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Forecast — Coo /, 


southwest winds 
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VaiH-oiivrr Inland'* l>-adin|i; Nr»!i|ia|)<‘r Since 1858 


M). 267— NIINETY-SKVENTH YEAR 


VR"rORIA, ItKITISH EOLEMBIA, \» EI>^ESI)AY, On OREK 26, 1955 


1 LCNTt UAILT 
I* CKNTI IL'KOAf 


2i PAGES 


Island Yaehts Zander F 


$2^ 000, 000 Centre Needed Now 


Dickie Recalls 


Rare I ales 


Of ‘Habakuk 


OTTAWA (CP)— Admiral f-^arl Mountbattfn Tdes- 
day recallod how tossed the Ingredient for "Habakuk” 

Into the bathtub beside Sir Winston C’hurchlll. 

Habakuk was the secret Second W'orld War scheme 
for building huge floating airfields fiwn which to fly air 
. rover for the invasion of 

|l^ *nip wns -pykerrlr," 

W||||IW|^|^ ■ mixture nt pulp and srawaier 

-i- » MM J.O Jl «Kj| of which Ihe ftoaiin(( ba»f>« 

were 10 have brea built tn New- 
9 w loundland. It waa named after a 

Ij w ^ Iw M- Py*** on Mountbat- 

^ I %y || ■ W ten's Ktaif who dUi-overed M 
ML »rl Mounlbalten. then chief of 

Rntuh mmhined operationa and 
. now tinil aea lord and chief of| 

A - • naval alaff, related lo the Cana-i 

/A IAAVA preaenledi 

/ M M y icheme lo Oiurchill and later 

to the 1943 Quebec ronferenre. I 

Re\ fjlen Stevenson, a retired RIUHT sruT 
Anftlh'an t'hurch minister at tie und he took a block of 
A)h<*rni. «ald yesterday he plans pyltrrete in a thermos jar lo 
lecal aetton to recover h»s Chequers, nturrhiU s country 
lii'enoe to perform marriages itome. He wax told by the butler 
which was revoked after he P""’*' mmister was in his 

liK>k services in the United ^**.**’' 

chiircli “to assist a sick fnend " Good, that s Just where I want 
n..r vt«., o***. n p e—.,. ‘o w him, Mountbatten recalled 
But Most Rex. H. ^.Sexton, ^ duller 

Archblthop of Brtilsh Columbia. ^ 

said la«it night Jhat Mr. h#. ^ 

Stevenson feels he has been ,hu when he appeared m the bath-’ 
treated unjustly he can a.«k foriroom 
and receive a m-onslderatlnn of DrUGHTM) 
the matter by Anglican church ,, I ./ 
officials M**unibatlen popped the block of 

pyVreie into Ghurchtli s sieam- 
l.U K.N(.K*KKVOKM) ing-Koi bath. It floated and it 

Mr. Stevenson, virar of All duln'l melt 
rainis' Anglican church at Al < “The pnme mmisier was ah- 
bt'rnl prior to hla retirement solijiely delighted." Mountbatten 
In 1951. said the licence was said 

revoked In June on reeiwn- The scheme never bore fruit, he 
mendatlon of the archbishop. »«*d beiau<*e of the urreasmg 
The man Mr. Htevenwm ‘"OK 

«ld he heliMHi out was Rev. P' ^'orrs provided th# needed 
Stanley Kedman of HL An- J^d in the AUantir and the United 
drew s church In Albernl. who numbers 

died In September. P..X'' 

Mr Stevenson said he per hUmy.s 

formed liiree marriages and _ 

one Sunday church tervU^. The floating |„.|ds would have 
hoping that Mr. Redman would cai^ runways 3 000 feel long 
recover. Now 76. Mr. Steven- '» *'«'P 

aon receives a pension from the hyd as concr e^. 

... *. *. u . . ,Toey would have been aow e red by 

Angllcr rhuirh, but .. h. w.. , n»lorfV^^„ 

..kin* no "I'ry rom 'ho „ , ot . ««.! ol tour or five 

diocexe he said he felt free knots 

went lo Mr. Redman’s assist-, Mountbatten uid sections of 
anre because he was s comrade a field were actually con- 

of the First World War. a col- .inicled 

lege friend and a Ma.xon. jhe scheme, he said, met with 

MAKKS APRFAUS leu derision than ongmally 

Mr. Stevenson -wld he has ap Mulberry and Pluto, The 

pealed tn Most Rev W. F Bar former was the rode word for the 
foot, primate of Canada and lo nrfdieial port lowed in sectsins to 
AHornev - General R.ihert Bon Normandy beaches, the latter 
n(>r the code name for the ml pipe 

The primate anggeMed he 'he Knglixh chan 

write a letter of apology Ui tt**l to f ranee, 
the art hhlshop. he said, and Mounlbalten then recounted 

Mr. Bonner aald there waa no how he trirt to sell the plan lo 
legislation roverlne the attiw- 'he Bnlish and Ameneno com 
Won on lliences. chiefs of staff at the 1W.3 

Archbishop Sexton declared; 'Quebec conference ^ 

“Mr. Stevenson has taken a AND GAMRA r 

•nlemn oath of canonical obe- He had a block of Ice and block e 
dteni''e to hla bishop, and it of pykereie sent up In the suite 
would seem that he does not where the chiefs of staff were tn l, 
understand or appreciate his ob- conference. Gen. Hap Arnold of n 
ligations in this regard the U. S. Atr Force was invited f 

"He has not had either, the to split them with an sse. 1 

time nor the inclination to even Gen. Arnold cracked the ire all 
acknowledge the rommunica- right but jarred his arms and el- , 

Hon from his bishop regarding bows trying lo hurt the pykereif. 2 

his marrisge licence Mounthalien then took his pulol 

"If be feel-s that he has been and fired at both; „ 

treated unjustly he can ask for "The Ire shattered. I then* fired 
a reconsideration of the fnalter. at the pykerete. The hullrt jumped, 
and I would be prepared even back and very nearly killed Air I/)NDON IReijiersi — Pnnees^ 

now to submit hU case to the Marshal Portal The staff outside Margaret and Group Capi Peter 

Judgment of a group of repre- thought the Bntlsh and American Townsend met agam TNicsda.v aa 

aentatlve clergv or the executive chiefs of staff had started sh»ioiing.'1'^ Archbishop of f anierbury. Dr 
committee of the dlm-ese " at each other ’* ,fieoffrey FlstuT. frownerl on moves 

— lo alter the Chureh ol K-ngliind's 

iwMiliKle towards divorce. 


Victoria — Ihe N»sl con- 
vontlon city in Canaria — 
definitely need.s a S2.000.000. 
multi-purpose civic audi- 
torium with seating for 
8.000 persons, Benjamin C. 
Moore, one of the best 
known auditorium experts 
in the United States, said 
la.«t night. 

lie .sugge^ied iwo slles. >me 
adiai'ent lo the Memorial Arena 
and the other at the edge of 
Beacon Hill park, opposite 
.'south Park wh™*! and Thunder- 
bird Aparimenis on Douglas 
street 

Mr. Moore |« manager of the 
year old .Spokane Uohxeum and 
has gtven advice about audi- 
toriums to numerous American 
cliiea 

He ha.s heen Invited by the 
United Nations t<i go to Kurope 
to give advice and already in 
his next year s agenda are trips 
to Honolulu. Yugoslavia and 
Dublin, Fire, to advise on audi-| 
torium needs 

He came lo Victoria Sunday 
at the Invitation of the dvlc 
affairs group of the Victoria 
t'hamtier of ( ntnmerce to our- | 
vey and advise on Victoria's ' 
auUllortiim needs. 

t.ji«t night he delivered hla 


\eneziiela Rcaiitv Mi 


Miss Venezuela. Sasana Djuim. flanked by runners-up 
in the Mi.«w ^orld contest after she won that title in 
IvOndon. Kn^land. At left is second-plai'e Margaret 
Anne Haywood. U.S,. and at right. Miss Greece, Julia 
Coumoundourou. who took third place. 


Tzii Hang, above, one of three Victoria 
yachts now' cros.sing to Honolulu, is 
vkippered by retired Brigadier Mile.s 
Smeeton, of Salt Spring l.siand. A 


fourth deep-.sea yacht is bound here 
from Kngland with Major A, H. Jukes 
as owner-navigator. 


tsives Stolen 


The money made In operating 
>y a multi • purpose audiinrium 
would come from booking of 
r* traveling road shows, he ex 
of plained 

MI'SIf AL SROWX 
Now’ in the planning stages U 
ce a program to put huge mu«k-ai 
m shows on the road to play In 
*n large arenas and bring the 
V people away from television. 
With bigger sealing capacities 
It is possible to fill the aiiditor- 
^ luma and charge le^ admission. 

lit 

"I don't know of any better 
, investment yoo could make in 
Victoria,” Mr Moore Mid. 

. . Public Horks Minuter W. V. 
rhant. who attended the 
meeting, estimated an audt- 
torium would bring S7,b00.n09 
a year more businesa to Vic- 

•r 

^ "The finances of the city 
jy would become belter and more 
huoyanl." he satd. 

( APITAL t m' GRANT 
Mr. Chant thought that $75.- 
<100 could be considered practi- 
{< sl as a capital city grant from 
iihe BC, government, and 
{pointed out that that fund could 
I tie earmarkeri by those respon- 
I sible for such a project as an 
auditnniim. 

^ I "I wouldn’t like the commit- 
tee to go ahead under the im* 
^^ipresaion the city council wouM 
a give all The capital city grant 
r*B lo the auditorium project." Aid. 
^ Arthur Dowell warned. 

Mr. Moore pointed out that 
hn-key attendance In Victoria 
k. is nn the decline. "Our hockey 
If In Spokane has doubAed since 
ij we built the CoUaeum.'' ho 


GKNFrVA <CP'— Sixty-ftve coun- imum price of V; <15 a hushri was 
Inca inlereatcd in the pnee and ton high. Powerful. vnres from tha 
siabihty of wheat supplies sit down stihsequenily 


gnun 

here today for another silrmpl lo trade have urged her lo keep out. 

But. aa an advocate of long- 
term international agreements lor 
basic commodities, the United 


The conference, convened by 
the United NntKmft at the request 
at the miemahnnal wheal council, 
may last anywhere fmm a week 
lo a month. It will talk about the 
wheat surplus 

It IS hoped ihsi a third Iniema or Australtan purchasing power of 
tional Wheat Agreement will be a wheat slump. 

.Some gram ^prrli feel the an- 
swer to the surplus problem lies in 
world a<*renge reduction They 
argue that fundamental changes 
have re emerged in the world 
wheat grdkring pattern since tha 
.Second World W'ar 
Kurope and wheat ■ eonsummf 
parts of Asm. free of the sha'iow 
of war. now rely to a greater ex- 
tent nn home-grown— and often 


approved, in principle at least. 

Then a seo*!!!! nmference early 
ni'xi year ran begin bammenng 
at the brass tacks of price quan 
lilies and other conleniMais mat- 
ters 

For once. Canada approarhea an 
International ronferenr-e not as the 
Commonwrealth s nch uni'le nor 
the conciliatory cousin "under- 
standing" both Rritam and the 
United Slates, but with aome con- subsidized— supplies 

She hopes the bsiis ran be I 

found for a new agreement re- 

placing the 4A-rountry ope expu*- 

there IS TP _ 11 _ I _ 


mg next July 31 
doubt about Bntain and the U.S. 10 inaKe Dia 
Both are important In an.v effec- 
tive wheal part and hoih have PARIS iReutersi — Former 
been non-eommitial about what premier Pierre Mendea - Franeo 
they may do. ruesday fired the opening shot 

Bntam. the worlds largest in hla campaign tn return to 
wheat importer, quit the tWA tn power at the head of a powerful 


.Several targets have been 
picked out In prebiidget specu- 
lation. 

Defence which take* one third 
of government budgeting, al- 

Food 


He Mid the Memorial Arena 
was loo narrow for multi-pur 
pose conversion. 


ready is under amitinv. 
and agriculture auhaidles. cost- 
ing more than CJOO.000.000 
annually, ara ofhera. 

In housing, local authorities 
have been warned that tome 
tenants In municipal housing 
estates can afford to pay more 
rent. This may mean the 
goverrAnenl. which hAs been 
enrouraglnf the building of 
300.000 or more dwelling unite 
a year, may decide to concen- 
trate on stum clearancea. 

Nationalized tndustriea may 
feel the Butler pinch. 

Th# budget is regarded at the 


There Is Ao 


So Canada To Build One 


Inside Today 


Astrotogy 
C'toaairWd 
(kwnlm . 


produced "m evkhmee at the 
existence of the popularly-iermed 
flying Mucers.’’ He made pubUa 
a 96- page book aimniaru'iic tbe 
inquiry. 

Hosrex'cr Quarles noted that 
sexeral new planes of radicxi 
design now are in the works and 
cauUnned that "we are now en- 
tering a period of av'iatWi lech 
nnloKy m which atrrraft of on- 
oauaf ^ anahgttrauoa and fligM 


chsrarterlaOca viO begin la 
appear " 

He mM new ptanee will riaa 
eerttrally, without benefit of run- 
way. and will zoon away In level, 
miperaonlc flight, possibly gtvlog 
"the ilhtston of the BivcBlIed 
flying saucer ' 

Quaties took the wraps off an 
air force ctartrart adth Avm 
I-td of Canada to produce wbxl 
has been popularly de wri bed aa 
a fljtng Murer TV atr Inrre 
eonoedad tha Aero veUrte "co«M 


"On tlM baais of this rlud/ 
we believe that no objects swa 
aa tboae popularly dearr ttwd as 
flytag wren have flown m-rr 
the Umled lltatee " Quarles sail 
'*We are aatlitfied at this time 
lhat none of the s t g lit iug s of wv 
called ‘fytng sauren reptwied In 
this country were In fart aircraft 
of fnmgn ongm " 

The air lorr* study added that 
there was s "mmpfete lark" tjt 
any evldrare of physica] matter 
to any of tha repnrind "aatMeoa.' 


Ftnanctol Newa . _ It 

Q. B. Mortlmoee’s C ob s m n t 

Garden Note# ___ t 

Inland Hew* . II 

Radio Programa . It 

Bortal ^ 14. 15 

KpoH . ft> t 

THavialosi . - It 

TTieatrea . ..IT 

Tom Tnytof 't Cwfa m a _ 4 







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tHIlf I 111*”” 






2 fiailtf (Co[onifif VicterU. B.C^ W*J., Ocl. 26. IBSS 


Tiavik Renomtion 


Pro • Drrw ano 


CUflord Runnts. *i'CTriar>. Atiil 
tioorj*!* MaicfJrpgor 
Th* tfntJ-Drpw pmup uiurh 
mr» »f ColuofKi. Is In 

(hr Ipadcnihip of Prcw 

and supporlc<l by rsMi.t* Kii, 
layaiin. BC. Prntn'SMM* I'on 
servaiivr )r«<Vr 


Ii r.amprt Iluch Piggof, pro<!» 
(Irnf: \!r». 1*. G \Vo»»iw.ird, 
lir'«i M*r j‘i. * 1(11 :-.i , Mn«. Nor« 
Lind'- iv- *«\<>nd \1ir prohUlrnt; 
Vi i'>k Ii'iiliM ililnt McpprrsI* 
rtrni. Mi* K Ingi.ini «vte« 
t«rv anil Jack Vox irraxuror. 


Wiih G. E» Moriimore 


pROFtlSSIONAL mt*n — lawyers, doctors, nrchiteiiji 
and the like — are generally thought to browse in 
lush financial pastures. I have never seen one of 
them playi the violin for ■ ies or sellin balloons 


2^22 


Immi^dlate DcUverjr 


.*ion more than live years ago. 

The remodeled and expanded 
branch will be the largest of 
any In B.C . second only to the 
pruvinclal bead ollices in Van* 
ixiuver. 

According to original plan*, 
there wlU be a large public con- 
course in the building, and the 
tellers' ••tyre* and office* will 
surround a hor*e*hoe shaped 

I 

iVurlbed a* ‘one of the most 


It elected C. H. Rennie, presi 
deni ; A, R Walker, first vice 
president. Mrs. Violet Eddy, 
second vlie-presldent; Major W 
C. Robert, third vice president; 


So I was suipri.m*d when a friend told me a small 
true yarn of dUtress in the upper bracket.s. 

"I saw a doctor of my acquaintance posting a 
sheaf of billa about a foot Uuck.” W said. “I sum- 
moned courage to ask him what they represented.” 

"He looked at me quizzically for a moment, 
Tlioso are S-l.OflO dollats worth pf bills,’ he ssald, ‘and 
riJ guarantee that only a fraction of them will lie 
paid.' 

"About a monlh later I ran into Ihi.s doctor, 
whom I know quite well. 'Mow did you make out 
with those bills?' 

'* 'Only $S4 of them have b<*en paid,’ he said. 
'And many of the bills outstanding are owed by 
wealthy people, who could write a cheque for a few 
hXindrH or a few thou.sand and never notice it.’ 

” ‘And you know,’ the doctor said, ’if I were to 
write any of the more affluent people a tactful re- 
minder. they would snap back a hot answer, full of 
outraged dignity — but no cheque.' 

"That was a doctor who l.s very well known In 
towTi. If I were to tell you hl.s name, you would know 
It. Other doctors say the .same thing. You would 
be surprised how’ many doctors are making only a 
fairly modest income. ’ 


f OKDS 


CORDS 


I OKDS fc-* 

m<\ ( KDAR. 9. 

;.J‘» .-ord* ‘ 

*«r < t'art li»l7 


■mbUXim. Udn«r. 


called early next month. 

Work on the atonefat-ed 
building at the corner of Doug 
las and Yates will not start be- 
fore the end of the year, bank 
manager Dugald .McGregor said 
yesterday. 

Because the project entails 

demolition of the adjacent Gray rotunda 

block, which houses a news p. 

stand and lunch counter, three modem offices in the hi 
shops, with offices above, suf tern." the pillared Inter 
Sponsored by Victoria Klwanls time for notice to ten- he finished uith "beauty 


RUBINOKF 


Club. Rublnuff wUJ bring hU idven. he said. 

.Stradivartub violin, in.surxd for 
SIW.OOO. to Victoria fur an af>-| 
pcaranc'e at Central Junlori 


a* efficiency In mind, 


Woman 

Lawyer 

•> 

On Bench 


I sugge5dcd to my friend that If this was the 
case, some doctors had been boasting to Jho income 
tax department about their earnings, because official 
figures .showed the average doctor sitting pretty high 
on the economic pyramid. 

He said he couldn’t answer for the average 
doctor, but he knew several doctors who were having 
a struggle. 

‘ First of all there U roughly eight years training, 
In which lime a dot'tor can earn nothing. And then 
he has to buy Instruments, pay office rent and pay a 
salary to an office helper. Likely as not. he ha.s to 
lay out $350 every month before he makes a penny.” 

"I can hardly choke back the tears,” I said. 
"Well, I know comparatively few doctors, but I know 
a lot of patient.s, and I'm sure the doctors have a 
real grievance. 

*1 know several people who seem m stow doctors’ 
bills in the bottom drawer and forgerthem. I could 
tell you of two or three who are quite indignant 
when they receive a bill from a doctor. 

"In fart." I recalled, "getting a doctor’s bill seems 
to irk them so much that they go and buy a hand- 
mafle overcoat, or make the down payment on a TV 
set. to .soothe their injured feeling.s.” 

We Mood for a moment in silent contemplation 
of the physician’s hard lot. 


j A woman la\v>’i»r. Mis* E 
Lnrraine John.*ton. ha.s been ap- 
I pointed « Judge In Vancouver * 

, family and Juvenile rourta. 

Attorney-General Robert Bon- 
ner announced the appolnUnent 
yeslerday. 

Judge W. H. s. DIxnn. In the 
family and Juvemie courts since 
19*17, ha.* moved up to the posi- 
tion of senior Judge. 

He will replace Magistrate 
Gordon Scott, who resigned re- 
cently. 

Miss Johnston received herj 
BA from UBC In 1910 and her 
law degree from Dalhouslc Unl-i 
versily In lW-1. ; 


MtnttUmsr'— thick, erttmy 
tm 9 th»fd in mpfrh chncnUlt- 
A ^tlicinm c«n/*cti»n. msJt «i en 
m»rt M hj ulin-tmnnih mtlk thneUi*, 


U PSTAIRS, OOw.vsTAiRs, til through the house, the 
word gets around fast when Dad brings home 
Dairy Box Milk Chocolates! Better lake the bannister 
express if you want lo be sure of your favourite! 

And what a luseious choice you have amongst 
the 56 delectable milk chocolates in each pound box! 
10 mouth-watering centres — buried deep in velvety 
milk chocolate! This very evening, pick your favour- 
ite from Rowntree* Dairy Box Milk Chocolates! 


He's going places 
with Bluestone! 


Weather 

Forecast 


“One thing puzzles me, though," I said. "Since 
doctors have the.se troubles, why are .so many of them 
opposed to stale health insurance? They would have 
nothing to worry about then." 

My friend, who is a wiv man, said that one rea- 
son why many do<iors oppo5«^ health irwuranre was 
that It placed too low a colling on their earnings. 

"Nobody can blame them for that, If they are 
frank about it. ’’ I ventured. "Meanwhile, there is 
no exCTise for people not paying their, bills, if they 
have the mor»oy,” 

With that truism, wo let the discassion end. 


Snurt man! He's bagged the tMsi-lookinf »hirt* and lies for travel 
conifttnions. Rlucstone it ooicd for designs always a liiile ahead 
color* more tirikiog than most. Their ihim are always *o reliably 
washable, keep their shape and shed amnklM, Thsfi why men 
on the *o always choose Bluestone. 

Wherever yw so. yoaTl lec wefl^r— tS nni wcariM 
Bkwfliofie shkts and tka. 


Drtober 26. 19M 
Mainly sunny. Shower.* along 
the mountains. Continuing cool. 
Wind* westerly 25. 

Tuesday 


England's ftnest milk chocolates 


Sunshine 
1 hour 42 minutes. 
Precipitation .56 Inch. 

RCAX)KDED TK.MrKRATt:BR.S 

High .56 Low 46 

FORECAST TEMPERATmKS 

High--- 55 Low -..42 

Sunrise 8..V) Suaset 5.06 

East Coast of Vancouver 
Island -.Sunny with cloudy peri- 
od*. A few showers near the 
mountains. Continued coot. 
Winds southwest 15. High si 
Nanaimo. 55. 

West Coast of Vancouver 
Isisml -Cloudy with s lew sun- 
ny periods. Showers near the 
mountain*. 


For ikt same 
e/ lOur nearest 
dealer write: 


by Rowntrees 

$1.60 a pouni/ • Sptrui^ gift box $2.65 


TWI ilUiSTONi CO.. 5J5 SONSECOURS ST., MONTREAL 


Garden ISotes 


Little change In 
temperature Wind* light. High 
at Estevan. 50. 

Tiocs ST Mcroaia 
SU««»r* Tlw»> 


BV M. V. CIIF.H.MT. KKIIS 

When the first frost warning* 
wore broadcast a week or so 
ago, a lady phoned me up to 
tell men she had run out and 
dug up all her gladiulu*. some 
of them in ‘ full flower, and 
wanted to know what to do 
next! 

There is absolutely no need 
to ru*h Into this business of 
lifting Ihe glad bulbs. They are 
tucked aw'ay cosily underground 
where light frost.* can't reach 
them, and it doe«>n't mutter If 
the lopgmwth gela nipp^l, for 
you are going to cut Ihl* off 
and bum it pretty soon anyhow. ' 

NEED THREE WEEKS 

Clad bulbs need a minimum 
of three week* after flowering 
to plump up their tissue* before 
lifting, so there Is a definite 
advantage In walling as long 
as practicable. 

The garden books will tell 
you to wait until the foliage, 
turn* ro|i*r, but In our clltnate 
It will stay green pmrtlcally 
until Christmas, and Ihe limit- 
ing factor here is the Mate of 
the pnll. I like tn get mine 
dug while the ground Is still 
reasonably dry. for it i* a 
miserable job after the soil be 
comes a «ea of mud 

Ease the plants up gently 
out of (he ground with a digging 
fork, being careful not to scatter 
the spawn all over the ground, 
and leave them outdoors for a 
few hours for the sun and wind 
to dry the snll clinging to them. 
CIT FOLIAGE 

Later In the day, shaka off 
any v>ll which will fall away 
naturally, and cut off the foliage 
right down close to the bulb. 

T find a small pair of pruning 
aeeaieurs Ideal for this lob. The 
leave* should be stacked loosely 
to dry out, and then burned, I 
for they are useless on the' 
compost heap, and may be ' 
carrier* of pe*t* and disease. 

The trick In bringing glad 
bulb* aafely through the winter 
ta to do it In two stages— flrri 
a month or so of warm storage 
at living room temperature., 
then Into the coolest part of 
the bouae for the balance of the 
winter. 

For the first stage— the cur 
tng of tha btUba->4 dump tbtm. 


Ju«t as they come In out of the 
garden, into seeil flats or shal 
low boxe*. 

The whole work.* goe* in- 
bulb.*, roots, exirmirts. dirt and 
all- with not more than two 
layers to the box. for they need 
all the sir they can get. They 
need s fair amount of heat at 
ihu. stage around 70 degree*— 
and by checking with a ther 
momerer, I found that my work 
bench In Ihe furnace room was 
Just about right The floor was 
too cool for good curing. 

TEST 

After about Ihree weeks of 
this warm, airy treatment, there 
is a simple lest you ran make to 
.see If curing is completed. Pick 
up a bulb and ace If you can 
twut the old. drled-up bulb from 
the hotlom of the new one. If 
you have any difficulty In get , 
ting It off In one piece, give the! 
bulbs another week of warmth.^ 
then try If again. 

When the 


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the magnificent new 1956 Cadillac to arrive. And never haa the 
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AU the 1956 Cadillacs are aleek« eweet and low with s fariUiani 


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About Geneva 


Now Presumed Dead 

VA.NCOl’Vfc'R Four of five of C*nn»tructlon Induiirla 


OTTAWA I CP) The capital 
(akea a gloomy view of proa- 
pecta for the Big Four foreign 
minlaters' conference iiartlng 
Thursday at Geneva. 

Informants said Tuesday they 
see little hope the Kus-siana 
accepting German reunifli ation 
evrn with the West offering lo 
enter a mutual eerurlty arrange- 


mutual security pact together 
wiUi Britain, the I’nited States. 


tJfiAPERY Kemnan.s 


united ' rmany 


narcoijcs to truck Olivers and industry and partly are re* 
Juvenile^. aiMinsIble fur the growing 

Atiomey-Oeneral Herbert Juvenile delinquency rate. 
Rr'iwnell ,lr anitpmiceil me '1‘he atlmulariis ampheta- 
drive fdlluumg n year -Jong mines are used by some tnn-k 
underciiver i n v e s 1 igrition by drivem to keep awake on long 
ageiiis of the fund ami drug hauls, They also Juve been vised 
a*Wnini».iraiiiin. h> vriungsiers for “kicks’’ I«ar 

George P Uriirk. fmKl and 

drug rnmmiss./mer and i.iher dangerous' when u-M 

hv (lersons unfamlllAr with 
their effects 

I,.amck .sAid the InvesHgalion 
wa* aiarted when the trucking 
industry requested the agency a 
help to keep down the numlv*r 
of acclilenis resulting from the 
use of rurcnili>«. 


lands, and Luxembourg on the 
NATXD side and Russia. C4echo- 
Slovakia. Poland. Hungary. Bui* 
garla and Romania. 

('anada is iKit committed to 
participate in any such pad. 
being put forward to sound out 
the Hiis.sians The important 
points are ine nature of the 
guarantees involved and the 
fact that the 1‘ S. would he a 
member of any such arrange- 
ment. 


Approved 
By Council 


On our second floor , , . 
a big choice of 
remnanis In prints 
nets damasks, maiquis- 
eilcs and JInens 
Many colors and dcsigna. 


PARI.S iReuiers' The Atlan- 
tic pact council Tuesday ap- 
proved the We.stem foreign 
minister s p<d»cy for Thursday's 
Genma Big Four meeting, but 
in a day-long di«ciiv>inn aug- 
ges|e<i a number of minor al 
terationa. 

A NATO spokesman said 
Tuesday night: “It i« clear 
some changes w ill be made ’ in 
the Western brief, 

He said Ihe proposed changes 
are In form and nut In sub 
■ tqnce and concern malnlv the 
nianner of pTesentation of the 
Western cas^. 

Tlie NATO spf»ke«man said 
f .S. State .Se< retary Dulles 
wound up Ihe di«'u-ss|on. He 
p'ad a message from President 
Fisenhower .sending warm 
greetings to the crmncil and de- 
claring his continued dedica 
tion to the Atlantic pact. 


Mi.>w>rahle sk any human who has looked too loni; on 
the wine when it was red the ni^ht before. Musty, a 
boxer turmKl booze hound, lies and suffers with an 
icebaK on his head. Mu-sty was pit'ked up by Brock- 
ton. Mass , fiolice afler a woman made a complaint 
that he was leaning again.st a pole and leering at her. 
It turned out that the dog was drunk as a lord. He 
had been in a local pub where patrons had been 
feeding him beer. — {Central Pres.s Canadian) 


StandaiJ it ic ^ 

J Itt l^ifrtl — H'llft l.an'<\t I’lUit m 


jSavc a OT) 1 ®A 1 SrgdorMiaeg 


Pastor 


III T;K RFPt ri.k; 

The Indonesian republic has 
7‘i.O(YHH)0 inhabliania nn 3,tYlh 
islands aprawled across the 
equator. 


DEMERARA 


t anil or 


NFW YORK 'l'P» The Rev 
Alv in Ker.shaw . :*ih.iiM>king 
.Ti-year old Kp|s<-»ij»al re- im 
last night won on the 

“$R4 <Xlt) Qucsli<»it'' irlrvKirm 
piogram by answering difficult 
question* ab<»ut ja// muiU- 
The minister a re- tor of H'dv 
Ttlnity Kpi*.ropal churcti. Ox 
ford. O . wax asked in identify 
a rei-nrd mode by a Ia// group 
headed by I^ouis Armstrong 
which wAt con.siderrd one rif 
the fine**! examples of "srU 
•Singing '■ Then he w-*s in name 
tlie group “L-;'.:. Arm.siroftg 
eud his hot five " “he members, 
he said, weie Arinstiong on 
fornet. Ktd Ory on tr«»mbnne, 
Johnny D'Klfls 1 Icririet Johnny 
.*<1 ('vr on banio hu <1 “Arm 
atrong’s ^ife Lit Hauler Arm 
fctrong. who pU>ed Ihe piano. ‘ 
KervUaw Is in return next 
Week to amioiin<e wheuter he 
Will xellle for Ihe S^tjlHiO or 
risk It againxi Si'.t.onii 


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great gamble when he ezpwled 
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U-Boata to Canada, how (for 
five long yearn 50.UO0 sat-ka of 
gold coma, ton* of pure gold 
iMm, and five hillion dollar*' 
worth of necuritie* were »ecrrtiy 
Ktdden in Montreal and Ottawa. 

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This advertl.scment Is not published or displayed by 
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British Columbia. 


VIRGINIA CiGARETTES 


Rus.sians' ividles “beaia 
thing the Kgypliana did." 


Rv RKl ( h U)UTflFK 
rnsklllcd ill the Kngli.sh lan- 
g'lrtge and unused to the way* 
of the North American stage, 
Ihe Santa Cei'ilia t’hoir bruahed 
axide these obstacles to aing 
their way to a well-deserved 
ovation at the Royal Theatre 
Iasi night. 

It wa.s Ihe first coneeii of 
the 19:..VVi Famous Anists xea 
eon. and was viewed by a near 
rapacity audience. 

The present lour Is the choir's 
first fiuny fmm the .3Sh year old 
Aiademy of .'-^ania Ceiiiia in 
R-*me, oldest mu.sic*al Institu- 
tion in existeni'e. and markA 
the 30lh year of FPuiaventura 
S'lmma a.s ismiluclur. 

M 1,1. ( ONTKOl. • 

Like Ihe similar North Am- 
erican choirs, this 40 member 


.style was lively enough, and 
many of the singer* chatted 
animatedly among themaelvea 
between aelecilDns. 

Another different practice 
wa.s that of romeona singing 
aoftly the first few nolet of 
each aong before dia conduc 
tor Somma raised hit hands. 

TV'o nr tnree song* were 
needed before ihe audience 
warrne*! to the perfect halam-e 
ill the group. 

SO.HK OF BUST 

Possibly the he«i of the first 
half were “Rxuilale Justi.*' hy 
Viadana. Gounod’s “Adorn te 
d»vnte " and and Somma's “O 
s.iiiit.iris ] liudlM “ 

Following the tnlermiasinn. 
grralc-st audience approval went 
to a Monteverdi madrigal. 
“Leave me to die.’ a humorous 
love song by di lai.sso, Vecrhl's 
■'ll Grlllo " which apparently 
mean* "The (.Ticket." and the 
Siimma lullaby. 

Only aong the audience recog- 
nized was the l.’ilb-ecnlury 
hvmn. “Gloria in KxcelU Deo." 
hut they did not seem to mind 
Ihe lark of familiar melodies 


Burma Minister 


NOW 


Cat* Stiff 
^ Sara J«lntt 

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.MOSCOW iReulersi — Burmese 
Piime Minister 1/ .Nu and hi* wife 
armed in l.,en>ngrNd Tuesday on 
their official nme-day visit to Rus- 
sia. the Soviet new* agency Tnss 
reported I' Nu was greeu*d al the 
flag-decked railroad station hy the 
Soviet ambassador lo Burma, A H FREE - 
Schirorui. and other Ra*«mn uU)* 
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A FINEST-QUALITY, 
3-TRAN8ISTOR ZENITH 

Amozingly tmoll, compact, officiont . . . bodtod by 
on ironclod guerantoo of full totisfoctlon . . « 
yof filing for lou than ono-fourth Iho prko of 
many eomporoblo brand ft 


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To Head 
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SMXU It ran 
hid* und*r a 
man's iMckU* ' 


Prexklent of Ihe Kl«nn|* ('luh 
rf Vleturi.j North (nr 1!>'»d will 
be Kdttard Bowden Green 
At its annual meeiing l.i«t 
right the club elected Hugn 
Ferguson and William Jorgen- 
ten as vl<v-pn*sideni». 

The seven directors who will 
aej-va next jear are Karl Reri 
ram. Js'k Irvmg. .Uik Mr 
Klniv. Walter .*-=lipe Harold 
Ma<<'irecor. John Norrtngion. 
•nd Robert Macmillan. 

Arthur MacDonald was re- 
elected club ireiumier. aiul 
perry Wright was jrappoinled 
club secretary. 


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l««dW* t*rry ♦»** 

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4*4 *#)*f Ti t*l -nod**. 


Ev*r line* th* mlrsrulnu* diicciv*ry of 
tiny but *xp*n*iv* transiitoni. Zenith »nd 
it* dealer* h*v* shared • dream with 
Canada • hard-of hcanng 
It aeemed an tmpottthl# dream A vnaion 
of euperlalive hearing aid efficiency, clar- 
Itv. convenience, operating eeonnrnv • and 
all al a pace *o very low that ihexe benertu 
could be enjoyed by every hard-nf-hearmf 
per«nn, in every walk n( life 
Todnit, »hia "impouible’’ d»#am ha* he- 
eome a reaJiiy' Juat imagine a highly 
efficienL full-powere* J-trensiflor hearing 
aid an ■mall it ran be worn In a wotnan’a 
hair, aa a brooch, nr under a man's nerkUe. 
Yet it dnet not sell for S2M or 1300. aa do 
many other make«. but for only tJO com- 


plete Itiu. thanks to Zenith's M year* nf 
electronic expenence and “know-how'' plua 
the wiilingneaa e( Zenith dealers lo accept 
Irit priift per mlf, in order to bring the 
aerunty, Kapptne** and opponurutie* of 
better hearing within easy reach of all. 

Opersting mats, ton, are amazingly low 
Just one liny dry-rell battery, avaltab)* 
everywhere, operates the “Sft-X” for about 
lOe e week instead of SI 00 to S2-00 a week 
(nr vacuiun tube inslrumenla Thee* mv- 
inA* alone can pay th* entire coat of the 
“SO^X" in lees than a year ! 

But that’s Tint all’ Tha Zenith "SO-X** is 
told with a 10-Day Money-Bark Guaran- 
tee 1/ you are not completely astidied . . , 
if you do not flrvd that it equala or excels 


the performance of eompetitiv* makes aelL 
ing for 1200 or more, simply return it (or 
full refund And remember, tha S50 pnra 
Include* everything High-performance 
air-conducUon earphone, cord, stock ear- 
mn)d. One-Year Warranty and Five-Year 
Service Plan Time paymenla, if you wish. 
Act now! A hearing aid today is a avmbol 
of progress and InUlligenc* . . . ■ victory 
over faiae pndet 


Oicing to hears demaad. order* for (Ks 
Zenith ’’■W X*tn0 be ^Ited is the te«|xienc* 
rereired See ynsr Zenith Dealer fiov' His 
same is listed is the ctassiflrd telephone 
d i rectory Or sMiply eesd cospos belots 
for free lilerahir* and local dealer list 


Ye«r Zertifh hotiring aid doolor 
olaa hot four othar suparb 
new Zenith trantittor medelt 
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Victoria Has Special Needs 




I X ronsldoration of an auditorium this 
city iiAs some Kiiet'ial neoda, not to be 
found in every instance whei-e similar 
structures have been built. There w. for 
instance, the fact that as Ihe seat of pro- 
vincial jsovemment Victoria can scarcely 
Ignore the wider Interest thus Involved. 
Then, too, there is the nature of the com- 
munity with its constant, year-around 
aptM>a) to touriaU in seanh of entertain- 
ment; its attraction for large and small 
convention groups; and by no meaas least, 
its own originations in music, drama and 
other endeavors, ft is entirely probable 
that provincial use of Ihe structure would 
in time become quite as imfiortnnt as any 
of its other obvioti.s pur(K}ses; so that in 
essence a city-only enterprise does not 
seen to fit. 

One notes with interest the opinion of 
an auditorium expert brought here under 
local auspices. Spokane has a Hne audi- 
torium. built as a cast in cxce.ss of some 
$2.0tXi.fi00. But Spokane at the time did 
not have an ice ai'ena. Victoria has. and 
the suggestion of two ice floors soenw 
redundant in view of that Catering no 
doubt is a p<*rlinont issue, but there may 
he honest disagreement with Ihe view 
that this ser\ice .should be taken out of the 
hands of local hotels, equipped to supply it 
on a year-around basis. The alternative, 
large and permanently maintained aiidi- 
tniium kitchens partially used would not 
likely he operated at a break-even return. 
Also there remains the question of size. 
In our view' a more moderately propor- 


tiom^d stnicture would lie more in keeping 
with the capital city’M needs. 

This is not said to di.srourage the 
timely and interesting inquiry Into the 
nofcsibilities now under way. but rather 
with a view to preserv'lng two aspects of 
the case that should be borne in mind: 
a capital city la'alion. and a sunimer-and- 
w'inter form of convention and other use. 
Both are important, and if an auditorium 
is built with that in mind its practicability 
would likely be enham'ed. One could not 
agree more heartily with proposals for an 
all-around convention centre; including 
committee and other service rooms, a cen- 
tral ball for main a.s.semblics, and specta- 
tor or balcony spatv in that conne<*lion. 
It is the aM-purpose type of building that 
would perform its mission best. 

The question of size of course is con- 
nected also with. financing. What may lie- 
adequate for Spokane, with different 
needs, might be entirely un.siiiiable for 
Victoria. The S.OOO delegate convention 
might prove a rarity here, although many 
eonvenlioas of up to half that size might 
be counted upon -if Ihe neces,sary accom- 
modation could be provided. An audi- 
torium to seat from to 4.000 people 
might be found more .suitable here. Kven 
that would likelv he beyond Ihe com- 
petem'p of this city to provide out of ll.s 
own e<'onomy, on lop of the existing arena 
and other ventures. P'or that reason the 
application of the capital city grant and 
provincial a5isislance offered some time 
ago should most certainly be investigated. 


Too Long in Power 


/^NT more opposition seat In a House 
that contains a large Liberal majority 
must not he assessed out of proportion, 
neveriheiess the Progre.s.sive-Coasena- 
tlves .scored a notable victory in wresting 
the Toronlo-Spadina ixmslllucnry from 
Liberal hands. This riding has been 
Liberal for almost PiO years and the sig- 
nificance of Ihe hy-elec*lion re.sulf two days 
ago outweighs Ihe mechanics of numiiens. 
Following on a similar ujiset in New 
Bninswick last month ll undotiblodly will 
cause considerable disquiet among Ihe 
Liberal heiran’hy. It may well be an in- 
dication of a genernl feeling of pnile.st 
throughout Ihe country. 

Only a few days ago Ihe Liberal parly 
celebrated a straight 20 years in floral 
otfire and party-inspitxxi atx*ounts from 
Ottawa sang the IJberal praiaes In fulsome 
style. The developmfmt of Canada to its 
piTsrnt Industrial status and economic 
prosprrilv was pratiically laid at the 
Liberal door: douhrleH.s if it had sounded 
feasible ihe Igberals would have claimed 
credit also for Hie large increase in popu- 
lation during the past 20 years. 'Tlie 
present government obviously had its 
share in Ihe progress this co*mtry ha.s 
made In recent years, but most of this 
was inevitable in an expanding nation with 
lmmen.se natural resources and w'oulrl have 


taken place un<ler any non-.so<‘iali«t 
government. 

Its lengthy slay in office has in fact 
depreciated Ihe tme spirit of democratic 
government. Power long held breeds ar- 
rogance and there ha.s been ample evi- 
dence that this dista-steful quality has in^ 
fected the LihcTal party. Because of its 
preponderant maforily Parliament ha.s 
been regarded often as a rubber stamp, 
with Liberal members robtxxl of their in- 
dependence and dragooned into meek sub- 
mission to the govemment's desires. By 
their attitude .some cabinet ministers deem 
Ihe House of Commons as of little account 
and Ihem.selves beyond criticism. Twenty 
years in office Is an enviable record but 
it.s corollary Is a growlh of authoritarian- 
ism detrimental to Ihe* interests of Ihe 
country. 

The Liberal p;uiy will not easily be 
removed. Its .studied cardinal policy of 
catering to Queiiec at all costs ha.s tied 
that province to ll.s coat-tails. This mcan.s 
Ih.-it the Liberal paiiy can count on a 
solid hlo<k of more than (iO .scat®, which 
gives them a tremendous .start in every 
election. Only if the free voters of On- 
tario went predominantly Progressive 
Con.ser\'alive could this advantage be off- 
set. The Toronlo-Spadina re.sult could he 
the beginning of such an iinsw'ing in Ihe 
Conservative ran.se In no other way are 
the Liberals likely to be dislodged. 


A Decisive Ballot 


S LTCDAY'S vole in the Saar, regardless 
of it.s diplomatic consequences, wa.s 
a derisive affair. Some %.72 per cent of 
the Saarlanders went to Ihe polls in a free 
election. • They voted 67.7 [ler cent 
against, and .*12-3 per rent In favor of. 
what amounted to permanent trusteeship 
under EXiropcanized eonlrol of the .Saar. 
TTie interpretation-s start there. The gen- 
eral view in London and elsewhere In 
fXirope seems to be that the Saarlanders 
have no wish to change their present 
status, which in effect i.s reaffirmation of 
former German interesl.s. The result no 
douht will stiffen r»erman influence in 
forthcoming negotiations and put a fresh 
barrier In the way of political cohesion 
over a considerable area. 


Interpreting the Newn 


While .some of the effect.s can scarely 
be measured at the present lime. Ihe 
fered resignation of the existing local ad- 
ministration in the Saar and the im- 
mediate ix'surgence of agitation looking 
towards reunion of the area with C»ermnny 
have unmistakeahle meaning. It will tie 
for the diplomats to see how thfs situation 
can i)p fitted in with the rest of the tangled 
skein In Kiirope. For apart from Iteing de- 
risive. which in Itself wa.s a good thing, 
the Saar lialloting ha.s been disruptive and 
somewhat ominou.s for the future of any 
successful effort to draw Furopean slalM 
info an enduring accord nrf Issues which 
have long eluded settlement. For Frwnre 
the vole will be another sharp .setback, 
coming at a critical lime. 


Fences Well Mended 


By 4. M. ROBERTH 
Asaortaf^ rrpiw N'rwa Anaiy«l 


I f’ANT recall any orraslun when a l.f .S. aetre- 
dry nt alaie has devoteft aurh slrenuoua 
efforts to behind the-llnes unity a.« has Foster 
Dulles In cnnnection with the foreign ministers 
conference which begins today 

* * a 

Mr. Dulles has spoken personally to the 
repmenlaUvea of al least 36 countries explain 
Ing and trying fo ensure their support, or at 
least their tllenre If they disagree, for the 
allhxt program al Geneva. The matter certainly 
will come up during hU visMt to Austria and 
Yugoslavia 

a * * 

Every American and European nation wUh 

which the U.R. U allied has been consulted, and 
there seems to be an unparatleiled unanimity. 
Dulles roade a apedal trip to Italy Juat to dem- 
onstrate to her people and gnvemmeni the con- 
cern of Ihe Big Three for their opinions. 


The Allies rralire they aren't offering Ru.*- 
tla much in return for German reunification, 
which they have coupled with an all European 
security pact aa the chief topic of the confer- 
ence They are saying. You give up East Or- 
many and we ll see lo it that the unified Ger- 
many never attacks you " 

* * * 

Rusata la very likely to say, “Why give up 
Ea.si Ormany when, aa long as we have It. we 
can see to that ourselves." 

In that owe. the Allies have made It clear 
they Intend lo trade no principles, no part of 
theli own strengih such as West German affil- 
latinn with NATO, for a dangerous facade of 
peiceful looking but non material settlements. 

By clarifying all this in advance, the Big 
Three hope to avoid the dishgartenmem among 
their allies which mlghi follow the failure of 
Geneva lo produce any real progreai. 


mi 




1.' 




‘Go on, Fred — slip him off the lead.’ 


— LendM n*Uf BisrtM 


Thinking Aloud Letter from London 


**. . . of shoe* — and ships — and seal- 
ing wax~of cabbages and kings.* 

By TO.VI TAYIA)B 

C ArsK ami effixrt form a skein uf 
nmiinulty nowhere more notice- 
able than In the royal domain, where 
inherllance Is tied 

a Inescapably lo ita 
ancient past. 

No one has enm- 
menterl un the in- 
triguing circum- 
stance that links the 
ITimejoj .Mittgaret 
to llcmy tlie Eighth. 
It is full uf the rue 
of fate 

The obstacle that opp<>se.s the slate 
marriage of the princess tu Gioiip 
C'apiatn Townsend is divorce. 'Ihe 
piuH'es.s' sister, the Qu<^n. Ls the head 
of Ihe Anglican Church and that 
church dues not rerognl/e the rr-mgr- 
riage of a divorced person. 

Yet paradoxically the ('hurch uf 
England was founded nt> a divurce; 
that of Henry VIII from Catharine 
of .^rsgon, his first wife 

You will remember that in all 
Henry h.irl six wive* He was nut 
quite the Hliu-tieard he is often de- 
picted a.s btung. He cut off the hea<ls 
of only two of them, and it was not 
ur>seemly In thn.se days for such hap- 
j»emngs. Kings had Ihe privilege of 
sending people In the M-affold and 
no one denied them. 


In substantial part at least 
Henry's matrimonial ventures stem- 
med from his que.si for a male heir, 
a I'onsming urge lo make his dyn- 
asty se<ure and put Ihe succe.sslon 
beyond di.spute. This wa.« as import- 
ant for England as it was (or Henry 
himself. 

Thus it was lhat he S4>ught to be 
divurxed (rum ('aiharine uf Aragon. 
The p4)pe refu.sed lo grant him sanc- 
tion and Henry took matters into his 
own hand.s Uy sucre.ssive measures 
he breached Ihe papal auihorily and 
Irnn-sferred II to himself. In turn he 
forced both the clergy and parlia- 
niebt to acknnwUvIge him a.s the 
supreme he.id of the church and 
clergy of England 

He changed the Roman church in 
England to the Chun'h of England 
and gave it legal status.. 

And he got his divorce. 

This is to telescope history a bit 
but not to falsify H. Other forces were 
ai work. In England a.s In Europe, in 
di«senl from existing practices of 
the Roman church and undoubtedly 
there would have been a renrienlalion 
ol the clergy even had Henry VIH 
never lived. 

The course of history would have 
been different, however. The fact Is 
that H«iry did live and he created 
the Church of England and put him- 
self. and thereby all hi' sui'ces-kors, 
at Its head. 

And a motivating factor was his 
desire for a divori'e. 

It Is dlslinclly Ironical therefore 
that such a marital circumstance 
should art In reverse against his 
descendant. 

* « * 

Another Interesting aspect of 
Henry's break with the pope Is tnher- 
eni In Ihe designation home by Ihe 
Queen as “Defender of the Kaiih." 

This, peculiarly enough in the 
light of what followed, was a liile 
conferretl by the pope un Henry for 
vir1uou.s defence of Rome a few 
years before Ihe two became at odds. 
Henry wrote a book replying to the 
airlclures of Martin Luther and was 
rewarded by the bestowal of this ec- 
(leslasliral distinction. 

When he seceded from papal 
jurisdiction and took the church of 

country with him Henry was no 
longer defending the faith, at leant 
not In the sense of Ihe title that had 
l>een he.stowed on him. Henry kept 
the title and handed It down to his 
successom. but one presumes that 
paftal history retains its own view of 
his preemption. 

Henry legalised his actions and aa 
far as England was concerned that 
was (hat It would lake a deeper siu 
dent of eccleataatlcal mat lent than 
this column to untangle all the nu 
anees concerned. Padre Hilts might 
carry on from here, perhaps. 

In any case cause and effect he 
come one In the royal domain and 
the destiny of Henry the Eighth and 
Princess Margaret touch at an hla- 
toric point 


The Paradox of Air Speed 

By Kit IIAKII I. THUMAS, Daily < olnnUt Correspondent 




S CIE.NVR, like phdosuphy, has It.s 
paradoxes. It .seem.s strange at 
a time when aircrjft designers are 
promising u< five hour passages 
across Ihe Atlantic, when jel flghteis 
In prutotjpe i-an drjve through the 
sound bajiier in level flight, and we 
have recorded speeds of over ikX) 
m.ph. that Dtg backroom beys have 
started to think about huw to fly 
slowly. 

The simple paraduxical fact i.s that 
ahhiiugh we have airliners which 
can fly at luo m p.h. we have noth- 
ing uf (hat xptHxl 111 the air whiih 
can come to earth .>arely at less than 
lUO m p.h. In fact we have nothing 
in Ihe way of commercial aircraft 
which can land at less than .'30 m p h. 
and the besi-halanceU aitliner on the 
market is the new 
*rwln Pioneer, which 
can cruise at 133 
m p.h. and land at 
37. m p.h. 

The basic paradox 
is that before we can 
fly faster we must 
le.irn to fly slower 
After 30 years of fly- 
ing we have learned 
how to fly at 800 m p.h. but we are 
aupremely ignorant of how to fly at 
20 m.ph. except In terms of heli- 
copters. which cannot fly fast. The 
point Is lhat whilst the backroom 
hoys can see no end to the Increase 
In the speed of flight, they can see 
no way of getting the things down 
to earth with a rea«unahle margin 
uf safely. 


At Ihe ptesenl time otir pilots are 
being trained lo be a sort of high- 
speed human compuiur. They have 

10 think ahead of time. Mentally 
they have to make a landing .several 
aeconds ahead of the luuch-duwn tu 
counteract the speed of their air- 
ciafi. There is virtually no margin 
for correiiing an error of pre 
judgment. The result is that we 
have to rely mu<h more on Ihe .skill 
of the pilot, especially his sbilUy lo 
think ahead correctly, than wc should 
do. The hackrorrm boys agree that 
their Joh is to make driving an air- 
plane no more difficult than driving 
a bus That requires co-ordination 
and intelligence but not the degree 
of skill and advance thought needed 
by an airliner captain when making 
■ landing. 

The main experiments In slow fly 
ing are being made by Shod Brothers 
dr Harland with a pev-uliar little 
man m.ule bird called Ihe Sherpa 
Judged by conventional standards. 

11 is a daft little craft. It has wing 
tips which wiggle, wings which flap 
and contract hut it also has the 
distinction of being able to land at 
.Ti m.ph. With a little more effort 
and experknenl they hope to bring 
the landing speed down to 25 nr ev*en 
20 m.pih. 

But II Is proved already to be a 
useful Utile bird. When English Elec 
trie were making their PI Hhe ma- 
chine which first broke Ihe sound 
barrier In level flight* they Incor 
pnrated some of the lessons of Ihe 
Sherpa with the result that P I lands 


mure slowly than any uUier high- 
speed Bin-rafi arid it handles more 
icadily al low speed*. 


In simple language the prublcni 
the dcxgoei* are living lu uvertume 
la this the fa*icr >uu gu the less 
wiog autlaw >uu wsitt- ma- 

iluncs shaped like a dart travel like 
a dart, but once (hey start fi.ving 
slowly llicie Is nut enough wing 
tu hold lliem <n the air with slabil- 
li>. Tlrey l>ecome difficult to hattdle. 
they have to be landed at high .speed; 
aitU lilgh-.s(>eed landings give (he 
lowest |H>.ssible margin iur errur by 
Die pilot. 

At present the designers think 
sumrilUng can be dune with retract- 
aide wing.s and extending wing tips. 
1'he idea is that a broad wing will 
give the beNt |>erfui-mance (or take- 
ufl and landing. As .speed IncreMM-i 
so a piet e of wing will be retracted, 
then another plei> ami so on and 
Ihe process reversed for landing, 
rne pilot will extend h(s wing sur- 
face a.s his .speed decreases Imlio-d 
Inere Ls hope that the process may 
i>e made fuul-pi'oot by making it auto- 
malic as speed decreases. 

The pa.ssenger in Ihe airliner of 
the future will have tlw senaalion of 
seeing the wing grow smaller ami 
s.maller like a glorified landing 
flap sucked Into Ihe solid wing. The 
retractable Up.* will give added sup- 
pvirt 'The result will be a wing uf 
varying sizes fur varying speeds and 
ultimately, it Is hopeil. the designer 
will priKlUi-e an airliner containing 
the best of iMJth worlds a machine 
ilial will fiv fa.st and land sinwiv. 


It is nut, uf ouuise. a simple prob- 
lem Even granted iliat basic aero- 
djnamic problems have been over- 
come iheie is still Ihe constructional 
pioblem of making a basic wing 
winch l-s not loo fat, of finding ro<im 
for fuel tanks at present uv4>fiil|y 
(il.sperse«i m the wing space needed 
lor relraciiun. The .'sherpa. for ex- 
ample, has proved many things but 
It ran fly only for about 30 minutes 
before it needs refueling. Designers 
and (echnldans have still got a long 
way to go before slow flying ran be 
adapted to commercial needs. 

Saul n designer: “Sluw flying has 
bei n neglected bet ause the funda- 
mental pur[>ose of flying is (o travel 
faster. Nu one wanted an airplane 
lo fly at 20 m p.h. hsMause they could 
uo that on a bicycle Now we have 
reached the point where, In order to 
fly still faster we must learn lo 
land slowly. lde,<)lv we must pro- 
duce an airplane which has the con- 
trol of a lar and travels at any si>eed 
required (between one and a ihouvand 
miles an hour We are a long way 
from it hut we cannot say It Is im 
possible to attain. 

“Economic factors will limit our 
efforts in practice but we are defi- 
nitely out lo find something whn h will 
fly m .-»U0 m.p.h. ind land at ,'U) m ph 
If lhat IS aihieveil it will be an aeio 
nautical revululion. It may come 
through the rrdra< table wing, or It 
may >ome by transposing the jet 
stream of the engines lo create a 


School for Cyclists 


(From Tb^ PeirrlmrtiUKh Examiner I 

ilgh school has in- most of them, al will One has never 
loears to he an ex- rhecked by polli-e. at any 


jN HamUton a high school has in- 
i siiluted what appears to he an ex- 
n-lient program of training for the 
bicyclUts among Ms students They 
are running a series of three day bi- 
cycle tests under police safety offl 
cera (ollowtng three weeks of inttrur- 
lion on Ihe bicycle Itself If the lests 
are poosed the atudent geta a school 
letter. 

This sounds like an arwwer to a 
problem. No one witching young W 
cycle hderi about town would 
imagine that they knew or cared any 
thing absMit Ihe nites of the road. If 
they feel like riding against the traf 
fic. turning in the middle of the street, 
tiding on sidewalks nr riding three 
or (our abreast they appear to do so. 


Alwi according to the highway 
tiaffic laws all vehicles must carry 
lights, front and rear, after dusk- 
Hnw many bghts appear on bicyclca 
being used on the street at night? 

The automobile driver Is a terrible, 
fellow. He is berated at least once a 
week in every newspaper from roast 
lo roast. And he deserve* it. too. But 
he has a lot to contend with hjm**''lf 
what with Jaywalker* and btryclisis 
Some car drivers after oil. try lo 
be law abiding and courteous 'They 
deiwrve the cooperation, of the police 
whn sh«>uM try to obviate at least the 
more glaring obstacles lying in Ihe 
way of the driver who tnea. 


wing of air whlih will support tha 
craft in slow (light. But one thing 
is <x‘iiiiin, we have to learn to fly 
moic ^luw)y in order to travel faster. 

*We te in the position of the child 
who learned to walk loo soon. Ha 
get* biiidy legged and has to go to 
hospital, (o have thorn reset. If he'd 
waited awhile it wouidn't have hap- 
[lened. If early alrv'raft designen 
had tHitherisi mure about flying 
slowly fhsirad of faster there would 
not have been this gap In knowledge. 
We've ijBiored it for years. Now 
we've been furred tu gu back In order 
lo gu forward. It's like starting again 
at ihe beginning. But when we va 
learned to walk slowly we ll be able 
to run faster." 

He a<lded with a smile that nature 
has a way uf catching up with people 
who turn blin<l eyes to realities, and 
that no lunger can we expect the 
skill of pilots to overcome the de- 
ficiencies of the designers. 

q'here'a a moral In that aom^ 
where. 


The Packsack 

or GREGORY CLARK 

I F things* ever come to a showdown 
between Canada and the United 
Slates as regards the slow economic 
and jMililical Infillra- 
lion of Canada by 
our mawlve neigh 
bur tu Ihe south, you 
can count un me, de- 
.spile my age and In- 
firmity to man the 
barricades with os 
noisy u machine gun 
aa anybody's. 

And it IS not on 
poliUial or economic grounds that 
my bloodthirsty determination to 
keep Canada pure is founded. It is 
ail on account of tea. From Cajie 
Cod to San Diego, you can't get an 
honest cup of tea once you cross Ihe 
famous unriefended border. No mat- 
ter how you fctruggic. (he 'waitress 
will Invariably bring you a ailly dry 
tea bag aitllng un the edge of th# 
saucer, an empty cup. and a lillie 
teapot full of what might have been 
hot water when she drew It, but 
leriainly wa« not boiling and cer- 
tainly is tepid by (lie time she sets 
ll on the tabic. 


r 


If nut that, then an even cuter 
ronc«-p(ton. .Site will bring you not a 
|M»t but a cup of tea. m which a tea 
bag limply float* in what might have 
iH-cn hot water but lerlalnly was 
not rolling in the boil when siie 
drew It. 

I once saw Arthur Godfrej-, e 
couple of year* ago when he was 
piomoting a brand of lea among our 
coffee aoddcri neighbor*, do Ihe same 
thing on TV. He had the stage hand 
give him a cup and saui-er. a pot with 
what might have lieert hot water 10 
mtnules before; and Arthur took a 
lea hng and dunked U lightly In the 
tepid water '|See how easy It l«?** 
he esplained “You ran get Ihe tea 
Ju.sl the strength >Xiu like it. by dunk- 
ing Ihe bag iiltie or much . . 

t'gh! Then he drank live stuff be- 
* fore my horrified gaxe. and roiled 
his e)es and went through the busi- 
ness of expressing erstssy. I wonder 
he didn't gag. for tea so made tastes 
evarily like wet hay off Ihe barn 
floor I How do 1 know what that 
taste* llke'^ Well, 1 was wrestling 
with my cou*ln, one time, when I 
was a small boy I 

« ♦ e 

It 1* hardly credible that an Invta- 
Jr Ible. undefended boundary line such 
as that which divides Cane^p from 
the .States should be like on Iron cur- 
tain. s lea curtain, through which 
nothing cultural can penetrate. I re- 
shre that (he American* may have 
some sort of a paychopathlc block 
W'lih regard to tea. on account of Ihe 
Boston Tea Party But to prevent 
the infiltration of the American way 
of making tea. 4 wift borrow Paul 
Revere s horoe. Let 'em come ao far, 
and no farther. 


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li It p^^sihlr ih«t yiHi rralU 
b«*lifv» wiMt you ny in Sundnv t 
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lion* f»rv*mMinon ‘ rrai* alt mnH 

r>o you r»*allv bHiovi* lh.ii an 
orsnniution whh'h hn« rt»'Iihfr- 
• lely Irfi Ctoti oui of ilfl 
can evrr ai'hii’vi* ppar**'' 
r*o you r**Hl|y belir%f lhal rorn- 
•nuniwn will ov^r miikr* jithih* 
with Otrihlmniry; or lluif lhri> 
can e\pr be ppare wilhixil nijlir- 
eouoiw‘«<<* 


you are pinrimj; ji»ur fmih in a 
and are ilu/* for ■ ru<lo 
•vtHkmmK: and tnndrnlnlly you 
'ar.* playrni; inio die h;indH of iJk* 
C'lmiimfuviv, in ilw’lr prr<w’ii( mm 
to lull ihe We^lern ii.ih'tn<i lo sleep 
There ran n»'\er Iv peare nr 


unity, exrepi in arcr>nJ with Gfid'i 
plan and purp>»«>. and It la hiRn 
lime that all ('hnxtmnt rcaJi/Pd 
It. and f!a\e Iheir whole atieniioii 
lo leaming Gnd » will, and putting 
It into praotioe 

K W ABRAHAM 

11£> >*Milhful sim-t, 

Vtclonid. RC. 

.Athf^ists 

It lx Iv'ped Ihai any who read 
IhiX letlor will remt-mber (hat m a 
ronirmersy b»'|we<‘n a roliimni^i 
and a rom‘«»pondont the fonr.er 


Hev. Wiliium MilU hnx ram- 
mrnird on my uw* of Ur* wvwd 
"ashMindinc ■' m rnirnmion wiih 
hix rnlirism of allw'ivix 
No word shnrka* rrasonahlr 
Iirnple anil f doubt if any worl 
unit , pr»h.t|»s. when ronslanilv 


Meeting Paves Way 

For Aspliall Croup 

A group nf pnginrerx. rnn Mr. Cunliffe is o-sisiant *ur- 
trartorn and nrofjui'ers ol hiiu i 

minoua mnteViaU f,.^ three P*-^ 

we^iern provinrex mei in ihe department of highway* 

Kmpre*ts Ifoiei yesienl.iv i«) the ffurfaring en 

form the Canadian Teihmral gineer. wax elected president at 
As^alt A<..»iailon, the lormaimn sv^sion yeater- 

The a>»>»nr)ntj.,n. fj|s.t of Its day 

kind in Can., da whbh will hind s.x directors name<l are Peter, 
ail phases of the asphalt im|..- Mu-t-d;..,n, asphalt en.-meer. 
tiy from resi.an h and mining Imfierial Oil Co. Vancouver 

SVimam Wmnlioy matenal.and 
cnnHtruciion. wl he patierned reseanh engineer, province of 
after hut not aff.liated wuh a .^askai. hewan; Rnhert Rinnie 
in the .,t...f em-inee,-. (leneral Con- 
Crufed .Motes Vancouve,;, 

rurpnse of Ihe v..,ieiv, j,% ^^,„m is Chilioi h.i.i DoubI^s' 
Xt.ed in Ihe cons. ii„f,„„ s^hi.h M-o;,--. V„m. n..»er r.iv engmer 
will tw voli-d on at jotla) s se., Joseph M.ller 

ai'.n^ will he to diM.Hs le.hru.al asphalt ales manager. Husky 
pioblemx. information and o,i Co. CmgHry. • 

o'her mniiers relaiing to 

affei ling Ihe u-a> of blluminnuM — — — - — - — _ _ 

pi-i...-- 

“We vsili Bivn act ac a , . * YAllDnilin^V * 

Jng Motoo for Jnrnrmaiion from I ■ VUK UIIUIhavi i 

and uses of ihk imiNtriNiil pttHi \ f^llJVMADHC I 

IK'I.” said S. J Cunliffe. n«-sC. A If In uUWR^R9 T 
p.ei led secreiary ire.i«urer of I lOVTOfiDOtSt f 

the organi/ailon. * 

ina aitd • C.r- I 

ft Is imporlant f-i kei‘|» llie A >»i*"ici-a t«i i,.-h af«i ..m*b •, ^ 

knowleflgp of Ihe latest develop I i 

menis In hitiimirums pitMliri ' ..*1 */»«»»♦*»»» p»». 1 

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highway* and building pro I Tm an 04 »r ptn- W<ir«fk« f M 

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repealed with the Intention of 
hypfXMuiniy. can render a person 
unonai’tiiu* 

.S>non>ms of astound are sur- 
pnte and ama/e. and there are 
■evrral other* .Surpriw'd I cer 
lainly am at the rolumniil * re- 
mark* rr-ganiing the patien>-e 
sfeiwn wdh atheist* hy the ediioral 
*inff of Ihe Colonist and by hi* 
huggesiM addition to thv litany. 

Thinst* are given ample scope 
in the pulpit, press ami on the 
radio 'to wave the flag ' while it 
is VI* difftrull for alb«dsi« 


view , YMiseipirniiy ii i* not un'l’ ' 
xtoral ami ihr'refoie is fforeil, 

Tlw* atm of lh<‘ happy allwist* ix 
lh:d of the Humani.sta wiheh m; 
l%:i was pul as follows' “Happi- 
Of— IS our aim mrt onlv for our-) 
selves, mil fiir nil mankind fhio 
weifnie of our fellows js our ro.t* 
cem Me know no cosmir love— 
but we have experienced humin. 
love and we w>ek lo expand .*f-^ 
fei'iinn. frllow'-bip and appn*e,a-| 
lion to the widest circles " 

MARION N. SHLRMAN. 
2901 Reaview road. 

Vietorut, B.C 

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.Mulora Co.. U valued at alxmt $I33.<H>0. 


British Military Command 
Reshaped Along I .S. Lines 


I LONDON «LT‘ Prime Mm- 
l*ter Sir Anthony Eden Tue* 
day announi'ed renganizailon of 
the British military command 
along American lines 
The new setup creates a 
chairman of the Joint chiefs of 
Kiaff. B9 under the U.S. military 
system. I 


Eden said the Queen had ills poxition apparently would 
apprtived the appointment of be equivalent to that held by 
the Reval Air Kune chief. Air Adm Arthur W Radford chair* 
Marshal Sir William Dlckaon. man of the I'-S. Joint chiefs 
to he first chairman. „ of staff. 


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Th» hun*r«i m^n ifc 2\ 

tncHmm hricUf. .‘l^m *nrt of 
rtHrk compUvu n pnlir** 


TliP gunman w ho rohbM In poijrr Ihe 0 'a*-h Unr? 

Ai'i'«pian> (* I'orpora rnhb«*r) \^ax raicfuMy pUnnfil 
Hntt h»*if» 10 mniiih^ ago -(.i-M”, Ihf trade term 

ma> )h ihe Mm* man who has poes. 'Ilic b.indu got 
\Knmu«1 'hi*^ Vj<iona <••>0 

ters Iti Ih** extent of SI UK) 
during the jfau't iW4> week.s fc' 

l^xi m*. 1% a Umping bandit J|,| 1 ,ii, ' I* CTS 

*.4'<MHi*Nt SJJS *Mit of the fa*h |%l I f' ‘ f B 

drawer of ihe In«<ueiiia! Ar.-ep- »»uJ, 't 

tam-e offue Wt» H'f>rt utvl f^T* ’ ! ■ ' •• ) I 

• JIJMl ihr*‘Uph t’hn*lmas ahop- ii ! ' - ! I 


Canadian iiniventitii^ s\i]l he unable to co|)r with a 
tremenrluus enroUinent increase if a far-sighted expansinn 
in facilities U not undertaken within the next five years, 
the nevvIy-appoinlfHl viee- 

prlncipai of McOlM univer- to get the huihlinga, let alone 
sity said last night. xafr. he aaid 

Speaking at the annual dinner ‘The problem=: fBC 'Im-ltnl 
of U\e Victorian MrtJUl Alumni in Virioria (.‘olle . > must face 


STYROTILE 


VANCOUVER (UP) — Speculation continues at a 
high pitch her^s to who will succt'ed Walter H. Mulligan 


Mirn aix Natua*— 
for rwa toot*. «t(*rU 

lircim* •»•* ***0 

i«Arn th« fXKt* ib«wt ' 

f ikOtc W«i< m* Arlnii s> t 
■throem hinC»o'T‘»'» up-lo 


as chief of Canada's third 
largest police force. 


when Magiitraie Oscar Orr, 


Sin.OOO a year P.HII at a meeting, oaa or - ne 

of the Vancouver polliT commU- grava of hia son rhe tlunl JAt h .NOKMAN U 
aion Monday night He asked member of Ihe commi>Mon \s Soughi hy polite in a 
Ihe commission to dismisa him Judge R*y .Sargent. wUh dieap|>earance of 

and .saul he was no longer of Moweser. (he UkelieM tandi Kehmria tiiy funds i« ^ 
any u»e as a poli'f officer xin»c dale for the post is now Ai ling man O'Neill. 2?T A Ji 
his re|iutaiion had been dam Police Chief Alan Uosaiter Ros rountani tor the cil> 
aged hry<.nd repair al royal «|(er has filled MulHgan's shfrcs Kelowna in a • halter 
rftmmUsinn iinexiigallons into xinte Mulligan went on P'*i'l last week. <CP Phuio 
aliegeii graft and lorruptlmi In lease of absmre when ihe pi.Uw* _ 
the police department. opimed m June 

Th* police rommlaalim offl Meanwhile, fii ^ 

has Idea w ho tiire plaa* remalneit a F 

Mulligan's aurreasor will He. l.awyer John tionid. I 

hut a meaUag is scheduled has been representing ' K i 

this week to consiiler the Mulligan at Ihr royal lumniis- M 
qiiestiua. ! sion haannga, said he dM not B 

Mayor Fred Hume, chairman ||„o« MuUigsn s plans. ^ 

of the police commlaaion. said 

Tuesday he hope# a 'ucrew mommendmg 

can be picked before .Nov. U. ^e and his wile take a little 


.son. who la also dean of the xaid. The |»oei war population l“|'^ 
ax'hool of graduate studies an<t influx into this provin<-e. In ad Hie s; 
profesMu of bita hemtstry. said diilon to llie naiional ri.se in in 

that the pioblem fa<ed al the births, adds up to an anuaily teKtantai 

Munlieai school was no difler .mTeasing enrolltneni heada«he Ice -‘.vj 
ent than at any Canadian uni l 

public and giixernment real ''"t'lng ll 
‘T'here was a tremendous is«id that tbeM* babies are not 

Jump In the Canadian birih rale kbita on a sUiisth ian's i hart Ostt 

around 1M2.*' he said, "'fhese hut are real rhlidrrn getting 

thildren will be ready to enter r««dy to Inxade the schiMils." 
un.v»r,lty in I960 Mnr. Ih,', 90 M.-Olll aind ^^1 

"But even today we are shoil uate.s. mostly doc tors, and tlioir 
of facilities at many si'houls. If wives attended the annual gath 


VICTORIA ROOFING 
t INSULATION CO. 


tads ptorc that so ordinary lava- 
list pves surn complate tphyi «} Milt of 
Mainata ' M>lk of Magntsia doe} 'no*c tor 
you becauie it s more Pian a iatalivt . . . 
iti la antacnl . too. hot only itLavnconsli* 
pahon but lb« Irrcturnlly acrompanuni 
aod isdn wti*Hi ai well Yet Ph.iiipt Miix 
ol Mainrsij it th« bnt laiattve antacid 
monay can buy 

*M ta« • II M Sti • Mac iv< 


Illegal 
Bingo 
Targe I 


CLIFFOItn AYLfv 
\Vanie*l in c*)nnr*’tinn witl» re- 
cent sn '■'<Ki pax roll holdu{i and 
ing near s-ini John. N H . i* 
tiifford Axles. J.’*. of Aihol\iMe 


VANCOUVER 'BIT 


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council Tuesday voted to call on gan's dlsmlsaal would not affect Warrant hjs been i- --- ed 

the Vancouver police l» rbimp the investigation. for hi* srre«-i AM-ither man was 



TREf CRtSR Apple IfoM 


TRff CPISR App/e P.t 


wounded >l H Phuin 


The mmnilaaloner expressed 
hi)(>e that .Mulligan would ap 
l»ear at any further hearings 
ami "assist the tmnmissiiyfi hy 
providing all the fa«ia In his 
knowledge." Tiipper added 
lhal a siinmMHis w«Hild be Is- 
sued for Mulligan's atten- 
dance if he refuned to come 
of his own accord. 

Tupper is In Banff going n\er 
transcripts of Ihe hearings 
evidenre. He U due to rettim to awakening? 

Vamsyuver Thursday. In November Reader’a Oi- 

The chief, on leave rvf absence geet. an expert telU you aliout 
at full .salary of S10.236 a year the phyaicaJ and emoLiorud up- 
since June 24, asked to be firedt hoavala of "frowing up” . . . 
so^he rould collect an esilmaied how you can help your chil- 
Si.>A-monlh pension. dren through these difficult 

Had he resigned, only the November 

Kead.'f'a Digeet today: 32 art^ 
■rhe dl,m,.s,l of .oU-m.t, con- 

l> f fleellve Oet. 31. den,..! U, m,ye your Ume. 


latielling enlivrtemenl of the law 
with regard to bingo as "nniori- 
ously sUck" and vote*! to send 
copies of the re.sniutlon to the 
Vancouver police c*»mmlgi»ion 
and provincial Altornej General 
Robert W Bonner. 

Aid T. F ‘BlJli Orr, sponsor 
of the motion, emphasized that 
he does not want to see bingo 
banned altogether. Orr aaid in 
an Interview. "Don’t get the idea 
that I'm agaln.st bingo. . . . It'd 
he like banning whisky or 
dancing and nobody wants that." 

Orr said, however, that he 
feel.s hingo operatloas* here are 
reaching the point where they amount he paid Into the aui>er- 
may hejome as hig a racket as annuatlon plan would have heen 
drugs or gamhling if they aren’t returne*! to him 
stepped on n*»w. 

He added that present bingo 
operators In Vancouver are com- 
pelled hy law to audit accounts 
and "at least half a dozen" of 
them don't. 


Make worn shoes 
like new n*in! 

CAT -TEX It cofflfodabty 
kfhi. Riiible. fvatarproot. 
aon-iMilung. Outwaari 
0*difiar> seiit bjr far I 

Another famous 
Cat's Paw product! 

"Vkoild's 6n«sl quality" 
... bad buy in soiu kg 
alt Hit Umily'i shoev 


Amazing Cream Makes 


Poli-Urip fvcx auih ll•hl-Allin(. wcura 
•o*nfon. jrou'U fe*tet ymi'f* •farmi 
plaiM And Poli-<>np pvca you all tlua 


I. Poll-Grip fornu a creamy ouhioa, 
ciimuuiing fncticm on tore gums. 

1. Holda even «hallo« lo»rr plaica. 

3 Scaii ediea, to food can't gpl under. 

4 tell you eat anyUiini 

f. Keep* pliiM light while lauaHioa. 

tinsme. even Meezina 
A Made and fuaranieed by Pntidet, 

Double your money heck if wonderful 
Pnli-tinp dnees i give you mnee com- 
fon. more lecuniy than you evrr had 
befoic! & u 


scientific 

wonder 


at all Tina shoe repaireri 


LOOK FOR THE “TREE CRISP" LABEL WHEN YOU BUY APPLES! 


This npw TREE CRISP iatw'l will only apprar on speciaRy gradod 

Okanagan McIntosh . . . apples that arc rushed from the orchard to ^ 

the packing house — quickly and carefully packed — and rushpd to 

your favorite store by overnight truck. Ihis special qualilyTontrol and fast handling 

from the moment Ihe apples arc picked, means apples with a 'fresh-off the tree* 

flavor you've never lasted before. (Unless you’ve eaten Okarragan McIntosh right 

off the tree.) 

This superlative extra tree-crispness is only possible durirxg harvest time, so you If 
only see this "Tree Crisp** label during the fall But while it s on the market it will 
mean the finest quality, the finest flavor you can buy. 


fiaw at a new low price 

HEINZ 

TOMATO KETCHUP 

a better buy than e\i^r 


Gef TREE CRISP Okanagan McIntosh now , , , and let the 
whole family in on a new taste treat! 


• Saa-ripaMd "Arittacrot" tfataisl 
Rich, plump b«outl«« giv« H«ini Ketchup 
iH incomporobU r«d-rip« colour ond 
hvo-fomofo ftovour. 

• Tastf-taaptiai 

Holm Kotchup fivot mw ting ond sotl 
to oil foodt from hoih fo homhurgorx, 
tfook to atow. 

• WarM't Mtfl pafalar kotclMigl 

Holm combloot tho Nmil ifxgrodionH 
in • locrot formulo to bring you _ 
tho world't loading kotchup. e 

AVARAMJ IN TWO HZBr 


Roll ew* tMvcu'l dough Hi VS mch 
th«k6W«« 'jpr90d lov«* et d*f«d 
apO**« xCKmiil« «<rh brown t>gor ond 
Cinnamon Roll lAo r«Uy *oH, Ctif mto 
I ■inch ilcox. ond ptoc« cu* xute 
doom pood t'lod p'ooxod boKtog 
pon 

MoXf 0 MhJC* bv misino logotKoV 3 

Cuot bmwn K*0O*. 2 leb'eUMOnt tlQU*. 
) lobimooon but*** ond 7 cuO» bn4«ng 

irol*r Sr>* until tuQor II dii»e>v**1 ond 
lowc* n im oo*H Row* ov*» tH* p"' 
•>*»*•> U«*i «*vd b«l>* m modwolt'y 
hot orwt t3?5 r ' tot Obotd 2S m«xe*t 


Pottry tar 9-tncK 

7 Cup« fh|nfy»liC*d a C 

t cxc tugot I isbtatpoon bu**** 

Propeto poxiry. quer***. co** 

pO«l orut SliC* OPpl*X *H«n m«Otu'* 
Arrorg* opploo m tay*»n m pot**V 
liTWd d*«D P->neK pi« plot* Sprmfci* 
* 0 «b ioy*r w«th ugor Do* *op toy** 
wttb wnall p>«c*t o4 but*** Cm>*< •■ **' 
tno e*M*t Plot* p** on io»*tf toefc >n 
9w*n pr*Hoo»od M 4S0 d*g'**X f '.v*ry 
fgt 9«*n< Pel'* ta» 10 m>no*4l th«r 

r*duc* o<*«*v trmp«*otvr** to 3S0 dr 
a***« f 'r*xod**e** ov*n) pnd boi* ta« 
30 to 3) mmut*« tanp** D*l<C«ut 
rtfvod worm or co>d 


TREE CRISP OUnogon McIntosh com* m this 
4 Ib. Poly bog... prepackaged tn the Okarxagan 
lor your prolerlion and sahsfacitoo. This 
Kandv'Stied bag holds jusi Ihe righl amourit 
to use up quickly wAiile (he apples art al their 
very best — ronvootenl ar»d easy to ptek up 
when you're shopping 

Uok H* «H* b*« wOi »«M nifl CRISP iwt owd 
rH* »or»*o bood! 


AAoK* W*vO or wo*«*. augor. virwger, 
eOtOr-ng o*vd N><* l>m**t«r J m>nt.rt»t. 

Add p** *d ccKod ond hel«od opo>et. 

CooX B«r9nv until bO**'i t*nd*r turn- 
ing oTNd boi'-ng during <oo4w«g 

Romo** tiwn irtup ond «*nr« ho* or 
cold Appi*t wti: b«c«m« nffi w tii 
dorXor ChiUod. S**v«» A. 


fi oz. AN# II eg. 





ImFUVOUR«mZ£ST! 


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OXYGEN ACTION I 


Death Recalls Pioneer Hotel 


fiatlt) dolonist Victwia. I.C.. W«^, Oct 26. IftSS 


The Old 'AngeT Was Strictly Dry House 


The Angel ttotol In I^nglny street- the orisinal 
sei'tion Is nn the right; the brick wing at th<* left 
was added in the IKHO's and torn down to make 
way for the new Kedeml Building in 1949. 


Didn't Serve Minor 


Tavern Waiter 
Wins Dismissal 


On the evnlenre of Iwo wit- 
ne«Ke« who «uppnrle<l hU dmial 
that he vrved l>eer lo a minor 
In the ('htirrhill hold tavern on 
Sept 16. Roneitl Pollard, par! 
time waller. w'>n dismtscal m a 
foufi ra^e yexierday 
h> wa^ thdrged with aervlng 
« pepnin Bpparrnity under l!l. 

P«ll<'e had found Aeseral 
gU««ec of heer In front of a 
aaiior. •apparenhy « minor.’ 
and. ai it proxed- 19 years of 
•R^ 

Polirt charged that Pollard. 


whoiwac In charge of the fable 
where ihe minor was seated, 
verved him beer. 

But Poilanl ex|>lained the 
table was in a fringe area 
wheie other waiters miRlit ha\e 
delivered beer. He denied serv- 
ing ihe minor, and the minor 
denied it. loo 

A third witness, sitting at the 
same table, declared Pollard 
wa« not the waiter who brought 
the drinks. 

That was enough to cnnxtriie 
Magistraie Henry Hall. 


Pact with City 
Left to Leaders 


A decision on whether or not 
to ■^■ek a new working agrt'e 
inent with the city next spring 
ha« heeti U'fr to me new e.\ei u 
live of Kie rny H4ll^!mplo>e4* 
Assoi lation. repreaenlmg CMy 
Hall Inside worker.s. 

The new' executive, elected at 
the a*-so«-iailnn'a annual meeting 
Monday nigln. will meet soon 
lo make the ttecisjon. Tha city 
must he advised of the as.socia 
tlon'« Intentiitn In reopen the 
contract by De<-. .11. 


J.4ist >e:4f the a^'Oe: :‘ion did 
not M*eK, uhanges in the aKr**c 
rneiil. . 

The .ivsii-iation ele«ic<l Hasid 
FI. .‘sinliii Ms It; w pic.siticni and 
Tom Sniun as vin- presiileni 
Bard W|ieat<rofl 's linrncdi.iic 
paat-piextdeni. and these three 
;il^n form the hat gaining com 
miitee. 

Other e.xcuUve memtHTs 
chosen were Harry Robinaon. 
Frank Rohinaon. Ray Byers, 
Mason Sheldrlek. B Wckens. K 
KMchen and W. Craven. 


B.C. Polio Incidence 
Constant This Year 


BY 4AMt>s K. NKMBITT 

The death In .San Fianclsco 
ihla week of Mi» .Mary Jane 
tirant rrralb one of Virtnrla'i 
pioneer farnll;. hotel" the An 
gel kept by her |>arenis, Mr 
and Mri. Kreilern k Came 

'I'ne Angel Hotel war» tom 
down only a few years ago to 
make way tor tha new post 
office 

Mrs, Crant was married In 

as noie^J in the ColonUM- “A 
double cerrmnny - the Angel 
Hotel f»n Ijingley aireet, the 
home of .Ml and Mr*: Kft’rJern'k 
t'ame .Si . was last evening the 
••cene of « double ceremony <d 
great interest to those honored 
w'jih Invitations and to many 
friemU throughout the pros 
Ince 

"I’eremnny the first was the 
marriage of Miss Mary Jane 
Camp to .Mr J. A. Grant of the 
Rrun«wfck Hotel, The bride 
wore a handsome iraveUIng ault 
of grey and was attended hy 
Mi.\s Alice Oosnell. while Mr 
Fred Grant, brother of the 
groom, acted as heat man. 

< iikistcjsim;. too 

"Rev. Coverdale \VaUs<»n offi- 
ciated. Mr. and Mm Grant are 
now enjoying their honeymoon 
• '.er the Sound. 

' Afti‘r the wedding, the llitle 
nephew and niece of the bnde 
were chnaicmsl " 

The Angel was a temperance 
hotel. Mrs Came would never 
l*ermii a bar aa long as ahe 
■'moihered” the Angel's guc.si.s 
li Was rjuiei; from Us upi>er 
rtvOTLs there was a view nf ihe 
harbor, and its dining rivim wa.s 
noted for Us home cuoked mea!-, 
a spe« laliy ht'ing coined beef 
and cabbage. 

In is7fi Mr (’arnc who hfJ 
been to the Cariboo io«>k over 
this hole), as noted m Ihe Cot- 
oni>>: "Angel Hotel this well- 
known hotel hat > Iianged hands. 
Mr. Charles Morton, the late 
proprietor, having aold out to 
Mr. Fred Came a gentleman 


Churchill Emptied The 
Bank of England Vaults 

. . and sent all Brilam'a gold 
and tn*a.surv acruaa the war-tom 
Allanlic to Canada The wwalth 
of Bntain wa.s areretfy huidtn 
hfre wl*n Churchill expectMl 
inva.sion. 

In Novemlier Reader's Digeat 
IS Ihia fantAatic but trvje aiory 
how tbe greatest treaiaurp ever 
to cross an or«an waj amuggled 
lo Canada, larvled at HaTifni. 
and hidden in buildings in 
Montreal and Ottawa for five 
long yenra. Hare la one of tire 
moat ununial stonea you'll ever 
read vour November 

fieadrj'a Uigrst lodav 


who la well known both here 
and on the Mainland ' 

^Ir. Carna adverUsed: “An- 
gel Hotel— having pnrrhaaed 
thla buainrM. 1 respectfully 
ikohrit from the travelling pub- 
lic a conUfluanee of Ihe liberal 
palmnage that tia-s l»een given 
my presteoeasor. In future the 
buslnewa will be carried on 

m: . tl;.- -I 

my lie niy- 
aeir, and we shall spare no 
pains to make it one of Ihe 
cleanest, must respectable and 
best (vindiirled in the prov- 
ince." 

Here are the Angel’s rates 
under the Came regime- "Board 
and I'ldging per week. $•>: board 
per week te, board and lodging 
per day. $1. atngle meals, 37‘a 
tenl.s; bed*, 50 rents.’' 

Mr. Carne died here In IfkH 


and Mrs. Came, seven months 
pa.st her 100th birthday, in 1931. 

The ^st surviving member of 
her generation of this well 
known and highly respected old 
family. Mr.s. Amelia Whittier, 
Mster of Mrs. Grant, lives In 
Victoria, where for years she 
w'B.s secretary treasurer of the 
Aged Women's Home, which 
her mother helped found 


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demonstrator 195.5 .Mercury 
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VICEROY'S 

rvew Miracle Filler 

drews amoothly, eoiiiy... 

but leovei the Ml, rich tobacco toito. 

0'<£SAeU at ti 


Off thw 
ReKtibir 
List Prlre 


Tile increase In ihe number 
nf [tnlln patients admitted in 
R"\nl Jubilee Hnspnal l.\;- 
ycar compared with Usi. u st 
small .«« to he* cif no sign<fi 
tam-e at all," f)r i I., Murray 
Andci n.n said ycsicr<la.\ 

I>r Andrrvm. rnedlc.ii Miper 
Iniendcnf of ihe hospital, said 
the .11 case* admitted ihl.s vesr 
were ■’very «*atlere;t” «The 
hospital i 5 treatment ceniie ;or 
the whole Island ' 

Cp to «hLs time la** year. '.’.5 
fate* h.sd been admitted 

Two .'vianlrh patlerrts a th- 
year-nld hoy and a woman, were 
admitted Safuidav 

rrovdnrtal authorities *ay the 
B t' toial |« the «jvme a« last 


Helsinki Trip 
Topic of Talk 

Kxperience* on a trip to 
Hebinki, where (>he aitenderi 
Ihe World I'eace Congres*. vveie 
detailed b\ Mrs Miklied Mac- 
l,eod ol Nanaimo m an address 
to Vii'toria-Oak Bay i.'l'F Avhi> 
Nb'ieUv. 

Nomlnationa were anepied 
for new oflurr* who will he 
ele«-ted at a meeimg .Nov. 'J1 

On iVnv. 1 the assoriarinp will 
hear an address from t'olin 
('amerrvn. MP for Nanaimo, who 
will diaruss the Dominion pro 
vinrial conference. 


Manv astronomers are con- 
Vlnr^ the dark areas on Mar< 
repppvrnt vecetation; unlike 
rivers, they rurmeiimea Inter 
aeit. 


Tu Oct. Jl». 195.5, tin* total wsn 
I 7K exactly Ihe aame as M w-aa 
to Or» 24. 19M But hv Oct i 
.'10 la.si year the inia. had 
reached 187. 

Hui I9M was contiideretl a 
light vear Polio totals were 
very much lower titan mt 
when about Too i»ersun.i con 
traded the di'-ease 


Nerve 

Weakness 

How common is it 
among men end womon 
over a certain oge? 

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8 fiailtf (dalotitflt vict«ru. b.c^ ww.. Oet ». ms 


Ahbnizzi Topples Bi<i Four Records 


Canucks Slop Warriors, 4-2, 
To Gain Tie With Cougars; 
Fivers Lose Lead to Resals 


C OIAUK)!) t IIALLKNOKM AfiAIN. The Vlrtori* t;olf A^ 
*orjainn ha» rtrridrd to give the Royal Colwoort eluh a second 
chance of laking on the real of the Victoria golf opposition In a 
challenge malrh 

The first challenge held on March 20 at the Royal ColM’ood 
rluh MSA an exdtlng aix%nnan a side foursome and singles contest 
that hung in the hatanre until the final putt v^as sunk 

The Resii. thanks largely to tJeorge Bigelow and Johnnie 
Merriman. who each won their tw atches mana ed to revail 


tended hi;-, skein lo B 15 of the 
second period when r>on Poilevi<s’/. 
i»'si-'*re<l However tie fell con- 
'• siderahly short of Jerry I’ot !»i< 

♦ itoir'a rword of tkit minutes t| Th ra 


VKToeiA 
N W(<;cnir 


The finish wax so close and the game so interesting that I 
auggestefl veveial weeks ago that a retuin match this fall would 
he ai'iepiahlr The AsXfN'iaiion thinkx that way too. and 1 undei 
K*and they are askinu the Victoria Club to host the match jn a 
fsovernher sCundav probably the 20ih 

This time the tCAma ate to be in> ie«setl In eight men aside, 
a'ld 1 rather hope that on each side two places will be found lor 
1iimi.iv or at least younger fcl!:c.‘.s who are beginning to break 
ihiough. 


Edmonivo 

aiA»'» 

W'inii'P** 


t>.hpnf ■ T 1 

WINNir*!. t. V 4 M Ot Vta 4 
eir.i p*ri»a 1 V*nr<.u.f; ( 


Ambling alone to a Big Four Football 
lomhdown rcronl is Monirpal'k Pal 
Abhnizzi. who has plenty of running 
room as he fU'ores Aloiiettes' sevonlh 
toiirhrfown and his fourth .of Ihe day 
during AIs' 4’’.-12 rout of Toronto 
Argonauts a t Toronto ,'saluVday. 
Argos’ .John Sopinka, hurdling Mont- 
real end Hal Patterson, was loo late 


to slop Abnizzi as he reHchiKl new 
league high of 17 touchdowns for .M*a- 
son. Fipialling a league mark with his 
four ma.»or scores in one game, the 
hard-diising halfback became first 
player lo rush more than KX> yards in 
six games in one season and raised 
his season's rushing total to new' record 
of 1,057 yards. 


.\ONK SIM R KI-FSIlNTf. It is rather alarming that Vicinna 
has nut pruduerd a realty mp eUas golfing youngster since Bobby 
Fleming ca*ne in the fore %even or eight yean ago 

Here of all plares In Canada, with its round ihe-calendar play- 
ing «ea«on, fop rate courses, and plenty of competitive opportun- 
Pj the flow of good young golfers should be regular and im- 
pie«vive .Somehow or other that i« not happening, and It la dif-. 
ficulf lo ptif a finger on the rea.son why. 

Maybe there ate too many sporting rounter-attractiona. 

However there ire one or two youngsters showing grea» 
keenncsA «n.| to he placed on a tram of this sort would I think 
be a ffemenrioiii lerentive to them and would give them a team 
spirit incentive w hU h is lacking In straight Individual tournament 
P'ay 

Voimcsiers | have been watchirig with inierem recently are 
Mike K'db rVmc Munro Ken Hrou»seau and Cliff Horwood Thev 
h-T r ill rcdiiceii their handicaps and .shown promise during the 
summer mon»hv. 


iamera Records Raeing Rarilv 


Rcjj;i;_ , aul prising Regals 
vaulted into the eastern diu 

...i, ■« i-.p tiriJh as tf V .liiwned 

Kdmonion Flyers. 5 3. at Regina 
to move one puinl in front of 
!Ki seasons WHL champioi'*- 
Vancouver got a s(>aiKUnK 
goal-lending p4*i forniani’e fiom 
rookie Rav MikuUn while (ash- 
ii>>i,ag a 30 lead mi'ivvav in the 
"">nd peru.'l but the Canucks 
had iMeir han.U full the re.st of 
i;..= wav as i)ie las« place U ai 
riots pulled out all Ihe »t<>p:. in 
an alieixipt Vo salvage at Jea.st 
a tie. 

A pe;;^l'y t«'» defenceman 


NHL gofll midway through the place six p'iints h«i k of ihe 
i’ T 'or.ind frame Thai proved C-inyen.s. fViroit and the Rang- 

» I *» Vi • Hawk*, and vei. rrs meei at New York m the 

« j :i « I eran .lohnny Wilson added “.n other game. 

I 1 I'j IV » e marker late m the MMwvat 

fl-iii jiesonn. ejr 

*. S"»- _ . . , . f*t-» 

Two important p:imes feature f^- 

• _i;-..-,T**i »> tonight . NHL aciinn. Montreal 
fanadiens. who hold a thiee. 
rpriving Blsck point lead, ho«i Toronto Maple 


t.ORt.K > AI.K IV ARREARS. Rinc^ a Cup was put up some 
four or fi‘ vc^ ^ ago for annual competition heiween riorge 
\'.iie . :,d Rovai Colwood. the body from the Vale have taken a 
firm giip on the trophy and have refused to lei It go 

Th‘ ve.ir It lo-.ks as tf « nlwnnd was g-.mg to end the Vale’s 
reign On Stindav at Colwood rinrge Vale fe|| heavily into ar- 
rears 27 po rt* in S and u will requite a <-ompleie leversal nf 
form .41 'he Cor.fe >sund-!v !f the pr.-.!Jioo is going to he reveispit 
In the leading match Vic Painter and Bill McCnIl beat Bob 


P*n«t 


>• T<>rK 


as writ M. I .-.11 was round m 70 and beat F'nming 3 and 2 

In a fnendly mat.:; played I.Her in the day Fleming did 
he"cr and shot a one under-par fiO The former RC. champion 
told me later that he felt more confident of hi* game now than 
pe ha* done veasnn which ha* twen his worst since coming 
In the fore seven years ago. 


riot the rhanc'e tor Iheir fast 
goal. whKh came Irom the stick 
of Hugh BaiU'W wiih .%even 
minutes left m the middle ie& 


Speaking Briefly 


VS'inntpcfi chitted the gap tn 
3 2 after eight minutes iif Ihe 
Third peri'Kl when Brian Cullen 
rammed home Bartow s pass. 
The Uarnon threatened Hie 
rest of Ihe way. finally pulling 
c -.ilie Kd Chadwick f"r ■ -'Xih 
attacker with two minutes rc 


Aifiia C'alionfe track in Mexico Is the srene of this 
racinsr rarity a triple dead heal. The photo-finish 
camera risords the second winning triple rt«'ad hpat 
in North America a.x Slormsomo (No. 1 on rail), 
Chance Spr^ed (No. ft in middle) and Fieaufair 
(No. 4) hit the wire on even terms in eighth ra«'e. 

Road Races Fri<lay 


BiriKI.OWS nr.’ST VK.\R. Quite the reverse Is Ihe position 
of Ceorge Bigelow, The Victoria chih doctor has been in top-class 
arpaiouf golf since his university dav* about 25 years ago, but 
a* he savs himself he has never played as well and mnsistenlly 
as he h.is done In in.')5 

At the moment Oorge Is the "hig shot’* of the huMons mm 
hlnaiiop and I say Ihia In no spim of dl»para;^mienl to Hugh 
Morriion 

However. It I* fleorpe who has been giving the inspiration 
to the icam, nnd never more than on Sunday when the pair were 
llm-p down and four to go against Bill Court and George 
An«li. .. 

Tliiee consecutive hirdies by Bigelow' saved the day, and 
fiirfs'd a replay which will enable the holders to stretch their 
string of defences lo eigh* 

The game will he replayed at Cotwood on Sunday and it 
shr>utr| be well worth watching. 


agreement this in. precelenierl In L- rmllege f«M»i 

ROl.I.INS STARRY hall, five Baylor l'niver-»lty f'*ot- 

Rolhn* whodidnl get a shut- PhIi plavers have been 
out all last s4-ason. turned back ponded from the quad after it 
.33 shots. 14 in Ihe se.-ond frame was tepmied they had been 
and II in ihe third when the seen in a night club ^ - than li Joe K 
Bruins pressed deierminedlv in hour* befoie Btivlor played manager 
an effort to salvage at least Texas A * M last .-«tuiday 
one point. Havinr mach Geoige S.iuer 

Rookie Hank Oesla. up from reieived an anonymous tele 
St Catherine* Teepees of the p^nne rail last -Raturday that 
Onurio Horkey A«*orlalion K.;inie nf hi* plavers had been 
.t'lnlnr “A" group, fired his first ^oen In a night chib early that 


pete >io\F. H.A< KFIKKS 

The mme backiired when 
Phil Maloney broke away tor a 
ih: vin shot at the empty nei 
with 3n sectinds left for his sees 
ond goal of the game. Ray Cyr 
and Freddie Blown were Hu 
other Caniirk H* 

Ree^-- whom many WHL of 
fii'lals feared would be one of 
Ihe l«»op's Weakest * I.;;*." turned 
in another brilliant checking 
/iKplay and were again bai'ked 
b% a brilliant Lucien Derhene 
s- they handed Flyers 
third straight setback 
, Doi'hcne. who pi. , 

' ;-:.»nd su'TosMve *ihuiotit while *dey :l 

’ blanking the Fiver 
monion Mond.iy -sme up with Same 
’ j~ •.lops in i)ie Regina nets 

” while h;s Kdmoninn rival. Giles rmems rivalry sevtm years ag< 
Boisvert 
drive* 


TOl (<H JOR; Jite I.. Rrnwn, 
■n '>f famed movie ■ "median 
Rrnwn, 5«- .ime general 
■>f Ihe frennant hungry 
Pittshiirgh Ideates T-. "lay 
with a promise it» get Hie team 
'‘K;i<'k in the race and into the 
world senes" He MjiTee«ls 
Branch Rickey, who retired re- 
cently after a five year stmt as 
morning Four of the piavcfs genera! manager . , Ren < ai 
weie barred Imm plaving In the prnler of hewan cor 

Souihr.i*! rnnfereni e .and the tmiies to lead the WIFC rorin, 
fifth had his athletic scholar race wnh R3 pnir.:-- for an e!r;-.i 
.ship ran'-elled. point lead ovet Ruddy I>‘ake o 

xusponded were first wtrlng Winnipeg RItie Riimi>ers . . 
lineman .?tm Tavlor. pugan t^ffnslve end Ken Stanley, wh^ 
IVa.-re and Dan Miller, quarter suffering torn knee lig.i 
hat k .limmv Davenport and nvenfs, may t»e lost to iiamilfoi 
halfha— Paul Caver. Miller Tiger Cata for the rest of ihi 
who WB« ill during the last half '•e.istin 
of .Saturdays game in which j 

Baylor wi. upset by Texas i 

A tfr M 19 7. has already left 

To make things wor‘-e Baylor t 
wft- also reprimanded b\ the v 

.National Cnllegiaie Athletic J 

A-«nrial|nn Tuesday for pro- ^ r- ' 

viHing pr'’sj»ective athletes # ' i* ' f ^‘2 

iransportaiion to Ms campu*. ' V 


Rv .Ini TA3T.OR runners will face a stern lAf 

Victoria High S« hnol Totems Friday afternoon when they 
their S'*’ " basketball season •‘rimfteie against one of ih« 
under way ai -R J. Wjlhs Junun largest fields in remnl year* 
ed up hU '•-•hnol Friday night when 'n the annual Canadian Legion. 

la«h with Vic filgh iJradx Hnlannia Branch, Vancouver 
to. at FH- 'f' their ira«litlonaI tipening Inland championship mad races, 

Vit High wdl have u runners 
.•slnte the Stan of Ihe tir-uK en'eretl in the races for three 

trophies an<t will he rompeling 
was turning aside l« Porky Andrews’ charges have against athletes from HMCR 
t*een able lo he*t the Cirads on Venture in whom they dropped 

t>erhenr who had a shuiont only one •*. i-ion in 1932 when ^ dcusion in a re<-enl two and 

siie.ik fif 127 minutes and 2k tbpv managetl a 4'.t32 derision one mile rare Vii'tnria ('oilege, 

sei-opds entering the game, ex However, with several first Normal Rrh»*«d. HMt’R Naden. 

stiing stars retuming fmm last Milnr " l..andlng. Belmont and 

vear’a squad, the Tnlema are Albeinl. 

hoping to chalk up their second Alberoi Is sending onlv one 
victory Fridav <Mnteslanf hut from his t^erord 

HOI.nnv FR.R m RMX I-; ’ *• ' ^uM make things lough for 

Andrews hasn’t vet slated Victorians Me is Billv 

who will he we.riMc'the Tolem ‘ 

mir.rs He «t|U ha* U plavers AI- 

working out and plans to rut ^ 

down to nine before the sea*on "C^lnst lower- 

«'aris All SIX holdovers from **1*"'J competition 
l,sl «a*.,n have es.aped eartv <*''npsle will be In the mier- 
training c„t* -od eight new. fbediaie da** omt three milea 
comei- are still with the sqi,*d. ^ "P ^Ca»nsl Vir High’* 

Waldo Skdhng* Rob Tomhn Fraser who took lunmr 

*nn Bilan W’fvoldridge Teirv last vear. and John Gllll- 

Lore Tom K.nglish and Kd Kow •* ra‘«t ‘"P 

alyk. ai: se.nnd nr third year threats 

perf»»rmer*- are battling (or p'’^ Rrniors will compete over • 
unions with Art fhlko. Dick tour mile murse with Normal 
Austin George Vickerv. Dave ^nnl s Harrv Slephen* guen 
-killings. Dave Wilson, Jim Ivee a g^eid r!;?r.ce of gtabbing first 
John Devlin and fV>h Satter place 

fieht Andi-ew-. al*.n plans to Junior runners will »raver*e a 
carry three junlur* with the iwu mile course wMh Vlr High’s 
team for "“asooinp Bill Williamson tabbed as the 

Confident of adding another entrant In heal 
triumph to Hie Grad*’ record Races start and finish at the 
are Bud Rutlierford Ken Mr Vlr High ■ inder track Juniors 

CuMu,-h. FtHI Abb|itt .hm lyavk get awiv a> 3 13 and will be 

eer With Ihe Ro.ks -ind Den Parrv of la«t se.-4*on’s fi.iloweil In .-r uilon by Ihe 

eaves an env js Toieiri* md former Totem Kd •uerm''dMte« and seniors 

luiute .-snamenck Peder>-en who |« mmlng fmm 

i-Msthe* to shout at Vancouver for the game IW I f 

He took the Irish to the M inn A senior girls’ tus*|e ^TOrP^ 

Cup finals in each of his first star* Fridays program at 7.3b T • *- 

two seasons before losing out with the Toiems-Grad* game Moarnra* o*t srsio* 

■o Peterborough Trailermen and 'la'^d fnr * -3n Jjl"].’ t 

put the Iring on Ihe cake last Victoria High eross-rouniry oit o*t ii-stoa 
' ,u .. u -1..V .u_ - xstawa raoem _ 


FAN FARE 


of the sea-ion. will meet the 
Raya .Rahirday at Macdonald 
park at 2 3Q for the right to 
ploy Vancouver Cubs m the 
provincial final Nnv 5. 

MI ST .MKFT < I BS 
League officials lenmed last 
night that Ihe Victoria cham 
pinn must plav the Cubs, an 
ainitated member of the West 
ern InterprovlnHal Football 
I'nlon. for the B t.’ title The 
game will he plaved in Viri«tria 
Winner of the provincial cham- 
pionship will then travel in Winni- 
peg tn meet the Manitoba I'ham- 
pion in a sudden-death battle fnr 
• he Western Canada crown Nov. 


The \'i. Iona Intermediate 
Canadian Football I.4*ague play 
offs between Oak Hay Drakes 
and Navy have been shortened 
from a tw-. :ame, Snial potni 
.series to a -udden death rlavh. 
It •-■ nr an'iounced last night by 
league of filial- 

Ntvy. which won the league 
ii.ie last Sa'urday b\ trimming 
Drakes Ifid, n the final game 


Art MicliAluk 
Joins Stamps 


Ski Hi Lower 
Than Tall Tex 
In Mat Clash 


< AU>AK3 (( Pi — %rt 
Mirhalilk, veteran defence- 
man who starred with the 
ralgarv Siampeders of the 
Western Hiwkey l4*»cue f«?r 
Ihe last three years, will re- 
join Ihe chih at once. 

^Ilchattik, a rookie on ( al- 
gwriN police force, will see 
acHon for the first time this 
*ea*nn Thiinsday when 
Htantps meet ■Saskatoon Quak- 
ers. 


n.OHK f AI.I.; New York 
Yankees had a i-lnse call Tues- 
day w-hen a picked Japanese 
bt«ehall team hfld the Ameri 
ran League rhampmsi*. to a M 
deadlock at Sendai, Japan The 
•tapanese team ptckidi up a run 
In the third Inning but the 
Yanks tied 11 up in the ninth 
whpn a Japanese outfielder 
drnppe«| F.lsfnn Howard's fly 
hall, allowing Yogi IW-rra to 
vivire from third . - . .'-horistop 
Krnie Ranks and second h.i-.e 
man One Rnker have both 
signed 195ft Chicago Cuh con 
tiacts . . . Fred Haney, tired ts 
manager of Ptltsbiirgh Pirates, 
signed Tuesday a roarh for 
Milwaukee Brave* Tenni« 

great yiaiireen ( onnolly Rrin 
ker received $93 000 In a damage 
s»nt over an Injury to her leg 
which -he -.s/fl. en«led her ten 
hi* caieci . Calgary mayor guided Vlciona .Shamroc ks to M« Mill 
I). II. Mackay ha* disclosed 4 the Canadian lacrosse champion record 


HMCR 


Venture rsdeiv. un 
defeated in four games in the Vtc- 
loria Juninr Canadian Kneiball 
l.eagiie fhr season will gn lo Van- 
couver Saturday In meet Blue 
Bombers m a midden-death game 
for the RC junxir rrnwn 
Ixagiie officials nisn announced 
last night that Nm m Dison, line- 
around «lx feet, -even In. i-.cs, tumor league 

goes agalnat Tex McKen/le in t»een suspended for the 

one half of the double main j>f the jrasnn following an 

event of the weeklv professional uy.jdent with the referee on 
wrestling card at 8 30 p m -md Sunday. 

McKenrlc *ireiche* another two 

The two grapplcra Burchell Si"iis 

hesl-of three f.Hls. one hour time- C 

limit match WINNIPKG '<'p> .-Aippy 

In a similar event local ta- hutchell, former Montreal 
vorite Dr Timothv Geoghagen Royal* forward, has signed with 
tangles with "Murder” Mills vVinr.ipeg Warriors of the W/st 
Special event of the evening err Hockey League club offt 
will pU Irish Jack Dillon Cials here have annouiwed 
against Ran Francisco'* Ray Burchell scored 19 goal* and 
Jenninga In a best of three fall* nad 11 aMlala with Montreal In 
match with a 4.5-mlnute time 'he Quebec Hockey League last 
limit. vear. 


RED McMILLAN 


lias Been Effective 


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System 


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NEW YORK I P' - 
recent release of Vu 
Ihe lowly hanxa.* CH 

points up once again today what PI-ATOON SYHTKM 
a superb Job Cuey Stengel has Last season, a.s example, he 
done in leading the New York dethroned the Cleveland Indian* 

Y’ankees to six pennan»g and with another mad bit of platoon- 
five world championships in mg Ml different men wearing 
seven years. the Yankee flannels at one time 

Just two years ago. Rar.rh(. or anoiher. Of the club he looli 
who three Mme* was a 2d-game over b-.rk In 1919. onl* fotir men 
winner in that five straight have been w*ith the Yankee* ron 
world championship siwn. wa* seruHveiy These are Yogi Berm 
let go by .Siengel. Of Huf Phil Ri^/uio 
remainder of Stengel’-: former ( harley Rilx-era. ^ 

big ihree, AUte Reynold* paesed In other word* *lhree regular*, tant to . 

II up last aeaaon and Ed Lopat They railed old «'a*e 4 clown highly regarded talent Enough. fieldom howaver. doe* a learn much The one thing 11 doesn’t matter 

wa* released In July when h* sat down to play but actually, to hold the league inse in the span of two yearti prove and nobody has come up 

t'hangeover* like that havw ha ha» had the rw*t of the league together when you lake mm three hig pitcher* like Revnolds vet with the answer, la how he rneenef 

become commonplace <0 old crying ever alnce. Credit U account Juii the cream of the Raachi and Lopat were lor the doea IL 


('*'•<•. however, because in hi* greatly lo the farm system. If Top Guys like r>nr Wnodllng. Yanke*’ 
The seven season* at the Yankee you will. Y'ei you still have to Ja<“kie Jensen. Bob Porterfield, ing alo 
Raschl by h^lm he has umhI an amazing win ’em on the field and who Llt^eil Billy Johnson. '*ASTI 

can deny but whai he ha*, since 

ihai first *eas4vn. lost mme great ^ 

pl.>.r, lh.n lh.y ( 0 < b., J (or Th. nr™klyn Dodgrr. h.dn-t 1« .1... 

^ been beaten by a route going and I-o 

iJok .( Ih. on« who h.v» ’"'C"., 

dropp«t hv th, w.v.ldo of th. world «.nr., »d 

.In, DIM.PKIO Tommy Il.n ••">,' .Bv™' m.rk I 

• teal wild man' wav was 7 1 

plJe * ■ Johnlv\?.^l Johnrr •*'">• ‘’V ‘b 1951 m Bal- 

Page... Johnny Johnny j, rerogmzed No I 

sain . . and Rnhhy Brown. rehahllttaHon and brought pitcher 

Hank Bauer and TRADKS rRKQl’KNTI.Y * nig lime from old Cr 

.Nor ha* Stengel been reluc- the mmon late in Ihe 1954 of traf 
trade away rnme searvn- men Ir 


hat he iiai he»>n con (TfirAGO <AP' An ankle 
move frr -iwne tune injury lo challenger -Hugar Rav 
t a to* nf 'vm* ai'O Robinson ha* po«tpnned hit 
coaching ’ he saM. title bout with champion Bitbo 
hat we have won Ihe oi«on from Nov 4 until Dec 9. 

I would Ilka more the IniernaHnnal Boxing iTuh 
her thing* •• annougred Tuesday 

T>ed lo aid. 'T don'. The 15-round middleweight 
of the i-.tne ' have (pm match at the rhlcago 
ly a«*o. la‘*on with Stadium will he televised Dec 9 
and hooe thev beep h wa* to be cm Nov. 4. al*q 
the Mann •,'up ' a Friday. 

( man 4ge Rsip’i The postponement wa* an 
•d last High: lh*t of -lounrwd hv Truman Glhaon. se< 
not yet roosHer-J a retary of the IBT*. 
o McM''ix • and the Gibaon Mid Rohinaon suf 
ijld not *ve offitiaPy frred the ankle :..|ury Sundav 
nttl the club's ft ntial :vnd when it awelted auhae 
t'lch I* acheduied in quentty It w-a* decided to poat 
a few wMka. ipnna the match. 


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I tf rvM’w here Monday the comptcK under way 
I marathon would be ttarted by a Brltiah Emptre names heUI 

Greek roAiden in Olympic. c®** |2.700.noo 

The giri will touch the • Qame ” countn« wUI com- 

iln»m Miami Olynipuf" toa mmer a f*’''"’ artwnmodal^s are 

'belmrl fr^itn the Saar valley, n.e 

helmet will be taken by nmne,. . n . .. 

to Athen.s where a plane will pick 
.1 up Hiui nv H Caims. 2.^ *' 

miles *Hsi of Melbourne W' n 1 

‘•Ji will Mien he relayed to Mel \L Pwtm llllt |pt*W 

b-Hirne ir lo days and nights, b. ” l^UHCI 5 

2 7f» Australian runners. The flame ■ r * , 

will arrive — we hope — at the e\act • |pt/kt*1AC 

ket'iind die towh in Olympic Sia * IL lUl ICi^ 

diurn IS ribeduled to be lit ' w 

Mr. Nathan arrived here Mon |f| I mi Wn/*r*At* 

, day on a t.Hjr that uill take him \.il4li iH.rH.CI 

, to several C’nnadian and U S cilie.s .. * 

where he will ndviTtlne through West and Mmlers 

the press the coming Olvmpirs Joined Brridie s Bakery In the 
Australia, he smd, has develojvd 

an Olympic set up which K ••ifll Football I.eague'5 

i r*f*r cent jK-rfeet much im competition *<un 

pmv.tf mer H.-lsmki. • where the vholMi.i vi.-i-f 

l.i-st games were held, *** . 

c'liarlle MlIU and Ahtar Singh 
^c■^rerl for Wesi.s. co-leaders nl 
Si-aiing capanty of the ma«n the firai divbtinn. tn a 20 trt 
i-uiiuiioii prac* umph over Dutch Wanderers at 
lire, tiaa been reduced for Ihe Central park. 

Butlers blanked Duncan Na 
Normal capnoty is 120.0n0. but tive Sons at Heywood Avenue 
has been ' cut m about 110000 lor fiark with Dave Wakeiyn scor- 
comfort ini? tun maU an<i tC^n pjtmac 


play of youthful Johnny Koot- 
nekoff. who appears on hta 
way to a great season, is ex- 
pended to greatly rompen.sate 
for Ihe Jo.sa of the sharp shnot 
Ing Speldel In the Olympic 
'rials 

( I.AKK TO <TART 

Koiiine'sMfi |« alaied for a 
starling lieiih saiunlav. pari- 
uenng captain A1 Brown at Ihe 
guard po<. lions Jumping Joe 
Samarln will be unable to make 
the trip to Victoria, and Clark, 
who has been holding down a 
starting forwan! ^pot, will 
probably lake over Samarin'i 
pivot p«isiiifin 

SU.rv Bun will pel 

the liili at one forwafil iietiu 
with rithey Speldel nr rv»ug 
Mrlnh.im working on the uihei 
flank Keidv Tor diifv on ttie 
AlluTni heiifh will he t>cnUnn. 

Dave '•Villiam'>''rn, £>on 1111] and 

Ian Macdonald ,>parold with pfentj of sp.*ed and WIU. SPAT 

iiKA^Tsmrc: <s-au/iv NKWMAKKICT, Koglaod <AFi- ^'umma Three wins m four starta 

^ ^hia year have made him a fanned *,ad,um colltral^ u. 

Clark and Denlaon were r»er Tuesday mghi for the ir.ih run entry, Bill -^imr evin'rlv Hunk ' ^ 

miifeil to sign with Ihe Atjile rung of the Cambridgeshire haiidi- « BUwl. a fuuf • year • old 
tics when senior *'A" ha.sket rap stakes today— one of the big •I'^ned ami trained by Pal Bi'aslcy 
ball was discontinue*! in Vic gcsi betting races of the Bniuh ***'■»< Manati from Ihe 

toiia follow. ng the fuian. Jdtly seas.»n favonle'a spot before the start 

dlM.strou« seisofi evjienemed j, « g.„njj ,0 be a mad srnmblc Turk s blood has been wupM ^Jl venues, Inclmiing a com- and S, 

by Victoria Ia«-t winter over the Pi-milr Ncwmorkei • flood of dwhles with Curry, piri.-fy new Olympic Village in a markers. 

Athlellca, hoping to see tmk The rtimhMdgcshire alwavs wuu*cr nl the CVaarewitch nearby suburb nf MHbotime. wiJJ 

senjor "A" basketball return to atira.ds big fields. The rwrjrd was The only Cnited Siates-owoed be completely finished ui 'Ints of 
Victoria n»xi season, have «r m Iftil wtwn thoroughbreds con- horse in Ihe r.n-e is Robert Ster- tune " 

ringed io r^ay r<^ur exhinmon K.stonr rw. e iu« nxr'. s nevorte-rje TW Up- Mr Nathan nid arrommndaiion 

games here in an effort to keep The last Insh swrfpfci.rkes of Ihe f"Tv‘Hc. Vs owner# three-year for viaiI.us is ab.iut JiHiO \ 

fan Inlerea* alive The As will year la bas«*«l un ihr race. EUituii uid bsv colt is a longshot in the "Cituens were mviied to ooen ''' 


pearance of the season Satur- 
day night. 

r^ovidlng the oppoaliion for 
the Athlellca for Ihe clash on 
the spacious Central Junior 
high srhool floor will he the 
powerful Seattle Partgulds. 
coarhed hv Rob (Jraf and rated 
as fine of ihe Utronge.st clubs 
In ilie Pv-ilir oorihwexi. 

Kiis' of fiMir scheduled ap 
pearam-es for Alheml, .‘<aluf 
do)'a game will get under way 
at 8.V) and will he preceded by 
a ius‘-)e between two Vlriorta 
Junior ciuti.s, which starts ai 
7 Til. 

AI.I.OIT KFFOBT 

With all their ftist-atiing 
Mars hack from last srnson anti 
aircngthfticd by the addition of 
\ irtorlans Johnny Clark and 
ch-tirge Denison, the A'hletic* 
are making an all-uul eflurl to 
fiave Vancouver J.sland players 
for the nucleus of Canada's 
lfl56 Olympic basketball squad 

Playing roarh K'lmer Spehlel | 


CHICO CARRASQUEL LARRY DOBV 

Chicago While Sox’ 18-year .search for a reliable 
clean-up hitler may have ended yeslerday when they 
obtainrii I*i»rry Doby from Cleveland Indian'^ In 
strait;ht player deal lo Ket Ihe shigKinj; oiiffielder, 
tlie Sox cave up shortstop Chico Carrasquel and out- 
fielder Jim Busby. C’leveland officials believe a<xjul- 
sition of Carrasquel. rated by many as the American 
I^eague’s top shortslop, and the slick-fielding Basby 
has improNi^ their club. 


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I.ewskl stadium. Halfiime score 
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return match will be held 
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■•tnMnam 6>**l Il4’4 

Aeaint Aircraft MS 

Bormnih* 3SS 

cm 4IS 

C A O Aallatr *4 * 

ClirTkiPr P4 

Calambia Oat **s 

Caa f'l'*on 4TS 

Cam Prndari* J0% 

D*imli tdiann *4% 

npa«la4 Airertft '7‘i 

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lni*f T A T i’S 

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National 6l(tlUm ik 
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Btnrlalr Ot) M 

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Anfai Pfe 1*\ 
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lA uUIIUpb 62.70. up U OO 

6A HtorkB . . 162.63. uff 0.64 

ShBTPB: 13AO.OOU. 

TORONTO; 

ImluntrlBU ^..424.88, off OJM 

(ioids )M.17, off 0.01 

Bdksr .McimJa 201 J(6. up 0**11 

\\p*4l«Tn OHh |l2Jl7.uff 0.09 

.ShBret: S,7.'i5.000. 

I 

MONTKKAl.r 

! IndiintrlAlB .. 277.60. off O.'Xl 
rtifitirm . . 1.10.10. up I.IO 

(inIdR . . 74.26. off 0.14 

I Pulp, rappm 1.S71.7S,ftff 11-06 
: NhArPt: 686,100. 

' VANrOlTEK: 

J Golda .. sa.M. unchRd. 

' BBWi.MrteJa I66..‘M. off O.IA 
Oiln 128JU, off 0.07 

SbIpa: 1)9.623. 

Grain Prices 

! 

I WINNIPEG (CPi Flax mn- 
I linupd 1(1 show «k klrnne rime at 
I IhP clt'NP on IhP Winnipeg grain 
' pxrhancp. 

i Hedelng -^alM were light and 
lexportpra and ahippera made 
I light purchase*. 

I Barley pneea firmed, aided hy 
reporid that feeding gradet of 
0Ri« and rye would be curtailed 
m ahlpmcnt to the l.akehe<id 
Exportera u*nk barley and the 
United Kingdom .«aid to 
' have taken t* parcel lot A rtirgo 
of Canadian barley wa'c al-sv rC’ 
ported fflkcn by Ireland 

Ot'k - Open IPib La* Cio** 

OfUBor .. T4S 7<’* 74 * 7* . 

Doromaaf „ . Tl*> 73'* 3)*% . 

May TO’. Tl TO’. 'O'* 

Rye 

Orioaor MS N 94'* US 

Doromjar tV’« M's Ds « >4 

May - ft IMS 9t IM * 

BarloT — 

'Orl«r» 0 f .. 103'- 104H Ul'k U»». 

Doromnar M'« |a , at'i <t'k 

May ^ MS MS ir« MS 

Ptakioyd ' 

. Ocloaor . m 341 lit 143 

D(vrRii.«r 3M IMS 3H IM'. 

May 393 loss 3»l 334 % 


Ocloaor . m 343 lit 143 
D(vrRii.«r 3M IMS 3H IM', 

May 393 loss 3»l 314% 

Calk drain 4 Ua* 

Data Na 3 r* TtS 

Barley No Jr* I rtr* IMR 

Ay* M>) S ra N *a track tSS 

eu* ha 3 r* 149 . track Jits 

Pr'ioi for n*»4 T*9 Bhoat far otpiir' 
ta emtnirlot puuido iWA i ner , tti'. 

I 7 i M'. I. IN', * I ITS. t I 70\ 
;• 134'. I dtirum ITU. 7. 7tT>« 

3 7 91 '. IWA and damoatie priroa 

I nur 1 13*. 3 I M*. a 1 13 '. 4 

IDS 1 I 'iOS 9 134V I durum 

3B4S 1 III*. 1 ItIV. 

miCAGO tAPt—AU gralnt ad- 
vanced on the board of imde, 
paced hy wheat. 

The market waa higher from th* 
Btart. although iub}ected to re- 
treata during a mndemlely active 
*e«Rion Wheat enrounteped a late 
demand Greece bought 900.000 
boahel!! of hard wheat. 


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M«r« Mill* 79 
MHIb Rrtrk 411 
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Mnlwifl A 

Do B 

Mnn Ann t 

Mini 1<V’# IT'a 

M'lnt# Carp 41 
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fin rM tiv 

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Nal A *90 

D« A 431 

bai fld Car 39*. 
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Diflvia Pteur Ms 
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Oranoo Crb 4it 
Pay* Hor»*r 74 
Penman* kj', 
P(*«e|| at**r M 
Power Corp kJ 
Prtra Br<M W)'* 
RetM Bilk A It 
A'latell lad* 1*S 
R« lav f'arp 7* 
Rirfet r.<m US 
ti., VT » 

8<lad Dr* A 1« 
ttmu*ati k iis 
Rnutham Ct *4 
R'd Paemi }JS 
Bteaman J4S 
B-rp if CM* Vt 
Buprmr*! cm J3 


/nr/r/NlnVi/g Holrf 

\ VANOOUVl'.’R — Stork.'i held 
fairly firm although buMnena wat 
below average 

IndustnaU did bent with BC 
rorexi ppoducU active from SlS.’ri 
to JIh. and Lucky Lager »lighily 
higher at 5 1.?. Sun Publiahing and 
Weafem Plywood were utronger at 
SnS and JTO*, reapectjvely. 

Granduc wa.i S7 among mineo 
while Quatklnn Rlipped back to 
2h'? cent!, dow-n !'•» crnik 


Lofifiea m key siockt ran to at 
much at two poinit. but here and 
there were gaineni of a point or 
better 

Trading wn» heavy at the open- 
ing and gams ot around a point 
made It look a* if the market were 
headed for il.s eighth straight ad- 
lam-e Steel* and aipcrafls were 
the i cnirr* of aitcnimn within the 
first hour. Trading slaiiierked and 
hy early afternoon pnee* were def- 
initely flipping. The downtrend be- 
came moiT pmnounced late m the 
day. 

Oppminka Slips 
, TORONTO K’Pi — Indusinal 
AlDcki attempted a sally into 
higher temlory on the Toronto ex- 
change Tuesday but found the go- 
ing difficult and rlo.’ied thoroughly 
mixed. Other gmupt followed a 
simaar (lattem. although the ba.se 
mefaJs recorded a half-point in- 
dex gain on the strength ot some 
fractUHial advances among seniors. 

BeAi indusmnJ demand was for 
utiJiiiet. financial institutions and 
liquors. Top infUvtdua] advance 
was hy Niagara Wire Weaving 
5.1 hO to 46 on a 2!V-Rhare bl<H'k 
On the minus side Ford A dip- 
ped 54 Ot) to I IB 
OpcniHika. down 45 to 59 6) and 
Eureka, off at 51 m. led the 
p()ori>r base motal.s 
Rnjrwion was again lively among 
uraniums, trading 461 OhO share* 
and clcsinc a cent ahead at 71 
Goldp ee-'sorded a feur mutow gawxs 
Petrol remained the most active 
western oil. hut prnfii - taking 
milked it ot (1 cenia, at 52 74. 

Ihtdtget AuMitnl 

LONDON iRputcpsi*— Although 
W'-dnesdny't autumn budget was 
a dominating influ<‘nre m the Lon- 
don xKx'k market. Hcntimenl was 
helped today hy Wnil Street nd- 
vnn»-es and the appearance of some 
favorable company statements. 

Among engineerings. g>Mid gams 
were ri’conled in Babcock and 
Wilcox and T\jb* Investment* 

In newsprint*. Bi'wateni reacted 
ion profit-taking following on Mon- 
day's sharp nse. After early dull- 
ness. gilt-^ged ivsueX Improved. 

; Coppers were firm. Leading oils 
were m demand. 

l/JSDON iAP»— Sloi'k closing* 
AstfirialH Electric liid. 79s. Asso- 
ciated Newspapers 15a 7'.*d. Bab- 
cock and Wil(Y>x 76a fid, Blyvoors 
'26s 7*-*d. Rowaler Paper Cnrp 
inos. Rntish-Amer. Tobacco 52* 
3d, Rniish Celanese 25a 4''td. Cana- 
dian Pacific 557l«. Central Mining 
43s !4d. Courtaulda 43a fid. 

Daggafontein 51* II)**, Daily Mir- 
ror 22vjle.gecrg deferred I21s 3d. 
de Havinand?!* M. Distillers I'Is 
.Id. Dunlop Rubber 26s. Mertnc 
and M Ind 27s Ford 42s fid. On- 
eral Ucctric fiOs fid, Gl I’niv. Strs, 
42* I'jd. Hu'lisfiti s Bay Oi. I.'i2* .Id. 

Imperi.il CTicmical 47* fid, Imper- 
ial Totwicco (iOs. Metal Box S3a fid. 
Mexican E^te 23« 3d. Rand Mines 
7Ia 3d, Rolls-Royce 107s fid. Shell 
T and T 474s fid. Tanganyika Con- 
cessinn.* i:>4* 3d. I'nilever 90* 3d. 
United Molasses .1M 10'td, V)ck- 
m •«* fid 

BONDS British 2't* (mnsols 
£-V<S, British 3*7« war loan* (78S 
ex-dtvidend. British fundings 4a 
IfifiO-fiO £92 

Egg Market 

T* ef7rti»r»t- 

Or»t* A (tr«« M out* 

0>*a* A mMiaoi 9t t«au 

Or*4* A *in*ll *» *«nu 

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0'«a* A »*fM - - ■ 94. *7 ««nt« 

Or*9* A m»KiK,Bi — It-IT e*n7* 

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TV Biiktk Prrmar 
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of Indusir 1 Acceptance Corp- 
oration. 

Mr. Mackey, who spoke to 
(he Victoria cxedit granters' 
association yes- 
terday. on the 
Important part jBt ' 
credit had f 

played In (he JKT k * f 
Conartian (level- X I 
opment, said fit*' 
that ifcarmanu- 
(arlurers 

not b**cn able to =1 

distribute *hetr cars on ea.sy 
I payment terms, the cost of the 
unit unuld ba two and a half 
times more than it Is today 

”lf you did away with 
credit, you would drag 
CanadB bBckward for 
.Years. " he told me. 

Automobile sale* depended 
largely upon the availability of 
<cn>Amer credit hy (he finan- 
cial hou.ses. and it was hig sales 
ihat had enabled (he automobile 
firms to pass on the economies 
of mass production to the pub- 
llc 

>lr. Mak'key hB4l a good 
wont lo say of the consumer. 
“He It the ’kinindest thing In 
the credit picture. Everyone 
Ib i<om|)efing for his credit ; 
he can buy anything he 
wants; merchant* vie with 
one another urging him to 
use his credit; yei on the 
whole he remains a level j 
headed chap.*' I 

Mr. Mackey say* the average 
consumer does not btie off 
more than he lan chew. bu» 
Ihat It It the duty of tlie credit 
granters to .see that the small 
minority doe.s not overdo him 
self 

Travelling as he «|»e« all over 
I'anada. Mr. Matkey has a 
finger, on the pul.'ve of the na- 
tion. and he forecasts “as far 
as any bitsine<vs man ran for- 
“pe" that 19r>6 is going to be 
another big year for t’anaria. 


(*0U exploration program to be 
undertaken by the l’.S. firm in 
the neat 20 year*. 

U.S. Refining and Smelting 
will spend an initial SIO.UOO.IHJU 
;n 1936 t'anadian Piplines owns 
(»r conlroU nearly l.OOO.lKxi 
acte« In the promising light ' 
gravitv Oil area of Sa^katche 
wan. 

a « * 

OIL PROFITS IIH.m.R 

Net income of Finn- 

tenac In the first nine months 
of IfiD.*) wa< $7.7.30.(NM >52KU a 
share' against $.5,698,164 <$2 12 


lATin RCPOftT 

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up ts quarterly rate, the 
former from 30 rents lo 35. 
cents and the latter from 37*i ' 
cents to 45 cents. Both banks | 
in addllinn declared year-end 
bonii“es. , 

* « a 

Other bright corporation 
news came from the I' .S where 
.'vK'ony Mobile a<lde(l 25 rents 
lo li* las; year's extra of 2i 
cent' Norfolk and West paid 7S 
rent* extra instead of 50 I'enis. 
anl stock dixidenda were an 
nuunced by Allied Chemicals 
'One in 20i. and International 
Business Machines mne in 40). 

in addition Detroit Steel de- 
clared a 25 rents dividend ttsi 
I first cash pav'ment since Sep- 1 
' tern her 195.3 t 

* « * 

In a note from .New 3'ork | 

^ where he ts now rtuiAdlan 
training supervianr of the 
New York Life Jnsurance, 
R4ms -lohnson. former bnuu h • 
manager In Victoria, tells me 
that his finn ia at present 
in the process of underwTll- 
ing one contnMi on one life 
for the unusual amount of 

$5.noo.OM. 

Thin vast single pnMi-v i* 
part of fl.i9I.361.0M sold hy 
New York iJfe in the first 
nine months of 19.V1. 

• « * 

ISSUE .SOLI) OUT 
The ofler of tinkt'ig f^nd 
bonds and 6 per cent, first 


A. E. AmoN 4& t'o. 

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uk'ate:d ne:ar yku.o\v point 

A 12-year outstanding home, Tudor style, in wonderful 
^'ondition. Has three bedrooms, two baibrnnms. full bsAe- 
ment. On-O-Malir furnace. Lxx'ated on 7** acres fertile 
cleared land 3G3ft private waterfrontage Excellent 
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DirORTFO H.fiTS 
Impnrif. of men < fur felt 
hats In Uanada reached 9‘*d 
dozen valued at liO.OOO in lha 
fii*t half of 


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BARR1.<?TERS AND SOLICITOR.S 

ANNOUNCE 

That tha Partnership exjsiing between them under the firm name of 
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HAS BEEN DISSOLVED 

Their respective law praciirx** will be continued as f<dlim* 

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I Oder (he Firm Name of Under the Firm Name of 

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IMiH JO.VES; 


iStTCCt 

I By HARRY YOl’NG j So f*r aa hli own firm. In- preferred aharea of Pa. ific 
Ca M W' II I f nionlal RualnefM WlUir i dualn*! Acceptance is con- Weatern Alrwava hav# been 

Starts H ell; I n..,.-. „.d .. .h, ,.««« ^ * 

’ : company if you think they are record year of 1952 I e * * 

( 'i| M I charg'ng you too much lor' * * * 

jlOSCS Lower ' the orium for that TWO BASILS PAY MOKE Bit; DEAL seaLM) 

new c.4r. (lood dividend newa kept Uanaillan P^pt'.lne^ Ltd. h.*» 

NEW YOFtK 'APi— A moderate Actually these people are rolling In yesterday lo keep given a .'iO per cent Intiuesi in 
decline Tuesday snapped the tiock saving you ;* lot of money, ac , Mock prii'es on an even keel. u* Southern Savkalchwan oil 

market's string of u*ven straight cording to J. H. <Jtmi Mackey.* Bank of Montreal and Royal holding to U.S. .Smelting and 


Car-Buyers: Don’t Get Mad! 


of Pacific a \harei in the coirevponding 
have been period nf IfiM. 


NEW YOFtK 'APi — A moderate 


Dividrniis 

Declared 


C*aa«a WaUtat 




means money 


POOR GAS 
MILEAGE. 


fi.'iilg Cdoloniat victoru. i.c., w«i., Oct. 26 , itss n 


\Sins Business Men's Event 


Around the Island 


Chamber Suggeslion 


Duncan Heeds 
Reeve ’s Threat 
To Go to Law 


The Joining of the Sirathcona 
Park and Forbidden Plateau 
areal to form one big prrivtneial 
or natk)na) park has again been 
requested by the Associated 
Chamijers of Commen e of Van 
couver Island. 

•*Now the Buttle lake project 
has been decided. It la quite 


erikment to gtvr favorable con* 
iideration to joining the two 
recreation areas 
The L'ouiienay-C«anox Cham 
t>er of L'ommen-r has also 
Joined in the appeal 
"Feel in view of objection to 
damming Buttle, now la the 
time to compensate public iiy 


ni’NCAN R W .-^tra.han. 
MI.A. who came to Ounoan Sat- 
urday to open the second an- 
nual plowing Mmpetltion. bor- 
rqwed a pair of gumboou and 
r<im{)eted successfully in the 
business men’s compeiiiiun. 
placing sieaund to Bob Shaddock 
of f>outh Burnaby. Allan Larkin 


two pious. mounte<l 1. J-Tank 
Barton. 2. Bert Younje Two 
furrow plows, trailers- 1, Ian 
Stevenson, with points, high- 
est mark won by any contest- 
ant: 2. Fred Br<mn S. I.^n 
PhllUfe;. 

Tractor with one plow— 1 . Al- 


Robert.son of Lulu laland. triliuater of agriculture, was an 
JuOge^of business men’k event interested apei tator along with 
were Harry Standen and Bill B VV. W. Cock5 picsldent of t.ha 

VancouMT Island Chambers of 
W, W. McVtllUvray, deputy Commeri-e. 


NEED 


hen Baumgart; 2. Hennln.^ Ot 


likei ihe »< emment 


Forbid 


ncan w rease o 


^Vi W M L I . 

. . . TO PAY OVI-JiDI’E 
BILKSf 

PF can make a clean sweep 
of all your hills and give you 
Just one place to pav A«k 
about the PF ALl^l.N-ONK 
LOAN’. You wiU he pleased 
to *M*e that paymrnla ran be 
rut as much as 50'* nr more. 
Phone today. A«>k ua to tell 
y<*u right <>n the plione how 
much you may ir-duce your 
mnnihly pavmems 


I’ark es requested by the 
people." president Lyall Barrie 
says in a wire to Premier Ben- 
nett. 


of (he Sirathcona Park area,'* 
the ACCVI says In a teller to 
Premier W. A. C Bennett. 

It urged the provincial gov- 


to provide fire protection to the $750,tKX) Cowiohan HikH 
Aihool on Nov. 1. vviien the full rrsponsihllily for pro- 
tecting ihe school will rett with North Cowichan's volun- 
teer fire department. 

May<»r J. C. Wragg told 
council at a special meeting 
Tuesday that Reeve C. A P. 

Murison had threatened legal 
a< tjon to compel the city »o 
slay out of North i*nwl<-han 
now that the munlripaliiy had 
a fire department of H-* own. 

Tt»e fwhool board ha% been 
nniified of counrll's action 
with the city offering the 
services of the Duncan fire 
department "in case of emer- 
gency.” The city has had an 
agreement with the .«!rhtMil 
hoard since Ihe ('owichan 
High school was opened in 
IVil to provide lire protection 
at a coat to the schori] board 
of S2h a month. The city de- 
partment w'aa railed upon to 
fight a fire at the school 
almost before It wee opened 
which, if there had been no 
fire department, would have 
destroyed the .•.chool. 

"When North ('owichaii’a 
fire department was formed, 
we asked the school board If 
(hey wanted to carry on and 
the board Raid It did." re- 
ported .Mayor Wragg. "How- 
ever. now we have been 


the four entries. 

Winners in the day long event 
were: 

Hoitm* drawn IfMnch plows or 
under- John Houston, .Shawnl- 
gan lake; 2. Anhie Stevenson, 
who also won the pri/c fur the 
best dres.^ed team of h^r^es. 

Hor--r plows over 10 Inches 
1. John Walt, also pti/r for best 
going ie.im: 2 

Hill. Indian hor:..‘s 1 . David 
Page; 2 .Manlon Johnny . 3, Alec T'**'!, 
Johnny, who oImj qualified at 


with two plows 1. Bert Tyer- 
man: 2. John Dlrom; 3, BUI 
Barton. 

.Nov Ice tractor plow, for un- 
der 16 Dvrik Pit kering, {'ubble 
Hill. aUo prize for youngest 
pIuwTnan St Age 12 
Judges of hor>c plowing were 
A Pack, Cobble ''”'1 John Brown, Dun- 

ran; tractor plows. Bill Shep- 
of Stevrsiun and G. 


ordered (o etay out of North ' 
Covvldian betause we hava 
no right riahling fires in the 
nmnieipaUty. 

‘Aetiiallv,’* Mavf*r U'ragg 
said, ’we have a 22 per cent 
Inierrst In (he high 5c‘h<n)|. 
(lie road*- are vested In the > 
cr<»wn, and North rowichan 
would have a hard time keep- 
ing ux out of there." 

The niatler was brought 
before council as a result of 
an alarm iurne*l In from Ihe 
high school little more than 
a week ago. when the city 
brigade was find at the fire 
by some minutes i Mayor 
WTagg **ald first by six or 
seven mlmitcc' and the N*irth 
Powdehon brigade stood by 
while the city men tfM»k over. 

Aid. Jame« l4«<4umne said 
Uiat "if (here was a flra at 
(he high AchiKd, (be dty de- 
partment would ILkaly go 
ahead regardlrhi of thlx order 
and let (he putilir he (he 
Judge of whether we are 
needed or not. We c&n't take 
a chance on chlldren’R lives 
and we can’t afford to loae 
(he high school." 

Misadventure Verdict 

ALBERNl — A body, recovpmi from the waters of 
Alberni inlel on .Sept. 25, wa.s identified a.s that of Sidney 
Dick. 30-year-old Indian of No. 2 Reserve, at an Inquest 
Monday night by a jury which brought In a verdict of 
death by mi.sadventure. 

The Jury’s verdict plsced <»ewge lluixh a committee to 
the time of death, presumably »*Tang© the snoual children’s 
bv drowning, ax on nr about tltrlximas party. 


Duncan Girl Gets $1,75 
In Accident Settlement 


D'ok to this symbol when 
you need money for any 
worthy purpose. 


VANtTlUVy.K <rpi - .Settle- Mr Juslicr 
rneiii of a claim arising out s rol- mjurrd girl’s 
liMon m Surrey on Oct. K. Pit»’t. 
gives Klaine Jonrx. 20. of Duncan. 

^ TM gpnrral damages. 

She wns a passenger In Ihe car 
ot Jam<*s H<-ni> Cuiutur, 402 j Msy- 
«ocxl. Burnaby, when it wax in etJ- 
lislon with an auto owned by Alex 
Johnstfin. of noverdale, anij driven 
by France: WiUinm N'icklin ol Kr] 
ownn 


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DUNCAN-Mrx .^arah Car- 
ruthei-x. 7fi. a well-known resi- 
dent of Nanaimo where xhe 
had lived for Ihe last 46 years, 
died St the home of tier daugh- 
ter. Mr«. CecHl Carr. Allmgton 
road. Dune.m. Sunday. 

.She moved to Nanaimo from 
Fngland in lOOfl and at the 
lime of her death lived at 730 
Halihurton xtreei. She was 
horn In L'ngland. 

.Surviving are two sons. 
George and Hany. of Na 
nalmo; one daughter.* Mrx C. 
Carr, one .ulster. Mm. M. 
Knight In the HS; and two 
grandchildren. 

Funeral xervires will be 
held today fmm Wextwood 
Chapel, Nanaimo Burial will 
be In Cedar. 


Groups Bid 
For Surplus 
In Nanaimo 


COrBTENAY — Tre«aurer 
R. Phippa, at a recent mfeiing 
of tha Courtenay branch of 
the Canadian ArthrtUa and 
RheumaUam BoeJety. showed 
that IS64.44 waa made at the 
mtnmunity party In Lewia 
park. 


Cotton Shoots 


Haddon Hall Deluxe sheets oi 
strong, bleached cotton. Your 
choice of plain or hemstitched 
ends EATON Price*: 


CHEMAINUS — Festure of 
Remembrance Day observanfy* 
by the Chemalnus branch of 
the Canadian Legion will be a 
church parade at 7 .‘40 pm to 
the Anglican church. The Vie- 
torts Salvation Army hand 
will be In attendance In 
charge of the color party will 
be W Pederson. 

The I.eglon will Join Ihe 
Kinxmen Club In *pon.xortng a 
Halloween party for children 
Oel, 31. 


NANAIMO The S31.n00 re 
malning from the sale of Ihe 
nmtrsi sports ground received 
the attention of four orgamza- 
lion* of Nanaimo when repre- 
sentatives presented briefs to 
city council on how best to spend 
the money 

Reprexematlvcs of the parks 
board, Vaheouver laland Exhibi- 
tion Association 


I.AKK COWiniAN — Rep- 
re«entatlvea of Ihe nUlrlrt of 
('owlehan laUte Hmpital A*- 
wirlatlon met with Health and 
Welfare Minister Frtc Martin 
and Donald M. Cox. comml*- 
aloner of Rt’HIS recently (n 
dIsniK* the hiilldlng of a hna- 
pllal at l^ke rimichan. The 
delegation wax Informed that 
H< 'HIS would start a survey 
of the area Itcfore the end ot 
the year. 


63xI(V} Inches, pair 


72x104 Inches, pair 


91x104 Inches, pair 


90x101 Inches, pair 


Bowen Park 
Development Aaxociatlon and 
Nanaimo Recreation Commis 
••Ion met wlih city council 
PORT AI.RKRNT Council Monday night to prevent (heir 
will meet fli a ■ ■•mmillee of brief.* 

the whole fridav night to Development of Beluin park 
consider suggested Municipal appeared most likely when 
An amendments >|ayor Muir reminded Ihe 

A letter from T, R B, nveetlng that the money had 

Adams, executive se, retarv of been earnvarked lo replace the 
tlie I Ik M. staled thaf rei ■icn- c'entral sporta ground with 

mendatlnnx would be wel- another major playing field 

and "ttuK policy has not been 
It was decided that the changed." 
pr«ldc.n« ol th, V.n^u.rr ISION 

Island Axxo«latlon of Muntcl- 

pallliex will be a*ked to call a mayor doubled If any of 

meeting to d- =ue« reeom- FfouP* f«uld complete 

mendaiions fmm ihe various i!'*’*" ''“h the $31,000. 

member munl<ipnllf|ex The city council, he said, ’ will 


fiA-NFiKS — Salt Spring Is- 
latul Parent-Teacher Axancta- 
iinn la asking the Holiday 
Theatre !/> present a I'omedy 
In Mahon hail Dec. 7 as a 
special treat for a> honi stu- 

denix. 

Feature of next month's 
meeting will be a film, "Itaek- 
yard Exploratons," presented 
by Dr. rllfford Carl, dlre«-bor 
of the proxinrlal museum. 

A recent meeting of Ftll- 
ford I^A app<»inted Mr* R. 
Palterson. Mrs. .1. ( amplM-ll, 
Mra. C hester Kaye and Mrs. 


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Hall sheets Sizes sre 42 and 44 
Inches EATON Price*, pair, 


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Luxuriously -ft virgin wool 
Haddon Hall blankets of ro.ve. 
green, blue, yellow or wine Indl- 
Mihiallv boxed. F.ATO.N Price, 


DUNCAN — Lora) 1-RO of the Internationa) Wood- 
workrrs of Amorica hag adopted a resolution ontlinlnj? 
a course of action which, if .cuccos.sful. wil) prewnt future 
trouble such as that which now faces the organization tn 
the dispute between the operating enKin(*ers and the 
employers. 

The resolution provides 
"(hat In future (his local go 
on record sx refusing to work 
with any union within our 
oerdfication or with any 
persona endeavoring to set up 
a separate union, and that as 
soon as the prevent dispute 
cvmreming the engineers la 
settled the union take action 
on the above reaolutlon." 

There was lengthy debate 
on this resolution before It 
was adapted almaxt unani- the 
muualy by one of ihe largest 
gatherings of workers at any 
quarterly meeting of the locaJ 
In the last two years. 

Members were strongly In 
favor of aupportlng one 
•«rong Indu-xtrlal union to Ihe 
exclusion ot craft unions. 


Single bed xize each 


vision on the voters' Ust to 
sit at Ihe city hall nn Nov. 16. 

Mayor l^rmn J«>rdon asked 
newspapera to piihllHxc the 
fart that Ocl. $1 |* (hr dewd- 
line for those wishing lo have 
(heir names added to (he list 

The full mnncil will act oa’ 
a court of revision on Ihe 
special aasesament roll. Dote 
of the session la Nov. 2A. 


IniJlvidua}!v boxed Haddon Hall 
fnnm rubber pillows In regular 
or large Covere /1 with ravon 
tn pink, blue or while. 2Upper 
opening EATON Price, 


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RORDIHH TBAFnC 
More than 15.900.000 mobw 
vehicles crosaad tht Canada-UJS. 
border In 1954. double tba num- 
ber of 10 years earlier. 


All-w'»»ol auto rug* In choice of 
Buchanan. .Stewart. McIntyre. 
Wallace or McBelh authentic 
tartans. Fringed ervda Size 
.Vfk72 Inches. A AA 

EATON Price, each 


PORT ALBERNl » Fred 
Weaver and AML Jack Perry 
were named lo a ne w t af rw 


Guaranteed 


REPAIRS 


* free estimataa 
A tame day aervVa 
A Rpnxfhle prlcaa 

TaAr U to . . . 


RATON*k— Honaehold fJnens, 
Third Floor. Pbone *-7141 


ewToaiA 

ataiTALa 

Tvrssr. t* tsdsr ts I*s4 Ml MS f*st 
•I Isastr fsr Avstrsilt >Kint Srw i 
Vssvurs. (B tsdsr t* Slxhsrf* «t**l 
sis’vi inn ZSMS *M MM «Mi« tsw 
•r MusMr far •tsesa <KiM Orw .1 
aaeaaTtms 

xrvMMvan Rfwr inaiM *mjm r*w 


Only at EATON'S 


?^TqN ct 


L II f ' 

Large sire, each 

7.50 

bellpjair 


1 




DODDS 

KIDNEY 

. PILLS . 


\ s. X vj; 

**' *«.0 tM*»® 


EATON 


Plcas«< No Telopkont 


or Moil Orders 


frORE HOURS: 9 o.m. to 5 p.m 
Wednesday: 9 o.m. to I p.m. — . 


aton c 

N AO aJ. ^ 


Mocaiilay Elementary 


12 Batlg (Zlaloittot virtwk. i.c^ wu., Oei. «. itss 


Aged Patient 
Problem Grows 


lum iiiKHue •mi »nup lui^rr* «na .Im bU (kU 

ab«M me.- h/mW. 

The forefinger amf nng finger liMMnlo CaldMa. wH* 

of hia right hand were b>ft in »mMt4 at the opermtloa. aakl 
earlier operahunx. I^zai refw*ed iv remaJa at tha 

Poiua> protested when he saw hoaptlal. 
the hospiiaJ hat) tumnl into a “To slay her* after au(‘h a 
flnwer show by c-ouniless bouquets simple oprralHin would b* sham*- 
M'ni by those who admired his ful “ he quoted Poium as Bayu«. 
pluck. Several hundred “Rond “Please reaen-e your rooms lo* 
luck- cables from all ov*r the more important cases " 


A If rjiiii kjiiiii 1 laii . TOftONTO ‘HUP) A pnli 

tictan and a leading doctor were 
Complption of fho piijhf-room Mntimiay l•l»•n»t•ntAry ■Kwmeni Tuesdav that hos- 
whool at the end of DeeemU'r vtill mean tiormal *idiool *^'**‘'*a ahould be op«*n only for 
hours after ttie f'hrisima* holldaVA for seven cln.sstw: now seriously ill 

ailenthng Lamp«on Ktni't piTsons. 

school. Moat of thefie children will Nfayor Lloyd Jatkson of 

namiJton. Ont , told the Ontario 


wtih iNitlents who ahouhf he 
iu hoftiriii fur the aged or in 
ronvatrweeni hnapltala. 

Dr, Harvey Agnew, president 
of the asMiciaUon which oper- 
ates the Blut> Cro.ss plan for 
hospital care m Ontario, said a 


arrange 


tala were Intended for Mck peo- 
ple, “noi for ihoae with lltlle 
aches and pains who want a 
toenail on their right foot X- 
rayed *• 

Dr Victor Johnson, executive 
director of the Pollege of fJen- 
eml Praciii'e of ('anada said the 
problem of caring for aged and 
chronic paiienta was growing. 

He said Mtn>e Ontario hospl- 
taU have as much aw JA p*<r 
cent of theJr beds taken up 


Macaulay school to be fundshed 
during the Chrialmaa vacation 
and ready for use when children 
go hack to claaaes Jan 3 

‘The Christmas holidays 
begin Dec Ifi * 

Many of Hie students In the 
seven rUwM^ as pre-«*ii( un 
the shift ayatem at lAni|m<wi 
alreet are children of army 
perannnel aUtloned at V^ork 
point. 


Blue Cross plan and will be 
put into effect eventually. 

Ontario Health Minister Mar 
Klnnon Phillips said ferieral aid 
was being considered for a pro- 
vincial health insurance scheme. 

Mayor Jackson was invited lo 
address the convention because 
of hts nut.spoken views on hoa 
pitai management. He .said os 


Pension Plan 
To Highlight 
Joint Meetin® 


rum alMttd to deal with all j<mr mooev mattors m «m *Wi to 
yom Bank of Nova Scotia branch. Here under ooa soof am 
acrrices that cover every pham of yom permnal o* famiiy 
hnance*. By making your call a "owe atop Aopfwig" 
_ ▼isit yon can aave>^oui*etf Urea and toonbta. 

Taka a few minutes to have a word with th* mana^iia 
;;V s good man to know. And a chat with ham ean 

ahow yon the way to aolva many of yoor mowey ptnhinma 


have the effect of relieving 
overcrowding at Mount View, 
McKenrte avenue. Craigflowcr, 
S. J. VVltha and even Central 
Junior high. 


Memt»ers of the City Hall Km- 
th,.,...' Am- ihf>n and the Ovic 
t.mployee*' IVnlecttve Asatx'ia- 
Iton will meet ; nntty Thuisday lo 
duirus* the possibility of esiabli>h 
ing a retirement p^'naion plan for 
city employees not covered by the 
prcwnl «Hjper)innunl»on s.vsitem 
The pension plan would apply 
to employees who are loo old lo 
l«ke advanl.tge of the present 
aurrnmnuation plan. 

H Korrest. deputy commn.vioner 
of the pmvwuil .superannuafwn 
branch, will address the meeting. 
8 p m. in niy council chamber 


DON'T ROB 

rout PAY CHfOUl 

DON'T SUFFER 
COLD MISERY 


Savlnnv AccawwN^l ith P^P and averwaa. Youeanbav MonayOrdn* 
Inalalmeot Sawnea. The Raok of at aov braoch of the Bank. 

Not. Seolia make* ea.,er Trayallara CHm«**-Aa good a* 

and more rertam than ever before. otify vm oan eaA ibeoa. 

Currant Accawnta— Sxh a B.VS Tratrllers Chequaa easbU ton 

Lurreni Aerouat yoa enjov the to tratel wtibont worrvtag abotn 
luae-aaviof eonvenienee of makmg the danger of loung or beiof fohbad 
pBymenubyrheqiae..Makr«budxei- of twir rath 
i«*ra..er. too. ThaBankprovKie* iowaa-Por Ua* 

a alalrmem of your fiaanre*. ,h„ > , to, cm rwu a SWety 

Manay Ordara— Tba aafeat. moaf Depoui Bet— kaapTonr Aiaaataat^ 
praeiiealwavInmakanaabpaTtnenla valuahlea, aaU (ron loaa bv fir# 
at a diaiaooa— e«thar la Canada ov or burglary. 


kMitor • ChwkMsiMt 
•> *• M - 
- m4 mmk* 
m Sb^I* rm» mmmt 

w^jrxstf. 1 } 
rv*. SbW avwrwKM* 


HOTEL 

MAYFLOWER 


Kane Pmrrntm- im fM'pmg Canada €e< 


The BANK of NOVA SCOTIA 


t••l•r■av reraliWca r»«Nii. 

•U Bilk arlTiu hath. l« ih* heart al 
ahaaaiai. ibaaira haalaaaa aiHrjrt 
aiBiia* (ren tl M. 


For reiervattoni rail 
BrATTI.R. El NTOO 

■r ra«r tr*«al •fa«( 


Thu advartitamenf ii not publiihod 


or disployed by 


fho Liquor Control Board or by ih* Govnrnmanl of Brifish ^lombio 


Mtn't HandktrBkiift 

Whita Irub rmtoe han<ia«r. 
rhlaft *<(• nxn Inchaa S- 
t~:h haniauiehetf a«t«ea earkat 
el a Oallar IH; Saarlal 


Ctttdn W«rk Skirls 

M«n I ' BanterUad" eoiina aara 
atilria el iittma mvari rleut 
•r |M(t rh*rk paitara Maat 
rellat Z nnraru Aaaor'Ml 
•hartaa Snat u-, u n m iha 
Smup Dallar Da* iaaHal 


Mtn's Stekt 

Vaur rtieice at nvloa ar •eel 
ar.rt iMtien awaa m p«an 
eolourr or faiur patutna Natt. 
bl«a br««n. .read bata« Aiwa 
it U 13. naiiar Dar SaerlaL 


"•aaforttart” » I « a )eat» (• 
vintat ual.M tinau ai>n 
brliMtf-aherkatf Maakin Zippar 
rk>aina l^r |»oek»t« pnr 

aa*i « le 14 zaara. DaUa? Da* 

•eavtal. 


Chenille-Type Spreads S 


N Christmas Cards 


Now . . . you ran buy a chf*nllIe-typo bed- 
spread in full, douhle-l)cd .‘tize at a prica ao 
low you could really afford two . . . on* for 
use when fha olher'g In the wash! Bu>ing 
it believing ... no come dowTi 
first thing Thurwlay and get 00 

your share of thi» opportunity mm wU 
tn uve! I^jirge w>Iectlon of 
plain ahadec. Rpeclal, each ■ 


*rhur8day’s the day to buy .N-our Christmas 
cards ... for that’s when they’re selling for 
hiB wvlngs in EATON S BarR«ln Bnsemnnl' 
Come down first thing and select your* 
from tasteful scenic and ^ 

metallic-trimmed cards. There |fl |l|l 

are 20 cards with envelopes 1 UU 

lo a box. ■ 

Speclak box I 


Rayen Haiitry 

AT**rti» top ratnn aukaxaiiara 
Ful' . raihten**t in 
in.r»« a«i«* ttitfin* ai*»* • to 
I"'* Dollar I*«y aporlol 


Cattan T Shirft 


analitb B»M« onmn i*« ahiru 
la bora' •(••• la and it 
Madtuin •mbt neal r«l'»r 
•hart •!••<»« atrip* p«u*m 
in aad «i** UoUor Dar 

Special 


.yards 


Catfan Rib Briaft 


Catlan Pyjaiaai 

fl4afon**(t rx'tnn vmat}rl«th 
pr)a<^*» in mb • sue* M (• 42 
tn ii-* artntp lap*l .•■•.k*«* 
rtra»Mnr>8 pant* Sinp*i 
ir aiu* Or plain ahade* tn 
abif ar 'an Dollar Day Iporiai 


Faatber Pillawt 

cuan 1*411 

pillnoi rn\*r*n oiUi 
fhitBi roMnn 
lor ri'IMrrn * nr *pa 

iit»i In 

IMlar Day ap«ri*l 


Kritkay Yardap 

>a-iach piatB ana prn.t*n in* 
ka* *arr1at* t.iita«l* tnr 
• * and thimron* o*ar 

Vlain ihad** aad «i» 

•■■m U rnona* Iroq* DalUr 
Doy fporlal 


Hamatpaa Yarda|a 

4. larii ria«n»amia tatdaaa In 
natc,-al triad* SQltahl* 
itraiu* *it|wMioot* cuahtana 
ttoila* Dar aporlal 


Chaoa* rmn amarl (ti«ck« and 
a!) <!<rar pauarn* ohan io% Boy 
Ihaa* BoT* AaofnrtMd ' n:; 

Inn dna*kiit »htri« »iih 

and Mr pnrk*t a|»t )• 

ta la Dohar Day dptrUl 


M»n * want rat 

Unina and air. 

pac*rn* IB :• I 

taon atr*i a 
Day apoflal. 


M*n a a nit* emuta riB 

• un dOsiBIr **at and olatu, 

• aliihaod Siroy •rr.ali 

and Utyo DalUr tHr Karrtal 


OUdMirtiU nt 'is**! • Kaji. 
iorlird a-rt par ia In nl.i* 
d*nm< ar-n rnttna drill In ir«t 
and brr.on Straa yn Id 43 in 
tha arnup PolUr Dap aporial 


ja.ini'i) c«ttM prtni rd>o.ir*id 
trau'itU «tlli BianT Od'a- an-r 
fi|uroa d«*iam ta ch«o»* 
fr>«m Mat** tnia <ViiMr*n a 
and •nm*n t arar aprtiM at* 
DoUa* Da* apo«1al. 


pwin 


WtMMl'l SVMttrt 

D'iiid«**i oiik aro* a* 4a 
nartllaaa aiaoom. 

laraad •*•** aaa UM-al 
raraiaaM* •ith era* Baeai 
Catoair* r*d, Blu* atuK. rt 
Bata# vroy kia*« a* VI 
ait#* t« ta » WHW# 
ap**t*l 


CettfR Tm Tewiit 

■trtw)| aaaiitv aattan i#a 
ur»*l* Ufa 34«M Inch** WMt* 
•ro'ind* Bhia and rad 

iirlpad Bardara. DalUr Da* 

IpaaiaL 


Vittt and Snniciat 

aovally ••*** rattao and rayan 
▼aat* aod anutfitu Vaat* vnh 

Btiilt • up ahduldrn *dutai*a 
viib *.aMU at •aui and kn*«* 
Blra* tmail madiuny and lara* 
DoVar Da* fpoaMI. 


Cbildran'i Jaans 

"fUntoriaod ' rauav daatn Wva 
)#•»* tn rhlldrrB'a «a«a* I 4 
and I Klaauriaad vaiat. dmihU 
ttiirhM niaru at packru 
tuna* Day aparlak 


Kiddiat' Snapparalli 

einvaU ratdurvt atiapparaiU 
veil dam* faatanary inakdo 
Uf* A*if atrap* alaaftr at 
• aut bar# |» ptvk blao or 
malt# iiaa* t and 3 DoUar Day 
a»#*Mi 


flawM and Ryjanai 

PUW and lya'tantad naanai 
*•>* ntfMdavna and pylan>a< 
far rAlMrae aiaas S 4 and d 
lamt ai#*T0* vaiian franti 
DoBa* Da* apaotol 


■4aar|yaa aatiM plUaw raara 
In atandard 43“ ala* « I 1 b 
plalv barni Caflvphan* vrap- 
pt*. Oallar Day tpaawi. 


Rib (BC raaiati Bry*ra •hb 
t»« rum rw rBlldr#B oha 
■#ar alaaa I 4 and a TVBglar 
riaaiv ai vaut daubU crMrb 
DolUr Dar 8p#aUl 


Srvrrsl «tiUa la rarv 
tarairimtnM bulH-up 
drr* AUa halt altfa ■ 
n»Man m»a* M la 44 

Ooy BparlaJ 


Remember to H'oteh for 


Each / 


NOMDVERTISED SPECMLS 


Nylon 

Gawnt 


Children’s 

Sleepers 


U be many, many more item* featured on 
ly . . , many more than we have space to ad- 
^ watch for the sign “Not-Advertised Spe- 
lts your cue to big savings in the Bargain 


•a** ma*y«y By BuylBd aa* af 

ihraa aitrBrtiaa ttylMt a<*«M 
• >ih lac* aad ambraMary iriia 
7)1*** ar* a#**rvl dalalT HvUa 
U rivaai fran. altb lauyarvd 
*kir«* aad *hapad aildriria Aa 
aanad (had** la (aadiuai aad 
lara* ataa* DaBar Da* ■p#*Ui 


Maud nattaa bwmrdraaaaa ft 
v««y#n Bha •••* ataa* I4 ta 
at ar M I* 44 WUJi V-aaM* 
Wtart at***#* airalfB# a* 
*M«htD rurad abirta Oaila* 
Day BpartaL 


Wvmis'i U«br»||ai 

IB-nb ambrvia# aiin a«u 
aU#l tram** raraa platd ca* 
Int Ma^ait* aa*d>a aad nta* 
handMa UaHa* Day Ba**M, 


•nD. naaaa-llaad airaoar* ta 
Di tvia MB* I and a Ova 
|d#r* a'pt* a"*; Battvn#d baPt 
drap aaai In pua aad bit** 
DaBar tkar Bp#*ta 


*wmn t eayav aharlta Blah'- 
s randr-atripa a#a«*d 
rasind ralUr U#a tftni Daiinn 
tram f(i«#« mrdlvm and Urfa 
DalUr Da* taarlal. 









CLASSIFIED 


LOCAL NEWS 


Telephone S-4111 


(ESTABIJSIIKD lJUUt) 


FCOM) NEWS SECTION 


VHTOKIA, BRITISH COM MBIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2(>, 1055 


Rock Slide Narrowl v Misses Bus 


Arouml Town 


Blood Bank 


i>ets liiches 
At Dockyard 


CTurronl drivp of the R«i Citiss In rwpII Hs blood 
bank total brought 3(>5 volunlwrs from among the 
workrrs at IIMC Dockyard yesterday. 

“U was a niagnifkent nsponsr. ’ officials said. 
Amonq donors wi‘re LM) men giving their tenth pint 
and one giving his twentieth. 

„ Ueui,'.'f»l rurenre FIms* 
UiH<- t.H.1 frnn. 9 ti, of Vidoru. has h«.n 

a m. to 12. ar>H from I lo ■! .V) ,pp,„„,er| rana-llan Army 

liaisim ollH-er m il»# U.S, 
T’Mirtv'< rJinie it al Ri’it Army dop.iriment al \Va**h’ 

Inc'en. 

Ills prr-w<*ni pr»st of alaff 
nffiier with the director of 
\seapons developmcnia ai Ot> 
1^W.J i being l»ken by Lieut* 
<‘o| Kdwflrd l^alte, 37, of 
Ollav^a. 


Bov of Month 


Crash 

Rate 

High 


venient apol and backed my 
rar up. 

"When 1 wa.s placed where I 
thought It vsas half-way safe. 
I watched tons of rock come 
down that mountain and pile 
up on* the road about six to 
right feet high. About 40 fn 
."SO feet o| highway wa?- bjnrked 
by them, 1 would say," slated 
Platen. "A lot of rock also 
bounded off with the force of 
the impart and landed right in 
the lake ICameron lakei. 

"I Kal4’h«^ the whide thing 
for about three to four min- 
utes ami then hlgh-lalled It 
out. shaking like a leaf In a 
hreetr. and headed hark to 
Tort AltMTni," he i4ald. "Fur 
a while 1 had thought all my 
life Innurantt* wa« going to 
mature al the eantr tiri>e." 

Bv Sam. yesterday public 
work* crew.s were tiearing a 
traffic lane through the esti- 
mated 2.000 yarda of rubble on 
the rond at :'*amerfm -*Ke and 
a power shovel was kept busy ' 
during the day clearing the 
highway. Traffic waa blocked 
tlli 3 pm. 

The rock was loosened by 3.69 
Inches of rain which fell during 
the 21 hour* prior to the slide. 

It was one of many slides at 
Angle rock which have rut off 
travel for short periods during 
the past few years. 

Ohamher of Commerra and 
Board of Trade In AlbernI and 
Port Albenil have led a cam- 
paign to establish an alternate 
route. 

John Sqinra. MLA. called ye«i 
lerday fur meosures to safe 
guard the preNent route. 


St'reafhing westerly winds, 
hitting a peak of 55 miles an 
hour In Victoria, pelied the B.C. 
coast with a heavy fall of rain. 

The driving rain cauM^d a 
rm'k slide on the l*ark.svillr- 
AlbemI highway. Id miles 
rut of Port Albrnil near 
trrarheroua Angle r<N-k, nar» 
rowiy miMing a \'aiic«ru\er 
[ Island < iiach Idnes iiu« with 
24 pasaengers als>ard. 

Mike Bowza. driver of the 
bus. stopped the vehicle Mon- 
;day night as tt headed toward 
lAlhemi alter seeing rocK.» 


* Nearly l.OfXi traffic ar(iHenis 

I have octurretl in Victoria so 

^1^^ tar tills year, city polit*e re« rtls 

^ releasnl yesterday ahow. 

' The figures were reported si 

ileputy pohi'e chief Many Mer- 
I'er urged drivers to uve more 
cauMnn ttn the roads through 
winter mnnih^ of early <iark- 
'V ness, lain and t<>g conditions. 

9B9IE I He ure.-d drivers to redti>'e 

general driving sjvhhIh during 
b I - n TM I ‘ B ii.irk’ lake lw<i 1 >-m-iV.s in- 

Ten ve.ir ».ld Arthur R...-v.-tt ^ itilerH-ctums. 

IK.*) id ifi.M,. will l)c fcicd bv "'‘**'*‘ *« »ra«fie 

the ViclutM Y .s Men's I'lub 

Ihe "Bny of the Month” for, Sundav night, the rlty 

.Si'ptember at a meeting Thurs- department has atlen<led mora 
day «i e pj... m tha YMvV. 20 traffic ; • -*< ahi->ut 

board room. A -'udent at Lamp- I****" which caused 

»on street school and a rnember personal Injurie.*. 
of the Y swim clas.s, Arthur wa.« ' Victoria this vear has recorded 
chosen for the motiihlv- awar»l four fai.il traffic accldanis, 1S.3 
for sport.sman.ship and initia c.iusing bodily injuries and 760 
live. 'property damage onlv 


A wary first t«-le- 

phtuied U> Inquire wheilii-r 
bis Intended victim was at 
h«>me last nlKbt. 

A I A pm., police tielirve, 
tile thief telephoned to .NIr,. 
I-:. Rii««ell, !Tit 4 iiiiire^M, who 
iM-cuples a flat nrti to sliss 
l.llern llcIcrHon He sokeej 

whether .NIiss lieigeHim were 


AW, t.eoffrey Fdgeluw, 
rhairiiian of the («orge M ater- 
way liii|irovefT>ent AssiM-ia- 
lion, will tell the Ksquinuilt 
I i«His < lub about plans for 
the <*orge at a iiieetiiie Tues. 
dav at 6.10 pin. In the UIde 
Kogland Inn. 


Nfimelloie iiefore 1.1.1 am. 
aomebodv I'lliiilted Ihrouich 
llllisi Hrlgeson's klldien wln- 
dov»- and snatched Jewelry 
valiie,! at 

Misa llelgeson works from 
4 p.m. to 1 a.nk 


•'Victoria 1 .k beautiful.” Ls about all the English that 
I'onductor Bonavcntiira Somma, left, and tenor Tito 
l^l/ani of the Santa Ct*ciiia Choir, know. The 
opinion was expres.sed diirlnc a walk Ihroufih the 
binpress Hotel l^fore the choir's popular appearant'e 
at the Royal Theatre last nighL (See story on 
Page 


The new zoning b> law will 
be dts- u-sed by .Mrs. KNie 
.'^heplierd. •acreiary of 
Town Planning Commi.saion. 
at Victoria West t’ommunlry 
renire, Thursday at 8 p m. 

VI ork Vi ill Proceed 

Two parking aivai on Dallas east of Cook win be 
mmplcled and put in u.se despite a petition opposing 
Ihrm. The petition was dmilated among residents of 
the area. and. signed by lit residents from Cook to Clover 
Point, and Faithful to Dallas, 
was delivered yesterday. 

Mayor Claude L. Ifarrluon 
•-vid yesterday the seafront 
view tielonged to the com- 
munity, not Ju*n to Dallas 
reMrIent*. 

Aid. Arthur Dowell abo con- 
firmed that the work would 
proceed, but said he still m- 
lendM to recommend a ban 
on parking after mid-evenlng. 

The mayor and Alderman 
Dowell are members nf the 
committee administering the 
capital city grant, part «f 
which I* being used to pay for 
levelling of the parking bays. 

The petition will al*o go io 
premier Bennett and to 
federal MPs 


TIJC Protests 


namages totalling S970 
were flxr<l In Supreme riiiirt 
yesterday for Mary Morris, 
M.1 Fraser, a pedestrian 
struck at Courtenay and 
Ikiuglaa atreeU. Dec. S, 19.V4. 

Defendants In the oourt ac- 
tion were island Farm I>alries 
< b-Ofieratlve Association and 
truck driver Richard Nelles. 
tyn, 114 Ontario. 

I*. 4. Slnnott acted for the 
plaintiff and I.. <«. McKenxie 
for the eonipany. 


I Only on« of five holders of Iri.«h swwpstake tickets 
in the Vancouver Island area is btdiev'ed to have a chance 
at big pjTze money resulting from the Cambridgeshire! 
race toclay. 

I Ideniily of the ticket holder die $140,000 first prize are 
I, no. known drtlmt.ly. but .ho N*' I-, 

. . ^ „ whoae ticket named ftadio Uf- 

lucky man may be Leslie Bay- "Weat Coast Bound.” an 

lias, part-owner of the Waldorf unidentified ^uimait sailor re- 
restaurant, 741 Yates. cently arrived from Cornwalll.s,' 

Final callover last night backed Sunny Brse;j 

j 1 , , j Air Commodore S. 1^ U. Poi»e. j 

.hnww. .h.. .ho nnly I.l.nd- Sldnoy. whose 

hacked horse atUI listed at a urkei named Mlchellno; and, 
starter Ls Romany Min.strei, the Mr. and Mrs, J H. Lamb, 
horse named on ticket No. RQ- Spring Isl.vnd. backing 

HVXIO. s..|d to "Mlnky’' of \'ic- Street. 


The BC. Trades rninn Concrps.s oxcculive has 
'sJ.immiHj the door agaiasl admitting k>ft wing unions to 
provincial membership. 

I hihits communist led unions fn>m 

• I The executive also dincloxHl 

Vancrou- ^ Merger of TLC and CCL unlooa 

1 30 per- members ’ lake excen- i, „ppcted to be approved oy 
tided be^ prexs atatemenls ' and prnviocUl cociveniion next year. 

on wht‘ manner in whu'h they .^rc *phe hotly disputed provlnrml 
lies east ''***Omg ‘by tnlimntinn Ibe con- resivlulion was sponsored by tho 
cr»*xs and its olficerx AltM>mi painters* local and 

The congress exenilivo Mid in pa^j^id by two vote*. 

a statement that the B C. body i* 

ft, three bound by the Trades and Lab ^ 
enger Congress of Canada cnnsiitm^n f 

1.! weal- "The policy with regard to .ad- ^UlINllIllci S 
■ Bosto.i miinnre .if union* by il^ TLC !»«• 

)C’< and not been changed and only um.Kv • ¥¥ 

covered nuM-img under the requiremenu 4101*0 

nf the cimsiitutii'm will b« admii- 

ais said executive »uiid. TV* Victoria branch of tho 

.teduJrd statement follows extensive Canadian Assnrtation of Con- 

1,... i««i press coverage of the TUC no- _ . ^ 

vuw ittl convention whk‘h pn>»«!--l ^ 

through '** dying momenls a resoluti. n meeting felt that the 5 per 

thnt. on the merger, all bona fl4.* cent sales tax exemption ahouil 
oiiiA t af*milted n>ganllrss of include all stu«!ents up to and In- 

^ Ihelr officer* or Hurting high irhool, A motion w.,s 
mcn’.bers pnsaed to tend this recommcndH' 

peaKirg Tlie Tl/? rongn -.s pr’lN'y pro- iion to the pniviocial governmenL 


Luck Near End 


Thieve* last night forced a 
side door at Rrookland Moinrs. 
9-97 Fort, and stole two pair* 
of motorcycle gloves valuerl 
a» $1 V). 


Park Not Affected 


City Managor C. C. Wyatt said yrstorday that tona, 
pvrnlual ovtnblishmrnt of a holiporf on Ihe f^nchers Mr 
Industrial rrsrrx'p would not affprt Victoria West park RQ4f 
CNtVpt that it micht, on rare necasions. b<* used for 
emcrccncy landings. 

Victoria West Communttv 
Club appointed a commiiiee at a 
recent meeting to Invesfignie 
fiMssthle loss of the park when 

the heliprwi I* built Nearly all operational vessels 

Tbe rommiHce is scheduled to nf the Royal Canadian Nsvv will 
rcp<*rt Thursday. exemw* in American watepx 

The chih has asked the cit/ next week 
public works depnrtment to The Comnx, James Bav and 
erect "slow” sigfw on Craig- Fortune of Ibe .Second Canadian 
n»wer al dinner, whore a log- Minexweepmg Sqiiadrnn will 
Ring trwk recently turned over, leave Raquunalt al 9 a.m. Sal- 


as well as game* and refresh- 
ment*. Young people of all rte. 
nominations are invited to attend. 


(draftsman 


Canadian Falk Aorlety. Tie- 
loria braacb. will dlsrus* plans 
for Its ferthcomlng dan<-e work- 
ohnp al lAlt Douglas at S p m. 
lonichl 

The first wnrkshott will he tw-ld 
Friday al Ihe same address. 


ToiiriM travel to Virtoria U up 7^. pt*r mot o 
la*;! ypur. publirii.v bureau romml*^sionor (Icorj::#* 
Warnm s.iid yesterday. 

During the nine month 
=if IfH** fanadian Custom*: at Th 

Vi'-iofM and H;-lncy 
fVl,2t>9 aulomohiles with foreign 
lirenca plates oirr>lng ]9t),H4 
passenger*. 

This compare* with Sfi.ROl 
ear* and 176,460 passenger* for 
the same period last year. 

In addition 21.2M cars with 
Canadian llrencea carrying 
64,r>29 passengers enterwtl \'an- 


Service Broken 


rhinvan Mirph.xil is Vu'lmia 
dHeg-ile to the Bl’ Soriely to.' 
Ki'tardfst Children which holds 
an exenitne meeting in Vnn- 
c«Mi\rr itidav. 

Mr. Maephnn is representing 
the newly-formed Creater Vic- 
toria Association for Retarded 
(luldren on Ihe executive and 
will refmrt to K oo prugre«t 
hi* group. 


...liver Lianq fhr-niK'h Vhioria 
and Sidney. 

i' an lfi« Tease of 2 per 
handled ''**ttt over the same nine months 
la^t year when 2ri.W1 cars 
larrylng 64.084 passenger* wer# 
logged. 

.So far fhl* year car* from 
every state In the U5. hava 
enlerad Canada through fh# 
port of Victoria as well as ear* 
from Panama. Hawaii. Alaska. 
Bermuda. Mexico, Graat Britain. 
Guam and Japan. 


The Inter - d»-n..minati.»ni*l 
Y'linig Peuple's I'onimiH.'e ef 
ViHon.i has planned a achedi.le 
of social fiioHions for ihi* winter. 

First event la a "cotton frolic’* 
Friday ex-enlng In the gj-m f«f 
Metropoliiao church Tbert wdl 
he modern and aquar* dancing 


Seen in Passing 


Served 21 1 


ears 


emplo>er. Mrs. Joan MK'loy, 
'Mr*. Hippnlt come* from .Kals 
hurg. Austria, and her husband 
works with Bt'. Forest Prod- 
uri.s. They have two children. 
Mrs, Mct'loy and her hustiand 
J. H.. are busine.xs partner* In 
McCIrv Cleaners. .T2ik1 Doug 
las. Their home [* at 15M5 
Hee. Both are fond of classi'*al 
music and reading. Mr. Mrt'loy 
lotika after deliveries, and Mr« 
inppnil Is a pressen . . . Ralph 
Shepherd registering a* a voter 
. . . acting city engineer Jim 
Garnett felling an enquirer that 
rliy engineer I’.rrH Jone* |* 
making excellent progress after 
his recent operation . . . Boh 
Sterne telling his father that 
mother never let the engine 
rev* drop helow 4.000 . . . David 
Anderaon, North 5Uanlch Art 
centre, planning a silk screen 
tapestry studio at his Deep 
Cove Studio home . . . Mr*. 
T«nn Fhnt selecting "hl-fr* rec-. 
ords fnr a musical evening at 
her home on Moxon terrace, 
•Sidnev 


B.C Assessors 
Meet in Nanaimo 

NANAIMO- A discussion oi 


By KK HARD L. THOMAH 
('o|imls< Ixmdon 4'orrespondefit 

LU.NDON W. A. McAdam. 
British Columbia* agent-gen- 
eral In London, has been 
struken with illness which la 
expected to keep him conllned 
to hta official residenre for sev- 
eral weeks 

Mr. McAdam has served 31 
year* as agent-general arid hia 
term was extended another four 
years last August by the H C. 
governmenL He is -enlor Com 
monweailh representative to 
London. 

Hines* has also resulted In 
Mias Hah* Denbigh, reception 
1st at B C House, being aenr to 
hospital for a compWe re«t she 
It expected to remain in hoapltal 
for SIX week* Already thla year 
Mix* Denbigh has svel.rmed 
more than 2.000 visitors to BC 
Houao. 


Today ^s 
Events 


A nine-foot ststue of Lady of 
k'atima Is being csrved oul of 
B.C pine by Charles K Seyferi 
to grace the new Roman Cath- 
olic church ricaring completion 
at Langford. Mr. Seyferi a 
w<w)d carver from Czerhoslrv 
vakla now with the B<' Forest 
.■service, ha* carved many relig- 
Inus adornments In his home- 
l*T>d. one a 3Afoot high altar. 
He hetleve* his current carving 
is the largest ever done m R t’ 
He started in August and will 
hava U flmahad next month. 


WT.DMWDAV. OCT. 9* 

CIS ~ Cwmnaim TowaSinaa' 
ter«* Chib, McKweo’a BeaUur- 
anL 

2-M ~ r«4wdlMi Folk Ao- 
rlH). VlctorU branch. I61Z 
Douglaa street. fdamaaiiwi 
•f new rowaitinRoa, ptMM far 
first foMc dMOa worhahop. 
fllma. 

Abb— TlM lUpMng Bwoteby, 

in Cooh. 


Mr*. Topp-Ttirner 
feeding her pet chickens and 
thinking of smart new hats In 
Central Raanleh « . . Charbw 
Dowma chuckling at the re- 
sponse lo bia lava Dw pigeon* 


W. A. McADAM 



BERNINA 


sfd Sewing Machine 


14 Bnily CHoloniet VictArk. B.c^ Wci.. Oct 2f. less 


Deputy Regent 
To Open Itazaai 


Mrs W Knowle*. deputy 
grand regent of B.C. for the 
Women of the M«>o.He wilJ open 
the falj ba/aar nf Vlciona Chap- 
ter. No. ib on^ThufMlay at 2.30 
p m In the K of I' hall it wah 


ZEPHYR 


E»klmo patients in the hosmial 


g of e f lapter 


Urn-!, raki- miUi pui: 

Tim*! to ItM' hrn1<* »i- 
Civeti t»v her ruuim. Mr G«H*rg<- 
<• M.inl. 


with sprays of mauvr and while 
bell heather tksl with white 
nbtxtns 

Mr, 1) Boone prf">irted at Uie 
organ. 

Given in marriage by hi-r 
father, the bride w«s caUiant in 
a gown of while nylon net over 
taffeta OiantUly lace was m.v*t 
in the wall? length skirt and le 
peated in the jarkri A halo of 
opale&eent seijuins held her im- 
ported veil of nylon embroidered 
illusum net and she earned a cas- 
cade nf while carnations and rt\l 
and while roses. 

A waltz-length gown of pink 
njlon net was worn by the bnde ^ 
only alirndant. Miss Mildred Jack 


Wfs Britton Osier wlm rKded bwk marks made by the gills ihoir awn language It was 
the ?itndes being made i»y of the Diocese were h>ghlv com noie.1 that a bursary fund has 

the mlssi..n.ines there end the mended by visitors at the an- been set up to enable Anglican 
tremenilous awakening that la nual meeting and that the prUe g,ru to train as nurses and 
taking place among .he w-.men for knitting sent In hy luntoriu-acheri for Indian residential 
of India who are ai‘ending col- Auxillarlea acroaN the e»)untry|scbooU 


Order Vour PHOTO XMAS CARDS Nov 

mtuie from >oiir favorite sHa(isliot 

*1.50 Victoria Photo Supply Ltd 

• ■>fe ISIS IMM l.l.ss sikiLl 


•Mrs^ .’^dd was thanked by also announced that Mrs. A. 
Mis-, ty e. Lucas. Hansen, junior graduate regent. 

At the morning weasion, Mrs will receive her green beanie 
H. G. Horth, first vice-president a{ |b# convocation in Vancouver 
w -18 in the chair and reports signifying that the chapter 
were given by .Mrs. F A. Goocl- .nuide all ita credits during her 
will Mra. I. V. Jarvis. Miss L. year as .senior regent 
Hell. well. Mrs. C D. G^ige, a supper dance will he held 
Miss J. Leigh, .Mis* N. M Nov, ’» at the Moose Home m 


Diet Substitutes Allowed 
It Calories Are Counted 


By MAKIAN MATTIIKVVH In your meals with the ease of 
Of course, Ifs rewarding when *n expert. Also, It la easier to 
family and friend* nnii>-e you keep on the right track If ycu 
are losing weight, but don't eat the same foods — or most of 
spoil M hy talking about >oui them at the rest of the family, 
diei until the\ become b"fed Today, dinner is planned foi 
l^t your figure speak for it- four, and If you measure your 
self! Learn to count calorie* so portion as directed, your calorie 
that you can make aubstltuilons count will be well under control 

ON ARIsi.Nr.— Cal.irlct 

Juice of lemon in cup of hot water . 10 


MRS W KNOWI.FS 
• Photo by Jus Ritei 

trees of colored gum drops 
flanked the gaily decorated 
cake. Mrs. L. ^rrow and Mrs. 
K Johnson were in charge of 
the committee carrying out the 
decorations. 

Prizes were won by Mrs P 
Smith and Mr* T Shaw. 


1 «wp «»WoQS » t 

ail m* MOk 2W i*aipo<M j^H 

•99 

Vk cwp aoh ••aipoo. toi ^ 

W rv* tw9** 

• («vnbtfM an tUvn itM. milk l«t 

■lafwl wtUi newt ti i« T 

t.tM <in Arid •*( aaa tb'truimtnt, I 

AMI ••ft — 

• StO rVMV h«ktn( |a>«'W • FV moAo S fti 

.ml •omr Artd <n ttm n.-il.w*. m hnt '< 

•bmn< Wv aBtil cvmhtam. SO aujtwv.*, Ym*-! '< 


BRKAK^AKT— 

*j grapefruit 

1 boiled egg 
1 thin slice toasr 
1 pat butter ‘•*’xH 

L’lear coffee or tea - - - - 


Sacred Heart Bazaar 


ViCKS 

W VapoRub 


Lake Hill Women * Institute 
; hail will be the scene of the 
I annual hazear of .Sa<-rc>c( Heart 
Paiksh to be held Wednesday 
afiemoun commencing at 2 
pm 

There will l.e ttie usual at- 
tractions. including a fish pond 
for children and afternoon tea 
w!ll be Hig! hiJu w ill 

he the hot chicken supper 
.served in two sittings at 5.30 
and fi.TO p.m. 


Bingo and other games willj 
be played during the evening. 

Patron* may reach the hail, ■ 
•sltuaied at the r.imer of ‘ »‘!adra 
street, and Palmer road, byi 


I slice ro4K! beef diameter x V*") 

1 cup string beans . 

2 stallor nf celery - 

1 cup fresh strawberries 


xMembers 

Welcomed 


MIDAI-TKKNOON— 

1 large gUs* buttermilk or skimmed milk 

PINNKR— 

'2 small lamb chops broiled 

2 1 rup beet* 

1 medium boiled potato 

t cu|* shre»|dM rahhagr wUh l*i 

le.-kspoon dres.slng - 

I fi rust.ird pie 

Clear coffee or tea . .. - 


The October meeting of the 
Victoria Home fconomics A.s*''c 
elation will he held Wedne*^l.iy, 
Oct. 2t> at H p m . In the Greater 
Victoria Art (Gallery. Mr. J 
Jefferies of tiie Jefferie* and 
Co. SiJvenmlth.s will give an 
illustrated address on “The 


.Mrs. N L .Morgan, Mr.s. || 

I Doheny and Mr.*i. C Sen.^m 
were welcomed by president 
; Mrs J lie Bourxier at the re 
I cent mi*etin^ of the WA to the 
j Family and Children's Service. 

Plans were made for a rum- 
^ mtige *ale to be held at the 
I Orange hall. 725 Courtney 
street on Oct. 29 at 10 a.m 
2 under the runvenership of Mm. 
A. Atherton 

ft was arnounced the auxlH 
ar^' would hold Us third annual 
fe.silval -if t'Ttristmas decora 
yiio?}c at the Kmpres* hotel In 


Mm»t C*il«ct*d t»r 


' *. Some of the most 

• ' successful v.Miing 

sdults I know make friends eiih 
•hy yearolds by “deUying action.*' 
Paying no sdeoiton lo the little one 
at the outitet often arouses enou^ 
curiosHy for ihe lid or lisa to grivi- 
■ ale toward the stranger. OrKe m* 
tcre&i has been indicaied. the frieml* 
fhtp Can usually he furthered wiih 
s chain nf imgly keys, s hnght 
colored hankie or most any safe and 
indcatructible obiecU 


eVFMNO RNA( K— 

Poz non fattening cola drink 


TOTAL rAIX)RIE« FOR THK DAY I.n« 

ght you'd find pie Well a *lxlh of the average 
ig diet did you? P*c k only 150 calorics. 

apple, cherry and pineapple are- 
3.V) caloric* each for the same 
(.onfei'tions size cut 

You really won t need any 

more food after tonight’s hearty 
[dinner so settle for a glaas of 
' ' a non fattening cola drink. If you 

/ \ ^ f \V\ MUST have something while 

M \ watching television. 


De« 'ember. 


'The regular meeting of the 
v“a to Royal Jubilee hospital 
will be held In the Nurses* home 
of the Royal Jubilee hoapital 
Oct. 26 at 2 30 pm 


Cua for wooing tol> of all agei 
■ . . Ihe adorable CitRBPR BABY 

DOLL . . . ju«l 

right for huggmg, f 1 

cuddling arul c<xw Ai* 

mg to, h’l 4 lt.75 r -e ^ \ 
value for only /, - 
12 00 and 6 
Gerber Uheh or 
cereal ho* lops. * 

All the personal- Nj j' 
Hy of the famous Gerber ll.ibv >s 
reproduced in this 12 -inch lifC'like 
doll, that drinks, wets, uts up .*,41 
mosable arm* and leg* Soft vmsi 
pl.ttiic head, rubber h^y, make rt 
ever ao safe h cornea appropnaiety 
dressed in duper and hib . . . has 
play acceaaonca 10 buoll 

Just mail money and labels 10 
Cierher-Ogilvie Baby I oods Lid., 
Bo* M, Toromo IV, Carud*. 




A ‘Bunnv’ Wedding! 


AT THK Kmprt*sM 

Family Dinner Kvrry Sunday 
Btiffel Dinner Commonee* Thiiw., Oct. 27 


Ounce of prevenrien. Creeper* 
•nd/or toddlers are hrsi-raie rcoch- 
ers and grabbers. You can cut down 
flagging ’*no-r>n's'' and avoid mi's- 
haps t<v making your home as acci- 
dent proof as possible, keep co 6 ee 
tables clear of lighters, matches, 
•cissors. etc. Keep medicine on h*gh 
•helve* well out of reach - electric 
outlet* guarded or hidden. 


Bl KL-KT m.NNKK Is served 
e\i*rv Thursday, from 6 lo 9 
pm. The menu offers a wide 
fh<uc€ of hot and cold «*lec- 
tion* $3 00 per person. Regu- 
lar Table d'liote Dinners also 
avallshle. 

FA.MILV DINNFR Is gened 
eveiy Sunday, fiom 6 to 9 p.m. 
>3 00 per person fChildrcn 12 
and under, hslf-prlcel. 

Dfnner Mutie nfferett 

bg the Concert Trio. 




2456 

ONE SIZE 


190 ^ 

BY t AROL f T RTI.H 


I.iMle girU .id'ire thi- bunny 
hrtdi- -tiid gfiMim made nf p.ylc 
l•.llM|| Marine' Rride i.s l.S 
, te’i. ivt ji-.wii of while 
irgnr.ds w'i*h fb>\*r*red petti 
"lai. grfs»m apart* a pique 
waiHirnat willl Ihrvp dla'nniid 
buttons blue fell coat. All cut- 
ting piersur. aasembiing, slu/f- 
Ing. sewing Instruction* in 
pattern. 

Serul .3'' cent* in coin (no 
stsmits pieaari for Faiiem Nu 
190, your rwtme. addreav pat- 
trm number lo Carol Curtis. 
The Dally Colonist Pattern 
liept., PO, Ur.x 70. Place 
d'Armca. Nfunln'al 1. Que 
The NeedlewArk tlulde. 16 
pAgcM. ir<i d. for knitting, 
crochet rmhrnidery. hairpin 
lace, d'lzen* r>f heautlful color 
transfer* Order ** you do 
rteedlcNsnrk iwiterna Only .V> 
cent' 


• 5 Lvxvmvf Miiili ShIm 

Ev«ry womow’i d«M<n a to o^ 0 
boouufvl <nwA tieia 5 tucky wo»wew 

W'll win tboM Iholimg pniw obao- 

krtohr traa. 


• N Uvtty Wmwf Cibin^tt 

VoM C4M win 0 boowtilvl wwiwg ce b lnos 
•hof wdl add groco <»d chana la 


r>fv.xTi-.i--,l An -tmpl mi r.. ’Mr. 
per* a* well u pretty • <iver uj;-. 
Sew several now for the favor- 
ites on your I'hnstmas gift !tat 
No 2456 la cut in one size 
Top Apron !'• yd*. 35-In 1'* 
yds. contrast Middle Apron, 2 
yds. 35-in. Bottom Apron, 1\ 
yd*. 35-in. N yd. contrast. 

Send 35 cents In coin tno 
stamp*, please I for pattern, 
with name, address, style num- 
ber and «ize. Address PsMern 
Bureau The Dally Colonial l*at 
icffi I)epi Pii Box 70. Pl*c»» 
d'Armc- Manirral 1. Quo. 

For flrvt clnt .1 mall Inelutie an 
extra .% ■cnt-H jici tkAttern 
The new Fall Winter Fashion 
Uorld. lust off the press, fea- 
tures all the Important change* 
In the fa*h.‘n allhoiieltc Beau 
tifully Illustrated in color, thu 
hoot brings you scor*** of easy- 
tn-sew pattern desigr.- tor all 
*ge^ and occasiorw .Send now 
for Nour copy. Price Just 35 
cents. 


ft's New/ 
tft f/ie world't mo*# 
comp/a#a/y 
ea/#Ofnafic sowing 
' machinal 


} USED APPLIANCE SALE! > 


I.ADIF>l! 
HPR( lAI. RATKN 


»«f|aen«« <wi wtaao 
J«i>f > W w««*g«rt 


< OMBINATION KANt.R — White 
ensmel I burner gsa Wo<vl and --vaI 
combination |aQ 

(Burney HfieclaJ WW«w9 

RLFciltK RANGK— f'Jsre .leweL 
cottage size electric ranire QC 

1 only Sperlsl ^9a9W 

rOMBINATION RANt.F. — 1 burner 
ga.*. coal and wonfi. m g>wk <1 >f A AC 
condition special 

RLRtTRK KA.NGK—* Moffat while 
enamel 4-burner range with AA QC 
warming oven Sperfal w9**|w 

GA.H KAN4*R — 1 only, white enamel 
‘’Ifardwirk 4 burner gaa range In 
excellent 140 QC 

condition. .^Apecial 
GAS RANOR — Royal while enamel. 
4 bnmer range In r>ew 4 QQ QC 

condition KpeHal I 

OIL BANt»K— 1 only. National f*|j 
range with day lank and 4 C HQ 
stand. fofnplefe I W»UU 


ilgim «f >«grk W f(k«»WT 


Distress of “change of life” 
relieved for most women 
in new tests at women’s clinic! 

irritstiws. Hst Plaak**. WMkw«*«, N*rv»««e»M 
9li4U«glr Is Csa* Afl«e CaasI 

A wall-known selsntut at a pound sod TabWa hare remark- 
woowD'a clinic hat reportsd rsnilts able ^ower (o rtlieve foncttonally- 
ot a last that can naean o«w rsUef cauMd dUtrsai of '*chanM of Ilfs'* 
tram discomfvt for many wowwn Ym Umbs famouamedlcines act 
sufftring tha miasriea 0 # '‘change through the aympathetk; nervous 
of Ufa'T In the tasta. ease after tjratem to relieve that dlsromtort 
^ 1 — vsa refiered including Bo why sufTer needlessly fram 
nervous symptofm. 'hoc flashM'l tha misertss of "chanfs of 
The atnung reauUsare credited Start laktn> 

roday'. Bee 

doeant «ubatde' Sea tf you cant 
wacape vusi of the auffocaUng "hot 
flaahes * that make middle life an 
a^Boa may gaC the hard to bearl Oat Lrdta R Pink- 

“ - - ham '• Vegetable Compound .or 

naw TakAKs which nava bkood- 
tmprovtng iron added. 


NKCMI 

oa twwto 


Ufa-1 
inkhara’a 
r nervoua tenalon 


The atrtktng reaulU are credited 
rahrelg (o fAe mediriae ased a 
weU-kJiown medicina you can take 
at homa Lydia Pinkham'a 
VamAabla Compound ' 

Chancea are |sw may get the 
sama grand relief with the aame 
medicme Thousands of o***er» 
have found that Pinkham'a Oom- 


Appllanres .Main l-loor 


Mclennan, McFEav & prior ltd 


I fOO OoveniineBi 9t. 


Phone i-nil 


WOODWARD STORES 

It Rays Ta iuy 

(VICTORIA) LTD. 

NatiaMliy Advartttad 

Ml Douglas At. l-7tSl 

Praducti 








M o n t • i u t 

BRIDGMAN 


• Crytlttf • Cifh 

«l| M P lw ir MW 


Sally (Colonlat Vtc<»ru, i.c^ w#4.. Oci. n. i^ss 


Diplomat 
To Speak 
To ^omen 




DELIGHT 


Buffet Din net 


SOCIAL AM) PKRSONAL 

Th^ RmpiY«4 HoipI will hold rhi* fjrii of th^ir prtpular buffrt 
dinner* Ifti* reason on 'rhur&day from 6 to 9 p m. and every 
Thuraday during Ihe winter muniha. 

Prince and Prince** Ahkha/i have reserved a table for seven 
guests ihi* Thursday evening and among other reservaiions, are 
Mr. and Mr*. T. Bailey with a Uble for sU 

Dinner music, with a concert trio forms an attractive back 


"Should We Rei“oRmie Red 
Chlha'' ' will be the sub)e«‘i ol 
an address bv Major (jenerai 
Vlilor \V Odium. t'H, CMG, 
DSO and bar. tn the Wiimen'- 
Canadian Clut on Wednesday 


A journnli.sl. soldier and 
diplomat. M i)or General Odium 
ha* bi^en vice president and 
e<Ulor of the Datl> World Pub 
lUhing Co. in Vancouver. In 
19-12 he w.is Canadian High 
Commivsiuiier In Austiaha and 
later became Canadian MinLaier 
From 1942 until 19-16 he was 
amli8*sador to China and until 
reiently hi- twen Canadian am 
ba*ador to Turkey. 


From Metr /friifigtiTV^A* 

Mj<b Bertha Boyer of Fredericton. New Brunswick, has ar- 
rived in Vlclriria In visit friends here, following a short stay in 
Vancouver. She will start on her return trip east In a few days 
and will motor via Lot Angeles. New Orleans snd Florida. 


To He$Uip in Tirtoria 

.Mr and Mrs. W. Allan Her and their two children. Rusty 
and Lesley, tomierly of Kelowna have uken up residence In 
Victoria at 5325 Cadhoro Ray road. 


Home from Europe 

Mrs D. B Pernna has relumed from a weekend In Vancou 
ver. where she went tn meet her mother .Mr* Wilfred Ord. who is 
Slaying on the mainland a few days following a tnp to Europe 

* * « 

Hprrplion After i'.onrert 
The Women's Committee of the Vlrtnria Symphony .Society 
have issued Invitations for a reception to he held at the Art Gal- 
lery on Wednesday. Nov 2. to meet members of the Amadeus 
Quartetie who will be heard In concert ai Victoria High School 
auditorium that evening 


Adam Haller 
Wed Friday 

LONDON tCPi 


A Min of R A 
Butler, chnnccllor nf the ejich«*quer 
nnd a sncmlly prominent member 
of a London banking family were 
mame<l Friday at St. Martin-m-lbe 
FVlds, Trafalgar *quare 
The grxvom was Adam Butler '.’4, 
until recently aide - dr - camp to 
(’anndian (kivernor-Gcnernl Ma.s> 
•«e> Ills father attcndi*d Ihe cere- 
mony. and a brother. James, was 
hts hi'Si man i 

The bnde was Felicity Mules- 
worth-St Aubyn. VI. 

Later there was a reception for 
fiiMi guests at Ihe Houke of Com- 
mons 


Nolhinp delights like the goodness 
and flavour of a Swift meat meal 

Tha glaaful gurgla of o happily fod boby uyi herret rhta 
wofdi, "Thu has been s uf'tdtrful meal' 

Swift's Strained Meats are snecully prepared to appeal to EUby. 
Famous for building sturdy oonev and good red hlocMi. these 6n* 
lean rnfatv are liked must oi all ls»i iIick K'VKd mumerits uf 
sHrition iha» follow eavh feeding 

There are seven varieties of Ssuft's Meats fur Babies -’pre-iookeil, 
strained creamy smtKith. ready to serve the tan Suited to 
feeding in the formica as well as Irom the spiHin. Freparrd with 
rqualcare—Swift I kgg Yolks for babies, and Salmon ^lood lof 
Babies. Buth ready to serve. 


Hentowed 

Bruce Michael were the names bestowed on the six month 
old son of Mr and Mrs R. Hugh Lyle. 11.5 Mo.ss street, at a 
christening ceremony Sunday afternoon In Christ Church cathe- 
dral. Very Rev. Brian Whitlow officiated and godparent* for 
the baby were Mi. Ivan T Peeu and Mr. and Mrs Donald N 
Stater. Bruce Michael wore an B5year-tjld chnatenlng rohe 
which had been uaetl by four generations of his paterrul grand- 
mother’s family. He is the grandson of Mr and Mi* \V Lyle, 
752 Monterey avenue, and of Mr. Robert T Margett*. 645 Moss 
street Following the christening a tea was held at the home 
of his fiarents. 


A larpc crowd cathcred al Royal Oak 
hall la^t week to honor .Mr. and Mrs. 
Merliert Haitling R»**d. 50f>] Snnla 
Clara avenue, who w»^r<» ivlohratinR 
I heir coldcn w tHlding anniversary. 
The I'otiple wt*re married !>0 years ago 
In St Anselm's rhunh. Hatch Fjid. 
F’innor. Middle^e\. Fjicland. and came 
to Canada m 1910 Fjirly In 1911 they 
settled at Royal Oak where they have 
residrwl ever since Mr. Reed Wa- for 
many .wars chief cardoner at the Pro- 
vincial f’arlinment Ruildincs and was 
responsible for laylnc out the lawns 
and flower Nwls there He has lieen 
prominent in lor-al affairs. Mrs. Reeti 


has hrsm an ardent worker in Ihe Royal 
Oak Women s lastitute since ifs forma- 
tion and is also active in Boy 5^out and 
Cub work and in Ihe Horticultiiral 
Society. There are two son.s. Mr. Her- 
Iwrt John Rtnii of Royal Oak and Mr. 
f>oiKe Beresfoid Rei»d of Uk l^ke, 
and eisht grandchildren. Special 
eutMs at Ihe rei'pption were Mr. and 
Mrs .T W Pimloii and Mr. and Mr«. 
\V J Barker who were celebrating 
their 5bth wedding anniversary. Mr. 
Pimloll proptised the toast to the 
honori'd couple following which letters 
and teiegram.s of congratulations were 
read and presentations made. 


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Hral Memorial hall at 5 p m 
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Hork from Ahroad 

Mr and Mr* C*harlea Baliam. (toodwtn *irret have rciurr>H 
from an enjoyable holiday abroad They visited relatives in Eng 
land. Ireland. Scotland. Walea and the tale of Man. and alao -pent 
wime Ume In Pan* Back In t.'anada they stayed in .Montreal and 
from Ctahawa drove to New York City tn ivee niere* and also 
relatives In Milwaukee They eanharked for lw»me at Seattle after 
being avLay four and a half month* 


Your own baby'a ahoea 
bronxod to last always 

Each ahoa 


(■n hihf V ihoes bronred »'th 
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**r i' n m»* V«>u miv h*vf >um 
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Tuflav vend t«o aolliri inil 
i*t> Uhelt Irotn meact Ira 

Habiei or Junutev (ogerher »ith 
eaih shoe to he Wonae-t, to 

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fir. and Mrs. Lynn Thoiv 
To Reside in Vancouver 


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\ounfi Traveilers Return 
Mii.* Iona Stovvart and Mi*a Joan Mutcheson have returned 
to the city after an Interesting trip which lot.k them through Ihe 
Bniish Isles, the I-ow Countnes. Germany. Switzerland. Austria. 
Italy, France and Spain. Fjnbarklng at Southampton In the New 
Amsterdam they Miied for New York, croHaing into Canaila to 
hoard the New Canadian at Montreal on their way home High- 
lights of the 6 months hitch hiking trip were the performance of 
• .Maclieth' at Stratford on Avon with Sir Laurence and Lady 
Olivier, and atlendancr at a bullfight at Barcelona The girls were 
accompanied by Iheir fellow-laboratory technician. Miss Bidty 
Shepherd'of Wesd Vancouver who traveled west by way of Salt 
Lake City, I'lah There will be a reunion of the three travelers 
here early next month- 


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Meals for Babies 


\'.inrouvr'' i« the future 
ht'me of Mr snd Mi*. Lvnn 
Christie Thow. who wa« mar 
ruul m the ouiet duuhiering 
reremi-nv at ttie home of the 
bride'* parent*. Dr and Mr* 
Lloyd McNtveti. .S20 Falkland 
road. 

Rev W G. Wilson. DD, p*T 
formed the marrlHge In the 
picture hay window funked by 
standard h««Kets of while 
gladiolus, pink spray chrysan 
themam.* and pink ramations. 

Traditional wedding music 
was played by M^- J Robcrio 
Wood and at the couple signed 
the regBtei. .Mr. U'ood sang 
'The Lord's Pruver " 

The hnde. the former Mis': 


.Margaret Joan ‘Peggy Me- mi|» m woo! luvtre grev and 
Niven, clio‘-t- a siui of imported white coiifetti tweed trimmed 
tissue tweed fr*mi Peehle.* of with black velvet Her hat was 
'^roMatid fur her wetldlng cos- m the same shade of grey and 
lume A realiicr of mi>i green she carried a boui]uet of feaih- 
trimmed her brown hat an‘1 her ered Kokomo carnations, 
accessories were also brown and The groom had hla brother 
grtv'n. fir, Mi-Niven gave hw Mr ian Thow hs best man and 
naughter in marriage Mr Bill Sturrock acted as 

Ml •- Betty M- Niven who was usher, 
her Mster'. only attendant, wore Mr. James Miller proposed 
a l>»uis .‘-J< hrier dressmaker the toast to hi* niece at the 


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A miscellaneous shower honomtg Mrs. Barry Roe the former^ 
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to the bride on arrival, while her mother. Mrs Robert Smith and 
Mrs. Cliff Rae. mother of the groom, received pink and white 
caniationa en corsage. A "cart" decorated In autumn colors held 
the many pretty gifts. Refreshments were served from a lace 
covered lahle centred wiih mange dahlia* flanked by lighted 
green candle* The Invited guest* al«o Included Mr*. J Smith, 
Mr*. Cliff Pearson. Mrs. R Sl*ce>, Mrs. Roy Pearson. Mrs .M 
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Producer Warns 
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About ^Attacks’ 


s ;> i\, ^'-rnrwi ss mertmm U he wsm*i to ^j*eik through 
A :n the nmeni •l^^|lu^e, hop he <a'UJ have lo m*ke the 
I Uimeh htm as her owrt hr«i overture She rtoet not 

SMKIT I*<>4( IIINti promise. howe\er, to turn him 

KeremU. however, "mivlium w j » 

A th,t • B ' , J*’' 

hM „l.n ho,n r.lllnE Smith 
VVinri down (iom the spirit 


NKW YORK <rPt- Arthur Oodfroy Ttit^day fir<»d 
hiA former right hand man, Producer Larry Pui k, and 
two others. 

Put k had fallen from favor with the bos* last 
December when he hetnme engaced to Marion Marlowe, 


Ciodfrey fired in April. 

The other employee^ who got 
the AAe in >he laie-il of a Aeries 
of i»udden shakeups in Godfrey’* 
radio And leleviston family were 
ferr\ Hte«.ler musu'al rondurior 
.if TAleni .S<*«»ut* and annoum-er 
George Hryan Purk had been 
i-o produ.-er of Talent .Scout*. 
ij'».lfre> * evenfng program. 

The iliMmiAHal.s followed mut-h 
the ime pattern of surprise 
whlrh a.-eomitatiied-^he firing of 
16 other “lltlle (iodfreys " The 
mo>'l spe. lariilar was that of 
linger .Jiihu* La Ro^-a in Octo- 
ber. 19'.1. La Ro»ia was d'-- 
mi*‘-u’d during a television pro 
giam with no noibe 

I^Ui'k <»e«led his d<Mim when 
he amtoun.-ed hla eiigageinenl, 
a soitrre riose to the (Godfrey 
programs said. The sultry 
>flss >larlowe was ftred by 
tiodfrey on last April 15 and 
married Pink on >lay 4. 

Puck's duties w ill) the i Godfrey 
family have been whittled down 


preset ves infunaied "medium 
A who romplained hltierly in 
How .ltd 

Howard Iwdleves be has the 
quarrel residved for the mn- 
iiieol. "^ledlum R" has prom 
I'mhI she wtit not make the 
first move toward ctmtacllng 
Kouth Uind. 


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International Intrigue 


now m vre.. ..or rs, «.o 

U. ~rlni-. ITmnlnKrr , 

M^,r.phrd An.ltn,.T. 

"It is haid to understand why grounds that it 
>ou make these hasty, mac- and ob>.rene. 
curate, irresponsible sfatemeni*. "phe state supre 
i-OMdily since De<ember when un)e«- sou are trvlng m get the h.in 

tiodfrey let him go a.v producer puhllriiy the easy way by at- censorship law, 
of the morning ahow but kept larking HoU>wf>od” . 

him on for the Talent Stouts r^_s|,|{v|.;.S flKf IsiON* gave^no r^>n*^l 

program. „ ^ * re*s«ni i 

This was kind of strange.' Preminger said he was reserv- the .tale i-oiirt s 
the informani -“d, "he, .uM* it mg decision on what legal steps merely riled ihi 
.T- onl> »in,rtU -’-’jore iro-jhi ?,^ke but demanded derision two year 

mat i;odlcev had described Pu.K '-ommissinner refrain the New 5ork « 

as the mo-si valuable man 1 ^^om J^uriher attacks on his (he movie -The > 

nave ms nrgani/aiion. ' i'*’? '!'? The high court I 

The ^al.J that Btesler Arm. until U is finished and ^ 

was given Ihe heave ho because publitdy shown. reiigu.i;; grounds 

he :,od A. led «'• piano ac.om- “Kven after that I urge you that a I’on.sorship 
panist rtfuJ arranger for Mi-- lo renwln strictly within the .letine clearly !h 
Marl'.we ID her night jurlsillrilon of your office A,s*ne '' 

cjig aJier tjodfrey fired whi«-h ar-cwdiiig to my inf«»r- 


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Phone 3-4111 8 a.m. to 8 D.m. 


Phone 3-4111 for Colonist 


if^ Ballg (Solonist I.C., Oct 26, 165S 


Complete Radio Program for Wednesday 


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Morn.as Caorart 


Srs* 

Tin* o r«Ms 
Bt.lf Braas* 
•>l.« Brass* 


Mrs*. Bsort* 

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Nrsi CMirka*lrbtr 

riorkaa't-htr 


o*v* aoi Bb«>s 
Hrv*. mu Bh«v 
toria* Mis anaa 

Mas* Out Lanaarto 
Oar Lamkards 

hHiiarstft t. i.idat 

H*u>rsirr M <!«*« 


• av Nrsi <knia 

• II' Dr Saul 

k to Boa* »f Ifanarlas 
til Wha An I 


Wrnsi W4**»n 
B*f k.t«*t Wita 
Hr'an trmi 

Nrsi 


0**lh*. Puaaral Malta** sat aa« 
aaadisf IS Unca. II Ik Dm isMitUs 
ssd ilkk wtonaist tssiatisa* 
tot h akkiUasal Us* Ua tot lr 

U tk* ariirt at as *rr*r aaearrtBi 
^ UsBiiilr at IS* OsUt Calsaul 


BiM* Brass* 

Mill* llrtisru 

Tas T'jn* Tin* 

^uf looioarka 

M**i Nnfnrmabfri 
Ran*mak*r* Bn«s 

8 am*f«4Km fho* 
arntmakarr Bbs* 


N**i tor'hkar* 

Plan* Mrod • 

Utsir Lraf Jiutetlaa 
Mv Lmni 

Mrs* rortariHlt* 

TMar'* Hii* 

Tof^ar’* H'U 

»kA-D*t 


Nrsi Caah Clu** 
rtib rii»** 

C*th C1u«* 

C*rh Ctu*« 


dryland fir 

N|> 1 tViu* a* Iir ta || i 

*»<-fUr«l Irtr f^Tn*.-* *|v 

It;**.*/* liu»r*ni>r* n*i 
sa’rr Br*(tr m a>4tn Nma 


Boas al Lit* 
Ma Nrkia* 

Dr M*lsF* 
Oatktsa Utbi 


Rassr Oanr 
IHps* Oaat 
Man Arottfld Rn< 

K«>r AJUas 

Btodr/itfirn Bt 


Ik II i.*i • 6a to BaioB i 

It ba N»st Walir i Mtad 
II II T*i*aui* 


Nasi LaSTTfir* Walk 


I*tlr1»rn ot % 


*nt Aiajri Br«sa 


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c'haei* 


*r» iiMina Oft tap af ib* sorts 


Br.(b( Boat 

N*s* Mri.vlir* 
KidSiri Karaiiw 

RiJll'ii Ran it«i 

firsi Araantf tfimta 

Kmim *r Miiiia 
H>M>a bI Muile 

fti UuB*< 

Bau»a ol Mbttt- wrs * 

laa* II Ka*t 
rat* II Baaf 
lak* il taat 
>1 aait 


Dsn. li.Ak »*r taaaruaft 

adsiUftsai Its* lia tolly 

lyUtkB 0» PP^CAT IOM 

TS* VWUria Prvaa LlS *naU sat 
ba liAbla Isr sas-isaartioa af asy 
sk«*rtl*a**a» baraok ta« anmai 
»*i < far aseb aB*aftii*m *s1 

Ati «laia* at arrsr la ssattaatiss 
absU ba nak* suBis It baan 
Isaras/tar ass It sat *a nas* abAli 
sal U tasAttotak M* aiftin siu ba 
sUasak tar nar* tsaa aa* laearrsii 
isaaniaa aar far arror* aat affm> 
tft* IS* falsa af ts* a4«*ru**naat 


ItM Naaa Prar’and a 
13 11 frraLaaeh 
13 tk Nrvt wrxnar 
13 tl < Luncbabn Btnkionf 

I so B*si Ik * Day 
I II Aunt Mart 
I >k II I H« Ll*<nt 
1 41 I Tea Tuat TTraa 

t to bfk< Sil tor*Osa 

1 1* Si» i>i. rin* 

3 M BtU* O'CaSDar 
* tJ Hira* ton* 

I M Cchina ts* Ulank' 
1 11 raUibk ih* Ivank 
IM Catliai th* l>iaad 
I tk Cailiaa is* laiana 

4 to Prr.1 I Ctuhbftui* 

4 l> K"S I CTUBhnwa* 

4 to M'*lth*-N«.y 

4 41 Meat tbrNavy 

1«S Nasi ||;i PtickT* 
1 IS Hit l*ara^ 

I le Traortta* (rai* 

111 ' Naa* Sinru 


I CCBDB 


TMB MAtIXTTD BOOKBHOf* 
141 Pad 8i 3. 1 


Naa*. HU Ptrak* 
Your RU M*r*d* 
Naaa BpsM* 

Hosi* sltn Msriis* 

NfSi Jutt* Rat* 
f Ola* Ho** Sbos 

Julri Bom Bhss 
Jain Bou Bbfts 

Naai falM Kata 
Muiiaal Psar 
Skill* canlvr 
Skki* Caalkr 

Hast Priatl* Bh«s 

Norni Prtaclr BLns 
Ntrn Prlatla IISi;* 
Norn PriaRlr 8>>as 

Nawi PrtBflrSbns 
Moral Priniir Bb«« 

ftl . .M 

K.kdif Kapar* 

Mas*, rs* Bharilt 
rh* ehariff 
Nrsi. Tb« BBariD 
TS* Bbarift 


Mas ask to* Man* 
N*s« Btioaraa* 

M* rsi B*SBkC*M 
P sfM Ma rina M*st 

AftarsMS Coftctri 
AltfmMB Cancm 
Aftaraasa Caaerrt 
Atir'naon Csncart 

a C Brhoal Broakr*>t 
BC. tobMi Brsakcatt 
• •an* l.'at.ao* ik*i 
l7an* -CkB* da Mat 

TrsiU'Csaak* Wai* 
Ti*M C*ti»S* Mat 
Ptoiilabl PafnniM 
TMayi Muaie 


Noat 

C»rtt koUf 
CM Houtapsrty 
CBS Houtapaiiy 


Nbs* 

Naoi 

pBUtinr Prrktrich 
PsoM.' MeUr* 


l4*Bi. Wraihar 
Bhv’hm P*‘» 
RSribn P»l* 
Bhrchn P»t* 

Nrsi Oarkraana 
Ma P*rkint 

Bnak a( > it* 

Rat* Altk*D 


SEMl-DRY CEDAR 

r»t*;.»r,i Inr t -.*11 k nd, 
:an»-;fra*8 •• «iisiinarr all 
Sum and ruubUb Hradr la f 
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t CQRD* _ „ ISM 

BONE-DRY FIR 

In 15 lanc'h* hand la* i*A 

• n «*BUui4 •ltd • 

I AoKti tie Ok 

B*l4iar u*u»*itr» •> siuuti 
ttirn-.siiok 


Arthur Oakfrry 
AriAut Ootfrra* 
AriSut Oaktrey 
ArlSui OokDtf 


Rifiu Vo HaoalaaM 
sv*.>B Oaua* 

V*<ma Wisaa* Brava 
Pfgpar Tsuiii 


Anhui Ookirta 
Arthur poktrei 
Ru!b ArFloft 
Lasrmr* u*:k 


LYNCH Sddsaai* m Vlrtcria oa BtLSS 

pit 3J till Sdsiril L>nrn. aa>k 
■3 r*B > of ]Joi BUivltard Bt CAIRO COP 
M* karat spa Min fWdr Jahn stair 

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t«i' <ao luf.r* Mix tk ala J. I- 
I iirh ul Vidurt* and Mai Of Calf* 

W,nnip*k Man Thr lai* Mr i COOPBR 
Llti'h s** iraaauiar «l fiiM - * - 

Unitrd t'hurrh ■cd • nrmnrr 
nf Virtarta Norib Kiwtart Clun 
PuaaraJ m^u«i traa> M<C*ll 
aro* Floral Ponarai Cbat>*i oa 
piunda* Orl 17 at 3 pm. Rr* 

A I Huiin* alftciaiint iMtr* 
nrat ts Royal o*k Bur'ti Park. 

*t MUnM 

tsndiRf Book* on to’ufdai 
Of* 31 IIM tomufl C*'vin Mt*- 
rwii Born in Oa(*ria Hi* lair 
Mr Marrimt had n*»n * rr> ■ 
daiit af Bnoa* for mr i>o*t B'O* 

>a*r« arinr 10 mitiea in in* 

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B*ik for laanv vrir* Hr inr** 

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at fioia* tan d*>tcn<*r* Mr» K 
Jnhntftn to Palmdai* Cat and 
Mri P C*ra*|lf in Vlr'erli 


WomsB la Mv ilauaa 

Caud* Bftinr* 

ld>n» Raniirr 
Lon* Raafrt 

TM»r, Bark Ihf’clurk 
Tu>n Bait trt< Clmk 
Huiai far Ptia 
An Batar 

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CumwutBr'a Bprcial 
Crmmuiir a siki >al 

Cnnimuifr'* Bpteiaj 

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toock*. Waaiaar 
kimri Priaiads 


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Rr I Wlut* and Blua I | i| 

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Poiif Out ol Pit* I SO 

Pour Out af Pi»* 1 ti 


Clu> Lomna'do 
Tin* 04t 
ITm* 0«t 

Itousts raa ..tadoa 

ObJtasiTaa’ Uafi** 
llni>«si«a» |B« 
Haswasirr* faa 
B>io NrrSuU 

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Has* Oa«td Pa«* 
tum luisoft 
Prtnk Ooaa 

•port*. Mule 
Loaau 1lion<B* 

Amo* n Andy 
Amm a ASdr. 

P R I P**r* aad 

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lark (Srana Mtuis 
Jack CarMo Bh'rs 

Tretir**** Brnl* 
Tfrnru** Kinia 
Inhnr.v Dollar 
B.ft* i.'rovBy 

Bsao a' Bhoa 
0*1* Pa|* 

S'i[u*ni B«i<ii* 
M-ar.iin' Ba iii* 

World Pinai 
D«nr* Tim* 

Oaaro Tits* 

Oa'>r* r>w* 

Danra T'na* 

Dan. r T 1.# 

Uorw* Tima 


Taka It C*>y 
Taka a toy 
Hau*a Pans 
Muileal Yar.rly 


rapraadstaiivo* 
mrd Casadiaa 


Todny* Mans 

Todar* U-i*ia 
Plana Ptayin* 
w**t Africa Ltfrnda 
Mra * 

Rfllft* Nrs> 

II • PiTf'tnirtf 
It ♦ Pirr-tniriy 

P*ShM# 

Divfrtrmrnio 

Oirtnawrnia 

Intr* IS Wad m«ht 

CRC BaUosAJ Mas* 

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Nr*« ramr 
TTltis* Isr laSM 
Thrill# r.)f rrrac 
E*«r LUl*nls( 


_tAatm CasAds raproaraiatlT*. 
W a Aaalla * C*.. 11 Toroaia 
BtraaL Tbrasto Oat 


Naa* Btartina 

•‘.aitim* 

Burttma 

■tftrtiRi* 


UPPN rVININOB PBRPBCT PIR. 
manaou for parttcular sanol* 
Hilda Brauiy Bhoo 3-dtll 


' BONE DKY FIR BLOCKS 


WRAT (B fODR POBrniriT 
P:nd sot trnn Madam Aurs 
Ca/r* CiUI** BtMp opooaHa H B C. 


RepUet to private box 
numbers may only be 
obuined from the down- 
town ofiice of Victoria 
Prets Ltd. at 121S Broad 
Street. 


F • > I ir'rft.ri* 

>*■? LUI*0ll>a 
ka.r Li*<*nina 
C*.« Ltkirii t a Nava 


Nr««. Tr***: 

LiMi* Trarrl MualB 
1 .’«|* Traial M j.ic 
Uin* I laval Mu«U 


AND SLABS 

1 Cord $8 00 

2 Cords .... $15 00 

1 Cord Ploner Ends $7,00 

COD OltDBRB ONLY 

MILLRUN 

SLABS AND BLOCKS 
^ DRY CEDAR 
^ 2’ j CORDS $4 50 

2 Cords Solit Wood $10 

IDEAL SAWDUST FUEL 
CO. 

302 Dovid St. 

2-4622 

STOP! !! 

LOOK NO FURTHER 
THIS IS IT 

dryland 

FIR WOOD 


k kO Caa*an*a 
I 11 CaiaiiBt a 
4 Id Nrs. • 

• 41 QuilCub 

7 ak Quu nub 
Til O'urCiua OUnaa 
Tin BtrairnMi 
T tl ' Jamoora* 

a Sr » 4i ('riat 
lll>Chr*aut PrvaiN* 

■ la c*n«d:an .rort* 

1 41 Raundup 


rYRRBLLB BBAinY BALON 
*aa Counaay Birwi Ptiona l*kkJi 


Bsbi'ikhi Rriifv 
1 '« Pr*i*i 
To n* AnnnuO'rd 
Tn R* A I<n*i jB>-ai| 

rh*t H'lni rr 
P'ltbrr Mroaa 
Ttuih or 
Cnn*ro’i*ni*r* 

Nasi al (h* Wofli" 
Man * *4Miiir 
C*'llr*t Omr Bisj 
Ooiln* C^i* BksI 

Tii.i Mri Ynur Lifa" 
Vij On lp,j III* 
Mn« c for L •lamna 
Uuuia and UnaiiOt* 


Mti**innri ol Matftdy 
Nasi MUMtam* 
Milariftoa* of Utiody 


Nra* Boon* Dank 
Mil* Baliatr BaUronn 
Naa*. M B Batlrrem 
M*k* Brlki* BftiUaon 

N**« M*at|ia* 

M*k» RrUav* Baiiraan 
Lin*r*r* 

Ubaia.a 


TMB BOOK CXCHANOR 
Oaidra aiPtodoia and 111 Coot et 

KlUlltBT CABR PBTCtS PAJD 
far dsed aaad eloihink l-Uli 


Mas* la*** C'-n* 
r'*«b rSi,M 
T*k* It Prnm Hrra 
Taka It Prom IWr* 


Ad>*niura* »| 

Prao* Rara 
Paret Paltb 
Commodor* Prrtant* 


BIRTHS 


LADIES! ! 

BRtU.pl'L 

HAIRCUTTING SERVICE 

'A nABfT> 

to rCARB A HAIRORCBBBM 

FIRTH OF FORT 

AU B'l;* Cgillftk. Cantnurrd 
toll# • and I* US pout BfRKrr 
• to 1 It DAILY aftd BATURDAYB 


Hast O'lidosr Sports 
Tai Oslnidti 
B«ra Daoca 
Bara Dane* 


DOOB-Boto la Rita aad Kav'ltod* 

>af* Hu4tao> Cuahann iioaa. 

Otb|*a R C . at to Ji»**pb • 

HMpUat Oft On u. 111! a 
4au|bi*r I Ibf 1 oaa 


Nrs* eVa M'k# 

Pair 0‘ir»u.in Mail* 
icMM* Raundup 
Boorta RoiiAdao 

A«.if»in.i ■- 1 Ahmad 
Bd ii» P ner 
V>b' \> at*.* 

Vie Water* 

Mas* l"j.ind Mum* 

riag*ra><>« 


h*** I 

r*. ' A «i« I 

rdd.* Cantor 
Rdd.a Canine 

P.*rbau*a af Pa«ati«*s 
Pltlbni*** of Pavn'llaa 
Wny Do Thay ih h 
Un» On Tb*y Do It 

Naa* I 

U iria Uu Dtaamiaa 
Cto* of EHy 
Chat>*< Cilia** I 

Nrs* Bssn* O^k 

Murirr at Miiiount 
Murdvr ai M .luiibt 
Oaf aitb Boh 


Mas*. UaiM 

Mrmari** in Muala 
Mrmarip* :n Uu*ia 
Mtarori** in MualS 


1 Ok > Prva* Cnafarasea 
a 5k ■ Pr»<< Cn*>f*p*nes 
1 >4 B.'B'k M-i.*vm 
1 tl Dlark M'r«*nsi 

I* to Nrs* w*athyr 
10 II Rniai v-.ii Raporl 
Ik 41 Lai* n*'a 
10 41 Lsi* Daia 


OLFNOINNtNO Ri.ra (0 rapt and 
Lorn* (ilfBdinniad >m* 
Jun* Ri<i«snnd' a avn sn o* 
]J in lb* Oittss Civic Miiap<-*: 

RaRTNFU Bern la Mr and Mra 
P O HanaaK aOk Dnuaia* 
R'r**( *1 tl Jos* oft a Knapitnl 

Oft aaiurday Oti 11 toil a mn 
Adrian TTioms* a brs’.tifr far 
0*ra«ry and 3*rom* 


• A>*»’r ■ 

Naa • 

Bm*r*en Praaaai* 

Arrhllari* n| 
Modnn TSeutht 

Midaiim CMum 
Midniabl Caaaart 
Midoifbt Coararl 


N*s* Wrarhfl 
Mi'uaf Pant 
Houa* Party 
Hou*a Pany Bporta 


Victono 

2-2832 


BrnMiRlaa 

Nrat th>*beiua 
B'll W an) * Uoahnoa* 

Bi'i War-.'i OaaSoua* 

_*ii.i W*i*ji Dnai.uu^# 


IJkO Naa* Mrort* 

1i !1 niarli-bt ■aipoad* 
n >0 Btar1i«htB*r*n*d* 


Mast Haiu* Parly 
Ruuaa Party 
Rotu* Party 


YORK 

BEAUTY 

SALON 

New Location 
CENTRAL 


MrKkV- In Vlrl>-ria an Oct 34 
lOftl. Hnbrrt MiKar aard 7* 
yrar*. ol 1541 Natih Dairy fload 
bnra in lr*l*nd and a raitdant nr 
Vuisru for in* pa«i 43 y»ari II* 
tea*** hU Sit*. Mary *l*n niMf* 
and nrpbas* H* ••* • mmitwr 
"f it»* LOOM fnr o»*f 3k yaar* 
Pgnrral *>r«i*«4 frum MrCail 
Rrm ror*! Piukrat Chaps; «« 
Pri«*f. 6«1 u ai iM. Re* T O 
ariffiilia nffiriaun* Cr«maUoa 

ROBIMBON 


fVi”f»M Was* 


Album at eta# ver 


UA.NTEO 
ftlALE HELP 


WA.NTKD— 
FEMA1.E HELP 


MAIN Barn Is Mr and Mr* John 
I Mala 331k Cunk Pi . ftn Ort 
33 at SI Joaaph a Heai/ 'at. a 
aon. Nsll Bdsard a brothtr lor 
David Boibt* and (ir«« 


16 SITIATIONS 
WANTED— FE>IAI.E 


19 lit SINRSS srnVK EH i9 PKOtP>MO.\AL 

SERVICES 


tXPCRICNCVO BfAMBTRCeB 
saniad Touni soman tally *1- 
nanvncfd In r*pairtn« and altarina 
tantto *M swn* ilBi^ TS« 
opanme uflrr* *«rai:»nt oppuriunit* 
for adraiicrniatil la brad af da> 
panmeal Pl**-day s**k aad aood 
rtanm* *alary Apply is paraon lo 
Mr O L Cartfr Individual Dry 
Claanrrt 113k iton Bir**t 


RKMUntO BY CONBTRCCnON 
< I in V I i.iaK) air>. unlani an* 
lau 111) pacliiuft nC nrfit* nstnagar 
Mt tow i^oy«e Ms*. S* pnanrrj 10 
• arc OiKX'riuiu r atu>* tat taiary 
•d«*.<rpm*ni Pkitd apply, aiacini 
**» maii:*l tiat-j* *a|»rnfn<r* and 
anw-iuon it Bat 17M Vletaria 


POeiTlON Ai IlOt'StKBlCI'RB^ 
Biiddla ar'd. toed cant. But 1711 
Vlriaria Pr*** 


ININVAIJIBi-rNT aOMBk 


KP.YB err UXTU LAWN MOW 


trviMAN Bft*ft In M' and M-| 
• RadkBtan. )l3t Obtimnn* Atr . 
on Mend**. Ort 14. >»U al 
Rft>*t Jubllaa l|n.ft,>*| • (ftH 

T ‘A* U o«* Think* le Dr 

B'iffAS 


MOUSKrtBANINO, DAY OR UOUfl 


aiMd •* 4i>«ra..>»pd 

infl I* All rnu'.sn fi-r 
H*a lar piompl and 
VI'* |ilin>i* 


Own touipokm 4-7*1 k 


Caraat Broad *nd Yi*s 

THE HOLY LAND 

IN HArURAL COLOR BLIOrs 
Prf*fni*cl With ribiarniiry by 

Mr. and Mrs Eorl Kennell 

of k**tiir. WaihlBc'kn 

CRYSTAL GARDEN 
LOWER BALLROOM 

Tu**d*y Natrmbrr I ilkk • no p ■ 
Aumiainii 7li 


In Virtoria on Ort 33. 
>■11 Parry Piratbam Roblnxm. 
af Ilk Itamar Road. af*d tO 
yr»r* H* u •orvivtd by bi 
•'•* ftr'a, thra* dauabUrA 
M<< {frrard Mnrui lOrar* B*v- 
•ri*y> nf Mu!t Qu'bar, Mr* a H 
'P' tibaih' Lnk «f Bail Lanimg. 
M.'b and M>m Jnan d*Lanr*v 
Rni'ln.'m of Chi'aan tli , liv* 
n«nd(hlliTr*n. *1*0 a brnthar da- 
i.anrrr Altair* Roblnton in Tn- 
raatn. Om 

Punatil ktylir* from MrC*JI 
Rfoi • Pun*fa> rh*p*I «n Thu*»- 
dav 0*1 2T. al 1 3k • SI R>* 

Canon Rnbrrl Wiiii* sfflrlai<ni. 
Cr*aailnn pi»a«* amil f.'asrr*. 


I» BUSrs'B&S SERVICES 


LONQ-BSlABLlsnEO IITTU OAR- 
dan atrvu*. Uadaraoint. rockserl. 
(aaiftifnao'* Laso iprcia.lata *a- 
p*»r»?ieM »*o. l5s*ii prie** Koui 
nr roniri/rt Bara#r t*kl34 alivi 
k 3-AJ2i 


SOOKE DRY WOOD 


iM-kRT-Bftfti in Mr and Mr* A 
Smart m*e Brfnrd' Ml Cnm*r- 
fntd Bl, *' to Jnaepb a l*n»p«>al 
na Oct Ml tilt a t»>- ■lanir* 
Andrva >k IIm 3** n* < Thank* 
Is Dr Rontrin Mnot* J*s 
paaar* pt**-r rip* 


OPPORTt/MITY TO LBARN MUL- 
•I'lih dJchrV'OB and krorral nf 
I r* prp.rdur*. ***d 13-11. junior 
m*'n-u]j'ti»n fMuoad tn intw* 
idybflram'nt PJra** ahen* par- 
aennni d'uarlinant 1-4131 iar *p* 
pn<Rim*i ! 


KXCBU.BMT O P B N I N a FOR A 
lady HI o«tr Rr*. K*lni* •*;** da- 
partmam Wuat he *«D*rDnt*d la 
all branebra nf rant **iai* Firct- 
data oppsrtmmy fur a lady slib a 
■end paraonaUty Apply in taali- 
drnr* In A Prrnard « C* Ltd. 
•31 Pert au**< 


SOOKE DRYLAND 
FIR MILLWOOD 

Park *>an* and Ibrj.la him** 

2’ 2 cords .... $14 00 
2 cords $12 00 

Ito . DRY FiH MUJW.voD 
I e.iid . IIIOQ 

empire FUEL LTD 

TI* PaMlura A 

*** •••«*# 34 -T 


■MiTH Rnrn in Mr and Mr* V 
A Bmtin IMk Tasnl*v 8i . al 
61 Jnaepti • HuaplUI. 0*1 34. a 

boy '(tlllbera' 


AMBtnoUB rODNO MAM AS 
a •l•t«n! In *bel*Mle appliaoci 
OppnrtunlUn for *d- 
iiiai* •■* aupratma. 
eutnMf. Boi 


Char*tt K' 

THOROUom.t~r X p'x RVxvr XD 


suiT.kBiJt PDA WIDOW wrm 

kflkail p*n*lon. ronsi and board and 
•om* r*mun*raii*a. Lot* of frra 
MB* la ra'urn tor eoBpanlonahla 
10 •amt iB*tlid aad Uini duu**. 
Shu* hutSand sorta ^yfrr *onir- 
on* noi over middl*-*a* Puriliar 
IBrormatina phone 3-llU bt^srro 
lam and I p a* 


dcpariBint 
»»n-rm*ft« 

*tP*n*> C# . •■.n.ur 

1714 Vii'lai^ Prraa 

IP TOV ARC INTCRrrrBD IN A 
«al*« Mivar wiin a lutui* and 
• Kb to usd lb* aiurariuniiy thAi 
I bay*, pivib* G*or<* Mtllar to! 
1-3131 at 1 om aharp “ 


EVANS. COLEMAN & 
JOHNSON BROS. LTD. 

Per BaUdsuak and ebevvi Wor« 
•kd WHAAP BT- PBO.NB t'.klll 


APAlKKI.INn Bern la Mr and 
Mr* D P Bprinkllne »li Dar- 
win Read, at ts* Royai lubil** 
HoapHa) *B Oct 34 lati. a 
dautbiar. 3uiM Asa. • lb*. 14 
aa*. 


L-VNUSCAPUfi) 


HOCKWORA. 
K*n Vaadrrvaldk, 3-T3T3. 

OAROrNB CIAANCD. RZ.NOVATCbl 

CMkaert ate S-aisi alur 1 


lassi 


WRRB Parted asay in Ylrinria 
^ Oclabar Idlh. 1111 Hanry 
A . v«*id - Wabto aard *7 

"# TM Blanthard Straat It* i* 
i’ • ‘'ol^r Mim Amy 
i? •"•land and a napliaw. 

W Wabk of VicietiB 

"^rirlrea sill b* bald »n -rOIW 
lb* Thomaen Punarai llii'n# na Faaiii 
TTiur»d*y Ortobar 37»h 1**3 *t 31 

^ Oakley of D.ab# 
:!5 *ii!*.*- roH«*d by Iniarmani in aitr*« 


Avolor Beouty Salon 

lOpauira Abeva Kry***'*i J-kia 


CTRMNBYS AND PIRFFLACU 
^lU and rvpairad i-M3k 


APR AMT ATOM RCPRSSrNTATIYB 

0h» siU T*'wmru>i;'i von la mi 
Ayaw manttar she sUI thaw vn>j 
has tba Avan aarniDt owpartumiy 
can Mnatli ysu. full or uart tin** 
Pben* 4-Tm nr sru* SIM *>ait 
Btrsat. Vietorta 


a co.yuNo events 


DEATHS 


DRY LAND 


Maavy bl 


Vorieiv Wood Products 

m KINOriON BTHrST 
1*31 rvamB*y 3-ttSt 

laBrcNTpRa 


PULLT BXPCRtKMCBD BOOK- 
kregar rtovlrv'f imsiediataiy Reply 
la srlUhk rtatlBk •** aiparirne*. 
oianial *(aiu*. ate. te Bei 14M. 


lb* Colsaod Ccmaiafy 


HILLCREST FUEL 


7 FUNERA L OIRECTOKS 

Sands Mortuory Ltd 

■» rhlmaa' 

Sends Funeral Chooel 
__mpwer ■ c pronp 41* 

CHAPLIN’S FljNERAr 
CHAPEL 

W* Invite yno in *«k nf iwr <mi' 
— - yaniant pavkaatit elan 
•to Qua dra Btraat 4-.11M 

McCALiTbROS^ 

”Tha Ploial Punayai Cbaper 
Maatlnt *y#ry rtiuirtmtnt for arace- 
<ul I'.bgia la a medarn Mttinc 
■4* 0 vascouv ih gryrr 4- J* > i 

Thomson Funerol Home 

B*L Pormrriy of Wiaoipai 

0**rc* paler ThoateB 

IM* A ^ Dyiok 


P R A M 1 N a PINIVTIMO COW- 
(rart* aictara Map* kitrb** aab> 
In*;* M ABSVll 4-Mlli B Bald 

MF.'^BKMOKRB WANTKD APPLY IN BTSMOORAPHCR POR VICTORIA l-lTTk 

branrb af Canada-sid* ia«urartr* 

•dJarUne company AU ampinva* 
banaflU Par •ppcMBtaunt call Mr. 

Peitana 3-kT4J 

KZPCRrCNCXD erKMOORAPHA. 
trkutcad MBA BrsaflE* Apply 
ofiir* mkiraiar. J M Wood 
Wnipr* ie«) Yate* 


n»y. 4-tfl3 D*y «r nl*ri 

Immediate DeIn 

r>nv ihAiny pir 

UjJtCl) HUH PlAKf 
IT !■' knalha *ed >rT« • 
Ou*rani«*d loe*. t r «r 

menai bark 

2 PV* t.ar«* - , 

Curd* N . 


MAT I R OF UKVICB TO YUDF 
-lean iatt, rrawrnayia rslltbla 
IOMMV (lARXXK |.t;T3 
Paerihanrai aoanaiiLt and p*int*r 

Ilk CP KOOU8 PAPKRCO. PAIMT- 
tnt bruab tr 40rty. «turca stiar. 
proattd Pr*a •*um«t** I-3U7 

D BmyCba 

PLABTtR PATCMINd AMD TIX- 
• ur* saut a tpecial'y Olobc 

4. 3PM 


K J ADKIAN AUKNCT 
311.741 Yatat 


l-41tl 

•41 l*CRSO.\AL 

‘^AN6 mYMO 08--COM. 
fidantitl lorermaUm ter m*n an* 
«*0 aM^ylce Pbona 

1-0411 


WA'iTCD - PAt 
Mia* ability an 
4-3244. I-KJ4 


CARPSMTBR BCPAIRS ALTfRk- 
I'ona >«Rieat aad laarri 3-ktot 
n PiKall 

PRAMtNO, PTMIBH(Nd~ COMTTIAC- 
lnra_ BpectaUsed reef and 
enc k- PbcB* T-nii 

KBTIMATTR OLAOLT~OIVE.N"df4 
top iuaiity rsmrviruiA* and r«- 
pa<ra Mara pannint, 3-IP»4 

POR KTTClitM CA8IKrTB~ AMS 

i lbtt inUriOT aitaraiioa* aaa*uR 
I A Mmob. 1-30*1 


0HCTT - MBTAL MPCHAMIC POR 
tenarai »be*i-m*i*l sork Apply 
C3k Brnukhtitn 


COLWOOD FUEL 

Mriirr I 'iii^ j-k»u 

BONE DRY FIR! 


CAPaBLB PB3180M RBOCOIXO 
for viKiruscar, koesiadM mt 
maaaursmenti aed imtna* • kceat 
*M*i B*i>* Brn* Mr Tribe. 


RFNCII HAND PflR T»M DAY*. 
Idui beura a dav lam i* 13 
» m riaaryias Salary 3-1314 


BUSINESS 

rEftSONAI.8 


eatstini tpriyttif eaparbantm* 
fr a* ♦it imttei. P ben a 7-3H1 

Tma-pAorroio bxcoRATVNd 

oatofb kndlak olaaur paicbisc 

fLARK'^ PATT1BOM 
h»llraii 3-1111 fUa 4-1441 


THX TORONTO OOMINtOM DA-NK. 
Dniikla* and V*'.ai branch, tw- 
bulra* the (erti<-a« ot a Ian lor 
rirrk A{niiy to Mt o B McBrId*. 
Ill Yaiav l|r 


BiRBB 


AU )asi«(i 

ar dimat*^ 

■r aid* ay*r la va«r 

BiRdk erafumya. 
0®»-l*ar ruaraoi** •* 
pair* Brtag ymtr diai 
•ery u ua—sa **11 a* < 
rtWBLLBIlB - BU.VI 
'M VtiM klikvt P 

llAVt TOO A MOMTU/ 
•tr**««ai fat ••*• (h 
Mi*a masibJy paymaat 
ar* anaiewa la *aii is 
eaibT A*k for Don Btn 
Blair ter apsoioimaai 
• 111 call at yoor bom* 
NenbsMitrs Beniritta* 
L^ _dJI_^T*t*» B4r*sL 

PTyiMA(-H PAINS. INC 

nvptraridlly mw**d i 
f«ii»*i|. stin Wilder 
«*dar Osrter* sri 


LaOk'H* — HAND-tOAIttn 

Cd $8 2 Cds $15 

BXMI DRY loo 

2 Cords $1 I 

rWMriHATB DPI tir.HYl 
BAfFHAY PLF1 
* -1*11 DAY 1-»»4» 

WOOD 

md Dou|ia* pir Wood Tbi>k 
aiab* aitad eiin innA* bn- *4. 
‘•■ibMtt ivid* <or 111 Ilk 


< e.i*BNi 

WJR POOR coMrRrrx woRK 

b**am*Bt« dDfaeay* *K1*saJk* *n<i 
*«pu* lankk call Chat* b p*dar- 
4on siuma t-3lM 

crMYITT BPWUIB nu DRAIMB 
Mpi** tanka 

1-I0k4 W nucB 0-M7I 

AU. TTPRB CONr. RCTt WORK. 

i'i*i*d a-IlM Muntiimary 

CHIMNIV kWIlp 

OlfWNXVH ASO Pt-RNACUl 
r.aanad an t r*p4i|a*t Q.i.-i *ai • 
viit Call antuib* l-nJl 


POsmOM POR HOUBKKXKPPR 
r>r uouid eiv* anrad home and t»- 
rr uitaraiion. Uatti duUe* 7-J431 or 
■•4211 


Ilk AND UP— lirjOMB PAIHTTO 
aad papered Qmrk *aryiM 1-S77A 


fmiTO KNOBAYINO 

PHOTO KVKlHAVfNO 
daU-Tbn* Lm* and cuiec BnaravlBa 
CoBiBiarriai Art 
IIB-AMD KNURAltRB 
44k Paaoial* tlM balnS OOUliM 
Pbatia l-tkJi 


CitAWTJI.PY On Oaiftba* 3k 14‘k 
In r-usiwwr ttr Rllyla nnv'iy 
C>-tftdlay a«*d 7k born in W*» 
tlns'on I >nr rnrand and ■ 
ra*‘tont of Virtnria fnf fl t**-*, 
B ir-Tvetl by *ma 4V*l»t tn Pn.t'b- 
poH Lanr Pnclanrt aUa 
n-a#at and thraa n^fthaav 
T»1* rrmainv *ra <a«l|nc tn H*f>- 
«*rd 4 rhaiiai pandmi lunml *r- 
yandamvAi* 


w-A.-nBu CAsmsH run oak 

Bay Tnra'ta T7>ur*d*) Prld*r 
B*>>t(d«) avamnt* Pltnaa J-3*4t 
Bf 3-eiai 


CKILD CANK AND 47VNCnAI. 
heurvhalil haip A|c 31 le 21. 
Baiarr 171 4-e4k* 

OniRS BABY- BITTBR FOR 
snrklM meib*r Map Ut* lb or 
out j-ktll 


TirKETR FOR THf VICTORIA 
FlUi and Oama dan>a tn ba hald 
on Oclunar 31 may m unuunae at 
•25 Bri'upliten Birryi 

RUMUAllK BALI. PUfiLtlT MAR- 
kai buildup cw-i 25. 7 a m . *pon- 
•nrad \y Yniing Ladl«*‘ Oulid Bt 
Albaii * rh'irrtt 

ROMMAOK MaLb AT ’ TR* 
Orinia M«i;, 731 Coonnet Bt on 
3*. Ik • Ri W A i<* Tb* Ptnily 
and Chiidran v Kwrrirt 


Copp William Hrnr? f*nt*p. p***ad 
asav Oc'nbar 37 1*« at iha 

ad* af $1 Rnm In Dryen Xnt* 
land tfld sa* a raitdani at m»r- 
tanav RC. Unra IPTI Ha taa«a« 
tn BiRurn hu in** biv nutdh’rr, 
M** K Otnsn Ihraa tnn* W'5> 
ll*ni Prad and 0<rk •tin many 
frkftdrhlldrsn and irrat-irand- 
rblldrtn 

Punvrat sill b* balfl *t Pear- 
l*n*y. RC •• 3 pm Wtikn#**** 
0'"'n*r 3«. Itkl 


OBMBRAt HBLP 
l■lloltu Hafcrcnc** 
Virlarl* Pt*m 


UIZ MOUBB MOVKOBi. 3ACX1MO. 
aevatllaa rypainas af dry rst aad 
teaindBUen* 4-*3U 


^ futtaa- 

Lri* ? credii pr.. aa. 

wber ISO ramatsa aad bcti*^ 
»fd sn fnur tide* *p edret. 

2 1»4 ' It t„ (tin ahii.ir I. 

' WMI* ana baam* 

any ei|»*r Iramins lumber at 

*|| prira* *•••••*!• 

\\\ V!L M »*rl» 

I.V M 

!»• Aia I»r il'jj 

• r lenaua and eronye, ii* n 

1*4 aid rif or prtlsr Jp- ,,r|| 

rrrtar Hr nnr«l f. 

i*d*r ,.l7f par lina*) H. 
radar 3*a par linr«i ri. 

irriar $rm^w inarUl* prtra iiyf 

u»aod b-.rfd ff»i »r av*r 

. *7k to 

Pi.ipiap IMto 

T>.r<« <a *b 4 ftenre . (tan* 

hbipiap |i4to 

Tengu* and preey*, #"i*r 
f' ■ « .« 

, |V4 nn 

and Older pm* Bik . iHt to 

. »v*to 

A«d ILxir'** fir aighi 

Mi to 

.7*'* »ikto 

r/«.i*ra» fir drat-ed ai*hi. 

it tijiit Ms I MniBiea *,* 

•■‘a* 

r 212 '• 

>>• 3*4 fy« Jil 3*ta >ti* 

l04 if« t*« Ilia and H.j 
th or •<r«i*»d aedar 

ond reurleiHi* aam/r* 
•faKlBn e<j4r*nl»ad opan 
day la Nl'>ird*f InrlutonB 
nr*B*y k a m fa • p m 
f' tmyr la pay rarh *( 
to LptriRR rfJMPAMV LTD. 
Ilk 3eht"«n ntraai w«*r 
*71 3-134* (vanintt 3-4*71 

•*• Inryad ta*< aa*t ef Y|a. 

I W»«i Part and rlfht arrMS 
I P* A M Ptondbau** 


amcCO PLABTHHINU AND 

Mu- rapalsijns J Mamlllen 3-M2I 

PUlWINO. WOTO-VAtINO amp' 
CUtTIVATIMO 


WAirm> - COOK - a K N X R A L. 
prrfaraMy on* she rAn drlvo a tar 
kioap ra a-tt*! 


menr; performonce 
rotinq; employee troming; 
commumcohons ond serv- 
ices. ond various other 
personnel administration 

OCtiVitiCS 

SALARY $304 - $319 - 
S335 - $352 - $370 per 


A-ONf 


tosar ana tMptic lank Bamae 
Modarp vacuum maihad Rtmorr* 
eontknta (anltariiy from prsmtaei 
W* aiM aleka drain linaa 
4->dti 

rfMXNr WORK 
flOOn *ldrat:>> 

III* dratni *a« 

■ biriniead o ' 

l-mi 


OARDBNR BOVUrVAROe. 
S reioyaiad Icvrliirm by 
taparMocad Chin*** Bum 


HOU9KKB*PBA POR WORKINC 
coupw modare hnm* aad appli> 
anra* Ptiana 7-tlll 


RIMUO TOilOHT • OCLOTR* 
Jam** n*r ramm>*8l'v4A««'M-u(l'<- 
r iBt and OaU** Retd Ra'rain- 
masu Dto- pr. ra. 

nnriANb FOR RKNT ORnANINT 
aiaiikbi* lor ynur riwb ar 04;iy 
Oaorc* Wllllt J-I3IS 


BXrXRICNrCD WAITTICIW WANT 
ad Annir in partnn 753 Taiei 

17 HITCATIONS 
UA.VTKO— MAI>E 


nAROl-SP ROTuTltXBD 
•ro 7-14)# 


P0UMDAT70M8. 
*' Srpll l•at■. 
I* All •raaime 
D I'.ynrtaeod. 


YAftiRAmM-wnens i*. Virien* 
BC rni Oavabar 7klK IHk Malnr 
William PaiiBa<tn-Wii "n **#• 
•I bftTtl In Dartaalinc India «iv4 

• •• -ft' .r V- •.>*'« • 'M 

Th# ramatni *r» raiitnt In M»? 
Ward* rnanal prndini (iinaral 4r- 

Fftneamam* 


PtOWINO RtirOVATTOO BACK- 
fllilRt Btapfia Tra'inr ■•1477 


.Ma.r APIAN* mArroR 
Pioaina -rryiii.ir.* p»«i 


OILBPRT BROWN 
llrna'« boot • <•( 
Buttiaiuiaa in 
MABONHY rONPTWUCnON 
Pben* Offiea 4-A377 ilecsa l-iat# 


rv.kvvilla VI BC 
Thi* remtnriaal* aaria, hmpl. 
lae-a n«t*| alih lu auaiiani htiuia- 
'••»ad m'-«i» ta o|,aii ta*r r.iun.t 
^.led ridht an btaen ,nt -t: 
Itland Hi«ns*y m lusn »t P*rk«- 
vllla In i-anlra (tiand Room* wiin 
nr sllhnii M’b. *'>m* m *it'ia> 
He •"•riv 4POI tor »y»iiui bandar 
aa Ik’. i»«* far •lay ,( 

Inniar I.Irtllv *u»a<t fnr twall 
I k. ' rniitanDnn*. kalat mraiitti*. runfar- 
anra* *ir sllb a>(rar*li« da- 
4a larliad maatlnc ruetu Far raurry*. 
i( I , iMa* or infermatiun phena ik ur 
srita Mr* Mary NstbcrlaBd Mrv 
ra. fi.rai" A|i*ued aen«r*-m*-ia«rr» 


YOttMO MAN J7 RCQCIRKR PO- 
ntinn nt intarvat and rtapeniibii- 
'tr Twalva raar^ hnraU f'4nada 
and abrnad Oibar indu*ttial and 
buiinr-v akiiattanrr fl Paltaraeil. 
1134 Port Phan* 1-III3 


> L o • T I M B month 

4iria eailroom 

QUALIFICATIONS Uni- 
vcrsrty qroduotion with 
emphosis on psychology, 
business odministrotion or 
statistics; or on equivo- 
lent combinotion of troin- 
inq ond eApericnce. 

APPLICATION forms ore 
to be obtomed from ond 
OMR t.iMOBii AMI wMiit fetumcd to the Personnel 

'•$ Riel* fi(ini‘6 ol a ^ a Abkd^wi 

iTHi D«A*ifiuir «ippB«« U'fcctot, City Hollp Col- 
afar 1 .« Rrsar.t AIbcrto. not loter 

.1 %?i"ur2M 5 00 pm Mondoy. 
MUaa*i>n* bracain t a'li’t. OcloberStst. 1955. 


PXPRHIKNrxil nriTOVATlNU 

-yiU rriier *mail itaia ■•1131. 


ALL eXMANT WrjRK BAnrMBMIW. 
driyasar*. •lltaaikr, air i •; 

Kai'a Katandar or trick Sir 
mania pbana 1 3111 


COB B*1 1 in CimOMB Pt.ATlNn 
•"J* '•i» to vj p.*j? 

In*. 434 klnttten Btraat 

, DIAMONDH 'muroMT 

k*a It.* Jastuari. til Y»u». M*um 


Pl.^MBlhO AND mATIHQ 

PAuUMB PLUMBINO A KKATIMO 
Htpaira **ni<>daiiiai il3l o**aan- 
mant Bl 4-1443 


aiNGO - 8P 

Rvvry alibL alM sbiu. 3 
ton* Wbtn aad Brida* 
arnmani bl i-a«33 


4CCOI7KTTMO. BOORKRKPIMO 
•ad iseeme laa. complei* boeb- 
kHmttik **'*1*** al r«a*»sab4* rata* 

• -•7*4, •-Idll 

2IM DANDY CLKAN-UP flVRVlCB 
Sill rla«r year rtiaka nawmant, 

• 'll- ar naulay*rd W* taka any- 
thin* i-lp74 an*r 1 M. 3-1341 


RKTkKKB TANKS RKPAtRS AU 

karkijont ^ W .hitoDyiU*. i-iaoi 

mCKMAMk ROTU-MOOTBR KAK- 
«>•* Cleiftd ****11 and draia uip*« 
eltamad^atotrltoliy |-k4kl 

cxMfKT pucmoaTiona ~irrfpe 

■tdasalic* reola ana odd i*(M 
PhM.e 4 toll 


UiPlKB PLUMBINO * KBATtMO 

t-unitaui i-*i.j Ik* Kiua* Heak 


12 I.OST AND rotND 


MimONB POUMDATTONB 
*iyi». eomfart beaiib 4-ip7i 


^BOOPINQ AMD (MbCLATIUN 

OUTTtR AND OOWNPtPB 
R» PAIRED AMD CLIANEO 

MijDrt kiit-rr mkial 

Nik OOtJOLAB 1-ml 

virrnMiA Roopi.ta and 
LMU tTLAnON COMPAhT 
kW PORT - 3'3l!1 
MOOFINO • niDLNO • INPL'LAIIOM 


DAaPMKNT!l AMD ODD JOflS. 
■-tobav tin* polM iniiaUad. V*:*- 
ran. 4-4k>) 

RIOIIT YKARB- BJ^mKMCB~' IM 
t.makaatUDC payrail* *pid nfOca 
m*n*«ainaiii 1-|7«4 artnink* 

PAIMT1MQ ’irrrtRtOR tX- 
tart-rr Iina na*i sark li 31 bnr 


PLAPitERIMii. ertirrn ii»' AN 

kind* N**»ivn*aia r*.>* *i a fpa- 


V L LEIGH 

OimMrmVB IIOMB 
CUMBTRUCTION 

Rrpalri. A.-ar*t|ftn* #•- Complata 
a iilpinc aaryict. laclaoirid piem* ank 
IlPkncib* 

I3tt Quadra 3-34il 


INBUtUlTIOM ROOP1M9 SmiMO 
ffall*r rapktrt 

CAPITAL cm ROOPtMQ 
IM3 PANDORA l-MII 

TWO* WeWA OMLT~ BOOP 

r'.i-ed hill prKf l-NIl rail any- 
itm* 


OARBAUB RBMO/RD RBASON- 
•bl* Pben a ka y ar otsni. 1-kJAl 

CARPHITBR AVAILABLK RF- 
eair t.at*m»ni loiiBt am 3-aiki 


13.6 HALDSMEN Riid 
Afi>L\T8 WANTED 


ALPO 
>3 or 


BOY, 11 WAMTB WORK BATim 


C J. McOOWELL 

PLCMBINO * KBATtMO 
tlMITKO 

WX ktLL WC IMBTALL 
Hi MRVICB 

Ikto Dnr,*,*. a- |.4Ha 

T A HARVEY LTD 

PLCrMBIMO B MKArtMO 
R*paire-Reaa*«M- Promei toroa* 
3-137* 

BALIAM i RAWLINGS 

LIMITYD 

nkFiikSf./ «iowBiMo* 

H|1 DutULAA «*il4l 


Former Construction 

•*D f)*7K *-k*i| Pi '«9t Baryia* 

0Rt|aM4RrNb 


NITI'ATIONS 


WICKHAM At Oanta* RC an 
Oetnbar 31. ll.M. JfthA C’xrlat 
Wirkbam. ttto Tl farmanv of 
BemfHid RC. bora m R**/vy 
p«nar*l riald *1 Unllad O ir h 

J ianta* BC to Mtodav Ormror 
lib 1»M R*y fnrreyiar stn-t- 
pime Iniartnani m Unliad r>ma. 

Mr* IHfsard • In rharca 

Index to ColonUt Want Ad Headingtt 

ClopallKatlto ^ CItMfvaaiito Claaiifta*' 

Re ‘ 

Seyotfe !*• RabU. XI 
S*r«f c* for Bei* li 
Serolfb WABtdd . D 
Snaesneemanu « I* 

AnttM* ter Balm.. M 

B rtba I 

•u aad Maraik 
-Pot Bale aad 
Wanted 4k 

Bmimb* Ofper- 

lantue* _ ^ M 

S iinM* Barylkoa.. I* 
rd* *t TKanu k 
Cary and TrsaU 

Wanted . i* 

Cart f*y Bat*. _ 47 
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ViPMpra who missed Siiiurdaya 9 (tminut« musical 
revut* b> Mary Martin anti Noel Coward ml«pi>d t.oma 
of tha bP.si anteruilnment yel at-rn on (elevUion. It was 
the firRi xppciacular which really dcoerved the namr. 

The performance of ihe.Ae two cmeriainerk was 
magnlfiient. They carried the hour and one lialf "hve” 
p r o g r.a m themselves 

wiihoui the help of a I 


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•rhoni 


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Morie Tim* 


Cirtsur Carnirai 


the Kei vices of an an- 
nouncer. 

With their Saturday 
show, they ofM'rred a new 
erH of television enter- 
tainment. 

Kor some lirne enler- 
t a t n e r s . pai ticularly 
thoM» who have not been 
v**i) -suieessful on tele- 
Evervthing for the Home vision, have made a 
Builders great fuss aliout doing 

T.... Aa lara atiea reu u»a AM*art ),ve shOtt S OH T\'. "Too 

A *i M ».» • f»» i> I . 

t\o%r gritiM — l*Xf1M|]Nhn|{a tOQ 
*«rt>r'.M *'.in.'rn-n t..j*rr* la rai-kinit " IheV NMld 
a., i ;»*»-*rAiher-«iMppr.| -Hob- *, > 

S'- and aaiaraoMir rrmrnt paint*' Judy tjarland .said 
- r*ai«m Tied *«»crt(e pamt In- <»,«, -nv fiitiir-e TV' 
a-ila'.nn nl all t*n*» i« -1 hiOiA- *['' ‘UlU.e I \ 

hhe does would 
film, 
recent 
on 
have 


ann II Tn*r* « ni) iintli un 'he 
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eioi-M Oti'iaer Jlii 

BEyaMBKn 

a'r Mnnai • I praAueu a'* c->araa- 
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e'*<:t*n'« aa-i Heat at a'l T>» 
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Hiea'.te 


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utm trom S3I 7s 
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JwnkI* 

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HoilTBOOrt 

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Mnrie __ 

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' the Hnme 

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theatre 1) 
Theatre II 
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I Tbeat't n 
I OniThealre 
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UouK ianartUr 
B ate Kak'e 
B:a*a Kaa e 

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y. endk 

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Famau* 

Plavhiruta 
KT H T -TV frewa 
The Lett Bhoa 

Thi Ldie Shoa 
The late M*na 
Tba Laie aitoa 
The Lata Shna 


BRAND HEW IM) UNIVFRSAL 
rncydopedia. 3A vtAitaiea. llf^S. 
1-1SIA 


Pamilr Tbeaire 
Teienrn* Uite*l 
Wild Bin liKknk 
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t re Dot A SeertV 
Stnrtea of lOa 
Centur y 

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Theatre 

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m ar Snoru 
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CBST\'. Others I 
sRifl the Mms Ihing 
Bui Mary Mftrtin Rnri 
Nr»el ('owsifl. hy Iheip 

splenrlld effort. knorki*d «t| nf the sigumenls sc-unst 
live performances in^o n cocKert hat Their show Is 
a yRtil-sllck hy which fuiure shows will bt* judgwi. 

They provi^ sfimething el.se ihnt has been more and 
more Rpparenf for s»*me time In Ihe enierlslnfrient 
field, lelevision is .sepurating Ihe men from the boys! 


ItBCTHlC SKUBAW iU. ri-fO 
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bear Bta — bionie butitpta aid 
k' phite aea^ed pmni nf t-i«a'inn 
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Cu^>am n«a 

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B.”r7 meets he.ivywolcht John Holman in r m lieduled 10- 
iSam KINHIY M fi pm l»mlght. Look !'»r 

redke this f^.iiuro Bl ^ pHi. «lRrling next week- 
*i/«* I>R\M.A HOIK I’hylli.R Thavler sIom In "Oh- 
i7>aa RSKAion." the story of a young wife with pi»iblems. on 

chRfinrl n 8t 7. . , e 

niSNKVlJVNO Bing Cio-sby b cu<'vl on channel fi 
at 7:10 when he narrates s r«rt'M)n ab«nr» «iitl»or 
WAkhingion Irving and sings about The I^K*’nd of 
Sh'epv Hoilow " 

WF.NTKRV HOCKKV Its the Winnipeg Warriors 
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USED OIL ■im.HntJ SAWDUST 
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Sheet MaraL Mlf OvuglBA 


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WMITE ENAMEL OARR.kGK BUR- 
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Phone 4-7843 


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LUMBER YARD 
LIMITED 

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I Sowdutf Burner, 

•n excellent 
condition $55 00 

I Cool and Wood 
Ronge, os new ..$68 50 

1 Gurney Ronge 
With "Atf Flow" 
burner $74 50 

I "Princew" Oil- 
Burning Ronge. 
completely mstoMed 
A buy ot $189 50 

1 Coole rotor Ice 
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condifion $15 00 


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r t ft f*>'h 

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per M . . $160 

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per M $160 

Knotty White Sorucc. 

per M $220 

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3'x6'x'-i, 

per sheet $1 98 

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mtnt ii«« feadr(»Ani*i Atailabit 
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DISPOSAL SALE 


MOO BAN OPWICBS POR RKHT 
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alataiM oad iaaUor •^tca._I^IMI 

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■ i*ntd nn».btdr(y>m agitt. tain 
bad* irnund Itonr. altrirx itota 
and ra?nt*rai«r II IP )*4I4I lot 
anpninimtni 


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ao« l» Htad St S-IAM 


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Ritz Hotel, 710 Fort St. 

PVRNtSHKO APARTMENTS AND 
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IT a *ttk gp tOT Slaaabard 
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gnu* tiaam hattrd opta firt- 
plaeai Pritalt larait* Modtrata 
• uittt rau« Pb'iat Ktaiini 43<M. 


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Canada « tain? btlt pmatar 
no* olltri Um DAKIN 
biKkla-ttronit»i »taipia«i 
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• itb itrantib-t»*rad Dia* 
mnad Bra aaaamblv t« fit 
all cart 

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LAROB TWO-ROOM. PUR.N1SHBO. 
lartDd *atar Ptrturt *iado*a 
main IliMtr atao hnuaakatptnt 
room 0<iitt adulia. 433 Dallaa 
Road 

OONZArn ' ’ NBLpTcoi^AINBn 
comlortably luraltbad luUt: pultt, 
brt|M Ihrtt tana rnBau. kitrbto- 
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liaa. Na* 1. 3-M1I 

p6uR'RObM~8UlTS~n;RFlRHBD 
l|aaiUt| nalar laltphont At oua 
airtp IM Adulia only. 11)0 Oat 
Ray Att 3-3IT4 


TRADED IN ON SOME 
OF THE 32 NEW 
OLDSMOBILES SOLD 
THIS MONTH 


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HAina rnmfoi'a Oarapa 3-1111 

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Ona ainalt r;a>m vacant ortrloob- 
■nc patron Hill 'Park Pama<l lor 
fina Mod m Doualaa 3-HU 

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ia«* rh<ld ol an* ;a a un to 14 
yean ti aft 3-IIM 

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laan 1-1113. 

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room and bnard loc «ldar laditi 
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hnma 154 Dunplin Road 


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DANtKr 


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rata r«r«|a Lari* «ic* vinauoa. 

naailla'.or lirapiata. ou hoi aaitr 
furnara. tlaciric ttat* ratrkfaraior 
tiaciric taoi *a*ar 111 par inonin 
iMUimaU Lapoon Ratttanrai H. 
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3flll 

FULLY PURNimiKD THRBB-BBD- 
room Buoaaio* «iui baitaitni and 
•111 boat «itua>*d on Hiph Quadra 
iMiaa ta trnonu and rubl on boa 
im* .A»a<ioait fur at*tn 10 tipbt 
monUiB (rooi s.iv I. lino par 
muii'b Sainrrtaa a iS Limited 
I-llll 

rOMPORTABLl NBWLY DBCOR. 
a*td dupiti tariion NKt Imolron 
(Vvm ivoaunauia in Party purHiaa* 
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AUTO SALB LTD 
•44 Tttaa Strati S-:4tl 

'13 Pflbliaa Caitiina 

Haidton . -.11 Mi 
*11 Paid Coupa MM 

‘41 p-»mouiit Sedan ivll 

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n Dodit lltt 

M Ruirk Super 

Stdan II 411 

Quiit Caab (or Cart 
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oil «b<tt Ibt other 13 n«iad no 
diffrrtace from aa« oil Van- 
l«lt Re-(fMiitd Motor OH roan 
YOU only 1)r per paUon in tita-aai- 
iua Inta or Sic lor one ■au«n V t 
Oil Ratinary. laO Ardrivirr >0(1 
Ooufia* S' . ant btora oorib of 
l*)Dvatdala> 


Park IM I-IHI **"""* BEAUTIPUL l-ROOM APARTMENT. 

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WtfBN CMAiratNO roUR aD- iniludiod Oil-O-Maik hta: *nd 

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rivt htURfiriH PIUTE I UXOR 
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Haro*o«d floon throgtheut Cum- 
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Otcupancy Navtmbtr lai. 

StW DE LL'Xb' O.VB-SBOROOM 
aparimtniy I3M Ntnpori Aitnut. 
rttii II) par monih. fmmcdtalo 
arrupanry 


TRUCK SPECIALS 


FRESH NEW STOCK 
OF LOW-PRICED 
BEAUTIES 

TRADED IN ON SOME 
OF THE 32 NEW 
OLDSMOBILES SOLD 
THIS MONTH! 


C a MERCURY a*dan, autamaua 

Qm dura, radio, heal- 

ft >.nitu ttaM 5 a07D 

C 4 PONTIAC da luaa atdaa. Po«* 
triiidt. po*tr aittnni. n*aitt. 

$2095 

PONTIAC atdan. hanitr nir. 
QJ (oadKinoat. iwtoot bro*n. 

$1695 

PUhTlAC dt luat atdan. 

Oal htairr air condi- * « ACn 

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JZ Oyaalld*. radio. * « -intr 

hraiti ' > I / 7 O 

CA PONTIAC aadaa, tataiar, air 
cBAdUiaotr. ana- riAOC 

auntr rar S I UVO 


Chttralti Stdao 
Dtllttry. htaitr 
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Ptriiip 
Dtd|t 1 Ton 
CMC tataiar 
Dodit l-Taa 
Ptraup 
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Pirhuo 

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Pirkup 
Tommrr 
Vtr. 

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$1398 
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S95 51 
53 


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leomA automatic hot *atar beat- 
«| lOU J aan Craarant 

WARM ROOMS OOOD ^MBALS 
for uurkint mtn Pritaia home. 
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BOARD A.SD HEATED ROOM. IM 
VxtorU Wtat 3-4TI1 


Trode In OeDorfment 

Wa hata a *idt atltc'inn nf Ap- 
p"»"'tt Purnit'jrt and Radina ar. 
ri*inf dally at our Trade • In D»- 
aar’mtni. IIA Rranihton Sirttt, 
appotit* Cnarh Llnti Depot 

T. EATON CO. 

CANADA LTD 


IN nPAUTIPUL PRIVATE HriMR. 
•aibini dictan't ta«n and JuUltr. 
BUMti, bvaiotat ptoolt ureftrrtd 
3-1)11 


fiSh arw. MM ...fr a^rr «OntRN ONS- BEDROOM OU- 

f*rh Hot aod nid aatar 4-MJl , Liph. rarpnn f4) Sati.-rb- 

RBAAONABLB ROOM A.NO BOARD Ma Mr* Baitar. a-lltO afltr I 
for ilrla 3-374t goL’Cl MOTBL DB LUJfS 

BXCELLENT ROOM AND BOARD, arrammadattoa lor n>upt* 8ha<ilrt 
hntat prtvUtit*. rJoM to. Ml ^ ^ apnmiatrd 3-Mll 


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im SLANSHAKDBT Phuna ) US) 


Plymoutb Sedan 
Oranbroob. htaitr 
Meienr Stdan 


Woodward's 


3 I htotrr. air ^ 

• ondiiiantr 5 

5 t PONTIAC atdan. ^ 

I radio baater ^ 

5 } SUtCK Sptrlal atdan 

I and air ^ 

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5 t PORT) conrb. beat- ^ 
I er air rrYnditinner ) 
CHBV atdan htaitr 
^0 air eendi'iontr 
aq dodos atdan. htat. 
wo tr. air mndliiontr 
CA STttDBRAXKR 
OU atdan 

Cl 0LDSU081LB II ^ 
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5 1 MBRCITRY atdan 
I htaitr. ^ 

<i«trdrl*e ) 

u -7 MSHCURT Tbdar 
4 / ttdan 
jto cMsvRotrr 
4o atdan 
a A PIVMOUTH 
4U atdan .. 

.f. roRo 

4U atdan . , _ 


BRlOHT 3-ROOM 


Vaniuard Sadan 
nta<er 

Plymouth Stdan. 
radia heater 
Dodit caupo. 

htaitr 

rbtvrrilti Coupa. 

htaitr 

Oidamabilt Sedan. 

htatti 

rTytymlM l-Ontr, 

htaitr 

Chtcioltl 3-Do*r. 

htaitr 


BARBkirNT 8 BLP CONTAINBO LOWER 801TB 
Ina rouplt larRS rotm*. n«uy| room btiliat.cn, 
ktirhrrt and bathroom and ultiii* 
Varani h'ottmbtt I Rtny |a) 
Phnrit i -3331 aerkrta > 

WBBTCHBSrrSft APARTMENTS 
1401 Port. Thrtt-room auitt BItr- 
irir atnvf and rtfrigerntor Auto- 
ma'lc *aaiiiy| and drying taiil.- 
Uta Rtni U3 M a month. 3-4M3 

VIIW ROYAL RELP-rONTAlNED 
apanmtni Liting inom hitcbtn- 
t"t badroom. bath Atailabit no* 
Adullt. IM Apply Suite I, 333 
Ivland Hlghopy. 

WHEN CRANOmo' TOUR ~AD> 
drtM no Butt lo armaga for oaia- 
larrupud deutery of tour Dally 
Calanm by triepbonlng 3-41IL Cir- 
ouJaiion Dept 

POtm APARTMXHTB POR^Rtirr. 
no*. Oak Ray Attnua. Atailabit 

OctabtT 1. Tbrao rnama and toath, 
11- ■ I'taunt a-aiOk ,n«n. >ai Bur- 
tty Ltd., 1334 Ooteramtni St. 


EXCELLENT FOR YOUNO PKR 
ton. rtnlral. lU 4-IS4t 


Ml DEI.WOQO -PIVt ROOMS. OIL 
heal m iTtMierman S C«. 1111 
Mi*n»hard Sirttl I-4MI 


USED APPLIANCE 
SHOWROOMS 

Stt OPR MONtY-SAVINO 
VALCM 

750 PANDORA 2-8932 


VICTORIA'S BUSIEST 
DEALER 


tAROB WARM ROOM. SUIT BU 
dt' I ptnpje Hnma rnoking 3-411) 

36 BOOM~AND BOARD ~ 
IVA.VTKD 


CAMRRIDOB MOTOR COURT — 
Bull** arailahla Wiaiar raita. 
I-31M 

BACHOOR Suffs AMD ~TWO’- 
roent auitt Baguimali Phone 
I-41M 

MM WINOERMERS* PLACB~ BED^ 
iji'ing room kit.htn and bain- 
rnnoi AOuliA )-3d43 before I am 

BRENTWOOD SEAPRONT THREt 
■rnnmi. privaio wharf good fiabiog 
f^rilitlta Ktaimg 11 -Y 

TWO-ROOM arm ~surr' sl- 
Aeriy ptrann Avallallt no*. Ill 
8ut>*rtar 


WAhTBD RACUBLOR SUITS, 
leif-iciniaioed lutolantd Sna 111). 
Viitnrta Pita* 


3-M31 

WS ARE SOLO OUT. 

Tan priret paid for iiran uatd 
cara. ail madtia 
S'SJl 

QUADRA AUTO SALBS 
Quadra at Jahnaan 

CORONATION MOTORS LTD 
')] Hilimaa Do Luat Mai 

‘41 Kudaon Partmakrr . IMI 
47 Cher l Pa>*tnttr . „ |SM 
4S Hillman Ot Lust .. MM 

PTMoa i-am at s-ani 

ibS4 CHEVROLIT TWO-tXX)R 
One avntr HIM mlit* Ca*iom 
radio, heator Battlltni ceadiltun 
Rata laaen thia rar In trade Nn 
aetd for t*a cart Will taka auii- 
ablt trade II IM S-3MI 

UPPER SUITS. BRIOHT. ROOMY 
thtrt room* and baih Sunnorrn 
Etlf-rontaintd Own tnlranrt iiaa 
tan--' hai-a.n»i n-ai and 

• alar lunnlltd Oarage |d0 Nat- 
traagr I IW Uorae Head t 3-M1J. 

POR SALB lail AUSTIN SEDAN 
rnmpltteiy oterhouled. in goad me- 
rhanwel ronditinn. leaving lor the 
tail I4M or ntortai *tttr Phone 
3-2)M 


THREE AND POUR-ROOM SON- 
gatawa 1-3134 


WILSON 

MOTORS 


ORnBNTLV NBCDBD 
Bnarding nnmt tor young worting 
tin Pamily and Childten a Strttrt 
3-II3I 


FLOOR SAMPLES 

O t Daubla Ottn Elntne 
Range autnmaii' i; 

O B Autnmalie waabtr _ 
Boipoiat OiaaaaaC* 
Set itaiao I 


LANOPORO IJIKE SMALL DO- 
plea, tult couple IM S-3MI eytt. 


S7 BOO.>I.S TO RENT 
{•XHNISUED 


Yotes at Ouodro 


42A TO RENT, 

L'Ni*XBMSHED 


WILLCOX LTD 

ins Onugiaa Sireot 1-1 

iJual arreoa from tho -Rat 'i 


rxiMFORTARLB RXD-8 1 T T 1 N O 
ronraa *ingl« nr doubit lor nuai- 
nt*a ganiitmto. Oorge Road 
a-Mii 


NO MONTHLY 
PAYMENTS 
UNTIL 

DECEMBER 6TH 


POR RENT. NOVBMBKR t. UP- 
ianda Uope. Oak Bay. Choira mod- 
ern humo for the taariing tniani 
Thiough halL iiting loom, dining 
tooffl. rltttrrc kiirntn. brt«fcta*r 
nook, den, 1*0 fine bedroom* with 
oall-lo uatl ratptU and bethiuom 
rompltit main floor. Hailed atalri 
[0 aiioihtr hell in bantmttii •«i;t 
a drawing ruom. bedroom, bath- 
room. uillii]. oarage Btau.ifwl 
drapta. tItr-Ult ranao and rtirig- 
eraior Iniluded llil ptr month. 
P. Maltoul. 1-1114 Btt« . 4-Mik 
P N CABBLlMf LID 

THREE M1LB8 NUKTH OP 8II>- 
ney Allracllta morttin vaUrtront 
home aim airtatt 04l-0-Maiie 
hut aater ntaiing OnubN garage, 
hard ttnni* court. Small >tiir. 
ahtiiertu n»»oratv Phone Sitint) 
I1S-W atenina* 


ISLAND AUTO COURT 
pDur-rttom t«o-bt4rontn euitt Chit* 
aren’t playtround I-3III 

RRIOHT. S8LP-CQNTAINED. TWO- 
rrmm viite All utUtiwa auppliod 
II) J-MSl 


entv • OLDS • CADILLAO 


WARM CLEAN CONOBNIAL 
homr. aiDgia or aoubM. men. Baaui- 
inali at Admiralt 4-5U7. 


Oamaga'a *ff«r you only ina (inaat 
■r lend at rnck-botiom prirtg Buy 
In quantity and ator* m your SEN- 
Hl'R ftetatr — prired for tvrry 
pn. kHbook Batingt on IbM pay for 
•ho (rttttf 


WARM. ATTBACTIVB ROOM. 

t eoi'eman. nrtnbiaai optumal II 
mdri) Avtnut 3-S18I 


A CKARMINQ BRIOKI' SKLP- 
coniaintd. t*o-room autit. uritalo, 
rniranrt gat range, oil htaitr. 
14) monthly, one infant vtiromt 
3-ISM 


CATONS BUNGALOW COURT. I 
and I-rnoiB arJf-conintaoa auilta. 


COMPORTA8LS SLBBPtNO ROOM 
and kiirhta prit:ltgta Pboot 
after I p m 4-3SM 


OLSON'S 


GAMAGE'S 
Food Plan Ltd 


TWO-ROOM sum. II). LIOHT. 
• airr. fuel intluded 4-3SS4 


BRIOirr CLEAN FRONT ROOM, 
rtrltroraltd. aU found 1351 ^ohn- 
ton. • p m 

ROOM IN NICt HOME. SRSAK- 
fBkt if daairtd )-)13S 


ULTRA 


TWO-ROOM SUITS APPLY till 
Pnri 8t. from 1pm lo I p m 

RRIOHT NBI.P - CONTAINED )• 
rnomtd imi« off tho Ourgt S-I47S. 


MODERN FIVE - ROOM 
aparimtnl, frpni and raar en- 
trance Eleeirir aiovt, refrigerator. 
Autnmatid heat, garage AdulK 
Adjacent park, gta 111 7-33S). 


USED CAR 
DEPARTMENT 
WILL BE 


COME EARLY 
FOR BEST CHOICE 


Sm Oouiia* lute: 


And You Get 
TOP TRADE-IN 
ALLOWANCE 
AT WILSON'S 


IHI VOl.KSWAGON DB LUKB— 
Can bg teen and vrlod aut ai )M 
Niagara SUtei or ai OI*nn Motera 
Lid Avb for Ptrd Tndier 


FIREWORKS 
15®b OFF 

Till Smday Oc'ober )S 
r*MANOa PROOUCK 
33N Cadbhrn Bay Rnad 
4-4113 — Open l-ll PM 


CLEAN COMPORTABLB BSD- 
iilitbg roam MO Queen* 3-71)1 

WARM. ATTRACnVB BID • SIT- 
ting room, near park 3-1)34 


TWO-ROOM RUm. PULLY PUR- 
nl«hed. inrlBdlng linen. 3-M1I 


PAR-nALLV PURNtSHED 


. - SUITS 

in Jamta Bat area, available iio* 
a' ID per month Rent inriHdt* 
heal, light and hoi *altr Hagar 4i 
Bwayna Ud . 4-8S31 


MOHRtB OXFORD HXOAN-POUR 
new lire* Here tp aell on ari-gunt 
•f 111 htatiM IBM or naareat offtr 
Mlltugt M g*e a 4<IU 


LOW WINTER RATES 

a: lha Ban BrbtiUan and Vinnrla 
Cburta Oont Road Mo m<lta from 
the city remrt na bu* rauie Rale* 
br ibt week Everything aupplltd 
earepi fond .lnc;udmg mold aervirt 
once a week Baa BebiMtian 3-N33. 
Vtcinrin Cauri. 4-1343. 


PUIXY MUDBHN NEW HOUSE 
• iih itiagnin'‘tni vie* of the tea. 
nn 1‘onaionce Cate. 441 Convtanre 
Avenue, Gaquima;; Three bed- 
room* oil furnace Reni |I3) 
mnnlhlt Phone 4-»l3 

ATTRACnVt 4-ROOM 80NQA- 
lo* 3 bedreoma amatl kitchen, 
lari* bright llting room Ten 
minuiet from do«nte»n. Rent IM 
mootbiy. AvoliMlo Nat. I. S-MM 


MORE VALUES 
IN 

English Cars 

For Economy Driving 

- $99 
,.$395 
. $295 
$125 
$495 
-$695 
$795 
$1095 
$1295 
$1295 


S7A RfM>.MS TO Rf-:NT 
irNKI'RNISHKD 


A0C electric 

Bouaehold AMliaart Repair Bpo- 
ciaUau not Port Brrtet 4-3flS 


POR YOUNO FAMILY. THREE- 
rimm Inver, atif-cnntained apart- 
men* with oil range Paufitid 
Rent l«l 3-dlS4 


WEDNESDAY 
OCT. 26th 


MTS IHS MORRIS OXFORD EX- 
ctpttanal condutnn Radio. hMttr. 
rtenndi.lAntd tAgint tail Ra- 
liable 3-MTI 

II4L DOOOl OU9TOH ' BED4N. 
fluts drive and air eondlUoning 
1171 Choi Oovman'o Oarage 134 
Jniinaon 1-1411. eve*. *-)44J 

il»l~CREVROLrf~DS~LUXl ~BS- 
dan Radio, heater. »un tUtr. 4IM 
monthly Ttrma Pull price. IMI 
J-d1Vl or )-3U3 


TWO ROOMS KnrHENETrE 
lam. ga* rang* Bull couple 1-5433 
afier I p m 


RADER. THREE-ROOM MODERN 
aunt aletuir aiove. refrigerator, 
auiomaur her phone, garage. 
AdulK ID 7-23U 

A VERY* BURRY.' BPACtOUB 
apartment, nptn tireplare beat 
dialrict. near bua line. ISIS Moaa 
Bl 


IV ANTED 

NnCELLANEOUS 


SO DOLLAR 
DIFFERENCE 
IS LESS! 


U HOtSEKEEPING 
BOOM.S TO RENT 
»*URNISHED 


NO SALESMEN 
ON DUTY 


40A n^iTS AND 
APARTMENTS TO 
SENT, LTfFUBNISHED 


WARTBD— OLD COLTS. PlRTOtR. 
ravaletri rifle* annigua* avnrda. 
armor Demnpiinn price, in Sni 
I7J4, Viriorm Preaa 


WHEN CRARUINO TOUR Al> 
drrta M aura to arraag# tor ontn- 
igrrupied deUeery of your Dally 
Colonial by ttlgphonl&g 3-41IL Cir- 
culation Dept. 

Iw“a~ MONTH^^^^O^EOROOMa. 
large living room, kiicbrn. potaet- 
aion Novemher 4 Addrraa. ad Lui- 
line Holluk Real'f Ltd. 3-7114, 
3-«1)3 


RnXMAR 

aedan 

AUR1YR 

atdan ! 

PRBPBCT 

••dtf 

MORRIS 

atdan 

MORRIS four-donr 

•edan 

TRtOMPR 

wdan 

mi I MAN 
•tdan 
NIUMAN 
•editt 

VAUXRALL etdaa 

arete 

ZEPHYR 

aeoan 


PVRNIflHED WARM BED-BITTIRa 
roan Kiirhen tleririr range 
Ijgni power, heat inriudtd 114 
Biuuveva tadv nnly 33)4 Selmont 
Ave irorner Denman i Phant 
WANTED - ARTIISM8 ANCIENT J-JUJ 

and Mndern Several needed . , ... ... 

4 .7* DELBQRITA LOIXTS - FULLY FUR- 


WE HAVE ALL GONE 
TO VANCOUVER 
TO SEE THE 
"FORWARD LOOK" 
OF THE 


VACANT — »»1 M THRBB-ROOM 
Inver dupUa Garage tnrluded. 
3«34 StanJev RotUek Really Lid 
3-7)14 3-MU 


la-MM FROJECTOR, BOURO 
preferred Apply Rea tilt Victoria 
Fre*a 


UUBT RCLL IMI BTUDBSAKBR 
Champioo four-door eenatt Htaier 
defroaier and Aterdriea. It tM ee 
bett offer Term* artbBged i-MM 

IMS PORTIAC CUSTOM 1 ' TWO- 
d»a- Radio htaitr Two (ona 
»0M mile* Trade 4-78M 


RFAUTITOL TWO • BEDROOM 
aparimm. Oak Sat Cen'rt i'>g 
i.rr mnoih lorluding 0ii-0-M>iir 
leot and «aier Oro*n children 
arcrptauia Available Nov •. IM) 


ATTRACTIVE POOR-ROOM RSLF- 
rnntained aulle healed One nr 
i*n rhitdren BoiiabM for verTleo 
peraonnei 18) Phene 3-1bl1 

LARHE BRtOHT. 4-ROOM SUITE, 
newly decorated, hardwoed noore 
mam rontna fireplace Walking dl*- 
lanre (14 7-23U 


Chevrolet frdan. a t 

v-a Bel A.r healer SZOOO 
Pnrd Sedan Cui<om povar 
brake* and powar a'eerlng. 

radio and v 

be* *r 5Z177 

Mereury Sevan. j j ggg 

OMem«mile Beaaai ta h»- 
dramaiie radio 
and healer 
(Mdvmobila Mdan 
liydramalir ' 
heaier 

Chevrolei Sedan, 

Rel Air heater 

Chevrolet Sedan, 
radia and heaiar 
FwnUar Sedan 
radio and beowe 
Chevrolei Sedan, 
heater 

CTievraie. Sedan, 

Bel Air. heaUr. 


ISLA.dO illNR BEER BOTTLES 
OU bouget Pbona l-nai wa *au 

WARTtO-DUrX BRART OfCOYS 
B-3«M _ _ _ _ 

CARFETORlfTM BUTS^OOD^SED 
nig*_ I-3SI1 _ _ 

TO SBU. OOo6~ BOOKS ~CALL 
a-1417 jaunted Boonabap Ma Fora 

WALLY URAV PAIR CASH FOR 
Mod fursilaro 5-UBl 


SMALL FIVE-ROOM HOURR GA- 
rage Slenkineop and Cedar <lill 
Croveraad* Three - mile rlrrte 
kOulU Parily lutniehed if deeited. 
m 3-8143 


Rea-nnabU ratea M Weliinglon ' '' - Bknx.yOM SUITE LUXOR 
I-M18 Manor Elertrir ainve aod frig 

_ Karjwood fkiorv Ihmughnut Cn*n- 

LARGE BRIOHT ROOM WITH pleieiv rederotaied )vg per mon'h 
'oeklng facimiep fpr ana or two Ocvupancv Havemarr l*t 
eeopie. ai»o ainile room Everv- 

•liing lupplied. eloao to Haultain NEW DB LUXE ONE-REDROOM 

Bpartmenu ISM Newpuri Avenir 
rent IS) per month Immediate 
arcupancy 


lelT BUK'K SEDAR OOOD RUS- 
wer and hegtrr toe ar offer Pniint 
atleriom 3-3»M 

NO DOWN PaYMENT inU COR- 
*ul ran ha teen Patkdale Aervire 
Biaiina lai) Dougina Btrrei 

CASH POR GOOD CLEAR CARR 
OR CONBIOR ARTB CAR SALifS. 
BURNRIDB ARD HARRIET 3-<m. 

IM) MBTKUR SEDAN. AUTO* 
mauc. In good rondiuon Om 
oooer II.Mk k-3)>4 


1956 * 53 

CHRYSLER'S 52 
AND 52 

PLYMOUTHS 1] 


PIVK-ROOM HOUSE. PAmPlBt.D 
November lo 3anuarr Inriuiive 110 
per month 3-814) eyeningi 3-188) 
Virtoria Realty Ltd 


ATTRACTIVE POUR ROfJM UPPER 
O'lplev. bock and front entranre 
Hor*e or bualnee* ladr piefrrred 
3-7181 


BRIOHT. B P A C [ O U 8 MOUBB- 
keeping room. weU furoMhed. eery 
(Iran and romfortahie, on araunu 
iiimr. Laihteom. artJMmag Ea- 
quimali 4-l^8 

WARM~FRORT~HOU8IKEEPfRO 
mom IB at* bunia.ao. Hoi and 
cAld water Quiet hamr near Jubi- 
lee and Lenadown* 4-5318 


4k ILTRUNB POUR ROOMS TWO 
bedroiimv Ml 111 Linden live 
T'>nm* iwo bedreomt. 14) Htiaier- 
man * C« M3I BiaiiahanI 4-4I8I 

4 ROOM BUROALOW FULL BARE- 
mrni Aeailable iBimediaieir 515 
per ffioiith Nonhveaiern Seenri- 
lira L'.d . 4-88M 


OB LUXE 8 - BEDROOM SUTTE 
avaliaste immrdialrl* Oak Bat 
kee. gnmnd Door. M) Rbrtbveat- 
rm Sergrltiea Ud 4-8M4 


BROWN BROS AOENriEA LTD 
1135 RLANSfPARO 8T. Phone I-IUJ 


$1777 

$1745 

$1695 

$1697 

$1645 

$1675 


PRORT BUMPER. 1841 MERCURY 
Pat reaaonabig Phone 8-)M4 

raby'tenda'or high chair 
aod playpen 5-1143 

wi~ruy"’ ANTTMIHQ ~CALL ANY- 
limr k-3831 


aTTRACnVE NEW TWO - BED- 
rnnm «ui(e wiih lovely view. ••• 
per monih Adult* only 430 
Oort* Raid Wev*. ot phnne 1-3)%a 

PAIRFIELO EELP-CORTAtRED 
barhrlivr • apartmem oninde en- 
iran>r. iiO Jonr* A Bctrti Phone 
1-1131 


5) PriRO BBDAN EECSU-ERT 
'-ondiii«My lor quirk tale Puli pnre 
aniv (I 5M 1-81)8. after 8 4-4184 

IM8 PORD TUDf>R~ VERY 0(300 
■ nnditien Pull prire. ITM Trrnia 
aeailable 1-8I1* afte, • a 418) 


THE CAR 
YpU BUY 
AT 

EMPRESS 

IS WINTER-READY 
WITH FREE 
ANTI-FREEZE 


CULWOOO THREE CLEAN. COST 
room* for rouptr Siova tbrludtd 
Oatage Brni 4M per month frnm 
NevrtBber i Errningv a-J))! 

TWO-REDROOM POURPt.BX IMI 4t METEOR IR GOOD rORDI- 
PuM Htreel Rent ••) per month '<"•>- healer four new Urea will 
Oerupanry Ruiemaer ■ Btaen take beet offer 1118 Dalla* 3-7T84 

U♦oa Agency Lid 3-liai ■ r, l..ii ■... . ..r-mr, 

' AUTOMOBILES PfRARCBD 

POCR-m.M»H. POUR-TBAR-OLD Lo* ralet. Jong tcrou 

houar lor rent Eleririt range Millar R Ca I8M Oovaramcni Sk 


COMFORTABLE BRtOHT WARM, 
bed-anting room and kitrhenaiu. 
Jubilee ditirict. One employed 
lady )-3a4a 

BRIOHT NEWLY DECORATED 
ng ■ rani jv' .-r- 
LAROB TICTORIAN CORNER fnaeraior. wtaher I3«4 oladatAna. 
rup'vAard Sna 1133 Vwiortt Pr»»a a-8448 

• PIRWOOn LODGE' - COMPORT, 
able mama aiirartivaly furalthed. 

• tl rti 'le-alor, four 

blnrka rily rentra. 3-3451 

TWO ROOMS AND RITCHSiTrrTB 
refrigerator, rieelrtc atovr, bu«lne*» 
rnupie preferred Gorge. Phone 
4-fllt _ 

P *J R N I ■ H~B D HOUSEXBVrNh 
rnom greuad llnor. eearythtng 
tuppiled HilUlde Aeenue Cen- 
tral 4-8b4 d^ 

CENTRAL, AghT” HtSwOCRP^ 
mg room alundtnra heet and 
not water, dean, bright room. 
Wiadtof Hoitl. 4-833I 


8D.NK BCDB OR YOUTH BED 
5-1743 


IT'S 

"CHRYSLER'S 

YEAR 

OF GREATEST 

CONQUEST" 


TWO - ROOM Bum. BRIGHT, 
riran, unk hot and e»td water. 
Oil range. auU quiei roupie Pnnnt 
3-31I3 


ON BSQUIMALT ROAD THREE 
ronma with bam and gat aiove. 
Child-en wekome 44n month. 
3-8.581 


81A POIXTRY 

HATCHING KGG.S, ETC 


LUCKY 

TRUCK 

BUYERS! 

LOOK WHAT 
WE HAVE 


NEW TWO-BEDROOM DUPLEX, 
atallsble Nnv 1 Oli-O-Mocr heal 
Pout Bat Kd. North |M per 
monih. 3-1818 

SMALL HOUSE. LARGE ROOdAN. 
range. f)oAr eoveringa Rear Dork- 
vard PhbM ••t?5l. 


R R R RICK CKICRS 
For beii reaulia and larjitt proliia 
Veiadortf and Nelaon Ni«k Chirk 
Ltgtiefn*. Hampk Leg-Hamp Crnai, 
Aua’ra-Whitea. Barred Roca* and 
Wh.io Rorkt Order no* 

KRIBOBRS HATCHERY LTD. 
Aldergrove. B € 
phnn* Aldergrwve il3t 


MUST SELL 18)8 AIRITIR II 


QUADRA AT VIEW 
OR 

900 FORT $T. 


SEE THEM 
AT 


LANOPORO. POOR-ROOM MOD- 
arn cottage, near but Oarage, git- 
rhen range 5M 8-1833. 


18)1 FORD POROOR OK LVXB - 
Radio heator Muei eeU IV88 
4-ai33 evea 

im nuoaoN pacemaker be 
dan hraier 1808 1-3411 


PBRROART ARD MARCH 
hai'hed nuDeta— Bampabira. Lei- 
hora-Kaapabira erbaaaa. and otbat 
breeda. Oei iho« for aariy layara 
Writ* for prieo Hit 

ROMP * SENDaU. lTD 
Laaglay Prauia SC 

WARTKO ~ UVE HERS ARD 
rnntter* 818 Quaena Ava 3-3881 
nad_8-l8Sl • 

WARTED- UVE •OWL ARD ROA*- 
lore lop prtoao oatd walgbod ak 
yu r Bl ac o P bnea 8-1183 

NEW CHICKEN HOUSE tyW. 
vira netting far run I8'dl4 al' bigb. 
•M 8-3413 


OLSON 

MOTORS 


ONE • BEDROOM APARTMINT. 
elerieie atnee auUMnalir heat and 
oarer. Virtoria We..i ad) 3-M44 

III nbtrOLAS - NEW GROUND 
floor three roam*. 518 KeUterman 
A Co 1131 Rlanahard lb )-4iai 

UHPVRNTRTTFD. TWO - BCDROCni 
apanment Everything found (18 
per monih M Levia Street 


nVE-ROOM HOURS. 1385 JOHN- 
Mil Sweei Three bedroomt aai 58 
monthly Phone 4-)a)3 


TWO-ROOM SUITE. nRBPLACE 
main floor Bull lady or fetitla- 
man 1833 Belmnni. 

REASONABLE W A R M ~CtXAR 
front houaekeepina rwnm ^lly 
furniihed 3- 1414 


TRUCKS 


MUST SELL 48 PORTIAC SEDAN 
flea Thno Aiklpeen Oaraae a-IMI 


niDI-BY-BIDS DUPIEX THREE 
rtiome Ooniole* Oil laose. 443 
Moeember I 3-4588 after 5 pm 


NOTHIRG DOWN AT ARTS CAR 
SALES BUHH8IOB AND HARRIET 

AU8T1R XXCKIJKNT COaiO m OW 
brand new tiro*. 4-8881 

18)1 POtmAC. TWO-TOHt I1.888 

J-1881 

1888 HUOdblT PACEMAKER SB- 
dnn heater Reel offer 1-8418 

MODEL A" FORD POR SALS 
lid) Rlanahard after 8pm 


THREE-ROOM DUPLEX. NEAR 
Parliament Bulldlngi. |18 Adulia 
only Phone 3-1448 after 8 pm 


ntevmloi Sedan 
Delivery h*oie* 
ChevrnMi Bedan 
Dejivery heater 
Dodee i-Tmi 
Pifkup 
Dvlta l-Tnn 
CSC healer 
Dodge I-Tmi 

Piekoi* 

Dn*tg« i-T«n 

^5up 

Dwrtae l-Tnn 

PNkup 

Cwmmer 

Van 

Chevrotet Iq-Tns 
Ptrkup 
Thamea 
Van 


COST ROOM 


$1645 
$1398 
$1295 
$1047 
$797 
$595 
$696 
$645 
$645 
... $95 


CNBVROI.VT Sedan DeUrory. 

Waa 81 OM 


COA.IROWOOO APARITIERTS POOR ROOMS. OROURD FLOOR, 
m ra-modorn one-bedroom auito m# apoI? lower autte. 843 Cralt- 
wiih front view Rrwty dererated. nower Road 
Wired (nr TV Equipped nilh eler- 

irte range and refrigerator On POUR ROOMS SELP-CORTAfRBO 
bua rouia and walking dlctan*e m kuiet homr Verant. after 3pm 
town Immediate im**ev*ian 848 88 <-RM5 

*'pyiaM Renral Dent LOXE~mUR-HOOM ~BUnE 

KER it STEPHCNSOR. LIMITEO 


BRITISH 

AUTO CENTRE 


CLEAR. WARM. HOUSBXESFINO 
nrnm fumlahed. aintle 818 RlR* 
aide 

SRIOHT PRORT~KI'PCV(EN~ARn 
bedroom, own entrance Clooo In 
•nnn and bu* Pnane 3-8113 

ROOM AND HOME PRIVILSOBS 
prteate bnme. good toeatinn. rinae 
to bua •-I8aa between 8 and 8 
p m 

SRIOHT. A*Ar'~ROOM,~QUT^ 
lenar.i Haulain-TRrnwnnd rtnlral 
4-3441 


C2 B HOUSES TO BENT 
nJRNIRHEO OB 
t^FtlRNISHKD 


BUSINESS BRED CHICKS 

tmmedtat* dallvanr on al) popular 

breed# bAd aroanan Prirea oa 
renueal 

Bolivor Hotcheries Ltd. 

Rna 880 Haw Waatminaiar. R.C. 

SIC CATTUE 

FOR SALB. 8^EAR'-0U> MILK 

caw .letaev-AvrHilre 8115 OT Pear- 
p*t offer Jerdan Rirer IM 

MINK PARMER NBKDS IIORSW 
and nM r«wi Phnna 8-1S85 

jERSrTcOW TB ARP SAROB 
leiled Good milker Phone 8 -I 8 M. 


HEADQUARTERB POR 
MORRIS MO VANOOAJkO 
TRIUMPR 


SPEEDWAY 


30-OAY EXCHANGE 
GUARANTEES 
YOUR 

SATISFACTION 


AVARARLE ROV I - A VERT 
mndern bachelnr aim# m etreueni 
apartment building Conaot* of 
flvint rhnm. rabinet kurhen with 
etartrir range and retrlaerainr. 
dreeaibg r«mm and Pembruke aaih- 
mom Sinraee and laundry faril- 
itiea ta boeenteni Rem ITA per 
mcmtri HAGAR * SWATHE UM- 
ITBO 4-8581 

ROW AVAflJlRLf'’ L’PPKS FOUR- 
ro*vm aglve in duples lObed Avenue. 
Owrge dUinrt' 888 per month in- 
clud-nt hoi-weter heating, dwmedir 
hot naier and gaa range Ra rhll- 
drvn hueme*« rnupia preferred Tb 
elew phone 4-3)83 


MORRIS Mtimr 4-0*m Sedan 
Llfbi Muo ni'h hoaier mod- 

$695 

AUSTTR AW 4 Donr Sedan 
Thia I* vwe o( (he moat 
eewoomi* al ^ara upod tne 
rwad rnmpleia with heater 
and fiolthtd m a POCA 
l«|h* irer >ODU 

AUSTTR Swmarwi Sadat Re- 
roBtle aeorbatiod and 
• horvmfhle rnewmmendad 

s::::::'’ $995 

MORRIS Minor t-Obor Be- 
dan lodla'infvaiahabto from 
new law mileago n • mme 
InUf rwAranieed 9 • 


951 Yotss 


PUSNIBHBD HOU BRKREP IRO 
room* tail Dougiat men only 
Waverley Apar'menla 

RICE PURRISHED PRONT ROOM, 
kltrheaetio. oink ION RichordMn 

VILLA EIEAROR ‘ COST ROUSt- 
knepini rwoma dHi TTiitrh 1-3834 

PAIRPIELD — SUSiNtSS^nnpLK. 
mre wa rm nv»m l-88n 4-3881 

ORS UOJfT RCUEEknnR^ 
»w«_on ground flow t-8350 

LARGE BRIGHT ROCM~ PUIXT 
tumlahed mrludlot lUwa 3-5813 


NASH 

PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR 
SEDAN 

AUrrtN A-48 

■ZOAR 

PREFECT 

SEDAN 

HILLMAN 

SEDAR . 

PORD 

FANIL 

FORD 

PANEL _ 

AnSTTR VAR 
DBI.IVERT 


Frt« Lift InturoncQ On 
AM Tims Povmtntt 


FOR OOUPLS WITH 3 SMALL 
(hUdren nnfwrttiabed 3-b*d*o«m 
houae wired lor elecrrtr * 10 ** R«m 
lA) 10 145 fnr Noe I Phoett 
S-NOa 


46 B n-A're AND 
APARTMKNTB TO RKNT, 
FnmIshptI or L'nfnmlshFd 


SID SBBBP 

FOR SALS^OUHO SLACK 
Call eresmg* aftee 4 38 P m I888 
RR No t nr ptwne l-lltl 

four' grade” SOUIHOGWH fWE 
tamba. Ill each Keuting tZX 


SAVE ON A GOOD 
USED TRUCK AT 


No PovmKots Till 
Dte«mb«r 


WANTED TO RENT. URPURHlSH- 
ed amah l-bedroom hoviae near 
UweemmerK Mnuae Sot 1138. V<c- 
tnrta Preaa 

WANTED — I OR 8-REDROGM 
home with ildea up id 888 monrh 

I ehiMren 8-1543 

RBEDEO UROERTLT TNRIB- 
bedromn hnma la Willow* SrIwnI 
*rM 3-4184 Q 

TWO OR THREE BEDROOMS 

prefernbl* near Quadra Sritnoi. 888 
nxme 1-8311 


FOR RKNT- OB LUXE TWO-RED- 
ravtfn apariment wiih water new 
Two baihrooma large rHiamt eWr- 
trie range and fridge l#n pet 
month ineiuding heal hot waiet 
and garage AppTy Mr Ayr er Mr 
Laeiti Toekahira CnrperaGoo. 131 
Pori Street, nr l-Pitt 


VICTORIA'S BUSIEST 
DEALER 


YORK HOTEL 


Pwr a dernotuimion npyUlba rgS 

Tmyr Woodnn 8-I888 

Lmu OnMl 1-8838 

fXeb Roahloitb . .^-8888 

971 Yotet 2-8141 

LOW-COST MOTORING 


URSSRSD WKIMARARER PTTF- 
le* the Ideal p*' iminier and re- 
leeor R ffnrieei R R 1 DAcao. 
C PhofM 138-Ll 

nODLI KERREtS WERT ROAD 
Mr Oaon Cove Srhaa) RfftoWted 

■p^ K^MB*r_is«T 
IirLWi^ FARM SOARDiop 
iennola, happy rmaaln Ufa. m- 
leldnai bttdbUoR. Mrs Fayrr- 


41 FIAT AND 
APARTMKNTA WANTED 
niRNIKHED 

RETRIED MtmSTER AND WIPE 
need fumlahed tufia or bonaa 
Reaeoaable 1-8881 

piTORisnBD surfi obcpui and 

1318 VNtorta 


•88 A MONTH VACANT ORB- 
bad r pom anile Na. I Blerinr More 
and rerngeratar tnrluded mam 
floor. Wvrated 1818 Pemm^ RnaiL 
I-18U 3-8738 Nntlirk Rbalte Ud 

ATTRACTIVE, WARM TWO-RED- 
rm*m Mtu. Oak Bar Lorge u*nig 
room, dinette fcitrhen. etert rta 
range refrigerator end (Ho aink. 
(Mr - pteco beibrwmn hard weed 

nooee Vpnetiaa blind* Bendia. 
laundry bu* at done ndntis 
Ae aUabla Ry I, R ent um 4-iaM 

a ‘~U t B T. rOlfFORTABLS Up. 

bin Dnt In prtvaie hum* 3>« 
raemt Infant welrome ee avmoMo 
rntim' 00 dp i* Rear bus mm*w 
and pom. FbirfielC matnablp 
S-8IS8. 


(UiTS AND 


WILSON 

MOTORS 

Votfi ot Ouodro 
3-1108 


EMPRESS 

MOTORS 

f 

900- FOhT 5T 

Thru to Vlow 

Phone 2-7121 

Ooon Till 9 p.rfL 


APARTMENTS TO 
BENT. PX'BNIHmiD 

spacYous. PURNuTHro!~ selp- 
MBiained aqua iirint lodm. large 
bedrowm. dineiie. kiuVn. rnnso 
and Ding* Ouod lorauon Cloae 
In PoaaaaaHm Raa | |#8I Ronl 

•88 nor mimih Adnito anly Colt 
)4lb or J B WhiHomo • Cb 
Ud . 3-4888 anytime 

BRMIIT. CLSAR COST AND 
quiel. twd rmm and fcftekonMkt. 
ndtomallt hoa valet PairfWM. 418 
Ddrbnn. AddNn. 8-8184. 


NOBODY MOVES TOO SAPB.T 
for l*Mi rernwwod Maeert 8-1184 

RaTs'mORST' we SKRD TOO 
lennau wttbwnt rRargo 1-1844 

M ~BA1X^ STOBB^MkA' 

OmCEB TO BENT 


GRAND HOME BUYS 

in th« Clotiifiod Soctlon 
todov! Whottvtr vput 
Komt piMd fill (t by rto6- 
ing ttw CloulfiBd Adi. 


a BOVHBB TO BPJIT 

rt^BNWHED 

•UHRT BUROALOW TWO SI 
(••mo. oU hew rtaan m No* 

idAprU 888 per nmn'b The r* 
CamShRy. 888 Tlo* 


MASTERS 
MOTOR CO LTD 



41 C«^ rOB BALB I II CABS FOB SALB 


YOU CANT 

GET A IT 

BETTER DEAL COSTS LESS 
ANYWHERE jq buy 
THAN I .j 

YOU GET ^ , , 

MATIOMA 


^1 

GLADWELL'S MOTORS 


47 CiUM rO« gAL» 

NEWPORT 
I MOTORS 

844 FORT 4-3455 

COMPARE 

THESE PRICES 

They Are the Lowest 
in Town 

c-) PONTIAC M tuBt CbbUi 


CAtS FOB SALS 


CABS and TBCCB 8 
wra^iTgn 


n WAjrnsD to bobsow m busikbss 


Loui? Nelson BBd*^f^kr 

L-LrUlJ INCloLril faar^rwMB bon* biUi bu«ai«nt 


57 B0U81B FOB BALB 


• II roftniitB M S-*U) m rwdorB 

CC VAiio'liABO MBjr(io««r 4 -DbM 
DO SM 4 B. <U«aAUr*Mt. BOly Ml, 
■ ilM. iitvcBr eiAOS 

• U«rBOl*« BAif 

CO (-tfivMOLrr u*(«B ricKup , 
DZ Brib csnspy BMiBr. m* 

••n«r. UM4 BtUf <ar #0,4^ 
(•»llf traDspartBUdo #74^ | 


! 1-?. lopr.fSpp. b<»t ..m UI 

**“• **M DpM I eBMicb lacaUm rirsi p»»rt- 

** J‘t 04l laia M IM parabW at MP iDClul* 

WANTSD-OLOCR MODEL OKI- * »l mim ^aat mU Mr 
avptr far. lactllrm caodmon. ] Ka»l*a al lUrri FoaWf Ud . ITJJ 
Dot lli» Victaria Errsa DaugU* eitaat. Pboaa lOlIt aar* 

■ - — 1 umr. 


avptr tar. lactllrm taodmon. 
Dot lli» Victaria Errsa 


•OE niocKe CAM roe cAsei i — — ^ 

Vap lala Ml TaUi Siraad e4Ue W*i( nu— ALOurra WITH LAKQl 


Da Luas Tudar 
CONIUL 


(a»l>y traDapartaUao 
CA VAiaOUAAO Aadaa. t«ae r^ia- 
DU Bing ardtr 

PMrMP I ipacWi <^07^ 

CC VAMOUAKU Vatagavr. daaap- 
DD »trat«r. I.MI aiilat. brapd aa* 

$1745 

PAPH C 4 >a 4 .P. bratar, pat; t*a 
4 U avpara. atm In (taMaeulau 
tandiUaa throucUaut. parlMt 


Caa (laapea — ... 


4 f BOATS and MABINB 
FOB KA 1 .F and 
WA.VTIO> 


ar taaO i«bu af aantr t« inrtit 
la firat awrlPMaa al la and ia 
iBlaraat toM ■aeihlp pprmanU 
iLamrMa apprtriattd Om Imitb 
ar Jahn Blair narthvtaura Baear- 
ItWa al ViAoha U 4 til Tatar 
Itrm 4 >MH 


$1745 


oirraoAJiDa-iNao 4 Roe 1 

Ma« it ibr una tp Mart ihr® « 

•arricn ana ainirruiti to prataci S 3 A TIMBEB FOB SAUE 

lb.. At*. •«!»•, «** W «•“. and WANTI 5 D 

Bapart tepaUt all tir-dMfM , ' „ ,. ~ " *T n ~ »ii t 

■aiott. Brio* LauaoA. CUawa, 

Wurnntia , H*bar. Dr. bt.incb. balMan ar 

wnnna m n amk CPdar, llrM ar aaeaad iraPtb, Alta 

wuoue m (.uuta .&#»■»« or Biaarr lori. aor I'Bitb 


MODERN APARTMEm* 

16 De Luxe Suites I 
ofiB OP TMB Moer Amucnvi! 

New SCILOINOB Of VICTORIAI 
BEAUTWLLY APPOIMTBO. I 
fVLLV aHNTBO L U X V B V . 
I aUlTBB. Det^Bfd is gi*r tFpanU | 
' tba Btsoat la apartipmi living and 
I tbr OWNB A OBNOtNB U'V Xrr 

I arrvsM. 

I Baulpprd viih iha (inrti ta alKinc 
I (lavra. Prigtdairrt. auiMpatir laua« 

; drr raaa. lordtra, garmau. ta«ula>| 
I iiaa. rrpdf oil bat*«at«( btaupg. 

' BeiM'daadtaaa (toeri. party «aUa. 
and (tiiuif*. bandrd roo< by itia 
' Iidnrv RaofWf Ca. tor M ttara- 
BUILT UNDBR THi eupeevi- 
BIOS or A CDKVntUCTtOllAL I 
BNUINBKX. I 

Par aala fey tba tvUdrr. 


»aa HBm ,, 

Varaat paaMMiao. tl.tM* nri prr 
.rar it poatialt (or tbr purcbaovr 
a( Ihu aalidly r«anr«ciad ba.a 
af top Itrga roaau diMfeW pldafe* 
«g Pull featr.vpi Pitb imI 
ttaferr bat>«airr bast. N«« roai. 
Na.r yoar Iriott Aill Ptir. It Ml 
PBB ]«» PBRNWOOD ROAD 
Phono Ur A.ot 4 > 7 ]« 1 . rvrt. t-MBI 
ALPRBD rABMlCNABl. CO. LTD 
im BROAD IT 

KBW CODKTRT HOMB 
Op feua raiita ta Baantcb aaly 
M niBuUt ir> loan Lortird 13 
tea arra traatly <a pailurr. aiiA , 
toBia pradJclBg (rull urot Tba 
na.batrmoni bn»o baa t»a ferd> 
roaau. larga Uviag raa.. L-thaurd 
dintag rao. *tih oak n«ar< rlor* 
Irle cafeiart ktirbrn gfn«r«u 4 -tit* 
uiltlly Olt.O-MaUc h.ttin« Tbtro 
It aa rtorlidnt «at.r tuaal* alib 
aa alrctfte pu.p. t.me'luta pwo* 
t*>(t 4 ia Prtra «t(b irr«u line 
Bvrt. Oordaa Munro. 3 . 17 M 
Prater ■>i»rac HI VaiM J-M 1 t 


.•ftllSSoMi VtgMlBll 

_>^idba|^j. Ocf, 14 ” 

57 HOl^SiS rOB SALS 

7~ BbQDIMALT 

I 7 M lawn Pour rooau. MMirta 
ranar .cluArd AiU arlta fed feM 
C Bltara 4 <dMI at aiag Braitp, 


NR A -13 M DOWN- CtOAA 
Hill-Cotih ituirlct Tnrta feadrvon-t. 
Onv-r«ar>ol4 Oll.O*Ualir b.ri. 
na«vmi'nt Ovarr travkag far 
piatniana Ptiionr 4-Mia 

UODBR.N ^PIVbT'roOM WWB 
ttu<fO boorr. rlir. gaad bigb la> 
lauan Ru.pui raaai Vary rloaa. 
1.0 la appfociaio 43. 740 doarn, 
4*4 atoaih HIM lull ptbt. S>U7i. 

l.ANBIV»WXP’ BLOPt AT TPM CVAK- 
daana. brapd au« ihra 4 -feadioo.L. 
.odata vitb tea and .otmiaia 
»u a P haoa l^feMl _ 

POUR • R^U Moonw NCIfePX 


"" ] Beoli Alaatar a Biio. Lauaaa, I feuekvd Of <ol4 dacAod. ar dcLvarad ?MvSrrii*«ifT'~Tirr"*SiB BROW Tiiro^'^teuia>'**alk .o<lF(n fivr- nrar 

» ; C*3 PORO Cutw. eadau, air Clinton, poaar producia | to our .tlL HlgbaR prtrat ACo. v tooniM bangalov. ald*r typo and _ - 

S995 53 eandUiimw obUd pHI Ura*. Ml* Otii Ray Av.nua t-iall U.fear Co Ltd^ld A*»mt m firtt-tlni aondiitaa Coaunt NBW RANC7I-TTPB BUNOALOW. 

^ ! aaly ll.MI . 11.4 e’rTOQ " BBPORB YOU BTART **** -**”**- *'**’*' *’“ -*'**”- ' lIfkT Y«kth?ta tTiIIi featfmonl. furnara. laundry luM. ibraa bodro 4 «t, Urga dtaiM arrr 

1395 N*a «ar guarantaa $1795 *o^rr A *CTIfStr MAPLB tUMBBR WARTXD. WBBT JtL ^4«i all U*bi polabrd flojrt. ‘••'“•I* ^ 


C*3 tvba 

DJ Bodan 


VAUXUALL 

Badan 


.. $1395 


$T 795 | 


1954 


CO PONTIAC Bodan. 

DZ Poatrglida C 1 

LlKo nttr i I 07 J 

c 1 CHBVnoLrT Da Uuv Badan 


Naa «ar guarantM ^ t f r-J . 
CO VAROOARO Btdaa BBfibt I 
DZ luit avarbaulad. Ua.aculatt. | 

. $ 94 S 

guaraniaad 

CO AOBITN BottortaL angiat N*t 


Uoioop faur - dpnr Ona 
aontr. 1i>a> mtloogo Tbit 
ear I. fully ipuipntd and 
)uti oal'ina far you Tour 
dOPB pavmani 


$600 

1951 


SPECIAL 


lilt NARK HoliopoUtaa 
KtrdtoD radio hoaiti. far 
titt iqo prba at 


$1195 


LinrdlB Badan *i<b t'l 'bo 
luaury appainimao'j af mo 
ma*t ario'neratK auiimn* 
bllo Camplr*. r u t > a m 
aguipBont U'fludo* ahiio- 
«*’l iirot radia, a>r road>' 
iinnor one poaor ar;at- 
tor:aa Onvn 


Pu ir — CO AUBT7" Bottortai, angina juit 

. 'c .*c $945 

c I umton CoiUi. Cufe Cuapa u,... ... 

J I iRiagr. .A « A A ^ JlllJlOf OOA^n« 

SI 095 52.^..,.,,, 

Cl PORD Cutio. Bodan u-uos* » 

^'sapad $1095 

Si?;- $1695 ESQUIMALT 
5o;?:,'r ...$475 SERVICE 

.Q MONARCH CCOO 7 I I- 

40 Mod.D »377 COHNIR 

47 ?sr«?^"" ... $499 UOUl 


BKPOHX YOU BTART 
err A CHART 
Alatka l« Mivifo 
UB. Naval ttydregrapni# 
Ofodauc 

BrlUtb Adiniiltty 
Canadian Mydrograpbic 
Tida Bookt • L«< Bnnkt 
McQUADBB LIMITED 
J.1I41 


MAPLS LUMBBR WANTED. WKBF 4.4411. 

C»a*i Hardaoad Ud . Ittl 7tb 

Aomua Eatt. Vanrovrer. BO. — - . — 

“ ' •— — “ V 

WANTED — TtMBBR. 8MAIX OR a 4 C A T AAADl/CT 
lari* Will pay good priea Bai IM3 McA 1 /V\AKNLl 
VletorlA Prtaa ^ 


$475 

$599 

$499 


MORRtB Minor Coarb. .*• Bellom uf Valci tiotnaan You and 
rhanirally * t aC (be Waior 


m Oarbatly Road 

3 . 1 m 


.4 ■ “ * Thom** »-ld 

| pramUoo for taonty rrart 1 Oovorninrat ai Port 


OPPOBTIMTIES 


COHNBR AOMtRALB AMO 
UOUIUALI ROAD 


$575 

1953 ' 


lOCd rOflD nCut'B. 4-DM.r 
I 7 j 4 Moiol.ir «»*•» Air iond>- 
i.jnor. yordomaik dri*o. 
poorr itaarioi ttniad 
Him a oui'pvnor car In 

$2095 


MoTfurv ' U«n-fioi ' Bodan 
A v«|o >o«arr and paro 
latUf Boaukf a»d poari. 
ovordrsro '30 Radio and 
a'r rondUionor fno yaur 
co.fert Onan auly 


TRANSPORTATION 

SPECIALS 

-JQ POOOB I' l'"*. f-Oaor 
.37 Nadio and $125 


Bellom uf Vtlct tiotaoan You and Orl^KTl. > It II® unia opperiubiiir fei a uktliflad _ , 

(be Wtior — ■ , .-.n « ».,r.~unn-F i iPuifBor CCOCO 41 IBO DOWN, fMMBDlATB POB 

_ . UCENBEO HOTEL -„l, aa*alan- t'l-reom iniuUlod oidor 

boat LOUBXR POR BAl.B IN Ona af tba ntmi batalt *o hava i#rmt Conor niiiht cobtidtr lint bem* In th* rily C1o*a to al 

tmali ar ‘»ria feuantiim dra.tad bad lha privilaga af htiing fai car.on?*”*. Nri roof b*. .i' 

ta your aim BO r*d tadar rallaa teoia Umo A good modrrn alur.a f", 

ctdar Pica aandlni onk roudh building both ladut and goma- OAK BAY JnodMlnn BiL'aio oa-air and |o.-i 

iprkico MM E«im long panoU of narlur.. aUo roomt ar* lativluiif . \-ff ' • 'nnemw yior..o m . 

'vrs? waterfront .. .a. 

“?.'a 7 SJS* 1 “ .SL,"*.!!".;.,..’. APARTMENT ‘“i"!;.!?;, 

> *. 1 ','? ;rT„.v:?s‘.:i *prr,’a ■> » 

I CVLVBR CftAPT O«aor ragnim good raah payment prap*rty caotidtrH O*nor vantt 

I Btti Plan .no / no Alla PR U and alll tarry ibo balanre Tan* , •ciien ElrtC A/V^ BBTItVAN 

I 34 foot Mono) ntilt. airovA ma* tatt Msrrr Bayllla. dabnitan i. A'ting ) I UOrUUU Bmall hungalua -- full ba«amon' 

' iJto lariiaato ; i-titl I.ftl43 rjia Paton t Wil or t t75! H ra»h 

I BURP.ACINO PROOOCTB B I ;tnHrA‘?-i?rT^ia“rw“i«rrirn~wrrH NORTMWtBTPRM 8fCCBm«l iubllo* 

1 . uUPPUAd LTD BmiATTO OH AH ISWHD WTTM « Pl»o.ferdr.»a« hnmo full feawmortf 


rnoma luing and dtnlaa roomt. but Uno bllfeo l-43il 

ril.?®.i'rd^B to’frult PDBNIPHBD ROOMTNO HOOBB 
lurtt Catra large garden. U> iruit, . Jamet Bar. Ban 1741. 

poacbet. applet peart plume. ^ jj,/.,, >r, * *** 

chortiei. ate Taaet V4 Clear _ _ 

liiir Price 41 400 iermt tirantrd lilt RXDPERN ST PULL PRfCB. 
Burrtnn A Tbomat Acenriot Ltd 44 4M <aah Pbon* Eraltai HIM 
pbooa I.J3J? Rank of Commerci ^ ^ 

Cbamherr Oovernment al Port ATTRACTIVE 4 i-BOOM 8TWWO 
. • pungalov Lan«(otd 4.4471 


t*«ttan-fe'i-roem intuUiod oidor- TWO-PAWLY OR • 

iTP* bout* in th* rilT CTo*a to all ^A*!^*** 

canvenlenco* N*w roof, new «ui- Jt^btiaa dutfUW Tormt 4-HO*. 

ini ao» airing and la very goad BAY BOOTH. BPACIOOB 

rnndlllnn Bofor.io eo-aar and io.-«1 „,hi.r»oM bomi. 410.016 4-I314 

foni'^ lot Rangv nil lioaler. Vono. — - 

Han blindA nro Urm go oilh th* LAROB BVCLUUBD HOUBB. ONB 
deal aed a tool deal it U oi *4.7M or two loU Ownac 144 NfViMri. 

Ouy MoutfoU 4 4JS4 aoyiim* 


J K WHTTTOME A CO LTD 
1314 Nraad Snoot 


SWINERTONT'S 

• tiitPlIthed lllli 


nriXA/M i 4i^.vruUP?UArL 'bituatbd oh a« island with NORTHWBB^MN MUUnmw 

lU /O UUWIN 131 pJrlBirMi ^ Iwo-botirly lorry *or*leo. country LTD 

_ tiora with a boat of agonelot. tong 

OR VnijR ‘’RESENT CAR IO-TOOT plywood PIBBROLAB. ottablulMd. henlin of owner foeret cvrci 1 ChJT 

UK TUUK Ktjci-Nl ursn. , cruuoi. tlaeot ttU Beaidrt th* revonu# flow ' EXLcLLtN 1 

on Q 24 -Monfh Contract ‘*®- »abata®i^ '•“•n Mar* 3» tb*r* It over 033B per month I klV/CCTAXCWT^ 

on o iw FVtunin wviuiuwi Morcurt ogibMfd a ,tb remow eon- rteady ataured incoma Prop- INVtSIMtNIi 

init* motar bracket Only (wo 4rre with ator* dwell- g «iqd*rn lui’n. iiucto ipirtmont. 

mnntbi Bid Bargain 3-4PM. m,, tented caiiaga. P»*ra •• 406 t»a nod tfOZ /\AA 


duion Nuo brtirr 

. nn PLYMOUTH Cu*<a« 
lOQA Cretilme Cnn»*H- 39 

l7jWi>k;o Pull* poaer tnuipped, i.rvMm-FM 

pAtrfomatlf ladio heater ng PLYMOirTH 
Lnw miletro Ona awn«r Couw* 


$2795 35 


OOlXiK Btda> 


• $99 
$199 
$29 50 


$525 

1953 


ir>c A PuND r .>tum Badan a» 

I y54 :u: ' .n. tio.aU On# 

:r*‘ $1895 

inCd fXitXlC Rv>* VI 4-Ouar 

I 7 D 4 Hitter *uteM<attc aiiiia'i. 

<«■> ■ mo * li ' t * *al '. 

>. •.•*(] tla«t Wenv m<.r* 

. $2195 


TRUCKS 


5 « (rrupRNAKrK 

I poi-ondiitauad 
paint 

B-4 term* 


$695 


Ca PIVMOUTM Ba*ay 
34 8 e d « R Hrdrive’* 
tr«Ti> Cucom radix, twin 
opotkoM. tir CIOOC 
taddltionor. e'r .5 I 77J 

HUDSON Bodan Wt-o 
4 V a JQ95 

.Q PACKARD COHTUtT- 
INI.K Now automatia 
ii... (‘foidiiof u'lowi lan ■ 
b-o'or. pawor oinduna 

$795 


cMh*""* ■■ «d BHOLOaTOH BT. 

Juhlloe 

^»o-bedri»a« hnmo full batemonf I AT 

M3M tarma 43 dOd UVJVJiX /A I 

Cliy 

Kungalew two badrooma bt>*nioal 

I134P IMM bandlo* Offer* I I MU 

Cell R lufonn 3-t4ll. o»o» 3.J4A7 re-k n it *u 

Picfeio * cn Realty B-'i Part Bt for Only $52 Per Month 


EXCELLENT 

INVESTMENTS 


mnntbi bM Bargain 3-4P6«. _ mg; tented ceiiai*. R»*ra » 4J6 noiV'to* wod ' ' « A AaA BBLP-rOHTAINro DUPLP.K HfkR Brorvd Ncw 3 BcdrOOmS 

WWW >* prw\v nw * wtvtT a tN and atoeb Boma tarma. might n&tg $ww/wUU xea at MoIIiwikhI Cre*row‘ at** . . u a 

agonit 3-i7a, ®*‘* ' - | AuiamaUt nil i.oat and «ama*t.e Thi. oeauMIuUy.roiMirwri^ N H A 

Siu!^d2^ fJiid*’ piini^ and *a"n- 14 tuilao law rekto tdoul loea- hot water gat range Letter and bungalow uiib an oacglleni flo.*r 

Biurdy r,kiiia paiBieo ana *arn .... ‘a ' .... ai.aa.»...<i iamB m. :udo.i t*:" nitt. iun»hia* in #»#r» rwo* and 


I Biurdy r.uiia paiBieo ana »»rn- - a .iVA«.>kir»d it.rk im ludo.i a*;" duc tudthid* in #»#ry rwo* and 

' «!dSe^‘ia'’E ^^‘’*‘ apartment BUILDIHQMHTAIH- J’’*** $ 31,500 T'n't'*" 6l<»d» Lowor lulio ut a lull M*ra high ba.omeni w.rp 

no* Phaoa Bidcey IM E _ log magntfirrot ftvt-taom lulU far return* — i .UW riHinu fur wwnor Upper .>ullo furnato a''«i d*i*o to coratr. m 'ha 


no* PiMoa Bidnoy IM E 

CHRYSLER UARIta URALBRB 

Mtrgury Ou thM fda 

ORB MARINE OIBnUUUTORB 
ISd CingiUo Btraet I-Mll 


ini magntfiroot ftvt-raom *ulU far roluro* — .-.--pw i .-eww riHinu fur wwnor Upper .>ullo furnato a''«i d'i*o to coratr. m 'ha 

tanir ilP-fawl iKing raom* About , . .j ef four Mmm* oiuj. ren'ed *• klnunt Tnlmir a^ow, (to b* bowint 

43.006 grMt Irnm tomaming lour Be# aur latgo MiecUnn w now ,,j U„,j, on -erartie a m a low dawn parmmt and ta 

•uiloe Choua bigb Iwcauun Price *P*f‘**»*‘ »f'rod fia* m » i« MUM For inlar- gniog f«r wit C/^f^ 

437.408. CoDttdiT bwut* at part p*»- *^** •*• Bu»lfto»« b*wrk« o« Doug- j nmion tall owner J.M7t only $ 1 I »30U 

kir Hoiiand. J 7141, N't. 4-'l4B 


Mantr'h Paur-Owar flodt'i 
A ane-owtjor >ai Pea»r 
*l»e«)»B. pnwrf brtk'i 
au'.imaita 'ttn*mU*Mi. t.r 
condl'moor ridio white, 
wall lire*, •ui'iee A ohnw- 
rao* rar Dawn only 

$750 

1952 

CtdiUta Cniteriialo A>.iw 
ma'ia thil'. wnita aaiii. 
ouamm tauia air •wodi* 
uaoor. paaor windnwa oic. 
Blag«n<e aw aheel* Yaur 
dawn po\mon' i« an.* 

$895 

YOUR 

PRESENT 

CAR 

CAN BE THE 
DOWN 
PAYMENT 
REGARDLESS 
OF YEAR OR 
MODEL 

1953 

m»fd T>id"f Air .andl- 

tlaner. rddin A tale nu* 
ftnilf iBf and I' i *«ura 
fa- dawn paimopk Wf 


$2195 — ^ - 

1 953 t; . u C A WOOD USED CAR 

TOP* $I 44 D a good used car 

.QQ. NURD Sedan. Air Cihd - 

lw"« M* $1645 Special Wednesday Only 

wvaev a..... f-.-.im. w>. li-tMB^BOR In rttoUeot COAUt- 


:z $795 

TRANSPORTATION 


ORB MARINE WBT1UBUTORB Uuilo* Choua bigb Inrauun Price ?pd.fiyf»«l *1* ^ itir'ert PrlroMlJM 

ISd CiQgiUo Btraet l-MlI 437,408. CoDttdiT bwut* at part p*»- f‘***“* ** itiaiion rail nwoor I- 

, law o_r . I canaider price reduttlwn lor U* T*t»* and 4u»t BWivt 

I OIL koc OALLOR UcMUADU. I raab M amrigai* N Hartra»o • gar dotitl* appiy ta .» Bmllta IMMBI^TB POe-sr«aiON BIX- 
i:4l Khan lU-refinao loo-auAUty , CYotral Building. A-M37 t-4434 ar S-Iiil *vt»cul»w walking duianro 

, wH for marina angtoe* and cara. ) aaytlmo renlre rliy. near arhowl* tiare. 

||‘. HP~ WIBCOMBIH, AIRCOOUOI i 28B-B> iTLARnB ONE AND TWO- A. BERNARDS. CO LTD. ?Md|t>Tn”'*ig”Lr^»"Vathrooc?'m 

motar. Uke new l»> l-04]l _ bedroom lUltea with furplaert Hot PORT VTRBCT Itanco hall fireplace bwarmen' 

t\ UP wvtNNirDK. ana water all brat, leparau gat a.nd | lurnaro aulnmatic boat tewlate* 

104 Ph*na I-I414 ‘ meter* Duratd roof Bna- < - _ — - fitimodiato octupaary Offrrt in- 


M 4’Onn TUDOR ‘43 molar II* 
M WIUY8 

COMB IN AMO BAT 

HCLLO' 

TO A (4000 BUY 
LOW-COST TOP-BHAPB CARS 


I }.'h*u’naV. 7 u_ - — — 

SAVE HUNDREDS ON iJiV? ‘xeatmil; 'h^u 16 De Luxe Suites 

' FALL SALE NEW BOATS Realty. 3-4io«. o*#« j-pya* okb op the mqbt attractiyb 

1 PETERBOROUGH BOATS 


;;^‘‘v;n!bu.r;un*;a.?;' bungalow de luxe 

rwn8lt>an uc rnum* hatbroocn, on- CIKIC V/lfUUQ 

Itanco hall fireplace bwormen' rllwC vicwj 

lurnaro aulnmatic heat tew late* pito-ntamod ttuira Bungtlaw vna 
Iitimediato ectupanry Offrrt In- tot: «ld vith Iin4«rsped let an *e. 


vilod pTire 47g40 iermt 
L M ROBBVBAR Bi CO tTD 
Ills l^ncWy Street Phene 4-14 


— BXW nn ii nrwr.a ip VICTORIA' IMlBHTWtKlO PAOPBRTIBB ' loom with tub* an mtin 

.. _ - PART -TW4B 4*0 SOart BPAtPnPVUT .4 P P O tVte n *7 004- wea* •*« Three laam* aw* flpor Tbranib TrbH Bnwmenk wn% 

.« rARB I 14 Kandy Bay Hegular piiea tmolUl tegulred af •rml-rrllred RENTBD LUXURY Bunoalaw Mica rondU on |i,l gtr-ennatKoned heallr'g unit. 

M44 * 44*000 hUITM Detitned to giir lenam* i drur in §*'#1* « 1 9 AOD 

TKAKI Reduerd la' J40J Uf® 5.“* ' *•'* utma*l la apartmeckl IIMag ' Atki-.g IIZ.OUU 

3*5651 I iccrv OOAT^ J*“*‘ .V* *?i" Toumpod wiih ihe rin#»i m Olerne 11*746 -X* a. re* Modern ti* , j-7jgl Re* J-Jili 

USED BOA 1 5 imaacial etporiaora «ta*e» Prlgidaire*. au'omailc laub- »•«« bungalpw Pruil. e^ 1- - «rg j t * 

• I 14‘ Poierbar .ugh Super De lutt wort and goad folurn dry ronro lorter* garaaet Inoule- ‘"m* 41 OM per rear 1* 080 r»«» 

■ with tioerinc. romol* ran- ment Baa 1*44. Virtoria rrrtt (•_. rruiix ail hni.Bxipr *i*akinx rcauired balan. c 474 nor mrnth 


rmt tludcd alrvrt bo* hand* ta o*«m- 

CO tTTi thing t.->haprd living ond dinmi 
Phene 4-1041 ruom* with lirepltce two goU bod. 
rnamt. eabiaet olertrie kllrbon. 


3 * 56 Si 


. pnRti Media C.iH'»m Pa- tQMriBOli in ratrueoi <aotf'- UJCL/ i J imaiir.ei Prlgidaire*, au'omailc laub- 

1 953 -mu. y^dnmaur mn. •••« •» ■'’*'» •» *> ** ‘ •'‘th •"< •"jj. Pro.I •“«*«• larage* inoule- 

I mau* ynrdn^ trdueod If #OdC .ompUio wnb tieorlng, romol# ron- ment But l*#4. Virtoria Prrtt ,^5 rrudo oil bni-wtior beg'ina 

flanali At $1795 '•'“*A 4llAi $04D |7A TRtCKS Bod iraU. windthleld and fh'ome OPPORTUNITY FOR INOrPEH- n»l*e-iloartroed floo-i. gart* w«Ut 

■ignait Al TOagviPO*i gmR <kAf V v*" •» • demun.'ralor. la ^ and rfll-og« bonded real b* th# 

TRAII-r.B.S rOK »ALB Roaultr price |l »4 Bidne* Rimfric Ca for 30 .ear. 

I952fcdir Wrtrtc IQ BmcK tedan. eery gawd l«*0k. 7r-MtRCURT~ri VE.YATD PUbfP R'^wrod lor clraraat. «75Q pm* ,t”k^ let'* xfi^n **..« »«« Hire Oak to* lacaipvi, 

Slier $895 39 tag ear. gamt tran.paniwiw. ,V, ®*‘* W * r cr» a ti All ^ "" »"'• A""** 


WE NEED 
USED CARS 


TRAn.BR 

A.tau* 


^ _ -JO BUICK tedAo. *#ry good wa- 7r\,t»cunY^rivY.YATD nt/MP «.ror.». 

$895 89 tag tor. gaud trantpani^inn. ,, gftndjtmn two-^rd' rear Of>n! ®*‘* ’’/i'i* * e C O A D Al I r-i**-* •- — 

radid. noAier, »ery goM rOCA ,1, ,ood tire*. H IM. logiimtH . GLASSPAR ALL ,7-3370 e.ening. of Sunday, 
lire*, loductd la iOJU 4.4041 CIRFUf^l BOATS ***• '^‘'^•na Prott 

Cl CHlv. **daa. perfect toodi- PlDtKUt.A5 0\jr\i3 _ 

51 turn Oetd Seal auaranica. Hi* POBO 3'y-TON OOOO ) Mir 4 4 Olati Oinghie. Regu- RTORS AND POUR SELF - 

noaiy noinud beaiei -■ < 1 rtr> thane 4480 ar trade tar plrtup ,gr pnre 434k w 1 qC tamed tuito*. otrowgir ^ 

?iwA. $I199 7.1MI 1000 Burdon Reduced l« ^ ‘L®* t 

CO CH.V,.OLtr n.. . .tOMIKtn. THAn il. If,’. * Vi!r f 

?o^ i Sew "MduuS rVdl*“‘VA"'- “ *** Yrur ouuSIm rkll only ' ud ' 1003 Oaterameni tiioet 

or teat ra.ert wQOq 4? B FABTS, BRd ' BOBIHBBA BUXTEJI 

^ '^X\000» Nogent oed.n^/wri _ AtX I^SOBIKS _ , .(^ .ur^rOe Winter 

***' WRBL-KtHO 1*40 FORD BBeTaN. Wo 11 t‘.*r your mai 

jC tee noa.of tl79S Ford ataiiow wagon. 1048 tono-up that wiH pu' 

\0 V L r.« * '*•*» *'*■» •»*!» for Raring 

C-^ DOOOB Cortnet V-4 •euan. vk',»rgmi lOXJ View St Pnon# Mrlar* uP •« 7‘* b p 
rarriiont (lull Bool gueran- la 10 34 *> p 

'^.T.ieV'^vw? lO-lAi $2249 NPW~U>W^PRirW OMOrCAR ANGUS N 

I CA OOUOB Krgenl eo.ian like ‘tre>. 1 08*14 41J04 47P«I4. 

t aoa toe m'Vage uotd Real *14 *4 at ua«in dark. IJ17 Quadra 3130 D eutlao 

I guaranirr, beator turn .ignaU. I 


lino rrudo oU bni-waior beg'i'X rcgulred balan. c 174 por menth 
nnl.o-doarioBod floo*t. cart* v«Ut P»r ihii and o'her* rati 

• art rrli'ng' bonded roar b* th* HAROLD C CROSS 

flirkne* Rawt'nc Ca far 30 «ear. Kralmg 4AT Brenivood 

if’T.w”! "ir LOW DOWN PAYMfHT~ 


YORKSHIRE 

1C8TABLIBKCD till' 


rjirnor aiare for rent on lea.o ruriovr nmau* aro mi* ngeni* giMorp fi*#-tnom bungalow two ,,, -rtwr pt 
7-3370 eicoing. ef Sunday. Wtiti Mr Lovlti Vorbihire Truil 4-«ll4, bedr<mmi. Mb floor* to 1l*mt ^ * 


Rogu- RTORB AND POUR SELF -COW- 
I qc tamed tuito*. Otrowgir Inculian^ 

170 rrtenueblOOO otpenteabghl. Oood 

I buy at 111.400. L J CwUli, 4-0134. 

net 3-«3M Pembrtlon Holme* 


g 7 S? o^;ti:fb,hL M KXCHA.SOK REAL 


47 B FABTS, TIBFliS and 
ACC'ESSORIRS 


in * \et* At<ESSOBIfX , of o,ir tree Winter Btorag# Bffar Oab *Hay 4 or O-riwm bungtiow *« part nay- N If A BwrttAoe Larg*. orw »,» 

‘ ’ - _ — Uar .wtbaorO BB»iar» own' Noagenit. pieaw Phan* room b"u»e Three bortr-om* l.»- tOAArt nf^WN] 

|| guaran^ WRICKtHO 1*40 FORD SEDAN. We ll t‘.*r your motor a general « Km* Realty *"• ®otng kitchen with nn»k pZUUV/ LXJWiN 

79S Ford ataliow wagon. 1048 tone-up thtt wiH put It Ui tip-iop '*'• ’• - Cniored fieiure* halhronw rubU-r and **i per monih 

51 '73 A'i.ttn A-40 *edan flandy a AuU •nap# for Raring *-3t31 _ roUR-ROOM STUCCO BUNOA. (jia Qualit* ftm«h ihrvu«b)4t -m 4‘,-ruum bunta 


- — -- lor iHttlKmrO WB*ior» 

WRICKIHO 1*40 FORD BBDAN. Welt t'.*r your motor a general 


dining roomA ond through ball to 1 

Urge modern kiirben wued for, pr-rA-rr CAi r 

eirrirle rang* plot uUUiy room ' C5IAIC jALC 

Veoeilan ' POUR LOTS and otd daellmg. 

RSTATB I f*VrV? ' 

R-56iii5iH'llOUSB-TLL^roT.ii';;"«^^^^ rtir. 

a»hed ilo«e m Yield* over 30'- ' * — OPFYRR rONblDBBBD 

on tbo a.hed prie* Would arrepl OAK BAY tIPOO DOWN TO Mr Agar. 4-0114 or 3-04(8 


- ■ Cniored fieiure* halhrocfn rubU-r and 14k per monih buy* thli mad- 

rOUR-ROOM STUCCO BUNOA- (jia Qutlit* ftm«h Ihr9uab)4t -m *>,.rgdm bungalow, roflaa'etely 


la 10 34 *> p 


IT BBDtnaR HAROWARB 8U81NB88 *"• hot air furoa** «rnb dnvein latte treed lof CKHe (« arbAot*. mtulaied, eat* -tn. keep hardwxod 
’• for rlwni Mwtl thow t#a»ouabl» »• »*rh*dye on income p;tiK giwt bu* Ime* I-**’"* *“*» Hreplak#. 


TOP 

ALLOWANCE 
FOR YOUR 
TRADE 

NO MONTHLY 
PAYMENTS TILL 
DECEMBER 10 


$950 


whitgwalta. oon-iior# 1 OS k.*’^®'>‘* ^R YOUR CAR — TRY 

iiA»* M»4A. ^ Btreel Aoio WrecketA 434 

CA ro«D Tu^. OuM Baal g)Mt- q ,,|4 gg ].ggM 

JU ante* *try nir# eor. waac ■ — -— ■ . 

better 'I3(A< 57 t5’CLARES AUTO PARTR. 3311 

a A FORD tednn In par- W'vncl powflM- Mrt* for «ora Md 

48 feel rMditMm <41111 $/95 truck*. 3-10*1. 

CA HILLMAN, Oold B»*l gwaran- aPBCIAL dTPtll TUBELBB* TIRM 
DZ. ue. beater m eiehaugad owvu Mob UH 

• M3Si ^ i7j(J 4>uadra 4-O BIl 

CUSTOM RADIO POR im-38 
Yaur ore*ml rar will fee rontidvred I F ord <-iB3 0, ^ 

l"r •*"•** “.2 * balk’ - •» CHEVROLET 

Pa*« Rufigo* Plan. Itril paymroi mi l-433d 

Oceember I — — 

VIC wm aniSCIERR 3I1 dor- 
daa 1-IU3; nldblA 4-43BT j 

J AA \A/^OPi rLTMOtTH* MOTOR COMPLETE 

fV\. VVV-/L.'L./ aaa imi MrChir* B> Phon* 4-IOTO 


$495 

1949 


Poniloo D* Luat Sedan 
CMtom haaier and rt-im 
A depondablo •Waight 4" 
motor Read* tor winier. 
Your Sown paimeni U only 


$300 

1950 


locn PO.NTtAC C/io*otllble 
I 75Z (kodlo heoWr On* owner 
Orey fimah with contr***- 
log red upbol- w i AQC 
gwrvNowwnly ^lOTJ 

tnci roRO CBovertibia Cuaiom 
I 75 ) r a d I o. att cwndiUoner. 
white wall* w * '30^ 
Yery clean JIOTJ 

1 nC''X CRBVROLBT Tltdor 
I 75Z Heater, teal (995 


revert All for. 


Vanguard SMan BriiUh 
erowowty moiorino. and t:* 
lamplrtely overhauled iw« 
lor prooiiae* oepvnilBhi'i' ' 

Re Bit r and dofrwtlora 

Down 

$150 

SAFE - BUY 
IS YOUR 
BEST BUY 

1954 

Jionarcb Lucerne Bedew 
Tiiiona paint m*b*a 'hit 
rar p (tundenn in .1*1* 
AutowMiK tf*nemtaai»o. 
powfv arrontorlea tinted 

f laaa. whue-aall lire* Ail 
hi* for a lew dnuw pai - 


irhC'Y Pf>RO Cwalom Tudor Air 
I 75Z rn<vdltlnA*r On* owner 


J M. WOOD 
MOTORS 

ncPFNnARt.R 

oorwte • dp boto dfalfr 

14)3 (OOl-IIOI Taira 
Pbnn* 4-7IM 

OPIN BVCNlKaa TILL • O'CLOCK 

PLIMLEY 
j CAR CENTRE 

IN THE HEART OF 
AUTO ROW 


PARK IT . . . 

OR 

FIX IT! 

rnOSB SMOOTH tirkr. 
PLUS BLlPPBRT PAVB- 
MFKT. CAN SB A ONK- 
WAT •nCKBT TO TROOBI.E 
borrow and BEPCNBB. 

RETREADS 

Will aoe* ywu ai Wad 

Vi THE PRICE 

of a new ml of lire*. 


1 ONLY 

TRIE MOTOR W* OPPBR 
TO A PRIBND. COM- 
PLBTKLY NBW PROM 
aXAR BOX TO POWER 
READ 34 N P WITH RE- 
MOTE COfTTROL BRACK- 
m WE OARB irOT At>- 
VrRTlBB THR PRICE. IT.W 
TOO LOW RUT THB 
MOTOR HA8 TO OO to 
ktAXB ROOM FOR OLR 
NBW MOnriR NO PHO>S 
rMLH 

SEE OHBOO AT 


VICTORIA 
MARINE WORKS 


. Call Mr _ 

7M7. North- ; 

I AT ONCE / 

MANUPACTURB 


owner tranvferrrd. Phone *- 7 * 0 X 

A lovBiy HTurco mrNOALow 

uf 3 beOruotn*. nire U*lno room. 


modeto bitrhro with nowb ond 
uiility room, two boOroom* Pem- 
broke bethmom S’v **er* »I 4 Chip 


— — AKI/^I 1C AAADIK.IC f-r ofMiailoo Call Mr P'oierriy «-gOM owner traneferred Phone t-7*oi modeto bitrhro with nowb ond 

IH*i?’^J0»°°*’4 7Prtr ^NGUS MARINE I OBM or 4-7M7 North- j * lOVBlV HTUCCO BirNOALQW ** 

‘^at'mda*k.Ul7 Quadra 3130 Doutla. .-7*31 , w.ttrrn Becumb^ 031 Y.lr. | «b7nrt 5^:r^V• uT»% iV .^V’ 

. *-"®k<Li«‘^..,n“.*'*‘ir.^^.?o“ Owner wf fl*. vuli.v plx. -wo rturea ? UhrVNlT $9500 

POR YOUR CAR - TRY TiJlmT 410 080 - 7 **a .w. driyr ln garoge Termt ®»« - 

1 V/ VT.i:**’ \ p. 7 ‘au?* 


oinmeVtLm eablnrt elreTrlf ba; •'Vf!* . “ ‘ 


Bat .738, Victor-* Proa*. _ ^ | kmrt- hoi^^nr^ outo ®^J* %.V7tur:..;rbTt^ “"X'l! , 

PBBl QUARTERS AND 43.088 NBT. \ |»,aptr«v la lor >01e CaU U B , 3-4343 , 

All irll-conUinad_ Por »»»* .•• Kirk. 4-1044 or ret 3-MM. ~waiBnBJWiia~ b'cbciiwoOD I 


3-4*10 anvumo 


All trlf-contbined Por aoU 
irad* wp or down Bargain, tnwwlro 
from owner. Bog 1734. Victaria 

I Pie«» 

RE WA.ST iioU.VD BUBINBUBB 
• ofwher# on tba lalond Buyer* 
wniuog J-ina. Jawoe m Scott, m 
Yarrow Bldg 


S5!#n‘t^w^*bu^ POR tALE,H.„ .Ir.n oomed am... 

onertT 707 pandora Tow. I Cmmtry ll«n.. Ltd. 3-^0 'tt; j 1**.!;;^* /So"r “STtmlr jT^ei 

1414 HBOFERN BTRErr RryBNUB agcTtOM I*. RANOB 3 pu« pedron* ond utliii*. b*»e h*ol OrnW hoUM. ElATI^A 

over 10- , 44.400 rarh Bwith Baanhh OUlrtri. plan nm* Onuhle D,omhing dnublv 'OiMd IrwaMon ^\\Jt/D\J 

Pimne Keatmo HIM }gp} Utliag canrelted ' gertge Mnr<aige •• 400 Prl^ on jj, TayJar 4-*30t e*e 4-1003 


Kiru. 4 -tM« or (** j-a»ii. PAIRnBLD^ill BEBCHWOOD C" Pk I T 

R»Ui# peaporly, an rvroilrni r'Ce- XWI I 

NORTHWESTER** BBCVRITIBB biMgalow of two bodrirou. I'ving JT I I 

LIMITED room, dlalwo room. t>riob*. eartrxtd ' |•|anroB 0 bireat 

tun *fraa«lab. PuM latemeni. , 

• , automatic ail bra* •eporate e*- . 

. _ rate Price with lerrie *7 M® OAK BA 

M IJSTINCS CANCELLED th* Canada trust company 
. _ - J om. r.ealao*. 4 1040 HAMPSH 


SPITTAL 


OAK BAY SOUTH 
HAMPSHIRE ROAD 


THRBS BBDR4XIM HUMS AND cth i ~CCl I IKI/“ . "2^V‘ *'* . 

rettauraat Be* Ik wpimotta Gold- STILL SELLING | 3-8603 VISTA HEIGHTS 

•iream Hotel I Dunedin aoM by Cliff Oreen ATTRACTtVI MODERN BUNOA- e-iArtrt Pki-kiAiKl 

COMPLBTB CAPE EQUIPMENT TO end Stan Btan* of Wottern Home* low Cnniatn* li*mg room with open >/ULrU LaJVYiN 

bo told or moved Opea tn proonot- 'lid ond w# Kill have clieaU that fiiepitee dtnino room, kllcwa. lamiiy bom# in a bigb 

tieni. Phono 3-irf# *i»ut Imm# iwltfel luli CPU ut NOW, loratmn ond having TlfHBB l»»- 

— - — i•3ln. evenmgt 0-3740, *-1)03 Oll-O-Mntir furnace lewely (otaiino Hoogyp all on one flowr 77- rough - 

OUBBT HOU8B OOOD RBVBNUE I - i>rar Bhelboura* north of Lane- "wrnw an a , 


bate h*ai Onod h<MiM. 
double 'OiMd bwaMon ^}\Ji/D\J 

‘HI ®" Mr Ta»J»r. *-*304. eve 4-0063 


10 Prl-e on 
old. Phon* 


3007 Oovi BL 


I OUBBT HOU8B OOOD RBVBNUE 1 _ - i-rar Bhelboura* north of Lana- . ,, , , 

b-3407. 4-3400 CewUal toi 1313. Vklnrla Prem , MA USTI>GH WANTED do.ne Prlr* 4M*0 with en.y "iLtlO i-reet-tiM 

I ■■ ■ ■ ' [ — — - finonnni S Rargr^e. Reatior. raninel uiicbon and utilliy 

mi-em mre. rvrwrkiiir tUTBRB POR OAK Cenwal IiuUdliTt 4-*l« •»»‘'®f _ ,«« fneulaUd Pub bnaMaenl. 

I REAP REAL REVENUE >or ’OAea sap and BanniebJ - I na, air farnar* Oaraie Very oaty 


room fneulaled Pub bnanmeat, 
Hot air farnar* Oarat* Very oaty 


DISPOSAL SALE 
OPEN TO OFFERS 

I PvierhoriKigb 14 ' Bepbyr model. 


.1480 Dwwn pu't y.u In po*- S?Tpk ^ *2?^ ^ .ri:n'^nr'V.r ^t’ “ Vfl^An 

TadTemb?^^^^ %i\v. pu.. .*.** $8400 

Shi oT?c* $l 0 , 500 J room New ptombing What mare 4 -*m. Bm 3 -H 88 


outbonrd boat Damaged coodUMW. p D«pM<. Rlgh Quadra A very high PatrfleM 
Arting lor toeuraare eompwny. tbia lubKanliol p‘*<e of pr^rtly. tivtng and dm 

tMot 1* available far ib«p**Mo<i nt g|,aa ta, ikh gt.bM will heatiai and i 

Ango* Marine Sealed offer* will handle #11 ACkA '"‘'•rm Pl»a* 

hr Bcctpled dnlU 0 pm 0*a 11. (ar _ >1 I rUUU Hnk* R*^iy. 

1*43 nro nwwn i.m 


CaROB home U* ROCELANO or {do wu want with only HI late* 


MWft b**e large per re^ 

f re&Mj &Ai>WAtcfl f KK CTTY BROK»«AOw 


/*& ai A AiAKJ I ••* El*w vwwr ttrev the OUAR- ' BALBB B BBRVICB 

UANAlrlAN V..AK 5 ! aHTEBO OOODVBAR TIRB .PAC- Douelaa Bt 4-7411 

a O PONTIAC l-Pataeiidvr Club TORT APPROVBOi RETRBAO « . ' 

AocnuD* fuitr owniptmd worth your tiro lo wot wata in tbo BOAT LUMBBR-VELLOPr CEDAR 
wMv n^el m-TAC <*f Krutiurally damaged -WAHOOAMY RSLWOOD OLOB 

A#fF nicuei m^QC longiha marin# oItwoo*. 

** KBBlJ RIBB 8 TEWB 

a^OLDSMOBILB Sedan- #ync 

47 ei.e Real v.iue 56 y 5 SAFETY BEGINS AT R A GREEN LUMBER 

. -w NAAN ‘ 18 *" Beonn Thto line I _ _ , 

4/ temilv rar at * gJU <dC7 CO LTD- 

lnr.ee of only 5^3/1 V/l/^TODIA OnnglM Ptreet 4-3411 

46 ird:r”‘" $ 545 ; UfpElisONAirLOANS^ 


ANGUS MARINE 

BALBB * BBRVICB 


New malar 
Al . . . - - 


r_. $1495 


Your Difference Deol 

. . . K. a I I BRITI 

Is Less at Natipnol *u8tin i 

6,000-Mile Worronty 

^ r , 1 irtCO 48AVPL0K'BR 

30 -Day Exenonge I V 5 J Triumph looor 
Privilege i .Ian? nn#"*'.? 


.U^uriim, pte.e ,.,,K 7 nth^Br'*Pb.m.*- 4.:3 Montreol Trust ComDony 

r.r: . $ n rooo ' "" « 

WE NEKD UBTINOB POR APART- matir heat hot water (irep^l* * Uuit bo mid galcklT Peuf b# 4 - 
C II 4 B 0 Dawn. Central Park area. , aiocka and bmiae* hotel* Pevwltete both Owner C«*h tnnmt double plomfeint. largo 

well inrnied on a largo Ml. «i>A -^, 1 , rnffee thopt Alei Only 11*48 Ml rtovyrdale 3>«180 I'tmg rwcfii. guevi-itae dining loom. 


every nickel $795 

a^OLDSMOBILB Sedan- #ync* 

47 el.e Real value $695 SAFETY BEGINS AT 


etirn buiidme room An glde^ Kegimg. Hirkt Really 
type tld«-by-<idt duplea Pie* a„, 1-8704 
rnom* one *<d* eeven the other . — - 

?r $ 10,600 LIST 

A teal pier* of nrweefty far a' ^ . 

bandr man. I W TH 


.■J NAAN OBO'' Beaun Thto line 
4/ lomily rar a* • gift # eC7 ' 
»ric# of only 

CHEVROtrr tfILdC 

46 scdbn .. $j 45 


VICTORIA 

TIRE LTD. 


1 BRITISH CARS 

pxa AUSTIN Bomervei a b-*W , << 

‘ 5 Zrar rompWMIy •*• main*. | 

m Ig'inyy-new 

Irondiimo >IUZD 

1 irtCO 48AVPL0K'BR # a a C ' 
IV5J Triumph 3 Door >04D 


Oovernment at Br-g'd 3-1 

iJuti down from the Bay I 


O Palrfield da lute tli-«tiit* 

I anar'raeni blmk New n«n*< 

I w„t lab* •aokliMiablg Had* 

B Pour M(‘*t for IdlOO N,iit<teT 

I will deliver b*a'4i l4l e'lite* 

L"r,y "" $26,000 


14484 RKQOIRn) BY CBTAB- i.. ” 5 ZO<VA/U 

3-1148 h-bed iwklorM ter eapantinn 

AdMuate P n R .tiet ahow'ng over I8'. - 

r» , Repavable at tJ*t '?* Prldte* and *<ov*. inrluded 

It mratbt. Bat i4*J. Ylctwrm Aulrmatk hol-aaier h-ai Mot»- 

Preak I gage of 138 808 can be ar- 

$ 63,000 


ineo AUSTIN Bomertti Bodan 
I 75 J Nn 4M A e 1 1 dC I 
really Mne <-*r al R I I 4 J 

I nCA AUSTIN Dwvoa Bodan. 

I 75U Well trired al mCdC 

• Stork No. 83*1 «50P 

Began Wa- 
I 747 rbanically la # 7 Qls 
tow ibtp* . )575 


12 -VOLT BATTERIES i 
$19 Ex. I 

g-VOLT BATTERIBS HIM Br 
rULLT OUARANTBSD 

PRANCta BATTBRTCB ft HRCS 
LTD 

RETRIAOINO BPBCIAUBTB 
1411 Quadra Bt. Pbwna g-TOlB 


ftlA MOBTUACK IZ)ANH 

INVIDVr IN THEBE WU.L- 
BftCORSO MORTOAOM 
let Mortgaia M OBO IH M P*r 


WITH 

RITHET 

TM PORI BTRBBT •-43: 

C 7 HOt’HKS FOB HAI.K 

ACTlbN'WANTBOl 
Offer* lovtWd’ 
‘'trameOlat* Paaaettlm " 


- - - - largo cabinet kiirben, tunrwom ar 

43000 ('ABM aiX-ROOM BUNOA- 4,^ ly)) baaement. Iwo eiirn 
low Three bedrMma Ptott ka*e- r^Mt. new oil bat water fnmare. 
men’ Immedia'# pewreeKon PNil a real famllt home worth linking 
nriie 17010 Stan Hyland of P.- «• priced w 1 j yr\/\ 

natvlal Rurrev Lid, 4-4)8$, rri aaji )|4,rUv 

•-144I or 1-8488 

NKAR-NBW BAANICn RUNOALOW. ALSO 

I f'.e rorma. baibr<mm large living a,,ta foui 

f}repl%e4, rttwlr 


ALSO 


r-rwin. nrepiare. lour-piere rent- home newly Oernraied 

ut»k* bailituooi numetou* apenal tbrougboui and witn a large llvmg 
buitl-ln feature* garage, bobby roniti and dining trmm nftulerw r#. 
«hn*t lovely garden M4M; Urma nmet kitchen P«ur-oie«e b*ih> 
halt rath Offet* invited Rove- rnom Oil bol-alr healing Prieo 
tear Co tllb Lsngley 4 0P4I 'Oood # 1 A OAA 

* 1.430 SQUARE Ptrr Term*. $ 10 , 8 UU 

OtL-O-MAnc Ck '1 a a Chauvin iTruvi Ofit'eri 

Tbit honoe rontuta of 1 430 tO'iar* 3-sm Bv** l-tt3S 


r h»ai MorT A aiy-room bungalow wtibla walb- fe*i floor area BHuated on *t of ~ 

tan be ar- "ig diitane* l« city coaira. near an arra al laml near aehsol a^nd o/sv/ai toi iCT /“rt 

A e "» erbool*. Korea, eburehe*. bwae* *tan*oofiat(wd, 3'k-mii* tlrrle. Hat THE ROYAL TRUST CO, 

$6J.CXX) aolomaue furnace, beat •• ill »n be aeen 10 be 0Pwr«l#ied Piill 
rwama Rew Oureld roof. Newly pritt tl4 000 terma C Bltoro. 

ti.Mi. niodernlaod kitchen featuiet Bn- 4 0044 King Realty. S-llll $1500 DOWN 


rt nuni#t#B ^wssm rirftto mvatriiJmi «ivnrp irstai^s m 

° f^. dup>?)^r rangmr^n trire ‘rone* h»1l. fUeplace. baoemtal 


frnwi $10,000 U> (gk.iOO AH 

{ ond dt'trv-u What bav* you 
a aeU or etchangei 


l«i Mertoagf 44 480 *00 1 

mwnib. li-3-y«ar lerm 

IK Mortgad* If OM IM ' 

mMtb 7'. -S-year urm 


$850 

1951 


Dn<(gw Bedaa Tbia imert 
aitror'lv* 0-rvUnp*r mndel 
will flee vau deprtidgnla 
drniag ond romlori ai'b 
iia rwetno) healir. Your 
dowa pavmeni 

$300 

BALANCES 

TAILORED 

TO 

YOUR 

INCOME 

AT 

GLADWELL 
MOTORS LTD 


BARGAINS IN 
USED TRUCKS 
TOO 

10*30 I’v-TON CMBVROLrr 
I 7j7 Van bndv WOOf^ 

A »tetl at 5Z75 

in. <7 DODOB t»-Tdn Plrkuo 
I 74/ wHh #*} AC 

raneo* at m545 


PLIMLEY 

CAR CENTRE 

Austin D'Sfributors 
Over 23 Yeors 

1020 Yates St. 
Phone 2-9121 


I7C ALTO BEPADCS ba 4 jg| ggaytaaga 11 too iMtd per 
8EBVICB mnnth 7^ • 3-year term 

MOONBT'B AUTO BODY BHOP JJiJ*nth**V?*%4d**dl2ottOt 
J.4IT1 Cwmoieke MUtoiOd rapaira 

oainiiaa Kt 3nd Uwrtgate I3.d8d. 130 

— 5— — ^ ■— — »■»"«•» 7W-3700 dUcdunt 

RADIATOR BlOunCB AND RE 

•aiiv- Bipart, gudnivmlral feat Bm W* have many othtt well- 
WUftOH MOTOBS Talo* 0*. tavntmeBi* M rMn*e 
wiadra _ _ 


HOPE REALTY LTD 
per , 1203 B'oad Sr. 2-6246 

t Eve* 4 - 31 $d 1 40 M Of l- 0 d 07 


GROCERY STORE 

A MONKT-MAKBR 


icance nan. luegitacr. laarment. •/ a e- a W T MCVW — AVnvAf-TIVW 

*„ , hnm? «r fort, near the Pput 1 Lwrly 

rou •• ramaa dawaxaira Thee# rwwm* and Canker IwcaUogL Tbte home M now 

• Aa you kMw. elM#-la *la-rwwm u^tlvrowm up*tllte”*^n bate men i re n led al *71 wer monlb PovagaaiM 
. ’.•« and Craacf 33 8 M melodmg , «n Oct 31 Ut dTim' I . Thto 

1 . M ROBBVBAR ft OO LTD , fdniitur* Raaaoaab:# down hiwvo ronaUia af lart* living roigi 

IIU Langtoy ftrm Phow* 4 -d 04 ) g Hargrave. ReaUnr. Cta- i n'I** aptm fireplac e. diftotM 7 **’ 

iZ Offara lavUed .... gyiieia^ 4 md 37 anrtime *t® kitchen, twa bgdrnwn* lmir» 

AUldd Waaudi | .i*^*’.«"rt»me p.mbrak# bath, ail flowr fur- 

— rkft»»eA*» Biv — ' A CHEAP LTITLE HOME POR r>a?e. Only (evea year* oM UtUiip 

•«*e Llvmg rwdm twa bed- room wilb tub* Urgo aktaebdB 
nM sawii-i 4 .gM warm Mnjaidw , rablnei etortrte kltrheii. , vraodabed Thto to as *TCAA 

With intalaud cdltlaga and flaara. anmy room Oa *v of as oere \ #«rai)#fit p^y •* $7500 

Pembrok* b 4 ^. apB otbe* aew *t,aeh*a daubl* tarat* Cbl'ken i 

niumbtaa inrhedlog Conner -mm .a., ca. *m ui.a. imrn,, Mr calfd 


■BQUZMALT— BIZ ROOMB 


pwnth. 7 '. gl 4 d diacount * MONET-MARBR , piumbtog inrhedlBg copper -piP* pen for 380 bird# Ow (ermt 

. _ . ^ iMoa ner ••f* 6 w»v KOf* wilb no 'ampell- Remndeled kiieban Thia boma prired at gJObO Camiart Harry 

.w“* 7 i?*Vvaa* •" "•* «i 8 -"»daie 8 >eal market rimwai the very highait IM per soviD*. Aahiu'wn'a 3 - 4341 . 3-4143 fUC PHYAI TRU^T 

flivnlb 7 «k --3700 dUewunt enaiwmeni niutri hiM.r> ukanth f<vr baoiaag. caoaiag wttb — - - — I rlC tvS./ T I 4 

U... .... oener •eiu^r-.f«t Oaed toam K ^ all and healing hat water Lxatad DBUORTTUL MODBRN HOME 

tavritmebi* *l« rhank# (ram .Bailie handled bv Iwa people |( blarb la v'are# and bua. and Pvmbarton Road Urge llvmg COMPANY 


f7D AUTO iriNANUTNO 
Mid INSITKANCE 


431 TO'** — Northweeiern Becuri- Pnrw ’P'-n* *ia«b 
l«*t of ViclwrU Ltd 4-0034 •"'r 


’ eau ere lanaine for e nlre rieen ‘ hOHdr U dwetvard MafRhly Mf- , mwm. dU>U>g .w. 

Call Don Bmiib or iahn Blair • Jwvin#*#. ba Kirr to *er thi* "'!'“*?* **.".**^* higher 5^-**LaSam. iwa^Tiihlw^v' 1 Ooveromeoi Bl. 

l To-e. - NortbwMiern B«uri- -p « *'*«k »l $4450 ** rnwaidwH PW.e Tall Mr ! ff*-®', I tw oinM 3-8 


den. tanraain. 


COMPANY 


rnone Z-7IZI ^K.i. Ciev#*f\e>iran fOHDB Oh RAND AND 134M8D1 

Automooilt rinoncinQ atvlt ayailablb por 
Auto Luons ' MORTOAOt LOANB 

COMPARE OUR VALUES 


APARTMENTS 

u suites 

fa PalrfitM AO ••He* ora mT- 


Owoglak Havkat ol Horry Pmrter tardea Price, 410.338 
Ltd. IT33 Dawflae Blreet PHwm >'•**’ 


V3I81 (•fief hour*. I-44** 
1-II0I< 


OORZAIE8 
CLOftI TO BBA 


OOROON HBAO - #BA PRONI I J/\| h 
ulUa-Hodera fivr.rowm bwngalaw >W I. 

Living loom 34a18. large pieiure'e*. wnw mr 
window* Bua deck. Deeth force* ^ 


DALBY & CO. 


toco 'v-Tww PitkBp. I 

$ii 95 ii 954 ':sr 


1953 


fOftD 'o-Tob 

firkaw 


I Q p J CHEVROLET 

I 754 ^rkno 


$1095 


1953 ; 1 Sn 

radio 


*'395 l949Ei^" 


vrUDXBAEBR 


1 0 .dO 

t 747 COHVBRTtBLB 


CAR BUYERS l pypoB* •iwaomi Reiotarmod ft 

C7QC DUicr\.3 »3i Riaagftayg 

* 2 Tn ill?*! “iuT ^ Wa HAVB MOHR AVAILABU ‘ 

CRAM- , fdg Mtiw we imali bwildmg towaa. , 

.-4-^.,- Aak wa NOW btfoeo yw« bay. .2^ --TC.. _ aoMkarcial nrww 


ptomM aWgfiUmi Reiotarmo* ft AO telf-ronioiaad la boat ibeoMbo «erma in raeporamie pwrrhaaer Ta ff**f*5*< 

r>e net ftiuaftaew . In Riah Owadra Pull baMment Lat <im w k WeKttAeimi a.viag ffaffw mcaiod mi a Mga ml M 


2-2111 
4 7911 


Pondora 
at Ouodro 


MBRCURT •> UMCOUi - IBBTROR 
BJIOLIA — PREP RCT — OONtOL 


NO! NOBODY 
UNDERSELLS | 
NATIONAL 
MOTORS * 

Open Eveninqs I 
4>8174 819 Yoltt' 


2=:- .. $1195 A, M TAYLOR SPITTAL K2' 12^1^ $27,000 

I 111, raoAD «mwr 1 *“ O"”—’ nr xmi, •.« • >x. 


In Rlgh Qwadra Pull baaemeni Iwt fttw. w K. Waabwaun. 4-1l4d -J* 

la \ ^ Hm-waier be^g tn- days 8-1838 gvea tdand toeaut- ,2K. ^ 

tern tv*#n*a« yearly aboit 4840 •«)* Cd, Ud , ill** ^mA^Sf 

Reevnoa yaartv nbawi 14 888 Bhwwa ' — — •* JJ“ •*'** o» 84188 Ttrma 


A REAL SPECIAL ’ 

I ORLT-Haw VILLMAH COH- 
vnmBLW at Mg d i i i b W L 

JAMESON MOTORS 
LTD 

H8 RROVOHION rTRBWT 
nCTOftlA BO 

I OPRM PRfDAT tVENmOB » 

I PbMka 4 -C 331 

■MBA; 8-mi • l-MB 


HOW MUCH 

IB YOUR 

LIFE WORTH? 

OR TOUR 

WIFE'S 


APPUCATYORR POR LAROB OR 

amaL iMetaAftW afftrtmtod Wa 
iwgriitmt M ronaaagmg. alao war* 
tbartww — itdPOO* and agrotmeM 
I Daa Bmnb oe BoRw RIatf. Hoelft- 
wMtora RowarttM af Wctwrlp Ud 
ai Tatdt team l 8881 

iwr ttORTOAOB AT LOW 


Mr. Damon. 8 - 7111 . Eve* 3-44 
P R RROWH ft eONB LTD. 


LAKE HILL AREA 34488 . Wiran^ 

TRrm-bbdrgom bwntalww Part aaao~rM^w« 

botameaL. ad bat-olr furwaco aad ..1IT- ^ 

ml£‘“r^ 


COMFORTABLE 

Poor-room g*fUgn wNb iaiMf 
gae a err PoB bnamagad, aaad tprx 
dea with rbickea bwaad aad *ad. 

SrJKT •'•II $5500 

Mr Romp wvwa 1-8441 


GOING CONCERN 


with mnmg •#•«• larfw tlvtag 
rae«B. bathroom aad tbeea bod- 
roman oalv Mt yoara oM and aomi 
larm* 84.466 

Idr UiBY ave* . 8-1881. 

Jam** Ray 


ktarea Pull prw* 14 438 C Slfard . 

4-8848 gvwaMga 6 r KIB 8 RdhRf. VIEW 

Raw Mg-eoma 81881 Utraedtvo B88U. 

POUR-ROOM HOUBSa 1716 AWO ' TRrwaBh boB glia. Uvifti rSiBt. 
1T34 Cedar Rin Croooeaod Parnod- dlaing rawm Md kMgftOR aB m- 
air ad ftaal. bardwaod flaara. fwRy ■p Hw aBf aMs wHft vMw aftd 
laawJatad wtratv ••••- 8>Md aura bwf^tai fadtaraa. TRrow afea 


OROCERY AND COHPECnOWERT ' Ctoaa rwmfwUhto bwagatww nf air a(l haat. bardwoad flaara. fwOy ■ . , _ 

r»r»iehed g.grf - ula- “* *“ *• •** »BgwJata8 wtiatT tmm. mm aura Aw*-ta fjmtawh TRrow 

baaement. aeporwu •arag*. om ,«.j* pnoaa 3 «88 ktiraama Oak Obari OlRRp 

rahre tag term* grrangN for,-—- — .raa* PpB high bammawd At- 
tww taaa* Ail moaerw i gwipwav ggyig I WMBN CEANQINO TOT7E 4(3 urbrd Mrang A vavw Mvplf 

RATNB ft TOOER AOBfCIBB LTD i mm. 68 6wrw l8 biVM^ ***.,^ 8*bC6 tw bvw. fBWa gwvd «8fW 

^ sisrs SSmSml 1 ^ ^ 1 1 S POO 

)18r500 RBRB IB TMB BWT BUT IN OAK ^utwa 06pt 1 '*'**'!? 


■PBCIAL UnROOUCTORT OPPBI roaaymeada Wa A«H /U***®.*^ I gle..‘ ^ --e— « , — .,^.,.1 

ftielietne Twnm •• P ■»* •■■ m gaartfagoa. i RATNB ft TOOER AOBfCIRB LTO 

Nvion Airliner- 1 vpt ^ dMiA. in var- ^ !l7AVe.ei *•*••• 

Auto Sect B«ltE l»aeft^w«w •w $18(500 RBRB IB TMB BWT BUT M OAK 

A'l cwlwr*. Bmt •• !■•»*« Tmaraetf HORTOAOB LOAJfB I Or wOl lead* 


Baev U laetal 

ini.95 


Mr. RAIL owes. 8-81*1. 


owaiiaan far both , ■v«a*ed owov fr 


DICKINSON & DUNN 

aofe M TRa ftay on Anma Way 


MORTOAOB LOAJfB I Or wOl lead* Bar Five awaelwaa twaa** wHh — - - ■ . - | Mr RaU. owva. 8-81*1. 

Pin aia maaot owadaato far bwta , ■v«a4rd owoy from cbala okorM ruika a* kammaal Rot air Oil hoot. BALE BT UWNH4 NEW Nil A 

firm aad mewad marlgade* Caa- 1 garvwaadrd by arw awkdiviamaa Oaiy elibt year* old tww tatra. hoaio OB-O-Maile Ro baaa meat . * «wra 

«**• M. B»Mthwana. Piaaaomi Bar' I pw* oMl Mrt 18rCaM1dH lit- Teram mjB6 Btaa Rmaadv. Pmlpid mpdrlatty far f Uff iT H. A HUMBER LTD. 

vay Ud_ U84 OwtaramgaA T7 ' raadlfir Raalbf. 886 poet Bi. , l-ltd #*** I-4B64, LwmB ft caopk A nle# boma. fRifti l-dlTe'. 

44MB. Kafti 8-dtU. fboa.. 4-dMB. Rgarha. IIM BMamaN. affo* 8 pm UM Rgaai Bl86« B4II 



22 VMwte 


S7 POB SALE 


57 ROt^ES POB SAUl 


Oct. ]5 

•7 HOI HEK POB HALE 


By Fred Neher 


HICKS 

REALTY LIMITED 


WHITTOME'S 


F. N. CABELDU 

LTD. 


BROWN BROS 


RITHET 


-neWst^ad 

REALTY LTD 


TTO 

ii:t atANCHARD rra — T 

PHOMa 


I S*(S?Tt*yuoaOR-a cat 

I A GRACIOUS FAMILY 
HOME IN OAK BAY 

aitu«lr4 oa • «u>tl fPAC 
t»C OIU>U'«« (T4HI »U1 Itortt Anc 
Ad oldvr dim b«uM ol 
rbtrATlcr a&C rb*i« On Dm buir 
f)i«r • ArllgMfUl IDlDf tVOfO M*1A 
*iin A Ian* ttrcpisi# ARC u«k 
rtMii • panrlird l•mllr->u* cm 
IRC fiM* R^fl Prvnrh d(MM» la 
bAlceni d*n «.tH ii<r«i<K( •nd 
I an onatuAt r«kit>»i KIuImd Ur • 
CTAriau* atAtraar fear brdnioau 
*ad t-pirrv Pr«Rralia Raitt 
•f i-ttpRaArili >n *11 ruofBa Hm-rm 
I h*Rt arpRraip t*rR|* and a imalt 

, SI 2,000 

t Alrt DurRidia a-tsai anaiioif 


itia sROAp •rRR.rr 1-1114 
MaaiMr a( MuHlpJa Uattaa taivav 


$1900 DOWN 
MOVE IN AT XMAS 


SAANICH 

ClOM la. fivt-rapM c*dar-tPak« Run- 
■Ua« oac ftoara. covtd atiltaat. 
caroar «»d««a PuU Ra*«Bi«&i. 
dtire>ia KBra«t Szara ropM ut baia- 
RiiVt vittt bwiU'ip btipK 3M ai/Ui 


TbrM • Mdr«o» prapd'Oaw HU A 
bodiRa With auleaiauc aJi >uat. in 
nip an Mwrr. anw haiaa nada 
raadp for occupan'r Do»a pay- 
laani* frwaa ll.MO Low wMctbir 
partbaait aalarl yovra ao* Cop* 
toft MK rUOMAI. «-4l17 DAY Oft 
aiOffT 


Tarra aulaa (raM nip aanlrc Half 
a felPcA M actMRl. ataira aa4 ttacu* 
poriaitab- Oowbla UL lOOaiU. 
Ptuji trraa abd a mall 

Iruita . 

CaU Mr 


Tatar tt» . ^yy/O 

~ ' Bkatinaop 

HAVE ONE 

700 ~ 'AlKtm^. tour 
/UU brdraawia, two hatb« 
loact*. ibraapb baU. ■odfeib, 
a'acaa , 

C1.il 700 BAY. Madrra 

ji4>,oUU alt room rumpua 
raoai ip barrwiaet 

C 1 O 000 ” ***• woOrtp *11 


HIGH QUADRA 
EXCLU5IVE«WHY ? 


»«<Auao ibia u a roallp load bari 
Ownrra iraviof loan Iduai art). 
Attrard** w<odrra ibrta • Mdrnnm 
haiM, hl(b fotatien rvrrp (oovrp. 
lane* WaU«iP-aali carprt. rvira 
Prdraom la MMinrnt rumpua r«'«m 


<9U-H' Nra fita-toaai banaalow 
Larga Uriaa in>in dlblnc uauoi. 
t»ap:ar- n»t fluwfa tmm b».l;nnnu 


DES HOBAN. 2 0974 


baat Copprr p,pa nauiiMd lit tor 
douRla plumRtna Pali blah Ra^' 
niani Drirt-iu caratr Luw puwn 
pavtnrR. $9975 

Alai KaauRi 9 9ie« Cara l-dtoa 

GORGE 

• Luiai^y t»i tha Wnrliicg 

man flplmdid oldmUba tami.f 
homa AiUat'-ua IDibt tuun. .ai^r 
atnmr mom and kitihan. thira 
baiitoawu plu« ruom in full hian 
RaaamaDC Cloaa la work and all 
(unraoiancaa In i<arlart rPnCiltOti 
Tina » a rral Pup 
r«r 

Mr hawMin Whi-a l-»lk« 


Campari attni-rooip 
boma * a c I u 1 1 a a. 


Knool and iranipwr- » « I oO/7 
tatiAb Prira 9 t I < OUU 

With If AW down URd HARVIY 

«-tl37 KVM 4-al4P 


COOOO* **''*^’*''* **’'• 

9yy\J\J bataaaaot and a s 1 r a 
loom oaraca 

CO^OO " four mama 

wiUi baaamtni auua 

t.’ 000 dpwa 

» gnCA~Mrarlp flniabad modarn 
atiwca four roooaa. ba>t> 
maai aaraaa 

rzcnO — Biucia Utraa reonai, 
jOOUVJ blab Iweatloa. t3 OM 
down 

P UareobL traa. 4-Mfl 

LANSDOWNE SLOPE 
•VIEWS 


$1500 DOWN 

UNEQUALLED VALUE 

bUbklan'tal * aiurio Ruaialnw 
tratiin'ip tbrauih hal< plan 
larfa lirmc rnom cflormirnl 
aU'lMe kitrtwn two bm* 
rpomi and bainroom Blac 
in HOT WATTR PULL 
cniKVT OASDdrrrr cobo 
tumara. taundrp tub». dn«a-ui 
daragf Opod dtttriri rinaa 


Thu 8ma«ii>a fiaf-rvooiad pm« 
liuncBlaw la in a fboira lRra«v*o Thia ' 
rn a navad •iian <ima In r'ur-a •i|(>mh 
4U» and »aa |i >• la iinn>aiu.a>a > «p«'i 
r«U(Mti>Mt ii>>ida and out and nr'il* 'at>« * 
an mnnar tpani un V Tlia ilitim tn bu* 
and ali«io»i>hr'a of Hua hn«ia • n 
bram ra'iint* and nui«-iH ’•*- ni 
ri'r* malat ii ulaal (nr a tf'iiril <i.i 
rnuuJa It ronipr:>a« i.t >»( iciuai n» 
al'h liran'ara dknint room «, 

and i>alhni»n< two V‘<1ror>m> *Md g, 
iMrtairf r<*o>n whim ran i>a jyfft 
tnr a initd nadro'.m Haw hni \ r 
nipad fitmaia Vait nua «ai Km •! 
aa*v-i»>cara-t>ir >ard>n t.nw laf 
Thu 14 lha 111** t'ma Mii« ■ » 

I a< Raan nffaraa for *70Q0 

*a> P'lrt wnD % )/Yvu/ 

Can Mr Claraa J.4fH anv iiniO _ 

K>r< . 3-lf.-a Ol 

RETIRED SPECIAL 

Or a (i'*l riaM raniint nri>|,'>M>iAn ot 
A oanov 4‘,-rnAR, buntaloa in a wi 
Mra (|i* liiraMnn Built aimiii aiani 

il ha* a gnad ailad ii« >1 
iwuw altia'Iiif lirrplaia (atiinat h> 
knrhrb. U'l'i'r abd •tO)«c*. '*u rr 

taurtiomt and i-|,<r<a balh'.<Mn nr 
rinpo rarrtan |ni trman a>i in t , 

*Mr d<KHl •oniit'inn pritad nri>* ana ‘ 

|) tW 4'g^ mor'iaga avallan,?' .f 

rap, iirna oil taugf and nra>r> 
rludad 10 tha tfiCC' 

pru* ni 

Mr Orra t I7t4 any tuna 
Kra> J-4yM 


id nardon Tbia bunialow haa 
largt rtwma Li*|0( ro«m haa 
tirrplarr and bowkabaitra 
Ilia rua«i dinlni rnom wlib 
rh dt«ra ta •hritarad tumiork 
TWDi-tiaa badrooma Modarn 
an. plumbad fur laundry 
imant Pull cnmrata bAarmaat 
p itnall BftMg or den OIL 


$7500 

:i ■I S 'ima 

RETIRED COUPLE S 
DREAM 

STUCCO — CITY 

'•Tt-Hi A roar 4*(nn«n li.'Xir 'on- 
tuima <■( an It ft living room 
wiih (iraplara I badt«nm« modftn 
ki'ihan f'purt haib and ulilt't 
farga nil lapar and nil hratar in- 
riudad Wrll landaraprd with iaana 
and Oiiwar cardant Jum I yaa>a 
Aid and in tavaiT randi'tnn tlai< 
'•■h ha>an<a tiC par dwinih o>- 
aiiidlfif taara CXCOO 

Pull prua jO^UV./ 

Mr RaiWlrk 9-Pl<H a'>iunu 

TAKE YOUR CHOICE 

gt4 n> PkmrifC|.0 naTa„rMm 
• uauip bungaluw in w- 1 a *tca 
« n*rt mraa I I 4,/ jU 

'47t-M- cfORoB ROan. na*M.- 
rMim buwgaloa. Toutti' ravanua 

•blur.*"' $11,000 

.4M-m OAK HAT Thraa bad 

innmk at'ra room IS haaamant and 

n»'<>iia lot Tatar Ita* than 11*') 

i!.r $10,500 

•41 o> vtcrnjRiA tAorr la-. 

tvdrwum* iawdual funta r Tatra 

$5900 


FAMILY HOME _ _ 

Baguitfullp (inikbad iaatcfully daco- 
rattd and ifl apotirta condiimp. 
ihu eomolaitlT mndara wpd tpariout 
homo wAt balU for tha (gaity man 
and coatalna Urga living and 
dining roapu. brauUful family 
klirban with pitlltT all Thraa iwm* 
ttaa ttadrooma and dts. two bath* 
rooBU. rawing roam, full taa*aarnt 
wilh buioBBtU all bagtaag tad 
dr va*>n caragf attalluhfd gat<lrn 
Ovfinilaly ondarnrltad tbit baau>i* 
ful home u aincarrly rrtommpodid 
for your immadinu W'm i r\/\n 
AtURUMr brluiiva I ,UUU 
Jomaa R L Buroda* 3-7I74. 

KvaaiDga 4-3iea 

BEAUTIFUL SEAFRONT 

A !•»•!» ptopafly on iDa Arm 
hPAR AftOMORI OOLP Cl US 
r. ACRfa (lard'nt iawni naiua 
{•aa* SSCLUBION O t l» T L T 
Bt opiNtJ TO SOUTH WITH IM 

i lKT WATVn PKOHTAOr QOOD 
VCHORAOe PInHINo AT YOUR 
UOOn M»dirn weil-buiU bungalow 
of riva latfg MOBK pint thraa. room 
ct'iiaga Oamtra ara laavipg for Old 
Country and ara npap (o offara 
Aaaola «aa ML •}• Call Mr. 
CUary 4-9Mi 3-7174 

NEAR WILLOWS BEACH 

kf »<t« wii; h«odU tbu thrar-bad* 
ruom bungalow All largo rowmt 
tlofirir kitcban Puli baiaBont. b«- 
a ' Q,[Md luroara H«i two loit 

lr!L $10,500 

Mr Bannart g»r« 9-4113 


‘Since Albert quil amuklnf hs't KAlnnl M>n ptHindn and 
I've gained three hath.'* 


HI-GORGE $9250 


Ailrar'ira ••roociad ituarn 
bunsaJnw tiiut'od on A >'ro«t 
of nlro homa* Coty living 
rowm. tirrpia-a. itrta bright 
kltrbm 1 badrooOM. Pam- 
broko balhreooi and abowar 
Pull baaoinont. aucP-«U aaa: 
now aiarifir hol-waiar lank. 
drlva-ln garagt Baa ii with 
Mrt Lawrrnra 1-4311 9*1439 


57 Horsns FOR SALE 


$100 PER MONTH 
FROM SMALL 
Investment 

Blgbi*rnom rrvanua nro^rtf la 
PairfMld Incatioo willilo walkibg 
dL>tanro diMktng Tudor rnnt’rui- 
llob vary tin# (ubrlantUI bwUdlbf 
With gtfa* pnaobltllWi Mb rarb. 
balanra »a«v C17 QCn 

TYRMB thtll prlra I JrOJU 
MR VALLANCB 4-4117. BVIB . 
7-tm. UCLUBIW 


Town & Country 
Homes Ltd. 

IMI QCAURA PHONB 9*n7« 

THREE-MILE CIRCLE 
SI500 . DOWN - $1500 

POUR ROOMfi. tavan-atghlbt w( an 
••re niiia vaar» old. tfrluvion Llr- 
int raom Wiih nak (Ivir an,i f>,r- 
piarr two brdrpoai* luur.pma 
ubthfoom. rwamv kiteurn with dm- 
.ltd arwa. oil rangr vrnalUn hlipUt 
intludad garaaa ImoMdlala p ».vi- 
»lon PULI. PKICB C7QCA 

<iaii a mnoihi ^/03U 

Ran bfurgann. 9-797« or 7-IUw 


HARRY 
FOSTER LTD 


I7}> UCtl'nLAS STKKBT J-llbl 
OPDoaiu 'Tha Bay ' 


THIS CUSTOM BUILT 

HOME 


$ $ $ VALUE $ $ $ 
$1500 DOWN 
$8850 FULL PRICE 
NEW FOUR ROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT 


STEWART 
CLARK & CO 


In a i<'4u'llut Mt'iPC of Bia- 
tur* oa.« on Arbu’ua Road in 
oriBUtiY HRAD )■ available 
to vitrna tu'iunata tamilv, 
brand -iTW' t’l vD’ing at a 
tnart«>«4 lirmc room with 
built II, fi,ro;«,e wall grroii 
tl<e haK Pining ruoin 'BUILT. 
IH hltyriT' ru'pttil alacin* 
eaai'ift kiirhan >W1TM WIN* 
DOW hOOK' ar'-l a Pa'Io 
itvar gtma 'ALL 71IUI 
pnous LIVrK TO ITIt BfA 
ViAW TtlRPR 1ar«* BtO- 
Rgrt.M* prmHtokr tii» ha'h- 
rn>m t> a ji:ii<v ,-iom PAigC 
Atirn oil HPAT • iprr hnt 
- hff' wt'a*. 'Tnoar 

nwM"''C. HABD- 

wr.tri'j yiOOPA and ga-»»a 
TOUR TPRMS MAY BflT 
M(R MRB ALEXANDER 
i-aut 


Am-ng lha oat* Mod*rn lb every 
dtlAll Thara i» a yptonu. imog 
rwotn. dtoibt roum. tbraa hadronoia. 
a four-piero oath •»• an ui’ra- 
mudrm hiirbtD On lOa baaemeat 
level It a ruinpgv room. Iirap a*e. 
maid'a duarrgr* wiia p.umu'og. 
Auiomalic oil furnara Htra tar- 
port III OM MOBT- eve QAA 
OAOR a* 5'. Prire ^ I 0,0 Vv 
MR NICNOLB t-4in CVE8 
T-JM* 


A. BERNARD 


314 TartAW B'> idiog 
IM Port bi. 


CHOICE CITY 
LOCATION 

pruAtrd touth af Oak Ba* Avan , a 
and hull! by a wvll-bnoao **n- 
irartnr 'hi* 'riA'Blng aungalQ* 
adert voiisaii.ioc a l>t<ia diflar.nl 
(Fwm nrdinary Tha plan ••n* 
; 'Ii >il ibr'i-igh ha-i. a vuna'a 


OAK BAY HOMES 

MORE UPON ENQUIRY 


HIGH AND DRY 
ONLY $2500 DOWN 

A BEAUTtPUL MODERN THRSP- 

VKAH-OLO vnirro bUNOAi.ow 

• n Ml View •ubdtvl*>„n 29 living 
lanm w 'h liieplnre pat floort. uir* 
lute •ii«4!'>a* diniOA ro*?ai a:. a 
viva window. <ati|neT r.v. '.r,c g|*. 
>hen a-on mr iii.o'igh-hail p'tn 
iw-n viar nedrwom. wii>< maw 
l.ijUI-la flM«elr Puli bavemeii 
^ande-wt'Vd earner lol Balance 47k 

$13,150 

Mr Ladiow. I-727I wr t-kl*l 

SOUTH OF THE AVENUE nuvMCD va/im tdaac 
... fAlelT new. 4‘,-roem OWNER WILL TRADE 

bungalow, u ideally aitutied (or TDIDI PV 

t ruung Of retired rwuple Birel* ir\irL.t^ 

lent terma ran ba arranged (ot a Lnewted at Cotwpod. PRICE •]• )M 

reliable party e*v*4/h/v inmme lllb per montb-lar 

Puli prira . S/^UU HI Mb home in Victoria 

Call Dnug Rnperivoa, area. 4-MCt Call Mr. Cbruunten. 3-7)7a 


Te*ri(i. value on pr-re and leine' 
I'om'iieiixn tiated (w Da'«mt«T l 
Coaipt",. tpa, loue livinf room 
win liteiiia,a i aninel iiuhen a”h 
dtOHig a;va <w" a<i»d bedtwnma 
a, 1 4 lire e Pemorote ba'h full 
I'.ih bsremeni oiih hul-ai, ui|»e« 
1 u:b«iui. d..ic « ga:»3v anc 'awr 
drv lui), Efrilrni Aaannn ioa- 
‘i"n amoagtt n'w huiae. 

Pull uarii'uiart (cam Herb Ho.lfodi 
2-31b| or i-lllt. day ut n>ihi 


BIX ROOM*) OHP Pliirifl |g IcmiI 
living roam gand dining rooni. 
e>e,irt< tiuhen three uedr r>n>4 

and fnur.piere Oaih Pull oawrrenl 
ha> lurptre e'. ea.l l.'tge 
h*.*e?T Jo-at'd ’kiep tint ai 

J.«^va.h bandie. j|0.950 

BIX HOOMR ONE tR.«>On 91 (not 
I'l.ng ronni lAall dioinff rwnm 
eierirk kitrhei,. three twin >iae 

neilfi.em. I',ii na.en.*»t i.ir'U- 
•Ir furnai-e gni garage One year 
old N K A mnelgace pavanie at 
. 14k per month including iace« 

tamUt-4'CO Clowe to erhnolt, eic. Owner Uana. 
nnd baili. tereed Quirk * i ew £f\/\ 

,nt Oll^. powweaalob ai 3> I Z,OUU 

irage Thia ^vB LOVELY, ROOMS PLUE 

4 been ;e- nicn Y PfNIbll^ ROOM iv 

BABBMKNT Through • ball plan 
iVrCMtur full dibing room a'leartive living 
tar. a-7111. room two largo bedrooma and 

elerlric kltehen OAR P1.00K8 
THHOUOHOUT E3CPENBIVE OIL 
KEA71NO PLANT ar>d 4epw«'« 


P R BROWN 


BET mo 
PRUNE 4-7111 


* BCUM LZIk 
111] BROAD ST 


OUR HOMr 


utMr.g ,"hm off the l.•.ag r.inwi 
v,>,ri Ira'j'vw 4 n.n.t aMro,-«a 
a„haav 'aninr* #'»>'. |, kl'rb.n 
a 'Ml uMiiiv <unm. a oeii.plgnr.vs 
4-ine bathtO'iwi witb OWiil >b 
• • ’ . • an hvi)i '",11. w 'h 

butli-in (ea'ure* in the maner ue<4> 
raom Haa full navement wilh drive. 
In garage apornwrhed b* a lane ai 
ine rear OH bni-air he«t Tai«i 
Ilk] The douhle Int prnvtda* A 
lovely tei'lna of nak< and ehriint 
and tiehpAod Price # i •mn 
with terma S I 4, /UU 


RANDALUS 

LIMITED 


One rlhild *ay ihu wtb a reeiina 
oE pfide in cWAnecliOb with inu 
bnme lb beouMful drouodw An 
aitrariive tpartaui nod rwmlnr'- 
able laimly revidcore Pour bed- 
rooma. three haihrooma Pull bate* 
menl, OiLO-Mailr hni-waler heat- 
ing Two-car garage ItnmediAte 
poveeviina Riluaied in the Mount TTila lavely. 
Joy area Liberal BOA 
lermt Price 

MR PPEXD 4*4117 RVI8 
MULTIPLE LISTINO NO 7*1 


8 YEARS OLD 
STUCCO 
BUNGALOW 
CITY 


$1000 DOWN 

6 ROOMS 

DOUBLE PLUMBING 

JOHNS MANV1LLB BJDthO 

ONLY $4250 

MRS ALEXANDER. ft 3024 


Ptreileat wvodern. aturen (amitv 
fome of lU i-’nma. c:B»a Li Urge 
g’.nnping ren»r* and WU’owt 
Srt-nwl Tbi* borne hav three large 
bedrivnna t" arien>d livtra and 
d‘n>ng rawm gm’d • '*Jert kitchen 

w.th lo(4 of etipnnardi end br'eht 
•eainr roditt (nil ba*em*nt wi‘h 
bn'-tir furnace and waiaia 
rage and we»-lbnd4r»->»'i mv ^ i" 

j;::.r*‘:': $i2 600 

Call W fP McMih n l-llll. 

errt 7*141» 

NEWSTEAD 
REALTY LTD. 

Tea r,.'ii wr i-it»7 

Member Multlpl* Llitm* Bureau 


$1500 DOWN 
$50 A MONTH 
3 BEDROOMS 


P'ur-roowi immaculate bungalow 
l••(oo^ livuig rowm. labinrt k>t- 
cben. tau bgdrowme hew dwcura- 
tiwn Cioee to bu« tervire kapeniivr 
range and heator included Down 
pevmeni ftl 3M tfXCAA 

Tun ori.e wniv 90J\J\J 

Ccar.ei Vining. I*3iai arivuiaa 


KER & 

STEPHENSON 

LIMITED 


$4450 


On a o>,)»< »»ree4 hantiv in Ind-ja. 
•r.a aira and ttanvporialinn ha o 
munev on vovir ree> 77 m« hntne la 
In g'lurf t-endiMnn and a teal fnnnr? 
.v.er ,n every way e'TCAA 
Pull price $/OQ0 


Small, cnmfniiable and eavUy kept 
i« 'bl> pirture’Que fouf-iuom <«t* 
lacc nlf Saanich Hoad Oood view, 
and amali ga>ueo With lemi. 


JUBILEE 

HOSPITAL 

$9250 

DOUBLE LOT 


MXMBPR MTTLT7PIB USTTMO 
SDBFAO 

•M OOVrR.NMXNT STRErT 


AT LAST 


NORTHWESTERN 

SECURITIES 

OP VICTORIA LTD 
■11 YATT.7 AT BROAD 

Oak Bov Fomily Home 

I viar-old etucev lemi-buBgV'OW 
Through hall Oak main (Irmra. 
Living room Idiia Pitepiaie 
D.oing room tla>3 
Cabinet kltrh*o Tlted atob 
Ikeoioome down 12a>). Ikall. 

4. Piece baihrorim 
Redrooma up ISall and lOctl. 
WaahrcMOl with inilek 
Rumpot ronm Iftivata Piteplare. 
Piped turnaie Otive-in gamae 
Lawn ftnni and reir 

Reduced lo 513 500 

A*e» P**r n* > 7L» 


A modets (our-tAoiB vt|i«« hnme 

J itft (wo (Hdiuomr, full ba.emrai. 
i.ve*io garage, oa Sftractive view 

JTr 'i,;*- $7500 

OilOert Mel on. 4*7)71. evra ft-nsa 


B C. LAND 


Mr. Ludlow. 3 717a or 3-ftlftl 


& Investment Aaenev Ltd 

Otm kind TPAR 1(4 BFAL PBTATt 
iMember Muliipla Uatmg Buicau, 

FOUR BEDROOMS 
ITWO BATHROOMS 

Oak Rav Neat betrb and acbndla 
Prctiv gabiwd aiucco reaufenro with 
g mcluded tarden Verr caod •tae 
livtna room Preneb doora to aneei 
ilM dining room A bedroom or 
'-iwui'n onm. laal^ p«ur*pta'e 
Pemornbe Hath Clnaed vtairmar *« 
ft fine aedronm* and ionther ba’h 
Pull baaemeat ample mare (-.r 
games room Oil heal Hou*e in 
'.'vetr ronditiM view of tea A-e* 
ma pflce wi*h a large diocoum (er 

•"a;:y'’ $16,500 

f \K BAY 

Pemt-bungalow Stucco Neat -olf 
link* Pive verr g«od roomv dnon 
inri'iding I bedroomv I large bed- 
rnmvta uc Large claaeli Nice tar- 
nen Hoi water i j> QCA 

furnace Pt'ca I O.oOU 

Call Mr Ragvhawe 4-4IIS 

Ever 1 laai I 

DE LUXE RANCHER 
OF 2000 SQ FT. ! 

PANORAMIC VIEW 
3 BEDROOMS 
ACTIVITIES ROOM 

PIrit time rin the market Thiv 
lovelf •rriuded rAneb->(fle bums. 
Irrw ]Kit tan rear, old and Mt'i* 
gteif nn high nat treed pronariv in- 
eldf the IS-mile circle Kai .weep, 
me riewi frnm Rare Riirka m me 
Dominion Obaervator* learge livi.ig 
tcMvai, dm>ng room cabinet k>irhei> 
with nnak wtilil* romn arttviiiea 
r<mm llalk with rtone fireplace 
ani bar twa-ptere washroom three 
b«d*nomi and (nur-ptere baibrntm 
aith rn'nred riyi.ierr Wall-td-waH 
carnet IP h«ti grid main ronmr ,»ar« 
na.'tnent wi>n Oiinmat’c oil hnl -mr 
lee’lne Twn*car al*a-*e'* g*T«.-» 

“t'.e $22,500 

Ca I Mr (Bmr v viift e<r« i-oniv 

rvri ii^iwp ' • 


BIT rnnmv all on one (Inor 
with rnmplete upaisira pna- 
eiMe (ot revenue Beaunful 
modern el«nr>c cahioct kit- 
chen Thtouah hall glaw 
largo living tonm iwlih (irv- 
pitrei d*n iwiih (Irenisie 
Two »pat-iou» bedrmtmt full 
cemen' Aoement Separate 
m«trHing garage Onlv a blnrt 
from Vrieraoi Hoapiisi Bee 
It 'odar 

MRS ALEXANDER ft-lblf 


KING REALTY 


OAKLANDS 

Pik-roem bungalow -tour bedronviv 
living mom. dining 
mom tueben Priie ^OYDU 
, Quitk cfMteaaion CaU M.* Citria* 

featuring living lenieb. !-717ft nr l-kiM 
tak ftworo. rab- 

N H.A. 

BRAND NEW 
BUNGALOW 
$2600 — Down — $2600 

B V room, all on ana fjonr icnc 
ttiim dinrttc kitrpen and (hree 
btighi bedrnoma Puil Mcmenl 
and Oil beatitic Drive-m (ireproevt 
tarage Pulif loeu* eiA OntA 
lated Pun price jlZtOUU 
Cdblaci Harold Watt. Evea. l-Itil 


OAK BAY 
(WILLOWS) 


SAANICH 
3 Bedrooms 

■il-toom atucrw, 

room, flreplara. 

tnei ktlcheo tbroa bwdroomk, utility 
with tuba. Pembrokt bath larMt. 
beAutltui tawp and ■arden New 
aubdivlalob. ft} MS EOOCA 
handirt Price .. «Oy3U 
Mr Oriave. gve« . ■•41ft] 


IBI YARROW SLDO. 


5 BEDROOMS $ 
TUDOR STYLE 

PINE8T REBIDBMTtAL niSTRlCT. 
AN EXCEPTIONAL HOME COULO 
NOT BE REPLACED min C/Hrt 

TODAY Prira $19,500 

P Wondt. eves l*3k7a 

OAK BAY 

$5000 - DOWN - $5000 
4 BEDROOM HOME 

P.neat Inral'iiB. Rumpu* lanm. 

Fit^v auiom.iic $ | 

P Wwwda. evei 3 317a 


Bli-room alfl-vear-old da luge 
bungalow, through hall living 
room 3Bilft. dining rona IJmll, 
three bedrowinv. elerlric klUbea 
with nook, utilitr room. (o«r*piecc 
bathroom Bneement hai rumiruv 
room finuhed lb knetly pibs witb 
a (irenUre and driva-in garege 
niceiy-navelorved garden with fruit 
Ireav and lana at hark ReaUv 

r" $15,750 

Mr Helmi. 4*7171. gvei . 4-IMft. 


QUADRA WAY 
18 Yeors Old 

A't.B'ilve Bnlld*bu II home lour 
wire roomt. living room tireplico: 
two hcdrieomk bright cahinet hli- 
erven Pemnroke bath full high 
baiemeat nioed furnbcv driva-in 
garaee Clear tlUa property Will 
roniider leima. S' TOC A 

Pull prire . 

GORGE WAY 
$750 Down 

Neat aiirariiva liuta bungalow, 
living room kitchen bediwem. 
boihroom *pie and rpan Hpare to 
bwlld addliionat bungalow, fruit 
Irerv Ideal for home an-t invnt- 

$5600 

Mr Twamirv rve*. 4-444S 
or 4-ftai4 


OAK BAY 
TOP LOCATION 
FIVE ROOMS 
OIL HEAT 
ONLY $n,750 


A |dve;v vpannuk ft iea>-'i.<i heme 
tne' i-lfefv every tfovetiirn, e l"f 
CAm(nr*aH* Iivieg fnrai,: • hell 
pun hav large iivioi !'">m ai i, 
B'l'ac'ive (irenla.e wa.i. rin ' ; 
rnbm !*'ge elertrie kHvhen *1 '• 
hnok. Uiilitv rnnen n'f Two gic', 

• ire betirenmv. lout-pi i'e b*:h The 
full bavemeni nat n*>e room Or ve- 
Iti garair O'lver legtuie* aie Oll- 
O-Man, he<’ ioiv ni rupnaard*. 
hamwivAd fionry Oood vaiur tor, 

PMC* $12,950 

Plea*. »»■' Mr* Wa'/rgi, 
4-ieV4 »t 7*raa 

BRANQ NEW 
FIVE.ROOM STUCCO 

PSIl bavem'nie ” ■ ",om " 
r.'.plaie dlS'ng »*n • * :r 

eabine'. kl <h»r. ■ T«r» bice bad* 
rnwm* Ma'>)a‘»'d fi>',» thmughni,' 
Waibi.'g d.v’vnte ta man f '-l 

$9250 

Mrv Johfltinn 4*b 74 oi !-74ftft 

OUTSTANDING 
HIGH LOCATION 

Tnu OHI Ha ae'U' led aith (ni* 
brand nea iS-rooix tttnet'nw .n 
ih * fXCEllYNT REYinrsnAL 
LorATlOX Ftervihlag ei.,--iipan'i 
bc'va acieake Of At TTY a*^»he 
buiMer s a REAL r-tarTSMlN 
^:| h'g|. e'emer., w ih H«t » r 

S'liinf dttvt-in fatace Icnm-dt* 


C. N Montague 


$750 DOWN 

219 Quebec Street 
FOUR BEDROOMS 


NEW N.H.A. 

$2600 DOWN 

$59 A MONTH 

Mave right Is! Three bedtuoma, 
l-ihapa living rotim gnd dtnetie, 
tovely modtrn kUrhan full aeven- 
fonl baaemrwt has Itrepiwif ga- 
rage Awtamaue •)! parkaie unit 
Near arhoolt 1 IkS vauare fret 
oi oell-wuili hnu«* Art guirkly' 
B*e It n,*a' Mr Dom'iO 4*7171; 
avea 9-U4J 


N HA BUNGALOW 
$2059 CASH 
PRICE $11,800 
Balance $56 65 Monthly 

Riluatrd In beautiful new ilTY 
SUBDIVISION wiKi HFWERR 
STORM DRAINS and t tOHTS 
Cioae lo aebooU bu* and ttnraa. 
Spacioua elttceo (hrfe*b*drMfn buo- 
•alnw OH lorced-rioi-air hea'ing 
in full high baaema&i Ortve*in gar- 
age Aitrariive Uirnugn ball plan, 
ta'ge I'Ving ro>nn. dinette and e re- 
in kitchen Corner lot with 'ew 
bnmrv building on aditiinibg lota 
CaU Oei>rga Thorneioa k-797a 
Evea 7.]77| 


TO WIND UP ESTATE 
4 Mile Circle 

Tht4 well-U'iilt f"u, -raomed bunga* 
Inw. altuaied in high letraiioo ai<h 
view of aea aod mouA'ain* R'liie 
Ihraugb hall, large living roiim. 
eak ftbUT.* two -padmia brdrtvimv. 
large cabinrt kiirhen full bo**- 
menl Oil O Mater hear Ontage 
rinEENHOtTAE Ideal home fter re- 

$9450 

Ptrave a>7 Inr I priirhard 4-g))l 
Of I Idgft Rsriuviva I.IK'ni 


SEAFRONT 

Term# on cntiagea and varam loig. 
Ideallr aliuBieo Rnai realm ser> 
Tice on adiolning pfoperli 7hlg 
deeirobla property ha* been redureg 
In prire and very atiroriiva terma 
are pvinabla Man in ntfico. Eva- 
Btni*. Mr Kint. 3-PMl. 


Ideal for large famtiv we REVBNtfX 
riivM to V M O and R A faint C«. 
Large living room, large bltcftea 
• pd nne nedroom dawn three bed- 
ronmv up No hnvwmept Soma 
(urniiiiro included la CiL7Rn 
lull pri'g of 90/D\J 

Robert Mitchell. 1*9)«l anewme 


TYie ngierlnr «f *hia *'<t*c'lve 
wHi'r vurto huBgalow ewu'd 
ee'.ir )u«(ltv * bUber price 
tag El•>l•teA in tilt City's 
mnv papular revidom'.it) area 
Be* iM'iillT Ui'dvr^rO corner 
lot tltnrda np«n luii„oc to- 
a Vi- m Convrnhni *o 
■ . vv'VKe* Immacuia'e con- 
diM'iii n<rouan hail pian AU 
oak floor* Xi'rhen wired and 
d o.Di room veuara’e Dry 
b*>rinent Wnrk beorh and 
ino. r«,tn Onee-'h garage 
f-'- lurther pifiirulara pi»a*» 


Oak bay 
COMMERCIAL 


$1000 DOWN 
CITY 


ESQUIMALT 
BRAND NEW 
$3000 DOWN 


fFk-et'ent t'g-rnom home In good 
Incaileft cluee to Uan*|k,itti<Ba and 

$7500 

Robert MlirbelL I-31VI anytlmo 


GEORGE RANDALL 
LIMITED 

llSg OODQLAS ST 4- 


COSY BUNGALOW 


ORAHAM HARRIS 


Move M this loveir home ihl* ween 
P:ve roama. two bedrooms tiew (uil 
ba*ement. oti heat, la new districL 
Value par ecieltenre 


COFFEE SHOP 
$1000 • DOWN - $1000 

Re ynur bo*a and wwit thia iihsll 
bu«unevj. luUr egulpped doing a 
verr nira turnover Soianre at gftd 

kTrZ* $2500 

Cuntatt Herald Wara, Eve* l-ltal 


JOHNSTON'S 


OAK BAY BARGAIN 
FOUR BEDROOMS 
$7875 


HI ' QUADRA 
4 ROOMS -STUCCO 
ONLY $8600 ' 


ANOTHER 
$3000 OOWN 


Ah nlder-vtvl* hame with OTL-O- 
MATir HOT -WATER HlATTiO 
NOirrH OP TNX AVINUI W II 
need rrdrraratlng iiiroughnui, nut 
•"tneJine wi'h a III”* vi*i«n ran 
ge' iiiemee re* a rrai name in • 
• hni'e Iwration wt'h *a»e# «bIv ft. ft 
CaU Oewraa Je**,»p l-liai: evea, 
t-)4<7 


NraTtkD A'tONOAT OLD 
OAK nn e well d»m‘<ope0 ,nt 
t'ie*| f'vr Newlyweds ar re- 
t'tei rn'.b* NuH drv base- 
men' w'lb tend furtvare Ki>- 
rneu range and ail gardtm 
tnniv Ifirliided MLB Bee thU 
^Lii'la gem lodav with 
UNOPAT AtSXAWOXR 
ft-mg or 3*4afti 


devred at nulr'ondlng w. * ' 

S'- S920 

Cad L t N>*« a iHAt or eev 
>-kt74 


Thlv mndern hnnie c* !>,•* On the 
tuarkei and •• offe'ed fnr wuick 
rate Bi the owner iv nnw re-iding in 
Vaorouvei Bn' to see hmi ig 
Btar nui Itvine roam It r9g npeir 
fireplace paa>,ramic viswt of moun- 
laiT>a and the hav din<ng roam 'or 
could be third bedroomt low 
.pAciouv bedriMm* well-pianbed kl^ 
rhob with all de luae apfwwn'reentt. 
targe n<«ik full high batemen' wih 
on AiR-coNDmoNftn hiatino 
» ADDmONAL 
'lOOmn drive-la garage fisriuded 
bacg vani with oatm tgftt tavea 

*"» attrac- 
tive la bag rath balsnre at MO 

pe-r mnn>h tnrludlna ir»*ere»t ai 
I • • AND taie* p 1 j c 

PWU pfire $ ( 4,500 

^ BEE THU TOrtAT' 
fmaaa a.t Mr Mi w o Camerop 
Eve* 3-oAiT 

CEDAR HILL ROAD 

A mndern. rnmfnr'abi* hun. 

galnw I-vcaled on anprovimatele 
one-half a<ra af nrnperiv Thrnuglt 
hall 1‘ving roam Ika aig- ntih 
open firriviice a"d b-ull- n buivk- 
l*n nice bedrenm* large kit- 
chen wired' oi'h dining lesre 
•«in pnr.h nff klirhen A,' we'ii 
have .ntuiaud wiihaMa nlaver 
Pull hitfl Hgsinieni drtvg-ln ga- 
lege Nieeiy esnoteaped garden 
many tnaii irerv etreil*nt anil fnt 
vegoiabis gtrden m 7 o 
Term* if de*tred slO.uUU 
Call Ur Armetrwng. 4-4111. 
tve* l-ashA 

_ BC LAND BtriLOINO 
$71 ftwvemmani Btreet 4-4111 

Mamber wf Beal Potato Soarg 
(N VIcUfU 


A HIGH QUADRA 
Beouly 

niesmlng f'v* rnnm mndern *turm 
bungalow Inveiv nign Iwca'iati on 
nne of Vinona'* mn*t estlu'lve 
* -ee’i Tbl* beaulitul home fra* 
lure* Urge ••irarUvo living neom, 
gjevi-i'ee ducng rmim twn eparioir* 
bedronmi flnar* elertrie cabl- 

it«> tiirtven full high bgv-wienl Ott 
fieal dnve-ip ea'sge fully land- 
a tm *-aned lot Mitsa Taaev iiyi 

A tin c;nn 


Pemberton, Holmes 


One nnred g| ill MO 14 aob duws. 

Revenue ti4| per mnntp 
One pMred at III AOS 
* »',i»e» all wiifi nm and eold 
wa'er I evt>a 'a-ge rnnwit f»r 
owner REVKNf-R |g\ PFR MONTH 
Thie le • dl'lr.rl where thara if 
grew' 'VeuiSAd -<„'•# le etoree and 
oua line* 

Phone Ken Lowngaa. f-ftkodi 

tie* i-mi 


GORGE DISTRICT 

8 GOOD-SIZED ROOMS 


FINANCIAL 
SURVEY LTD 


Investors — Note ! 
5-ROOM STUCCO 
BUNGALOW 
PLUS 

3-ROOM COTTAGE 


Viry eovily dunleve>f nr Irnd* 
pe*v r*adJy to a bnprding houva 
cttaiaiing of ft bedt«nm< Uvnt 
frvm and a >abinet kitchen Pull 
bavement oith piped f'lmare 
Lovely erirunda Jiaat CANT be 

Sr;, rt'" $7975 

Obll Len toOout. 4-MM nr 1-tkM 


u.ie che»: LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

•U4ti IVlIb 

aui.a wi.n your CHOICE— 

$8500 *** *Uer buiigalowa One of 

. ^ . *1* ronme an one fiuor wnuld gull 

Slake at ngodyman Vkmlklng dleiante ' to 

, raMUrm;*."" $5000 

DAV Another at arten roam* aUn •• 
A. DA 7 one floor in Jamei Bav Large Mt 
CQC^A/t kind* of ftuU flevenue piia- 

STJvU iibliity too open to offara tm 
get into ael’ie Wiiai# 

I* at veiv Canton Reg Cowr.'an 4-4t}4 

did faptU fve* 3-44«t 


$2000 DOWN 
THREE BEDROOMS 
BRAND NEW 


1194 OOYERNMENT VT 


OAK BAY NORTH 
2339 DUNLEVY 

Thia white atwero ait-r«om banee- 
low with full bailment and auta- 
maiie (leai will appeal ba vnu Par 
the ernwiPt family there t* al*a a 
lovelv three-eawm auiie w.th fir*- 
plara In the baaemem Term* 

Im. _ . $12,900 

W o Rl.therfped 4-4M» r»» . 

t-oaaa 

Btan HvUbd 4-»}«l. ret 9 1441 


Term* A'raneed 

r.eata rail X MarNatnora. 4 g))l 


TRADE 

Small for Lorge 


Tilt* deitghirullv aryled raii,h* 
tvpe home will pieaea me 
moei nar'ing of hoiha lotera 
Beb'iutultv planned it oro- 
video raiy ac ev* to evory 
room auiemt'ir he*i. luiuty 
e*''tW cehinet kl'riien. ■itrac* 
Mva l-thaped iiviht*4mint 

r.';;"'" $ 12,000 

MRS DORIS OOtMAOl 
Dow ]-41ftl Nighu )-g49P 


This (ivo-roam bunaalow in Burn- 
aide area wnuM ren' Inr |4k ina 
aatlagr •* now ren'M far 144 You 
ge' a return of It JWt * 'ear, ie*a 
live* iiga a«a tiu-,rai'*e nn an 
inve'imant J73QQ 

Ptea*a tall fienre* JeMup. I-IIPI, 
eve*. I*iaa7 


rumfntrable well-CPnvrrurted hnme 
Two bedruams AumiTia'ir hat 
W*'*r Drter*in garage law tg\*» 
Down gavment reatanabie b*l*"re 
• ' <7k per mnnih 
Totvl prtre ^/OUU 

C J 'Tru< s-awert- t-bitfo 

Of i-rnp 

$1500 

FAIRFIELD • GONZALES 

O’der ttpe ft rnrvmed hungal'iw w-'h 
baaemem. (urnare and garage tn 
Ihl* pnpoUr 111*' 'it I it ca'ild dn 
W'*n anma rennea'ion CAQIsri 

but at tho prt'e Af nntv90o3U 
ppu ran attnid tn do it 

Alev Page 4-MM nr 1-TiU 


BOORMAN'S 


$6500 


CRAMPED FOR SPACED 
THEN 

START LIVING IN 
THIS WELL-KEPT 
OLDER-TYPE 
HOME 

Lleing Rnnm 9tiig with Orani'* 

Pireplara 

LiSH WITH nuPPLACf 
mninc Bawm fgalJ 
KH'-hen wired M' raoga 
mRBs BXOnnoMB 
TWO saTHBOOMB 
MiH Bavement 
AUTOMATIC OIL PUR'«a'*» 
B'aa<*4 in the ettr aou'h nf Oak 
Bay Avenue 

J B Boorman eve*. l-tO>t 


CAPITAL CITY 

REALTY 

■ftp CORMORANT 4-ft 


TATfhRSALL AREA 


HAGAR'S 


THt LKAVRB ARE PAt44Nn and 
the prtee af this whJ(e-»Mint tive- 
ipnm burpalnw |i dorm toa. be 
Iftpo Ha* flea caod roam* and 
PembrAke baUirawm. fun baaament 
hot-air ptpod bant and Arieo-in 
■artpa 'Thia ta a dandy hams lb 
HIOR LOORTTON Art #OOCA 
naw— redwewd to . 

S W Apderton. 4-PtPft. ref 9-dPt7 


WHY PAY RENT’ 

When TAW tan own this beautiful mi ij 
heme wbitb la pear waiar. aieirea. f|,Ma 
park aoif cauraa ami iranapagta- v,ng 
tton Raada are la and aidewalka 
paeeg White iltKM Univb. Durant _ 
rawf Living rnoip lavely ftilrhep " 
a.ih opok Slimy ream twa bwl- 
rewma full basement witb et*ea 
room Xlertnc bn'-wai,T rank 
Thre-ctr garage Nardwond Itnnrt I *',i’*4 Income 1914 per mnn'h 
thrmaghowt You ran own thi* Naif-eantbibeo fach autle bai liv- 
home far tt SM down and ante lai <ng mom. bedranm. kitchen and 
a moirtb Pull prtre ftP.TM thvo't bathrmvm 0il-0-W«ik Timkan hot 
deUy fhaaa# Moword Blake at ■»» «»al Beparate light and ga, 
3-P14I eve* ft-lltd meiera Tww-piere bsihrnom '(t 

■'ll bavemetvi auMmat'c hw< 

J750— DOWN— $750 .V,"' 

Pawr-raom rattwgw among new wrh* C 1 fi KOO 

homaa Bead* paint Baiv mawthiy only SlO.uJWV 

parmenu Call Jack •Pant*, I.e- gtaw gall Jack Br-'wn. 4-llM. 
Matuiier at l-USJ ar office 9-I14I geog a-tdTC 


WHAT OFFERS’ 
SAANICH GEM 

Altfaetiee ftueeo buittoMw af fa«g 
roemg and boaoineni High Iwra- 
llon. gaiage ci«m tn pwi and 
ahnp* Ideal for rmirad *7C/V\ 
aaepto Prtra .. . . )/3VA/ 

Ken Wai-era. 9-tlM a'aninga 


- OAKCREST DRIVE 
$3350 Down 
$68 Per Month 

Two eeara oM mnde'n (bree- 
WdrMfh raorh-atvle ounoaiow 
mi'jaioS on Mautifnl Ookrre*i 
Drive NHA mortgage of II :0P 
wilh above malrhieu tetma Thia 
Ipvolv home ho* a floor area of 
f 9BP «auaea fee' and onamveie can- 
|VM be duplireied (or the caklot 
price Hare ta a SUPER NHA 
deal faaaeaatOA M data 
Mr RrunoU I-4II1 Svea P-dllft 


$6950 


DISTRICT 

9IO,^U rpoma two hfh- CIA CAA 

rnnm* Oil-O-Maur heal. fuD baae. •SlU.JUv (••'# lamiltr homo 
maal «ltb via ra-<mi t'ln laa r-»wm* lo 

•i-e bttrrrenl Hni. valor healed 

$ lO ra'ed Pardvmvd floort Site term* 

1^, e^Lffn, iwn bodtnom* 

w-o-Mrj’h«"' FAIRFIELD DISTRICT 

COQCA '»P» home •( (tee 

$ 1 *3 I C A -T*" Twart Pfanret 'SOO.JU roam*, lo good mndi. 

bn* orroe* ItoAi wt" II ftp< dawn, gatv monihiy 
Two bedroom* hardwood through- paymanu 
out Lowry Lonadotme 

, - Yer, evacM.* NHA HOME 

'room* Twn bodroom CfiOKA Two-bedronm bama 
beat, oaita baaemeut 90yj\J Hardwood ftaari Pull 
haaemesi hpt-a» rumpca ftl.MP 
dowiL. gftg month t| 

Oloao t* booeb. two 

' bo^m* All rornna WANTED 

,a rupopuonailf wen vY^rH I CLJ 

O-Matic bot-wator baat Thrao-aedraatb hnme In Boguimalt 
ant aeer 12 veara aid 

ewftfinictiN 

5r**%*7.’.n Lloyd’s Reel Estote ond 
1-T14* Daei InsuFoncs 

• «U eOQRTNBY STRXIT 

r CO LTD ; P%ado P.MII m S-lift] 


Attractive 

5-ROOM STUCCO 
BUNGALOW 
7 YEARS OLD 

Lovely Uviiig mum nrepftare: e«b- 
wet klUhan two ntoo bedrooms, 
tbrto-fieeo batSrwom Rpoileag 
eottditMb po ftepg. pngr bua and 
afiittniing tondaropod groubda 

$6500 

p. o wiUMmA 4-d9Pi. rot.. a-dda7 


FAIRFIELD 

PROUDLY WE OFFER 

Otarlaita weegn-mom auncalow on 
•eautlfully londacapod grotiPda. 
Iietng room lailJ. gueal-alpg din- 
ing ruom lorge den. briaM dllctiion. 
threw ruomr bedrooma, fdll bigb 
boaemeat wtUi eitra room and 
plumbing We are happy tn ahnw 
ypn a famu? bam a ao wau toeod 

K.V™”" $10,500 

Sydney MeOmaold. l-44da oeonUtda 


4 BEDROOMS-*D£N 
OAK BAY 

RpcoUoBt famllr homa. lorotod 


HAGAR & SWAYNE 
LIMITED 


5 ROOMS— 1400 SO FT. 

Paautiful apaetpua rancbor N'W 
lawna in Pull baaemoat About 
gj tpp down Ptea»e eon Jock 
■ Bnorai UBoulUiMr bt >-MPl or 
omca 9-Pltft 


■PCeUeB* lamnv Dvove. wrewv . , _ 

glawe to tranapoeuttob. achenU and C 1 2.950 
pho^tbg Tbl* wall-buUi hums baa 
p'ea livtat room aad don both 
with nrapucaa. good dlnln> roam. 

M'go kilchoa PM twa-fileea waab- . 
room. oampNta main floor opra % 1 , 
oiolreaao londa to foor ulre bod- * , 
vuoma and bblhmam ml) baae- 
piebl wits autfunaiic oil hot water 
Yeousp Roaoonabla tatea TbIa . , 

bams ofTart Mmfu ralaa at tbe % | , 

•akiftC Pf»oa _ w V I ,VV1 O-M. 


Thu very artiettr ft-roomed bunga- 
Mw, TWO MINVm TO YtCTORlA 
(KN.R CLCB Large bright Itnhg 
room with leaded Mtht windows 
gueai aiaa giplop room, two Iwtb 
bedrtvnms Altractieo rOPIBtNKO 
DRRBSlNn RTX9M aND BATH- 
ROOM WITH YANtTT Cabinet 
bttrhen Wired (or ranpe mil bsae- 
menl oti healtnt deparaie aat- 
age Smalt garwn wi«h aeeludod 
iwttn Coniart (1 r Itvi.auta 
4-Pm ovao 1-TPM fer full paMW>- 

SCrnm. $18,000 


pour acrot alenrad 4‘v-room abato- ^ 

finiibod bunpatao Ploor (umace ” 

Oarase Twa-aidray btalMipg IdUP 7" 
This properly ts auliabte fae , 

KSNHtLS ORSBNIPOUSWI L". ' 

MARXrr OAROSH PRUfT •**' 

POIfLTRT SKXKXSRkR ITT 

$ 10,500 ' 

AMe Page 4-SBP4 m l-7m 
RartSPdPtora Soturtliba. $tt Takaa g-llM 


REVENUE! ! ! ! 

largo taafront a,nai-h*ngaiop, 
rwao tn Oll-OMa,ie bad-watoy 
beaii't Two bothraonu tarsitani 
aiciaima for • roneaioacont boM 
Punbor pnrttrutore at 


Ondey 


HIGH COOK With OAKS 

Attractive tive-roomed eioaab nun- 
gnlA* OM mam riooee Pnur-nteew 
bathranm Drtee-fn garage Oll-O- 
Malic banUng Deep « « yv e /VI 
Ml Rani valne bore at ) I U.5UU 
Ate* Paga 4-d|S4 pg >-77B| 
RnnSwaoioe n SpmirtUM. Alt Vatag 


Boormon Investment 
Co Ltd 

dtp Tiop Straet 


BAYNE & TODER 
AGENCIES LTD. 


HEISTERMAN & CO 

ftUl RMbobart Rtraop 


H W MIUER 8. CO 

■-7tM 4-2SU Ryea. ftgn. CMrlL d-341« 



Sallf 4«lanlMl. Vkfwte. i C 23 

wu»«»4«r. Oct 24, IfSS 


on» Television Row 


M WANTH) TO BI Y 
HOI SKM 


INTBKlSSri.NG 


AUCTION SALE 


fMUR E H A Y (Sits 


Cir«%«^, <*»«r of NBCa 
i<M>ve«*d ■ Kur).’ h.\% a 
fan cluh with me alogan, 
•*We »liu giavM (ht mu4t." 


* *-<nro uMos>m.f 


TODAY^IO A.Mm 1.30 aid 7.30 P.M. 
1952 CONSUL SEDAN — 1 P.h 

Tlu-s salt* fealurrs a larKi* c«net‘lM>n oi 
anti liiJhtw Kurnilurt. 

Far Dan, Dining, Living and Badrooitt 

III 0«K and NaltnwfMid 

Modern Furniture and Appliances 

>ui'h a.i I.nyn!l*i MjjiIv. Dt* L 

K»*fri«(*raror Fnciilalre i»n<l M4-t’lar>' Kli.rrnc Ran 
\\>sHni{ljouv IjunMeial! T\' *1 Inch. lU'A .TSpecd Rt 
Hhnnograiih Nrw Automatic t'oal Slokoi. choice 16r 
Moue I'amcra. etc 


Can V Lick ’Em, 
lie ’ll Join ’Em S’“i 


EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS 

OiaUMTCiHa A\C ' 


aiAi^ T*m>wa t* o.» 

•;r 'tK»M «aa rsJottM] rU«l‘M< 

piiR iMFWf/vtvawn: qvauo'U 

S.ACH 'PHJOK H (.RACK I BC aiQ 

■•r ,*ir|>«S lit •{')(• «r lU. Br>(r 

i.tT unm im «aT>. wrn 

HmuAV. Ni/vumut i* tt»> 
pl.a.' AHl IRKlIlt-AtHtM r«a hr .r.fi 
tr ■ roii'i* nt 'vndrr •iiilnrd .c lii. 
«{ irtr CMrr B»l>nMr Imp.'' 
fpt ol PuhiU V«o,i. OUaP. Oai. 

•t 'I.* offii-r pf U.r iiolric- riiiinrcr, 

B«(« BulldIA* 111* Waal <>a-<>rtU »!*•' 
Vpi>cbi*r l BC. •'••4 .1 ll» fvPi 
ri*«|,ri •> Vli !0'U N.na.'nu prul Pkri, 

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Th h* rwOdarrd aarh UhO.r m**t b* 
•<rampanlaB by ■ ayrurily la Ih. iMm 
■r . ryrliriPd rh.qu. •, bmai •• .panl 


S8000 


serymen 


$8500 


get Bnoitver fortune on Kiley 
reruns . . . ]>lar> Llvinghloit. 
set |,t he in ven’M nf Ja* k 
T\’ *how«. i.s ceit.ng 
so brave that !<he 11 <ki five 
mure 


By SIIKILAN GKAllAM 
North American Newspaper 
AUkance 

HOLLYWOOD Iami (am- 
leikt Biya If* cra/.y for come 
dians 10 compete with the 


• AWT TO wrii. C#0«.TCIT» tlST 
UlJiriPl.S Ibl PAalEVT lau 
MmVICT «r.-5 oiarap, »taa» • i*- 

tuia .oa t->ii etKne'ipn •< *»iii 
arit • 'h !<>S n.iaaoifD ill 
:.ari:.tri -jf l&« UCTUKIA BhAL 
(TTArt aOARO Tbli ADDITIONAL 
BRKVIl'l gl iny BOAND fi.* mlB 
•■»a* II ksa oea ■»iu> p*u tnt I'aa. 


$9200 


The October meeting of the 
VartaTMiver ('•land AsTCHiailon of 
Nur^rnmen and Allied Trartew 
will he held in the Womens In 


$6000 


t*juwn Ih*r V am ol t una iMirse- un , 
place, etc., lk*«Uliiig I.lncn>. Kitchen Applianc 
r’tenslls, Vacuums. TooIk Oil Orculalln* Healers. 
Rnngi's, ('ari*et<« including rhou'e British Indi 
Sectional BonkcaM* 

I riu>M*e Matching KeUil Sliowrahes 

Modem B<*droom and t'ticstcrficld Suiics, 0<-< 
Table*. Stamp'. Indian Batkcls. Lamps. Mirrors. 


lick it. BO he'a guing to join 
'em. Bud Abtooli and I..OU are 
putting together their own 
giveaway quiz tfhow but this 
U for kids, and the payoff 
will be in pennies lots of 
>m. 

Lucille lUM. planning a trip 
lu Knglartd m April with ttie 
whole family, told me, ”1 hate 
If, tell you this, because every 
lime I say I'm going to Kng 
Ltnd. someiimig happens " 
Lin y and IIcaI will telefilm a 
.v>rte.s with Job Whlieley and 
\’incent Winter, the adorable 
suii of ‘The Utile Kidnap, 
pers." . . . NBC' U working 
overtime on Hark Gable to 
make hts debut on a TV spec 
tacular. 

Red Skelton says he's glad 

to have hia show back In 
Ilrtlly-wofMi ‘Th^t chorus hne 
they dug tip tor me in New 
York whew! I can get a 
bunch of local kiddies who 
would be beitey, ' 

BUI Bendls earned JIOO.OOO 
from his "Life of Rilev^' T\’ 
show, enough lo finanie his 
lfidi*pendent picture He'll 


at H p m Thur*<iav ■ 

G. R. Webster. Dorrumon ex- 
perimental farm, Saantchion. 
will apeak on sutls and plant 
nuiritton with cmphaM* on hi* 
exjMTimeniA with Blue Whale 
as a Mill cundilioner. 

The meeting is ojien to all 
who derive their livelihood Irum 
the vile or ii<e of plant* and 
plant priMlurlA. 


af tn* >* siyitiMr* ol 

UOLTICLS LIBTIMO srKVICt »r 

1 m\ 

BUNA ribi 

flCYKHH yem roiLowmo 
Nnaoil sMor lx>m« m. aU 

• 

t'vSwf h«NM nu< bunfo.a* /av. 

»'• WM t>»>bvb: 

SaoU cunyoigv no >•>■» uil «r 
• nrif' II tbS dob'i f >vU IBiMthiy 


i«n'* <» 

tbofun 


They Itdnk hi» telefllm« aie 
loo wicked. They also rao 
cried hL* press party, and the 
portly diriH'tur u tMiuting . . . 
(ieurge Gubel is m lui a cuid 
winter if his TV material 
doesn't improve. 

Danny Tlmmas's danghliT 
aiienda U>e fnivei'Miv of 
Southern faiiforma So 1 
was suipriseil when Danny 
hollered b(*cauBe hts tickets 
for the southern ('alAVtscon- 
sm football g.ime were on the 
I'SC side *’l wanna sit nn 
Ihe Wiscon.siii sule." he ex- 
plameil ‘I ran watch mv 
daughter in the card section 
through my field glassi-- 1 
don't want lo x*e the fnoihall 
game " 

Art IJnkietlex's 'Beverly 
Hills" spet'tarular for NBir 
will feature the cU’.'s 10.000 
dogs and ll.onu irr'- more 
than one for each d<ig. “If.* 
the only cily in America,” 
said Art. "in which you can- 
not be h<>m. or buried -it has 
no hospitals and no grave- 
yards ' ... by the wav. 


DUPLEX 


The OepArtnMnt (hrouch Um Chief 
St ait«eer • n'fUe >H AN' or lhrot>fh 
tt,e lAoeruioeo at Utfouah the orOre 
'it til* t>l,tru-( Inrloeer tt Veoroure, 
BC elll «tippl? Oliie-arinU end ipeein- 
reiioo «f Ih* oork on aepoeii «( ■ ,im 

• r 130 00 In (be lerni •! • riM«>ie er 
KMMiev-arner De*enl» (<i Ihe arder •! 

• he Mintoer of euWlr Work* ITte Oe 
pei*» oi'l be f*le*»ert on reiom of '*•* 

• oiiO ii>rt lO. aibwi lb itgBl 

• iihtn • man'h fr*"' mo 

reerMioo #f 'ebAert If lutl 

• i'* 'I kt p»' ’he a*ufr*'t 
’--rfei(e>l 

lu:>*<i or ene ien4*, mi berre- 

• P 'led 

ftORiDtT mRTTra 
CItef *1 * -k'l'* Ser'i'ra 


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k id 1.1 lit*'-' 

«a'k (<i loan >i- 
l<::' II. eki’lteld 
tn» ofiu • p* 


ENGLISH^ 


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SVelL be Itkee lu«l ife* home (or 

I ru Vf»T «hk"’ih« Tl’i'f'N 

(OMr* ]<••( l'<Q ikrae (rkM (h* •• 

lb Ukk lU* What fouM be 

(haa la ■'•a AM* imwaruikie 

»•' « 1 o Ann 


WANTKU A two aiUHOO'd 
l -'^e ,b Obk nai -'-lund 111 "Ji* 
A (•• (•ed>aw<- l., r (or II >4 

iV.vri aBd IM err m >n<b al*< » 
br-ebl t«b-b*dt">’h iinttck tor i>kt- 
a ent* m( Ilia prt i‘!i and II UQ 
rt1«n fhbfie Mr. ? :- , n ( «IN 
••erine* i lll> 

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aeoT rABii ii «•* - u oao 
T*o miMlurt •Kh^aOi bAlUbr tb 
'<gi II on * Ihev raniti'e »ma.>** 
horae* nl (<>-jr nr five rnnni* Rr* 
let '■inte lai titt U'lM be (a<r 
tal'i* eira*e i*ll Herb ll«dk«m 
’ *^r. » iai« aa, Dt axM Wa r, 

RiMier L' ( 

WATini TO RBNT WITK 0»*nON 
'n hu, Tea-TbO« «'.d>r-l)r»« *Oun- 
>r«* h-»tje Ml apHiukiBiaifir IS 
a-rr* l>■•l»>a•)Il «Hhin 13 bil'** 
t ’ ■:= tn.i .iat j'ei VI i»» 

.*«• kB' lie anil ’ei ibi- aater *up- 
•TJl Vi'lutla e?**! 

HAVS ( ASH CLtSVT 
i.<- f.H,' .>! Mte-roobi MOtietfl bub- 
,• (tat Rav Ratrmeni nM 

ru-i.' a Around AikaM-lll *0* 
>-iea'* Keitn Ar*-ibaiil tere 

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THE CITY BROKERAGE 


rvftv KfXMB FbK 


For Sale: Waterfront 
Property, Shaemigan 
Lake. Five-Doom House 
with Out-Buildinp oe 
Two Lots 


30Uy 


TEMPORARY 
ONE-WAY STREET 

Broad Street from Broughton 
Street to Fort Street 


LEACH & SPARKS 

m* BLANSHARn 


ANGLIA 


OAK BAY - NEW 


Heated Tandart aitdreaaed l« the 
undrrat,ned bijl be re<ai*«d ur la AM 
pas Mbo<i*t NaveifiMr T I, AX '*r ih* 
purrr.aae far raab a( 10 and 11 

BU' k Shavn.fa,; La»e Buborban 

lr> . MfUr .i l-i.:,-' P at. l»M •■.Mate 
bt*- CUrSide Mha*'.iaan laaa BC 
•■*.« lu Me r f.i .(ttu i-iil Mr er 
,a:»’-s II, she trs: I •*- -M S ' N 
Rai - - rrj, I, -i»T >'•!<# 

Nu 04.1-1) 

Carh irnarr n » a< ed L, 


" $14,300 

CLOSE IN t (TY 
OIL HEAT 


WA'CIVD »"H A Ct.ItNT WHO 

!.*• i: • ;e»i .u t l-.uf- 


REGISTER NOW 


$8400 


In order to impr«\e the water supply system 
in the Itowntown arei*. a new water main i* to be 
laid along Bmad StreH from BrouRhtoo Street 
to Vatf* Street. 

While thia I* likely to cause ronaiderahie In- 
rowseaieore duriag the nett four weeks. e\ery 
effort will be made to reduce such difficulties to 
a minimum. 

The initial sUge of the work will I*e from 
Rroinjhton Street !o Fort Street and will take 
approximately Icn days commrncini: Wedni'rday, 
‘!t»lh OctolkT. During this period thw section of 
Broad Street will I»e a ONF W.4Y Street niDning 
South from Fort Street to Broughton Street. 


a'.;r •• r».' Th* 

ar an- •rnarr nM a, 

F. (M' k'liari «A a...;..atinn 


FRASER BISCOE 


P«ia, Nrakif, T*ad *f »t** 
M MOmr af Fa«t 


•vrinai in.ldUljalof 
Kii 1.1* Will aonraad *( 


Acuiin;4(rau<r 

• (■r |*.*a'r n* 


CORDOVA BAY 

almost new 

RANCHEP 


in? •oaruRAfiox o» thk 

|i|n I Ht« r nt V (AMf It 
/(IM\i. RV I AH 
NUtil I Op PI Bl h HI ABISt. 


Cor iIm 'aii**i rblW l(ba(- 
inaltla ua» .Si,par-.Su/( Llr 
Brholt'a /.lao pada Tbay 
alM rananva ratlnuan obb o( 
tha <|uu'Lab4 war* kaowa to 
Mbrlval aribWb Al l)ru(. 


t-aani'i- »|M on ,i«-. 

1,011 . ,g '*f(d f ■» 

. ir --t ’aiifd Uiair.o 

•i' M*' CM': rii nt a pwbli<- ^.^a■ , 
•• t aid lb iha oounrii rhan,i»- 

• r.i ; al Hall H, .-a* «-m« m MOHDAV 
'■I’-rr 3ia( I < •. a: - ’n p m 

* of Cr ,-..i Bv.lav nap 

'• • • lad f M.* M , 

'• “t. br-aa*.. 

- • aorl !i, a > p n- oil 

rt/r[>( Ok'. -'a' 

f i.f a'io*r S' nndmani acii '.a** >)># 
Ip.' nt tr-' iiir fahnaui, 'a,..l4 

'• •'•>.»» aiauon 

iM, CUE and P Plan 30Sa an-* 
l«i • Plan Mia a-' ib Rp'iian ’i 
V14M.-U Main: ao'i ait,a-P.i a* 

tl,r p.ai lid, uf N.. n-.ad 

briarr Nraioa Btrrvt and Cai 
Darvnn ■*,•«< 

•> a TRIBE 

MubIi ir-ai Qrrk 


• AVTED P*1H fAHii rursT 
■* ; !•» I* •'1*7 


$9650 


TMl T » BUT • OH ' n.v.M 
»»c»# ft-m, •■•h'n *a‘ •,:-ia 

ud«>n « Mat Rnat- 

Co III* lanrir* 4 frill 

rntuBUT POI'HONPIVE- 

nrsiMO 14 NO and IT WH 

" • .litifii' prrf»»'-( 

('u ItlA Lai-atri 4 ««4I 

• >'aa on BirriirR tmr 

fi ■ p « - ' *l--nb#r o( Vh 
» .-,-p a- ! Ill Part 


GILLESPIE. HART & CO 
LIMITED • 


HIGH ELEVATION 
NO STEPS 


FAIRFIELD — WANTED 


Moncd TO (BimToaa 

BaTtra or wiLi.itw MAXwrtL 

till 1 n drrasafd. atkarvlaa kaaaa 
a# WllliaM Mania, • Ma»«rll Taarha 

A' .\i, a--: .rraoru nanoa 

'• • ■ ataiii'i Hr a/,aiv at 

, . p - i -,, • .'r, i>a*t'1. * In* Mrii 

Ol ai ; -i.» -la, of i*rpin«hrr 

1' »! 11, » r.tv Ol Vutar;a P!,--tO'r 


McCANDLESS pialfy 




S950 S9S0 DOWN 
high HILLSIDE 
IMMEDIATE 
POSSESSION 


.'i!! KTV I OR 

■ irnw -I'm oak» 

Tr p-a a ♦ 1.' '*’• *»•*'- 


PI4 4 

f nrb. 
h‘ah 
t a «• 

in* I 

Lirrt 


$6800 


BUNGALOW 
EXTRA ROOM 


la.;./ Prai4r r**-* 7 IIW hraati 

Rt,;--. 114 Vat** B'rrr’ 

IP yoH WANT A tOT IN A PAR*C- 

'3,,.4 'n a •bali’-Mt-m Ih*l 

t*' dif'rtrrit if.an |«n i"0* '*( ''•» 
ln(a ?og rannoi t»» • Ml«** *"• 
(Ian 'A ’h* nhn'nrllft# PuMI»'41nO- 
efr*<4 UM In II 114 

N4»BTMW*PT HOMIta 
1-1 Duuc'a* 1-MII aofttwa 

an i-Muira RCii.oiNo I'vni i to 

4m »a’,i Irnni Tran»- ' a’-k'U Miah- 
aar Tnrm I at* Park ar»% 

a bM-*o *r f-an,r 1. -,i» lor »al* 
rp.p-r'*-'. tarn's t»ai;a*'!r -in i'** 
P' .<>>s9«np' I 2'IU >r 'an a’ 

Mr- - »• Hi4d 


xoTMV TO laiiiiToaa 
IN THI Mima af lb* K*lat* af 
AABAM H«aaiir pobtpr hi (ihm 

laamrtimr* hnaba aa SABAH H 

HI •-Hr* Ml* al yirlarla. Bi 
Ilrr*a**4 

NuTirk ■* ti*r*b* fi«rn tha' rtriliior, 
an: bliirra iiafin, riaima aaain*t iht 
raiair af Inr an**' ".mad drrraion 
a-» I rrPbT lo *and ii*»rn “ 

Uir <in(!*iil,n*d VAM'iter al IMd (la* 
r*nm»i'( Birrai Viriuria 8C bafvr* 
(f-r *4th da* of Npvaniba' i}'.'. afir’ 
a M- n nair I'-r r<r> ',ior vin itla'rib-i’r 

iPir .ail a4'i>r a-.orif tha parMr* rn- 

iK'p- th*f*i.i i,a*iii, f'aard — *a ti* 


p'., a- 'I ,a'ri.’*'ii> 1-414 N'"in 
dirt l*a* kbiua* *atu»d h*inip* A 
Al in lacaiiun la* (bn noJarn hnn* 
^ •*>nl ,ra'* It Irkturaa i«r a-l 
4;.i.nai (inohod ntam* bllh iro- 
braia aouanct. auitaai* f**r ,***<,»* 
mr r*lra lamll, ati'nmmo'la ' Ivb al 
fr-tund ir*ri Tha mala th>^: p'u- 
k'-ir* rirrllrni thri*ufh-hall p'an 
• '. '4.t bfiaht b*dr<*i»n* A fW' 
ba.p-r, rt dnqbia O'Htbbina *' 
a '-fn*ti'' hrat Broa'alr ,>’.«* 
an* 'tpA'ba ttaad axomoinda p> 
la* . *•* » I *> CA/T 


The Conodo Trust Co 

I am !>«•••:%« w.iia'>i 4 


WESTERN 


HOMm tm 

411 VAirn n?"*TT 

$1500 DOWN 

* Ih-'p < '■ •'>"* *l'( n, b-iTi- 

.a 1 *14* 111 r >«ai *<<>. 

:* b*tJr-Mn .aoibri aiirtirn I- 
■f patnbrokr baih No banabri t 
i><b ''-rp4 Idrkl (ar *ha tri.itnl 
pi* • luxi a«(h Ibt* af rauib 


*.(lTM I TO I at HITORK 
JOHN UAl IM « ai »> MTt I '• 

K-rTICe If • '!*» t’**n ‘"s* •' 

and rrl:*-. l-.-KK -A aft" 

r.iatr it Jui-n |i««i'i itrrra t 
af S'ltbr* and l.analor-t B > 
, ar# harf.* tr-jgitrd ' 

lham to "'S wndri «i,«ir«l a"^ • 
,r*,rl Mk'* CJfran i,::;r’ai ' 

“ y C i.r'-i’r " r '•'••r 

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f',. I 

im, p..r, - • 'f* ' 

TWO LOTB eOR BAt K BND UP 
p*--'!Hni.>t. Or(*r afl (’Ulan A«r- 
pj* 1404 A»fol Un»» Trrma 
1 »H4l 

CMul'It” 'CT ” AOU1IVIV.1 rn# 


$6300 


BARGAIN 
$1900 DOWN 
N.H.A. 


Keep A close wntch on the adverlispmenl.s you see m 
the pap«'r and l>*‘fnre Imig you will find the <ar \ou 
want, exactly atiiled lo your family needs and al just 
the right price! H's far easier to walch the ads than 
to be rontiminlly makinc the round<: wives endless 
waste of time. Read the Jisiv of cars offered for sale 
then look over the ones which appeal t(7 you In descrip- 
tion and price. Soon you will be Ihe happy owner of 
a dependable car lo provide you with lowcost traasport* 
at ion. 


r, thr riarur* mil"' 

i>,« r**ard 

->-• «h*n ' *■ - * 

rni*t UANV '.RUN 

AAii'inwrain* 


VINIOV 


--a virw '-IT 

a--»m ~ , :r - - BB :i' t - 

11V 

I.AHfir lOT .\’TH Vlftn r'l« 

^ 1!,^ ■> r,fc 4- - -n 

, %’RNm ter miiNinr avo 

N*i*"“B» Whal dllar*' 5 

Howrovd iubdivision 

C«'P»' ’* '• ,pMf*irf a- •• V-p n *!*•« 

aiA(nie<'< i evtt iotb 

llt-M 

$750 

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oil BH04n ST ' 


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rwo Af’- ON TTNnAt.i. Avr. 
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•4 FAini'^ FOK SAI.V: 
m rAKMS WANTF.D 


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hpir>4 Ml (ha Mart*! a* a 

• b* III, rablir maj,. 

(r»i tnai a s==t* ? 

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wAtiraii ixt auv 
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• na I S‘l «**>• (Of a"^ •*' 
a,r 1 1 p b*-li - — 1 '*• rai 

Mrti Hi'tna"* nr l••a^ '>p m I', 
I Mp"**"' ‘'7* 't-it: t-»«-nnbl 

IBU4' tail’ - 

curpi* at* 'p 111 ••• rb< 

di.'ilrt I An? b?a Ma*-, 

(•' r^arnam 

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IN BAANICN 
rvn-A tan '**■1' 
is<ritin>t Bbi 


t. ACaiAOC 

%a‘«t agbpi* 


THE DAILY COLONIST 


Whatever your buv»n(j or 
selbno Dfeblem II u*« 

ond reod Ocssihcd Ads 
iodv 


This »<j4CMiacmcni i» •*»» puk 
liahcd r>( ri(4pla>r«t hr? thr Liquor 
Control Reaffl or bi i*ic Lmciw- 
incm of Bniith ColurNbia 




Courtroom Parade 


24 Baity Cdolonift v»ci«ru. i.c., w#4.. o<t. ». i»ss ? 


Gymkhan a Draws Recor d Gn try 


Magistrate Stresses Higlit-ol‘-W ay Rule 
In Convietinff Careless Citv Driver 


U torla 1 Winnom iP^i^r 2, Jmh Dunbar; 3, Pr 

I difw Vina >l>oix)ihy llunii; 3, Si«*vji* SilU. 

iiteruJ (.'arnlval iJudy ManKlin. Truititii: rai'<» <c 

Mu.akal box<*s <ovpr WinHom Pe rr t 

JmlN MdUjtin; 2 ppter J-:ilK«'low; iJrady Cay iKal 
4 Dana 3. Mai)f>ne MiliiKah; «un(k>r Hi tipM>. 3. (.'harmt-i 
ou>p 1. JpjM Dunbar. 2, tilwn son*. 

I u ni s Wliilin^; 3 Djiui Tliunip'^on Pair sad<llp hop>p* 
u*arol Double turebaik 'undfr amt (.’arnlval *VV. 
I, Dana Thompsun anU Darla ami Judy Mangti.* 


Molori.sts urrp rrrAindr*d yi*st<*rday that it U vi*r>’ In Sidney ptilUe couri, Jamej 
JmpoftHnt cars on through streol.s Ijc given the right R KuMedne, Sidney, wan i-<»n 
of way. viritHj of driving white Iju ahu 

Magistrate IIonr>' Hall made the romment in con- >»y impaired by ak-ohol and 


virti Arthur I.sa 


shard. rareles« dnvlpK Lei-hner 

He said I-aacKun lesilt.rd he *•"<*<* taiHnu to re 

atopped nn liay and waned for mam at the si-r-ne of an acctdenl 
two to three minutes hui that hi« ikeme waa suspended, 
there was evulenre that he did Pinihttatk wai involved in i 
noi atop. rear end colli.sion at Rellevillc 

The niAKlstrate said he he (iovernmrni July 16. 

tleved iwo ears InvHved In Iveehner failed In stop for ■ 
the aeddenl were nvttlna ti^ff*' sign on llaMllain al Shel- 
alnwiy. HIth evidenee of a tmuine and collKled with an 
hinek lone »le»s frtNii Bay other ear. 
ftireel. he was salisfleil. the * * * 

maiflslrale wild, llial If Isaar- Kenneth W. Mayewk. 214 
aon had liaiked properly he (kirse was lmi»d a total of I 2 (i 
would have found (here was for tailing to m»iU> the molor 
not surririenl lime to go vetilele br«n<h of a ehange of 
through the InUTwillon. address and for not having a 

Isaacson was tineil $:n * miifller 


also and V' costs ff»r speeding, and Failing to obey a atop »lgn 
Siewari jr> and $.'» brought a $10 fine for Karel 
'•■'■‘■"•■'’I* f'«'l v«n Von.1 V.<l,r. 


Fur miirteniM 
aervlre 
DiiU 51311 


Woshing Blankets 


At (‘olwood murt. Apti Singh 
of Victoria was coriMcted of 
vareless dtivinc. 

Court heard that he failed to 
dim his headlights near (iold- 
stream when he met an onr-om 
Ing ptilice rar, Singh was fined 
sa'i. 

Marr NichoU, VIrlorta. was 
fined $23 for careles.s driving sKop* for FWf£ ximpie »f.i» 
Jle wav Involved In a reai end 0«pi. 5, ZiRO Soap, V*ctona, BC 
collision. - ■ 


Join the crowds WEDNESDAY at the BAY for 


SURPRISE 

DAY 

BARGAINS 


Shop at the Surprise Day Centre 
on every floor 


Fdward W PinrhiMi-k. of ihe 
eurvey ship William J. Siewarl, 
Jirid Krne.v| j Le.hner ffMCS 
Sioux, were flne*| $'« earh for 


I.ouk for (he red 
arrows on e a r h 
floor (hat Identify 

SI KPRISF DAY 
CKMKKS 


Jamen D MHIrfriiv. HMCS 
New tilasgow waM c-onvii-ied of 
('('f twing a minor m ;>osse<ision of 
*y night liquor riie llxearold claimed 
»e hdrier he Wan lairyirig ihe liquor for 
ept mm* an Inioxuated friend whom he 
iielp sell did not l>elie\e should «Hrrv (he 


• Bigger and beder aa- 
aortnient of real Stir- 
pri*ie BARGAINS for 
you on ever)’ floor. 


• Voii’ll be wonderfiillv 
SI RPRISFI) at the sax. 
ing. at leaat 25', and 
UMially much more on 
every item. 


0 Re««ii«e qiiantillea. altea 
and nilorv are limited, 
no phone. ( .O II. or mall 
order* con b« arcepted. 


OlsmUlS Of 

fin% Quolity Gins ond Rtol ffya WhrsJrrds 


This odvarlisament it not publithad 


or diiployad by iha liquor 
Control Boord or by tha Govarnmam of British Columbia. 


Sm Ihe DOZENS of Non-ldvirlited SURPRISE VILUES throughout Iho itoro 


lould he Mrliardy was fined $ 1 . 3 . 
hciPs re- The court also lined Richard 
i in an tV Todd. Rrs, a .similar amount 
a public nn a almilar charge Involvinf 
growing one hntile of beer. 


nU)FMI-T)N’n-;iN, .S.»uih Africa 
(Reuteno— Dr Francoi* Mlrnbrr 
E»T. a Pan* University geoloctsi. 
ha» found Ihe fotuuhred hones of 
A dinosaur whkh lived ITTviiW.iNNi 
years ago The depiMii wn* huned 
imrier 14 Inrhev nf «ni| ]fl mile* 
from Mohalrshnck m southwrslem 
Ra»;uir»land Sn far hr haa un- 
earthed almut .35 horu's. most of 
•hem in a go«xl aiaip of prrvrrva 
lion. 


Shine Silver 

nl. e with 


Here'* the »acrel- gentle. faM-actinf 
Turns' Turn* can bring you siata 
blessed reliof from pamlul acid 
mdigrsiHin and red'hot heartburn. 

T4im« arc safe amaud laNcI* that 
lotih and lastc like deliciout minis. 
I unw' soothing caloum formula act* 
nghi aaay io nruiralire eucw ac»d. 
relieving that churning aricr'cneal 
CoTer hotUim nf lahge enamell«d misery Turns contain absolutely mt 
pan with aluminum foil Add 1 u»Ar' Take reliable Turm lo eas* 
(eAMpoon anda to each quart of g<)sss. griping pains and searing 
watar. heat to bmling Imnsenw hearihurn. rclat and comfort lensc 
Mlver ao it tour hen fml. Tamwh iiomach musJe*. 
diaapprara quickiv. Rinae 
thorj^hly and dry with w>ft doth. w,T“™ 

ForTSgh luatre. wiU, a thm T’ v 

pa.U of wda *od milk applied .“C. 

with anft cloth. f ~ f" » 


.Saipar **tS" l/«f<dov S-doa 


Our Terrific Off 
Top Trado-lais . . . Top i 
Get Them While Tl 


A TKKKET 
FOR EVERY POOETf 


And yo«'n Ttnd oo« prievd 
just riokt for yovi CKoom 
from fhirtoon gorgoottt 
modsit in OfdtmoUU'g ihrop 
t«ri«t a a i kixwriovt NmmTjpw 
E ight, briltionf Svpor *88", 
budgot-pricod *88" I 


Mere r your chance . . . your bijj chance to step into the Oldsmobile 
of your dreams . . . and make (he best deal of the year. And when 
we say “deal we mean savinfts you'll lonft remember. But that'i 
not all! Were talking about “Rocket” Enftine Oldsmobiles — 
alive with “flying color” atylinji — with the marks of the future 
wherever you look. Come on and join the Trade Parade! Get our 


Or levei w (hr direction. Either way it costs 
only a few dollars more than to go atraight 
east and back. 

TM* sway doablas the variety and interest of 
your trip. You are San Frannaro. Anffrlea, 
Palm Sprynga. PHorntx. Turjton and* other citiea 
you've heard so much about Stopover any- 
where, 

■Me fomewf i traemHwer* with all-rooin Pull- 
mans and luxury chair cars, all the way In 
planning your next trip East, ioveaUgate this 
ramarkable travel bargaiiL 


WILSON MOTORS LTD 


Ace yeur local rail atrnl. nr write K. B. Currie, ran. Gen. 
AfcnK Hmre Vancosivcr. B.C., or <’. G. AJioa. 
GAPD, ttS Vance BMg.. KeatUe 1. Waak. 


909 Yates Street 


Phone 3-1106 





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NO. 267 — NINKTY-SFVKNTH YEAK 


VU TOKIA, BRITISH COLUMKIA, WEDNESDAY, OCrOHER 26, 19 


2i PAGES 


Island \atlits Wander F 


Dickie Recalls 


$2,000, 000 Centre Needed Now 


Rare i ales 


Of ‘Uabakuk 


OTTAWA <CP|— Admiral f:arl Mounlljaften Tues- 
day recalled how he Ioss(h 1 Ihe ingredient for “HalKikuk" 
Into the bathtub t)cside Sir Winston Chuprhlll 

HalMikuk was the secret Second World War srheme 
for building huge floating airfields from which to fly air 
— cover for the invasion of 

1 /f • • 

‘ pykoifie •• 

Wl |||IW| f~* I ■ niixturt* ut pulp and 

•^ * •*■ * ■* * -W iHil of wtiwh ih** fltuilmg ba^** 

»»*ie lo hsvf been built in New- 
• ■ ((lu/MUand. Ii wsa named after a 

Bj _ ^ nian named Pyke on .Vtounibat- 

■ ' I O || I W ‘rna iiatf who diacuvered it 

Lierl Miiunliianen. then chief of 
A3/ Bniuh combined operations aiNl 

. now find aea lord and chief of 

A ■ • »wvaj staff, related to the Cann 

ZW ^*1 ^ presented 

EE A «heme to Oiurrhill and later 

to the 11)4^ Queb«r conferenre. 

Rev. Cilen Sfevenson a retired RIUHT sPO'f 
Antflii an Church minister at h<* mikI he l«>i>k a hinrk of 
Alberni, said ye*lenlay he plana pykereie m a ihrrmoa jar to 
eyal action lo mover hit Oiequers. Churrhill'a country 
Icem-e to perform marriag<>a home He »as told by the butler 
*hii.h waa revoked after he ^ pnme minuter was in hia 
»Hik services In the I'nlted 

•hurch ■• 1.1 assist a sick friend ’■ ihai s just where f want 

But Most Rev. H K. Sexton. 

^M hblshop of BrltlMh Columbia. . ^ 

^id las, n.rM Jha. if 

Mcvertv.n feels he has been ,ng he appeared in the bath- 
reaicd iinjuslly he can ask fnr|roim> 
inrt , r«v.n.ldrr.(lon 

he mniiei by AoKlicari churvh, ...... ^ . 

■fficlals Mountbaiten popped the bl.K'k of 

ir e vi k HkvnKkii pykerete into (^urrhill a atenm 

Mr Sieven-son. vuar of AH didn't melt, 
iaints* Anglican church at Al ' 'Hie pnme mmcstCr whs ab- 
wrni prior to ht.s reiiremenl aoluiely delighted. " Mounibatien 
n said the luence was 'said , 

evokfvl in June on recom- 1 The whrme never bire fruit, he 
nemiallon of the archbishop. I said, bc ause of the irKreasingi 
The man .Mr. Stevenaon ' P«"wf‘Kl*on of long range ain rali 1 
•aid he helped out waa Rev. I pmvMled the needed 

.Stanley Rednttn of St An- i «Hd in the Atlantic and the United, 
drew'* rhurrb In Albeml. who ‘"'T*'* humbets 

died In .September. ^ 

PacifM'. 

'".i KI .SWAV,.. 

firmed three marriages and, 

ne Sunday chun-h service. I flounng fiaJds would have, 

oping that Mr. Redman would 3.«» feet long 

ei^over. Now 76. Mr. Steven- n^eratkm plants lo keep 
,m receive, a pension from the ’Jlr"’ ** ^221 “ 

„RU,-.n . hur.h. bu. .. h. 

Iklni! no ,«l.ry Jrom the * “T 

loeej. he «ld he Mi tn^ •n<J 31, ' 
enl to Mr. Rerttn.lf. .mIM I 

noe he^uee he WM . romr.de , 

t the First World War. a c®*' itnicled 

■go friend and a Mason. acheme. he sajd. met with 

lAHFA ArPKAl.S less derision that onginally 

Mr. Stevenson said he has ap K"eied Mulberry and Pluto. TTie 
raled to M«>st Rev. W. P. Bar former was the code word for the 
wt. primate of Canada, and to ■rtifKtal port towed Ih aecttotia lo 
itorney -Genei al Robert Bon- Normandy beaches, the latter 
•r (he code name for the oU 


\’trloria— the In's! con- 
vpntinn city in ('an;ula 
dpfiniliMy ih'f^s a Sli.lXMl.mk), 
multi-purposi* nvir ainli- 
loriiim with si‘allng fur 
S.fKXi iiHtNon.s. lii'njnmin ('. 
Mooro, on»* of Ihe l>Hsf- 
knov\n fluditorium <*\|h*i 1<? 
in Ihe Vniled Sidles, said 
last night. 

He sugcr^led Iw*j sn,-* one 
ad|ii<s*ni lu it)e .Mfiiiotiul Arena 
Hnd the other a« Uie edge ol 
Kencfin Mill p.iik opponiie 
.SoiMh Park si IkhiI and Thunder 
biKl Apaitm*:;:- on Umglas 
mr**et 

.Mr. Mot<ie Is m.uuiger of ihe 
veat old Spokrt'M- < olivfom a:::l 
ha". Kiveu .sdki.e atmiit aoiIi 
li>inmis lo nuineiouj< Ameruan 
Cltlc* 

He has hn-n Invited by ihe 
I Ndtlon. to go lo Kuro|)e 
to give ailvirc. an»l alicadv in 


I to Hohoinhi. Yugoslavia and 
Dublin. Kite 10 advice on audi 
I torium need.< 

He cme lo \ h*1airla siiriday 
at the invitation of the civic 
affairs group of the Mrlorla 
rhamlter of t 'ommerce l4i sur 
vey and a4lvise on > irlorla'a 
amIMorliini iieintM. 

I-H'-'t night he delivered hi> 

, repot I lo an Inv ited aiidieni-e. 
AKKN.A SITK »t„ST 
Mr. Mooie favoretl the site 
adjH'eni to the arena. iNv-atise 
(ariliiies of the arena, including 
iiT-making could he used by 
txiih buildings. For the large 
convenliuns the arena could he 
noed (or display of exhibits 
“You need both building" " he 
said. 


Mi.«t.s V'eneyui'la. .Su.sana Djiiim, flankini by runners-up 
in lh»» Mi.ss World con(t»st after the won that title in 
London, F^ngland. At loft i.s se<‘ond-plar#» Margarvt 
Anne Haywood. L'.S . .tnd.al right. Mi.v Greov'e. Julia 
C'oiinmundcHirmi. who tiyik third placo. 


Tzu Hang, above, one of three Victoria 
yachts now cros.sing to Honolulu, is 
skippinyKj hy retired Brigadier Miles 
.Smeelon, of Salt Spring Island. A 


fourth deep-sea yacht is bound hery» 
from England with Major A. H. Jukes 
as owner-navigator. 


Another Ready To Leave England 


Island Yachts Plow Sea 
On Adventure Voyages 


“Thi* Isn't s qiienttim uf 
putting up aumethlng that's a 
frill. Thu is a neomalty," he 
Udd a dinner meeting last 
night “You have a better <<nn- 
ventinn city than any other 
city I ktM»w of in Canada. “ 

H* suggested that for enter 
lainmeni like symphony 


By CHRIS POSTER 

Three small craft from Victoria are ploughing west- 
ward in the Pacific on voyages of adventure. 

The Trekka. Tzu Hang and White Hart are following 
—about 50 years behind— the course Capt. J. C. Voss set 
In his world-circling canoe, Tilikum. Tilikum i.s on display 
at Thunderbird park here. 

All three of the adventuring 
crsfi left .San Francisco re- 
cently. Trekka. a 20-foot yawl, 
manned by John GuzzweU. aet 
out for Honolulu Oct 8. 

The White Hart, with Tony 
Reeves. hU wife and children, 
left abouf the Aame time. 

C AME FROM li.K. ' 

Tru Hang, which wan brought, 
out lo Victoria from Kngland by 
Brig. Miles Smeelon and his 
wife and daughter, followed on 
Oct. 15 


tnin- 

cert.s auditorium rent would be 
^00 a night for the 8 (XXI seat 
Ing. 

The money made in operating 
a muJu - purprixe auditorium 
would come from t>ooklng of 
traveling road shows, he ex- 
plained 

Mt’SK AI. SHOWS 
Now in the planning stages K 
a program to put huge musical 
•hows on the r<iad to play In 
large arenas and bring the 
people aWiiy from television. 
With bigger seating 'aparities 
It is possible to fill the auditor 
iums and < harge le-e admission, 
he said. 

**I don I know of any heiter 
never having been to sea in a Investmeni you «-«iutd make In 
.small boat before. Victoria ' Mr. M«x*re said. 

M.Jrr Juk-.. 7,1 v-..r old ..J'"?"' "r'* .il'' 

m^bfr ot Ih- Roy.rvi, rom 

Y.chl Club, wrot, on 0,1 19 "--‘I"*. JI ™ 

that he was leaving for Fal $7.00h.00« 

mouth and Gibraltar shortly. * **» 'Ic- 

He may winter tn the Medlter 

ranean before continuing home 'Tlie finances uf the H 
Kta boat. Dawn .Star t« a *lurdy become hetlei and more 

45 foot ketch. ' buoyant. ' he sa»d 

« APITAl. < ITV t.KANT 

. _ * a ■ t'hant thought ihaf $7' 


pipe- 

Jtnes laid under the English chan- 
nel lo France. 

ACarl Mounlbatten then recounted 
how he tned lo aril the plan to 
the Bntiah and American com- 
bined chief! ol stall at Ihe 1!H3 
'Quebec conlerence. 

KI N AND UAMES 
He had a Mock ol ic<^ and Mock 
of pykereie sent up lo the suite 
where the chiefs of staff were In 
conference. Gen. Hap Arnold of 
Ihe U. 8. Air Force was invited 
to spilt them with an ase. 

Gen. Arnold cracked the ice all 
right but jarf^'d hui arms and el- 
bows trying to bust Ihe pykerete. 

Mountbaiten then took his pistol 
and fired al both- 
"The Ice shattered I then lired 
at the pykerete. Tie bullet jumped I 
back and very nearly killed Air' 
Marshal Portal. The staff outside 
thought the British and American 
chiefs of staff had started shooting 
at each other '* 


OTTAWA (CP)— Pnnress Mar- 
garet IB BtiU undecided ahuul mar 
rymg tJroup Capt. Peter Towns- 
end. 

That's the latest wnnl reaching 
the Carvidian government tnruugh 
informal and confKlenilal reports 
from ly^ndon, informants disclosed 
Tuesday 

'They mtimsied the government 
woukl express no opposition if the 
ZS-year-old Princess should decute 
lo marry the harKlwjme, 40-year- 
old British atr attache. 


«;KNfT\'A iCPi-Sixty five eouo- 
inrs ■nierexit'd in Ihe price and 
stiihiliiy of wheal supplies «il down 
b«'re today lor another attempt to 
sol^e an old pniblem 
The conference, iunvrnrd by 
the I'mted NalKMU at the request baste 


subw^mently - de<-ontro(ied gram 
trade have urged her kiep out. 

But as an advoraie of long- 
iftm uiTrmaikioal agreernem* (or 
ci>mmodHirt. ilV' United 
of the iniemalemal wheat counrii. Kingdom la sympalhetM to the 
may last onywhiTe from a week general alms af the IWA. As an 
tn a month It will talk about the expon-consriouB rnunlry. she la 
•By wheat surpluB aware of Ihe effects on ('ansdian 

It IS hoped that a third Inirma- or Australian purchasing power of 
Ismiil Mheai Agreement will he a wheal slump 
approved, in pnni'iple at le;».st. .Some gram experts feel the an- 
Then a oetvind conferrm e early swer in the suH'Iub problem lie* m 
(Vin cnuld be •■onsidered prtiii- '■•f' hammering world acreage reduction They 

cal as a capital city grant from •• '"^kB of pore quan- argue that fundarrumtal rhangea 

• he HC government, and ‘>***^'^ contenlaiuB mat have re-emerged in the world 

pointed oul that that fund trould •'**•** growing pattern since the 

he earmarkeil by those reapon Canaria appnwches an Second World War. 

,»ihle for aui h a prnjec-i as an *nl'‘nuiiK»nal conferenre not as Ihe k urope and wheal - rnn<uimir« 
auditorium (*ommonwe«||h a nch um Ic nor parts of Asm. free of the shadow 

■•I wouldn 1 like the .-ommli d‘T'" "'** 

. .. .1 .... standing both Rn<ain 

.r, I,, sn »h,»d unrlfr h- In,- ^ 

preHsion the city roumdl would 
give all the lapiial city grant 
to the audtinnum project" Aid 


Another boat, nawa Star, 
commanded hy Maj. A. H. 
Jukes, la leaving Falmouth, 
England, shortly on Ihe first 
leg of a voyage home to Yle- 
lorla. 


I LONDON (Rriitersi — Pnnceis 
Margaret and Group Capt Peter 
Townsend met again Tuesday as 
the Arc'hbtshop of Canterbury. Dr. 

Geoffrey KWher. (rowmed on moves 
In alter the Oiurrh of Flngland'S 
altitude towards divorce. 

Townsend made his call al Har- 
ei*^ Hou.se. Margaret's London 
home, earlier than usual as the 
prlncc-ss fitted m her daily meet- 
ing wilh him at i Yl p m — beiwi'en 
a ru.sh n( royal engagements 
brought about by ihe itnie vuiii 
of Ihe president of fNirtugHl Town wplely different paxagex in S«n 
send stayed for two hours Franci.st.'o 

Meanwhile ^.pafv^r men from vvhite Marl. *h<«e eventual des- 
many parts of the worid crowded Auslral.a had • fair 

Ihe press gallery of the House ol _j . . . . 

Comniona Tue^y hoping In hear *'™', 

a statement from Pnme Minister ^ ‘k** 

F.Vn on Ihe nmianre ^ 

Ubor member Marcus Upton K«og buMi 

had pul forward a qursiion asking ketch Tsa Hang hod two days 

k>lefi i! he would amend ihr Royal ealro— aad the* had la heave 

Marriages Act ol ITT2 »• fse (Ke days U lide o«t flerre 

But the question wo.« not reached gslex. 
and Upton withdrew H. hoping lo W'lrh six-fonl su Bng 5meet «n. 
bang it up Inter in the week. his wife and 14->ear-oid daughter 


cabinet - maker John 


LONTX1.N ‘CP* R A BuHor. 
chancellor of Ihe exchequer, 
today outlines "operation mop- 
up" In his fifth budget, a aup- 
piemenlary one. 

Before a Labor party oppost 
finn anxious >o dig Into what It 
considers a prime opportunity. 
Butler will annoum^e Ihe ".aeries 
of economic 


aumer demand and attempt to 
.spark exports with higher pur- 
chase lax on autos and other 
“luxury” commodities Me also 
it expected to set a good 
example by trimming the gov- 
ernment's own spending. 

i=>veral targets have been 
picked oul In pre hudgei speou- 
latton. 

Defence, which takes one-third 
of government budgetting. al- 
ready tx under scnitlny. Food 
and agrlruilure stihsidies. cost- 
ing more than LlOO.fXXi.OOn 
annually, are other*. 

In housing, local authorities 
have been warned that tome 
tehanlf in municipal housing 
estates ran afford to pay more 
rent. This may mean the 
government which has been 
encouraging the building nf 


Mendes-Fraiice 
To Make Bid 


measures he con- 
siders ner-cs.sary to absorb tiie 
excese pounds, shillings and 
pence responsible for Britain 
exceeding H.s means. 

lie li expected lo blunt con- 


There Is I\o 


So Canada To Build One 


Inside Today 


Pag* 

Astrology 14 

f'IsBSined lit 

f'omir* -- 14 

fro— word 14 

foniract RrMga .. 14 

Fatitnriala - 4 

FlnooeM News - . - 14 

G. R. MoHlmore’a fxxhimfi 1 

(iarden Note* t 

.. II 

II 
14. lA 

S. • 

If 
17 


W ASHINGTON il'P>-Thf U .S 
Air Force has wound up an 
eight-year ftudy of flying uu- 
eer* by crwrluding there is no 
ouch thing Blit it alerted the 
public lo expect radk'al new 
planes arwo that rouid give Ihe 
"Uluaion of being aaucers " 

Air Secretary Dortald A 
Quarles said an tnvestigalinn nf 
almost 5.(XI0 "aaurer ' sightings 


produced 'no evideoee of the 
existence of Ihe popularty-iermed 
flving Baucera.'' He made public 
a S16-ptge book summanzme the 
hquiry. 

Hoxvever Quartet noted that 
several new planes at radirsi 
design now sr« in the mski sod 
cautioned that "we are now en- 
tering a period nf avtaHon tech- 
nology in which atrrrafl of un- 
uoual coaftgvraOnn and flight 


rharaeteiivtiea will begin tn 
appear 

He said new pUnes «-ill rt-- 
verticaUy. sriihnut benefit of run- 
way. sod wtil nom sway in level, 
ouperanme flight, pnsmbty giving 
"the ilhtston of the w»-eaUed 
flying saorer " 

Quarles took the wraps off an 
air force contract with Avro 
Ltd of Canada to produce what 
has been poputarty described aB 
a flying saucer The air fore* 
nmreded tha^vro vHdek coaid 


result in dt shaped aiirrart 
oofnewhat similar' tn the puhl: 
concept of a flying Mucer 

Quarles also announced that 
the atr force's first jet-powered 
vertical- nstng airplane soil fly 
from t'ohvards air force base. 
Chhf tn a few days It is • 
delia-winged ship built by Ryan 
Aeronautical Corp . Sap Diego 
Calif 

Quarles pointed nut that oHwr 
enuntr»es al— ran develop lajeh 
piSMS Hm ataiemrid recalled 


a recent report that planes of 
weird ohapt and performance 
had been srghted hy tribesmen iai 
the Afghanistaif Ruoaian border 
The flying saucer study, called 
Ppoieei Bkie Book and dating to 
mid-1947 show ed that the atr 
force u now able to lAmUfv as 
hailnona. aircraft aatronrwnicsl 
bodiet or other objects all but 
three per rent of Ihr an^alled 
flving — urers Those three per 
cent still are listed as "un- 
tumsrn.' 


On the hails nf IhiB ftud.v 
believe that on nhjects su< n 
at those popularly described as 
flying Murers have fk^irn over 
(he United States ' Quarles Mil 
•'We are saitafied at this tiaie 
that none of the sightings nf aiv 
called tlying Bauerrs reported m 
this country were m (art ainTaR 
of foreign origin ' 

The air lorre study added (hat 
there was a "mmplete lark" nf 
a/rv evlrtenre of phryueal matter 
la any uf ihr rrpurted Mucera.* 


Roulio r mg r aim 

Koetal . . 

Kpori . ... 

Teteviainn . 

T1*ea4rea 

Tom TajrVir’t rntumn 


.SSWieeei— 





Dickie Recalls 
Rare Tales 
Of ‘Habakuk’ 


Virtona— best convention city in Canada — needs 
a $2,000.0(10, muiU-purpose civic auditorium with seating 
for 8.000 pensoas. Benjamin C. Mooie. one of the best-' 
known auditorium experts 

He been Invited by the. 
I nited Nattons in go to Kuro|)«i 
to give jdvire. etid already m; 
hts next year's agenda are trips! 
to n<>ni>luiu, Yugoslavia and 
Dublin. Kite, to advise on audi*! 
lurium needa. 

He rame to Vlclorta .Sunday 
at the invitation of the rlvie 
affairs grtnip nf (he Virtoiia | 
rhamlier of r<Nnmeree (o sur- 
vey and advise im \ifioria's 
I audllorium needs. 

Last night he delivered hia 
report to an inviteil audience. 
ABhNA SITK BLST 
Mr Moore favored the site 
' adjarem to the aiena. because 
j/Hctlities of the arena, Including 
I ire making, could be used by 
H<>(h buildings. Kor the large 
ronventlotLs the arena could be 
o-e«| for display «»f exhibits. 

' Ynu need both buildings, " he 
said. 

’’This isn’t a quratiun of i 
I putting up MMneihlfig that’s a 
frtil This la a be 

' toid a dinner meeting last , 
night *You have a better eon- 
venlion Hty than any other 
city 1 know of in ( anada.** , 
He .suggested that for enter- 
tainment like symphony con-i 
certs auditorium rent would be 
S-100 a night for the S.OOO seat-: 
ing. 

The money made In operating 
a multi • purpose auditorium 
vsoutd come from hookiog of 
traveling road shows, he ex- 
' plained 

Now in the planning stages is 
a program to put huge musical 
I shows on the road to play in 
I large arenas and bring the 
people away from television 
With bigger seating capaciues 
if is possible to till the auditor- 
iums and charge le«s admis.slon 
he said. 

“I don't know uf any better 
Investment you could make in 
Victoria." Mr. Moore said ' 

Puhllc Worka Minister W. S. 
Chant, who attentled tho I 
rrteeting, eatintalesl an audi 
iortum wouM bring f7.tMW.MM 
a year more huatnesa in Vic- 
toria. 

"Die finam.'es of the Hty 
would heroroe better and more j 
huoyani." he said. 

C APITAL (TTY 0«ANT 
Mr Cftant thought that S75.- 
000 could be considered practi- 
cal as a capital Hty gram from ' 
the BC- government, and 
pointed out that that fund could 


Rev. Ulen -‘^tevenaon. a letired 
Anglican Church mlniMer at 
Alberni. «ald yesterday he plans 
legal aiiion to nvover his 
licence to perform ms mages 
which was revoked after iia 
look servues in Ihe L'mtcd 
church "I'* aMi'*! a su k friend." 

But Most Rev. II. .'sexton, 
Archbiahop of HrltJsh ('ulumbia. 
said last night that if .Mr. 
Steven.son feels he has bci-n 
treated unjustly he can ask for 
and rrieive a reconsideration of 
the matter by Anglican church 
officials. 

Lit IJSCK RKVUKM> 

Mr. Sirvenaon, vicar of All 
Saints' Anglican church at Al- 
berni prior to his reiirement 
in 19T)1. said the lli'ence waa 
revoked in June on reii«n- 
mendation of the arrhbiahop. 

The man Mr. KtevenaoA 
■aid he helped nol waa Rev. 
Hlaniey Redman of ML An- 
diww’a chveh in Alberni. who 
died la Mepiemher. 

Mr. Stevenson said he per- 
formed three marriages and 
one Sunday church service, 
hoping that .Mr. Redman would 
recover Now 76. Mr. 


1 I I RCNWAVk MUrZKS* 

'The dnaling fields wiHild have 
earned runways 3.000 feet long 
T T and fTfngeratioo planis to keep 

I frozen as hard as coivrele 

lloUil. ^ Thev would have been powere«I by 

a dozen Hectnc mnlnrs tod been 
OTTAWA '<7Pi— Priwess Mar- capable uf a speed of four or five 
fsrrt IS still undecided about mar- kn<»* 

tying Group Capt, Peter Towns- Mounibaiien aaid •eriiona of 
rnd. a field were arlually con- 

Thai's the latest word reaching **2i^*'***' . , 

Ihe Canadian guvemmeol through . The •cheme. ha said, met wMh 

hifnrmai and ronhdenUal report. 

from London, informanta diarioaed Mulberry and Hulo The 

Tu«i 4 dMy former was the code word for the 

_ srtifiriai port lowed in sect tons to 

They intimated the govemmeni Normandy beaches, (hr latter 

would express no opposilion if the ^ 

Z-year-Hd rTincesa sNiulrt dende Ihe Knglish chan 

In marry the handsnme, d>-year- Krance 

old Bniish air attache. Mounibalten (hen recounted 

■ how he tried to sell the plan to 

liJNDO.S (Reulersi — Princess the British and American com- 
Margaret and Croup Capt. Peter bined chiefs of staff at the 1943 
Tiiwnaenri met again Tuesday as Quebec conlerenre 
(he Archbishop nf ('anicrbuiy. Dr h N AND CJAM^:?* 

Geoffrey Fisher, frowned tm moves , hlock of ke and block 

In alter Ihe niurch of Lngland s pvkerrte sent up to the suite 

altitude towards divorce. ,h, chiefs of staff were in 

Townsend made hit call at Clar- confererfre. Gen. Hap Arnold of 
ance House. Margaret's London the U. S Air Force was invited 


WINNIPEG 'Cp! An a.sai/i» 
court Jury found Donald Kart 
Ilambleton. K. guilty of the 
May 2k bludgeon slaying of a 
66-year-old caretaker. James 
Henry Wolrich. but recom- 
mended mercy. 

Mr. Justite Ralph Mavbank. ' 
who sentenced Ilambleton to be 
hanged Jan. 11. said he would 
convey the jury's recommenda 
lion to the governor general in-' 
council at Ottawa. i 


Sieven- 

son receives a peruion frtim Hit 
Anglican I'hurch. hui as he was 
from the 


I taking 

I diocese he said he felt free and 
I went to Mr. Redman's assist- 
lance bet'au.se he was a t-omrade 
inf the Flrsl World War a col- 
lege friend and a Mason 
MAKRM ArPr.AIJ4 
Mr. Stevenson said he has ap- 
pealed to Moat Rev. W. F. Bar- 
foni. primate nf Canada, and to 
Attorney -General Robert Bon- 
ner 

The primal* auegected h« 
writ* a letter of apottigy in 
Ihe arrhhiahnp, he said, and 
Mr. Ronrier said there was no 
legialaUcHi covering the aihi*- 
Mnct on flcencea. 

Archbishop .Sexton declared; 
"Mr. Stevenson has taken a 
solemn oath of canonical oiie- 
dienre to hit bishop, and It 
would seem that he doc« not 
understand or appreriale his oh- 
llgaiinna in thii regard 
"He has not had either the 
lime nor the imUnation lo even 
acknowledge the communica- 
tion from his bishop regarding 
his marriage licence 
"If he feels that he has been 
treated unjustly he can esk for 
• reconsliWatlon of the matter, 
and I would be prepared even 
now to submit his case lo the 
judgment of a group of repre- 
sentative clergy or the executive 
committee of the diocese'* 


Tzti HanK. above, one of three Victoria 
yachts now crcKving to Horfolulu, is 
.skippered by retired Brigadier Miles 
Smeeton, of Salt Spring Island. A 


foiirih deep-sea y»thf is hound here 
from F>iRland with Major A. H. Jukes 
as owner-havigator. 


Man’s Death 
Described 


Island Yachts Plow Sea 
On Adventure Voyages 


VANCOIJVKR (CPi 


(‘;enrgr Rum«. witrwss at the 
muMler trial of Robert Graham 
;H. (old the court the people stood 
around "yetling and screaming " 
while William Holman lay bdplesa 
in a servica station lot. , 


Hiange and get us away from 
said chicken 


the island wintei 
farmer Sykes, former war-time 
gilder pilot, before leaving. 

The Smeeions bought Tiu 
Hang In England In 1951 and 
•ailed her ba«k to ihejr 5Ult 
Spring i«Und h"me despite 
never having been to tea in a 
small boat before 

Major Jukes. 73 year-old 
member of the Royal Virtoiia 
Yacht Club, wrote on Oct 19 
that he was leaving for Fal- 
mouth and Gibraltar shortly. 
He may winter in the Mediter- 
ranean before continuing home 
tils boat. Dawn Star is a sturdy 
I.'* fool ketch 


ves Stolen 


Inside Today 


Astrology . Hi 

risMiiried . 

t omics I A 

4'roaawnrd 16 

l ontrai't Bridge . 16 

Kdlyirlals « 4 

HrMUtrlal Newt . I* 

(». K Mortlmore'al'olMniR t 

tforden Notes — t 

Island News . .. .. II 

Palt6ms - 14 

Radio Programs . 16 

Rorlal ..... ... 14, 1ft 

Rport ft, t 

Television . - 16 

Theatres _ • - .17 

Tom Tsylor'a Column .. 4 


LO.VDON »CP« 
chancellor of il 
today outlines "n 
up" in hlf fifth budget, a sup- 
plementary one. 

Before a Labor party opposi- 
tion anxious lo dig into what It 
considers • prime opportunity. 
Butler will annount.e (he "aetlet 
of economic measures'* he con- 
siders necesiiary to absorb the 
exreas pounds. Shillings and 
peme responsible for Britain 
exceeding Its means. 

He |j axpecied to Munt con- 
sumer demand and attempt (o^ 
sparit exports, svltb higher pur- 1 
chase tax on auloa and other 
“luxury" commodities. He also 
is expected lo set a good 
example by trimming the gov- 
ernment's own apendlng 

Jveveral targets have been 
picked out la pre-budget specu- 
Istiort 


-R A Butler, Defence, which takes one-ihlrd 
of government hudgeitlng. al- 
ready is under scrutiny Food 
and agriculture subsidies mti* 
ing more than £3t¥).000,n00 
annually, are others. 

In housing, local authorities 
have been warned that soma 
tenants in municipal housing 
estates ran afford to pay more 
rent. This nuy mean the 
government, which has been 
encouraging Ihe building of 


There Is A'o Such thing 


So Canada To Biiihl One 


WASHINGTON arp>-Th* U S 
Air Force has wound up sn 
eight-year study of flying sau- 
cers by canrlttding there it no 
such thuM But it aieried the 
public to expect radmU new 
planes soon that couM fix's Um 
*‘U luskNi of being Muren." 

Air Becreiary Donald A 
Quarles said an InvestigatKin nf 
almost 3.000 "taucer " aightir^ 


produced "no evidence of the 
existence of the popularly termed 
Qytng aaucen " He made public 
a 216 page book summaiVing the 
tnquiry. 

However. Quartet noted that 
several new planes ol radicil 
design now are in the works and 
cautswied that "we are now en 
terlng a pertori trf aviahno tech 
nology In wktek aircraft nf un- 
usual eonficuratiM ai^ flight 


characteristict wilt begin to result m disc thaped aircmfl 
appear mmewnai similar " to the public 

He said new planes will rise concept of a ftytag eaurer 
vertically. wiOKSit benefit of run- Quartet also annnumwd that 
way. and will xoom away ta level, the atr farce's ftrM )et-pasmed 
wpersonic flight. posaMy giving vertiral-r1au« airplane snU fly 
"the Olusian of the KHralled from Kdwards air forte base, 

flying aaucer ' Cahf . in a few days H is a 

Quarles took the wraps off 4i> driia winged ship huUt by Ryan 
air force contract ««th Avw Aeronautical Oxp.. San Diign 
Ud n< C:AAada to pfsxkire whst CaJif 

has been popularly described as Quarte* pointed out (hat other 
a flying aatsrer The air force eountiieii also ran develop surh 
conceded the Avie vebicla "could plaaea. Hti statement recalled 


a recent report that ptanes r«( 
«e«rd shape and performance 
had been sighted by tnbea m en on 
the AfghanMan-Ruaatan border 
The flying aaorer shsdy. called 
project Bhie Book and dattr« to 
nud-t947, showed that the air 
force Is now able to idnitify a.s 
balloans. aircraft, astronnmiril 
bodies or other, objects all but 
three per cent nf the ■vcalled 
flying saucers TViae three per 
cent siiU arc bated as "un- 
knmva.' 


"On the basis of ih«« studv 
we believe (hat no objerts siw a 
as those pnfMjlarly «iesrrvbed as 
flying Murers have (knm over 
the Uruied Stales." Quarles aatl. 

"We arc aatisfied at this Ooia 
that none of Ihe Ughtings of so- 
called ‘lying saurera rep o rted In 
this country were in fart alirraft 
fli fnreign ongin 
The air force study added ihst 
there was a comple t e lack" of 
any ex-lrteore nf physical msMer 
m any of tha reported ‘ taucen.