellow 
metal case. Sale, each 7.99 

GLENEATON "Deb" Dress Shoes. Sizes 5 to 9. 
Sale, pair 5.99 

Teenagers Fall ('asual Shoes, sizes 4 to 9 
inclusive. Sale, pair 3.99 

Washable Plastic Handbags, red. black, tan 
and brown. Sale, each 1.88 

Fabrolite (simulated leather) Shoes, sizes 4 
to 9. Sale, pair 2.98 

Mouton Fur Coats (dyed, sheared, processed 
sheep). length. Sale, each 79.00 

Orion* Cardigans, sizes 14 to 44. 

Sale, each 3.99 

Briefs and Panties. Small, medium, large, 
over-sizes. Sale, each 44c 

Lounge Lamps, complete with shade. 

Sale, each 11.99 

TV I.amps, about 11 inches tall. 

Sale. ea<*h 3.99 

Bathroom Hampers, marbelized tops. 

Sale, each 7.89 

Garbage Cans. Sale, each 3.49 

Parallel Clothes Dryers, holds 16 full-size un- 
folded sheets. Sale, each 11.99 

Bathroom Scales, weigh up to 250 lbs. 

Sale, each 5.99 

Copper-Clad Kitchenware w’ith stainless steel. 
Sale. 7-piece set 32.99 

Full-Fashioned Botany Wool Sweaters, sizes 
36 to 42. L.S. Cardigans, each 4.99 

L.S. Pullovers, each 4.59 

S.S. Pullovers, each 3.99 

English Flannel Housecoats, sizes 12 to 20. 
Sale, each 11.99 

Y'ANITY' FAIR Lingerie, vests, panties and 
bloomers; Sale. ea. 73^. Oversizes, ea. 93<^ 

Briefs. 63<^ 


Nylon Tricot Slips, sizes 32 to 40. 
Sale, each 


2.99 


"Wonderlift" Corselettes, sizes 36 to 52 in the 
group. Sale, each 8.99 

CInch-Tj'pe Bras . . . Gothic longline, sizes 
34 to 42 in the group. Sale, each 1.89 

Northern Centre-Back Muskrat fdyedi . . . full, 
^4 and 32-inch lengths. Sale, each 189.00 

W’ool-atid-Mohair Coats, sizes 8 to 20, and 
14*1 to 22* j. Sale, each 39.99 

Children's Straps and Oxfords ... Sizes 8* 2 to 
12 and 12 ' j to 3 in the group. Sale, pair 2.49 

Children's Cotton Pullovers. Sizes 2, 4 and 6 
years. Sale, each 79<“ 

Boys' Flannel Shirts . double elbows, sizes 6 
to 16 years. Sale, each 1.79 or 2 for 3.50 

BIRKDALE Junior Lined Slacks, sizes 24 to 

36. Sale, each 5.49 


Children's Station W.agon Coals 
Sizes 3 to 6x, each 
Siz4‘s 7 to 12, each 
Sizes 14 and 14x, each 


6.99 

9.99 
10.99 


BIRKDALE Junior Polo Pj'jamas , , . boys’ 
small, medium, large sizes. Sale, each 2.29 

or 2 for 4.50 

Junior Boys’ Cardigans, P^orwegian design. 
Sizes 8 to 12 years. Sale, each 2.69 

2-Piece Snow Suits . , . cotton-wilh-nylon. 
Sizes 2 to 6. Sale, each 8.97 

Lined Jean Sets . . . boys’ and girls’ sizes 3. 
4, 6 and 6x. Sale, each 2.67 

Downhill Slacks . , , boys’ and girls’ sizes 3 
to 6x. Sale, each 4.97 

Haddon Hall Bedroom Suites, walnut or oak 
veneer. Sale, 3-piece suite 169.50 

Occassional Tables, Panclyte plastic tops. 

Sale, each 21.99 

5-Piece Dinette Sets, chromium plate or black. 
Sale, 5 pieces 76.69 

Upholstered Group . . . sofa anj chair, or pair 
of long ends. Sale, 2 pieces 189.00 

VIKING 21-inch Console Television with 
"Dynavision." Sale, each 299.50 

Mason & Risch Console Pianos. 

Sale, each 549.00 

Linen Damask Sets, cloUv about 66x84 ins. 
with 8 napkins. Sale, set 8.99 

Cannon Terry Bath Towels, about 24x44 ins. 
Sale, pair 1.99 

Y4KING Console Sewing Machines. 

Sale, each 119.50 

GLIDER Wagons, box about 15x35 inches. 
Sale, each 12.95 

20-inch Panda Bears, rayon plush. 

Sale, each 2.99 

Ce<lar Chests, Tennessee rod cedar. 

Sale, each 49.89 

Vat-dyed Printed Barkcloth, about 36 ins. w’ide. 
Sale, yard 79<* 

Framed Full-View Mirrors, about 14'*x50*2. 
Sale, each 2.99 

Nylon Jumbo Curtain Panels, about 60x81 ins. 
Sale, each 1.99 

Hardtwist Broadloom in 9 and 12-ft. widths. 
Sale, S4|. yd. 8.39 

lyooped Cotton Rugs, from 18x30-in. to 4x3- 
ft. sizes. Sale, each 1.99 to 14.29 

Coco Fibre Door Mats, about 14x24 inches. 
Sale, each 89^ 

Y'lKING 31-inch Electric Ranges ... automatic 

clock control. Sale, each 249.95 

. • 

Enamelled Steel Recessed Baths. 

Sale, each 81.50 

TFX'O Glass-Lined Water Heaters. 

Sale, each 129.95 

VIKING de luxe 9.2 cu. ft. Refrigerators, 
automatic defrost. Sale, each 259.95 

VIKING Canister Vacuums, rolls on wheels. 
Sale, each 56.95 

Automatic Combination Irons, steam or dry. 
Sale, each 12.99 

Electric Rangettes . . . Calrod surface elements. 
Saif, each 67.95 

8-inch Tilting Arbour Bench Saws, table top 
about ins. Sale, ea. (less motor) 54.95 

Electric Sander-Polishers, weight 2 H lbs., cover 
2*3x5!''] in. .sanding area. Hale, each 13.99 

Oxfords in 8 styles. Sizes 6 to 12 collectively, 
C. D and E widths. Sale, pair 9.98 


/•wFLYER 


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<^T. -EATON C® 

CANADA LM 


LMMTtO 






West Cinny'^ na«nral v.rri«r at th<*m 

tinijM wilii ur<iii'»'«k.tble »*l4r>on. Ot c<>urM> sb«*d 
mi»4 CartjHnt* . . . but think o( nut ha\mi£ thp 
HUpcr pluH {ler («*< t irxanipi^ un«lrr h^r nr>s^ at all 

Whife lh/*v wen» jjainni* n»«<ly to n*»I| the plj**#* 
Uive hroucin huini* Ui** 'otnajo pUnt'> lo >ot uul 
in ilie ii:Kk ><it t 

“It mii*ht AiUi !ti»* >.»U» of ih«' pld'>*,’ h»* 

laid Ginny tnd Bill. 

■•Want me* to lH*lp put ih^m mit?" Hill 
“No|i»* . . i'll leav^ Mia* to , . . '!.«• 11 

havif bt»IUT luck hi*:i th«’ir>" He looked ilouii .it 
iht* .nmall pients ami then up at 

' Here. Giiinv . . . t.ike Mime ol the^e and try >our 
luck with ri’.un’' 

Ginny iriM to retUM* imt D.im* talked her 
It seettirj tike the lini^et of Kaie th.«* when '■he 
turned in h t la-tei the next moiimi); >ume mnn 
W4.H talkin.^ 'tiviul tomatue-. 

"rhe iroiiole wiih most issiple.' the man i-on 
fklml. "is III It the> bahv their plnnt'i to •te.iih. 
Alwaya ptikin< fifl hii-!< and snipping here .nr il 
there, lad > »tir fdants a|or>e until ihc> .siatt de- 
velopin-! . ami then treat them in .1 hai.dlul 
uf VEtJOCROW every few days . . . I-idy . . . 
>«m It have viore I'lmai'ies than you know' wha' to 
dll with'* 

Ginny lo-A'-i ihoughKut a- she snap|Ms| off t^e 
ridio Mi>‘ • jii-t m.i\la« this w.i\ her I h in>i* 
t I outdo ('lydme' t'ltnime -he knew w.is .1 hU'J- 
pii ker. When 1«illjr inie ho>ne ih.n iu-.:hi -ae ,l•^.•d 
lorn to pit k up '.nil- VK<; O ( ;Rlt\V the next time 
he w »s In a m*.s 1 <4tt»re 

liiM lo'ikel js*omshei| "Wh-it for? What is i**'” 
li's some kind of plant puvsrfc'r" tiinny Inld him 
st'ilously ‘'Tor inv tomato pl.tnts. 'rhe_m.ui 
d - .1 pinkish 4 :iey {Miwiier w'ith an inoffensiNe o<ii>r, * 
(•uarinleed not lo hurt ybiir hands ot etothe- 

Bill snnl.'l .is he relireii iiehmd his new'-pitpci . 
“UK.. Uuh h ■■ he pmmi.sisl. ••fll get ytni >ome 
of the Junk. I tn soriy to hear th-ii you've goi ants 
in your plants though . . 


■ TNNY ahvays figured that if onc^ . . . 

Just once In her whole life, she I'odltl 
excel Caroline at something she wnnild 
die happy. 

If she i'f>uld have hate«l Caroline 
it miitht not have been so b;«d. hut 
Car ilfne. heskles being Bill's cousin, was Ginny s 
very he,t friend. A really lov»*l> girl whd had the 
hTitating habit ot ihdiig ail Il.iti;;s sp«'etacular1> 
weir 

sue btrwled in the hutMfird-* ij^hty bracket ami 
foite>| a neat sev’Cniy fioir .'she was an c.xcelk*nt 
cmdc and housekeeper and a iieautlful .swivnnier 
:<he did charming simple water i ok»rs that brought 
hnr a flattering amourd <>f artidic rerogniiion in>l 
ahe held down an Hriveitising job that was both 
lt«i*rsMve ami glamor>>u< 

*The B'tod f.|irtes wnc out en masse the d'ly 
thit babe was (hristened, ' bill loved tu decUiri* 
"She's got everything. I'aroline has ...” 

Gtniiy AtU-son wac IwiM'd to agree. 

The Tui kera and the AlllM-'ns were praclu.'ally 
Inseparable . . . and if Ihc oilier three .susper<,s| 
anything of Glnnv''- phohui ah-<ut her husband'.s 
attraclive rousin tlicv matte no 'tg^. “Butter Kin 
gers" they raHf*d iuM with tolerant amiLsement 
Ami it was so apt ihiif 'hory 'tinged eveiy time 
ahe he^rd p. 

Ginny was Ih" go! who lr>j'(**'d gcHlrig m the 
bas ami .spllteil fruits. V' ysi.d e s « '.'g« and p.isirle- 
ali over the other p.«-M i>i.t-rs >-.e tni'tl lo tint h»m 
hair to bring out the <•■(• 14 . y l:.i .Might- and it ill 
turiMsl a viviti utihe; litiy tt.ar liud lo m* 

Cilppe>J alnuist lo her s<^'p tsf- le -lie d.il4si show 
lierself in puhln. 

“Ttie only thing I evej did right in my life w 1 - 
lo marry" you." xhc iniii p>d rr>iM-r:th!y{ one night. 

Blit grmne«l 41 her ami ma-sagerf ttie little 
woiry lIrvM between her eyeb:* w« wiiti tils liiumii. 
“Well. y.ui ran t he a humlreil {>**1 tent right ail the 
Umt* ■■ he I 'Htiforted hri 
Wiien r>ave gnt his | 

Tucker* armtHimed thiii 


miy COLON t ST maoazlnb 


VICTOKIA 


SI ND.AV. OCTOBKK 2, 1955 


This Week's Profile 


intore 


A LFRKD CAR.MIClfAFT veieinn promoter 
and real e-t.d» r hn.- uvisl much 
of hi* life in .in atmo>|'** »• «.f t •'cals and 

high endeavni 

He had a p.nt m t‘ * i n if British 

Columbia: ami -f. ci.tl t>'>«s ir the jiiocesa 
he taw wraltii shead F,,: snrof* ■ np .dways 
Interfenvi: War n’l ntien 01 nomic 

slump that knm-ked ti« isdtoio cut "f bind 
values. 

He and asMw late- .1 < i. led ;vres of 

Island land and sold i* ;<* .*1 |>:i t 1 uf S3 an 
acre to the Kr.ini«H':.nm'!.m Ci bid they 
had to aecept (witt f x\m*'Mt m l*f i.inds 
shares. *nicn the coir.^witv tho: sje.nsojeil 
that swank Oak Ray huiisinp <i« vclnpment 
folded and ha<f b* tid-en «v>n hv the 
Kranci><’anadi.*n Ti u-t f wlih'h hH»! lent it 
money. TTieshaie.s w* 1 lo-t 

BANCH IN O 

Mr. Carmichael hjid :'H i^^e:c•t in .1 .‘it'OtV 
.acre ranch in Mc.xio-. wtien he ;«;td his 
partners were going piow e.'nij ti-nialoe.s 
tor the Canadian murkti. Bu: n {evolution 
broke out in Mexlc« . 1* )>tv;mie lmp<>.«sible 

to work the r.'mh At the s.vnj«' time there 
waa a ret'ession in C. n.'.du They had to 
forfeit tha place loi the balance »*wing. 

His Uak Ray Lamis Ltd which he formed 
In partnersliip with the l.'iit Paviit Leoming. 
bought 400 Oak Hay Tav 'ale lots |oi $6.‘).000, 
in 192»* They soM J'.^.’.t'isi w*ith m luo days 
by auction from a icr» .11 the |m-,t uf Oak 
Bay Avent^e. and f»aid ovet the money as 
part of the piirchasi ruire. 

Then came the Hkil sli'.nit The lots 
ioat their value CiaK h<y munii ipallty was 
taking posee^sion of tiimdie.is ino:t and 
selling them in (ointM'*d.oi. at lower prices. 
The company ha«T to In it.s iKddlny- go for 
taxes and the hatami I'Wing 

He and his tssueiMii s hk 4< i.p a large 
stretch of land in (he /.•ba>|(>«- rcur.try. Hut 
this was bi'foie thi fimling td gohi. and 
the hoped fur developnicrii then ilM not 
come until many yciii- loie , Ve&iiwhile. 
they let the land go. 

“FINK. R.V( ITlNli TI>1K" 

None of these seilxiiK' ••..uMd great diS' 
treaa to Mr. t'aimichnei 01 un> of tfie brave, 
buoyant souls vvho vcMiimxI with him. 

*^e were all going to t>e miitMjnaires~> 
that was what we all felt " 

He never htvame .« »nilIi‘»nJ«oe. but he. 
attained reasonaole pi«‘-H'»i’' "Kve had a 
fine, exciting time nic-l.ing log money and 
losing It.” he says 

Tf you don t risk ooything. you never 
amount lo anything You tiave to take 
fdianoeii. And when it - •'•.*• 1 . youve lived - 
even though you m.i> end in the fM»or house.” 

The de.sire lo mak* money was onty one 
of hla motives and rod .-.iw.iys ine most 
important one. he .*««>*■ /long with it was 
the desire lo build and oevejop M-meihing 
and the drive to '•u<;ci . , ir tSr eveiUsting 
game of wits th.it ..p the business 

world. 

VABIKI) ( .AKKKK 

A seif taught suiveyoi. he t>4 .{•eil lay out 
the lownsites of Poi» AIImim) ei.u '^AM-enim; 
staked the power sue at I’uwejj Jl.ver on 


behaif of a syndi<*^te. mined gold in northern 
B.C*. for iMght ieain«Hl lo .sjUMk 

('hinook. the fn Imh trade Uliguage; wioie 
and had pubiish^vi a l»ook of ^ndun legend.-, 
and dealt in tmI e-i iie foi 'mote than 4-» 
yeat- 

In Hie deprvsM.ni he joine^i Ihe t'CK j»air.v. 
behoving that tlie Kugma mSnifesio "holds 
a better volution for ttie iiMnumic piul)lein«. 
of Can.i(^ta than Mie iilairotm .»/ |.il*,.j.il oi 
Conset V at i\(> par'te-.' 

He isn't s«) suie now thatl we have men 
capable «»f man igu»g Tiationah/ed bu»ines.> 
At th.it time, however, he .vtw disiie.ss .ind 
Widtbpread unemployment, "and leaMiiusl 
that then' must lie sumething wrong with 
a -ydem that pr«HJui'e.l such conditions. 
Ullil-INt; TO IIKI.p 

lie i.iok Jibes bee.iusi» of his jxilf. 

tiral; beliefs, unorthodox as fhev w.re ani.m*? 


lung 


r.Y ZOA SHERBURNE 


lUUVrtATiON tr C Seoex 


. . . you had me get >e«n«* of that pUnt Junk. How 
mme you never used it?" 

Ginny shrugged. “I did u.se l», V'KGfYGROW." 
vhe told Caroline. “It's suppose-l lo be wonderf^ 
lor tomatoes . . .” 

Caroline nodded respectfully. '•Ml try it if I 
ever have a garden again . . 

Ginny's hean was light a.s -he f<>ilowed BUI 
l>ack into the hou.se. Oni'e . . . Jusi once she had 
bested Caroline. . 

Hill was kioking at her In a frankly purpled 
way. “What was the Ulea of telliiig C.in>|ine you 
u-erl that Jvink on your toniat.»es»'’’ 

"I did use It. .silly. I've been using li for 
we<*k- . . I 

. Bill sw'.illowed. “You'r*' -ure?" 

“Of rs*ur.-e I m sure . . 

He took her by the arm .i:ul le«i her down tha 
Xiao'S and over to hijS w.irk bench. Now nliuw 
me . . .' he invited, i. 

Ginny sighed in cx.i-peration. •»p-*ne.| tho famil- 
iar p.ip4T .saik ami let some id Hie pink jiowiler 
eift thniugh her fingers, "ii-re . . . this u the 
stufi . . 

Rill jw.i- holding a smaller jwper Uig at arm * 
length and his smtle wa.s <ompletely ilehghted. 

‘Tnis U your VEGO<4tOW. Butter lingers. 

I den t know how you managed it but v..« 


(‘<»m'' hen? ahead of him and 
his bi'idher .Noiman followetl 
later. 

He itied foi a job In Ihe ma- 
< hine shyip uf Albion Iron 
Works, but found that 40 boys 
had apphnri ahead of him. So 
he g<ii a Jbb in itie boljfr shop 
as a rivet lic-aier at 10 cents an 
hour. 

Yite folli'Wing year he got a 
job with the Aberdeen ■mimon 
• annery on the Skeena River, 
txv-sing kloolchmen filling xal- 
mon cans. Then, In September. 
1S92. he went to work for Rob- 
ert Woods, the contractor for 
the building of the first paper 
mill in B.C., on the Somasa 
River Albernl. 

He worked for the paper mill 
ci»mpany, which hla cousin or* 


- 1 The mill had a aeri^ua 
.Standing in the middle 
' .it foresl.s. it lacked the 
: lnery to make paper 
wood pulp. Such maenm- 
u pxpensivc. and it waa 
o raise capitaL 

K NAMPIA.S 

mdl rtiade paper from 
iT. i^erlals as rags and old 
Among Alfred Carmich- 
j .rM;. ' are several saan- 
f excellent paper made 
direction of William \ 
f-- the Yorkshire pa- 
i.-.’ r who had charge of 
• side, 

r<- la one sample of a 
thick paper made expen* 
liy from bracken fem 


Neighbors and in«e|iar- 
able pals . . the rela- 

Ikuiship belwern t artd- 
ine and (<inn> would 
have liren ideal — If only 
( aridlne hadn't been so 
perfect: 


VMtod 


ON THE 
INSIDE: 


Goats 

Misundorstood 
— Page 3 


History 
Of Pulp 
- Pag* 7 


12 fioUg ttolonist Vktem, I.C.. S«a4af. OcL 2. ISSS 


Ove/'UVt KlM fektvrv* Sraiksia taa 



No Matter for What the Customer Begs 
All He'll Be Given Is Bacon and Eggs 


Old Homes and Families 


Richard Brodrick Was Quijt Man 


But He Led 
Exciting Life 


V^flKN y9m walk ‘'The f 
“ In Shrpp^rt4m. I 

moi vfry far from | 
tW film »Ui4kMi, a alfa f r««ki 
>o«. 

'*TU» Hovel,** It aniMHinoro, 

**la Hn4ool»tedl.v ilie be«t plar« * 
la lla> world for Ike worat ^ 
foad.” [ 

Ju «pevUiily U ••.NeMor” cof- 
foe. "ir you don't know what \ 
It mean.*. ' wya the crazy pro- ^ 
prlehirs. *'Ju»t turn it around, t 
It ta.« 1 es Ju.^t ax bad either [ 
way." I 

If you do complain, then Tom I 
Leonard ‘"'call me I.en*') will I 
be only too flad to bririK you I 
hiB ever frowinf complalni.H I 
book. The bleier your inmilt I 
about ihe xervire. the «<talf or I 
the Nurmundings, the better he I 
Hill be pleaded ® 

There are some very farmiua 
names in iftat complainta book. *. . 
Oleknties flock to "rke Ha^'* 
bacau.<ie it is di/lerent. and 
when the>- come the real of the 
world naturally foUaws Danny 
Kaye has baen often. Cmgef ■ 
K(i|eeT« and her yom^ FYencbj^ ^ 
husband were reguier vlaiters 
when they were making a lUm 
In flM>se parts. 

So were Jimmy Rdwarda, I 
Shelly VkhMar*. Gene TVmeyj 
and Paul Dauglaa and hsa wile' * 

Dana An^rwa. leacCIng loi 
the amtkj atmoophere. Tl 

sat la a canier eatiiuc pickled ^ t 
•ititons and nothing elae out of *1^ 
a -t euw pound jar rtaerved 
especially for him , 

The food really la a«ll -dlf-i^b^ 
ferrnt Onee Jean S*ma»ona,J“rbJ 
the film aitieaii. asked for a'*^ 
manii. and Las handed her a| If 
buge affair belonging to some to at 
reataiirant In faraway Hong kts ' 
Kong. .\fis« .Stmmena was not're^u 
amuae<) 

When you order a meat. Lea wear 
explains that you have a Hsoloe body 
of five different memia. 7b lake t 


tical joking exteiiur is a first- 
ela-« business man. "If h 
duin V I should plav It 
"atraight".' 

But it 2 »evmo liua custumera 
from all over the wtirld will not 
let him. They c<>me Iwck regu* 
larlv. knowns and unknowns of 
ever>- nationality to go Wiihout 
food, to endure bad meuls and 
many insults. 

“They love it. iir explains. 
"Evervbody Iovcn « png • 

HEAL SE.MI OI-1- 

He poinieti Ui the vlstiing 
carda and the pater numey he 
has pinned all over the walls 
among the rt>bwrt>> in the room 
of mat name. 'They love h - 
even If they have ic» .vutvtve the 
ordeal of mv .'^fieruil Send> 
Off." 

The send-off le^Uy m Mane, 
thi.ig to efkdure N<-w i-usiumers 
do not know it. btti »% they edge 
1 with hi* wife, ouf through tlie ;^«haped door, 
with tbeir five- a hidden mlempiMme picks up 
Iter as a.s.si»um every word they Then 

he cooking. come* the fiaai liwuli.* A loud- 

irios k a full sure speaker crackles in tbe ciwto- 
llrst customer. ‘ earn. TTw endeunr^ fare* 

lo cllenta. "Hr '•'^1 meaaage is Kavnember. 
ition. You. too. ft’iemls, the food in ihis )ouM la 
^ if you eat long ** bad the people 

• now leaving * 

has been aur Strangely em>ugh mikody 
It first opene*!. minds' As Le*i mvs. People 
ney, of course. ' are crazy. el*«* why shoukl they 
under the prac put up with lt?“ 


uniij ms death Uotng 
exten.'ftve buMne** for ship* 
‘S fimu «]( well as cunirart* 
f for tlw navy, a m-n of 
i-1 cberiy diapoaitu 
kind lirart that 
r ready lo 
•1 Ml Urudrvek m^dr 


•ri. with 
made luni 
assist ta 

many 

■ ‘■r isd only in VMtidui. 

! -Ri..pig the ^Unnp 

•• thLs pmi Imieed. 

wa.s one of the kiHwn 

n ^ Ow ^>%al^t and h»* draih 

• 1 br hoatd of with Sincere 

' * by hui friemK }P leave* 
*»dou., two *WR*, w, biodrtck 
Vicloiv and I>r. R. 

N . and 4 daughtri Mrs. 
nMMi uf Sejitlle. 

’ «* irirpitMvitve and br^uidul 
' M-e» were conducted l>t>ih at 

• Maxoiur Temple and at R*«« 

Ceni.Herv by Win>.hmfui 


By J.AMlilS K. NKSBITT 
l('N.AKI> RRODRK'k 


■ V 1 • fl'***** rotwph man, 

ami >el he wm. alwa.y^ Krttinj; hinmeK mixed uu 
in MNMT kind of excitement. 

H>a. he *«Mi. it kept Hfr from bejng dull- he 
couklo t .xplahi uhy it was mlnMyn happening U. him 
— ja.s4 fate, b • .sauL 

hi-^ (iiend* 


Dm* (if these days hi-^ (iiend* 
told him. hed fitid htmwif m a pr«n»l»t 
mix-up that would etwj di«ax 'wtghbors 

troMf.ly u api 

Richaid Rt^idnck wav a «ub Quartet of an hour afret Rich-, 
stantial viiieen of early day *td Brodi Kk who rouh-k ai the 
Victoria Hk name too. wax a <^ft»ef of Kort and Di»i;g:a. 
household uxod. for he owned •‘Street*, had retired to test, be 
Brodrick s Whuif. wheie deep "as aiousctl by a loud knocking 
sea sJiip*. dtMkitl and. on the ** ro|)OdteUly demand 

wharf, eveiy fprt days, ciowds i^g admitianbe. After rupidly^ 
gathered to greet Incoming dressing and seising a whip he 
ships, or to wdvr farewell to "“cnt out and wax met by an 
outgoing fines infuiiated policeman 

Brodrick. while no seafjrer bim rapidly mic 

dearly loved the .sea and ship*. ^Msc. 

He needs must oe at every ship “Seeing that tJie man 
arrival and depaiiurc. though either cragy or drunk he called 
"twould have open oelter for Assi.siance, when a young had 
hla buMiiess h.id he 'stayed in 'b**' of the name of Mai-pherson 
his offite ' But the exciteir.enl came out of his rxK>m and 
of ship days .ilways fA«cmated attacked with the man's 

hloi. and ilu*re were *o manv baton.'* 
time* wlien he wHused excue "KK4BFn Ml HrMCW - 
ment himself .. • 

Now. during all this Mix ^^engeiv 
NARKOVt fc.«s< ,A|»E Brodrick and a friend were hav exaudMor 

There wsk this in ihe Olonisi ing a quiet talk, about tho«w 
in June of l»bii ' Narnm es matter* Ladiex talk about 
cape -Yesterday afternoon as buxbaridxaieabsent, 
the steamer Pacific wax about Brodrick and her friend 
leaving Rxquimalt for San Ktan- have trembled as 
CISCO Mr. Richard Brodrick. who »hook 

wt* in the feiry Ikwi. had a their closed door, until 

narrow < . ' 

The steamer had 
back water, in doing which her l*' 
wheels came very <■ 
boat and 

to escape being iniuied. in case 
abe was struck 

ming for a short disiance a man house, 
from the .sieumpr 


’nee 


DANA ANDREW'S 
he wwnt along with the 

r*< 


JEAN SIMMONS 
site was not amused by 
menu. 


MR. AND MRS HICHARO BRODRICK 
r Jov«l exfjiemt ni and lie did well in V 


icioiu 


mr«ni!i-. fiwm the ColvMiy. 
wish mm a pleasant voyage 
Mt Broiliick 


buggy over the wrxtrkd trail 
that «>mie(ie«i Victoria and fs 
quinwlt. 

I'he end of thi* lamou.s whai. 
A came in "Gone at last' 

1 whai f at E-squltnalt 
report the ship had had ^’'It by Mr. Selleck in 1858 and 

fehuilt afierwartKb.v Mr 
^’^*8rick yieideil to the ravages 
of Ihe marine woim yesterday 
and were morning and crashed into the 
The nolv occasioned 
fall wav vpiy |«„(| and 
alarmed the goixl people <»f the 
pleasaiii town, who imagined 
that an carihiiuake was in pio , 


sailed away 
^lutn VuiuiiaJn ilie Active in 
the midsi of a great aiorm. 
few hiturx later U‘e wlmle town old 

heaid at 

to reuim to p«»rt. the stoim wax 
that fierce. 'ITiix wax good rievsx 
to xome ntizens who had been 
robbeil and cheated, c .t 
sure Ihe robbers arxi /‘heaters harbor, 
got away on the Active by the 
Now tliey'd be* caught 
malt' 

Herex Ihe 4 'olmusf s lejMUt of 
«he ships depailure The Ac 
tive carnt'd away atx>ui 70 pas 
among whom were 
U'rfkeford. ex iieas 
Franks. Mr. R. Brwlrick 
when ***** •'**■ C" Pratt. Mr Wake 
Poor Mrs Ro to Australia, via 

muxt Panama, while .Mr. Franks goci^ 

Ihe houiie *® England vi.i the Ivihmiix to 
but they remained be a statement oJ suppo«e«i 

. grievances before the De»by\ 

escape fioni drowning. 'The felkiw took hold of the government. ’ * 

- -J <.iccasion to Uiliex who weie conversing rc moK KAI>R 

the sitting room and so 

lose to the alarmed them that they feored ^“'“‘-‘•’er wav 

Mr B umped out murder would be committed when the Aciivc 

•At length the man was over ''ba n 

After swim c«nne and conveyed to tl>e sta ffened to a gale in Ihe after j 

He wav evidently *h . 

jumped uv»r under the influence of a mania ^ “‘V evening that 

to aMixt him, oui Mr. Brodiick *hat two pistol shots had been h.«d retun**d and raa Into 
managed i« reach shore with af him for which iheiw haibor U>r sh*-lier. 

out hi.x help, ••file t»oai was un appeared no huindalion." tumor proved * ax most ru 

injured It wa.x davs before the exci.e I*’!** J 

Broonrk h.s bUM.H-.. V Bn»lrie* I 

In a motlesi wav He rer.t.d a dozens of times knowiTTo « 

rtckeiy wharl on the watertitmi •''®*** ** '*** “ ^*tr worse . . j 


STAMP 

JACKET 


^ fktulxpr 17. 19W An*, 
iraiia wi;| i.vsue a cenieiuiiy 
|i in honor of the fiiai 
*L^-''usfi.iiian stamp issued 
»M-«gn 


Gulf Island Dance Retains 
Flavor of Pioneer Days 


h v\usri.iiian 
' ■’''ir.. .Hid from the 
-iVc >eer». it jg a replica of 
first .starnp issued |hy that 
jC-.\ in !<).'. U even retfiina 
jj Vici. Ilia's head inviead 
Jiepjaclng it with gueen 
jj'tieih's JsNew Zealami iiaji 
|t‘ tn the case of her new 2d 
r-* which, otherwise, is an 
J replica of the original 

fP 

S nnJv (litference fl»r .*<<<ijth 
Trahan has made is to ire 
^ the word.s rirsl .»^iamp 
"It Australia- in hUsk 
which detract from the 
V *1 erfr»d. Tlie New Ze*. 
Jik primed in a bright ear- 
I a lyrt i« very effective The 
H two values could »* im- 
t ' by .teepiir plgmeiuaiion. 


larger veaaeU. The out. A few mutiei 
■ made regular trtpj, aa the cold water bioi 
and aU were car ien.se to the alighilv 
which was brain and the daiKer 
!■ his n.shboai- 

- riding a few 
a truck, larger party 
a ba^ee with land hove 
. — I. aa skylarka. 

shone briilianliy. as dabues. 

E^ch part 


^ the Gulf lalands of Bftti.sh to the wharf 

Columbia la an experience of rted to the dance. 

Joy or pain, according lo one's held in the Community Hall 
sensibilities, but most oerUlnly| We wesu along 
an expogienoe of interest. crmalv to the back of 

The flavor of the oM time singing like 
pioneer dance, when thi 
partK'ipaied had 
miles by slow ox<art r ~ 

horse, IS maintatned It was not uitoncating as wine 
juiii a few bourx of dancing and tbe 'ontem of the 
then a quick dLspersal 
dear, no . . . the dance contin 
ued until dawn 

Today. It la just as difficult pleasant 
to *Bttend. A dar.^w 


minutes later the 
from Mayne In- 
to on the wharf, gay 
aeemiiigly ax fresh 
The banter wax ler- 
y W.4V still fully 
jMrcer as they 

was pilch black . . . the 
j water* of Active Pass 
ran swiftly in the inky night, 
my the intrepid Kaiiman. with 
another .» full deckUuul of hnppy revel- 

”'Th- O'" In >h* hall the mu,..- !mn lfi“Lrtne-'I'' 

" PI*" o, the J H.PPV, enmT Re 

u 2::; ^ - 

rll attende.1 by resident, continued to return. 

e™i.i„P in the I„ *"'* nrjte^'”’ 

1 our lAfooter and fled *, u ,» ” ■ Rte«t night . . . 

aliano wharf that night. vast*d,fant?!.«^ Perhaps the laxi nutp,^i o1 old- 

a* night fell the Ln JC^s Jnd hospitality ax known by 

an lo arrive Whi.pping f-rehears anotiupf itarvee 

ckloads on trshp-rtllU 1 rT T'^ "" 

7 ai! After more _ 

T^e their dancing the great dispersal i,... , ^ ’^'WOI-HR THAN TIUH • 

Lrav**l wwit nn * pl#ce Bv this lime we were . Irish priest in Engioiid 

a iL^i An open safely .board the Elf In bur •*« Mrlke 

The ?*'**‘* ^*^p*ng. mark yx. W^H*ki«i.erx to e,**- 

w^^ed ami but walling theensrlves stonerw aa 

TOirilt T o The car drove to 2T' ^ *'^****" •‘‘«n**rs. 

t?f an ‘ k* Cnx.ealy P“*ce says, and slm^: 

.ohlt 1 ;?"• tottered ilown Ihe gangway the nw«,w« of my 

Jt to \ ! were called and ^r««aik>« nmaider ih^iv 

^ iSav^r K fl«®tlng not to he -tonerx. It 

f ‘‘•tne the spla^ir H meaatogi^ t»r me to 

*** outcry, ju-st a bit of spUsh- ***^*®h ‘I*** word nf Ctod to 

Ac tied on the outside log as our wet hero clamt^rA “*>’ ‘"••rr. 


Underwater Art 


who others frem Uayne t^and 

to come for The moon i‘ _ 

•**_ and the w«rm summer air wav rifle 

a» was equipped with 
parcel* The troo^ aboard 
oh summer was with us . . . the ft 

evening afforded a respite from swirling 
the toll of Ihe season, life 
- f. Yippee* 

. . , ** rarely bucko. tomi*rrow Is 

successful unless supported by day* 
many ■* " 
landers 


. Ill '•(Hewpondent wrR. 
< a Bniuih phllatehi ..ur- 
*''• “Mv husband ha« Is-en 
roltortor fnr truiny 
and the tuae he *44 rwH 
’ to at stamps through a 
.. magnifier surprise*- me, 
a very dull p'lisuit. 
• r hts evexight (kie- rMg 
to bf» affected but I am 
sure his hearing is V.'hi-n 
studving a piiilaiciir aih-i 

ca'-iloc :s rnntaininr ex- 

.e sfamps of ihe r .uMrifs 
= xr>d I mr-><itfin l«i 

hrt» r w->uld like lo J..AP 
cur* i.»*x . fur the w>:<>le 
and >isxiblv a new »nr- 
ihe lounge, be divw rmt 
1 " lie Viie ui hear wlmi I 


iiarhor 

Meanwhile Mr Brculiick wax Ilro«lii<k came bark t< 

expanding hi* busmev*. There years Gier 5wN>r 

were tliex' iiernx in the Colon- tiaik into his busmex* 

ixt "Water ronirart Mr. R '’tire mote expanding. H» 
Brodnrk ha* been awarded the *•> fuf^l cili/en into p..rl 
conimri «»f supplying Her Maj- 
esty ‘s *hipx af Kxquim.ilt witJi 
water T)ie contract hold> good 
for siv moriihx TTtc wnpp/v i.x 
obtained from Jxpnnc \'ale ’ 

TOOK IN' I'ABTVI^R 
"Bonde«r warehouse Mr R 
Broth uk ha* 4epnxite«l .Ajonoo 
in ca*h In Uir B.ink of ftiitish 

Cnhimbta bv way of M-iurltv t.. 1 ......,,., c. ^ 

"K- rr«i,t nt the .... .in, I ! V- , T ‘ ts 

-tolr. Tltr ftn-t .rro ‘ '■ «■" 

phtf-tl it. b.,ml ■■ ' ' *■ -( '...It 

In K-bruho of 1W7 Mr Mrrnl '''•*'P'>"P* »'"l- 

rifk f,w J.-;.,- In .S«n 

Kranr.-.,, And rneng. ,! v " I , ■ 

. parinnr -Nn* lirm .Mr S 

Brodrick hax arlmitteil Mr Ed K<MRING Bl s-inkvs 
N orton, late the popular pui SCI linslucks wharf In Kroui 
I'f the Active to a pnrinersiup mad did » roaniig iiuxuMse f«o 
in hix business, and the firm some years. M.iny noted vc* 
A'lll hencr'fortli be known ax sels d<HKcri there, iheir |.^xs,.,i- 
diodnck and Norton, Mr. Rroil geis tr.ir’-»eiTi'ig f., small shipx 
■irk we hear, will leave today fur the run into \'nt«,na p;,| 

• nd will he iibxenr several ix-r. or bt.mpir.g hy horse and 


ne/siup wiOi him ".Mr. F 'r.ar 
esrhe'- igent Wells Kargr. and 
Cnrr.par.y • haxenterr-rj intri a ro 
partnerxhip wi*h Mr H brral 
rick in Ihe huxtness rarrieri on 
liv the IsMei for *«i many yr;aix 
'«n the I'nmn and ctly wharvex 
.»s r /iji cirmniisston and •team 

xhip .itjcfit, 


cur***:- I.'. ofO\|i.n j.u*. 

a **.«r *.r«+iid. Jia«.G-en 

I W'*h a dot adrkil al.> \-e 
I line nf Ihe Tamil rn* 
•1 T*ie Crowa Ar-ru.i* m 
' xt»*e that rw-ne of tl.ix 
f in he f.virnd in the 
Geidon xt»K-kx: tla-y 

ohi.uoed only tin* 

I I* '*’masier‘ In fr ykin. 

liMle v.iriety and oti# 

I make tlie laialin'oi* no 


rets* 


Something new under Ihe sea la 
(lemunstrated here by an artist w 
an oxygen tank on hit back. While ; 
around to eye their art crMMi|>' _ _ 
underwater c*nvamm, lOniml’l'^ 


» ^bmerged oU painting. 
'Wing a diving suit, and 
tome of his subjects sw im 
r". Daniel Manzer created 
: — 1 Canadian. I 


2 (SoloniBt VW»aria, »,c, s^y. Oct 2 . itss 




Daily (toloniBt Vkioria, i.c 





RING LARDNER'S CLASSIC HUMOR 


Useful Goat 
Misunderstood 
By Too Many 


How to Attain the Perfect Figure 


I By RING l^RONI'Jt 

T O THK KOITOR: Pretty m>Ar e>ery pUi'<‘ you go now day^, Hhere the>'« a 
mixed gatheriiig. the peopfe that ain't talking ai>out Mra. Harding's coat In 
disgusting their diet and how to get fat or thin, rsperiaJly the last-named, and 
whenever you walk in anywberrw where (he bostesa don't expe<‘t no Co. you gen- 
erally always find a book on (he Uveing rm. table on how to get skinny and etr. 
<Mi it seems like this W (he most important problem of the da> outside the Yap 
.situation and the women folk.^ is afl spending hundreds of dollars on books that 
wiQ learn them bow to not look so mueh bke a group. 

W-*!! the trouble with spend ... , ^ . 

(ng money on !he^ kind ot »» ^ 

b<Kiks la that the paiiy that lot of ^^^•^(Jth oil oUhe h»p». 

buy< them ain't suie that the ***>«• ** As a rule my wetgth don I < 

IMfty that wrote them is quail- y‘>« clme sery mu<h but when 

fiH»i to hfKW what they are talk friends. I am going to ft'ei like I am too light I lay i 

ing iboul. For inst the author ”*y "rda on the table the typewriter a few days a 

of ' i;.ii and (bow Skinn>" or and tell you the system I gener add on a couple finger nails 
**Ui.*i ind Lmigevity may have ady always follow in regards to; I always wash my hands I 
■ w t%te line that is 4 laps to diet and exercise and if my fat fore retirelng and my fa 
the mile for all si we know, and akinny friemls will also tr>* when nea-^ar), though one 
and .1 they ran t control their tmd follow out a similar pro- my friends «*a\.s It is silly 
own )e>rder how I'an they learn gram I don't see no season why-wa-nh your face when you go 
otiie*-, to do the same** ihey shouldn't also get to be bed as (hey won't nobody 

■fti isiv AT iinwi- perfect. . Ukely to see if its dirty or clr 

“V lltlWr. K'O Vi-tn A«(inv T Ana it« mut nc u.a.L.k 


T Kl-X KNTI.V rhueked m so-i-allexl ‘'Farmer’s Knc>- 
^ <‘lo|media" into the ash can. Although it had a 
most impreasixe binding, I questioned its contents. 
True .it wm published many years ago when ad- 
mittedly people were not as knowledgalile but even 
then the authors should have known better and real- 
ised that their statements on goaU. were inaiicioua 
mUinformatioD. 

They staled that ‘ g<^t8 emit ’ 

at all times a strong and dis- "•'re distinctive breeds In Abra* 
agreeable odor, named 'hircine' b^m's lime and certainly today. 
Which, however, is not without Cashmere goat hair styled in 
lU us»*s. for If one of these sweaters and coats lends dis- 
animals be kapt In a stahie it friction to M’lady. 
la affirmed that it will be an Quite aside from goats play- 
affi.vtujl preventive of the slag- in»I a major role in the world's 
gere. s nervous di.-order which milk pr>ductlon, they are used 
la olfen very fatal to horsoA’* as bea.Hi.s of burden, as a meat 
I am not aware that this bit -supply, for clearing bru.sh and. 
9t pHeiido'.scientific fact has while all too often they are 
•ver been incorporated in the objects of derUion In oun own 
modern veierinarv' handb«.K*k. backyard, they have some very 
•or n a goat ke«*pt*r have I pronounced economic values, 
aver ik'i'n aware of tlie i-iiong i>K(/|.:n \ng 0KK4S 
and li-igreeable odor called 

The Angorra br«‘d for in- 
however lliai •‘‘UPPbes us with mohair. 

For strength. ,durahiJji\ and 
lu.'itre it ha.s few ei^uals ilmong 
fibres. Because it lakes dies mi 


i above, as twins Denis and 
a trio of goats. Denis, at left, 
t'harlle." the kid. and ".NeUle,* 


Once in a while somebody comes in to play cards and I taka 
setting up exercii^. 


%lrcine' ” 

I iio know 

•houid I casually mention that 
I ko*p c*»ai.s. It is a j'ure-firc 
eonver- ition .stopper ai.d hence- 
furwar-l the acquaintance views 
Bie in the sanne light a*- the fel- 
low wtio eats raw and wrirgling 
fobl fi.>)i. rndonbieillv this at- 
Dtude <ri-.eH nut nf fable and 
mi.«.iirt>'t*piion sn f«»r ymir misin- 
font. I'ton I would like to en- 
l!gh»eft jrid di*«don/e jour brought to North 
Ideas itMiiit poai.' and todav ti 

-UNKNOWN- AN. MAI. Pmx.m.lely W 

growing a fine (t< 

To »v,:iu with- prot>ably there .d,. at up the land. 

H n«i Cher domestiiati-ii a’lirral u 

w„,,.,y ,.,„nhu,.N| »pnu. > 

js;' T; 

, . . „ underbrush and if 

|M> t|- 1 u, th-re are IP x^-ip 

o4 wild 4'»at only one of which, „„ 

Bm- R.K ky .MMuntoIn p..»i lx .VT®' “"’'‘I " 
tound 'iul..i<lp ol Eurojy pnd .h„_ 

A~ia Th...k. .xpecle or. divi.!,-d 
btio two groups, goats and ibex. .. . 

-n,. lorm-r .10 diudrt kilo pasirrU"™; 
fc». »ul.sp«.e. nf vihl.fl »n|., highway,, howevn 
Bm B.v..ar, or wild gnat of F.T pp.p,,... „ 

» .h, pmgnn .or or forn- 
father of Capra Hircu.- who is ,, , -ot . 

Cha gre.vt great grandadily of all nomlcalfy ^ 

4om<‘siic goals evervw !v»*re ^ c j 

WTien we learn there are ' faddi.sls 
S(Xni)nOtiQ goats In India alone, b®ve made raihi 
•aother lO.OOO.OOO in Turkey fr«m time t 

and 4*>W.OOO in such a -mall 

•ountry »« Greece, we realize populaj 

arhat a great-great giandaddy t® be. hov 

Capra Hircus must have been, ,7* , “ 

We crjuld say that goals are *! ** * liquid conco« 

■umeioiis in kind and variable bke a mixture oJ 

ta eharxcterbtlcs. Some such skunk cabbag. ^ ^ 

M the .Angorras of Asia Minor etTenlrlc or unfortunate In- milk generally has a Kiwer but 

aiwl the ('ashmeres of India '’'■bds an medicine lei fat content, it *<»mpares 


and gmw fat* and the combina- 
tion of income tag and tele- 
phone service is too much for 
us. 

Great Neck. 

RING LARD.NER.* 

•DburUmlFd »r Tb« »«ll BrnSirkt* IrMU. 


With the incii‘.t-ing of Saanich Pcntn.suki's guat {Hipului. . 
Mrs. Chailes Maule. of Saani^hton. hist April formed a 4 
(.oat Club for the >ounger generation Their achievemen 
showed to aiivanl.ige at the Saanich Fair a month ago. I.a‘ft 
to right, ais.ve ave Paul Howe. 13, of Sianichton. wMii first 
prize winner, •■.'•’nbwfh.ke ; Rosie Smart. 11. of CUnf' .- 
Rond. Se\eim.«ks. with ' Sunnygrove Twinkle '* winrkT of 
seexmd pi»/e. .vn<l F.uien Coojht. IS. .S,-ianivhion.' with hi- 
ihird place “Wendy.'’ 


Amazing 'Mr. Jackson' 
Builds Little Businesses 

J.U'KSON. Ml.s-s. (NANA* 


to n.y friends that 14 wonic.i 
aiMHtt iholr weights why I will 
uveil.Mik my prenub<e in le- 
gjr.ts to b,ireing -we*, rets of my 
priviie IKe and -a* nfitr m>-elf 
on Hie alter of pra bono pabluT 
1 ••hI they be an> di.abt- as to 
my •lualificailonK ai.eig these 
linA*s, wiiy here h* the figures 
by winch 1 perion finds out 


Then Jackson' 
Vi.Miont to Jack.soii are bound termed the "nev 
to run into Hie works of the by the people," 
amazing R. F. Mtiner. 


company whose president ia 
Milner, at the ripe age of 38. none other than R. E. Milner, 
known Around town as ' *Mr. Should the visitor be In tli# 
nkson." Uvau.<ve of his record market for a car. Milner la tha 
branchiiig into nearly a score largest Oneral Motora dealw 
small bijsinev-ies. and putting in the U.S. 
em on a big scale, in 17 years. wiU you nerd financing T 
In 1938. Milner ventured into M^ner i a dir^or of onl of 
i ml company distributorship the town's [largest banks, 
nee then he has concentrated _. . ' 

investing in small businesses ,l. , * chances are very good 
d m»kin‘ th-m ,ucc<w.s(ul IV*' « "“I 1^, u*!"* • 

“Small business la the salva c». Parking lot. 

in of the American free enter he want to house hia 

Ise system." said Milner in an '»*• ■ «®nger period. Jack- 
:erv iew. “But In spile of the Mllner'a. 

?t that It has made such a Altogether Milner enterpri.'.ea 
sat contribution to our econ- more than $40,000,000 atv 


two yeara without being bred 
and virgin milkers are npt uiv- 
common 

ciON.SinyiKKl) IDRAI. 

All lu all I consider the gr»a( 
to be the ideal dgiry animal for 
the small holrilng. You can feed 
six goats for the cost of one 
cow. the initial capital outlay 
IS much les4 and though .you 
get a quarter as much milk aa 
from “Btissy* they take up 
mui-h less room and pasturage. 

With all these features com 
sidere«l and ’noting the imporV 
ance from a feed standpoint 
that goats have assumed In 
such heavily-populated coun- 
tries as India -it is not improb- 
able to .spcx'ulaie that the guat 
will come mure and more into 
prominence. As more and mure 
marginal lands will have to he 
brought into production to fi-c-d 
the wtirld's expanding popula- 
tion. goals will become more 
important as^a meat and milk 


. ln»wever. It the oilier. Wh4iT Ls patient 
t' uiiti MoKtein allergic to cow'4 milk as so 
r-ey milk in il.s times happens :->r is sutferi 
tent, which pro- from some nulriiional deficiei 
functioning nf In which goats’ ‘milk is parti 
»>es and ears, larly high, howftvrr. goals' m : 
le n.*spiratory can be wry helpful indee<l. . 
her things. ni.SE.\.SK P»-ls.rANT 
i" content, the Although bovine 
I ber-berl vita-, and Bang's disease are retatjvel 
-s- <s>ws' milk unknown on the Island, g -^' 
1 ■' the absenro elsewhere to dale have sho-‘ 


Statue Carried to Alpine Peak 


FKKI.K PHOTOGBAFHEB 
A famous English photog- 
rapher. who specializes in pie- 
tures of movie actresses, waa 
asked how he manages to do 
so well. He replied: First of 
all. 1 look cloeely at the ae- 
Iress and. if I don't faU in 
love with her at once. I refu.s« 
to take her picture Women 
only pose well when they 
know the photographer ia in 
love w1t them; what they 
want Is admiration, not pro- 
fessional skill. 

iMMlrid UBdrlSi. 


supply. 


' As a cheap, clean, eltide 
dairy fur the person on a ' 
holding, or f'»r the enmmul 
farmer, the g»»at wins han- 
down. Initial capital oiillay i 
the goaf. Its housing, feidi 
and pasturage are all a mu 
more o«‘onpmical consifb-raii 
than fttr a row. 

A go<Kl gidile g'jat will 
from SJO up. depending on ag ' 
milk production and so 
Rfdigrt-ed animals will co.nt 
good d<>al more and sr>me of ih 
world's best are raided on V ^ 
couver Island. 


When ' visitors accumulate 
soiled .shirts the garments will 
be wa.«hed with a detergent, 
starched and bleached with 
produids manufactured by .Mil- 
ner. The visitor’s bustne.-^ ap- 
poinUnents are likely lo be In 
Jackson's newest and largest 
structure 


ANAGRAM 

ANSWERS 

Hera are the answers to ana- 
grams on page 8: 

OU.NDVK (C> 
Haxs»jxv!> ty) 
a.VV'IHVO (8) 
(nva:iK'’d <$) 

b-VYdBilB (I) 

t S i t— < ks rs« SMI srsaicftw zma 


office 
I building 

I For business men ia the 
export line, the firm they deal 
with In ail probability is a MU 
n«r outfit. 

Should tha transactions in- 
volva insurance, there la a Mil- 
ner-owned inauranee agency. | 


the Milner 


“You don't disc 
ea.sily do you, pal!" 


M Ballg (EolllMbt Vktem, IkC, $«4ay, Oct X 


Dailg ColoniHt Vicleria, Saaday, Oct Z, 19SS 


^t's ilia birthday 



Big, Aggressive Skuas 
Occasional B.C. Visitors 


Vivid 

Story 

Retold 


MAYBE SHOW 
WILL CONVINCE 
PHIL'S MOTHER 


Boswell Travels 
Lively Journal 


By MARTtARET McMANtS 


ami Kadaltout 
and 


TF:W YORK— On 


a itwnt Tuesday ni>;hl, aa 
i-N ckierly lady in Brooklyn *uit in the li^inp room 
of her apartment to Hatch the dehut of a sifuatioo 
comedy on teIe\l<don, “Vou*U N>\er Get Rh h,** stAr> 
rioK Phil SiKer*. 

with her to watch Che 
finit of the new weekly CBS-TV’ 

'>*nes was her son. TbU Silvers, t 

playing the part of the fast talk- 
tng regular army ma.ster «er- 
^ geant, Emir Bilko, i man who 
knows how to turn a buck. 

*‘Mama may not ^ the tough- 
j est critic we'il have," said Stl- 
vers. **but she"U bo most con- 
j vincing. And she’ll be the most 
. surprised." * 

MOTHKK SKEPTICAL k 

Mrs. .Safah Silver < somehow ^ '* 

\ during the cvmedlan's career * ^Br ^Bb 

the "S" was added to the name) a\ \ # ^^9 

doesn't n^aily believe tliat her ^Hjr fM 

' boy. Phil. luLS been working this JH 

past year w hile the comedy . J^Kk 

series was being produced and ^ 

put on film. 

*Tm the youngest of eight 

kids," said Silvers, in an Inter- PHIL S1LVE91S M 

view before the debate. *'A/1, .. ™ 

our lives we have kept anything "But It’j a funny shovi 

bad Xfom Mama. So she always about the aimy and 

believes the worst.. She hasn't nothing about the army. LOcs 
seen me in a show lately and.^^J' ha\*e to see it to 

she thinks I’m ouP of work. , appreciate It." 

“I keep telling her. 'Look Ms, HIGH. LOW SPOTS 
we re working on this .show and i- ,, • v. 

:il§S=S 

take some money. 1 know you Cu« vj.vurds' ••Q^h /n 
have big rxpensA. Ymi live on ,n^ ^ 

*" “’*■ mV':’:, 

■ }but ke then bouncnl Kick into 

CONTR.4STl.VG IJVINO j’ circularinn as a cumnlian la 
SUveri makes hl.s home la the yaudrvillo and burlr«quc. 
same Park Avenue apartment After making a really hanV 


eojoy 
U puhlie wluU they 
y can I'ompare with 
;ifuU maa-about'toHB, 


but never finally reronrlled 
niluct w ith hl.s conmietue. 
poUUcs he jounM‘>eU in 
'■ ue of the elegant and 
son of Britain's pnme 
■er ar>d at the same time 

• <hed contact with the 

• n ous Brilains 

-•, John Wilkes, who was 
1 in Italy. 

A pII was not content with 
.iT<y allures of the great 
- of Italy. Like the spW 
-r'» r he was, he made an 
Journey to Corsie* and 
sK weeks with the leader 
beleagured IstomTt 


for a religious faith all occupy 
the young Si-ot in ibe latest of 
his lively journals to be pub- 
lished. "Buswell on the Grand 
Tour: Italy, Corsica and FYance. 
1765-1T66," edited by iPrederick 
j Pottle and Frank Brady. 

I With his relish for intimate 
detail and hU talent lor making 
I his picture of life two centuries 
I ago as vivid as yesterday’s 
newspaper. Boswell almost ex-’ 
j coeds himself In thU brilliant 
and varied volume which con- 
,1 eludes his tour of the continent. 
Earlier he had reported on Hoi- 
I land. Germany and Switzerland. 

I traveling as alwa>s with hJs; 
'heart on his sleeve and his eye, 
.alert for the company of local: 
I or visiting celebrities. I 

I This final book about his 
! Grand Tour stood out deserv- 
• edly on The Saturday Review's 
)llst of books being most widely I 
read and enjuyed throughout 
' the country*. 

APPEALLNG ASPECTS ^ 

j The fifth volume of the Bos- 
well papers finds Ih* biographer 
of i^muel Johnson showing 
more appealing and more fas- ! 
^cinating aspects of his 


iu>i-'E».Mo.>s oi- n-rux Kiu i.t.. conudenck 

M.4N. by Thomas Mann. <New Vork). Alfred A. Knopf. 

■pOB more thao 50 years of prodipoas and cootiouesl 
^ effort Tliomaa Mann crt-ate<l a vast body of llter- 
I ary work In hi.< homeland and In exile in the I'niled 
SUtes and Snitaerland. He was one of the rare men 
I of letteia who held in his hand the conscience of the 
Wejitem world ami who has remained steadfast in 
his conviction almut the traditions of the society into 
which he was tmm. 

He was a hunanist an ob- ^ ^ ‘ 

server of mankind, and a 

maintained his ' 

civilization and In the defeat of 
barbarism. His greatest novels 

ice/' “The Magic Mountain, " the 
volumes "Joseph and | 

His Brothen*" and "Dr. Faus* 

tus" will live beyond this con* ^jl^r ^^B^ 

fasod generation. 

EVIDEM'E OF IVnCRI-KT 
His latest book. "Confe^r'nr.s ■ ■ * 
of Felix Krull," appeared only a Hs . 


BUDD SCHl'LBERG 

WATERFBONT. by Budd 
Bciiulberg (New York); Kan 
dom Hou.se. 

l^ANY of our best joumalis(.s 
have turned into noveli 2 .ts, 

and our nov’clisls have occasion- who 

ally doubled in brass to become eventual survival of 

Journalists. Budd Schulbt'rg 
had written four Intensely 
dramatic novels including a 
satire on Hollywood entitled 
"What Makes Sammy Run" 
and the also noteworthy "The 
Harder They Fall*’— when his 
attention was drawn to New 
York Harbor’s crime-ridden 
waterfront by a series of lurid 
ami. truthful newspaper pieces 
which were written by Malcolm 
Johnson and which eventually 
won t|ie Pulitzer Prize. ^ 

Here wa.s a drama involving 
crooked iinioQ leaders, politic- 

lan.s, larceny and murder on ihc'..,.^ 

piers along a 750-mUe shorefroni of '^ree 
and $8,000.(XX),(XX) of w orld trade are otlicr 
ami six or seven per cent of est in ihi 
graft which was pa.«sed on to ous chan 
the American consumers. It the best t 
had everything: su.spen.se, ter- esque nov 
ror. heart throb and a built-in than a i 

sions" of 

Mr. .‘Schullierg took a long q-v._ 
l«.k at the old lowm of Ho- ^ „ 

buken and H.s irumbllng piers 
.croM ihe Hudson. He UTOte 
some articles on this grim and RhSnA r 
sordid background and then 
turned his knowledge and his h" ,^1? i 
wits to creating one of the most *„ 

violent and dramaUc screen 
plays uf *iur day. As everyone , 

know.. "On the Waterfront." 
wiMi Marion Brando In Ihe lead, m ’ , 
collcfictl almost every nrlze j 


Fragile Blonde Star 
Returns Via TV 


IS iiKeiy mat these birds occur 
regularly on our pelagic waters 
during the summer months and 
that only the lack of observers 
accounts for the small number 
of records. 

Several subspecies of .skua 
have been described, but in gen- 
eral appearance ami behavior 
, they are easily identified. I 

Generally dark, predaceous 
appearing in flight with scim- 
itar-shap^ wings rounded at, 
the end and a squarish up-tdled 
tail. The dark wings are marked 
with white at the base uf the 
primaries, a feature which 
show's up at a dLstance, and, 
which, when coupled with the, 
hawklike flight immediately! 
Idonlilios the bird. ’The body, 


HOLLYWOOD (UP)— Anita 
Louise, the fragile blcmde sur 
of the JOiKaiid 40s, La staging a 
"comeback' on teieviskm this 
iall— as cottar to a horse. 

'Die name Anita T.niits» brings 
beck memorlee to eny movie- 
■goer over 30 of the ever-sweeC 
herulne bobbing along In hoop 
aklrts or romping Ln Sherwood 


own 

character and he comes to the 
end of Ihe S^ropean lour which 
was an obligatory part of the 
education of any young man of 
the British up{>er iloiu>es in Bos-' 
well's lime. I 

The rather gauche young Scot 
was probably a genius and ccr- 
cus lainly an auUicntic original. He 
'^as apparently an eccentric in 
tradition, 

„ J. Insens- 

He beiatre a chameleon ibje to rebuff yet sensitive an 

. — — -J snob W'Ijo bii.stled 

nners of anyone wx>rth about In^ihe best company yei 
,s>ought out social exiles. ^ | 

K I.iyTS I In Italy he not only visited 

pursued' 


•niOMA^S MANN 


.science: he told the girl to be 
have herself and in his charm 
Ing manner refu.ved the Scots 
man's offer. He was sur 
rounded for hours every da> 
with wealthy and well bred 
tomers. He listened to their 
|eonversaiiun. studied the male (he special 
patrons' speech and elegant cos- honest and 
lumes. T* ‘ 
who could capture the moods insecure si 


es B<WweIl gooner or liter 
- the forced arquainl- 
r every student of RngUsh 

• re. His biography of 

• J 'l n<>on anil Ihe ehmm 
ft-i lr Journey to (he 

ir- required nailing 
:ly • very freshman En- 
1 ’-^ In college, 
a f*n-. years ago the hllv 
1. Ral|)h jshair dl4- 
i a treasure of hitherto 

• I: well papeis whk-h 

1 t'lo image of the lardy 

nd p.ive new' details of 
■ .! adventures 

pa -' were lui-ned over 
I'lniversity and iin<k*r 
tor!mip’,rif Prr.fe<s<ir Pot- 
r-' organized, starting in 
r ptibliration. 

' third volume of Bos- 
Journeys and Ihe fifth 
e from the Yale edition 
rivpte papers Professor 
was assiste<) by Mr 
an instructor In Kngiah 
unlverwlty. 

L I .- ' kr- Tb* fUlarSky 


ance 


Forest 

Fans, she aayA remember her 
most for "Mi^umrner Night’s 


mu.seum.s 
Italian ladies with forthright, end 
proposals. Despite the easiness JSeot 
of moral standards in ISth een- his 1 
tury Italy, he was unsuccessful, Ti 
being repeatedly fru-stratcd - to Y 
until he enlere<l into a liaison, the - 
with an Italian lady whose ar-.tle 
dors Included thoughts of mar-lipv 
riage. He managed a skilful In 
retreat well' 

Having been a Presbyterian, I to rn 
a Roman Catholic, skeptic and I')! hi 
an Anglican In turn as his con-' Pott’ 
science over his misdeed.s drove 'Bra 
him to wfirry about his soul, he! at th 
struggled with this dilemma in 


even within the same sub- ■ quicK-wiiToo. ntiartous mono- 
species. k)gue without benefit of script 

In British Columbia you are' *-^*’>*^ 

roost likely to see a skua be- *u(o?rapb.« Press agents and 
tween the months of Juno and ,®***^*’ rharaciers slop 
September and at a consider- pub’p his hand and congratu- 
able distance from the .shore show, 

on the TV set, I paid Pour of our records came off' good as 

the real star of the Goose Island banks some ^ nt^rely great 

le (the horse) was 20 mll^ off shore. great, said one. 

n the shade outside On the Atlantic seaboard _ “*Phat s what it is " 

i stage. The horse (here is a race of northern "half as grHMi. 

d stand Ins had to ?^kuas which nests in Iceland. summone*! a fast fights snd football 

the hot sun, a true Greenland and other ni»rtherh figure, "a little more I 

I the Hollywood caste islands. They remain in ^tt*(«rd. pU*n.se." , but 6a»»'hall is my p, 


ANITA LOUISE 


He .said he has learned 
during these many yc.srs of 
show business that ii is impor- 
tant to have Intel p'is asld 4 
from himself and hks rarofT. 
B.A.SI-JI ALL FAN 
"That's why I likn <^pc>rls sw 
Wairer much." said SUver«. "I like the 
- - a:ul I can 
lose m.\ ■‘clf on the golf (-•'urse, 
but 6a»»'hall Is my gann- I can 
IcU you the batting avnages of 
every player.’* 

He also has an affection for 
children. 

"I don't mean I like all kids 
Ju.sl because they're Kids." he 
'3ld, “but I have a raiutal rap- 
port With them. N«iw take his 
kids." he said, pointing to Nat 
Hiken. eating a corned lieef 
Mndwich while Silw-rs held 


hi , uic »«iue pioT. no rsajum why he 

the same place, and Ihe same should not u.se his abihiy to 
“ novel called fasi-inatc men and women and 
Waterfront fn .<pile of the «« live a eullured life of ele 
fact that millions of Americans pange and e«e 
hart al.u,l.k.r«i and wnpt at his 

iwvle. The problem of the re- , ' 

viewer is to dismiss the screen young man's fii^l Job 

drama from his mind and eon- J” a 'pst lii.\ur>- hotel in 
rentrato on Ihe novel, though it P-iris for almiserai»le pi(t.*inrr 
Is inevitable that he should be His first ^tep on the ladder wa.s 
confu««»d )iy an almost identical (h*' «■» neurotic ,md erotic 

.story in a completely different Lidy novelist whose husband 
medium. ’ was lndiffrr**nt to her rhonri.s. 

Hero are the long.shoremen. tram-ported by the 

tough old Iri-vhmen and Hal beauty, gmer and pn^wess of 
ians. and tougher younger re- the youth wh*^earoe to her room 
rruUs-out of the Second World night that she presenteri 
War. ,hlm with l^iOnn francs w»>rih of 

To Mr. Schulberg's credit, diamonds and poarl?'. His next 
his three main characters keep,*'t*’P upwarcl wa« t«» tieeome a 
the novel moving toward a "’ait#*r in a va.s| rpsiaurnnt. An 
dramatic ending. To his credit adolescent British girl fell 
also it is an ending which seems madly In love with him and an 
more honest than did the one ^Heminate Sixittish lord begged 
w hich the movie provided. come to his highland 


'bint, get on her ko^ Ue down 


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SUNDAY CROSSWORD PUZZLEi 


Queen Proves Patien t Considera te 
As Portrait Subject 


Weeks' Profile 


Continued from Pace 1 | 

That was Just as well, be* 
cause (he whole ihing Mas 
cra/y anyway," he says in re- 
trospect. 

He Mas interested in a MexU 
can ranch in partnership Midi 
Herbert Carmichael and Mr. 
Moorhead. In 1913 he went to 
Mexico to Inspect the property. 
There the ramh manager 
played a practical Joke on him. 
He knew that Mr. Carmichael 
had a pond in his garden la 
Victoria. 

The manager, an American 
called Biackiston. got some of 
the Mexican workers to bring 
Mr. Carmichael a groM'n alligar 
tor as a gift, to pUee in U 19 
‘ lake" on his ''estate.'* He had 
Al/red Carmichael surveyed a shock when It arrived, slung 
C. coast water pi>Mer sites bit a polo a large enough rep- 

r St'Olllsh interests, and re tile to fill the garden pond with 

*rted favorably on Powell several feet over. 

i\er. Later he crossed In a # o\t»*a vii.'c t.viBMv n t 

iff from Texatia loland to < TORMKD t 

meO River Uiat staked out 1914 to 1923 Mr. Car- 

e power site for a Victoria ; "3* V’lclori.i manager 

ndicate which later sold to,®^ Franco Canadian Trust 
'ooks-Scanlon interests which i"’hich became the Franco- 
lilt the pulp and paper mill. (Canadian Dominion Co.) Van- 
Disappointed at llic outcome'®®*^'’®*' Island Fruit Lands Ltd. 
the paper miJi affair, he de- Uplands Ltd He incorpor- 
led to take a new direction.'®*®^ firm of Alfred Car- 
? Mem to AUm. B.C.. in 1899. ®nd Co. Ltd. in 1923. 
»perted and worked at placer he formed a partnership 


fibre. The experiment Mas a 
sucevss but there M-asn’t en 
ough bracken available to keep 
a mill running for one day. 

Ev'pntuaUy the mill shut 
down. It Mas kxsir^g money. Al- 
■ fred Carmichael optTated the 
I sawmill attached to the paper 
I mill. Logs and lumber were 
cheap. Once .Mr. Carmichael 
traded 1.000 feet of lumber to' 
a hard-up English settler for 
an old book (‘The Holy War."' 
a history of the Crusades, by! 
Bishop I•^llhaml. He still has tt.i 

He wa.s able to run the mill' 
at a profit. When he had saved 
$500. he took a trip to Britain ‘ 
and saw his cnutiier. 
Sl'BVEYKO SITE i 


Komc wljich hapfB-.-id to have 
(he exact proportion.s of 
the Queen. When Prinee Charles 
and Prmt'css Anne Were shoMn 
into the room, they almost ig- 
nored their mothiVs picture 
but Mere delighted 10 shake 
Rosie's hand. • 

I Then there Mas th# charming 
sidelight on royal portraiture 
when I'lrice Forbes m-,is execut- 
ing a crayon portrait of Prin 
cess Anne and Mhen the drau - 
ing M-as half finished, the little 
girl ^ske<l. ‘‘.May I .see?" 

DEEP (Xi.S'SIDKKATION 
‘■.N'ot yet. Anne." said Mi.ss 
Forb«»s. "Wail until u is fin- 
ished." The Princes,s never 
askixl again until the artist of- 
fered to shoM- he-r, The Queen, 


rare in iCoiclanU. and alter lunch the i^ucea Haa 
free »»f olfieial excDts. The Ihtke bf lAlintHirf^h joined 
the ehildren in the grounds of Buckingham Palace 
but despite her afterm»on off the Queen had to go to 
ber dreasing-room and don full evening dreftis ineJud- 
Ing jewelry. 

•Her .Majesty has a sitting. 

^n»a(-a puy on a day l.ke fhi.s: ■ ••*ded as many as 1" sitting.s. 
aaid a l.iHy in-M-ailing But to *<>**ll*hg lit) Jimirs. and even this 
the aiAisi Mho eagerlx auailed ®® record, 
her in the yellow diawirg .MOKE siTTIXtgs 
room the Queen g^vo no hint r 

•f her reeret si ths . J-*mcs (>unn. the Scot 

garden ^ artist, was commissioned to 

.. P®‘nt the Slate portrait. Her 
>or nearly an hour she sat .Majesty sum endered part of her 
motionU->->. maintaining a dilfi- summer holidav at Ualmors) 


the painter worked in deep ab- br.iught to the Quw 
•orpti.Mi, „on, * - 

A MiN-k .widom passe)i Indeed. ® 
but dull the Queen quietly 
•Uees two or three hours from 
her spare lime in order to grant is in 
n sene*; of .sittings to a 
or sculpfi>r. P' 

Won*k*rlul study of Uie 
In her blue fiarter robes en 


' » T.i mglieM paid |x>rtraii jMunl-^r 

: of aUUngs ly arranged a mirror so that the 
, Queen could wnieh his work. 
y session Mi hen he made a faKe brush 
James Gunn stroke he know that the Queen 
But he found that no 
on a **fler could be more sympathetic 
or helpful. 

Sirntm Eiwes. that most emin- 
ent of poriraitisis. al.so knoMs 
of the Queen's deep considera- 
tion After failing ill ulth 
paralyse, he struggled along- 


L/>ndun. 

Fortunately not every 
'..i costume. 

painter worked for months with the 
Pietro Annigoni's Coronation robes draped 

Queen dummy and Annigoni borrowed 
an old plaster model named 


^ih the late David Leeming* 
, ^who became mayor of Vic- 
toria >. in organkJng Oak Bay 
i L^nds Ltd., Victoria 'Projjerties 
I Ltd., and Exchange Building 
Ltd. 

He was president of Victoria 
Rotary Club in 1929. and presi- 
dent of V'ictoria Real Estate 
Board in 1927. 1931 and 1932. 

In the early 1890's he went 
with missionary Melvin Swart- 
out on journeys along the West 
Coast of Vancouver Island and 


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copper prospecting, timber 
cruising and locating timber on 
the Queen Charlotte islands. In 
those days timber could be ob- 
tained by the first comer who' 
legally staked it. I 

With a partner. Alfred Wood ! 
I croft, he staked 22 square miles 
I of Umber. They could have' 
made a fortune. If someone had 
briefed them on the way to mar- 
ket the timber. However, they 
Isold the Umber for a moderate 
I profit. I 

I.NTO PORT AI3ERM i 

In the aiitivnn of 190H he took 
a contract from (he CPR to, 
clear the la.it eight miles of, 
right of way for the exiemdon 
of the E and N railway IntoJ 
Port Albemi, taking tiie late i 
Charles A. Moorhead, later 
Lieutenant - Colonel Moorhead. ! 
into partnership. 

He organized the firm of Car 
michoel and Moorhead. Lid., to 
handle real estate and insur 
ance. This company placed the 
city of Port Albernl on the mar 
ket. H.* bLio organized the Port , 
Aibeml Contract 


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Scottish arUst. James Gunn. 
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II IIKI'F* 

•4 Symbol tar 
Iridium 

43 Parthaal •Krai 
M STilaa** M 
ac tl* 


IM Mak* lara 

044104 

171 UuUb 'abar I 
in PUfarat 

174 Cbramaar 

175 Prwii 
ITS Biaeaa 
174 RiM aal 

174 SBrrd aoaaai 
IM aiok> 
m Ouainaa* 
iran-aAiaa 
OOWN 

1 Ur*«« aiaomy 


44 A d W Ttlao 
44 ('Tofadtraio 
traoral 

44 Mma* aateiof a 

ia*a4in I»1 i 

44 AoMa Sasaa 
**a«aa 
44 A *ra 
41 aao a( Sub 

•am < 

M Oaaarl aaimal 
M I'arpanlar • 


Uaoa 


it7 N*%aU*» r*s>l3 
1>4 Pm-aoUMb 
tM aTbatM* mt 

■eala 

in 1444 (Ram 


SOIXTIO.N 


Last Sunday's Solution 


aura** 

4 Sntlra 

7 C^aMangt Iraa, 

• Duraaa -a^d t 

• Orwteal 

14 Attialaa 

U AUo 

15 Hmaa «*bax 
of b*ra» 

11 Drlrrmioait 


m Prat.f-b artlrla 
■ SS C-yrrataU«a a< 

railhrr 

114 Pfafu »at 
m Sra *a«.t 


IMNCRCBIJC cut NTRY 

An English travTier, Lord 
Rowaltan, reeenUy went to 
Lapland. 

"Is it true," a Lapp a.HkeU 
him. "that in >our ciHintrj* 
the sun sets each night during 
Ihe summer 7 ' 

"Yes.'* the Engiudiman re- 
plied. 

“What a dreadful countiy," 
the northern nomad was h^* 
nf»ed. "I wouldn't want to 
live lliere.'* «* 

• HaArM liaAtMi 


IS Rraau 

14 ktaa a oK-k 


Which 

cleared llie townsile and rough 
graded the roads. 

He mamed KalWeen Frances 
Withers on April 7, 1909. In 
i9il and 1912 he visited Eng- 
land. and made reservations to 
return in the Titanic, the super- 
ship that struck an Iceberg and 
sank on her maiden voyage 


|7 prriw-b (or 


Hotel on John.son street f«rr 
$28,500. N'o takers. Today 
« known as the Koval Olympi. 1 
it is worth severai hundred 
thouMtnd dollars. 

During the 1911 12 land boom, 
he arwl associates bought two 
lot.i on Douglas .Sireet opposite 
with terrible loss of life. Be Hoad for $40000. V^Tien 

cau.se of some business in slump came, they let the 

don. he cancelled hw passage l*^d go to Its owners for the 


II tmlal* 

14 WII4 buffala 
af la«ia 
a P*rtaiaiB4 la 


17 Byrnaw tor 
rrrian* 

St Prohibit 
U Vaai aaa 
M JrUtlikr 
BMtanal 
St ObKCttf* 

94 TablKand* 

41 Nabraa l*u*r 
44 Plarai rnaitM 
44 RaSaaU 


d the Queen shook her head, 
felt it would be defrauding 
reripienlK, and alt her odd 
mutes for several days were 
'■otofl to the autographs. 


nil i CRN 

[ The fultowina imMndpst rut 
i^as overheard in Ihe (smver* 
!r-jiloo between two wonirn 
>friend<t, one of wh<»m had juat 
i- -m.- engaged to a wealthy 


THIS WEEK'S ANAGRAMS 


RCIJW — How la yov vomboUry? T 
It Okaa by aolvlag Ihtwe aaagranM ea 
(be letter la the beroMd eohuna. aod 

PIUXTEB plua r miaua N eqaaU 
tha following anagrams? 

(II A’^t'HBS Pl.lTi P 

<t) DRKAgr>:R • i. 

(1) •* \ 

<«) STRANC.I.S ** cr 

(&) GA&flULNT ** O 

Salotia* of today's 

8 fitUg €oloniflt Victoria, %,C, Smm4af, Oct. Z, 19Ss' 


4PTO H ao better or more faarinating way to Iniprtivn 
‘h .*tunday. Add the letter In the flr*| rolomn. subtraot 
rearrmogo the letters 


BO aa to iorm a new word. 
Aaawer; TKtrrEK. Can yo« aolv# 


j' ""’e shall go hy boat |«> 
!^Cf>pl on the honeymoon, 
f^aturally, |*m arared of the 
but they any IJiat 
11. -.e is Ihe bent medieirie 
l^aiii-t that." 

( "I’ve heard that, too," the 
n- nd replied. "But wlial will 
<-u do on the return (rip." 


Itily inspired the 100 r and texture of Vera Maxw-ell's Col* 
lecii->n f'»r this fall and winter. She has chasm the wami 
twig- of buildings for the slim tvieed cost of the costume 
shown here. Underneath is a Jo\e:y dot print dress In grey 
sflk brtteade with a look of satin to match the coal lining. 
The dresa has a bow amj the easy lines of a .ihlrtwalst de- 
Mgn Here is a de.xign that is wearable at home as well ss 
on vny of your tr;ivei« «Re]ea-^ bv Fashion I.earue ) 


uonra mai mb nnie girl in that Press pholographer> at oUtd^ior 
, roonv Ahe had alway- enjqyed events were even more unfortu- 
iWatching the people and traffic nate. f.,r they were noil per- 
jfrnm Ihe window mitted to approach royalty with 

I It was an in.spiraiiun. Annl 


had a bod .smell for BntLsh in 
vesiors. He never saised the 


goni InAianily suggested a 
1 change In her p»se and so se 


Sailg Colonist Vicioru, b 


Saaday. O^t. 2. I9S5 



them ti>h*rro| 
•smok#'" to- 
icihacco fto 
- i' r tite ftkln »nd Inta 
In wh insUncf. Um 
< 1t- |•■%M there wiif &• 
* t‘»h4rro cautod mn<'Mk 
NOT MEN 

.'•e ate not m»*n. What 
Piw*n if human 
kp'>'<ed to these t«>tN«cca 


G rand cayman isla>/d. 

BritUb Weat Indtea 
(NANAI This formerly iao* 
lated. peaceful, sleepy British 
dependency ia fast besoming an 
Amertcan resort In spite of U 
■elf. And many of the native 
population here, mostly direct 
de^ndanta of (he pirate crews 


The major attravtun toe 
Am*'rican visitors, in aodittoa 
to (he peaceful atmo.spheie and 
vast stretches of white cor^ 
sand beav’hes. probabU la ika 
island's unexcelled sprit is fMb> 
ing. KIngfish iwahoo'. n^arli^ 
tuna, bone fi«h. tar)H>r. Jaela 
flHh snapper, grouper hkMikH 
and baria<'Uila jhnun'* .--''to 
ishtm; nunibers Fishii gindaa 
unhesitatingly agree to a 
fi-%h. no |ia>" pnipuMiion. 

Most ubservers foieca.st 
Grand Cayman Island's naioral 
attra>-tions and its cloM'neM m 
the Vnited Stales will uMinista^ 
make it ■ major resort before 
long, whether old time Ca> ma» 
ian.s hke it or not. CK»e roa^ 
•lent it'^-enlly e.xpre><.«il tfta 
ger,erai feeling when he •^Id ba 
w<ix "nut Mire whether w« mm 
the benefioiar> or the vietM 
of the rfir age." 


workni<*n who had to wait for th**ir 
w3Rts. Costs. e\tts>deii all es'l- *’‘^*‘*** 

® matri an-i as a last n'<ort ll» rberi ' 

^ Carmicharl bort^Med (rum his 
Liw. Andrew Munce of 
In, land^ tp«* sum of £4 W 
of the ci»mpan> 

,»nd in put (he null in prmiuetion 

>i'n renowned biometii<-ian. 
rommenij.: -It i» unwarranted 
William Hew aiA««m Oh- hs'hnieal to ron. lu-le lhai a meaningful 

.'^"•>H'»allon alieady ha.s been 
cxp» r;en«'e in making p.tper from pi.-ven,'* 

Dr. Berkson, <»f cfur<e, l« re 
nr.g >pecifu-all> to the Ham 
mond H«lm study c*>riiuc(e<l for 

• .Ameiican Chi.cxt >o<iety. 

\Njth these mgs be ma<le This^ siisdy mad** big htadlir-e> 
wlien iti avithis* --.’•.:;wed a re 
istjon betwe«’n lunciarner 
'ce and cicate'v xmoking 
' >KU rUWOK 
li.it Dr. Belk^' 


Leod. 

llt'warLsuo more ur k ^s 
stranger in Wtona asked 
help of his p.iMor tn finding some father 
bu-siness man who w-iuld undeTt.ik' 
to prom.He a rompanj to buUd a the A its 

paper mUl .Mr. McLeod mtr<>- 
duivd Hi woriMin to H«'rbert Car 
nuchael. aI»o a member of St IkUitHI R.ttiH 
Andrews. Herbert Carmichael was 

a clever, actj\e man. a graduati- adit«>ir and mill manager had po 
»n chemistry (r\im Owvn’i Cu1leg< 

Manchester, England. He later *ond WTwn in England he hxigi.t 
ai'rved the pnninre as prmim’ial bales of rags which were shipp-d f^r 
a.ssa>er provuK'ud analyst and as round the Ik'm to Viriorta arvl b 
■iHtant mmcralogivt. boat to Albemi w ith which to start the 

Herbert Camiirhael was enthused 

with the suggestion and undertook papiT^ When the sl*x*k 

to promise a ci'mpany fur the pur PnR* nearrsl de pletion Vh‘t«»ii'i 
fxjfci-. A itte oo which to build the Vanciimer .S<>aul« and pMr(la..d ctiei 
mill bad lo be selected and ao- •’**”* ‘^'"”*'*’^ ^'**’ >■*** gunnv sa< k 
quired. H«w4H.-«on hoard of one can^.i« Fnwn the 

at the bead of Iwle water on the ■mr.mlla ' p..p* r of gmv| 

Soma** Rnrr. Alberni. Together 1 ‘i=*bty w •*« mad<*. 

!l*ry made a \er>- secret trip to "rhe cost of Ui,« r.iw manri.tJ d<- 
inspect H. Thev rotumc*d to Vic- b\eprsl at the mill and th*' o>*it of 
n.iia, cmhuM.iMk- ax to H.e so.n ''rtme it ii0.i pip. r w •• 
bili(> of the Site giealer th.in the price r**c» ned h.r 

ijxvti 1*1 lu M«^sfi the pnahjit Ex|»nnunts in »h 

prihltx'iton of w.md p*jlp wm- m.j 1-* 

<>i July ;^P l.HMi, Hribi-rt Car- but it wax fiHin«l ifi.pi.xvihle (n Hi 
niK'lbtci puri'h.iM'd the ladd i*. ijcfi the erusiied wi«id i-lnp* m Kt.- 
qilJird. ^ing tJi>lnct I^ot 7 con- «mall rnl.«r> diiie*-tri« whaii wen 
laming 176 acr»> hum the own*‘»x ad»M«i„'e f..r r.«p «i'irk B?H«-k»n 
.!• tin .MnUi'tt and J<>hn C .MolK it fern w ;v e\cn ti e-H .iimI a \er> fmr 
he K (XX) cash DF Pibus, th* wrapping paper was tum»d out twit 
only doi'lfir in the Albemi dixin t dir ro*i of c-’idv'nag Die 1 < iti aptl 
at that lime. witn»-x*sed the Mgtri- (renting if exn*eiUd tin* \al«j> n( 
lures and George Albert Huff J i*. n„. p^fk-r 

t**«k the affirmations Xh' fn»i if.-l of psj.. r w;.- tuov-f 

lia-i-bcrt Caiinwhai'I th n cr 'iiit on Tu« jI«\ Juii ?l l*e»| .1 

rniiued Uie Brili’sh Colomhui I'ap«. a ti'iK hc-t -ne d:»l*' (•*» Ihit reel 

.Manufacturing CnmjiHny Ltd ao-i "f w.h the fn-vt m *‘ie 

f-n January' U. I"**)!! he «• Id lyii ‘i Hn’pdi ri.lumh i lnt« in<.iN 
to tiw company f« i $■.(•■• luking f*'r tw-i >• ks Uk- iil.mt r«>main<-*! 
aitx*k in the rompony ib<Tif'*r. m p*.Klu'‘mn H warlx-n w.-.' 

S< lling st*jck in Vict'-r,.! m a n»-v xUf>* ri-ed* <1 l.v a 5s« '.Mi h pM*i-r , 

%»nture 63 years ago, as now w »*• m«ik«T, J.mies liunlt.ir Wiwn . 

nr easy task. A total of JTo .shan-s arrtvM fit tlie n;ill and inspef<**d 


crew member. mo.st Caymanians visitors, the island presents a 
instruct ship ownets lo turn sleepy, clean and tidy appear- 
over 90 per cHnt of their ance. There is practically no 
monthly pay to their families, crime and the 10-man police 
I'Rtit has resulted in a steady force has little to do. 
income to the balance of the INA'OVCE TAY 
population here of considerably * ^ ‘ 

more than $1000000 anmwilv. Thei*. arc no Inwme taxes 
according tn Barclay s bank of causing numl«‘rx 

fk'ial.s who reoentlv ojamed a Americans to build homes 
branch here for the fin-t time. here with the Intention of lixt 
' As a result of thfx lnt*ome ‘"B ** their n-sidence 
Cayman kslanders have „ot J" »he Bureau *of Intern . I 

minded the Isolation and are H^'venue. TT^ only taxes col 
,ver> selfsuffMeni. There U '5 per cent ad 

DO poverty here n«»r U there any inmort tax on 

1 industry worthy of the name ***‘‘*5 !*“, ** 

In fact, the exMimmy of the is betwwn 

, land is unuMial J® 

' Tlie Island government has 

IjWIATIO.N RMIEI) made no effort to either encour- 

I rntil five ye^rs ago. Cayman age or discourage the sud^len 
‘Island's only direct link with Inflow of American visitors a« 
itlie outside v^orld was via an yet. allhitugh there has been 
I occasional trading whU'h some c*>nfsider.iti>y) of estabd>'n- 

h.s(^'ned to stop tn at this port ing a tourist development c<>m- 
of ijeorgetown Fixe vears ago. mi«lon. There has hecn no of- 
however, an excellent airport ficial adverti.sing fur louii*'s 
was ctmstruct«Hl near here by nor any public relations pro-, 
the Coloniai rH*v»*lopment Cor- gram. Regardless, more thin 
p*natlnn and Grand Ca\man !s 3 000 Americans vi.*>ited Ora:s l 
land's too year l«ulati«.n was Cayman Island last season an-l 
en<led once and f--r all. left over $1 0(X)000 behind them 

The island i« midway on the Barclay '.s bank officials e*»i- 
direct air route between Miami mate Acciirding to re.ser\aii<mrt 
and Central America. Laesa alrea<ly i*n hand, the mimher 
'IJneo-s Aere.w Costanicen.ses will he mure than doubled next 
S A V a Costa Rica affillale of »ea«on. 

Pan American World Airways This stidtien influx of vislterw 
last month place*! new Convalr has astounded many old-time 
340 aircraft on the (hand Cay- Caymanians and many ar< n-»i 
man Miami ruufe that tv'W at all sure whether they like the 
brings (lying lime between the disruption of their calm, peace 
two points to levs than two^ful life. The needs of the aver 
hours compared with the pre- age native here are simple ar.d 
vlou* three days by ship If and they always have had sufficient 
whep a ship cou'd be found, money fur any needs. As a re- 
British West Indi.in Airways suit, many of them are not par- 
also serves the route and eon- ticularly Impressed by the 
neefs Grand Cayman with Ja American tourist dollar. H«i.r- 
maica and other Caribbean ever. Cayman Islanders are by 
points. nature hosplubW and Irlen Ily- 


in fact, they on the verge of being cut out. *'* ■■ 
Cancer spei-iahsts. of course 
have been concx*med for many ' 
yi*ars now with tiie increasing f.>n* 
number of deaths fium lung Da ' 
<ancer. It's true, for ln>iarm-e «•! th 
(itat dcaihs fi>>m falls in balh <gy 
tubs, down stairs off laddeiv »J 
and the like are nearly iwiiv* expiT 
the mimtier attributed: to 
primary canc'er of the lung. , 

Kvrn s«>. the rise in lung-c|n- 
(VT irieaih.s yet remains a kg 
cau*-e for o*meern Many #\ 
perts say the n-e Ls largely L* 
cau«e^)iysicians now have mtii' 
and t*eitrr facilities (•■r d;.*..; 
nosing the disease, wiih t|i*- 
conse<juence that more pliys 
irians reptifl lung-cancer death‘s 
n. a iT.errilaT where prcvtuusly they rep*»rti*fl t Hi,*;-: 
of the '-anci'r soviuty .*• own cum- pneumonia or tuberculo*i.x. At»l dcr»|a 
mine.* on resKreh a?:d s»ati« there are th»*se who irvtsi the »f e 
i*»s aigpr-s that the H-»mmond ti.ings we brcail.c .such a$ tju- Kelp*; 
n**iii viuv*y was f«*r.d»4c:i*d In *im*'ke fium cigarettes, are re RevS' 
su< h a viny »hnt an av«j.« i«,iion «}>«msibie 'fur ti’C up*-wing In ''^i 
b«*fw ee'v. smi'kn.g jr'd !u*:g vnn liir.g ca’'.i'er. ni-r 'a 

'•ei migh^ be sli^wn. ever if orw aNhw, a- a icMjit •»( many rx' 

•lidtrt exist. «iudi^. sui-h s4uenii*is a* VV'vr:' 

Tu ti'bacio iivei* Such Wi 'd.- I>r. W. (' Jlkicp^-r] chief of i;r»* W.'r(i 

— National C^i- cer lTi<-|itute'x et< '-e !i 

^ ^ xiionmerlid raraTf *«iion. In ••n J( 

— t > A'a-.hiiigti-:. as-^rt Ratly it.at -' I' ? i 

X r '. I Mie is 1.1. c»«nvimisg clini*'al fp-ri 

y| ^ iir ex(a‘rirrei lal evidence to A» 

* I 71-^ • tvK k up the rt.itlje V>f a rei** Ci*r 

' ; f 4 A ^ ^ iie to-nip be*wt-cn ^mukinp and ti e 

xn ^ Mem 

This p(.*-.»e»n has b<*en b«>‘ xn ,• 
\ ""^^e nTi '’••'tNl in re*» r.f Tr.**r.t|i- by an v*-i4j- 

I n »-\t.«n*-ive ri p..;i ff'tTl England ’ I’ » 

X " \ I T \ T'Mf '•e'craJ dilfer.-f t team- 

^ HLj \ ^ >* *^‘^*' X a,- .j r;.- »iu 

. ur.itp*i**itM-s suhh'-'ted mire fie.s.x- 

\ tianl*.ierx ar.d raohtrs In aM sorts me 

^ ^(1 1 i ~ Y r*f expu^ur*** tu ft.bario They 

/ I fulirited Die skirj of the ar,. cant r 


Unexpected Relic 


cornea from fto 
' N (treen^ chairman 
l>*p\rtment of PsUmA- 
Yale I'tiiversity ’a S^-hool 
'••ee Or Greene, in <m« 
ent transplanted 
lung iLs.sue into animal^ 
uratod Mich tianues with 
lars. He uncuvered m 


■anre 


X I «• even tried anma 
types of tubaco* 
•t hy Dr. E. L \^'y»MJo■, 
tmrte.1 in lf»fv3 that be 
e x-imetimea to pruduea 
on |he shaved barks mi 
n..*.v with cnneeniraied 
!ar» Dr Wynder. In^ 
Ls. nesd of the . seenw 
mir'kigy at the Slnarv 
g Institute for Cancar 
)i. tu-»e m .N'ew Yr>rk. 
nc'tfier l>r. <;r»>«‘ne 
e e|>e has re|H»rir<l 
e • (he results \H. 
rrp.irted. Fven Itf. 
re. .-ritiv as**ei'|e«1 that 
pMon his experm.erils 
• mi- e and g.e r»»r.- 
. results tmt fiiJd 


NOT DONE, Ol.n IM»V 

Th'- week's prize lur tti« 
must v.ituible I'ontribution M 
the aum of human km wiriiga 
*h'»uid c»*ff.iinly go to t'r. 

A W>»usiei‘ of Camhri.ige. 

Defending the re* i (lilted 
w.irki (••lei.ition of s .entlfte 
W'urkerH ;ij(in'»t the » .larg# 
male hy Brlibh soer.tiMta 
that it rtuiilemued Die leito 
m.itr.erit of West OriT.anjr 
but never protesterl agniual 
sltmlur trends in F-L**tein 
ttermany. he explaineri tha< 
different countries had did 
f**n-M social donveiiiii*ns: ■ 
ui nut a convention tn c<<a» 
tn*‘>; ,tf ea«iern Kurujie to 
cnMcivi* their govermnent^ 
be S. 1 I.] 

No doubt (he total ai>M*ooa 
of opposition camhdatta to 
Utetr eiev (tons is aUo due to 
a strict observance of 
•th^uette. 

iTItn* SAd n««. Uu .. 


r H«rb<tr. Mr- I»r 

fi c e i’ -ik LiliJr*. rrf 

••■e H Jackson 
'1 Laboratory, attd 
r. of the Drib 

i»f M kigan. tiirriS «p: 

g .si lo argue aN.ut 
or that (henry. 
Dic p of ore 

y fe4is, nor tne anaia- 
unf-ejf -led hofies Will 
the fsimifig of aigrtin- 


Storira dealing with early mining camps seldom feature (he 
reiigivois Skte of life, but this famous old church had a faith- 
ful attendance when Barkenllie wa.s a roarvng Eldorado 
and (he biggest city west of Chicago except (or San Fran- 
cisco. The Cariboo Historic Association ia working towanla 
preservation of thi.s and other htetoric relics of a colorful 
era in Biitiah Columbia's history. (Photo b) B.C TravW 

Bureau.) 


S Blily Colontit Vklerta, I.C, s«n^ 7 , Oct 2, IfSS 


Dailg CColmiiBl Victoria, b c 


/ - i - 4 i be : n 

B> AIJ-'RED CAKMK'HAI'J. 

'^HE writer's recent visit lo Powell Kiver offered J " 

^ the ocx'aaioo to resaJl the Liepnningx of the 
development there. 

Fifty years ago A was an empty, 

■n(x>puiated wilderm*x*, except (or capital toe company started 

deer and bear. T«xlay It ia 

aitc of the largest single-unit news- Tl.e sawmill 'left), and the original paper mid as they aobeared i 

paper manu/aciunng plant in the Alherni. This picture was taken by the authJ^. Note 

world. suppoDmg directly or in- i^**'*^- auciKjneeri. a. Mewan rlcht 

directly a population of some 10.-, dawyen. Thomas Shatbuit 

am flv^iniA huiitf-d rn convfnrtAbte fdrugcixl and James TTKgns.'.'t , 

com Dan y bouses In Powell River Herbert Carmichael w«s secretary- P*‘P^*‘ null after a checkered by W dUam H> wartann in Engla«i>l Th- 

car«r ot 1*0 >..ar., .hu..d.«., I., in<rlu.k4l on, Gollo.«. 

. . # ti- ^ good early m ixyt) Moxi of Uie boiler, two spherical rac boilers 

^ luburb. Cn,"- ,„j, M.umvKRT n.Thu>.0 *as junk,.0 bu. Ih, Um., I„, bea.mg^^,^ 

krry Lake and Mddwood Heights William H« «aits»n was sent fo Leffel turbines, one 40 h p. which Djuidrinier paper machine and a The 
Of course H had to come; Fifty England to buy and ship the neces drove tlv saw mdl machinery, one three roll cak-ndar machine. Tber: a . 
OuHuand untamed horse power, so sary machm*?ry and James Thom 100 h p which ran ttw gru^ders and wa.x also a Uag makix^ mar hme up but 
•airy of development, to close to «on was app'inM'd foreman h beaU rs and one 24 hp required to and a dynamo (or electric light- in th** 
tide water and the great reservoir charge ■»( clearingr*r«'ratinns at die servi.tj the paper machine are. os mg. Inrluded also were six gmni'e mdl 

of Powell Lake back of U. could mill site. far os tlie writer knows buried stunrs ongmally quarried in Aber at •' 

not fail but attract an industry The equipment purchav-d b% within the.r penM->.ks n..w sdU'd deen. .Scotland and u«ed for grind meni 

sei'kmg site an*J power. Despite liewariMm was uid wrond hand n>z up with sand and gravel. ir.g up c4d news and other wav.-? ' 

this (ad. the slnry of what led up machinery already out of dale in The machinery purrha.sed bs papers, 
lo the acquisition of PoweU River England A chipper and a crusher 


Tl.e sawmill 'left), and the original paper mill as they appeared i 
IWH JH<*6 at Altterni. This picture was taken by the author. Note 

right. 


ng tlie operations of 
; n canoe at lowcg 


‘ hinery arrived m K» 
un or i the Brili«et barb 
m .May 1H9.' 147 dato 

: . Engl.xnd. 

omte atones, together wito 
aandMone grindsioar. mmt 
•er uxrd, are now em-ted 
':t yard of the big |xi)p 
' by MacMillan and I’ha •. i 
AUw-mi — a btting tivaio- 
the find paper mil) Nnli to 
'ince M Bntish 0«4umbto. 
to Be Cant to wedi 


and the salt* of the water p^to*r %»fere the only vuichmes which 
pany ii of basic hist.wic mter?« could be used in the manufacture of 
and land to th*' Powell P.jver Com- %ooii pulp P. II Wood of New 
R IS a late of high endeavor hy WestmmMer umleilo-vk the la.dt 
forward looking mtm; of regret- of building the dam Hume and m il 
table mistakes, temble dLWppomt- buddings and the in.«taUatj*jn of 
ments. It is a very human irtory. the machinery wtien H arrivi.d 
ORJDIN.ATMi lUK.A fntm the Old OKUtlry 


•X ““ 

Scientists Soothe Smij^kers 
On Cigarette-Cancer Link 


The idea of buil.img a paper m:M . Carmuhari y»EW YORK NANA S-.-ie.'-, as the:.* tv Dr Ber»w. ira 

in BrituJi Columbia origin-ited w,fh ^ t«ic inveMic^iors in the add a brt'of ^a . to »,->«- 

Wdliam Hewartv'n, a retired Eng- ^ ^ . . _ grertccigatetie are are begin- »mcwe rre remova: . 

Ihih paper maker. On arrivia) m JT to ^t to "" •"<* 

be jomed St Andrew* ^ ^ ^ 

Presbyierian Church, on Douglas ^ cigarette e.-rmer.is wtarh cohect' far tv 

? Andrvws buralsc for the contractor aikt *^*“**' say '^r a year i 


Happy, Sleepy Island Becoming Reluctant Resort 


,Week-En<d Gardeners 


Make Woodland Ring 

By MONICA OU)HAJM 

H AIJ'* way betweea ShawniKUi I^ke and CobUe Hill, (here in ■ small hui« 
ninniaK off the main road; one of thoae eachantiDg laaen. that dip through 
tall (imliers and are Ulnminated by ahaf to of sunliKht Walk alonf( Ito piney §ur- 
face any weekday, and except fur the odd ireo fro|; fleeing in terror, one will bo 
quite alooe. 


A «mall log cabin seems com- 
pletely appropriate to such a 
•ettlng. and it’s there, enveloped 
in such eerie alienee, that even 
one's thoughts seem to Intnuie. 
A row of stones gurrounda a 
■mall garden, a woodpile- a 
masterpiece of precision -It to 
obvious that someone works 
here; a pUe of oyster shells — 
M's obvious people enjoy them- 
selVM here but who? Surely 
not the walrus and the carpen- 


woodlanA A path behind the 
cabin winds into a small clear- 
ing. neatly fenced into small, 
especially designated areas 
neatness to In fact one of the 
most striking factors of the en- 
Dre property. The kitchen gar- 
den patch occupying rich black 
bottom .land to set out with 
mathematical exactitude and 
free of weeds, broct'oll. peas. 
1 beans and potatoes are of exhi- 
bition quality. 


The answer can be found al-; 
most any Saturday or Sunday, 
when Ray Crowther, an em-' 
ployee at Hafer's Machine Shop. 
Victoria, and Jean - a cook at 
the Empreaa Hotel, have lied 
the city and are back at being 
farmers again. The woods ring 
with tu^ assorted noises as a 
power saw. the rhythm of an ' 
axe on the Job. or merely the 
cheerful converMtlon of those 
angagM In pleasant chores. | 
A visitor soon teams that | 
there to more lo the Crowther’s 
nine acres than carefully parked 


“I expect.- said Ray. “If the 
deer were really hungry, they 
wouldn't be etopjfrd by this 
fence but they haven't troubled 
us much so far.- He to dutch 
a wooden fence pole. The deer 
are missing out on a food 
thing. 

In other plots there are ra.xp- 
berrie.s. strawberries and the 
start of an orchard, rich in 
variety. 

Livestock are not overlotiked. 
either- they have several thou- 
sand head, occupying their own 


beehive.. If honey hasn't poured 
out yet, Ray feels It is not en- 
tirely the bees' fault. 

**I never leave them In peace," 
he said. *Tbey are a new toy 
and every week-end I take the 
hivf to bits so see what they 
have been up to.** 

A quarter acre of croft ttilea 
comprises their cash crop. 
These were first planted three 
years ago Last year they were 
able to sell a few* bulbs. This 
year. If not a killing, they ex-' 
peot to make a tidy httle profit 
on them. The lilies cerulnly 
thrive on the light acid soil; 
and though their white heads 
perfume the air. they seem to 
have no qualtitie.* that w het the 
appetite of the wild life. i 

ADDED TO BI NGAI.OW I 

Ray and Jean bought this 
property five years ago. They 
had advertised fur just such a 
spot, and rhctse (his particular 
one out of a deluge of replies. 
All they know of (arming they. 


Jean Crow*ther Inspects cash crop of croft lilies at wet-k eiid 
farm *he and her husband. Ray. work between Cob6»e Hill 
and Shawnigan Lake. 


-have learned since tben--though 
they haven't learned to grumbie 
convincingly yet. | 

The lug cabin when they 
bought It contained only one 
room* Ray added a small 
modem-l(x>king kitchen — with 
ever>' convenience save hot run- 
ning water and electricity 
those things belong to the soft 
dependent folk of the city. 

Another job they attended to’ 
was clearing the log Jams. At 
the fool of their field runs the 
stream from Shawnigan Lake 
to Mil] Bay. From years of 
careleM logging operations the 
stream's natural beauty and 
(low was impeded by immense 


piles of log.s and anag-. '!!»■■■ 
they burned out. 

or (he future. "We wiU ptoni 
a wtHde a*'re down in llliaa^* 
said Ray. "Then. ma\be. W9 
will build a larger hou-M*. ngbl 
overlooking the stream.' adetod 
Jean. 

"Maybe we wilt clear Dwit Ml 
up there, and ma>be we wiS 
cltange those plan.*' eritirelih* 
concluded Ray. 

'Tlte pivsent. however. sqM 
the couple return u> Vtrtotia aa 
.'iunitoS' night, (he boot of to* 
car jammed with firew«»od and 
the back seat occupied hy (reto 
vegetahjes rhe farm i« tett to 
five days of silence. 





CLASSinED 


LOCAL NEWS 


TrtophoiM S-4111 


<RSTABUSHKD IKV8) 


NO. 2i« — MNETV-SEVEMH YEAR 


VI<rn)RIA, KRITISli COl.LMBIA, SI 


SEX.O.M) NEWS SEITION 


I iiniii” Lp for First Foiuert 


irtiiig 


Prpdirlion that Mayor 
Claude flarrison will bo re- 
elected In OH’emher for a 
third torm if he has more 
than one oppt)nent with any 
chance of kuci^ks was made 
by former <‘ity aldt'rrnan 
Percy Scurrah yesterday. 

Mr. Srurrah «ald hf would 
hwvr r«ui«idrr(^ ninnlnit It "f 
•■mild h»d ■ utrmighl 

ficht ulih Ihr may<»r." 

Klm»r Mi Kwen H^id .<«nfne 
time aeo he would withdraw aa 
a randidate if a Mronper randl- 
dale appeared Af»er Mr Mr- 
E'wen Mid Friday he wntiid de- 
finnel\ run. Mi Sruirah de- 
nded noi In ronienr the ma\or- 
ally. 

*'lf lherf> are more Ilian two 
('•ndldaie* wMh a I'harn'e nf 

winnlna. re-el«^'tlnn of Ihe 
ma.wtr U a<«sMrred,'‘ he ikajd. 

A deB .M<-Philllp*. rily law- 
\er and nme provincial lanril* 
dale of Ihe Proi;ressive‘('nn'*er* 
vailve parly, wav appointed yea- 
lerday aa chairman of the Me- 
Kwen rampaicn committee. 


DKKKAT 

"The likelihind ihal thta 
re-wiluimn will be defraled." he 
Mid. "Thone lellow* are expelled 
and (hai n it " 

John Aubry, buAinr\x ACen> of 
the joini •ounnl. Retail Km- 
ployee*’ Union iAi’’L-TLCi agreed 
ibe irantirtKin would be re 
conatrtered at the merger meeting 
nexi spring 

"la mv mind Ibere i« M>me 
doubt a* to Ibe latkdlly of the 
motion." Mid. "Il't a xery 
good ohjeet le««on, pointing out 
to (be de legato* to nny rnnxf ■ 
tw»n that the buBiae^s of Ihe ron 
(enlloa lo never finished until 
the meeting ndjcHirns." 

Karly Friday, TL'C president 
I James Barton ruled lliai a move 
for a ronsljtulional amendment 
allowing aftiliaimn of all uniom 
regardless of beliefs ot officers or 
memhen was out of order because 
)l was contrary In parent TLC 
polH'y 

Jl HT FOK KR< OKH 

H# aci-wpled the lastmimile 
resolution, from the Purt Al- 
bemi Painters’ t’ntnn. hei aun# 
.it requested that the conven- 
I tlon only go on record aa favor- 
ing the move. 

>1r. Aubry pointed out that 
both national labor groui*« 
will have In nettle ihe nMtter. 
no It *'rertalnly couldn't be 
denerlbed no a left-wing vie* 
lory." 

However, some TLC membera 
said they had "lost all sym- 
pathy" with the eongresa for Its 
handling of the resolution. 

Others aaid they expected the 
re.solution would certainty stir 


Victoria 
Ready 
To Protest 


Bohf? Zarry is not turning: that viola 


in the Royal theatre this afternoon and 
tomorrow night. Program is by Mozart, 
Sibelius and D\orak. and tickets for 
the second concert will l>e sold at 
taton's until 5 p.m, tomorrow. 


into a mandolin: he's simply tuning it 
up for his wife. Brenda Both are in 
the viola section of the V'ictona Sym- 
phony Orchestra, which open.s Ha 
1955-56 sea.son with a pair of concert.^ 


Victons huHines.smen and city 
rnuncil can he expected to make 
.strong protests against curtail 
menl of t’PR steamer ser\'i«-f 
nut of this port, hut only after 
reflijction ot servu'e tx an 
nounixyl 

William MaoBun, ( PR vtre- 
president. luild In Vancouver 
Friday that rat«w may he In 
rreased and servb'e ruriwlled 
In Ihe wake of a selllenieni 
with the SenfarerH* tntemn- 
tlnnal I nion, granting wage 
Increwses and other ronctHv- 
slims to searuen. 

"I don't see how ihry can 
p<>K>,th|y cut Victoria Van«TUvej 
service." said Aid. Arthur 
Dowell, chairman of the ciiy 
puhllr works ..immitlee "The 
one I think the% have in 
mind b. the trip io Searile 
which they have always said 
doesn't pay at this time of Uie 
year" 

PROTK.ST SFFV 
If fiew cuts are propoj»ed. city 
counrll "would be Justified In 
making a protest. ' he said. ^ 

"Apparently the t l*K 
doesn't Intend to take the 
sour wllli the sweet,’ Aid. 
fbmell said. "All they want 
Is the crfwni In the summer- 
lltne." 

The ( ’hamber of ('ommerci' 
'naiiiralty wolild dn evervihlnf 
in It-, p/^'wer" tf service i-* csir 
-lid prcsidrnl i', F 
Vie sincerely hope the 
will hr :;nh that Ihe 
can continue ?n pro- 
■kd service at a reason 


Around Tmm 


Blind bowjers Including, from Wt. William Rintoul, 
Charles Smale and Harriet Graham are ju.st a.s com- 
petitive during their Saturday sessions a Gibsons 
Bowladrome as anyone el.se trying to knock down 
the plas. In the annual t'ompetition for cash prizes 
last year. Mr. Rintoul rolled up a high three-game 
livet'in score of 539, and Bernard Dight slammed a 
high single of 237. Classes are arranged by Canadian 
Institute for Ihe Blind, a Red Feather agency. 


Plenty of Activities 


Time Is Too Short I Passing 
For Busy Blind Folk 


Donations are needed for the next .surplus food stall 
to be held Saturday in the Market building. 

Vegetables of all kinds and fruit are particularly 
welcome, said the co-ordinator. Mrs. K. E. Harper, last 
night. 

Out^kle the city donadonx 
may he left at McMnrran'i 
Pavilion. Cordova bay , . Gra- 
ham'* atore. Clk lake, or Me- 
NuM’t on Wilkinson. 

('My rinnnra should tele- 
phone Mrs Harper al 3{iR74 


Therr were IM hours o# 
aunahlne during the month. 
IS Hours less Him normal. 

Rainy day« numbered six, 
two below normal, with tAft 
Inrhe* of predpltatlon. 


like it or not. but the c 
these days. 

In fact, the man and women 
who take part in »be recreation 
program of the Canadian Na 
Mnnal ln«iMute for the Blind, 
c entred arnimd hendquarier.-* at 
U509 BiansManI, haven’t time 
to take part m all the acilvliieR. 

OldeNt of Ihfwr a4*tlv1tlea, 
which are largely financed by 
donations to the Community 
Cluwt. I* the wrekly indoor 
rixepln liowling, witore parti- 
H|tani« need only a guide 
rail to chalk up gfMid M-ore*. 
Mrs.-Bei(y tiarnol. llZt t ale, 
dnnla, who Is vlghled. keep* , 
thfrse acore*. I 

Boih men and women trek | 
Victoria CTy.«tal Garden weekly ' 

In Ihe summer for lawn bowl- 1 
Ing where nffictals of the Lawm 
Bowling Aseoctation use their! 
voices to guide Ihe contesiania. 

VA’hMe Cane Cluh U another 
wi-ekly affair, which has Invited 
speskery to discus-* such topic's 
a» travel and whaling. Once a 
month Ted Turner prementa an 
Kmpire infnnnsiion lecture. 
TARK I P ftKBATK 
r>NIB men bench'd together i 
laEi year in take up puhllr 
• peaking, end debate* have re 
volved around credit buying. 
*^t*ie Insurance and "grand- 
mo‘her vers{i= grsnridaiighier.'' 

A rto/en blind i‘er«ons come 
m eiery .Mnndsv to play rrlb 


REV. T. a LAUNDY 


bage. Several are thinking s 

I about taking up chess thl.H year ■ V 

these two arllvIUe*. aa 

Indoor bowling, there am ^ ^ 

competHions with blind per- 
j anns VanctMiver and elae- 
In Csnsda. 

summer outing .Sunshine 

('amp SooHf. and a new class | 
on ceramh's is being organtred.' 

Dsm-ing Is very popular, sstd 

lary, because "some of the blind 

people who danced fell they >'orm Ifsrriwtn and his 
probably would never be sble moiherin-law Air*, f.mlly Hun- 
to do anything like that again” (er chatting with customers in 
They like waM/es and polkAs hi* Doncaster Food Market at 
best -1400 redsr Hill road, whtle his 

"The Idea Is to get blind fbd, was out having her 

people to feel they are «spahle hair done. <Norm has been run- 
of doing all of iljese thing*. '' ning the afore for two years and 
Miss DeskIn aald 'Then they I* a former resident of .Sa.sks- 
enter Into the normal life of t'ein lie an«l Dm have two rl\lt- 
the community.'' nren. fbmna. Tv and B*»hby. 3’*. 


To Mark Birthday 


The Canadian CUi/enship 
Council of Greater Victoria 
will meet at Spencerhouse. 
19M Cook, at K pm. Wed 
nesday. Offlclaii.^ Ia«i night 
urged repreaentatlvrs of In- 
Irre.sied organizations to at 
tend. 


The mean temperature In 
Victoria for Septemlier wa* 
fi7 degrew* — Just 0.1 below 
normal. Hottest day was Sept. 
A with 79-k degrees, hut on 
Ihe list VlcUuiani shivered 
at 43.7 degree*. 


Sewace Bottleneck Denied 


A rii.stinjjuishpd-looking Ecnlleman will break n five- ounn 
>par period of refirptnent for one day today when ho traffic 
a.«rist.s in the morninR senicp at the Church of Our Loi-d. -omp* 

The occa.slon la the 90th birth- 
day of the church’s rector emrr 
ilus Rev 

whnfve rewarding life is reflected 
in hi> stature and kindly feat- 
lures the appearance of a man 
20 years his Juni^ 

' A traveller of many walk* 
of llfr, .Mr. lAundy entered 
I the srrvhe of the church at 
' an age wlien most iiten wel- 
' come rrlirrmenl. 

Born In Kiou Terraie. Lon- 
dun. England, he was educated 
at Kings fnllege school. After 
pa.ssing the Inv-orixirated Law 
.*4«»clet>'«» preliminary legal es 
aminatlnn he was arti< led to hic 
father. Rii'hard l.aundy. 

,( AMK AS HANKER 

Shortly after he jnined hia 
father, the elder Mr. Laundy 
died. Thomaa then Joined the 
Bank of British Columbia, ar 
living in Victoria In 1W9 lie 
spent nne year with the bank In 
.San Franri.sryi and returned to 
Victoria tn iWf to marry hi* 
wife. Kllen. who died three years 
ago 

>lr. I,aundy rontlnued In 

I fie service of Ihe bank after 
It was smalgamated with the 
t snsdian Bank of rnmmerce. 

Ue was rlearlng house mana- 
ger In Vk'torU for ZR years, re- 
tiring from the hank In 1923, 
and from the clearing htnise 

I I year* later. 

Ar the time he left the hank. 

Mr. I.«aundy was a lay reader m 
the church He heesme a deacon 
and was later ordained In the 
mlnl.s«r\ of the Free Church of 
England hv Rt Rev, Frank V 
Cloak, at that time presiding 


Inadp<iualp spwagp facilltlps are not holding up any 
pon«5trurlion in Victoria. Aid. Arthur Dowell, chairman 
of the city public work.x (ximmitlee. .said yesterday. 

He was commenting on the 
claim of J. McFarlane, 
new’ manager of the Victoria 
branch of Central Mongage 
and Housing Corporation, 
that Ihe main problem tn 
Greater Victoria Is Installa- 
llOM of a modern *ewage sj*. 
tom 

Mr. McFarlane aald lack of 
an Bih*((tiate sewage system 
was holding back ninslrue- 
lion of homes and proper de- 
velopment and espan'-inn of 
ilie area [.jind ^iiitahle for 
housing Is not being used be- 
(Au«e ••eptic lank-s lannot be 
ln«ialled. 

‘Thai applies more in the 
outlying di«tncis. hut •'4aan 
i‘'h for nne U doing some- 
thing about It. Aid. Dowell 
•aid. 

He conceded that roncentra- 
tinna of rw'k are frequent and 
extentinn nf the .sewage *y*- 


hkshop of the Reformed Eplsco- ;,hle pi 
Thomas H, Laundy. P"l Church of America. 

He was appointed an aMlstanl . 

In the dKwese here owing to Ihe 
Illness of Rev A dcB. CMven of 
the Church of Our Lord. He 
finally assumed full charge of 
the church between I94k and 
ISCiO. He retired on the apponi- 
ment of Rev Dr J. G. Bniwn 
Re«-ouniing the years. Mr. 

Laundy said il is the "will of 
(^k 1 that 1 .should live so long 
Me* been very giwd to me It 
has nothing to do W'lth m>'-eif ' 

His family, <»ne daughter 
and four boys, I* srallered 
between here and Terreiu-e 
Ray. Ont. He says they "aver 
age two rhildren each nf 
their own. He al*o haa a 
great grandchild. 

Although hia *ight won t al- 
low reading any more, Mr. 

Laundv ha* fnr many yaara 
been writing historical skelrhes 
of Victoria In the early years 
of his arrival. 


tern In higher levels i* diffi- 
cult, but added; "I don't know 
of any building being held up 
bei'ause of sewage problem.^ " 


11. (i. K. .Mew*, mayor of 
Ht. John's, Newfoundland, 
will apeak on "Newfoundland 
-Old and New" al the OeL 11 
luncheon meHing of the t'ana- 
dian Cluh «»f Victoria in the 
l-:mpre«a Hotel 

Air. .Alew* la Newfoundland 
manager id the North Ami-rl- 
ran Ufe Assurance Co. 

He I* a former leader of Ihe 
provinrial Conservative party 
in Newfonndland. 


Deputy Minister 
Plans .Address 


Garden 

Show 

Success 


IVputy minister of fiahenes 
G. J Alexander will address a 
general meeting of the Bc 
Retired Civil Servant* at 2 .10 
p.m . Oct fi at A32 View 
Mr Alexander will disni's 
the fishing Industry and show a 
film 


All former residents of 
Greater Toronto wiM be wel- 
comed fi 1.S pm Wednesday 
In Ihe Orange Hall. 725 
Courtney. h> Tornnin Social 
Group, There will he games 
and refreshments. 


Animal Lover To Match 
Half Shelter Objective 


Sn-relary of the 


organi/a 

tmn, E M Renouf. ksiH the 
judges were often in dtffuuiiv 
determining which entries were 
best 

Highlight nf the 
presentation nf awards to win- 
ners of the eighth annual jun 
lor garden conlesu Vincent 

Knight receiv«*d the cup and 

first pri/e for the bc*t Junior provide a healer for the jpoM* who have aa*ist«^' iis Tl 

garden. Iwtrry 'smith, 'second, shelter, a donor, who wlahe* to ready, and appeal to other* aiae 

and Diane Crchlaon. third remain anohvmnu* will con to help." he aald 

TTiere were 19 entries In the Irtbule the balance The new addition to the 

garden conte*i, sponsored hy So far the sooety has re SPCA will cover the area 

the (jordon Head Parenl-Tearh ceived $IIT7 tn responsr to tta whera pets are exerrtaed while 

ers Association and the Vic appeal watting foe new maaien to 

forfa Horticultural Society. SPCA Inspector Toward Hay adopt them 


New Entlin.siasm Freed 


Foresters’ Guest 


If the Society for Ihe pre ward, said last night "If we 
event was veniion of Cruelty to Animalii collect an addllioruil $2fJ0 
can aucceed in raising half of reach^ the half 

the money needed to construct ^ eligible for 

a roof over if* exemae pen* .■ 


Herbert Brown, installed a.a president of the Gyro 
Club of Victoria at the Empress hotel Friday night, said 
he felt the club’s enthuaia.sm for it.s Cadboro bay play- 
ground project had waned slightly. 

"I feel that If we are going 
to ask the piihllc to help us 
further we muai make a big 
effort io maintain our en- 
thusiasm." he said 
"I hope ihal the end of the 
roming year wtU »ee some- 
thing there lhai we can really 
be proud of. " he added 
Mr. Brown said that the 


past >ear had been one of 
Cvm’a finest, and credit must 
go to retiring president James 
((iaasford. 

Other offtrers Installed 
Included Bart Carson, vice^ 
president; William Hudson, 
secretary and David Burr, 
treasurer 


600 IF est Coast Fishermen 


Ask B.C. Mariners^ Help 


Hperlal apewkef al Tue*- 
day'a meeting of Ibe Victoria 
Hortlcultunl BocAeiy will be 
W. B. 'Turner, winner of Uie 
tn4«j aggregale pointa In Hie 
•aaoclatlon'a fall «bow. 

Mr. Turner win explain Ihe 
method* of handling «tobti>« 
begnnlna and Mirhaehnaa 
dniale*. The meeting will ba 
•I 7J9 In the cHy halL 


LOU F. PROB.<?T 

Supreme chief ranger of Tha 
Independent Order of Foreatera. 
Lou E Prohst, will be one of 
the guests at the order's In- 
temationat Night at Victoria 
• urltng rink .Saturday. Other 
guests wjn Include Harold Pln- 
''hln. hlg^ chief ranger of the 
HC high court, and J Carslyle 
and Virgil Boulke. high chief 
langer* for WaatUngion and 
Oregon More than ROO (orcetera 
will be at the martlnf. 


More than 600 west coast fisher- 
men have ifgned a petition calling 
for I Canadian coatl guard aervtce. 
Victoria and island fishermen, sea- 
men and yachtsmen are being asked 
to support the campaign 

More names are being added 
dalh i.opie* of the petition have 
been received hy Taland Vug and 
Barge Co and Royal Victoria Yacht 
Club, 'The yacht club, aympaiheue 


in the past to formation of a coast 
guard, will .smslder the petition at 
Its meeting TTturaday 

The petition was launched at 
Tofino after the tragic diaappearance 
.luly 50, of Ihe aatmon troller Maldie 
H. W'lth two men aboard Ian C 
Marl^eod of Tofino and Kenneth 
Wilson of Vancouver If hat the 
harking of Ccluelet and Tofino 
chamber* of commerre 

Headings havt bees dlatributed 


to every fishing settlement on the 
west mast of Vancouver Island, the 
(^e»m Charlotte* and Prince Rupert, 
and in fishermen • as.snrtatinns. tug- 
boat snd shipping com|tanle* 

.Si'veral thousand name* are ex 
prcteri ’^hen the form* are returned 
After being carefully che< ked. 
the petitlnn will be forwarded to 
George C Marler. federal minister 
of fran*pnrt Copies w||| aiw> 

^nf to Dsherle* Minister James 
binclair and to all Island ML 


Figures pubilahed hy the depart- 
ment of flaherie* at CKtawa dlacloae 
that 7.000 veaaela of all sizet are 
engaged In fishing off the BC. coast. 
These have a total value of $45,000- 
onn and gear valued at another 
$7,000,000 ‘This la exduaive of the 
value of plants ashore 

Sponaon of the petitlnn seek 
protection for lives and Investment. 
They want tn eliminate Canadian 
dependence on tha Unltad SutM 
Coast Guard. 


Monday. Oct. t 

Noon Oyrro Club, 9>npre*s 
hotel. Janrea McKeachle will 
•hnw M AF film. 


Victoria Aged Pensioners' 
As-soclation will meet si 2 
pm. Tuesday in the Britannia 
hall. Blanahard street. 
Membership cards sre re- 
quired. 


g.99 Oversea* Nursing Hts 
tera. Branch 132. ( anadlan 
l,ecton, regular meeting si 
the h i fi i «r Mra. W. N. 
Thomaa. $U Uadan. 





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Reception Held 
At ^Kildaire’ 


ELEGANTLY 

SUIT-ED 

Bv Scurrahs 


'fttuih n 0 


day on her icctinl hAnl bicyrl< 


fall' Seo our do^‘ selection of 
worsteds and Iweed5. uith 
the style fines n( tall '&5. 


■Tiefore 1 d got used to driving nn 
ttje »Tong side of Uie street 
‘TTus big car came round the 
romer aixkk'nly and I went off 
balance WTwn I pH'ked myself up. 
the car stopped and I was lookir« 
at the Queen and her husbaiMl ' 
Tf»ey Iwikrd back. T^eir chauf 
four asked tf Joyce all right 
and both parties dru\e on 
That probably st;irks up a« the 
highlight of Miss McKay * life in 
London. 

She’s one of two Canadian ro- 
e<U who parlayed the universiiy 
r«‘MTve training plan into a sum- 
mer In Kuropc 

The plan i» for Carutdian uni- 
versity students and alms to en- 
able them to combine service in 


To Atterul ('onfereurp 

Mrs. P. R Rcurcah, Immediate past president of the supreme 
chapter. PEX). left the city last week (or Indianapnii.s. ind . to 
attend the prr<onvcntion gathering of the PtlO steterhuod. Mis 
Harel Hodson.-B.C. president, has also left by air for tlie con 
ventlon which will be held at the Scottish Riie Temple. Indian 
apoUs. from Oct. 3 to OM 6 Three representative* n( local chap 
ters. Mrs. E. K Peden. Mrs. Ft. T Kipling and Mrs C B Peter- 
son. are travelling east on the “Canadian" with a group o/ past 
presidents of provincial chapter from Vancouver • 


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Among Vancouverites heie to attend the wedding of Miss 
Betty Gal! and Mr. Robert Lew- Hannay in St. Luke’s church. 
Saturday afternoon, were Mr. and Mrs. John Galt Wilson. Mr. 
and Mrs. T. A. Fraser. Mi.siw* Audrey Dunlop, Muriel Kerr. 
Marianne Hauppner, Barbara Percy and Vlrturla 5Ullw. ^J.to 
from out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs Jame* McMastcr. Duncan, 
and Mr.»and Mrs. Geoffrey L. floWwin. St. Catharint's, Ont. 


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Here for the wedding Friday evening >>t M-.— Joy Bag»hau 
and Mr. Ronald Frank Broughton were Mr. and Mrs. William 
T. Slater and daughter Daphne. Mr. and Mrs R M Bagshaw and 
family. Mrs. Jones and Mr*. A. Anderson, all of Vancouver and 
Mr. and Mrs. Cynl Bums of Courtenay 


Lieut. Cmdr. D M. Waters. RCN, wiih 
Mrs. Waters and three <ions. John, agod 
five, left; Peter, aged seven, and Tim- 
othy, six. are iravinc Virtori? today 
cn route to Quebec from where they 
will sail on Oct. 9 for t^ngland. Cmdr. 


Waters has been posted to HMCS NIobe 
in Ivondon. The family is pictured at 
the home of Mrs. Waters’ parents. Mr. 
and Mrs. Peter Barr, on Rockland 
avenue. 


.>l/f/i rt.ttinfi Anturprutry 
Mt and Mr» Ales Johr»tcm, wh« in» relehf^ung their '-;ih 
wedding anniversary thl* week, were at home to their friend* 
nn .‘Saturday. Oct fl. from 2 30 tn .S pm. and from ft tn lO pm, 
a! their home. 630 Slmcoe street. 


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Philip John were the names bestowed on the three-month-old 
.son of Pie. and Mm, Archibald Nelson. MarrhanU road. Brent 
wood, at a baptismal service held recently m St. Barbara's chapel. 
Work Point barracks, with Capt. K W McQuairle officiating 
The baby, who wore an heirl«»»kfn gown *d Maltese lace and 
muslin which had been in hi* mother’s lamily for over a «'entury. 
had as godparenta Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Temple and Mr. J^hn 
Nelson of Victoria. Following the ceremony a small reception 
was held at the home of the baby* paternal grandmother. Mrs. 
L. V. Nelion, 1U7 Bay street. Those attending included the 
haby'a great-grandaunt. Miss A. I.. V' Cunningham; Mr. and 
Mrs. H. R. Parker. Mrs. R. Lawlor. Mr*. P Narroway and Mr*. 
J. Nelson. 


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Mr. and Mrs. Koith Dorman, "Kildairc." 
.VKX) Uplands road, announce Ihc on- 
RaRrmcnl of their daiighter. Diana 
Goldie, to Mr, (Jordon F3H.< Iicr£jev1n, 
son of Mr and Mrs. Clarence C. Borce- 
vln. Walla, Walla, Wash. The weddlnff 
will take place In St. Luke’s AnKlican 
church, victoria, on Nov. 2fS at K p.m. 
u1th Rev. Canon Frederic Pike offieiaf- 
ing. Miss Dorman ha.s named Miss 
Gloria Cnldwoll. Yakima, Wash , an 
maid of honor; and aa bridesmaid.s. 
Miss Anne Kingsl)cry, Stmttle, and 
Misses Barltara Hedenger and Mar- 


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garet Ramsay of Portland. Ore. Her 
younger sister, Shelley Dorman, will he 
flower Kirl. The groom-cicci will have 
his brother. Mr. Duane Herfeevin, a^s 
best man. and iLshering will bo two 
other brothers, Mr. Wade Bergevin and 
Mr. Koith R'rgcvin, and hi.s cousias, 
Mr. Ru.s.scll Pergevin and Mr. Claro 
Bergevin. The brido-eleil attended 
Whitman College in Walla Walla, whore 
she was affiliatoti with Alpha Phi 
sorority, while Mr, Bergevin. nn 
alumnus of Washington State College, 
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Diamond VTpdding 

More than 100 guests gathered recently at the Quadra street 
home of Mr. and Mr* Albert Stevens to congratulate them on 
the occasion of their diamond wedding anniver*.iry A telegram 
uas received hy the muple fram Her M.x|e*iy the Queen and a 
imer from Hon IxuiU Si l^iurent Mmy gifts, flower* and 
fruit were aUo received A three tier wedding cake centred the 
table from which refreshments were served 


LAnV.SMITH TTie affeinonn 
hranch of the WA to St .John’s 
Angliron I'hiirrh I*; *p«*rv*orlng 
a bs/aar io the church hall 
Thur*dav. <Vi 27. at 7 pm. 
which will he a co-operative ef 
Jori on the part of ail organlza 
tlons of the church Kvening 
branch, ladies’ guild and the 
juniors will have stall* 

Mr*. W. M Mcl.,aren I* gen 
rral convener. Mr*. W H. Palm 
rrly. lea ■.m\ener, and Mrs. C 
1. Tilley ha* charge of home 
cnoking, assisted hy Mr* J. K 
Flinton and Mrs R K. Nimmo 
Miss Isabelle Hunt will tend the 
grab box stall. Others will a.s*lsi 
with the fishpond and the white 
elephant booth. ^ 

Mrs. W. E. Wright will have 
charge of church calendar sates 
Iht* year Mm. J. S. Wyrkoff 
will assist with the Little Help 
era l.,eague 

Mr*. R. S. Lewis wa* wel- 
comed into membership. 


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Victoria squash rackets club has a number of new 
members this year as the game grows in popularity. Dr, 
Kemble Greenu’ood president of the club, says there is 
still plenty of room for new members and that the member- 
ship of 50 at present could easily be doubled. Other cities 
have thriving clubs with many young members and Dr. 
Greenwood feels that once the game really "eatches on” 
here the younger group will l>e more intercste<1. 


Today sees the wind-up of a three-day tournament 
with the Seattle squash rackets club team being played on 
the Royal Canadian Na\y courts for the Howsey-Borgen- 
dale cup. The Pacific Coast championships of 1956 are 
slated to be placed here. 


of fhr club pirturiHl. from left to riRh!. Frank Mont- 
fort, Dr. Brodie Cupples, Bridget Okell, Marjorie Stephenson, 


Lavinia Greenwood. Dr. Kemble Greenwood. Arthur Campbell 


Ron Grant, and Arch Slephen.son. 


Miss Pam Birley and Bert Curtis are keen enlhu>iia.sls of the game. 


BY DOROTHY WHOTNOWSKT. SOHAL EDITOR 


Frank Montfort and Marjorie Stephenson take time out to watch 
from the balcony above the courts. 


coLO.visT PHorros by jim ryan 


monlon 


ata 


nne 


Giving 


ome 


eremon 


Si. Lukei rhurrh der«. 
r»ted for i h • h » r v k t 
f^<.Uval a level}, 

tlng Uki #v#nlng for rhe 
wedding of \>rn» \\lnnl 
fred. dsuehter of Mr end 
Mr« r>nr(re R Hr«m. end 
Mr rv>nn)d r;«>uld GileA «on 
of Mr. end Mrs Svdt*ov R 
Giles Rev. Canon F Plk#' 
porformed the dnubir onf 
ceremony and Mies I 
Jenner, aunt of the hride 
sang "Brrauee** during the 
signing of the reglMer 
The bride, given in mam- 
sge bv her father, wore a 
beautiful gown of nylon 
ttille and chantiliy lat-e o\er 
taffeta, the tiered aklrt trim 
med with wide bands of 
scalloped :are and the Un> 
bndlee ruffed with scsiloped 
iM* end topped with « 


net and brocade oxer xatm 
with matching Jarket and 
her bouquet xxae nf mauxe 
chr>-aamhemums The IIMie 
flower girl wore a «horl 
dree* of blue emhniaeri 
nvlon over white and earned 
a ba*i(et nf p;,}^ yellow 

bfbe Chrysanthemums 

Mr Rolann Prinec was 
he«.| man and M* Rniee 
GIleA brother of the gmom. 
and Mr .la* k Turner, 
showed the guests In the 
pew's 

f. 4 Uigheeds hanquer hall 
wa< *«>tling for the 

reiepiton where the bride's 
table ua« ivntred with a 
threeiiered rake decorated 
bv MIm Jenner A silver 
'•«e nf pale pmk rose* top 
ped the take whirh wa* «at 
In pink tulle flanked bv 
white candles in ailxwr 


holders, (.saving later for 
Kdmnnton hx motor, Mr«. 
Glle* wore a navy blue fit 
led suit, navy veJxet hat. 
pmk tnprv,at and matching 

ac«-o*snrtpj 

On their return Ihev will 
revirir ar Keltham mad 

Out of town gue^u in- 
•dll. led Mr and Miw E 
Morgan .Mr and Mrw J. 
Turner and Mtase* Audrey 
and Lauretta Jealnti«e. Van 
rnuver; Mr and Mr« K. 
plant M<^r«pshoe Ray. Rf, 
Mr and Mrs B Gllcx. 
.'ieaille. Mr. and Mr* J 
Cainn, Olvmpia Wa*h : 
Mi 7 < II Row-era, Mr* p 
Darlington and Mia* 
Maureen Darlington VA- 
monlon Aita Mrs T « >r 
and Mi«t Tern Lynn C>t, 
Penticton. 


Barbara Anne Croat made 
a pretty bride m her baJ- 
lerlna-IengtV wedding gown 
of white larA* nxer taffeta 
a« ahe waa united in marri 
age with Mr Rnnald Vernen 
.Shea, son of Mr and Mr* 
Herbert B Shea la.vt even- 
ing. The ceremony xvas per- 
formed by Rev Douglas R. 
Carr ql the home of the 
hride'A parents. Mr and 
Mrs Robert W Cross, 73R 
i»elkirk axenue. Standard 
ba*keu filled wiih gold and 
h ( f e fhr.vMmhemums 
formed the harkground for 
the bridal patty and tradi- 


tional music was played by 
Mr Olixer R Stout. 

Mr Cross gave his daugh- 
ter in marriage Her gown 
»»« >^iyled with full circular 
skirt, the bodice featuring 
rhine««(»ite studded daisies 
Her lace jacket with long 
Illy fiomi sleexos wa.s taffeta 
lined and her matching 
httdal cap held her wai«^i 
length veil, both being ortia 
men ted with rhine*tnoe 
stiidded lace daisies. A 
ta.uquef nf festherwd white 
chrvaaftihemums fomplefed 
her costume 

Miss Marx Lou Gross «** 
brideamaid for her aiater 


and chose a champagne 
toned nylon net frock oxer 
!affet*.»wHh full ballerina 
length skirt and metallic 
gold flowers np the hodicw 
Hot Jacket and rp|M« were 
of mairhing rtet and her 
headdress was encrusted 
w 1 1 ti chamftagne xelvei 
fjowera Golcten chrysamhe 
tTTUms forme*} her bc*uque* 

Mr 'd-»rdon H Shea '* 4 . 
best man for Mx broiher. 

Mr J tJ, .Saul, uncles of 
ibe bfifle proposed the t..a*t 
at the re*-eption following 
A white lace rlnih coxered 
the bride's Ubie which waa 


iwntred with a threeiiered 
cake flanked b\ white chry- 
santhemums In cry sit I 
•want and w*h|ie candles in 
erxstaJ h'.ldcr*. 

For a motor trip on the 
mainland the bride donned a 
beige wffbl worsted suit, 
daik broxsn a*iev*orH‘s and 
pheasani feather hat. 
Bron/e t hrytanihemums 
wcie pinned in her Mirimp 
lone J •<* S'. It 

Mr and Mrs Shea wiU 
made their home a( .**uHe 4 , 
JOlf PakingUm sirewt. 

Mr arvj Mrs Alex Crouch 
came from Campbell River 
for the xsredding 


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Montaftue 

W BRIDGMAN 


(Culonial 


Nptrlyii'eds on Trip to Groom's Home 


irrif 


urrr pUir«.l on Ihi* aliftr «nrl m Mr Robert >' Mii-aren. ax beM 
the rhani'el rail for tlie double- nian. 

ring ceremony performed by A wedding cake decorated In 
Rev Carwn S J. Wlcken* while while and silver and topped by 
the pewa to which the guests twin dove> bearini; silver rings 
were shown hy Mr. William^ was rut by the newlyweds at 
Naylor and Mr Kred White. “ 

were marked with white satin 

bowv A 

Kntering the church on the 

aim of her father to ihe shams I 

r>f the WMidinc march, played A ■ r 

by t'mdr K. Kairfull, the ■ I ^ 

bride was lovely in her halier ' W ^ 

‘na-length gown of white nylonj mmm a m 

net over satin. A lai-e boleroj 8 

with long hly-polni sleeves top- H ^ 
l>ed the mati-hing siraplevs' w 
IwKllce. A bonnet shaped head 
ritere of nykm net held her 


HARMLESS AND NON HABIT FORMING 
NO DRUGS USED 

PREPARED SPECIFICALLY FOR ■ 


Saturday morninc in SI. John’s church. 
Omaha, Nob.. Miss Joanc Catherine 
(iriffm, dailphler of Mr and Mrs. 
James L, Griffin. .'W15 Marry street, 
fimnha. exihanRcd wcrldinR promisi'S 
with Mr. Ir\in Klmcr Finical, .son of 
Mr and Mrs. Thomas N. Finical. 975 
tairfield road. V'ictona. Rev. A. Wil- 
wording officiated. FollowinK a lale 
afternoon reception at the Rirchwooti 
( hill. Omaha, the yoiinR couple left for 
(Vdorado Springs and laguna Beach 


on honeymoon. On their return they 
will make their home at 33.1 South 
Arizona way. Tuc.son. The hride at* 
tended Durhesne roHoge in Omaha, 
while Ihe groom, an affiliate of Phi 
Gamma Delta, attemied Syracuse I ni* 
versity and is a graduate of I'niversiiy 
of VN'a.shlngton. An nrchite<*t, he is 
as.sociated with the firm of Place and 
Place in Tticson. — (Photo of Miss Grif- 
fin by Lynn Sanders. 'Fucson.) 


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STYLISTS 

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EYEWEAR 


Betty Gatt^ R, L. Hannay 
Married at St. Luke's 


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Ai '»nc nt au*'tmn'> lovrlir^i A*. Ihc iimptr xigned the 
wedflings. whi< h t«H>k place Sat l.•'»lster iradiiional wedding 
ui'lay aflcrn»»/in in St Luke’a mu«ic and '< 'svatina” hy Raff 
church, Cedar Hill Ml.'vs Bertha were played. 

• Betty t Gall he<-afne Ihe hride Flowers In autumn tone* de- 
ni Mr. Robert l,ewlx Hannay | forated the reception rooms at 
She is the rtaughler of Mr and • Galrbrald” where the newly 
Mrs. John (.all. "tJairbraid.'* weds received wlth*!hetr par- 
aim I'eflar HIU road, while the Mrs. Gall rhoae a French 
groom la the »on of Mr. and broadcloth dress with matching 
Mrs. \V. n Hannay. Vic- velvet Jacket and hat and cor 

Iona avenue. ^age of lawny yellow roses 

The p»iiure<vqvie ihunli de while Mrs Hannay wa.s In a 
ror,iie<1 for the Harvest Fes smart black and while enaembie 
tival was an aiiracHye setting with rosebud corsage 
for the ceremony pet formed by Presiding at the tea table 
Rev. (*annn F'rederlc Pike be- i-enlred with an arrangement 
fore the altar graced with of while chrysanihemums and 
flowers given in memory of lighted by tail while tapers, 
the brides maternal grand were Mrs. R. S. 'Pwlning and 
iroiber Mrs. V'. L. KardIe>-Wilmot. The 

A gown of French shot laf ihree-tiered. all-white wedding 
feta In muted autumn shades cake centered the hnde's table, 
was worn hy Ihe bride given Mr. R S. Twining proposed the' 
In marriage by her father. The toa.st to the bride's happiness. 
Basque bodbe *tesigned with For an extended motor trip 
low neckline and elbowlength through the United State* and 
rru.shed sleeves was offset hy the Interior of British Columbia 
the wide waltz length skirt fea to Edmonton, the new Mrs. 
luring released pleats at the flannay donned a rose brown 
sides velvet ensemble, the Jacket 

Her small snfi hat wa.s of the (ntod at the waistline to a pep 
MJne material trimmed with lum from which fell the .soft 
champagne toned veil which contours of the flared skirt. A 
maiched her shoes. She carried matching hat. brown acces.sortes 
a perhHl bouquet of Johanna and a corsage of heather from 
Hill ro.ses ' the gardens of ■■Gairhraid ' com- 

Allending Ihe bride was her pleted her ensemble, 
only sister. Mrs C.eoHrey Goim|. October Mr 

win, attired In .spru.e green lUnnay will travel 

vrivel cut low at the neckline Lodge. Sask.. where 

and styled with a full, wall/ 

l-ngih skirt Her smalt hat of] 

French shot taffeta matched i 
the hride't gnwn and she car { 
ried a small cascade of Marcel j 
chrysanihemiima. 

Mr. Thomas A Fraser, Caul 1 rs 

field. West Vancouver, acted, liilPr" ^ 

a« groomsman and ushering j 
were Mr. John Galt Wilson. j 
Vancouver, and Mr, Cieoffreyj • 

L Goodwin. St. Catherine h., U H 

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resorting to narcotics.** 

. . the effecu are decisive but gentle. " 

“Abtoluiely no drowsy feeling after waking — as 
e.scelleni feature in my opinion.** 

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(Hubs, Smietics 

The WA to the Veferans’ llos 
ptt.vl will h)f)<l their ni'inihly 
meeting M'*ndav. Oct !l 


The regular meeting of tlie 
lf».lge will be held In the K of P 
hall. Tue-das. Ocl. t a» k p m 


Royal Roads Chapter. lOPF 
regulAr meeting will he held 
at headquai'iers. WedneMlay. 
Oct at k p m. 


-Softy" 
b'ack col/ 
htuf ralf 
b’-ionmod rolf 

]4S5 


McCALL DAVEY 

ive .fiial Received a 'vuppfy 

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-hfith" 
htnrk calf 
blue rof/ 
hcMi'uood ralf 


Coujrhinj; Fils and 
WheezinR 

This preparation lontalns a 
ctiemli-al made .smi vive<l bv 
Iniernfllional 1,-abnraiories Ltd, 
I.nn«ion. England, and as a con 
sequence their Tablet hav out 
sold . 1*1 other cough remedies In 
tircAf Britain for many years 
Rf:srATONE Is not for every- 
one Rv those people who have 
tried everything else and are 
willing to pay any price to get 
rid of the diacomfort of 
difficult breathing it has been 
rteMTibed a« a Godsend 
} RFJ'PATONK represent* not 
only a medicine hut a very *erl 
nut attempi tn give real help 
to those sulferlng* from this 
distiessing .-mplalnt. With 
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Diet Rook of very great help 
and containing recipe* which 
are highly appiodated by all 
ASTHMA auffeiers “ 

If you really w.int to tackle 
your cough In the moat kfgtcal 
way Get a supply of RESPA 
TONE todav from McTALI. 
DAVEY. DOCGI.AS AT PAN' 
DORA. VICTORIA. BC. •** 


^Judy- 
fctdfk cot/ 
perfer' hfoow ralf 
bi’wr rot/ 


•Tindy- 
b'ark tyed0 
'• tTvnnd talf 
bftylc fn tt $ 


"GarnfC 

binrk tueit* 


"Amating" 
black rclf 
bluf relf 
Scwirvood rat/ 
at/*'* to ii't 


*'.Vireriie** 

hinr/c awed* 
hfovi* 
ralf 

hlyc talf 

blocktaff 
fome colors 
to tr$ 


In Vsncotnttr and Victoria Only tf 


Jii^ledew’is 


• ObI) 7 of Ihe msny stj le sre showa 


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Vicloria Girl Visits Yugoslav Caves 
Where Tito Gi ves Dinners and Parlies 


fiallil CCdlmtlBt 


Th» afternoon branch of St. 
Saviours \VA will m«»t M*>n 
day. Oct 3. st 2 .V) p m. «t tha 
horn# of Mrt. G. White, -101 
Henry eireet. 


t.envp Salt Spring 


Mr and Mr*. E. Jim Wil«vn. formerly of •Sohmar," Salt 
Spring island, have moved to Viciorla and are now making their 
home In View Rn)a(. 


M(m rtrratl A*acki«r 

Mrt Ifaaara CrMbtian Tar^aaf 
«r(tt aka Irll far rafiaae Utl 
Mar la *U»a4 Uta Atfertata itaatr 
a< I Mltaa.hl*. ak*«> aiaalh al 
kaaiaaikar ta Taaatlatia. Ntoa 
naraikf VrdiUaaUi «*krt4f* * 1 - 
r«r|a> a*raai»anlaa ikt ta ftrl» la 
Ik* ( aauaaal. ika trip ra«l«a| »a*k 
flri t’a appraiiaiaial* Itaa mIm 
kailtr bat arluaa mb* pf h«f la- 
pr*«*laaa abtU la Tatatlafla 


koemod awfully Mild In 
Then after a tunnel there wi« 
another Im( rave where TiU» 
glve« klale dinners, h l« a 
Koreetiuk plaie with aide 
Imardk made of nwKi and 
lahlea of roi'k klaUa. M«ih( 
coat a lot to liHng in all the 
fiwMl IS milea underground 
and then pteik It, etrT 


Part* of the place* we have 
neen are very diriy and ihere 
L* much poverty. The children 
are sweet and follow us all over 
town giving us flowers, a* ihey 
want their pictures taken. 

Opilya Is had for mosqiiiin*— 
r have been bitum and hitien* 
and you must he rareful about 


Pro Patna ladies' auxUl^ry 
No. .31. Canadian l.egi/in BF.'l 
will meet m ihe cluhrooms. 625 
Courtney aireei. Tue.Miay. (Jet 
4. at 7 lo p m 


Special Clearance Sale 

SKIRTSliTd SWEATERS 


sharks when swimming. They 


I'.trkh to nie. If a bus driver 
h«H an aerldeni, he U Im 
niedbtlely killed— >prnnlo— no 
trial or anything. Kven If no 
one Is killed and the driver 
of the stale hiis Is fomid with 
any wine, he is also killeil. 

There don't aeem to Im* any 
privately owned ears at all. 
The stale owns merylhipg. 
In the whole of \itcoHlavla 
only five diH'lors are aUuwed 
to have their own rars. 


romer room with a haleony ''e vi«ite»l some famous 

'where I am silting wrIiiiiB'. ^noo.lviQ vears old and 

The^e area roupie-of mw boats miles long. Thej' had light 
and a sail boat to look at and train 

the aun is lust going down. To- "tiirh w’e went around In. 
day we rJimhed up to a castle 
which i* on the edge of a cliff 
and ha.s a good view of the 
whole munkrvslde. The ra^ile 
Itself isn't very spectacular, hui 
i* a tourist ' must " Forgot to 
say I went swimming before 
breakfast ratise it was so lovely. 

Tito has his summer house 
here a* we de* ided to go and 
have a lo«*k at It. There was 
a guard al the gate hut aa 
Ihere were mIs of us (and two 
were t'anadiana!) we harrii*d 
him Into letting iia <y>me In- 
side and look at the garden — 
really Juat to aay we had! He 
wouldn't let iiH go very far,, 
and as he had a gun we didn’t 
preaa the point hut I got a 
picture of the ho#se. 


l*p eaten up. The food is won 
derful. We get four cnuise* 
at every meal’ Steaks, chlcki’n. 
veal. iNo vegies There itni 
much to huy an.vway, not so 
far hut there may be at Du- 
brounik.' 

.'>F'l.IT - Arrived. persf>n.s. 
baggage, etc and ihi* morntng 
had a guide to ebow u* around 
because otherwise you, could 
walk for ages and^noutiee all 
ihe wtuiderful thing.s eg - Ihe 
Piocielian Palace ihuiU in .’VW' 
which t< hidden away behind 
'ome awful aparlment tmu.Hes 
All afiernnoM I speni on a 
sandy l»each Just outside the 
hotel mo sharks* ,snd found a 
rock 10 meters high to dive 
from. Tomorrow we go on an 
exi ursuin to a famous island 
— jijsi off Ihe c<»asi should be 


'HWF 


1010 Government St. 


for perfecdoa 


veui 


By MARION MATTHEWS 


H\.%K — We landed about 
A..10 — an hour on Ihe lliile 
boat, from XpHt and had a 
swim ev**» lM*fnre unpacking. 
While in Ihe water, t saw a 
sail boat go by and waved. I 
don't know If the man thought 
I was drowning hut he i-ame 
ba< k and iiaik me for an 
hour's sail. He was about A*S — 
with no teeth — lull a pet. 
Didn't speak Kngllsh but with 
his French and ^ ugnslaveand 
my French and Kngllsh we 


and her 

Fashion Show of Tableware 


New pafiems wonderful table soilinga. party 
Ulcfl*. comment j and advicp on enlcrtainlng. 

Pres4*nled by 

The Uumen.** CommiMee to the Art Ciallery 
Assisted by 

>lontague tlridgman l.ld. 


New Memlier 
Welcomed 


talked a Ua and must have 


8 p.m. — Tueiday, Oct. IMh 


CENTRAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 


Admission; 75e 

Tickets .Available Fr< 
Bridgman l.ld. and 


IMH)R PRI/FS 

Art liallery, >lnntague 
Kalon's — from Oct. 7. 


For the di*4 riminaiing buyer we hav« a 
fine leleftmn of smart new sweaier* ... in a 
good range nf color*, all popular style# Our 
rhoire includes new arrivals in earlusive Miraa 
•port* Knitwear from Haly. along with clasatc# and 
fanrie* by Biaemar. Pringle. Lyle and Scott and 
Ballaniyne*. 

Lamh\ IVottI Liimh'i H'oM 

Shoit Sleeve, from 8 30 Cardigani, from 10 00 

fy'f M>r%a 5por(] 

Cashmere, pom 16 50 Aodierar. pom 10-00 


live There’s Ihe mental note eac'h * 
time to wear them and not put 
it off until Die '•next lime" II 
‘ ” Daily care with hand lotion [l 
In between chores Is a wonder- ^ 

Ida ful help in keeping skin *m«vnth * 
and lovely. It is when akin 
reld trouble begin* 

cracks hold dirt 
1 ^' rough, grimy hard 
ale * Unprove with ihe drying I 
get conlinucit u«e 

she waier. exposure in* wind fhi 

the 

, be at hand soon, too! 

Your facial cold cream 

hn a while Is a nice treat, too. jatinns officer of the Provincial 
iur ** Government will almw films 

vid remainder of it both educational and comical 

. into hands. Remember, how- and all young people fnleresled 
130 *^'’**^ ‘**'’‘* dancing, muaic or speech 

fh* lovely handa for all arts are invited to attend. 


-• Tonk five hours Hhe next 

1 1 1 I II Q* ' *** Duhrov ark which 

I* a •■'•>' With a atone wall all 
^ -round It. Theie i* a liitlr more 

Al an exw'utive meeting of here and I have been 

little the Junior .Musical .Art Sorieiv C**'''ttg »ome Chn.stmax pre^ 
.ind hernme tield recently at the home of 

spots. These the presi.ieni. Mias Diana Tomorrow we are going In a 
.ivpsey, .12 Sylvan lane, final nearby village m .see evervone 
of arrangements wen* made, for dressed m their < native i Sun 
le f»pemng meeting of the day best roshime*. 

win v»*as»>n in ihe New’siead hall. — — — i 

Fort .street, on Oci. 8 at 230 | ~ , 

once p m. Mr. Bingham, public re I 


SHAVEMASTER 


ui&j miLSon 


No larger than a compact • • , V 

perfect for both legs and underormt 

Now, for *h* first time, to ekctric 
, ^ •havn evpectally d«*igncd toterv* 

I <9* ins' \ ihe (Mcdt of wonMtx ONLY tb« 

/ \ Lady Sunhnm has# thaving haskd 

^ svith ooe edge npecially grouod 

nd the other 


Coverrment Sifeef — Oppoidc Pott Offvo 3-7177 


Is it .Aome- 
body's 
Birthday? 
Phone 3-fi422 
and arrange 
to have a 
box of candy 
delivered. 

It ran he 
Gift wrapped 
:f you w i*h. 
Just a* ea*y 
as that. 


ID thav* ihe Icgv . . 

edge cfprcially ground for uivder* 
arm avr. Ic u mull— ^no larger 
than ■ compact. Endi muM arwl 
fun, nM'kv and cut* of soap and 
Made. I'he Lady Sunbeam’* geo* 
lie. turv preforrrwrtca give* you a 
oew easy way to k«ep neat, frrih 
and dainty. Vondertvl at boma* 
or for trsveUiog. 


BRGCLAR 


eeeee 

VENETIAN I 




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GROUND F1X>OB— BROAD AT JOHNSON ST. 
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.Monday Store Hour#: 
t a.m. to S pjTi. 

For Coiirteou* Servica 
Dial Milt 




Own an all eleel Yniingntowri K'itrhen* Si" Cabinet Sink . . , 
and tnjov Ih* higgtit caving* ever! 

Tbit heauliful Cahinel Sink !* complata wHh all th* famoti* 
^oiingelown Kit' bent fealurv* to make ymir work aaiiar, faster. 
Caak in on thii offer now. Se# iw today. 

Check theie fomoei feeterei 

a * w i i iw , *ot fseawa *»>■>** a aiu. ■6**u*siiMA. 

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Continued 

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MO.NDAY, 10 A..M. TO 10 P..M, 


Parmanants 


For n limited time you ren still havi 
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Caoiiot Coaknwai 

cmumbla Pr*r*nta 
CMvB'kia PrvianU 
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to Hii 8*rvira 
la Hii Barney 

Cbambvr Mnafa 

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Rrllfiaiji Pertok 
RtUttvua ‘•nek 


M M Bwday CofiMrt 
14 4.S I Sttoday Concert 


Rulo FlaB 

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bar » !••• Mra Pannr Dordoi, 
aaak tk y*ar». barn in SByiand. 
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rMtkant af Victoria far i-t« t>*at 
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BULLOaeiNO. fxV'AVATtNO .Nb 
road bdlldiar J. UcaMb Jr. ••«SSd 


World Muita 

l^rrvdl 

CritiraUy BpaaklD* 
Cr itirally a peakltid 

Word In Voor Ear 
Ward la Yoar Bar 
CUidlBD Keen* 
rxiiktftarf ‘{Men* 


Hrvi; Losbardo 
Guy Lambarda 
Li array* 
Llbrracd 


■rvt UuM* 

Bour of Moaid 
Raur of tfuaik 
Pro Pantball 


Tbaau* 

Th**tte 

YWeali* 

Tbraii* 


Wnnlvortb Ha«r 
WiMivortb Hour 
Waolaortb Hear 
WoulaarUi Hour 

PbU Normu 
Annday Berraada 
Sunday Brrranda 
Buadey Bbrenad* 


Cbii at UBlaa 
Baainaa r*rra«a 
Bill GrabkB 
Bill OrabdB 

Waofvartb Hoor 
WtfOlaortb Hour 
Waolaortb Hour 
Waalvortb Hour 


Uaaitar 

Uanller 

Rul* Plaa 

Mwaitor 


EVANS. COLEMAN & 
JOHNSON BROS. LTD. 

Par BaildaGay and Rbarel Rnrt 
aoa WMAHP 6T PHO NE S-IIS I 

Bail K( ATkItd' 

miMNniB HiikPLc eB rak'* 

bT'ur* i^antrti Fry* nuasn.*. 


k MONUMENTAL WORKS 


3 40 1 Woolwartb Rmr 
S IS I Woaivitrtb Hnur 
S M WoMvartn Hour 
I 46 1 Waa lvorth Hour 

4 Ml Oar Mm Rroaka 
4 IS ( Our Utit Break* 

4 M Ta M abnaubeed 
4 4S Ta b* announcad 


H *w4 HurmaB PrtBzIa 
Nfjrinafl Pi’inila A. ..a 
Kormao Prinfl* Alia* 
Norman Prir.fle Bh iv 

N**» Norman Pflng * 
Normaa Prttidia Bi.a* 
Riddia Eapar* 

Kiddie Kaorri 


Hava. WaaUtar 

CN o«i tn* Rfcord 
In f(»D;y 
Pf*ur nratteinrQ 

Wmnip*« Buadav 
Cunam 
Waiifiraa 
Buuiiav Conrrrl 

Sunday Charale 
B 'hdM (.'Ssnral* 

Tbr Raaton Why 
Tba. Baaa-> I wbr 


lloaltor 

Monitor 

Moffitor 

Uaiusar 


ftonday Aorynodt 
Sunday Rarrnad* 
Sunday Srttaad* 
Sunday Berroady 


MORTUdEB B U O S 0 U K N TAL 
Worke Ud . CIS Dattd Btreat Bit. 
im MenaBuBU. Barken, «irb- 
la^ broaM piagoeA marblA cnn> 
(t* aad alon* tor firapUc** baud' 
k'4431 


Our liiu Brook* 
Ovr Miaa Brooka 
Ma yeBMibf kl->>ical 
VideaRavne: Newt 


Kdcar Byrcta ehoa 
Edxar Brrcen (Witv 
■dear Rtrtyn W>e« 
kO|ar Brry rn IB'uv 

MutiiT Hall 
Miiuc HaU 
Nr«>ra*fl> 
Nrairoom 


IdoBliar 

Mnniior 

Himllar 

Moatinr 


CirORLET -OB Brptrmbar 31. IMA 
at FdBObtOB Aiu . PrtdrrUk 
CTivrity. adfd IS. Bumvad bv ana 
doicnur Mra. P Ik iDrttyk 
Bianop lb ViewrU. two frasdcbil* 
dirb i«« •uura. Mr* Ryaa Taa- 
tier BdBoaioa. aad SAra L. Bvaa 
of Cardiff. Walaa, tbraa bratbera, 
wtliiaB Cbarley af Santa SAooIca 
C at . Jamt* Cbertay of BOboos^ 
and Jodopb Cbarl^ af Wlnnwn 
Pubyrol from Hayward'a Cbaptl 
on Tucfday. Oeeabar 4. at t M p b. 
rrypiat.nS. (Ploweri iralafuUy do* 
r:myd Prirada may pay their r*- 
•pre'e •• Hayvard'i oa Monday 
avrainc and 7^r*day morninf i 


tat aaajtraanaa. aU. 

Btewakt mohumsntal wores 

Ud. IMS May BuaaL 4-StSl. 
CurbtBd* aad Borkrr* a apapUHip. 
Hl«bt obonaa ♦-Alil-S-U M. 

nCTORU MOHUlflXT USQTID 
“MeBonal* af DtatlpeUoe'* 

SMI DOUGLAS BT. MBM 


Eatiara Canada r*prya*Bt*U?a. 

W II, Adilin * Cd. 11 Twruatd 
BkrMi, Tar«at0. Oak 


Hev*: Hit Piroito 
Weaura Hit Parody 
W«iUrn Hit Parody 
Wtatrra Rit Parade 


Hr** Balireaa 
SfUr BalL*** Ballrm 

Pimtty Tb'atea 
Pamli y Theatra 

N*«t. Baa Baaa 

capital nty CMa. 
TbiaWaek 
Wntur WlaebaU 


Old Payluanad 
R**l*al flear 
Old Piahlonad 
Rrytrit Nbur 


Uaiutar 

SCenitor 

Sdavtiar 

Mooiinr 


CWIMNETY AVO PmtPlAt« 

Bvlli aad r*(.*iryd S last 


Replies to privBte box 
num^rs may only be 
obtalnei from the down- 
town office of Victoria 
Press Ltd. it 1215 Broad 
Street. 


Htva. Prcaenpuoa 
far Pionaura 
PreienpnoB far 

Piaaaura 


WaltaPyailral 
Ylcaatr Band Conearl 
4fm«i ttovnoMt 
RaUI I»ovub*at 


Newt Ho'k'T 

AU sinr Uokiiy 

AH Rrar Hot kry 
All Stnr Hactry 

AU Star Horary 

AU B’.ar H<xkcy 
Orgon Mu'tc 
OrcoA Mumc 


Pibber McOa* 
Oroat OtidvroiaVfB 
ABorlcoA PontB 
Amyriraa Porta 


Our Ml44 Broak* 
Our Mua Strooki 
Tao tor the ounty 
Too tor tb* B-io«p 


VARIETY WOOD 
PRODUCTS 
KITCHEN CABINETS 
COUNTERS 
STORE AND 
RESTAURANT 
FIXTURES 

ISS EINtiPTOT BTRkXT 
IBIS kretiuidi. J a«.| 


19 ANNOUl^CE-HENTS 


Neva: Martta 

Preddf Uenln 
Lawrai.M Wrlka 
La*r«M. W'tka 


Maattnr 


O*oa Aatrv 
Orna Autry 
Whlnirr 
Whl«U*r . 


ISLA.ND HALL HCFTtL 
Paiuvilt*. VT. BC 
Thi* camforUbla. aara hoyoitabia 
butaJ vuh III y4'*:ipf)l rium*' 
ou.k'd lUila la opyb r*ar round 
Lomi*d ri|bt on b«t b and ua 
b'*Ad Iftdnaoy u> town nf Park*- 
• Musra .laUnd 8 #bb. nub 

pr oM'lotit bdrb, aoma lb auitan 
l->**iy <pA» tor re«tftil bolidey. 
S' tl tfivie n**UnbU't<ya far Tbanka- 
•ivuic wtyk'end !• * j< ij Hif *'ar 
or oyek or lonrar ld*dl>? etiltyd 
tor ymaU robvtnilab*. aaic* meat- 
inyi conl<f«»>c«. rir with ai- 
>r*cu*a ibUrbyd meyini roan 
var ratyryaiuba or iblaranUon 
rhuna 4d or vrlif* Mr* Mery 
Butbtriaod Mr*. Buaen Alloood. 

no(i*rt'«*n*drt* 


CbffWtCWudB 

CBrMtCbvrob 

CBrWiCMnb 

ChrUt Ctmrrb CMB. 


Isiarna I cwiBort 
li.tarn* 1 COMyrt 
lni«rn* t Chrircrl 
Inlyrr.al ctiiu-eit 


Sdityb MllMr BAaw 
Mi-.rh Miller Bhi* 
hneab MIIMr Bbov 
Mltcb MiUar BbeV 


cot lit— At Bt Joaaph'a Ho«ylli1 nn 
rv*t*mb*r 99 liSS Jahn AlMrt 
t.auren* Cohn, aaed 7| r*at« 
Biirn In Jer<*T. Chaar.*l l•lnnk• 
*•>4 a r*MJtni of Vicntia t-r 
B*ny >«a». iat« rMrdcwty IStS 
Pandora A**euy 

Pmerai *«rtic(t *U1 b* b*id at 
tha Band* M .c-.jtrr Umifed 
M»ai»r<*l CSu»*l af Chiot** ' no 
Tueedar Oriac>*y 4. iSSk *l !• 
a'rlorK CBCdO 0*urc» 8i4dl* Will 
aftlaiai*. Ir'rrnicnt la tbe Roya' 
Oak But*ai r*tt. 


mvrrh Bai iIli 
P ublic Praoacular 
Public PraaaoHar 


Bpnrta Beat 
Tryniu'-y af Story 
T tanau ry of Btarf 

CeoMit Ttaao 
Conyart Tima 
concart TlOM 


OaWEB- Bna« ti» U*i *n4 Ollffl 
f*«or« tall o>*Ba*r.*)b Bt'cet'. 
Vitfor * BC "o B*p y»"o*T Jd 
I4M a daudDter. Wonky Lynn. 
1 'fM *■> Of* Thank* tM ur Ua * 
and aiaff 


Htva 

Manlooanl 

To ba Announced 
TW by Anaounred 


Tapyairy In U-uaiy 
Tap*%iry i" Moafe 
Voaper (lOBt 
T*4per Roi 0 


Paea iba Bation 
Pare tba Hatton 
Columbln l*r*aoou 
Columbia Pr*«yola 


• IS I Eboary 

ISO, Padre Rina 

• ai^Padry HUB 

Itav H*wi it'antbrr 

IS.tt I teabantad Roar 

14 39 I BU.y U'abam 

15 4k I Billy GrabaB 


Mrnonr* la M-i*ia 
Monorir* In Miiam 
Mtmortta is Uuaie 


yyp' ^aarthTEBa 

'ijip atrmiB ctiajced ro 
IP U cbiBBttey rrpeiiB BUp«, 
IS M *ttiu and r*palr«d Ja. I 

SB.4d la**Unr and all tanernl 
Pbuoa 4-6111 


Hava. RAiiaa Party 
HdOM Party 
lieu** Party 
Houty Party. Bporta 


B#va 

Licbtboayy of Ropy 
Ullbthauyy of Uopy 


rue N*yi 
H*i>*DtttB A World 
do kJfftyaycay 
<}uarryt 

CoUector’a ftema 
OaUyctor*y Itysa 
Nava. WtathcT 


World Pinal 
WbliUve 
WrbiatlM 
Pbrvyrd Mi ltb 

ranrert Hall 
Cvnoeyt ftall 
Coacert HaU 


Of AABMHm - B^m la M? a 
Mr* Lcrn* H O.aaifnrd •• 
w:nntfr<d ciraoi* 1177 >' 

B!'**i Virloria BC. al Ro 
Jubhr* H.»b‘iaf rt. Bapl*ai‘ 
>■ a da<j<bieT Marilyn Joan 

t‘.» t l4A 


Neva; Kou** f*any 
Booaa I'arty 
Rout* Pm^v 


nrvapwbita Way 
Uraat Wbita Way 
OrynkWbiia Way 


It M Newt: Sporty 
U.14 Jonroay Into Memdf 
It II* Joiutrey Inid Me orty 
lias Jonmew l.-'i 


T® R« ADbouoced 
Ta B* AsnouDcyd 
T® AsnaoBcad 


Hr*>, Rparta 
Monica Wbaiaa 
tii'iitnUd Have 


P B A M t N a PINIBIltNO COl*> 
tract* rutlera. eUoa. kitebra e*o* 
inaty m. Anvya 4-4tiii it. He<B 
a-tm 

amu> UR KkJ'AIH A.hVrHIN'I. 
aiieraiMau. f<nuhin« c*h«n*t o-. t. 
ll'•wr «e eoBirar*. 3-tat« 

POR nT^lN~CABINm AWO 
oiboT inlvnuT aliaraciuo* aonauit 
U A Maaoo. S-IMS 


WALt* Al Bt Jotapn* HoipUO a® 
ti>i''emb«r 39 lS6>r staxan 
eiar'ti* H«il. ace 7) Af rai vi»* 
Staydi. bae* •« IMBirva^ # W 
avd a leurdenc al Vir'A't* fi: 
eiana y*sti K* W<r*» bit invthi 
«if*. Mary E Ball, tu *00*, John 
U of Calverr Wound B . Jr . A 
TornniA K'ODe^b M af Vawiu- 
vee W*4h . Grant M af Calrary. 
Terence nf Lvibhridd*. end Gar- 
don C of Wlnntpet fn«n*ea 
«iabil(AiMran olao on* utter. 
SdM H n Beau *r Woa'.re«l 
Mr. Mnll *M a mnibar of tb* 
‘ Cranbriok I O O P 
Pun*rol acr*ie* in Unyvard a 
Chaiwl to Monday. Octaber 1 at 
1pm B*f B O WIcktnt NfllcHit- 
lay feUavyd by cremalias Wlbsl- 
p*C. Mnoa* Ja*. Letbbndd* Van- 


n C05IINC El'ENTS 


WANTED 


WANTEI>— 
FL.MALE HELP 


PArKRSnN- Born to Jni.*l>h ^a 
and ii*rdnn ^t*:u>a. IA>J ndc*- 
otr* Rd al Bt Joaopb 4 lOupi- 
t*: on Brot 37, IMS. a dauyhtar 
a If* IS o(« T7>er*aa Jean a 
'rr for f‘aif1cla, Undo and Rv- 
bari 


AT 

KtNd TV 

Brtnr* you bur Me our *<da 
*a criiuo of ••ta. IT' lo M" 
loadclt. Car. JoabMo aad Bina* 

Mard B u, 

-ON 8BNO A ItvitAN BBTn<'. ' 
«al b* tha auMret of o talk to b* 
kt«en at a pubQr meeitny of tne 
Thao*apbli-al Bociety on Bund**. 
Oci 3 OT • p OI 9dt G«*rrtUBr>'< 
Bt Ouaat apaaker vUl ba Mr* 
Phrllla Robert* at 8*a<U*. Wa*n. 
All at* rordlaily Inyllad to att«nd. 


MALE or FEMALE 


HALE HEU* 


BT JOHN'S LAOCBB OCfLD RkM- 
mne® tai* vtll oa held >■< tha l<**r 
»«nrh nail «a Wadnaadar Oct Mb 
f I 0 m 


BOY WITH DtCTCLB WAHTrD 
BUony. oiltfDi. actlra; odd lobe 
Bnturday macBbiM or occaafoBaily. 
Me par hour. PbM* 3-d*4d 

MUiMT aklPPER. NOT OVER 4M 
Tcata aid Apply >n peraoB briv**B 
BJd ta IB a IB. v*®fc-4ky* M Mr 
tyeoGdoa. bland Partu Dairy 


WANTED PBRBOrr USED 
varklvf vitb O*otein«r No 

Mbnaofraph. Olya i-hob* *«m 
U PMt Oftma B«l 4dd. YirloslA. 


CAPABUI WOMAN HE1.P WTTH 
fomllT la dockyard. k.n»*led«« ••( 
rookina S-dar or** boun ) i« 
• M PB Rrltiency* eatenllal. 
4.ay«2 


PARADE OP BABDB'-CRYBtAL 
Oaraen. Qciobay *, US6 

OUVT7SCB DANCE WEDNETDAT. 
VirlOfla Banroaia BaotMtandvra. 


CABetNTER 


RtrAtRh ALTERA, 
tiocit. rrmebl and •*a«i* l-Maj 
M PieltU 

Bbo H Repair Wort of All Eiodd 
NUMB SERVICE k.«m 


HUBBARD AKD WtPB WANTED 
u rarctatwa for ettr cbarcb. U«o 
Id. Bnlary and nil utibuno wcludad. 
Boi ina» TIctorta Pr*a* 


WYR.dTXR— Bnra <a Par and Rnn 
WeiHur sal Bciva Btr"- Vm- 
fane at 8i Joaepn a Uoipital 
M Bapt A IBM. a aoB Tunotbi 
Mart. 7 Tba • one 


WArmEBd WANTED BIPEKt- 
•need wily Mad awoIv. Afwtnnoo 
■bill, tap warm Apply In parvfo 
lo HuKt Duudtaa ayttaurMt 
3 4SJ1 

BTENOORAfTTBI RBQnntEn BY 
lira af cbdrivred ocroanuat* 
Plraaa itaie aga. ciperUnra and 
aalsry raau>rad. Phnna J.43IA 


flOUESTEAOERB OLD ‘TIM B 

dnora. Saiurdnv Tlauri* gaUroaa. 


THE 

AUTO SHOW 


EEPXaiENClD BUILT-OP TAR 


aad rrattl rMfer 
Abdaraod Coapd* 
Rrauiblod. 


Apply BmtLb 
Luntted. •» 


B.C. CIVIL SERVICE 


tlESkKHk 

POR TOUR CONCiUin WORK 
baatmaoti. dnetvayv t»l«w«lkt end 

topua lank* caB Cfcaaa * P*<1*r< 
a«A Qbona t-3tlS 


BINGO — 8 P.M 

Bvary nigbi, nba abut. • pu. Tin* 
Iona Wbltk aod^rldfn 1417 Oov* 
ernment 8k x-sflll 


2 ENGAGEMJ-INTS 


LAnOM.>DOirT TUROW AWAY 
n pair of ateckiot* beenuaa af n 
e«ni Tbey can ba mcadad for a 
fracllaa of tb* enat af a o*v 
pair) Pea. Udie*. brlaf tbaa to 
tba Ba*iitfa. dU Port Bt 

COACH LIMBS' MTVriHY TRIPS 
8r* diffarcBt baautv *p«U a*«n 
Bunder Step for ted- ti* PI-'Hi 
1.T4** lefBuul 3 pm. retura 6Jd 
Adulia 1194 ebUdr*n 7kc Mitt 


APPtteaaV* Wuat ba Brlttab aubjert* 
preterepce |>««ii ta ft-ayrtlc* oat* 
aonaal. 

INTERMCOIATE CIERK GRADE I ' 
Pur^ayfBd Mnmtaalaa. Deportment 
af nanacA Victoru. (Mary |33S. 
S37l par mantb iOctaoer Bi 
•OCIAL WDRBTni ORADR 4 Bo- 
ctnl Wellnra Branch. Pouca Coupe. 
Departflient gf Health and Waitard 
Balary EtTT • tar plaa IM Bt-riol 
luflnc AUovanit. par BosUv. iOc> 
tab** • I 

Par fortbvr InfOTinaUon aad ap* 
plicallaa form far tba aoo** poti. 

apply Chairman. Ortl fleryict 
CoiniBlttiog PorlinBunt BulMtnt*. 
S44 MicMcan Btraet. VIctarta Ap- 
pUc®tMb* matt ba rar*i«ad net iatar 
tban llM data Indicated. 
rNTERMEDIATE CLBRK QRAOB 1' 
Oiatrtrt ^roatepe Office. Vaarou. 
«er Oepnrtmaatt of Load* and Por. 
aau Balarr •»• - 1371 per auntb. 
• OcloMr Ij 

Par furtber Infomaiioa and ap- 
Plieatioo farme for lha abor® pntl. 
tlaa apply IWrtMnei Officet. n*il 
Barrir* CoBBiulon. 4U Duaeaatr 
•Ueac. Vancoarer AppUenuotM 
Kwat 0 * racatred nat later tono tb* 
date iBdicaled 

PLASTERER AND TTt.BUrTT^R 
GJIADB I Uant* far tba Acad. Port 
CouulUna. D*anrtm*nt of Powtr 
Warka Balnry. «lil par aaath 
lOaMMr El 

Bor fortbar tBforaaUdo aad ap- 
ptlraiioa form* for tbe abwte poai- 
Uao apply ParaannaJ Otfieer. dill 

Same* CBamtatet. Baaondale. 

AvpHratSatit Boat ba rerMeed not 
later tboa ibe data Uduated 


IIOULAHAN-APOOBB— Mra A. L. 

KooMhan, 3BI4 0***r’<i»eBt 8i 
land tbe Ut* J W (UulahaD) 
*lfh In aaBouar* the enaadr- 
n4ei» t_ of ibtir third diuchur. 
HRtr'Rltnr. iu Mr Rnfc*(| 8|iau4e 
Ifad Eaiaraoa Bi TTie *• Mine 
on rak* pla>« Ori ?} • II in 

«i:h <ha Rrv Canans EidiUa 

affieiatinc 


PIRBT CLABB EXPKIUSMCKD 
carburetar and ItnlUoa Ban Joa 
Pnitcr and Bao.'UA. tfuadra Bt 

CAT OWNER TO YARD AND LOAD 
lots; >ru(k ovner la bauJ abaii 
loff* S-M3I. 


NURSE BXPERIPtCBD MID* 
vlfery, tvpatrad *nil Noteaber td 
ar«Ui bum* csstlneaieal. Pbaa* 
3-n*t 


CBlfEIIT. BCWERB TTLB DftAI.NR 
•aptly uoka 

«'I**4 ^W._TRAC1 »-Sk7l 

PETER LAHINVUO. CEMENT CO 
trertof. All «*rb cuyianieeX 


13 LOST AND FOUND 

l-OBT ~ 9IMLL WHITE ' IJOO. 
Haynirb liaenta Ny Antwer* 

u early. l-'bUd* Ptt RavarA 
t-IHf3 


CAPABLE BYBROnRAPnER FOR 
tArc* auloBobUe dealenbip MBA 
aad ytb«r ataft baaeftu. Baa 1366. 
victoria Preu 

RlBPOHSi RLaTwOM AN TO CARE 
for 1-inonUi-old bob* la By ham* 
from Sam la (lO pB. nrrk- 
daM. Phont 7-aHIS 


PIN ABTTRRB PGR 6GWUNU 
allay* Apply Becratarr-Manavar. 
Naval Vewrant' 1417 Bramd Btroai 


UiST WKD.NBSDAY. SEPT 31. 
iiair (1*44** in Un <*«•• - M«rnaa 
CdU' aft t4»e Vlrlnity Itoak af 
Wonireal 9-J4T7 


THE CURLING RIN|C 


CDIRJIITUAB OtPTBi — LOWUrt 

f nrB. AU BQit bo iiild by October 
t ( lumt* naonarci*** (utmari* 
bn Mia at Toby Jud. na« at Boum 
of Tudor. (031 Port 


WANTED. YOUNG MAM K»B 
*t«rk rsoB «nrc Avoir in pet*M 
to P W Woalvortta Co. Ud 


~A-UHr 

Savor obd BaptM Tank Barria*. 

Modera vacuum avatbod. R«met»a 
voataoia aanttarHy from ptemiMa. 
Wo dlM al«aa diata Uaaa 
4-»4tl 

OILBEOT BROWN 
OrtKici Ckintractot 
^aelaimna M 
MASONRY irOHBntUCnON 
Pbama Otfles 4A37T Uobo 7-tm 


MUAGAN-PLAirrON -- Ur and 
Hr* w Uayd Muricaa. “Tba 
Prtacr. Pimeerlod Road, ao- 
nuunra lha eniaitiBeot of tbetr 
daugniee. Ani'uUa U*tt)«r. 
0*>7raa PariaauSt r'.*cl»n. aun 
a< tha Non tird Mr*. Cbarlaa 
lVr» Plaatnn of Turgnia Tb* 
piarriaa* »ilt loko placa an 
Oil 33nd at 10 * m at (Vir 
Lady of Louida* CbdrOk R#« 
father M J MrNOBaro oDi- 
cio-inv. 


LOST- GREY AND WIItTB CAT 
oilb vranev markincf. Rearon Hill 
area Hyearn fur retuTb or mfor- 
re*Don cr.L.. 4-WI64. 


1956 * 

MERC.'RY - LINCOLN 
METEOR 
On Disaloy 


DRrYBR-SALBBMAN POR B8TAB- 
Ii4b»d dry cleantnc route Apply 
pvfa Claanarv 34MI Quodra 


WANTED - CXPERIENI’BO WATT 
rrtaM. tall aad part time Plraaa 
apply in peraoH. Mamervy Cafa. 

AJlBisTAOT PGR DENTAL O^IOf 
Reply sivlai ai* aad ai>e«ienya 
If oay. Rai tidk. VlrUifla Prta* 


pnpr At m dnaeph-v Hoopl'al «« 
daoMiaber W. latk. Cbarlaa 
AHUti* pnp* aoeif 7< reora be- 
Inved biuhcad c( lYlDBltred Pop* 
Tteaidea hit vU* h* le*v«a on* 
•»« Michael, and too crand- 
rt.iMren Nancy and Vorman 
Pone. In Victoria, and tv* 
aT«nd*on* Philip and Oaaf7roy 
T-»i"t in r>jBeaj). BC; elan t«n 
•n.i.r^ 4|.t B n aelmet la 

Mi'eer pc. asd Urt M Kellf 
tn Pne'and. 

Pnnefal iat>««e** «||| be held '| 
T'leada* CV.lnbar 4. at S P m . iR 
All Bainta' ChuTVb. View Ryyak 
with ilia Hv* Oanaa B J Wit«*na 
oRlriaUad. toUavad by crenalitB. 
CTtaolln'e ta ebarvt of arrant®' 
Ben'*. <Na flovera by reduan.) 


A BAlB OP UBEPUL ARTlCLSn 
vUl b* held af tbe O'OBke Ran. 7M 
Coarttsry B'rcet, on Saturday Or- 
Sober • from J to 6 bf tb' AaU- 
VlvNei'ino Pf«-ietr Try, ’ 


MAH WANTED TO WORE ON 
dairy farm. Apply 3S7S R kb Bo nn 
Ayr 


I GST OR BTTIAYED BLACR AND 
Ian part Amatioa, vieiaiiy Haul- 
1 * 1 ® Aticorct to “baadi.* Mra 

Hoy t-4Mn 

IXNfT RED WirnLBAmtnW. PIAT 
dr<-k. Fio®er-itr«d vbreiA Pbona 
t-Mio H*««rd. 


GOOD AUTO Ml 


DR If O MlODLrroN HAS NOW 
lakeo ®*rt the prarttr* .«T Dr 
Balt-h. d33 Btollard Bide oha la 
nirv eeiiriac 


RA8Y SrmR POR JAMEfl RAY 
7 am t«4 3dpB Apply Ml 
NiapatA rear. 


CEMENT WORE. POUBDATIOha, 
flPdra. tidevaik*. eu. Baptlt taniA 
Ula drmiQA a***ra Batiafaclioa 
^i^r»i**A O. D Ubdaroaod, 

niCSMAlTB HOTC>RO<rnBk BBlC 
•Ba Oapyad aav*ra aad draM otpad 

kieaa*y *iaetricai y a-PtM 

TILE HEARTIUI. BINES AND 
bainr aom a, all raima ta tUKk; d*®* 
»ral briefc-vork 6 llanano. •-lUk 


FREE DOOR PRIZES 


Remington Rond Ltd. 

RBQUUtXH 

SALEH RCPRmWrA'nVB 
PGR TYPCWRITBIU 
AND ADDING MACHIKBB 
An opportuDlty tar a poad ib- 
Badtat* iBcatte pbu aa inter- 
oatlat futura *iUk tba Itader 
in Utio fBId A«a U-M. blfh 
Mdiool •durailoo. kBo«Wdto of 
aflic® roaiua* eaaoatlal Balary 
paid durtbf p*riod af thoroudb 
traininc Exelutlvo lerritory 
oi«h latitfactory aamlnya pv- 
tenilAI on cottiBlHuyn vtib 
draatar account Otottp tneur' 
aaco aad bdapiidltuthn plan. 
PDr iniervBo. pbaa* 4-714A 


BnWRE -GORDON — Mr aad Mr* 
Hpaae*r • finw. 4*44 Ot>at>M 
pttaai. adMubcy tba engaiymant 
at ib*li *l<Wat dauth**t Uelen 
Mke, to Mr Aliaa oarda®. ana at 
Mra A. tlordaa and the lat* Mr 
Gardoa. MU Wat'aaa Avoii’i* 
Tba weddlnc Will take oTar* at 
reoMnnuJ fdited Cbarcb. Orta- 
b*r 33 at • p B 


LOWr GOLD PULED TIE CUP. 
ie*M,-» po Annlrertary itft 
(■hnn* 9 -000 


WOMAN TO BAHT SIT AND HEIP 
vnb b«nr**w*rk for raom and b«drd 
aad MdU r*Bosaeau*B. 3-73di 


BI GOOD SWEET MAID. IF 
yea til* bvl read a i»tl* inn> 
THE HAUNTED BOOEBhnr 
•kS pnn Streri 3 t«)T 


GLADWELL 
MOTORS LTD 


ROY B NSW OABARmNE TRENCH' 
'■iki. erne 3t foil ta loy departmeat 
HHC Piodrr pleata pbon* d-tp7l. 


WANTED AT ONCE. GENERAL 
ba4p. Lfy* Mk perhianrni potiuoo 
if iatttfarlory Pboaa VMtlt. 

WANTED — CAPABLE BTEWO- 
rapber prvferably with lefal ar 
real aetata apvrBac* Pfama 1*3314. 

KXPERIENCED~ WAITBBIJI ~ AP- 
p'.y Paaamy Cat*. IM7 0*«fram*at 
Blr*et. 

UR(«RT7.y“ neeiie6~por~cgL. 
dulta Ouida*. rapuia. tedinint 
ayailable Phnn* b-U47 or •-'■MS 


ACADEMY BALUIOOM DANCtRO. 
New fall clkiora. be«tnn>rv *n- 
eanred aod Juaiar. J-IUI MU 
DeaflM. 


LOBT. AN OLD-AOE PEHBtONSR 
eb«<it>*. Regard. UrtcaUy n**d*d 
J'UPt 

nlTHCn OP KEYR WITH NAME, t 
WtRot P.cai* pbooe 3*IMl. M3 
Bt Lavrenre 


TTIE HILDA BEAUTY SHOP IB 
MV open in our aev tporlnui 
ahop, laHI Wlndaar Raad at Nev- 
port Aeyuoe Oak Bar. J-OTtS 


PR7NCT 1a Ylrtarl* an SepUmber 
S IMb. EuaB* Vletarld Prlsca. 
a*ed n year*, al T7I* CralcBUUr 
Ay'noy. Bora la VIrtOTia aba 
te«i*a ber baabaad. Rsp*G 
A4r>l;>h: ana daudhter. Laldb 

RlLiaD*ib; 1*0 ana*. Denia Rod- 
oey ard Bterea Daeld’. ber par* 
eat* Hr aad Mra BertvG Vr* 
AT vutaria; four atatera, Mra W 
Eini rUurai aad Mra R. M>ina 
'Eteannri, both of Victoria. Ur* 
J P Lamb (Mavtai nf Ridnry 
and Mi«> Revarlev at home aluv 
ihrre bfnihrra. Herlmrt A of 
Victoria, Thnmaa N of Kaminepi 
end Donald Q of Vancaurtt. 
Funaral ayryleea tr®B MeCall 
Rrrt ' PInral Puarral CTiaprI oQ 
Mefldar, rvtober 1. tStt. al 3 OV 
»m He* T H MrAUuWr oftlrlbt' 
Ine laltraaat In Rnya) Oak BatUf 
Park. 


LFTB HUMS MOVERS. JACK 
bwalUbm rapylriDi of dry roi 
lovadalioat. t-kafl. 


|lio • Prefect - Consul 
Zephyr - Mercury 
Lincoin - Meteor 


BHIPLEY-WARWinC «' Hr and 
Mra a H Bblplay. >Q3d Foul 
Rar Rnad announra tbe «n|4|*- 
Rteni of itaeir Ititnl daarht>r 
Rarbara Juan, to Mr ^laik* 
Aleaandrr Warwick, ton o( Mr. 
A <' Warwick and ir>» late Mra 
A C Warvirk of 133 Clarobca 
Bi VicUkrU. RC Tha aeddlng 
wilt lake place at Bi Alban'* 
( hnrek. OM M. 1S69 with Rr* 
W E Oreenhalfh afflrtauat. 


BEWBIR TAHEil. REPAIRS. Al^ 
wratuae. w JabaavUB. B-Udl. 


R O T A L KHOOBB CBAPTTn. 
fODE rummafc ttl*. Fndai 
Ort 7 to a m . Orwnia Hall 795 
Coortney. 

B3UOY "tour HrEBCENoT SIM^- 
Ulnc aad car cUaaiBB aerrtr* by 
ivn rn'lfte •tndyntt Lopeat raiea 
quoted 4-4761 tyeribti 


U).YI BLUB lIL’leUIB Ctxm 


WANTFD— 
FRMA1.K HKLP 


UJYT -ORBKB JADE LEAP EAB 
GAc Ptatcod at: Reward •-•SM 


WANTED ~ AN EE P PHIE N iTD 
waltrMt Bomint thtfv. Api>Y 
Mamreti* Cnffe* Bbaa 

tXPVRIBNCEO WAITRSBREW Ap- 
ply lo paraon Til TaUa Street 

WAHTEO DOMESTIC HELP ORE 
day a week PBoaa t-434t 

EXPERIENCED EVENING ~COUN- 
lar wailreaa •!• 0*u«la* Bar**i 


V. L LEIGH 

OlBTtNmVt HOME 

cofurrsDCTioN 

Repalra. AJIarktioai. eie. Campleta 
buiMlBc acrylod layladiat piaay O’ d 
fiaaaciBd. 

1311 Waadra 3'TVII 


POUND -OREV ANII W EfTE Kit- 
ten. Bay Btr«®l. CPL 3-dkM 


REMINGTON RAND LTD 
•3d Brvuchtoa Bt . VlrtariA BC 


LOST- SIAktkfyr TAT BKIPPY ' 
Mr*** pbune « nso 

IP YOU BAVB LOST YOUR 
•II CTL. •-•dik 


PtTR ntPAIR fnntTTCE 
Pur mat r*aodkllind and r 
a tprrlalty Call aod d 
PbQl 3M Bearta Orlec. 3-1 


TURKEYS ! 
TURKEYS ! 
TURKEYS ! 


MA&I0AGFj$ 


ENGINEERS 

Aa Biabllahed enftaaartat fUB la 
Vaneouyfr baa a o«Bbac «t epea- 
Inp tor anclneera vUb ekpermoea 
In detlfb of imtuitnil Bill build- 
Inpi or In iimilar vark. Earellrnl 
yoporlunmea lor tkoae latere*t*d 
in furlberlhf iheBBlwB In tk« 
profesaluB and good aalariea patE 


aROlN3HTOH-RA(NIHAW-Mr and 
Mra A L Rafahao. 344b LID- 
wood Avenue. Vieloru R C . 
wltfi In anaounr* tha marrM* 
at iheir daughier 3Pj Atf«Hie 
lo Rnooid Prank BrougkMn. 
Il«7 Bhelboaine BI . Yiriima. 
ann of iita lata Mr and M't M 
Rrountan ITia weddlag tank 
piara Pi-may dtp' loth, lati 
• pa. Quadra BiMa Cbapal 
3dr It L. Hnpkma otflc.atcd. 


Pi JUNO 
3-ntAO 


PUR OOATR REMODELED AND 
renaired by eiperta Tletona Piard 
Ud. . «3I Py-Bl f Wona y-din 

BOW TOO CAN orr BEAUTl^L' 
oomer aaklaai* dl Pobra AnCoiM 
Resale Bbap. Ma m-mBraat 8tre«t 


Former Consfrucfl^ 

Repair Otpk 4'4llt. PiJBpt SeVriCd 


IT srrtiATioNs 

WANTEZ>->MALE 


U’A-NTKD 
MAI.K HKLP 


OSSMIUSJHO ^ 

imAPBE. USEBSMAEIHO. LAt)l» 
aad rea l*' aluraUoaa. 3'3Mi 

EiArrBttaA'Ms 

HOUSE WIRING. HANOta OON* 
atclad . EttiBAiaa C^iirana f'3|lU 

PtAM3EINO AND PlOOS~BAmbl4i 

U. W li PLOOai CO~ LTD.Lpi^ 
UyiBA eaadtag. Oaubiig Pr*d 
tetiBote* Phaua 4-d4dJ. d-luSA 


VtVrVOT -On Bepi 36 Hit 41 Rt 

Jatkpb k Rntpttal Madam* Aa* 

nelte Rebn.Vlveoai o( ini Ow- 

toed Streak 

Puaeral •ervlr® In Rarward’t 
Chaa*l. Mawday. rtatubar 3rd at 
I in ® m Oemtllnn 


. _ Puts PUiimuis 

MECHANIC AND MOBILB EQUIP- 
MKMl ClPERATUHS 
AIR FORCE PULICE 
The RCAP will traia y*u Is any 
nna i.f ihere trade* pl«* many 
"‘•ira and pay you obiir *ua itara 
M ynt) or* 4|ncl* hel®eea !• and 
M phyyiealir in with a grade ■ 
MUEaii-m equivtlcflt ar better, 
4M y-»ir RCAP 'OrMr enUB*«l- 
t*r at 1.113 Oavemmeni 81 J-V364 

0 * 3-P434. In Nanatm* aad Part 
AthernI kpoiv the Ctnadiaa L«- 
ai»n. r.oo '•perl Baiurdkf* (or four 
<'>n>*meni* 


KHTTYWO OP MEN B AND 
beyC aocka Peteiuon ibSS Jabb* 


•• ap. goad warkart weni *>im> 
work Altglac. maUng U«iit Him- 
ming h»d|** rJvdnng loi*. odd 
6*ha Alku building repairiaf and 
palatinr fenee*. rl«aning «*ib end 
'•ilinv*. watiog end bubihmg 
(r-ren l-PMd ifleat* ring aigbl 
iiinMi Pundoy oaiy baiwewn ll 
OB oed I PB Alt* g-t pb 
W eak dan aaiy betw**o 7 and • 
PB. Pteaaa aak far Cbarly* tb* 
o®rdaa»f J-«Ptd 

MiTBAHir wrni PRBnaioN ma 
rktM »b*p aad aar'*<-e(]r>*ak **«d- 
lag acp*Gear* woaia part-iim* 
oi>tk pie*** write Ba* 1173. VtO' 


If you haven't tried o 
turkey from Sfoort's 
you ore missing o reol 
treat. We have ths 
reputation of having 
the best birds in town. 

Why not drop in todoy 
ahd let's 

TALK TURKEY! 


UA SAU^MEN sod 
AGENTS WANTED 


eiLEX RBPLACEMBMTi 
Rvaam 

CAIRO COPPBE SHOP OTP R B O. 


HAHNAY-OALT-Mr and Ur* 
Jul.n Q«it ' nairb«*ld. ' 4IIB 
Cedar Hill Rnad with I* ■<-- 
bounty tbe marrioce nf IhMr 
• (---•hier Sertha iSetty M 
R-bert Lewla Nanaar ana af Ur. 
a- A un. w H MaMt^•v nil Vir- 
ty<u Avanoy. Oak Ray Tha 
wedding I'xik B>ar* d*iur>i*. 

* rwi l*i, 1*14 lam Ik Luke't 
AngiKan Churrh Canon Predar- 
kk I'lka allictaied 


ABE ANT AVON 
RVRESEHTAT1VS 

. . . how *kky U U ly bU Avon. 
Dlfdiriad. rivardlag v*rk far y®or 
apary boura. Pvt t pcraoBAl Mlyr- 
▼>** la your ywa homa caU i-Tm 
dr villa 3ttd Pole street. TtotdG*. 


PREE MAGIC MONETbCAEINa 
SAUP1« ERS P<Mk MXN VGIG 
WIU. WEAR AMO SHOW MADB- 
TO-MEASURS BUnrn AhaaluUiy 
fre® tfor *%ju*bl* aaBpi* ouffll 
vlUt 0T*r 3d0 *ult faketca and •lyle 
dlipfay M eapeneac® needed big 
<•>') pfotiii ID adyobra- your ava 
lujta td w*ar and tbav wiibvdt a 
rent «r «Akt Pulf or Bat* tHne 
Well* Dept lbl7. Tailor. 

lug Ca. ro B-it dR H*air*«t, Out 


5 CARIW OF T1IANK.S 


pimms cGirntou reddcinu, 

hedy bonding VFCC. llM Ooe- 
•tnBeni Erva . 3-lgU • 


M' J W Caevr and (•rally vith 
to *ypre** a word of manh* and 
aporMlaitoa to ail tb* many kind 
friced* and a*#orla>r« for ih* 
be*«ii(<tl (Inral iribnia* and e«- 
orettiim* •>! *yinpalhT *il*nd*d In 
•nr *ad Imryareinrni rerenily In 
Ih* nayt'ng «f • inviag ®lf* and 
motber Ir*n* Ca**y who raaamt 
away on B*Plemb*r 33 AUo many 
iHaok* lo member* and aur*** a< 
Ih* R*tal J'lbkl** Hbi^iui Df 
R S Conn and dr P W B*mea- 
rhi’k and In S*ndr PinerkI Char-G 
and I* Rev D Carr f<v in*ir 
eftlrmai *eryii-* 


WRYTTIEW B tf B-O (VISION. 
Uoiheri. •iteatloa. taperyiaed day 
ear* for children ^ b- m< 

J CGOF^ SUI'IB lir 

Bt. TdUarlnd. atteraUoaa rvpair*. 

ladle*' taav HtfrayaU. k-4gQl. 

OTfN I T EN I S OS 'pHtP^f" PER. 

ntnenu tor partlcnlar a»no>a 

■id* Seaatp Sba*. 9-din 

WRAT bT 36t7E^wiTTTNt7~\ 
Piad init (ram Madam AitrA 
C«ir® Colfea Stwm apeuaita II. SOi 

rTRRBLLW BEAOTT SALON 
dW Ca®rtaay Btr*vt Ptonaa l-dlll 

naVKIKBXCRANOE 

QavIra al Pandyr® anil 111 Conk ^ 


WBHTERH 

J-ST73 Cl 
Eiawy Jr. 


R BOADLET 


PLOOR BASDINO 
aad fmlab-ag Uuarofli«*d g*u» 
•aw* j.TiPI *e 3-ritk 

YX*llARDWo6o~PUX>R"ttrr 31M 
OBugiOA Pray ttuatu*. 4-7 Iia 


niEL'RANCE ^ 

Lryding I^t* TDiuroac* rompaay 
yfl*r« generkl aceoev la •<tlt*bl* 
ageaL broker, or aaleaman Tbp 
rommibiion. gereroua «y«rwrUmv 
Broad uDdyrwGling aad ig®> >-e. 
opertiion Reply tolly to Soi liil 
Vicuna Pr*kA 


HOILOWAT'WOnLPORfV-Mr and 
Ur* C. Vy®*itonl SoaincliUB. 
BC «t«b I* anaminca the rate- 
tia** at Iheir elder davkhter, 
Thrima Kllaabeib. lo WilUaoi 
StB-o. OMI *1 Mr and Urt. T P. 
Nn'inway. Smiwood. BC Tha 
W'dding look plan* paturday, 
Sep' M. iik>. al 7 PB at Ertfli- 
wood Cbap*! R*Y Nyman L®** 


H**plng lateniate rontrol tad per- 
■ .n>>i tnanicrmept Pl*«king per- 
■wiaiitr oi b ability iy •UBUJat* 
yiid ornrir* br*»>h arlieilie* U 
•<u*oti*I. Kepiw*. Ml laur th*a 
Get Ji. orii a* tretied in enn- 
Mdenr* k, .| thmild *iaiy iiortlnd 
w>ary raqulred Apply Sot Uat, 
VretoMk Proaa. 

TK» TOP N *TTOv71ir“wSipANY 

lit U* n*|(l pre.rnll. >e|;ing Ul*nd 

• rei-rre* iMidenl Ititad 

r»et».»..i4f.v# >n tokt ever Menu- 
fk.-tui*** **e.i* nr independent 
«*:*>me«> -*n e*rn »*ry Ikrga tti- 
«om* hui *.( . no obyeelRm U 
«ih#r iin*t tarried Hn pr*»*ura 
..r .toor (I’-tiifor tciujig b«t •troighl 
bw*4n*u •■■id trade taJla Caatact 
Wtrrnn Domtoloa HoUI, 

Vt.i'.'i*. beyh.i.iag CM 3 

A W.d.Mt MAV 34-3P. RS^RSb 

• • a«« - <ni niiir* manager Wp*i- 
'■n»r Hi'*'* eiueiieni opanr*uni>y 
in ’h* a>iiym®iiee indutiry App.i- 
r*ni mutt hate *'-.'oumiDC bark- 
ground *ad 0* «[iilriy In prepira 
nim-*i( far proraolmn tni'ial 
aaury 63M per awmib App<y 
Bailey Mobleilb Raima and Ct. 

• ro«p*ny * audllorii 1387 Daitgla> 
atreet. VlcUrU. BC 


STUART'S 
MEAT MARKET 

U02 DOUGLAS 


On behalf nf Mr* Gala Br . Md 
nembert af >ha Cole (oral!*, ve 
*l*b 10 etiead one hetrKalt 

• hgnk* IP rr'altee* Irirndt *nd b- 

• -H-igiry bnlh 'leer end f*r. f.f 

the fceau'.lut (local Itibu'M tfrd 
n'r'.egn* nf •tm9*<tir rereiv**! d>je- 
\'t llie lT«clf (o*t o( O'l' heirted 
hutbyiid And T4'h*r Our ape-**! 
inapt* ir. <b* -lear retend* *)i'' 
acted a* ri-lbe'erri MantyenetM 
and •'•(( A ryrta DittUleet at 
Vao(o<>e*' Vrt->k OwtJt Stt«e«r 
8C. P*"-" Cnatella the Bt- 

ie»« nf •• An-i « Ar*i*'«n» a»i'I 

•■iiri!.r« F'ner>1 m*”*- We 

•'»*n*.\» Veicar»< • • 

('•>ri. i* C '!• 


Ptoos fOUSH INO 

ALL TTPH OF rUXlRB EXFXIIT* 
ty claoMR waaad aad polubrd by 
aukblM Baaaaa our apaciallf. 
O ragTA atkabHahod im 4 -t^ 

SAfSDSSBBSSP 

DuUUGuH HAnUrMMItN(7sALO(a 
DnBlaien Hotel Pbaa* iHlM 


YOUNG WOMAN POR OROCXRT. 

Fun ekportenr* w eee**ary Bieei- 

|e(H (ulare l( tulled Boa IMJ. 
Viciori* Ffeta 


•mriollni 


ASHEUBLY. CAR- 
g*ner*i taaadyman 
part lira* w*rb Bof 


NEW ADDRESS 

H MOOR HOUBK SC ilOOL OP AMT 

1060 MOSS ST. 

3 Dw* Irem Pnrt Bi 

Exhlbirion of Pamriogs 

(M.Y 1 3 } 14 A U t* f F M 
ADMIltHION PHEI 

REGISTER NOW 

FOR PAINTING CTJtflRKB 
A'-erndoni 3 <* 4 eyrnlBH I in • U 


niOIOffT CABR PMICtS PAID 
fur gewd a**d ctothlai 3-3414 


DF^THS 


AU.AN-la V 'incip at Ine re«l- 
denrr 1)30 May Street on nepiM- 
bre 34 lAU Aat'i* McPtriyea 
Pmiih A'llaa, ag**) •• year*, b.wo 
m Beeliand a realdea* nf Vl'torla 
(•r 'he I'**® ll year* and (ncmerly 
n( Refin* He leave* hi* o-fe 
E:i»*0*ch >bree •.'i. D<*aald and 
AncHt balh in Oi<a«4 *"•1 Ke..' 
necn Of Ile*ie>* :h».w yr*nd<hi:- 
deen Ka ••• a member o( Pwa* 
•( flcntland and Wa*«eM. N* I 
A P * A U •( Rrt-aa 
Prittl* iMBerol eerv.ra* ,will be 
held at tne CtTmaUtewna Ctiape). 
flay*] Oa* Bee T Ne.Utarae •((!- 
tietiny. CtMOaltea Nm llawer* nr 
leliert by reoanl n!ra*e i McCall 
Broi . Fun*rai Ltlreft'.ry 


AALIBUSN' TRSkdENDOOS COM- 
auatae ect-up Now myaey-«aeiat 
DO'lyundcr apraa, ealoayai todiw- 
tn*J and *t*re d*al Saapla* fmrn- 
Ubed Ovavear. >84 S Daofbara, 
Ct3 Chlrato 4 


PHEASANTS 


rASnSR-CLIItK WANTED BOR 
large afdc*. Uuet k*ev »ip*GeMa 
ba^tpg MkS. each eegletar r»- 
•vedbte M boakiac Apply ta 
own hobdwrltMg, Mallng •«p*ri' 
viwe aad marttal yuiai. la B*i 
IJkJ. Vietarta Prem 

EXPBRIENCSD EALBSLADllW FOR 
earioaa dev*Gtn*nt* pbom gte* 
ace mm i*i ttalu* and rapertaac* 
Apply hr itiler *nle. ao *08*104- 
mrnt yiherwue Wrlla Fer*aeD*l 
Manafe' r*** • j*«*i*ri 

mt Doufla* ll 


Thabktglylac e> •*•• 
Uoklted aamWr ni .ir 
rnr«»»fl* ll-..-.* 
Pr-re b*f '»e 


rOUNO PERBOHAHUI MEN FOR 
pemaovol •*>•* poaiuaa*. raBUHer- 
aUoD depkedaal npm vaoUfteatlaaiy. 
unlloMled earnmti lor mao with 
iniliailte Car eeteaiiki Apply 
3343 (lyvernmetn 8ire*t Ur Uiiier 


TO EAT OUT 

Xralfw l->A« 

Laodf '<'1 

COTE rHtAHAVT rr* ROOM 
Fboee t-SOU 


BnVI - JOlNBk: FAJHTKR. 

r aad ttuetor. |®*4 dae- 



tUB RKMO/ED. RBASON- 
Pb e— day ar nigbL >-t34k 

»R kXTERtOR PAU^- 
>*l wart II 38 hour. 3 13«g 


Ure Gencye It Gnaan .lacvreiy 
D.enkt her many (rtrada lav thetr 
eery klait etproMlcioi nf *tm- 
ne'ny In her r*t*at feervievwaoi. 
* Ih apeefyi Bt*t!(<lda kt*n In Pr 
R Maiiky and (« Or OoMon if 
iirani 


tJlWHi 8NO OASHKNO 

UiNO- MTABUsnib ~rrnr~UARl 

dea acrrle®. laad*a*pia«. r*ekvark. 
BoiPteoaora Lowa tpaeloilMa ea* 

par 1 *o«*d •»*•; MweB artorarbrn*# 

•r .avni/ayk Batkar Laiik •!•«! 


OPPORTUNITY IN 
SALES FIELD 

•ale* p*4itl*a B eltoi Ikduatry -tar 
4ipeM*nrr« BOO frtB aaiiiag field 
ar eieruMvy irnup Ag* 37-M 
Potitian after* oermaaeai carevr 
whb pGiiion pten. MAA fnap 
inauraiKe Muei hoi* kaaa r*m4*wi 
nf eABnasiii far approiiBaleiy 
(iva tear* AppiKaat aelaewd will 
reeeltf atimiirk troibiag N* traetl 
Salary attfi mreaUea ramBlBiaH. 
Etpenanry aiN adapHbittty ea# 
y>eM eecy t.ibtianiial koeoine 
Pleae* kie* pMt btuiae** bl*4ory 
and edHcatioaa] guomtraiMn*. Ret' 
eren'e* would be appmliled AU 
rvpiiek held to ytriri epufideB**. 

BOX m. EICTORIA PRISB 


FOVPI.S HBQUntB r^WK-NOUmE 


TO TAKE HOME 

ROMF PISM MAnKET 
841 Port, ur Call at 

INLAND VIIW GAME PARtf 
l**t S®*n:rh Rnad at Reatirg 
Phnne Kr•l<^g IJ3 

••VAVCmY*R IvijtVDB 
ORinihAL r.AMk Rino 
A>0 OClhPA FARM 
PINE TARLR RIR06 
om EPinALTr 


keepyr, live in. rerent refyreac® et- 
eeal4*l. lewely Hob*, tup wagw 
TCitaaie appiieaal Baa 888 Vit 
Wrta Pr®** 


11 COSftING EVEXTS 


BATl.tY At hU re'lAeiw* M7 OM 
EaOMlinall Road cuv ^ptrmber 31. 
1966. Mr Th-ri"** n*ftey ay^ 
8* yerre A n*M«e c-ni iff vi*- 
toci* Surti»»d hr «a i brr'h*ra 
Jar * 0(1 Ben. «t 8v1 Old C*qul- 
wail HcM'd 

Funeral <er»lr** ® i: ®* he. 4 a* 
tbe 8ar>A« MKtuart Ltnti'ed ‘Mem- 
aelal Chapel af CYiiai<-> <>b TTio*' 
Sai CNb 14. 1661 at 9 30 a 'Tfwk 
Th* Fee. C O MrReniie *111 oflicl. 
*u apd iniarmani ib Um Caiiaod 
MrlAl Park. 


BON8 OP NORWAE CCLSBRATWB 
U.t PrikvB Day at CCF Moil. 
Obuclaa (ll . at • «'cln«k Pr'day, 
cx' 7 Thcr^win by a real good 

t r>ir*m and ▼ hitly ggn>-e t« i»a4 

'ini'ptyiaa HiUtK. ByerrUaoy 


MAINTENANCB MAN WA3rTV6 TO 
do light repair*, earpealry and 
JanRoGAl drork *• dawnlovn r*4a.i 
•lory. Apphranl muit at l*a*i H*«e 
a fourth elaoe Kaaling r*Gi(ifair 
Apply la owo baadwrUlog tiating 
eiparleore age and ref*re«Mw* i« 
Bok 1113 V|ri*na Pram 


DAY CARS CHUXRBN. 
hame 1-4148 

11 HmiATf6>m 

^'A.VTF.:>-FEMAU5 


PATHER AND TWO BCHGOL-AGE 
rhildrea rofutre help with Ufhl 
d'li.ee w eeigrn (ar roam ar<4 
board (nr tb* winter M«4her JH 
Home iB tt<y. *n b«* r««te Boi 
IMI Vviw* Pri4*. 

PART-TTMt POBfTtON. 4 'to • 

pB Muet be fowd werker, well 
edvmted and neat Biyady eaplay- 
Btni If Btiafariart Siai* agr and 
ponicular* B<i® 1378, Vtotana pre*g 


F'r-'iy niTicef fnhtl Rr-nard -’«• 
•epn de Macedo. RCAP un® 
Aied nf inidGe* eutiaUted an 
ft IP *errlre orvrteat Ociaber 
1 IM3 
Yitfbol real 
O Lord and W 
»► "■ Upon film 

petry • 

~tn**nad 8T hi* J*«log par«ou 
aad krothar. Praak 


KFEH ALERT TOIHIG fJtOY Dt- 
•icB eyetiiM aad week-end emplat- 
Biemt Will «* ooy vypa yf wnrt 
Mhai afferii Hn* IlM. VirtorM 


lAWnNCAPtNO - FREE MTt. 
a*ie* Eipertenreff ytrnener* >a 
1“** . y*4,^»Ar«»* work. Pbnng 

day J.3CM^ai|hi 4.*t7t 

UNnwrAPDfo' 'rocewo~riL 

jawM_E*a_Vaa dvf9 M ^. L-Ti13 

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rye»*»fk. *ta 3-43X3 ofUe • 

PAJNTEM AHB DtOORATOBj'*' 


>ni ontn him. 
f>erpe(u*l Ugh* 
■r h* T*ti tn 


CASHIER -TLERK WANTED FOR 
Igrgy Mflcw Muel Kae* yyparlaiKe 
handllag <Mlk reek roguivr. r*- 
rordl&g and baahing Apply lo 
•wp haadwGUag. etating aapwi- 
ettr* and marttal *1*40*. tw Bot- 


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YOUR HAIR 

Os* *( IB* woyt tnffayatlAI Bva 
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Ths Skilled Hoircutter 
CONTOUR HAIRCUT 

Styl* rutitng ladtrEf iairy by 
FIRTH OP PORT 
^y r**G 8 bomittaaar 

NO APPOffrrMSNTB 
toll* 8 and Id, 413 Fart SL. 8 > I M 


A SALS OF UBCrUt ANTI 
will n* held at UM Onaf* 


«D WOadAN #043 UUNT 
w*rh aad coakug f*r aeie 
Oond bom* end goad vygey 

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^ Courtnyy Btryyt, an Satarday. 
Ortaber 4 frmn 3 B 3 by tb* Abit* 
Viyldtc Uhn Soy ieiy. T*u. 31e. 

LAmn- AtHlLlART TO THB 
Sna* af Ncirwky Uidg* wUT hae* a 
'*rd parly Monday October 1. 4 
pm.. y< Norway Haua*. 1114 HUI- 
tid* BvertUUe welreRM 

RUMMACIbTiaI.I SPviN(lD«Bb~iT 
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Mtraer Tit ('ourtney 


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MALE or FEMALE 


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fiilni dert.iyput MIA tad group | a week Pha 
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aon Lid . 388 Ooyernmrat B« . po«> -hutneki 

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dinrtrt. Old age paagtoatr ar 
vidw. N* abieeitoa i« oa* cbiM. £5^ *1: 
New boB*. Bboii reBUMraiMB. 1 r*aT * 


Pap*rb*aging _0a4Dms, 
lora rababla PUH-^aw 
348 Thirty y*ary* •*••• 
t«r3A Tarma ll def.ied. 


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appmeed home *twdy plaa Nutud- 
iny ku ef p*rt* nr |oin day *f 
nithl rloMei * 1**1101 toga. BkUied 
laen t»> 44*0 IM* pin* moathir. 
bated vn *>perl*nr« *nd aernt* 
Ari tow’ Bmd t*r 48-p*gy 

booklet No *Mlfati*n Sta.e edn- 
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M Bathur*! R1 Tarraili* Ont 37 
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by thowtnt e*D*all*akt Um *f 
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you nnw. complete ditpUr fr*a 
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nf age leBe euperiCHr* b*l|>(-a. 

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44AT I 88 OF MRY7CE TO TOUT 
31e*A fail r*«M».ei>.e ryltabm 
TrUfMT RARKSN •-1771 

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Ptayvr* welpeme 


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RUUMAOB SALE - WEDNESDAY. 
Oitwbir 3. 3 AB.. at the OraAga 

HaU T33 CPirnavy Chapler 7 N . 
PXQ_ 

PAREriM ArXitlART TO BT 
Matg*r«i* Srnwvl P^l^f•|I *tid 
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lime Burie Apply In noTM In 
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danlal akvBtant pngKbB. mb* •*- 
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HF.RVlUIilS 
C »W7FALisciNT'~aOMB B 

the' PRIOR^ CONVALESCENT 
BOMB AND HOSPITAL 
Oadar tb* ear* af um Buiara at 
klie !.««• qf J awa 
•d Uiaad fligbvaf. Langford 
*j^l:>36 

DR PKABC18' PRIVATE HOBPt. 

lal nraluota Nurac Uaagea ddP 

I'laBOPHACTOBS 

JOHN M. srUROT 
*W0eci(la ChlrnyrraciM* 
Neumcalomakar 

mi Siaa ahard Slteet 6-3064 

PUCTBOLfflt 

ONWANTEO K A I B RKMOVED 
panwaoenUy tflatana ■lackrMyau 
Cenira 3-OdU. 441 CampboU BI4t. 

nnMB ri'BNi.iRtNo 

ORAPMIBB. BCI>flPlklAD«~(ILtP. 
envati made ka ardar Yardag* BOd 
lanor taUmatei fraa. Ra-vtakina aa- 
kept** Phuna 6-)t63 

NUBsiNo~ Atmvtri 

nPADtlATE IiNDBRllRAbTlATE 
and Practical nuraea 4.3M4 

rSIVA TE I NVE6TIQATQBB 

PIMST AND POREMOBT IM U(- 
awiiqaiiona of alt klode. 

NATIONAL INVErnOATlON 
AOEMCT 

Ma 114—434 View Pbaaa 4-3114 

TROt'HLSa.~PEftW)NAir BUSINBBS 
Retearrh Bcralce Ltd. 

3-4k4A Ya tan Bl. 4-4344 -3-6:m 

R. J. ADRIAN AQEMCT 
>ll-7*^Yale. _ 3-431 6 

21 I’F4KHUNAL 


on. 7«c GALLON IN l-OALLON 
lAli One gallon IV Re-rrlined. 
top qualiiy oil VI Oil Refinery. 
>44 Arderaler Sk. -elf Ddutlat Bt . 


LUMBER SPECIALS 

PINE 8HELV1NO. S4S 


Id coMPi.rrr n.rs suit roy » 

topcAOi end »'ilT ail in '.e* ri.o- 
dltinn S.te f in 10 3-7311 


jockey PINK OLD VIOIJN. nRANDPD 
Sie|' e- Reau'itui va-iiiah and 
a, TV •"tiiier|.il inoe ri|ieit in aifer and 
. *<>■ Vifioria 

»e**r«» rint 

II M I rHiiin^RAriirf ” piano n.M' 
.-■■hi. plelelr repulll tncid cave 

. pTdt retifi'H'mi 113.% Pbnne 
e«r(.i|.(k S-liTt 

MAHooANV El imYiir n.Avrn 
- piana rieii'lt and cahm»l fm rri. 

'* 1*4 mil* 1130 Mt H Jack Uk 

ROY S Bieike Road I 


X MX. I. ..a t« 10 5 7411 RMAU. MASON A RISCH PIANO 

dimn S.te $ I" IO_3-73ll_ 

VEN B OVERCOATS BPORT COAT. ca*e lot reni t|d pintiu. Rcot 


M-4# af(era 1-6147 

SILVER POX 3-SKlN SROmDER 

cap* a* new retanpaMe 4-im 

POR BALE UNTO TOPCOAT IX- 
re;iMl randitkOD 3-4464 


appiiea on purrhata 1-ni4a 

HkINTZMAN B CO PJANUS NEW 
and uteri, lor mie or rent Shn*- 
rwim *1 novel. '* Warehoute. 1-4344 
PLETCHtH BROS LTD 


We rtrrv th* ("linwing Dainnally 
adiet'ued T V aait 

ADMIRAL 
MOTOROLA 
OENERAL ILtCTRIC 
ROilERB MAJESTIC 

17* to 34' ■"fiela 
riuna start at 

IIN 

$10 DELIVERS 


IRENE'S 

Piirnnuro and Apphancee 

Acrntq from ihe Ray aa Dnuglaa 
R’teei 

Phnnaa 1 3M3 3-7414 


VISIT OUR TW. SAION 
Onrt* Road and TUIIrua 
OPEN UNTIL 14 PM 


• emw>. vtvv at tiw aiiwnravv MABON AND RlSrll PIANO AND 
I.ADiro NAVY BLM BURBfBRT. |, rnndiMnn and Idbc 


1ft IT' lepgth* band l"*ded lo Cloverrt*i*i 

eiiatin*'* ail tawduit iftd rubbtah oOO LOTS ARICNTROHO R HAY- 
I c'ORO |B *0 ball* tilt, lie. aarh Regulat 33r 

3 CORDS liraa l f-Htl-nt titalanuA Ca 

64k FMri Street. 3-3311. 

BULK FIR SAWDUST wasttd approxi.ma'tklv ioo 

3 UNITS tk*d yerda Ml at *41 Forvhaw RA 

Hecuiar deliverlea t« Sidney and PV'”*. ****'_ _ 

ticn-woud 134' |«I4 CI.CAR CTDAR STDINO 

31 B-^'ike Rnad Cnlwonp CnCfter 

OK. FUEL 

Day. 4-3433 Night, 4-14*7 


Downpioe. per 10' 

lenqth $1.60 INSULATE NOW 

Elbows 30c eo. Aiummum foil 3 aid# 


lalNpe- lift D .... .._..rinr ElbOWS 30C CO. 

1*14 per itn fr .. ....„._14',c . oe . 

iai3 per lift ta .. .. _ i7‘,e Gum for lOints. 85c per of. 

FIR RUflTTC mniNO V, t -in 

U4 clear KO. par Ils ft. 6c NippleS . .. .. 3BC 60. 


AMminura toil 3 • 
IdSQ ft 

Rnlla 334 ft Ovi* .. 


tiac 14 im II. lift Phone 7-34VI 

oETcrs” QiiAi-mr coat teal 

blue at*# 14-11 »U 6-3341 
COATS AND DRERSeS S17.E 14 


Nea'eat bftar M iMd l-ABn 

PROFEWaiONAL IMPTROCnOM 
BCR.N1B PORTER 
HRBir STUOIO-PHONE 6-6343 


MAIS 


and vnnar »h*e>. kiae 3'* 


RFOUtAB 1*6 TRUMPET 


_ RBADQUARTERB 


_ BUILDERS SASH & DOOR 

UMITED 

BONE DRY FIR BLOCKS complete millwohk bervicb 
AND SLABS 


1 Cord ... $8 00 

ovro 2 Cords... $15 00 
JT/r 1 Cord Ploner Ends $7.00 

I COO ORDERS ONLY 

HEAVY. THICK BARK 
SLABS AND BLOCKS 
2»'i CORDS $10 
2 Cords Split Wood $10 

IDEAL SAWDUST FUEL 
«_ CO. 

• IM- 302 David SL, Victorlo 
3R 2-4622 2-2832 

4-3814 

iNBBs Ofv Inside Fir Wood 

It-iacb lenqtb. OuarMiteed >n**S 
fir ready fur «** Eacrlieak fat 
furnait and kllchtn aioae. 

3-4316 3 Cordt Blork* and Slab* _.6ti<» 

Ik* Catda BInrkt anJ Slant 11164 

Immediaia Dtllvcry 


Rejecl Pine Poncllinq 


lan ‘ineti I 
34ft imeai l< 

I *60 lineal (• 


II la Ml* In* I'l *A 

l*R 'he 1"' 111 la 

it* *ne ina a>3 7* 


A1-COIU1IJCR anonymous— CON- 
fiiieniial Inlarmatlnn far tntti and 
vnitiea. 34-haur tall eertle*. Phene 

1-4416 , 

21A BtlSIMWS ' 

PKB.SONAl^ I 

SlflRS I 

as wveSery and atirervard. *or« 
ar damaged, U ekUfuliy rtsauad 


dr made arer ta ?•«? plaaeur* by . lib anrda _ 
SIRKS cratumes. 6 gorda 

Oaa-yaar guataoka* •• •aicn ra- . 

C ut* Bnag yaar diamond Janet* *• 

rr la laa— ne tall aa eofktlgBmenk I eard .. - 
JEWCU^BRS «n.VBB«4rnU caarte Fir 
t«4 Ttiae suvef Fbane 1-4341 


HONEYMOON BAY ' 
FUEL ' 

13dt S6ATDN ROAD 
Oar end Nitnt. 4-6733, Day 4-M36 

~~S06ke'fTr WOOD “ 

Dt^iaad Bark Blake aad SIneki 

Ilk anrda ||4 44 

6 *ardt — 113 44 

1*416 DR r rm millwood 

I anrd _ .. 414 44 

Caarte Fir Band lai by Blower aad ! 

Bulk. ' 


BAYS TOO A MORTOAOB OB All EMPIRF FUEL IIMITFD' 

agreameoa far eala that you tw- rUU- Ll/VU I tU 

evtre moaihly paymoaie tram aad '** Pandara Ate 1-3414 ar Baata 
*re apiinu* la Mil to raaUae yadf 64 t 


evtre moBihly paymoaie tram aad 
ar* epiinu* la Mil to raaUae ya«r 
raabf Aak far Oaa Bmits or Joha 
Bleir tor appoiauaeav a* they 
mil oaii at yout bnma an raqucei 
Neriawtntru Beiurttiaa af daeiaria 
LM. All Yalat SUeek. *-4464. 

CDRNB CAIt.URni PHl>M(^ 
lalial tram painful corn* and 
tahueee aiib Lwtcl I < urn ai u 
l.'aiiB' Salve end P*q« Helve 
6dv naila rV' at Unrlin* a M'l'ai. 
Davyr Rbelbouine. Alheriwn i and 
aiwiball a Drug 8l0te* 

DUBOTBT SAOS RBCRETABIAL 
SB K VICIB 

SIU Blaagbeta Bk. 4-*f34 3-7146 

OupUcaung — Traaaeripu 
Ditggk MaU 

srnornoNi call vm‘ ro^i^ 


BONE DR# WOOD BPIN'IaIb'’ 
Rand-graded Oone-drr redar hlnrkt 
end <.gb* )3-<nih. tarallanl for 
kindling J 

I ratd . M Og 

.6 vault lioog 

AUo b«de-drt Dr blorkt and *l*M 
abaaluiair r',ean 

« .. 6*6* 

. * III a* 

3 1131 CAPITAL FUEL OO 3-1361 

BONE DRY 


Bon# Dry It- a 

I Chrd „ 

3 Catda 

3k* Card* Semi-Dry fir 


All Fir. 

..It 


I^RNnONl C AU« OS FOR A I i 1 1 i — . * . ^ . 

rn? v^sTiT' r fiuy'rt hillcrest fuel 

616 Pari. Day — 4-HU6 — Kigni 


maasin* 4-IStL A. B Taylar A 
Cb 616 Pari. 

kADiBs— OO ~Tou~ij(ow rotm 

buebaad'a autt tea M ramadeled 
la m ra«y s#« MMiaas 601 
tv owgiaa Bua et. >-3m 

NUBOKV POUNDATIONS FOB 
aiyla, cam fart. pMiIib. a-1676 

UNWANTED HAIR 

Vamahed *••? *114 Bara-peia 

Re,*-P*ta II n*i like ardinary da 
ptiatarita that tamart hair irnta 
ihe eurfart of th* aAin but tan*, 
trkie* ihrodgh the pgrea aad re- 
lardi th* granth of the hair Lnr- 
Beer Lab Ltd Bt* 6. 476 Oran- 
kUl* Bl , Vancourar, B C 

SHOTBOLT DRUGS 

MS JahRMNi Bl Viriarta 

Arts of the Mystic Eost 

Raadctafla m broaa* braaewara, 
tareriM barvera boakaba. ya*eU*r). 
a flae MieeiMa of dtnaer riag* la 
Vhnaael aetlingl aaeklatea hreca- 
lelt fr«« Ailalia aM European 
eaabir*** prenaua nmi. titeaeta 
*d Rover Ml*. •• rniiigulng 


WOOO_ 

Drelend nmtgiae Fir Wnod Thtrb 
bark ti*M lulled mib lAiWiebioeti 
Nd tuhbiah tH rorde fpr 611 66 
Beware M peddleru. 

Islond Fuel Supply Co. 

3-ltU l^gt) 

28 A BlTleDING 8i:PPUES 


r^ousmNo rwcroiATELV 
DC IDerirM bqiMinc Peodwr* 
Md Owualea all toUomng materUae 
^ auMb **)• from kn* plumbing 
Dtlwrem pipa aad fmtnaa. pir- 
• imd*. tlem llghl fltl-iret nnew 

Lid**4.^L ^^*** Cwnainieiwa 


OOWfOO BALD ' LANn . TTfE 

*****UdU*l lanwlia aralp iraat- 
mil WMl la brwnew afien la ib* *ah' •(«** daadrwtt #•#•«*** 

P.rvion A'Wond Croft. CiU'J: r.',’; ".Vl. 


Mnn ar mwnet barb II U 
k« Oarline a. MrCall-Dwery. 


Rciec^ Pine Shelving 

IVk ir.eil (I uia SIR. 

The mi iryq 

3WI (I . ui Sid 

Th* IM te yi 

3 b«M I, neat (• U4 

Per Ida lint*: feet g] 

Yellow Cedar Gutter 
No 1 Com • 

4*4 «iie In pApuiB' pt-irru 

• Hh moulded oaiiere fran- tkuod 
letigihi por toot only 29r 

Knotty Pine Panelling 

High q<>alli> well m tled pei ern' 
edre r>>''‘> leng'ha. tde«> lut any 
rwitm ,n mur home a-iir nr bear 
mecti , 

Ue widih per 10* board " ||k 

tat ana Ulo per lop board tl th) 

Eitro Wide Cedar ' 

Yer e large aeiei 'tnn of t -r.lnv 
rerlar !• and 34 .,i 

that aperia, inb alaa !«• •r*d.L*'7i 
edge '*11 cedar Hnai lumrier drened 
fl, rnur ihlrineaa Ppenai 
pr-rea nn hardpnnd l•■mne| end , 
renerra Rnor Oi*n* etir* Long 
paneia of marine g>r«ond. I 


BUILDERS SASH & DOOR 
uwrm> 

160 Oarbelte Rned 3-1171 3-lin 
Open Beturday Until 13 10 


Robert Wolker & Sent 

LTMim 

as David BtfWl FBob* 1-3363 

SPKCIAL OR nLB 
U4 OBg.eaed Hearib TUa *«. 

n. — I se 

oae Olaaad Mat TU*. aq. fl « 60 

r* Oelrenipwd Dnwn Pi p * If 106 

oeleentted BIU>wa ears.. M 

4* Clay Drain TU*. per tL_ J3 

4- Clay FmiBca each — M 


Order ''ALL" Your 

« I 

Building Supplies 

AT 

Porker. Johnston Ltd. 

till BROAD BT S-tlll- 

FENCING FOR LESS , 

Flywead Praitata aad Plana I 

00 R g( feuelno and nail* at 116 60 
ITkSr oaraca mrmplM |I40 It 

Soonich Lumber Yords 

OPEN ALL OAT BATUROAT I 
"Fmm Fmduenr in Ta«~ I 

6*41 Debflag Bt l-KM; are*. 4-11*6 

INTERLOCKING METAL 
WEATHER STRIPS 

POR ALL rrPM OP 
WINOOWB AND DOORS 

B T LEIGH I 

Vanetian Bilaet 

164 Bevpo't l-4da 

MetAi WaaiSarttrtvaiM 

BUILDING SUPPLIES 

UAgfaed 4-64M Oainwwd 


I The Moore- 
j Whittington 
L Lumber Co. 

' Ltd. 

i T.rn ...t k* th. RouM.Mtit 
Two Block* Oena BUielda 

3414 BRIDOX BTEKirr 3-7104 

SIDNEY 

LUMBER 

LIMITED 

VALUE 
For Your 
Building 

$ $ $ 
LUMBER 
SPECIALS 

UI Kne'lv Rni','* Perel 
Rixek Rever.e 
hk'tan paiiern ^I6r lin R. 

toll Sprt,re * 

Aheivtng 33c h" ft- 

IkIS Pn-ure Bhei«-rl| 

Nw. 1 grade lie Ua K. 

Everything to Build ^ 
Anything 

SIDNEY 

LUMBER 

Limited 

3311 Oweemmeot BL 1-6107. l-tllO 

"RED HAWK" 
CEDAR 
SHAKES 

OFFER THE BEST 

IN sidewalls 

Be>»' 'he rn.nr* la tnhanr* *«ttr 
hnme rviuoie enaiad end manw- 
far'ured i* highMt aitndara*. 

British Columbia 
Forest Products Ltd. 

FTVOB* 1-7361 
671 OOROB RD A 

R. A GREEN 
LUMBER CO. LTD 

361* Dnugla* Blreet 4-7414 

BTtEI TEX WIRE 
OUTTBR 
PI VWOOOB 
MILL WORK 
BAPTO PAINTS 

OTIUTY ORADI U7MRER 6«3 M i 

Controctor* SuddJv Centre 
for Volue or>d Service 


Nrooles . .. 38c eo. 

Point for priming, 

$4 95 per qol. 
Brush — Pittsburg 

Spcciol 60c eo 


Rnlla 334 ft Owl*.. .64 06 BROWN MOUTON LONO FUR 

Xonnma In.ul.H"" 36 K ft 11*4 »•-»• .. 

nrprar Woal, rarmn 7* pg fL 6« 36 28 l> l’*l'KNITL'BK 

Durold Meiaewa 100 eq fl 67 00 ^ . 

Ourn.d m ,.r* Bull*. 140 M U UH 


fnr It" raerlleni eehnol SYLVAN I A 

inainuneni Phone 1-6416 ' uvr-iiNiz-v 

AND UBKD PIANOS BRX TELEVISION 


Oak Plnormg 
IP* ft 

Oat Plownna 

Ipa M 


3 eharu 

• 34*0 
1 eherta. 

134 44 


We Fiove o number of ' i" CLEAR FIR GUTTER 

plywood ponels thot would 

be very useful when clo$- ‘"''i **p *« «» n 

inq in under the eoves- ‘ . 

48*72 selling ' . *'* 

to°L 7 II 52 60eo THERE'S VARIETY 
29*83, 'elling a> N<ewart a Iluritan H*" 

at $ 1 70 eo 2.Vi‘.'\ * l^Ti! 


eheaierfleld by IKUng aur eeperu 
re-uahouiei and modernta* ywut 
preaaat one Kagtl a (Tiealwrftald 
Houa * 664 Ja s naan. 4-8 441. 

OtVANETTE BED AND MATTHRMI 
• fin puil-w«i Mtenatiin Ii4 Ai*» 
f*d Maiilraixfd lanir wnb •H* 
flau* and 4 iheaii, 140 Phuhr 

I 4411 


NEW AND UBKD PIANOS RRX 

n hiwi . I'liiiuUr M^*>F 716 View 
St rr at *3-6011 

OKNUINI liXIirTTHA.N PIANO 

S'.n lion. - lk,k« 

0400 Pnon* 3-tg3b 

OOOD NORDIfriMirn PIANO ANO 
nanrh for «*■* 1130 letme lio 

mi.-nlh J-0346 


lanir wiib •H* MIXRI.ttTK MANNINQ PIANO - 
heaii, 140 PhuDf Itond ’’•nil'lou Pti.inr 4-7etl eve- 
i> n-t 


at S 1 70 eo 

We still hove o number 
of those hordwood doors 
which ore be'ng offered 
ot $24 85 eoch. (Severol 
dcsions from which you 
con choose ) 

2324 Government St. 
3-7141 


DOMAN'S 

BETTER BUYS 
IN BETTER LUMBER 

JUST RECEIVED 

* LAROf nmpMKKT OP I 
PONSITT CKDAH mOINO 
Bmnrrift fee* randam lenfthA 
idtal wuUid* fini<h Oniy 

PM 6L 

Taur Sa'iiraeuab U Oar Job 

DOMAN'S LUMBER 
102 Esquimott Rood 

AT POINT KLLtCt BRIDOE 

Your Lumber Numbert 
5-2409 or 5'2400 


LUMBER : 

BUILDERS* 'SUPPLIES ’ 

Bandy Maa 'Tata Eowit- P%mu 

(ABihatad Raiua Tabte aod 
Cniisier Tep^Ready la aaa 

'Tba n Towraair Alda aad Plapp. 

Meiai Trt»— Table La«a 

Bandar aad PMUlm* fUntaU j 

' SHAWN IGAN 
j LUMBER YARDS 

M4d OOTBINlfElFr t-Ttfl 

I 

I Repoir Your Furnoce Now 

^ Ta »»«•)•» t'ftuble frea h*w*,ng In 
Vmmr ini# W'aier m# UB far 
Ptr* R'.rb and F'eba nf every ahatM 
ead tta* 0**11 • putly fin* en1 
rnerar aiba.f"* rrmetn. fireclay 
liraraar and BPS 

Bag «a far a ramnl*'* ttna «f 
Buildtbg BuppliAA 

ISLAND BUILDING 
SUPPLY COMPANY 

176 Oargw Rm 4 Xael. Pham* 6-01:3 
(Optwalta BC. BaetrM Boa D*Rg*i 


DRYSDALE'S 

Kiiany Rad Cedar PaaeUiap tall 

Per llB n M* 

AbiMbi Rerdbaard. «a0r'<" 

Kerb . _ U M 

Mta«« Rauv* Outaida Whu* Paint 
0106 per gal.wA. |l If prt 
•wart 


A> Aiywart A Hurltan He'dwnnd 
Orill'v A'l.mipum Irvuvra* 
W'«>h»'t»ilp Arnnni* Drain Tl>* 
- OvprAr - pit •""a rm- 
i hi* «nd mg "" •!»•" ir*’i 

"•-I* *'i .nur nuiirTino 4i*'*rii!a ai 
B*rwar< • Mudma 


REMEMBER 


i.ippTiMr n.KXBTrn. twin 
<- ha«i#rli*i<la wi'h rm'r* b>u>k. •>« 

• abi* ld*el fnr tramfui lelxv xn 

• rrwthg r'x.i I63P a mnnfli' *|n 
W'll MU fnr '• erirr 7.1011 

YOUR UATTRKBB REBUILT Um 
B*w at * eenuifi* **«tna UotHilalerv 
repair* Boat ciahiafti ta arder 
Atlea MeiucM Shnp 67t« Ouadra 
at KUUMa I-U3A 

nWNKR LFJIVTNO TOWN l-PIFfT 
rhr.ierMrid 0-plM* dining mnm 
•*, i-pi*ig b*dranrn ^’r'r and 6 
wi*i-* krrnr .'l end mn*' ''ungv , 
U>w Btl># 1663 Tavlnr 1.«;*4 

*OLm~ WALNUT ~ rXTTNAION 

Thankvgirmi Dai and ih* la**- *>tf dining-ritnm lahl* m>.d*rn *i< ' 
balldar wrek-rnd b*for* «♦! w niar • ‘h eabrataa i«f*i-enrri4. 136 
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•• •• •UAlfthfPP nPUftJ ttO ttm ^.mw.awtmMri AdbAObRmBAa 

nrd*r. plarrd afixr Thur«..r, 

A CREDIT ACCOUNT j (x^tPuSiro'rTTRyiTUBB 

FDR YDI I BAROAIN8 

rwn Tuu. tag tatbr phone 6.ini 

t» aveien.. wihowl rh*r**-nur- ^oU4H*w5TnrTTONrKM — i 

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miril Nn< |3 H» l|.« «rf...,nu •,.- , 

.men -f r-. ... , hnoi.”..-- 5’l^A**** 

rni» m*l (!••• UM In 14 Wifm'b* I" 4-0411 

rrpay nn l>utNl:<a matrrul* MAYNAHO lb RONA 

POK PNKX APPRAIHALS 

W* Bof end Ball Kf*tv'i r.f 

A 771 jBhrunn^^ Phnn* 4 W3l 

I t-VV/^r\ I , COBTB YOU ^NOTHINO TO 

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PASnn*A UftPD rUNMTVR. I 

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I I, ir-vr«^>mk^ I OXIA* OPfXNTAL RPO CHINA 

HUDSON , .'"'."'V.';™ 

I lAllTcrN ORKKN COUfTf fN>NVXRTrNUI 

LIMI I tU ^ PT*>-f*r*|iT a*« 04f» 3031 D>aeri . 

*60 Onrgw Rd 1-HT1 1-lITl 3-3411 ‘ !1^ . ' 

Op*n All Dey Saturday _ ^ 

UU af pr«* parkias Speciols From Ol 

Alaa *4 D’lectp t.adytmuh. Trod«-ln Oeoortmi 

Baaaima and Pan Albamt i Wa:nut ''ne*i*rli»;d ibb * 


RfiRnirPIMPM PIANO I YKARH 
n(d in rrrritrnt lendlimn 140" 
riinp* 4 *304 

a 

RKPn ORdkN yxrpCAirNT rr»N- 
fl'M'ip Cnnid h* uM>d (nr rhur<h 
af hnrn* 4-3in4 

MAIinoAKV MAftON . A ntSTH 
gtt'‘d Plwna pa-ini a.a* ri'*il*nl 
ranrti'i'iQ. 1 k*AA I 

PAUjikTN upniatrr and qranpI 
P'ann* Raldwin rirgan* AamL 
0*nraa W im aao rn.,rtn»* 3-4713 ' 

WAN'ryri - NPINTTMAB ' NORIV 
n*>>v<*r nr M**en A n<wh oiADa 

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I New Mndrl* nav *• diaplay 
TRY BIFORB YOU BUY 
Baiy wrm* LiboraJ Atlawanew 
1031 Cwwb ■Ir*w4 l-OTOlL |.4llt 

‘ 28H HPORTTNO GOODS 
SAIJ*:S and SKBVICE 

NCW AND USEu'ntnBS POR 
•a ' Ouaa fnr rent 

HOHINBON'B 

M47 Rrnad 111 1-43I6 

13-OAUnt J C HhrMIKNH DB 
niir Iiumu. <h,r* rlmket, (ire'll- 
*. » n*w 670 4-3J44 

WINCHDITER LIKB NEw'. 

4>n 1-IA43 

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pAwerrr btrkamlinbd .csom- KD K| |.|,|\ .\>' .SHOW Stars of (he Broadway hit 
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ACTKESS STOKV Ann Harding and fjene Nelson 
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SI CABT IRON rURNAc* i» SH AHRSI’R AKE*S '•-M.U BETH * CRl’T will present 

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KD K| I.I.IV AN .SHOW 5>tars of (he Broadway hit 
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■ URN EH onm Ann Harding and Gene Nelson 

toiu. ahimnty, I3S Star In "Tryout." a dramn about an actress who dreads! 

her failing eyesight, on channel 11 ai 9 _ 

RON rURNACE 4» SH AKK-SI’R AKE*S "M.U BETH" CRCT will present 
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i* 3-4IM " hnn "Miicbeth ' will be aired In a twfphour spec- — 


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rANOLKI.IGIIT TIIE.VTKE Randolph .Scott, Robert •» 
Mill-hum and Alan Curtis star in "Gting Ho" on channel - 
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I..kTK SHOW' Roberl Wilcox Is seen In "Buried *?• 


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nrrn.HJi ihs snicnnK .inpux terminals nf aeu which Ihe 
dcBier doos"^oi vwAh lo 


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, World Barit* 
Warld Bari** 
World Brtlr* 
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t World 8arira 
Wwld Baru? 
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Wmid Ban** 

Warld Hartaa 
World Brrja* 
Tait Fauarn 
Taat P attarp 

Tbla I? (hr I :f* 


Frvf? a? 

'bomo-tv' 

Ounoel 4 


Warld Bar;*? 

Warld B*fia*~ 
World Ban** 
World Ban** 
Warld Baria* 

Warld B*ri*a 
World Brriv* 
World Bart** 
World 8rri*i 

Warld" Bauaa" 
World Banc? 
Ta?t Fattarn 
Taat Faurrn 


^Tflernsion for Smulay 

— bjaa* 4* l*ai-aarpjii* «ba^ia* by *l*i)a*a aaafam?i 

j UNO-TV Tone KTNT-'nT' 

I C hsnncI fl I ChuuiBl tl 

I . . I EM Lnn Cunf*r*B*u 

lUln^ TTjaatru EI9 , lDb CoofitmM 

I TYIMira I 4M LD8 Coolrrrnra 

Thaaira >-** I LOR Oinfarenfa 

} ^lobM "Phaaira I ILM t tOR Conf.rm*. ' 

I 2?i* **■*' Coofaitiicv 

^4 of tha Fail M I LOB Conlrtabo. 

I Oit* Thv P*a.^ I L49 L08 Cunftranea 

TM? I* lha Lift IlM Film Fratura 

'*'• I'** Il'lS Film Ffiiuft 

Chil.ang? al DM Faith lor Tnda? 

’ 8©N^» __ PaitalorTMay 

Indian? of NW. ILM wink# nma. *” 

lodtan? of N W U 19 ' 

f!:^r irs cit«?c.f..u 

PmIH'I ^11.19 Cvntrn CaroraJ 


KVfw-'n" 

ChsnneJ LI 


RTVW 
ChsaneJ IS 


‘ tax MisrtfXAyrovs 

rOR SALE 

~ I UREY BTUOIO COU^ AND 
mairhug rhair goer* (nb4*k*on 
j irakooabid prle* 1.9719 

" IT VICTOR TV WALNin-AR- 
bariU -at* ••rallan- rondliion 
1199 7-W931. 4-93II 3-3394 

. 9 > ru FT WErrihOHOCAt HR. 
(•.f#.a<i\r 7 vrar* nid in #?>-*. ’-nr 
rnadlUan 9U9 9-3MT 

, 16 INCH FURNACE Wmi S.9W. 

• I duti burner 199 or arar oflar 

I ***** _ 

I APPI.ltB GOOD QUALITY f(30K- 
ng nr *?<>n? ?i 79 bna llfg 

. V.riniia Atenua. |.)74l 

RlTTAm E FOR yoUNQ BOY TOY 

: U rm 3*9 ft . complrm viih all am- 
mt‘k and laim rguipman' ?-47i7 


**x 5nxrCLLA.NTOU8 

FO* SALE 

THREE SPEED RALBIQU Blo'YCrt' 
boya h*ca*y tkat** tii* 91, y.uil 

OIHIR WHITE PiduRE BKATia 

• i»* 1 914 Tru'.tb 1-3144 

FOR EilY b’aTKTT-H Ak'd^ FIX- 
luria J-TT9; 

COLEMAN D9L MKATXR~rdjt"8AtJ. 

949 _Phonr 9-1947 

ONE FAIR OfWTB~ ICt”~*HATtB. 

• <ia 9 1004 ••'i-d:imn J9 j-atll 

WILTON RU(7 7 ?•’ OOOD CON- 
d-iimi PhM? 7-99M 

4\-OAllON smVK OIL ORCUS. 
raoipirtr *ith fimag* 14 3 9399 

CtJMPIMA-nON aiNK AND WASH- 
tub Pjicalain 4-4499 

itWINO 94.9rHINE. OOMEWTIC 


KltCELLAKEOUl 
rOB BALE 


MltrKI.LA>rOUB 
rOB BALE 


Woodwa rd's EAT ON'S 


USED APPLIANCE 
SHOWROOMS 

Ctmi* Ttiau 

Monfh.End Citoronc# 

tnni* Otrigli' IIM 

K»»irt Cvtlgfit ltl» 

WUii 0'tn4 milt 

SALt OP 

WASMINO IIACMINM 

Pion»*r l&l 

CarilAM i»«a» 

WttiinahnuM. rann<uio«»t4 IH at 


Tfod«*ln D«t>arJment 
, 636 Broughton St 

RKPHtniRATORS 

J A •t’"- . . a 

1 Aaita. . .... MM 

I i-iMtitr - M 

1 Mr«tl 0>* . . _ M u 

I 0*n»T%l tlMtr-' ... MM 
I ViiiM ..... JJloa 

1 Prl(»^tErt IM M 

lUCTRiC RANOU 
I T*ai» Top llttM 

t aonarol iwcutc TaP * Top jAM 
t Hal l‘o.«t Taaic Top . lM<f 
I Ouro*y CoiUio . . It ' A 
t Hal P«Wi Cal<a«f -- MM 

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et WA.VTED 

MWCKUANEOL*^ 

► a«v 

Utt J-tAll ^ 

' WAIfTMt - URflEHTTV ACSTIH 
>-1 («r for 4hH*« > w» Woy 

BOV s ■occKR Bocn^. £zt a i 

4 -tba 

IVAsnxO I OfRLA IfiKD ^fif* 

rfci>i ph<w.» a-:otT 

TO MIX OOOt> »OOKd CALL 
t'1411 HOuAllii BoOLafiOP t4t Port 

WAtXV ONAV PAV«« CkJIM POS 
uMil fprsiiar* I-IUI 

WAMTXU-AIL OHMS Caill-VH 
plar Monoy. )-4U^. JaAnii * 

PAIR OP novHccu r:uuH« 

-»». I a jtat 

BOY t» M'OIBAtt flOOTB, «1ZB ‘ 
« Phon< a lUt 

NAKHPLl PL:r 8 WA'iTU} 
r^fuoAlj Yjirh PtuHo a-tta# 

WA! 4 TIU ' ' XltHCI HTK ;XS i 


Many Mora la Oho*** Piam at 
MM'f •Oaoinp VaNioal 

OIL RANOM 

BAtararua '•irfc hurntf) ail M 

Ai*oart loira burnait aai 

OuiAir ••irli Purnao lit at 

fnpira Crei&a Burnar .. liltt 

OAB RANOBA 

Moffat r>o t.uia IHI M 

Xi>ai* HtaiioU litt 

weon AND COAL BANOn 
Bo> al M BowAuat Burntt rnia. 

■lalt naoArrn lU M 

pinBiar CoAdor Da Luit aad Cam 
PiniMM Coal and Oaa 111 

BLBCTRtC RAHOBB 
Aairtmanl Jtaniar*. 

wirad for 3M Mil tta It 

P'^ildaua BUrifIc Rtutaa IIMIt 
Maffai Caiiott llUlt 

Nana Da L»iae tUt • ■'’IVi'.' 

PInrtlar Cacaia IM It J'A"! 

Orrrral Blrnxu Oa Laia mvit { 

A-'ma UMina IHl M » »«o»»af 

Thraa tlaaiiia Raniai 
•a U aarR 11* 


all to and aaa j umad 


I Tlira«>0*an Moffai 
I Tad-nvan Moffat 
I MeClarY M 


Ua(« WANTtD - TWO BADMINTON 
taim rar^aata PTiona I-IM7 atur t p m 


U ROTE1A 

rus iLANSHlKI. BM lK>L'OLA» 

. A i.'U‘ •■•“Vkifia f>rn 

(•ml .ft far_a.«»)ir poe pi* l-am 

p.aoinKLD Ncrm. iu>omb~i^ 

, roai Daurtaa BUooa. a-MU 

ThI RbYAL’bLYMP'lC" 
HOTEL & APARTMENTS 

MODBHATl; WKXKLV OR 
* MoNTHiv Haru 
Ra'tn'Iy rtnataiad and aaatfart- 
ania llat>»ai«r haat, ukp4>»Qt aod 
tlaiamr aary'n {&«eal>|ata Opl)' 
a f*« a>ai:ah>a ana Jaboaoo aa 
DoatUa P&ooa a>Uai 

Riti Hotel .7)0 Fort St. 

rVRNIBHI.n APARTMBNTB AND 
ROOMB l-ioai 
Blaaalar Bari.ca Paridaaaai at 
Tronaitni 

GLEN COURTlTOTEir 

IT a •••! «p MT Blanafiard 
■iraai I’noaa 4-nai 


CAH1*SITU.8 


SB IIOrEEREEPINO 
I Boots TO BKN’T 
‘ HBN|M«KD 

TWO ROOUA pt'RNtBntD'UNW 
■Miipilrd Ut Tolm:« aua Hull 
vorPnir ''oupta or («a itria anar- 
Utf I- MAT 

i-Bo^M pvRN^nt ^hoUbb. 
taa»lnf^lU't# for t*nt iMiJtan 
•rUoma At) tadutriaa afiarTt a a 
Phnna 4-1111 

•MCB LAROB*"Ririrnr iT~6fi i 
pMpla |}n a mM'd, 1 bna^mani 
room m 0 Roaih a-Ttld lia Oia* 
«0«»r> 

PURNUNTO ~PHONT OBbc*To. 
t ' tjoai Pairttrld r|««a -a p^a 
and oAoaptnr ar«a T ta | 

a m 

AT iiu aafCLURr Vr~ i-aroi. 
*»i< furniahon hnu'tkrrpira room 
aad kjir^rnfltt au.t oulrt »u«inr'*t 
ladv a SMi 

i-Kiirr HOL’BBKnptsn~RooM 
PuMiiitaa : • \ f ■ I 


3 tail 4/iar ) p m 

POMPAtT J BOOMS ~ BATH- 


; 4« FlJlTS AXO 
AP.^BTMLNTS TO 
HKNT, H 

TWO ROOM BUIT* UPTR'vni 
aiuranta Partly furaitlird arc* 
ar*'« aaitiroMiP 1140 Roaa Btrart. 
a-MII lar a-liad 

MT DOUCiLAB AlPTO COURT - 
In* •iQior •Btoa CJran -rX ton. 
tamro >mMa CniUran oak^a 
T-NIS 

RfACH DRIVr BY A rRMPT 

Apariiri«m> Mui 'n rrni <u <^l 
mdnttit Tar 3 adiiiia Rrm liao 
Vacaai Ut Nayrmarr 3-aM4 

R'HAN CHAROINn TOUR AD- 
Bliai ba aura la arraaaa for onm- ’ 
t*rr>i;>Ud dalcfaff af four Oai^T 
Colonial k* iritohMioa I altl ctr- 
rvlalton ' Daot 

ONE-BBriRnoM Bl’mf~NEW PUR. 
aiiuff. alarlrio aidva rafrtiaialor. 
aithaa aai a mna'A availaSl^ nn« 
a< 43T Lindra Ayaouf ur S-TTty 

MODIRN r’aCKIUIr’” APART- 


dora I-7JI1 


I MA PLAn AXD 
APABT.HE.NTS TO 
Rt.XT, t-NFTRXTSnED 

ATAIMfiLB NOV 1 BU-P-CON- 
’aiard ..iBi*r-TPfiBrTinTr TrryR rn* 
. rlaaad *>iDr>or«lt. tiaririr n1ri|*r> 
at«r aad aiodata ia> racdv tit pim 
moa.ii a* ail>ar aapon^r* i.'an lar 
. yttLAa4m.f»AlAjx» «r aall 

rptr aTTff 1 p m BEJ^ay 

NCWLY DtCORATCD 3-BROROOM 
a<lf.c«nuinrd auilr. laMnri kii- 
rficn. 'an<r dmatlr Uytnt loiim. 
larcf rloari. Oil-O-Maiir lira; bm 
nairr foirltatd WalkiDC ditiar.ra 
AduiU tn 3.|T0«' 

l AR^ CIIAH PRIOHT THRU* 
rrim; oBy-htdroam tuitri on oua 
lUift »alkiii| dtilanra aid aftop. 
pint itutrin Aui-niaiic nra’ and 
• alar ypot Bianahard «r pfiona 
:.:i7| Adu ii aoi« 

lat PTR MONTH POfRKOOM 
tutir an Baduimalt Road Immr. 


H«ir> Lid 2-3|0| a iuma 


41 FIATS AXTt 
ATARTMKNrs WANTED. 
FtTlXISnEn 

MIDDt K~ AOB COUPl r’ nEOnRBB 
bod-amuiB roam. i::;bf g«a 
a';ik rrlilcrtat^r~ T Niu ' ii a aM* mi 
«aa> 'naira aboai i:i •i*a:y >rni 
Box lit*. Vir.j.la Pry*t 

wANTrn'^ THRd OR roi’R- 

»u.v (urniaMM tinmr.7 a'^:; |i..t 

IJI« Vutorig Prraa 

4IA 4TATS A.Ml 
Ar.ABTMlNTS UANTML 
rNn-RNISIIKlt 

WAVTID OY VOl'XO Vol'PtI 
• -ma ; •-« • .c- 

a'.iri i.iU la B»J-fl Pa.fri''* 
laui Bir trr a*r»* »■ r»rt 4 1 .. 
•nr aou’nrrn rvaji.tta prt«r>i 
i^sf *in‘n»i }•* a ■ 

niOano . !'•. r'l • , -I'l' Bn aa' 

Vi- tuna Yrr > 


• — - * *.44 rhildiaii. 

Bt'adNBBH OIRL RRQimini ONB- ptr.r-a .n t -.imi XH^rrrr 


I felly A olentef. vw«Mi« 2 d 

^nday^Od 2. !»iJ ^ 

WA IIOI SM \VA.\TU) TO 

rent. I \n RMSHED 

WANTBD «^POUIl“plVa.HboM 
a iilja. loaai 

'*'* •‘♦NfM. 

W A NT BP a RC>OM MOUM ~ Rx 
lake c* R a- OlA dia'rift %j ar**. 
la )-ia3t 

a ' !tni'«r <ip t>ri* t 

Any diairirt 3 3144 noobdayt _ 

UH IIOl SLs W A.NTtD T<l 
RENT. M KMHHKD or 
I .N Kt RM.nHEU 

HOL^ IdLAwAftAL^ JUMUIR. 


dft. AiiAUALaaM, aUQUIR. 

nan.y -urui.itra’r roupla 
' *.44 rhiidiaii. 


4 4irr 

Nim 1 


xai' a ’ 4- •••-■ 

in not IKr. 


■ ! 4 J jnaay 


. OlD-DCtL PARr«, 'ANY KIND IP ' rTun“5r3'‘m.^nirr.|:;d‘'“*‘‘""“ rr.arVr.r^aa '"‘(ir Ai'^hloV *•. 


131 M 
441 

1 

on. RANGER 
U'-Clary Wak 

3 31 90 

111 11 

1 

1 

t 

Ouravy Pai 

Ik M 



133 99 


1 

Paacait Pat 

44 f* 

1191 19 

1 

Kmoi*' 

I'M 99 

1 

1 

OTHER RANOI9 
Atm* Wood and r**< 

1 1190 

rnm- 
113 kO 
1 Cam 
1*1 

1 

Ciai' Jv«rl Wfr^ and Cuai 

•OM 

1 

Ourn*y Wend *hd Call 

an 09 

1 

Bn'arpru* Ba»du<i 

kkoo 

1 

Major 9a»4u*i 

•A AO 

1 

Pa*eai4 Aa*a-ii 

• 5 AA 


1 

Oupri'v 1 Rurn'r Oai . - 

Ikiyt 


1 Uurnty collar* oat 

M90 


m Kond randuion 3-M}] _ 

I Two-nouu 1-TIRNlaHBU CABIN 
WA.NrBD- uuitou ' dCU PIAM). Ungford aff i.a» hitlivav I 3tM 


TWO ROOMS AND BATH. HBAT MORRISON APAnTMINTV mU»A _ n.-T 

UgM and ho; *a‘»r Bafa plav arra si fairfirld dU-firi Cporr iftfrr. i.y^yy WANTS* i HOuMB tIOOO *•' ‘i-f 


Idtt Amnhloi for rhilrirrn riny* t* Rr.’mnni room luiir to IP'lUAe litat. IM Wr.u Rna IIU VUUtia 

noyf para a-lt3S ibamth P « Broun A; P/ma Lid. p". iirurti* 


* nayy para a-lt3S tbamth P H Bro«n *t p/.n 

BACHriOR HK.B, 4.7,11 

AH tmjad Crmral 4-TOIJ toot ri.r..<.h..4 


►on Johnn^'^BurS”'^*' * N5LP.COfrT.MNBO TIIRCB-ROOM 

__ ^ buUrtin|4 t«d a-0>3| or u^ar ’«i|ir l*#:v ro*i>rnifnif nr.. 

PAlIUlMJi. CLBA.N ROOM Rir- ^-Pt.a otSer lanani. ha. 

fhrn*ltr ii 


r’*'T •' UNPUBNlSIlfO 

I.AOV WANTS I HOuMB VIOOO 0' M-f I'n »r,fi1 in |nn4 dlatiiai, 

Wrtu Hn« iiaa vuwtia ' 1 ’ i{ii'< i ; '.t i-ildc na »hiidrt:i. 

Pr».4 n » 1*11 i - t-ri g Prru 

TWoTyR^IHRlT-ROO'l* lltATfn " 4NTt.O TO HINT HIOHT r*R 


IMM 4_-JOiO 

lAAVrtD TO BUY — HOMINO 


IlIRlS WIIITB PinUPP PKATL9 
a-« ui I Piioiia i-tjit 


aiLOLHT Mouse r/uiw»M^. tuSA.N ROOM R1 r 

ai rariiyf cn.Mjirn «n» i« th-ry- oaiT'' ®“*l"*** 

room irgunq Heel amia». pyrr- _l * 

Innaina Batfon Mill Pan, nUe uni CLXAN HOl’Hf KeipiNO ROOM 


rairt ••3111 


y’l • oaiainrd auAt ;->r a:<lr. a 

,>•'1 4-;*Ti 

43 IIUI'SKS TO 1U:.NT 
f-lRMSlIKl) 


r^nrr 1 ,1- > ^nralrrrani bamf 

r-' f : >■•<' a!*»r • p ai 

14 ll.M.Ls. SCORES line 
OFFICES TO RENT 


• Kh oan iMranra tiooa aardan pi' <ni»n«r'- Hraaoraoir Wirli 
SuManir !•<> abarina lat nrii and man nnir 3->IM« 33t Mlrh'sin 
uSa ainalr Pamitl for lina luud • .-^— — - - — .. — .. 


Wirlioi BRINIWOOD HBAPRONT 1 HUBS NIW ^PANTMBNT RLOi’K IlM ITO'BI POR RINT 

h t*n' roomy privan •tiarf aood iionint Cadoore Bay Road T*a-nr(lro<>:n OAK BAY AVENUE M- lain tut. ] ki)u4i» inot 


Jia Dtiuclat. a-ltd, 


DblK NBWPORr AVKNUB 

Oorattyial raaidtniial atL'oinmada. 

I liufi •' I >t •itriegi pr >air Oath 


CUtAN BRiOKT ROOM POR 
qutfi irnant, aarage crtiiral 
a 1*47 


WAANBKS 

IMaihanira Npr-ja:t mat* 


HWAF8 


‘ t»pair« yiMiM.it n 


' pji> ouacd at itaaonatila ratra 

WlU. TRAUB QUILTKO LINED 

a • .4- ;; i< -.3 and ' rSPCRIPNCBU PHACtTCAL Clltl.. 
btuao I for firl » tf.’-u < aim ( euraa in rrflnad priyalr 

3-l*J7 I Noma *111 at** lovinc -.arr lo eni> 


OrtMind fiiMir if prrUrrod Bunnv and duhaa aupplied. J-1734 

Mil .« A nomi I- otai Bua ai«i> f»m;nta 


PRilNT ROOM ON MAIN PtOOR ' »rr> or mon th 3-1 411 

Unan and dlthaa aupplied. J-I7JB 3-RcioM 8LTTB. ALL ELBCTMIC 
ryrniBti ^ nrai rrfriinratar kuai- 

1.ARGI5 ruRNtsHBD HouseRiBp'. "•'* pnDmd _*-ma 


'* ” I Oanna: KlffirU 

I B»nrlii 

••• , 1 ThOf Autoaatia .. 


faoTurt Krat.n* 17V '-r 'jar i-ii r a>a: -*i - *..a ' ■ 

nan ftoor. oak Bat All loilutfyr. 

• rri or mon th 3-i aH HBIP • CONTAINBD 4 • ROOM 

3-RcioiT aUlTB. ALL ELBr-TMIC 'I 

hot «atrr hral rrfriirratar kuai- , nrar 0u» .A'’* 

na«i e«pp> ntrUmd *-ma , '* fav .r a-*3oa, ayya. 

VACANT nCTOBBR 4 ~TW6 -h6oM - - 

atma >uil wortlni rOupla in WHBM CRANODtO TOUR AO* 
8«p«nor Btrrrt droo* M au't la arranta (or no<n- 

ri ***; *miv ■«»...«.•*. tpritiptad drltyrry rtf rauf Dafir 

CalaanM BvtrWommWB 3-aHL ctf' 


SPECIAL 

NECCHI 


DSMONITIlAroR > J|^«r Wrajahl Irsn 

BrA-INO MACNINBB ,0 Bnm.. r.rn ai.< 

W-'h famoua ••ndrr-*htal am- I Walnyi Pintah Dinini 
hrnidtry a'tarfiman- N*am TaPir 

3 da Iota rablnai aiylta la rhiMO I S>ntar Srvma k^'nino 


PLRNITI'RE <ura a c*ar t<mla nr aa lunur. 

l-Piar* Brann Chaairrfirli' | a* "n * *"* 

3-Pl»'e Orran Cna^'eriia'd ai"" hrix oil Ttt ADC 13' IBMI-V-BOT 
3 Piar. Tap'.tiy rrMataflia'i moo .»u -,..aM -'a*, lor rSut tl'o 

3 P'aaa Wrauahi Irsri K '- has a raji 

SOI 41 aa 

10 Nad Bnnna> aarn »l'*0|o 1»1J <||a aaaal'frirv 

I Walnut rmiah Dinmi lUII.IKt 

N>om Tama 4* «i HAT< fllNO FGlaS. CTC. 


TWO ROOM eUTTB 
na* On* mnd aaln 


R AVAILABLE NPALY DPCORATUI 3 • BOOM 
cpma dlt Vaa- apar'nanc an7A0 par monili Aiail. 


I Oiay Wrauih! Iren Tiaia 31*0 


ka W'lLL TRAUB QUILTRU LtNBD In* raon on* up«!aira. t-ria pn-und . VACANT ncTOBBR 4 TWO-HOoCt ~ - - — - — — 

* *'« .',?2 ' Pl'onr 3.32*» ,or„n, ,17 WHBM CBANOIllO TOUR 40 

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. MOOS * ’ ' 3-l*n hgma *iH atya lovinc uara lo ena ,7*, TTT**... , _ . tornintad dattyrry nt rauf Dafll 

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. tao-i ,, „.,ra„. *Koli fli-«n uai. Mdraam Ur*# lt*n sll '****••••■ • p •” •-uira Uund. Pfitldalra ill ASuIU miaitam Drnt 

- *7«» maoruVi'lV a-JlSS ^ *'«•» Osi -W VIfnna Prru COiY ROOM. MINUTB PARK UU Nor.b ?4rfc a.jfj* 

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i..t. balbroem m aaahania for li*ht ^ na* On* rnid aaWma tit Vaa- apar'mant a«i:Ap par moniti A»ail 

X 4* *1 wftiv Iftf OAK MAY KkAR kHriPPINn BtJA ^^^^arr S*lfT7 f*' • t. A«3uUl 4Wilv A|*« 

M M2 «K«X Oft TRAUB 13' .IBMI.V.BOT **1—1 *->n *^all wrana 3-OT9I C.|,o mln^SlT Oara^ Ijfio AnuB*' *' -* - 

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44 aa ' . Hojta varaaiy. /meii or ,g| reom hoi »a<ar haai cantlr. TWO-nnou *mT* a*« u/n r taJ -ad •uur *n •i'*drrn Ircplr*. oui- 

3IA rOrr.TRV ^^'a|5“*‘^^1 mao P«l) m Coot Si auii •arfcina rauplr AUo f‘opT-rM« 

aasn HATMII.Nti KGlrS. CTC. mu ' opNii.itMAM' m "bbi.kt «PAf«oy8 ah. pound •'•ht- 

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t«tn br.la 7 minui-a •* king axtnih 193* Ruidrtt l-l*3j 
N xmal Vitont 4-143* afirr 4 pm 


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POR SALK TlHJROUOHHHBli BINfllE ROOM CLORB IN REAS. 

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SU; r.\TTIJB 'ooktnf aood but 

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bodriMwn *>tlia, r<i'ilpprd nilb 


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manin 

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Ang'j* bull* *n4 hlllrrA Al«i 
liirnrr. *•»*« 

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?UII oaiomaik hoi *a-.*, hait 

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Chip Machine, like ' ruppolk rams. Aberdeen 

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*uH« availabi* o-miirr i Elrctrn 
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' aioator and ianliar tarvlr* 4-IHI. 

mrmB OPPOSITE NEw~poar 

oifirr 1331 o 'vm-rnaiii Bovat 
rp-i Pl>onr 3-1734 4r 1-4347 

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Im- Hicharotan Siraal 


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179 a month. 3-74M rd houa*. hantanod (iMt* u 


4fl WANTED TO RENT. 
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ed houM. hantanod (lone* m SarjWfrncot Armnrlt* n*n* 


t *m« f>ir lalr W. luirt" Ru; 

uk Kra'm* • U 

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have >oii 1 3713 aftn • p ». Aat 4-1034 
fur d» •• . 


•chtwl |irl or *orkmf *irl 3 349* 

ROOM AND HOARD IN ERQUI- 
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• 1 3M Bldnay 7I3Y, O**o. Waal 
Rd Patricia Bav 1 

l#'J~ PONTIAC DE LOEr'sKDAN 
^•ar (ltda. haatar *aat rnyar* , , 
Lika na*. If IM Naapon Moiora, j 
R44 Pitrt BtfMt 4-141.1 I 

}#»'pt.YMrHrrH dc~uiee iu- ' 

dan axrallani body, tarrific m#*<rr ’ 
im NEWPORT MirrORB, #44 
PORT RTREST 4-J4M 

IPU PREFECT REDAN RUNB , 
but paad* a lull* body *nrk- Aaiiir- , 
day tparial 194 NEWPORT MO- 
TORS. M4 PORTSIRCBT 4-3444 | 

j«9 PtiYMOIfTH BEDAS. NEW - 
yinia vritt pine ra:*a arind 
Vary food r'lbbar. Sr* pain' ' 
Otrao 9 4919 / 

t#44 PONTIAC DE LUXE COACH ! 
praiar Will aall ar trada far aa- { 
dan 1744 TUUrtltp Rd « 

QtftrX RALE WANTED- l#4l - 


Ct BUtCK S-OOORAEOAS Dyna- 
04 fill* radio baottr, COZOR 
matallic draeo .. )ZOYO 

CC.PIY'AOUTH BUBURMAN 4 - 
00 DOCiR BAVOY. A.'Msa’ r. 
fi.»tri. 4P0 ip-OnCA 


CC PONTIAC ' « Dt 
00 LUXE BKDAS 


$2950 

$2395 


C4 PONTIAC I.AUBrSIfAS RE- 
04 riAS COUPE R4dln naatrr. 

$2250 

e j PONTIAC DE LUXE RERAN 
04 p^vatalidr pn*ar <00 

itaa.tiTt haatar . JiZZOV 


:'t $2275 

cm MONARCH Radan Radio. 
JO haa'ar aulpmaitc. luinna 
wnn.„„. on, j 2298 

C 4 PnRO Radan Cuaiom air aon- 
04 ditinnrr a- % 


MONARCH Radan 
haa'ar aulpmaitc. 
W'ni'* pall* ooa 


jQ ntORVOBILE "EI- 
4 Y Kydramaiie, radi# 
and naaiar 

jQ CHEVROLST B«dan. 
4Y da luia, ivra'ar 

^ •* Ot nAElORILE Badan, 
4/ firatar ..... 

jQ POHO a.Ooor , 

4 o naaict 


MFTPOR SEDAN T*»-I««a 
P'fniair n*nad and li m am- 
yaKant BtcbanKai c*Bditiua 
ApartaL 


$869 

$899 ^ 7 J 

<Z4fi 4 Qni,nB HTDRAMATIC • 99 • 
3>040 4Y RETiAN Epm-ial Id Balurdat 


M Aun 
Nr,' 
cm Cfir 

00 Haa' 


Riina a 

ANOUA Timor. 


Cfirv Badan. 

Haa'ar 


$1995 

$1195 

$1495 


Your 

Average 


Batting 
is Better 


or Empress where 
You Always Get a 
Good Deal and a 
Good peol More 


CO PLYMOUTH . 3 -OOOR BHDAM. > I OYO 04 Buprr. H,dra«»t>c. pi.’.' 

— $ 1 295 52 _ $3092 

CHRYBt.BR SEDAN Radio, ««*»ia SIOTO - OLDRMnBfLE Bad.* 

haaiar. nna oarpar, CiO 0 < ^0 t'”*$‘ROl-RT Tudor Naarar. 04 Hydramatla. {M»ar lamry^-i 

immaeulKa > I OYO $1195 $2567 

^RO CLUB COUPE C 1 MERCURY Badan R*dla 53 ‘ 

< 1 nOO haatar To* a i r-krs i- JO po*ar ataann*. 

modal . 01 UYY aonrtuiop^ $1295 btaka^ <9700 

OLDR •EDANETTB Haatar. Cl FORD TBdor. Cftimc^ ' * ^Z/YO 

"»• <ins;n OVyO ci Cadillac sadan. a>dra- 

paint ;» I UOU cn rORO Ttidna, d.i/\..e“ « 4 U 4 . radtp and 

ETUDERAKBH BBOAS •“ 51045 5 Z 666 

$795 49 S?.’!a“ ..... .$ 725 i 55 B'S:S'nV:;:r*... $2447 


No Monthly 
Payments Till 
Nov. 1 5 

Life Insuronee on All 
Tinne Payments 

6 , 000 *Mila Worronty 


48 n 7 :r.r ,.j_ $ 597 : 

48 n 7 a™‘’ ‘^““'^_$ 597 l 

47 $497 

5 * MORRIS M ’>''r Con. a jnz 

I c*rtlhla haa'ar i 4 YO ' 

5 1 HI1.1MAS S*daa. ^ a At 

I haaiar 5440 


abnppara 

Pnra 


BpM-ial to Baturday 
Paifdrmaiica. pu*ar. 


$870 


PONTTAC T'idnr aadafl Haat-I 
ar, atrallant Uraa EMa't lai 
ihi* M* priaa loni yeti. It i , 
raallr upa tArpuaho'jl. Only \ 


CT CMRVROI.ET Badan in aca:- 
Jj lant auiidUlMi O'Ld Raa. 

■'laiant** Radtu, baa'ar *itn 
lul. po*ar»:iflt. A X 00 c 
• Riprk 447 A. ilOTJ 
Cn CHEVROLET Badan. Quid 
JU Baal I'jarao'ao cnnc 

Haatar .R:oc» M«C> JYYD 
Cn I 7 E BOTO 9 .Pa<*an(ar Cl'ib 
Jv ( mipa K'inc UAa -na*. Dnili 
Baa. auaraniaa Ona eanrr 
9 $ BM miTa* Air condi lon.nd 
haatar. Aummatia a x enc 
drita •mnab 979 A 1 Is I DYD 

5 1 DODOE Badan Onid RaaJ 
I (iiaran’.aa. Haatar ai.d aaai 

Tj; 39 U. SI 395 

CD DODOS Raiani Badan Mka 
JJ na* Gold Baal luarai i'n 

"rT: m*. $1795 

CD DODGE "Cninpot VE' s« 
O-J dan Parfai ‘ G.-ild Baal 
loaran-aa Radio. haa'ar. 
au'oma'.le dn*e m'^moc 
iRtnck 979 A> iZJyD 

AQ DOOOK Caupa Imitiar 
4 Y airndiiinn Gold Raat tua>a’ - 
taa Haa'ar rtdl#. COCtC 
• A-Oak U 0 R> SlOYj 


»a 4 i EOKD TWO-TONE GOOD 
*hatia :»«* I'haviKirt nn>.<Hn 
P 4 nr. t#ta Uaiaor n.itAr Wo, aril 
^ 1 * ar par . Uai d Siraai A. t<» 
VAtaan. » 2 « 04 V..I B'tart 3 -a«-« 

*140 HIU.Ma;«. B>t.lSE"ASl> 
P 4 tu Ita.fuoa Bam,* RiaiKin, 
')J Caladiinia 

'^ARKS AUTO PARTS, IS 93 
OauclaR U>ad nart* for eara pad 
' . m 9 -M 4 I 


CHRVRIER Wlnd.or, inadad '_".»^ 9 -#fl 41 

JX aith atarv acra <a tit* b<M*. *p*/.|At a ? i« rT^BarZ.. -.ITi..- 
au'omaile uanrmiaaiop. #- .-la r* PEl E»« TIRMt 


$2199 


911 79 aachaniad. Gaaia Jarli. mi 
Quadra 1 -Oin. 

VIC WENT WRBrKCR~ 3 U DUN- 
da* 1 -AUA; BlahU. 4-4137 


I'Clt.ai cti • I ri a«. a< 

M ca .-liHr... . i ( ... i,*; y 

: **r *011 r ) ■ - I 4 ■•‘.■nil , 

. -aV and «m ■ ,• itdt, 

vrf ; ■. niM-r |i> ( 1 $--* 

n»- atlfft'’- r.. la'-aR W'"\ m..- • 
c.i.tcu a.;,f- n, »;.<i a j 

CUHVSIEK MARINE Hi AISHB 
Mamiry Outboarti* 

OBR MAJtiNR niRTmm'Toyii 
13 * K!n(>tma Rirtn l-lltl 

Rcorr AnvArEn~RAijflFt.«ERft 

l<a W -li Jb Claret I 9 l 4 Oab 
Bar 4 -tlIt 

»*m .AAiE .n PiEA.Ni ME nt'Ar* 
i«td *wn*" oTfan' pn ■ 

:- 040 a 

on. aba GALLON U.QUAm.R, 
l -'>3 Wharf Jia-ratinad lop-qua.ily 


PfYMrttiTH R«dan. *aa ml«t o»*nia. ^ J .>3 tA'harf Ka-rat.nad lop-qua 

«ra*n aarani nnaily tiatn. aa- cl'RTOk* RADIO TO PIT Tl »9 ®'‘ anama* and r*r. 


rtlimc tiraa tia r 


$1299 

Where in the 

WORLD 

Can You Find a 

SERIES 

of Cars Like These? 


NPW RET or l^HOK CHROME 
hub rapt } adi> 


3 II P 
m*( ir c 


yVIsni-OE ntaiTtOAHO 
.>•1 Cnmli'.nit ft.dtiar *?M. 


WE'RE SELLING NEW 
CHEVS AND OLDS SO 
FAST WE'VE GOT TO 
CUT USED CAR PRICES 
TO KEEP ABREAST OF IT 
ALL! 


FORD TUDOR Th# tdaat 
family r,r t#nk* and rina 
JO* nt«. A "natural " Pr.c* 


tl O DOIKfB Radan Ah«dlu*»:y ft- 

I inj,40,]*v. Radi#, baaiar. #orie 
• ■ 4 iu.li ■»«#r. 5 oYD 

“nta td*il ' CA PDRD Tuddr. 0«;i B»»l 
• and rina I JU auaran'a* aaa — 


$777 54 r 


KARH ••»••• BERfPR A raal 
4 t*iJ (df iha Ipv Bfjfa af 


• ■ 4 iu.li »«#r. 50 Y 0 

FORD Tuddr. o«:i R»»i 
auaran'a* a a a >- 

Haatar $995 

KI’DAOV W**p Radar Lika 
na* nnld Raal tuarin'a* air 
adndt' tnint haat- »mmnc 
a- R'n.a auA iZjYD 


A <* RUtCK S*«ian 
4 / 'ira'*!, twin 
rti«ninn 
■ ita* 


(qidftr radii 
lie- a.. ;l>ai 


< 00 < 5 *? ^O***^'^ Radan. 

^YY J I J J tup condltinn 


S 899 

$1099 


POSITIVE 

CURE 

FOR 

BALDNESS 


T*Aa a bMtt at trtn>a imb>-ih ti.a« 
Df ’-.DM. Iliupr laid ar* 

• lyr* of dai.qrr 'n miil>r!f and 
•'liar. Rill If tou h'lita t(,.tn 
a liny ta u. nr-inr* it * '.m '«|r •/ 

• an ilia vn jj ti.r* tl.a OVARAS- 
TEED iVMiDYEAR TIRE KAC 
•prJBY APPPOVID' nrmrAD 
R'l' don 1 «ai> • II may a'f « >rn 
' in* r*h«ai or ' ..rail, daih- 


1 * 4 * EVlMirOB r- MP liOnO 
mnifUiiin. 944 rtn>na t Cf* 

nni. 1114 iRAPF i 4 -n si'f.Ei> 

■>•••' Ini t^na'. n.i*t a 19 

9 UP Wlui-ONMIN t'hPD ONE 
»a*..cii 3 i»:a.» altar |n a m 

POH BAIX. II (fArilliiAT f>>M- 
p »'• llio or ba.i oil.'i 4 - 4 ilto 

'SPECIAL OFFER 
NO MONEY DOWN' 
NOCARRYfNGCHARGE 

LIMITED TIME ACT NOW 
1 WiH'on.iii A *-h p ai'n *' 11 , 
I- vt . 1 . .iii.Ki f n n ■ po •'■••ii-n 
1 - prrrt V • in 3 ».hp. 

a 'fl ‘t 4 n-n 

I F# tl \9 ia 3 I 

tadi.<"'M' 

OUTBOARDS 

1971 Pv,... i 4 a I ‘ h p 
if '4 J-'ii-’xtn ' n p 
lalf I a'i'.xi b 7 n e 
I I nn . |4^^ lo .Mio *-n P 


ly RAIAER Badan- Vary yond a* 
4 / Ra*>« AO A. 


$495 


$2395 

’ yond aar 

$750 


Kip condition ^ I U 7 T 

MO TU Yog tinOO 

rani maiib thia $ I UYY 


PORO Badan. Radln. had' I 
'' A , AAA I c - oLneMot 

RItnala $ | 595 j 4 Bupar. H, 


JU nr* 


condIU** A 
CHRYBt.BR 


PORO CLUB COUPE 

n#«id A 


■ #dal . A .. 


$1099 


CJ OLneMOSiLS ~U’ sad an 
J4 Bupar. Hidramaitc. ppver 
atatnny. |M*af c^AOn 
braac*. nrawT jJUYZ 

c e OLmMi.BfLE 'if 8 *dan, 
-n /4 Htdramatic, {M»ar cnczT 
4 t«*nna. uaaitr !pZjO/ 

c-b OLDBMOHILE "M ‘ Badan, 
JO Hydramatic. pa«*r ataanna. 


OLOB ■BDANETTS Haatar. 

p:r«. ..$1050 

RTUDXBAKBfl BBOAN 
Prirad y*ry d"TAC 


|M*rr btakat, 
baaitr ... 

CADILLAC Badan. 
malic, radm and 


ataanny. 

$ 2798 : 

flydra- 

$2666 


Chaip-vw.- -- 49 

REDAN Haa'tr $895 

t #44 PONTIAC DE LUXE COACH ! 

haatar Will aril dr trada for #•- CA CHEVROLET SEDAN CTAA 
dan 374 $ TUUrtltp Rd JU 8 p*rtal today %/YY 

Qtrirx RALE WANTED - IPAl |.A NARH REDAN. riAAC 
mayroHt yood roodifion Raa>.m- OU Radw haatar..^. J I Uy J 
• bla tarma ran b* arraniad 4 -# 4>4 

i#Ml FORD CONVERTIBLE EXCEP- 

i.^ ,.r„dm#n.l.*.n..*». ,. Pnnn* ENGLISH CAR 

1949 PLYMOUTH WttL TAKE 

•idar ear «r 'y-'on piak'ip in □! I V > 

trada Apply llfl# V‘a* 3.«747 

AUTOMORILBS PIHASCEO fa TANOUARD El'YTC 

L** rauv l»dt urma j 4 staTIOK WAGON JIJ/j 

MTItar B Cp. IBOd Oavaroman* BL 

i# 4 rfm»DEliAKER~OOOn RHAPE 54 7 *t>«*> . $1575 

9174 or b#>t offat Apply ItOO Vfa* tirPHTH ■« A - * IxJf xA 

1949 Pt YMOUTH RAVrtY REDAN. 53 3 .RPHYR . $1350 

POWER n.YTR TRANsMIBBtON 


Ay FORD TMo-Obar. 
4 / Haaiar 


>4 0 

4 V Haa 


Haaiar 

AUBTIN TMa.Ooor. 
Haatar 


$395 

$475 


0 LO 6 MOBILB “tT' 
ww Mydramaiic. radio dmmArt 
and haatar . 5 ZZYY 

cm CHRYHLsA Saratoya V-t. 
JZ povar ••aariny, ffmtmc 
radio and haatar u>Z I / J 


TRUCKS 


A-j MI'DRnN rOMMODTlRB BE- 
4/ DAN Marbamrally ftna. nayda 
anma paipi ratourhlny P«r tba 
bandy man a tbriDy pri** 

$545 

FOR THE FINEST 
SELECTION OF 

AUSTINS 

1952 TO 1954 MODELT 

PLIMLEY 

CAR CENTRE 

Austin Distributors 
Over 23 Yeors 


ENGLISH CAR 
BUYS 


53 ::?.^ 


FA YAWOUARO 
J 4 ETATIOK WAGON 

54 zwnrn ■ - - 

e 

53 r.RPHYR 


$1375 

Af MERCURY PICHUP 

$1575 

ar MPRCURY Pickup 

^ • 46 W-l«o 

$1350 47 ^»»OB 

4/ Pickup 


TRUCK BPBCIAL 
FORD 9.Tna. 94Qaj'o tira* 
Mi*». 3-*p*rd atl* Cntnp.aia 
• Kb itaka hunk* *attr tank 
and ll-inp irailar. #ce<mm 
fUady far «#rb 5jjCX; 


DR BOTO Conyarttbia, | 

hyiiV"^. $1746 ^ Austin Buys From 

1 Our Lorge Stock of These 


?«n:.“*..Y;r“?;n’:l wilson's 

«k $5500 30-Day Exchange 
$395 6-Mon. Warranty 


PoDuior British Cars 


AUSTIN Somaraat Badan. 
Pa>ni*d biaafe. mb italhar ta- 
Urtar. Low mitaaya 


PHONE OWNER. 4-IB37 

53 

VAOXHAIX 

.$1395 

IB$1 PONTIAC MEDAN RADIO 
bir nrudlUrinad, na« lira*. A<l 
eandition, || l»>. 4 3111 

,52 

TAHGItAlkn 

. $695 

1441 nunnoM vert q g g d 

runntny rnndlllnn Ba«t nffar 

51 

vangOard — 

. $545 

3 33B4 3443 Waarana 




1BV4 VOLkbtWAOEN DK I.UXK 

51 

PREPM.T - 

_$345 

aunrnrtf M BM miia*. Inimai-*ilat* 
1173 Clavihorpa 

747* PGRD BTATION wagon 

50 

PRrpBTT — - 

. $295 

khapa marhanianlly O K 
H>ma 4-ttlT7 


* 


48 

HILLMAN — 

$225 

AUBTIH IBM) MITdlAnF II -MB 

P.n* candillan. tl)$ 1-B4SI. B-7 

nta 

47 

AC8TIH 

-$200 


4 / Bickup - 

cm PORO Panal 
JZ 'i-'on tn;>* .. 
rm FORD S-Hnt 
Jj Plakup __ 

kO O M C. *a-ton 
4 Y PiaWB 


_$395 
. $395 
$ 1095 ' 
$1195 
. $745 


$1195 


52 a - ^ 1 1 509 *;>t AURTIN AM Aadait. lamoui f*r 

J^Sidan. nraiar ... I I jYZ j 4 •*nr>**r. Uf M IB m p y. T**- 

Cl OLDBMUBILK .*1 .^.^1 tan* paint. 


OLOBMOBILK <ldOT 
B*dan. "M" haaiar 5 I 4 x 7 


CREDIT NOTE ON A SEW RUCK 
#r P<»n'lar •or'b ♦V'" Rail* 9tIA 
Pbnn* 9-7WS nr IMi Tann>»r.d f» I 

CASH FOR GOOD CtlAN CARA ^ 

OR CONSIQN arts tar 8AI.PR T* 

BtfRNRlDE^ND HARRIET 3.|l#a. I TOnSP' 

TiIb'lHEV 3-DOOR IKX>D ME- .. 

*nai >-». mndl'ion Whai #ffar»’ JQ **"i*OR RE 
1 3*94 *r 7-494I 0«nd mn'nr 

-KEEP THE POWER U PAID «“ k O PLYMOUTH 
04* Bharpa'a MMrail. raduca* *aar 40 REDAN 
yaa cpnaumption I* a mlnlmiim _ _ 

- — — — A^ PONTIAC 

MUBT BSl.L IM9 HIU MAN I7«i A / BEDAN 
ra*n Run* l#l. 439 iiaiaaity Ruuii 
aftar 9 pm aj CHEV REru 

MODEL A FORD. GOOD RC’NSINti 
oMar ih*ap t«r lui'* -«ia Pimna RtYMniTTH 

Mr Poftiar, 4 9411 attar * pm 40 BIDAH 

1947 AURTIN BEDAN NEW HAT „ *».o.rt.M 

rUtI ''^’’■^ 42 rE^AN"^ 

1919 PACKARD • RIDAS mm HHDRON 81 

Mninr r#«ani|* 'ainrad na* tira» 0 7 Vary yoaid 
ridin. haaiar 9344 I.131I CHRV 

ERRBX CAR 191* FOR QUICK , 39 COACH 
a* a 114 4171 (Rtarry Tra* P»rid 

■ oppiaiia Rrayar l-*k* P*i»' MANY MORE TC 

1*44 AUBTIN A-4* BOMKRBET RR*; 
dan blark •ilh cad iaaihat uphoU- •*> ■ ■ 

4*rv 9#«# mllai 3 *0M ( | FUCk I 

i#4T CHiVROLTr'plKETIISR nt 1 
luaa iltayuanl 'ubm udid and jy MIRCtfRY l-TON 
haatar IMA tarmi a«4l|*(iia 3 4111 ' 4/ PtCRUP 

1974 FORD BEDAN HOOD MOTOR fNTEBNATH 

•nd haatar, 979 IHi*a*n 9 4V 

amd 4 p IP . Na 4 IM Baarhannd 

IM* Po’rd'*'pIVE PAHRPNOER 4 AfiYJ"i,L!n? 
rnupa IP y*fi yowl i'*ndltlon ^ ru*T nm .11 

* cm CHEY, ',-Tt 

1#44 AURTIN A4* POUR-DOOR JJ M«a 
■ray aadin, aMallani rindlitnn I na* .. 

^nnr 3-949B bafnra 1pm lAdat ' 

C'Y O M C S-Tt 

1991 METEOR RTA-noS WAGON ^Z PANEL 
l>*ya|y rmditinn. 91 99 W' Wfll ar- *** 

tapl aldar trada t-ll## 

FORCED TO REI.I 1#91 CKKVRO- , 

lat po*aralida aad»n la«« than 

99 Ml 1*111*4. *n* flWnar 4 l#?3. TO.nAV P 


Low-Cost 

Transportation 

>m METEOR REDAN. < a OO 

4Y or»d mn'nr -- J4YY 

48 $499 1 

47bT^n*° . $499 

47 s. $499 

40 $200 

42 $200 

mm HIIDAGN BEDAN. tfl-TC 
OY V*ry yond _ __ J I / J 

29 ^^:^ $ 195 ; 

MANY MORE TO CKOORf PROM 

Truck Bargains 

jy MKRCtmV l-TON m O cm 

4 / ncRUp _ $ 3 jU 

am tNTEBNATIONAL <CCA 
4Y ',-TnN fICKITF _ >JJU 

46ft.^T''6«' $375, 


NATIONAL 

MOTORS 

848 YATES 4-8174 
OPEN EVENINGS 

AB OtH BElaima* Ar* B««d*d 


cm DK BOro B*d*n. 
J^ radiw and b*ai*r 

CO CHEVROLET Badan. 
JJ da luaa:, 
haatar 

5 1 Ot-IMUORII B "H" 

I 8 *d*n. haaiar 

cm POMIAC Badkn. 

JJ,h**t*c _ 

C ^ FORD Cii»'.i« 


$1349 

$1643 

$ 1395 ! 


$1045 


cm AUSTIN Bom*M*i Badan 
JZ Ra.y* eotEr BHnd na* ancine 
atwi ram^alaiy ahap racandi- 


Cm FORD Cii»'.<« #• I a a a 

JJ 8 a<l 4 n, b»Bi*r .... i I m 44 

CO CHEVROLET C**<b. radi* 

$1447 

cm CHEVROt ET REDAN da lit**. 
JZ pd«»r yitdr (. , mo-, 

radi* and haatar . ) I 00 / 


Wilson's ore Poying 
Top Allowances for 
1949-1952 Models 
Trade-Up Now ! 


'“'$1395! $1075 

< 1 448 AURTIN A 4 « rn'jntrrmkn Thi* 

, JJ *'**M>!> vaann p ytiarantaad. ; 


Th* m<sil vrrtaiila mad*l an 
tlM road. 


4/ Ream Ami>a- 

haa'ar $750 

5 1 MERCtfRT Badan Gmd R»i< 
I yuaranira Orardrita ratlK* 

tR'nrt ailR* $1395 

C 7 METEOR Radan. OMd Rail 
J I auaratitaa H**'ar laai rnyar- 
Many nlhar aqiraa « i i m^ 

■ B fwk 9 MCI $ 11 95 

Tniir pratant ear wtn b* mnUdryad 
for a dn*n payment Ralan'-a *n 
Fat* ft'idyai Plan, flral partarnt In 
Nbyamhar, 


J. M. WOOD 
MOTORS 

DEPENDARIJI 

DODGE - DE BOTO DEAtEH 
IBII^IMI— lt*t YaUa 
Phan* 4 - 7 IN 

OPEN EYBONOe TDX • O’CLOCK 


DISCOVERY DAY! 

Eiplara mu *< 1 -ydull find 
Iha bati darn raluaa >n 
lii*n ara riyh* h*rt *t 
IBM Yale* str*et. 

KM MOTORS 

CC HILLMAN Badan. Otrrhatd 
JJ II** * 0 ^'' Una **nar Jgai 

*liea .. $ 1 649 

C*> PONTIAC Hardtop Co <p*. on* 
JJ onnrr A raai baauty E*at 
letna t« rriiabla a x -*mm 

K riy «a Ibi* on* J I / YY 
TMBUl-K 4 Duur Sedan 
JU Cuaiani punh-bul'cio ra.ii* 
bralar Ttila i< • vary pupu- 

$1099 

cm MOKR 18 Minor Vai- pint. 
JU marry rad. a real p.<* utua 

iranvpoiUliun CaOO 

MH'ial Pull nnre j 4 YY 
am AUJrtlN A 4 d 4 [*d«r Rad-n 
mY Na* bariarv juil in* aJ- i 
na* nnya Very ma>m 
■<Hid.bgi al.. j 44 Y 

cm MBRCt'HY Hatdioa l*t,- 
JO Iona hTrtr*B>«iir, eottom ra- 
dio. haaiar On* <mmoc 
fl*nar Full prira jZZYD 
cm trHEV Club Caup* Se* paint 
Jv lab ' Rpnrt b*iyr ' Cu-inm 


> > OP ROTO Sanan "Tiptt** ' 
40 r:*nuiii*itnn. raai*. a / mm 

iMRUf $699 

AQ AORTIB Badab. UR- 
4 f Ibatrhabla yatu* IpJZY 

5 1 CtnrVROt ET Club Cnupa 
I radio. bMiar. Bin* ilka a 

A X X mm 

•pmlaia ... $11 99 


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$ 11 Q 5 l J* '■<!■«. hMiar 
' J ' J I dra*m 
Ontd Real' apmlaia ... 


JACKPOT 

49 $499 

DRIVE AWAY 

•SQ RTlfDERAKER Radan U- 
JO tanead and r/ady m ^ .m 


You Can Depend 
on an 

Olson Deal | 

I 

OLSON'S 

DRIVE-IN 

SUPER 

MARKET 


.!» Wa *iu ant aa*!* vour iim* 
ar tnonat 

IT'S TRUE! 

Th* r««« rtf • r*ir«art t •a* mkt 

•f * *•« III* W'» •*• •« 

• •• hat* II'* fin**' f*.'»'- ar 

pr'»ya«i f*"rBiiny aifitamaM in 
W*i(»rn Canada 


VICTORIA 

TIRE LTD. 

Onyammrrt al Herald J* 


"Ho-Dee«" Car Heaters 

B-Vdlt and tW#U 

Special $14 95 

WHILB THEY LAST 

DICKINSON & DUNN 

Barb M Tha Bay n Arana Way 


■h*<r td ' 3 ■'•I* '*'3 Eyl'K’ida 


lf $4 Pi'Mi'ia '-rparaT a«i laakl« 
7 $-ii p 

)aS 4 F t " ' .'■a. :i h p 
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IBM y«‘!.r ida 'inrr ihaCi'. IS-hR. 
1*%4 'nv rt '. p 

NO PHONE CALLS! 

VICTORIA 
MARINE WORKS 
2007 Government St. 
Phone Our New Numbers 
5-2407 or 5-2408 


WOODS & CLARKE 

IBH Oak Bar Atenua 4-1431 

SPECIAL 

NEW 1955 MOTORS 

1 nnlr RTOrr ATWATER * 0 * 3 ^ 
7 * ■•bp rryuUr J 3 I 4 4 b jZJU 

1 nnly Ft TG '? hp eniRpl'*- * 
tank and rontrnlk. C* 3 A/\ 

racu’kr tiBIMI -bJUU 


TFftUR or rotrRBi 


Eaparl rrpa T 4 

mmnr- Hiiya*. 
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*11 kirm-.v>’t-d 

L«u*im. Cltntnn. 


j 12 -VOLT BATTERIES 
$19 Ex. 

I-YOLT BATTERtCR 111 BR tX. 
PUU-Y OUARANTEED 

rtlASCtB BATTVRIKB B T 7 RB 8 
LTD 

RETHEADINO BPECIAURTB 
H 13 Quadra St Phon* 3 - 7 B 7 I 

47 CJ Ai^ RKPAIBsTaAd 
SKRVICB 


$1095 


THE BEST 
DEAL IN 
TOWN 

TOP TRADE-IN 
ALLOWANCE 

AT 

GLADWELL'S 


C-Y CIIEVR014T Hal 

JJ Hdparglid*. i*di« 


Alt Badan. I 

$1895 


and haa'ar J | oYj 

y-m GLItAMUBILI 

$18881 

cm OLDfiMfiRILE ^ , q^q' 

J J B*dan haaiar ___ J i uOY 
cm CHEVROLET Bat Atr 

^'^raL-r .. $1745 

cm Dt DRMORn.E Rad.n M .' 
J& Htdrami'ir. rant* 


PLIMLEY'S 

SINCE 

1893 

THE NAME 
IS YOUR 

GUARANTEE 
1020 Yates St. 
Phone 2-9121 


M THEVROLET Badan 

haa'ar $ 1 695 

cm CHEVROLET B*d*n. 

JJ Pn*ri*bd*, A X - mm 

ha*..r $1698 

cm CHRVROLrr Radan ^ I A On 

J J r»* 1 h*a'*T S 1 689 


$1526 


cm nHEY, 
jJ 4 u«a 


TON PtCKI'P 


cm G M c S-TON 
JZ PANFL . 


$1295 

,_$1050 


1953 


rMKVKOLET roifPE. .It- 
p*itant*r da li«a R*'i|» 


$1474 


cm OI fyaMORtLK Badan. •ir* 
JX Hydramattr. »yyme- 

»*dl* and haatar 5 l. 07 j 


PlYMOUTH #cme- 

SEDAN Sj9j 

PLVMOt-TH AF af 

REDAN 5j4j 

$595 

rrynytnmiM SjTj 
BOADWTXK $995 

WE AIJM HAk’E A 
noon BELtcTios of 
COMMEKCIAL tJNITl 


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K td runmny *rdar. 
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47 BUICK nV>AN. OOnO BHAPE. 
ntraa Pitat » 1 M l-BMl 

HtyrNTNO DOWN AT AHTB CAH 
balm. BURKKIDB AMD HAUUrr 


HOTNINO DOWN AT ARTS CAR 
•ALKB. BURKKIDB AMD HAORtrr 

TttB'pOKD BKDAN CI.BAN CDS 
RtttAP I 13 B *r naaraat ot(*r 7 -iak* 

l#$ 3 “i«WRlB“ OX^RO EXrEL- 
lanl e*ndilinn 3 - 3 € 7 B 

tiltl MONARCH AOTOMATIC’ 
81 m IR 37 Carter HIU Road 3 -MI 7 B 

ijUB^IRTlBlB TERRAPLAHE IN 
foart^tbaB*. I*B 1 -B 3 BA _ 

IIM AUBTIN 'a-M rUBA-N U- 
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T* 1 # PLYMOUTH. IN PAIR RHAPl 
ARBir IMB Jan* Btr**i 4 411 * 

1*11 riTEVROLET RADIO. HEAT- 
•r Ollar*. 4 -B*#* 

•IIR. TAKl OVER PaVmENTR 
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FDR BALE- M MODEL A 
Onip* Ph*na l-IRI* b«r<tr* «N 

HOTNINO DOWN. IM MONTHLY. 
'«• AtitlM. *)M_ 3 -MB 1 ._ 

IMS PLYMOUTH SEDAN 4J MD- 
tHT, fMrt e*B«UlM PRm>*_I-)BBI 

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1BB8 BUICK RUPKN~aSOAN RA- 
«W *fMl b**Me B-BBU 

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PbM* R-IRM. 


30 -DAY EXCHANGE 
GUARANTEES ' - 
YOUR 

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No Povmenfs TIM Lote 
October 

HT4R 01TR NIWRCART DAILY 
C3VL I 4) P M FOR TODAY ■ 
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EMPRESS 

MOTORS 

900 FORT 5 T. 

Thru to View 

Phone . 2-7121 

Open Till 9 P-m. 


MEFrt'RV REDAN 
•amt 0 **rrtr|y* 


$899 


1949 


PWRD COACH PT'rtd U> 
**ll - 


TODAY'S 

SPECIAL 

C-.Mom 

I TGy rad'A i*ift tpeak- 
*M haaiar bark-up iiyh<* 
I'hipaeiiiata esnd'iinn aaiF 
AJBon# *M*lnal mil**. 

$795 

SPEEDWAY 


imc'^ FKPHVR SEDAN Snappy 
■ y JJ p«rrnrm*r Radm 


MOTORS LTD. 


$1291 


OKA *^'r'KRAKER rOLTK 
y JU Radm. •»*rdn** 


I C'b CHEVROIIT «k-TiMi 
I JJ Pirk )p h»a>ar 
f Cm O M r ',-ion Pirk- 
J& 4 p h*a*«Y 


GLADWELL 
MOTORS LTD. 

pQodoro ot 4-7911 

Ouodro 2-2111 

Meteor — Mercury 
LirKoln 


USED TRUCKS SPECIAL 

JJ>.^;i*. tliMlaa $ I Dv5U *ry haatar bark-up i|yh'« 

C 4 rHPVROl.FT tftnn Pt'ktm Imiparujat* eand'iinn aaiF 
J*4 ffydramaiH *r»n*- y- * m > c • 3# B*B *M*lnal mil**. 

baafar $I 34 j <70C 

53 ^k°r*M;?- $1166 

52 sr:rv":r $1177 SPEEDWAY 

cm DODGE I -on #ym-»n i-a-a-' 

JJr A C b»* *r $1078 MOTORS LTD 

$1063 ^'3524 

53 ^rrh'.iTa;'’'"'" $896 

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Cl MERCURY -Tm s-ym, ‘-^'^—41-1- 

Jl Piakqp haatar.. $797 m . , x. 

cm AnmN Fipy. Now on Oisoloy. the New 

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JUha*,.r $647 VOYAGEUR 

OPEN NIGHTS AT 6-Passenqer Sedan. 

v/lfTnDIA'< fully Df#Ul-D<Twtred. 

BUSI^ DEALER , c o n o . v. 

Soon available in 

WILSON I -Pfckuo and Estate Cars 

MOTORS SetTodovot 

Yates at Quadra Louis Nelson j 

3-1108 Toem tangoaho «»a»^ 

BINCK IBAT’ 

Chev. . Oldv • CodMlac n* /*bm«i ei. |.«iu. m fur«*« I 


Cl MERCURY '•-Tufi #mmm 

Jl Ptakqp haatar .. $797 

53 $742 

50 haatar M.rt Pl-kUb. 


OPEN NIGHTS AT 
VICTORIA'S 
BUSIEST DEALER 

WILSON 

MOTORS 

Yates at Quadro 
3-1108 

Chev. - Oldv • CodMlac 


I 6 b ' Htmri ’ ru«irtm _ 

I $999 

I rm DODOE rualnm Radar F-ti'd 
JU dnyr. f>»liy aqumpad H<*f>a»ny AO VAI I 
fall* Ihi* aar u « i mmm » UU 

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AQ MORRIR M nnr fVnrarUn'* 

^Y Thl» far t* In prafr fair rt* uai 

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fnr »na In* n-|.r «f $J9Y 8 tI» 4 N 

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I ^Y Mint int.' '-ommarrial rad A J I rad-» 

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1 mil Prti-a jO^Y w*nri'MV 

mm INTERNATIONAL -, 7 nn . Jl 

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A-t yal'ia em an AO <-'”rvR 

•I $249 PANFl. 

Low-Cost Speciols 47 

TV HIU MAN fMd*n ' **a , ' BEDAN 

41 WII.LVB r.'upa . la* 

!• Ptyyoimr ri»*rh i*. I toc 

PROP fH ANYTIME OPITN NtTFR jy MFK' i 

MANY MORE TO CHlWPAE PR/Hrt TUrPiR 

1030 YATES - 

PHANE i-MJj yyp ^1 

FORGOC 

BRITISH 3-5651 
AUTO CENTRE 

TRIUMPH 

Comoo 

5 1 PRKPkT iB y*ry yyiod win- 

I dii.nii. «ikh emme locm 

$375 1953 anil 

mm Bt lot Badtn Oriyma. •*■.-• ( mil 

J/ *nd lBi*M.ir •ori.aM, ma'hari- j 

iralU parfari CDOc' TQCAfTIL 

nanuir* baratin J jYj ' I YJZ $'at 

|-m MOHRIH Minna Vary I 

JU "am>aBJ |* qp*i.(« * . rncm Hfl.I.MAN 

Haa’.f $495 I Y 50 Bad*.' 

A Q VANGUARD Id*ai * c m C 
^y famijy rar $jZ 5 10 A 7 Mil 

5 1 MORRIS Minnr 4-D»*>r In lYm/ 

I *» *ll*nt ^ 

•undnioft JOYJ 7 QC 1 HTT 

f-m AURTIN A)B 4 - 0 »o Ui>* iYJi Mad 
DA m-ai-ij MPiar. Form >*• 

Ha.'ar 5 o 50 

Ca M')RKII| Minor Caarh An* lO^fi 
Jm a«nar '•*-t*n* pain* '*>'' I YmO Oya 
«arb itainra Ell mc 

haatar . J I I Yj 

n<f a drmnnt'ra'iAti anv'im* '*' 10 C*T ^'31 

T'**nr W-widrull . . 4 ?**• I YJZ V•^ 

Ln-»y O'lidi .. 3 -F 4 I 4 i , a* 

Dirk Rayhiaipb I-baw ! 

971 Votes ' 2 8141 1948 2 'd" 
LOW-COST MOTORING 

FIVE SPECIALS JAMF';r 


MOOHBTTB AUTO BODY SHOP 

OPEH TnX d 10 P M 3-4177 CoBipi*l* ••Ulalop r*p*ira 

Baintiay. *tc 

I TATia d-tiit Radiator bxrvicb and nii 

. bairy— Rapart, *«unbmtrBj fMt 8a* 
HTUION MOTORB T*l«* *l 
- QtiaiftB 

MORGAN & TUCKE^ 

CQOI 11 X 4 A I T BPLCIALfFRU LUBHICAIIOH 

COwL/ l/Vl/\l_ I Tatai at Quadra or Fhun* 3 -*» 4 I 

rf-n\/l/-*r- AITO UNA.Nt IN(i ■ 

bcKVILah »n 4 insi:ka.nck 

ooRhPR ADMiRATji AND Aufomobile Finoncmg 

BBQUIMALT ROAO AutO LoOnS 

Msathly ini-alatat piap fiaanrint 
•r Butemnbtlaa, b*B»*hbld appli- 
1 /mA/ rN^Nk 1 /A I an***, furutaf* and ««4BM*rctB> 

1 0% DOWN ar-7r-... .... 

OR YOUR PRESENT CAR S'.r". 5 L.~i’ i' 4 ? , 


ESQUIMALT 

SERVICE 

OOnnPR ADMIRATJI AND 
BBQUIMALT ROAO 


10% DOWN 


on o 24 -Month Controct 

52 . 7 i.a'?™.„. $1795 

Cl BUICK DYNAPLOW 

htr;* .. _.$i 695 

MRRri’RY DI'MP. J. #tmmr 

inn * yrt ho* $ I ZY J 

^ 9 n,rvRoi.rr .595 


A y C 7 fFVHOI PT A i aF 

4 / BEDAN RartI*. Iu»t.r$ 64 j 

I TODAT-B BFUriAL 

A y MFK' I HY AFFr\ 

47 TiiDiiR $550 

LOW-COKT. TOP-BHA?T CAflB 

WE WILL PAY CASH 
FOR GOOD CLEAN CARS 

3 - 565 ! 3-5651 ! 


JAMESON MOTORS LTD. 
Comoore Our Volues 

10A1 RIILMAN B*d*D Run 
I'JJaniv 14 OBB #imFbP 
•'ll** M I Uyj 

l 952 7 a’;rr\'lB""*'“ $895 

19501 ';:^’' $495 

\ 947 t 7 J:r'' . $495 

10<1 HTUDIBARER UhanpibQ 
IVDI Ba^ V*'. 

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I YmO Oyardnya a^fxf 

Hra.ar $795 


aulkfe dactaiefta. la' ’ 

.ontroct jsiond Pmcnce. Limited r.":," 

‘Ill Rrnad mra>4 PtaApa 4-Mll 

$1795 ' CGMFANt AND FHl- 

m A m m. r"bt>* r»f ■onaat* «t •i>*'*l 

CAR BUYERS l B»»*»»hia And will eonaidat 

A % A Fxr ft... t_, ... b-irrh*** *r a««d firrt and a*rnnd 

$1695 Sio LjL'l m«n*a**4 at aurrani dlaao.ml 

a - *" rtW-rallon* *111 racal.# 

$ 100< I!.* ' «■*• BIPORR tup proBipi i'.iantiba BaiawnMaa * 

I ZY J h«* fi._fl31 Bianthard. 

,$595 A. M TAYLOR 5 PITTAL | 

aaaf BROAD irtTlFFT Iwth tium** ar rnmiaar ia1 ptop- 


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' inn t>>7n'i ani»»*hyl*fin. *t**l m|r, 
mrrad and »*ih abfd in all laByha 

a-id 

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, I McOUADE'S 

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ATKI.Y AVAILABUI FOR 
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I tary* and aaiAil aiaotiau. «•« la- 
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I t* *uit. r**«aoabl* kbaryaa. marv 
I taya and ayraamapu purebaaad 
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ill) Brnad 0'ra*4 Plion* *-7171 

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tal'.iriy a mnrtraaa nt •l>n tb 
diirroa 'll a mnrtyiya ar *■'**• 

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IB *3 0 »'»rin'»>'nt Nl'rrt Wllfd 

WE HAYB COMFAfty AND FRl- 
raia fund* far aonaat* at ti>*-«i 
I ratra ayailabia And *i|] eonaidar 
P'lrrhai* mt a*«d fim and a*rnnd 
mnneay** at riirtant dlaaeunl 
(aiM Appiirallona *111 ratal** 
prnnpi •■.tantioa Baiawnwaa * 

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r-'iidlliun ay* itia«* w'dri ar,«| 
ii-rB'iun t« Ptirrnauar Ayarn Oiy 
MaT. bf n*an. Mnoday. Otl IB 

uar jn tKFiO roNinnoN. 

P*'l dri*n pi,m*'i' *t< Itnw a -.ai. 
hrdrnr)»a« baiamrti' nn •!> fuf. 
n*r* Bni IJBI Virinna p>*.( 


lw<h (■«»(•** ar rnmiaar lal ptop. 
art'** Hnimpt aar*i>r i i.piart W. 
B K-rkpa'.' k FjBunriai Bwraap 
t.im<'i-d. >ii4 Qovriiiibfal B'rrrl, 
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and ' cbailOf aiurtyayaa and ayraarar-t''*. 
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I 14 **(1*10 brrurili** af Vatarla Ud^ 

Bit Yala* P rr*l 4-HM 


lAR IN tKFiO rONInnoN. AB wr buy and rfil PIRRT MORT- 
Pk'i dnan pi,m*'i' *t< png • -.ai, y*i*< and ayrrornant* fnr *a|a ff 

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BOY ™0TM CARB FOB CARHI 
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UP TO illMa TABH FOR XMB 
h*m rat i tai 3 37d7 

PANCI PlCRffp OR CAR AROUND 
*4d8 Caib PO Buf IM, Vtriwria 

Ut BOATHbihJ »IAKIN£ 
KAf.K and 
WA.NTKO 


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Pr'vaia m*A*p avallab.* fnr b'*'R 
fitil and aar-md fP'ir'taa** 
ta'i M nrai'hwait* Pihtn'<*l B'lr* 
yrr Ltd.. 1)34 Ofryarnmapk Bk 
4 «VI$ 

wni roNtymiH prRrwABE np 

f r»i Pioritayrt at f*-. dfarnqnt. 
■ ' <Pilra fr-m Mr Pnpa 
KBR * mPHKAMJN LIMITED 
4 4137 

■RT MTHtT^AOE AT »Sm. fyitf 
rvpiimanti W* havt riian-t aim- 
trvk ta I'lrrhai* 3nd •‘'"•••yra. 

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na R 'It 


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i'r hp i.'ti ;o •»•»■*• H*» chaaar. K Amay. li4«iGa*i 4--4iJ. 


1952 

1948 


M'lRRtB Oltard Rr.Gft 

. $895 


U"patu'*d 'rq-.r** Ji»*r tha aaipf 
my nr *«'t)iiiiiic* t* tamp'r r 
Ray.. ar pu « t'tAnab 

A «i«a-aa*i *• 

IAF7 OF 7HB NF.AIN'N 
IIA»0 ENtrINF «P*J 1*L8 
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AliRTtV 

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■OPEN FRIDAY EVENING* 
TTU. I P M . 


cm WILLYB 4-*b**| dfik* nna. ' 
JZ 'tir pi'kup kruri ari<* a r I 

rrdtM^*' $1545 

cm AUniN A-44 REDAN Ihraiy 
JU t'-n'li; «n Rim ra- d^aC 
fmrd'K'inad T*MXnr J04j 
cm AtliTIN BEDAN iha famnu* 
JJ Ramarrai pindai a < imc ' 

Ilka n** J 1 TT J 

C'N CORRm. BEDAN loah |l »tar ' 

5J *•*» ...* $]]95: 

-m AOVriN A 4 * PANE! DS- 
mY LIVERY ‘mart app*aCAbra 

■whanfraiiy d m * c 

r"*« . 5 j 4 j 

MASTERS 
MOTOR CO LTD. i 

WTUI-TTB * AOmN DEALER | 
m FROHS S.IMI 


JAMESON motors J 33 B rh,.. 
LTD. j 

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TRY 

NEWPORT 

MOTORS 


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cm fHEY 


aiMt., •rariiny 31H 

IBM 1 bp l.auahB air-anaiad 

•uihaa'4 lilt 

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ifirmaid 147 M I 

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*im ana **y rlutr-li IIT M 
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ANOUB MAPtNF RALU ANp 
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OP MFRCURV MOTriRB 
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LIMITED 

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LECKIOdtHr IViU-l 
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au fdrnar* fail aa«*cn«ni arttr- 
Ni l*ri>|t Pull prt.-* Ill.aM M; 
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Ltd , 4-1144. arai 3-iOU 


OAK RAY. 3 VKAHH OLD. J* 
Mdr«*n< tiom* liaroiaand tlMti. 
aubMiauc Mil boat 4lJ IM Vbuua 


COSY BUNGALOW 
Reasonable Teims 

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aa'* paraa* ami fonu*>uj 
wrr imaMiliai* poitrition Hraii-; 
and on .'..ya liteludfd dzcrvrt 

A.aiBC pr r $6500 

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$9450 


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r*tc baacn.rat, r.>i] and a-i<Nf t .r- 
•'AT* iio»a ta at ll«f Ba.flinri; 
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EXCLUSIVE LISTING 
FAIRFIELD SOUTH 
TWO BEDROOMS 
OIL AIR-COND. HEAT 


M KXC If.WOE RFAf. 
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P'ar*old 3*D*drca>nt N II A kwac 
Baaamrr.t. dtiy«*ut |a,aci fruit 
iraaa Oanar ir«**aa r*>y lomt* 
duu pata*««Wfi Pu'.l |<r. a oar 
lid.OS rti»n* VUIT, IM» Cadar 
AP*nua 


BUNUAlAlW. 1 TEAHB OtAl 3 
Infrudo •. J.Plr.f : ...in with (Irf* 
p.a'« aU braUr |uf* a .lb bwoac 
t->3M 


A t AROE BEAVTIVTL VIEW LOT 

• raid* ll.fOu' in uc« •ubdiv.atoa 

• ..fptiitc witn aonia <i»n la «t* 
rhann u dun panB>TtL aa ifU* 
t'ttiiinad raffB'it praptrcy ar du- 
plf< !a laud dUUHl. AUa atU 

.1 .. •«. I.*(.ff Itri 4 *f f 

TMnt buBfilaa PUbm pbona Eay 
Rmub. Wt>urn Hutnra Ltd 3-1114, 
■ vfl. •1311. Boon ai poaalbl* 


P*a'i. a:t» n*w 1 rrv in tlu*.., pi.n- 
f« iia buUl ut U*a (Inrtt tua'roai* 
ti.ru. ,<iitful Hardaood titwr* I.. •" 
ruuBit NpIrnd.d htah patonFl.l 
a. a driir-iu farac*. HM-air '.rat 
•ua Ektiwtri lb B*a :*o irtvid 
duirM 14 7M r*qwlrrd lu Itabi'.* 
ih.a la*»:« baiar aud #11 ClfVY 
full pri. <■ aakfd ) I I 
Mi H;i! 3-mi £px 3*7»l» 


n,HbE ?i|U)P AM» 
b.u. ■, a ita bur twr 


•man luut y*ar.al4 'I'lrro r> :r.(B* 
I..* In lalrlifUJ t Biiett d:>triri. 
cl '• ta ■ rabipi.rtai ion and »iar*». 
Uar,- #v nu.’iu t-.-ijac a, 
I. r.l ba'. ' : 'n #‘.J kiirnra ruuolrr* 
t..p« tii'Bfd rvoipu* roam a.'h 
r.' )gh#d in fi'cpiarc Pulip f*nr*d 
L” ia»iu at frwt and rrar af 

$ 12,200 

A. .an Uuirh, ctfuioia J-IUI 


OAK BAT. MODERN V-MOMU 
bunfaloa fall baMmao' ail i'*ai. 


HIGH QUApRA 


i'a> til',* niiy* id iipiiud 
buiBft rnd rtN.>*:iia larg* Jivinc 
P.im IhrFHiib-lii.l plan. *,*i»rn 
kitcti*,. aiib illnind tparr, tao 
bedrcuiit and fu.ir-Dt*<* Daibrmim. 
lull o***m*nl aim ftrai* *ic 
P'l • anly i>Md t.f*« 4-Mf4 
Ba»h* * To.1*f Aminx. 3 1131 


liO.MR AND RTVEM e 

TP row ARE r.-rmesTbn i% 

RrBCIAUT.kn liuRTKTjLTUIlE A*» 
A BOURri tip AtiurruiNAu i.s- 
OIMP YOlf WILL rNJxV THE 

ATMuBrifEKS ,QP Tina n».at 

PROPIHTY rfpiRATTNn WirR. 
nftr rrjMprjjTinN winf > • 
iiumo PossiRii.mo pur 
PXPAV niOW A rfiMPORTAHr * 
WE1J..8KII r Bt’NMAlOW !«PI’4 
RATE riAHA'iP xttlrtSl" >’ tr ' 
AND AN APRS (tP NMUKAl 
riHOUMlP < AJI. J n 
rVM '.ai*d OK TAVtOH .ri; 
TAL. 4 7f*t 


Fine Fomily Horne 

Tbli la**iy l*niiHarH i>urr« bu 
J'.a anil 3'c y*arr md 8t(u«', 
'■<Pl\ IprBliniy IB rli.iT* 
dirirUt Ail tp*. .uii« 
larc* v|*« •l),di>** tl,r..,.h 

aMdarn •■•cirtr llirn*n Pwii 
katvairai rnttpiy D4u:nt pi 
tiunailp arp mult h'.mr t)r.i 
tararr t an.l\r ««. i*n P 
phuu* a Pnkhtrd 4 t)(i. y-j 


3-KOOU PAMILY th.UB OAK 
Bat J bmiruumt. rtfa <arac*. na 
batfmrni oaa«r 3*3d}4 .Na ifenu 
fa «(>•) Irffr 


Pl’I I 1' PUR-NtSMCU REVENUE 
pmdu.mf hnmf. aii| Mraant* far 
r r«* ’!•* fu'.r nr ftyf-raacn bun* 
f«i*v Paan* c Elford aad f. 
W.u.,i« il Ki»( Rfalir 3-31 II 


CAREY ROAD DISTRICT 

t*'jBt,ia ’ !•, 11. -raw’ll V"l>i*i"* a 'f 
I'rtflf aaiditi. (nut lr««i, •<«' Pari 
b*rftn*n: t)ii rij • 'ifa' iitg hrai ttifti 
knaiiwn. am*i air*ri n*ai 
bich«a> IJral fur o,ui>i* H t'<a 
a .1 rtandl* and » dOCn 

p.’ua i«trd anlp jAtjU 

• C«- I'l.irf Litt.iii . 

Ml IliU i llEI. !.«»• 3-3»l> 


l*<W<l 13 3M DOWN MT TOtUIE 
UPP I'PliAH HIU. UROM ROAD 
BY OWNER PUTABANT DIB* 
TRICT. AUONO NEW IIOMRI IS- 
DtVIDUAtXV .ATYI-EO HANUBr>UE 
m.'Ceo BUMOALOW TWO .REIl- 
ROOMS. PfU. BABEMKNT UfUVK- 
IN OAEAr.B HARDWOOD PIKKpRA 
Mali UVLNU ROOM. nilK* 
PLAfTt rABTNPY RntTMETr, 
HPAVr WlRINf*. ELECTRIC llOf 
WAITR HEAT AND BTUVE. 
lIKDur tjAWNfl IN PRONT A.NO 
IttUS nu BROAUUEADE 


EXCLUSIVE 
HIGH SCENIC AREA 
ULTPA MODERN 


WILL FXl HA.NOB a ROOM OLD* 
*r f him* in Kamiiwapc (or 
• >mii*p nnm* in Vinaria Pat par* 
'■rw'ci't ph.ta* 4-IPM 


PEACE AND WUIKT. IfTVCCO BUN- 
|alu« aa > lan'iacapfd Uta Aaia- 
aiBtir brat aad nraC'.- fcit.nfn 
Pban* B 44M Na aa*nu 


Pul|-baaam*nt VuMa u« at 1143 
Vularia A’*nu* NtfUt rtpiir* 
Yara'i 144 A |•••d Ipcatiaa Pran* 
• My varani ^ lutir ln•pacll0o 
Prict la.iaB. ^*a>* nu tbail** 
Ainu,* . . Han. k-mirr UU.. 
3-3101. iuyi.Bi* ml ilk. 

OWNER LEAVfNn POR TUE^OLD 
cauntry 11 allrriny ihli 4-tuom 
•pdii*rf bnnratoa ai a aarrifira 
PtlH <*mrnt boMmeni and (urtiaia 
very B'adtni a uiin, aad i.a ii- 
room. r:e U«oil cardmi and aa 
tdral apot fnr a toupla. T*rin« 
•IpaA Mr. Laind Etr* t*l4ai. 
Batn* and Tadtr Atancira 3*1131 


HICKS 

REALTY LIMITED 


retire HERE 


ta*c* In* room tiurrn btenfain*. 
»<>•- .*a' mU HuaiiuwO tlituurh 
hiit’. ai'.li ilramiM bardaecid 
Ui.r’ii Ibrwwihuul l^la ita«<4 U 
dr’ifrif'l to rupplr fraelau* llrln* 
• .III ihf lra*l «tf'.rt. Hi* full 
dailiiM ba*.m<‘iii ha* an air-rna* 
dtUxard autoa.allc fumaca that 
ai*'> .a, ,1ft h>al in a 33-l>N]t rrr* 
l*«n-.nal r.aai |ia-i «l ahi>h 
C'lu'd nifplr a third IttdrAoni if 
AX. ltd MatrlilAf laiai* atiai-hfd. 
lan.Uiaprd pti.pany ilu** to all 

ViriVrmt*^*' $12,900 

Mr Wt.D«ni|d. tr*t. 3-llil 


7 1 ACHrs wcerr saank-h ruau. 

4’, :-t'-rn houM Will tiihaac* far 
xty ixtRu* ptnprtlT 1 3MT 


IIMO DOWN. ArTRACnVt MOD 
•rn k'wyrg fi.u, "hint buoaalua. N* 
bat*Bttn> 1*BB31. * 


Willows 

B>r*p"nna)lt III.-* riyc- rnam h«ia* 
F.»rrti><4 lata'.im rluat la ail r<tn- 
vrAi*rirra PVa'ur** dai,i.-i.*i 
linna int.ra tti't'--..-* dlninf rnmn, 
• «» ari' U'Ui P*dru'’nu la>g« car>< 
tnrt a.'.'iiti) Pull l>.ali bairin'ni 
drivf n aa’aa* Puily imo.*', < 
1.1* 'aifi uuar till* tf-rocn 

Atk.n* $/950 

IrjBit arranffd 

P,*at« K MaiNaoia'a 

4 «nt j-iiMd 


SPECIAL 

OUADRA AREA 


r ; Mat 

N 4 BAY BtOHK 


AT ONRTE 

PTVB SmTES P1.UE TWO RTORIS 
in iimi.-a tuborban caormomal 
'•nJt* ,(*| ,* 133 MB' t« rarbaiita 
far d’an'own raaimrtrlal praparty 
la 1H40B A a*nuiM* r*bu**.’ far 
owl af i.’fm ’ll*'.. m*ai* rail AT 
ONCE ('ml I. K RiFk. 4 BBM nr 
1 »yj* Nar'lia*«i*Fn Bfcurlti** 
1.14.. ill Yai*i Btr*»l. 


>N>K BALK 4 RxUUH UTll.trV. 
balh. full ba«*a>a»>t Ln«*ly yi*« 
.Nw airnx ptaaaa 0-3M4 


EKA PROBTAOB 

On* af th* bfti lararioii* an lb* 
Arm aiinia M minat#* cily t*nit*. 
IB mlnuta* airport, fit* mlnulM 
gaff efub. fitbinf at doar tM-ta«l 
im frantaB*. taf* am boraa* . a** 
(iualao vilb IS acraa. oailva tr**m 
garden maay a4bcr f*alnr*« Mad* 
• ro *(D*bullt bancahrw. fli* raataa 
ahi« tbr*a*rMm caciag* 0«ti*ra' 
hraltb only rraaon far »rllLBa Tbit 
klad of prapTriy I* hard to g*t 
Call Mr rumry P N Cabakta. 
t td . 3-3174 ar 4-lUH 


V»'f •rirarl.fr (>in, rm.m c","ra 
bii'.fai.ia la intma ',.a-* . .’..dii >t>n 

t '.iih (•■•id* and Du< All ymi hata 

n d« l« ma** la ^Uk (tat»*a«ian 
a.trn EarfUrai irrou. Murry far 
inu ba„..n 

P:*a*a a«k (wr Ur I tainn 
Bffc 3'3i:> Day 3-1117 


GROCERY STORE 


UPLAMJE. 31tP HEKDN ETKSXT 
Ul"a-<ne4*r... Ibtfr-Vfdrooai bun- 
>a..i« liaMB 3*Ki«« 

dAMOl RAV~gTM DOWN. Ct.On 


■ Viitafia lu.'MOiAa Iitr rwvn 
.•<>n« uuarirTt w* ’(i. afl*r but.* 
.’fall «i kvaOB Uuiwtiing «(uc.t, 

$ 13,600 

I •4a' *iih tai.i* trxnt an pr»p«'- 
I* Mr K.'kt I'Aliii aaytuii* 


lUUACULATB PIV'B • YEAR • OLD 
llya-ronm buncalua. fully intuiatad. 
AUa baa full Baarmanl »llb dri«»* 
In garagt Eiirbca rana* U In* 
Ciudad la prKa of U.MB 4’t*« 
martfai* at g&d par montn incluti«i 
tayy* P'.fBt* call R. uaa at Bata* 
•rui-i ■ l*7|g|. r«a }*7II4 


(>*n*r 4-3BIB 


RniK-ROOM MODEliN BUNuA- 
1«* Apply 3143 Prwr ac phuna 


SWINERTON'S 

(Eilabllthcd IMBI 
«7B BRODURTON BT 1-31BI 

$1500 DOWN $1500 
FAIRFIELD 
BUNGALOW 


AND NOW 
IT CAN 
BE TOLD 
—AND SOLD 

BBCAimE-* 
rr IS IN OAK BAT 
TUS PAICK IS RIUHT 
AMD rr IfAS BVERYTHINO 
You COULD WISH PUR 
1NCLUD1NC1 
IfVINO ROOM. 3«il» 


TAXI AXHVICE 

Tag 1141 mad*.* and '.n* •*<r«h* 
pa**fOf*r lincouiin* • ' 
fnuippf’i ButUix* aprrf*.i i.i 
■ i\ ruiTi h.wi* an pcuiirriy ibruii.n 
lnr''i<i*i «i,a t* *quibr>rd far ■■ i ••■r 
y*aair». 4l* p-imp at’d pn»*i» 
lank Air rxiti ai and h«'*l r..n- 
Cftant Mail acitani ami al'iin* 
conoart I*. film* f»* irn« f'l ' 
pMp* 13BMa lUclujIt* agri'l 
0•■r<l<rn HuUn* Ltd . Btin*?. B C. 
Phmia IM 


54 LISTINGS C.\NCF1,L£D I 


VIEW ROYAL AECLUOrD HBAf 
bui Map feur-room bunfolaw. arp# 
rata £■(■•« larta ira*d Ui. 3-lTbi 


FINANCIAL 
SURVEY LTD 


31TB dXLWVN HOAD BOIXJ BT 
W A Lud^oar PI*aM pbnna ai if 
ywa h«*a a r*aidca<*. #r rerraa* 
piapaciy far aa.a W« ha»* caab 
• nd **pai <U*n'r aaiUat- All (ar 
Ur Ludla*. 3-T3TI 


NEAR UNIVERlimr HTHOOL 
KHA -* 3 EBDROOM.'A 
Matt allrarilya Hanr plan In a nir* 
• •rnoan aiucca buncaloN. lortaly 
larg* U*liiB roam and iiiusg inaot 
Pvmbroh* kalhrnnSi and a dream 
af a UttMn *ir*il far rint* Auta* 
matw til heat, na atep* drtta-ln 

I iri^ nond Intia PaU ptir* 
I MB. Plwoa J Pfaraun. 4-3I4B 
datr 3-1BII rr*a. Ikland Intrit- 
B>»nt Co L(d 


MUrr BELL 

Immad.aia peuraatua tntmif’ilala 
ftar-roam Mucra btincahia Eatra 
ro«m Itt fall ba**«i*al. Hot-aat*r 

h*au oaparata garaga. Spaciuui 

graandj la anrubA laana and fruiU. 
gj.aad U.MB da*D Jtn Quadra 
SlIMl 

II. IM “DdwN“pAMn-Y“HO»dE. 
nc«ly d*coraird. ramnt and aalk* 
ing ditlanr* to tuon f*ur lore* 
an«t wn* «atil>r brdravm Rri-« 
IT.lOB Ta *!«• pkaa* call. Mr- 
Jobntion. 4-BOV4 or 3-441) Nanb* 
• ■■"rra Baturrir* Ltd gn Ya>m 
8tr**t 


Ilf fll* crnir* 
larr* (urn***r 


LAKOB (UCCLUUCD MOUSB. ONE 
ar t otf lota. Oancr. BM Hrwpnrt 

POUR-Robu” BUMOALOW TWO 
UU wilit fruit troft. t-lBBt. 


3M4 QUADRa bold BY THB 
Tortahiia Cwrpuratiaa Ltd W« 
o*fii lltlinr* Cllfoia •biting 


SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX 
SELL OR EXCHANGE 


7 * RDTrtd BUNOAUIW. 3 RKU' 
room* ErquimaU duiiict. i-tm 


MODERN CITY CAFE 

i4i4 R< tm-lv<finc b-cb-' om *au,p* 
m ii> inrw««heu( Amnii ill QOB 
■ ,'i’««fr *«r, rontraiii lataifd 

l^kr g,*r tamerrn, J20.000 

.Ur H'rr*. TTIVI InyUmf. 


Quiet alrfft hoar Vhnalt m.i 
• t’l-M Sit raomi rl*riric liirh*.. 
Pull baaecne'’' Puriitx (iaragr 
Italanr* a* rem. 

Yuli prl,f $8950 

Mr Cat. 3*7111. Rrr J 7BI4> 


i‘>*ROUM BUNUALOW. EtJUTTRIO 
range, refrigera er 3*2til 

PIVB-RxoM BTlircO. OOo6~blB- 
■ rtrt ITBM iftaM 3>dl BaJfoar. 


3313 WlC*XLOW ST SOLO BY XKN 
B-jrgfsn Tawn (b Country Kamei 
Phai>* Uaunirt 3-733i ar 7-I&BB 


UrE-NSED PREMrURA 
f>na nf tbe trlai-d • mnU 

popiilar be*r P4i!>*< Bh.<*i,<g •• 
rrp'.innal hifh r*venu* Larte at- 
trar'ir* building aft 
rap*ritp "f iifer 4B0 . Piingr 
yri ’ait pay all u'l’l’ r* T^.t it a 
r*«t prapnt'iian at 1131 pud Ta 
handle llidB*, baiapre ar't.-igr« 
l-T lur'her I'ltximiMw'’ r*,, .< 

If't W B Wa«,'i.«:-,'. «7llada.< 
i 1444 ry*i li.ap I Inv**iment i .. 
Ltd 


AUrpettra »ide-by-A>da aiarra du* 
pJ*>. IB m.niilea f,am iHy crnira 
Ptatnrra fiu* llfiAg roam, lira* 
pla.-e, ntr« illrhfo d.tit dlflfit* 
aparloua l«droo«B Pratbmk* barb* 
rmm oak tloare, utfiiiy raiim. 
b«t-«al*r hfalinf ppiideiia tid* 
lame, double gviage 0"i aid* m - 
MittHd by e«n*r. *pr>oaii* aUa ar* 
«upi*d by larit* lenant elnra ran* 
•Iiu-trn *1 laB pe, month. W.ii 
•«u or fi.napif ft modern hnn- 

• aixa taitii tiij* g, 1,^,. yrun 

$12,600 

P U Wlillama, • BMl, Re*. 4 MI7 


• lih puiura 
I aindub and ii>amei mirr><r. 

' oufM Uia •lining rowi. 

I 3 bedroome <1 ai'b «ail*ld*»all 
! raii-r'ing 

Mwoern •lactrlr klirhen. 

RUMPUS Rr>OM Mail vtib (Ir*- 
plar* *n,l Iwrnera heating 
EXTRA PLUMBlNa IN BASEMENT- 
A'"', nf raurae ui| Hraiiog. laauia* 
ii»i> ',•( (lodnag, ate. 

Baiemriit garage 
ft'LI.Y I.ANOMCAPED aanfen 
rt-EAH rm K n, tenrrau* U>m* ta 
rxpuntib.e pun hair r 

pVr'" ... $15,950 

i s Dodtaan E**a. 3-MJB 


WA LISTINGS WANTK1> 


PiOR BALE- EKTELLEKT CTTT 
PlVE-ROCild BnncCO BUNGALOW 
AT till PANDORA— TWO BEO- 
ROOBU ICOOLO BE THRIEi. OP* 
PKIUI WaL BE COHKIliEKCD ON* 
PULL PRICE OP IB BM GOOD 
TKRMR ROBERT MtTCHBLU 
CARE OP UARBY POSTER LTD. 
3I1BI 


POR SAIK B7 
AVenu*. IBOOB 


WE BAYS BUTERB POR OAK 
Bay, Jamea Bae and SnaDlcB 
haaiia Tour ilauns •lU ba tl«as 
prompi aUentM. 

OBORUB iMHDAtt. LfUTTED 
13BB DoUBlaa Etreei ^i*liaB 

WE NPEn LIBTINnS RADLT IN 
an duirlet* Pleaaa eantaci Mr 
rlarke or Mr iiaual Hrown Brna 
Aproriea Limiiad. 1131 BlaiMbard 
•irret 3-III3 nr eyening* B-14i1 


6-SUITE APARTMENT 

• 117 I' Jcmi riah' tor ••■nn-reiinng 

• ud a rn-.’i ,mng Uni* aeim 

t»ar« > Id Puur Ped;*;-): up, 

turnl'hrd. aod lau «*lt-co<i- 
tainad timr-ruam p4u< dawn, alut 
cne vine lucnlehrd OH beating 
and .a nix 'andiiion Thil U »i- 
reiirat id.r and aril |Fv*a'*d 
(m<Hl ’er..- it da* rr-ift CAA 


$2400 DOWN $2400 
Monihiv PovTTienrs $50 

NEAR JUBTtJCE MoepHal Pamlly 
bom* A( eight raami lit yer* m,* 
randi'iua Ideal (or (anlly ar 
rrvenua in rbia *T'*:i*„t r*nllng 
dltTlr- t34M du*n tQertn 

r<m pri'* m.iy $04UU 

Mr Hulland. J-TIH Re* 4 It)# 


- TWO PUR ONr* 

T«a aider reeenua bou»e« ao apt 
>M. (aud Inra’ioo Ideal for banu'i- 

man Could be *err gaad re«mu* 
piaKer* ar privaia dveinagt 13 OM 
dawn, full ar * fur ba-b tliadi 
PRA.BBR. SIBTor I7i YiiCt Si 
l-bali 


Nil IKtWN payment 


DUPLEX— FAIRFIELD 

T*‘, Jux I «... r, Iwgr I'Fom. earb 
CMR finer* Ha**f?*etH PQCAA 
No'tiiitg like u al dODvV 
WH NfCItOUl. 4-1137. rNKS I 


POOMINn HOTBE 
Rr'|idnt:n<e per*od« miv purcha • 
al' rarnithiagt and galnc rm,re>n 
fully mate ' dim tnrue e *1 ii'g 
laaMhly EixUrrM liwatian, a*!*- 
lag dialanr* M man Heart mMidl- 
tian force* *ale Suaitaniial ainn'ii* 
if pnymeiu* and fund <r*dii rating 
Trquirad Pb<m* 4*BB4t Pull price 
B3.BM llauM, na> inriudeA. U 

y**ied l«r IM iDonlbly 

Bertl<e fUatlda Ru* or*> 17 
A dandy grnrery. |« aoq pin* *<n<b 
Dn\]|i** Street reanung b'lMnr** 

1V*M 

CUT Centre rfiianrant, II 4)n 
Ci'T remrr n'ircng «t gur-i hfcn.r 

•3iim lermi 

Berd [iim 4. A au*|nr«e long 
ea'ablMtied ao'ae ,*,«<« 

P Mar. on. 1 111* »ie« 4 4iM 
P S • ahx.''. 1 0) UU H,»a'l Ri 
Vi/'nria nr 


iMMBoiATB poasBaaioN 
' Slt-raam Buodalu* 

WlUHB •almag dliiance to rtntrt 
af city near tcbMlj. »tar*a. bub. 
A «e]i*butii bungilow tn laq’.leii 
rnnditioa rampriitng «i» n»am<. 
baHitoom, Mtranci hall, fiiepiare 
ba*coieat. furnice, aatonaiir heat, 
lo* UTf* inunedlata ncxipincy. 
PRICE 17 OM TERMA 
L M RUHBVEAB B CO LTD 
till Lintley St Pbon* 4 MM I 


A CUME-IN BUNGALOW NEAR 
•rhoeii. kUirrq, buv Paur raaiR* 
and bathtnam. larg* livii’f rvan. 
aiii.'T tonm. furna’‘e fireplaie. 
laundry tuba, nue kiunrn gaiaar. 

f rvMi garden a**nrird truU tirr* 
o« tate» 14.3M llaif cath. Ho*r 
year C*> . lilt Lantlav 81 4-M41. 


Owner Tronsfefred 
$2000 Down 
Fort Street Area 
^d-Mile Circle 

Atlrarllv* B-yanoi buBgaiuv r# 
yeqrei **t* baai runiiruit.ian apirk 
•nd *000 ’naide and nu* pail 
(onireto baaedtent, au'-omauc bra' 
dnie-.o li-aie tTprrl'y !an,l- 

$9995 

fi’f fn0nihly pinami- 
A B Sarher 4 BIB) Bet 1 7B7I 


WANTED TO BUY, POOR OK 
ti>a*tr»>m buntalav tn itt* Oorga* 
b irntii'e nr Mount Vie« dUtriri*. 
trf-'aren DIMM and B3 tSB all rath. 
Itntevrar Cs . Ill) Langtry 4 MMI. 


FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 
Hot-Woter Heat 

t'P'iBd down d’laler <.rur be* 
Pa'k bua, •rlMtal* r>< a 1 
dr'u a'r'l •pltnJiif xeyri-ur .i 

S84C 

Mr Ca* 3-7IBI Ra* I-IIM 


LICENSED HOTEL 


OAK BAY NQRTH 
QUALITY BUNGALOW 

rORTIfi; RITTREO COUPIJt c»«y 
Inui-vear-old laa-brdmm bunga- 
lu« a itraet af fo«d biime* 
L'Ting room u n,B«eBMnt aU* •Hh 
fireplaie 1," plan dining rr-nm 
Tbraagb hall plan Bmari raninet 
kilchra PuM coarrete baiement ha* 
il.iraga area OH be*: (|y>*r-in 

ga.’tge Ekcrilert IhtV »rdr<i h*« 
'.i,mi»rr at l••l■t lr*r* 'Tliia enllr* 
p'UprrtT • in IB'F'ac Mltie rundr- 
llvii A rrv i,«r.*r a'luldn t •oenti 
a i.'Tir ^ , ev ArvA 


Boormon Investment 
Co. Ltd. 

Bid V,s« sweet 3-7134 


.341 H> Oa Vanxiuver l«iam1 and 
ai.h r.anaxte Inr abwwi 00 i>4irai.. 
areraimg TB keq* aid 4M ta-e* 
*rr m«n>h plu* e*'ra* Ykiie >■ a 
ewKl *>,.inil prapuaitlan and r "d 

• idrtrd 'Vrr.'""' -168*000 
Mr Hi k>. 3-3I14 annime 


Main illOH QUAmA. <r.'nrr 

•r> I’lltflA aiDangil imi: ireea fi»r* 
roam bungbiaa Pull baaement. 
DMJbtf ICKulatlon f*r*fr« m Ta>e« 
tIOI A*u*aa i.’rrr' iium fill irll 
treed park About I* BBS «ill handle 
3-«BB4 


WITH 


RUCXCLIPPB. QUBBNSWOOn 
arta LY oanar to buyer only Mod- 
ern ranch uip« buniala*. li* year* 
aUL hnrd«ood flaor* U>inv|ho«t. 
1 tadraomi. pertaeier on heat 
Raou'Uul ••* yte«4 fraoi ail lieing 
rao«u. aree** ta be*«n. arrt't mad 
theiierrd boat anrhotaie **0 
yardi dietant PIrm priea |!),7M. 
balanra pre«eni morigiie 11 BBb. 
aia'iabl* lamiB Par appoHiimn.t 
phiiae 7-llBi 


RITHET 


A. BERNARD 


HIGH OUADRA 
$2500— Down— $2500 

tmmediaia pntMttiAa af thl* •<•• 
aiwaxiia «•«■,., bungaiea At* 

• harming r<wima a.’,, oat liunr* 

• htaughaal rui baiemen. dr|**-ia 
B*rag* •u'omvic M.i l,*it Very 
.e.;r.Ma d.HMM J,0.500 

Ur M'.. aad. 3 lilt. Rea 4 34*1 


I ADIES' DRESS SHOP 


PAIHPIEU) — klOd CABU WUL 
glie you pa**e*l«ei at *a up-an't* 
dnan duplex J'* room* and ba'h 
up flu* raom< and MUi <l••ll 
Must *eU ttu« ••ek Bergain *i 
14 »M Call Jara nman. * lU* 
e«eail)gt 4-4B1B PeaibeMoD llnxnla 
Lid . m3 Ouferr.meni IK 


m CO LTD. 

am Pi>n sxeet 4-ai3d 

Urmurr V'. "ir a Real b'ata Board 


«*4 N Th'i- t' a golden •’opn,’',,’- 
• 'T 10 ciTc »n ynu, oan aad h«- 

I.* 1 rA’iid M d<vinPA I' X ar'< 

'. .■*■•<! in I he ,'*T iiFMid ’..'noix 
i. .• Oanrr rn '"a it... 1 a>‘- 

r's|X ai’n’il ga >iiri !■ i. *ll 


NHA NHA NHA. 

O IM t» II OB# Down 
On dei.ghifat lota o« a blgn loca* 
• urruunded by aak Itte* and 
h, iix* *iih mnuRtain rten. and 
1 <r«t 10 IM (eet « d* ae Oder 
Ui"a m'M)r,'t raiiih rttl* dtraln 
i ..ii. I They hate plate (la** v'n* 
111)** frnm f.i*nr ta r*iiiMga 
retted enuii)'* «( mah'.aauy L* 

• htpci] iirurtura •I'h mr'al ii'*<ir 
gaiagr. larga living roam pa&eiiad 
III mi'"igant pifvnad aiih a 
Human '.la flreplaca There ara 

• J.re* badra-'raa attb r^-a«ai^ run* 
iMiaidv nine trim bathroom with 
a b'lit' la vne tile eink kitrhea 
I* lln.ilteil in arbarii* add ip«- 
riBu* fuU'*ired alHi'y riOtn auto* 
matte pariaietrr heating Bull! by 
nr# e( VNloeia'a he*t ronttar'O'* 
Pb.l fiiie* uB la 111 3M Par cam* 
pine deiailx rnntnrt Mr L V. 
Sau'xier* OlympM Home* 3344 
Daufla* Bi^> Phant 3-BllT nlgblk 
nr B’lnday* 't' 

A eery hire ham* «Uh 4 beiulltul 
(ar-nn fruit t»re* aa'er poal. 
•taubl* garage and Mira mi tn ei- 
r utiTt area Three bedramaa lira* 
'iTint fonm arid dining mam. den 
t.|.< p-.i,h and hig hiirhr I ai'h 
et'*a paniry Plea** ronlari Mr 
I V Saunder* »344 Iiauglat Bt , 
>.r phone 3 1317 nighu at Ban* 


SELL OR TRADE 


MUST BE SOLO 
YOUR OPPORTUNITY 
OAK BAY, SEA VIEWS 

REAL YAJdlLV tfOMB 
I LAHWR H'MrUB 4 BCDKOfjUS. 
I>KN NUMHUN R,X)U. 4 BETB 

rit uniNo OIL HW heat y* 
> AR OAKAOK CAAll 1X*WN 
I’AVSirNr A AEPONUARY CON* 
NIdKKAttON IT) KfKJ'UNBIBlJt 
n-H(-HAHKH IMMETHATE PW4- 
rf84HOY. EXTRA PBATUKKN, EE- 
ITLIJINT VALUE 
Pnr f'lr'.he* lalaamallua rill Ur. 
M*:-I>er. llx 4 i4>4 


MR WHYTE 4-4IJ1. IVBS J.BI33 


Mikk BUITK 

P’'i* a *lea.lr ini'.uie mI I3.’T t»»r 
nii.nlh Iram Ihl* |l■>>l•a^ul•l• re> 
fitue pinpe.l* I<-’*'e.| ri.-* 

('•Ktrai fail and I'li** t-ii’. >*'••< 
IltneM "'inpali i.atier 'n re*'*» 
Clear HIP Oru^t ’•»"•• . he •• 
tamed f-ir re' anie pur.ha’e-' Be.' 
rA« <*i,>e<i I'.rAf r .nm . one- . ••ii'e 
Th'4 lx grind v*l>.r An r«el.i.i«e 
|l*"ne Tn iieqi -all 14* W.'*i"*"n 
a( Alf're 14411 evrfl'Ke* * BTil 
PPABEP RHunr. »M YArii «T 

rniEST OR Nl'I’>‘I‘«» limif 

V'.’"'.- hi I,....- '•Iliili'"^ 

tnnf e*4(hti<hed *ne*l hnifi* I" 
Ire** (>4»er >enr’i>( Pu.!> (',rn*l> 
•d mndeta hra'iMful greutui* acl 
h'llldihg Hi' oater nil hraimt A 
•oiHlertal lU*** ham* but •* * 
S"r*ing boma ini* .a.mi he a gnlx 
mine near M’ :• ar 'eMKi p . • 
B31MB. P Mti'Otil 1-1K4 Eve* 
4-<«r) r N Cabtidu Lid 1313 
Bread Bi 

rupirx 114 »M 

BMe be*»i«ie •ni'd in'^'lnieni al* 

niMi n*a atreiieni a 

Miirra fin|*h. '•> •>.*>, !«<,. riNttm 
t«a-hadlo«m «.|<i«*. au' "natir nil 
heal, refrigyra"'! ana eirr'iie 
aka>f OruM reveS'ie tion# Clnaa 
in Id'll (ef relrnnent mie.t- 
Bieni Terma arranged for 
parikula'i ,a,i Ur Mnu*t'>'. 4 hill 

•r Rea. 4 :m 7 34oiiba*»'era 

Berurl'lM ill Ya'e* 


l-raaoi «"•„• tp(tii*b4inga'"a In 
.ottdKinn •ich full batemeai 
a"h II w btaiing Cloxe fTex- 
Ih’.’f Prire r i- |« BOB Will 
rni.’ide' xinaa bunfaUi* a* part 
pl'tiienl 

Huy giU, 4-«]d) Re* 4-JJIB 


OUTSTANDING 
OPPORTUNITY 
UPLANDS SLOPE 

A'lrartlea xcial-Uungakie In et.e* 
ieiit eoiidlUa>’ Pit* briaiii ’ "'tn* 
•«•■ and luncealej kt*traa, la 
laa uu(,ni*l**d raom* "i *'••• 
l««r'> •ardni. trull liaex Vaortiah 
b.in-'F Bendik UnCnwhed rqm* 
P'li roum louei cAd aa*b b*tln in 
|., I r**w'.* n**'‘n<en’ Hn'-«a‘er 
OH'O M*'.i(. Term* ’in ne ar- 

. $ 12,600 

MRS HAMVBY 4 4137. 

EVES 4 i 4B 


BMAI.L HOMBB 

il> 1137 inhcixim Street email (l«e- 
raom bungatn* •Mb rement baie- 
ment and furnace, || MW d«*n 
Pull prire 14 4M 

'll B34 Picnrii A«*a<i* m'ldern- 
txed end »ery a'lrartiee in*.4e. 
ibree-rooR -buRtilnv Ideal far a 
couple Kiaie term* Pn. e i* tBa 
To laepe<t rail Mr llnp*. 4-4111. 
e«ex ) 4B74 RC. Land 


PUK .SALE BY OWNER BRAND 
nr« l*Lbdroem hiim* PUli nare- 
mtti’ OH heal Hardwood (IOpm 
U rtuuanry un* aeek Pt,:i prt.* 
IIB3M Term*, laui l«.33d lu morl- 
■ Me af M MB. pa'«Rle al 111 p*r 
mnnib B 1B13 


REALLY CLOSE IN 
5-ROOM STUCCO 


HAGAR'S 


P i ACRES 
NEAR MT. DOUGLAS 

Nif* l'n,r*ro*m b'lnaaiao eiyllt 
year* nid Heine ronm laa hfd* 
mnmt bii'hea aatbroom aiiaclied 
• aeage aarkfbop Low late* ••* 

rS’Jn., $6850 

aiOA Hilaad. 4 1)01. R'u B-3B4t 

$1000 DOWN 
NEW 

4»<WIM BUNGALOW PIREn.Arp 

PHirx $4500 

II Ml DOWN - IM MONTMt.Y 
P n W.' lami 4 inj fix 4-B44T 


M.gh I’Va'iun a,'d *a e oi^iiag d *- 
iai*<e thik brupe-’t la in e*,iiien( 
• 'iid'iin'- la >•■■*, i-ld ai»i "t« 
ihraugh hall plan, ha* a aiee lli ng 
fMia with (Irepiae* *tid Bue*' *1^ 
dining room -mb (loax, kiunen 
aired fur ian*e and <an n|ca bed* 
rn’.m* Pul.' ba*ei*i*n< anh luKr* 
wii' ' f irnare drive |n ■■>•)« 
Oaner l*an>(erred mu*, *•)! *y 
npen ta olter* a* :i« a* |3 VH| d..*n 


IllOtl gUADKA 

o.i-n-Ma'.F 3 uediMMiux l9te:r 

• ah. nei klirhen ai'h la'xe 'iir.r.g 
area w«ll*t>- •all rarjiei rhmifl* 
baihroom Full lined i-atemeak 
l and*, aued |lu 4<M I3dj •lakraauot 
itia’1 Pti.'ne*3.1iB1 


DUPLEX - BARUAIN 
Bxiata *alf Ptirfleld. anoat' fiee 
ye«r* aid. •ell *80111 duplet. Uaia 
•niw largf L-lhiued ilting roam, 
three bfdroomx, •parlous lurhen 
lamer •qlit four nhe inom* and 
baihrnMi OH auioifailo hea;. 
4'i'« marlgaB*. On lrBoa»arta<)ai> 
Per dUK-k *air only Ilf MM Jane* 
m Bruit 333 Yanow BtUlOlDg 
3 3713 eyet 7-ttM 


OPPORTUNITY 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
DOWN TOWN BEAUTY 
PARLOR 

PRICE SLASHED 

IKTARI IBMril SB YR.4RB 
fUll.V PgtIPPKD 

lU'iNir niNcrPN 


PE LUXE RTt>t-BY-SIDB DU* 
ptet year O'd Nn *lep«. 4'i 
rnomt earb Beparil* heat llqh, 
• alwr. 3 aaragei Ur# aid* leaaed 

tIB per ffinn’li II4BM lercn> <( 
dexired Uwmr UN TburlfV Rd 

31BE1 


BEACH DRIVE 
LUXURIOUS HOME 


SALARY— $225 PLUS 
2 MINUTES TO PARK 

FIVE MtNL’TM TO SYA Heacon 
Hill Park ri«*e large •ell-bulll 
IB room* ranva'icd a-niei Ybrea 
large rnnm* far owyier Uitat laniii, 
bedmaBi, k'SChen Ihre* gaiage* 
dpoileta. Cumpleialy furnithed II th 
aua. -y I.a'te 'Harm ter lery 
lillle effar* S31 per mnnib 

TIRMB ^ 1 c Ann 


BIX SPACIOUS RAOMB ONE 
FteJnil -3HR(f HAJ.L PLAN 
PLUS A rtNlAHYD OAYUUHr 
HAXEMENT CONTAINIhO LAROE 
AKO ATTRA'TIVB HUUn/A «>R 
nv R«A>M OPEN PP. ADJOIN- 
IKO t»kK UAtiri ROOM wmt 
hHOWKR IJkUNIMlV HOOU. I- 
UMI (lAHAOR AND EXPKMSIVB 
OIL H W IlkATlNO UNIT 
A fr* >l*p* Irum bea'h bfieyi ad* 
m’'ed, a'lnnive and beauiifulK 
iiaiit ItaDfisrune hying raain hag 
.led liregie r mah'^any maatet, 
guetC*.,* din.ng rSKiWl, Cprirts 

'll' II i.a* teparaia mnina nana 
pa*(ey Ledroom haa bnli-ui b*d, 
•ireiier. ft< wale in cIomU. **r , 
a<f|4ining tun e<*»m and open 
•ea y,'W E*pen*iyt ••N■l,l••all 
rarpeU, many ectra* Landaraped 
i*rilen The.* aro iiui a (•• of iha 
maof firm f*ai ,raa. Pea* la *•«* 
ftrUHMl eu UIM . -yyj 

ef the be** 

Mr S*:-het Re* 4-IM4 

LAKE FRONTAGE 

A brand new ecaptlaonlly wetl- 
rotietrqr'ed h'len* Oeer nali as 
a*,* Nlgb fall fea«emas>, baf-atr 
healing Thraugb uglt Larga I'** 
uif roam •iiN pia'a giaxa vi«« ww> 
dnw* Cabinet lii,-h*o «hr Meely 
lake eiew* Two t*a« bedraimg and 
madciR Mthroaa. Ovner wlO ac* 

sn.ooo 

Call Mr Pranrla, eyee 3-334B 

NEAR SOOKE RIVER 

A rkaeh-lyp* abaka basfalaw «(tS 
■unay paiia ar.d fall basemrsa, 
Mtaiad agar tiarea asd achowL 
Sturdy cwe'r’irtlan IlM-alr beat- 
in# 'dV ramdiunnadi A larga al- 
traethrq lyrinf roM 'IB ilk, with 
fireptare Pr'l--leyir*ablnal UUbeS. 
T«a U'ft b*draami Laaely baiJ)> 
room SfparaU garage wYiiefe row* 
l*in* l*piei e baihraum All aa a 
gand quarUr'atr* Low <aaea Prtaa 
r* ’luted 


SMALL PAHM. SIX AiTtEB HVl 
mllee aul Rneal Oak dluri''' 
rTiieken bdute BM birdi. .•eyeral 
i-’h*r Kony nuibdildint* eouiiee. 
three roomy Ba'Qrooif »l TSB H(lf 
<•>11 dll’ aupi r**h U((et« tnyiied. 
Roaevetr r.i )H( Laiitlee 4 0041. 


LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
Undern liye-roaai bangainw Iwa 
betfmama oak floara in lleini 
dinisB raoma and tkirattah hat* tu 
largf aigdein tl-riifn uiriJ for 
flKUic rai’i* olat uUlUy tania 
Vfnf'lan bir dx largf high full 
baxeaifnt air randtilntifd x-ftl 
fu’»ac* baiemmi garage lyfry* 
tiling tn tug rnndil.ira 111 SB#. Ap- 
ply owner 3*)441 

II sw dotyn" orTopper 
T wo ar ihrff-bedrnom Oerge dlt* 
trtrl, rluee ta »rh(>al end bua, 
large living roam and lUning mom 
klUhen and all aMve. full bamneni 
and (urnare Ouinld laul Separaiq 
garage laige lat In fruH ireei 
Pull arire |g ]M balattfe a* reni 
Mr Oy»ufi. 4 I10B Keeniiigt 3-SNB 
Spii’ai Real li'ai* 


OAK BAY 
$1500 DOWN 
3 BLOCKS TO SEA 


tienn Cash oi.dkb type bemi* 

bungalow Vh full baeemerl r'-iie 
to lawn Thiea badroomi Imme- 
diate pnMfxaian A *oaa ai If 3N. 
Dgrt Eacan. Nixyuiaeiiern Securl* 
tfw Ltd . 4-M14 or 4*4711. 


STOP HERE 

AS 17 OPT A BARM AIN 
BVART niAN, WRITE STUCCO 
((>”• T<w>m bungalow, pari ba*eni*n: 
• i,ed Inr range double-«iar garage 
all nire-t're I’wwi*. eery tleaa and 
brighi Very •*iai and ea*y t„ heal 
Tayyey-nB’y gsy oet tht I'oy otihe 


MP VAU ANr-E, 4 till, 
EVES. Mill 


VP-AND-miWN Hunjix -MWT 
aernpified I’porr tour-mam ”ti'e 
availabi* Imme-tuiei’ in—’n’e from 
bath xutie* IIM net monih wm 
arrept good fu*< tr'<rlg«ge •• do*« 
paytneni Aalamai r oil Ik-' eair' 
heal Walking dl«tai:ip is ti’*n A 

gfwid lnve*mie|.| 

WENTTIIH HOMP.a LTD ? 3117 

>«rb Mldd er.’*- 1- 1*44 

Norm Tharnner I- IBM 


13 BN PULL PRICE BAST TTRWB 
Modern two • bedrontn bui’gainw. 
larva Iirlng mm aiib firepiare 
rahiDft klirhen wlrrd for rangr 
Pull baaement Hire Mi Ml Heed 
Btreet Phone 4-1473 


OQTBTANDINO BUNOAt/)W 

SEAVIEW 

Wi Ineile re.| L, ••« (bl* arrt> Mve 
bunsilow built b> a aiatier h’«Udrr 
and xttaated on the tiidh part of 
t.anido*ne dpayhiu* ct.Uanee 
large living room aph Rnivig'’ tiie 
firenla--'. (-iev**ite dltimg r««wi. 
Ihreq heilranm* .o-* ■••< b^r9e<eia 
•nd deni De hiye k'lchen w<lb 
bretkloel nnnt Pull hign baxemeni 
Dardeo all (enreg Cverytliinc In 
.O-’JeM mnd.l.or’ ^21.500 

UR BPttD 4 4ir. E\'BB 3171) 


tube garaga and >ti At eondi'lan 
in*tde and out TTiie mndtra baa- 
galow It filuated "• one of VIr* 
tnna* niteat lardank (ompieie 
aiih awiited frui' ifM* ber'le* 
eeteiaa:** lawn. Powev* ,ihrub* 
t’f and mull be *een 'O be ■0> 
prertai'i ClOie *•> tfue*. irn<*»l4, 
a;i* Ea’iy antaeitlBn 

ONLY W BM TERM.B 
Half etth nr llberkl dixrownl (or 
a I rath 'Otter* infi'*d< 

I M ROSEVEAR S Cn LTT> 
lt)l Langley lU Phnn* * 4041 

rMDtn IHK-ANDS LOCATION, 
••a mnunlaln few 3‘a year* weil- 
intulaled itur’'<i bungalo*. im* 
marulale r<M«n'A&. buHk far 
owner. I tparMua raoma. atlllty, 
r-jora eleririe waaber. dryer 1 
irnney waiMa**all broaSI-iem I 
imng ronm hall. roe*t alca dHklag] 
yeoen Calored plumblaw vasrrr * 
• 'OeDi* Mthraam Oai f.'Hiri, 1 
Venetiea blind*, aylan rail (sr*»nx I 
a’um’OMm ramniaalian daev*.! 
Hiai* tla*( mirror over fireplare ' 
Kii? lined baxemeot ectra bfuma* 
In* Inttlx hoi •aior tank Lennox 
ml burner furoar* driee-la ta*| 
taa* Large lot beaauIwUy '.and * ' 


A eer* aKrarllva 4' 
bungalow Only U> 
Wlllew* tehnU Ru* 
valer heal See.ude 
fruit tree* 
p-jjl p'k* only .. 

TVeet-end Mr R 


BUSINESS BLOCK 


TEN Ml 141 POINT 
Iwa bedronm* large IDiad ronm 
'31 ferti Ixmlly-xue dining roogn. 

• 4Moft kir-hen Sea (le« 

•;or., arrv alewan’. gird*:' pi> - 
tureaqiie Sarcain 713. 3M 7-)Bt3 


DUPLEX 

60VZAIER . Pmir re 
•Mue BenerM* eniran 
lot eler<rir rasgoa O 
Intolaied Pali reiaoru 
Pnrred air heal Cnpi 
■ la-ate oarden. Pnm 
iroeg prl-o 

■ N. Eagihave. 


li’h 

Threa-mniw hangalnw in loa ’f* 
ae«er in lace* |M all he# > 
raved in fir*t el*** eaei.i-"'*’ 

flen'fd Mr |JU Pill titi<e 
II aid I *<h Pwk 'hi* 'ir yin ran 
sat da aetier 

L Rand*. 3 MM 
ALPREP UABMICHA^L 
* CO. LID 

IIM Broad El 4 ryt: 


SHOWING 21 


CORDOVA BAY 4-ROOM RTHCCO 
bu"ga!'’W. J yean old WxDdig dl(* 
lanre in tehool. rhurrhei. ba* xnd 
*•«»• Nve new Can be »eon ani- 
■ ime MB* Cordova Ba< Read 
• -4M7 


KING REALTY 


nn >tOM Invetimeni 
P”il pFie tllBM k*cell*'-l held’ 
Il'g oi’t-riy or ler etranaian 
Ml Smilli 4<*nD*'nn *. 3-I14I 
B«r* . 3 4411 


step'Sn^son 

LIMITED 


IN PAIRPTB.D B30HT LANOE 
roami. hardoood on mam floae 
four bodrooma. dmible plumhing. 
CTond griKiBdx Ooubla garage i7ra* 
rlnu* family home nr reveiioa 
m«M lerwi* #-l43B 


AHred Carmichoel 

* CO LTD 

1311 Bread Eiraet PBasg 4 7)41 


POR SALE P1VB-ROOU BTUCCO 
BUNOALOW AT 1333 EERVICE 
PULL EARBMENT, DHIYE-IM OA- 
yUOX ROT AIR PIPED PUKNACE. 
CAN BE HANDLED Wmf U MB 
P I’LL P RICE III.MC" ROBERT 
kUTCITELI.. CARE OP HARRY 
PORTER LTD. 1-21M 


HOME AND REVENIX 
IDS • mntiih. ol'it 1 ratlin* f-** 
A»ner Pully furmthed e«rep> «n> 
ft a tuite High riew In. tl.".’ 
Clnaa in rir? rer'iie Hat and 1 .'l.i 
water in ■••vie r-'etiu SI AM 1 ••>< 
dn«n will hendle Prire 411 kOO 
P N Blg«ha«e t-Ml) 
AtPREO CAR-MiniAKL B 1*0 LTD 
4-mt I73B Prnod 


FISH AND CHIPS 
LIGHT LUNCHES 
Full Price $1500 


DICKIE & CO, 


BRENTWOOD PROPERTIES 
Only H TAB ‘erm* Over twn acek 
•ea »lr« Niee 7-rnewi kungxlnw 

and baib Ha'ild C Croea K*ai- 
ing 4ET Weil BnanlcB Koed Brent 
wood 


irEMBEB Ut^-nPLS LtETTBO 
BUREAU 

MB (>0\’EKNMEKT PTRCrr 


THE ROYAL TRUST O 


A g’o’d M-le buMtieva whi>h 'aa 
I” ','ti*F-g by rigtii par*i py- 
I*' I .«•: > rmM ••I'ni'meai narvh 
■ axk.ng BMie amne ama'l *iork 
el (T’K# i«k ill guni uAIr KB 
rat* aiailiblr. 

Mu 'i|-)e Inimr M BIB 

A E deehe? nf pinaar'al Pirygy 
L‘d. 4-4MS. Rei s-irs 


OAK BAY 
EXCLUSIVE 

Terr fharmisi eighi-room gtaora 
*eml bwngauiw Lo?*:y gardeyi •Hh 
••rikai geeloaMa CooMeUrt gf 

• heaagb had. largo UyMt rwosi 

• Hh eaibedrat eetlmg. rm room 
B««*4 iiM Slnlng room, kltgtm 
wyrmi for ranat. two bedramaa 
aub aUrplag port^ two x-wiara 
P«mbr»ke bathe oE main floor two 
aedroemi and three-place PBmkrofca 
''•'h op Pull baaement drtea-fs 
ik.’xge OH-O-Matio bo4-wai*r 
hea-lAf. Owagf Uortw fag BSf* 

_ _ $20,500 


OUADRA — EXCLUSIVE 
LOCATION - CHARM 
DESIRABILITY 
WITH EXTRA SUITE 

Poar-year-old STUCCO baagaww 
wHh ettro (wua LJ*lnr mws* 
MlU with WALL-TO-WALL 
craed ««ia View albdaw* Red-lUed 
nmaU c e. 3 bodrawsa 13 i 13, aMB 
waU-to-waB carpet OWIsf roam 
AU-eiagirta tabioet kHcAas. bakl'- 
IB brwbklaat anok: 4-pta«o ba'h* 
rwBM. PsU aamwsi bamMst niUi 
dne*-‘n ga-oB* Uniinuhed mH* 
t tbiiisad euile RCKPUa eoom 

wns Rrgplt’e eoNgiU'ed air ass* 
dimmed heal Nieely lattAaraped. 
CUan ta •etwtal, cbSieB SM *<orew 
Abwol B3 MS to #70 Z/W 
bsbdu pw prieo $12/600 
• Lnsows. M31S. r«da »-NV3 

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lAd Drtea by and tl mueaaied 
rail 3 Paaraas. 4*314# dapa. 3-34t« 
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POUR * ROOM. BTUCTYS VURnA- 
lo« large Hmai raont laraa mnd- 
nra bitiifti. iv» goM-Mr* bad- 
raaaxk. I*pie«e bilL Uermaatai- 
roairal heai Cheap (at guhk *ale 
7M Dbiee Axatiue 


MYSTERY! 

HOMES! WHERE? 

(1) $1200 Down— 

3 Bedroomt 

15 Yeors Old 

(2) $900 Oowr>— 

2 Dcdrooms 

High Quadro 

13) $1850 Down- 
No S^eps 


$8950 


OAE RAT 

Rtra U a 3-bedrwem modera bwnga* 
tow n«i one at the nireei atreeu 
la Oat Bay Throath ban, Reist 
room. Hone ttreptse* alirartles 
iRnukf rwom. gaod atie klirhen. 
wired Oood hlih ha«*ment drlre- 
in garage and a dsndy ixtr* raom 
n hatemetiL. YYi'i penpeyl* |* 
flared rtgbl ItlMB Eoxy Juni 
arranged Caotari Mr nr*«n, 
1 1)17 ere* 7*lBrr Newiiets 


OW.NER IBAYtNO TOWN 4'x* 
l e n m beme with half enaeni bone 
ment near bax and (lerai is Soqui- 
mail adfarmil tn tan* aart are* 
PtMw 4k-MB. I3 3BS caah. leaUnr* 
B4k month Bit Isureale Avenue 


tmtAOHOINART LOCATION 
^nd morkat latl raoh bsalaeM). 
Madare tlora bwiMkat. mgaraia 4* 
rwom b«sd»Mw. ewpetb irtow Tvni* 
over la THgh asd IvwwWkd owner 
reUrtag—yow rnuM do the eamo in 
a Nw yenra* About KBOBb la non* 
4U L J Cblkl* 4*1134 *en* I’al4« 
PtMh* T<m MlM-MBA LTD 
IMI Oavemmeni El 


OAK SAT— B7BSB 
CLOSS TO SEACM 
A good lamlly h*imo a( 7 raom* 
«Uh 0H*0*MaUe hM waUr b*ak 
Pall haaament asd driee*ln lartaa 
Tbla kt an oMar-lypo bora* but la 

C M vnsdUMHi and In a •ptandM 
•Uaa Phone J Peortaa 4*7)4d 
dark t-MII e**a laland laeoei- 
mMt Co. L*d. 


First-Ooss Reel Estote 
Investmenf 

Cammertu: hmtdaig devstawa 

turailaa li^nma B33BM per tear 

• .,ng lean* |3 . per r*lum afMr 

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VIEW OP STBAfTB AffD RARBOR 
•atrancoa New itx-moea bwngxlww. 
Pally mndara nreptota. •ahvmaiw 
7»»at pnea redweed la loweal po*. 
ifbia ta* gwtrk ••!# gf im Daal 
wrth ownev a 3*00 artey | 


THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 


POR SALK ST OWNER IB MS- 
Pullf (prsiahad five room home 
tbeoe M Ct«r resire iuR baemver’, 
furnate day* ip aarage Pm d»- 
lailo pMsd •■Mil grtslnat. No 
h|*ai4 paa*o. 


$8500 


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tery gollA. oMm Hk. Law rerixat* 
Oolw enwors. rmtornd m AH.MI 
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OLYMPIC HOMES 

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LANSDOWNE' SLOPE 
3 Bedrooms ond Den 

n*r* la rvur ApnnrtuBiif (« a 
lAtaJy ranrli>a:rla hntna Af a&.*i> 
Mil Auali't «rui na&v aatraa. in* 
'ludtij Anufela (ilumbmc larca pan- 
rilan TV rwim laria utlii(> »d raata 
r>Mr OvfrI <oAu)g tba WUIoai and 

. $16,800 
0«fitr n( OAK RAT <tA litaa A- 
r*nni b«<nfalr>« cilt airhant* bia 
AAui'v of ( 1 AA« QQ ama.iar tvAixa 
iQ lOTMt diatriei Whf aala#* Let a 
notf o4bv 


• SMART • 
"COSY 

STUCCO BUNGALOW 


Phnp# 3-Ull 


GORDON MEAD 


NEW 

BUNGALOW 
3 BEDROOMS 

niliv iniMla’'d f|ra-r>>«n. I'ufaa 
bnm» ii'C* lUWA iOw:.. OfffHur* 
'Tnaaru raouirt aurtian Uraa am* | 
iPA flank fuu'-piafa f>ak i 

tlonr* 0il*0’Mati( turna a lara* ' 


>733 DOPOI.A* RTBRirr 

Opp»aUa •Tha iar* 


, BARGAIN BASEMENT 
PRICES AT $720 
7 Lots Lelt, Alt 60 Feet 


M'^ra ian*b*drw>a hficB* *i>ia<»d 
An ana*fiaif anfa ul Itni aitn tip* 
aat'tu((*4 «iaa Thiity*itMii-,i>n( 
li«iB( rwja Tiaikan no baatint 
I *at m tall biflfe aaaaaiaai Caaa 

JA tnora... $U700 

pMaan :aiJ Ui Waihaia 4*|0M 
ar 7*21U 

WATERfRONT 

DeAr>Mracti>d of •tiaiia lad 


4'« ranma in Mnunt >^tw mitritl 
Sli£A lma« f'-nm «nh htapltca | 
badronmi raiun*< k Than with din* 
•u* ).i itnia in k rnan mr.iioad 

tl OM DOWN 4*n Mn>mi 

$7900 

P Jdiiraa a«ra 7*3713 


3557 QUADRA 


Sherwood Oaks 

OUTSTANDING 
VIEW LOCATION 
3778 CADBORO 


HOME DE LUXE 


SEVEN ROOMS 
GARDENERS' PARADI'- 

Rn' Aatk arvnaaat <nnia>arda nf 
of aiiruoi .aan* a’< TTfin 


SlUOO DOWN 


in« fail aatl'ibt aaMmaai. aita 
hilt aaiar naa’in| Sapara a |aia<« 
Wfii-aapi aTAgm* fruit and llo«* 
*:a ai'b ffO) pAnd A duallt* huint 
in 'Ala riard-(o*fai iwatian Ta 
Ti#u >an r v — ft»dt «ia«ar* 
Mftk4 -r 3-7J3A - , , 


4 rnnar.* i up p,.. j- 

baaainant Pr-ra ..v. iO 
P WAOda #<•< 3-33T4 


OAK BAY AVENUE 
$1500— Down— SI5Q0 

'ita-rnnm alur-n hurpalnw •■•h 
ui^ atfaman' -ArpafaT |*rai# and 
>ma «h«a earad trw^alm-'** nnnd 

^prina $8500 

fr Onuy fl«Mr«Min- ivai 4*M«3 


REVENUE 
CLOSE IN 


DRASTICALLY 

REDUCED 


Oanrr «:'i >t.i nr i;» 

hr' I ’ * ( 

fua ari4 'a.-M'n'i i 

f'V.ritv aitfi nrw (•« f 

.1 r‘'am •nt -rott'amri 
i.va rnniTx ana pa'ti 
R*i«nu» -'«rr 13 nM \ 
atk nd prut « 

"fill 2 

Ta «!«• cut! JaiK P' 
i‘*r» » 4»'i 


$800 DOWN $800 

4-tAnm a|«4«r H|mi hnn.a i; gi>.»d 
t A»a «o 'h# bi‘ and I’Pfra MM 
nn«n and baianra at imi prr nn) 

Jru. $5250 

C. Ufnrd tift 4-M44 

SI 500 DOWN SI 500 
OAK BAY NORTH 

A ru'a 4'a-rA*>m a’urrn i>unaaln« 
• ’•tr a ftr!! h«»rflirni_anrt ura'«'a 
tararr aiiua'rd an a I'tr Uxa v 
tifflra u t»*f waiKnc fnr a 
h‘ ' >d tivnar in bur ihi> (in«f 


CEDAR HILL 


EXCLUSIVE' 

1002 WALEMA DRIVE 


CROSSROAD 
Clo<e to Athinne Heiqhts 
$900 to $1000 Uo 


r^tatua'iftc rir, usTiancM fnr. a 
int A. .Cl'. At 'Ml baa-jMiut hnata 
>a nOr It at Ifiit tliiaraairaa a* 
,e*rii r- ••* 

RifKi of in* faa'iraa in^udA- laraa 
Ii"( f'Ain •i>h taland moplara 
and dniinc aira nuKHia > 1 x 104 
tf 11*1 a.tn »i*h litAplara and plain. 
4 BinnAa ihrar ludrAomi. 

7wn hATHPOOMA aumic kif« 
ffi»- nritTRLB aARkiir oii-o- 
Man h.At-air furnaxa ;a camrni 
haa»ir»ni 

rA.ild not p-'iiiMr ha capla-ad ak 
>lii« Inn li^.i/r n| II7AM itartrif 
Rr> >• In nur nffir* and it «-i) 
f*« a p'Mxiifr '« iihAv *nu fhrn<i*t« 
a* If i-Anvanunr* Aimplr 'all 
Hitbrr*. \l:'rt»fa M J-I’OJ ar 3*4473. 


rric T.,va HAY htt * -a 

Tnn»fB ftiihra' * a'i’'tnia 

r»i' Ta»»« Ul Vi-«*r 

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VIEW— VIEW— VIEW 
The Ideol Porodise 

T" 'A* pf«l»»«Anal man nr vnun* 
A«*r .ma 'hu aiAdam buntalnu of 
D«af.x 1 AM aq ft nnaf* axarvmint 
in na daaitad Rtpanatra Via* n* 
ina ua'ara <il P'ir'aca latai Tbi* 
htiiB* laa'uraa ip. iuxiod and VAun* 
ffx a*nia»phara Laria ivini rn<^ 

• pa-tAiH d'otos 'BBinr: alar'rir 

kittpar *i’h dtna'ia dvLitatl'il 
atiBtoom 'hraa laria nadiAoma anf 


a pifad »'t#r‘ 1 t » 

• • f.Paa irnAn.a In a pj|b 1a/ 
a- I nanraf'v •'■Jddad wtr. 
' *a* and f't W'tn 

> •• aM * aaai^atAn 7h » 
h**' xa ja *a n«*a *aan w 
ft n .At '» frnm an taa* up 
N H A ting»aa an ha huii* |, 
!o* a« 4Vh> *iA*n »' h i<>* 
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rant>4xinrx t>a axtitnr a< 
boii«aa tn i»i*' fAn.-..i •i/.r, .i). 


"COMMERCIAL" 

2616 - 2616 ’ 2 

DOUGLAS STREET 
$10 000 FULL PRICT 

Va..«A'a <nmAxa*riBl pfnprvi 

d’la'U rartur'iio 'ti nrir* lar 
lixa-iuam biii«xa •.ib igi; 
ft-ani i n* rantrif a’ |4S p»t mAni 
rlux xfhfv vilh lull ha^A'afv ap. 
hill rant Tni pa* •nTin fi 
pmnaf'v hax a ra»t lana a*a' 
T"ir af'atiean |p rr <a''T i-'.,i 
n- >a hv xfxA»n hr apt»"(fi'i*,» 
n*'’i X 

f^i'-nar inf'-iTiati'in Ifun it- 
HiU!(<na r-3l0l or A-llJi Har 
h.’xtrr l.'d 


$8500 


JAMES BAY 
SEVEN ROOMS 
•ONE FLOOR 


HIGH QUADRA 

FAMILY HOME 


An n.dar-'xpa hi it*. » ’B pnt*. 

{if raxangf p .a ;x*Afaxuii ] 

rA»m arxxf a.lrnm p ;i j- 1 

Itita* |»i*<a ha’hTAxut 'a.i** *, 

a'r XiA>' l'>: ir. gat iaa and 
i"»AAd Ttm* CiiC 

A*aipf rri'i' it 50« 

b'i’ a*f«ia V.t: *nifc»idaf a'T’* 

PuAiA rail Ra< ('a*< •m. 4*4 


Prira 


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FOR TRADE 

ar' va hiiBcal' • W'*'l i<i'.a'«> 

ih Qiimrr^ It o«r,*r «ani 

ra “r t*xrru# prnprr'jr. Mr 


ha*rmaAt Oi|*rt.MaTr hni-«a' 
hai>j.-a pojbla laiac* R'*af * 

p.vr;., $18,00 

Mr Daru ataa 4-MI4 


Px.li r*-M' 1 %•« r->n'* 
Mr I V n«',r. ta*x 
nianrt of g.riaxt 


CLOSE TO MAPLEWOOD 
OAKMOUNT PARK , 
Priced or SI 000 I 


OAK BAY 
6 ROOMS -PLUS 
$17,500 


57 nOrSF.S FOR SALE 


LANSDOWNF AREA 


DUPLEX 

r»-hanca for a«;'a'ma'ita fit mofl- 
»a«r Tni* prApartr u n-and nr** 
ah'- »*:• inra rri Immal a a pxa.ax. 
Aiixa. Oatailaaua Mr Kxnc. I*40«l. 


HIGH LOCATION 
LOVELY VIEW 


Th‘« a”ra' 'xa A-rivxm 
hu'i* taa- I'-nf a 74' li>n 
d Aint tAAiA »rh •* 

n-A*." AArn 't*"a ’braa t 
fAAr~t »iT, ifrapat and 
ra"! »• a.'*h*n tuU. a 

rump'ft t'-nm 0t>*0*Ata' 


P. R. BROWN 


In 'ha htrh M»p •* wi a‘*a •# 
ha’* "a aa p|» nf f'rn 

appfn'ad air i«)»a *<* •. aJ •- > 
J* in' •ijhdivixinn k!t*i. At 
1n«* ara *raad and a*.., h>< aa*.. 
lam «Ai! in*. «r» *h fa»' and 

UP '-.■naa *a trriAAi and r-ri nai'd 
a’*a*T tPl*7rx;»d’'| pa,... .fTa . 
t*r* N|iA ’Aar. tnt 'x'xmii.* 
H' ma. ar'Aft • Av, ‘I ha a 'ax*d 

lO •••>«• Vft.i 

r*a'tt* \| • I V .ba'ini*,’ 

3 4.17 ii't."'* or P.'-* li 


BROWN BROS 


621 BAXTER AVE. 
1144 PALMER RD. 
625 BAXTER AVE. 
3093 BALFOUR AVE. 

Th» tn*i>a pTAparfiax m « . lUrn 

l|A.!tjx,.„ I S4rti TM» ItwriNO 
'•*r YOfB HriNfE plaaia ra,| 
: J >*1 n * 3114 dav nr ni|t>l 
Harrt PM-iar Ltd 


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Pl'NOklOW *i-n n *!» ad nji 
I r-a a ta: f*a h-in •'fiih Pni'ani* 
hid-! a'aa flTfnr •pw.fn * iblU Tr’M 
PIKPPI 4(4 r-v l.riPt • ■«x*n 
b'nh' f.,’: 1 :a, rih n ' k ■af'”, 
u'lirx 'anai t* i .at.-* f'-xtiAin’ 
JldPOVUVltk n.OOItf- THBiiL'i.lf- 
OIT Pi .r.r,v.a pH'i- n, « I, 
VA*>rr$’ fi.. hitn n^ rm, • in 
raar O' O-Ma'e i t :* 

an r«raptluaa:.v fi ,i ■ p- 

r-'m. . .. $12,600 

H. r Hapbura. 4 I;J4 C.m 3'7933 

OPEN HOUSE 
2 TO 5 SATURDAY 

tVlA^a» f a'. TTta a pAad 

Ot, •. T .X aaa nt *li.a Arp.n a .V* 

hAfr. ha-xrs Tr.. fwa 

• iia 'Aoia* f> i» ii 'i*T •niHti 
mt.rt 1 1 vAf Pull bitfi ba<"ix'fu * "h 
" n.a* 41-a, i.rd ■•*»* nxrr 
ani'h i* a m.'.* d* nh -iii A-.ixna, k. 
Thix na« hnma hba i ;•! fuxlx ra- 
d.tad »mt.# a.lC/^Ar^ 


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PIIONU 3-mi - 4->74t 


EXCHANGE 


*ra vmi ha*ir» dItfU’iI'v <ioiiir| 
a hniBa Ut|a rn*>'i 4 h Inr xnur lut* 
M'ui*’ Look hfin naaa lo'.ad 
• T't 

*i'h f 'ap’ara larxk kiThao. f, ,• 
tuiii-i.ia h*n*AAiiu taraa :’l*>* 
rnim far ina •aildtatt Co,r-a 
ix‘',Arhmf P»Ta a»r.'mitiMa lOff 
in Ta ’’••karaaL r>i|.o.M*'i' h--'. 
ha*»t haa'’ii* Oar,a|- iian rarrrd 
Tm» p'Apar’. m,!* V *n;/l h»a It 
*i-b One Baron 4-M14 or 4-4:31 

$1500 DOWN 

SEMl.BUNGALOW 

FAIRFIELD 

T*>>t that* xaini * humaloa haa 

i 1 ,*^ Mia; at,.t firap a.a diniPp i 

r'XAiB kiiihan inrauth n* ; •rn 1 

t«« i«« 9 » nmatanma *M »a*q a« ‘ 

Ilia mtifx fiTw Cnriaatd a'auaav 
In fwrtatxnmt tip Pil) M>a. 

n**n' »itl> pipad hi«v in *Ii rnnina 
. arixara'a taraga pntiatiiAn (hraa 
• aakh Aadufad pr.i’a ^avtca 
I B"* .. 5/ /jU 

I Mil Johnaiftn. a-bfik4 nr a.MSt 

■ EXCLUSIVE 

944 DUNSMUIR 

$1300 DOWN 

tAvalv •ik-rmxRi Mw^Oxuitalfi*. 
iHuaiad m t>',..lmtll cIam tn b<aa, 
at hnnl and *hnpp nc cvntia M>ir-- 

■ •fa intaraaa an.» I'v-V Thll 

prnpar'v muai pa Mid eTOlCA 

tmmadia'a.x on:» d/^OU 

Pbnaa t MiUi 4-lhki nr 3-agii 


Thu iMhS 


4 ”ra'Mxa hitcaalna in E'numalt 
f>r A.aar- ?|»a *-*ar h’xm* oj inrva 
"r fA.r h»ii'A,.(ti» Thii proixany ,■ 
in ta^*^an {Oartitinr. and exaa «a 
far ;*Tnmrnaod for >aur 'Aruin*'*- 


METCHOSIN 


SOUTH OAK BAY AVE 


HIGH. HIGH OUAORA 
$2000 DOWN 
3 Bedrooms 

Thl4 a'gr-T htintlln* 

r«* x.x ,a.'k« b.T*i" (o;inu plat 
u' ir't innQ off Kti'han (.jaa’ ai*# 
dinipt rn«n wub afU'.irlnA pa-in 
lxard»And rinp.-a inrouth"ul P.|I| 
’t'ain'r,’ P.'i' nrifa-.B ja-.ga »-< 
7n,t nnuxa '"..id i.,ii ha aupp ai«d 
• r laax han III hod » a , cArt 

run pfi n 5 I I ,500 


$5500 


nnm «' 


ABBEY PARK 
CORDOVA BAY 
SEA VIEW LOTS 
High LfTCOtion 
Priced ot $1000 Up 


I--*,,,*.. Ht’t'*Anm '•i'' *H,*ITiaB' 
’.•a'ar h'a'ifu Wanatt » a«r* 

Mr Oria«a Evaninia t-tt«3 


BUYING A LOT5 ? 


T>i*u >/* 'h 


i*rmi 


3 ? X* inomi Aulnfflaua lua 

... $U50( 
‘'"j;;, S13.90C 

SI5.75C 
‘-Lr.rr'”' S18.75C 

J’.I a fa* TOP PPL»(-nOKA l| 
HrtMT-h *i'h larrna x» fiaar ri*'ai 
Li4i lA'ir Oai Pay bama j-xua)'! 
P Wood*. t«*i 3>SS7d 


DALLAS ROAD 
Waterfront 
$2500 W>tl Hondte 


NORTH OUADRA AREA 


l*-i t> On*# «..i i|.,a 

an.i ;n-,k iAa*T| q^a* lliix 
••a* i4-r**a *nd • 

ll•••B HAdj.np at 3-3ml ( 
dtT »r nithr 


$1500 DOWN 
FAIRFIELD 
3 BEDROOMS 


Cdarka, 


aian'> nf 'ni* >4'nt a.ianK.onn 
Pa, a 'fx’ ;x »,'hjr 5KJ ’*•• n* 'ha 
*** and *n'"x» a '•lafh.’ak-nf «aa 
and lliniifi'pja xia* fti* pf-,{>a*ix 
h*i na* ,»a' *BMixa» f„* ix*mi' 4 and 
nxanv in-t a** ’'aad Thi* i* '*-• 
f'naal iub«<xt«ir>B *a ht>« aaa>, Inr 
manv mnnrna t/x>« *i , sa (,om 
•h faar >,p NHA 'narx xnd 
Oivmpia ndaxax rnnTar'nrx •ill h> 

f ’aa»arl In a*iiai vaij Th*** aampi* 
o,x*i •lU rnfnmapra rrm<tr«rt,>n 
Undar fha Vatiaetl Mnuaini lb ibt 
B«ar futur* 

r>*niarx Mr f » Aa,irrd#ra 
3*li’ .sh*» «» Pi,Adax. .fi 

ftAUMMPV t*t ATTPMiAffre ' 
P'oia 3 n'Clo'k ' 


a"«a'' >a (n.|,-rn'xm •*i,"n b'.hta 
In* '*., T i,a Sad;*xnKx* 1 lxrn( 
r*xnm tlrapla,* fxjjl *xa«rniaTir to' 

*•'» tirti' *<i*t laPf"*' ih*<* 

$10,95Q 


A PERFECT PLACE 
TO RETIRE 


HARRY 
FOSTER LTD 

17*7 rmitrti ap in- 
Arrxua lt»« Tna Bap 


ra-a>ni nirtar tVT*V hnm# natr 
H'll'tnxd Park J padr'X'xmt rah- 
I'lai ati/hrn 'rani» larlurtadi plua 
•’’'•d hx'df rnnm and diniof innm 
P '1 I hifn bataiaani *uh itftv*-in 
aarai* alan fnoit 6irnara plpad 
haat in all mnma T*n blnrka fmin 

rr'.*’* . $7450 

Cbarlat Vinint. 3 3ld| anv iiaa 


$800 >S the down povment 
reouired on each 
nf the followinrj homrs 
»ll •-Bnnm nidar 'rp# Ctatfl 
D >i, k O'*****' •>n 

<3l • Rnnm ' n't iga LatfrlAtvIlb 

fr-," frra* 

i3> ’ K«*noi '""aga •i!H 4 ir'* 

Mr Tntmlar Kava l•44•d 


Butll MX a (ir>t-ria*a 
I'lc;" nungal,'* •ni*. Larg* Uv 
ing i-Ma ••tn dtaiixg tp»rf rnri> 
• r-iaiH ti*.ri-.»n me mea badr*Hiffia. 
Inir-itu'n rrarhrnam full haaemfn'.. 
rm-O-Maiw hvar rtr «a in garaga 
Tr.'x 1 - an a'xradiav tt"E»v via ha 
rihdlrd *tih ISdOd c 1 A ^AA 

d"*n r>.ler,<* )i4,/UU 

P.rt* pbflix* A M MlUar 4-7171. 
Kf*a 7-1P37 


ACTION' ! 

OWNER TRANSFERRED 


HAGAR'S 


Mvmbrr Mnit.pie Ltattaf Burrkg 


TEN-MILE POINT 
Tudor Home Fine View 
Automotre Oil Heat 

Bit'i»i*d na nna t/ra and bxiiia 

aarludad u thi* aitrar’ixa bnma 

tnnaimna gf larg* Iivint rudm 
dining rnnn. and kitnh*B '•uad lor 
rang* all taring tiM >|a* ' A 

(aria ma<>ar bodr'Mxri' aad annih*r 
rxadrnnm and naihranm Pparmua 

an’rarra ha. I and hgrd«<vx4 tlnera 

inreuBhoai' Conaaatao •'tirvreT to 
a largr fi'wxrad %" r «h*ra ano’ha* 
t»(i nadrwxA* and baihrdnin r<>uiA 
b* maria px|l' beaaftiarxt with fair* 
piumhing and gatag* fttvlp 
darnraiad 

PicluMve Agvr.ia 

!r«7t"h. $15,750 

A ■ Prx**U. wmtmg 4-<Mll. 


YOU CAN BE 
HAPPY HERE 


E.XHANGES 
Country Property 

S Ar*a* Pa» Bav Pv hanga vdditV 
fnr hnuaa in riiv valua U MM 
I Arra Maigtia' Oix'iir' S.renm 
rni'aca value M 3AH tvrhgnga tor 
an'iiix laoiaa Rav rinxiaa 
VM p*a« «aiarf,nx'*. R«har*a Pay. 
• rnnm hnoaa I.aa*Iv lorgllAn r!a*r 
'I'ie BarbATf* far aiiar'mrn* 

4 In** d.rnam aA"ag* a'fr'X' re* 
4'a nxila ,ir.-ia pv'hanga (or 3* 
hvrtrnnm hnmr ta 'iiv 


ESQUIMALT 
$1500 DOWN 


In ihu anxart ai'irro hrinxe in 0«]| 
Re> TnerA a'a i»o nuo Mdtnnm* 
I",'* IB r:'x||a, rinaeta. Kitrhan la 
nar'rlo and haa Ima of runhgard 
kp* • fhMx<|.»<te livina raofn and 
diBine pxnm Td*, baaemrnr u full, 
haa an Oil-O Matte porkaga tinii. 
Taaaa IM Tba oWBtr haa apmt 
■houtandt af tfnllata on the hnuao 
and annot hnaa vo |*t u baag an 

pure nf $8750 

Call Ovnrfa Jaaag*. 3-llBt 
E*ei 3-llMl 


LAKE HILL 
Extremely Artistic 

pra'-'irallr fit* l-rn'if* Itxir.-o hgn* 
gain* B'lilt of Ih* linca’ iHa'fria!* 
tnrnxkehoui natnaond floor* in all 
rnnini Aaiar.did hiah haarment 
ai'b driv* in geraae |(ai au heat* 
mg ftiiugia'l <n it,« 'a*i.grn»ing 
dia'fir, It vto raduiran if, ngndle 
•tx.a I'valy hnrn# aad tf.ii 

full Bli'e a*Kan 5 I I ,5UU 
Mr Mill. 3*1U3. Bvea J.7M3 


B.C. -LAND 


^nao to ah»tt,xing gen're and d<x<*i 
vaid .eni’S midain ai'i -n 

b’lnaalo* live xagra ,nimi {.iving 
tnrin tirapiara, P*inorng« bath* 
rnnm. eia . -ik modf-n kiirhan and 
utiii'v rrxftm ivo dt'Un.vqjt and at* 
*4- Had aa'agf Ba'iox* ai reni. 

_ $69oo 

Mr Mu-ratiBne 4-7171. Zv»«. 

4-II74 


& Investment Aaenev Ltd 

OCR g.’nd YKAR IN RIAL EfTTArB 
iMaiaikar M'llNpIg L<*:;nl NurrOUl 

NEAR UPLANDS 

It u niH 0>;en mat ona haa Ih* 
'ixa.-K-f •• buy a B-xm» a 'n in* 

I an'er *•..« nl ealra itiua ..xnrri'e 
• hi'nka '«ii,»ro toxk'gd, li ,iwx.j|-i 
laxt IhOivara Piva v*ry nire rr>ni* 
on giniintt floor, pin* ba'hr'vxin 
ronrfaiMt •lairoa* to »*,> 'i rg 
b'droomk Hot-«ai*r Oi -rk-Mitit 
b*al .No al»p*. In imrnartiiait inu- 
dlHon 43 Int. all 'arirti-ipro H**! 

I ■,;;*'o*»a,i brntditHxnx rafp*'x 

I ,*Eii'w«**«d,. 411 ihl* n '« ai 'i-a 

;r:Vr si 8,750 

SAANICH 

Pil ru-ni l■prdrl*n(o hun igai-i* l ' 
***r old Rf*..v a i»ic* no* Pull , 
htwairnl 0li-0-Matlr h*af r#Tllv] 

$ 11,000 

Call M* r R T Rggaha'**. 

rvea 9-l*»7 

GORGE-TILLICUM 

A 'Ul* fn*f and ■ nmlor'an e 3*,- 
innni I'.nc-M hungai'i* Laige !-v. 
Inc-r'xnm ai'h firrpia r, nne lain 
nrdrnnm rahmei kl‘, hen *tr»d I''' 
rang* Ranemmit haa hot *a'rr 
h'ai.og f'trnace Vrrr tul'ahi* fur 
r*ilt*d ro'iplf Nfor ezTCA 
ainr>* and i»<ii Prii* 50/5U 

lANGFORO LAKE 

An all-v,ar rour>4 0*i<gh'tii| bun. 
galA* •'ua'eQ «itb OfMiania lakr- 


I NEAR UPLANDS 
I $14,200 

tTf*tl*nt fanxi'y home tn apA'l,*! 

I •r'«dii|,*n aiilx a wvtud **1 garden. 

I Throiiah no' larg* ti* ng r'wxm a i'n 
iKholare d-niBt mnm, hreakio*! 
rnntn etrcir., ki'rben. i*o bad- 
■’''■’*1 and bafchrnnn nn main flo«r. 
CimreaUd kioir> 'o ’*n bedmoma 
and baih on Pull baeetnent. gar* 
aa* Oil hpi*uat*r bfaiiirg Mod* 

' erate tai>a 

Phoe* Mr* Rhi*>v 4-ai34 
X>*« 4-44I4 

175-FOOT SEAFRONT 
TWO-BEDROOM 
BUNGALOW I 

Vt**i aupr'in* of iiiaiw and I 
[.'anil Au«.«ha"/-hil h»al 3I-I'**i 
living raem ,ah<nei kiirhrn r.>ni- ' 
a'.*.’* ■• ‘f fr.tiga 

Afarh-il laria garage N.'t a**a 
near dldnry *. • *» ^ aa. ^ 

Prii* ta nnir „ $ | 8,000 

P'l'her tnfnrn*iinn appn ntmen'*. 
fall K. Liaa 4-4134. Kin a.iigi | 


GORGE — VACANT 
Cnnvemer>t Lncotion 

I P'inma pitta »*•-• trxnm a* third 
hedrnnm ur ritnpu* rM*m Hardnnnd 
fl'idM In mala irwima P»,i ba'*- 
ment lur-xara garage m haermen' 
rnm*r !"• r-'fme'xed in a*«ei 
rh>(tnr'iiBi‘* l*e»* l«r pur.'ha**r in 
'lean iin 'he |xrnp*riv and hair a 
vnTnlnr'ahi* hnme gi a mr»d*ta'e 
nri-* II mfl ta the d***n payment 

$7650 


TEN MILE POINT 
SEA VIEW 
VALUE 


FAIRFIELD 
Exchonge or Sell 
for 

Low Down Poymenf 

A gn*M kniid 'hrea-bedrenm h<*na 
hi’h f'tli baxematii and niea aar* 
d*n Pint* 10 t'n?ea and part If 
eaehang* iha n*n*r aaB'a imallar 
l*n.t>*<i(no(B h'xma *iib full baaa« 
me'ii and m Peirfteid nr r>ak bay 
Will trad* up nr do*o tfQ,AA 
OB full prire nf 5o4UQ 

Call 0 *fxrg* j*Mup 3-31B1 
l«ea 3 IM7 


CAREY ROAD DISTRICT 

rnupafl fnur-rnnm huagal,'* *i»h 
t-xvaiv ggrdan (ru'i ir*>** ng Part 
baxrmenx Oil eiveuiatmg h*at 
High (r-a'inn, q'ii*i airrrt o»ar 
hignvav Ideal I'm rnuple 
• I 40* *i'| nandia and tf ,ncA 
prifv a»k*d -ixir 54yOU 

•Pari',*.' e lii*ing 
)#r mil. 3*mi, Bxea J-73U 


$1500 DOWN 
$55 PER MONTH 


P»a','xl,j. d* t"hd i/k-rnnm "«*■ 
x*ar eld hunvaina llvirg r"T' 
3'aU aim I ditiihg rnnin 14(U 
a Ih reinfT fiienjor* *»r»ing 
na line elvr'r't k ' -iee uni , 
-■•"in fniH-pierg haiMrnnm anu 
i--»* Haurnita.* Hard* >'*1 r.n,>'« 
1 , 1 . iia'e,* himkrn r*" 

Mt'K l-ei'Hxg #'*aeh»i gafaye 
'n a o,'x>i gtiraetiv* trit|..a atih 
•,r>ohi.iriM led lie* nf xa»|x' ha-rxer 
ird mnun’ain* *. > v 


$9650 . $9650 - $9650 
N H A - . N H A. 
Close in 

$1300 to $2500 Down 
including Lot, or 
$500 Dowrd and Your Lot 

Pa d*:ifb'fil !n»x * tji e*. areri; 
*•• and nab tree, w* ar* a*-;* •* 
r>ff*t a hniiie *i'h ! a|n t»*a n( 
finnr »ra,» pdiil piate.aiaM * n. 

rfeax a ■ «'tlg vnnai ift fgf, 

• t'n Rnman Tile > rep:afe fgll • 
(•■ninr fnam hedwxnfnv ar* I 3 itl 
*’’h Ilgh'a Ilf 'he laige ruphnaida 
k •rn*« «p*r ,.„1 .(.h ind>i*'i I'gM. 
inr * 1 X 10 * ruphnee*, and m'.’.’x 
enovB h*t'e*f B'd aufidff I'lb* P'." 
na**m*n* d'lxe.in |*'age Ma .- 

*.*".'**** '•n*»n'e*ed Trt.lnn, *<>*eiix,x 
rfxntn ,xf a 'men b*,f*nnm ** 

apr;n*ima-*'x ‘he nn,* n,., 
Rnotan T'te flnaar bniv* Vmir -B. 
fluifle* ar* 'PX ',*t rtedl'x a a*.d 
for kai-xne a*x’» m gn 

fHn'ar, M' t I Atufin*'. a' 


$10,000 — Terms 

Thi* la a Jnynty I'ury** b’jBgola* 
gtwxut 10 year* nld The living 
rnn*Tx |> |4«|J vi'h flr*filaie The 
dining room la |dtf and 'her* ar* 
'Iri niea bedrunryi* and hardvnnd 
flmr* all <hr'"irn The hBihintxnx 
la (nur-pieee fVm*»rnke and tbet# 
ta a high liah* ba*ement f'lr 
la'indrp fartli'ie* and garaye TTir 
ga*dpn I* amall hut oe«t ttiih 
11 , 1 'ahl* landxraping Au''inxa'ir 
healing and Bo luMher eii*rtiva 
fnr p'irehak*r Mi,*< Kg vnld aa 
• he 'VTirr ta leaving Virinria 

r$"»S7c' $ 10,000 

f Le*1*T. g*** 3>g3M 


SPECIAL 

QUADRA AREA 


e'lrgMIVa ''wlr.rn'un a'-i-en 
n» IB imma' ula'.a mniii'inB 
nude arxfl ngi All ing haye 
1 * mnv* :n Q'tirg rnavegi/iin 
Ph'e.iani trrma. Hurr* fnr 


UP ISLAND 
SPECIAL 


OAK BAY 
3 Bedrooms 


$6950 


eiean h<ttnc nn nna a,** 
run* ‘ntmigb prnpe*.x 


A 'nye’y |f0)}*rn aiv-rnaiD hnnxe 'e. 
' ■,«l»'g hir* *Ua l.i>*i| fo«n»i ai'h 
f]’«p'*,e dining fivnui arirx rrei-n 
dnee* k'l, fieri a"d on«k pembrekt 
hanr'ihai ‘u|| h*a#me-i and • *r- 
ixrf* T*»ef appmlma’eir ||Ap 

r,i'.r . .$10,950 

B Pnr* 3-Mll aaxttma 


$ 1 'I 70n Xk**!* for thu eaeal. 

• iJ fUU Irtii hnm* *tiA all 
ni*r-iiia rimm* Ret >* 4 nl*e gar- 
den with an a''raeii«g ntarkBr thip 
iHwne hia Ihrnuah hall Urge llv|Bg 
r,Mxa aiih hreplara guekt-iua din- 
ing rnnm larga eahiiMi aiifhaa 
•i*h dimng apart and *tr#d f«g 
range 4 -piera pymbrBba baiiirnnm. 
3 ’*]n bed *!'• hedrpooia TWO 
rXTRA RXnRfXfMB in fttll high 
V»"|* 0 I baaem*Bi, Otl-O-Maua fur- 
nar* Beparaia mairhiBg garaga 
fnr lag rara La* dn«n paymest 
ran he acranged Let ma aha* > 0 * 
T.VSaa'J'** rffipgiiy r*«iart bTan 
H lNDZ 3-3101 pay ttaa. ar avaa 


$4500 


HIGH GORGE 
$10,500 


JOHNSTON'S 


Re* hark amidkl Iha (ir. ynru'* and 
• *iiutu* tree* la 'hi* raorli >xpe 
n»*'.r-"*innle'ed hnm* living 
rnnm '•<* b»drnnm* and hi'rhan 
»"h uiitHt and ear pon— a**d full 
ha e* men I *|ih au'rxma’if "il oer- 
iinete* healing '!•* tiTing *n 

d***rilv* ,* 11 , eiih •'xri*- **u muxi 

SI 0.500 

o B Wrrei ave* •■ano 


FAMILY HOME 
OAK BAY 

7*h'k hflive '* ye'l lnrkt*d n*< * |a'g< 
T» "xni in' near *•’• V.rinr a rjri 
<"''ih haa fmir h*drr>nrn* 'a-x fire 

p'lrei ,|,I| hga«nx»tx> ,nd dti*e if 

g»’aan. taaea ki>M Terma -an t« 

$s5oc 

Mr Biannifl t t'k’ I-Uij 


13M Brnad 


$2450 DOWN 
3 BEDROOMS 


SUNSHINE 

UNLIMITED 


A hrand-ne« hea'ii't'i! •iirwim 
he-na rxi a'ed jn 'ne It gh Q'ladra* 
tdke Mill a'ea Th*v heme t«a' iiea 
g Rhfflan li,. planter ''Xil',d* 'iitii- 
rer tailed heavn fir.i *ia«eirenl. 
a •r'lhaltr f"l parim***' ‘xrti.ng xeg 
dijte-tn gtrti* V-n'hiy pax m • 
l''i inri'idine pr nr.pa' *.id $ m- 

U-'Lireer $11,300 

Key Raker 3-l4’l ar 3-3173 


o*mek finrxdint ipig (n.( . 

h|e|*I-x* *f| TWO ArRgJ 
Rnvai nag Uvirg rnnm ,n 
P *ie yjiit gnnd flrepiare 

,;rer,j' j.. ^ 

• x« j*’-*x-;-« »i -nep p ,,a 

rnnm *i'h laiif’nfv 'rir* 

ii’d Irie-ira'inti en...,* 
ft"n>tra: heaimg A<'rar'ir* 
»:ly with aeyeral rtu" tre** 
'ree* ar>4 r>kiing 


HA . . . M H A 
$10 500 - $10,500 
$1500 to $2500 Up 
Including Lot 


OAK BAY 
IMMACULATE 
OIL-OMATIC 
5-Room Stucco Bungalow 
Full Bosoment 

Rt'Uiiert ,1'I*V »« eh-xni'inc gKir.M 
and aarg ’hlv h<»ire ir Ax h*a.i'tr j| 
rondi'inn Imidr and ngl Cmx'l*i* 
Ing of a 'hrnugh hall Imng '••rm 
*i'h tireatare -xag ttrnxrv dtninc 
innm nak tlanry «nnd*m hi*rh*'x 
• I'ed (ar raner 1*0 i'lrar'iTe 
hadtanme fo„f.p|ere ha'hrnnm 
drive-iB garaae p,.l ha.emmi 
*"h ml furnae* ar<* ind»raTi»d 

rjll rr're 'xaana.O' $ 12,000 
C CarbPBlef eve* 7-1134 


I'rig if*i' m'xif.ri, -i\ . *n * 

x,» ■*, viaidaind Hama ini •x igh-’.,' 
pi. ,ipp, x* fnahnfa'.v "!nj and 
d""'* 111 m*in inr'it'x Rninan tii* 

all-rnndx’innl-'g peri- 
Bxr'»r ,|| hei'lrx* aid 'h-"a fine 
heurAnmi Ih' i-i'ied in 'he i ja itini* 

"tl"« fl' -x' p'aii nnte-.'x f.ten-nof 

garage half *i*«eme«i. *|ih u'lll’v 
">b« H'fh gingixd lA*a mn amorit 
n'her fine homea *i*h i-v* of 
’■x-xnx Inxmediaig p«**e«a;nn Bi- 
r ■»,*• *nn 

r Mir-UBi I T1T3 Bve. 4 M7I 

UPLANDS SLOPE 

tfOC Ann"*^** ' n»''«evn 

O^O.UUU h-'Tie I- •••!? detail 
»rn il ■■'p ujal'-* lour xea’k 

• -x -xare* • ■--aiinr* A*r-*r- 

• -• appea-i-vre plan and lm lav- 

•X' r*-T" igh I'.ail and ait i»emi 

• .« nx* *i ruled a**i-a d'*n m a 

’•1 ImiUifl h^••u^e•xl rnn- 

■ • s -f gi.n'her Mi'igh -an 
*••■» ."ifig mpm and fireaa e a 
he'-' m arg an*''.’** •'xirxp'ete 
" -m a’ge I.n-*hen n- 


4 BEDROOMS 
JUST OFF GORGE 
WATERFRONT 


FAIRFIELD 
FAMILY HOME 


Th»e* hed'nnmi »nr< 

rne-i AI) dettghiliji 

• •*M Th"i.,gh-hai! r; 

hra'tnn living mnm 
rnnm V* (er* :nni 
inr ••nrtA». 'Xifee n* 
a»i* ruphAa-d* 
r»<|-nfx v,-» i-'-atr 
C'edr* ran *x« a ' ' 

4« t''<n A'l'Ami .. .. 


Wa.k Bg ifp»ianra Ti'l-tikad di 
•nd ’ixmg "WB Tht*a eare 
^d'Anm* A xr. A*n «iiB rirep 
fixing in-ini ttrepiare ad*d 
: f b~u ax., Puu .nnrr*ia 1 

«•«« Iniennr der->ra.,nn la per 
('."•i.ea e niaia «nii *,ndn*a 
*** ®**’* 

Bxi,i pure $ 1 0,8 

C Vining 3-8101 anyMtsa 


$3500 DOWN 
3 BEDROOMS 


$7950 


! l?n a<i jat* f*ef nf ra*ieti->'vla Rv* 
mg area t*a'UTing • 3t',-fnAt "xing 
rnnm «i*h Rnman I'.e firep;a,r 
e n-ng rnnm k 'f'^a Wh bi*aafa*t 
•’A'lk and ttMliiy rrinifi thrmign 
na.‘ pg'lp Rnirau tUa planer and 
e’a'xderd yarace Tht« alrpnai hiand 
re* h"«e ta Innied In Onrd’ix 
H*ad Ip* n h a xvun'hiy pav* 
■vri't To Xde* enntgrt fcf* Rnape 

Jr'ira _ > $12-500 


RETIRED 


X e r * *.r,nr 
• nf 'at>A, 


Anamen' xpur th-nine pjye X- 
apgr'me*' all aepata'e epi-ati 
■ tlking Aii',n-» nf M*u Na 
' iBPie. All adult •mar’* appa' 
mem nnlv Termi tf-h/a n/ 

$30. 0( 

Ken tnwhdea 3*3343 r»ea 1-3 


ne hnine 


SPITTAL 


4 BEDROOMS 
S 11. 300 


KEEP OUT 


l*'ed a h.fU i-- *• -. . 

a--*x.*|,r I*’,* a r.-'-p.*! 'x-t'# 

* |f*» d-’:u .• p, ,n:r ‘g au'nn'i',' 

Pi n*xl-y-ler heaMpg. ’*-|» ’.---g 
r rm *-d dining -■‘■•m Open ei*.-- 
r,a* 'X »Atjr henr,v,nx* thi hnine 

• X »x •• e-l T* 

We a *A hax* m nga of nihrr f"ur. 
hedfonm hnm.* 

Mr Biaanin 1-4III C>** 3*liM 


HAGAR & SWAYNE 
LIMITED 

All TATfR (m»rrr 


NORTHWEST 

HOMES 

#17 onnoiAB 


$1500 DOWN $1500 
FAIRFIELD NEAR PARK 

Rii-rnomed bu.'.ia.A* rin-*. h.^. 
yn-iiB*. riwnugh h*r luij heue- 

men' fiAi *,r f-ir-.r* h.|. near 
Conk kfiixpp.ng .-enT# tfojA/» 

Onnd heuae $8400 

Mr Teylnr. 4 »J1)4 Bve* g.gM] 

$1500 . DOWN - $150{f 
ESQUIMALT 

Ai’eniiofi navy par>Anr<p] R-iiutin. 
fl*l •‘i-ranmed hixme aitn «■, | 
haaeaeixi aeparaig ga-aig >ibr.e 
nr f«u: bpdronma, Hai mr-x,,. 
pokaibiiix'aa >f»ar ahn*. eOCf\f\ 
pirg '*nir» Oiyid Bar iOuLKJ 
Mr Taylor. 4-llM B.et 4-MM 

FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 
$10,500 OR OFFER 

33 WI do*ix *11) hand;# 'i-i, •* 11 . 
aobaif'jriwl doplei 1 *, rntxma dn*n 
and (nur ronma u» oil a r Large 
I«*( Blih fniii treei Reteix-i* till 
»er mriBih. tnriudini beat .gn* 


rr***,.-) ,. gxion, (a 

OK1t-«edx'*rT t 
healed h .rga,, • an a 
i’'X<niimaii It fuuri 
r-^r full 
prire 

CaU Mr nemihf 
Brea. 3*47#3 


VrARK STREET 
IMMACULATE ' 


4-n$n 

Member Virtoria Real Ct'a'a Ratrd 


Ri> hA*ne (n heg.,' (,i( rne 

dl'.nn Ihr-uth- n'e','* m-d 
vf.ir'-l and ledeiura'nd Ii()*n '-.p 
!• b*-'i>*m d»e,n- ki'*nen «,red 
fnr *ana» »•* yine r*r"lly hnn*e nr 
»r -*d ,1-101.4 H'*' a'r •a*d'i*' 

he.- a »A ',11 ttoxemer' f>"-,>,le 
garaae nix lane BOZC/^ 

<*.ear ll> e P'l-e ^OODU 

F*r'i|-,»* I l•t■n|x 
Pieaeg aaa :-i, Ur W O raitternti 
4 ills Bvr* 7-tMkl7 

R ' ’ AVi mj(t.miaa 
#33 flr'»» r"*ivr' HI 4 till 

Uernhet -r R*a' g--*t. Roarg 

af Vi 


$6500 


YORKSHIRE 


CAPITAL CITY 

-- REALTY 


DUPLEX 

EXCLUSIVE AREA - 

T*** fiye-rnntn kui't* art rniMainoil 
in ibia raxal gitrar'ive up-and- 
d.»p. dup.ra Ki el’eo' tetrir rei- 
e ,e n*ner leaving fnr Bngtang 

$20,000 

F-ea*a rail tar .par'lruiar* 

Mr Ria^niti 1-4141 tvea 3-ti4k 

HEISTERMAN & CO. 

1131 Biafiataard •trevt 


BhTARLlBHBD m# 


McCANDLESS REALTY 

I3« rnfx Biteat Phnna 1*1111 


' 'u- n- 1 7171 l»ea a «a 3S 
rAtnnrtD Hxih lf*a- xxix Cn-'agr- 
• A. •*'* 1 -hurra n* *i'h •nr.' jth 
h» (' re '» ng rnnm »i'n «ea 
X ,. g.*' -nee dining fAn,** k>'- 

••hep la «• hed'hAin and ha’-hi-xAm 
-a 1h» rt.'xilld flnr* T«n ined Bed- 
r ym' and ha'hmnrB •ip*'ai** h-ill 
hgtemerf: *-’b »hP*»' and 
h-xi •e'er f-imart *;ih Mi huffler 
garage 

Cat) Mr niei)k.B«rt(» 


'37 FORT #T 


AM CORHORAfTT 


Revenue S 1 72 

PFR klORTH lAMgS BAY A 

li'’-xr.d xiiiie. On lUip p]>,mbitxg 
r«.'x rente., na -'(ren' turnare 
BOUD PXOWnrY C.n.. in Fa,, 
'•’"•hi Ranning' 

lain* Dmv*« Pn.g $9700 
Grocery Store 

f»('lLf>lhr> Ann B(-#IVB(M Mnal* 
ern llvirg ,,ua*i»,. Turrxrver 
arnund A46 0«n pe* .ear ki<»##A 
d"*B Prire iixcludina tf-on*CFx/n 
ai'xek and e*}a-pin*n> 3>44.DUU 

Steok ond Colfee Bor 

Man n'th*k> tumn»er arr.,,ad 
••n# iraai per m*p,h M-xievn 
building BmkM rnffe. in-p tjving 
Q-iartrrg 3 a're« gi •nt 
enx taatiQ dn»n H*ar nMer af 
III 7M 


HIGH OAK BAY 
$12,600 

Borgom to Clear on Estote 

H*ar lan*1*'«ni and Pnul Rav Rd 
Th;i u a .*•#* (iva*,w)at retitfeti’* 
*''B *he ala'- a*e 4i> uhfin- 

• h»d a'l.v -need* anmy lie, hra' lag' 
h't' a •*ti-b',i.' name ann-,' 13 
tear* .x,*l WITH A RURT7C BX- 
TBRIOR Af«D IX TnF-XrrlTH LO- 
CAnOtt' An ear*i'ent ga'deQ la* 


LAKE HILL 
A PERFECT DREAM 

That maghiii'ent <x«a.(i«nr h'xma 
rn* ha»# been ;rmk r . (o, Th**e 
brd'MMh* liv.fli iixaB) l*ii3 dmina 
taam I3vl4 ihr'cah hail, laige 
(K’tht ktirh*R nak flanr* ihrnijah- 
au> yatra-lxigh baarmeni «"g) i 
piare a<iia«atxr ou heai.ng in a 
mail detifthie a*>d a«irar':x» oe^h* 
hnrhTMXd far a happy lami'r Tau 
a-g »,,xe in Ipvf 11 Came *ith me 
•iv ie* Ik an« tf X e rtrtrt 


Ca;. A Logman, ant' m*. I-433A 
r*x« }.44iT 

HIGH OUADRA SPECIAL 
Convenient — SccTudcd 

Nn lie*- T*a.h*4rn*m ktu" . nnine 
IB «he heat inra’ian BeaiieM tm.de 
aid *.,' Large iiiing rv-rp a)ih 
(l-eBlI'e rnevry kt'rhen *i<b „u 
,'iM. • aai.ed pemnr'xh* ha'h fni 
hg-emeM ^ l*r :nft .pne ran be 
•e e . (e*ired a-d 'vn *e*e* A 
hi- l •i-xpx nut tioret eg. g I'l , 

'rrm.T . $8950 

Cai! Rn» Kaer * 3-*;" a-i'ima 

SEMI-TUDOR 
AMONGST THE TREES 
OAK BAY 

Re mi 


FOR THE HOUSF PROUD 


R-.fe'« *.,i **»-*griiae -v;* (parte, t 
live *'Mcii biiAga:',* a* a '*41 har* 
gg." ,T>e ihfjgh-ha. I aa prri- 
» de- .gxge hvtpg •*n«*i ■liBi'g 
rmm hr th' aad mnd*rB b-''hen 
Thxe-e .< a * i-i hfth batem-ix' and 
h-t.aa-ri ret-ina ’in.' Bept'aie 
ga*aie An eyreiieni in*a*>-.>r 
*'".' 1 »d h gh and hrigp, r'nig 'a 
-an betea kiwpping r>y|** end 

Pr,;. $11,500 


LOVELY FOUR-ROOM 
BUNGALOW 
NO STEPS 


ARTHUR E HAYNES 
LTD. 

GLADSTONE AVE. 


LEACH & SPARKS 

OAK BAY SPECIAL 


•he l.xtiia r-nam hi* a rnl-dn*. fire- 
pia'r large dth.ng "inm •ler-ie 
at'rbefl ttUU) breakfa-x r-nn* Tha 
ma*(e* bed'nnm *e .fa large Fern- 
b'nge •xa'Aruom v*n* an b; od* ;n- 
*ai*xed lARflF BABVMFvr WI7H 
AN • Ft enUxn HRIOHT IJh K 
R A*xffROOM LACVDFT tX^f X- 

«tvr Ma Mm WATER HrATixn 
I.HtT cFAttR WfTH A FBRPtT- 
I'At. xi-rriY nr n'^uBimc iffrr 
WAThn *•* '-•nr't b* an aidegly 


SvdBfv M'Opnaid l-44#4 


a etd and neaiaixrd and 
h’li ha* IdVeT* ti'x-ipd* 
•a e. 'ed e gni 'arge rnnmx 
1h|.-*r. in Ml Jey gog 

1* an *«'a’e 


$7750 


GORGE-BURNS]DE 

^Xm,i*gdfinr>m medaen Uu«a. .puB- 
#aie* Larg* llting rnrtm e-a li.e- 
pier* (amilv m* klirheo. 1 1 ' 
haiemani taira badiaem ppetj 

- $9400 

Mr DrebB. 4-»»#«. 3-3#4l Ixta., 


' a -even. I* *e help m**' 

I a • i.a »>#h' •'"'•died hi 
I a • » hairf'i'xm nn 't 
I Iiiuxt and nn# upa'atra 
xh»d» '-xr ••"•kgr aReeerai hea-- 
ng Int'i '*er* ai-d I'wd garden 
Upi-r* ,'/xr, |i renifd ''>r |7k 

B'bnxnix ai prrveBt nr ahnie haa'* 
•'-i-d *x* ariiirei* ta-'abiv f<*r •!>• 
large ard gr«»ing 'am. lx C’"** 
•o fh^xe.i ana, (iar*i T7»ie •tp# 
nf -'xoeirgrl.na il aoiid fnr man* 
»»ara -xf goag ifytr-g A »r* r**ol 
aa* r'-emiy metalled an# 4n(«'da 
£aiQ'*d -n pale grpen pti pamt. 
Thi« i« a<»ad far (ha rttht penpw 
f>r*n In offer far all FQ/VV^ 
-rath Bargain pM'-* JoUvv 
F1*aea aak fat W Jnnaa 1-UB3 
Bne* 73# Fnrl B' 3-1431 


Mpenien 
'■ hnuee 

> ground 
Ox,'- fg 


oakcrest 
$2500 DOWN 

Why h'M'd «hen vnu ean bag fnr 
le*a* Lnyvif ran'h-ivpe 4-tnnm bi,!- 
gal,** ? |Bp *q M M auperb roix- 
• ■luf'wn T*m*er aum «, nea- pg 
Wndern a* the da*a (keap'ifgiiy 
laMv-anyd penuM. B>*'’ri<a:ir 
«m*>alfd klxrlxen r-Jll* iiuutated 
tmmacuiat* ia and oui Radured 
a*ar b*la« rnn.iruetlaB ca*i 
Among I’tligf riae home* and gand 
neighbara Ynu )uk» can i build at 
tha aakjii prua ^ , . rir\r\ 

»> <«lg „ $11,900 

Ken Wa'iarv J-ll## ma. 


$9450 


CITY— OUADRA 

F'l* rnon* nider-'ya* buna 
• ’"""•. •aiki-g n.x'anre tn 
hv-gif ail hfa* Ml* taaea 
haip ta lisanca. tfev 

A*kmg iyi 

Btda Kenrie*, »*4lt7 **ee i 
111# Panahard B<r*at 


OOROON MBAO v»)l# f lev#] 
an'i rleared XRaR UAJOriC 
DRfVK- I MH g*|4 

FAIRFIELD REVENUE 

•*$ P(tt* o*f*rk lure Dmihia 
piuirhing Baiement turnare gar- 
*t* tn *atel)*ni eandiiian -Owoer 
• f trade In- 'vnalier h.vme .a 
gigfl#' Or prMo emycn 
iglMO davni ^ «IU,/DU 

Call 34/a MeCandMia. da*a 3-4IU 
nv evefiingg 4-'3#14 


laiinfi 0.*4 
Tad-xf (trie 
ABBratima 
Berluded tf i /* 


. Ju*. liiee K d • 

f'xr pr*xen( auner a -i, *i -r.,-, 
xe i»:,-ei ThMjg" hai, a ,ir* .. 
”*g r-xnai and 'ii.-i'-f r'l^m *ri 
F-*-rn -Jnnr* A' -a fi»# (I'.p, •» 
rah'nri klu-hen and -nr.i t* , «c,a 
r n-4i nMlrga-m* and Femernae n«'n 
rnfxeat'ed gtair i** uof!r-ih*d af»' 
Full na»em*ri haa r-impua inna 
m'lgheg ift '.'•i|*i ard aaxhmnm 
Re*'d|> Pluakblikg e-e Vet* gnng 
h-i'-atief ag’ hea'ing Oat'ie-i tree, 
t'.d andifapeo Ptuaied aiB'-rf* 
a h'ga.,’itxa ho<yiei r.ear '<'ii 
ard aane* m|| five *tee..ent term 
« ih e*i than rtni repatmem 


BFACIOL’B 


rieta* ,»i Mr l-'x:*' Y 0 '«*h:-* 

Corporaumi 4 Alla Re« . i-atM 

$2000 CASH 
AND 

$63 PER MONTH 

Wfl.4, R!*T fjii* V,,, aiirar't** 
7 Y O'YB AR-OL0 gi*' -Itip *tu*rn 

h-.'ga -X* .a high n .'inn ta** i. 
»**» - e*-. teo r-evp 'a heal a 
TV yerep . -n TWY x»x » ape i| .*** 
ttacl a g0*ir1 IfJT nn g-xM <extf« 
rr-niaini L<*inc rnn*-. *i»h lire- 
a,*r» i«a bedr'vmn* *i-h gnad *»•• 
e'k modern t<tr-e- UI'X, ,.n*| 
UUMa raam *iih laaad** 'e*e ai»4 
Femernke heinenaip a" np • « 
l*x*| Oag f anr* *.« t'ap* Bep- 
ara e • i-eriing ga'ifl* dftcfVk 
FttL ABKIXO FRfr-t JyOUvJ 
FikMIxe' pariieniara and t« »,g*. 

Blaaaa ea.l Mr Agar 4^14. 


The Conodo Trust Co. 

m# OOYBRX|gB»rT BT 
3-li:i. Ddugiu Willard i»«t 4-«»4l 


LIVING 


H. A. HUMBER LTD 

139# Benad Bira«t 


DALBY & CO 


VIEW 


Here i a tot Pt bapp* L*Uf ti (hi* 
BmdafB family bam* lwa>ed ng 
high graand «ilh a via* trnm lit* 
■lUa F*in( ta Oonaale* aed aMer- 
tn« vnndarfMl BICLUBIOH Thu 
Rpme b#a a >1 ft ii>ing rnam full 
diptnf rfwvm rahioM kitchen 
Mini BBDROOMB DBX and 
TVIkn BITB OF FLnMIlINO 
Full hatemPBt «IIB (•n-'tr garage 
BaowaMM tonom ana on hm 
W ti%r glnadng Wnndarfiaj my ta 
k*«p garden. A haeyp al r**« *itB 

$3,000 

Call ICr. Otto 4-#IBI. Kre# MM# 


OIL-0 MATIC 


TBW BT |-n4I 

DARWIN ROAD 

4-r»nm epKag* (tii| baaapaent 

' I. I!?®* «»fdmi and ipvaiy 

.L4;#da*._ 


SEA FRONT 
Good Revenup Proqtrty 

II rnoma «Kk to* app ll#rt«B 
• fFW apartmml tMi«aa ma'. larng 
garg** (rail uaav pgavitfua 
*Ti ttf4 (a aaB ibrpugM *a. 
(•raean *neugkg(aB«g* TTk.a Ig a 
anap Term * i > menev 

^kU map _ $16,000 

m *40 tta«a 
Mr JaroWa 1-B4M •**#. 

Mra C7PTB. #-*477 


FOUL BAY AND 

lansdowne 

AM*afiive narre hnnxa, li'irfg ?«<*■ 
*i*h nimn (treplare lamUf a.i* 
dinmg mam tan bedtonme cabinet 
• urnea *«h diniBg ipar* fCn- 
rln**d aiair*at tn uariniehed a m« 
F*iW *#!**"**' Mfx«i*pr ftoaTtne 
Terma arranged tf 1 <0 ^AA 
Fm« $ 12,600 

Bfttmata Hr Brmt 4-S#N 


OAK BAY 
$1500 CASH 
$50, Per Month 

Thia n<der-iyp* 3 h*drmi*a hnme 
Ineated •*** Tianmi Knad. tf ^ACA 
MB be BurehaaM Mr tf / 
Baeltwiva liaglBg vnn 

HOPE REALTY LTD 

iMl Bmad R*ra*t 3-*344 

£y*a Vane* Rnpa |tf|»T V'e 

T«M. 4-JBM. Bamag Jto.- »-4Ma 


OUALICUM PEACH 

BPfiey mnd«ra hmixe paan* 
BI, *4'#, .le** jpg (I (rnn 

■rn *|t *1 B# t' ge-ea* in m-x*l 
n’ed area Intuaied - A'jin nil 
M •even rnnm* F-i . la**- 
a» rarre'k **U*f#-*ail drapaa. 
Ida g*nmga 


i^ciuoeo country Home 

If ♦•*« am ,i*va ng fnr 
a aa-'npnx bnm* that ta 
ulea*-’ g I d'fferrpi 
If B*an laeaupB tPd pyivt'F 

$ 12,100 

Atra Fat* l-gRM pr 3-7l3» 

•wiBaamari •ac«niiaa- Ul Tato# 


3- mam bunga >' 
mnma fall M' 
(MOL kanaiaia i 


c B McAllister, agt 

•m 47, e«alk8tt» Baadk MO. 


H W, MILLER i CO. 


Town & Country 
Homes Ltd. 


l*}) QU&OftA 


pHosk }-m« 


$1000 to $1500 DOWN 
BALANCE AS RENT 

Cho r* inc%it«R «t(n •t- 

r*tURi *«iu» IB • fir#-roo« l^untft* 
*ivh HOT WATtR HtATIhrj 
VIRV tCCKOMICAL. atl UtU fht 

$6950 

C*)t Hr -tii«re» ♦'Wt# 

^032 SHELBOURNE ST 

M«<l<Tn tturcB niRIK-HKUnuOII 

AmbbIw with Otl-O-MaiM hrauni 

Pul* bawniT.' (IV I ■ . r 


d s*M* 9tt alacUM tiirlirR i.«t 

rT,\n $12,600 

t'f iPCMiniiit*n< IK «)»• iBKttar 
call OvArtr *niarn»l>.' I-TJ?! 
«»rai»B( T-21TJ 

EXCLUSIVE 

SEE 993 NICHOLSON ST. 
$2500 DOWN 
PRICE Sl-HOOO 

H*auiifi<l mii1»rn THT’fP- 

AKORO^iM 

lit* ant) '.ir.f-l 4 I ia|i <1 

Math.’ hf*'in< 4 »*»•»-■ 4«<({' 

•t-*lkn. fjon. p «r ai'h tMi .mr.i 
hall OPEN ns WEEK R?»n 
" '•*«*»»• Th'^aina J.TJ14 »• i-iTTl 

SEE 983 McBRiAR ST. 
$2500 DOWN 
PRICE $10,600 

riniih».1 »nit rrartf ■ i m 

Pita 1«:|» riv)tn< fjli n* fn <■ ii 

a id a.l li«atiti| Kr« ai »a« U' • 
llrlar fliirvi 

Call H' Tim n»l>» .1: l-J'J'Tl 

COFF££SHOP 
HEART OF THE CITY 
$1000 DOWN $1000 

B» Touf '»•« (iO'>r«.( »fff 

(ood lii:;T”r<rTri*uf., hfai 

and c *«n Balaam* |$0 a mnn'ii 

$2500 

T^-i C— taci -Maroid War* rxi 3 U4I 

BRAND NEW 
$1500 DOWN 
4-PLUS BL;^4GAL0W 

riBk* >• !>»• UiBiid Miaiia*. .A 
i«*« fjM.vitJan Haa>tttt-ili* irr*.| 
aira me fhwMa ai .ina U "ii 
hi-ai Tar p«it and aiacc' ^ > * 

•• $7975 

Mr LgA.iv 3-13$a oi '.:91 

HAVE A 2 ROOM SUITE 
FOR MOM AND DAD 
OR FOR RENTAL 
7. YEAR-OLD 
BUNGALOW 

Rr* aidrvaiKi and nr« mala i<'» 
rnnm* I'liixv. oafc f'nnii la-ia 
fawilT-na* dinina '.wm ■ i|u« 
raa«. famil* mm nodarn iiunrB. 
laa l«iB-aia* iHdrdoBia. (ull ha«- 
i»i»Bt vim aui'a ant vn’kiAofi n.i- 
o Malic hnaiiBa aAl dMia-ia aar. 

Bric. . S1L500 

Cor'ad IHro'd War#. »**« 3 1141 

EASTOOWNE , 

flit-riMMi MV ulua-flivd*rn kunca- I 

l; .$15,500 

OvBvr vllt trad* nn t «*.iav>n (iktB- 
aaiew for ap{iBinUr>'i>' ral' SIP. i 
Chfi«'*n»*n 3-3334 inrS Mm'- i 
Wat irrmi can i>* arrant*tf 

NEW AND READY j 

RPANKIIRO NRA. ala rnAfna. I 
tiardvAod f1nnr< THRKF nVH' 
nOOMR •“) h*Ai aanitp in oain. 
tnvm Dri>v-lR atraa* and a vnn- 
d*rlHl vi*v aMiAiti nav nnm*' Ti- 
rvliani rnn'irvrtidB. nil miCB 

r**'* $13,300 

Ean iiurnmn. 3-TTJd nr 3-14A0 

SAANICH 

Pmir-rnnm lailBalov. Cfl7n/^ 
dll raar* nU Pri«e JO/UU 
Mr Chnairaiva. 3-T3K or 3-MH 

BRAND NEW 
OAK BAY 

$5000 WILL HANDLE 

d«ta •« Wil1a«( Park. a«« rn<im 
raactaar ^uHl Itk# a ba»i,*.rn'i 
iKinv fniMt XnU lhrag(lt-hall , 
pud dint>'B rvvvi TURRK RPri- | 
ROOMS r*n ba«**«it OH-o-M*'; i 

SI 6.500 ; 

Cnataft Harold War*. ].|««l »v*a 


HICKS 

REALTY LIMITED 

ITI4 OOnOLAS ST l-tlM 

OPPOatTB WCPkO!* ! kAT kruR* 

SAXE POINT 

laad-*' Bgi*rv'4 I n*v hna* n h>(n 
),». audn nvrrionk.ni «aa All lata* 

rooBii nan fir-ii» rntonihH)' 

k*4rnani« tnBf*pi#. r r*inti/oa* 
b(th (nil »ii|h hc«*iii*n' auto- 
a^atK n l Hrai An«» In aa-«a* A 
A*H4tl«lul hninr in a 
|.«a Ooci4 (rrnii lA i*> all* pa-t' 

r;", $13,400 

Mr M**' in Willi*. 3-MOt ai-.i ra# 

COL WOOD -7^4 ACRES 
COUNTRY PROPERTY 

1$ W ft. A • i,a> m ni >,I <’ •••- 

tamlir hooi* b' ■•»* > m .rn- • 'v. • 

tiMtni aiiit t .r.'a * BD‘1 ( 'O '■ 

oil'll iK',. 1*11.1' .lull* 

('•■•IB lit)* I'i* h*.'.w.cni r.ari 
rviMi atnl n-'/hl 1 t" i'*i. 

divncii ' MU ••‘y ft'- '*'■ m* 
Kn>-alr piD'd l»*a' *1ir*iM. * 
(mail hun anil • L »*B i- •* 
Manr lrn>t (>**• ai.d ma:l t’;.'* 
M*tr k',1. aior»a and ••non« 

$12,600 

Mra Rn-ltiric* 3-$iAt ari’im* - 

DUALITY HOME 
MOSS STREET 

taa 3-H ■ M«n' *(»•• r*»'i;'*a and 
anpdflA*- rnniir'i. I .on maa* 'i’* 
hoM* an rvulMan tUli k«r OHaailnf 
TvvRataT'*' -fttavr* ta and 

dtntni room* T*o *aiia h*aia<i 
roddM in ba**m*n' «nh (•nata'* 
tolldl ami (hnv*r Krannmi'al mi 
(lot «Bi*r feline r«ll* Mt'iiaiMl 

Priaarc «*ta ■ li *n|n> (rarn >ii* 
■a^liadml lavni and a«rd*n» ai m* 
T*ar 11 I* i» a aualio him* *»o 
n»*d •** thit r 1 1 erv*v 

rite* $11,500 

Mr 7-$lA« io>< m* 

ESOUfMALT’ 

<4n-N> AMrarUf* !•«* riMim •> ■ n 
b'lnmov lit* **ara nM 'Pkr** 
k*dr<irm« la*i* I * n« room tntvi- 
*rn vitrd kit h*» nartlvaaM (ta...< 
Pull ronrral* ki *m*ni Mot -ir 
Biitaoiail' all h*a' Duio'it r* '1 
and Moarai* tarat* #ncnn 
Pull p.'r. •*rm>. StDUU 

At*t K*atlp| 3-$tM Pvra 1 0T0( 


$P000 


wen* w .msT Tmr itoiiir i 

POP rnr 

OU-O-Ma'ie iKti-ail air h*(<iBc 
m HOT' Mir* Irvma rnw» vi’lt 
anvn rir*pla-» *»n KrotoMnt vii 
kaMimoin H**«**n *tO (■•m or 
kaa*M*ni Pua ai in* door Ta«*( 
mIt a«« 

■XrtnMVr WATRRPHOWT 

HOMt 

th* Alr'Mnunai* bu»*r Th*-» 

1* aai* An* m* iku.4ia-r*nBi m-d- _ 
*r« ham* Omib’a ptuaiklnt 0‘l-O- ^ 

Matir t)*at Kt-luaiT* knat anrkar- 
w^Dduki* Mt $27,000 

-ESOUIMALT 

TTiro* k*drMin< all no no* Tnor 
titnt rvaai kUek*n a»d PPM- 
MIORK aATimOOM all *nB,»*r 
- ti- " -r' -oBf lo*- •• 
kvlIA In Hdl AD kat It'* ik» 

JO. ... J525JJ 

•Ilk •*?«# ar Htak* a 

rhmr arm 

THE C(T< brokerage 

Ikll PLApaHARO AT 

moMa a-Ma^ i-itu I 


1 fi7 HOI’SFJ? FOn SAI.K 

NEWSTEAD 
REALTY LTD 

prpAOHALtern kervicp 

1600 SO FT. 

OAK ,BAY 
Three Bedrooms 

L*i>*,( tardvra *i,icrn ham* 'n 
.•rat in vvart aid Buai-Ai.i 

• II M» n-.wah.v.r Lar*» ‘>na 

(«iira *» larc* uoi'Ht fiMim »•*- 

' it*a vil>) uCiUly iiMiai im*« i»*a. 

rm, I- J'ji’il* ilfl>*li Pul, ua *• 

m*o' 'an<*:ni ru'Mmt tanrn ana 
li'*u.*r* iJii-O Maiir Many nUi*r 
<h-(.liili« t*a'..ri that ruu-l li* 
.*•1. - ti- aauirdatru Hn*a .| 

'llihT*/:,. $15,000 

Mny* fair <dl tni. an* J M .rt . . ■ 


, HIGH QUADRA 

A'* ' !'tua.ii« r It a ala * •i.*.* 

IBM .|> r* tx •l-l.t. Ui* t’* *.'»• 

* <ni' vatibiria’ li «u »uu *Danid 
(** 'bu (■•e-raiiRi l*n-ardrnwin 
.'ull l•a>*ltIrn' >’.i I b-iii.atn* that 
t» •*: t.n a :. ■* i*’*« ini v.'.n l'**a 

mT r.;:.**"" $9000 

(*(,1 W M MrMahon 3-1117 
*i*n'H»» 1-ms 

7 ROOMS -4 BEDROOMS 

You ond Your Fomily 

Wi;' 1 .* in .a B n»-|t*»f-«)i<i duira 
bu'ica- « rfPi’i|ii*>( (iTii*»*A ai.d 
<1* "rak*d i*«ardl*t« of rnai It 
*n ■.nd'* a vralln nf quall'i »*a- 
•* ilnai (awnrt in hatn*- murn 
VW.r* rn»ir» 8|i toARK 4* I i** 

VI i,*i * ■ r ■-.J < (Ainru 4on 

»vn porvh nn mala fiaor T»i* 
ba.*tn*ni taua.lv »*ll Imithnl and 
ai'r(r-i.* rantaia- a rha-tnini 
Ivur'n bi-drniir. and **cotidari. 
pi rr kina .mr* roama *ir . la 
aain ti. and <l»mr rn»*r*d 8*i «a 
a alar. nil- ma'air aa'dra moat 
adnrttvHT (rnrrd and amonect 
oth'f f.n* n*» limn*« only **y*a 
mini. !• f-nm ih* <'»t r*n!iV 
U« nc ’•> ; ,<( orti*. |imm < **ti >« 

Ajr;.;.:'-' $13,750 

CAniart V ffai»i 3-4113 

*y*y . J-M4$ 

OAK BAY— 1530 SO FT, 

6 Rooms on One Floor 
Oil Automoftc 
Hot-Wofer Hoot 

Im m* l.y * t>n.w«-|,in rould k* had 
nP niia alv-*ai4< .old bom*. Jixi.ia 
f-(«ni M I4«?n «i'h f,r*p>a*r dm- 
in* ruiim Ili|al4 . Rllrlwn bUB 
n#«k r.r-irii ijilr rquiuMd. 
t.i* • ..(Ik (nr*> lnv*t» 

OMlFn.-....- pi. ,4 /i,n,n... room liaJd 

• II M fit*al«** Aairmtn*. aarav*. 

|v..ututa li'pl«*i)*n( ra 
3il I' A > I *• A 

pf... $15,750 

Pm atMi.iiti'n'*ni la •** ra.; Cd 
Cla a ; 4!iT 

HOME AND REVENUE 

PAIMPiaUl TRY yOPR DOWV 
PAAMkrtT Pnvr d* |.im «*|| 
a t- >rd 'AAm» and bath lar n».i»r 
B*tv • fra Thr** >*o<n> «nd 

Bl’-r -jp mu i9t 44* Iamc Ilia 
k*« t.«a hat •('*- unlL 
am .ij» m *a*( 13 via itnaa 

S'. $10 700 

Call Pd Clark at J aUT 

LIVE FOR LESS 

II*-* la a (>B* duaifi ihd vtU 
*i»* -*'j t"p qua. II V horn* and 

IH n*f inMath (*t*nu* Ag| *• ar* 

- .viih tiyinc rmtm Hini-ic 

rvflir. . ku -l>*n and ivo br'inminy 
In *a« h 0«k lluif ihrnuvliMUt 
Pull i>a**>.,rm v.ik rura pl.tniiivng. 

•til 'i-Ma' r hvl vai** hrati'i* 
li.xibl* caraff* Tn-i !“l - ttunv 
• OHM. 'q bit'ld a •rrund r*»*«iu* 
proi>**’r Th* pmntr t« anatn*!* 

' I • ' in.l bill tl*> (a.'rt trrivK 
aim l-.a il'vn t>r» CIT 
ni*ni mi*n ta ail*r« J I / . 3UU 
t'a.i M. D«.l*' .4113 ... . laaa 

THIS CAN’T BF BEAT 

t r Ihr** \**r .1 > . A 

Ih'uuKh hall v.( > l*ra* a 

toi.tii n.h Kuitdi i|> ttrruia-* 
PdKiI 'ir'.l xii.ni h'd.Mt- 

!■: k'lint raii.n*' kiuntn ai'n 
bf*abfa«i nnvk T>n ivia-vitrd 
b* m* Ppmbroa* b«ih uak 
planr. lAmidvork all naiural lin<«n. 
Pill ntr*m*nt f*a'uf*» ITxM mm- I 
t>.i> rm.ia. nanrli*4 'I!* fiaor and 
(m-ndarAAr rrtUnf Th* Hr«< In nil 
h*i' RtB'irrmant *alu* 113 Kk 

510,950 

Call'n.iv H'*«b T»*.'on, 3-4|n or 
• -Sin 

NEWSTEAD 
REALTY LTD 

3«4 PORT AT 3-IM3 

WESTERN 

noMPJI LTD 
•II YATta amg r r 

YOU'LL LOVE IT 
HAULTAIN 

4’ t-“o Mortqaqe 

An •fi*a4*dOaili ai.ritiU' 
biinvAktv— I v*art yacibg lad loua 
ill na rnoin haa **Tt alra tir*- i 
|ilar* Aivkvat I. dinlBf ravai 1 
•t’h ilvamin* oak nnur« 3ba 
iMaiiiiol «ab>n*t an.imn l« a 1 
Ai*a>n Pu-i knc'k 111* cabin*' 'op, 
pl-n'r tit (tnr*t* th* tvn bad* 
rnAriK at* nl ampt* prntiart w aai • - | 
r*tnbfAk* bathr-tam Puil h.ab I 
ha*«m*n> pip*d 1 u»p*-*- - vr'mnA' •* 
ta« hni va'ar h*a.*r Plrtpranf 
(I'lva-ln tar*** I >.t t*nr*d. rln** 
la *v*rr>htn4 T»rma ar* avali- 
abl* at tM ••k*d #nCA/A 

prira af 5VDUU 

Alan tvana nr Cliff nrtvo 3-V*^, 
Bvm'Afa t-3ia3 a-33$l I 

3 BEDROOMS ’ 
OIL-O-MATIC : 
BRAND NEW ‘ 

Th'« Inv*!* xii.i.n biinaaiav vlU 
bp .*a.ir .11 on* «**K « i.ni* and I* I 
«*ll aiiuatvtl In ih* thalr* l.ak* I 
II i ifRinri rnm|iria*« ibr«-.tn 
liaii. tart* iiyti>« rautn 'lata Ha- 
Bicn III* rirrpla.r Hriiht air* I 
< an.nri bi' liHii laiptj- .alf** bar 
an,| amrii* n.ii'r *o-i.|-- r* h*U- 
P':;Uv I.IUI'...*,* prrii-ll'ik* l.a'fl- 
tcfiiti hiiil t><*l> rrnipnl p*<*ni*nt 
mr-. (.■■'im>>< nil l>»i'iii* 1> .1*- 
in ■cat,-* (« *v.ii,in*i <.<■ Pi i ■<( 

at $10,950 

n>on* *<nrut8ii Tluiriiirr pr Ja a I 
Middlr'on 3 3IAT *v«a . • 14$). , 

1-14*1 


FRASER BISCOE 


UNIVERSITY SCHOOL 
AREA 
NO STEPS 
$2500 DOWN 

Jwl all vtaia «'d. v*r* a'lratlH* 
r*d**nra**d (TTOCro RnwOAtriW 
nf 1 IM to f. air-«aM4i!ian«4 ml 
h*di L.tnapfd Iwlat mnm tva 
lain-'lr* bndroiMna, *parlnur rab- 
in*i kii(h*n virnd tar rant* ta*a'*d 
•mitt* rnma lartlrn frnrfd With 
down pavtnrnl .-if IS Abo and *'«n'n- 
in* th* 4 ■ moMtar* nl <ppn>-,« 

mairif , 'S VM atll mat* Ih* 
m.tn'Mv pa*tn*nia rvo'alfnl la 

nnr, _ _ 19200 

An Ptrludv* Lir'int 
Aik far Air Wtiki'.* *' diric*. 
3-aUS *y*«.J4**4 

GARDENERS' ' 
LAKE HILL' ' 

A rvaliT nranttfiil aardm «nh 
• r*r* kind nf fr<(i> and *nr,>n 
Im imtild l*nr*d hith (tmi- 
•• '"d*d livaVAn Mnrtrrn 4'i-roAm. 
»T»'<T'0 At‘*rn AI ow --h»*f **■•- 
m*n’ Wilt ami law nr**««r» nii 
Ibitiar* driv*-ia sarai* Thia 
p'pwfM* U tn iBimariilat* rnnd<- 
'1*11 ihrAiiihAut r «ar i,il* tU« 
n»n fn*r*a own** la i*a»* lb* 'i*» 

“‘Si* $10,750 

Call Ur Wnttfrann nr Mr Wiibinl 
at affir* (.am *i*a. S-tSst nr 
S-4444 


OAK BAY 

1^ a n *a»* i»at laca<>ati. a Tudnr 
With lavat* Bardpa h*. a 
if «* ll«in« rodm viib bvwmtcl 
rrilUiC • 4A«d diniPf roam 

miMlrrn rakin*! b.trh*a. vir*d far 
ran** (aur n*drddfn« twio ba»n 
rniryn. iia>*m*ni pdn*il*d rumpu* 
rmm wtih rtira plnmnma and »U 
hnt aat*r hraunq # i r C/VX 

Trroia $IO.DUU 

JUBILEE DISTRICT 
$1000 DOWN 

^»4 rnnai* 'h*** b*dr*Mn> par' 
•b**»*nl -Immadtai* #4 0/\/\ 
ptMWMIna . $4bUU 


JOHN GREENWOOD 
mi.aaoAo ar 


S7 norSRA FOR«AI.R 

VICTORIA 

Realty Ltd. 

EXCLUSIVE 

SEAFRONTAGE.2ACRES 

tf »*i wan' »*• ad"! . nn 

Ih* «ra '.,1 ».i wi.|i 'a Mu 

miaftn to'.* nutitcio* • *n 

fu'! ba*p(n*ni 3h « •*« nw *t • 
Mi.il and Ilia on>> :*aiOB i'.r >* i-n* 
ly lli.n*alib D*-!:cljM«. li- d an ur. 

tb* aiHm* Hajd Wmmii Mi l* : •* 
prop*:!* in Vi'toi.a Itm., A "-a 

$8400 

P.*a«* rail f$ >i N*>. r**s *-%*M 

or K*iift A'tv. '.a'd *»»* . i #*T4, 


OUTST^iNDlNG VALUE 

'li Hat • . I • - I. - ■ » 

eiudob TUII 4-'UOia J irai I.ld 
kunca'r.a <■ th* k*M buy ’vda« a-ia 
** iiav* ru) hrtiiaUan In a't Pc 
fi'l til Vivv tru> I hull* nniTi* A 
taif* lltiag ragiB dini"g -n-iin and 
Piodrro c>:>li*B Thr<* .ai«( t • i- 
riinani 4.pi*i a ba'hr.MtB and a 
d*liflt'riit rumr»wa~ran*ii Ttib' 'i**- 
plar* asd 3 i>''<.* btirifonm n ' * 
b*i*m*tit vIMi *n'ran<<» »n 
I**', (rom iba baik laan 0 *ti*'m'i* 

, $15,900 

KiBdlT et K At. I i ar R, O 
N*v a' 3 SI46 
(flcliu 3-MI3I ur 4-StOd 

TWO BUNGALOWS 

*1 OAK RAY BOKOPR. it' H>fiH 
UI'ADRA Tag I n* 4’a-mrim n..- ■ 

f a.nwc oaa Iloofi (>*xi r*|.i •- 
(vt-a.r flovr furnarri. Lxt,r 
v*''*rt lai In* *«»«• V'.ii .»M* 
-a^b*.* a, thl. pnr. 

Call Jack Baa‘*< L*R4u--U4.aj. «4 
3 *14$ * *Mn|. 3 5*»» 

'4 BEDROOMS — DEN 
VERY EASY TERMS 
OAK BAY 

V*'T •:•,.* r*a A f'P.* fci-.’v 
hnn* n Oak Ha* 'ar«a tiy'n* 
i.»in, and <l*.c ra ' wrfti itau.'* 
ft ro.ar* |.)*H din.n* ronm p iij 
b*,*m*n; and taiac* H*x*n frit- 

i|rtP r-a*. and i, • 

^utih*l|p«abi* (uti tf i 1 c rtr\ 
pt.p* nf ill . J'JU 

CWlt JlPk I *nmiti;'l-- at 3 llrt 
• f«T. na« 3 1441 

(DEAL FOR RETIRED 
COUPLE 

>l»i* la • cni' Rio«*rn I 

hi.ir««:,.v i.) n T'l f... .-a 

a-«a Oil n*ai •i.arhb* ga a«r 
Ni'^iT Iarrtirap*1 T^r-.., 

$7350 

P ' 4 Knih At-fliHi . *»*. 

nin«' 1 an3A *. p r> s« 

moda t a4M -fa** 

6-ROOM MODERN 
BUNGALOW 
OIL-O-MATIC HEAT 

w 1 MPtiamr fur hma* in (ng.and 
P>»-* call K*rb Archibald «$•» 
J-naJI Bf R O Nn *c*a 4-$l04 
l>iti« 2-tit$ 

111$ noiciaa Atr**$ 

Oppaui* laiuBB S*'l) 


GILLESPIE HART & CO. 
LIMITED 

411 Pori 8(t**t a 1141 I 

DONCAS''’£R HEIGHTS’ i 

A a* 'OK .-1 . rj.*i- I 

.PI ' I f*«t .ft; g . »».•!* pciiin 

3 b*.l-....fpj« hPifM kii ii^n inr.'id. 

1ft* all tJtic* a'. 3 r .pn»r ha' «a>»r 
lank I )«i*p* Pvmbpna* ba'hraatn 
lalt hkaptnrnr hat dr Urnap* ta- 
ra<p wiib niralv latd-aui giuwnd* 

p';'.'. $7350 

Call D»R Pa'i*p *v*t at 3.|S:a 

FAIRFIELD I 

A Few Sfeps From fhe Sco 

Thi( fi.cptionailv wri ■ h., ' i. 

rnnnnd hem* f|il*d with aui.>hin* 

W"<; k* appr*rlaiM wb«n *«u (t*p 
IMA th* FDlPSOC* hall All roniaa 
at* atwrinua. hardwood rhaora 
dnw B aad J bedroo-B* up hav* 

• aik-ta plaavU with win law* 

Unuaw pii.moiftt doukl* a<rj«*. 

:i' h*ai. ta*. ar* a few it* 

man* fratur** which «au w :i ap- 
iifpi'iat* wtora ywti *r« u 

t-'.t;*o $t 0.000 I 

( all J D Oiinn *«*a al t UM 

MOUNT TOLMIE 

A I • . ..l-M** i.i.Rir -i ■ jh 

ti dp>«|htl.|| xip.nun.llitr Ir.' 

Ing i.vtng rwam doung r«om • < 

J anad-aiand b*drn(im* on ih* mais [ 
liu-.r a.3 nak flnnra Orwuhd lvy*l l 
f*a'iir»i an r(.*li*'H nla'irtprt [ 

h**i*.| rumimp I'u.m w,'h hr. a 

• it*. .'a > ho'ibi rrw.ni and ri'ta 

p' .'*>', i« oU bCAlin* and •*u(tr'* i 
pyppp' Utw do* r, p«>WI*r- I 

$16,500 , 


57 noiRF.^ FOR SAI.F 

GONZALES — $6850 

CHdP' • rt' I .rn** . . ’ 

*: '• a*»rrrip-- (awdi. 

B( * n*.*a* $1' 4*(* 13 ...1 ' 

Trode for Loroer Heme 

.$.1 a Pai» 4 a'.ti f.r 'i- 


N.iMh**«'*rc, 


ka^a- 


S75u DOWN 

r.i* nmm b.ncklow par. caviurak 

ssooo 

Hooe Realty Ltd - 2-6246 

SI'I Btoad H' (>i» T(Bf* Il-ip* 
J.jatff V,, lurrat 4-:t,.4 
' TI ' H > ‘ 

S:A tOI NTKV A.M> 


FKOI’KKTV 

MIAMI Hli.llW A’. MIU. HAY 'iO 
a ■ ■ ft - i> I.,,u 

r*:n*M '.***ir<n: fjinar* **il. 

I "• ^a-ac* u't'nv 

I ... 1 1 U m p'ptip* Oaiitr, uiiwit* 

r- .01* If . « x: 


SECLUDED . --- 
I- FAMILY HOME 

O t • . . I ..P-1..' •' * , , |.,,n< 

fkbr Am* ri(A««t> 

V(|:Y AT-.nAI.7tVt LOCAn-v. 
(hj,. OP*- iig arrtiard. opfio* ’* 

B‘J.= 1 a»p I'ar* 48‘1 r-. 

i'Tpid'.n $5500 


$i 6.500 

-Call Brnak* 8''nh*u«nB **** at 
3 iwea 

STEWART 
CLARK & CO. 

314 Tarraw fliildtnt 
• 43' fat- Bi. 

DRIVE BY 
3829 CAREY RD 

8** M.ta <M|.*ik budgalaw mi* ma*i 
bi-ats. ifiili* «)i)»ui<vpd iiil-ti vivi. 
h**.»d and . ft lypt’ir'i'l* .i-a'-iip-i 
ti'ini# a.' in* !ii*-Kp' I a .► -I » 
citag* a b**.|)ilu| gatdpti M . < 

’A.km. $11. 850 

DRIVE BY 
360 LAMPSON ST. 

A A'lai'r bom* in a hvaudfei ir*. 
■ing Oil. O. Mat r bn' waUp h*f. 
Iftf full baa*m*i ' a: 'b* hr r- 

fra'wr** ar* I**:* Own** mnx .>g 
np.talantl p.aiv i*rm. ara’.Kr 

J:.r* $14,850 

OAK BAY 
$11 000 

P*»ip h*r1pnnifip atwl t d*n 'iTg* 
ll*ini rnnni' full die ng ponn- »'<d 
«'*'-p .ftrrirvi vitti difi-nt .t.i.* 
P*ill ha»*m*n» n-' h*a* dm.*'!* 

? 1ulflhlnt J'U' *ni|lb nf 't» ar*ii.r* 
*rwi< and quirt pnaavyatnn 

4-1011 4-0317 

Br*nin*« U» r i -anp* l-flM 
Mr r .PH 3.i:nt 


Why Pay Rent"* 

Look Over Th*s List 

ALL N H A HOMES 

Its 3M ■niip*-i>*ir •n«n- '.♦••••larl 
litvnr h*«cm*fi( |ii»iil»-Pi 
IIS Th'** b*rlr.'Om» 

kai*iTi'n| a.| -^pnau. ml 

hrat 

IISTim Th'** b*drnni(i< Pi-i*mi 

fina'v h(«*m*'< aninmc - 

h*»» 

113 3dA Thr** h*,lpAnm< h« • ...g 
flpnra li*r*m*n' a I'niTi* ; nil 

h*ai 

llilMi Tbt** h«i-.'nwi( ha'ia.'pd 

llddra ha**ty>pn' hn. a r n.a- 
W* ir.y I* : Irqui s. ih* 

abny* pr»p*r- *. ,n, na>* a it 

and wi<h In btii.rt *»* or far >a'i? 
y M A 'nan 

A'l -n*r* hn-t«»« -an k* pj . ,,.*j 
at r*r«nr*nl* dnw', pa rB*n-r a:d 
■nn'h f pavmrnta 

Llovd & Reol Estate ortd 
Insuronce 
•It cooRTHY antrn 

Phana 4-Mil «* i-jiii 


Ook Bov — Nearly New 

B*»*-)-rwnmMi r'-j . •> rmni-kunia- 
law f*l«wtr tt&fl*rBtt*8 (Innd 

- . $14,700 

2348 HAMIOTA ST 

pt-»* kv H ^* ,n*p*r* phnn* 
A'*» r*!* 4 khSt WT 1-7121 

adrtbw*at*rb aMBmiBt. all TaiM 


M « A.NTKO ro BI V— 

lUHSKS 

A LARc/r BPAimrut. View i.w 

■». .* II lOw. la nra 'uurihi-.un 
lnc-'»>*f * ta It (g *x. 

fha'i** M floilT' filvinrBt nn hH- 
lu-'aiAPd rriPUu* pr.ip*ri]r or 
i)uiil*< in i*<M di<in<i-ai-4 will 

i1*r **.n* >r rr nr «- 

rw.,.1, Bu.iga.-.w- P.rt*« idi,«* nn* 
Hr',*') Wr-ura Iloiura I'd 3-3IIT. 
K«p- J-3SI3 mnn or pa , bir 

UV HHIVAIt: lirVbR 
fWti.ic at*a, Mii-!*t-v arh--! 
Or* fin* thrvr b*f1r-:---:: - iiTig 

PJ,. ... du-.l-v 

t>a>rm*b'. «ara<* and *apil*n 

lAipuid (pf luirfpdpn m in'ii.int 

•tip--.* ma r.-r abbk* Api>rp'-'a’* 

k'lrl t>a"' -,«■ I • P'l ll, 

(ir,. / , nniu* r , . 0.,* l|*4 

V..' ,« »»"• 

RELLIHU 

!>' ■ *•* p ft* uS • ■ • pr-ip* 

p" AA* p-'- .t». '..V 

h,-.'. (*•*,.* 

art a.r *»*> r*,-» «, 4-:i4l ' »r 

qut . I- . - 

Ai.'rpd i • ) • • r>t L'.d 

l.MI 

W AVTFO •1'' PRO<$r»fT I AKR 
Lanffpril Ldk* nr inert Ib**. a 
r..,ja* Tnr arnkn.l |.$ (Mb C3.*nt 

. rtiwaai A.nii ng >na: >i**d« 

w >Pk r-rm. • nu' $1 flb* =..»>. 

Kl»d>t. -ai. D>‘ >gia< llawkri at 
lUrrr V,.*’'' I d 3 (!ii. -af'pp 
7 4414 ft' 3-3ini . 

potrni or th* avihub - my 

cl.*al wanta a *mait l-ktrlraam fu«l 
ba.r*pnrn> hr>m* ara bi milrrl i *- 
lwp*n ISMA-$aac4 d*p*ndiftg rm 
rnt.dfllon C l*t)‘. haa rarh and 
bn*rn t mind rrpalr* n**dptl bt*- 
».d*d Ofir* allawi fur rep* rr Pl*a«8 
ea> n*i'g* j* S'J'SJ *«»« 

I-M47 

UARBV PORTPR LTD 
immjri 

Do voi) wan- t'< p*:i r^r ra'h «r 
B. rr'n'ulpfi..'* >a ip«>ni'h'' If 
'* pl*i'* nntW’ m* imuirdiaielr 
a* I iiaie »*«*rat gt-ci.na c irnta. 

• I,-- t,nrn> m.pp'' t p 

phnn* R ft HiMr 4-|d$4 n* 3.«*ia 
P i".,»p pin 8 piUM1ip* I 111 Ail 
Tc** P'fppl 

W Af. 11^' I Hi |*MI V 
In Ofl'g* nr aiiprn'in**^* 

Rnur-ra-.m hnm«. bat loa pM IJAM 
duwn R4a*m*>it pf*;e-r*d bu: not 
n*r»k«arv Th.» ** a genuin* e»l'' 
FI*«p* phst* Ra* Mama 3-414' 
(*r'1*r<> K'alifia IJO-t J k. 
Wi.i'inm* * Ca. 1.(4 

fAIHPIHn WAS-TTO 
f"i*n' w.ri'i g.< .ri bam* tf vmjra 
h*« 'hti- wr l■>l,f h*drwam* *i*h 

hr'h'-".m Bfi It* rtirili fldar p. *•* 

pbap* rha*l« Vtr.ftg r * H«->« 
F>ia'*t I'd J lit*; Tr. a abvui 

lll.0ftn 

WAWTln FOR CA8II - WR ItATB 
a ,|i*nt who will pa* a>h |nr 
!»♦•*( type ham*, in Jamrr far, 
Ideas . lie MS n*B«q rail R O. 
Ne* or R Arrhlh«M at J-AMS 
*«*« 3-08TP df 4-lt0« V -coru 

Rp* It Ud 

" MOyiY *RFAI>Y' 

Thpp* burr " »».it -• •i.'f. 

new ksiivai.'wa with t>( 'V* 

• -P BOi(*d I . h*lp *>.' Hr,., ar '■ 

rwimirdon Fh«ne • ’ r ’ , - 

*•* mgr 1 'A4b ar ; • ' H *.* 

» I'o F71 Fnri • 

flAVI C.A*H Cl.ltVT mu F.UAM 
h«'i r 1* I'a a.tet A arp*» wiip 

r'p(«e ra’l Kei<h Affhlba' ' ere* 
S-dOT* f>' II O Net crer 4 '.I"*. 
(]•>•. 3-B14A 

VlFJoaiA RFA' rv f.n> 
i;n nao CAWII 

To h* ajir'-'oi an otner 'in# 
T*»">'i* prnpe'ie nr aiM hlo-k, 
rh'iwinc 'ea*'i *wie e*t-ipn» It ro.| 
ha:* (fivrhjnr pl*a»* rAm*.-' po* 
r Htm 4-iak4 ar 1-4414 HdrUi- 
weitern Veu't'l*' ltd 

I’RorsT 

flare ••Iffrl rU*ti' WHh |l «MW 
•a (“eon down pff'>d3~nH 'wn- 
i»tf** hedroi'ti hn«'«i n,w>d 
’•nn'hlr paimwair *-nir*> \ltr 
Jnn-M’nn y ,p hw*"«fB Rpp'M ll*r 
1 'd 4 anil OP 1 '4AA 

RfDiy* nirST AHRtVfHQ RF- 
qult'i 1 nr l.tiadPAotn hr.’-* baM' 
fiient b'*f*r»*.i »■ .' nm *«»*n'ial 
Ab» nir* p*n.ipft-i|- dl'''h’' Yot 
aver I'd MM Ac f.-r ,n F' -nr 
np p. ;l tt'**n ., st**.p.-, |i. 

I '-I • 3l»i r*r • JiiJ * •: » 

xitioiRy HmiFF ur TitKrF i,r 
fmtr h*.|pn inu i< Rif Jimp^ Dnug* 
lar • hwil B'*a wanted '.‘p rlien* 

• • . ■; . , ...a< n.. 

• V • U'.;.-iii:(». 

.* '-'I - r ■(> iipa <i 

V AVTFD 

* • •••on a* (• 1 ' ^ t.PiltpwTB 

' A al rad- 

'• "*• r an M, W*'l;nt' 

h..,". . icp. I, 1,0, 1 'B 4 ri$4 

t .-Ir* 

A ’ I.'PF n|» RtUKODVf 

I., ,p *.•>, |r 1. 1 'm*ht In th* 

' i-a ' • •• d, •*• Wmall 

h' •«.. w < n»" p«im»h' p'**.* 

■ • ♦ U 'V hB'inrter* -7244 

!»• : »« Vlffp’ P' ,.o* 3.1313 •'• 

W AWim TO Rl/T -FDDR OR 
ft** rntim ht|..**: w m th* Unrve. 
t7.i«n*'d* At Ui'iA' View dudPir'r. 
he'wren II AMI a“.1 17 bad Ul roh 
fin 'rear ra MIA |«ntlart 4.4M). 

wAVTxn IN fitwm niirmirr - 

r»p* .T- p*y* . "Vim ha ••* i.p la ill • 

ftftn o;-i*r • n» wi'.i da If w*.l 
bui • and nt*pp'**if RI*--klt)(np at 
F S' ra'P'r , I i i-TlTi 

Hr iiAvr n irwra waktino 

• •ge tPieri'j* and Uabt ba««*k*ep- 
Ina prapet'e Conurt J DeWan. 

*'» 4-71AJ 11 A Hiimker Lid. 

iJja Brnad 8tr**i 3-»l4] 

o'T or Towy rttrirr waktb 

nuKipfn him* in U liyeecf* area 
9* iVan 'leeghu ••••uti4 alidad 
t»vii ITar.n Smth^eMern fUrur* 
lit*, 1-1 4 l«t ar 4 43AI 

riOBdn «-A8»l I'tH 4’. OK 

S IMiRt bPHr* If Oac It*. ('..Phi 
'■ •'na'vl ?-*im *>.t, i. ■ « • la-a 
'p RitUllll •' 3 0141 4M nnaip 

I •§*• 

AAkVTW* FROM OWSRH FMAfL 
h im* in oak Ba* Onrann tl*ad ar 
radmro Rav wiv ptf all ra*b 
up ta 13 fHSO 4-7741 

TAASTfH OF-AHn-DOWN D"r7.kX 
t'lirn' waiii-t An? gntm dU'rl't. ' 
Ta.’ lart Rp'pwn . 4-4i;4 *v*4 

4.403* F*mf>*piiic. .rl'lin** !pld 

W*VTTD POR ( AWff rursT” 
•ma.i •"•I bom* F*.t?.*m <>. r»*q 
n«, Co. I Bd r.rri t 3 ilM * *•• 
••rrd ReallT I 'ti 7M Yrt * .$ p*t 

'•ROOM Moorry R*'ynAK»w 
•■1 ha-e.men' not Rrt mfi. 

I t.j- hr, Ifnad *•*• rhnptp »’P- 
nintr n*-w*p.. 4,4 p .<5 2 *v«4 

ft9 PI{OI*KKT\ for SAI K 

1$tM|rr>IATr FijnrUIMION haas. 
UB— larwL 4'a a tea Rtirwt 0*B 
dial, I ‘ T3ir*w r,-",m« a"d bath- 
twain rH|,k*t. haatv Ftawder h,->u.* 

*A1 hp .d'ngr n'*Wdl“t 

f>: larni *quipinp a- ,l '»».• (>,1 

tpp, ^ r,'*.,. i.(a I’.eO 'ipp.-. 

* • r '• ■ . he-^ 1 !•' ••, 

fef «•> an a ■» i -:n • r.- nr 

*•.1. - p I 'U Au • • 

•na’. , I'. ••••' •r.'i '*«•••» 

tnwnii.,1 Rpar-m#*, • »i*ar • •• 1 
mvilp.t lerr equlpmen 

• ar'p'l R"'pT*af Cw Mil l*‘'g. 

,*r Ml f-iMi 

HHA UJTa* ”3'*tOTR~ dARMA 
ie**l tand aMl all «ervl'*t hith 
grad* 1044 at fvar pri * Cl-»e la 
(.'Ma'i Pii'** r'a'*r »te I rv>t 

them met r-vd mat* twoi ef'er 

rartip* M R*ifPa aid R:**!""' Pd 

nr --JVaA 

LOT Al X134 'y BPOAfVAAT. 1 
OiMkfdN MlbdltUMO. 4 Mia. 


PROPFRTT FOR JiAI.E 


4M FT WATLRFItOHT If ACRES 
I IT -lar.dinq timber >M*t 
• :l«a tram miae at Banle River 11 
m,i»« Ir m Quaiirum rxrung Ideal 
lar auiw rouM nn mai... highwai 
I' v>* fermr Bn* U'l Virion* 
ffp'* 

OAH-hAY axcai.tB*fT VISTA' on 

Oanea.pi pan letai. ea*. »• build 
•P let Sd'M* ubif on* laft in 'hla 
area Ml, I ■* 1 a'Alng 13 404 
Al I. a I. Rand' 3.»ai6 A r.efl «'a'- 
michaar Ca Ltd 131I 'Irwad'Si 
4-73M 

lIlArRS.Y 

C>at*d coAd kuild’hi ii'e Vr*«iiB 
bV'indlMg nne buuftdarv Otrr, Ruad 
and lirarre R iid IJ 2M nr otter 
I'ai u'lie Age'll 
A 8 P***M 4-«*'l *■ 
HAOAR i< bVAAYSf: LTD 

VAILEYVUW HCBDIVIBION 
tAmreiai ar.d U'-Kenrt* A»*fiu* 
Ot>:v inrre mole* kiilldlng ui* 


'*■ 4 714* dara 4 *111 

WT»* row^t TniM'iariii L*U' i.id 

M niuiri) BL’iLiiivit LOTRr 3 ib 

4w0 varifr 'ram iranr.ranaaa h'ln- 
• »*« Php... Vaker Far* area Alra 
a va4 q ft f'ame Iioup* fat la *. 
munihlv leroK availaal* op Iq'a 
P n P ,.»br.’ * 347* or call at M41 
M irp.m R,.a,; 

in ACJies* a'iL CLEAHFO WITH 
2/Ult tree* Four raimaalin b'.-eta. 
• • (r'B*M and woifcahup V [ A 
appfiivf.- inch loraiiiwi i4 mu** 
Ic.iRi «.iv ivi|.'* Pngnp Kra mg 
UJT 

WATTtHrHOHT lOT HBAV1BW 
Drur 'r*n Mil# Puifll. aodlr 
a*p flan on praptfiy anil piiu- a 
the Lut 8p*rlali*i, Mr Jllch.'imn, 
Harr* Fnripr IM 3-3101 anii mc 

3 11 ACftSB INTEKUHRAN AND 
Api na Paad- tttht and aairr 
A..,!'* ae'.omf No reaanr-al-i* 
utier urorif duwb Suilakl* VI A. 
3-M.M *«*< 2-*ns3 

FOR BAie RY OWNER BIX lOTff, 
a. I 111 me pIpt* auKabi* far a fae- 
lari "f warFhouac. coin*r Bummii 
end Uuetiiel Aienu* 3-0431. * <*« 

2 - 4 «: 

Ri’JLOi.yn’ loR YOfm honjs- 

a.i* eon«u:t the Int Ro*.'la!lal Mr 
M in.unn ai Ham Fotivt Ltd. 

3- .MOI ai .Itoi* 

T$sn ItOH FOR SALS TNO OF 
Prp.;fnrpfto Pr'»» off I'niop A**cu* 
AppM JtdO Aacot Dm* or imooa 

7,3*11 

3 LOTb 7^»X13|7 dJXSOl’ 

H*B'i'l, 111 rwrdiiva ttav Rnad rtore 
i.t '1.,,'* and achowl 11 lid earn, 
Fbbar A IIVI. 

HALF -ACRE LOT 11 - SOOT 
f; r'ag* R'tia'. 'Oak eiu *a<pr 
P'l » t47l 

rmiii F n u I □ I y o hits un 

y,.r-ii iHiB'lta Higii Ijia'.oa among 
trppp •-Ig7) 

TWO ButLOiNo urm. m by im 
f*p<. <.arii*r Muivmpc end liaw- 
iboirip 4IM earl, 7-J4U 

ItKINIW.AOD VAATERFRONl. 
bu'4i>r- daelitttf Loot «t lU 

‘ nrt •-.'HH' 

TWO LIVSL VIIW LOTS OOROON 
H*»B PBRemM ar*g gtch miM 
Fhao* 4-1441 

AMIJg OOKUR OFFSltH NSAR 
la'u) We-tani H'.m** Ltd 3-3IIT 


BUILD N.H.A. 

Attroctive Buiidinq Lots 
Avoitoble 

$484 DOWN 

ON YOUR OWN LOT 

toil »q fl of ekpen ..a>.«aian- 
•hip Four tOMM* end dineit*. Oil' 
O.M*iir. u»|ijfv and eQZQC 
terpwr JOOVj 

$600 DOWN 

ON YOUR OWN LOT 

1 704 aq ft Nsacbrr fuliv ,tie4..a'- 

oti-o-uir'' $10,250 
$775 DOWN 

ON YOUR OWN LOT 

Three bedroaoia full haaemeni Oil. 

. $10,250 
$845 DOWN 

ON YOUR OWN LOT 

7 niO av ft full baaemeftt ma,n 
linar utililr Oli*Op 
Wttir five rdnmr ^YTUU 

Fur N 11 A informauan an t *p. 
patmment rail Mr THOReNmE. 
3-7734 or 3 3131 

TOWN & COUNTRY 
HOMES LTD. 

1422 qCADRA 8T 


LOTS — LOTS 

Rp'iAwiV A'enu* ..jlf aiatilnrAi 
In I 4 and a. nurib <tde A]«llk 
ea. n IWAO 

C*ar HIU VIEW IXITB 33alU 
no rark 404 luot m,n earn 
f'-.m II ano 

Renman t>rlv* rtnrdnn Head 
ViRW t OTB ITltU Bd tnek. 
fp'.m 41 wn 

re.iar Kii’ Rnart >arg* high IM 
ai'h (nundaiinn raaiplPiet} 


nniv 

|r*;..i*r,nn Rnad 


II and 

•fl nf 1 en»- 


dnatiFi Mall iu’ *i'h drrhiirri 4 

piar in-|..dp.f t: kM 

TA"- .« '• ft"id 'Rntlb nf l-an*- 

due,.*- hifh ini T*rv eliair* II 30d 

Npr.,'« Miichi Ma«n>fitPBi \ *• 

Ft. p 11 Hd 

('.'i,.-'e Sir* iTi'irigac* reriiip 


BC, LAND 

& Investment Agency Ltd 

•23 Ouieri ii enl Hi 4 till 


LOTS 

NEW LISTING 

RIX HKIH tOTATlOH imH .n. 
atd* ' .4 iw«>mt;e ■ "la, nn CAL* 
f'MET near BAAMCN ROAD 

KT. $825 Id $950 

SEA-VIEW LOTS 
GORDON HEAD 

L*w*l wi'n nn rn'« Minimum ••la 
74*l>d lora'M .ABH ROAD and 
UnyRIC VIEW PlAtE 

r;rT. $12001. $1795 

RXCLUBIVt 

L'B" M' W.lk.naan or Mr Wiikfni 
at rMARIR RtfKi.>K 3-I41J 
Er*f 3.4741 I 4tdf 


Rue 14 A ret la Nartb 
di.'-i ’ fur I4t' and get nne-'hird 
lire In', adjaming far Ilia Imal 
3 74 a. tP' ■g.iiip a bit at *111. h la 
(pw ig k'l, ihere I* a gn«d high 
*p»’ fwr buiMmi Fa**4 4if«*> 

Trrmr rnnildered 


• * • ' -n* inh' (*• •pn'.iiV'.i' 

rr*lgfinwrr lot o*ar TU'.. um aytt. 
abl* lot dugja*. 3l ld*i~ fawn age 
III 'eet (i**i» Thi> la 'h* lart lot 
af 'bti tyi* in ihit •v-etien' 
aeighborhnnd Oh'a,n dir*'<inn« 

' r*r '• II.-' 

Rorcar t'A Fhime E-stdi 'iaf**r 
baura 3-4«a4 nr S-liai' 


LOTS — LOTS 
BUILD N H A 
New Subdivision 
Glontord • Judoh 

3 lit* ddtidi each im 

1 *1 34*144 'rn ffttei laag 

Tat'erii' amaa ii aae 

F •••- Road *34371 I C.r# 

F*rnda.r RaA.! TtlaJdl 11 ia4 

Ca., Reg C'aiPl'O'- 1 II34 Irea 
3 44B4 

FEMHIFTOy (IrMJdM LIT} 
IdOl OwvernBWni Btr**: 

Howroyd Subdivision 

Cwtaaraf Mbmarr arg abeitr».Pbg 

BEAurrm level lots 

•(■IM 

$750 

ExcLoaiva aoiwra 

F N CAfeuDU LTD 

13IJ BROAO rr I.TI34 


BltUlCtftMtM. Vklwia 11 

Swa^a*. Og(. 2, 19SS 

JMI propkrty for sai.k 

P. R BROWN 

4> BON# I TO EB T 1*0* 

1111 BROAO IT Phana 4 7131 




A HOME 

WITH PERSONALITY 

LaratiQB (harm aad dedrahUii* 
lb ihtp tign'-roam viurra rriident* 
dccaned lar gracia.ip ttr.ng and 
iombflubg large living rwo* aiih 
waail-kqraing tireplare Ow*«i-*ia* 
d'mng IW9A.. Ta« berleoomr and 
d*n on ground fluar ia« Mdraom, 
up FouT-p'ere Path large pleitri* 
laPine; klirhen 'Firfi barement 


CORDOVA BAY 

rtie-rudm ildiiig bubgjlai i-iting 
rui.nv Biiti firep.sie ('ebiaei kit* 
cner, ihree ctHMl hetlraomr. ihrre. 
Piere naip Fail baaemect hut a.r 

'^\:r $7200 

OR NEAR OPIER 


rbcmr DBIAT taklTEEX RAnWAV 
CO Air AM 

ios4TiuiTU>y l•(.rAHlMl^r 
FABBIl ATION AMI (RM3IO\ OF 
rTIEL at FEKbTBl t TI BI 
FlUAAIR BIAIB AMI oAlMON 
BIABB BBIIM.(:> 

Mil k AJM and Mil 4 it a; 

FblMk (.loai,l SOKIH 
hOtlll 10 tn\TRAl IliK* 

Beaied Tendeir maritvd lei.ue; f.ii 
aup(i(ttu< i iia Fraaer R.>t, and Painion 
R.iei Hilda** Miie 0 VJ and M..t :4 7 . 
Fiin.c -p . .Npiin. *1.1 b« re.r.ie.i 


raf int fitiAT iAErkR.y bailwaa 

(OMF-ATY 

I ovotat ( 1I(» HirAaTAUNT 
fOArlRt t tiny A>4' hi BBTBl t TI BI 
FOB F4 At I Bl'ta BRIDOE MIIX 3H 
. rBiMA oioaoe aobth 

(yOTIt l TO ftlSTRACTOBh 
Bra e I TeOiWTf n arbeif TVnfer far 
Puh.i' Kt-ire Feare R''*f ■'*«•» Mile .H 
Pr.n.e Oe- 'ce hnfth will tie 
h) 'ti* rimm..riio« Cumaimee at '•.* 
ra. 'Ilf C'Hai Eaaiera Hall«ai Compahi. 
a' h* nffi'-e ■’< 'Fe MinOtet al Rail- 
.(It I' aruari.ent Building* Virinua 
ac. up ««» U a't lock BPoo. Wonifg). 
(leretnoer •!« IM} ^ 


Fa.liK urr^t latiern He.luai C.»-.a-> Rulwa)*. l>n -glaa Bu ' • i 

at 'll* €f?ic# at lb* Mit.tSIrt el ReiUa ' virln'i* BC ''h depoaii nf a runi of 
Karlianiem B-iidiag*. v»cr«ria. B.L . t.|. ..,v* tVlt«ra .fTAW' ntadi pa-- 

ta 12 gi-lct.li nuon Fa. i»i S'anParj , . ,L Parific lUrai Ea4i*rn lUiI- 

Time MACidav Oitabar 34ib I4i} •"'* ‘f ,,j| n* leluiided 

Cduiiari Oocumeuiy and piaiu ma' b* ,* ..ti. o' Plan, e'-- In gw«l ran* 

ebia.n*d Irum the afti'r at the t'- nn •i'hm a prrind of on* mnn'h »f 

pao' * cuti'truiii.'ft nepaiiiMptii irje nf*lr >i ufi'u.c'rrinl 

Mann* Drit*. AAe»t Van.iHive' and a I,. ,ha r>*> of ma 


Cuunari Oacumeuiy and pian* mt' b* 
ebiain*d Itwm ii.e atti'p at Ihe I'" 
pao' * cuti'truiii.'ft nepaiiiMetii luie 


4WILE AREA 


133 *• ter go rtearrd balan>* rein-- 
. rated Siitlabl* far aubdivuian 
Former panicular* in* oftwr 

OAK BAY 
WORDS 

Cannot deM'ctbe th* foIetTuI laveli. 
ftp*- ano rbrtm of ihu tita-icaat 
(iiicco bungalow rompri.iag large 
Uriag raom wiih fir»;a{e dtniog 
mum hreely rabitiH aftrtn. •!'- 
r -ro >a.i i»ir.-iir* beprooiiu.. four- 
•ler* baih Full baaemenl dm*-ui 
• a-age Heautiful landuaped 

ancT.' $12,600 

EXCLUSIVE 
871 TULIP 

Ai'racllae fullf furniaherl fiv*. 
mom buagalub eompnatag Hying 
rnam tirep'ar* dining room ran- 
me' kiirhea iwo bedr.imni ihrre- 
piece ha'htoan Full baaetnrpT b»i 
air heatlrg fli(u*i*d on iwn Imr 
oir* garden with apple, pear plum 
prarli*' etc Baparat* gaia** High 
lerallrn tfTOC/N 

Prre $7350 

Foi Bppoinin.Pot ta y.ev rail War- 
«on Clerk phene 4 3171 :** 3.g|3| 


KINGSBERRY 

SUBDIVISION 

R'-hmend Aveni* a: Mnun> T->'. 
rwie Chh.ee luo from I] ibg 
y H A aputoied for h,m.g awnrr 
and (pec'ilailaa building Take 
$Mr cbotct tbir week-gnd 

Call Arm* Ph.i.p'en eyepinga 
a' 3-4g}4 

G'lleso'«. Hart & Co. Ltd 

411 FORT rr 4 mi 


pan' * cuti'truil.xn nepaiiiMetii luje ? t-. -r-i^ ,, i.. btnu.r,"rinl 

^UU-'i— . — Mann* Drit*. Weat Van.iHive' anu a u-e,re»* anl» exreol 'm ih* r»*e of '”• 
tR .he alfl.. «f .he De,...'. M„ ,..er ..f .her. th* pl.^ 

^ll.a.a tipukla* R.j;imrii ^10... . . .J r*luft«*Bl' 

A BC a., depu'.t af a * im g‘ T**ni»- ,.gat be arcBmpanied h* 

... . ftollara .i;5n0' nane nargni* tQ t1»i«.e marie parabl* 'n IF* 

uM^.uiTb’ Firlflr Oreat faM*ri. Htll»a> Cam. p .. , j,.„rr RalJaa* Cnmpati' 

ouTt 'rliFfl'd ‘fMft '»• r, e^.at '<i Hn Pdf i-ft* 

^ ^ .ondlimn . -r rj, |rp.1re*d nrlre *• ape.'lfird 

Within a perhuf of one monlh *f "e iCr nf TehifT?" Thi* rtewR 

receipt of iroaiari I* Ihe anaBrcerafal ^ •*-(rit*A If '.h* lenAer*' «**«linr« 

leadrrrrr a«N e»i-ent In 'he r*«* at •»*i»--»3 ppm i..io on'ra. ' rr if '>e toUa 'd 


liurearfu' rdn'raririr where il>a plan .,,, 
riehpait i* noi ref.innabl* 7-.:,* 

Farb l*nd*i aauai he acrnmrHinir.l br> •■,){ 1*., 


...» ,ww rp'urne.l lO IP*' 

an a" enieit rh*ij.,e made pa. at. I* t ; t.-ie j. , • hern i«a-il*'l 


r-,i.f'r •'* wriii. can'rai'*.! fnr 
T'-r - e af ij''oiic<‘e**ful 'rnderer* 
;li li* r*'«'n*.1 to Iheib wnen ih* 


Farifie Oreat Fa e'n Rallaav rfimpam Ten e>r i«i » 
In ^an amount «q-ial lo •*« per rrni fot-i * "ip -iiaji 


hr ma-ie out on '‘4 
a-d en.lnaed In (ha 


>14'.* af 'h* ten.ier pr|c* a, Ipe. ifierl *- vrfnnr. I- in .he.' 

In Ihe ■•Form nf lYrrter ” T)i‘» ne.-v'iit fCn tender *.tl tw ■c«'#nied or rnn- 

ahail he forfeued If tha ler.d*'*r derlinea riiiei*'' U a- rontain. an ei.a:a'or claurd 
lo enter inia toniran or If 'e fall* to or *-y y‘r» r.-aiirying m.idlilon* 


Cfimnl*'* the wnrk eonfr*r'*ri lor Tni* 

The rhequ* nf im*'. reoa' >1 lendf'era ne-e»<a 
• III bo reiuTned *n 'l»*m when O-e ..in. 

Iran ha* heen awardeit 
Tend*!* miiat be a.ade iMit on "le 
form* t'tpplierf and en.|n*ed In ih* 
envelooe' rurnuhtd 

Mn tender al.l M arrep-ed nr ran cx,>.. .. 
aHered ihal cnn'ai.,a an rr. 
a* anv mher qualifying eondfiont 


T''* ln»e« 


lender bill nr 


Mfiy w R T cHrrwvyp. 

" nf h •>;* »< a 

F M lirNlipPHrlN, 

V -e F»*'-tef!» 

n r 

ir.x 

vorit I T,* < Rt MITOBA 


r anv inner quauiving conai’inna ..'..m. ... .n, 

T3-* ln»*'t ar anr (*nii*t *111 m-i IN TIM A4ATTIR of th* f'lai* of 


neceaiartlv h* g'-cer>ie<i 

HON W R T CMFTWA'yn 
Mini*’** nf Raiiua. a 
F M ni'ffTiiRftoy 
Vice-Prewdeni 
Vl-intla Rr 
Rep'emMr J'lh, JI'A, 



FOR SALE 


On* of Vtctnrva . heaulilul older 
b«m*r autiabi* far aaiait hoapital 
or aura-ng hua* 

BOX 898 
VICTORIA PRESS 

60 PKOrFKTY WA.NTED 

WAyrri>-oNE .or mohr. lot 

Clur* In Haonirh Not oy*i 1400 
Fttiai* deal 4 IIS* 

ei^At’RKAGE FOR SAUK 

4', AL'HRB. aTj. <-I.EARe’d'~NO 
aiuwh*. tug •iler, dam. amitit for 
imgatbin, c«r*llent aai. high wnb 
•^ih*rlv g|^ adjateni lo Rnra' 
Oak High Vhoal and Fat 6a. 
Higiiwee Tat*, |»4 Frir* 14 AdR 
” •Wft'r i»l*pbo** Bid- 

Of 0 

— • FOCB ACR8B 

Fl»*-f#d» bmia* rblcbea houa*. 
ftrag* and oarkabap Highway 
froflttt* Priced M a*i| Ap,mim. 
menu o^y Mr X Lawad** Jwba. 
•Awn a, 3-S343. ***a. 4.3141. 

Miunr*aa Raad. rtoeuieiiv aeail. 

y*' ’’^^VUDlea lor aubdivuton. 
Fvte* 434 p*T acra. Fhon* 1-4174 

filler AcnrAor royal oak 

dutriei auitabl* far vla t40d 
per arr* Baa (JT4. Tktarla Preaa. 

'• *CREB 4141 DIEPPE ROAD. 
II 9M. ItAS for toih. PItOA# tTlOM. 

*'_a<^ka«k wa.nted~ 
10 LEAsTwriH OPIIOh"!©” BtrT 

If auilabl* ae.iuded oerrag* oiib 
lake or running Mream •libin 34 
mfe radiua Victoria Full lofarma- 
linb luai |*u«r Boa ••} Vieioria 
Fi*»* 

TWO rb }g ACRBR nycLEARKD. 
any dlMrici Phaa* Ken l„o,.d*t 
Jnhna’on r 3-4243 Sir* 4 3I$I 

A(,-^AiJB BUrTARLK FOR V L aZ 
• tih or oiihAui mo49tn boMo 
VuiATto Fr*6s 

M FARMS FOB 8ALe‘“ 

34 MINirn^FROM CITY~” 
10' a ACREB. f LEAREO 
Nir* rtriR weli.brillt madf'n Oicea 
k' niainw. |4 yegra ^ Uving 
Mmm firrpiae*. pictur* wtndnwa 
ihraugb ball twa bedranwir goad 
•ig* 'abtfiat hiUbrn figli high bare- 
picii' dr>**-in garag* Iaw iaiea 
Ou'yiandlag Incat'on la kr»p bar«* 
(tiuhena. wtarkrt gardeptag tU 
( uwiaer af Inilt irtea. ham chlrien 
hnnr* Cily Ilihl and water Pull 

S tir* . . tiliieo 

'aa Hyland af Finaatial Bur*r( 
l.'d . 4-gM4. R*a 4-I44I 

BIX AfRE FARM FOR BAIA oiT 
tPin-at.-Mi: Bar Road Bit-ranm 
h'l.t'c pc'9*iual oaier aupMi' 

V* L A approv*d Blewan C.att 
A r. *.|gn 4-1M1 *i*a Mr 

P'.rfl ' 320 t , 

•1 ACREB AH. CULTIVATED 
fen.-ed and ern** ftneed larg* barn 
anil n«u*e v*t| g.aad water aunplt 
Apply Mr* W Ca««f. Mount Ntw. 
tui. Croat Ni.ad Saanirhlaa 

FOR BALE -- It-ACHE FARM ON 
R'cnklaaop Rwad aiil-ablg far *ub- 
dll ••■,a Pbane 3 3741 


$12,600 

$12,600 . - $12,600 

Chmc* 'e^.dmilai area af M»trh»* 
am Wa are plea**d ta olfet ibia 
e*ta'e lype prapeny It Uatiire* 
larg* living ranwi wHb flreplac* 
full life dinrnw rwoiti aiiraetive 
klicnrn. fau* btdraenu PuU ha**- 
m*n< with an'emoHe ail heat In 
fitai .'a*> candilian ibraugbnut 
and f*,*ftnv t*d*,-nrai*d Ret in an 
a.r»ag* al ttiaRv Irwii u»*a. ahruaa 
•mail fruH iteaa lad gwnd gard*i« 
an>l Th* b*t' buy w* hav* *••• 
far maav m*nlh* 

( nmact Mr T V Rannder* phnn* 
3 1311 nigh'a «r Sunday* ili 

|A *r'», r eared la.d w.'b riimndf 
at ream anlv ten wiUea from Mwh 
New Mg I'wu** •tin lull i*8*«Mani 
e*"* 'akin, a big brand ni-w 
barn alab *f tar 30 rawa aad Iwn 
mieaen haq*e, 44 fruit tree* 
-hgari* and airawneyrea fwti irrl- 
■ BimA ayateM ga*, with prwdertv 
0« n*r wa'ita t>. t*Ure and offer* 
rf'v dnwD paimeni eaay term* 
Ideal fnr a Outeb- family or praivi* 
farmer 

rat. ‘a.’ Mr I V^Raundera pban* 
3 *313 irima or Butidiy* '4> 


OLYMPIC HOMES 

3344 Onut’*4 Srr**! 
Vierarik BC 
nwtna 1-4317 


HORSEMEN 

Raanirh Mnd«l Fana 

3g acre* w 'h ftnntaget an twn 
ma<n brtbwayy *ir*i*eni laad wtui 
■tepiifvl waur (apply of(»r*d *n 
Mat ar ig thr** aaaaiier par**ia 
M'darn ama'l ManaaMw bara* kwm 
with wa*i> *04 ba* aiall*. tow bora 
Igiplvtneai abed, eir all la *1**1. 
lent randillgfi Re* n*ir *fgna n*ir 
baanuiM and *n Pat Rav btib* 
way lafarmbl.aa aad plan* (rnw 
Bwinerian « rw Ltdi,t*d *•- 
giurn** agent* I-3I41 47g Brawth* 
lag. 8ir**t 


BUSY FOLKS FAVOR 
Tht E>otlv Colonist Clossi' 
f*ed Adt for soeedy oc* 
(ion Tr\* them! Co(( 
3-4III 


f*rinr <.t(*T M*irRy bah hat 

rtmPAyj^ 

roy-iTBicTioy df.fabtadst 
coy«TRirTiov np railhaa from 

MILE •:■ I* Mll.( lad* FRI\(4 
t.CORt.k NORTH 
N<»TIf( 30 CONTRAt TORI 
Healed Tender, tnarird ’Tender- 


HINRA I RAVI Id RAOrUI'P lat* 

• 1 fflf A|*nir««e Avenue Alelarla. 

R r |,*r*B,ed 

Ki-yTHir Id MIPFRV mVFN »ha' 
fTedi'...* and nihetf ’a«tng lUlma 
**•-.-»• ''-e ei’»‘e ,,f |>e *.>.,1 e-n*n *d 
ne.enc.l *-e .*-,'i» .,,, je-* tg *rrd 

tl^en. 'rt II.* .ndeirlgi-el IT* Rn,*( 
T- '• »: n.<,*rnni*->l 

8"eer t .r.-.rl* RT >*‘n'* •(,» ?"ih 

da. *r .. Inner \o '4Vi a'ler wnirh 
C* * I'e **..,'.>.* •!!• dl'iiiiHjIe i|>e 
*aid *••#!* aniwg Ih* i.arVe. en't'ied 
••.ere'', i,a«'ng teaaici nnlv .ne .lalma 
Pf W i t; I'r. I>ra l>»»e no l e 

lAT RA HfFAPir-nf HAfuT.lPP 
RTANtRV RnnERTR HADCIirr. 
Tie Roia. Tmh! compaay. 

('*• ,’Of* 

*- r-eaa* Dwiev (,a«Mm T'eti 

lenramn * Rav*' 'l*e.r roiniinr* 

NOTH'E TO tONIRAfTOR* 
Realcd terder* will he re el.ed fnf 
enn*i,.>ciian n[ an a*pli*-<ir ground 
a«4t lor nOA'AL OAK ELAIEKTART 
bClH H>l. hAANIl'n 

Dtawi'.g' and fiirm* nf 


Otaamg Mile «1 0 la Mil* UW • pr,o.* and f,.rm* of 

Oeorg* Nf.rlh. " -Will be rerei *,1 hr i * ’f""" ^ o*i'ain*d «y Oeneral 

C«nrtrue(|Hn Cnmniitieg of n.* p, j ir* n*fu* of 


Oreat (gatern Railwai Cmnpat.e a< ihe 7 ’’nTr.,'’" * " 

dlfire af Ih* Mlniaier of Raiiwa,* par T Craic At.iiHoe 


P'a'i and 
>03 Fntt 


liamen. R„ vl.-mri. 'r **’.* ..p 1'. -• » 

13 arlark n»nn o.inb*r Jill ^ -AldnA' 


1^, •‘■•ftfk nuan Mnnda, Oiinher Jlii, 

Canitaci tfori:m*«r, ay-d p-.p, 

^ '.'I'alned Iriim tl* nllu-* „f ih* 


T' * «u.-*'»fi,i l',>n''a.(ot w-ll he rc- 
qi.'ie i la f«'iii«h a r .araniv hond 'oe*T* 
H'w VI . nf I u ’fnd*r ampitn* 

Tender* mi. at h* «ubm.<'*d n diipfl- 


DetUiiy MiKlHer af HtU*a-, le.u*'«. Tender* mi.at h» «ubm,i'*d n diipfl- 
B'.Hdltit Vlalaria RC on de-m.,l al « ft»"*"Jert bv ihe AcrhHert. 

a-m of T.eniv rMllL.^'li iT. *• ' »3 "•* i.ndei'l.nerl 

naiahl* la »he P*.o,e «rea, 'r*..?fn F m . lueydaT O. inb*r 

Rillwar rmrhan* whirh wi.l ret.ir.ded 

n-wm t#turo a' pUn* etc tn gnad rnn- MR A O RIjAIR 

dlilan WHMa a nerlnrf af one mnt.Hi af P* r*.**, Yiea ,,.t*r 

l»,* rereint af f*,*d*r« la ib« aaaweee**. B.>*rn .if ViiMlI Tr-r'iee* 

f*l leaderpt* anlv R,i>.«l Duirict No AJ ■Aaanl.hi, 

Pf*n DeppM'* WIR nnl be ref jnded ig- Pidnc* H <* 

pa;i*v';;^;s;wu\7/VM%.H (-(QiiMkiT lurroRAi. watric-p 

• 'endee iwmil o( FRr»Fn*Fn rnayr.RR im 

Oonirael naeumeni* and Ftar* mav he RDAII NAME* 

^y|*grd *• "ho Ofllre nf IK* n*i>.,ty NfyUe'F I* lieregy given that ft It 
Minuter af R«|iwayg nnuf'i* R.i id|ng •*'e Iti'rn'i-m nf the Denarimept of 
’’'LL”',!* . ^ Mighwar* ta max* ih« fallowing changed 

rich len.'er a,i,*i tccomoanted ay ift mad Bar-.** 

pI-hV H. a'.wav Tram C'algnaw.r 
fiJ^ h*”amV..i^ "O'**- «" Cntwand 'Jancimn la o* namad 

rnc th* amaunr ar t\A mn Art Thl, ee. Rcw.h* Raad 
im*1i ahetl he facfeited |f the tenders . 

d-c,,n„ ,a ’7"'^ _ I^B Raad which rmiaea PUklord RaaB 

»«H* U rnmn'ei* d,. war* ’e«aL...!l2 ** •»"» 34 P*4ulmalt nutrtft 

far ■ '••''fact.d u he named Owna'an Av#nua. 


Mn A n RIJAIR 
pa. retarv Yie* ,,jt*r 
B.>*rd <if Viaol Tt'.'iee* 

Rr-rH^i Duirict Na AJ ■Aaanl.hi, 
Pidne* H<* 


Tender* mi.«i he mad* ot.i wn the 
fdrvn. .upoiied ,,4 eneia.eil h' 

eti'-elac.e* rurnt'had 

Accepied ar ean- 


•iderad lhai rantalna ■„ rl*..»e '’»'“»’"eiii R.ildlf 

nr .n* -her n..alir„n, ,aani„a„, Vl.tn'i. Rr 

The la«e.t «. *„» «|], Bep.e.nher .-i. |9.» 

ner*i(a.i-e i.m ^ " '’®* 


C R JONtS. 

IV|i..ty blinldey af Highway*, 
neparimen, nr Highwayi, 

Fail|*",ei,t R'lildli'g*. 


nereatar'-e i., aeoemed " 

RDM w R T mrrwvvn 

M aD'er ar R*<|« av, 
r Af ntugnppnoN 
Ylee.Pre«l4eftl 
Tldarfa Rr 
•en*n,her 'ath, ia*| 


t 4\n RrciATBr ut 
A rcHaa |g| 


NOTH r to rRirxTORg ' 
ABCHIRAl.n n AlcMHIAT. aih«rwl*a 
knawn a* 4I.( K O MrMIl.I.AM. 
•IlicruUa kaaaa aa AI,E( a. Mw- 
Mll I $y 

NOTICE I* heteiiv gh*n that rred.inrv 
ar -.her. havixg r aim. aratKai ina e, 
'*•* af Ar, Mi.a-d O M- Millan alherwi** 
knnan a* A'e\ <| MrMilian. d'herwua 
hnaun a* Aler O McMillan, deiwgaaa). 
talc of lie rur of Vk«oria. 8 C. art 


fw ■*«» vw'gria, 8 c. art 

■ a •"'* "3 ''■"*» required la a*nd them la iha 

CTm Af 54 Vdetneia -•‘'•"'Uned Raiicitar* fnr the Fierwiar 

Cl'e Plan 1733 •• B .tl* 404 , Cenrral RMg. VKiar,* R C, 


li*m K Hamilinn W aFer j" Rarg7,I' 

1**eoh K Raker and miberi n Chrl*"* MclUHRF 4, McfWTYRi 

In Truat and hearing data ih* 23rd dav R..ii«fiari far ir* Beeuiar — 

nf Janiiar* itix ' 40* rco'i*i Ri.ig , 

vi'inria. ac 

r,e« ‘•"•"'’•f nH(RI»(* NAIL 

William a" Pl^.dcr‘e7l7 ■nJmt **u **" •* 

Cleaior Arriah RaowWiiiiafti H , -T 6^'*'*'' Cciumnia anq 1.. m* 

man Waller d re ted aga - ii.e ,o.«ii and cTHrrf»l# 

Riicr *rvd nijh*r| f) rhrutle I., Te.iI "* 1**“'. * '*" *•*'*- ^ Far* «e|r*d 

a F-a'I.InnarreniHr*.# of I'.Jr-elnhu t'll.*' U*' •«Uwr. al RnOte- 

Ti'le lie.. late r.!.;,;. 

1 Axiawer iy>' jjg a rfack la ih* 

Ti.ie d ''!•'> I"" f'erlHIiate of *l'cri..n,n 

D * ..ld*7,Z^''’ '• *"•• tut. -ad. H... an 4 n...r B*.,an 

^fMTPn ibi. aib •' r»ua a. a.,.* 

vi;-;..;' RXh'rr’..m?v'”'' .,rr •• '»- 

A HOMARf. "0.r...n*d 

I'CP,'* Regi.'.ar * WUAiypcK 




r..r f-.r'i*r nancuiar* apply ig iha 

• wUAiypo'K 

a. . ... e. CouMi uf VuiariA 


< • irl Hi. ■' 
Vi"arja. B c 


Esquimalt Electoral District 

Notk-p of PropoRPil ChanKFx In Rond Njunex 
in l,ani;ford Aren 

szj,r.™ ~ 

sSS. &-3— k; 

IMiettu* Sd^n IlTa* «r L**I-*.*'_* 


Booe* lA*a Nnad 


Hrir.p Back Road 


Knotty Pin* Arg 

Brock Read 
Mmoe Raad 
M;ilr Cr**e«yil 

Muir Cr*«r*n| 

Plarenc* la»o Rd. 

Plnrenc* Orl,* 

Buvrrfrti Drive 

fV.fg* Dn** 

lataviea Dvlv* 
Parr At* 
Or**ww«nd Raad 
Rxdfield Raid 
Carlaw A'*n.r* 
Rayeawd Raad 
Jnn*i Raad 
Rdliew and pnad 


Rom* Rnad 
Nwrin *tig af 
JacBlia Rn*d 
Jarklm Raad 

Mi'U'reair Read 
Pegti Hr.ad 
Pram R B CPr 
R»c til 
i ba'indary 8*r 

Prmi fl E Car 

Mar tit 
H brx.ndary 
a*' 11 
N aw'.ndary 
B*">*n m 
N bwi.aAArT 
Re. tit 
Onrg* ftrl'* 
RiiKk Read 
Ofd I* Nlghw*p 
Carlow Aten-,* 
Dwefovd Rngtf 
leigA Rnait 


frui.latn Rng,' Joraltb R*ad 

R’>rrh enri df ri#\«reaa JaraHn R^g 

Road 

'part r.n.plng eaat ig t4<>gafi* A' 

add or.' 

M»'or Read ti*«tll* Rr.ad 

Rrn. « R )*d R.nck Avan i. 

Along ,r»uih bdundarr Briyk av««ui 

Bee ' IV 1 

W*.i bnuAdarp Ra'ory Read 

B*e-e44 

.Bn.ih end nf Flircacg Bpenror Rnd< 

loa* Road 

Brack Rnad FlrtrtRca taka 


id tiogan* d'eniid 

iMvill* Rnad 
R'ock Avan la 
Briy-k Av««ug 

Rarary Read 

Bpenror Rndd 


Brack Rnad FlnraR.-* L«k* RrwB 

Plnrenc* fa** Drt*g iBitw Ay*ni« 

Piocanc* tok* Dnva Re>chf>eW Avtrrug 


PW>'*nc* Ig«* Driva 
a end af Ps'k a«* 
Fnd fit Dfeer-vnod Rd 
Fnd nf H iklteM Rd 
DM f.land Ntthway 
langfnrd La«» 


Baa- Itfali Harbai.r Lot 74 mari *44 

*1 Lwwrnfl ,,,,, 


WaniA Rnad 
R»r«baw Raid 
nraoderann Baa« 
Rray A'**«a 
Cartaw Raad 
T-ergb Raad 
Pennint'o* Raid 
Naaelwaad Rngd 


II i- Buepc^iH itiRl IhP folJowlnB rnddb ric , be nampd avTmuPir 

Avidw Placa P.aiman Raad 

Br^ Rn!d Mn. .1*. Raad 

rlXJL^Al^ MaoIrwmM Road 

Medfard Road 

DuBfard Baart P»aHo" Rood ifar'ioir near learbi 

K'r*nil.ind Road 

TTflTf S^A T'.anor Road 

The follfm-lng avenupi ar* lo hp namprl r«»d(»* » 

, NewMad, Avenu. ‘ 

Hbati? iTfyg AvMu* ,pan frrwyimg flgmi ang Mutb. 

a’ objecting lo the forpjtolng chftngpy arc rMueaiPft to 
BfMrf« II, Fir (FBBong in wnling to Mr R SpwpII S^atarv 
L*ngforH Fire Protpciion Duirict. H R 1 . Langford! BC. 

E, S JO.NK.S, 

fVMnmFnl of Htghw'.yi 
PBrllBmpnt RulHtnga. 

VkOorta. BC. 

Spptembgr 28 . 190a^ 




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Pleasure 


All - Purpese 
Driving Buy a Car Through Classified 


Boy Scout News 

Island Group 
Plans Dinner 


Mrs. K. J. Morris Heads Creeds Meet 

. r ^ /iwy'T i 


34 mHh (2iil0nf«t B e 

Swndev. Oct 2. ^1*S5 


Rv Rr>HF RF f Mil Ks 
I omini'ioiniip'r 
\lrlnrta DKIrlrt 


W ¥ T * A J* \ ■’ M 4 borauv II \NBs In 1K»5, alwi 

• I A /I 111 I Jlllt'V fit Y ^wll J -1 

NO*inir*h Arte I A^ntrA^ UJ l m.nv dUIrrmi mumn« mn 

OdillllUl IJS VitllllC Or, r,r,. .nrt crr.,1. tocr.h,, 

vry^n-r... - « ^ C*' f * la Ik «t Virlnnw Y MCA F'l I- ***»•**'*> **^' "•'^ •«’ l»^ Mm^ Cht -c Vh Wmdna- «..l Ihce- r-- r 

NORTH ^AANH:iI Mrw R """h V The J^^: 

orr * u A «(srr pr« . la-*sp« r«ijlark Y c Men u Dube in "*'** Spamoh. Krrnrh mil 

( ,n,„ „ „„ .nru.i n,«.Mnn | =, 


lol th? North .Saanirh Aii.» 


Ir'hn I. MacHiPs'jf. PN-'. i.mf Coward wHh hie Si‘.'pnd Star 
romml^‘*onpr f'>r irsiimif ar . ^ ^ 


N.MY niiii.'an Orf JO Jhp rinn ‘'*1. RriPvwPrrk apcrpiary; Mr< mr)ud.-vi ,HspUj. of '1' '»**n.i,.rlul i« wpp 

ran-rhomain... m.irt i ba« in- iHp Liro! lp"arip7J"an5 f ^ t'N**" tiMmirpi. .\Vrs, Rra vi*ms io ihP Vi.-ton„ An 

viiM c«-oiiior«i ;n i"p Viro>n» ih» l**adorn end fTnflrry, a disUncuNhM arn»iA |>,,..| [>^ ,* i- . 

r “■'" *'*" "'' •' ■'f-'™*'- «l ir, rt.rpl.v, o( l.«.| work, l., ' ' raetlff Sft 


1' w . . >*imp PxcPiiPnt work waa pio- * 

ir: 'm;':, ^ 7'; ^ r:." 

s:r. r - ‘i=^ 


. iHnKUHb^i'w m inc roniHr 

n*'<* Kiutli\h Spanish. Kmnrh and 
• Tina Haa a rrnirnar> coofvi r.nmnrr 


Oiht>r- offirpr* Pirated. .Mi^- p.i.p SurkpsIIoo* made m a«kini{ lo bwomf 


Mripcuprrk &Prr#iarv- Mrc dflOip mr-)uf|i*»| (IlsnUv*- of * '^' *"’* '»**niliTlul lo iwm* »o mnitv 


dkirP I •'* aitpiid a tii-inpr rrippi 
Inp ai H''rrl T»MhalPni.4i 
7 p fTi S»'Hiip|*^ In al- 


** I ffjin will al»n an aw mrtlrman of rt,Vpi«v, of Pm-uI wn"rk.'*in ‘ ***’^ Practice Set 

* * * axhiblti; .Mrs. R. SwHxn#*. vir»* bo nffivred for .Mia end wmdou/ *ri„ 

Tha followinp a. our groiipa (hairmiin of axhibiw: .Mrw M di-pIay?.. vrnrnuiar Uland ''-i"'"' 

a roino f/t h»iv< -Crw....!-. cr.. _ . _ 1 . 'na \enrnuiar Idand Sano.i 


land ahmi'd nonfv ViriM|,a di* »« hold "'?ooutln« Ex- Bmklnkham. pu»dlon> , Mi* r, R -liwo ciijj^-rsiarf bs Mm Ametaur**Thu kav iIhvuT’H'iII 

T"" - r. .non ., ■'•■K „r n,,nSh,r.h,p «">*«" »"•- in.,r,M h, p„,„ .„ ,„p„r,.;, 

s:r,Hr„rrair 


rii^r*- W* 


Kiik n-^s- Cf.i.i v Hertlan J‘^Hna*dey 

fVnr;.- UiIIiwp's f-^n Whita . Colwood on Thur* 

R.<k% Riircf*> liir iem Hark *’ Peranm end (nand.w 
an/j Hr-ria I’r- fnh.v* wara bnpp> *i'«*lnvnrd 

fiihc .,i. Ti'.i -N- Whiia lhay * * * I ||'|ppptt<| 

aei'l Bi.-i-ih\a ro *iir*lr f'uhniew Manx proupc m iha rtlniriC v,llC« 

lar y Nei t •’! Wind«or P.irk **** dawpaiaialy nhnrt of laedarn ^ 

••A Tv.;. *!ir' Kf'aw ihei efiar •rf‘ dalaying ihalr npanlnc ¥ I 

IP-a •'Siiiiit up caramnny ihay ^n ‘fm hopa rnar laedatc will ba I i^ll I 

:■ r-i"iu'»ars of tha rronp found If you era in'araMad m •■-JCtUilv llv„kj 

* * * ba-omiiTB a landar inII diwtrlci 

Pi' • = =■ m and wf.nd.w of haadquarlars *i 2 ‘^Plj and wa 1/ .. 1 1 1/ 

Iha V roria Croup ara aMa» h you ro a croup f rf 1 1 ¥ l*t^ 

p .' :i i' Thin w-aak and on a Prasmun avporianra m not a< 

1 '- V L se wjlh inair scout “''’'•al lo maKa a parson vuii r . 

r Many of iha patrol aa a iaadar Tha main ra ^ '^f 'f*' f»n 

f. :: -.hua^onaontoRovamnu)«iiaw ara ,n mtaram m ''‘i 

a- i -aw laadarc w-m ba tralnad Mafning bova and an fnihu- i c 7”’^ Thrana Ui- 

0*1 r. V trip to tha .<idna% araa sl»*rri for crotir,np 7 ' 

• * * iM -. , L-ijitii Opara Co pajformw 

T. i ..im A Parif h>. V»*n Wlnifrad Lu,jnn Fahas w 


Firm oparriia of Iha fall 
«aa*^nn will ba prawantad iri 


.i....n.nn Mir r 

REGISTER NOW 

For Municipal Votert’ Lift, City of Victoria 

paid boih Road Tax and Poll Tax this laar iJd wnh^ 7 h 7 
r-xrapuon of quahltad an^^^^ 

"ir-r^wa7v'*an?i7.7i^*^ L!'"'' “"«'‘«*"nld-rV' and 

ijcanaat^ and Npoiiar . ' ibainf; huwbanda and wiva« e.r 

luT wl,hmrio"hi7"**,h"'^ ImprovamaoM m rha Muntdpal- 

MUldnJi Vo Vicinna 

Municipal \ Otars Ust for tha rurram vaar ]‘»v>’W> mu«r 

Ma:i'h7 ^*^'**’ 

of oVmbJr iU‘ "" 'l-V 


City Hall Vicioni. 
i«« Oriobar 


M F. HI NTEP. 

('tty Clark, 


A Park has had a -Har UdvZp 

\>. .rCow^T'an^^ T.rkau-w.ir ba sold at lha 

«ho ha. tha 

mon< Tan V T r'” 7.’ O * 

rn na Tan M«lnt\Ta end Paul aiev-.-vi Tgri»» i!rt*in mu*iral famitv liar faihar 

Fairhurs* whd wara rreornoiad T»*n ai«k»-. r'<«<n rvmoirt . . , 

/ promoiaa T‘'vr>,,„ n»-.i wn'oem A'un R»a who bagan hai singing lavsoni 
In sacondf Sroutmastar Bob ^'*'V Hor-n.»r.«hen T»Bd»ffn->t /our \a;u‘ aan is Harold Ram 

U'ahh wairnmorf rw.».M f*".* '*»ii tunt*r Ooii/I >a;u. ago. is itarnio Kam- 

waicoTTiarf r>nnaln (»rant foifo.M- nonn« Mi»*n m.’ je.;--;- sa\ duai'm ni the mu.' 'on 
Bria- --maoK- K;- lr.nar>^r,», '■*«»• m-s.-v.?? s rtri.*. . ... .. ... 

AM.vr'-'R r>n 


Bn, - k;- 

■ nd Kannath Piarnv to tha "• h»b*«« i atm 

:;. Cvr «»..•,»• K»1.T 


200 Attend Party 

Keen Interest Shown 
In Community Cluh 


tcr\af"ix af Muunf Roval Col- 

= Ha i« also conductor of tha 

Calgaiv Chriral 5»ortai>. organ' 
1*1 and rhoirmewiar of Waslay 
I’niiad church, a vor-al laarhar 
and a waakly hroadcaslar Mr. 
Ramsay was organist at Knox 
L II |l'mfad in I'aigary during hla 

lyouih and wn. a BHC and 
' church organisf and choir- 
mastar In London during Iha 
I .Second World War 


^BRE.VnsOOn Mora tnan surc#.«vful Jusantla cirU taam f> - /'I • 

^ mamhars of tha Btantwrmd won Iha R.C championship for iXOlftfy C/lOir 
r^omm'inlty Cluh attanitad iha iha .ccond roncacuiiva ^ car thi< ^ 

first -Vluh party* Friday night >aar Tha m.dgai girl* tasm. Jinn l 

• t tha cnmm*miiy hall. Mas also vlcjoriotis in it.s divi- r (ti flll^ 

Don Mi'Muldror'h. pra.jdani v|on R.C rbamninn* ihi* vMr u..., « 

“ptruT;' X 

long lima club mamhars wVo iwo^"pamR 

wara nb.arving ihalr ZMh wad fmals Mora than 60 

ding anntvarsary racalvad an youngsiars have haan ragisiarad 

mation. fallow cluh mamhar* wan rhampinnship* and lo data hut only U ara In tha 

ainging ' I>i Ma Cal) You out of a po* oldar aga group Appllcanls 

Swoathaart ' *ihia 12 championship* a rarord should ba in tha Salvation Arm> 

GIFT PRFSFNTFn nacar hafora haan aquallad In building on Psndora siraai at 

Mr Mr. A '1i'“ricf 7 pm Saturday. 


CAPACITY 

^WEMESOAV-AUeriOltS 

10.00 a.ffl., 1.00 and 7.30 p.m. 

Insiruciarl b> tha avccuiuta of two *'*taiau ami b\ ntlir 
flianis wa Will •i».|| in out saJrsionms. 7.11 n .lohnsrm *<t 

lnlarri«i|ng Kslala t oIIi-cIIimi*. 

HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS 

Engll*>h and Orianul t hma. Mftvswarp 
Almost N>w i;f 4itiomalh' IlmliMashcr 
• Frlgidalra • Fuiu Aiilomalir ria. lrlr Ranga 


Ifternoon Sale Commences 1.00 o'clock 

RMtanca of Imiiariiil nolhiarb Stuck 
Tima haa not (lat milipd us to di*|»o*r of all ihia sioi'k. 
Sl.llillTI.V t SRII — SIIOI'HORN 

Balanw inchnlc* Few Suiis Tianch Coats. New 
Cndatwcar, Stocking*, flat.* Shirrs, aic 


FURNITURE and APPLIANCES 

Iftfrnoon Approx. 2 p.m — Evening 7.30 p.m 

hu'ludan Two Ranrhx Kla»-iiic WashaiM. r; f.; 
RcfrigaiatMi, luo'c Modal Ktacrrtc \Va*hing Machines 
Pambioka Ralhluh Baa»i\ Klai-irir Irnna, 

S \rarlv Vrw Oil ( Irnilailng flralarH 
7 MhMa Enarnai < nai and WraM and .'<awdu«l Kanga.% 
KU'clrIr. <;aB and OH Riirnlng Ranga* 

A rapar;'- lavuion at Badioom Furn; im luttc 

vvaral .omplata Sutia* Houhla and .Singla Bads, Charts of 
I irjm p| % 

A l,*rga Quantllv of Badding and Lilian 

.•^xaral Cerpais and Rugs Chasiai f*ald -i.iias « on\af 
( hrnma Ptnaita .-...ics Class Poorad Walnut Rookrasa'. 

p7^” RS?;'''-''i>iL Occasional 

FVEMNG r.AKKING FOR OI R ( t STO.MKRS 

10.00 A.M.— MORNING SALE— 10.00 A.M. 

A larga viariion of u.scful Furnishings Elactric Washat* 

Mvaral Ranges. OH T>nims. Trailar 
Whaals Prune VagaTahlas. ate *i«iirr 

i'W atinard & Sons 

J'NCI IMl u; *UCnONII.l AM.AIJU, itd. 
PKOIATI. INSUAANCI »m4 AOVISOAT APPtAISALS 


4 anada; Maaona and 
Shrlnam Parade 


Ounntd < ar Raca 


FloodlM Aihlatira 
Uhlta ntv 


fodEMottSMien! 


“ABOVE 

US THE 
WAVES" 

-lOHN MII.I.<« 
•lOHV 

IHtNAI.n SINOEN 


Fvnlvr. »l 
I f M. 
» 14. Vtl. 

V M 


ding anntvarsary racalvad an 
metinn, fallow cluh mamhars 
aingtng ’ I>i Ma Cal) You 
Sw'oathaart ' 

GIFT PRFSKNTFD 

Mr 5-d Mr* A McKaviri 
war# prasgntad wHh e gift for 
usa of Ihalr fiald for tha hall 


tha disiricf 

I.ADIF^; TffANKKn i 

Fnllowlng rafrashmant*. Pon AllftTIflN CAI l> 
t.Muldrnch fhankad tha lidias. HUW I IvR wHLk 
ndar Mr* P Hafar for fhalr p ffe A J 

staring work Hm dogs, coffaa tVCrV OStUrudV 

nd cflka wara sarvad to jnorc * • 

ian 200 al tha 

Othar offirar* of tha group DUNCAN 

ra- Mr* M Paard sanaiary. AiiATinti esaiMn* 

ad Hnllnway iraasurar, Mr*. AUCTION ROOM 

I Knott rarordtng ftacraiary. nimaan. B.r. 

^ vtca-prasldant. and First and Third 

[ Andraw* naws editor. Saiurdavs. Fumlhira 

Announr^mant was also mada Vennd and Fourth 

f Iha imuntry fair an fVf M .^lurdav*, IJvaniork 
TA Scoiita and a|) Joval “»•*» *fun». in »•««• 
rnup* rvsmhlna to maka this JI'*"* ' 

ant ona of tha moM colorful ^^""o/wwrT 

f tha *aason ^ *'''^*'* 

— GmRGF r. SW.WTON 

h isi.ssn AcrnoxtiB 

•«IM ranaerUA Sa.ah.ra i 

■ a re. I.l.ae I 

f Jcizz THINKING 

OF HAVING AN 

! House auction 

ia| hall In rrtpa with iVI \(*(- 0 A| C 7 

Rnhart Rhnda* trying to ra * 

't\a jatr in Victoria, said la'a tr . u u 

• SI night: ■Wa shall ha putting biwinesk wnuld 

T thaaa )a/r I'onrana aach bg RrealJv 8ppr«*riatad. 

onfh now ' 

•Thara wara mora paopla « • r>r\\Jt 

*ra than wa could arcomodaia I • Ja DvTLfc^ 
vn, h.rt tn , 1 , In rh, Inhhy A..rnon~., .nd Anpr.l-r 
Thav raallv anjnvad fham nn m o t... u.i. 

Kc^- Naxt lima wa plan In *‘'^^'** Will 

It osar 'Pixialand' slyla” Phona . 12^3 

Musicians at tha Cluh Tango 

sr night wara Bud Glover. e<sa«^*.«IU- m 4 *!.« 

ano: Rill Mavhn-*ak. lanor sax VOrpOreflOfl OT THe 

tbona, la, k Kraaiing. from TOWnthlp Of Etquimalt 
n#; pon llerdisiy. hes-s, and ^ 

ally Griava. drum*. Zonlllg; By-LaW 

Imendment 

ledal Golf Set 

u. .-.n-T a. ,, 

Draw and starting ilma« for 

ladias* madal round for golf- r,.-n t 

• with hanrfirap* of IS and si.-n,-: «t i^- i» 

.,4a. .. iw- ^ . * t*'.*. r»» Pin n> 


|fV| I nan ^ • • S • - •Vll. .1 I '»*/! 

cluh Thr^^ rh^mpinn^hipq M«*%fu)Hrnch thankM fh^ Ii/1if4. 

won iindar Mr* P Hafar for fhalr 

Sinra tha In. option of tha work Hot dogs, coffaa 


rommuniiy dub, intarrsi has *^rvad to pnora 

haan kaan Evarv mghi soma ac- ^ 

liviiy taka* pla. a m tha hall Othar offirar* of tha group 

Mamhars of tha Coiw-tod D\% '’fa- Mr* M Paard *aciaiary. 

triri {..aaciia end Braniwood Tad Hnllnway traasiirar, Mr*. 

laam* ptacMi-a and play laagua Knott rarording sacraiary. 

gama* m tha hall on Friday ^ Pougle* vtca-prasldant. and 

Badminton is playad on Tua* H Andraw* naws Mltnr 

day and i^Birdav night* Pro- Announcamant was aUo mada 

Kac i* on Tuesdav* and sqiiara of tha country fair on Oct l.S 

danrmg hv sanlnri on Thurs PTA Scout* and a|) Joval 

1 w ... iroup* romhlna to make this 

Kno/i b... ■ ‘llT c«Jorful 

Knott hava baep ramarkahly of «ha *aason 

Concert Etch Month 

Arrival of Jazz 
Packs the House 

M/j rama to Vl.-toria Ih tha qnaf hall In rona with iiO *(*(- I 
caharai atyla Friday night - tors 
• nd ptrkad Iha hoij.«a d«k..-. , . 


Th* ritib Tmgo. 2i«4 Oak 


FUv had to borrow extra cheir* i, , VJ Tin *''* 

” ^ ■ • — — — — month now ' 

I 'Thara wara mora paopla 

III l<|||Tl-xvr than wa could arcomodaia 

■tti^IFy .Soma had to sit In tha lobby 

N;::'';™ 7 ’rp 7 „'Tn 

of pughy gamas plavad In Graat put over 'nixialand' slyla” 
Britain 5iafurda\ Musicians at tha Cluh Tango 

■ IT.BT fstow last night wara Bud Glover, 

ai.fkhmh • s piano; Rllt Hav broak. lanor sax 

14 e nptyrtup. Kra^linj?. trom- 

otrt a*uun#. I oM T-***. i* "ally Griava. drum*. 


Britain 5*afurdav 
■ iT.aT t stnis 
ai.rhhttih a R'-Vfr*'*. I r * 

l. S'.t'<n Ml •“- ' M • . . 

tvinrtnn arnv.uh U *<''• * 

tKr.vl'.n W»l»h 11 S'. ...lotirt . 

OM A i.vnitn* I S—'« f 
Otrf a*uUn#. I OM T-***. i* 

. a- M«rt» H U « 

fl.'.r.n* It S'H.'.n Pt'i I 
W'.tn* }« rs.ii.nPi.ni 1 
a.m.Mri* IS r»rtfsn». sns N s 
t niau<r<*v i 
B-i-'-'i I T.*.“, •*.-..■> iM.h a 

CsrCiff 4 a.ssnr* !• 

P.vnnpA.. a.^, (.1 1 s 

R.fnlvnr'h a Aft*.*i' .rT 
L«nsitnvn* t» YUCv^.m* i 
IpStrMl.r * Cvi.»i''rt t| 

H.n.ilr lY a««s s 

14 *•'» ' I 

VV..1H S Y 

cue vavt'S-.r. 1 *t.i r. is 

» T- -'i.t « 

aw-i'vr«v»i I Al^l .* ^ 

M'lfSv I# IV 

a**f***s VI P*A*. R.ii a 

T.--f.'nn * N- -I...-. .-.t A V* 

T»P)-*.4 i« O-tn 

M-r-t! • 

Ws'vr’-.. !l t>nSi - «'t'>e.r*r. T» 

w*«*nn a.ip*. vj * r> a *...*• ti 
M»ti»<»i r.itm.' agsii* 4 • 

m. -jn* ArsSPm<'.% 10 W..I sY Mrar. 

Isse • 

anecsBN 1 V4.«*t»« V 
a.nsr'h I* Sfvhfie*. 4 
an^invriee i a.is i 

Bunav tvsnrv 

'S«* Tssfi 

WATliBfknn ti S>« r«.!s«4.rs M 

-Lssrs* tntfhssi 
a.-rti* 11 Nwn.’*' V 
SsUST II tl'srponl r V 
tV.TK'S.t.r tl isUard It 
Mslltst 44 CsiU'fc'S 1 
01 Kint‘lsn R >1 WNil'hit.a 10 
K.itMSY VI IrtMlsr 17 
iMe. It W'smnsSMi V* 
i.lfk 14 Hul! VI 
mekvai VI FmottraiAa. R V 

•* N.I.RI IV tnsrhoMi • II 

••liltsa IV •rsdln.a II S 
Wskstl.M T la Wisss II 
WiUnts IV RarbSsW m IV 
Tsrk it M«4N*fsri*M IS 


Medal Golf Set 


* ladias’ madal round for golf- 
art with hamhrap* of l.S and 

undar a> tha Victoria Golf Huh •« ou.-,.. ..• •.■.e 

Monoav follow Xir-»s»- -nrn», • Cltlf 

... „ _ ^ hsS'' 7. . :: Rn.-lt Inr • 

^ '' »n.-l M't M S-S 

T* *.;• SB* M * w I Bt Mnith hs'* 

l»4fl Mt« R R.ihtne •M un T ♦' S'”* ** »' Fi.' 

?et Al*tje'Ff| nf> *' • 4 M*P rvf 

vr. - a -VM-rtn ,M y •• u J's’’ aisiiiwvi* 

•' R»*4 soe WsiWtiBii auMi 

S"S Mm j am|> TAKK ROTT-i. -'.s- s. ^-v.b. 

*"•’ - - 

— - Br S» • rr 4tPr>< s? — s» pr**pril 

* rw.l'isi* IS •'UlBi ■ • ■(Cr.«i tti» 

I) /I • • •rg.ri-misni Af 14). k« Rrlc-r in« 

I ar (competition " • v 

I >••" IH St • = t p m 

Mrs (I f- V • , ... TAM ROTirV »^SI si- ps'^Ai 

■ M Ij MerKan/ia won sp»..m « n.« .■,rnv.*r/i 

tna silver diviRion on • mnnihlv JJ*' ”*• sv ias. st ni* 

•' "o. 

t»h|f ( luh FYidiy b\ ftntahinr *' - 7«*»<Jsf ouiMr lUh 'viv 

hvo down to ragulailon ne,iras 
Winnar of tha hronra divla- ^ • *ular 

Inn w«s Mrv D Goldamlth, who WsaiMps' R. ; cwt. 

two do^ to p*r. .SS'u/iW 


Par (^mpetition 


we* two down to par. 







I 



Cailif (Tnlimtfl! ^ 


Monday Slorr Honn: 
a.m. (o .*) p.ni. 

Fur Couiirous Sen ion 
I>ial S>7111 


DOUGLAS AT FISCARD 


>Uln<'>. keahiiK, 4 4»bbla 
Hill, llumvii and '<ook^. 
rail Z<^(h 61H0. toll free! 


powerful i320-wati portable electric radiator 


colorfast broadcloth shirts 


Finely woven cotton broadcloth laundt'rs fresh and store-new time after 
time. You can proudly wear any of these fine shirts, knowing you look 
flesh aud tailof^ll Choose white, blue, grey or sand, each with attached 
fiis<>d collar and measured sleeve length. Good fit, smart styling and 
economy combine to give >ou a smart, fresh shirt to enjoy Sizes 14* . 
to 17. Regular 4.95, SivtIoI 


No need to shiver if the office, or 
any of >mir rooms, for that matter, 
are too cold. Gel youi-solf one of 
these instant -heal mg. jiortahle radi- 
alors that require no si)ociaI wiring, 
can be ju.st plugged in to ^he nearest 
outlet fnr that <juick. cosy heat that's 
so comforting . . . F'or heat when and 
where you lu.'cd it, choose one of 
these sivlional radiatoi's ihat have no 
e.xposed element.'-, come complete 
with a sturdy carr>ing handle! 


Men's “Magic-Fit" nylon socks 
wear longer, look sharp! 

These* miradoh of modern fibren and kniiting. 
are designed lo /ii any looi’ Jusi i-hw>.s 4 > ihu 
colors you prefer, and Uy them oui lor the 
mo5! comfurUbip longweiiiing sock you\e 
tvCi Nylnn r>pi*d'- less mending 

sfiwirtlJy iieaird foi grearer «h.Mirrw?nfv tor 
your f'M)! comfrrri! ChiKi-<e wine, brow'n blue 
grey and nav> NO SIZK lo awA 

irmembei Keg $1. and 1 .V) /II A 

I'jok Ml the -sa\in»:!: . . . yp-rtMl paK I VV 


Save V 3 on men's combinations 
• . . subs of a well-known line ! 

Fine winter weight cotton, knit lor perlect hf 
wHhou! bulk. Styled with short or tong sleeve 
■ ankle-length Jeg, and neat button front. The 

slighi lUiMs in these suh«, will not impair wear, 
01 apiK-aiance. or romtoii: Knjov ihe savings! 
along With iileasure ol siajing warm gk pfk 
.Sizes 36 to 41. In cream only . # *IH 

Reg. .19S .sprnai p,-,,^ fcsWV 

Hll>M).S'S BAV <<l>tPAS) 


men''* furnlsIilngN, main 




Canre that Thanksgiving turkey 
easiiy with this three-piece set ! 

Each 


Cook meat to a juicy goodness 
on a Broil-Quick Rotisserio! 

Regular 79.95. 0188 

Special, each O I 

.S.i\n up to Sl.S on Ihi-. wonderfully worth- 
while Infra Red nmiiguirk Roti.snert* 
that broLb chicken, steaks turkey lo a 
delicious tender goodness. The four-hour 
aulomalic turner K easy to use. juM net 
•nd leave, ihe revolving spit rtoei ih» 
rest, so that you liase meal rookH per- 
lecUy and a meal >our whole family will 
enjoy, Dcmon.siraior* and ^1lghlly soiled 
models account (or the low price . . , 
Limited quanltly. shop early, 
dust $6 now. |I6 monthly, makes this 
Rotlaaerle yours. • 

HIDKON'S BAV tO.'IPANY. hardware, lower malo 


Girls’ plaid shirts, 
perfect for jeans! 

Rpt-ola], raeh if gg 


“Twinseam” crepe slips 
with frothy lace trim! 

SpeciAJ, eBch if 7Q 


Campus coats styled to Boys’ wool pullovers 
keep you warm, smart! warm, dressy-lookin 

Special, eazh f\49 

y ' SpwIaJ. each 4 QQ 

Reversible' Generous hip length, 
full rut and roomy Jacket lo keep 
>ou truly warm! Firm Melton cloth 
with saUn reverse popular with 
arhool and rtrtlege folk! rontrasttng 
piping on shoulder and arm makes 
ihe colors ol navy, grey or blue 
really stand out? Dome-fastening 
from, and zlppered pockets. I'hoov 
liom slze< .36 to 44 

HI DSON'H BAV 40MPA.W, 
men s clothlnr. main 


F!asy-to launder flannel. In assorted 
plaid patiemt.. gay casuals to wear 
with alacks or >*aju. Long sleeves, 
flvebutton from closing, with two- 
way collar. Double seamed to pre- 
vent fraying and give longer wear. 
Sizes 8 to 14. Regular 249, Take 
advantage of ifi^ special savings' 

HI IISON'H BAY COMPANY. 

ehlldren’s wear. Srd 


PopuUr V neck atyled with tong 
sleeves lor warmth. Made of pure 
wool in ser\ic<.>abie colors of wine 
navy green, browm, grey or blue' 
Hrm fine knit sheds soli more 
icadlJv and keeps these fine sweat- 
er- fiesh-lonklng longer. Reg,rJar 
-19*1 sr/rs fi In 16. 

lirnsON’s BAY tOMPANV, 
hoys’ we«r. main 


.‘>i>led for a new perfection of fit 
that you will enjoy. Smooth draping, 
softly clinging . . . and femininely 
finished with dainty lace trimming 
at bodice and hem. Double slliched 
seams for longer wear. White onlv 
In sizes 32 lo 42. 

HI D'-iO.N’S BAV tOMPAW. 
lingerie, fashion fliMir, ^nd 


Beautiful floral patterned chromspun spreads are 
the focal point of your bedroom, come in 4 colors! 


Shrink resistant 3-ply 
wool nylon reinforced 
and colorfast! 


9d«M-lnrh matching drapes, C44 

self pleated. pulr 0 

The tops of the spreads, sugar-while 
chromspun. tre patterned with soft pink 
apple bloasonu and rosebuds, a full 
ruffled flounce In the color of your choice 
. . . yellow, blue green or rose . . . adda 
further rich beauty to these spreada that 
have to be seen to he property appred- 
aied? Single or double bed alze You'll 
find them durable, pranlcat as well at 
room-prefiying; not only that, they’re 
easy to clean! 


Satin embroidered slippers 
for cosy lounging! 

Slzps for liolfi MF:n and WOMF^S’! 
tf> wear, and light comfort for tired feet 
Red, green, blue, black or maroon, each 
with contra.stinR colored embroidery 
padded leather soles. (Tioose ^ ^ 
yours to match pr complement fl fi ( 
your lounglne robe . . . 

Special, pair 

HI OHON'B BAY t O.MPANV 


Note paper with Canadian 
camera studies 

A series of Canadian .scenes by “Jav”*. 
12 shcet.s and 12 matchim; envHojios d 
picting Canadian countryside scenes. Flat 

set is so attractively boxed it 

would make a delightful uift. O fj 

Special, box ™ ^ 

HI nBON-B BAY (OMPANV 


All purpow yam that you can u*e for 
ev<*ry memt»er of your family from 
baby to dad! Requireji the usual care 
of any wool garment when made up, 
( halnwirle buying glM»K you thla .spe- 
rial low price on a oneouncr ball. 
Arrjonp the many colors are while 
torquolae. green*, blue^ pink and red’ 
Make up sweater*. a/Kki. mitten* 

Jut-i anything' 

Ht nsON’S BAV tOHI'ANY. 

wooU, main 


notion*, main 


atattoner>. main 


Clearance! Terry cleth 
fiageriip towels, regular 39c 

SpeelaJ, each 


You’ll get yourself glowing 
^ry, wrapped iu plaM towel 

Rcpilar 2.9S. 

Special, each 


Get hands really dry when you uae fhete 
soft, absorbent towels of rich terry 
cloth’ Towels comp In coIorfa.xt shadet 
of pink, blue, yellow, green, are 12x18- 
Inch aize, have deep, fringed ends. 


Thkk. ioft. cony bath lowel. 34x45 Inches, 
to envelop you warmly when you ntra 
r) 0 t of the tub. You’ll Hnd tha blue plaM 

•cheme t^t the colorfast dyes prevent 
fsdlrif and running' Buy now. r«vc . 
they re all first qualify? 

BAY rOMrAXY, sUplM, Sr4 


Repeat sale of Persian-styled cotton 
rugs imported from Italy! 

Slia. ffgular BDJO d9** 311 xS8". rfCuUr H !tS 

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AO. 2iS — MNETV-SKVFM'n YEAR 


Vr<TORIA, BRrriSH COU’AIBIA, SIM)AV, OCTOBER 2, 19 


60 PAGES 


France’s 


British Foreign Secretary 
Supports Paris Viewpoint 

UNITED NATIONS. N.V 


Praying Woman 
Slain by Shot 

SACKAMENTO (IP) 


<AP) — Tho French koumt- 
'mrnt, biller over a UN vole to debate the wa> Fran. v 
rules North African AlReria. on1en*d a hnyj-nir of the U.N 
general awmbly and ils 

; connmiltees Satunlay, Mi*mt.er*i nf oip |HTm»nrni 

ivcislor. on whrJher ihe OPlruanon »a iHp I’N' .j|v 

Kfrnch will *ut away pntjrply Uni t (r<im thnsp si-m hete fur 
from the l*N wa*i to bp tak**n ihr lOih A'‘'^pnib)> v. -nr.n - 
at a rabtnet merfltiR In t*ans were auulUji;: 't ^iru'tKm** «*i. 
The rahinet met for twn tmur« xUiPifuT Uip wnhOrhual i-. total 
.Saturday and rerrs«.pi| vuthnui or p.irtial ami ipm(M«rary 

Ttif «holp Surijf dtp|f»mai«. hrr»* prp 
a jj"vri 'ifiu-Mi 1 rt<iv 4.n 
AU*'‘iu Miuati'ui atf<(i 

one hn-w >nc of) t ■lurr’’- pro 
m f<'r M'lnn*.. Whrihpr 
»rp pTiii Pinay w-ouM •till 
in *iw‘ i.Mnprnmerii fK i 11 
f*n 1 tir\ w«T»* hr«!iilo<l to 
tnako a i*rp-Ot»r»va vi>*n in Mp>* 
itiu wa*- nni* nf tj»r iniru.‘iiiML' 
qur‘.|iofts raKod hf-rr 

Hriit-»h +’urrigri Si»iTriarv 
lliirnld Ma( Millnn, In Wavhinr 
ton for mfnmial talk** woh Se<- 
loi.irv nf Punr<, char 

arliTt/od l!*r ini i/icni I 

• rr*>u If;' pjiin-- " 

‘ I Hunk itn"' 'it'p l-'rem-lt ' 
protf'.rfii wb.ii th*»v 

rpt'.ird as doaltnc in thi'ir in- 
inniHl affair*, with whtrh ^^n 
ha%e ( nnsiitnr.ihln «ym(iath> 
Mai Mtll-nn tnirl reportars, 


Mrs. Domthy May 
Moore, 27, shttt in the bead while reeiting the l.^trtrs 
prater, died in county hospital here Ssturda}. Ihe 
\iclim of a griAly joke. 

Mar>H\illf Police Chief John Rlevlna Kald that 
ticnc Alton Haney, 2S. of Beale Air Force ba.<Mvtook 
a reioher from .Mrs. Mthire's hedmttm thinking it 
WH.^ unloaded. 

He |K)intc<i it at her and lokt her to "Nay uuir 
prayer*.." .Mr^. Mmtre started on the liord'a prayer. 

At the second line Haney pulled the Iriggcr. 
The gun jtiM dirked. 

She said Ihe third line. He pulled airmin. It 
fired. 


' reaching a doii.Hion. 
delegation to the Attsemblv wa» dti ted 
ordereit home in an uweriicai th4 
telephone rail from 
Edgar Kaure m Pan.s 
• C*>retgr MmiMer Aot*. 
temporarily heading ipe A‘‘«em 
bly group here. e 

Herve Alphand, ttie new 
French p*’rmanent repre«irnta 
rive here, waa alan preparing to 
fly to Paria, on rail for rnn^ul- 
(Ationa; Pinay led Ihe delega- 
tion walkout from the General 
AssCfnhiy hall Friday after* dele- 
galev voted 28 27. with *five ab- 
'*tenlions. to reverse a Steering 
Nvifnmtfiee dci l^lon whtch would 
have marred an Algerian dch.ue. 

^ Fratve argued that Algeria i- 
'part of Franee and the FN mu»l 
n«*t mtervone no <lotncHlie mniterv 
Arab Asian riHinlni*a aopred that 
the UN roijld properly dti<*u*s *b- 
i|uestinn of liuman right!* in Algei 

Pinay and eight members *»f Ins 
counlrv'* l-’N tieneral Artsemhly 
delegation left by air f..r Pan» lai^r 
S;iiuiitay night. 

Before boarding the plane Pinav 
would not 


Though Navy Ship 
Goes Aground, 
Show Impressive 


Race-goers packed the grand^land and field at San- 
down park ye.slrrd«iy in .sufficient numl>ers to virtually 
as.sure Viclortans fhal racing will return to the area 
ne.xi year. The .'V.WX) fans [wured S7S.3.'J5 inlo the 
muluel windows, well exccedinc the 537, (Xki wagered 
by a smaller opening day crowd Iasi Saturday. Racing 
continues at the Sidney track all week and winds up 
on the Thanksgiving holiday .Monday, (oloni.s! 
Handicap by Kentucky Bob. who picked three winners 
Saturday, is on Page Form ('hart i.s on Page 11. 


VANfOl^VER u p The de. 
troyer llMC.s AthalwakAn went 
HgrtMjnd off smoke-shrouded 
.'Spanish Hanks here .Saturday 
but Kxeri ise ‘'Sea Serpent" wa» 
xtiii a etarfling demonstration 
of fo-operatlon and timing as 
Canada's 


imilaUle if W an trtl 


told tW'W.smrn hi* group 
attend and United Nations meet 
mgr. whether in regard to Algeria 
or anything elae ' until the French 
has aludied Ihe stlua- 
lion thoroughly. 

Commenting on a planned tnp 
to Moocow by Prune UiiuAer Ed-i 
gar Fautv. Pinay said- 
"In view of what has happened 
in Ihe UN Onerai Assembly with 
regard to Algeria, it d<ws not 
create enthusiasm for the tnp 
Now It IK loo soon to sprak. in view 
of Ihe siiuatinn. The almonphrie 
H mil ton favorable " 


Crowds Fail 
To Bother 
Boy Pastor 

VANCOUVER (CPI 


eiimption of ihe royal eommia- '• * basic right in our 

aiofi polira inquiry here Tues- 

<l*v. "I Hill demand that she ap- 

Mr. Gould said he will dL-niaa undlsgumert and I will put 
the issue with comraiasiun coun- 

eel J. G. Hiilrhe 5 ..n Monday P'***”** ***" her. I will ...k 
ar.d then present hia legal argu- * ^'7"' P"'' 
ment before commlMloncr R Identlraflon and then 

H. Tupper when ihe hearing re T*' * 

aumev after a lOday sdlourn ^ 

' arry on a futl rrnfcs.eaamina- 

lion " 

Helen Dnugl...: le'-ufvlng iin ... . * 

der her maiden name, hs, uud Another mavm for hia de 

the commlMlun -hr had a five. "■’* 

year asaocianon wlih (-h.rf 
rnnslahie Walter Mulligan and 

had twen given presenis and know .he would he dia-, 
monev CUCicd when ahe appealed In 

.•she was dl.agul.aed with \arl ,, 
iviia wigs clrrlhca a-d u...- ' 

aorie* each time *he appeared [«n*ented io any dl-guise If he 
at the hearing* known. 

Mr Gould. roiinM*! for C hief In her appearanres before the 
'Mulligan, said lodav "it hn-. <*ommi-Hinn, luvestlpatlng 
been seme teritiirie« «ini e a wu cli.-irce^ot comiptinii and laxiu 
nc«a has been atlovu'd to appear wiihin the pnhee fon-e. the 
In a court In a mask and make woman w/is .shielded hv polire 
an aetimafinn I •«'e no dlffe* n-en from repor'ers and photng 
ence between a ma*k amt a tUi^ raphers ;%nd huailert m and out 
gui"e of the hearing ro«'m. 


three 


services cfm> 
bined for a mock raid on s city 
bcaiA 
Navy 


authorities were not 
immediately available for com- 
' ment on the grounding of the 
I Tribal claaa warship but an of- 
ficer said he underalood the 
fle*t rover touched hoiiom only 
for a few mimifea. 

The Alhaba.skan. raptaim-d by 
Lieut -Cmdr Charle.* t: Richard- j 
.*on. was refloated a abort fime^ 
later with the help of Mue and | 
• ug. Wilh her skater ship. KMCS 
('ayiipk. she landed troops dur- 
ing the hour-long eKerciae. 

Two men were alighliy In- [ 
lurni in the exernae, one suf - 
ferlng a small hum and the 
•iiher mm ir lnjurrr> from a ' 
pici e of hlark ammunltlnn 

Kxeru/se ’ .'^ca Serpent." in 
volvmc Lut'd mnn from the 
navy, air fone and army, was 
the most s{tectacular and leal- 
i*ii< ptihiir demonairstinn here 
aince ihr ,s«*ond World War. 

Hrig (ie«»rge KKrhing. R«’ 
area tonimander. said Ihe dem- 


Ronnia 

iNorgaard of Vancouver la only 
n but already he la atanding up 
before crowda of more than 2«0 
.and delivering aermona. 
j The boy Is the youngest min* 
i later attending the lhri*eday as. 
laembly of Jehovah's Witncs*es 
which opened here Friday. Mora 
than 2.000 Witnesses are attend* 
inr the rally. Ronnie Ih com* 
pletely at ease making up Bible 
.*ermon.s and discussing Rlhia 
topics. He admlla, 


OTTAWA — W’ith more than 170 delegate*; in aMend- 
ance. the Dominion-provincial conference will open here 
on Monday, and indications are that tax rental aRrwments 
will be available to the prov*. 

inceg that want them. i# -• 'VI 
The federal rabinet, which I 

spent almost two days this week — 

’ironing out new propoaala to be _ _ , 

placed before the meeting, i- (• M * 1 1 | ^ • 

understood to be ready In make Wl 1 I I ^ YlCFll 

Ihe pruvlni'es a new offer to i » M 11 Jl J-^llwll 

a«.siire continuation of ihe la.s O 

rental plan. ■ w r 

The new propoiuilh would he f Y* 1 I ' £\ %/ \ 

made under a new and more if III IC 1 Will 

flexlhle set of formulas. The f \J \ 

"have not" as well as Ihe y>- 

ralled "have” pmvlm'e<« wiMild A .*tiikc vote will i)c 

among powcrhoii.se cnglnrei 
Simultaneously, the federal (oria lumber and .shinele m 
government will offer ihe prov FriHnv at itr. - 

m.-r> pl.„ Which f"'""* 

snv or all could aix-epl if they ** mainland. 

wKhe<t to ren^m out of the ' ''f "peraling engituviF 
.xgieemenls. This proposal will after a meeting l«*t 

be made largely to accommodate ”*k*hl. laid it will meer w iih| 
Quelvr. Ottawa Ls not expecting Victoria men at I p.m. fo- 
Ihe DupIcSHis government to ar- Jabur hall. j 

cepi any tax rental agreement A union spokesman said It 
plan Ottawa may be prepared Io tiol policy to sirike and 
off'T. the union will do everything m 

The ronferetue. called prl- power to avoid nu/h acuon, 
martly to deal wHh'the questinn ’hui we rannof accept an acree 
of tax agreement 


pm. lEl'ypt until the men were 
-Iriven hack to Iheir reds at R V) 

' I ^ M l| *1 W/ nurinc the melee itie inmate*. 
■®->.eilHd y most of them srrv-tng sho*l 
*/ terms for minor offeni'es. set 

idflv and Tuesday ’f’'* vard. broke 

emen in four Vk- furniture and mr 

ram Monday ontil 

... Poller and fiiemen giaduallv 

r ' /*** henled Uir men from Uie '..nnl 

.mn a hv 

^ stream* of water 

' mllH ate affe. let Once in the building, the in 
e on \annM.vi'r Jv males smashe<l nearly e\er\ 
thing breakable and threw the 
s' u n I fi n demantis picrrv at police and firemen 
10 per lent wage it». Tear gfis w.^s fired into the 
ree addtlinnal paid ce||hIo<’k and the men straggled 
holidays dirtv pa\ out one bv one As ihev rearhed 
ondilionv appiMiip io the doorway, rhev were grabbed 
pltinis. , by po|)»e atid hustled Info a 

les now- range fr-im nearbv prison wing 
our for •.eiMMd » '..-.s After the water anrl tear gav 
1 fur Ihifd avs.iulf a ).s»l offlnal sa)d "|l 

Innks like we've got the Ud-i;* 
mills emidovm;.: under lootrol now” 

englneeis, ini fude Ibe rl'Uers lprif»red «.e.eral 
mason I-lil . Nfimre shot cun vnlle\s fire^} over their 
i. Mci'*arter * .*shingle head* during »he height of the 


however, 
there are usually some raised 
eyebrowa when he goes around 
on door to door call*. 

‘Tliey atk a im of queslinni 
before Ihe.v'll believe I'm 
serious." he saya. 

I'he boy-mlnlxier puis In nine 
hours 4 month i^ih his religious 
work. 


Inside Today 


i onilrs 14 

4 rmsword 14 

< ontrM-t Bridge - 14 

l-dllorlala 4 

Financial News Ik 

I. I-. MfMilnmre'a ( olumn 1 

t.arden Note* . t 

Island News IS 

Kadin I'rngrams !*k 

.'SIS iaJ - .22, is. 24. 2.S 
NHirt H. 9. 10, II 

Telex Isiim » 2k 

Tlteatr«*a k, 7 

Tom Ta.vlor'a f olumn.. 4 


4 ar < omer . 12 

Ib> It Vrmraelf 12 

On the Harbor Front _ IS 
Padre In Print . 1.1 

Harry loiing's 4 olumn Ik 
i ourirooni Parade Ik 
TV Preview _ . k 

Trasel (olumn II 

^/MterlainnH'iit Parade ; 
F'ootlighia of Rrnadway • 


s between Ot- 
tawa and the provlni'es which 
expire on .March .11, ai>o 

will rnn.sider: 

I. A national heallli Insur- 
ance plan, pmhahly on ■ con- 
tributory h^is. 

2 1 nemplfiymenl asalsl- 
ance. 

< ontinued on Page 2 


HorM Series haMehall will he seen on televlainn 
an hour later today, at 9.4.5 a.m. on ('BIT (channel 
2) and KO.MO TV (channel 4). 

The fifth same between the Vankeea and the 
Dodgers may alao he heard od radio atatloiia C4V1 
and CJOK, starting at the aame time. 


Astmtogy 
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(.ommunity Eliesl Cam 


Flag Ceremony Will Launch Red Feather Drive 


When a simple Reft Fcjiber Msg 
reaches the top of a flagpole a\ ibe 
Leglalaiive Buildings at ^.1 this after- 
noon the 19W Uommunlty Chest 
campaign for S21A«i2) in t.reater Vic- 
toria will he offirlaliy open 

FInl rep»uts on pmgrr.;. .-.f ihe 17th 
annual drive will he pi«tpil ar noon 
Inmorrow alter fir«*men howl a "Re«i 
Feather" thermnmrier at the fioupUa 
and nsgard corner of the lliidson't 
Ray Company drpartmenf siore where 
new tntaJa wiu.be poaied oailv. 

More than 2.V1 volunteers from 
husineea men who begao (he InduaUiai- 
•ommerclAl etnenaa of aome 2,0(X) 


firms a week ago will step up 'heir 
efforts Another 1.400 lanvasxers will 
make final preparations for ihe resi- 
denial drive beginning fVt 11. 

Urging everyone to give “generniia 
Itnanrial support to this wonhwhile 
appeal," Premier W A C Bennett said 
>es(rnUy- 

*lt unnecossary for me to rata 
It'gue the good work of the 17 ret-og 
•uml health and welfare organisations 
which appeal for your help under the 
Red Feather cainpaign. Every think 
ing ciliren muat he fully aware of the 
magnificent work being performed h> 
these organlrattona " 

Everyone theuld give "aa much aa 


thex ran to help the less fortunate ' 
said Mayor Claude Harrlaon. "There 
can he no doubt whatsoever as to 
benefits acrrulng from the Community 
('hrsi campaign. 

' ll H a monumeni to charity and 
rlvtll/atlon Itself that such a campaign 
IB In operation." he said. "We. there 
fore should back It to the limit '* 

Acting Premier Eric Martin will 
represent the provincial government 
and Aid Austin Curtis (he city during 
(he official opening ceremonies this 
afternoon. Padre H F. Pike of HMrs 
Naden will give the tnvrxcation and a 
Queen I Scout wU] raise the flag. 


Repreaeniatlves of the municipah 
He*, the chamber of commerce, the 
armed force*, the RCMP and each i-f 
the 17 Red Feather agencies will al«o 
sttend. Ceremonies Include the hand< 
of R.MQS Naden and the Queen * Own 
Rifles and a QOR honor guartl. 

Che*| preaident Coonney flnddncK 
campaign chairman R. .V 'tbniy< 
Moore and founder F K Wins, 

low will speak to a canvaaners rally m 
the lldeon theane tonight. The film 
"The Night My Number Came (>' 
Will he shown, courtesy of Ihe J. Anhur 
Rank organization 
Committee chairmen arc: 


William Mi'Coll and Kenneth Wills, 
targe firms. Harry Gladwell and H I. 
Alexanrler. smaU firms. Mrs. R A. 
Pykes. Mrs R A Roberta and Mrs 
Evelyn Forrest residential drive. Brig 
John Adam, federal employers, Cmdr. 
J Hall. HMC fXK'kyard. .Ma) E (i. 
Price army; 1‘eler Ramsay, prnvtm'tal 
employee*, Denni* Young, municipal 
employees R W Phippa, special 
names c w }|alfrmt, profeaaional 
dix'iiion. Thomas McMasier. rollertton 
and arrounting. and Elliott Brown, 
publfclty 

The 17 Red Feaiher agencies are 

Victonan Order of Nurse*. FamUy 


and Children's .Service Canadian 
National Institute for (he Blind. Cana- 
dian Arthritis and Rheumatlam So- 
ciety. John Howard .Society. YMCA. 
YWCA. Fred Lanaberg .Surtfhine 
Camp. Boy .Scouta, Community Wei- 
fare Coundl. Canadian Welfare Coufi- 
clL Columbia Coast Mlstion St. Vincent 
de Paul .Sorteiy. Cltlzena' Rerreaib.n 
R<M7ma. 5«enlor Auxiliary to St. Jooepb's 
Hoapilal, Christmas Bureau, and St 
John Ambulance Aaaoctatlon 
Dnnatlona can he altoraied to one 
or more agendea. and are deductible 
for Income lax purpoae a Leaa than 
1 per tent of total contributions goea 
to meat campaign eocta. 


Give-Through Your Community Chest!