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ytinvtniver lslan<i*$ l,t>wlinfi Sewspafler Sinre JHSH 


NO. 27:J— lirNnKKDTII YKAR 


VICTORIA, HRITISII COLIMRIA, SI M)AY, NOVKMBCR 2, 19.>8 


!• Cr>T« DAILY 
It LS*T« ILiiDAr 


64 PAGES 


Cuban 


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planr. 


\ ANCOUVER (CP? — A former British Columbia cabinet 
minister was convicted of conspiracy and sent to jail Satur- 
day night in a tense courtroom drama that came as a climax 
to a record 76-day trial. 

An Assize Court jury of nine men and three women found 
former lands and forests minister Robert E. Sommers guilty 
of conspiracy, along with timber brokerage firm president H. 
W. Gray, the man from whom he is said to have taken bribes 
while in office. , ★ ★ * 

Thr IT-ypar-oIrl form**!- minister, uho slill h«*l<j hi.v 
|Misl Social (’rodit MLA for Russia nd-Ti*ail aft#»r hi-s SoniniPTS Vptdicl 

ivsiiinalion from Ihc rabinrt in had a smilo on his 

fai'p as was lod awa> b> RC'MP. His ronvirtion means ^ 

aulnmalu' loss of his s«*at in Him leKiKlaturM. I'l *1 ■'¥ 

Sommers and (iray were taken to Oakalla Prison k.3vl Cl-t- 1 1 Cl ■ 1 
Fann. whore they will fie held until eompldtion of the 
lon^rthy and ^omp!o^ trial, when sontenoo will be fias.Hod ^ « 

by the presiding judi;-', Mr. Justire J. O Wilson. The ^ f 

amised have hwn at liberty on bail sinc-e the trial began Oil I 

The jury had the case for more than hours and 
reported two more convictions, three disagreement.^ and I f'%'1 t'l t* 

one acquittal in the case of others of the eight accused. 1 .l|||||||^||| 
It gave these other rerdief? 

Pacific roast Semivs Umited, guilty; Evergreen opp^winon ii.adrr Robert 
I.umlvr Sales, guilty; John M. Gray, disagreement; >*B.d i*m n.Rhi he had 

timber engineer Gharles D. SchulU. disagreement: C. D. no intmuon oi making 
Schultz and Company Ltd., disagreement poliri.-.i ol ihr -Snm- 

Acquitted was the multi-million-dollar firm of B.C. ' now rhar (hr court 

Forest Pnxlucts I.unlted. established here m the 19-I0s decision- 

bv financier E. P. Taylor of Toronto. The Crown had ™ ‘ "?i, 
rhars«1 thal this firm paid S.’W.OOO to get a B.C. govern- 

ment timber iK’ence. di-cuiion in an nffnrr tn 


Ciflnni hiintii* and thi!-:y 

thi-> emerged tnon ihcir uideal incrrow': gathered al Ihe mine 
In asionifthmgiy good oondHion hi'ad. itr .«Mt up. waved, and 
.IS had the 12 miners '»wl stalled oui to a fnrnd. 

Then, in a bed at the hospital 
he said: “I feel like a million 
dollars.** Joshed Ruddick fro m 


ThursUaj m the Im* 1 mir»-U 
of the Cumberland. 

One esen eame out loking 
Said Maurice RuddirK. ^^i. and • nearby bed: ".'<o do I. but all 
father of 12. when rescue crew * "t mine U spent ' 
reached him In his «iippo«e<1 i > rT III- All 

tomb l?»»nO fiN*i from the mine 

entrance: "Give me a dnnk of had lefi 

water and I II »ing you a song. ^ 

refuge and ihKy did not see 
S.ANG IN ll.ARhNKSs how anyone elite among the 

He always Bang ae he w'orked miners aiill mrsoing could be 
and h!> comrades said he sang *I*ve. Re.scuers agn-ed. 
plenty during the long hours of •'But there could be anulher 
darkness, keeping up theU mii -cle. ' und Arme Patterson. 

publir relallon.s chle# of ih« 


ROBERT SOMMERS 
ex-forest minister guilty on first charge 


EDUCATION MINUSTFR 
PkTERSON 

. , . hack* Victoria move 


Vir Tense, ('ourt .jammed 


Sipcrpfl Convention 


iilie^TlFU ATION MADK 

J'U mote bodies were hr^'kAkt 
up during the day and identifi 
■ation waa made of the dead 
miner left behind In the late.M 
resc ue operation. 

That raj*ed the total known 
dead lo 4.1 Rescue leam.s aul) 
dug through the rubhie deep m 
the mine looking for the oihei 
11 iLMed ai mlsalng. An indefn, 
<te number of fhem are known 
to be dead. Removal of hodiev 
war suapenderj fur aeveral hours 
during enni'eniration of all 
efforts to iPM-ue the tateni 


JOHN GRAY flofi) AND WTUSON GRAY 
. jui y convicted Wilson, couldn't agree on John 


By Coinnisf Staff KeiMirter 

VANCrOlJVER — Victoria only 


B.C, Vault 
A la nil 
Biiurs 


. won partial support 
for Us demand for a degree-granting university at the 
B.C. Social Credit L«*ague convention yesterday. tSee 
other convention story on page 2.) 

Iruiiead of supporting Victoria 
M sile for a degrei* granting 
univei,i5>, the convention went 
on record a» favoring universtly 
facilliie- be exlendeit io Bri- 
ii^h Columbia polnia, rather 
than singling out Vidorta. 

. The rnnvenlioii fav«u«>d the 
whole of Bnlish Oohunhia even 
afier minister Leslie PetecMin 
pointed out 


BxUp SprU» Dvath 
PIpfuh Pnstprnak- 
(Page fi) 


Leaders 

Explore 

C bailees 


A short clriiiit In the 
burglar alami >i>steni in 
the provlncUl vault at the 
leglalallve holliilngs aent 
p«dlie Bcurrying In the 
wene khortly before mid- 
night lant nlghU 

Polb'e HBid there was no 
■Ign of Illegal entry- In the 
bulldlngii. 


R ill Morip Hottnpn 
Hprivp f fiitflpt'illp? 
(Page 7^ 


Court vwas adtoumed Inst Jr charged that Sommers. a« 
night until Monday when the an official of the government, 
lurors win lie charged and unlawfully conspired to "re- 
asked for TjO verdicts on a group reive, personally, directly or in 
of chargea against the alleged directly, gifts, loans or con- 
donors of bribes, After that It siderafiona. In money, bonds, 
will »>e^aaked for seven verdlrtt' travelling expenses and goods” 
on charges agaln.st .Sommers aa fcom other defendants and de 
the alleged recipient of the fendani firms "For asalatmg or 
bribes favoring individuals, to wit B C. 

In the donor grmip. H. W Prodm ts Ltd,, and C. D 

Grav fai-e. 10 bribery counts ^hulta and Company and its 
Pacific CoaM Servl.^ Charles ‘j’** transaction of 

D .‘^^•kuliT and the SchulU 

nine each: B.C. Forest Prixiurts province 

six. John Gray four and Ever The conspiracy charge con 

green Lumber .Sales, three Unues that the other seven 

The Crown charaes thal the "reused conspired "unlawfiilly 


Victoria al 
iead> had a university affiliated 
with l*BC w'hich m Umc. no 
iintibi would handle granting of 
degree!, 

Mr. Peterson e 


U hy thp Prpmipr 
Chonp thp Pporp 
(Page 8) 


OKNKVA (AP) — I Ji.. 
British and Soviet detego- 
tlnn leaders ex|ilored in a 
private meeting Saturday 
the rhanees of reaching 
agreement on tlw- |Hillring of 
m nuclear lest ban. 

They appeareil neither op- 
Bmlstlc nor pesalmistb* after 
their 4,Vmlni»4e diw'Usslon, 


xplaincd that 
m the course of time there will 
be some degree of decent raliza 
lion of the University of 8.C . 
bill added that he didn't favor 
jihe duplication of espenaive 
faculllt*s. 

He said Victoria wa.s at pre 
-»ent catering to a 5n per cent 
enmlment of teachers m train- 
[Ing. 

Peace River delegates ques 
rioned why a university vhould 
be rstahlished m Victoria rather 
than the B.C northJand. and 
lUBC delegates questioned the 
ladvlsabillty of spreading the 
campus facilities over a great- : 
er area lhari Vanctmver dixtnet. - 
Works Minister W. N Chant 
anid It would he wise to take 
the edurallonal facilities of BC 
to the people and pointed out 
that basically Vlctoiia College ta 
a unIverfHy In IU otvn right 
under UBC. ^ 
t'BC delegates to the Sorted 
convention «atd It was not ad 
Msahle to rush Into another 
camptis. but admitted that at 
some timeJn the future It may 


C n. .'^’HHLTZ 
. jury rmtidn'i a^-ree 


atone. Tlirre was lUTatrhlng 
again. We hollered and then 
we thought wa heard men. The 
first voice sounded Hke Martin s. 
We broke through, and sure 
enough It was Martin 
Rescue crews, in a despcmie 
effort, smashed through two 
rock barncades In M minutes 
and found the other six huddled 
In a pocket three feet high, 
five feet Wide and 24 fen long. 

With Ruddick and Jewkes 
were Heibert Pepperdine. .Hi 
Garnet CUrke. 29. Currie Smith 
35, and Frank Hunter, 49. 

TRIPl.r MIKAf IJC 
*ir* hern a triple mlrarlr."' 
decUied Vlf tor Hunter, captain 
of the rescue crew, when he 
found his brother Frank among 
the six 

Another brother. Fred, was 
anvong the J2 saved Thunolay. 
A third brother. Percy, was 

l-oatlnued oe Page 3 i 


Deniocrals 

Will Win 


Monty. SimonHfi Kppt 
MrSnuuhton .4 troy 
(Page 14) 


Toiigh-Tolking Hpfh 
Stprnlv Warn Iran 
(Page 21) 


WA.SHINGTON <AP) — To 
the f.-ulirig mar of (lolitlcal can 
nunading aero*, the rontlnent. 
Demorrals apjiarenlly are on 
the march once more lo a solid, 
precedent making election vie 
tory. 

Unleoa Ihe signs are all wrong 
—and Re)Mihllcans hopefully 
chant they are- Democrats will 
come out of Tuesday's balloting 
perhaps with more governors 


VANCOirVER jCT* A gov 
ernment-appointed commilt(.Y> to 
study the need for a new oFoss 
Ing over Vancouver a First Nar 
rows wlU begin work this wi>ek 
Premier Bennett said com 
mitiee members would be em 
powered to employ the best 
traffic expert or experts In 
North America to conduct the 
survey. . 


< «Hnlca 


Mnancial Newa . 
(•arden Notes . 
Radio Programs 
Sorts! 1 


Teievtslon 


Th«atre« 


jbe necessary. 






BEACH 


2 Batly ViclorU, B.C., Sob.. Nov. Z, 19SS 


C'ondmifHl fn>m I'bkc 1 
Th«' a)lri{*itonB were fiial 
iirouffhl in hjtht through lormer 
Padf’'* P''*— 55 <tv 1 w« book* 
keeper Charlt -i II. tvpr*flp|U, 
who IfMik numerous (Joouments 
Irom the Hie - ihe firm when 
tii> left Mi employ in March. 

Later as the Crowns chief 
wjtfu*f Kverificld fest»fie<l hla 
ity motive in taking the docu* 


tiie in\ing of the first kidlct- 
flipfU in November, 1957. 

Kaiiv this yi’iif tJiere wa.‘ a 
pieUmmaiy hearing which look 
more than a monii; jnd at whlvii 
Mugistiaie Ostai <hr commit 
li*d iho ii.rur-xl for tilal. Tlie 
trial tu'gan Mu> 1 , liul I;; . 
^oiMiH't lu loam i ^’cs a<lj--urn 


He finally mir'd ihat Ihe old 
ooiie and not the n«*w one 
under which the charges had 
been laid should prr\’ait be 
C4US ihc aliegod 'ollenc'e took 
place before April. 195.5. when 
Uie rww c(Mk bM^ine vlfective. 

iiikoU n m t 

A *•>101 of i_- chA.^ . : Invnlv 
ing ^<*>mnui« as a mmiitei of 
the Kovemment' which the old 
code d* •“ not ••*?vci were 
ihroA-n out as a result nf ihls 


bribery counts agamat Sommera 
and a like number against other 
accoaed for lack rd sufficient 
evidence. This reduced the 
L’rgwn's indictment to one count 
of consplrac>' and 19 of bribery. 

At the iarnr lime the lustlce 
denied blanket defence motion* 
for diaimaaal and for aeparaie 
trials on some counia. 


With C. E. Mortimore 


I 1 Is a comforiablo fcvlitig to sH inside and listen to tho 
^ wind. No doubt pr'ople have Us'ioenjoyint; lhat son.sa- 
lion ever since the flrsl builder sealed the muulh of his 
cave with a Ix'arskin and a rock. 

Psychologlsla are nkeptlcai 


i'he tiiai has heeii notable, 
too. for rechnicci ]>olnts of law 
r«i»eti. The defence battery 
usisl every avenue to inei*t the 


tor Dryer, whu was appuinied 


Few of them bo- 


memory, 

Ileve that you can draw upon 
your great grandfather me- 
morlef. They contend ih.ii you 
have to make your own me- 
mories 

However, aome feelings 

•eem to -*Mke an euftal 

echo, a.s though you remem- 
bered them fmm generations 
bark. 

Among the* are ihe =* 2 ht 
and sound of running water, 
cither In a atream or a lake. 
I haven't gone thirsty long 
enough or often enough to 
look on water aa a romfort* 
Ing sight, and yet 1 find lhat 


Personally, ] have never 
been slianded in a desert. I 
have no conaciouk memories 
of an earlter life in which I # 
wa.v. a fl>h. an otter, or an 

afieman living at Ihe edge of , . 

a primes al swamp. I’lrsl I .N. ShoM 

And yet these seems to be 

an enjoyment i.uuide the Viriona's internationally known 
tanf. of my ronscious es ^f>ung jialriter of '..’anadtaii v. del 
pt'rlence, In l»elng near water. , . „ . . j . 

1 .vm .lmo .1 b.l.ev.. tlut ihe 

feeling ia compounded from I Tuesday for New York and 
the accumulated thirst of a the opening of his first exhihl 
number of ancestors, who felt tjon in thesUnited .'Stales. On 
secure when they had built ... - , j, , , 

Their ewnp. ne.r . .Iretm or '■’■’K Il’Pl'y '» 

n lake. ^ paintings of wild birds and 


.Mrs. Nona Honiniern. wife 
i»r the former rsMnrt minis- 
ter. was at home here when 
the news rame through. 

*'l have nothing to say." 
she said. **1 have nhsolulely 
iiolhlng to say." 

Visitors were apparently 
at the Sommers' residen»'e 
at ' West tlbnl at Ihe lime, 
as well as Ihe Sommers' two 
children. 


by B^inner. to handle the, 
cr*rwm‘, case. 

TKCHMCAI. .MOVF>s 

Various technical le^al moves 
have seen the cewn ^ orltMnal 
indictment nf a single coH' 
spiracy count roil'd to six 
charge-, and then consoltdriiei 
to five Ldier n was aplM Into 
JT I h>'iri',< and then to .'IS 
l ounia. The tkdeui <- made much 
of this "Juggling' of charges 
1 by the crown. 

The number of chairge* wen- 
[reduced to 25 after Mr. Justtic 
*Wtlaon himseif rai.sed the point 
of whether the old or the new’ 
I’rlmlnul Code should apply. 


CHARLF.*; KVFR^FIKIX) 
... he started it all 


Gifts ^•T* forjthe^ 
S'.'NEW ARRIVAC 


where- he now run* his own 
accounting buslnru. He was 
assured there was nor and 
took the document* tuuih In 
d trunk. 

I.-itrr SlUKly ronlacted him 
in Lo- Angide and pul him in 
touch wnh forrAer LlbisI M 1 .A 


ment.s wf* that he "knew what 
•.vzr going on” and w.Tnted ddeu- 
menlary proof to led a “straight 
.story” if ever lallcsi upon to do 


.^kUiUt 


K-..-*field w.« on th»- witne* . 
sUnd for « i.-c..i-(l 11 diiya. Tlie 
i'.itteiy ol MX •••'l•'nce lawyei . 
branded him a ' *•, hi ;.-k- 
msitci ?* fbRAf • tif r!l|i-d i<* 
vti.% 1 . ■* him m ;v •“ory that 

jjid n'.”.*-;- p.«ld 


(IU> .sTKAVtllAT 

SKOWHKi.AN. Me. i jpii - 
The Iuik(*W(:od Theatic iicic 
which i* hilleil .a.f *'Ameiioa'- 
uiuner piavtiouse, ' iiimplfied 


THS FINIST SILVEftPLATi 


There i> ^ stmilsi feeliiig 

about being et-i ,i m a 
room v.hUe a storm \ '■ g 
outside. 

1 like staring out the win* 
dmv.ai people muffled m the 
ears, vvho are being blown 
along like papei bags in tlie 
Wind. 

I have jtisi ifi i-.,m 

the wind myself, .^nd v. rmed 
up. The room iz tolerably 
draught proof. The wmd ia 
nishlng prtsf the eaves wn:. 
those moans and whistles that 
bring to mind n,. ri 


leirph 


*Prom ises 
Prom ises 
Prom ises 


tlown A -...ill tree ' ide 

Ihe •.;;‘t1ow heoils io*ai! 
double 

-A”-! the people '-rk .‘t 

fl.i Wind with = hand.s 

to Ihrir hat.* They look 
miaerahlr As fnr myself. 
>'i- ■ d ■ *y behind f-u’i 
ills I feel emug. 
people are there: I'm here 
fn the same spirit, --me de- 
plorable inci=sror lifted i- 
edge of a - ‘ re tooth t 
skill draf>e ^ ! ersnned down 


xi I,:' -rn 

.imrd by Ihe defent^- h* 
of ■ .xeeUir.i to <!Ji,''.-edil 
-^1 ‘Tredit through 'he prose 


jtt. ■*r*''M‘f»n of the 
713 rd production. Tlie 
nn of 12 V - - • - bfi. 


Bl.At KMAIl. UKMKII 

He denied defenc-' »cr"; -itlons 
he tried to blackmail Ihe 
for 510.000 •'r -■ life pir’.rerahip 
in the Paciflr firm. 

■•'videnc- ^-^.''r-^.‘■ld 

first -nlted Viii-.*uvi. law 
yer Pa’. ld ^.turdy at •.;i w'.'ther 
fh.---:. wnuld be complu -lion* In 
lani:-;; t,‘,r documenif from the 
Paevrie f.s-- to !>:. Anp*-'*es. 


MFnr BON.M K 
If w-'. ^fier meel^g 
t»ihs.>n Kv-rsfi^td 3 nd 

conferred with AMomey 
Bonner in Victoria in 
December. 195 . 5 . The Attorn;:.' 
Ccn.-rai later •*. dered ‘ poj;.c 


HOH.YWOOD ari) — Mar 
ion Brando's production flrrr.. 
• ‘i^r.nebaker Piods. he* pur- 
r”--*’cd —ji'cn riehis lo Raoul 
-Sirrr-' Kir -.el. "C“t U 
V:. ' Bi ■ ■ ■ ir In the 

piriuH to be ma- in Paris. 


.NANAI.M<* Pi..f»ef ivr Ton 
servatlse leader fur BC’ . Deane 
Finlays* •. m * sjieet I; h.'re >r» 

teirUy - r Ren'Mt 

•'f rnikiuij promi 


invesn 


tOf» 

sn 
u M 


they ire sometimes lam- low iiee at 
pooned today. freenng ' dr, 


Chicago Gangsters'' in Control 


fellow human 
i liek»w. 


J K lAir SFT 
*4 00 


spent >n big;:*-* -■*.}' devefnpmeni 
in DC* in the next 10 year- 
•Touldn ! p- r:hly be . /.mwi A B ^* 
out." .Mr. KlnUvson told -n an ■VI 
nual moeilng nf the Nanalm*' * 

Riding Fcdt-i *1 pt" Asso< i*Hi" 

rA.NNOT M '^TAI.S , ^ 

"The proviniv • Mil not pn*. 

-Ihly sustain a SlOO 000 0(10 a 
year highways' program.' said' 
the ■ ■•inser-\atjv.- leader. 

He «id the guvernmeMi hail VAr-;X 
hudgetfed for " -rTly J27 00ti- B*' ^ 

ihS* year l•■'r highways up li.s - 

.\AMK rASriinATrs evening ' 

Mr Fin!ay*on urged I'Vi! rid *1''^^* „ 
Ings 5« ready randidates for a ,i ^ 
pruvinelal eleetinn by next June, ^ 

and ■•aid 'Tlie\ must be ready “ ' 

whether m ele* Uon n railed or |** ^*tt 
. lhat gar 

riiU - ♦ I 

Of fu.'rs elected Ihe meetinff ■ ■ 

.-r- .Ml’ El.-:;r:e Dobbvn. Dun The e|a 
rtui. president: Mr* H ArmI 
•haw Pitt ; layton and K-m *** 


Anger Intelleetuals 


Reds Commit 
Major Blander 


C'T* ih« n«w«M ‘ III* t%ri Wil . . . f tv* CtwMwA«4yl CSmm 

tfc* a*>M i 0 *r a*i.«n*tf >• v«* Ov ts**** »h* St* 

luitT* s*i W.«s feeky wi* lumiait t•l•r teky 

• hr** tti* f.t, tefiu^ik* cvi««t M* y«ll ‘ ASetak ' Nr* H*a»w«l 

k a*'*«o •4k SaM* aos r*<k i*t as tk.*« a‘«(«* w* i*(iva»s •• 

M>* 3 a.*(* Bahv S*l CaleHwl 0»i k«i*i. 

•T»*af or OMIIM ITO. 


As -)f now. vVashington auih- 
orin.' Judge that the whole af 
fair has done vre damage m 
.'vox.et prexij.cr* throughr...! Ihe 
■.v.~rM In .ifl<lmr.n in - — -itig 
M large se'^tion of the Intellc 
irnisia wiihin Ruf' "; 


Use Our Christmas 
Lay-Away Plan 


detjaie he .'».l lhat the 

government could” Increase r.tn 
tlngent liabilities * to the puint 
where operations viijuldn i pay.” 
BC. contingent llabiimes in- 
dude the Paufie preat Kastem 
Railway, the B.C. Power Com- 
mission and Jhe Toll Highways 
and Bridges Authority. The gov- 
ernment has guaranteed about 
$500,000,000 worth of contingent 
liabilitioe. asid by the premier 
to be "aelf liquidating ” 

R. O. Ney. of Oak Bay. a suh 
urb of Victoria, aald during la 
bnr resolution discussion he 
would "like to give control of 
Canadian unions back to the 
lank and file instead of the 
gangstera from Chicago.” 

He said employers in B C. 
were able to deal adequately 
with local union leaders, but 
"not with the Chicago gang 
sters ■■ 

NOT TIIK A.NHMKU 
Dan Campbell. MLA for C«> 
moj(, opposing a resolution aak- 
Ing for laboi ri.rtjjis, said he 
didn't think they were the end 
all for problems In labor rela- 
tioiu . . . nut the answer In 
every illspule.” 

Another MLA, Don .Smith 
I from Victoria, said moat pen 
pie at the convention "are not 


ern rapiial; in the -sftermath -ll 
Soviet persecution of the famnuil 
author. 

(.See other \lory — Page 8i. 

Authorities here aid the (rag 
mentary mformatlon far I 
available leaves no doubt that 
university circles and aome of 
Pasternak'S t'otleaguea in the 
writing profcs.sion have been 
badly shaken by the Commun- 
ist leadership's attack on htm^ 
KwXPKRTS' VIKH 

The Pasternak rs«e |< ic 
garded privately by officul ex ' 
pertj here as one of the worst 
blunders which the .Soviet lead- 
ership hax been guilty M In »ev ' 
eral years. 

Although it larks the scope, 
and* tragedy of Russia s handllne 
of the Hungarian antl-Com- 
munist revolt two years ago. < 
there la some tendency to com '' 
pare the two. In this case it Ls 
intellectual rather than polltlcal|< 
freedom which Is at lasiie. 


Sommers 

Controls 

Kmolions 


Community Presents tha New 

TROUSSEAU SET 


24-Piece Serxice for 4, only 


Set includes: 

Four 5 o’clock TVaspoo' 
K-»ur 

Foup Dessert Spoonn 


Four Fnrk.s 
Four Knives 
F'our Salad Forks 


( Ry ( (ilrmlsl Nia/f Rc(M»rterl 

VA.NCOrVKR Robert 
met* most publicized courtroom 
figure m BC ' history, main- 
tained hi* comfKnure and 
shownl Ititle sign of dismay last 
night when he was found guilty 
of conspiracy. 

He tr«*.k Ihe announcement In 
silence and kept his face from 
displaying emotion ax he was 
led away from 


Avallahte In any Community pattern: 

Ballad — Ijidy Hamilton Fouth Seas 
Evening Star — While Orchid 


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Most Popular 

VANCOHVT.R CP' Import 
hsifhach Paul Cameron . 
named the Bf’ Lion# most 
popular player in a vote r>t Van 
couver fan* M was annouricf'd 
duilng Saluiday night's WIFE 
game 

Fullback By Bailey w run 
ner up to Cameron, who has 
played ouialahding football for 
Liona out of the left halfback 
slot and also on defence. It was 
the fourth consecutive year that 
an Import hackXlelder hax won 
the most popular player award. 


crowded, 
courtroom by two RCTdP offi- 
cers <o remain in nistody until, 
Ihe trial rerommencea. M'vnday. 

More than IfK^ persons Jam- 
med the rourtroofh as the for- 
mer lands and foresi.s minister, 
dressed In a ir^y sujp and wear 
Ing a red He, stood up to hear 
the Jury's decision. 

Like the accused, others in Ihe 
court heard In silence the long 
awalie<l verdict ^n the long- 
drawn-out. o(t-delayrd trial. 

The three women in the T2- 
member tury wore pink rams 
Olid touches of 
tense courtroom 


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NEW YORK a’PI>-The pel 
In the home of Alfred Lunt and 
Lynn FonUnne it Lisa, a dachs- 
hund who la so sensMtve about 
her advancing years that Hie 
stars whisper Ihe age if they 
think she might be within ear- 
shot. However, since Liaa cxn t 
read, Ihere'r no need for caution, 
here. She'.s IX 


FAL1.BN IDOL 
HOLLY W(X>D turn — A 
tuper-market now stands on the 
former Hollywood site of Char- 
lie Chaplin’s motion picture stu- 
dio. which was a converted 
colonial mansion. 


riMLUWACK. BC. fCP'- 
Nsnatmo Clippers came Irom 
behind Saturday to He Chilli 
Wick Flamingos 7-7 In the first 
I.jinguBge Is believed to h8ve|Pariflc Coast Amateur Hockey 
originated with the Aziltan cul- lA>ague game played at the new 
lure of France in 15.(X)0 B.C. coliseum here. 


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By KICHAUn I. (iUA N 

OTTAWA irPl» — If you or I. nty-living types, were 
caupht tn a small hole almost one mile underground. In 


A iir M.v MHK* n>mn^. «na 

The jni« ‘»f A »-nAl miner I*- 

duly. M>riall\ menial, and 1^ would he the waihne that 

dan(;ean>iA Yi‘t they liave Mime would t*e the har*|p<.i lor >\ 

thing swK‘lngisi» would wish •dy dviMler dorinrs - Hut 

to see in more us eii\ dwell n«e njw-:=iH iIihi-I look at It that 

er»' a behel in 'lietr lellowi- w-a’. They know i*iat - 
The failh of .* minei m his Wheie. Il4lf a mile ni Um feet 
ti'ltow mine;-- !- aimi»-i nissii away. re.Mne men. led hy f 
ral. The bond ran be .in:l geimen. are workinj: fe\erlshlv 

felt. (( -^rlvr those ab/oe piiahinE aside to»k fwl luhhie, 

Uitnind to su|M'iluiinHn effort.^ slmriui: tip Ihe i<iof hseko 
in reach and free those trapped .'.w.;y nhsi.-.cles to push a paiti 
l«‘lnw. tn the anlijfht 

The unwiitteo never hinken The ?prthjr1iin rnlrT" ire e 
code n| miners - dial while leligious people. Rut not erper 

there is Iio|mv any hope. ies.*ui* ally so. Ttie union ttall. laiher 

opeialii... rnnlimic, Twice - ine halN. — 'hri 

mine official* had gueo o)i Thr-.v they cather 

hope.. Twice croups n| ifien ueie fco .::^n.:ce fi.i movies, for 
freed from the depths of the t -Ik vshilr Ibric wives meet «: 
shattered mine, rj.,- aiivii^rv 

SIT \MI W MT f"'' 0 '!esi moment fnt- a 

w hen 1:^- 


BRINGS NEW GROUPS 
NEW PRICES 


KnpaRed in an informal chat with 
Prinre Philip diirinu the Otfayya uorld 
branches confpronrp of ihr KnKlihh- 
Spraking I'nion are deirgarr* inrlud- 


ing Mis. H. C. Cowdr^' of 1203 Bnarh 
Dr«p. shown al far right. Printe is 
pirsidrnt of j^o English-Speaking 
rnion of ihf C*ommonv%'paJth. 


Mere are fanla'^tir redtirfions in smart, sivli.sh mats 
. . juM when 'ou need them. Top qtinUty Imported 
■’ :?rics in nt-i every -tyle. eoloi and si^ie. 


• t i<« I w h.»i ;.'ives I 
mmei (he enurafie f 
w ait 

In ilie No\/'!nt*«'r 
asier. when the 
i; d men w ■ i 


OMii' .er manhrn*- 

II - f rr--:n;.n. :... 

y 'hi ir vnunc pe.-: 

l>.y I o.i-i.. Krnm 


Of the wondot |io 
iK‘ -'yled % J i 


— Maurice Kiiddirk. one of 
*^ven men found alive yen- 


-• of wii.Tf r“" . .- 
• •• (i ■ Mrii ti appeU 
1-Cion Here .itf 
If November. I!T>6. 

•h Mve^ 

'rtiiy s'pe- 
li L-iis and 

" ~ in Ihe SH.*-fllted. 
ti-ued tunnel 
■■-I'iiitlly w-'?*''?-.jni; 
■ one hare 

mmei ti y me to ?hp among 
r« nf fir-^'-fi-men He would 
died in-«.iantlv 
•• diM.-crrman had h;- 

hjn:.t.-d hv Hp 

rht f.- tne -•orfHi'e and 
*d li. .sn amhulanre ur. 
i>M«* Coming if> Ju*t hef' 
anitiulariee doors wer. 

1 tie '(ruccled up. 

•vhf . vfMi lakint! m« 

*•« go hafk ■■ He died on 


1,-ondei 


Reaches 36 


ll^pW- lo-iNriiK he w'H4 


e*>al mine, is ihe falh. 
1? ehildren. 


noi t-' r .»..r i lo 
Wi- ComillC up ';i:{t I 
pher would ti.i.e .r..!; 
ho^piul 

A man und* . :;n .-iid 
loiifi and wrfirr !-. 
ri'H 'oi'- .d d.H\ i;v 

'lie |.H«.e*it.a» VViih 


SPP.tN'(;HILL. S > 'CPi • ' Ive 

The official death loU in the ’tirr 

SpnnghiU mine di>aMer r«ii»e " 

lo 36 vesiertlBv. ^ 

• ■■ .... .iin 

Thirty ei^hr men •.•'•:e -ml |„ 
listed as mi -ing hui |i vs.. . 
known some ,pf them are drad 
Removal of bod;- , wav xtu- • 

pended for kevera! hours while gasr u|i 
all elfiufs wetr dirpcte«i ai ago. Hu 
resciiuig the iaiesi ‘•■irvivons.. m earn 


a triple mi'— i« 
■y": ■ are <iM *-af 
speaker: Vicin 

ue i-apiain of me 
»r rr.:r.r; ; iiappe 
t'umheiland mi •• 


si*en 


The Mi year old miner hul 
a broken kc when rewue 
workers reached hnm lint 
his Irirredllde cmirace IiimI 
not deserted him. 


plomni. 


d hvine 'dt !'!' 'H'dv Ui 
but in the muie <U>r«iiis ir.rrr 
mariv other di-:u « i • i. 
”C man to hrcakinc point 
fheiii IS the pilch hl«i<Ki . • 
Fir ij> the smell of tsva . 
eie IS the rramfied condo*-'i- 
1 eoiiugh lo Walk of rve!; 
nd up -suaighl Ti-.eie . uit 
rv*lr* of iTH« >:r 

tut -et fhe miner . - sm 


"(five me a drink of water 
and ni siiix >oii a Ming." he 
(old Ills reM iiers. 


His children range in age 
frtiiii (HO weeks to 12 years 
and fmir of them are In 
hospital with poemnonia. 


Dfsfister 

Profiteers 


Oocasional 


?<-fne quoir- from siirVlvot s- 
ytinej Rvron Mariiir "I'.od 
must have saved I hi' Utile hole 


I TTKKM KMUl'irKH 
- A ; :."j*m’ shift IS four 

h' A man emerrr-.: utterly 
exhausted Mine offinak again 
vv.fiih;:;- (hr pilriead saw one 
man iu*f coming oul try to slip 
Ihe ranks of a team gome 
■‘You can t do twrr " 
Tt miner walked away, fear* 
m '-IS eyes. Only later did 
le-rm le had .already 
w !:ed iw.t srrsight shif's He 
wa* trying to make ii thiee In 
a row 

Anyone who ha- lived In 
• O" mining town will lell. The 
ml.ne*- helievr in one another 
They arr hiothri in danger, a 
psyrhologtsf might even rail it 
iovr. 


r ] u i n )u pa h Lheers 

T win sweep dreets hefor. W * » V>tllV,V1.0 

going hack to coal mtnir.fc " 

Rainey Marlin, whose I I 

42 yeai oid miner husband was I 1 1 f ^ |3 ^3 la O I* W I I f 

the firiu of fceven men brought 2 I V. 1 1 l.f Cl IV^ 1. T 1 0 1 C 

mif alive after nearly nine rlaw 

"I feel lust wj happy I rouldnl EniNBl’RflH 'CP* — Prime Ihroughout h^ whiilwmd ihree 
feel any better" Harney wav all Minister Oiefenhaker turned hour vight veemc iravelv. 
alone In a tiny prison of loek loiirisi yesterday to visit the The pnme mmkier - spirits 
and dehj j? when haie fared sights here, hut reminder* of wore ohviouf!y lifie,: w hm ^rw. 
mine: fust heard h!< tapping. I'anada kept cropping up waa relayed m him that another 

- seven coal miocr« had berr^ 
m m mm* lesfued nine d.avs me 

lun^ry bul J ok ins 

C' ^ The couiage of the men jiaid 


BUDGET GROUP 


hcatwin^ soUd hatdirnnj eomltuftton in a ’--'.ice of ivatnut 
Or li|lif fmtsh. /■icmntitahle vafur nt gi/Mimc. 


con KE TABLE with lower shelf. 4 p98 

Reg. ."517.50. Anniversary Sale I im 

K\l> T.^RLE in half-round style. ^98 

Reg. S0.05. Anniversary Sale...... I 

STEP T.^BLE, popular model. Q’*^ 

Reg. Sn.95-^ Anni\er^ar> Sale w 

.^lAGAZINE E.vn TABI.E, another useful 
style. Reg. S13.50. 4 ftOS 

.Anniversary Sale I U 

rOFEEE T.ABLE with glass top. a smart 
style. Reg. $21. .50. 4 

.Anniversarj- Sale .... I I 


There were handclaps, waves 
and calk nf greeiing^ friim 
pedestrians as he went to Kdi- 
bui£h^; key toim>:i ailiarlion«. 

Krtinhurgh t'.ivtie wilh it.v im 
pies.sive natimiat war memoiiHl, 
the vound of si. Hilev Cathertral and Hoi;.' 
Hik bodv Wiin rrvodhouse, the royal testfirnce 
hrnughi lo Ihe viirfare after the There were even a few vmall 

older vix were lewued KiiMgna waved along ih. 

mule 

Word lhal more vurvivorx had The ftiefenhaker* left h\ aii 


Conllniied from Page 1 
hrnughi out the night of the 
dkaater. 

imagining 

T3ie men were found nearly c;*ke 
a mile below ground, abnui .Ttm they 
feet from where the other 12 
were located They also told of 
(he .sudden hump and the eiash 
of rock and coal and the dust 
In th^ clogged tunnels. 

ATE COAL. BARK 

Their meager supply of food 
and water waa exhausted Mon 
day. They ate mal and bark 
from the shattered mine timbr; 

• round them. Their miners 
lamps went out after a few 

daya. 

As the senior among the six. 

Ruddirk acted as (heir leader 
Hr led them In snngv And tbev 
prayed. They were confident 
they would be .vaved. 

The first Ihlng the rioriors 
gave the seven waa a iiUle 
water, then hot coffee. 

Ql ART MHISKV I 

Al the hospital Pepperdlne 
told hk wife 


•andwUh he had brought Into day hef 
the pMs with him. 

•'They cut Up the sandwich, 
a birthday 
Patterson said. ‘Tlven 
sang 'Happy Biithrtay. 

Dear Garnet* and some hymns 
Then they prayed awhilr." 

msTANT r^HiGING 
A seventh mnn with the .six 
'tied the next day. ’tut a 


ARBORITE TOP GROUP. 


cfppca/fnjf Miidctn Orugn m ivo/nuf or DrsCfl 
5dn</ Mahogany. Vou7/ rmoy Mvmjv on ifi? * 

( OFFKK TABI.r. fOKKKH TABI K 

?i/e ISx.V Inc' !>arge 20x40 inches 

Anniversarv bale AnnIvervarv Sale 

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a S«in* Um*« 'aB*«r can 

aith •h«»iua)i OUtai Ui> 
r*4nu» th« III* 4( ratitum turt' 

X raN . ana ruJinar'i-r ii.XOan" 
Tl<««a a<r aairaira iraa' ' -n«^ 

rwi« iva'rn nut tnr *urc rm*. 

for (aniri nltarre nnn»r |t>>. . 
natnpi and a’ ranrr piui» one 
Iflh>» -»hn rallatl C.imMir an**n»" 
'hi nan a mm Kfinnl n'r ■ na 
traM a rnrrMpnndanr* <r ni 
mariatt »*0« fat n>« f-tr ahu: 
ran'Ulfd nt a ' tnntr ' anrf tnai* 
'-ci.iiln iSlla TS* n”*' had a 
•’rilnir and a fnil<>nfi . . :t' 

tarin (•'• W( Koalnru wn»n in» 
nnad nintirai ad<ir* itart aith rcwr 
(amilr sbvairita. 


Give me s quart " «ne r»es.- « 

of whisky, will vou?' drewed women extrs-s nf any fc 

naike told mine spokesman producers poiot ^ 

Patterson hr ohaerved his 2f»lh 9 true despile ci 

birthday Monday with one stale many reslncUoni on what uia in 
~ gals wear. 

Bornastar Uins i J'"’"' r' 

while, orange, pink, striped or 

Dcsnilc riiiini oihrn.,.. g' 


Hcret ISfli Ccofurji Elegance ai 
a /fof foir price. Cfioice of ptam 
or leather tops. 


MODERN GROUP 


DurahJe ^rborite Topi and hritM II 

tfim. in choice of t'olnul. limed ^ 

oal( er maheganp. Most altiaclive 
iiylmg. 

COFFEE TABLE, with lower shelf. 20x10 
inches in size, and specially 

priced at ‘ 

8TEP TABLF:, gleaming finish and smart 
style. pQOO 

Anniveniarj Sale value ... CO 

(’f)RNEK TARLf^ a really fine gift to give 
or gel. and the price is low 
at only 


rOFFKE TARl.K with tower 
shelf. 2nx40-tnch sixe Plain top. 
Annlvemary Sale, only 


•n >fn ' far oukini Tc* 

drwi'.M ih*n mnfdM U<» bnin 
IMUarn nr <f»in*n «r«4 wnrrainM 
■ niint.t Cnkt mart* n« 
n«i ontri'.rr- ^a<» |p lAa .-•'n- 
r >>Fri nr iralnad animata avarr 
us in Uw kra’n »a>a 
eali»rn Thera m<i*i na aotna -nrS 
ot n«> -:it ma^hanom iha* l»u 
uitndv thnnigh but binrk* 

nU'ar* 


CAMOEN. NJ. (AP* - Born 
•star withstood « foul claim to 
win the $58,900 Vineland lUmdi 
rap at Garden State Park Satur- 
day. 

.1. Graham BrownN five year- 
old virtually assurred herself of 
19.58 mare of the year honors 
w'ith an Impressive virtnry In 
Ihe classy field of fillies and 
mares. 

Jockey Ken Chureh booted the 
dark bay mare home at 1 50.3 
for the mile and an eighth. 
Ihiee-quartert of a length In 
front of <»eorge t>. Wideners 
Bare Treat, with Olumef 
Farm V A Glitter third and King 
Ranch's Dotted Line fourtlu 


(OFTKK TABI.r with lower 
shelf and featuring leather lop. 
Anniversary Bale 


BRArXIFl'L TIIIN<iS NEED NOT 
BE COSTLY 

Opend e n Hayh 

, ward’s for a com- 

' me means of every 


a "l.iN(ening" niiHnc ^leep 


0 r «n tna il«Uit 

A Yf 4 a iBMhvr ran «h'r — p,«- 
<rtallt tftwu ar tratOF »••• 

h*i •liw/'v ' «m •«•(*!> 
omcRSUv at iba ailshlaat •hunpar 
at Mr tKi cbtM Doatorii ar WaHrr 
K*m) Artnr InaUiuu ef SaaaaraJl 
aenSwriM as loiaraalint a«partmant 
shmc thaia Unaa Thar uaiaaa ran 


Via<»M*1 In U»mOAl MtSROR » 
ka*«rl - tarimti MHallfla stibIKs- 
IMM ana boa# ani HMaaMathr raflairt 
iha optnlan «t all Ssatan tba 
AUtaaata aaA taaatsiaal at AMaasa 
raaaMaa tba ahiD asA bea*l*At« 
klilab a«i* a sb«*trla« aaa applr bv 
SartanalU aM*aAIS( tba MUtsL 


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Pedestrian Malls 




I F Victoria ever rocs in for iin 

malls in the hear! of the city, as 
proposed In the Faustmnn rejK>rt some 
time ago and mentioned by other traffic 
experts since, It will not be breaking new 
ground. Projx>nents of the mall i<lea may 
l>e interested and ent'ouraged to know 
that Boston, Massachusetts, now ha.s one, 
and expects soon to have several. 

Recently officials tied a s>'ml)olii‘ rib- 
bon across one of Boston’s princi[tnl down- 
town streets to convert it into a shopping 
mall reserved for people travelling on 
foot. Far from n'sisting this exclusion' 
of all vehicles, merchants along the 
co-operated by hauling out potted trees, 
shrubs and flowering plants and festoont*d 
their huildlhgs with other decorations t<r 
give the stn^et a festive air. It was i-r- 
garded as a notable victory for the 
pedestrian over his adversarj’ the auto- 
mobile, and during the inaugurating cere- 


indny the remark w.i- made by a civic 
official that “the automobile has literally 
worn out ii.s welcome in the conge.sled 
cenlif: of big cities.” 

litj^ton's firvt mall- is nn exiKMlment. 
and if it pnwes sucLVS.sful the intention 
is lo extend the prohibition of all wheeled 
traffic to other sirf?ets in the heart of the 
city. This is a significant trend in the 
thinking of city planners, caused by the 
saturation of city streets with traffic 
which can barely move lxx*ause of 
own density. The mall plan is regarded 
by its projxment.s m particularly applic- 
able to older cltie.s with narrow streets 
which cannot l>e wddened to accommo<late 
Itxiay’s pressure of automobile traffic. 

■^e i>edestrian mall i-. of course, a 
novelty only in North America, but on 
this continent reverence for the auto- 
mobile has begun lo yield to (he dictates 
of necessity. 


Unsure and Afraid 


T he compulsion forced on Soviet writer 
Boris Pasternak to refuse the Nobel 
Prize for literature, after he had accepted 
it with gratitude, is fresh evidence of the 
domestic unsurene... of tli«. Communist 
regime. For alt of Its external military 
might and its 40 >ears’ tenure of power 
it fears criticism at home. It dare not 
let even it.^ best writers ref!t»ct unfavoc- 
ably on Soviet life. 

Any free country is glad when one of 
its citizens .w ins a Nobel prize, absorbing 
some of the honor to itself. In free coun- 
tries also books without number are 
printed which Condemn or criticize bfith 
the ruling authorities and specificrftspects 
of society. Mature nations take such 
things In their stride, or use them to 
better the conditions complained of. In 
spite of its physical growth and amazing 
industrial development, therefore. Soviet 
Rassia is un.sure. timid and afraid of iLs 
own people. It i.s this inability to accept 
home truths which in the end will prob- 


ably prove to N' the undoing of the Com- 
munist philosophy. Individual minds can- 
not ftc kept in n .strainl fore\er. 

An anomalouj aspt*ct of the foRxxl 
rej..iicni of the '.'=5”ature r - \ 

three other Russians have been awarded 
the Noliel physk - prize. Here acceptance 
l.s o.iRer and the Soviet slate is glad of 
the honor. Pn^sumably scientific achicxe- 
menttj are matters of fact and not of 
opinion and therefore cannot Ik* as.se.ssed 
on ideological lines. 

Rassia will not care what the rest of 
the world thinks of its pressure on Mr. 
Pasternak, but obviously the Soviet 
regime can*j» terribly lest his writings 
reach Rus.sian hands. His book has been 
published mftside Russia but It will not 
be available to the fellows of the man 
who svrote it. The wart.s of Communist 
society must Ik* hidden at all costs from 
the RiLsaian people. Herein quite patently 
lies the great weaknes’ of the present 
^viel regime. 


Dangerous Practices 


T he fortunate intervention of the 
police in the pre-Hallowecn period 
and during the celebration undoubtedly 
saved several youths from the conswiuence 
of their ow n folly. There can he no doubt 
that had the Halloween "bombs” made 
from abandoned rivnamite and cai>s. fused 
with inch-long strips for ignition, been 
used they would have blowm off the hands 
of whoever wielded them, if indeed the 
damage had stopjied there. To the warn- 
ing given to them later in a juvenile court 
there can he at least the useful reflection 
for them that they are all In one pi«»ce, 
and might very easily have been other- 
wi.se had their Halloween plans carried 
out. 

Another instance •of the sort just as 
far reaching in its possible consequences 
was the tracing of homemade "pistols.” 
contrived by using a rifle cartridge rase 
mounted on a short piece of wood as a 


barrel, a firecracker as the charge, and 
a small pebble as the pellet. These devices 
►were in use on a downtown street in one 
ln.stance on Halloween, and they thi'ew 
their pebbles with almost the forrt- of a 
.22 rifle bullet. There is such a thing 
as^ carrying even Ingenuity to e.xtrcmes. 
The homemade "pistols” constitute a fire- 
arm In the eyes of the law, and their ust*rs 
could l>e prosecuted. Once again the dif- 
ference between lifelong damage and a 
happy Halloween came to rest In the un- 
predictable element of luck. 

With such unbalanced exeoptinas, 
Halloween came and went much as it h.is 
always done. Community bonfire^ gave 
enjoyment to many youngsters in the 
right ti*adl!ifm of the dav. Countles.s 
youths stayed within the limits of what 
i.s permi.s.sible and harmles.s: while a 
vigilant police drive tempered damage 
that might have resulted but for that 
forethought. 


WhipjiinR the Wrong Boy 

The Workmen'i Compcnsalion A*n leaves 
much 10 be desired, it Is true. But in bUme 
Ihe shortcomings ol such legislation on those 
charged with administering the act U tolly. 

The present board has slated that they 
would welcome an Inquiiy Into the worklniis 
o( their department. We are confident sueti 
an investigation would simply point up 'he 
fact that the act la sadly outmoded 

Rather than wsatt^ their time with undue 
criticism of the three very able comml.ssioner . 
labor and pollUctans would do well to direct 
Ihelr outbursts against the proper aulhorttles. 
namely the government members who. ses- 
sion after session, vote down the amendments 
aimed at recUfylng the situation. 

— < Ol BTTVAt ABTit t 

OhU Bay Breakwater 
If the Turkey Head • Mary Todd Island 
breakwater Is Included in Ihe tP59 public 
works budget. U will he the culmination of 
efforts dating back, some say. since the muni- 
cipality of Oak Bay was formed 

There la one great flaw In the schema 
as we see It. According to the federal govern- 
ment sketch, the top of the breakwater would 
be only IS feet wide. The question arises; 
where are all the cars going lo park^ Pre- 
sumably the Turkey Head promontory Mw*lf 
would accommodate many of them, but noth- 
ing like the numbers of cars which will need 
accommodation It Is lo be trusted that our 
council have thia parking need In mind, 

-OAH SAT LEAnca 

School of Aviation 
EsUbUshment of a vocational training 
Khool In aviation at Patricia Bay has been 
advocated by provincial public works minister. 
W. N. Chant. Such a school would be operated 
on a joint basts by the provincial and federal 
governments. 

The aviation Industry through both the 
msmifarturihf aasMtclstlons and Ihe operating 
organlxations has long been pressing (he gov- 
arnment for the esUbUshment of some forpa 






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Thinking Aloud 

*•. . . of fhoes— and ships — and seal- 
ing wa.A of cabbages and Kingv** 
Bv TOSI T.aVI.OK 

A ,\':rHKR M 'Ip KU!:-P- -i TX 

J V : -..-u. : ...... 

dj ■ ^ -:i'J idjuicd »n tlie pi--- i-> 

di<q» their lo\ali»r 
IP “ *■: the la- ; 


J| Till-. ■ . . .»d ami 

j..-. . i-.M'e I 

I |h d r e I'j'. -e- 

• forth ('ansds has 

B 4^^ first -'laim on ih‘;r 

patrloiiwn. 

TV.r- „I 

idopllon mu-si Ite 

Ci.idual, however. NeWi.*omc: from 

Ei.:-rpr U l«-Ti)nd sch-.-.J 

b<iv sge wher. they iione hcio . i:;- 
not off iheir heri— -*■ 

Uiouph P -T- »n old N-;i 

Khoiiid the;.. 

If ar.;,'.i— i-n ! pi-.-*-! f:? the 

roi=i'fr\ of hi birth, 'iti thii« 
to - : ;-_iUli hU miod ovcmlghi ho 

1- •! -.l 1.- . ‘.V :.i ri4 Ihe Kmd ol pri in 
In which !.• r.». . ■'.miry may ' ih - 

]>Mde A new < inadian may cr.itc- 
fullv epi rttlT-?nship here but it is 
-4 'in.At human inKUnct to turn one s 
hack on one's native heath. 

Par' of tus ongin.il Vimr land will 
remf:ln with him for ever. 

This !- quite normal and Indeed 
ran '■•** heiplul to the lao.i of hi.? 
adoption. Newcomeis may and do add 
to the oliuri . t.f ('anadn. A* is 
manifest in Vioioria. als •. they may 
h'iMR new .ikin? fr-^h endeavors, 
lr.‘!;.»dual enie. ori-e and Ideas that 
caiuh -f -ommunily. 

Wh:!.- .sppl\ I.-.- liiese Ihe a- . ip 
tion of a I'anadian ouihxik i.« per- 
loice ^ matter of time. The menial 
transfer, also. licit of nc«e- tty to 
the aix|ul*-ii;-'m of the English 
language Not until they think in 
Kngllah will thr > bi*gin rean^ to feel 
Rt home. 

For nr-.v. i.meiw from Britain the 
adjustment . much easier Some of 
Ihf-' wrongfully think they have ar- 
rived In what I tijerely an extension 
of Britain, of (ourse, and have lo 
h-arn dlfft'rrriilN . • 

* * * 

But in any . - Ihe Brilhsh immi- 
grant helonf lo the '-ime totem *!S 
do Canadians. I^angua^e laws. 'pollM- 
.il sy*<em and Ihe basic ethos -d 
.society are similar In -.-mcepl if not 
precisely In every operative di’giee. 

In assuming his new loyalty, how- 
ever. he won t throw overboard his 
fnrmer leal any faster than Ihe new- 
comer fn*m Europe. Probably not 
quickly, in fac-t bccauHe he 
d'vsn’l have to undergo such dra.stic 
I hange of mind and perhaps never 
s.> . v)mf)lelely, 

He remains a British subjr- 1 and 
thus part of hU heritage t.« still valid. 

It IS a mistake to assume. hf*wcver. 
rt- some native born Canadian..; are 
apt to do, that hecaii.se a i nnadian 
hv adoption hug some fondii. " for 
hks native heath always to hl.« he.irt 
he IS thecehy letting ('.inada di.w-n. 

I’robably no one who hos not been 
an Immigrant ran fully under.stand 
the duality of sentiment that ran en- 
compass a porwm ancf yet not In- 
fringe on his alleglamT to (’anada. 
I have heard more expressiona of 
pride and love of Canada from the 
Mpa of Individuals who have elected 
to make ihl.s country their home than 
•Irom persons who were born In 
Canada 

Canadians by adoption may retalft 
links with Ihelr motherlands tlirough 
‘'icietlps, celebrations and events re- 
callihg their antecMlenls but Canada 
need never fear ^nr their whole- 
hearted support. One need only note 
their Instant reaction' lo any stran- 
ger's remark that helittlw this eoun- 
try to appriN'Iate their loyalty lo 
Canada 

The new Canadians of last week 
will come to that stage, without a 
doubt. They cannot be expected to 
reach It tomorrow, or In fact without 
mental wrench. TAcv are not chamel- 
eons hut human beings Jn whom ties 
of birth will linger on. 


of training unit B‘. ihi.s me^i.;, »iaf( would 
l)c readily availatilc to thr Industry. 'The 
training Is extensive and the standards are 
high In aircraft maintenance A school I* an 
e.ssentlal If these standard- are to be kept. 

The Sidney and North siaanirh Ch.imbcr 
of Commerce rould well take oction on lh« 
matter and press for the establishment of the 
school now and here. 

— Aiiisiv aftirw 

'Lift* for Cowichan Copjior 

In theee days of lower world commodity 
prices, especlaily baxe metals, the Cowichan 
Copper Company has surprised the mining 
fraternity wUH Its achievements Con.Utuctlon 
nf a $250, ono dock at Hatch Point. Cobble 
Hill. Is not the least among them. 

The company now hopes through Its un- 
expected windfall of a sudden price rise, even 
while Ihe ve.Mel csrrylng Ihe ore was steam- 
Inf acr«! . the Pacific to Japan, to be In s posi- 
tion to discharge a great portion of its financial 
obligations The .shipment may have a value ex- 
ceeding $1,000,000. 

After over 30 years It U surely a cau-^ 
for gratification once again to sec copper ore 
from the Cow'trh.*in sr»S m.rklng lf.s way lo the 
markets of the world. The former Tyee com- 
pagy on Mount Sicker was One of world's big- 
gest produi'ers shortly after the turn of the 
century. 

•^'OWICRAN i-LAora 

Buminj( Iskuph 

In Ihe Albernis we have fought over amsi- 
gamatlon. building of new city hall, expen- 
diture for hard surfacing, the rights of dogs 
to run at large, mall delivery and many other 
diversified subjeirts. 

Many burning Issues have long sinee been 
forgotten and Ihe rancor they caused has 
evaporated long since. Now In the midst of 
several similar disputes we look with pride on 
this local characteristic. It Is a healthy situa- 
tion wtien there Is Intarest rather than apathy 
In the affairs of the munictpaliiy. May burning 
lasues conUnua to bum In tha Albernla. 

•4tww emra w-s 


"ill b«t his wouldnt Utch hall « dollar, lat alono £220,000.'* 

Lpttor from l.nndon 

Linking the Commonwealth by Phone 


T we I iiad the modest 

di^t if;-. of making the IiMt 
telepiii.;. I'l" .*ser made between the 
I'liitcd Kingdom ^ — 
and British C'ohim *• 
bis hy submarine 
- ■’hie In the few 
minutr - I was faik- 

Ir.j; In the • "ir.iusl fj ^ 

it wt!» not difll- 
cult to appreciate 
that d new era i4 
c n m m u nications 
vv a 1 ojiening up. 

Th.- ronsersalion was a.s clear as 
many local telephone and a 

great deal cleamr than many nrdm- 
ar> dniance - 

Pm.- other day 1 call.-d in lo fmd 
our what the puhlie (eaciinn had been 
t.i the set-. Ur. which h? . n«»w he*'rf 
opei aline for 2T> mon'h? T'hc most 
lmpf»rtant i.-.*.tion pmhahK ttic 
df. in piim ;p:.- .lo esiahHAh a 

« 'oromnnweallh v. idr telephone cable 
“erv... That is * dlre«.'t (••-jIi of the 
su'xeKS of the Cansdlan •ervir'e. The 
cAblr wilt be extended from Vancou- 
\i-r Inland to Fiji. New Zealand nnd 
Australia, with the po..sibility of 
some ixlanrl extension.s. After that 
If will go from Au?tr?M- to Malaya. 
liirliB. (>>|on and South Africa snd 
from bouth Africa bai'. lo Britain. 
* * « 

.Some of us remember the wonder 
and •.rthualasm with which we 
taiKled the flr*t radio lelephotje r-ijn- 
\i ; Sometime<v they were 

}ii(od. at other Ume . ihf. were frus- 
iraiing iri the extreme. .Sometimes 
rin'iiiii were mi bad that communti a- 
lions had tn he aus|>endcd for hours 
■ "d »<imeiitnes days. T>*day It Is 
I'-’.Ally pov==ble to pick up your re- 
ceiver and be ronnec!e<l to a 
dian numbet- within s few minutes. 
The record 1 understand for a ^ub- 
■'•nber to be talking to a *'anadisn 
siih^rriber within ?k) seconds of ask- 
ing for the call Normally it takes 
m«|> a few minutes, with occasional 
peak 'icisy; of up to half an hour. 

When the ..-rvue opened the finan- 
• lal experts said that It would have 




By UK'H.^RI) t. THOMA.S 

to earn more than $11,000 a da*, if 
it we to be an .-.-.>nf»in« prop^' .ition. 
And ..;;!'.omic prop'“.:’inn means the 
pavsnent of all operating expenses 
and capital interest a.-nj depr*s-iation. 
To earn thi.s revenue the •'•rcijiis 
would have to be fully occupied for 
three hours a day. It was hoped that 
the telephone iible wuuid be paying 
its wsy within five years and earn- 
ing money within ten year.s The 
life of the, cable was estimaled at 20 
years. 

In fact the service was in a posi- 
tion (o pay dividends m Its first 
year of operation. At (he moment an 
average of , 40 calls are being 
made cadh month- -and vTry few of 
them are of three minutes' duiation. 
.Some nf th^fn are conference calls 
U Ting for half an hour or m-'Ce At 
pe.ik iiA-iods the business offering Is 
already too much (nr the cable des- 
pite a piece of engineerlni: wizardry 
which hi.s turned a cable designed 
for 27 circuiis into ■me capable of 
carrying 10 circuits. The channels to 
Canada have been doubled— from six 
to 12 — and Ihe United States they 
have bsen increa.sed from 21 to 27. 

• as 

The thousand call* a day are nearly 
double the estimated number of calis 
after two years of operation. They 
represent a threefold increase on Ihe 
number ol telephone conversations 
on the radio telephone- and are still 
going up. The revenue k suth that 
there Is every chance that the cap- 
ital cost will have been paid off out 
of earning? by the lime the second 
• !)le. now b«-ing made fnr Ihe Anglo- 
'.'anadian service, is ready for laying 
in 1961 Even the hardest headed gov- 
ernment accountant is convinced of 
the worth ol telephone cables as an 
Investment. 

The new Commonwealth network 
—which win start with s link from 
'VanLXiuver Island to New Zeslanil— 
will cost in all about $20U OOO.Ortl) 
and Involve about 30.000 mile* of 
cable The volume of traffic will be 
le«~ than on the Atlantic cable but 
the post office, t^ponsible for opera- 


‘•■■1 ■ it this end. re that so far 
they have only touched the fniig-- 
Social traffic -v^itable. r'alJ* whuh 
cost from $12 lo SIS lor a liiree- 
mlnutea' conversation are a luxury 
for Ihe ordinary • lii/en. rhe next 
stage IS likely to be a substantiil 
i«Kluctinn in charges for off peak 
tr.iffl>‘ to allow fgr much greater ust 
of the cable sim-mIIv. 

* * * 

There are diflicultie* in Ihe way. of 
course. t»\'aus*- of Ihe varying lime 
zones Off peak traffic in one part of 
the world will coincide with peak 
traffic In another part. As an 
example ih- only really "off peak” 
lime m hoMi Ihe l.'riMed Kingdom and 
British t’oliimhia -would start at 
about 2 a m. B<' time, which would 
he equrvclnit to ’* pm. in Biilain. 

The uliimaie solution wUl be the 
provision of extra facilities In Ihe 
mc.cr rongesti'd sectlorif -such as the 
Atlantic and a leU- t'oping of tunes 
to allow for at least s short period 
of mutually reasonsbie times for 
social calls. _ 

And Ihe cost? The decision will 
be an Inteni.iuona! one but on pres- 
ent indications a social call should 
he .in onomic proposition for about 
a dollar a minute; bot even that 
figure has its compileationa because 
it would create local anomalies. It 
could mean, for example, that a BC. 
resident could call London more 
cheaply than many parts of Canada. 

H IS exported, however, that tele- 
phone calls wiU be one of Ihe com- 
mndilivA likely to go .lown In pro'o 
all over Ihe world as the result of 
ever Inereaslng automation. Tn De- 
cember Britain starts^ on a sjttetn 
which aholLshes the threc-’minuie 
longlong-^ltstance call and suh.Ail- 
lutes a charge equivalent to 3c for 
12 .seronds over the maximum dis- 
tance which in these i.sianda involvea 
a circuit distance of more than a 
ihnu.sand miles. Even a three-minute 
call at Jhaf rate shows a cut of 
on e«U.sting charges. 


Time Capttulp . . . 


By a. E. JHortimoro Xhc PackSBCk 


Gold From the Charlottes 


T he Toknie governmenl fell and 
the IJberaln under T. Iluffertn 
I'stiullo swept in with a large ma- 
jority In the R.t . elei'tlon tA yemm 


«Said Mr. Pattullo: "The people 
have s|H)ken ... I am deeply grateful 
for the confidence expressed” 

Hitler bioke his silver pir^o'ntatlon 
hammer while laying the foundation 
siune of the new (german Houm 
of Art In Munich. The unlucky acci- 
dent caused dismay among some of 
the cmlonkers. 

Hallowi-cn pranksters tn rural On- 
tario who were pelting farm homes 
w'tth apples and rocks were answered 
with gunfire Irom two irate farmers. 
Five of the "youngsters " age* rang- 
ing from 15 to 31 were wounded. 

It'alloween fun in Victoria included 
a "Banshee Ball” at the Palais de 
Danse, children's fancy dress parties 
’ pul on by the WI’s of Lake Hill and 
Brentwood, and Master Francis 
Ernest Robinson's party. 

a * a 

D arkness fell on a parade 
through New Vork (hat had 
started at ]9 tn the morning. •Ml years 
ago. Sixty thousand men pasted In 
review before the grandstand in 
honor of preeldentlal candidate 
U'lllUm Howard Taft. 

The report did not n»ef»lk>n whether 
Mr. Taft stood at salute for the whole 
seven hou**. 

Suffragettes watching the parade 
from an upper window looked a flock 
of yellow balinons labelled "Votes for 
Women,** and a woman shouted 


through a megaphone: "You vote 

for us, and wt’II vote for Taft,” 
Marchers demanded that the police 
arrest the women, but they declined 
to art. 

"Mr. Bo«n.” said Taft In a speech, 
"has shown a rapacil% foe not recog- 
nizing a sound huxlness principle 
when he meets it In the .street. " 

Americans had (heir feellngii hurt 
in the Far F>.si. Pekin newspapers 
and officials failed lo take any notiio 
of the visit of the second squadron 
of the US. Navy to Amoy. 


P ROSPECTORS were ranging Ihe 
rountry lietween (ioldstream 
and Cowichan year* ago. .Many 
long quarts reef* were dianovered 
and (race* of both gold and Mlver. 

A violent night of gale and storm 
forced several parlies of prospectors 
to abandon their tents and flee to 
bare mountain slope*. The wind flung 
full-grown trees over with s noise 
like thunder, terrifying the men 
ramped in ihe intense darkness of 
the forest. 

Shareholder* In the Gold Harbor 
Company were pleaaed to learn (hat 
a quartz sample from (he company's 
Queen f’harlotte Islands mine had 
assayed at $45f) to the ton. 

The Uqlcm Hook and Ladder Com- 
pany of Victoria held their annual 
meeting and 're-elected William H. 
Thain as foreman. Frank Peireti. 
first assljuani. C. W. Wallace, trea- 
surer. and William Hanaon, aecre- 
tary. **A handsome eoUation" was 
served at the close of the meeting. 

— raoM cou>NUT ntss. 


of GREGORY CLARK 

I N a bookstore yesterday I was 
deeply shocked to discover a book 
done up In cellophane. There it was, 
a.s snugly confined 4 ^^— 

In the light glassy 

c o V e r I n g as a 
packet of cigar k 

It was a book j. ^ 
about golf, accord- , 
ing tn the title. 

Wondering if _ j 

this presaged a if . . i 

new era In book ^ *)d&. 

publishing, in which browsing 
through books would no longer he 
possible. I ashed a clerk about It. 

"Oh. .no," she said. "We did that 
one up in cellophane. There's an 
old genrienian came in every day 
and spent half an -hour reading that 
one book He was beglning to get it 
■oiled and shopworg. We asked him 
a dozen time.* if he wanted to buy 
It. Rut he didn't. 5>o we just locked 
ll up in cellophane." 

"Now Isn’t that mean!" I protested, 
.'ihe beckoned me tjvrr to another 
book sheM. Here were half a dozen 
copies nf a new and highly porno- 
graphic book that ’has received wido 
publicity in the newspapers and 
magazines. They were all done up 
in cellophane too. 

"We did these up." aaid Ihe clerk, 
*TjccMise so many creepy typeo— 
you know, those nice, nice people 
who wouldn't be found dead buying 
the book came in perhaps three 
or four limes, snd flipped hastily 
through the pages likMOng for tha 
dirty bits '* 

"Now irn't that mean!" 1 rw 
pealed. 



6«tl^ Calanifll ViclorU. B.C., Sua., Nov t, 1958 


We Live in an Age Without Heroes 


Bv AKI HI K M. 
MHlJCSlNOhK. -fR. 
(SmIiimIm.v Kv«<nl»( Ttioti 

Oiua la «fk niiv wiihuut 
ami. u tit'll we Miy 
lhit>, we kiiiliteiUy usilizp huw 
i«|HH.*iaouiMily the wurhl n<ii« 

CKdii^eU 111 ik seiierMliMii. 

Modi o( U.S yrcw u|i m a 
tuiut ul iuwiUiliii jM'iNonult* 
y»r tMMlei i» lot wolse. 
giertt men M>fnieU to Uutiii* 
imle liur ll\e« miiU '•hd)»e uut' 
desUii.v. 

la till' I'mii'il Slalf's we hdil 


a time fllneh from the uJtl- 
malct aiul yearn lor umle* 
nuMKliift' aecuniy, 

Ttie Secvjtirl World War was 
the rlimax ol an eiMXii of Iiv* 
ln« dani{pruusl>. Ii i* no kui- 
pi ISO that It prt'cipiialea a 
uiUviM >41 1'4‘vulKiorv- aKuiiau 
KiealMenK. The wdi |lm*|| tie- 
hii4»>(Mi llitlor finil MusMiltm. 
Aiui the diehlleils of >tr 
toi* wen* hardly lonsi'i lived. 

Afihr the war, Ihe Knttsh 
ivpudMtod L’hiiichllJ. and Hie 
AmeiU'diK «wnh the adopiion 


m.lnto CKir iKifn^nlzed ao- Is one whlrh aequiekvrs in the 

drift of history. Such ai'qui- 
escence U e«> and serlin live; 
the Brwdt appeal of fatalism, 
hniw'd Is its i\ refuRe fiom 
the tenor of reHjmiMitnlltv . 
Where 4-h«luil ui Mts'al ini'n 
hlsMonUy leiiiimla ua that m 
div'd;;;*!- . «n make a differ 

eiiit* iva/»suii- 

that ihi’v ean't. 

It theiehv bjcti,-c"s onr weak- 
nesfi Hiid exiwmales mir fail- 
ure. Kaiahsm. hi Su ls.«i.iu 
Beilip'^ phl.ise, N "nlie of the 


Let us not he complacent 
about our »upi>oiied capacity 
to gel along without great 
men If our a»aiofy has Inti 
Its wi.sh ’ fur herons and Its 
rtbihiv to pruiluve them. It 
nia\ w»*ll tuin out to haveiost 
cvci-> thing pIm* as well. 


'Phoney Garbage 


A powerful school 
of philnsophera has denied 
any lin[H>nam-e at all to gieat 
men. Such thinkeix letcet 
heieos ditldish hMiicover 
from the day* when man as- 
rnb**d evei>ihing to the 
at-iion of gods ihstory, thiy 
Hsseii. is nni made hy nu*ii. 
hut l»y inrviralile hmes or 
h I e\ rw-ahle law s. 

Tills view of hi.sloiy Is a 
foim of fatalism- detcrmln- 


In Ihe roloinst of Wedneaday. Ucf J!) I note ihaT a .Mr. 
lUriy Kendall of Pori AIImwijI lead or maih* a sia'nnent 
befoic council Implying ihai d ‘splinter giouji o» the 
Amertrart Medical Associahon hdd <‘'»iKh‘mncd fluoridation. 

Till* 1.4 enlliely false. I have a ropy id ihe lesolutlnii 
In ffuestion and the v.oisl lluoi illation u« not even meniionisl!, 
1 altio have a copy o/ « leiier from iheir serfeintv staling 
that the Mss<^clali^ln tr,- newt taken any tiand --ainsi 
lluoridaiion. alihciugh they wen* picss.-d In ilo so. 

.Ml Kendall should check hl.v Infoimatlon «ouii-es and 
atop believing and giving publicity to the phoney garluee 


VVil.son, ^'laiikllh kount'veit. 


oos»-ve t. In due cnuistv ihe 


get II Utf, and it stinks 


^'lClH•h repuillaled f>e (laulle 
'they later lepenied but it 
look the thie.tt of civil war to 
bung him back I : the ChineM*. 
fhiang KaUbeh; and Ihe 
Kussians. <ialin. 


The Ameiicaii A>stn-iatlnri of Physlcuns and Suic*s«ns 
Is alh'gedly livOiMi vinjug On the oihni hand the Ameiuan 
Medical As-.-. js lor fluoridation and tl has .ivi*i*wi" 
OlXt niembri-? 

Apparentlv Mr Kendall was as.soi-iat«'il v»;:|| Aid, 
Ilamillon in Ihe iMCoue.-» siaiemeid in fi.iiiii'il, I ihink tlml 
h'Uh genileinro '-.dil make .*jw»loi*;T .Neuhe. Mp. Ilam* 
IPnn nor Ml Kendall lias- r- c *lighirsi un>iiirn-;«iMn m ajicak 
on denial health mallei r.. 

nn I* w ARKLK. 

Regional Denial Considianl. 
t-’eniial V^mr.uvcr I.sinnd He<i|ih < rn>rv. Nanaimo. 

IsJund Mine Disaster 

I am much smpri-sed, nelilier of the h*c«l - men- 
tioned ihp «iial mine explosion m f!xi<-os-ion. 12 m:t. . (|••llll 
of T..advsmiih Tlicie wen* .H3 ijien losf in that c’tsa*.*- i 
know vvhal it me.oii in have wo'id brought nie that it 
ihough! liad . capod in an.-.}|,f, direction. Th- oceiiu’ed 

Oct. 9. 1909. 

MILSi KOim Ml'SORK....: 

ft.17 MeieUiud llpad. 


in (•rcui biiiatn, Ihci:- were 
Uuyd (e-utge <tnd WlUetun 
I'liuicliili. Jn ulher landx. 
tlretp well' Lenin. Sialin. Hii- 
icr, Muwilini, ClemeiKPau, 
tiaiidlii, KenuL ^ufi Yai sen. 

tmtsiiie of |H>lUK Iheiv 
weic Km^lciii l-'ieud, Keynes, 


K.iialisis differ greailv 
ammig lliemselves Rut. how 
ever much they differ, they 
unite in the conclusion that 
the individual [>Uv> im i- 
nf his f)wn Jn hKhuy. || thev 
are light, then noihing cmihl 
midii'r less whether m* nra 
this I-: an age vviihnui heieos. 

But tliev me not right, ihe 
plulosnphy nl historlial fatal- 
lam rests «>n --erinus |.il!.»i !i*s 

Clnsii men eiiHhle us lo ri.s4* 
to 4iur own hlglu'st prUcnHal- 
hies Thev netvc Icsm'i- men 
tu disiegant the vvoild and 
trust to then own d«H*p«*s| m. 
»lin< I, 


Khiiishi-liev. iM toppling 
Stalin from his piNtrstal pro- 
noum'Pd ihc geneial verdu*i 
agaiioi Ihe Unonminnn man; 
Ihe modem world, he said, 
had no iiw» for Ihe “cult of 
the individual.” 

•\o pi.m Is Infallible and 
every mail needs to lie ji». 
nuiided of liuh on (Kxasion. 
Still, our age ha.s gnnh further 
than this ii iih|iH*u not jusi 
In heto worship hur lo heroes 
The f emury of the commua 
man tiuj< ettme into its own. 

This term, “common num ” 
siiggeat^ Ihe deeper ^mh 
lem . . One mu.si nyCer for 


It a *«) simple. Jiisl nil in theenufeto 
IipIoh ami mail wiili your firal 
dc|»o*it. %c'l) iveod yon pas* book 
— rhrrjue b«a'k with bolder— and 
aluui|M‘d« adiircM«d auvelupa lot 
eat b iiidiliiig. 

3 '/ 2 * paid on 
Saviiifis ,\c(M)unts 

Interest atarta the Hay you «>peii 
yourarrounl. .\n«I yoiiraavinga 
wiU grow faaler at intere»| 

— lbehighe«t rale paid by ^atioual 
Truat io 23 years. 

*t3a BiiBiinam (utf.Ttwrlr baUstaw 


.Smne t»[ IIicm' gicai men 
inllt‘!V.i <M the vvoiiii foi gouti, 
ulhtTs for evil; hut, whether 
for ^ood ui for evil, Ihe tiict 
that each had tiol died at 
birth made a difh'iciu-c. one 
h«‘licvcd, to ev'uivoue whu 
lived afirr them. 

Tmtay no one Ivcsindes our 
nanow world like a coJuhsus; 
we hav'i* fm gianis . . . Tliete 
aie .i J<‘vv tigme- on the 
inaigin o| iiniqueoe-.s, pei . 
|.=j— Adeiid uci. .Nehru. 1*ilo, 
r>e (iauKe. CKtang Kill shek. 

Lio Ts 4- tuug. Bui then- scem 
to Im' none in the «>{m' siyte of 
those mighty figur»‘s kI mir 
iiH-ent (Msi whu seized lus- 
I... . with Iwvth hands and 
, It an impi'im. even a <|i- 


An age without great men 


James Bay Hotel 
Confirms Rumour 


Correvtion 


Ii v< 1* tn fjvarilse in TH>el and not 
Bngadlei<GeheiAi H Rli-hmond flale I'MtJ. 
e.xpedilion to build a Harle pe- ' in 1912. 

] w»mlfl like lo of|i'-i an ipoli>gy In h; 
Used fhis nHsirifiiiniMrton itt nu .uncle « 
published m your papri on Ck-i. ;«t 


Many of our satiH(li><t diners 
wisit to conflrin tht' niiiHiur 
that the bi*st steaks in town 
are s«'r\ed In the (olonlal 
Ihniiig Room. 


K(K).SKVKLT 


might not have had. 


Full mtirse Dinner ?1.K5 
- Mglitiv .1 p.ni. • 9 p.m. 

I.l N( H lUn.V 
|!! Nftnii . 1 (I m. 

Ample Parking 
KV \ 7I.M 

270 riuvemmenl Street 


Modem detnocia-.y inad 
veitenily gave envy new 
s>‘lpe. While the pun>nse of 
demranacy was lo give every- 
one a lair chaiue to use iiv 


401 Coiisiant. Avimne 


f’.. -nleiii, wuh 
t qualities hev 
-- rxiihnily le- 
\ drsji e to impn- * 


own 


A ore /or Art ion 

■ • ^ K. Mmlimf -- •,v=-i.'!. h.:,; 

h/> Voii.fiist H fine a p:r;.- oj mpa'c,-. 

tiiig . a • lt.^} TP I have ever — ...;.-d 

in-i Ii |s In •;? hoc^d n.ime aiiin,i on the pait 
ih that be will foliitw it up bv -Mve jk. 


Mjcmdl.' Kliiushch;". and 
fli-'i!-:!!- have mrasuiahly 
die gr.tviiy than 
their pi e.|«- - s 

V\nv have ii-t ”- vanUhrd 
from - v midsi** 

'.I'hy «houl<t onr age not 
only be vtHhmit .-rent men 
hut even siN*m aclivelv hostile 
to ihem? Surely one reason 
we ln\»‘ o lew herrtes now 
Is pi ■•i-i.sely tliat we had s<) 
manv a gt'iieiation ago. 
fliesibrs* Is bant for com- 
mon liumamiy to tMor. 

A Wiiiltl of heriH-. keeps 
iMvjpie from hvi^ig iheit own 


men to Invoke ‘eqviality” .vs 
.vfi evuw <.f keeping all d(*wii 
to their own level. 

Where rloes the great man 


j >jlional Tru^t CompanVs 727 Fort Si.. Vicioria 

j I.fn-iiwed t* a deposit of | ' 

I oj*rn a baviB*« \i i'ntint in mv name and mai 

I my paM-lMMik. cbequr-book wilb boldrf, etc. 

I J Mf. 

j Aoma Q 


h'LLK.N MORG 


B.C. FI.KCTRIC I.KiHT AND TKI.KPIIONK 
BILL.S PAYABI.K AT BOTH I'l.ACtS 

McCall Davev Drue Co. 

tt«* Ovatlt*. opp CHv Hsll 

fv i-jMi at IV ;.aaia 

Shelbourne Drue Store 

Cars*. HHUia* as* ShPibasra* 
rfeas* rv 4-B«aa 


-fi Peniberion Ro,id Vn-r..t '^ B i. 


i/iscininwr 

The Patiu-K O Harr oieonortod In .-r.nnpr*:' 
bee rnuit case Ust w.»ek i4..not Patnek O'llai* 
OHara. 117 Menzics .Stieer. 


tfllaVla 

CrfMriailaa 

■•r*l(* 


Addrtr 


JA( K OHARA 


AS-sai 


Moi cover, gteat men live 
rlangeriuj.sjy They iniiiidui.-e 
extreme*: h?tn existestcc cx 
lit of gonij exliemev of 

evil ;j:sd ordinary men after 


H.\KMKI.I Kngiand — IhKa-oiihf only hapiwii in l.ng- 
land. Keieiitlv a MiMkage iMtiirred in the radiiMctive 
ifiainage systi'au at (he Harw«'ll atomic poergy Iwltoraiorv. 
.All w«*rk was sloppetl. f.niplo.vers were order pva«iial«‘d. 
S|u«rlal leAiiis Imestig.itci Hie (rouble. Ibe drains were 
hhM-ked all rlghl. With tea leaves: 


ASTHMA MUCUS 
LOOSENED 


tSorth inivriratt Mai% 


with N«w Wond«r*Worh«r 

TOkOhTO— Than.* t* nrs 
.rieii.ric ua*.«i«nr l4-ai.:a<ian- utva«- 
Mndv at eliUarcs «• **l! a. adult* nav 
a«oi4 nurh M'rr* snaatiot. 
iau..n*. aUficm br**tn.;.t. cauahini 
a-id aa-isc raruMUit tUarv* 

Bf >tonrti.a> A.inn* liar Tr^rr an* 

B-nrfnii-.i *r •akint a*s l(o»r4v*4. r*il 

Wa-i‘n« VIB.KDAOO Tba firii dA»a 
.'•ria rsatbaiinc ailrrtr r«(Bi 

!ub*B asd raatia** thicii. rtwU 
.r.a x-: u« I'oaa trwtrh-*; and aaaal »« ■ 
»s«r. Whart i:-. cas fer*«tn* frrrr. ros 
*>rrp •e>4nd*’ Or; »!' saat **•.»! 
r.a; l.«aara<a'r T*»i*d »r4 0*tnfir4 
uetDAtXl f(M dtuct'M tod«r siin^ut 
Bi*«ri>pt<an a*« daw t*t> ras 


Br KKNNKTH WflOP 
la a aa' taW «s arrhav^-vur* *( a C.'. 

. . . V'ancouvci. hk.*' wv many 
ciile-s of the Amerii'an con- 
’ilnonl. UI tyrannued by ihe 
auiomobile with motels, tin '. 
In hank*, cinemas, re'iauiantc. 
ami aervice xtores. One wdiks 
from necr-. !iy an<| noi fioin 
ChoK*e: the pcsic-tjian get-! 

short shiift. pubitc trans|>ni'i 
i minimal ami Uic bicycle 
hardly exisi* 

The Mgiilly planned grid- 
Irun of roads ^csreely elate* 
to the mmlcir. plarinnig con- 
erpu of sepaiahon of vehicle 
aod (ledestrian. and IraJtic as 
awiftly clogging ihe aitenes 
ol ihe cuies and « •sidrn'!;:| 
areas, with all the dcpiotahle 
elfeci* firtm which lur own 
big towns arc -now •nfferlnc. 

Deapiie one or iwn moi-e 
•mhlltmis schemes town plwn- 
nmg remains erribryonle and 
most development afpciir ’o 
hr plannc'l only loi tin im- 
niedlale futute. 

Tlieie iH vMll a strong ele- 
mcnl of the old pioneeniig 
s|iutt ol -vtuandcr and move' 
In Ihe Noith Ameiican muhe- 
up. and this logethei with .i 
swiftly lifting standHi'd of liv- 
ing which treat- iiorr 
luwnx. and land alike h 
(M udHiile product . cH'-tt: 
Insatiable demand foi 
houses. 

Both the estates of the 
spe<‘uUUwa 'luali” huiidius 
and Ihe aichltrdutal onenlf* 
aie unable to keep pace w-lth 
the demand, and with high 
labor (xisis the »olution 'or 
many is the self built house 

This is often imafinattvely 
designed by a student airhi- 
led. and eieded w»th only 
the help of the occMstonal 
wiirman or other specialist 
tradcHmait. 

It is matle chsici- hy tiie al- 
most universal u.*-e of pie- 
siu facer] iimlwr: that is tun 
hei which has been plantHl t 
the mill and then is delivered 
to the site dead to size. 


This IV easier and safer to 
I'HiKfle than the rough v-n 
ca*ci-^|ng iimitci to whicti we 
'le accusiomeit tn this conn- 
l<v It also pci,';,.;- an ac- 
c\i:-=cy of site cat|M*mry and 
a HIM-Cfl of erection. 

A house of l.'sk) sqila'ie feel 
C/in bi» .completed HI six *'■ 
cigiit w-c-cks with the c- --.il 
'df Use of eleciri*- puwei 
•tools. 

This is closrij lie<l lo Br 
fH-onomie* of housi-' ff>ii>iiu- 
lion whole the high 
rates ^nd relailvely low cost 
and abundance of li<e mateual 
-I the paMorn of building. 

This piesKiite of new- hoii-< 
ing and tlip demand of each lo 
his owi) lot lead.s to wide- 
•sproad land .sper-iilation, forc- 
ing up Hie costs ol ilot*. 
while the lasb nf eommule 
owner! bungalows i aces up 1fi<- 
hilKides. and hultdo/er* -.tiip 
whole ai>M>. and topple ihe 
gl-ifd Hrs with =”-kening 
s|e'e»l 

Meanw title, the inner re.«;i- 
dcnii.t] AiCft' continue to '-lip 
dowrihiil, and the once e|e- 
gtiiil and elahnratelv finished 
thus* or lourstnrey liml>er 
apHi inu’!’.?'; tKH-ome dingy 
iimming houM's. . . . 


GANDHI 


the way ' 

you did f * ( 

BEFORE 
you lost r 

Only Ihe amazing new Acousticon, 3D Stereophonic 
Heofing Aid, sctenhficolly corrects the hearing of both 
your ears, to give you heoring the way noture intended. 
This is why millions of the hard of hearing will be oble 
to hear ogam, oi noturolly os they once did, before the> 
lost their heoring. 

And with conceo/menf never before possible/ 

KiPW 

I^CiYW TIME ONLY 

Now at the Lowest Price — 
the New Acousticon 
Eyeglass Hearing Aid 


Sndfienly the aeafton open.'i . . . there's exrite- 
ment in the air , . . gay otva.sions ahead . . . the 
Police Ball for one lo open the bright list of 
event.s. Hero, at Fiddy s, on the upper floor i& a 
rollwtion of delightful dresses in breathtaking 
array. In taffela.s, nylon, tulle, net and satin, 
they are presentr'd in a fa-seinating display of 
styles. .Some .strapless, .some with dainty malrh* 
ing jackets, some with liouffant skirts. Tliey're 
as sophisticated, a.s smart a.s you ever droarntNl 
you’d be. 






HEANEY 


NEW LOW 
PRICE OF 


PHO.VF: KV 2-1281 


Al l Now nr Call or Write for Full lnf<vnuatk»a 


Pay Nothing Down When You 
Use Your 


IF VOl? CANT 
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I r.r(« 4 Oiead 
0( 4.ai 


l^iiJomEn 

CHILDREn 

....“and IDEn" 


PLAN-A-COUNT 


Alt I twdlUMI** 

tit tad HtVB 

•MllRir TO RrMKSIBKR'* 
Fealurlnt 
JOHN in NRAR 

wMk •la*!** HartiN 


Vraaatlca* pt tialarla 
1«a %aU*. VMarl*. a €. 
riaat* «*nd ■»••* t«l» , 
Aaavii.ran • Na , 

Hp %PpC HatKU*^ 


ACOUSTICON 


4'avs%^< 

• It aZ> 
**••*? 
4la* CaOA 


on, over 
and tinder 
Douglas 


No Inlei’est or cxtra.i ... it eosla no more to 
u.se thU easy pUm. 


VICTORIA 


Butte lai— 71.5 Vatc« SI 
THephnne E\ 24*24 



\utioiiul 

i 

7?7 Fori Stroot 

1\... * 

A.M.Oswold 


1 

coMrANr iiMirio 

Mottogpr 









RITHET 


6 Daiiti (Colnniiit VlctorU. B.C., S«a., No?. 2. 19SS 


)riso Uuhby 


A ullior 


«giU h« wa« to Waso thr 

Sovtol I'nlnn to ot't'rpi tlw priie 
m Sicu'kholro or to iMay oMny 
JorevtT 


party ami the soviet govern 
mtmt. Up refeni'U to the df* 
maml? ot -iviet youth Iroder 
V' K I'emtihaiiny th-*t hr'^M 
• iiit uX<Ku.*<vis. 

“'rhi* u Impooslhli* /or me. " 
_ld Pasternak. "I am bound 


i-onip oqiilpiM^I ullh II llrarat 
I a •■(iltMrrfl iiParl. 


Tita «aid ihp rentral 
t***' <•/ itie ■ '••mntunist party told 
the noted poiM _.i1 novelist he 
wj!‘. tree to leave the ' .let 
lorevar if h** wantetl. 


T.1- . theie '’wni be no 

•bjeetloti* aualr.vt ^ratiftnu hu.. 
^u<h an exit v,: ..'* and adilM: 
“If P.J.xtema;: whmL<i to It.ive 


onier 


Piynioutli Fi 


srubflhly I •.Jiuint Jmajfim* m> ^oda' 

■j't’tni if apart fi«*n RtKsia and he «l 

e <<»vu*t ovitaUli* her 'onip 

•d a «k' "With mv hand on mv heart, the 
I have done aomethnu- for ttinile 
Sov iet literature and I rriay >til) an\ v 
amt O'* "“'fi'i H " ‘ H« 


"NV'h.'itevei m> 

en mny !^... J'avter 

nak wnoe to :.!;ru‘fn !■••'. I T»«* dr 
r»»ul(l .. I Imatflnr that I w-:-uld Idler wii 
find myxejf •>> llie mnisi of -u» h statement 
a politn 3l oampaiffn whirh has 
been fanned under trr. name In 
the West. 

“To If*' l*eynml the froniei- 
<•/ *ny motherland t:-. equal *•• 
death and therefore I hr-- - 
not lo take ih:.s extreme inca^ 
ure towards me ' 
r'.is|pi"ik. 67 been undn 
he4\_. file ii.'T he \v*)n iio- 
Nobel prlre f«)r llierature tw-- 
kveek* ' for hlx ni>vel •‘DniMur 
Th# award v. as 


1*10 ifiuch flexibility 


Tlie l‘t:.'l Plymouth is .. 
of somi* distimiinn f==»ppeiolly 
•iotable for If ^'~**l hnndllnft 
and solid r-: d hnldmi'. i* 

nothinjr new for I’lyinouth 
which In llie jiasi few years ha; 
xticaked up from ‘ rt of work 
hotjo* li'imelinesx to way out 
styling and hot performanre. 


• he Plym-mihx ha 
harply this 
*n th«‘y 

T, more 


Mild the imnra 
».'ivc ■ ol a mu* li vh«»> '< 

•'mp.in II lest y* 

Most of thir efff*ci sterns 
ft..,., -'•« lipp, .1 ..ff tail fmx. 
I!'“ quit.: p.rrf, ^-n ami 


Solution Balnncvd Divt 


mchow 


BORIS PA.'^TFRNAK 
. . plea to KhruahcJtev 


if better than U-- -.i ; twu 

\ 4 H 

In the =.tmp..:. for die .."vm' 
I ; bii* murk.;, piy. 

mouth • - HijonL* cntr\-. It a 


Th.- two models I put through 
a workout were at either r: '• 
of the Plyfn()uth line- a Kury 
kS lw,.-dm>r h.irdlnp a 

lVO\ V. itn S;*- V 'I 

■■ngine nrid manual ii • 


(»el U<K>k i;!:; 

« ■ • ■ ' • oei 

>ia > at lean “ ^ 


political man 


iijned to embarra 


imnn 


IIIK HAdI K I.AI‘»— A 
Dutch puhllsliinc firm has 
admitted printing copies itf 
Boris Paslrmak'? DnetiNT 
/hlvBgo in Russian and an 
llaMaii piihlislier elalma 
I.fiMi I'opies real bed Russia 
after distrihution by the 
\atk-on infurmalion servli^ 
at the Rrussela UorkI Fair. 

The publisher, (Ran (dan- 
< omo FrltrinelH. railed the 
Dutch prinllnc an Infringe- 
ment nf his ilalmetl world 
pithllshing rights to the 
{took, haniird in Russia. 


the 

i Albeml 
f-iture.1 
.d - tho 
-Inc-. Tht? 
n -1 ■ the 


rofuT-i ning tl 
tiuxed up tl 


m*;.-- m, — ".armed in ihr S.n*. 

t'nion Pa.siernak h - been »■ 
pi';:?d Irum Writer 

union and der-our t 
'traitor" These _i .ha\r'..\ 
demands he be sinpiieit of h 
citi-enahip and expi'lled. 

Ta : tald Poaternak nt 

letter to Khrw”' !i.'v adnntrm 
"mistake* and rrr-.: • ni 


hillclirr. 


up - 

sponsion r.;.r| 
r.m p;;tr.! 

■1 19*.n, ihe y 


leached 


. ; . „ z 4rul 
dtsapp. . : 
Brniah hl. 


Is suffered terribly from 
■ -se known = ; - • \ . 

a horrible and often 


(lomerlilile Brim 
Newest ill Hals 


f .A. Car Styles 
I or Export 
Rapped at Home 


the average aailor for a n 
hfe at 

Somew'hfrr tiong the hoe 
- notKcd that ", i\en ih. 


Vmon. Me noted “r'j ‘..* 

had reiei ted •>•■■ ;w-ard whten he 
.->1 t^iiifllly r iv-pt?d. 


.V! ADI: ID D..icno of 

Pfllma <le .Ma!!.... has ir.-.rttci 
a h.ii With «-oiuprtibie hrim 


I r.-« all being mucii 
wii', I-,,- firM Fury, 
many of ihe chaiairr.-. 

.. -rfl ^puels . -- ; ,(1 I 


On the Kceord 


'pr:”;-h ).i . With simple tm- 
• ’ the h.H brim .•«'< be m- 

crrav:-d lo ariv prac'scxhie 
to iirirvl.h' shade from 

ihe hot sun’ rays A eane .v- 
larliment ..inru" with the hat 
sn that it . als • be converted 
mio an umbrella (or two In 
i-Rse o*f rain 


I .irned tiiat it;e - -di 
inent in fruit and ftesh 
t.!’ ‘ Is 

Vitamin C, Ti-- *-s -::u 
useful in the heah'' 
uou ‘ the building 
5...;.i's and f|tr i!.,* 
healtii of .,7wu- 


p:- :ent Fury carries nn in the 
amp way. (in one p-irtirular 
p.* . - of awful kinky r‘«Ad. in 
lact. it outdid the ''”:'f(*rmui;w 

of an Ace nri.sfol ' i ir by 

a small frai.tion. What the 


'‘Sing Along’ Sequel 
Is an Absolute Dog 


guess. 


hev are being 


Th?^ *1.? cylinder ;.;vn\- n,-^t 

'.-le - imp kind of horae when it 
c.-,m. . to power, but for h.in* 
rtlir, ' jt comps vr-r\ -J.--: TI,- 

only detc-"-d)lp diffprenre ls 
that it doesn't have that mighty 
push that ran hold the ca" level 
in ■- tight corner. 

All th.- of ihe Chryslet 
line have tor<»en paj springs ai 
liu’ front and leaf aprlnga at the 
rear and are rrm.irkahlp for 
ihe levelnr— and ♦mr>..ihne\s 
of their ii.h - All told my Im- 
P'- 'b that they are Juai 
about tops In both w^-v.s, al 
though they suffer from a bit 


Problems of impr-': . diet 
not be problem*, of 
vatiun. Halanc^ in diet is by 
far ;*ie most !• ' ‘..'it p- : 


MEMORIAL ARENA 


- mamifa-. Hirers do not 
« r .y' Hriilsh car de 
v\;=ll ilv6 ..-.--d anil they 
h: the f «- 1 that Knglixh 
'■■■* d all .riher foreign 
U in the United States lh=- 


Bv )lM TA^IOR 

Milch ^!llk'r a habit of 
taking Jfie unltkelie*i ma'cr;^' 
and turning it into a bit record 
for Columbia. 

For example a few monlh= 
ago he releasisd an LP entitled 
“Sing along With Mitch Miller 
and Ihe dan^.' This turned out 
to be a real sleeper. --- Miller 
has followed It with a equel 
He reachf dizzyific heights of gems 
originality by railing this one Moon 


■ top it ,s Don • o.st’* 
V To Bieak A L -" 
Thi'.i one : ;.uhl also di:vc a : 
laii.ltriTd- mad 


SI >Dst. Xus 
fatth SrMi** • > 

(CM 
rae.lt> 

V r < * 

OUmpti 
Skallaa < 

C«nU«<»UU 


sVailac 


■rid iiidy of »be V:i 
m.vrko*i ■ big step forw 
ihi march of mc-t 
Vitamin (' is ’'nc ol 
i-lementf which 
overd.-.;-. Tl can 
and easily 
and 


Ry To teenc.-: the songs on 

Ihe d: . are 'ut^ dogs. To 

^d'iPs they are the sort that 
bring I.™:; the ryes when 
• bets' i> enough alcohol in the 
stomach. 

The • More " LP such 

a.s Shine Or Hxfvext 
'The Whiffenpoof 
r-,r,n£ ind the like 

Idea of the LP ■ .-ms to be 
"Were all huddi:*--. -? lei's get 
tc,i.= ther and -.ng the old 
■rngs ■ (>rt.5i;:-% the s.~ng- 
snlted 10 that spe* ‘al off key 
harmons th.it can only he 
achieved after midnight a 
house part\ 

Listening t.; the cuts I .-oBld 
almost see the man at Die ..i.i 
small town theatre Jumping up 
on the stage lo yell "AH right 
now. Jet's everybud;. ' '...j " 'T. 
"Follow the Boun. ••■•y Ball"’ 
Thi* will never make iii»- hit 
parade but if >*nn like to -tng 
at parties. lt'< -'.meihing of a 
muat The only thing I've ever 


Gelling .iway frixn ;i..-)rd‘ 
for t h ». m u m enr th.™re ^ • book 

on the market that will he of 
interest to th. — who like ir 
Tv... Dooley rt ■>( ’>ng. 

It' - L illeil 'American Murder 
BalU-J; ,ind Their .Stories ' •.> 
Olive WoollcN .■ Ulah s.;. -.: 
m'arm and form.-, if 

-Sldf. book.s Viiieiy .1* 

: ‘il*es it as “an - -.•itmg In 
.-.-rr-nj --.j ..metimes r!*'Sld 

rr ap of T'.*?. m-ir-:.-; sor.;- .»f 
mar.v slnie ,■' and -■-i.. " 
'^houbi hr — * the thing to 
l**'P **P ;v””“ next party 


< oatat* 

Sat. iCa« » 
X(,Bi iCaia 1 

1 rs ( 

Mlaar H»rfeay 

\ rs< 

('l.il srrvir* 
Hat B*S« 


.t>.ik.‘>man for the Routes 
1 - there - grow'ing 

UOM th,xt V. ;.ai appeals to 
•xtomer .'•i-.j ap{>**»'. to 
•-I ■ ‘.Vr painting 

! ■ with bright tw<v|one 
: »peciallv for the North 
: .*11 TTwifkei." he 
=.*>w '* are the best 


piclerahly 


wu-.;'"- from 

'mount ih.in th: > 

COIVihg 

An adequstr 
praci u rtiiv all t-'-- *. 


BAMBOO GARDENS 


Phone 
E\ 5-5521 


pe<iple ' piUatr 

the ■' (or msi.i 

.. . '.v h-'- •?" *'ot risk 
the Vitamin TO tl,^: : 
under the skin. W.-- 
thai hr- 'he ‘ .^ntl 
rrmov-‘*il. and wr 


CKNTKNMAL 

niNNKR 

rsifkta AlNta»S. CItkkM CX 
Mtl*. Svaat aaS Saar kp* 
rtV«. Ckap fa*r. SO 

?'•« Saaa C 

e*r r*ri 


j-r?”niatSvr of an- 
emed to spel --y 
American style 
- — H in Britain 
le With a look of 


Vl(TORIA*H ORIGINAL 
FISH AMUOIIP SHOP 
RINC'E itn 

131fi BRO.VI) STRKET 

The Finest In 
Golden Brown 
Fish and Chips 

ORDRRS TO TARE OUT 


NEW KLI.tA?<f> Ge.ifge 
Hanititnn IV. who sin""; ‘■■«llad« 
with the pnw.-i of an .v./ientt. 
sparrow, prohaWy li-.-.r-hei 
hit d!'" in Tt..- Tw.. Of U ' 
The flip Is "I. 1 ICV L'i."> " .1 folk 
song With lots .'.f aftpeal . . 
Prggy I.ee has released a 
type song that swings enough to 
rive II hit status with a few 
breaks If- ealle«1 "Light Of 
Love" . . (ierry ('franahan 
• remernher " 5: a r k Dres*""' 
trams up with Kddir Fontaine «o 
sirij. - ri'cker .nliefl "Pm As 
Ke.-.dy A‘ T'll Fver Re" . Tr..-- 

Pontune Si>l4>rs have rrxive,l 
Mearf’ for ihe ump 
ternth Mme and nughi pf•.■:-.;:^.!y 
make Jt go . Tw't» new groups 
out with ru*w rele,-.-.-;. Tlie 
Chanel* have an as-erage n>’k 
’n roll iiallad In 'The Rr,v.cn" 
and the Galanes Brothers do a 
fine job on a langn-flavored hit 
calleil 'Ting A Ling A Tango” 

. . . Norman Bmoka. who once , 
tiled to make a career out of 
“"'undlng like Al Jolson. makes 
another stab at It with a revival 
of "Bluebird of Happini's*’* . . . 
Pat Boone, who has a fine i.p 
ill ".Slardu.st" has released 
another one rallr.| "Yes Indeed"' 

. . Newest by Bobby Helm* U 

’The Fool and Ihe Angel” on' 
Decca. 


Order* to Taka Out 

OpM S*ur »»«. i«|*aL — I 
erw*r ana B*lurd*f I 
u*«-i Go?rasxfi>T sTtiKT — 


Pifi. I r*iri*mi .-..iji ate ron 
-*-rr..'d. t.‘.. manufaciur*’’" <y 
h.d the exit- «w#t p*‘; be a 
r-.;.-.r dampenin-j the en 
I'sm '->>tomci 


tuMsr* • »■. I* I *a 
) « m U) ? a B 

a«t»»«8 R*rsl4 


• whic' heve he 
»f <lailv 1 1 


rome t 
sati-.n 


USED CAR? 
MORRISON 


iiesnr 


Hn-i ilii - . 111,,!. A* [i , .1 

y,,.! •. ...ir^C-lf »1 !|- 

an\ of tlie vltamt-'- 
h..dy will -imply ibrmr -,lf 

the (’iif. iili*ri‘ .= tlie 

i of ’me vii.mim |*«- ; 

Iv'.fIN it i-. It V.4 -ll* *.• t.l' 

them when tlicy ■f nul 
needed 

Vitamins a:r d 

If y»u a hui.Tial i'-'' 

»»f them In your »>*iem ihe 
addition of any more f- 
going to pep you up for the 
winter On Die ruher |..i...: 
if medical advu-e Iri.itra'' . 
real n.-.'d f(*r vitamins, rb.e' 
can he valitahie In rrstotui>^ .i 
l*alan<’e that b=s lican lost. 

The best *nijn of vttamit’ 
i» Ihe food vou eat. parltiu 
larly if that !• "i > 
fresh ar l» unhnm|>ered by 
•pedal prof-'-es ihat have 
removed ihe goodtie-- frtim 


ciirxBoiir . ninsMOBiLB 

taiM al Qaa4ra 


MIL m SINKN.SM.AN AND I.ADV .SHOITKK 
KOK I.I NCHKON 

Lighl. Tempting Meal* — - $1.00 

Monday Thru Friday. 13 noon to 2 p.m. 
Every Kxening. H • $ p.m. 

SMOBGASBOKI), SKAFtKIDS, STKAKS 

IT'S DIFFKKF.NT! 

Tr>' Our C'-omplete Chicken Dinner. $1.50 


via N.V.K. Line's 

M.S. Hikatva Maru 


And his Wp«drm (Rentlempn 
with Kliunp Rishendm and 
The Kimberlevs, Dick and Sheila 


THE NET LOFT 

610 .Montreal HL BeaervaDona phone EV S-5AIS 


CENTRAL JUNIOR HIGH AUDITORIUM 


Kenning Truck and Equipment Ltd. Appointments 


A GAI.A KVENINff FOR 
DANCING, LISTENING OR WATCHING 


Make (he famoiia Mart Kenney Show a 
MI ST on yutir entertainment calendar 


^lostiy Inside, Mixed with Bark Wood 
Inch, to Split >— Good for All-Kmind I'ae 

— ARSOU'TKI.V NO CKDAK — 


Tickets— $1.00 per Person 

Will be offered on a “Ursl come, find ter\ed" h 

Monday, Nov. 3, 9 a.m. 


•Sale Overlapping— 
Nave Actual Money with 


Ian M. Rosa Frank IL Curominga 

Angu.* M. C. Kenning. Managing Director. Kenning Truck 
and Equipment Ltd., 605 Quiwna Avenue, Victoria, B.C., U 
pleased to announce the following appointments: • 

Mr. Ian M. Koas: Specializing In the complete line of Inter 
national Motor Trucks and all lypex of Unmmerciat Equip- 
ment. Mr. Roas. who brings to hla new position IS years* 
•xpcrlen<*e In ihe equipment field will he pleaaed to ax-!«t 
his many nistnmert and friend* with their truck and equip- 
ment requirements, 

Mr. Frank It. C'uinmlngs: Cnnrenrrating on the aale and 
eeivtdng of International Harvcsiar and McCormick Trac- 
tor*, Farm Equipment aiid Truck*. Farm Equipment has 
been Mr., Cummings’ ;i>€Hdaity for the past 10 years and in 
hie new position he will bring to farm owner* the benrfli of 
his knowladge and many years' expi^ence In the Industry. 


COMPOSITE DWELLING POLICY 


2 UNITS, Blower.. $11.00 
2 UNITS, Bulk $800 

Agricultural Sawdust 
2 UNITS $6.00 


Eaton's .Musir Centre 
Hudson's Bay Company Ticket Bureau 


One Crrmbim— One r«llry— One Expiry l>a(e 
Al a xavlng up In 90% 


Number of lUkeix sold will be Ilmlled to spr?« tn aui1|. 
(orium. Avoid die-ippolntmenf . . mke plant now to 

attend the Mart Kennev Show. 

Refreshmeni'- will he s - ' f-.|r 

irrearnled by Greater Vlriorla Centei.i'-sl Commitleel 


keel Fitai‘ 
af’>rf(wyfi 
A*ilo 

.yinoHCf 


S^rrtnp 

Vtctona 
n Ymrt 


IHscmint on IjU'ger Qnantllle* 


O.K. FUEL CO 

760 TOPAZ 


KV 5-1812 


’06 TORT ST 


Just Above Douglas 


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VyAGNCf^ 


I 


The l^ntorlaiunwnt 1 *anule 


(Tiilnnlfll VieJorU. B.C.. $■«., N*». 2 , 195 S 


MtMHisiy— WaRiier Optra ('om|Wi> of New Vork 
in "Iji Koheuu*. ' Koyal Th^atrty )TB(I p.m. 

Tuesday— VVattiitr 0|tera Company of New York 
ill "Kit;nletto," Koyal Theatre, K..10 p.m. 

etlnestlay — Oak Hay Hifth Seh<M>l ‘‘Fujlyania" 
Fi‘s|i\al with 10 \ariefy sliovv<« In'tween S.tio and 
lO.tNl n m. 

I'ridrtv. Satunbiy— SliiRer Kve Lvnn. Progre^i-^ive 
;\rtisfs’ Club. 180.') Wharf Sfreef. 1(1.80 p.m. 


R> RKKr HINNY 

It he<omM Increoftintfly haM 
to along wi»t ihe notion 
that Iher* '■ m»where lo go !oi 
live enierialiimeiit In Vuioria. 

November nffera two grand 
opera* three full length pta\*^ 
three mu-*: 'I recitaU. the ihitd 
pair of Viflona Sympitony con- 
cert* and at least one Hjcm 


*Pf>rar in recital at in the mnraihon stage affairs Itie Organ Tocir.in in P Major of 

Peter Tetry Girolamo Kreseobaldl. 

Barltara White, Other Mem* oji ihi* program 
Lee Ann Junca and are ShoMakovtirh't Symphony 
.. .No.tA and a violin concerto of 
* * Men«leKM)hn with mmoisI 

>e program for the Jean Hagen 
V'lrioria .Sy mphony Thi con<*ert will be jepeaitfl 


A recllal of ;..., 7 L-d music fol- 
w« the evening aervice at the 
Tj;ch ol uur lx»id. Humboldt 
reel. to 4 la>. Arlj.M* are an 
ano AIi«t Wadoell. I’oniralio 
arjoru* .Nnihut \. tenor Nor concei la. Nov. 9 and 10 . will br in Duncan on T\u ^day, Nov. 11 
an Tyrrell: baritone John — — 


Opera Company 


Oak Uhv Jiiniur IliKh S< html. 2.00 and 


p.m. 

\ov. 0 , 10 — Victoria Symphony Orchestra wifh 
violintsf Hctfy- 4 ean Hagen, Koyal Theatre. S.OO p.m. 
uii Ofh. 8.80 p.m. on lOth. 

\n^, II. 15 — “I’oefry to Jar*.** ProfeHaor 
.-\n(hoiit Fmerv. and Vancomer ja*z musician* Neil 
laiiigden, Hob Mika. Keii Hole, l*rogressr\e .Artists* 
Club. 10.80 p.m. 

Nov. 10 — Mus 1 «*al .Art Soeiefy recilHl uith 
Sfanley Martin. Malcolm Hamilton, Kirhard Pro 4 jd> 
man. ilol>ro«H! House. H ..80 p.m. 


And this surge of varied en program Hill he a festival set- 
tertainmeni .spills ovar Into Ong to the lOOih p«riim mm- 
December with another rental P«**-i*d by Mr. Ingram .Smith and 
two further lhn*eai i plavs and '‘»'ng by Mr. Brav lo whom it 
a dance revue, all In the first *»• dedicaierl 
eight diiys. * * * 

There ate four .'clial- In IS ..‘."“V* *be 

dav*. Vri\ wehooie la the rr 

turn lo the com-.i -.ug* of . JJ”’*''' -''‘i ‘be 

has* baritone Stanley Mai iin, 'be same 

who, in I'onl te< iial wuh «hio ’'*X «i'li Tlie Para 

piani.sf.s Malcolm HamiHon and 'ri • 

Kiehard Prtnjdman. appe.r at k‘*ke * Plavera 

Holyroorl House. Nov. 19 . si»on \ ^ lligi, -h-v.il are on 

•nr the Victoria Musical Art 

‘be *lor> nf \ inreni v m Gogh 
, ""1 J B Priestley’ - ••Laburnum 

Accompanied by fiiii: ■ Tlmp. ihnve. duiing the fust H»»Pk 
Mr. Marlin will he he.ud in m Oeccmbei*^ 
ana* tr>>rn M:'‘-'sener* ‘'Isrro ‘ * * * 

diade' and M'-'- ' .■•!>* No//e Th,. p,.;;in«ula Pl.nvns are 

di Figaro’ a.« well as , selection planning a pla.v.for childicn m 
trom the sonc »n memoev of mid January. The patatlel dflair 
Ralph Vaughan WlliMm* «x«tp uf January. 195 « Madge 

P'>'--'d Vv ..;r:g at hi; ' .idapl.H.on „f The 

recent luneial. P:;:.-.- nf Ifimriln, ;...t . hnu*. of 

An '*KU.'-'i\et|ian Suite" *be comirig plav hav nut yet 

foumh‘d vi.i:-i..rtl music hy been meile. 

Kihel Barlletl. i.* one of the The •'■>lumhine diih u plan 
Items u> perfoimt.f i»y .Mr din - a fulMf-::^ , .:j for next 
HamiUon .md Mr. pmudman -btbe follnv.*”^ 'The He 

Other* t'laude 

‘■petite - ;;:'e ' 

Wall/. “Cradle S 
KorMkov and t 
.,e from 
‘■Jv hv.'.md? ■' 

ThI* 15 i-erlainly 
Ing. dlveratfied pr 


Is Really Grand 


The many- saiixfactlons lo h»- 
gainen from grand o|>t-i.i will 
N come appurent w hen the 
Wagner 0 |M<ra Company (>re 
sents Puorinl')t "La Huheme' 
i«*morruw and Terdt s "Rigolet 
to ■ on Tuesday. Both are at the 
Koyal Theatre ai « -tn pm. 

The company nnt nnly ha* i 
superb ca*t and a large chorus 
but also a full aymphuiiy or 
rheslea. 


Ofwra Coinpanv not name<l 
■•fier Richa-d Wagner, tnr fa- 
n»cni« operaiir cump<MKei hui 
Wiff iheir late fuunrler. Charles 
U Wijgner. who m 1940 started 
lo hung grand np<>ra at popular 
pii'f**! to smaller lenln-s as well 
.*.* key clUe*. 


Cary Gives Up 
Bad Habits 


Kiii(;pin of ScalMt Players, who fiorform " 0 «*(ii[ui.'‘ 
Ht'.v” n 1 Oak Bay .luninr Hich .*>00001 r>n .‘saitmliiv. 
is Kdward Jones, proriuotT. clirLiloi ..:ui star of Ihe 
olay-ir franoily. Olher acromplishmonl* uf Ihe t S- 
Icnohor of dramatics includt* the holding of thi’i- 
BA degn*os ^■■“'d a dog,t»i» in f* -.1; n Ihnguages, 
including ftii.^sinn. (i oloni.sl phottr ? 


I interest and 


I* provided by the vceneiy and 
costums^. 


lie heai.t .T- ~ ipprei 

moie. «*: 'A, M, 
mi fntm I. - Eb.^ 
the delightful ’ l.a dr. 

tc!. •■ lr*>m •R|j;ii!.'i f. 
T** i Ih'* I ; ■ -I 
lone • 

the 
eali 


If -iinirtg weight 

-- I immediately 

! ■■■-■ nf all my 


NH\\ >OKK i N \ N \ ) — 
\n alert slMM'slitMi* !•«•> 
hi-rt> hIhuiM t;i> a hms wav. 
I ollnwiiiK.llic ctirrrnt In'iitl 
tie lias |M.*lr«l A sign next 
<M Ills staiirt liiitl rc;:d- 
H«Milii’lrtn. 


lusiry, 


hi.M.: lal festival 
•Itch .S; } ...ot 1 • 
Japin Th-‘ "Fh' 
al '•■ti Wedncjwia'. •• 
If hour v..; t.stj, -s-iw 
,n ., INI -;:!l lOf: p m 


;. -omony 
Rigi.' If-. 

-j V • . un 

>1 ago A\hile "I. Bnhemr 


Rhettjhi 


■hii. *'But I 
of their products. 
•.*. .;k ' all Ihe 


Interest 


end-vrst'd sny of 
Ifi --Nertlsements 
t!:.-- ••mple reason 

•!! , diHtw»ne«t m do 

I _ r....’t do 

•I Mi I tell ■ That 
not at all a fair way 


Incidentan 


On Nov -Jt, lovtdv V:. t--i • 
rontrs!"-- Fh-anor Duff appeniv 
in reciial wtih the ‘•Mejsic. 
?lMge(>’ .11 SI Mai\ < Hall 
Yale Street. Th;.- is the B»*rond 
program arranged bv Richard 
froudman m aid >)f St. Marv -^ 
Church Building Fund 
Tliree days later at Itolvt/wul 
Hoikc the- ViiiorU 
RCMT Alumni pre "ni Alien. 
Ntmmm., . ..J violin .» 
Joseph Paoh. Thi* hiwbsnd aiul 
wife team will pla> lwo 
(or violin and piano In addition 


Vaudeville Coming Back? 


///^> ISanic Slurs 
On *ll()(i(r \ 


ART GALLERY OF ! 
i GREATER VICTORIA | 

I lOlO Moa* SL r.V 1SI2S j 


iidin 


I KXHIBmONS 

/ ‘ j *1 \n*T 

• ar *•/•»!. mr *r«i%u 
other I T« tsiM) TIIBlll.CiK •Xlt BOAr 


Outstanding siudenl.s of the 
Registered Nlu*lr Tenchrrr' As 


1 an\ mcrr'i 


HOLLYWOOD -NA-NA' B.g 
hands and s'acr ahowr ipfM'ar 
headed back to the movie 
hr)u*ea! 

Return of the type of mm with 
bined variety and screen enier 
lainment w h^c^ (Inurtshed kf> - 1 

throughout the 192 i»« ha- btH*n large aiidiloriiim« 
forecast by a number of top 
HollywoTKl -‘Tiieriainers M'veral 


* whom aiv preparinp ..r.he.sira 

to set out nn ■ ;h;= again, that Ihe dd 

The rtmew-ed rtemiind f - r si.-.£r- 1 
hamU ^”d vaudeviSJr. whi«!i hit • dg?r 1’ 
the sklij.- almost simult.^;,. - . thei The 
the aiTival nf lelPMsion, he Met. ’a 
wouM eem to.be cs/ining from u, pri 
PromoterM of^m b,. n* 

> and rDru ert jui nujir nf 
halls, more or U -. dark fur' a „rc|i 

years or have sprung film *r . 
»o life an<l are :;eltin,; few 
remaining name baiuls with of 
fer* II 


Chinese Food! 
MING'S 


>»• itftrai*! r.iftk 

JanrI 


r>KO«'.KA.MS 


K'^smuif- noic-1 


Rmsr— r.:: hm* 
H«rsr*ra Maur Csfuvrt 
V A' C??-- *T--Ioqiiin«t 

tna ;; -••(Ulnt Vl»M« 

v 4 --*>- ;r k.iilioi* in Cc“ 


.1 ' rn»*ir....! 

iaughr l 1 ;.. ;• added 


•ntnt 


d ipni 

I W.-e.- In .» big 
TTfT of the hahii 


Tb»i »ad lliun I 


Bcrt'cr; eonvlr.. 
renal!- i..-e woulil . 

li-m^ of Ihe h!" tlie 

•- re-ipie everyw IK-I T- 
U' -tming fi*d <•■> i!fi \u 
;!,..kihg ai -m n 

aft. . ... hi. ■ h. 1 j ... . t 

. In n-i.* Ihf I--* 

mc.spherr of Ihi* •■i-J tyje m 

In-use where w Iwf) rhe '■ 
•ACfil jfier Ihe 
‘ d Mina^k »h"‘ 


f paying play d=;r-.. 

Slgnlfirani sir--._ m Ihe wir;d 
are blowiru; up -»n . -.•“iv ‘-:jdr In 
Las Vegas, for instance, Harry 
James, brought in at Ihe Fla 
mingo Hotel f»ir a test run. ‘-ur 
• pnsed Ihe management hy lu-. k 
ing them in fur a fnonih w iihuut 
a siipp<ir‘;“ a*-t He and *-•- 
bt»y* have just be.-’-n .1 L . 

for a return run .-•nd n * 
the -rtsmo* are nlme-l>atid hunt- 
ing. 

Fyehrow* were lifi.-,; Iasi 
week as the fameil < iiiu.iottl 
tlroxe Mpened with Guy l>i“- 
iianlo aiKl hi.* hand the ftrxt leelihg -'-f being ’wi 
lime in many year- that H'-II* pe-ipie 
w«*<nl' - most s«dld rii«h( «-|ub Hcrgcn point* t- '•*- 
ro«>m ha* fcaiureti snything of n- • . 

th:' nature, •’aif' ih.- -r; 1. • 

After finishing her star rale m<*re man ,inu m the 1 
In -L7[\ linidwyn' "prouv and ik-i r_ . ■.{ Hr 
Bes« " pearl Railey [ gning nn dot c..- added 
lour to heart a 90 minute •inge •'Mo'-t of )> 

*how. rc..^tarrlfiK W-Hh :..T i. - I-” " • . where ..-;ffee 
band, drtimmer Uuils fipil 1. and pi'.-pir manage iu 
W'ho will rnndtl' » • l.'iptc — * iir.ier?,.;;;.,:, he -.s 


JOHN WAYNE N 


w--k 1 HefKM ter 
' m<iividiial • 

roie anri hi« 
■J'i*'!al>tc ? ■ ■ 


ARBATtlAN 

Ih Geisha 


NintW W«nMr«hl». W M 


fOMOll hiin 


minu 


f 'mrmber'^ of 


TIIF MOST HONORKI) RKITISII 
I’K TI RK IN A DKCADE ! 

VOTMISO BIT -mv»S" rROW THK eviU 1 C 

Asb »iiM I aim* moM coast to coamti 

P£(.ul IVlASSle •4* 


K\ .^0MS 


TOMTE'S Min-MTE SHOW 


BURT LANCASTER 


STARTS AGAIN 


^anics 


he up 
There 


JEAN PETERS 


.»ie a l-d c.f lonely p” . • 

Wiu ld -- d Ulile l-ri.. : ' 
help The hi ■. ip “..c 

•u Iu iraii/p 

lf;-.-i II Wf.n I be n-c.; ► 
:-unvivial .r.-w.i- ...11 Im* gi 
Ing hack there onre mure 


fpment 


olent of Ihe Vi 


acHMtr 

tfx:hmcou}R 


\ ii-r fii. - ■’ I* i K‘*n 

nerh iTetoiy .. M:*- . 

I.ogan and lr-::-:;r. - \S 

Bi t)w n 

F.X.M iiSSve member* 
weie Jolir Muc.Nell. Tom Hamil 
i.tn L»?i nijfWHii l;in f'-. V\ 1! 
iiam Marshall d Bruce -• 
Iniyi- Ti. ; Hii::-. 

Klunck and RoIm*i 1 Noble 


f>M*« o»«n I? ai 

AMMOllaa I»«. 0*Tt Tm 1 »tL 


i>rou" 
Her Fa 


Seven-T-Kitchen 

CHINESE FOOD 


And on the Same Program In Onenia.Si-npe and ( oinr 

MAN (VICTOR MATURE) AGAINST THE TIQER SHARKS 


SHARK FIGHTERS 


3 BIG CASH OFFERS MONDAY 


FAMOl H AKTI.STS I.TD 

Dap4b Anlu MiMlday and TiiesiJay 

ren». umy— p„, 

For Ihe Seetmd Semaun In Vh'loria. We Pr<HMlly Presenl 


ROVAI. 

TULA THE 


T ARL. Ptr"::!r-ni Rene Coty 
of Firtnee ha* aY!v5!-ed feminine 
.-ofi.-.uncers on French radm an- 
leleviAion not to apolo^lre or 
iMH'ome upset when they make 
mi*iakr-. on Ihe air 
In an interview a» ith tpeaken. 
t'afherlne l.angeiir* and Jai'qut' 
luM* (’aural he id. "I have .So 
year* of »pee;hmaklng behind 
me >nd If I had ainpped lo 
apnh=-^»’e for all mv erT»u- I’d 
never have had lime to put my 
p-:;:tls aem-s-. '• 


Here’* (he Op(K)rtmtU.T \i*u’ve Been Waiting l-’or 

r.Asif d; 41 mm ^ 

OFFER.S ^ T / f If 1 2nd-.*K.50 
TOTAL X m 8rd-.$IO 

o\F.R $r».ooo pAin 01 t to date 

AM) ... ON THE SCREEN 

KIM NOVAK 

HniHm JEFF CHANDLER I » 


\ moiL luui royal 

. \ 2 GREAT 
SYMPHONY 
CONCERTS 


STARTS MONDAY 


•n KULCINI b 

•v*r - popv/tor 


Inc-rtain^lV popular Informal Suneav Alif — . 
phony. 300 . . . Qrand Mnntle^- EvfHi"" -- . ’ -"i*. X 30 
f'falurtng ovr Hani Ctrubfr and th.- 

★ Virtfiria 5-ftirhor.g Orris.- -trn — pfagtao thn 
iKsmorfal mii»M o/ Brritm. .Wpe:*-* ',f,n and 
Vchoiloaot'ffrb. 

?*:u}enf( Half-prirr for tht Informal Sunday 
Aflfmoon Xymphony. 

TirkcU: $L 2 .» - - * 2 . 2 .'> - $ 2 . 7 .) 

HERE'S AN ElASy WAY TO 

I SAVE 25% ON YOUR TICKETS 

1 Bui a Saanon Ticket . . . pov lor ir 

monthly hudpet £afoa^4 

ylad to arrange it Ihrouoh Ihe . 
h'<! Office. 


ia»qar«| trlqrii) 


STARTS MONDAY 

THE RAINMAKER 


MONDAY. NOV, S. AT 8..T0 P.M 


!♦-» *ro«(>vai n'* 

,i*n. in(« 

• h.iii.tlMr H»pa«m aurt le- 
'"r.'tlrll rv-i*« akil H»lio 
u»--! atisi»* 

PtBi Cartaaa 


Fa* 

ON Till-; .SAMR PRCNiRAM^v^v 

ITHOlSm^ ABQVI THI OTMItff 


•n VERDI'S 

OnHnotlc Op«eo 


AM) . 

HEAD AN(L 


b»iMt • M 

a H t.j • U 

lar* l.ft *n« 


NE.\T: “A lARI WKLL 

TO ARMS” 


• FOX# 


TFr-SHAV. NOV. 4. AT K..W P M. 

BOTH OFER.A.S INCLI PE V 
♦ ALI.-STAK CA.ST.S 

★ 8\MrilO\Y OKCIIKSTR.A 

♦ roUIRIT L .SCK\I-;RV. CO.STTMF-S 

firtrtd Seat* still Available 

Tlrketa at Kent’* >lu*le .Store. 742 Fort hi , Phof>e FV 4 2W1 
M.lt W.M U..V . f?,75 . «.20. tnrlndlne la* 


MANY UAVt At.RF.ADY BOOKED /' 8 Y 3 - 7 H 1 

EATON'S SYMPHONT BOX OmCE. 

Mala Ftaar, Hausa Faralthiaia Baildia| 


THRATRF. 

BtONEY 


RCMMCOtOf 


boone 

MAUBtfN O’SUUJVM 
N arthui mwMcvn 


how OPEN PRIOAY AND 
SATURDAf' ONLY 



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Wood, Gundy & (k)mpany 
Limited 


nsivrn 


Canadian r.ovcrnmcn!. .Mtinlcipal and 
C'oipoiaiKHi Sectml’*- 

Slock huhanfe Orders lixnuud 


\ 4 N t (1 Ii > K It (C P) — 
it«>)»rrl Nnitth. frrrd 

mt an driving 

di'apltr iratiin<»ny 
from polh-r that hr ranu- to 
a suJdoji slop tuii'F tu Uir 
mttldlr of Ihf ilirrri. 

Smtili'ft Kill frirnd (oltl 
>laKlslratr Jamra lUrtMiaii 
lliai slif* had kUpprd him In 
till* fiu'r twit'r during an 


I’.'i'-.Ue aifc uatiMTh'Mu III l.mHii.i, 

Wiuitl|a-^, \'Hnrin»sff. Calsi!-. t.dniOf>l<»fl, 
Brgiiia aoJ Nrw Nurk 

Resident Manager 
A. L. i’>il(rcon 


612 \"irw Street 
V M (iiria 
KV 2-4261 


11} IIAHICV VOl NG 


CREDIT BURl 


II U now pretty welJ t‘siabli>he<l thni the next hig 
eleclrit’ttl power de\e!opm<*nt In is going to la* in 
tlie Peace Rivt'r watei-shi'd. 

Picmier th J.non ha.- irmut it foi M. |t>.. i. 

that loter this nnuKli he *viJl f-lMi. h.-, favor - uwvan. 
divulge the delail.s o( il»<‘ pro 

jMlseit oprlU!J.... of Iho ClTtllt ROV- 

fuinv t p.-.,. Kr\Pi lU- nt .>mr uilo poui ‘1 it has 

Vflopmeni Com|irtii\ ^'‘‘d nj m.:''- fcU'sdIlv tuitird 

r, ,, * ^ Loiik bcioio VVrniwM <jipii piI' 

CimcURd H, many qu*.rr:. o„ 

Rround II, » '.I co„W a.I.II. , 
tlir pifAiniT alri-'ils hiudemrt P 

w.lh the highest rlrenlciiv :•««*- and ml 

of any major I piuvnM-r ihi, p ’of ihr provinr-r 

-with C'vcn moil- i-Api-i-.J'." th#. 


305 to JONE.S BUKi. — 723 TORT ST. — BY 5 

MkMaiKa AasociATSu caii^ii aoksaua 
or CANADA AND AUSHICA 

CRSuit amj pcanuNNU KEeuaT»* 
cuuJuriiijN apu uiaeia 

a«t*U>( VUt«r>A BidilaM* aeS ProtMtMAl Mttt BlBM Ifll 


(Jhinese 

miners 

Busy 


Mortgage Funds Availabie 


IIO.NG KONG .NAXA)^ Red 
'Jim red by its leap 
>d" i/i.iipaign lo Indus 
• !lii- ••luritij almost ovei- 
ma|. Taki* Rrliain place 
y»*ar a« the fourth lead 
•^1 ■•mhIui.oi In the uoiid 
Arcunhng (o the pioiluctioh 
figuK for Ociol)er. coal l.^, he 
oil.: h(i>ui!hl to the pitheads at 
ihe I ale of 795 *“-j tons a ila.y. 
TfH«- would T(.'!al pearly 300^000.- 
If..-- r \eai the aj'proxi 
- .o' rate at which British coftf 


Funds on hand and Immediately available for Ftnt 
Mortgage Lonna — f^ulck decisions: reawmabl# 
charges: current rale of imereM Repayments U) 
suit 

Mor tgage e and A^eementa Purchased 


Cntin ngliiU point 
tiie lowe.si co'= power 

ilcvrluped liT*m Mim 
I livci, and Ihnt 'he h 
of Ihe Coiumhi. 1 . .vith ' 
coming from 
I un It a rlo«- - .,t.d. ' 


next 


P. R. BROWN & SONS LTD. 

‘Mrrlai Vlttorto ISf OT«r UaU • C^AUrf' 

111? BROAD STRKET PHONK EV 3-3485 


nmei 


of developing 


are considered to be tlisiitiiiiv i 

higher. 

The premier h yAr':; h 

rci i for the f . ^.f fi. ' 

Peace, 

lie U- r ^ 

until ruch time . ^ r 

satisfied that ‘ 

tion on the riv* ■ v- -m -i i h ^ 
age the migt.>n : I) :• ; 

Tlie L«i|imi*>-a 111- n- :■ 
out bcvau&c *t > 'ici •; / 

year;- befoie 1 dif -• 

XcieriCc; asr n t 

With thc»v !v •• uhjr-..;,o;. ! 


More than l.r!(X) -cnliici h;id to be 
rh,- cUvd by - in ihn firsi O.ilonisi 
••■•mpotilion. A SoO 
4 ... Phch montji ibi* jn'cmmi 
} ; king the tlin^c <tt^cK. ili -- vliftv. 
the ••‘fuif'sl gain during tbr month. 
Fih-i winner will I:— -mnouneed 


Tuesday. A -^vting Colonist financial 
editor Harry Young, right rear, to 
check ent^f•^ are Victoria inve^dmenl 
lit Hflriy Mearns and L. B Wil- 
liams, led, and H. J. Kennedy, light 
troni. -iCoinnist photo.) 


5 SUITES 


Tlie II t loll. I pivHlUvIlon 
iiM.ii-i>vri . was pc. cent 

■;rr->t'‘= ti..*n that in August. If 
«vr of ifwii'. • ;; main 
Itiiiii*.] Red ' “Vh will 

.‘.lUke Wot licimany m> S 
• I'ltl v.JuL i ‘td U:;'JSi 1 be in 

• - 1 " L '.*‘ie.«l 


Situated in an excellent revenue aix*a and close lo 
city. Property is m first ela^% condition and -bow- 
ing an excellenl return. Kach siittf completely self- 
rontamed, H.W. 0-G-^I healing. THIS IS A GOOD 

IN\ FOMENT. C 0 0 fl 

Term, at KuUPiicc - OW^UUU 

Duncan Bliighain. EV2-51ftt anytlnw*. 

Hit Ks RKAI.TV UMITRD 


Bar low. IMimlev 


■ -.1 -:.ivipt 

M'iri'i oj thi incj-’.'-e at 
• ‘I ’.,1 to ihr thousand* of 
. M -.'•■llienr-: operied through 
I'hma. t( Is cvtimated that 
I.'-'-! f»f R..: China r .un 

:.^.r .-vplollable coal rte 
Many of IhC'.r .lepos:t: 
..r- worked h\ hand by 

i;.. ; of rooperaUvr- and 
. ri.-TUtiunev before ihe arrnal 
uf rn»»drin marhinerv 

n. ' t'hma baA known r< 
of l..Vs)000 million ton*. 
ti'Mipared lo Brltali>’t 175.000 
million Ions Priping claims 
'Mt ii enough coal to «up 
|ijv its necdA for the next 3,5(V 
\ears and «l doiihie the pr. sent 
'“*c of con«umpti'>n 


Cities Sacrifieed? 


SMALL INVESTORS 


The cjueAiinn now :iir l^ .»‘dio eleciru* etiriyjy ■. Ui' id) 
the piemler = .:if*- ’’'f pioN'-Jed by— BV i. r.n 

cities— Vancouver. Jv^’w U- 't ttiu.'-ion .xt .imI < 

niinaier. Victoria, el. for :nt --iiiCM .md 

pet pr of i t '• l«_he "o ing lu livduv-pLii.lA liifi!:.: ' VS«:;. 

force thiT BC Pc.v‘.;i «'onirn».s K'-* .«n«i rvmld’ •.'tedlr- 

alon and the Be!. Klectric Com becau-sc of tl..- extremely r- 
pany to buy lugn ctmi Pc^c' teirain in mr-si of the low* 
Kiver ptiwri** mHifiiaml, the pmswcis fni 

The premier tay- no If Fc:-? d.-veiopmer.i 

River power is ••• be ■•■'■U m "U-.-rdoof • • « • atnt vai.ej 
the south, n witl have to stand aic hmii*.-’. 

on Us own fee! competiiivcl-. Ri..» 

Th. BC- E.«.r,r cc^p.,,y 

h"S aUn ?!•-■ It I'-tS __ _ _ 

given any undcrtsklng to buy ' -i*a ■ a >u • 

Prac-. RiC.r i«wrr "‘"V- 

. . . . . . . tlie Mti-a Lfrrl: -;l» but It wutdcl 

It win then be Akhcd. If :o „„ ^iienifiratii mouniait 

fovernmcni oon.rsslons are : r 

Ing made, why- anyone >hccd ^ , much mm. 

want to invcAi in a hydro de ,i, _ . . , 

velopmcnt wtth »uf)‘! nebulous \ ' ‘ ‘ 

. *. ;u. ii uiifcicmi 

. . . might not be more than IC" 

App.irently however the world 

1* still amply pnrt..«f<l »ith thit. -jl.. .lavUopinenl 

act 01 rl«k .-apiUl. ^ 

so lar a< Mt. Bonnnt Is .vatlahli. q,- l.ts i 

CororO tharr arr othor ^ . 

than that of .flay «l,t.h ;r.= s.-s whi.l, M, 

tha Paac-r ,lavrl,,pt,M-nl P,.-^ . 

able to tha Columh,. at >h» , 

n''tMa tlam wara l,.stallan at "" othar l.at.rt if t h . 
M„-a Craak It wonld slut ha ' "Ihh't". tlayalopmanf ram, 
alajut a75 mit« ai tha trow ahaa'l of 

fllaa from Vahs'ouvar ‘lha ttana- roisahla lliat t... not l.il.ii;,. 
nit- ion line would pie*umably would not gei any laiM--- -..l.- 
have tp snake its wv*y tlimugh electrific.iiton -•.■heme for many 
v.iHeya lo by paM three miiior y**®' exr.*p» by expen*.iV.- rri'.-i 
mountain ranges, and the actu.il mia-sioii line from the existing 
length of the traruunl-*-icjn line 8f* grid. 

could easily he 500 to 600 mile< <»n these groumi* Premier 
The powei fioto Mica CicmR Bennett ^ personal enthu : r, 

generating klallons \\ould also for the Peace River la und'-r 
be most readily available lo -'-.-dabfe and In line wub his 
pans of Ihe province where governments n<.”fhl*nd poUey. 


\ Sound PUn for Peuplc 
Who Have 


D<uai)< MI* k Sot-vOOO transaciion which resulted In 
change ol ownership df Gladwell Motors were relca.'-cd 


$500.00 or More to Invest 


■ of ii,;- prfip»Tlv •-•-‘•.uli 

t.Udweii M..:..: , [- pr.'-i*ed at 
Patuliii .1 Mnd (Quadra The lot 
wdj. ’ fornieiij, lum^iKl 'hr 
'ihdv. rU Cs:~ is :\c 

5ni and vvll hr reuif-d 
lie . 1 ..,, l;. would 

fcRMiM m \'|eior1* 

The comp.iny will leiain its 
Fmd detilrrahip* 

Mi. barlow —ijJ that wif<- 
r>nreen. xml Mr* Aiicr Plimley* 
both d*nii.'hirr* ol the late Peiry 
fMimiey and Ri«nd*dauentem of 
the late Thoma.* Plimirc would 
be on llir borr-'t Ol 'llrectors Ol 
ihr new firm. 

lie .i.i •tiuld not yn an 
n'Mtitcr the new namr of '*■' 
iximfutny. 


If- or t;,. firm. whl> I. 
he Mri'Uic. Meinor 


• n IXY SK(TKKI> 

• VOl C AN KAHN I P TO 21 % 

• INTKKKST PAID .MONTllLV 

• STAKTING NOW 


i.i Will t»e cli.inged h\ 

• ■ ■- fill Haiiu^% and Will 

t Plimley v .../ haw bought 
• Mr. UUdwrli 

T)..'- ,;w (>wiir-i« who are 

I'lotiii ■ •HW, ?; a V e 
r..';;ght '■••it Mr OUdwrll's 

^ i - ill 'hr Knglt.*ih t'ai 
tVntrr wiuch handles Brin-': 


I avnON . Xpi— K'-nneth 
\\ lilttineinn. 9. |Mi|>|>e4) a 
l>emv> flreeraeker throuKli • 
tmle in a >lr«'e| ianip. 

The Itang Ignitetl an un- 
drr;;r)iund ca* leal*. A four- 
fiN«l hole wba tilaAled in the 
siilewHlk. ll(iUM-x wrrr 
rocked and drain ro'ers 
blowti hleli tnfn Ihe air. 
Some !00 cliildreii were 
niar<licd lo xafrly from a 

ArhtMVI. 

Kennrih rail home and 
i limlfcd Into to*U. 


REJOINS OLSON'S 
SALES STAFF 


For C omplete Dclall* Write 

CONSTRUCTION ENTERPRISES 


Mr Bxrlow. w!;.-'. went Into 
f»Hi '.neishlp with Mr illsrlweil 
'wo X - ago r,.; - bern with 
the firm =mce 19M 
Mr. (iUdwrII aid he pla - 
Ti> mire hut will retain owner- 


FOR SALE 

2 INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 


Model A 181 with 54 yard Brantford Steel Box and HuUt 
l^eia than 2.000 miles on enrh trut'k. 

>K\V TRL’CK GL ARANTKE 
10.00x20 ■ 12 and 14 ply Urea. 

Spare wheel and tire. 

Extra fuel tanka and Weat Coast niirrors. 
t-Speed AxJe— Model KA 145. I8..MM lb. rapacity. 
coMrt.rTr in KVkar DfTxiL 


Slii|) Calendar 


pijlea and awung into high gear 
By wre-K * end all It <>f Chevro- 
let.- Iinai a.vembly plant* were 
bark in opt'raiion if>ci n 
than three wi-eka of ahutdown 
Fold, Plymoulh. Do<lge. Ram 
birr RMft Siudebakei went on 
overtime Some 98.0tvi <hiny new 
nindeh rolled off the a*-.rmbly 
lines the biggest wei'ki) out 
pouring of pavxengei ears fiom 
I'S r.irtiuies .xince Februaiy. 

.Siec] production. po)>ei 
mitpiii ,ind freight carluad!r>e« 
xinwed up a bit. Slock 
retalmil a )inle from iheu 
historic highs Slill much on the 
upbrni, though, wen- depaii 
meni al 9 r^HAle>. electric pow'i 
uw. Hnd,^«»ll.u volume of con 
tracts ^carded lot future con 
St ruction. 

A report hy F W' IVxtge 
J Cnrp.' *hnwed ec»us|ructlon con 
trad awaidx atiU racking up itn 
pr -‘"f gain* over 19.57. 

Hut (xmtroct.s awiinidl foi 
manutartLiring plarti* were 
(Iowa 17 i»er lenl In dnilar vol 
Victoria College vice principal ume. indicating tiTatb Ig hu-i 
Robeii T WaMa«‘e la nuKteiator ne.x* la not yet ready In Iwioxl 
of n panel which will dincuas >!« capital xpending plan" 

iietformuncex. fli.-? panel Some 7.900 liatika will hand 
will consist of J. Fred PuUnry, out $1 ,.36.5,000 000 to Chrlxtmaa 
WolsieniToft j Agencies Ltd.; Club 'leposilora. three |tei rent 
John A. LuKasffy. AddreKso- more than in Ihe 1957 fiayoff 


()*»■ 


\1R BRAKE.*i KQl II'I’FD 


ilUI^AlT.ir BRAKES EQITPPFD 

riNxxuNo ca.x ac AaaxNr.tD 

r«T larliMr l•r•rM•ll•• pittf r*ll ar •rlla 

ROBISON SERVICE STATION LTD 

DFNCAN. B.r. 

PHONK 573 or 84.5 KVKMNGS IfMLL 


Borden Bombshell 


Lrroup 
re nee 


From the itock market pfunt ort asset.*, '.could have to 

v;.-.c, the bombshell fnim the be higher than the rate at which 

the 1 empaii\ was :«ble fn bfirrow 
fund* olherWl.se beirnwing r*f 
{s;..-*.- would .xetvo Utile use/' ' 

purpf^ 

The Borden Comml.'xion <loe* 
no( lik^ the ailualnm whereby 
the <-uinpany with the largcxt 
proportion of fundixt debt la alile 
In present Ua ahaieholder with 
.) bigger port «>f the loot fmm 


NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING 
STIMULATES BUYING 


tloh. and one which if ai 
to other utilities might 
tfemendoua reperc • xions. 

Slo far S!» Ihe pipeline Industry profits 

la eoneerned It would neep*»siiHie Tlw r«mm-“'on oppoaea this 
an Immediate reappraisal of Ihf “leverage' becaiixe it reallrea 
various companies' earning po that inordinate profits might re- 
lenlial, for aome have much »uU to shareholder* whi. bouebt 
larger porcainage.i of borrowed ‘mo some of the pljieUne com 
canliM than othei* cent.* a .-h.ire 

The Borden Commisil'm *ald It want.s Pi see o method of 
It had given deep consideration regulation adopiixl. and It re- 
to the method of designing lates eonimond* that it should be left 
to yield a fixed rale of return to the Boaid of Transfiurt (>>m- 
on ihe value of the assets em tnlssoner* ti» exercise Us tiis^ 
ployed. creitnn In a fait manner so Ihni 

It found that wlu'n this in each r ate a level nf earnings 
method IsjisefI the net profit of should l»e maintained sufficient 
the company could represent ss to aMtact the necessary cspit.i:. 
between different companies jlie commis.ninn tielleves the 
Varying rates of rmrrn upon the br<aid will have no difficulty in 
ahsrehoiderx' equity evolving an eqiiiiahle and ae 

Only If the companies' bond .eptable method of determining 
Inlerest were equal to Ihe al from time to time the fair value 
lowable return on the qquity of assets represented by the 
share* would the return be the shareholders equity, 
sanve to at) companies and of Assuming that the govern 
course this la not the rase. mem Impiemenis this part of Ihe 
Indeed the Borden Commls Bnrden report, it wilt still he 
Vlon was -worldly wise enough r left to Ihe B*jard of Transport 

.L_. t_ .1 . . 


Canada Permanent Mortgage (^rporalion 


Corporation eiercisc the Rigfata whidi U*ev have reorived to purchase 
additional shares : i . We also believe that thia is so exreilrnt time 
for others to acquit a share isterest in ooe of Canada’s leadinf 
financial institutions. 

Mar we look after the subscription details, or purchase share* for 
you? We would purchase shares for you in the most advantageous 
way:;: either through the purtbasc of existing shares or by the 
purchase and cxcrciae of Rigbta. 


Invttt in 
Canada's 
Largast 
Mutual 


arriage 


A foldm d*ffr^ng ikee/mag tf oddutmal tkam and gmng in ^v wu M tm 
afbur tkg Corparwsian wtU 6t fumukfd upm 


In one simple step you can 
become part owner In over 
100 diversified and select 
ed aecurlUet. It's to your 
advsntage to contact your 
Investors syndicate repre- 
sentative for tut] detstla 


to rMllze that In pinctlcaJIy 
every es*e the sllowed rate of 


ST. LOITS (AP) — Twelve 
years ago Csil Troutner wt.' 
blinded hy s baxehall and Lu 
elite Kaiser was j>aralyzed * by 
polio. 

They mei at s club for the 
handicapped In 1 ;>mi Alton. 111., 
where Carl. 'J4. live* 

‘That’s the way li started." 
. 23-year-old Lucille said Friday 
I in lelling of their wedding plana 
llor Nov. 15. 


Filmed life storv of trumpeter 
Red Ntrlwda. find* l»ann> Kaye 
practicing finger w*ork a* he 
plays back the pre re^’orded num 
bers he wltl do in the movie 
In addlilon to the horn, he h«: 
several duet singing number* 
In which he mimic* I. 011 I* 
(Satchmo) Amiitrofig. He did 
such a good job that Maiirtrr 
Chevalier, visiting Ihe set. could 
not disUnguish tha play-bark 
roicet. 


K. AinoN & I'o 

Cai«kA.W IMP 


Vancouver Island section of 
Chemical Institute of Canada 
Is lo be addressed tomorrow 
evening al Royal Roads by 
Dr, J. S. Fornylh. A PhD of 
Leeds t'niverslty. Dr. Forsyth 
IS a professor of chemical en- 
gineering at L'BC and an cx- 
)>ei t on the coal tar product 
mduatry. 


ftoyal Traal Buitdiag, Vlrtf»rU«>E«cegraca 3*il71 


IN «t(-toaiA 

•II SfaOarA BMt. Bv t-MM 



i 



inyono Missing Garngo. 


School Gain 


fiatUf CColmiiHl Viclem, B.C, Siu., Nov. 2, 195S f 


Offered to City Stores 


‘Foimlainot Youth’ 
Tonic Investigated 


DL'.NCAN roUcf 4UC "Wo tuvon’t a clut» what 

by a myilenous oxplu»ion eauaetl it We think M uaa 
which ahook houses In a /our 'lynamtic. they don't make fire- 
mile radlua here on Halloween crackerH Uke that. We re still 

.MimetHxly who ta 


Feeleral food and drufa In- admit? "no baaie requirement In 
aper’fora are Invesltgatint a To human nutrition has been ea* 
ronio firrn which has offered labliahed for this producL" 

Mr. Ketehiaon acoffed at the 


Japant'sf ; and 

itrlental lanterna will cl ih.- 
tnutal for the Oak Hay Sentui 
High School fall tau to. he hold 


Rt'MP held yesterday they foi 


some Victoria dm, stores. 


torn 


•on o rniraclo gland tonic 


area fur damage caused by - 
"terrific detonation" at 9 lf> 
p m. 

"W'o had a dozen phone call - 
InsUle. of 10 minule^. and wr 
•p«*ni ihe next ihtee hour'* 
ctjecking »he friur-mlle radiu-^ 
where the calls came from." 
RCMP said. 


Victoria sent a copy of a crudely 
printed pamphlet to the Van 
couver office yesterday to be 
forwarded to Montreal. 

The pamphlet offeis packages 
of "Pega Palo." described as 
a vine which grow^ in the 
jungles of the Dominican Ke 
public, for $ir« each, three park 
ages for $TT.50 oj- eight for J?"!. 

At least two druggists here 
have rerelveil the pamphlets. 

In carefully worded language, 
the pamphlet suggests the vine 
can increase virility, but at no 
time does it promise anything 
more than "great invlgoratlon." 

The fitsi three pages of the 

pamphlet are a reprint of an parents of Robert Culp, star of 
ti a quarter horse. ' article about the vine, published TV's 'Trackdown" series, are 
i nail him 'John the In an American magazine about talented too. but not as actors. 
he4‘rfU!»e he's a very 18 months ago. Ills father la a noted lawyer and 

e At une point, the pamphlet hla mother a sdentiat. 


10.30 p iti , Wedne.vdiiy. 

The "Kiigiyaina Kei«.iival' 
fair Is being held lo raise funds 
I'»r Ihe ■ ■•limir ; exti u cumculai 
acilutics. The objective 


Apparently no une was In 
jured by the blast, and no one 
lefHxted any propeiiy lUmaged. 
they >aicl. 

OiM» resKlent said “m’srly lialf 
.» c.i%e i-.f dyriamlli'" would, have 
been ncfHled lo creale ' • heavy 
r-ypio*lon ! 


.New commanding officer of 
frigate .\’cw Waterford, basetl 
8i KHquimali. i< Lt Cmdr. 
Un 11111 lerv He suc4*c«*dfHl Lt 
('loilr. W'aiier S Blandy. who 
will lake .■>:;:m.Hnd of frigate 
M;- ThetcM* when it is com- 
riw»:ii(med at L.'tquinialt on 


Fan olfidalx repirri they have 
alri-ady neiie<i Sl.jOO ihiough 
advun/'e of a issi ticKei.t.. 

Citief Aiiraciions will lie a 
Japanese tea room. whii<‘ ele 
pham. home cooking:. g.nrd»-n 
and other stalls and a variety 
xhow by sfhdenls. which will 
fealuic a chorus line, harmony 
^Toup and xkii> ^ 

at the fair will be 
drcxorvl In Japeoew j-miuine^, 


Fireworks Ban Sought 


man 8 


r)in<;tma‘i ^lill ... a liMlo way otf . . . hul down- 
Tf‘wn don't HFP .ilrPrtwi pippaiiriL behind ihr --r 
for 'pei’laculnr rtispUyy season of hoctu' 

holiday shoppiiiR. Mpfhanical sno^vman and polar 
boar nil'N brinR inspertod by di^playman William 
•'ioodo aro p;*it of a (’hrLstmas s.tcw io 

f» alurc*i T. Eaton i o Ltd. stoiT. — (rnlniii>i 
pholo. 


6 Desirable Properties 
Thurs. and Fri. Nov. 6 and 7 

Auctions Held at Each Property-1 0% Deposit-Finalization 30 Days 

Cheque Not Necessarily Certified 


250JHH) Sail' (^rnturanm 


Almost 




(uiama •■how w:... :> travelled -eui . !!r " - .i ...m 

th.-'UChoui the provint. fr*il of -pih pel 

R'-v Liwgar pioducer and jn .W vliUgee ;.-.Aas «nd tine? 
dnerJnr of thr now. vid !a«l tlu«'U!.*nouf pi wtn. . . 


For ihe ultimate in 


DINING PLEASURE! 


PORT ALBKRNI Tiie Hr. living iiandanl to boo.st the '1e 
|xh Columbia forest iniluKiry, in mand 

a postwar ‘iTstpeiu»d" now m, Brand, “cr^cral manag« 
wiy .spurt ahead agutii nn the nf the *ttmpan.v'« western dls 
shoulders oi inree basic trends triri mnvertlnc m 1 1 •- wa« 
Ian is. Btuiui. .Mai.Milian .-nd vpc-.tkin., to the .im :.-Jiiven 
Bhmtlel Ltd. esecuiive «aid here n..;. .if ihe RC '..tw Filerx' Edi 
Niiurday. AssnciHtion. 

They were .in expoererl annua) = 

VS. constructluM *pi'mling in Ro'hard Widmark is en. oiirag 
trea.se frum 23;f l>iUh»n in 1932 to long-time fiirnd Ttenr Tier 
billion by 1975; a 10.000.000 ney to costar with him nrit 
ri.se by IflfiO In Canadian popula year in '* lrre$uiihle ' — the 
tlon demanding wood produrt.s, *Uiry of the Dead .'^ea .olU- 
and a gradually lnries.slng work) f*'.- bis owm company. 


Afternoons: 2 to 5 - Evenings: 7 to 

Ask for Free Catalogue in Color Giving Complete Details 




1 nT close the estate orthe Ute Mr. A. 

* E. 4oli\et. wr will offer, subject to 

2 reserve— 

8-ROOM TUDOR STYLE 

Beautiful Garden— 2 Aots — S eclusion 

4151 Borden, Saanich 

Comprising: 

Entrance ball, cosy living room, fireplace, 
family dlning.i*oom. kitchen (could be remod- 
elled). Master bedroom 19x12 with fireplace, 
three other bedrooms, bathroom. Part cement 
basement. Choice dog runs. Automatic heat. 
Show -place gardens, seclusion. 

DIRECTIONS: (Juadi'a to Nicholson, end of 
Nicholson see our sigas. An older, most com- 
fortable home in good rojubtlon. Fine 8-ft. 
English Yew hedge (indestructible), fish 
pools. gTeenhoii.se, vegetable garden. 

Clear Title or most attractive 6^;- mortgage. 
Posse.s.sk)n 30 day.*:. 

Auction Thursday, Nov. 6 — 2 p.m. 


ln**lrurlo(l b> the owners 
offer, MihpM‘1 lo rrvr\e — 


latAt loi s 

12-ROOM COLONIAL HOME 
Uplands Seafront 


IN THE CHERRY BANK HOTEL 


S6-V< K«‘a('h Drive 
Coriifu i.siiu;.' 

1 IS arn's to iKacli. •'nirrinoe hall, powder 
room, reception hall. IfixL'J drawing room, 
lb\22 dining room, den with Iiivpl.w. TV 
room. s<'avicu ivirtv r'-jm iSvlT. -^“^iew 
breakfast iirfmi. rriviorn cnlnnr’f kii**hen, mas- 
ter l>e<lri»om. hie it.til.rfT^im en suite, thn*o 
other iKHiri.i!:::-. -I--. M t; dhri«im. laj ge 
cluldrei-’- p: IS Ktil . i lia^emenl, 

fine healii > -irn. ' 'X.' -,pent 

in V'7'J I Imitiacijlali* 'dq ...d out Ckvihle 
I . Aall-iO'W all : — »• 

(’’leaf Title for • -tsh. I' iCn' • d -; 

Auction Thursday, Nov. 6 — II a.m 


FINAL CLEARANCE 

For Two Days Only 

dONDAY...,, TUESDAY 


LOT inatnirtlons from Mr. •iwl Mr^. Charles 

** J. Cos. who h«>e taken op Hty residence, 

4 we will offer, niihjerf to rewervv^ 

Complelelv Authenlir 

1954-55 8-ROOM TUDOR 

(Built b\ Sianev RndiD 

On 200 Ft. Mill Bay Seafront 

Comprising; 

On 2.1 acrejt. exceptionally well built, com- 
pletely insulated, fireproof asbestoa shingles. 
Ii&nd-ad 2 i*d beams inside and out. Entrance 
hall, living room 22x12. fireplace, dining room 
with corner fireplace. Combination kitchen 
and utility room, master bedroom, tiled bath- 
room. Upstairs 3 bedrooms, sitting room, 2nd 
bathroom. Full cement basement, Oil-O- 
Matic heat, garage, more than ample auto- 
matic water .supply. (}ood TV. 

DfRFXTIONS: Trans-Canada Highway lo 27- 
.mile post, turn right at Kilmalu Road, fol- 
low auction .signs. 

Clear Title or 6'’r Mortgage — Possession 30 
Days. 

ttption of further 3.9 acres and further 
2()0-ft. waterfront. 


Hy ruble from Ixmdon. Kng.. we are 
instnieted to offer, subject to rveerve, 
Ihe 


TREASURE HOUSE 


Further substantial reductions have been 
mode on all sole merchandise for these 
two days. 

Many Items I/2 
and Lqss 

LADIES' TOPCOATS MEN'S TOPCOATS 

As low as... 29.50 As low as - 39.50 


Comprising 

Atintctise Tudor front 2-slnrey, lo! liO fL P'ort 
.'sfjwt frontage. Ill ft. d; -’p. iUiilding .V)n 9-1, 
mam floor. lhn*e mam room: with two ftre- 
pl.iccs. well-pliinned -indows. smnllei rooms. 
( )fx*ri *:tjiu{*as<* to mam lar*’t* room and 
*im,iller f>ne. Oil-O-Malu* hot water heat. 
Taxtr. Zoned for l-mk. professional, 

gas station, theatre at present, and ideal for 
antique shop or other retail. Striitegie loca- 
tion heading to Oak nay. Uplands, etc. 

Clear Title or i»rH*-lhlrd down, balance 6'.. 
Pos.s»*s.sion .HI days. 


Auction Thursday, Nov. 6—4 p.m 


Auction Friday, Nov. 7—1 p.m 


|ll•.t^ll< It'll ti\ (Ijiroii I-fr*iisnn f'olliwk, 
will) luta takt'ii lip l•lllr KlantI rt'sIdf'iKT, 
w«> will s)-n 


InMrurtrd by Mr. and Mro, Sydney Ln\e, 
wfm haie built a new home, we hI( 1 
offer. xiib)e<i to renervr. 


(itovrA, Handbags. Dre.ssiiig Giiwna. etc., auhstaiitiall^ rrduerd 


^ WITHOl T KKSKKVE 

WELL-BUILT 12-ROOM TUDOR 


UDIES' SUITS 


MEN'S SUITS 


2300 Middowne. Oak Bay 

Comprising- 

Altnirtive. modem home, good TV, view of 
otrmptes. Amongst other modem homes on 
popular Laasdownc Slope. 1.410 sq. ft., oak 
floors. Oil-D-Matic heat. 

Reception through hall. large L-shaped living 
room with fireplace to guest sire dining room. 
Choice cabinet kitchen, breakfast area. Large 
bathroom with vanity, 2 twin fvedrooms, 
TTilrd bedroom of den. Full ba.sement with 
rumpus room and fireplace. Laundry room, 
drive-in garage. First-class condition inside 
and out, en.sy to keep garden. 

$1(),000.(X) mortgage assumable at 6'v'r — 
S107.(X) Mlh., Prln., Interest and Taxes. 
Potwession 24 hra. 

Auction Thursday, Nov. 6—8 p.m 


On IS Arn** at ('iihblf' lliil 

llnl4*rliir coriiiiirli'i.s mlnDrnti'd Inst nvinth) 

R. . tfiriuv* . 

I hall. 5 {nfs-n (inw<l»-i' ritfysi. drnssiin^a^oorn 
31t 9) fin-pIn.-T- f.imilv -i - iwm kil- 

I iSxlJ wiifJ. I-:'!! 9>.V. j'lionv 

rumpu'* ro*»in UPx.Hl tprinrllpfl). fireplarp npen 
Ktiilii'.iM' lu doiiiilo lN-4lro<»m l7xH ami 

ari'hwsv lo 17x11 P‘*inbfokv KitTironm and l()*rj 
di- >.iMg loom, sr.-nr'il b«'dinnm l.*v,tixl06, third 
bodroom 17x10 fi, --■ ... d ulr«l hailiroom. etc Laun- 
dry nxmi. rrnMMit in - ment, haiu. 
ik ,vrr«, hnlf doaiifi. halt llmhrr. ouitlanding 
Water xupph Oil (> .Malic Jtot watbr $.O-(W)0 

gjM-nl l9TiI M nn plumbinf. wiling, roof, ntc.'r,nod 


low ns I Aslowa.s w 

Shirts, Belts. Hosiery , Neckwear. Hals, Sweater^, Shoes, etc. 
xub^tantialiv reduced 


A Nominal Charge for Alterations 


DIRECriONS; .'t2nulr pwt nn Tr.inx Canada 
Highway, S mile pant DuRsan'R Lake, nee our 
nlgn* 18 m[5i - from Dunnvn' 

Clear Tlile (nr rank nr anaimiie $3,000 morigage 
r -^xlon 4S hour* to flic highest bidder rcgarii- 
k uf pn-v, 


LIMITED 


921 GOVERNMENT ST 


Auction Friday, Nov. 7 — 3 p.m 


AUCTIONEERS 


APPRAISERS 


VlrtorU~FV 4-lS'JI 
Night: r.y 4 ITBS,* K> -VIISO 


Vanentiver— ?MV 5-7S7S 
MgM: KF. )S44M 


Since 1902 





•iir-w* 


10 DuUtI (Cillnilirt Viftorii. B.C., Sm., Nov. 2 , 195 * 


< fans, ToiPins in Spitlle «cAln toniisht. 
Victoria Not unill Nov. H <lo the Flyers 
ir much ^„y other league city 

» si'orc oxryfii Soalllc. 

-L-L-LAju- (o| hAKS TIKKn 

p A m. t’ougrtni, showing wearmcHX 
» « ‘f after playing in .Scaltle Friday 
uni night and riding (he bus to 
» u • >'Pokano yesiciday. put up a 
stiff battle whU'h might have 

w u ii for a hrll- 

Ji j» i« lisni performance by veteran 
” ^ ‘ Kmile yrnnc*«. who tended the 
«u I •! nets for Victoria Jaat neaiion and 
Flyer* thi* sea 
«•*>• at son to make way lor Marcel 
, Pellelfei. 

. . K\ KN ('l.OSFIt 

tVKisted ; 

e tie ui ^ rancis, who misM-il hi* lirsi 
- shutout of the by l. =. 

,r And "I'tuiteV in a 1 1 win 

n their* Vanroiivei ramick* Wist 
ne«/t.-,v, UM* t«v..n ctr»»ft 

ScaMtf ^**»^'*- Onk' 'Si "-:ndv >»• 
kin thf tnained uhen a shot i., de;. ,.. , 

- nian Don Mrlxwl hit the 

_ I |i"K.n»e and tiickled be 

I hind hill. .Mill ihf net. 

I I I ^ ' • 'vg« given gieat sup 

T" - L,”-:.el Ri'pka and Jap 

i •“’f •^‘'"n^''emen 

Repka le-.'i.d throughout iMd 

b '"- ;*e ii„- HfH'ond period 

- ;vhii’h nv®ht have 

nvrwed the rou; .’jf the game 
l-und a iral veiervt coniinu- 
^ Ally br::ki> up Vi' n*'-'-' attacks , 


AsvolABt goal Pranrlt 
War 

II I r A JahAMn Bull XBP 
C JontMua Utslirlo U«Kl'n| 
R»frfAe Btni uncii 

a*r'l«An Jiit>nn> K"Mt«a 
iiBsr rraioti 
I ■*piik«nr M»u iht. Mail 
eriiaUirt Tupwli a 4« Bi 
8r«d.r •nd Rtn lad • 31 Hod 
Ik 01 

HMllMi Piaioo 
J S;:'uan» WKII.ik tLgnd 
II 

’ -wian» H'a.l.rv 'TAp<ilJ 
* Bp'Vanr C JohD'on 'Bi-; 


>apokai»f 
[VICTORU _ 
VaBr«!''“»f 
N Wrttmin«(«r 
kASTtRN IIIVI 
Cemontnri 


If*’'*!' ‘ »«'■ 

I M BiaJl»Y «:, * r«.nl «MlBon 

Vi.j ,g ]7 

rHIRIf M Binu 

\ -■’; tin* Bradlnr iToBoll. A. jAh«< 
j 14 

Topoli IRradltT. RrpK«» 
T V|r‘.-.r;i, lUaiaulajr, AHdar- 


'U)Bn 


• I’l#. MeL»',d anA C )oBn»on 
1 r>ffl 13 u Baikuk i> o. 


KMILK FRANCIS 
. . , almost 


liinnhers" Smilea Toll (ho Star 

Dan YounjT. qimrtcrl>ack aruj fo«m foiloujnfi tholr^. 1-6 win- 
captain of the Vanrmj\er Blue Navy Rams ycstchlay i 
Bombers, accepts the provinrnil Junior dcaih provincial linal 
football champion<hiii trophy from Dr. Park. Blue Bombers i 
Roj;er Paris, president of liie Vancoii* Alberta champions in 
ver Big Four Junior Football League, Cenada junior semi-fina 


\ANCOUV'ER B.C. Lions, trying to win their last 
game of the l‘).v8 Westerrt Interprovincia! Foottiall Union 
.season for coach Dan Edwards, tried too hard laiit night 
and costly fR»nallies figui-ed largely in the L‘ 4 -H defeat 
pinned on them by the champion Winnipeg Blue Bombeni, 
A crowd of 18 , 918 . fans saw 

r^^iine offii-iab pciialize Ihe Etnic Pills boosted the Bombers 
l.ion!i 10 luTU's for 106 yards, ‘oto a safe lead w'lih louch- 
M.iny of the peiialiics came at downs, boih converted by Van 
< MirUl tv 


By 

Walt Dltzen 


Junior Rams 
Take Beating 
From Bombers 


Ne\y Westminster's crippled RojtiIs took a ’i*.i 
thumping at Calgary la*;t night as they cumplelcd a 
iliKhstrou' trip to the eastern division of the Western 
IlfK’key l^-ague. 

Rnv -U. ihrri* tegular 

forwards, were h.-:Ui*n m VN m- 
;iipeg. s ’ and m Kdmonlen V2. 

^tui hnC, won. . 11 , in .'S-‘-Kr*'‘-“'n 
hcfn.i- Ibai r;, e?--. Tliry 
’-..--v.” won RJ-ly two and tied one 
of 11 iianu'^ and have been 
famn-d on V times. 

C A.M rhS TIK 
fn Ia>*i night s o;^. ^ Infer- 
diyi*.;r“.;:l g m e. Vnncou\er, 
j'liii'k.; pmv.’d Iheip si-mnd’ 

• ' riiny lie in •; many night? 

• •.ildlng the Qii- 1 ^ ers to ;i v 3 
nialemste at Siiskstoon On Kn-i 
ii.ty night, r.mu- U-. Aplit —"it 
L’oal* With the Wamoir at W m- 
njpr " 

vs!fl> aitondanre, 

' i =.tMsnn in n ' "i 


Rov B«n FlvrtV Ki.^ng 
se*«n‘r. At.irtcrt t.hiiips roiling 
Willi a g'' 3 t at U 0.1 fti ihe firel 
pcii.kl. Max Mi'kllok, Walt 
Ri.idti’V^ and Chinr,.Jolin?on ran 
ihe count to 4 0 m (he srmnd 
rMTiOfi-sand BradU” and [>U 
Topoll made ii*a rout in the 
fhiid irtTioit before MrUwi 
spMilr.l FramiA* -^uimit hopes. 


Pell. 

l-Ot <;ilT RA( K 
Lmit» lightened there and 
fought hack Jiard, scoring 


and lour of them 
gave the Homtiera first downs, 
PcnaltlcH helped parilculariy 
in Ihe first quarter, when 
Bomber* grabbed a 104 ) lead on 
a eonveii»‘d touchdown by Leo 
l>*w. and a fieid goat by Jim 
Van pell, 

Afier a «eorele*a second 


Al. ATAMIING* 

OP w t, T r A pu 

i« >> a a Ml tar j« 

1« • « I >13 3«3 IB 

I* T I 1 l?a 334 !• 

>• « v 1 ill m 13 

t« » 13 • M m a 

s.- 5 if» WinairH 2 V 9 c. 
Vaiwflutn BdnaguiQ |4. 

aa. Ratina. 

IM7 rtSAL 

OP W i. T r A PU. 

ta U 3 a iT> 143 3t 

t< la 4 a 4oa aoo a« 

i« a la a 331 tii 13 

la 4 n i 3A4 3«a t 

la a 19 1 laa 43 A v 


WinniiMf 

kOmaniAa 

< Aiiart 

ac 


By (J.^RTII WILTOV 


quaiter. Ron Laiourelle and 


Uans 


Trej-raar* 


V'ancouver Blue BomlxM-s, getling iwo^TOrtidmvfi 
t^rformancc:- from ench member of their fioient back- 
field brother net. raptiiri'd the R,C. junior football title 
yesterday at MActtonnId Park, rolling to a .'M-K vicfi'i;. 
over Victoria's Navy Rams in the sudden-death provincial 
final. — 

Blue Bombers, who were un- ‘'h'^ that wa' moie clticienl 
beaten in eight g-imps thi* than ..iar. 

son before meeti g the Rams, striking lor iheir flrsi tour’' 
wlU now piny ,hn Alho.tn 

champmn* in the \^pste^n Can- ^ 

ada junior -semi final. Bombers domitulcd 

r\ . Ihro'.: ’hoi!' .i- their heavier 

^ ?r h / 'h" R-mn' nml 

f-" -"I 

^al callrr. ami > <> u n e a r 
brother George, a powei run- 
ning halfback were the h..,! of I «-o»<l 

Ihe Blue Bomber- • well-drilled valuable 


Uvoninti 

i^'tsnipTf 

C«i«Ar> 

B C UONR 


Rrfr. 


' kicked Ihe convert each time to 
complete the scoring. ITio 
fourth quarter wa.s a«'oreIeMA. 

Birmbers gained i «2 yan;* on 
I the ground and 236 in the air as 
• Van Peh, Barry Rosebomtigh, 
Charlie Shepard I^wvis and Jim 
Tonn between them rompieied 
15 of 3 n paRRPA. 

Dorow completed 14 of 27 
passes for 178 vard* and the 
Lions, mimi* rullhaekc Ta. 


RL«;fNA — Edmonton -run downs with a speriacuiar end 
'*«<k .lohM.-> Biuhl and oa.sk itone raich o| one of Frank 
rtii hew jii - hiifback Jack Hill TrtpDHta’a pitvie*. the other on 
both new irvllvidual We.si a line tun around end. 

-. n Inter- provincial F.iotball HAfil.r.R HCKT 
Lmon na-ordH Saturday as the 
two cluhs wrAmd up their 
t* ;eu 4 » play with a meaningless 
game whuh was a warm up for ^ 

iheir .--emi linaj series siarting 
here next Saturday. 

For Ihe reiv.rrt. Roughrtders 
w'nn it, 1J8-11 to halanee their 
rer.ord with '■Pven w:r— and two 
Ur- tor iheir 16 games. 

rskime- uHlHi' stars Jackie 
Parker and Normie Kwong 
Iwirdl.x at ill. seemefl only In 
tent on that Blight 

would break his owm lushing 
lei’-iHl 0 / 1.6711 yards for one 
sr;; ; ;ii The big fulltuu-k did It 

easily, picking up. unof fldally. 

PH y.ir v: In %,•{ Ihe new record 

;it 1.707 vanls 

KKI OKI) TOTAL 

Hill, an elusive^ runner and 
lop notch pa-*^ l who do*vi 

the plaremeni !/-klng for his 
. ;;ib. Arotrd 1 X 0 touchdowns 
anil kicked conserts for 16 
boosting bis sca.son’s 
loinl lit HA to eaally break the 
former league reeord of 1.31 sel 
last season by Gerry James 
Hill smred one of hi* touch-, 


4 ^’4 


The victory may have been 
costly for the Riders. Mike 
Hagler. Iheir elusive Hiile half 
hit hard in the third 
quarter and helped off the field 
with a badly w renched kni»e. It 
== feared Ihe Injury la aeriou* 
enough to keep him out of the 
twogame »emi-flnal». 

Riders enjoyed a wide edge in 
play, 'rhey picked up 28 first 
ilowns to 18 for Ihe Eskimo.s, 

• •utgained the Edmonton club. 
330 >-ards to 201 in the air and 
2 H 0 .yard* to 115 on the ground 
Fullbacks Cookie Gilrhn*l and 
Biibhy M.irlow, playing {>erhap.s 
his b«»*l game of the season. 
rolle<l up plenty of yantage. I 

K«m Carpenter, with a fine 
end zone catch of a TYipurka 
pass, and Vie Marks, on a sus i 
tamed march by an all-Canadian 1 
.Sask.iichewiin team, got the 
other Rider touchdowm.«. a 

Bright and Don Getiy. who 
qum'terharked the entire game, 
both went over from the one 
yard line for Edmonton touch 
downs. Parker kicked the con 
vert' 


•'*<3 iLu>»y Hu 


r CZJCn WCN'T EA- s:*" N 

** 62 E wbT,.T>»c ^?c 35 as‘ 

CHA. 3 WAN SCAVe 


• 4 ? Ii 33 c*r 

14 3> !>.. ':«->• «na K'lt' :i 44 

04 »R 7 IMr 


He als- kicked a single 
!‘~! .3)1 hlA dub’-i, puntii,;: 
and kU'koff . ’:-r - nnd was Mi. 
le.im :i muiii ruiiAisteni giound 
gainer. ^ 

Hi> brother, Dan. opened the 

i,ig V 4 -||^ „ Aiieyairi plwiige 

and ended n r,v .ai-ing 17 sAsd* 
'in. a keep«»r play late In Ho- 
final quarter. 

D :vp Howie, a -ecofid strii.- 
quiirirrhRck who aiso run^ eul 
of ,1 h.slfhack posHlon. 

V-ir„ imyrr' . other toui Miiriwn 
crashi , over from Ihe ix iahI 
line He kicked Ihe mnv«ur ■ I 
fa» kir Malcolm Brophv m 
.1 hallcarnej in the Navy end 
/one for s ^.-./ety touch. 


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Esquimalt. slating a strong 
second half rally, oefeatMO But 
ler Brother-. 6.3 ycsteiday at 
Royal Athletic Park to advaiwi* 
to the fcecond round of ^omi>eti 
lion for the Jackson I'up. 

Outplayed b\ a wide margin 
!n the (irsi half, EMiuinnlt 
•cored four straight goals m the 
second half lo wipe qui ■; 2-1 
de/hit. They meet Heaneys in end RI’N 
•econd round play. .\avv s r 

George Adams and George scored hv 
Paul pai-ed the Fjtquimalt come f;in\er on 
bark, aconng a pair of gfoala early in th 
each. Alex Stewart and Dave Vancouver 
Wakelin *rofed Ihe other lead 
qulmalf goals. TlR^T or srtcr \ 

For Butler Brothers. George ’ v«r.. .....n i.-iicba«wn *n Ta»Ai< 

Rohhins tallied rwice bnth ’‘V'J’*** ot 4 «ti* 

, . S <11 j \«nio-ivr' 'H'iSKI. 

goals coming m the fu-«,t half - * v*n o.e»r, 

third marker, .voring on a * v«n- M»» 4 r tnach 'Orophr 

penally kick' tale In iIk- 1 .isi v-un,. 

half after Esquimau harl taken qi astir 

a 5-2 lead 


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\ictoii.i Coll - e V ikings. INiiig a romrnlle^t, of- 
I their inexpeiirm e pamtuliy ob- fenc i-, the Vlkii .;-. < ame up with 
vinus during most o| ih»* • ••ntost, their share of scoung chances 
tr>ok a .5739 heating from the hut were woefully weak im«ler 
Vancouver Cloverleaf.s last night the hasket. mt- mg shots that 
I in an exhibition senior A * kms- would have shamed a high 
kelhalj game al Victoria high . hool player, 
school. Ray Goodw'ln. an MaMV-gning 

The Oloverleafs weren’t at forward who umlouhieillv bad 
their best, but they didn’t have more luti than anyone Hse on 
•o the floor, pac**d Ihe Vancouver 

I Bill Gnmer’s Vikings showed club wiHj if) (>..mu .Mike 
flaehes oj senior "A" baskev f’ln.ser and Iconic Itolyoak 
ball hut mvanahly It was their adfJed H and Hi points resi>ert- 
own mist, ihe utther lhan tfiejively. 

OoverleHta that provi*d their- For the Vikings. Ken Mo-I 
d«»wnl3ll. irullii.-h hit for l.’l nomia .uou 


Ilookev Scores 


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Louisians 


Slate, a clawing at teast and almost eerlalnly 
tifmiarl which hasn't played In meant a hid tii play In the Sugar 

last Bowl game on New Year s Day 
Louisiana ^late u now the 
only major colk'ge team un- 
beaten and untied. Colorado 
lost Its Idling yc«lerday when 
clobbei-ed. 2 .T 7 , by Oklahoma in 
a game which meant a chance lo 
play In the Orange Bowl for the 
winning team. 

Iowa All but wrapped up the 
Big 'Ten rhampinnshlp and s trip 
<0 Itie Rose Bowl wilh a 37 U 

|iiest of MlchiCiio 1 


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Sneaking Briefly 


Mimmarv. inc junior a bowl game slnt-e 19 .V), 
rc-iled Oak Bay high r„, by one of its biggest 

fohn "UtPrlHC 1 ,-y for 

o»r4 c-‘!r:70 7, .lahn af unheaten, untied .season" by 
.r«?/a, bI?ir/Ml,!T.,«''iV Mlsaisslppi. unbeaten 

«kmi„ . n ^ untM previously. H O. 

trt KnvaWK 7,"**K«r'i4?-* The line Will wlH Undoubtedly 

UuUlana Slate the, 
r 4 Ti’isi ». No. I ranking for anothet week 


Leads Wolves 


ALL SCHEDULED 


Art Kennedy scored twice to 
lead Reynold* Wolves to a 30 
vlrfoiy over Central Vlseounl? 
yesierday In Lower Island 
iJ»inior and JiivenUe Soccer As- 
smiallon play, 

Complete results: 

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Rumors about the world wiih tIamUlon 'Tiger-Cat* of the wUI box 
champion New York Yankees Bjg F«»ur, has signed a contract Ingemar 
continue lo inflllrale the base- New York Raneem of the 

b .11 world. U,o,. t^nch h.vo «"• •« 

Yankees trading Mickey Mantle . hr^iher- otiempt 

10 Cleveland and Loo MacPhail. ,|, ‘'o 

director of player personnel, gi-neral manager .Muz* P.iHck 

Orloloift. ^ pioniiMpii 

V . ... ». .. 'the lootball sea.son before re- L .. 

Tankees and Indians both nnrime 4.^^^ lu,.*. Famuli v 

have denied the Mantle story, ruresimim *A.iK«it •>< defeati 

11 want I hr round, that ManOr H^'Ta 'wh. J """ S-> • 

would go lo Uw Tnhr tor piloh- rounlrx- b.x mu r» t 

or Herb soon. ou,n..ldrr Rocky Tnr^ ^yrZZ ' Z Z r.'"' *" 

motT pl«,lhlr Hr would l» VM mark Sian > 1 u,l.l, another Mr^rtur V 
an r«TU ivr v„v prcl.Irnr with vrtrr.n, hll 17 and now h.i, .las „,mM m 
the Orlolr. Innklns altar thru . „.rt,,k won on :,»m |„ 

a™,illn< .v,l.in, uhirh t. com ,,, 

slrteied general manager I’aul *e.-i-pied Friday at Carden Stale llulland in 
Richard* weak spot. .i-nt. h»«. 


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TO START 8.30 P.M 


Navy held f)sk Bay Drakea fo an unronverteil 
foiiehto«n hy (,ary Taylor in the fourth quarter 
of their Virforia Fooltiali r^eague playoff game ym 4 . 
fernay at Mardoiiaki Park (o squeeze out a !.*-{> 
vietory in the .second game of the two-game, total- 
point MTiex, ^ 

T»«f loss was Oak Ray’s first in local league 
play in Ihe la.st three years. 

lloWexer, the Hnikes won Ihe series 4>y virtue 
of a .*11-6 win. in Ihe first game and will now meet 
the winner of Ihe Surrey Rams Vancouver Wildcats 
series for the B.(’. intermeiltate chanipUmship. 

The rnurtli quarter of the second game had lo 
be {HTstjioiied until yesterday when fog prevented the 
teams from finishing Ihe game Friday night. 


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dlan quarterback, turned in an- 
other fine game to lead Ottawa 
to it^ hardoamod wm. Jackson 
paxsrt) 10 yards to cikI Mark 
Yoho for one touchdown, later* 
ailed to halfback Bobby Judd, 


It stvnu that tht» curling season Is barely under way, 
but t’onsols playdowas at the Victoria Curling Club will 
start next Saturday with the first two games of a round- 
robin series involving eight rinks. 

All games will be played on :^jturday nights. TIu' third will 


out of the Uig Four playoff 


sevonlti Dec. 1*0. 


U>ok a 44-7 trimming from 
the suddenly-revived Mont- 
real Alouell»‘s. 

HeKull of the game, played 
U'fuie a reentd Dig Knur crowd 
of 2ti.Hi:i ai, ontos Varsity 
Siadnim. the Big Kour 

phiyuff iram$ hut with Ottawa 
hough Hideri upsetting iho 


two |H)ini8, one with a convert 
and the other when a fieldgoal 
attempt was wide. 

Paul prkker. gathering in a 
lOyard pass, got tlamillui'-; 
lone louc-tutuwn in the fourth 
quarter. Cam Ki a&er got Ti Cats* 
other two iiciiiitf with two dead- 
line kick^ 


to .TIM. 

THIKU TI.\IK 

It was the third time in four 
ganie.s that Aloueites had out 
scored the Argos. 

Bus Jack.Hoii. rookie Cana 


Reason for the early start and the strelchetlmul round nibln 
senes is the luck ol enough tee lime at the husiiT thrtnewr VCC. 
The only available iiv, unle.ss f%msols links are willing to play 
lute in the evening or euily .Sunday mornings, is .Salurd.iy 
esemng.s. And not all of ite-se are ojien either. 

Kor lnstan«'e, No,v. h.is lvH»n m*i aside for a ■'•shorty" 
twinsplH. Nov. 'J9 is out heiauso many <»f the Consuls curlers are 
taking p.irt in Vancouver s Toiein Bonspiel and «-ttp «nK u\er lor 
(he ‘.irej Cup game 

After Th-c no the annual Commercial Bonsplal will still he 
going rvc. 'J7 and the HCN Pacific Command ttmaplel will take 
up ilie K-e Jan. .1 With- the rono finals to be played here Jan 
17 and 1*. that leaves only one d.ste. Jan 10. for .n pla>off If one 
is rvH-disl aiut for the *'home'‘ game beiw-wn Ihe twf. Victoria 
winners. The rnne final will again be a lound rohm hidween 
eight rinks two each from the Victoria. Duncan. Nanaimo and 
Alberni Valley cluhs with three draw--. .i da> for the two ila\ ; 

Tony (Jutoskl heads the list of entries with the .same^ rink 
which won the provincial Cona<ila championship la*'! reason— 
Bill Ou^sinn Jr Cary la^ihel and Dale Datzlel. 
rttner eombinatjons.- 

Jack 1-ailigan. Ralph 5»ihmidt, Syd Thomson. I-surie Bmt. 
flar Taylor, Ken Sturrock. Bill Puidy. Laurie Pcriette. 

Boh McIntosh M.irolil Mole. HiU McLean. TVilkle Oardner. 
l.arry M.irshall. Don Mom, Bud Taylor. A. N Other. 

LTiner Hoffman. Hud Whitlcar. D Marlell, <; Plow- j 

\\’e\ Young. Bob Cray, Andy Robb, Charlie Rosa (RCN'L 
W.altcr Stubbs, \\. Kiancls. Krnie Cormack, Llovd Claikso- 
iRCNi. 


Sluiloiils 
Fealiired 
In Rugby 


Protect your 
Machinery . . . 
Equipment, etc 


Huili'nn I »i OtU«» 14 


Alwa.vs Ihprc to make Ihr big .«wvc is 
C’hirago Black Havvk goallonricr (Ilonn 
Hall, who got hb> .stick In way of shot 
from Montreal Canadien Hoorn Boom 


Geoffrion on breakaway. Hawks, with 
Hal] shining in goal as trsual. upss't 
NHL leaders, 4-2, last nighi. — (i''PC’) 


league • rhampion Hamilton 
Tigac-C'ats. 14H. at Ottawa. It 
will take the last games of the 
•son next fiaiunlay to diNhile 
whether Montreal or puawa 

1; ‘.‘‘hi ■ siT'»nd 

.4am "Tiu* Kifh" Etcheverry 
W.1S b.ick in hu be.st ]»,m as he 
;>'i1 Alnueties to their rruehing 
viciory while his teammaies 
kept Ronnie Knox iiijder pres- 
I - throughout with ch.'irgihg fjp,( pj^ce 
. which had the. *'i Iniden 
Imiv ' running around despriate 
:>• trying to avoid lackliTv, 

Ki.-h.-M-rty |ia»..s4«d f-:-. 101 

' -'d-: the first lulf as Alou- 

• :t. . piled up a 2»V0 le.id, wliicn 

ittiey to 4 | ;t bideie T»‘ 

:---ito avi'ided a shutout with a 
Ute toiichd .-. .. 

Bim.I.I TNT DEFFNCF 

r. ... Montreil touchdow;-, 

• ■ With the help of the bnl 
t defensive teanl. Hal P.it- over H.MC Tentuie at Naden 

Irr.'-on . .1 Dickie Hunter Inter- grounds, 

crpied pa ' ; and 1’atter‘on ‘ I Oak Bay Reils and JRA \ re- 
-Jim Mdlf. ^:,. .ped up Toronto niain deadlocked for nmner-up 
fur...... . on pla>s which led to points behind the 

m;»ior v^re.^. Whites 

HiimetfW RtU Ik-wley led , n i , to.. il 

Ih. Mon.„-iJ wnne. ErMlne lx m.hop ol JRAA,,wllh 

n..mu nn two (,Hrt gaah tl.o 'Tt- ''l'" >"!' -"‘"I seller 

v. rl. 0 ,101:1. and a loin h- * >-"■ * 

d -wn. Hr- sa“rminied for .HI 11 ‘‘'nverts, Harry 

flrsiquaiirr {...inl.s. Red (Y. Turner two tries Ross Irving 
Quinn pn-k«'d off two of Klehe *Hridge one apiece. 

v»rry p ..v*. for touchdowns, Rekler Crt/, three tries, led 


TARPAULINS 


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Boston Brums Hosed in 
on MooIivh! (.'anadtons 
yeslerday, r.xlenriing their 


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the Boston • games, 
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: N-lutnl h!= own r -al. It hit the 
of th^ t’«d and Ritfour 
swoofH'd down on it and puxhisl 
: 11 into Iho uften gu.al. 

Knc Nr'.terenko made it l!fl 
in the la.st minute of the fu-si 
IM-rind and Edilie LH/enb«M ger 
»ne time Canadien. got hi.< IhOth 
NHL gi'ial in the second perh-d*^ 

It appear)>d all over when T-^l 
Sloan made Jt 4 0 ,-i{ S'>4 ol tho 
laat fipnod but Canadieas .sud 
denly -=me to life. Jeanfiuy^ 

Talbot and Dickie Moore scored vv^v•K^.t 

10 put them back Into rontenilon «l.iv In 
snd they app^ arfsl to be in ron Rowling 
trol of the game when Boom 
B«h'>m Ceoffrion ended the rail*. 
bv getting a major penally at 

11 17. 

(OMT.V I'ENAI.TV 
t:. ■sffrion amashed Jack Evans 
Into hoards and tt..: veteran de 
fenceman Singl’d |,,.i h»‘jd. op*’n 
mg a rut which cost Geoffnon 
five minutes. 

Defenremnn Tim Horton's 
first goal nf the -mn. a hl.ir 
■ing lre<l .shot from Ju*t Inside 
Ihe blue line which found thr 
nels nn the short ide, won Ihe 
came for the last place Ia*afr 
• who trmied by 01 and dur 
ing the game. 

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McRae Rules 
Fivenin Event 


Among the matters to be dixcus.sed today at n meeting nf 
Ihe Vancouver Island Curling A.ssorlatinn are arrancemenis for 
Ihe annual Island championship. It -s the hope heie that --me 
changes will Iw- ma«le 

This event for the Dominion Hotel lro[>hy. should he for 
rluh rinks only but In previous vears It ha» been open lo an> 
ctimhination of curlers from a club and the result ha.s been a 
duplio.'ition of championships. 

Th,^ true I.sland championship rink l.s the rink which wins 
tlie 7one Con-Hols pUydowns and the Dominion Hotel event «hould 
b# fqr Huh rinks, which would do away with "slacking" and give 
every curler a chance to compete. 

Rule' governing Ihe Island "cluh" championship could he 
simple. No rink could take part unles.s It had ^ minimum of 
three- regular members.’ Only one suhsiltuilf-n would he |»er 
mi(t‘*d and it would have lo he a player of equal r;.nV to the nne 
unable to compote. SiihstHtiilnn nf skips woultl rot he permitted 
Each the Dl.ind clubs would set Its own rules a= regarding 
the* method of deciding its rvo rinks for the final and would see gnry to 
that substitution rules were followed. Olympic 

Making this competition open to rluh rinks nnlv would l am not exj 
sure, he a fKipular move. Ifs certainly worth wn.sidering today. »:ames. t 


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Croup Includes u.s^ and 
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FINANCIAL WORRIES? 


NKTV YORK iCPt— George md Bell. NFL commls.sioner. 
Halas .xavs the day of the un this Is the year of the three 
beaten team In the National stage rocket and beating the 
Football League has ended. Bert Rrnwna Is a three stage proposi- 
Bell nods affirmatively. But lion. 

Paul Brown keep* winning foot hourI.I.S PKORUCM 

ball games. Specifically. U Is Jim I.ee 

As the NFIw reaches its 1938 Howell s problem tod.v. Tlie 
halfway point iuda>. there i .v^,^ York Olant.s coach must 
no indication that he (a going xtop Jimmy Brown, Bobby Mit- 
Ipse any. y' PheU and Milt Plum. 

If Brown, whose Cleveland jf ,he olant.s fall they'll have 
Browns have a .VO mark good losses with only six 

JK- a iwogame lead In the g^ntes lo play and only a col- 
Eastern Conference, were the py Browns could keep 
boastful aoit he might »ell i^ern from winning the eastern 
Halas. head of Chicago Bears, mjp 


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ALHERNI Alhernl Athletics 
completiMl u •<W4vp of their 
weekend exhibition haskothall 
.cries with Vancouver C Fun 
here .Saturday night py scoring 
a 7971 win. 

Athletics, who have won five 
of iheir six g.imes Ihi.s .sra.son. 
won by a tI7 f>2 count Friday. 
They play F'ort Lewl.s here next 
Friday and Saluiday nights. 

Doug Biinham was high 
scorer last night with 21 points 
for the winners. Ken Larsen 
added 17 and Ijince Stephens. 

I who fouled out early In the 
.•ieconil half, scored 1.1. 

Ernie Nyhaug was high man 
for C-Fiin.s wMh 13 points. Don 
.Steen. Ed Wild and John Hynd- 
man each scored 11. C Fun ace 
Rob Pirketi scored««ight points 
in Ihe first half., didn't see any 
second half .iction. 

Spoits Wild 13-2 Minor 


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of 1941^ and 19-L3, he may be 
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son fate of these same Bear 
teams, both of which went un- 
der In the playofCg. For over 
m the \Vestem Conference, Ihe 
unbeaten Baltimore Colts, has 
mairhed Ihe Browns’ five vie 


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NEW YORK (APl-lngemar 
Johansson of Sweden Friday 
was named the No. L heavy 
weight contender lo champion 
Floyd Patterson by Julius Hel. 
/and. president of the world 
Championship committee. 

The eommlMee's rankings 
listed Nino Valdes of Cuba ns 
the No. 2, contender and Willie 
Pasirano’of New Orleans as 
No .1. 

Yvon Durelle of Bale Ste 
Anne. N B . was rated No. 3 
contender for Archie Moore's 
light heavyweight title. Harold 
Johnson of rhiladelphta was 
rated first and Tony Anthony 
of New York, second. 


Prune 


Thiiiulerliinls 

Beaten 

BFJXINGIfAM lAPl - A 38- 
yard march In Ihe third perloil 
gave Western Washington a 
’i019 win over I’nlversily of 
British Columbia In iheir Ever 
gn^n Conference game here 
.Saturday. 


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4 cords $21.0C 

Coarse Fir Sawdust 

3 Units by Blower $I9.! 

3 Units Bulk .....SI2.I 


About vixiiors sought In 
formation at Ottawa'a Central 
Elxpertmental Farm last year. 


Hand Picked 


New and Kxeeutlve-Drivcn 


’58 FORDS AND EDSELS 


Peek’s Workouts 
For Intermediates 

Horkey practices frtr this we«»k 
for Vk'l«rl)kis,,,^o Intermediate 
hockey teams ire as follow*: . 

V'lcR. formerly called On 
lennials. practice tonight and 
Thursday at Memorial Arena 
from 1011.30 pm. City teams, 
now calleiJ Area, works out 
Tuesday frtmt 10-U.30 p.m. 


You ran praelioally name yemr own price on a trade-in 
ind we will allow yon almont anything np to Sl.l.ftfi.M 
MORE THAN YOI R ( AH'S WORTH! We must make 
rtMim for new 1950 modehi! 

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RM.TIMOKK <AP>— Bal- 
Ibnorr ( olt« HnlurtUy In- 
rrfMvwl Ihrlr rooler to Iho 
Niilloiial FiMbhall 
Hmli h> ^lKlllnr iMick Ava- 
lu« ston<* a punlor. 
Sitiiic, '*7->>*Mr-«)ld Krudimto 
of ’Hyiartisi*. romi«‘rtv play- 
I'd uiih Olta%ta Itmith'RM- 
rrn of IIh* Biu Four l^caKUA. 


LONDONiRcutorxl— Arnriial. Norman hack al ronlre half, 
the onehifif powerhointo of tnu- Bolton vmtp shut out, JO, 
Il«h aui'cer. moved another atrp home hy \Ve.st lUn4. who w 
along the eomehark trail ^tui- piomotlon ftom the Bccuntl 
day with a 3 2 victory over New- vtvton only thia year, 
casjle United that kept the a crowd of W.OOO sow new 
North London squad In Itrnt ‘-BMUii-ed Jimtii.h in 


an ' se up a t goal lor Ar finally achieved their first away 


FROM VICTORIA RETURN 


Its te.*tl In six isiinih nn top ol 
the third division. .. defeating 
ChesterfieJH. 2 1. while Exetei 
held a one f*oim lead ovei 
U-uveiMty Cll> In the primih 
Ihvisim., blanking nMdiMid. 4 0 
In Ihe ^ivoltlsl) Fnsi Division, 
Mniheiwejl woii ,i mii’ial game 
JO. over league (r-admg He.irls 
of MidliithiHn to ciiine withtri 
one pniot of hearix. Ayr I'mied 
heal |iumh,uion. J 1. n, stay on 
top in the Sei'ond Division. 


Araciial. rallying from three 
dixmal M‘ason.s. kept narrowly 
ahead of Preston North End. 
Each team has 20 points, hut 
Arsenal has a better goal aver 
age. I 

Preston kept pace with tl»e 
I.nndon team by downing Thel 
'•ea, 20. VVesi Biomwieh Albion 
and Luton Town remHined a 
point behind the two leadeis. | 
I UV.-it Bromw Ich riumi>ed the 
deiemhng league champtmi 
! Wolvei hampion Wandems. J-L 
at home while well-balanced l.ii 
tun Town defeated lowly Aston 
Vdla by the H«rrje score. | 

The Victims of the da>'s onl> 
real upsets weie Tottenham 
Hut.s|nii and Builun Wandeieis 
The Spiir.s, who finally had 
.s1aiie«l the lone climb inward 
ttie lop. were iiuuiucd. j 1. b\ 
filaie Maiuhc«.l**i fHlv dr 
spite having talented Maurice 


senal. still unbeaten at home 
this season. 


win u( the season with a 2T de- 
rwion over Leed.s. - 


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expected e.xeiTise as his mount, Lan- 
sallos, sprawls on turf during recent 


('reslow Steeplechase at Newbury, 
Kngland. I forse named Cardinal Wolsey 
won. — (CPCI 


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NEW YORK — There U no doubt that Eddie Arcaro 
is the greatest jockey in all the ape.s of racing. You 
ran t an argument on that from Belmont to the half- 
mile mill rings of the country fairs. They measure him 
against Snapirer r.anison, Tod Sloan and EarJ Sande and 
he wins all the mythical stakes that never can i>e run. 

Uc WHS A fdmou*^ rider long bcloiy. J.0c , Louis f oiiyht a 
muln eveni or .Ihp IhMnggio maeje o big I'oHguo hit. But he 
*.iill rides' .i.s if h.r wcie an appicntiie buv Mufflmg for a 
teputatmn. 

I have neter hi'onl Air«io ifimplidn about the hd/xm1s of 
hn sport. Vtr t4 a gt.id Jinie nTBn W'ho doct. a lot of laiighjng 
Knty lurnd a loi of litem otit of their girainrs.^ hut 11 not 
outlined Aichios appirt'iMion of Iua r«nten>|MHHties 'fhiMi* 
xie many (nniaiH'ex when he «nuod^ h'i if lie w-piv Wilhc Siioc 
maker* manHSCi. .Mam Hihleio believe what ihe\- have 1* 
(teimaneiii atHf Anaiti been a i;4«e iidei ao long 11 would 
he Ingiral foi him to Hssumc that his laJcfU was « tiuph.v Uiai 
l» hifc foie\ei. 


Ar^t 1 I 


Leaders 


LONDON '('!•' SlAndlr.B'* qI 
the English and .^l oliith Sorcei 


Leaguet. including Saturday’.s 


games, lop teams; 

INtOMn I 


Hesulls 


do «o mans- aihletex, ihftf LONDON • Reuici «•- Result* 
be demeaned 1 remember n| Rughv Union maiche* in the ? 

maker 1 diopped bv ihe United Kingdom Sutuidat . q!, 

h«i<l lust returned fiom a iik»i wh'»h ivrritvtnusti, iimi, seuimnd 

KtOt .1 Wl • « 

vrtdin tfiifi me. wtio ix a 1 1. «>>*.* ijm... 

g. Me should be giving u& •<•1 is-- « Pnrt Vi> 

J _i - . . I* YmtA Ctl^ 

n\ pounds A/KI it <*g«n** > ifvt iiA*l WniVAit 

• f¥i 9 

^ . .... K9 riAl 9 MII9M 

the other night in Tool-s l -*.* n t- r. ■ 

1 i.i a 11 %i« HI s 

lo mn for him bettor than « ’i i n • a 

M*' inv.n« 4 . 

I .1.1. rf W. -.*- *1 .M -- :. 

gu\ at Ihe lahlc i ,mh- p.*,.. jt 

. • , , .... Ht.'an.n.It- LjKW". 

1 If I knew. Id do l(. K.»4 n par. 1; I|4->.|.n4)r' IL 

hr does M ‘ <. * 

ur ijw.s 14. Man. IV,.,. % 1L 

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liiKier Ihe labir v>nk .1 imaiHi fi v«i<. a 

TO. • You got to have the 

I lememhri a fall 'Shoe' sun..* f*..i.Bv.iijii j nain w 

is horse went down In tJie L.fi>'sj.’ Sli 1 nui-iMIt ^ H<U HirK Si - . ' 

the hoi.se fui-n* right over ^ fT-l'n’”. Pu,..., 11 -..v.,. « 

aklds away fionrhim and v r..»«i iw-a 

ISH’K* s 

*• M»“ • H JT <M« IIiI'.MiiImic. JI 

• frills buf he get* uo with '' T’»eu» H.*f.ii«: ji iwii r.uiuv« 1 
I remember a horse I wax a*-’m,ih-- 1 « 

-I »i.rt Ml rwi in (ioni nr i.r,;'..;,'',;' 

'M'ing touched at all. You He>u.«.i .n i»4 M- .-on) Ta '-ti h 

l>.«...|i> n U-Ort-Si .Sort TORO.VTO «CP' .New Ptovi 
ker was unlucky when tie p-r.,.rtrtr s deuce, owned by .Mr. and Mi* 

lucky Derby when he mi» **''‘‘*“* ^ E P. Tayloi of Toiomo, scored 

'Via'' 14 victory ^Naiurday m 

ling (01 A niAn like R^tph 7 tmaji) Si/7 000 Cup And SAurv*r 

lie IS Me B^ve Shf>e' five [tX'-tr. t. n.--k. r. it. Handicap at New Woodbine 

Ibai's luck working for a h ^rl« • <Hdiuo. >■ ' park 

OHoH-ttfirM %. W Mtr><iitrn }) | * ... 

H»ft*h’ !' Ci>iir(.«a I.’ I The two year old loli finished 

flay Sail while the heavily - 
barked favorite Bull Vic was 
ihlid. more than two length.s 
beliind Ihe wmner 


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Ham.iivn 
Arkrort'b ^ 
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Slo'lon 

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(toch woy on a round trip excursion) 


*'Vmi look ’a blast at the snip at Churchill Downs." a man 
reminded him. '-s" 

"That was constructive rriticlsm/' An'aio said "The f>eib.i'* 
the greatest ta<e in the world. The English Derby can't com 
pai^ with It. You got hoi'ics worth a million dollars running 
in it. They should lun over a good track. Anyway, they fixed 
It after I knocked II. It's unfair, like in Ihe match race with 
Na.shua and .Swaps in Chicago 1 was on a dry path and oiei i \ 
here ‘Shoe’ was In mtid thjit deep. Tracks shouldn't be that J ■ 
way. with path.* and lioles," w ^ rtk. 

He crouched foi-waid afid tills time his motion distuibed ••"m* »♦ ssmui 

the lahleclnih. He was mas-saging hi* recently injuied leg It ^\a,**** *”** t«» 

was still discolnied fram the brace he had worn while riding > u>*r» sun Mtonm. pin»t puri- 

.ha. “'a m.„ d~ . c..,. o, „ 

*I got lo gel going he said. Ill hr up when all you ^ vi«ur r«« Umn« zoiiitkM 
hums are sleeping. I m riding tomorrow." i»#r4otndt. rim* 


Qantas is the joyful way to Waikiki! And the new 
15-day limit round-trip excursion fare of $248.60 
is your invitation to go noul A«k your travel 
agent about it right away-or get in touch with 
QANTAS, Hotel Vancouver. MU 4-8231. If you 
prefer, send us the coupon below for all the in- 
triguing information. 


Selections 


To Q.ANTAS, Hotel \'anrmivei. Vsneouver. B. C. 

Plps*e tend me complete information on the new Qantai 
reutvd-lnp excursion fare to Hawaii. 


Got Ixtro Yoari of Sorvlco, Wormth 
and Comfort with Thia Oormontl 


Round Trip, 15-Itav Idmit 

Hrr* I* whal roM ha** V*ta )no»in| t«ir 
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Tao all lb* laela . . . beaaillol eolat 
talderv mabe voor balel aad . 

taaMfv rvvervaliaa* tabe ear* at 
•*eeTlbi*t. Wllk Maaev’a, aR Ibal'v 
itn rai va* i« *• l* *•>*« va*r«*if. 
loai park yaar Vtf* Br ataae vooW 
b* U»«r* la a mallar of koar* 

^v.vy". ifi 

BIANEV8 Tru^I Service. fbmII*V>V ^ 


Hama ot Ariiona i<*4*. *ao 
^ 0,0 WmI • lt«le*r ^aw,t»p 
Mi>-wHoe« at biphar laaen. 
i^. taaaa'a** fttaarcb aed 
aUctraa»t^ compiHar vaM*r. 


la ana at iba narton v t>aa4 
IrviM**^ tarmw-a *-•*«. pro* 
t4no44 a*t*i. ta4**e. 
aieiaat aa* vaoatablav A 
tnandly. Intarmal raoMnunOy 
m AmariMa a* appla pta. 


Tb* Wait » ioait a-ai'*ta 
toa>n Otta’aapta laataai 
Cimelbad Ma«nt*i« an* 
P*r»*i*a Valiev eMarl ar**« 
ArH «n* re*t4i cwoae at Hia 
t*w*bwo*l. 


Waraian Timula Caw4*r tar 
la Apatna Trail, tvpa*- 
ttiiian Maeaiatn. Tant# 
Nat-anal Manyaiaet. »aaia*at t 
Dam an* Canyan lab*. 



Iillu (SatdnUt. ft.C 1} 

Synd*r, N»v. 1, 1t$l 






wliich wjil an p«limafrd 
SliXt.Ol^i'inS and (aK<‘ 

\hrr^ \cars to hiiild. was <les- 
rrttwt hr th«* naNT a> "nne 
of ilie mujft ff*atS 4 >mr 
of wai **v<T 

The rruEhly N’es.Hol will t»e 
able h» huri Ihr Polaru inirr- 


pORTStMOlTH. N H <JiV) 

— Til'* nf a nth'lear- 

poweied tMtlisIlr Mth 

marine Ma- laid v:s(uniay as 
the Pofismoutii \uval Slti{> 
yaid bec;au (he m^iktest prvjett 

ill tiA N 

The Ti.Wii) ton sulnna'ute, 


has not yei 4>een naane^l. will 
be one of (he Iai4H'at ever 
const 

Her displacement will ap 
pn»arh twice that of the 


famed Naulitua. first atib to 
croM the North Pole, and the 
navy said site’ll ‘’make tn« 
Nautilus look like a Model T. ' 


British rtrifiin is aambod (n 18 Advertising made its first ap 
per rent of ail Cunaduiui. penratice In Canada In the Hall 
Krench origin to 31 p«>e rent. >fMs Gazette in 1752. 


mediaie range tialtlstic iniMdle 


1*he n»*w aubinei sibir which 


hold a (all tia/atii in thi> |iaitaii 
hall on \>'i‘dtii‘;<«l;iy irom 2 until 
pm. C.inoM T W will 

offli-ially |hi> affaii ai 

2 p m 


EILEEN PARKf-:n 
. . marrying again 


TO SCOTLAND 

In.m srQ- by 

ool air 

, • : $460 


Nanu\s in ihv Aru\s 


in the OLD COUNTRY 


Srair •l«-aa>«SI|> ■•Ulaia airflS? tH|SU 

ta I Hrn»a far (.Sttiimaa 

If >aa t>* pianniNi • viall !• iSf alS UnS (ar Ika Salia«r aaiaan— 
.V()H i» ika lioa la raao«a ?a«i aKatatklii ar alilUu >«nieVajlailak. 

irs I..ATKII riiA\ w>f iiiiNk: 

.N|KS'ial ( iirNiniak aa ling of Ifullaiid Anieriea Line 
*'K\ iitlam** Ih'c. IMh, New )ork to Cobh. 
Southampton. I.o'Mavre. Rotlerdain. 

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" 


MONTRE.\L Mr. Ju-^inr lOi* roronaii.i. 
Andre Oemers ruled IM ^ii|)erior Ked '-irpf 

Court Fiidav .hat a ’marriage ’’’• 
cannot be dwaolvaHl becau.<e one 
partner has not b«vn baptized. * * 

He rcje<’l»*d an pnconiesletl FnANKl'CRT. 

petition for annuimeoi brought d 

I'-lilk Pre^b 

by a wrfe. amt noted that the 
Privy Council hod refu«.pd to datcl by Preeley 
reriignize failure of bapti»nt as Krankfurt. vaytt 
giound for annulment. nnurh m»er 


Special 

News Correspondent 


to provide exclusive 
on -the- spot coverage 
and analysis of News! 


WASHINGTON - PresWen! 
Klaenhoner will go to Seattle 
Nov. 10 to address a meeting of 
Colombo Pact nations. 


For the first time in Canada, a spcs^al radio news bureau 
has been established In Ottawa, lyier the directfon of Sam 
Ross, veteran Canadian refiortyi. editor and news com- 
mentator. dhts bureau will provide penelmllng first-hand 
news from Members of Parli/ rir-nt and Government; and on 
North American and Intcr;;ational affairs as they affect this 
area . . . bringing to v^r news listening clear quotes and 
.sharp detail spocIficA.i^ for radio broadcast. Mr. Ross, a 
former Rxcnilive ^Mitor with The Canadian Press in West- 
ern Canada. ha-» -serN'od in .senior news position.s in almost 
every key city of Canada and brings to his position a most 
complete hazltlog of practical experience in news reporting 
and di.s-^’^mination. 


EDMONTON l.cMrr Prtpsm, innugu 

yi*<t^Tday urged a thorough re preMdenl of ihr I’nlvcr 

examinallnn nf r.mada'^ ^lly of Waihiniflon Krlddy . 
fence policy and Ha economic * * * 

Implicatinna. He suggested Can 

ada may bp goiting Ip in« JOI.IKT 111 I>a\hl Bi'n*a»n. 
deep. ' a U year<»l<l Boy .■><-«*ui wh'» »ele 

* * a plunirri hl» m"iher Friday he 

would ti«> a little late arriving 
EDMONTON— I. \V. fJranI tuime from achnnl. wv found 
^faeKwan of Calgaiv wo» nhot to rb-aih Saturibiy In a 
elected new Jeadei nf the Al- wo'Mied ravine near hi- 'loinr' 
herta Liberal party lant night ’The bt»dy wa«t dispovered b> 


First IN OTTAWA 


20 YEARS’ 
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With a Radio News Bureau! 


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are .jiving wonderful recep- 
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They also have miniature 
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Mr. and Mrs Tye who h.-»ve 
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VATICAN CITY - Enough 
BCJirlei and gobl drapes to hide 
an ordinary cathedral are being 
hung In St. I*eter's ba.silica fot 


Half of the fun of a vacation in 
Europe is getting there . . . when 
you let us take you! .Vow' that our 
amazing new jel-prop Brifannias 
are flying the Polar Route, your 
trip to Europe is better than ever! 
Even experienced air-travelers are 
•urprised by the sheer comfort of 
flying Britannia; the spacious, 
luxurious accommodatton.s . . . th^. 
smooth, speedy flight . . . jHie 
friendly hospitality of ey^fyone 
concerned. 

Hospitality, of cqutse. has long 
been a tradition with Canadian 
Pacifle. We'rt famous all over the 
world for the way we pamper our 
fueuid. It's something you really 
should judge for yourself . ..toon! 


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14 9atlj( (Titliinill Victeri*. I.C.. S».. Nov. 2, 19M 


-JOOTAB*.* jCT BOC»l r 

fBO« AH 

5KV ATT|/,»^ 
TO OtSCuE CP.:*.r^ 
maoT'n ntoM iPAct 


(Miikrn ni •.,uip >mII mok-^ 4 mo»i v,il»i 
Ah|p mulching inAteiiol for ynui peren- 
luol flov.etr onnuol hedv. iihruh^ ond 
rvon v»*jjp»jth1. If Anuid Iw 
thtiufih fo Him#, n m Iho diy for now 
ond ipply »l m ih»* fcpiinr. 

D*»n’t bo rn too big •* hurr>' lo «pr<*«| 
it «rr>und yoUr pianli for snrfNce 


Gl^niOLlH sroKAOK — iL. E 
Victoria' Clad biii’. should he sioiod 
for ahnui /our wookr- ofloi lifting m a 
tomiroraluro botwron 7u and J’-l do 
Wbon ihr wv/.onod. old bulb can 
ho lutMcd r»f( from tho baio of thr 
ni*w -orm. rtp«>nmg 15 complete^ and 


" ^ . rannovou. sooptua. 

WHEOEMtEKW, AAM^POSEXPCN BLAZE. ukVlVSIOB CAPTAiN.OL' 

B.AZE^'tES) IVSAKT WAbNAdeEVOU, AT |W> fiAJI ib n^id BlPOY &OT.' 


bvMit ' 

WbERE KK. 


the bulbil should he cleaned up and 


*iagc, the young scalca . . 
by sponging with hall 4 ten 
Malaihion in a pint of ..>P 
ihey are alloved fo giow i 
adull stage, hmvevei iimu* 
rlihar. lii'^viW'idr* wtU |mmv 

ahell. 

If there air too " n ir 
off •••• the , .j.-if of , 
fiiii.iiihg tin III with ruhr.i 

( V. Illi «M l.j}’ |Vp; fill.-,;! 

I-. I .r Hi) m < j • 


keep.s the soil from watmmg up as i( 
should. 

< AMri.i.iA r'ROTi>:< TioN— <v r . 
Vii'iniia' MosI of the I'amelli.**.*^ groun 
heieabmit^ Jie *lte vanety 

hirh aie quite haidy and need no 
pioieiTliin extvpl to th r - a 
loratin.i !.r{Jeied ftt*m t'“- rinn li 

*.*iii»| hi«d<> aiiil i-ftih h|r-:*inrTl^ <<r 

fro-.ipd. hui ihi ■. <aii wiih 
• Iflnd lit . 1\ -r'*.ete fii*^!;i|i «t pjn 

Ir. ircl from itie r.ioiiiinjj wun 'ntll thrv 
•'o In oiii *|rm'U' Kor 

th. ;,,:,on t Mesi fH northwevi wall 


ANPiaoftuiNbio 

TAjcwrrwHiw 

f^TttMfcgwfnaQ 

wtm Blaze 

riEi:aiAj<dAlL 

BECO^PUtOtfS 

UPOK MEAVlAd 

TUEOa.KtiM 

BlAZE5 

VO»C€.' 


(Il'A, in 

Reiler fnllnw i*j, •• \ 

lieAlmeMt four r,. 

rail'll Ihe f.r •,■ geriPiAi 

fi-'to the rvr 

MAM RE Mt i.f tl_ir; 
ii.MA' Vnui pile n| mlve^t 


WMV NuT SHAM£ 
HIM INTO IT. 
'-n TOOTSiE 


. WHEN VOU GO our 
r TONIGHT. W€A« AN 
7s. OLO LAMPSHA 06 

1 - fci hat I 


BLCNOtE -NMhAT 00 
1 00 NOW r THE Bis 
-•i LL'GUKeSlT.'r-- 


OAPLIN(i~ 

HOW 

BEAUTIFUL 


i-*- * .niet In 

f>' II hairbf’" 


Iviiax fnimula fm- killing wenK 
‘ideling juih- and rtuvewiiM. 
I one fMiuod per fiv' gallons of 
i *r enniigh of the t diilion lo 
' the il ihnrnitghl’ . 


HOW^ 


Sinionds Told ^lontv 


I-A*4-pi^MVe€« 

O&ttKAlMCC 


Ago VOX 

BECT-? 


ft‘J6.AC-5(ZAU.,fT*«*-i 
VOLUME TMATCOUWT«J|VrrH 
the coma a MfHOfV,T>«y 
tVlLLTHAM*: UC PVOM T»« 
50TTOU or T>c« uu* ^ 
^ OMTtfULHKAgT*/ M 


hr; . r - y vLpre vrr\ well 
lt•ii-.r.! at : I},;, learned the 
enr!; of W.r ba'ttlelield which 
count for •. much and --- r- so 
many lives When f i«rw them 
into fes. i pr. f.^re tha 
1 / the ff.i -- mainland, 
they had br-r'omr one of the 

Eighth Army veteran divi- 
sions 

Taki"; ,n over II lo«.k at the 
rampaign that bee»n July 10. 
19-1.1 Montgomery find “it had 
art unsatHfaeiorv endinf In ihat 
of lyr f;erman fro..;, on 
n Island g»*l 4wa.» arro? - the 
Slratl. of M-- ;na lo Italy, and 
thK when we had complete air 
and naval •premA.v 


VEn >g: , 

tXOCATT.^', .LAiU, HAVr rOU / 
AlPS'i-. T -,-r JVfiOOii- 


! by the wartime C- ‘ .n 
'Army commande;. *n ine 
nptti«---i o| Kn-id Mars;. ' .Mont 
"omerv 

In hJs memoirs to »•. p;.;.:;.h- 
«-d tomormw Mont 

gomery reralU diffiruli de- 
■ Sfejon” he had to make . irly In 
the Ulan -ampaign when M. 
.Naughton in Malta with = parly 
'f staff offpi . . wanted fo visit 
the t anadianv fighting a« part 
of Montgomery - Kichfh Army 


TVCDULLAVC JTUBeogW 
lOB ma MOT COOWATE , ‘ 
EVCEuEDCy; fiOTHAv^-AH* 
CO? THE Agwy TO 
. «EgYOL.’etTHe-vTO I 


[ EVi?/SAIM£W-i., -jS 
} ^AV. WACS?viN‘^V< 
\ SWOOPS 0C‘.VN OM 
SX. BACM£lOR£, 
Ll<E A VULTUag 04 
I ACWC<SMCDOCT.V 


bachelors//- 4H GOT A NEW 
C^AlTHS VAB/.'. a *RU<^iAN 

0OULETTEWEDC>N.V-irAH T 
LIVESTWBOUGM fT.bO' 

pays double .*r- , J 

■— ^rrttr-. ' 1 / 


^P-TH'eussiAN Fwer J 
orrrsouNDS ALiL 
UNA «A E R] CAN ~ BUT AM 
LOVES TH' FREE. ^ 


'H-ginnmg to rind tneir.feei Cuy 
.Simonda the divisional mm- 
minder, wa young and inex- 
perlenred, it wa* the first time 

he had i-ommanded a divwion 

in bailie" 

.Montgomery wro.e that he 
W!A determined the Canadians 
muvi be left alone and.be wat 

not going to have General Sim * * mes.sage to Malta at 

With vi- iioi<- >ng that ibe wuii he p<; iponeit 

Monignmery that aftr 
the Sicilian r.nmpaign ended M 
T Naughton was hie guest at h 
T-vormina headquarters. 

Me adds- ’I have not seen 1:1; 


MA2B.FD 
UP FREE 


GEN ^NArcMTON 


GEN. .SIMONDS 


Time jf w’e were fo 

exploit Aurt— m Italy before 
the winfri «rt m he writes. 
■W> tof.K "'me five weeks fo 
compleir the -.tplui.- of Sicily 
and the English Army suffered 
11*000 rasualliek With clnxe co- 
ordination of the land, ah and 
ea effort w-e would. In mv view, 
have gained control of the i.«land 
more quickly and wirh /ewer 
rasualhe* ” 


ondv bothered 
•.‘.hen he w»= engaged againat 
first late German troopx. 

riowever. to make 
went to see Slmond* and asked 
h»m 1/ he would like McNaugh 
■ on to rome to ;iy Hlf rr.-.Sy 
w-i: Immediate - “'For Gr^ x 
-^kf keep him away ' fm 


liy Sheilah Graham 


their Rrllish naval inielllgence for Ihe 
unhl «um of alightly le» than $100 
lilt a ‘'Me wanted the money to buy 
h-avk a painting. ' l.aurenre Har 
'ey. who Atarv as rrahb In ‘The 
Silent Enemy." fold me It*« a 
fine movie and the Brltbvh co- 
opeiated on Ihe undenuanding 


that the entire Portsmouth ept 
aode be elaminaied. 


auec 
I’M SAjerf 
WATCH 


In mily Ltiider'a '.My Staler 
and 1 Audrey Hepburn will 
play the two title roles Audrey 
V curremly winding up "Green 
ManMona* at Metro. 


John Rromfield'x new T' 

.«f=n, - : •- Marshal." will h 

made a feature movie 1 

De<-emher by hi- De«i|u 


Paul Robeson hae signed to 
siar aa Othello at Stratford on 
Avon, with Rrltlsh star Mary 
I re aa Deademona. Robeson alao 
plana lo live mnre-nr k per 
manently in England. 


rAVTAKINC^MT^t 


WA9kT THAT PAMA OUT TWEfiF 


C«CWOlNS?OH,Ne. 
WfhE WALXING NOT 
■ TAK/NGACAg. 


HOME after TH C 
TRAP CL06§^ Fog 
the NIGKT.GWC.? 


MAKING UKE A fWriNG CUJTOMege .etl 


OROWDING 

VCtU, H0NEV7 


Maureen O'Hara will star for 
Kouhen Mamoullan In hi* broad 
May rnuairal producliun of 
"Lyalatrata. onginatly jK..,.eft 
hv Artslophanes. If you rr 
member, this 1 - the tale of Ihe 


oFcouas 
^ pana 


< tndr. I.ionel < rahh. the fro., 
man whn disaf*|>eared •- mi-- 
lei iniialy utider a Rnm«ti(n baiiit- 
slilp at f’ortamouili Kng . las' 
year. w<s^ on the inh for tbr 


Winning Contract 

There have ijcen eounf!-- Afte 
lale.*-. mostly exaggerated, about king h 
the proverbial "Uttle Old Lady" at tricl 
wfTo wreck.s the great experts, won Ei 
After one recent egperienre. laid rk 
however, we have become true trumpa 
believe* X Witness today', deal- mayrd 

Vah NORTH 

N-S Bit linie *, 

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4 MTI VOTE VOTE ^ 

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ANC M) MAW 3Cf 5 MkWT aCH rx 
OH.r^vCTT VOTE vote 
AER ldHTA^SAIN 
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AMPfNMMAM 


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I North’x opening Hub bid k 
on tlie light side, but II !' tafer 
to open aurh handa than to enter 
the bidding with them ialer. 


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In Croatfr VU* HonaM MallhcVls t«. of ISlH 
near Memorial Porhy in jitHHl condition St 
army rxploaivc JoHcpi ' MohpUal 

A "gionnd burst" : itirldgr,' 
bcri Miller. 17. emptied of its puwdet and mai^ 
’olni Rartack.N. ocuiimi. vvtia found by hi 

d Bcrond-dcifree the iM.-enr at the north end nf 
and right arm., tha arena on Pembroke, li wai 
1 condition at boheved nfne<ine. had poured 
wpitaJ. aome of t»,. explosive on the 


MF-XItn ("ITY INA.S'A' 
MexK-an hcaltli auihoiitie* have 
tiesun a vast driw to eliminate 
rabies throughout the republic 
A roundup of all ’'('allejer**” 
'homcleu dogs' has been auth- 
orized by the aerretary of 
hcaJlh, Dr. Igruiclo Moronra 
Prieto. 


•re are up by brigades of medii'al stu- 
dents. veterinary aiiidents and 
ui ns a workers of the anh rabies 
e half »entre. 

am this Many private rltUens. soeiet- 
asi Six lea (or the proterilon of ani- 
Itorauna mala and uumen’** organlzatU'ns 
Tacuba have bliiirly attacked the dn\r 
1.1.836 as "inhumane ' 
htough I "The reactions of people when 


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Under the new regulation*, shows all rabid aymptoma. are 


-Oak Bay poll*.- look n ‘.uuny 
girl to Royal Jubilcr Ho.spital 
following a traffic ar^irient, but 
'“he WHS released thi^iy 
Andrea Rone, 11 of 2u0r» 
downe, had a sore back aflet 
being struck by a car driven on 
TTmnjp.-.m Avenue bN William 
Carl NfK*l, 19. ^301 CMar Hill 
Road 

Andy Ranage. U. of 30kff 
Washington, was trpaied at -St 
Joseph', s Hospital for minor 
burns caused by playmg with 
firecrackers. 


one for e\-ery two dog owners will have ro vaccln- unimaginable, 
that a large percen- ate thelf^ animals each year. The Cprtes. chJel 
m are homele.sa In mongrel strays will be rounded Ihe anil-rahu 


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by Central Mortgage and Housing f'nr- 
poraiion is an e.xample of minimum 
requirements in construction for hoases 
financed under National Housing Act. 

It is expected that the house can be 
built in outlying nreas for about S5.000. 
Exterior dimenfion.s of house are 36 


ft. 1 in. by 24 ft. 4 in. House is built 
on piers or columns instead of a base- 
ment or "running foypdation. while 
other co.st-saving devices include u.m* 
of spac'c heater and prefabricated 
chimney.x. Working drawings for this 
house, known as Design 2000. are avail- 
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Tuesday 


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Funeral aervicca lor Robert 
'■ y McClung. huabAini :t>c 
late author and lecturer Nellie 
McClung, will be held at 
p.m. 7‘ueaday In MetZaU Broth- 
cr.« funeral home with R<'\. T. 
G. Griffith? and Rev, A I Avery 
officiating 

Intermet «iU follmv In the 
family plot at Royal Oak Burial 
Park. 

Mr. McOung died y esterday at 
a private hospital In Victoria H> 
wax 87 years of age. 

He came to Victoria In 1933 
and wax a former manager of 
the focal branch of Manufactur 
ers' Life Insui-anoe C!ompany. 

Mrs. McClung. who died in 
.^ptember 1951, waa knowfl* 
I ncrr"^- Canada a* a champion of 
I women'a rights. 

I Surviving are a daughter 
H. M. Atkinson, of Vanvou 
ver; three aons, Horace, of 1539 
Wilmot Place. Paul, of Vancou- 
ver, and .Mark, of Ottawa; nine 
grandchildren and aeven great 
grandchildren. 


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The rosmopollLan Club of 
Mrloria la looking for r»ld 
toyv. 

Club nternberv have vet tip 
three ‘•workshopA" In the 
city lo mend, repair and re- 
paint toys ranging from rag 
dolU to wagons — all for the 
neeiiy youngAler* In > Icturla 
this ChriatmaA. 

Il ha<i been arranged that 
anyone wishing to donate 
to.VA to Ibr annual toy remv 
vating program Ahoiild dnip 
them off at any Shell service 
slatlon during November 
and the < oamopolHan Club 
will do the rest. 


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When the mola-mola. a 400-pound ocran sunfish of 
Miami, Fla., scaquarium. refused lo eat, a diver waa 
sent dowm to atuff food into its mouth. The diver 
found the mola a docile patient, but it liked the 
idea of spoon-feeding ao well that it now shows no 
interest in getting its own food. 


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HOLLYWtXlD (UPH — .Mrs. 
Marguerile Chspin. whose 12 
year^ld daughter Lauren pUys 
Kathy In the Tather Know* 
Best" TV aeries, told Lauren 
*he could choose whatever pet 
she wanted as her birthday 
present. 

‘This week," Mr- Chapin 
said. "I received a letter from 
an overseas wild animal firm 
, notifying me that the baby 
'cheetah* my daughter ordered 
'wiU be about five months late 
jin arriving." 


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HOLLYWOOD (UPH — Char 
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usually U cast as a Latin In the 
movies and on TV' because of 
his dark eyes and dark hair, 
but he's really an Irishman— an 
Inah-Amencan. 

Nalsh was bon) Carroll Pat 
rick Joseph Saraftf Id Nalsh and 
spent part of his youth In Llm- 
merick, Ireland. -His mother's 
maiden name was .Moran, and 
(he Nalsh family home, buUl tn 
1210. still stands. 


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If you can bake a cherry pie 
I you might win a prize at the 
iDoiKaiter PTA "Family Fair," 
at the achool Friday. 

A pie baking contest Judged 
hy* profesaiona) home econo- 
mi.sU will he one of the aitrac- 
Ilona ai the fair. Stall* will con 
tain sewing exhibit, home cook- 
ing, plants and other features. 


Itemi priced from $1 down 
wtU be featured at James Bay 
PTA's annual fall bazaar atart- 
ing at 730 p.m. Friday at South 
Park School The event la held 
for James Bay. Beacon Hill and 
South Park Schools. 


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Tlllicum School PTA netted 
$3€9 for its annual family car- 
nival held At the achool on Fri- 
day Oct. 24. 


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Curriculum of the past, pres- 
ent and future will be dlscuaaed 
by J. R. Meredith, director of 
curriculum for the department 
of education, at (he View Royal 
PTA meeting, 8 p.m. tomorrow 
in the achool auditorium. 


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A film on Klltmat will high- 
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I Burnside PTA will hold Its 
I annual bazaar in the achool au- 
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STORY. PICTURES by URSULA JUPP 

TIIOISAND8 DO HONOR TO FAUJ-iN 


tin ASSEMBIAGE Wihi^sps I)(>dic«tioD of 
M^nioriftl Avenue to Commemorate B.C.N War 


Ur commitment for any prom- bunoua roads of ?ranoe The 
Inent vuitoj Among lhe>e avenue ^hen completed would 
was Gcner.'- Joseph Joffre •>! bordered with Urge ire s 
France, who ofllciated on whose binnche-t w'ould be 
March 1925. In August ot trimmed oft up to a certain 
that year Baruri Byng of Vunj, height — : ■» that j clear view 
then Govenxor lieneraJ of I'an- w«)uld be s»’cure*<l «>l the coun- 
ada. pUntod a tree, a quieter rr> on er«-:< axle ' 
occasion a* there was li *ie At this *ame meeting Alder- 
lore noUt.* of the planting, man A E T'>ld chided the de* 
Rumo' ha> it that Lady Byug Uy In vi>mplciion and f.dd we 
also pUnied a tree but per- ghouid be ashamH il General 
haps this wa^ on a Uier vistf. joflre returr,-‘Ml ahd .saw the 
Sir Arthur ‘.'utrie was a • avenue sUU unfinished 
other distijigiiished Canadian But by this time put>hc at- 
who added a »ri‘e to 'he avenue tentlon wa.s focu.ssing more on 
and there were many others, tlte memorial cenotuph plsn- 
In earh-T a wroughi nt*d for the grounds ol the 

iron rathiij sunounded the Legislative Buildings an 1 inter- 
tree* pUnU-d by prominent e>>l in the avenue le^-’*ned. 
personage* :• ’i attached to During the later aii' |nd eaily 
each w^> a plaque marking >jk pK>aa fur the completion 
the went Of these but two :>! the avenue Mppeared at 
railings u-mam. times in the press Finally 

*rhe great majoiiiy of ih- came the meeting repotitsl on 
more than O J-- ? In f h e September 25 1935 at which 
Saanich >e»»iion of the avenue “it was proposed ihit Memor- 
were, howev-'r. pianled by vot- la! Avenue should consult of 
unteer^ working In "bees " that portion ol Sholbourne 
Member- of th?- Saanich ruails Street north uf Cellar HHl 
.staff a 1 -i •• itiended these Cross Road, the Victorla Saan- 
"bee* ' ind ;*-.l-ted in ich Beaches and Parks I'nm- 

blowing r with powder mittee to as-^ume responslhd- 

donated by tlie James Lsland >ty for its upki*ep " 
firm Dne can imagine the Uh. 

part relief, part --.if-ivk, witti 
which this 'formula wk- rc 
ceived and presumably adopted 
5ince rhere in no fun her 
record of effort at ••ompletUin. 
And's.) rh— dri.tm reached i'- 
•‘unclu^ion though one can- 
not ty fulfilln;''?;' 


%> .-4<i the headlines of the 
front page ol The Dally Colon- 
ist of ‘ 4, 392L Since then 

the years have passed and 
many now realdent m Victoria 
may be unaware that thb 
area does indeed possess a 
memorial avenue. 

This was the second dream 
about ihelbourne Street that 
faU^ to come to fuU fruit, 
the dream which saw the long 
avenue tree-lined from Mount 
Douglus to Rockland Avenue, 
these serving as a living 
memorial to those who did not 
return t^om the Great War of 
19U I9ld- 


was not only preserved hut 
also much improvert. A cairn 
of native granite was erected 
and on it wa> placed a bronie 
plaque • ommemoratmg those 
people of 1057, a solemn Arm- 
istice Day servuv wa.s held 
there -ind thw piomises to be 
an annual event. 


even now oomuder what can b« 
done tu maintain the beauty 
and continuity of the avenue. 

If after full investigation It 
appears that parts have no 
choice but to replaced even- 
tually It has oe«‘n “Uggcsti-d 
that It would tie well immerll- 
ately to plant behind the pie- 
sent line of trees another row 
which cruild be»ume well e'*lt«b- 
11-shed hcf<ne the time came 
when il was n«‘. t-v,ary lu le- 
mo-. c the doomd tr«n-: It 

has also b<*en Miggcstcil lh.it 
In --luxising 1he.se n.*w ti-c» it 
might be well ii> pirk a vuiiety 
tluit *Mll not ronfh. t too much 
with oveiheiul wires, and itie 
red N'U-wegian m.iple hviv b**en 
mentioned Thi.s tree, s. arlct 
for the whole -.ummer. is 
pyramidal in gruW'th and 
re^- ; - i height of only atiiiot 

35 It Wi:'::li1 SOi-m S ie.|> 

.Honah’r one to u.se r:;»w Thst 
the *tr«*el r»<’< '■;! ■ = <<0 

rio bordc-VTl wdh -e-s 
and i!< ri-d lM*aiit> W'*:..M M 
>irikinj: iftei the plines 

larfhc; s-uih. 

.•s .1 for p|.«;:-: tnd leis. 

ifbilMies. l,.et u.s ...iw i.ii 
ney inu« an lma*:i; *f\ fniute 
where boih of Shelboi.i • 
rir*-::mr fta'. e li^me Irue We 
drive Via K>>- kUm' Meni'O lal 
Avi-tiue fp»m i.i 

thy - jmmit i M.-unl Donv'Ur. 
Bef' fi- evplorir.K ihe w*; i, r- 
fill *.!.-w of .ii>, viiaiis and 
■«la!- : that h.' . i*.-f::.(. ui w« 
first :iMj i »he r'»oie tiy 
whii ! we i.rtve ti.'.wljeil. 

Our eyes follov. th.- itnohla 
line of Tisl and gie- n - ■ it 


Now to cortsUlrr Ihe future 
of Memoridl Avenue - what 
hopes there may be uf mem- 
Jaintng the tn.*(‘s already in 
ponitlon to complete the av- 
enue as it wa* originally plan- 
ned With regard to .the 
planting m trees along the at 
present untreed section be- 
tween North Dairy Road and 
Ceda.'Hiil Cros-i Road the l7'j 
feet that still remain betwt-vn 
concrele cuib an<l pr'ij>erty 
line woukl -seem to provide 
sufficient -* 0 . 1 ,'.' for planting 
even after allow nm'e for 
M'wers and sidewalk. -Sh>mld 
the-x* frees h»* planie«l h, mem» 
ory of the men of World Waf 
II the avenue would then "have 
V perv’ «i ippi-'il for a larn: : 
,f»td >-)Ungcr 'C-tion of the 
publi. and lie*-.^ the po.ssihi), 
ity*of ‘.sealer -supp»>ri for the 
Whn!,= .ivenue 

&*fcire ihi.s portion 

of Shelbijiirne Si ct it should 
be mep«. •jhnI thi* though it =•; 
now widened ai^il op»T» to tra- 
1 C me-re work will be done on 
n next spring Thri. th.- prrs 
-;.-nt HUI f.ii e : tving had «tme 
to - a two iiich thick layer 
of ■ nMi nnx' will be 

a«hl*fl Tlir sir. --'I v.ll- lh«l 
pie-M'oi d cu.sv liding 


... the Great War of 
As those who Irayel 
by thi street know, while a 
good ;isri of It la treed the 
aectiu uitween North Dairy 
Road id Cedar HUl Cross 
Road I r-\l\ bare. 

The a of planting a Road 
of R -membrance to fallen 
heroe- appeared in prim a.s 
early i .November, By 

March. i919. there was adeed 
the fh -•iht that such an av- 
enue ‘ ->u'd also embPd^ a 
thank -riiering to all who 
aerve.i !od to the relatives of 
tho«e • iio did not return. 

G. ■ ^ ober 2. 1921. the first 
tree ' »- planted. On that 
autum.i Sunday more than 5.- 
000 p • travelled out to 
the M'lB'tt Douglas end ol the 
Bvenv.* TO afierrf the ceremony 
at wh:-:h Lieufenaat Governor 
Walter (' Nichol planted tne 
first iiv^ of remembrance. 
Car< w«.-re lined up for two 
mllc-i So great was the crowd 
that : ■ IS had to be abandoned 
for 1 • -ning off of explos- 
Jv» - ' . show how the latter 
numc; )u» holes for trees were 
to be excavated with all spevsl. 

Amor,: the crowd attending 
were many bereaved mothers 
and c. Iv and the occa -‘on 
wa% a solemn one 
The ' ! .‘e planted that day 
wax a London plane, plani' for 
the • > nue being to plant 
plane i td mountain ash alter- 
nately quick growing ash 
to be »--.Tiovi*d when Ihe plane 
tree- ty. ime large enough to 
form ’ ?venue alone. Even 
today fi*.e paxserby may a 
few of = le jnginal ash one at 
lea-»t • ' its life to a wo- 
man iivmc nearby who had 
grown t» .xre for it 
Dur^ * the next few years 
the p'i^rfing of a tin* on 
Memor il Avenue wa.v a regu- 


l^t u% now in(|u»e«> why the 
tr; lavc never e.xtended to 
the full b'i - ih of Shelboume 
Slr»x^ a-- <n l••■ln*.lly dreamed. 
From h.-i ., st days there 
were diffirulties m carrying 
out »uch plon which involved 
different ...uncil* and .<troups 
Sadly enough expense t-'o 
came Into tk~ (lis-:us.xion.s. In 
April. 1921. betore ever a tree 
was plam-U we read that Dr. 
.Stanier -,ii.«oin.in of the 
Avenue committee, 
"fou- difficulties amt 

re;.;lutrly fxung the cost of 

maim.nnif*K’ both t»ulcvard 
arid *:■ v- ' -ijoic-. 2 co.st of ‘ l 
cent-* .« arii-ir.- f( ol as the Ini- 
tial in prepar” ■: 

avenue anu boulevard. 

And .so the avxmue. planned 
a thin - uf bs oui-i. majesty and 
reveretn tumbled along h-: 
-et by del.r. : In a refort of 
the '..k'tober. 1923. meeting of 
a Chamber of Commerce d»--U- 
gation With Saanich- Guun- 
cll we -ce - the beauty of 
the ongin«: dream when wt- 
rea'd that A. D ‘‘r^^ase statuHl 
"the idA w IK to rorm a . ■ 
way copied from one ol !>e 


Hurlng Ihe yean, of 1*5 
grusvth thcri* ii.is tn'- a long 
battle ih-’ ‘ • • .-ITIlI 

the nee<i>i ji 

.■ommunit) f*-; mor«- K-itt !i>"ie 
telephone «ml .'’lectric wirt ^ 
This has fmeed t;.e . M»»ing -if 
many branches mcl hjt-. In 
H'tmc buichei-ed the tf. .• 

to j -uid' shni»»-le«— t'nhei?! 
fortunate!) dtd ? need l.,-. 
trea|ment .-i.t •* ires ._«.e 
b<cn caiuefl th>t.us:| IJ..= trcfri 
in such a w ly ih=i ih^ ongmal 
shape h;; beci- m«intame<t an.l 
Ihe pax-, of w j j « IS 
rarcel) discernible. Since 
th'**e tr- ■ . are r^-f- ted 
grow to n hi • of 1» = 

'?• 1 st co;:- Ttl) be »«i < 
long lile It w« -:Id . 

WhIlt- if Ju.- , - -I.;. , - 

’•owlh in ess!' •. 

in '^•;-’,d the p'V-iltlon ii kV;r . 

Ifl all 

Though M'-moiiil Avenue if 

h'j-. not (»l !,i* t-1 i: 

In the put;:;.- n.iod •• - t;: -• 

h« not bei-Q !»■ • -.r Mi-tn >nal 
Park. Ihe triiv.- in ipr- 
whuh !i: <n =he .-..-..i - c - ..{ 

Shelboume. oi-i .i:?*, .-jf p, 
inters**iii :;: vith C\-3-. Hi i 

Cro>.H Road ' ' iv. tn;n 

Mie first 

at thi. !. ^ the 

planting hj Dr. -> F T-- -r - 
of the Day . Fi-un 

then nil 195 k *• -!-n- .f 


I fiitiiiM widening of ^ 


w.xrds finaliy Ir. 1;.. 
t) treed o 

Arid t;..;.:. Jf oc- 
Kis-- H-e may di-ii' 
the w.-.t the a\ 

• ih -d Ki ;5m>' e 
Iri- .. remnant -..t .♦ 
plante.l 4lNriit tiMi ' 

on 'i.;' «i;fl Ti^l f.iTt 
siiall -e IMI V-- 
'fed ■ f. . ' 


differ 


. : .’d th- > tu rt 

io feel the 'rmeiit 
«•* within 

•if Uio tree 

-*m In 


ih«*m 






16 Dailti (Tolnniiit • . . . ion 

St M>\^. .NOM.yfUEK 2. IMS cxummiiiltv 


. H roiiKht Iron raiRng «iirronmle«l ire»-« . . . attached to 
eai II was plaque. ... Of IlieY^ but two rcuutln.*' 


lie iwtH— n tre<-a and lieetlx of exVanding 
ItAS fori ixl cutting of nuiiiy limm lies . . /’ 



/>W/Zy COLONIST MAGAZINE 


MCTOKIA, B.C., SI NDAV. NOVKMBKR 




PAGES OF 
THE PAST 



High Excitement — Deep Tragedy 


CATURDAY. Nov. 5. wa< a day ot high axcilemont in \*icioria W >rara 

ago. It was the day ot a race and a wager. Ilundrfds lined the shore 
of the Inner Harbor, packed the wharses, found vantage point.x on James 
Bay Bridge and Vittona Biidge. and set up a favorable lookout spot on 
DMd Man's Island. 'About two miles up the Gorge*. 

The contestants were three navj-type cutters rowed hy cHUutns In 
Speedwell, civilians and ships’ officer* In Rough and Ready and officei* of 
the Marine Brigade in North Star. 'The marines weie In banacks In James 
Bay. 

A gun boomed at 1 p m. for the start and ’Mhe irews stretched to their 
oars.” the British Colonist rejiortrd. ' 

Speedwell took the lead from the start, although the brawny new In 
North Star had been favored. W^icn Sjieedwetl rounded the ‘•turn” huuy. 
she was 70 yards ahead ind met her lahoring pursuei* : she fi/r 

home. 

Off Dead Man ? IsUnd <cr •• an Indian bui ill gntuniti s:«odwelJ hail 
fouled a canoe and the oarsmen had a little difficulty cxt; L Jiirg tlicv ej* 

Bu* they lost iKtle time 

At the huov. Rough and Re<dy and North Star “Hided and th= ;r ; 
men splashed and slashed to get tk-ar and lost more valuable di<uai<e. 
But It was no ex» use. Speedwell won handily, lovenng the flxemik «r .in-e 
in 39 minutes V cconds and wa^s 100 yaids -head at the imtsh Ime. i heejTd 
thunderowsly by the watchers. Rough and Ready was less tlian three rrin 
Ut. - -stem /■ 

North Star's ittw had to pay for the dtnner for all 3K of the parii. i|u!:nc 
athletes at The Colonial that evening and aetfle a few matir-;-. m on 

the «yie. 

* a * 

But that same day Ingedy shocked Victorians. Young Kdmui'd S 
Evaa*- son of the Rev. ind Mrs. Edmund Evan-, pinminrnr 
Church “ircles. was missing And a «a*arch di«'-:veiTd his watch and 
of his clothing on the beach near Clover Point 

Drac;Z r;g operation.* recovered hit body entangled In kelp in re*‘on- 
ably shallow water near at hand 

What har: M was never determ;; nl. But the popuLir vearold 

had gone duck hunting Saturday afternoon and It suppo ad had h*-en 
trying to retrieve one of his kill." 

He dj owned in the attempt. He was unable to -aim. 


And to New Westminster there was rorstemaiion at re{H)»is of a 
piratlija band of Indians. Imluding some very fierce Cowulians laiding 
around the mouth of the Fraser. * 

About Nov. 1 these raiders had murdered three other Indian* The 
crime stiired New Westminster s population, but no one moie than the wifi 
of one of the Royal Engineers stationed In the area. She was heaid to 
remark that sooner than have her children murdered by Indtar. . she'd kilt 
them herself. .» » « oni 

Sure enough, that is whit the unfortunate w-uman lued lo do. 
Having seen her husband away from the house, ,},e vlashetl her ♦ wiii- 
year old son with a n,zor ind left him for dead In tact, h“ had tone it tr. a 
yn of state of Shy'k and Uter ret«oeer«d. Then vho kilJcJ hrj imk gn| 

1 whom everyone loved. And du- fxullv 
cut il^infant son in his iiib Then *he slashed her own liin it 

F'ther ^ rt.T.vt-»rd. But the mother and iLiughier \v:;e to- 

In \Moria clwtion d.ty w; (hawing ruMrei .r ,1 TIi.- Hjii- 
arv! othrr demtiCiatir mindtd -roups werr ‘.v i ;*:;; with n. 
fiimhli..j(; e|fort^ of the Ir; sUlive cminrll to hlm k ihelr-f::. i- 
cm act which the k ii O .Mve was trying to mttndif 

"n ^<rt^ 3 council and assembly met together In the .=. ns 
buildiiij^ In James Bav 

I *o ouf '•xp of the uneonsH(utU!:-.aliiv . • it.. 

'James Douglasi bring includ.d m- the conferer^,-- • t; Bin • 
boasted, ’'he w... not ' 

The debate was i.cuied Tl»e as-semblvmen wanted to v- 
raiioni W a voter in be redmtd from a £ir* freehold or n . 
a year, lltimatcly llie two hou-““ ccmpromised. on C*' of fr; ■ 
rentaL 

V ^ h»fvhi«e bill I* now *>»»u^‘}|\ h. 

«h Coll : applauded. Although the blit * f v i\c!v 1 . • 
the biU aH-iTtiomng the memixM* and di.Mri.ts of the .o]... • 

IS the be.v( that we .-.n now ,.*t 

“The rlrslwi- will therefure prcfiare then.. Iv- - fur ik- - - 
not SIX w dKUnt Tiw. Ih. •. will have ,o even i.v' .V. 


I III 


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- > ' ii.i nl 

\ri Ii«>r 
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i' .Mi- 
I of t.'il 
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tored to them by dl—.hit ..n M the oissemblv 


'the 


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■vnly elert.^ body, ..vmpttMng 1 . .= member* at ih * time. 
h(.p«J will be used so that none but good men a>xJ true will h» 



WILL COMFREY S0L\E THAT 


B> JOHN WINDSOR 
JT SKK.VIS that almost 
everything romlng out of 
Rassto. whether it be poll- 
Uc*. films, or art. is contra- 
verslal. and thU eateod* 
even to a quic^-growliig 
plant from the ('aura.*a*. a 
plant with large rough dark 
green leave*, known a* 
Ru.<wian Comfrey. or a* it is 
•Mimetimes called on thi* 
rvntinent loul of regard to 
the wetl-kaown views of Uie 
late .Senator XrCartliyi 
Quaker Comfrey. 

The argument *.s lo the 
merits of ThL* particular plant 
ha* been waged in a liesuitoo’ 
fashion by agnculiuraUstt in 
both Cnglxnd and riermany 
for jnore than ISO year*. **ith 
it* detractors cUimipg it to be 
little better than a weed, while 
to It* champion* it i* one of 
the finest, cheapest, and ta.*i- 
*'t growing fond* for livestock 
and poultry, not to mention 
humao* 

They point to crops of from 
40 to 90 ton.* to ihr acre of 
this high-protein food as being 
quite comme- v. hile iher*- vre 
Insiance* recorded where more 
than !o.» uf Iraves have 
been cut from in /ere lyer 
the 'ouisr* »f a Single season 
li IS only recently that ih\s 
-a:,,.- il k*ft 
uncut •%.II gt-*w ici a height 
of T«ot : a reason, has 

been introduced -o Canada, 
and or. A'-'.-xiuver Hland. 
Alfred Kcrkeli .^f 6«il *%7-*t 
Saanich Roid i ; •'•••' -jf a ha-d- 
ful of local farmers who . • : 
trying it out. 

After some three y .t 
rKi»-rjm -‘.ung. he !- loud its 
praise. Fi-"’’. his corr-!-.;- 
paich, no more the- --mi^fifih 

2 SaUti (Tnlontid 

SINDAY, NO\ EMBER 2. 1958 


.»f an acre In he daily cut* 
a gnod 30 pound.* of ten.W-i 
green leaves to feed lo his 
cow. ;w- calve*, r Hock c-1 
and a number of 
Thickens, and he rul» ihm 
amount every day. Jtom April 
thr.'iiigh to November Thw 
would work out to a yield i.f 
about 30 ton* to the acre, but 
Mr Kockett i* quite confident 
that did the netxl an<^ be 
could, by heavier cutting, raise 
thi* to somew iiere between 40 
and SO tons to the acre. 

Not I r.iy do nw cattle .vnd 
poultry relish the new food 
and fhiive on It. but he feci* 
that It has a definite medicinal 
vahie in keeping them in a 
healthy condition, and in Ihi* 
be L* uippofled by early medi- 
cal history. 

In the I6th and 17th cen 
tune* the dried root* and 
leaves of Russian comfiey 
were knowTi and prized in 
England as the ba.s<* for herbal 
remedies. u.*ed in the curing 
of certain Internal ailments 
In Turners Herbal of ISOb 
there IS The fttHowing pa«.*age; 

"The roots are gcc#d if thev 
be broken and dronken. for 
them that spuie blonde and 
are bursten ' 

We are prone to loOk back 
on the remedies of the^pa.«: 
tmh same amu.*ement and' 
vkepri4^5Jn. bui today * scienii 
fic rescarrhert do know that 
"he root ha* certain proyrrtie*. 
whKh would :,*ve made u 
helpful in the curu of certain 
type- of ulcer* -.^4 other di*. 
order*. 

It was 1 ;-. reputed to be of 

• in the he hng -,f wn; 

-...iflures. xnd becausr e. 

It v. -1 -<:>nieiime« given 
the mme of knttbone. >Vlj»h 
-ve have moic effevuve treat- 
men!*: todj*> the plant - chemt 

• si propel i ” w. iiid have had 

* beneficial n»*iiili in such 
^ ^ -rtnienu 

The mfwieir, h;;tory of Ru* 
’san comfrey really begins it; 
the year 1771 when a London 


-• ui --ey ma .1 one Jos- ..|i 
Bo . h. took a fob _s gardener 
in the -it. I'eicisburg palace 
of ; Lntpie-- Catherine. He 
found ’.V pL--*;t growing in the 
palace gardens 3r>d eventually 
• -nt samples lo .»me of 

:.U fellow nurserymen in Lc:: 
don. Shw.- ihai time it ha* 
been experimented with on k 
small fcale by agriculturalist* 
in both Itie British Ivies and 
Geimany. wuh varying de 
giee* of suci'cs-- 

Sorr»e. led by an English 
Quaker farn>er by U^e name of 
Henry Doableday had otii- 
standing result.* producing 
flop* of from HO to 10;. ton* 
or better, to the aire. However 
the best that othe=- tsjuld pro- 
duce w;: beiueen 10 and 12 

ton= 

Since the war In food and 
land *hoti Britain, there has 
been a detesmmed drive by a 
number of private individual* 
to bt.th better understand and 
to popularize this heavy vield. 
protein rich, fodder* crop. 
Farmerv m England. Africa. 
New l>aUnd and Canada have 



g***wn -imple plot* under 
VMs-yirsi; " < i - ! mafic condi- 
tion*. (ti)d fi- -: |t.e«e rxpen- 
menls a ap|-‘3« that while a 
does well in all type* of v?!!. 
it is at It* best m cUy *<>iL 
With its d*--” *liong roots, a 
»t*em* to^Mw: in dry, sunny 
region*, j wet cloudy 

summer wi'; a marked 

drop tn pioduriion. 

Growet * have ul.*o found it 
very important to ketp their 
row : free of wr. .u by frequent 
cultivation to' ei -.ire a maxi- 
mum crop, a* well as cbiting 
the" ■•-••* frequently, between 
«ix and eight time* during the 
growirtg in otder to 

*Timulale new growth. 

Apart fiom lhe*e rea.van*, 
the grcate«t ^ :.*se of poor 
yield* in the yc;t seems to 
been duf' lo poor qualitv 
plants, piani* which had been 
crossed vmh other varieties of 
comfrey whtch larked the good 
qualities of the Ru.ssian sic-"-”. 
Forturniflv, ~...h plants a* 
there are tn t‘*nada appear 
To be of the sturdy, heavy- 
yielding type 



PROBLEM? 


ifi ■ -J K< - - I \j„ ,»-i,ce 

V ;tti rv„ii{i f. .1,^ 

'• ht V't - f. 

from t:.. V. , . ..-.IV 


.. -0 ih^ , ,• 

]'!. v.g 

them in a « l,i . 

ill lows 

tt.-rr fi*et 

■ «' V. ,'u.le 

pi -rh hrt- • . . '.t 

;-.i 1 f,iue 

.1 mupri: righi ti.- 

•- • i-n 

ApM[ and Nuv. 

i: ;-iOW- 

ing Seavo.'i K« 

■ t'l pul 

them in. not i-> • • 

i lit... 

for ly 

he ih—.ght n ■■ ^ i u 

• !>.,• ,«ii*e 
'••• .in Mt- 

eijMni-,ve. !. ■ i.i- 

'l|l> f<v«Hl 

for Ids . . inru 'v , 

d '-r* ;..,5 

been well [.L =1 . . 

.fu ic- 


■;.:ts. 


"The calves .. . 

. : n pf:vp|liy 

took lu It tighi <-• 

'■ '• ‘*y=. 

but' for a fe, ■ 

I--T- 1 tlW 

WOUiln t i—.;ch II 

' I : left 

few hiindles i. 

t ''4 

hr- ; r i 

« ;';,e 

fiM==Hy t- *k it -t 

'• : ro' idc 

of day?, and ;. ■« 

•'.i'* u with 

relish. As f..r 

Im Tin- 

cerned." he i ,. 

■ my 

MMimals have do 

e :;t 1 fully 

wci. t»n It. ai n i 

f what I 

It K r,,'. _• . 

•' d vvlu n 

It •■•»me* to pijM.i, 

"r .lot on 

pi-‘ 


77ii.s IS not : i'. 

fi /::;'d i'.vr 

ma!« how-. ; 

l"i' - iicn 

- >ked It f(>i Tn- 

--rill vige- 

table lor 

'Mjt\ --.:»’.nrr 

t*ble, I II.;-' 


--‘-•y I mil'' 

•i- .vml 

fniirMf )( ■ irl... - 


'This riif'i.P.v 

com* 

fuv. R : 

■ ' -S?r; 

you prcfi ‘1 : 

. fuHv 

prov . ^1 . . ; , • , 


M-. ro ‘ 

* , 

we! ;.r ..r . 

"I'P :t 

many of •' 

rr,...;. f«,r 

Ik 

L World 




• • IV and 

••• I •. . . 

• . •> f.n h|. 

3!^ ‘ : t 

(■( f»c»l 



r» 1 1 . 

•> =it be 

'•nio:.. .. 

I'ti Mu 1 II.U 

' t . • k , V. . 

i** ihle 

TO p. - . 

• n Mich 

a shoi t ume. . :• 

b'ric laniL 



"Then our side wa.* colled 
S. S. Taylor got up and lefuted 
the fact of loss He stated 
there was more ground broken 
rvery day on the eight hour 
shift.* than had been r.n the ur 
Proof called' 

"I got up and itw 

mmor* hart been mea* ''iMg 
the ground. Heie Uie , 
ow'ncrs tut-tuttHd m.«ue 

some very uiu ;.;;j ;.u. .-z:y 
remaiK.* Said su«h 
iHm^ from a matt like me 
cculdft I be relied on! 

Now the fjt It u»e 

flit’ 1 ptodu«x*d >>woin *<»ie 
ni*'<u*. I -• ;d liK* n^d 

nieasuied ihnr woik aou i 
knew Wltat I w ,e> lulKii.*: 
«iH>ul. 1 nu-mumed 
of(l‘-"ul. that the li;i 
m«‘.*»uii*d tie* ‘.‘-oik weekly 
and niu*t v irrt >f 

gi 'jurni litoken 

AAil.i yes:- '.•? ni-L.!-*-*! %m 11 
W lilted hJr ••iijit 

ae.itie>i Ihe w'H.l '.um'ned 

uj- ihe s arly dev . 


ommj-.-^iun 


began work In l.e Roi Xfiiw. R. 
hour «U> fcrr-Bt . miner*. 


■t^slMod. above iphliired at start of .-rntury). before 


efpiiig laimrh eight- 


iy dim!, thf «;ijmpic Range end.* at 


many 
• J ,^et 


’V rettiM r:= 
Woodside at 

f th< ex»i'iji.\ 


Tiber, 


law -fiiy-.-d iu j>iii in 
?;■ R“- ^Irihtl Camp K. 

Ill he Ihe 

ail other trade* m uid 


loii*^ t --*?*! n- •■‘p 
Lol <•] tree*' Buds 
Wild f^«..\.-ts every- 
Ivt niy W(*ck- 


of Mine 
he? Fine 


‘ Hy way of a fui 
kir. Woiaisjiie addc.I. Ir 
lh>- ir.im*!'*^ rl.-'Sleil S,.. 

U* froth Hu *land ri- ML. 
In* iniirtdu***! tiv Wojk 

Co(':dic(i*.ii it'll A' i, 

SKriOND BfHlN 


fellow w 


t'ltntlnitert from rage 11 


' When IX.. 
up hts aff 
■ s Bav .*> 
he ' double , 


i know 


'Anxiety io «ii*pai<'h the 
i - «a*in i<ri«*ihle m- 

If the de 

i>f ji; I _■ >di:igs tUl a 


kane. 

■VA.nking hi the Highland 

Mine ...-rtr Alnsw.nii. i 
• •--ht-d my hand F'oi iwhwe 
1 ho.ti ot-i> hatoied - 

U ctHiiniiy CiVfK, m Kooii-nay 

Ijike ...iiglil li,:;;; <J 

Xixh lo rile mine i>w' ur. 

til I got hack on the jmm*-::' 

H -- ■ J -“i; lit-f 

d(~T,; , ...me lo if. 

MotJir-i Teres Moja-. 
ter M, Slant .(u*- of St Jo 
,*#^M fi Convent in Jt . -. *^Hy 

I • e and c.-ui.!i^»iod the 
Maier Mi*eruordiae Ho!spi>«i. 
That w" . in the eai lv -.vmnM*i 
of lK«i7 Sister n .: i Kiet” «n 
was Sister Supeji(»r. The ho.* 
fuial xtilj one of the f‘ 
UiMhe mienn: ,,i Bnti*h fn. 

himhkrf ’ 

In Iftll. Fiiink AA'ix*d-ide 
*-•«.* * .-----ri-il .ilderman tor the 

III] 

Mei 

f IKI 


hurry .- 
ut time I 
- of thr r. 
to J. D. Pr 
survey oi 


I i:3vr the honor A c 
JAMES OOL’GI^S, 


I •-% :r.:, • th. • - rii'Ti 

men. I'ntvrr^itv 
t-. er- ipd LC*. 

• -n : ;t\K :: : vriue and 
Mr L ■ ‘ r r*t 

;r(-w r.ipiili ' ri.ikiv t'. • 
nl -■ Killer F/Kvdtd 


4DDMI IMf*<)KTANCF. 

Well injiiag. i -II rtiieciert 

i»i»- fiivt f\p(-dit!or; 

frnjti h.-f— V • tile VoPi 
'.’em*. The ' pit-sence 

uf riw- ^;««vf(ni*i •• - .mmander- 
a'l(h*rt to ’Ih* import- 
f’e i)f advenhit.' There 
'.sen* ,vmi>le *T.-y • . ,.f f,„.d 7 ^,^ 


at ih; ': ;- .-Jch man 
ta«wrlled t.ip. a blue 

a whiir 1 .- * 11 .^ 

Ack xtock- 


kskm tro'. 


onrii: 


i'anari 


ingK and bo^*- o: 

(* i:u . ision itXiuiHxi 
a hr* id one haviMc . 
ixjueh aiiarhed- v... 
red leather, Thi- 
that held the pu.Nir!-: 
s'nniarly piumi!-: r.i 
the purpf-^- 'j' .i.i, 

. ...:.or and «• -x 
iJ'u* yards and yj,.l of 
._-r bor. had l»ern •••'p{ 
'• avaiUbli- f,-,/ . 
to any par' -->f t. 

Thu? fn-l i . ' 

Uon did . • : -r 

of ri)>- : \ 


agai,. -i 

Iished 
with - 
Her of 


The belt, 
‘•atindge 
of bright 
il let sash 
hoiti was 
Hut for 
•i.’ to the 
riie corps 
Tbi rib- 
• TTt:- 
t-:=rhment 
'f'um. 

■’Xpodi- 
i n srrv- 


lumber, v 


saJmo 


‘mon 


»-ervi 


flour 


•tai-t of the fJoJd 
- Dougir I. 
■Xfvllenf fi- =' . V 
''.'Tin---, Ihpv 


7 - imher of M.r.; v -- 
■-taiifd i.v a •-'1 = .,.,. • ; o.ii r- 
flr.ff hu-!;.= - rr. .. vvl . |Ht the 
n»nr.-^y and profit- «.i i-f mm 
big itidn^.rrv of ihe p(«.<.ii,i-e 
*1 m»ii 1«1 he Mig,ifii/ert aikI i- f 
in B('- ahd.imt airx- ijir 
It wfi>< appi'iiprmic riuit i'.i „d 
« ffj:;“ *iiiMi:rt he li;; !’f(i In the 
f.ivivinte. Icrr 

rhe Valor /»f iJus niovr* can 
F* rralt/rrl m ihe fa. i i.f 

all the gold output of the l.tm 


Ji'eam .«f 


•-ftai. ji 

V . 'fenyled j, 

;t, n- IMM- . 


d rusiom 


Hanii! 


mer 

Ha 


lan .ampaii .. 

canii*-ed .< 


- T-.„ r.uf ffi'io.!*' I 

Ir-j Ks 'i-- «•- (Nti t 

fi'i' IT, .' 'f 4 >> pirilfiM- ( 

<'>hingion- llavuria lii-ar* 


(T 0 tiini 5 t 
OYK.MREK 2. 





By ANNE WOODS 

WEI.L, WELI.. and ho« are you?*’ This 
^ >aluUtioo. accompanied by s web^omin* s»niile, 
hms befo the friendly creetioE in British Columbia’s 
Chamber of Mines for 30 yean. Greenhorn. sea.soned 
prospector, miner and investor, the> drop in for 
information, or just to talk thinuH over with Frank 
«h» erand old man of mininu. one of the 


CHARLIE WEAVER OF OTTER POINT WEARS 


"Wfll, wlii*n our m'*i Jimmy 
MrtrUn got 1o V:rr- ...,, h 
to fin<l the eigl*.! hi -ur day 
on thi- ot 

eilluT the Fiu»vi -ul ur the 


- Jiji* Marlin, 
: t 'i*d lM>m 

He hA«i quite a 
inir^duvinti nvw 

. • -J> <i up - uiitry 
Jim fi< e.Ied Joe 

• !■ K*):. hour (iiiy 
r\ ti.idng 

hi'* e\jii riits why 
.Nliiiiu ■••<1 not 
njiui* on the 


In sp. -> 
bill • a 
doin-- 

\oii tmd I 
Jim M.;rn 
Ik'ui • 

RATTI.INt. 1UK KII.L 

‘T h j- :h-ju 

- -•*1 Oil' bill n nlhl neViT R*’l 
to t’.nd tiut Jl«o 

sneaked if m >Mih othei-J one 
day ami it «.•! -.•*miu 1 n'-iding 
the lollov. dti>. Wiihm a 
wit'k the e:.'h' hour A,»y lor 
mel:»Hil*‘io:s‘ mi;-;-:, w-'.'- givi-n 
t! :rd iv idluij md hy 

I h e Li:*u*en.nii tiov^'roor. It 
Vk'jB to ;?«» .m.i '»jMM -Hton J«nu> 


When 


hit niinK 


't ami 
ihe J~.. 


I K I r TO DATK 


-,I f'rn :u 'I' tur 
, -o* hi England 

-• h.-re. ';\er> ihmg 

• Friic-. aie 

- -■% a U--r da> calf 
[i-i Js r...... - at B*in* 

; In my dads 

itflu have leii hed Ihot 
i| III'. - but r.o 


the 

arrive 


Mian 


n mine 
their 
- As- 
Roy ' ll 


with odd sha|>«nt f..r 
liidj 


I Iwirlie Weaver, fanner at bearT Im*I»j1j:‘*s faMeifn) strink 
III,-. ■ H uf dnt'tw lexl. 


Otter r«dnl 


t-’i »mn 


I N Tilt: l.ONti AliO a powerful and belnv.'d kin^ fell sick ul a stnuiKe 
and WPS like to die. Fhysieiaiis, Imth n*i;iil:<r and file witch variety, 
to cure li t. Astrologers and ne<Tonmnr«*rs were called in to no avail. A 
came a I” '■inner of Ibicttir Irciiit. 

■Th- tee- .11 (le ..M.-.i • L.., '• ^ . iriV-d It 

laid Ii>- 
Shiit ol 


Mini 


luld d tlie pur- 
, 1! -;X mor.'.hs 
•t'lbly bring 5*) 
tr -= to this the 

A. mid ' :lci 8 ilQ 


ttlU! 


men 


EVRLY UAY PKOr^PWTOBs 
In those day*," Mr Wood- 
SKie recaUa. ' Vou had your 
axe and your pnispector** 
pick: \ou got your license at 
the nearest recording office 
and Information about pros- 
» and how to stake your 
" -i set out. There was 
.;n.-v,*«Hige of the mhu+- 
of British Columbia 
It didn't matter wheln4r 
i f*' fr;>m IT. - Ea-^r or tlje 
-,r v.eii» nn engioecT- 
keii up dfi.ilnsl a neW^ 


OM lO NOKIH 
It V.. Rtsl 


l-irst liM) ><>ars of B.C- mining viehietl aiinnst $:LlkMi.0O'i.«O0.** 
viy< I rank VViMnNkle. "arMi there's 4s gin d II not 
v»aillng In the North for tli** next Mki vr»r* . . 


'1. Ijvw -ifi m*' 


STORY 


,«xii 


l*: U cU 

tui Ih iw ' lime m 
. of mankind. And 
pjyi dairy 
-•vj> : •- gaiiuii 


Muuhic 
.ilumb. ( 


claim 


PICTURE 


i lit' 


ISxOOO 


1 W**Mt 


!e founded 


n ■niaiket le* 

i btsfl cattle at Vie 
3t 'wheie 

*xhooK ! ' with 


GWEN 

CASH 


I'Misly 


^If yi\u w»*rc gre:-' In the 
game y«'U lined up with a 
nsL:--j ■ ■ *d man. Some- 
time >"u - lid afford 

paxHthors** You made your 
way into rough country by 
wa> of the Dewdney Trail. 
You off The Trail 

and toiled up mounlalns. and 
you built log raf— to negoti- 
ate unnamed lakes of unreli- 
able tem}>er. You lived df 
Ue couniiy 

•‘I workeij five year.x uii-. 
ground “ Rc -sland. In those 
days murker* got J5 cents an 
hour and miner* 35 cents. It 
was a liyhour day*’’ 

Mr. '.VjodiiSde pa.; I, but 
he w.-i-n'i ii....king of hi 10- 
hour : <iiy! With a grm 
T^it . nbr : 'd the m.'mory of 
many a ::.;;;:rslutm dvy and 
night ot that period. n.» - . : = 
menfed’ 

■'Yntl ‘ , iha>8’' W.i' li 

day «i‘ ! thought • ^ - 


body that n 
matter what 
poIii)>*ally h 
Bride r- 
what I vxa.s' ThsV; what .!l 
the feliov.., were! \Vi- ^11 got 
behind Dick MtHrhle! 

•But V time work 

ing ..f* thi*; eight day 

Idea, we w-;- m a iNiiion 
Semlin (in'. :.:i.Vient with an 
election -iming Up in July. 

••our (.-ommittee m ■ m 
the blirk'^mii!- . ■> ’.v 


won)' 


other 


now 


with 


w usual 
■ . uifd the 
k 'i.-m* m the 
• r a “il'p of 
r -in a n.itl 

turned m for 


le- open; 


b - .n this 
•»I tli. world. 

x*ou)d 

, lot iHon the Knelixh 
t f.vmitng, - <1 
■ vt-i> lilt. :imb in 

i hr* • qf other 

• - A." di.. to Wind* 

li Bf - ‘.’•nieniiml 

• p.-h- pi " .-d --.d wi*ve 

haiid M-"-':*' Mrtiiiiv. 

Hair cci '**'1 a lot 


RlV.-r ' ' 

wat.s in ■' •= •' 

med;iU , ’ ■ ‘ 

Medal- := 

ous itre^iKu'i 

■-==■1-- en-*' 
V I' -- v\ I h 
ey;-d witc 
mod.-.; ■hvu.' -'-v' 
Caine t** V-:'» '>UV«T 
I.iHjr W- = i> ^ r h- 
out:' Ir.lli'K.:-* 
(:,.:htii.;j 

I'.VIIT ht* V- 
IhtlH* yraf U> till 
!V- t ihem . l'*“i 
V.-ilK'.d'-J I 


ihi^'C 


um/< 


‘Well 


moii* 


Military 


,-v STUIi-(.IK 


time 


Kenty • 
sDirit in 

b\ .. 


till* i.--. 
laiiT f:! 


r\nu 

.l.fj' 


•met 


hit. from 

- .. me 


Wa-. 

WurM VV.ir 


snd ;roTTit 
one r»f th^ 
for • '• “ 

• n Ihr.— I 


Alley 


PRETTY KOI UII 


I \KVUM, XMII.Y 


fc.jgJ«»h 
•i happii-r 

‘ii> mr*re 
■jf.em-i. I 


VBuI who* PV' 

this A Labor man 
mean war' Finally 
:U«*d on .Jim Maiiin v 
|■■ie hard ■ ‘li II 

l*elr ; -V’ 

well likf d by pro.-- 




h- IS A faimer 
• i and 


wjih « 


vote. 


rouMd.-d 


yoi:-;: I i.-.tiKl to 

time to It' 

TIIthi4 : x-iv.: 

buck ’• '-i ■»! l«. 

chr-. h. . o'wn long 


THIS WEEK'S ANAGRAM 


uiir 

Out. 


murit'd. R; = 

!’ ,.t only in fhi 


There I- iiu bi'tter or ni'>re /nsi iiiating wsv l«* improve 
yniir v-M-.sliiil.'irv than by solvitig these anagram* t-a-h day. 
.Add the letl-rs In the first I'Ohimii to lliq letters In the see 
word. Kxami-'e: I END phis ‘sfE equals T??. Answer: DP 
I ENsE In-. \i>u *-dve the fidUwvine snsgriims*' 


is ow n 


mun ty 


Fr t»\\ N Kits' c \SE 


' isfTj I !"■ •' 

I ■ trail foi town. 
IN TIVIE TO \0TK 

•■•>n tL- w ly ■ 
,, , rite Tr.:;J. Lr.: 


The old h. 
hnck ■ : f! 


stow DOWN 

eiuiuve! 


H) Ml vf Pit s .t\\ MS 

tai IM.R " ItK 

a) !I\IR <Ol 

(I) VtORN ** 

1.*,) innr «i > 

Suhitiotis to aiiagriims are printed on Pic^ lb 


"Mh efl-jrt, Mr \V' <L: 
• ;*'(1 hi.T: -‘If felt of 0 


DjiUi (SuUntutl 

I .M»W. MlVEVtr. 


-* 'own or r. 


OdiUl CT (flillttsl 

STWKR • 19.W 



JIM BISHOP 


1 ’Thr bridegroom studied her. huit anju<wl. half con* 

! said to Boh: ’How cernrd. 

I chart clipped to a 'That's the first time >ou c\<t onieted me to 

studied It. "At 1 t>e do anything.’ he said. She looked at him with aon>e> 

Canaveral time- we thing close to adoration. Then vhe cwallowed and 

‘^picked up a pencil said "It had to come. Yoo re m the Air 

of the sheet. "We Force. Let Mr. Bishop do the wiiuny " 

than three." The doctor laughed. "On re il>e woman esiab- 

e." the dcxMor .said. Il*hes the proprietary Interest, she ni*\er Jets go.** 
sky is near the top ZawaUzki grabbed her and ki.«'.>l iht hard, 

fht with no engines Two of his food bottles slipped off hi^ «io\. She's 
I nothing. Then we my bab>." he said, "and my bos% ' 

>it and we would be We whiled away the next few pla>ing 

He shrugged. "But HoII\wood gm rummy. We played iputh of 

le engines-" • Bobbie brat me li.i $.Hl. Then 

^ , . she played Clyde Morley and k*«t $t “-j 

m." Morley snapped. ^ ' 

areoi " Mnighold was in the pilot . t ,T„uit and 

^ ‘••■'tne hack down the au-le excited. \*^ . ...t m the 

/or me. They had moons orbit." he said. "W> aie th.i. 

>e<d up the normal ^ feminine voice .-^id shiilN: %ou go’ 

really?" It was silky '-.iMKrtn. fie 

ceieration Is so high now," he said. 


man's description throughout interior B.C. and far 
up live roast. 

There w.>>» the*u.sual spaie r»f hot lips and false 
dues, and although two do.cit f;c>»}<xis found in lall- 
load yaids betwi'en V-i...>»\vr and Mi««^ion «ere 
herded ui to Cnrd'iva .Sireet hra.Jifuarlers for Inter- 
rogation. Mu key the Ifago wash I am<»ng them. 

He wa> the man who was w.inieij aii nghi. lor 
dttser Bill Hunt recogni/nl him rnv;(ning out of Mu' 
hoiise. ?h”=;;un In hand. I'ndei a 'trect light he'd 
Kaiked hack. lopwdi'd the gun i: «-n i«K*k off. The 
gun W 3 . found by wme hoc- .. day or two later, 
ilown by the railroad tia.-k- t'lme another night, 
then anoihei dawn and wnh it-* coming. r>eicrtivo 
Dick lafvis "signed the bemk ‘ . for the last Move 

Hogan iccuvercd nd at tiique«t 

Barney Martin, hui wife and br--'hHi. iliiee pitiable 
wrecks. tu»u’ ridden for luck -•? drugs, tiled d^s 
peiately to claw their bm k fr-im the ahws the 
abyss that a knife .>nd shoigim ',.«d opened befoie 
them 

Questioners scarcely d:-'cv::--rd their om fni 
the woman who had k: iw.. that behind the beU- 
,yoom ili'or wjs ;in urmed killer, >el gave no inkling 
of danver to Levi- As 'he gs\e !^er hahing. defiant 
answers, she. too. vhoiild 'lase h ^d 'in inKhng of 
danger. <ne w;.; to -i-- o.thui monil.s Ai...iher 
man at the m«|ueei ;th no hin» of doom wss the 

cMef, Murd<»rh M. ■ Thn*e yeais later he 

was to meet l.evis' aI fair and down 

hy a cha«i=*' wh«-’» IV.i. T'lit- another arme»l 

drug a<idict i...... i 4 -d m c :M*end inf*mmg 

house. 

L^^t rites f,-.r Detr. !.\*- I^-% - w»-u* m«iked hy 
city wide symfotbs .ii d ■ t- -ir nidr i- ;:^ ftineiiil 
cortege f tlured • .d of 9 n rity police, 

as well as - fioni r\ery ht.tr«h of 

cily governmei.r ’ 


Judy, Murphy , llstming to M» iflUarnry’s story 
at one r*oint mieijr.jed the dry tjvieiy: 

And w'herr do you ihinK Ni.-k i» now?" 

"Oi. 1 guewc he ;r.ini-d ihe ain.y" was McKd- 
larnr> s leady aio^wrr. The Ciown pioducef* Scotty 
Hogaa nttiwird from his kniJ,. wound, who said 
he and McKlllaiPey hadn i gone to the cafe to 
gefher. Mipy wen n t good fiicnds and he didn t give 
him ilM* heaitfeli advRe. atUr the subbing, to leave 
tvefore hr wa.s blamed lor It. Finally he li^iifierj 
ii«pyd m-ver known each other in .'battle, and In 
any event hr hadn't been ifieie |n irf years; 

Ttie u*ay. After di-iiix-i at ton. s|>okp with on* 
v«»«>t 'tjulliy . It remaiuMj f<*r the official ♦xecu- 
tionr r pul "paid" to soiiriy s hill, which he did on 
Aug 1 1915. 

Still with Mf aie fauple with vivid memorie.* 
of the Ia-vi« stoiy. p.ople hke 78 year old Roben 
A F'ayne of (ianges. who served in the Vaocouvoi 
PoImt for 22 years, and was pounding an Alexandei 
.Street bc..i the night that Uvis v,as 5 . 5 -ot • Qever. 
months of night duty M ven days a wi...k. he add.s 
Hob wax ovPKras with Vancouvi > >> famed 29th 
HaMahon. and war injurirs prrvmt«d a. return to 
rictjxe fKillcr duty Instead hr took over as call box 
ofH jwior. serving U.if-r <<'!irl offu.-er. Prnxioned 
J.i \ra;\ «jjo. Bob and his good wife Mary have 
ihP intervening v.aru on tialiano and Salt 
'^piiop Isl.vf,d.s Next spnng they irlebr.ite their 
.lOth wedding aimlvwi -ui y. 

t»f ihi- I>_\ r.i lK>y one died ove; and 

two Wt:: pr.ll«emi’i ]ik« their d.-*r 1 


y SPACK. Jurve U. 1965 - -I slept 'The last I remem- 
ber wss the conversation of Dr. StrughoM and 
le bride. 'They were discussing a day night cycle, 
gathered, somewhat hazily, that the five of us 
luat establish certain hours for sleep, certain hours 
ir arising. and breakfasting and so forth, or else 


IMP. « UATIC ifKOHK up rv.'iyone 

hugged a wintkm- We had been using mir interior 
lights and mo.st of the windows had been tiiikened. 
1 .sung the knob on mine, took a look aitd forgot 
tn breathe. 

A small parr of the moon fili.-d Mu entire 
win<ir»w I could >«• ivo s.ky at .*11 Tlieie weie 
J«gge.| mountain* ■ am: dc'p «Luk r • -nd ihe 

vv;...;,- :• ,ig W 3 C a gjj ;,sh 

tii-t ri — -1 I could vee motion. ‘A.- u.-.,- moving 
■!!. ss the fnce of the moon from = ughi vide to 
Ihe left. We appeared to be going ' Iv ..Hhough 
I r— from what Moilry told me i'. - would 
iw-..., .i.v.,.- down to more than .. -• v fw, i-nur. 

Dm (he left edge of the w‘ .!;i-.v • . .» mourn 

laln.s p; ..sming Into view: i-lj ii;v..j'p»»ared 

nlf to i.'ie ...:hf We wrip ju.st f . < «' off f-om 

!• moon Sj: that rctuned ■ ..p^- 

.. •u'’!! V 4 , i{. - ■ , - ..^4 V. -1 Tei-iella 


A rFItNON \» 11?; .k»** ” 

Dirk I.TV1S' Widow, Csletk* 

I I'SKP W)ip>ssrd .vt.f - r-:: 
i.-f.'ilrj Miini'l I Ml . M.i.i, 
•' i 'H' hern V- ;.. }. J ft; 


?‘«'rv.,„ (if the Tragodv 
living in Vancoti 
c.-. .Miv J H MrLellan. 
II 1 May I of Wes^ Van- 
•■it i\,. fi.r Bnri.sh 

' \I t , .tud perhaps 

I ? - women. 

c-i'.jM' ..ijg. Car- 
r‘li Bi 'I.Tin'-i BBC 
-•-nu a ludiH nnd T\' 
t oiiofjv f'unbed Bri* 

iv show--. 

-“! lor ifc laled ofu* 
Tv eofl tadio person 


I.KVIS W \.s; (ittVF. ►'lit ' 
Relentlessly the v»Mi,'h for »t 
'VJilened from Mf- ii..fM:wesl ovf 
nent. nn*i ix->t.;..l y^e 
McKi" t: \ 

legctid of h 'Time u. ;.' r 
ik^artmem -■•-d sheriffs .dfu it 
terminal 8 i«d post offjee ftof-: the 
Vork -r Oinnd l*enlisl fi 

Ihe Hudson'^ Bay Ry ' end 
was safe to vjy that -'.titflv n 
North At'..:;..* hu-lrt ut -'»m«* 
nr>if*f| the w rnsn rvi: * • 

('.imc • bn'*J:r,^- Mirr; \ow Yi 
as flii- in Klln«p»* tlt--pr 

headlines. Vanr ••■iv a p- !- »• 
checking r,nd quer.mg. nit, 
every Hue ma"- 

It W3- an .ilerl I'U<s»un 01 -:. 
xaw "the man.' .“1 fmi Mic tulf 
taken •tcbi I .-ig moiM?-..- v;r.,v tli. 
tragely, t.» pul Mickey Mir Dagn 
Idetitilu-d .ind ••xiradiied 
full of f«-ur .M|U foipi^Mii-'O bt'foi.- 
Muiphy at Vancouve; - May 
McNeill, KC acted -- [i.-,- . (U/:- 
handled McKlIIarney - tku'c:.. .■ 

•McKUlarney. tr.-. *» ?(nd ;.v >d 
Barn* y Mai tin id»-i;;:?-. him 
s!. 4 bh**d Hiigan. and alMmugi. 15 . 
dead, her husKind g^ve evi.l^.K.- 
twen Uvi !.7 . 1 ' Mieir lii/>. • uf- to 

I.T‘V|= It ,M< KilUi nev. 

off thr ban- f* • te 

Identified McKill.Trn*'y av the m 
Hog iri in the t« vi mi.o i. .lud '■ 
BiU Hunt id M.it :r \s M.KiM ! 
•ut e: t)t. .V. x >- ... 


Copy light. 195 R. King Features 


Mk 41 siTU K DKMS MI ||PHA 
sentem-ed >Iii-key the Hn t to death. 


.vnd' television butri 
sgo to beconi • p«--* 


1 t.OOKKi) out the window. The sun had moved. 
Rather we had turned. It was now farther to the 
right, aboui 60 degrees off our nose. The stars 
had ih: ime steady brightness that they had when 

Vfc curve out of the air ocean. Thev appeared to 
be no linrei Far behind, the earth boll was now 
the ^ of man's head. The startling thing to 
me w.-- '.hot pairt of it was now dark, so that It 
looketl a kid^sized half-moon. 

Th»* P.-u-mc Ocean and the Asiatic continent 
were blurr- :". hut could be identified. The lea was 
a much darker blue than I would have thought. 
The continent, from Singapore to Bering Straits, 
was fairly clear and loked like phosphorescent roque- 
lort. The eastern parts of North and South 
;Amerlc:is were nearest to the dark line of night. 

"Would you like to look at the moon?" It 
Was Dr Srrughold. I turned awiy from the window. 
He Jed me to the pilot compartment. Morley and 
Zawadzki were not working. They sat back In their 
chairs arm.* fobled. studying ihg instrument panel 
Jiow and ih*n. ^the Mny windows turned dark. 

"Show him the moon." *^-}d the doctor to Mar- 
ley. Stnighold said it with the happmr.. of a boy 
about to di*«play a new bicycle onVhristmas morn- 
ing. The pilot swung r.U chair to the left hand 


•’ In n after some Van- 

V . :it to IV.ilam III lf*'4S 

■ h#=,i lalkiT) BBC 
; anil .viM-jn two moiiths 
a u«-*-h‘ He u.it man 
-l-o.u the u. -i.i that war 
Al H»- .-\n ENi-'S^nd " 

■ t four y., .. vtof 


Lovii -rory. N’ot 
but rather a tale 
Imr.fired-year - ./^i 
that belong.* to 
« if'C of Did; Lr-. .. 
like him, helped b 
uiprio which ^.vlrlv 


.1 •■lory 

iJleied ijc-.iin 

f BC; .= ,4 i,-.. 
• who!:- 


mcp. for M.r- 
more of nir - 
police tradiho 

True Life Adventures^ 

^Ep-fuNEis 

The ANGEl. V 

TME GOBL.IN/ - 

TVaEVtm BOTH X‘' 

members ’ .V- J 

T.'E SAME A - ., JB 

FAiaiuv 


of GamttUi, 

To Afru n <■. 

more than a lu > 

farrow sirifu . 

si.-l*- The I . . • ; 

Mugjzinr ’ 
•ire peanui^^ i >-t : 
hepswa.x , I 


'IcKII.I.AkNF^ 

‘ - Mi "1 Kmp 

■'ll Mu' • . 


Th<* Re- •! I' 
icy Co'f '- 
'•ttors will. 
Welcome tf 
• ■‘•need De 


FOR A .MOMFNT, the <ighf I saw struck 
Into silence. Below *f d to the left was a giga 
ball, bright enough to .urt the eyes. It was 
Ired m the deep bi :ck of space, the biggest ol 
I have ever seen It wi. « huge, lazy beauty, fil 
a big segment of the There vfere dark pah 
and bright one*, but I could -ee no man in the m 
"It s in the threequarter pha- " /.awadakt 
*^’e'U see the dark •'part when get a 1 
closer." 


— AbJP SO IS THiS WEiRP, 14--FOO 
PEN'ZEN OP THE PEER — 
a THE OOBLIN SHARK. 


Mirrou':1e«i h\ 
'/ nothing 


!■ .: It. r i;ll of aii'xiu'v 
hlH old Hogan. McKi 

i.t- ‘'nrio du-.T ri ik- ir th. 
-ut 1 n.ni. ih.it he 1 ; nd 
been ahoi at Uamey •> place 


4 Bailti CoUmict 

SLNDAY, NOVK.MBEK 2, 1M6 


For a nionient. the .vight I »uw struck me Into sile net-, f he 

Ug Hegment of tJie <tky 


a hngr. lazy beauty, fflling 






tifU-diw. diawiiii* h. gun and boih womait 

and (Juoi U tu^-K hul >phi -v'-'Md iu v*>j 

thai iJie dtin 111 Itad nu other ■ Uiiin 

Uic bedi uurrniii woo. nu**);irnj a duty drt*j»a* 
ing gown round ti**! Mal^•l. gUri>d at the j>olj('C 
intiusion. not:v~.~^ s.>-. he i'lu>ed the fiont 

doui. Ilijl it ! ’^d V- •■viu*d aiHiiJwr dooi at the aide. 

“WhaT .1 IS, there' ' hr kvd. 

“A Uedioom.’' . i.me the moro-»e aoNwer. 

“C>pcn i' 

WordJi- ;b. Mr* Mar'in. hugglfit; the wall, half 
fearfully '.treu-tK'd for the dooi knob and tuin»*d 

The door <towly open to 9how a dork- 

ened intei nir. * -.tk • * 1 eji forward, rtefon* 

he lould take anothei he lecollfii from the n ich- 
ing hlajit of a ''‘Aedvrfl ’gun. aimed by MeKil- 
lainej kneeling ... i<Je on a bed. The IV 
chaiar Iff No •• ^ ’ugh! the drfertive in the 

‘‘lomach. and kluithing hi?* tnlddlr he slowly 
douhUnJ use. to •;!? on the girnind. 

In a >.!. et:>, m hand. l<*ar>ed 


OETtCTIVK KlC'HAKl) I.KM.S 
... he took o«»e 


G rim grey and smoke grimed, the head- 
quatien of Vancouver's 300 man police force 
was a busy placo in 1914. 

L> and down the steps of the v'ordova Street 
entia- - a stone s throw from' venerable SI. James 
Church, detectivqfc. Judges, newsmen and lawyers 
came and went. Tubbing shoulders with a motley 
coUecUon of cigar chewing, derby hatted bond-<men, 
plu.s assorted giifters arvd drifter* Herr and there 
were aUo thi>se male and female anonymities known 
to tipstaffs as “fftends of the aicused.” 

If there was destruction In the air in EurupC: 
conatructi::^? was in Wciiem Canadas air: growing 
p>»pularity of the automobile waf bringing demands 
r>r better roads, and n«*w paving programs brought 
new work crews to swell V«ncouve?’'s .idewalk 
thiungs It also brought a lot of new face.* to Van- 
couver's underworld 

Chief Constable .vlulhem had just retiicd The 
new Ch;»f was Murdoih B. McLennan, and one of 
his first acts wa.s to confirm Acting De:.*.tives Diik 
Levis and Bob Tisdale as detecti\»->, for their quick 
work in rounding up gimmen Clark and DavLs th*ia 
avenging Const. Archibaltf. murdered on hl.s lonely 
east «*nd beat. 

The perseverance of the two deiiv>ive-» rraeked 
the night lime mystery of the young polire offii'er's 
dealh in a brief b*iui* Mid April. 19U, saw the 
killers executed. 

That summer a.s the heat throbbed in waves 
or; Vancouver’s downtown building* and -treet.5 it 
aei*med to Dick Les- ' the 28-year old Irish detective, 
rounding out hi: fourth year with the department, 
that iheie were only two things that really mattered. 
Oiw w is the fearles.s ^-o^ptance nf underworld’s 
d.sily challenges, the other his furndv At home hl.s 
wife FNteile. and three small ch«?-:r»n a. - re his 
other world: «nmeth:ng apart from the dally crud 
Hies nf the police round. 

ns .Al’Gl sr 4 came war: and three weeks 
lafer, on lu- 27th. while Britain'^ “Contemptibles” 
fougbt their historl*; reargu.srd action from M r-; to 
the Marne Vanenuv»r’s east Ha .tints Street saw 
the curtain go up on a smaller life and death drama 
ft started that e*enlng, at the lunch counter of 
the Empire Hotel nn Hastings. ‘ = iround the 
enmer from Columbia, This clash of human emo- 
tipns stemmeff. if was said, from the fact that 
a police informant. Lkc the proverbial pitcher went 
otw ifto often to the well. His name wa* "Red" or 
•‘.Scurv’ Hogan 'Thomas on rhe police blotlert 
and this . vening as.hr sat at the counter working 
his wav through a Pvo-hit meal, a frlendlv arm wm 
sllpned jroimd hl.s shoulder. 

The passerbv let hi* band pau«e 7 mid irm to 
Courde an affectionate .squeeie with hU 


Insp lK)MiiliJ McLfHid was on 
1 a 'ij-.i.sd. T" l a>i an ambulance re- 
a rare of Mrs. 

• ;m 4» moment t.h t i; , broihei* 

J b:.me- Tl-.i* pt-.i--, figuring 
;:ii.-=tijr.g of inlet e,-: took 

1 -'-.ter in law Th.i' ...^ it a V.in- 

il h-‘'(t iwo Meiini-. .-if ;r.*ngland’s 
ar il Le\u.. L .:n w. hovering 


the • " 
mo>Al l.ev 
Marlin It 
In law I : 


y. - nd with ihejr aid quiekiv 
►: Alexandei ;*reet hmt*.. whidi 
111 to devrired wln^rf 

a wharf « ■* gave no further 
V-- W j 3 Lm> foUlMl the .sawed- 
clioigun inirrcl ami :i hacksaw 
i«b Given .1 *nlff of 
"ff jgain. unerringly f.dlowtng 
: k to ihe -* .. . :ed '-^--rf 

vvliile Hogan »how*il signs 
-=•= Mill in critical condithni. 

went on imahale<l, remln* 

• he-. Clin.*! .\nhibalil had been 
i.i:. iial d'^ubir 'hift io comh and 
hon.se. water- 

ei.i o;;t ro Ihe p<>itiv In Vidoria. 
and Tuconia a-.d .“siipt, Cohn S. 
r. Poiu-e .s«*a:r.-;rU ihe wanfed 


.sLEX.WOKR sTRKFT wi,eperhap« ilie most 
unsavory part of the bustling .seaport's c-asi end. 
and when the police ear pulled to a ;tup in fhe 
TOO block. Lev'i* mapped the strategy. The ho«'*^ 
they knew, hud three exit* front, back and xide^ 
"You take the back door Mac.” said Le\i< 
"and I’ll take the front ’ To Hunt he added "Bill 
you keep .i watch on the street then you’ll see 
him whichever door he rome-% out *’ 

banged on Ihe front dtjor, and eventuallv 
it <)pencd a few inch**« to •ji-'Close the hard and 
(jLss«dutc face of Bsmev MiCm's wife 

"You Mrs. Martin?" .s.sid Levis, fUshing his 
badge. 

"W:at do you w'ant?" cime the ra.sping query. 
‘Tm looking for Mickey the Dago." was the 
polic'eman’s curl challenge. 

"He ain’t here." 

“Then I'll come in and take a look" said the 


Police 


CECIL 

CLARK 


12 SaHtf (Enlonlst 

SrND.%Y. NOVEMBER 2, 1958 




Bv f.lN'Mr RKARIisi.KV* 


Hi!" •.v:n>ds dtH~sni begin lo i«*»i 
ixiv magnUicer..-^ of J*. V. at;d 
' I . h*>rui-. yet In - v 
;n ■»:» Mill** a*Tes of ‘Iijcw/mvI, 
I'lipiy ar- expansion of il»e i<»g 


ve\ 

Kjy Bj< I 
(hU er<i : 
arbuiii-. :i 
cabin id<*a 


II the at DogW'MMj A'‘ie*i 

• r.il the iradifional log rabir. 

■viih i'!-- iiotoiu'd with ail axe u> i 
•• 'hr .»merx Two of the th'-v ;. 
m| fi^iive ,iie And Uie floors aie made 
•>tk pljiikiiig. V.s»?ful and beauiiful local 
-iLi vegmeiits for steps, slab# on do*>'- 
'•» l.i.. uutvHie wails above ea\r- heijjlu; 
in- -* 1^.1 iaii.s. cuHatn rods and vano> . 
uw* b.v.. employi'd wtih tas»e and'dik ny. 
-J'li-il wlieii the Bain_<-(odg||K hv- a 

- I. •. cm Ih” pro(>)‘l I- 111 

I till' woil: - th- 

-.vm that i 

I ' " hiiikt.'i : If wax fun. • \r d•''l 

V L :>ihful ‘ 4 fairy l. . (1 in tin* 


three inches thick ^ 
Cowichan JUead. i t 
Acies, rescued ihifr| 
almost too watp- t 
A small mill op*> I 
salvage and he be- | 

tleiiing It to hi 
ea.sv. The plar.!.- | 
from the bearh wn t 
sliarjdy. ' 


nd a foot wide. A resident of 
or three miles Lorn Dogwood 
me lumbei when it had become 
■d to show above the seas. 
. ToM Javk Barraclough of the 


■ ; ■ tt . pmved anything but 
!-?*•> he dragged to the road 

cy weir; the land rose loo 
the wMitls on c«*dar logs 
1 'I th.’ boards pushed Ihe 

■ St thenk-elvc^s Kay Barra- 

‘.Valu'd for hours, frantic* 
If - • k ex;ian>^ of water 

■ • d .<biuf 2 a.m , and the 
It Island \’»ew Beach. 

waniixl to touch them afier 
ater. J-'malJy with the saw 3 
rr.i.-. the? work wa* done. 
“ thi,:' . in terms of stan* 
rely rextramed from Mwtng 


unilr-r .lij fl] 
=-IoUgh ar>d the tw 
ilh sigriim** 1'* 
iH'fore a ! nt I. . 
l-ianka were bro=- 
C*f course ■ 


est ki.id" fw he 
plcklfig ot>* -d t)|, 
man wti.. 

N’OfUe h»l iii- 
Ihe pie» - - . >• ;i 

fllli'd H -lei 

Mr *.r f %?. . 1 

llieit ;>• ,ii: 

I’hex' b-id to •- 
of kr : 
splerJitl 
COfl.ii-i- 


ll pjr;-e< V. ... Jeff tO a y<-> 
hadn’t heat'J nf thr? 
ii'li. t’uiiet!-*l ill? pi. ke<t out all 

? • - ii.h-.j- I :,p,| 

Inr SJT a lh-"< ■••ti L*i- : wti»:. 
: !.«r’«Mieh wantivf knotty p;: ■* ft=- 
“;r: h " ' : no| -..rr-,! 

a thfiu*^- d. and th , 

'dl beauiiful' d<,. ->n t n : ; 1 ■ ■ 

*'-d wToU of U - 1 ...... in the liMl.- 


working from Ihe basic idea of a (.'-shaped 
:>UM» whose vtnga would eiiclo.-ie one particularly 
i'.scd dogwood tree Mr. Bartadough drew the plaiu* 
?Jf. -s*rce .io arrhit'x t could he found who had 
t- er dtmigned a log hou.se. When the sketdi was. 
rompleted. it was -Mbmiited to an orthitect. who 
rn.ide jutt one change: tliree sections to the main 
buihroom instead of two. Agreeing that this wa.s 
■ n impiovent/uir, Jack took hi* plan to D. I). Moore, 
then buikllng inspector for Saanh=li. who solved the 
pmhlem nf where to put the garage l^y coming to 
th. property and simpdy turning the plan ovei. 
•••-•= w;“' Ihe first "f many helpful moves by Mr. 
I who tooK a keen interest tn'the project from 
-lad to finish 

Building a log cabin W'as all very well, but a 
hu«> >i>a.uran<v* ex'»^inive cuuW hardly spare time 
in build a house 66 feet in lengih and a storey and 
a hnlf -.1 ' - • Nobody .,...dd h.- V i,d who i.;.. -.v 
- ij---.- •» .-f building iog hOus<‘v; hul two losg.-: 
I'-i; . •dliv..;. and 'Phil Harr;—... h.-»d built the 

w«l *'itf. aj>d •■•ft.iinly Mu-ir log?, ~ 

hir.-d insmlled in a gaiHc*- on the jn.>pertv 


ri’i'.'i 11'f- -i 

dard floon, 
The Ime w 
in their oi i 

about -M : 


Till* M.** of making the*, permanent hnmf 
111. Utl.i* .n a log liOuse got lit If*: 

r j:i -I ’ J -•-i|ui k?v»< hfd uii itu- iJ.nM 

ILii ' ( MK B.iy h'lme .nd i»i? led 

,.,t foe p ‘h'ltnig -iyrr If 

:il y.-ii-.t ii* A Tu.illv ■ *“ „ '»ut. they -j-.-J 
: jl'^' and -:-.:cpi«l -tie «il 
I li\.' in I! .- lo.i; ■ ! = *.--” fo 

-V h:-..-vl jr l-1-n huild ■- -M 

Long lnMnr/* fjic ti 


' es. one in thr Jning roewn 
'. .sie buih nf rock r-:V-red by 
iLshtd Io hold Its .. -,’ariety. 
rruni*! ^.uppoiied by smaller 
;*.o the 'orse. provioc pan of 
g rc-r-rn heatilator fireplace. 

has pirtes from pracinwlly 
buildings in Victoria — here « 
e oT the Fjrq*re«« Hotel, 

■'d'- and end* of line poliahed 
oi.uin.-n! maker who liad them 
•is ol local ceni’tf uciion work. 

e the lix-iRiv njom, has if.s own 
naiieed bark toback with Ihe 
den fireplace serves a double 
the hcHi for a steam shower 
The kitchen. 

' the name of Joe Holland, 
bx Mr, Biirraolough. did the 
and Ihe knotty pine panelUng 
rr. i)v«*Jy with Ihe natural logs 
Joe was a man of few words, 
eommeqt. If he was .xsked 
limit himself to. "That looks 
'That don’t look good." In 
•x.nserxunve carpenter's jud^* 
'-•■me of fr.y' best of the knotty 
'tkif;:: t'tit the mote knots 
wa-' . but he “ a model 


I'l Oj.Mif.g srt 

the fii-.Kh nf the Uv 

The maible l 

all •;l»» moil* fnrrrij 

; ■ nf a .bank, th 
.tl-'l onj ’Ilxei.. 

c.inul fr..im a 
. 1 * Icft-oxci^ fjom 

The del' ad;«*Tni 
fitepu.-,. 4iu<‘h j« 
puiio ha/lKinie Th 
I*i)rp»«-«e, loj- It prox ; 
III the haO|i'*im < 

Gr.e i-Sipi>ntei 
.i^-.sTj^j; or; \xr^kc«-.i 

intei ioi conxiniciioh 
xx’hici. contrast:., so a 
nf It »- ouiside walls 
lately Xf>luni’>enng 
his Mpe i.,n, hi* . 
;joo«j or. coi....„: 
one t, two s|kU>, hi 
him to hidt 

\V**eki nd*. and fn Other rp;ir*‘ lime, the xxhnh Pi' e » -hit-.d dot;'*, 

t.. f ,i. j.,:. :.<x! in TO xvork c-i; the hrm^,. aloi.g wp!' n -J the pcr:“; 

the 1 --^ h=.;gei* N'll. 13. «r»d llyi'ar-old IhrlwiT • --xn. 

iirft.j-.-oui;!. :;.-jweU a pdt1i<ul-*: ikm fur mrtiUu’e -j-;,,. , 1 op<tp 

.J,. ;. fMK- I»li..h or. th,. w. r>.nny a,„l Ihrl 
nl lead plaa*^. Ml ea« h looming Uieir en: i. 

ploy* - *• M h-;.. \*ein in go mio pi«. p , . 

that <lnx .\ ^-.iiilbi:— rd iri.-* I - hn n he li.-xrt made. 

XX:-.*^ kept J.ar,d; lot rel.'-ii - Nuluij! ‘-g I'on; 

were laid the lull length of ea; f. wall, . ' 

,*!h 1 were honxl iluough und dowelh'd togLi)u*i ^ ^ 

Mourd each door or wi;:d«v. o|»**iung brioie the 
xfirtcc Wiis cut out.* The cruUh and curuer 

lifting XX j* done with an axe. Logs dragged 

.tud idi^ed into {tosition by m=-an* «f a Iw/rv taudi* 

••chicle consulting of two xvagun wlu‘eK (cuiiu»clod 
by a pipe. 

1946. as many xivill l.•memb••r. was » year of 
'hruT.ii^es. Kionrton of any qutfi'.v was t,:=.-ticali\ 

"n‘.‘blamabie MoiV>vei, tiu* lUi raciougtis UkJn t 
w?uit lust floming-ihey xxaitUsJ planking xvhrch 
xvould be in k«.>epiOg with llie rest oi the house. 

A ballast laden ship, putting in up Island for 
enrgo, discarded the planks xxhirh held tli/ Ksllaxt 
in position: solid English oak planks more than 


one u.-i 
The I i 
vvhih* I 

amh'ii., 
yciir •■= 
UlklAt > 


r.-;;- T i»r hv?*; were h*«aij;jlit /torn anniheu 
:ty br-loiicl-.L^ tn Mr Bh:;.;. i:., Felled. 

Tied. ; .^h-d, and shaveij flat on two oppoxiic 
for filling together the log> xx-eic teid* for 
ir.c from .Sooke lo Ihc-ir Klk Lake <le<-tiiia<ion 
Hill. .n^. trucker- threater..vi to dump them if 
xvne i-un lhr<:...;T Jack Barraclough. fac««d 
ruin nf hi.s carefully selectexJ and pie[>uri-d iog> 
*y w. rc :)l]oxx'ed to lie on the grou'id while ih*’ 
Ti- XX .-..■‘ftled, thiealened stiM If c^' xlelixeix 
red w h-refii V and won his pruni, wiOi tie.id- 
‘ B.i: ; •c|<--'^;Ti HeuLs Hoi Ixrg* ‘ 


xsent on to do eonsuk'iable 
•y had i:-arr.ed on the Barra- 
often ^TT.^ught people around 
'"rt- tfifli we hiuli " 

marly odxaiitages, 
“Joughs •"'nien’s a nail and 
r the baU-nny. Jexrl of the 
livmg room! that holds 
.•?- ?!;T. You »‘4ii throw an 
•e of y.;>ur fiionds But the 
‘ :;ol in *i:;mmer. warm In 
f HuUd log betxxi-c'n you urx] 


biiiiy lo ii'i ■■■ood<*d land- 
u*«L* of available mavnals. 
•uppU-rxeniing them artixtic- 
i* b'ldt aflouLs a sliining 
, .*Med tn VarK-ouvei IpiUrMl 


^ iJ** lot iir,.igj'..il 

,if\d ti*-4*ur« efulii' 
.ifly. Ihe hou-xi' tl.;i 
example to a: 
archileeiure. 


flatly (tnloniii! 

I'AV. .NOVEMBER 




J jOLLYWOOD— 'Tdie Adan^s and her huj»bH»%l. 

Emie Kovacs. are neighbors of mine, and one 
in >ming recently I hnd a poolsifle breakfast with 
Edte. She was ‘Wearing form-fitting slacks that dis- 
closed a very nice figure, w. I was surprised when 
ahe akippi'd the buttered toast with the explanaflon. 
•1 have to fight m> weight all the time " 

Edie explained that os a child she had a. terrible 
aweeih tooth. 

"Even now I can go through a t>»und of choco- 
lates with the greatest ease. So now 1 never koc-p 
candy In the house and we don't have desserts except 
fresh fnilT. 

•*rve trtetl every diet you've ever heard of. I've 
gone on a banana, skim milk and grapes diet. I've 
eateh eggs and tomat<^ until my system alm>jisr 
turned to acid, but 1 found the diet they gave Ernie 
Works very well with me. 

"Ybu know he had to lose 40 pounds, and when 
you stay with a diet that long you change >uur eating 
habits. 

NOT HVNOnV 

“Emte was under a doctor’s care. We found that 
when you know what you are doing you can* have 
three meals a day and sciU lose a pound a day. There 
Is a lot to that 'eat and grow thin theory, if you 
atay 6V ay fro^ stan hes. fats and concentrated 
aweeta.” Edie exclaimed. 

^ "Of courM* that means you can't have potatoes, 
spaghetti, cakes and cookies or bread and butler. 
But with eggs. meat, cottage cheese, salads, fresh 
fruits and vegetables, you can hardly be'hungry." 

After breakfast Edie look me on a tour of their 
new home. 

"It’s necessary to keep an equatkin between run- 
ning a house and running a carebr." she said. ‘T 
feel both aare equally Important and must be done 
equally well 

“It's not easy to maintain this balance, but you 
have to Concede first things first. When I'm simply 
swamped and wish I were quintuplets, the only thing 
to do to keep from being a nervous wreck is to sit 


down quietly and deride the relaiive imiH?: same of 
what has to be done." 

Edie told me that no nne in hei family had ever 
been in show buKini^i-s before. 

■ f didn't know anyone who had r\rii ,i remote 

t-ontii.-t with the enteitainmem firiu. Htii 1 kept 
H dieam In mind that some day I'd » d mv plait*. 
I sang rciloratum .M>piQni). and 1 and won 

first place in an amateur contest. When I w.^-orfeied 
a job to sing jjopular songs on Er;.;. ; ..w. I gave 

up my dream of o{K*ra. And I've nevei i.-kTieiied it." 

She had her hair tusl up In a ? if id explained 
that she spends halt her lime weanni; pin* uiis. 

■ My hair is a tremendous uroldem I loiv^ ihj» 


EOIE AD.AMS 
don’t grab thone bangs 


THOUGHT 
FOR FOOD 


P VER SINCE the apple raused such consternation In 
^ the garden of Eden iq has been one of the mo*t 
popular fruits in the world. And it should be. Every 
apple is a tight little package of sugars and Juices, 
of gentle roughage and unfattenlngnutrition. These 
days much importance U given to tli^Twrftaijing of 
lt*od. net nature knew the value of this ages ago 
. . . the apple is ond of nature'^ nmie*«t packaged 


6 Sailg dolmtiat 

SVNOAY, XOVCMBER 1, IMS 



fly B. A. McKKI.VIE 

HEROIC PARTS played by volunfcers from 
^ Wotern (anada since the first contingent of 
volunteers left to fight ai;aiiisl the Boers in South 
Africa is a colorful saga. Bel there are other 
sparkiiiit; facets to the edifice of bravery and de- 
votion reartnl tiy cotirai'eous men long before the 
hncle sounded from .Africa. Infortiinatcly all of 
th*'M> incidents are not as wt‘ll known as (Uey 
deserve. 



that 

.uiij Melons 

f(-bi. , 

i.i '-•“•uiii 

b»* 

IhtcalciUMl He li-lt 

ihat 

aituck 

by 

must he pM-prired to ■■ 

r. qu 



Iv. n.,t «,nl) against 

t;., I- 

fimi even 

the- 

- but 'foi fu»-vcnl‘-»n oi 


It IS pii»i»er limvt’ver, ihnt 
Bt thi iH'iiod in Dtir di*v<-lwp- 
nnMit Si’ a n<itu»n anil a'- a 
p.irt of Tiu’ « njtifnonwo.'il’h. 
tl..it umi-* jilnmld be 

iis-alJi-d Thi-s is parilcuUrly 
tiue of the til St 1 C Ulrnt body 
Of orgam/isi turn, the Victmui 
V<*t‘ig«- 

]t w.. - iruiiiisl a militia 
unit; it • «mpait:n«*d 
mil ilie • i V •.rtcouvt'i ; 

Ividiiil. tiitd if.-%<went d.ingei 

ami ;;..t pr.-uuiiun 

iniglit afloidcd to . :5:. r-. 

and mmr p.i: that 
furl Viitoil.i '.••■»ul»l b»* 

gu.mU'd - aitack l»y 

native w 

The ti «ml even the- 

]ocMti(>n of the I.uld «*f 

llievo it.mn;: -uf-i -lipp-il 

fit>m i-ominoii ki-n. They 
weie M-n oI the Hmi- 

SerM H»v r- iip-iiy. wh«» 
wen* orgiim/ed is' -rjl lo 
Up a til l> n->ive work that 
thal miiTMl -.::y at- 

temp! I ’ the iij post. 

It w.:- ••-iiunii-ij 111 ) "the Port-, 
0 g«* Ir’iei, of *■' :*loria llailHii. 
but where . . ■' 'riie I'mlagt* 
Inlet, earlj m.ips -iiy'rV. wc.h 
C arried :l| Ihe •. .ly Ro;k 

Bay. throuL’h the liorge, lo 
whi»l in nnv\ knn-Ari as "Vic- 
toria AlO. ■ The mii'-l 

Iv sought in small 

vtrt'ftm or i its-k, for a viil.igc 
would r«s|uiie a plentiful suit- 
ply Of waiei 

If evidenily w:is Governor 
Richard Ulaeshard. the un- 
fortunate young lawyer who 
came out in is^ "the first 
governor of the new Colony of 
Vancouvei s H.md. He had 
hirgoiten lo arrange for a 
salary for hi^s --erv'ices and 
he had no exj.en'-e allowance. 
In fact, be had praclicolly 
nothing to do for the great 
bulk of auib.iiiiy rep.--..d m 
Ihe hands of Onef Factor 
Jame.s Douglas the gigantic 
head of the compuny west of 
the Rocky Mountains. Blans- 
hard in Iiih d'f.-!ptH>lntment 
complalmsl to Douglas. He 
waniisl ^cmeiine ir, command, 
so suggesie .1 soldiers. 

Writing to London. March 
21. Ik5l. Duugla.s explained to 
Archibald B.ircl.vy. s<*cre!ary 
of the company,' that Hl.ins 
hard was "in favor of having a 
mUltary force m the colony for 
the protection of ihe inhablt- 
«ntR., . . II was wjt.s with the 
object of meeting Gov<»rnor 
Ulanshard -. view.; . . . that I 
look Ihe lit.«erij of recommend- 
ftig Ihe formation of a rural 
police, to l>e eflecti-.| by grant- 
ing a - , t lain nurr^-K-r nf 20 acre 
JotR on the Fur Tmdc Reserve 
to Ihi r...;.;.,..,,-, letnii^g s«»rv- 
anis. " 

Such was the of the 

yiclon.i Volijgeuiv •niey were 
formed to act milliary 
police r;n; quarter of a cen- 
tury prior to the formation of 
the .Northwest Mouniwl 
I’ollce. In later vvars it w.t-. 
rather tliffirujt m di.siinguish 

hetwiH'n pujiri- .-jiid v-omhar 

duly, but u 1 - a CMlojful tale 
that these gii/iU-d old sej-v- ' 
•nts of the wildcrnesa wove. 
Their numt)c-i.-> weie largely 
FrenchCanadinn half breeilii, 
»ome wHh Iroqurds blood in 
their veins. They hii<l crossed 
the continent as bivaimen and 
canoe-men in the ciews of the ^ 
fur company. ^ 


«'i by wJiitC’ 

Itwm. 

It w ■ in Mulch. If", that 

‘ ^ to ■ ,11 im'i rui.'il 

{K-f!.^,. to inf,,..,- Jr 

v»-'’ rr:..f 01 - ..f .-.]<ii-.ip- 

puliilniciil. T;::--^^ dijl not 
till i» .-..I - I'xfM nil! 

><*vpinl .-.tMle h.idj - 
klllrU by iwu fr.- -:,. ^ Xlu- 
■ Who -d 

-.Jiw them, Thi- niigiit rr ;n 
Irmjhje iJ w;:- t! ;i 10 

>e.-,rf. sir.ee !!;c Indi v.’ Ui..ier 
fiUid.. ..f Chief >1em. 

.1 Co'i^irh.in liiiei of i;;.*:;- ;j“y 

repiifation. afi.uk.-d ft Vic- 
toria. The ociaslun at if _* 
hiiti aNo aris+m in the 
slaughter f>t ••v}‘'!e. 

I me Iroli.in war. e;t- ar- 
re-ifd D told th:- Ihnish 
go\p; i.ini-ii| irt a diRtiatih. hut 
’in niie-iiiptiric to ant)i.-*henrl 
the Oth<T Iiffeniier, wlto h.id 
taken i.-fiige in the pili.cipal 
Fnnghees Viliiig»» ne.ir V*ftoria, 
the '••■"siable ,-ind hi= retinue 
Of 10 men Were "urrounred by 
a tumultouv throng of armed 
Indians, who 'u*! him at deft- 
ani-e. and were only ri*-*ir«inetl 
at the imint of the Iwivone! 
ffom rushing ir. .,nd dt.vaimmg 
the parly. They were {.ubse- 
quently oimpclIiM lo retire in 
disnrder wnhuui having ex 
ecutetl Ihe w.iiranl. and with 
the lr.,=s of two musket.s and a 
boar, which rem.imded In the 
hands qf the Inrttan.s 

"There was one additional 
Jo.sR II was Dr. J. ,S. Helm- 
<kens hat. Tblv w.rs Import- 
ant. a.^ the cIjhtoi rer^.i.led 
as a cliief It V rl therefore 
be a maft.u ..f d. to recover 

"A* soon as the -.i,.-,, 

reporierl." the govn nor 
"I ‘•cfit another p„riy de 
mand of the tf,p 

Ix- it and the mu'-kef.. thej- had 

o lawfcv,4iy .J 

of b<dnjf puni.shed if i!::- oh- 
■ ■•b'l In re-.tnr«' them i.-ir tl>« 
mi---.jon was iboitive 
The -Ituaiion wa- .» 

bad fhompt .,,,(1 etlt.f.v.- 
acitnu must Iw taken ni 

<•1 NS f.OADKl) 

’AllJiough verj imwilliijg to’ 
procet^l lu exiiemllv with 
these India!.’ who 1-^0 
uniinrmly fuendly." lie i iiipha- 
■-!7e<l ‘I couhl not nlli.-w Her 
Majpvi\‘H authnnty m be iluis 
ire.tled with corttempt niuI the 
law* -M at defiance. 

The old ’learner BciiVer 

still -^omewhaf of n iirrcMiing 
my'stery io the Iiuluiis . w,ix 
ordertNl lo raise steam. iThis 
look Q matter of feveral hjiur.s. 
hut then -he move«l sj»;<csh- 
Ibgly out into Ihe harlior off 
the Indian village. Guns were 


Douglas, wht-n',hr 
Ilhirivhard a*- gf.vfi.t.u in IK.'.- 
•‘■nti'd the lone h 
*:'-:il\ h-'fo;r {};:;! ihc -• 
or i»i U-usi one or iwn of 
nu-ndtr : - htol w;!t. 

H!aii>h.tMl at Foil H-.-; 

W-:r-;; Wjlf ll‘ ,‘l'r IfieiC. 

L-!'‘! HiilliniMU. .’Cl yeuiit of 
Ihe iKuit* uJailv 

di-.:,;.^..,’lie<l lomscij 

h: mH!!T«airi Hi: militi.i. 

t*' across the Ik-'iIit 

WMe I'ol ica-' ur;.-.g r- 




This i|ii|i| ’In till of ttorge, |n> lured haK 4-entiii> may have been 

Voltigeiirs. 


fur \ Miuria. 


They Defended Victoria 


lo :;Ld and wo-i- ii.i:""tl%m the 
lf.'.jiid h*.i, . Her atn- 
‘-'.Hr d; • . ' Ihreateu- 

mg. 

'Tl-* .. wa n.— Ii exciiemcni 
ntul .ilarm ’ Indtans. " 

I'iiuglax '''n?** ^■iumeA 

■md criMdmi were IIV:=.^' in all 
din-<'tion‘-, while ihe men ap 
iNMietl to h:;ik. unmoved Ufem 

Ihr ‘-fcin- of dar:::ei. Thf»>', Ibo, 

tia<l iinie for it-it.-. t.iui on the 
::ii!M-qUenir« id lui’lijfig Ipp 
mailer .'urlher, a’xi lo my 
gical ivhef sulit d me- .cr.gcr 
lo beg ti-.j! pi uivedinfi-5 n^gh^ 
he 

•’Tli»- m'-*’kc!- ^^^d Dr. 

Ih lrTickitn'% etsipc.iu wuc re- 

i-iV«’tV<l. Dm :-v-i Weie p.tid 

for the cowh. 

It V...: true 1h.it the militia 
was driven b.-ck upon H -t 
hvil it not dis- 

gidi.td It v.ouki have been 
fully for 10 V^diigCiir^ ind a 
policeman to have | . xist«l an 
exiled rancheiia. 

H WMS that iirtme year 

ih.it trouble hioko lAii requir- 
ing quick -actum. It wu* the 
murder. In Saanich at the 
Chiwin;aH Hill sheep station, 
of Peter Browm. a young Scot- 
li*h shepherd. Two Indians 
fr<«m the East Coast wore su» 
p.,4cted. One h Cowichan 
and Ihe olher the son of a 
prominent Nanaimo chief. It 
was tauween ChiL’lnias ond 
r\e.w Year when II.MS Theils, 
36 guns. Captain A. U Kuper. 
t'B. arrived, tinvernof Douglas 
at imce requisitluned a force 
of ’‘Hors lo uphold Ihe civil 
power. 

•( OnTS or UAH’ 

The nav’j? force numbering 

l. 11 men, wa.< placed aiK>atd 
Ihe =-.....(.g «— -.cl Reeoveiy, 
which w>- lo b«* pulled by the 
steamer Beaver. Lu-ut. Arthur 
Sansum npd Lnmt. John 
Mc:r-‘_. were in comm.vnd of 
the naval foil.- iJiir ih.-te 
w. i. olher Jighters on Ihe ex- 
pedlliMji. Ihe Vutoiu Volli- 
ircuis. Thi-rc w.i-^ a ^mall 
number along In do ^Couting 
woik. fur x^htch thuy wen* 
.'idiTilr.-xbly fiit.-d 

In an old ati>.imt hook of 
Ihe time, in the IJC Archives, 
in the meticulous entries of 
the '■l'uwt*gi.in E.vfk*diiion " 
muCTft of the of ihjii loj-ay 

m. i/ hf Tlierc the 

'osi.s Of Ihe war' may Ik? 
esiimati-d. 

Making up ihc number of 
militia V. iut.-ie names oppcju" on 
ihc pay lis| ;,.s iegul.it tncm- 
lh-5*. nie: Basil Haltuw>au. 

?MTceant; Tapisse Monllgny, L. 
CharlxmneaM. Bouche, H. 

Hulsnn Franrjs S-al.ikarakin.. 
J. Ncwblid. laiuix Montret and 


? T Omiany i interpivier >. Bat- 
- tineau and Omiany icteived 
• .ioUar and one half pc'r day 
Icr ihe 18 days of th** c<»m- 
p.^’^n, the balance Y*ere paid 
uiu’ dollar each pei day. There 
^ V Mill another name: he re- 
i-^‘ive<l $.33. He w*is the hang 

man. 

The force landed at Cowi- 
chan Bay and proceeded a little 
way Inland. Xhes atnped 
•m a hillside. Several, hundn-d 
Indrins m.ide a t-udden appear- 
r''Tr rin.Ihe river. They ’prong 
Irom their canurs aiid charged 
up Ihc slop<- to wheiv Gover- 
nor Douglas w.i.s killing on a 
camp chair. Dougins made no 
Sign Thai he noticed them. He 
w*m/ on calmly smoking hU» 
pi|te and viewing the scenery. 
Yelling And waving 

’{•ears Hh<I no iwwver to disluib 
turn. He rem.i|nod calm. The 
s.iilors zr-<i V'oliigeu:'. were 
prepared to fire. :.,;i the gov- 
ernor had told ll)em not to 
do so. 

Now (he Indi-iiis were about 
him He did not notice them. 
They afnpi»e<l; this was 
4 strange, that even the .gn-al 
;^u\ernor should hesitate. He 
did not. but thev did In the 
•K*cond of silence lie started to 
speak. He rose to hiv feet, 
«tiU talking, and made a 
.speech with such purpose that 
the Indians .sel/ofi the man 
they Intended to pjoiect and 
delivered him imo l>)ugl.is' 
hands. 

The campaign continued To 
Nanaimo, where a (lf*ixperale 
pursuit was nece.’ .»> trom 
village to village Finally the 
Volilgeur* a.nd a couple of 
sailor.’ cha*sed the fugitive up 
a little -Stream. Ii wm-j snow- 
iry; aat the time. He w.;-. well 
hkiden In a hollow slump. The 
•low oblhei.if.ni his prims. 
TTte Indian bec.irtii* nervous 
.‘id tried to shoot *ir>e of the 
Mllnrs *nie gun only flashed. 
A snowflake ‘?.-!d fuJlen into 
th:? firing pan. He w i > i/ad 
»-i'l biought on boiiid the 
Be.-iver as a pi.-P..,-; q-jit- 
f'dxt morning ixuh fiativifs 
were tried. They weie ac- 
‘■•'■.Ird the right, fof f...» 
time on the ->-^ssi.' to have « 
jury. 

Tlie nime of the promlrt ''7 
•-jitf-u'.ce to N-iiifiimn Harbor 
cf.mpici?.’: the --..n-. H ,r 
fl::!!-—:; IV;-lnl ' 

But nfier the fp.st ■^-tccc^’ at 
rnwifh.an, it w..-= ^ prujd gr.v- 
«io.-.r who p*-nn.?<i .= ujr j,j.. 
pitch to The ('-r.-'r. :! of V.in- 
couvers DIand. Iteliing tJie 


c.ipiuitf of the Cow ic.'ian «us 

pert; 

Cowegian. 7Hi Ju?\ 

"Tlie Hon|)le 4^hn 'I'oU 


Senr. Mtr 
Vancouv 
“Sir: i 

•T have t 
niimicate fo 
of .the Co 
habitants of| 
eraOly. that 
ceoded in . 
gi.vi rhur ^ 
now a ctv*'’ 
the slear v 
trial for th j 
Brown. 

"Theie is 
the part he t 
a.« he had br 
not guilty, h 
..trial as by ]' 
"The surr 
oner was ma 
blape of thr 
Tribes, cons 
men, withou 
altho' on on 
the affair h* 
serious tur 
which would 
avoided had 
perfect arm 
Saasum. a 
temper and 

bifed by the 
stances mo | 
men than a 
■'Officers a 
command 
thanke; not I 
steadiness a | 
also by their] 
alacrity in 
happy to sa 
corps of C 
Imliatcff th 
"I rema , 
for sevenil | 
tapiure of t 
gave the 
whole-tome a ( 
future depoit' 
(.■>)lony. and 
the best pKxss 
the eonfere I 
"The .vurre 
nal without 
requisition o 

by the niofit 

Vancouver I.*- 
In the story o 
t lulls Which 
future peace 
for the Cofo 
'Tell Ihe 
dent and vig 
-•ame time er: 
miss thi'H* i«l 
t'owigjati mv 
so often lii’iie 
"I believe 
fouiuk-d and 
•»*rvrd to elo» 
the nil lives a- 
whlrh (he s. 
dieaii. 

Concluded | 


Sailil (Tnl i 

silNDAV. NO\l 


Iber of Council of 
I's Island 

I honor to com- 
Me inioimatlon 
I and of the in- 
Ihe Colon) gen- 
I have pMlajr sue- 
luring the Cowe- 
I SquecM. w ho is 
irisoner on board 
's4'l aw-uiiing his 
order uf Peter 

I ttle dmibt a« to 
I'k in the art. but 
I ght in a pela of • 
Will have a fair 
I*, ordained. 

' > of the prts- 

t in a full -x.sem- 
lower Cow-egian 
lirp t)f about 200 
ctual hostilities, 
ir two occasions 
I nearly laken a 
a misfortune 
' ardj) have been 
not been for t'.* 

I emenis of Lt. 

' the admirable 
f rbeairnce exhl* 
orce la rircum- 
trying to brave 
I ' I conflict. 

I men umier hla 
I e won my 
only by their 
i discipline, but 
I romp'ltude and 
' field, and I am 
that our little 
1 nial VN.ltIgmrs 
noble « xample. 

' on the ground 
I urx. after rtie 
' murderer, and 
iweqians much' 

I Ice IMS I lo their 
' eni towartfa the 
I ey wt re all Int 
lie iem|»er when' 

' broke up. 

1 rof*heciiml- 
I -odshed at the 
he civil puwer, 
arlike tube on 
ind. is ar. epoch 
0111 Indian rcla- 
ugurs for the 
and prosperity 

I lets ij be pm. 

l ot; hai at the 
-It to dis. 

Of thO 

■•’1 » ch have 
»sl their minds. 

' 'tn to be un- 
th‘‘v im 
Knd encourage 

le.id lo the e\ il 
.>:* s«. mi'i-h 

' I'age 13 

iT' 

I'lBFK 2. Ib5« 



Historical Novel Joins 
Small, Superior Group 


Ilk<« t the Holland Tunnel 
for a pitch pri>e'‘' 

Thus Bob Hallock 
his vocal potentialities But he 
ha» muti. of practi-.a! Interesi 
to offer on the aubject of 
emceeing. 

■ A suix'essful em^’et'." he 
My< have a burning 

de»irt* to be ant-ptcd. liked, 
wanted! He has got to have 
lhat ham In him that f^- ! on 
applause. ' 


tre Among the many wHI- 
known plays In whu-h he has 
parncipated are “Our Town." 
•The ShowOff." "The Male 
Animal ' *The Wlnatow Boy." 
The Silver Cord" vxi “Craig s 
Other Wife. " Nor was Shake- 
speare neglected. With the 
Civic Theatre he played m 
In 1963 the United Stales Air “The Merry Wive* of Wind- 
Force initiated an entertain- 
ment contest which was caHed 
“Tops In Blue." This project 
has since be«*n adopted by the 
Army, fhe Na\y and the Ma- 
rines with winners appearing 
in the £d Sullivan Show. 

Competition is divided into 
categon«>s one of them fur 
emcees. In 1953 one of the 
entrants in ihu cJaaatfication 
was Bob Hallock. now a resi 
dent near Stdiiey and. recently, 
a great suecck> a* "Charles 
in the Peninsula Players pre- 
sentatton of Noel Coward's 
"Blithe Spirit.” 

Bob won the 'Tops In Blue” 
contest at the base level at 
Portland Air Ba«e where he 
was statuyied The northwest 
finals were held at Spokane 
and the western division finals 
at SI0U.S Falls In South 
Dakota. 

At tnih Mr. Hallock was a 
winner and he proceeded 
thence to Samson Air Base 
near Geneva in the Slate of 
New York for the “World 
Finals." And here he finished 
second. 

For this outstanding per- 
formajjee he. was awarded a 
bronze "Roger. ’ the Air Force 
equivalent and counterpart of 
the “Oscar” of the Morion Pic- 
ture Academy of Arts and 
Sciences. 

Bah' . active Interest in the 
k stage started when he was a 
-Student ar Gram High School 
in Porulnd. 

With lellow student Dick 
Hunter, who i< now a Put.:'. 

Relation.« Offic-?r in Kansas, he 
staged blackface comedy 
routines at activity assemblies 
These were so ‘jccesslul that 
the two vere soon in demand 
at meetings of civil groups and 
at night clubs. 

Later. Bob formed a trio 
with Ronald Gammon, who 
« tni entertams on the night 
club drruitx. and Flip Canale, 
an accomplished accordionist. 

This aggregation performed 
both during the 'Tops In Blue” 
junkets and later. 

Indeed, they were offered 
circuit bookings out of Seattle 
by the ivnowned MCA. 

Bur Bob Hallock had already 
turned to TV. He was floo r 
(ttrector at Portland's KPTV, 
the world's first UHF com- 
mercial outlet He was also in 
charge of “special ser vice " at 
the Portland Air Base. 

Later he was with KLEW- 
TV al Lewiston, Idaho, and 
came to Canada in 1956. 

Bob la also an actor on the 
legitimate stage. He majored 
In dramatics at Lewis and 
Clark College In Portland 
whence he received his BA 
degree. In addition to college 
plays he appeared with the 
vigorous Pwiland Civic Thea- 


"Moreover.” he adds, "an 
emvee has got to know just 
what he can or cannot do. 
Material is unimportant. It is 
the performer lhat can make it 
sound good or bad." 

Th.-.r- 15 1- - voice ot rajMJrl- 
er...' ‘111. indeed, the V'-i. - >f 

m the vpeciali/.e«l art 
of h(‘mg an '•emci*e. ‘ 

What It has to ' ly is. tiu*re- 

fore, not slone in''*: but 

also v.iluHl>Ie 


By BKKT BINNY 

A WAV BACK in the early 19S0s. I recall roost 
vividly a res'ortling entitled. “The ViUnge 
Concert.” 

It used to be aired fairly frequently over radio, 
CKKN, in Kdmonfon. 

‘The V'lUage Concert” poked 
all manner of fun. some of it 
none too gentle, at the enter- 
tainmmt efforts b>' slalwaiis 
of the arts in smali, English 
localiil-A. From e.xperience. 1 
knew It to be devastaiingly 
accurate. 

On these occasions the Vicar 
or-R^lor of the parish con- 
cerned almost invariably as- 
sumed control ot the affair as 
MC. He may have conceived 
it aa a duty or a right or. rare- 
ly. as a pleasure. Why he did 
It actually doesn t matter. The 
fact remains that, with his 
rather acatere approarh mel- 
lowed only by careinUy dis- 


B.V U 11.1.1 VM I). 
r \ 1 TFK.S 0 N 

TMIjsTOKK. M. iMHelisis can 
^ I be bruadiji invlded into 
Iwo main i aie|;<iric-.. — those 
who Use (li>- imsi niprel) as a 
ba<-kground for their narra- 
tives, and tlios«‘ v\ho niako 
(heir narrati\fs nii integral 
part of that Itaiki'rmind. 

Info • lit ' fioup - tJie 
vast •! .. -itume r-.--. 

el* wiiH t» -.pm familiar 1 
against ! •• i'nr:>! liHckdi'^p. 
The se< -">'1 • -....i-n t ; e 

smaller. - •■>1 -•■ip m 

which ilic ; .-li-.t rein*.::, a 
hlsiori'-al j*.-;,.-; i 
hl.s or her .•■haracter* into the 
warp jiiu ii .rf it In t;. 
flrsl ra-ie li-.i re.iiier li» ' /k,::v 
from the -u: -de i. , w!..> m 
the seoKid Jie k ',in' Ip-n 
the insi'k* ■ 

It c-M~. :hat 

this sri -»ri.i K :;.s ->f hihion« ul 
novel Ls h\ 1.11 • m'--;t e\.it- 

ing to wtiir ami to lirmir off 
sucrevsfullv It rei^mr^-s the 
novelui t'» immerse iiimself or 
herself in tin* {>-01 >d t«; n*fr.^in 
from lakin» untliie li»>ert;.i 
with the f .--- maim m 

a rorreri i.-i I'lunshlp betv,- -:‘n 
rhara<‘l'*r and ha. ’ .d In 
this - : I TT • fdU a lew 

Contem|;-jrin. 1.:...;.-'- anmiij: 
them M.ii\ Kenaulr, wh--— 
earlier “The Ijist of the 

wine." w: s»i isiofiLshmc rc- 

consirti‘1: -t t;i.ooc m tl.e 

Snrrati.' [K*| I h) 

Ever more impre --;ve is her 
latest novel The Ktng viust 


brought off a genuine tour de 
force in The King Must I>in. 

The story of Theseus is told 
In the first person, and (lie 
book takes him through nu- 
merous exploits of strength 
and cunning, spiced by rom.m 
lie interludes, for Thes«*u-‘ -.vxa 
nothing if not a great lover. 

The climax of the tale is given 
over l# his Creian adventure, 
in whirh he takes part m the 
uniqar- Cretan itual bull 
dames, where he is ref|uired 
to leapfiug over charging 
buIL<^ 

All this Mary P -*nault brings 
vividly TO life gnd — being a 
historical novelnl In the iiest sub,.- 

sen.se of the w ord at the well known w u: 
same time reconst ru.‘U the try TmooiroM 
background of Minoao lultuie , 
u. > mo« conv,«m* t.-.hlon, " 

Thes>elia emerges as a heroic with 

figure, fearless and, sharp- Banymon>. and 
witted. and with a weakuc - Henry Hull & i 
for women which the author Bekived Infkle 
gratifies without lapsing from wood mov..^ col 
her atandarda of good taste. Graham. Recen 
Rich In period detail, strong in vance of public, 
aciion, King Munt fUe 

achieves its anuhe purpose in the book at 1 
a manner to commem! it to . l... ... ..... ... 
th» d.«Ttmln*tine rr^Vr. " ’** 


1 have a voice that sounds 


By JOHN BAlihil AM 

"T^IIKKK BOOKi^ three movi>| sales and — almost 
^ certainly — three best -M ilrra in a row. ThU is 
the proud record set by Ger iM Frank. .America's 
most siirressful literary coHalf rator, in his la.st 
three hooks. | 

abai ||l him opens on Broadway 
nex'li nth — tl require* no 
greafl prescience to predict, a 
hb |i ieaderahip for Beloved 


IMe 'Pantheon' in which she 
fells the • .n Theseus, the 

douvhty Attic ■— 'j of Greek 
legend Hri.» the av-^tlatile 
di :umcn(-iti*»n so fiag 

mentupy ‘hat the novelist v>.-: 
1 ■ 'o ^ *'rucl lat.;. !, 
from myth huMres.sc«l by i»*- 
^^ent d— -ivertcsol «r< h-t"i:— • 
Tliol -■-••• • ;,-d brilliant I;, 

in her no-. - . of Th. v*u.s . . 
p\ld«s 't*d h> the fact ih.it 
The King Must Ilu* - Ilsti-if 
promb.ruly -n -Saturday Ke- 
view's poll •■•kv rui'ii'filly 
bring most w 1- I> read ir.d 
enjoyed. 

Bearing in mi”d the sketchy 
soarceH of i'u«n ^riation open 
to her. Mary Herwiult Ims 


I Coming CacMin is the 
provk .live utie which the 
Fre fl historian. Amaury de 
Rterjl art. ha* given to his 
bo' '. on the United Stales 
pub'Mhed in Great Britain. 
Firs |EngU*h reviews indicate 
' may well prose to be 
ost perceptive view of 
I's national destiny 
n by any Frenchman 
- TosquevUle 
is clear from the titi^ 
court sees Amencant 
Roman* of|our day iiv 
from the Puriiant 
tenstic* similar to those 
>nl Rome. He argues 
.he culture of European 
les. like those of the 
City ataies.^is gradually 
\ed by internecine rlv* 
and, faced with th*** 
of Eastern tolalitanap- 
ey seek refuge unddr 
•hadow of American 
I might that this 
hisiohan does not con- 
hat America is doomed 
I'lw the Roman Empire 
-cllne and fall, a corn- 
thought. 

hope* the book will 
■’ « its appearance m 
. • ran edition, where 
take a longer look at 


Ame 


THE Al THOK 
Mary Renault was born in 
London, where her father was 
t ph>''5'‘lan, and began writ- 
ing after first toying with the 
td»*a of a teaching raroer Be- 
fore she produc-ed her first 
novel. Promise of Love, she 
spent three jeer* acquiring a 
nursirrg training, which •*i.«d 
hPT in good atead when the 
Second World A ai broke out. 
After th” war ■vhe went to 
.\ftua to Uve and h-i<} 
Ir iveiled • idely on the 

AIrf. r. .x.nj.n-!.'. It was al- 
ways Gr*t*vt*. h:»viever that 
liievv :»»-i most stmngi> and 
: •? s{v :-,( Mu..* ....inth<i 
vi-.Ivn-> jtii p- • of !}:•- -on- 
iiy ••• v.'fl! as the i.sles it an'i- 
q - ly. Tne fruir» of ;..’t ur- 
two di-'ingi! sh«vl 
* •" novels The lorti of 
the IVine and The Ksng ^luM 


ORl^:^T\L rxLt: 

LIKi: \0 OTHER 


BOB HAU.OL'K 


tilled humor, he was on earlier 
form of today's explosive per- 
•onlality who not only intro- 
duces everybody else« act but 
bids fair to steal their thunder 
with one of Ids ow'n. 

If the Vicar stole any thun- 
der U was quite Inadvertent 
and he would very gladly have 
been nd of It It was not his 
brand of thunder at all. 

Nowadys. however, the 
emcee is an artist m his own 
right Webster does not recog- 
ru» “ecncee " at all and prefers 
Member of Congress to Master 
of Ceremonies as the inlerore- 
tatKMt of the letters. “MC7'. 

Koah notwithstanding, how- 
ever. the emcee has evolved 
ln%» a definite and individual 
piwt of the stage art. 

Among his ancestors was 
"Mr. iMteiioculor" of the Min» 
at ret Show which goes dear 
hack 115^years to 1643 when 
Daniel Emmett, composer of 
“Uixkf.” started “Ethiopian 
minstrelsy.'' 


Thr M'Minlaui i> \nunr. Hy 

Han Su\- • a. Y uiK. u. P. 
PuMiam - S ‘ 11. 


^ ^ of Mte m'*st capaiile ind 
exotic ;,;! j :■ ( •* '1 p u • 
writers Th-v um--!--- '. :d 
courageous'- w*- u n\ 

In Peking to t Bcigutn mother 
an<l a riuti-" father ai. <‘n- 
gineef. She . Euro- 

pean trainsd pa>: :c:an 
After her first hu.sband. a 
colonel in the I'hine-^ army, 
was kllle«l m M'" suyt* of Muk- 
den. Han Suvin fled to Hong 
Kong. wh»*n* lived in ex- 
treme piwiTtv with her young 
daughter. There she became 
enamtired 0/ in Englishman 
who was killed a year later. 
Her secortd hook. .A Maoy- 
Spleadareil THiag. telling 
about (heir h>vc affair, was a 
tren»en«lous success and went 
on to the hands of Hollywood. 
She Is now happily married to 
a former Briti.sh police officer 
engag<*d in ’he .vtudy of •-'hi- 
peae secret *octetk - 

The Hifiiaialn Is Young 
la unlik'* an> other novel in- 
volved with the Orient. It is 
based on : (x*mote kingdom 
where the ■: attended 
coronation of the young King 
of Nepal tw'o years ago. U'n- 
touehetl H> We-»(em clvUlza- 
tion, 4.000 feet in the air, this 
fabulows cnuiiiry li‘ under 
the shad'jv- -'f he »iiant Hv-: 
layas. Khalm-in'lu. the citj of. 
the g’Kis m r^ly he ap- 
proached Ir.»u V - air. Tt:.“* 
are vast pal *‘-S counlle^-s 
temples wuh f.sn’ i-ittc .statur-, 
and one hotel for from 

the West. The poverty of the 
common people is softened by 


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GLIMPSES of a PRI 


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i Victoria and the Majp- 
|:uring Margaret's visit 
crediting lhat volume 
ilo her presence on Van- 
I Island. There is do 
In whatever of the coast 
I rikt^of that time, 
f.'t throughout tl|e book 
I thor keeps al^ the 
TowTisend theme. Par- 
I V in view of quoted 
irntj by Princess Msr- 
erself and from Buck- 
I Palace, the theme 
In questionable taste. 

I y the Townsend bus!- 
I Is for a place In any 
I •• of the P ri n ce ss bat 
I If It should be.labored 
I here. 

Ion Langley HaB's "la- 
I biography" of the 
> ‘le princews" is no m- 
I • Too may enjoy read- 
but I dont think yooll 
i inw'tne borrow* your 
id foi-- ’4 to rqiurn It. 


He touches qu(ckly on her 
whole life, up tc and including 
her visit thi* -ear (o British 
Cohimbia and t’.- rest ot Can- 
ada. and readers who followed 
Margaret '4 journeyings wiU be 
reminded of many Uii idenI* of 
that period. 

Althr.ii’h “Priiws* Mar- 
garet is pleasantly con- 
;-’tnicted on a theme that is ticu 
sure to aiou--e interest, it has state 
an impersonal flavor. Very garc 
seldom U there a feeling that ingh- 
Mr- Hall is wri'ir^ from direct 
knowledge ’ iir iJiTprea- Cerli 

stun IS strong t-“* he suh- tiesa 
arnbes to nr maintain*, an e*- hi- . 
tensive Dcwrspaper - clipping I doi. 
service. as it 

Unfortunately, the "facts'* Go 

he records Mometime* come ^‘5 
apart. At •“•••• p>-nn^ rtkjrhtng 
on the Prmr- r-s* to Vic ” 


Princess .Margaret, by Gordon 
Langley Hall; 'The Ryerson 
Press, Toronto*. 

JORDON Langley H»IL art 
En.'llsh ne^ttqiapetman 
much of whose material has 
been syndicated in North 
America as well as in the Old 
Country, haa produc*ed a >ime 
ly ai\d memory sftrring book 
about Queen EUxabeth’s young 
sister. 


ST 

l.CC>rrt^« 
liil Pi#r-v4 vilS 
T^~nl -wMpaa 
: • i' " -f 
IW I'crr- wjrX 


land I 
here. 
soleHl 
couv i 
men | 
ferry 


HA.N Hi YIN 


the climate, thtdr lives en 
riefaed by an anc^t and dying 
civilization 

The Mowntaln Is Young 

the Story of an i-jiglishwu.'ii m. 
Anne Ford, and ber Jeuious 
husband, who is unahir to 
make love to het It is inevi 
table lhat Anne should fm>l h 
local paramour briihsni. 
hancL'jme. and -irdent For 
the first time in her Itle .=ihe 
!>a9 found herself in the midst 
of a people -.m*:: a talent !»>' 
'jughter. music, :.Tulptui-* an t 
poetry. 

With her gift for humor, the 
portrayal of human pa^^-nr; 
and ecxentric Icehavior H*" 
Suyin has made -The Mountain 
I4 Young une of the most li- 
, I 'avc!- :r? the yr U 

18 a pasittonatr iKiok. oi-r m 
which the act .>1 love •Iclin 
cated -.0 olearlj that It { >; 
odd quality of mnurence The 
>I(mat»in !» \'nung is a nuv'-I 
that cannot be loi-gMtien. It i> 
not a book for 3 iolc*sconi,s 

iC^jriibt 1: : lif aciKvt 


SOLUTION DTEjCT SUNDAY 

Last Sunday's Solution 


famu 


U.K. Motor Show 

The MsUi IniemauonaJ han- 
dicrafts and do-it yourself exhi- 
bition at the Empire Hail. 
Olympia. London, from Septem- 
4 to.3Q — will be the largest 
and moat comprehensive since 
Its inception. The entire three 
floors of thi- great exhibidon 
centre will be filled with every 
conceivabl. type of do-it-your- 
self materials, toob and equip- 
ment. t^n'iher with a fascinat- 
ing display of handicraft work. 


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Tl KhwcH !"«• ipl » fiw 


CRIME CORNER 


inj«i 


The Murder .And The Trial. 
By Edgar Lu.stgarten. Edited 
by Anltumy Boucher. Scribner. 

Cullectiun of great 19th ' ■<•1 
2uth -ceTirury killi.'*.;; and 
jU'lg.m-'ni:- ill Biiiish plus one 
Amcr''ar! ;»y todss'- 

"f f^ 

,iimf narrative -.ome ire 
:;-"k*‘d fior^^ h:‘- earlier books, 
other* are mib'^hed in U.S 
R-*quiri*d iv.»d- 


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ANSWERS 


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there were about .‘i 4 i prt'**c-nl. 

Again ’ n.'-. *. ;.s C;.- ; 

f5c vidumc -.'I it-' train.- 


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HOLIDAY PLAY 


^OW BACK in srhootroom^ thrni-*^.nf 

provmc<*. s**vfial si'oro Hnii'-i! «:ii. • . 
tcen aei* bo>s are AlarMnt; the n. •- « 

fmc. lit and sunburned alter a --:r:in>r] ;.t 

working; m BC. paika. 

These arc youths sent out undei the de- 
partment of lecreation and rt- a 
Vouth Traininjf. Program, which s? 

Ihe depHitmeni's provincial pj!-.#- 

Berause of the work tliey did. W- 
of tourists — native to this province -r-d Ir.m 
all over the continent — neat ye.ir will 
new roads to beauty, and spend nights in 
new campsites built to a sfandmd rt. d 
as one of the highest In North Ameiicn. 

Regulars In the camping Iraiemuy -e 
already familiar with what lh« ... '.Jids atv doing. 

■~^any. for Instance, have seen them ct* .• i: 
roads and Individual campsites at pUc<-« like 
Miracle Beach, on the Island. 

This summer, however, all the bc^s-. worki'ii 
on the Mainland. * 

Cp in Manning Park, on the vH=r-; ot the 
Hope Princeton Highway. 36 la<ls m lhr,»*. 
groups rotated Ihe }oh.s on hand theie. An- 
other 36 were at Champion Lakes Park, near 
Trail; 24 were at 1-ac la ilache, nrai Lillooet: 
a dozen were in Mt. Robson^aik. 

The boys In the group pi< lured or. this 
page 4 re almost all Victorians. Let ti se a 1<: >k 
at the summer they apent at Mannlnt’ Park 

Like all 120 boys employed this p:=si ummer. they got 
their applications in early bst winter. T*his w.=.-» 

neces-sary, for there were about seven applicants fm earn 
opening. 

Each lad employed for his first year rereived 11 per day 
plus free board, lodging and Uaveliing. Youths out f.ir their 
second year received $3 25 per day. Ail of them are belwwn 
16 and 18 years of age and are reeommende«i for tlve work, 
usually by their school principal or rnunseilor? 

Reviewing the summer's acUvihes Hon. Earle C. V.'c-st- 
wood, minister of recreation and con«HT\aiion, said the plan, 
aimed at providing a “social * service for youth of the prov- 
ince, was proving more than successful. 

As far as possible, each applicant is given his choice of 
work location, and the opportunity to work with friends. 


A siij — •— normally from 

.' ..•I it'Bi’iuui ..lawori einiMvyment, 

iij of w_;!. at i-jn*p. A I'ur 

wh<» ■; be a tf - viri . may t>e 

*»-om the dcparimeni i.s m du'cri 

• d eaih In oiMitiOn. ih^-re srr ■ to 

pioud^hc- n»- ■- which ihe ‘.uskN. ;iardw«nk- 
ing tH»y:. C'lisu in ti vvid<-i iil;:. quantity'. 

T -i- rr-i;or joh-. or. d liie b..y. at Man- 
ni-.*- T1u*y hcljted in pr*'pai; -ion of m t?0site 
iiinipsite at Hanqnoti l^ke. ,«id they w..-rkr«j on 
within the big p.nrk. Tlii d lob 

w IS split br-iwi'cn thr lOmile B! ::-‘!;'.'.ell I.ake 
Highway and iHi.d Iria: Ing and sir.-, piling on 
other 1 tr*'' wi!hi;> the p »k, 

The three 12 boy gimips were rotat* d 
through tlie summer on ih? v.i; •ij= job* in 
hand 

Iiidicition of lncren‘^'“r f.icinii for the 
c.imping vrtcj'ioner is sc?n not only In the 
SO-uml Hamptun Lake ijm!' hut in the wtirk 
of -’loups In th: ys-^ .r-ce. Biwa at (7ran- 

bic-Jk were employed on a 27 unit c.imp-'.ile 
thi.-e ml' - from the city, .it Lie la Hache a 
iiou • amp^ite h<^ng .• ..■■n com- 
pleted. tile camp'^itf Tt l.iikt- nc n 

Tiail will ;.a\e about 90 uiiil^ 

In prep.in these cnmpsitci she youths 

htllnw florciy |>lan.s ;,down by 

the dep.irtment. BaTi« t.; - ' it unit are parkinr 
plaro; Iireplace. table ■n6 lienrh *e| And lent 
arm Jy'mninies these are e5tahlished in dniihle ur=T= ui two 
famil»-« may -amp together, but coitomar^ly -’-.iii campsite 
n set up in ^i•‘•h a manner lhai U h.-.r a r-:ixmmm of pri'acy. 
This. nAMn-p.lly Is much easier tn aihieve In forested 
area. The department wants camjK:.’. to er.J^y a h«>U* 
day ”i n.itur-'!. mrroundiri C».'n«equenily ,Tlfhi-:.!.';h th-T camp- 
«i'e its«‘if IS cleared, the area around it is left found." 
N"t even low brush l.s clean'd out. 

Experience has shown that, where u>ulerbru<-h Is rlearinl, 
the way* is open for too much casual wood.s wandf-iing and 
cs'ual cutting, thus destroying the grounds natural cover. 

r>o the boys enjoy the work? Apparently so. Many of 
them, r-jiy hred. ha^e indicated they plan to make a career 
lor themselves, in the fore.stry or coiwetvalion fieh' . 


nwili a TIKNKK 
. . . deputy mlnlslrr. ilrpart- 
mi-nl of rerrmtktn ami <-«n- 
s<-n'Btb)n. ‘'spark" behind 
Vutifh Training rriigram. 


Three pretty girls enjoy picnic s|i« ai \aM>atic Ijike. on B.r. 
bring devrlupe«i through province by drpaii ment for enjuyineal 


• of many 
public. 


Bedding b out to be aired, and breakfast la just os’er. for campers orcnpytng this t.vplcal 
caifipatte la Manning Park. Tent space, fireplace, fine varnished picnic table-ami bench 
•et, and marked-off parking area are ‘‘trademarks'* of popular camping npoiv 


mulorlng 


All hut fl\e In this pktnre of .^laoniiig I’ark’s Group 9 arc from tAmoiivcr IoI.iimI. left tu rigid. fr>-id: Inlio tan- 

I'oiner: IWu-dun A. Koberton. kH 4 anlcrbury. thiorlu; iniiremi* R. Kmtucy, 1115 *'>hefiM»iirne: Un\ id K. r*iriM'r, 91.1 Foul 
Knv (whone father Is pUfur> I abo\<>>; Brian I). Matt Vsn-ouver; 1-dwartl MHmui, N'orlh 'surr* bn* k row: *»i .iti Iv. 
Blown, 'll! I litre^l Pla*«’, \l<l«Oia; Jiuoitas F. Bu-- fM:t 'MIiImk.io; llari'UI fialn^, I.MO M. I lliuoot. Uaitimi 

C ret k, foreman; M. M<\ir. Jin:i llurri'-on. cm»k: fd>org-‘ «m»k; <»*org»- K. (.neMi*'»*y, Rmh. 

Johatim's M Horn, .ViJ ilarUiiK <; LU» H- hOMd^cn, 'Saltair, lady'ioiith. 


Molhcr |H«ui's drink !• 
III'. x>ar fur li..hiiig ill 
sTtc .•ll.•. l.'Mation i*> 
d<i<'li>|H,l alto,., II.. < 
r ' I.*'' ••rinui 111 ; 


iIh cM«r fattier a"-«'iiitd<-«i 

» 1 'tAiu in fids (>]ii<.i; tM.-lp- 

5 •. « • •Ml*- td M’.aiiv 

■ * .!> •i'gha IV. Vtl pfioti.s 4 .y 


Boys of Imith Training Prtigram rrally work dining their 
«tiiiifiii-r. This CTiMip in Manninc f*ark is dr> eloping on«- of 
new roads within big park at top of liopc-Prim'vton Uigb- 


8 iailg (Colontat 

BLNDAY, NO> EMBER $, 


(Sclonifi! 

NO\ FMBFK 








TOM >ntx. 10 . 

727 K^iiimull Road 
, . . but lack ol ice time 


JIM WIUSO^ 12, 

VSO I^mpBon 
r^ady lor hockey drill 


TOM MArifAN, 11. 

5-V) Normandy 
. . hampers the R'>a!s 


COLIN TRIGWKLU 11, 
U13 Slanley 

, , , they arrive at 6 am. 


HARLEY KENNEDY. 10, 
2252 Tinio 

. . . ol vity'* Ice ho(M*(ulB 


arly as 6 A.M. Young Players Crowd the Ice 


for hockey training. But. wams Doug 
Fletcher of the Victoria Minor Hockey Asso- 
ciation. there is a distinct possibility that 
only the youngsters who live in Victoria 
city will be able to play unless more ice time 


can bo obtainofl. "Every day more hoys come 
down to iTgister but we just haven’t the ice 
time.'' he said "Maybe we’ll have to do what 
New West minsi'^r did — restrict it to city 
youngsters only.’’'Anolher more humiliating 


Victoria is a hockey town — and if you don’t 
believe it there are some 500 tx)ys from all 
parts of the Greater Victoria area who reg- 
ularly get up in the middle of the night so 
they can bo at the Memorial Arena by 6 a.m. 


feature of the insufficient amount of ice 
time available occurs when Victoria young- 
sters play a team from elsewhere in the prov- 
ince. In the main they are "hopelessly out- 
classed," said Mr. Fletcher. 


Island Forpcasi — Cloudy 
with svatlvrvd showers 

(PPtalU on Pnc« » 


Telephone — E V 3^4 III 

11.30 p.m. to 8 a.m. 

Cimil^ilion EV ."HmS — Sporti E\'-3-7000 
Edironal e:v M509 or EV 3«09 


(KSTABLL^IU-.n L8A8) 


MCTORIA, BRITISH COl.l MBIA, SIMUV, .NO\ E.MBi:U 2, 19o« 


> 0 . 27 . 3 — Hl NHREimi YE\R 


SECO.Vn NEWS SECTION 


laycccs to MPer Cabinet Friday 




Provimial -<p<whl limit boo>t mr»*unR vuih iho BC. cobinet lnrrp«ft«i kikhnI limii. Both vv«»n» am^ndmonl 

to 60 m.lw an hour iind e.iab- Kndaj. Alloincy Geneial ,-h^non of p 

liKhment «if aJhrwmai Imuor Credit conv<>nlion Bo'im-r. julhvr than 

liKtimem oi aJnrwmai liquor .. , Oihor \ icuma n- .7!utum». lo 

control b«wrd in !hr pla.v i» 'hr di-:ui«»*d with ihr cabmel Rpwluhoi 

nr..u..nt .mr.man K«u>«ii viUi h.. darge tie liquop conirol '.mondmpia ol lh«* law ('hjmhrrs 

P ' boani to throe mrn, hut if, permit * ■■live" muKic in tbiniighoul 

uic**!! by Victoria Jaycpc* in a ihe rcAoludon callin? foi the licrnsiNl i)i-etni!M'«, and an will al'tn he 


On Island 


Forgotten 
4 Iso Need 
Presen ts 


Overrrowding nt Royal .luhiloe lio^pital is so serious 
palienis arc tiring arrommodalcd In tmitmrnl and 
sun I'ooms. Mrs. William nnlbrnlth. H12 Roderick, 
altrndH by nurse Mrs. F. Thompson, is one of ihrre 


palients lodged in Ihi.s sun room, nonnallv a patients* 
lounge. Hospital has 4M beds, all full. New 7.Vbed 
vting is about two years away.— (Colonist photo.) 


i hrK(nin« kHU for "for- 
gnitrn*’ jwWpiKh in B.i .‘h 
fiiPMlal arp brlni: 

Mdiciil In Virtorl*. 

Thr Rirt»i. mlltslPil hrre 
h) Uw \ iftoriii branch i»f 
tlip ionadlmn >lcnta) Health 
A«i<MN'latton. will Im> rii<drihti* 
l4*d. iiMllvidiiaU>‘'Wrap|ird. to 
tlip patirnlv. 

Ihmnr'i are a«kpd lo l^ave 
new «iioh aa <and,v, 

M'arvpH. hllir<»ld<i. rartlo. roa« 
mHlrx. hatidUrn hirfa and 
cithpr llnnu at Ihe VIctorIm 

< ulirctlon I)p(Hit at KI7A 
horl StroPt before l>pr. 1. 

< atb d»nnii<m<t ahoiild bn 
»rnt In the aamr addrn^v 


\ round Ihe Island 


Natural gas wonT reoch V'an- 
cou\ 0 . Island Iroi Hit* B.C- 
malnland before 1**62. W. C. 
Mearns, vice-president ol B.C. 
Eleeiric. wild yesterday. 

tfatensive surveys hod indi 
caied an earlier target dale uf 
llkil "la not practical. ■ he aatd. 
bivause ftf the high r»»st ol In 
stalling the pipeline and auxil 
iary equipment. 

‘The problem P lo develop a 
plan which would make .such a 
gas line r^innmic and hiing the 
benefits of natural gas here at 
competitive prlN's. ‘ he -said. 

Although a proposed use of a 
flexible undersea gas line has 
not been abandoned, estimates 
of ila cost "did not measure out 
encouragingly." he said. 

7*he studies weie a group 
effort on the part of the RCE. 
the Vancouver Island Gas Com- 
pany. gas eonsiiltsnts and pipe- 
ilne manulartifiers. 


DUNCAN - Tih . wei-e de CAMPBELL RIVER A S2f)0. ' NA.N 

layed when a car hurtled nif tinO mad Imiirnvfmeni program cut to 

the highwaA cJnvrrleaf sjx mil-"- tor next year has b«*fn ap nainm 
north of here ^nd was demol fnove«t by village cdhrtnisslon iquiHr< 
Ished on the E and N. Railway rrs and ratepayers will he a.sked Exie 
tracks iwlow. to auihoiT^e the borrowing of anang 

The dnver, William .McRae S70000 lor basic works lo jire- scale 

ol Lake Cowichan e«*speil m- riwds Inr hard paving. ifiaiUea 
jury in Ihe early Saturday ac The fmls will include IVtcr- ! ^^<'t 

cidenl. -III. Spruce. Elm, Fir. Ninth, 'Ihe ne 

Trains weir held up while iHigwuod, Buvh. Alder, and perk' 


Schools of fish were in yeslorrlay when school was 
out for yourig fishermen. Standing before a Japanese 
lumber carrier at crowded Ogden Point docks is 
Bobby Jark.son, 14. of IfK) Memorial Crescent, with 
two of Ihe many Alaska black cod he and Ihe other 
boy* t'aufchl — u.sing such unlikely "bait" a.s cigaret 
filler lips.— (Colonist photo.) 


WILSON BISHOP 


firewoiks display. Another 
1..500 flocked lo the Civic Aiena 
(or a Hallowreen .skating party, 

Norihfield and Lantzviilo 
communities pul on their own 
individual halloween parties. 

Member* of the Canadian 
Legion aupplejnenled the pa- 
trols by guarding large stores 
in city and dlsirlct. 


(laution. Savs ( ouncillor Todd 


And a happy Halloween to 
you. too. Jack Durgesa said ' 
first thing yesterday morning to! 
some unknown who had prac- 
tised Halloween in reverse. 

The windows of hla meh’.s 
wear More at 2201 Oak Bay Ave- 
nue had been soaped up - "and 
they made a dandy job of It"— 

I when he left the .store at 9 p.m. 
Friday. 

I 'T rame In a* 9 a.m. today pre- 
J5.^r .* hig Job of washing 
them, hut somebody had beat 
: me to it." he aaid 

Mr. Burgess said he liked lo 
think It- was proof that "the 
kids these days aren’t as bad 
as we think they are.’* 


Passins: 


Full Probe Urged 

Before A ud i tori u ni 


Wll-von IlUhop checking week ' 
end end price lists before they 
were printed In Ihe Colonist. i 
I He la a clerk in the Douglas | 
.Street .Safeway store and has 
spent 21 years with Ihe fum. ail 
in Victoria. Mamed, he and wife 
. Vvutine have one child. 12-year 
|old Bnimie. MU hobbies are i 
fishing and deer hunting) . . .| 
.Alan Ssnuiw inhki chewing candy ' 
... Bert Kirhnian dUcussing' 
I parks and what they should con 
j tain . . . Peter Brown worwler 
jing when he will get some books 
I returned . . (on and Helen 
VAntllng o(^tng and ahiag over 
«ome color photos . . . Iiavie 
Wright talking about the amal- 
'gamation refiort . . . Rri-nll Skin- 
ner wonder Ihg how big a pay 
raise the provincial dvU aer 
vanla will get . . . Mr*. <1. M. 
Tln*»ley welcoming new tenants 
.^Irs. Eugenie Hook treating 
I a spill lip at Roy&l Jubilee emer 
getx*>' section . . . Don BUIr ad- 
Imiring a record album cover . . . 
Al Klenman hack at wmrk after 
a lew days in bed with the 'flu 


Hill, and Paul Orcand. Van 
couver. rollide<l In Cobble Hill 
Both men were unhurt. 


NANAI.MO — Annual meet- 
ing of the Vancouver Island 
CCF party will be held heie 
tiKtay In Ihe new CCF A.ssocia- 
lion headquarters. 

The conference atarta at 10 
B.m. and a h|g issue la the pro- 
posed CCF political merger 
with the Canadian Congress of 
Labor 

Veleran MP Hamid Winch is 
among the speakers 


irned last night. should he carried out bcfor»> 

The average cost to the rate , this Idea is pul to the rale- 

yer seems to be about $4 a payers. 

ar." he said, "but a greati ^ ... 

* ^,.aperially to find nul how 

other cities have fared with 

their audiioriuma." 

The Winnipeg auditorium, 
built during depression years, 

has proved a 26-year liability 
lo the city." he said. It was 
finam'ed by the federal pro- 

vincial and city governments at 
a cost of 81.250.000 and has so 
far lost S 668 . 000 . 

•'If the Winnipeg audltoriom 
is lyptoal then a aubetantlal 
subsidy will have to be paid b>* 
Ihe ratepayers of Greater Vic- 
toria," he said, "However con- 


KYliQUOT-RCMP at Zebal 
los are investigating the find 
tng of an empty copper life 
raft In Kyuquot Channel by 
postmaster ' Donald Grant IhK 
week. The raftf'vSbout three 
feet by five feet, appeor* to 
have been In the water n lopg 
time and bean no identUica 
tion mark* 


Police Only Mclims 
Of Halloween Pranks 


CAMPBKLL KIVkA — A police station window 
alxHit the only ca.snalty of note here during an 
evceplionally quiet Halloween patrolled by village 
work crew* and volunteers. 

Rut a rock was tossetl through the KC'MP station 
window while ail officers, including the erew of 
|»atrol boat Masset, were on duty guarding against 
Halloween rniarhief. 


VlHorla satellite gasers 
will be able to sea .Sputnik 
III pass overhead today at 
(LIO p.m. providing there are 
no Houds In the sky. the Do- 
minion Aslrophysir*! Obaer- 
vaiory said yesientay. 


NANAIMO — Nanaimo Table 
Tennis Club will gel going Tues- 
day r.lfht In new quarters. 
Games will he played every 
Tuesday night starting Nov. 4 
at Mount Benson Branrh, Cana 
dian Legion. 






»>** #>■ 


Dvsigner Just Doosn ’/ Caro 


It lall^ (CoImHirt Victoria, B.C., Soa.. Not. 2, 19S« 


wound up a tu*o week tour of 
the United Statei, during whUh 
he vi»lte<l Lo* Angelea. Sun 
Kramiaco and Chlr^go. He suils 
tor ParlT Saturday. 

Fame and fortune have made 
no diffrience In the young man a 
life, he inaiAts. He haa boiight 
no Rporl* rara. diamonde or 
fancy riothea. lie hai wu!»i**il 
neither lime nor money on wine, 
women or »ong He has no 


nn Landers 


We go everywhere logelher 
and enjoy each niher'a com- 
pany. ii'a so nice not to be 
lonely. But. being a woman, 
Td like to plan on a aecure 


Dear Ann: I've been going 
>Mth a man for over a year 
and I'm very much In love 
wUh him He't not perfect, 
but he'* completely saiiafac- 
lory to me. 


hobblM. no aporta, no Inteiesis 


Should I break off tith him 


a divorcee with four children. 
My man ha* been married 
also and has two of his own. 
He loves me. but I'm not sure 
how much. He’s told me 
frankly that he doesn't want 
the responsibility of my chti* 
dien. l*he problem Is NOT 
financial. 1 luve money. 


laded youth shrugged atid re "Not at alll" 

marked: NO f»Ol nis 

MOKK IVTRKll INd Kor four years, since the sge 

“Sometimes a fashion which ->f 1«. Salm Uurent has bean tie 
conceals the figure Is more In- signing lor the house ol Dior, 
(riguing than one which does and he lndi» ties ihst he has no 
tv*i 1 think a woman should doubts of hK ability to carry on 
not too much Hi* New York appearance 

revealed " 

lUs current rtilleoilon. htm- 
ever. Is highly revealing above 
the l>e|t. running to phmginy: 

'neckllnea and off shoulder ef 
fects that a|]pi:ui‘ siimcwhat In 
ikIou* Belt*- are high., but the 
u*‘i\eral >u1hoiiene is rmmdetl 
•iHdIt above and l>e!ow the ImH. 


"rhat Is my pleasure, to dc- 
sign, ' .says he. "I am happy 
only when I am creailng. 1 have 
no flme lor other thing*. ' 


and do without hli com- 
panionship In hopes of meet- 
ing someone else'’ Or shall I 
live my life a day at a time, 
be grateful for the happiness 
he gives me. snd pray one 
day he’ll change his mind?— 


A pre-t*hrlstm-is lea and i.de 
will he held on W'cdnesday by 
Hope Kvangelical Lutheran 
W'omen's Li-ague In the church 
parlors on Princes* and Cham- 
l»rn sireet.s from 3 to 5 p.m 


1 think a woman should doubts of hK ability to carry on 
look mysteriou 


DetvriJ^eiits 

Ilidimul 


I .R.C. ami 

>'ictoria ColleKe 

.Vnmial Uome coming 

Alumni Dance 

(Informal) 
FRIDAY. NOV. 7 
Dancing 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. 

CLUB SIROCCO 


F’AMEL.A, JOANNE AND PATRiaA WEUL.S 


(Photo by FfiHleric v^luriiosj 


OKL.MIO.MA (IT^ (An 
—Skin Irritations on wo- 
men's han<U have jnereaved 
IremeodousJy since deter- 
gents have been M»ld as suit- 
stitule's for comiimn «ioap. 
s Mayo h'oundaliim Herina- 
(ologLvt said. Dr. La>uU \. 
Hrun^tlng, Sr., said deter- 
gent** may dewtrny layer* of 
skin. 


Ca-*Uii«ata at U S.C. 

VlrUrU C«D«<« lli«lr frUsS* 


■.lihrr lc.;?«‘ ptettirc of the 
three children who ■ • it. Th*» 
ch ‘ ’i<*n are Pamela. Joanne'aml 
Patii- ia Wlil?. -^lughters of .Mr. 
jnd Mr*. Ken Will.*, of Nell 
Sircirt. and they are agrNi three, 
nine and 13 In that order. 


B> KII.KKN LK.\ltO>D 
If >Mii hapi't a to m * 
<:r.'iigh! line it bi^x) rules 
from h>re to New Ze,vland. 
I’hlc I* the story of ■ pie-'e of 
that iravelled in s straight 


ROSE’S 46th ANNIVERSARY 
SALE ENDS TUESDAY 


i\o Hint Needed 


FREE DOOR PRIZES 


The cake nailed from rs.-t»>aimi*- ||,|f «ummei. they bought a 
but ent to Mann-laml by pip^e of the five.ion giant con 

three voung Victoria girL*. fectlon In Nanaimo and sent It 
The cak, v.,.- f^ ;-mv . -* ri bj to family Inciid .Mr*. Heaphy. 

; woman called Mrs L P j ,n, |,jj|ry, i>ki.K.||TKD 
Henphv who Uve< m n pl.i..' . -.u u i -i 

.--Med Kaiwharcv.hara wh-h vr-reiday the UiUh chil- 

near Wellington. 

copy of >ept. kth * Dbrnlmon 

SI’Et I.AL M1KKK\ „n(j sms/ed to see theinaelves 

She said she ate it with a publicized In the Southern 
glass of very special sherry and Cross. 

jhjit would undoubtedly makei paper published the com- 

the cake feel the long trip had pfpi^ recipe for the cake, gave 
been worthwhile. children's description* of 

A Wellington dally paper, their’ view of Princess Mar- 
•The Dominion" gave a four gsrei's visit to Victoria and evi*n 
column .spread to the piece of mentioned the fact that their 
rake which was a fragment of grandfather, newspaperman Ar 
the Ik foot high monster created chle Will*, woiked on the Dally 
by Nanaimo and first cut by Colonist’s 80 page centennial 
Princess Margaret on her recent issue, 
lour here. Qt^F. \ THRILL 

THREE CHILDREN For the Wills children. It war 

In the article, there was a quite a thrill, 
large photograph of Mrs. For the piece of cake U was 
I Heaphy who got the cake, and the end. 


reletrmg to herself the 
widow of the late Mr X. I’ve 
read the papers every tUy 
and never came r -— • 
notice ,»t hi« death m (he 
obituary column. 

l-Iow can I find out If this 
man really died? I'd like to 
let my hu.*band know what 
type of woman he's been run- 
ning with all these yeers. 
-R. C. 


Dear Marybelie; He doesn’t 
need a hint He need.* monev. 

11 he s as specjsj as you 
*ay. you should be SH(isfte<l 
to go by dog-sicd. pogn-stlok. 
oxcart or plain ol' shoe- 
leather. Get off hl^ head. 

VS. He soynds like a 
blight, ambitious Kid who will 
have a Cadillac eventually. 
Have you thought ol this. 
Stupid? 


Nothing to buy. ju*t come In 'and sign your name 
•tfoo.oo -<'olumbis Tni-Flt Diamond Ring 
fso.&o -iJdoTru Fil Pesrl and Diamond Ring 
fttn.fto -Omega t>ntun' Man’ Watch 
• AP .60 Bulnva Lady's Wpfeti 
$15.00 -New Lady Sheaffer Pen 


Dear R. C.: You'll have one 
ginger peachy time getting 
the facts on this. The man 
could have died In another 
city. I should think you'd be 
concerned wUh the moral 
aspect of what's been going 
on under your nose rather 
than with what has happened 
to another W'oman'a husband. 


Dear Ann: Ten year* ago 
my husband took up with a 
married woman. When the 
romance got going full bla*t 
she threw her own husband 
out of the house and that's 
the last anyone ever heard ol 
him. 

Now thla scarlet wench U 


Mcro to aitrnri to ron<:littJon('>’ mnttors t\nd to visit, 
the PrCLI Is Minister of N.ilional Defence The Hon. 
Mr. G. R. I-' irk- . VC, pictured here with Mrs. 
Poarki ; at their stale In the Empre? Hotel. Last 
night the Pearkes enieiiained at a reception at the 
Union Club. Tomorrow morning Mr. Pearkes wUi 
lnspe<‘t the PPCLI at Work Point. He and Mi>. 
Pearkes will leave for Ottawa at 4 p.m. — (Photo 
hy Boucher.) 


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• HAMILTON KLECTRir. ETC. 


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Clubs and Societies 


WATCH SPECIALS 


Welcome to Victoria! 


Buy While Selections Last — Fully Guaraniccdf 


SPt)RTSMA\ 


LANGFORD — Mr*. J. F 
Brniihwaite was re -elected 
p£^-;.lent of Ihe Langford Wom- 
en's InsUtuie a< a recent meet 
mg in the In*mute lUU. 

0»ti--rs officer* elect<*d were 
Mir W. McDowell, vice pre- 
dent. Mrs. R. C. Wilson, st'cre 
tar)-. Mis. S. Sawyer, treasurer 
and Mrs. D. Robb and Mrs. R 
C^arlow-, directors. 


Ift i-lRfl • 

ftp** 

rrr<t«l seSClAL 


The Ire Breakei^. a r.rw iiub 
which wek'omes nrwcumer* i» 
the rit>. Held ■* tea in the GU**« 
»ihiel Hotel iIm^ wcfk 
Mr Bill Traie -*p*tke 
‘ 'Wling and curling V'lt 
Inna. Club ptr :ient. Mic Av:s 
Walton >poke -m ihe Wl chi', 
I." -the cit> sn<l Judge 


Ui'II' *0 
R»lu ■Miftimt 
tMinr»ok*bl« mom. 
•pni>o ttreciAL 


SPORTSM.AN 


SPORTSMAN 


a ||S*4 'ron I •0(«ti I1-1«**II 

• l-iminoii* dll. I'n* 

btiikiRir 'niiruprini and 

ervital Bbo-'ipm! a: ! aaiar* 
prooj S * cos 

eeacJAL . I 3 


a-.cird man * «aub 10-ji«#l 
a»tM moatmrac «at«]ivna( 
unvraaiabla malaapfiat aborh- 

K'Sul *14“ 


gtuup*- 

P. MePhee of Moose Jaw. talked 
on Vlcturla hospitality. 

Assisting with lea were Mr. 
and Mrs. Stan Anderson, Mr. 
and Mr*. G. Chamber*. Mrs. S. 

Alton. Mr. and Mr* J. Kustei. 
Mrs. E. RAiaon. Mr*. Trudi 
Barclay and Ml»~ Ruth Hay 
wood. 

Next mcf-ilng will be heki at 
IOTh; Dnugla.«i .street Weflr.----1.i', 
Nov 2« at 8 p m 


Royal Virtoria Yacht Club lAdio' Auxiliary Is 
planning a dance at the club for Saturday, Nov. Ti, 
with mualc Nupplied by .\ndy .Anderson and his 
orchestra from 9 p.ni. to I'J. Refreshment* wMI b«‘ 
included In the admission price. 

There triU be a nhowinE of the film “History of 
the Amerlril^ Cup,**' telling the story of the original 
cup race In IHAl, at the cluh No\. 14 at 8 p.m. 


The Victoria West Golden 
Age club will hold a bazaar In 
the Community Hall. Catherine 
Street, on Thursday at 3 p.m. 
Featured will be stalls bf home 
cooking, fancy work and mis- 
cellaneous articles 


FREE 


With F.verv IjiyAway 
Over $30.(M) 

(*hoov‘ Now 
For Cliristjiiaa 

II M wilt N-M T*«t C*«»M 


Mr*. W. A. C. Bennett will At the Uitober meeung of Ihe 
oi>en the annual bazaar of the Dr. (> .M Jor-.s--. (rhinHiM. lODK 
.;;k*nlor Ladies and Calelte* of plan* were completed for a cof 
Ihe St. Andrew's and Caledonia i lee party on Krld-iy, Nov. 2:; 
Society on Saturday. Nov. i5 The parly will be held at the 
at 3 p.m, h(»me of Mr*. G. A. Markle. M9 

To be held at Holyrood Foul Bay Road from 11 a nv 
Houar. the fete will feature to 1 p.m. with noveltif.^ and 
stalls of home cooking, candy, . home-cooking the featured a(- 
fancy work, novelties, aprons, (racllona. 


Virtoria Purple .‘^tar No. itM 
L.Tdn*s Oiani’o lli-;;evnlent A»- 
*--.;.ttion will meet in Ihe 
Oraiis-? Hall on Weilnrvday at 
7J0 p m. for Scarlet Degree. A 
banquet will be held prior to the 
meeting In honor If Ihe official 
visit of RW Grand Mlstre** of 
Be’., Mra. M. Bean. 


A hot turkey supper will be 
served at l>. arul 7 p m. on 
Wcdnea^lay at Sacred Heart 
Parish bazaar. 

To be heki In the Ijike Hill 
Women's Institute hall, (Quadra 
Street from 2 until 10 p.m . the 
bazaar will feature stalls of 
home produce, afienioon tea 
and game*. 


Men's lOk Gold Black Onvs 
Initial Kino- *Q QC 

HPECIAL* 

With Diamond and 

Initial $14.95 

.M<m’s Heavy 10k Gold Black 
On.«^ Intllsl Rings. Two smart 
style* to chooT* from P*i 
S197S 

KPEITAIi 

W'iih Diamond and 

Initial $19.95 

Ijullr*' 3H|(>ne B>rlh«tnne Ring*. 
Reg *19 M. ’1PQA 

BI’EI lAI. 


PRINTED PAHERN A888 j \ 

Label Dohum j \ 

f 

for Gfnevteve / ' - \ 

^ i \ 

HiRh-Rising Empire Waist 
AcTr4*nt» Pliant Sheath by Dobson 

PROMINENT DESIGNLK 

tlMPIRt the elegant, high 


Tht Tea Cottage 

M2 FORT KT. 

tn quite restful surround- 
ing*. enjoy a leisurely 
lutjch or aftenioon tea. 

frl4* Oararir** an Oar 
Uaamt tUma inahr* faMla 

Luncheot.s. from H.V 

Afternoon Tea*, from 45c 
Hour* 11 a-f -I p-m. 

Rr»»ra«tlan* ln«ll»4 

PIIONK F.V$-R353 


The Gorge I*re*hylenan La 
dies’ Aid Society will meet on' 
Tue*«lav at 3 pm. al the home 
of Mr* T. K Amli. inrx'S Pender- 
gasi with coho-sie**. Mrs. G. 
Clayton. 

a « * 

Nov 29 1* the dale of the 
XI Bela Chapter, ^ta Sigma 
• Phi. annual bazaar to be ’held) 
I at the Canadian Legion Hall. 
Arena Way. 

, The rhapter wUl meet Mon- 
I day. Nov. 10 at 8 p.m at the 
I home of Mins Grace Waters to 
make final plans. 


Mr* Ruth Champion will he 
ihe guest speaker at the 1*11 
fashion «hnw being piesrnted 
bj llte Chaielame Cluh uf the 
nVCA. Wednesday al the "Y ” 
at 8 p.m. 


Rockland Park Union of the 
wenu will meet on Tuesday 
at 2 p.m. at Ihe home ol Misf 
E. Harto. IHd Slannard Avenue 


This is the year of the. new 
curved waist! In Printed Pattern AWa. Isabel Dobaon ci^ato^ 
a pliant, alender shape with the adventuring waut defin^ 
by teaming and a bow Jual under the bo»om. Rounded 
neckline, sleeve* to the elbow are the only other details on 
this flawlessly cul dress that's smart and simple by day- 
dramatlrally figure-revealing a: night Wool jersey plsln 
or vividly printed, aouine Ught mohair, tweed cotton, linen 
are naturals for casual wear. For holiday parties and 
theatre going, the designer suggest* briM-ade or gleaming 
satin. 

Printed Pattern AKRg la available In Miaaea atzea 10, 
12. 14. 16 and 18. Size 16 requires 3. yards 39-lnch Ubrlc. 

Send One Dollar for Printed P^tern A888 lo The Dally 
Colonist, Pattern Department. 60 Fr*nt .ftroet West. Toronto, 
Ont Please print plainly your name, address with zone, 
style number and size. 

Next Week— Welch for a Prominent Designer Pattern 
from Part*. 


Bring In Thla C oupon — H I* Worth 

20% DISCOUNT 

On .Any Watch Strap or Bracelet 
FREE— Two new spring pins wUh every bracelet 


Next meeting of Victoria 
Toastmlstress i!lub will be held 
Tuc}^^ay, Nov. 11, at the Mon- 
leiey Restaurant at 5 45 p m- 
At the lost meeting two new 
member*. Mr*, C. Machan, and 
Miss E. M Bone, were Inducted. 


* St Mary's Women'* Parish 
Guild will meet on Tuesday al 
2 3<i p.m In the parish hall 


Cream, Sugar 
and Tray 

Your choice of sollrt 
copper or sllverplate. 


lOO's of Specials 

TTtroughout the Store! 
RVV NOW FOR 
CHRISTMAS 

r»e Our lAvAway 
PUn 


Major John Hebden Clllesple 
Chapter. TODE. will hold p rum 
mage sale at 7..T0 p.m. In the 
CX*F hall on Wednesday. 


.St. Joseph's Hospital Alumni 
will meet on Tuesday at 8 p.m. 
In the nurses' residence. 


SMORGASBORD 


BPECIAL 


THURSDAY— 6-9 p.m 

per PWHOO 
tn the 

EMPRESS ROOM 


PfO CARRYING 
(IIARGFS 


EASY TERMS 


nr. W1AR — BE KIND Tf) AND MAVK 


YOUR EYES 


a*Mrntt*** lavUM BV *-*ttl 
« , . In .tlrtithm Ml Um 
M w9 


. . . Choose SAIA ANIA TV ^ 

wHh EfClnalve HA1/)MGIIT 

Tn* •,*»«♦•.»» AmwMtn A.*oruu«n •qd •»*•» t-aafttl- 

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jjtlgTlMO" M Imanrtanl U XYg 

'*IJtMtnr *■»•»*•« ia*i In *t*«lii« • VrlaS* l*l».M»*n 

•*r**n «• U l■i|*rU•l U ntniMr “awtrnaMa tl,ktla,'^ tar 
■ r«at*r ««• .aaitart an* r*«tr«tl**M 
At* far STt^'aftte HalnlUM ai >a*r k<ral dealer— UM •hale »a«Ui 


holds any gih 
till CHRISTMAS! 


JEWELERS 


1817 Douglas Street 


I Tamm BuHdlng »lMlleat Arts Building 

(R5 Port rntrmt and llOft Pandoiw Atrw 


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SaH|i <fidloa(tt. i.e. 1 0 
Sun4«v. N*«. 2! Ifll 


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Rv ANNK SMKIXIK 


Fivepin bowling is n family affair as Mrs. flladys 
Girard kpi*ps sconr while her yjn, Ron. and hu.>d)and, 
Gero*. centre hack, look on vvilh John Ruryk. Seated 
beside Mrs. Gifard arc Miss Dorothy Hong and Mi-s. 


Donna Langstaff. M>*s. l^ngstaff, fmm Belleville, 
< >nl , was the ladies’ singles champ there last year, 
averaging a 211 score out of 10 games. 


ever 


Since Its birth, (ivepin boul- sitckf ttenre over skirts «s 
Ing has Krov^ii tn’mendously in tno«t of ih»* '*nmrn they 

popularity, but as .Mrs, Peggy pirfir slacks for comfort, and 
Tnckeii. insirucfrcss at Gibson's fi-ccdom 0 / movomem. 

M\A, "Onj*e you VC bouled icn- higgpst project to be un- 
pins, you neser go hack ' dci taken by several of Vie- 

It IS esitmaird there are >ona s bowling alleys* la the 
about a ntilhon livepin bowlers formation of leagues lor the 
plsying on same 7,000 alleys in Icen'agers. 

Canada. Already under way is an af- 

Here in Victoria, the estlms- ter school league from Viciona 
linn IS close to 3.000 In both Huh School under ihe direction 
live and tenpin leagues. of one of their teachers at Capi* 

Virinria has a total of 70 a|- City alleys. 
k\s at Its four bowladromes— Gibson's is planning a .Saiiir- 
Gibsons. Capiial City, Strath day league for teenage howlers 
cona and E^ulmalt. and bo|ie« to get started In a 

W^at do the bowlers wear? week. A.s one Insinjctress put 

fUrh l«m usually ha- a 
sponsor and a name in the form 

of a colorful crest worn nn the President Gerry Girard of Ihe 
ahlrt pocket, hack nr sleeve. Govei-nmenr Employees 

Tha shirt. s.„ rt.part.lly in in yirtorla. 

tha ladla, la„uas llapl.y. .ha Juhn Hart 

a^_ a *ropby. a four fool high piece 
for example. Peggy Trick- hrlce hrac 
ett’s team wears a *ervli'eahte j . u 

blart.. rtjh. up ,0 .ha mmuta 
in .ha chamis, a.yla, 

. ... pe«)ple to come out and bowl. 

The team members *sree It s 

Ihe most comfortable shirt 

they’ve ever worn. loria bowlers and they try their 

If you're a spectalor at the hardest, 
lo«al allevs, you d be dazzled 
bv the silks and satins chosen 

for flash as well as comfort , . 


Mother of two, Mrs. Dorothy Bennett throws a strike 
right at you. Mrs. Bennett, who lives on Burnside 
Road West and has a daughter. Terry Lyn, 5, and 
son, Gordon. 2, has been bowling for* 11 years.. 


Perfect form from any angle Is dU- 
played by Mrs. Peggy Trickett as slie 
instnicU her Wednesday afternoon 


class of beginner IrowJent. Pegg>'s 
been Itowling for 12 years and loves 
the sport. — (Photp- by Ryan.) 


This trio of attractive bowler* average 
12 year* of bowling among them and 
are teammate* in an "old bowlers” 
league that A>eels Monday nights. 


From left to right they are Mrs. Grace 
Elves. Mrs. Loma Pollock and Mr*. 
Tesa Kamman. 


Keen Interest U shown here as the 20-tcam league of women’s tenpin howlers who meet Monday nighKs at Gibson’s Bowladrome gather 

- for the photographer. 



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20 (TnlmjtHf ViclorU. B.C., Sua^ Nov. 2, 19S* 


ERSONAL 


HiHu 


MounUiin of Dishes 


Fiv*» years affer 
Nf'U Xealaiul’s 
busy ronqueriiij' 


Uis Hnnor^Nhr Ueutonanr JJovern'u and V. M. Rom will 
(nurl tu 1‘uncrtfi next Knday lo attend a Cemenmal Hail m the 
Aimiiury fiXiiDion'd hy ihr Duncan CenUnnlal committee. Lt. 
tindt. J Davte, IXSC. will act as aide-de-camp. Mis« Ruth Mac- 


his bislorir ooiiqiiesf of K>ei 
iiitrf|»iU Sir t-almuml Hillury 
mountains of dishes. 

Sir Kdiiiiind— <»r “l-kl. ' as 
New Z«*aUmJ— eoiifessps he ha- 
duinestirity since hi.s return fro 
to Ihn South Tole last year. 

Tlie fniiu**} evpiorer new 
eliores. His tsift* i* I 


i • ffi’7 

Major 'flcner.^l and Mi * C. R. S ’In wll rnteriaui atmul 
3H KuesU It’ a lockuil laiiiy neat Knday at Itair Island R.^d 
liome. 


owewr. he notes, ■m AiifTntiVa w, 
tnuehed in with everybody nit fatiKin's, I v 
I think the wa.sher-u() ^•al^s the tune in that 
o(M* ration." 


y.xtvuilvd I inti (h er 

Mtis Gertrude Cohen. Faithful Streef, I-,.'.:; refuined home 
after an extended vlwt with relatives and trlends In the Brutah 
lale» and the ConttnenI 


hufifinemrnt 

Mr. and Mrs J. A Hill. 1052 Amphion .Street announce the 
'Mr.-^j-omeni ol then only daughtei, Violet June to AH James 
Unt»prf Wltr>. R<‘V ^nn of Mj. and Mrs J WiM>. Cie>.icnt Bi'acli, 
\ ant'.. liver BC. 


ctmpann 


iwcoaeoftATao art may tS7a 


Horne to I rinrmirr'r 

Mr and .Mr.**. Allnn Fraser have returnrtl hotne to West 
V'ATU'.HiVer after spending sevei'nl days In Vtctorla vistllnp Mr. 
• nd Mrs. W G Hamilton. Woodstock Drive. Dnvmg home via 
Nanaimo they MRiied friends en route up the Island 


/'firfy Preredrx Donee 

•Mr. and Mis. T. MeConnel) Davis entertained laM evening 
with a rtii'klalL fiarty at their home on Mntiieiey A\enue <*ueMts 
• r-r- Mr. and Mrs- R D. CI.-icK. .Mr. and .Mrs. K. C. Murphy. 
M« ;in<| M:;: .1, It M. lax'k Dr «n<t Mra C*. B .larnestin Dr wruJ 
Mr-. Ho*- McNeelv. Mi and Mrs. Norman Colvin. Mr. aixl .M*h 
iiinlinm Manis. Lt <?mrtr and Mis Crawfoi^ Mahon. Crndr. and 
.Mi-s f;eoiT;e Gray. Mr and Mrs. Tom WooU.son. .Nfr amt .Mi . 
.\- F .*shepherd. Mr and Mrs Jack LeBouilllirr, Mr. and Mir 
\V J Mmitgomers. M«. and Mrs. Tom McMaiUri. .Nlr. and Mn 
r<sl Whitley, Dr. and Mrs. D. .M WhlUey; Mr. ami .Mn., lanj 
Williams. Mr. .ind -Mis. iiisirge Barr. Mr x.nd Mrs David Can- 
Mr and M-* • Cvrll Webster. Mr d Mr.. Art DelJsle Mi and' 
Mr D. N. Smltti, Mr. and Mrs F R Miintwe, Mr ;j>d Mr*f, 
Ko- . Hind. r*r. '.nd Mir '^timit HoIIbimI. Mr and .Mrs. Llovd’ 
Mi i-.ei-,/io. Mr. and Mi-s- D. W Bnckett and Dr and Mr* G r 
• .i.. i>f V,... Man> of the guestf- iiirmied the fcmprcs- 
llc’el dinner dance after the pat'j. 


!\Iarrie(l in .Mberla 

Marrieii In Alberta. Mr. and Mrs. Gcoii?e Jligijlns 
will rtwiide In \'ietorm. rin* t. Mle the i< r.,,.. j 
la’insudxM’, djuphtor of .Mr. ond Mi>c K ^.•.•lmvel>c•r, 
Pearl Street, VicturLi. -iPbolo bv MnUlu'v - Phot--, 
Calgary.) 


MR. AND MR.S. If. .1. WEU’II 


' ' ' M' lelc: \Il =;.! Mr. 

•■'■I- '■>- . h :i i,.; . I ,i=|{ ;; r:;c jji 

with w'Tj Beat; 

vju.'ilhiim Mayor n SfUT 4)i and 

.Mr- Si iiri the bride's 
IV,'.: ...(I hroiher-in l.iw an>l sister, tra 
Qi.jjji ve|lp<l ‘.vMh l^er Imm VlHefia 
•••.ciax‘ of t'»r itie Nwvtdn. • 


M iW/ff/lif Ih'e. JU 

Mr ainl Mrs IL .V MacDonald 2525 R -berry Avenue wi»h 
In ai nounce ‘lie rngagemeiil of them daugluei Pailiei'iie 
rahu'.t. lo Mr. Dft.id Frederick Hatl ^i.-n of Mr end Mr*. O 
Hall. Nanaimo. H‘‘ Th« weilding will take plai-Y* at 7 p m on 
IV--. Jil tn Gorge Pre*b>tciian (jTiurch with the Rrv. T. .Mr 
Alhstoi offu-latuip. 


Stylist Designed 


MisreUanetmx Shrncer }.„r 

M.:- Norma Siewail. November hrideelect. w.. . surprismi wore 4 ,.vs.. j\ 
wiih . . vontng nusrell.ineou* shower by her •"•wotkors In the a shined rffr- ; 
iilympti* R-'-m ot the Hudiwn's Pay Cnmpanv. onnimui l •-*. 

The pony w** held Itir hor *! hot' home on Ce<lar Hill Road The_ -! .tl. sw, i- 
with a huge decorated showen « ;K'» marking the u.v«si*jn The »lfaped .it i|i«i liojn 
many guesia includH her rr^al-rr Mrs G. .'strwarl. her grand with an ovir '. 
mother. Mru A. Stewart and iJ..- t '-m’s mother. Mrs F Cn'od worn a *«• =* 

Among the guests we-.. ** M. Amlei son. Mrs K. Warwick Mrs. heart i< • ' 

I s;^-reU:--. Mrs. M LapinM'#' M?s A. ThnmpSM•^ Mrs J Swale. I.a!t: «he <-„uple 
Mis« J. Wc*ndward. Mrs D. O'Brian. Mia F. Thomp ’n, Mrs H 
f’ U.‘,jurn. Mis t P*ylerson. Mrs. J .SmI'h. Mr*- M .SMngte’ | • / -i 

M ^ I Corte. .Mrs P Willow^ Mrs F Blow Mr* K Sotii. KO}[|OI1 lilK 
!:xm. Mrr G. .tnnne*. Mr« ,t .ts-*.-,;.ni M;i R.iires Mtr K . ^ 

•hVii-r Mr I. H'tgan. Mrs. F He<*klev N!r« 1. HIToM. Mi \iivil 

l.iml.i Rnokes. M;- 1 Fisher and Mi*-. .to.in ''•'•winf. • ’* *’ IU\II 


VANCOeVER «{'p! - The 

womi - auMliaiy lo the HriiDh 
• ''diitnbia .S... ;x| ('n-dit League 
ha^ 'l-.lcd Mrs Jfa~ Merriam 
fd \5'yndA| u< m.^- prrsidenf. 

V - e ptr Idem*; elr. rr- 1 were 
::rxt, Mr Ihintthv Munnick r*f 
Unrrsahv: n.-. ..»d. Mr-. Burg 
'I \ .l•M••^l)ver: ihud. Mrs Agne- 
Gr.mdi «if |>i*Uh and fourth. 
Mr? .Mai> Benson of H;irleiT-;r 


Season 


A fn.shionable crown of silky curls— to wear with 

an ornament or bandeau — or “au naturelle’’ 

p.\portly shaped and waved by our skilled beau- 
ticians—for easy care during the busy sea 5 ion of 
festivities ahead. 


Canada Kinder 
To Debutantes 


Aiixil'jrv' of the 
--Vrt -Hr. hrmrpe 
■c i: 


BV ( AK<;o I.INKRS 


Living at Cold Lake air force base, Alberfa. arc 
newlyweds Mr. and Mr>. Bernard C. J. Rrrnd. The 
pretty bride i« Terry M. Dupuis, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Arthur Dupuis of Alberta, and the gnvim 
i.s the son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Brepd, 3T20 
C.arey Road. Victoria. 


R! GGESTION: Add glamour to your hair with a 
Touch of Color! 


TORONTO fC*P» — (‘anad.i "Herr girN ate buxy with 
irnu ii* debi'tanir^ wub m«>re unlNersUv murv** and C’»mtng- 
iiiimanity than Biitaln. -sy* mil dai. wouM b«» vi expen 
'>yhil Powri Kent whn ha* sive " xhe s-ald ‘'Mri-ii nf them 
obseivcd bnih rmnntrlc*' treat -ndtlr for wiener rr>?*«i.< or akat 
mrni -->f hlch •onriy. log pariie* ” 

Dehut»''Oiw :\rft guix who are 

presepietl at Ihe rova) rouit. a-< |V * II 

M,.= p««Tri<rnt w.. whrn | Tiorv i>aza<ir 

George V wa.« King. In Toronto J 

drhulanie* are presented to the / x 


WILLIS TRAVEL SERVICE 

IfKW rKU«.I..\S KV '-471i 


FOR VOI R .APrOINTMK.VT WITH BK 
Hurlwn a Ray Beauty Salon. Fashion Hour 


I've Vour Charge Account 


^ M«ra Stlf'Confidinct 

• Mon Charm and poisa ' 

• Moro Attractiveniss 

BARBARA'^ p*M<-i*iaheed hcav/u 
and prrfoaafdir f*«t»iino covering 
»urh phoici oj figurt ttreamltni'n:. 
pnatuff and grace, --t co»c. wot'". 
ip. /uiir ttpftwg. eonreT.iai!on. ipcfi-^ 
%ociat etiquette, vatdrobe planning 
roktr Aarmoxy. drcMing to type, u itl 
help you become tht woman you 
tr-anf to bt poned. welt groomed. 
aflrofOce ipiih an ae of sparkling 
confidence 

e»«l«rv Carr*. lUn «a4 
IMIr *lr»atnllM«nK Uarila* lai a<*..*»itxi 
-<»l at !••* tha*a ib» Mirhiaa 


llriitenant-povernnr at a b.lTl 
nrgonired by the Toronto Gsrii 
son of Ar»iller>- 

Tl \nilNG < ! KTSV 

Thi.s vear, the ball will be 
held No\ 7 xnd .V girl* will he 
iniroHiteeil to the Hon. J Kelllei 
Markay. Mi** Power Kent U 
teaching the girls to curtay 
I "When 1 was preaenled at 
rourt. I had to be sponiwred by 
my mother, who had hor*elf 
been presented ax a girl. My 
redenflal* were cheeked by the 
Ion! rhamherlain and the whole 
operation, with dan<-t»s, partlei 
and drexae*. roat about $.1,000.” 

NO t HFf KING IK)NK 
In Conada girls are recom- 
mended to a debutante* commit 
tee. No checking la done, and' 
event* are reduced to three teas 
and the ball. 

TTie actual presentation cere 
mony is also more humane, says 
Mis.* Power Kent. 

TOMING OIT' 

In England, presentation at 
rourt Is a forerunner lo costly 
'Vomlna out** dance* and partle* 
at which girl* meet cliglhle 
young men about town. 


Gay halloonn and colorful 
autumn flower* will .*et the 
r for St Mar)*’* Priory 
ba/aar lo be held Saturday. 
Nov. 8. 

Feature attravilon of the 
baraar. to open at 2 pm.. wUI 
be a very good rollecUoo of 
<-le«n. almost new women's 
clothe*, mainly coats and 
dresses. 

.Some of the other *tall* will 
include rows of jams, jellies, 
home pre.serve* and cooking. 

■ andy. toy*, fancy gCNXl.* and 
bouquet* of flowers 

Proceed* frtmi the bazaar 
win go toward* the purchaoe 
of an instrument sterlluer for 
♦he Priory’s small hoaplial. a 
much needed piece of equip 
ment. 


at the BAY... Special SALE 
Helena Rubinstein Estrogenic 
Hormone Hand Lotion 


Btrb«r»'« «rbiMl InMfir* 
• tn<i U in ixmi 

lli» ana 

l»nr* of firl« aM •o<i4>n 
■ f all a«*« -- 

or 

tina, «r «»ni en rraHvai 


latarttae* *X«n» lUrktr* lllndsan M«UI 

• ta t a « ; WtSatada;. » am la a y m. 


Big Double Size 
Limited Time 


NEWI FOR THE HARD OF HEARING 


TF^ AND .SAI.K 

An attractive display of good.* 
will be offered Victorians a* the 
Ladle*’ Aid of St. Paul’s Pres 
bytertan Church present a le.n 
and sale on Wednesday from 
2.10 to 4.30 p m. at the church 
hall, corner of Mar)* and Henr>’ 
•Si reel.*. 


A quiet cpromqny rnrcntly unitorl In marnnec Mi*.* 
Claire Roberta Tt'ther, dauehler -of Major ami .Mrs. 
K. Tether. Victoria, and Mr. James Edward Sfoen, 
son of Mr. and Mr*. William Sti'cn. also of Vlrinria. 
The Steens u-lll reside on Blackwood Street. — (Photo 
bv Gibson's Studio.) 


SMART STYLES 
IN WHITE UNIFORMS 


*NOW you ran save money 
while you save hand* from 
lines, roughness, and lack 
of moisture. Helena Rubin- 
strin offer* for a limited 
time a giant eight ounce 
bottle of her famous Kslro- 
genlr hormone hand lotion 
St a fraction of iin regular 
price. It xmoMh* your 
hands to velvet ooftness, 
lines, rough and even dark 
pigmented spot* seem to 
disappear. And ynur natla 
*eem stronger, too Helena 
Rubinstein Gitmgenic hor- 
mone hand lotion helps 
underakth retain needed 
^lolsture for a smoother, 
vminger appearance. Take 
advantage of this oppor- 
tunitv to take time off vour 
hands. 


Corrert uniform* for leehnlclan*, beau- 
tlrians. receptionists, nurses, dietitians. 

nostesaes. 

Name* you know— 

• Uniforms Registered 

• La Croaa • White Sister 

• Polyanna • White Ooas 

.Stylea — 

■ • Chfmlsa • Trapeze 

• Sheath • FUlr Skirfa 

Mafrrlaia — 

• Terylene Cotton Blend 
from 9.98 

• Teiy lene from 10.98 

• Cotton from 4 98 

• .Sharkskin fmm 8 98 f 1 

• Drip l>ry Cntton from 688 \ • 

Star* 10 In M and M In ■ 

II, In full. 4, umI abort' 

«|eev« atyleo. VU 


SNJOV NORMAL HEARING 


Have Your Eyes 
Examined Regularly 


Natural Looki^fl 

R4a 

, RM OMetW O’*!** 

. on** 


HEARINO GLASSES 

I njoy life anew, hear again — 
with new thm, trim "natural 
lookini" Msico Heanng Ldaxxe*. 
^ou correci your hearing loss* 
secretly! Get I RLE bookleL 


Visit Yotir 
Optomelriata 
Ren;iilariy 


MAICO of Anywhere 

Oc'Ml S«rw«n •• HMn»( CtitMi m4*w« taq <IM •ptMal f r**- — 

R. 0. MUNSON & COMPANY 


HAROLD S. TIMBERLAKE 
NORMAN T. JOHNSON 

VISION SPeClAUSTS 


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Telephone EV3-21.5« 

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CORSCT SPeCIQLTV# SHOPPE 


Montague 

BRIDGMAN 


f'htna • Cryatnl • Ci/t» 
tn Oo»f rnwffit rhPtit 


C.VCkO MAHHAOl 


(fnlmilrtt ViftorU, B.C., Sun., Kot. 2 . 195 S 21 


Piplnritd'n mfii* InnR (oi <1 
:ni»v In Ihf^ Soviet* foiiRii 
'>fiorrvM poliii.*! rtiivr when 
»’ Soviet I ••mmunmi i..nf\ 
•‘•nOl** rs«»v. loj Ms ^?lsl 


MOSCOW tAPr -The Krem- 
lln's »iern wamlnn to li*n mdl- 
Preoiier Nikiu Kbru*ii- 
ihe\ jnd his i;ovenunent aie in 
H ilKhtin^ mood and unwilUMfi 
in mcke uny ctimprumi5« with 
the We*t. 

Hoili tlte Umo nf th-' noir 
hMt(d«‘d the Iiunian <iir^N'>4(t<>r 
.'^uiuniny. and the ran«*emiilun of 


WASHINGTON 
S4 ieniiM». aie t Uimlng h 
m«|of hirakthRiuKh the 
Invented noiAelr--. poiKtnn. 

The Nannnal I>OKr4phir 
ri**W iT|«>M.': that the *•! 

t>l»e makes hllle oi 
when rhi'wert. ' 
movie iheatii ■- 
nerve ahatletiMfi 


S-_-\ieK ••fitinot remain inUil \:Ait ii\ Delriu-e 
ferein " to this ilrvelo|ni»>rit. . M. Klr.r, to haii. 

Under an "Id Ireatv wuii (rati , . j . i 

MBiud -HUT W-rUt W4, I ih- ,, f 
.Soviet Union reserve<l ih-' • M h,.,,--. h< 

lo IrHeneru-- o Iran if ttie f’::- ivior Ah A--;:l).i' II 
Mans I'onMder that their -mhIi Pail^arncnt Iian vull iwvei 


retaiy Svii 


Amhii 


noihuis 


noted. 


i*ai'de<l 111 (iiplomHiir uivle! 


Unfortunately, then 


fiTsti examples of the lurreni 
hard i»olit y. 

The .Soviet Union accu><ed Iran y 
of piTparinv! lo vIkii a new mill ] 
larv treaty with the Unile<| 
Staten “w h ) r h dim ily en- 
danger**" Ru-o^la • ^oulhein Iron ,, 
tier. The note achied that the s 


signers 


'I'hev've deleiniined th-M the 
.ihilii\- lo poji IS lelaiMt ( lo.sely 
u> Hie jMTientaBe of .;)II stairh 
in .» kernel- the voftiM the 
the pooler the |aippioc 


inturnnee la hellevpd to have 
e.Nt^'wl amonji the Babylonians 
as early a- J'lno HC 


isnions 

Women 


Mount Toliiile tvill tie HI 
itp lt> inohkter iMinflres Nov. 
I». HritUh < olmiibta's offl 
rial HNMh birthday. 

V^ienrrA and toffee will 
be donated and \lrtorla 
aincerv will lead iMmuyimMY 
*hUElnc- i'lan iv hetna pro- 
moled by the rniirtst Tnade 
tiroiip of the t hani>»er of 
< ommerre. 


Student Goes to Harvard 


whatever ini la aiul 
• -piiinc Lomton. 

a . tw deal from laahton de 

MC’tiprA, the Luiulon auUuir ol dome ilie 
■Ta^ip and takhinn” ...; '•{•iri.ne 

Jam. L K > r- p - nl we:r 

Pitn'^ and \ Mmnan m 

«ll|| 


women 


Id'^ar after 

WAI'. 

next fashion 


If ISeulralifil Move Adopted 


Di*; ■' ing phitnids m?:de by handk^PfH'd woiki :s 
rt! kIwiI' Fjt1i‘r|ii I'f .ltd) Y.ili*', fhe fiiiii’ new 
tr.HveMim: -tc-m;???. Gordon R. Koil:. of Till Van- 

ctiiuer. Mr. Kon-"', toUndrr i >" basket- 
ball 'll V.^ir; ^ : -t iViombof of the •; Raia- 


i'oine In and si 
TIIK RKST 
VKKTU \I 


>^muel Hinds 


Bi.i.vns 


Pacific Venetian Blind 

ms Fort Street FVSTIHS 


REG. STONE tNO tN INSTRUMENT OF “NOTE 


tn»N KMaVO.HE 


Industry Luncheon 
To Honor Orchard 


BALLANTYNE'S 


1 O ,\ .S, N Y.’ihai 11 Would he -••• • •••vieldy to 
loinat.t -4 I d i>eimit eflr-.iive .nr^-;;Uai(< - 
j- • ted aciee Hut Wr»iern de;r:;-^‘< vjipi (jvp 
In r«'vive the two power* now weic wiihne t«» 
Commtv'^on *:o al*»««s vxith the Idea provided 
ihan a sr-aj. ihere were projier 'afeo'-arFU 
«' the tienetaJ acains: I tie r-nriimi»vion'. he 

l'ommiit*-r rotniiiB a luund i*ropa 

d't an IniliaO’ B*tnda forum. 

Ttie Indian Y ?5V I'-.Mhi 
ta' non s- ■■nginally Mitmuiieri Oi t 
would base liHd ihr= A<-'o‘mbly 
lire ide that the lotnini- * >n 
•shall he lomixr-ed ol all ih. 
'^‘O membeis of the United Na 
linnx " 

lev uimed In a f d 

• \TfMon Friday fdght sayitu' ii 
’ xtuuild serve only “for 19.**! on 
an ad ho< 'v|>e<ial) bavi* and a.s 
a roinmiiiee of (he t.k*neral A.h 


rilONK K\ 4 0.VWJ 


REG. STONE OR BERNIE PORTER AT 721 VIEW $T 


'I be RC fnrext Induxirv will host a (uim In^M^ in \an- 
rniixer I'ln'-.dii^, in Inoior of Hr. (. I>. Onlinril. st lin ' rrllrrtl 
as depiitv niinisler of for>*sts for Ihi' prothi.e rnentlv. 
the hinrlu'on ha- )M*r*n arrunx***! bv the <-onil>iin>d forest 
indnstrii's, jnd atNoil hat r«'iir>-..<-iduli\ ex uf firms and 
BsxtM-l.tliiiiix as well ns f<»i liter t-olleacues are e\|h'elitJ 
to attend. 


Enjoy the ij! 
Policemen's '■ 
Ball 


n f..mm 


Court Pantdf 


High Vaultage 


WE'VE 1"M 
(llHMed 'I--: - 

a buiUhriB ni'Xt 
dooi . 


;!*inblv 


th 


a vault I 

,1;,. . I.f \1.‘ 
Housed legal 
papera . , in 


thider the original draff, the 
b<Kiy wntid havr been under the 
rtilea of the Disarmament Com- 
missj«»n and any member rould 
have got a meeting at anx time. 

Under the new veiAion. it 
would he .i.ider the rule . of |h. 
(ieneiai A«sembl> and it would 
lake Ihe-eimReni of a matority 
Ilf ihr *(1 memliers to get a meet 


Over l&O atyles. 
shapes and cokira 
for every ocesalon 
and F'ostume. 


MAK MtUillKN 

n.ts a romplete selcellon of 

Airaplesa fovir4latioii gai> 

menis lets, lutsques 

and JdiapI* - hi^s ... -32 
i» hi . . . A. B. C and D 
nips ... In rh«- - nl ..U. k 
iM while U.'ur.rr' K''..’ 
l4»d> .Nii/anne and Trr<» 

Siiapl'’*" Br«T from SJl.HR 

Siiaplex- Corselets 
from 

Basques, itom SM.95 


aken a > .ti 


RRORF.V I F.N^r.S A.VD FRA.MFS 
KFPI.ACRI> milLR YOU UAIT 

Won’t vou drop In wdth your pre. 
script ton snd try on our lovelv new 
frame”, with no ohligaimn whatever. 
You are surs to find one that 
flsttcrs >*ou. 


Atfh.:i:gh the tlmusands nl Western sn-.:;..'-. v^id B*-" 
.-n iiiealer Vutniia tanging and the United .-Stales h-^ t 
lior. fiS^ed oUl sUe\ca‘s to doi-ed (hr s|«sr- m make i 
pamjieied .lamr dnn't Hisnge. TJiey e-,p>ited the r 

It is ‘ National Cat Week, would vnia for the new draft 
-Some .iOO memheis of the Vtf - _ - - - 

toria Cats* Protrcuon League rspnpv ati si 

will take full advantage of Na ^'AKDKN HI.M 

(tonal Cat Week. Nov. I to 8, to PARIS IUPIi--Mary Cardi 
emphasize the need for taking the former opeia star, h 
pioper. e of the animals. ,gr„d p^^mit a film a 
A window display will he set . i. 

up ai the Ullian West Bakery, made 

ill Fort, and somebody fiom ^***’ f^arden. now ) 

the %.«gue will be on hand theie baiv be<'n living in reliremr 
all week during «reie hours lo in ANu-deen, .Siotlsnd. 1 
give out litevatiire and liee ad more than 20 year- 
ure on fhe pioper rare nf rats she recently travelled 
and In acu'pf new memberships pails to sign the agreemf 
and donations. Naitnnal Ar-s Fnun< 

The league, wJitch an Ives to Hon of New Yoik, It also pi 
promote heiier rate and under \ides for her to pay a viiil 
sianding of rats, is also iirilve (he United Stales. 

in finding homes for sttavs. ^ — 

M. H. M. Kets 
d yeateMlaj. 

It IS impossible to estimate 
how man>' rata iheie are in 
'.i.Mter Virroiia. hut there aie 
"more rai' than there aie good 
hor- r- for Iheni." Mis heiswell 


fTiom • ‘X'de k>- t 

b*r ^ 

Cl.. -• rolet. 

Ttie 

on 

the d‘KU ' ■ ber.uiifun*. ir.r.e. 

Bail, in 1 -.-.-. . . . for “J. J Tav- 
lor it Son “ 

Wp used to “.‘."n !' “ v.iiilt, 
all kinds of trrsh 

Co7 much too coins e 1 for our 
kind of . 

Bill now with thi* hole, ...vw. 
harred thfu, 

Ii's - ;fer hot . . . ran t^Ke 
- tre of '-nu 

Ca'isr rr-:!.“; of hn'-.' ■iJnnrr. . « . 

sfs. ‘pieil pexi 

Even hfNised from fa- 


day diivi- - a ..i. un Jol>i^on 
Siteei that pad tieen taken fium 
a Balrr.."-I Street 

w li.j w.‘ given ail ex- 
• client chr<i #i. ir-r i, i .immenda 
lion n*. a «ii5w.rinj, gave 

im e\3>lanati'ui loi hi.* actiun. 


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Allen 1. 


I l,ombaid 
SlHK) in Col 


gPO FORT at <H \I)H\ 


MORE MEN THAN WOMEN 


OA// ^pu/l e;<!i^>eALeM^ 


retary 


“W'hy would a girl of twenty- 
five pa\' money to a marriage 
bureau?” asked Jean. 

**Jf she s under Diiity the 
Commonweal'ti Bmenu will 
register her for nothing an- 
swered Marlon. Be*-ir.. being 
Jean's good fitend Marion is 
setieiary at the €.'ommon- 
wealth Mamagc Biiieau. 

"The man I'd like wouldn't 
have In go to a maiilage 
bureau.'* said Jean siuhhornly. 

•'You’d be surprised how 
many chaiming. Interesting, 
thoroughly eligible voting men 
are poming to this bureau’' 
aald Marlon, "irs something 
that has never been tried be- 
fnte — a trained sociologist 
helping people to find marr/- 
age partners Sonic vc:r InieV 
llgent men ar* eotnmg In th« 
"under 30’s’’ more oa«u than 
women apply. '‘Good-look- 
ing?’* asked Jean mlaehlev- 
onsly. "Even good-looking,’* 
answered Marlon. 

"But why”*’ asked Jean, 
"can’t they find girls on their 
own?" 

"Some of them have Jobs 
that keen them ou» of touch 
with girls. Some don t have 
time to do what they consider 
a good Job nf looking. 5tome 
of them. I suspect, are a little 
lazy. Some regard logking th# 
field over as b fearful waste 


Flanws (,ut 
Small C.ahin 


This binndlfKim Invi’K . . 

from “i'cert to i-o halt CA.Mf'MKlJ. HIVKR Fire 

The light contbiiiation. tin u a:;‘. Buttnl a small etiii- - •••” ' • ahin 

*.'*“'* . . , . , Iff-i «nd rndangeied 

Now. this hiiildlng next door Is ^ ^ , 

1 real antlour suimufiding buildings lu’P”- 

High Goihie windows, ind man 'olunh'er llt cmen contiolled 
tel* of leak 

Tl'e whole thing, iho', rsiher 
hard to explain 

But a delight, we know, lo Mr 
Sam Ijinr 

Tlie robwbhhy w:slls ... of age* 
did nOTP. 
bu> ket 

after hiirkrt. 
we sluMg the 
fhartreu*--- 
We h«)pe 
'Oil'll i*ome 
down, see the 
sniff w'c ve 
amassed. 

And how 
‘■Rav Par- 
t'Med” the 
Present wilh 
the PA 5 ?r. 


nil> VOIt KNOW 


MATTRESSES 

• CUSTOM BUILT nTz: 


Mrs. l.in Rrown graduated 
from I .R.t . In .Arts and 
StmIsI YYork. She trained 
further at the I nlver*H.v of 
Plllsbitrgh Sfhool of social 
tt orb NMil has worked In 
R ( . Saskatchewan and 
F.ncland. 

•if time and monr-, and prefer 
In let us narrow it down a hit. 
You must admit this way is 

loglrnl." 

"But not vepL' romantic.'* 
=aid Jean. 

"Romance ran end In dl- 
vr.i i-;- Romance Is nut enough 
fo! marriage. ** 111 * wav vou 
look for romance and some- 
th*o" more comna'tibtjjtv ” 
"You know " said Jeafl. "you 
have a point there Perhans 
I will see vour Mrs Prnwn " 
If Sou iiave reached the age 
of discretion and would Mke to 
ret married, whv don’t you 
make an apnolnlment to see 
Mr*. Lin Rrown of the Com 
monwealth Bureau. Bte 14. 
709 Dunsmult 


If'» •emeihtng aew tmi eipenenre ... a aeose of phrural we11-Hein| 
you poMihiv have neter heiore known. Niagara • patented CycWe 
M^*age artiofi is really an auiomanr phrsical conditioner ... a 
pleasaoL soothing action that rearhe* deep. DEEP down to iocreaf# 
rirrolation. I# help vnu to a wonderful druf-/rce relaialioo and an 
eihilaraiing *AI.IVE" feeling, fhi* will |»e your hrsi diacovety of 
Niagara's “wonderbil world of we||.Ketng" . . . hot thera ire maoy 
additional betiehis to kHik forward lo, as well Dttn'i wait . . . for 
your bealth'a sake, try this remarkable rhair today.' 

a oraasar cigtii ATios • rssr siavots rissiox 
• aooTMi Ttarn wisiirs » aiUKsi ^Tim.s 
asa» I* u irr uw NiaoAaa (nsia Tonat •* •riw iw a»uii« 


H \inf I T 

HOl.l.VWOOn 'I PH Teen- 
‘/cr Sal Mmeo lost his famoi*.- 
dark. curly loiks for the mov 
”Tonka. He wears v Indian 
wig fot !; - role as WhiTV Bull. 
» young Sioux who almost loses 
his life in tJie Custer'g Laal 
St-ind battle. 


•(♦ur D*C* '1»- 'Or 
r»H Spnnt-{iil»<l 


Vi — -rti mr I 

-....int r«-hmli ini« • -• 
iBrr cMtloriSbl# »W«i«l 


• rpholsiering. Recovering 

• Cuahions 

• Cpholsiering of any 

specially built furhnure. new or old 


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PniWipt sarvrf-ai 

554 JOHNSON ST. 


IcM VATaX OK XI.ANiOIAKU 
It-. .A ai l. miliata 1 H Ut 
Xmaa IIJ*' Pn la'K XV J-aaai 


««*nt»l<r*' 

('«n*d,an 




rTnEiiito:*!) aio tiur- 


114 ESQmM.VLT RO.vn 
TH. iu.» i.vi-u : • Kynof! 


Iti-T .1 

•Mill iH trfimnia RV ?4m 

U-.T A J'AKKXK -;i Pt:x. oli;k 

M 'I. »ii-. rf I ■ I V .■ ' .Ti 


BKAL i.*TAn: 


BIRTII.S 


ARFLY IH wnrnso TO Tttx 

Personnel Deportment, 

till PAXODIU AVU<LA 
VICTORIA. BC. 


JfPLOMAT 
par ton 
C.VMtRN ■ 


' XOO COAL 117 U 
Au« tirr kint«"-,a 
ACTIVI niKL* LTD. 


PITT Si holt LTD, 

J. WBI.HAM- tTMd 


oautf.iar Hartarat Aim a at«irr m> i i rs In Mvin* nwmufy of tiv krt'' ta'i'rr. pnuftw a/- 

:r7L..i :x"«, "L" .? 

MACDONALD— Born lo Mr an.i a< 1 k-;td in ail hrr *a)t *_*®*^**^ ' * 

Uta Marra* C Hacdenatd. »>l (Jpri^ amt yiM. lo tiw rnd el Urr rA.MOUA OLDK KNUI.AXD IVN 
Dtaart, ai Ro>b 1 Juki)** Rot da; • R>>*cvaci'«» b*ln« ut*n n‘-« 

pitai on Rov t. a aan. CUda Stwarr ■»>! tlM*. m Mr i.rait ami tradiuoi.ai CHruiraaa Dtai rn 
Xinri; a M»th*r lor Puaan and miiW T*a* Unctm. dlnn*ra daiiT, 

Maur**n Thank* to Ora Hoio* Rraulitui mmorla*. Mu* laft i»><.r.1 Waddina i*c*cnlen «u*<iaJU'* loi 
and Dicklnaon and itatt -Alnata --t.nx l»ano«*la fl*ii' mnrirf' 


rvRN nm money i.htrooui- 

iBJ a-naatna Colnf.Y mak>* 
■ r.i'narr TV th<'* up m b*a..uiui 
I'.itr Lav 12 aa prtc* a*lU l:k* 
?'.it t-akra. Tiaa ' 

•nt Mirarx Inr 
N'4 York Cm 


BARGAIN SALE 

No. 1 FIR 
MILL WOOD 

M0K1TY IN.slDK MIXkD WITH 
BARK WOOD 

U* LXNCnilB rA8Y TO RM.tT. 

arsolctcly no ctoar 

0')00 POK AUoAROBND USB. 

2’V CORDS $1200 

3 CORDS $14 00 


A number of vaconcies 
exist in the trade 
of Phofogrpphic Tech* 
n i c i o rt Applicotions 
frem skilled tradesmen 
are now being con- 
sidered. Sec your RCAF 
Coreer Counsellor of 


If 7UU raailr «anl to Aak* 
r»M*r vim ulaiiw* M>uniT in 
It.aaa dan of biOb li«in* toati 
deal Duu tMa ooeoMnnlt*. F*r> 
>-vna: iniarvta* tr«:uii*d CaB 

M*. MarOracur Km'jrat* Haict. 
Wadn>' lUt K«v k I a to to I 

*pin XV «*am. 

>X)H IKIU, — - - - 

rat nradatj, rOKTMAIT * HTQOlO HEQUIKXS 
A;>u4>.mia*ot <a>»>.rr:*oilooi«t for fuU*uint 
>ii.piwr<ntni, pmteua kutinoia and 
•al*« atparimra p.taaaan du'iat 
iti ibdud* *«m* ft'fic* prucaourta. 
a n*a« par«nn who hlf a piaaaioa 
and aaiuro paraanaiiiT witb tno 
•kiliiT lo ta.ai%* and adapt 

J uKktr t<x n«d wart Vtaiuru 
rta* 

KxnVKiXvcxn WAtTRxaa~ roi 


.in VATinvAL oiw;aM2atk<n 

'■Htuirwa 9 tr enardflw »u«*n* 
..." I'ar t-a.«->aar. a;i Iram.n.; 
*u| .u»M Our l>r>w.Mt kaixiio-n 

aan,...* m t'vaaa .u H.«nt • far. 
I'tu.na xvxcni r.r imarvum. 


# A WILKlSHiilt. IM. 'M. ’v:l 
•anrtrw. NtM> ,-Mirk. ntpam. Krw«| 
r.tt maiaa H« M>ni* L V 9-T « - 

cpK~(t»bPERrPU’Vim>U A.ND 
* waim| Kepam fcV ; *X4 L 

Rrw k BLLSYtVQ 

mviptirr: rock blaatinc a\u 

"wm* praakii^ alau alutnii 
kiaaOrj: LJcrrwM and |r.Muwil 

Jun OtJiaapie. Hi*k liRIXM 

BOOPl.NO Avn tN*l1 ttlON 


FINLK.XL 
DIKLC TOILS 


CNGAuEMtLN n 


'AKPKNTF.K -U PAIKIL UTERA 
ikXik flialcra. alatra. lit* and 
aOtonL H r.«ciL XVirtr- 

HOMe KCPAlRS. CABINETS 
tu'i it. Irm-trix. (<iiu>da> U 
AWQ U. EV I 7YJS. 

EAKrtTH i .>0 LLVjlXrM 

ll(R'K|liA.V S 'I'AUPkn' a 
SuvoUmI and xialaUad. Rt 
t.vc TU rami.. » EV J . 

V L TlOOR CEJiTRlL uTO.' 
atumaick. bV -.Ai< 

CXMK.Vr 

*‘ARMKR OiNbH:* c-ni-N. LTO 
iAAliA*>T®IUJ CORCRmc WORK 
erwvni*. OHAJ.VS »:>TiVAT-' BY 
Aj'l’wis rSlkUl' I PUUAb KV MBU 

H A VAMiEHBVl. <7ML.NTANO 
imwou Ulo runtiamur. KUma 


A A ELY GRAY AXNOt'NCBB 

jop caiA pfiica tor rotpJua 

huttahold lian'* ta *alrab1a can* 
dii.iin la Ure* "^ail atanwri* 
X>arun| calU •.l.'ua Ot*at«r VU* 
loi.a il fa.|ar*d. Ptioaa XV 3-lt3l 
or XV t-vie*! 

Haaf»ail<m» U i>4 ia»<n tiw T*a 
dilf-rm: r*.r'frtl-. ilili’.. . i T- '• 
lon-tia*. ti.nn- • U. id.fi.* ♦* 

rriai-4' »;««iai»*i |.^ '2 « » 

' 4 iW)'i>ta Y'lit. .vaita*! In itnt't.''' 
.aaitina aa ii ia<>'*a> ■» mu* >IIK' «nj 

rite I" ll.'*r *" > 1 VI‘' 11 ! 

COACH LINW^ MYSTERY TKlPtl 
fin thla Xunday— an)o* lha rirh 
raUt* ol aulutnn . tm* Imal 
boaut* apo.i •*.'p t* **u» 
t.»a** i*Tm->.ai I V 

pm ’f'u'n a* • A'l.ii*' kl Vi t i.:i 
dron Vm r»..»w> KV VU1L 


WArKISH OKAtOl 
ur i-art.iim* rvuia 

'taiiiiM •i<«t. 

KV 4-n31 or XV 4-7f 


51AIX or FLMALE 
IILLF W ANTKU 


j^yUnatt. 


SANDS 


. AHY LtMITED 
Ou{wi wf Lhimaa." 

‘^cvVtsu 


AI. I. 1 . 

Mcmtiriaj < 
w . ..la ai 

VaiurM a c. 


Dry Shavings 

2 UNITS S6 00 

Fir Sawdust 

DOilBLECCKRCNCU XKOM 
PM. Mt'KK BAY SAWUILIX 

2 UNITS by blower $11 

2 UNITS by bulk $8 

AGRICULIURAL 

SAWDUST 

2 UNITS $6 00 

errciAt. discounts on 
LARCICR OCANTTriES- 


MABKIAGF.S 


ri»RK i:'*TTKK.'l OmWPIPK. 

CLbAKEU RErAlKKD 

EV 3-3915 
Miguel shkm %\>rr\L 

aiU liOL’ULAX KlilEET 


The RCAF Auxiltory hos 
'opening for 

' TY^STS 

ond 

STENOGRAPHERS 

(0 troin os administrative 
Clerks. Ex-Service per- 
sonnel given preference 
For further information 
contoct the Auxthory Re- 
cruiting Officer on Mon. 
or Thurs. evenings be- 
tween 8 ond 10 p m. 

865 YATES STREET 
PHONE EV 2-8211 


LY0N8-WkT80M-Mr. and Mn 
Ro 4 *ri M WauoB. n» Rui- 
Mdt* 84 . annaiuKa the narru«* 
of itMir »ld**t daoahlar. Bar- 
kara B*l«o. l« Mr WUlutn 
■•err Lypoa. aoB of Mrt M 
Lyana and lat* Mr LroOa of 
Caloary AlParia. on Oei 3X. 
I*.l4 In ai Aodtvw'a Calbodral 


SANDS “ 

CBArKL or KCk-r.5 
r'ltunu Miwai ai Cutary Av«euc 
ktlnry. BC Sidacy Ui 

SANDS 

kwr%.RAL CHAPCL or RRATVIER 
t Awubd Cnmork Odwtaal 


RCAF Recruiting Unit, 
865 Yates St , 
Victono. 


29 SITl ATIONS W .ANTKU 

MALK 


UCA1IL9 


CLUB BIHOCCO 
Plnati a<i< jramadAiloQ i 
fuata. dartrina fraa'ini 
dint* rari*mtioP* witn 
•ul ralcrtn* lB«P*<Sina 
Airpi* parhiBO IU7 Vt* 
BV s-aui 


THOMSON 


KNOBLHAROT— IB Victoria. BC 
on - .Nft«aab*r I. laM. Moraan 
Thain Xno«lhardl. at MtB Dal- 
hottflo Straai. ao*d M yaara. a 
aaua* aoa a( Vt*tana.'B«aM*> 

Bia «U( B«Uy b* l*a«** hit 

r arania Mr and Ura Wauar 
naalbardt ot Vlciana two 

•i*.«ia. Mta H B OatapMn* . 

r*Th 2 M. Hra Mary Hunur. both H x <f uadra Strwak 
al ton LeroBBo. Cailtpruia 
ruBorol apfvlcwt will W* hald in 
McCall Brw* ruM-ral Cha»*i on 
Tttaaday, Nav*m»*r 4 al I 9a p u 
lUf J. C Jackum ofluiattna Pol 
Mapd by cr*Bia*.iwD. <tn U*u of 
fiowrri fB*Bwrui l« th« R *4 CroM 
BucMiy. U *8 rnri 8 tr*M , 


YOUNG MEN! 


WANTED JOtia rOR NXXDY MEM 

SALVATION ARMY 

PHONX XV 4 23M 


HOOK1.hu. SIDINU. niSI'LATTaV 
R >>t and UtRlor Rr;«<t4 
CAl'lTVL C T BlOKlNU 
: >j2 o ak ray I:V 94X1I 

wKmo T«rir'Tir»ykB 


See obouf the opportuni- 
ties open to you in 
RCAF ground crew 
Leorn o voluoble trode 
Get poid while you leorn 
30 dovs' onnuol voco- 
lion Don't dclov. see 
vour RCAF Coreer Coun- 
sellor ot 


IS YOUR CHIMNEY 
■ A FIRE-HA^ARD?-- 


PLANNINO A TARTY' WHY RtYT 

I lVT m* a c»il’ 1 ant a ooaUfiad. 

ar«P**B rook ibrnuch oiv *(- 
orianra* •< Chat da parti* I am 
nraparad la ra'ar to vedr paria ar 
- ur *m-iai talhar.na Thuut Wat- 
i ' f Fi.ntr rv 7-n*B 

TRBE •^vfck>TRIT8 AND 
Aiump* r*mo«*d loppinr and 
drubMO Tta* and *wb *or«*< 
'b* Towar ool*» aupobad Tiyr 
aiiimairi rill Lorna B«** 
XV 1-04*9 wr XV 9-llP a 

CARPENTXfT AITD CEMBIfT HN- 
uhar lM4n *1 pr*«#Bl unaoi- 
pl'ivad. Maiitno 10 vnd*r'*ba 
itnall rnniraau (or rarporta *a- 
laar* Tra* a.'imata* na aiUta- 
liwB XV 9-»l7l 

RUlTniXH-JtDfK-^RAXS 
MaitUM amay ITvM yvmr imaamcn 
or yard. 


760 TOPAZ 

rftONX OAT AND NIOJIT 

EV 4-2452 EV5-1812 


if aa N«.w I. «nr lima 
lA Hat* a Kapairad 
All Trpp* at MaMKstv Work 
rra* bl>».*ta*—Tarii;* 


COMHlNrfl PArXR DRIVEB ROU- 
Siam nail* pickup. OM wrak 
fl,:!* rv 4-380* 


raar* , (* * arryir. aw wuuid 
Chuma. 

1*08 VA.M<" Vi.H «TREET 
EV 88 . 

CHAPLIN'S FUNERAL 
CHAPEL 

Klnitt^M l•■«irt*wy 8 rrvu-a 
>81 «» >ailfw Hirpot 

HAYWARD'S 

B l. al Nr.KAi. ('<' LTD 
bBTABUSIIEU Ur. 

.94 BilUL’i.MIO.N >1 b V f-Jkll 

u~ monVmkntal 


H. A. (Sondy) Ormiston 

' W* T*k* Ad*a&t«a* "t No Oo* ' 

I’fwo* IV 4-0777 

LMIMM r SWririM) 4CTR2 

CR^N -CKIMXRY CtCA.NEBS~ 'frlLd 
fkvMaaixht. diiwitpipaa rtoonrd 
and ranalrwd. X«>i n a n • i m u 
EV » i Tft 

COVTR44TOK8 


13 CO.MI.NT* EVKNTS 


UP-ISLAND DRYLAND 
. FIR WOOD SALE 
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY 


MOOSE BINGO 

ENJOY YOURSELF AND 
HELP OTHERS 

ALL PROCEEDS 
MOOSE CHARITIES 

MON., NOV. 3. 8 PM 
at MOOSE HALL 

>13-114 rORT 5T 
AOMtSMlON II M OAMtn 
T»a JackpaU 


UANLXY^Ia VIctorU BC^ on 
October 91. 18&I. Mr* tmnia 

MauNy. aa*d 19 of Bait Hpnba 
liland W.4PW of itaaifa mob- 
l*V 8uirir*d bf on* mhi. Cter. 
•nr* Twwnlrr Vaorauvar nc 
Benriraa al a> .aaorsr* Auali- 
ra .1 Church Qanir* un Uanoa* 
ariarnoon at 9 «.l«ck Van Artb- 
daa<wa O H Halm** atiirlaunN 
la'.armfflt In 8t Mark a Chu-ch- 
yard Hayward a BC Tvoaral C« 
dltrclart. 


!•' >< II 4\IC Ityl lfMKST 
nn' ua l: ,-li»|.- ai), at Vtil.^ia 

II ' I >..■ . 1 . <r« r.i |t V> l» 

v"f .. .4 I*,.. Cl- It Itctaa* C'«i<mia. 

« I, ?lrf ..I .• 

an-i f.wi uff»r* Aj'iij u-fur* .N«* 
•• i> rr*. • ■ 4T»n s.-r>wr 
l.wnmiiiva. R.«vn *‘l. >«» Fadarmi 
lUi'-t 14 1.3 m 0 •x lnmarT lkrw<1 

Vii*"Ma. UC 

> T1E»: Kfidsr .’VNI)” OfU^ pi 
.-.wiiliwtahla hotn# hr nympankm- 
m II. vidrrlv vntlaman wnji* »if* 
wriit. Rat'ahl* hr prrwinnar. After 
IdM pm. i:s- 94 UQ. 


PRUNtNO rCLLlNO AND BAW- Nn I |h»«ala« Mr IMrk bark alkbt 
ina Danearoa* traat ramnard mitad -lib blmk*. 

Chamiaw X Ctrlaeo XV 3-dtU . 

M4tiiiM.<* 21^'i CORDS $12 00 

aTr ELKCTRJC. AirTHfihlZClJ cnC/”‘IAI DOKIC PvDV 

H iaiiygr mca. lUtfwri XV 9-9«9» SPECIAL BONE DRY 

FIR WOOD SALE 

HAND PICKED 

1 Cord $8 00 

2 Cords $14.00 

Dan. EV 9-3834. om. BV9-im 


Former Construction 

lU -ir Uaimninetd EV **J8U 
Krvmpl Smvkw 


RCAF Recruitina Unit, 
865 Yates St . 
Victorio. 


unrci uHABS a IT 
RoUkbia BorMew. EV >1898 anyumo 


.MURTIMF. K» M..M MF.inAI. 
WmIu. LK* Hi uovirt Sl EiL 1«77 
d<-rtini*ru m ■ r k t r a niromka 
» ow pi*«Jta marbio. miuia and 
**i>n* for nrwpiBBai I’BW'iif 
WrjrTbr otc. f»hima XV9443 

VtCTURU MumiMEMT LIMITED 
-Mvm*4ial* •« DMilnria*i'' 
vm IXIUlHJUl »t EV 98AM 


18 * B tATHINO AND Otlir- 

_ latiDd «anirartar» Pba&a for 

Irw as* add )ab* Oaiiar* (fnrai. 'M m aaiimai*, d*r ar niah’ 
itapa laUUBo plaater and itweca URP*>M< 

^rmnj_^a«^V 4.IU8 'HllMr RF.PiURX^D MAXONk^ 

BXIC7TIVT a YEARA OT ACD UoKX OK ANY .VATIRK KAI 
with ronoidarabio nnan'ial and Ha NALOl CCLtHTRUCnUR EV»-9a4. 
duitiiBl repanenro d««tf«a poauion. 
vwlona rma. Dm ITft. 


M CL0NO-r<n a Bflrato bnpU 
ul Ut Victon*. B.C.. an N«. 
b*nb*r L 18M. Babarl W*»t*y 
MrCIvnx foroMf**- af Caltarv 
A.'ia . aiad XT f**r*. born la 
Cray coiiaty. Oniario. a raat* 
8 *nt ar Vlrtarla alac* ttj) Bur- 
bhert hv ana dauthiar Mri K 
M iPtmac*) AUunaaa. af 
Vanraaver; thraa aon«. Paul H 
of Vaocouvor. kfork of Ottawa 
and Haraca of Yirtorla. nina 
trandrhlldran and naan tr**i- 
xrandfhUdiwn. Ha waa prada- 
r«*Md bv hla Wif* Nall* Ur- 
Clunf. lb B*tvt . (Ml 
Kuneral i*r*ic*« will Ha ha'.* m 
M*'Call Broa flonl Punatal Ctia- 
pat an T\t*><lay Not, t at J 19 
pm R*f r O OrUtlih* and 
Rav A I Atary nfNil«lli.* lA- 
i*rm>nt in Bn«*l Oak Burial 
Park. 


J7 l»K4)FHSSlONAL 
BCKVICEH 


FEMALE 
HELP WANTED 


ELrCTBiiLkSIS 

NAIH REMuV’TU PEHMANENTLY 
V I e I 0 r I a DaetrUyata Omra. 
KV 34BU «7S Campbell RuildirMl 


X \SAPl CONSTRUenON CO BCCT 

IM(n*. Maa» Mta uno Bio ■uaraBioo, 

WAU. MfRAlA PAINTINGS IN XV MXli 

*•«• An nnimoJ O'nauna* *.f* at «-ifWpa a~?r 

fMcro* Jmkina. HOZ.1E Jt,KcAIHlL OUTTEHW CE- 
^ mard matT^ma E»*w XV 4-Ma 

in” amvirka ACME UECURATURX XMALLRK 
'.mai i fri. .tuct u. ptaoterin, EV9 5D3 

V 3-ijM iiRr.wnu thl.Nii 

Oa'rDBNXR MRAPM” crRTAlX.S MA?>R TO 
*!'"• maaiure Hoaiunabt* raJe*. 

■’!*■ _ KV _ 

MAKINO. DK8IONINO AND RK- 
modalitno al an* larmvnl HiAm 
of Xn ilan d. <11 Port 

8AVX UOrfXT UODXRNtEX YOUR 
wardraba oav Par allrratloiM aad 
dreatmaklno pbao* XV b-ldW. 


HOCBXKnPBR REQUIRED BY 
widower aod chlldrea. >-dav week. 
B-b Otanar opttona). a»ad*ra hama 
and can«antanr*« in Lok* Hill dla- 
trui Oil* lull parilCDlaia in ap- 
plvaitao. and ttai* approilmaia 
talary .r«p*ciad Viriaria Pr**a 
Ani not 

ATTRAfTIVX opportunity” POR 
lotalbiant wbman 3>-lt Muit 
liar* oivwl panenilitr and appaar- 
■nca Por inirr>’irw anpl* d*«b 
•t Domininn Hioa. U* H Tl 
UttacR. Mon 18 a m 3 p m or 
1 7 p m. Tua* if • m ot 9 pm 


Islond Fuel Supply Ca 


FUIKI.STS 


ISLAND FLORIST 


DRYLAND 

Guorontced 100% Fir 
Inside Fir Blocks 
Big Thick Bork Slobs 

• Inm^l.-bad L- ftlm.nM'a Mnd.>*t 
•n.l iu>.u«'i i; ontU** tuer*n- 
•aad water in wwier Rmiatv hC 
■mmryfiaW u*v Thi« wiavl i* htthip 
■ ••mmrn>in 1 i"f lunwrr, nrar4»r# 
and biiriifn raaxa. 

2 Cords $12 

2 Vi Cords $13 

Dryland 100% Dry 

FIR SAWDUST 

nuB'an'rad year muml Miimie, 

3 Urwts. Blower, $1$ 

. 2 rxiTs. m i.K Sa 

For Ouolity ond Service 
Phone Sooke Fuel Co. 
EV 2-2211 or EV 3-8925 


,18 tAlVd 87 CMKATOHX 0> 
t»ltfllM"llVr KloHAt 'i:ilA>*-F 
ri'H ALL OLTASION^ 
Tv-r Kil»;:4- K ara KV 

BROWN'S THE FLORIST 


fl8 A Yal ae bV )»9S 94 H-ufa 

.H9 PEKSONAr.S 


r.xptRiPNcro 


UmiHinR PAINTING NIGHTS, 
•rehifw]* U 1 W 4 M rai*«. Rateranrai. 
KV rail* 


LOWKMa KOI. KVRRV (CCAX1<*N 
411. V'lKV STI'RKT 
BV4-8XU irV4«U 
Nl«|.- KV 4-3921 


YOU CAN HAVE I 

FUN 

AT THK IfADASBAIt 

Bozoor ond B>ngo 

Sala af handicrafu. tradiuonal 
Inodk eonifd beef, cbt-vaocaka. 
buntrtak*. real dilia Admlaaioo 


A PIRU WtT|l AN OimTANDINO 
reputaiMD tor ••■>* eamro baa* 
a permanent appnrlunlty wuh 
fiealbt# howra A«* 38-k9. ApMv 
V winna Ptaai B*» 848 


OUAH>la Vloldria BC aa Oc- 
tober 31 IIM Mra Quan Lee. 
aietf 88 veara. and a reeiUam 
bf Vtetoria far the m*! Ihra* 
rear* Aba leavoi bor buabaod 

81 hOBM. 

Punerwl aervirw* win 8a H*>* 
In tba Banda Mortuary Umiiad. 
' Memorial Cbapal of Chimea. ' m 
Manday. Hov I. 1*91, ai 3 p m 
R«e C. T. Ctww afficiatlM In- 
trrarai la Bnyal Oak Burial 
Park 


TRUST COMPANY 

wxQumxB 

Ineom* Tat Offlear with kuowt- 
*d|* of peraaaal and eaUta In- 
c«so las rrturoa. Arrualosad la 
neetint public Apply t* awn ' koUSIXKBPKR. LIVR IN LXOHT 
haadwiillni. atatioj ■■parted , dutma. Malhar wnrbine Bolt 
•elary, U VKlana Praet, Boi'iinole Rirl. Np nkhi babr-iit- 
138- I lino 108 net maniH. Yirtoria 

|Pre»e. Rot 19M ■ 

YrWMO MAN WITH JUNIOR ilOointEx'PEH POR XTOOWKR 
inaitIcultUwn to train •• a rhar- . tn miintr* home all modern con- 
lerad acrouDiani in laral char- 1 •'tnieneea Ooed heme tor r'Rht 
lered airenniaot firm pjtaM paMcm Ol*e foil parii.-ularf fii*l 
rent* be laller M VklorU Prau. ' N’»ar Ylctnrla Praaa. B»e Ub 


Royol Ook Buriol Park 


Your Health and You 

Public Laetura 

CHRtXT CHURCH MCkfORlAL 
HALL. *13 Vancouver 8t 
THUREDAT Novroiber • I b m 
Speaker -Mr Prrd J Hart Pr*M- 
OenL National Haalib Prder^ioo 
rickei* *0< al both H«aUh rued 
titorea and at the door 


Mi'NiriPALLV OPERAT15D 
Ku'iire nrni piida «« rredh. 
i-p i„ Ml . mund 11 A.4 reouir 
Call GK »t;u f-ir litrlhrr Mnn 
IML 


nrsiNRw 

I’KB-SONAI^ 


14 ANNOl.'NCKMENTS 


BateraimU and yard* 


_ . WESTLKH KLOOH Ca 

^uun^a »-,u. aKwrm r.me. PXU.rO. WOOD CUT. U ompl.ia OiM aarvwt 

’ . ■ . . — 1 pruiiinf. XV*-d*4l afier » p n. ( 1 ^- 

PART-TIMK KRCRF. TARIAL' . .««« .-TTr: ' Lh„ 

dutiea dorlnr'a ’iffire Apply in nwn rmST - CLASS PAINTER, f REE eaitw 
heivlwrHInc •'e'lnf *^r% ,a»allahlr rwumalae. KeMmaidr KV 4 9l3i. 

so SITUATIONS WANTED aTl 

OreHWARirXK REQUIRED 4 rTMArF IV <; 

houra per day Apply in pereoa ^r r.^ftl. 41 . 

*®»®*"* I MIDDLI-AOED imuLIffH W10- ,olri«’'\'#»»abilahail iPAI, 

Hutiaw* Bay ca wouM riaan widowat a bame i,|jkk8 BORH 

OtRtJl RCQUIRBO POH fUnUtr <««* evenib* meaU 9 or 3 , ... . . 

drire-in ra«tnur>n( Anpfv Rwreer um*a a week Refertneaa. Vic- uua 8 8EKV1CR, Wl.Hl 
Rama 1818 Dnuola* 81 Monda*. lorta Preu. Bni ilN .n« iwir. md ra iMitw n 

_. AU. rYPtr~07~PL00M XX- 

NICK PIlAmCAI. PEMON TO petti* rieanad wntmi and 
Mp In home, laai rhudren. Oak Ithed b* marhlDa. Homei 
Raj' nr R'e kland: Uva bt or owL aptcUli* Ortdta. iaiab 
EV3.fTTt 'XVi-Mll 


IDEAL FUEL CO LTD. 

WOOD — WOOD 
Wood Free • Free Woo» 
DRY CEDAR 

Ouaramrad l?” Lane bod riaea. 
MAULINO CMAROXa ONLY 

3 BIG CORDS 5.25 
2 CORDS 4 15 

• D8YBOHUY 

Bar N'na WNte tl taaU. 

384 Daetd St « 

RY 3-4839 Ki>> XV 9-84I8 


COACH UNXB MYBTIHY TRIPS 
XnJo* warm, lutucy ndino in alr- 
condiuonad cuachM Bee local 
urnuiy a|M)l'. each f*jnday aner- 
tMon 1188 ta 8«y M*' Laava 
lerminai 83f 8tuu«btan I 90 pm. 
taioAi al 9 Adulu 91A8. chUdxco 
7>c. Phon# XVs-4411. 


,NOBTllW»TKMN SBCI KITIBS OK 

XL*N»B POU8UINU VICTORIA. LTIL 

. I'KS UK KUXiRH EXPERT L,..OI.Yalae flrewt_yiclMi 1a 
leaned, rmaaa aiM putiabed by EV Xril 94>^^PtMno Sendee 
maihiba* . Jfnmaa out WATCH A.ND* JKWKIJfY 

— ^ rcnalra PrX«i owded and alt wiiTti | 

R 0 RIL 8 uMienieea Men ••rdan nnieniw'*| 

, _ .r aitended W, ». W Pmiwta Ltd I 

UUA S SEKVICB. Wl.HUUW ULAZ- lea, IKaitUi dirwm ‘arniM hui.-. . 
.ng iHir. lead n tMitw e<C I'nimpL Mdy'tK I’tkew EV l-7tU 
re,m.r.bla. H cyaad ^ ^u^vtA?4Cf PMnRE EvT«M8 ' 

OLNNMITH p pet ctlL Anywliara tn itrwaler 

VtCtoriA Aaauciatad Ambttibaae 
ervtra. 

tmitv^^ACi’' 


ATTRACTIVB OPPORTUNITY POR| 
utuiiueoi man 9S-M. Mu*i hatai 


utuiiueoi man 9S-M. 
enod per»<mam* aad apoearaMa 
Par iniarvtaw bpoi* d*«k at Obmip- 
Inn Hotel Mr if R LlMack. Mon 
18 am. 9pm ar Ip* Tuea 
Id a m or 9 P m 

L X A D I N O WHOI.RSALXR RB' 

J uirea yMiti man baiveea 18 aad 
* year* okT with tale* and aftira 
•■P«il*nra. Apply Victoria Pr«ta 
BO^IIM 

w'AjrftD — PRAMINO CONTRAC- 
lor in dn CramJif for buiUinf 
contractor. Vvetoria Praaa. Boa 
13M 

WANTED xrMl-RXTlRXp BOOK- paRT-TlMt DENTAL A8II1BTANT 
keeper fur iruckinx Apply alaUnif 1 - . . 


laiheh- aixiliarv to the 

8nn» of Nhiway tan. Wedneada*. 
>o*etnper a. 1-4 pm 3ic Narwey 
llnuaa. lUa . HlUaldC. Uuma conk- 
ina aP’ona 

OARbxN CITY UNirrO rKURcil 
Carav Hd At.naal Baaaar Wed. 
Nor. k 3 Dili Man* iniereotino 
•laiU piaa home cooktna, after- 
n-Mtt tea No It bua 

D ' tub” WOMV.S S BKSXnT A.SHO- 
....Hbn lieeirw No I. 8a**»r 
N' artt Ta ^ M.rvUy anrrniain. 

' 9l> p m , in Orancf Hall. 


-«V J-I4?r 


INDIA TO WANT AD llliLlDLNGS 

OnaailKaii-' < Claaa 


Uaaaincaitua 

Nm 

Acraap. bn warn 


KXPRKT OUNSMITH XBRVICIt • 

H..taim »Ba UVI H'<iad KVM4^ 

«4lltaM>>«4K|M 

“t^kku.s heauty salon 
H air SUHM Spaeibliate : 
*0* Cwurinry Mreel _ kVa Ml, 

dklr puctj^iiMB NSW 

lUeauiy. <0 0 Pa ndunu XV 

iToirr N I o N HAUUJRr.«lN0 

1 ^ bomtnhm IMaL KV 8-4U8 

I lANlMCAriNO 

I UNDBCAPlNa L A W N B. ROCK 
-.jwurlt irwe aarvtea. Kr*j nUmatea 
l8|EafUM Canaan. EV I dffi, 

7# EXPERT liKKIOINfi LANII8CAP 
Imi euMtmeiwv Laws apm-Miiiala 
— iiudcwurk. Barker KJ 94331 


•Tanau . 

KUi- and Apia. 

Wamtd _ 

► n. 

e-ubytaia 

• wwtai UiractKa 
Uardan aivp.Mi , 
Uaiii niMee and 
OCfkwa w Ra>t 
duirl.. 


i>rvlenah<nal 

Sl^vMee - 

iVrumai umaa .... IM nail 
feu N' artt 

Prwtmnj Warned . 188 Rvv. 

I'rbiwny lui .taM 194 733 Cmiruiair V- Duur pruaa etc. 

i£m^^ S WOMXlTt ”oUTU>.~BT.^ 

R.aeaa Wantnl iZI' Anallran Church, will ha 

Siluniluna Waidad,- ; aaar Wed No* t. 9 ta 
Mata INI In tba Parub HalL 

^'Kimal* ri'ri'MMAGK SALE. XT- Ut 

»». Wedfinday .veni 
A«*flla 1X7* _ 

Hemota 1^ rHATKLACNB CLCn PI 
» l(.^Ann• Kali ra*bX«< 

■ a Niiv. 8 9 pm VWCA. Dm 

and TraHeft l5t iJr v _ 

Wai4w .Mala it*lp ft rucULISM IS ROkikUNll 
WafWeh KWenaia ' ln‘«lia MorrM LI'I* naia-n 

Rp|« .. « » ihe memher, itwak at 

Weniad tm Wed -^rv. 8 at 

'^h'^ ** ill ! R 1^4 m' a'o X BAI.X TICTuRIA 

Waiuad IP Kant ‘‘Curltna Ctnb 18»3 Onidr* ai .- 

HtarwiUMma . UI'BaUirdav No* I ai ■ am 


'UM BAi.RS AMD 
Comniri* rrpairi He 
Jy* will rat) an yen It 
Phone OHI-tai4 


SPECIAL 1 CORD SALE 

Hand Pleki..| 17 Drtlarvf Duel 18 
K*lr Nfver m nmur Raaw w.elta 
amt aiaib Alan t«inediY Wu4. any 
Obrdeni hind Immadiata d«iiv*ry 


KXPXRIBNCEO CLKRE-8TKNOO 
rapher wiehee fuIl-Hma eBola*. 
m*Bi Pbooa XV 9-7tM afui 
8.38 p m 


1 CORD $ 7.00 

2 CORDS $13 00 

HILLCRESTFUEL 


rnmtneorine Darember Pleaae eive ' 
ae* eduraUan. a»d aakfUal atatM ; 
io Viaior'a Pr««k. Bi" 1388 | 

MIDDLE -AOED TTOlirA H AS I 
hwmeKrepar tor efdeily roovit. 1 
tira t*. .* mowUd y. BY 9-0% _ | 

CAPABLE WnUAtT P^'cAfkB OP 
4 ehOdrro in my bnaw. Ura ta 
prefetied pben* OR 8 - 18 X 1 

tVpRRTXNcrh WAffncBB roii 
■aa«t houai Split ahlli. Phone 
BV 9-8831 af'er I 8 M 


l(i*>tn* lu 1 -m 8 
(Siuaeitwpint 
HoNfia n>en«mi 
Nmia* tw Kent 
K'wnuahM .. 
B«uara W’aalad 
lu Reni 

H»uar« hd lata . 
il MefTMTiain 
LlaUnxi ^nrafia 
umirub wan'ad 
L>«t and rvind . 
Mania M*« 

M a’-Hlaneiui 18 
Ren* 

Mw*'* w an««ma tax 

Sate .... 

MiM-elUnmoa 
Wanted 


HAIR OOODB. W10B 
Toupen Curia. Bratdi 
Ranaon Co 788 Doaamuir Btreel 
Vaoroueer I. BC 


£a/w and Tnalia 
WaMod - 

CwMAt <««n(B 

Cwnry tmenea 


Dava-KV 48niS-Ki*«- 


niR KEPAIR SERVIl 


FULL MEASURE 

Rich Clan Dryland Mtliwond . 
IW Corda ItN 

9 Corda _ ..I13M 

FIR SAWDUST 

Bulk anl* IH mill* — iXM 
Brempi aad CauHdeui Bertie# 
ATOM LVMBIR CO. 

118 texolira;' Road 
XV 3'IXII and I l-3t4t. *vab. 


Xdixalkm k. 

Ei«ai*we"l8 
Xyr«M»«* Ke*J 
crate , 

Xerm« he >**0 
and Wkwad ^ ^ 
n«.« «Mt Ap*a •• 
KMt fumiahed I9i 
fia'a Apt* RPtw 
Unfundahad IS» 


RP^iR 


a.EAN RCLtABLP. LADY WILL 
ear* m* rMId anairKt SW ne ntde* Hi 
, my hniw. O day. RV 4 tm. 


POR CHO.DRKN IN 

MW m TYr-a*c3 


•ANY B l I TK B. OLDM WOMAN 
preferred. Cook-CI**erdala area 


POR Bill tiEITlRNB 
AND SMAU OUTLAY 

cTsa GtjiltBtpiBn ana 


WItX>W WOULD U1CX WORE BY 


WANT TO BE RICHER? SELL YOUR 'DONT NEEDS' FOR CASH WITH A WANT AD 


IIOUHXWORE 

BV 

DAY 

OR 

hnur Victerta 

Preu. 

Bo« 19*7 


rmu> 1 AKX 

DEKKNOAUIR 

Hr 

iiouriy. Mr* 

Kul>t 

XV 3 Ilaa 



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1. 

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«1 mU)TNG RITPUES 


TV TALK 


In RER.V 10 1 HC HOU*E W 
06TCcnve« sunknoer / 
oetMANc; 'm* HAS sEoffO 
|(RRV A« A «H«UV 


WOOD AND SAWDUST 


.STEWART & 
HUDSON Ltd 


BLOCKS AND LARGE 
SLABS 

TrurAttf. Iroa vp-ltUafl, 

it* kat& 

Cords _ 12.00 
2 Cords U .OO 

THICK BARK 

2Vb Cords 17.00 

EXTRA SPECIAL ON 
2.3-FT. WOOD 

2 Cords 6 00 

SPLIT WOOD 

OeoT tat Kih«aB iUBCt 

216 Cords _ 12.00 


SHMS BI ILDBRS* 

KtADQUARTCRS 


Vf.Sf'LR 
WRVICE, 
MART IS 
' sTAP/^lLD 
TO 

•EC’:':iNi?E 

A ‘■i:nTY 


1 Cord .*^^..$6 50 

2 Cords -....$12.00 

BONE-DRY 
HAND-PICKED 
FIR WOOD 

1 Cord 8 50 

2 Cords ....... 1 6 00 

FERTILIZER SAWDUST 
. 2 Units 6 25 

6 Units 18 00 


tr *J3 . puttuii. tacit 

toxir xi-U’. cuutnjn. Mdi 
iA xlT sla'. cutUnca. aarh 
tf 'slO' vU ". SyKicanl cuia 
taxMxS Dae. 

MO atieau 

Ui thaeta or mora ......... 

KxMk>. San4c«. 

t lO thaatf 

ilfi «haeu er nwt 

aSti-AKS aamM. 

lao ahar<» 


kI Srlpnc' edm’s 

i \ »**rlP* tifsci 

— nn*r<» Jhan twu^ Ihr 

*‘(lvr and 6. 

8.00 Ert Sullivan 
('yS hr*sts .Sam 
- ■ ^ Saif Ijikt* i'llv Tahr'. 

'' psrle Choir and l>ua<»|| 

/ ainrcra 2. 7 and 12t 
• ) • / Sirvr Allon h»A Jane 

J n»i<.eoR Mike Nichols 

■ ] I and Flalna Mav and 

yT (li-orcf Mrlanchrlno as 

"■* I 

‘'nn Sid Caaaar 

“Korjel the atraw vote re- take* nvar the firat of 

turna. What'v Ihr Trendp* m-n phn\ca filling In 
on my TV »p^N*rh Ia>I while ^inah Shnro la 
nlghl?" .-nvav— 4. I 


»«9S»s Rajtct Stdnvgod. 
1-tO ahMU 
U aiMtit or mar* 
UtcHttV kcjact Trtitfwall. 
MO altatit 
10 tltaat* cr nuirt 
rSaMvS R*iac< Weklitx 
I-IO ih*«i ..... 

10 thMU or mora 


IDFAL FUEL CO. LTD 

CV} ttn ia« OvrM ■( BV3 }•» 


I'M VERY «ElF*CON9ClOUS 
WITH evERrtJNE WATCHING. 


1 WISH ' 
>t?U'P STOP 
KISSING ME, 
MR.A 8 ERNATHI: 


HOW then. 

where 

WERE WE? 


Cedor Shoke Speciol 

.Arwititr aMitmani n( Nil 3 grada 
■irtaitd cMur tnakca •> mu'htna 
jenxivad. Pprcuiun adgaa. U long, 
tdtal lot wailt gang**, gablet, etc. 
Iran be rented nr itaJttM. 

Rundia *> vvr« M ig. tt. .. gl 7| 
Thtt u m per 1 ran w). ft. cover* 
age at li-inch expotura. 


WHATS 

WRONG. 

MV 

DEAR? 


SOOKE FIR 
MILLWOOD 


ISEB 

WHAT 

YOU 

A^EAN/ 


.Sundav’s Sport 

11.30 — Pro haiikrtball. St.“tnUY<i Hawke* v*. Cin- 
cinnati RnyHl« 1 . 

12 15— Cnlloao foiith.nll, M'a*hinRton v*. O^c^on — 5. 
13tl— Pro loothall. DrtToit Lion* ns. 'Frisco 49'ers> 
—7 and J2. 

3.30 - Roller dri by. Hnioklyn Rod tVvUa vs. Xau 
York ChieN 5. 

4.00— Collcffc foothnll Washington Suite vs. UCLA 


Slobs and Blocks 


2 Vi Cords 


4 C^rds 


Television for Sunday 

ftrarramt tabitcl U Urt-mlaaU ibaaget br tUileat eaaferntA 


4.30— Bowline. Bill Bunefa va. Joe Krlstnf — 5. 

Sunday s Movic.s 


Volue ond Variety 

From our lumber j-artf It will 
vou '0 look ONW our bargama 


1 .30— Cry llavnc <drnmai. Ann S?othern— 5. 
ZOO— Stolen Meniity 'drama*, Fiancis Lederer 


Farm* aa^eMur* 
pj- T'^ ill Man 
The 


Communtty 


l.rntuipbria 


l.lWft. 

tm 

I’tXib relact loreet itding ....liVOO 


FiR SHAVINGS 


Comm. ft'tfiMiioa 


230— The Bra.sher Doubloon i mystery). George 


r\.» «iw ilbtjiin 


Montgomery— I. 

330— Adventure in Washington (dramaL Virginia 
Bruce 11, 

4.00— At Swnrd’*> Prdnl 'dinmal. Comel Wilde— 13. 

7.00- The Btg Knile tdrama). Jack Balance. Ida 
Lupfno — 6 

7,30 Mexican Spnlire Goes West icomedyl. Lupe 
Veler— 13. 

900— Undercover (war dr.imal. John Oements 


Newt 

inc Lit* 


Relif T«n*n Hail 
■weirh f,.r Hcaltft 
farm f<irutit 
ftig Piilur* 

Krvie«. Stxina 
Ibu I - -aU 
llw- 

Pro FooUaUl 


ftretaed erxinum} .... 
isS economy T and 0 

M wonomir boarOa 

t«> oronotnir boattlt ... . 

aretard reitar ecaaomir ..{^<10 
4mted ecunotny ...... IK; OQ 

ft. dreuea bemlock, 

MR !«•) 

7x1- ID ft. firetaed hemlock. 

MR ....Htra 

IxS Premium graifc ihjpUp . I4*'i) 
iNX Premium graite thiptep tuni 
BARCALNS W i-FT. UtNCTHS 
ira I i«o 
ft ft 

lx* ana Witter tearSt. S'. H cr-OO 
In* T awl Cl .It tULiiO 

txS aiding common, r 14 IXI«Q 
>4 dretaed redar f . |4 gSloO 

•M. • dreated iir-hemlock. m U«? 
A4 % lyeaaH lir-beml'irtt. m. 3Se 
7N« I dreaaed fir— Aemincli. ea. ftle 
.•X*. * Ireaaed ftr- hemlock, ra 40r 
lUa r dreaaod fU^-htmloch. m. SOe 


Tiua It (be Life 
U«A t n anu Li%* 
Lamp I’nui Feet 
lanirra rnrvr 

.'Tewwecu. f.jotball 
lb» r.fc.iNill 
PTM F'.»<4hail 
Piu FouthoU 


Tble u 

<Mrn* 

I'W FoolbaU 


L?( Ra\iew (1M1> pu. 
uia^ t.U< I baaiM Piti Basketball 

Her* and Tlwre i Pro’Baabeumll 


>'K Review il*ts> 

(jiBid Ule Tbeaitc 


rh* Cftrtatoonen 
fatih (or Today 


EMPIRE 
FUEL LTD 


H' FootoaU 


• iuiiu Nol UuUty 
|C.<uiHni Caierxlar 
|juia„r .M4«a»u* 
Junee Ma<ax>ne 


tat«'i.Oar 

.lur.4 Maaujne 

Junxr Magaurw 

CHiarp • forum 
Hmagc 
Mh Lemury 


iv-C PKtura 

.M>vie 

M.1VM 


i>p«! Healing 


Ci'iaen* Fitfum 
llrriiage 

tbta la u» uta 

uiaai* 


Pro rcK'**! 
Pro FimUwU 

ri*i:<m ii-c' 

the Crvaadet 


Pro F->)naU 
Pro l.'.otatl 
Pro f'u>eti*n 
MorM' 


Liberar* 

■>rai Roberta 

M..klo 

.VLnic 


Rniler Demy 


na PAtrooRA A*r& rv s*t4it 


•Vent Maaauiw 

(andM h>c 
Gaiewai t to MirM 
,air*a.( ti- Mifid 

Oeeeni'wr Bride 
Shimtun# 
bd bui.nan 
Ki Hti iiian 

W-gld'aAaga 


Newa MteailM 
.rw» .Mu»K 

■ ;aimav» to Ml 

Ga(r«a>* ii> Mi 

M-ite 

Mi-'ie 

M'.vm 


:^-p.rt* Club 
Nmt'eur H.«r 
aenall Wurld 
iin Ceniurjr 


Spurtt Qub 
Amateur lltmr 
I Line Lucy 
.Mrttc 


'*11 
Cer*nona 
V '. <-e> ai sea 
Sterna 

I Led Three Livet 
AniuB tfwa'rr 
Oemofl Runt-idi 
I da Lwpmu 

Han Benmd tladge 
- IVvioc 

startm Sana 
Movie 

Millie 

M.»»* 

Movja Hewa 


Lift* Kantfry 
■*>0 King 
fttiim* and Allen 


Muvie 

Vwe* if Calvary 
A ^ Alle n 

TV DlgeM 

Nlcivie 

.M.>iie 

Movi e «endt> 

sTim 

Movie 

MovM 


SAWDUST 

—COARSE FIR- 

SAWDUST 
DOUBLE SCREENED 
FIR SAWDUST 

The Seat CXwne Plr Bevduat In 
lean Oeiivrred m i*e unU tola 
ftr ftult ar Slower 
The price la aood for tbit duality 
coarat Hr ta«4u*t 

Jute ohonr SV 3-3tJ3. 


10 30— Odd Mah Out idramA*. James Mason— 4: 
Sword of Venus ihi-stoiical advrnturp). Dan O Herllhy 


veber ot betAnfi 
V M Paf*«ge 
*<ev* Alien 

birve Aiim 


Ynu Atked (Ct It 


LatM 

laik Hrnny 
r.d buUnan 
e<l SuUivan 


Mi.iinneire 

Jaeli Benre 

E4 •uiliian 

tUI nujitinn 


MtietVii 
.Mavei i.k 
Lawman 

Myaey Spuune 
I r»''Xirter 
1 ‘re-' unter 
.Vrwa Unvte 


10 3.>— Rememhrr? icomedyl. Robert Taylor— 5. 
10.45 — Pin-lij) Girl (comcdyi. Martha R.iy^— 12. 
11.15— Action In ihc North Atlantic 'w-ir drama* 
Humphrey Bogart— 2; .Big Hou.xc. U-S.A. (gangsiorsi 
Broderick Crawford— 6 . 


:nivati 


. Jhnee 
UliMh Siyira 
L'l- ’’a kuung 
Moll* 

M..VI* 

Millie 

M.iiie. Hew* 


Aicid * lUee . 
fuht.M w Ida 
G M 'niea're 
U M. Thntrc 


lie Tbeaiie 
Alfred Hi ih 
PU nrti 

What't 


(Irealeet Sii>rMa 
<.C Theeira 
*ea Hunt 
New* Movie 


G M fheetr* 
'■ M Tl.eeire 


ly LioeT 


NAILS— SPECIALS 

tWlh duelitr tntlitiHnad*: 
handy aoiiart cwiom. im ita., 
unly ni |A 

S.45S5T .YRRMS <m Bt'tLDlHO 
fOB HOXIK IMPROVB* 
MBHTS I'p (o 34 iMnthe la rapair. 


liaw 

IJJ* . - 

It'd ' NIiwm 

lUB ‘M.itia 


Nfw». 


Mo«* 


N»iwi SI 0 VI* 
Movie 
M'lvie 
.Movie 


.Mdvm 


M-rtl* 

Movie. .Newt 


iMondav s Ilislili^hts 


IDEAL SAWDUST 
FUEL CO. 


Television for Monday 

Freiremt t«b>eel I* lB*|.mieeie rbaeiet by tlalieat een<eraed. 


3.30 — Open Hou.se shows the first of a three pari 
series on Angoln, AlMca— 3 and fi. 

8.30— Bold Journey tells the story of a loneymoon 
voynge through the F*ac'fir-5. 

n.OO— DHnny Tliomaj ha* trouble with memos— 2 
and B 

9.00— Voice of Firestone is all devoted to highlight* 
from the opera “.Momson and DellUh” with Rise 
Stevens and Brian SulU -an — .5: Desilu Playhouse with 
a drama about a proud Puerio Rlran law>er— 7. 

H.SH-Jark Paar lH* 0 lns txvo weeks of shows from 
Hollywood, with Bob Hope. Ben Blue. GeneNlevc* and 
Charlie Weaver- 4. 


STEWART & 
HUDSON Ltd 


pRtaro LOOS 

Dumped m drtveeav 190 |}*M 
I4« 43PM BV anrttiM 


Bomb oftv tr-AUJBB puk riAa 
piae* I aerd |ig t mmi* ui 
O K INiel .SP Tnp AA tV 4-2488 

81 BUILD’l.VC SI PPU^ 


4ra GORCS ROAD 
RVJ-3ia eV2.3|]2 
Open All Day Seturdayb 
l/«a at Free Parking 


3 P Pairtwe 
\ . . I..A Nr*a 
Lov« id .Nj.iney 
Iftay Ywui tliimh 


-Nunrue *einv>ti'r 
Cart VMM 


T'day 

.»«gfi-Kr-Ml 
IirXM,!* iliutf 

i‘rire 1> High) 
I'lCveniralem 
tn Im iMHUh 

(I CmiM BtTu 


. ■>« -f Miner 
la *<rinui Vie<vtnt 


AOhur (kMftve 
I 'P .e ilar 
Love ut Dt* 
IWi* Vrialt 


A/ihur Omliiry 
Hoyal PiaytvMaa 
i. V* iS Lite 
Wmrie 


M wM 

Da) ;« Onirl • 
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Doug should be tied up 
the next time you're in, 
osk ony of our friendly 
solesmen. Tficy'll be 
hoppy to help you. 

Doug suggests 
An extro specol while 
they tost , . . 

50 sheets only. 4x6x^4 
Knotty Pine Plywood ' 
per sheeT , $13 20; 

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VERY OWN UOUBEWIPB. 

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CABINCr THIS CABINET HA- 
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WITH ARBOBITE BLACK 
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mom AND BIDE* THIS VNn 
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See You This Week 

Remember— ' 

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HOHNER MARCHESSA 

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NOW $195 

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USED APPLIANCE 
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ta Your Bait Ouaraniat 

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R, UKE NXW 91*. ORJI UARr'tB DIBTRIBITTORB 

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$125 ••• j^»®9P>»d Bank, 91$ Doug. wOOlI.RN Rt'O. MAYTAG 

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EFT”*IN WAL.Nirr^BXItSTXAn.i 


FOR BAIX PIANO ANO BYNCM CAST IRON HOT WATfN HfAT- ttLACK LOAM SOIL PROM WOOD 


Onod 1*9911100 EV 4.9071 

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AND SKUVtCI-; 


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bMinar (or turnar* OR t'3$l3 


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714 Coroaranl Ph EV 4-1411 FURNACE EAWDUBT BURNER 


MERCURY MAftfNE I 

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aull aua 19. wool dm*, aut 14 
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Rant> 743 Port Siroet. 


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bad <«mpl*ta innrr npring mal- 
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ligM maid, tv I UH 

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af.tit* lor aala iHxmp RV 7404- 

eTnoLE BSD EPRINU AND MAT- 
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LOVELY OOUBtJ Sni AND MAf- 

I «•*•* 919 Kaaiina IlsR 

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« 4 99 3 doll buaaia* 14 aorh 

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RCA 3-BPBSD BCLf-CONTAmES > fHH^ 139 EV $4143. KV 1-4^ ' — 


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dale, rabooae. irarke end iron* 
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taian't a**r>’o*l. 43 44. almail : uneth r 

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AND nuK 

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fX 4 7419 


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5?“ 7*y Ifaut* «* x 5®L»4’ 'FRICIDAIRK' FRia 

- — - - - - - 2 pc. rl.e*lt*n#ld Condltkm turn 

CHILDS \ WINTER COAT, ri; new PTn e RV 44Ml or GR T-SU. 


TV AhTENNAA AND ACCRA 

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Ai. FV$97U _ 

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1997 JOHNSON OUTBOAHO. 9** * 

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Miift. 1190. *4-7117 > buHding IM er arraage. tVA74#f. 

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ma'ireta. IIP varmem rteoner 930 Mbdhei^ ot m 

bW' t efmiea um 13. new, 91 

IMOKE $;n GR SFPd. 


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f<-«« ■. bed •pfinglHInd fnatireaa. IIP' m,vMB i^mnir 9M an-dbei^ at •» TOR fHE BEN7 CUH'KINE AND 

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TOR FHE BSN7 CUH'KINB AND 
turatri to town Stuarr* MeM 
Markat l4At OniMine EV i 97U. 


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and waehiaa machia*. 939 'Owad A.BC Eiartne P* F mi. EV 4 9tlR 


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ODMB-BWr BUTE IN TOWN 


M«3 rangn. EY 9-g799. 


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100 CARS FOR SALS 1100 CABS FOB SALE | litlit dolmitjt 2S 

~ ^ N*v. 2, 1950 ^ 


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USED CARS 
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-Winter tires if 
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$2795 

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?.“r _ $2795, 

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r/"': _ $1995 

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maUt povtf iiarMni. bru«v 
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:i;.c.ilaia . ^ $2495 

CC PLYMOUTH •odao WaU 
cartd lor *- 1 ^Qc 

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— Low Monthly Poy- 
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Guorontee In writing 

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KILBIIaWK - KV 4 MU | UK -» 41W 

tXn-D rRAbfK. roMPLTrV WITH RMUna*?* 

Iiaht* IV «1 IM a-i* l^rr^ Vtiod'irr M«r Kaating )«l 


Pbona BV 1-5B33 1110 Yata* 81 


YATES AT COOK 

Pbana BY O-SOI Opw 0 Is • 


TNAUCS 

15 MCTtOR Smian noaiar 
41 POHf> Srdan A-T H ' 
59 FORD caatomityd lop* 
II PONTIAC Conrort. IT. I 
WW naw iM 

50 MONAKlH Ardan N»«lrr 
4t MON5HCH Radan 
47 CHFY 9-dr maebankaUy 
good 


New R.NrmN(j machinx. iio 

PhMia OKI 1910 


S PRICB NATURAL OHXT MINK 
CBM worn a low lima* KV 1-IM3 


BLACKBURN 

MOTORS 


fiMART LOOKINO 1M PORD, 
rhartyiaj and gTYOB; vory good ram 
d«hm. n 49R or of ftr QRT ua 

lOM M^OR GOOD RUNNINO 
nrdar nraiai go«f* rubber good 
buy 5 300 Phony Rnak a Tl|| 

1054 PONTIAC Dt UOCBlwrdAN. 
randliinn air heater turn UgnalA Is 
fud r<nlt‘Hm KV S-OAM. 


•OLID PANBL DOORS 7X500 


SMALL CAR 
BUYS 


lt$4 VOLKBW'AnSN XXPORT DB 
luie. etcfllrni randlUbn. all 
aecMaanaa; |1 3 a 0. BV 9-1031. OM 
Lrail 


lUV t.AIOt HMt SAl.k 


Ql'RBFX' NBATLR. ttV \ DED 
«uh kbrw«> Oh). KV j 

GCNDRON HAST HTOnY. |!h 

GflTIlH 

noriiLK WAU! n'lw. cb.ment 

Rraa-Mbte GR O-EilL 

•nrs BICYCLK. PUNCH. ’ ice 

ahain*. *110 1 GR 5-104T 


BNBKIN Pour-Door Btdao*' 
brand Nrw KnolDoad with Afio- 
matte rrta«mlt*io«' D* Luao 
Rrater and OolroMorl Turn Bte- 
nalt' Ratkub Llohltl Wlodow 
Waaber*! 


TRUCKS 

51 MERCURY $y-(«m 


FUR KALB IMB I'ORI) n’ETOM 
linr Imir-divr ••••Ian Aulomailr. 
rmlln healer iiki- * ;'>■>» tl.ldb <w 
nrateal olfvr. RV 44CDB 


NORWOOD 

BROTHERS 

810 Johnson EV3-6I 


rANAIMAN i.MAl.L Si;, 

vrr rt'f'ara wanied V,'-’«rji Ptaa*. 

ILai M3 


miLMAN Station 
WagM Oroan 
HILLMAN Blalloa 
Wainn Ciraan 
HILLMAN Sedan. 
Oraen __ 

AUSTIN Badan. 
Blur ^ 

AUTTIN B.Uin: 

llfafO __ 

I AOPTIN 
Coarh 
ANOLIA 

Coarh .. 


K.NOL1BH CANS 
51 FRIUMPH tn tno ihana 
M MORFiia Otfeirn Sadan 
54 cotdUKR Btalton Waaas 
H R new Mint 


ROYAL aino BAUBB 
Claan Uaad Cara -PrMd m. 

045 YATBB PBONB BV 4-1511 

PORD pRErerr. nbw rtfiRS and 

hallux. .M4W ^Int enndNbbi 

ihTteMllahi :. 5J» KV 5 ^. 

IMS CREV. 9-OOOR SEDAN. RA^ 
tfio and boater, oawd aondlttoa, 


WANTKn.-~ftAflV K JOLLY JI MP 

*r. BV I-40M 


114* PORD GOOD CONDITION 
Hratat. pne ownar Call brtwaab 
5 abd I b m Batordar ar anytima 
Sunday Phon* XV 5-I903 


M ULUS Sadan AT II S» 

» PuNTlAC Sraan |l 'Ok 

M HILLMAN R-H 5005 

59 blXntUK Seitno tm 

U BTLUbUAbkJt Cuupa 

*bbWPf«» oikk 

40 PONTIAC - 1105 

17k PLYMOUTH — m 

I iHUCXB 

51 STUUKKAdk K W '•« OW: 

1314 Quodra EV5-3SI2 


HIGHKSl CASH PRICKS KAIII 

tar SMl UBOit C4ulhin«. KV S9in4 

WANTED -. VBEU rtKMTl'RR-l 
ll-dlaml Hrua. B Ca EVJOSa I 

WANTVD JU7T CNR MORE CUB- 

tamer Xrnri Ltd 


City Centre Porkinq 


I'XEDO. 40 DOl’BLI 
Ivraltont randbinn. 


uKTED 


•14 FORD HARDTOP. AL'TOMATIC. 
rudbi hi-ater turn iteiiatt. whMo 
walla Mr. earMIrnt roimiibut ft. MO 
Will lake Irndr EV>bb5f 

iiM MrrnoK. 9 Tcink. in ooon 

rmtl’kin Very rraa o nnWa. Plwme 
XV 3 454k 


VOLVO 

Fomilv Sports Cor 
BETTER USED-CARS 


$450 '^ALES & SERVICE 

WALLY CONhOBTON XV3-tk«l 
195 CHRIR HoWBr'N XV 3-M49 
Blao'hMd *nd CMmaiant 
$ 1 45 ehona BV a-Ml) ar BV 5-0119 


OnCALLON OIL DRUM WITH HL- 
ler and aland. Phone EV Miaa 

TL'XBDO, SHIRT AND TIE WORN 
•rre. iWllRm a bcM • EV 4 V»i| 


OLSON 

MOTORS 

BARGAIN LOT 
Wide Open 9 30 p m 
Johnson ood Cook 
EV 4-1 


BTAT10N WAOON 
US7 ChevnAat- ruUj *BiiVped. Im* 
nuieage. CRklOOK 

VULMWAURN VTAlioN Tl/lOOm. 
tl.OOO «Gta. Trada terma. 
OWt-I TTI 

OrPtRU.' PUUBE*' ~ 
For nut ikSKM Contuia. Avu Ren^ 
A-mr. m Unuxte* BiraaL BV 9-7UK 


WB TRAOt BUY AND klU. tJI4 
Oayeramant Bt BVl-Olll 


NBW Hit 04 WINCH WTER 
and alteil* . 070 OR k-_libk 

LADIES ObuD CLDTHINC BAR- 
tain Bue* U ami IX GR I IIM 

»yR"jArXET tRAfimTi. 10 !• ISO 

b^uerw rv plvine EV _ 

WlATER OIATToCOD CDNOmON 

Bl/e a 039 EV 4 *M 


CEMKNT MIXER AHOIT IH HL 
IL^ NJtg any <r«*lt.l<m KV KMA* 

BMALL BieX RILUARO VaBLS 
Phe«* XV 9-UM 


1047 AERO 81DAN. CHEVROLET 
• ornada bark radia heai«r Fb»b« 
XV 3'«0tJ ' 


PORD Falrune Sedan, autb- 
malic teantmlaainn radm 
beater noway itaerina A 

JT-.-.r _$2595 

ruRU Brian. C I | OS 

Nadia haaler -P ' ' 

HILLMAN CttmrraUn Hard 

newly avyrhaulrd $795 

Ullts 41 Aulomali* naw'i 

“r":.. $1295 

MYltcuBf S-T«n PiekuB. 
radia. neatar. brand XQOS 
naw rubber 

BtncTl sedan. a<ii<>maiia. 
rnilM heater 4tOQS 

anrelient tanditRin 

?a‘nT _ $345 


COLONY MOTORS 

l Dou^ia Bl EV1 $ 


SPORTS 

kl.kkS. 


1054 TRIUMPH TR9 
car aacalltnt ceadllMb. 
Qllm RV t MSI 


7191 D0U|li4 Bl EV1 $091 

4» H1LU4AN tele .. .. 59IM 
55 AUBTIN-A-M Sedan — It IB5 
50 PONTIAC Sedan ... 1*75 

5* ESFtfTIl ' <■ CanyCrtUle It 55d 
Ik OlDb Hrdramatir. R. H 1545 
rARB 56 LD OR OONkUrNUBNl 


NO TIMt 
PAYMtMS 
UNTIL DEC. 12 


5-nECK WALNIT OR OAK DINING 
nawh euite KV 9AU* 


ONE OWNER 1053 AUBTIN 
•piirta eonyeriible nr« lufi. iwm 
rarburftert. iifoarae* rendltwn 
wti; ttada Inr binai ear. Pham 
ev 5-IMO 


NOlMlItO DOWN. 154 MONTHLY 
It54 FORD MM ART'S CAR 
NAURS. BURNSlOB AT HARRIET 


TYPEWRITER MUST Bt RBA 

lenablr BVJbOf) 


HCONUMtCAU HKUABLE TRANS* 
i^alkm IIU TTMamiih MayOnwer. 


ur ulter. CV 


0 IN TABLS SAW WITH 1 1 H P 

ynei ar tV 9^130 

XINDENGABTEN SPT. ROCKING 
borM. itfwotl y mad* 'ORtUM 

QUBBaC KEATSH OOUPI^TR 

1 tl ^aw amtdiUna BY 9-llM 


»WN. U5 540NTW 


NOlWINa - 

|»M> DOtXIt 0401 AHTB CAR 
KALES BtlRNblDX AT HAHRIXT. 


UHU Pt.Y7dOI.TH. tLOOD 50LRR. 
equipped, indPandtas randbbwi. ITSIL 
BuHa L 439 Linda* Avanun. 


1M7 PLYMOmK MOTOR VERY 
■end ranitltiwn. Ikrat a(l*r ar liade 
fat nlumblng, tonli nr »bnl bate 
Aerlk Ml R'ekinatiam toll 


WANTBIWAN l-IN TILT AAbOR 
ber.fh aaw_ OR 71411. 

WANTRlj - kuitr *l9aU ’CAKPR-T 

F.V »0i«7, 

FLAME GUN FOR BURNING Q»T 
wevda and Keu grau. GR 1-iOTk. 

WA>mUI-CUU«'B RiCYCLK, IX . 
gyyj «'<wi4illun. GR--HS8 

flllLDB n.AY TARLK. CHAIR* 
not nereamry ICV' 5-3M4. 


Ikbt 5AR<;o H-W TUN 
nrHieni JJkB. Victona 


1047 PONTIAC COACH 

•(Cara? BY 9-BBB*. SU 

hurr Bt rret 

MTNT 5ELL~^ pTymCHTTH STX 
Ihm W4S-« Evelleid ctabllUuiv 
bry| orre'. Plume Nefll. CR 5313*. 


WHAT 

Wrcite 


Iran' 

Wrnlwicki 

MG T r VHM’ WIHR~ tYMPELK 
New Mirheilti iim*« r-unplne en 
I- lo’aUM. 'iwlt" hawlei tedl 
•vrna 5i J/\ Mu A ITH m new 
l.-rw mitadite. 9;YX UR *-MB7. 


EMPRESS 

MOTORS 

Fort at Quadra 
Piione EVZ-7I2I 


IkM MO MAONBTTE SEDAN 

Bcautllul aamdiUbn 01.155. Will PhMte ^ . 

Mke trad* na BUrewoi Inr raah iMn V<H K.YWAUEN EXK*RT DK 
Can arranaa lUttneina BV 3-J4dl hia*. la* i her uvfudalny indm, 
WHW.*«ALE‘pNICEb' NO DOWN •>«v"B «dmlry eV 

PAYMENT. RVRKY CAR CLEARLY . - 

FRICB -TAOOID ARTS CA'< ' ffi; iSrWN PAYMRNT 
BANGS. BUKNMXDX AT HARRJKj . PartiivMa •wart iipfemw 

NrrnfNO DOWN. |a« monthly ' Hur«mrte*M^Hnt^ **‘ ”KV4Hbr 
lb»9 HUDBOM WASP 1105 ART S 

CAR SALKS. bURNSIOS AT HAH , ]t51 k'UMD CUNVERT RADIO 
RiPT. heaiar uue.tkrlw. all areeaeeiea 

I"" t- A l AMtlUMl 


PICRt'F 'Hub FOR TTUILER. 

C irta Air limum Victoria Aidn 
rerttern EV9M44. 

tiBB CHivHourr br'i. air “a 
d«ir aui-imatu' 9t*e»a. radio, 
hmuer. Uke mw ji.kOD EV 4«IS 


TWO PAIRS BAMBOO DRAPBK 
aurenant condRiMi OR 1 1109 

uii roun^uT krtciuauie! 

tUB; CMileM wwarmr S4A KV 54AM. 


IkkA PLVMnirm SI 
heuer m rr d t tee ■ 
WO t ed*r lUn Rd 


.N. RADIO, 
tlrwt tHS. 


SSXl VELVET CUAT MATCHINO 

hMidbns 115 BV I-5M*. 

ilko BRloibK AHOUT I rOQ II* 


IkU DS LOBS CHBYROLBr - 
Haaler radiu- atenata, patleci 
randlUun B1L>-MI7 

IMO 'morris I3N. 154B CHEV. 
Mdaii IMS. iBtr CHBV. tW. 
1»«L Mudcbnkrr BSE tVMEli 


1951 PONTIAC SEDAN DBLIWIT. 
vtrr |n*d MftdiUMi 50M Tutibl 
OR1I1B4 


B WOarPR COAT 
-1154 


CAR OP OtSTTVrrtON .101* IJN 
coin Cagrl' cUb reun* 115' 
hf PuU eqatprarDI 0^«l d 
Obwrr iHriarrii'lal i way snear 
•Ml a* naw. Buhttanlial redut 
lUn Cabaidar trqtfo >n and 

ambca tarmn OR l 9154 


TWO MBDUnd-BIEB BAPSB B34 
Obrmernbi BY l-MII. 


Pnr ipiirk 

libu b 

CAR AtA.*lluhb 

Jifl MiRI RT 


INSIDE HOUSE DOOR AND 
iramr caah. Oil 7-9319 


IIU OLDSMOHILS BUPB 
Hardtob win Mntldnr tiaBa. 
W W4M 

toil AOsma A-kB SBOAM, 


ROT-HATER HEATER TR MIOOD 
— —1 KV 4-549# 


WANTED - RADUL SAW Df 

gaud cawdiuen BV5-IBf« 

TARF FOR ii rr hoat fh 

OB T-iaOl 

wiuiTED — I’SED MCrnONOME 

GR 4-3IB. 


cwndltinn. « 51 * 

9 WRESL SOE OnLITT TRAIL 
ar 59A . alaajteatat 011 ^ BV 5-4B19 

£5v TaK^a'iIf and PLAYPEN 

She i tew BV 9«I9 

WKINtiBR RLiiXB SAM8 I ‘AY I> 
•aoaaanor. TApKX • Oi.. SU FuTK 


1*50 OB BUTT) 4-DOOR CK300 
cdndlllHt.'' IIN rath Uka ottat 
bartnenbi. lilt cnIaOantn. 


■ACRIFICB - 1091 MBRCURT ' 
automatic larb-ian* radio (rim 

and rear abtakara Many atirai i 

XV 5-5095 

•Tl HILLMAN. OOOO CONDOTION ' 
^ 1-1UX 

FDR SALE- INI XDOOR CREVROi 

MW rbnabBBMm BV VML I 


^Pbnn* Ib i nar tteu.ara XV *-Bil9 

iiSB CUEV u'K~UtXB SEDAN 
rmerrglbla. mfleasr 41.1*0. Hr" luhr- 
•r«* Itrra Ynxi/u- and taalv e»el- 
•ant randniofi. |l.nN Iwbo ' 
EM tjiudru. RV 73B4B 

1540 DOINIS 4-DiX»R. 0195 ~OR 
ntaiart otter. BV 5-1174. 


If PRAMCR Sedan 


IBM PLYM MTH llMHlR FljUA. 
3 l•me eaeatiaw omdlthei tLIBQ. 
iniina. 'Ar<wi-- muU c«r w ind* 
eiRkaitX 

llSr AUSTIN 1-TOR rABKU 
CR sniB 


mi FLYMOUTN FIjUA 0 4- 
daay aadaa, 1 aarnar 01. IN ar 
wim af tarii BY 4-9|B 40 • 

INJ BUtCli. RADIO HRATBH. 

tndcf, ivb-tec*. BV B-ENI. 


SACRIPICB IBM AOrmt, Ilii. 
IV 4-ENI. 

iNr~MBikCURY 4-Oroor'ssbAR. 

food randi^ EUR EV 5 -MEL 


•OYS SICYCUI, OOOO CONDI 
Una. I ll ytny*. BV 1 «N9. 



VI^TA Tf«WCIl 5 ! - \W» »*it 

r.* iii Iff n^H hinrlc [V«i tl 

t> I ' V * Lit«ui !•■»* •pp- 4 n'mrr>ti 
i''i Au'‘«n«i>/- rfr^ntor, 


imbinatinn HDV, 
> rar^mn h«<«. 
AAS- MifnmatK 
« Pic«a* call Mr 
Bti>an A Hou 
S*' 


•.allRft kiUtMQ. 
"<«« Iwkii , 
lauftdrr Ui-iiiti*^ 
llmiuon. p H 
Ltd . AV kOOft. 


•tiirtKt BV 4 A«Sa 

VACANnT IN oi'KST"not:»e‘Tb 

'kriv n»n «nwkvr Trey t«rv 

K«. UM na> . EV > 4 j 1 T. 


• am. iigtat 
(tflniidiat* pbk 
<a I si»n^h* 
«nh p«lrr<i>]d 


UnAr 

t*-B> 

hraiar 


tA*^ANt> and B* 1 < 
ri'Wly twraidv EV Mil 9 . 


•H*iaMr« park and 
kai'hrinr if 

baiAi'KiW rl 

•Ml a RififlMi (araii 
git #Uia 1 To>»ti 


ItOUO MOMB U 001 > MPAIA 
grr'i'DiNt IS) CauLrat rv 


•.OMPCirl )ui I iiuMK WOflRJ>t 3 
B*an k>.iKi m>al* Uara* BV S•C 7•9 


MoftTPCMir 

lut» >uni< I 

••■N rtnUK 


•nbMur 


pt iiM-mri !Tfc n-i« vit>«k. 

.1 ij / . r-. . . 

puprritl. KV 


3 -ltrDHOOM AFT OAlC FAY 

C‘*li«»ilii| h«nir prplf-'rij. cl<i»a 

l>u< anil AV J* 4 fl 7 


WANTRr> TO RENT WITH A VIST* 
In tHtrrf««v Modn^ iwr-'MMrnwm 
rKiPOluM. OU-O-klallr. Oak oiiy or 
Aaanwr. fPia* EV S-TMb 


• 4 * I >f Mt_ W.iriwxn 

bw^iR SoiNo AWAV~i'o iT~a 
ihaauu. <•• **al haai« 

*<• larHal rvliaiila raopu Orartp 
giabo. TV. radio. vIm!:f klte)t*a. 
Oil (umarr. M|krn tirap'trr. W 
kaaQiUul •urn-us-diuft a* lakt 


mjR.trtM AI.’ITE ALL CI.BC- 
ti>r r»frt«wa!/c hm ««t«r baai. 
Un*i* <lMr ■» aUKilM. Hummm 
^ iif-.r EV 1 .^;^ anar C pjn. 

JHEW OF OOROl PARK, AlX 
laiind. irovnd-nour aulta Bolt 
cuupl* or fruunria * ■ n a n. 


B\ NOV » ONFUHNtilHBD ». 
Mnlrnooi hnu**. Oil heat. Oak 
Bay. aumu. rafrreocn. Pbuoo 


WANTBO l»N» MOKRt» UI\OR 
OK a .MA 


rURNIKHIli BRO-BTr' 


rlran btimt. law rapt. PttMo 
KV 3 MSI liar pameular* 

rwfVRooM cc^AOK "m" a 

•non'n, Multa only. ItSI OKar 


b«at. ClOae la yn Paodara Avr lct« 

mariiaUMcupaarr- KV s-tmi 

I.BLAKD APARTMBNTB. 5 Tl: 
U«q«laa. l<room rjita. tlQ. •«>( 
^tataeA-lridK*.. roa ruM. ataan 
heat Adalt> wa ly 

ARIJ' «>r.TAINE?) i ROOMS, 
heaiiarf wi»h cat-park C. C. Oweiv 
•» iaonaoQ. K\’ s-BM) altar « m 
p m 


AVIS RENTS ALL 

Ttpea iJ Ca'» i>v 1 T'ln n* 
t>a»ffla« kti..'l S;i]t 


PVRNmilcn WITH KrroHKN- 

e"a« rt.i«» •»• ai.-j i.arfc pr d*y, 
• -■r* f,t monMi. all twipa, »f 


WKt.t.-rO>lNinHID WARM ROOM 
in nea 'raitr«-'‘W rlov ca Mit 
and ••• KtlfKrn ptakilea** 
S 3 a mint Rw 4 i| kVI-Otia 

HuCnlRKkPmo ROOM mu 
rrni «a T>a rnurthfV at Kail 


oROOND noon s roomk im 


•ta ck. OR 7 «»M 1 

i.ARns 3 -ncrK>x>M sci.pcns. 

tainad apanmaiM aIwj t,«,-tiai,ir 
•urfd, a«il I'lwtaitHKl CVIStMl, or 
L!l* RtdMaikl Avcntaa. 


a> fully rurniilvai Dirdv> 
I* kW Crai«PnF at. 

I'mklM AllJTK OIL 
araiiir. faa ran«r. ktlrfiri) 
mrwuh. tv I jna, 


naoih AduHa AraUakta No*. 
Revalaad lUaltT. KV S>ai. 
KV •• 7 tM 


j.A»U«;B FOR REKT. t Bl.OCRJ 
frim HttrtMWTl Ray. CV I-SM 4 . 


SPACIUtW BBA VirW tllrNOA* 
i.i*. 3 kadroom* aitd i'*n. ail 
rrn mnvrninnoe* nix-tyv ib 4 i>* 


IM WSNniD TO kC.NT 


BRTRWT.- WARM TWO ROOMIL 
AduUa Hi. 117 Onlano. KV nom 

S-ROOM ■trnY. RMPIMALT 
Mt InalwMta KV i-MH 

9 -ROOM aUlTt. KVUrTHOra 
auppl tad. Md » M Fairltrld 

fw I AR« iTroi )mr“si n^k “ttr- 

l«l ranictralor. Adwila EVIPiSl 

s-RnowKo PX'RRtiHKD Kt'trrt- 
AduKi. CV tIMO. Ilia Cook it. 


PAIRFIXU) - APACirw« BIOK - 
kt klda duple* «oolia«* rocirtiiina. 
Naar kui tea (nH wtw»l Uvtnt 
roofH rabtfiat k>‘en«n. dllttat area 
Oil ranjr RadriMm and bath- 
room ■■ira room in M««ni*iii 
Purnar* ITO tdl (lrM<hwond 


APAMTMKNT UOURB 


I WARM QUItr 
aod linaa pinvidad. 


— BPACTora 

auila lor aiaclaua Itvtnr KV l-ltM 
Iwr appoinlmeni 

NnvEMnrir iT 

•larhaior ■parii 
heaiad rank*. 


P R RHOWN * RON* LTD. 
Ills B ra ad BUaac P h OBa KV >-SU i 

I DBUALLT CAN OVT TOD *Th 1 | 
boat daai Bl Wtra" for tout 9 d 4 
iponaaKa Try Dmtilaa Baviaa, 
KV l-TISA alT-A Port <ilaa. 
KV t- 3 StV|. Puoda avallablo far lat 
mortaatoa U MO 'a aiO.BM taa- 
traatori' grograailpa Maaa 

ir fbl' ARB rONSfOBRIRO OB. 
laimna a m<«rtf«kr nr <awi in >iiiw 


BRicirr t-BooM 

R m. hot watvr 
». EV s-Tsaa. 


IN n»RNIiHKI>.» WAHM ‘ 
• •m, refnfrralar, »ic 1 iinx 
CV } HIT S 3 t VaWMUvet. i 


OROUNO PLOOK 0 MAI 4 . RUITB. 
warn and eNan. Ma par month 
Hil Quadra 


PROMT. rUKNIRItKU KIT D 8 K 
Ladt ll-A Oeiobrr Manalaoi. KV 


STM IHmUirK OAK BAY— riVK 
latg* room*. <m 1 twat. |n*l put- 
ehaard Im (II «M, aiU lea** th>« 
baantifwl Knot* ITAK m»fithtf. 
• uulu s. Harciava Rraiioi. 
KV l-Mn 


\f paopla. KV S-4H 


COTTAC*l>» 


TWO ROOMS. 8 BLP rojfTAnnm 
auila SIOTI, trif lutpllad. KV 
» MM 


ROO.M 1 
H • Puma. 
HI IlSia 


pURx:aRRO 


poimo 


Mtur-COMTAtNCO l-flOOM SITTK 

f rmmri floor. AtfuHa lU OaUaa Rd 
:V S 4 MP 

MDE RYimc^ M.TLix. 


CLEAM WARM R«> 1 M. AUO PUR- 
Alitapd auua to autiiw I moWIta. lu 
Camhltdfa KV 4 -«m. 


WOULD LJKB TO CAR! 
iMtrly 'altti Ht prtvata 


PAinPii 


BBACOR nn.L 


RAinRO 


2€ lsUg4olmiM. VlMMla.!lM 0AM FUB SAfJI 
iwaiav. M#». 2 , 19SS I . 


100 CABS FOB BAU5 

MORRrSON 

FOR , ... 
^^ORE 

IN VALUE! 

IN TRADE! 

52 JS? h..tm_$ 895 , 

C7 BTANDAKO CQOC 

Badao baalar 

CO OB BOTO Badan. auiumailc 
UabamUatoo’. tQOC 

k*aiar -^Oyj 

5 1 0U1CK Badan, COOC 
' Dynallow ftaalrr . 


PLIMLEY'S 
CAR GEHTRE 

"Growing With B.C 
' Since 1893" 

1958'Cadillacl 

2-Door ''Coupe 
de Ville." 
EQUIPPED WITH: 

Auiomalla UanaaUaUMi. 

Pohti «la«riog 
Puarr braVia 

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^ _ $1445, 

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brakes hydramalir. .redip nee.er . ■ ■ — . ‘ z- - 

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power ateenne. poaer broyek, rm vni ««wkna<u •» 1 n Wi!:*. Aie'inn WagM. 

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CO OLOBMOSaB "fr' ffard- 
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poaer brake*, ordrimeur 

railn $4995 

and heater 


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Ltd. 

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MOTORS 

LTD. 

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cn ansTlN A -78 Sedan 

Top 


rondllloo _. 


$845 


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TRANSPOKTATtON CARS 


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FOB 

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CITROEN 


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"Bordering Beocon Hill aii.rTi 


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barn OB 7 -feet 

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rent Oldfiatd nped Keel I 7 »M . 

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l$ 3 t Amelia 81 . 840 a tnAath. 

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fureate Ad uiu. KV e-iciJ 

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lai r’ADo .rai ' rgyiig'ito | 'inr. w.c» nt mndYi» NM»waJaee . fuf»tgari*''.r;. All MippiieA. Own en. 

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IJTWBR >RRDROnM nrPLEXOfO WANTED TO RENT 

a»efH kifrhen range inrfudM-im- 


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it rlvt.iini Call >iir<i.M< .Inn hr- 'J‘ >' 
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fer I badneana I 

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pe«-nMneM plan IP a muntb haa.r 
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Phnne GR «-SiU 

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— ■ M'CHiOAN BTnrrr cloak fw 

SMAI t Warm, bnchl UIK nromr Noyeat- 

0 /VIALL L,rsK 5 t ijj Dbaie * Co. 

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•OLD ON CU.VBlONMtNT W«K OB MOMTm" WPU, pim’- 
5 % Kohed; avarvrhing Mxol'od Clt« 

ci-.tf Ai«o ataeiitng rooma 

TCLMAC MOTUKMAKT. 144 Fort EV &-I 4 M 


cz urrsoR tlS05 .,4 ' 

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56 $1395'; AKSn; ^ , cc , -rm 


PHONt 

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MAYNARD 8 Ani-noNrKRB 
Caab or CooaigBDtaoi 
BV 4 -H 31 


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na. .i.i.e *1111 r» (a ejf', i»n 
iV i la*) 114 I'niitine) .A'li-rt 


CZ CONSUL A 7 1 0 <N “ AUSTIN A Ml 

OO Betfan _ 4 * • • *7 AUSTIN Bnmereel cpnyertlbla 


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Ca VAUXHAU. 

B 4 Aan 


mroror* ** JAnt'AH UK VU 

$995 *• ***o ™ 


52 $645 


564b Conodion Cors I imr ;;trctr«o'.f”a'e."'.i;d f5^*k, 

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CC HILLMAN IfQiky 
siaiwn Wagon . 
CO rnLLAfAN 

.kedao 

CO AUSTIN 

Sedan 

Cn AUSTIN A- 7 B 

Sedan ___ . 

CC DODOK 

-J'-* Badan 

CO PONTIAC 

-f** Sedan 

Cl DODGE 

' Sedan 

CA ffrUPBBAXn 
Champion Bedan 
Cl HILLMAN 

' Btatl'm Wagon . 


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tnnm UAdel ikri) -ixa • 
m4h»«« 

Bee thu a>'d our wtlaer 
flnr •etartinn af na* and 
o*ag iraliera nf all .laea 


Ftdariy l.ih 
rel 8 V »- 6«74 


iH sT^MAR d CO 1181 »n:AN 

I-I ga* raw N-. Iin« ir apfier . Jo**, V teiaamu natal itotingt Phono KV 8-4 141 

i*n AaJidia m EVBbfW | 3 -ROOM BrLP-CONTAtNFO UP l•»■»ul h-tn DUTCH OOUPI.K WANT SMaTl 

'5 r'Ani — iPiinl 1 ‘‘^*** PHyale eniraoce. »'oya 'i;* ai-< i-bedrm htiwe. wire.l fnr eire 

LlffDA MiTTltL. COSY lhr|u«fed. ^It aorktog rounle " 1 “'* *''•1 "Mraal range nattiin to buy FA ' 49411 

j «0 kPi'hefv* from grn Pandora. KVS-teis ' *»• '■<"<r u»e ur i. ei»r.,r. — — . — - 

J.j- Ot'l' Ca»lwr«l Cou Coum. «B i:v I fa 7 l M FIilNf! tKSAvrsr* CALL RTN* 


SOUTH PAmrmn.. ncD-HiT- 

• mg room iiMiro and bath Oa» 


$795 

$795 

$495 


44 MPTKOR Badan 
it MONARCH Sedan ... 
53 CHKV Ot UiM .. — 


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TrI-Wov Trailer Pork 


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$495 Stas g»a«e a*g 0 ap] 

““.a e»e»^ [ borae, im mootb. 

. $1“295 must clear LOT I Kt,*: T*': 

$995 BY NOV. 3 

— _ . I RBNT OR BKLL MODERN OfN- 

>AOS era! tf fyaiaa Iratiet fuU> 

_ g.y Yates St EV 2-7411 J* >«»uja'e.l l** <atnler 

eooc TufUS Jt. CV £ /«M ' uaa frr full partiiMiaii MCaii 8 

I $zyO U 0 ( 41 *. KV 3 4 . 4 J ut BV 4 M 12 

— - >» Na naifM. Btree* 

j CARIBOO HUNTTWO WAGON 1(58 


• P. m*. .ee.-.e ajea^U •{tur #£m. KV 4 - 77 PI 

! 4 'o'»tprillTAnLE REZAANARLI 

You-DRivE TRUCKS 

Pn-hupa paneip i and ;t.« mmiim LV 8 fCl 

*•'•! wi'K ian)t« and rear d<r*a ■ — — , , 


>,,-e r>%ri. mi.'ui.eup .if»-«mg If’e'iT jadie* only. 1834 Pori 

»’-r.<!r pe -nt) • IH* Fmiiia** Street SV 4-M74 

! _ L!!"* 2 PivMS AND~lcrTrMPNr:TTR 

ONR OR TWO (ini'AKKKKnKO Fie,'iw •("*. ami lelrUrraii* 
ri.fr* lunt'hej |)Q *',rt MtM • 7 "!''' 'li. 'ighL and <v»le| 

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Street BV 8-1874 , LAROB 1 -ROOM NirfTK SHAM 

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Ilvine ‘•♦•L *Apli , »?*«>«"«•. >a*efflent and Mrage. 


Iil 7 ll. 4 I.Li!l. KTOKKN Rn 4 l 
OFFICKS to BFNT 

FOR DOWNTOWN BUSTNT 88 LO^ 
ratiMr. ubuleaole or retail, tiprea 
or oinrc*. at reatnnaplr reniaia. 
apply J N L Qurrldie. KV 1-7174 
P N Cabelds Ltd., erai GR 
7 4448 


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, 4-8781 I 1 . 1 m rv..,-i-. * ronJN amrs hot AND COLO, naa ranee frtdee ti. .,.1 wniiKtMia Mttm ■ rvu.B.uei> 


iNKXPtNnvt opptcas abotb 

^oetr't Storgp, Oaytromeoi SL 


THE HERTZ IDEA 

ClT MMVISfl rriflTS 'a 


JAMESON MOTORS 
LTD. 

t 4 B Rmchtm Rt,. VIeiarU, BC 

PBou ■V- 4 - 83 B 3 


: eylra »• lanka 74 * T,i 4 mz. Ph.me V>v dn* 


a * I r«\-T-/ev\ 4 /L I 4 h*v > inn 4 tpeed u-aiH *>1^ re 

fvi 1 1 J I I J W r\J 'm ivablo living ouaner* «leepa 4 

I V t 4 l-*e I \«^ » f I N unk ft* ■■ rwniung water arov* 
AiiT/N CAI rc I Trs T,i 4 mz. Ph,me 

AUTO SALES LTD. ' cvesxA •« ck'imb 

e, kanwAttrH r»..riiy.ia Waa *>LIB-YAHW00D RRITIBh'caR 
56 iperlliliu 3 gan Roeg Bay 18 »l 

^*”7’ $9995 Miirrli ■'«•!€« pickup *llb ran- 

thine .9 *-**^ ... ataji 


riwv s Inn 4 *p^ U'se <*Th re tvm’ m .,K uiti . t.aj ■•11 Herrr 
movable living ouaner* tleeiw 4 Trwk lemal fiean m.vi.,n iry.k. 


all hKI'-d and .i.Morvi )■> Her. 


•ir CK^MB 


niei 4 lf<<m Wnimea'di Ptnr*<>cKi 
pr*lrrre,| KV t-ltai »• KV 8 4 SIK 


Chew quiet pe«oi^_ 187 Q_Yatea^ POR RRNT — UNPURNISHBO J. 


IIXHTE HKXT A I AS - - - 

Nti Dwgiaa KV I 4 U KV 4 »ll • ARtlP FRONT Rt»OU 


CZ POROCuttonllna C 1 TOC 
AulomaHe tttdor. -P > ' 7 .J 

_ $995 


vaa rover, rerondittened I 8 SB 
BV a-g 7 ti. after 8 p m W 8-4403 


IIOTFUS 


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t'oTJ*.?** •'* ‘'"*'**’ •'•"*®nab|. RF.ZMJNAHI.k. W A L K I N>. DW-i* 'ttCt ROOMS. KI 1 
lan,e *ui‘e lur wtirttlng tnoA of **r? 

Ci«r? HOCSKKKRPINO SiXiM « »«' I ^*J*,, 5 ?* 

sn,* .*.^.. 1 ,.. k.. _._L — BV 4 -Jllt. 


1 »Sde ? ROOM SAsrmxNT BUTTCPim. »*^. •‘**'***»* •“* b 44 hroom 

mO.Pi or ,...lurni*had Sder Uk 8 Manor Rd gu sealo#. tara g e OR 8 I 44 J 

.rm.m CBupit preferred 14 »n Datlai Rd. I V *-» 33 . OftNOM.OW. NF.AK PARK AV, 


^ MODERN OPFICRS 

CunOOVA BAY W ATEKPRONT. 4 - ^n?“e‘ aii^"' XV 4 ^f 

ro.,m houie for I mnniha garage »»K». XV 4 454 L 

aduU._«.^. | 7 i XV 4 _^ 33 . HAU. TO HENT-nANQUrtN fUt 

MOPER.>i cGTTAon wnrrxR 

rataa Tr ailer m reco. O Rb-UM |I.AROB UPSTAIRS OPPICI 8 N 3 R 
aVAn.AUt.* «vyn.t_*m»«TMU>n ! f*t»t KV 8 • 4 ^ 8 ^, 


BI»NOM.OW. NKAR PARK AVAIL. ... 

able nuv Adult* t 7 « XV a -»(0 , ^ 

LANGPOftO LAKE SMALL DU- ***^ PARTY OK fUCTBP- 

plea, ehilrl wch-omr, 8 M. ORB-MBI. '*st 0 WurlKaer We have 

- - _ - - Ire cold puneb at 83 14 gallon. 


*«aM -T'e-eee rroOMIt^ed I 8 SB IIOTFUS «'»«nd Raaeonabl. RF.ZMJNAHI.K. WALKING DIB-!* mCK BOOMS. KITC HXNE TT B »»«» rv a-o at 

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*I« Rptehaaop^GR 7 -JMl tudor. $ 1 795 KUItntWoA». 7 MO mts' r,l PW mi iDT UATCl - ph-.^hild *.Name^WB. OR I- 30 . 

US Lrwborr DR Mils 53 $995 * 14 ^ aa «*. ciwplmlr furoUhed ^LtfN L.UUK I MUIEL y^nih in KVI^PIH * ° * "OQ^. PRIVATK RATH. ^Jbce 3 .R 00 M Pm wFi* HOISF^ TO RF.VT 

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'47 PLYMOUTH. $295 ct ^.51 m'.h«.“***‘*“*‘*^'"**' !*'»'«• •ft' »*WR KVBJdis iK'*' iSiiKfi?! d 53 lS.^t^^^ UNUJRMMP .D 

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British Motors 8 Enolish Cors Vorving i mod?r**^uoS’y*"2?d p a i r p iTl d. cjo1?^ik5^t. , iv 8‘.gm, *»*^*”’‘ *“*' -umm 

• ,n Price .V^.iev'"^ Die, U.a.l tig C,..a c/lVdr "ri MrTDKn s — ,snOM - ftrLFrON. 


138 MISi:rmOlROL'8 

TO BEN? 


Morris MOOO' 
$1575 


1030 Votes St. EV 2-2241 gs 

840 JohB street 


modern laundry and vaehroom* i— PAIRPIBLD. CJONVKMIKNT. , BV 8 *glM 

880 month OR«-tM» Haei' ill foond roaaonabla. Quiet ir=:c„v 

Trai ler Cmirt Rj^ Hofcl. 710 Fort St. «V * ^47 

TWO-TON TRUCK. PLATOXCK. f rUFUfUIlKU APAKIMENn AND J-^NGF WARM RGOXL CLOSE i w*al Ciai 
ia-lfl Tbree-tnn truck fuiderk < t,. t.wn. Piafer viun* itpr-m ~ — - 


LARGE 3 -RGOM SCITB, PlUVATE? HOI SES TO RF.N'T H* “ 2 .^ 

UNI^tJBM SID D H -SE P 

pWBi Vet.. afterB. *«» jegM . 3 mOHLT OBSIRAmJI ULTRA* L.-L’a IglT oLfri B^ 

lrJnJ!r"ram 2 i iaa.% 1 ?'wJ 2 I PKAMK BU 1 UHNO. I BQ far. 


COMPLCTB 


8 X)R SALE - TRAILER. ST-FT 
PultV amilpned Sleapg font 
Terma 08 8 3187 


MDUMS - KVMtm 
Blevaur Serviro PurmaMni 

TranileDl 


58 $1745 ^^UIMALT SERVICE is» INTBRNATIONAI. •• ton A-r MHdtill'e^^rilro^Xgllt^^Je^il, 

VktOf. aa oaw ... w ' ' ’J Anmtralg - RMulmatt R 4 . Pb montbly. oiUi or without aaau 

CZ MO MagnetU. C I TrtC i>Kana BV t.iioai X\ . IVS aTft Onvemroent st 

Ot , $ I /V 5 plrK«P~iiS 5 -^ 5 -^Ar. iif »v I- 7 I 81 


CZ MO MagnetU. $ 179 *; Pheoe BV l* 8 « 4 l 

‘ owner -9 * f ^ J (PICKUP RON FOR TRAll iiK 

Ca PCMrnAO Sedan, rndm 84 Pono ■uiinn wagon CwteerL m'K iraHert Vlrton* auIo 
goad 4 1 17 C, AtttomaUt. OuaranUed perftot Wrerkera. KV 8-1444 

toediuon — l / J bondUUn. I ,... pabd^' ■•..A. mw uii'iriin 


87 b Onvernment Bt 
Pnuhe XV 1*1181 


i*> t.wn. iSafer yamc 

XV 1 MU 4 ^^ ' 

gi’iMT HGMw . i,ntx“ 

rW.t,i*l'Hd rreen Nmi 1 

XV Ab.' 4 r 

PURNISHXn TWO BOO* 
morn f»rnt«hed. BV 4 4 A 
• Me dliirtct. 


S') AUSTIN RORUrtM. #Z 7 C 
-*'J lop rOBdHbm .™. ■ 4 > 0 / J 

C| MORRIS Minor CaAA 
3 I Coanh. rofftndliPmnd di 4 UU 

r itish Motors Ltd. 

M 43 DdPglaa tt. KV 8-1843 

Rvm: Trtfor Woodrufl. CV 4 - 344 b' 


$1395 


a PORO Sedan. In food Madl- 
Uon. 


IBX DOWN Oft YOUR CAR 
ON A 34 *MONTH CONTlOlCT 


W^rerkeV. kraA* aKVERLKY HOTEL 

Wjerkera. K<^ 8 -JI 444 j„ MurteraU HHre GTTT/yir 

1848 FARGO '»*Aa TON PICKUP , !"'*•':«« . •«• petmaneW Mata . twm rlt 
e*fell«ni. 8 a»> VkUrla Auto brnMekeepinp fuufna. TV in (otose .1 xv 1 - 734 < 
Wrro mra K V 3 - 4444 . 1 734 Yafea Phufio BV atOU. . •■* 

1848 8 ‘vTOn" DODOk'^OCK. 8 - OKKH UNXIK. MILL RAY iwiws' 

abeed rear end. OR 8 - 1 BI 8 eid runiUteel eu<<ro avaUaltte Meg . »v a.BgB 

— - - - . - ■ - — nifPenl w'A vtevy GlI-rv.MalM- heat 

rOH BALK. 14 HOUSK TRAILER. W<*Kt> •>' nve>lM> leira Htn 88 ' CLORR 
Mil d or ne areal B»^^V 4 .«Ma i Cohirfe lim rtume W-R-l. ' I»"»U rw 

8 -WHEKL BOX UTILITY TRAIlZ THirTiLKTaHlEL. RA UunULAS^ ' 
er exrellent ahape. l» BV 4-4879 A reeHenttal bilel orweidlitt evorr FRONT. 


.. 1 ?!?.* *''* ?*?? ri'irN,.!^ oarage m FAIRPIKLO. BUlf- 

•m i ^Me duJirA ^***** "' *• MOUNT OOUOlJtll AUTO COURT, •-'’ 1 '-^"^- , B'ewart C'aik R C,. XV > 84(1 aM._HM _bOal aU.ragt BV 4 - 7 MB. 

— — . — — living loan, badfoom. klUlienette. XIDK HY KIGE l)l’l*LCX AVAM - ki.k LAKE' 4 IIARMINtt Rl VGA. I 4 i atiiD'Pf ‘ Afar inAarke 

,1048 BAt.MONAL SUIT CHRIS-, “alh HfaUrt 8 M- 8 dk OR 7-9031 alilf Dec. 1 One Iwdne.un IT -ne jTef^uww ail "V .MORTGAGE LOANS 

«VtH«KE~RC<»MX’OAtll.*REF'RlO. i}w T^l m %wJrkVu« '**' MORTOAOi MGNXY AVAILABLJ 

eralnrgtt. lOTd DavQ.^rV JTWX • _P '"_'**'-b.U>a. •• bOrT and tamttttaWl 

WM'jjUjor room KITcrKENETTP i~Aun“a nrnM.WTu~irif Tt r~i ^ ^ rNWTyWTAIHJI ^ arai^^^ 

B»w* ia I twin rloaeu. Baodia ' TV IJ 8 L. ..g U l.T.E K aiwnment. rertff-raied v.rfraunrt • '•'“'"‘u CRffue*. Ignday of deeieton^repavmeDt te lult. Cuf 

wmbwI KV t -9948 KAggwiief Auio C.aifL OR 84489 . area «» GR 7 -»T •venmg*. .evrhi.uta _ > mR rato nt IntarML Conatill. on 


IB kU 3 NXY AVAILABLB 
nartn and tametbswi* 
or morleaM loan*— ouirk 
rapavmeDt te luit. Cur- 
nt intarML Conaull. oat 


LTD. 
rv 4 - 3 U B 

□ -rMli 

BUT Ind 

Hnngag, 
• Rea. 


3 SPECIALS 


1841 FOND REDAN FOR &ALR ' J»'*tV* 8 ^IB 4 ’''*^”““‘ 

OR 9 df>H ■ - - - - ■ 

I i«rM"»tKf 1 R 8 IXJOR 'DBlit JCB Im^DuiKIm W^lT 

Iradki. Iwaler. fL 98 Q BV 8 - 8048 . wnwae » eie waet sv i-auJ 


57 PLYMOUTH B«H»arban Station I iMT BtTCK RPRCtAL^ i>D 10 ,i 

W 8 PJO. MtMlRlon axcellani.i healer and ntraa GRiltTS | ~L""" J'JL 2 J 2 ** 

radio Md elber aocreecriti 1 — — • - ■— - 


aw B pMWdoe tll Vie Waet tVj-lUJ ^ m.raa cr* a 

1844 1 -TON CRKVROLBT TRUCK. FirRI^NKD CADIN. KRATTNC BQ 


radio wd elber e«mi«nti ~ - Tvy ..w^ ~ a.;. **" FARGO HALP-TOW PICK Ifp. , 

. Sea thU ear at one CLUB COUPB. 8191 1 fwaler. $173 CV 4 . 8 NU. 

f^gwrponi— . ^ZOy^ Cadb ara Bar Rood. . — ' 

^f\ BTUUCBAKBR CBamplan'R* |S *1 (HZlBMoiftlLE. fin AX 18 . M' J-ton Cberrol#t*'trwA^ ORb^j^' 

tAOR ' — - ' ■ ■ — 

baaow .— 4 , dq'oob 4 -door'skdan 1 B 4 i PARTS, T 1 RRS aad 


841 R 844 < 
fUwr. all 
834 


— 1911 Ooveromeni street 


U 1 MAI.T ROAD — MAIN . - — . 1 - 


BIUB-BY-SiriR DUPLEX. WAUC- 


«e invue ymir •"dUIfY Pron.pt 
ainfe***.* ryiiieM mereal rwe* 
PEMMFRTOK HOLMES LTD 
irar i;„-.vnim*ni Si KV 


baaow ..— ^ 41 DOOOB 4 -DOOR 8 BDAN »M a-iato. *iev*-« mmu u^y.ni. 

,'MOHtta MDfOR f-Door Sa- ’ B 334 Bla nahard- AOCE 8 S 4 )RU» 

*“ $435 I88A BTUDlifiAliRR'CTiSTOM 

oar tape Phnoe^xv atw 8 . ^ fondubm. mbbq Dorn- widow 

••*• FORD OONVKRTTRLB. A-l *Nlmi Mutora EV b 4 ilU (* 4*0 

MASTERS MOTORS aba** 844 Caciua BV 4 OH8 rf.aowma Atem •abtm e**i borne 


OROintD FLOOR 
alM upaialri eo 

cooked V e a I • 
BT 8 - 4 N) 


- 841 R 844 U 1 MAI.T ROAD — MAIN ' — - - -- ' LOWER DUPLEX OIL STOYC i i ain'f-'M.*^ ninenl mereal rwe* 

_ II* ROO.M >nd BOARD | n„. <29 KI^ AND HVS-SS"*’*' •"*" “ i 

M M n * A tt t D « a — , NFNTN TO BT*NT*-~ — — - - cue Brokerioe. 1418 BlAnaharB - — -- ^ — 

Mid ioroU to to auJ. ROOM, I OR 1 ; ALL 1 UNtTriiNISHED VACANT 4 -ROOM UPPER tV 4 - 8414 . FIRET MORTOAOB UlANX - 

“fjlll. I “m «LifiT»!u,.ir'AM T'riu'Rn: cu tviW,. J0« «•« - »aRBBiim- to* 


OXNTLKMAN It. nXQUIRKS ■ np r — ITi ! VrvtT ruwirurtk 

roiun anti board. laeaU ta to au»* ' 25 J- UNpTiBNISHLD 

nh*il VMkRfiA* aul* lOUflQ XjOW fiOl* ^ ^ ^a ■ , , 

i )7 13 M . »V 8 *444 HEATED 8 - ROOM REIJ* . 


' utitutruVfJui rt>«^ 1 The Canada Parma- 

' unnUTPahed. EnplMh TwOP-type ro»l-i nani TruM Ca tlA Ptw* Ai ta< 

^ A-nro. M G-Be R'wl. aw'aM. • T«* 

Drr. i: drepr* MrnMwd. uu beat, - * ^ 


aloctrtc k lUhen A pl ^ 1144 Port! ^ »•*■> nwiBA _CaU_^^ 4 - 3 ^ 


FOR RALB •> AORERMBlfT FOB 
Sale, only charge on nrooertv 


[ CLARKTS AVTO PARTB, 


(W i«4 

home ' 


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• ; I SI/I^UBAlJI^II^KVl.tloa W naSa BV 3*4 441 

14 M NARK RA 8 fBLBR. IN OOOD 1441 OOOOX IN OOOO OONOl - 1 USED CAR A ND _ TRU CK 

eandltloa KV 8-8777 ilna Fbtei* OR 1 -MI 4 ■nrto. Un»M Autu WpmWora 


bdme Very beil •< far*. Cat 
I' eer y me QR 8 - 83 T 8 

,OAk TUV ROOM ANn~BOARn 


Park, fuu 8 -fut: 
•upplled KV 8 - 


I MODBRN BACUEU 34 I BUlTKl iCi^ •,'12 

.heatad. aleeiM* atove and refrie* minm. 


J.L ■ .. ■ - ■ . ‘ r r . T, ** I elv JbfTl 8 Jl Da« 4 d Street , , . . 

minJ?**? 72^ rT» rmevr RTTW box 'ootxj ' vacancy SOAIU). labor bon- R«J 0 M POH lady all FOI.'NO apanmaal. Rat «aUr taeot* NEAR BEACON KILL mBATEI) ' ROYAL OAK liireGALOW TMNEE J!? Sre'lrtSlil" 

AJ^V MB QVMItt mojto A-l aaodlUon KV 4-8804 fUit - ‘U *uluWla (er 1 ar couple ,\m Rorhtand Avenwr ' wL Quadra at HiUalBa AdaMa , LrewvMd Ralb refneerelnr eler rrmm%. ftm tiPrhen. HtUry. toil,- **1 

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••••« Su n laialheae peiVgt. INimw (rirt. Ne-r Inia line Rraaxhatoe «l*bfd. 174 NM Ourdatt Street jg(K- hM. rentreL 
,EVL 44 BI eyenmga tenlEvlaW. ^ODERN ' SELP-SwAlf^ST^ ' ♦«" 


, -.frV **•' *"* bmier gorage TOE 

^AftoK ?*on?^K 4 i aSg*" UOtTOR Ihrlcte S Ca^M 

Afler > pm, KV aue^j^. jAIBMIBB S Co. Lm f,«t sv 5 - 4119 . euea CV 88444 . 


1 M 7 MBICURV MOTOR RS- 
buHi. enlr I 8 .B 4 B miUa on It; 
alM other paru OR 4-1844 


rr 4 -N 78 ,Nirr nfUNiAHEO rooms 

BBOROOM LIVING ROOM“pRI- 

vale bajh Oak Mae near theatre PUU.V FDRWIRRRD 
KV i-iadl ! manib mm oBir BV l-9ii 


MM- tv 8 - 4 ML 



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lll■l■(■ kl) rcitmft 

i n**iinv 1 > Oil- 

I lu tciiiiwlt 

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*"'r <p»r« ter 1 brd*n>i, 

'•■'iClir < ID tor plumit.nr Larc* 
LK fcrorata DR. full bitpmmc 
Oil hra' trr*d Kt'-unda «( I 
41 '*" aiuab |srJni in looK 


ivbnii U to Ibr taar 
(irouir’U: 0 m*nf 

t<> lib* fanilf *it& tL 


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• a. ' hai? othar lo*Mr i»eM 

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ir lunnaf inroroiation |iiea*e 
1 Or«fn Of aitvt 6 tratii-i>* 


Idome 

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774 roBT 


t««Tw» CaB RiM’IlKL MIIBI 
tv i« 7 l 1 or ICVMlta KtrtJ 
«ro SorurlUf* «f Vlciiwis U 4 . 


- 4 ««rr la?rl~Urf« utihlo rooB. 
3 lood-iiard 'wdroomt 4 'Oiaro 
btthroatn (urnoea raon Dll bot> 
w«trr hcaiint. Double carnort 


C«ttM« Ucair tor«t »4 
»od homM 3 bkxkt to but 
iiurh tirahail out Douciaa 
Thu bama hat full co* 


h lor thu lo*rU 
bubtoiew uiih 
au«'t'«Ua diaint 


rniRia oM ho'b oorb tida. [»*n 
mm (MI ••^'Tlufiiiv. rail CUk'l 


HW otaHfK* btlnhof) Con bo ooaH* 
Oup'nant for ftirthtr itaUtIa dial 
MiiMER M SMITH CVS «741 or 
tv 4 TIM. H-irtNaaoiani BocurtUaa 
M VIctini 144 . 


r»>m. ook fWm. at»r|iiua aaMnat 
kltrhtn wttb vU ronca indudaH. 
Punk, t c*Ml rlHHl badr'Vimo. 4 niero 
rambruM bot\ full ramrot baaa- 
mant hot olr funwev. Ikimid rwf. 


tain PHICt .. ' O# ' 

inaoMwtbl* irrmt I 

Kan •diroMw fV l-TSTB. 
ftro. OKl'tlM 


OuidBrvt BubOUUIon. 


Jrihfi (Uair U 4 . 
KVS-flCL 


km Tlaw 8 ira«t 


IM i>ar TMr Pull tva 
Marta foravb «llh tmall 
hmiaa paa ibla and ai 
* toa (btt )i (ba boot boa 

■SUV $10 

Call WbUor Amoi. KV t-i 
I ALinCO DARMTTHAtt « 
Luntiad 

III* triMd IHrwt BT 


to fot ptofOMa 
da 70 Tieioru Cr< 
PtitKii 32 M 


t PRANCNtBI rOR 
land, sauinc *$** 
^tam Blaea Pufla 
>at and oMrtmnt 
a for rimolnOar of 
ba »«M for uoo* 
nadtalo lola I 4 .TM 
airad. Vletorlo Praat. 


CMHvanmK to Ixu. atr,fpa. i«<a«'l 
■and trhiird. nr Aliiul 1 Vn to fl 
Hnirr ati>o R^roUani twaixiR. ffa 
^a«oM» Cfmttr, KV I.Mt 

— xur V__— _ -T 7 - »AY ,‘3 BiniMK MRQE KPP 

W tX ANDRR 1 PS XTRRTrr U chan. wttlMy ran, llvwi* rm. d«m«c 
Anhuf K. Hajnaa Ud.r rm «fpnT HumbMg: fun awnanl 
«■*« Mrort. ilMitJ. dwoln nrofn. annd r»<ndl- 


OWNKR LBAVTRO VTCTDRU- 

** 4 ll arti <n>rtl oi^hliatM<{ •’dlfra 
•hop hut'rwM Ixm r*frt 0 *»ar rUy 
ramro. Bal prtifU oponf* I 4 cC »r 
KvmiK It^ilt VlrWlo f'raoo. B«ui 


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c» rt jrvt fi(v>nrut pr.i.., ii 
u : to vVf.it r-auiiuniiot onu 

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ktir A Maafadron 
H'*''hw«ai«nt SfHMn>»n« n» 

L'd tV 31741 (ttitata i-n>ul 
iLV^vjTi'”** laattlanca 


AKB TOU ftfn.'CIVIN(t tlUHTULV 
pavDMrua uo uo ooianra inaim u 
fAi if«*m Iha tala rd a.air p<<t-i*>it' 
Mata la »\nt.* chanra k ch lmma.« 
ala eoah fio 'auu'ly. CunUi-> 
„ RHJC CUakmaH 

M. «iBa*a Uape . 
WmU, CASH U VflU. avajuuA .1 

HOKTilIVKVrKKS iKCl'HITlES 0 > 
VKTTjfUA tm ' 

. _Bl ¥•■<•• ai. Vh'iitTj 
tv $'€741 $ 4 * Notir P*if>o* 


, 115 Bl'RINRSS 

OPPOKTI SITIFS 

I -** ■ ' 

CtR & STLPHbNSON 
LTD. 

FIRST CLASS 
PROPERTY 

K>ahaM tralfx* raitnt €»l 9 lot* a»f- 
>a>*Moa lUuatiuB KuU daialb 
atailaOla au apuilrailon 

I 

NEW 
12 SUITE 
APARTMENT 

■ Ona and i«o o»iii<uin> >utnr« 
»>iMat cviotfO iluicA t'l'taa* and 
Pinmbtnr »ra*« <<11 ruat Kratit 
Inr naruoanrv thi> rut PTf*Uca 


115 m'^SINERS I 
OPPORTINITICS ' 

EXCLUSIVE ' 
5 LUXURY 
SUITES . , 

Investment 

• >«nvit f.tr €f*ri«u« liatra. f 

• ti*s orttinal Tjdar ittU and 
rham DtsiMuJ aiixirtii* thaua 
Inrattan idral'fA* xaUrrmrri* in 
<hr rnntf ■iciira'>lt r»>i 4 reuar aoU- 
a(aa ID $i'’turi» n»‘f romtinr'i. 

• tu;trt. fullt btOAUIaomad 

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t*i»'* ai*!" ranta* -lumal fV • 

aiiir< n>. atB>'(*r mniinl tor rtrti 

• •.tfr jarO* (brautn ^ 

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r.i Um,. all* rnt,-/ullrO. fulli I 

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1 ' 1 't mrT.f tur froa.r ami 
vv . .r. B* •* drjor. ball ilahu *•- 

"..iiTia larr |iQ«f)o p.,r 

• b*r ;!';wma o'lrMiai n>u oui. 

a'obdlns ii-»\ . 


Rifn Del J^far^a 


150 norSRS FOR SALE 150 HOUSER FOB SALE « 150 BOUSES FOR SALE 


Daily Astrolo^ 

SUNDAY. -NOYKNIMKII 2 , 11)58 
• T twloy* Vuoiation: '’Coium'Ipmcp u hunler than 
our viicfnies, KtioWa* niuit*, «ircuM *.7 vtiih mnie nii'fiy.' 

rjpnrcr hJllci j 

Sunday lor Kvoryone: DpvoIo th(x flay l«» prrsomtl' 
JniPi-Pbfs. Catch Up on nwl, aitciid to waotroln* m ’ 
health, ciyuy ftomp safe iorma ot ipbixatinn; avoid 
upM‘ 1 *. d'lsofttO. 

IaimI* for \'oiir Rirthdiitp and Hirih'«ti;n lietotv 
MaiDi 21 Ilf April 19 • Arles) * KiiiiMh ihinu-** atnund' 
the houx'. propt'ii^, in* tiirtlul w^th Ihiiv* in aulluajty 
Api il 2 m to May 2 d iTmirust Promote undcisiand 
Ing \mOi IhuM* okiH* to )ou. kei'p numd.s. i*fnotionb txm 


TOWN &- 
COUNTRY : 

homes^ltd; ‘ 

)923 Ouodro St. 

“PAHKINU M> PkUHUJd” 

WALKING 

DISTANCE 
$ 1 500 DOWN 
$1500 

4 it iiw.m l..«ra'U'rA r.lcf-lit" 

•lU.. -oJiiKlu* la a '• I • L..t’wn 
P'lil b’ B ' c» f "r.'- 


Frank A. Martin tavi 
A gencies Lfa. \ 

nil tLANtnAiia «3 Or I I I r\L. 


nil tLANtnAoa ja i 

Jubijee Area 

I immoculote Condition 

|a><'.iV'd .I'R a €u>»' boi.lrva**! 
'■•>•( iD ii,|i lait lUaliaUa 
' • ■ all at>n>atiiimrn. l*.i»- 
I'l. n >u. ■•raii'i < tii.ai* 

•• ■<. vaira* Vrrtr aiiaari-- 

I .1 fi.rd Urina «il» ii>r 

t <1 F'j'U BWKirra caiau*-! n:- 
• t_-i »>:rd lor raiurr Mu ba<«-i 
<•> I' i>i>i air h. 4 ' tr ..4 

• I- .... 4 - r Tl''» I', wr ii*' 

' -.'a' »i ab'tb ita bai br aui- 

... $89ST' 

, i.. tirv rail D Munra r>it •-iau;> 
ir .•If '* a\ a I 7 IU 

Try Your Down 


’ Ml POUT tTHPrP ev €'» 0 H 

Youn PuoTkcnoif la ouk 
ruorriuitoM 


500 

LITTLE 

DOLLARS 

DOWN 


BtUn (Bolcmlft. VicMria 27 
ISunday, H*v. 2 , 19 SI 

154) iiOL?j±:aja)B saus 

B.C. LAND 

& Investment Aqencv Ltd. 

I M Vrara la lt«ai k*i*la 

'DELIGHTFUL VIEWS 
* SEA AND OLYMPICS 
TEN MILE POINT 

I O'M >OBid fiirdly »i»H 4 »r a nif«r 
loeatmj — wth" praiartian troia 
*- ’* amd: . V*r\ uatl b«iH bun* 
.4 .... »iib !«• Ir«i*ii Pir« 
• '..lanra hail UoBt a'lrari**# 

Ul abJ OR tn liua «i(b uxiura 
(armt Iha mt« 3 |(k 4 
L.J' I*!' K'irbtn «i:n braak. 
U*i (Pair Opra luirviir t« 

S ruuAd iirrl. aiiuli na« laraa 
rn ,uhti fp. 1 Mdrm ir» bath* 
rth ?.,Trb }*r sioi* DiBirn*. Pur- 
,tia*r and Iao''dry rm ONOUNOa 


UONtV TO LOAN 

fallouioa aaouBU 
tu hrat •grt.'aia 
llbAd I 3 3 M |J*M 
M 4 «* It pa*. $4 730 • I 4 fcl.r 
MOM HUMS 
Currant rata n( mirraat 
No dtlari Quirk dtclaiOM 

■lum. £«J«^»aiKc.u 
1 < 7 $ tiananaia St. IV a-arn 


can ba bacdiao far 


CITY ^ 
SHOWROOMS 


will -tlrabla rr.ld«nrt ' ' ‘ ’ ‘ ' 

•* tan aa>mn** tio n l« money m-Ttieis. IwlongjiiRN. . Ecomimure re c.x 

paiti'*>: a«i pr *•» Urm* Ta*. 'nondWlirrs 
;Mr m ..li.nd. rK* prmop.i. ^ 


Vgol-< I M*'n:ia 1 A'Ai>..i.V 3 T 17 * On ihu iii' 


*' •■th <arH*»t Tlia »■ 


i:jn, *V S J 43 >; 

CV 3 . 4 t 7 * 


lano* ir-..arr Uri ol fi**i ri»«« 
IV b-t 771 la b'irli.bulidirp «itn **•■- 

fJ^lrar.rac*>r . $19,000 


P n DROWN Ar SONS l.miTPR 
.I:J n*'.i« lirvri. Virluiu. BC 


f^i*anovf in Akii tiiMN'i _ 

I a $ rin* 

t'.'ilAld Krtc-MIN IN nUBBtD S’-” 
MAH'-. ANY 


I Puil arlrr o* hr 

l>;..VpU Allt IS ARRHAKI OS ' mR PI'RTIIFR 


*'* ARRRAHS OS ' fpR PI'RTIIFR PtnTtCtHARA DF\/CM|1C C 1 A * 5 *^/V Mrcnuthm li'ir 

YOlK prvwiw m.-»*axr a«J w.uid HiA** trONlACT H MHli KtVtlNUt 310.320 .* . n*» . 

jUr lo ratinaiMK ■« a.t,«r irr>i>« tV n rm. a L WAONfcA A.SY' .S<*pt. 23 lo 

EXPENStS $1685 'am,Mrn...on. 


tiuiiua U Vtrtoria Lid. 

eniyATi MonroAnt^ puno», 

arailabia Inniacl'atrir (am or 
ppipll amauaU A fUraaru « Co , 
L«J € 7 $ fort itrtat kV 4 .|Ji» — | 

143 WANTKD TO 

BORKOW — 1 


teen * iTTPiitMios LtMirtn 

•M OoieramiDi IL 


WI’l 111 Tti* I'! lltA HKiM I'-'u ."*10 P!th tr 


$8500 

1st MORTGAGE 
WANTED 

On a tond irtret "I irraeua In a 
tap iMPtlon C UallHt. |V 3 > 3 t 37 
anrtiDia. Wtatarb Itcirara 

115 Bi.<IN»S 

<)riM)KTi N I ni;s I 

money-making" 

AUTO COURT 

w* arr faritma-r t» oM«i for the 
tim luur Uiia nnVrarW'W ■••un*' 
Puli' cuuii. All uni'-i #('• *^ilt 
aturcp Pith brown am'aa •!('> 
bJua DuioM .' *^r i 1 '-vr - ip •.!■ 
Pf* black • tap|*rd ar traat r» 

C .n«ive Pril'krui Uan> ' 

•' nrr lumnuir f.ir ■•-.r iw* 

All aalii art aapmiivrU turn'-i i ’ w r 
and rpui'! p( *ppriou» l*-. 
riii-m fuU.aiard b-dioom* k>- ~ 

filar L'aaaa apiaiiapi »au. 

aatjuanl. acp*rnt rr*roijr i< $i; o-'.i 
tr*H'* and It OM n«i jfu: pa>«r 
auionatlr ail hraisni fi-aaaaabii 
down tMfant wUl bandir 

$65,000 

Canuci I. V rn SAUSDEilS 


INVESTMENT 
■ 3ECUR1TY 

30-SUITE APT. 

iiR''-*:- AN '"At. I\<'* ,'.ir 4 

III ' .<.<■(» til# .' 

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BUSINESS BLOCK 
• AND APTS 


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M 1 I.',' ' ' . M-T'- 

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FAIRFIELD 


fa 1 ' ’ priiuipa. Junp 2l lo .luly 22 tCNfUTr) - Tlic firrrnt Is on ytiu Phone Phil Strnpson 
»v 4 J 43 >: |Bp juflicioui: Avoid up.sets. InlKumnOx. your iAsf ifrjsu *f*t*^' 

' prcj'lipp. I I f^i*a( lOVf in AKIi tllMNri 

n BROWS A SON* i.miTrn 3 vUy 33 m Aup, 22 ~ BiUM l•l‘.rnpA ol * Krtc-Mis in nuDBtn 

'.'-I u»rt. Virimu. BC ,ir,.n«i|( ( psotiisTv. Rttchd lo aiToufVt? sol\i' i*“*’‘lnns A''*[,’ArM»)...*. m maki 

Aug. 23 to Sept. 22 • Vlru"' He ni'ftvr ui?|i fn«*lHlK; Yi mji »y»i 5 nI ahki » 

JFVPMIIP 4 Lin * 50 n Nlrcnuthen IniniN witli tdhcis: avo'd ilsk'- * ptHm 

scvtiMUC JilU.dZU 23 .J.J ,x.jhnii SidPir.i.*k ilomrsiU* ni,» m 

EXPENSED familN tension. Aitond u hr;il'h, dirt ; get r<*vf, c stRi-coirr i;ijs i/nes ViciR 

^ ^1003 (Sontpiiv -Arr..npP U, hP wi.h ?A*:»W 4 ‘r ■"vfrnS^V'iKv' 

15 'Su.te Aport House loved ones; onloy Ktfp hums of finMlom. plfasurc; us* , fui'L ak?'“, . * bc-iit on 
R ocLIond Areo vaip In Inmpit. Ann»r-'i.r u>r 

, t ii.a,Mki Nov. 22 In Per. 21 •Sn'rlUiiriusl • ’ Aiu-nd ,lo m'mev t-n $16,950 

’ !•' •' mniir*!^. budget. domc-siJc. family of^rtli*-; curiai' i-'.-ti-vi id* • • 

' 4 s|H ‘nrt!n d *' c.a;i iv;rr'- r >rr ->47 

22 to Jan 19 cranrlcnm) — Uaich up with 

' ■ Vi.,.; •„%’,( lefiri vviUlnr. visit*. <ontnrt«. l<ut «hun upirls Mi^nM 

c ^ *.\ou:iriUA'- Plan to hi'iii*i ymu Ivjl 

f ” 555/000 wardrnho r»r fimncinl s* give s/*r\icp. CADRORO 

I v'~T^'^ 4 ai •■>>( n< Krb. 19 lo March 29 il’l<rps' rirriim'-innis'H rend 

to altp'r plnn*' rhll«'i=ophli il: rnnko i'dUibtniPi'i'- BAY 

orth^*‘,lern Securities Plnnn^TT'T Atm.nd flood f»*r eofei nimment. viwnhil r,i. ; « <.. » .s, abaa 

or Victorio Ltd. Hy_ \o\. f*. 12 . H. •"'TTrA-Tn','!*,..-!. <rr',... 


$9950 


«'• hava )uai rr<ar»rd Jt |»fa m U**'- pa‘*r C 07 Rfin 

'nr n*w 'Chaifclra' •l.P-dlii'Pa . *U r.rat Ptira .. -P^f 
and a- tan bdib] juu a Imr:} rXCLt’AUfl LilTINO 

hom» for ai w« a* A',.,** ^ Baatbaaa. 

laiw (tua.t If Vbu lakr adtantair. 4 4113 anruma. 

of uur oanrr uatU>i, 0 AUab olaa RPAI ITICI II 
It-' 4 t». Urtr, lU VS.^r^yj.Cii:krxr^ 

‘ t« all aTikea. vouoTrl OUcENSWOOD 

lu.nc PHI) riiv rvU 4 «'mfi>rt aiurro •rmi'buiiaa'’-’* > tend 
rtMat leu a). buriJ«t uu a piay roum* <1 <«n Cgprr«l»a iiairaav 


CaQ >lr. CUV narabaae. ' 

KV 4 illt 101 (tirit. 


C. -'.M 

7 -K’-.i V 

Ann«f-'i. r 1 «,rr 


Bl'IIT ON 


$55,000 


Northsresiern Securities 
of Victoria Ltd. 


r;;;'-- ‘ si 6,950 

I • T I- VI ID* :• 
tall t$‘ ; R; r > r t '.47 

HIGH 

CADBORO 

BAY 


— MONDAY. NOVKMPKP .1 ID'vft 

Four-Suite Apt, T'ld.iN's'QuntMlnn: '■|{p|nim nnlv yiMirurlf, tor In 

CHOICr •l"in[j*that you tlo r\ci*>ihing." Momi. ugnr. 

OAI^ RAM ’\lnndny f.«r Fv<*r>cne: M.»k** ihn a ro.iiir-r d.i\ ; 

\ I f'ltih up with ortim.iry anil ur-'mp^'i ’ ml Atli’i 

LOCATION '•'^n>n nriU evpnmc. Iv aint.il !•' lo li.ivo ,i l'i'-hI Mno* I'o 

k ., 7 . . „ I ”‘*tofu| i ll rnijip and avoid up*.oN 

i'n.( .n‘V»*r . r-' ‘oM'fv IdKiIi for Voiif Rirlliilitlp nnd Blrlli*»i:;n O'-low 

h.i*'. ..-aii! ■ O'", Mnrrh 21 In Apiil !:• 'A*i.*s' !?<• imum.i.i..,.' ol 

• ^ $24 500 ^Idci.s: mall. Mill gn'Ml will of hiehrr up- 

< ■' ..2 , AllP'Oi'i'U ii'lav. 

4 Apiil 2 ») fo M.n 20 'Taimisl - r-Mch _iip will, 

••'M i. df.vfi''. wrlilnjd. Ik* mnu-d home. Imetl nnn- 


’'TTTA'TrT.'!*,..- 4 - 

■ r API v» v'r 

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'■>>< pattnao'i a< *' a’v— 4 >733 auiliDit K v 4 411 $ am (tint. 

.’ur, hf'm- OAK BAY SOUTH 

'■'■‘‘baV'w’V.u vr CIORH IDEAL FOR COUPLE 

5>IZjU AUTOMATIC HEAT 

?? O'lnlan HriD * a' J b««dron«i Vm» a'lraitlia. raraativ |uru 
n* lor apr^n *b ■ i.,,: laiai $'«' /war in*iilpu<l aiucco iiuatplew 

'■ 5 1 O 9 nn <tl 0 7 *sh iraiurit,* Ibioarli ball ' L * 

' '* Pn>r ^ I U/fcUv u,i,« 5 !^, 'hapad llrina riK)in*dlninfl ruani. 

1 ir.,. ■ “ta ' ’ M'sif- rV )'Bi 4 € — ""** i«lrr>f,f titii.ca Pith uUlllV 

- OU'cr EV I'HOt. at»a 3 e>.'rouiB» and €- 0 ma bath- 

roum A.iiipiaiir oil partwruir 

Lake Hill STADACONA *^",^ 

-aAJ f -.a. ui IU> P 1 > *i':' .iil b*-*"' C*'*Mr Hnoa eV 4 - 4 ll$ pmiimp. 

Only 0 “^’’Vn 'WTo portage INLET _ 

LrW Down Povment r**** •'r*'’* — ■ ■ ' l,rs/V/ hni.wino with Ima »i#wi, Thia 

' ..Miirrii buiiaafow ti ailuatad on 

> ' - U ;-.i! 'a pr . .u.> and tr-B' au a..u of DrauUfuilir nnd- 

. ;,wrr 4 b,t for • . 4 a r-f- p\ A \/ ' * 4 o»d aardrn Houaa < cmA> 4 U. 4 *t 

, u- > 1 .!,» .Ll.— JA^Abj dAY ^ f»»- 

. .. I.i-k.ai- rrfr Jt MVt^v/ \ I [,..-»a»d diniiia room, tpo b'd- 

I r • Ll : k' - ll'. ai' (i.ronmci hocnr— tfi toott rifital >»«'p»« Obe with aunpoieh cabinet 

1 »:?* ; ;.'i ;.*l. r». ,r i..^, incottir Met ait-bcp oiin oiniiia nook. 4 «p.a 

dii iu M. P f na. -f . ■ ’ • fjga p., mup’.ii. aith 4 .oon'i let beta full liiaft baiement piUi 

I" 'lira *1 ffanrr CIO ^sOD *ifcP,btdro*ip uu MA drat, coo- 

Tn-' i. CIO Ann fuu Iss*« . rr hot aatei Una aaoaraia 


• • : , U- > 1. It* ; .1. I t\\ 

a-rVJ/’J H-focime- 

il.^B »:?* ; ;.'I *.• 5 * 1 . r». ,'f 

I - dii iu M. p f na. -f . ■ ’ •-—*;• *iaa p>i J 

J,,,'..* -ii--- !:• ilira (»•!;• li. t» Banrr 

-J r r /‘v $12,600 
$17,250' I 


STADACONA 


■ifiTf- m gaf ape t^p 4 U 

iroirt .-.n*e 51 T /00 

tuii I'tirt . V t I , r vv 


JAMES BAY 


Your Choice 


ESQUIMALT 


.'**i:.t’n-TwVi- $23/500 

T 

• 1, Mr J UieCfnrl* KV 4*411$ 


-■••a nararnt .UJ handle 6 -SUITE APT -HOUSE SV ' 

"'cp-pu*. ,.v rn ^OllY FURNISHED *7 . .. $ 12,500 

•..r.d.Ti ano'kvVbmLrivi.PTrt Rcvcnuc $470 Monthly 

WILL TRADE FOR 11 -^ pf nvv.. fu 
' duplex SI 8.000 ersK,Ar,rsr 

A nP I I IVP ' •''"deu,, r . bUNAHDt 

^IITCC CASH BUSINESS 

- . T T“-r ASSURED PENSION 

Cs .h Trade Terms i“^«':V''''',ui;a:/ ", 1 ;?;. VT r t. .>*.„n 

OAK BAY AVE. ’\r- ’*■*•'.■ '.n « .'‘Ji.ian.V 

' '•'* I'iLe ft's I e r\r 


If -ij bate a heme />r pK/rtaate* '* ■ 
and tome eaib to u-fr i-n ir- <m* la 
pri'prrtv ihen flo >pur«-i: a lp»jr , 
Dec UiU 4 vr-old bforc |«- ).hc i 
r>>ea and lw«*bo>lmn« auite* (> ' 

IIw braUne. larace- ''.urtir ar ; •' 
ut'lltr tPOPi All In Al r .-;.*v^v, r 
run partleuiara CO 1 — 

Piailabip iNiU pMer vO I ,D\J\J 
C. Ua'Iatl otfi'c. XY 3 -m 7 
home, tv 4 -$€ 7 * 

wnrrtRN noues ltd 


Vi'r*t;»Mi,fn pr, untlea of Vi • 
:-f.a Lid- €31 Yale< Bimi 

tv $»a.»i )4 ffi'ijr •ert.er 


DUPLEX ' 

FAIRFIELD ^Txcu^.^^ 

ru- prJr ** ^ LDHTTn 

•fi;. $13,500 »r*ci Vm-I.a 1 p.BC 

Htirr Krown. tv 4 •^« 33 . EV 4 -UJ 7 ~ — - 


UAkilM fiC .'•* > a** ...uim:'. - * '..II 

r*'.e t. wrlilnji, lisiip. Jk* nifui-d home. Imetl nnri- 

•• tenaa'* nr *B III flf leril''*'M. 

«R<! ir.*ar«n>-( 21 In JiiPi* 20 tO'*mu'l* T.imd rxjtPfi.iii.iM's, 

■,V $12 500 I»n>rr''sinn* Hrntl. vMl, exorl l.nt In nf 

* 4 :* Blit. f'tssft'T trriHxut. 

ry'. -^irCri.cVVf iU '’“h ^ ‘rnnrert- A.V.--UI fwirhon.il-U'; 

^ ^ diiiiT incur huM tp«'lins*i Curb p\p'*n<rp, iixkv In atN-r 

r ACl^^^l^,^!c^Kit~rr ' 23 M AiiC, 22 hdd*‘d rest; w.iUh 

CA5H BUSINESS ileimH- tnjoy minor, ploasuiabli* lemi.uT*- ui kf 

ASSURED PENSION . n*, »* i « 

'T.-'.-.r t„ Aur 23 to .«Vpf 22 ainjo) Rp r.-Maid.-ml.' 

• . 1 ; -rrj : J. in 1 .* r,. „ w ith fm*nd<. |n\ed i»ncA; akin ri>k* Rr>*t. n-Iax in RfU*i 

i’- 'rty e-core i.«*ai* #i O',** bi Mooii ,1 0 tveniniy. 

T 2-3 i.i f* r 2.' if.ibr.i' -Me diiufiil fow.i»'l-i pnr 

'.•.•tn.p' N *.»k pf.'i./n r’nl«. rld*'iv. home folks*. Afiomo**n: u*r* i.n i will, 
.e’l o\*r I’ '"O I ,r*i* M'lt f„.„ f-o.nit'p 
He fu'l tnirrire'"* V/m» i;*.,* •ri'Pii^. 

• 'W t^rV-^ m” 21 to .'»<)v ^21 • .*^rorpi<*‘ -- K.ill.'w dii* rr*men 

i.*r, pf.-*, T*f Finns: skip *'onlrQverAlai $ubjocls. Ik* pr;if 1 ic,il. dull 

fulln .iftri-nonii. 


MOUNT 

TOLMIE 

$1974 CASH 
PRICF, $13,500 


'$lL50d 

. 1 n , du« ' 


'flO • i h'*lpe i 
,• l.t r.iiti I. 

$10,500 


.r 4 il^;'''^, .; h;u n!;a oak bay noi^th 

• * 1 - i , au HI yrtrt SANOOWNE RD. 

. f. in.. 5 IJ./UU 3 beauty 


e} . : 

■ • > -le 


INVESTORS 

$6000 


V«' - TV 1 »f 6 . 
ES * !* S 


All Treats and 
No Tricks 


Tn;: line ivilar *t.aK« b>tn|a!e« la 
a I r-% k I II /“s 14 ^ ' ’-t*ri«=ru ne.-e jur tnr lira tuna, 

NEW HOME 

I'.i «/..' - I ■ yj-JtwrT^ ai Ttmteurai* r.-pdi- 

full * ''ll' - ' ' a- '•.•n i.>i- jaftuwi ana vm a*ar tna 

• • ' iiian iwy* C 17 OCA ’.^ 4 * it, 4 i»re.i.*o Bntrpac* and 

i... r-,,*| p,Ka ^ijfyjyj n..'i'i€b /la,; «Ub licr>t bireb pan- 

- "•/ rrar;.. 4 s likisf r-ibn ’Pi'.D 
urrpi.-. f dinint Toow. 

A , r" ;Uas'. n€ t*:iD«t k,i(hm «i!h 

A I Vyf *J j’e'f-i'u »'*el aiak. aup»>al. 

! ' I— «-/ Vp.*' plBW'**! ter auhpakber bcautitul 

aatr- (tpf II abore m Moant Sal.InMm. aLo 3 badronma 

$ie* di'" cl main I,ai 3 r Funy unprored 

dB*'i|bi baumiQt Piui remauao 
r)u« uiuiaxt fPf.m. parK»b,.p. 

ANOTHER 1 Jurnac* Icuat HOT WAllUl 

V... h»»,. 1 ml baa. ' UEAU.SO bf*C€* 4 ra» 10 lep- 

V*,.'} ”r anie laiaar. ::--r***ra Mlin area 


Renr-rrn 

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iir*^e --.’-L' O'-a b* 

531 son t'-’ ‘"T 

JJ I JxJv * •. . .fp( IP -umefu iBilir n *A 
P"-tae I V. Kd Bt !U:U:i ' •em. p' N *. »k nr- ■ i, /p 


Lake hill 


• HP. .'.•menv 1 *. ;* 

lio:. 'Tiiu 


6 -SUITE APARTMENT 

FAIRFIELD ^13,500 

ThU nrrTiam «-,uita eonere.ion ‘V 

h IB parfeet conditiaa tbrourii- 

•f $3 i*t. fl.ttvic ove* J 3 *'. afwr I /^/r\ 

■11 rapenu* Tharr la obe * *“ 

barteler tuHa and lira 2 >baa> 4 -*uUa hirrk net*ira 17 *» Wr'k 

wm niilai uhirh mclid** a l•rae ap«-r*Ari iai b**r « ft U'n» 

varr ntre luUt (or th* o'.nrr *r l €1 (i d*«p. 1 era lad tn ihr 


Belt toralwa *Oil haat. «u 

$31,500 

UI.ANO HOMKit LTD 
Mr Clatkf Xfr yrDnnaV* 

OR 7 -€ 3 lO OH 7.3111 


GRILL 

STEADILY INCREASING 
RETURNS 


RETURNS bargain ! 

Valuahl# Mcai.^ci r'*mpVfl* ITV ADCA 
to li'Ma 4 rw.rfht n„, | s.* • ' rvrscfA 

T- brick— concrete 
storage 


-no:ir«l apar-meni area in 'e»n • 

L„i„, “.' 1,7 

f* I T fiunipe-i. *jp»* n:.'e 

r*-i mdl r*»r •« manace eh" r 

m... THE CITY BROKERAGE LL'L. /LTTn,*": ALV'’f .f' ' 

[ 1911 Blan'hard. , m-nt l( rpj ar« »er • *t ,e«rr 

, IV 4 .» 01 l TV 4 *€l€. '-e* >n inrpfp. 

> *»:? Q- •>' • 'P IV ii'iii.:; iti 
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n> A ra A I a I I I I ‘‘^RRV ROiTTR LTD. , 


v:*v^'.‘"Vvr;''. 'rundv ci qqq noWN 

! T'f '*1pfii.XVi.*''''T 'ions: -kip •onirover-Uai subjocls. Ik* prii(Hc,il. duti PPP MWOPiPl 

1 *.;. f.i. MR fulln .iftri-nonii rur\IN WV-7V-/L^ 

rviti-n ^ tS*->cin.-.rluv> - Srvc f nrrrvTTI^THri^^nl^'.Aiow VY-V u 

jndrmcnt: hn d.plomMu* ^tL'^ 4 ^.rYT%AV¥^^VR^?.V' 

_ (in Dfirmndn .iiid pvpninp. i.i' i crMTiuAia i\.s ' • wp 

arit'^VH^.iS.Tc J*"- nr lu^t rv>urtr*nu«. Ti*.-n- rv :.;i:€ Vir." 

4 »Tperf Anmn from othrrx. (, on«*rvc Miality, fmanrcit Re miij;?! i*p. acr. m lai 

• ,m nfrrrnonn nnU pvrninR. fn 

3DERN Jan. 20 to Frb IR lAquariuA' -Atinnd to wM* and ROCKLAND 

rr ni rnd-i. wiitih dint, health (lot.i!la. Afiernoon: be mn — 

IE BLOCK ^ld('r;«tn. frinndlv HEIGHTS 

S4 Onn Fnh. 19 tn March 29 iPl.^oM) — Fnjov ymirvlflr TrnkAr 

harmk-*.*;. Inexpensive wV**aAttnnd to wardrobe. 54 I ,OUU, 1 EKMS 
dmiot le* be«( an<( details in af'emoon. hXprwT c a a rt b m a n » ii i e 


.' ' p. 4 * an ai't.,: 

I ‘-C n> Ai-i a. 'll a f'lH :r-* 
A ! • ' * fr-e ’* tiuo 

.*;, .* $8700 

• -',.■•'1 ii'>*n ' 3 i*',b» ’f--' 

!,-« vin.lit >e’ fTa> a M*r<lp >i«'i 
a 1761 pr ur' fV 1 J(* 63 . f- 4 :i 


9 ..2 r". r. nA^TbM* toll fraaued polta area 

» * 1 « jiirA^^ Thm Itii latdrn AnproaimaUlT 

IP. emi. J hof*. a»» NIfA -U***,! *iih natiJla ft ulU be • 

Bir«.uta Ip fho« jiBU [bu attrac' 

i-akf Hill Sl^ 

I—/' IN L. Ill L_L> e-aata *a li^r Mr W O Cammo 

f... r.-i/m at 1 V 4 4 U$apiiiat. 

r-rr tMp pta n.; day rouMiur- NPW HflMFC < I 
*100 r/,*' tmn.eoiai* pa*»e»«i,m , ^ • 

) t*d.*'*if**: full ht«»i»teni ot LANSOOWNE PARK 

t.a.t <\ br»iiiiul h»m« in a 1 Qua,nj j.badroom bore and 
■e.uiiful area. Tr-^* wa; >■ ridluc b-bc>i--- Jii»t tomphtod 

_ $12 600 f*r o«t«pan<r imranfa 

- — ' nr ee *e , (,n.j lar#* Tifiaa-d.ntQa ruotuA 


Secluded Seashore 
Property 


over IJ. (• at* »t'i-. 

l* 0 'uf^-*,*e »;«• bne'ltrad bar 
■ •n, arrv n| lapd Pooded but 
i'tred ap«i lan<lkea*,*a -ar<'wv<* 


- rr '■r ^ ' hall la larst lifina-d.ntot rootuA 

f t tnfor 4 'ino on ti*ovp a.]< 'fran kllL-hen (aaiurtec >nabPf*nr 
r.*/-«,» pi.i'nr B Btephe*** cr K*i> rabinata, Mpprr taataaara. ai'.b 
■i«r«n IV 4 .i 7 $$ aartima P*>* creap *uaaal-it* a are«ini 

Kara* duiaUr ;-iunurir twun alf. 
TUrra badroom* op* panallrd fad 

$1500 DOWN 

I W.A 4 ^ » » « n ru*p.i» roun tl lir 

TiAk RAY atufjoed. tirtulare tomptoied. 

'■/enrv. o/*> 1 Pl'imi'ief routhad-io (*? lu'uf* 


$1500 DOWN 

OAK BAY 


MODERN 
7-SUITE BLOCK 
$54,000 


•Kne 3 -i>*ari/(,ai Mueeo bunia- At'rarMre ivp-brdrpom ho*** fto 'n>l*t aod a*«in. ipara far ritra 
''■• «•»* «ui/i<w* liunt raata ci'ir: ttrari larar lUioa room beartx/dti Srpataia carpori U OM 

,,■« atiKna r.oarn et/eplarr S oiHi ttrvpkara brtatal eteciMe bui MndlA balapre arrapfad t*rt 
-*.rN*.em nit hea'e<i in*i* a I- ii-'h*' barduood Uotiri throutn* i: moarl C 1 Q OCfV 

itfitvnnm r,in«, hn»i» »ri tn th* "Ji 0 *n.Sd heal earpatl ffjca Prtca y I y.TOU 

'rer« Tiiii prin'Tir muit b* 'oi Cl**.* (0 U»a bawh ** ' 

la * 1 * am-rafia-r** I«li JT'/r <10 000 *'*"“^tJ*'^** 

Reaiennbl* ariead 'ra y irrmai ^ ^ U,YUv r*ncl'fr VlUl J badraoma, 3 .|Mlh« 

CaU Hal Wrieh' OH $-* 444 . 
tv 4 -thM 


details in afiernoon. hXprwT c a a rt b m a n » ii i e <" Bireen 

^ P*AC$H 7 Hi* DIALiitPt* UIX TV 

Pl.innlnc Ahe.id -Good for entertainment, toclabtl L'Ji,'*',,,**'’'''** ‘ 

»>. etc.. .Non. 6 . 1 .. M , i*r*'’ 3 iri*t homlb TitHovi.ii l 


itfitvnnm hn»i» *ri tn th* "J' 

'rer« Tliii prin'Tir »urt b* 

*a«a la '** am’rada'r** lu 

Heaiannblf pricai) 'n 

Fae.u*lral 7 Uatid «>'h 
C Bireeu I> 7 >o««lrr 

CV s-' 7 .;a» r.V $•I>l 3 

Offiea CV I 1704 


• nalei^d b« c\>n* 0 lli*a»ed Me»* Faat'irr,. Ire i 


re* fTVbtd Br/pn Hma A(**n 

tWiAV’- * MANY USES .^«''T:rrVf:%=v.rr;i;;a\”;[ 

_ . roWKK tt,»:vAi..n v ‘ rwri «•»■'*'»<« an »h* ia h.ci.»** am tu,|,i*u*» ,mk- w* *u tr-mrh%e 

Vrtuabia rtiy ^ra pmpart,. aua- ;::r. 


MOTEL 

PLUS RESIDENCE 


5 BfSlNESS 

OrrORTlMTIK^ 

RANDALLS 

ltd. 

14 RENTALS 


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etn rn, 'arc* far npr.rr. tl' prict; 

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a hi* fnr 

Assembly Holl 
. Club Rooms 
Church 

Wholcsole Outlet 

fna furtbaa Bab«i,si(ai» *** 

Mr. Ow c< BwinartiM-A CVITITL 

EVerm. -- 


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lirvviw FM.L I'KirK »TT*rn fnr :r.i? I'.i**# 

UOWh PAYME.vr AHl’HfiX li'an' r-**e *ni.HMr hrran tar fgr ’ 


. $25,000 

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3 SUITES 


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b-''-r* tb* *li>n>al* at M mrnib-' 
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We hkT* « eiiert san* bg 
A DliCLEX LOT* 

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A ad nthm aanttr.a 

4 To I «riTT APART-Mrer 
r.eaa* ab«b* »aur lutind U 


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PIcose Don't Disturb 
Owners 

l ?90 Ha i 1 :a:p 3 Pedroenn* 
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Call Hal OfVuiYai^iMc'J^ 

I\ 4 -tiaa Ira aiepa. aaalJ cardan. Blata an. 

iranr* ball, nabufapr panaliinc. 

CITY-FERNWOOD iV.e r/ . ^^uaXr, 

>-*M»B hoira on Mia tina 9 Blorbt f*vta fairuar la veur back rarai 
fr'en irhivtl. ) (»edr«otoa bvtnt Laaieiffnl rer/ tape, (bi* kpacleua 
i/v>n- 12«13 It'aa bitrhap full raneher it cnet 

retneW ns»emf*»i. aaparaie rar- orired at .. „ _ j(JL) 

e'li Prltr ****“ $8950 NMA €-3 MOftaaaa 

u'b“oui;;iv'^f’^4 mf*'**^*” n«eis:!‘,'i"'ii,u.« 

Ub Ollbpdv rv 4 - 1313 . PJiaa* t«k far Mr.'w O CamrrPB 

T \’ 4 4113 aojniaia. 

FAIRFIELD THE B C I ANn 

Thrre.b*dn*«m hnmt nealt daet»- . Ji , 

ra'.rl Ihrouahaat L<iD> rmim * UVVMTMIST AllERCT LTD 


FAIRFIELD 


Thrre-badr**«m hnait nealt dam- 
ra!*Tl thruNahaut. tiitaa ronm 


DAVID R. McADAMS 

Memirr Itoal Kra'e lUwrd. 
Raw Canada Tniat tUitg 
JU» Broad SL f^ -w* LV$nak 


I I 1 b - 1 II I n J ki . Timor, tnom. oriam aiirnan luii 

/ I If V.„/L- ' Drond (New .'■fent baketneui rctra rw.Pi m 

r— y-v i-» e- ... - , ^ b**em*nl dnvf-KL karate Al- 

l^(|D^P T’"*. tiacure rrMind* ' rhoii'* Watioo, 

VjV«,/r\OC '•'‘W'aa rlotpia J)r«uii(i|t |.«|o< » 

..... i. -n. %llb larper (irem.ia eMiiire.i 

l-rAriOtJR roMP*'HT. IMVArn rine.iee ftrlra i# niimc Baauiarl BV 4 - 3 )*€. kX 4 -*Cj 3 

I ! . ? ri-P AXi.JMiRa A.vil A «>» dlpina room aiih untou*' 

ULAL FAXC’.V Pt.O< 3 R p(Aa*-^lU>lp i*iina eauinai (ml aabmai' 
f"*MDrKX TO XfAKr iii:i ?<(ia 3 t'eii»i» uun ema le*Au»*a 4 iw* 

11*4 FO rr IlKAUTY tie »ar>it* baUirnom Cpa 4 .*ira aTap-R|TJlT POR TOMFORT 

TriRiAf (IIWT RUV IR inia All oak fimr* ptuk tllod kWebao. .V 2 >*I . . lYllJr/- ' 

jvt f OH PAXIILY 1 AUitrT and balhrn'tm A full b 4 *>a«ai , AND IDEAL LIVING 

in IT'TRIC KrrrHXH Tiaurr dn*a-ln rare. a Uunrir? tuba sll 

ITlLirv RWM mN bet air haaiinr fm* let u'lh Hare you arrliad ai lh« paaiiiop 
VATN FLOOR OIL-O XIATIC aruai rencrete «alh* Raadv far «btrr roa aouM hka a baitaf 


iniar.tnom. briaht kUrban fall *n Q«*eramrnt 8 tr«*t CV t- 4 lt$ 
rfiient baketneiii rctra rot>pi m ■ 


MONTREAL 
TRUST CO. 

im UOVLflKMKMT BTHSST 

UPLANDS 


•her de'ai:* CV 9 - 133 $ anriime. Threa laraa aalt-contamrd mi'n RTVAHU AM tWVtJTWZ.VT to LTD OIL-O MATICl aruai eencrete aalk* Raadv far «brrr »o« aonld iik* A baiiat nnu-T DtlKAU * na»*\« btt* 

■ •a.'vi ret>nn« I » vnitB iim >a* ■> ana . . t > Tall nmitr.0 *n,/,_a>... ««/ ^ m-,, prle# J I y-Mir IrO'lbln at* ®V*r! Irratoas- ■alit.ta..! .<.. 1 —. .. 2 ,. ! 7 " f** 


km-iri tneoae makn t*nd lp»e.'. IP TOUR HOl'HC IR TOR nALT WB Oaorre Thomrtne CV 3 7173 


7-SUITE APARTMENT 

3 YEAfS OLD INVESTMENT 

rsiYe;Te’«"iriV-‘^:j:^i^'^^^^ opportunities' 

II - ralarn pb teauWed i/<«>aiaien( * *> ,t** ... 

T 7 . 1 . lrwbla.fr*; block la rUnr t ^ tn T 'ui -- 

far Ian than copalructlnn rnau u 
Ttrmt and fan fina&rlal detalU 


Cw-I....' n*'*n* isnooifi'Vn Will eon .Wer , ramiUa Utitnai immedtalelf ta 

uXCIUSlV6 I email b-iDral/m nr |/>e.l tenriiad* fha O’ealer Virlana arau Imme- 

BRAXD NLW $ .tITC APART- ' "’pRirr $ 1 4,700 ‘4'!?,.lt' 

nt AOY n"* otriT^SCv’^U^^^^ Mr KanAvi r.e. I V MttT ar WATT TO snu." 

i«T ear'll S.I i-i » ki/.MtiiM, r. $!• Ihni# fves >\ l-a4l4 Piemwlv .i>a*ed i* Men xi m* *bv 


Re*. OR7-r71. 


Tour 111 
Call C J 
KV 3 * 7 $t 


Mf\: OtMi it* liiQl'irdAt f 

ntAOY pl'ii otriTxscY ucr 

irr r*cH hiil iquu'pio 


TRY $1500 ^ 


WATT TO sni.L* . . 1 . te ■ -/w V 

fTm^rtv .i.a*ed ii ^eii .«i m« nav ?'T BAl.AVni aB RI XT 0*4 


tiTfaki. Ur 

$ti ,*p Ml'AfA l^t 


VeTrrittmV; 7 x^ri%i.nU“ ‘•V*- "owaho plaki, seafront HOTEL 


wrrrj mm>vk win u,* it * '* ’-s^itif •*«*) c u 

am.w^V’YSN* "vilrni'tsl GEORGE RANDALL Ltd ^JT;: * 

rULI. I*KI> C M.« 0 € iiiM rie;,f: 4 . 81 Ph.we KV 4 Alt* 

ailNO BLll T BY wri«*iet.t.KH h'TTKX D* Ai;i; 1 TX Wa tott' 

COXSTKVi-riOS l"''-r«eaa Kd F.\( Ll S 

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(-•.I.... TH 18 4 hi'fiXf Ai Mo*! 
1141 ur »f-o C I I A > 


S ly Ann PAYMCfiT’ ruu, prici' m »o larm bema trail arra***,« i 7 
I Z.OUU Iraubln at* ®v»r! Irraap**- Jf 

$l*$d earn *111 handle , tire «( age. h»te 1 . a TCRKfrlc , li,. » 'ij,, 2 a 'r^m* 91 ^^ 

C glnitap. «V 3 -» 9 t, Pfflr*. , ®UYT Jt U a brand tie* cuiim t.^bt' far apUrtalniiMi a kuaat* 

€ 7 $» D Ooaiiar, *V $ 3 W 3 ' J^« *>«n**^* ^ dmior ri>c«. K>aelaui hall 

, srreaai. PM a reaiir utire iieing gm) nioai adractit* den a deiam 

- ■ — f/wnn snih a ftomaa briek lira- kiicbep. •variUiibe band* plumb- 

SAFE ANCHORAGE •I'aiklmt eaMnn btuhrn. fg virad for ntvaii arreia 

A - ,^?i imv* «‘««*' «f euDbPardt 

4 ihu'«t ano n«ii»e trn* ' "«»«“« hkt..M.u iKui 9 , and m aitrarUYt btaakfait are** 


I ab'i/matic nkt,.u.u iKui 9 , and an aurarUvt beaakfaat area: 
ir'l.’.e* *^*'!. . ••• * * ^ ^ nunci- J. ' •*•••** -• ”•■** ' lefte aiaatf b*dr*Ym/ m-dlum !*t blah eelllnc baiefnen; aiUt tol'aito 

w rY'* *■ OAROtR hafT-a-r* Snar.oui tiuei* l-i'/om ^tine in piilet iivattnn Y««i muat p|airo«tn all-flrad hnt^tr fur» 
f.OVP.Y lAWN« on Hi'ATI^il b’i'f-i-'e L.iu hall liilna rwore pjf irmf.r »aluf amt m( naee «f lh« b**i i*o* haatiti* 

Mr T\7 rv , »;r.:d= ;2.^r 532,000 

“ *t (urnare rcoKU Oi|.O.U."r * ChautIB (Truat Olfictrl 


CV l-fttT 

HARRY POBTCT LTD. 


COMMCKCIAI. nKVEUU’Mk XT 
; WITH PuRRSHi .liK RU;i(T« 

laiAV'NAiu E tli:m< 
, ANAILARLE. CALL MIL CL&A.IT. 

EV9 7174; HOXff. EV 4 

I ^ V CABKIAAI LT«». 

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HOTEL I $■ V ■ CABKlikU LT«k ^ 
Ii* p'lia !twnui. Su^»a*hMTelafe! JOHN BLAIR LTD. ' 

A f*aJ cbamia fie ai»n»a««fi* aa (h* rnr\ /*■■*• 

*wn*r nu*at aall and ta open (« 620 V I EW ST 

dflara. Land i% n .rti«w W.H | J .^ * 

*re*p( paper n- nnrpany at part (< 'EVS-l 747 

down payment Vor furihar data Hi ' . a- * *jr*t^ 

O'Vr !ER RETIRING 
— — SELLING OUT 

HOTELS [Offer* fnr lb* riRar l.n>e 3 itj. 

« ...n ii«. u . I uabla pareeia of duvnieuB prnp- 

/V Revena* prorfurlnk aith 

UB* aoprok me** puaipau ran pf-i, rVii ir 

ba iBcreatad due td buildin* la 

aureoupdiPi atra* Rom* r**U tu *iaw. ha Itj- 

ettal* treaptad AU* other n«i*l* tor"»» Mop ovgr pbnna. 

•r all atar* ta choow from Call i ' ' ' 

rrad PoanallT ***• QR*-«U 4 f a i i-rr\ 

EJa* Raaiti' CYl-IIJI I AUTO COURT 


KVB-ITIIt; R £9 tV 1 * 71 * 
MORCY R JOnssTOfiB 
3244 DOUGLAS 

BARBER SHOP 
POOL ROOM 
COWICHAN LAKE 


WITH DOCKING 
IFACILITIES 1 

‘licensed PREMISES i 

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i i-nmtaufiiii ju*i 'ave S*>ur •Irti'e fr»*m I 
j Virt'Cut and hanaiiTvo. M-Cr/n e-j--. ' 
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|•kMM3:l*T^>^ imLMf •• LTD 
me i>"%ernr>irntii M 

I.uir WITH «AA» 7 CH RtALTV POR 
f**L cauriaou* Mraiaa Mr Olkh- 
(rum OR>-n$t Caea KY 1-9334 

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Mr I uili"* EV 7 - 7179 . 
Ite* KV 3-3101 


DICKIE & CO. 


MOaey MARKP AKrtWA rvrvt '*«miurt r/e'»n* av Attt*'<nM*ie u-e i i -V l ^ V— \J . 

I.KNT k'kTL’Io's ' i/X PHICE* : k" RFALTY A iQAKir;: 

iHAIIU* 1 TAiit.f't cXyiliirASP hni.aaier heat Alloehed |n*n»*d 1 T Ot IlM jUKANCc 

IVLI.I. L-TARUSHEII lUfsixBbS ntett '^‘•kea , CV 9-4319 tV A Ml* 

I'llAWs TRAI'R PROM LARtiC • '«rKe anv^P* .4 t,Vi ,«€ (.• CV 9 4311 . CV $ 4 J 3 ( 

!»lT«lttKMS.>U AHKA or MII.M mai.ii«* r*e ihr'Aigh. ; 

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MR ..:;..r.AnY_Ev$. 7 m. tort*?;'"”" ;?"* “a NHA — 5 YRS 


REVENUE PLUS, 


AUTO COURT 
NANAIMO 


^ H' '.ME BV 4 ^yili 

r N. rADr.i.w ltd. ♦ 

COFFEE SHOP 

MVtNO QUARTCRJ 


UNIVERSITY 
NHA— 5 YRS 


9 Lrdrndnt*. I rear* *aunc bate 
merit teoa ail heat C l l A Cf 
ROW oalr .... * • ' ,^OL 
Phil Simpton RV 3 - 7371 . 

R" CVS -$347 

CITY GEM 
$2000 DOWN 


Iheaimk fully iptula'ed Term* 

r\n |\ /c DV •* — ^1^'450 i -■■ — . 

l;v;'';v4V\.'^ATi*irR» oak bay SEA VIEWS 

897 l FSI IF HR IVF peatem Berurmr. af VUtorU ua . _ r..-ryr^ „«*-n 1 *Jb-^ VlUVVJ 

oy/ LCiLIt LJKIVt an yaie. K-taei On-O-MATIC HCAT ' 3 a.i lirtail eaelualfale thU baasU. 

LrdMi«n>*. I rear* *aunc $•»#• — t-T<nir-*ld ilueen Irunealo*. I im ham* In a bub and ouiti 

•“"'.si 1,450 pensioner's special :iL* 


OAK BAY 

Ott-O-MATIC HCAT 


SEA VIEWS 

3 att lifted aaelualfalr thla baaail- 


rrl" ll^/.UUU t,eVelT aiuer* buneaU.* «ub proifH-ROOM rtmher, 9 *»art : ■f^.iJ-VtlaT area 

Jnt- tnee ltir.''rf>«t,.,n rail $L 4 X)RS IP Bid bb flaB# rU». kllrban Ip mu -* 

$tr H T* EV 4 - 4 IIS Ut. OR and 3 badrini ana fmBi B’ea'i nf aierire ipar* 

jihra iMil. FIREPt-ACl. larva util, tarpiri. PRICC CQOCr 

THE BC LAND earpoil 'baUnce MS a mp t ioVOL 

* IKVPfiTMKNT AOkMiS* I.TO Sjmanu lartud# ”u«. '"“iVsm KenSiaraana f V 9 7979 . 

XT «i.«fBmeP^t*.rc. 1 . EV 4 - 4 :is v«b^;rh.„gu ^ Re. aR 7 -im 


•PJV/UVu,, ,M„,„ nnma-.nh Im’;; *.* ht.h b.M - 1 

fle*i *r .hallarad *aiar Rn mrpi. lanmedial* pnafeiMon oup- 
.t-w ea.T tirtn* «mai*tf of lie- r, iraatlarfed to VapeiHiter ' 

m# rentn with firtniera dinina _ . Becroemn, 3 Mlhroosu. all lara* 

tonaa kt'ehan 3 »* 1 rMWi ba«h- frifed C i i QC/Y **'*‘ * *** rrabnarda: bapuufut 

reeik alrtt an aatta amall rnam qukk aal* *p I i,rj\r modarn kitebtn and neat; lari* 
l.iH H draiat' ulih loot ihed phea* J Pearkop Rr< CV 3 -* 7$7 baM*mani and Sear laratr nr« 

,n iniermal lawn vt'b anme fruii 11.000 uTaraif* aO anil. Ailrae- 

i*ere All rllr urvirr* and rlnr* I ■ ■ a a i r*N F****^? lendMaprd gariteD uitb lily 

I* but In a aulei eomrnriar''e 1^1 A 1 x 1 1 I pond, abate treae and via* naUn. 


$8950 


LtVIRO QUARTERS - - - ” — V:i_ 

.Ro €944 Bituttad In a buay dli- ^ riUt? 

ifkl pear «li* Parhameni luOd- hilly e^ulinied ifM-iudmti 


^ • ittgi % #Md iurn* t%fKf Atwl Nuit>h 

W«iM MM be utleracled m .avnine * Urt* f'tllT furniahed unil*. hbt over 34 -* *iwU»* and (-niv * »wi»l^ Prh-e III !». lerma W 


IV 3 - 43 IS. M*l 


$10,900 cedar hill 


M*^7- 


APARTMENT SITE 


...r, ...... TW>|-TWW^ laTfrU' eqUlDDM Rl 

KfwiB fer Pinanalaa Hu* 4 -rn<tni aii ..i! 
tKHiM eiih f^uil baaemept Owner ih .'TZrf.Z 
wlllina IP larrinr* A anaa al »Bi*J"<lar. 
177 3 €P »lth $ 9 .* 0 * dnea Pat rr'rprUeof 
Rhea Tradar* ntatev Ud •*> 9*9 **'h iw>nia ti 
Nanaliuo Pheti* 9339 IV 3 4733 an 


I ^ i 1 ACRE 

. * $3750 ^Acninrci «wno to rn^im ’ ^ , parcltkc Miunt t. « 

*i»lT taiwneaa iiUenpeia .aener mderp *. $8950 RIIMf^AinW •“*' fprli*- *' 

tarma Call Mr RrraB p'''» fuib-epuimied M-rtt muat aeit -rVrjyj UXJ INXJPXLVJ VV laeni aod taniAi for ihu 


P ktatroni KV Mill* 

tAN AD A TRU ST 

.Secluded Unique Htvne 

, Ob the* hill »itb diir&nt alimo** 
at Iha aaa at Cordeea Ray 3 * 7 ! 
nartlikf arrv* a'udded eiih riaa- 
I eonda lO-ecar-nM ftHean name 
I M$lp neor-tlrink room I 3 al 9 ' 
'«i*h ftrepdiea diBtU* IkV tab- 


I r* I A b. 1 rv F ****>7 iBPiiacaprd gariteD uitb Hip 

1^1 /Xlxll 1 pond, abate tree* and *ia* paUn. 

• oJ^r '• X ■phl* home ta iica a**, ipftda and 

Investment cq . ltd. ' rSi‘;,'si‘a’e {Sl“i'rf.^i riat^^iJ: 


SIDE-BY-SIDE 

DUPLEX 
$1000 DOWN 


.ifV 4 - 7144 -T diUdnt, not oaa rapi paaeaMry l* 
I be kpaut oa U for year* ta rnmt. 

ioE |m';« $26,500 

-X y* 1 30 MI 8 * KOOTT AoraClKS 

. X 331 Yarro* BWa KV a- 34 C 3 

I Era* rV 3 $ 99 ^. 


$3 30 * PfftL PRICK 


bMrPom'*To»iy.'”Vifnb”kJr fult p«ee ..niy iniY« I-* IhU' l«* W)WR 3 U PKR MONTH 


TATK 8 BTRXrr APP 33 -SUm _ _ _ 

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. ^ ^ “ In hoy anmeiniBK dllfer*** whirh ""H yet .ni) g irw m<iM'r* ' iga KVI’lfAvi "ir " “ 5S5J 

- * 10% rworna All parlinilaM '* d*«*W'«wn. Nev3f a yaran.-^ . *’* r.Xi.HA.M»B The 

--.A •''T'W reuoeet Hraae rail VKRA return n( api>r*;« ll't-v an.) RRAl. KSTATR *•" 

**® '*'^^ J*'«ill* 1'iPK.H W 3*741, Jd'hf lelaphnne I he m«de Kiill prue tU bw i - !hP” 

xervlr*, fffrtbweatam Sarurtilea uf f*- w-.lj Mnaia. Purifer Inturtn* 39 ACHKS RIVCRFHOTfT IIP- ' 
g’*****^ Mi'UfUXT I Vtcluru Lhl HlJUBociA. HiMa W.iud*. , UUmT. eere'Uni ItohinaT i*ed I?' 

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tearoom' 


• im anme lerma call Mr flrraB r-i'e nriL' -epuiniied muat aril 

IV 3 4733 anyiimt, R*> KV 4 4 D 1 . l-arire R H A rrMrigage Onu 

3 n iL*K,.« ' ^ _ . . .. IIT hantalA aT*f/ 4 al prtr# |MCn< 

J M. Wbittana * C*. LinlUd. Hi' (Tkl raafi wfU baodle VlrUelfl 
KV 3 - 4933 . I Ptean R>'« tirs 


rvii r\ ^ . 0 _ , _ . — «ll-r 0 «im •tBCCO 

OIL-O'MATIC HEAT *' 410 # rmifp. 

rmm eicctrle 

rhit la aa abiQlutair eontiau tnoma and Per 


fhi* U aa ab'Qlutair epnliark tnoina and Pemhrnba baihreom 5 

— ■-— ■ .email buncala*. tivinc rnnai uitb down, nne badrnaoi up »llh oddl- a.«*ui T» «v a laa* 

. Par ‘»*u-tp-eall ranad broadleuw, i.e'Upnaj room far anniher A lull ^.V,/,?!. 

*1 nnn bedreema aitcirla baninai kUrhiy ' bA>«Rien( l**« *» ejcallmt 7 T rit. 

.ad .n .1 ' ■n/t aiMi.. im. . 1 .. puBini.. .Maa. ...4 al..,. ..... letla I.td nil Tat** 8 t 


“ $13,850 

KV 3 -C 741 dr KV 1 - 13*4 


fimurUire uf VVtnru Ud 


SI 500 DOWN 


RrAl. KSTATR 


•*^* • «/*»•»■» rtwwira saMiurt aita^rnT warai.,, ..bu aa> rm ,a»i« t (a all *&<•• at 

and dinlna. lb* ba**a*nt aentaln* rumpit* renm aait platii* nt ectra * *' ” “ •■*/* ®‘ 

a new OO-o-Mille paeiBae lur •a*rmenl redfii. autnieaUc i — •e/ww /wuw"“~ . 

aua and etira nniAbad r*mu,»»*her nnd ^ drier. llraUae ii i,,..M^*Vu*I.*T, ^n -. 

Thar* U an eKralleni landfrywci ■«“«"•**< Ml het uaiar Ban- ^ ,.*T 

aerden and aaparaie carete Tbu eraie farea* 31.300 mite at W i u iiu mg 

bPiB. u Ideal far a raiirad ranaia ' » *10 inriudaa 1 A n/ 1/1 rw»m *wib furtiloee. inrge 


On Ui\y 3 badn»tn h/ima 9 Iptore 
iMihmene new «virinf aidiim!iilr 
c**«l at'Aer h *4 «»el*r neating Vew 
ulm« and l>uru 4<1 net. Large Hvtnt 
rtven ami dMn< rn/m rmMrrri rii» 


ment loBtuiaUnn and la not la a 

...... *“• >nraMP 4 i V*u can nt a gepd 

)WN miutuan lea daab Per further la- 

farmaUBB oad eddrau to rtam call 
mta 3 inijM ^ Thomat at Dpiulaa Ha«kae *i 

neatln* Vew i 


av.ouu iv IWUIUI-K > 0 / 10 * wraiau Cluae 1.1 r. - n..noa rciasic- . nrivala evMniMni I • ••**• c-rnourton 

Oral IILgw tumuvtf. Quae-ta toe* »*» PbrtUmrrd Pulldinga. Low lem. “£,**“«« luUabl# ' ?alua it in m trMi i 

Dm KMUtltuL angM. ig* a(ur* wBh •«»> enaimfhM eeiikfieea. Nria J” Prltau aatal*. aula j^r VlatVrta ainticrtT*^ *Owi* 

oppce b» agpond hr uOmr depart ®«m*r lU* nar nKePb plua kO .*^^h rtmp. Pathtrd KV l-gti 7 "*ne* iv 3 - — — ■ 

•Mmu. Keut uf abjr* and a«I?maM pria n^. | 5 bn wUi ban. ‘ii 1 >* 9 " M*»ateii*’Ra»UT* Ltd. T*€ JWJKK nKOHrYlM-l t’P. 1 DOWN 

er .4 niP inrhMi** heal PKIM mr balm.re at tW> rmr itwmth. P 7 W 81 ' r atdndjd iiMM and diA'g 

Bvatom tMturaa kx MOO) ahi* H?""" Pleaee rail Mr Acer LI?” J""***, ‘.rrnfut tw^th tlm — — . — nnma. altrurUv* kJtrhan wnh 3 


’•‘.'ir ,•*. •“ **® /*•*•* AHKA, rRADPRS nie.** hBfhrrnm dmenatalra and 1 n 


row KLOKIU.T iXJUPtt Mnearhy, 
etna* ta ai boe imb Tata* 1)14 at rri n 
Micalv daaHaaled I er 3 bad- r>*Mn m 

ropmi R*auiilut kMrhen auto mnnUt. I 

vpfher and atara Inriodad Rouaa < Ruhat r 
1 * hP 4 treter haalad at tea* than ' — — 


aeai' tw unty * 9 . 0*9 mn<rd«ng n«n 

t .e-b. Coil Ml Itaitd. RV 9«13 ur 
V 3 UM a***. CVdPtA IRrtti* 

* Cu Reuit y dM Pun Bl. iViuna. 

PARKI.YG LOT INVSinMRfrr. f*l«nd eouM 
•■■nniail Otomd^unlU-. |7 Ml re Caah far l« 
■Cred Virtana Prea* Rii* Mi W*f»fepei a r*> 

& 8 „ gjy 


•HOC RRPAIN IN THRIYtNO 


•?! ^ ’itocK I K u’JiSLST 


OK l- 3 « 3 l »fi«r M *Jk. 


Ouaar. TUterl* PrtM. Kok IMS. CV 3 -« 7 M. 


Pr« RKMrt TK 
OM CKMMmKD ADO. 


( im, v.mn eirmnu iTiaa, mm b.www 

- — ..... 4 rear* aM. Imoiedui* ~^«aar>. ' 

MCW 4 -QKOKOuM UdMC. «rJk cy It.*** devit. P«U *«tc 9 * 4 -B 009 C COTTAOI Ft 
View, flumpu* ruoat. MI Uctaiida. H.I 3 *. OK T-UKt. ‘ CpoK. Tl* Otodbila. OK 


ifMUlated. r«r part Ng lenda«^pH ' IILTO*. LOW DOWN PAYVKNT irnmnwai 

■ I I'd, nua Al daor. atnm ami achrwi|«i't bur thla tmarl buagmlaw , ‘"'’•m. 

tl 'Ineariry. alan tataemeM auila rented iprar Quadru and Taltaraal. coo- i ci li I DOtrc Cl*) n/l/\ 
aa 1)14 at rA per maMh. Fun paire f* Ml tain* 3 *iry big roeaai plU) a rULU rrXU..C Q I A.UUU 

3 bad- ruMn pn*n*mt l? 9 W. and fT* p« 1 uoadarfiil plan, full 

aura mmUt. Call 3 o* Ltnrtal. CV 4 * 11 *. ' large patln Till# la ona w lb* . 

Rpuaa,Ruh*t CondiilMalad Ud- : nici>itf’lMMne* in the dlatrtei. TRUST CilMPANT 

M than — — W 4 -nn anytlma K Harprar*. ' D 4 Piet fUreat. Vtrttfia. 

•emrsi ,SAVK COMMIMION HITT Ol- ' nealior. 1 

ereert- ' reel fr«« eunar 4 -f*ar-eM 1 - - — — - ■■ , R"*** »T-party DBpt.T EV 4 9 ITK 

3 U etri ledrepip hduta Wl) 1 -|ip-u*ll *dr- BOOTH OAK BAT 2 Tu.. ' .... . 

tedu* p«* Nice tecatNiu ail run- Pnr fai* by eunar leering t«*n *RJ**K 

' vapiepaea L«u davp uameot. •ami-buncalav. t»* let* RIntk •* 5 " p guM €$«* |v ijqudrN 

,^UU taruu tP **t» Po* a»#r« ipfermp- frum wa and fchcMl. Ra aaema ;gq»m 4 g**! (in a amnr a and jIurM 

MM ,Um ptwna aR 7 - 9 «i** Oarta 3*4 MonUrfT. KV 7 - 4 «U !>bK tmiml U» ewrter hu rb *7 

( — *■ - — . . — ■ inaMM and fun high igaaminli 

I CO jBix ROOMR ARD BATH. 9 SKO- *•** OKANOK RO . 4 -ROOM .maHhly parmami al M. (*a«a »b 
trma. tuO baaamartL «aa« and bungoleu. OU at*** and bautet rlwM: A ipt> <k/wn p| tnSM. par 

•‘IXlfmpI fumaca Pull prve tt.Mi iBrludad ImmadlaU poaaaaalen dataNa pNunt KV S- 3 IM ofur *» a. 
iniin i *bra »4 Hrr. 13 . KY )-*l 3 *. lfa|M. 7 M K. N. Orlm, KV S-tlM. -g — ‘- n—w 

I ■- ■ ■ iTOfTMMM m OQ(.WOQO. UU* 0 - !nKW 3 RKDROOM. I IM RQ. Wri 

•XR** JrROOM COTTAOK TOR (UUL|/dkd €#• OrujttlB Icfifiaa. yp»r|l«il boaoBianl. oA bae M ni . Mr 
‘CpoR. Tl* Otodbito. OR »- 3 | 3 r 'ind Mil It. TTR t nwidiiliM* 'aobdiTloMa; ill.***. UR 7 -M 3 / 


I 


2S«*iiji C0lan<«t. Victwte. IM ROr^F.^ FOB SALB 

Um49f . N«v. i. U5I , ” - ” ■ 

SALE -BYRONI price 

1114 QUAONA rTRtrr 

BYRON price: qak bay 


1 150 HOrwr.S F OR WA l.g TO ROt*BFS FOR SAI.E ) 150 nOI*»CT FOB BALM 150 HOr^ES FOB BALE 1 150 HOrSF^S FOB SALE [150 HOrSFJI FOR SALB 154 ROT'RF:* FOR RALB 


WESTERN 

floirn LTn 
•II VATMC ttRirr 


BC50RMAN'S 


D n - I*. Brown Bros. 
■Ook Boy Realty agencihs limited 


1114 voATum rmrrr 


M TO* 

1*44 N>iL rr. 

KX(.*LU!tlV« 


WHY BUILD «-• ^ 

• ' ' I jo»t • ptAvmy lit* tnw 


^ , I . « wt il L-ihoprO ftCUrtllv ) l«la 

M A J LAt|* D»ek to«D »H* i rooi , 

I ^1 1/4. 4nti four torwitrt o( Fruit In^ 

n>o noiiM i« 4 rooini «i(it innnr 
THR RRABON* >044 BUtLOINO *Mlno rn t»« »»lroom> -«fid 

AAR TOU AB A CtlSIOMKR CAN tlMlrlt OlU-hrii 

CA\/c n«'<*>n*nt u full ond ntin «iiti 

jAVc • nl<‘«lv (inunt* •tiliio (Mm Twf 

mtnuio ■■Ik to liu« MPp «noo^n| 
YOU ORT IHX H'lMr OP VOUB >rntr« ti»-« iM tcMuto Tasv 
/*’i_i/M/~r inojl pn Uiti I'lMfUli* nam» 4 

• — -mHC/IwC — - •^WTil $9700 

Y'Tn ca;. isY.> v«.' 


] YEAR- OLD OAKLANDS 

f*“Pl |/*/*^/"\ "W »(u<-.n hixtlUlKW in 

I ^ I 1 II I V J maiuUIr •'•■uliU'41 ini'iuKfU'U 

1 — ' » V-ZV-'N-''!-/ ihiw iMlII Ilian «l' 

SIDE-BY-SIDE uji*. 

DUPLEX 

r II 3 HOMES— FAIRFIE 

I Ull A'ie*i,i.\i' ^ •■‘■It .,111 natfti 

!•.:». . Vill l>> 4 U**a 

. L-n.n tn.-it<..jn umitV lu.iw 

1 * m» 

Till* I* ^iii- bna hJ Uir f-tt A Jtitx ai>i|^ali««r irfl iii. 

iir«il* ur« tliJr'bi iliax' 


44 tiui-’n hwuuiiiw in Im 
maiuiair •'•■uliUn ini •aiKlu>ul. 

IhiwiMlII ii.an al' <^a 
l>>"* wilia nrdiKxit 

i>i|- I mmI AuvU lan>twa|wi| 
■>11 1., :>wil ■ 'jUwIimI b) ulhir frv* 
i> iM-mi<i, 

3 HOMES^FAiRFIELD 

A'>e*i,i.\i' i •■‘.It .,iii watftUuni 

I-.:* . W>« l>> 4 W**a 

lamitv lu.>»r (M-ni 

-■A-i, •«»! 2 Miniiilrln Nal|> 

1 * «•» 

4 Jtitx ai>i|iai>««r >41 mi<i> 

ti I4i»la'nw>i4 lS>l<uU' raiiiirM 


4;hoice 


iJui(4'» On* Mill rwiiit»l> Of Uicr h4aii<ai 

■ Dim lOwiM Oitb Itiaola** Mi« Tn»*i> luam:. am ail i«i »i<il lu *rll 
.abliiak kit'Ji*^ «II.PU«- 1 *rd- f ,„u vM'Hwla.A ixl M* l>4v< 
T"'-? prmhrnkP "ratprijoiu If.li ,.y i'r>( KV'> *M« * 


I rOlt OAX BAT BOMU 

THE PRICE is" 

RIGHT 

Ou thi* niai •rll*k«i>i. 1‘brdMH 
l*-taai-«t4 uuhaaloo wHIi full 
ha*»m»nt fiatirk coblari klt- 
thrn, dIMKr and iitint (oon* 

■ itb fiirpiacr Tlip ownpr |a 
uoitafprrwd 'n HaUlaa tud I* 

■ altir.i tw tn a»a« tj OM dawn 

a ma INCbULtlKO TAXCd 

rmflx S9850 

I'aU J Mtaro KV A-1T07 amtimr 

EARLY POSSESSION 
ON TUDOR ROAD 


IIU BlJkNBHAflO BTRIBT 
MRMnUf RBAL BSTATf BOARD 

I IN THE HEART OF 

' THE UPLANDS 

BkikMttPit Mil •ilualPd fltiall 
fanxTli Ham# compruinc lara* LR 
■•odxirrd DK nio«rtn Aiwhrn 
'hru hail in 1 b#nr«nMH> and dm 
and 4*prn baihrmm laiir rncrra- 
tim leoiB and naira Bluiirtnna in 
b«4*ir>rni TbI* i> a »uiji-[rtrl 
tiomn and rrri nicrly plannrd II 
i»u dnmaiMl an v»(Ju»iin lotaifMi 
pipftar phwnr and arianar in 
IM' rttlll awt). Til* (ull pdcn 

$32,000 

Mi Kill rv l-mi Rr. RV 

FAIRFIELD 


. financial^ RANDALL'S 

CO LTD 

i«u Binnabaid uAub BV4-I111 5URVEY LTD.‘ LIMITED 


waterfront ■ 

200 feet 

uctAuBJan « rttiumif ■{ 1 run.na 
on 1 riMI tflaniinti lui rlraallt rn«< 
ui livin* Woiiarr^l aiwdio uudn 
kiWri I >1* ofn Bimnt -prt bu' 
J'» at.r* oi Hum a»\i<i«iuu cilvni* 
ui< >«a tira I* miiu t« iiiv 
Cbaiatlai rliarm ai»d tWVMtl* 
rill r Bit all b*rt aaaliliu 'ludi 
■n-iw.lioh Plta-r •'Olitnil Rulb 
t llutibaaou BV 4-|(J|«. (j|( • JAM 

SEA VIEW 
5 BEDROOMS 


'I3M ooMrnmtnt RA W 44iM 

SPECIAL VKLV^ 
FAMILY DUPLEX 

alodtin aiurro iidr bt>*Tda dibltf' 
I', rra old Lottlr l-nKUNM 
• iilia for ouBtr ■1,14* an H- rU* 
i-rdi finr Titr Twr or »uHa»ir 
fill in>lawa Pull baatintni* and 
f’lmirn »«(b iidt AIMia'rd ««i 
Uia* tit in TllUruni arra ta- 


■ rpikOHal 

■ ai'<« *1 


$16,900 


A W Andtrann 
RV l-*J01 m EV S'Mia 


OFFERS CONSIDERED h-uamp ntautt irum atnv OAK BAY 


. LfSS AAON^Y I 

YOO RMMIRAir THK IR-RB. 
TWtKR PHOPn MkHE BY HOME' 
OHNBBA WR HAVI 

HUNDREDS 

or 

LOTS 

IR AIX 

LOCATIONS 

WE BCPPIT** I 

FREE PLANS 

AVD A OUAKANtbMI PRICT. 
WITH YOUR f.'ONdtAirroN US 
THE HOME Op YOUK f‘HOU'4 
TkLL NOW FOR (XiMPUlfR IN- 
rORMATlON TELiEPHnNE 

MURRAY DUFF 

BV *'1414 OK EV .-•■iwa ANV ilMk 

VIEW 

. OF the 

SEA 

Pirni Oil* «nl r.;i.i>rurlrd ^ 
nai.i'wxn nnn<r m app' < art 
•'} (t nn A*n Hil h. 

inn roam uith Roman 'ilr inr- 
plaen dinma r"«m «m« kiiiiirn 
aia in (lohi aiih i>r^^«a\ lra»- 
in< in paiin Larse uiiiiii pluxih* 
»d foi Brndn Cainort^ coniKlviti 
■ ni* nu'«'and>(V| homr tlnuii pai> 

r:i:‘prr^u sis.soo 

Pnnnr Oni.vm Maohail Oil t-TTT^ 
•4T» Pain.on t.\ >.««? oi Jara 
r linn BV (-JT«4 nr BV 
ani itnr 

CEDAR HILL 

rhaimmi lora!'*nin bomt mn 
panrllrd JiiitE inoMi fun n»-r 
tti*n> ni'ta r«ira ioool 
>*> ar» •!« SrM ti> Mi 
•< linol W-IJ tab* mniirin ra; i 
pari »*iniM.r fu.i ^ 

r.-,- ,$l l./QO 

Pfinnr .»*• Jf rrltoii ft ( r.ot- 
flat' Manila': Han 

Pa'ri.oi, iViSMl. ni orit.t 
EV *.3411 aiiviimt 

IMMEDIATE f 

BRAND NEW ’ 

Tan ran moit nah’ -nin un> , 
t>-auiilul 1 brtirriKB l jk.i an :i 
brunt Ukr(( lmn« rmm m>n | 
pantHrd {irtp|a<t Mrpaiair din- 
in« I'wMn h«U‘r-:;p* niram k-i. 
rnm •lib UIIIIU Tptnlie bat? 
mrni ml h*at Idtal :ami!| burnt 
fr.' cin> Han<ir i>« dn*n 
B'-mard Shan RV k>3JM aor oM 
U»r , 

ESQUIMALT 

A -u* •-* lawii* b't:nr « >h * i 

htnmnmi haUtroom biina (■■run 
d.nina roARi fciitnnn and uiili>> 
tnum H !• 0(1 htaitd «nrt 
nr« tnnf ravr* and itann pu~> 
Tbi* bomr ic a «u«i fur Mit lar«r 
familv ni ptiion* in'rmttd in 
f'ltnua pa.'ibilliirr . Thr nnn' r 
l> irarind 'ha r> i and ni:i anil 
for 'ht itB'onakit e < « r%/\A 
pt><r n( ^ 1 £,ZUU 

1.' Mi (inarn baUner a- rmi la' 
<ir« rail Hnrman Traffnid RV 
4-***> or XV k'2414 anriim* I 

DUPLEX 
FAIRFIELD 
NEW NHA 

Ont of VH.nrla I Itrat— rinat In 
tcc.ooU. town nu-r< annppinr 
ranirt. Tbt iiato cnnairuaonn in 
Ihr rut Bnuadpinoird (irtprooft : 
and vtaibarnrnnfad Varancr toi 
onoar 7 bmlroom* kUrh's aill. 
dio'Mt imna loom *iih fiia. 
piart full oaTPTnm: and taiaar 

Btnaraia Pairbanka-Muria luinora 
• tparal* tlar-incio aapara'a 
«a*tr-3 ramplrta biMnai Rath' 
kidt rtnt* (or M4 Rirl>is>va nub 
n> firar Omr* n« 'ha C A i CAA 
mai«r( Pull Putt d'ZIf^UU 
Call RV J-I4M (nr Nurman T>a(- 
(urd- rna R!V 4-*4*t ni L.otd Tina* 
ham rv 3-4M4 

$3250 DOWN 
NHA I 
CADBORO 
. BAY 

SEA VIEW 

Htrt It ant at tbt ma*t btaiiMfuC 
14b* in II l-badrocM baua* 

t lan* thai vt bait aimn in a nun- 
ti »( raara A caibtdial tn> 
tiaiKt in a laica liaini room 
ntiirb hni a brau'Kiii (irapIn.H' 
Pfom ibu loom tau can to to 
tha paiio or ibiouth anoihri m- 
tranrr tn thr dinint room Tb*> 
ki'thm u V-thapad and F\iramtli 
(unriionat It ba* a bu.tmrm and 
driia-m taratt Thi* ran nr bull' 
(nr toil m •pproaima'riT j'« 
RKXi'h Monthly paymtnia 

$i6,o5o 

Call rv ft.3>kt Im Ml aiuitr 
Rat RV I-IOM or Ml Tinkbam ■ 
Ar* XV 3-4M4 { 

ESQUIMALT 
REVENUE I' 
$1000 DOWN 

Krwiy datvmiad uMar.ltpo laimt ; 
rtiiao la Artni'nil* R«»d 3 ^batb- 
ronm* low'mt Itx ravanuo from 
1 tui't; 3 M>o«« rridca and «nma 
(iKTUabtora mriudad Paid 
Ritm r'lal and mad (Urnarv **<ih 
a w>i«Hir. ntw wtrtrw Vai-aM. Int' 
madlaio Cntuar-t 

bUiYU n>KHAM •' Ml nR4V 
D< rr RVB34M anMima (if luU 
paTtimlor*. < 

$400 CASH 

No Gimmicks 

Tat «• ran build an NHA l-tMdrm 
tirnna Pull baamitat oil (itrnart 
•n una *f tbaaa inta Rlia l).>«llt 
pru-ad from •! 36* lo II. 4*0 oro* 
aidln* YOU ron pai 414* PM 
taiao Ukcluda* for • than ptnad > 
Pavmant* •III (ban dt"« barb la ' 
aporaa |TI PM Pni (urth»r ln> 
formation pftntt oHana riordun 
Marthall AR ••ms Bam PattMnb 
XV *•»*}. jam Pahon. XV 4.]T*( 

IV 4'9T*4. at afflca XV 4-94>E 

Mo've in Now 

$2750 DN 

Laak at IBU orand dot* 
Virkarvbullt (amiit hooit 
CanMali a( ] badioomt, •anpllta 
Unnf ronm and iclUhan nttbi 
tti'lily room plumoad for a<uo> 
inotia naabar ITia full hHih baio- 1 
manl hat tulo til haatint plant 
on* aa otarulao dri*a«la larooa 
«IUi OX farara donra Hand* to 
othaaii and amon* othar nan 

Kr:«- _ $15,765 

Tn flaw phooa Doma ComUh at 
IV J.nil nr JmM MarXor at 
XV I-M44 


, EV 4>34Jk raa XV 1-10*0 

PEMBERTON 
HOLMES, Ltd 

E^TABU'Cillp Itur 
loot COM *.Me>T EVI-tUl 

BRAND NEW 
HW OIL HEAT 
QUADRA AREA 


t 9C 4 bA , . - 

• 10*0 .Ida fia» lliini roniii itiat .at>- ‘ ' **ii imn.t - •tin 

^•n*' tilrbrii ana btar^/o»> Ptui , •• 

'nimt 'mibtiwHU and untui Hu.l, CV/^I I ICIV/C 'il»«’Vu‘u ? 

oauanun.. nub lwri.a.t lot whuia Vt iTuh fall ‘?«n 

. ..proptru t. >n btauiilMl rondoani ' ’w •- w -t i t i. n n ittU .«n 

, born inudt and am TliU ou*-i 000*7 Sat Vla.^tina 

lN.1 t'analna bui <an nt bannltd ■■:■• \J \I hi.u. roum an 

JIN btinra.. IVM ...0 «*0« dirnn 1 n.Vt; tCT.a.m 

p.TOitm a.(d rnuuihlv pajmtt.*- nri I C\ /t I C »o«d*rap. 

Ltd $i6,8oo BELLEVUE , 

“ OAK BAY 

CUTE AND COSY 3 bed plus 

b-ROOM BUNGALOW in •. bahemrhi mi. neai fu-Miau^Zi anl 
KT $50 PER MONTH I i^.i.* “n dL*!' 

EA $5000 FULL PRICE "'‘Lv «IO.9S0 L‘3?T;i'r;,Ln'i' 

".-d". $1500 DOWN 4?sr.?;. ’e*v;'^. 

>ii Th - > uit l■■l■'<alna run.i.” ti . . all CIrar i»aM>» 

jiuna ronm. »ll'lu■^ _ (or ino iir» At 


'\Ika"Tara'a( iO| Mk f»w.r» 'in lautfllvini looni »'*" ailJuiblMg kaib , j"* hefliml,.* ' •■** «*« inrm.padioom Mmtk- 


GORDON HEAD 

Yo« may hEkO mlaaoti ibU arm aa 
farndala Read ' WATIRPROirr' 
3‘j acia* ul lavalv •<uUnd» all 

'iinai or fruu (rm *u f*>aatn 

noma in lood coodiUaa Bnttmaak. 

- $28,000 
Da aat batiinn la atranu aa ap* 
paioimanl lo aaa ihii pronartp 
wnn lit lottir trwiudtd •aiattraot 
lira- add aaidana Mr Randall. 
Evaainii KV 3'444T. 

$8950 

NO STEPS 


IMMArULATB" 


hviiia rovm and tiicnuch hall ai'b urm* 
mat* thi* lioinr vart altiartlkt Plrt.^* a.k (m 
Nitt'T land>raprd «• RV J-4M? 

la* Pwl prKa 1$I0./DU rai 


$ 1 1 .900 r:;;, $27,000 n. .oi cv 

.<■ a*k (.n Ml Uwwn Ria* Hatil K. Hm.htaon XV t-bjlR ^ DUPLEX 

IV j-lkay r>ai- RV »-«T7l OH I'JiM $15,800 ‘ rooaii tor annar and *•(«*• 

CAipCiri r\ . ' iuiia raniad at 1*0 oa? BHMlb Thia 

ar>ne/\ K»i'hi*ua li.ilni hat aaparala nelaii. tiut waiar 

MACULATE HOME $5250 « a »Ta*rr EV4 .»i*v ntat «tpt*t'a apuanaaa and la 

vi.« full DR Ruth bait r„t. 1 0 ACRES " ■ rmi* ^ 

'« T«w lacir tmin>on.. miM- • •ZAV-Kti Puit $10^00 

kiiihrn lull bun. •Mb Ol.YMfic VIEW blab larauan LOVELY HOME T nu— -,t- Ya- .Yl 

i Diut-in aaiaur rvi-u.i. Bi.ro>, dt k..« iw..,.. t-wti-i i Voui dovb parmant may laka thta 


AuuiokI- I 

tkirl'rnf I 


P«r lur’lin par'irular* rail M 
L atylitt, BV i'TIfl onytima. 


RV 3-*k07 r>a»- RV oh 

FAIRFIELD 

IMMACULATE HOME $5250 

4urrr|.« full DR Rwib bait (tit. 1 -J ACPFC 
i.tart* Taw lacir bniinon.* mod- ' •* 
nil kilihro lull bim< aiih rytra Ul.YMPIC Vlb 
r>*am Oii<r-in laiaar nci U* Buro'idt ».i 


«IVR LIRTINO a-r\iC/\ 

Ktiia Mi>nr :ui addlHanal tin* jgn SyZjQ 

•gu.iauOal abtir .idiua tiumr oaii r-rr paaitr-m tv i atai. 
iuialcd an dariraolt .urrt WMl r.." ,Vi ia-Ji 

fi>XP>Ftlon' 1 Utlny room ” r* a ♦an 

ttildiaia iiu.nu rucim hutb *i'u 11 JCT- 

(an uualli* oak tloHi ■ 8»i k liall 

ui'b 'toaiai* taiirl and baih Thtrt uniii."n>. i<-int ro>-i. |Jv|a 
all CIrar i.aMmirh' *ri(b <vai» ^-nt ■•*>hf<xun 4'j-(' ba,<*'n**<< 
(or i«o tar* Auto oil HW iirai- (‘upvti nipt (ml iMal.K H>. linn 
Hi* tpacnui kUriitn aliw A.r Ol-fl Oii' a BAHCIAIN •■in 


• .• .1 • uuncai m ..... me > I 3UU LXJWN 

^ h.i,.«alna run«i>>. ti 

■' ■ ' iii.na ronm. 

■ ".I :».;■' rvM.., .ai.,iwl k.i ,g.,„, j ba,.f«mM k.-.-liti. aub 

'•-•(*•..!( g„ ,*p», (i,r»T ol..'. I•.n.fcr...■t 

T, mia iiiiui aaulaM Ui' 

f.n.4-.l .m -u ' r JA yCA W4I.KIN') OlbtANtT 

’ • ■' J I U. / J\J t|*ti liital t»i (•tltn.i iMiiD,. 

Hid Catrii"' PV 4 rl3t ita •n.tii ttii.it< (ot n iii.uniii ai 

RV J MM f{< • I Jtik MliM>',.ii ,ir 

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Brentwood Bay 

ENGLISH COTTAGE 

Th>» Iditly rauu'r* 4<ro«mad 
.M'ltlt in pa.ttr. ■'nnilHlpn I* 
a.'uaitd un 3>, act. ai n*au'i* 


'GORDON HEAD" 
"1 67 ACRES" 


QUADRA AREA rakt.r.;rk* • 

.• a a •a.iVA limni 

$11,700 i::- $ 15,200 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT ^ 

vvuV brand new 


lAXM' ilt Vo’ iai-k’'lDiViY irVi..’ AtTpACTIVE Rin.Tf r*«lu*iva atanl. On aOnaa tpp «nll 

i-niiVr t.rilt 00^ T MlPti THIS TTirir ^-btirufh k&il t&arm abo'ri Km l^ondti, R»aa OR *•3141. 


JUST $5500 


»' iitntk Thi» |> a mm »*•?!•. 


YXCt.U8tVk 


i>4.> ti.mil' iiumt lOiMt •iiiiatalF >a|l Cft' PEAItCR EV 1-4711 Rt* '*'"4 ^ a'a'iiHii MIA amia«i..» 


BAllOAIN Pr.iu Itti dCOCA fb* UaiB*. 

.... $5250 SIDE-BY-SIDE 

cv 1*1311. OR h4Ui Thff« ia A «uhv r^i i rM 

.'u;tbir tie mo Hot k\r hroi LJLlr LtP> 

oak bay $ 13 ,. 900 ...» .« .... »» 

umano. .hap. O Wllti.ma XV 4-*3*l Bt r*ni !;*' 


OAK BAY 


• .i»af f,.irvaii >h«p> 


’>•* .I'.' All 'lii-i i-ai*'- '■■' a 
• -'•>M ' ,>ii«.i>.-\ HITli t'llAll 

Al Tip!. I. •!, aili a. iisH' t luitl' 

I , I «i,-a,i.ifj ill (■.i,>i. |ii; 

■ ’•I Is.,.' mill t ill |,i^f 


GORDON HEAD 
RANCH STYLE 

l*n« M3« laDkU.Ajkla Ruatt Vai 


•ni.a tiaiirr, un iiiirli (anniratird KICVA/ 
l~i Irifotiaii.ltaii plan laryr INCVY 
iiunc rowm lan.th -..t dinmu 

I—1 .1 ;«a.(o... UU lu-datr an- » '»*'>"" olurra b'Jiiaalow 
umuT alin La.u.m r.trrihiPf Thru ball. •>« kit 

Aftr.i. a.iu Lain nia-.., (gn paUa« unit 


I r«i tail. »ult, dpva-in -paiaKR. 

si 6.800 


OAK BAY SOUTH 


tul Itirl land 

• a'tr Imna (mbui notn fire- u»i»h, ainut* k.ii'h*i> *.•», 

olarr itrar kiiibtn 3 ordronm*. l"*im'*u ^ t.-u 

3 3; oainrooni, lull rtintm b«*a> UU • - i—r.ii «•■•.* 

Biani flAUA CmCKfcN HOUKT ’ • ’ *•" *' • '• • 

and yVOMKdHOP 'cou'd hr u-mi ♦! «■" Oumt- ton nrr •... 

«• a ■■>•/«' low T.VXkN M3 kala'» • 

Till* EXCLUSIVE t'SHNO lO. >'> ■»•' *' ■' 

UAIlRfl) COUPt f tnn^lil Mui Pn.-- ' X-'iii.n T'.-> -k*- 
irri uw.rklY flRKT TIME AD- g-..-.- ft 

VLR71.4ID. and a’ tnt it't <-■: 3 illl m< 

$n,500 real value 

C-'-'arl Mr Htut'irn Tt :' * »./ 

EV 4-li:4. .a* LV 3-7PJ4 a«r* *'•'> 


-niilt (rnin lha 


^ I Ob I* 

$1000 DOWN r; 

» arm J Iiuiata I >•" P’ " t 

'iMiit INI",, lie l.i'^'rt ■ni^ 


In ■ lie »" 1 

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a| I. . ...a ... r T 


Wt art Uullilliiu a aril nianntd 

I- .adt.i'iiii UiiMnaiwa iili d< 


l-n« laOaU.^iiia JlUWt Van hriiMHiRI ina.IBU* lupboatn. V.V.. - ...... /-LJAOillVl/= 

.ai.t luina .onm. l. *„,*■<♦ a.!i nr on. a.!H lurmai*, 2L«.* Pmr ' 1 . . la^JT CHARMING 

u..ktrt in *tilin« plantri- otnmg |.«..au,, a,H>i> .uiiaa. lo IM o^ «««« fiOO •»***'' ’*«r-old mu 

*.ta a.ii. mohaaany w.ll ran r-rt gn„.„ „d Uu *iih bOi^ lunr^^n lomilnn Una r* 

‘!:'htn •■•h ctilok Bud 'n-i- —i HI |, ,4 igjt ■••«• * *“** '* *' '* »*■# liirhrn ai'h nnok 


n«t|«] Rl. |l all) uittt 


ar*hr> and iruri ) an«ii-*ua<i 


' $11,700 

iiii'b ri.'t LV * TJ.a 


iia.riiiriii •'•h .oai t 


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(ull--)inl h m' 


• hMwtin wtih 


(nrm ai'i, !;■ 


(nr ruHii'.,* I'luii- ti'li ril-*d aii'i'malk ull t*i<narr laiir 
t.raiiii liirtilart. la uiiott i*pin >uRipU' 'Own 'lni*h'd in riaImu. 
f,.i.3B‘r iwMi aDrf .ull tTJa g.i* *n* Tb>-- namr 1- iiiuiiitd im> 


itu Ut( «*ii. lottrl 


',-.1 I t'fwm 

i, iiKuu.t. Zo*k> 


Hoy QtlL EV4 ■14W. laa BV 4-UI* 


= :■ t\ i ji. 
«-•: J :m a. 


REAL VALUE 


ABSOLUTE 

SECLUSION 

WATERFRONT 


Xt,;b ,Hk-ni i«tjfi k..«* m — 

‘m::.-i!:r' a".':" well-planned 3-bed- the- avenue 

^u-aa. V:- ROOM BUNGALOW. " 'J .1' '.'V 

. h " m- NOW UNDER CON- Uiai;* t 

jrj'Trt> Mi7-Y»'M*' ir' ' TSrrV. r ■ STftUCTtON. COMPLE- '""’•* 

at'h nrnmr ff r.t«ii- ( dtuaiai* TlQN DEC 15 BUY ' 

' ' 'tm now and' pick your h-V 

wu'^.i.n kj^l^doa. ... ri. £LEC. FiX- 

fj; i>''ir soVjO TURES hardware. pi».-t r..n>*. ' w 

etc nha loan of •• 


NHA' NHA! 

$2027 DOWN 
NEW 6-ROOM 

CEDAR HILL AREA, OF 


aaa tl*a kKf«*an -aith Bjma mn- *• arr* ana ** ntr.ii mnd-cana" Mr H*<U E‘ 4-bui XV l-3m 

iii4 rnom and liniit iimm *>• <> Uai - •bt ili- ■'•* Huk.- E*. . 

'Vi-iu •:.* irnni aaipan K«rh "w <'M»r THIS U IXt flliM' 

" ha* aarrpMntiait. idat VAltfai-i.r it I C C/M*v ** r-«..r- ..^..rr- 

I It a>aa BANS nn >a' 


• gpllia and ■ii.maa •.«i« pl.#-. im Mt l.a .-r, f. 


$15,500 2 FINE HOMES 


$19 000 hospital 

917. UUU Jubiira di-i.lr hut rl.an 
I X\' 1-3MI 4-1 mac T‘V»mnm(ti bumr A'l Imga 

, r - • Pull iiatrinan. ai'h r\.ra 

HA htt'ina 3 nha !«(.rt- 

.. .i» l !s>> All 111!- pl-.' 


--Ilf ..V..' •(itrm** OnaM pat* 
III. ■>. >1 Oil-. 

Call D, Wnt't 4V J.mi an«- 
•I na 


WAItKhKUNI tnu air. t.' -h... 

iim *Hii iF» 5 ri, 

l« e i-r 4 milri I'Ani •(‘•c \*l.* aiin kj *!'• doai. . •« 

at. (nod aU. kiop re* I a..-. '’ -n i $RQSn 

oi„a'i 1 nomr h** 'no a-.n- fj': iniit Tjw 

bolt* ■>( I -.trs cnailnrr Hi gb'. P'** * itli K..« ViCti •>>*■. 
i««, :i« ->( r^in 'iiai i* <*.:• OH o-i4ut I' .ir <7 •‘•n. 

Itit-Mi i'ltriiiar* and n-pi; lu; s <1K » i ‘'‘ 

$1000 DOWN- 

*»•' l*Ji:? <Hdr«i»aii and itikr urn ^ •• •> 

01 •hut Mrnronm laui ptrit (Sm (Of)(} / P 

>r5|« naihraom Cil* aatar UuiU* r ww . i 

a.i4 t.(b> Oil boi a«a naai ^ROn ? 7 

U-uaiil M»ol rnu mi-.ita bunia . .. ..... ... 

Ua amrui 14 taara old i* in a V, * ‘ 

hi* h .li.ciaa la*in.i '.ha aan an.i " ‘ . . 

iiaikra o* ogiiya lira ana cadar* " ,.»• «« *tial«r 

S.imruiii. aiilou.id.nii adauitbi* '*"* 

■ ina norm la«<( Tha oio-jaiLv ta ' " C I 1 OQS 

t.r*; hi* a .o*aU mr*aoa a.- • J “ * .. ' J.' ' 


rv.j «a«? r». ar:i 

SQUARE DANCERS 
PROMENADE 
AND SWING 

IV THR upgriom xnMPHB r..^ 


-n r«i>a 
I**.* ... 
■>'A*a »la. 

> -Tli 4 I i 

1. Pn.r 


$ 12,100 


.■ *a» .•l»*baii/r a -1 •rnart-r 
a.*-* P.‘<i>*iiy oi.alt • ‘m *■ 

..i full t...iia ,.>..t $8200 

B an UrfUI'd PVl im; 
ir- RV J Ji3« 


A ■*•- t< IS 4 . -.i.n- lu MuiilU tai.iMir Ai 

I- • 1 Uji iv'i.ru -!t . ,.ia k ' n*n and bain 'h»n 
fi»i>lt T(-! ;;..n,r i« in a JT^i* i»a-'-ci : 

l>* maiiila t '• ■iO'’". * ' — • ' 

T.'*. « r- py.. m. .. ' ,,, 

» •(, riiA'ii* .pa.-r .1- «ni -ri.m i‘ ... *i..i..>gin. »>»«»• 

b i'.- . umtur.ai-'F i-.. io..o. • '.ina 

'• ...'..h' fi|ii* lii-ai- '.i.t.iarr a. in -,.1-rrr | 

!"* . CORAn nictm'f»nt 

• “* ' pYjUU p. tit*- oJlr:i ». 

Pl**.t r.m'*.' W O r.4i(j| EV r*'rn.. Ki,;l> b«- • 
■'•iltil ant'ima *’•' ^a* • n«t*ir - 


A !>*• Um-oi." Hur.a I... ->t., • r onQ 

I.n- lu MuiilU tai.iMir An tv>*a-o**r 

...a k' n»n and bain 'h*n >.>o <t>trr 4 tm* aiiH »p* 


gtn. '••btllin* in u.r r 


'X‘.3»> ' *ffafi"» •'..3”* » -'-i 

•i. toirs *.2 *.t-- 

. ••rr 4 w - •-■•1 and :i A i 


IO..M. • .ind rt'.rp'iona: ,.,,m .»« gi; »riM,r. A gm 

fiarr a. in -,.1-rrr hia.it> r. r. #n/nr 

i--m* nut mi'tncr hall Ot.- J073 

• h» tit*- oJIrii »t tt.r b.j ' ^ 

•n-. Ki,;l- b* • .Ah. Call S E P'.t"” EV 4-gJl4. 
■ •-■• a il«t*lr - '»:in Owi 1 RV 4-4l^3 


?AyT?$9iViT%ua 

PRICE $13 400 SOMETHING 

A!i*n Muteb. day* xv j.Ttji. iDlFFfRENT' • 


VlnM,..;;' $16,950 * rPM 

HW (’Assets A UtM 


■ ina narra la«(( tha oio-jaiLV ta * C I 1 QQ^ 

|i, t.r*; na* a -aiah mraaoa a.- • J'"* , ^ 9I1.77J 

i. rnotii* Citaiau Aonjt U a. j!*? .'V"' ®\ 

anrud tf.ill Ta»r. tU4 <f *V- .=U. KVl-L.n ai OH *-l*Jy 


i.'r.VU' $29,000 

FXCLUhlVR UBTISa 
W- Womtitv EV 4-4IJ4. 

E*a EV 4 Jbtl 

commercially 
' ZONED 


A!i*n Mtftcb. day* xv j.TUi, 

SEA VIEWS 
2’ "4 acres 
ORCHARD 


■ 'f •ttima a ar 


HW (lA^Bt'S 

xvv.ai:i Rr. rv J.0414 

VISITORS 

HAvr vni' rnuR hi apt "fT 

ON A SEA VIEW? 


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f-a«r H • • I 


NEW NHA •I'liiltd • ihiD ?* m.rmt* dr'ta 

^ . , r* -I'r l-»ir li a p> >(Mr'» 

$1875 DONA/N r" rVxxp'’ iV"* lit *i>tc«Mb 
*r i r'l-iM VOChi. VUIOPOUS hA(»T- 

(f-T-Y nen HA/^K.1 PKAfl OHCHARO m rVPI»- 

\/ / KtK /V\LJ N PLOW7NO XTHXAW PPOVIOEB, 
41// I I-IN rriN^i V. WATfP POR rnRK'.A 

, ..-.■om ai'rar'irt aimta-ua TlOh >4< PAVOPAMtC PXA VIPVAS | 

la ... .vmi’.rird «Miiin 3* Oa*. QP OIT.P tPlANWI V. *UBDI- 


?ri' 0»»'VE HV kniO UtniSlIH IVl 

"'■’or'’;,.:.';: >v^*r!,^ HtYTyi-aa.i 

'•m al i.it '11*11* '**1 It*, a. 

.-*. • 'It Do I (t annri irt.tina 

•’ t itrat «t'l*d na'in in-ir <tw 

■o,:;;- v", $ 15,950 ritwft 

f«T (u- i.tr dt'aii* «i..i ap IN I I I I I 

consolidated 


ra^mi-s'^k:;/ uili fairfield 
2'*;;**“ p”;"*' charming home 

a. 10 lax. klOM nn«n $1 1 fiOO ’*«r-'>l*l »«urrO in nlro 

aiih boi^ ■■^***^ **._ ""7“ UKaiinn U'aa i-aiiiuai tlariria 

•oil ba*r- **'" '* tn*«* liK-h*n ai'h n>»ok thru ball 

j» no* t'ivm Koy QtlL SV4 ■14W, laa BV 4-UiP plan .pa«.i»o> li.iaa room '*0 
ul- t ^k> ' ^*'4' btdrooDu. kaaii* bathroom. 

I...I _ _ full ba>tmant. HA lurnara »#»• 

'in/vA/h near HOSPITAL 

>19.000 Juuir. ai. I IC x.it ru.a rr?',.*'V.rt $12,600 

XV l-3m 4-Tonnr^.^nntm burnt AJI Imaa £>„ 

t . (Nil l,t,t.Hai.. ai'h r\.i^ av 4>I«I4 

, HA htt'ina 3 nha !<i.ri 

iTirrlrl-i' -rr City-quadra 

1-1 '•> '*••• SR2nn * *<arm bunsa; •**. 

..»*> K...ii full *....■• ,i-.,t ^wn.\/v ijtjt |..«n tiitpiai* two 

• r-j i,...i. PVl im- I- 'i«*rr •'rdrinnia 'htu t>all Ptm- 

c *>•■' i» pv j Ji3« *• rah tt*e hli<~'»* 

'to 1 AA ” 1'-' (Via hadroom In na»^ 

>IZilUU ,*..r-e DAiL/ nirAO CCA ** *'•* 

lAMES BAY, NEAR SEA s'”'*- i oca 

5C0TU>fi v,FiL-CAHED-POIl 4- tifOKJ 

. dW aUNCiAWiA apbiai 14 »r 

-,'^.r Vi. '“I* '■ »•'»»''“ ">■' WATERFRONT 

' . MtaJvan Wii'i all ranar Ci'ud TV A I CfvriVLJIN I 

.r-.r.“bV. ‘^rxenA homes 

:i .4 1 ■■HI- ___ $6500 ^ Ooier aiiacco noine. Dvloc 

■ i> Cti.u.K jv.iti* o«adabl* or diM.mjni Im d'n.ot loom targa rob k»t- 

p. A anM catii cbm (am liWroiMBa plu* a tub* 

$8950 * ^ *“• tY.-'Sr'^mrV‘.n?no;t‘Vrmbmk5 

». . ’ 4"‘»- ba titnos and lali kitehan On 

it'ta lot Piib 1*4 fl naiarfrpBi- 

MUST BE SOLD - $13,600 

I ,1 lu .. i-i, 4.v-:!im *.uii With food tarma. 

. Va i.!.'*. V‘‘. "I. •>*"»» *•" M- •udbiuf. 

13 ml • 'MMit •! A' i>* ■I'* ^ fiBa.tOfto 

,1 n.-tp ri , M. .1 I e »bn mih. C 1 n 

, I. k*k "» p. . :»IU.VA;U OROnOK RANOAtX ltd. 

>12 000 11*4 Druilaa Bt Phona BV *-*|*B 


$11,750 


$8950 


A X SttbP' TV 4-»3*$: tea. 

rv 1 1174. 


MUST BE SOLD 


«-tn*i k'k"** pi 


. ’ I u -I I’ I* 4 m liuii 

I « - I • liil I * ai.'il tu-a' 
I » 'MM'lt *l A' )'• ' > 3- 

*bi» mih. p- 1 /\ /\/\n 


$ 10,000 


' . $12,000 

In * >< a ■•• O W f‘lil*'.tA, 
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V(PAM * WHVTV 
OAK HAY firaLTY I.TO. 
llkl Oak Bay via 


RITHET 

CONSOLIDATED 

LTD. 


A. BERNARD 
HEISTERMAN *caLTD. 

I I U.I I k-i >« Y «r n a,* Fort Sum EV4UM 

UNIVERSITY AREA OVER THREE ACRES 

- • •• - -I*-^ 'V .* ,r--- THREE BEDROOMS 

. .. I. ..•« . , fcl U-2 > T. n n tmiudnl (.od lUdar IV.ma 

. p-.ul. » IP l,.Y|..*t-. arnt.mt ,g,„ ha»rma« and 

■...* pv.-;;. r*u k.'i .. n . Lrt » 'h fii|dap*>. DR 

- I. -,«.t tu.;- atus.-f Alt tma btdrtn and tn'lum 


Ker 

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Stephenson 


Jark Sruan XV * 1134. 
flrt IV 4 *47* 


ACT QUICKLY! 

MODERN HOME 
OF CHARM 


I ..7J; :v V;«r pAi*« bir Tuo rOMTY fll»T KOW HUS TYPk 
badrbaiTt a-nii-Tr PiUJPf'lTY is •TAHtR PPI.A 
•;ir.%'**"*r«i* aT** j-hh ttkms , yen 


HICKS 

$17 756 REALTY LTD 


|-.,P... ball, tilt iPtnrni ba.p y I J 

m*n' Oit-OM*tlf iiratiu* tit. i.u ■* * ' r JV^ XL. II L. I Lri 

':::i,7;rL‘TM/';rn vV\>yr r../oH7”m- "•'* , >’»' rvi-mi 

*■ a-. NHA m.ut- »1 1 ecrt 1 Op® Hudiwi i Sat Siora 


7.4 FOIIT ST 


SHAWNIGAN 

\r» « . A. uun<a,,>*« i >>^l'.',* 

••>,,,{ ...,r 

' .1-M nu. Kl>- !«i> ■*l'h >t.l.l»a 

«.»a 1 .w- *4 f yr 

tmi «M>K t\”a rm « f a e/h/\ 


,B*. 1ii*v.t<P*1' '<«' a 

' .'■■•^ 3 i pi*. •» ... .I. ' • 

atkl htai I>.>u<i|r .'•* ■*i'F 

' $ 11,200 
Ur r*.i.>- • l.v '4141. 
p... f.V’*‘»lk 


'l•*•n*l•.■« I J nltauw bndrou*** | |DI ANir^Q 

u.M-flir* Bara Mar-.'iarn b-Mwa Wi L/vINLxO 

“ui*'..rt $10750 BEAUTIFUL SEAFRONT 

Call M DriiahKul aardan (actna *a<ludad 

,-vfa i*ny-a4ia baarb nlin matnifirank 

o i>a<a e( *aa and mramnini Rnjor 

*11 ihjf from a baauuful and e*m- 

OUTSTATvJDING Inrtabla homt nitb *nara (of 

r\Ai^ DAW kj/-i4t-c r'rryana in thr (amllr Larsa lia« 

DAT rlUiVtCO tnt rnooi. autii-aiaa dlnin* inaoi. 

1 Cht<minc bvma •( 1 4«0 •« f* dm •iih fuaplarf. mutv rmim. 


291 NICOLA PLACE 
3 BEDROOMS 


OUTSTANDING 
OAK BAY HOMES 

1 Cht<minc bvma •( 1 4«0 •« f* 


..^-.^^HAm-f J|1550 

riaa*a call Clllf Ortan an I J’-.* 
•r Hav MrOtlltyPt* UI4* iaH4 


In batUM.u. I p.afui* ir,* »rt*t;r *'p^OlJIAAAl T" 
»i»U taval buiw*' ny hj* ibtoa '.tu) W l ( » VI— i 

"$2500 down^' 

dlmrta i.aam ’ucablttl rt»* aii.4 ^ . 

kill Pan niib -jiiUi* •'■■c# Rutp.»i* ''O 

rtajnr and rttfa naib «b haat 7 f\W\»;(V\J 

mciM on naa' La*a> '-<t ti'b >*rni , ipanvu* lamii* i.»mt in 


BOORMAN 
INVESTMENT CO. 
LTD. 


• It FORT RT. 


LAKE HILL ' ‘ 

Oi<r «<*ut*rif an Xma< nit«tni 

Thi* ntl.fiiifgi i-tnnt brann nr« f 1 1 Y 

»'uc«« oungalnr aiii bt rtadr ^ 

(«• orrupancy -**on fhirr ntd- »'•»»# to •••An A'i>a.'i\a 4 rm bun 
■ m* U» LH »uh Roman ilia Hit- • i i-drm* Ut and ■•'• alt- 


tmi ni'lv t\”a n" P 1 1 CA/h ran. L'«haprd LR and DR. aun drr» *un room da luit kitaban ni'B 

.*«<•> T-m* il I iOUU t?r.irii..*\ar..*iuin. 'iMm * ***'• *'*»* oauim- kii newk brtaaii»i nook T«a badrnomt and 

MRS. A.VOXKnuN L j i^lr™ 4 *’► haibtm JTult bathrnom an main (Indt TWa bad- 

ro^-*..vi “*"•'• •- -• eanraom* * wr r>i*n *,,..,.,0 nurk- oom* and baibranm on around 

bV . lJu fui' ba*amrm a 1 1 b ihsp runpu* room oi’h PP 14- Vary laraa rumput toom. 


rnmpu* ruorr. Wlin! and piumM* ^ 
Inr t'linmatir aa.ntr ana anar 
Amnniadr H A (urnait Immtdiata 


do»n a>u CiOAAA Oil-O-Maik htaiifir 

i> Prict ^ 1 8,000 '■hoira nmptrtv and a lOod 


Amnniaiir h a turna.t immtmaw , ui,g,iog, *naciou» and tactn. Oat*. XaA CAA 

^jTV $14 200 S»ll imit hnrna rhPicHr «««* t*»n*n Prttt $42,500 

'■*' * ' Pnea .... ICH-atrd Rni and thiu ball. l.R, Mr. Botad IV 8-3411 anvtimo 


**>a*u.*hod sal .tan. Tin* la cri.od 


\ good ..onomna 


**11 quukly 000 ip.aniion ana ibrouah ball *trt 

■P'>^^,VJW i.iint ra**n> ainiiia pram 


M>* sn.-itr EV4kiri; 
• p« XV I 4445 c*«A 


OAK BAY 

COTTAGE FOR TWO 


rablitri kill i.rn. uiiiiir re«>m. •* • 
m t*niirt <*!;a oimna *^a..<> '*•* 
laiaa bPdio*m> Uten aiaLaa* in i • 
i.<*«a btdronm* a>d 3 mart lar«.i t 
-I. an 'i-uai .«*i 'Hit* batbiMom and 
liii'aa* Hal' • «■' *rnt ajlh ft*a 
■ ■••■•ma-ir oil p*.k««r unit tk’.a 
i<Hlr< n*a ■u'vn.alt'' b«l »•'- 
■*Pk T'-i'- bat nrrn alt 


FAIRFIELD 

REALTY 

31$ COOK ST 


puct Out»t-«irr diaina room h'k'«ri 
tltr rab ki'cbtn 4-i>r oalh MW ' '<*> 

(bmi* OOM ntai PuU rrmtm L**' 
kaivOTtoi «i«h «*>itt-in aaiaat Taim* 
In (*(• *11 ont ntto* (oi twH. ' 
(artablt iiting l,v lour Bonn vu * * 
p.mirM un -bu 

.'"t a- im> pitia il 1,/UU 

F») •ppninimrn. >u «<ta -n,* 
t*>,|.«n' bui .til Rill Pti-on 
eV3-kl*r a>.>.i>t>F 


ik'vn ••'h din.tis aiaa N«** tui ’ 
' (uina«a. Xxr na.rtrn aial tiu.i 

;.m. $11,000 


Ur RlanninalV 141*1; 
Rat* KVk-llIk 


•MRS. AXOKIUO.V 


Dfl k't and nouk 3-batirm. dm j 
an.1 atntir bnibiB Wall-w-watU 
carpa: iMeuabaut Pull bi«h ba*t- 

I OAO OAK bay I Ird bcdtin atiil J-ort baibrm KER & STEPHENSON 
1.000 DOWN M ruanr term* *r- e%\ om LTD. 

Mm" ‘ nJS R.r*'^Mr“ A '’u^iman Xv’*.3M7 (Mamhar MumoM Uatint Xurwu) 


rmir>.*trtt ra<*ar'.rait«i »*u<r,. aa ntanta *i>tnl |u»t rartnily tor i* 
t"ar.a.» rarast T*3ti .«vv drrora'ina n*w Dufoid . »*l • ■; 

1*4 ti,.n saoan d-oCAA tavr.trauan* an* 


$8500 


fu,, pri< t 

D. X Wiik.n. -n P-V 4 ki:4; 
ra«. .<Mdnav UT 


BRAND NEW ‘^^^e work all 

$1500 DOWN 1 Pit -nt iiMi** *na nl* 'b* 
FULL PRICE $8950 I 


mr aiuminum ravr«irauan« and I DUU MLJVVIN i 

dowe nut»* ni nIumHna u.tii ■ lo- I 

(lar niomii Tbart art anstna I MO FULL PRICE $8950 I 

•n I. ■( Muat *uara an ona lloui 

Can ua bpuah* ntbtr (urn'-'.rd ai fltauUfiil 4 raemad aturra bunia* 
'jniiimiMitd Iigtal toi renmmt ^a madam a* inmar>n« ton- ' 
Muaa naardint «r ran ttr* tawl* itat* uf nic«Aty»i -Itin* itutm. I 


KING SIZE 
RANCHER 
1 ACRE 
$3^00, DN 


■•■'•K a.i naai Clwa ti. all (acili 

n\t: $995c 

Call Mi Hamil'nn RV 1-418I; 
r«r* np7>t48* 


paaca "never BEFORE" 

jWOU •*’ i">Fb '•nan (dftrrd (•*• 

, - ■• T"i* I'nri-, lwnanl.«*i nnrih 

y l-4iai, fl.'.nw I* •■*.(•! awTi- 

* ii.-rd fur N«4 >npr tunr T'*-,. lie. 


NZIsTTflMAN * COMPANY 
■ Rtiaaiitiiad 1U4> 

1131 Rlan haid i' XV’ 3-4 


REVENUE BUNGALOW ** duB«ti*d S mi* nnii *' 41 * * aadronm* »rrv madtm aabinti 

ri 1 « 1 1 •“'* *'•« ••trbtfi bi'b m.l'ty aft Ua» 

$11,700 $11,700 Ji* y^nad C*ra<a •lib iddiilanai 

nOAVmmm 4iaAa B Rba* m li I kl *i 1 IaI bII 

A m«l.m wumt l■|..«a■•m •Mih a itni Waiiau, lo« laata acMd »aM 

luii.- ■riii.i** r..r lUi a Kb mDriaatt ta rai»t Oant, v.ll *r»(r, inn«„» Uh0*capad lo '•»"* 

m n>». fhi* ^^hr i.'M tbotn rair* kaUnct at MM pri month ''‘’••T* Idatl Ttyr rtlirtd 

'•<*5 *=v. 1* .iivl *'■«>< |f i.at a Whai can bt m.-tra rraamiabir* Tbli F-ruo'a ar launt cnupla viih ana 

n»i«* "*inc r-*>*ii V ta*li •■m* .I'.nnc ■• tp rLiftti rtr tuod pratmillan *biiil Vrra aronnm'ral la htit 

r.*un ftr'rtr til, Iirt) Inr.a (t i.np I |aat •• rail QUH-kl* Call Lan l^Dn.it BV 3-I743; 

lull •i-.n.'n' •••anivn* «i". (••lA Pnb *iKt ^ i n OAA «*** XV 3-llt3 

■i.-r ■>.,<■ W-i'>. 1-t an,! au'it- ani» i I ,L, ZVJVJ 

«••« iHiVt tiiiiam* Ch'jck Mailtrt fir* kV 4 $47n , 

^ V'.' ’"■i.'i. «vr.„r’ "“ DRIVF RY I 


*• duMtatd 3 lotk anil »rai* j aadronm* »rrv madtm aaainti 
Howtra auUM and (ruU Irtr. Cij- aiirbtn anb m.litt aft Ua* 
»a»4 ‘‘o^ J* •otrhad c*ra<a •lib iddiHanai 

•clwWi -bapki or and eu* U.al- ...... i.. .n 


Call Ltn L^Dn.at BV 3-B743; 

ftft XV 3-1113 


• ii.Td fur N*4 >nPT tunr Tv*'>* lie 

IPANY a.t-;n* 'arfi* l.R anin FP dinttia 
L, t'tr tamW' kiimm.’ bnarmmt 

, ,,, «*-"< MOW *,.u «*••*. htai Thi* 
XV 3-41S1 pr ,prr«v »□*( ba ai ld. Tiv your 
- d--un »'iT>tni . 

Call Jtrftrv ai PV4-9Hi ar 


•Vi-BIIT at# 


P.* -nt .iMira *na nl* in* h t i - d--un »MT>tw . 

PUB. 'tir *ttd *a«l II till aiaa STSOQ DN , Call jTc Jtrftrv ai PV4-9Hi t 

•4f*J.yw , wi V inVA/rT’C A P\ 'VHMIT at# 

•P'.* braglUtil MOM lOI In Lakr • '.*40>.:-Ji (•...•,• ii,ir(-*ri |\ll» YY'S | n/\l J - 

Rtll ■« ID (Int •bant and tl^ uUwm-^i .tr^ hr*ttia*l aira • • t« T » ^ I w/ 4k-,r i j>a-^f». ^ 

hnu-t U tun «.-h i Ut bedrm* *’«4 n'>»l>»* Th«t n a FEALTY LTD. S I HW AW I 

■ twi 1.R «i>b dtnint aita Oil •!••» ft-.m tha a •. i»a a hrtth- **4 f-.j YV3-I111'*-' ' » » / \l x a 

ht*i and al.*r bal wtiar wiih ‘ •pt'hw* "‘-"B » ».*, 1 r\ ^ ^ 

utiluy riit Thi, .* a ttry *pa- '"■*•" ••'b <4>n'"» art* Ewrafut, NPW — NHA f I A IP K X If 

f*wi- •tll-dtmraind homt •Ub 'bru h«l' aim 7 >aMrm* Kcl _ L^L-pNiNIX 0< XtV-. 

a .try aixarmt 4','. mmu hnni hr*. ( ...uUt dr-v.* u 3 BEDROOMS PLUS .. . •* 

ya(t Mnnaiaitit » |*X ftCA '**'*'"' ailaihad cariuir Ul**n* • CTICfT AAVA/Kl *®* Rrouabtao SI Phdn# XV 804 

ftriran ai 5I0,7 j 0 •••<«•*■ and |a*.U All Ha* >JIDU LAJWfN I cyri 1 ICIVP I KTlNf^ 

- ^ lo-tm* ran '.t vemr* d-'’ *ba an A sa» aebMatmrru m imaiina- tAL.LUjlVt LIJIMNU 


•08 COVKAHMXICT •TllKKT 


CAPITAL CITY 
REALTY 

8M OORMOR&.Vr XV 4-11 


Pnr appatnirntnl (•» »t* (bU ia>i,*\ani* inw 
(.nt 1^ cal. rhr« Codk at '.V; “7’ 

PV 3 iiat antomr 


I OAK BAY 1 5UITE FOR THE FOLKS Ti."^' '.Ctc (-niT...m nu-.tm 6..n,a- 

* NEAR The sea l7*<h*r .M «*ur<*i flirtuial'M’ itan. wi'i. ImII iWM-n.tni aiiri b'.li 

*' Jitl*r* IV. Sa.' In *)•■•, <>|.| l<*tny lumtaia liaim 1* an t\i t)«>*.nal bu> 

DfOntPtXO IN DMION Rliuaitd i->-m niih l■|■•lt KP Utlt rur iktlail* idawia Xof BcMiry-. 

Itn a chntca toiaiian m a batitii- i*r*h t,> ••lunai y.iiilitn 

lully landKaoad let «i'h trult •wlh. r<<n>aai**t •uimn* 

• and nut trtt*. fiab SOOl atr ul'fi *kwrr fnr 3 .-.Ua n»aru y-.ii QO /^DCA^F A\/F 

TOO CAN BNJOY TMB SOLID h<*n •.•••inrM **7lh r..,m u.itt 'O V-fVCrVOC /AVC. 

COMPORT OP THE OXN WITH a(u1 aat<arait I-Hh'l Aul» -.41 AC lur iTC (“ACV* A“1 CAIOI 
PlHPRUbCB UVTNO ROOM na.r *rat «ui-«>.li. I|W l-m.-r 'u-U I t CUiT CLtAfN 

WITH A PIRPPLACY DINIHO iNikatP sarait Nt«i lut laialvaionf Htra ■» Hi# raiirarntnl apm-ial iif 
HcyOU,^aj1 adk floari 3 btd* and nmi Hat*. B«‘*i taiut in Hw nrtfu-nti >n «ir|m sl<'aniinc 
mom* *mall cablnti Kitrban full Kwimm«it » « * n/\/h *hi.‘a •nlmf 2 hadruom •'•liar' 

b.ml Ml htai atiarhad aarayr fri. - il l,7UU Vin> mtxl 

Claar till# Taaa* IIMt: Ttfm. (..tg.nr »<|t, Tiw-rnlvr uui at- i/OUU 

ran ba arranatd a(kh 88 MM ).iai $i4b C«an* PA MAT. Kwa 
danft ♦ 1 JL CAfT l.R * ,*M ^ ev ViMS 

run- sric# ilOiJWU _ _ CCC DOnAPlVA/AV 


ESQUIMALT 

SPACIOUS 


DRIVE BY 

283) MURRAY DR. 

BEAUTIFUL LOCATION 


ROCKLAND AREA 

13 i*n bnm* in la*tl* ttnina 
priftc' itttflut pinpaiiT nt 

• bofflt pa««iaiiiiif Tbt.t 

• rt 1 bailitm* pin* « •a*nrm* 
Pot fiirptart* Ut cabinai kii- 
rn*n Itr DR. utHlir rm hall 


;:.r;T $ 18,250 

fhara ■■ a *n<Ba of 4'i '**• al 
MRS LAVKNDKR 

SY3-47JI ev»8J.n 


STEWART CAREY ROAD 

/**! ADI/ 0 ^1* •’"'M- nnnplaiPlr 

I I /aixIX Ob V-.L-/ modamiaod. tvm hadrm*. LH las 
v.«k.t M -M ■% a-a* ^ • ku. Ml iM«#(naM (ull)- m*uuiarL 
•M Rrouthtao SI Pbena RV 804J1 Ma ul rbiarta. Or-m carait ard 

EXCLUSIVE LISTING A*reiV'^n‘*l.2Sl'"i^^ 
3914 ASCOT DRIVE j/qqO 

lwh*l!ak*trarmt!int ■ild’ *lm* i Dlrtl Otlhar. KV3-4C34 txtnmo 


5 OCA ‘4‘- dh»‘kD •»* (ir*i el#*t eno-. ‘\0]A ASCOT DRIVE hnndka. 

5,250 irutiign and U0l»b Leraiad ' L/Ai vt ^ 

- - :::n ;.!d’*.m* 0*^1 oxhtr. xv3 

miparrd tumniu, *»Ut iltciru iiHrltr a( land»fanlny •( lhl» 

Pvkk,i*v *uijai* ioariallv laid am !•( prnntrl* lomorltln* I aim oi AA^ C 

ev»«.n -mui*^ ;S''.ne rantrnltnrt b.«h araund .In.# id Ctdar Mill OAK I 

af hou*fai(» Ammu*! ah nt« Cr(u*i (ud Tht bam# •noi uf« but T ASH OR 

<imiia' hi|h-a'iaiii» horn#* a«hl ra«'fai-»*t»lt and romnari' alft'* V»Ajn \JI\ 


OAK BAY 
CASH OR TERMS 


FAIRFIELD 


• mliailr ifxb'td td all luril al 3 ardreem* >oia.t «|lar- «Hfb'n Friin.imiral UvinB a* <•# hear (Taan. 
rlif aitb nuKk arrttt to rauntr? DR tR and aula on II w hr*' «rltiaaiU 4tin atdmx hunB full 


and lovtir *rt «it« Thrtt tt'ta •a'-iia *lMkr (a.ntal,aa- cjgi, bbibi and irantimri •libtn , till* and a 

lo-. ran al*a bt pr>,cur#d Tmal M It'a* l.lt •iih brauiilut mnmti An. Mn*ttrna*»(l ton- »tr* t#nd ant at 

nnrr »t\*s iirtnia,* i*aii *nrt -•h (■•■oa. C-dor ngaiiit home In Vutariaa »a*t Pnr apiK la »lt» plaa>r r 

»vb itrm* iZJ.CKK} and dimnc aiaa nntfime d.-.irabla *ita. Il 18* rmh XV ••3*ai Mr* fiorth Sid 

n*,i ■i*,*ni »v a aio* .. ,, "H'fn* and 4 nc rIIA t 1 A O^O *V 8-34*1 Mra Crlrkmay XV 8 

Brrf Bryant. XV 3-SI*4 anruma '.aihrm Fu , nawi ribi*be*| r#r i.n i I 4,70U _ ^ , . _ , . . 

niih FI* ^1 nt#. ai(a<hrd taiaat. B«r;gW*» attn' W Bttlty. I OAK BAY 


ran be 

daan 

Pull- urira 


Na 78d CInad Waiino ridbt In 

Wiwn all ta<ylDmtiii rt«ay in to Bi.' * *-.«i 

■•aid) bu.int*. PAOAA 

Pull nily# $2900 

Oll*a Ortart* XV 3>8IR4. j 

•nyuma. f 


Sup •mall ■■rrirn m t c ••r A 

A*kin« a i 1 Oi /DU 

MM. iJkVKbOEH * | 
XV 3 4281 XV 8-8I2T 


Svheel* •nepirina rtniir. *al( Aitrar'ir# tarm* If rriitiittd Clear ■Marnu'iu let Ut ? badtma. imb 

club aaikt and irantimri •libtn , tiOt and a til SOO ^ nldiT hioiv# ,m a au.tt 

minniti An. Mn*urjia*»(l ton- »tr* d#*id any at . -r * ' m<ph amott «dher llna # a^AA 

Qiitliit borne In Vtciariat meat Pnr apiK ta *!*• plaa>r rail namra. Only io/UvJ 

'i.-.irabla aita. •118# rmh XV •-3*ai Mr* flarth Sid iSlV WnilMt. CVVTB30 eveninna 

NHA $14 950 *V 8 34*1 Mra crlrkmay XV 8 317* "k*" 'tniiMt. ■.¥ >T*» eveoinf* 

actn'~w Batlty. I OAK BAY ’ FAIRPIFI D niiDi pv 

ev-am «vm r\* 3,31^ . niiuaird an a aultl itrttl. cint# rAlAriCLl^ L^L/rUCA 


I IRSt T7M1 OPTYRBO rOR 
ALt r.YCLOAiVk IINTINO 
Call U H Rar.di XV 3-4117; 

p*rt i;v'i-l**4 
nr Raland Am«« XV 3-4117. 


BUILD NHA 
NO 

DOWN PAYMENT 


555 BROADWAY 

ELBOW GREASE -$1000 


COLOUITZ 


/■V A L/ n y V/ - - — aiuuii-'* arm irarr 

^tviiTH 'downpayment 

j . urdroou y* Ruirr’"Vv '’ii«' *' 


BRAND NKW 3 - URDROOU 
lull b*mt Lunaalaw MAHOGANY 
WOODWORK. SLIDING OLAM 
DOORS lu «•* kuiH Inta tbla 
name la add tba madent laurh 
vti vtrv «tt| elanntd far •on- 
fariahia liyina SITUATXD IN A 
hXW ARKA as a laraa Itval lai 

.13** SQ rr CIO ZAA 

PI.OOR ARRA. Purr ^ • 0,OUU 
87.*M dawn. Milance at 1*8 71 nyo 
CkU Roland Amo* XV I-4II7 ar 
U U. Rand* RV 3-4117; avta. 

XV 3-l*4* 

LYACH h SPARKS 
I 111* Blantitard Bt 


THE ROYAL 
TRUST CO. 


Tbto nira iirtr imdrr.im •Mimixw 
. •*•) hri.ivk marktt •a-.-auw 

diuun-'i araJ irHrrtir iirrd «i>ru>»nff 
Ull. tVfa>ri- ti«# rnn )'m lAiy a iw 

$11,950 

Kitll uo yiair tlaataa and makr 


Na 747 3u*t camnlt'M ranrh- 
<ip* a'inrtlaw an 3 acre* ftna 
land I aert* ritar *nd ) arra 


FAIRFIELD 

OWNER-BJILT 


EV:nif evaa CV 3-**5 , Sliuattd an a nuin itrttl, cint# rPM(VPlCLt.y LfUrUCA 

OAK BAY Ibop^riT'irXr Md^tluiaTtS home and revenue 

auntaie* alfari i OM *o D at I’ltprr «ui# h«a If* Ut 3 b#drmn. 
COMPORT - OUALITY rvckllMil H»mf a*arr eanprlHni iRr kit and kalh Lowtf baa im 

h.«Cf:.i.Y'V.dar an aui« rLntr ^ »•>”• D" » »»•»• *« •*“> rab kit and 

!r?*lVih**i *bfdt^mimi *?■! * «■* ‘Iw*. Cab ill uith naak, 4- > NMh. Sctiaraia tmmnca*. maitm 

r-.u r.L- .^ 1..,!. I,,^ *■•« and pf* bainraam PuU rtmeni aaac- and hot »mi#r FuU high haaametd 

nianaiHi anji a I ^ OA/T braTint Inib irtaa in ihe ra«iH- (anjfi* in enrh aulM mrludad. 0#ar 

S^ ^ueT^ $17,900 k.a. J.rdan 5 1 9 OSO 1 1 K OOO 

oSS wm. ran bt ar.aneetf f*rut an i»rm. ^.YOU yT«. prkm y $ I D,0UO 


- - - .■ Tn MT«*> intarmra M ary •«( me 

M.mr (itl#4 Rhma pftaat rail >4111 

SV-'INERTON'S""'" 

n. „orrcr..'“.v ORCHARD , 

HOME PLUS SUITE 

At|rarti«a modern l-taom aiurra arlf *<iiu»ri>rc r# trg aitd (run 
licmit Pull batamtni Ml bra*. W-ugirrmi (arden nOtfi 1* rirai-iiai* 
Driva-in taraae Oclichiful aar- (run 'ri*#* ix an dru'nrit.n M<mrra 
Sen Al*« )-r« eutie ranted Sti- BShur ,41 'be 88\|33 M. irf* 

Baled Jubilee area. #11 -7nA •mminnanM •nth ran khtnen 
Term* Prne il 1,/UU berlr*atma. i3xt8 IhinR neun Tn*n 

Mr RaUaml XV 3-71*1 XV 4-7IM oniv 83|. dCCAA 


n-rkiaid^^Ha:::';*;::;..' :ri Sri'S, irr'rm.'^V'r'r •'.is 

• Uh ral«id Htaillai,.!''^ 11'*'' "”* •*'■> '*“• khWIr. 

home alierinr both »e*lu»irnf- ^ * "V"'" ku.i«# $ 1 3 440 
and a nanoramir view a( »br ** *M*lbP -SIOiMMU 

rnnmrv*iae Pull ^ , nr^ Lt'XKME HAOOtlW 

price er e(rtr i 1 0,7UU XV : 4.'8l XV iain 

Mr Davire RV 3-SllH. anyUme 


Real (amtl) iacn# Apa<i<-u* V rnnm* ptaie •#r thu rail Vernan P"( »n »l»» nlta*t .eh C*rt Phipiia. XV 8-1703 e*emnn 

Nraril) nru, (utr whai nv<He-r -u Clarke XV 3-8117. eyt. XV 8-1334 IV 8 3441 Mr Lufcri OR7-«*e* 

drrrd 3 h#d,m* <«i(f kilrhen Pllb 

■Inuna am. 10,^' «"«t' i.aun *nd ' “ ' 

jraram- Ff mm, auf.. HI heal ^/OD/*C ADPA 

H-1 area hr (he kid.tlr< ' OL/KOC /\r\L/\ - — , . , 

a-S~S,T4« 2 COTTAGES I 

“'’don head 

LOW L/Own raym4-m ^ . CAO n/AVA/KI , “T”'" ^xu>om sxxn x>t. 

H- rva ^ ' !!»-»?>«-" *' 

READ TH IS isiSTS-T; SKSlFS 

Ti^ iKiM r»»»fVi m ^ hvtf Uvlni f0O®i, iltchtn CABIM1PT BLAO I KIC K LivH Wa 

3 RRDRtK)MS BRAI-TIPUL CAR- *^h lim^acv Ml *iri- •imiB* rwim. rnp*er olumbinB TTila rlean, mm- XXCXLLRNT RASRMRNT WITH 
INRT U.RtTRIC' KirtniN SPAC r*va-i>2» hrdr—m. lat^oe klUVn. B'k'id b"«« kj^kbil* »R )W» A RfWOffRD rW RUMPUS ROOM, 

TOUS UVlKO ROOM. flREPLACX ■ Full '•«emrm dmr in »am«e, h-4- HHIe w«r«^4b<n b»lf_en^ ecr* ORIVf IN OARAOR OTU fB 

4-PtYrB RATH Oil HKAT PULI n'r **.*•! and '.an Rear -fia'>l» pay B«»d ewl Aill nrlca 17 8** aad an Meal Mraiien Ynu ctn’k 

nASIMXNT DRIVX IN OARAOX m.-nt nill t.anrt'e X-SlMl 1. V EP *'»”•' W'"**’ •»«»* Ml Id raruider II al anif 

NTUcco RXTERfOR DUROIU SA' NDER!* ><#iTW*'MTi *#.w Na 3 I* yrr? *lmilar tn Na 1. Phf manih locludtni taiea. 

ROOF lOVXLY LABOR LOT. 4 lie* -4 Vh tmu Ud . 61 Ya'rt M- ani* It la |u«i a llitle aldar Pul) >'•<' (urthtr infermatlan ahaitk 

FRUIT TRRX8. HANDY POR Ph.mt XV 8641. .. price anlr Id 8«* I* CartwrlBbt at XT I-64I any 

SCHOOLB AND T74AN8PORTA iiiha, ana af ihoaa *aii>.a. ..a '**' Nortbweatffn Becurlllta nt 

NANAIMO**'mU 8T BI acKD TRY **°1*‘**<^'‘ ***tAI.TY (H>W LTa | ba bad (ar the ft* datrn M)»enl ''•'‘•H* ^ 

YOUR Sown pavLSnV" /-| A n !✓ r •* ®"'Y •Vl«s To *ee ibeM ai- $14 500 

iSvx ^ OR SST^aia!i« CLARKE 1 iraetlva pTaadrtMa »(y<me HARRY 

«.R>5x CALLS CARTWRin^l . HOBSON af Narth*ea«era Sacgpt- 

POR^I^Wrr* I^*P?,;maT 10NI * a * a . r a ^ y xTaa^'xvi'VA " 

AT BV I 4741 ANYTIMR NORTH' \A/Ai I AC^P X»*a. XV I-HIR. k I n i / A IA Pk 

wisfiRN HxcuRma OP VIC VV/M-L./\V-,C MCv/U _ ^ DD 

TORA ltd k ,1118 Quadra XV 8.87*4 I v^fT .J UlN 

In Imulilul OMwnrd on a paved & f^k I 

' * . -j;- ■ -- * — ' *4rrpt Tbte alMmied nuncalti**’ .A4LAJ I JINI 

i — ^NCAIJTW HAROAIN >■« can ananse In meet Rednaan* /"• n a a 1 pvv / 1 n a « ' '-A/ ^ 

Orand . w BfmdftMni, Mahnaanv Mit laA. liver or TIm Livia* r>*im CtRANCjvIFvv •*.■.. ... 

Rantlied dm ur aewMii ruum lo be hitmen, dlnel'e raoWhen Carpal . V luVV 1^ LX. mS ties kt«. 

ated a* a iWht bediiwen if dmited alUbNed, utaily rxten fnu. Aufomalie ..... if‘“ ®1.*T^?***?* 

L abapad Avina dlniiM area alaa "H b> mika life earn Ur )•«. NHA . bvlld Uili levalv btmaa 

le^ldM cabln.e alirhtn and ulimB Sehnota «-**»•*#• |m 7 'aia •bn# IS?' .?*!*L*?***‘*2i ®S!* 

iMi ipi«ki*A'Aeft ---- ^ ■ia» ' ^ k^k tmx from ilw» di4 miIo inn tWKBf oa OVP III.IOO* lAfluOlAt lAi MMtMf 

Tii nav^S?. OmSS. TrT ^eiU :“*• •'»' *• “**‘■‘1* aakm*iita (at abar« oeribd ^ 

fILd m. lumped *>«m# >** «alr«,eea * 1 /\ /\aa Pl*n **•”“'*• H*w ‘‘M tbrni reduced t« 87* 

CHiiM ^ *• -«» $10,000 wT hftJ: hKarmeuan vtib n* 

wtt a-ivw. with (rrm* p jiit.at J? ?.!!! *8H«Ua»i rnU XV8-948S (ar 

KSQVIMALT .• Mia. Ptimenn. XV A-am. ok 8S6S ??frw fn^uan?.* *’"* Darae Camlali rm XV 3-1B1R *r 


LUXBME HAOOOW 

KV:4:il KV«B3 


MONTREAL 
TRUST CO. 

mi OOVrRNMYNT XTRRXT 

UPLANDS 


GORGE AREA 

1400 SQUARE FEET 

PRICE, $10,750 

Low Down Poyment 

An ekielieni .if*i»Ariunli' '■» i*iy a 
le(fe dr-*im •tu«i’.> hnme of 13 
itnn «*ith tar|r (Lt* eMte ,ei >a>f 
'll.vu- Tru* i«ai*p ,* In nrod -i 
dp, '•raii'Ut hui ampe baa •umn 


2 COTTAGES 
GORDON HEAD 
$1500 DOWN 
EACH 


READ THIS rS“S.-,T 

I The li*»n* r’*.m >• ">ti - Nm* 


SHOWS 14^6 


Kite XV M*B3 


Vary met X-raam atiicra kuntkWw. 3 aaliae-Pandara Aye area: mod- 
MluaiM date la VKiana 1 M|m ,,n larced air heal ) *ulte her I 
fcbaal CMMxia* a( l«rau«b g,ann* <Pinr far a family Situ- 
ball, larct Urtna laam. aeparatf aiod an a nlre Wt #. * -s nc/h 
duiiod raam kilcbaa. 3 baoraama ‘I'gtau at * i I J,4DV 


(arced air heal 1 »ulte her I (V^DDrthJ MX AH i drtem kltebtn, tvervtbina hand*, 

m* iPinr far a famil*> Situ- 0$Jf5LA*/iH nCPM/ plumbed and wired (ar nevHt 

an a nlre Wt #• 1 1 nc/h ^ ^ . . . drrer* ana amther* Wl* a( eun- 

■f i I J,4 jU Hera la a a*,#Ml(,rrul Invraimenf (rv tanrda and an atiractiva break- 

' pull baerment Priyr-ia garaae ^ ^ w 1 <riat vV 9-«m iiMemini w^er. fur tend Mi (an araa blab' eatlina bnaa- 

OU bot-alr beailBi 83.3S* (tevr, , CTaw XV 8-7IB1 tV 3-S77I | 1,^, m-i.r dteiri-i 1* •mr.m'ni *,"1 *5*ii kWer^ 

baUnca al d-„ €19 000 \/ir\AJ n/\\AAl * »*“* oUdrad hat-tir furnace af iha 

iwiea il4,UUU V EW ROYAL i.,5 'rr* be*l -4*Mf heat.ne rb*|t aoorai 

A R evtea . . * r'al amldlBB Inia *18* Tatra I3M Ttrm* , 

Thta U1U* Mod bnal brdrruk M •*» raah «iil haiwlia w.ih lerma aealtebW**^ wAn nr 

THR ROYAL TRUST COMPANY *»'* Utlnn rm »uh IT ta* .m nnlania. Pimae rail TCO Wii: $32. OL 

13*8 Oaternmenl Si XV 1-4138 LI* *Uh 6nlpe naak lull i^mem i MAICTRF.A -.V vbtl » TlV Xjflw "‘T' .. _ 

IIH oa e nmtni B »Y J fin „„„ Oflerf cun- h.enbwetlem VruriiWt uf Vk-hria f^*’l * * Chaurin rTru»l 

Xytmnta RV 3 8733. alRertd A*kint orice « * -i nnn Ltd 0(Uctr< XV3-.'833: evM. 

■ ■ iitrmt< $ I -VUU - - - XV3-3iM 


Mdbt tar enitriaiBine a auett- I.IKVX IT OR NOT llt.T** 
*tae dlnint raam tpaelow* hall PLRASX CALL ■ CARTWRIdHT' 
and iwc atwactlre den- a FOR PKRnXR INPORMATlONi 


, dream kltebtn, tvervtbint hand*. AT XV I 4741 ANYTIMR NORTH 
plumbed and virad far nevHt WUTRRN HBCURITtRa OP VIC- 
drrer* and amther* tel* •( eun- TORfA LTD- > 


$500 DOWN , 

CITY I 

Cwe U-*e*9M 4 nedi.tan barna nu 
•lepe iuN ■ tr* mtmi'ea ('•«» etty 
(umra Thw K>m>e te m Aar* *>tidi 
mmdbhdi. wiin tedii tp cupN«rde m 
badromM. Lnrta douMa M'kse 


OAK BAY 
$2000 DOWN* 


M XV S-Tlll XV 3-*4«* 


OAK BAY SOUTH 
.8-roMn ttucca iiunaete* camplelety 
redrraiattd IntMe and nil). Ttiru 


Rt. 

• TWV a* 


$7200 


PNem J PflKuL XV U Mar 
ahai' Cft 8 7731 X PaieraMX KV 
8-88*1 At XT 8-3484 XnyUn*. 

HBM 


POR SALft SY OWNXH Al MOST) rablotl kltebtn •ired l«r HuiM >»m and mnVe tn lha anrint KSQl 

Hurib af tba Aranu# tal I* an •**« bante Mrln* rmw I** *13' I*"*' .?* '•*" »• «•»•»»*»*»« •“• WfltMirid OanfoeUWe X*o- 

«r hi.iT^.r.. hn^.r^hiTiin. raitMi rir#Biaea hiiiii In baaeoitiit •Itb parllUontd anraae trm* ru*ta ru rena «m>ti ranmN-- (iv nuicr, tihie< 

b^rtte. i? varibW-M *^r air »be^* cwUkrd* all etee^ *-“• ** '"**• »hn»ba. etc IkS and W. F-r mure mfurmaimn niUv »?%. ‘^n 

•tderatlnn Cber movk. «#p e*b kUrhtn liled flaar. daqbl* 9"-^ *!y*-T***£*.y'‘-*'*."*Pf.*. Siepbana- XV 4 8T58 anyilina »*«. Call Mi% 


CLARKE 

WALLACE 


nil Quadra 


t In heaulilul OMvpiwd on a paved 

' * _ I *trrpt Tbte ne"» Mumied tiundal<i** 

i — ^NGAIjiW HAROAIN >■« can anan*e In meet Rednaun* 

Orand . * J hedttMni, Mahn«nn* «*» le*. tlwee nr Tlein Livinp p»*(m 
Raitelled den tr aewyni ryaun lu be hitmen, dlnel'e tei) Vhen Carpet 
died a* a iWht hediiwen If desired alUbNed. utllll) rxten hiu. Aufamalie 
L abapad Avina dlniiw area plaa "U b, myka life earn Ur iia*. 
idlflu caMn.* al'rhen and udW *''**''^ ■'twirmee mlf 'aia «n# 


, iractlvs pTaMrtWa ptyone HARRY 
nossON at Narthvaaiern Saeurt- 
nee »r VWiaru Ud.. IV 8-4741 ar 
, xyea. XV l-7*3t 


GRANDVIEW 


dlnlat r«avt. aun raam and 8*#- *inh aeparate dinmt raeok. 4 
rnmna •11b fuU baeeoMa' nlpen pteee tiled balbrnaai I *>edr«ami 


(arm* erranted Pull ortea 811.184 Ta>iat 
t*M XV 4-84S4 Sa«M X Tadar 


16 Ltd. XV4RMX 


ind (NMnfoeUhle X*oM uuiyaalroa- Wired 

ler- (iir nwiR^ plfed nimat-e AaktiM 
nm nnfv M >fr wnb tew Q.wn mu • 
ne mem. Call M<% Fub.in. XV Xtnai, 
The CN> Stukara**. |pl* Biaradiaid 


IftroMX 
OR RILATIVK 
TRY II 8S* DOWN 
BA^ARCt LIRR RRHT 
Atirarltee older bame rWea 3n 


vbteR *M ran chaoar 

Oeo Hall RV 8-47*1: Re* , 

XV 8-443* 


Jack Maricav ret fV 3-N44. 
I S*ran Prtea Realtara 


MOREY & JOHNSTONE iS'llS:, Si 

3844 DOUGLAS CniXXT ' amnof n*R kviyet bmWyro 

, m-e fid IWNW wiih 14 » ea* 


, m-e (vf •M'NW wilh 14 » eaab CaR 

NsxLL. Htw xBxoMioM, ® ^ 

84 00 4n«ra. Ji; lea mift. "•ihi J M. W h R I —8 S C*> UnWiS. 

r «ar«. XV 44*7L ' XV >4388* 

I 


1M FOB BAT.B'IM HOrRM FOB RALK|1M FOB RALE jIM ' HQT’RIW FOR »A^ 

“ "f” . - 

NORTHWESTERN NORTHWESTERN p R BROWN P. R. BROWN 


15* HOt'FfS FOR RABK ISO HOrRW FOR FAI.R 15* HOV%T^ FOR RAI.K» 1M IfOl^BR FOR «ALK 


NORTHWESTERN NORTHWESTERN 

SECURITIES SECURITIES 

Of ncTCXUA LTn Of. Victoria tTt> 

C31 TAItS AT BHOAO IV >-«14l i)t TATM AT BROAD |V 


fliAM BY 


*'WHAT A VIEW" 

H'f* u k tiMi* •lib tU thf 
Iriturv* vou «siitd rt*Ur» 
hrr» U «b»i 1 h«*» 

AMtr 

MONDAY •( 1AS4 am 
tuit« rtwr radiA ta CKPA 
lei iHti pariUulan 
MONDAY KVKKINU el lib 
pm ee «urt end «airh 
. fbAAMi • Tlu* b«m« eill 
ba aha*o oe TV at ihn 
lima TB* prira mt l>»i»_rri.4 
Wvrl hem* U CO] 


>. > naa Jti m Aditncr 

plion* or mRn 

BQniKtil RV«<|1«I. 

Rra «V3-nW. | 


"HAVE YOU I 

$3500 DOWN 
PAYMENT?' 

A»d can aifnid IlM 
mm.ih’ ]t «n 10U lan 
hapdtif BifltfV lain I'H* 
laralv bit • p r a • : i a a 
renrhrr Thtr* eaiiriMnx 
l«li Milt* hawn>«flt el 
rnurM Ou^ <>t prop- 


OUIET STREET 
4 ROOMS. NEW" 


Thu nt«.^ ,e«4 «*avl«««*eU 
l-iartreoti beu>« raa Im 
had eitli a deen paymaot 
efi on.i i:0M an'N>dttae 
and aWuu rabinrt klirb' 
rn ikaaa la mhaoU and (hr 

«i»Y camra 510 500 

F«H »rlf» * ' U,-»W 

fhona KAHHY HOBBON 
KV» ei4i M BV I'lUd 


A FAIRFIELD 
BEAUTY 

t|&7M •lUi. liaK uiU, baori a 
d'eaa euiuaio* ler the tlia 
m i iiiiBi me >>ieai — .bu 
baaaBieot haa rammii ^nem likia 
levaly lunx nn iilnini rm and i 
hell wiih WW rarpel ThU hem* 
u len yaeu old and u isimarutau 
f«r furihar ilriaU* oiea** rail 

Aliaa M<Ul1lurav BV I 

rta k> l-lll* 


MONEY 

MAKER 

3 SELF- 
CONTAINED 
SUITES 
REVENUE $209 


mm 


rot U<l inioima l<»n PI»a*y. f»JJ . 

A Manoa iv S-JIJk »•» BV l••d*1 ^ 


dflf laraalf 1 a »J1 .• a/“DCC 

Deu.la rar «ata*c Thv i« * 2 ^ _ 

a lovely roemv fiefr WITH 2-YFAR-OLO 

Your rhanra lo i rt\A/’« 

;;-VA;. $18,500 bungalow 

u .... .» more BlM'r.ot »i irrit and hnuJU-l 


Rad oriea • w,-rwv 

If you wuh i«t know awirr 
al'O.ii ih'< oriifiy I'e olro'f 
MH H BIlTIftMAN 

1X.I-A7II or KV « UM 
'T$n« u retteinly an appor* 
tuPIty (or you 


"WATER GLIMPSE' 


J bfdroomi, ol) heat, aparl- EV- ia-a 

n'u llvinc atid dlniPI rpe<P 
nrirht theerrul kiuhao 

• -•b *>inpy fcirikfati »rya EXCHANGE 

full oemeni baxment ryiia . 

517 7S0 Mi'o*« t aadmo ^ bedmom" 

fil«y "u»t drar ii'lo hnri'r •lib J 

• IIP »4 0M <lo«n arre* Thu 

TP view elfo*e *aR MRP bo»* ni* a* 

RUTH ROUtHEB BV $-(7tl P<a l>a:h and 

Kvte IVJ-Wdt. 


)RTHWESTERN p R BROWN P. R. BROWN Ker 

FrURITIES . ».» lu - a* L.« - «« iM. 

nr,lFr«u tTT, •> ■■■■ *’■■■- •' C»pnhpr.c:nn 

iTM AT »Ro»D IV i»i.i r- A I n c I c 1 ' AAi^Mcv jicpnenson 

A FAIRFIELD MONEY 

ietstreet beauty “ ‘ MAKER a 

CMS. NEW" ;i;.r tit.r 

3 self- k'- &stephenson 
! f.v;'^!V”an-“{J.TB; hS''L'h'w*'r.,iii Tif. «.:!! contained 

2nd ;iecu.r^r.i„n,t u y*au oldandu imm^ulau ^UINI^HNCL/ lDni\/tQIONI 

rt> .loa* lo mhoou and IU» f•^ (!*«»»« CIIITFR jUDL^ VljKJ N 

1 revenue $209 Locoiedof 

P»-fir '' f nn.l 


■'GORDON HEAD 3 BEDROOMS , R^^KC^U R rwyiuw. 

PROPERTIES ' SELECT AREA ; _ Ronch-Style Bufxjalows 

I have I 4r< rabW—MaVnildUr aUracUya Jbedroom euBia' qI III ~r 

tloN* In thu iey#I* a»*awe on food let Ur*# «-we liv- DLJIL I W 

.1 J houmi and a Uul* ini-aniiim area Bman rabiiut LJADDY l-twii— i iN-<r 

•iyr an a«r» «t land AU aiuhen Oil hcalina I M* K l' I l/\r>rx « a. 1 1 i a 

parueulua (an rv.»-€74l o! Door area nouWr piumeina L Pvl W A* 

• j. holu lr»al modern In r i m p i^ T unny- ma''y ai«ra» l^rt* I ^Tri INI l/> 

a»»r» »av »ttra Urea lu- YHA merlanir ai 4 1 C 500 r LJj I tlX L. I Li/* 

ti.* room beautifully land- fUU. PRICB >I5,0W ' '-'•<» C -i.as ^ I 4^ ; y- « 4- 1 /-Narao 

*»•«»*'( See Ui.t II I |W'-l Opfroi'e Tha Bay" jDGC 1 T I CQ 1 I OHS 

rieaie rail YKRA flTBS Call Ja*b Clepirnla KV4-$4$1. «t CV ]-21dl ' 

BV4-«141. 34-lif leupijone ofttia |VS•m^ . DOUOUAS ST B\ J *in **tTH J HKnifOOMS Ott HBAT 

aerriry OAK KtXXmit SMAHT KlUtltbS 

I _ . . I iT<M I A r\n A OABAutS bUU. SAStMB>rS 

, ACRES ESTATE HI QUADRA, 

jga\'ow”'°‘'° SALE • ' DUPLEX \ construction 

iGALOW rsy^TilClV/C * r.Ir. T « -( mnumed .ep.e.' NQW 

|Liter.ot »• irrtt and knulUd hXt_LUj Vt •• "■n'rAnr -, irparalf 

n,t.r Intiiir ipu liad • a- >* '-'«e ,i.d hB’-»au« »uppI» ^ih iut ci||,| pRirC 

iar»y li»;i\a r»"m and pLBASBD TO HAVB HU ;• fl luini room *IU» nrepia^rv rULl_ rrsi\„t 

k.’iiieri end ihr»* H»diOOui» cHlVlLflB tO OffBh MJB SAIJ I iKrtr.vooia, rabtnei HUflien ni n 5 1 *1 1 50 

<>,1» S MBuiei 1»ein riiy ] jfjg (.TIABMIbO IS (UXlM *o«d 1 .:ofi’p»rie bainnmmy * '^1 ' 

tenire 4$ S«e ”^/Y*^** I'AIJITIAI HOME Well land- end l>a«»»<* ell 

down payment 

Foe deialU rail IfARFY rouis. dtnin< f0u«. dm tMfhen «o.-: ralimt and tfl*JCA 

It OR SON EV >-4Hl or tjn reoin I nMroomi 0<i-M not ai a nnminal CIQ KQQ ^ I JDU 

EV^7•2I ' eater heat aepara'.e tares* litte do*n oatmert* 


WHITTOME'S 

BaieblUhed IMI 

YOO HOO! 


$1000 DN 

r. iuna all BACKItl 

Rt’nnBBRN I lolM 


3RDON HEAD % 3 BEDROOMS 'Sv nu! 

)PERTIE5 " select AREA ; 

t have 1 4r< ratil*_loan«^i«ty aurarilva 3-bedraom buDia*’ 

tloR* In thu leeel* a»ed “loe on too4 Int t-ar|# ( •ine ll»- • a-vv ,/ 

• 1 J heumi »nd a Uule int-ninma araa Smart eabinet l_J A QiJY 

•iyr an aire of land AU aiuhm Oil hcalina I JO* *4 l' I l/\r>rx « 
parumiara >aii EIA4>4741 o! Iioor area nouble piumninc 

• J. Rolu level modern In r i m p i t ^ T nen»- TOa^y ei«ra» l^rt* 

evert »av tatra Urt* tu* YHA morlaaav ai # 1 5 500 r EJ 1 I Clx 
ti>* room beautifully land- t'.,-. fUU. PRICE 

vrapbrt See Uiu II | |W'-I UP»>«<‘o 1 


rill r.ina e all BACKBLORa 
• n4 Rt’nnBBRN I fulU A 
SHOTUCSS 4-riMrm Sandr oeer- 
i.teilnd Oortv imU Courea Ne 
eieoa (• worry about DEAD end 

t'lr o?L^" “"•* $5800 

CASH rrsAi. 14 ene 
R Rarili EV 4 1471 or EV l-Ult 
bittUme 

COUNTRY 

LIVING 

i*ts Ermim iffimamUie fbxne nl 
M-Awn.^n luebe aiiuaieil uci aPur.'V 
'l I'll- .J wetl-lamu. niMal pi<.nen>ly 

- . y ..I 


VICTORtA 
REALTY LTD. | 

1H4 Da'Ulac Birtei i 

ACTION! ' 

MUST SELL' , 

The eenei* arc (erred to cell (hi* 
elder 1-bedreem hone In M<er 
pen of cm UEBftaATlOA nei 
ma«cd In Heme u clean and tidy 
aod tacey arc lev 'I'i OSi Pea. 
lurec eu roeme plui paolry; (uU 
remeni Da«emcni larage 
The •ituatien I* eeccilthi lor a 
ironlnt tamHy CW'icre atli <on- 
tider all omuia iPd DOWN PAY- 
MEKTS PicaM live lhl> iot>r •<- 
iMitiun end fact arlluo. It *en t 
tact lonf. 

Plmne no«-VU WlUoo. SV 1 I14S 


i FRASER 

I BISCOE 

no fAvnnnA avrnuF CVioso 
O rtve-in CMiirnwf ParWo* ^ 

OAK BAY ' 

Apprsiwiaiely I.MO C4 (t of Doer 
erra la Uia papular dtftnci, eom. 
pruiat 0 d<:i|hltitl topPK la et< 
cellcol ceadKitm. I4il4 UvUf roeiu 
eitto f.f 3 ,bedroeme and dea. 
(Hi. beeemeat dr-in c*rase, cop- 
per plumbmt. Me lace* el only 
1104 The bell eerpeti. ta* coop- 
• lev# aad eU Inal Inclnded 
Abotii aaU eaiB COA.OO 

'decired FMll Oilee 5 eOUU 

AU Jot Aiei Mart.ean U fcV 
' J.4*U...a*a*. Of J T343 


laUitfotMUt VW0wki29 

$aR4sy, Nsv. 2. 1951 
1.N 1 HOl.'SKS F OB SAUB 

KING REALTY 

3T4 YAJtltOW RLOa tV I lUt 

SEA view' 
VACANT 

Thta 4-mrvads Oame wilA 1 bed- 
im* I* la TU* TOP *aap* ta aa« 
mil Ha* lotcly larnt paaeurd LR 
• Hb aaadviucw pp aad Ua 

VIEW Oeod UiclMa wiUt diaimi 
area all lUiualved la rumpua rm 
and vetra ItntOiad Ell M Earltthl 
batrairni Near urbeeU la popu* 
tar.UOKbUE HEAU dd.»M wtpo 
ai payabi* at Ml SO per me 

P end I OWNEH WILL CONUDER 
AIX RKABUNABLB OmitE OP 

MYMR*.Y $14,300 


• 1‘ Roll* level moHeni In r i m p t U *T nen»- ma''y ei«re» lar«e r"/^C*^CD I 

evert »av Ottra Uri* Me- YHA moMaacv ai 4 15 500 r LJj I tlX L. I L«e. 

ti>* eooM beautifully land- fUU. PRICE I *-•' 

vrapert See Uii* II | |W'-l Up»>«<‘e Tha H«y“ 

rieaie rail YKRA PIPES Call J**b CUmenla EVE'S4»1. rv-wim *e ax EV J-3101 

BV4-«741. 34-nr leupijone oifu* iv s•m^ , 17 J: DOUouas st bv r uai 

*er*tr» 

2 ACRES ' ESTATE HI QUADRA 

I SALE . .. DUPLEX 

r-w^i 1 iriv/r ' •'ll mntained veper. 

|Llier>of »• irrtt and knulU-l r X ( III S I V t •• m'r*0' ‘ »»P»rale 

(tiTir Intlde ipu KlUl ■ .i<d ha'*b*Ui tuppi) itolb ii**^ 

lar»e littit# r»«m and pleaeBD TO HAVE HU ;• fl »uini room eUh lirepla'-*-- 

k.’iiieri end three rH>diOOuu cHlVILflS tO Of PER FOB SAIJ 3 lKrtf»i»u- rabtnrt tlUhen ui n 

(>,lv S MBuiei 1»otn rity ] jfjg (.TIARMINO IS (UXIM *e«d «iut»-. 7 .rofi’p.rte beinnmm* 


Very Seldom' cedar hill TpAViTRinKj 
PANORAMIC 3-Bdrm. NHA-;-j»sd^ sea view 

4 BEDROOMS $1957 Down t'O'-fSo 

^ DCLe'r\V.e^L-'/V\D Call Mf ^Wilkjtu ^ai^ 3-I4I3. ■•wrau 

’In reey bifh Ruat^ ml TeiieaeU. bSb»* with eueE an aii>aM»* aad, I 2a?^roo*aa beta^ awrcalal ma 

th* l.,che»i aiiua'ed h.m>e la V >^ . rumpa. i piad. Clem t« aU •chaeu. • *?'“ ,1“^ **•• • •** 

-fiia With »w rpift 'xw* l*l aboppint aad iraniponaiien in, V/IFW ROYAl Vuie ofutl r^Iae^d 


Uu , dwn EV 3-ute 

SECLUSION 
SEA VIEW 

ThU 1*0 imr-oM THRIE-bed* 


DUPLEX 1 

t*If, T .'ll mnlained •ep»r- 

• • m'rAnr--, trparaie 

.1.4 ha'-baUi »uppl» ^ih ne*^ 


I'Hia with »w rpift 'icwe m ALL ahepping aad iran.ponaiion in, \/!PW DOVAl .bie otuT. om ^ 

liie.-iim. -m,v 12 tr. old sfur^n. I a cbalne. bl|h lucatioa VltW KUY/SL - cwn to ^f#7 m 

*»l apprna l.4ue w ll_,l larn* ,n^ U*la- rmim •Kb Per(#.;t lat the REIIKED COUPLE m|^t B,i'iVa a? JtVW 

Itn* .'4 « 14 nrepirt; tar*e dlnni roam* nr •mall family Ro bexmn.i ^ ‘ aaianc# at 4 1 7 5(V) 

f try U ne witM eahteri bilrh^ , eempa** eablnal Eilchen. 4 pee HlfT ailarhe.l cara.* l»Us OIL JT"' 

Urymy pUrered fumpw tuxp bedroom, ellh l.r** HOT-WATER ftEAT Oak noot. 

**fl' ' *;.'lfi- Mfc ‘^.TfivJuwi ' hardeood llonr. thtuuih throuahou. Urc* Inn* r$’ 7T«ro " ‘ 

tv.i tiy A. AfKI: 'U MUVAlV arue.iit larar Baaepient ii 14*13 maiwr Wdronm 14»lf . ‘ JT . . 

A rii*rte,iw» fami > u^n* ntr enouih (or an e»ira bed- Knmaculair Clear iiUy 0»ne» i7R A ^ACl 

ONLY I2>d« DOWN and a ^ uV«e elll- *ni ron.lder l«imi p.«.e..ion ♦/O-Oy A fV\\J 

^7 ' $14,000 *«'"* •’“r *? $1 1 500 CHEAPER THAN RENT 

.Tav urufT.u ■‘•“r '•*’ “*• ^benre to move inlo a lares 


' a . ai *eT^i\ mBQj fiirftF mna i* • 

"* il" '^rV Don't be dUappolnutI fnone early 

L\ 2-ir-'- »'e* r.\ 7 '» nu y alat ,a«aa. 


tenire >S 4«e J* l AIJtTlAl 

mndte 4 1 1 OOO ...ned a, I 


OMiie tv 1-M77 
Mt» Water*, bear SV4-n47 


• U Vit Wi!*on. EV 3 Sltj or 'e»e*. j|„ Water*, bane SV4-n47 

NEW WITH “"'"employed? athlone drive' 

nr‘\/r'Kll IC ■ ai th* 3 um 1** ao*pital' The Om- eioooo 

Hr'vrrVJl In ' *eraH»» Th# Colltte’ Tryln* te $19,900 

' ^ MtlleE before U*e •imer b*«* * istela 7-yr.eld hnma 

II T"u ere vcaiuid the u<uel niB . ntbPlh* aet In* Well b«re tn*y be pii,« nnutted roem* in th« bate- 
of ‘he mtl> home thu u not lor a *0101100 |« tour problem A 

t.,u Delmilely •Htfriypl J-badieem home, ^51 b*««- I WO' m' f*”o| *»ll%Unned 


ATHLONE DRIVE 
$19,900 


tjn reom k eMroomi 0<i-M not *i ■ niimlh*l $ 1 3 500 $ ' 350 ' ’'TuVlnlu^r^niitlTiB/'TWa Uv^ ’^'’•'1*^ •* bethrootn 

eater he»t cepar*'.# jares* ie»t* do*n oa>nier»» - vi^Ti •tth“Lixd*fl*T ' M^n 3!^'i -uiti > S'® "1.^’ “* *»ll-p'anned 

.hea ‘ ‘**'*'' '•'■‘•'Ym.T MORTtlAOE PAV- tilar* KIMben* uvih inahtmany , ,uWt wnmurted Pri.e »VaVt»ua ' ^^Vh•n''*•llh ‘ e*"i* 

Iftrm miiy be wn EV 3 llOl. ut E\ • 3*73. mints »74>e PHONE RV 4 a«ll anmrt* end diniiii eeea 3 bed. *i>s«o Call J A Ou'titk, EV 7T*....* I'T?.... . » th- * Cd 


Y.our ehenre to move inl,i a lares 
a-reom Oak B*« iiom* PtNAffC* 
INa wni. RE ARnANOEO AND A 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT PYkR 

Si'ii¥f . $10,700 

lee Helthei* evet EV l-Uia 


JOHNSTON'S 

ERTAR(.l9KEO lSd7 
I3H BROAD VT EV 4.»71 


RENT ROOMS TO 
NURSES 


BHueted on tolchias Rd a 

•'one* ihru* frvm Juoilee 

Reepuel M e vtl'd asuare- NQ TRICX— “ 

built lamily itome tbai tj ,CT A TDCAT" 

lend* luelf beauttfuUY to ^ I KtA I 

RFKTIKQ WOCMR ft7P • 


Mi'pet t aadtne ?-bedrnofl< . “a I CO ' JAMES BAY 

near i)>|« hnn-e %Uh » /\LO'-/ _ , 

;;;v Bedrooms popular 

K,:.-'?.-.?.- -.s “.vs; Ki-.f 'L.: oil hot-water heat - 

.t-vts.’. "k Xci"- ™ $ 1 o.noo immaculate 

SL4ro'.JK s-Rm. bungalow 

S-!,:=I3 r.ii I- 4 JAMES th* A^Vt-M^W^^ , t»,.p;t..n.l.y -a;! nui:i 50500 


$9500 


UNIVERSITY 


Ft/l! basement VeudOrtre:^ Ml- 

n4u *ink ami Ne« ••riiia and 

.•-.iiur pn-cna.h* Nre 


S2000 DOWN 

2 bed''"-'—- piUi a third iu *i«»e- 


ream Ixai auli* «>lti picture «m- j 
Ill latte Lit Separa-e tneler* , 

$15,900 

Vivienne Appirysrd. SVI-aUb pay [ 
nr nl(hi 

OAK BAY 

Gracious 
Atmosphere i 

7*31 Thu trnlv unotual r—jie (ea- 


RFKTINO HOC-MR ftTh . , • 

NURBER Juit eheek theer It «• pre’ly • • • nf 

feyiur*! 3 pedroema fc‘« *' '* l-rypll 

litina rnnm bte dlmre it etjrrn ,, 

?<vnfu kifnen tnd ba'h !' ?•* Ma- 1 

»«n lepara'.e 'nilet all *B •* ha* ^ Itoot* , 

«n. (tone AM S =r h 

rnncB en the ye.-nnrt U-r H *• $8950 ^”>^7 

Auit'-tnaiir bnt-ua’rr he. • Onl-Y *-• 

in* and m Hnn-a.*''*'* ' With an e*»y dn»o nay- 

dt'ton fy«’<tr* -•'- mrnr and earla i m t.emnf* 

litin* in all iht* luvura and •..« 17 ■ n« h. talUne MRS 

havine a vnUndtii inrnir* Kiry HORROR EV t-e74i 

beOdea Then rnll VIVIAN e.entnda KV2-TI34 

tJIEDHAM at enre T*ar 
the linl iten u tndenen 

h fvi!?7’»i"“"”^m‘rnuT.:l Gordon Heod Homesteod 

It wnuM make a PARU- 1 14 AcrCS 

LOOS PAMILT HOME- • TlOmes I |a»rvtt.S 

r>n<e »e uhool and »hno- ^ . ...... .h. 


* A maoerplece tii . ii,...: ',nn mn- 

t I. nre'ly . . . ] br.lTit.. Ut U'yClI. bl'P 

t 14 ne* t>t*|i)tre fci«e 

t !• etiren At. rtb alt no Pa<enent Oii-*» 

t na* 3 bedronm* Ma- 1 e.e* hui ba -■ |u >n-a 

I ha* KW.IInnt* - - • '4rpa., ..naii -'u< ■ < -ei 

■ r.“ ‘"$8950 $13,900 

OM-Y y»t- {iirih«r ‘nlemtai.i'O pK"D» A 

With an e««v dn»n Bay«Mai:oa EV >-Il3k re. EV 3-SS/ 
men* and earla nnaMMtnrt , 


REVENUE 
i, SUITES 


Se* IT • n« h. talUne MRS , ... 

James Bay , "'V- 

revenuF $ 12,600 

Ion Heod Homesteod ^ REAL MONEY 
Homes— l U Acres MAKER 

R-'i tinre tha d*y» n! in# tmave-f ei^.r •- all _* r-i M 51Q75 DO^VN 

early nnmfateafer ha. th.r* r,e.ia.,< . t wv-nc .p I 7 / J U/4.y V V I h 

been eutn an oepnf'unuv to »» • I 7 DCnDnOAA^ 

can a atMliro hameciead !«. .Jw .iii DtUKLA^iX>5 

IlM ^ *^AA S9W SH\ , ! r-iTlF «i»*r 

r. oii' ti-i s ' 3 200 

«Oa~7)?riTU0it 2 • 6 F d r • 0 Ptuia* P sb-miieim rr-airf , .“.r-i? s*4 'ia* 

heme. Bur o«e lor rnor ifllarme-tn.. rv $ 7tli. ^ :own MeM*a|e 


S... B«a H .! •• 

i halite (all ba».-l * ' • 

4- .1. b,itl,iini '•«•;, "«e 
H.vx-ie tide per .neu'h L 
pytmeni li*M $ 1 7 A 
Pifa 4> I A-,VJ 

c Vin,n« y.v i-nei 
r.. OR » 3114 


o ne Thdt numb*r aaain— 
EV $-«74l 

"LAMPSON STREET" 
esouimalt 

Smart uurej, buniale* e* 
hith LnmcMw Ri *itp 
apsftnikt rueni* and luil 
ba*cm*nt i lar** bedromr*. 
all quality leaiure* and 

Kirt-J?;.*, $13,500 

Morn** arc bard le find in 
C.qutmnli an rail at eM* 
Call ELMER VEBTRUP 
EV M74I or EV 3-1707 

GOING TO ENGLAND’ 

Artnt enuple hate dcridri 
to IP beck to Enaiend tor a 


$1975 DOWN 
3 BEDROOMS 


.. «... . 0 : ost O.t -no rvLL i-»„-i - ' 

co.-ntoTtaela s.eedreem • Sabrrbaum fur fur.hvt 


heme. Bur one tor rnur lflierme'>'>i> EV $ 74lS. '■ITT **’m 

a*'f rynt tbe ether or U»e rt- EV 1 UOI la 

r u e to >our la.efi'* In L LTT , 

laei The land abciod. i* mi>n.n 1 

• p Ifuit lr*y» and an 2-MILE CIRCLE C - 

aoandar.ee of barriet an r- ri - . m 1 ar 

Meal nrapdcty I« maraet 5 RM PLUS 

rTjZyVtTJS, ln7':r\ FULL BASEMENT ! 

iTuVtoen^i bVi: •’ »“«\r‘ 1 C 

a^ 17 JOS tad the other |« . *rH**juu dr oJio I -C 

MM ihi. la voim apponun ^ I 

‘liLr MO 

SV 1-J741 er CH T «.* u;nd0* 'n li*;:u rmHR 

fireplace Pull rcinrni banit dr-in ifl vea. .,..1 
_ _ , aarat* Corner iura'.'t.t .Nirrl* 


2-MILE CIRCLE 
5 RM PLUS 
FULL BASEMENT 


paimef.ia '.a p*r 4 10 
muntn Prue ^ 

C =-:•!'« EVillSl. 

rea iTK » I7M 


'ES SAANICH 

vv.: uplands 

DE LUXE 

$12,600 brand new 

'ii'"'' 3 BEDROOMS 

3VVfsJ BASEMENT 
iQMS RUMPUS ROOM, 
.ar 2 FIREPLACES 

Hian ba.r- 

:*.i PRICE (I 2 CASH) 

t» M0M<a|e 

$13,500 $12,600 


i»,ier Pfirrmele *enrreni brdrm* 

' >.a'h Ctp*e Bea.'fi Hefei 

^r.r, -frf rtssn* “'V rt •*- 

f.nt,nr,.l P«, $17,950 


FIVE ACRES 

4350 GLANFORD 
THE HOTTEST - 
DEAL IN TOWN 

POR TTIB 

CONTRACTOR 

LAND 

DEVELOPER 

INVESTOR 


M.4Tir h»aflr.* u«i<rl f.ilii.a ed 
dial ef hratinc ilila PULLY IH- 1 
^rJlTPry hume epprus Itfnen'b , GUKGc 

Landaraned-'paiin lute peel NUIH • tir a T-f-nr-rt/.ia. 

LOCATIOH Chide* are* Caily WATERFRONT 

OPF CRAinPt,OWK 

Pbenr nirirF-TYYSm of 

Home Mr Pearker OR 7 13td, rl-jied pyepetty eith 


Mr* Wattra EV 4 1347 

SMAKl PEOPLE SUJkSWD 
PEOP14I 

HERE'S 

HURRY' HURRY! 

No. 9 

HAPPINESS SELLING 
FOR ONLY $80’ 

V-. S *«^ Meee* emmLai K J 

W 11 l.lAMd BPECIAL Lari* rream 
atu>riKd hnme framed in a ulre 
Picket len -r If you are apace <-6n- 


OPF CRAinPt,OWCR ItD 
Apetok 1'x n.-rct of nlrelr **• 
rliied pfopettr eith a neat, 

• mall tfucce eStrate-tsoe 4-room 
n,tpnlp« T«e bedroom* <00* 
.'nail- ne baaemettt Bi|acr.e4 

• •race Thtf property bn* inter* 
,emtR( deretopntepi poaailHlinea. 
j|.-« tetma to anpioved p,ir« 

McJusiVE.. $9800 


GORGE 

•liff- InratLi.-! A t*e,l ea»‘ll I bed. 
'••m 7' .xirei 'aihCkf'e* wl'h every 
m yfe-n fea'ure inHudihi auir^ma'lc 

$] 2,600 


't"! t ’r4*s a‘» ?r **'•’’* *rr*ai meet from RaanIrh fcim itre*rh* «ir*|n*Th*^uis ^»q HIGH QUADRA 

1 Tre’ete-Smi'li, EVI- 43 J* dar er liaanp Cetiire Let DON BACON ft pfautv Uvlnt (ebm ll»*o»« »r* One >4 ihe nra'eM modern huciia- 
I the* *su tn mnk* real men** uti'eniad inlaid oak •tiA a ’ •m* ,n iMa ihiiriri 4 ra>el!rn( 

S A^Dpe en ibU propoiiliaa Raman brub ftreploce. pareuet- n.ena •here rverv detail I* p*e> 

^W.r\UJ (Inared thru halt ’ bflthl dh»rrr ('■•* Full h'ch heaeiTirni OH hral, 

I4hd noWN Vert ea-y ntonthiy I4 h*ur aervic* at EV l••74l cabinet kitchen, utred (ur ekt tik r,vner M in la»ru nnir Arra<nd 

patmeni* Maiuraf alafe Multiple 1— .. r*n«e 4-pir«-e Prm bath Two M '*irf ni*h l» 4 1^ C/\A 

Hr and rrctar lr»e. 13* en OM H»rtb«yai*rn Secjriiiea «{ l neauulul tiedaonma Full pemrnt i.acaR« 513'DUU 

W/ti Saaairh Rd dW deep B«iy Vicieria LtA ’ hy*emeni with etl automatic heat- rt-w— 1- wv t run 

and bold (or lu‘u'* orofi* , Ine n.. atruMlin* ntlh eoel or T*" JIT* roLtaTr *' * 

PHiri tf-TriAA •n*!' Clna* to *»eryihlar yet on Pnoannniau 

lONl'Y IoaZUU ,* quiet tired loeatlnn Thl# at- 

R Har*u YV J.«?4S nieht nr day 'rani** f>ome t* nn a tpartciua lot — — 

I • a. WN...... ». n- t.- •"* t* •• ’'“to youne 

I "* ^ i. . RTOP AND THINK LJIIIT/hO LJAV/CM 

I . >7 4 Broad B’rret y^,, there « here HILLTOP HAVEN 

I rv 3 . 4 : 4 * anrt m* Al L ;hl* tot |1 iSS down .nr nr.. 1 ,.- i, , de.t,hf(«l •hll* aUreS 

Member M-ilUol. Il.t.ne B-ii.iW fj|" '?r^.^'•VM: » »**r--to bunt.io* a«C o« a httb 

, r-~a. i~ I i • u in fhl St-kft lu " **“' ««le«klnf the aurroundioE 

P I ' 'SS1 X' sin rr* vi^Ltiw rr* T»>iiT$try ind • 

I a INo V^QDwlQLi I ' - And rmxn rfH $9 ti»F •©oderfu! J^hf«u|h Uffd Thlt horn* 

tna Rr.md *»r#*4 EVIT17I MrCANDLFS^ REALTY here Hint K J WILl.tAMS ha* a nic* llylo* re#m *ilh cheery 

I.tr nr.«fl on^eoi Lvacirf fV7CV«/MN UU^J3 rvtrvui I „ EV *-4741 Ndcir.we.t- Hreplae*. bid nleUrr window; 

iMembar Multiple LUHwe Seretui tM port It. PI, on* EV3-dlll rrn Berurltte* el Vletorla Ltd 34-, kitchen In line with lleinc room, 

MT. DOUGINS AREA GEM-BRAND NEW ,'!Si;.''ol¥'’;iDT,SVRTo’m^^ ‘£?»,‘S!.“-.rK"Vm‘lS,'r 7 ;i 

, , .^or Nr, Jub,lee— OH Fort ' lllr'r.:::. r“^ 

1 LANDSCAPED ACRE HIOH LOCAITO.N wmi views treat for nn* who yearn* for 

^lAOnn * bedroom, laue D n CN l"T\ A//^^r\ «»u»l«i. yet It aniy 7 mllet from 

plO.VUU Utin* and dinint rouma combined K^HpSJ I vVLJLJL/ tily en paved road 4411 Pro«iie«k 

tart. artraiMte i|*in* room wllh Oak lueert Batomeui oatad* l-7|N^I W I Y ? V.-/ V-/ L-r ‘’‘J •"»“*»« r*ad «ai^ 

lirWe separate dialui romn 0IL-0-MAT1C PUKHACE Vacant U n 1*11 m lito 7^ 

EleetM* kitrlwn 3 bedroom* J*.«es bnndl** Cleac lUle tuuld || MS Dawn— C1n*a »*e *!•• te*i JL’ „ '** K 

l*r.. rwmpu. roem in lull o.e*. he had * . ...m r;^. and baih Medium ceU m^Cer partmuIaM e^ terry 

3r»n’ AjtuinaiM eU hot-eater Pore 2>IJ.DUv eiee lat Balenr* 1$ *Sr J* m."" 


f*r> II* MS ,ar near ofleri Thle 
It in lh» market to 

SEIX' SR rr* VALtlE IT’ 


bill wyerlofikint the aurroundiriE 
r-'untry and a ilinpae ol tba Lake 


$10,950 
1.82 ACRES 
modern home 


Bcr M 'miat' 

EVS-miMc Valianre OR-T-teil 
LV*-3«UMt. NulM.t UR 7-iea» 


i;A!e'‘"«u:d« oe«’”J?:‘; 'profitable trade" i'.A!sra»*j*7rmei"':;n%M;toiie 

thei *0 a* they tr*» de- eardeti 

rid* to atay and don I want Pto- femi;y bom. clear Mr HiHi-ton EV 4 3414 


lil year ...<l .'letlr-.rcn .>'.1. I *TI 

- >» M-e 'I alcn -'t •-<>. 

f ata-iie aoi %i>«MiieJ w* 7 
irOrC* fr to flt-r t»pre A t ••• 
iwie 7*e ■'■h T'-a'-- '* a 


And you II realw# ti.e aonderful iRnfUth Irer* Thia horn* 


ba.h Mediui toiM 

eiH lat lalanra 1 $ *Sr Ji,***** *"** 


the pr>yb|em al nwnine 
p'oper.f here J be-«*g«»». 
dll Met I'lH baaement 
aith eaifd raom Pine 
lindaraped tard#'' _ 

Pull prie* $ I 2 902 
Good farm* 

A bareajn lor aute | 

«u 1 t BU IUt ELL -J 

rV*-* 14 l at EVJ- 4144 . ^ 

"ENGLISH TUDOR 
picturesque GORGE" 

Th'* e«y b«m*at''*w “I 
>uperb deaien l* lerdmei 
land. cared o" a lot that 
tiaoee to * atream A one 
Obiter hntne ol eare.Int’ 
een.'rortian and '>'»i • 

year* old Immarwlat* tn- 
•idy and out Thru hall 
OAK llnore ramuned Ito- 
ln< rn#oi-dlnin« 
fireplace I bedroodit OK- 
O-Matk heal. rtrite-tn 
•araxe Taiee wnW »IM 
Term* alter veur down 
payment Yendoc r^'- 


eine temi;y nnm. clear - i,i«. aa-iin 'urniare raRcnya - tw* uvayyaa 

Ii;.', .ir"7;vj?, oak 1 

'iJiiir-v rir -i;- $ 1 3 250 „r: 


tor awiall hteuto* Sume ra>h 
to Sweeten a deal to 
le.iltate thl. no* rei: 
EV »-*74l ar BV 3-tlM end 
aak ler CIHKL UAAVEY. 


"university 

VILLAGE" 


EXCLUSIVE 
130 HOMER Rd 
$3000 DOWN 


armi-atucco 3- 


Taie 'he 'landio'd' nfi Immaculate S-vt aiueeo » •nar-'m. 
yoat payraH Own ihw n"* eherrlnl ran kn with M* die- 

i-toam buPitiow btih lar«r me e'e* toil to.mi ml he* dr-io 

l*yn» .,» and dm*t*e *l' earkte Iwe let TV anienn* In- 
rarpeUd tail to *all W*e- -luded Mu»l *»• yPid » 1 rt QCA 

tni kitchen and a .am* Ekcelleni .al<t* ei 3 I \JiOJ\J 


>.*' ufl'c mto He"> H ds» A 
L4 i .nt; ret UR a :UL 

VACANT 
NOV 3 
$7750 


letel" aUIiie room Ideal •» PWnn. n Hai.o 1, .«» . .uetacn 

a lamsli home nr (or a re FY4-tt1$ tct EV 3 1714 EECLUnIVE UtfrlNO 

lufd cottp.e wealine luece .mart a’f ■' -ur--' a'lnfalew 

le llyy Pull COflAO • ...itim* of liyiii rnom alth 

PM.e . ^TOUU Cy/^1 1 ICIV/P lirep.ace •-•o bedroom, camnet 

Tetme CTM L_ k«/ J I V to aiiroen iliLtr room only * year* 

Call ED CHARTRES IZd CIAAX4C A\/C ■*'”** '* *" '•*» 

fV 4-4741 or rv 1-JMI ler I 04 jl/VlAAj rNVD. quiet o«i«*euien and toture la- 


EXCLUSIVE 


a *ci'^^i^-''-^*-u^-*^*a?nia*»w qnVc,.’V'*''re’‘'*MVcT *iJyeTT’*'i*f«* Pot detail* m 4 to to»p^f wi'hwf «.rin rwila*e 

* /La «r ■■ Hyi-I^ ".noci *Vlth il»m*r<mm dm>c.» roam* den olth SJ****!’"* Phtoe W P 0*r.ln« , bacheloi. *en 

. ....imi of K'‘‘« •'*" fireplace tpl.noid kitchen uiUil* KY 3-7174 Rea EV 4-*ai7 **'*•« 

lirep.ace .*0 *'f'***' aialrwar lo 3 laree “ ' Pin* 

• iiroen iliLty roem only * year* ^rtroiwnt up Ptiil b**em»nt OR — ..a , r*y* Mr* M 

;!d Thl* '» *" nponri-jniiy for nra'tnr a«»iem Fv»* OAl/ DAY , — - - 

quick e«iueuian and toture la- p;„,nain| nn>*a but aticacuie . VX/AIX Ur^ I 

aeftnent *a tenial | careen Can be tmanMd * .m. n v/ ^ . 

tau Art Yeui at EV 3-31*1. Price 415 050 UUKLCA SAj 


1 LANDSCAPED ACRE HioH’*ux.AnoN wmt views t 

HIGH QUADRA BRENTWOOD ; 

. .a.. . . . r>. r- >e • yo a 1 llreplac* Separnte dintut rood* 0IL-0-MAT1C PUKNACE Vacant 

lINIliSllAL DESIGN XlectM« kitrl^n l bedroam* i*.*** b*A<l*t Cleai lUly tuuld || SOS Down— Cln*a >*e *!•• f*W> , 

to w l,araa rwmpda room in lull oae*. h* had 4 10 Cor\ roem* and baih Medium ; 

I 1“ Cr\f\ 3.en' AjtuinaiM eU het-*ater Pore I •JiJKJv * 1 ** lat Balanr* 1$ **•■ . 

> I 5,5UU JiVl MODERN HOME PLUS , ™,„ ». 

Cbarmlna >uiv.-le*ei J*reem Caii Mr* Strodik. E\ 3 1174 3-toom tuitr >n bu«*meni ren'ed Owed dKtrlcl *1 *0S *r mo^ 

ranenvt ciAm Id icauaporiatixo H«t EV 1 4433 **'* Main flour * rn,i 3 bed- dew* NHA belence el.^ II* 4Sn •, 

.clieola and ahop* t'umbtnaiiuw _ . nave OIL-O-MATIC Stilt 3 lami- 

ivnc ai>4 dinmc roocn 3lilJ , OAK BAY ' '■** »'“r Dmae noil e*nirM I yr | ree« KRA an I'a *C(«* *3 mere ' 

caoinet a.'rr.n J bedrnoo** 4-pre w , e^crt mi Beach Driy* *Ko *7.*** handle* ciZ IMII*. Matt «*»h 

uathrm lh»* t-me nat an »S- 5] J 2->0 Ibi* armi-atucco 3- P''"'* ilO.JOU 

uiual d^«n and bedriMin reaidenc* I* m a clertoui C » fifin . DOWM - S 1 000 V'** ^ * I?**?. 

•'."15 “> .ecluded cwnlen AuloctiaUt heat. b“Jh. btmttlPW Puto, 

,rL'!Y.r.,'. 7 . 7 ;;i E H-'FL'f' Sr B •" • e— r- - .« i 

M- Henne'i EV i.3i74. Ret EV pric*d <5750 *“<>rndm bom* « "»• l»M 

•* J' ~rV reiiremyat or •ubdlvUm Term«l 

’ lAKF HILL NEARLY NEW STUCCO “ ~ - 

CITY r-« .n.^n'^e^^e'3lh!;cdr th^^ ’•••* 

IDEAL FOR DOCTOR ?rn7. sr.rrn: 

I!.* 1::,. '.-*-•.1 Clean arnitic and ***'*?r"'_ ^ .”***{• fuenaer caraee OW bua line j bbintWOOO PROPERTJEE 

■r;*:;.^/r.t!:*":b.r‘1-r^r! $9660 ■ 

::;e’'nVch^T‘?^.*r;‘o'v.pi::i: r/r*a:r'’“ ^ __ ..^ 12,600 low down payment haultain . saanich 


CITY 

IDEAL FOR DOCTOR 


LAKE HILL 


ra.e teach uf the l*o hnipitaU ifr** 


fV 4-4711 nr rv *•** 
•ppomiment to «iew, 


TERMS 


down ' 

T mem Renrbet-Ver* rIOM le «ea Lea Roytr* KV 3-4741: 

Owed dKtrlcl *1 *04 er more Rea oR 1-IS7* 

dew* NHA belence ef... J1* >S0 Rnrihwettera •*rarui«a *( VIctorU 

Ltd 

a room NBA en I'* *e«« *r mere ■ 

114 7I*. Matt caih 

About 1 erre wllh toed 4 rnem ROCKLAND AVE. 

end bath buattleir Pul-, 

...» ...™* — II »• S«a View, Seclu$,on 

• si;': .;,| . Bu,it by o 

H'X' Famous Architect 
p„... e..„«.„iii « «■* 

** * i>chilui pwfth eyerlookiBi ea. 

• uuitlto fardfpt iawpa. ten, Uvin* 
IBINTWOOD PROPERTJEE ' room with (ireplee* and con. 

I aenled wpodlid nuenoroua cup. 
boerdi o( penetwu* ntenatunna. 
. . A . .. V .. . r A A . .ic». . ’•* beibroom*. (uU cement be**« 
HAIJLTA N . SAAN CH »'»'« •llh ahower auu. inuadry 


BBINTWOOO PROPERTIES 


;r.T*’%cr $ 12,900 "shopping centre 

Call RTO 1-ANOHhlT LOCATION" 

EV J-S74I nr R#t OR 7-4«#J 


"$1500 KEY" 


J Thr*e »**'« ’*'• 

J Moanl DnudU* *fea 
J Ptrcplaced llyine rpoia 
4 Pull dlnmi •oac* 

A ] *se*u*et bedronma 
• Ma,n Hoot utibiy 
1 Moraini bri«ht kiuhen 
A Immaeulnt* ntrdweod 

t aer* 

utMiaUc hea’ 

1* Tbe k»y (er ll.»S*— 
m*ybe I*** 


DPPING CENTRE pt.sari bke niw iovn.T 

UrrilNU 4-CiN I f\c U-rmifn mwilera buDeitnw SEWER 

ATIOM" COMNtCTKD Iber# I* an dnuM 

I «lwul It Ihl* I* en eacep’innal 
■ «•><. y*u ewa II to v-Mfraelf lo 
Rem IbU rtie.leni f*m- h 4n/^n/^ 

meriiBl inra'iati in Vic- |•ftt|;•y>, jVlJUv 

\lTumJ'Venir^ ' * • H Y C»''«TBV 

auY A aosiREfla» eiari pnoo* r p ”'''*,*,'' **’*^* 
ONE or YOUR OWW Th* »V I 

obaer will 'taCor macc 
Ih* rent and leai* la •,«m 
you and your mMt amei 
tin-ii Idea* 


aei'ment *a tenial 
CaU Art Yens at EV 3-31*1. 
(fl BV 3 m7« 


CITY 

THREE YEARS OLD 

3 BEDROOMS 

A TERRIFIC BUY 


hirt btteer hra'lnr ayticcn FV’* OAk RA t 

ptotnbini BmaQ b'l' ailfacUie . V./CAr\ UCV I 

careen Can b* (manMd * mAi |p.A r- \y 

$15,950 DUPLEX 

Mr mued. EVJ-im knyl.m. CHOICE LOCATION 

2 BDRMS EACH SIDE 
r\A\/ DAV FULL BASEMENTS 


t.rm rwil**e Meal f.i Allrertiv*. madern. nn .I*ch 3- »«’»’ »«K»4- <0*1^1 »»J 

bachclei. *cmi #*«htd*d Auathed bunealnw wltli Oll-O- hot-water fumac* 

t::r $5500 sr.-;;.; $ 10,250 s-.r"'"'* '“'’”sio'‘ssS 

r*y» Mr* M RamadaU KV «-mi jheei ask tar Henr* H«m«. P"»» "“lY I 0,UUU 

— - — ■■ rr J-T*4l. Eela OH 7-3714 Phan* ewner EV J.1J7I 

C* A A E iie^i t ' MOUNT TOLMIE 

SAANICH NEW SUBDIVISION ’ 

RFAI TY VCTCBAN AVFC ' 

r\CA\l— I T VETERAN AvES. ■« a com ot pmni «*ui add u> th« 

ISIS Quadr* tlREir-l 


$1200 DOWN 


Call RACHAEt. RUSSKtl . minKlCIf^C VA/ brdrnom* ea*yb'>rk kitchen 

EVA-4141 ricbi nnw and | oU DUKINolLeto W. hank vanity bathtanm lull 

doA I »i»» rhU eppurtunlty . — n-eca lull b#ml ■*'«« '»'«» b*»cment OU-O 3 

tor inS*n*nd*Bc* ci.nb^T.^^ neaMoi nice uauKaped tot 


"1 A \y n A \y FULL BASEMEN S to-ur* dlatrin Each one la Cain Kv 'I prire .«ly |*inn *ni 

J I jAK hay rutoto DrsjCfvu.iw I J ^ thrnuebnut Imn d-mi. will haiJl*- C»ll BILL 

~ Wr MN U»/ \ I Thl* Imeiy duplea 1* a real rhnire poUiLAB tXH,hTll3 HOVr automatic nil-heat full tiaaemmt MOUClhOS. KV bfT41, Nnflhwea*. 

i T- DCnonriAA DAKirUED <10 OOO aiwcva S mic "'■3 Mnd 4r..*-ln aarae* Let *3*14* Bamr ern .leruriUe* .4 Victoru Ud 

j-DCUKLaJM KANLMEK PuU price jiy.TVJU arapW mnind* Lmn* ibum wh* ei'l b* ready far ix>**c«aien tp — ■ ■■ ■■ - ■ 

<M O Q/V\ dinette cat. kHchrh. 3 Urfe abeut 4 week* Rue now and choee* . 

in. iiy.yUU 5 DkA CTI \rrr\ mi i«*rme*.l. Katm rm-na ’.T*' *” **’* '"** *" a tmm murea* 

Flr.i cU*. hnme (wf r.-cum. to 5‘RM STUCCO ^ ^ ^ 'OTlIIilme'iSrW 

r.t !:.^^."^;«,„T,‘r,,rln.°S^^,■.^ Country Setting «- <i>> *•* >" ;;;;; "'Jr,:,, 

• ith ;ne reem cab'nei kitchen with c aiii r /“ir>C"i c *amm cawerKwrewA '• —•**'* 


Thl* ddiea cwmpeliiiua ei tn* "r ' ' f ^ Ve V/ 

prire *>kfd Chohe lUualiei, tot raecuily# 

I ue It liber ere* larye llfia* t.n, |,|,h aeirciea o( 0«k t 
and dlniAC are*, three tara* t.arae lembinaiwa tltlnt and t 


rr J.y*4l. Eel* oh 7-;734 Phene ewner EV 3.1)71 

MOUNT TOLMIE 

NEW SUBDIVISION ’ ?‘^S5 

vcTCDCK. *yPc ■ 

VETERAN AVeS. •« ^ rmt ot pnmi «eUI add U> th« 

3 new 3-qedrwnm hmnet In thU valtM and alien*' (nr Mure rapnal 

very dealrabl* dlatrlct Bach one la cain 3'i'i prira •mly |*inn and 

yiucre aak (loara throuebfiut linn dnw'i. will hamfle. Call BILL 

automatic oil*heat (all haaemrat MOUOhUS. KV bfTtl. Nnrihwpat. 

4r..e-to aarace Let aiildO Bamr ern .leruriUea <d Victorta Lid 

• HI be ready fer ix>«*c«aien in -■ 

ahonl 4 week* Ru? now and choeee 'cAR B*T 

your own rolora Ea*e Icrmi we (Poaaetamn lanuary) 

all only 13 $4n e 1 1 ‘TArt * J-Wdtwidn atorM 

n..n mull nwc. SI l./UD itundaWn* un a .-wtim nrm. OUO- 


»»in ;nc roem cas'nei iitcnen wun ....^Lna,, c aaii c AiDC"! C 
ee nenk. dcmble bathrnem full ba*e- WITHIN 3-MILE L.IKL«Lc 


4r. .■51'^’, "ESOUIMALT" 


lull ment hidb baacment OU-O Matic weni with OE ml heat Penred _,ojw,« hnma toaiiuine toe-* 

ml Wat Vep •*•••• diounda a'. n»a’i*l laociacaped *J»‘ JL'* ll*toj ro*« •I**’ fir«.*fr family- , 

M.ctiraly larinMaped On btie " * • urnllr buy <1A 250 r^r 'iu%hjr SeiaiU rail BARVPY diBln« room f Im bedrma , 

loute Low latea >0M»»*i«n Im- at *'«v ! i.Vi 'mtodry rmtm <*ff Htrt.*o. (all, 

medial# <OzCA •'“> *Mjwn pa'tieni LEMMON at BVS.Jtll anyiim* »,.^,nenl, oil heal kaktog with 


"MODERN 

BUNGALOW" 


medial# <nz 

DAKOAIN AT d»TO 

It MO C.ARH-Rrit 4-ronm Pti-n* O Haoer 

b,iiiaaiow comoietc witb o-l tV 3-34)i re* CV3-31M 
rao4* and neaitr A> 
levommend inia a* an e».| 

cplicnt bur lor loa retlt«i( P“CT4AD Ul M I 

couple 4he N*»y ceupl* or, L.toL//'f\ n I LU 

Ii; 

n^.i Mnitern Ii*l0* 'finiii iflnlnf area 

r ' t„o 4 ki'chen buaement with auio 

Cv*4*^y.r*i....®2? KACOB condninn 

EV 3-4741 .h^-'..Nf-l $8500 


59650 •fL*; 


Now row «*n purrhato ihli ,jj, »nn u 

ilka • new riato • in, aiurru , umibte'frn 

buntale* •*tR eoneeul- umii 

oneva and to ,• ''’A‘ Pieaaa call DON BACON 

fan ran be irtH» < *' i EV 3-4741 *»*i>m*. 
Thouthtfully «#*i|oe« with 
Itri* Uvlnt room and (Ir* , 

plane aunny dlnlnt room .../-aaiT'* 

odtolA* tbo aoeeioua e*b NOW VACANT 

Inet tlecirtc kllrbes TTiree 

lert* bedroom* with l*ti of Bri|ht riean to c 

ruooeard tpace Thl* home diilon S-bedieom 

baa many aiUM which *ou cellar* witb poliiiia 

mu«t »ee THE LOW PAY- ' Oood oil boater ank 

MB3CT OP 3*0 PBR MONTH yapi* already in 

AT 44k IjrTB3ktrr an a 3»tlM lot. (dll pr 


• ariuiiiari. Mr 1. W'lthI 
BV 1-31*1. le* OR 7 111* 


31 3dP DOWN 

Rawn*rh. Mder •rcr.l hunt Handy la 
Illy rente* Hall livirir cm wiib IP. 
dinind rm kilitwm. i iirdrm* tprel 
■mth Karly t*>a»p**liin. Only |b .on I 

LARR HILL 


JOHN ORUrNWOOO 
1341 Broad Btrcct 


UjkRGR 7ROOM IK»ni IN EX* 
I CRLI.ENT romlltlmv. hu pmdem' 
I itart kilctvm and pi urn bed for auto 


CEDAR HILL__ HAGAR'S 


ONLY 

j Mutt **ll 13 30* d<'«n 
I Jack C’emenM PV3-I433. 
R«» BV 4-3437 


_ ^ OAK BAY iZr 

MAr;AR'«; "specials" david r mcadams 

I 1 /XVJ/Mn j .-m I a I 1 -T-w ' f.nafla Triwl Bld» 

I ULIALI I Y 13S3 Broad SI phone* IV 3-3314 

QUADRA HOMbS 

HIGH QUIET I Lr ri.r. r: lake property 

I I AD/IC I C7T I hrea'hiaii in« *•• view Bturew »l- ... ..... 

I LAKoE LU I I laiiof and heavy *hake rool Spa- N'lW l4 Ih# limc'to buy Mke prop 

, Call me M view Ihw Vnemi fp)u*‘ *ri#u* U4 Wllh lara* window* my-mu« lake* arc lUiMic ptai . 


NEW 

3 Bedrooms 


$12,500 , 3 B.drooms 

f.„c . Richmond- Ml. Tolmie 

_ _ I’tiiny and fi,natr n»»m» k.i eieiw NMA 

, DAVID R McADAMS 

I Hew r.nacia Triwl Bld» Atirariivw Ibedrm hnnw wl'l under Twa TTRA home* now ander con 

13S3 Broad ■( Pitoh#’ IV 3-3314 rm dmipE 


iwwahar. Ileal lamuy home er imU. 
aide (or roeoM* ruil prtow rmt* 
lANiO en teawmehl* l•fTn* Call 


' HiU MODIIAON KV MT41. Rorth* 
we«trm .Aer uriM ea ef Vutorld Ltd. 

*m DOWN 

Paqr-raom ranch iiyle hunealow. 
tw» bedroom* tart* elcclrtc klu 
Chen tilility tpate, carperl Land* 


Attrariivw Itovlm. hnme wl'l under Tw# 1*RA home, now under con. !'*«2^.*** "V.TAL 

•«*-. Ml newt tnnd iriel h.i l>il» 7«"if ®* V*. * . ^ ~ ^ ^ 


n wrt Mr DMchbunv Re* IV 3 1034 (uH haaement. all heat 


itrate RuT naw and hay* U Ifil COUNTRY HOMES 

finl.hed in the tolnr* _e(_»e«if PBOPEBTIfS 


lart* afreemtnt (or uia 
make* Ibia a very deilrable 
haane Phone C. L iBUZK', 


PRABRR nnw at BV 3-414I 
ar EV 3-4111 and ba Ui* 
fltn to *ea tbl* eacTOUonal 

J:L $'2,600 

"$750 DOWN 
OAK BAY— DUPLEX" 

A -raallHic* aoi««eiuM|y> 
(ar a HOME RSVEMUB' 
buvar to (urther devetao 
th>i welMacated OAK BAT 
DUPLEX Tair*« anl* m 
.aanarwl* entranrea Pa* 

r. $'0,550 

Barrain bunur* wlU »w* 
thl* on* tn a hurry Bn rilt 
BTRIt HARVtY today at 
SV 3-4T41 or BV 3-4in 

"GO MODERN WITH 
ACREAGE" 

Pallaw th* lr«nd •( baiurat 
de«ttn (er eaar llvini ea*a- 
Mned wlU> the lo* of 
country turreundtno** Leak 
•ver inl* wonderful va u* 
properly aniy I mibi* (rent 
Victaria tiarbar. amnaruin* 


Bri|ht fltan to c**^ 4*0 

diilaa 3-taedroam Uu«ta , _ 

ceiias* With poliiiivd (mar* j DPP^I li PT^ 

Oaad all boater and kitenm iN to to/ to/ to i-e 

tapio already to elate ; e.^i i>y»iy c ai r 

s,’r 'SJ“'v’£s: z". ^or quick sale 

?.*f«.ot'?(‘“““’“ “ $1050 DOWN 
$1500 1415 HAULTAIN 


Par addrmi to view the*# hnme* 
call len Thnma* ai Daoala* 


$1500 


I I AOr^Q 1 I in# r\9im •tttrev 750 

I LAKkjE LUI Iiriior and heave «hake rod( Spa- N.iw 1* Ih# Hmc to b«y «•<* pr«ip PUll price #1 

, Call me M view Ihw Vnemi fphi*' *rtwu* U4 with lara* window* eny-mu« lake* are lUiWic ptai . . , . » y* i^,-. I •“*> NHA Term* 

I II tear tid i.wnaal,m L<«aied Beparaie ■ue.i-aiic OR elenn* crtninda lad hie Ihoae «hu prefer 1—1 A K, I ^ CT 

' <ei miirt. dead etvl urect cMmpci*to8 kiicben and brrakf**t n«flk Den miwl iwbulni. natumi eurpAind- . | |/^ I I N 'Par addrmi to view the*# hnme* 

;ee Ut eilh yp OR. thru hali er bedtm powder raum Open insa Oivpeci Lake le io(w Gaud; rail len Thnma* ai Daoala* 

, •.■•liieed bed'mt eierirle kUchen Mairway to twa lart# bedrm* each ,htM>itut dahin* and twimmtot NEAR CRaiOPIOWBR RD IN llawk*. At Ca . ttIA Port Itteei. 
•enall utiHt* ^»dn if* twijrm wiin with Mihrm HW aolo-«ll hea'lM ■ yrar-tnund riaradwe and iuilr #H bbiquiMalt - Brand new Muri u EV 4-7131 iHee EV J-I448I. 
lyr in haee'mcni Oil HA heal Ven *'JW: *NJOY THE pCtET mlnuiee fr.im Vkioria. I have pmp- buniahiw. juat ngtat (or two at, 

I oean wrtl-kepi home Many tree* ^ TOO M^E 7TA ranemt (ram MR* la 314 OSS tbre* Altracuve appearanec an 

$i6,8oo 

J M Tatuw Ph-40ii- , Pr«» - 1 H A Hl'MBItR. LTD. , btdroam* balhrnam cabtnet kit '• 

e»e*’xV4W ’ S28 500 View 5Ureel k^V 3 lUt ' S’?!** . ?!!!!?. P\ A I D\/ 0 


T« »e* ml* at anytime STREET ' _ _ 

p.e*** call MRS SUB .. L FAIRPIFIH 

HOBSON tv 31741, BvM Balance »*3 per mnn'h Prue in- r /A I rNI I LL.L/ 

ji'sa I near park - sea 

"READ THIS" I"”*'"'' DUPLEX 

I PbOP* B t IMU EV 3-3433; near Hw ye* «nd mHc ait 

t> . ...A .t 7** XV *••••■ ,ha»e an ii»iy*T»e <4 pat pee m<«ni 

«iipr,ceaa» wyAAA (■ .,m upatAli# •Ulie ( all me t.. %w 

*?” ^ .T. -hw eticwfanltai fevee*»..n with 

wlin MM dawn h i a 4u- FXCLUS VE Ir.im* d.m.. t3 he,lrm.i he .<wm\ 

pl*« older, eeparat# en- ^ ^ ^ , »dl KA hea' .Ae|,aiaie emram* i 

iranrt* all tanaat toeluSed | A^^C^Pf) llfcbun tune .p Twn 'uiihoycm' 

4 raotn* each eulla Ban- L-zilNsJl V«/rVL/ .wepwrate Karaie. 43 ii*’ will handn 

arau nathraam* tea nai a. /« a i a rt kTLL riC CVA/ 

7 u«- a.iv .‘nrvt’cV SNAP , „ - , . * 

LTn* h”-'*'.'’ 

Pnrme L A SamBEB , ** aSa V2iliviii 

BV 3-4741, Be* EV 1-33S* f.R ’ kilehep J hedrma all healer. ROYAL OAK 

"VACANT" *5yVn::';ert.adnT.™:^^e^^^ NEW. BE>^UT^FULLY 

^^T^a bedroom, »*»•• f""" Iv33m APPOINTED STUCCO 

with tlreolac* dloina rawm Phone P •ehatbaum. BV 3-14W. , m. .* ,r - a i 

kitchen. Du raid rwt tar* tV3-Sldl i BUNGALOW 

Ml low oemant bawwiFnl — - , , — 

fti* mtle hem* ha* been, PinS DE LUXE 

•adlv omrl#«wd and urt- <5400 > ^7. -JT 

enily ae*d» a new coat at jD^UU ] 51JITI 

paiai It U nawever. wrtl a/ir-ia/ ' JtoM i u 

located near Mbaate bu*ea KA | vlF\Ar ; CimilRins ,4 laife tlrlnt rum 

or,A AtoAAA and iA nrliad lar (VI 1^. V I to V T hietUar-a iwk (liuTa Hw.Aiehia 


_ $7000 

yR H I a 4u- 


oaderful va u# 


Victoria tiarbar. amnaruin* 
enlrasce halt Heine room 
Nail wKb diAinc erew 3' 

goad bedrwoAt. Urt* 

electftc cabinet kitchen 
lull baaemont wttk ail 

packaaed he«t and Mparala 
larai* tar I eara H( awty' 
from hawee and Mw whwie 
•nrmnSed by nearly 4 1 

t rie# o( valuable cleared 

tnd All tbU (or Ih* dawn 

$10,200 
with attractlea larnu 
Oalt iV 1-174) or BV t-M*t 
and atlTTBX) ILAT (ol mar* 
iDfMmaUwn 


$28,500 


raon with (irepiare. dlnei'e. twaj 
H A HrMBItn. LTD. , bedroam* balhrnam cabinet kit ' 
*7*1 View 5Ureet 3 lUt ' S'*''* . •?“ .f*** ?L“!? li"". 


TRB ntXND iS TP 

SALT SPRING 
ISLAND 

On* Hour Prom Vtatorl* 
net eatnbllabed now. Be« ear 
■elMtloD a( drilrabla prap*rtla% 
wnterfrwnl laia end aervaf*. reel* 
dencea (arm* and buMnoaae*. fnr 
reiiabi* Infamatien aa aU lha 


EXCLUSIVE 

LANGFORD 

SNAP 


• Vie*-' W 4-^3 « View 5Ureet ^^.* *'*’ j dry" iub» *Oak’ (S^ rhrou|haui fTAl_BY & CO Ou*t^ilaSM^*c«ucl ** 

FAIRFIELD vA?«\T^r«“” - r..„ “ar:".nj;*.!y 

NEAR PARK -SEA ,,. 1010 Blomhord DCnor^r, 

PlIlDI CV WAItKrKUlNI .nc rm dinini rm kSitien W'llh twa bedraami. kitchen baibriwiki CW ^ A9i L - a 3 DtoL/KL/L/ 

wUrLC^ • J Arlu'fc ihrauahaut Rrlaht aiiti- panir> I lw»irm* . 'tiiare (cw aiT uilllly laota and carport Ptiliy CV j-0£wr 

tjve near Itw w* amt narlr atvl "• mnm* all wnh.*C4 view Tau diihM, twrtrm*. Spre halR FUir Undteaped Claae i« bua Thl* ,»■ (“Ol IWTPV Uif 

air iiwy-Tie .4 5m fuw m.»nto *•>* '»* iwpreaned Hv the •plendid haaemewl with autnoS pacliaB# nice h«*n* I* a««d buyini Het’ ^ GOOD BUY IN „ CUUN I KY ML 
(■•en upvtaii* tune (all me t.. v«w and ramfott h«aiinf Tired Ifd. flrflOn need* *'-*tof I* hal water euiemallc aU M ’ttcellent eanditian 

•hi* eunataMtAl f-e>vee*»..(i wun 3 ?L ‘jj'* J*!?*!*?.*!! lenlkwi Very tow ia*e» Total prKw (he iate«l lype and haul* i* ('illy SOOKE aarto^* twliM""imle' 


r.im* d.m.. <1 he,lrm.i I-# ■<•***(.' tl.WB Rra*-t»ahie dmtn pev- Inaulat'd iub*ian«i*l ca.h r>a) 
oil KA hea' .4e|,aia'e emram# i*i?L.'L 7. T-fllr #fep*a'4e A E Eeeher KV meni required at ihU <OQ95 

Irmim tune ,n Twn i-lhoyrma ' « ^^7"*. •"<* , I *»* rea KV 3 3TO . nrtr* a( . ^OTZJ 


llrnmn tui'e'jp Twn '••'h'yv'ma ' ”^Vim,WM H •**-"•*''* *^ 

'■tTT:*'* Vllh hend-ime wrau«M ira^^ mARCIAL SURVEY ITO. 

>>wh-V <15 OOO *''• (• * hedrma and annlher I ” ~ ' 

PRICK JH J.LAJU *.ocn bath Ratra imall healed * 


3. M Ta»I-.* KV4-1SJ1. 

mea KV 4 mx 

ROYAL OAK 

NEW. BEAUTIFULLY 


BUNGALOW 

PLUS DE LUXE 
SUITL 


.Vdrrn in baml alto with aea v»w- NEAT COTTAGE ’ ARTHUR E HAYKtS LTD 'Wh *Urir w' ci 

I ffW ftnU$*oU n^t. tf «CAr MP _ . .. ng Tnrt SV 

I Marvel at the panoramic aea view Movini to Bh«land. muii atll I™ ■"*»» BV i «ii and mpr^t* 

' (rwni iht lar*# aunderk Bartuaive 'ChaMa lar Ita ortvair and beauii- , - Mr- U^yd *r Mri OrKdtn* 


prtr* a( . * 

Pieaaa i*t tar w ieaee, 

EV J 43*3 

ARTHUR E HAYNES LTD 


Real Ratal* aad tnauranca 

1010 Blonshard 
EV 3-624 f - 

A GOOD BUY IN 
SOOKE 
Exclusive 


BALT Brnnio land* ltd. 

Pbona 13 Oan*M. B C. 


3 BEDROOMS 

COUNTRY HOME 


BxceUent candition in anlet 
aarludtd enllay toecly' mauateis 
IIP* M minutet (ram CUT 
ranua. 11 arrea awtoulldtnea. 


<'70Arv 4-ra**n collate alt new. (ruit Dead, ellv lurtit aad water. 
$/OUU I, deewrated mvely TeUl . <12 000 

airWMi toeatad an Itk* RUhwar. STIC# „ . -piA.,WW 


• •rd*n torated an th* RIjhwar. prlc* „ 
bu« temc* ai tba dMr Prtaata* Rbmia 
..•h I. u^..h uari* M Caab' - 


BV 1.4371 ar BV 4-iSOi 


$32,500 

Mia H»rve* 

BV 1-lUt »r BV 4-3I44 


(Ul trwndi IhU aoic-and-finan _ .f. t Phana EV 3-3133 ahaok aabla. H mil# #(( 

home wllh He tandcraptne imatl MT. DOUGLAS , lalaad Hwy, lliU Bay araa S 

|■te«nh<lule wovkahap, aarden haelptft.rMn aturco bantatow- oak ml)## MWlh o( Duecaa Ooly 337 

[all lar reiired (nil# EXTRA U3T (inwee ihraafbaut. canaUtint al #/qcA n/MA/kl ■“ *«f* PUaaa aaU O OUkaw^ 

Hnriuded TER 34 S MIN' Call j*„* m iHabtlr ralaed PP wUli I $950 DOWN Baaltf 

llVAN PATRICK BV 3 - 474 I- rea '(Hied bmekcaie* dinto* rm. elec' ....i ■ *jLLlizL 

kV J-MHl Narthweaiern Seeart- rab kit 4-pc tiiad baihrowm. RjU <A0 PFR MONTH TaErKB 

I nee of Victoria Ud baeemeni. all beat drUt-to fVXt^lMI n caarJd a Sy 3.imdram« 

Al r'rTaM.'Ri’iTt'^Ai'iiii/ Wi-hi* im'**^*** < 1 55H •miuaa iltito blue and wblu bun- rntiaf* anl utbar butldlnsa. Pnrw 

tort^ •“*» ^ I , taiaw a«Uy 7 year* old M oaarlf u ^ al |MB» Pieaaa mU 

- ?LiC KOLLICK REALTY 'IS34) LTD . “ •«« •' (JeorBI l»clma.m. eeaa BV 3SMK 


$950 DOWN 


and eiarea and U priced (Or 


Alder r*«tb UHUMM4 tbta U waaS 
land A email nercasa etaared 3 
wella. ihask aabla. H mile #(( 

lalaad Hwy. lIlU Bay araa S 

mllee aowlh o( Duncaa Only 311 
■ a acre Plaaaa sail O Oickaena, 
pvae BY 1.S44S. Kmt Baatty 

i tv3-iin 

I f aCrks 

(Mrily tiearad. a riiar S.badro(wa 


r, 1 ,-r-i DESIRABLE ;5rlaild'Lw2i^*«Uh>^^ with term* $1 3.550 .Stow^lUy**? ytm‘%!*M“oMM» 

C»,.„ ™. UPLANDS HOME 

fllVpiM'V hMn* vHH Oonr* ra p^a bp saw mrtvi W h*.twsfaa WAfh^nimMt tank Maw AM9 

twdr-ama nwri.mi hi' , ibree bedrwame and denar lauitb Mov4 and bt-/ely ttok wnM r.implete 


$10,200 MUU' 


VS I r"A,rs;d“e5t^'ii:ws'a ^ *»« 

JicisH - 1 4 . 500 , i ^ .-uhH OT?d, t* !,«).. 

9*J*. * ****^^*®1^ C farpemer CV4IM1; Im^Tvnv A'S^AmrYE nranerty H**Pllal flret claw eao'fUinn *nd imw ywmed Rr 3*3 per ibonib Street 

KV 3-4741 ai Mca. Tbw *v , nnild#* kna liarioidtomU r prtre nC ihu orarartr «"lr w^TTV^^^rtevooi 

EXCLUSIVE L 

"DADI lAAACMT . a - r -ri iiP ni IV/ — •'f* D**klR __ _ 1 CnMPLBTEl.V MODKHR, Po4rR P natof Ud. ^ bwarmrn 

LOOK AT THIS BUY , , . * ,r^v> * * a a. «»»•>««» IV 3-Sm ■ romned hamwl.to attae^ PRIVATE OWRER 3 ROMPB Oia; 

SQUARE" HANDYMAN ICa: 


L . V Panelled Ifyln# ropBL rAo kit I — -Hr . - ^ 

d quM* aaie <AQ5n'waA» a cm bwnaalow aom- twdr-ama arari.aii iii* , iiim be'drwM* and den\r lauitb itoH and to-/ely eM unR •-•implete hornef «f'.me*'S'*!»mbe IhN ShlilT**n«fauid^lnw ta«aa Tht* , pa^'^'rtoUbad^ bwuto ^(t»> 

ai kiT^iib^toHM eJaew m.^ern riipWd^ with aedraam 1U14 tlvln* r^ ir'"'*.. S»rt*j(i! ^ytoder Vary al ^ ^ „e,,tmwal bartaln (or the dra lll7 rmnd^raenmM^ I 

With onir II. 3** dawn I T bedJnu onA V*p^ bSb. Ro mAft^ eatra /raluraa * *?, ^ erly^Se^WM*U a modeiv? Wu*^ lull priee <705/^ aerb*. abellorad bar. JabAaos. MU 


I aw erly. One kMM U a modern. •«*#« toll jriee <7Q5^ 

■ .iwwtwdtiMn full bnacmeyii and .01 a* anlr i/TJ\J 

twal. Meal tor a mired cowpld Th«, Por detaila pho«e 3lra. B. M 

loaime a mora. mlur* hawie D Up Larlilan EV 3-S741 ar BY 3-4*44 
i«bl)aa,(op vhape hnvtnt 'nnw badHmfna Mayar * Jahsetona 3344 Owodlaa 


"ONLY $5000" 

•LIS* dawn reall* a bsr-, 
••In (nr UUa wl*a new!* 
daeoentod a t V 0 • Lwdrwmn 
toeme ta the to*m a( town 
Tl»e* 3*4 t^aa ywll 
CtJUlB VERSESB 
Pb. BY*.«74) Ot OB4-»44S 


to/x>wtoto/^i y a. ..Pay appainimabi lo vtaw pliona i ,. , . ... - 

DIIAAICKIT . Wi I.r* ni ivy — — Bert Daykln 1 CnMPLBTEI.V MODKRR, PCUrR 

iRLI AMENT LOOK AT TH S BUY tvs-sm BY3-*33d ranmod etorr,. hamfal.w attoetwil 

JARE' |toto(to/r\/-\l I ( MJ tovy t I handyman *A1 heat UU SB » ISA 

Its* werto 4-yemm Itowo*. PuH n/MNUT (V7PMN I Uraky huww and Dear 

n,^ it.i.. i« MAMAiAAi baeemynt Hat-atr ftawt Nire *!*• ■ - i line 'o ateidt *I*wm Phnet* OR 

uHfiJ and TVrtCn nf^ireite Calwawd dutrlci 3*Sb Reeded le iprato •* ewfme al ■ T » DOfTR *m% 

ss: ff .. $3960 si, c rrs 

Lvr=:rr-~sgS IJJ". !S,’“ “oSs- 

BV b-*741 or BV 4-dM * ■ , •< VKl^ LW > U4. BV l-4«* 


^ 'Prator Ud. 


~'wn toeety inuelllf and wirmyndtoau 
^ Lofiie btimwn inwv> torh. 3 I'ed- 
...'tme. ym b ne ci n eni mi elepa. onw- 


BY 3-S33d ' ranmed aturr-i har*tfai<*a> attoetwil pRtYATE OWRER 3 ROMPS 'ale naraav C»a>. ■wad ntU toi 

> ■nrap*. idt haal Uii SB « ISA Nenderaan Rd 1 and 4 badraam* rlwM tor maple Swnie torm*. PuU 

I I.wewlr huma and aardrn Dear a»d den l3tM rampu* rnom nm. 34 41i Dirk OMmr. P.V Ml33i 

I line 'o ateidt *I*wm Phnet* AR «tui ber doable biumbine 3 Capitol rily Ranhy. BV 4-U81 


90A. Bto RVrtnUIB 


tRD BMAU. OOTLAt 


nrwptece* anratc 
Hoedaema 


TRIPLEX POB BALE JAMBE 
[Bay ReaeoBAb#, liOartac.cUr 


__ _ __ ^ m I HIT PMATvPA ^ 

tAA^(\ rJiTw tirimii^ wRblw detav'Ms'LOf toad Ineeetmeat Palrfiefd i KANUMARI SMB OOWR. Mcvs-Sin T 
$64oU awd H#t Rb-towwid Rimd Onii'4 •uiie*. *elf-r«i^n*d com- r^^Xtoto „»;hn*#injm r,;? mrinreiTf5i«W.rn 

BV.*.«74I ar MW*, Pbm* R. B HHia BV M4U ■ Pleletr ^rTL-.***^* JiT* -^Uk" m 

ern B#«*n- rwe BY S4SIA F. R. Bpmen A ioM.iat* -P»*#*k 4D.SH. Ownnr. prve . M.Ufc PW saoWb W down ^ 


'BV l-lA* 


Vts. KVMItll 




30 tfoUraifl 

Sw«»4«y, N««. 2, I9SI 


lU WAWTFD TO irT- 


IM PROrr.RTT FOR 
SALE 


154 PROn:R'n' FOR 
SALE 


IM FARMS FOR SALE 
and VVA.NTEU 


Copyright Problem Inherited 


J735Q 

C4U Mr H-fM> KV4UU 


P. R. BROWN 


Ul I O| '!<T R T ROWTR 
and PKOPERTIKH 


WAHTItn-A IWfAft TABM OK 
a>4P*rn P*Ktn#uU BHh • ko«|<» 
M«t# «• (fooi iirrfiKxft urm 

c*«< tutna YiaTfurp 

KbnAwMurB af-Mf.uo* •« Vir- 

loot UA EV i-«7» T tv >OT<H 


rVi vM hati • b«im («f th»l 
U Qfi* (ftBi u Ml 

ttiii ' ■natl)*r aauM m ■ •irtM ' 
Kit (Upbi h»l wr U Ma4 

aiw • ttar* ibti U UB«rl 
ap«rUNi4 MuM na*» 4 rwa»— 
I bHrMVI fM)l 4tnlB|< 
(■•iPMpnt ureffriolT andprs »tr« 
*1#« H» ittn IbA urtw •# ID*«« 
Wh nartifcu* nimpu* 

ritna pu po»4>bii k<|K *b b 
hill tf 'vaiitIluaL iubi Mau> 
«K>p>t ihit » Btil af ih* orotnarr 
H« k Ml Airs lA Bi*a>* flaUirillT 
hp vBulA Brtftp MMPiBini arauAtf 
• ItMM but Bill |o IB DOOM n 
tt BltOIP* Aim nm out iMMt* 
diBIPIv II TKf muf IB aiOKI • 
Ra* aaliA EV I >161 I»r PVPBlrfi 
on 1 JMt W»«l«ni H«a»a Lid 


LANGFORD 
AND COLWOOD 

$1000 DOWN 


OLYMPIC VIEW 
TERRACE 


3780 WINSTON 
CR£5C£NT_ 


Aibart Head 


Woidk cmaiXiI {tk4iibr .tiu coiorful 
l«((linp«' «nd (h«im o7 (hk» i* 
bPtiPBi tliN-cd Adnialnw Pull ha>p< 
m«Bi «n Apm dri«* - u» 
apBullldl Ibnd- A 1 OAO 
kr«p rt ■MHinil* « \ 2./puU 

PiPBiP d« ndT'dUlildb n-'njBaAl* 

CbU Ur CIBIK KV«-mt 
R»l EV f OITl Inr BPI In vlt« 


U chAiiv. iak4. luiB |u>‘ ^ m*p 
hH BltlolAll'' Wills • L*d>*4k 

Biuerli^ii' bdA. jmUbi f at J.l im'4.. 


EMr-rBodt BiBdPPB •tur«B bui>«B- 
ln« with lirff WT rtoop n dcfmrt, 
Bi«i*k Bad bu« tdPBi (nr •mall 
tbrnlly. BB Map* aad PC^CA 
(pB<-«d PbU BPtaP bbH^J/ J v 


SWEKTSFU’RCJ. Qup. (CP'"T»i WoiWng 1 o korpiii* unde's 
In <* irOyopti old ^arrvhuu^p iiHnii* and alive, 

rltiflr hriT. Thf tu*|H»*nv of Hun "My unele wwi* nrvrr' inier* 
Kalian rom|M>siT Kian/ Ix^n.u omrd in bustnes'*, saidFiands 

I^diar m nn inierurw "He ah 


and work I mm my home see- 
me Mtai all royalties aiK* paid 
while ajitn hiring out music 
and hcnrps To rompanlea" 

Mr. Lehar came to North 


MORE PEOPLE 


$1500 DOWN 


Yarn ••UarllVP laur rn»iB bunOB- 
ia« with iw«p uilliiT add larat* 
firfpJdca and Oil*0*MaMr bpsusi 
NiP« la*|t and (bMpb alt in: Thii 
la a raal nUa hadiP ATSfVI 


U5E CLASSIHED 


COUNTRY 


V for Amerira with hU wile in IJMA, 


Pull nrtra 


Vrxd.Bitraauac A.m-aiuMn teunbB' 


llimfiarlan legation at Vichy 
durinj: the Wmod World War 
nnd dedded not to colurn 
iwHaune of the Communist 
tcetnu' in Huncary. 

Of Ills unde, he says; 

"He used (o Bay that a tnia 
wait/ holds all the unspoken 
love of a man and a girl. It is 
a Himpte love-prH'm in music. 
Each hole must be inevitable." 


COUPLES 


WATERFRONT 

Uarvpllnu* *Pa *Ipb I'< arr**. 
(1 b4p Ib old* n»> rm modant bun- 

t abiw and daubl* rar port nirp 
>»d and tirdpn « rrool oarkland 
ai hark If red wiiti w*iarlian<. 

Sr*" $13,500 

TrrBi* ran bP arr*niPrt 


to* Ibtip iitiAc •"> 

liipplarp dinint ria 
kl'rhrn 1 brdrm> l.piprp b«'i> 
cA'or«i ruiuff liw Ha*"* fun 

baM-Mrni OlNO'Ml'M* KS hPirtTnv 
dnrp-tn ••>pip LatiP M>< bippIv 

$12,900 

par PBfiBtB'Mipnl tn vipb rail Mr 

Clark IV k-)4U Kp* EV J-ftiU 


GORDON HEAD 


WAKTEn lkiMEUIAnn.1 POM 
THEES PEOPLE WUO HAVE JUS1 
ARIUVBU IN TOWN SEWSJI OR 
OLDER > OR i'llEDRUOU HOMES 
THEY ARI UVINO IN AN AVTO 
COURT AND UUer LOCATE 
QUICKIV CAM NOW POR IM 
MfOUTB INSfECTtON JOHNNY 
JAMEW OR JACK MIDDLETON 
WrSTERN HOMES LTD EV >->>tT 
ANYTIME. 


ANY OlWbR KINO 


SolnsTr CYcsccnt- 

On Ip'BilaU Rnid HCaAr-r 
MpIps Nnad PBP pp.il • ‘Tp( 
ratr J\. 4 MU IPli IB ihli 

baiullliit iiKlIvOwia 

Price' $1?0<^T^'^' 

Hpvp »»« »jp« and arr «uit 
• i-’p |.». N H A 

PSPm.p rail. A M 

IV »-14n OR /HdrT 

P. R Brown & Sons 

~ni7'®Toao a»TP»i — 


AUCTION 
TUES. 
7.30 P.M. 


BUILDING LOTS 

Wp havp a UrtP aMirtniPnl at 


HILLSIDE /REA 


Vpi) a<ir.rti\p t.rm PiUfBa banen. 
tna Pull ba.PMPni dripp-ln aa'- 
WP AnerBa.rPai. J975Q 

Call Mr Clark nhnnp EV 6-J4lt. 

Rp< avy nrii 


\oTU» TO rNninoR' 

41 MtlikK Ol Tin fc'ltl* 
M.A\ m BNO'IIAW lalp at « 
«t ( ir*<pa< lira Ba»al. %lr- 
I. Ri . llprPaMd 

U> U IIL.ILUV GIVEN ll>a' 
au'*. u;i'Pt» 'annk riai',. 
,l ii.p ppiaip at UiP awjrr *>p- 

a>P llPir''-. IP..ultfl1 T ♦Hid 
:i' tiip .jfi<Jpi»i|i>p<l E*ri4irie a' 
>r» S.fPPi Viiiuna PC dPl-'P 

m M. oI HripMiKt l#p* ■ 

'3.( t.f.i'fai .Hi dj»!ii>'‘'» 

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f- t'n'Pi.' rPtard u«. 


atpp tau wHW PM9 HditP aad 

watar an oarad mad waodad a* 


■ifikiihpra. Twntrai locailos. la* 
tarm> 


GORGE 

HIGH QUADRA 


GRANT & JENKINS 

Rpal BaiaiP A Ip.uranrp Kd . 
I.an«rard S C. 

Omca. OR ■ >T» IP* OR i tftOd 
or OR • Mil 


616 AVALON 
$1500 DOWN 


T am (n dppopraip nard Bf anod 
> and I'lwrl.iMn hom« in iNaw 
Ian arrai IP YOU ARP THINK- 
INO OP OT4JNO 1 UO HAVE 
CtlENTE WITH ANVWHERr 
FBQM U.M« TO ALI. CASH far 
aiiliabip pran^ilpi Plaa** lait R 
CARTWRIOHT »i IV *-€141 
Naithapatarn aptuttilta bI Vtrloria 
L(d 


LOTS LOTS 

BYWOOD PLACE 


HOUSEHOLD 

FURNISHIKCS 


Aiuaut*# 3*.a«B hamr^TiRiv *’Ba 
hvini rm (iipptacp dinina ><r>a« 
44W na»r*. larar kiiihpn oa*n 4 
baarnunM »iih n»»h -in P'll' imm- 
mpfli HA hpatifit Aimpipp c p 
la P.i'tampm 

Buildinc' Piirp )03vJV^ 

Call W'p'*an Clark ETt-H>.i 
Rr* EV>.0m 


IAS WA.NTfJl n) BUY 


Of! S' Chkripp Si an 

Ro.klana A«p t3 AM 

Sppruaea lmi.* un Viiib 

Ri* Ha _ «3S6d 

Couaia Har .Eirpiipni 
F-i TlPa 'r» ^ |/-•4 

D>ipipi Ml 1MI16 in rliv . II AM 
CanlBP4 Charip* «4<nnr «V«-T4>I 
ar PV 4-Ub'i 


CLIENTS WAITING 
FOR 

R" 1 > ’wdrm iwimp nrar Vi T^i. 

mi# und»f «:<»* |4 'W d-«i». 
R- l-b#drm l^cna iictA*> U#ad 

unddr lt:(vn lion' d'Mn 
R • 4 r-bedrm Nomp In Pairtipid 
wi Hi Mt m#w 

R>> 4 a M R duriaB nrpr#ra*'ir 
Jampa Rat uivIpt IjOnti <«|(b 


C.ASAUA TRUdt CllMPANV 


(CnnTph'le With KiiKlUh 
C’lU ( ryslal KH tinf;s| 
.MaU'hmi; FircMTccn and 
l4im(>A> , 

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APPLIANCES 

lli-i'i ('imilnnutions 
Tiano • T\ Si'ts 
i.aii* Mtrth-1 i:r\ ir* n 
Kaditi niid Kecord IMutiT 


GOOD NEIGHBORS 


snTK I TO ( K> Mil 

T\ 1114 UAItIM "! Ihr 
BOil RI 4 N ta*p- «4 tt.i 
klirpt. Itrl.rU R I . Mp 
K iitlO IK O 

HMtUiUll •••' O.^Pf' hi'' 
a.aiTi'i ii.p p '»'• «' '-p •' 
I .. <a . !>#n'»’ 'p^ "■ 


HANDYMAN'S 
SPECIAL 
617 ADMIRALS 


Tfatn*. v.nipd ut ta INMMM I 
hat# th# vnaiNt* nt wlltni raal 
p-:aia In >nn~^ulilul dlv a| 
VirinriB and ai a 'Np* Ntlihbnu' ' 
ananrvr I Bata man? 'ftu' <*1 
•«wn' rami||p« with tMd dnan 
natnmu nr ALL CARH II ana 
aia ihinkma at aallina naln ma 
Idr»(a ihiap (amltlaa and da a 
*‘0««d Npiihbnui t#r«up ca<1 
MRS SIMPSON, rv 6 fTlI >4 Hi 
aamrp Nnrihaaaiara RaruriMPt 
"1 Vtcintta Ltd 


R^tan Plica H*a "ira 


SINCLAIR HEIGHTS 


$3500 


Fip.«k# idi -B p Ml E'mpp Rraan 
EV w ^ EV4 4TTt 

I. n WHITToMf^ CD UMirr.D 
EV : I'M 


ALSO- 

548 BROADWAY 


A Se'ect SubdiviFtro 

<»n . Hrt.i 


a!!'n". : ' Oir ' ' ■ 
-ml rraam "i 
ol • ' n il ' p 'Npci ■ p 


W..iit :mim idini rn"a(P Npp^i 
fp* ipjtai’. Makp an 
nrr*r Prkp ••fcp'' 

Call Ml ' Claik Pt> EV k-]43i 
Rp* RV 9-dt3i 


Df?tAi n i\M»e 1 A 


investment buyer 


ACTION 


i’nnihimitioii 


crp.-p A 4 *'■ 
buppi Vi' «•' .* R ' 

I ro 4 HI niioR* 


I ha«a b#Pn Iniirutird br a w‘d- 
o«#d cU«ai la Barrhok# t>i and 
•nr'h n( rpnial baa*#* Pralpr 
Mdon la Mdoa otlCP brarkpi Call 
ET»IPI HARVEY EV I m«l or 
BX'daitt. RoriaaaaaMs SdctuiUda 
d( Vi«(«rta Ltd 


■ <The ••Mtirquiv* — 

Nenrh Sl.iMIO) 

Alsu '*1” 1\ In 1 UAlnm ( raff 
< ahhiel. niHV "Tlan’Miii " rin-t 
Rhte IT" I \ Kjiilii) I oiiitiiMR 
ti*m, Tvm 17 i niiMiie Si*t> 

>ini) ulhri A 

Tidt'st'ojie and Stand the m 
T wo Tape Kec«»rders i t 

Re..»nl ami 

Rr.i,n i‘i.inhiM-4tio;.- Manti'l 

Uatliiiu aiitl small ^|lfllinltl'■‘s. ' 

. I ulU Aiitimmlic 
SO* Klri'trir Kanue 
“MnffaP Klrrtrir Kan^e ,|.k pi 
."i Ijile MtMlel Krlnurratnrs 'lynrtri 

Anitti'iup ( arpelB 'Ihxn ! 
l.’xlN d’.'l • liieA 

liTflrW siijii**,. \faple anil 
I hroiiM* Dinette '»uHi*>. TXIIV 

Inltthl Dini'tte Suite }IOI 

“Mr. A >Irs.*‘ Hi'druom imn* « 

SiiUrs 

“SlexenH" Ulirelehnir 

ir»\Vi RimH'iONia. .■diTiionai \\|jo Isn't univeisaHy hketJ, 
HrmkraBe.. T'nha, Chinaware 
t;in«i.B. Hedilinc. Linen Three 
"Diniplex" FltH-trii' Ilealera, 

Aniii|iie (.ramiiphone, etc. 


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?rlr.'"" $1850 

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Anv Areo -t All Cash 

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Just a pair of man's socka-— 
’inniiic * fabric, make 

* these cutest 'Jama dollsl Boyi 
and girls — all children love 
them 

Pattern T36; pattern fnr 12- 
A new mcti dolls and [taiamRs: pattern 
an ap- of faces. nnU.<t made of man's 
I'p TV si/e 12 jio<4«d. fabric luTape. 
n't USi .Send thirty-five cents in ivtina 
per emit tiue to all Idcils or (alamps cannot he acceptedi 

for thia pattein Laura Wheler 
One of them ts Col. Ranald NeedliH'iaft Department. The 
Mackenzie, played by Richard Daily Colonist. fiO Front Street 
I'arLaon. In the po.st Clvil War West. Toronto. Onl. Print plain* 
Ziv 4CI les. "Mackenzies Raid- ly pattern number, your name 
ers." he Is n martinet whose and address, 
men neither like nor understand A new 19'i9 Laura Wheeler 
him. Needle<Tafi Book. Just out. has 

... love). ^1. "i i'-i : i-in- 

ft \ ( K T \ i: n v t \i . f- . . ry, eroc • ' n i' i;. weav* 

HOLLywoon tlTI'— Ernie ing. quilting, toys. In the book, 
Knvac* and his wife. Edfe a special Rurprls* to make a 
ITi'il " w:: ' 'to EV 8*S422 Adams, plan to have an outdoor little girl happy — a cut-out 

<l‘>c FftitT NiTflt-'^'T theatre R.s p.irt of the new home doll, rlothea tn color. Send 25 
■ ^ * ' ' they rr building m Beverly Hills. ret\ls for this hook. 


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DUPLEXES 

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SPOT CASH 


MEDICAL MAN 


Fnr <a<jr Ml nr vrn.tri * toilabia 
(nr NHA bjilitini Cali N tTiorn- 
b*r Of 8 r*ina B«-t*r<i Hom-i 
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BUILDERS 

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JIM RANSON 
Res EV 5-66 14 

COltUKRCIAL LOT — OAK RAY 
AVe 4Kn»l?7 t« VO 

MR HILL t#t tY9-t»* Ritaa 
Rra* Aa»n->*« Lirt I in BUBahard 
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dUNHMi Uaild aaa« CTRA 
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Rb Hum about pa*»#aaHm. I mb- 
r*r«tY n*M a Rom# w Oak Bajr frw 
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IP (OMi rnndmon 

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tnar»*ci 'Tfriler for 0«i M*aiinc' and 
a Mftil'wd d*p«Mll *h#«i'i» mail# Bar- 
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Th# lo*#»t <*» an* tender will BOt 
B#r«a>anl) oe acrepied 

n r BKARFF 
Cti* Furchaami Atml 
CRt Halt. Viriena BC 
October >7 IIU, 


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fnr CBBlractoni Quirk #a** )V« 
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wa* Ftaa mailed ob r*«u#*l 
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Rawtei * Co II1A Fort, 
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SINCLAIR HEIGHTS 


8 AN18D OVIR 4 AC’HFJi LAND 
• i'h rabin aroann l-'mi# circle. 
VirtorU Pren Bw I Ml 

HAVF rVi CASH Ff*« ACREAUR 
>•( Mibl lOfM* Wl.#' !!••* '••U to 

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VIKW LOT dr AfRF.A'.r. SiD. 
T«" r*pr Ho\ Hi-Wa;. LV 4 Silt 


A Select Subdivision 

On S'nrioir Rnad «**r-aekmi 
Cadbnro 8ir near vb.v«i« bu# 
*tere* brarb propoted part All 
lot* NHA apprtivpd 11 TOO *prn 
fnw* B4 II >60 Our *i3n 00 
properir 

M Rniland and R Cat a( 
Rwineri nna 

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WAKTRD IMMI^DIATCLY 
T**n bedrooHi howac with full na*#. 
mem ond |nnd fumor# noC >*#(u>*. 
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poy Artwn ond ran make ennd 
mrMhIy paymoMa any dhtnrL’ 
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tv«A EV I.UfiT. FairliOid Raolty. 
m PM* tiroeL 

A GOOD ACEJCT I8^W GREAT 
vBiue to ytM Our mony roeont 
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bnmaa to oell. For muna ple#«e 
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odenunn i«u baop our -peOrr fnr 
over M yoar*. 

l^CENTLY~R^t.TREn~CnROOH 
Mead Mr. Om«laa rnrdowa Ray 
■roi Small (-nmpar* twwae with jr 
wafhoui ha f nio n i »> a»ep« muft 
ho\a rmli ireot Up tn tU.ODfi noth. 
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fiPt fHrooL Phrma EV uns 

GEKimCB CASH cuctcT” Ha^ 
amaJI buntaluiv > hedronma witb 
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fieM up to tl3 no. Urferd. Pl«<ne 
R Hama Breinnaii Ineeodneni Cn. 
Ltd tU Fort St. day* CV 3-TlM: 
eiwa CR TdUd 

ROCKLARD AREA - REWF.R' TWO 
or ihroo-bedreotn boma wMh den nr 
rumpuB raem. Miipl have one lane 
bodnn and food-aiwd OR. Cllom 
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THREE - BEDROOM R O M F. OH 
Imnadnavn# alope tor rllerrt arnvmf 
from VancoHier Nov. SP Mu*( have - 
baaomenl. Will ft> up lo HAIP10. and 
kaa larfe dmm naymrat Call Anne 
nmaMoon FV 34dT0 or Bel Shran*. 
EV ijaai SUV RmK} . ev tzuT 

TO Stu. rOVR HOME YOUR 
aol duDin or farm Hat vHh ibo 
aaioo atari o( Ooorn Raodall Ud 

A dkeodf aUoBUle of euBuint buyor* 
for uhai *so bo*o u OoS Pbom 
tv 4-EIN 

CASH lUYER FOR. OLOBR-TYn 
bmna. 4 bwdtnomt I all rlsM If oiw 
ran be aWM on CHk fiat. ClkPiR 
anil m to tTfinm Pieaae ran Mr. 
■afiMwo Ldlll The B C. LaiM 
to Government. 

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lend* ar V 1 lor caah Parlteular* 
BBO prVea# to VIrinria Pre««, Ret 


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WANT AD! j 


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AM) WANTKD 

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renirol b*-a:mn Thi* M laal nf Ma 
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WANTSP Ai RY.Ani OR SMALL 
farm rlftk* >0 Vtrtnna API'ly 
Vir-irit a Frew Rnt 16|a 


SEA- VIEW LOT 

OnrdnB H*od di*in*i vo>jr rhaira 
of a naiBO on lOta ter'nded loi 
IlkUS It Plan* and NHA inai) 
thru i>dr ottirt Rrhnnl and 'ran#- 
porti'lon a< dnnr Pl*a*e rail 
h Oo**ie*. rvilvoi o* C 8m- 
den rvism olfiee EV S I1 j4. 

Frank A Martls Aceito** Ud. 
lit! HlBfiiham SireSt 


BUILniNO LOTS 

UHlie Dri*t . OOsI}* I toO 
Olaafnrd DillS It <100 

OlOBferd rcoratri 10x141 ll 100 

Milner Avenue MxlM II >no 

Crdkr Hill Area toilDd II )M 

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tV 4-ll>a. re* RV l-Stat #*#*. 

PtMRRRTON HOl.tetS LTD. 
last Oortrnment ttr»ei 


158 FARMS 4--OK HAIJS 
and WA.N'**KI) 


Jiisf pick lip your phone 
and call us! An efficient 
R(1 w riter will help com- 
pose your ad for imme- 
diate results. Want ad.x 
are your handie.Nt method 
of nHinc any want or 


Lot II. FeriUiB >0 20 Fla« b«1 np ir# 
real aine 8t<BK*-i*#a'r Si oeiwrrri Rian 
and Fr»r1 •'» -koxbl. We-i pail nf 
l.ttt M Ser Ik plan UM. ai U» 
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S'# 44«l>4' Fa" part of Ut f. 

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• Ida Pritihro«e St beiweeo 8M#ke«- 
p*a>a and Bvlmnnl are ikOxItl • Writ 
pan ol I.M* S. 10 and A Slock I, S#r- 
tton Ik. P'bD kit nn Uic aaalh >i«# 
n#B«nan ti between Vtftor a p d 
thahrM-*ar« 81* ikk'xIlS 1 

Sealed ofirr* fnr the purrha## of an* 
of the tbn^e lot* wiH 0# rerelverl h' 
tiie uDderolined until k 0 eloex p ni an 
fridav Nmetnber 7lh. and 

h* tnaivM on the envelope 'OPPtR 
FOR I-OT" All Bffer* mu*4 b# afe**n. 
named bi a ««DO*|t rheaue far 10'. of 
ih* amO'iB* nl the offer Hlehe*' nr attr 
niter wilt net B*te»«anlr be a#-repled 
Por luriher particular* opolv in 

CfTY I AHP CfiMMlSSIOKER 
4?llv Hall. Victoria BC. 
Otinbrr 9>th. lOkd 


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11 MA - kl AM 
VANTHIinHT PRIVB 
niTAlUl ON SKINS 
OWNER OR >-'.’k«6 


FOUR-MILE CIRCLE 

A verv atlrarn** imail bnidint 
><t#r A at'** with « annd tnad 
ffontai* Tl># land t* rn a i*mle 
•lotia '1 rlraren balani* (tred 
BBd nwth p*Miir* Th# dwellma 
.4 room* and batrnmnt w >• in 
•pn’l*** rwidliion Dnubl# la- 
rae# **t#ral *wiaU rtikkrn 
hou*»* Altateiher an lileat la- 
eation fM counlrv Ihine ai Ita 


OUFLtX LOTS 
Cook and Vitta Rrichia. 
UkxOk 13 

AL«0 

TUUrum Rd area t*xl>0 k> 
Call Ttn CHARTRES. 

BV k-ri41 at BY k-kkCf 
NBrihw#»terB BorBrltia* of 
Victoria tid 


LOTS 1. 2. 3. APPROX 75 X 4W. 
beitt-een Sfuinc arul imeruriuin R>H. 
City HEW AM wa<#i >1 xei ewrlv 
Would conaMer hr* drwn najmeiti. 
CV 5^4374 

A FEW CHOin'LUTS aVaUJIBIJI 
which are NHA approved PrKO 
ranoa IMO t« kl.lM Ulaod Io«##k< 
MRl ^ Ltd EV 4-T144 

BftiWTWOOD . A LEVEL ToTS OR 
piped waier. » and IM ft oirle. 
Y*M 4 H I *’. ' only AI.WH eorti Hrenl- 
wood Pmaenica K-aiins m 

ONB AL-RB OF CLBARBO PROF- 
arty kl OOA HWh hwaiiAh wiih 
Pice vie* :a Reatint area. Vir- 
toria Prtaa. S«x i>lk 

THRnif4iM’RUIl.nER wixlin COR* 
tier Ini Onaper CreviTW m«rf*t 
Wen# nrxl dnnr Caart V"pelaar. 


BYLVAN BETTTNO 
a ll wooded arcea. with eaiarwl 
rlrwrtnt for vour dream bem#. 
bnrdertBk nn plrtureaque Mil!- 
■treasi Fall urlce only 13 ISA. 
Call ROTD RILL. BV k.|l41 or 
BY S-)0M Northwistern 8?#>in* 
ttet Of Virtorta LUl 

Lo4 OB Pmte Rood. YSkiai. MM 
l4>l an Pirtie Raad. AYkIU. MkA 
Lot m Broadway, klatn H IM 
Full ipformailM an abo*e Iota 
Itom Herb UodsaoB. BV > 31*1. 
Rea OR t >114 

HARRY FOSTER LfMmO 

SNAF — BXCLURIVE LOT. StZB 
Mxin ft- iwi *ew*r Mual b# mM 
a* owoer l» leavint the eouniry 
•hnrti* Lnob lor (lie F R Brown 
■Itn »n apehunr AreBo* Clio 
thla ad then ohnne R B HIIU. 
BVk-34». ri« BV>-MII Ptir# 
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Ltd..- im Broad streel 


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lann and lirti ra<* arrnmmiM*- 
linn fi*r 30 Buluali A email. 
p*«f r«r*'akrt » or nwner * rol- 
taar af 4 air# room* and 
UHli'r room Oiftet toratlop 

Rrainnabi* pr'<#d J 1 4 700 

Will ri)n>t)t#r irad# far *(nall*r 
arteaa* Call Mr O Too!# e»r- . 
KV)-A340 Mr Bn** OR A-ltil 


Your vsrsnt ijoomB or imitps msy 
he fX'nictl wlthcjf delsv, un- 
wsnlod articles sell qufrkty help 
may be fmiml ■ new |ob fnr 
you . , a money BRvtng harcsin 
. . . B speclRl (tenrlce or loot 
RTtlcle recovered . theae may 
all be Rcnymplished speedily 
thmuBh lnexT»en.ilve wsnl sds. 

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diiiam kl «ai EVimasi 

TWO ii)y;Ai. si'Imrng' ixm 
wwor Wilkinwei and iMerarhan. 
■ollaide fr« NHA It mt> oarb. 
OR A fit* 


JOHNSTON & CO. LTD 

RV 1.1471 


PAT BAY HIWY 

klk3M~t>kM fX)WR 
k'i ACRES 1 CULTIVATED 
4A IrwII l»*e* '* act* »lrowb*tri#a, 
ntre lawn and lartfeB* Clir 
Iitint. IB founir* aimn<ni>rre 
Lorriv •ta-rowm mcMem bunialow 
wuh nt O O M beki in lull htah 
batemeni and oih*r farm buii'lint* 
a mllra Cllt water 8x*ell«Bt 


ONE Ok SIX BEAT LOT* IN 
^■por ftrarew uynrkaA'ng new 
Grwge Park A., i.ni imprtwe. 
men^prepaM BV 3-73RI 

n « 3IB ON CBUAR GLEN 
lUmd. mr M>4Uif OnuaUa It MS 
Phima BV •• am 

MUST sruL LOT Mxm rT, 

tV^AlS”*^ toidt iwmee. Tirme 

H RM>« 'imoM 'bus aihoA at 
I new lata. Mum aall. 


WANTID • 8EACRONT OR 8RA- 
Yww ndlafO IP ?<ot1h Saanlrh fnr 
nwfiL Cal* Mr U«pe. CV 4-4115 any- 
Umo. a C Land and Inv#«imei«. 
103 GwvtiMTM U it Birewl. 


RAVE ai.M CA8R POR unW 
■la parePaat of uMer family 
ma. Vasraivar cUaM man havo 
K. U puaaetMm Call RILL 
SbOfOR. EVV4741 Ntklhwwam 
ranuM af Yi mona Ltd. 

urnb *> 3JBROROOM BURG, 
rw. BasMmah. ParMandt arm. or 


Pl*e»r call Cbral Salid 
BV 3 kSAl ir*ta> BV 4-04 

OICKII A CO. REALTY 
n> Fori 


lf>T FOR SALE 3M’\3r~*CLCAfi- 
ed n flfn CorHuea Bay. Fur panirw 
lart phnw t OR t aaH aOw k A m. 

VIEW LOT, 10 ACTt~ AUT 7»BW 
homn UaiwB-RlfSktnMvp arm I3.- 
IIA. Phoa* BY 4-lAAk 


IN SEASON 


Wh? wall walll apriat la tell ywur 
farm* You mar Ihfak that you 
COB art a better price far IL Mt 
that U noL true I have ai maov 
ciMnta leoltaa tor farm acoparty 
new a# I did Ian «prtna Let me 
atti your prapertr a«w Mfore laa 
fxia* ae»»an wu la Pur priMapt 
oritaa e#n MAURirt N BMrra 
BOW BYI-ri4t. eve*. ETY-MAA. 
Narthweetern Seeumte# of Vtcioeu 
Lid 

FARM 0\'RR m ACRRS. ' WITH 
k-imdiwaa hnuee. bam. cleareH. 
Chaw In Aaliw* WnuM tv— a**T 
tons irrm l#«ie ai lAMi prr moMb. 
or aril hw 130 nm rRwa t« nfTrri. 
Lto to e ll I a t e poiAninpk VKtortA 


Saher BV 2AUT t«ea. 
New tad Raaily LUL. 


A8x>4A lot la tasulman RoHdea- 
Hal Aupkex or aoartaieni oaoeid. 
I fmilt treat. bulMlBi Ut. 

Ra^Mb Rul bartola ai |1 kAA 
Call asoanB crar at by k-oi4i 
ae BY >.A4tA NofthweAMra Bouar* 
Uiaa of VIetorta Lid 

eoLwooo i/Ym. RRAimntt 
ireea <aSt4M« Miaa aad drivewaya 
traded hadw arreae# lobt fmM* 
ate. airwam CaaS. larma. 


VIEW Rmo OBOROB TWR- 

race Pstn M aoraU BY 3-B3A0 

TMRBE BRA-VlW LOTt' B&IW 

aach. leaa te eaoR OR Adi 

CLSARD BQfLD»0 LOT POR 
Mia AAal>l Apply AA3 Ralwh 

lAA-PT rSfiNTAOr CLullBD 

leyal let. fcapard Aea. BY 3-kA4A. 


WILL BUT roa CAsa-Moom 

hnmea David N McAdam. Seal 
»MAM. 13 » armd BL 
WAjnXD TO BUY FROAT (IWRf.R 
A-b^reMA fenos Ba asf «■ yjcMrla 




The amazing story 
of the human seoses 


I Sallir (tnlontBt Vltlorin. &.C., Son.. Not. 2, 1958 3J 


aiuier s 


*).) Per (icnl AiTurale 


Take Two H-Bombs, 
Simmer Sea to Steam 


Scidnlisl Claims 
Cancer-Spallcr 


WASHfNOTON (UPl^— M*n T«ke Ift rf«Hy "clMn ' -that i*> iormlnK Ihf r«)Ulr«s1 Ice (of to 

Would be a fool to foo! around non ladloacUve hydiogen waim ihn Arcti. 

. bombs each equal m energy to HUt wouW that be good? No. 

wiin me weamer. lO.Ortr.noo tona of TNT Explode Wexirr wiva 

l! he could change the wea them at Ju>f the right depth In Th»« woulil iiuTcasc the 

fhev and did. he might vei-y the Arctic CKran to pijHlnce the o| existing gisviors ar\d cau**« 

well wish he hadn't right amout of steam, whlrli new ones to fotni. •oicdting .1 

ihcreu|K>n guahes into the al new ice age" endangering ihi- 
That. at leaai, le the view of mnsphere and rondente. % l[ itii hfr of cities and communitie.s 


Action 


Brtkud 


ST. LnUl.S iAP< Or Jack 
Makari uf {Mainflehl, \ .f «a>a 
fhal a bloo<l tesi he l..t- do 
velopcd has bi-en '.i.i i>er cent 
accuiaie In dlagnobing card- 
numa. the most prevalent form 


He alao ro|>ortcd development 
of a skin teat w'hich said of 
fcml ptomb of detecting the 
puKsible piesencc of cancer of 
any iy|« in apparently well 

people. 


1 cannot find the worda to tell you about 
thU immaculate and lovely home Ijiwna 


more 


tisl, Dr Harry Wexler. 

Wexlcr la director of meteo^o 
logical research of the * U-S 
Weather Bureau, lie also is 
chief wienli.st of the IJ S, Ant 
Btctle research program. 

Wexler ;«yi current propo 
aala for large :.;;dc weather 
modification “are either tmprac 
tical or likely to produce cures 
that arc woise lhan the ad 
mi-nl." 

One propnaal for changing the 
earth's heat balance and thus 
alter its weather la to blacken 
the Arctic ice p«»k and certain 
deset u with a thin fihn of car 
boifi. 

Thia, theoretically, would 
result In greater absorption and 
leas loi« of heat received from 
the sun. To accomplish any* 
ihing with thU method U would 
take, Wexler estimates, 1.500. 
000, ODD tons of carbon for the 
Arctic and 500 000 000 tons (or 
the deserts. 

An alternative would be to 
generate thick fogs of Ire cry- 
atala which would reduce radia- 
tion 0 / solar-energy back into 
space Wexler recipe (or cnok 
log up such a fog u as follows. 


home and see for vour- 


Aroniul Town 


selves - 
It's value at 
with terms. 


Call IIKNBY BITTKBMAN 


Disaster Fund 
Tops $1,000 


Other cancer researchers, 
asked by reporters for comment 
said this and other develop- 
ments reported by Dr. Makari 
need further exploration before 
a definite evaluation. 

Dr. Makari said the test U 
baseu on a metliod previously 
I used In '- tenet* to delect such 
things ax tuberculosis and al- 
lergies. hut has never, to h)5 
know lc<lgr. been uaed to diag 
no*ir cancer. 

I He told reporters at a press 
i conference that the method 
i i.'oulil only he u«cd at special 
laboratory ceniivx. 


"NICE PLACE TO LIAT. 

TWO PLACES TO RENT’ 

Don't believe It If your friends tell you 
there are no bargains. $110 monthly In- 
come, plus a lovely 2 bedroom, ground* 
floor suite for youpielf. included with the 
sale of this fine solid. 3-suite home. Lo- 
cated in a good, gracious revenue district 
The 2 upper suiiea are presently rented 
and are rh-slgned so as to ensure continued 
rental. ThI* U a real investment For 
...fther details of C1C OnH 

this bargain at ^ I OjUUU 

Call TAT Ml Rrin . EV6-67U 


His rifle slung over his 
shoulder and wearing denirrui. 
Crown Prinj-c Haratd of Nor- 
way cr.-. scs rough coqnlry 
during a military orientation 
race near Oslo. The prince It 
undergoing hu military serv- 
ice 


"SUITE AND LOW" 

Here s a 12 year-old. rtucco bungalow with 
basement suite which pays half the mort- 
gage and ail the taxes There are 2 good 
bcdrwms on the main floor. Aceiex tiles 
m the kitchen, -in r.-.-.-e-lent fireplace In 
the living room and a view window in the 
dining room The furnoce needs replac- 
ing I would suggest a new Oil-O MaUc 
furnace 'financed on monthly paymentai, 
whlrtt would add greatly to the market 

value of this properly. $9950 

with S2,00b down and Glance at $78 
monthlv The basement '-iite it now 
i^ted at to a r^bif. tawant 

f ail KRir A. MACFAm'RN. BV 5^41 
(S4-hottr telephone servire) 


Sweden's import.s and exports 
dropped 6 per cent during the 
first eight months of 1958. 


The Victoria 


Committees Set L 


TV Jif 

SCIENCE SERIES 

TONIGHT 
6.00 - 7.00 p.m. 
Channel 6 


Why li poift nacMMryt Hew 
meny Mniet do you really 
he<re? For <K« entwen don't 
miu this foKinoting telenUon 
progrom, dtugned for ih# entire 
fomrly. 


Saanich Rally 
On Tuesday 


Society has elected 23 directors Hamilton 
anil orgaiu/*^d four committees. ;Couchmai 
Directors are Ed Haw Frank H*nillton 
-le^glf *. Molly Phillips. Mrs Commli 
A. B. Boon. William lloo^on to study i 
Mrs. Ben N'oel, Rev.*^N. L warfare. 
Hughes, Rev. E. Jl. Staley. Mrs moUng f 
Bernice Packford, Helen Bnin* mr*lJ 

ell, Mrs. May Campbell, Harvey , temationi 
Mickelson. Richard Broughton, cultural * 
J. H. Ford. NJrx. Jean Bain. 

Mrs. Don-as Blair, Larry Tick ^ 


"HOMEY BUNGALOW" 

Here la an immaculate, two Urge bed- 
room bungalow with no steM. glaaa dash 
stucco: on s quiet slregt, close to town; 
for people who sre house-proud. Owners 
sre moving to Nanaimo and are sacrl- 
flcing for quick sale at 
the low full price of . • Ws/U 

Nsith $2,000 down. If you are looking for 
this type of home (one-year-old, new oil 
range’ Included), contact me at once for 


A course for Civil Defent-e 
suxjlJ.iry police service.^ will be 
held in Victoria latri ihl« month 
and will he open to a >>one in 
the Greater -Victoria atca over 
18 years of age. 

Tlie course will Include gen- 
eral p'dice duties and traffic 
control, and lectures will be 
given covering criminal law and 
other subjects as well as in 
strucUon in pistol shooting and 
ludo. 


Amalgamation and ■; plan to 
force development into small 
areas of 5Uanlch will be dis- 
cussed by Reeve George Chat- 
lerton st a public meeting In 
the Royal Oak Women's Insti- 
tute hall al 8 p m. Tuesday. 

Theemeetlng was originally 
arranged hy the Elk Lake Rate- 
payers' Association to hear 
Reeve Chalterton s views on the 
development plan. But the 
Deutsch amalgamation report 
wa.s released since the date aet. 
and now. notices advertising 
the meeting in Royal Oak stress 
the question of amalgamation. 


Uorhltg 

OR. FRANK BAXTER 

Frodveod end diroclod by 

WARNER BROTHERS 

S^en>e»sd by 

TRANS-CANADA 
TELIPHONE SYSTEM 


The Red Chevrons AssocU- 
lion of Vancouver I.sland will 
hold a smoker at the Army. 
Nav'y and Air Force Club, on 
Wharf Street, at 7.30 p m.. Nov. 


atnoN WIDE 
lEUCOMWUNICAtiON 
SiRVICE 


63 (iandles 
Blown Out 
By Veteran 


The association is made up of 
some 90 members who w*ere 
with the first Canadian con 
Ungent to go to France during 
the First World War. 

Major W, B. Montelth. presi 
dent, will preside over a busineaa 
meeting during which time new 
officers will be elected. 

Persons seeking further Infer 
matton are asked to telephone 
C E. Sherwin. at EV 35006. 


••FOR EARNEST. 
CXDNSCIENTIOUS 
SERVICE IN 
SELUNG YOUR 
HOME, TRY 
USTING ^^T^H US. 


Lir.llTING STFCIRF-S TWK K 
SPARTA. Wl;. rtPI '-Local 
busines.wnan Lou Apple is a 
rare “w-eekend golfer" who has 
two holes-ln-one to hla credit. 
He got his first in 1951, then 
repeated the (eat this year on 
the same golf course. His wit- 
ness was Dr. H. H. WiUiama. 
also a member of the 1951 four 
some. 


SERVING YOUR COMMUNITY 


fXr«« 

la TSaaihi- 
Ul a»a L’Mar«tM 4 Uv 
farvlta. 


Nebraska, where corn li the 
principal rrop, is known as the 
••Comhusker state “ 


Rat Hafeaaa 

Call anytime, 

R17.ANVK or HARRY HOR<iON, 
( all KV 5-6741 or CV 2-7838 


Sixty three candies on a huge 
birthday cake decorated in Hal- 
loween mottk were blown out 
recently by veteran Mr. F 
Sutherland, gtiest-of-honor at a 
recent parly in the pavilion 
lounge of Veterans’ Hospital. 

The assembled company of 
patients And friends .sang their 
favorite songs of First and 
Second World Wars, accompan 
Ictl by Andy Anderson at the 

piano. 

George Barton and Charlie 
Wilkins, maaten of ceremonies, 
conducted a beauty contest, won 
by H. Parker and R. Whitehead, 
and a bean-guessing contest, 
won b>- W. Simpson. 

A framed photograph taken 
during Princess Margaret's visit 
to the hospital, was presented to 
the matron, Mis.x R W, Cowper, 
during the monthly birthday 
parly in the pavilion lounge of 
ihe Veterans’ Hospital. 

The presentation was made by 
George ISarton, on behalf of the 
patients, w-ho felt Ml.ss Cowpep 
would like to have the picture 
for her office. 


y''fun0*ol CAopcl of Roit%' 


R*rrr H»Smb 


/ &in&B 
fomtot Cheptl of Hoel 


GOOD NEIGHBORS" 

Homes wanted up to $20,000. I have the 
privilege of selling real estate in this 
wautlful city of Victoria, and as a 'Tfew 
Neighbor " sponsor, I have many “out of 
lown" families, with good down payments 
or ALL CASH. If vmi are thinking of 
selllng^help me locale these families and 
do a “GOOD NraCHfeOR” senlce. 

Call MRS.. SI?.II»SOS. 

KV 5-674 1 — 24-hour service 


Mtmofiol Cf>jpol of Chimo/ 


8ANTYS 


SANDS 

'FXMr»l CkioAl ol 
Sa»M" 

eMrtk llr^l •! 

sidMt na 

ti4B«r 4i« 


Limited 

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SANDS 

-rii»*r*l t'baMi •# 
C^ratrt, 

a a 

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Mortuar 


EXCLUSIVE 
"ABBEY PARK" 
CHOICE 

SEA VIEW SITES 


We are pleased to announce that 
in our first year of business at 
2188 Oak Bay Ave. our sales have 
been over 


Don Whyte 


-lack Meert 


DRYLAND FIR BLOCKS and SLABS 

IMNCH LENGTH 

Guaranteed AU (Tr and Clean 

2'/> CORDS.. $M.95 5 CORDS. .S23.50 


CORDOVA BAY 


P Only IS available ■ 

i all SY SAINSBt KY nr 
GEORGE CHAN. EV 54741 


Ck*a 


SPLIT WOOD 

ALL FIR 


Worth of Oak Bay and District Homes. 
We wish to thank the people of Oak Bay 
for their confidence In us and our buslne»t 
methods. 


Bun and Slary 
Fraacr, praxiout 
owner* of Half 
Way Lunck and 
Troplcana Cafe, 


5 CORDS. .$23.50 


2Vi CORDS. .SI 1.95 


Mrs. C Shingle ton, district 
deputy of Pnmroae Lodge No. 
32. Daughter* of England w-iU 
open the Lodge'a baxaar on 
Thursday, Nov. 6 in the Orange 
Hail at 2 p.m. 

Then' will be colorful flails 
of cooking, ncediowork. aprona 
and mtscellaneoua artiriea. The 
regular bustneas will follow at 


BIT NOW AND SA\T5 


YOUR OAK BAY REAL ESTATE SALESMEN 


Will refund money If not am advertised 


Ban rr***r ^ Mar? fraw 

Wish to announce to mir manv friends that we have been 
aerving In Ihe Real Estate field lor the past year. If we 
can he of serx'lc# to you In buying or .wfllng^your home 
or business, please phone u* anytime at EV S-6741 or 
EV 5-4335. Looking forward to ser\'ing you again We 
remain. 

Yours truly. BtrZZ and MARY i-HASER 


rhofM 
Night 
EV S-A-W 


Phone 

Day 

EV 4-5534 


Maynard’s Wednesday Auction 

MORNING AFTERNOON EVENING 


Dirk Reynold* 


Bryan Leverton 


Bob Sttlea 


Bill CurUa 


"FOR FACILAND ALL" 

For Mother, a wonvan'a home; for Dad, a 
man'a baaement; for the chttdr^n, a sgfe 
play area complete with a "house" of 
their owm: fur all, a home the>- will really 
enjoy. Sltuatad in high Quadra, cioat tq 
bus and achoola. $3,500 down and $90 a 
month. 

JIM GOI,BT. CV 44086 


On Inatrurttona from clients leaving the city and to close several amatl estates, we wiU 
sell In our Kaliwrooma, 7SS Johnson Htreet, 

1955 HUMBER SEDAN 1952 CHEV STATION VAN 

One owner. Low mileage A 1 motor. 9 passenger 

To cloae an ealate Radio, heater 

WED., 7.30 p.m.— MODERN FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES 

Such as: 1958 16 eo. ft Deep Freese Ghaat, choice 24" Electric Flangea. 17" and 21’’ TV 
Seta, as new Chrome Suitea, two bloqd flnlah Twin Rnlroom Hnitea, 9-piece, axpenalve 
Walnut Dining Boom Suita, 2-pieca modern Cheaterfield Suite, Floor arid Table Lampa, 
China. Glaaa, Radio Comblnationa. iox-ely Wine 6x15 Tempkton f'arpet. 

WT.D., lJU) p.m. --Older I'sed Furniture and AnpUanreM isiich aa): Two as new Oil 
Ranges. Space Heaters, pair of Maple flniahed ntngie Be<ii«. Office Dexlu. golf rluba, 24" 
E1e<‘ti1c Ranges, metaJ Filing Cabinet, Baby Crib. ramera.s. Lamps. Sectional Bookcaae, 
Children’s New nothing, and Mboea, IJnen. $ modern Glase Show-cajkea (6’). 

WED., 10 a.m^APACITY BASEMENT SALE 

Wood, Coal knd Oil Heatera. Rangea, Oil Tank arvl Stand. Birj’clea, Washers. Sinks, 
Red. lot of Single arxl I>ouble Mattreaaes. Tables. Chairs. China, (^lasa. Kitchen I'tenail*. 
Clothing. LJnen, Garden Tools. ChcKt of Drawers, I.ampx, Rugs. Plants and Vegetables. 

AI.L SAI»i ON VIKM TTESDAY AU. DAY 

MAYNARD & SONS, Auctioneers and Appraisers 

EV 4 3KI 7S3 JOHNAON STKKKT EV 41821 


VOLR OAK BAY 
INS! RANGE SERVICE 


Does your insurance cover today's ^ 
needs? We offer a complete service 
at your doorstep. IK^ 

Mm. VI MaxweU 
Recepdonikt 

Reaidfnta of 

[>Ak Ray, Cadhoro Ray, Oondon Head. Ten Mile Point, buying or selling 
Telephone EV 5-7787 — 24-Hmir Rervlre 


Jack Robert* 
InHurance Mgr. 


I nead your Hating* for my rtlenti. wdw 
r>ow require 2 or 3-bedroom homes. 


MEARS & WHYTE OAK BAY REALTY LTD 


Contact DORM ADAM.’^, GR 8 8264 


<IM OAK RAY AVENI'F, 










Sa\^gs for Women ind Children 


Ev^ Dollar 


$ Day Values for Men and Boys 


32 Bnt(u (Tnlnniuf Victom. B.C., Sm., N«t. 2. 19S8 


44 sHomxi nws 

•Til. (HKISTMAS 


STOKK noi ns MONDAV TIIKOK.H SATl KDAV 9 a.m. lo 5.30 p.m. Shop Frklaj 9 till 9 • Dial K\ 5-lSU 


• Brrauft^ of liniMrd quantities TUKSONAL >1 
SHOPPING ONLY • 


• No phone, mail or C.O.D. orHrrs, plea.se 

• SHOP LARLV for host ^olrcUao. qiinntitiec 
are limited 


• Our IMILLAK DAI'S are deaifnied lo f;:uaran- 
tee YOU sulHdantial savinKs on timely wanted 
merehandise 


• Values for yourself, your home and the entire 
familv! 


50-(t. Plastic Clothes Line 

You fef double prot«-Mr.ri wnh plasii- 

•'lean and will not istain or <oil rlotlu- I 
Vellcm. SiMslal. .VI fl 1 

Tin Roasters 

ill hold u|i ic> l.S lb fowl - 'proximiio‘ 
mze I.V'xlO' i(M". im-ludioi; lid. $ 

Keaiure* drop-Alyle han.i1: s on h.: . I 

and ild. S|M>«'ia| X 


Dollar Day Records 

p ' i'lymniith*, 

<li4j*j»u-al. 


Nylon Gloves 

Four allrarfKie ki\^« to choose from . . . 
u.tshabltf nylon in sh.i.lr . n| white, 

pink, blaci be*^. .hamol-. and brow n f 
All firft quality, fmr-‘'ri-v. n fm -Irtviijic I 
wear. Siieolal. pair X 


brassieres 

A group of roiton bandeau t' - 
•ximf*jf i.ibir fitting. KNcellent 4' 
oiilift sue* .32 lo 38 ^ 

the group .snecUl M 


54-Inch Imported Woollens 

Regular 2 98 yard, these aort, creaM reslat* 

ant w'Mjllens come in asMoried ptaul 

and *’herk p«ltein.«. Winter-warm ^ 

■ ob>i > .SfHM'lal. yard 

HI lisoNX BSy COMPAVY. 
dre«t>. (ouds, faahlon fbtor, 2nd s 


Girdles 

I’he iKjpul.ir ■ •■•rmforiahle limne 


Wool Slipper Socks 

Perfect for Chti^imas gifi>. Read ’ id wool 
fajiC‘ ‘ .-..ug 


waim for wintei exemn-re Assorted cotnis 

with fine leotheretT,- 

Sizeft small, medium and laigc I 

.Spei-lal, pair X 


to launiter qui.t lo di>. S -d 

iituall mt'diiim and large I 

''•tHTlal X 

HI IIMI.VS n\\ MIHP.WV. 

rotindaltnn^, 2nd 


I up^ arifl .•-auct-ir with a sold »tamii design 
O', the outside Inside color* 4^ $ 

pink, irre«-n and blue -C I 

. S|>erial J for X 

Royal Albert Bone China 

T\ ' l^a paMern . . - iji«* ^pd imurer*. Sl 
cream soup and stands Ii2 large sue «ugai 

4ihJ .Te.ifn |i;i [fc.li 

III DSONS B.yv tUMPAN^. 

Hfltuiwnre. 3rd HtMir 

Cotton Absorbent Face Cloths 

.'^•n coiion ferry rloih. 12x12 sl/e. colorfast 
«n<l abHorhem. A.^sorted 
icilof’* Save on this ^ I 

low price for X 

Flannelette Sheeting 

Warm and long-wearing make vuur own 
and save' 60 or 70 ' wide. It comes • -< 
tn iTeam or colored. Limit f> yard* to I 
■i .'ustomei . S|Hs*iai, yard X 

Thick Looped Cotton Terry Bath 
Towels 

Qtiick drying and absorbent, decorative and 
colorfast. the.<»> thick looped, soft cotton 
towels Mic a real saving. 4^ g-f 

'20x10 si/f.. / I 

Assorted Jacquards ^ for X 

Pure Irish Linen Tea Tow^s 

Lint free linen . . clone weave and quick 

drying. 20 «u 30 " size. White A f -g 

with colored stripes J I 

Special X for X 

HI IksON>i B%Y lOMPANY. 

alaplea. .Ird floor 

Coco Door Mats 

Heavy brush pile coco mats . . . keep the 
mud on the oulside, put one at each 9 ^ 
door Size 13 ”x 22 ". I 

S|»erlal X 

Ten Linoleum Tiles 

Dring your mea.suremenis and ronxiver .vour 
ll»ior at thus low price. Jasfte in brown tones, 
TinrhlMzed In green. -d g -d 

grey and beige . Ill tiles I 


rinkinK Nhears 

Regular rtock shears at a reduced price to 
bring you a saving any sewer would appre* 
ciatef 9 ' pmkers of highest quality. 94"^ 
Regular 29 .^ f 

Dollar Day 

HI nsON'S BA\ ( OMPANY. notions, main 


rair n dpare rack iiylons 

Three stockings m cello pack ... the extra 
stocking fives vou wear of two p.iirs! Lace 
topped da.Mime sheeij^ in flattering g 
beige shades. 


Idea] cream for c]i>.insini 
keep* tr smooth an<l fresh 
Rim now ;;:.i - j\r' 

Spc«*lBl. 11 -ounre boMie 


Size-. R’-. to It. I 

S|krrlHl X 
lU DXIV'^ BA\ tOMI»AN 3 , 
fflnveifc and hovier.v. main 


Women's Ankle Socks 

Cotton and nylon blond roll cuff aodcs In 
a stretch size that fits any foot. First 
quality, white socks are 4Y 
easy to launder. -v pairs / 

.special ♦X for ^ 
HI DSON'S BAY CO.MF.A.VI . hosiery, main 


>o useful In the kitchen . . . makt. a pr... 
iic.sl shower gift. .Made Imm sluminuni 
with gleaming copiter finish Spi mciudc- 
1 <’up si/e S cup, '-1 -up and - .p g -d 
and a .•m*i of mrasuiing sitoon* I 

S|HH-lal X 

IHDSOVvKA^ <OMrAN\. 
. htmsrware^ lower main 

Witzeliana Tall Column Shrub 

An l•xeolh•nt opfmrtunltv to purchase one of 
the*io much^esired landscaf>e shrub* g -d 
god size Hold* cf«<| .dl I 

speiti X 

Sprinjf Bulb Collection 

A collection of bulbs for everv i'rtrden to 
give a v.iMHfv of flowers at a low g *d 
price 12 tulips 12 daff.s, 12 ennu* I 

."stw lal X 

Kinir Alfred Daffodils 

Strong mature bulbs «o a mavsivc display 
of large r(fr,v.-»r« i« ,,,1 fhaui 

flowers for everv bulb , will multiply and 
give an ever inrrr.-'ing display of g -d 
thr^t favorites. I 

*<iHsial. .VI hiillM 1 
Hl UMlVk BAY <<»MrA\V. 
garden shop, hiwcr main 

Stainless Steel Flatware 

Four-piece setting Including knife, fork tea- 
spoon and choice of either dcvsert or 'iiup 
spoon at a low Dt-iar Dav price g -d 
First quality, Canadian made I 

Spri'iai X 

Silver-Plated Flatware 

A sole of discontinued patterns, and a wide 
scleciion of pieces . . . not ill patterns m ail 
pieces Ideal for extra cut- 4^ • X 

lery. for evervdav use -< I 

Special iX for X 
HI DSO.Vh BAY ( OMPANV. 

jewellery, main 

Crown Table Lighter 

All chrome, table lighter in attractive design 
. . . keeps Its gleaming finish Gift g -i 
boxed, ideal for that extra gift I 

.Special X 

China Ash Tray Set 

Cigareite box and two ash travs. 
from quality china In attractive 
designs . . . ideal for gifting 

S|»e| iai 

Hl'D.SO.VS BA> ( lIMPANV. 

tohaccoa, main 

Envelopes 

White wove and blue lined, business size in 
a hefty box lor clean storage. 4'X g -d 
Box of 100 Regularlv 8fi<- / I 

box. Ibdiar Day M for x 

World of Letters 

Boxed .stationery by Moniag. Colors prim- 
rose, pink, blue and white, 100 sheets, g-f 
50 envelopes. Regular 1..50 I 

Ihiilar Dav special X 

Nature Stationery 

Includes scented, floral and nahire srenr-c. 
Attractively boxed. 4'\ g-d 

Regular 75c. / 1 

Now mm for 1 

Telephone List Finders 

Sturdily constructed Indexed “pop-open" list 
finder. Saves time, temper and trouble 
when you need a phone number in a g X 
hurry. Regularlv 2.50 I 

• ^ now Dollar Day X 


Mary Chess Toilet Water 

Riiy nr»w lor Thrivimiis cift-'* <>r ^-forking 
fillers , |ammf*r name toilet water in 
■'pnngMme fiagranir* of -White g -d 

I. liar’ or *ophiNiic.iifMi "Tji'M'sfrv I 

SfwH'lal X 

HI DsONN BAY lOMPAN^. 

cosmetics, main 


Wool Fringe Stoles 

I.argp size attractivclv paili>m>''t uno] tlolct. 
aie Ideal for winter wear . mako g -d 
lovely gift’ Hand washable, -t/.r I 

approx. 16x20 spr«-iai price X 

Short-Sleeve Blouses 

Choose from this loveiv se|i*eiion of sivl.-.': 
and colors . . pleats, pockets, hlouson* .*nd 
iwo^way roiiar*' Well jiewn for long g -g 
wear. White, red. maize and him- I 

Sizes 32 to 3H. Special price X 


Corduroy Slim Jims. reg. 2.^9 

Slender tapers cume In black only, are trim- 
med with white buttons and notched at 94X 
the calf Adjustable waisi. Wash- / ^ 
able. Sizes 12 to 18. Spts’lal. pair ai^ 
lirDSD.VS BAY COMPANY, 
aportawear. fashion floor, 2nd 

14xl4-Inch Toss Cushions g 

Covered with cordurov or other fabrics, 
Ihet-e wool-filled cushions add a bright touch 
to chairs and clieaterfieidK. 

Assorted colors. f 

.special, each aid 
HI DAOK-S BAY rOMPA.VY. draiierlea. 4th 

Men's Cotton Broadcloth Shirts 

Sanforized, crisp, always fresh, top qualirv 
shirts with short point fused collar. 94% 
Sizes 13 to 17. White. / 

Special zid 
MLDSON’fi BAY f O.MPANY. 
men's furntahlnga. main 

Boys' Dress Slacks 

Clearance of all w ool blends and synthetics 
in greys, blues, browns. Slacks ai^ stvlefi ^ 
with 2 hack pockets, pleated front, full SO 
cuff and upper closing. Slz^ 6 to 16. -A 
SfHH-lal. pair vX 
HI DSON*S BAY COMPANY, 
boys’ wear, main 

Men's Wool-Mix Shirts 

Warm and comfortable blend of wool and 
cotton In green and wnne. brown gnd green. I 
grey and red. Styled with 2-wav collar, 
wrisr-hugglng cuffs, shirta come In 9 4Y 
neat patterns, sizes small, medium. < ' 
Sperlal. raeh tX 
HrDS0N*S BAY t'OMPANY. 
men's fumishinra. main 

Imported Meridian. Nightgowns 

Krom Britain come these beautifully soft 
gowns of first quality Kgypiian Interlock 
('otlon that pamper a sensitive skin. Straight 
rut. embroidery trim. V-neck and long 94% ’ 
sleeves Pink or blue. Medium siza -v 
only. Regular 4R8 .Special. ea«-h tJ 
HI DSON’S BAY < OMPANY. 
lingerie, fashion floor, 2nd 

Men's Suntan Pants 

or wash and wear Coneset cotton, thexn 
hard-wearing pani.x are prexhrunk for last- 
Ing fit. stvied with plain front, belt loof»\ 


Half Slips and Flannelette Gowns 

Flannrletu gowns with V neck, pipe trim 
in pink and blue Perfwt for fall and win- 
ter wear. .‘<l:5ex metlium and large onlv* 
Cotton half slip* with elastic waist, g-d 
«nd flounce tnm at hem. Si/r* ‘mail. I 
and mefllum Special X 


4UxjU-lnch rure oilk squares 

Dre.xs up a awe.'iier. coat or auit with one 
of these richly colored, puie *ilk besurret,. 
finished with a hand tolled 4% g -g 
edge . . , large st/e -c I 

Sfierlal CX for X 
III DSON'S BAY rOMPANA. 
(Ire^m ane*«ories. main 


Sus-Pants 

Rayon trlcoCknit ideal’tor casual 
wear- the pantle with detachable 
Zarters. Sizes S M L. Reg 198 


45-Inch Sculptured Nylons 
and Pongee Prints 

Here U your oppoiiunitv to sew a beautiful 
dres* and save dollars* A fine **>|e*-iinn i»f 
first-quality fabrics in as.sorted prints 9 -d 
and colors. Washable, cniot f.iKi won’t I 
shrink. Siieclai. yard X 

36-Inch Cotton Prints 

These are good qualitv cotton prints for 
colorful aprons, curtain.s. bazaar or Chrlai- 
nws !»ewing. A fine selection of colors 
and novelty, floral and 
abstract designs. 

Special 


Cotton Aprons 

Tea apron* In gav prints and vanefv of 
tnm-s for afternoon wear 4% g -a 
Regular 79c •< I 

Special <X for x 

Cobbler aprons, proieciivr ?nd g 

tMm«iive for around the home I 

Special X 


siandard'd" M|uYre. X\z fnr X 

Hi nsON’S BAY COMPANY, 
flo»»r covertngs, 4th fktor 

Assorted Remnants 

Dra|*ery remnants 4«*' wide In assorted 
colon. 5%ew and save . . . cover g -9 
cushions or make short dra^iex. I 

Only, yard X 
HrDSON*R BAY COMPA.NY. 

draperies. 4lh fkmr 

Malt Extract with Cod Liver Oil 

Delicious tasting, contains only the pure*l 
Ingtertlenis Made In England, g 

children love it I 

2-lb. Jar onlv X 
HI DSON'S BAY COMPANY. 
houHchold needs, main 

Purex Toilet Tissue 

Pure, extra »oft. absorbent tissue A British 
Columbia product. 700 sheets g\ g -g 
to a toll XI I 

Special rolls X 

Playt«x Ruhher Gloves 

Non-slip surface, extra long cuffs and 
smooth fabric lining . . . Idea) for g-« 
wearing while gardening, hoiiv*' I 

work, etc. 

A.S.A. Tablets 

For quick relief from headaches and neu- 
lalgla. 5-graln strength. g -g 

Bottle of .500. I 

Sperlal X 

Hot-Water Bottles 

Imported from England, these quality hot- 
water bottles of smooth rubber come g-j| 

In colors of red, blue or green. I 

Guaranteed. Special X 

Peter Lunt's Toilet Soap 

Hard milled soap that gives lots and lota of 
lather and lots of use Imported from 
England, comes In 6 dif I O 
ferent fragrtini'e.s I ^ I 

Special X md rahea X 

HI DSON’S BAY COMPANY. 

coametlea. main 

Kraft Caramels 

Delicious Kraft caramels for a tasty treat 
at any time . . . makes delicious toffee 
apples Vanilla flavor. Individ- 4% g 
uallv Wrapped, to retain fresh ^ I 

ness and flavor. Special ^ lha. X 


Nylon Acetal'S Slips 

straight cut with adjustable strap.*, attrac- 
tive lace trim at bodice, neckline and g -d 
hem. Sizes 34 to 44. Subs, but will I 
giv*e lota of wear. Reg. 1.98. Special X 


yards X 

36-lnch Blue Denim 

The perfect fabric for sewing children’s 
clothe*, or work clothes . . . Sanforized for 
complete washahillty*. color- 4% 
fast and exceptionally hard- ^ I 

wearing 


Rayon Briefs 

Assorted style* with elastic w-alst and choice 
of either elasiic 01 hand leg. Manv^rti ac- 
tive colors in .sizes small. 4% g 
medium and large. 

Reg. 49i 


Made 


Kperial 4uly&rdb X 
HI’DSO.VS BAY (OMPAN5. 

dress giKMls. 2nd 


N|w*<-ial m for 9 
m'DMJN'K BAY r OMPANY. lingerie. 2nd 


Ankle-Length Socks 

A large aiwortment of smart bright and 
coniservative patterns. Long-wearing blend 
of wool and nylon . . . wool for com- g -4 
fort, nylon for longer wear. I 

Sizes 10 Vi to 12. -Speelai X 


A flve piece saw nest of spring tempered 
razorsteel with hardwood handles Handv 
In work room, hobby shop, garage. Con- 
tain* 18" SAW, hacksaw, keyhole 9 

saw. pruning saw and I 

mitre mw. Special X 


Special 


zipper dosing. .10 to 40 waist. 29 to 94% 
33 leg lengths Colors, beige and -c 

silver grey. Spe<ial. pair fX 

HI DSON’S BAY l O.HPANV. 

nten’s clothing, inatn 

Children g Wrist Watches 

Swlaa made, these watches include a 'ki^lay 
guarantee, leather strap, jewelled g fir 
movement, aecond hands. 

.Special, emrh Xr 
HI DSON’S BAY COMPANY, watehea. main 

Women's Ban-Lon Cardigans 

Smooth, classic styled Ban-Lon cardigans 
feature ribbed neck, waist and cuff. Some 
fud-fashloned sweaters In the group that 
Includes these colors: blue, gold, navy, 
white, cinnamon. .Slight flaws dasa g 
as subs. Broken sizes 16-40. ^ 

Spiral. f«rh XX 
Short-Sleeve Pullovers, g^ 

Speetal. -< 
each X^ 

HLDHON'S BAY COMPANV. 
aportswenr. fashion floor. 2nd 

Men’s Dress Sho<s 

Clearance of discontinued styles that Include 
hue bluchers, moewsain vamps, sllpon gorea. 
loafers Leather uppers, leather and g/g 
Neoitte soles Broken *ize range 
Black or brown. 8pe<-lai. pair \W 

HliDSON’8 BAY (XIMPANV. ahoea. 

main 

Reg. 10.95 Boys' Car Coats 

Pwlln car roata feature a quilted lining for 
cold weather warmth, mme In charcoal na\ v 
heige or red. Warm, comfoiiahle. ' gX’ 
Button front. Size* A 16 XA 

Hpeelal. each 

HI DKON-a BAT t'OJMFANY. 

boys* wear^ imUii 


Ties 

Big Dollar Dav savings lo you on the.*ve 
cotton viscose blend tie* . . a*sonrd bright 
and conservative patterns m smart g -d 
colors to match your favorite suits I 
and jackets. Wool lined. SperUI 1 
Hl IISON*S BAY f OMPANV. 
men’s furnishings, main 


Hand Saw 

20" blade of high qualitv spring steel, per 
fectly hardened and remnered. Strong g 
wooden handle held In placr bv I 

3 bolts. .spedal X 


Boys' Briefs and Vests 

Alwavt popular and useful Dollar Dav Items 
. ^ . good quality cotton briefs with lone- 


16-oz. Hammer 

Drop forged steel with fine pollshcff head 
and smoothly lacquered handle Al- 9-f 
most .a nocessiiy in anv home woik I 

*hop. Special I 

III DSON'S BAY f OMPANY. 
hardware, lower main 


tvesrlng elastic waist and leg. ^ g ^ 
VesI* are well sized, won’t -C I 

come (Wl. Kpe<ial X for X 

HlT)HON*S BAY rOMPANV. 

boys’ wear, main 


3 or 4-Ply All-Purpose Wool 

90', wool, lO'V nylon reinforcement for 

longet wear. Shrink resistant, colorfast 
yam- -It la not a blended yarn' 20 shades 
and colors. 4~% g -g 

Regular 47c ounce < I 

Now »X for X 

Part Box Lois 

Your opportunity to pick up knitting yarn 
at teal savlngK Wool values fse | -a 

Ij om 34r to 62e bnlh. I 

Dollar Dav 9 9 for 1 


Dollar Day Food Specials 

Dgllvle's Cake Mixes- Your A gl 

choice of ai\v four. Special tt for I 

Maple Lea! Toilet 1 g| 

Soap. Special i O for 1 

A'ax Wrap Rolls. Q g| 

IT’xlOO ft Special *> for I 

Marshmallows. Q gs 

l-Ib. bags. Sperlsi *J fo^ 1 

Lushns .Telly 10*1 

Powder* SpeHsI I 4e for 1 

Hostess Mix Carudtan o g-i 

Bl*cuit*. llSoz. S|>ei-laf *> for I 

HI IisaN-S BAY t flMPANV. 
food market. Imver main 


del colors Less than 
prj^e. Regular 39<\ 


fkiilar flay V ’ for -1 

Wa.sher Covers 

Heavy vinyl plastic rovers for round wa*her*. 
Cover* are milky white and very 9 *1 
silghUy soiled. Sells regular U for I 
I Sk D(»iiar Dav t 

RIDRON’B BAY 4X)MPANY. notloiw, main 


Crimpaet for greater resiliency . . . stretch- 
rvAiatant, shrlnkproof. niothpVnof and eolor- 
fast. g -I 

Regular value S5c ounce •< I 

Dollar Day -X fnr X 
Hl tHKIN’S BAY 4 OMPANY. 
' w oola. main