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Colonist earner boys will j>p* 
#raie ths annual Chrtsimat 
toy auction at Maynard St 
Fons Auction r<xans on Dee. 
20 slartme at 7.30 p.m. and 
all proi’ccds wtll be furni*d 
over to ihe 500 (.•hn.simas 
Fund to provide scaM*nal i«y 
to Greaier Victoria's 500 m<»sl 
needy family groups. 


oy Auction Will Boost AGO Fund 


Sevpniw-n vcarold Art Rob- 
erts Jr., sun of the head of the 
aui-tiomsuing firm, will he 
chief auHlorieer and last night 
he ap|M»aled to Viclona I'MU 
/Hii.s to rummaRe Ihrough 
their toy hnxe*. and Rive R«'n 
eiuusl> to help others to en- 
.} 0 \ i'hristmas 
New and used lovs of all 


deacriptinns are urgently 
needed he said. 

Particularly welcome will be 

dolls. 

Theie are two ways of do* 
nating toys. The fust is to 
send them along in Maynards 
auction rooms nmiked clearly 
as an '‘nutrieht dtinalifm" to 
Ihe 5<X) Christmas Fund.” 


The other is to send ihesn 
along to the auction rooms 
marked “rommisamn to *Vmi 
C hristmas Fund " These toys 
will be auctioned and the f)cr* 
sons who send them In will t»e 
paid what they are aiiciioned 
for. less Ihe ctimmissinn which 
will In* given by Maynards to 
the 500 Christmas Fund. 


It is Important that ill toys 
be clearly marked "500 Christ- 
mas Fund." Otherwise they 
will be sold at regular auction 
sales and the fund will nut 
l*ene(it. 

Young auetlonper Roberts 
laal night ap[>eaied for toys 
to he simi immediately. 

"Please don't leave It to the 
last minute." he said. 


He a-nd Colonist carrier 
bo>s will run Ihe show. Old- 
siers of Ihe Maynard (irm 
will sit In Ihe background and 
Waich. 

Tovswlll go at bargain 
prices and that will help 
manv needy Viciuna families. 

And all the prcHeeds will go 
to help ihose who can't affoiri 
to buy any Chrl.Hlmas exHas. 


Dona-lions to the fund now 
stand St only $356. 

They are deductible from in* 
('ome tax and should be mailed 
to the 500 Christmas Fund, 
The Dally Colonist. 2631 Doug* 
la.s. or taken to the Colonist 
office ai thai address nr ihe 
downtown office at 1315 Broad 
Street. 


fi.C/s^Cenfury 
of Progress 




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Gel Out of City 
Soviet Tetts West 


Tough 

Policy 


|yo\ ernor nlmks nack I ears 

Blinking Itack tears of emotion, (leorgia's lioveinor 
Marvin (iriffin, left, refused offer of "somemr’' 
broken aspirin bottle used by trapped min«*rs in 
the Springhill. N.S., mine disaster lo rnlion waler 
during their ordeal. KIdred Uiwlher is among 
Nova St'otia miners holidaying on luxurious .lekyll 
Island In (Jeorgia on the governors invilalion. 
Most of the 14 miniTs and Iheir wives may take 
advantage of offer of johs on the island. There is 
no work for them in Spnnghill .since the mine 
closure. 


BERLIN I AP) — Wpslern military and dip- 
lomatic officials conferred urgently Saturday 
on the Berlin crisis. West Germany urged the 
Big Three to stand firm against recognizing 
Red East Germany even at the risk of a new 
Berlin blockade. 

.. , , .. . The JSnvicis »nd the East 

rhf Kremlin kept Ihe Wesl ^ - 

Germans were fully aware o( 

.■uesving nn when m expert a the we.siern Intention to re* 

nnie on .Sirviei inienltona, Ka.Ht main m West Berlin and 

>rman> maintained the war maintain Us lifelines to he 

f w#- ... isolated rlty. 110 miles behind 

if nerves, referring to gang- , .. . 

s s ^ urtain. 

.ters' in WpsI Berlin and de- . « . . ^ 

west Berliners. long used 
nanding the \ S , British and if, pastern threats, wen! plac* 
'rench gariismis gel out of idly about their work. Cafes 
he isolated city '**‘re crowded. All residents 

WVMCmwnv look, .irons Olo^kad. 

I.no opp„.i„f. . p|.„ M,d 10 

». undor .ludv hv Ilw. Ihr~. "«y®r Willy 


VN'eslerti Allies showed e\i- 
deuce of disagreement Satur- 
day ove^jijsi liow tough to gel 
ir< counieting an> I'ommuni.sl 
mo\e aimed at .squt'ezmg them 
out of Berlin. 

Informed offi<*iaU said the 
I'S would tie in no huir>' to 
break down ('ommuntst bar* 
Mi'adeN with lank.s. although 
the pos.xihie use of forcible 
measures has not been ex- 

cluded. They said ain h meas- 
uies almost certainly would 
not be needed m the first 

stages of any itIala. 

nrNCAN— A vnncmhlp mkws divkki.k 
QiiHmichan Indinn. nimost This rs. attitude differed 
UK) years old. \uts struck sharply from that of lierman 
down and left dying beside offn-iais aa leported in news 
the highway bv a hit-and- ^ 

run dnver here last night. 

^ ^ ^ ^ . . ■ West Otman capttaL These 

Pronounced dead a few mm- ^ 

utes after he was found hy the tep<»rts pictured Ihe govein- 
sirle of the road wa.>s David meni of Chan«ellor Konrad 
Tom. of the Quamichan Re- y^(jf.nauer as urging the United 
on the oul.klrl. ot 

Duncan. .. ^ . 

Formany>rar<abandcoun- ‘he Wesi Berlin o.Tupalton 

sellor and organl/er of the powers -to adopt a tough po- 
berry picking crews that |„.y and to ram tanks through 

trekked annually barricades If neces.sary. 

ton. he was reported to be ft? 

or fW years old. CONTACT WITH RKIfS 

The aged Indian died in the Disagreement wa.v also Indi 
amhulam-e en route lo King’s ,-^,^1 over whether the West 
Daughters' llo.spiial. police orn Big ITm-e should have any 
said. I'lmtact with East Orman of- 

Police ihroughmil Vancouver fh*ials whom the Soviets may 
Tsland were alerted lo watch nut In charge of control oolnis 


Almost too Years Old 


Bruin 

Gets 

Jolt 


Polar bears had nothing on IJ -Cmrir, 
Ross Dickinson and his team of nine 
RCN frogmen during five-month ser- 
viep in the far north with resupply 


and construction of riefem*e in.sfalla- 
tions, ley swim is in eastern Arctic 
wafers. 


COtRTEN'AV trp)— I nn 
Forsman. a logger for 32 
years, was sawing down a 
hollow cedar on Brown's 
Ri\er. 1$ miles west of here. 
Friday. 

Hiickor Alliert HoUt ga^e 
a shntiC aa the tree started 
its fall and Forsrnan looked 
tip to aee the head of a hear 
enterglng from a hole. .>9 
feet up the trunk. 

The animal climbed out 
after the tree had crashed 
down and limped off into 
the woods to flrMl a quieter 
plai-e for hibernation. 

.After a while Fnrsman 
arut Holst tame hack and 
atarted work again. 


Vice-President 
Due in Britain 


SYDNEY. AustraliE iAP» - 
AusIrslU's con.servalive coali- 
tion government of Prime 
Mini.ster Robert (J. Menr-ies 
won re-election .Saturday over 
t..ahoriles spill on Ihe issue of 
commuru-sm, 

With two thirds of Ihe voles 
counted, the Liberal-Country 
parly coalition .seemed assured 
of retaining at least Its old 
voting majority of 28 in the 
134-seal House. 

There was a strong possi- 
bility the free^nierprise bloc 
led by the 6.Vyear-old prime 
minKster might pick up two 
seals and gam a clear majority 
in the Senate, which has been 
deadlocked 30-30. 


tym UJNDON lUPD The com- 

^ muni.st party yesterday called 

jfe' for South American style dem 

nnstrations against Vice-Pies 
idrnt Richard .M. Nixon and a 
march on the 1-.S. emha.ssy 
when he arrives Tuesday from 
L f Washington on a goodwill visit. 
Jl * The party new.sp.t(>er. The 
M Dally Worker, said ihe attacks 

, ^ Nixon m .South America 

j~^H| > last .spring when he was spat 

f ^ upon. tMMied and reviled, were 

_ "good example" for British 
I "patnota" to follow. 

‘I , ^ urged all ieftiats to Join 

4 jA — y the Communist* In "Nixon, go 
home" demonstrations Wfhen 
VICE-PRESIDENT NIXON he arrives with hi* wife. Pat 

ricia. on a four-day visit to 
dedicate a chapel to American 
servicemen in St. Paul's Cathe 
riral. 

Scotland Yard was reported 
orgam/mg police to prevent 
any attempts by hostile crowd* 
to gel close to Nixon or to 
the l?.S. mibassy. Extreme 
nghtwing organir^itions also 
were reported planning pro- 
test demonstrations against the 
American vice-president. 

The Worker, calling for anli-j 
Nixon rallies, said: I 

"In Itfuguay earlier this 
year he was boi>ed at. In Peru 
he was spat on. in Colombia he 
was booed, in Venexuela he 
was stoned and attacked with 
stJcka." 

Theiie, it added, were "excel-' 
lent examples." for Ihe British 
opponents of the ‘'American 
drive to war." 

Ntxon'a schedule was packed 
with trips and receptions. He 
will meet olftciais. din* W’lth 
the Queen on Thankiglving 
Day, visit Oxford and attend 
other ceremonies. 


Sudan ^in.s 
Recognition 


Reds Muster Workers 
To Fisjhl Rowdyism 


CHICAGO (Apt Santa 
f'laus met an uncompromising 
force Saturday upon his ar- 
rival on Stale Street— gravity. 

Santa's ri*d pants alippAt 
down his legs and folded in a 
heap at his feet as he rode a 
parade float. It was .some 
lime before he noticed it. 

'That was because I had an- 
other- pair on underneath." he 
explained. 

Securely gallused. he later 
held court for youngsters. 


Devalued 

Dollar 

Rumored 


MO.SCOW 1 API — Workers' 
tnlUtia are being revived in 
Leningrad to fight drunkards, 
rowdies and other violators of 
public order. Izvestia reported 
Saturday. 


T3ie .Soviet government news- 
paper said trade unions have 
been asked lo help organize 
and train vtdunteer militia 
units and render other prac- 
tical a.xsisian<-e. 


t renrh Elertion 
ConfuMpf Voferti 
(Pbrc 5) 


Solved Another’s Problem 
Couldn’t Solve His Own 


HU TV Dehut 

(John Crosby, Page 31) 

Page 

Comic* . . . , . g| 

MnaneUi Newa 19 

Garden N«4ea ^ 91 

Radio Program* ts 

Soctal 19, 19. 99 

Hport 19, IL 19 


Ho/fniing iMitglin 
At .l/fisir ITorW 
(Page 6) 


BAN FRANCISCO tAPi— 
Capt. Mark D. Muir, an army 
paychiatiist, helped persuade a 
distraught air force .sergeant 
not to Jump off the Golden 
Gate Brtdk i Tuesday night. 


For four harrowing hour*, worth while- that his 
Muir and other psychiatrists lema could be solved 
talked to S/Sgt. William Cody. i Cody climbed back 
.3.1. who was threatening lo I bridge beam. 

Jump, saying T have nothing The body of 31 year-o 
to live for." | Muir was found .Saturd 

Muir told the mrii life was i moleL There was sn 







2 (Tuliinist VietorU, B.C., Sm., Not. 23. 1I5S 


MLA CmUs Power Probe 


DIRECT IMPORT 


(irnuinc l^rathor 


VANrOUVKK «CT> A CVK 
m(‘mbrr of the lei^ixlAUire 
called the io>«l <>ommis5lon 
nrdrrivl hy Piemier Bennett 
lt‘io oj»etrttlitii *if Ihe BC. 
i'uUer C’otnmi<>!tinn an "ai't of 
lannihatlfim " 

Burnaby MI.A tJordon Doud 


Morlimorc 


y/K nrp oflpn told that there i.s h lamentable 
k'V ^hnrtaKe of humonjsls. 

K\cty now and then stime 


en*je«t Those men lived in limes 


li.> lerms of lefetem-e. n liirti 


cleiH-hed te«*ih. commands tain the inner wholeness Add 
wniers in be funn>. setepiiy, the s<*nou« purp<»se 

The neiHj is Kt*nulne. But the »bat a hummist must have, 
command ha.s a paralyzing ef Hiii this t.s the age <tf the 
fen A niuil jesier. infoimed dlvidH mind, the shilling pei- 
tint he has just lhri*e mituites speciive When [leople aie 
to m(«ke the king laugh hefiue pi«<kmg their way thmiigh a 
th'* mastiffs aie turned louse ^wamp In a mist ihe> r‘ oi’i 
ori him. u tikrly t(» spiinf for much like luimtig carl 

Ihe castle wall an.l dive m Ihe They fn)d it haul 

Ahivlihng hells and ,.nough tn feel oiii solid grtiund 

vest, on the wrt> 

lU*mg fuMti) IS probahly a 
diffieiiit Joh ai anv time hui 
i*nw 11 has heivinie sui'h a s,id 
and stHMiuous bU'-iness that 
comparwiivrly few [>ef>ple are 
withng tft he full-time je>tcr< 

They prefer tn driuble as 
miT'.'trels, winc*-.st. 'wards cu 
n-ullions Then if the enui tien 
api" ar to he gmwinc mote 
th.in usually moiose and in 
nerst nf cheering up they ran 
retreat into the kitchen ami 
preleml tr> he ahs*»rhed in 'h*' 
task of actaplng the giease off * 
a pot. 

Some over vMought nail ^ _ 

biting neurone* are sentenced 
to he funny every dav, or nni*e 
a week, on aehedole They de 
serve profound s>tnpaih> 


Coming iNUW^UUA! 

Ihe deep linpael of Mr. Briggs' C 

ehaiges against the piemler." nr. L o t i a H.tscl.manova ON YOUR TV SET? 
•'ll la disappointing to me," exeeutlve director of the I’ni- 

larian .Seivue I'ninmitti'e of • CI«or up "»nowy"*TV 
Cam.d.i will visit Vlcl.MlH and ,*c«ption 
■ ^ # # Vancouver Island this vv’eek 

11 / a a ^ a ^•^•'"biled m arme m Vi. ^ Bring in all »h« chonnals 
^m/ a a a m ■ ’‘dio Tuesday, she will speak • . 

r W a a- M- "d evening meeting of the *” *"'* anorper ond 

Intel nation.*)! Affalis group nf cUor«r than ever b«for« 
t.he N’lcrfnrla Itniveisity ^ 

legged ■ if the slate ran t hiiy Women's f'luh and to an In ^ ^ ^ . 

him a hig l’.S car umlei ilie formal gathering of fnerids ^ 

Sl'Otki limit M't by law. Wednesday evening. ' 


.shah OK'HIAN 
she s iiol jetumiiig 


.U)H.\ .NANt'K HAIINKR 
, « , Vet'p leunion 


Priceil from 


T)i>**r ftiv '■■•A* mt 

win« NOT piMUr- aiUMi* 

|T*)» er«>(n»>i In kMar(»)t r><lAr« A 
Di»it tor ynur tiuni rpom «r «>*n 


ims past v\eeK. me laige na y, ,hK lohlas stone, 

ms of the world, spurted hy 3,,,. rj,aig.-d an 

sanedclualonsofpeisecution. jtaiian team wiih eheiiiing in 
added relentlessH toward mterniiiional m-)tc)i. i«»*- 

*<*h^<*- filnl a Him agTin^t 

Some poliiirat Icadci** ip,. Amen* an I'onUaot Bud:*’ 

arged with a.sxeis wonh 1.,-iigue foi di'f.im.vtion of 

indieds of milhons of dnll.vrs. chai . icier 

ted like «po||e«|, (MMulanl Suit le-ulled from a v-iU* of 
ildivn cenvuie t-ikeo b\ ihe leagoi'S 

A Moisv cM>wd of L'lKiu Iwaid o| i|iiertni*s rhisiniuin 

le some of them carrying followed « coniiov«*i- v ovei a 

lunches thmnged a cemetery match hi*tween an Itahaii .ind 

lo witness the hurlal «*f k an American hndge ti'am lo 

They broke Into Como. Italv, la«i wmiei. Slone 

cheers when anoihei movie was a member of the Amen- 

act nr, a live one came in sight ear» team wlmh lo** ,oul 

* « « charged aftei me m-Oiii that 

1 •.oppose these rvenis were ihe (tahan learn ‘’ oj . cd 
funn> Rut that sort of i-omerlv • * * 

This i* noi the -nri of age would he moie enjojahie if vnu r\'ALr»KTcv lohii Naimp 
that produces Leaiock* could waii*h it from a te*\ seat (iarnpr. fomier vtie pie**i'i'*o 

Twams. Beerhohm* or Pick on another planet under t-'ranklln |{iMp.a*vclt. 

eelebialed his 'THh hiilli'lav 
yesterrl.sv in the cofnpanv i*f 

P I I • I I ----het of Kf>P ■* - -p4e.„ 

r*rBlllOniL: r^llA I III ■l'*'”* M.irf) Truman 


Another IMKRf T 
1/nporl from 

Paris, France 

French Pepper Cirinders 


t tS V K A. Japan 5schnol 
fumcipi' Ki*njl .Matsurnoto. J7 
tiad hiuglit lit pupils pick 
imckeiing, poluc .said, and all 
were Jailed when the teen- 
igciH tui'iied him In his'jiusp he 
lelused to sh iie the lord. 


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The Gem 17 eoritains f-»or 
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for each ear. it desiie«l, or 
for one ear It c*an be fitted 
to >our own eveglass frotd 
,.nd lenses. It is thin, itim 
anrl weighs le*s than two 
ouni-es. 

Vmi t .in now eniov e;»r level 
healing wdh gieaier clarity 
and the benefit of e\lia 
p.iwer when necsled .lust 
call at the offit'e nr at range 
f.ir Mr Tvp to rail on \ou 
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TKHP.AN A toMi co.:.= ,>eHi vis„ 

s|H>ke>ma*i s.nd >es'ie.d.iv the •- h.ive suiip.cd .. . ti-. durmg 
shat, of Iran u no* g-- "g ^ **•'■* ••'•‘I *'-• 

temaiiv rrhtcess »»rMva e\c*\ {•-•'•-•si up 'cmaiil- 

If ho. daughici rxMis a on U\- .i.*cMd.i, 

Tlie shah * successor un.ti-r • • • 

he coostiluilon must he a \U’K K' o - • Trince Kalii- 
duert desi'codant irr -iOit rrinccss ttraip of 

* * • MofiAio tKkiid>>d .t pUne Iasi 

KM.snKKSI.KY <t'V (*t‘K night foi .i oor.i 
Hou<sp l>*,»der Ha/cn Argue New Yo> i. and 
Salurdav renetveo hi- 'ull for tow>- |*hi|>idcl|- 
an emergenev scssi.m, ..f r.ti • • 

liament to discus* I'aiuda ■; yrKllH*' I'oM- 
monnimg' uncmpw»\nip»*i I were holding Marc 
challenge the piime m(ni*tcr |,** tng'u m 
lo face I'aihameni now. he lUf. it,ui-ir» <i( hjs 
*atd ,,M , ... Ktclurd. ,ii 


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KKG. IJ PTON 

of Custom Kmante invites you 
to 'all and discu.s* vour re- 
d'liremenia and learn for votp 
solj (he eas4* and fiiendllness 
which are (mm of the i'li.storn 
KirldlU'e w.i> of serving you. 

Cl STOM UN A.NCK 

"Vicforu, <iMr, Kinii*»e Co." 

Iftl.’ Ihiiixlas Phone RV.VHilk 

<tip«*ii Mond.ic through Tltura 
ik*\ utai a m to .’*»«) p m. 
Ki*uU\. yi*i am in Siki pm. 


h«»nlr 


H*i* infotmanl* heie s.n tht* 

I* unllkrU 

So far a< can he learned M' 
Diefenhakrr hae not indiiji*e.| 
lo anyone here that he wUl h-' 
•smting hai k ahe.idot Achedule 
And he has been in « lose touch 
w Ph c.ihtnel cnilengues im «u« h 
cMtual milter* a* mmintin; 
itnemploymeat and the gen 
eial rail atiike threatened for 
!>' 1 

.\Io«i immediate problem fee 
mg the cabinet at the moment 
1* ahe tail strike i«*ue. which 
<rtme« m a rtead Mondav 
Then. Ihe cabinet haa to de 
cide wtteiher to allow a 17 pet 
cent freight rule increase nr 
lake the chanie of l.')0.t«)0 un- 
ion member* pulling a paralyz 
ing tall strike Dec 1 
tpiessing heie i* that the 
rahmet dcapiie it* hold-the 
line policy on wages and pthe- 
will allow Ihe freight boo*' 
to go through rather than 
have a general strike on il.s 
hands 


OTTAWA 'fP* Piohlems 
are piling up fot the |edet.vl 
g-)vernmepi. 

They cmild reach the pomi 
w «c*e piime Minisler DiriVii 
Kskei might iu#h ba- k from 
the otUer side of the glnlve lo 
giapple w-ilb them il.ircily. 


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Ti'KUNTn — P.ilKV aie 
s«'4MMitig foi lari riillMMlcaii, 
JN w On c*. I'uat'Kly hv np 

pcHimg in nw«gisti<ite V cniitt. 
pleading guilty lo another 
nv" s chaigc. pdvuig Ihe fiiic 
NMd leaving. 


Subsidy 

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^ Admit 
Red 
China ’ 


MEET YOUR 

BRITISH FORD MEN 


HAI.IKAX l.es|er Alhs.m 
i jrnier, .Ih ye.r i-ld Halifax 
’-..-• 1*1 ciie>| In; t»*j)Veiv hv 
Hell! VlarsiMi Miirilgomery 
*.-i V i»ic «iih the .NnrUt 
N.iva Scoii.t II. ghi. in ters .|m- 
. g I'll- Sf< itixi ^\'<iild Wat. 
n.KVKl.AND AP' A died heie Ki ida\ . 
group of national chun h ie-i<l • » * 

ers urged Krulay 'hat step* in* M.ici'l.l.N.NV , fli *shcriff 
taken lowaid admission «t bd \.»rhiirou«h di*. ovci.m! itiat 
Communist t'hlna in the l iii'ed one of in> piisocets wa.* nc" 
.Nation* and reogniiion of Kisl Uig fn.in rouniy jail. Hut a 
t’hlna by the I’nite^i .state- 
The ronclutling w'ssImO "f 
the four flay woiUl </r*ler s«\idv 
conference, sfnirtsored hv Hie 

National l ounol of I'hurches 
spelled out the polh y in a 
"meiuwge lo the chuf ho» ' 

".Such re.'ognii»»n il«»i*s lud 
imply .ipproval ’ ihe ptillcy 
staiement i..ild. 

The Rev Dr Daniel A I*«il 
Ing. editor of the i*hfi.siian 
Herald, .said. I t»elicve that 
this acH<m misrepresent* my 
Proiesianr faith. With every 
Influence that 1 have 1 repud' 
ate It" 

Tlie Rev. r>r Norman Vin 
cent PeaUv puslt»r of Mai hie 
rnllegiaie fhiiVrh, said 'I am 
one minister who i* completelv 
Oppose*! to recognition of f'om 
munist t'hina and to the admi* 

•lion of that ruihie.saty loiali 
larlan government to the tsnin 
fils of nation*." 


VAN<T)rVER 't'Pi The 
provincial government ha* 
hern uig**d to help .sub'idize 
I he « n.si of dentures for t»ld age 
jK n.sioner* and the blind. 

The Dental TechnlcUfs' .*^ 
rieiy of RC. asked Friday that 
the provincial health depart 
Trent provide a subsidy of Jlh 
per denture, tuning the .spedal 
ro*i to penslonem and Ihe 
blind to $15 from S 25 . 


1(H) Day A, $.^73 Fines 


Judge Throws Bool 
Al Traffic Menace 


fiyjs MOIM S Gov. Her- 
M'hel l.ovrless nf Iowa says he 
"might M'ldle up .1 small 
foii'ign cai .tnri ride It *tia<i<l)e- 


rt-EVELAN'D 'AP> Muni once making an improper 
elpal Court Judge Thomax J f‘irn. 

« . c . I don't know why iho*e 

PaiTinn told J. D. f.rant Sal . 

policemen keep picking on 
urday he was "the giraiext the judge. 

tiaffir menace In Ihe city of "Sure. i rrash red light* hut 
Cleveland" I alwaya kwk both wray*" 

Grant. 12. has been arrested After Giant pleaded guilty 
13 time* In the last 11 day* lo a|] the i ffennea, Parnno 
for traffic violation* His of sentenced him lo 100 day* in 
fen<e« Include speeding four the workhouse. a*srssed fines 
limes, twice passing red ltgh1^. totaling $575. plus court costs 
driving nn the wrong side of nf $70. and took *way hia 
the street three time*, and driver* licence for one year. 


Rail Subsi<l\ 
Fairest M nv 


A fcfliMal subsidy In I'ana 
duin railways would he more 
equiliihle than the 17 per cent 
freight rale Increase .sought. 
Viclmia huMnes* m-in. Fred W. 
Howes, said last night. 

Tlie cost of the subsidy would 
he spre.id evenly *11 over the 
eountiy, teganlles* of how f.vr 
fieight IS move<l. he s.'iid. With 
the "unfaii" variation in 
freight rates between B.('. ami 
Western (’atwida as against 
those for Ontario and Queliee. 
a percentage increase ■‘•er 
existing rales means that more 
than 70 per cent of the Increase 
will he hoi ne hy 30 per trnf of 
the u.sers ihnse In the West- 
ern provinct**, lie claimr'd. 

Arioiher allornallve meilind 
mote fair than a straight per- 
centage increase over existing 
rale* would Iw a flat, flxerl 
surcharge Mr, Hawes claimed. 

One of the reason* for low 
freight rales In Ontario and 
<.}ue1iec was the competition 
railway* suffered from truck- 
ing companies, he said. 


E. U. (Ted) ANDERSON 


• ZODIAC 

• ZEPHYR 

• CONSUL 

• ANGLIA 

• PREFECT 

• THAMES 


The Weather 


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November S3, 19-13 
V'artahle rl<tudinP5i*, with oc 
easional clear periods today, 
clouding over thl* evening. 
Lillie change in temperature. 
Wtnd.s decreasing to light thl* 
morning. Precipitation Satur- 
day. ftl. Sunshine, ml. Montlay 
outlook, rain In the morning. 

Reconled Tempemltire* 

High . -I'i l^w- n 

ForecMt Temperaturea 

High . .. 18 Low 

Sunrise 7 33 Sunset 
F^st Coast of Va 
Island Variable do 
With frequent clear periods 
torlay. be<'om1ng overeasi thi.s 
evening. Little change In temp- 
Araiure. Wirxi* light, increas- 
ing in Georgia .Strait this eve- 
ning to •ouibeasi 20. High and 


aouDY 


We .Are Building (hir Reputation on Fine Sen’ic^— Bofh at the Tinin 
of Your Purrhane and After the Sale. 

A pleasant relalionsliip quickly grows between any one of our .sales 
staff and his rustomer. Good service throughout is our policy. Great 
care Is taken to a.ssist you In selecting the right car for your needs, in 
suiting the payments to your budget, in as.surlng its continued good 
performance. W'e have a complete exclusive service department for 
British Ford automobiles. 


Service at Ford of ('anada 
Dealer* from 1 '«w*t to Coaat 
and In the t'A 


low at Nanaimo. -18 and '30. 
38 Monday oullonk, rain in the 
•1.26 morning. 

Weal (*oast of Vancouver 
Island A few clouds thl* 
morning, becoming overcast 
this afternoon. Rain in the 
norlhem aector this evening. 
Little change In temperalure. 
Wind* light, increasing south 
east 20 this evening. High and 
low at Esievan Point. 48 and 
38. Monday outlook, showers. 

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Up Hights 

MAKIYOU FEEl OLD 


There's a Briii.xh-Ruilt 
F'nrd to Suit Vour 
Taale and Budget 


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•ri»Min« lsH'^riin'7 fnrmalatM. ihau- 
■ •nd« at mea anil anmen fiaa 
teettnt «M. Urea. IrrltaM* an* aepreiiea 
tram Initn* il**a and varrrloa aXniii 
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kuralni and lUhlnf nrinatlan. Hed W*U 
tint Oetitat Up Mlfhli-ar avrent 
CtiHidr Urine. dit» ta i-nmmon Ridnef or 
HaMer IrriUlMiis. vkleh ottm rewK 
to terondarr ••rkaeh*. Headache. Rhen- 
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ea«e« Mfw /maeore* CTfTTRg viuallr 
fttei aulrk, calmtof raltef br ramhatlA* 
vniatlfit terai* In aeM artaa; aart bf 
ralaitnc. analjrilr pain relltt. 0«er a 

bIRtoa cmn taMrtj aaad^rrarea 

Miek* and larrau lar raun* and aid. 
Oet Labarawrr Tatlad aad 0«rtinad 
OYtTKX at rttuiaui tndat. taa bav 
■uta batwr tt«l iaamiam 


1959 MODELS NOW ON DISPLAY 


Monday’s Kvents 

Regular weekly meeting of 
Victoria Gyro flub In the Em 
prevs Hotel at noon . , . Vic- 
toria Beaver Toaslnukaters' 
riah No. 7M at 5.45 pm. at 
Ihe Monterey Restaurant . . . 
Regular monthly meeting of 
the Vl444>rta Amateair Movie 
( luh in Norway House, 1110 
Hillside, at 7-45 p.m. 


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/?.C. Real Estate Deals 


Venomous Camel Meat 


i\uis II w Iran f uia^e 

TKIIKAV, Iran (Al*> — Korty-unr pervins 
have dlrd in fhr villaKr of /inalkandi nrar M«*ha- 
bad, \\ph( Iran, tfirr rating fmiNonmiH ranirl meat. 
Thr <-amr| died aftrr Iwinj; biltrn by a nnaki* and 
it« oHiirr void fh<* mraf to villa^erv 


ConHirucMon Corp.. LimUH. 
and W A JYicr. a wlrsman 
for fhr firm 

Prlcr lx ch.irB«*d with oh- 
lalning from William 

Jow*ph Hoffman of Vanrouvar 
by fnlso prei(*nri»s and with 
Inlrnt to drfraud. OawKon and 


NEW' WESTMINSTER <CP1 
Throe men f barged with ob- 
taining money by fraud in con- 
nection with morlgage and 
real eataie iranHHcUoiix will 
appear In police court here 
Monday. 

Their applicaiiona for bait 


By TOM OKKKN 
Colfliii<d Otta\ta Correspondent 

OTTAWA — 'Phe federal government has begun a 
study of requirements and equipment as a prelude to 
the installation of atomic plants in the Canadian Arctic. 


q. Should a .voiing bah> i»r 


• Bahy's Sle<>plng |N>'«i(ioa 


eould not he heard Saturda 


available. 

Charged are directora Homer 
Angus Scobie and Krank A. 
Dawson of Western United 


provide heal and power for 
isolated communities where 
present fuel costs are enormous 
will be tested in the next few 
years. 

The purpose is to make the 
Arctic more habitable and pro- 
ductive and gieally ledure the 
co.st of fuel, pow earned by 
water during a short summer 
st'a.son to coastal ouli>osl.s and 
b> airplane to interior poinls. 
KKSPONSIRIMTIES 

The current .study i* super- 
vised by an interdcparlniental 
committee made up of official.s 
in government ilepaiiments 
that hav«* lesfxm.^ibiiiKes in 
the North. 

An initial siudv w.*- maile 
ai Frobisher ita> a Baffin 
Island cfimmiirniy wbeie ex 
len.sive airpori devnlopnient 
work has been undeiMken a.s 
well as mivfern Eskimo hous- 
ing and other pni)ect.s. Ii had 
be<*n sugpe.sle<l that the eiilnig. 
log community might best be 
sitvihI by an atomic plant, 

A preliminary survey by an 
eleclnea) manufacturing firm 
shovvis] that an atomic plani 
to serve a community of 4.ri0(i 
would cost SI 1 .001) Olio. A con- 
ventinnal plant, using diesel 
engines, would cost from $.3.- 
.*•00 000 In SPklrttiOO 
K\lt l.r>S EM'KNSIVK 

Once installed, the atomic 
plant would he far les.s expen 
>ive to oiierate it.s fuel it»sIs 
were esiimateil at S-I.Vi.OOO an- 1 
nualJy while those of a iliesel 
plant pm\iding similar |M>wei. 
might run to S.3 000.000 

'Phis report was considered NFW ^ 
by the Northern Canada Power Cnited S 
Commission, a fMeral govern- best deal 
meni agency, which informed Canada, i 


B«>verly Plskmik by false pre 
tencoR with intent to defraud. 


A. Neither, ariTirding to an 
Ail.anta hahy doctor. Babies, 
said the physician, should be 
placed on their slite to sle«*p. 
In the .stomach posliirtn the 
legs tend to Hpread in frog 
favhlon and the legs rotate 
nr turn outwexd The big »oe 
resiR on tlie maiiress and 
ihe foot i.s forced into a flat- 
frxil position. .Something of 
the same thing happena 
when a young bahv is pia<-ed 
on his back to sle<-p. The 
heels n*st on the matfre>« 
and the feet tend to b<* 
forced Into the flaifnot pos|. 
tinn. To prevent trouble, 
esjierially flalfoni. in later 
yeaiR Ihe Atlanta doctor ri^c- 
ommend.s placing the txiby 
on his side to .sleep It lielps 
t<» .support the youngster's 
hark with a f^mall pillow or a 


JAMES BAY HOTEL 

PROVIDES ADDED SERVICE 


"ers 


vu'Timts— 

With Ihr aildlllAn •! a nr« banqual 
ranm nn lha •rr«n4 flear Thi* 
raem itia* he m«r4 far arlfatt ban- 
Su«l>. iMcallnc* ur rrrrailan* S nur 
Inquiria* and IntTactian ar* ln*ll«>4. 


Scale 

Shops 

Taxes 


tightly roiled baby blanket. 
Never pul a baby <»n his 
hack after heeding. He may 
spit up some milk and be- 
come strangled. 

htairnkl IB MEtilCAI. MlfUiOR te 
bakfd «n variou* acimilllc PuhUr»- 
lloBi and duea not Docaaaarily re- 
n»<t Ui« oHiilnn of oil tfoctnrt. 

Tha 4laino«i« mod Irvatnaml «f 
dUfaav rrqnlra, lha thill and 
fcn«»lrd(p whlrh onlr • ph>tlrlaB 
ran apply by y«-n«>ally aitandlns 
Ihr paOral 


Appreciation of Ihe seiwice.s 
he has rendered to veterans 
during the past IS years was 
.shown in a tangible form 
with a presentation of a desk 
set and scioll In 73yeai old 
Guy Ik'nning by lh*' Pro 
PntiiA Blanch. Can.idian 
Legion. The presimiaium 
w.iH made by president Gnr 
don EiRoy who prai.».-.| Mr 
Bennine ,ns a lireles-. win ker 
tn aiding pension applira 
linns nnd visiting hospitals 
'I'nlonist phomi. 


LOOSENED roHI. 

with New Wond«r-Worker 

TOKOKTO— Bopoal ThaBfct (0 ne» 
•eianlific UlMtalpry forrabltlioo. U>9u* 
Mtid* of children aa veil «• adalw no« 
ar»id Oi'jcn «*v*Tp «hr»amc. tnamne. 
rniUtne. dillicult breaihlnp. cnuiMnc 
and iiuUiaaka duortf rmgrrtnc ai'.acu 
r.r Way S»y»r and 

Rinnrhioa hr takinc New tmprnyrd. Caat 
Wo'Linc MK.Nl)AC'> Tha fttyl dot« 
■ laro combtunc nllrtfr. hal»> r*la« 
br'-i.cnipl igbi-* lOd rraxtyc ihica. chn« 
in* muriik frftm bmnfhial aed bmU p*»- 
aacM W hm ysu eno brcalba frarr. you 
OPFV aoandcr. fcrl tlrancri. wprk cwiirr 
Oct Labniaiiirr Tcalrd and C^'litiad 
MBNUACO frotn druttUt today withaut 
ptneiisttoa Sac how laat nv laprart 


Vi.silor from I .k. 

Chairman of the Rny.il 
f’ommonwealih o c i •• i y 
Coimcil, Earl De El W.in, 
Will arrive tn Victona .\«*v, 
.3h, from Liindnn, England 
He and hIs W'ife will he 
guests of honor at a formal 
banquet at the Kmpre«< 
Hole] arranged hy ihe V.tn 
cmiver Island branch of the 
soaely. On Dee. 1 he wdJ 
visit local points of ini<‘rest 
and have lunch at the Union 
Club. 


VirloriH WriKT and other 
service shops should have their 
business la.x trimmed, ai’cnrd 
Ing to city (smn«'il candidate 
Mrs .<al|y Huge-- 
The cits hoii.scwife is «>ne of 
^;-vT‘s candldaies foi lour emin 
cl! seat.s in the elei non. l>t»c, 11. 

If she IK elected to tniuncil 
she will move Ihui the huMne.ss 
lax is* pul on a ■cias.sificalion'* 
b-i-=- with siniill ■■serMce'' 
hti.Kino.s.M-. paying less tax and 
■'more profM.thlc” businesM**i 
paying mt»r e. Mrs. Rr»gcr»- said 
The cla*i*>ifiiat|on system 


luserti'd as a public service hy 


u.s. Getting 
Best of Deal 
—Pearson 


Charlotte 


Dramatic 


etiv cfwirwil 


late in ltt.^7 wlu'n the business 
t.ix wii.v overhauled. 

(.KAItl .ATKI) T.A\ 

■’C'ouncil .should have a 
graduated hvisiness i.i.x from 
tlu«*e per «‘ent upwards, i«) r«* 
tsigni,*e «u«*h «ervj»*es ns re> 
laurants. barber shops. ga.s 
set vice siaunns. laundiies and 
•rocery .sioirs.*' she said >e.s- 
leidtiN 

A simil.-tr gr.uluuii'd lax 
wlih four ilisimci gniups. has 
been III n[M'r.ilion in E«lmon- 
lon foi yeai-- Mrs Rogers s.iid. 
Banks and finance companies 
are incluiled m the highest 
gioup 

■‘'Ihe pii>seni civic business 
lax IS a flat per cent of 
the business ia.\ ■; .v.esHment. " 
she s,tid. “no matter what the 
type of husinc-- 
HK-sT < A.NI)in\TE 

First candidate to file 
nomination papers for Ihe elec- 
tion was A. W. Toone, secre- 
tary of Viefoiia Labor Coun- 
cil. who filed yesterday. 

Elgin .N e I s h. who an- 
nouni'cd last weekend that he 
will be a candidate, said yes- 
terday ho did not think it 
likely that his election o*im- 
mittec would withdraw his 
nomination in favor of Mr 
Toone 

"As I see It. there ore four 
se.ii.s vacant with Ihe three 
;nrumbenlR opposed by three 
outside candidates- Mrs. Rng 
ers. Mr. Toone and myself," 
said Mr Net.sh. 


Romantic 


Becau>e Canada is like the 
No^h Amehf^in U S in so many way* ,’»nd noi 
Liberal leader .qiu.vvs the l»csi w.iys do imt 
ion said yesienlay make the mistake that we aie 
I Peare Prize win- or des.ie to be an idenhnO 
1 an address at liijir- brother.' Pearson eon 
liversiiv, • B |« ,,n- tinned 
talk of complete 

m <'dlectlve dr ^ ,,me«. m preserving 

.* • t H 1 '!jr‘ ‘*’1^ emphasizing our separate, 

a men! ji'*vHo|N*d and manu- ness' ihan our •mgethernesf 
^ fa. iured in t anada rannm be while naturally enjovlng what- 
u.sr*d in your own country hr- ever henef,t.< we cin srcuu* 
a' cause pn*ssures hy your own from Ihe latter." 
t"^' Industrial pr«»ducers ate * / ■ - _ 

ind s.,n„B i-nouch rn pr.v,.n> u • MwJn 

Th,-r, was un„,' m rtrfon.-a fana,!., and lha H S Pnars,.n 
m,l not ,n amnomics. Prana.n ■ .alailon, hhiw,-»n niir 

two countries while .is cln.se 
iin- “One Is co-operative the and friendh as fhnse between 
ler other resineUve, " he said. any two countries in the 
The North American air "’'^fld. are becoming Inrreas 
defence i NORAD' agreement, ‘tigly important and compli 
he said, commiiied Canada lo 

**y any major war in which the "This process will continue 

- - — — ** Canaria k**ep« on growing 

'*” ‘f Maiure and in strength. And 

” ll'W * ' vou is going to 

TlPVI^^I ;happen" 

Ihe i» B.V.<A concluded hy appealing 

__ f Canada relations based 

' I ’ (VT "frank and friendly under- 

I I) standing of each others cir- 

xe i. ixxiiiv/ cumaiancea: on mutual respect 
and on a realistic and long 
term appreciation of our own 
best Interests." 


FOR THE AFTER-FIVE AFFAIR 


All live latest ••nncept of fashion's 
whim IS charmingly translated 
Inlo fascinating frocks for the 
cocktail hour, the dinner date and 
Ihe evening party. 


Sparkling as your holiday mood, 
they are offered in every shade, 
in beautiful new fabrics and tn a 
size range that include* some 
"lalls". 


Budget Terms at No Extra Cost 


OROVTLLE. Wash. iC’P' - 
The British Columbia-Washing- 
Ion section of highway 97 has 
been oompieiely rehmli m the 
Iasi -seven years, the Okanagan- 
UanbcK) Trail A.ssociaiion was 
told .‘saiumlay. 

The association hofH>s to 
make highway 97 the longest 
Bingic mimhered highwav in 
the W'esiern Hemi.sphere. 
stretching from Nome. Alaska, 
lo Mexico City. 

The association decided to 
a.sk the B C. government to 
renovate the Quesnel bridge 
and to complete the paving of 
97 and the John Hart Highway. 

Ben Fanning of Bend. Ore.. 
Immediate' past president, said 
a $.3,300,000 toll bridge over 
Ihe Columbia at Rlgg.s Rapids, 
linking Wa.shington and 
Oregon, wilt be cnmpleied by 
1901. 

Jack Rogers of Chelan. 
Wash., reported the new road 
from Brewster to Okanogan i» 
complete except for two 
bridges which are nearing 
completion. Hlghw'ay 97 will 
eventually bypass Okanogan. 
Wa.sh.. and Omak. Wa.sh.. he 
said. 


ELCEE 


HISTOKK SITE 
Fort Garry, on the site of 
what now is Winnipeg, was 
built in 1922 to replace the 
earlier Fort Gibraltar. 


But Acting Fine 


Always sure to 
please 

at Christmas time! 


Ily BKKT BINNV 

Some line performanccf In a 
poor play highlight the The 
at re Guild's current production 
which last night opened a one- 
week stand at Langham Court 
Theatre. 

In producing R. and M. 
Pertwee's 'The Pat agon.'* the 
guild set them.selves a rather 
hard task. Because of this, the 
accomplishment of the players 
was all the greater and their 
weak points the more under- 
standable. 

'The Paragon" provides an 
Indifferent script. Few of the 
situations will bear examina- 
tion. 

For this the Pertwee broth- 
ers are responsible, not the 
Guild players, who did a fine 
Job. 

Their characterizations were 
ex(‘ellenl and they were eon- 
aisianl. The acuteness of Basil 
Issigonis as the blind Sir Rob- 
ert Rawley wa.s unreal but 
here again, the script de- 
manded it and Mr. Issigonis 
aiill created a very real char- 
acter. 

Richard LItt was quite out- 


standing as .Simon and never 
made .Simon unpleasant 
enough to be intTedible, In 
Ihe small part of the Earl of 
Clandon. Harold Bellamy 
really shone. Both he and 
Michael Carlton ■ .Smith as 
Maxwell Oliver were delight 
fully natural. 

Shelia Lilt, who played 
"Angelia," has a most com 
pelling v'oire and should exer- 
cise particular care when She 
Is expected to play lightly. 

This may well have been 
why there was Insufficient 
distinction between the 
"Angela" up to The rinse of 
Art 1 and Ihe "Angela" there- 
after 

Doreen Rees made a good 
Joan and Olive Keane was an 
interesting, reliable Jessica. 
Dorothy Dunbar as Kdie w'as 
absolutely the model servant. 
Along with Mr. Bellamy, she 
showed how great a contribu- 
tion small parts ran make to 
a play. 

Direction by Vivienne Chad- 
wick showed sKlil and pa- 
tience. and the set was ade- 
quate. 


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Amal^^amation Debate 


I T marks a docidt’d advance in ihc 
study of amaifiamation i.ssuc.*; in 
tho Greater Victoria region to have 
the pros and cons dcb«nled in public 
by teams representing opposite sid'^s 
of the que>»tion. This oppmiunitj 
for tho taxpayers of the t'ity and 
Saanich will come at H p.m. on Tuos. 
day in the auditorium i)f the Ventral 
Junior IliRh School, under tho cf>m- 
bined sponsorship of the Senior and 
Junior Vhnmhers of C'ommerco. Or 
J. J. Deutsrh. whose report on <‘»vic 
union is under active ennsidorntion 
by two of the four Greater \'ietoria 
mimicipalitiev. is to address the 
cn’herinc. Tlie debate hotween two 
strong leam^ will follow, and a 
questifin peri<»d will dose the pm- 
ceeriings. 

A.s tile niecursnr to a civic refej*- 
endum in the two areas next month 
this debate is assurori of lively puMIe 
interest. Mr. Fori*est 1>. Shaw, who 
will uphold the affirmative in the 
question, wa.s about the first to advo- 
cate civic union in Victoria, a course 
which he ha.s championed for vears. 
Councillor Leslie Passmore, of Saan- 
ich. ha.s shown himself erjually sin- 
cere and cf>nvin<*ed on the counter 
side of the same n'in. insofar ns 
Saanich prospects are mncenied. 


Fk)th men will have able .supporters 
on their respective sides, and from 
this clash of opinion should emei-ge 
a much better public understanding 
of the issue in some of it.s phases. 
Dr. Di'utsch after a detailed study 
has already sidd that he reixjmmends 
Victoria and Saanich teaming up for 
the future. On Tuesday he is to 
discuss his recomnumdations. 

Since there ran he no effective 
civic union in the Vietorin area 
without the concunvnee of the nite- 
pa.vei's. the forum should he a prac- 
tical and helpful approach to the 
public itself. There are many ques- 
tions in the problem and It is wisdom 
to examine ihcso from ever>' angle. 
The treatment of pa.st debts, provl- 
sii>n for futuiT development, regional 
planning, .servit’cs . In • common and 
manv other factors are comple.x 
matters. Itound up with the future 
welfai-e of the whole community. 

The ('olonist. which has steadily 
advocated civic union in the Greater 
Victoria region for the impetus, 
influence and oppoiluniiy we In’lieve 
that would give an united community 
of metropolitan proporlif»ns. wel- 
comes this flisnjssion of llie issue ;U 
the public level. That is the demo- 
craljr wav. 


Overlooking .Saanich Inlet 


rtcii, c: Artc. 


Pandering to the Vulgar Mob 


** . . of siKK'S* and ships and M-'af 
Ing u«x— of cabhagr* and kings.*' 

Hv TOM r.^VI.OK 


Ty lin .MN ai ')|p momeni is h.iv iiij: 
.inooier nvUnhoriral look af 
i-mi- nu» pundits uliM said Umi 
i-«»fno»»‘n Mi f'dovis- 
lon in M p 1 1 .1 1 n - J 

w »Mi I d in;d''i minn m' 

-1 ind.iiils .•l•^lnl In » 

np.iiiiHis \ i> .'i. ii.-il 

'to < ml I'l.it ^ ^ 

W’lxiid ,1 Id m. 

nt TTn;. - 

t/Oi.ii Ui .l |l ^ 

Ji 1- Tc..-;i> imo who d«-i !.itn 

r |l <1.0 Kf.tltd.irds of i<K(' trli'MKIoM 

h.ur tit'. ij» r.! depim;tl>|y Jtid <)'•• 
ftfli' itst'lf V4VS lli.u n Ims ;:ii* in <•> 

sitmeilitni; »ihotil an i*d'i« Uiotial sfr. 

VIPI* on It'Irt 

Thn in ; .nt ’otl h*lrt.fi i*j 

all Urn oi.umt’M is .» in/li* h«tmu<*il 
Ol'.' ttf Ihe ti'inXlf*- '0,1 ;,l;|.-|n:hlH of 

tnmmi'it i.i| i«ecMs|on is iii.ii af't*r 
a I "iiple tjf yt n t of upr*i .Um.' .if Ian- 
1.1-lir i| iiMvs tiiiiv'd *hn 

roio*T af 't IS rr.ikiOL* profits 

*»n f ihiiUiOf iMri(>m| ihai d h -- »inMi- 
Irt’ptl Mu* itnjHi M'Ofo of iho n|K't .Vtii s. 
T'»r ifMp !•: ih,ii w'oio ti?o 

2'oog off I'ill ''ifk .iixHit ine in«)tM- 
t!r% Irlrs'sion willi lU lililil im 
fy-ittrsl<<v. vi"|i'f>io aod trrsct akn 
r\»nv il »y ihr rnmpaiiii>< iheniActvr^ 
- ’hr piifvrwirs - are hornmmg ,p.i 
Irons of the mi •«. 

They mn itflerlni: gt mis in m 
pofini\ ihi'iires. playuughu. must, 
flan.s .inil mttsis. One rriilc h*i* ai- 
cu*‘'l lliat Ihcv ure inakirig iheir liv- 
ing from pn».sutuiion and mmg the 
|.r.» •ffd-i i.» rndow rsihcdrals. Il is 
an ex.i..:certUon hut il lOMi.tms more 
ih:io 4 gi rtn of iridh. Mill \vhilr i|ie 
cmmeuiiil ti'lrv.sion si.iUons rficlis- 
iithiping ihelr Ihoos.tnd-* nf (Ntond.s 
the r>lU* H sugge.sUfii: that if it 
Us |i»h pn^fjorly then* will ha\e U» 
Ire ih increase in the llrence f.'e, 


.ind offer r-omcihing m.spiting and en* 
ohliiig in it.s pi.it-o 

AfiPi all. Ihe RRf* geU lhe li.ima 
mone\ wlo'iher i»s piitgrams ha\# 
len Umu-iiind viewei.s nr ten mllion. 
Thi'\ Itave no r\.'t|-i» |>i p,tnder to lha 
V‘il;*rtr horcle, rommejiial leloMaion 
m"'-i or ii will ooi l>e ahU* In cal and, 
unhki' .1 tiewHpjiprt, ii r.snnot ta’er 
foi all 111 ;t «Uig)r d.i). It can- 

Kill do UiP erptuniriii of adding a 
p-i;;r it « V'l.Mt hIIoW' Ms viewei • »o 
aJvip .soineiliyi;- in wln<-h ih«'v aic not 
ii.ii«h's|im| atnl turn lo .s'.rnHihing 

winch does si them s<r lhe> go 

all lhe lime for lhe m.ileiial whten 
will a'lract ihe griMiesi number aod 
lhe few who rciH'l r.innoi turn lo an- 
oilier channrl \n ihe Ijnpp of finding 
nomeihing gre.iijy differeni except 
by chapee. 


w hii'h sells the liei**K es ' gnr.s In the 

HR<*. rommemal letevi<ion Istliiown 
II’ for holhlng ;in.| iJie pKi,:i jm eno 
lip.'iors live nil ad\ciijj,ing re\en,ie. 

■f he iMfTtmcf « Ml inleirsts ndO'M 
qiice nnnklv f.if they h.ive io go 
out .tficf ni' ■* iM'ening Iwrousc the 
luilv produi Is which will uke aep 
Ve|tes||.g spti.'e on liie .lif jie mH-s- 
sole co*>d-. Tin* masse-?, regielt.ihly 
"sn* fTivr "Tbspo e.l )i\ 
h'/'t ail find In cirnsj-fpienee pm- 
gi.inis nf .Unuied aniH-iil me entier 
pnl le|e\i-^*d oi- *'lse rele:^a<i*d lo 
llm-ie ftenods nf Ihe dav when lhe 
wiiffiTirg m is-sej. aie a* wmk. The 
niU* h.is he.s*tne immenaely im- 
pi. - d ity the miss j^pdieme. In- 
--m.id i.j doing Ms )nh Ihe job which 
ino.si pr-ople nrgue i< |s paid to do - 
if his gone flat oiji m ir\ lo heat 
4^>mmemal television at jls own 
g.ime 


Cut the Pension String 


A NY retiring or deTcated MP 
. *■ eligible for the very genenuts 
pnrlinmonfary pen.«tion may spend 
hi.s S3.000 a year wherever he 
p'e,i«4‘s. The pen.sion will follow him 
lo the ends of the earth if m'cd l»e. 
}|e may go on a pmiraeied foreign 
tour or he may set up jiermanent 
residence in a warmer climate with- 
out forfeiting his pension. Parliament 
in selling up Ihe ndinmient plan 
for it.s own memlxTs tlioughifully 
omitted residential qualifications. 

Tlie old-age pensioner, however, 
must spend the greater part of every 
calendar year in the !>nminlon to 
remain elig'ihle. If for health reasoits 
he seeks escape from the ranadian 
winter in a country with a warmer 
climate: if he tries to make Ihe 
a year go farther by living with 
friends or relativ'es elsewhere in the 
(’ommonwealth or in a foreign 
country, he mast ki.ss the pension 
goodbye. 


It is this di"tinetinn between two 
groups of pensioners, as much ns 
anything else, which has cn'nted a 
sense of lnjustl<*e among the aged. 
nc<Mi|se of If the nffieini reason for 
rutting off the fb'nsinn lo non-resi- 
dents rings false. Surely if il Is 
Important to the national economy 
that payments lo Ihe aged should 
lie spent at home il is equally 
important that Ihe much lai*ger 
pensions of former MIN should be 
suhb»et to the same reslrietton. 

Ri’moval of the residence clause 
would net in<'rease the burden on 
the pf’nsion fund, and Ihe small 
amount of money that might trickle 
out of the country would make no 
appreciable difference. It would he 
insignificant against the hundreds 
nf millions of dollars spent abroad 
hy t’anadian tourist.s and those 
travelling on govemmenia! business. 
Parliament when it meets again 
should end this unkind and ineon- 
sistent discrimination. 


It mnv h^* ftuo fhrtf tho BB(* wa» 
ino tush on iis niiiiMal pi'ich and 
W.1.S moi'o prone to rivo Iho pcopj* 
>vhni ih'py should like raihrr than 
whin ihoy dl«l Jiko in tho d.i>s* *>£ 
mnpopnh . Tho r«*oni w’aioring finwn 
of tho Third Progr.iTn. which. cuHuts 
at|> was tinn\al|<«d anywhere in tha 
world, is lhe me.ssnre nf RRf' indif- 
ference. hut ihore was .%omeihinc ta 
l»e said for aitofriptinc to improvo 
ptibllo lasie. 

(‘ommerciiil releMsam is not aT 
h-id but lhe g.>od Is mljjhiy hard to 
find, rompettuon for lalem ha.s not 
improved the qaality nf the cood.s do- 
livered. ihough n has undoubtedly in* 
cieascd lhe p.iy f<»r those who pro- 
duce 11. If the BIU’ gels its second 
ihannel ond probably it will it may 
suci-ood in doing whal many people 
think 11 should he doing now: hut it 
will he tough if pe*»plc have to pay 
m‘»re for it. The mob will Ju.stifiably 
cotnpkiin that they wilt gel nothing 
out of II : lhe minority will <*omplain 
Ihal it WM.s wliat they were paving 
tor oitginally and did not get and 
If It RUOcco<l5 in elevating the taste 
of children by educaUonal broadcasts, 
what will they look in fo If the qunl- 
My of iiihcr ch.innel.s is not Improved? 

Ma.vbc Ihej' will gn to lhe Ihcalres, 
cnni'eris and art galleries made poa- 
vihle by Ihe charitable grants of com- 
mer. Id) lelevivinn from its profits. It 
.seems that once again Brliain bv com- 
promise ha« lhe prospect nf doing ih« 
light thing from the wrong motive. 


ViclorUMis who have leu"hi''l AI 
the anUi-s of -'ometli.in Alec Kind- 
lay wll|,t»e inieresled hi kO"VV ho 
h.id a nari-ow psr »jm. from i'jpr'js 
lcir*»risls recently He w.is out iheie 
entertaining the irivnps .ind -iffer 
A perf'uman'* was reluming lo 
his hoii'l In an army jeep when i» 
Wtis fired on. T.vpically enough wee 
Alec quippi'd ‘I didn’t think the 
show was that bad’ * 


The re-oili j.s lha< you can have nil 
U r punchings. killings, siabbingn and 
gupplav' almost ai choice, with or 
w.'onui si-ap-ni'ls. .nocording to which 
i-hannel v'«u aie tuned. The RRt' 
from the mp of |is ivory tower ad- 
rmu It.s ontigatlons and duties hut 
Adds with some h‘*"fica<!nn, that il 
ewes something to the millions who 
p.*v their lireoie feea and w ml te'e- 
visum without ao.ip or rere.-vls. H is 
a hard aigument to answer. Rut. 
MVS the OfU'. If M IS in |>erform a 
noble dufv to Uw* minority II must 
h.ive m*Mc money and another ch.sn- 
ti'd r.-'cn. and only then it seems. It 
w hi proicct »-dvicaiitin and culture, 
science instead nf ro.smelU’s. and the 
m*hle.si music inslCAd of bi.’er, 

There is an answer to Ihnt. It can 
do [t now hut If It d'ves llien it will 
o'nse i.> compete With commercial 
lele\|s»nn. There is much to he said 
lor the .irgument th.it the people who 
w.mt fhooiing. ihuggeiy and murder 
must h:ive it with totiacco or cereal nr 
go without- There is not re.isun at 
all why the BRC shoultl not ignoie 
tl*.e lower standards and depravity 


An advert isemeni for an alminac 
of facta .ihks: ‘What next In current 
affairs'*" A go«vl question when 
ttansfen-ed to the Rririsii 
Scene What next, indcH** 


Steadfast as Usual 


by tho loft. Victoria for in.sianro 
once rlune to left-hand curbs, as 
beforp that il had dealt in pouiuU 
and shillings. So had Knglish-sjmak.* 
Ing North America boforc it flocid*'d 
on both counts to change its ways. 

If this seems to imply that Britain 
has been backward the charge can 
ea.sily N* gainsaid. Tlie mother of 
the English-speaking races does not 
change easily, nor do mothers any- 
where. II Is their stability in the 
midst of new and strange things that 
givt*s comfort to offspring even while 
that offspring il.«elf Is undergoing 
change. Certainly Ihe sleadfastnes.s 
of Britain is a rock on which her 
daughters may depend, and her 
retention of pounds and shillings is 
simply a facet of her character. The 
savor of the Old I .and would dis- 
appear if she merely copied other 
wav.s and lost her own identifying 
habits. 


An English vi.rii>M’ in inwn nh|e«*.<, 
I .see. to being t4llc«l .♦ Rnt'*n. 
Kuntiy th.it. for I •UieKUN he has 
many Ilmen sung wMh gii*.''i the 
wnrd.n of 'Rule Rntanmn * 


G reat Britain will cling lo 
pounds, shillings and pence. -So 
the Westminster iKirllamenl was told 
last week. Secretly the decision will 
plca.so many Cana<Uans, even if on 
visits to the Old Country they find 
their pocket.s weakened by the weight 
of heavy eoias. Other count nes 
have adopted Ihe decimal system 
as an ca.s.v and handy way of com- 
puting money, hut ease is not Ihe 
cardinal factor in Brill.sh life that 
it is elsewhere. 

Something vvould go out of the 
world if Britain did not have the 
variety of distinctions that are 
peculiarly her own. Her monetary 
system Is one. although this Is shared 
in the lands of Ihe Anzacs. Uor rtwid 
traffic preference, is another. Most 
of the world walk.s or drives on the 
right, but in Britain the rule Is on 
the left. This again puzzles nationals 
who forget that they too once went 


S4»me Ihtnes funaiy Uiuughl !■» bi» 
in<yl''rn an* a itm)w-ba<k in Mnoeut 
d-i.VM An lti*m mmmg undi’i- m-'M-i* 
lavt waek. for In^fanre. reve.TlcI that 
the p<mv tall hairrlo arnunU *•<») 
yean oUl; n patnUng of a young l.»rty 
of fashion. Circa I |iJO. ahnw*) ihis 
Mme teen age <*oiffure. What h «i 
hB|)|>ened to the pony tall in Vic- 
ion.i. anjwav? The oihrr d.ij I -.ivv 
one young mi.s-^ hatm*saeH »*’ri 
the fad having pa*->*ed ko quickly 
her pony almovit seeme<l umisu.it. 
Doubtless this fashion wmII h** to. 
vivi>«l again by a genei.ition yet 
lo I'ome. breathlessly and with the 
air of a fresh di'o*«»verv . 


In Miilaln we .siitl have to pav f*ir 
Ihe RBt*. The anmnl lu'en<-e m look 
in <nsls tlie equivalent nf Sll. nf 
w iu» li a quarter |s taken hy the gov» 
• ftimeiM as tax and the rema.nder 
i|es^ a dedu< l|on fur tl'.e p.isl nffire. 


fh‘ C. F. Mortimorv 


No Constant Dollar 


colonv weio oflere<l hrihrs, charged 
fTofe.ssor Tejah Singh, 

The men while on the nip were 
given a .small hag. When they 
op**ne<l It they found $.*1,000 In large 
bills instde; they returned tJie 
m«mey. 

'Hiey had travelled in luxury and 
wet'.* rtilnwed to sec ••niv the favor 
able sltle of life in the colon.v ; and 
were not able to dlsi.ti>vs woiking 
Mtiangenients with the planters who 
would be the employers of Ihe 
Hindu immigrants. 

Ottawa Issued a coniplele denial 


G KOKt.l. ». *>-HOKrV" IIKRKKT 
arnvfsl in KtlnumUm whh a 
Imllet wound In hU shoulder and a 
snd story t>f a .SH.Ooii nuKvsehIde 
poke Ilf Kidd dust lost in the Yukon 
River iS years ago. 

Shortv tud le‘en taking hiR in- 
jured pinner out hy laft when he 
a'Udenttv WmiM(le<t him>el( vvlih a 
SIX .shooter While he wr** plugging 
the hole in his slwmldei with clav 
arnl moss, th** raft siiurk a rm-k and 
broke up. The ptike and mo.si of 
Ihelr supplies were last Knendly 
Indians had fared for lhe two men 
and p-vs*a*d them on to a itader who 
took them to Aklavlk. .*^horty had 
eome out alone hv nver steamer 
and railway from there. 

.Tames p Wuhurg. New York 
hankei. cxpi-es.sing di-Mpprovai of 
President RooReveH's monetary* 
polley, said he did not believe there 
could be such a thing a.s “a dollar 
of constant purchasing power." 
fontrollcd inflation was not possible 
he said, and he did not think that 
other nafions would accept “any of 
the. various forms nf newfangled 
money that have been proposed." 


The Packsack 


rxRIVI.Nc; Into the big rity around 
^ <1 In the afiernoun. on our way 
home from a funeral In the country, 

my passenger and 

I weie st.ti'tleii to K' ^ 

meet a solid flood W ^ 

nf traffic heading * 

out Hundreds. 

ihousanAs of cars. ^ 

lhe first of the *■*►• 4^ 

dally exodus, rush- 

Ing nose to tail on -* / . 

the four lane high- § 

way leading to the ’ 

far-flung suburbs. At 1:10! 

■'These.*' I supposed, “are llit 
bosses. What we see here are iha 
head.s of business the liicky stiffs — 
heating Ihe five-io-six traffic Jam.s." 

“Not on your Hfe," .said my 
passenger, himself something con- 
siderable nf a boss. “You don't get 
to be boss by heading for home at 
t p m ■■ 

'■Ttien who . . . ?" i asked. 

“Merchants." he said, “are about 
the only people holding lo the ft to 
S or 9 lo 6 working day. Everybody 
else. Industry, finance. in.siiranre, 
everything we think of as offiees 
and faetories. have staggered Ihelr 
hours. R lo 4. to to 6. so a.s to relieve 
the 5 o'clock rush But, of courae, In 
this crowd here there are a lot of 
eiMles, smnrtles. people who shouldn’t 
be going home now* at 4.30 at all 
Not many bosses are tn this stam- 
pede. but quite a number who will 
never be bosses." 

When we got bark Into tow*n. I 
let him off at his office, a little after 
5. He had some things lo attend to. 


If the lady who sm<*kes mi TV 
does so nil a movie film «he seema 
fitted to her envoronment. htit if 
she puffs smoke as one nf a TV 
p-ine| her g<»*»d i.istc is quc<>ttoi-.ed. 
This la whti you might call the 
dilemma nf women smoker-s. Kor 
all Ihe emancipation that makes 
feminine smoking a commonplace 
some Inhibitions Imger on. A man 
may light a rigiiretle almost any 
where, but the same doesn't hold 
go«i(l for a woman. Most men don't 
like fo see women smoking ail over 
the plaee as they do themselves. 
In secret they stUl put wnm-’n on a 
pedestal, and a cigarette dangling 
from feminine Ups in public la a' 
Jolt to Ihelr idealism. 


coic ajct flial some dmsllc «-hange is In 
the offing. Rtghilv or wnmgly it Is 
taken for granted that a genera! elec- 
tion cannot long be ileferred. And what 
will happen then? 

— SlltMt StVMW 

. Truth About Power 

Residents of Alberni district, and for 
that matter all parts of the province, 
want to know the truth about their Brit- 
ish Columbia Power Commission. And 
iJiey have ev«*ry right, to know the truth 
ah<iui It for they are called upon to pay 
the costs nf this utility which has fast 
become a political baby. The recent de- 
n<Min<*emen( hy the then general man- 
ager. H. I.MV Briggs, and his sub.sequenl 
firing, has created a lot of speculation 
in the minds of the people. 

— WXST COAST AnVOTATE 

I'nion Shop Demand 

The closed shop demind by outside 
employees of the corporation is one 
which, we hope and believe, will be 
sternly resisted hy Ihe incoming council. 
To do so would be in the Interests of 
taxpayers and of the employees them- 
.selves. 

There U no reason at all why an em- 
ployee should have lo become a mem- 
ber of a union In order lo keep his em- 
ployment. It Is nothing to do with the 
'union, but a matter purely between Ihe 
corporation this employer) and the em- 
ployee. 

— OA« BAT IJIADSB 


Public Power 

B.C wants the cheapest power pos. 
aihle. Imluslry wants a return on Its In- 
vestment. and Is enIMled lo 11. Howevci. 
a,s power Is ba*tir lo our continued eco- 
nomic existence as an exi»orilng prnvinc*" 
why can we not harness wafer in ih'’ 
name of public ownership and under 
wri<e our Industry by means of the 
chrapevt use of this most elementary and 
most public resource? 

This question of public versus private 
power l.s de.servtng of earnest aiudy of 
the legislature of this province before 
we let loose another periotl of high-mst 
prosperity In which our government 
becomes dwarfed hy the new type of 
promoter In our midst. 

— roMKHvv i.rAiM a 


”\V^E are to have a grand |Millalrh 

sA vvith the Indians in a few 
days." wmle a «‘«irrespondi*nt tn the 
CnlnnKt from Rentlmk Arm 9.1 years 
aco. 

•They have got plenty of liquor 
for the grand feast <fromi Ihe one 
public house that Is heie . . , This 
verv- day thr*re are upwards of 3,000 
lndlan.s here from the interior and 
all atotind the roast to feast with 
their friends I wish the Camellon 
would come here tomorrow and fire 
on them and their friends with go<Ml 
hot shell." 

An Irate J'ort Yale resident wrote 
lo the editor of Ihe Colonist enjoin 
Ing hWn to "wield your powerful pen 
In flenouiiclug the shorteomlngs of 
our wretehed postil .system." Of 
Ihe 30 nr 10 English papers his 
fnends had sent him. he had re- 
ceived only one. 

The editor declined to he Inflamed, 
and suggested cooll that the papers 
might have been Insuffleently 
stamped, and had therefore been 
sent around the Horn by sailing 
vpsael. 

>>raoM COLOMIt flbM. 


Apparently If your brother Is a king 
you can't ju.st <vili on him any time 
you wish. In the official biography 
of King George VI that monarch 
is cited as having sought for four 
surcos.slve day* to see King Edward 
Just prior to the latter's alvllca- 
tion. (^ach lime nn appointment waa 
made but each day the king would 
fiosfpime Ihe meeting. Royal way* 
are obviously not so free and ea.sy 
a* those In ordinary household*. 


Election ForcHPcn 

Events in British Columbia's perplex- 
ing political arena during Ihe past few 
weeks h.svc disturbed very greatly the 
Man on the Street. 

We must bear In mind that MC»TS 
Is Ihe one who handed a very substantial 
majority lo Premier Bennett’s 5^tal 
Credit government a few years ago and 
supported him through thick and thin 
ever since. The Review cannot speak for 
other part* of British Columbia but 
MOTS on the -Saanich Peninsula and Ihe 
Gulf Islands Is In overwhelming agree- 
ment today that recent arandals have 
thaken the Bennett government to the 


A KEfJtET priHX*ss was lo convert 
“( hina grass" or “ramie" into 
high grade yarn In a Metoria fac- 
tory 50 years ago. 

Promoters of the •rheme desc*rlbed 
ramie as a brilliantly shining fibre 
with three times the strength of 
hemp and nearly ten times that of 
cotton. 

Hindu di'icgates who went lo 
RrltlKh Honduras to Investigate the 
advantages of a mass migration of 
B.C. Hindu residents to the crown 


Another little tidbit from this 
biography, with apologies lo the 
Anns among my readers. Is that 
when Princess Margaret wa.s born 
she was named Margaret Ann. Her 
grandfather, martinet George V. 
didn't like the mme Ann. however, 
and BO It was changed to Rom! 






National 


COMPANT tiMITIO 


fiailtf (fnlmtid! VktorU, B.C., Sq«., Nov. 23, 1958 


Election Most Chaotic Ever 


Letters to the Editor 


rance 


ICIOIIS 


General has refused to lend <et out of Algeria altogether headtHl by ex-premier Rena 
h»8 support to any. --say how they would do it. Pleven. 

The Kouith Republic was * * * Radical .Wlalisis. split 

notorious lor its kaleidoiK.'opic Franco’s 2t),t>OU.OOO voIwk go several warring groups 
variety ol tx.lltical l« the polls to ch.ioso 46.5 de- 

«U? fh PlOK P T' metropolitan P«^ 

But the Hlth Republic Is addition. 10 depu- MenUcsTrannv 

starting out even woi-se. Upk are being elected lor — I>?ltlsl «*ntre mainly left* 

No less than 18 recognized fiverseas departments such as tiaulll.st splinter groups, 

political parties or groups are Guadeloupe and Martinique. —Union for the New Repub* 

contesting the elect i«m». Most The 71 deputies for Algeria He tUNRi, the large now Gaul* 

of the old political paitles of and the .Sahara will not bo list movement led by Informa* 


Your conespondenfs letter *'R«.ad to Ruin" mu*f 
echo the fhoughi.s of ihouKands of jieople whose small 
savings diminish in value at an aiarming rate. 

After >ear* ol hard w<»rk and economy, thev M*e the 
results of theln efforts swatlovi<vt hy an inflationary 
spiral that mock* their vell laul modest plan* for .security. 

If a child placed a dollar in ln» money. Ixtx f«r awhile, 
only to find it had shiunk to r>0 cent.* value when he 
riendcfl hi spnid It. he'd nevei get mei it. With a look of 
disgust he would piohatily say he'd t*ecn cheated, and 
that all ihrs "rainy day" liusine.ss hed listened to was 
Just so much eye wash. And he d he so right. 


Fre ;'(i Voters gave I*remier m the fight again, along wiili For the first time slm*e telle. 

scores of new ones which France has scrap|XHl the 

I repiesentation 

month. ' ■ ' .system under which the voters 

In all, about 400 tickola h»ll';"''l l<.r party li.la ol <-an. 

have bean ll.le.1, running un- ‘'J "'1'’- """™’ 

. . .. * M9 di'pai tmeiu.s. The chance 

der auch exotic namex as primarily to slash 

the number of Communrsis in 
parliameni- 


w I no ot er iiicorne. A1 .m> fur thoM* on small fivinl in* 
comes and many employees who have no unions to look 
after their intei***t*. Most of them aie not enviuuK of the 
steady and often sub.Niantial incnNisc* that union em* 
ployees cei hut aie jusi woined to dcaili U'cause they 
cannot keep tip wnh the niniinimus acJditional cn*l of 
living that this vicious .s|ural unfortunaiely causes. 

Suiely It IS not bi*v<>tid the wii of govetmneni sir union* 
to enfoire .sunie sy.siem of price conimls. rather than 
pursue the exKting methods wiih which we ate all -so 
weat) and painfully* familiat. To a tcri.iin extern. I ff*el 
such contjol.s wntilrt pioduce » siabili/ing pmiod wherein' 
up could stop, brejiihe, citch up again and legaiij the con* 


Charle.s de Gaulle a landslide 
confidence majority of 80 per have popped up in the past prfrpoiiional 
cent In a national ivferendum month, 
on his new “strong man" con* , .. 

stitullon for Frant'e's Fifth - . 

R<*public. The vole was In* 

terp'relcd also as registering ..j ,hp,.,y 

the nation’s oveiwhelmlng ..Hnn,.u^ 

condemnation of the Fourth ,, 

Republic, with Its 14 year w 

record of 26 ineffective govern* • 

men Is. 

The voters are completely 
hewUdeivd and disappointed. 

The reKUlt may he heavy ab- 
stention* C»)mpared with the 
85 per cent tumour at the 
referendum. Political leaders 
have warned that a high per- 
centage of abstentions would 
give a big boost to the Com* 
munlsi.s. 

On top of all this, the voter* 
have not been able to dis- 
tinguish any hlg issue* be- 
tween the various nonCom* 
nuinisf parties. 

The Algerian war still re- 
main* Fiance's great national 
Issue, But the nation i.s wall- 
ing for de Gaulle himself to 
settle that one way or 
another. All parties say the 
Although vulually all war must he ended, hut none 
jMiMes exmpi the communuf* nf them • except the Com* 
rlaim tn he "(Jaullisis " the muni«t* who want France to 


Skin Itph 

I< ufir. bt'inlihd, plmplrt. 


I< ufir. bt'inlihd, plmplrt, 

Krrfm* llrhiiif. H. flkin P>uMk«ik, 
Acnt. Alhl*U't FmiI. IllftcknrtiU r.; *:fd 
Blotrhfk (•mb*rr*u rou. try M.XODFHW 
tonlfbl. Work* *tul« joo »Wp. I. Cuiti« 
lUhlnt. burning, uRAriing to t Btauin. 
) KlIU msnr ■•rnu. often th« r*xl tguk* 
ol tkin (litordrr*. 9 K«lpa bool ibo iklOt 
ooltor. omooihcr. ligbUr A«k your drug- 
gist for NIXOUICRU lodoy. aotufocUon or 
money bnck And to cKu your okln onit- 
MpUcAUy UM mXOOKIUI Modlc*ud8oA». 


Today, the voters elect the 
First National Assembly, or 
lower house of parliament, of 
the Fifth Republic. 

But most Frenchmen are 
eofdu.seti and di.sUiilied. They 
frankly do not know what 
Iheir vole mean.s. 

De Gaulle htmself j« not an 
issue in the iamp.sign. He i* 
standing itloof and above all 
parties In the position nf the 
•'the nation's arhiier'' which 
he has chosen for himself. He 
almost certfiinly will »)ei-ome 
piesidrnt of France m tlie 
Fifth Republic's first pn»M* 
dentidl elecimn on I>ec. 14. 


PREMIER DE GAULLE 


.standsi aloof 


JA.MRS BAY HOTRL 

Dinner Nightly 
5 to 9 pan. 


U.S. Honors Fuchs 


Our 9'fit R»d Brgnd Bt«*kt nra 
lh« beat. t*rvM on a lisuiai 

6 lAlt»r. iDiltidoA Mu*hroom«. 

oUirn grrnch l*rn* VrgrtuM* 
Chi>r* Salad. RoU sa n|a 
and Biittar I •09 


Mav t diaw attention »o lit'e plight of the almost for* 
gotten Ihnusiinds nf jyeople w Im live m misciHhle isin* 
dilinns. often in p*m and without hope. These aie the 
displaced peiMin* who still live in camps ar.d nut of them. 
In Euiope 

Canada hax h(s*n ni.ule tespoiisihiH fni h«‘fi lending 
tho.se wim live in the piovims* ,,t WuremtsMg Wcsi i let- 
many. V\'e do this by individual "adopimfis' of fatmlies. 
Already our Vlcimia hfaneb lia* compleiely adi«pi»‘d one 
camp and half nf anitiher. Hut Uieie are thousands more 
of these unfottunate ihy no {anil nf theli owni pt'opie 
who b.Tdly need to kunw that .vnmnwiieie in this world 
theie 1 a lusi one person who take* a le.il imcic-*» m 
them hy wnting lo them ami irjUlg U) get to tiuun 

and their need.s 

Next Uednc*-day. Nov. 26. ill o<tm* foui and five of 
Christ Chinch Cathedral .Memonal Hal! at S pm. Iheie 
will be a meeting of adnptcis and anyone inieiesied M»s 
Guthrie. iec»»ntly leiuined fiom a vlsli to mu ramp, will 
apeak, and there will he two CN films siiown. 

Any one who might help us in this sciteme eiihei by 
adopting by rlonailons or by executive woik would he 
more than welcome. 

'Mrs' K P STONK. Piesident 
Adoption Committee for Pi^piaicd re»-.ma 
• Victoria Blanche 

1573 Wilmot Place. 


Die iniicpid Kiitisii expiorm* !>ti i-ilcndiir days'- uiu* diiy un* 
WJio made hisioiy s fiVat ovei- scImmIuIc. 
land ciossiiig of Anlai.ti.A Amid the mo-t nevete hard- 

has ls*.*n awaided one of Am* Common* 

wealth 'rianH Aniaii III* hxiHSii* 
lion liMik meteurulogU-Hl and 
ia|»hic homos. giavliy nbseivaiiim- at fie* 

Sir V IV mn k uuis w >11 ie< eiv e ,pM*iit Intervals, and l«ned 
me .N.UlOfUil Geogittplu. Sim holes f.>r mmmtuc sh.dn The 
< lety 4 Hotibard on Feb* Biliisheis Npw Zeal.indcrs. 

iiiaiy h when he visits Wnsh- South Atiican.s, and Austia- 
ingion to leil itie siorv of h.s luns liiouglu hark a we.dth rtf 
lu C‘.‘:L.':UUiuu bcWuUIiu iulutiu.-? ' 11*1'.- «a>uu: 
H.ih. tho hosiile wmir i*uniincnt. 


BISINRSS I.CN( IIEON 
KVKKV DAY 
IS nm>n to 2 p.m. 

AMPI.R PARKING 

270 Government Street 
rV I 7151 


HEAR BETTER 


Annituiuing riie awaid. Pi. 
Meuillr Bell Gio-vrnor. privsi* 
rltuii and ediitit •■{ the 
DohHl lh.ii tlie llnl)b.iid Medjl 
li.i- hreji given onlv 17 limes. 
It w.is lii>l >lHo-K m ]!bbi .ni<l 
hi'stowisl u|>on .Kdmii.il RmIm*.! 
K Pe.tiy. disinverer of the 
.\oiin Pule, lor hi* Aiviic cx- 
ploiatioii'' 

Sir Vivian's gandling tick 
a< i Me White t-oimneni. via 
the ."Uuitn Pole. ntiHineri vvliai 
Sir Finest .'siiarklrion h-i-l re. 
gaided a.< "the last giatid lanvl 
journey left m man. ' 


A mg paiiv wa* 

led h\ .sii Kdiniiiid Mill*it;.. 
lltc f.tmi'd mcmite! n( the Hi r 
isM hivcie-' F\|KslMiun which 
ie,«>>vef| the lIUhiMid 'led'll 
fi»‘ It- lOiicpiest of the vvoilds 

highe-t pe.tk tn Id't.l. 

Sui. »• iiie medid's presenra 
tion tn Admiiiil I’eaiv it has 
b(*en given to such tiail-bl.*' 
ei-< as Rn.t|d Amundsen .’■'ir 
Fi ii,is| .Shack leton Vilii i.iltnur 
Ste|.ihs-«>n, Adnuial Rtchaid 
F BVrd. Cohmel I’harics a. 
l.mdlHu gii Lirx'oln FlNwnrih. 
and I'onimaiider Duu<d(t B 
M.m.Milla' 


EAR-LEVEL 

HEARING 

AIDS 


**S«ve b? Mail”— the National 
Triial wav. just till in the miqum 
below and mail with votir tirat 
de|HH>i(. ^c'M aenrl voil fiaas biMtk 
—cheque IhhiIl wilh holder — and 
•lam(H*d. a'ldreaaed envelope lor 
each mailing. 


EYEGLASS 

HEARING 


Moral DctvrUpration 


Fntiy years have pau.s»*d since* tiie First \V#uld War 
and dunng tin* time a girai deal of pingre.ss has been 
made In the various field* of endenvoi. yet tn spue of 
this the threat of war is gieaier todav than ever befo«e 
There are many reasons for this hUuhIiimv. hul it 
seems to me that the mnin ones ate spiniiial and moial 
delenoiation. as the need of lhrs«« quaiiiies i* moie im- 
portant and exsential than anything else in making a 
better pe*»p|e and a better woild 

WTiether this condiiiori can be Improved Is doubt- 
ful. due mainly tn modem living and arilfirlal pins- 
perily. These have made people woishippeis of maieiial 
things rather than spiritual and many have hem me ».o 
self-centred that the old-time spini of nelghhot hness has 
almost rii.sappeared. 

Yet that was the kind of sociability that brought 
more peace and happiness to the world than any other 
thing. 

TOM CLARK. 

Royal Oak. 


Now Onlv I Hv n' l Wf i anri i 

K. F. MacIJVREN 

Sii Werl8*Fi«0Bi Aeaittieea Triisister 1958 Medals 


The !2man Fuchs party 
brtMlrd arios4 2 l'>8 uiichait«*d 
mill tio/en mtle.4. md>le the 
mote dange'^^'^ b.v hidiien 
ciev.iH.Hcs ind blinding while 
nut* Tlie tick from .''iiiukl«- 
ton Rise on the WisldeJI Sea 
lo .>is»lt Base <m R--.- sea look 


SMALL CARS 


Del 6/.170 on your 
Savinjis Accounl 


1 Tha nr« Acoattlcen “•umr’* Raaroarnti a a«« marriag* 

el M>c,ag and * 1 * 10 . A 4-craait»tnr initrucnent thaca a« »lim a« meat 
erdlnar? «laMr> COMrORTABI J*.. NOiaS-PHKI' AXD 97nCIICXT 

mARINO’ 

9 Alta— W'nni Miureir la tha rar No eoMa’ No tubea' No riolhM 
BoU*' N« aura B>-ttoBa* Ha^« you avrr «uaed far a hrarmg lift 
In the ihfatr*. cburcb. meviai, or wbila la a groua roavenauaa. 

TMw I* rr 

3 AMS — Tbr "erIralc-Car ** 8«ii>rrter hearing better Uting. (Ntrn 
amarine "Hp for nervr (teafni’M aad ilon PuUiaoding }ob far 

roNUtCTtvr HrARixo lohsi.h. 

4 Vtedel A?tV>.S TRANStSTOR* ^nr tha moet dUftrutl raeee Oper- 
atei for i.lM luwre from ooe email oaiterr *nie airangeet Inetru- 
ment ever made br Arouetlroa 

i. Matfel OMK — Kereorr Deeignerf to aid mlOdle-Mr deafatea Wore 
with 'he aspropriata Aeouturoe. thU receher let* >-ou hsar Pilh 
tMthing ta rour eat 

* Weget 494^3 TraanUlor* uae> eolr "ne ttar baUerr Total root 
tor 3S S-hour dar* onb 2kc iMOih Lignter srteht beaiiijr «f latirti- 
meni uee it under oar wrUtra. IS-dajr moan-bark guaranieo. 
•t;i.M. lit Soon. It* moaUi. 


NO DOWN P.W MKNT 


This new higher r*le of interest ■ 
willniske)uurMvia|»grow Utter. ■ 


. KLECTKir LIGHT .\M) TKLKPHONE 
BILI2S P.W.VBI.E .AT BOTH PLACES 

McCall Oavev Dru? Co. 

IIM OooeU*. flap file H.ll 
■ nmitmm Corp*r Mtli.iOe end Shrll»*>ur»a 

' Shelbourne Dni^ Store 

ebanr IV «.*loa 


A.M. OfwoM 


777 Fort Stroot 


DrlOery 

Servic* 


Factory Reconditiontnl 
TRANSISTOR HEARING AIDS 


Coldwell Off Today 
On India Mission 


j National Tru^^l Lompan^, 727 Fort St.. Vicloria 


far B FBCI. Coa.allatlan oa apt of Iba abate MadtI. — eiieaa ar 
Wm» far a HOMS AeeoiHTMEST. Abt«l«lalr No Obllialloal 


* ''Stint* \rcnunt to my name sod msil me 
rbetiue booL. elr. 


*rhara it a raaa»o who more people avert dae are hioing Acou»Ucoo-b 
prove II to pounall wiUi our rRli: la-iiAl HOWE mi.41. 

IS-Oor Moner Bark noaraaioe oa Mo*t Modala 
Canadlaa rrkea Hama a. I S..4. 

• BATTI.RIM AND CXIBII* rOB ALL MAKF-S OF aCABIN'O AIDS • 
Raar Budget Trmu. Oanarout Trade-in AHe»anre 


Air CoBdiUoned 

srr and Ht VK 

“SllSIt TO RRMt^IBER" 
hraturing 
JOHN Dt'NRAR 

tarv lirtila aad Tlotalhj ternao 


And Elmer Roptr of Rlmnn 
ton. foimer Alberta CCF lead 
er. would have met and gone 
t'lgeiher to China wiirre Mr. 
Roper ha* had a standing In 
vilaiion to visit since he wa.s 
presldertt of the IL*d Crn** in 
Alberta. 


By KKN KKI.LY 
(Canadian preno Staff Writer) 

A . grey * haired gentleman 
with something nf the air of 
a reiii'ed diplomat headK for 
the Far East this weekend nn 
a United Nations assignment 
that he regaid.s a fascinating 
challenge. 

With him M. J. Coldwell will 
take an open mind and a firm 
belief that men can perform 
no greater service to -society 
than in local government. In 
his job as rhairman nf a UN 
commission studying commun 
Ity planning in India this out 
look is likely to prove a big 
Bs.set. 


ACOUSTICON OF VICTORIA 

EV 2-4524 K 


Aidrrt' 


The 6.*)-year-old CCF leader, 
looking fully recovered from 
the heart ailment that le<l him 
to cut down sharply nn hl-s 
activities last year will leave 
Ottawa today for the weM 
coast en route In India. Kt>lIow- 
Ing the I’N aasignment he e\- 
pecta to return to Canada via 
Geneva where the mis-sion's 
report will he written. 

India wants tn preserve the 
•ncient basis of community 
life and to encourage the peo- 
ple lo build a new India on the 
fundamental principles nf hti- 
man freedom and rollecllve 
effort. 


Attend the 


TUESDAY, NOV. 25TH-8 P.M 


CENTRAL JUNIOR HIGH AUDITORIUM 

(12M Fort Street) 


MEET THE DEBATERS 


DR. J. J PFrrscH 
• • . speaker 


ERIC CHARM AN 
. • . moderator 


The UN mission will try lo 
evaluate what has been done 
to achieve this fundamental 
objective. Great stress has been 
laid on lnrre.xsing India's fond 
Bupply in feed Its millions, 
many of them living near 
Blarvatlon. An effort also t* 
being made tn ht ing India Into 
the industrial age. 


DICK BATEY 


GORDON CAMPBELL 


FORREST L SHAW 


COUN. LES PASSMORE 


Mr. Coldwell narrowly 
missed a trip Into Red China 
after his w*ork in India is com- 
pleted. Had he been able to 
return across the Pad Me. he 


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CmuuVums Mo (muso to 


Junior Rocketeers 


(Jaricalure in Music 


WIWIPKd (Cl*) HaiinI disiTimiimtiun prac 
ruMvtanlly in ^ tinadian xorial and husint^ss activi 
!i«*s. a Cmtod Nations official said Friday night. 

I>r It I. Ki**'iilr\ (ti 
rffti.i jjrttrMl of ihi* I ■- Tr. 


f»«Mnniti on uiman roDii^rhood, 


(old a oMifcronci* on tui 
miin H«ln.< ih.ii allhutiuh r.m- 
4<i<> duos m*t torimo pruoiirr':. 
oxot-uip ononiips (tf the m.iti* 
m raiiy on sIosoia ptarliros 
still in lhc< uorld xho 

h.nl nn rcitson in h< .'•rniiK 

Ho viinl ihoip i< I'untimilni: 
1‘Milivni* of ll•lli•lnu^ i.icul 
and siK'ial diarnminalioii in 
I'afUiln 

’I «m llioro arc fi>ti 

many C.iiiarll.-ms liko ihr man 
v^hi) has liiK »s)M»»'ieni'r untliM 
siu-h ronirol ho sri's imihlnR 
ini otitiMiiUK in KoltiR In ,i 
I’lnlsiwn ihnivh on Sumt.i>, 


anil on Mmnlay blai’klmlllnR an 
npplirant for momhrrshlp in 
hi* rliih h«*aus<* thi* applicant 
is of llio aiimo ra* lal ongin as 
our I,on1. himself,’* 

III* I'llrd ihf* rase* of the 
seiMiiar) of ihe Cnlipil Stales 
lir.i.sury lioiii,» <U*nu*il admit 
l•ln^•»’ at a ('.'in.idiiin clult l>«* 
imiim* fio uas a Jyu- and of 
R'il[ilii» riurii hr a .Nouro of 
fhi«l of the I nllrif Nailnn*. 
hriHR refusoil ari'ommodailon 
in a Monlfpiil hoirl 
Hr ».nd another case In 
point «a.s the .situation of a 
Nrfjrn t'anadian in a small 
luwri who led a protest aKaiii.v 
•liscrlmmation In piihllr ser\ 
iirs. Mori the ca.se in court, but 
lo<t his Jut) and later wa-. 


ill snuipcfiiT and piTKluied a log 'Fithitiver Concerto for 
fat I.rindon tidcphonc iliuH'tury Conduciur and Orrhe.stra/* 
as his Ki'oie Hofinung. cap<*rinK about ltk« 

Then ciosh’ Hoffnung’.s ^ ttian derrtenied, fought a 
Interplam‘lar)' Musiial FcsiiVal t»‘‘ton duel with the pianiKi and 
.‘•‘iirifd. Jf’f the orchestra stuck on two 

A fat boy hlujted a 1-md -A" notes for two mm- 

flown the spout of a uaienng He ended the piec« 

can.- A girl thumped a rowdy 
iM.id bammec. a baby, 

u... ,u ■ t • llie i-apHi'lty audience, almfist 

^ , , . , . helfiless with laugh or. also 

mate In^iiumenis as well in t j • » i 

. ,.,rt . . . , . , licaid u iH't lormaiice of a work 

Itte JJOniere orcheslit vshicli / . ... 

... t >oi II re.s>rders, cow be s and 

iihlil.'j ded be seicm* dlgOltV 

P... O nu-ivsed popguns. 


.So .itfachi'd is Mi-s. Frank Stomy. 
inri Cirecnwood. to ihis monster 
Boston fern that she is now coasider* 
ing moving to a larger house, just 
to accommtMlalp the plant. Four 
years ago it was four inches high, 
now it is more than five feet tall and 


eight feet wide and sUJ( 
"M's eilfiiT cut If up or t 
larger house. I think HI m 
Mrs, .Storey, who i.s a 
British ni'tri'ss I’h.sllk < 
ti’hoto by Kyan s Studio i 


Jimin Waves Jammed 


REG. STONE 


Taki*% <«real rira«ure In 
Announcing 

A Grand Free 
**Lowrey" Organ 
Concert 


MOM OU iKeiiler*) ~ 
^\ork ha* started on ||n. 
hiifiding of a town nn ^los 
ei»w a oiilAhlrf*. |o he railed 
Spiilnllk. Wtien contfflelfHl 
in IM.1 Sputnik will ha\r a 
poptilali«in of fi.S.iHi« 


.rr> .Some 
one* jamming ihe brjin wave* 
he’ween here and Callfoi*nl.i 
< 'r else. «he dre.»my-eyed 
hiojide m Potuicton just len t 

imcrcsieil 

Real estate biokor 


In It'iiria lo .Mia Kilwn 
Wd.Min at the Pmiicton Bo.itiJ 
of Tiadr. Braga ,shppt*d hi‘r 
the pasaword. 'hlari. 

(iatus. ' arid U'gged her to ‘ 'p 
find the woman with the mm 
Karl hie ihoughi waves 

I have no? gc.en up. he 
wrote .vimifting hi twcri gci 
ling the woman* teirpaihir 
messages for two jear*. He 
want* tier lo confirm her 
“mental bioadc.ist. ' fot a NhiK 
he > writing on Ihe .subject, 
IICtCKtH l.\K TKFTII 

Among the clues Braga ha* 
pii'kivl up In the messages aie 
that the woman Js belw«‘en 39 
and 1*'. blonde with ’'dreamy ’ 
greenish blue eyes and hregu 
lar leeih 

She may l>e .* divorcee .<he 
lives in the gahlerl upstairs 
room of a home ne.ir a rail 
way irat’k and she may move 
*oon bevau.se the trains aie 
racking the house founda- 
tions. 

Approaching another teje 
pathic l» always a touchy mai- 
ler. Braga wrote, b^auve 
some periple lend lo “huller 
nut,' 

But he's convinced hU me* 
-sage* are getting through. He 
Just wants Ihe blonde beside 
the railw ay Hack lo slop being 
shy. 


Opel 1 w;.s kui<l<*<l by opei.iijr 
‘■tfigeis fiom t’ovrnt tJaidcn. 
Lut> I oi'isl .\.iii«ins came iti 

for It. loo. 

I'ompie.ei' M.ilrolm Arnold s 

V k»-»l -fitfre w.i the T*N 
JUflged the he%l ii»»m on 
the p;indemoniuni pr'igr-im 
sli«)W«’d four hrav.s tvinils 
storming li> Imm four differ- 
eni <lo«»rwii>.s of the hall. i*aiii 
playing .-t diffeiiod niait'h. 


THF n.\TK: 

\e\l Thurs.. Nov. 27 . 
TIIF TIMF: H p.m. 

TIIK Pl.AC’F: 

Holy nuHl House. 

O'lrint III. nvnin. •ill tr.iurs 
Mth hlmi.ir, »n<i Oar pgpil. 

in t■valll« Mlf- iiimi 
Atmmo«*l. ATTHACnONt 
errson.l .pprir.nr* «i( 

MUM tXJnOTHY COOK 
PrrMin.lKy asl (rMU “TtirAtr* 

I nrirr I'lP Star* ■ 

PlU. p.>p..'..tr Vi ;--iia rtAOloa* 
AUJLS MtBBVNU 

No Tickets Required 
Admisslnn Free 
Everyone M>lism»« 

The “larwrey” Organ wifh 
FKFK l.F.SKONS obtainable 
ONI.Y at Bernb* ToHer 
.Vltislr Studios, 721 View SL, 
K\ 

Cnme and Enjoy a \^'ell 
•*OK*;\Nlte,r EVENING. 

Re^. Stone 


A tom ic 
Rocket 
1 Kiwi 


HEARING 

TRIUMPH! 


Graham .Steel, former mean- '7.* '■ ‘"n 

i«t artd rhoiimasfer of fhrtst ‘f 7, 

Church CaihiMral. will begin 

the new year wiih a.jiew p«b • • * 

at All .Saints' Church In Wmd- Hing-i w; i he pu\i‘d after .* 
.vor. Ont. meeting of the M...icnld PTA 

He will le.vve with hi* wife ** ^ pm. on Tuc.sday m (i. - 
and family “somenme m iv- school auditorium 
cembiT." he said yesterday. * * • 

Mr .Siceit lesignod from the G.tmes will be piavt>d »•.,! 
rathediai following disagree, refreshment* seivr.l following 
ment wlih [Van Htian Whit- a short business meeting at 
low over choir policy. pm. lumortnw m the H*>lm'*rd 


WOMtty 

Mla»r 

( am ; 

Varirn . < anw* 
eUiatl. 
Vise 
Vtinaf HcrbaT 

V > s e 

4 Kll 

V Ira i( •» • 


Freedom Kiids on 


★ Sun. 30th Mon. 1st ROYAL 

2 GREAT 4. 

^ rtenr)} /*fu^-Jl»er ; 
Acfldenf 

9 1 I^lM; JniwPI A Condurtar, 

Cal<jary f 

CONCERTS Orcheifra | 

Choose fi 


Hearts Skip Beat 


MODEL FOR MODEL, 

YOU CAN'T BUY BETTER 
QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE 
AT ANY PRICE I 

• lO-Dtry M»A»y-|aib Casranttil 

• l-YMrWorrintr.prMl if Ovolityl 


USED CAR? 
MORRISON 


BONN- Germany il’PI* 
Kvriy one's heart xeema lo 
skip a heat when he croMea 
the bridge at Helmatedt. where 
freedom ends on the road to 
Commum.s| . aurrounded West 
Berlin. 

^ At Ihe western end, VVe»t 
Orman police and American. 
British and French military 
police have their little shack.*. 
In.specilon there is cursory, 
often indifferent. 

Not SO on the eastern sulr 
of Ihe bridge. There the bar- 
rlen are raised lo let only one 
car truck or bus through at a 
time. 

Allied soldiers or civilian of 
ficiala hand their travel orders 
lo a .Soviet guard at a special 
box. He withdraw! behind a 
ruriain; It always takes a long 
time before the documents are 
returned, usually without a 
smile or even a grimace, and 
one drives on. 

West German elvillan.s. 
foreign tourists, or anyone no* 
connecird offirially wUh the 


om the 

iarfea«i«e/v poptilar Intorntal Sriadag Atternoon .Vyw- 
phon.. 3.00 pm ... Grand Monday Sientng Strnpfionp, 
B 30 per Featuring our Rant Gruber end the 

★ entire Victoria Sumphong Orchestra-^ploping 
the grand mutie 0/ PurceH. rfchatkomifci, con 
fieenree*. Alithaud and Snesco. 

Studenfe ^B//. price /or the Informal Sunday 
A/ternoun Symphony. 

Tick.'fH: SI.’W - *I.7.S - $2.2.> - S2.7.5 

HERE'S AN F.ASY Il'.-IV TO 

I A SAVE 25% ON YOUR TICKETS 

Huy a Season Ticket ... pay /or « on a 
^ "N mon{/»f|f badaet eccounf Satan’s ipllt be 
0/ad to arrange it through the Symphony 
Bor Ol/ice. 

Phong EV 2-7141— RESERVE TICKETS NOW 

EATON'S SYMPHONY BOX OFFICE 
Maia Flaar. Heait Firiiihia|« Baildtag 


Seven-T-Kitchen 

CHINESE FOOD 


EMES ELECTRIC 

1122 Blanshard RV 2-A4 


coMeLfTS sTorn or R4TT»nus 

ASO AirtSSURIKI 


Haler will be off, or at the best, pirnsiirt! very- 
low, in the following area.s 


ELCEE 


WEDNESDAY, NOV. 26 

Between 1-5 p.m. 


just 

published! 


All areas arijarpnt to the bland Highway helween 
Burnside Road (near Theti.s Lake) and Admirals 
Road. All View Royal area.s .south of the Island 
Highway between Knollwood and Admirals Road 
inclusive. 


Chinese Fooii! 


Greater Victoria Water District 


WIIKKUNG. \V. Va. lAPl— 
The widow of a Wheeling 
physlrian wa.* being examined 
.'^turday afi.T the disc-overy 
she had Used two years In a 
bouse «*ontaminHied by the 
deadly ray* of a little radium 
bail. 

Robert W. Schramm and 
Kenneth W. Karey, physics In- 
structors St West Liberty .State 
College, removed the radium 
actually smaller than an air 
gun pellet fn)m the home of 
Mrs. Joseph T. Belgrade^ 

The woman's husband died 


about two years ago. ami .*he 
told the iwd West Liberty fac- 
ulty m«nl)er* one of her sons 
earned the radium home In his 
pocket about that time. Dr. 
Belgrade was a dennalologlsi. 

After being moved from 
place to place In Ihe house. Ihe 
radium inside a little leather 
box ended up on a basement 
shelf, beneath a frying pan. 

Mrs. Belgrade called 
.Schramm Thursday to ask If 
the college wanted to buy the 
material. He fashioned a lead 
cylinder and went to the Bel 
grade home. 

Schramm said that when he 
arrived with a (lelger counter, 
Che needle on the equipment 
■•went wild.’’ registering ,T.(WO 
counts per minute In almost 
every room of the house. 

•Nchramm said exposure to ' 


Corpgralitn #1 thg Township of Esquimatt 

NOTICE OF ELECTION 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

U ut th« ®I 1 b* Monklptltlt ot toqulmali ih*« 1 

molr* ih* e( ih* a«id flpciohi at ilia Uunu-ipal Mall Smui- 

niall. nn MntidaT. lha Im day af Darambar HM. a( lit* baur of 
rcinca In Ih# toreaoan. tnr lha purnna* «( akdtnc itaraon* to tapraarnt 
iDCtn Rf 

ill COUNCILIORA TT»ra* ili In M alaclatl for iha «aari iDit arKl 
IM4 

il' aCMOOt. TRl'STWt Ona il 
ana nse 

Tha Ma4a at Samlnallaa at ran4l4aU« *hall 8a a* rallav* 

Canai4a<a« (hall ha noailnalaS In wnitnt Sf dula aualui*4 
aiactnra at tl»a MunKiaallla. TYta flontinaiion papat ihall Ua drUtarad 
la Lha lUtutiiint Ottirrr at ana tima haiwaan tha data of thr* nollcf 
•THt naan al (ha dar ot annunailnn Tha notnlnallBn n»ar tia In 

(ha farm praM-rtbad In Ui* ‘ M>inl«lpal Avt and ihall data tha noma. 

Of<ui»atton at tha pai'OQ namlnatad In (ufh n>annar ■* to 
iiif^na.lPflila idaniifv lurh ftndltlata, Tha nnfulnaiiftn ptp*r ahall ba 
•uSacrIbad to by tiM candldaia 

In Ih# a.anr af a i>o 1 l ba.nt oaraiaarr ii>ah pall am ba opanad at 
Vo<|uitnalt OB TUiiTKlar, iha Ilth day of na<aoiftar, tIM. at tha YoIIbw- 
inf 

.1. urmcTfAL HAM. ntQftMAt.r lUYan, tor toiart «ho*a namaa 
appaar In Sarcwn Ona at tha Vo'ara |.i*i 
*J» At tOS MAfCiri^wn nOAn, for ooooor 

tn •ociMKs of iho Voiori uo 

>ToSy*V *" SrOMT O CT-OCK A M TT> 

ITOirr OCtOCK ew or »hlrh a»ary |i«raon ti rverabr raquirad ta taka 
BPUea and |«wrn lUmiair arrardlndv 

HAJiD at BHUinalt. SC. IMi ITth day aT 


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historuni, Margaret A. Orm*by. Over A M 

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colour and black and w’hitc. A book 
everyone will be delighted to own and M 

proud to give. 

ArXOEiK.VPH PARTY 

You Are Invited tn Our 
AuNigraphkng Party for Or. Margaret Ormsby, 
Author nf BRITISH ( OLI'.MBIA: A Hiatory, 
On Tuesday. November 3<1tJi, 

St 2.M p.m. 


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BIT NOW AND SAT’E 
Will refund money If not ss advertised 

Phono 
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EV S fi.W8 


VICTORIA’S ORKHNAI. 
FISH AND f HIP SHOP 
HINt'E 1917 

ISIB BROAD STREET 

Tht Flntst In 
Goldtn Brown 
Fish and Chips 

ORDERS TO TAKE OIT 


Pbnoa 

Day 

EV 4-6924 


elmer gtil trio 
SHMH'tX) — DET. 4 


aakraa iiaucK. 

fUtuniind Omcpr. 













On the Record 


Swn<l«v, N««tmbtr 2], IfSf 


PRA(fl K (K**iitt*rH) <— .A (V.wh wlui lHnu;ht 
himnelf a yai'ht niid a fpu other liivtiries on the 
proceeds of relief pareeU %ent hy triemlH in the 
West who thought he wa.H starving has been 
arrested for eheatlMg the state of SO.tMMt crowns 
(lM.‘’00) in taves. 

Tax evader (t. ftiichler sold the contents of 
fhe parcels and treated himself t<> a vacht. a rnotor- 
ryele and a refrigerulor and hanked lUMMt crowns 


\Ve 4 iMes 4 iN.v — i oitirsiiM, 
KI<>«nor llorr with Ihi* “Vlcts- 
OTshiRers," SI. Mary's Parish 
Jtall, \ah> Street. H.IA p.m. 

l-'riilu>, Salunlay — The 
•lohn Kioerson siiiarrs at the 
rrtii-resslve .Irtlsls' Cliih, 
i.HO.V Wluirf Street. 
p.oi. 

Satimluy — • •Pose|tli PmiIi. 
violirtlsl, himI Arlt'iie Mtii* 


Ky »II>I TAilA)K version that could become as 

.lust when I wa.s RcltlnB accustomed to the lancuage some of then higgeat 

of mrlinary high fidelity, they had to ro and invent s<-itbey'» Khseo 

stereophonic reproduction. '***' Band have a line Instru. 

Alter months of frusiratmn of the room. ’?****’.' ' ‘ \? 

I WH. finMlv to there tweeter- J American effort of 
mg and unh tho heM ^ American 

of the high fi hends. hoi now meaning Iheie he around 

with steieo the hio thine I m»l.v one set of Wiggles nil aome time ... Another new 
, J n ^ Murphy, who 


lliMise. K-tO p.iH. 

Nin. M. tier. irtoria 

Svm|ihon> fniirlh coimrl. 
Henry I’liihker coitdiirUMg, 
a p.m. iMith> aiMl K.:to pm. 
(Ut). K«i>ui Tlieiitre. 

Il»*e. I— .t»r/ socli't> anni- 
ter^nr,\ e«nn'i*rt. timer 
unit Buddy I.Io^it trios, C hih 
SiriM'eu. H.:tll p m. 


Like a great many average enuipnieni, hut .stereo rcoids 
clods. I had only the vaguest ''«nnot he pla>er1 on a standard 
Knowledge of what aleien. according machine, 
phonic reiorila were, or ••veil . * * * 

wi>at the wnid meant Afipar- much for eriiii’atlon. Now 
enlly the Record industry As- to snnie of the new recnids 
«"■ i.nimi of ArneiK.i recog Because it's almost Chrisl- 

'ti/c.s the piotilem, for li ti.is nias. and hecau.se veeotding 
» ume up with tile ftiilowtog artisis like money, the 1 ace hav 
official tfefmlttori of a stejeo- slarieti t<» rome up with the hig 
fihooic di.sp. C'hii.stmas novelty ie<’oid. 

"A tine siefeophoidc di*. You know ifie kind. L.»si 

'Cl/. id hn^ two distinct ortho- \ear it was ".Imgle Roll Ror-k ' 
gon.il moduialinos derived h\ Riihhy Helm.s that tnok'lop 
fjorw an oiigMiallive recoidiog honojs. (Rhera in the past 
in which a minimum of iwo hrtve been "ChriHimas Piag- 
sepjt.rti.- cliannel.s were em- -raptain Santa (.‘laus 

p|cw<»d" ,,t,d His Reindeer .Space 

Theie, that wasn't so haid. f'ntiol." and "Rudolph Ihe 
WH*‘ I’’ Kvervihing dear now 7 Red .Nosed Reinderi." 

I didn't think «o either. Kur- Now we have Sheh Wooley. 
iher :: -carch c.imr up With the who has mine up with one 
following mfni matinii, this ihai is hard lo h*»at In the 
lime In hasic, undersiandahle ndiculous title detwirimenl. 


Vic High Corrals 
Talented Team 
For 'Lust for Life ' 


Foto-Nite Monday 

a BIG CASH OFFERS 


1st 9800 — 2nd $500 
.Srd 9175 

*12.000 raid Out to Rate! 

. , . Ami On (he Screen . . . 
Anorher Big Uouhto Riil 


Viohmsf Joseph Pach shaies hill with pionisr Atione 
Nimmnns at .Saturday conceit at Holviood H<*usc. 


N'irtoria High Scimol JS mat Movie pl.ivs \ irecni \,mi (.•> 
Ohalllng both evperienre and the impicKsionisi p.itnt 
talent for the production on whose pfe iiic p> • dcje. 
Pec. 5 and 6 of the thiet*-aci f>raei.c ,ue Pciuu Ti.sdall f' 
plav, "Lust fre- Life" lone Mooic f-laii 

I>irector is Thomas \V. H.'ihaiK Swatuiell. Audi 
Ma.Vne who pioduced Ihe sig rutner a'ld •^-vlvi.i M.ii" 
pally successful t'emeniual ''''*1 -^..^.0 iron'. : . p 

Pageant this ye.-.r, Siagoig foimance in diania f 

In the hand.s of the same art- 
ists Mr and Ml'S. Ken Rhsun- Al«f» .difie^nng 
field who.se setimgs .so en- Anuti Atone Hi 

hanced that pioducimn /\«si- f'a|\ ||><i-r!(t n.,. - 

tani diredOfs are R H. Rrid -'tasiM t'.«i-ie .M 
and \V. I... Hardie with A. ‘iitfln' .fe;:* n.v- 

Fo/goid as stage manager, Klaii*e Hold Ptulbi-.. 

Theie are 19 in the cast Rill CJ.irkc .<hanui Ju 

amt M.na llo„vi.in 

I'urtam umc xr, 1 

kets aie f-::iii a 

VH.> suiiicrii . 

hundieds id c:-:- «i <'-■/- ,i--- 
01 hy ph'M , -c= tv 


STARTS MOMUA 


lovelv 


- A»*fa-«inr.in« HMRIOW 
anaNfri •> «pii «. Mnr.';.--.r--- 
Ciltt *f0 OfSn M*''in rr|,r#.*n> 
ib» fr'fpt »»»’lr nifffrent ••>gni 
fr*n in iM« int«rpi#>aiinn hI Jr* 
• in « nr<i sfItiRi na«P! 

SUo vtsrnni Hop* l^a«* tno Ha;. 
b*r« Rii«h 


well known ''Mci 


PiiMi'cils from 1 ! 
- - ” '1 in *1 ,sci les 

M l ;. • I Cl. I, ji H' ,;i 


Gorcj Excitement 
Coming Fi tin Fare 


etavsf viiTt sritivt Tivtr- 

rOR THIS v||«IH 
OSr •HOHISO tun Ml. Mr 


I ne i f.r .\ . i .• < .u Id - - .-M 

^*-1 the of IT' - • If 

pi D-iiiciions lor the halatu'e 


HOU.YUTKifv . NANA' 

Kan maga/iMr ed-?-”-. wuh 

Oitdav de.idiines in 
which anyitmig can a'td dues 
hapjnm hefoi e lOev w.« me 
newssMods too oft«>n wake up 
s< reaming. 

And ili!< has h*’i«n a p.n’icu 
larly upset 1 lo^* \ ear One mags 
ZMie came to n-. , a wih'K 

oi .so ago hlanng a ‘Loviog 
Family" angle on [>ehnie and 
Kddie. while another pf.vod ifie 
proiilem 'AVill an academy 
award help h»Ml |.t/ * 

break’". This article relencd to 
her widow hooi. not the Kddie 
Oehbie upset. 

I..ast June Jeff RicSaids .-vnd 
hi* pietiy non piofesMonal 
Wife, Vicki sc-p.naied. ir>en 
weie reronnhti in August In 
a fudges chamhi-;.. Roth oe 
gan .smipg a mainage coun- 
si*|or. Now a )usl • i.s-.ucd 
petiiKlical -cream* a co\er 
headline "Hnw cnunseltmg 
saved our happmevs.’ hyhned 
hy .leff and Vicki. 

Too laie a few weeks ago 
they spill again and with fat 
more hiiietness and noiorieiy 
than before. 

One haggard editor figjjres 
he has Ihe answer Tl he p j ; ? t.-'t: 
involved should sign affidavits 
sweating they will remain (led 
to their current apouses. at 
least until after the maga/ines 
bearing liding* of thftr bliw 
are sold out. 


AiioriuT out'^ttindirig r’oncert 

M!---: plate on .kaiurday eve- 

at llolyioixl House. ’PiK 

»he cenleniuiil piniiv-t nf 

li?e V'cto;*.;! t'hapter. the ftovaj ..7, 

»'of -^iva«oiv of Musn' Alumni V* ' 

, • in Maiih h\ Jeienrc J*»"i 

' 1 1 'I I 'f'in , 

„ . , . g'»n. '•ep.K.ir.- mies 

fie .irii-t« will he .foveph ' . . 

P.. . «n,t A,lr„c 

Nirnm'- piai.isi , . .«■ * 

.... . . w ./ » •• torn»*«ls M\ ; 

Ine f.tvt n,A of the pi.v 

eiHin - dcvoied -o two sona- nn.|.,M,v 

t.o MoliM and piano. Mo/- IJ «r..; r 

nr . .i No t in .a .M.i)or 

iii't* Hit pj,^\ -i Will b 
at;d • • of the Belgian com- p,,. ventral 

{irtv.-. ( evar Fiflfick. There will be a melocli^mn 

A delightful group of piano -ijuje - dueceil hv I‘ele 

snl.lv o|M.n file seinnd naif of Unwetl. loiiell.e. with ^^yrr\ 
Ihe p. m IM. lielmg Ro i. ^ -The I'aif B.*fme Ih. 

fwM'Uiful "Je^u. Joe of M.ihS )|,..nse. ,n.d -t di • ’Tti' 
pevii ipi.;- tv^o WHli/es of ftio. a„,|ier.’' biih dticcted hy 

pin amf two prehid. -; hv the rtmothea House 
outvirfMiling lontempoi at y pro. ei^ds (lom Ihe PtN'eTn 

.swi- cn»niM)ser. Frcr M ir»in. pr.-sci-f-' <o lo chd< 

•Mr. I'n.h con.I..le* the re welfare funds 
ciial with 'Prael'idium and * * « 

AlJcgio" iRteisler' "Nigun' I’ovis of 1 . .umn le 

‘ Rloi Ji ' .in.1 • .X. her/o Taran- mam an oosia.-le .. The at 
telle" . Wtenaiw.ski larigernent of students' . - 


Baseil on IHIes of m.ihun pirltires releawsi wltjiln 
a period of 10 davs. tliealre marquees this winter will 
aiM.iin.l In svmhnis «f gore and eveitemenl. Here are 
a few |mlM><|Miekcner>; ••The s<-reaming Skull." "Terror 
from (he Vear .'.OOO." "Vlurder ReiHirtiMl." •■When Hell 
RniUe IjMise." "Ihe Spider." "Re\nlt In Ihe Rig House.*' 
"I Want (o Live" (depressing saga of a convieted mtir« 
deress who goes (o Ihe gas eharnheri and "The Brain 
Fjvters." 


CHARLES NlCa ' 

COBURN -PATRICK 
WENDY HILLER 


Is Calsr 

SUrrInc S'tUlo W««4 h'd.. 

t4 W/Bs. CUlr* Trr«*r. r»*r*(l* 
SisBa. C»rBi>s r*SM 

ria> Cartsas 

nasra al •»« 

CsBipOo rracrasi a« * M aad • M 
raalara al 1 M asd ■ !• 


lie Li\ed and Died 
Like Janies Dean 


PIT S-^OAN f’RAWFORD 
Rf>S.SAN0 BKAZXI In 

“THE STORY OF 
ESTHER COSTELLO'* 

fraai iha Sstliar mt lb* vfs**(. 

TUr. < ai »:|. AKV ' 

.vr i.aa • « ti • T'^s 


mFOXm 


HOLI.YWOOD API 


Tom 

Pittman whs i*onsidered one 
of Hollywond * most prt>mNjiig 
y.'ung acinis. 

Like (he tale James pean, 
he was moo.lv a hrihitue of 
coffee houses Mo ncvi'c owned 
a *“111 "I iieviM CO any place 
where you .‘lave to wi*Ar Aut>« ' 
lake Pean. he h.vd only one 
In\p speed. Both owned 
porsi he Spyder .spiuis cars. 

Pean died in his jn a crash 
three years ago 

Pittman s caieet was Ju*i hc- 
gimung to roll. Knend* say he 
rained >'t least Sf^MNlO this 
.tear He ap(veaied In The 
Pmud Rebel with Al«n Ladd 
and on 'fVs Wagon train, O- 
marmn and Zane Grey 
Theatre. 

Then, last Halloween, the 
2r»\earold actor disappeared. 

fie never showed up at hi* 
apartment after leaving a 
party at the home o! Norma 
'Jiuart, former wife of actor 
Ki'efe Rras^eile 
Piitma/is father, TV -radio 
actor Kiank Allen, filed a miss 
make Ipg person repoit. Alien (•aid 
Ins sf.n, wlm*-e real name wa-^ 
Jen>- Allen, liked to drive 


Police dended to check fhe 
giade* in Ihe Hollywood hlii.s. 
Al a sharp curve, ihey found 
a broken laihng. In the IV) 
foot ravine was the wreckage 
of PHtm.nn s sport* car. 

In it wn*. the actor'* hodv. 


THRATKR 


Virton.^s Iifr.r f’s.ili 11 tie 

^ vuih the Toinnlo 
M.' Nsoiin i 111 in their 
annnnl peifnimance of Ihe 
-S'— .,i>- .V Hall. 

r>cr Ih :;’id 17 Ol .cr w>!o!«rs 
»n. lud.» L.*, - M.i: t-rl'. who 
siicg t.i.!;cr tins year with 
iJio Victoria .'>vTnphotij. 


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Trains 


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WAUOISHETS 


jazzmen 

Mark 

Birthday 


HOLLYWOOP .ITl' Paul Thoice " T\' xenes "That * w h.v 
Maxev. who^e J15 pounds and I ff«n^ niy home in Pa-ui 

Ihrr.. in Ihr .hn,iru-,l ^"<1 •'>«'>• 

world make him one »f the Mnxpy. who alternately re- 
biggest actni's In Holly wotrd, .semhies a retired tackle and a 
siudir.s sciipts in a nice quiet seierie. stout Havanan '.•n 
place a busy railroad station keeper, began the railroad \'ictruia .i-» 

The plmne* '■ingmg all the imn hahii five nr si* yc.irs it. fn-i 
time at home * said Maxey. ago. It has worked out very- 
known lo million* a* Mavor well for him. 

People* of 'The People* ‘‘I'U go over about 7 .'W) Jn Kimer Gill lii.i Imm 

the evening and stay for atmut ha>s been cho«en 
f ' 11/ ' f ’ hours'* he said 

MjXItVftS *** trams always <|id so to pUy a la// . 

/ when they come through, they Tlie tiio, 

If f IF give me a break fioin working. pornMt hy Hiuldy < Hover 

rr #ilf*fS "I can rnncenfraie at Umi 
* station, even If it i* on ilie 

A note of fnieiest in all jlnr i know the sched. 

writers and. pat licularly , to 
playwrights ap{M*ani m *"I'he- 
atre t’nnada," n/ficlal puhhea- 
tlon of the Dominion Drama 
Festival. 

Writer* may aj*ply to the 
l.'RC Peparlinent of Kxtension 
In have their script* expertly 
avsessrd either by the Univer- 
sity finglish Department or. m 
Ihe case of play.s, hy the Play 
Wrights' Workshop 
Play* of outstanding met It 
will he recommended for trial 
produciinn at fhe Fredeilrk 
\Vor>d Tliealie and. In these In- 
stance*. a small grant will he 
available to permit those au- 
thors who reside outside Van- 
couver to attend rehearsal* 


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I SHOW STARTS AT 1 P..M. 
Feature 1.19, 4.00. 6.01. R.02. 
lO.O.H — All (hiidren 


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. . . and all their hard-lovin’ female*! 

RORKKT W.AGNFR - D.AN.A WYNTKK 
IFFFKFV III NTKR - IIOI’K I.ANGK 
BHADFOUl) DIIJ.MAN . SHKKFK NOKTH 


aimive! ary wi 
concert I)i-c. 4, .imI In i 
the iM'i-asion meinorahle the 
ScaUle 

ax the fust around mountain grades and 
I happen gtf»u|i impoiteil fnini the 1* S. might have gone off a road. 

K’letv ismcerl. 
which will he suji- 
men 

at On* t’hlh .Siinrco p«>f(nrrn- 
ance ciHiH:^ a large following 
in Ihe Puget Siiuiwl area. 

ule* I know Hatty, the station Multi talented imiislcian Gill 
master. I have lots of fiumds i« etiually at home at piano and 

vibraphone atid enjoy.s the ex- 
Maxey, who has appeared in perlcoce of having an IR month 
some 70 mniion picture* a* well lour with the Lionel Hampton 
as top network TV .shows and ham! as pianist anci singer, 
l>erform* hKally al Ihe Pasa Me anange.*. «*omf>oae*. 
dena Playhou-se. said Ihe rati- plays and sings with equal suc- 
road alalion happens to he a* cess roiinting like moat mo<l- 
Interesting as any theatre, ern ja// mUHicians on sound 
•There's always something training plus vaiud exjHuience. 
going on.” he saiif, "And of F'lmer's sidemen w ill tw Pave 
course, a railtoad platfoim ha.s f'ol«>mmi on drum* and Al 
some of Ihe w-orld's most l-arkln.s. bass, th#» latter an 
powerful drama you'll see any- alumnus of I’ealayly Con- 
where, Thai'* because there servaiory of Music In Raid- 
are *o many farewell* and re- more and Henry "Red” Alien's 
union*. Rainy ('ity Ja/7 hand. 


Honrs 

Ojren 


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SOMETHING 


ROY 

1 HEBPEN 


'JEWELER 


Choei# from »ur 
l«ra« SflarciP* ef 


The warmpKf. niifst uay to 
My ••Merry ChrUtmas'*- that * 


day fclu)ppln* expe<1irions. To 
keep you towarfj that the 
Jewelry Industry I’ounrII 
ju^t Issued its annual ('hast- 
inns gift round up 
Known for expert gift rfui'i 
wlitiK. the roumil has pte- 
viewed C'hrlsrmaa gift* m jew- 
elry stoies across the roimtiy 
and has cmpiyed with a Ust .-f 
gifts for all age Ktoup^ in 
piaclirally every prue laiige, 
There are jewels lenl and 
svnthetic. styled In new. Ivemi 
tiful pieces for wnmeit n>id 
handsome ac<Tssnrtes for me.t. 

There are shelves of silv*’r 
holloware and many flatware 
suggestions to please ihe ho<i 
and hostess on your gift li-t. 
The preview hlghligltis briefly 
Ihe treasury of gift ideas ni 
your Jeweler's, mviimg you to 
pay a visit soon. 

FOR Tin: l.AIHFS 
If there's a s{>ecul lady on 
your list, you 11 find that jew- 
elry or walrhes have a magu* 
appeal, whether she’s sixtwn 
or sixty. She appre«‘taies thr 
flattering personal > omplimeni 
expressed in a gift of jewelry 


• Watches 

• lHafii«»n/U 

• < rystal 


official' 

c PR WATCH IN5PCCT0R 
I lOOC &LAN.SrtARX> St 


Modem designs have come in ihe v 
•tnd nulciials never s<>en before 
vMiclit of fiisliion fu set a whole 
(viiisciutiv Women wlin want ihe ni 
Jeweliy .stores are invihng _ 
vmi. now. to visit them Uus 
vveck and '•••e 1 |M‘ s e new ^ 
walclie.<> Nulional Jewelry ^ 
W'eek. which opens loit.iy, slgni ^ 
fies tiidt your levveler is rearly ^ 
to make your Oirisimas shop- * 
pnig a }'li-asute, witli wide arul 
v.iru'd Kelocliori^ of waUhes. ^ 
lewt'lj' :i!ni silverware You ^ 
are suie tr. fi-ul siulable gills 
foi evi-ryone on y<njr lint and > [ 

suitable III any htjilgel. wlim 
you make your favnilie 0L 
•Jewelry stoie your rtirlsinia- > 
shiiptiing fe»Ofe ••• ^ 1 


^^^9 '^9 

DIAMONDS 
• JHWHLLKRY , 
• WATCHES 

,1. ■ ^ "A * ' S|M*«dalno* in t\aleh ^ 

Repairing by a Swixs 
Wairhnisker 

Fnnl N oting, l*ro|irlH«r ' 

SWISS WATCH SHOP , 

I lti;*)A!> ST. KV S o 13 1 ; 

9 > t 99 ^^9 -^99 ^>^9 ^ w 99 ^^^9 0 


llie way we view ihe heari ofe\cr 
UiainoiiJ ...(j/n7 yr/vf \of/ mone\l 


Before vve -ell a di.imond. wc cvaluntc il with this 
xvicniilic diamond instiumcni. Wc see the ‘'hc.irl** 
of the vionc...m;i 4 :niticd and flooded with lielu to 
icveal every detail. I he /h«of(i/u/u» 7 »e is .ivail.thlc 
only to us, as Rff:,stcrcd Jr^ elrrs, Atucnran Cent 
a f tiny It asvurcsyuu of full value when yvm buy 
diamonds hctc. 


win IS III « nnaiia toilay. have l»ei«iirie artistiv ,11 

suggcsiinv; lust the rig'll fN-n 1 - ■. .»i hMsl- 

ma- slipping l.si, ;i,e,e a,e the heavy iiia>culine pen<v, 
that .sinok of thr business iye«K>n. ilie prat in a| pen for 
the saUoi rrpiesenl.Tlive wlu- needis lou mk supply and 
a <le|t«-n-lal'Je '.vrmng insimnierii mat wtui't fall at itie 
• uuirtl of cenmg the i.niei. And lii:ht. dean, 

bright pens for mother and d.iuc'iiti ii. pul In tlieir 
putve l>rljt.iie dainty w riling per •- 'hwi .ire mdispensihle 
foi leph to foimaj invltatiiin* puiing down shnjiping 
li«'- amt perhaps even vvming masu Tm»es for ’‘Sis' lo 
the hnv fi lend 

■flu irwrlri laii ai-o a.K;v - :i a p*.., (or the high 
school M-nior u»,o tm - a large siroug hand, develnja-ri 
from tossing »he foott«ulJ around, Tuen*s n j»cn to fit 
every peisonnlifv ihr imiirf rji,. arii-iic. ihe prn.tnal 
tlic ihn vve.it n-Wilei*- 


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.NooH.ll t'lin.SlfT!.^*^ l«eri|or» 
for Itii- fii. ii.l'rra of M l.uKc s 
iJOl'ji l.'luh will hr held her 
ih Ihe Parish Hall stanit g 


Cultured 

Pedrl 


>1 \M F.A(TI KI.NO TO 

the: tk.ade: 


FOR A LASTING > i5 
CHRISTMAS GIFT . . . ' 2 
GIVE JEWELLERY O’ « 


eternally 

feminine 


< Iiliitred I'earl Ne«kleU. front 

( I'earl Karriiies, from 

< iiHiired I'earl Itings. |lih. from 

( ulliirert |*i>iirl llro|i on inh gold ehalr 
( iiMiired Pearl I linkers, 'i siraiid. from 


• (jimlilv Diamond Kings, from ^TTi.OO 

• .Xiaskn Black Diamond -levvcllcrv 

• < iiltiircd Trarl NeekleLs, from 

• Signet and Dnyv Kings 


( itnvenieni 
Terms 


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The Distinctive Gift Choice This Christmas Will Be 


Attractive laN-keta. Crosses, 
Pi'iidjints, Krtu'eli'ls ami 
Karrings in lOk 

IxK'kets. from V'JA.oo 

('losses, from V A.OO 

Brareteia. from . emv.oo 

PendanfR. from tgo.oo 

P.’arrmK)i. from . • H.PK 


Cultured Pearls 


(lifts lo lie Ireasiircfl 

f‘.arrlpg.<. fmin • 5.00 

Pendants, from $ 5.00 

Necklet.-*, from HI 9.05 

Bracelets from • 17.50 

Ring*, lOK gold, from . $ 9.95 

Brooehev. from f40.oo 


SPECIAL 


RINGS 


5-Piece Tea Set and Tray 

Reg. SIS'I.IM). 

SFKCIAI. . 99 

S-Pr. Tea Set and Tray, from $19.95 
Others to Sl.tHHI.(K) 

Silver Plated Trays, from il7.50 

< 4M-ktall Shakers, from 913.50 

Camlelalirn. Hors d’Oemrea. Rnlreea, 
Rose Bowls, Kir. 


Roy*’ Signet Ring.*, 
aterllng Rilvrr. from 9 2.50 

Boys’ lOK Hold Onyx 
Ring*, from 9 9. PS 

Cioni*’ lOK (Inld Onyx 
Ring*, frri/n 9 15.00 to 975.00 

Cent.*’ lOK' (k>ld Signet 
Ring.*, from . 910.00 


lAidge Ringa 


Alaska Black Diamond Jewellery 

Kvenlng Pens and Penril.s. Clocks, Cigaret Ca-ses 

and Lighters, E«lertiir Hhavers, Dres.aer Seta, 
Wallets, Manicure Sets, Ktc. 


WATCHES 


(’hiK)se a llepetidahle 
.Vamr UaIrhJ 

Rl I.ON A.S, from 929.75 

UITT.N’AI K«. 
from 924.75 

OMKf;.\. frtmi 909.50 

loidies' Diamond-set 
Match***, from 939.75 

R*t>s’ 17 -lew el Shock 
and Ualer-Realslant 
NNak’he*. fmrn 917.50 

ladlra’ 17'.fewel Siin*'k- 
ReKixtaiit Mali'lie*. 
from 910.05 


Diamond Ri 


lailif**’ King*. 

from S4'2JNO lo fl.005 
Diamond Se| Wedding 
King*, from S2&.M 

Men’* Diamond 
Ring*, from 555.00 

Diamond Ket Wedding 
Ring Rnaemhle*, 
from $57.2NO 


Free iasuranre certificate and 
sterling silver presentation 
case with rings illustrated. 


captured forever in the brilliance 
of a Birks diamond 


Available on Rirks Budget Plan a.s Ir 

down — balance In convenient monthly 


LAYAWAY FOR 
CHRISTMAS 

As Zdtile as SA.OO Down, 
55.00 a Month 


TOfiOOR YATE>* STREETT 


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DnUll Viclori*. E.C.. Smi., Nov. 23 , 1958 0 


Recalls ooden Ship Days 


0 to Chvst Fund 


WEEK Nov. 22 


Grim Life But Good 
Says SO- Year-Old Ta> 


2 The Most Appreciated and | 

2 Lasting Christmas Gifts Are 3 

2 s 

I Gifts From Your Jeweler ? 

Ti I 

t ? 


Victoria arhnol 
trnchrrs havf anawortvl a 
chal|pfi;je hiirU'd at thorn f<iur 
monihv bro by JuMin H«r- 
lM»rd. (‘ommunlty (*he*i Fund 
I'ampaiRn chaliinan. 


boon Riven to the (’he*t by. 
Iprtchors wfirn payroll dcdur- j 
tion money U turnod In this ' 
uK‘k. The hfiurp represents ' 
mute than wwii limes the 
amount Riven ld*f >rai. 

On .Iul\' iJl. Mr. Ilurbord 
t"I(l the (ireaier Victoria 
hchoti) iKianl that only S7HI, 
a "pitifully amali propnrlinn.'* 
was eoiitnbutei! not of n 
learhei- fiavrnll of mure than ' 
JUKXi.OiV) l.ixt year. 

The avetaRe uas only 67 
cenl*{ aiiinri" -.rhool bo-ird eni- 
pIoyee«. he .saut, 

A I'hesi hjHikesman last 
' iRht saift the nniprtiRn com- 
riilltee i- "e \ r c p i I o n a 1 1 y 
pleased" with the supieut 
teacher* have Ri\en this \ear. , 


On Christ mas, 1897 


it a lonsiant je/iundef of your lAouj/it/u/nrij thioughoul 
the yeor. 

Choose from Ko.ve'ti ('nmplele Selerlion of: 


t< iM > iM-fc *<OlWul( dO li 


•>tSo«1 »rfN't •rtk Ml* 


By MAKCiAKKT K. TKKBKTT 

ALnERNI— Every spar is in correct proportion 
and cveiy line is in place on a model of a four-masted 
ship being wmpleted by Joseph Quayle, 80-vear-old 
veteran of steam and sail who has carved and assembled 
the ship as a memento of “a grim life but a good one’* 
in the British merchant marine service. 

Ihile nnd hearty as, an oW “ * 

saiJnr ahould be. he now lives and deep-sea ves.scis. One 
In comfort in his nwn *uite at of hls voyages was aboard 
the home of hi.s son and the Castle Lino's four master, 
daughter In la\^. Dr. and ^t^s. Rowena. when the crew wa* 
II J- Dombrnwski. 726 Olcn- away from home for 23 
••idp Road. .Sixty-eight years months. On Christmas Day. 
ago. he left his birthplace. I8j>7. the sailors scraped roilen 
Whitehaven. Cumberland, to ship's broad and picked out 
start the adventure.* which pro- the maggots before making 
vide the warp and woof of hl.s their dinner from the crumbs, 
niomones The hme Juice rations had long 

He vpf-ni M years on coastal since been gone. 


Bulova 

Omega 

Rolex 

Gruen 

Elgin 

Longines 

Wittnauer 

Gibraltar 


All <h< fun >•* iiuii Jrlwic iirui^i. '’2 
<)a>i «< nu nvwf xi'ti iri4|i rtiui..' t .j 4 T 
< j|.ic»ni« III M>« 4 u ti;r< Sunr'b lutU, 

vriKV rtiicrtd-oinfM AU I >rM (>«v\ dint 
pinrii i.i voiwtiiM'iviJ Htvk iu>« vnMe 
rhuKf h.t<Mnfno(laiitin« vr vill aii'ljtir 

'Wat r*w*« m*. JOCn SiQfl 

aDU 40U 


I/>west official tetn|»eiatun* 
M-. Mfilril to North Amnic,i 
was HI bt-lms /••Tit at i^nag 
aii|H)ii ID the Yukon in 1917. 


.An AM hi 18, .losi ph Quaslc of AIbcrni sailed the 
high MNi.s in sailing “hii*-, Now he re-rrcalos the 
irnft hr knew in models ronstrurlctl to .scaio.— 
il'holn by Margaret K. T'eii«'fi t 


watch from $10. (H) inAim'd free against 
loss or theft for one year 


Geo. Paulin Ltd 


.Sea Via.slied 0\ 


PASADENA ROSE 
FESTIVAL TOUR 


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lh<- K<‘piit.-itiim” 

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KV hlKH 


IF YOU OWE HER A DIAMOND- 
Make This a Diamond Christmas 

Before Vou fcuv flOV d>itnwnd t<ng. j«r R/m-'. i 
standing seleihon of : 


First of Series 


fiom Peru, bound fnr Dunkirk, from the tunnel and kept their 
the Rowena ran into a storm eyes on the wake, 
which lasted for two dny.s nnd Ho wa.« on a tramp steamer 
iw'o night,*. At one point the which began to break up In 
rrew look to the rigging a* an Atlantic storm and had to 
the sea washed over the ship, turn and run before the wind, 
burying the hull. Another time, returning 10 

The last mgs of sail were Swan.**cn from the Aegean Sea 
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Vancouver Canucks were only one second from getting both 
points at Memorial Arena last night hut they should he moi'e than sat- 
isfied with the one they picked up by holding Victoria Cougars to a 
2-2 tie in what was probably the season’s best Western II(K‘koy 


NV\er li^l^ to get aliriid m 


though thoy witp the b.Micr ^nnuoKi lutce ana lira liwm 
cluh jn lht‘ last half of Ihp *'''*<'<*• 

.s|wdy game, ihp Cougara tn'<l OAMK 

ll |or Ihp second time af Jft 59 nlghfa game ojwMiecf 

of the thud ]»eiunJ to climax InaiistiMClously \Mift 10 mimues 
an all out .Hlx rnaJi attack M.tu«'h of clo*e checking. Miainhl> 
S4*emed to have tio cfiunce of loM-key. Ih»*ii fM*<ame a spretjy. 
sm-<a*edmg when ('.imickx end ommuI affmr wMh acaiceiy 
clearerl the pu«k Into the cen- ^ lei up m tlie 
lie zone with only 10 t'dnuck.s wcie slighlly the 

left. moi(‘ «l.uigei«»U'. cluh in tlie 

But the Coitgais got ll iMt'k fir.ti 30 mimites with theo 
over the tilue line and Koto •kiu' ime o{ Ted lt-«ni[»>m,, 
Sclixi/zi baited ii g<»alWiitrl. Me| Peai*^<in and I'ettny 
Somehow. It found iih \va> liele a p.iiii>-‘d.ir )iinh)eni Jop 

the C'niigai.H. Hut tin* Virt.in.i 
cluh came uri nod nnly ,i ro»»-. 
htn^tinn of had lu<‘k and ti.ol 
juioiuing kepi It fiom giMiiog 
the lead 

Al Nichols, ip stiof W'i<te 
hemg p.i.—ed iri h\ tlor-lic 
Hawoilh, tienige K<i|rf 
the goal h\ fiTt at'.M I’.ni 
K.u<er pul him in me 
With a ihiimgh p.iss II.iwmiI>, 
’*bu itie pui-k along Ihewiwil'* 
length, of t.'if go;*Mm»> ti\ 
f'« lu*nk d int*i an ooei. ; 
and dl^^o^l eMM V Of I : t ‘".j,- ,i 
had a chance In •.i'«»re 
S4-h<j '/i g'd na, I, tiio ; 

petoKi goal *!.->• , I h\ JJami* 

fKKssI KK 

1 fitw «*v s’. .1’ p. :• ..... 

|W»/1 jl,-. .!<•. idM|id af O.'J II 

Ihiid ivcriod w iic‘f» N, , , 


Sva.'l* I* 

Vin. .. !• 

Bp»kan« 14 

VinORIA II 

N Wixtntlnxr II 


Banum’AO 

4*«KlUM>n 

W ui'iipvg 


lai*' men* > K4'». r ; *• 

VICTOntA 3 . 

•i Nr« Wr*'min tet I *»» •> ' 41 
Winoiprc 3 •' ■ 4ij«r’ > 
Sr*i isinr. Uwl»\ VlCToniA *' 

VMirauvrr. hiaion'on A**''>* 


N AMOl V h R (( !•»— The 
niil«itaiuhng plaier of Ihi* 
\e*r — >e| til |h> nuMltal— will 
kick off till' <*re> ( Mp guiiH' 
hrre Nm. *9. The Itiietimn 
of the year will hold the 
hall and Ihe niii«( oiilslafid 
iiig i aoadatn of the .\ear 
will nneUr the kick. 


Amo/pmonl of KHmonfon Kskimos was clearly 
iPCKioiY'rl on faces of (Jray and roach Sam 
1 Jp _\p*-|pfd.iy as the I*^<k.s look a 23-7 trouncirc 
hom \Vinnif>Pi; Rlup Bomliors in final gamp of 
Wcipin IniPipmunLial Football Union final at 
Winnipeg.— I UK') 


through the mob m fiont r>{ 
gnAlk»*e|K'r Bruce i;.imble aiul 
Into the net. The yell thdt fol- 
]owi>d when <Me re»i ligh' 
sniipiuMt on would luve done 
Ctedil to twice ah m,ir.> f.uw 
iS the plus !*xi in iittendan. i* 


It wa» the senwid jont nt 
Ihe gume f«»r .<rli‘-u‘/i. etid'oj 
A M*oiing slump lor the \ei 
I leran who 14 m<ue .it home o., 
'jefiwnig than llw* cen'te .-poi 
he been A'-ke.t lo play m 
mrtny garner ihis sea'*on 
Rul the Ihilllmg lie f.ided to 
help Ihe Tougar-s gam giound 
on the .tccnnfl plai'e C^nuik^ 
4nd exiendetl \’iclrui.4 winie..< 
4tieak through >esen games 
five losiies to K.i!<iein Hivi'ton 
rhihs hafidwiched hetween iw.i 
••e< with the t'aiuicl^^ How 
ever, it mdic.ifcd agaui ili.c 
Ihe Islanders c.m hoM then 
own with Alt Ch.i|iiivin's 
I club Aftei lo}»hig the xui-oi. * 
op«*fier on \'Anrou\er ice. 2 .1. 


nut;- 5. 

Then t i;i-% • . 
after ceMM'f a i^o.-il me i . 

VII' seeme-t l-. lei ,|.iw ti Alid I! 
<‘\r .ip|Mnrfvt lo have w.." 
g.inii* w h«’ii he ".invj ji 
ds two I'/Miguj- f.iic-.i in< 
Jiltli1.imenl.iis ;ind l.nieit 
bln<-k him Old after .» f.oeon 
in the Vh'to»i.=i ,o.iin frrt- 1 . 1,1 : 
the puck gnalwAfd and w..^, ,ii 
l.iwe.i lo fnllno up f|ip|um: It 

pfl'i petirfier on Ihe 't.c)ii side 
t OI i. \KS STOIOI IN 

I’nugirs eouldnl cet pe|. 
leiiei out «»f th<» tii’is, f.if ,i .vi\ih 

aiia- ker tjimi mere were o,;h 

».H se.Tonl' left rhP' si'umiti 

the \'a»n ;joa| inr ju -.j., 

ond' AW A long -Itnl mts-. 

op<*n goal hv \ iti|. lost p,... 
Walt D)t/en session a fe%k u*<v,n.is nlii r me 
fateoff f.if (l ing then f.d the 
break lhe^ n*-f.<(c<i when il.r> 
WC ^ I were allowed to .-arn themn k 


Bom bers Elim inate 
Edmonton Eskimos 


Familiar fiifurp on oily links and 
probably oldps? caddie in (anada. 
William "Tilch" Walsh. .301 Sirnroo. 
was ptirsuiiiff his favnrilc paslimc 
ypstprday al Cedar Hill Golf Huh. 
Tbp 82-ypar-nld VPleran. who has 


appeared on Ihe American (elevision 
shosv •'Whai’.s My l.nip?” ha.s a burn- 
ing amhiiinn to '‘shord his age." and 
is nui on rour^p lo lr.\ whcnpvpr hp 
Rpls op{>ortuniiy. — (Colonist pholo.) 


WIN N I PK( i — WimiijN'g 
Blue RnniU-’rs. gelling the 
jump iMily and u-'ing .t 

ntggetl di‘fcns)\p uiiii to 

hold ji. irimmed Kdmonltm 
FNkmuK. 2”-7. heiP ypsicr- 
dav In f|ualif> fur a Mh und 
NiiHighl (iie> Cup meiding 
with Hamilton Tigcr-i'aC. 
ncM Saturday in Van- 
comer. 

,\ « t 0 i| of 15 ■ 

•h,r»ogh ■ tie..vs .*’!>wtnll 
\S .St idi'!m lo w.--»i 

Rombci ‘..!»e the derldl.'^ 
j .i in e of m«. i.f Miiee 

U'e»>.«. n Inti t jnovmci.ll Koni 
h.ill f'Mfin fi’rd tn A manlier 

ih.li left no doubi of ilunr 

MtJ.. . 

l.INb P!.\^ sTORV 

As WHS me i'ise in the fi -3 
iwn grvrne^ whi»n fit'i the 
Bomber* and iheti ih«‘ F.'kitro' 


'tetd. 1 % i ' i. t by Toronto Aigonauts 
1 the hue Afir-r starring in junmr foot- 
nhed all bdll wiih Parktlale Lions. 
*dfies.ri, • fhjtier played loday about 
lerd.iy to HQ turn's more than he did all 

"inlmton 

feel i«m| ennfifirnt about plav- 

nl\ nine 
held lo 

1 yarn*. r.skimo roarh .skim Lyle in- 
»he few ’I''** h wag Van Pelt's 

n enough h ‘liat ''f’n for Wlnni- 


in Spokanp la.st mgni. anti m artion of linie Ainie 7^"' 
finally downed the Flyers, schmaui/. An Jones and Arlo 
fv3. to stretch their lead CJnodwin All have been Mde 
to five point.S in the west- Imed by injuries since early 
ern division of the Western in the Aeawm. 

Hockey League. Leftwinger Hugh Barlow 

Don C'hlupka tied ihe score the league a top j»<s>ier. ntncherl 
at .1.1 at Ihe 15.4.5 mark of the hi.s Mih anil UiJi goal* for 
third period with his l.lth the Royaia and also tlrew an 

goal of the aeason. (.'ummy assi.st on a goal by Max .M» T.f». i 

Burton put the Totems ahead Nab. Fred (’reighton got the ....a' 

to stay with his second goal of other .V/'w Westminsier goal. 

the night and Bill Marfjirland Frank Roggeveen and Jeiry ' n 
scored his second at 17 25 to M<iinyK scoiwl for ihe Flyers, 
clinch It. plave<l the game without 

Ching Johnson. Blinkv Achtymichuk and 

Boyce and Max Mektlok scored Oiachuk, both out with / ^ 

for Spokane. injuries, 

In last night's infer divisional ^ :« 'T 

play at New Westminster, the RfHlKIK SMINK.S 
Royals defeated Kdmonion Rookie goalie Don Camplicll '• 
Flyers. 4 2. In Calgary the played a sparkling game for 
Stampeders pulled within four the Royals, handling .12 shots, 
-points of the prairie division 1.1 In Ihe final period 
lead with a 5 2 derision over At ('alg.ir>. .•>iampodeis ran 
Winnipeg Wamors. their unbeaten .streak to five 


nti the 

huiltiHcj^ John V.u«M'»‘, who 
«m|y two loucluiowns 
.:II fur the H'lmU'i '* . 

r,mu‘ ;.{» VMih hi.' 'tM'diuf two- 
*n:; r.dovs r, ji«>] lonnance <»f the 
p'lsnli to icu.i the S4**»iing. 
gii.iMci bark Jim Van Pelt con- *\- 
\cit»..l ..ir-i; n> : ; M * .trid Kicked p^’, 
a f'cld goal aiHt two amgl»*H. Vsih 
I- ' ' M.i. K fharlii' Shep.ird add- 7.^^ 

I*fj 1or»n* slnglrs Oil JUilllS. 

P\RK> K St OHKS ►”*- 

J;u-;;-.c Parker. hiiMtereH by 
h*i". o'uisi’d lib* and used ? 

a»- A flanker on of- ^ 
ferivr •‘•jed Kdmnntnn's only 
toiM-i iitwn on n 29yatd pavs 
pUi\ |i:’m Getty in the fourth 
1 ) 11.11 ter 

|il-'\ed havoc with 
m<‘ t-'-kinm iilnck. culling nif 
ve\cfiil di‘\CH and putting the 
hIcii f»i»mia'is tn scoring jmm- 
ti'Mi scvcial times. Kdinonioti 
fumbh’d four limes, losing 
thf''’. 

t'o.ich H'ld tirant :-Ttd later 
III the (l:c'-=ii;g ro3»m that the 
Ti»'.<K ••-.ini ja'vsihh tv any 
l•oll^r•,il Ihtiri tin* Lskimns.” 
and lidded that this year the 
IVMti‘s‘ 1 ' should be tniury 
fico lor Ihe Cuiadwin final at 
\'»ncin>s ei \ Kmpiie Stadium. 
f.lKMi PtmKK 
Me w.i« paiHtiilaitv enihusi- 
nslic aoout the play of potiei. 


Miwnxros t. %>w wr«TWlS4Tri i 
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HA.MILTO.N (CPi- Hhmiltnn Ticrr-Cals coaklcrl 
more or comfoilably in Ihe Kaslrrn C'anada fotd- 
hnll championship Salurtiay. sfnkinc nirl.v and late to 
defeat OllawH Rough Riders I‘l-T and lake Ihe lv\o- 
game. folal-|>oinl final of the Bir Four league .M-14. 

A Hamilton crowd of 15 07] 

turned out for what w:«s vu r i. -ti • , i 3 

iiially a foregone mnrJusi.m ® 

the Ttgei (’Al. to put their . 

• dry I’up Utle on Ihe line next 

•Saturday in Vancouver. v '' 

VS'ith H ‘J5 p»ont maiglti to .. r:. .on*-*mfc. 

work on n« a re'^uM of la.sl 
Satunlay s 3-57 win in (Utawa. timkii ui «aT»a 
the Tiger-Cats wete never in J ,• '-7 

anv danger hut had rough p.m- ,oiktii gi imt»k 
•M gc against the ambitious. • ii--' «« .rt - 

Riders 

TAKK <05IMAM» KARl.V 
If there Wri< any doubt about 
the TicmIs hcnditig west, i( 
w,»s tflspellrd In the ojteriing 
quarter when they moved into 
X mo lend wiih a field gr»a| 
and a converlert lourtidnwn 
The score stood until the third 
quarter when quai let hack 
Russ Jackson ran IK yatds for 
a touchdown, converted hy 
Gary' Schreider 

Steve Oneschuk kicked h .15 MOSCOW Kelowna Pack 
yard field goal aflei three op; defeated a Moscow ■ aeleri " 
minutes of play in the opening 

quarter and the Cals were on >e.|erd.iy as 

their way In another three >heir five game tour ended on 
mumirs they had their lourh- « ''•I* mulual 

down. fullhHck Gerry Mcl>»u- rc'P**^''- 

gall swet'plng thiouj)li a hig Soviet roach Atwitoly Tara 
opening in the centre of the aov termeri the Packers ‘'mag- 

Ottawa line for a 63-yaid ninceni luKkey jilayi'r-s' al Uie 

touchdown romp com-lu.sion of the final game 

KK KRn COWKKT at L**nin .Sports Palace. 

The touchdown was con- The Ru.s.mnn coach said the 
verted by Oneschuk. who also Ru.s.slans have much to learn Pa< krr* l««»k over in the vei 
kicked Ihe convert on the Cat's from the Canadians ami he in- Middleton. Gerry 

Iasi touchdown. viiotJ them hack. "1 think ihcj«e (Jover and M«k» Young twored 

Tiger quarlerbnek Bernle game.s Imve itcen u.seful to unanswered goals before the 

Faloney quick kicked for a both sides." he said. "Our |H'rii»d en«l«Hf, 

single early in the fourth teams have much to learn fmm Tho Russian* changed 

quarter and two minute* later them." gi*«Hrw in the third period, but 

jtasaed lo Billy (*?aharn from ’The Moscow team, qulle Fred Dunsmore and Russ 

li yards out for a touchdov\n. frankly, has made a pfstr show Kowalchuk made It 50 before 

firUshing off a 59 yart march, „gr rivalry on ice Nikolai .Sneikov beat Gaih 

Fraser booted a single rontlnues, ft will he well if our enim al 16.26. 


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One !\Iore \l in 


VANCOl'VFR 'CP' - Oak butterfly tn 264 and Ihe 2tih 
Bay High School .Saturday won yard freestyle in 2H2 1 
the senior section of the Oak Fkiy won the giil's 200 rmsT ermon 

eighth annual BC inter hlgh yard medley reinv in 2 15 « and 
Bchool swimming meet for the 
third straight time hut failed 
to rapture the senior junior 
championship. 

Oak Bav didn't enter a team 
In the junior championships 

held here earlier. The i 

finished in fourth place, sold 
on the performance of Its se- 
nior swlmmers- 

Charleston High School of 
Ocean Falls, which placed 
third in the senior finals, won 
t h e junior-senior champion- 
ahip. 

Eight meet records were sei 
St the senior meet. Six. how- 
ever. were made In new 
events. 

.Sandy Davidson of Vancou- 
ver Prince of Wale* covered 
the girls' .50yard back*froKe 
distance In 32.1 seconds. The 
old record was .15 4 seconds. 

Judy Kyle of Vsneouver Ma- 
gee aUo bioke the record with 
a time of 33 8 and Joy Bolter- 
ell of Oak Bay lied it, 

WHKATON. TOO 

Boh Wheaton of Oak Ray set 
a lime of 26.1 In the boy'* 50- 
yard backstroke. The previous 
record was 28.8, 

British Empire Games swim- 
mer Margaret Iwasakl of Van- 
couver Winston rhuirhlll set 
two record* 28.3 In |he girl'a 
50-yard butterfly and 59.7 in 
the firl'a inOyard freestyle. 

Ed CwJilel of Vancouver 
Magee alao set two records, 

H« swam the boy's SOyard 


HMrS Venture Cadet* moved 
Into first place In the Inter- 
cnllegi.iie 5%oceer l*eague yea- 
ietdiiy. gaining a single point 
on a .scoreless tie with Royal 
Roads at Bullen Park. 

Venture holds a one point 
lead over V'ictoria College, and 
can clinch the league title with 
a victory over the college club 
Wedne.sday afternoon. 


Sr'jrint 

Prnaiii** I H )s fnik !• 34 

srrnxo erainn 

.Magee won the hnv'.s 2(tilyaid i c*u*r» fwn** .nnr<*hfl» H'lr.il 

II 

medley relay in 1 58,2 for the l C^Uarr tv>tnh«>« -M-jnil |.««t>nia 
Olher two let ords ’ « C*lf4f» Oninha* c aiair 

The Rays had to hatile for 'V*r» >i- rhr»«i 4 i 17 M 
the senior title with the Magee tHtao rr.ainn 
schwl H'Ch team from Vancouver. J w!llK 3 «hn. 

V Thanks In a strong finish by 
the girls' lelay teams, OaK 
Ray finished with a total of 
77 points, seven better than 
Magee, Ocean Falls was a dt.s- 
tant third with -18 pnini*. 


H*«. iQrr- 


Mikulan 


TUESDAY 

8.30 P.M 


National League 
On West Coast? 


NANAIMO Nanaimo ('lip 
pers. showing their strong 
esf scoring punch of the *ca 
son. whipped civilian All-.>i«rs 
of Victoria's Commercial 
Hockey I./'ague, 17-5, here last 
night In an exhibition game 

Bud Dumont, leading scorer 
In the Pacific Coast Amateur 
Hockey lysgue. pai-ed Ihe 
Clippers' attack, si'oring ftve 
goals and picking up thi<H> 
assists. 

For V'Ictorla. cnmplelely 
outclassed hy Ihe faster and 
more experienced Nanaimo 
cluh, Pete Bouchier. Norm 
Kowalyk, Vie Coulter and 
Toby Wilson, who scored 
Iwii'e. were Ihe msrksmen. 

Victoria goallender Spencer 
Simmons had 44 save*. Inriud 
tng 19 in the first period. Al 
the other end. Nanaimo net- 
minder Boh Liimley was 
called upon to make only 20 
Mvea. 


NEW 

WESTMINSTER 

ROYALS 


Bud Poile wiped off hi* 
crystal ball f’rlday, took a long 
look into the future and *aw 
Ihe Western Hockey League 
becoming a western division of 
Ihe National Hockey I,eague. 

And Poile. manager of Ed- 
monton Flyers, wa» dead seri- 
ous. 

Polle's league, stretching 
from Winnipeg to the Parlfir 
coa.si and dow n to Li* Angeles 
would Include Calgary, F.dmon- 
ton, Vancouver, .Seattle, Port- 
land and San Francisco. 

Only drawback to Pmle's 
plan I* Ihe lark of adequate 
stadium* In Vaneouver. Se- 
attle and Edmonton. 

"The arena in Los Angele* 
will he completed next year. 
Portland haa plana for a new 


Ihe Cow Palace, which only 
needs an ice plant," said Poile. 
"And all three will he able to 
seat more than 15.(XX) fans." 

Coley Hall, general manager 
of the Vancouver Canucks, 
agreed with PoHe 

"We'll be out in Ihe cold If 
we don't make a move soon, ' 
he .said. "It's a sad stale of 
affairs when a city this hIg 
ha* to play games under these 
conditions " 

"(iBKAT IDEA- 
Al Leader, president of the 
Western Hockey League, 
thought Polle's plan was 
•'great." 

"It's a move long overdue." 
he said. "And ( can't see why 
It ahouldA't become a reality." 


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HEANEYS 




Diirocher''.s Rpnmrk Explained 


Qati^ (Talnntst ViclorU, E.C., San., Nov. 23, 195S 


Nice Guy^ Mel Oil 
Inspired Statement 


M>l on lh» Vall<Mi»l 
•II liai* (ffal «l»||»r. whn 

Frl4»» a« ihr r»«Mh at injarie* rr' 
In • r«r arcldanl a aarH 
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*»r«ul »m 4 ofUn mlkMiKlrrtlaa^ 
•MtnmrnU in htoball hoiart 
Mlllan Slahwan. •( 1 FI. an* at 


IwHinanr. Ovpr on Ihe olher 
Hide of Ihif fiPlrt **» manairer 
V'*| Oit and hl« GiRnts. who 
wiMf* u.iUowlnjj In the collar. 
ONLY rilKKK 
There wcic only Ihroo |mt- 
■ion.a m the OodKci duKOut 


I'm In trouble. Then when 
It blows over, they’re the first 
to come over and pul their 
anna aroumj me. ’Ill, ya, l..eo 
old hoy’ they always say. ’glad 
to see you aitam, you’re look- 
in’ great.' You know what 


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ms Siiaca iJii euUor^ 

VMisn riRion 
Oa'innc Nor>* 

P» *mri Kon< 
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Bosloii Bruins. showitiK got jwvond period goaU fiom 
the hustle that made them ^hgay and Bobby I*ul 

a sironu Ihreal in last 

season's StanI y Cup play- '■ * 

offs, moved into a tie ^.i 


.i.- itM many mrn Bna*r 


afflie F«uini laai 
the OSM FFHIOn 
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FiaMFlaO II 

By MU.TO.V KirilMAN 
NKW YORK TIM' .Some 
one had done I>on Duiucher 
dirty -again 

And now Durocher V4.4X an- 
gry. hurt. ,re«entful .vnd teed 
oft ut the whole it.irn world. 

Th-il’s the w«iy it sii'cnicd a.< 
h»* stormed up ami down the 
viiltois’ dugout at the Polo 
CJrmmds th.it warm, milt! eve- 
ring bark In tfttd, 

I.rppy Ia»o wax man.iging 
the Dodger* then and they 
were riding high low.ird a 


man's Ingratitude to man. 
Tlmse three were Frank (Ira* 
ham of the New York Journal- 
American, sports broadcaster 
Red Barber and myself. 

Durocher couldn’t be pli 
caied, 

‘■Yeah. yeah. I knt»w." he 
snapiKMl. "tlieie are a lot of 
guyn who wamia h»* my 
fr»rndK when evei-ythlng’s go- 
ing okay. 1 can spot 'em a 
mile aw.i\ 

"They’re the kind who dis- 
appear all of Midden any lime 


uiu toilejie irv 

1. • 

Appenrs a.s thout^h John Pit'mviih of rcl..\ is 
KottinR l)ot>t right in fact* as lu* al tempts to liltK'k 
punt hy Dave (Iro.s/, Oivgon. hut it'-: jijsl weird 
camera ancle. lilcK'king is Charlie Tourulle tLTil. 
Oregon. — ICI’C) 


re.il I'.madiens defeated t'hi- 
Hl.M k Hawks, .'i I. and T«»- 
ii*niii Maple I>-,-if.s amt New 
Vtiik I’.ingiTs played in a 2 2 
lie 

Vh- .Stusluk. who St ored Bos- 
f'e. -i Winning goal caily In the 
third t»eiit)d ended a personal 
t.ifnioe th.1t exlpiuled 
Ihtougli J.'i g.imes. 

Tile vielio-y, only IhxsIun’S 
-•.ts.’ond in their l.i.st nine games, 
h— sif’d the Bruins into a tie 
welt New York R.ingers three 
i»«»int- b«-hind tlie paep wttlng 
M"utreal I'.inaitir-!-^ 

Mt hi N.NKV S( ORKS 

Don MeKenney got the other 
for Bruins, who turned 
III a light cherking game and 
fin'd tl slt'a-i .If Terry Saw 
I !.• m the Di'lroit nel.v. 

P.e<l Kelly, gelling the I'lOth 


Na\e money, spare 
7vitli these ninveni- 
ent single size bunk 
beds, S’xfi*. C'an l»e 
used .singly or 
dniible-deeked. Per- 
fect for ehildrt‘n'9 
riNims, ramp or cot- 
tage! Strongly-con- 
structed with rigid 
angle - iron frame 
. . . and comfortable 
springs that won't 
sag! 


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CMUrn. 


Ptibria 


Ity The .V-sociated l*re'»s 

l.oiii>:i.ina State, California. Te\a'- ('hilNlian and 
Syracu>4‘ all st'wed up major liow! bids Saturday the 
college fonil.iail si'ason ran’d to a climn\. 


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Hcorrd for 


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t'ur riucago. Tud i'h«Mn was 
ll.e lom» m.iik.sm.in. 

.V:i--v B.)thgai(‘. With tus 
11M, .;'ial nf ihe \oiirg «Mson. 
.irul l^riy Popein, •mired f"r 
the U.ingei.s in Totonio. New 
York w.uR «.epkmc to bieak 
ihr.ir own le.im j-eeord of seven 
straight vu'tijrirs. hut had to 
settle for a he when the Leafs 


Reds l)iini|) 
James Bay 
In Riijrjrer 




(>.ik H-iy \\ .itideiers’ Red* 
team pulled the lip'll'! of the 
•..usmi m the 1.1 B.igu% 

Union y4^^t^•rd.»\ . intging lii--' 
pfeviouvly 'int«'.i’i‘n J ii m e ; 
lljy Alhlet.. A- i^niitiri cluti. 

.lA at \N.udsor P.irk to move 
Into ■ fii-i place tie uj the 
fir*i iiivL*-’. - 

t'hrK PolUtd the 

I'O.e trv nf the game in the 
■MS'ond half, bursimg over the 
line from a v*t scrum Ihrci- 
y.lffl* nut flfler m; .)ng ihe 
line hy inches i.n the pies i- 
(it.iy. 

JHAA n -1 two rhaneei M.\jrs VenMire defeated 
to lie Ihe - e in |R*rialiy Vi. loru High School 30 a« 
kirk*. 111. • hnn|‘t "H** iiMms cla.shed 

III yestenl.is A other local In an exhtbilion rugby m,itch 
g.ime. HMf.-; Venime I'ader^ 
drfiMlefl Vli tii! -t r*oUege. It .1, 
at t’arnars-on Park 

St ORlM'. 

Ken Hutchinson *tid ail th»- 
Venture .-icoiing with a i»aii 
of penally go.ds. om* in e.u’h 
half. Bus' I’hamhers • 
an uJK'onverfed try for 4’«»I 
lege in the first half. 

In exhihiijon play yesterday 
In Vancouvi'i. rnlversPy of 
British Columbia ThumP-i 
buds whiti'wa.sheil Oak Bay 
Wanderers. 3.10. list by Jerry 
M‘(»,ivin and Teil Hunt 

.McHavifi Jieeounteil for 1.1 
fMunta With a try. a penally 
goal and two converts Hunt 
••con'd one tiy and added one 
convert. 

Other Ities were srore<t hy 
Don .Shore. Mike Chambers 
an<t John Phillips. 


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r*t*a|a(*4 far Ibit atra. Ih* b**l 
• (or fUhlat aa* baaltai far 
t»i4a« anil •*«••*»••• an* Ta***af 
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MInnr F* 0 «*a. abnrtar la iara- 
linn llcbl 4>aa 


Seattle Cage Fan 
See Baylor Agah 

SKATTI.F Flgln Baylor, turned pro with the 1 


HEANEY 


Jackson Cup Soccer 
V ictim of U cf Grounds 

Wet grounds caused eaneellatlon of yesterday’s 
scheduled -laekson Cup soecer contest between 
Canadian Scottish and (lorge Hotel. 

The Victoria and Dlstrirt Foottmli league 
game hetwei*n TUlicums and Butler Brothers 
M'hediileii for Central Bark Unlay has also been 
postponed. 

However, three olher league games are ex- 
pected to be playetl today. They are Brmlies 
Bakery vs. Heaneys at Hevwootl Avenue Park, 
Ksi|uimalt vs. Nanaimo at Bullen Park and Victoria 
Kickers at liadysmith. 


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R*nat«ra-Bnaa BlubR* Rob Zilkir 
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Royala-Mlk* Bstithhural. Calls 
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Three games were played 
ye.Aierday in the j»ee wee divl- 
Rinn of the Greater Victoria 
Minor Hockey Assoelatlon. hut 
when the Bcoring wax over at 
Memorial Arena Senators, 
Royals and Matoons were stltl 
de.idtocked for first place. 

Royals and Maroons played 
to a 2-2 Ilf. while Senators 
and Bombers deadlocked, 2-2. 
Capitals downed Flyers. 3-1. in 
tiie other game. 

Scorers and schedule follow: 


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For winter wormth ond astro yeor» of lervice, It poy« to bftiy 
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It H JO victory. Right- 
winger l..<vsho Smith arid lo/t 
winger Peter Mi Parlaiid got 
V’llla n Roal.v. 

In the Scoiiivh laMgue 
Health ninvcfi three point* m 
front wiih a 5-1 viin over 
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Firms Using Company-Owneil Vehicles Found That Leasing 

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• Keali/cd Mihsliintial savintts in Focal and Dominion taxes. 

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• Kliminalcd (he diffieull prohlrm of disfmsint' of used ears nr tniekx. 

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invitei you to on Open House 
on Monday, November 24th, 
from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 
Light refreshments will be 
served. Come in and meet 
the personnel and see our new 
bonking focilities. 


• 00 IIANCHIS ACIOSS CANADA TO SERVI YOU 


Rutting SiK-rrr i*l(i\vr» 
dot Life Suspensions 

KDMON'TON' (Cl*) — A soccer-Ranie riot last 
I month has led to life suspensions of four team mem- 
Ivers and the permanent dispersal of their lUlian 
club, ( hristofo Coloml>o. Five cars of eity police- 
men were required (o quell (he riot Oct. 17. 
iSeveral fans were hroiiKht before a city magistrate 
I for severe reprimands. 


12« allq (Salantet, Vk»*p^ 

Sw»qoT. Na*tmb,r 23. (9SI '^^7^ 


Chelsea Bows to Arsenal 


LONDON (AI*l — 
la’ague-loaflinp Arsenal 
wnreri in the fir.st mimitc 
Saturday and moved fui- 
ther ahead in the Fiiglish 
I>*aKue championship rare 
wilh a .1-0 away victory 
over ils I./vndon rival. 


A niiwd Ilf ^K.IN)o luincd up 
*1 Sinnvinrrt Riiflgc .Stjidium 
fni- the highiighl match n( the 
drt>. 

In * minute f.iM moving 
Af.rnnl was h go^l up rcnijc 
fntw.iul .Irtckir Ih’iulrisuri wn* 
Mu* sintn. After IJ mmules 
Aiscri/il weni tw<i up nn a 
n» h ri • 


Arsenal domlnaied play and 
in the .'«>th minute aivu-ed a 
thud goal thiough another re- 
seive Thia time the Msuer 
wa* 19yeHi-nln Inside foiwaid 
.luhn Brtiuswell a sutxstiiute 
for the injured Vio thoves. 

Ar.seiial now leads the Kii*f 
niMsin,, vvilh JX points, iwo 


lahle. won 3-0 at We.si Ham. 
Aston Villa n«*w i.s hoitoni club 
with 13 point*. I.a*uvsier is 
next to ihe ixiiinm with 14. 

A emwd of 33.tKKl *dw WnL 
veihamptfin winger Norman 
De'dey pm hi* team ahead m 
the IJth minute. Then Holion 
hit baik willi ia*i. npi'ii fool- 


m"in Ranfier-s runiied defon 

man. sinkes a disgu-tcd p<,.sc a.s Jic is icslniir 
ny lines-man (ienrtfe il;iyi-s from peltiiu; into w 
ttrawl durum rouuh KHtne hclwoi'n Rancors a 
Alonhoal ( anadiens.- 


I in, 011 tM« aftiiiTdfty aundit ’ 
ChOdk, Ttii* spar, KlD Hou*, and 
enjoy d,llc>ou» am*. IrlM chtrkea 
01 t>aMior<iKl »p,i, riM. 

r Youi :,RUly. «ii,*u o|ll 
thank you for takmi 
tlirni 


MISS! Ks 
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ins vnbnni BHUW nillB, 


Faloiicy Picked 
^ " Etcheverry 

TOR(')NTO (t'Pl — Quai’lerliai’k Rcrnie Kaloney, 
undoi’M-alrd as a passer until Ilamillon Tiecr*(*ais 
opened ufi llicir atlai'k this season wilh more passinc 
patfern-s, and hall'hark Dick .Shnrin of Tornnln An:tv 
naur.s head the list of plaver.s named In the Cana- 
dian Press Ric Knur all-slar offensive leain. 

F'aloney ended the (ive vpsr 

reign of Montiedls .s«m Khh- nve,s ihe AL* lit the 


• (iin moved hiin second pi«re side right nenis .Steven* inude 
h I-efthouse fit 

‘ ' ■ «K«un «fier * leg injurv. hcud- 

Wolverh-unpion, Holton into the lead in Ihe 

wteh Alhion atid PreM<m *11 minute. 
h.ive 22 poiniv. \\>si Hiom- W«»lves lallicd late in the 
wirh giahhed a 2 1 vn toty at *^''»'ful half, hut cfuild find no 
Ntnvi .isilr. hut f’leaum lout 20 thiough a xirong Holton 
to plat-e Aston \'ill*. defence. 

Manchester fniipfi. in ,^hii- Villa ro»ked cluim- 

cer of finishing in the bottom ih.illengeis Pic.sion 

h«)f of rhe Fiim OivisHin for that 


eveirv a* the lerttn's <|uiiitet 
• nd .‘Shaito. vvho.se power run 


league semifiii.t| plavolf 
g.iined one offensive posnmn 
arttl two on tiefertce, Aigon- 


Leaders 


nir^ kept the la-ipla«e .-Xrgos won thue offen.sive iwuins 


DIVtslOH I 


mi Ihe tlcferiMve ti-.i 


F t Ih ' O. 
IIm. M 'iv’ri 
T 


flghiing for a play. .ft hmfh hm none mi 
Until the secondlH-it game of 
the .season, was ttie only unani- omiv>iv» m vm 
moos choi<-e on either il»e of- ^ ; 

fensivr or dofettsive sejoads. • i ' w, 

Hamilton, lunaway winnei 
of the Kig F'mtr's regular ' ^ i 

schetiule placed 11 men on i|ie «i.V" 
teams five on tdfenre and .six i ’ ' ' 

on defent e C’oa« lies. foMllTall • r 

wtiier* and s|nu»*ca>iets in iMM SHixi n 
Ihe league cities whr* pii k the 
dream teams rh*»Mr f<»tir plav * "v 
eis from Moniical Almieiies ' 1.,. ' . ; ,i 

fr*T hoih khe otten-sive and de ^ . «,~.. 

frnsive htieup* - ’ v. . . 

Ottawa IloiigMt Iders upset 


liUentionallv Takes 

¥ 

Pimlico Fulurilv 

0 / 

BALTIMORK lAD — IntoiilioiiHlIy, mvned hy 
Harry Isaacs nf Biilhmorc. ran off Siiiuidav with the 
first prize, of SlL'l.Jlti m the !*imlu'o Kulurily. 

The dark hi«nvn 2yt>at old 

finished nraily iwn length- 0>HtMt»HT I NIKII.S 
aiiead of Bflarilale Farm * rinar nvc». 

Rtm Tcsio. King flanch s rV-i, 7i”* w* n.Vi."V-V-7;, 

Black H.iis was ,h„d and Si': r',:)*. f.* ij: 

Jehn K. .McAuliffe’s .Mela’Ilan ?*'*■»»» ii« nJ 

_.U 1 .w # >-i . H, hi«, Wio, ill F ■.•.r K, 

iniirih In the field of nine go* k,.c bi«oof hi n«r. .r,, 
ing for a gros* pur.se id $lt>s . i*lVpi.nnVui »*"“'»« UJ 
02tt. ...... . , 


nMjrniv 

t.,11. pisn 

W>ii Rrnni« ii n 
rr#»ion Kntlh ftrir- 


on MOV It 


SnrMiOut w 

fli'C.:! ril* 

I I'-t (>ni. 

SiUk» C.tf 


t M.t t-K I t VO| n 

liitKHin 

.Vtt.m V . iittl, Kr..t ti 

H'ai : It *!• 1 I 1 ‘ •. | 

Hu»' k,«Ka u 'InH' l>r«lf» i’tW u 

I • . I .Vt ...I I 

■MiIIm I'l t tliitail i |.i - •> ! 1 

1 . W. . , J 

,S IM I 

t’ .114 I,., . :i , • 

Hi.i.HtI •» Ht't. --r i*.ii 4 
'' ■- ' • •' i> I •• . 1 ,• j 

W.IM.I..I, M 1 IS4I-M. w. i 


•111 I , 1 

R»«"C : r 

Tf.-i -.ft 

P'i»l v».» 
Vnt* f,:, 


oni*ioN til 


l>l\|s|o> I, 


VVa’l.1'41 

Ct.. iri 

M 

*< 01 I |%H I Mill I 

OIUsMiS I 

M« .1 - 

r>-*nr»r* 

* t'H i»Ff 

*'•<1 r., t>nian> 




oni-ms II 


Vrhf««m 

t,- l>|lr 
P"M«r Aini'Or 

Mat lOii 


s • ■ C-' 

T • no,' I 

‘ ■ *..1 

W- . .t.,,. 1 «! 


B'lB. lU Wo. fi,. \ 

I r* '1« I « » . .r^; 

»i l-i.» l|] P n- ' lo t II 

T II* Vioy ||3 

M Win, ill F Ilf K, 

Biaoil-F ill Plan .r>« 
ilk HI Riknen ]|) 


Bilnging up the rear In the li* 

BockMifi bighesi lace thi* *ea- Jk-i’Ki* i;j 

. . . . , _ W,iOh» <i,e-» 1 

son were CocklicIH ^.lablcs ii« 

Mmmei. .Mrs. E T>. .laenh*' • 

That Lucky Dav. Pin Oak *'»“"*»* »“* 
Farm* TVmck, fambndge 
.Stable* Pilot and FMwaid v-oin, m 
VokV Flying .^cud ,u 


•rCOMi KWI. *»« 

tlf»»ir m B.itfr 1,7 

UfU^t Man 114 ’«<. N4 i lit 

J 0 > k ' Ki* i:j Put*- a i:t 

W,ion» <i«e-a i]| Nitrr viain iiT 

Kf».hi,t ll« Tiflf, U7 

Cha.U ii| K ne Ci lU 
Srk’ ttru lit i.«iTiO»r>a |JJ 

Sifioart IM B'arh Bandit US 


THTRO RVr* «), turln-,.. 

' P»n. • IM Butt Ir 111 


Intentionally, winning hi* c,m'* c«*«i in 


t Katiifii 111 

1 1 \ *tir ar.n* || { 
Uark NvUlOh I'll 


McRae l>ead.s 
livopiiiKvent 

C»*c McR.ir look over lead 
eiship in Ihe 'rhampinnship 
bowling" fivrptn compeijUnn 
ycsieidav with * 792 senes at 
, L’afHial <’liv Bowling AIIe\s. 
Bill Atkifuson. who held the 
titte last week, wa* ninnei 
Up with 72d followed hv Reg 
Wiiggoner. 713, and Roy'jxgn, 
fi22. In eliminations .McRae 
rolled kr>. .tagn had RIO. and 
Waggonei 70J 


S| Ml I l-H I t 4«.| r. 
Ihttatnai Itna 

V 'I- .. 

< '.)■ 4 .V'a-<cl..| <1 

I < I ’ 1 I a'Mik n 

ll'-ao. .. 

k ' 1 ^ 1 1 » I . 1 ) i , 

I'att.i » Ti‘ -Mr i . t.. n 


.- - Vi ' '•■ f . \| 

'1 I ■* 

^ IH«t*nM Ina 

fa*' v.n.i t I »,•«■ y « 

II- 1 . 1 . Va 1 . • \ 9 . 

M I I ”H«1 r. 

\C !• *. I »t.,. ,, t • r ... 

Vue.n« Pan. ^ V^ «rm j 

• ' ■ • •• 1 |i. , 1 .1 

S’. 1 I -i.rifuif J Huin>Hir<.a« ii 
1 nktlifi'iraO. .* 


IHI-H I 4 «4.( I. 

< >11 a Hb 

■ r.;. ‘ 

Ball >ar« • i ,if,1 : * 

• 1 » . J 

Cili^aina 7 CruMiOr* X 

P V I . . 

Pfa-aad.M'S 2 f.:. . a»n ] 


fifth race in 11 stal l* and hi* ^ 

second fulurilv ihi* year. 4rri»i» * IftV 
paid kl.dO, $2.S0 Riid 52 20 ?;!’.»« m'* 

Rico Tos[n reuirnod 51«i and pipth hvc» i 
5.3 20. and Bla. k Hill* 52^. o >"*«» ».« 

Ridden by the nation* lead w>ia’> >. .>i 
Ing jockey., W illie Shoemaker *r*V*o,io\ii 
Intentlonallv ran the mile and 'J .’“"C ... 

Ottldro MC.rr U; 

a *ixteenth in a comparatively sixim hac* 

stow 1 Ik ^•rr>’i, .III 

r.ii.l>thn>|i JIJ 

TANFORAV «••'»• »»« 


V«) Ri>,a ISV cevrr 1 >r t;] 

Arri»i» * 111', L w>n, ill 

Baneni, Pa^ 1)3 IO'«' Bli,| 184 

Prlii.ac lU e«ndm,B Jr 119 

► IPTH Wver <Nt, »i.f 
n k- Ut Siwr 184 Sun.>,»>aa II] 

Tun> ttai c 1*7 K•^^ Man '.13 

W>ia’' >t'.. » aii Mill* iitn, I r* )»• 
Bcs.ai, 1<>4 Vairdii (on,a lit 

Irs, <>,io III C>a«ra\ 1)1 

'I lune IIJ .«i,w Dotar (U 

Uoldrn MC.rr lit lam lao. 104 

SIXIM IIAC* ftu (»rliM>*. 

Ts«rr>-<, .III 8«i4i • 'iH 

r>a\lithn*|i 1(3 AtMi.aOo-F 1:4 

March lu«>l 114 D-mnlint Mtvr lU 


Rugby Results 


LflNDtlN I Reuters Resuh.* 
of Riighy I'liion maiche* m the 
I'nited Kingdom .sauuda}. 

I Ol MT I M«MPION«HIP 
OkirhsiR • YATKihira 0 


8«>e . •lit '>»» 

Atwi.,oo-» l:4 *e»i*nd • 
D-mnlint Mtvr iiM ('MR MVTlHIs 


lat.'a hire 4. Cunhrriand ,e* W>m- 
matland S 


Admirsl 1)4 Oiorv Punio IM 
fU.rn’rt, thw .SCVIKIO HA< I. n« Nrlon,' 

*>,r *ld« and up *U Igrlu..,' Bfdl-Btaoi.., J13 Lahor, 11 ll3 

n*nni> ilMata, t.a, »j,nmoi n«»i 111 Our iXtt^r Uo 114 

Bi.rtrt,, p*»fr IM 3 Ml ],.i Ou»e 1M J»r 8,bu IM 

V,nc,,f Ppint inrrrn' 1 1A Chivt 8 IM 

4'»a t*f»'ll> 0««I1 trn»'»>l S f far na/-, i i >< 

Watrvn M.MOr ’4#r.’ LiMIr i ,7V. v>n.u« lu ' Ar» 

Vihaf siAji Canart.a >rma 1 ■« kl’lr., krnrur* 114 Ornolu IIJ 

Vinar. MW Cnartia Time. I 13 l.motioaiao, IS7 Hrf',M>in ):( 

I. Tarfa lift a (IIB HI D.’ ,rWai.n: 

. 1 » 7 * 0 IM.VD|..,er, »* An 114 

T ■'•un •anarXiiO’- It It Ills ’ 

W • Chair* iVctki 4 M I a • 

AOn. OoM*n Cup Ri’tar VUaiv.ct />/*! f ^ k I B V 

liimlnoM* at,r *at*lll’r .Marat,! k.'X If f lll/ffA 

Prf. in.i» r»a‘i Paul, a pr»4* Tim» 1 IJ 
Daily rtniibl* paid laot M t tiffal WhvaOn tii ' Sa>ar*v 


Natla«|alh> •. Camrind,* fniiaraiiy 


Pm a (naif ||] D" ar Wai»n 114 
Psrt S Pnat U4 t'r.jxn An 114 


Seleetions 


Ttiird Rar* tJ t«M rUimnt Ihr** M* ■ 
T**r»«l4i BOd UP iia lurUmf J 

Pi ir*n A»< 8 ’ -O'-f i’ IJ3 IP U 4# •'*« * 

Barn i Plrxfra iVlBBa*. 3 M 3 th ^ 

Of,T BdMiBr -KBan*. a TO fmn 

A’ao Romnraniin Atamanop ‘•nd. , 
Taro San Vidao ViTiirr* '!» Aam>an 


» TO Tcnibn 


3 HuU Ti Mr PancT A. 

4 Rnnpma ep>. Pri>. *I SiUar J N 
3 Vaodtrtorwn T'kat Ot'h Wooitv 


roPBms fr*« Adtn.rai 


twBiT Ttitif Horaerradar Rd Paria 
Rf'a! Tima 1 13 

Pngidh Raid 43 Iton rlaim<d( tan 
arar-atd* alk lurtoiifa 
Jdhn T ’Roharaoii' i3tl 4fi M i« 111* 
**• *<rtBl irirBan’ I 10 3 *» 

Be BIMbI .pIBTr*. 4 >0 

Map Plum* Vino Wr pr* Piiah' I’ 
H<nt>Bnad ra»i Coppfr Honay. Run In 
Oamol# LanaiBa PaarlBw PaArr 

TiitiB 1 IJ J.S 


7 RriahiBf D*‘. t RBai-Repoina Cur 

CPib> I'b 

• Ormolu. Dark N Phat. Hr*oa- 
tl>in 


•iMrs. F. .Skillings 

r 

(-ohvood IVexv 


Pllth Raff 4? rlaimmi i«a - ^elrprli 

»B*f oMa bw niri.in»» Mr*. F*. Skilling* w*» elected ST"!**'* 

Paraqiilla .Ofean- 03 HP 41 V* *? »* . ..2' 

Bfio* OBm •Maf-Bt 4 70 * «» cRplsIn of the ladies' section ti 

■ ■lllnd* 'WadlfB. « tt » n . , .... ~ - 

Al*f> Charm B«r Ow»>b;ibi rtuto’.r bf R<>yRl ColWOod (tOjf *nij ^ 
fPrl AmBriran RihBf Tima 1 13 l»* A 

Country Club recently *t the ■ 
..t'-'-lM "Vn'. .’"S.:".. *nnu»i scn«-.l m.-rllnK. ■ 

•’ “ *• Mr*- r. *-■ f'-xT «>► ■ 

Pi*oa' IM 4*0 vicecaptain, ami .Mr*. M. I ■ 

*^a"JL Rcf*#rr*H 7 'dn igrkr rVi* Mirant, secfetaiy ■ McR.*urer: I 
Bpokr. Colli ataai DB»ro) . Tim* t u 3 4 .Mr*. L. A, Bi adlcy; Mr*. E. R. H 
RBTBnih Rar* 4130* hatMlc-ap, Rll'klllSOn flnd Mr*. (1. I. 


Lnrxmn Ha-pnat 0 rhai-Brvham 3 
l.nnenu Ir-.n n RirBaiham * 

LnndoA SaPUiah ( Oatord Unoar- t4 

ac> t 

liii.dAn WBhb 1 Nb*|m»i a 

MBi'oeeilUii Palite ii. Ai4*r*h«l 
Rbi ' •(*» B 

OKI .MUthlllcar* I OM MrrrhaBt 

tB'’o|. 11 

RoBttfp Part 13 RuBUV 3 
Rf Rare, Hn.ptial |3 Old Allay. 
Diana a 

Bara.rrk. V *i M*iy * lO-apMal jj. 

Wa>D« • Rn«n| I I 

Ahrravfiit )i Oiit a Ha.piial P i 

AhBitarn P Crtia* K*y> P 

Ralh t TawiUPB • 

niraanhrarl Pars 13 llaiitM 0 ' 

RraiKord 3 H»anin|lBt J7 

rii’Am II. Rri<la»aiBr *icd A biAn p 

Cn'BtvifT JJ Re<ir»rd 0 
nipmoriaa Watidtrara M, Rirm,n|. 
ham t 

ClInurfBiar I Cardiff 11 
- IlanBlIy |J, Waifriooc. p. 

MAxtay p (.BicBa'Br 4 
hra'h 17 DIaikhBath P 
Kr«t>rMa* 3 *•>!>• Vala 7 
Snrihampion M Rala I 
NaH* 0 t Ofrpool 4 
Nunrainn 3 Ahaoulatr IP 
Ostord 0 t.Bdnr* t 
Penarth * Maavir, j 
PUmouih AIDiaa P Old Cran- 
iB'atian* I 

pAfltTpimi 37. Uniiad (Urvieoa Pori*. 

■ ilh ■ 

Pontypridd 0 RndaBnrt S 
Rvan-aa 1 RichmMnd 0 
. Wrainn Super Mara t. Tnri|iiay 


^ tmnpurah I’nurrMiy |4 Wo.nniani 

...B.aoii A.anBmirai. J Hrtirti a 
PniniBr Pupil. 0 

CnilBar Parmar P-.ni.* 4 
Cdinsurth AcanamiraU A 

Ml. hi ltAI .14 
tVTI ■* V1IOSAI. MATl R 
Rntaiit • rtaniB M 
U «(.l I M4t( Hi a 
B» ' 0 » n W iy«n 3J 
Ratlar 34 Rlarkpeol Rarn.iah 14 
Rradfrird S'lterharn it Yor, 13 
Rramlay 4 Rmhrlatr Hotrat* )J 
Caaiirlord 37. ppa>nar>tona Rotari 


Halifa* I) WakBliaM TrHiU* 11 
Hull It. WiicsinK'nn Tnan 13 
ll<in>let 34 Hull KiAa*>aa JVovari 14 
Latah 14. Kaiahlay 7 
Lharpool cut 31 DnOLaaiar p 
Oldham n tBBd* 13 
Ralt.inii 37 DawtiMirr 0 
W'arr.tiainn It Hudnar.Uald 14. 
W'hitahavan 3 Widnaa la 


Rayanlh Rara 


41 3A* handi'-ap. 


«*Vi7iiiV^m'!e* ****' Warren were named to the 


oeKjcn Rata spoi't* Committee, and Mr*. R. 

•rrrt«tr»n< ... 17 3* 41 *0 iS’Tft n nitchhum Mr* H Men/Lea 
A Toppla •Merann. 4 70 Jtft . noui n. .>irs. Ji. .wen/ie*, 

piaat charaa <Yftrk> 3 4* Mr*. A. D. Siralth and Ml.** 

M»e-A.»prttif Bov Pamahiin U l- WlUr.n vl’III «ei-v*> nn ih« 

Unman T*o Dartra DaMlIsr Painan Wll.*f>n Will SCIVe 00 lh« 

Aiihi Call Call Tima I tv houBC commiliee. 

A mil Hul*«n RniarprUaa Inc 
IPovard 4c 8a»ara Bntry 


TKAII. SKKKS K.NTRV 

lOlhin Kara • tivpno htndtrap 

5w7An7?'m7'aV •"'* TRAIL <CPt OfficlalR of 

Ordained 'Maaxi 44 3* 1 3 30 03 40 TirH Smoke Eater* bR.sehMil 
r;.r£rrun 'VyH: TvS said Friday they will seek 

Alan- A oaaiK onid Baairaie, chani entry Into the Okanagan- 

pradaripu*. Hi Pardncr kiora Oltry. n .. .■ t . 

Tvma 1 44 0-4 Mainline Ba.*ehall l..eague next 

A Tripl* K RiaMa .summer. 


Mainline Ba.*ehall 1.4‘ague next 
.summer. 


LOW 

COST 

AUTO 

FINANCING 

GILLESPIE, HART 
& CO. (1958) LTD. 

Insurance Agenta 
and Broker* 

III Yarrow Building 
«•« Fort KV4 IIIU 


Ninth Rate 13 PM riaimit.p thraa 
paar pida and up oaa and enc aitteanui 
mllaa 

nraltu-k (BhlraU • 04 PO I 3 M I } lA 

•aim Otrl tVnIakai 11 M P40 

^reear ACay 

.Par|u*on> It 40 

AIM - Julit Crea LAiuna Balia. 
Rnunomaiier Ralerhn. TharathaitA, 
Assay a San Raal Bnld. •piff. Jo Tish 
T ltse I 47 3 4. 

•IIIMIIIII RR.VlK.MBfCR llllltIMMi 

I KIWANIS I 
I VILLAGE I 

I Tuea.. Dec. t — B.S# 7 Jl 5 

Elllillllllll TKLMAC ltllltllllMn< 


No. 1 FIR MILLWOOD 

.Mostly Inside. Mixed with Bark Mood 
12 Inch. Rasy to Spill Good for Ail Round I'lB 
— ABSOU TELV NO ( EDAR — 

2^2 Cords $ 12,00 - 3 Cords $ 14.00 
O.K. FUEL CO. 


EV 4-2452 


7B0 TOPAZ 


EV 5-1812 





Hu"e Fraser Valley Scheme 


llBtli] (Cnlonlat. Vi«t«ri« 13 

Sunday. November 23, 19S8 


V 


ow ^ innacis' Sot 


Rail Boost Will Hit 

l«A Sinkc T I n •• 

Sei Tiicsdav Liunoer, Lars, rruit 



VAVCUL’Vnt tCPJ. -Diri* 
K'H-oqm'nrr’s fun pir<1k‘t«*d by 
HvMish C'nlumbm in<tu.stry K'p- 
• • ■'nl«tivc> OB n t^^uU nX a 
17 por trfU friMjjht i.«ip In- 
nrsM* sraiiU'd L’aiiada's lail* 
ua\% by b<'>nril of transport 
c<«mmnu‘ion«M ■ . 

Ttif* ifidiKiry sjjokrsmrn. vsIjo 
n-i, rj whij Altnrnry • (tonrial 
liofinni- Ik'io Kritlu). drH’iUf'd to 


"major diMster ' a rrauK of iJe said there waa im way of 
ItuToase, l>a>^sln£ this Inrrease on to ron* 

A hpokesman for B.C. fruit jaumers and that a vacuum 
sh*j>piTJ* said the increase would be created on Prairie 
would add 15 cents to the cost markets which U.S. producers 
ol hhipping a box of apples, would move In to fill. 


VAM OrVKK (t D— Bar- 
riiii; a late waae ilis|Mlle m-I- 
lleiiient. some ttimlMT 

workers in the BrMKh ( ol- 
iimbla Interior will ao on 
strike Tuesday for higher 
uaaes. IIKtriet tstiii- 

mfttee of the loternalioiial 
U«MMluorker«. of Aiiierlt-.t 
vet the (>|rlke dole yesfer- 
iIhv. 


Hv ll.\Klf\ \Ot Mi 
<'oloiii<»t Bit>>lni**M Ivdilor 
A new irvlusirlal esl.tte the hiR 
Ue-t In C;»n.id.i Is b«MnR planned for 
the Kiaver Vallr> 

The Hie i% lietwern the new Tirtf.'- 
Caii.tda fns'wiiv mu| the iTil* Kle<tn«* 
Mailuay hnr i‘c.«r I,.i’ . Ii a. ahout 2.'« 
miles ftnm dowjiov •> i 


'Hte e-u.iip has lu‘rn ai-r|uired h\ 
tJrosvennr I.«iiru; tin- hii» Hnli.sh ftrtn 
which is irv[>on»ihI(‘ for fiie indiisfrjiil 
nr Dearhy Anii.uis |siat>d 
The Idea W'Ht> spiuked about IM 
moMilis flfo bv Bt’ Klei'tric and th.i' 
<'om|>an.\ tniit h.iM‘d .iIhiui J.uUO arrt'H 
of f.iini l.M'd In ii»e U»ii2le\ nrcii 

ifir esI.He uns m»Ii 1 to 
i Ji o'-x etior l.juni.'. n»'d t'oit ronijiany 
tieiiRhl an r\1i,4 ItNHI ncies. 


\V. r Me.trns now Bl' FJectric 
vi« e j'lesjUdii in Vif ioiia. advis«l the 
s4’hH’iion of tlie s|K)t beouNC <if it.s 
|ii’o\imti\ to lail and rotitl. and Its 
ifimiiniative proximiiy to Vancouver 
lie twileves that vvitii the Rrowing 
coMRi-sfion in \’.incou\er. und the 
fcliorlare of sulkthlr Industrial sites, 
the indiistiibl development of the 
lower mninlatid I'an ro only one way 
into the Kiaeer Valiev 


Wood, Gundy & (^oiupany 
Limited 


Canadian Ciovernment, Municipal aod 


nverliHiil the (VowKnesf Pass 
r.iie to keep frciRhl 

rales 111 hrn'. 

A ear dealris' spokesman 
li'M tlie mrN’flnj* that B.t\ 

hiiv ri x w i>ij|d liave to pa> 1i um 
I to $>'10 nioi<' (oi ;i new ^ilo- 
mohile a< a ii suii of the in- 
ff'' xo Ho s-iiU iliiK wouUI 
iniuijni to mole than $*»00.noo 
f>*i new ' l*l^ in the hulanee 

t>f t!iix * 

A PimeriuM Hi'.trd of ’I'lade 

rrpii-Ai-Ml,iilve xjud tpp nii^ 

boost wuukt result in an in- 
rie.ise r>f ;ihoul SO fier 1000 
h.,.rii| iirt f»f\ lumber wlien 
delivoHMl in t)i(< eat>t He said 
Difipris Mitvv opet.Ueon 
s $4i S7 a I (NK) maiRin and 
(tie JhiiueiKM •lien fairs a 


^tock EAchange Orders Executed 


Private wire eonnectinn* to Toronto. Montrval 
Winnipeg, \anrouvrr, Calg.irv, Kdmomon, 

Krgiiu soil .New ^ork 

Rcsjijent ManaRcr: 612 \'iew Street 

L. I'ulpeon \ icioria 

EV 2-4261 


t TUWVOM 

(•((K 


CREDIT BUREAU OF VICTORIA LTD. 

309 • 10 JO.NES BLDG. 733 FORT ST. ~ EV^3311 


UBMBKRS AaBUClArau CREUn aUREAUa 
or CAMADA AMD AMXIUCA 


MiNCt , 
> OlOftSC •' 


Ky tlXRin MUMi 
i'oloiiisf ntisinrHs Editor 

Tlio piitolino uncerl.iinlv ha.s nJs«» affouiH (.'onadu’^ 
JoadinK ml companir'i. 

IxtSsCK ha\i* Ihvo .wiisidn ’•!»' In Mhli sim-k.K a.s 
Imporinl Oil and R-.\ Oil 

Imperial Oil Is not pnrii. u co-. .,dn at*le d- ' >> twiote Ike 
lailv iniere-.Ltd ii> the R« rm- ■..••ij.o can he ■ leaietl. 
HMMtioM. but it cofilioH Ih.. !■ "•»' ••^IH'.te.l l|.u> any 

Inierprovlbcial Oil Vi\h< I.me Rovnt pmeot l. .n1 or, the 15..: 

«Ml has a *haie In Ttar . - h''> 

Vcunlum till Pipe:*e p i> i'v’ hef.av Pi imr .%,.!-«• 

tiHis vitall.v affo..,-.i h> f‘.' P • •• ' I'Uo. m i auad.. 

pi'nlrn conum- lie' m. • :..l <.f the y> rn 

recommen.laltons in icr-oms to In P- ikenMike- 

Allowable piof.tx - ! '"n hllRid spoi? The.e 

I- f , . » >...r . 'll? i hu> ;MR of 

BA Oil. IhrouRh .is .t-x,., ni |>..-nr .o- stuie-i 

111. )iS wiili toil. Oil. .'Tin.' ,u a-.a W.Huiward's 

TO he the taitieW ■mtuml .Cf„res have «7T f -Te jrao-c 

firm m I’.inada a-i'l ifx futnn- Imv.- .io;> foue.l 

Is liox.-ly wrapt.«si up in wu.n i.uoi. wKh l.ak:P'- tH-t-efuiiog 
h.tpjtens to tlia’ |).unculiii ^ . i,,m t '.e wi o 

phn«e of Ike ihdusuv. ,,j, B,,»ix|i tia.lmc ally, lud 

Tile |«>i week has hei-.i nor t »n>pe .»:>d Al-s>>ps 
of m»\ed cotiKiiAiion news. I’.tpi'al Ksiiit»*x wiudi hoM-s 
and this In turn ndlected -• Ini ge Jntere.si ;t. I.uckv L .cer 
in the action of the st.wk P.»mp.iev ..t * -ii.t-ir 

unit In whii h 1-nhat’ s <».• n 

JJ ! s*i !n*s ihiMti^h iV !•' 

The slocks on Pie T.ii..f.»o |.„sr ..f «tie r.n -.o-..;-: 

and Montreal a\e?a-r-. h.tv. { 

piobahly done better than tlie s^inrply in ns'ent wi*rks 

afnek li«l c.x .ind this nadhi" .i'.:;* 

pamcularly relers »o rhe |MjN- Wh- i, I-ib i-t ' 

line stork-s Wtn.r, '.rtve bistl a ,,.r j.u.kv 

drag on the maikrt. t',,pn«| x:siak-s w -j. 

The pi|M'liites aie xuffci;uR iraiUhR b«-a)w .V* 

Itnl only ft.nn *)ie .iwesome PiviPen -lew • ton vv..- 
pos.sihilllics thiit eould ix’l.ill m\eil MaeMdl.*.- and Bloem I 
them if the Boi.lt-n •■‘'mmissiiiit px x., ,.rh*- iri-. ,*:i i,ik 

re<-ommrnilaf|ons aie imple kne of rn*Hri tilings .<»mc 
mented, hut also fiom the pub- h\ ini-*e-ix-''c the « rp. ,| 

lU s In.ss of Intei.’s' flue to ikr ie> |\ nd . f:.‘ B" stork 

certainty that there will be f.ofnj" • tnJ.itHii.s 


caaDtr and ptnauM.saL atPoii Ta- 
co Luen on aptciAuaTs 


✓ fy/ 
ovesHit 


■.rvlrf VietartA Builotw »nd ProiMilooAl u«n flBC* >111 


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WANTED TO BUY 


.\LL OR H.ALF I.NTKRKST IN 
RK.AL KSTATE AM) INSl RANC E 
lU'SINESS. SERIOrS INQl IRV 
Victoria I*res.s, Box 1417 




Mortgage Funds Available 


LOVES 


fNmda on hand end immediately available for First 
MortRage Loans — Quick de^aions; reasonable 
charges; current rale of Interest Repaymenta to 
suit 

Mor tgages and Agreefnenls Purchased 


PnueM-.fmm thr IVa. o Rivor will mmo to Southern 
nr', lh^.u^;h nui'-siw* h\<iro-flri'tnc tliwolopmcnt 
pioj«ixrd hy IVaiv Rivor iVvrIopmrnI Co. ArlPt's 
coiiiTphon slmwv rcinlo (»f lr;msmtvi<»n lino fn»m 
tho junotion of tho I’nrxnjj) and Kinjay Hi\orv. r.no 
id two liki'l\ silo-: f.| fmijool ilam. Tho ollior is 
at tho ui>p«*r ond of I*oaoo Rivor I'.tnyon. If fornior 
sito IS choson. sjiys tho oonifNiny. tho d.am will form 
tho artiJni.-il lake m the world, 2Tn mdos 

loin: aiul as much a> .siw on milos wido. In.sol shows 
dam. poworhmixos and iran.smK'-ion linos whioh 
the ooinpany Hatms tiolivor 4.fM'Mi.fV)H horso- 
power at the dam and another l.(X)O.OtK) down- 
stn'iim. B.< *. and I? n Powor Consultants l.id., 
third iTimpany formo<| riHvnily in ooniusiion with 
the huce Woniier-Cien diwolopmenf x hoine. has 
tK'>*n cl\en a .ontract (for possdih as much as 
,^|.VXi,lK)0» to oaiT.v out Studies leading in evmtual 
selivtion of d.im site. 


P. R. BROWN & SONS LTD. 

"••rvlBc VlctoriB t«c 0*«f B«U • C«almrr* 

1113 RRO.\D .STREET THONB E\’ 5-3435 


PKTKRHOnoii'.H f»**t 
o P' The Pe I e r hoj <> u j: li 

Hi>ni..'i>‘ .s«i«ii'l\ iiiis nftni'il 
s $:un rewii'd 
form.itjori le.idin»: o> w-..- - 
v:ctl..n i»f the p»-ix..n u 
xt.i’u*‘mT«‘d P.'l!^ M fame U'm* 
.T» ihi* I Ity .'>»*. A»'.l . -irru'.! »'if 
her rarr«x« on the U«i ila> of 
ik>' .'(.eri hCAsiin i.n deer 


O’ r « \laorau. anS •«s«n<llsf Dft'lonAl lucntwr »hnl*.*l.r, 

p|r*ri ko uruiuAl ofporiMnllt lor on oMiruu. vo'jnc man ta 
Mitfr Oiii cA.UoMln. ..ir* 11. Id. Bnd ui prertod roptalr t« •xm'u* 
(.«. l.ftl. Pi.I.rfM Oft ron«. In Ib* Itt. in.nlt.k A osAiuro 
int.r.it In lumb.r mlo. itlnwi inrouah rtp.ri«n.c In <h« (nr«n 
lodb.m.. I. d.tironi. . t'nw.r*itT trnlninc >n Comin.r,'. or For. 

«i HUhoi.ni •d-xoiinn. nAuKS b. «a n.t.t Wre« ta roa- 
tidfac. ilvuif M«. Murauna. .xp.ti.afo aaa ocbor rtlovAai dau, (• 


STEVENSON ft KELLOtiP. I.TD. 
Cfinaiiltlng .Management Engineering 
RIO Royal Bank Building, Vancouver, B.C. 




Montreal Loco alao chipi-fd m \u.ukl I'.ive willingly fnikc- 
in with a yarrnn e\ita that .aii ii.r* Si ai whkti BP. Kler 
it did not pay a year Apo. iiic and Kngltsh power ' nm 

On the niher haruf. VnitrH patdis paid for their 
St.Oes Steel Coi iviraiion ^ii lu k IiiIi-m xIv 

the OpJkOAite note .l.opiUM^ Mat,'. piHiplr true ai-kerl me 
il.a quarterly rate fi.>m 35 in »he last f*'W da>x >/ there 
cent* to 5 rents. H* Ain«k ain wav these sh-iies «an be 
diopped aharjdv as .1 result ehtaini-d. 

If fhri«- lx, I dun t know the 
open M'same. 

* NPW VnP.K ■ -\P' A .niut 

,le, «arusan 

le irrms nj two skM'I giunU juried L ..S 
enmpemion imhiHr> thus wei-k 

winner qp,. t-uhiiR. whudi thfnws a 
jierson furnudiihle romlblo»'k beXuie 

t'lRRCsl pianriM SJ VNi.OiaHion un 

lUK'lher ,,f {ii'tlileiiPm .''ie«‘l t’n; 

poMtirm and Ynunc»l"W n 
,shi-»>t ai.»l Tube Conipac- 

age gain. on*.- again xpiUllglilerl l!ii‘ 

aiKwer IS llijp The __ . . 

s the one w hirh 

.' (lie l.iiResi <.ipHal ^ t I 

.'ji il'.i.'f* xa|«'« led xifxkx I 

iM wba'h .m lni-»g»Mai\ $P)0 is \jCftllCl\lCl 

r imesb'd in ca- h. 

As ihr- b.isic invesinient In ^ • 

Pe,iM' each sKak regardh vs of ii<- ' I 

Pesrinpment nuiiket pri'.s* is SUKV an> AJsJlIlifc 

movrnuT.f In ilir xi.nk duiing ^ 

for the die pi>ii<..t of the com(ieUM.>', ^ , 

nteNiu iti'o th«* raiMt.il gain I xx 1^ «« 1 


At4 i%» wnniftr . , . Cap 

A«'o<*pi.e Wp'rr H#ptert 
b>.»9 ynw octnnt crytiol 
«i«pn Apr wot.' . . . fO¥ 

• OH>, PI pOpn PI ypw wpnl ,1. 

Tpw f.r ytprt p( lo« co«r 
Op<» ypvr |»<o, pfie 

• '*'7 C.iP r« o«a'a''..iA 

Y.il. . Coi p. I'.O'S. e« 

{l«p ft Wr\t«rn Cnnorfai 
««<ar«v<r b«iv IP P'ltAmpt.e 
wplfr Xfpipri 


9-SUITE BLOCK 


Blocked Merger 
Rocks Indiislry 


Situated in city, th'is apartment block la a conversion from 
one of the gracious mansions of former years. Each 
xulte is completely self-contained and the condition of the 
building is Dnit<Ia.ss. both Inside and out. Full particu- 
lars as to revenue, which is excellent, are available at our 
office. This is top inti'estment. CCC CHH 

Tertns-. at full price ... ^5/OywUU 


from S14 to Sio'j 

The imprexsion of the mar 
Vei is that the Invrxinr ix xi|l| 
primarily Inw-resied in growtii \c„ 

Mocks, but he i« fighting xhy f.xp|,-,n, 

Of any indusir>' that }.s .suhie<-i 
to more than normal guvern s;j,p p„ 
menl controls. 

Ronds are In a buying 7one ^ hoxn 
f.)r anyone who is inteiexlrd capital g.un. whin 
only in an abnoimaily high rdiilon x.nd tt would be the 
Nield, but the market ix weak rniiy vmUi the Iarge>i pei<cnt 
and even the new cnnvrrxjon 
iH.sues which looked likely to The 
go to a pirmnim when ihev winning etiir> i 
weie first offered are iiow sell woiiiu giv 
Ing between five lo m\ f.ouii« gam 
blow par 

The stork which '■.mid Kav 
made the biggest marke^ aili 
was that of the new 
River Power 
Company. 

Kul that was n.<i 
putihc. inveterate .xj*r. nl.rlorx 
would just have loved to get 'T Io\s will l»e ihi‘ .s.iine a> a 
their hands on some of the iiermilage gain »*(■ |o.x 
3.V,cent bargains picked up b«.*h staiemenis ai" 

bj the VVennrr (»r*-n assoeiatex, i-oihmi 


Mr. Davies. E\ 3-5104 anytime. HICKS REALTY LTD. 


It ,-»lxo raixi-ti gia\e qnrs- 
Mon-i for Hiofex of ntiier e»,m- 
fi.-, -^“‘king to tx’cf up itu-ir 
‘ <»mpi'titi\e |KjHjt»»n via tlw 

fneigrr lOUte. 

.■xilll ringing in the e oe of 
I.ur.ite cv.H utives; ».r wn-k’.s 
» r,d WH.s feiieral .ludge ^'^lwa^d 
W e I n I e I d's piofu*unt emcni 
!hr«t itic Bi'iidi'hetn Yomigs 
town merger ‘••Ifei.x ar, in 
.ii-.vtiii thicat of x.'inng into 


soito BRONre 

ClASS-LINtO 
CAlVANIZfO 
INNta TANKS 


SAVE TAX DOLLARS 


Building a Retirement Income 
with Investors Retirement Plans 


.Tohn l.uml. a forrwer Vi,- 
M-in. v::V. , -...-.Med Wltl» 
. bfoMiri U'llf at l.iinds Auc 


Ysu .Alt e.aupl fM»t*i jmir lAvahls Inritn*. (■••'m.nlp msa. m >07 
•t tbM* Rfflit.1.4 R.ur.m.ni S«tUi|t PlAU dUlrlbut«e A7 
S>ndlc«M 


Inveslora RETIREMENT SAnNliS CERTIFICATES 

n<.ii-lnlrr.*i ■ll•tBnl..<l plan. lAllat.1i ta .aur taeMduAi a.tdi. 
Saaplrni.niAr7 lit. in.urAnf. ArtllAOlt U d*iir*d 


Iher mcrgeih ll;ai would „.,4j n,rre >n Port Al- 

.1* the t'S ste#-l making in fw-i'.i. .luhn is etijoung ineri- 
II V 'll the Iwifuis of three mg lux rn;iny oUl fnencN atul 

utpiainlatves again. A fmini-r 
VicMUia cllv detri'tivr. hr 
wax a|xii well Known through 
li.-. axxi, (i.nion with .s.iani»li 
t. ix .lohn ix man It'd with 
l\M, -Min oMeniiing t nm . 
--'■•hnid in Victf»rl;i. Hlie boys 
have iu-i n in .scIhmiI lieie tlui- 
(•'« 1‘u-ir piinmix' nleamer fmnt 
Vki-iona. and ns .John sa>s, 
"My wife and I ate happy to 

, 1«‘ b ick in Victoria and to li.ivc 

VANfOlfNEH Kri • An family together again." 

official of ('anaihan Colhetu-s 
Hexiiurces Ltd. say** the lutuic 
of tlie company's ronl exports 
lo Japan depnidn on long term 
goveinment sub(»idlrx. 

Simpson, vur presi- 
dent in charge ol mining, wlio 
iirfs just returned from a iraile 
.lapan, satd the 
Japanese made it clear that 
will depend entirely 
sold Jince and ijuahiy. and that 
Cafwdian coal pioducers are 
m«*e1ing hu t easing ^•om|»•1Ulon 
from Russia. China, llie United 
Sl.steK. India and Au.siralla. 

He .said Canadian priKlucers 
tiade alsf> are reluctant lo negotiate 
eoniracts because 
the federal government carries 
on its sub-sidy on a year-to-year 
ha .sis. 


Inxestom EQl TTY RETIREMENT PI.AN 

Onotrltauliana ria? m tn«t«trd la fithrr 

(l» inmier, Mutual «t caaAda Ltd - Canada 1 lartMt mutual 
fund -a balaa«*d lAtntnvaat (or •Mbltiir sod incom*. or 
1)1 tntMlor* Ornolh Ftina el Cana<ta l.ld —an inveetment la 
M]uii7 teruritirt lor rapiial |ro«ib 
Tbrnuib an In ellbrr (und «na ran aliara la Caaada'a 

rtnvih aM<« hulldine year rttiramrai infawa. 

FrafUtaiM (at a tamWaaltaa nf raailt and Iliad dallari alia a«ailaala 


Subsidies 

Needed 


MTIAWA " P' C.inadia- 

I. liirs. f«>rcxt produits 

arwl other items will hit th«> 
mietnalumal ir.td«> fair in 
run anew in ll’i'i fot di.sftias 
from Jafian to Austialia and 
the Caiihbf.m. 

I'he trade defiarlmeni plan* 
to pat tu ifuiie in more than 
geniTfll and specudi/ed fairs I 

•vx uximI 

‘.Many firms nie linding 
that this «ei-vice offers them mi.s-slon 
an exts'llrnt entry to a pre 
viuu.sly unexplored n>arke| 01 purchase 
gives useful fiubllnty to pro. 
duets alre.-idx being 
there," say.s C.corge Ha/en, 
seiTiMary of the department's 
traiie fairs advisoiy commit 
tee 

Thr government no longer 
.sponsors A Canadian 
fair hut atib.sidl/es Canadian long term 
displays abroad. 

The department n/es up 
th(> firoducK it thinks will 
M*ll In a given area, then 
selfx’is the trade fair ih.vt will 
suit the neerl. Companies iivc 
d(*Hiring to exhihtt abroad are 
advised what prnduris seem 
most BUliable and later are I 
told whether they am be ar CO 
commodated hy the Canadian new 
exhibit. hiidg 

The government picks up straw 
the tab in general for exhi sene, 
biting expenses The com opi’m 
peny Is respontible for sup Thi 
plying the display goods, ship- cost 
ping them to Ottawa and In- two 
aurtng them. i walk 


FRKI) HITCHENS 

Bn rhaa* IVt-IUI 

Investors vutoria 

syndicate su scoiuni Bidg. 

• k ...... r « a gy 


, National Drug and Cherniral lUsaii'u* of .♦ i-iMiier de.sl 
.Company of Canad.'i Ltd. is wh»h dcprmM.on the ship 
. seeking ‘to creole 2.M.7to new heing teady on its drlivciy* 

• shaies. and to change the exist- '‘'f* ownei.s were hop 

• log common share from S-'t to 

• bo par value m ac orda*i»s* I lu*y told tlie Suiuleilnr.d 
with modern custom. The Lint that although they had 

• company slates the additional proposed to give an ..rder for 

. share aiithortzofion is sought 'Ik'S «nuld not 

.boraus, convor.inn riKllH a> i,""; 'h|. .ontrnH ih- 

. Hrhrrt lo prnrorr-ri .took or- I''*' •"'’IP «"•< hn 

• count for ail the remaining 

ah.ires in the trrasuo- '' Ms.kevman h.r the .ship, 

t ♦ ♦ * ping company said. ■ These dts- 

• Not all the natural gas for I’''" " over 

• Ontario Is to come from the ''*'* ‘'""7 

_ , and has no rcdr«x«i. l am he- 

, Prairie provlnce.s. prrs-.ed lo place the new 

. R. J. smith president of „rdci wUh h Conl1ncnt.1l firm. 
Plac'e l»aa and Oil. says nego phlpbuildlng Indus- 

• tialions have been completed ,rv mu.st realize that the cus 

• to supply Union Gas of (’an- lotner cun be right." 

- ada Ltd. natural gas from his K-ti-ed with Io.hs of future 
‘ firm’s wells in the Lake Erie vimrk. the Sutherland *ai pen- 
gas development area of On- ier» went back to work, and 
tano. {>tomis4'4j an all out effort lo 

• e ♦ * £(•! the ship ready for Its de- 

• Trade unloni-'ts do not al- l,vety date 

• ways come face 10 fare with .SuTcly this is a story vsith 

• the grimmer consequences of a local moral. ' 

,e strike action, as did employ 

• ecs of a Sunderland ( Eng- 
land) Bhtpyard a few days ago 

The Sunderland firm of Bar 
tram and Sons was building a 
14.650-Ion liner for London 
owners, and the job was near- 
ing completion when 1.50 car 
pentera went nut on strike in 
a jurisdictional dispute. 


Contribution 


The Xoronlo-Doniiiiion Bank 


Marning*. a«Aei>. depneils and loans ofThcToronto-Dominton Bank 
e«taldi>lied new firaks in tbe year ended October 31 , 19 r> 8 . Resulla 
fur llir Tear as prrarnted in the annual report releaaed this week, 
nmlirm our xirw that AharciofTbr Toronto-Dominion Bank should 
occiipv so im|N>^Uni XNMition in anydiversiAedinvfetineatport/oUo. 

ticUe>e that now is an opportune time to purchase sharee of 
Ttic Toronto-Dominion Bank. 


KM r m I. TM» I HI ST 

WITH vote cnxTBini TioN 


Elx O Sales and Service 

Baliam & Rawlings Ltd. 
Plumbing and Hiating 

test Daailki al lha BsaaSabaul 

EV 4 IBM 

M|ht (alia. FVt-IM« 


Bastnsai C«la5/ia5eW Ja#0 


Pembina Pti>e Line Ltd, is 
planning to lay a pipelme 
which would carry the sur- 
plus byproducts of natural gas 
from the Alberta fields. 

Scheme provides either for 
a line to the Great Lakes or 
to the Pacific Coast 


Exeillant Opportunity 

Monsas SKBVK ■ STATION 
rOB LKASr 

Ti»«naB( l«<a(l»a. caaS aaiaa- 
itol. M.asa U w.ssa rasairas to 
kaaSla ataek aiul asaiSMaai. 
fkaaa BV l-SItS at Wrtto 
eO. Baa ISS 


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NKW YfdlK 'AF*' ' jiaikrn work*, white owners sell 

IHiniisl signs are appenrins in ihrtr homes at arare prioes to 
IMr wimlnws of aenrt*!* of lmmt*s the operaiora. Then these 
in a qinei. ircH‘-hne<l K*« uiin homes are sold at a hand.some 
..f giieens ’Hiey read; "Noi piofji to Negro familiee. Soon 
IiT \Vp lic'ieve in dornoc a whole area becomes aolid 
i.i^\ ' Negro. 


•I.Al V ILLK, rla. (AP) — One source of 

gri|M‘s about iuilitar> <n*r\iro — the iinpli*a.sant 
inooiilation needier. may become only a memory. 
The navy has complefiHl tests on B.iMjio men of the 
new {Mthiless. giin-like vaccine injector. Not a 
single yelp was reported. 


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imderKniiind Salurdiiy d<*- 
ct.iiSMl a iriii-f* in Its fight 
against Rrillsh rule io glie 
ilir I iihtHi .Nations a rhani-e 
to S4di«‘ lilt* itoh>ni-r lorn 
Island's prohlcnis. Kul tl 
i\unii‘d that if lh>‘ Morld 
IhhI.v fails Io find a sitliiiion 
In Its delmlos iM-glmiiiig lids 
u«s‘k. I he imdrrKrmiiid's 
*‘sinigglo*’ uill Im> lidensi 
Mod. Truor was aniioiinissl 
In hMfhds signed hy t ol. 
t.piTgo (iriias, leador of tin* 
I.OK.V imdorg round. iMidcr 
Ids pseudonym “Olchenis.** 


said Informalion on S|ititnik 
plans ua.s piihllsinsi to pro- 
mote worldwide exchange of 
scientific data. 


Cl tAH 
•auiHCiiN 
AL T(1IL 

AMO ItOUE FLAT 


lii-liC iJ.itdcn sections. The resistance. 

wiTo put up h\ while' And for the first time in the 
home owners ri*si.«ims "panic" city's history, those who are re- 
-ale.s rjirouragod by un.scnipu- sl.sting the panii- have the help 
h'lis real estate operators. of a city agency the commis 
While resiiienis |H| of recur .sum on inlergroup relation*, 
ring eff*«r»s of these real estate For the la.st six weeks the 
in< II to Hf.iM an old racket is*jnmis.si<jn ha.s l>een arranging 
i>ii»ck l»o«.nng. hlnc k dtscus.sion.v and helping 

1(1 hjih k hu.Mmg .1 h»'ine is 3 neighborhood rela 

i>ti,,nii»s| on a while sire«*i and norjs committee Stali.silc.s are 
'o)d m a .Negro famil> Then presenusi to show that prop 
ilie real esintc ojanators fan enyr value* dn not drop in 
out through ilu* iu’lghl>mhoi>d, orderly, inlegraied neighbor 
\\'il!i eiieul.irs and dooit»e|l poods 
pUAhinr. ihcy aipicad the sPiry Manv while families have re 
that Negroes ,-,re invading the sp.mded to the "not for sale" 
■irea. thal propmty vnlitc. will vampaign Others are not per 
pl'inge, that the while itwners suaded, and want to sell and 
beilej sell quick ai>d get nui move on. 


m ■ FAiNt aamH hat aovt) (U 
hAMOLS FO* FlMCEftt 


Premier Bimneti'* planned A telegram rceivcl hy the 
Hrc. 20 trip to Ottawa to meet picmicr yesterday from the 
Prime Minl.ster Piefenlwker minister, m .Soesi, f;er- 

, many, informed Mi. Bennett 
m,U iHlk ,boul lm|K,r«m tM- 

eral-provincial matters has had nut be back from his world 
to l)e postponed. I lour in time for the meeting. 


oiirse 


For Bloom All Winter 


narlcyi'iisis 
Oarleyrnsis .Alba 
King fioorgr 

Viville 

Sprlngwoml 

Springwood 


Roso-pink 
— White 
Red 
Dark Red 
White 
Pink 


rd a* shown '/is shown tn piciuic I* In 
(1 2 lan be aluminum foil, and include 
ttorn of any some moth repelling flakes 
cMir is open. Never *tafnl hnishr-. on ends 
held high wlien stored, and never allow 

•.niH'i so the paint to dry or eake m a brush, 

asilv U hen |)on't dip brushes in pami deep 

the diMtr is clnve<l. the plunger lo gpi pomt under the fcirules. 

fi!*^ snugly againTd the r.ir|>et Never use paint in a briieh that 

aiul cffetiively sti.ps drafts. l>ei*n used l.»r varnish hut 
Ur.ift guard* are aMillahle for varnish brushes .-an be used for 
all standard ii/erl dir*»rs patni. P>ip only the ends of 

.New Ty|»e Palm Brii>h ‘sis' hiushes into the paim, Adore 

„ piiioje .1'. A new lyjie fiaint applying paint gently slap the 

of Canada plans to hold an ^"™"’^rce has withdrawn ils bru-h espe. i.ilty designed f..r brushes agninsi the’ Inside of 

support tn favor of the Jaycec amateur use has three holes tn the . an Apply paint with the 
forum to be held Tuesd.vy, the handle for lingers. When tip.s of brushes .irid do riot 
111 ril I The CPAC forum will be the brush U gripped, with the pre.*.s bant on brushes while 

lOnlCSS 1 Otctl 8u.sine>» and Tia- palm of the ! agauLsi (Ae pauiung .\ev«?r use bruvOM 

fessjonal Women's riuhrooms rear fxTrtion of the handle and sideways, ftse old brushes for 
■’V • 1 • I 1 at WM (lovernmeni Street, com with three linger* in Ihe hule^. wrought iron p.ainting 

I/IUn Hr J .1 Deutsch. who pie mu. h h.tml or ..r:n fatigue. The 

paled Ilie report favoring brush t* availalile m thirc atwl ^ Our house ha* a shingled 
Kiguies on tinemployemeni amalgamation of Viciona and three and <*ne h.tir inch width.* r'«f painted green. Wbsii mtors 
.showed a slight dd p thi.s week .'^aanich will he mam speaker < *re of 1‘aini Bnislu s B 

f..r the first time m two with rommentane* from gf^Hl brush.n. ;,n.l .-;ir^ fo, A -The inidy of the hotiM* 

month*. Sannich coum dlor Charles and ihev wdl lu-i indef “***ld be painleU w Idle. gray. 

However, lerent snow and Nellrs, Hugh Stephen, past .mic-iy. The pr..;MM . leaning 7'*?"' >-"'*«• I*-'*' 
ram has hallerl wirne logging piesident of the Chamber of j,„| .mring ol brushes i.s Im- green, or dull red. 

opeiarinns in the higher levcLs. Commeice and a member of poriaril f.vr their l-.iig life ^ advi-.ible to U'.e 

and temfuuaiy cutbacks were the Vii torifi Advi.sory Planning When hnt«he< mii«t i'lenneTi Ihi.-kne.sar's of inaiilatlon 

made in several sawmill* and a CommlaM.in, and K R (omnof iw»twis-n tol.ir ihange*. n new I'’ reduce heat loss m a house"' 
plywood plant , the S.iftnn I. Advisory Pl.anning pn>duci known a* Pud-lv s A.— < onirary In popular 

In loi'.al shipyards there has Commis.*ion. • Pami Biu*h rieani*r .imi Glovs opinion, added thicknesses 

been a noli, cable Irvellmg .Moderator f..r the panel wdl Rrmmrr . an l>e uve.1 To . lean «f in^ulal Ion do not provide 

off of emplovmem .'ondiiion* ho .siuaif Kcsie president «>f hrii.sh, ahake ihe .-an of much, by proportion. 

Tht* week .'.fiftl men regt* Virrnri.i Press l.td 1 |e.ancr and ik.ijr enough m a prolit llofi. In other 

*enat. for employment, five A smaller fonim wllMw’ held can t.) <-.>\rr the bristles of 4 w'rds. eight Inches tif Insula 

les* than a week agu; and 1 IVJ ir the l^ke Hill Women's hrush I'se iMiids .the cleaner provide twice 

women regiaiered. 11 loMlhan lute Hall. I»ec <». by the KIk i* harmli**.** to w.>rk hristles ** "“**(» prmeidlon as four 
a week ago Uke Ratepayers' Association, pn.-k and forth until they aif ‘"'die*, f.enerally. It is not 


QUICK SERVICE! 

SATISFACTION! 

• READY-MIX 
CONCRETE 

• CEMENT BRICKS 

• SAND AND GRAVEL 

• BUILDING BLOCKS 

• 4 • 6 • 8 • 10 and 
12-INCH CONCRETE 
TILES and FITTINGS 

McIntyre & Harding 

t.KW KI. ( (». n i). 

PLint and Offiie — < '4*rdma Bjv Road. Saanich 
r.Rftim |’KOMI*T DKI.IM-.KV Kvev F\ I 9K9« 


I'.stinidlrs (dadiv 
Supplied. Plume lA fMtll 


urns 


niONK GK9-S705 


WILSON'S HEATHER GARDENS 


('oniplete l.dimls4'apinK Seniee 


2«l Hariland .Avenue. R R. 1. Koval Oak. B C. 

•Iiisi North of ProspiTt t.ake School — West Saanich Road 

plant a Heather Bed for Bloom Kvrrv Dav of the Year 


HAVE YOUR 
ROOF and TV 
ANTENNA 
Checked Now 


CAPITAL CITY ROOFING CO 


iM( vTiM vr niK i-sTor t*.-* ovk aw vti 
Knr a R.’tter -loh m a ^ ^ -la. k Houston 

Rv a (ftialin.-d K. If U Q 1 1 M l ’CMi 

( reu. felerdtune LW W I I ^lclnt>i.>h 

K\ 4 I.Mfi 

\pprnved AppMcalor*: Sidney • .foliits Manville • Rarreit 


nr. sm.\kt: nkw 

mM)F NO SNOU 
IN .\TTI(' 


I.(M)K sharp: nkh 
ANTKNNA NO 
SNOW ON T\’ 


lift us give your home a NKW I.OOK— 

« ni ROII) OK BAKKKT K(M)F 
★ ( HANNKI. MASTF:R ANTKNNA.S 
Why wuit until it'* too late . . . Have votir roof and 
.intenna cheeked now bv our expcnen.’ed workmen. 
All workm.inship ii stiaranleed and available on ca*y 
credit terms. 

BROCK ROBERTSON 

ROOFING AND TV ANTENNA SERVICE 

(ituKi Roofs Since 19Ifi 

1I3« Hlt.I.SIHK PHONK KV.TtW||. KV S-.'M53 


W i 7 /i llu* Hoy Scoiils 


AUTOMATIC OIL FURNACES 

Cl Ts n Ki. COSTS . . . lu ik;kt tkkms 

Call la far Ismalrl* era(r«iianal tetariaattaa 


Dislricl Exetulive 
To Meet Thursday 


ASK I OK f-M.I. INFORM \TION ON 
t.FVKU U. KI.i:riRII 
<M1. W MtM -MR n R\ \t KS 
Fspecially DcMgiieU fur Hornes Witlmiit RasentenU 


Rl SSIAN INIIl STRV 

RuMia’s aixfh five-year plan 
ending in 19«Vt *rek* expan- 
sion of lndu«trial production 
by fiS per cent. 


SKK VOCK A(TIIOia/KI) G K OKAl.KK 


BE SMART!!! 


A\OID WTNTKR 
IIKATI.vr. UOKKIKS 


Install a “SMARTS'* imvd- 
ern oil-fired heating unit 
from 


The following proficiency 
badges were Isstied last week; 

TeniJerpnd, Oavid t'owlry. 
Boheri Mepetrldge. David 
Batchelor . flr«i *tar. Thns- 
inpher Abel. John Walt, [>*vid 
Ford. Norman Dyson, .loey 
Jones. Ronnie Hiirneit. David 
WctJhurn. tiofdon Tilley. Jim- 
m\ i\«»ti. Terry Connor. Ken 
neih .searle, Ricky Hall. f)an- 
nv Harns, Tommy Hani.«. 
Robert Whittaker. Victor Hill 
bourne. Inn Trard. Glenn 
Blake. Ron Kvnn.s and Jim 
running 

.Second *tar. Donald Crocker. 
Eric Marie y .Malcolm McKen- 
7 je; three year .xervire *tar. 
.lack tioolde: artiat. Colin 

tjunyle. Billy Kreethy: ath- 
lete. Billy Nelaon, Kenneth 
Bradley; eollerlor*. l^rry Wit- 
mer, Jimmy John.*nn. Robert 
Brash. Brian W'eathy. Danny 
Wade. Toddy James. Charle* 
Moore. Terrance f verson and 
Bill Wellburn. 

Cycli*t, Barry Akehural. 
Billy FreeihV; gardener. Roh- 
ert Stephen*: guide. Richard 
Life. Peter Nadden, Stephen 
Bone. I»rne Adama, Van 
W'redman: houae orderly, Law- 
rence McMillen. Billie Rhode*. 
Pkypp.v Michalko. Ken Hutch- 
in.son. Oorge Buoyer. Wayne 
Ficdln. Kenneth Amodeao, 
Kterldie (Temen*; home craft. 


OFl U KS and SIIOUKtHiMS CVZ-OZfO 

<ias Inslallalions and X|>pli in- • >-'-*)il Burner Sale* and 
Service* — Solar Heat— B. A. f'lirnate Oil Dixtrihiilora 

.V>l -lOIINSON STKKKT 


Rfflrient and eeunoniical 
healing at lowest c(hi(. Test 
proven quality work fully 
guaranlenl. 

Sale* - Servfee • Installation 


T»rm» 

■ oan(*4 *s s^pravril rrrUil 

Pnr r<in tnfckrmaumv call 


Imperial Oil 


Cold Weather Ahead! 


—for repairs, maintenance, 
renovotlan and general clean-up 
work around your home or 
place of business? 

In tfil winter men and materials are more readily available, 
and small jobs get better attention and wn be more economical 
durinf; the cold weather lull. This applies particularly to 
buildinif and renovation jobs. 


PLAN NOW 

To Enjoy the Benefits of 
OIL-O-MATIC HEATING 
This Winter 


Warm-Air Healing Engineered to 
Your House to Meet Individual 
Hehting Problems! 

Powered by the Fdninus KSSO Oil Riirnr'r — The 
Best for Convertlnt; Vour Present Fiimnoe, Too! 
TraintMl Personnel Install.* 


HOME IMPROVEMENTS CAN BE FINANCED 

— hy Home improv«*ment Ixtan* under the NsHonsI 
Houiitng Act, aviilible through your hank ... up 
to $4,000 and up to 10 vean to repav. 

FARMERS 

—inquire about Karm Improvement Loan* hacked 
by the government and available through your 
bank ... up to $5,000 and up to 10 yean to repay. 


WILLIAMS 

OIL-O-MATIC 

Your Best Heating Buy 

EASIEST TERMS IN TOWN 


SAVES OIL . . . 
CUTS SERVICE 


LOWEST CARRYING CHARGES 


PLAN TO HELP YOURSELF AND AT THE SAME 
TIME HELP YOUR COMMUNITY TO INCREASE 
EMPLOYMENT THIS WINTER. CALL YOUR 
NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE FOR ADVICE 

.v.r «... and assistance 


ONLY !•% DOWN. 5 Veam to Pay at R.I. 
PHONK TODAY FOR FRKK KKT1.HATK.S 


LET'S TALK IT OVER BEFORE YOU CHOOSE 


\M9k X IWTKSTIOXTa 
TU04T1 

\ yy h«*» •«!* I® 

\. % tM I li r •iftipi* 

^ -^4 dFf-FiiitBbl* 4 • 
alto «r tha 
WOncIJOl LP lurnsr ts raalit* 
«hv (V 11 Um Mwvar t* fwvt 
hMtlM prselM* 

wiMaixa ixiJU and naavtca 

ROBERTS MCTAI. 

IIM NODTH eVDK IT. IV f-MIt 


PRODI CTS UMITKI) 

VMWswTtt laaM'a Fr-wik» A«Imb«U« flMlUt Kaft»*«r« 

Plant and Offieea Telephone 

fkZS BROI GHTON ''VL.u:*' EV 4-9391 


utMed by ^nlhonty of tht MinitUr of T^jhmir, Canada. 







E ATOM'S 

HEARING 


Centre 


it Pays to Shop at E ATO N'S 


Store Hours: 9 o.m. to 5.30 p.m. doily. 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. Fridoy 
Telephone EV 2-7141 or Toll-Free Zenith 6100. 


T. EATON C 

CANADA ^ 


LIMITED 


Visit EATON'S 

New Trim-a-Home Shop 

Now Open on EATON'S Second Floored 


The Name That Sets a Canadian Standard of Value in 
Television and Stereophonic Hi-Fi 


A dazzline display of srwrkllne, colourful decoralions . . . the Trim 
a-IIome Shop starts off the season with a burst of ('hristmas spirit 
that utII sot you to planning the holiday w'ason with starry-eyed 
enthusiasm. You'll find ingenious new trimminijs for tree and table 
. . . new. sparkling innovations for indoor and outdoor decoration! 


At lop <>t Um* Main Flooi- escAlnfor you'll find a .siiai 
aKHoitmnm randJrA to lu;ht u|* \our home for the hai 
Chfislnvis I'vot! You'll find nuiuuls of <.ha|>oK nnd colour 
Home *nmc hHdifinriN!. some tail and lapcilnc 

c\i‘rv one oxir<iov<lltuirU\ txMuiiful, 

Totem Foie Fallo Camlle 

f l« .... i.ano-nain'rd m r«l, 

in : '*n g| PIC *T«^n «r pink 4 

/ ('«>• I 9 K*' l> 1 

^ Log Ciimlle jy ( 

»' ..... i:..» 2.95 l;:' i 

t‘. f?"""'’"'!. .. ■ .... C"l««r Drip ramll.. 

^ ^ r- d jt m A in Mil> Muiti <■». 

r , ttU» 1.49 ta9«l9 »|.u» d 

4 puining Biwii | 

Homing ('andle> 

jfr ^ Bn*rc» in 'l•ll.(]<nrn* RM 

. rx*''"' 1 


Rayberry Candle 

CI«UK V* 0>A«-P»«tllOnM Rts- 
Sfrr> r«n>il# CO#* 

In paiti 99C 

h«P. Himf. rhana M *•1111 


Noma” Kristal Lights 


Aiiracuvc light sc(« bring a novel, sparkling hnchincs* A Al 
lo your tree. Sexen light mdoor miiitiplM *a>t C U® 

IU.U O.Jle 

Colourful Trot Oocorations 

Ai* ax.,gi»na ,.)» mn nl a.j.at-n,,! >rff nP.--.iat:wu tBcladmc hiM 

^ tr*f loppf «nA lanau 'ifno oa;’ 4A.. A m 

9 It ro«.n lr«. 29c i.4.5( 

Nativity Scones 

•u i Importap frooT -ih# icrof trm' ,m ]p tliurte t/ 

tC.9l 

Trots 

' A*r.lkUl ChMitena.-. tt^aa in ar»^n ah.ia ptn« m /%•* ap 

*T bi^a M IB M into*, m n.ijfti te<n 9,99 u l0.9t 

JuOrnamont Bulb Covers 

Mo^arn .f« ..at^ranon .f ,l.« finta liana maw non, 4 AC 

lUp w\ar lUht. tar aoff clo*m« a*l-ri p»r«.aaa ol I r«rn 1 .9S 


Only at EATON'S 


Distinctive Pictures by tiadcioiillall 

A Collection of Landscape Reproductions by Robert Wood, Noted Canadian Artist 


\ iKing sets a new standard of quality, lyemity and performance in h( 
one of the 17 different models of Viking TV combines high .standard: 
ance with the beauty of classic furniture designs. Viking High Fidel 
phonie sound- a whale brilliant new world of hi-fi realism. K.-\T(>\ 

Look First for 

a. \iLins 21*' lie 1 lirnnii 

shiilltiw (omwile T\ 

MMai TCOIW . if»# lop 0 t tt»a Viti'iK 
»)i>i . ioaairallv •t>ia«. k,«u,iirailt da* 
ra'iiiiat lan«Oi dooM inrorp«roMri| 

paoao ai\f|Qaarln( tratiiraa a* :* 

Ion matahM apat,ara COO 

t»r lii-il fnna La<h 9 I 9* 

d. Viking IMirtable SImrIet 
7.TmnHi«»t4»r Kadin 
Modal PTR-ITl olih bla 'on* Il» 

»iia J0"»J‘» •iBi A.^alai OtM*ratr<t 
•Tiimar^ MnahUttii Miiarwa 400 to 
hd-jrt playiiK lirvi *ttM m>aar fial« 

•OAtit lait. arpais. »oa* •iia matai ran 

89. 


Here Is a wonderful gift idea ... for your own 
home or for the hom<* of a friend ... a iwne fn»m 
this collection of Jand.scape.s by Robeii Wood will 
enhance your living room, dining room or den . . . 
add colour and charm lo your walls. About 24\'12 
inches and be.au!ifuHy framed in 3" ornamental gilt- 
tone finish sweep frames. 


b. \ tkiiie Hi-M ( oiiiliinalinn 
K«i1i(>>f*tiun«igriiph 

•'{Iianville • M«xlel KC 361 . . . give* 
fr<K|uenev res|Mm.s<* t>f .HI in 
c p,*. . rune tub«*«. four mruched 
.s|iraker<*. dual level and rontour ron- 
trols. individual treble and bass mn- 
lr<*l«. 10 walla, undtstoried output, 
aroustically lined labinet. Faira 
pu*kup lea^l and outpui i-<< k for use 
with sioreophnnic OCQ QC 
cartridge. Each Owwaww 


c. \ iking R^idirvSlereo* 

phonic Hi-Fi Fhonograph 
t'onihi nation 

Paraom Conaota Modal RC-ITI rh.*l 

M-moit wida r*n*f aeii»li!l*r< and muluoU- 

*i>a«Krt (onoola raiu<Unc« 

'idf»» diamond ttaran ityiui «|m m>m/oio 
p'M4-<n moaouroi romtdea »nh dual aannhira 
uVb* mord. qq 


Choose from these noted 

• The Old Mill 

• Mountain Streams 

• Majesfir Peaks 

• Rustic Homestead 

• October .Mom 


.scenes: 

• .^iilunin Sunset 

• I’Arly Spring 

• Snow in (he CafakilU 


f. VIkinc rkM’k Radio 

- Rn»o»- MMal RMR «nh Ora tubpi 

*»o 1 aT*»akrr>. Tain-hrmi ctoci oiMi builii 
In *tiiniwr avurh radio and bun alarm a-. 
Pliancr nuUai Oilp-miMant im jA AC 
uh in raio-Maa ralaut Each 49.99 


e. Mking fW> t.iixe portable 
Phonojrraph 

Model PAP-366 . . . with 
rtveuiho a-Tiplifler. two fi' rNuixIal 
.speakers, separate treble and bass 
tone iMinirola. Cowhide covered w«>od 
case in tan nr oxhinod 4 A f\ f 

Kach 149.5 

K.ATO.N'S— .tliiaic Centre, 


g. Viking 21" I Itronie 
Shallow Conanie T\' 

Mortal TCD'UI >4-'uoa <-ha*%u haa in* 
Jatrti nrruU improvamaau and taruBla dial 
lithilnt eour mairRmr tpaakart ana *apar- 
a'» tranta and Ba*a t'HiirnU «xaa»a maanifi- 
(ant aound 9 Maillv. a4A AP 

Caen 419.95 


h. viking ?P Cnnnnlette 'n* 

Mnoal TMO-IM . okr M-tubt L’lironir 
«Mi»B o»al {r*ni tnaakar 
H «1 tar full ronaok ton. 4AA AP 

tdrB 389.95 

Main Floor. House Furnishinga Building. 

Phone EV2-7U1 

As Advertised in the Star Weekly Magazine 

Only at EATON'S . . . 

— the Name That Sets a Canadian Standard of Value in 

ELECTRICAL GIFTS 

f^ok finit for fhe Berkley lAbel on FimmI Blenders • Aiitomatir Frying Pan« • Tnaafeiw A 
PUle* • Kleriric Kettles • Percolators • Kotisseries • .Sandw irh Toasters • Ha He Iro^s • 
MK.P, a r„n.™iw-hr.l Cooking Hmsih a HP-.ln* Pad, a Kle.lrir Pad, a M;; ^ Brands 
a Hair Dr, rr, # >.p«nz..r, a K.wm Hralrra a Ek-Hric LlRh. Bplb, a Extrasioa 


K.\TON Price, each 


E ATO N S 


Carefully ehosen glass's ... ' jyw' 

'w’Kted with an eve to vour m J 

own rw’rsonaliiy requlremenis \ , ' Jtr\^ V 
. . . >nur own good taste ... f . 

are an aitraHive addition to “S ' ' f 

your '•very-day appenranre. 

Re aute you have the proper 

KlM.sses, arrurately fitted, to i 

play up your most aifrnclive ^ , I 

yS‘'und ; KATON'.*? Optical Department 

youli find a wide and varied selection of frames. 

KA TON'S— opt leal Department. Fourth Floor. 

Phone FV2-7H1 


^ New ^ 
Hammond 
Organ Plan 
lets you 


Berkley 1.500 Combination Fan Heater 

Can b* apamtM a* a lMA-»aii rirrulatinf hpii.r or*alr-t-»ollnf fan ThanTiMintlcnllv mnirnllpd 
haatpr ran hp dlklM and pra aal lo ntaininln unltortn irmoeraiura Motilad tra* 4 A Af 
Mkart Ponmai ttnuti on Raatvaag** maiai *iMi rompnotJoa f«»mni hnnnia nnd 19.99 
faai for 40 rrrtaa Cord locludm rxTON rrtp». aa<R wawa^ 


Hear Where Nature Intends . . 

/new At Ear Level 

*(f? / / Arrange for n demom 

JlRf .* OCrf(€ft bon by KATON’.S || 


Berkley De Luxe 
Coffee-Hatcher 


Rilht run aulomntlr parruUior (n kaap rnttaa 
pipint Rot witReut rr-parklnt HIkMv pelUhad 
rliromtum-nlntad tlnUh »*rr anaat ropprr wliR 
rnol-Ui.lourh rompotitlMi Ud liondit and baa# 
navour-aalacmr brawa rnffap to your u<tp mild 
10 atront OatarRabla cord 4 4 A|? 

>a<-ludtd I.ATON rOra. aarh I I .99 


In Just 4 Lessons for Only 8.00 


Berkley De Luxe 
Automatic Steam-Dry Iron 

Stvanlaan ataani vrnU for lult-ruahlon of aiaam 
Rarrcrttonally llihi «Mllr rUlbla aalnrtor dWI. 
Inatant eh»ni«-ovpf (ram .town u> dry Flat 
bock aad aide rnrd plui pin. ahork-roaiaunt Up 
up bool ra«t no bock ovarhoof permita rlaoi - 
Villon ironinf. Coot roapoalUeo hondia Cord 
inrludPrt 4 0 7C 

».ATON rrka. Mch I O. I 9 


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PIOTIIR R 



the three frreat elements ctunpoainK mitiirp’a 

orchestration, the wjde expanse of restlet»<t oce^n 
U the only one to encorapaKs the sound of rain, wind 
and roaniyt wafer in a gigantic tone poem with the 
high, wild cries of sea birds fffr accent. 

If one would hear thia natural symphony at its 
best, he must select a place where the outer ocean 
breaks on a beach with its full heaving, rolling force. 
There then will be found elemenial nature in its 
most varied moods, both awsome and beautiful a 
backdrop to the continuous game of life and death, 
a game which the actor's forebenrs have played for 
countless centuries. 

Near Carmanah Creek. Just north of Bonilla 
Point on the West Coast of Vancouver Lsland. there 
is a alopmg stretch of gravel bearing a tangled mass 
of logs and stumps whose writhing arms stimulate 
the octopus of the reefs in their contortions; mute 
testimony to the winter storow which hurled the 
sea trash clear of the wide strip' of sand to either 
hand and. atretching westward, to terminate in the 
breaking rollers of the ocean surf which hurl them- 
selves with an irrisiible roar on the beach. 

Throughout the steady rhythm of the sucves.sive 
waves there beats a pulse as ftiough through living, 
throbbing flesh; a pure force embodying In lis**lf 
forever a succession of Imaginative, watery .«ihapes 
which, vanishing on their passing, are relxirn the 
next instant as the long seaward slope with its In 
curved curling crest rushes toward the land. 

Every little while a pure while gull swiftly sails 
along the foam-edged volute of the breaker dosel.v 
followed by his reflected shadow in the green depths 
of the wave. Around the sandbars at the Point many 
gulls are feeding to the accompaniment of mucli 
aquabbllng chatter. Down the beach two crows, black 
as i-oal. are fighting with frequent harsh squawks 
and much flapping of ragged wing pinions, over 
morsels of fresh crab left by the last tide. Behind 
this scene the tall fint iorm a backdrop of huge gaunt 
trunka from which project wind-twisted and riven 
arms, whose needle-tipp^ branches sway and sigh 
to the insls^ant pressure of the west wind. Acroas 
the heaving water looms the grey head of Cape 
Elattery. a faintly opalescent shadow against an 
oyster-tinted sky. 

16 fiail^ (Colanlol 

81 .N DAY. NOV. S3. 1»68 


By 


ROBERT M. SAVERY 


IIKiU IN' THE .SKY against the windri/ts ap- 
peared a bUu.’k spot which enlarged rapidly into the 
-recognlzahle silhouette of a lone gi«ise winging its 
way down . -.asi. a thing of beaufifuj grey and black 
fhythmlc movement. Suddenly far behind and above 
from the landward direction appeared a s(ieck. ifl 
first scariely noticabie, then enlarging rapidly as Its 
swept wingetl biKty hurtled forward. 

The hawk, was well aware that he had been 
observed by his quarry for the go<»ses pinions had 
Increased their beat so that his body leapt forward 
at a -Speed that was a teveiation of his powers. 

The hawk's flenie eyes shone with a stem light 
as slowly his great yellow feel, each tlp^ wiih 
long, black, needlesharp talons, opened and closed 
convuUively. However, excepting for a slight down- 
ward impetus, he ma«le do effort to imTease the 
velocity of his /light and his wings beat the air with 
a deliberate even stroke which 'presented somehow 
a hint of hidden powers still in reserve. 

The little goo&e was for the first few moment.v 
after discovering htw pursuer, fleeing (or bis life. 
Terror had him in Us grip and. in the clutch of that 
excitement, he surted to exert every atom of his 
strength. 

The sudden burst of speed from the fugitivi* 
was no surprise to the hawk. In (act he exixs ted It 
for always al the start of the fha.se this spurt ap- 
peared. The question, and the only important ques- 
tion. was how long would the increased speed last? 
The hawk was too wily, too expert at the game of 
life and death lo make a premature move and tail 
upon thoae reserves of strength that he might nee<l 
before the end. 

If the hawk had been aware that ln.stead of a 
l^rge duck or Joon, he had one of nature's great 
flyers to deal with and a bird noted for its sagacity 
he might not have felt so confident. 

Suddenly he screamed, a wild shiiU cry scaled 


with mounting tones of rage, normally sufficient to 
produce almost a complete paralvsis of terror In the 
one pursued IKivvcver. its effm In this case was 
unu.sual for it prMuced a bteuk in the rapid whirr 
of the wing.s making the Jmic giK»e stagger and 
then suddenly slip sideways to resume Us flight on 
• circular sweep. .Now every moment he gainful 
8]^ w-ifh slow poweiful thrusM o| his wings so 
that half gilding, half flying, the little goose lost 
altitude. 

rhe move <onfu«*.l the hawk for a moment until 
he could plane around toward the Jme ol fli^tit of 
the gtH»M* .Now his unwinking, intent eyes »ooii 
noted with marve|oti« j. . uracy that the sj>:o-e tie- 
ttveen pursuer an.l pursiosi was br-gmning to .Umin- 
Ish and he feJi that vi.t..r> was his whenevei he 
chose to take ii. True, rhe flight curve »ei by the 
large bud bothered hirn and it entailed a l.isi mo- 
menr adjuaimeni m hu m..ih.al ..f attack, hut never- 
theless he fel, rhat vi.iory wa.v his and in a matter 
of moments. 

The appt'arance ol gnm. calm, masterful deiiber- 
atei>es.x in hi.s appioai h suddenly vnnishe<J. His Jdng 
pointed wings were driving hard and as fast as 
muscle ami smew is.uld drive them. This, with his 
downw.irrt sw.K^p. cau.se«i him lo overhaul his quarry 
as though the latter was standing still. 

Suddenly the hawk scrvamerl again 3r»d again 
the yTlIow ftso opened and shut as his flcn’e eyes 
judged the disiamf. Then with wings half clo^, 
talons spread and tail fanned out he shui down upon 
his vlctirn. 'rhe IlftJe goose, however, had waited for 
the hawks attacking scieam and thereupon had 
veeri|d sharply. At the same time, rolling sideways, 
be planed sharply tow'ards the water at suipri.>dng 
through the centre of a riamg cloud of 
d sturbed gulls So gieat was his .speed that although 
his powerful wings-braked vigorously, he hit the 

smack snRard. m fact, 
that the hawks scream, wild and shnll. a cry high 
scaled with disappointment and baffled rage went 
unheeded he despt*rately veered and swept pa^t 
the weaving cloud of gulls. 

Slowly rhe gulls settled to the water and shore 
to resume their hum for food, while on a sand bar 
off the Point, a little grey goose preened his feathers 
u though nothing unusual had happened, then ris- 
ing on his webbed t.res, he beat the air once, twice 
with his extended wings befure stepping deliberately 
towards the shore weed In search of food 




i>my COLONIST maoahn 


VICTORIA, B.C., SIND.AV. NO\ EHBKK 23. 1958 


Remimscenf of scene from Poga is fhis corner of Frank L. Gil- 
bert's garden ot 2710 Estevon. Flower-loving "pointer" at left 


Is followed by toe-dancing "alligotor." For post five years Mr. 
Gilbert hos been collecting life-like pieces of driftwood from 
Victoria beaches. Untouched and unpointed, these ore given a 
place in his garden. —Islander photo by Williom A. Boucher. 





PAGES of the PAST 


Constance Swartz 


LOCAL ISSUES FOREMOST 


>->»• >.Ul (hui-k. }h-> hicJi 
r.iii'l th^ hK'al.dtH-ior and 
i» f«trmer mrfnfM'r nl Uie 
R<'MP and Mr. P<irJer pic* 
Die hoadlinr: f^APRE 

rU’NK.S IXKTOR’S WIKK IN 
DRINK. 

On oijf fu»t trip 1ci C^ilUno 
ueir Jnviii'd io m«s-i the 
r viaii»*d off 

fK.ni Ma.Sfu in a wmth- 

♦ and \^lieji hll a tide 
i»p. thp leuncii «|rnHi on 
\SV ; IhluiK'h safnly «nd 
Kfid oiu rf'trpiion \\ ht^n nm* 

l«’ft fi.i ih»- wore 

i-ornme Ir.K. ih*- \^h«i| \»*ry 
hlrmiyl>. My wife . raim''>at 
tit' -ht nn /I boll on Iho rrp.tvy 
fh.ai .Ni.e ihic\t It Ilf! blit 

fell -iMi ihe dincht If upM'i 
b» I ii. :'. f«T tt;.Vfllint* t.n Die' 
P!;nil H -ii'rH ThiTMiDiT hrr 
bean a n**at vtlnriHvor 

Dn • dill 

“ii and lod.ix, one 

nf in 

liH- .I'l-f'-i ■ s.ty-- t’v I'-i'iT, 

Ihf. |•;lllrr • 

M , otnmi- '-'•■•'I. \'ii IIIII.I and 
I'ublii’try hiiit-.Mi He 
and uilf- Pat. beneftl froni 
hi« faihet'^ rutvicaiuwmi know- 
liow, they :iui-^ Ihr lAlaruU 
In <^ii'Appi'))«' II "Dad'*- U>at 
vt»>. at'ily iMmed '<,ju'Ap{>(-]le' 

- no rall«^'~ lypiral of a 
pi»rr.T-;n on b‘- liulf Dland 

in|i*> 

"W: ij*» fTjj, |M.op]< vM'te in 
Albei-ni" ‘.-y* "Difte vt»u* 
ihrri .. .nsjr men m Wianfe of 
the j •■- !!. F..;i :i •■my. rt m 

year Whil*' ...t- nt t*'..-i 
llieit Ap|» lle’*^ •• ii ;• I ' e 

faili-ii 1.. O. • iji H* e| »'ii it'i* 

(;,ili.,i- siifi- of A'D'c 

Hi* \ . • l.-nterii .. 

ri'R I'llr.'i--- •/. hiih tried i« 
pi\. .. tt.w The hull f iuD 
via*- mider tiny int 

hi r afut Ifi ib-Ntri a U!i- 

'Hie mini.<(«r eUtmlM'ied 
ill. .iful left *-\Mi4'in- half 
uay tip Die vnu nnl||, 

tl:i =, him I ntn M-iyne 

J>l...-i ulu.rf"' 

Nuihi. , *»• •lra*Di t«efen M' 
ri'tirr, although l.r *et i*n 


n'HK I^NDON TI.HES, according to The British 

Colonist of Nov, 21, 1859, wm calling for an 
tmm^Ure settlement of the San Juan island dis- 
pute. It will be recalled that a few month.s earlier 
the American army had occupied the Island, whose 
sovereignty was still In dispute between Great Bri- 
tain end the United States, The British (^^nLst 
had^led for anped intervention: but .saner Advices 
pr^giied. However, The Times more or less e<4iood 
the little colonial newspaper's sentiments when it 
s<i)d; 

"The San Juan difficulty originated in audacity 
and as.«umption that England w'ould be '.fratd to 
avenge it. It is time to stop .such notion.*.'' 

On that .same day The British Colonist told it 
the furor created In the United Statea^by the death 
tn a duel of .'Senator Broderick. He wa.s the first 
US senator to die in this fashJoa and there was 
a great outcry in American political circles. 

Sappers and mmem, the newspaper said, were 
waiting at Chatham to embark for Vancouver's 
Island and. In the Far East. Sir Hope Grant was 
expecting a force of 10.000 British troops to help 
him in hlA war with the Chinese. 


Fmm the file* of The BriU*h ColonM of a 
century sao, the stories in this series have been 
rollerted. Amor de Co-kmiMi founded the newv 
paper In Deiember of 18A8, and wlOi It fed the 
fire of reform. 

The Colonlnt has /louri*hed In Its role nf 
defender of Ihe rii;hl* of man, bf the democratic 
way of Ufe, and ol full frs'edom eser ^tre. 


entertained a few we»*k* ago that a long ami ilteary 
winter had set in. 

•The Puget ^und iPort Townsenut HeiaiC s^ns 
the Indians there predict a seven- wmi«i . miI oRe 
as a reason tlfllt the hair on arurnnK i* Mty loi.g 
this season." 


An official of the Pacific Muil stfAtri<-iiip* whs 
offeiing steerage pass-ige from Viumm i<. «an 
Fiancisco for $10. 

But the Hud.*---*^ Buy • 

Lahoiichcre was offntn- i,, 
clii*« pavsengers hI SI,'- an 
When she sailed Nov. 
min. . south. 

' All sjHikr- fu»u> -^v of 
an e^rly return v.;;;-. |}.. .. 
mentvd ... to rich --n.l c-\ 

Norihcfn Dorado . , We h 
ihe outbreak Of the gold fc 
mity of opinion _ ... :.g niv 
regard to the re* ji-., - of 
more encouraging ... Die opi:---:-- «,e b.Mkiu up 
by the gold,” observed The hniish Cf-”---i*i 

One of the Ingo- shipped in the LhImiui h« r< wn* 
worth $6,203-17, and many a miner osrnro a w*ighl 
of gold in dust and nugget* m a bell sUoii hiA 
middle which made him heavv on his feel 

The newspaper, snd de Co«-ma- looked r»«r a 
great ru*h to the F*" cer. Que-.np| RKei /.iid foit 
Alexander "when the rivers air fit-e m Du -■■{i-iv • 


•jmi*- 


vtraiti 


• He w-irnid hi.? readers ihai no lev* ■ personage 
than tliH .<p,'..ker of ihe House. Dr J S Helmrken. 
had ‘-.-^n iivirig to peiHuixk- Vnloiians thy wet« n«»t 
eniifU-d In vole m othei dislMcl*. even though they 
had the lu ^. Hsarv land hrddmg qoalifii allon*. 

'The !.. • I *h|e Kcnlleman ought to know... 
It appe.iri from the following <l4U*e iln the Fran- 
chise Act* that he ; laboring under a mistake. Not 
intentional' Oh no! 

"Nothing herein mnuined shall abridge or lake 
away ilhe right i of _ .> pt-i^ori to vole m rcsj»ect 
of severe: quahficatlt:;' several dtslricfs.” 'This 
was the notorious *plur4l vote," to which de Cosmos 
had reference He opposerl |l But since It was the 
law "thetefote the ‘lectors should not allow them- 
selves to be hambcMUlfd b> *uch high authority." 

Dr. Helmrken furiously denied the charge. 


> tilt led 
* «ug 
m Die 
M*<ce 
urianl 


Bulllhg waters of A>lhe fiuu. Iwsame familiar path for lal and padre. (Photo by C 


But there were k>cal issuea and affairs to 
which 'The British Colcnlsi gave more space and 
comment There was a colonial election coming In 
the New Year, with editor arid publisher Amor de 
Cosmos leading the insurgent faction against Sir 
Jame* 'Dodglas and his ‘‘family-company compacl" 
In the house of assembly. 


* Portci rn Fianr i;- to 
rairy ’ Ami Dui . wi -i the 
f* he dm. Sw^jlliig utiilrr a 
«'o;«tinp Ilf li..-;, clammy with 
rain, or with g «lc snapiwd 
branches living; park.ig 
hymn twK>ks rolies and vliui 
i-quiprnent hi- a re«>b>le 

church A s;:^p.<.ho’ 
him toling 
Fendei whatf. 
on ho. hark. 

Taking ihr r 
At South r« *iU» 
long mile nip 
down Nav r: 

Rrnwning IH 
canal separar;;. 


hr partner ihe 
I >:ot carry nnt-. iind 
.-r.oumcd a ik-ui le 
-•t'.-rjied to a «’vier 
Mimolt in Vi<rk- 
h-'‘ig 12 years at St. 

; h. He w'a> t' pu- 
Old Counijy lur 
.-inada. with > 

•er a desDi Mr. 
• ■ed m ISN* lo 
w here h» rw/w 


■m 

-**monium 


The window would have 
gone 1*. L.vi-fi ma:* 

tf^ rtf F.ii.fi ha<l l.i not iliivl 
><»ung. M|v«i L\i i-iought It 
I" South I'l-miei whi i she 
' •• *1 the Cran; •- tali i v*v»hi- 

■ ■ n. Mu- -u w « iuii* Ii Jt Wrt' 
‘ ’:h 1 b\ »M|-ani»‘l (hiiy 
P.okvr wh* il«*ifned the 
Ul,': ;,iid built Dm- Darne- 
w Ol k 


By RONALD W. CLARK 


POPULAR 

TRADITION 


coiTkoraU. one drumm« i ami 24 
Guard.smen. 

When f^e S*»v<-ieigu t* in-t 
resident Lr>’iunn h«»th *ie- 
tavhmeni* ^re slightly ii dumi. 
for although the .si.vrit.cNS 
Guaid iV still mounted, s'-.yle 
ln5(ead of -"-uhle *-4r;.u- eie 
then pasied at leiian. jm uiir. 
around both St Jarm*? I al 
ace arid Bmkinghsm l-iihMe. 

FIGHT AVOIllKH 

It wax it .<1. Jiim«*'s l al 
are that an imult-ni ixiiuied 
in I6i<8 wh - Wiiham of 0|. 
ange -later lo U- Kn.^ wna 
preparing lo lake up quaiicts 
there. Kmg James If 
completing hi* pi.ms for «b 
diration and the K.f f - id 
was sfUl in St. J:--; - uni- 
mj-'ileil by Lonl (*i»vi U hen 
Miiliam iif !-.rti‘s.f l-'iirft 
Guard.** came ic r^ke 
Lord C :v. ., pri*!>Aie*J 1« f = lit, 
Ar the last tnunu-nl. *:-r-*i, 
King Jar'-'-v It oirlf-Hd :.,in 
lo maft!- oii? nvn 

During the mbldh i.f Die 
,l*tlh Crv.lu;-. Die filKuil 
mourinvJ from tin- 

(ds i’stade ihf )i«.it 
op»'n Afiai-e beiw«-en Dm Horse 
Gu.tnU' bv .t'hng a n d mi. 
J.imes’^ Park. To mHiM.,in 
Ih-ir iT.idiiion Ihe tv 

a'lll rp'>'= ‘-d Iiom Dun «>ii 

>.^rtair' - >iuiing Dm it'i-Mh 

of May. 

For Ih-.* u-si Ilf the vr.ii, 
h i vt'ver ' . *wi- d; . t -- *• i 

of Ihe Q' •;iiei<l mmrh 

fr-vm Ih.-,, -'tjtf-kk ;,if 


/^NR of BHUUn's elde st 
military ia.HtltutioM Is 
the SoverHgn'a Guard, whoee 
changing before Bucking- 
ham Falace ki a facnona 
sight 

The origin of the Queen's 
Guard Is kNd In the mists of 
tiudlDon.-but It is sometlroes 
asserted that a Royal Guard 
ha* been mounted in LorKlon, 
whether or not the monarch 
wa* in the capital, since 1660. 

It haa always been the prer- 
og;itive of Die Guards regi- 
mrnia — Grenadier G u a r d a 
Coldstream G u a r d a Scots 
Guards and Welsh Guards — to 
provide the officers and men 
for the Sovereign's-* Guard. 

This tradition is broken 
when the Guards battalions are 
fully committed elsewhere >- 
between the First World War 
and the Second W'orld War. 
for instance, other regiments 
frequently provided a King's 
Guard during August, when 
the Guards were on summer 
manoeuvres, 

StiMETIMES OTHRK.S 

The custom i* also broken 
on >*pecial oecssionA during 
Cor*r itiotv Year. In 1SI53 a 
number of Commonwealth 
regiments each provided a 
Queen's Guard for a short 
p*-fiod. More recently, on Sun* 
drtv. June 22, 1958. the 50th 
pi'finer*-- ly of the Icundaiion 
of the Territorial Army, the 
Queen's Guard was mounted 
by the Honorable Artillery 
ComjM: V 

It 1.*. however, only the 
Guards who wear Full risess - 
scarlet cloth tuni<*}i and black 
fv-arsklns when mounting a 
Qiieen'.s Gttanl. All other regi- 
ments wear the le*« colorful 
uniforms of every«lay military 
h fe. 

The Queen's Guard is formed 


isl.it'iil \ 

w". im memoirvB 


loners 


aS hail lellow welb 

-• : • ' hU'D.fr *hcp- 

J- .: Al’ken. -H* e fl- 
p**-if.l.* hut tie Kept It 
hi> like Ht *lt fM* 
>"• quiet Hi liulii't 
ab*-.‘ D. 'lliey wav aj* 
lKj»h of it»m: 

• : l4Kt*d. ’ 

min." 4 wonan 
' y - - as w hat :.r was 
k- j : > 3i Alwavv there 
: c ■;. and hHj out 
:r rveal.” 

-• M »Mii»i *aya 

V'-*. Ponet always 

I ?.• \^MS 

■ Mr* BJ**U was 


h.^rf. “’mouIiJv a 

Mr I’ctsj^i 1 .ip 

font r«icKy ti 

ildgc and Dm- 

the Anhm Pi , r.. 
I'kiy. Theie lir - 

w.utinc favojj tid: 

rrluin trip 

In Ib.b. Ml r*ir-« 

build South Pe, 
of th»* III..-! 
l.tum-h If wuh fit 


r«>i Ihf -.iiMif Mav 

I'.iy D.i |sitln nearly 

luini-d up miwiiip 

'■ ‘i l-iis.’** grtDteiinp li»*rn all 
Ti,; i,-. -rrw hau rriOlifl out- 
- tlij chiiith Mr I'.ifkyn 
.\oti«aty w„'iHd to go 
ifi •I•'D1 Mr Foi;,. .-.niveil 
Af’^ : hrtif rto M 111 the < on 
V i-w;'::.-:: gol t, lit Jourd Mil 
Ml- Im'al floing- iiip txt-n 
dispo*****! of. Af>»-i .iP liouf wf 

. J^,,| porn. 

Il- I Nn| t| ’ iri Ml- {■1)1 I,f 

M,p - ..,v y^f wo,-.; I, ..fljrl 

T» -htgivitig 

•• A r.'.rr.: fi,,! hoi nu>*s« 


of two detachments. (!>ne of 
them guards St. James's Pal- 
ace and con.slsts of a captain, 
lieutenant, en.«lgn, warrant of- 
ficer, color sergeant or ser- 


geant. a seigeani or lance* 
*iergeBni, two corpoials or 
lance-corporal*, one drummer 
and 18 Guard.*men. The other 
detachment guards Rucking 


ham Palace and con*usts of 
one subaltern, one warrant of- 
ficer. color sergeant or wr- 
geant. a sc*rgeanl or lanceser- 
geant. two corporals or lance- 


!-.-•= h . there w.is a -j( .. 

I- ' 1< lot ,|l| 

D-- ; ' "T*- <iiirnl »>h tl.i 

vT- , if Dip rhunh. Vx-kuip Mi- (*i 

down !>■.* l'a>v and *•***- Dm' <*hri-ii 

• m.tll i.'in.i-.r* M-niinc up to knew ■ 

WtfH*. i.« Mtirtfl. Wrt* a M;'hl 

well woi ih Tern* nilK-i iiiriL*. Mr 
ForT-'-“ .TV- "It w,t* I'lM of the 
lerpevt ei-rii*rep.ii»o«i-i wf ever 


i’liipb* lifought b'mh, the 
Fi 1 1 * • ' .miJ’I'IksI i«-a ami < off* e 
and (he meal was i-aten the 
vi< • t -:ji' Cdi»k n 
The Pi. • IV fiitfd )i.ipi>ily* 
b)f(- GuK l*'.- 4 nU hie .laik 
Ai'^'- !•-* ;!i- Ihf fMdic al a 

. *1 F;:-= .; liy 
V« i ' \*. irulow ]! V A iM-.illtifiil 

ri.. ■ d •.imy it Iw . 


SIX (e*-l |,d|. 

Mr. Poiier 

'•le )<H.k 

>*>y ci-.tempj«iing 
A Kulden i. . ^ei* 
t* hair. Hi? w.'iole 

Ill- Wl >« .ij*. 

: ndt .r hi> h« - k. 
^ to ‘ ifc knit- 
•voolgafheting? 
..'ff purls 

i:;-’ T^'v-hif; |i|it 
- Did slipping I r>«- 
the t’hjidien 


pii'iili * anil p,:»tii -. 

he [■ M ' ••*) r-is -'ll V..' 

(hr ^Dl-d' ol hi* »!v .. .. iiiidi ; 
i!„*. Ill ffM- In: Im- !•- 

kriowr- liii 'Thi I< ivklnid 
Gi*y ' V* ‘i'll * nt'vei goi h*»m* loi 
lea" ( •. F'«ilcr nmmiUt* ,i 
' .<pi . . * hitk uui lei •-* ' i i 
iiiv > hihin-n < : .i).- 
lor. I' mIo IiI d;iiii-< '! In their 
i-vi a* Uinr fsDiei ...p, 
*‘l.l - >• ihl till- «n- Du 

Ahoie. iw.i* a H rg-VM |j;ul 
neve; tiefoie. now 

Dll bMlrt ht**- quielly s)i-i-|iln; 
A IJlJiig ''-...til it Uf w t ilid I- 
lore. ■ we left thid l>atty <»n 
Ihe shot" Biahm? ntvt-r 
iliuught ■ I a luilatiy liki Dus' 


^re pi aci < ally 
yafd wi.i i.itm 
*hlng • I tile*. 
:ic IS itD tmpi-rs 
w .‘-r-n ht * knit* 


'h In Die 
d not Ihe 
fed amring 

. . . ii4,ks 

t'V • ‘ ■ and 


J tnies' : T' •! 


Even nn»re colorful — amt popular with *pe< Ufon*~lhan changing 
«lon bi ceremony at Hnr*e Guards. UhltehaU. lx>mlon. where Hihini 
guard. Nearest camera above are truopera of Ktiyal Horse Gi 
over duties from whlteplumed life Guard*. 


2 iatlif (Eol0tii0t 

Sl'NDAY. NOV. *3, IM 


mountcfi as a 
there. 


<Tcr{fmi!fl 


fioin <*aJbuHi Island. arr*N>« Active 







RKV. KOKFKT 1)1 NCW 

. . . popdinr pudrr of thr Itlami'i. 


months; Jh^n In 19^1 to Wola- 
ley. then N \\'.T. He arrived 
after a three^lay hllz/^rii. dr<>\p 
H hi»ttslei»*h miles Infu the 
»*«untr>' and fru»lgeH six miles 
»n deep ■intiw •‘the hardfsi 
work I've ever undertaken in 
my life"’ 

Mr F't'tier w^-tii to Wolsjiy 
to farm, hut having? had 
much to do With sheep lust, 
black. wo*d piiUinv* and others 
he sttidif'd fi>r the cler;:> and 
wail ordained In Rejiina m 1910. 

Tlieip he inarned. the ^nme 
>ear, Vtvnan Mi«’hel Sptoicer 
Pajje hoin 1HS7. the first 
while baby in Cannutitton 
Manor N.W.T. JI»t parents 
were the first couple married 
In the little church. All Saint.x. 
(fer ^landparenta had ox- 


railed il there from Oak Lake, 
V.iniiols). 

Rev R. [>. P»H»er'» fust 
p,in.-)i w.ia Tvvan. Susk . one 
>edt : ttieii fraik ilui*e yeais. 
I-'iotn fiie*'MW<H)d In the Koot- 
ertav.s Jir lotned the Cniiadlan 
Army M»xl.ral in 191d. 

It.vi’k from overM‘s> he sfient 
1919 In rhem.iinus, it»2.3 28 
on M.jv »ie I'land f'dlowe*! hy 
the Alhernls and 

bn. k t.. .Mayne, !932 3>t 

At Mayne Island the new 
pjr.-HMi. havine firat bei>n 
taken for a hootlegtter. re- 
U-itned the spotllpht whila 
helping a large picnicker fiotn 
a dinghy into a launch. The 
dinghy got away from her 
and she subsided majeeileally 


A FINE THING, for a parson, the first day in his new parish, to be taken 
for a bootlegger! But that’s what happened to Rev. K. I). Porter when 
he Red up at Mayne Island wharf In .August. 19*’3. 

A launch' drew alongside and shone a flashlight in unr faces. “What 
are yteu looking for?'* a.sked Jack Ait ken, at the helm. And the gruff reply 
wa.s, “Bootleggers from Seattle." 


I'umiliar Sight: >fr. Port>-r at helm of Kuscraua. 


nel. but there's be an eldy 
near the shore that he is}uld 
take advantage ol “ 

A Gull Island parson needs 
to know hi.s navigation. "He 
mu.<l know the rocks and reefs. 
Some is foul grounil. and some 
is de»'p waier Razor Point a( 
the mouth of Browning ILir* 
bor. is a dirty one ' says Mr. 
AUken Rooks run out. like 
jac>;ed . ju<t b4- ^ w ater. 
Kelp beds can mean rock*, or 
deep water. If ym. get caught 
out In very had weather and 
c*an tic onto a kelp be<I. the 
sea^ don r actually break on it. 

“.\fier Mr. Porter got goin’ 
hy himself." says Allkcn. “I 
went biick to my .sheep farm- 
ing. Vhe oldest gome in the 
world' The .Shepherd of the 
Hills' My father was a shep- 
herd in Lannark. Scotland - 
and my mtilher wa.s a .shep- 
herd. so naturally 1 went back 
to if" 

Caring lor their flocks w-a* 
something John Aifken and 
the new paxtur had in com- 
mon. 

R'*tvert DutK'an Porter went 
t«. svrhool in Tavistock. Devon, 
and had hi- isth biiihday on a 
ship bourvl for New i^e.^liuTd. 
He joined a rousin at Kor 
aine .M a n g a n o h o. ne.ir 
Wanganui, on the Noi i!. 
Island, and st;»*«-i'ed m"re 
^heep than you ixiuld shake 
a crock at 

“The higgi'si ranches had 
bachelor quarters," Mr. Puriei 
recalls. ‘AVVd ait down 2*1 to a 
meal. Afterwaiiis we'ii :-4iher 
around the fireplace and every' 
body sang " The first Ihlng !.i.s 
pay went im wa.s a banjo, ami 
from the ‘gentleman song- 
sters' learned the lune.s that 
enthralled Gulf Islanders 30 
years Liter. 

For three years young Por- 
ter wa.s cook on a sheep farm. 

“The boss made a batch of 
bread so hard the hungry dog.s 
wouldn't eat IT So I had a try. 
and turned out a goori hai<h. 
and. the b<uw said ‘From now 
on. you're the co»>k!* " 

“I gave a dinner party, but 
h.id no milk for the g«K»seherry 
pie. So I went into the wool 
shed and milked a I'rjuple of 
sheep. My guevi.** emdaimed 
nvei* the dehci'nis milk I didn't 
tell them what they were hav 
Ing until'afrer we d finished the 
meal!" 

On a dairy farm for threr 
jT.irs. Porter rolled out at 33i> 
a.m. tn milk 25 cows, morning 
ami night. “We hail to lake the 
milk aiTo«!s a • lftfl«win» 
river: load it <m a cart; lake 
it to the butler factory, and 
bring T>at'k the skim mdk. Often 
wc met the t.'W.s cf»m!- ■ in for 
the afternoon milking. Ju.st as 
Wc got home'" 

After seven years In New 
?.ealand thr young rancher re- 
turned to England for nine 


Padre Porter, left, and parislilnner with typital .Active 
Psvs catch. 


flailfl (tolnnisl 

Sl'ND.W, NOV. is, l»M 


Mr. Porter now visits from 
time to time the Gull Islands, 
his parish from 1923-38. with 
at. Mary Magdalene. Mayne 
Island, as headquarters. In 
the Magpie. Amigo. Qu'Ap* 
pelle. and later In the 26-foot 
cabin cruiser Rosorana. he 
shuttled between the L^lands. 
Come high wave or low tide, 
the seadog padre could be 
spotted creeping along the 
coastline, visiling the tucked- 
away churches and homes 
where seryices were held. 

‘T'd hold services on Sunday, 
on three different Islands.’* he 
recalh*. "Once I took a lady 
from Port Washington to 
have a baby. In case of acci- 
dents, I took a nurse along!" 

The padre laughed when 
asked if he would come back 
to give an oldtimer his famous 
"package deal" burial ‘T used 
to go 16 miles to Sidney to 
pick up the coffin. Then I’d 
pick up the corpse: and finally 
perform the burial service." 
All for $35! 

"My first vLxit to Mayne 
Island, after the late Bishop 
Schofield offered me the 
parish, was in January, 1923. 
I drove from Cheenainus to 
Cnifton. I caught the Ss. 
Otter crossed to Vesuvius Bay 
on Stall Spring, walked «U 
miles to Ganges Harbor, picked 
up the Otter again at 1 a.m. 
and she landed me on Maytie 
at 10. 

"Canon Locke-Paddon's wi- 
dow was .still in the vicarage 


and I was ushered into a very 
cold, large room, with no fire. 
1 was invited to lunch, but the 
stove smoked so badly that 
we had to open all the doors 
and windowTi. In the after- 
noon Mrs. Eustace Maude 
came down from Point Com- 
fort. so cold she had to get 
breakfast with her glove.s on. 
I wondered how people lived m 
such condiUon.s'" 

The ne.xt inp was for keeps. 
Mr. Porter came down from 
Chemainus in his little Magpie 
with a one-cy linder five horse 
power engine and no dinghy. 

"I struck Active Pa.-is as the 
tide was beginning to ebb. I 
was going backward^ instead 
of forward, hut managed in 
the end. to make 4he float at 
the Mayne Island wharf I tied 
up to a pile' Luckily the man 
who brought my furniture 
noticed, and relief it to the 
float." Otherwise p<wr Magpie 
could have been htinged by the 
bow and drowned by the stern. 
"It was only my third time in 
a launch! Bishop Schofield 
said I was very brave, or very 
foolhardy! But 1 got there, all 
right!" 

Mr. Porter alway-v gut there 
ait right. \V*hen he came to 
Mayne. oldtimer Jack Ailken 
t(v)k him in tow'. "I u.x**d to 
do all Canon Paildon’-^ woi k. 
taking him vi.sitlng. and to 
the churches. That's why Mr. 
Porter got me to .show him 
around. He had to know the 
tides and eddies It might he 
a strong tide out in mtd chan- 


NO DULL MOMENTS FOR 
ISLAND PADRE 


i 


PITY the POOR POLITICIAN 


'T'HIS l.s TIIK TIME of year when iheie is op»'*ri 
season on liolti ducks and injlitui.ins. the only 
difference Iwmg that whilst for dui ks thp si^ason 
Is limited to a few weeks, for iH»litiei«ns it wUle 
open for 3K5 days out of eveiy year. 

Of cfiurse .some, with great furelhought. man- 
age to have Ihem.selves elected to Victojia or nt- 
taw'a. and Imre they pas.s many happy immUi'-. Anfoly 
out of Hinge of their cmusitiuenis' stuirp-shootlng. 
dreaming gieat ami u#‘iiuilful dreams of liovi off iirs 
should he ordered 

For ilie humble grass root-, pnlti. - m.-. wnKiling 
with pi'-t-l-;:-.-^ of s«*wei.s and septic tanks. flniigK 
ar« v«Mv different. Not for him t;- ' of 

reflection ami conlemplaliun arnidsl the Olympi.in 
halls oi P.itllamenl. hut rather an eF>':-^^ling]y hot 
seat at the hxal council tatile. with ’ ^ r.ttepayeia 
huffing and puffing down his neck as he mulls over 
controver-*ial l-sxiies. 

De-»pile .ill the he.i.|.o-iii»x th-il y>‘ v^ tth jt. a seat 
on the lo=-^l council i*. usually rr.oiii . ..-’‘-i after 
and genej :illy there are far more apple f--j the 
po.sition.H than thete ate seats. K'>r iioe re '*n, 
those lu* ky pi*nplo who live in the e>- — ren play- 
ground. trud-Te Ihiciugh snow ever\ I--: : to 

oaat ball'"- for the men of their ch- 
it Is i seiiou.s th'H fJi« y have to 

make. Im n is up to ih**m to r!:;i m.in that 
they will mo--i enjoy complaini--.- to .o.d 
for the next iwo yrr-.rs 

H'.iw*-v»*t, H in not with the >: .t I am 

primaniv nim<^nu'tl. f'li tinough i.xi: - pri--.- anil 
televistor; they are t»hower»'«l vMlh ryt-'-'ln nt a<1\i4*e 
on just now ihey ahnuld vote. Hui *.Ahai of the 
forgotten man. the candidate, foi v;hom no one 
has any H<lv,ve to spare 


HAMNt; BEEN TlfKOI LII the nni: myi-el/ rny 
experience mis,hl be of av-....= r!!ce *■. ifnete who 
aspire to tx—.imc putihc servants It- le l .xhould 
Inject the waimng that while most : ’tvams have 
some pioi,*.=iiin xgairisi harsh entu -i from their 
employer . this prott*c!ion does not *•»!• !. :* 'o pobhe 
servants 

My 0“?i in pul*h.-- •■•rvire v. :i,s launched 

when my f!:.-n<t Jih* ram-' to me ] hav:- .ilw.iv.s 

liked Joe i.s r-n menial ci.Md, py,.. 

Bibly beivi «>f that, hut on ihis - =. ;e;; h: >»*<! 

somefhinit ^ i! hi-: mind • 

"You he ‘youH an htuiest. sin- ere. 

intelligo- 1. it.iid uoi king, putilu >pa , li;.-. n Why 
don't yoii run foi the council this year’' 

My opouon of .Iiie comp!e'-*}y What 

kei-n m!elllg4‘hct‘. what depths of •— -^-.-epiion the 
man had’ How couM I have oveilouked ii all thes«> 
years? I deiemuned to p.iv mo.-e attention to him 
in the fii'of. f| .so iQ.uMou.s an ir>‘J<vidual felt 1 
was ner*ded m puhlu- office. j.urely it my duty 
to offer m>s**ll. 

My wife sei-mi*cj a little duhiou.^ when 1 broke 
the news to fiei 

"Aic you ^!lre you are needed? Tli municipality 
seems to have got along aii right up to i-ri.v 

I rep'ied lofwh that, of coui-o* she- s 

woman and coulilrUi t>o exjux-ied to ur- r- ,;rtMd such 
things. 

The fh 'I pi-.blem in my camp ;n was one of 
sale<»miir.;,{-,ip Ho* to sell myse'i to n-' •imer. 
or In thU C.l-e tfie ele.-lur^!;-? ? 'i- huw effec- 
tive Ihi- techiu'iue en;p!o>r:l hy the FuI 1 «t 

Bnush m.an w rs. I deu--i — oru-d ro ■' a out 
of his Ixx'k an-l stage a rt.*-o rp:-.^;. 

This iiiimediji'-iy bi.eight (hr;' v. from 

.some of my fn-M'd-. Tie’ I »cxj ?’•- J* r- i»»ok their 
pohllrs Vi-r\ h-Miouxly and if I gi\. the 

wiong ncswr-is to s-iuK* of tlieir in.;': - ...vti.og 

quesiKm- it w.is fei| that t'’’-'' I ‘d h:ipe for 
was to he e-iorteil off ttie ;i\- ■■ :h." point 

of a pttrtll'Uk otii.ie V%idl,i<--. . • .f- tjons 

about tiK; ;- out ex*i » h Mi I "-Mled ni> 

V ife to j. . .ri’pios nv O' «'o' d»-i 

-i^iitd. Will) Me tili-i of -h t - mimL )■ I her |h-it{- 
coal't hit' tj’M-r h‘ »u-’ I i i-»o -' ■ • fi •-): aif 

would lie ’■v->t ' !■ I 



"... I eon-^onMxJ 3a* cuim* of le» ..." 

"flood afternoon, alt" I began suavely, when 
he an--wen*d my knock. Tm a c.^Tith(!.afe for » 

Oh the council ar.d 1 w.inie-1 to call around and intro- 
due.- mvM‘1/. 

As we had tv- wu: fwhing togihher that morn- 
ing. I could <ee that thi? nc-.v formahiv rather 
piizzletf him. hut wnh an effott he pulled him*idf 
logiMluT and tivaled me ju«» like ony oUier candi- 

it.-ife 

"(io to the d.*vd." he said. "I'm busy," and 
slamtned the dfeir in my face. 

I must atlmir though, that once started e]ec- 
tnmi-eting was jjihe» fun. The reci*piion ilia! we 
got at most hous4*i was hc..‘pltahle. and many urn's 
when we weje cold and d.seooroged, some Kind 


John Windsor 


5tml would invi'e u.s In to e w-«rm kitclieti and 
ievt%e otir flari'.tig spirits with cup» of hot tea 
If my memory rsTtvef; me correctly, I con.sijmM 537 
cud^ of tea in tdition to a ci.naiderahle vaueiy of 
tw-verager: during the eoui>e of the < tm- 

paicn. 

1 felt r.I .r that people pie/.;;ed to h«> aide to 
up a lie m peisoti. rather ih.in havnng 

to rely on hieratiue sent through the nSiii. t«. a'-.sisi 
them in m.iking ilteir choice. Apart from the many 
n*rw fricntfs that I g.iined this elect ioni-ering helped 
me to devel.ip art ability to appi-al.se a situation 
quickly. 

If. when 1 called, the lady of the house was in 
the inuldle (d waxing her fltairs, there wn.s something 
h<iillng over on the stove, and her baby wa* howling 
Its hearl off: if she had .lol even heard of the elec- 
tion and WHS stsTelly convinced that 1 wa.s prac- 
• isiMR some iimning new sales technique to get hel- 
lo buv .something. I -quickly learned that in such 
■T.Sr It Ls better not to enter into a discussion of 
muniripMl pt«»hlem.s, but merely to leave my name, 
then l«’.iv.*, mvself. 


ANCmitK KK(H’HtKI) virtue Is self control 
1 Well rcmemii.-i the -i:-ullcman who answcied my 
KnOk'R i*nc H.r and reg.-irded me witl-, a s<ony 
couiiJenancp Nothing d.iunied, I openrwl the . -in- 
vet ->t|.*n nj introducing myself. He continued 
Io me, *■ -Idly hut siieriiy and n< .someone 

hvil to ki-»’p the I versaiion 2->otg, I plunged in. 

'I st.^nl for .i-r l.vxr--, and Josht-r expendi- 

tures. ;U-«j It is my i...cninn i. inncrtu«v hy..iw 
,-icaoist ‘^:r: ' P.v 'm this did no? lenifit him. 'Are 
1' -re .ir!> qm-.';-- I- you w.oild like to --sk m*-" ’ At 
Ir-i the tli.icv u» 

"V •- vv?-»t -ihfjut my dju ti? It's all rh«ikc»d 
up •• llh Wi-’Hl'," 

T.-,.:- ';:: i v,e •A.'Jir.ir.i d the di;ch -vid I even 


ANOimt! ' I" ed llsolf 

'vas my — -c;. -oi' tri-nti 1. • I- • •-.- , ti ah«nit 

knocking <m 'ii.i- . i inv-.i -'le busy 

uCcirpants *' « p •!'*• •' l!-'::----: •• I ; O'.:-- i fhjs 

i*Tii.ii’V .- •I !--\ •loit V sUlOirth 1 (-i M'-i 1 Is'^.nfl 

n^y «• my "'xt d.?"i o^;h. 


- itowp. intu d~ muddy 

for h:-. welfau' 

It when I I ;t. ri, 

di-livc»ctl the kc • >-i. •' 

*1 RUie i . - j ■- 

tion." he V .- 1 • 
got a v«>i»* 


to -.jh.-jw mv /exJ 


i"ip. Ml 


The campairjn finally drew to a clc»»e with a 
meeM.-ig at wlilh ail the cendld.ifes sfroke. Ttua 
was good foti f[' everylrody except the candidates, 
for w'lile the vnt of rotten eggs deed cals and 

oveirijM* tom.'.:y to political mi*eiioga ts now 

fiowrned upon. ' ; cor^si.iered excellent sport to try 
to nail one of hopi’ful spiranr.s to the door with 
.some unanswer Mde question. 

Fortunately! me. those who enjoy this partf* 

culitr form of li-rr t-ave '*■ -ir own erhics. and as a 

novic^- to politl. j, affairs j considered loo easy 

H target fur li > skiH. With no hirle tvhef, I <«at 
siU'fd - they - L -Sod swunli* wiiy, me more expert- 
- -i candidn* ! 

■ * « « 

I 

KI.El Tlfj; \V C .4 'IE nor a moment too soon, 
for the pa- >• w !; beginning to tdl on both my wife 
■ind my --’If, buj Wc P-ii-e*! ourselves for niic la.st 
pfiori, jj 

The wivejs i„ politicians a. id would-be pohuci.ins 
ate among the jt ••“.‘“g heiomes ol bur time, and the 
outlook for th< H l.s indeisl bleak When a hu-siiand 
l.»«*s he Is pr. |ij‘ 'If unliv able with ft>r the next 
few days; whileijf In- ' -juld happen tf> win. she h;is 
tbs' pio.spcct ofj-.Mi..g at home night after niglit 
while he altcnii’l^-neetings. 'mder the mi.siaken behef 
that ihey wouldljt Ije jhJe to get a'ong without him. 

About the i !y recrention that she has to look 
forw:-nI to ti» i-nding banqurts. where .she must 
appear bricThth Mentive while her sptiuse makes 
Die rme , :id quips the same >ok*-j that she 

has h.’ard, oh i! many times before. 

We had art. ' *(1 for scvetal cars to drive what 
we hiipcil would' • our .-upjxirtera to the polls, and 
all throu'ih the *•' liu>»nes.s was surprisingly brisk. 
I w is cxwcniely i k’.Hr.ed hI this .sign of strong public 
sv;ip*»if. until , aftcin-ion when I heard that one 
of my rivals w ;j sending his supporter* to vole, in 
my «^-iis. 1 wa.i j^ntioyed that he had thought of this 
ri>r. hot as it w|j too Inie .n the day to reciprocaie, 

I had to (mnlen 1; :-^clf wph loudly denouncing liia 
regiciahle lack ^ p.iliric-ti ethics. 

At the end |f a long hard day we sank dowm 
exhausted to a.g n the results. As the counting 
drew *n a r'-- v >' di.sniverty) that I wa< one of lh'<s« 


who had h**«‘n j; ‘.d After all the wek.s oT work- 
ing and wonder [ - n hnnl *o Ixdieve that i!ve 
contest w -- ■ ic..,. and the 'rf'ie i3<*cided but 

any d . Hiat [ n »d at*our bi*ing ebci.-d were soon 
di}Jp''Ue«l, Tlie !,' .Me rane. "Sorrebndv to congia- 
uIa'c rre" I M hi a liMle ,.->mplarenll>. and In a 
way I was ?»•;! j! 

’CongratuU tton- “ a voice. "And now, 

whnf e you ; Ing In do »hour the ru.v.1 in front 
of my house’ '! reafly i.s in hocking stale." 

1 realized thl 1 was In. 


NIE TIIa|j 


SINCE TIlAjJ 
the council ♦> 
the municipal j 
form, one i» no'H 
more freedom : 
must decide the 
and vt)ie tngeii! ,j 
lenilv opposed ^ 
Admittedly [ 
headache -s. bu<. {- 
wimething whi- 
few of us und- 
rnimejii. ih<* g--lt 
ufi dsreeily. w - : 
Tl- 'te IS 

leanved i| 

world *' '' 
'!.’h.v-:‘d >-| yMtii 
:ii*tund lo }; 
plai ' I'v gc-inc H I 
have been payi | 
c(*mi-:y fuim M l 
I •n-nlrig d: : 
,\ f"llovv 
the C’l'e very f 

1 WCMlIili’i ' i 

lars" he 

gM ilti'iugh r 

,\s ?•:! me , 
n. .. : 'W I'm . 

1 :::! hitO -•UHll I 

' -M.w. ' 

h ti 1 ■ -tig 

. I im f n 111* 


TI'IE I have fourul the work on 
m’ei-es'i'ig and stimulding. In 
erntnenr, unlike the moiw senior 
CMi'.fine.l to parly linpa. There is 
d independence nnd every man 
-«j— ^ f*»r himself Those who work 
about one problem, may be vicF 
the next. 

has more than its fair share of 
M'..- other ha-wt I h.-»v - W.'in»*d 
think l.s of value but which too 
land M-it Is ju<t hew :.~“3l gov- 
mment thn jffe»-’v eaelv one of 

-;me»fr ly of humiilty to be 
wh(-rh It the nmc -se'-nr to i»e 
• enne in iniliori.mie. are fieri>-ly 
whi.i the «>•' :> -e'lled. ore 

.d tint rr.unicipallly has b*en 
. w -V : »d fev^ p-ople if ;tiiy, 
at' “t'ini to the 'n»:i> rn’o-es 
il iy..imljcr Thif. ifi . ni'Hit 


>lli)i Oil hi9 rc;ii' 


I. «t;M -d 


rrr --«l n f'li th.-!!---nd dol- 
-I •ply Ii<id<-d. ".■»nd I wo’ tii t 
f;; : IV.*"- .’ " 

p!;-r- .ir* ali -iiv l-tt To- 
(il ic: -.-c mv fiM ? i Jor* I'll 
ir 11 "- e> •* and : -v 
-I rc an !.o’- ' -i-*' i- 
•Ur ;* J... i:. d I ft iron. Why don't 

• •! It* - y,-.)- • ’ 

(Tnlnttiftl 3 

St MIU. NOV. M. 1 V *8 





TNOVT Wi Ml yoQ 

thM people don't rend 
the newspnpen, becaoM I 
loMm' diffemkUy! About 
tour monlbs Offo. 1 »cored a 
three point landing la the 
middle of the luiandrr with 
a story of our eeiy frivol* 
OUK hobby; the brewkif of 
apple ride r . 

The Colontet. quite under* 
•tandably not wishing to 
branch out into 4he brewery 
business, noted my address 
unilet m\ by line in the hope 
that the curious would fait 
where ihey might on my 
doorstep They did. 

Our po‘ !!vuin thought I had 
sudden:;. gone mad and 
Started »o frighten my frlenda 
snd relat)\e« w’lth immediate 
sriswers to their letter I 
hadn't. This was whdt is 
tervno .1 in -ome circles fan 
rnall. It also in a lot of 

cases inqmiy for information 

And assistance. 

My neighbors on the party 
line thougiii I had established 
a ronsgl'^'tt service. iSo did 
I by ; •• li-ne I got through 
aM-*uennt qvtestions • 

Apples -• fled arriving at 
cur g<iie b*. day and night. 
Th;.? wa« Uvelv: we don’t 

have an - only one 

pifitfic but practically use- 

" Yellow Tran.vparent tree, 
tlie wol> kind of apple you 
f .n | r-.-w Cider from. Finally 
kiio.' -r rted coming at the 
di»r di'd people appearing 
with rT' trying t< buy the 
atuff 

80RKY— NO? 

To thev tnirsly .wnils it was 
ne<. ^ jry. ugretfuily. to say 
no. Mu<' -- we might like 
the i»n profitE «and 

don't thi--^ we i-ouldn't live 
up to the n>Ie of patrons of 
the ar; when we got mellow 
and rgspectable. bct-ause we 
Cu'ildi the attendant inconven- 
iences we couldn't stomach. 

I doubt very much for In- 
stance. wheher the authorities 
at Oakalla or whercN'er could 
be persuaded to ' ign me a 
cell with plenty of daylight 
coming from the right direc- 
tion vr to allow me to take 
er\ i\ pewriter outdoors In fine 
W‘ So. thank you all the 

aam. - the Beardsley cider 
i&> ' for «^e at present writ- 
ing 

Tiie aeaim. aiaried in 
Jul> th:.« >f^ar at the behest of 


Operation Cider 
Now Completed 


barrel stave* In every romer, 
anil not a sign of cider any- 
wi’cfe. Whtti had hap)* ped. of 
C’-..- -!' WJ*. that tlii j'olp left 
in iij.ce had woi^i*d into 
tiu* of the bung bliTk- 

't It. .ind bl?’v :: t*;< 



Roll out the barrel? . . . and mavbe thU one made M! 


STORY, PICTURE BY GINNIE BEARDSLEY 


thirsty- friends who owi: 
orchard and began te.st -.5 tfti 
apples when they wete ‘*’- 
out of the bi 0 .s.som and 

extended bv request a couiiSe 
of time*. Is now but a mr.“ 
ory. Or rather, a whole si:; ^ 
of memone.s. 

There was the stricken look 
on the face of the elder neo- 
phyte who fell In our. «!>■--- 
way to smash f -- 
of freshly pres.sed ju- - 
going to great tremble fr. get 
exactly en-- .igh 
make certain of filling the 
barrel at home. 

Twice as unlucky *.*.';•? the 
neighbor 'in the counir>' man- 
ner of speaking who de . ted 
tc take his Juice h«'me in te- 
gallon carboys. These, when 
filled, weigh about 150 pounds. 
An unnoticed round pehhi.- .*n 
the step of his pumphouse, 
where he planned to brew, 


.;ndi-:f:;j .* hv '■'! 
the m«ii- boiile .• = • ) • 

ft prnble 'ft -it. - tlid 
the carboy. Tb- -.' 
of - hi. ‘'t I'be - M- r 
- t*- -. . the wHl And f«T 
"T.—.e i-ioe jfur- 1 ' this 
man ; »d the ui>'ir •i"i' "f 
*-.- .inK tb.-- onl> hc.»«e in 0 ="-;: 
»: aI ■ n 1 • h with 1 1 -!- r 
piped • 

K= -m V,-- ...iisr. • sme -I:.’ 
- v.^-i m/t<c •' -'tal 

): ■ to the ?. 

r r.;." fo g.iiher and p'-' 

; i - * ippt.'' Aft*-r a 

V. : l.rnd. Wi»h ram 
pouti!>£ ■■■- .r. •’li'ir net k.-' 
mmh of tim- -id a pie- 
•1 -i«-lUd*n inp ny 

i . .S' .... It:' imo 

tn loo. If - 1 ;'-" ; - ibe 
f,r,d of ‘r - I^: -d» 
the«e two tumbled exhAU^ted 
Into bed after m ;-'?- i- r, 
Ing the h'-; of their KirreL 


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him ■-• ;H»uer .•p'-ned Ih- 

. of the car i‘- ' the 
I*;, si tier ' 

trip rd =ht car ; h .1 ’ 

A hr---*-' cc*. — i f"l- 

Irwir. ;r ! kri't coming until 
-i-.-ul I."", r - nf . Juice 
b:Mi iuU\- *■ t ’be i .iide ..i| 
thr r«r. 

Tticf there u.. 'he -.-..pie 
wiir. bi i-witig (in I heir ONsn h> 
..-I r-. I 

U. put the w ... ' • • •me 

XunrM-l when frli^ t’.. t>-..el 
.Tpri M' added a - - rt.'i amount 
rd i-’dp ti> the li:ju!d f<>r brew- 
I— - After a!J !r.~...,;ng their 
t«anrl lorr.— ^ :r-^.-,ved 
A h- call V birh kep* 

ihr-.. iiut of If -- fur •. i-ral 

Wj:bv l‘p«' rC 1 »"-T», ih^ 

utility MiT.m »:r.. ;;.d ‘irrshgly 
01 v'lti-gu.. th«-re were burst 


. in 

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I . ' ;•••• VS . . I dl’VV n 

I. -• u»? I f ;• 

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tn ‘ fe**' ; '!> h'’. e Ife 

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f . . ■ d ' y ' 

v»'*- • ,p I- C der 

(•... . „• n--n«.»noli 


Photographing Satellites Now ‘Old Hat’ 


XTKWRKOOK. AHa. rCPi 
— yh<-ii'graphing artifi- 
cial earth ■-elelUle*. ha*> be- 
come oW bat for Arthur 
Griffin. S&yearstld aatro- 
physiriat at the Dominion 
Obriervalory'* meteor station 
In thl« liny community ?• 
mile* northeast of Edmon- 
ton. 

But it waan t so tins time 
last >f-. The Rosswn* .slard- 
led the wwld by firing their 
first Sputnik into vp» ■ on 
Oct. 4. Five da>> later 

Mr. Griffir. w^a able to get the 
western world's fiist pictures 
of the Miellite in orbit actu- 
ally. the third stage rocket 
because the 18-inch .*)<here U- 

4 (SaloniHt 

SUNDAY, NOV. tS. ItM 


self was loo small to ph^-lo- 
graph. 

Those first picture.* .showed 
a pin prick of Ilghr .sirr^king 
acro 6 » the northern sky at 
18.000 mile* an hour. 

!^T1U. W.ATt HI.SG 

Since that morning the ob- 
servatories at Newhr--)k and 
at Meanook. 36 miU>s north- 
west. have ‘shot • Soviet saiel- 
Ute* whenever the wewther 
permitted. 

"We've never given up the 
task of ph(-: _ iphing i:.o 
satellites," said Mr. (Juftin 
even though it's a chore added 
to the regular meteor stu l;- - 
by the stations 

"Since October. 1957, ill 
lhi»r SoMei .satellites. Includ- 
ing the nose cone of the third 
.Sputnik, have been captured 
on film here. During the twi 
light montha of June. July 


a..d August we Jr 

C"nt 

Since lhe\ haM b«' : 

f J- 

the M'i5r:iphyr--:"-t-: «* 

.Mt-zrvfk. 

gag«Yl I:: imiiine me!«'.>r 

To: 

j'ld Cltilfiri' a gicHi num 

l)-.oiogfii)ihy using sp;r;..:Sl> • 


her of -_mHUc piclure.A. 

». i 

•The .-...r.- 

iihle lime 

v ; i-i:,- rmidi meteor came- • 


w.:-. ix.ut.-d .lul> 

when The 

‘1 to nal cameras .v,- j 

w 

thud Sput'uk ‘A;:- 

-= *- ’ . If. 

If- tnakr -•i'«-*.t'' .rrap/i iir..-pl\* 

h-.“ 

three ti“. ; nieh'l' 

. Ju!\ Jii 

</l tTH-leoiS. 


for -*x.irnple. we si" 

n*ckel 

!"::f irxaiion. a >-'r 5 ;tA*y --c 

11*4 

:iO.*-s *nd 
,M--e |u ,.-'e Cloud* ’ 

*iie JtoAc 

••-•Mr-fl cut 

tiiM! i t f skeg '-e‘’'ef-n iwi. 

nci> fainurii; n rui; M-.d ji;M 

t:. 


? ihii(l r-iA«ihle --'•of i.f till- 

>I|N»; t *<. <.I.OBKS 

Th«- 1'riifcd -^<.iics* K-p'iifcr 
:-a . ciicJ.- i5;p :..;ih in 

iu=^ -'.i at:*a of the eqimior 
“’id do n«-* ^-:-n-.e far enough 
...rth for ''snadian oh»^i\a 
loites to photograph. 

Th. ‘ brook and Meanook 
meteor ob-^: - 2 !one.s 
lauM--.: .? in 1950 b> the stellar 
ph\ 5 ics division of the Domm 
ion Observatoiy. 


r-'f*'; I.f ihi- famou*- Hc<lvL,$if-v 

• .:> f.4-Ui wa.s -ri-k-i :i*<l :.. .li--,- 

it It hii;-h f.- .-.I 

skat wralhti n.v;='-- f«»t 
.a: ‘U."- the lieaven.s 

-a 

SHAI.I KAMIIA 

Ml (Intfin A na:;%T- of 
BrIlfVlIV. Ont.- has hi-eii chief 
Of ihf N«'\vh‘«;»ok -uaiion si-nY- 
tl u|s-»ud Father of thn*c. the 
youi.grt-i nine ir.onth.s uUl. he 
biought lux wife to the neat 
cieam Kiiotrd government bun- 
galow .sliortly after graduation 


■ie f.. ‘ it . • • ■*. mete 

. . : : :/-d jM.- 

- T - -iiU' tfie 


I ■' *1 j I . . ,it» ’ me 

! . »'l \ r — -r. V . in 

t;... e : It rd. 

• - ' -It*-! ■ u.t-- 1 did 

• i I <v • . . d hank 

at -■ ‘U -.- :,f :..V\ . My 

e} • .it-' •••1 Irnrn m>» cold 
anvl 

I- . 'Iifl4’i*-ni novi Ml (jiif 

fill i 1-. d'l ^..ililiw.; or 

ma\ A <mall. g a“ftl iia.in 
in 'Jie a»»ic of luv l■|^ll* for 
Li*uui stud> of the <iais. 


..BRIDLE PATHS 



glooms. -Stable boys, jiipthils 
flying in Ihe hieeic 

And the winding p.ithv. 


/icd 

ii-« lll< of 
i (.1 ’ kl C). 

lh» 

I n larty 

Ti.li Are 


llay*K rkle K n\er. and rider and 
shared en>oym< 


'• ■ i I'lttn- 
• lu* r are 
‘•Ml gr.i*:s 


l'*on Car Icy, w’,.. hf 
till the I ime. :: 


Airng 

■ K<lV'«h*W, 
(f.l* 10 

i'hiiii)/ a 

.1 111 ht m ttic 


mairh for 


t«*p iiice-* • ' r--iwi ‘*d 
::-i: m:ir,y fr.; 1 
thn Imp- .••■r.i Pc 
-?! derbies Ini. year 
tiofM . Maj')r Tuiley. 
b«K.>ttng home aeveraJ 


(tkr©‘s'te« True Life Adventures 


eiANT <5ALAPA(30 

USU-A.I.L.V 

c JT 6JMETIS',: 

HiS 


Show ring rkling In tireater \f< tori.t area I* proilurlng 
nu»re anil more winnerv Here hokh rhb-r% oral hor-i-s 
take keen inler<*st In current exrnt. 


flniii) (Tnlnniitl 13 
M .M)AV. NO\ 23, ll«« 






\ 





Kv«*r cTowfaf pofmtaHty of horseluM-k riding h d^v«4o|>- 
b»C nrw KTAerstkMi havlnc. pvMent obovr. rr«l k>v« 
for fine onlmaL. 


C. B. FISHER 


S IR JAMt-S lK)rGl*AS. hrad of the Hudson'^ Bay Co. on fhr* Island *ionio 
100 yr>ars a^o. was an im|M»rfant political figure. He na.s also governor. 
It Has his weekly custom to take the everu(i\es uf the company, their whea 
and daui;hters. on his delightful Saturday afternoon riding parties. The group 
would ranter acros.s the fields, uniiiipech^l hy either gates, burs or hedges. 

(>n this particular day. Bishop Cridge, newly arriv'd from the Old 
Country, was the honored guest. He was an observant man. eager for the 
afternoon's outing. 


On fhe 'Ssanich Tiail, some- 
whif*,* around .Nnrth Dairy 
Rr>;el «i J Shelbourne. Dougl-is 
i j !i‘M A honier moved 
lnl-> p«>'> MOH, 'firm'd. and 
Irrpptsl * cJI'HJm.* (lom a tree. 
H<‘ reloa>Jed md knocked an- 
other (rom Uie -^ime blanch. 
Tpe Bishop, ill (he /oiel'ont 
of the riders. w.«s pu/xled by 
the behjvior ol the ite<ond 
grouse. After j»ome thought. 


After jome further rumina- 
tion he had an uneasy intuition 
that something in the transit- 
Item ol the wards had gone 
wrong. Anyiiow he would 
leave this question, as well as 
the one on grou>»‘. to the 
Natural History Society at the 
next meeiit'g. 

The riders kept a atf-ady 
canter through the oaks of ihe 
1'pt.inds and Ihe maples ol 


he planned in csmsult the Cadh«io Bay. Kmally they 
Natural History Society on reached the company farm, 
w»hy the second btid hadri't and al'i r a hort rest rrturm-d 
taken wing and escaped. to the (aii b> another route 

The autumn w is golden, the iiorses w'rre bring 

the iir brjclng. flie *-mmiry unsaddled bj i groom. D*iug- 
inviting, so the par»v moved las Kpoke to Sc eJmrehmu' 
on. Arouml the iuse uf Mt. "Ar>d ><>u kiill ihlnk boars 

Tiliuie. Douglas calliMi a sec- giX'Wl'’" 

ond halt A bear had The Bi.'^hcp good sport that 

spnttisj in tlie wixKts beside the he was, side stepped llie 
trail. »iid everjone w !■* adxi.sed question. 

to t»e on the alei r. The Bishnp, • Liuvernor.” he smiled, 
k>*eii loi 1 sight of the animal, "there i<t mdy one thing I om 
si*amu*d the umlei lu o»h. sure of at ttie moment; T'-rl 

Suddcrd> he remaiked to was a joli> good rideV' 
OHjglas * ♦ a 

-I think [ can hear the From the Bishop’s memoirs 

aeifure rojif! " we get the fii cc‘.ir glin.p*- 

Dougl-is. with a wry look. *>f ruling . V.:.- nuv.-r I.sland. 
exfl limed Uv«*r the next 5u yeai-i the 

B-*ar.s J.I not roar." pione«*is afK-ni a fair jmouni 

Bishap Cridge was .still fur- of tune In the saddle Then 
ther |>.Mple\ed. He oiuldn’t wriih the coming of wealthy 
rei'iinril' the governor’s re- setthra the sport began to 
mark aiim the liibhcal aphor- take on a so. tal lince. They 
l^i g^ve it a spiHial touch. 

"We all i«>ir like beaia." i’rior to the coming ol auto- 


moliiles thene people had 
horM>« and carriages A go«id 
many of them belonge«l to the' 
Vu'oiia Hum v'iub. wn) 
stis'plet ha.->e grobiids .*1 Oil 
w»M».i on the golf links of 
today. 

J f^rahanl (iroliam Hie 
notisf Island horM* Jtidge. has 
this to say about them 

‘They were atrirt|> ama 
leurs. "They drove fhea hm»'^ 
not as racers, but b.h i^'-neial 
utilily horses. They would un- 
hitdi them, saddle them, and 
partake' tn a gnud days laung 
un>i riding." 

Eveiy memtsT of the club 
I(Mpk<*d ^forwAid to ttie spring 
m«*ei ,il Colwoud. Feom a pi»» 
gf-im dated Apiil 1. Itkai. we 
have Ihe result.s clearly iieii 

• died in a/icr V< ol ihe 

In-st i.-ico of Mic da>. the Hum 

* up. i' R. Pouley . Appuilo, 
ridden h> Iheuwiau \\.t>tn>vi; 

> A ij Wrii.dc) a Lic'u 

K'K)t. ihi;d, J. D. 1‘cmbei ton'A 
Sir B<’V>‘s, 

THF\ THF R \l |> 

O'Iht events that afternoon 
wcu‘ the (.adles Cop, \'wtoMa 
Swei'psirtk'*-. the Farme; • 


of time In the saddle Then Cup ■ lor mm nnvnlxT--. and 


w-ith the coming of wealthy 
KefthiK the sport began to 
take on a so. tal lince. They 
gave It a spiH-ial touch. 

iYior to the coming of auto- 


the main x'et-p' ■' -se of the 
d.i), weight ilnnf titi) )bs.. dis- 
tance 1”, mile- imd'T 

the -frict lules nl tfie Nationil 
Hunt Cluh ot Bi .uin 
Tticre weio gtilops over 
(he old Colw<x>fJ h-:k- followed 
at night b> the Himi r’luh K ill, 
the finest *«Mies of bj"-; \'lr- 
torls ha.s even kno'si, w.ili/. 


fc J 



CbeerfuRy repdy for lorigorottiig rMe ta tti la group, tnclodlng hotti l-^gllali and Westem 

_ , _ , style rktera. rtoe ontmola. loo. ore typtral of tbooc to be aeen oo Vancoover laiond'a 

12 SiriiQ (Eolcmiflt brtdle potita. 

Bl NDAT. NOV. tS. 19M 


minuets fox trot* quadrilles. 
Then a f i-*! drive i.ome in an 
liUtl gtg beiwud a cut. pie uf 
fani-v h.ii-kfie)* 

As (iiaham <ii d:ini stiles: 
•Vicloria wa«i a fi -e -“d eji.sy 
place in th<»se da) 

During the next ti> years 
Victoria lmporti*d i«>me of tlie 
be«t blood lines obMinable. 
James Dunsmuir. the eoel 
inignate, kepi a stun;! r Hat- 
ley Park foi ] ■< larg*- .ind en- 
thusiastic l;vm>^>. Hk gl.imor. 
ons d.iught'-i- callnfwfi over 
Ihe ( nlwuod aicvt .Mmiel on 
Dog Fox. Do!.i on Beaut) an<l 
Mdriiiti on Ni£*-..’er. 

Ta)lor, (he (a’Per of Austin 
Tayloi, the financier, h.id sev 
eial valuable at in. 

hoine on the NIiioiI ilictjway, 
Duncan w.i? a liire<iine ceiitie, 
and nearly ever « oun»ry home 
b«'lunging to the wed lodn of 
that area had a huniei or {k>Io 
iMiny. 

-IIOftsKV T<H\V‘ 

Over the yeir* V-r*‘^fia grad- 
ually devHo{*ed a repuiarton of 
being a "hosey ' tov^n o^'c of 
the “horsiest" on the rofst. 

Riders were equestrians with 
glistening areetjs. Thei.* were 
sherry breakfast* hurl club 
halls, clipped* military mous- 
taches. Oxford accents. $100 
riding boots. Jodhpurs, ^jwler 
hats, elderly dowagei-s pranc- 
ing through the Fplands side- 
saddle. 

There was the academy at 
the Willows track; Major Mc- 
Cleave, the riding mat’er. hla 
daughter Doris. Wue ribbons 
on the wall, English saddles, 


9 


Old-Timers Appalled la Find 

RAIL BUILDING QI lET 



flu* 1 an.#diai. Conipanj lin»- at 
Sapp-iMii. ncrt, ,N-w West- 

mii'.i.lri 

"J J. Hill took ‘lO m.-n la^t ** 

niglii arid pui u Ui“**'»nd 

■ : .-.ci itie fl'I? t, . -dt'4 had 

s'.iMC'i* ai 3 o'*lu.-k --• ine men cannfK' 
miunu'g. When Jheii rrgu!.ir To AlbiT 

iiaiii i-.tme 'Mg at 8 ■•clock ridiculous 
the L’l* Kiy. i.iund thru liatks 
torn up and a dia/nund put Hurhurg ' 
a'l---- ,\ xprcul iraln w.^- When Ro 

•' • "I 1* jii, \'j" .‘.:.d thi la-C'Ma 

fui ;i -.lion tunc it li>-;K<‘d uke tall iaip?s. { 
a g-iieidl fight. T lu- I PR ami bi---=f},| 
h.i' ' • a jn-onioiive «»ii to offbeat j,h 

tiaek and meanwhile HIM • is ‘Johhn; 

lairj In- ♦ijfks across the t'l’R ‘o tak^n b 
light uf >va>. ’ voted sevei 

DX.M.KMM'S .MK.V 

road buili 

The nest dav "InjunctiOD across the 
proce»‘ding» weje fought out Canada, iw 
in ilte erjufts on this date, jected west 
t’hief Justin* Jfiinter jefu.*^*d tap rich cc 
the spplir,ii)un tu pievem ihe Allierta Ce 
Vancouver We-siminiie. and cum-ieie bu 
Yuk-Jii Kailwdt from ci.vsving. it ;aw'oke t 
HIcxMl.vied might iv*«ul! as bt.th rival, the u 


had pushed 20 milex of gra<1« 
into ii> lerntmy. 

Ahhiiugh the AC l»egan 
building ii once Ihe CN was 
far in rhe lead when, near 
Rock) M-jun»4in House, its 
ronstrurilon crews found a 
new. price of grade cutting 
right arioss ih»*ir loeatioru 
Despairing of catrliing up. the 
AC heads (lad thought up the 
Idea of leap flogging, stalling 
a second pier-* *f construcUon 
ahead of the CN 

'To the CNR boy.s Ihe situ- 
ation was .simple and diiect. 
At niglu thp) lore the barrl- 
cade awa>. By day tlie Alberta 
Ceniral b.>)s built ii up again. 
All this wa.v done with good 
humor. A-s T. C. Hargrave, 
wnting in the Calgary Herald, 
savs' I 

TIF.s HORN CHT 

t)n the orve side were 
.-•■•-edes. Norwegians. Aus- 
In.ins, Italians; on the other 
vide were Italians. Austrians, 
.Norwegians and Swedes The 
battle wa.v on. arcording to our 
uldlimers until the ties iiad 
been turned four ways and 
were plumb worn out'.** 

This leapfrogging bv boHi 
lines continue*! over a 16-miia 
.stretch nearly to Horburg. 
Both railroad* for a time 
blithely ignoied ihe gap where 
an expensivi* bridge had to i»a 
built over the North Saskat- 
chewan. Tlie spt*eta> 1^ of two 
lines of track stretching for 
mile.s w'lthin whistling distarntr 
of each oilier wa-v Iim) much 
for the railway commiasionera. 
The next year they pul an end 
to the Bailie of Horburg by 
ruling that only one brtdgo 
was needed across the Saskat- 
chewan. arwl iliai orU; one rail- 
road was needed beyond 
H'lrbuig. 

When they h»*ar a POR 
S{M*k* 'man lameK aiinounro 


headlhir in fhe OiIoIht 19 Duily Cultiiiist 
^ miisf have aiqialtesj old-fime railniad builUerx. 
The Ileus item iH iieath fells us lhaf the I'fiK Irark- 
htyiiig rreu afteriipt«*d f« lay ‘fIMl yards of sfeel 
to link the I*fiK anil N.^K IrarKs at Duusmi ('reek. 
N\R trfficials ordererl them off \.AK property. 
;\pp;iretilly they uenf. 

Win:-' i - -ill- NAR cf ftfijllis' m- old enemy in 

del«) iiv = ...'C '! -- alloxj uf law CUlMts Injtl 

lusii'g bii.i — 1*1^1 I’’.E ii' — - ri' now ■ -u'i: ijken i 

ufli* lal iMi»t** n-e »» '.■>< bj the CUv of Vai'cuuvef *i 

tfi4i In- lie** ir. ;- ,v- th'* '' idtan i’acific Kailw 

cius^isJ i-i S.vK pn»re*ty m Company to pievi-r.i the V 

eiru cmuv . New W' ifvv*-v*'-i •* 

Ii « . . t IiKe this in the old Yukon from conrinumg 

vfiijfti*»n m the cii) on i 

McB-i.. i.i his -Rom . of - tn-sp-v 

the CIH: n . .. V an auempt re ’he raiiway enl< 

of V \t-»M!!u!v i«i!w.-v ^he city it cio-ves a 

Aini'iM- >•. tilil.ai-Mi u -v8 knov . False 0*s*k. and t. 

a CRK branch. Su)^ h, P*"' i held iu lee sini| 

•I I ■* Jli seeing laigr htifs Vaticouv 

of men It jxiini wh»-)»- a T*he i P. Raiiwa> cumpa 
ruad I.'HI. i:..- .souilt v- v at- *'«> <k‘njes it* right to cn 

lemptti'g — !!i»- »*• f. n 

raitw.«v C.iiiadian I — .lie ^ 

•l.x •■ t*ii .» wT'-h hi. ■ 

,'=r'- u.i,r-d t)i= way ,• 


j*r -wifAe 


. • Jui* M.iff 

ea» iie-i 111 ri! !* ■ ts’- 

foi** Ii.* i><- Cc.um- 

l>|j » p.- •• . as ih'-'- Munl- 

tutM > J" •■ ■ g:-MPi al 1 «.snj 

with *M .iM id*'ni. h-- vjm- 

p-t*:... A wiVv the 

CPR F*'*u'.g a mim.* nvU 
war ?t II.- -\u- of »h*' *Mo*-v«fip. 
be • •; -d ■•••" v-'lunieer js»lice 
to pi <aiei ■ ilie w III ' 

OjOsKK im»mk 

t’lusi-i ’•» t‘--*me w. the 
"Sapp-'ii'Mi wet J. J. HlH. 
lha I --’Mil in wliosi* |i-. ii.- 
CTi‘<tv-d ..IS (iii-Ht Noittiein 
Rtiiui* .:*•;• kv.;. in.piiM-nl 

wi''* 1**4 tl luitri ' — Often 


li.-( ). • - ; id 

ri^l = At “Im 

nvi I I . •* M* T V 

tv . 1-- -i 

couvei N.-v V ii 

of Hie - •? ’n.i- 


‘story of fVate River rail (smstru* tUm. where in. I 

Iroiii early daya. 


biuK (liU bridge, Indliates change 


once ITieir 


$ 

Ontario Reforesting Burned-Cvei Areas 


*’j'OKt».\n» i< 1 * 1 — A lUUe- 
kioosii iiarvesilng ••{•era- 
Uofl was nimdiig full filt re- 
oen(i> iu llie «fli*M-urity id On 
(ari-i's wiMMlIands. 

'f; urn T ' find i **• tiph 

.seed |.| •“'■'■llllrf i,. 

tltS*-. 'll.- pi- *1. V pit* 

grjnt >1 .Mother N. * itf 

a il.ll* I i«-pU-litshi.'.> tt:f 

iuieai . 

I: li>ii-i' llidM Ii. ><ing 

M.Ofl.'r’ ce.lv Jcliii hwll. 
ttf.ir. I. siijuMVi-ur in the re 
l>ii*si j'i'jii .Uvixion tif tt.e 

Ontdii'* L'pat'tmeni id ii-rt<ts 

anit fuii'sts. .sdVH hiv n.en 
find !h'*> hive to pt--=” 10 

black 4piuii- Mssls tu ^t-iml- 
nste oi'c itei* .Ai flu- i itier 
end ot the scale, it takes thi'-e 
seeds to pioduce one white 
pine tie<* 

Tlie (kMJOO.llOO target, double 
prev*nt pr»»«tuctlon of 3f'i.W,- 
000 amiualiy in the defiarl- 


menf- tree mirs**iics, is 
mai>;|y white sp/un*. Mack 
►pre • wliite pin.' u-d pu»e, 

jaiK|«" raid ‘ch pine pin* 

small quuniifii*-, ttf wtute 
iciiar, an i .vhih'Rsh 

Th- - d iTc.p •; vh irpty 

fram ; ti. \»‘jT A d •‘•d 

>eist ^ ,ljj f.»|Jow^d 

1-^ fV::: f.i iHrCl' \V . I |l 4 v;,«-l|| 

Mipply : - p fsilurc Ami 

s: . Ti; f-i,Hs »im«*s Rines 
take e- , )« »|s lo pr>»<hjrc 
cones ‘ 1 oaki two years to 


grow a-^ir.A Hua .spi u< e 

p’'M , Its ix)iii-s iM o-'--: j - xr. 

I ll-' • i-ip v;;. Ii- . h- t, .. • 

to* Ml Ball I- 

dic-i?** .viHle sp(u*e is a >' '-I 

•'i**ji tills year in ihe (Psiujii. 
tun d*sin»( of norther. Os 
t.iiio si.d in tlie IvempiMiJ- 
-Tt-n ii«*ar OMawa. H! :rk spnn-c 
I-. go*Ht m tmw’ -d iiui'liwcsi- 
iTM ihii.»n*». Wfun- June ced 
Ls pi**** if'il Ch-Tp -’:;i 

in run Mifir: rt*i* «t i and sh rt.. 
H«‘.sih*1«m' dl.slncl ul *ouitirin 
Untai lu. 


TV. ’d pri.'*Tam this •- - 

I,-: li,.- ,, 

^ b> 

I»« 'i.iii -id Fotne 

R ■ -VI uniler ci 

f' ■ A:;v J.M.. Mdiial spru 
T' \ y=- d or.;- I ivvo bushc 
uf i.jr.rt- a iM.i'e pine five. 

A h*»-? - ! of . produ 
i. -:f !<) iJ.Hf quailf-: - 
:• pound of — Number 
-*-*-► • . a iHiund langes Ir 
foi w.'-..:.- pine to 
M - • lor h'.4ck spruis*. 

ntc need Is .shipiKsI to It 
•lepxrimen* M*ed ex‘* !'-t 
plant at Angus near Bu;.. 
4 m miles north of Toroiiio a 
then lo tree nurseru-s «cro 
Ihe provimv for planting 
What ar; :he trees u*ed foi 
The «iep.»rt,Tionl plants 
on Cruwn iandx. mainly 
northern Ontario. And any 
owning two acres or more 
land can obtain trees for plan 
Ing at a norainai price. 


THIS WEEK'S ANAGRAM 


ID 

SAGE 

riAiS 

TIN 

till AD» 

•?T 

(3) 

INNS 

m 

MOA 

*• 

99 

ill 

COIN 

m 

FIT 

99 

99 

(1) 

MIKE 

m 

DAM 

m 

m 

(6) 

CAGE 

m 

NOT 

m 

m 


Bolutioo to lodayN aoagrmnvs are printed on Page f. 


k Since tr«s*v don - ^r-*w In a 
I. hurry, tli-u— .,..i pe any im- 
H n— i ■ - impi.'f on On‘:n- s 
forest piudt.cfl -=■ A rrd p;--*; 
pl-3ritAhnri -.-u b,» ttiirim-d tuc 
puipw<:*>:J aft,., abnut 2 .t yexis 
r rind it will make hydro -ur h-'e- 
I pi: poles i«ti<*r v*»i;-» At 
fhe r»u*-ir ' it will >u-lil 
saw logs 

), Although BotmnOOO (tees 
«Miurii|s Ilk,, a high laigef, Mr. 
Ball . >> If . ijiiiy small part 
of witaf riaiuie wdi do ilseif. 

I ’ We xtill <P-pend on natural 

rtweneraUon P>r renewal of 
the f'ircsi.s. Our piogiam la 
slmpl) aimed at augmenting 
“ natural germination. The trees 

are fur jilanlmg in area* -such 
is a plus* vvliPfp there hava 
been « rmjpie -jf loirsi ftip,, 

*> where there U no natural 

D reproduction." 

k 

[‘ fiailH (Eolontflt 5 

81NOAV, NOV. U, IMt 



Advice to Milady 

Rhonda 


By Lydia Lane 

Fleming Guards Her Health 



J_jOLI,^WOOD — Htiomla FUminc. V'l'h 
aikln^ .-.-..ling i-f atwl 

tliian hair, w :.:;r ct.th^ most iful guts 

in 

**I lost my identify rompJetrly." Rhonda 
told me dunng Juneh at \V«iner ihos. mm- 
missaiy. when I went platinum fi*r a pin. It 
U inmvHble but true that I wo-.-lU walk Into a 
ro<jni and have pp«jple I know \er> well slaie 
at me without any sign of Rhonda 

laughed. “But I suppose hair is mote of an 
ldenfi!>ing quality than we realize " 

“Did you like joui34*lf blonde?” I usked. 
“No. I lelt auperfirial. I think mat the 
platinum \ngue h»a been overdone. At fust ii 
was staitiing but it's quite eommonplai'e now 
and not viuMh the effort. It was ierril)]> haid 
on my hair. I had to sit lor thri*e houis eveiy 
three days to fix the roots. And my hair be- 
came so overbleaehed it went limp. It was a 
mirai ie it didn't all break off but 1 umh| lots of 
hot oil and 1 was very earefid nevi-r to let it 
get in the direct sun. The nest time a producer 
tells me I have to be blonrte.’ Rhonda said with 
emphasis. I will wear a wig They make wics 
so realistic now, even on camera y ou jn t 
tell it. 

"I don't believe in doing anything th.it you 
don't feel is right for you. 1 may not be in 
style but I m happy. That's why I never bought 
any sacks or chemises. U’hen I went shopping 
and couldn't find anything that wa.s fmed. I 
had my dresses made for me. and I m glad 1 
did.” 

We talked about keeping fit with exercises 
and Rhonda said: 


RHOND4 FlX.MING 
never take the gift of health for 


THOUGHT FOR FOOD . 


granted ...” 


“It has to be fun — you have to enjby it 
or yoif won i continue. I do my rxen'ise n *ulme 
every day but I get such pleu&uie from it. I 
like to stretch and pul] my muscle.s the first 
thing when I awoken. I really fw| a great 
need for exendse and one of the best ways U 
stretching. If you've ever watched a puppy or 
a kitten waking up you know what I mean. 

It lsea.sy to get intoV rut and forget what 
a hml^r body feeU like. So many people go 
day after day never exercising until they lose 
all body lone. You Just watch them picking up 


h s.mu'fhint or trying to get into n var. They 
,1 l.,..k —ply Miff Jointed. 

s i.f ihp bfs< Invc.stments you . jn make 

ill h Ifh and beauty is in u tudlei Gne 

I >o.u 'It a test to learn whether you hh\e a 
. supple I--!;, Khomlii suggeiiid *<,e h<av 
t I i-.'U can bend yoiii kiue.s? I>n jou have 

I hold onto a banisiei when >m. ^-o down 

, xl.ur^i*’ An»l do you pu»h on us:- aims of ■ 

, Imv when you get out of it? 

If jtni ran t goi aioiiud to iImic;: rvercises 
or hsl el Rhonda advi.sco hosv 

mo. h ■ eichiriK J ou can do amund il.e house. 
DuMing high places and making .. u-d <an give 
y*"' ^ good wurk-out 1/ you comi*nnate on how 
far >..u ran reach amt h».w e.isil> y..u « an bend 
When you walk anuind the hmiM- .see hovv 
eiv - 1 you can hold yourself, and wiu*n you sit 
start an anti-slump campaign. 

(.mtdaiion and breathing are the answers 
to a lot ..1 health and lH‘nuiy piohjeniv When 
>ou slump yf.ur rib caqr is cnmijxHi ami \our 
breath i« rut off,” she ad<ied. 

“Vou should never take ibe gilt of health 
fur i^ intefi. Vou destroy your when 

you drive youiself and never listen t-. fatigue 
8i.ijnals. \\> all fi*el pressures in cur w..rk and 
In oui reJaimn w ith others and their i» nothing 
t^o exaggerate ihe.«.e like fatigue It is .imaging 
how different life can R{dx>or after s “.-Hi eight 
hours' sleep. ~ * 

“I had to leant to be organi/rd Ix'loia I 
wuM learn to be relaxed. Y..u can t rush and 
be calm at the same time. It is so i-a»\ t<» make 
e.x. uv..^ but you can find tm.e to do' anv thing 
you really want to do." * 

\Vhile Rhonda w.is talking I w.i^ pleasantly 
aware ,.f her farfumc and said s<. 

"I get such a lift from weaimc the right 
scent.' Rhonda conft^sxe.t "I prefer cologne 
and 1 like to spray my clothC' with it I use 
one s.ent at a time so llur when I open my 
closet door everjihing has the s.m,e fr.igiam«. 

I dun t think the average person realiret 
whai gre.ii power to attract the s, ,..ie of .smell 
has. By wearing an appealing pei funo- « girl 
can surround herwlf with hldilen charm'* 
Rhonda said in purling. 


although It Is too soon 
^ to gel in a liziy about 
Christmas it is not too soon to 
begin some advance planning. 
At this time of the year the 
days have wings. Only children 
will find the interval between 
now and Christmas drugging 
on slow feet. 

.Men’s the lucky things, can 
not be Induced or inveigled Into 
even thinking about Chri.stmas 
until the lllh hour. Any man 
will tell you that he can do 
his Chnstma.s shoppmg in an 
hour land he can. too'. Men 
lake It for granted that there 
will be a well-stocked pantry 
an<l turkey on the table come 
Chri.stma.s Day. They know 
that there wllUve suitable food 
when company drops m. that 
ail details, down to the star 
for the top of the tree, wdll 
have been looked after. 

Why should Papa give 
Christmas preparations a' 
thought? Why should he start 
thinking about Christmas a 
month ahead? Becau.se he 
doesn’t have to that's why... 
Mama. Wesa her. Ls In the 
driver's .seat. I mean she Is 
in the kitchen. 

Yes. Christma.s begins in the 
kitchen and now is not a 

6 fiailiT (Tolontiit 

SUNDAY. NOV. 18. 1158 


It Isn’t Too Early . . . 


minute too soon to begin pra- 
perations. 

About the first thing 1 do is 
to go through my recipe fjles* 
and siisemble the recipes I ex- 
pect to use during the fe*i/ve 
season. These go Into s large 
envelope and ate ready at my 
flnger irps when needed. You'd 
be surprised how much time 
this saves later on 
The collection this year In- 
cludes a recipe tor a new tur- 
key stuffing I brought back 
from Callform.i my Chrlstmaa 
fruit bread. i-ome new ideas 
for hors d'oeitvres and fancy 
snacks, recipes for the cookie*, 
shortbread, etc that will go 
m Jimmj'.- 'the navy »on) 
Christmas panel, a gay Jellied 
salad using cianberries arid 
orange slices, after dinner 
mints, at least two ca.sserole 
dBhe.s for company buffet 
meals and a few traditional 
Christmas fancies that I only 
make at Chrisimas time. Be- 
tween now and Christmas I 
wlU give you as many of these 
recipes as time and space w lU 
permit. i 


\ / 






One of the fn si do aheads 
1* the cake. My cake is m the 
oven at this moment ... if 
it turn# out well you wil) hear 
about U next week. 

A few days ago I made a 

3 uart of our favorite salad 
resaing . . . thU wUl bt ample 
to last over the holiday sea 
•on. If you haven’t room for 
It in the regrigerator It will 
keep just as weU on the cup- 


board shelf It Is easy to make 
. . . Ju.st shake the whole 
. thing up in a quart sealer. 
First a tin of tomato soup 
then a tin each of eider 
Vinegar and one of .. d oil. 
A quarter : wp sugar one tea- 
spoon each of salt, dry rru-x- 
tard and onion .salt. A quar- 
ter (eanpoon each of w hite 
pepiwr and chih powder One 
half teaspoon p,ipnka and a 
whisper of cuiry prjv\tier and 
gaiHc These bf«i i-_ o ^re 
oilonal, TIj- . is rciiiiv ::iK 
ing f«.r immediate us«» 

Tl.vve yf.u ever n: i,ie 
Cheese pot? Th'- is a vp ,..uj 
or dip that U a lltilr .per-ai 
and particularly ni-. for 
Cliiistmas ente:-'-; .i»>c f u«e 
a llllJe potu-r> pot with a lid 
A conminei ihit lx ni:- . ,.oiigh 
to go in the centre of a hay 
with ar ^rfed cracker.^ j* best. 
This la a makeahead which 
improves with a few week.*' 
«glng. I mix it in a bowl then 
pock IMn the little pot when 
It Is well blended. 

You need two packages 
of cream cheese and half a 


MURIEL WILSON 

pound of Roquefort or aged 
blue cheese, s few drops of 
Worresiershlie xauce half ■ 
teaspoon paprika and a dash 
of salt Mix to a pa«te with 
a good port wine. .Start wits 
about three !abli-sj»oons. Pack 
into the pjjt. xmot'ih the lop 
and cover wiin a elide of foil 
or wax psfier cut to lit and 
pre*«.sed down. Tins discour- 
ages mold from forming on 
top. Put o\i lid and refriger- 
ate. t:ach week stir and add 
a spoonful more port till u jj 
of the right con^Uunoy. 

Kach lime you shop between 
now .tnrl t'hrisimns pick up a 
few pHckag.*s of hoI„iav f.a«l. 

A well stocked shelf last- 
minule wmi and 


ANAGRAM 

ANSWERS 

(1) SICNATK 

(2) .MAN.SION 

(3) FICTION 

(4) MEKMAIII 
<6) COONAIT; 



I\S/f)E \RT 


<«i ari_\ i.rjc 
«• Minu-it.U' %t-w 

' liave a raltu-i 
ti.ive j. 


♦ 'il.v «it iiie |>i-Lonni/!:: i 

lion, wh.- m.::;:;. :;ij: t.> 
in 8 -harght forwaid, w hoj 

ai tl-Sl s plan.-: .Uc ;.r,Hy 
With hopivv o| Mioili j| r*-. 

oj'*‘tHle wiih i i iju ! ’ 

biit'kdoMi t.M n« Afi'- . 

of art. 

But I’jinnk, at 2^, ■-« 
be in the nc or to j.i.i 
i*IK-»ial cioiip. Hi Wi.rk : 
fundamental aj'pi Ts&Z*>t J *, • 
fc*H Uic iiiisf- he is tieing 
a moniA. And already, ! a 
paying hi.«sowr, way. It 
plrUn*- -.i;.-- a vi-ai. at nn-'i 
lliat ~>rt of bodgel. 
Sr.AMsll I.AMlM .A|*h 
(*ai I u k hr ra en • n ■ . 
cluHivi'ly on the ;-Jpani.'-h l.in 


^ "I k ‘ tn.ols ' He vr-rto-.: t. 
dr; .iii-.y iN-i V" -lily. itiu\ Ji- 
g-.n;d ileal of a fit-!'-- .)f ; 

Toia may t#e d,;; to the 
though I am told bv 1. ..i:., b, i..ne 

III.-. I..cn il irtV«»ntr- h ;jj;t t ,1 J,;,, 
Koeljsh aillM.*. ate t:-o;,J|> he to 

di'iae. AS well as An.. . 

TAPKSTU^ T0.\AUT\ 

Though (’ariiik's pHiniirtg.s j«ie 
exrx'llent. 8 tew. like It.f pi. iuie of 
tain vllhipc of Ojen. aie om«.iandini 
a I.Tpp.stiy lonahtv, and inrleed a taj 
Ine m the bruMiwork. C irrirk 
young painters. w 

ing gel tiai’k 1 " iumlair.i'oials. to 
line, tu a personal lelation.sliip to r 
is conhoUeil, rather iji.m extravag. 


m-utly .so hnlllant in 


/V \y (Hjp/ R \ /c TO fn I 


By STIKIJXG F. HA.N.VA 

W/K |\ TlIKKK TKNTS. wirh an .Albion 

sheel iron stove uulsitle, on a little liench or 
flat, at the far end of Foul Bay. (Anchorage may 
have been foul In the early days, hut the beach 
wax beautiful.) 

After bie.ikfiist all the chil- walched thi.'m row out with 
dien had to fill moie or less, cieaking ouriocks. .so far they 
one sack with bark. Then all **‘***^♦•<1 to be silting In the 

went with palls to the farm ^ ar^tul 

f I o L. J i J * becHU^^ if they went out 
wheie Foul Bay Koud ended at u>„ far the ildc rip* would 
the beaeh. Hete !h. g.Kjd take them nl.jlghl to China, 
farmer, who also supplu-d eggs we heard them say so! 
and milk. let u*i fill our pad* 

with Water from a deep well I" the morning we s.iw them 

lined with rounded iiHd return with glitter- 

tluough which -- .kes some- xalmon. 
limes peered at u.s. Another year we ramped at 

Ttien .ill hands to the heaoh. the ^lear end -.n the bay high 
lug p.iddhng. corK-oiiUB sea- «P on The br.rfk among fir 
Wi‘ed. .stones, .tgales .nd more •»■'***«. and rencJj.sl the heach 
vailed corks than ih:.. world by h steep paih d«iwu near the 
knows today, and exploring H'«b R<Hk. At ni'Tht Dulchy 
and iHury puking, tim'e we and the older boy^ kepi a fire 
climtietl the hillside and fr.:.;:-J on High RooU, diving in, 

a Jnrgr. ...iw-ntr i.mk above climbing out. . nd with much 
the old Hhotboll ht then blowjnp of p'-- and shaking 

the only houw on all ^'?::;*bvJt ■ •• b isiinv tU ov*-i 4igain. 


waves up Foul Bay ht*ach. and 
the soft w--»sb hack again of 
sand and p»»bt»Ie.s 

Then slumlier must have 
come. 

The handsome Mr. Fell had 
given a dance, but 1 who did 
not .see the dance, have never 
foigotlen the musical magic 
of that far off mghi. 


Tapesiried feeling charai terize* 
■id tarriek. wimxe first 
terlex in .New York. Small 
moiintainxlde. 1 h liitegrated with 
dued artd highly pers • 


' Iandftcape« by Don- 
show is at Barvine Gal- 
village, perched n« 
U setting through *ul^ 
color pattern. • 


fyri. k's "In a Spanish Park** showw 
If bent a quality less apparent In his 
" ex. iting dramaflc quality about Uil* pi 
e like setting for niysteriou* figure of 
Partly this i» Spain, hut partly alM), I 
aj-tlst. 


OTnlonfaf 

NOV. J8, 1968 




Rosemary Tierney Develops Her Gifts 


By BERT B1N\Y 

S HAKKSPE.\KE who. amonK divers other thini^ 
wm.« apparently quite a botanist, noted in **The 
Winter's Tale** that rosemary- did not wither all 
winter long. Elsewhere, with a toueh of mythie 
fancy. hU Ophedia observed that rosemary was “for 
remembrance,** 


ImilAbte “The Singing Maid.** 
In 19C57. a)i<* was 'Karhlet’ir m 
•The Man" and. this 

year, ajuvareil a.s a “Poet” in 
“The Stoii<“ in the Road.” This 
Uat was a n<^ably fine per* 
fiM'inanoe L'ui rently stie is tn 
the Drama i.’la.ss at Victoria 
High, 

# * * 


Ho«em<«ry is an ardent admirer 
of Emily Carr. Among the 
great masters her choice Is 
Mii-haelangelo. Concerning the 
schocd of sui-h as John Con* 
■table, she Is rather hr^itant 
but her |Me^enl favor i.s not 
bestoiieil on post-imptession* 
riiblsls. surrealists or 
other modern form.s. 


painting, both In the seeing 
and in the doing. 

A gtexJ picture. In Rose- 
m.iry s i»siimation. is the pro- 
diu'l of j»**i -evfr^ni-e ••-'} it- 

»4*If. full of -*eling. 

■‘Art." ‘*a>s she. * is a gift 
to h*’ developtil.'' 

Ami Rosemary has the gift 
and. d-. Mi'll, the >‘(iihu'<it*sm 


Among other pecullsf beliefs, of productions, we certainly do Iq h . worH of painting But le delights in portrait to ensure its development. 



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Ri-j.‘mar>- was credited at one have both “Rosemarie" and 
time with power to stimulate *Mar>’ Rose.” 
th>* growth of the hair and it 
has considerable legendary 
significance both at weddings 
and ai^funerals. 

The name. “Rooemarv 
rn>Mn<> ' *iea<lew ' which is, per- 
h-ips the prettiest of all its 
a-H-v-irtations as well as the 
factual. 

.Somewhere In the course of 
time Rixsemary was adopted as 
a girls* name. Jt ts a nice 


SUNDAY CROSSWORD PUZZLE 


There I.s. however, a Rose- j m i ■ i - 

mary right here in Vlcton.% i‘ 

who could alter thia state 'of ^ 

affairs. She lives at J414 | 

Browning Street with Keats, “"H 

\Vord"sworth and Shelley all 
only the proverbial stone's B“ ff 

throw away. _ 

This, surely, provides some- 
•hing of a cultural atmosphere . — — 
although our Rosemary is not ** 
a poet but an arttst. mm nn n 

Rosemary Tierney. 14 In 
July, was one of the scholar- |» Jj U 

ship winners in this year s ^ ^ 

Painting in the Parks compell- ” “ 

tiona. But. previou-s to this, ^ 

she was actively Interested in 
all branches of the graphic _ « 

arts; "as of,” she says, "the W 

tbne I entered Junior high.” Ign mm n 

Now. Rosemary is fn Grade 
10 at Victoria High and busy ^ - 

majoring In Art 

This is the result of a free fCT ““ “ 
choice between dancing and _ 

•painting. Nor Is U as if Ro&e- fTT 
mary did not give the former « __ 

a real whirL She studied danc* 
ing for nine years with Mi.« 

Velda Willie and latterly, with | 

Mis'* Wynne Shaw. 

She has appeared In nine * ^ 

revues, a pantomime and three ^ — - 

B.C. Dance Festivals in Van- 
couver. She has danced as Qp — - 

Tlie Vgly Duckling.” which 
must have demanded a fjT 8 

masterly disguise' as “Queen ^ 

of the Flames” In “Hansel and 7T " 
Grelel,” as the “Fairy God- 
mother" in “Cinderella" and as ” 

“Rosemary” in “The Silver „ 

Slipper." Both in ballet and 
character dancing she was very ^ 
sticcet&lul in the B.C. cornpcU- « f-<ti 

tlnna I# 

UE«rfua«r* 

And Miss TVmey has done «* 

quite some acting. In the 1955 
Schools' Drama Festival ahe ** 
was the “Princess" in “The »«••,«» 

King's Creampuffs,” presented a 

by Doncaater HelghU School. „ 

The following year, at Laris- * 
downe Junior High, she waa 
one of the “Honorable Music- * 
iana:” In Pentland Hicka' In- »fW h 

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BOl'tF.MABY TIERNEY 


name. too. not rvearly as damp 
as “Sea-dew.’’ Also it conceals 
Ita connections ’ with falling 
hair and funerals very handily. 

Within the catalogue of 
artists. Rosemarya are hard 
to Find indeed. There are 
aeveral Roses and a fine clutch 
of Marys or Maries. But out- 
•Ide of the fairly obscure 
ftiMc Marie Clzos, leading 
ac»r»»ss ef the French Gym- 
na.se Dramatk)uc for 20 yeara, 
and modem Mit» Roaemary 
Clooney, the spring- 

board l5 seemingly bare. 

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For Young Readers 

The Hoom Thel Jock Built; culty with the Ftench text, 
Im Nslntin Que Jacques A which appears oh each page 
BeUe: A picture book in Two beneath the English. Even In 
Languages. By Antonio Fras* French the rhyme is amusing 
«mt. Harcoort. Brace. and haa alicoat the aame 

Antonio Fttaconi gives new rhythm, 
dimensions to the old nursery * e * 

rhvme In this stunning pic- Friend Is Someone Who 

ture book. Illustrated with IJkes You. Written and Ulus- 
wood blocks. The vitality and trated by Joan Walsh Ang* 
humor of the rhyma are cap^ lund. Harcourt, Brace, 
tured In Jack la charming This Is a beautlfullittle-book 
portrait of the artist’s Uttle to read aloud or use In story 
aoni. In the rat nibbling at hour. Sharing with children the 
the malt, the smug cal licking concept of friendship m here 
her chop*, reflecting on the ex- presented will intensify their 
oellence of the rat. Children joy In finding a friend, whether 
with alight knowledge of in nature or among people. 
French should have no dlffi. There is quiet beauty in the 

^ simple text and a quaint charm 

In iUu.stratjons. 

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f»l h.|1h til.' pt.- I . ,1 

pi“ 0 - inal'*. .»n a.lding up to a 
l>» .iMiJ r: u •» ,i f •’ .-.f 

the lime ui uhirh we k.* a 
socul.ir -•*?e mi ^ is 

IroiihtiHl. 

It g'V»-l t., ueh'vin'.i :;.;.s 
work of Mr. IV N’lx-s and to 
M’ish mnin rr-.i].-i, Uie plH,ix. 
ani e>M>d fori uni' of xhai n.g tii.s 
comtumy and it. at nf his ,„o. 
lagmiixi. Ri'\’rr''nd Market I'l. 

THE K\ niOK 

Pfi. r Do Vi;. - In 

port. Ctimv. v» 1 .-h ! .-ur-p'.'i- 

ous|y like the fu-’!'**'*l loMn 
of Av.rlon wlierr lomic 
tales l4ke plii<e. TSu* U ‘- ,VmiT 
is a of VVesijjoit 

and itien hsds in r«'.'uljfix the 
Morks of IV Vrii that the 
author is jnerelv reporting the 
day lo.i.iy life vi-ihie nr. even,' 
.sitj*' He »s, hut h^ also add.s 
the CTfative flavor of comir 
ohserv.il ion .ind hurrui:=:us 
conuTH'nt or. ihi* fantastic 
passing U'ene 

A slrffl MriUT for The New 
Yorker nugi/ine a* well as 
sucts-..-,ful noveh-t. the author 
ha.H 41SO htid ih-- -oiiisfarTion of 
Aeeing hix hiMiks made into 
hit plays, and a film is noM m 
work 

Personally, he Is a quiet, 
rather snlenm man. devuieii to 
his family, wtio makes Ini'nds 
And t>i'igiiiioi<( laugn b«H',vjsp 
hU doadiian is 

just MS funny as hU hooks. 

lCvt>rr><ht. !*>■ tit R«*.fW> 


Adventure Yarn 
Wins Book Medal 


“T'HE C.ANADIAN iJl;K.\RV AS.S<XT\TIO\ lo- 
^ day announced winner of its B4M)k-of-lhe 
\ear .Medal (English^ -inguage award! to John F. 
H:i>es, Toronto, for k^- book. THE I)A\(5KROl S 
CO\ K. puhliihod bj * "p;i Cbrk, toronto. 


The me<lal Is offered n- 

Dually for ihe best Cansj* 
books (or children, on in 

and one In E'r ftch, 
and is awarded by vole o i 
171 m«*nil>ers of the Cana|^ n 
As<>ociaiion of Children's ij Ll- 
biariauv at ross Canada. 

The Book-of the Year mJ 
IS respetled because it U [1 y 
given In tiiose year* 4 a 
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b«*rausi' it La voted on by 
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ON HEELS OF SUCCESS 


Author Returns to Scene 



Rv lOHN BVKhllAM 

pRAi't: METALIOrs au- 

^ rf: II if fill' piu'nnmenaily 
su'.'cessfiil ivyiiwt riai>e, ha.A 
a sue - N almost read). The 
title' Ynij giit'Ssed jt Ke- 
turn b» PeyliMi ria4<e. She 
hop*** to turn in Ihe manu- 
acrtfit In itie e.id of the year 
for puhlirsMon late next 
spring. Ch.i'-.. t.-i s from the 
Mihei ho.iK Mill ippt'sr agam. 
plus A n'lni'M*! oI nt'M ones. 

T'l iite Feylon Place ha* 
toUl ats'ui eiglit million cop- 
lea. m »stlv In the paper- 
haok* 1 .•-lin.ui although Ihe 
hardi*ov’«'i I'dHion put out by 
Juh-in -M-'ssn.'t. Ii»v. hit six- 
figur,' v*h's M'iili ra^e. Right 
now mI.*s .ore vtill C"ntir:;.ng 
at ttie r-iie of !i«'Ut 100.000 
pap4‘i h.i.ked copies every 
tlire*. w**ek4 or '. ; Thi* make.* 
It pr >»»ih!*, fi'. mo.>t widely 
md Ami'irr.in rov«*| of our 
lime If il-vi exp|.«!- why 
the author is h -'truing t>> tom- 
plele a je'quel. 

* * * 

Alth'HH{i .Sdmuel Hopkir* 
AflHms has been Mining 
bu>jka for upM'nrd.4 nf 50 
yeais. Jt i* douhiful whether 
Uie aggiCij'Re s.iies of all his 


50 works of ficMon hi.igri 
phy. criihuvm ar d children’s 
book.* come anyMhere near 
the aaironomicsl iinlci rackeil 
up by Grat'e MeiaUuu'». Yet 
this hearty octogenarian g<v* 
right on turning them out. His 
new novel Tenderloin, will 
l*e published by R:mdom 
House next Ja • j.iry. at which 
time its author wit] he $$ 
years old. 

It U a stury <if a clergy- 
man's CTUi»ade pr«xsti- 

tutinn and political corruption 
in tha Neu- Y-*iV <*i'y of Mr. 
Adanw’ youth. The >-.>k has 
alrt'Rily been --.pti-. .-,1 for a 
BiosdM-ay mu'* .!, Adams re- 
mains as alert and kr-en «'yed 
x% ever, as Random Hou.se's 
proofreader* ‘-ive just diacov- 
ertsl. After ffiey ha 1 pa;;sed 
the galleys of his n«-~-v tv>ok. 
the Author Ht six eiiois 
they had 

e * * 

Hrtrivor’s h.jv . . . hopes 
for ’Ihe tv list High till- 
lure, a commcif-,. Am 

er.i .’-r mi'ldl* • c, 
by Thomas Gnffnh one of 
Ihe senior eiiii'*!'. nf Time 
M.iga/.lne. Gnffui u 'i>-; jiiwd 
by III# spreading niediocrlly 


that seem* to afflict every Jm- 
p-utant area of our living. In 
his book lie iak<*\ the mea.iure 
of his counfr)meii, with sym- 
pathy but with searching skep- 
ticism 

Judging by Ihe advance ex- 
cerpt* sent out hy hts pub- 
lisher'*. this Mriter’s point of 
vl(*w H a lot more se.i.,7,5ng 
than that of his maf'ixine He 
L* CTitilral. lor e.sMmple. of 
Presld«»m EiH«*nhoMer for 
"pledging to do file decent 
ibut never rlefineij I thing' and 
for •'shifting the argument 
from Ihe Inadequacy of a 
program to the purity of his 
motiwMi”; he lays I! on Ihe 
line about the late Senator 
.McC'arthy as ‘an unprincipled 
adventurer" on whose grave 
.should be M'ritien ‘The Truth 
Wasn't In Him": and he think* 
we aa a nation are “In danger 
of becoming a vibrating and 
metilocTe ]K*ople” 

I hope tiu've samples of Mr. 
Griffiths’ hard-liitijrg ap 
proach Are indicative of hi.= 
book ss a whole. H"m- badly 
this r-i.jnli> nrv*ds a Mn'icken. 
even s Mencken se««ind clasal 

•C-S'^r,,'-; 14» ti) K. .,rw< 


JOHN F. HAVES 


rialists in their field and It 
Know, Mhat children e , y 
leading. The purpose of e 
aMard i* “to encourage e 
wniing and publishing in it 
ada of good books lor boys 4 d 
girLs by Canadian authors. ; 

The llangermu t’nve ^ 
the adventurous story of jj 
buys In NeM-foundlsnd d H g 
the exciting times when |1 • 
piratical IVvon captains |> 
raiding the setilemenls. . 
Hayes, who is vloe-p t 

snd general manager of 4 
Southam Press, Montreal It d 
diiwtor of the Southam C I 
pany Limited has already ii n 
tMo other Juvenile awards. ' \ 
l.and Divided il952) Ud 
KrbeU Ride at Night • ^ I 

were each Governor it s 
Award winners. Mr. Ha>| 
many books (or boys are f 
(orical adventure stories. 

A bronze medal struck wp 
the year and the name of ■[ 
book Will be pre.xenii*d ai^a 
banquet during llie mceti 
of i!ic Canadian Ijbrary v 
xooiation next June in Edit. i. 
ton. 

Tlie announcement ; f 
sued from the Ji.-adquailr: . Uf 
the t'Anodian Library Aksch c 
lion in OttaM'a. by Helen M 


Lothian, chairman of the Ca- 
nadl.in Ax-,«riailon of Chil- 
dren's Librarians, Mhicb is Ilia 
children's librarian section -if 
the Canadian Library Associ- 
ation. 

John F. Hayes was bom In 
Do’den. ‘Ontario, but his 
family shortly aliens-anls 
moved to Winnipeg, where he 
received his formal educatlnn 
- If any activiiy of Havps' 
could be calJei formal. With 
his daily rouitne of work ami 
study. Hayes mixed in such 
ri'dvailon as hunting, jiad- 
dling, and fishing, such occu* 
pauons as garage merhanic, 
clothing salesman, riveter In a 
steel mill, soda-]erker. adver- 
tising salesman, and bushmon. 

Whatever Hay*»s has done, 
he has done It with a m'IQ. Aa 
an advertising man he saw 
how valuable it would be to i*e 
“copy” so well that the cus- 
tomer could see what he w»ia 
buying. Accordingly he set to 
work to learn art. He studied 
under Franz Johnston, once a 
member of Canada % famous 
Group of Seven. 

Hayes also wanted to know 
how To tell a story. He spent 
evenings attending extension 
courses in creative writing at 
the University of Toronto. 

Mr. Hayes began writing 
fiction in his >,p*fe time. Hi* 
early success includol stories 
in Boys* life and 0|>e« 
Rood for ^)v HI* stones 
have spp4>are<l In school book*, 
both in Canada and tn ths 
United Slates, and have been 
translated Into Braille by the 
New York Institute for tne 
Blind. 5iome of hi* books have 
been adapt4?d for radio drama- 
tization by the Canadian 
Broadcasting Corporation, His 
books have been reprinted in 
The U.S.A. and in Britain, and 
two of them. Buckskin Cof- 
oniKt and Bogle* In the 
H»K, have been translated 
Into German. His first com- 
plete book wa.s “BuckiAln Col- 
«>ni<il. and the list Inciudi'S 
TreaMMi at York, A I.and 
Divided. Rebel* Ride at 
.Vight, Bugle* in the HHI*. 
before The Dangemiu Cove. 
In this .series of .crones Ha.M-s 
haa given fresh and vigorous 
life to many areas of Canada's 
history. 

Mr. Hayes now lives tn 
Tcironlo, Ontario. 


€atitt (!!oUmlid 
Sl’.NDAY. NOV. ts. 196$ 




Seventy Years Ago Cowboy Outlaw Frank Spencer Learned That B.C. Courts Had a 




Dktrlct B.C. Polic*- CtiiW 
KKCU HISSLY 


A BKlCtHT, sunny afternoon in early June, 
^ 1887. a lone horseman galloped his sueal streaked 
bay mount through the verdant bottom land of the 
lower SlmUkaraeen valley, south of Princeton- The 
rider was a tall, lean and sun -tanned 34-year-oId cow- 
puncher called Frank Spencer. The horse he was 
riding was stolen, so was the saddle and bridle, and 
ao was the .44 Winchester rifle in the bucket along- 
side his leg. s 

None of these factors worried Spencer; his main 
ob^tive was to get out of British Columbia, lor 
he sensed that right behind him was the law. 

It had been a week since he hurriedly left the 
Kamloops country after shooting Pete Foster — a 
week of quick, dawn-to-dusk movement, skirting stray 
homesteada (except when he wanted food) working 
his way steadily down through the Nicola, past Stump 
Lake, until he had hU the F^nceton traiL Now with 
luck he should reach the border in another 10 or 12 
hours. Night of course must Intervene, when he 
would lead his horse into some small stand of timber 
and. without lighting a teU tale fire, munch the last 
of his pilot bread and cold meat, gift of a friendly 
but unsuspecting trapper. 

As It happened there wtis someone on his trail, 
a B.C, police constable called W. H. Smith, assisted 
by a couple of skilled Indian trackers. Casting about 
to get on Spencer's trail they had a late start and 
wouldn't catch up with him. 

Spencer knev.' there'd be some kind of pursuit, 
for two decades of brushing with the law told him * 
that retribution was an Inevitable reaction. Some 
of the law men he'jl encountered in his career had 
been decidedly rough shod, som^ were without even 
legal backing. He wasn’t loo well acquainted with 
Canadian law enforcement methodsr but he d heard 
tales. 

When It grew dusk Spencer made camp, hobbled 
hia horse nearby, and maybe then In the solitude 
bis mind ran back to other occasions when a fast 
ride placed him ahead of a sheriff. Maybe he thought 
of Tombstone, or the sun-baked deeert country of 
pouth-eastem Arizona. Or before that, to lively davv 
In Austin. For Spencer had piled up more than one 
man's share of adventure in the past 18 years. 

« « a 

HE CA.ME, It was said, originally from Cumber- 
land Cap in the mountainous northeast section of 
Tennessee. He was five years old when the US. 
VMi War broke out. and Tennessee found Itself 
ttvided on the question of north and south. Some 

t )ined the Confederate army, others donned the Union 
lue. Frank’s father had throw'n in his lot with the 
Borth and marched off with the mountain boys tq 
lose his life in the fall of ‘63 in the hail of bullets 
they called the Battle of Lookout Mountain. 

Frank, fatherless at seven, was motherless at 
Sight and left to the care of two older sisters, which 
may account for the fact that at 16 he was a wHd 


ROPE for a COWBOY 


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.JZLl 


By 

CECIL 

CLARK 


bT 1 


and bragging youngster. It was tlien he pulled out 
and heatlcti for the wr&( and fortune. 

It was in rexa.c, he said iuter, that he "took to 
gamblin' and dnnkinV With his youthful brashnc.H.s 
it was but a short .M*'p to a sliooling M-r.-ipe and flight 
on a stolen horse. From then on young Frank .Sponrer 
sluit ond brawled his way up and down the south- 
west: and his wild nde through the Sim)lkam«>t‘n 
was Ju.st a chapter heading in his 18-year story of 
bullets and buttings, of desert trails and wiid night 
ri<les of brands skilfully alteied with a running iron, 
and stolen herds he helped hustle through <latk 
can>’on trails. 

At 20 he was In Dixlge city; a town notnl for 
gunfire whu.'h kill»*d 25 men and wounded f»n in ono 
year; a town that boasted marshals like W>att F^rp, 
Ed and Bat MaUrrson. ’■M>>terl«»u.s Dave' Mathers, 
Charley Bassett aYid others whose fast thinking was 
coupled with an even faster diaw. It was in lively 
Dodge that ' Mysterious Dave" i while marshah killetl 
seven men in one night! Spencer, the youthful out- 
law*, was jaded once or twice, but miraculously 
esi^aped sheriff's bullets and vigilante rope.s. 

Finally Ford County 'Dodge was the centre) 
got too hot for Frank and his outlaw {ml.«i and they 
gravitated to Arizona, to Tombstone. There they 
worked with the Clanton gang to raid Mexican cattle 
ranches and run the stolen stock north through 
Agua Prieta (where Douglas now standsi into Sul- 
phur Springs Valley. 

As the west .settled up. and govemment and 
barbed wire extended. Frank Spencer began to find 
out the inescapable fact that life doesn't stand stilL 
It goes on, improving, and those who don t Improve 
with it are eliminated In one fashion or another. 

It It n 

THK YK.AR ItWl was a sort of turning point In 
this outlaw world, when the Earp brothers. Wyatt. 
Morgan and Virgil along with notorious gun fighter 
**Doc" Holliday (this time strangely allied with the 
law) shot up the Clanton gang at Tombstone's O.K. 
currall. This was the year that Jes.se Jame.s was 
shot; the year that Sheriff Pat Garrett eliminated 
Bill Bonney < known os BUly the Kid) at While Oak.s. 
New .Mexico. Bonney. though only 21. had shot 21 
men. Of course this didn’t top John Wesley Hardin's 
record of 35 men In 25 years* 

Tliese Incidents were all a sign that the west 
was getting tired of gunfire and finally Spemer and 
some of his friends, those who managed to stay above 
ground, made for Cochise country In .southeastern 
Arizona. Notorious Galeyvllle in the shadow of the 
Chlricahau Mountains on the rim of the San Simon 
Valley was one of the last rustler hangouts. Finally 
It too WAS cleaned out. and Frank Spencer drifted up 
to Colorado then on to Montana. 

In this northern state, boi liering on Canada's 
Northwest Territory, the Missouri river badlan>l8 
had become another noted rustler hangout. Today 
a lot of this territory Is flooded by the Fort Peck 
Dam. but in the early 80* It was deM'ribed os a 
"spectacular, unearthly realm '* It's still one of the 
itmeliest parts of the United States, rcecheil by few 
roads. 

It was here, in a shark town called Rocky Point, 
that a company of renegades, ex-wulf and buffalo 
hunters, along with a select variety of fugitives and 
munlorers. made ibeir headquarters. From thla ba.se. 
astute hard-riding horse thieves and rustlers oper- 
ated throughout Montana, Wyoming and the Da- 
kotas. Striking corrals in swift night time raids 
they w ithdrew to the sJiadow y badlands. There. dei*p 




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BUNDAY. NOV. tS. IMg 


18 M . . . Kamloops waa at hut connected by rail with huI and with 


A True Police Adventure 


within siH-iet canynns. biamN vvi-u- blidiid. weary 
h.ii-rs n.tMJiiiorirrJ and stolen herils shiifUi-d to make 
nsomiiUon difficult. Night fi.i[o«»*<| wh.-n 

stolen .Montana hoisex w«-ie hridJ^vl to Daktda, Da* 
kola hoiffs to Wyoming and W yoming hoi -vi s 
.vmiirrHcil i), lough the Yellow sti.ne’ r o u n t r y to 
Canada. 

Mn.-ill>. in 1W4. 5iont.>na lantiiers had had 
enough, amt they )»ande4l th«-mM'lv«-.% into the .Mon- 
tana Slot Kgrowi » s’ A.ssin'iatiun. Their subsequent 
m«n*u:ig.s. howi vi-i, wrie inosilj filJi-d wuh pluiituries 
and rcs-oliitions. and liule action, 'llu* man who 
seized imie by the foiclcx-k w.is om* t»f tiieir nunibt-r, 
(•ranviile .'■'tiiart. He loaned, a liman Vigilante 
Commlitee dubbed ".Stuart's Siiaiiglrtii.'’ 

They nnle about the langeland. .mil whenever 
they che> f.eii a corral and found animals that b.»re 
different they promptly wont mio the owner's 

cabin, hauled him out and hanpeil him! On his coat, 
as he swung at tt.e end of a n.pi-. they hung a card 
with (he -s.mj'le mscription "Hoise Thief." it was 
with guiilne hi w«ver that the Sirangleis caught up 
with "RattlesnaKe Jake" Fallon and his partner 
"Long Ii.me«r Owens; and at h.n«-s Point on the 
Mts^Uiurl H’.cv o inertMi Old M.m J.ime.i and hU son. 
along VMiii ’Miiogi-r Jack" and others. 

Ihr c. ii.iw* wiih.stuod a day long siege in their 
log rah.i*. i.iit iioaJly the SiiHnglers ^rl It on file 
and its l.«e lUUiMirrs reri'.hofl in the flames. Thr**e 
escajH*'!. i under the rover of night. They 

weie I '.vie l-mr, Faddy Rose and I'rnnk Spencer. 
R'lse. tic.iud for his wounds at Fort Benton, fled 
with Sjjci..*-r to Caiinda. 

T).i» W..S ie84. a banner year for Stuart's 
Strang in. > b.nd refovete<l m.-rr than 3<i0 stolen 
horseN jo... -i.oi t-r hanged 38 horse thieves and 
rustlcis j«,i. »ful companion it I.K>k B.C. 11 
yiMit ii .!■ , » w.Ui ii-c ^ame numiier of murdciers. 

• * * 

i P IN I HAT I'ART of the .Vorthwesi Territory, 
ultimaleiv u u<to;c the Provin.-e oI Alberta. Frank 
Siienivr >. ;sid as a lanch hand Finally, In the 
summer ■<( »-i-, when irairus wete running from tha 
east ele*: i ioogli to Port M«xh 1> on the west coast, 
S|>en. er 1 .-'Til io Kamloops. 

It vv.,- Ii. lei. Augu.<«l when the tall, shambling 
figure sv> with iHltleman's ea.se fiom the tram 
and laiix i. .auv McLean's Colonial Hotel bar he 
dtank j>i.i>i>tri Whiskey and listened to the i-onversa- 
tlon ai". - 1 ' I ml ’Hje B.C. town must have ap- 
pealed -u.. t«. Sp*-itcer. larking the boisterous 


maniu . '-ii.v ihr southwest. 

J\. :- ••i|* iir wt ver, in its own Inlmltahle way 
Wtt-s Ilk u vr I of ex« dement. Now the town was 
conoei ted ly iniii«.Md with the east and the coa.st, 
n.dhui ' M-eniid irni-os-sible. In fact a new additional 
town*'!** ‘ . <1 l-**n l.iid out the y<*ar before. Cariboo 
stAg-s were nirriiMK the trains at Ashcroft, and 
river No-n.iuis wrre liming their arrival and de- 
pal i . e *. ..in. I. It with tram times. 

A ocw i..)| wav being built, always a sign of 
nritl i.r» Jongr r was water l>eing hauled from 
the r \ci and la'ng eokl by the barrel. They were 
pui'u .; u..vvn It seemed to the 700 towns- 

I*eoi«ic a' •. r^.ii.g WAS possible. 

.''Ofi.iej, Ihr on* lime outlaw, got work at Lew 
(‘.md)i>«*ll s .. »uh. 12 miles east of town. When 
w.ni**r (unu , Ihioiighout the northwest it was the 
Win-; In .iviog memory. Hundreds of stockmen 
wt- - jiiimri . 1 ) Washington. Idaho and Montana. 

. -1 t PK .. f." ihat came west through Kamloops 
ir M'l.h ,./id Uin a month on the journey from 
-V- . .! nu'M of the time snowed up in the Rockies. 

* * * 

Mint AA the countr>‘ emeiged from 

' •• < ( w toikl li-e. came tallies rtf damage 

i . I laii*. loi the future. In .May, Kamloopa' 
fri •' --.fts .tioid Mrtkly for ocrupam V . a bramii 
of Ii-. Bti ( f be and In the same m^nth rancher 
V Ml j.' ii -t.sitni j-hq j tng hol.si's to Calgary. Camp- 
neil Hi- -j? '!<• ludiHj Frank Spenie; . Geor:,e 

C iwh- ,tnd I rip toxter, and after tt.ey'd "-.’en the 
? > '*fel> in Ihr ato< k ears, they relaxed in their 

h'*" • * tier fn*-hi©n at Die bar of ihe t'n<mopo!itan 

— , then Ihiy io«u homeward. AH but .Npern-i. 
wi... i.n and ftivilly followed with f<-ur bottle- 

of iye in his saildK l*Ag. 

He drank fu-rn one of them on tl-.e way and 
w «- in A Jy loia-tl wi.i'ii lie ar lived a I the ( 'amiit>ell 
ranch. I» Mvms that a couple of the hoMles had been 
paid fm;py 1 clc !• 'osier, tut Spen«er foi some ivosca 


Wniildn't hand them over. Higi' wc; i*. (],|.q 

wiipped out a six-aih kmfe a'.. I n,,..ie for 
Foster, who I-". !;Cil um «>( the bmiktv.a; -.- F - t- t<i 


tiuv. one slkkwly foUowv<| th,- nil rr ;i<\u |i . v-.-d, 
Fovli-f ba«kmg up. waul;. tmn. 

•■f*ui down Dial knif»*and u.-<^ >---ur I.iunuil 

Fo.stei But typical of ht.-. On knew he 

vva.s lo.st wiihout a %ciip.-n. and .... '.i.t-w who 

wa* a Fieneb 1. .iriiiiiiuji. woulil be tt him to a pulp 
In a ti^* fight. 

^udtleiilv, to level matl«-i ; up Fo-.Ij j ^UM.|n-d 
ami r-L /I'd a douiilehitteii a.ve Iv ■**}-■ nea; the w-,-,-*!. 
fide and m.nJe h swing at the udv.in* i.-.g -iiM v-rr. 

Outmait It was Sp»-ji'# j's nun to h.-«'k up 
.=*.r.«l a> the glMteiin£- a\r iil..de whirJ.wJ h:*fojv his 
eve.--, ht- iuiddctily turiii-«l and ran bat k to D.e hunk- 
house He tc,tp|venred .wohils later with a H U m- 
chi*«ier in Jus hand*, a gun that hclo.:i , h, lamli 
ownet Campliell. 

"(•ol shot In the l»r<‘ast and I'm il.viiig toda.v" 
‘■iaf-«k md. Fostei^" velJetl cowhand Ja'k Mui- 
ray, won stooii with Crawford and oDiers in a ctJiper 
of the yard. Foster saw hi.' danger -snd duiked i»e- 
himl the wtxwjpde. Then in a low crouching lun he 
iMOtl to make it to the shelter of a*jipaibv ts:rn. As 
he lan. the Winchester harked and Foster f- . Spen- 
cer advaneetl. working the lever action, amt would 
have j«hot again at the prostrate m.m hot lu-kily lie 
was </ui of Ammundjon. 

llie cowhaMd.s immetlialely ru.-hed to D.r 
ance » ( ttir wounded man. to fimi that the l—llet had 
gone through F-j-Ater'? left arm and ird<* his bo.ly 
between the rib.s. Sja-:;; s r saunieie*! over, gun nt 
tl;e- ready, and suive.sctl hi« \uiim. Then as .•..•.v. 
boys eariieii Foster to the hunkliouse. Spcr.irr. rifle 
in hand, ran to the corral t«i saddle his hotse, 

' He x gone for a dwtor' Diougln li.ov,- -.::: rounrt- 
Ing the unt OMS4-IOUS FoKfer, as on»- of ihnr rumt>er 
ran |o ihe ranch house to toil Campbell v had 
happ<ne»i, 

S|*emer bmln't gone f.)t a dm tor 1;< Hed 

josi gone. La>aihe to wall lor In.- fli-i *..;te of h 
C ana<han r*.uri, this w;:;; ihe start of tiir, > jd iide 
Ihroop.-', the .'-imilkam«’«-M on a Jum* afterm-v:;. 

T»ie day afier the sJ-.- oimg Fc«=tei died. 


Hed 

le of H 
id iide 


ONCK At KOSS the Enuder. : w jind hi» 

way »>y ohs, me iraib- utiDl he vv.;.: Mval’owi-ii up m 
Washington's >nak(- Kivi-r coutUty. and fir thiee 
years nothing more was hoard of liim. < 

In the spring of he luin-cd up rgi; i., walk- 
ing I. -I a Fem;ii ion, Oregon. h»*»-<‘ bicc.ic;. In fp.; t 
U Wrt.s May again, the of fi.-i lam ««?h: rr-ia; 

with the hillsides Imed With pigweekt. hf-i- i longue*, 
wild strawlkeny and mint. By chance Di«^ ow-f-i of 
the I’enriJeion ouDit was getting ready to s:.;p S(.me 
hor-e- In New Westminster, ^tc.. amt the hand* 
mu.MMeil to entrain the animals ii, | i.-»nk 
SpemiT. 

In his few months emplnymi n: at l*.-udli i -n. 

Spem er in Ihe usual bunkhouse cv, hintr«l c-f 

his Double up In Canada. Cohm nsu^ of opinion 
among the I'owh.inds wa.s against bis ictuin: it vv.;-. 
pul pithily hy one big waikly who s-id "riniik, 

lake ifly wonl for it; in a Conf---i u- y..u o.ily 

get one shake of the dice"* 

Spencer, however, figured that u a u.iU- 
open, sprawling country like HC. ti-. fiuin 

Kamloops In the ixtasl w««. too big to o ji in* ;• 
Don a possibility. He rode the c.ue- '■» i.i. . .-no. D : :: 
after helping to load Ihe aboaitl a • icaim-r 

for New Westminsier. rhml'cd aK-aid ;.u. if. 

The walk up Ihe gang plank n.-t Fi.o.k -j .-ncoi 
his life; for unknown to Ihe mu." fii-it, 

(here wh.h quite a JH-Ihe i>-trm in HC A 
whereby sc,-.lteio<l poli»r po:!^ wr-io Kij.' mii.rm*f| 
of men like Spencer. 

In )us few d;ns of Uiscm lime in du- Ko\;,l Cuv 
.‘-j-iii-t.' mn«t of It piopja-il CfM iiiiJ.ui 

Street bnis. In one of ihein be fajl.ii t<> iw.iir.- Die 
AUdden i dcnl h-- !. of a l•.v-l. 1 nde^ f *,r t • .?.;rifi'-c 
was not oi.l> A « rttllc.-T;.-;;> fiom Kamli-op- b-;? a e- n* 

V' dh ^ V for fan's. 

• he -liaogpp >idlefl out <>f the llu .| 

• i ♦ bi- way lo Ihe H C |H..ne h. ..dq«ia 1 1 » » •= .md 
tell i uicf J’lMVim ial Con-l. William y Duit 

M.onU-ii 1 v|«.«al in hand, in tu. ,;nd s*l««on. 

M«or-b\ •hnki'tl bix files, and found Die Mmev^ar- 
' d noiii*- ii.At Frwfik Sfieii. m- was wanted lop niiir- 
*ler Th» ram her from Kamhxips swon* he wa-n I 

I'tw- man fiom reniM‘--ee and Texa- t.s wav of 
I'mln- City, Mill had a gla-s in in» hand vvlien a 
I ro'.iioinl tou-tublc shouJ(ieu-ii his Wn> ttuuugh the 


rROM L. CAMPBELL’fc RANCH 


Trank Rpencer, a hora? 
bridle; and a 44 calibre Vv 
peai;r.};j rillc. The horse tc;;- 
part of its forehead white, 
fjO ('.n the Ic.f.t Rho'tlder; the 
niakc, dorxble cin.si 
Ed’rn-p, Dairovr; the bridle h, 
r;-ir.s and niapple bit. Aiiyo 
ill':; 'ianie to the undersiijned 
will be suitably rew.arded. 

L. C.V 

./ ;n ■ 1'.), l.vs:.- ;;I9 4-,v. 

R'uichmnn ( ampbell »dvertlwd In The KanihMipN Sentlnei In effort 


b.uioom cnwvd and touched him on the shoulder. 
Came next the xinw .«p<*ken and time wont warning 
ac'insi ar.>ihtng that might ne incriminating. 

li was all .Hjightly IncompichensibM to the man 
wlio bad been ai'rusiumed to meeting the law at gun 
I--: :? Incomprehensible until the e.ild Mw-ly i-mil 
of em III hng handcuffs bi<night him tuick to reality. 
1 »hI a lianri on his elbi'W, .signalling departure. 

If 11 had been down in Dv*dge, thought Sponeer, 
i; ..e would havi- been a clamour, drinking com- 
I..'-'-;;-. taking p.trt. Ma>he disarming the law. But 
D -- this VVA.S different. Different in an impei'sonal, 
K.;;; l.c -d»*ft son of fashion. 

*'llo-n swing your ro|»e slowly, and rattle >mir 
spurs lowly . . 

.••j'l ;::«-r was retuined to Kamlcaip.-, to a wooden 

• '••n til a w.nMen buiiihng, and when a thick wmKlen 
il; - I i!:- ;-t(d shut at his heels, he had, a ->pate nine 
feel b\ -.X f.-et eight imheg i-. think the thing over. 

if ihlirnc. ihot w<is the imgle. Foster had 
ibi! • txl hint with an a.xe. guile rightly he'd pio- 
ie. H i Iiimt.-lf With a gun. Any reasonable m m 
i "Ol-' ’.11 'U’lyfanil that. 

‘Ad.'i Ihi.- eonfHlent approach Fiaiik SiK-mer 
•itppcd into Die prisoner's l>ox at the Kanil«vop.s 
sp. • - A‘- i.'cs on June 1(1. ISVI. Fa« mg him was Mr. 
Ju-ir. 1 - A. Waikrm. wearing, to the prisoner's 
V. oini» II.;.- d wjuie wig. 

As I he ii Ml p;i;:i-i-deil, S|iencet thought the whole 
piois'- .ipi 1 ;.- -vift and matter-of fact. There 
c.tH tio flty!!!- if ri;f-ioijc. no Hi>j*eals to emolion. 

I h: " V 'M" . - l‘ ! ! in brief temi' the story 

‘ - D f- '--dge -.••Horned up in impei^onal 

* and “ •»-n Dll jiiiy fii.-d back to their «-at.s 

•Ji« ii (• it-iri..ri ‘ : "Gulitv ’ 

'’^p' lKci 1 ' hi Aid. In p! ' -hop stiUne.xs broken 
i ::!\ t v f. ..It w,«il of A ■ imotive whuile, Ihe 
oni. i V ii„. murderer of Feter 
lost,., V ; -:!;' |>, 1 .^ h,. Kil i.„ Monday. Jul>' 21 next. 

ill* ft:**' •’ -JS 1,1 

1' A.-;. Id ti„vr tn«n quukt ; t-.e was later told, 
j'l.l- -Mine . iiood.s in LMiiiwa. miles away, had 
to )>,»\e fli! t;isi womI 

"1 i.h; ;jtit op i.» ,e in Caii.ida Queen Victoiia 
b.o!#<il i;.. .'-..iv .'p(ii,H icinarkt-d to his jailer. "tjhH 
)..ts WAS D:c 1 ..h . s .IV ptic. but 5llghtly mvsiifying 

.1»!SWCI, 

A* ibi- d,.vs dr;.ggr<i ahmf: Spencer, curnbeted 
vviihlit UOU-- t aids w ‘ jailers, or wJiili-i! 

iiWAv ibe b. -i's <•! sUi-f/ihg Came wonl fu-rn 

(Mtaw.i ti- ihi- tifiu tliai Flank Si>enrer h.^d la-on 

HI- 1 , .. (ji .Ml i,h. 

At 1. si II W 11,0 ht>/.<(e fXi'.UtiM, Wait a 

w liot, f i-.tr)k .sjaint*r -uulrtnr s’**ep. Kcirrd- 
i<‘ ..\ ofioi iioii, he pi!C!-.| prisc-n ctll "lo 

it s>. t of f it-ai m«-nii.J » x. ih-n.oid .^'5 on» yn-iid 

M-j.t 

A- Die M-«i.mls ti, ko<i Awa\ into HMmiUv ciime 
d«\ ,i..i Monung S|a-ncej ato no ^ic.ikt.ci, b>ii 

j. .1 • i.p (.f lo.i F.ailv visiiojv w.^re ivvi cktgv 
iiion, Kr\. T. U . Hall and a Mr. Let^ ' ;u-j talked 
with him, ihen promptly at eight .laiW ,1im Simhui 
•‘uteri .1 the veil with a cold ihisel ami hammer, and 
dialled methmlii ally i titling off me iive»« m l^pen 
reCa h-y lion«. 

f'cii ig Ih's (-» ifoimaocp, et neai a 

w intii.w one b-oi on a t-»*x hir .Sim lai. «• , rif.\« ,in „■ e 

OidsnU in ih» j.,il jam oihei men wtit heaid lium 


mering. putting 
•xmxtructed 
• w ith Disirtrt Chi 
Finally, as Ihe 
made a request. ' 
on so could he 
them off On the 

"And give awn 

Came then D 
cell through !):►- 
walking two bv • 
another f)gui*e 
them. He ws- « 
ing a black h-; 

I’p to. the ;• 
holding .'’JpenriM 
where he wa*: 
hanfis with P.- 
clair and the ' 

It was Diet 
raid, "like an -j 
for The first trr. 
put the no - e u 
a white cIi'Ui i. . 
hwKt Ustene-- 
h-er me. «>h L< . l 
have meiry on 
swayed slightl.- 
the levet. 7T.O • 
Tennessee *• -i' ! 

T7ie hot;-,:; 
and the 2>'> '.•,”( 
.''lencer's b - !; - 

a horrible /• - . 
written bv a n> 
I’oS-«ibly a ; 
guilty of om-v.. 
hour on earth. 1 ie 
' And in Die giavt* i 
The bo. '; ! , 
dt .wn aiiH c 
Inquest, the ; • ■ 
in a giave dug <- 
s|xj( where Dm 
Later ji v =-= ; 
aiknitteU h!s c.o- 
rny dow'if 'F " h. 
and he told ,„d g 

!• ♦ »i age p», .f d»’ 

' ll W . II!..- 1 

In Ni-w ; 

I'll fievej- hrfv.- b«* 
On the ni'»' 

bit tight i'< a b-,'".. 

bUii if he Wani..rt - 
dj in the •-; »- a'' 

1 'tin ot n.‘. lb ( I. 

Hf Wa- HO -• 
DiJ 1»M 

of TI,*- g;!.;.,vv>, an<( 
WHfi (•■o sevtMe i 

In the w • rdK <i( 
of 1 «re<fo ' ue mig! 
iowl-f»y and I k;--- .• 


I R-adtlle niul 

■ ncli ester re 
‘ a r,KY, V.'kN 
'wa branded 
: iddle W.V3 of 

. and block 
t band ri’ade 
e dcli'.'ori!'io 
It Ki\i!»loco3 

ITHELL. 

tri bai-fc horse and uuktie 

(• D.mg touches to a freshly 
? Later came iiheriff Pemberton 
'(Do ac. Police. Fred a Hu&sey. 
' fell fhom his ankles, Spencer 
' 'lam t want to die with his hoofs 
• ve . pair of slippers? He'd slip 
fr- 1 J. The slippers were brought. 

I wbiM.p you emrry me oking" 

m procession from the priM^ 
'I to the sraf/old: six men, 
they filed across the yard. 

■ \ ippeared to fall in behind 

' * ffiiial executioner, wear* 

' • •' With two eye holes. 

they mounted, the sheriff 
' e ai m and sllentiy pointing out 
• :ie condemned man shuck 
•1 Hussey, then with Sin* 

* Die hangman, as one onlro>ker 

• •- of Satan himself" stepi^ed 
■ ' view. Quickly h« 

.;! .’’^pi ... cr's neck, then slipped 
"\'-r ; ,-i head. From behind thia 
].'- id the cowboy's "Remcm* 
I’ i^iigdnm today. Oh Lord, 

' !i the whKo-hooded figure 
■ b < the executioner to pull 

■ ■ • ' d and os the man from 

•c Hi* 'oul sped to eternity. 
-.••-f(«-ld was open to view, 
;• .n r:-,v jail yard saw Frank 
’ r. imp a ghastly picture* in 
r pi.tase isn’t mine: it was 
" . 1 * ihcre. 

Frank S;enrer had been 
} '?t.i|iy of one on his last 
<•' to shed his slippers' 
rvitv m*- and roll the aod o'er me** 
lil ■" . m. when it W'as "cut 
i <1 alu-r t'oronor Clarke's brief 
iiiav. ‘-'tank Spencer was buried 
If - Ivamloops jaU yard on th# 

{ lie s'iiimI. 

. -E‘d that, to Rev. T. W. Hall ha 
l Spencer. "Whi.skey was 
>• .oarked. awaiting the end, 
w liquor spurred his first 

? f* ».aid "going Into that bar 
If 1 badn'i gone into that saloon 

- ttpToj *-d." 

his exe< iition, a guard 
w iu.*Kev and a glass and asked 
. '^pero er kxiked him stead- 
r;eu "That stuff's been tha 
•' death without It." 

■ 'll quiet prisoner right up to 
' :< n hut "iimt a great dread 
e D.rught that Die British law 
es '••(h as hls.‘* 

le • ow boy lament, *Tbe Streets 
have added; "For I'm a young 

• V done w rong." 

6flili| ^olmilfit i 
.-'‘tNUAI, NOV. M, IM6 





Our Own Riviera? 


Hot Dogs and toffee 
For ‘Fish VI ateliers’ 

Member* of thr Solarium •Junior l^«Kur hMI 
offrr hot doRH and coffer to an ev|>ccted (hrooR 
of watchera" at (iolditream tRain today, from 
Jl a.m. until dark. 

To date hot doR<i have been «old to 

vNtorw diirinR the pavt two Sunday* at Gold*tream 
Park on the Trana-Canada liighway. (.eaRue mem- 
ber* «aid. 

They will be on duty aRain nevt Sunday. 


Cold Strait 


Ihf* IIkHI U 
rnri . . • 


the <om ju«l wnn'l Oilne 
thrnuxh . . . 


the hn* |eiivi>)i 

t(Mi earl> . . . 


Buwu, phtMM*^ nti 
«Ui-h » ria>. 




When il r*ln« the hti* 
l« alu »> % Isle . • • 


Shipbuilders 
lo Be Hired 


An adnitional or more men will he hii'ed hv 


Narrows Ltd. for ronversi 
Tlierese — a job expelled to 

Announcement of the swarrt 
ol the .Sle. Theiese convei^lnn 
rnntiact to Yaiinws wa* made 
by the navy yeaterda>. 

Yaiums Reneial maitager 
John Wallace said the six-week. 
SIU.OOO ronveiNlon "i« ex- 
pected to a?«.xute employment 
/or at Icxxt .VI men over ihe 
holiday .<eaxon in addition lo 
the 250 now workinjf on other 
coniiactx." 

The eonvei.xton will involve 


of the friRHte HM('S Ste. 
la.st until the New Year. 

the decknouxe. accommodaiion, ' 
and coinui'uriinn of a clasM ' 
room on Ihe new cadet naintiiK 
xhip. navy o/fiml* xald The 
ship will he lowed lo Yairows, 
Monday. 

KrlEHiex MMi'S Reacon Mill 
and HMt’JS Suxxewllle. also un- 
derRoing conveiaion are nearly 
completed at HMl* hockyard. 

Kive other frwaiex aie ex- 
pected to he iMi luded m the 
conveition proRiam. 


1 1 - I V Kl I'' M I l» I 

MnOKIA, UKi riSH COM SIM)AV, .>0V1:MKCR 23, 19.38 


Inland forpcant^ cloudy 
with clear periods 

(OetalU on page 1) 


NO. 290 — HUNORKOTH YEAR 


ISary Joh for Yarrows 






Telephone — tlV 3 ~ 41 I I 

11 .10 p m to K a m. 

Clmilanon EV 307J.5 Spoil* EV3 7000 
tXitorlal EV3 -i.V« or EV 3-8309 


SECOMI .NE^S SECTION 



Christmas shopping is serious business 
judging by the expressions of pedestrians 
in downtown Victoria yesterday. Frowns, 
grimaces and glum expressions reflected 


the rain\’ weather as Colonist photog- 
rapher using a camera with a telephoto 
lens snapped shots of unsuspecting 
shoppers. But the atmosphere in depart- 


ment and other downtown stores was more 
cheerful than on-the-vStroel expressions. 
Business was brisk as young and old began 
warming up to the festive sea.son. 


Hot Pocket 


Frisid Juan dp Fuoa SlraM. lerror of ionR-diManoe 
*wimmpi*s. may yet rival ihp RivlPia In at laasi one 
apption of it.* leiiRth. 

E«llm«ip* for hpatlng • pro- w»i^r pool in Cxnadx If the 
fiovpd outdoor xall wa>«r swim- pinjcct i« carried ihiough lo 
mine pool al Hor.«exhoe Ray. complciion 
off Beacon Hill Park on ihe “It xhould not he coxily at 
rhilly atran. wiil he called hy all in Iteai It with modem heai- 
the city * public woik* com- Ing method*." he xaid. 
mutee. City engineei Jamex i^arneit 

Aid. Oeoffiey MRelnw, chali- will leport on Ihe poxxihlllty of 
man of the committee jtaid la*l turning the hay into a pool at 
night the propoaed pool will the nexl meeitng of the com- 
be the only healed outdoor «all mittee. to he held next week. 


Step in Front 


ISelles on Amalgamalum 


.NA.NAI.MO With a 1 >k.« 1 
burglaiy •'nng ' already await 
ing scnience on up to 30 
charg*** of breaking and en- 
icnug. Ri *MP began inveaii- 
gaiKin* into ihe laieai bur 
glaiA in .Nanaimo ycxierdav. 

Premixes of Lindxay * .Sloie 
was broken into ovemighi and 
nearlv (500 in ca.sh wa* 
Moten. 

Thieve* alxn htoke into 
F.van* Fihlayson Company on 
Commercial Siieei bui noth 
ing wa* taken. 


Poliie are l«K>king fi»r a fa.*i- 1 

moving «ar thief who kept one 
aiep ahead of them Friday hy 
parking a stolen car and taking ^ 

another, and parking that and * V 

driving off in a third. y V 

Apparenily, the thief ha* * ^ \ 

liking for green. PolKe saiii all A 

three i’ar* weie of that hue. 

Two of the cant have been 

found, but the third i« *1111 MISS KATHLEEN hX)WELI. 
mixxing 

It looked like an orditurv 
crime when Ol.xun Mninr* 
axked poli<-e In Ihe afternoon 
to look for a car. 

A abort while later, a woman 
reponed her car had ju*t been 
aiolen (i^tm a parking lot at 
Fort and Pandora. When polne 
Invest igated. the\ found 
Olson’s cat parked there. 

Tile woman* car was found 
at Clak Bay tiolf Club parking 
l«ti. where it wa.* learned ahoiit 
an hour later that Ihe third 
car had lieen taken 


.^aanirh eniinctl must ask .Saanich roiincilJoia should 
rstepaver* to approve any concern at test h> 

• m.ls.m.llon ronlr.rt n.go "l' ronliacl .nn 

^ ... • , offering It to raiepaver* in an- 

tiated With Victoria before it referendum In 19.59. he 

Is finally adopted. .Saanich said 

councillor Charlea Nelle* “Dr. Deutsch'a report favni 
claimed last night ing amalgamation lepeaiedly 

"All the lime, at puhllr *aya there are manv qiteaiions 
mreiing*. we meet the *am« rrf great weight which are 
queation Are we giving conn- siH| to he hammefi*d out he- 
ril a blank cheque if we vote tween ilie two municipalities." 
lor amalgamation In ihe De- ('oun. Nelle* said. “And I 
rember referendum?'.'' he fee) ihai with our divided 
•aid council in .Saamch the final 

"The anawei at the moment, mniiart must have the giiid 
a* laid down hy the Municipal ance of the iatepa>era wrltlen 
Act. ia *Ye«.’." plain In every line of It " 


ni Nt A.N I'unera] serv- loop* where he was head o( 
K-e* will he held .Monday lor provincial police 
Mis, Dorothy f ranees Brad- He was in pinvlna'ial goveni. 
fold, .3.5 who died in King * mcni «ei vice foi aome 35 >c««r*, 
Daughters' Hospital. Friday, employed in various depaii. 

Rom in Vancouver, she had fnenta. until his retirement a 
hern a resideni rrf Cowlchan year ago. 
d»*iiici all hei life. Jiving .Sumving aie three daugh- 
musilv at Cro/lon. teix. Mia. Heorgina Peito. of 

Miss Kaihleim Kowell ruddling She was a member of the V'lctorui. Mia. Gnidon Keir, 
■ wo re< ently acqiiu«Hl giilne,i United Churi'h and the lOOF l.jid.vsmiih . Ml*. l>u* Pre.Hinn, 
pigx. ■<>!•• ta a Grade 4 and Rehekah IxKlge. She had been of Silveiriale. Wa«hlngion. 

:t teachei at Cloveidale em|tlo.ved hy a *hoe store in Burial will be al Royal Ualc 
•Si-hind and besides liHiktng Dunixn foi ihe last ten year* Buiial Paik. 
afiei her pupil*' adopied pels, and the Iasi yenj she harj been * * • 

she en|ny* reading and sMmp manageies* for the firm and DC.SCAN The ni l Cuidr* 
.o||e.nnE, She live* at .^31»l represented the firm on the As.soc'tation of Cowlchan la 
l.imvoiKl » . . I hork M*. I.e«d Chamber of Commerr-e, working to raise funds in pur- 

•lieakiMg or army tents arid SuiMving are one -"n 
the pitching of same . . l.iMils Rnnald. her parent*. Mi. and di.sirici 

(.ll.n h..Hine d.™,, thr tnil M„ B,,, .-nll.n.nn, onr ,VI„. Al .\fvnHl. pr-.W.nt 
Ken Murphy and K.thlii bmiher Ronald, iwo nieces ,hr Girl (Julde Association, 
Mewart P*-h *nd one nephew, all of Uof ^ 

Icms .Mabe Mill* xeivmg mn, u.,*r m...i 


Passins: 


OmMime (‘anadjan mnninc champion. H.»-yoar-o)d 
John D. Mni”sh had an umviMoome cham'e lo use 
hi* old skill when he and hi.* wife Fiertha were 
sent sniminR from fhrir Royal Olympic Hotel 
room yeslerdav, after «moke fitim a small fire 
in an upholstery shop below Iheir third-floor apari- 
ment caused brief alarm. — (Bill Boucher photo, l 


Parliament lo Meet 


Both Vancouver Island and discus* the poMlhilily of the 
the mainland would benefit college Joining Ihe NFCUS 

gteaily if Victoria College promote close 

, ielallon*hip: interest and un 
were a degree granting uni among Canadian 

veisity. Moi timer Bixliisky. itudent*. 

president of the National Fed It now ha* a membership of 
eiailon of Canadian University 32 universilie*. 

Student*, said here yesterday. David Skilling*, chairman of 
Stressing that URC la over- the college committee weighing 
crowded, he said that many the proposition, said the com- 
eollcgea smaller than Ihe one mlltee had been "favoiably** 
In Victoria grant degree*. imprea.*ed by the prospect 
Mr. Bisirisky. an arts gradu- Whether Victoria ('nllege 
•te from Sir George Wllliama will become Ihe 33rd member 
I'ollege In Montreal, met with or not will probably be decided 
Victoria students' council lo in a campus-wide vole. 


Debate Topics 
Boys ’ Big Need 


am >id .smithent mtiwing NANAIMO Haiewond Im- 
hi* lawn for the Iasi time . . . provcmenl Disiricl Is setting 
Traffic officer Al Harw«m4i n „p ^ winter pioErnm and hopes 
little disgusted about the tain m be able in lake ad\*ntage 
. . , Tom Kennetly from Van of feiicial government grant* 
couver siiaving off his «-enien- towards laboi cosl.s. 
ntal iH'ard . . M Anderson * * # 

.•e. lecemly rej^ ted ' this shaking dfN.r knobs In Saanich * i-onlract for the dredging 
city proposal for the .. Jack I•hll1ll•n relaxing after „f ,|ie channel between TJieil* 

n T c K «nd Kuper Hand*. 40 miles 

But Mayor ^urrah said he big the WIM final Art Victoria was award 

It his reieriion in the mind Ouarnan paying off a gam ^ ,^c.^nilv lo C.lllev Brother* 
group* of the member* wasn l just iilmg debt . Jim Mm* pt. k , Westminster. 

1 olumbia, final. tng up his children. ,l„,, vaids 


‘Tongue in HisCheek’ 
Bennett Declares 


.Service* will he held from 
Duncan I’nlted Church, at 2 
p.m Burial will be in the 
Cnlted Church section of 
Mountain View Cemetery. 


BcniicU Lndccidcd 
On Trail Eleclion 


PjiiffiupcrH 

(wct Hallots 


PORT ALRERM Rite* 
were held for Thoms* Stewart 
72. In Steven* funeral chattel 
yesterday under auspices nf 
branch .55, Canadian Legion. 

He was a resident of this 
city for the past .\5 years, and 
wa* a member of Ihe Buffalo 
lodge here a* well a* of the 
Legion. He had been em 
ployed aa a piledriver opei 
•tor. 


NANAIMO A homemade 
rnloi sound movie. ‘‘Island Tiv 
der the Stars." will be given 
it* premiere in Woodlands 
.School Thursday. The film, de 
piciing life nn Vancouver 
Island and how a young fing- 
hsh couple adapted them- 
selves In the change w>aa 
made by srhoot teacher John 
Getgood. 


Ballots have been distributed 
(o some ino stationary en- 
gineers employed hy the pro- 
vincial Rovemrnent. They will 
take a strike vote to Kupport 
a demand for a 9 per cent 
wage boost. 

Result U expected to he 
known by lha end of the 
month. 


Premier Rennetf {* sHII underiile<l a.* fn 
whether he will (jike part in the Ro**land-Trail 
byeleotion and emphasized he will place the bu*i- 
neas nf British Columbia first. 

“I have the estimate* and the budget to take 
rare of to he ready for the leRialattire which opens 
•Ian. 22,** he said. 




18 Datlq (tulmiint Victeru. B.C.. San., Not. 23. 1958 


.1 smjili* djamnrul 
Id hei pioily 

biKlal RDwn. Miss KvHyn 
JoycT WjIKj- (jf Vli'toria he 
farm* lh»* wife of Hubert Hrucv 
VrsH tJlIwon la » lecont 
fcTemony here. 

M.itriM in «r. Andrew’s 
t*i4»».b>iiTl/in Churc-h were ihe 
•Irtiiphlei of Mr. and Mrs. W 


>'hirh fell lo her waist, Sh 
carried an armful of rod rose 
and Kardentas 
Her attendanU 
Nadya (Jibson. 

l.ogan and Ml ^ 

Ho-soy in pale paaleU fash 
lonod from chiffon carrying 


IhMi' Ann l.imliTs VShni 
w'li-l you .s.-iy In a Wtunnn 
who dlvor>i-.l j fairly hii.s 
hand and I'UI h«M>^olf off from 
f lliii.V will li Id live W’llh 

a nun ‘h.. tr iilly in love 
wiUr’ The m.in ••‘itd not 
iT.n \ hff b.*r.iuso 1)1 f.imdv 


re Min* 
Loia 
Dorothy 


MIS?^ JU.-TlNt; HICHAKDS MIS.S HOXANA BRAND MISS JUDY MacCORMACK MI.SS UAIL GOODEKIIAM 


IVar I m nu lawyer 

'D 1 t'.iit'i advi.v* you royard- 
me '- ui ‘liKhis" I'd like I" 
■ A h'w- woids about your 
‘wiony " however 


I 



M 0 nt a g ue 
BRIDGMAN 


China • Cry$lal • Ci/t» 

ill Oo%tfiMneiU St. Pheof g¥m»i 


son and Mr. Borck Gay wort 


II. Gibson, Jr., Proap«*cl Lake 
Road, Royal Oak. 

Tlie i'eiomony wa* conducted 
by Ri V \y R .MacU>an. 

Mr. Hill lioMi* Kang the 
W,-.idlng Ih-ayet ” as the bride 
WiilkiHl up the aisle In a gown 
of *:nr|n and chiffon with a 
delicate veil of Uhanlilly lace Ituad 


ushers. 

Following a reception at 
Holyrood House, ihe couple 
left on a trip lo the U.S.. Mr.s. 
Gibson wearing humt-orange 
with brown accrssorle.s. 

They plan in make iheir 


John Gooilerham anil she will 
be s|Kjns)ireii by Ft) l-‘. M 
Gibson, of Victoria Hit e,s- 
corL Is Cadet Anthony Limb. 
Ml:- GoodcrJiani aMen«hs| ,ni 
M aryaiel's School firmr tu 
moving lo the mainl>md 

Preiiy Judy .MaiVoiinac, 
daughter of .Sqdn. Lir ami 
:Ts;n J. W. D. MnrS’ormuc, 
W.ihng Pl.ice lx another «leb 
w'ho will '■come f)ui” I»4T 5. 
Her father will sp her 

.•nd her escort l.s Mr. (tram 
oudshoorn. 

The If) debutante** rr;;:;;ug 
their deep curi.sies Id His 
llDnof the Lieutenant (iDvei- 
nnr and Mrs Frenii Mac- 
Kenzie Ross will ushei m Ih- 
f.ilj and w inter .. -il 
in Virfnria. 

Sharp at to p— HMCS 


Ml-. Jan .1 , daughter 
uf Cnidr. ami .Mr;- ,s. Booker 
■ if Simcoe .Stt)'cl .vlll be piv- 
-enlC'1. .Slie Is ^|>••rl.sDred by 
hr-, lep father. Mitw .Sayer 
has recently re'winrd from 
England where she was ai- 
fending Runfon Hill, a finish 
Ing .school in Nnrf'tlk 
M'-- Roxana Brand, the 
d.'iuehier of Nfr iDd Mrs. K»l 
w.ird Br.nn»l. Ue.iM Rf».id. will 
‘ > m.ihe her how ll»*r 


Bazaar Raises $700 
For Palsy Clinic 


Wet weather didn't prevent 
a crowd Uirning out for the 
fir.si h.i/a,ir pul on by the 
Wumr-ii's Aiixihaiy to Ihe 
Cerebral Pal.sy Clinic, held In 
the K of P hall yesterday 
ifieinonn The affair wa.s 
highly siicet sful fo. .m Initial 
effort .ind approslnirtfely S700 
was rai-sn] 

A '!••■• f.f J) jK»und,H of 
srn.ikrd '■’•rnon I hat sold for 


/6 (uid So Humiliated 


JANA ."^AVKR 


H-" -lay Shaw 


A foj.ni'r ‘ .(lan Mls~ 
Gail fl'ioclerhnm. of Vancox 
\er will lie among the dehu- 
i:»niP€ pit* en^'d at the I'Sl 
’..iTi M; G. • • . ham ”■ 
'L'jghier of M' an-i Mr- 


|»#\* «r ftlltl W »5 ^ 

going -™I«M.1\ 

. .so I'm ;mh 

Wti-ii • .11 I 1 


1.4'arQ to Sew at 


Laden iMtnl will . 

lieufenani governor ati 
parly t.= the ■;... at u 
of the djii.. 

Kirh pniiy d>‘buiaH 
rying - >ma|| .,>lo--,-d m 
of flowers. v.:!| tu* ...il 
the Af>.’ for ihe .v 


Retail; 


OF TLOTHINO 
AM) DKSIGN 

11.40 for (wmhour lexM>n 
Day or Evening Classes 

«H) MOSS STREET 
Phone EV S 2i?0 


Mie Mi loria llraiu h of Ihe F.^qulmalT tjtijdcn Ace 
\dDIitlDfi < Mrmiilti><c for IHv will hold a h--- rr nn To. 
plai-i'd person^ v\ill iiun*i dm :{ J p.m in the -mi 
Wetlnesiiay ai k p.n». In rooms Fr.^^rr Street. Th, mi 
1 and .1 of the ( athrslrnl for Nov. 26 has lieen f-an* 
Meinurlal Hull. |x%o rilms will 
he «li'Dvn arut a talk elten hy 
>lr», Itiilhrie. who has JuhI 

reiiiriifd from KhliDl/hoff 

( .imp. 


PRE-CHRISTMAS 

SPECIAL 

150 WOOL 
DRESSES 
20% OFF 


.T.mi. Bay tiolder, Age Club 
win meet on Mi-nda- ai J pm 
in the Niac*!;. s; : Han. 


Hand ff 4‘avi’rs 

X h torla Hand Mea\ers’ Guild 
will rn«*et at 8 p.m. on Tiiesdn>. 
Nd\. jr). In llir .\rt (lallerx. 
Moss SfrerC 


- • • - • • * fl and 

p'- ’ . uil r' . C’uh Wj.l 

!i . r - .MDfid.iN nt (• 1 'i p rr. m 
Go\ i • .’i.i Sli.’cf <-|uf>i‘iom- 
Prof. C Burchill. Tii - ; 
Vi - f*-;ii-ce Roads. 

w ’ ; il: i.ii ’'IVfe::^c a 

^ “f Natinnal Import- 


Contact Lenses 


l.t'sion inxilinry 


All from Rogular Sto<*k 


hrntal iidm 

'lls*. B. Harwell uas e|n te<| 
president nf the Mctorla Dental 
\sslsianls’ .AssociatiDn at a 
reieiit dinner liicHing held at 
Ihe '■■tralhiDoa lloleL Miss D. 
Hiiti'her pri'stded. 

Dttirr officers are 'Irs. G. 
Eulion, th e-president; ^flss I*, 
farlry, neirelar). and Misa |.. 
•\ndrew«, treasurer. 

X t hristniaa fiarly will be 
heUI at Ihe home nf Miss 
Harwell on Ibv. a. 


Thrre t» murh intrreu la ron/a« - Ifmrt of 
late end nghtlff lo. Contort lentef todav 
are much ttnprotfd and a vrof deaf of 
rcteofrh ts being corned on to ffirct ttiil 
further mprorenrntt. W> latroduced the 
hrtt contact lennn to Canada over tuenig 
d tt tf our roiutonl atm to keep abreaxt of 
Mf deielopmeatj la tan Held W> ueteome 


u:- ; ni> I ■; i .uid To i.-ufri ;* - ixK.-h^ of dia 

let =rie Inst U'lng, ii foi : 

.d. .lU'l hi-iVi :«.e v>e Aeri l.and>M's r . w ls...I;;ol tt>f 
••d *'i Ml) cx< ID ‘Tc.'iiage Dimkirig- e-id'-ing I 
lin*:..;. '.t!) I’ll het wi'‘> vmir ti'ij-i ; In 
biuh - •.,n.i*rf-:ni-nts ‘‘oin ar.d a l.n .• selfaddic An 
fi|iDid<" 7Tvn she '-^^1- >*tanipci! rnvclope kel 

oil m-' Am I wiiin‘? 'Ann Lmdr;- will he glad ws 

V I im 111 ai»o)ogizo ht'-lp vnu with your pr.ii*- bet* 

i. Sei,cl them to her In rate .v 
ef rhi« new«-{>Dfe'i arid T-..>h— <■ |a\ 
a .stamjiod. self adds i-^w^ed en (.^m 
velojie L<u 

r'Dfltrxiti i«M necrpit*#* J. A 


Pay a-s little ns $,5.00 down. $25.00 monthly with 
Sriirrah.H Rotating Budget Account 


CUVLOk4 


'n*er»'> no nr-ivi to apologize 
The phone call from Ihe ho.s 


233 Yarrow Building 

633 Fort Street and 


738 YATKS STKKI-rr 


61edlrai Arts Building 
llOft Pandora Ava 


Entires for Ihe l->s(|val of 
rhrtsiiiias deiorations will In* 
acieplcil iihiii Thiirsilay. The 
('ontcsi enlrii's vvill Include 
miriialure In'i's; ihMir, laiile 
and nianlel decorutlDns; iu>v* 
eli> Kirt wraiiplngs and other 
t-lasv's. I'nr infnrnialion, call 
Mrs. tiarth i.rlffilhs. E\ 1 >h>Hi. 


hnOM WALL TO WALL 
. . . FLOOR TO CFJU\C, 
WILSO.VS /S BRIM \t (Ml 
Ol ER WlTff EXanXCLY 
LOl ELY UFTS. 


tmdian Iv«-;;-*"i mri w.ih Mr*; 
L. Bo"!h in the ihair and 2D 
memhera j»rpsenf Two new 
mcmlier* ?,!i . Durothy F-'- 
mrtg it' •' .M: R. Bradlcv. 

’■ I . .Id 

Memiv'r^ vot«'d «n' ihe pur 
cha.sp of an oil siove. v”{i)>oard 
doors and tiles i... ihe kitchen 
nf Ihe (>'Ki*nn Hall. 

Mis, ^:ls^ T’rt>*p will con- 
\e*ie Ihe annual New Years 
Kve li.inrs* a» Mahnn Hall. 

Mt A- M Brown, with co* 

• ..nvener M.-; Devine, will 
■ tin is.nduct the Christma.s 
r-iMK^king conlesi, Mrs. J. 

'■=*'.mly will .issisi. 


Aational Jewelry W eek 


GiiTs Best Friend 
Still Arc Diamonds 


Pe.ar ah.nped. squ9»e-shaped 
or “fancy" shapivl. diamonds 
are silll a gUI'- best fiientl. 
outside of her b,inkhook. 

During N.itional Jeweliy 
Week. N'nv. 21 Id 2J1. the em- 
phasis will be pla* tsf on Ihe 
“fancy'' nil «liamnnds which 
may he fancy in design but 
not tn price 

The fancy ruts IncUnle ihe 
pear shajH* with one end 
rounded '•.ud one poinled; the 
iwo|)o»nied mai<jui«<’: ihe em 
ei.ald rui with il* 'dean siralghi 
line, and the romaiilic heart 
shape 

For year;, the round, many- 
faceied hrilhani hm h«s>n Iho 
ti.idilional bruhil stone 

The f.ini-y pattern!; ha.vc 

been foun*l hlihrrio in lar .'C 
and exix'Msixe Hiones. Bui 
now the different cute may hr 


I iiosen as • In sizes 

from A half -oi.it up. 

However, even the llnlest 
di.iiT.QnrI sparkles in the round 
i-Mf. whereas the novelty con 
tour it IxMiei iiilapied to a 
larger stone. 


ACTIVE 


FOR MK\ 

DRBSSfSO OOWSS. Vtgetlc. authentte tartan* 39M. 
Viuefla plain trine 23 50. 

SrORr SHIRTS VipeUa. 56G* leoof. u'oe/iabfe, ihnnU 
proof, platm 10 M. Cftecltf 12.05. <4ufAmfie larfone 
13 95. 

flA/)Af/fVTOf'f SWEATER. Fare icool, U'Alfe eaMe 
tturh. from fn^fond Ml 50. 

SUPPERS U'ine opera efyle. toft tola S.BS 
GOLF JACKETS Original Grenfell golf facketit 
thoirerproof and icindproof 17^5. 

W^r GIFT CERTIFICATE by *‘Chruty’t" of London 
1350 By “SfelKm" 11.95 

SOCKS. Imported from fnyfanrf. All roof, reinforced 
loe and heel 2 00 Argylet by Cox Jtfoore'* of gnyfantf 
3 00 Fealhenceight by *'PonDierff/o" 250. 

SHIRTS. Terylene Drip-Dry NO’Jron 10.95. White 
brnadclotk 5.00. Foncy broadcloth Drip-Dry Ko-tron 
7M. 

Gt>OFf5. Imported from England. Bofvrol AnttUo 
leather, icofAdbfe. Hand ttitched 650. N’efaral Peccary 
Hog. band •fifcbed. from gnylond 950. 


tu TOOK kT 


rr s-Tisi 


SMORGASBORD 


mrtNCTwuy uft wrapped 


THURSDAY— €-9 p.m, 

per IVrsoo 
In the 

EMPRESS ROOM 


0,»i l■*U•<l K\ « «|l 

lo kdaition i« tiw 
R,iiiUr MrtiH 


A %tTtoc^ 

1221 COVERNMENT ST. OPR. POST OFFICE PHONE £t' 3-7 1 77. HOURS. MON. THRU SAT. 0 30 A M. to 5.30 PM. 






Batl^ (Tnlntllflt VicloH*. B.C., San.. Nov. 23. 1958 


All fhr «pnrkU' anrt caioly r>f the fpslivp season 
uill rv*nip 10 V’uMnrifl’s Art Gallery next Saturrta.'’' 
as Hie wnmen’s commiHoo present ‘'Christmas in' 
the Galler>-.” 


Hrills Mt^ri nf Oic *tpaciAiiK chIIpit will hr 

mijffji.ills h;in«|nrmrfl inio an Mrcadr of lilllc Rhoj>»* 
.iiiih A-i tho ••Rnnn<i“f'.'’ "Pahn," "Toy Shop.” "Childron’*k 
tiro ” •<;ourinrf Shop” .ind a Chrisimas rtoi-orotJon shop. 

Adfl»v1 for Iho rix'' will ho piipprl «how« 

h\ r.wpn f»nwnr< and jjuVk pniuait skPN’hos bx 

Mir Ppci.'>' Pjuk.iirt 


('hMHimas rloi’«i».»iinnR m ho nftoird aip otit of this 
woiUI ill I'olm and rtHftsm:>nsh}p. 


(»ills and Decorations 

Holrllnc only a few of the dehchlful thincs offeii-d 
at Christmas m the Gallery” are. from left to 
right, Mrs. B, K. Kjekstad, Mrs. Tom McMnrtin, 


, and All for Sale 

Mis. Teiiy KiizpaMick and Mrs. Wiiliam Fahey, 
— f Colonist photo by Bud Kinsman.) 


It'll*** doin- and maiin*l wrp«»hs madr of nnu, frin 
ar.d \v<mk 1 «-tn<’kei» wno m»di* into a ninninc Bid 

'i)i c,«\ hslU = d .. j**ld ar^Tl, <»o 'ooppl" firr. 
a hnllx Irro. hoMtr* nod isjr r»f d«*hcMl« llkp hrandlfnl 
|H».x>-hr*R hill'd puppois and Chii.nmaR randlp.R -ore all 
oni.' a frw o| rtio atiirlr'* to rot and purrh.i.Ro 


wilt hr an atldm affair hrcmning at 
unlit fi pm. ai o>p m.^r< strorr tlallnx', 


np''pial i*on\Pfnv f'li i'*p pxonf Ml'S. Tpii*)' KnZ' 
palm k with rri inm ptirra Mr^ R ^ l*onn. MrR R, ,\. 
If l>'i* Mis Ft V. .Itoni.iii' Mrs Alholl .Ssiihorland- 
Bio'xm .ind Miix Tiexoi Jtou«'***r 


M'R Tipuh Hnus>»''i I" «i*iiiK’e of iniorinr atvl 


1’ - • ., rt — Mr« k i-H> O. 

n Bntfam. Mi* t' i; (*oir\ .ii»d Mis R. I. Hoi-nr, jjifis: 
Mi« W. Kahov Mis |> |.op<*hm,n'.. bomojup; Min. R. 
K K*pk«i«d Mis. F .t I't'ild coMimri. Nti« T. M, 
M'M'i 'i*!. M‘ s \\ . .1 W.iHp, plaiil**. Mis A R. .Xtoxandor, 
Mt >.r*lMin Roilh and Ntis. (looijjc Clinlon, chlldron’s 
C*f'« and refie«hm<»n«R. M»s R M' Siddal. tafflp. and 
Mis n AUpn , Mis. J. Arnold, Mr<. f>. T. WiHi* and 
Mm U Y fdwaida. 


Krijjlit-Kxed Suliject 

Mr«. Pecpy I’aekard makes a ipjjrk <keteh 
biicht-eyod Naney Kil/patnck av s|ie wat'dir- 
Piinrh held by Mr*;. Gwen Downe-^ ,<ay hello. The 
.sketching and hand puptwls aro only a p.^rt o| 
the gala gallery sh'iw next Saturday. — (Colonist 
photo by Jim Ryan ). 


Getting a head start on the tree 
deeoraling chore i.s thi; 


From left to right, they are Mrs. 
.1. H. firaham, Mrs. Larry Wood. 
Mis. (*hris Pwirman and Mrs. David 
Humniell. The vhoo! b? al«o cele- 
t*rating its .%()lhanniveisaiy this year. 
— (Colonist photo by Bud Kinsman.) 


quartet of 
“old girls” finni St Margaivf’s Si*hoo| 
who are preparing decorations for 
the school's annual Chrislmas hall 
Nov. 28 at the Victoria Golf Club. 


Illusions at l.*>76 Bi.s.senden Road. — (Photo by Jim t 
Ryan.) 


Walking in "through" a living-room wall are 
Anne and Loo Shields, owner of house full of 


House of Fascination 
Hangs Over the Ocean 


Vmi d n«*d a hiigr chmmoy w ith another brother. Timothy, 
•o mnko this Chri«imas wish eight. 

nme inie* jyjjj prodigy." Psi be- 

Pol Molvnr wanls an niBan Ban her musical training at 
»nd Juriginc by ihe w^x stie s the age of seven at the piano, 
xvoikinc on the weekend*^. ghr h.*rame interested in 
•hell have enmiBh money to violin and viola in Victoria 
uiy it tor herself. Mich » nrhool orchestra which 

Pat. Hi. Is the winnei of Ihe she Hliends and worked to 
tirade .Six silvei medal for Ihe fierfecl both instruments. 
hiBhe.'*i maiks in mean music "Tiir only difficulty waa 
in the province. When she ,p;,, left-handed and they 
fmdi .nme time mil from don’t make left-handed 

prsetisinc at t* airfield t.niied string Instruments." ahe 
Church. «he worka in a lr.ithei smiled 

gmKls stme and a gi-iceiy. Two yrara ago. two of her 
Her vecret wish is lo have friends inlevested her in organ 
an orenn in the hnuj-e whii h music .ind Rhe dabbled at It off 
will jiiHl aboul complete the and on on Ihetr electric inatru* 
musical picture as there i.s meni at home, but never took 
alre.iriy a piano, relln. aaxtv |( seriously, 
phone and a tew violins. Choir dirwior. Rodnev Welv 

Her father. Mr H. V. Me- aler at Fairfield United Church 
Ivor la Ihe only one In the suggested that Pal help out 
family who la "luet intore.ste<i ' hy playing at junior choir 
in music. practices in exchange for lea- 

Mrs. Mclvor la a pianist, sons on the church organ and 
aisler Karen, 12. is a cellist the deal proved to be very sue- 
and piani-sl. and her brothers, ressful. This summer she waa 
Michael. tS. who plays a saxo- allernate oreaniat at ih» 


and Mrs. Leo .shields the fad that in reriain pl.ices, 

ovei 


a lot of slopiiig roof 
hsoBs ihp lumse. At metu 
•Mr, .Shielii« swiu-hes on (J'mkI- 
hchis St the ti{i of Ihe ovet- 
harii; and the hving r»<im then 
(ends lo rem*h light out to 
emhisie the dui'k. 

The enifHnre in ilje house 
lm>ks quite oiihiNtox. hut the 
ffont which faivs the vast 
evp.ittsp of tolling orran. la 
enitrelv unique 
I'OINT IN MimM.K 
The llvmK rnnm I.s a re**- 
isngle with ihe front iwo ad 
larrnr coiners rut off. so ihe 
fourth wnll I'lmieH In a prtinl 
in the middle The cut off 
mrneis are |»ave«l patios out- 
side. hui Ihe innf exten'is over 
the xx'hole reclangle. 

The reclangle js 21 feel 
through the gla.ss. you would long, ihe sides ahMui H" and 
only have a short walk before Ihe two aides of Ihe '•p'''ini‘' 
finding yourself falling over 17 feet each, 
a 200 foot cliff and into the In the apex where the two 
cool, mol water below. glasa walls loin. Mr .Shield* 


ovpiiooking Ihe sea at fur 
dova Bay and they are never 
quite sure if thc> are tn it. 
or out of It. 

Thia IS hecaii.*;e Ihe liou-e l-i 
full of cunningly roniru'-d 
npiical Illusions, and at Iim.si 


PAT McIVOR 



20 SailM (Talonisft ViciprU. B.C., 5ap.. Nov. 23. 19SA 


Second Divorce Did It 

Wh Uney Follotvs A stor 
Out of Social Register 


ERSONAI 


ENTION 


1 Old Cilrli ' A<.soiiutiun with a annlver:<ary U^nce 
at the Viriona Golf C lub on KrJ<la>. (iuests will l>p welcomed 
by Mr*. M E. Godxon, lieadmistrcs.'v. and Misi Ruth Jones. 

Many of the quests will enUMlam and bring Urge j>arue.v 
of friends to the dance Among them «m-, 

Mrs. Hugh (Jraham, pre.-Hcnl of the OIil thrls AsstHlnllon. 
and Mr. tirajiam wit) enieitain wilh a lucktaU port), CJuests 
will include: Dr. and Mis. G. HouMon. Mr. and .Mrs. Norman 
GivenlUU. Mr. and Mrs E. Savanmih. Mr. and Mi> G. Had.lon, 


NfW YORK aiPIi The 
Whitney* .seemed (o be follow- 
ing In ihe foolstep.s of the 
Asj^rs mid Ihe Vanderbilts 
out of the New York social 
legistei. 

Kor ihe first lime in iia 71 
year history scKieiy's who’.s 


was tindenio<Tatlr Bui ihe 
Whitney cousinship sil|| makes 
up a sizable bloc in Ihe litlle 
black volume, romirared to ihe 
fhree Aslor listings and Ihtee 
Vanderbilt lislings that have 
managed to survive divorce, 
si-andai and other soi'tal re- 


HONEYSUCKLE 


Hamlcera i 


Ihe aricially supreme Whitney 
clan without being requested 
to do JM>. The 1'J.V.i register, 
Just off Ihe |)re.s.se*. gave the 
gate to Cornelius Vanderbilt 
Whilney. 

'l*he register's mysterious 
"advisory rrommlltee" sppai- 
enily Uninced the mining ty- 
coon turned film piodui'er be- 
rsiise lie dlvorifvi his seennd 
wife to many Mrs. Mary Ifos 
ford, a divorcee he met when 
she wB* playing a role In one 
of his movies. 

Whitney’s cousin. tl.S. sm- 
bn-sador to Bniatn John Hay 
Whilney, asked the register to 
discontinue his listing several 
jears ago becausa he felt it 


was ... a aortl^^^Hn 

f thot It shrub, 

A it seemed to be HP^HH 
heat, 

And it certainlv 
w a an ' t getting. 
to 

So J moved the^*""^^™ 
rocks . . . some roots wer« 
bare. 


There was many a shock In 
Ihe register for sensitive social- 
ites. Barbara Hutton 


Ci-ahtree. Mr. and .Mrs John Graeme. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas 
J aw son. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Burridge. 

Guests of MaJ and M; ; Seymour Pirk will inelude .Mr. 
and Mrs C. MickeUon, Mr. and Mrs. R. E'oley. and Capi. and 
Mr<>. K Purso.iK. 

.Mr. and .Mrs. Terrence O'Giady will attend with !»r and 
Mrs Aihul Sutherland Brown. Mi.s« Peggy O’Gindy and Mr 
H Hanod. and Mr. and Mi> IJo^i McKenzie. 

A foursome will be Mr. and Mis. Sianley Perkin.s with Mr. 


appar- 
ently gave the kl.<u of death to 
Ihe listing of young author 
Philip Van Rensselaer, de- 
scendant of one of New York s 
oldest Dutch clans, Barbara, 
who was dropped years ago. 
travelled aii over Europe and 
Mexico la.st year with Philip, 
and it was widely reported that 
they were thinking of marriage 
despite the fact that he was 
20 years her Junior. 

Rosemary Warhurion, who 
has berm vying with Mrs. 
Thoma.s Bancroft Jr. for the 
title of No. 1 New York hostess, 
failed to get bark Inlo the' 
leglsier by marrying one of iis 
hsiees, poet Hugh Chisholm 
Ji., scion of a Maine paper 
manufacturing family. 

The register dropped Chis- 
holm. although Rosemary wa.s 
once listed In Its page* as Mr*. 
William K. Vanderbilt's deb- 
utante daughter. She made 


(I on me lovs 

Rrnni<» Is general convener, and 
rerri*shmt*nLs including tea in the 
nffemoon and coffee and cookies in 
the evening aie being convened by 
Mrs. M. Wakeham. There will be 
many atiraclive and useful gifts for 
sale a.s well as home rooking, candv. 
aprons, cut flowers and plants and 
sufx'rfluities. 


Pretty little Nancy Vandette is 
mainly inlcicsted m the toy section 
of the tiazaar to be sj>on.sored next 
Saturday. Nov. tfl). by the Guild of 
St George the Martyr in the church 
hall. Miss .Molly Turner, left; Mrs. 
Henry Vandette and Mrs. lo'e Kelly 
are members of the committiv In 
charge of arrangemcnls. Mrs. G. II. 


Then shovolod on earth, A let 
In .some air. 

Nothing much happened , . , 
sonu* inner strife. 

Then alluavaaudden ... It 
leafed Into life. 

A new joy In living It suddenly 
found. 

But I've wished at times, ’twas 
still rock bound. 

Or lhat I'd cut Ms crazy climb. 

As around itself ... it likes to 
twine. 

Coz M's high on top the clothes- 
line pole, 

r guess you could say . . . If* 
oula control. 

I now haven't the heart to stop 


/\o Conflicts Says Doctor 


Hu.<\ Hniituix of h.vrntn 

\ busy ri'Und of wIhI cverus for Mr^ Krank MarKi-— 
Ru«^ week v».i^ •-'imaxcd by the ojK’ning of the annual 
f,ii! of -it Andrew ; Wc.hIcv L'lnirch in the i-nurch hall In Vmi. 
couvi r. .\l: , KiiJh MscLi'an ':=• ompaniH Mi- Ros*. On Tur 
day. Mm Ro-<« will open the annual 'Clmsimai Decorations' 
at t!..- Vat.couvcr Art Gallery. 

On \Vc>li!i‘-w'lii\ . N»iv. JH, the Linulenant-flovcmor will 
s''fOil A lunchcu.. in honor nf Mr. H««.sdrn Raynor, the recently 
appe.;; t.-’d L'l r. ’j! ' Icncral for the I'nitcd Slates in the aoci^ 
suite of the Hotel Vancouver. 


RELIEVES 
Foot Strain_ 
has Mid-Heel 
Flattery! 


finhy Shonor 

.Mrs. Dmglaa While entertained at a baby --hower at her 
home In !ioni-: d Mrs Richatd Itennetr. A drcoratc<l baskei 
held '.'h.‘ many picily gifts. Rrfreshmr^r- were served from a 
ptetniy .inangcd table. The invited quests were Mrs. F. Vital, 
Ml:; W KmniiTiek. Mrs. W. Budd, Mrs. S. Vital. Mrs. Dave 
Fc.G. . M. H. Jones and Ills: Mrs T Cro«.*.|cy. Mrs. T. Ryan 
and Clara. Mrs F.. Taylor and Mrs V. Ij'e 


MONIRt.Al. 'CP* — Dr. the secondary language neisl 
U'lldei Penfield says bilingual he taught at all. ft comes 
patents « an give tJ- ■ chiJilfea to Ihe child." 

command of more than one S7 said he 

language at an eatly age with method" of 

«u. r 'r 7 „ x 

The renowned Montreal brain secundary language and watch 
surgeon told the Women's Ca- for signs of understanding 
nadlan Huh hi-s experience has 

shown nothing psyehningieally Al’IHK.N<'E 

wrong for children t«» begin a ■ "''^'hen the child says the 

second language before the W'ords, it should be given 

first is welMixed. * delighted audience at en 

NOEIKORT 

.. . u , . penfield .s own children 

A child who heat, three picked up the German and 

^ e renen • language nursery 

IlArdK- *u.'9t-a /vf <k_ ....U— ..I * J 


And I'm curious to know, how 
far it will go. 

Its blossoms are scarlet, it 
gives berries as well, 

A delirious fragrance for an 
old-fashioned belle. 

It’s not only climbed high in 
Ihe air, 

But all over a fence ... Its 
trumppi.s blare. 

Ir tried to 
' sprawl over 

Ihe green- 
gla.ss, 

4a propp^ U p 

the mass. 

Now I’ve a I 
IW' . ■ way* thot It 

delicate, nlc# 
after showers, 
And kinds poetic on walls A 


tnutiurnirnf innonnroil 

Mr and Mrs. Cecil W Nicholson of Tofino. B.C 
the engagement of .Margaret Joan to .Mr. John Br 
son of Mr. and Mr-. J. E. Payne. 2192 Cubhon Driv 
The marriage will take place on Saturday Dec. 
o'clock in St. Mary * Anglican Church. Oak Bay, 


Enjoy th« comfort of low 
heels and the charm of mld- 
htel dtalgn in this famous 
Dr Locke shoe. It has helped 
thousands of women to re- 
lieve arch strain. You'll love 
the feel and tha 
flattering looks. 


i isifnr in Toronto 

Verna M Beck, nf Victoria. BC. iS visiting m To- 


bowers; 

But certain varieties are great 
big fakes, 

A* the wood so hard, it makes 
teeth for rakes. 

Ye* . . . the honeysuckle is . . . 
lust full of tricks. 

And a favourite material for 
walking sticks. 

There are over 30 varieties . . , 
-SO the Botanists say. 

.*?watllng wayside thistles, out 
here in Oak Bay. 


to (tupxts at Rvception 

Mr. and .Mrs E. Shelton. 1071 Finlayson. entertained at a 
rcfcprton for .Mr*. Shelton's son and daughter in-Uw Mr. and 
Mr*. James \Villi,»m McGsw who were married recently In B*d- 
lingham. Wash. The hrtde. Ihe former Betty Arlene Home, 
d-iughter nf Mr. and Mr* A. Grant Home. Savannah .Street, 
wore her welding gown for the occasion. Ml.« Merle MeGaw 
who wa.s hndesmaid at the wedding and Mr. Richard Mc(#aw 
who was best man for his brother, as-sisted their mother at 
the reeeption. Pastel toned chrysanthemum* were used to 
decorate the room* and the refreshment table, mvered with a 
lace cloth was centred with a beautiful four-tiered coke, made 
and decorated by the bride's grandmother, Mr*. J. Bowden. 
There were 10 guests. 


iionevm(H)n in Hawaii 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Henry Hunter, who w»-*re 
married recently in St. Marx' s Church. Vancouver. 
K.C., will make their home in V’ictoria when they 
return from Hawaii, where they are spending their 
honeymoon. The bride i.s the former Patricia Dale 
Owen, (liughtcr of Mr. and Mrs. John Scott Owen. 
Vanc'ouvor. and the groom is the .son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Gerald RojsS Hunter, Ten Mile Pomt.—fl'pion 
l\jhliration photo.) 


.Southern BaplLst 
Here for liieek 

5Viuthem Baptist evangelist. 
Rev. Lennard Darbee of 
-Seattle, will eontinue h I s 
nightly meeting.* at the Evan 
gelistic Temple on Blanshard 
Street thla week. 

He wilt conduct meetings 
every week night at 8 pm., 
except Saturday, and at 7.30 
p.m. Sunday. 


Furniture WarehouM 
’Twas the month before Chrlat 
mat . . . Father'! rhalr Is heral 


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^tsl German Styles 
Smart, Inexoensive 


What Price Vanity? 


PARIS tWN.St ■ French suit for marketing, a luncheon 
women who would be truly dress. .i nightie for napping, an 
Lisliionable must change their afternoon dre?-: a c«K-klall 

clothes at lca.*t M llm«w per gown, a dinner dress, an eve. 
day. say Paris couturier*. nlng gown, a/udher negligee 
Lill K-.^-'-icr, a healthy 22 and finally her nightgown, 
year old m"del. iii-d to wc;r "••'■‘"i Ihnt did not include 
the full wardrobe, hut ga\e up ’'P* -:-*! outfit* for riding, 

aficr two weeks becau.*c “hr swimming, tennis, hunting, ski- 
h.id lost five pound.*, ruined '”fJ' cooking and housework." 
her disposition and mls.'^ed 21 adde<l. 
appointment.*. 

l.’pon waking, she slipped i r ' r—'n M '- — 

into a negligee, followed by I 1 I 

br<‘akfa.st pnjama*. a morning I \ /L i 


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NEA\' YORK tl'PH - West seen 
German fashion* ef»mbine the signer 
da.sh of haute couture and the a chi 
price of ready mades. dinnei 

The work of nine designers low il 
wa.s Introduced to the U S. this drapet 
week in a show sponsored by front. 
Lufthansa German Airlines. ^ Por 
.Ninety numbers, including ankle- 
bench anti ski wear, came ; 'phe 
mostly fn>m spring and sum- with |: 
mcr cftllecilon*. prcviewcti to eolfir* 
give Americans an idea of what linens. 
German designers are doing. gion p 
"We hope to show the Pnited pypn 
States we are not .so far behind pvenin 
nr as diab as you tmaglne." st^jr 
said a spokesman for the Ger- pencil 
man Fashion Institute. often 

Prices ranged from $50 lo 
J-Wv but most were in the 

middle bracket- about $60. The 

clothes win be available in the 
United States. ' 

The garments were much 

like those which New York de- 
signers will show come spring. 
Waistline.* were high and the 
empire style predominated. 

U'hen waists were left natural, 
they were kept lo^uie. even 
on otherwise figure - hugging 
■heaths. A 

For daytime, hems were ^ 

■hurt, although not so short as ^ 


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7 30 p.m. Initiations will be 
held. 


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Ilamfraus Getting Ready 


FKANKI IKT, (i«‘riiiany— 'Hilda Kirhlor haa 
h*T husband beraijsi* of his si*ms»» of humor. 
At a party she amrord to play the piano. Hor 
husband. Hans, anmmnrod: “Mv uifo will non try 
to rxpoute soniothinR by (’hopin. When she ha» 
finished, uill obsorxp ono minute of siloiire to 
ask the fornix eness of p<M»r M. Chopin.’* 


RKRLIN (WN.S) — Went 
Berlin's newest and higKesi 
best seller is t "blockade cook- 
book." 


The bor>k is hsse<l on Ber- 
lin's 19-tfl hloi'kadc. It lakes 
a klOhen view of ihai C’om- 
munisl empper, dlshlling culi- 
nary expener.re gained and 


This was roughly the story 
of blockade food. Kverythlng 
they got. complained ihe block 
ades kitchen commandos, had 
been reduced to dei. 


BKKORF: VOl’R NKXT 

HOME PERMANENT 


nmi Ihieats arid lower an- 


Food has changed In Gei- were Justified, as the food hsd 
many since the blockade, and to be airlifted into Ihe city 
the book tells the houscwile But the new cookbook offers 
what to expect, vitamin-wise, some encouragement for an- 
in event of another Commun- other blockade. The food will 
1 st crackdown. be better a better variety and 

Mnsr Berlin hausfraus who tnore ol it 
wield, -d pnij .nri iwni. in hoin conrenlr;ill,m let-h 

Ihe la«l war and Ihe '--<'»n,ed va.Mly ,n 

asree the blockade waa worae P""' bl-’i'kade ,Wade And 
lhan Ihe war- (rom Ihe vie '’■* ''.‘■'"y 

luala vantase pom. "> ""■<>«' 

' ^ against a blockade repeat 

For example, in the Second Finally, thi.s tune Berlin 
World War Berlin hoOsewives Mart ahead and not \*o 

got lots of poiatoe.s Ger h,n,i n In jt}p< The 
many A prime RmwI. But they pjiy food atockplle<l for 'a 
got no potatoes during the Real food not powders, 

blockade, only potato powder. n^t the stockpiled food 
Unless artfully mampuinted would have to he stretchixi. and 
the potato powder ap{>eared on ihe cookbook coache.s its 
Ihe dinner fable as a reaaon- readers on getting calorie 
able facsimile of cement mileage. 


Let Me ProfesMonallv 

''SHAPECUT" 


other bh»ckade on the Ea.si 
West cold war capital, the 
bansfraus of West Berlin are 
ready to march to the ram 
p.irts. 'fhe ramparts in this 
ca.se are ration queques at the 
corner gio«'ery 
t'ome blockajle, Ihe house- 
wives will gel liuie food or 
fuel. The housewives know, 
they have been thiough it all 
before In I'Mk-lf* 

Berlin’s "lers-heat-lhe-Com 
munlsis*' ennkhook is a run' 
awas best seller Jusf now be- 
cau.se jis s«'veresi critics the 
hausiraus, know its the .Me 
Co) 


Your Hair .Simplifying Your Effort 
The Hair l>ength Vnii Fa\ur 


FIRTH OF FORT 


LrominR is fun at Humpty Dumpty 
co-operative play whno) in the Lake 
Hill Women’s Inshlute Hall. Mrs. 
Ethel Lloyrt Jones uses s{K'ciai 


■'clock'’ lo liwh five-yea r-ohls Linda 
FennyhouKh and David John Dark 
how to lell the rime. .Mothers lake 
turns helping at the school. 


8l‘ >f I»M) VtCfihllA Sl’oa ill* 


Yarrow ItiiildliiK 

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Hefty llarmoin 


Announcement . . . 

To Figure-Conscious Women 

The Faniniis 


Stvlish Reds 


RELAX-A-CIZOR 


(The Kasv Way To Keihiee Inches .%! Home) 

WILL s«>ON HK .YXMl.Mtl.E IN' 
l.KrATEK VUTOKIA 

SEE RELAX - A - IT/' *R •ulvcriiwmcnu in c»jrreni 
iKsues of Vogue, Chaim i^lanioor M ulemoisclle. 
(.:osm»|iolitan. t!oronei and MiN'«»ll.>. 


TO BKUSHTKN VOl R . 

^ 'm 

HOME . . . 

Flowers and k>velv 
growing plants bring 
life and chei*r lo the 
room Here we have 
the pUniei'*, the vases and l en- 
frepie»'ps that are modern and 
practical 


Tune 


EMI'I.m'lENT OITOKTI MTIES 

Attractive wnrpen with •mis in«| prcfci iblv with 
.some exiH'rienci- in roniaci Wi:**, the puhiu are 
inviief| lo mukc -iptHuMicin foi t-Piiomiment as 
RELAX A ClZnR KIGI RF I'ONSI I.T.WT'^ . . 

Inirrs’irw. will he !..’•? in Virfoti.i withtn the next 
two weeks 


Flowers 
by wire 


PRAGl’F- 'Reuteisi — The 
. ommcr-ist hk.: « first school 
for mannequins hat been 
•pf*ned in Prague 

Run by A beautiful former 
dancer it is trying lo impnne 
modeling standards in F^stern 
Europe where, so often in the 
paM. mannequins have been 
chosen for their resemblance 
In tvpical customers usually 
plump and house wifely. 

C/:echos|ovakia. closest to 
the West of the Communist 
states, both by iniltural Iradi- 
t|on and historical association, 
has set out to he the fashion 
1 ‘emre of the bloc. Modeling 
here hitherto has been .self- 
taught. 

Tuition in social etiquette 
and in polHirs is Included in 
the «.i\ month course given ar 
the ju-hool. W'omen up to 40 
may enlist 

Pupils spend 2'i monihs 
learning to walk, after which 
a mork fashion .show Is held 
before a Jury which ellmiruites 
pupils with no hope of ever 
making a successful manne 
quin. 

The ehqueiie lessons are 
designed to fit the girls to 
meet diplomats and high offi- 
cials The school is run by ."U 
\earold Mrs Vera Waldhan- 
vwa. who Aiarted to m^vdel 10 
'.ears ago after several yean 
as a ballerina. 

.Mrs W'aldhansova is deaf 
as a result of a childhood acci 
dent, hut she can follow any 
conversation with ease by lip- 
reading. 


AI’I’I.V IN WniTINt; I'lMKIM \TELV TO 
40NLPHINE TAHEK 

Kiilte nurrard Riilldlng. Xam omcr .1. R.C, 


F\' 4-0.5.V» 


MaylN» Pii'as.so wouldn't npprnvc. hut four-yrnr- 
old Teresa I/ivc think.s her pirlure’s pretiy good. 
Resides painting. Teresa and 21 other youngsters 
make play eookles. aet and tell -lories at the 
school. — (rolnni'!l photos i 


iruce 


$661,891 Tender 
Vi ins Seliool Job 


W’ork IS expe<ted to start 
early next month on the new 
Esquimau high school. 

Lutiey Brntheis k Hamil- 
lon were «ucce»»ful tenderers 
with a hid of Sbb4.Rm and the 
contract la now being drawn 
up by the Greater Victoria 
school hoard. 

Five other bids were received, 
ranging from to 

$747,777. 


EASY AND ECONOMICAL TO PREPARE FOR ANY MEAL 
GIVE YOUR BUDGET AND FAMILY A BREAK. 

SERVE DELICIOUS SAUSAGES OFTEN. 


Head Fish 
Normal 
This Year 


Sausage-Economy Brand. 
Deliciously Seasoned, 1-lb. Pkg 


LOS ANGELE.S lAP* If 
you xpfk a girl walking along 
Ihe beach with a fish on her 
head next summer, don't rush 
to the doctor You aien't hav 
Ing hallucinations. She's )usi 
wearing one of the newest 
fashions In beach hal.x. 

Next summer Ihe bathing 
»ult may iv» simple, but the 
things that go with it are 
aitictly nut of this world. 

Consider, for In.stance. a 
beach hat topped hy a life-size 
champagne bottle and a hunch 
of grapes this for the girl 
who likes cocktail parties, of 
course. 

•Mary Had a LlHle Ia»mb" 
Is a white terry cloth beach 
hag with langorou* sheep eves, 
worn with a white “mop top" 
hat made out of a cotton 
mop. 

“Hickory Dickory" Is a 
bright felt beach hag with a 
clock fare, and a hat to match, 
with the clock on the lop ol 
Ihe crown 


Helps Rc-eleeted 
For Second Term 

J. D Helps waa reflected 
Thursday night to serve a se- 
cond two-year term as school 
trustee In .Saanich school dis- 
tnrl M. 

Election, hy acriamallon. was 
at a meeting of ratepayers of 
Ihe unorganized portion of the 
school district in North 
Saanich. 


Sausage-Plump, Tender. 

In Large Casings, 1-lb. Pkg 


Sausage-Beef and Pork. 
Small Casings, 1-lb. Pkg 


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2 Cbrds 1 6 00 

fertilizer sawdust 

2 Units 6 2b 

6 Units ... 18 00 


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MILLWOOD 

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4 Cords $21.00 

Handpicked Dry Fir 
Wood 

1 Cord $10.00 

2 Codrs $19.00 

FIR SAWDUST 

3 Units $19.50 

by blower 

3 Units, bulk, $12.00 

FIR SHAVINGS 
3 Units $9.00 


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and aii*nih«ia. EV 3-)CXi 

DHCSSMARINO. LAOIKS AND 
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FUEL LTD 


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*l'TERApONS REASDNAHI.R. 


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and Ui* Vitiirria Laaa Uoolu't 


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Ja*«lry ang Ml*ar»ara aaiuiu re- 
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daoa In our ahap and tuaran'oim 
for OD« i«ar Paarli and b4«d» 
re*intai Diamond* and sr*i>oo* 
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AKC YOU HECKlViM;"MONTMi.Y 


MAKltiAr.i^:*!* 


Rl'BRtSH JUNE CLEANUP 


UP-fSLAND DRYLAND 
FIR WOOD SALE 
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY 


HAYWARD'S 

e.C ei Nr.HAi. cu L 

^ Er.ABUBURD UB7 

134 MIIUI'LIIIUN KT K 


U AM MAJOR CD LTD. eU.ajl< 
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CHAPLIN'S FUNERAL 
CHAPEL 

Kinrtneaa ■ uria«-* HrrvKe 
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No 1 Dooala* fir uurk bark aUba 
niuad vitn taatda ttMta 


piiiirral •ery.:ri frum M'Cail 
Rrr* Plaral E.in«ral Chao- 1 "fl 
Ucndai No* 3i It lb lb a m 
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ietuieiu IK i‘el«o*Ml Bartai park 


w luig 

nv)rt *0 


patmmu un in* Muanr* uwmm m 21'2 CORDS 


$ 12.00 

SPECIAL BONE DRT 
FIR WOOD SALE 
HAND PICKED 

1 Cord $8,00 

2 Cords $14.00 


u! HU '»'*f*TEl>. 14 MKN AND WOMEN JvT 

“*"“>*• Mra th* adraataa** at *ar '•*' WA?fTR WORK 14 

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• P* Mooda* and >*dl*r*iv*a V\’ 2Mrn nlghii. 

, Slt*«. _ ilAN S4. WANTS ODD JOBS 

>0 5 pm HAIR <TYLI.KT, 5TJLLY GDAU- d*mtmg. gardtntag. |l gg Bb« 
nrd. iO'i (d RMTo r>unmi**i« Ap- E\‘i4lt( 

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Island Fuel Supply Co. 


II I AKI) OF TH.^.\K.S 


ton Motar*, BrougMon St. Prtda*. 
No*. 31 at 7 pm Bpon*o*ad b* 
tba Vietoru BimpBu* SorUI*. 
Woman t Coaimiit** 


FLOKLSTA 


FKMA1.6. 
HFXP WANTED 


SAWDUST 

—COARSE FIR- 

SAWDUST 
DOUBLE SCREENED 
FIR SAWDUST 

Th* B*«i Coarw fir Saaduat la 
tovD D*ii«*r«d Id tvo udit HU. 

Rv Bulk dr Bla**r. 

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uailii and mb niui |>oai-r* ,*• 
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pv*aT» vha •ll•Ari*d anr lai»d 
arie d.ir|i.f her lael lUne** The 
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lli »'»l* to lb*nk mei, (nap* 
friend- and r*Uii**i tor ih*ir 
kind *knr«.iian» id kvtnaath* and 

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eikl ihanke I* Iha len'lemen vha ADoPTliVN Ci»HMITTEB POR IHS- E® 
!■"« *A ’*•» '■‘a' ed Pervmi .Vh1««u Hranrthl 

I- V hi*' con>a:ua »V* N'*d a megiuig on Wadnevdav, "**' 

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WH<IE KU WUCE 
^ BREAifFAST/ , 


ABOUT THOSE 

strange noises,* 


HELLO THERE! 

Mv oome is 

RAY CLARKE 

and t om one of the 
friendly salesmen a t 
Moore • Whitlmqton I 
would like to extend my 
personol invitot'on t o 
drop in ond look over 
our complete stock' of 
bcoutiful 

WASHINGTON 


MOdlY INXtDK WIXfcD WITH 
ilXHK WOOD 

IJ’ I.FNOTK« lA*^ TO iPUT 
AMOUTirLV NO cn>AR 
OOOr> POH ALL-AROUND OIR 

2*2 CORDS S12 00 

3 CORDS $14 00 

Dry Shavings 

2 UNI IS $6 00 

Fir Sawdust | 

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nHieioux chtirinH ^ ri R «m.; channel 4 at 9 .t 5 ; 
i-harim'lA 4 and 7 ai 10 00 ; channel 12 at lO.lS; rhannd 
4 dl lO.tn; channel 5 at 40 . 45 ; channels 5 and 11 at 
h(M»n: chamiel 11 at 

K’ iO p.m-; rhAiimd 11 
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»iih 1 13 at .1.30; channel f^W 


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MUCH fORTHi PRIVILICA. 


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agkiculiural 


p.m Special 
.'tOmimile report on the 
iiov*‘l "Dr. Zhlvnjjii." 
Milk'll Mon the Nohei 
I'li/c for Soviet author 
Rmi.s I'lKicrnak. who 
(lerlined the awaiil al- 
ter hiK govei nment ex- 
pM»(Ked di'<<luin- 7 and 


HARDWARE ! 

$6 00 not choose your 

msra ox hordwore now for thot 
jmTiM. new horrvo^ I will moke' 

f 'o I'St ond kvD 't on tils' 

■UEL (till either you or your 
I contractor wishes t oj 
)PAZ 'order Ouoliiv WASH • 

iNL NtoBT ington cabinet! 

EV 5-1812 HARDWARE will odd 

mony veors of boouty 
and efficiency tn your 
kitchen, sc# wont you 
please come »n ond see 
our displov^ I 

I would like to mentioni 
that in Our hardware de-i 
partnryenf we Still hovel 
a few Schloqe Ornomen-; 
fol grip handles FREE 
with the purchose of O' 
Schloge Key - m • Knob 
lockset A very good 
buy at $7 20 eoch. 

Severol odds ond ends’ 
werp odded to our 

bargain ALLEY'' 

during the week These . 
Items ore o temfic buyj 
ond won't lost long. i 

G E Minntops — A one-| 
piece moulded plostic , 
lominote compo/ghle fi 
Fnrmico ond Arbonte 
Smooth, ffoe • How mo 


, 5 00 Omnibus \ v ' [ V I 

ptomi-ics an cntoiTain- I 

Hit! hour 'The So i < yT \ i 

f.iUed Human Rn»'e' a ^ 

x[MH*f nn psychiatry by ^ \ / yJ i 

A.illiirH| author Ornrge \ \ 

5 1.1 MijhIc to Re- ^ 

ti OO — Tlie ScHMire ' - * 

member with .Inhn Dnnbar fi. 

Sciies has a winner tonlRhl with T*he Stranfie Caa* 
i>r the (‘oHmir Raj.s it drew good reviews at first 
shiiwing last >edt 1 

fi .40 Twi'MiM'ih Ontiirv' traces the rise and fall 
i»f Argentine dictatur Juon Peinn and his wife. Evlt« 


SOMETIMES I 
MEET EVEN MORE 
^ GIRLS THAN THAT. 


THAT 3 

RIGHT. 


WHAT'S PAR 
FOR TH '3 . 
COURSE, L 
MR. 

ABERNATHY? 


SOO K*l .*NiilhVHn has the Reiyo/ka Russian Folk 
lMn«-i>r« all girls, singer Kaihrsn Grayson and comle 
Hcih Shmier 2 . 7 and 12 ; .Steve Allen hosts actress 
t'lauilcMe ('olheit, singer Carol Hughes and actor 
Jackie t’«mpn. 

9 00 Dirtiih .Shore salutes the U.S. Thanksglvlnf 
with husband <H*oige Monig«>tnery. actor Maurice 
Kvaiis and Roy Rogeis nod Dale Fvans 4 . 

lii.'kl (’nmic-ptanis- Virior Borge joins the regular 
panel on What's My Line'* 7 . 


BONE-DRY 

Fir Millwood 


P*"a »•* 

soa ruAOuk IT' un^bi 

1 Cord $8 50 

2 Cords .^...$16 00 


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LSannri t 


SPECIAL 1 CORD SALE 


Suiulav's Sptirls 


■mT^iinTgr tJT.hq' 


and splosh-bock Hlim- 
motes the need for mr-tol 
mouldings Yes. o nne- 
p'Cee counter tnpp.ng 


and *Ui>' ImatrdUi* iii'.n'r. 

1 CORD S /OO 

2 CORDS . - S1200 

3 COSDd. BONE DRY. 2 rt i:l 


11011 am Pro fooihalt. L*is .ngeles Rama vt. 
RiTltimnic Colts at Kaltimoie 7 and 12 . 

11 . To Pro haskeihall. .SI. l,x)uia Hawks vs. Clil* 
cinmiil Rovala at Cinnnnaiti 1 

200 pm rnllegr foniball. filmed look at yeater* 
d;iN .H game betiseen I'niversity of Washington and 
W.iHhinglnn .Stale Cnlleep h. 

3 30 Roller Dethy, Hollywood Ravens vs. New 
York rhief<» at New Yoik 5 . 

4 00 College football, same at 2,00 pm. listing 
lor < it.Tnnel 5 1 . 

4 30 Bow ling. J-jtiher Woods June Knstoff hi 


HILLCRESTFUEL ond solosh-bock 22 

piece* m str>ck lenaths 
from 30" to 72" M .re 
thon 75^0 off the regular 
price'* $2 25 per run- 
nmq foot. 

Alya G E Monotop c*^r- 
ner^, complete, S25 

eoch A reol buy. 

And the some material 
m sheets 2x8 2x6 4x4 
4*6 ond 4x8 Mony 
colors and pofterns 
While thev lost — extra 
special at 55c per sg ft 

Storlighf Tile Bngrd ' 
4 x 8 sheets, morked o<f, 
TIT PANDoiiA PHONE EV «' 3 i 4 T m 4 '* squorcs Severol, 

nice colours. Per sq. ft 
35c. 

And OS usuol. o gnod 
selection of odd doors 
plywoods, cold frome 
tnmfdiiit* sosh, ook ponellmg. etc , 
etc. • 

?S,.u SPECIAL! i 

i'I’lTkiv Common lumber shorts 
Ix6 T&G, 4-fc>ot lengths. 
6c eoch, 5- foot lengths^ 
8c eoch, 6-foot lengths, 
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12.30 pm ■ Wife vs. .Sevietary (1936 comedy), 
Clai k Gable . 3 . 

2 00 Vienna Walt/es <Kngliah romanre), Anton 
WalhtiNik 11 . 

^ 2.30 Return to Treasure Island ( 19 S 4 adventure), 
T.ib Hunter 4 ; Man Ah#>ul Town 1947 French ro* 
maneei. Maiiiii'e Chevalier 7 ; Slightly French <1949 
muxual pomi-rlv*. Don Amerhe 12 . 

• ton Tuiiles of Tahiti <1942 comedy), Chariee 
Laughton 13 . 

4 30 F'*K»r Little Rich Girl il 93 fi drama), Shirley 


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I 700 .lane Kyre ' 19 H drama) Onwm Welle«— 6 . 

7.30 Chasing yesier'*ay ( 19 . 3.5 drama), Ann 
.‘Shirley 1 . 3 . 

900 guiet Woman <1949 English drama). Derek 
I Rond 1 . 1 . 

10.30 Night of ihe Hunter < 19 » diamai. Shelley 
Winters 4 : Dark Hazard ' 19.34 drama). Edward G. 
Robinson 11 . 

10 . 3.5 Third Finger. Left Hand <1940 comedy). 
Myina 1 -ny \ 

10 13 .lane Eyre 'Aee 7 00 pm. Iisting)^ 12 . 

1 M .5 An Act of Murder 11948 dramai. FredrIe 
Mairli 2 ; Junior Miss (1945 comedy), Peggy Ann 
Garner fi. 

i\lon(lav's Hi^hlivhts 

fi on p.m. -Grey Cup Preview with Hatnea Fay aa 
host 12 . 

8 00 Wayne and .^busier turn their talenta tn 
making television westerns less violent, and Johnny 
Chan solves the Hula Hoop Murders 2 and fi. 

9 00 Voire of Firestone relehrates Its . 30 th anni- 
versary with an all opera program - 5 ; William Rendix 
siais in a science fiction play on the Desilu Play- 
hou>>e 7 . 

Monday’s Movies 

yy’esietns (’hannel 2 at 1.00 p.m.; channel 13 at 
115 ; channel 12 at 5 . 10 ; channel 4 at fi. 30 ; channel IS 
at 1 30 a m. Tuesday. 

9.30 am 1 Am the Law <1938 mystery), EdwanI 


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KEINTEMAN AND NORORDMER KaatHman Rd. aNMM EV >441* 
PiAbd*. na* ibS bMd. far tak ar MARCONI Tv i an ir- xai-utr/i 
rmi murnrmrn ai 9bW DaiMlat ' Jmh M?Jd 

dbf ar ana atanHw Tmna*aria , JT, pjEa ' X^tan. !• 

Iloa praa.dad Rkchaalva amhu ' - 

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FOR RALE 
heaUa SIM Ol. 


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It MISCEI.LAXEOl'S for'W SIlSCEM-AVEOl'S for t2 MISCELLANe6i*S for 


THE BAY^S 

-^ ■■--■U S£ D- - 

APPLIANCES 

Are 

Reconditioned 
And Guaranteed 

Radio- Phono 
Combinottons 


rHtUf>« flAOlO «n4 
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vncmo 4J- rAKIKIT COWSOI 1 
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n USED APPLIANCES 

r»7i •pinriSM- a7 ^ TT 

NCES .7." .$179 95 

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■ioned $29 95 

ranteed 54995 

$69 95 

, CRttAinaitAh RaAio COC 

R'lord rui»!« trim 

•"< ^'iTMS 170 


SAIP — » - ■* — - 

_ CAMARtlS mu PACTOR «tKO 

*r« tn<t htna. thoUiAlr pru» AU«' 

VAX AC Cnr/*IAI '*«•* JUft I 

XAAAS SPECIAL R«RWAK KITTBN 8 to good 

Au«i^t KV 4-7Ha 

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TABl.SWAnt hPT R*i II* |$ Mair RV 

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$]0 44 ***' ****"' OH8-38U 


d & d tire ltd 

$49 95 '*f*roRU DUNCAN 

CAO OC THICYCLC. ].* YKARa. BABY 

^07.7 J VV4-M*> 

*® $25 • TILT.AnBOUR 8 A*. n« PH 


■ TILT-ARBaUR 8 AW. »« PH 

cR 7-17*4 

MiSNOR UABHINU MACHtNK 
PbM>« K«a«in« i:$R 


Lofge Assortmenl 
USED RANGES 


IMALB BLAiX LABRADOR. • 

' maoihf nn l-ilM 

YKLU)W $tAl.K tUTNHK AND; 
taer l><r «al>- ITV . ' 

DAClISMI'Nn F( TPIK.S PI.ILA.->k ' 

■•SYUKAOLD Prp!« MAl.r *5 ‘ 
l<*n)ak 81 A\ $->4«3i 

TlIRKE BUIXWB8 POR BALK 
Ph-<n>> OH 

BOnON PAMALC 9 VRA OLD 
.mall ‘ua qr I i}a* 


CAR.«l FOR SALE 


OLSON 


SHOW STOPPERS 

QUALITY 
LIKE NEW 
USED CARS 


'IM TARS FOB ^AfJ! j 

I 

MORRISON 
FOR MORE! ' 

More Car for Your 
Money! 

MORE TRADE-IN 
MONEY FOR YOUR 
CAR' 


CARS FOR SALE >100 CARS FOR SAf.B 


’WHBft I'HAtR IK OOOD CON- 

n.M<vr II : P,>Mrr Kratt.-i ITAR nrOINTKiiKO OtliUAS BHOKT 


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nri, XVI.(M0 


r.'iirj' ^ ELECTRIC 74» bisocuia 


BA$TRS44T BLOND! COBBOt F alLVBJ 

rnerd ctwarrr *» 8o»n «*#»' 

*7 month 

rmsHOLM Hi-ri mm p«r « 

SnV "comb, HAT, ON ra;'.:;, handbag -v;.: 

and »hi>M aa«a ri>rai«ar a in 

] *nr«(i autamaiu rlianarf IIM PPDA DC 

rtrrrwooo ne lux* BLONOt iM-r7~\,r\j iw 

*® ’ <ao>na, On'* tliO Wi ac« »u«inlMif |n me teoatin'e 
VIKrXO RADIO COMB IU> I) hanAoec and »uoii- 

1$ 4«wn t$ month * " *Nrli ptofr-aieoaiit at>nt and 

(uaitotfed *' ' 

Woshers lOHNICOM 

AMC^D. LOXK LEATHER GOODS LTD ' 



A* la W*«beia . la at i ,i- • 


dlLVBIt uruv obnoron baby 

tHiev* lie •JR7.9]<7 


WOMAN'S WHIT! TL'BI BKATIB 


Ttto Nints ni;ri 

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haxi I painter pup* Oft *•47*7 

CAKARITB BINOLK8 AND HKN8 
good loiuf «ud M>na r$' )-t5}b 


ktum* Rea-nnanIe fVJ-JIJi 

91 riiU'K.s. Fori.iiiv. 
AM) SI 


Regordless of cloims big CAR' 

or small— -No one .ynder 
sells Olson Motors 

Finest quality used cors 46 Meaur"^ $175 
(guaranteed) ohbvroltt »eaan 

D0DU8 r»>up* Ttiu t* 


SALE 

PRE - XMAS 
SALE 

AT 

VICTORIA 
DODGE- 
DE SOTO 


THLS 
WEEK'S 
TOP BUYS 
AT 

EMPRESS 

MOTORS 


CHKVROLrr Badan 


MIS( KIJ.ANKOl.S 
W.AVTKI) 


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ADELPHI BOOK SHOP 

t -.174* 

f ' V AM» «l:l.,.*l %MI MA«, 


•UM$A LEATHER GOODS LTD •"uh*'* 

fuo as •>*. madbnmda radt-aa. fu*< * 

t,9, Daudlaa Bt *Oam'**ta Kalaoa* i*ii- ar’>'iiu*r* e-i i.tii' 


rmcKINB. Il» LIFT PftCBH 
iilien (0 crd«f. |t each CaU 
' «»Si Krating 

SVA.MLU > LJVb lUML A.M< 
ixaMaetl tu0 prn.M. M«gtn«0 41 
vwu> ula<-4 UKaUaTiA UH 9 JV9 

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(IR t-4U6 

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try Virluiia IWiry tV »u»l 


s.. ;;r.d,na„??- .ux 49 $345 

tTuwdrr"** $ 1 899 49 PLYMOUTH Beiian CO7C 

ey PLVMOLTH B«lat<. Bea<. >- „ ^ 

UO lui Of Lute V-l full «u*- 47 ‘ SaCan 

am equipped. *m>ri ;«p Healer -aiUMJ 

irr " $1799 49 ;?:;;,‘“^ $395 


CX PONTIAC BedaP JQOU^^MO•^IX 

ten iqlie me.ic Da'ibtni 


>*n iqlie (letic ma'ibtni 

• it'iii HaQoiut e aiqde’ 

$1699 


JHA tiet- i.guii «|M Pliaf.t OR #-40#7 


Bedai- Heatrr 

$1699 50?'S.r.7J„ $595 

52 HCnnON Radis 5x05 

Guoronteed 1 Yeor 52 ^a^kr 

In Writing r.,, $745 

.CTDOIKm Hcde- A ■ 5 \ 

-''•'.Iran mp «uaUi| «a' nejiee 3)/VD 

’ $997 52 $395 

cn >M>DOr lUHax A'.nr..r et 51 $705 

m ■ > »>, d# . .*r ^'7/ Cl RCJCK Beda<. $ft05 

Cl MFRCT'RV Se-iaq C. n • ’ D»nat..'* beater ^07J 

^ ' miiPiKhnut ((unlart . t* 

l.ir't.dv-”** $497 ON MONTHLY PAY- 

The above cars ore MENTS UNTIL NEXT 
honest fv presented' YEAR ON OUR EASY 
Plomly pnce-loqQcd TERMS. 


$195 WE ARE GOING TO OfV\AI 

SELL 40 CAR 


$345 the'.-i 

$375 7 DAYS 54 HiiiMi 

$345 

J395 YOU CAN BUY A 54 

$595 1956 DODGE 53 

$595 “ 53:'T'" 


SMALL CARS- 
BIG VALUES 


6 HtU.UAN hiauao COQ/i 
Waean nreen !>V04 


HtlXUAN hiauao 
Waion ureen 

HlItMA^ B at ion 
WagdB ureen 

HIUMAN Bedan 


$695 


Fridges 


• Moorte TO cHooBt 

Alt Bale Prired 


YOU LL SAVE 


UAKTun »•. X*, riAl 

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((• ■ u'ltahU Aftei A p m . «iii 
f\ J •77P 


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ri AIF hqi.hiiic N..* SI Kratina ,M.O 

• nie'» ^ 


nn sate prirefl A„d f*em a i-ubi, 

•eiettii-n a< {utoitura ana apii> !' Bant 

Ranoes •“»** •= IATON* li ri*!"'*" |>.| tat a l3-*e. 

^ liefle.jfi (ieuaiAmpn %7<i Urnugh *•*' r»a*«HBeir 

VIMMI Al TOMATIt' OAX RAVi.'' '*'® opp**-ia iba Coacb PI* ' - '<•' iiaeti. kV; 

vindaa e«en lilsti *•“•* 0»val m m-y HAND 

Mt CI.AR Y COTTAOC r«..ar- i and macltliiea 

rtrcTRic lay eg -y [IA"r/'\)vI 1" **“> 

MfCl.ARV DK lUXK 4" tl K*. I . C/A I VjIN C-L/ 

TRIC, mndea aiert ,■,!.* a.T. WNSTFU 4 NMAIL WAI.M 7 

"’■lie IHS CANADA LTD. . t< <a>u. f ./ 

MOITAT CliCTHIC nA.S(iH f* lat-te 

OIL BL'RNIR RAMtK Il»a4 -'<-91 j < . <u-»l K\ 


LIVKS'XXK A.M> 

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• .non IttlKP PIANO WANTFD A 

4T.ri»tfti«. i.n (■, a i;-te*t-a.a .AHAMP PONl RANCH US* AO- 

Muat be leri rrq.«ttaCir 1 a>b >it*ali Rd Horx- aiMl oviate* let 

n»..i . -- i(»i ttarti I’*' *■' r**"** da*, luii n. 

• > ultiiiti- in Wreieiu itnina 

Ml WANT TO m'Y HAND AM) t,i-:4< and pome* fw taU %ell 

ra..ar- i ^11- and macliliiea lia.i* braaeu and trauird for aho» rii.g 

i--i> and <*11 ,114 i>»*efi.m*ni K\ . i.*'-. 

* Hitl-iTKlS sTKKRt ,t Mi>'.'lllS 

WNSTFU 4 NMAI L WAI.M T niN -.1 I'-* ;,.' • j,..., 

....a.u, f 7 1., .1. }.... J. }| 


K>RO Sedan 
Healrr 

nirvMonii.B 

Besa.i .. 

RVICK Bedao 
P«nal.«* beater 


$1300 

nil A IOP CONDITION CAR 

1 955 DODGE 

AN ■ OW AS 

$1100 

ALSO TOP CONOmON CAR 


CO HIUAIAN Sedan 
Oteeu 

CO AimiN Sedan 

U*J Biua 


$795 

$795 

$695 

$695 


CC VACXHAU. Creata B e d * fi 
T*v looa e 1 aOC 


Qailii Cnlimtfft 25 

Sunday, Navambar 2J, ItSS 
100 ( ARS FOR 8AI.E 


NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 
On Approved 
Credit 


56 Volkswagen 

LekUier .rala riamm rarlM. 
POLL PRiCB It M« 

$65 per month 
55 VolkswoQC'1 

One aaoer 7.,. mitea*t 


55 Consul 

One oburr «Mie vatia 
^'Li. PRiL't ll.cn 

$52 per month 
53 Ford Sedon 

Rama and nraier 
ft IL PHkC IMS 

$49 per month 
50 Ford Club Coupe 

S-C'r Otetdrita, Radio 
ri tx PKICB »M>S 

$32 per month 


... $795 $1100 

$895 TOP roNomoN 

I I $795 1948 PONTIAC 

*QQC SEDAN. AITTOMATIC T 
^07 J ^ 1 rn 


C 4 VAi XHALL 
•'^Ve.o* De..fe _ 

C^ VACXHAU. 

Sedan Oreen 

CC BEDfORD Panel 

Red 


SEDAN. AITTOMATIC TRASR 

$150 

MANY '49 TO '56 
CARS ON THE 
BLOCK! 


$ 1 aOC UTX PKICB »M>S 

1495 $32 per month 

$1 195 49 Monorch Sedan 

Radtq Hraier 

CaOC ♦‘^'-1 PRICE *3*5 

$495 $22 per month 

$895 47 Mercury Sedan 

\»'* Clean Car 
P1M.L PRICE (3JS 

tmriToH $18 per month 


All Cors Winterized 518 per month 
ot Empress -Trade 


now for sofe winter 
driving 


NAttRAl WiiOU HOsylf.-R MT- v:CD*KIA rHAi*lSu 


R tCO NDinoWBO 
ANTtED Fr«m 


HUDSON'S BAY 
COMPANY 

Apnllanre Den* 3rd FiW.r 


UNIVERBAL VArUTM 
MAd«t Jet aa (nnd roi.a.. nn 
ati atiarbtrenti. gjg na«re>i 
alter |V » 4tt* 


WARDKivRf: 1 • t >..a| ui<ti 

Ur*e m,rt*e dra«M>r aiat aru-ir. 

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H'>. All Jrwn 4.><alt.a. hi<' r *' • 
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|2 a*m>an a be»«h «>a>k>i>n 

rwA .cmCulMol. ...I 

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run* r*iT»’t • IHB.I'' >. ti V- 't. I 

inmK, lardr *'< 'uusiit «(.>* ■<•> 
Stum U loj* Ihiiia* R.i f.V 1 W:m 


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an. e^l•rui^ll laic.e mii l-v- 

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MS 57 <‘he*' • rf.r .4 .nan •.qit .*1. 

nea.|< »aiiium riiBfi*. (um.ite' 
t A \y '•!' e 'L*4 


Y«>r* Me >iu> «r > naiM and ap 
• .* M> t'Nine EV --AIN1 


Mi sa rAti.MfR A AMT, 

57* *i.Ma l*Th4ie anitime. UKSSBcl 


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drai.r* 

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mclal FV : <4 

HVNOITTr WOnOMOVl HAU 
tiahii. tire-aer heai>r-( pad • rr 
l•nc|^■ I.aree a-*r*r'm*.ti t.7 i«- 


BEER ROTTLB8 V1BTA, 

.*iit » .tc up boti CV J n>4‘ Voi’N' 

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H, tU'MAXI.Ji euii V A^M - 

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fVSUc’ 


MAY SV1R P4U( PHONE aij-i. 

^ die* I 


Wide open till 9'30 p m cc 
for your convenience. 


VOl’Ni. pro- IP BK"* 111 w 
>]- * lui* ;i«0 Baer He. 


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k. . .M V, 

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V,*' • t-j an,, Brimud itH • .tAia 

fMHUt wnou AND COAL HAND, 
*, '■ ?a f J ” pee|i trrrtr Kraiu,, 
■til < • VtrfniiB Pt- • Bm It.. 

UASrEh U«tO DIMPIJIX Hf-Ar 


KEI.VIKAiuR REFRIOBRAtOR 
T-e-i fl, *74 (teant 4lr«**fr ••‘n Dli, 
piirrer * 1 * «.ne*t c-i •**" 

dtavrri *!*. muhen *anle *4 

arourbt nan lc;e dm% it 4'^> 

IV J 4*17 ^ 


II. .nut l<u.|* atid albers Trit»>.e iiH 7 TOTJ 
DaCrr *V 4-1744 

BVIVU. UAK r.NDLLR.^ MADE Vr/Vp;**'- 

■tr il ilraaei* an 1 >■>*•'*< « I't 

...u» T.6 Hou. J piict.-i AASItlt MoItf.Kv TUXEIXJ 

.atiie 44 f.V 1 aMP ’•■' ,‘noti- *V J-» 4a 

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PI IIKtSKn, -If. K.'f V ilKiMIt 

11. » .'I •••(.» I.tl 1 1I'*I 

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l*cir «*it -.i.-iM ,*r«»u r'V ^ ..VI 

IMS t .^K.S M7K ’ 


NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 

' ti A>‘:'njsrd Crfulc 


OLSON 

MOTORS 

USED CAR 

supermarket 

DAYLIGHT BRIGHT 
Wi4 VATtS -ST 
EV4 1 147 


tHSknuirr e 

i Uoui Haa'et 

• HBvnuLirr ftaca.. 

ahii F 

hH.fT 5 

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. ana liratr. 4* 
fXjRU Ac..a» e 

Pa.; •• and hea *• » 

V,rri4jR 3 l>«nr F 

Ka'llii at 4 beaiar ^ 


$1495 All Top Condition 
j^^'^^Toof With Worronty. 

cVToc NO REASONABLE 

: :: offers refused 


PUCK Bagai. 


RUCK HardUcp 


$2895 

Urnallb* 

$3195 


$1495 

$1495 

$1445 


55 Buick Hardtop 

■ '• ci.M radio lutrn* 

Full Price $1995 

56 Ford Custorriline 

Heater and tgrtr *iBnala 

Full Price $1695 
AM Cars Winterized 


C7 PO^TIV■ Hir<r»o Auinmat : 

$2595 


55 $1245 No Down payment 57 

56 m«ii»..- $1495 on Approved Credit »il.“ 

54 '3 trade up trade ^6 

r-.. $1545 down 56--^,‘-:. 

and $1595 yvg Qfg going to sell 


FUMIAC T»0 Dope Be»a 

sr $219 


IDS n AC Co..:*e 
Radia •larqamae 


a .Vean ecu* 


r.i.STlAC Ta. 
Di<ar XeBan preen 


UMi HL'ihlV J.S4-H WuODEN 


CUSTOM MAUI TWIN HEDk 
•itr a* titled inaUre>«e. duir.-e » " 
auiie turner ladle d*'* teirphane *"** 
•land «i,b lama rug and ler ,.u,, 

baby tenda IV * Md« 


DlSfriTE NfCr MAPI, 
ira.Mllr ma.tc.ne Jtru-ni" ri.r’-iu 
ranar wntMnd ma. nuu ewr ; 4i. 
ar>.ir|ir tqi4e tlr>k i l^.i 
raiwcrri WItf ft aignj l.aa. > 

L.-e 'utie* YX 

Wt.NTSXIEB YOL'ft I«W EH MOW 
•f ar 4-evcle eoama* a«'.> 
hauleil BlAdd «bar|/eneit ae>* 
PN, Vtrtaru'a Bereice reau# a 
L ean Mnaer He.pital Ltc C>*r- 
Braad an4 Cormarant BV ).$Vj3 

BTOP’ tra UNBEUBVAUiX 
Grade A lutkev l*-ift hm tar 
Grade A Turde»a. *1* to* *4. 
A;, MttU eiiraftawd a.id nten 
"••IT ^Hifbbai Super Matbe; 
CnlantMl Cdrnera UR 


ne«t ic, i4|..i.'.'i' ticiu .. .. 3 pact S-i. ti'fi* 
anie *4 -''* '*a,e' A>. in aA.ur riir.iii;io(> 

H«% IT »■**» •t*'' 

: ph-ck vku.ow a.nu oriy 

REDk fh****!* *tt»|e toaiH rw’cprr .cat. 
dui.'-e $ " *<*•<,* *>*•, uo 3 

eiephahe «•*•" *10 fV«-*3Jl 

nd ,»;■ (-muj* CIM'OMK CAR BEAT 

iKlMt b,'e>i>ait>a uk new 

elrea i'ue-artl ..laM •:io(i. 

ri.r"iu KV .•-:.,** 


itKJl* UIL STOVE COMPLTtJ 

VV, 4.1. Ha.M;--!. 

AS, Lit MoItf.K-* TUXEIXJ '* t;*"' ‘ 

r 44 >a.i friot,. rvj-»'$a * 

A) M iciaic % J411 

1M> t'H.VI,: t;<Biti bi>l<I|i Mf"r ' >.|«c, 

n V.. I -UI IS. 1 . • IV • Oa Vi n . . 

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i 'l., .iia la BV 4 t74J il iiaaer > 1 -o 


CZ mrVROLTT Betia Ra<li-> ’ 

SI595 40 CARS 

0..ar*n<eed fo' y.*.- P-.. r . . an CX Mt tfoR Be- ao $ 1 70*s 

SMALL CARS 56;r -- "7 

A- ' ... c 1 r Sn Vlrciif* tiaat. .a ar SI/VD • 


PtJNTIAf Hard 
'pp Beil* 


$2195 
$1995 ‘■I' 
$2)50 ; 
$1595 
$1395 “ 


ENSIGN 

MOTORS 

Llovdwogen Borgword 

AAltP FtHYICE PARTS 

2017 QUADRA ST. 

orPOSlTE eWHUXO RlSIt 
OPI.N KVES PHONK KV » *(1| 


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t«' FV4IU7 

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Conodion Cors 

»» BCVK S’ per tlarcrip *; 4M 
$3 CADIU-AC 43' Redan ISAM 
37 METXtm Suiata . II *03 
34 VKrn.R Rpdan », 3M 

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6} CHKV Da L'tae II OM 


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loan open frMaea till I Kent a EV 4-3XM , __ _ 

Ltd KV3-7IA4 . PIRRI t'l.ASR 1M BA8S NriHNCR 

-- I DLLE HIAVT WINTER OVER- m.or.i.nh and 1 aae IV j.gTfJ 

ATTTNTIOK HUNTERS *?•' •»♦•* “ • P**rvt lariai , a.ter 13 noni. 

Busktaouat lar I'l irm iritr-k and '>*i'>ri> •haver Remiiaa-un 3,1 lur 

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RADIO HfATlR TURN IN- 


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t* A'." A i. Vac:uard~*l Mirtia 
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$3 M«in- M Hir.mai. -64 HeaMy 
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33 A.aaiiii Sparta Ca'.ier'ible 
a* Hiiiman Caa«4ri|ti a 

NO money down 

PRYOn TERMS AV VIIARIJI 
IST PAVMF.ST IN 3ANLARY 
UP TO 74 3IOfmW TO PAT 
Ai. E4<|iiii«« Teimac .Service • 

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‘ f Wiu. <'a..l.ae.M e ' 

; TELMAC 

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MOTOR V»ARK»T 
• 44 Far' - tv 3 $441 
Opea Udui I g m 


7 DAYS 


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;.e..er* $1495 


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TRUCKS TOO' 

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LTD 

’*’' 940 Yotes EV 3-1108 


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MOTORS LTD 

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Soles - Service • Ports 

• ap: ^V RAT’ 

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Quick storts on 
Winter Mornings 
with on Empress 


Dodge-De Soto Motors' wmrerized 
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$1795 IT JUST MAKES 
GOOD SENSE TO 
DEAL AT 

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tress SPEEDWAY 

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1061 Yotes Street 
EV 4-7 1 97 


CT UKTEOR Rioraa Ner<‘*-p 

A.-i.ma..- ta.;... p..»ar 

$2495 


COMPARE 
THE CAR 
COMPARE 
THE PRICE 


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. $2095 

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•jy Autome'i. ^lOOS 

t»aio areea . . -P I FTJ 


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t»4u> green . . -P • T 

^ SA MONAHtll Udan A-.-..ii.- .. TRUCKS 

DP radl". pa»er '-'V-,rvJ 

SIXL- ^2 MincVRV I’anej $45Q 

ICE 53 ;; 2 rq""^'« 55 VOU;;vrAGE.N PK- 3 up WHh 

— T;;rqa,u..n, $M95 

am heitan C7 CHEVROLET Tat Oaar V* S5 '<’>*«4WACEH Winoa* Vap. 

$ 1 095 v;;;. $2195 ’r'.’J !!.'!" $ 1 395 

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$ 1Q0«\ ■•HEVRni.rT De l-..e Tbf •.'> Fonc 

lOTU *J-J Do«r Sedan $1695 — ^«jYO 


56 «««.« . .w $1695 

54 BITm ao-cr. HT. AT. 

$1795 

- %U95 

5“^ FORD 3 Oonr Hardtop. 

r:-'. $1195 

Rv ICK 4 Drw Bedan A T R. 

L'r . $1195 


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Ay'«n,ati< C1AOC 


C/L PTVDXRAKkR COMMANURK 
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CO CHRYBIPR 

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railia 

5^ PgRD Sedan 


Mil lAtVB 
TGF SHAPE 


$1895 51 $575 


MONARCH Bedan A .-mi 

IT- $13 


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Bcen/Maual 

-.$395 


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TOP CONOiriUN $1095 51 
50 $595 eyvot.**?:*''*" 


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HEArbR •*' 5/ H«dm brat»f, 

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$795 53 

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COXQ Oo ram 

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etc 54 CHEVROLET 

$75 Sedan Grey 

^$495 53 Sr“.!JT 

$1495 54J?A; 
$995 


SPEEDWAY 

MOTORS 

$1295 youR 

Volkswagen 

^ DEALER 

Open Evenings Till 9 

. 951 Yates EV 5-2415 


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MIDTOWN 

AUTO SALES LTD. 


OVERSEAS 
CARS LTD. 

SAin AND RKRVtCB FOR 

FIAT $1498 

COMPLETELY KOUtl'FLD 


WEEKEND SPECIALS 

cc MgrtOK HVATER SLAT 
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MU-rAOE ^Ijyj 

Cl PORD TinOHE, HEATER. 
UJ WHITB-WAta <OOQ 

TIREM AUTOMATIC 
AO MONARCH HEAT- C*JQt; 
ER VERY CLEAN 50TJ 


$245 comfortoble this 

lALS 52~??'fr''‘ $975 


CO AUSTIN Snmerm 
•J^ JIrdaa 


$695 


COMMERCIAL 


for on Empress' 
Motors' winterized 


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frteter. Hallleraftera radia decora- "••*• ll»*. aril |« a.iru 


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kind* Aieci aquaria, pianu, »up- ^ Othata • * EnalMb O* Luie Mndel .. 

phra luiaeti prtcet Came and ^2 FOtJtSWAOE.V O 


AtrrOMATIC IRONKTt. APART- SflAI. sIl'iRTIR rT.AT ?•'*’* |jja*ai pricea Came and 

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OH 7>3»4« 


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- - excellent office nafe“"**‘*’‘ 

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• 10, Urga rouad mirror 1*4 Fled *V 3-1*33 CKC (veraian tbeplierd* Only gi Meieae Sedan 

raa» luiu. errata. 6*3 Rartia earn uninvaar n.. . J«alr» leM OepuaH*ii, hold unul « ford, all n*» tlraa 


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..$1599 

Ot.e v»iiar. 

$1399 


raa» Itiiu. cream. 6*3 llartia earn uoirma n.i > . jmair. len irepuai, hold unui 4* Ford, all n*» tlraa itg! 

Mnattan MB EVJ-6711 MOUTON FUlX LENrtTH FUR ChrUlmaa Mr» Pitardrau phana «g Aimin A-40 334 

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ft"d* l«ia.*m,“^ndeV^^^ \Z •'» 2. «* i»«n^Rd * EV .-2*7T J"" $299 VOLVO DEALER 

*■ * T < " *. T r > r „ uv n, *' ~r“nSii“3,.r‘7«'L';.r,- ! ”595 

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57 

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r;-, "r" *$'^d95 

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US5 Su, .. $1099 brothers 

»-«' tom radl- heater 3»34y glQ JohnSOO EV 3-6 I 13 


ENGLISH CARS 
54 $895 

50 «O^KUI OXFORD 5495 

City Centre Parking ^ 

SALES & SERVICE I 

RUnahard and Cormofant 
Phoew EV ***13 or EV 34IS 

HORWOOD ! 


erv THAMES '.-loa 

Panel 

CA AUSTIN Etpieaa 
■Jv aith raitoBT 
C7 TNAME3I 
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$295 

$395 53 $995 

^’5 53 T;;., 5995 


Buy With Confidence 51 ^ $995 

CT FORD Sedan Auta- <00^ 
•J*J ma le, radia. blue 977J 

ENGL ISH 52 r*"' $995 


ENGLISH 52 r.*?,?? r 
CAR CENTRE 51 


JAMESON 

MOTORS 

LTD. 

Compore Our Values 


^^"’54>;''i,‘“" $895 

’._$745 52'«'i>“" ,. $495 

’ $895 52^.“^ $495 

C-5 AUSTIN exOC 

‘ $695 Coneerlibla ^4yD 

. !,nc 54 $995 

$795 SS MILLUAN Hutky eooc 

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OKA, KB 

YATES AT COOK 

Fhaaa BY t-MJi Opaa i la * 


52 PONTIAC Bedan. 


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Blua 


MONARCH Sedan. 
RieJia. green . — 


rrMa'‘‘'m’‘Mti*'^‘SSi®S^^ Klrtr Sale, wd REcnrrrRED.'4-MONTH-OLD Ft at naihing d*wn,*47perraonih 

wJ^TE - .7* m IV Training Kenne„. OR . Im:' ““ _ -nfUNDERBim.. 33H Doog... 

KSr* ti5*Mnart*/ink“*.?l?«.*Z ”•*’ *••• PUPPIES FOR CRRISTMAA SPCOAUI MU Term, arranerd 

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^**|t^* *mAm • tM^wsk ft* 4 


Fomily Sports Cor $2595 


luh rxwE CUSTOM lumo $2495 

henirr •*» .natirr, Jl nm mile* Aalt- wittenu _ , „ . . 

,ng *AU Term, arratwrd Phone 57 . ^R-J Roadflor 

heita-een J and 6 p.m . EV l-Wl*. *j2i»«*aUa 


SPECIALS 50 

1*3* AUSTIN A40 Sedan One 

a«nrr 13*3 AQ CHEVROl^ 

IN* AUSTIN A4« Sedan Bee ihl« **' Sedan Blua . 

on» 31*3 

INI AUSTIN somereet A40 Sadan cy\ oLOB Bedanc 

Verr nNa ihape 1746 J\j >in« 

1*M BT 0 O E B A K B R SurlMhi 

enupe 0«erdrtf4 tad radio wanw »— ■_ 


50?^^"*?!^ $595 57 


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57 BTANOARD C 11 OR 

BUlHN, Waaen ^ 

52au^na.h ^495 


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>'"F« rv:.t*l GKM-iild ^'‘’^^'hp. lov Bi,lea#e. fully equipned Clean Uaed Cara- Print Low 

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poJ'Tiac tOOS 

CA NASH Sedan. 11^45*''^®'*“" — 

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SOSfiJJ®’' $495 $2095 


RAISER Bedan 

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$1195 

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EV 4-8)74 
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EV 4-8179 


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CENTRE 

"Growing with 
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a. ft- * 1 l4wi#A ^UOCh r Iur —u. 

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C«i«.k ilur- Ona Mnr« Irixb „ 


list IHTT mil. VaraM ' - — . 

o.irda RiM 7'ir«iim imob. WkM tSB WA.NTKD TO RENT 


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le aFpiFriata. «N HarMnsar , ci«i>. tV SiOM 

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man. 147S MiUtiream Road. 
OR4JMI. 


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'tv. RVI-CJBI. 


upper mm#. fTd tirwvr flk ihta m- "" « ni.*., ,aia nnwi CniFart Rmlal Dap* . 

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Ml Vale> h*re«. XrtnrM 

XV MTU. a»-K«« Pfeb^ 


141 MORTOAGK LOANR 

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ti oas II MU ?■>(, u 

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ruiui ur> hand and tiTin.nlu'. . 
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I I4A RirsrVKAA 
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EXCL US IVE 

OAK BAY 
WATERFRONT 
GROSS $63,000 
Monne Ooks Apt. 

Iai«i< rna<{ audac, S.t lit 

tn*' in tou|Mi ai.M uaa (i»« 

ar«a |a4' i*r< id 

PC).;' liniPing . I •!(' ..tin'll 

a.*t at'ir > •>«■<* 4vi.ii a'<i1 • ip<* I'-t 
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m'l' .i •«<; an I m "udgr. tlitauMiii 

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a.. I.- >■ ■•••• - rt< I 

riv= Ml i-i; ■ i a. , ,a; 

lai'CiK ib'iucint nor aaaa »t» 
tdi* * -ri a^a |a . 


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li ' c. iirii^ *'iv4> i-iai > MAI 


INVESTMENTS 


ipKP«iir |t«rtpArl 


BARGAIN ' ! 


BlTSfNFJlS 

OPPORTINITIKS 

ESTATE 

SALE 


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^•al< Ilf •idi.ai, roaipitia In tftry 
i4«'a I ti kit ar o»n#r Whrn UKrn 
.ti'. kaddm lllnt'.^ fluMnct* con- 
o* grartit aad (onfaitionarr 
i"c- ai'ihr amounl* ta *it 

pri.4,mat*lt I4 4O0 >all guaiitv 
1 K.iiuipmi'ni liitludaa llflu 
rail) r»(-' 'f m»4*rn a^alr inaai 
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iip >raa(H Iraaiar. »<.|> i^uukr il 

ruHli tiiddr an p«ir««af> 

r4.uMiai4 aii4 auahiiic and atitc* 

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a'aintiai a •' |,i*ii avnppad 

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!<."• rrg.iin ii.ii»' ami iaut paa' 


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> ‘4tf ra'itkndai art 

< ol 'iia n'4i(hrrn poiiiai «t 
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*. • ' « A". Ill) V* boacht I'lr >iia 

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•til • (fiii'i Im" ' I and la n.ia 
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r. 1 1741 MP KV I 74ie h.inh 
laairin Bcruritir' nf ViPidtia Ltd. 


BUSIN KfW 
OPPORTTNITIFS 


IlM FOR SALE IM HOI'SKS roS^SAlS^tM ffOrSES POR SALE 


AMAZING RITHFT F INANCIAL 

NET % GAIN CONSOLIDATED SURVEY LTD 


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THIS WKLL • K14TA8USHRO >»• I I- I M . 

flUITK AfARTMfNT BUILUIKO 

• Cgnitfocliaw. laic*4li*B. oiwralini D*T tITI 7M fORT 8T 

tuala. aruia ratnrnai %||| »nh< 
stand iW moat paaciiDi taapfa 

Htai a 

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TOH CKUOK Oil. MOT VAATrit . _ _ _ _ 

lltAT, »odfrn alrina ate HAS $3000 DN 

A anoM iNCOMK Of iMMa fra k-pi-a 

ASH'.'M fLOOK AMRA Of OVfR Ciraliani a.dif lirpa 4,1 and-dnan 
'•WO '■» M A.SO FNICXO WELL duvkt 4 ima aaPb ita Claaa-ih 
I'NtifR ina.dio la.minn full h'cut aula f»al 

II »iD 4w a iil-aturr to «hi»» »'iu aiakir Roiu «iiii*a ara in«iale4l»v 
'hit iJinpaftjr and dUlkaa Irriai •»(< siiniampd and haia '-t'aiaia 

.•mrau $11,500 

J'ln.fOIVr AOXHTA^ n>.«a., 

t kACH * APARKA MHA LAVKNDKH 

Mia Hlan.iiaria ai EVJ-4IJI E\’ 8*dJI? 


DUPLEX 
$3000 DN 


>4cn.l'0lvr AOKHTA-* 

l.kACH A APARKA 
Mil Blan'iiard Si 


$11,500 


139* Oaaarvaaol Bl (v 4-liM 

WATERFRONT 

TEN MILE POINT 

^vala k-riB 4turea ran'*' 'V4w> 
h"w Kai tfu a.4iif. wun in-aimim 
vii')* Ijiiga I'vioj tin dm nil tm 
J irilrma ia)t hn»-4)i'B «>i| 

kd Malar Iwai Ai*ai tvd c-a>p-u< A 
rara ••fp-Hiumo « 1 C TCrt 

Ii4alu.adm $15,750 

&, M Ahdala-'n ‘ t 4 ’.ilnV 
p«>* 


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PEACEFUL 


CAPITAL CITY 


ISd COByOHAKT tv 409I9 

' FAMILY HOMS' 
$2200 CXDWN 

l.anca M»'J lu.i! (ami . kmia I 
n«'r l■•llll■ lull Min' •rpaiu')' /i> 

• »a iJi' I -' m aanlan { >»i‘ 
Iran, aia*’ ki' ('''•aa i. a<l--J >'••• 
alwt ah" >a I'loal h-ana J d liv ta 
If* 4*f*i. • -iui.i' miu;’ iliw . |,r 

Tn, V., . $7500 

IHrb Okkar. KV.'i'vi rvani.da 

< THREE BEDROOMS 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

K' ai;<oI 4aliia la <'<>1 ...it.r.aii 
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liM^oiTara FOR RAi.i^i Batij, dolnniiil 27 

^ Swntdy, Nuatmbdf 2S, 195$ 

■ HA RR Y .|A« FOR 8Af.« 

FOSTER LTD . \A/L_j|-r- T/^fcAC/r 


ODoa>na ‘Th* B*V" 

|im DOUOLAB tr BVt'Sltl 

Duplex Business 

V n> 1|>:I urianity 14 art a'laar.'aa 
aiiiai .1 'hi» a'"u'' <a lararuM- 
p.- 1ia*4t M'.irh it avnaiait in 'll.' 

»l i4ir 4n> lai iaa».tan>.ai ar< a« 
an-mniat in.".-)a trvl f.d 
tan'-- a»t'i>)iaa kuli iMapmm' «ailh 
••aa -'I >'ai ITM 4i4.a)ii««a 

ai;i4i*i«» I an ha a«i4>aia4i>ia>iv m 

■ 4iiaiat MlHi'i Mill it'al.a a 

• '''n-laa ihM-iIrnairt Wi- am'r<><tr 

r.r," *■' "“$ia,950 

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KV 4-iSr., .dtiiv 


IM HOi'SICS FOR 8AL« 

WHITTOME'S 

Biikbiuhad lisa 

BEAUTIFUL 

SECLUDED 

Grounds 
SPACIOUS HOME 

S.iMaitO 111 a DIQNIftEt' and 
ul.'IKT.naigbbvrhoad tl»a aharia* 
tna kunakiaw am «i<ia laant, 
k'.I ii't.fd Mtk* and a WKAITH 
Of flOWCRINij SHRUBS. a«rr> 
aiaai • and bulbt Manv car** 

lull) artpcu-d fnirr trskb rkid 

a aldf aatkt) af Irult I ?M 
HQUARK fSkT iBlIuik krib 


MitRTUAnr. MO.NJIV AVAM..Mtl.r ^ _ 

*1 rurnni rat. a*-. i»r iiiai'ii'ii CITY- -HUGE AREA 

hi mrrrmcnu * •>. •'./'wia r^r\Lr\ 

«H quak t. . 'i *• K Can - r BRICK - ^ONCRFTF 

labiivl C" LM f OIMV^IN -i-UINIwKt.lt 

STORAGE 

WK »l*KCUL1/.r IN Dtsiiil SriSi. aaAaiV liCCC 

li.f i-au' a) n r.san —l AflANY .UjcS 

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f*»h mna KV::«4.' 1. 'ii\ IjI.aih ti-f*'l''H f'»»- TW'‘ 

Ml' .Ti t'.'.'i;-!' itii.M ■'.) fl.iuiiui. irM'K la -“v. ^T 

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REVENUE $3000 

4-Suite Apr House 
GORGE AREA 
PARTLY FURNISHED 
Aufo Courf Site 


TRY 

$3000 DN. 


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GOING TO STATES 
WILL SACRIFICE 


(LL HOML!. • rir k 'liian 4 PC bath and <aa 

^ ‘Twin OtUHOOMR an main llnor. 

n STRII T* OROUHD LiVhl panalkd d.n 

L-ri j I iMv., j . THIRD HEDRO^ in b»m« 

^Anr\frkll ••'*» m-Hahad Hr iloor* and 

CjAKL/CN door to oardch aho patio. 

A 111! ail iitai irult atnraat and 
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$15,750 


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■nir $8950 i.M.a $16 800 <"“**• lt»‘*'m*nl and HtW 

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$9750 FULL PRICE 

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ppirbrk* both awnma' : 

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GROCERY AND 
CONFECTIONERY 

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fne A<*raa* ai'Iv 'urnnv*r r.oii 
hoi'.lil **«rU h* iBrtP***-' Ko 

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2 Self-Contained Suites 
Rented of $90 Eoch 


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a:..; $5250 

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SHAWNIGAN 

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COFFEE SHOP 

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a '.Ml .•fi#. i..min*r " 1 1* u-rFr.i tt'tr* $1*3 OnPl 

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$58,000 

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REVENUE 


$500 

MEAT MARKET 


restaurant 


SMALL VARIETY 

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$8100 OAK BAY NORTH 

CANADA TRUST ENGLISH TUDOR 

4 i*ar o:d i> i .I'pd i i-r. TREED LOT 

transportation :V”: 

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better this . . . $1500 down 


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$54,000 

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SIDE-BY-SIDE 

DUPLEX 


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, ,. ,, * ■ $70 OOO '*• '• *'* •*» 'ab'kiapad T-’ni* M Orf\J\J c.'(h*n» hatd«<vtd tivori •, . 

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PI. #i*1di» f Janra .i XV 9 49H 0)' » »»>aa*»* « 1 iL OAA f-*'*"*- XV J Ti«l. »T J 4401 h*au..i -t.:..* ** - 


I'Un.l ln>*><ni*Bt Ci» XV 4-7J44 

DRESS SHOP 


• ion f')!! prlr* $16,300 

Uand l*rtna I'rll 
JOK LlNUAi. 

SV 4-4474 XV ] 4191 


fXrtusiVX *!tB rat D* Lknajr'. 
SV 2 2101. or R4« t\ 9*4f$« 


HAGAR'S 


J. R Whk'nm* A CA Lid 
1911 nroad X(r*Fl 
XV 9*4249 anvtina 
Mffnh*r Vfiit'inia l.liliBC Bnr*ld 


HEISTERMAN 


•*.- an-1 ma'inreanr* ta*al far a aidnn or i*ll -.veiMrt* 

.0 rr..-k <h-4* .ai.nr f*a ii.g Pr*..ni g*n. •i.AUtJUKU DAY rm » luir.t tm PR *;*. kii ruroMm^'g/a^s;' 

*r IJ »ra .0 pr*.imi Kha-Kiii fuili full 6t4*m*n- uil i.m O luU CvL,.- „ V , 

PIMT PASH STt'rrn FXTTR' •» 1»4|*>, Clturtm -aar ' WATPOPOCIMT «»'»* af *111 irbd* -n 4 i... / iL.,i'i.-l .. 

I.fR Vu -paio.ina bill *»*i, I*«n>. $7$AA VV A I CKf KUfN I o- bimi*"* •imuu- ■ *pt s.l,u^a*“ ** V? u.. . > 

2J WIVOOW Ii4B fairna XV k-mil. Thru hall. Itting tn ha* firapiaa ** ^ I , / J'J 

I'MAMi'fl ho i*|.a'i.( Jab N»4 XV J-0042 and I. *hap* I for dUwna *m Mr. HnUand XVlT'.ll. tS 4 7041 

" '■* nirit.^. .. — . .. *••••» *kn-i«**all rarnaird itb' 

AI.L *PTR INPIvifHfAi.l.r * * " Lid t..»i »i*riMr kiich«n, 2 i«i>d lit* A V/ICVA/ r\C 

rUhCTItJCAi 1-Y NKAffP b*drtna 4 *k bath and i.u' ■» -■ - _ A VltW Ur 

iTanab'. |iar hta'iha cwi« thl-O-Ma'ta HW h*at *.*r HW _ _ _ _ , 

nn r-.i fumaec to r>an atarf T**** SAt.X t.AOTV AND < MIL- Inaulniad rarpatt Nir* rkaii .i. THE SFA 

t" *r»k« V*' d'»#<m*r* Kmab- hnm* fmoartr right 4*»n in 'h* MOREY & JOHNSTONE ^ 

11, , in^>i>.i nm ¥ ■- ••*•’"• •’ »»4ri XtoandiBa butt- va**r r*jIJ prira tf 1C *7CA m . m .... 

.. an ann .1. Owii't fautib* XV 4 4>*4 oo lami $l5,/5U S*ia 4 J244 l>mit:a« St 


CADBORO BAY 
WATERFRONT 


P'lrn.d r>iu< •'•ronru a«a *:;• 

Fomilv Home iMi^^?.a‘- 'Thi'T.*.I .'.J^url- 

BAV Una dupl*« *i>( 4pik4t tu 

UmfV 0^4 T I )i,r*ad feuiiiip't mab. a'u on 

^•„..*d r- , 7-- rrTmVh/o'V*;’ '.rUd'.TM^ar: 


roi.id *a«nv n* mrtr***-' Ko $3000 DOWN 

for-dbi': *h4r**r‘ )y pt-iiiim-n; ^ ^ ^ _ 

tikuir** an-' turn. • -r rh.* FULL PRiCE $13 200 

la »*rv 4)^1' 1'! •! far Tim ahi| _ ^ 

wil- J«'» Mia »»a "{ ira*i;nt » ,L, ' ' ' 

good HP* far »>v . ■*■< »" a -»'■ ■ '■ , ' • '■ "'J 

br« nf about k-7 i p*r ,•* •;: * ' .i- ’ • ■ " 

■tnnth full orf* iiflla ^4 I wU ■ •:■ 


good HP* far ».*'.■*■< » ■' a 
ar* «f about k-7 i p*r tf-%inrt „ " * 
■••nth full prf- •'hi'* - 

B'rirk 4‘ low* <•* t*rka . ' “• 

f r» Smif. rv 2-2157 ■ 4^. 

fv*t ano »**«*•»«• Oft 7-T449 \i 

MOTOR MOTEL u 


AU. ALCMI**' M WtVOOW 
f»AN4kfl So ia|.aii( J«b 
B* !• .) 


ALL *PTR INPIVlfHJAi.I.r 
ItLhCTItJCAl 1-Y NKAffP 
'Tanab'. par hta'iha ru-i« 
no r-.i fu'BBct to r>an atatf 
4I> «P«k* 


Nnrih»*t’#rfi Rar,,«it'*a Ltd 


fi.ll ptir* 124 *9A (2«nar not ;n* 


A VIEW OF 
THE SEA 


■t c nn x„... 

an an- *»M >nanat*<l *i*i 
*•• i4' -.n t'lHi in»*'i- 

. '*»U>»a vv*)i 4>u) CHXCK 


VIEW LOTS 

I \_/ Wa 7na thraa *f tha rboirar* raal* 

' mJwlN •• 'I'* m ma tilt. Oh* of *D- 

' THIS IS "IT' •M.ir*"‘%-T e^*’•hlr” o**an i'-J 

■ I lO I I *•,■„ TM* •«P* a( brsportr it ba- 

RETiRED COUPLES rT.i ?«'! 

If Tin) a-* Iniorrt nl In i.Vn - * • 

n.-- ,a.> c .11 * ...'*••'; Mr Oai^daa. CV9 4:«I: t«ai 

5 1 >' cl. 4 rni.m. ' ■.• . ... . . .. XV 9 T819 

••. ■ . a'.i ti>". »U !■ .1 ' i' .r I'l 

1 41 • Ml- 7' > Vlt;w THIS ,1 . 

I'M, *Hh .lu h.a' a’*>"xi> cs? rgi-. OAK BAY 

1 •' ■ I I* 2 ■-f-'ll'ri*. . th 11*1 

1 '. • ■,') |4 •• ifg t.tt' - Virnmum A fin* iPb-badroo* homo li» Wil- 

•' . .*. ..a:;. * ,.u* l-.air !*j! .v*» *r*a rioar ta Baa-h Ornt, 

Kc* #• d.-'f t >r '•* • f.iii baaammt ull haai and a dt- 

l'"»f chocrt/h ttfdan bUb »ool. Vl*ta 


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C-i'ir** M4‘*I'’r *l''ia'*d «u»' nit ha 
T-iB'-Canaaa ifithwti r,*»i ma 

f.u rvBtra 23 ii.odrrn uri" j' r\| ini CV 

e''i<iina 12 *t’*' fuU Imohm L/L/rLtA 

ftfllHl-a indi* 1i4il rtoni •*’' C|nC DV CiDC 

plM»n*a J.badrtmrr obn-r t * u‘* jIUt-oY-jIDt 

a<i*.*min* m* bu "It*** Alfk* u-’-'d 

oualUv Juriil*vif* and fiV'.r** pa i.4T 7u»* t t«ar* -14 aiid 

ihrauahAut tf-k' no *n<l n'ui«i)* ri-mrj Ai''iai*.i ,> t . 


mri.' ii»U>»a vv*u bU) CHfCti 
WI rM 

U JIMUP XV i li«i. rat XV 2 IM 
IfARRV fOSTXR I TD, 


BONAFIDE 

CASH BUSINESS 

ASSURED INCOME 

L'l. iijai "BP*i* ani‘> la uOiatn 
»*'. *>'a*)i' had be', a« liirlu*)* 
< P'^titar'- ful\ <’i>tirMi'*« lo 


Ii7 KX< llANf'.K 

RKAI. KSTATE 

OPPORTUNITY 

s'kIfH- riim.-Dpriibl pr.ittar** t, Ih 
i r «)»*> )).■** r*nici] tivntind np 
i: Iini >)•) M” ir 

'*'#(- .xi biaar Mraai AL»*i U4M' 

Hi I tail .1* lah* ah' 

-naaiaV- ir»i|* lli'Jitl full fu|.- 
ei.-na Hil.l. HoiHiSOH C\*L^4I 

■4 KV5*dAI T'lrii'itpaiorii Baruri 

-M>4 'd Vlrt'dln Lid 


rail 

JOS UfVOAL 


FAIRFIELD 

REALTY 

931 COOK STRUT 

SEA VIEW 


:*..« mr-r-v-a; atm «*' rm 

•* -r-M 1..' an.l » l*.;r 

R I I IJ "< • •■■•n * Ji trua p.f .r* - .n 

UWI^U.* . „ „.n| rtr,,« ti).M-,i 

ii ' charm plus retirement 
$900 DOWN fairfield dream 

13 double plumbing ir ""' "" 

and Kaan.rh Will build tn vnur "iraia fti] m - ^*a>'.r. ai H*ra a a an'jg nirturt b«0k hotna 

plan or *a luiaa t*vara< pl*nt (or KV J*M0# or XV 4*?Ut C# ma to ■ ih!* OMTiimina!' ■, ** • duiat xtraat juat around 

'f<rj t* rBo—* ff.im for fuMhar ‘ • **• i in, • n. w afc.- ‘f** from 20 ninuU but 

latarmaUM) pt*a<b call Orv T«*s* DOVO' .as NAWKkS Jk CO i' .rm ..*** mnliuir* •«"rlcp Plannrd lor mnalmuis 

4f» tv 1-1741 anvtlRia imX- l.a -ii'i r »■ : laiirmt. roBtenienia and romfarl, with a 

.irtri "an u*au(i(u> l ah *;*•• kit twiin v»ry *Dun turauoita kttirhaa 
I T w j I ir k c« 41-a • u'UK l•«•m nn m>i'>* 'Plumbad for sgthari and dtoado 

I I T uUKlXJN rtcAU n- > Iun imu-tn*';' wiUi Ig- nimtiua faiiDg front, nirrorad manial 

BRAND NEW > ';i-d rarac .Tra- '.ut hviltosm* or 1 *nd dan. f*« *l-pa 

r*u:.’Vri vr/";ra'.'T A;.»’u:vid^'it-8 $i 5,750 5?? ;TSi> svjn’ 

V '’:/:.'.?. fow Terms Avoiloble ^ $12,600 


J. AI »v 

•- ••a KV 4 — 


tf^QC/nA ’'aiit.-.i tardan bltb pool. Vl*ta 

$16,800 


Mr Hamilinn BV3*tlll. 
Xiaa on 7.3414 


RETIREMENT 

DREAM 


dtrouih-ut lf»a' na an<9 o'u««i)* «»»•'» r«-ni- 1 nr. ,«,*.» „ * , ^.n-i-np,, .... .p-nar la,* • QDAKin KjFW ‘ Affiim 4 ACKf?) 

in* faailll.r* d'‘'-h«<» »7r aamn- i ^n .n ta.* in .ip-raia f-.r PAIRPIPI H ARPA ». NtW Now ..i-d.id-d in... J la. ... 1-. . 

ainn Ortm* favan a in* *r*t Y ridCcr* •—•a" *»r*ii*t>‘ inr**! r/MKrlLLU AKtA W« rnur in«p- 'mn of fhl* mkhm of SKA AM> on MPin 

i->r """""$200,000 tra»x .xat Terms Avo.loble 

er.i* . '*'*'^7,. 421 e 1 n • i. |u.aa- (gii ir.**«t»»)U Varr Mmral ** 1 w a rwal .r a*m) ruLu •«*«»’"’» »«f* Itif- rorr.pt.. L,?h *“ * .r oVcrt tmi 4 :.r « 

Tvr* for lull par-irulaf* and 5 ] Q kQQ .i*-' c- iiDm*ni ar.rt n.iiMing p- gi-fi; )ti>h .*»• *ai'iv.u- hair f’"'"' '»• hea* Trull on- uf iha $8750 -"'•■a*'*’* *'••> au'omalJc ml h« 

«n'«r ohbto* wr;'a no"’ _ , _ « , . ^ H'-YJi r*h*.>n f..r •-ii.og mu in Can >Yn l.AMiiHfl.T XV V474I n fYtrti-* *tr* hav* mmi |n ,t(far. « ».rr krat rHvi.r mornt (hroQ.,ii 


CITY 


J M Ta,:-r HI'-M; 

. KV 4 '-ar; 


«n'«r ohbto* wr;'* no'* 

H. W. DICKIE LIMITED 

Boa M Dunrao SC | 

~4 SUITES 

Ki'*ll4nl dowhfown Joraimn Oi'- 
O Malif ho* wai«f *'1"1 ' "^1 

$32 000 

bparo-nt Work 4>JX.,wv 
fl-ata rail An T-U» KY 9 1141 


(■ruaiiin '■•m* pm.** *tr | 
cip*;« *'v ahpninim-nt onir 
MH noi;h'nj.*« 

IV i )in. r-« r\' 9 4474 

tXCLL’flvB 


ar* irnil (>**aii -arpai' fur'bar iriMmatinn fraia Mr lt■l•'•v r*'i t"rhao «il aa«i 

4 PC* tniih. b-aiT htl Hall XV 4*|7d| anvlima Ulackiofi j 


1. »• 1 rt .... .... I'n m (wai ■- 4UIbl ....... itimiKi* >.,h 

I« I prii* 518,500 .J‘ c-iiDm*ni tr.rt n.iiMing p' 4 i-fi; )ti>h .*»• *%i'iv.u' k*i«> f’""*' '»• ***** Trull on- uf m- 

il X n<tan f. .t'ti ». '*'-"fi r*b..jn f..r ...ii.at mu in Cm >Yn I.AMUMXI.T XVV»74i n fftm-* ttr* h«v* hwi |n ..ffar 

iv 4 ijn* f'fnaiiin l.•n^» pm.** *tr prin MtTAna ** h.-nttwatirra »*t*uri' ''•JU'"'*»1I '•■rpH fur*b*r iriMmatinn | 

* cipalt *'v appxinifl)-nt onlr Call of V’m WU Ud *.ilra m-irtarn 4 pc* tmih. b-air htl Hall KV 4*|7«l anvlima 

J M kfhiMnmj. i r« ri.4 noilhTtJ.w. *i-w v-ry aaijr lannt in rriMiii* 

J H WhiMom* A ro j,id. IV » )in. r-4 X\ » 4474 P*»* X 1 C TTC ' 

***** bwriffnivw AjnmfbhiY $15,775 

• ** UMvK xvA-rtt. EXTRA 

A Cl ll'^C'C ** " "H'YHY dr HOS-a UMTTTD XV 4*1219 CN/Tf^A 

4 jU rS "H »T*ai! Bu-«. VinoriaSC _ tA I KA 


***», *!r full 
prir* onlv 


$17,900 


ROCKLAND 

AREA 


Ca . Ur llarru. XV I-4(4t. 
Ufl7 IlM 


OXlSTXnMAM A COMPAKT 
iCitablUhtd 14441 
1 Blackbard Sl XV ]*41St 


4 SUITES 

ACCOMMODATION 
FOR CARETAKER 

’•*• ."i'' art! M-a V ... • T 


r n a »o\a umttxd xv 4*1219 

1113 R;*ad Sir— t. Viooria S C 

Tiunc ynur m tm»« houa* fnr » HlIPl FX T'UFAD 

— - — — »mao iilila 2'hadr<*>tn Iningniirw X— wr l_C^ 


EXTRA 


r.it u na.k* 0* Mr M. t>m*M T*": M ■ ••■'.f a*(id fam htm* ”2* Blanihard SL 
XV 9.7*11 On7-«*tb. Oil 7 JJU **"i> a gr-ai -bai .Mf«.*=r TS- 

fiAii M»4k nn*l 

MOMra I TO r,: A'4 ■ 

2419 OOUOIA8 ST ‘’"'f*. I*'* •"» t*»T) *li,'H*K hawn iMarKt.TlOn AX 

A'vl il,'ii -■ill flr-'i’-i r »:i-«,rb Wi 11 

f-h*f* —111 <•l••4kla•■l •..•* 4 i.'-'gM MURRY — 


o Cl iiTrp Iv**?-! clot* in <W in naikint di**an> - to lown. l-/\ I r\r\ *.-.|r«rr,.. Util *vt«h *tnth 

‘'V'i ^v>"D7; ‘Tv:,£,- rr,;?; - '*• ?■ "» 'f -'” jubilee hospital -. r ■« 


|)l*irj«CT10N ASr* Q< AUTY 

hurry — HURRY 
NO. 10 


I'Rli k $18)500 “ •'Y> hurrj Xo I «..bl Har* Ig 

> .m- -arm* -an 4, 

I (•• •'• I I A >|4. XV I 'W93 k'U) ma)ur |•l•ddam «*f rtndiiM p 

I ao'.'.'. rtitriniiit- h'tne, at !*aa lhan mnl* 


$8750 


Iltaaddnwn pavin-ni Call ' DCSlRABUt COMMSSCIAL PROf* *^, .» .. _ 

RV4 M7* jna l.ibdal BV3-434I b*caiad 4 uliKba from Ltv TO THE INTELL GENT 
Of Lot 40»lJ4 with larga •*rni en iwrn ^ 

KV9-4IM Mugb Hnop*r XV 4*IOal hom* will trada far homa ar BUYER 

... , Pf*'SO'’‘» Taka laf* mndal Thara ara nanv blnar add Mart 

Rinirr CONSOUDATKO LTD. ;■; « hnai a* pari oarmam frica aip*n*i*a hobi-a than thia "n* 

■ HYihoUa, but nat baiiar valu* fur taiti 

- . » «'»a* _ ^ qio«*r Of batlar arrottnadaUM 

ClhiCC’T a n A nw** irk.-^ XXrijANOX MW 1-SXOBOOM '*""7 •"'•II or grawing 

FINEST APARTMENT I {'•’"•a OUnlord at*a tor taial- ••'■•••on Ita a n** 

DllV ll*.l \/l*~T/hDiA '*'»«' Tad Charlrat. XV 4«74i bhloa* 

BUY IN VICTORIA S"rthwa*iaro Saeuri- oiM*d (tatur** laodr lor bceu* 

M*« Of Vkiona t.ld pancf now cie«a lo Oorga far! 

M .1 4 nti'r d* lut*. I••al-d In — and tolf -our** «n aultl iraffte* 


Hagar * S*»a^w. Ill Ya'*« SL. like tbia 

>1*1 lan i>* aa -arou** a» Rani* 
iiaui t'-,'*uae II* «l-af'liu* proo* 

-»«v ha* i(»- a tportilini jowtl id 

ait-«-*t lioau'u in a k-rcly land* 

, . . ^ ■'•op-d h» Ibai t takg mr '•»*d *.** 

I A Id'CCID/^K.n^ ’ Ytw H EYB.H YOi.R HF.ART. 

L/AiXUr IXWlN I VOtn WlOO SCNSK t*U ynu Ihli ig 

,, . m* «iP f')r Ih* lamllr. TTug 11 no 

M-i« wa h*)* a ••im- In a l«n* »iw'«n »*tt. it i« p-rrriaitrat In d*> 
wii* iaV-rt >n' iwmaTly. wh-«h ugn «>'!*d tn aicel-aa Tud«if Mil*. 
• 'an iig MiKhatMl nt a r-aa-tvilil* y*t i* nnly B irara >'.uni It Ma 
i*rt<* l» *.44 ar* irkWing |.<r a a rnmlnrwiiun Hvim and dlniiu rw>ni 
*umi[i*r h..m* tvhtfh tan I* lived .'4*14 Thu nwm la turminXid hf 
in ')v y-ar tr'Atbd, If i1<*«i*-i|, *.ni ilum<ini|-|wn«*l tvlndnwe Th#f« la • 


Korthw*M*m S***»ri«l*a of I 1 » , * i*7**a /•*»- 

VUioria Ltd I Vy ALLACE 

mi Quadra XV > I 

TWO Nxw xxcMisivna rir\ CADflC 

-Bn vi-b* (roan **arT wiodoir 'Jw Ou/iNOC 

brdruom*. targ* llfing rooa, din v-r>' altratiiv* h«-co tiundalnw 


Ti *5*)* '•*' * I TDIDl CV RVi-MTb Jna l.indal BV3*«34I b*cai#d 4 uliKbt from^Ltf TO THE INTELLIGENT **'• **ira» mil "'‘»tJa* »l. ll-.« wa h*v* a In a Hm* ww-tn t*t*. it u In dw 

*v*» E\ 5«*.4 IKirLtA ar f'0"a. Lot 4OUI4 with large t*rni oi iwrn ^ ' prtr- aim $11 O^O ••V-fr 'n' |>rn|nTt>. wh,th atgn «>'i*d tn aitel-aa Tuibur Mil*. 

.... f:-AJ''1MAIT XV9-4IM Hugh Hnop*r XV 4*IOal •’O""’ Will trada f*r homa or bUYcR tarmt aniv ' I uoLUcic rkaitv .lati t-m PVHt'aa-d nt a rvaa tMld* vim I* la nnly B vrara V'.un* It Ma 

XfKO R4UU.TY EV52U1. ! |i: -a-, - TER.M.A. 'tl^nwpfosotif Taka laf* modfl Thara ar* iban* bimr ahd mart For in«D-ti at ni'l niff JVrotvh , 7**^ 'J*!*' >*TO' fH'- or* l<rv*lrig l-w * a rcwnl*Miiu»i llvinf and dlniM rw.m 

. , RITUrr CONSOUDATXO LTD. “•*'' nofm*ni Ptic* atp*nai*a honua than thu "m ' 1^741 o7 XV imw CLARKE »hH-h can Iw lived .'4*14 Thu r.wn” aurrSXd hy 

aur- on ;arg* U l\? ■ H»choUa,bui nat batlar *alu* fur "uurt sv » O'*! or by a <*« k.,l_r-\rMNU •'v y-ar ^araind. if rt-.ir«l. >.« .lum.,n.|.|un«*l tvindmva Thbfo la • 

ciM nn. i"'’'*' '-.liui'n *** - • - »-7bil qio«*r of b*U*r arroatnodauM .... — . » cimi «-* 'hi* i.alav An ■•*«rn** ruiliwa> •■»b Uii-Mti, ,dM-, a h*d- 

ir,' 'S.«77. ?r;.r finest apartment ‘rr.! ~:zrz Wallace 

xr.A'::^' ‘-i — ' go gorge r, ■*'?■::? y.£~”Tr: 

d..wti M'lh-O' "" i r a."-,.n*r*n'ar ar.-a Th-r-aLm.^ ''M TRADXRs fr** JTratt ^7 thU wuhoi^mfi' > ‘•'^ruom*. tar«* llvinc raona, din v-r>- altrauiv* hu-co hundaMw. 4 *P;A -n.ha * , « dP.E -T. VAt.UB ITf 

Call U* iUilh-fd. HOTELS ..m a«t .n* u«*7 J:**'- II ba oula-d Calh L im '"f Near r)*mik Hua mnnatint of l.«hb|N*l l"fr'-'‘0«r‘l t"*- , 5 I U.OUU , BCE JT' 

? " hiu^i mm' ^ Kt.n »>u:* It *ouitM>-d W.m fndr* *'* Yyi ’*»o Cr*a.rm J^nA " i! , ” '*r BO'r eourva and yacM dob BIB.OOO living pv*m. ' 2 i-*lrma. nr,-:- -i«- Kk.iu***- Lu’ ng Yni will n-v*r. npvrr gar a h*M*r 

lt*gll>. EV 2'/iSi fill) nut ti'* 0 * i-s :ika PTir»a •nt •!*» lang* in-r-p-rul-w TV .hi' rbrin* 93M morttai. $ 1 4 950 ***** handl* 9 -.SBotl-M 4* -ah ktr-h-n 4pc vann- bath u'ligv II. D JoTiiuii.n- KV % »7»1 an>'"hf *1^ ^ dialtr-llv* hom* at m-ig 


pancf now Cleat lo Oorga Park r _ imL a.-Z, from VvarT wm 
and tolf -our** «n gum irwfrie. i T *7? ,,* 7 ...T..!.;. ,nn« 1^ 


♦-* 'hi* i.*4av An ■•‘-ri'4* ruiliwa> •■»» kKiii*ii. .dM-, a hed- 

E i'*iw«l*d living rv**T» wHh ru -m* 4']tr baih aulo Ml P*rtro*n'-r 

in.1 |in.ui* w.nd'av .n.ri.v«ing ih* h*Ating tiaa-'n-M dtlve-ln garag«v 
tv k aiak •»'1r'>'*»»'a uig* hi'.rwn AI: ihU art in vwivwf gr— h lawna. 

fcV > I.B4 .l-m ra.-'hi.*a ..ti h-a' y"or .wn The -M-rlj ..wiwr aa>t SELL, ••• S 

E c-.VII'- wivait aM !'-• n/ wmi-d n pri.-.f a’ li:;»l 41 fm d"WiL 
gr.iurai i.i — aui* tnivai-' Thu |ui p-r monfh 
h«Mw. 4 •PTir-n.ho tf 1 ri Cf\r\ HEX "T VALL*B ITf 


i"'™" — - p' sell your 


ftivANaAI. kURVAY LTP 


REVENUE 
CITY CENTRE 


■Tn*!iy»i. rau rannol W lJuf *<m*»r»'«il> "f 7 .u.t*. ano wpar* PTi.f nf.Sil 

^if^rla Pr»M. poa 412 I atr*» ma<- 

A REAL JNVXSTMXWT • b*0MUfUl ••tiing and gtwMt In- Ocv/catiitf 

T atlf-eonialnati vuua* allh n*v* r '**iir*«i mil pm* ikaaw. 't KtVcNUt I 

b vactncgi Wnndarlul leccttun ri»n. anuld a(>»pt*iraa* pa PfTV f~CMTOC 1 

with ruw. oil bet traiar haai Itu. KV i*Bt2; 3-1 I T L.CIN I KC I 

f»tt^ and tha prica will au'ori*- I'HUiXf'fCD AREA AVAILABLE A tman inv*«tnr Ihjv 4 r*rt>a1 prcf,. , 
pou Phon* or -a'l for fiill turn- lot a aid»*awaka <taai*r 10 aell mj mn< wii *naur* him rt'A'bHwd , 
Cb.ar* Kv-« EV4*ktt4 nAfna tf '"f popu ai *liAvvi iiau»i r*vrn<t* withnui w"fr> ahoul \a<an 

T»4*r Aganrlrt, XV 2*1131 741 m Aaiaiica How u tn* tun* w n-* Her- la a 1u rental hnu**- 1 

Port St pie.4ai4 ler rarlr tprint aalr* keeping r*veiH»* ah-Mnni eveilent 

-- - .... in«*- »raltff4 i.hte sivt« U .a rrujrn* and ai lura’*d a« t<> enaute 

0000 RXVXVUR APARTMKVT OV 34 ft With ana bitbwui luilbt -"niinutMa (-Mai n# all frmma Here 
main hiM line 1 uMia «-v*l>mm-n( ia<iliu*» 33a »id <u makint a la an '>C)p<nunlt> f.ir y-ai to nm.' 
pnaihiltly (or addill -rMl uniii Mead) trip ihtnufh vaur atra williln a -hai- ■■th' «( th- lw>ai r-v*mie bTho- I 


SELL YOUR 
REAL estate 
5% COMMISSION 

I.Uiinga appreriaud. houua apart, 
■eat*. duel*«e* alt Plonif of 
merigag* funde avallabla to 
flnanc* a burar for eou 

OXOROI RANDALL LIMITSD 
IMB DMBlaa B'raet 
Phana XV 4 IlM 


„at.«A. $ 1 4 9S0 ***** •'» handl* 9 -tfooH-M 9* -ah kP-h-n 4pc vann- hath* u'lMv II. D JoTiiut'.n- KV J»7»l anv'Diu duftmilve home at m-»a 

w wT'iJ'^^ *«•"» ««ro bungalow nire dla. and a-i»r*te farwr-. Im f«'.) .tU'tf 'U* lerma. All nflera w,ai4 

***"*• tricl On good lerm* mil PMca f-iv ed and well ke»rt mil t»*-e 1 1 a a 11-a.v .* w Kir.| X j. 

XV 1-1137. e*** KVl-Jdld ' gift ;09 Mr Jon** Janet tf Scott, with jr\n I— 1 A K.I PTV^ V-^-UAMS KV 44T43 jwnv 

CITY DUPLEX Yarrow Sldf. XV J 2791. Rm lerma $1 1,400 lirMNL/T **e^b A^uniiea of \1rt.ifl a U4. 

Thr»e-r»Ar*ald aturrq du»l*t of *'" ^'**** Rt,iil*>. XV B-fTvi KV 4 •:*> 'rahttwir'*'- >n and ’ ~ 

m- nut* 1 ronma tha oihar auHe I1.3M DOWN - HANDYWAK B THKHK ARE THE liAYh * JT'''* >’** “•* ** a a a ■ • A-a. a 

4 ronm«, oil heat irparaia i«i*t*t» tpertal An older dupira aiih 4- Ikli-n );« wvatid aitpmiar- the roo)' **“' . '•"»•_ h,n*r r A A K I If^LJ 

entranc*! etc Oarata In bai*- io)vni luii# ranltd far 4>0 a f'Wt of a hei'erhufit hnm- || you weejwir.-m Juan- | na •» ; 1 

m*fil mil pMea, tf 1 C TCrv '»o"lh J-ruom auila no* vacant are baiking fur a mwi. m*>lium'«lx* .T-. '5.,, "J'* *■?''' , ^ a ■ -ir- a 

•i«h t—ma 5 I D, / 3U would rent lor I4P monin Ofie* by ‘amgai.-a aee ihii foe wir- it M* '** ’ .?*'*■ **•* * J D t A I I v 

W H McMahon XV 2*1137. ' 717 IJB Ooldilreaai A»* Ung • n»-e livini rm wiih firepla-e lor !*V."*^_ V‘*!!*__. **P*i*** *■»"'» r\C-/\LI I 

*ve* OR 7 1499 lord Aik'np 99t per aiunth at * '«nlnn« de maa Wii^v-tt. full 1*1, ..y y',.. : I""' ou^a.^ ,-waM*a 

42 4M Call Vitieno# ApoMyard. 'tformei* drive in garorte H-d Quailra ORB lit! 


SAANICH 

REALTY 


vmdt YiTirnpw npvwTBia* «a**w n*n — .-a ^ a _ 

RV14»k J K Whiltom* tf Ctf *•*•** t>ea|»nd rw»'» lev* -hgn W "'IT" **"*" •*''**'’ 
Ud im Bruad Bl * >*?*. ***"' ffroa Cfit* 


$14,800 

KvHutive iJr'Hg 


2M.1C Quailra UR t 

RURAL SAANICH 


lUACH MURE PRnSPKCTIVK 
PI KCIfA.SI.IU THHDI'UU 
MtLTIPLK LlXriNU 


ijCDC 1C Ti_ic I irsd »rp — - - - inriudAl. •tiip •! lb# 4<vir K>Hi#tlvf 

HtKt lb iHt HOUbt (DIAL COUNTRY SXrriNO ONLY full pore OOWrt Call Waller 91. D. JnhhMnn* "f M B Morey {>-*. h.tl wlan 2 hedrm hu*« urf.h 

YOU HAVE BEEN xv ...n an-.m*. ^ 

WAITING FOR •TiinmU' tr^ »^^;;^n'ANrR '^o'^ey & johnstone 

S SKDROOM TUDOR BTYLX Na agent* Total price 4# IIP. down *'’''* ,"*»h'»ianr 


I S-SKDROOM TUDOR STVLK 
ThI* la a hoiaae you would appr* 


pavwient 44.9ld UR 4 J797 


• lVoOP^*Y.^.l“^l■le* S^**my**tiS7f’r*0 LOVELY HUMRA ALMOatT Bn<ht eablnet kitchen piu* umtty 


11-^ dir«i ^••** •"»' ••*«* lu*-hem 

lift II nad .<t(r*el EV 4 7343 kAQDCy • JOHNSTDNF ' **o»'**7’*« «lrin far. 

MODERN RANCH xm.X 6< JUMINi I UNt ,gl„ o(, CwM «an1en flui- 

Brand new buniwlmr L •hap* Hr* Meal Ra'aio *244 CVaigiat fatMin* tf 1 g C/Vb 

ing dining area niahogany pan- view 

ailed rfrn or icwlng room 1., b« Mr Ntcholaon. XV l*7dP4. 

uied a* ihiM bedroom If deiirel • 


I har* iwo 3 b*drtem NHA homaa ’■•«** P^O- All deial't aa lo *•». 


M'Airrn 2 beilrm l*jnt. 4 roMiu l.lw 
ing I'Am «eilh 4'P ,«b m mo'd 
ly i..en* 4 pc tielh »il*rh-4 garage: 
uilli'v caim On aewer aM»w?ba 
>n paved aiDWl. Handy tfOIAA 
In buv and afae* 50 I vV 

i Mr. OHrlfuuni RV3«n4, 

7^ GKsim. 


awi" TW> uniia .i«rwr \n|f •ncniign Tuuc err# wumn a -nat- ■■ih' id th- MW r-verwe prop- '**7.3?...’"'''.^? r"‘«orwi. »iv » Tkl* Ia a KnuAA *>0 wauld emri,. PavWient 44 lid UR • J1I7 »rwing room I', b« Mr NtcHO MNt. XV l•7•P4. 

reform ever Ih- pa*4 9 teara. Rea* inui.lh. M canAact bu new a<i)t I eiii.w m th- ri'v ,aily ma^ ava^ PlHOfA^SI.»lt; THHid UH i mit iniiVn?^ Th. oul, u*^?r r ** *** «n a nn uaed aa ihiM bedroom If dealrel 

p^hle amLam' roan wiu g^e »*u luMl.ar dnaiu. Vk* ahi- th- .avnrr U moving ii MLLTIPtJE LIITINU ■'„™* fi ,!27 ItW 0 LOVELY HUMRA ALMOttT Bn<ht eablnet kitchen piu* umtty M-.l-rn 2 brnlrm l-jn*. 4 roewna Lie. 

*•)'• h- ureerrrni. ApkAy \ie> , U'la Picu. Hue 1411 (he mainland Pull price anl) liLntiii ']l*nl wtch .he iraMcir of wmr rhMr*. 1 mr full In armailon an Ihta home ***•' •" alreei* amonp lom- and atiachrd carport Autamaiie • MU l•••»l wmh yp ,«b m ma'd 

laria Pir»« R a 1431 __ *,• « . r.ni'n) CNILURYV a "•* Jf'**' 'oemv To vt-w rad MAi - vov pr«»flmy u pUewd befor* tbt piaaae pliaoe Mra Newion at P*'*'*** homea Thie* bedremm* oil heal luuaitd -n large lot bear "MOflF^T MAPlPPCJ'* '••■"»* 4 pc twih aiiarh-d garage^ 

TOBACCO MK4VBTANO ANO rradvtA-br bualnrvb m Bobnoiii ^ ^MITH. RV 441741. e\ea •'iM'fi-i* »d it-Rieinhar lirau . XV f^Odl OR IV 4-7I2I i £'2?*L* .f**** ft*** bami. oil hroi. io|f rourte. but and )hoppln| ceo LJLJCj I r>A3JUtKiN uilli'v caim On aewer aM-walba 

MvtuS «r-iranrSJ^nl?wn ita T^iV Tror,* TT .. uid EVJJtW N.wthweatrrn Sa^rRiea of *holr aaleameit. their ewifarta so lo* ”« BV 4 iigg ^ “S*." ?n7A'?i5'*ro Im* down baymeni could he a.... .a,, a , m «*«*»' tOIAA 

ssr^L. 7'?.^ cAiDc.nr.’ i.xviT'V.'ir .J 'T.i 

Jonaa * Scot'. 2» Yarrow Sld|. ''at lla.r i.« a.,- un arr-uM rAJKMtLLI L/UrLCA »ree3 XV ^2» ,hi haol. hordivand rkmet. ottarhH ■ ^ ■ if have |we 3-bmlrbom NHA homaa *•«** P**"*- All deial'a aa In *•». 

Phone 2*27*1 or rea XV J-aitf.' Mine** Y-u ' gn -raiiat* me any* wu^ p,*, luiie eilra Ideal for 'Snnige Piumt UK 4*J.li' 1 ... Mraird reaaonabiy tioie in CTaA# ’'•'*hg -n v-wr me <*ll Ph.me - — 

^ m Lbdi»mll^B*C OiwfcW ft*h*f’**>Vft*KWT ON A 4TLL* ***•“ OR 7-3419 »4ew«le«d Rtaliy,^ __ - - - Itie Narthweetern Sacwluro'et *••*‘*3* b»«cnepa, oab fibort, all i 

tjlU lime pr luH time baela; no mer* £o“, L5? H-* Ud . 7BB Rpri St ' ATTRACTIYI rorTTAOt. 4 RMS. ' Vienna Lkd. Phna XV I f7«l at h»»' He mu pnao 111 ipp Rer 1 ^l2* i*i*«J* 

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-- - «ouu. tt« Tn ra.TAr. Mnri -J” STSSI' ■'* **”* V n"" mn uiA .Y ownn,. , {"t"? 

SMALL ntnCRRY AND CON rew *-rvb- wa’fat. vrond mere tlBki tn |vmn r-OM^ lo ha^leirfgfkriTH HAANtm HKALrvmB wrMi 'bAii uir ' ... "’•‘li rorpnel LnralH rwom home, catra room In bate- * ”” 2d9d Lanadowne URT Mid 

«"*««* ««!1*«¥ ■*«Ae%r"oCS|S21.nWl,JV^oJ*RL.riM^ «?TTA0X ON^ BY OWNER, BROOM BUHOALOW. 


RRXHTWOOD 


Mealed reaaofiabiy cine in (.Ta** lo-'m* "O v-air Hie i*ll Ph'ww - — 

. to bwa and Vn<WMQt HbiTaa* are I.AHCHRLT RV4474I or BT OWWn. MODERN I SRO* 

• A^aui 1 Ido tb. 13. conaui bl L •naped N-'Cihwealeni Becunlin room bungelow HllUldb araa o* 

97. 9*41 <>.■_. ..A Ai.i... at Wlbilb Ud. I aulel Atr-et Uaran (Ir-oU-a 


I pulct alreet Oarggp, flroplgre, 
fenced yard, no itgpa, redoc«rbt»4 
; inaige and Ml. Prleg 14 IM DbWB 
Ipatmabi ll.lOt. lit PIT Phoob 
I XV 2 M)! 


BBPMpm Rapier Owner leavlat wnid-iH IMuWr -% B>m 

Ibwii. PhPna XY 9 I III after 4 Uutavtlle. HI . US A r,.%ve.t.4,t.i r urrrjuTUhiTY "'.•.'■'k],. ‘•‘'iT : dm t'.gjb ruwrpua room wHh bar. hetl. Snmadlblt otnnwy SI km. 


BXCKURNT OPPORTUNITY 




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iw HOtrsRs FIIR SALE 


yPB S^K laa Hmr^EA FOR SALEf lM HOtTWER E OB KATJK\^S» ROI^ER TOR HALE 


Ker 

* 

Stephenson 


NEW 

ker & STEPHENSON 

SUBDIVISION 

Located ot 

P.>r»r C» -—..J 


c. ' f Htil Rd 
Ronch-Style Bun^olows 

BUILT TO 
NHA i 
SpecificQtoins 

5 BBDROOM8 Oil- Hr^T 
KrrrurNa 

OARAOrs. ruu, tlAntMESrs 

UNDER ■ 
CONSTRUCTION 
NOW 

FULL PRICE 1 
SI3.150 

DOWN PAYMENT i 
$1350 I 

VONTHt.y MOHT.lAOe P^v• ‘ 
«o»n»i rjM piu>NK rvi.»»n 
g^^ANV SALMMAN AT ANV- 

1839 KINGS RD 


PEMBERTON 
HOLMES, ^:td. 

KVTARUt.AHBO UgT 
VKn GOVKRNMKKT EV i«34 

I BEAUTIFUL UPLANDS 
I HOME I 

' 4 BEDROOMS AND DEN 
S32.500 I 

■n»f iptoou. floor ol»n •nr) l 
• uwrlftr cM»)niriioo nf ‘nu humr 
«U1 ap|i*ai It »o'i «f« looJur.t lur ' 

*. ^*7"' “ •” railUIKr 

rrMrtanUal Urea ri*. 

rrpiian hall lu.nf raon’ uainr 
irtpsllr niannad tor *iiiar- 
•*'>iinr «lth Miaplara I l,pd.i 

M*..., ^ •.-«u p},| fpnn, ' 

?M.‘I la"r*r»f(t revn» oil I 

H« haai T> rfp la'acr* 


oa» f purr • >t •f.irad 
^»r •PiM'intBirni lo 
Thona Mr« Hhtrlw tV4-«i3< nr 
tv «-M4l 

By COMPARISON 

|Tl.u wia u an onttiani^tna t 
N.y • • .-.U ana »w- hkiw, 1 

»un«si..a *<ll Of r.^.lv tnr orr«., 
n«ncf r>ahl a*’- ■ v Vrar fliin> 
^ U.f ihtM ».all Plan »nlt J corvi 

• •#. tfir ktro.rn ‘nJi rr|< 

"I'rt 'lri». 1„ |, ^ 

*■••• 

$t2 .900 


NORTHWESTERN 

SECURITOES-, 


NORTHWESTERN CD accd 

rr/^i ip\i-^i^r* riN/AOCrx 


or WCTOmA ITD Q, VtCTOlUA L-ro 

Ol TATIE AT anOAD BV t>474t |]| yaTU AT HBOAO EV *-# 7U 

MT. TOLMIE DISTRICT "SIDNEV” I 


l/)Tflv oornar haiiaa »iih 4 
baaroomi upatain nira Uv- 
lut room anrt iiiniRt trnim I 
Raatmaiu and agincnatir oil I 

r,"" $13,950 

aim 1 lr«r« inrluoao 

rail ri.ARe VBRn»TK ! 

BV S-«14| ur OR I 


"SECLUSION AND 
WATERFRONT ■ 


S-hfdronm cnmfnrrahl# fa.iu 
Hr hnma ronM*>m« nt <>v- 
ir>c anri dtn.na room, 
8t'ua(a<i an Hrorv Ave I 
OJork (ft auhitol and ttan*- 
puHaMun iiiuit) sUf 
• till tiuit iraf> Ptr ului ) 
ra'-in ami aiirkkhail fan Ilk 
ridiirad lo m.a and fnik* 
•» I •• ».V#>00 doai haiamp 
»4# i»ar Kiimih C70Ar\ 
on full Bii>a ..f 
C'ontari UtS ROa»R» 

KV RPk OR T.»aT| 


BlSCOEi 

7M RARUOlia AVI^Ul EVI IMJ 

I Dma>iB Cuaiomfr Fatkini | 

FAIRFIELD 

■’’•'I' ’ '-iti'»>*p farm:-.- 

A" V:-;\ I ia;,.| 

• tn--|. Ill k;! -wii wiir.l 

• - t- Mil 1 ■!, i.ai., 1 

• ''la ■ ' aiiil - <A' ai 

> uu iiiop $9500 

ESTATE 


^■a ona a.*rf cf park 'ika 

•fMjnt u rnadr nmar "<,AK; prD (iaAmTF-I'* 


: ' IM HOITHE S FOR R4LE 

RANDALL'S 
I LIMITED 

' CITY AREA : 
Smart Home 

fitf vrar Bill >i>i(cn biMialua lir.' 
•r** rw«m nrapi.i-f, an lltMti,. 

dlliXia fwm 'imUrii r:r-;;jr 

k’lihfii bnJt'ivlii*. 

FVmDroka kaih. full ba«fmrt)t oil 
Ik a', ««Mva in raiaar Yog «an nn- 
ti.r 1-aatt or on r«*v '^rm* ( 

. $13,000 

Side-By-Side 


IW^OUSW TOR bale 150 B OUSCT TOR SAT.B , 150 nop^TO TOft KAT,H 


Oak Bay Realty 

T'lR 'MK JiAY HOMES 

WHITE GABLES 
OAK BAY 

SmjaU'il on auii«hi>atiar airra) 
'm»a (o Oak Ray kvaniia amj 
WMnrtanr FarA Naarlr 1.4*7 in t 
"I I'v'm koaka dnoo, and •»' i 
'• Ml tliihlirn arra ut» * i ;! , 

nmlr-fi iiainakf Lana dUiiiia 

ruoiu. 9 lAdreomi. kikum “"hi 
Hnok kill! kaapnian' •>•»< 
f**r 2 «ar« AuimbaMr b|ii.v4ief. 
haarin* Panrrd nark aar'ini ^ 
rj'ilrk ,101,. Jd..,!:-*., laar 

rull^pn.a $15,200 

»\<f •I't'n !«'•-- I-. |.k ,,, , 

B J L V -;T07 ' 

• I'vUina I 


F^r^k^Mortia BYRON PRICE 

Agencies Ltd. I JSU 4DAORA STREET 


; l .. .a» I Vina r*ont 

• nh hand h«»n Mama arid, 

huiu itx laAri* Suf » 

Hiirnln* firfplarr CaMnM 
riffifK kitchni »Mh ottiur' 
room otf Maaiar badmnm, 
W'lH ] ora PmiiroAf bath»i 
r«nm. fktra WC att rniran.-f 
halt J aviait Oadrpittn- up :.yi 
roiraatfij atatma) daparaia’ 
garaaf and »iao IH frai r.f, 

• k’rtlroni for »nur bna* 7^ 
r • « ihU aam •all o ' 
ftPAVr.Y at rv y.#74i ur 

K;p;,Vf $13,750 

Ri*h irneruua taima 


Charm.nt amall honir in 
Ihf ot»fn 1 hfilirotni Imrii 
livtni rivApi brtaiii rahii.pi 
kiirmm and iNaiiiiiu: « ••• 
haihrrKini Dr‘aa*«n aataa* 
• "h •».rk l•fnrll agd tarar 
»'"4af -•-j'in .Kg -1»«. 

(}r>w.1 inratlon < Knv , 

$7250 

rail MtRRY Mnit.- '-. 

n' ft.«34i or 


4 BEDROOMS 


LANGFORD 


4^ ID •iK.i^irui t.‘4 4 


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$t2,900' 

All Lovf tV4'li:4 Rr» EV 4-aoM 

COMMERCIALLY | 
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rtiaitiad Clo.r .n »VII. I 


"GORDON HEAD" 


"HELP — HELP 
DUPLEX" 


Drive Buyers 


.•ir -i niaiiiad 

PIMOf 

OM,Y 


$1 1,000, 


a •'•.trix-m botna. 

larft > 

Pruit Irrr. 

$8500 

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EX' -411 


BRAND NEW 


Hr.! '4' 


ONLY $8650 

J4»ra ini-aumi ^iff o<- 
Bnad. »ith niUi ai: •- 
oak rraaa or your c«n »• 
bfdrm*. 7-nr ba-h • ,1- 


llfirrt •an >'ora«f 
hra* *JI«7 Da\! • : » ^ 

Appainrsiant tn t.a« n.r«.- idi.bc 
M r Lemmon at EV y-Mli 


OAK BAY 

3 bfdroom. 

Parkaif oil haai 

PuU pt<rr *"r, iirma 

$12,900 

L W Wacnrr IX 
J H Poro. EV $<34Il 


OAK BAY 

SOUTH 

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PR LL'Xe 5 ROOMS 
I IM »Q rr 

OAK M.OOR.A 
PC riAiirxtTtrr 

PRICE $13,500 

CASK 4 '.OB 
UB taiand R<) 

_ To [n'D»r> phinr 
EV)>34il Mr Mr*!'): ORT-Hiaa 
EV I-3UI. Mr Va;:aB<a. OR ?-J»J7 


Phaof Jark Pr/van EV 4>lt34 
Re> TV a-4VT« 


MAKE AN OFFER 
OAK BAY 
BUNGALOW 


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o»» •hula liuiidina ti.n-v 
nrat ■d'k.liuD ana dma-m 
r .'pari Imniai-'Hijen 
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hfri* You iiiKuid tn*np-(| 
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Rood 13.000 •HI handlr ' 

muf $12,600 

Phrvna ma nlaa*# 

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rx.umn a i, ii iii'mva ^a.l 
StV-ANbr MoniKXK 
tv 1.4741 i.r EX' 3-T4J4 


' I'K.yH I .. 

i- 510,450 

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"CENTRAL 

LOCATION" 


Pamilt 

1 r.-'--- -1.- lainr 

•rich ttrapla. . laiip kitrne-- 

ri'.l ffmaru tik.p|.-rn< ' . 

Pt:iI’ »f«f. A •‘■rrilir 

$7000 

I':ra« rail (>OHIO APAMH 
EX' 4-«74r Or OR a.t34(. 


k; r a-. ' 

Mr w - 
*'•. KX 


$18,500 


VIEW ROYAL 


CartaiAiy nna ..i tna d.- t fm 

1“' • I . «...i 

V •' a ill- .ear r,. r , - 

in u«;n DK IO4IJ Pm.'i r. " 

I,»n laK atfa 

|iii -i‘ ‘>r«i|iik -i.iv, ... V 

$22,500 

* '*, ; a uir. I •$" \ 

Mr. |>evM 4 $P4 gV 4 M|4 [ 

L^ DOWN PAYMENT 
BALANCE AS RENT 

T»" . . ' >n» i.-T. 

■ - ... ijiir.i • .... *y alki''4 

■ ' » ■i«*n Ha. 'r 

$6500 

DUPLEX 

PLUS 

EXTRA LOT 

Tb'- ' .• t fte Aii't'r > ' 'n 


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r, I'rr l>uini\ nninf n ■. i 

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f ' • '• ' -r Alii. 

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1 .,; ; . $I2;850 

e»ii R Mi*»i • KV * ■■;b7 

I 

TWO' FOR 1 959 I 

TEN MILE POINT I 

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CAN'T FIND 
IT? 

I BUILD IT! 

let us prove 

TO YOU IT IS 
j MUCH MORE 

I ECONOMITM 


f i iLD 

THAN TO BUY! 

O^RAVl^Uj Wi.irKMAKPMIP 

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KrVo' ***' Al-t.-YOU 

>*HPK pr-AKKiKi-j urnv'n 
L *'.'^'**^*'*f’ AttRAVii»n 
Vn" J.SCLl.DtKO 

CuKTieACTOIia 

ftn 

rrtxii'anr the piurir terma 

•ni» .itllVIOf ASM TUf. 
MAKritiip piiove TO votiBriit.r 
THAI OlIAtITY IIOME^ ARK 
iM'MT nmouotf ntAKK a 
MMittK AOIhrtftS ITD Yotr 
APP UKUfll '.n ont-tOATlO.K , 

tSHlK YOtr CAl-t. ‘-iUAHWS, 


Jilt QDAORA SmSTT 

SEA VIEW 

monarch place 

ALPINE CRESCENT 


- ! ...1. J: ■"■m’ Mv.ng ft. ft* 

. I.ivflv rirapiana aiul Ki.'tv li 
P-lbi. Kmhrm i. I' 

I'-l ev'rrnim l«n.-ii.moi *^11 Vi2 
'vkafnam* A>th T.n 7 .” 'T 
"■I I'ayrnrir ift' luitino «<aar iii • 
■ 'VliT. rf-an pr.mw 
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IV 3-IT04 

L(*a M,:,i1|rr 

OK l»-Jlt20 


>2 BLK TO SEA 

OAK BAY 

J4 •»i. w V b Thu 

14 ■rli.k.iM fi'O haa iiak 

*■' *' A»H mrp»i in 

mai.ftfl ..rfinr- .afHnr^ 

d«a«a- 

m-Hi.k fu/na<b- Iri.gdHha.li 
1 7 •'( (• a ntvp-Mnfi kfftf nnd 
;• '-irn «fii ,nrfd t.* and u "n« 
I ^ \alufa M Pri.-Hl 

$14,950 

< '* *v'l- 

move IN TODAY 

S2750 DOWN 

ttiftdfrn kJ'rhan, uiiiit*T 
n! /! 2 rVHS'**‘ «araaa. 


$26 800 


A LOVELY HOME 
ON A QUIET STREET 

In •■•r * i.i« It •! area 'fti. 

"I. I ''iinak la Ha. I 

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Ha."!s- lar.. 

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■ - ■ V • ;t •*,. -. fiiiir-| 

■ ' *'ke :r 

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■ ■ and i7»a. r>a- »:ti» ( 

' kPPo.tiimrr. only 

» dn%ft » . 4 


hMvf K> ing .»a r>a,f 

■r>phftft« ter arpi-intmf'ii 

lit tira 

$17,800 

Yf* J 'r« . tifVdarri l.bf/K.-n 

• I'h rumpui r-um 

$17,200 

' ‘I'l (TatiWft. 2 •.--••-1 

i4inin< Tf*ritir . - ^ 

•f* *B4 ayi’Uft!!!:-... 

$26,800 

Ttai* ** .• ^ 

pr,.f At - r t hf.'rm. 

i ii.' o.:!- 

•"* O-M t.b.rtrm ;a*i# 
ih« room and 3 •• -«■ „t 
•and 

iTftfnr $10,950 

1 vr '!d J kfdrtn. o O-M 

$7250 

JlL.r-oirf i-M-rirnn <• r.i.a » 

• Bd c :’e 7t,.-ia :.ft,rr» 

•'■■lah.a Oil 5A.ia -ffn,, y* 
'>« jr.| r*i: MfUl PIMP.' 
SOS KV t.4741 dar or oidht 


SI 1.500 


tl-rf >t a btiy - I 

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$10,500 


ATTRACTIVE HOMES 
IN DESIRABLE AREA 


NEAR JUBILEE HSP. 

r* '■ , "$ 13,566 Regardless ■ 

_ r .. inra., ra- .^0 , QF YQUR 

. Lv,..r, Of rntmr. DownPoyment 


A REAL DANDY 


CITY 

duplex — S7950 


$2500 DOWN 

$79 PER MONTH 
BRAND-NEW 
3-BEDROOM HOME 


$6750 


$15,750 . 


■ ~t ‘ I r ' ft r . -'a.*. I a. 

tinvrn m PMiTir KV x au; 
«r IX' 4 .'JIO 


$i 2 60G 


P- - ■ la 

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'ALMOST NEW" 


$7250 


I b..r.<»im 


r ',r C a. ..111.;- P!rj 
I ail XtH-S lOHKPTO.*. 
tX' $ *74: ai tv J M!=. 


FAIRFIELD 

GONZALES 


GORGF VIEW 
$7500 


* ' ' D'Do f Miss Tliib One 

EXCEPTIONAL VALUE Larqcr Fomil.es 

OAK BAY Rc^'enue 

‘ Marnn ' •• B - T‘ ? 5 'V' ' ' ' ' ! ' ' t'' 


SI5.500 


$16,300 "NEW' 


'$750 DOWN" 


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$8950 


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J hrdr .Ti" H 

VVN ' “ "*** fomplaia wiih ti^ 

}NTH ! rj *1'* •*’•■•*•‘1 IB )h* HiA 

yiN I n !^“«;';a • m nmlina K.iu Park. 

• W ' .t -T ot »anv hoiftfi 

• ■ • ‘ •«"» »"«. »iih»r under 

HOME Uc. T r;; rf.p*\Tu .hi 

. . . . 

$11,750 

•tK ( JB47 ur r^hiar- PrTKR PORSRTROK. 

-• * »r raa, i.K * Jij* 

07 ® NEW 3-BR 
e $400 DN 

• ■ ■m. In t-n rttr.tnk nn rab f)#r klc 

• «>‘l-0'Matir- h/aL 

■ ■ - *'’• »«*• hnm# 

I ‘W'-lfiratkma tor nnif 

1, , HlaSfl inrlbdtnK lox Mnnihle 
■ • «. I II. T lavmfn'a }nr ahor' parioal n# 
tUH then rem.rfd irno 
P'*r further inforir.ano,i »nh ns 
I ■■•• lea'.o'i call FVS-943R for 
COiCrtA P"”!' Oroiih ret EVJ.TO'I ae 
>OOU0 •»a«l M*tlCar rca IV *.*•♦♦ 


$1000 DOWN 
JUST FOR TWO 
LAKE HILL 


[immaftmif la thta .-om. 

fr--.s:r 

I ni Lit='; 

, .>-7J »■•-!;{« *i-i, r-i.^ 

I •. f..’»viT ;3‘ r iaa„. ,j,- « 
! 5- fruli Pavn-.rb-- |> • g.-r •nn 

inJa $5000 

Rec raiall'in PV 4-I124 
rr. KV 7-*4«4 


J bf4rr..m» I, 30« 
hanij;r. .-ri 
rrn .'a«;.iy home Ptm 
hmn batemm* nti naa' 
Oak firiiii. dtov-a and u-.t- 
V” «fl kitrbfn Ph»na n.». 

S1L900 


Dar'ifti .ma ; 

or 1 nt !• • . f . 4- • 1 

f*' -■ t rt-», . . » ' • , r .. 

»b .'!»-• I'.ra.a J I . .... I 

I a 'o » ea XtHr* '• >: v 

prrtv Pi ,na kTX' • 

$4950 


'CAFE BUYERS" 


ssodo 2 YEARS OLD"’ 


ROCKLAND 

ARIA 

KtARLY COWPtnrO 

NHA BUNGALOW 

— I KPt)H(X>X4«i 

— CAsiKiT Ki-mirM 

— PULL BAPtVlhT 

— on HA IIKATlKa 

— tXTKA ROOM IK BASr. 

MINT 

Full Price $14,800 

Rraannable dovii OBWrnt 
MoethIr pavirecf tnriudinc 
fate*. >ua 

Thu u GOOD V.ALUR in tm> ar«a 
Tn ia<oert pirate sDcna 
RKRT DATKtS 
KV 1-3411 or BV :-0.'S3 

NEAR SOLARIUM 

$3000 DOWN 

MAUTim, PKA vrrw. 
l-BirRO(jM HOME 
OIL HKAT 

UONTHt Y PATMfNTR IVCt.CtJ- 
l!40 TAXIS ONLY 

$150 PER MONTH 

$19,500 


$19,500 

KV5-J411. J M Pnrd IV 4.1W7 
BV 1.3411. L. Wacnvr. OR 7.34U 


! CADBORO BAY 

3 BEDROOMS | 

' 4 vfar-okt -ft i-ur-rain* np a, 
vr-T ftiHe* »‘ri'ai t.arre LR THt [ 
k" herj. 7 bf-*fft.)fti« PuM baaa. i 

lo-a,-. 0l»-0-Mau< heal Ideal fftrl 

'-i -ilf •Itft eouae I 

in'ire $14,950 

I t R .l-anrt FX 4-4I24 

Re* Ev.t IV >-13« I 

I I 

ATTENTION 
ROCKLAND 
AREA ! 

Thik tare atirart.vr oMaf •♦t>a^ 
r.-i'i-?rv huina BUKOEl'K »l*n| 
maartilirral ita« nt >••• 'and 
ma.n‘a*n« IR 2natS -nnary ti.»- 

C la'M DR 91U3 ;ar>weatf(l -ahinat 
■»rh*n Larca Kehf«r\ir< ha'i!.--.>m ' 
Hf*hTAiFlR 2 fftftft nrrtror'mi and 1 
battra'im BAArMFNT ml am 
• a-*r H*atjr>B ahnwar rt'ra 
'taraae 10 dat^ ttdaaetfnr 
ir.ft 4,'»a ."-iti^d rarri'H it:, a! 

i; .2rm." *“"■ $18,900; 

I Can Mr tltpbiirn FV t.1134, i 

Rea EV *.7I>J| 


B'4h*:aotia> J.bedranm 
a<iar.-t< home *i:h larae 
cruir.d* -oyer 3 «,re«i fra 
tunnt Intrit family nwim 
di(te :ii kaaite mne Lana 
r*ro»rt ajctparunc rrra 
aranrte.t » i« min.| 

1 *'^ dritf trnm i.tv rai.tre ' 

Thi/ ill add pfAra-rtv ran ’» 

$11,000 

BV 4.474I or rV3-7121. 


rVrye ynt^ nria ^.ftfa r^, 

rrr -ftoyr , , r.-.r., .. 

r^*k»’ nM. mi ovrV } 
R'*'M ax’in rii‘a i. a 

-r' $7950 

• (•h larm' If nr.f, are 
Phur.a H HlTirRMAN 
IV S.dT4l or KX' 


VICTORIA 
REALTY LTD. 

, ! V [>>u4la« a ; I - 

CAREY road 

PARLY POSSESSION 


Ot^H'TT p x\na. ' 

n_: .. .-.t • 

PH*>f*K KV 4 aUj 


ary *c>. . ityrTR 
Oah ‘..V RFAtTV tTO. 
31U iliaa Itae Aaa. 


STEWART ROCKLAND AREA 

CLARK & CO y X 


"ESOUIMALT 

PARADISE" 


Ona >rar-n(d acyrm 
• I’l* 3 SMTonm. loyria [,». 
■n< ronm and eiectrir ra»> 1 
'nai k rt-hrn stnyu built m I 
A bieait riffdin hnmr m | 

rreeT-^Ptij; $ 10,500 

r^-'l TX>RIR AOAUP I 

IV *-#74i or OR 8.J2M. 


"JUBILEE" 


Ka ttrity nav tnitn tron. 
■ ••n ir. J bahrnnmt iivine 
'nnm BMh fireftiarr Rrirhi 
b 1 hap Td iiae ulaair fe|| 
MRP RtlTH »QUtRI3l 
BV4-tT4l, R«> IX' 2-3M4 


SECLUDED 

MODERN 

ESTATE 

M tfmg blark-tnppfd drirevae 
riankad he beautiiu) ireet it a tere 
lmoreta|v4 approarh io Ihta loralt 
b«ma (Uiuated nn nearly *tz arre* 
ot park. Ilka land detitned be a' 
vrli-knnam arrhitart and hui!' 


I OAK BAY 

VACANT 

NO STEPS 

COTTAGE FOR TWO 
$8500 

U)W DOWX PAVURKT 
OR 

Will Inda Irr Irritr bnma 
Call n f! Wilkinwin BV 4-1134 
Raa Bictnae *19 Ivr> 


'"DUPLEX' 

I 19 M» CAAH 


Rear Cnnk anrl Queant Pull 
baiemant Two l-hedroa-io. 
apamneati with aep«raia 
•'■tMda entraecta larrr, 
jpartoua ruo«. 

Owner lBiera<t«d In amalll 

noma in Lankfnrd or Car 


"$1500 TX)WN" 


: HICKS 

REALTY LTD. 

I 1711 liauft* iiffai AV^.^iae 
I Opo Hud«»fi > n*' f. ,• 

■CEDAR HILL 

A iea«» p-aa.j-riji m.ftla.n '-1 

ln« anh »a.,o.|i .«h 

ki'-iifh, tra- .ou. tJI 4-rtir ‘•v- 

I a'.-T S bftir.ii- -lat fi,.v» 

bftianianl OOM ftaai p-,,. •, 

I •.•a>| I. ft »»;ra .■»• ,ar..-{=.-tr'‘'* 
oyrrlftuk.nf fnur.f or-ni-.s 
•n-1 lira* affnrd wlt-Hl. (tar 
dr-n and buu-a >rnina'‘'i'<'e '<.• 

$ 15,800 

R ;•*! ai raciiee iarm« 

P Xa Jarii--" BV 3 >104 an>n*nf 

'EXCLUSIVE 

WATERFRONT 

• fJI* ••-.'.••Ih *4» -T ^'#a ftt, 

I af* trgni. riote n‘ pmt 

I :::l $ 15,750 

Omr aratyet *v 3 Wf>4 ahvi.nje 

OWN YOUR OWN I 

HOME I 

In ihr JunOaa amrin ♦ hedr'n* 
LH * tn ri-f,vii<r dtnat-e .-ir^ 
<ab kit. ',en »pj t pea ftwtiiprr. 
Yn I ..at tionri anri «jOM 11-,*- 
n~* lardfo and >n laimanHaie 
r«Dd'tir»T. Tenr.- can Hr 

$12,600 
Be-l Brvant BV 2-4104 aryrilme 

HIGH QUADRA ! 

$2,000 DOWN 


h. • la 1 ■in.T 1 fl- i P 

< 1 . uo'. lilt in, ^ 

••'..i- La-4'-.-;;i ...ft- e , 

r.--a •;i'f,.a'- c 

• a.. » . ‘.nf'.i . Kt.- . . 

, fh. ' ■ 14# fic. V 

Phi: i‘t. a ‘ $8250 

fa.; Iftw r- raa ;y ; 


OWNER'S LOSS 
$900 DOWN 


l-T Rrftigi. ft Si. f»T.. .. KX V.4«U 

LANSDOWNE PARK 
ADJOINING GOLF 
COURSE 

A ftr» • dua-'. • 'K.trm nama 

o-.li- ift ri a >>• ' .t. I 

fftittf iiaa'rir.i-. - 

.« ft.., I »— I: 

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^aiNty * r . t.. 

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• •ra»ted 1*1 ai'ia h- l" b-mr. 

ti-r, a . r an • . —v - 


'•••‘•n ;s- 1 

nr Ma 

«-■ . .ar»r 

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1 -i;.. 

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•• - aar!-. 


‘ '"'' - * J iToan lad rne!,i rd 

• ^ «ea e;- 3r« hr-!-: r.. pig, 

Im .«,= riM.H-i 

1. .ft .lywf - - mrn> aute nn hw 

7ft“ T ... in .arsi;. !>««„’ 

• ■ • f-raiiiacr d.t ■ ^^d 1 

jr .,,1 ft 

•m.a ,u . 5 

JftCfta'da „ llkls lo 

‘ 2 ri-mntrxivfle nrw 


P 2 l. 1 i ; !',l|iica 'j^d hiiu-a \r . ar ..raTati 
an^ fip- .,.*1 .ary-.. , .... ?„ftrmm, -- . 

M. (ft-i.r,. r>r. F\ l.7|M. - - .^ftmai. rU h 

LOOKING FOR 'nF<;irMrn cno 
REVENUE DESIGNED FOR 

t rift-r t..jt b-,-.r tn « ,.^wi GRACIOUS LIVING 

"'•ai <1.* bra.ina > 

'r»-i ai'i .ft rrailt tnr »• i...aO'V 4.a Jdh SJa X-'.. — • < 2 t !M| 

.!■ rlv-.,, .• •--!■ liif .v-T-r- I - 4>!-ef»-l **.< r..i 

'-r., X>»i Tr-.if 'IK -1 oti-o-M 

1* tl. aycci-iiuna. Otxwit : 4ft -i< ar.-l ■f''”'') 'j'larHa tut ft..i 


vrli-knnvn arrhitart and bu!!' 
two faar* •■« ui (ha hiahn’ 
•parifirationa thit it truly one ot 
Tltiuna'a niiiaiandlnc proorrilet 
Bieaiint entranre larie iivno 
room vHh Muter ila'- altdinr 
do0ri opeiHns ta larira twtio HR. 
(ten with PP 3 bedronma 3 bath- 
room*, eaipllrui kitehae iriih 
•eerr wiodem tacllltr Bvarv tea- 
turf dtwut thin deilrahta home in- 
dicaift careful niannint and muth 
Ihoxiiht tlyen to armi'iaua llvlnc 
wa are yarv pleaied la tiaee lepn 
dppoiatad Ibe eacluaiye asenti 
Priod 


$59,750 


W. t. Speed BV 1-3411 davtllM 

KER & STEPHENSON 
LTD. 

Member Multiold UaMne Bur«aa. 

Md OOVBRKMBNT BTRETr | 

HOMYTsuiTE^nHOMEl 

Bir the hnmt of your dreama and an 
diirarttvf bdaemew auiie y*etl rert- 
•d, tee !tua imma-'ulaie 3-imdiiran 
Iwwne. only 10 y«wra Nd and dt the 
iKAk lit ita iterfeniiwi. Thetw la a 
Uf«e llvin* rawn eepdralp dinin* 
arpb. imart abinn elei^rlr kHrU'n 
•rul lovdF 4-pr bathriwn. all taate- 
fhlly diKNitatfrl. The rni) haaement 
hwa pariucr id uiui. drive-in larace 
and. -4 cmiraf (he l^f^OME aiilie. 
tn. whmhar ynu're an l.SXTOTOR , 
or a 5MART. ahrwyud BUYTR, luu 
caiMV)* fu wr-'ina here The ru;| 


NOT NEW 

NOT A RANCH STYLE' 
I BUT . . . 

t dao <n fl «oarMU« rrmifoil <*on- 
yrnirnity loraiad iruulaierl agio 
Alt hrai a baihroomy full haw- 
lane IR, full OK rahmat K 3 
‘ bedroom*. TV rDom rumoua rn. 

TrRMf) tlXdnn 
91 Add yrill nandte. 

CARH 414 4V7 

Ik 'did wiU taamllt. 

'ACT ROW 

j Movi fR nrroR* xmab' 

' RO AOBRTA Pt FARBi 
BV J.tdM 


1 RBDROOM8 I.ldd *a. ft ' 
or modern Uring oil hi*a» ' 
rinao to «cho.i|. and yhup 
ping Low u*ai Move m' 
lAr Cfirlaimaa BOTC/V 

pxiif ^y/Du 

"OBIRTi 

tv i *741 mr BV 3-idM. I 


• yr» old. V rm* olui. a hedrm*. 
mndarn ftc gitrhen 4 pee ba'h 
Pull baaemen' oil heal drive in 
garage Hardwood (luni, «i"j 

• »»d Id a dUler, h-th lora'Hm 

Sr‘1 $12,500 

Mr naeiat RV 9-4IA4 atmime 


4 '•' • «::i) oar- ■ ' ■ ' , , he' '• 

-•c . ,jn , .-5„^ 

a- ' •*-,.,'1.- 1. ,, 

a ';J I* fl*.. a 1 

r“ $7900 

X,- « l-,t , 

r»i-i nil : II -a ■ 

DREAM 
HOME I 

FOR $80 ' 

vr^ . . ■ , -R.;,. , f 

■ftrft , .A ,( •»>,. .ft,, a ..,a 

.1 '.‘.•ftf It j.ftft ,, a'‘-ft 

-»af .'.now-* * nl . ori.f 

r.‘...r iri 7\i n,, y -ur •■a'* '*1 
happy l yirg pr, .-..e 
V-. XX.'inr; IV 2 9'4J. 

«w* . iTR 7 J?;* 

SUPERIOR j 

NHA 

Thi* hftwia 1 arrAncerl for a full 

■. ,|:e i*| : an g H 

l•ahl bntam.ra wiin pu'wie w-n- 
dnw tireptare oQi) r-iuahad-iB 
i>,',mMitr H eoB oao- r'». 

■•r o .,;!e for Hi- Oi-i i ou/ -fiU 
j* gmir opm.iiunKv Ma.n Floor 
haa 3 bedim. I.Ji. DU eabinei , 
kHfhen will niw,k. i-p«« biUirm ' 
wMb yaniiv Thi-. u mw and haa 
U»fe 2Ji-j-ar murfea«' 

Plaaaa call R o Ner IV 9-1I41 
or F\e» rv i-J40i. 


and i .tra'a — -i 
Oo t|,— (h>ra 

■ lAA n;., ,ra * T>.a 

\r . ar ; •— ..ra.a«< ili.ie 
?ra»amm 

rr 4u (wna.|. -tl hraiier 


DESIGNED FOR 


(jy V- . — ijt ‘(W| 

'i- «*.< ;v.r J. r..,t lime 
,•». ' o« -I oiiio-a E« I 
'.i-iaAta fur n..i tyj 

ei'f,a!i*.e - r frd >y 


a baraa.n AA/X frd >y 

• 1 2*^0, UUU •I'l. Valaaa IJ* 

'rrmi aia:.«a;. •'*' ••'I'v.n* an ii,pa'«.‘-'— -• -i 


vkt end your 

.'ci'LnLo i SEARCH 

j South Ook Boy HPRF 

Four BcouHtuI Homes ....... „ 

1 Ideal Lccorions cash to 

' , . . 1“. MORTOAOB. 

m'-- » «4era.r«,od. 

: S. :n;-‘ wJ-H-VsW/'rlLC’ViJ ^ MJM adWdfd ttti «f higarr 

?:r- "-*■ 

in'‘'''arlcl* ‘'V’l* im'us ’ Un-* !? i •* «J‘»- 

lawn* cn IVi.24« tor Dorna Cikoi.R. 

Pr.,e $15,200 . .. BV 3-7911 ^ 

r- -^,a.y-rv *f 3*fk MacKay. Re* BV 2 M4«. 

2 Ci-mnarxively nrw r-neiUAnm 

prESH;. ESQUIMALT 

linr.i ronm wun mmer 

p:*ra dtPin.- •'•> •j-rr-et--: ' I f J | 

k^'-hn. wiih mahowant rahin-i*, I 

P Uliutv area OUO-Mai.r, ... — . . 

.. $12,300 We Will Build 

* Virkary-built hAinP 

3 A lo*a|T .hhr># w-fh a rharwi of ‘J>-* •«» mroropraung all mnd. 

r*» on «n a'trai'ivelv em fealure* Rurh •> tull haaernenl 
lantisean-d toi Prop' pftrslt and Llyti-* apd dlninc 

a.in r,;.:i iarar iivioa room ^imma. rabtnet klUhen Tild fire* 

• iifi arani'e if one fireplat- t*'*- etr . for a ZZC 

j»e nip.ne ronm. eiari*ic (olal or»ee nf J I dr005 

cai-.iei kiirhen •■•h dinine.*>’h 41 »«d dn and 474 monthly. 


ESQUIMALT 

LOT 

We Will Build 


' K»amBi. M' I iigey CiH 7 RMO **• vi'* :r.ft, a;, -ii- 

CADBORO BAY ••» ■'•» :.s.- aruun'U 

MAGNIFICENT VIEW ii;,' 

77. '* I "J*’*' Aeauan,* pr-.^rU hAme m «*a.,lili.i r-.Hi 

i“l. a -T.r, * ."ul rarternrai-a, n 

V, .‘lai-,- prtyaif . gr-s -14 o:.-k n»l f*-..r’-s* .... 

uV:,;‘V;.« iV DR ’’'nV- 

lya-M-.m ,4*1, 4 ,. r baih anu .r„,a.-*r uhv i-r ' 

an. “•''■nne an one* *',* 

2 w.-e Phil Cm' wiin C-W ''"L*.;'' ‘T 

tIA h— thi «P(-a-A;» *— ai. .. ha* an 

< HJ na: be ob'Allwd fe; w ri.,.. - "■* k.' -■ 

F,:i et'YOCi'A -ei TTirr. :.i;: 


BV1-24M fAr Jack 


|w i>d’!‘r-.'jm Full bawmcni 

• cn 'V a bp-i-.miyi Oil-O- 
\!*''r h-a' **-.iwra'- <arair A 
hnme mold nn' he in : net rnn- 
di'iAO in«n i:,u Cl'S TCrt 

• ne Pul. Price Jt I A, / D\J 


MaiKat Rea BX’'3-M44 nr 
Doroe Comub. Rea. KV 1-10IS. 


4 II -p and IPJ ner frorUh I WATERFRONT 

g f I'sa*- are 'h- Irrmt An ! »» r ' 1 b.(\l rwyi-N I 

th v;nd al'irto 1 8R heme 

I -f-i.-'f-s nf Iarar entranre Nrio r»eci|(Hr« himialA* in ew- 
hait with wali-'n-watl carpet P'Fb Inraildb with prieaie aceetd 
•re -ftiKn .ia-rbay irailinc in 3 *" *he mo*t dealrable aandf 

bedriti-. and bAihrontn anataira i^arhe* within 4 mile* of VKioria. 
T’lr tiiain flimr ha laree ai- Thrre arc breaih-takin* **aacapd 
trariite 'lytns mom lamllr- . miiuntais yrtm* and (he hemo 
*i'e ditiiric rAocn .jin room. •* proieeied fyoa Ibe preyailing 
ei" 'fH cablbri kiun-n and ■'»'••• Ibe large llyia* room had 
u' li*t oluB'trrd tdr wyah-r Pull '•‘lerird maole hardwood floora. p 
ba.<n,r>i(, with •.."'-a'lr heat RAman brKit fireplace and mag- 
P-nari'e fwraie. CIA AAA hitK-nt picture window* uyerU«ok> 
Pull Price ^ I V.^UU i»c »ea and bench Tow will lov* 

Tct vm- Tuv .Bcr* aran. > dFeain kiirhen and ramilr->tu 
^ pjr? raiT^^ Ibyraklaat nook wuh .un.hloe wi" 

r> MonVo llftft . *«•’ p***"*’ «f 

^R 7-17W AP m i*ia« •"‘J *‘«hl lor an eleein* 

” Offiea RVl.d- .*^ *'*"* range There la a four-olece Pe«. 
ufiifB w ac. 4 briae bath, three large bedrooma 

w.'h hardwoAd flAore. all fitted 
Cl ineno »®Pl« rlnedU and rare biretv- 

SlJHrrAK trained floor* 


>d nu' be ob'Aiiwd fe; a« 


Plr-si-iailin 


GORDON HEAD 


"BUDGET WISE' 


Tht* home provldea an H-a]; 
•etitng tor ihu*e inveaitoa' 
m ihfir lir*l home Only, 

“W- ’ hadroomsl 
12*14 llfing room wuh tire , 
Pia,«. fall remam ba«emen' I 
driye in garage Loiated ini 
Juhllea area ii.and dawn ■ 
balance |47 a C07 AaI 
tnonih Pull price ^ P/UUI 

■”2 CHARTRB8. 
BV i-r74i or rv i-iiM. I 


Nrariftf rotnp!rllun Srw I bedne 
IIAma with lull iia*r«no' OOXI 
heat Hw tlmr*. large IR wnh 
Roman lile Ff l^rgc DR *') 
■ler klirhea with dining area 
Counirjr aimoaphere bu( Juti l 
mnute tritiri noa. 4 go.id veil- 

sirr^rmr*" $ 11,950 

Bill Priion. BV 9 liM anytime 


'LAKE HILL" 


Ltd.. BVM74I or 

NHA 5% ! 


I HAYNES 

Owing IO bereavement rwiw-r yeithr*! 
(•> aril ma rmSiStlKli Kwne. 
Loew'ed near (hrte IW ar«l ermaiyf. 
log >>r a i-wy Jiving naan «yVh fire- 
pU'-e. kitchen, eituip/wd with efec- 
in.' range, gartiaie numer and re- 
fMgerat-<. dineiie, oaniry, haih- 
r«r«r end <«.■ large iietlnMim Full 
Iwariyyrm with t*A amall puilv- 
furnithed n.nnt and aui-imaMr nil 
fiirnare A nine |,d yyiih oeveral hear- 
ing Imll treea Thla ti a neat UKJe 
,hfwne fur a muple Taypt lini rmi 
Term* wuh a m-vtera'e rt-nen pb>. 
fneie Quft'ed prica inrludea fur- 
mahinn and TV CPCAA 

anieiwa ruu, PRICE 5o5UU 
Pleaae aak fm W jftnea KVMm 
eitnitigt. I 

ARTHUR K. RAY.SCS LTD ' ‘ 

«• F«»t M. BVI-aCt I 


Liwaied rtot* lo the Catbalir 
achool and aituated an a 
large lot. tbu li your rhan-a 
for a real bargain, peatur- 
tng 3 bedroema and a laiae 
living room wtin llraptace 
nlao a famlly-iiaed kltehea 
vMh aantry There h • tmi 
baarmeni with 0-0- M heat. 
Tha egfectOf la atuerw with 
a Ouruui roof Thu prooetty 
la right on the bua line and 
Inrated naar ahopa The full 
«ried for Uite bargain homei 

only .. $8500 

•Hh 43 004 down and the! 
balance like rent Por fur- 
ther delalla dial HOmbR N 
RMITM BV4.I74I w 
BV4-3IM. 


"$1000 SPECIAL 
FURNISHED" 


"ONLY $70 PER 
MONTH" 

Ihehidliic take*. TMt la a S-hed- 
mun home in immacvlait rftndi'mk 
only 4 jraiini o4d A liwy dny»n pay- 
mem cmiM pnaelhir hanrtk. Now if 
L? *r» r— 1»> in need «f e hmne. 
sail BV9-l7fT C. A JAMF4L Pna- 
••rnMncan (• rven ruhi mm . , 
{fiwtkwtfieni feeiRlUed m vtctorla 


Jljtkimaiem SmmflUed iT Vtocrtii ! OT* no 

. - 1 Pali prlf* 

NtW •VflOALOW IldPM'^i MR 

rif^. “• aerpwTi, 2 1 BV 4-4741 

large bedroema. oak noon. awiw. veatera I 

K l»a OB. elwtDr hot waier. wired — 

i£« down RFA Vir 

pwymMi. OuMr-bMMdr. Wt 4-4SU. ^ ktimiima. 


HOME FOR CHRISTMAS 

! $1500 DOWN 

TRRBB BBOAOOMB in d charming 
white atiideo l-yedrH>ld bungalev. 
on 0-Matie beat. CKwa inl l.ldS 
aa ft of graeloui Urine. Thla tg. 

I erafiye iu4in« «UI m eiuaiy to 

!f* “ "*• t07*\D 

Fall price of #y/DU 

nut MR« V. ROBBRTI at 
I BV 4-4741 or BV9 14W North. 

; vaatera •eewDiUa af Victoria Ltd. 


Celebrate Xmaa In your own 
imu palace Rrtaht a- 
room bunaalow «n puiet 
alrect. hall block from Oak 
Bay Maay term*. For de- 
tail- olra^ call boXaknb 
HOBRON BV 4.«74t 
or BVI-7IM. 


'DUPLEX" 

Revenue |l4i per inwih on 
4 fiMMPa and bath up. 4 
rowma and L«Ui down Ctoae i 
to utt centre nil orioe 
vUh 11.400 Odvo and 471 

5.^,,-“"* $7900 


!| SAANICH— SPLIT 

l' LEVEL 

I RedroAm de lut- rancher In 
- |ood high loraiion, ha* many 
j*»ra feaiurea *urh aa eglra large 
lUIng roiHn with raiaed fireplarr I 
tare* cabinet electric kl'dien With' 
built-in waahrr and dryer, w«k' 
•floora thrnuRhaut. o-O M heal' 
drive in garage in *« bax-mem nn 
gA»»d aitrd lot. A food pla.r m' 

. $16,700 
LAKE HILL i 
$2500 DOWN ! 

A go^ family hnma nf 7 fwime.i 
I bedroom*, large living room i 
family ataed dining room, largel 
cabinet kllrhen with nook ami 
»lr«d fof range Pin ba*emenl.l 
hot-air heat, eiira larae lot wiihi 
tarden. trull tree* and «mail fruMa * 
In immaculaia coadlilwn through , 

iSlI nr.ee .. $11,950 

1 _ r*:*** Jim Ridtn*. 

IVJ-7941 Fvr, KV 1-4433 

[ DONCASTER i 

A rnmfori.yble fntir rnAru bungalnw* 
With baaemini and furnace 7^1* | 
hotne hai had much rare aiyd 
money eapended en U. Ideal for ' 

$7800 

JOHN ORBBNWOOO I 

1241 BROAD riRBrr 

WNRR T»WNSFTRRk"d~SB|.T?^ I 
«HA 3-hgitr-eim hime Three I 
>*‘"^4 G<4K*iln arrw Hard- • 

mning ir»wn drive-in car.ige. fun i 
OU-OMatip fwai fuijl , I 

II* "‘.'a"!* 

Armina FUrw. Mm ' 

down: ! 
Inyeaimeni 1 
•***. awh. t 

kiJm iU2r*»2r“ioi*®'“'^ i 


DICKIE & CO 

REALTY & insurance! 

•M2 FXKt Bt. BV2.4J1I. BV 9-4 jJ4 1 

OAK BAY BORDER 
: Home Plus $70 Month - 
Basement Suite 

Tbu Wal* mndern bungeliw ijI 
yra eirli haa lec t.M w.m pp. 
1. .haped DR irew Urvr beilrm*,! 
• mule r)o*ei. egp kl' IXTItAi 
I.ARrie uiiiiiv 'iwmi. ta«tptu)ly| 

' dcroyateii and arrangftd oil O- 
M»tic neat, haa full l-gal imee- ‘ 
meiit mile 7'» reilingy All ihi* 
0(1 a ni'c lot. Only 44 100 down ' 

$17,000 

(Mod term*. pyeellenT yahie. 
f*ll Mr nairif 
BVI.4U4: eyew BV 4-iMaJ 

$500 CASH 

Why nay fmi wn- n y»i» can own 
Ihla cnoifenabte iatne* Ray bun 
gaKiw cliue la priman ^rhonl 


pri-a $ 1 7.850 r;' tT'.? - 

Fl- at-.i;..: iimenl to yiew p.eai. ‘ *^V.. 

r.ii |-V*74at. Mr Crckmay rL*;;,*,. ; w-.ei TO vif 

e»-y tV>.ll7fi Pembroke eaihrouin Ca'pe-r.! HnX 

Wt nMva i-i*w r»fc,wft.., . »ia-f' sj den 1**13 vfth -par»r; D Monrn 

!^4.i «IY 3“-aT'2:;"age.*"p%girft5 

“ werwre Chi O Matic perlm-'er 

KING REALTY SE 

2:4 YARMOW OLrxi. KV>ai| Mur.rtai. 

$50 MO 441 Yale, Pireei neering c 

nirter ilvie family home d larye — • • »«'»eyt ' 

rniim. M.eiyirni, e-«ve-Afts "■ l.'each an 

furnaye $/500 ’ *** 

O Dickaann eve* Rv l-d444 I Q C Pl*nne-I f 

ESQUIMALT ^ ^ Hr!" 

BEAUTY high quadra ,'Z 

’ ,K.tXDOIO LAND-'"*"7 “»•“ '»w V^nc’ b•^'h 

Bt.SrMt 1 0T ' «Jluaie-l no liw-n landa.aDeri ’ * "* ^ 

4 Uiyr TAXKh jlo' *ery guie, „ ^r "T 

4. LAI(IIF_IK with PP I TYiree byilrnoma. ;ui; utniae lymm TJ???- *?J*. 


u-ii)iit ynom .iin rnnm. — mob me ( 

eie* 'f!i cablO'i kiunen and ■'»'••• Ibe large lUing 1 
u' li>, pluB'i^d tdr ••-her Pull wierird manie hardwood 
b«..nir>i(. with ai-’-ft'a'ir heat Rnman brielt fireplace a 


P-ii«re’e fwrage 
riill Price 


Oftire BV 4-«: 4 

SUPERB 
SEA VIEWS 


tn the high cement baaemenl 
there la a M-foot rumnua room, 
flreplare and den Oil-O-Madd 


Ymi •HI be deI.gh.Ad wuh the 

••-epti.tfi*' <iiic dualtiv and J’ ,kI 

;^y'rm"'7;nI^el‘‘'\ftme“‘•■n;: ‘h^hrr.^ru.eTr.nur.?^^^^ 

neermg cnmuleunn. Aiiuated in w.a'iu* 

a *rieyt ftfMil-rnal arm claae tn ^?,aVw‘VhT7«rrtJd^.hm 
Iwa.h and >ran*pnriaiinn Tlie L.u. 

I 4IM feet yrt tiyii.g *nare l* '.f “ ^ •** '**' *“* 

Pl*nne-< for modern ewirentrnce “ 

and tulle*' eni.iiment nf 4 oiaa- Fmi art iiutckly there li aim 
mrirent view T».e uoMr Pvel *'*" •'•r ‘he final imprAvetnenid 
f-w'ure* romi.ination Itrint roam adapted in ynor peraonal 


i«w'ure» rom'.inaiiAn itrint room ” y-ernnyia* 

'•'ll ftrenUi.-e roomy kitchen <•*>'■ and you and VMr family 
.w • ■ I ;wr:i c<m*ement n<mk *et>araie y'll Iw ante is celebrate Xmaa 

LAftor. MCLTIDPQ laun ' BCMer ihap new inu bune.ii.* room pl.ia 1w# oedr'ftt and •“b 'be Yule Jog burning in ymir 

M-ArKU 1” ^ The In.er level rsn- . hearth by «00 

LOW TAXKh jlo' yery guiet Inrariun im arwTr" reereaii.m xpom with fire- Ih* *m Pull prlea 

S-'KIM'™ " ' K./M-rT.-rs; ;:rLu.„ 

F.5.TCLA*, com,mo» r-.i-'-Tr"' 


gaKiw cliue to unman ^i-hsnl' 
and hu* Thru hall 2 l*-grr bd ' 
rnnm* large kiUhen with dining 
; ana hire Uvina rssm I pae baih.' 
' h*— merit Wl'h OA-W furnace, 
•■rive in gaiarr fru'r tree: aUn 

nil range. Only 4&O0 ra*n Pull 

$65oo 

Ptea*w call B'ai* Dickie BV2-43U. 
i Te* IX' l-ldtn 

McCANDLESS REALTY 


^ DfRlNO ARBA 
4 FIRRT CLA8B CONDfriON 

P”'' d 1 ri zn/ 

with term* $ I 3,60( 

To cil) Ann# nnnibldAOo. t$#i 

KV a-AATO 

SECLUSION 

$1950 

4 *'FW medrrn blN&e nf 7 bed 

rnnm*. <e* view iru> ri,.,,.. ... 


$13,600 

ne^nAnaia«p,.*e. p„e* $15,900 A BERNARD 

ysioN I QUICK possession ’ AcaLTD. 

dr Office XV 4-47M 


heat, vacant C 1 *7 CAA pavm'.u on'y IJ Tnn 

Pull price » f ,D\J\J and 47* iwr mnnth COQCA 

Bv«y. Mr Xina. KV 2 040I. j Full price JToJW 


«0 Fnn M. 


nvm# EV a <111 


; Revenue House, Close In 

In.-ene 114 per m- c-*ud 1 

m-ce Arm ••.'■e iiatft- 1.^11 «|-mn 
ir-rm *«ite. s blip rm* un 

I Autii r*«i *".!ie' <n nan hn^emem ' 
(larage FulU furniihed FairfteW 

?,,ft ' $9500 

Fairfield Duplcv 

I'l* and d'*a'iL ln.-.me lin; per 
m-.B*h Healed >w- 'enan'i hewv 
•lemrAied WeHnng .litUme Tn*r* , 
|W 8 .Small pH 9 -:'*» 

will haiulle. Price $05UU| 

Neof Cottage, $850 

DOWN J hedr-iwna 4 rmg. Lively I 
Barden n-iac in ifug it-gea, arieni*. 
^ JuMlee H-wn PaymeiM* 4^ 
Price irvH new rdl range pctcf* 
and heater irewired* ^D/3U 
Kvwa.. Mr a M Ramadal* EV 

RBOBCORATUr 4-R4XXM ROl'BB 
MW plumbing, new wiring, large 
y^lrif httchi^ Full baeemeni, hni 
air heaunt Pembr«it* bath diMa 
1? Biirnaide thsoping e«ntr« Try 


I VUIV-K KU55tSblON Plewae call T Xl'|t e„ OR 7-3M2 * Ca LTD. 

'esn ha given in (hi* neat bunua 434 fwi Sirct BV 4-aJ3X 

modern birwe Of 7 bed i 1?», '*1 r"«m' all nak ftnorx ^ r-CM ,« Ac-evi-e^ 

ea VKW. HW fl'w.ri. oii' Full ba-mei.i wiih c w furnar. Almost FOUR ACRES 

«17 Rno .VT.,r,J,r":,'r TooVn THREE BEDROOA4S 

Full price ^yOOW t_l A/~ A nfp* ^ nirriy aecludad goad alder 

aw* ih<* r„ . .. ri/\Vj/\K J home, Ci'lwood area 0 «od bamk 

Pee (hi* fnr a gpo-i bin ' ■' \vjr-xi\ ,j f.irnac# t-an* brigtu ut with 

Call Rniihd Ami*. EV 3 4IIT ftraptace Dining room, dandy ktu 

ftft. . ... - rl**" ibrea bedroniiu and b#ih» 

..r»c» - .PARK. OAK BAY SOUTH 
.... .. .MODERN r.’^S".r,r $10,750 

Dl IMF* A I AVA/ Pleaae call Mr Francta. IV •-4314. 

e^p^p ADC A bUNLaALL/W ivta ORt-44l4 

A(/T(^ATir nil UCAT AtHTtMATIC 0 ,L PICTURESQUE 

ALMUMATIC OIL HEAT HOT WATER HEAT RURAL TREED 

: $2,700 WILL HANDLE ihe enupie whs vanld LOCATION 

like an a'lractivf. mnitern and *i.t„*.i •*„•«* a**. 

Bu-e. —ft ... ' Isher tavin. hunealnw aiih ns r*."*?'™' 


I OWNER (hi* tnr a gso-l bin 

TRANSFERRED ^ 

Baa 5 ;RR. 3 -vc.n|d. g(ucco bungg. I-IACK a bfarkj* 

low, luliv IniuJtied. living nmia Lt 7 "farkk 

14 glS, dining room, mode^ kli- ** * Olgnshard St BVl-lll? 

-!7'L.".*‘ft^-'''*^* haaMneDl, 

"Il h*»l. dtiva-iB giraor Jane- 

$ 11,550 GORGE AREA 
Clio automatic OIL HEAT 

iC^ « r/ ’ ^'LL HANDLE 


HAGAR'S 

OAK BAY SOUTH 
NEAT MODERN 
BUNGALOW 

AtrrOMATIC OIL 
HOT WATKR HEAT 


niitn* rsriTT AT -J»i*e,/,JXJ ■wn-*ire tiving r«n«n 3 fgU-.ii# ' »_'ar** urigm ueoriwme ._I 

Mallbeig, BV3-4»ld eve* bedri»m» large kRchea vHh ea>- 1 RUuatpl on guamt airw ^.,. 1 ,^ «ff f pr lF* *re*pcv 

$1.000-$ 1. 000 Irrc'ei^.'*-** $7400 i a. 

Dftwn Pom Dec i$. Compdcl 4- Where can vsu d* bener’ Ctfltaei ' » . ****** °Q*^t4 

ronm atucro part ba*e gixid * V BO BAtWOIRi. RV 4-4I74I ' Haaar * Xwavns Ud. 414 Tatea *">«"«l‘a«f WW»»aIo« FW uld bf 

vPw* Xolendid for a csuule ' hour •ervtce. Or IV 4-44U Moiv dwner « iwma diva, loll bata* 

Keedi radecoratlng bui nneed day evening Norlhweatem SeTuxT ••ni, wir*d far raof*, laix* livinf 

right CCTC/\ Kaa df VKI*ria Lid room with beavtlful new flreplaes. 

at 55/5U . NRAf NHAI NHAI C*mdl*Mly Iwe^ TaiM apprbbl. 

Bal ai r*nl 440 tier ms. FDR XAtX BT OWHCR OAR BAVl ***• Frmwood well pUnsed 
Call I o Patrirk IV4.g74lt Unidown* . 3 liedrooma ' kuvgalnw. full 

Re* l^ j-dMl ” doabig bath, living room, dining' ®'*“- garage, iarw living* gj*' 22 »7J4i. Fk- 

ares, kmhen nt(M off dining)'*** *'*•» unuaual rock firmlaea «4-abii 


:r‘ $5750 

Ral at r*ni. 440 per ms. 

Call I o Fairirk. IV 4-g14tt 
Re* BV 3-dM3 

Rorihweaiem tocuritlas Lid. 


1? 'J**'” SjinpWnt e*nlr* Try 

41 MM down Full pric* only I7.IM 
Ae( «p|iek and call Karl OtIIrto. 
RsrUiwr*t»rn Becumiae of Vtciari* 
Ud . S^r 4-4741 pr KV l-ilU. 


are*, ktunen pa(M> off dining)™*™ unuauai roci Tirvniaea 

™«m, fun haaemeni Oenerai BWc-l flower-bdk. 4-pieee (Ua baih- LAROFnAD. SROOM tniPrS 
trie on hewied brick and »idmt. »'ra largo ktichen auu- mmgaknv. hai^voS ^ 7l»S 

aturew ecterlne Landtriped intlMV'' healing Nine Iwi rloae tpiAir 9 he d rooma. t,-«hs^ xidwa 
Mkin Owner irnniterrvd Fhoog* afil ahooplng renire Hurry mm. eibine* O'Awik Sptadd ba'S 

W\* *.**:* i*_ [ anft phASaa mu* i w » **!**■ **• *_— • r,.i- ” v _ . 


4«M DOWN-FOffR ROOMS AND **‘*rcw eclerine Landtriped iat'R‘11''' haaMna Nine lai rloae idl(&r 
»raae Rear RoekBi High- 2?'*’* Owner irhniterrvd Fhoo#! •*'*l**'»*"'* •"•FPlng renire Hum mm 

Owadro- Fanneni* 4M Frlco’ •' ***•*• Bo aaenU 1 «'»<»’• f*'** mn coMra for conn 

41.404 MeC^^a. am '2^ ~ .'Hatter aod dalnling Down par- and 

For" XvT«n - *v"r!*ala “•.H* 'I ** 22? •• •*• FuU vrlco, 4JIJ«4 acre 

rwri. cv 3-4111 ty XV 4-MM. I dr odU td mlgt Ivaa. XV 4-«47«. Ro M«OU. XV 3 I4M. 


•wew»iw •••••• t fwn. «*BQI|frr 53 'CVIIl 3'D«M0 

and ehooM ybitr own coWira for ennm fu'i errnen! NaaetnaM. wwM 
planer aod palnling Down par- and enal rumacw. Skuated on g hilf- 


(UXSXM, 



no!*«;ps roR «?alf i.io nm-fiRq for rat.r'im ifoi'SKs for fSAi.F iiw hoi’^iw for ^ai.f 


IM ROrXKR FOR «Af.E IM ROrSRR FOR SALE 1W ROI’RES FOR SALE 


IbUii (tnlantst 2 § 

S«n 4 «v. Navam^v 2 J, IfSS 


B.C. LAND 

& Investment Aqcficv Lto 


WESTERN 


F. N. Cabeidu 


P. R. BROWN P. R. BROWN TOWN & 


ISLAND 


JOHN BLAIR LTD 


i.*ll truad )HrM( 


HOSIfB LTD 


151 COt’NTBT HOMES 
«mr FEOFEBTHS 


620 VfCW- 


TMVtSTMeKT-CO tTO- 

Til KOHT ST. ev 4-7IM 


COUNTRY 
HOMES LTD 


TWO REASONABLY 
PRICED HOMES 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


LAKE HILL 
$500 DOWN 


ROWIANO HEIGHTS 
SPACIOUS 5 ROOMS 
IMMACULATE* 


ROCKLAND 

AVE. 


$1500 DOWN 

3270 TENNYSON 


REVENUE 


SALT SPRING 
ISLAND 


1923 Ouodra St. 

"I'AnKiNo ho rnobL£ 3 <~ 


WATCH THIS 
SACRIFICE 
SAVE $1400 
FORCED SALE 


o.'rM.r la mik bvaulKui )- 

Ti’ ftff <(tkKa (MMakiW 

• rnntit aiih ntkl»oi.anir |>«nri 
n tirvp.aic «r*i‘ UtKa (tlnlAg 

i lailKMiin •>ll> c«im* 

T Mlait liatn bnaraii a«4Pp« 

.1 iHiaM anu laa'itai. 

'rird t.iMi -4ir' 'iMl ir and 

“vm Ai<«>tiril laraar 
' •••' ;al n Aof) 'ma«ba 
»i>l ! I* iiiiNx'ti'air j-»i- 
I- Jf‘t • • • VI. a- in« 

*Mi 11'* iii'ina .• icktiianii- 

P'l k'li iwai Ur* in 


A t'*w| Kmm> wan ml hmi annaU' 
"■t ot t 2 kuHa *>n arraiiwl 

aiih t in>Mn kuiU ut tmi ria>m 

(»r a 4 U|i*i>a>ai mjiu l*r«';N>n> ii> 

K.airf rrmai kira ^ i »> 

tvctf) F«uliXh«vnt> ^IZ.ZUv 
I'tMtw Ib'rran Caiiika 
CM 7 -MU 


• rMtaa, otj h«»t. dikianra 

"... _ $6460 

N«. S 

I raoRik. kraad n*» kiiibaa. Urga 

• I O0« doan. $6450 

Cali Mrk rrodya KV ] 1174. 
H<« BV 9 4«A] 

RHODODENDRONS 
PLAYFAIR PARK 

Han I* •• HiUiandLAi • ravai 
huRKiihiW aUh ■iiaciHuk touM> 


aod lit pa* miNitn buv» iMa !• 
MMNi 'Miikiia in l^ka Hili larta 
b" atilt (tail itaa* 
r«l| Pm. a 

f. J Daliar RVl-mi 

r-*i sv $- 4 iaj 


■iipartor Bdlli ) nadroofn hAtna In 
a aBMra laiailain kaitaiv 
U>lat rn«a aiib <in«o.itui Ud «i*a 
ar tha ktraiia and avai«nuirt Urtt 
dinlug raoBi. r««jaai tut biii>.*n. |«u 
lain alia badroom and 4 pt-a i. > it. 
rratm d«wrn. 5 lailrtn. .it.nta ‘"'• 
hathfiwKn u(i RaiN-.l avn iIh k I's. ' 
Mklot fiiaaljr landaraoMt fairtan * 
OB bai-aatar haai. itkav r*ii«t ks 

$18,900 

Tn «iaa <■» Sir Clamai..*, 

*V» J4JJ Ra. BV 4 Mi-.. 


Oaa Hunt Prpn Vktorta 
Oai a»>aai>aHad noa. Baa aitr 
talarMon ah dMirabla praparUaa. 
aaiarfroBt Inu and aaraaira. raai- 
dar.raa. (anna and kvMnaaaaa Par 
laliabia inlbmaiKn oa all tba 
Oulf Ulanda rofiiaai 

BAIT 4lpmNO LANOB ITD. 
rnona 47. Oangaa. i* C 


SOUTH 
OAK BAY! 


$5700 


2000 SO. FT 
"7 ROOMS" 
'ONE FLOOR' 


l.iaadrooia banfaiaa aa kakamtnt 
A itMmail* (til (urnara. rural ara* 
|>tir*il tn •*•■ al mil* IT MM Ta'Ri* 
Call Mr Aaaa BVI-JT44 antUin* 
liriuai'a 


CHRISTMAS 
AT HOME" 


DUPLEX 

$1500 DOWN 


MonURJI IK-MK 
Imtlititma Ml haaanwnlt 
.-i.aa* nllbtn ktniia rirrta. 


A MODERN 


■JQAK BAY NORTH 


EXCLUSIVE 


baibruoM. 
liiiRg room and 
cooin lo tia*aa>ani, cwvarad paiM 
aim antiMK* duor i» dinmv lOum 
aummaOr a.l -tiui air naat. Oaan 
na«ina Up UUnd *7CA 

HraMtitabla iarm* '^lO./DU 

Call W p Uttrliaa BV ).1H4. 

Hr* k'V 4-«M7 

TWO HOUSES 
OAK BAY 

ucruifeivi LiB-iiNoa 

^ 1 b«fui»ma b'iB 

rmri prdfoom 

ant" aalad ataiciAar aovd *.«a 
IMtpa loi.a atih au*.' 

aU* dinioi loeia, (tifu baU all 
Mak litmr* a |■la■r ba'bimitn W*li 
buill hi<*nr aim lull baarmimi. 
auiomallt roal tinker anil driti 
In aarara Heit.r alluated i-n 
Isrt* lui It4aui baaullluiU 
landarpad 

IMMACULATE 

$ 1 ] 1 r \0 Tao-oadronai ki,., 

I I > I \J\J fava no ba.rtuant 
Bntarl kil> hrn dinim roun. all 
«ai flAtir. Ii«tn| ruom aim fl'a 
plarr 'Bktfa «it), him** aiil 
tn »oll rkrpria In Prrtrnum. nra 
Ihl* raar roailpr rrail* »V«>i'o4(rra 


beai'lalor liieplacea In Aiirarilva snnuul* d*'|iari|ia 

“ lar«t linithed CHy. 

kuil laVa 
l*n'e)e Mra 


3 -BR BEAUTY 


_ ptif •.,in. 

•ea tbia loaaiji y-mnai. mmlrm A Mbmi-ic 
bama VACANT Ml'BT HB *OU» «V i MU 
O-O-M A-c haanni tikua lot 
tb« r R. aitowN iioN Baua 
TWMB in ( 1 o -r 

baaeaiani ^ I Z/ / 

Pbara R K HiiU. 

BY»-IO«. tea. BV ).M1I 


4i'ua'e<l nn a B'' |*4*e«l nail • *a 

let* a>'n<*i4 anti al-i<v* <* 'm* m 
i.phUul. 7*rer iiil n< *|rrn InindAli a 
•a trmg and nie^ at a i bran tnl 
b'r in <• «m<p' a nitM. *TM* lu>nir 
It fully muiiBled • It luit Li-»i- 
■aithl a'Al'M* twk fl'*** li.<nc 
fintn I7tl.' Kitnan Ulr lirepltt*- 
id'’i.i<al Mll.tirp a*! . 7 Bt' r >ml 
n*->n* i.l J>l.ltl>l»m-1R laa'inr. 

•*rit«e» Tla> dat'li-n t* JarM.nl 
oral .a«i.l*i e|»<1 I' i» hit al >'< vuti 
pr 'rid tn fa.* prnra.ap li la i.. 
tla* t niTSTANniMi nAIlUAtN at 
TIlK l*»W l.tiW l•Kl^E OFA173M 
••A a'liat'ikp ttrma. R-nf me ivu. 
r J Wll,UA't< rV»«4l NrM^h. 

arkirtf. .drrutlliet Vlfi'Uia |.M 
aikl melii an aptarn'menl M aa« 
a -mlritui KiiOt* 


C. Jahraua. 


2 PRAIRIE 
COUPLES 


r** B mptwA 
'*t.* 


BOORMAN'S 

TODAY'S 

BEST 

BUY 


MT. TOLMIE 
4!/2%-NHA 


WANTBD lUMROlATirtT POR 
IHCHK PBOPI.B WHO HAVf JUST 
ARMIVCO IN TOWN NrW'KR OR 
Ol-oen 3 OR ).BBOIUX>M HOMBS 
IHFY AHr UVINO IN AN AUTO 
COUBT AND MOST t-OTAT* 
OPicKir cAix NOW roH m. 
MroiATM tNMPitrnoN jomnnt 

JAMKS OR .'ACK MTDOt.CTOM. 
wrinPHN HOMBS LTD. tV 3.1147 
ANVTIMB 


NOT ANOTHER CENT 


Ya*i 4on't h*vt (g vn# ptr.r.f 
•liar you no** in (hi* . r-mr 
JMirdald. U II tn prrirci rs;..i«i.nt 
li haa )l-(l llting arri j - ng 
ronaa vUh lirtplatr Mr. ant immI 
• rn klceban. 3 ig* padiuiHnk. i>«in 
vi<b VMiiy and a lui: be*anitu' 
*llb pkf oil haai 4l)d (Poprr (la* 
•alar tank Tha let i* niiaii ui.ii 
•*apad and tbfra n % ’aee*a r 

L‘Z„Tr*”*“ $11,900 

To *lt« Uua »«<. itita ■ ng 
Plaata call Allan MrOiiUtiar 
r\' » 3433, Re* *V 3 tg*p. 


»■»*« If. dr*M itiir 4-pl.-.* Prn>- 
brua* liaih.iHjit. Bit'l aiMiltfr 3- 
bn ' r pnadat riuitM ..ii .»rna t|o«i 
C-'iii*ai<>l .(aiiaa. in .(larioua ui>- 
linikbad iiiMiatr* empta tiiair li.r 
3 a*' 4 tktra t.Miini Tlir*a* rao- 
nar Bipinr rt.*cd .riiina* and 
l.attt inaulaiiOD An|>rot l$i)d In 
A*"<T' ’ir liaii .Mni.rrt bl*.. i>i>r 
'•H'-t r, lie* aa'I-lti nail <ar|irt 
iforiian Mindt ait militdad 

1 ...*r • hatrinaiK allti Oll-O- 

'l*':i I'l'iiiirr i'rf|ipa' *i«riru hnt 
ta**' 'Milk ••it'tna. «pa«e v<th 
Ui'iidrv tra.a <in fat* *icr ttlUli* 
I- nn nmlii i i.uld l>« a 

l.'jiLh nailiM>i<i> WliPia l.akFinrol 
o<a*'"*<l t*M 01* raciaaikiB 

runm f.’.ii' )»niii j i gaiacf 
pUk'.rrrt and Kreird Var* 
"I't am .tidk a'l fiiirrd aub 

li-* -'..pif nail In }r„o» ia«nt. 

■ ■ '-.I!'.: luindrrdi nt biilna 

J"‘ “ ‘ »nd "a'l liail a riirarn 

Ir-il! '>*«* (b-|ir«r» It «<ra«brr- 
#!• Tliafr •« a larir I-kmifti 
aA<t4ii.,e ei.,i ai'i.ar* .parr *1(11 
r.i^rn- iK- r j- , ,i„», a|| 

' 1 r. • '..n tni4 tligp- 

P.- * a.aa r i r* arrat I...» 

■ U'd . ara •. . at. tiit 
a I- I* IdO l.i uttij'iar* at. a 
.*■■1 t’. tM" mu 1* a 

* i-r.. , t-a,. tl : ft. an »t. 


..Aliki tk 
III II : L'P 
llOJtOr 
AM* AT* 
•I • 'I MS 


PLASTERING 
NEXT WEEK 


•I." mCBl.t; 
l:'.»».tit,* a.'* 

NOoU I-. 
lAHt'.B I'.drm ' 
ki-.-.i' I..-- • 

li<r . «ii- I' > « 

11 Y h.a.M . 


OAK BAY 
ADJOINS UPLANDS 
;OLF COURSE 


FAIRFIELD 

Livability With a 
Distinctive Floir 

TTia n»nari el mia tnaa:., «iia. .Kut 
taoma bate baan iran*irrrrd a.‘-i 
vuai a*II It rMUltia nl l brdicnt 
an m* afcood Ia*a.. aa >. a-'t. a 
larg* radar iinad .lo-n iv, . 
Door ronalfia «l a. ia.14 (d< 
rr (ua<t air* riH .ab r>c k.l 
«Hh dining apa. p and 4-p.r • 

Thr lull rrmeni h«« at . 

BCMUiiU HW beatii.g ^-atam and 
doubla iaundrv iaS> An a"*r.-rA 
garagt and ai'rarUtaly |an? ai>r< 
irdunda cemplat# me : : ' a ' 

TOx $11,700 

vnii reatonaata temi* Km t 
••rtieuura and appninttnarti 
*le» rail Rnna W>b»: BV J ;tj 

or Rta BV S >4Ji 


NHA 

S1974 CASH 

SPARKLING NEW 

$13,500 


EXCLUSIVE LISTir,G 

$10,950 


OAK BAY SOUTH 


I HAVE A CLIENT 

tCTRlNU 3 t HCDROnll 


Dh «0 fuitiiirrl 1:314 
Baianrp 113 44 pet ma 


' -$24,800 

I V t t • ' 1 an. itu.i 

>AL BAY BORDER 
■*’!‘*LEX EXCLUSIVE 


1 YEAR OLD 
STUCCO 

SIDE-BY-SIDE 

DUPLEX 

Full 

Basements 


WIDOW 
SACRIFICES 
HOME _ 


NEW NHA 
$13,750 

UNIVtRtlTY A~e/V 


URGENT 


HlOH CLKAN 4 N.HtM-H ' 
II MW * taat .'Id ilMtto hMtia 

ladar.italed and tiaor* .* ' 
RaaaMMi. a«aa«a Wua*. 
ranaa and hei aairr .eanu** 
(utr-a.e lintn*dla‘-a tina>aa>i.'n 
i>ak riuwra and llrrplact ir> u. 
mg rtMJtn abM dining a*aa in 
r 'rnert Tllr a.M re.»i nflp.k "■ 

» .<< 1 . ai i.nn.T na< Ia(‘ i«»n 
'•Qm l*a Q..l<k *•> P.*a*r <*' 
M- tcDbaid Tbainat •' 0> 

ia> Maeki* end (« aiU Kt.*' 
ftinn* IV 4 7131 'Rr* kV 1 tea'.- 


4n-ir>T MAR 14 Mb rARH 
WANTR RBVKNUB tdUrT HAVg 

«miii *wio%a* 9tm Bcir cwu* 

lACK RROWN rv 4-ai34 HKS 
rv 4 tau KBMRBRTON HOI MM 
LTD IM) OOVCRNUCKT BTFIBBT 


CITY 


DUPLEX 

4 RMS DOWfrMkUP 


ran ai|ff»*' 3 badrpwm* 
fu.I bMPPitr: Ni.a 

•a CIA CAA 


•eparaia bath. up«’*.; 
D'«ncd includat ga* 1 
aa'e. Mucc« OU rag' 
tn*‘.!aiad t-i'i ernirr 

tVxible garage d 

pvtL mice 4 
Rtiao* r RrheroadB. 

Rat BV 3 «3ii. 


H A HUMBER LTD 

asd \ ,*« A r.pi B\ 2 a: 


PROFfSSlONAL 
MAN'S HOMr 


DUPLEX 


MINIATURE TUDOR 


VBRY ATTRA'-nVB NfW S-RKD- 
ptintn hnmp full bin" Oil Itral 
I'-« dann pavmrn. m a'a niHial 
rar way b* arrapUrl at ribpn pat 
man. Call Ma W'i|M aRa attt 
I t na« Tailor l>ri<’al i.td 


t nonM rOTTAOr IN TOWN 
Tk.Apt f vm .e.ti bi’a.-c. 13 
Jiu at aaa madi’ni* hppi, f.>r rima 
n*frr r*». "• rv 3 UT) 


BOORMAN 
INVESTMENT CO, 
LTD. 


SPLIT LEVEL? 

HIGH 

LOCATION? 

OIL HEAT? 

DOUGLAS hawkes 

IK P:fAL ESTATE 

tb- larga raa tlae aiubrn a.m _ 

8 I 7 A Fort St EV 4-7128 


HIGH QUADRA 

LAKE HILL 


Daily Astrolo 


f flTTj, 


IMIV rnF^ 


S 7000 — S 1500 DOWN 
$70 PER MONTH 


GOOD NEIGHBORS' 


LAKE HILL 
RANCHER 


I-- '•* 1- I ; ,* I fa.: Jrriri'i* 

♦ - ■'* Ja*a M dd'a.en 

rv a*enino rv 3-dtil nr 

<in a-t’. , 

BUILD NHA 
NO 

DOWN PAYMENT 

ij ...I r." r| f-,«n na«i* r.p Aill 
drtailt cal' r J ibit.r FV 2in$7 
E>^ KV »4I(*» 


N"rr>*k ktpnlarl up r l.mikil | havp 
'be n ikneg* .4 aaiUng real etiaia 
in lb*a iik-au(l.*dl ruy id, N*lciidia. and 
a< a >e» Vl*b*“» " 1 ha%a 

mar.y <AiI-df t-wn ‘ lamiltea tti'li 
g-ad d'Nra rnympida rr ALt. CAM. 
>r .t'Ai are ibinkli.r *4 aailmt nrip 
ma V**ale Ihear lamilias and dn g 
*;r»af Nn,gr>..r • karvire Tall MKA. 
'•JMI**"’*. KVh44r; 34-hr aarvu-e. 

Stn-untlea cd VteimB 


SI NDAY, NOV. 2.1 

Totl.iy g Quotation; 'Tf jou would ronvtnm r man 
’i-ai hi* dook wrnns. do iiRht. Mrn will b**tirve what 
tlie> wi*. U't Ihrnt .see.’ - Hrnn* Thorrou. 

.Sund.Hy fur Kv4>i>one .Scok to makt.* (tiig n f|uirt. 
IN»n..*ful day. Umtt 4'\p«iuluuref. Read. Pdax, cateli 
up with (V)rrt*Npondrhi r nr vi<il5 to iho'tt* who arr old. 
or Jn nned of somr chmring up Shun opposition. In* 


3 a- rai and a 2 *i<k]r>eun hungaln** 
I', tea** irfd I'.ki the Itr-evriv y.-j 
iiB'e I>*an ara.'. f.ing fi.i A. niM T. i 
RKBATWr.. Mialy u< ak^TiMng pn-l 
<« eat. lermt. W'iNTH tsVKSTt 
•JATl*«; Call I.THKL HARVEY 
EV 5-C74I >r EV $'43«a Ntrihueat. 
r'P r---'ur;'iai •< \ki-A*a 1^4 


GORGE WITH 
SWIMMING POOL 


OAK BAY 
LANSDOWNE 


METCHOSIN 


ESQUIMALT 3 plus 2 ‘ j 

IkgtnfflaM. prat l-roon budiaiu* 
imng raetti iUia hiutian dlaing 
rtmni itiU bedroom 3'«all. 
3 piece balhrOMi Batepirnl bed- 
atiiing room mid kiuban-dia.ng 
room 1U14 uumr rottn. S-piera 
balhrepn. 13 m aa«n 433 

$6950 

AiM Pag* EV3I741 or KV 1 I$I4 
NartbariVern Seruriiyei at VlcUrta' 
(.XI . «)l Taiat m 


harmoit.v. 

laMU r«ir Vmir BIrthdiUr and Rlrthhign Ba*lt»w 
March 21 to April in 'Ant'd. t-Jludc arili 
which may tax the bankroll or cau§c damact* to 


$2500 DOWN 

130 HOMER ROAD 

MT. VIEW 


Wonted in the Gorge 

A email. ;hedrn.en l•unBal(nr butt 
»n Ibe b*i Can m. ngan Pieaai* ral 

t»A4>lt«ra tbX'^irab »•# mmm.. _ 


C.N. Montague 

CO tm 

lait blap.r.atd at rort IV «-l)|| 


tmmaeilaie 3 yr ataern bu' c 

pming IbtelT Ul »itri rp g* 
•ae aiac hii atm dinlna ii.arr ) 
apaci*im bedrma and 4 pre batt, 
0«k ll««ra ttarpugneut Pull b«nu 
•II boat and dr in garag* Ui 
madlata po aapa ahlon A.NKtNil 

^TT«.i, .. $10,850 

npD* o Uaoer. rv 3 2433. Hn 
iV3.33Bg. 


Brown Bros. 

AGENCIES LIMITED 

1174 BLASailAND BTHEIT 
UBMOPN pr\L 4 T4TP nOAflO 
WYMiiru MrinpfK 
IL*^JM1 ».i:iiiAU 

JU'ST COMPLETED 
30 FT LIVING ROOM 


FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 

r«'*»n A'* A arakU.Uk giuul. 
antd h.'Oi* 1 blorka frbm 
•i * a>4 p*'t Betuira'e anirancei 
A • in ab rndld rondillps Mr* 
...|>|yer i.'r'tg Awtuipatie haa: 
Ihf*. nani'.'mk up. 3 bedroom* 
e<.k„ r eaira ibWB 

' 'a; ^ 1 . -»r\r". 


$450 

DOWN 

JUBILEE AREA 


WANTED 

UP-AND-DOWN 

DUPLEXES 

Have ctidbU. need aeveraj duptesM 
riMW UA 

UCOHCB RA.AIt>ALL LUItTED 
I3M Opoalaa Bt. Pbooa BV 4.dlB 


OFFERS 


illBlpnrr. 

I June 21 lo July 22 tCiinccri- Be dlbcrmlne. Judl- 
ciouA. tnalyticBl about ronccniBl ttm you form. 

July 21 to Au|f- 22 (Leol- Retain thr rstrrm of 
other*; veer away from revi.«lons which may damage 
ynur aiatu*. 

Aub- 23 lo Sept. 22 iVirgot- Walt until vou ran 
see your way clearly before oblieatlnfc younielf. Ad- 
just to rliRitge. 

Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 <Llbrat Review monetary 


Older airW S-*!ara* bpma tn 
goMi (andiitra Double plumblnc 
Ineal ravesua t»««una Por (ull 
pnrtiruUr* rail no* R asmb 
ORT-ma r Malint IV4-3«1* 
Wa«t-rp Mnmr* tad BV 3-3147 


•«;in lamit' $8200 

ESOUIMALT 
GORGE PARK AREA 
New— Just About Rccdvi 


INCOME 
$ 1,200 DOWN 

Rkiar-r ** >fp’ riaar iilla 
Nina t-ww* 1 b''>i*a**ap.nt tuitrt, 
1 at'- ntn ..nit* Rang** | up 3 
A'a*. FrA'---» rnndlli.'n Ona- 

::: * $7500 

Ur Rai.t rv t 1314 BV 3-3m 
Baciutiaa 


411 Tn* 1B-YBAR-0I,0 bun. I DUPLEX 

t aloar, rnouinlng 4 larga lonai* ■ 

Inti attraetlaa firmUr* in ll«tng BtOE-BV aiDB IP good i*railan fog 
I mom viib itlaai TV cornar and CAan CUCNT CaAinct Mr Kap. 
'ample arare (or 3 chaaiarrialda. bum. BV 4-*134. rtm. BV3-T0M. 
laie Ktirhan baa blue and yaUe* 

Iliad link «lth Raiobo* flMr. 3 
' tnaaiar.tiae bedroom*, full dning 
'mnn. Tbit Vivaly bama it wailing 
, (nr r«ti In m«ea Into. U i« bright, 
coay, cpmfnrubl*. abtoluiaW *pp|. 

I let*, Bbd a iruir daltgblful bona 
in all reapect. c«i*tdar lata 


'rr- «rn - -rtaniani 
O U*' r b- al- t‘..-r 
►*•1 e» **'* 4H»n *.* 
m» tan *'-^r* * 
n-....!' in t . ai 


OCHMl 


•Mr* la n nimpua room. nir*iv ’ wa' *.| n *■ -• 

nnubad in wood pnb<>.4a« wiib bill h##.ma. i, n: l aa' •! a 
tn ncowa uc (Up ccnuia AU ot lae* nfti n ltfiHh.,i , , 

PHteS of nelv '^y/Uv ku'*llvUI./n rKwa in I ■ . 

with larmi Tn elaw plaate call the park Tl.i* .* a .la- * ,• 
5f*» Water. BV4-1433 Rat ph a diriftg a>.n m iSr r 
»V ft-MJj Arthit MarloB. • $rry uiF/ol dir-c i 

Hei. MV 3*0il7a rf» . gfw4 

► ,ii tf. 1 o ' 

QUESTION 

^ t.an 7lr • .1 

HAVE YOU JUST 
ARRIVED IN TOWN> 

Do »p« want lo t«ka immadin.p ^ . v ,,i 
•nttaation nf a Ibeelp 3.r»nn mod T A 
•rn^ngalow imlp 8 raara e!4>7 I / \ T I 
Laf^llring r«<MB with fIrapUra. 

»irV diblDf rpwm. kllchan, 3 bad 
rbomi. full bboement. drie* In 

f ir age. b«l ntr pipad lirating 
alecirlg bot water unk< TKHUe 

_ . $9500 

Pb»na n. K. HUU. BV 8 3U8. Raa 
BVJ.MiL 


PBMBBRTON, HOLMSB LTD. 
1M3 OoeernacBt BtrM'. 


GORDON 

HEAD 


OAK BAY 
5 ROOM STUCCO 
FULL BSMT. OIL HEAT 


EVERY DAY 

Bnyrra are lookiag tar bomm af 
all alar*, lypea asd dlamcu. 14 
cwW be rpura po call Cm 
Pearce, BV I 441). Browp Brea. 
Aganciat Lid 1138 BlaBahard. 


Nov. 22 to E'er. 21 tS«|tit(Briu*i v«...«rr 

peace and tninquiiily; take no action which car at down pavmani Mutt 

rau.de bickering or ph>'Blral dLiromfort. itV 4 %«n wnimV*’***' 

, Dec. 22 lo Jan. 19 (Cnprlcom* Find pleasure In . - 

company of loved one*. Take no chance*, however. aeerT®M?^^.*d‘jJua’^ ty>u 
J an. 20 to Feb. 18 t Aquartu.*) - Head off any < u*caia<i m 

negative note or 4en5e of atraln In the huatle and rreaLMne^LSoml 

huatie about yon. < morn, romblnttlpn elrctnr kitebra 

Feb. 19 to March 20 iPiace*> Pa/nper iho*e In ^bm«.ta^S•'^Th^"^n«^‘* p*S^^ 

your locale a bit; they'll want plenty of notice. Avoid .V' ‘.V** Rreptace. and{ pairii.id Realty. 

* ^ rfRcMTIffNl' Ifl Olllf^MAV HI nAMifTS^TII I 

being tardy. ^ 

Planning ahead -Hood for entertainment, *ocia- 
bilily, etc.; November 28. 29; daytime of December 


MOVE RIGHT IN 


r«n.. ■ li' no ;*>*gr $ liedmnfaf. Imr<lw«w<d 

l.nn-iilt ailaai'd. iirepa'-a Pii i i«a*r*«-M. 

*. (rriw :* and 'rkn*. H»ty« . •* tnnigr Mo* -aa'rr hea* 
4&brrik I'hM fgJWM l-mer mrner M IP I’-'il dWrMt.i 


' : gv k-i?7i I *• EV 1-TU3 

RETIRING? 

t< ;m fuiWv ,Aii ran $>■•* 

'•T M l, rwMaga ll i* >«iu- 

>1.1. f u i»*p Ml •. --Fr'iidad 

tl tackx'i n( ; brdranwik. Hur'-ahl* arm 1 ACitK h'gh taM. 
FNMni wKh (iraptM*, pire 4 roipt* |.,ut ^C<-lC/t 

n 4 |.r ha«h Low ta**« CaM« jDZDU 


Tn ' •*'* *• I O W rh-*Hrn 
KV 4M1* KVS-38M 


DALBY & CO 


SPITTAL 


ftni fvaia and Inauranrg 

1010 Blanshord 
EV 3-6241 


ALL CASH 

For 1'bedrp«4W bama haMPtenl, 
pil baai aarludad Oak Bar RuUi 
K Huirbaatm BV * 1314. OR 
C. N Monugue Co 


$8100 


tMM'milAl.ZONED 
MASK.MKNT OIL W.-uld 

.'Vrr;*'^* $5250 

biuh r. . 

KV 4-»Jtl. OR ■ 3))4 


4i-W Kill. ... rv • ant. 

R*- :V»«S'4 

NEARING 
COMPLETION 
EXCLUSIVE LISTING 
150 HAMPTON ROAD 

A r«<ii«r < ftti iiuntalnw rns« 
'* r.ipa * rfHima high foil comrnt 
h*rri wt’h dr-la ■•rap*. 0 ll- 0 > 
M« i' h"4 <K lurna-i- Thi* bnut* 
will ron'ain nir* iHina r.nnn wlih 
rp >ti;iu«n itBi: s a'WMi «>** iw*t. 

>nn«auirpt kiwhan. 4 pc 
Hail.rpi Tarnu ran na artanaed 
an.' fall « 1 A A^ 


WEST VIEW 


OAK BAY 

SEA VIEW 


Ml WAirntD OROBRT: Per buaU 
naaa caacuiiv*. a-badroMB home la 
OAR BAY pr HIOM QUADRA. 
Mut« have 9 baltarpoma, dan and 
dmi&g apacf. oil boi-waUr beat. 
A|* n« dbatacte it in good rondU 
tmn. Down parmaai 83.b00. oaontb* 
Ir ptrmant llbg 

•3) R***npe proprrUag In aU dl^ 
trlrl* clirn'a watUng 
IP TOO wiu TO *Rt4. AKO CAN 
kIBBT Tin ABOVB RKOtmtl. 
MBNTS pMaM cgll Ur Agar. 
.ION* mjvm LTD.. BV 3.K743 aay- 
tifflt dar pr nigbi. 


EXCLUSIVE I 

164 SIMMS AVE. 

Immediote Possession 

TERMS 1 ^; 

PLBA.RB aCB TRIB tiSVrRLT 'if,, 
B-roewi modara bungalow. BEWETl -ruM 
CONRBCTBD. Thorn la no dmibt i 
abovt Ik, UiM ta an aarrpiinnai , 
borne, Taa awa U to *oura*lf i« I 

KTici. $950T 

COORTBSr TD ALL AriBNTB 
rtWQP R B. Nina. BV ».303; 
raa. SV 3-Mll 


RV nWNKR. n*3iv 1 YRAR4U.D 
amarl lum-ionp aiiir«*> loinpaWHk. 
|H•«■nw*rr .111 ma'iM. nak tliawa. 
(irrfUB.f in li'iju nvim. rumtaia 
h«m piu« (I'lM badrtmn m Iwtr- 
mam. drlkwin ganig*’- PVd'Y larot- 
waiMSl wmi anriuaad {«ll*k laanlatrd. 

(0 handle. Ro atmta. pleaar 


Anta 


I C*. P**ft# TV 3.4TJI 
I n*- rv 8 M3I 

I TERRIFIC VALUE 

GORDON HEAD 

t^nr lot lanch-tijrla ^•■n«a Varr 
l*Tr* lltIRg inotn llfpplaca Wall 
biitiird M. rriiing pUn'M dlwina 

• IV* wi.h fPHliooang «all cab alac 
kiiihm with nnob an.i inaea tor 

loa-har and drrar 3 gPOd-Miril 
li..t'n.-m* 4-pc balhroom with 

• anlt* full kiard btml Willlamt 
k'i.,imalia fill turnakc. larga runa- 
PM* room t'AHhad In manoganr 
Tbu bomr I* titualad im '« arra 
and la nKalt landiCBpad m lawn* 
khntbt. rn>r* nr Blark'ap 
fl".a Tin* PBCBLIXNT VAI UB 
WITtr OPVKROUB e 1 C CAA 

unuB Af J I 3,0UU 

Ptaa*r **k tar Ml laiw-an ■ K**t , 

- -- ,jy J 


CLOSE TO CITY 
CENTRE 

Moi • 1 'dr''>pa a-onmUiw 


COLWOOD- ALBKRT NBAD 
MrmiOBIN DISTRICTS 
Mr rlieni rcgulrtf a 4 at l-mo* 
hoiM. baaaffiani pretarrad. Larga 
M or acraaga a miMi Up lo 
8II.BM with 14.001 raab. Plaaaa 
caU 

Mr Carailiiiaal; 
ova*. BV 4-7300 

ALFRED CARM1CRABL *_CO LTD 
1330 Brnad Birawt A 4 7141 


Can Hal w-ir’*' c'aiMa 

EV I ■'•Ok 4.i,*i 

KV4-mai »;v j'lW-'. 


<i -r garflrn 


BOOTH OAK NAY 


THE ROYAL 
TRUST CO. 


ACREAGE FOR SALE 
IN ROYAL OAK - 

,(.f ,,,r,airir r a.-*a *d la<td all 

ift-.-L >)i: t; He 7*<itm- 

Ml. LLiv.l nr Mr* Crl/Mht. 


MIA 

112 780 

JVntV SlrphaiH 


tn nOWN. KI LL PRICT 

Ptaako rail Rn*- Criwn rg 
EV 4-WM -anvitma. 
44 . RV 4 BIOL 


RIB DICSni THB DIAL OOCTORI 
Hallino a now or aider bama. !■ 
compoiltioa with mra SomoL M 
olian dltflrwU- Bp arranging )aai 
lha (igbi (ini nr taranj akcrtgago. 
wa BBT ba able la lall raqr homo 
(or a murb higbtr prtca rail ua 
(or adrlra Dtrtla * Oil port 
Rrrgt EV9-4n?. gtae. RV LaBM. 


tag roMW WKh (iroolAca. 3 pro .. 

hoib. largo klUhon. (ir noorlng. . nirg g-rnom aimro bungatnw. 
Fbl] haaotnobi DatwM r«of rorllL*"*'f* Vlriorw Nigh 

wortlculari and larmi phona A ContMiing o( thrn.i*h 

Marion BV l-MO: Raa RV I OOgt ' L*.*' • 'l»'"» '*•<«" a-rafal# 

TOLL enCAA mom. kllchaa j bailr<iema 

wftirm ^zDUU ^'1 bnMptant Ori»<-ln larar* 

.... -r '''' oil hni-air hrallag •J.OdOdnwn 

IbaUnca at oi flA aaa 

ESTATE SALE a. 

1264 MONTROSE AVE company 

Baalbla 80 - 7 aar.oldhp.n. auu.iM ”*» Ootamm.nl Ri KV 3-4174 
high and drv In a good roaldanllal, Kvanlnga EV 3 -I 7$3 

proa Obmnrtaaa tarfa IJI and ON, I , 

•pblppi kUobtn. 3 badrooanA a*k; 

pmn bart wa 4 ar baoling. full' OAk RAV ^PPriAi 

fenaameni. dnra-ln garagt DAT brtV.IAL 

IftMaropH eomer )PL OOalltO.Ara reit gHling dUrouragad lnok« 
aa>ki ha a>M i««aO(. lf,al 0 , 1 , 04 , hungaiow at 

k rakaanabie prirr' Wall i«ara li 
lal I ritenu MQtro rmiirviriton, 
cpfnplpiair rada««:a(ad in*tda and 
oat, full baaamrnt. dnr« in garag*. 
NA hrat. alatirtr IfW tonir nira 
gardm with truila. Low laiao and 
rtaaonabla tarnu tf b'^aMar* V».i 

rani beat tl tlARnn 


4080 ORANUR RO 


KV J-444' 

GOOD BUY 
$4950 

|((*ia )* a tliiaa-room ho4n* with 
'hk.amriH rkhia In atera* and aa- 
iratimi (tu* karnaa. idaoi m, 
mtiBia nr immalor' 
pall pflra 

Plaair a«k fnr k . 

PVI-4M7 or BV 8-4771 


'NEW— NHA" 
$1985 DOWN 
3 BEDROOMS' 
"BASEMENT" 


COUNTRY nOBfKS 
MNl PROPRBT 1 KR 


CHRISTMAS 

SPECIAL 


HAVE YOU A HOttBK THAT tl 
dUtarantt 1 have a rluni witB 
13.000 down who U rager t« bur 
a 3 btdroam bama Phona Mra. 
tming at Dougina Hawkog M Co., 
I17A port It BV 4-7130. o/Ur 
hourt. BV 8 3041. 


SEA VIEWS 

SECLUSION 

Ara ran Imaklnf tor a niro imoi ta 
apand pour raUramantt TTiU 
•portotti Aoaa or I rooma with taU 
aamani boaamanl. porbaga bawl- 
ing. aw wiUi lt« arrtt of rich 
tartlla garden tend migbl bo Rui 


$4950 


Yt.ii r*., r*i...r in m IM* aiirarM** 
honig Ilia (i'i< *t(k m liarni.tiar 
lb It iiiing tm.iii witli ii.valv 
*l*a 3 (flwmt Vrilrmimt P*n-iifoka 
Mii(i and a btaii'itui "L -Uiarail 
ki*. hrn wiih mbltngan? raMoaia 
•n.i tarar dintag araa Pull huh 
■•••ainttii all bra' i|ii{a fnr t'l'*'- 
pii ririia-in , garog* ravrnruta 


Yaa (an mava right in ta tbit 8- 
room bunga*ow wiin thru ball 
plan TMa U a real bright rhaat- 
lui boma with lull bakamant. Inr- 
naca and aaparale oaraga. flo** in 
larailon #*7nCA 

Pull prtra J/VMJ 

Pirata call MAR JOHNSTON. 
NbMhwaaiarn BrrarlUaa af Viciaru 
Lid BV 1-1741 or BV3-80M. 


HAVB YOU A TWO BBONM NOM« 
IP Cadbora Bar for aol# around 
• II 000* Polrlr modarn with Ini) 
boiamont Hare grngint barer 
with half mMi. BIU PtHwn. 

BV 3-8104 onrtlmt Hioka lltoltf 


$1500 DOWN 
NHA 


•Ulr NOW Mip .. 

Drive bp and phone far appalni- 
MMi la view. Allaa MaOUimop, 
tv 8-34M. Rea BV S-iKTt 


30 Days Possession 

Foar to rheutae fram Thraa b*^- 
>o«m. full h**ammi auia all haat, 
drWa-ln garagt Por fii**har In- 
Inmallfin, planta rail llov Ortas 
nr aiive B(*ph*n*, BV 4 1788 anp- 
timr 

TAYioN srrrrAL ltd , xv 4 nos 


ESQUIMALT 

809 SELKIRK ; 

Ideal foaitp hatnr la gnial arew, ' 
ataaa la all aamca* Nm tga |A, i 
oap DM. cob bit. 1 bodrm on main. * 
S badrm* ond bath vp Fbtt bami 
N)>b bow OM-O-Uouc haailat 

feSSs „ .$9000 

rh»o^ Doiup. ■Y8 J4H; Rag 


NI.RB t« A 3-UIU3RM NPAT ANO 
rntn|*art haml hnmr. wall fiiHrd 
f'tr a roiipl* Snlid cotaatritc uon 
a:ih a iarg* let Thr iipfcarp of 
'M* bona It varv low and H rmild 
h* boudhi tar oriwaan IIOOO and 
41 Mo dawn and in a ma. ai iha 
prwa af imW on Ma. cai| o-orga 
Chan ai KV b-474t or KV 3 P410. 
NwrUtw**lrm Raaurltira af Vtrtano 
^4, 


Bapna ib Tndrr Agrnriaa SV l-ll3t. 

740 fart Blrf*l 

UWBLY'’ NTVCCO 4 ROOM Btm*- 
galMW.' all heat, tirrplatr, waJi-lo- 
wall (orpat in living rMu and 
ban 4 pure balbroem. attarhad 

e iaga. law •(*** U b«*4 Cla*a in 
II ar avabanpa on ildo bp-otdo 
duplag. SV 3 3803. 


UOMJf. MOO 
baarmrr.’. rw 
rtiaaa SV 3 OH 


a ROOUK. 

(a agwnu 


Optn oil dap BullBap 


4 < • 


1 ,. 

• ta a 


: - * a 

0 .' 

« .o 4 


4 '.. 



30 latl^ (falnntEit 

N«*tmb*r 33, tfSI 


154 PROrERTY FOB 
RALE 


15S FARMR FOR RAI.B 
and WANTED 


rnarni^TioH nr TMr 

tOM>k4Hir or Mgi IMAIT 

rovrNt. AwrsnMivT 

KOTio or aijc HKAMiNn 

Nonet u (ivrMtv rorn thai th* 
CnuiirH «r Tgarohip nf 


Apartheid Fine — Except for Chores 


OORfXiN HEAD FAltU 
AMr«eii«» M.fr* nt b««iiMfvi)T 
ti»Mt piapaiit l-ronoi bun«tlA«. 
flam rat harm Pru* 112 AM. 
JiRnttmi ^ Ca t.*d . |]M flina<i 

rv J-33M 


BRENTWOOD 


155 WANTED TO BlfY 

HOVSKH 


Students Miss Servants 


Natr M-hiaAi. M««ai 
rH) waipf Mppl) 

Ont «<i« «nih Urtt Muililinc. 

IT Mia- Hall r»»h Fnuf rnniB* and 
Mth ANout 1 arrp Cl'y aaiar 

54*a Hanchpr. r-Hir iN>«|mnma 

NKA ll«yr> u «n hamliPi 

® ifru M'ulPni 3N>»H«»»ni Iwiuta- 
k«* i;ara<p Half 

ra»A. 

!• a<-rp* riaarMl rlfaa land, 

t..' «« Half rath 

I •HiMcal’M' Ox* and ona> 

Oi.rd a> tra |U Half i-a«li 

140 a«*iPt Hill) Und |Vi pat arr«. 

Phnita Kratina TM at tN-S 


$6500 CASH 

r-w anuf >uinM> if tt i a r*i1 hu> 
a»Mi II il npHa nam» up. M* illrni 
Wanli ] )va»aP4 in fla un fnr ipn'al 
purpi««a iMji ihpy imiH bp iMii<-ain 

a»wnd in •’•matrurtiMpi Pipaap rail 
r \*inmi EV3 7ini. rrt UR a^Twi 
If >iM «raiu ymira anM. C/« Marf> 


la* 1147, la parmlt th* mot>ina ir*n*i 
Taa fimilt (>»pllin| In UuiU|>la Dapi* 
llni IHunii af JUai 14 P<an mil. 
oOiprwo* annaa a* No U1 Wtatbay 
Tprrtfp 

All (loraana *ha Orpni ilipin<*lipa af. 
ftPiPd br lha araimaad r*p«nin( will no 
afturrtoii ail aoimri'iniii la op hpaio 
In th* maiipti roniaiiiRd in Mip 
aman^i Br-laa a* a Pu«||r llaaiina 
ta iM^ln in iltp K>4>ii'nall Miiim-mal 
Hall on Mnnoa) Impnikn lai I4U 
**minp»rini at 7 p in 
Ti»# propoMd ariimiiina *' !a* niav 
M inrpprtPd at iiip olfipp of tnauiiapr- 
Oanpd on anv workinp oai p>rppi Rau 
unlay oatvppn thp Uvur* of ■ M are 
aiMi 4 am 

J »» AIMS 
Munl<l|iai ClP'» 

M'lni'ioa: 

T«n-4imalt. NC 
Nutpiniipt I4in i4<>a. 


NlTTirt TO IRRIlirORa 


Ja IM Mattar at Ik* laiali al Anlliaap 

LoMky. a*r*a**d. lai* at llriopia. 

I* Ik* Fratlor* at trillak (atawkla. 

•HU aifd an lb* tSrd 4ap af OtiolMr 

Crpillioia anri »ihpr< hanne plaim* 
aiainM iitp abot* **ib(p aia raomipd 
In *#nd full paiupulari ai aueh claim* 
(• ih* iinilrriianad AallrUati Inr ilip 
KytPiilnr ni ih* talai* nf ih* paid ■!*• 
cMiPd n«i ai kpfni* Uip Jl.t day of 
l)rrpnib*r 1144 afiar nhlrh aa*p in* 
ptiatp * ai»fti *111 II* rliarriiMiipa 
Pavlni r*«aid onlr m rlaiin* that hat* 
b**n iprpitpd 

j^Oatpd th* 14th day nf N*t*mn*r 

CAMFRON * CAMI-iUlN 
Ballcliora fay th* Bapciiiar 
III Itn'al Trim RuiMint 
413 VI** R'rppi VKioria Rr 


jnHANNKSBl'R(; Ul») — 
All InimeMinij byplay on the 
nimpuH MOW Koinif on In 
South Attica over the Kt^w- 
liie HiioriMpe iit hlack domemlc 
scivaiiiM IX heini; Rtaijed al 
Sicllenbosch L'nivernity. Au- 
ihoniicK xald tiidi \oar siu- 
flcntx me acttiaUy cIcnninR 
anil tltlilng up their own 
rnoms Hiwi maKiriK their oswi 
U-iis. 


OnJy iirttiyear atudenis 
were tnvolveil In the expert- 
menf. Why? Well, jienlor^iu- 
dent* v*ere much li»o occupierl 
44ilh their kludiex i» spare 
lime ill do houRewmk. 

Slime of the nvini* ■'tidied " 
b> Junim ktudenix wei’e Tuund 
to b«‘ In *'a hit of u meKx." 
^hy? VS'ell, they lu 

Injw* simii* of their emhujoRKm 


Could four Riudenta really 
lake only five mmulea 
clean up their apaiimeni? 
Well, a black Bor\ant had to 
do the bathroom and toilet 
lor them. 

Inquirii^ nmon^ ihe slu- 
denis showed they didn’t think 
a lot of Ihe Idea. "Why 
should 1 do a black man’'* 
vuuk?’' xmd one. "rvi» had- 


don't see why I ahoutd do 
without', them iipw. " 

Crimk these seniimenta u 
a weapon against Ihe govern- 
meni’a apartheid policy, the 
oppo.sitIon press commented 
ihai. If It was hofied that the 
experiiiient would contrlhuie 
toward a solution nf major 
1 -Rce f obli e-- hole ’dea 

was ImiKhable. All it had suc- 
ceeded in doini, waa to throw 


ALBERTA 

FAMILY 


HAVa CASH 

U"r > at ]-««dionni hom* 
Pl*a»r hpip mp lo ■*< Op«* p* -<tii 
arniM hp/nr# (^mimaa Cal! 
r A JaMKS rV;4T-7 s-rin. 
•pppjprn SPTuriOpi .y Virioria j.m 


Ihev thus replacipg aspect of aparthenl 


A GOOD AUENT U OF GltKAT 


IS TMI MATTra al lb. «.ui. • 
ST*’'**'*!* ROVU. laU ai 
»M Wtn4*«r aas4. Alrlarla. aiHOl 
talnanbta. lP*rraN)4 

None* la Hsntav luvw ihai 
rtadiiori ann oihari ha-in« liainii 
•caiMl «h» atia’p nf t|i, a *-oani*«| 
<i*<a«»*fl ai* h*r*bv r*r|ulr*T( ro ypnrt 
«h*m la Ihp 'rndprompd »y*y«iar ai 
SW Wp«i Prnoff airppi VAnrm.*,, 2 
*5-, k*foi* tkp llUi nav of Opratnopr 
IfM. alOr nMrh rtai* ih* r>rMnat 
»ill cli*irin>i<* Ih* 4alrt *«-a-* *mnnv*l 
ihp i.artiay pnmipd ih*r*io haunp r*- 
jyif nnl* In ih* rlaim* af «hirli ii 
ttiPfi ha* rpr*ii*,i nntir* 

ToaoNro oyNCRAi trortr 
CORPORATION 

■w .. ***rnlor. 

By 111 anliiiinM 
Crrav* A Cnmnnny 


S'l’irt tw fPlI t . ry-aulti ntnaap 
• • HPUiPrmart A C'ltriMni IU1 
R'anahnnl StroM KV S.nai. rmmpi 
•lioiylkin luia naan our oMicy for 
ovpr IB ypnn. 


this kind of work and were 
sh‘»win« oihcr white [people 
iImi, contrary to what they 
ihotiglir. a hlai k sm-vant was 
not one of hle's essentials. 

The governmeni [iress was 
nuii’K III prnise ihis venture 
AS ‘'idealism'’ and "a meas* 
uie of AtrlKnncr consclou.s- 
ness '• 

For R long lime the same 
pipss had’ h»s»n lelling South 
Afiicanx that If the> wanted 
apaiTheuI they would have to 
fa<s> the fnci that evenfually 
lh«*\ WMtild have to do without 
ciic.ip domestic labor. 

Hut some enleipnsing in 
vcslisalinn by the o|>poRitioii 
pies.s (ineoveted the IhcI lhat 
the ex|H‘iimeiii vaah not as 
slrc'-essful ax It was made out 
to tv- \nr was II i ecr j\ed 
wnh lovonx enthusiasm by the 

<|iidrnfs. • 


13 Seo View Lots 
WESLEY ROAD 
OFF PAT BAY 
HI-WAY 

NHA APPROVED 


CIIINT WITH M ««A POWf. R| 
Dulr.a a vnuny hau** in Ca*i(ln«n* 
arf-* 1 kptirnnma ar* a m-i-* 

C hnn* Mn L«ini a* Dnuily* 
• «k*i a C« . IITA POM Bi 
BV 4.7124. afipr IwuM KVItlll 


NOTH I 

ran 4TI rum 

NnMr* !• h*r*nt «>t’*n i'.*' > -t* am 
le RianaiRA I'ltf.i*. no p*- -mn fr,, 
• i-y Priwai* ^ii| .Rail no Tpr*|<»<t >• 
'hP Hnu** in lit fAM*:- nf)>(n* RPMlop 
afi.r aa'>'Td*y. ikp 7|e dbi of 
J*n-An I44’> 

DatPii Noy*fiin*r I4tn 1lv« 

I'rtam K I)*B*i * 

Cl»»« of ",* t.*ci*h»'i'* A*»Pmtil», 

Ril'lHl (V>li<n.i»a 


TWO BEPRnOMX 

CiPbA 7 BpaMom iM'iyw-* npprW-d in 
Fairfi'IA ('nivpr«|iv. rarii.im llav 
•nrt u> or n*«r iTak Ra> W ra«h 
C«M Mr KV 3 1141 *•••» 

CRT-14U H*u«Ptm«n A C->. 1171 
BlanaliaH Xi 


Ci'v «a'*r Pla-, and loan for 
imm.ri-at* rnntiruriinn aiaiithl* 
Cbll K*b I*b »n It Lp* Mniili*! 

r\* WI1A4 or RP* OR 4-2474 


Til »K|,I. Vm'R HOMi: Y'HR 

a|H 4uplp.x or farm. h»i *riih ih* 
aa>** «)«ff <1 Randall 1.14 

A atPid} rlM-nlPlf nf (rmiior iH|y*ra 
for uha< yiiu baxp lo aril riwm* 
EV 4 ti<W 


Hlayiutrd &■ Sons 

Uplands Auction — Tuesday, 1.30 


WANTEn i-ROOM RONOAtOW 
fnr r.ttfpd man «ho ««]| nai 
mn«M* ra*h M'i«> i>* ia nu* 
liR* a Hart'*** Rratinr Pk 
*V *.aa?7 anp«lfn* 


Pr«nk * Mat‘>n Aa*n- *• Lnl 
1114 Rlan*tiar<l Rl 


OLYMPIC VIEW 
TERRACE 
Albert Heod 


l.M PROPERTV FOR 
S.^I.E 


Inxirurierj h\ Mr. and Mt*. H. Riuee Tingle\. who have 
taken up permanent re-sidenre m the east. av«* will sf-ll lie* 

KNTIKKWKM.-KKrr 


GORDON HEAD 

RALTAIR rRWnrsT 
OM P*pn4ai* M n*'**«n HjI*» 
fid and Paul* Tritar* 2u-i I 
lAi« i»ft in tfii* i>*autitiii •Ilk. 
ithiMan 

pair* i; •:«» icArH 

Vav* »aa •)*« anl ar* ..i ’an>* 

far SHA pnr 'uj. pif’n-i-!*r« 
pi**** rail A M MiUar BV v 1414 
Rp* OR 7 1427 


la rhnir, |ry*l .A'i Mi«l nn Ol*l- 

k*i t>-i-i|<><n* Wl"> * t.a|<lnn nn 
a|-*>l'rvnl anrl acllarptl’ '« •*■** 
• eh arraa* -n at«nn Many na** 
tin* -!*«** JA fiyi'-ij'P* <lMy* frrun 
ri'y »n payrh rAad* Cl'y *a'*r 
iKia*r and mad *11 mi i-tdi ti to 
pr,. • Al in' Dr>-» UU’ MPIMlMlll 
R-'*a *".:r lA*n Aibpr* H*ia 

R'*" and ••• »itn 
Pr.f mfnrtnaiion vir J Mar* 

b<m*i* TV I 4114 •nt'im* 

SC I A.XO A INVERrMPST 
AniSfV ITO 

NORTH SAAMCM PROPmTlPR 
rfnraon Hulm* I.*4 , Stdnr* IM 


Airborne Radar for Arctic Defence 

Iluqp radnr Hnienmic mounled inside ihev aio tho newp-st and 
these air«hi[)s make them airborne the* l*S \as\'s non-ricif 

radar slaltons for the .-\rrlio early ThoN- have oompleled che 

wai-ninc Imes. Now ready for dulv. Akron Ohio 


.Allraelhe 


Mich as jiRjr nf custom madn French frovinci.-il I.mr 
.Seatx. lovely .Spinet Pinno hy WIIIk, Oiineve ('^4i ved Teak 
t ellHieiie, Teak l.rfimp Tahle nml Flt>or Uonji. i k-i a-imniil 

‘‘bRirs. 0{ie>i Arm Rrs kei - 
“I ... . Sciven. etc; .'Ui\72 

mgs. Junior Farvi*d < uk 
I’lil (!Ihss t*ry-.tn| Slemwoie. .Mh- 
Ifeiipier MRhi>c.«ni- Hrdro*>m 
[lerind Atvlc, Walnut finl«hf«d 
Pnlixh JUjdj.i L.-w,*Ua;. 


'I'lihlrs F.A 

Mahog.iin Krtr-.i Brar rabinet, 

Over Mantel .Mirror, OH Paint 
Dining Roi*m .Suite, 
luma) C’hestcrtield .Suite 
Suite with MVi-fM/e Bed 
Knee Hole I'eak^ 

t^lroom Furniiure VSHinm Beibonm ’Suite, Mantel 
Radios. Ktc , B«>s' and Ihrln Bu->rle%. 

Washer • lirver - FHctgi- - Kange . Efr. 

Beanv Klerinr Imner. M.itehlng Automatic Washer and 
Orvei, f> pu fi. Refnceraior, He I.uve Klenne Rmige wiili 
automatic cl*K k. Klecinc Floor pnluher. Klcririr .Sewma 
M-xrhine. t; K Vannim, 21 Inch (‘onsole T\* Sei T;»Me 
Model .TSpeed Hi Fi Re.ord Plavei. Porfahie Klecinc 
Plxhwaxher K»c, 

Sliidehaker "4 mnniander" Stnlan 
One owner luhele<-*»: iire.s, pushbiitinn radio hand 

xignaLx. hill holder automatic drive iTues/la\, 

.Austin “Somerser' Sedan 

Fnurdoor. heater; good atipeaiance. inrvj model iTues 
dav. 1 ."Vi'. 

Oollx' Fuinifuie including Ohrome rkdl Buggv lUin .Slidi- 
Projector. Screen. Ohrome r>ineite Suue Small Wppli 
ancei Kitchen Needs, t'hma. K*e . Carden TooK. U alkiMg 
Sprinkler. Power Mower. Aluminum fixrden I>nirc.>. 


P R RROWN A ROSR tTT) 

1112 RROAn <rr 


VIKW I.OTX rV>R X.VI.K ITNMTM 
C-f’/al** A'rmir f;V J >T 4 

l.vA PROPERTY WANTED 


ALL 5 LOTS 
FOR $2750 

KHA APPROVrn 


URGENT 

WASTPn UifJ WITIUS THR 
4 MII.R ( Il« t.K 


T)ie i-Mliie eonteiHs 
kept i Koiim Suite 
the ow ner'.. 


TW» «>| -h*** I"'» ar* ar* "» 

rdiixk bu' If vn« pU'- «A hutinmi 
• n<yn b****i*nt hnm* -n** trr 
ie*a! Lorat.d in CMar Hiii di> 
tori Lnt ti»* SI x|44 EV 4 .'<V* 
pi*ii* p h • a * Jb*a P*iiaa 
XV 4 3714 


l.nWHFR 

1953 FORD CONSUL 


P R. BRMW- & XiisA UMITRf* 
il'ij Rt ad .Airri'i 
Vir- tria BC 


BYRON PRlr* RPAI.TY 


Inimririilaie Cond'iion 
Radio ~ Ofilv 3■^.<HMI Milen 
Now on \ lew on Our l.nt 


LOTS 

APT aiTE Eiouimal' t.1 
Mot tt'* Oak Ra> Ay* 14 4A0 
: lm« Rpiiand A** Main •* |7.V4 

P*«b*ri«h Rnad Mil4A, «*rr 
rhflir* t1 VAO 

r. a* Bhnr* f<k lac* 42 344 

ACREAGE 

S't ar l■l*■r*d Lui'nn could i»* 
ojbdiyidfd |V yen 

S ar C*n'ral Raanirn two 
b*try inlj 4< Ana 

Call Mr HUI ar Mr P»arr« a< 
RrA*e Rroa Ak*n(t*« Ltd U34 
R'anahard R< BV 4 S77| 


SPOT CASH 


I'ryr uu* rtf pf>y|y*n» fn* XHA Ai-kd 
me Tall N ITwim'ifr at S 

H-»m*a Ud EV :-:iST, 
ay-r* r;R*)->.M .«r RV 4 VVU 


FURNISHINGS 

APPLIANCES 


From thix arvl Other Homea which will b»' 

Include 

Qiinlit> Sidles 
F ur .\)l l{(Hiins 

C jiriM'Is • Kedtiint; - I)ni|M*s 

I’offi-e and End Tahlex, China, 
fit I--; ami Sm.ill fIle<-trir.Tl 
A|'fdi;i?i<i‘<. Fieri ric Tiain. 

' M"'mci Piiin.i Aci'ordion, 

<*ctl.4ret Kire-4de Pier ex. 

I-idie*' I.iiggage Rifle. Shot- 
gunx and Cnlf f’Juh*- 

Bedroom Furnishings 

Walinii Twin RtNlnwint SiiMe. 
fouf oihei HfNlroom .Suite*, etc 
Chnmie Dinette Suitea 
NcHi'ly Now' 

.\pplianci‘x. 

I pright Deep-KP4*i*xr 
(A Months Old) 

Apftrl-Si*e Kefrigernior 
Fully .\iilomatir 
21 * anil S0*‘ Kleel. Kani;(*s 
Doublc-Oven 
Irt” Kleefrie Range 

Aiitohiatir \\a**her. EliN-tric 
Dt^lmaxher. -.eveiaj late model 
Klecirir Wahlierx, Heafem, 

17*’ and 21" TV Seta 

And \l.4nv M*»re Fine Lots 
ON \IF\V 

Fn»m ft fMi ».m. Mondav 


•»F. «.,rh lk>!l lill k* l>*:d 

•ii* *l*y*n>h day of n*y*fB- 
m Ih* inr*n<M»fl aad 
*i*fr p*r>on u h*r*«4P f*. 


XANBXNO0 

t h*-* an mii’iif* fnr a Mafrnni 
hnm* Pt*a»* rail O DlrK*«nn 
r«M BV 1-4444 tnnt Rralty Ph 

EV : ?m 


<riH (rt^ani »• rlf afrnrdi-i«lT 
ana *i >.«*« OnwirABO. 8C. mu i««r.tv.nrai dap 

W A CHAPP«.L. 

RriurfUDB OflKrt 


WANTED - SMALL ACRPtAOK. 
r'.H* in SHA *j-rco«rd r*'-*>* ka. 
aam ComtnriKin Ca Ud . EV4-441C 

CHbin'Ri’iLnisr. uvrx rutXE 
lit iranatt-riao le an«4 ttiv*** r*v*N 
CR 7 b>l4 


Off at CTyarira at an aoraiand 
A»*n*i* 13 V*0 

ah»r«ao4 Oaka. nn Tula Ra* 
aaad 13 VS4 

Cnrdnya R«t *ar*l>ai »rt il*« 
IW II 7»4 

ar<K«t'h amifl off Quadra tl4ff 
CoAtart Chari** niddv BV ft 1441 
ar EV 4 144« 


THE CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT OF SAANICH 

Saanich Municipal Election, December, 1958 

NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR 

C OI N< tl.|,OK.S (.14— iwo year (epm 
and for 

M HOOL TRI STKK. .S( HOOI. DISTRK T No. 61 
(l)—two year term 
and fnr 

S< HOOI. TIU STKK. Si HOOI. DISTRKT No. 63 

til— Iw'o >ear term 

cipami"Lra.\'?rr*'.hL''. »!*• MWion of the Muai. 

nro*ni r»i s^tn.r*. irMf I ro^uir# af rh# 

flT m' He •mhrr l»M at 1AA4 orlnrk III Ih* foraMan! 

fn It* I .rpnt» n» rirtiim aartnt-* m r*pr*>*m ih*m a* raunrlflora 
iji .••■>*ar It and fnr Brhon) Truiir* Brhml nuerkt Na 41 
• »rt.t*ar -rrm and tor Brnoal Ttiui**, ScivM DiiCrin Nn d) 


t/yra nn xmau. acrraoc butt 

able fnr *iiMI«!dlnc m tenilord 
nr Cnlvoed phnn* OR I 144* 

156 ACRKAI.K FOR SAI.K 
AND WANTFD 


Mr. Tingley hax alxai inxinit-leil 
MONTKKAI. TRYST < OMPANV 

to M*ll the residence 


BYRON PRICB RI.ALTORR 


OWN YOUR LAKE 

IlM PER ACRE 
14A ACRIB 

BEALTIPUl LAKE '8TCK'KED 
WITH EASTERN RROOK TROlTTi 
TAXER ONLY 17ft 
3« Mit.BR PROM rmr 
airm i hutchbron 

BV 4 4311 OR a 2ftin 


DUPLEX OR 
APARTMENT 


Lr* "(i Old EtdyiimaH Rd Sn r'rii 
ley*. Idea: tor huiMind and k**< 
t*ii'ai ar«a Cal' ETHRI. HAR'RY 
tv 44741 >* EV V4Mn .NnnrM**|. 
■m SoniriMao nl VirlTta L'd 


TAIPKI'APi The Nation- 
ahxt mimstiy xaid .Sunday 
I’ommunlxf arfilleiy killed ini 
civliianx on Queiipoy xince 
Aug, 23. 

.Since Ihe tN>mh.'iii1menlx 
began lhaf d^-. Ihe minixuy 
vaid. ‘i’bi.H.’W xhellx have been 
fired. In udditjon to the dead., 
the caxualiiex nnmbeiTd 2Siy 
wounded, with .3..Y13 homex de 
xtmved and 2S00 damaged. 

The .Natmnalixlx claimed 
their <*oiiniertire xlnre fh-t 20 
dr.xirnvert 70 I'nmmunlxi guns 
on the mainlHnd, 2f> gun rm- 
plaiTmeni.x and 11 field de- 
poix. 


nr iNOEPRMir.sT j?». Amr« 

RrrbiarwM 3 IMV*** an* 4 room 
kuniaM* all oinoern can*«m*nr** 
r»fiiini tar I4d *»r mnnlh -iti* rni 
lac* r*n!*«4 fnr 124 »*r mnnih 
Chirkrn non** far 4A4 bird* rim* 
your n«B t**d 4 irrr* fall pln**d. 
helanrr In ha* Applr 1.1-Y K*a* 
me 

4 Acnpjs OLD wRrr baanich 

Nnad xiitM up< ua <« pavnd n«d 
a mil** myro n*> R Ham* oV*** 
XV 4 247: .1 H Whiltnme * Co. 
Lid XV 3-4,'4a 


HUNTERS' PARADISE 

Rifhi in Ihr m-aw* numry a>*i>h 
M Will'am* Ink* xx: arrea y*t n 
m*a<lrt<*«. 'ftfoa millixi n -4 >a«k- 
pin* I rw) fi f»r inarr* lak* 

4 a*«i at huMdinty Xarrifire *ai* 
41 *74 ni 

fbEAL rOR XYMUCATK OF 
HHXTXR.S 

Al*« P.»d* KV V47«: •* KV 2 :.VI4 
Nfoylyyanaum .a*cuMtica M Viri-ria 
Lid 421 Yama Xi 


T»«> -oO* of nmMna'tnn* of rannidat** aJiall h« a* fniin*a 
f-...- iioni;n#**ii in •rlitna nr l«n duir aual 
*^*M^,. „( V . ,, loaio TiJ* iiHiM> a-inn px»*r ahall b« >lr1iv*ri 
in* Rr- ,r-iini Offi.*. a< ant Urn* o*i«r*n Ih* nat* of ihia nn«M* 
nnnn rtf th* da) of nan-rnai'or Th* nomthalmn nap*r mar a* in 
.rtirn pr*trnk*n m *. * V4um*ipal A<i ann ahall atai* ih* namo 
drf*i* aim PI- .i.ation nf in* p*r*nn noretnaci-d in »urh maniirr a 
Auftirirnilv :e*nT,fv e..h candidau TTm- nnminiunn na^Tha* 
•ukartiann le bv (A* taiMnlai* ^ 

In Ihr *irnl nf a IS»I1 orinc n*r*..arv aucb Poll ahal] bo np 
ea Iho el*y*nih illthi dar of tVrefnbar itftl. el Ui* fnlleniM pH 
I'C* H*ll. ilnatia* <lr**l 

fi*r«an llrad Cammaail* Hall. Tjadall Ayreaa 

HamaMin MaN. Mamatan B»ad 

laftr Mill Hamra a ipMiUt* Hall. 4|a*dra Xir**4 

l.*n«aa«p* Jankr llitk nrbaal. Laiitd»»*o Read 

4l«44arran«. Cardaya Rat Raad 

Marieald X*aal Halt. MaMcald Raad 

Maaei 4|*« Hith arb»*l. Carry Rnad 

Prnap**l 1.*!,* Xrknal. W*»l xaaalrk Raad 

Ratal Oaa Ha«ir«« Inatltal* Hall. W»al Xaanirli Raad 

XI I, rare* (hr Martyr Hall. Majnard Xlrrrl 

XI laa*y Hall 4*dtr Hill Craiaraad 

Xi Marlin a ln-iar-»i*ld* Hall IMard Aarnar 

*** "»"* ‘he hmir* of EH 

O CWX^K AM and IIOHT O'CLOCK PM. Of Phirli *v*nr p*n* 
h*f*r*T requimd t« u*o nolle* and oo’erB himtalf aci-ordtnglr. 

my hand at Royal OPK. Rrilltn Columbia. Uili a 
leenih -IPihi daf nt D*r*nin*r. 1PM 

(K2RUON HAYWARD, 

Rei'irnina Offlror. 


For previewing, call A, A. Chauvin iTruxt Officer!. 

EV’ 2M35. or evening*. KV.3 2323 

One of ihe veiv bexf locatinnx in Ihe area, fnendiv neigh- 
bors, snd mnvenieni lo itRnvporUiion for xchnni.s and 
shopping WelMreed. full.v-Undxraped lot Hpproxim/iielv 
125x225; xhrubx. bulhx *nd fruit treex; nrekerv, rn'4* 
gftrden. etc,; Ini *lnpe* to xireet, Tliree h**ilr«K»m, xphr 
levTl ranchiype with double earpnrt Alt.Tched: fully- 
inxutiiied Living room. 21xlH; dining rrN>m. 11x12, xiid 
r»iher Impreivive hullvvay, 6,xir>: *11 ..n mxln level wiih 
hArdwood flrmr* covered WrII to wall; attrarnve fuepUce; 
leaded wlndowx and French doors to large cement [lano 
xiirrounded wUh a brick planter conialmnK shrub- and 
flowerx: attractive modern kitchen with xpai-e for hiundiy 
and for bieakfasl table, alxo on niftin level. .Seixind level 
up five .siepx to small den or TV room: al-n master he<| 
rfkim. 12x13, With bathroom adjoining. Hurd level con 
tains two large berlronmx and ample stoiage plu- ball, 
with wrought iron bannixter. overlooking main entrance. 
High cefling basement under second level only provides 
for modern forcedair oil furnace plus extra waxhr«N»m 
and toilet Senarate outside entrance lo lRx20 playroom. 
Taxes. S.TV); heat, apnroximaiety $1V) Residence built In 
19.50, This very atiraelive property has appeal a- a larger 
hnuxe yet easv to maintain. In IhLs disirud your Invest. 


BUtLOIHO LOTS 
RROADWAY 4lal3« It IM 

PBRRIE ROAD. T2«I12 tIM 

CtAREMOtrr HOAD. Ualll. II AM 
Psil Ihfotmailan m abo«* Ini* br 
(aliint H*tb Haat>«n XV 2 J14i 
R»« . OR 4 2114 HARRY PORTER 
UMtTXD 


WANTED RMALL ACRBAOE BID 
naj Proai* partp BV 4 MI4 


156 FAK.MS Fim SALS 
•nd WANTED 


tv5-8«2* 

92fi FOKT STRKKT 


ESTATE SALE 
DAIRY AND STOCK 
FARM 


I/2TX 40 FT AXl* I'P XOMK OH 
a*yp*r Mi. Tnimi* ami Codiwym H*' 
W* kai« Ih* iMa M ui *<«* %>aj * 
pnr* nn )rair nr mir plan* a*A Uvna 

i >a« uair Ikm*** under (->yn*toK linn 
I.W* drmn ma> hnn* UWI mrxm 
IMR* rtnarr than ymi think Tall Mr 
fW*w, XV 7 «7M rr* XV 2-4P4H J K. 
WMIom* A Ca UtnCnd. 


Cluh IS cods 
More Toys 


J44 arr** »f *ic*:,»ai land aonro* 
4t arr** rl*ar*S and 4h arr** 

il>Bb*t Tr*m*i»dou« pay»ibillil*i 
for raewnMan Comfntianl* iia- 
room dvffllint a*a aa^a 22«:«ci 
or* poultrr host* 44i44 anri 
nupirmu* oyiibuildlnaa Biork 
camprUra 31 pur*lr*d Ab*rd**a 
A n ■ s « E«uipm*nt r«tnpri«** 
Irurh irantar olouth traikr »ir 
Abundant *ai*r t-jpaW Irani 

• print* akn Kakailah Rittr bor- 
d*M and rpn* thrnuth pr»p*rt* 
Numrrpu* trail* thrnuahnwl orno- 
*rl* audd*n d*aih >n lamtlv 
rau** nf (al* Prte* RCA AAA 

• ilh •*r*il*n' l#rm* •P-Jv.vJUU 


T»ie (’o'Mn'‘iNiliUn riuh of 
Viriotia is looking for moiT 
old lo\s. 

It has already leeeived 
many, which club membera 
are now busy repairing and 
repainting fnr Viciotia'a needy 
children at Christmas, 

•'But we can handle ax many 
toys Rx we can get ourhnnd.s 
on.” a Cosmopolitan .spokes- 
man -said laal night. He asked 
that toys be dropped off at 
any .Shell serMir station or 
at Conlracl Van and Tranii- 
fer. 


»'• AL'RXA RV RRXXTWnnn. 
tOXAI. SfatMVISinX XI-fTABLX 
FOR VLA LOVELY CLXARXD 
LA.VO Wt.H XOMX Tnxrx FULL 
rater ONLY »Kin THE HTY 
B^KERAOX lAik BLANSHARD. 
By 4-4TO CV42BJ7 


Th* R*at »- 

r tit* Bira'd of 
Viriaria r*r*nt. 
1» PS* R I ^ * n 
an *yt«ilFiit ad- 
,.!■ dr*«* Dv Mr J. 

JP Vkinr nie««lri. 
Ih* irai«iiar of 
tanit ml** in 
Victoria On* 
nf ill* hlxn- 
liRhti of Mr 
rnra*tr| • aa- 
dr*»t «ai hw 
/ ' i*y«tBiian ihata 
f iuiy«lantial nutn- 
S' ^ I n*r tif iran*frra 

I ^ V , <,f prop*M\ no* 

’ ora urini tnari* 

L t i ■' * bi Atro*ni*ni of 

Ml* 

An Air**m*ni ot aa.* i* iha ri(ht 
ta i-urrha** a propoiiy durinc vhirh 
11. » pi,rrti*«*r pati th* **orior th* 
amonni of hti inrirnt*rin*»i Phil* th* 
till* tn Ih* pi«t>*rtY remain* in ih* 
nama of Ih* yrnflor When th* pur- 
chaMir a inriahiron*** U paid off ih* 
form*? own*r tran«f*r* th* till* te 
th* uurclio**r bv m**n* of a m*f(*F 
af Ihe afr**rn*m for aal* thli 1* 
then iMUtered 

If |i>* purrhaier under an A«r**- 
m*ni lor Ml* yrit'ir* tn tell hi* prop- 
erly thi« *y|*Unt ocre*fy«*ni la tran«- 
(erabl* and if the n*m purchater doee 
not hay* full rath tn •xulir a baldnr* 
ran b* taken under what ia knosa a* 
a Btib'Air**meni 

If the o»n*r of an Aireement for 
Ral* «Uhea lo a*ti hit im*i*«t In It 
to an Iniealor ihia 1* done bv irhat 
U bnosn aa a Vendor a Aa*i*nrnem of 
an ARr**m*nt for Ml* AniMher In 
lerextin* lari ta that if a prapenv 
I* mM under an Afr**m*nt fat Bale 
and th* hnld*t Pl*h*a to plar* a 
moriR*** *n Ih* propertv h* la at 
llbenv 10 do to but the msrttat** • 
rlBhia bnrnm* euh)*ci in iHe lni*r*«l 
of Ih* ARiermeot hnlri*r unlvva irf 
eoiire* Ih* a|r**m*iit hniriar roneenu 
lo the I'larrmriyi of ih* a*« mnriiace 
and pait*i tell prioritr. 

A|rr*m»nia for Ml* are (UMUaru 
and Ihe papment* uauallr Inelud* 
prtfiripBl and tni*r*»i makiivi it a 
v'rv rpav*m*ni yra* to puirhooa a 
hom* 

TTi* trend le toward* ihu t^p* of 
ran**vanrinB and baa peo**a 4« ba 
very euMeaaful. 


SCHOOL biSTRiCT No. 62 (SOOKE) 

NOTICE'OF ELECTION 


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Pi'RllC NOTICP I* li*r*bv tie*n In th* eWinr* of Ih# h*r*inatt«r 
ri**rriti*d ekrlinn rnn*< of RehnnI 0|*irtri Nn 43 iR<Mk*> that I r*4Uira 
th* nr*«*nrr of th* *aid eteetora at th* Srhool Bnare CMfic* 3471 Jack- 
Iin Rnari Virioria RC, on Ih* Imt day of n*c*mb*r Itftl. at th* 
hour af (an drlork In ihe for*nnnn. for Ihe purpn** of rleriiaf peraona 
lo repr**eni them ■« Brhool Truai*»a tor Um> hetemafter dearrlbwl elec- 
tion tnney at ih* Brhnot ni«irlrt 

Th* mnde of Bonimathm of randidate* «hall b* aa lollowa: 
eatyrUriai** ihall be nnmlfia'en in wrlilnt bv two dulv oualitiaM 
elfctnr* «>vim* nauiea appear on iha liu of eler'ora of <h* Sthonl Du- 
irirt 'py* nomlnailoii pap*r •hall b* d*Uv*r*d 10 Ih* Reiuraint Otlleer 
■ r any ll>n* between the dk'* ol ihU mSke and noon of Ih* day of 
nAimnaiirto pir nominaunn paper may o* tn the form pteveriked m 
th* ' Munkina) An " and ih* Public SrhonU Ari" and ahall itota tha 
name. t*airi*nr* and nrctipati'si of the per*on nominaied in aorh mann«r 
0 * in eiiffirienilv iflrniilv each candidate The narnlaaUon paper ohall 
be iiihvribed M by th* Candida'* 

tn the event of a nrSI besnt neceaaary. tikh poll will b* opentd 44 
Utc follnwinc Plarei stihln Ih* Oieinct 

Ca|w*«d Orkaol Joan de Iom Caffe* Hbof 

la«l S**h* Xekoai I.ai>(l*r4 lftrti**l 

llaapy Valley Xrkeal Metrk*«4o Xek**l 

Jarriao River AcImmI Saottler Sekoet 

Saak* Kckoal 

On fU'urday. th* I3th day of December. 1244. between th* hmin of 
nm* n clock in U>e forenoon and *e**ti 0 clock in th* ifternonn. of 
whlrh everv peraon M hereby requited le take noilct and «ovem hlmoeU 
arrordintiv. 

Eleriinn xone* fn vhkh an eieciton.at.lari# will be heM aa abo**: 
RFI.MONT Comprlaink Ihe former aUendanc* area of Albert 
Head-Meich^in CotwoM. Happv Valley and Ijaniford 

Mil Mrs LANDINO Comprietnt the aitendonc* area* of Baal 
Bonke .lortion Rhet. Oiler Poinl Rhliier Muir Creek and Bnoke 

ntren under mp hand at Victoria. BC, Ihlt 12th day of Novoni^, 

12U 

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Reiurnlni Officer, 


enOICB LOT. 24 niONTAOB 
Irnit tree* Bhool Roy area Clo*« 
40 but. MO. park. t<i|f rosra*. 
achmU and ahoppini lenire* Bwii 
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BOTTOM LAND 

n ACRES roRinruini aoorox II 
ocre* rkh block ami *e*dea in 
poa'iiie and about 14 acre* lishtlv 
wooded h'ther l»vel padiland 
Year-round »lr*am. modium-*la*d 
barn with ekctricitv In and onlv 
■ mile* from town near Ptoapert 

itth'teir $10,000 

■t ACRE CLOSE TO TOWN ha* 
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Down pavmooi pnly ECOAA 
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THE LART THREE GOOD LOT* 
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Now k tho Um* to buv lot* In 
th* apflni they will b* worth 
mor« Th* cue Broker*** 1414 
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Maynard’s Wednesday Auctions 

On Inxtrurlions from clionis Iravlng ihp city and spvpral 
consIgnmcntE from itonigp, wp wifi wll at 7,13 Jnhnocin 
.StiwL 

14-FT. CARVEL INBOARD BOAT 

C'nmplelp with Trailpr 

MODERN FURNITURE — APPLIANCES 

TV .Sets. Washers. Radio Comhlnation. 
Golf CluKs. Oil Spacw Hpaiptx, Chrome Suitps. Mr. and 
Mr* FWlroom Sultra. Hollywood Bod*. Npw Oval Srattor 
Rugs and othprs. PembrokP Bathtub. Bpodlx Automatic 
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lr**d. no down pavm*ni Owner 
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CHOICB. PVU-r SBRVICXD LOT. 
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for iintla family dwelltna I 3M. 
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r,IMF-5?TONE. Maine tAP) 
- A B--I7 medium range Jet 
hnmher crashed and burned 
during takeoff for Florida 
from l/irtng An Foire base 
Saturday killing all four men 
aboard. 

Air Force officials said the 
bodies of Ihe victim* were 
scattered over Ihe crash scene 
and apparently had been killed 
by the Impact. 


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New Expedition 

MOSCX7W I API — A new 
Soviet expedition i* reedy to 
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rr CAN'T B6 
I A Missile .'Tuose abc 

THE STCBAOe VAULTS, 

I H0U5IN6 THE TOf SfiCBfT 
\ SECTIONS Of THE r' 

fV. SPACE WHEEL! J 


MajOB Sicy MASTEB5 HAS 
completed MAN'S FiBST 
SUCCSCSAUL JOUBNET IMTQ 
SMCe WHC9E HE BCSCUEO 
OXONEL MABTin who HAD 
BECOAU STRANDED OURiNO 
AN EARLIER ATTEMPT. . 


TxE ROCKET BASE*. 
-WAIT HERE. HOUy. 


0^ Tr.L BASE-LCOLS 
LIKE A MiSviLE HAS 
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persistence Of the PRESS 
AND THE PLAUDITS Of THE 
WORLD, SICV IS RELAXING IN 
THE HOME Of BeAUTFUL 
HOUV MARTIN. THE COLONEL': 

daughter, as he 

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RiOT, HIS wartime A:C>fe 
THE EARTH 1$ TORN 8V A 
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B> M. V. l UES.Nl T, FKIIH 
E I.K.MATIS FOB FKliT TKKK - 
iJ.U., VloloriAK Your lUtvi of plant- 
ing an old applp ireo t» a vpry good 
one. allhmiglt I think my own choU'P 
of vnrU'iit's for this purpose would Im.* 
t'lrmatix muniano rulu'nH. 

It Ia a more ramiumt grnWiT, It 
fhmri'A nt about tho xamc timr a» the 
apiile hlbSMima, and lt» cirat mulll- 
liide of flown A. pink with a touch of 
ri-..iuvr, wotild mako an even mom 


glowing rotfcs. ami there am several 
vanellt^s which can be grown aiu'ccss- 
fully on a w’ali which g<‘>a only h 
modicum of sun. The grow th in such 
a position tends to be iniher soft and 
sappy, though, and must be til'd in a 
lot more fmiuently than those in a 
sunny position. 

Mme. Alfred Cairlcre. willi pure 
white blooms, will do wi*ll hole. Sp 
will Dr. Van KliH't. b]u^h pink, and 
Allen Chandler, with glowing scarlet 


red rhododendrons than you can 
shake a stick at. and 1 wouldn’t like 
to go out on a limb and leeommend 
one as the "bt'sl", us this Is so much 
a mntter of personal prefeioncc. 

A few good one* are Unknown 
Warrior, Kubina, laiura Abciconway, 
King George and Fire lilrd, ail cost* 
ing bi'lwi'CM $5 and $10, depending 
upon s»7i^ and ago. My own choice is a 
falily old variety tilled Britannia, 
wltli glowing rcv| flowers shaped like 


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APTt* '•CV. SPEAK 
Tr^T fc.TT,i P'tCB 
FOR -STOMOfKCiV 
SC-iT..>Ou RE CN 
’lO.EOWS SlAZE.' 


1 r ■ ‘i ■ ' 01 '.erman iurth 
and was developed in the greenhouse 
tiMmhed to the KoyaJ Porcelain 
Faetiuy In fk'rlln' 

KI.Af KBFKKY* PROP.^GATIOX— 
(J. ,M.. .Sooket. The cultivated black* 
Immtj' is the easiest of all fruits to 
multiply, a.s it suikers almost as 
fieely as the wild bramble, and each 
sui'ker ran be detacheii with a few 
TfHits and planti'fl up to become a new 
bush. I'nilke rnM>s, these .suckers will 
make plants Ideniical to their pamnt. 
as blai-ktH'irles.are always grown on 
their own roots atid never grafted. 


north so that It ger.s a bit mom 
morning .sun say. up to 11 o'clock 
during the summer f think you 
eould grow that ineomparahle climlxT, 
Mermaid. I»earlng very large single 
yellow flowiT-s which look Hite dell- 
rule porcelain snitceis. Metm.ild Is a 
lovely thing, hut it is a slow Mailer 
and may take .sevei.il yearn before It 
rovers an opprertatile porlltm of your 
wall, and K has the mn'^l vinous 
thr*rns I h.ive ever ns'm on a rose 
KFI) ItlionoDkMIKON tp. K. 
I... Duncan'. There are more hnglit 


Bie itiueh smaller. 

Si‘t your plant against the north 
side of the tree, with lot.s of roiHHl 
manure ami a double handful tmeh of 
t'ouise Mnd and pulverized limestone 
dug Inin the site, .md train the vine 
giadimlly around to the sunny side. 
The dcmati.H llke.s 11 k head In ilw 
Min but its feet and lower stem in 
stiaile A rl^unk of flat flagstone o\er 
the ivH'ts l.s nnnie<'ini,»d loo 

BONKS I*T»K NOItTH UM.I. 
tflU'O.N, Victoria I. A north facing 
wall ts by, no means hope|*.>i>; for 


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Jolm Crosby FUcs to London for Single Slum 


.'<lr l^uienre Olivier one «,f ttie 
l;isi and tvriainly the gteatest of the 
h>>ldtmis. succumbed to television Inst 
WfH'k. giving u splenilid iM*rformnnce 
in one oi Hi'ntik lt-.>» >pl» MUid 

pl.iNs Olivier has done thl< N*f..re 
taken one of .Shake*>iiearT'f unlikely 
pl.tis like Rich.Ti'd III or an unapp<*ti7- 
ing play like "The Knlertainci " and 
m.ide a jhealricul event out of it 
'lo the io|e of John tiabiiel Boik- 
{i'..tM .k ittid uustcie aiid unlovable 
one. Im> hioughi all ttir gtandeui and 
aiiiUi'iny. ul IdA ^taL x«^ut4Uuu- Jl 
w (l.s not his greatest p«*ifoimaricT Init 
If w.is a compelling one, fHkwerful. 
tnmuieulate. and to my eve^ without 
ini*t.kkes I dr.n'i think he rove 
to iO's licigiits ts'cause Ibsen rarely 
did in this pl.iV. 


gn.iifsi actor in the Knglish speak- 
ing woild but he is n modern legend 
and the magic of his name made this a 
big night in television. 

■-.uju* of thi* tlr.nma critics even 
snuhlvf-il a theatrical fipening. a play 
c.illcd “H<K)k. Line and Sinker" star- 
ring Ihdiefi Morley. After all, he was 
on tlie following night, and Olivier 
Irene Worth, fighting <-oldly over the wasnt. 
love of Ikirkman'?: in n coift hoxvi* 

on a vok! night. It ei.dv wiih the 
death of lk»rhnwn In thr 


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HOWISYCLR 
FATHER, VlLCECr? 
OR CO I CALL YOU 
COBRA ? 


All the new.spapors gave reams of 
space to sioiies and pictures of Olivier 


snow Intklre 


of a ■ < 'iTrl Tfatiil oTTT« 


over heje to see this single perform* 
nn«e .>t,d. when y«ju fly an ocean to 
v'e a ’I*V production, the Jet age has 
really ani\«*<l. Olivier's defection 
hstves only Alee Guinness and John 
Gielgud among Brif.iln's great actors 
who have not pkiyed lidevision. 

S'.n-e fkf the papers found some 
Kigmficance In the fact that OHvler 
se!eife*| a pl.ny about a famous man 
wtio had toi>pIed from the pinnacle 
of su«'i-e.«Ls. finding some parallel to 
t'hvi<M's own career which has had 
nme rocky moments lately. Actually 
he vvs.« probably <lrawn to it simply 
becau.ve H {» ^ seldom played and is 
a very re.il challenge. 


Like many i»f Itisert s pla>’<. all the 
teal action which ha<l wrecked the<c 
lives had h.ippenmi years hefnre and 
the play i.s the summing-up. the final 
momi'H! of re.soluilnn and a cnlas- 
Kophe which t.v largely emptiness. It 
IS the mea.Mirf of fh*icn'; ?:-ikiu!» i verj 
in Ihi.s erratir wnik that he holds 
yoti thmueh some of the most ii.un* 
ful exposition. 


KiytJi ■ /rv- LC 

THOSE iDtors.V il r: A 


'Mohn tJabriel Horkmari' Is the 
stoi) of n man whose htilhani ho(M-s 
lo lule a commercial kingtlom vmtc 
blasted by a Jail M-nience, A fnlthtes* 
,*ir,it Implacahli' man. he sarrifU'es 
the Woman he loves to many another 
in or<lir to become rhuirman of the 
tMHitd of n Kmk 

"The sin for which tlM're Is no for- 
giveftes.s is i(t mufder love in a human 
t'- mg " IbM'n playfst on this theme 
m.iuv linn** In his plays; it was his 
< onvumlng pa.ssion. huf larely has he 
d«»ne If .so onrelicvedly 


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Py teIrvHinn standards this p!;iv 
opened vk'ry .slowly, huildjng its ai. 
P'ovphere carefully, ft was a vrty 
clean pr*>duction very preriM-ly di- 
rek-trd by t’hrlslopher Morahati with- 
nut ; ny great frills or tii< ks. Olivier 
didn't even nppe.ir in the fust half 
hour ond through .sr>me mischnnre 
Ibseft's name never ap[>eareil at all. 

Still, so great is the magic of 
Olivier's name that lhi« was without 
doubt the biggest Irlrvtslon event of 
the year. He m.iy or may not l»e the 


Olivier g.ive n very controlled, pre- 
ci.se i)ci formance. his great Instru* 
ment of a voice rising to full furv 
only once In a while, but he probably 
gave a great thrill to hi# million# of 
British fans and on the whole I'm 
glad I enme this far to see him. 


The play opens with two eold 
wasted women, sisters, wbn were *u- 
fieitdv phkved hv Pamela Brown and 


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By Siieilah Craliani 


Linda May Have to Work 


HOLLYWOOD tNA.NA' - Uurrn 
Bacall, hark In HoII>W(km 1 flom 
Kutupe. is returning there with her 
•k two children in Jamiary. to live for 
nt leii.st a year in .'sw-ii/erland. Her 
lecrnt Jaunt made her realize there Is 
more to life than silting around tn 
Hollywckod. waiting for grKxl pictures 
anil frir a good man lo marry. "In 
f:uiop<'," states .Mis# Bacall, *Tm re 
gardrd as a woman, not as a stick of 
funulure." 


Power, talked a picture deal |n I,.on- 
don With Sjmu spirgel before she left 
for Ty'* funeral In Hollvwoo»l- Linda 
h.id be. n leretvmg S.V»,0Wt a year 
fmm Tyrone, hut now she may have 
to go to work. 


of Ii.iJy, Lntiks like Mnrlsa, like 
Princess I'uWn .Adams, will have to 
work for a living. 

* ♦ ♦ 

Audle TIuqihy finished his Uni- 
versal - International picture with 
>andra lb*e. "The Wild and the Inno- 
cent" and also finished his old con- 
tract with the studio. He now goes 
on a one-picture-a-year deal with 
them, which leaves him the time he 
has wanted lo do outside pictures. The 
first will probably bo “Cast A Long 
Shadow ' for the Mlrlsch Company. 


'File parents of .Marin luinza's lead- 
ing lady in "Seven Hills of Rome." 
plump .Tiarian .Alluslo, hav*e forgiven 
het for marrying t «»unl Valvl l)i 
.Savnla. But the count's family say 
they will never forgive the yiyear- 
old nephew of former King rnit>eri 


OUGHCAO. . 
TMAT SMitTr 
t GAVE VOU 
tS TWe LATEST 
TtOCET/ > 


l.lnda C hri<>tian, once .Mr*. Tyrone 


\^innin£ Contract 


Our hero, however, hopped up 
with his heort queen, rentier- 
Ing dc< larer helplevs. He cuuUl 
play low Irom dummy, but 
\Ve.«t would cash two more 
spades for the setting tnrk. 
()r. declarer could win the 
trick on the board, but emitd 
not make more than w'ven 
tricks, as dummy’s long hearts 
could no longer be reached. 

West's play wa.s brilliant 
and sound. South was unlike- 
ly to hold more than two 
hearts In view of his three no- 
trump rehid; with three 
hearts, he would surely have 
inised his partner. Fast w.is 
therefore marked with three 
hearts, most likely heodetl by 
the Jack. Therefore. West's 
play could not po.ssibIy lose, 
hut it could and did prevent 
declaxer from ducking one 
round of heart# Into the non- 
danger hand, l.o.. the hand 
without the long spades. 
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Opealag lead: ^ 4 

In a recent tournament, only 
one Fast-West pair defeated 
the popular three notrump 
contracl on today's hand, thus 
earning a well-deserved top 
score. South’s hand was a 
point shy of a two no-trump 
rehitl. end also lacked the In- 
termertlalz* body rard.s — tens 
and nin<^ that bolster such 
hRnds as^is. 7’wo clubs would 
have b#H‘n a better rcbld. Nev- 
erlheles.*, most tables got to 
the no-trump game. 

Declarer ducked two rounds 
of spades, and won the third 
round with the ace. He now 
it'd the heart seven, and most 
players in the West seat 
played low. Dummy played 
the ten-spot. Fast won the 
jack, and North-South made 
four hearts for nine tricks. 


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VANCOUVER (CP)— Train- 
man Andy Tanna.ssee, 34. of 
Kamloops, was thrown and 
crushed to death when two 
locomotives and seven cars of 
a 107-car Canadian National 
freight train struck a rock- 
slide and plunged dowm a bank 
In the Fraser Canyon Thurs- 
day night 

Sketchy reports from the 
scene of (he derailment said 
Tannassee had been burned or 
pinned In the cabin of one of 
the locomotives. 


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a. HmWi 

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eCKT5 A PAGCAM OF \ TMrN CNE CF 
tHEAV5EliV>. K:g 7 h£ J THE VfN 
6AFE ASP ICFT S<?UAP / M'P IN THE 
SAYS 7>«RE'5 NO / P-UP*NG AND 
,^\ SlJN OF FOKaD /UTTKECTMeR 
I ENTRY. ^ Pi AFTER 

CLOSING.- y 


l^^.'HT.» pAcsfi? 

TMiW AWp WAS V LIED 
MECE. TOSA'N TIME, . 
T-‘6T n£l?C MDMG 
H«5 POPY VV«EN \fk\ 
T)t£Y HEARD TOU ' 
^AA’DONPY... 


NOW, WITH THE 
rv'CA'.* r rocTOR 

All Of THE SACRED 
iCARABS. AND i, 
THE SECRET Of A 
Sf CRETE..' ,-<S 


r T>teY '■ 
RKVNA’fD 
US ASP fLED. 
BoT WHY STEAL 
A KVJMVW ? 


Paramount Plcturea has the ( plana to tend a company 
movie rights to one of the across the borders of Nepal 
fall's big nov*els. Han Suyin’a 'for the first time to film the 
'The Mountain Is Young," and story on location. 



Satin (Tnlrmtst VictorU, B.C.. Son., Nov. 23, 1958 


l ories (iinl 
For Fleet ion 

>«aaiiit-h < party 

an* etnlliic^ tlh'ir 
lniii« f(ir a priivOit ial rle«*liiiit, 
anllf'ipati>d for »u*\l 

>«*ar If the SiMiai tredit 
rantlirlaO' K i|p|rati>ii in the 
K<HkH|Hnil • Trait Itvelei'tlnii. 
!)«■. \\ 

“I iliU ii.vehH'llnit 

v%l)l hate a lot to do with an 
ol*M*lion.** Ha>v asMM'latino 

I". VI. I. Ill i:,.i,. . I .. I. 


• I ’ "II. 1 Mill,.': nv ‘ H 

rehuhe. an wi* feel he >ltmild. 
I clonT think the eliN-tlMii will 
be too ton* in eniiiint:.” 


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"W oman, 72, Dies 

Alter Car Crash 




MRS. TUI »RA JOHN.SUN 


Anolhor ( tmrirsv Driver 


(Jon s i dera I i on 
Earns Award 


people who have spent sunje 
time rtrivinc ears nr iiurks 
piofesHionaJly am none aj>t !•» 

rpiORMi/p ihp ficctv i»nd tmiiis 

of olhntK nn ilir itmhw.iXM. .u.il 
thus b«‘( njne inuiteous. safe 
dilteiH IhemspKes, 

Thu is the i>elief c»f to<!.it ’s 
•'eoiiriest dtivor' M‘tetied hy 
Saanirh polire tor tu'r t'onsid 
riaiion i>r oOhms. 

.Mr.i. Thoia .lohriMOi \\>fn of 
SttiHii .Inhrtson. of H'i ('.tdillitr. 
was notit-Pfl .IS sjie 

her \ehr»-le ihnnich a -snp»*r 
market parkinj; lot ami nni 
onto the hichw.iy Ih-t ennv,,' 
erale aelions then will win lie 
two tlrkeli to ft home ,;anie of 
Vi.ioiia t'mii'ais, und la:.., a 
cortifuati' ,«i;:ncft b> the elnef 
ol pnlh-p. 


.\ rtr"ioii"<i fill IS >e.iis. 

Ml-. .hiOr: -;: loivnnijy drove 
.1 milk hliek end n me>v niai 

ket di'l>\ i'i }, I « O' Iv. 

.III* -oui'Ml 
lo polii'e ol tiii.ilei VlilolWl 

il. lM‘'n-f tti.ii -m il nniHe>j 

ho ’ -.ilel\ on till* loihU. 

t witli llu* lour 

j>"iM !• iti'|i.ii lfne>i> s <ne \\inn|- 

W'titl hole- >Vl«'loiM< Ltd. 
I'1 1 iil.iii r Lilt Hie *Vlrto|M 
JimkiM riut> .ind I’lie l».nl> 

( 'olohi-r. 


“ELCEE” 

A Good Gal to Know 


A TJ year old woman ditnl in 
SI. JoM'ph'a Hospital eaily 
yesieidity. foltowinj; a minui 
car acet(U*nt i-'ridny morninK. 

iN'.id IK .Mrs. Knul> .M. Knott, 
l:u oxioid 

roroner Ih. K. C. Hart has 
nidemd an Inquest and a date 
will t«‘ set Monday. 

A ear driven l»y Mrs. KnoH 
on ilohnw'M Sjtppt. was stiUi-k 
on lire rlBlit -side at H.'fO am. 


(leoiBe Hany. HtH Kichmond. 
wiio was tiHvelimg south un 
t^uad' ■< 

.Slore.s to Sean 
W iriii" Selienie 

A fentHtjvp ptopjam loi this 
wiimo’s downtown umler- 
eround witinp wuik ’vsilr hp 
pi, 'Hist hrioie (lie letad mei- 
I hauls' primp of itie niamht'r 
of ('ofnniene on Monday, eily 
en.;iiH‘ei Jarne- iSflinetl saiit. 

'Hie plan will he jne-ented 
h\ IM’. Llei tjic tjrnenjl super- 
liileiident (iedipe Hatda.v. 

Mr. (I.iimi'M said the duet- 
t "M-ii iii'iioii {MoBi.ini u ox- 
fMM-U'd lo hegm early in Janu-. 

•il'V. 


Mrs. Knoll's car (hen spun 
liUn another vohicU* dilveri hy 
Jo.si'ph ti. Schmidt, .3900 
Fmnerly Road, whieh at the 
tune was stopped at a stop 
sign. 

.Mrs. Knoll was chaiei'd with 
ciueieKs riiiving, hui at about 
11 p in. Ki iday. she was taken 
lo hospital Kiiffeiing fiom 
pains and died during the 


It is believed she may have 
had Intel nal injuries. 

Dr. \\'. A Kalk, w ho aliendiHl 
.Mis Knott, .said she did have 
some head injuries hut de- 
clined to comment pending the 
iiKiuest. 

BOWEL GAS 

HUITS SIDE t SrOMU 

HutitDDr Cb1<ii 4 itunctional imlaOnti nl 
r.r fglQii iH.If ldl«>lin*>. U (■V.iRf 
llittu Itrd* 10 aiiU^r r(»m aull tciifl VI 

bitrninr psin« in thr tide nn>. Hran- 
b>i-n Bihoe-neii. Nervoumo*. Bad 
B<aaOi. Ol .'laeu Bunina of StumacJi. 
U>»a At Sif' V aflM Prs U aulffr frum 
Spaio« Coitus eti}tna(y oumach mr<i<- 
c.na «0n l tiel» moeh Yau raallr naad 
KOUADt POWDERS which wotk three 
«a>) to rrtaa tpioe intr^oiM mukclw*. 
aouihv ao'f oniMua wiambrana* •"d rSn-a 
tr-diiv. u u nni a taxaiiva b<n serka u 
<olp nati. a Ikm i iuUcr annDhri dar 
ariMut ooni K0I.A[ie POWDERS Bat-. 
tUioar. 0’ moiorbark Alailflnuaiorva. 


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Carbery 

SAYS — 


yualiiv .>o*ivi<e and quainv me.- 
c)i itiih-e me the ilitiiBs liiiil couni 
With IIS Tins I- wli\ itp eni'DV ex 
e«rphonat piiMi' .!< • epi o« toi «n 
excellent M>mp,iny ond Inchly mm 
p<*llliVe [Milides. 

\\'e have a w hn h vm|| »'.\io rl^ 

fit \*Mir nei'ds. 

> IMiins are the an-wer lo llo-pilul 
and Medical Kills 
Ollh-e Tialiiv — riioiie l.\ ;{-4l .fi 


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M I moomci wAwnoo.enTAiHO 

R. N. E. HARRIS. C.LU. Srench Mono^or 

VoAcouvor UloAd OivoioA )07 JONIS BlOC., VICTOBIA 


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• an h* DMOll Wlthnol a dn«n i»a>nianl Maaa.ar r%rm II *nil 
da N 0 i a l«a and rraanlla-* ••ur damn na'aiant »* can 

aOx Iba ma't amaont iinanrina ar.ani'mfnt* >au ha>» ever 
kcafd ar Mr bava atrr M"> taU In Ibv be-i latallHn- and ntar 
sw n>*n« la «rniM V, an ^inhabit ftnnw na da nnt liMe 

Ibv lanliariar'a nam* It 1* \ S larta • linro — ti.a... I^M-Umliun 

Ihv orOr ol lh» ahavr hnn-r l« S12.300 

riiiH KoniKi-«is uotti MvhMtM soau laviioao 

t \ \ •• .a XNX HMD 


BYRON PRICE 

1311 Ol AI)R.\ ST. 


Du^>"mlV i>rtK (Eumpann, 

INCORPO^I&O 2?« MAY 1070. 

★ SPECIAL NOTICE! 


NOW. . . Better Delivery Service 
for BAY CUSTOMERS! 


Please check the schedule below lo see how your area is affected. These 

changes begin immediately 


Albert Hend 
Atkinx Rttad 

•Bamherton 
RaMn Hay 
Be»\er Ijike 
BelnuMit Park 
llrentwfMtd 

( artbom Ray 
•fherrv I’olnl 
•< nbblp Hill 
•( llffside 
t'olwroKt 
•( oof>erk rove 
4'nrdn\a Ray 
•< nw ichan 


Happy Valley 

*H*wa> only, ( owlrhan ^tn. 

I>eep Cove 
Human 

K. Saanich Rd. tn Keattni; 

F. Saanlchlon Kd. past Keai. 
KIk Ijike 

RsquImaM 1.acot>n 
Kxperlmental Farm 

Florent'e Ijike 

filen Lake 
filyn nistrlrt 
OnMAt ream 
Ckmton Head 

Happy \allev 
Hillhank 

Island Highway to 313 
After 313 

4amea Inland 
*Jnrtlan River 

Kealing 

•Koksllah 

lAgnnn Rd. U'. 

1.anrfnrd 

laiktnn 

Marigold 


Tuen. and Ihiira. 
Turn.. ThiirH., Sat. 

except Sat. 
Mnl. apd Sa|. 
Toes, and Iri. 
lues., Ihorn.. .Sat. 
Tuck, and Fri. 

Ilallv 

Daily 

Diiiv 

Dail.v 

Tues.. Thurx., Sal. 

Dallv 

DaMy 

Daily 

Tiien. and 1'liurx. 
Dail.v except Sal. 

U'*d. and sal. 
Dally 

Tiie<. and FrI. 
D«sl. and sai. 
Tiie*., and Fri. 
Tiieit. and rhiirx. 
\Ned. and Sat. 

T«m*s.. Thnrs., Sal. 

Tue-,. Thur**., Sal. 
Dally 

Tues., Thurx.. Sol. 


and rhura. 


. TIuira., Sal. 

and Sal. 
except Sat. 

and Fri. 

and Thiim. 

. Thiira.. Sal. 
and Tliura. 


'Malahal 

>|clchoain 
Mtill Ray 
*>lllne<k IaihMoc 
^ tount Doncl.-tx area 
^Iminl Newton 

Did Deal Road 

ParatDna Bridge 
Pal Rav K. Rd 
Pat Rav \t. Rd. 

Proaivecl Ijike 

<)mirantlne Station 

Rexthaven 

Rocky point Road 
Royal Onk 
Koberla Rav 
Royal Roada 

Saaiih'hlon 
*shawnigan Ijike 
"Shirley 
Sidney 

.Sooke Road lo 
.^IImtI Head Hoad 
S«a»ke Roa<l between Albert 
Head Hoad and I.U.xtnn 
'Simke R(mm 1 between 
l.uxton and Sn<ike 
Slelly'a I roax Road 
.Sirawbi>rry 3 ale a 

Swarix Ray 


Dally 

Tue«*. and Thiira. 

Daily 

Daily 

Daily 

\3ed. and .Sal. 

Tiien. and Fri. 

Tiiea,, Thiira.. Sal. 
U'ed. and Sal. 

Ded. and Sal. 
Tiiex. and Fri. 

Tiiea. and Thura. 

Ueil. and Sal. 

Tiiex. and Tliiira. 
Tuev and Fri. 
Urst. and Sal. 
Tiira., Thiirx.. Sat. 

\\ed. and Sal. 
Daily 
Daily - 

\3ed. ami Sat. 
Tiiea., Thura., Sat. 
Tiiea. and Thura. 
Daily 

Tuea. and Fri. 
Daily 

Wed. and .Sal. 


ThetW l.ake , Ttiea., Thiira.. Sal. 

Telegraph Rnad, Saanirhton Tiiea. and FH. 

Telegraph Rav Road Dally 

Ten Mite Point Daily 

Tml Inlet Tuea. and Fri. 


View Royal 

>\ain'a Croaa Road 
Ueat Saanich Rnad lo 
Keating ( raaa Road 
>3eat Saanich Rnad paat 
Keating I roM Road 
Ulliiam Head 


Wed. and Sat. 

Tuea. and Fri. 

Wed. and Sal. 
Tuea. and Thura. 


frreaier Vlrioria Area (rxrept a.s ImUpafodi — OAILY, except Monday. 

N.B.— Kindly note that in the ca«e of dLatricia marked • the dellvor>- will be made by parcel poat, laland Freight 
or Exprena— whichever U the moat applicable. 


Bo^5on;^ ^ompang. 

INCORPORATED 2*!»® MAY 1670. 


Only 27 More Shopping Days . . . Shop Monday 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. 

Shop at the BAY for 



From All Over the World 




For Traditional Family Cheerfulness 
In Your Home This Christmas Time! 

Fascinating, Swedish 
Angel Chimes! 




A hc.tuillul >iihlc ii**vc!iy ihai levolvos fir»d 
rhimcK ii<« the liMlc ftugcls i»n lounrt aM 
round rrnrciiiig «|*.«tkimg liatu all over ih-» 
room n| wilid hift®*; with slcc| smket 

for long wp;ir <*omplclo with 1 '‘»d D-andlcs. 
Siand* over 12” high- Set. complete 

Extra candh's. red, box of for 


95 






From Canada — 

SnowhalK — l.fl.j, .3.7.x 

Ijirne Hqiiare randies — fi" M.y. 9" 1.95, 12*' 2.95, 15** S.3i 
.Miniature xi|uarc\ — fi* 90c. 9" 9.V 
RavluTry glfl randies — 25r. 12" Hfh* pair 
Tiny tapers in red, {*n*en or white lOr each 

From the U.S.A. — 

Sniail si/4> Santa.x. ('hristniax tree*, anseK, lamp pmt*^ 
2 fur 29r 

Medium si/e trees. Santas and choir boys — earh S5e 
1.4trKe lamp |»osts and Santa.s > each SI 




• Shop in rerson! 

• Shop by phone. Dial K\ 5-1311 

• Shop by Mail! 


SALE 


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PW 


From Italy — 

Kmind deeoraird candles — at 19c, 25c. 39c, 69o 

From Switzerland — 

Decorated miind candles — each 2.5c 

From Germany — 

Fancy derorated ta(>crs •— pair $1 

HIDSON S BAV COMPAXT. candle bar. 3H floaV 


Drapery Matenals 
and Linings! 

Printed Cotton Cretonne 



f 

t'\ 


Special 


29 

yard 


Brichten your home in time for Christmas with n rmr 
pair of drapc! or cay new slip rovers! A wide assortment 
of colors, inriiidme florals, moderns and scenics. 48** 
wide. Regular 1.9.5 yd. la 2.95 yd. 


Cotton Sateen Lining 


i fr • 


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Line your own drapes nnd keep yoor room warm by keeping 
the draft out! f:ivr« them a richer appearance as well. 45" wlda. 
F!n-iM*olnr. Regular 98c. d 

Sperlal 2-vd. to ZIM lOvd. to HM * 

Ih-yd. lengths. i l/ yd. lengths Vfc/ 


20 yd. lengths 


AA lU«o 

69 * 


Short Cotton Ends 




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Make drapes, cushion covers or slip covers . . . wide as*ort» 
men! of printed eretnmiea. and s^-jeen prints in modern 14 
and noral paMcrns. 2-yd. to 1.5-yd. lengths. 48" widfha. I 
Regular 1.95 to 3.50. Special -L 


lU DSON’S RAV CO.XirANA*, draperies. 4th floor 



PARKING IS EASIER 
AT THE BAY 

5'OTR parking problcm.s are tudved! It's easy to park In onr of 
the BAY'S 3 large lota, with over 1.IMH) spares available. Meter- 
free Arena 5Vav la also convenlentlv close! 




Visit Santa in Toyville 

Daily 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.; Friday also, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

ULDKOX'8 BAV COMPAXV, ToyxIUe* 4U Hoot 


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