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MCTOKIA, KKITISH COLI MHIA, Tl ESDAY, ^()V^:MBKR II, 1958 


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NICOSIA. Cypru?* (I PI)— The Kritish gov- 
(•rnriH'nt Monday dismissed -I.iHNi <ireek Cypriots 
f^orking for KAK and military eani|>s and will re- 
place them with Kritons in a move to tighten secur- 
ity measures follov^inK a bomb explosion in 

an KAK canteen. 


DONALD t'AMPBKM 
smashcR word 's**** below) 


West 

Ouster 

Sought 


There will be no reKiilar 
edidons of The Dally tol- 
onisl Uednesday niornlna «• 
Ataff members Jfiin Hith the 
re«t *4 \ irtorla today to 
observe Remeinbrsiire Day. 

Next editions of the 
t'olonlsl Hill appear Thurs- 
day morning. 


(By I PI and AP) 

MOSCTOW — Soviet Pre- 
mier Nikita Khrushchev 
raised the threat of a new 
Berlin blockade .Monday in 
a s|)eech thieateninf; to 
abroRate four-power agree- 
ments under which the 
we<iern ptywers garnson 
and supply this isolated 
western outpost 

Khrushchev said the V^>^t• 
ein poHfts have violated the 
Pni.Miam aKrcemcnt and the 
Soviets therelore wiU "exam- 
ine the Western nphf to keep 
troops In the city and supply 
them by air hiEhwav and 


RT REV ANGrs Ma.-gi EEN 
. , . rerofr.;. e Chm* ! 

600.000 noa 


CHlANi; KAISHKK 
. Sf*ri of Ronnie Pnnre 
Chat lie 


Ciiiirchman (.liarsies; 


(ItNKVA ifPI' Ru««ia 
bluntly served notice here yea- 
terdav that its price for an 
East West disarenament astee 
ment was virtual western 
<*apitulatton to Mnacow's tough 
let m.s 

Hie Russian broadside wa- 
dehvered by Soviet first 
deputy foreign mimater V. V 
Ku/neeisov in a speech at ihe 
opening aevsion of the East 
West conference on prevention 
of surprise aftacKs. 


\1H I.IIT 

Soviet renunciaMon of Ihe 
Wnsiern rights tn Berlin could 
lead to a new hlorkade of ihe 
city similar to that of 194H-49. 

tn that blockade the West- 
ern allies kept the Commun(.st- 
encircled city alive by a gigan- 
tic air lift. But yesterday 
Khrushchev also queailoned 
•he Western right to use the 
three ao-mile air corridors 
over the Soviet zone connect- 
»ng the rtiy and the vvesl 
The 5voviel leader told a 
Polish Soviet friendship meet- 
ing at I.^enln Ki4dtum 'The 
time has evidently come for 
the powers which signed the 
Potsdam agreement to give up 
the remnants of the occupation 
h heie PARIS irPIi— Canada yes- regime in Berlin . . 
leiday abslained from casting K'sT < OOI 
, a ballot In a vole that gave the 

^ ® Nationalist Chinese delegation The United States, Rrllain 
hek as right to vole in the 10th and West Germany all turned 
Prince session of the general conler a cold shoulder on the idea 

Khrushchev declared the 
Western powers "long ago 
abolished that legal basis on 
which their slay in Berlin 
rested" and on which rights 
of rommuniration between 
West Germany and West Ber- 
lin depend. 

West Eteilin is an occupied 
enclave 110 miles deep In 
Communist f-jisf Germany. 

Denouncing the Western 
powers, which he claimed had 
fostered mllllarlsm In West 
Geimany. he declared: "And 
on lop of every thing they en- 
joy the right of unhampered 
communication between West 
Berlin and West Germany by 
air. rail, highways and tha 
waterways of ihe German 
Democratic Republic Fiasi Ger- 
many. which they do not even 
wish to recognize " 


|)hell Hurtle.s to ^e\v Vialer Speed Record 

ydroplanc hurtl«»s aertwis Eneland's per hour lo sol an average of 2 IM 62 miles f>er hnur. 

i/esterday with owner Donald I'amp- The 37-\ear-old British .speed are has set his heari 

to shatter world water speed record. on boosting ret'ord In 2!>0 miles an hour but would 

ma .son of a famous father (his not say whether he intends to try again. See slorv 

th land and water speed record.sl on Page 13.— (AP Pholofax.l 


Celebrated Crime 


Holiday Trip Off 


enee 


AMMAN Jordan *AP» 
Voung King Hussicn chsigcd 
Monday iwo Syrian MIG jci 
fighters aliempied to force 
down his unarmed royal plane 
during a flight over Syria and 
then chased him hark acmes 
the Jordan border. He made 
nn mention of any ihois being 
fired 

Hu.ssem. tn a dramatic 
broadcast to hl« nahun. ex. 
plained hts unexpected return 
home less than two hours 
sffei taking off amid cheers 
to celehraie his 2<ih birthday 
Nov 14 wliih members of his 
fsmlJy In Switzerland He rte- 
. lared this trip now has been 
ranrelled, 

Hussein was unharmed; the 
royal plane undamaged. The 


king was riding as co-pilot. 

A apokeman for the Untied 
Arab Republic Army In Syria 
wtthtout mentioning Hus 
»eln charged a Jordanian 
■■military plane" was caught 
trying to fly over the country 
without gelling official clear 
anie 

NATIONAL HOl.fDAV 
King Hussein made hit 
broadcast afier a tong emer 
gency meeting with his cab- 
inet. Jordans parliament was 
called Into nesslon today. A 
national holiday was declared 
today, loo. "to celebrate the 
king's safe return ” 

"They are making enemy 
attacks upon you In my pet 
son." the young king told hH 
people. 


KINGSTON. Onl. (CP) — Mrs. Evelyn Dick, rentml 
figure in one of Canada’s most celebrated criminal 
cases, has been freed on a ticket of leave after serving 
11 years of a life sentence for manslaughter. 

The .ta-yrar-old former Ham 
nion beauty w-sa convicted of 
manslaughter in the death of 
her Infant .son whose cement 
encased body was found by 
police in IfMfi a.s they sought 
dues In Ihe murder of her hus 
band. John Dick, a Hamilton 
Kireel car operator 

Mrs Olck also faced two 
h'ials for Ihe torso slaying of 
her husband but wa.s acqull- 
led. At her fini trial she w'a.s 
found guilty and sentenced to 
he hanged. An appeal, on the 
grounds that evidence pre 
senled by ihe Crown should 
not have been allowed, was 
granlefl. .She wax acquitted at 
her second trial. 

Warden Walter F Johnstone 
of the prison for women here 
said the remission service In 
Ottawa granted Mrs. Dirk the 
ll«*kei of leave last Thursday. 

Mrs. Dick entered Ports- 
mouth penitentiary here July 
IH, 1947. In begin her life Im- 
pi1s<»nment. Described at one 
of her trials as having the 
menidllly of an 11-yrarold 
child, she was apparently a 
model prisoner during the 11 
years and four montha she 
wax behind prison walls. 

Ttie slain infant wa.s one of 
Mrs. Dick's three Illegitimate 
children. The bahy was found , 
by police In Mrs. Dick s Hamil- 
ton home, encased In cement, 
wrapped In a paper bag and 
placed in a suitcaM. 


PRIME MINISTER 
NKRUMAH 
. . plot on life nipped 


Three Boiils 
Three KOs 


Forget 


tvervicea to commemorate 
(.'anada's war dead will be 
held thnnighoul the Greater 
Vidoria area today. 

In Ihe city thr parade of 
veterans will fall In at Hum 
hnidt and tiovernmenl at 
10.15 a.ni. and will m«»ve off 
for Ihe (enolaph at lOJO 
a-m. 

At Flsqiiimah the {tarade 
will asseinhie In front of Ihe 

I. eglon •! |0..'M) am. and 

will march to the Ks«|«ilmaN 
Memorial, where Ihe salute 
will he taken by <'4iinmodore 

J. l>ean. 

A ftememhranre Day ser- 
vi(w will be heM at .Memorial 
r.ore sUrttng at t p.m. for 
Haanich residenia 

At Oak Ray the nervlre will 
take place at the memorial In 
Inlands Park at S p.m. 


Anglicans Sound Alarm 
On Calliolicisni Grovvili 


ACCRA. Ghana (Reuters) 
The government Monday nigh! 
ordeie<l the arrest of 43 Ghan 
alanx alleged to be involved in 
a plot to a.ssa.ssinaie Prime 
Minister Kwane Nkrumah and 
two other ministers 
The announcement by Nkru- 
mah'i oHlce. said the plotters 
al.so planned in kill Interior 
Minister Krobo Kduxet and Ed- 
ucation Minister Kofi Baakn. 

Flarller, Nkrumah presided 
over an emergency cabinet 
meeting, tollowing a meeting 
of Ihe national defence com- 
mittee. 

The announcement said "the 
government has no Intention 
of limiting in any way the poll 
tical acttviilex of any political 
party or organization ' 

It said a group of conspira 
tors, known aa • the "Zenith 
Seven" haa held a aeries of 
aerrei meetings since the be- 
ginning of October, preparing 
plans to "overthrow by asaaa- 
xlnatlon and violence the law- 
fully conaMiuted government 
of Ghana " 


Clark then faced Dick Tan 
ner. 182. .San F'ranciacfi. who 
was scheduled to fight Mau- 
rice Lemece of Ogden Utah. 
Tanner failed to emerge for 
the Ihlid round Referee Ken 
Shulaen aw'arded Clark a TKO. 

Then Tanners opponent. 
l.emere. showed up. Clark 
pounded him lo the canvas in 
2.11 of the first round 
Clark was named In October 
aa the National Boxing Aaan- 
clatlon's heavyweight proapect 
of the month. 


SALT LAKE CtTY (AP) - 
Heavyweight Lamar Clark 
knocked out three opponents 
last night in preliminaries to 
the Joe MicelllGene Fullmer 
middleweight bout. 

Clark. 183. Cedar City. Utah, 
was In have fought only one 
bout. Because of a mlxup in 
schedules, officials said, he 
ended up taking on Ihe other 
two 

In his regularly scheduled 
bout. Clark knocked out Ken 
Howard, 179. Oakland. C^alif.. 
in 1.3S of the first round. 


CLAS(X)W iAP» A radio- 
active rapsule of death ]*• 
inches long was sought Mon- 
day night. The cobalt pellet 
wax mi.Ming from an atomic 
eneigy exposilion in Glasgow'*! 
Kelvin Hall and police hellevt 
it was stolen They warned: 
"Thlx thing must be found. 
If a man is carrying it about 
in hia pocket, he u going to 
die,” 


TORONTO (CP' Concern 
at Ihe perccniage increase in 
(he number of Roman Catho- 
lics In Canada and the United 
Slates was expressed ye.ster 
day Ai the annusi meeting 
of the General Synod of the 
Anglican Church of Canada. 


A report from a committee 
investigating Anglican and 
Roman Catholic relations ssid 
"the lime isn't loo fsr distant 
before Roman Catholics will 
form more than 50 per cent 
of Canada's population.” 


LONDON (UPl)--The Ger 
man battleship Biamsrek was 
scuttled by her own crew, not 
torpe<loed by the Brillsh Navy 
in the Second World War, the 
author of a book published 
here claimed Monday. 

The (German author. Will 
Belhotd. said the Bismarck's 
rrew deliberately concealed 
the fact that they had scuttled 
their ship. Up until now. the 
British were allowed to be- 
lieve that they sank the 
battleship. 

The German crew's reason 
was that the Bismarck had 
chrome • nickel armor • plating 
whicti iMCceeafuliy vesisted 


sheila, mines and torpedoes book, 
and made her practically un- 1 BIsm 
sinkable. Berthold said In hlal Th 


*Tht Sinking of the lieve they had sunk the Bis- leaking 
tit.” march lo prevent s hint of this Berthold 

crew let the British be secret armor plating from The book describes how 

the Bismarck sank BriUiln'a 
biggest battle cruiser, the 
Hood, and battered her big- 
gest battleship at that time, 
(he Prince of Wales, into re- 
treat It describes the Bis- 
marck's own hopeless battle 
which followed against over- 
whelming forces. 

She would not sink, but 
there was nothing to stop (he 
British boarding and captur- 
ing her and learrUng all her 
secrets So her crew sent her 
to the bottom Ihemselvee, he 
said. 


out. according to 


Defence Production 
Sharing Hopes Grow 


OTTAWA (CP I — The gov- 
emment is vigorously pursu- 
ing negoUatlonx with the 
United -Sialex aimed at shar- 
ing of defence prodgclion be- 
tween the Iwo couiurtes. 
aulhoiities said Monday. 

So advanced are Ihese ne- 
gotiations (hsi preliminary dis- 
cussions have been held con- 


cerning production-sharing ar- 
rangements for a aystem de- 
.signed lo counter the Intercon- 
tinental Ballistic Missile. 

However, officials said there 
are slill serious hurdles to 
overcome, not ieasl of which 
Is expected opposition from 
some U5. congressmen and 
aegmanu of U.S. indusiry. 


TEHRAN (Apt — Foreign 
Minister All Asghar Hekmat 
said yesterday Iran Is to sign 
a defence pact with the United 
State*. 


A^'artimt wiraghfito tfiowi laat momeoU of Bismarck 


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Sall^ (Tillntliaf VielorU. BC., Tom., Not. 11, 19$B 


Rods Promise Qiiemov 


TAIPKI, Konnosa lAl 
Chinosp .Naiionafts-- k.i,, 

CommunlMi anruiumT^l 
(erda> thoy Mould rr 
full)k*ali* shellinjj of the 
moy* every «l.n\ 

The NalUHinlM <|e 
nyfitxtry aaiJ Uie anno 


merit Red pracllce of hitting 
key area-« of Quemoy only on 
aheinale day-. 

Today in a hhelling day by 
the timetable atinnumi'fl over 
f‘eiping ra*hi) alnio.Tt tuo 
HcH'ka a,j.). Monday wa* itio 
filth cunaoculive even-num* 
tier.. I day the Kih 1< withheld 
fire from the Quentoy supply 


SINGAPORK (UPII A 
myatrloua meaMge le- 

eetved heie today reported a 
double murder and diamalu* 
struggle aboard the Libenan 
freighter In the Indian Ocean, 
•omewhere south of Ceylon 
The mesaage asked for help 


freighter Chloe. the ship 1» 
llated as a 15.74'Jtoii tankei. 

The messj^je asked thal air 
rrafi be useil to *pee<t hel|i to 
the ship. 


It said the vessel was travel- 
ling at 11.9 knuli:. 

Capt. Sfhull/ said he Inter- 
eeiiiist the .’^IS wlien his plane 
Wiu KS miles amithMest of 


Ceylon lie said he had left 
Colombo, (Vylon, three hours 
and -lu minutiw earlier 

The niesvuge, he topuriwl. 
became Inouherem toward the 

end. He quoted the message as 

It tralletl off: -At this moment 


There wa.s no immediate 


confirmation of the murder 
report, or any Indication 
whether officials would In 
vestlgate. 

I Capt. H .Schullz, 11, of 'he 
KLM Royal Dutch Air Lii.r, 
said he picked up the SO.S 
which said: “SOS , . . the 
1. S.W. captain and chief 
officer murdered. Please send 
immediate help to save the 
crew. The radio officer Is <le- 
fending lus life. Try to bleak 
my do«ir and come In.slde to 
kill me. ' 

The call letters given In the 
SOS are those of the Liberian 


' WASHI.NGTON -UPlt A Todd. ."U. an. 
m'oiest miiiiman who louldn't to the uowd. 
have cared less de||\eied the r ut t 
fabulous Hope diamond into . '/ * ^ 
the nation's hands yesleida). ’* * 

Ttir 4-l‘. carat gem. insured quietly durm 
to, JI 00.U100 and made,. Iron. 1. presen.at 
’V" ® postage cost of , 

about $l.g). W1.S not unex- ^eHvi 

pe< ifsl when It arrived at the ,, , , 

Smithsonian Insiiliife. , ailmlH'^ 

A glittering crowtt of offi- s 

rials and !.<otalilea v\a% i>ii ** 

hand to welrome Hie celebrated "** 
jewel, linked Ihiough the cen Dr. rioorge 
furte.s With the irage.||e« of of the Sm 
pa.M ownr.s. including King division, opei 
Lout* XVI and .M.irie An with his j>o 
i--!nette pj ,-j 

Wheti the Jewel anived by i::. <Je vailn h 
special delivery, registered new home . 
mail. Postmaster Geneiai ' ’•:’"'Vfd ini 
Arthur Summerfield personally .-. ‘.- .i around 
greeted the mailman. James armed cuaida 


Trrrrrrrr 

rrrrrrrrffi 


KNOW TIIK R.MII.VNT 
WARMTH or 


Ye< . . . wlUiout 
obligation ymi can 
piove to yourself 
t h e convenience, 
the quiet, econom- 
ical operation of a 
unit that U tight 
for the whole hou.se 
or a single hard to- 
heat room. No dust, 
dirt or noise. No 
expensive Inslalla- 
non. Just plug it 


Death 

Ends 

Stroll 


Extension of BC. Pow., 
Commission “rrvice t«, iiic 
PGE Junction town of chet 
w-ynd was antumneed .sat night 
by commission chairman T. H 
t'rnsby. 

Seventy mile* west of Daw- 
son Creek, on the Hart High- 
way. Chetwynd is the point 
where the Pacific Great f!ast» 
ern Railway branches off to 
Dawson ('reek and Fort .St. 
John, Formerly called LiMh- 
P: the town wa< =enamed 

for the late Ralph Chetwynd. 
frrmer mmlsiet of rai?”.*.-. -, 


ELECTRIC PANELS 


IMTS KKO.M AS LOW AS 

Healing Owts as m |ijio .Monthly 


VO.NKKftS. N.V. (.API — 
.\n engtne«>r on a New \nrk 
t eniral work train Monday 
suddenly spotted a drl and 
a man strolling arni-lnarm 
down the tracks ahead 
He Jerked the uhistle 
cord. They l«Mik on nolle**. 

frantically, he threw <tn 
the air br»ke<fc— hot two late 
The girl. Fleannr SeridaJI. 
It. was Ulle*t .Mitrlghl. The 
man, .Anthony Sforse. 54, 
hwi a leg. 


PANELEC 


Arsonisl LMiiles Toronto Homes 

Volu/iH H‘-^UCTS rlamher fo hhI nf Klhol Blrvem. 
H,, one of pjTsons forcml to |)oo a I'ovv of seven 
Toronto h."r,'n-% l>rl:rvr<i *^-*t afire by an arsonist. 

- ii'r’ in rt ,.:i .- .nion within a 
mallrr ot hours. I’olioc ;;r?oni>i lirned main 

bla/f will’ll fiivhall u... empty. No one vv.i.s in- 
jttivd duo fn quick action of ftrt'mcn who di.scovered 
blaze while relurninc from earlier fiio. 


Thoii>.and% of Satisfied \ 


ine puDiir meeting Mr, Me vey finu: -i the 
Wf ; v.ids m pfogrv- - ti. uien held hurri-jd 

I nflu-iii’iiil. io» ;,.-d 4 onsultalions. 

inio his to Uie I’ana ■ It roulcl have happened In 

diiin . the ai'vonr.*' he ‘--id as hr tushed 

mav'Ts rrpreveMt. .-it o\v«y to the Civic Auditorium. 
Polish lnilefK*ndf:::-r day iv,c stoutly ant»-Com- 

'■eremonle*. mu.'-vi t'anadian Poitsii Con- 

’Ttie mayor Jtuns you in yf" v. -a mooting, 
the fi-iveht lint>e that the 
lamp of liberty will tM> kepi 
-flame m .vour heaiis ind *l 
vour pra>-.rs for vsiur horn*- 
land will bi' answeroi ... as 
I he rongres.s meets in aolemn 
commemoration of Polands 
indrprmdeiue day," he said. 

Member* of the Taj prrsoti 
audience glam'ed at one an 
other:' Titters were heard 
They were attending a nicvi- 
ing of the C'ommuni.st spon- 


Trainer’s Eyes Hold 
Wounded Lion at Bay 


Don't Neglect Slipping 

FALSE TEETH 

Do f«lM «Mth drop slip or vobiils 
«lk«n you UIK. r*:. laufb or sxisvir* 
UoD'l br anonyrd sod m-tMirssMd 
br Mjiti) handiea|i* PXSTRKTM. *a 
aUallnr 'non^s'TM' posrdrr losprin- 
kir on vour pi»l«s. korps fsis* lorUt 
rors OrmiT s»*i Civn r^tnndvnc frrl- 
Irig of ;?rur|if slid added comfort. 
Nofijfnmy soor v |>s *ty tootsor fr*l- 
lOR 0«t PAtfTtimi today kl drug 
eouBirrs sv«rrah«r* 


tecoi 


OTTAWA <CPi • The fed during the Second Woild War 
eral government h.is decided An official of the war claim* 
to make an additumal cash c,.mmlsaion Mid Monday thai 
award beioie Chrisima? to Ca- -^>me 9,jfi0 former PoWa anr 
nadian prisoners of war and civilian internees will receive 
civilian prisoners who suffered award* at a cost of more thar 
maltreatment at the hands of ?l!.000 00n Awards paid sine* 
the flrrmans and .lapanese the end of the war total $-f.2.V), 

rmn 

Intor.l Inrli f Vatiitx '’^bctal said the add! 

lllUr-||l}IIl lynKip t|on;,| pdvment w 


S(diium lAne 
Stays Hut 


TOKYO (CP) Th* Knitrd 
Slates failed Monday to w-m a 
new- boundary which would 
have further restricted Japan 
ese salmon fl.shlng In the 
Northern Pacific Ocean. 

The International North Pa- 
cific Flaherle* Commission said 
the dividing line "will remain 
at Ha present location for an- 
other year." 


^ ill amount to 

W rat P*'r cent of the maltreat 

iWCClS I ontorrow received 

by I he former PoW or civilian 
Representatives from all Internee. 

Greater Victoria high schools 
will aifond a me**llng of the 
Inter -high council of the I'ana- 
dian Red Cro»« in Red c'roe. 

Houae at 4.30 pm. tomorrow. 


Time was when this family spent all their weekends 
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Behring Strait, the western 
entrance lo the Arctic Ocr>an. 
IS only 49 mile* wide and less 
than .“WO feet deep. 


November II, I9‘>8 
Cloudy, a few xhower* to- 
nighl. Little change m temper- 
ature. Winds Jighi I*reclpUa- 
llon Monday, ,09 Inch. Sun- 
shine, 43 minute.*. 

Ite<^rdrd Temppraluren 
High. 4H Low. 42 
Forem*| Temperatures 
High. 4H Low 40 

Sunrise...? 14 Sunset 4.19 
East Cna.«f of Vaneouver 
Island-'Cloudy, wHh .showers 
this evening- LHHe change In 
temperatuie. Winds light High 
and low at Nanaimo, 4A and 
40 

We.st Coast of Vaneouver ft* 
Island- Cloudy, with showers pJ 
LiMie change In temperature. ^ 
Winds light this morning he- m 
coming southerly If* this after 
noon. High and low at Estevan r.< 
Point. 4A and 40 

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In Remembrance 


Will Ike 
Resign? 


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-y^/ASHINGTON — White Houm 
W *iaff memhers and other clo.M 
friends of President Elsenhower ars 
spn-ulatinK whether the Democrstlo 
election sweep miKht not hsiten the 
prealdenl'e retirement from office 
before his term would normally ex* 


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Tl KSDAY. NUVhMBhK 11, 10.NH 


reasoning: 

In order for the Republican Party 
to have any tort of chance of elect* 
Ing a president or a house in 1960 
(they cannot win the Senate), vig* 
omus new political leadership will 
have to come from somewhere, Presi* 
dent Eisenhower lisa no taste for 
professional politics on a year-round 
ba<o« and will probably remain 
aloof from the pmfeaslonalB for the 
remainder of his term. 


The Great Remembrance 


(vnt muniripalilics will honor the 
day as ha.s been their custom for four 
deiMd<*s. The central obseivance will 
l>e at the I'an^evvay tVnotafih. where 
the iteople of this I'ommunity will 
join with the aimnl forces and the 
veterans in Iribtiie to the war dead 
of this area. Esquimnlf i>erpetuates 
Its sc'jiurale nn«l eonflietinc ser\ire 
at 11 a.m. but the speeinl Oak Ray 
and Saanich serviee.*, will l)e held in 
the afternoon. Given appropriate 
weather the allendanees should re- 
flect the spirit whl<‘h attaches to 
this particular day of the year. 

It has come to he a holida.v, has 
Novemlvr 11. hiit the sentiment as- 
sorinte»1 with the rveasinn peimeate.s 
the whole day. Even those to whom 
the flreal Hemembnma' has no fH*r- 
.srmnl impact cannot fail to be 
touched by the o<‘cnsion. For all 
otliers, for nil those for whom the 
day hns sitrnificant nn<l heart-felt 
mennine. Noveml>er 11 W etched in 
letters that will never fade. With 
their fellows of the ('ominonwealth 
itw' {lenpio of Uus commuuiLy honor 
themselves in pJt.vinc humble tribute 
to their honor^ and never-fonjotten 
war dead. 


tT Is thirty-nine yeaiN Intlay since 
^ the Great Remembrance Ite^an. 
It was to mark (he first anniversary 
of the Armistice of November 11. 
1018. that the ceremony of the Two 
Minutes' Silent:e was held m White- 
hall. with a hurriedlv enacted tem- 
porary ('enotaph ns the focal point 
of the service. .A yew Uier lhat 
cenotaph wa.s carved In |)ermanenl 
fonn and its likeness spread through- 
out the Commonwealth, with the 
sacred Silence incorporaltvi as pari 
of the ritual now so universally 
observed. 

Another global war has come and 
gone since the first thankful ob«en- 
ance took place, and the names of 
countless others have lM*en atlded to 
the honor rolls. The ceast'-fire of 
184."> is now merged with the armis- 
tice of TJ18 in the most widely- 
obseivetl memorial the world has 
ever known. It is meet that this 
should lie so. The most profmmtl 
memor>’ of the Twentieth jL'cniur>' to 
date is the great sac’riflce of the men 
and women .symbolized hy the 
empty tomb that is a eenotaph. 

In Victoria all four of the adja- 


V'lce-pppsldenl Nixon, on Ihe other 
hand, is only 4S years old,, whereas 
the pi'esldent at 6^ is within a few 
weeks of being the oldest president 
In the history of the eounirv'. Mem- 
bers of the Eisenhower White House 
staff believe it Isn't unlikely, there- 
fore, thrti the pre.sident will resjgn 
pdor lu the noimal eml of hts second 
lei m, which has more than two years 
to run. 

Kium inside the Republican f’aity 
all manner of pressure will b# 
exertfHl upon the chief executive to 
dll juKi that. A Ni.xon who is a Iruv 
tiuicd vice-president woulil be able 
In do far less toward rehahillt.ilion 
of h|s own party than a President 
Nixon. 

The roasiliution clearly gi\e.s a 
president the right to resign at any 
time allJiough this right h:^.s nev«-r 
been cxenixed. The president s deli- 
cate health, including a portial heart 
aiM'k a major tnteKiinal operation, 
and a partial slrctke since he first 
took offl'^. is a strong (actor, too. 


Drvdock Is National Asset 


wiihdiawn from trading in any 

fa'ihinii. 

The elimination of the fees should 
adjust this situation and definitely 
improve the order bf#ok at the grav- 
ing basin, without any significant !o.ss 
to the Dominion. Everv' ship that 
Is handled In drydock means work 
for ktcal shipyards, and the employ- 
ment sometimes of considerable 
groups of workr'rs. These are the 
flll-in contracts between the yards’ 
rt‘' 4 ular lines of activity, and one of 
the reasons why the operation of the 
drvdock m» ans a good deal to this 
area. ai>art from its national func- 
tion. T^e fullest poftsible publicity 
should be given by the federal gov- 
ernment to the decision to remove 
the harbor fees. 

In the same manner, much could 
be done fo point up the advantages 
of a dp>’dock large enough to handle 
nearly all of the ships afloat today, 
for luture u.se and reference. There 
i« a good prospect that large tankers 
will come here, especially as trade 
ri'sumes on coastal routes and across 
tlie Pacific. Most modern ports have 
graving basins, but not always the 
length of dock and other repair 
facilltie.s to handle some of heavy 
tonnage. At Esquimau, Canada has 
one of the finest dr>’docks operating 
in the Commonwealth. Full advant- 
age should be taken of this through 
adequate advises to port authorities 
and shipping lines throughout the 
world. 


T he undertaking given by federal 
authorities that harbor leri- 
ebarged vc.ssels visiting E.squimalt 
waters to enter drydoi'k w ill l>e lifted 
is welcome redress of ah anomalous 
situation. As the largest graving 
Ka«in on this coast, access to the dry- 
dock has l)pcomp a necessity for a 
growing class of heavy tonniige ships 
trading in the Pacific. They include 
new oil tankers of such a draft and 
si/e that only the largest of dr>'tIo<*ks 
can handle them, and lhest> alone 
could form an important contribution 
to work that can be done at Esqui- 
mau. But other tyiics of .ships are 
also concerned and the imposition of 
fees was discouraging a numlter (,»f 
them which otherwise might have 
docked at Esquimau. 

Vancouver and E.squlmalt under 
the circumstances are not compar- 
able. Vancouver i.s under a national 
harbor commission, vshich gives a 
full line of port services in return for 
a .sche<iule of charges, principally 
having to do with berthage and the 
normal turn around movements of 
a .ship entering a port for trading 
purposes. No trade is done at Esqui- 
mau. It is not under national harbor 
board control for rommerrial pur- 
poses. Its naval functions are distinct, 
and separated from all t'ommercinl 
enterprise. Why harbor fet's should 
have l>een impo.sed in the first place 
is difficuU to understand. Ships about 
to enter drydock are expres.sly those 
vessels w hich for the moment are 


But. some White Hnuse airl<‘S 
atfiue. the smashing victory of Nel- 
son Rockefeller as governor of New 
York In the face of an imposing 
Democratic tide elsewhere affect* 
the situation dramatically. Not all 
members of (he president's staff art 
convinced that he would personally 
like to see Richard M. Nixon Iht 
next president of the United States, 
despite outward friend.shlp for the 
ambitioa* young Californian. 

Rockefellers victor)' bring* the 
Republican Party a fresh and young 
iRnrkcfrUer Is only 50) new vote- 
getting personality with a temfio 
name from a ptnverful state. Here, 
then, may be the man to lead tiit 
Repubhi an Party out of the wilder- 
nesA. Hence. WhUe Houxe assistants 
argue, the president won't lea\a 
Washington extepi for extreme ill* 
health or the legal termination of 
his second four year*. 


The Oak Bay War Memorial 


Ph«Ui ny CECIl. CIXRX. 


Thinking Aloud 


Corn id Wdri/ifi' 


Reports from Ottawa 


^ . of shoes >and thips^and seal- 

ing wax^I cabbages and kings.” 

By TOM TAn.OB 

l was in Edinburgh a few 
»V month* ago I climbed the 
rotibierl .slope from the Mound and 
{na.Kxed within the 
Castle walla, up to 
Foggy Gale and »o 
on to Palace Yard. 
- if Five years be- 
f> " fore I had trod the 

route, bent 


T hi: hi;: swilrh m air defence 
planning announi ed in Sepiem- 
bt-r t«i giving -,-i- to sfime disturtnng 

which support ihe 

it nce<j* manm .1 

I n 1 e r c e ptor.s as 

well as guided mis- J|j& 


over the .sparsely settled northlxnd, 
far from population rent re*. 

I'm told It's no solution to move 
irtHlallatlons into the far 
noil)’ Ml**"'—, like manned Imcr- 
('eptors, neiNi radar rei«iis from the 
W.'VV and Mid-Canad« Imc- to 
enable them to fmd their taipet?. 

So the impliiaium is ilut Bo- 
maii.s will have to in enemy bombers 
get uncomfortably close to popula- 
tion centres before attacking them. 
Wmdborne radio.uHve fallout fmm 
the e.xplosion of nut lear bomba 
even m the open countrj' <-ould con- 
taminate . jiy and ci^untrN^ide alike. 

For this and other re.tson*. the 
air forie visualise* misstle.s a* a 
second line of defence, to destroy 
hostile planes which elude Ihe 
manned interceptors. 


y f same 

then on a pilgrtm- 
HB age to the building 
IH well described a* 
Ihe Flowers o' the 
Forest ca*t in stone. This summer the 
urge was eased because I had ber-n 
there before, but yet again m> step* 
turned to the memorial shareil h> a 
br>y 1 knew In the flower of hi* gal- 
Hard youth. 

Ea-'h Nov. 11 I think of him as the 
Last Post i* played, and. because of 
that, I am going to rci»eat part of 
what 1 wrote five yeair; ago. 

t entered the arched do'«rway, pa.^l 
the tar\*ed lines of the Hundred and 
Twenty Fourth Psaim, and siepiied 
Into the Hall of Honor. Ihe long 
vaujieti corridor that instantly quiets 
the spirit. 

As though drawn by magnet I 
moved to the regimental bays. Here 
are stone and bronze monuments to 
Scottish n'gimenis. On (he wall of 
each Is a panel inscribed with the 
crest and history of the regiment in 
name*, dale.* and buttle honors. On 
the flunka AM' the t'olors. Below euch 
{uinel Is a stone luble. on which rests 
the roll of (he di*H«l. 


As the -.:...iiion SiP “ 

now stands the I 

Air force ts to gel 
Bom arc rntasiies ^ 

which can be guided to target by 
ground ladar report* pruresM'd 
through .•'tAGE elei-iionic brain*. 
Whether it will also get (aster in- 
leri'cplor j)t«nes fo lepl.ice the out- 
mi>ded (.'F-lnO'.s is xttll an open 
question. 

The siiuaiion is to be reviewed by 
March 31. when presumably the 
final decision will be made on 
whether to buy even a reduu*«l num- 
b«'r of CF tO.') Airow.s for Ihe RQAF. 

The cosi of these plane*, which 
Prime Minister Diefenbnker said 
would be Slt.000.000 earh, is the 
major deterrent to ordermg the 1(£ 
Info production. The P.M hinted that 
if Ihe RCAF really needs planes 
in addition to missiles, airplanes 
could be bought from Ihe US. 

Crawford Cordon, president of 
AVUO. ha* rejected Ihe PM'* cost 
estimate on the lOV. He mv* AV’RO 
ran sell the Rt’AF a hundie<i 105'* 
at il.Vto.oOO ench, Morr-iver. our 
mllllar)' air expert* argue that Ihe 
new US. Interceptor, the F 106, 
doe* not meet Cajiadu’s lung range 

The book of my pilgrimage was requirement, 
that of the HLI. with more than ten- 
thousand name* H*te<l in lia type- 
written pages. These become so 
frayed by reverent, trembling fingera 
they have to be replaced periodically. 

I fumed the page* with sad eager- 
nesN. There was the entry I sought, 
cold and clear in Ms simpItcMy: 

"James Campbell." 

What memories answered the sight 
of that name! We had been at school 
together, had shouldered twin rtfle* 

•a though pre-ordained, had played 
and sang and qii.it reled o'er many a 
year. 

James Campbell. A buoyant lad, 
bubbling with good cheeri Intelligent, 
brilliant even, deft of mind and hand. 

How filled he was with promise. 

Well do 1 remember when we 
bathed at Ghurka Bluff until hostile 
shells sent us splashing for cover, 
and Ihe d.*y near Gaza when we ate 
unwisely among the orange gmve*. 

Etched dearly, loo, are the Judean 
Hills over which he was not to go. 

He was but twenty, with three 
years of war behind him, when he 
was killed. 

I touched hla name and closed (he 
HLI volume of the dead. Jimmy 
never knew of Armistice Day. but 
perhaps he knows of this book and 
of our remembrance. 

Inside the Shrine with it.* Casket 
and Croaa of Sacrifice the figure of 
.St Michael hovered in benediction, 
arid as 1 turned to leave, the Arch- 
angel seamed to nod in understand- 
Ing. , 


The defeats of Senator Knnwland 
in California and Senator Bncker In 
Ohio are lerrihle blows to the con- 
servative wing of the Republican 
Party. Knowland was a foremost 
randldate for Ihe Republican nom- 
ination in 1960. His cham-es have 
vanished In a Democratic Inundation 
of the West Coast. Bricker, one* 
vice-presidential randldate on tha 
Republican slate, is a leader of the 
light wing faction in the GOP, and 
his absence will badly hurt the 
cause of isolation and conservatism 
in his party. 

These facta, say White House staff 
offldalB, place additional pressure on 
President Elsenhow'er to resign and 
give Nixon the best possible place 
from which to direct rehabilitation 
of the Republican Party in the two 
year* remaining before the next 
national election. 


Boeing Aircraft, manufacturer of 
the Bnmarc. as«ert* that this mtsaile 
"does not supplant the manned air- 
crafl" because "no missile is yet 
capable of judgment, of reasoning.'’ 

U S. Defence .Secretary J H. Doug- 
las said Sept. 27 that Ihe reported 
development of a new Soviet jet 
bomber "emphasizes the Importance 
of our own advani'ed bomber pro- 
grams and our long-range interceptor 
and air defence mfksUe programs." 

And three weeks ago Air Marshal 
C. R. Slomon. Canadian deputy 
commander of the North American 
Air Defence Command, said "It is 
a safe forecast . , . that an aggres- 
sor's offensive strategy I* unlikely 
to rely on ballistic missiles alone 
for a considerable numlrer of years. 
This situation forces us to . , . em- 
ploy manned Interceptors in our 
system for as long a* the manned 
bomber I* pari of the threat . . ." 

A way out of the dilemma would 
he to permit the USAF to operate 
Its manned jnlcrceplors from Cana- 
dian bases. But the cost of this might 
be unthinkably high In the coin of 
Canadian aoverelgnty and national 
pride. 


Chest Needs Final Push 


motive than to enable the agencies 
of the Community Chest to carry on 
their splendid work. 

If the bulldozer approach was a 
mistake the Chest itself should not 
be made to suffer on that account. 
In the final analysis the people who 
would Ik* hurt would he those un- 
fortunate.* — the poor, th<* friendless, 
Ihe handicapped — whf) dei>cnd on 
Ihe ortranizafions suppoiied by the 
Che*t to help them through their 
troubles. The $.'100,000 .souchl this 
year repmsents Ihe absolute mini- 
mum total on which iht>se agencic^ 
can function. The $2.>,000 deficit is 
equivalent to only al>out 20 rent.* a 
head. Surely among.*! Ihe people of 
Greater Victoria there must ix? 
enough who could afford another 
dollar or two to cover such a rela- 
tively small shortage and entible the 
long • drawTi - out campaign to he 
wound up. 


R unning about $ 25,000 behind. 

the Community Chest of Greater 
Victoria needs one more vigorous 
■purt if the objective of S300.000 \s 
to be attained. The last dash is 
always the hardest: but as the .short- 
age has been whittled down to less 
than 10 per cent. prtwpiHd.s for ulti- 
mate sut'ces.s appear fairly g<x>tl. It 
is a pity, however, that the raising 
of the la.sl .?25,(KX) .should require 
BO much pleading and so much effort 
on the part of the Chest organizers. 

A somewhat different appnxich 
was made to reluctant lirm.s and in- 
dividuals this year, but Ihe response 
was negligible. It I* apparent that 
these people can neither be shamed 
nor intimidated into contributing to 
the Chest. In some ca.scs it is pos- 
Rible that the strategy this year 
ser\*ed rather to antagonize than to 
win over; but it was the strategy of 
desperation, employed from no other 


Nixon him.*eir will be constantly 
awarr of Rockefeller's presence from 
hero on until the next Republicaa 
national convention in (lie summer 
of 1960. The New York governor'* 
obvious attraction to independent 
and Democratic voters parallels 
Dwight D. Eiaenhower and Franklin 
D. Rooaevelt. 

Without Independents and Demo- 
crats. no Republican can become 
president two years hence, and Nixon 
doesn't liave loo many friends m 
these Important branches of th« 
eleiioraie. Moreover. Nixon may 
auffer in the next two year* from 
"o\‘er -exposure" on national lasues 
where he must take a stand. Thia 
won't happen to Roi'kefeller. 

.Should President Elsenhower r»- 
sign before his term la legally (in- 
tshed. or die in office before Jan. 
20, 1961. Richard M. Nlxon'a chances 
of winning not only the I96i) Repub- 
lican numinaUun but the next presi- 
dential election would be greatly en- 
hanced. Such an event would also 
give Nixon, White House aides aay, 
a far heller Chance to shore up 
what's left of a badly battered Re- 
publican party organization. 


Why does Ihe RCAF want the 
103 in addition to the Bomarc mis- 
sile? 

The main argument Is that the 
ia» has much greater range than 
Bomarc's 2.50 to 400 miles, and in 
theory at least would enable the 
RCAF to destroy enemy bombers 


Interpreting the News 


Action or Argument? 


By JOSEPH Mar.SWEKN 
Canadian Press Staff Writer 

T he announcement that Russia has con- -with conaidctable propaganda success^ 
iinue<i conducting teat nuclear ex- for acceptance of their "lojever' fi^rmula. 

ploaiuna. dehpue a suspension by tne There is evidence they hojie for some sort 

United States and Britain, can be greeted of agreement to forestall France’s plans 

with mure disappointment than lurprise. to join the nuclear power.* hy testing it* 

It Is ironic that the RuasUns should first nuclear device in the Saliara. 

go on blasting at the same time a* East- The Geneva meeting results from 

West talks on a world wide suspension seven weeks of discussions held last sum- 
are in progress in Geneva. mer by American. British and Russian 

But practically on the eve of the acientitta who finally agreed that it ta 

Geneva conference. Moaeow released a fea.tible and desirable to set up a world 

•latement saying that uniaas texts were inspection system of land and sea llaicn- 

stopped Immediately and 'Torever ' Ru*- ing posts to detect sny .rret nuclear 

aia would continue Ms series. tests once a ban had been signed. 

♦ a * ^ .Still another East West meeting, this 

The West’s one-year suspension was time on meth«>ds to prevent surprise ai 

not good enough for the Russians. They lack, is scheduled to begin In Geneva next 

said sardonically that the U5. had con- Monday All these development.* relating 

tinued testa with unseemly haste right up to diaarmament tend to hr confusing, but 

to Ms own aelf-impoaed deadline and that one fact is apparent : New concessions 

about one year would be required to are being made to the Russian point of 

evaluate the reauMi in any case, view 

At Geneva, the Ruuiana have pressed It is Russia’s move st Gcnt^ 


A woman of my ncqualnlanre lost 
her hu.sband in thP first war and 
her son in the second. .8hc was In- 
vited to attend cercmonles^on each 
of the three dates, one by her hus- 
band's regiment, one by her church 
and one by her aon's school princi- 
pal. 

I offered to be her escort, on each 
or any of the occasions. 

"As a (natter of fact." she said, 
declining, "every day is Remem- 
brance Day with me. Every day. 
every night, all the year through.” 

War. you sea. except for Ihe brief 
time It rages, la not a public mat- 
ter at all. In the long view, it is 
slmost entirely a private matter. 


With the Classics 


To see a World in a Grain ^f 
.*and, 

And a Heaven In a wild flower, 
Hold Infinity In Ihe palm of your 
hand. 

And Eternity in an hour. 

—WILLIAM SLASB 







Model of Veaveful Infesrolion 


p<4il lime o{H‘ia(nr. atid that agncullure tn Q<‘. would 
be better off without them Koi some years the polKnes 
of the department have twn consistently and effectively 
cliiected toward the elimination of mu-h farmers fiom the 
asricultural scene. Witness the elimmalioii of at>out bOt) 
dairy farmers in the Ftav‘r Valle>. the abandonment of 
potato ffiowing hv about 15<1 out of liiil faimers on Van- 
couver Island durmc ’be Usi few veai'R illuui'es finm the 
Be. (’oast Vegrt.ihle Maikeiinc Ho.urti the idiminsiiun 
of shout half of the pinrtuc n -disrMhmnr« of milk on Van- 
couver Island, and tlie unmisiakatile innlenee of the pnv 
pie&Mve dismtef^ration of the whole dniivini: liulustry on 
the l.sland 


peirmsston 
can do." 


fusion. 

r>nna)d flolland, H, of the 
Neepawa dfsttici was hrousht 
to Winnipejr Friday In milcal 
«on<htu»n suffetln? from a 
bullet wound in the ihieh. 

Despite appeal* h\ hospital 
officials and letaiives, the 
bo>’s father I..ouis Hohand. 


Uay oi tmaunimtion 

I read with interest the letter of W. V Cievs^j]] and 
add: The day we have parsed tins "Bill of Riuht.s Cana- 
dians one and alt will he emannpaterl. as part of our 
British Empiie 

Many old soldier* dieam on and on in nut leutiiif; 
days of life, f trust the sho’. k to nome of us findiOK we 
are emancipated wUI wake s.»me of us up in the gre*!- 


E. HOSPES 

l.t. 0»i»«rel fMtMsar Afset, 
Caweaiaii ItN., VmkswW 


1. N*««r «M (MS •» TVy 3 months for only $3. 

can leave Sim %hicb coUecU bacicns 
and fnod partKioa. a ma/or cause of 
offeiiuve “DeiMufa Breath." 

1. Us* a laefciwg Syps c*a — st ipaSs 
Msa MMh *Aly. PalidiwM foinieol ■ 

(he denture cleanser recommended hjr 
more demists than any other. No 
Knishuia. no bandliof of soapy phnea 
that can Utb and break. Pohdem feta 
where a brsiah cna'i ranch. Best o< all. 


This stubbornness abtmt sweepstakes is childish. 
People will gamble, and if lhe.se htngo games are not 
gambling tables 1 for one do not know what gambling 


evssas sera ms sa latrnductnry euh- 
amo'ion 'a Ths Ohrutlsn Seisms ISnal 
lar-ta Issues. I snclem n 


Ireland is very fortunate to be able, through her 
sweepstakes, to gather Into her coffers so many fhou- 
•ends of goorl Canadian dollars, which could, of eouise. 
by a wide-awake attitude, be used to run our ow*n hos* 


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cmvzQ 

FLASK 


Preposterous Plan 

Thtf piopo.Hdl recently nude by the mim.sier of Hgricuh 
tuie tn Virlmia to roloni/e ihe iiorih counliy by uffermg 
pruNjuTtIve seillvis louiifv nf ST.'iii for iliM*e >ems u 
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It HnweviM, il l* iruliuctive l<* cofnidei the h.irkgri»und. 
againxi which ihii* iHepnsietnu.x xugg«‘H|inn has been 
Lrnited oui. 


Indignant Osage Residents 
Rlame Bomb on Outsiders 

OSAGK, W. Va. (I’Pli- A - were opened more than bO 
ea.se of dynamite, expertly yearx ago. They had w'el- 

I > ^ • - - . ' , , ...i ' , ,1, .1 


the Supreme ('ouit's Integra* , pon. "We never had any 
Hop decision in 19S4. There ; difficulty.'* 
has been no racial conflict j Residents of Osage were 
bara* [ indignant. They blamed 

■Till* is the last thing we "outalder*” for the dynamit* 
could expect." said school* Jng. which buckled Ihe walla 
auperintendent Charles Sieven- 1 of the building. 


fiail^ daloniot Victoria. B.C., Taes., Nov. 11, 1951 

Letters to the Lditor 


Tiiese casuaiuoti are nut the result of generut adverse 
ernnomic condiimns. hut aie ihe diierr result of cippre.s- 
aive and desiiurtive goiernment pidines 

view of, the above, c an an\one suppose Ihwi Ihe 
propo-saj to sHtle cnlnnisis l.(kX) miles litim maiker* wnh 
negligible lesoum’s i.< made in g«md faith? The only tea* 
sonabte explaiishon is that the scheme In Ihe naliirp 
of an indit-eei subsidy ftir the PUK. which must find some 
traffic for its miles of line through th*> wtideino-**. 

GEORl'rK WVNDLOW. 

Yellow Poini, l.adysmiih. BC. 

Rpnwmhrr I eteraiis 

At ihi* rime of rememhirtrite. as we think of our 
heroe* and loved ones, we lemembci also ihe thousands 
of veterans, bfiih hrjf> and ajj ovei the wmid. who are 
srill suffeiing Irnm the efletis of war. For them rhe war 
Is never over. Week after week momh after month, some- 
times year alter >eai. many of these meji he uncomplam* 
Ing in their hospital beds or elsewheie. 

So. as we lememner those who died to save mankind, 
the I’rween Hosts, let us alM remembi*r the veieian* m 
hospital* and elsewhere who, wtih their indomitable mur* 
age and paiienc*-. prove that "old soldiers nevei die. they 
only fade away." 

Perhaps, ifwi. we should lemembrr the "Noble Army 
of Wfimen.” the wives of ihe.se men who parienUy. year 
In and xear out, hudge to the vanou* hospitals, living up 
to ihetr vow* "For better, for woise" 

EKIROTHY ABRAHAM. 

1125 Faithful Street. 


T -V i* « ^ 


re.s* of t’anada. To oiheis. ii will he like riie young eagle 
thai has been chalnM to lt< stake f<»r the pa«i xear* 
and suddenly let free, and al) ii does I* in f|v around 
as usual and rest again on it.? old perch as that lx alt 
It know'S. 

H. V. BRADFORD. 
Rocky Point Road. Tedder Ba\ . B C. 

Apolofiy Tendered 

May I send my lea? regret to the (Jueen*wood 
people that they did not hear firs>l abnut Queenswood 
Garden*. By now they will have the fullesi information 
delix'eted to each of them persor-allv. 

I hope that ihey will have been reassined that land 
values, more than full paxmenr nf taxes the overcrowded 
arhnol. the future high standard* of upkeep, and the pre- 
servation of the trees, are also the first consideration in 
our minds. 

I hope that they will come tn Si. George s Parish Hall 
at 8 o’clock next Wednesday evening to hear my personal 
apologies for not making all this plain befoie 

CHARLES M. NELLES, 

19JW Lan.sdowme Road. 

1/ S3 m\ m i I W a a* 9-^ a 9 ^ f ^ ^ 


Life with Father 

Turning Ihe eternal triaiiKle into a family circle, 
Joseph Nexs. .'^9, lives I'ontenl with his wife Mar- 
caivt. left. and *‘the other woman,” Sarah 
New. right, 27, al Cradley Heal hr England. New 
met Sarah in lO.rl and later brought ner home for 
a ''conference" xvith his wife. Sarah moved in. 
legally changed her last name to Nexx-, and nnxv 
has three children. Mrs. New has seven. Nexv 
s,»ys: "We all get on fine. Naturally il lakes tact 
xxifh Ixxn xxnmen living in the same house" 

mtness* Son "Critical* I 

Transfusion Refused 
For Wounded Boy 

WI.VNIF’EG 'CP* Doctor* Rclxtlve* *aid Miv bny w*« 
*1 .Si. Boniface Hospital aie tiding on a tractor wirh his 
struggling to Have ihe life twin brother David when a 2’2- 
of a 1-l.xear-oKl htiy whose calibre rifle discharged 
patents, memherx of the "The h(*y Is on the critical' 
Ji'hovnh's Witness sect, refuve list ’’ a Si. Boniface doctor 
to aiktw him a blood Iran*- “I'nlesx the parents give 


has lefu-iivi dfM’inrs pci mission 
to give a blood transfusion. 

• The hoy. lying m packed ice. 
underwent an ot>craiion on the 
leg to determine wheiher ihe 
bullet, whic-h parsed through 
Ihe leg. had damaged an ar- 
tery. It was found a ma|nr 
atiery wa* severed and to pre- 
vent further loM of blood the 
ends of the artery were li*»d. 

False Teeth Often 
Have a Certain Odor! 

Sook your ploto* 

In Pelidont doily 
to ovoid "Donfuro Brooth* 

Polideai u the tpscialiy detigned 
cleanwr that kerpt faiw lenb — and 
Wreath - clean and fmb aJvar*- Fair 
k>» theae timpk rules. 

I N»»'i ••• • Wnr«* M iWswt Torn 
dental plates are much aofier than 
natural leeib Bruahmg wean dowa 
httina ndnes to ihev aet Ioom 


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mg tfork . • 

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High School, for five years a 
model of peaceful Integration. 

The bombing shocked thi* 
mining community, whose 
Negro and white residents 
have lived m racial peare since 
the rich coal seam* of the area 

a * * 

Integrate 

—Court 


ST. LOl'IS lAPi-The V.S. 
eighth circuit court of appeals 
dliected yesterday that the 
Lltlle Rock. Ark., school board 
take steps to accomplish inie 
gralion of Negro students as 
previously ordered by Ihe 

COIIllh. 

The 23-page decision wa* 
handed down 27 days afier 
final arguments were heard on 
whether Little Rock's four 
public high schools could be 
leased for u«e a* private, seg 
regaled institutions. 


'J’he blast damaged the 
structure beyond repair and 
Jarred the homes of the 
town's MID residents. 40 per 
cent of whom are .Negro. 

Before dawn. FBI agent* 
arived lo aid slate and county 
police in the investigation. But 
houi* later. .no *u*pect.s had 
been taken Into custody and 
even ihe motive for the 
dynamiiing was not clear. 

.'School aulhoniies iToaed 
both Hie blasted building, 
which serviced 308 pupil*, in 
eluding 93 Negroes, and a 
nearby elementary whool. 
Tliey hoped lo ger the stu 
dent* back to rla.sse* tn other 
school.* tomorrow. 

.^•hols of the Oeage area 
have been desegregated stnre 

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School Blast Jars Town 














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fr;=.-7T;t-.;f : 51 


jpanese 


Parents Fight Strike 


TOKYO (Reuters) 


after they sf^reod to return to The leftist Japanese Teach* 
the classrooms. iJnion. wHh a claimed mem* 

'’'■•‘'’IP •( <00.000 d.nounr«l 
several months ago to protest . v 

against the Con.servative gov- system as a camou* 

ej nmenfs new efficiency rating ftaged means for weeding out 
system. Under the system. Communists. It ordered a 
annual reports are made on major strike, threw picKeia 
each teacher's efficiency and around every school and began 
conduct. street demonstrations. 


Lack of candidates for city 
council may result in Aid Ar- 
thur Dowefl running for re- 
election after all. 

Aid. Dowell announced re- 
centl that because he planned 


'and I'm sure willing to get along without 
he perfectly him for a couple of months In 


ortler la have him the rest of 
tlie lime.’' 

Aid. Curtis himself will seek 
re-election, as wiJ! Aid. Ulmer 
McEwen. The oiJter alderman 


Runway Readied 


For Rebuilding 


and even sought expulsion of 
the strikers from town. 

In one unique Incident, a 
group of parents broke a teach- 
ers' hunger strike by cooking 
a ta-sty meal in ilie open air. 
The famlshe<l teachers were in- 
vited to .share the food only 


of this year, Aid. Hugh Ram- 
say. .said yesterday he had not 
made up his mind. 

So far. not a single "out- 
side" candidate for a city coun- 
cil seat has appeared. Nor- 
mally. aapirants to civic offh-e 
siait making their intenilons 
known in September or Octo- 
ber. and sometimes a.s early 
as August. 


not seek re-election in< l>e<*em 
ber. But yesterday, he Indi- 
cated he might change Jii-s 
mind because of the unusual 
]a<'k of candidates with the 
eleciion only a month away. 

Aid. Austin Curtis publicly 
urged him to reconsider. 

• He’s a most valuable man," 


Preparatory work In the re- 
building of the main runway at 
Patricia Bay Airport starlcd 
la.sl week, when G. W. Ledlng- 
ham Con8trurTloTt"njr bejTSfl 


installation of 17.000 feet of 
drain tile Main contradni* for 
the lob IS Perinl Pac ific Co. 

More than .'10 men applied 
fo r job.s at the airport wlien 
rumors spread thinugh .Sidney 
Ihal work was about to start. 
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ment i Princess Mary's), at 
S.ri pm. Thursday in the Bay 
Street Armorj. 

Members of the University 
School Cadet Corps will re- 
ceive their trophy from Brig. 
John .*>. Adam, commanding 
officer of 25 Militia Group at 
4 15 p.m.. Nov. 21 at the school. 


Winners of compeijJiqn 
among military units jvartlci- 
paling m sunset ceremonle? 
la>t summer will receive 
awards this month. 

Acting Mayor Arthur Dow- 
ell Will present a trophy to 
the Canadian Scottish Regi- 


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l)K\^ .Man Miinleml, Suicide? 


Korea It / Ih d ra wa I 
Rejected by U.S. 


)Jjieials Split 
On Shoot ins: 


VA.Nv-'OL VtR K'P I L'Uj /l'K»r htillu.iv of 4 midinwn 
CnniruT <7li>n duct n bullt't wnuml m 

P'.iuf* h.-M- riirm- ..p vMih .hi ^ «fHUbf^ pistol 

- . ... . l.'ifiK iticf.js li'om his I 

/.wnl .„,n. : , M..n,la, in han,l H.. ,h,.,l a ,h..r, limn 

d*Mih ««r rt loinuT [>KVV l.,ifip iaj„r h;‘.-,r,imi ! 


nlfication IMea 
jiswer to Reds 


single guu'rnment. 


Itnlted SiAlPK yexieiday i<“ 
3«K*|pd new Red Chitn**c* de- 
marul^ for the wUhrliawal of 
Aflierl forces from South 
Korea. A spokesman liKtiraied 
thai Iho V S. leaied su* h action 
miglu Invite new Communist 
SKftt'C'^ston. 

Tlie spokesman, .lospph \V. 
Reap, also said that if the 
Communists sincerely wante .1 


.\lemlt Jami^ O'lVotnell uiuri' unit enloivd phniu 
Urts found Nov. 2 In th<> first- firajihs of Kecrei PKW Line 

iSdai vjies Ufii* found in the 
<ie.id niaiiH loom. 

Coiin'.’t .^I<•IlollHld Kant evi* 
ikuica that u Tiutini’l] s ualiei 
• oouinifn* and hi.s r<Mim 
key hiiih mi-*«iiig i-nii 

Vioeeif him ft coioner's jury 
\eriliti si\i*n nri inquest 
<ainifl.n was cont*.*! 

The luiy rule<l iiip de.tth 
vt ‘■'•oi hv -tiiMile *’ 

I’lilife s.od lliey ludieve the 
-.•iisuiiig of the former PKW 
.'niplotee uiLS enhei »ul 
cide 01 aecidental. 


lions uniter whicit the Reds 
would agree 10 ftee Korean 
elei’hons. 


newsmen aflei ihu Red Chi- 
nese government sent a note 


to the Bniish chnige d'affaires 


AEltOWAX 


SCOTT’S “ANTI-GRAY 

Revives . 

Hair .%* '*'>g 

Tones 


Tliis is what it looked like after the blast 


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at 32, and Asbestos gamed 't 

at 34. Nickel declined V at *^utlne 

87 rowly. I 

I’p ‘s in the papers were 
Abllibi at 3€*k. B.C. Forest at 
14'* and Fraser al 31**. 

Pipelines were lower with 
Interprovincial off H at 47*». 
Trana-Canada down 1‘t at 
39S and Trans Mountain off 
S at 11. In the uliilttea Cal-<->*^^ 
gary Power gained I’t at 77. tw“” 

In the steels. MacKinnon 
was up 2 at 13. Dominion roe** r* 
Foundries gamed *♦ ai 38*» 
and Atlas advanced S at { t'tjV/ , 
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.NEW' YORK iUPIi Amer 
' Iran Telephone capita] stock 
crossed the 200 mark amid 
predictions the company will 
raise Ita dividend. 

1 T*he spurt in Telephone 
along with sharply higher 
prices for other blue bl'tods 
. of the stock market helped 
lift the lndu.strial average to 
an alltime record high. The 
last time Telephone sold 
200 w a.s in 1944. 

Many other high grade is 
suet ran up 2 points or more. 
Including U.S. Steel, Allied 
' Chemical, f^lman Kodak, 
and John.4 Manville. .Strength 
also was displayed by Du 
Pont. Tnlon Carbide and 
United Aircraft. Oils prov'lded 
several gainers. Steels had a 
few strong spots. Motors 
firmed. 

High Tifial Mark 

VAN<X)UVER -MacMillan 
j B climbed further to S37'*. 
and W'esimlnsier Papers 
strengthened at S29*i, There 
was demand for Woodward 
Stores al $I8'« with the war- 
* lants selling al $9 30 

On rumors of a meiger Al 
heiia Disiliiers Issues were 
' firm, (he common trading at . 
' 2..VI and the V.T at 1 95. 

] Mines showed little change 
sA’iih Cowdehan at Rd cenU , 
and Bethlehem at 1.05. 

Egg Market 


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Pronto Pays a Dividend 


By HARRV YOl NC. 11.917.000 a year ago. and re- , year lopped their previous in charge of Canada Savlnei 

(olonui Busines* KdKor duced Its funded debt in the. record in the amount of ap- Bonds pavroll deduntinn 

The disltncon of being -he $43,400,000 to $26.- pheanons by employees feV scheme on "v'a„ 

'Th Uranium net profit About ■’’*^*7(5)’* “ipplu-aiions gone^^o'^ef '"hi.’* to^'p'' ^ rc! 

rich Blind River area of On- for the nine months was $2.- have been reiTived from B C. I»ow-er Commission Eaton’a 

lario to pay a dividend on ill 113.000 against $1,750,000 a' government employees, ac iDuncani and the City of 


20 Bails l&2.71,upu !>l 

15 l Ulltlea S4.79, upO.05 

05 Htorks 195.06. up 1.24 

Rhares: S.750.000. 


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( onsolldated Mining led . ... 

h..se me.als with a ^ gain ” 6 « 5 

at 22'. The company in -* f 

neaped its lead and «ncpricei,-®J“; 

'i-ccni . p.,und. I 

PiiMiio \ ranium was a 55- j • D * 

cent wmner at $6.10- It re lyrdlfl I FlCCS 
CKMted Ms first dividend. 75' ... 

cenis, Monday. WINNIPEG (CPl-Tradlng 

waa extremely alow on the 
In^westem oils Pacific Pete future market and the only 
at IT'* and Calgary and E4<«export business indicated was 
monton at 27*s each lost '*. purcha.se of small parcela'Of 
n- fk flax and barley for the United 

rtpPhnPM Droop Kingdom. 

.MO.NTREAL 'CP* Ptices Flax also had a few orders 
were generally higher in ac- from intemsilonal accounts 
tive trading but offerings and hedges 

The base metals were Pi lc«s were some 

mixed. Aluminum was up '* whsf irregular. 

St 32, and Asbestos gained 't O'*!* ■^0 barley trade was 
at 34. Nickel declined V at routine and prices moved nar 
S 7 ‘*. rowly. Rye prices were Irreg 

I-.. 1 i_ .V- _ ^ ular In a feaiureles* trade. 


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# Co., Canadian Investment Df«l«ra' Aaaodalioo, A. K, 
Ames 4 Co, and T. R. Borna 4 Co. 


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Uranium 
One of the Rio Tinto-con- 
(rolled companies. Pronto is 
paying an Inillal 75 cents a 
share next month. 

Tiie only other utanlum 
protlucer in ('anatia to have 
paid a dividend .so far i.v Gun- 
nar Mine*, which has its opiTa- 
tion In llie Beaiei Imlgr .irea of 
Sa.Akatchewaii. 

Operating repmi.s fur four 
of the Rlind River uranium 
companie.A were also maile pub- 
lic .vesteiday. 

Algom Uranium for Ihc nine 
months to Sepi. .TO made a net 
profit of $7..347,niX) against 

"balumT" 

RAWLINGS LTD. 

1 PLl MBINT. and HE.ATINT. 

I KV4I6II 

I T«t7 n•■tto• al lb* Ratiadabaal 

I M«ht Cali, ik t S**4 


. " ' I :rom ; • 
232.CKX) a year ago. 

Millfken Lake, which went 
into production only last 
March, reporf.i a net loss after 
writeoffs of $6'27.000 for Ihe 
third quarter of 1958. Funded 
detit is $2H,975,0(X). 

Northspan Uranium is an- 
ntlter Niill to make a profit Iia 
m*f loss hir ilie ttiird quarter 
HTTPrwi ile offs u VU 56.000. 

* * * 

The 21 ilepaitmenfx of Ihe 
H.U government have this 

I Kxpeiienred l,ifp 
I nderwriter for 
15 yeans wikhes 
lo extabURh on 
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“Our 8 Employees 
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“From msny yfora of oMociaUon with yoiir plan, we have 
SMO tbe prioelen rootributioni it haa made to the morale 
and arelfare of our 8 emplojraoa. Tiro# and again it haa 
provad ita worth by freeing Ihe memben of our ataff from 
the Onannal worry of uneipecUd Ulncaaci. We would not 
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M'liliom B. H'lUrtnMB, Prentdenl, 

R 8: A Aulo G7eu Ltd., 

IS7S Sfifmomr Strmlj 
Vauroupfr, R.C. 

•Prepofd medico/ core p/on idenfico/ wifh M-S-A 
and frying Rrmi with 3 /o 9 emp/oyees. 

'M-f^-I ia a non-profit ortaDiaation tponkored and under* 
whtirn by the doctorv of Bntieh CcJumbii. who submit 
ibeir bill* directly to U-S-I for proreeting and paymenL 

*Kx<*fpt for necNwaary adminiktrative etpenkea. every rent 
paid into Xf-B-1 ia aet aoidf to pay memberi’ dortor bill*, 
ll is prirtiral protection at a reanonahle rnat . . . lha moat 
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1 


B.C. MEDICAL SERVICES 
INCORPORATED 

UnderwrikdR and jtpoNkorfd by tAd Doeion af 
Rrifish Calemtita 


J. D. P'ERGUSON 
.7 D. Ferguson has been aji- 

K inted trade sales manager, 
imlnion Royal Tires. Domin- 
ion Rubber Company Limitert, 
ll has been announr^ bv J. A. 
Luras, assistant general man- 
ager of the (ire division. 
Kitchener. Mr. Ferguson, who 
jAtned the lire division In 1946. 
was assistant lire sales man- 
ager up lo the time of his new 
appointment, and he wtll dlre^r 
sales aciivtties of the'l»omtii- 
Ion brand tires Ihrough thr* 
Company's branch and distri- 
butor organizations a r rots 
Canada. 


L. F. VAUTHIER 
l„ F. Vauthier has be.*n made 
.s»*lcs manager. spe«'ial a*-- 
counts lie will also handle 
s|KN lid assignments for the 
Company. Mr. Vauthier has 
been asHori.itrd with the Com- 
})iinv'.s tire division for 3t 
>e;»rs. imving seixed a» lire 
vde* manager. Quebec divi 
Sion of Ihe Company, moving 
to Kitchener In 1956 to become 
sales manager of ITomlnion 
Tires, Both Mr Fergii.son .ind 
Mr. Vauthier will continue to 
make their headquarters at 
the ever utl\'e offices of the lire 
division in Kitchener. 


/NAIL THIS COUPON FOR IJNMEOIATE ATTENTION 

fi C Medical Services Incerporoted, 

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Vonceuvtr, B.C. 

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enner 


By ll;\KKV \Ol’NO In Vsficnuvrr from his Koiith 
Colonist BustiirsH Kdttor i‘rn holiday In limp for a |nps.s 
Premier Bennett is reluming confetence lomonow when lie 


will dlhvlnse peace River 

Itydro <levelopment_plj^n». 

Labelled by a spokesman lor 


the new FVa^e RiS'er Develop- 
ment Co., as Ihe ‘’‘world's larg 
e«l hydro-el'iH-irjc projecl/' Us 
eventual aim 1« lo provide 
6 0iX).000 kilov^ail.s of elecirl- 
e*ty ihmuRh a wM ie.s of dams 
In the I’race River warershed. 

SfU'Ciilatlon ha.s been rife 
since Premier Berinett told The 
Dally C’oUml.st plans for the 


buy power from Peace River 
Develt)pment Co. 

What .Mr. Purdy did not say 
was that Western I>*velop- 
mem and Power Ltd. wa.s 
taking a fifth Interest In en- 
glnwnng studies about to tie 
matle by Peace River Dt'velop- 
ment. 

But he w.ss correct In say 


sitm techniques, msls could be 
reduced to a degree that they 
would be lower than those 
from otlter hydro plants in h>s.s 
distant locations. 


Peace were nearly ready and 


For Purchase of 
Class “A” Shares 
at $10.00 per Share 


dollars 


you can’t 
lose a nickel! 


Of. me Pc.K*e River would lx* Associaied Electric will lake 
phonomenal. prnhuhly half a two fifths of the shaies in the 
hiMi«m dtillars. hut Ihe Initial company. Wr'.siern I>eveliip- 
Mdge will he in the f.irm of a nient and Puwer will take 
compaialively low^xisi engm- one fifth share, and ihe Wen 
et'tiiig study. , ner-Gren lnleri*sis another 

Knur comiianli^s are under- fifth. The la.st shate is taken 
’‘♦'•Oil lo have agrfxsl to |wrll- b>- a company not yi*i Identi- 
cipate in this phase fiwi. 

One is Assnciaicd Electrical However, names of two 
Indffsiries of Btilain. and an mote directors have been an- 
other Is We.stein 1^‘velopmenl nouncrxl a.s Viscount Alex 
♦tiid Power Ltd,, a wholly- ander. former govinnor gen- 
o w n<*d suhsldliiry. of BC. etal. and I.oid Twi*edsmuii. 
power t’oipoiHiioii. .son of a f«*rmer governor- 

\\e-ii*rn Development and Ketieial. 
power I.til was l.»ime<Hn Iftru Hydro experts disagree on 
to pi oolite }U'. Ehs-irte with l>o>*-‘uhle cost of delivering 
engineering d-ita <•« hvdro-rlec ‘’lerirical power liom tlie 
ttu- p<*ssildliijes nn the Peace inio the existing B C. 

and Columbia Rivers. H has .al- •*' esiimateil geneia- 

iead> done emisideiablp .survi'V ■ ’"‘f’ ‘I’** might 

woik on the MtJian dam si'e lange between two and thus* 
on Mie Kra-ei and Ihe Mica ‘‘•'bts a kilewall. ni about the 
Cn>ek site on the ('oliimbia. l»**‘*b esiimaiwl 

Its inieiest In me Peace Dam on Ihe 

R'^er l.s moM re,-eni. and the 
dens, on IM one of Ihe 

pa,ilcip..nls in the P...,reR,ver H.C. is about 7ti0 

rmn was p.iritv dne m fT,e gov ' vauMog a 

ernmem* enthusiasm for the "P'"im\ 

scheme among exix'il.s as to what the 

• . . . „ - Itansmission costs would be. 

Th- d.-isir,n ha, pat BC 

r..«rr, rx.rul,vv vicr p„-s. 

tJu H ^ a"?’' '"a“" l>ll!h'nlt,c; tranami, 

awkward spot. A few d.nys 

ag«». he denied that BC. Elec 

tin wa.s in any W'ay committed I 

to i.ike Peare Rrver eles’M lcity. I 

and thj.s weekend, he reiierap^ 1 

H<'K had not made a deal to « 


7’lu*s<> WiirrantH mny l>e oxer* 
cIwmI unrler the tcrn\H tlioro* 
of by pn*M'iilin{$ in i»ersoii 
or by mail <»r by your broker 
or bnitki'r «t tlie office of 
'i*lie Toronto (ion(*riil Trunts 
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We’ve concentrated all 
iiuf riTori-* on air defense, 
Hut what il atiark should 
come Irom umler the «-a? 
.Modern subs, equipped 
v.iih inlerinedute*rang« 
atomic miesileK, could 
destroy any co.n>ial city 
in North Amerirt from 
l.'UO miles out. In the St, 
I.*wrt,ioe estuary, where 
Huler’a aubmarinei once 
roamed, they could des*- 
astate all of industrial 
Ontario. But U there time 
to reconsider our defense 
"traiegj-? 

Read about 

it in. . . - 


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average of 4.1‘)% to maiuritx’. The Bonds cannot drop in 
price and pa\ mem of principal and interest is the direct 
obligation oj the govcnmierit. 

('anatia Savings Ronds m.iv be cashed at an\’ time at their 
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investment am one can ni.ike . . . you can'i lose a nickel. 

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POSTUM 


Priest Wins Nobel Peace Prize 


I Oak Bay Inlnwluces Bylaw 


10 Villu Victoria 

Tuesday. N«y«mbtf II. 1951 


OSLiO Rey. Doiniiique 

C«*or*e% pire. a Dominican 
falhcr who has devnied >oars 
to hclpln^’ roluRcoa from caai- 
ern countrlr*. won the Ni»hrl 
peace Prue for 1958 yrsier* 
day. 

Kalher Pire. 4^. head* an 
orRaiUkati«»i lie taiU Europe 
of rhe Heart. )!<• u n Eh'lRian. 
born in Dinanf. a Krenclv- 
■(leaking city on the Hiver 
Meuse 

was aS^nnied hs The (tve mau 


See These 
Before 
You Buy! 

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NEW I3"xl8" 

KITCHEN 

SINKS 


Nolle! C'lmmltlee of ihe .Nuri 
weglan Parliament' , 

* * * 

TORONTO. I^sier B. r«*ar- 
Mm, last )oar'i Nohel Peww 
IVize wimirr. paid Irihute to 
liU bucceasor. ‘Thin award la 
very richly dcsor vc<l bv a very 
gre.M internatlortiil humani- 
irfiian who. by binding the 
wounds of war, is doing so 
much 1o (irew’rve the (M’aa*.'* 
* * * 

PARIS (anil, French 

Ml ^^I!ter il r;i liKinisl. 

Ilii a* the ''worlds munla'r one 
humorisl." lias dietl 

« * * 

ARl.l.NOTON Vt Ihirolhy 
Canfield l•■|she^. 70 who 


Names 
In Ihe 
News 


It's lime we 
•laiteci building 

a lirlfrr luirlil 
for n'lanlcd 


I6"x20'* lack $14.19 
K"x24'* tack S1S.95 
ir'xJO*’ lack Sn.95 

Gleaming w Kite ep- 
amel finish on piTssed 
steel- Willi flat um. 
and Hal or h a sit e t 
■trainer. Sink rims 
available for all si/e«. 
Invesr now* while this 
offer las^fs! 

Kver.iHiInc 
Otteranieeci IM*; 
Free Customer 
Parking! 


One CunidiNn child In .*(3 
L« born rrJardetl. Srtenee 
litt' I'U'le great 'irulc^ in 
truining if.e*# ehlldren, 
but efTori< are biinttwreit 
by a burner «>f fear and 
Igni'ranie, often erected 
by I h<' parent* ( bem >^1 V ML 
Inth.jtboufb'-t'rnvoking 
ariicle John Clare ha» a 
pofjrnant mej?*ac^ for a!l 
parent.^ during National 
Retarded Children's 
Week. 

Read about 

il m. . . - 


DuROTHY CANFIELD 
FISHKR 

. . . noveli.si dies 

forced a remarkable career as 
m>vcll’»i. ^cholrt^, iianslalur 
and cducaliomsi. died Sunday 
jiniid Ihe Vermont hills she 
loved, ohe was 79. 

« * * 

LONDON Somerset 
Xaugham. ^4 year-old HrilLsh 
wWiphM- now making hiv an* 
nua) Villi in Lomlon from his 
Kiench Riviera home was re- 
pfiiled III with ‘Uvpected (o<m 1 
poisoning at hiv hotel. 

• * * 

HOLLYWOOD Lli/al>e|h 
Taylor ha‘ called a New York 
lepott ihHi ’•he ami ■'-uigcr 
l.ddie Fl*ther winild marry 
within a nionlh ‘complete f.ih- 
I It »tlon." 

* * * 

TIRIN, Italy Dalian film 
actress ^larlMi .Allaslo w.v- mar- 
ried yrsierday to(ount Pler- 
framT>4’n < ilvl di Rergnln, a 
nephew of the late kmc. 'b- 
tor bimniamiel. Iri a private 
• ereiJciM.v . 

* * * 

MOXTGOMURY. Al.r Tele- 
vision station WSKA TV was 
knocked ofi Tfie air hv a chain 


I Oak Bay Employees 
j Request New Pacts 


TtUiag tb« itory of Cooado 
to Caaadiaat 
AT TOUR HUiVkHQ TOOAT 


Three Oak Bay municipal ing agreements for the coming 
union* Indicated ia*t night year. 


the>' w-lah to discuss new work- 


'A while ago 
my Sinuses 
throbbed, 
felt 

stuffed " 


"I was tired, 
dragged-out, 
ached all 


"Then I took 
this new 
kind of 
cold tablet 
from Vicks 
and . . . 


I never 
. felt better 
so fast 
ininy life! 


I was a 


vS* 


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'0* MTft* rasi wuff 


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buffered to relieve colds, 
sinus pain extra fast ! 


1. Buffered formula proved extra fast! Labo- 
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new Vicks Buffered Cold Tablets speed cold- 
and-sinus pain relievers out of your slomach 
all through your body extra fast. 

2. Helps drain sinus cavities, clear nasal con- 
feition . . . relieves fever, headaches. New 
Vicks Buffered Cold Tablets not only reduce 
fever, relieve headaches . . . special d^ongest- 
ants relieve nasal congestion, help drain clogged 
iious cavities. 

3. Picks you up fast when you must keep work- 
ing. Stimulating medications relieve that tired, 
dragged-out feeling of a cold . . . help you (eel 
more alert. 


How Vicks Buffered Cold tablets Work 


Relieve 
beedeebes 
lever, (ritis 
stulfy nose, 
chest 

confestion, 
ashes. (Mins 
of colds 
and |M[>pe 


• tiMer.d ec* 
i>*n ti.ipi lo 
it>««4 iR.aic.* 
lion out of tbt 
■lemech inio 
your bo4)r’i 
bleodHTUM lo 
r.lm. p.InTol 

nlMTiie. 


Vicks tufftrse 
C.ta Tehl.ts 
hs«. 1*0 huf> 
r*r* that tpreO 
mcilKtiion aie 
iJiroiiih >oar 
boa* In nllr** 
p.lnfal cold. 
••a-tiBui mis* 
•rii. cn.0 /«M. 


sleepless wreck 

^^y nenf$ grated from hek 
q! '//uftgrjijion both‘ 

tred me. I felt tiltery. He- 
preimed, drain^cf of alt 
ambition and energy. 

Some praple auflrr unplra** 
■ntnpM Dooiu.o^ their 
are aKgravated by plrmrnt* in 
everyday hoveragon. Thi* u par- 
tiniiarlv tnie of thone with 
“nervous*’ temperament*. 

While Home people can drink 
tea. coffee, cocoa and nome eoft 
drink* without harm, other* 
cannot 

Pottum doe* not contain 
atimulanta fuch a* oaffein, then- 
phyitina or (heobromine which 
can rob you of deep, irritate 
your nerve*, speed up pui«a 
with auheequent depremtinff let- 
down. Poetum doe* not contain 
tannin to give you indiKr*ti<m. 
nor any other ingredient to 
caune you harm. 

Switch to Instant Poslum.the 
beverage of comfort! Postum 
tastes and arts like no other 
beverage. Postum has its own 
distinctive flavor. Make Postum 
inslanUv. right in your cup. 
Just add freely boiling water, 
or hot milk, stir and enjoy. 

Try Postum for 30 davs. 
When nerves are aooihed. Vou 
deep better, feel better, look 
better. Get Instant Pnslum at 
your grocer’s. Coals Iom than id 
a cup. A product of Genend 
Foods. Limited. 


Pi the cup 

I p that 

I ’ ^ comforts 

' ^ 


©VICKS BUFFERED cold tablets 


Open Hours Spread 


thrown across power line for 
moie than an hour Sunday 
night shortly before nelwork 
8pi«*uranve of Negro alnger 

* * * 

WINNlPKG British essay- 
1st and po •! Stephen S(>ender 
says the Wi**! Is as much lo 
blame a.s the Ru’-sians for the 
inessure brought m bear on 
Soviet author Rorl* Pasternak. 
‘This is a man we re dealing 
with, not mriely a political 
symbol," 

- * ' * * 

LINt'OLN. Neb.- A polk-e of- 
fi»-p! has testified he wa.* 
ama/Hl at ihocHlrmies* of mur- 
der defendant (aril .Ann Kii- 
gate, ITi. (luring interrogation 
lasj Keh. 1. three (in>s afier *hr 
wa* appreiionded, .She i* being 
tried an an arcomtihre to c<m- 
demned kHlor < Iwrii’s .siark- 
Hi’allirr. 

* e * 

OTTA\\'A Hoyiie .lohnston. 
sought in I'onneciion with the 
dlvaptiearance of S260 000 from 
an Imperial Rank htan< h here, 
iio.s vanished aftei apparently 
being spotted in Cheyenne. 
U>o. 

* « * 

LONDO.N ({ueen Klliat»eih 
wati’tied Saturday as lOOOrxx) 
poppy petal* flouted fiom the 
root of a {..eglon hall m a 
UMique Festival of Remem- 
brance. Each of the petal* rep- 
resented wivieemen killed m 
two wnrM wars and sub*e<|ueni 
campaign*. 

* * * 

TACOMA. AVash. A cold 
rain waslied out President 
Flseiihimrr's plan* for an early 
round of golf Sunday wnh his 
par breaking brother. Kdgar. 


Oak Ray munici|Mility may 
join Saanich and Victoria anil 
become the third dinirict lo 
have wideopen shopping, after 
.final leading of a new shops 
closing bylaw Nov. 24. 

With the exception of the 
service station clause, Rr^ve 
F E. .Norris said, the bylaw i* 
patterned after the open houi* 


bylaw* recenily approved In 
the uiher municipaliites. 

nie bylaw waa Introduced 
and received fiot and sreund 
leadiiig.s at a meeting of Oak 
Bay cmlRcU Iasi night. 

"Oak lid) 4eivu->> ^itaiiun* 
will definitely not he allowrHi 
open after 6 p.m ' he aaiil 
They i.scivioe station oper- 


ainrst dccidcsl -unanimously 
IhcmM'lve* to dose at 6 p m." 

Vicioria diuLJ^aanich xerv,ce 
slarmns come under a sepHtute 
bylaw atui are allow(*d o{»en 
afier 6 pm only under permit. 

rUffs of the Nile Valley In 
Egypt Msc to 1,000 feet In 
soitie spots. 


l.etrpi’* were receised hy 
council from both the Oak Bay 
Municipal Employees' Assoda- 
, lion inside and oiiistHe staff*, 
and (he Greater Victoria Fire 
Fighter*. Local 730, 

Union spokesmen said de- 
latl.* of proposed new agree- 
menia have not been worked 
out. 

The unions ,:,r.T ir. 

notify council of their Inten- 
tion to reopen agreement.* at 
le.ist 60 days before present 
I contracts e.xpire. 

The Forth River in Scot 
land flows 107 miles from Ben 
Lomond to Ihe Firth of For.h. 


SOMERSTT MAl’GHA.M 
. , . food poi.soning 

Notice lo 
Bus Patrons 
Esquimau, 
Golville-Munro 
Routes 

Due to rloKure of Johnson 
.street bridge io cast h(*und 
traffic icommcnrlng Wed- 
neMlav. November 12) in- 
iumnd bust's on the above 
lines will detour, for ap- 
nro.slmately two wi’eks, as 
follows: 

KS(il I'l ALT BI SKS — via 
Caitirrlne .Street, Bav 
Sluet and Govvmoten; 
Street. 

(OlVILLK and .Mt MtO 
BfsKS — via T\(-e Hoad. 
Bay .Street and Government 
Street. 

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Don t handicap your olhce and sale* staff with 
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New Zealand Leader 
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WELLINGTON. N Z. ■ Rru 
■- e nmo Minister W .<l!.>! 
Ka«h hope* In In'-piHt fpp 

Vnnrnuver Inland p»»\vpt r:r’*r* 
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l ook what ju'l fl.i'heil inlo your life! A new kind of 
fun oil whreis called I’L^MOLTH ' 59 . 

.\nd don't rx|)ecl an) thing ordinary from Plvinouth 
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Pivmouth takes off at the touch of a button. 

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Plymouth moves like lightning at the nudge of a toe, 
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Plymouth i« a featherbed to ride in and a rat oc 
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1 jiis Plymouth’# dificrepi in many oiher new ways, toe 
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"We made q»iilo a lew di>- 
lejiHivi* mikUtu's aiiil every 
time w'o made «me, the Hough- 
riders were nght there to 
make the most of it." TuUy 
'•aid on n*lurn fmm Hegina. 


atve work, even lho«Bh they 
Milled Kider Frank TripuckH's 
pasKing in taking the Id-point 
cushion for irMnyn ni'inind 
game r>| the ioial-point We-^l- 
ern eonlerenee *omI*flnni 


EDMONTON (CD — 
Everyone who saw il 
agreed that Edmonlon 
Eskimos played their iH*st 
game of the year in whip- 


play up to ihr oIlen>*ve Im»vs. 


rday— ' iTml.-jy’a Neml-nnal >^111 be 
exc*'[)t lelfx-u'it over the I'BC net- 
work channels 2 and 6, '■tatl- 
inoniiin trig at 1 pm Radio 

n't hap- broadcast will be over CKWX. 
delen ' HW • 


When we do. w.ii<’h out." 

There weie lew 1«> agree 
entirely witn ’lulh The de 
tensive unit knmked down 
sivei.ii ke> Tnpucka pasN.-s 
including two oi three iii.tt 
might have gone I»*r Rider 
toiirhdowiiH and Saskatt lie 
wan’s ouiHkde running, which 
helfasl beat Fsks JH U h‘ ie h 
w«s*k Piirher. wasn't working. 
rKHI Kt T C AU.IMi 

Mcaiiwltih-. the Kskimo <»f- 
fj'iin* was heu|H*d wiili pr.UM* 
K'tinnnion touch Sam L>le. 
ciednmg ipmiterback J.nlue 
Parker with •-.ililng ' a jm riect 
game.” lauded the entire unit. 


Dmkes Ixvach Himl 


reriop 


saul It was the t«'M game hi‘ 
had .x-eli Kdinunlnii play 
ftidei's ina<le no nlila* biU 
cencedi'd that -'uI'n T.rjlrt.aik 
Mike Ua'!l' i. one <>l the Wcsi- 
ein le.igiii’ - tno-t sensa'icm-*! 
nmneis wav voiely mi-M'd. lie 
sullrii'd a wrrmdied knee 
which alsi. may k<ep him nut 
oi OnJa)' game 
"It - tpn‘'‘*'ii(iahle ihnt Hac- 

ler will play T«Tlep -s.::d. 
"anti 'Vf Mile mi'-siM him -a:* 
uidty ■ 

With a Ibj-'int matgm K-.- 
kinios were himvi v lavorMt lo 
:-:V;mte to the 1i"al against 
W’lO'Up* Hhie llonilv-* - 

So'-w Ike t les aie ^)ledlcted 


For the f»*ur1h str.iichl >car. Oak Ba\ Drake 
will mpot Fort William Krdskms in the Western Canatia 
intermediate Canadian fmrtball (inal. 

Drakes made sure of tlunr 

part m the annual festivities mote inienM- with each paw- 
Sunday m \'an' in»\er W 'en a*/ ►•‘•‘von 

they iruslied the clawlcs. U stalled in lav-. when Itie 
Vanmiiver WMId.at- l.»n. in Dtakes Knik u JHU Ui. u on 
the R.C final. Meanwhile the •» si..uv -.weid firld at boil 
Ri-d^kms fnuRht off St, Vit.il \\ -‘ham. Tb.' Uetlskinv came 
Bulldogs f..r a 140 \i.ioiy l-IMiwing year am 

at Fort William. -“^nie wim a 2221 mc 

. ... p»i\ a .iinsi a »Uong«’f 

.S.O on Saturday afternoon ot • , . . i- — »i ,i 

^ ■ O . . 1 . chd» Last ye.ir In fort U 11 

Royal AthlHic Para, ihr ' ^ • . 


omva in :^ivenen / 

I pcan 'ttmr. Here Russ Kowalehuk 
I (lefn and ri.sie Wakshinski (riRhl) 
i Hje met liy HelRc I?en;lund, chairman 
of the SwediKh Jee flockey Federa- 
tion. — lAP Pholofax.) 


r ackers n do 

Kelowna Packers' of the OkanaRnn 
St’iiior lltv’key Letigiu* ifceived an 
cnthiistasiic welcome ISaiiitdaj in 
Stot'kholm. Sweden, where they 
str*pi>ed on thi* first k*i: of their Euro- 


By 

Walt Dif.'on 


Swedes Beat 
Packers, 5-2 


" , . This year the Diakcs op- 

llntimists will 1 pear’ to h.5ve ever> thing aoing , 

Lany Rrn%^n i^isinxl two the huongest club VicimJa has 
goals and Alhin (*lcn and John v'cr produced, they v^dll b5‘ j, 
Yonsen nddeil sinplch Sunday plav mg on liicir home field, .uria 
as Opttmisis diiwncsi Kaglcs. and wdl he up agauisi a cluti ,|Mnr 
I 1, in their Piv. T Lower Island reportedly not quite a.s strong ale t 
Junior .ind .luvenlle SrH-cer A>- as in piTvious years. Lyle 

Miciation gume. Hut the Diukcs have a TI: 

r.aiy l^wren«t» averted a of ' il's" in .Mdile ta-Ioic S.ii pi's< 
bhutmit for Ku’!:-s urd.iy, Tne> ptnyed m Van- "T 

In Div. in •shdiitinn j»iav. .uuvor witn only *Jl playci- bido 
Ricky Ikimswrll sn.red to i*i\e dies «<!. and me depth they 
Peniral Fhers a )•<) decwiiijn en)o>ed at I'veiy position a* hack 
oyer Nanaimo. ; the siaii ol the ^'eason is gone. 

’ ” Gordie Memmiiigway, Ih *1 

] year 5 all-star hallbdcK, i*. snU 

■ ’ ■ recovenng from a broken 

■ ^ ankle and is a doubiluli . 
I II I I i III sUriiT. fhU Moore, who: 

*•** ^ I filh'd Hemmtngway'a halfback I 

alni ia> admirably ail .sea-«*n. 
hu.s a shoulder .separation. He ' 

I » m.»y MH* .some action. 

» linebacker Larry 

I I ll~^ Riuwnlee also ha.« a .vhouldci 

V/ k_/ veiHiinta»n. and <*nd John C\it \ 

a rall has a br<iken ankle, 
Several other Dtakes are on 
the limp, but will play 
anyway. • 

Mm.K TKOl BI.K 

MM I 

Konunately lor the Drakes, 
they met little in the way of 
opposition Sunday. Wildcats |»n 
held them a<t>relrs^ for one 
qiiaiter. but could make only 
four first downs, tki yards 
rushing and 71 paMung. 

Oak liny s hard • driving 
Iwckfield. led hy Ken Higgs. 
i;eorge Wilson amt a spat kUhg 
perfonname by Red While, 
rambli'd f«>r 2.VJ yards. Qua«- 
terback Jack Patrick to«s<fi 
for throe touchdowns, complei ^ 
mg nine of 20 passes lor I 
ITii yards. I 

Pete Turko. Higgs and ^ 
White eaeh scored two touch* i 
downs and Wilson and Tutko! ^ 
got one each. Turko klckM 
lour converts and blocked a 
kick for a ^lety touch. 

I iKsi gt vRT»'.a I slot 

I Ikortrui •c'.-(tr I 

i»r(uso gi.vK’ii.R few 

I Osli 0*f. •slriv «Turlie*~bkKk<sS 
Patrman* nunii • POS 

3 0 «t Bkr. viiicb(la*a •Turfeai 

,I4M tior 

iHian gi vBTfa 

, 3 «')«h B«*. tiHKbilnvn 'Whilci >4* ■o<>' 

I 4. 0«k Bay. ronvari iTurkm iTal 

4 Oak Bar. Uwrhil’iwn .Hiacd 13 13 

• Oak Bar <en*rrv iTVirkei. fi 

rOl'KTII gCARTKR C... 

7 Oac Bar. iQuchSawn <HkaM> 114 
I- Oak Bar. ranvari iTurkai 7^4 

I * Oak Bat t<whnn«n wi|>«ni •«« ^ 

I I* Oak Bar. conreri •Ttirkei lha 

U Oak Bar. KHKhdovn iWhiu> t-„ 
13.B6 1 V 


STTH-KIIOLM (CP) — Svrn (Tumbn) Johans.son. 
one of Swedon’s l>osl hockey pla>’Pcs who has farc<l 
Canatlian?: many times in world and Olympic compoli- 
lion, .smrpd thro' gnal< Sundiy nijihl to lead a Swedish 
naiional lenm to a .V2 victory over the touring Kelowna 
Packers. 

The .Swr-lcs, taking advan- tee with the fifth goal lour min- 
liu’e 1.1 then home ire In the utes from the end. 

.loh.-mnevhov otM'n air •-•.I'llum Middleton and Runs Kowal- 
hiouifd the Cunadi'Ji.s h defeat rhuck. of Kdmonton. were the 
in the first game r>f a tout outstanding players for the 
whicti will bNo take them to C’BnadiHn.<i. 

Ru".ia. .swislen was never b<* The game was one of four 
hmd. scoring twice m the first exhibitions in Sweden. The 
pel i<Hi. one** in the *<‘rond and C’anadiana will play five games 
twice more in the linnl. Can- |p Russia. 

.iua K scs.nng was in the last fpe Russian hockey coach, 
two peiimlv. ArtaioM Tani.*iov. who watched 

HOI lU; BHK.XK.s It K the match. wa.s not imprejwetL 

Jfiiuinsson Bcored twice In *’The Canadians were per- 
itie firj.1 four minutes uf plav. haps not used lo the climate 
NiK Nil*ew»n made it 30 early here, hut I e.\i>ected them to he 
in the ftiv-oTwl p»’no*l. i'ana<Li better,” he said. “The game 
finally 1 1 Mcked the scoiing bar- wav slow, with the po.ssible 
ru»f in the last mimii« of the exception of the third period.” 
• “ion w hen Brian Ro< he of Tarasov, however. deeJined to 
Wiiinipeo gnt a goal. predict the outcome of the 

Jim Middleton, of Winnipeg Ru.ssian-Canadian matches, 
who ataited with Penticton V’s 
when they won the world chart- 
pion‘'hlp in Ormany. In 19.VI. 
notchr*d the second goal at the 
12 minute mark of the third 
period. 

But Johansson came hack 
with hi» third goal and Ronald 
Pettersson put the contest on 


t mon^ tishuifi .s vine 

Henry Rollln, aliove. ami partner Cy Spaven proved 
again Sunday that good fishing can be found during 
the winter month*:. Betwotm 10 a.m. and 3 pm. 
fishing between Race Rcx’ks and FVntinck Island, 
RoUin and Spttvcn boated the ’Jl. IR and IT- 
pounders shown abo\e as wHl as a seven-fKmnder 
and three smaller salmon. They were using small 

ounces of weight. 


-s CAS 

VCsEY-,,..*m<S 


Strip-Teasers and eight 




ti'irr 


this week when they play lour to .<ieven points hy edging pa.st 

games in four rights in an the Flyers. 4 3. at 

. . i. t-..— H was the fourth straight 

InvHMon o( Ihe f.^lern 

Division. h.ive played five of their fii-st 

Totem-s are on the Prairies cames agt.m»l Toiem*» and 
along with VirtoriOB third have yet lo vUit any other 
rm.ouv Who have been "HI. cliy except Seattle. 


Mount View 
Feels Wrath 
Of Totems 


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Victoria High School Totems, 
still smarting from Friday'* 
defeat at the hands of Esqui- 
mau Dockers, turned on Mount 
\'iew Hornets fast night and 
trounced them, 43-15. In Inter- 
high school hasketbaU action 
at Ihe Vic High gym. 

In ia.st night’s other game. 
Ml. Douglas, sparked by the 
22-point performance of Rirkl 
Blake, defeated North Saanich, 
36-15. 

Scorers follow; 

Tni*si* - Ton W**U I. Kfiih Hkrt k. 
Dnrrril L0tlni«'r I. Div# ni*ek 4. Tnaj 
CoUfit 4. Dill HeMu 4. Okie NeiMa 
3 Jona Bkilorh I. Robin Bniat* l. 
B«rr« SMler 3 TuUI--41 
Movni Vl*« Fr*d Wtuht 4. Bill 
Munro 3, Juk Mkir 3 Chuck South 2. 
Btuck Morruan 3. am Otkv 1. Koith 
N-«Fll I, T*rry JnhBtlsnr, Drlnkr 
Clkrk. Tkrrr Rorhtn* Toiol-U. 

Ml Oouklkk- Rtcki Blkk* 33. K'-rrr 
Ormiwood I. Hkrrr Lum 4. Okrr 
Lonronrr 4. J«rry L«o Don aikwnk. 
D*r» Hill. Douc Ckt^rMR Phil Lmi«. 
Lkrrr t>ui-al Tntol 34 
North Bkkmch Lm Cbrltunn>an 4. 
Bill Brinn 4 .fohn Mnr* 3. 0*nrto 
MOoIlon 3 Oouk RlchnrhMiB Knth 
Collin* Sniiio Nunn Douc Jordna. 
John Rmi*Msu. Totnl— IS 


Western Division 


League's 
club*, get their first real test 


another chapter Cleveland and a record New Cleveland team with a 30-10 
amazing hUcccAs Yoik crowd of 71.163. triumph. It was the worsl de* 

rs,rs p^ Hop... OI B-lt.mnre Cnhs **1;^ 

d Slates profes- Cleveland Browns for easy 
which, only a ,.h«m.»mn^hink u..,.. Lions m the 19a. title game. 

now* won six 


Lions have 


National Hockey League officials agreea witn 
everyone else that Montreal Canadlens ought lo breeze 
In as repeat champions before the sen^n started but 
suddenly they are hopefullj 

be in for one of the best n 
In any event, only six poinis 
separate the last plnee Toronto 
Maple Leals from the leading 
Canadlens. and the ly^afs have 


Rangers di.splayed another 
potent attack at Boston Sun- , 
day. preventing the Unilns , 
from slipping into first place' 
with a M victory. I 

Camille Henry and Hank 
Ciesla gave Rangers a 2*0 lead 
and after Bruin.s had gut one 
goal hack later In the finit 
period, Andy Bathgate and 
Wally Hergeshelmor g o t 
second-period goals to make 
Ihe rest easy. Andy Hebenton 
wound up the scoring In the 
third period, 

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OTTAWA — Ottawa Rough 
Riders will lake a healthy 
team to Montreal for Wednes- 
day's nallonslly-teievlBed Big 
Four semi-final against the 
Alouettes. but looming large 
In front of them will be the 
spectre of their disastrous 
record at’ McGill Siadlum. 

Riders, who finished third 
in Ihe Big Four standings, 
haven't won a -game at the 
Alouettes’ home field in flve 
seasons, a string of U games. 
'The clubs split this season, 
each winning twice at home. 

Wednesday'* game, tele- 
vised over the CBC network 
(channels 2 and 6) at 9;55 
a m. Pi?.T. Is a suddendeath 
affair with the winner to 
enter a two-ganre. total-point 
: final against HamiRon Tiger- 
Cats. 

At Montreal, thing* weren't 
quite so rosy. All-star end Hal 
Patterson, who re-inJured hi* 
kTM*e Saturday against tha 
Toronto Argonauta, la through 
for tha a a aa oit. 


All -Star defensive tackle offence with 5.273 yards, ac* 1 799 
Buddy Tinsley of Winnipeg cording to offlcui utatistlc*. Na'ijj 
Blue Bomber* Is a doubtful finishing first in the pa.ssing 
starter for the first game of department with 3.573 yards /ai*tn 
the V\'e.stem Interprovlneial and last along the ground with 
Fonlhatl Union (inah next Sat- 
urday. 

Bfimber manager Jim Ausley 
announced last night that Tins- 
ley has picked up a virus infec- 
tion and addcfl that “it doesn't 
look loo good.” - 
I Ausley said he I* waiting fur- 
I ther reports from club doctors. 

bolstered 


pusses for Detroit and Jim ; 
Martin kicked 4H. 43 and 37* ' 
yard field goaJ.s as well as all 
three convert*. 

GIANTH TIE 

New York Giants pulled into 
a first place tie w ith Cleveland 
in the Extern Division by edg- 
ing the Colta. 24-21. when Pat 
Summerall kicked a 28-yard 
field goal w'lth lest than three 
minute* ieft. 

George Shaw quarterbacked 
Ihe Colts in place of injured 
Jim Unllas and proved a fine 
standin as he tossed three 
touchdown passes. But veter- 
ans Chuck Conerly. Alex Web- 
I Bier and Frank Gifford kept 
the Giant* cJo«e enough to 
i cash in on their field-goal 
' chance. 


championship, came to life 
ovN»r the weekend to oulscore 
both Boston Bruins and De^ 
troll Red WIng.s. With Ihe 
New York Rangers heating the 
Canadlens and Bniin* on the 
name night* *nd Chicago Black 
Hawks winning their third in 
a row. things got « lo* lighter. 

Le*f» foUowetl their S*tur 
d*y win over Boston hy blank- 
ing the Wing*, who haven’t 
been scoring many goals this 
season. 2-0. Dickie Duff got 
both goals, In Ihe first period, 
and Ed Chadwtrk found II 
enough a* he kicked out 25 
•hot* for his first shutout Job 
ol the season. 


DENNIS RIGGIN, all-star 
Western Hockey l^eague goalie 
who was struck in ihe eye by a 
puek In a practice session last 
Friday, will be lost to Edmon- 
lon Flyers for at least two 
weeks and poMihly five weeks 
.. . Former middleweight rhr»m- 
pinn fienr Fullmer knocked out 


4ITl.n’S flOROS, 
hy a shot of penicillin, made hl4' 
return to the golfing world a 
ijj irlucnphant one Sunday, shot 
«<M>. a two-ovqr par 74 In beat Billy 
iktnr t a*per by two strokes and win 
the $25.0()n Atlanta Open with 
infcei. • 72 hole total of 2R4 . . . I-Uldie 
stanky of the touring SI. Louis 
I Cardinal* says Japanese ha.se- 
, hall will he of major calibre 
nraa, within the next 10 years. Cards 
heal the Japanese All-Stars, 7-1. 
on Sunday ... Moniraal Almi- 
ettes led ihe Big Four io total 


veteran Joe MIeelll early in the 
second round of their scheduled 
10-rounder at .Salt Lake City 
last night . . . Jim Shoulder* 
has rlinehed his third straight 
world sll-mund cowboy cham 
I pionship at Ihe Grand Nstlotial 
[Rodeo li4 San Francisco* 


BUDDY TINSLEY 
• • • doubtful 


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IN ANY KIND OF WEATHER 
YOU START RIGHT WITH THE NEW 


THE BATTERY THAT ELIMINATES 
MECHANICAL FAILURE EVEN IN THE 
MOST SEVERE SERVICE! 

GUARANTEED FOR SO MONTHS 


ermii< FAtxonqni ^hi 


S«Up dnlmttfll. ^3 


'Up front is where 
I need protection' 
Soys Dick Shotto. 


A few weeks ago Johnnie Mcniman told me that 
he was slowing down his swing so much lliat even his 
best friends would hot i*ecognize him. 

This. 1 am credibly informed, is a gross exaggera* 
lion. V'arious people have written and phoned me say- 
ing that they could still spot greased lightnin' Merrimun 


LAKE CONISTON, Eng. 
(AP) — Donald Campbell 
Monday flashed to a world 
water speed record of 
248.62 miles an hour and 


son of s|)TtHl kin? Sir M»ilfolm Two minulei After the third 
Campbell, set hi* retnrd Mon run a strong wind whipped 
day in a nerve • «iietchlng Atross the Uke. making eon- 
hatrle AgaluAt lime nnd the diuon* impos-slble lor high 
wcaUjci 


speed runs. 


even among 


breath-taking speeds on »M®mpts on the water speed 
both water and land. consist of two runs over 

He said he aims at a 300- * measured kilometre with the 
mflc an-hour water record and «''®rago speed counting. Both 
40t) miles an hour In a new must bo completed with- 

car he is building. hour. 

Campbell set the mark-hls t'ampb^'U’^ flr^l run Mon- 
fifth in three years in the 18^ miles an hour 

gracefiilly sllm Jei hydroplane followed that with 1M3.*10. 
Bluebird. Hf easllv broke his KNt.INK 
previous record of 2.19.117 mile.‘ The Wliish speedster then 
an hour set .Nnv. 7. 1957 waited for the swell to die 

The late iir John ( obh down. A* lie prepared for an- 
rvubljshed the land record of mher run. the engine cut out 
391 2 miles an hour on Bonne- The mlnutea ticked by. Nine 
v,lle Salt flats Utah, in 1947. minutes before the hour’s 
Cobh was killed on Loch .\ea*. I time limit elapeed Campbell 
.'I'oUand. six >ears ago while streaked across the calm 
trying for a wafer speed wafer at 253.A4 miles an hour 
record. and tlte record was In the 

Campbell. I he 37-year old hag. Of course. Hf rn.miArf th- 


at Coniston for seven weeka 
to make the record attempt 
Rough weather and modifica- 
tions to his £30,000 RTubird 
delayed the attempi All the 
time Campbell remained calm 
and unruffled. 


last swingers. 

But the Important thing Is that the attempt to slow down 
— unsuccessful though It may have been— has done no harm 
to the Merrlman golf 

Not only is the Gorge star running a succes.sful buttons 
partnership with young Bill Wakeham. but he lias aleo taken 
a u.seful lead in the Victoria district winter medal competition. 

Starting the second round at Royal ('olwnod Sunday one 
stroke behind Laurie Kerr. M^nman with a 7.1 ran himself 
Into a clear three strokes lead over the Jirld. aggregating 14.1. 

Keir with T7 a bad round for him on his own course 
is now the runner up: while on the 150 mark are Mel Carlow 
of Gorge and Dill McCoIl of Colwood 

Two other players shot 73 s at Colwood on Sunday — 
Laurie Carroll, the VIctona pro. and Claud Heggie. the Up- 
lands captain but neither of them played in the o(>ening 
round last month. 

Claude, however, got into the prize money by faking 
the low net with 68 and Hugh Reirher wa.s runner up with 69. 

It Is difficult to understand why nobody came withm_three 
■•rokes of the Colwood par of 70 for the day although damp 
weather presented fairly good playing condition* 


The varaatiia Argonaut back- 
fielder wu talking about winter 
protectionforhtacar. ' "PraaiorM” 
Brand ia the only anti-freeze that 
aives roe complete protection up 
front in the cooling ayatem of my 
car. .Sure it pmtecta againat froat, 
foaming ana clogging— but that'a 
not all — not by a long ahol.' aaid 
tha Four alar. ' "Preatone” 
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Dick haa been well dhlM la 
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for anti-freese. Only with 
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doaa he get magnatic film which 
coeta every rubber and metal aur- 
face in a car'a cooling ayatem. 
That'a why ha iniiafs on 
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the eame— aiK) make aura that'a 
what you get by looking for tha 
diatinctlva Graan Tag tmich wiU 
ba attached to your radiator. 


roiicemen, 
Red Raiders 
Reach Final 


Burns iMghl in Toronto 

Charles V. W. Burn.«. dii'ector of Maple Leafs 
hockey club and Toronto Argonauts, as well as 
president of Royal Agrieultural Winter Fair, meet.s 
Charlie Burn.s, no relation, rookie with lletroit Red 
Wings.— (CPC.) 


Oak Bay Police advanced to 
the Island JuvTntle Canadian 
football Iinai.s by whipping 
Mayo Vampires. 27-6, at Car- 
narvon Park In iheir sudden- 
death city final. 

The Policemen travel to 
Campbell River Sunday for the 
opening game of a twogame, 
total-point series against the 
Red Raldera for the Island 
title. Winner pla>*K Chilliwack 
for provincial honors. 

Halback Jack Heath turned 
In a 15-polnt scoring score for 
Oak Bay on two touchdowms 
and three converts. Wayne 
Farmer and Bruce McFarland 
got the other Oak Bay touch- 
downs, and Fred Wright scored 
Vampire’s major. 


This week the buttons verue change* to Royal Colwood 
and hero the tncurfibcnts. Johrvnte Memman and Bill Uake- 
ham; will take on the potentially dangerous Uplands team 
of Al Reside and Gordon Pellow. 

Reside is normally a model of eonslsiency and Pellrrw- Is 
always capable of the big round that can upset the best of 
tliem 

The Junior buttons changed hands again ^Sunday w-hen 
J McColl and Roy Chappell of Gorge Vale heal the Victoria 
Club defenders. Bill Carlow and Al Mansnn by ore hole. Next 
challengers arc Dick Munn and Kr-me Greenwood. 


Just One American 
In National League 


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.NFW YORK < AP' ■niei. 
Is only one player among ih** 
108 In the National Hockey 
League who was horn In the 


Ai.d ihev are one and the 
same giiy rookie Charlie 
Burrs?.. 22 of the E)elroit Red 


.''o hnvv rome Burns ad 
vanced to the top? There 
were extenuating clrcum 
stances. 


pFuaMc”u a Irogf 

NATIONAL CASaON COMMM* 

•• <««•••< U*4M 


Lale«l turkey winner at Victoria <lolf Hub is Tommy 
Mould.*. He ai'or^ a smart four up on par victory in windy 
conditions Saturday A second bird was at slake but its din 


United 


ner table address Is not yet derided for it ts to be the subyeet 


^menean-bom tkater* tn 


“I was bom in Detroit. ' he 
explaineri. "but my mother 
died when ] was mx months 
old and my aimi and uncle 
adopted me and look me to 
Toronto. 

nOl BLF KRACTIKK 

'■< tf course I Irarned to 
•*kaie at an e.uly age. U'hon 
J was 15 I Was signed by a 
juniiir feam, the Turonio 
Marlboros. In one practice 
session I was knocked Into the 
hoards and fell on my head 
I suffered a double frariure 
of ihe skull 

'They put a .sieel plate in 
my head and alter 1 recovered 
they told me It would be safer 
to wear a helmet. It certainly 
make* me feel more aec'ure." 
WITH ni .NLOrs 

Burns, who was a member 
of the Whitby. Oni team 
which rrpresented Canada 
Iasi year in the world ama- 
teur championships in Oslo, 
Norway, didn’t expect to 
make the grade with the Red 
Wings 

'They invited me to train- 
ing camp In Detroit." he said. 
"I knew that 1 could match 
most of the playeis a.s far as 
skating ability was coricemed. 
But I thought that maybe 
they'd think I w-as too green." 

Burns i.* playing centre on 
a line with veterans Nick 
Mickoski and Johnny Wilson. 


There i.s only one in thr 
pro circuit who wean a 
helmet 


^■i*T MikAar MrlaSi Uatlac 
t ta I bacra. sarh trpa 
Mlaar Mri*«a. thafUf la 4ara> 
•A. Ilfbl Ifpa. 


of a play-off between Norm Bamford and Uonel Morrison 
both three up. 


Ire hoi.key'5 big league are 
almo*.| as rare a.* left haniled 
Shortstop* m hasehall 


Hospital may be a quiet resting place for *ume people 
but not for Gorge Vale secretary Leo Derman. Recup<rautig 
In the Royal Jubilee from combined effects of a car smjsh 
(two broken ribs* and a double operation. I found Lefi look- 
ing well and Itching to get out and about when 1 paid Bim a 
call yesterday. 

Leo from now on will be counting Ihe daya until he gets 
medical permission to swing a cluh once again. 


HIGHLAND CREAM 

SCOTCH WHISKY 


A reader Bryce R. Cozens, a former serrelary of the 
Edmonton Golf Qub thinking over the current problems of 
the Victoria City Championship, expresses the view that ji 
should revert to match play statu.s. 

Fior# his Edmonton experience he rerommend* the 
qualifying round, working on a flights haM* In the handi- 
cap diviaion anyone who oveishoois par plu* handicap plus 
the allowed strokes w't.* eliminated. 

In the match play he believes players should have the 
right to arrange their own game* subject to a lime hmn 
with the final.* being played all on one day — championship 
over .16 hole*, flights over 18 hole*. 

Thanks for your letter. Mr. Cozen*. 

* a * 

Remembrance Day golf tournament 1* being played today 
at Upland.*, and those looking for a dav'a play on a course 
that is at present In top shape have still a chance of taking 
part • 


City soccer offirials have al 
wayf^ claimed that there If 
enough soit?er talent m V.- 


I hance to add a llitle mnre 
pt« -‘f to the theory. 

Victoria and District Foot 
b.ill League all-star* host Van- 
Cfiuvrr f’ll.vnrr* of Ihe PCSL 
this afternoon si Royal Ath 

' • i ) > I? M 11 exhibition 

■•w) • 4 1 3 2 ; 7] in game at 2 pm. The all stars 

KicMrt • ! 3 ? :? J* J rtid wetl against coast league 

competition last season, and 
another good showing could be 
a step toward pos.vlble reentry 
Into the league. 

Four league game* were 
played In city action Sunday, 
but when the last goal wa* 
scored Canadian Scoiiish *HU 
rcvied comfortably In first 
plate. 

The Soots played to a 2 2 tie 
with E^uimalt at Heywnod 
Avenue Park. Meanwhile. 
Ladysmith wa* downing Na 
natmo. .51. to Join the 
Dorkem In srtxjnd place. 

In other games, Gorge Hotel 
nipped Heaneys, 2 1. and 
Brodle's Bakery dowmed But 
ler Brothers. 4 1. 


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LONDON tUPIi — Sceptre 
Bnlain’s thoroughly-b eaten 
$196,000 challenger for the 
Americas Cup. will be 
scrapped a* a total loss." it 
ws* reported Monday. 

London's Sunday Dlapatch 
MkJ Sceptre. * "white elephant 
of the high seas” will have 
her fate decided this week at 
a meeting of the 10-man Royal 
Yacht Squadron, which built 
the 12 metre yacht, to chal- 
lenge the America'a Cup. 

The American yacht Colum- 
bia sailed Sceptre off the 
course, retaining the cup In 
four straight race* In which 
the British yacht made a dis- 
mal ahowlng. 

’’It would not be practical to 
modify her hull." Dispatch 
writer Brian Stringer quoted 
Peter Nicholson, head of the 


eon a wnich bum her. a* m>- 
Ing. *‘It would be an enormous 
Job and very expen.sive." 

"If no one wants .Sceptre as 
she Is. the logical thing would 
be to pull her to piece* and u*e 
the lead and apar*. which are 
very good, to build a new chal 
lenger 

This I* a very tragic ver- 
dict. but I can't honestly give 
any other." Nicholson was 
quoted as .saying. 

The Dispatch report aald 
there were altematlve* to 
scrapping for the British boat, 
however. The Royal Yacht 
Squadron might decide to put 
her In atorage "and then dls- 
rreetly forget her." offer 
Sceptre for sale or use her as 
a "trial horse" for the next 
challenger. 

The report *ald Ihe squadron 
will make another challenge 
for the America's Cup ' p«»*- 
slbly within three years," no 
matter what It rleades to do 
with Sceptre. 


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Twctday, 11, 19SI 


LAUREL. Md. (AP) — 
With a finn and 
coui*se in prospect for the 
Washington International 
today, the odds on favored 
l^iillymoKS N^ero shortened 
Monday but Russia scoml 
a strategical victory in the 
draw for post t>osition,s. 

Znryad. i h c 


pfisl. The Irish-bred colt'* 
<Kt<l8 were sliced to 6 to 5 
trom 8 40 9 for the 1‘* mile 
battle. In I^ndon, they're 4 5. 

Ballymoiui. who won the 
King tieorge VT and Qui^n 
Klizabeih Slakea and the Pnx 
de I’ Arc de Triomphe, run* In 
about the middle of the pack 
and makc8 hl.s move in the 


cent O'Brien aald he pretera 
firm footing. 

•Mis. Adele L. Rand’s Clem 
second choice at 4 to 1, runs 
on the front end. hut he drew 
No. K po.-«t and jof'key WilUe 
.Sh«>emaker will have to get 
him away flying to gain p<»si- 
llon. Right alongside Clem is 
the other U.S. representative. 


Kinl, alKo were cut to 6 to 1 
from 8 to 1, Oralni fro( the 
No. 2 post. 

Alfredo Lerhtn's K-scrl 
bano. from Venezuela. <trew 
No. 3; Tharp, an Irish colt 
hnjught over by Carleton IC 
Palmer of New York No 4; 
Australia's handicap rham> 
pion. Sailor's Ouiile, owned 


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paivmaking 


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Keltti. No. 5; and Dr. Erwin 
Wa.sseman’s Rovoque, from 
Argentina. No. 6. 


Ca< La|una Hrlla Impiah Lyiib. y 
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Doc aummar aiar Tima LI) )-ft 


the No, 1 spot when formal 
entries were made. Carnlr, 
file late comer who beat 
Zar>'ad in the Moscow Derby, 
was on the extieme outside 
in No. 10. Sandwiched in be 
tween were eight horw?s from 
MX other countries. 

This IS the seventh run- 
ning of Ihe $100(810 classic 
tn which the winner collects 
$70 000 . 

Hallsmoss, champion of Ku 
rnjie w ho runs for Ireland 'but 
U owned by John Mc.^hain 
of Philndeljihia. got No. 7 


ened by rain, hut trainer Vin 


BILL BEWLKY 
. . accurate kicker 


Odls on the German horse, 
Baron Henrj* Thys.sen'a Or 


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This \li eek’s 
Minor Hockey 

This week's Greater Victoria 
Minor Hryckey Assoi’iation 
.srhedule follows: 


K.amn Ra>a Mdo 3 yaar olili and 
lU iiirnina 1 > mi;ri 
eironi Artian.a ipajiknrn 

«ii< III ftlft ftO »• 30 
Ij’tia Traitor iTamiu<-hi. 

4 ftO 1 in 

Kilioriura •Ruein>-i-' . oA® 

A, Ml R.*hi Mr «ril Poraiar Al e 
K4O0 O ^'r' lrif. Charinp aiBia Samp. 
K>i>K pal Ctianrr spard Jo-1 ima. .Su 
mat) Vi.-inry 1 imr I 14 I I 

0\KK.M(;ilT K.NTKILS 

riBjrr HACP bis lurima* 

Bra Harda 114 Siratcbrup 114 

Dark Taa lU Pirrinu* Iftoll III 

Ba'brra ill Mnra Poarr III 

I#nalra Itlf Ai.m-ia Valor Ilf 

IW L Tudd no V*1 Araa 1|4 
Luiirh Hour 114 M< Pn P1i|hl lift 
Manuia Huy 114 Rabut'al 114 

Hral t->Ta Doll Ut 0»rr Du 113 
PR'OSO HAC*-eu l>ifinn«» 

Ri>.a Cap 101 golano > Ora til 

Had ru 110 ■ Nancy Van 111 

nrtaaUii. Sad lift Oailatv HUl lift 
Blato Hriurn lift Jada Handa lift 
ftiMna Ayrnt lift tatrri-a lift 
Aiti'tirao lift Uutd Ivor lift 

Auauat* Wind lift Nrrar lift 
Ma»»»ai no Ualudr Man 111 

IHtKO HACK eis turioapi 
Admlial Hotly 13ft Raao III 
Mtrnaia lift in" ral* IIT 

Wacoh Mariar 111 PloUp 101 
AaamrnDn and 113 IRair DrOat lift 
I'ormatad Ilf <*ulnr Band lift 

Patna Covar 111 A>'>U>a 114 

Haaooka nrr II® S^aual 117 
Ptaif » ftlalodt 114 
roimrH RAnc-ac« furiunc* . 
PrtIr.t Modal 104 R'lal l-art lift 
ftiv Bond in S'rala'a 101 

APlr Round US Pal’atoino in* 

Tnorraia IM Orllltni td 114 

D*r« Mava lit Mr Ram>u« US 

Bij O’* 134 » 

Pimi RAt.1-*U liiMollt* 

Broadway Btfiinda IM 

113 Da.^abar 1^4 

Brua'r' Hraard 113 Bra PlUri ijj 

Rhai-Rhat IIP Cntcpar Honr« 1)1 

Arhmaidra IIJ Joiou* Ttdinft 114 
M:«y ClltlPOMl IM Paa I IM 
Charm Bar 111 Orand lAidta )ii 

Bant Charmmt lift 
PISCTIi RACK -BIX l•.llan■> 

Tiny Bam 111 Pnwdrr Burna 104 

TtantlaiKJp IM Wi 

«hu« 113 Vlicur nr"* 

piYiiif A'laa 114 Tonra IM 

Rad flkhiar 114 

SrVKNTH RAC"*- MU* and 10 rarda 
DduBlf Ptditraa 104 P mlUa III 

A Lady Taka Bunny Oil lift 

Cara lift Zodiaka* III 

Rraata | Will IM Ml'klrkts 104 

'...-.darbar IM A Rrurn W'Ub 111 
Raal Bland 114 A Bniry 

Ktjiaaar lift 

nOHTH RACS Bit furlimi* 

Miaa Sswia tl4 Par A Paa IftT 

A Plaa* Up IM Mf* Uppity lift 

B Atrpbtbian IM C A- 1 Vo* 101 

TaMla Daarar III Adoraak Sitt 113 
C Btbii Brand lift B Ptr Quran >®t 
B-Horay Pta lift A Entry 

A Callyar 104 B Entry 

Small Saarn til C Bntrr 

NIKTH RACE -Mila and 1« yards: 
lrt*h Bkorv 111 Hiddan Laaa lift 
PwiB Way lift Vain prtnraaa lid 

Jar Ann 1)1 Ultra Ultra lift 

Cbanaa Htcb Ut rriaol 113 

JaearaRMup lift 


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TORONTO (CPi -- Moniredl 
Alnue|lr-% Bill Bewley is the 
Hig Four 19'>H lyfonng chnm- 
pion He U the thud Cfumdiun 
lo win thi‘ iKmorsmcc the post- 
war yeais when clubv importfvt 
high-priced Americans on a big 

84'ale. 

Ttie 27 year old Toronto l»orn 
Bewley won it over anoilier 
kicking spei'iali.Ht Vic Krl.vto- 
jMiilis .vecfind - year Toiofiio 
Argonaut mi|M>rt from the Uni- 
veisily of riayitm 

Slaiistics compilet! by the 
Canadian Preas show Kewjey 
with 62 points, five more than 
Krislopallis. 

TP C FG S Pi- 
Beu ley M 2 28 K 4 h.’ 

KrislopaiMsT 0 3'J 8 1 "^7 

Shalto-T . . 9 0 0 0 .S-1 

McDnugatl H 8 1 1 1 .VI 

.MannT R 0 0 3 51 

HnwellH .,8 0 0 h 4X 

Well.s M 8 f) 0 0 48 

Grant H 7 0 0 0 42 

Huniei'-M 6 0 0 0 *ki 

O Quinn M .. 6 0 0 0 36 


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I/)Nf30N (Reuters' .si.ind- u perord output of U8.. 
Ing.p ai ihp lop of Ihe Brili*h 770.00 for Ihe month of Sepiem 
Rugby I.A*aBue, including Sal- 1958. 
urdav 's games: 


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At .S p.m. 
(NovemtHT II) 


Darryl Prezeau became the 
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rom|>ei)lion at KMpiimalt Bowl- 
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Reg Waggoner 962: Jack 
Goldie. 9H0; Audle Gibson. 9!^; 
and d'rd Dawson. Ikl9, followed 
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Twiidsf, N«v«mb«r 11, 1911 


RIVERSIDE. Calif. (AP)— 
A funny thing happened to 
Charlie Wetzel on the way 
home Saturday night. 

A monster Jumped out at 
him. 


"It had a round, scarecrowlsh fluorescent and It had a pro- 
head.” he said, "like something lurbent mouth. It was scaly. 

out of Halloween. ” 

... T. I. j ^he thing fell back from the 

"II w«n t human. It had a ,t g„rgl«d. 

longer arm than anything I’d| “The noise It made didn’t 
ever seen. When It saw me in t 


sound human. I think I hit It I 
heard something hit the pan 
under the car.” 

Sheriffs officers said they 
could find nothing to prove or 
disprove Wetzel’s story. 


V'iails to the Canadian Ser- 12.30 p.m. — His Excellency 
vices College, and the Art Gal- and visiting lleutenant-govem- 
lery are Included in the iilner- ors will be guests at hmrheon 
ary of Governor-General Vln- at the Empress Hotel tendered 
cent Mas.sey when he calls on by the four municipalities with 


the car it reached all 'h- < 


.. ilmes A 

UmJted 

lnv9ttm«nt H^curitU* 


panied by IJeutenanl-Govemor Ing. 


began clawing at me. 

"It didn't have any ears. The 
fare was all round. The eyes 
were shining like something 


Tastin" Western Treats 

Sampling a traditional Western favorite, Rassian 
dancers sip ice cream sodas in a drug store in New 
York. The girls are members of the Beryozka Ru.s- 
sian Folk Ballet troupe, which had a five-week 
engagement in the city. 


Frank L. Kastedo of Sa.sKat- 2.\ 
clu»wan and IJemenant-Gover- Icav 
nor John L. Bowlen of Alberta. 2..' 

Events of Nov. 20 will include Icry. 
arrival aboard HMCS Crescent ,3.^ 
from Vancouver at .3 p.m. at the lery, 
Black Ball Kerry dock artd a 3.! 
dinner at the Empress Hotel side 
lenderefl by the pr«*vincial gov- 
ernment.- 

Nov, 21 iiinerarj includes; 

in am. His Exi'clloncy • 
leaves Empres.s Hotel to oh- 1 
serN-e Wings Parade and to tour 
TriSgrvices College and' 
grounds at Royal Road.s. 

10,30 a.m. Arrive at Royal 
Roads via main gate. Sooke 
Road; greeted by Col, P. S. 
Cooper and senior offlriak. 

11. .30 rf.ro. l-ea\“e Royal 
Roads vja Belmont Park exit 
students of 


investigation of the incredible 
story. Sunday. 

Wetzel. 24, reported soberly 
that he was driving on a street 
near Riverside when a fright- 
ening creature Jumped In front 
of his car. 


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produced 111,000 ions of na- 


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for Victoria. The 
John .Stubbs Memorial S<hool 
will likely line the road upon 
leaving Royal Roads. 


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“In KtaiKJi'ra (iridK ih# p<t{>pica blow 
Briworii ihi* i’io.sk4>x, rriw on row** 
Kvnr Hini'P Col. John Mi<*r«r a 
{*roNt pn<Mn wah first published in 
F*uiu*h on l»rH' k. 1915, Romembram'e 
Day has bi-cn asHoclalcHl in our 


many t'olms. Some of Iho bral are 
Sultana. watriTTirlrin pink. Barrs 
While, a very -vigorous pla«U with 
large, puie while flowers ar>d purple 
blotch; .Souvenir, with flamboyant 
ropper-i'olored hloom.v. Indian t!hief. 
dark mahogany, and Salmon (ilow, 


but muHt have rather light, sandy 
soil and perfeei drainage, for ihr*y 
have a tendency to rot off at the 
collar In soggy ground. 


It IK cUKlomar> to start the Ire 
land poppy from seed, as the plants 


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MORN^srG VJSi’OC... ' - . — 


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a Dutch plant with brilliant oran».'e ti 


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be sown at almost any time nf the 
year. 1 have had my best stands of 
seedlings from .seed simply scattered 
on the soil Rurface In early winter. 
Once established they se^ them- 
selves freely and will naturalize m 
iTingeniMl snit. 

A pattirularly br'MUliftil lelniive 
Is Meconopais riaile.u. the Blue Poppy 
of Tibet, noi too ea\y to grow, hut 
with lovely sky blue poppy fioweia 
blooming in the srx-ond year liom 
sprmgsown seed They like partial 
shade, plenty of leafmold In the roU, 
and a never-failing supply of mots, 
lure. * 

.'<eed'< puivha.serl through the oidl- 
nary chniinelx of trade aie Komewhat 
alow and eiraiii* in gei*mination, due 
to their age, but tf you can get your 
hands on freshly-gathered seed from 
a friends plants rhe .seedlings come 
as easily as radishes 


blood It'd floppy of rUndejii. and of 
the Shirley pofiplea dcvehijied by the 
patient work of the Rev W. Wiiks m 
his rectory garden in the little village 
nf .Shirley. England. Today, I think 
we might take a I'xik at some of the 
niher membets of the great poppy 
family. 

Prohabh' the mo.si str-lking mnn- 
her of the Inlie is Ihe oriental popfry. 
Pafia\er oricniale. a perennial which 
c.smr to tiR originally from Aimenia 
ll IS of Ihe ea<iesi possible cultuie. 
and once e«iahhshed will Ihki for 
many yeais with little or no atten- 
tion. 

The oilgiiial jilanls hoie huge 
hirtoms of \l\id Rcailei. u.suaih with 
a rlark hlnli-h In ihe centie. but Ihe 
filant hybridists have been working 
With this Ruh]pci. and a vast array 
of new vaneiieK aie available now in 


The oriental poppy blooms In 
MaN and June, along vvith Ihe 
peonies, and Ihe roots may be pur- 
chased and planted either in April or 
tn late September and early October 
A good follow-up combination in the 
gaideit is an Inierplanling of Regale 
atitl -Hfieclosum lihes. which take over 
lii.si as the |Ktppie.v and peoni es are 
finishing then riis|>lay 

The iiardiest and mo.si rugged of 
Ihe familv is the Iceland pofipy. 
Pa|ui\er nudnaule a true perennial 
Imm the An tic regions of the world. 
Colors are mnally orange, yellow aruj 
etcam. with an oc«*asional white 
bloom and one selet'ied variety hied 
In AustinliA called (toonora Pink. In 
spite of Ihe fiagile appearance of Ihe 
t'l'Umpled stlk fretals. these flowers 
can lake the wildest storm or the 
worst frost without turning a hatr. 


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The fust television show l ever 
saw. an expcitmenial thing from 
Philadelphia in 1940 consisted simply 
of a couple, of guys in a couple of 
chairs, talking And la^t week, the htg 
news from trlevn^ion was a couple of 
guys in a couple nf chairs, talking an 
that In 18 years we .tre right back 
where we started from. 

The two guys In the two chairs 
were Ailhur Codfn’y and Jackie 
tfleason, who spend the wtioJs week 
on the Godfrey morning show, suck- 
ing away at what railed Coca 

CoUi. and rmiMing woozy wisdom on 
the .subject of show business, critirs. 
themselves and life in general. Al- 
together. It wa.s a wonderfully unex- 
pected. very live and thoroughly en- 
lei laming senes of programs r,od- 
fiey and Gleason, who siarrely know 
eai'h oiher, squared off wHhouf any 
advance preparation, and while it was 
frequently disorderly, the talk had 
fla.shes of hrlilianre and was e.xplos- 
ively funny 


nesH.' said Gleason one el hit 
sharper crack* 

"I love cntirtsm.’' said Godfrey. 
•'Let's not stop them from that " 


Godfrey and Cleasor 
Make Barroom Talk 


^AF6iVSTEP« ' 
UP. COMA , AUO 
TMEW YOUCAw 
RELAX/ 


have If. I don't want ii. I'm a gem 
and the sooner they learn it the hot. 
ter 

After labelling critics variously ai 
jackals, bra.sis of Ihe Jungle and— one 
of the milder Jeims of opprobrium - 
tellers of hainruihs. ihe pair got hack 
to television "I like this hUMness. * 
said Godfrey, “and Ihi* is the thing 
that give* me the kirk this talk 
which 1 never dreamed I d have with 
you. Where Ihe heck could J do this 
If I weren’t on the air**’. 

"In a barroom " .said Gleason And 
I thought that, that was exactly the 
sort of conveiKation it was a barroom 
!> pe conversation. 


"Vnu know I'm beginning tn like 
you an awful lot.' reiurtHxJ Glea-^on 
and aftei that they got along famous- 
ly. tileason chime<| in on a commer- 
riai. kidded Tony Marvin about hia 
golf, and told marvelous atone* about 
hi.s early life in show business. 

I got a tremendous belt nut of one 
of his *how hu*ines,s stories "A 
couple of friends of mine whom you 
know I ran mention their names - 
they told me the story Jack Benny 
and Geoige Burns weir down in 
Florida And so many people were 
asking them for their autographs 
fifty people a day that they decided 
they would go to Cuba Thev went to 
Cuba and in one day nobody asked 
them for their autograph* and so 
they flew right hack to Florida " Ah. 
actors! 


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EF WE RAN DOWN APC\£- 
&AOM NO gal could 

KETCM US On ?ADiE " 

WAWKiNS DAV J 


SO. JEST STAV pot DON’T WORRY. 

AN'WAVE FAJTMIN OLE , — 

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Said-Gleason. “1 think that the rea- 
son people In America are afraid to 
have conversations is bei'auae Amerl- 
ran* hale to do anything hadly. And 
they Hunk that they don't talk welL 
You don't need knowledge to talk. 
1-ook at me. All you need is friend- 
line.ss, a likene.ss for someone that 
you are speaking in, to sit down and 
chat with them and exchange 
thoughts and ihal'a a great privilege ’* 
It certainly vs. As a television 
show, converaatlon has another qual- 
ity that T\’ has almost lost- the 
quality of unexpectednes*. like a 
prizefight, or a ball game, you don't 
know W’hen one of the talkers is going 
to plant one on the other guy's chin 
or land one In the seat.s. 


First crack out of the box. Gleason 
explained that he had a terrific ego 
• who would have guessed H?i and 
"an actor’s talent Is a gift from God 
and I like to run around showing that 
off tp. everybody ." Then he added: 
“There was some reports about -uh 
your liking humbleness and I'm sure 
it was distorted." 

"I think you re the greaie^Kt per- 
former that was ever on T\*. Per- 
former actor." declared Godfrey heart 


On the second day. Gleason and 
Godfrey warmed to their work and 
began lighting into television rritica 
and columnists and newspapers in 
general with great gusto and imagina 
Hon. 'T don't mind criticism, hoy. I 
love If," said Godfrey 

"A television critic ia In the posi- 
tion of reporting an accident to a wit- 


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Winning Contract 


' that a.Hked partner to bid a 
. red .suit 

The point of play in thia 
deal arises because this cham- 
pionship is scored at "board a 
' match" Each board la com 
' pared separately and even Ihe 
small advantage of an over 
trick can give one team the 
I full point while the other gels 
! a zero. Thus, when East won 
I the first trick with the king 
= of diamonds, ahe couldn't 
, think only about the chances 
of setting the contracts, aa 
I you would in a rubber bridge 
game. She had to think of 
Ihe possibility of overtricHs. 

When, against Mnt. Rosen. 
Ea.st continued diamonds de- 
clarer won the third lead. 
' cashed Ihe top riuba. crossed 
I to dummy’s are of hearts and 
cashed Ihe ace of spades. This 
' established East’s king, but it 
was not a generous gesture. 
It left South free to discard 
I her four remaining spades on 
dummy's clubs hut East did 
! not enjoy Ihc same freedom 
She had to keep the king of 
spades or dummy's ten would 
' be high, This forced her to 
bare down to two hearts, so 
' South was able to cash the 
heart king and win the last 
trick with the heart eight, 
making five odd. 

At the other table, when 
Mrs. Goldstein won the king 
of diamonds she gave up on 
Ihe game and tried to stop 
I the overfrtek by shifting to 
I the jack of hearts. 'This kilted 
I rteclsi-er's squeeze. If ahe won 
I the heart in dummy and led 
1 another diamond. East would 
I continue hearts, and declarer 
' would have no way to get 
back to her hand after run- 
ning Ihe clubs. .South had to 
try the apade finesse as the 
beat hope of making five-odd. 

I When it lost. East cashed Ihe 
high ditmund. holding declar- 
er to four-odd and winning 
Ihe board. 

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Frescohaldi's Organ Tocrata 


9 aii^ (Tnldnifit Victoria. B.C., Taea., Nov. 11 , 19 SS 


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itig of the Vitiona Symphony 
Oiih«'«lra on Suncldj. If \\a% 
lu'ft uomJi'rful. It gHVe Iho all 
liKi few minuirs rrquired to 
play II 0 pure, muslia) aanotity 
n«i rjaiiy foisotien. 

The Toci'dto uponod Hi?- 
Ihird concert of the symphony 


B> RKKT BTNNS 

Surely ll'a possible, as uel) 
as entirely desirthle. to have 
good mu!>ic that rreatf- enjoy- 
ment \sithout demamimu re- 
aped? 

Tills Is whai the Organ Tot- 
caio In D M.»Jor of Olrnlamo 
Frearohildl Mwma lo he With 


«4>A'-on which will be given 
again In Dimean this evening. 

Atx-lalmed escry'where she 
has appeared, and already a 
VPteian of right E:uiopean 
lours, violin soloist Hetty-Jean 
Hagen mss he.tid to the great 
esi advantage in Mendelsahon's 
Violin Cftncerto iii K Minor 

Mi-ss Hagen’s many attri- 
buU-a - tcclmu-al altainmenr 


The program concluded with 
Dmitri Shoatakovltch'a Fifth 
Symphony. The composer him 
self haa slated baldly that 
“music cannot help having a 
political basis." 

As rtepicilng the Interludes 
of pohiical hoi water in which 
ShoatakovHch has. at times, 
found himself, the Fifth Sym 


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Plat Isvsrliy Michaslt ia “llaads lalT 


SI AIMS 
Tin KSDAV 


llawlfsia execution, warmth of 
lone and depth of feeling - 
aie paient. 

nut the outhiandlng feature 
of her pr-rformance Ik the con- 
-xununate artistry whereby she 
pnekages all these parts Into a 
man-ellou.s whole with each 
part roninhuting in the most 
precise and ac<*eptable balance. 
, Her.s IS Uie^ veiy fullest of 
achievrmenr. * 


the interpretation. 

The fourth pair of sym 
phony concerts are on Nov. 
.’to ami Dec. I with an Interest- 
ing program of works by Pur- 
cell. Tschaikowaki, von Hn- 
nicek. Milhaud and F.neoco. 

Henry Plukker. director of 
Ihe Calgary Philharmonic Or- 
chestra. will be the guest con- 
ductor. 


FREE PUBLIC LECTURE 


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SO BOLD . . . 

SO LUSTY . . . 

SO SCORCHING 


Seitnet — a Premisa and a Challanet" 


Dr. CJ. .M. Shriiin. Dean of (irsduate Studies. 1 .B.C. 
VIrtoriii High School — Thtirs.. Vov. IX H p.m 

S^attrfS bt i.frsirr tl.iaiU laarbtrs' AaMHlaiUa 


that Victoria has demanded it 


MEMORIAL ARENA 


HELD OVER! 


Himler Trials Today 

Victoria Riding Club will 
hold it.s annual hunter trials 
ccenpctillon at 1 .10 p.m. today 
at the V'irtorla Riding Acad- 
emy grounds. 

Kventa include “ehance-a- 
line,' open hunter trial, open 
cross pair jumping, three-in a- 
line team jumping and Inter- 
mediate hunter trial. 


Poslluimou.s Award 

Rare wjunie dancing award— Ihc Silver Spur— was 
avxarded poithunooixsiy to John Mooney of A’ictoria, 
who laid much of ihe groundwork for Island square 
dancing before his death in January lust year. The 
plaque was presented to his widow. Mrs. Alice 
Mooney, hy Dai McIx*od. representing the “Sots in 

Order" Foundation which awarded the honor. 

(Jorgen S\rnd.sen photo.) 


fuNllr Sk*tt0| »M- IS bo p.m. 

wiusrsuAt, sok. If 
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Nsx Kamm) ISM) IMS »m. 

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tssdis Tram IIS«.|IsstM. 


mm. 


Cheque Case 
Nearing End 


VICTORIA 
Y'S MEN’S 
CLUB 


USED CAR? 
MORRISON 


IIK£ THE TIDE THAT POUNDS AGAINST 
THEIR BODIES a’Re 
THE PASSIONS THATlj||^^S 
ENGULF THEM NOW...^^^. ! 


Cheque forging and cashing 
charges against a Vanmuvpi 


Serving with Youth 


tn S3 ( nuntrle* 


Chinese Food! 
MING’S 

FliKK DEUVKRY 


*i?e Court here Wednesday. 

Mr. Justice A. D. .Martarlane. 
who ha» been hearing the 
lengthy list of witne.s.vs and 
evidence during the paat week, 
will charge the Jury at 11 a m. 

Accused is W'llham Black. 33. 
of Vancouver. 

Evidence of forged income 
tax rebate cheque* and B.C. 
driver licences was produced 
during the trial. Summations 
were given by Crown counsel 
Lloyd McKenzie and defence 
counsel James Proudfoot yes- 
terday. 


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All the sultry drama of 
Tcimefisee Williams' 
Pulitzer Prize 
Winning Play ... ^ 

it now on the screen/ 


AS 

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THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENING 

Nov. IS -14 


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Wile from Saskatrhcnan 


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The Courtroom Parade 


Iraq Ex-Premier to Die 

DAMASCUS <APt — Radio and force her into fecieralion 
BaghtifHt announced ye!>lcrday with Iraq in 1956 and 1957. 

: Iraq’s supreme military court 2 . Asking help of the United 
[ has sentenced ex premier Kad states. Britain, and the Bagh- 
hiirdamall to be hanged. (jnd pact to carry out the plot. 

Sentenced to die with Jamali and 
foimer foreign minister and 3. Endangering Iraq’s so 
UN delegate under King Fai- curiiy. and world peace. 


Su Sea rch IJn ds, 
No Contact Made 


Punishment by Army 
Will Be Far Worse 


HIRAM WALKER ft SONS LIMITED 


Soldier Leonard Crane, 
whose wife is expecting her 
fourth child in mid-December, 
is facing a dishonorable dis 
charge from the army. 

I “I will be far more punl.shed 
>\\ the a tin than I will be 


tionale) . . . this was most seri 
ous.‘* he said. “The very least 
1 can give you la 45 days." 

] * * * 

A Winnipeg salesman. Regi- 
nald Everiti. 29. was charged 
in Saanich court v* 'i. t- 


found on Read fitted marks 
on the panel. 

Accused said: “1 didn’t want 
the officer to get a shock, so 
I hid." The polli'eman said 
Read admitted on the spot the 


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Waters, started Friday night, aioimri." a naval .spokesman V #1 ' j >1-' j .« 1 ' 1 . iu « . n ' n « 

, . , . . ^ staff, and his deputy. MaJ. -Gen. ter of the late H. O. Powell of 

.nd.rt Nunddy nl«hl with nn >>id. Dt.ghl.tam, RogmiTand Weyburn. Sask. 

contact being made. Frlgatob HMCS New Water They were convicted on .'<he m.'t Jamali in Neu- York 

“We have found no evnU*me ford, and HM(\S Jonqulere^chai'gfc.o/: while attending Columbia Uni- FAPHILL JAMALI 

of a submarine, and II is doubt to»ik |Miii In the hunt. , 1, ■plotting’ to invade Syria veraity. . . . plotted invasion 


lOO's of 

lOOO's 

of 

Canadian 

motorists 

break 

through 

ICING 

STALL'with 

ESSO 


Hall yesterday when he ap- 
peared in Esquimau police 
ixiurt to learn the penalty he 
, mu.st pay for stealing an army 
j rifle. 

Magistrate Hall said he (-ould 
not make a sentent'e that would 
let him out In time for the birth 
of his child. 

“You stole a gun which was 
clas.sifled and resiricted *the 
recently-adopied Fabrique Na 

Tin Miners Don’t 
Get Pimples 

Because Cornish iln miners 
appeared to avoid skin blem 
Ishes. British cheimisis sug- 
gested the use of tin in treat- 
ing 75011*. "Acne. Pimples. 

Now convenient, tasteless 
tahlei.s containing 42.5'^’r met 
allic tin are available under the 
brand name "nnoxid". Rapid, 
satisfactory results are claim- 
ed for ttiU inexpensive treat- 
ment. 

Tlnoxld Tablets are sold 
without prescription at all 
drug .Stores, $1.00. 


Bieller. 3821 Ascot, of $1,590. 

The rase was remanded unt^ 
Thursday, when an earlier 
charge will also be heard. 
Everltt wa.s charged last week 
with attempting to defraud 
Gordon Cumming. 555 White- 
side. of $1,590. ^th charges 
concern vending machines. 

A third charge was read 
against the atrused in provln 
cial polli'e court here Saturday 
on behalf of Vancouver police. 
It is charged that Kveritt. using 
the name R. Simpson, at- 
tempted to defraud William 
Hyslop. V'ancouver. of $3,749. 
a * * 

Donald Roy Read, no fixed 
addre.s.s. hid in a downtown 
alley so he w’ouldn't scare an 
approaching policeman. 

The youth l.s charged with 
attempted breaking and enter- 
ing Wills-Mahood Pharmacy, 
behind which a policeman 
found him hiding in a door- 
wav at 12.35 am. Friday. 

City police court was told 
yesterday a panel had been 
pried loo.xe from the store's 
front door and a Si-rewdriver 











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■' ‘ '' 1 In ! , i‘! ly for proba- 
tion report. 

* a * 

Also remanded for proba- 
tion reports were Ralph Hack, 
218 Kingston and Daniel Mac- 
Donald. 1215 North Park, 
jointly charged with ihe theft 
of $1.50-worlh of car part*. 
Both youths pleaded guilty. 

* * * 

A third-tmie loser for im- 
paired driving. Clifton 
Sprague of IDGO Granville was 
sentented to three months m 
jail yesterday in city police 
wun. He had previously been 
convicted in August of this 
year and in October of 1953. 

* * * 

A l9-ye4rold Courtenay 
boy. Brian P. Phillip^ found 
yesterday his trip t^Victorta 
cost more than he expected. 

Court wa.H told police found 
Phillips* car, full of juveniles, 
on a Gorge Road sidewalk 
Saturday. He was fined $’Jo 
and his licence was suspended 
lor careless driving. He was 
also fined $15 as a minor in 
possession of liquor— a bottle 
of gin cocktails. 

A 20-year-old RCN sailor, 
Norman Dandenault. tried to 
break up a church gathering 
[on Yate* Street Sunday, city 
police court was told yes- 
I lerday. 

I He admitted that he had 
I kept shouting at the group 
I but he could give no reason 
for it. He was remanded to 
! Wednesday. 

^ * * * 

1 John Moore of (he Moore 
Printing Co., 365 Johnson, was 
fined $15 yesterday for fail- 
ing to file an excise lax 
report. 

♦ e ♦ 

John Pethlck, no fixed ad- 
dress. was sentenced to three 
months for stealing two 
sweaters from Spencer’s store. 

Worker Jailed 
For Pheasant 

An unemployed ship yard 
worker went to jail for five 
days because he couldn’t pay 
a $15 fine In Sidney police 
court for being in possession of 
an untagged pheasant. 

William Graham Morgan. 
1287 Kings Road, was given 
until today to raise the money 
for the fine and $3 costs after 
he was sentenced by Magis- 
trate D. G. Ashby. *rhur8day. 
Option to the fine was five 
days in jail. 

But he came back to say he 
couldn’t get the money and 
was prepared to serve his sen- 
tence. 

Belfast, capital of Northern 
Ireland, houses 4S0.000 of the 
total Northern Ireland popula- 
tion of about 1370 . 000 . 




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Nylo-Suede Gloves 

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JLiClMdMI flterr names - ' 

Above*the cIeanly coppered land 
Which knew their tread. 

Burnish each name 

Beside the splendour of the pight, 

For each must flash 

Far brighter 

Than the great Orion, 

Slashing the deep and darkening air 
Beyond the chained sea’s sill 
To etch eternity, 

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Witii'vatour rare. " 






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Whole Thing^s a Disgrace* — Magisirale 


NAN A(M(> MM|!l^t^ate 
Lionel beevor l*ott» ye.^teldJty 
biusirri ihr pr<»vlnrlsl govern 
ntetil Ioi- euiting down ihe 
miinher of ohdclinn who chu 
be Aiiiuilli'd lo WcxKllHmls 
.School lor mehtfll rW'fetilveK. 

Reft'iring lo Die ^hul'lown 
of « winj* At the selnwil. ihr 
tnAgi.<<|i,iie i'omplNtned thAi 
the Kovcrnmetil w«* eitliei 


w'M» general knowled*;e that 
(here wn^ ■ wuiting h«i aiul 
(he (ielMy would he one oi two 
>e.ils hrlnie (he youth coiild 
nelually (>e Ndnmterl 
'The whole thin*;' h d, 
ifrare." said M«iriNlrHie 
h^'evor I^jUs. He ii.Mtd the ’ 
empty utug «t W<>o<ll4ii(P 
should (mediately hr n|.i>nw| | 
It would hold AX) etiildren. 
he cmd. And he could xre ttn , 


VICTORIA ADVISORY BOARD 


nil cess 


Four sailiiiKH of the ferry Prineents of \ an- 
eouver will lie idineelled Wedne^xlay when the shiii 
U willtdrwwn front senltT fitr pro|N*ller reftairn. 

The 6 a.m. and 1.80 p.in. >uiilint;> from Vari- 
emiver and Ihe 10 a.ni. and 5 p.m. sailinKs front 


A E WALTERS. Choomon 
E W, ARNOn H 8 EIWORTHY 

H A, WALLACE E E WINSLOW. O B £. 


‘The ('lOiiniunily 111 thn« (it- 
Munre ha.< held the Mipeiio 
tendeni ud ilnid weirdip' m* 
>>pnn<thlf (or iilACing of the 
hns Afid the Mme I'ommuntiy 
hns not provided a |d.it'«> ir. 
meet the hoy'« iiihsI ” said .Mi 
Hinifhum. 

.NlN{;i.>liAle b*‘evor • PoMi 
4>m|wihli>i*d. 

"If tliAl n>spnn)ilblllty w.i«^ 
lifted the hoy would have ah 
wdiitely no supervuifin," ilic 
m.«Cl)siinie addeil. ri‘IUMn»r 


some oilier "ohscure' teaioin " 

Ills comments were made 
In family court during a rr 
qui'si hv wrilaie off leer 
Honald Bingham ihat the 
court lestind an order com- 
mitling a menially defeciive 
ytiulh n| M in ihe care of the 
Mipenniendent of ihtid wel 
fate. 

Mr Bingham said «n appli- 
cation lor the youngsifT lo 
so into W'oodlaniK .'x’hriol had 
hei*n ao'i'pled hut added M 


REAR ADMIRAL J C HIBBARD. 
O.S.C. C 0. R.C.N. (Rei d) 


New Ferry Ready 
By End of Year 


ROYAL TRUST 


CO.MPANY 

R W PHIPPS, hfancfirr. 1905 V7. ifV 3*4136 


I'HKMAINHS iiu.- Che 
mainUH Thella Island leny. 
now twins htdh hy Somasx 
Shi|iy«id» shouhl t>e ready f»*r 
delivery by tiu’ end o( the year. 
ftlflrial.N HHid yestetiloy 

The leri y will he of all aie«'l 
coiv«ti uciioii and will measurr 
about VI h> fit leet 

Work on l»ie (i icy allp here 
will not he viaited unlit Ihe 
new yr.ii although a start will 
he made on ihe new #.lip at 
Hieii.*. Hl.-tnfl before (lie end 
;of Nnvemhei 

j Re<'f»n*li »o i»iin ol the Che- 
Ihiamtis covernment whatl will 
al*<* »»ait In r»e«vmt>er aiul 
inuvl tw rompleird hy Feb H 
T'te svoik i; heiOR done by the 
Parific Pilertnvinc O . Vic- 
toria at a 'osi (tf 


rails in Love Hitii island 

A tvv' 0 -da> tour of stiuflurn Vanrouver Island 
passed all loo quicki> for l7-\i>ar*o!d Sylvia KniH 
of Vancouver durine the weekend ’the pretly 
blonde who is also Mis.s Kil.sllano of lf»r >8 won Ihe 
lour at a Vancouver Touri»-l Bureau Assoeialinn 
dinner. She said she hud fallen in love with \’an- 
couver Island. — (t*olonisi phnlo | 


Driven / /. Hurt 


t:.. men who fought -At 
PhM’c'Urril Htirt the Somme 
III the rust World W'ar will 
hold a nninion at 7 p.m. .Sai- 
uiday at the OlenKhiel Hotel, 
6(ifi Pouslns SiM-et 

V'eierana of the S«*venth 
Ballallnn ami other Second 
Brigade men will gailier from 
Victoria and up l«tand point* 
to recall war exf>erience* with 
*ongf and tales of halHe. 


WHAT 

CAUSES 

WOOL 


Madicol editor 
Sidnay Kali oiki 


PORT AI.BLKM — M 
ward S. Taloo^h. tS. wa*i 
aenlenred to three nxmlh* 
In Oakalla by MagKtniio W. 
F. ^fai'leralon Monday UMirn- 
Ing follow trig ronvlrttoii on 
an Indecent assatill charge. 

Sentewe was paeaed after 
the foiirt had hcartl the 
young Indian’* mother Male 
that “white girU are always 
trying to get Ealdle in 
troiihle." 


. . . vaahtOf wool in IwW water, 
» ith Uie wri MiK Lmd of »Map eauae* 
>hr liny filtraa to break duwo and 
•brink ZERO Uie rold water anwp 
>b»l ban l<*«*n af«N tally deyrt(>|>ed 
Irtr waMting wottllrn*. atopn shrinli- 
ir»g or ttwatiiig WaNt alt yonr 
mvilleiw (mm oof lent naehmerrw 
atwl l«hv ibina* to tw«vv wnci 

blankere wnh ZERO in rctfafiiri* 
ably tool water ZERO'* armie 
ret ihttmoah aelwm mearw r»rt bard 
nibhinc . . dm ju*t float* out 

(eaving yoiir woollen* apaAling 
bnitht., aofi a* m>«r (mitnJ (or 
Nj'lon, Crrlon and all en»«l water 
(ahniw, t«w> Thn(ty ZERO aavea 
It* mat the find wa*b iteanlar 
*t«r tbew over fiO WH*hinRft, larce 
eeonnmy wee tbiea over 100. Ciet 
ZERO Uetay from your drug, win}, 
deriartateni atorr* or oiipermarkeUk 
For FRF£ aample. write Depi. CL 
ZERO SOAP. Vielorra. R.C 


Fre*h diaaoveries about 
the body's oam natural 
d*r*nae« offer hope for 
prcitectioo against some 
ranoert. The great •thdea 
now being made in the 
fleid of immunology may 
provide an answer to 
■rhiiophrenia and may 
make it pnanble to freely 
LraoRplant ikin-even 
iirgsnslike kidneys - from 
one person to another. 

Find out about 
l! m . . \ 


NANAIMO Inquiry will he 
held imn the death nf Van 
couver accountant Br*rtram 
Gallagher 36. who wu<» found 
dead in a Nanaimn hotel room 
Sunday evening. He had been 
dead for abovii ala hours, 
roroner K. Lewis was called 


TsIUitq tb* etory of Coaodo 
to Coaadiaaa 

AT TOUR NCWtSTANO TOOAT 


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for EATON’S 
Shopping News 


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A NO CHARGE! NO WAITING! NO PARCELS TO CARRY! 


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the Empress Ho|el Car Park. Belleville and Douglas. Park it yourself 
— fhen take the waiting Umoualne directly to EATON'S Broad Street 
door. No waiting— no walking— no charge for Uj hours parking if 
your ticket is stamped in any EATON department. 

Shop in comfort at EATON’S. Ask the clerks w'ho serve you to have 
your parrels delivered to the car park— then step out of the Broad 
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SECOND NEWS SECTION 


NO. 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COMMBIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1958 


DK K BATEY 
... Mr 


FORREST L. SHAW 

... lor 


280— m'NDREDTH 


ERIC ('HARMAN 
. ■ . modprator 


YEAR 


GORDON CAMPBELL 
. , . aj{ain«( 


DR. J. J. DKITSCH 
, • . speaker 


\o child in Victoria should l»e disapjioinlcd 
Christmas morning thanks to the KeiieroHity of city 
residents. 

Victoria Cosmopolitan Cluh officials said yes> 
terday a lar^e luimhcr of repairable toys have 
already been tionated and the club menilN‘rs are 
busy repairing and repainting them for distribution 
at Christmas time. 

Collection depots for repairable toys are still 
operating at all Shell Oil gas stations and may also 
l>e left at the Contract Van and Storage ware* 
house, RM Raimoral. during business hours. 


COUN. LES rA.*?SMoRE 
. . . aga)n«t 


) 



These Six Will Debate Amalgamation Issue 


At least 2.000 Wtoria and Saanich taxpayers are 
exported to attend the amalgamation forum to be 
held in Central Junior High School auditorium at 
R p m.. Nov. 2o. Only council member speaking will 
Iw Coun. Leslie Passmore of Saanich who is oppo.sed 
to amalgamation. His eo*speaker will be Gordon 


H. (’ampbell. 1315 Oakcrest. On the affirmative 
side will be Dick Batey, 3456 Carter, and Forrest 
L. Shaw. 1318 Beach. All four men hold decided 
views on the question. Dr. J. J. Deul.«ich. who pre- 
pared the report urging amalgamation of the two 
area.s, will apeak before the debate and questions 


will be welcomed from the audience after discassion. 
Eric Charman. chaiman of the Junior Chamber of 
Commerce amalgamation investigation committee, 
will be moderator of the debate. The forum i.a being 
co-sponsored by the senior Chamber of Commerce. 


Aroiiml the Island 


Disturbed by shoplifting and the pa>^sing of phony 
cheques in city stoje.s. the retail mei-chanis group of 
Victoria Chamber of Commerc'e will form a committee 

to seek safeguards. 

At A mceung of ih»* group 
Nc-uerday di«nissuon I'cntred 
armmd a magiuinc aiiirk 
from a I'nitcd publica 

non whjrh detailed piacUi’M 
and «a(cguard.«. 

The group alw endotsed 
rity engineer .Iam''f Gar- 
neir* plan to turn View Street 
into A ahopping mall with 
provision for off-street 
parking. 

A -note of the group's en 
dorsement of the plgn will tar 
lent to chambei- directors for 
their information. 

NK.HT SHOPPING 
The meeting decided to ap- 
prove night shopping for 
Dec. 18. 19. 22 and 23. No 
closing* time was decided at 
the meeting. Member* also 
decided against atorea closing 
Saturday. Dec. 27. to allow a 
lour day weekend. 

LKtHTKD LETTERS 
The chamber's lighted lef- 
teia will be used to spgl) out 
a Chiistmas message above 
the Causeway. 

Rohen H Thompson wa* 
elected vice-chairman of Ihe 
group. , 


Odd Bird 
Spotted 

In City 


NANAIMO — The "other 
hair of a two-man burglary 
team admitted thiee charges 
of breaking and entering and 
theft In police court here yes- 
terday. 

(jeorge Samson. 19. of Nt 
nsimo. admitted breaking and 
entering Wo^lands and John 
Barsby Junior High Schools in 
Nanaimo $>pt. R and Quail- 
cum Beach High School Oct. 12. 

With him, said police, was 
Robert George Patterson. 22 
who was last week sentenced 
to three year* In BC. peni- 
tentiary for U *lmllar offenw* 

.Samson wa.s remanded in 
custody for aantenct until Fri- 
day. 


NANAI.MO — Safe and ALBKRNI — A m«n who 
sound after a cold night on appealed in court .Monday 
Valdes Island, former homo of morning vtth his toot In a 
the mlamous "Brother 12." are cast pleaded guilty to a charge 
George Davidson and his of Hs^aulUng a police officer 
daughter. Shelia, aged 13. The engaged m performanc'e of hia 
pair, lo*t while hunting over duly. Richard Laffan. 44.3 Ehz- 
the weekend, were picked up aheth S’recl. was sentenced to 
Sunday morning by a pa.<sing Ihe day he had already spent 
packer. in Jail and fined $.30. 

According lo information 
given in couii. RCMP were 
calh>d to the home of the ac- 
cu.^-ed where he was found lo 
he Intoxicated and belligerent. 
He had .struck one officer in 
thn [ace and came toward the 
niher waving a pop bottle be- 
fore he was subdued, accord- 
ing In police. The accused ea- 
prevsed regret over the inci- 
dent and agreed, on sug- 
gestion of an RCMP nfficer. to 
place his name on the Inter- 
dict list. 

Other ca.ses in Alhernl court 
Monday included a charge of 
speeding against Thomas C. 
Wilson who wa.s clocked at 
PORT ALBERNI — Two speeds up to IS mph on 
downtown husine*.* premises Rt'’^r Road pleaded guilty 
were broken into over the 
weekend with one of the own- * e « 

.r.^oportlnK . lo« of »107 In ^axaIMO Proln.l will hn 

Ihn phntnsr.phi<- 

... , I, J ^ men! about the amount of 

stud o of Kev n Van Herd was . . .. j . 

. . . . - parking allowed government 

entered sometime between 9 , .t. . w u 

. ,K J employees at Ihe fedeial build- 
pm. Saturday and the same . 
r..,. •' ing on Front Street. 

I'.n HoMon.v ot IlnlU- Corn- 

way . Radio and Rmnrd m'-''';."'-"’'"-™ 

Cnnlr* hoard tool.lnp, „n an '' “'’r'’' P”"' 

lippor (l«.r whan ha vi.llad " .'"'''T™' 

hi. .torn al approximatalv to I''"-'"'-, ■"> ''<• 
o-cloi-k Sunday avanini;; Ha "P“" 

notmad pollaa who were on T"' ."V.'* “ 

lha «wna within minulaa. But. madaquata. • 

the culprit had fled. * « * 

* * * ni’NCA.N — Second annual 

NANAIMO-Proceeds from honsplel sponsored by 

.Saturday's joint service club Dunran Ladies' Curling 
hall, sponsored hy Nanaimo f'kih. wU| he held In the 
Centennial committee, will go ^tiwirhan curling rink, Nov. 

14. 15. and 16 

Four events are being run 
off with entry fee $20, One 
of l5ie rules foi the mixed bon- 
spiel I* that earh foursome 
must Include at least two 
Women, one of w hom must be 
the skip. 


Mrs. J(»an Oeci-tMla, 1136 
Old Raqutmall. spotted sn 
odd bird yeslerday. 

And being a trained bird- 
watcher she knows an o<kl 
bird when she sees iwie. 

"I ln«ritrd In my bird hook 
and saw one very similar 
which lives in Bermuda,” 
Mra. tlecrosta said taler. 
The bird was quite small, 
black In color except f<»r a 
vtvid yellow beak and a long 
toil. 

Bird expert Charles Gutfel 
of the provincial niuseum 
said the bird apparently was 
not a native nf B C., hut he 
didn't know If II came from 
a* far off as Bef w twla. 


NANAIMD About VI e«n- 
vas-sera from Nanaimo Biaitch 
No. 10 Canadian l<egion eol- 
lertetl just over Sl-100 on city 
sitects .Satuiday for the popipy 
fund. 


GANGES — An average S 
per cent salary Increase for 
school teachers in .Salt Spring 
school di.strict will cost tax- 
payers some SR.OOd or 1.3 mills 
on the present assessed valua 
tion of lands and Improve- 
ments. 

The salary inciease. ap- 
proved at the last meeting of 
the school hoard with the .Salt 
Spring Teacher*' Association, 
will go into effect Jan. 1. 

The board also accepted with 
regret the resignation of J. B. 
Foubtster a* principal of the 
Ganges School. 


Visitors Get Bird's-Eye View 

o' 

What hplter way to make a si«hi- “delayed" exhibition in Victoria Sun- 

seeing lour of Victoria than from day. Th(*ir act was originally sched- 

atop a ‘penny farthing" bicycle? uled for the May 24 parade but they 

Stunt cyclists Thomas, Herbert, and vvei*e unable to get here at that time 

Gerald Hobbi.s and John JoRstema, all because of Ihe ferr>' strike. — (Col- 

of New Westminster, were giving a oni.sl phoU).) 


Phones Out 


Chest Needs Another $20^000 


l*olireman's Thumb 
If in.s Aeir Support 

l.abor .Minister Lyle Kirks said he has a.sked 
the Workmen's Compensation Board to reconsider 
Ihe claim of Victoria police constable Albert Wells 
who suffered a severe thumb injury while subduing 
an intoxicated man. 

The Victoria police rommi.ssion recently 
became angered when the WCR wouldn't honor a 
claim for the injuries suffered by Wells. 


('HEMAINUS — Tag day* 
came thick and fast last week. 

Thursday was Poppy Day in 
Chemalnui and poppies were 
sold by members of the 
auxiliary. 

Friday was hospital tag day. 
Hospital auxiliary membara 
also held a thrift sale. 


'renewal' cheque year after. 
No one ha* asked a firm for 
more, so the same amount has 
been given. 

Thirty prominent business 
and profesHlonal men have vol- 
unteered- fo^ihe recanvass. 

Mr. Harhord expreaxed 
ama/emeni yesterday at the 
number of people calling to nay 
they had been missed In the 
call* had been coming In al the 
rate nf three or four a day. 
"and for each person who calls 
there must be many who 
don't.’* 

In spite of the fact that the 
residential canvassers had done 
a greet job. he said. It was ob- 
vious (hey bad been unable to 
see everyone in the city. 

He asked that residents 
wishing to make contributions 
phone or .send cheques to the 
Community Chest office in 
Rpenrerhouse. on Cook. 


CHEMAINUS — At least 
four candidates will light lor 
two seat* on North Cowichan 
council and more may lie 
fonheoming Election will he 
held Dec. 11 with nomination 
day SCI for Dec. I, 

The two vacancies have been 
caused by the expiration of 
tile two year terms of A. K. 
Craig of Chemainua and Jack 
Pinson. Mr. Pinson says he 
will definitely not stand (or 
re-election. Mr. Craig is in hot 
piial and so far has not an- 
nounced his Intention. 

Ollier candidates wtll be M. 
Vautherin of Croflon. Jerry 
.Smith of Chemainus and Tony 
Staples of Maple Bay. 


NANAIMO Ttnitcfi Appeal 
total reached $33 (XXI in Its e[ 
fort to reach a target of 
$46 000 

* ♦ CHEMAIM'S — Mra. Mil- 

dred Valley Thointon. noted 
A contract for $34,145 .)0 has painter and hl'-torlcal author- 
been awarded to .Seaw.-ird ny g (*. Indians will present 
Construction Limited of Van- an lllustiHied leciiire in tht 
couver, BC.. for constiuction United Chuixh Hall here Fri- 
of a new RCMP delacliment day. 

building, at Shawnlgan Lake. The lecture will be sponsored 
Specified completion dale it by Arbutus Chspter of ths 
April. 1959. V lODR 


Ferry Owner 
Asks Subsidy 


PORT ALBKRNI A man 
who claimed he had been 
drinking and had no retollec 
tion of the Incident, pleaded 
guilty to theft of a car. 
George Slianka, an employee 
of Belmont Construction Co. 
was picked up In Nanaimo 
where he had apparently 
driven the car from in front 
of a RIvor Road home. 

He told court he knm' he 
had no intention of stealing 
Ihe vehicle, ^pwiier of Ihe car. 
according to information given 
In court, had left the accused 
silting in the vehicle while he 
had gone into hia home. 
When he came out the i!ar 
was gone. Shanks was fined 
$100 and sentenced to the two 
days he had served in jail. 


Seen in Passing 


ueensH 


Housing Scheme 
To Be Explained 


Percy Hewitt making sure hia 
Remembrance Day |s>ppy was 
properly pinned on. »A desk 
clerk at a city hotel, he is a vet- 
eran of Ihe First World War. 
He IS a member of Ihe Victoria 
Choral .Society and sings has.*. 
He and his wdfe. MHh. make 
their home at 624 Avalon • . . . 
Harry Mills showing oft his 
war souvenirs . . . Bud Johnston 
from Vancouver appreciating 
Victoria's damp weather . . . 
PhylHs Mair shopping for a 
new lie for her hu-shand . . . 
Stall Henderson raking leaves 
despite a heavy downpour . . . 
|.ew Worrell talking about the 
work of the Chamber of Com- 
merce . . . Mr. and .Mrs. Ronald 
Harris playing darts In a 
friend's Irome at Elk Lake . . . 
Annlyn Klorenre having lunch 
. . . Fred While talking about 
hooka, of course . . Dave 
Wright talking about Prospect 
Lake ftah . . . Joe Casey talking 
about amalgamation and forced 
development. 


Coast Ferries Ltd. yesleitlay boat on an hourly service, but 
asked the provincial highways Mr. Gaglardi countered with 

. , . , tvi/wk . an offer of a $l.0(K)-a-monfh 

*.p.rlm-n, tor . VTO.OOO . „„ 

year subsidy to continue op- the rompany ha* op- 

tratlon of the Mill Bay-Brent- erated without a subsidy. 

wood ferry service. derision on futuie op 

The company's bid wa.s the oration of the service It ex 
only one received when tend peeled for several days, 
ora were opened yesterday. _ . . 

Coast Ferries, which has op- ^ -w 

erated the service for several II I r ■■ -vw I 

years, had announced with- I^Qp|4||jff I 
drewal from the service Oct. R. C41. -R 

20. but agreed to continue U C/ 

w . onrmonlh lrl.l h..U tol p, 

lowing r meeting with High- _ ... . 

w.y. Mlnlilfr P A G.H«rdl. ">"'"'1"'* *"<• 'h- VlctorU 

A. th.t Cpt O, II. A«^- 

N»w. prnirtrni of Ih. com. •' 

liny, had asked for a $3.00(V off street parking proposals he 


Residenta of the Queenswood for Ihe district by a group of 
ea wUI have a chance WeJ Victoria busineaa men. 

*sday night lo find out all Coun. Charles Nelle*. one of 
K)ul Ihe proposed ''garden *be men connected with the 
luslng" development planned proposal, said last night a 

- special meeting to explain the 

scheme will be held \n Si. 

T 1 George's pariah hall. Cadboro 

£^%jkj I I/* ^ P ttt. tomorrow. 

C W I J 1 f 1 i IV The meeting k expected to 

clear up a number of mlacoii- 
acheme, 


Four Alhernl Valley men 
ranging in age from 18 to 20 
years, pleaded guilty as 
minors to entering licenced 
premises. They were James 
A. Dobte. Albert Frederick 
Brett. Gerald P. Houbrvga and 
Junior N. Johnson. Each 
was fined $20. 


ceptlons about 

The parking plan was pre- mlltee chairman, said yesier- Coun. Nelies said, 
sented to public works commit- day, however, that he was call- Many residenta of the area 
lee last week with members Ing another Joint meeting for have announced their oppoei- 
of ihe aaaociatlon present. The Wednesday oo that the commit- tion to the plan which would 
committee subsequently voted tee could hear any represents- result In 2.5 eighi-aparlment 
to recommend that council en- tiona from association mem- units over a 1S-ecre site. Each 
dorse the proposals in principle hers arising from study of the apartment will be tenant- 
AkL GeMlrey Edgelow, com- report i owned. 


the ferry service with one day. 


PERCY HEWITT 




22 lallll (EoUmlal VielorU, B.C., T«#»^ N*». 11» 195S 


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and make-iipa Uwl bnprove whnn rabted upon. Favorite 
rain itilffurr la a wlf of lat-qurred hair that aparkirw 
amt KlUtena when ralndmpa hit IL Secret of the make-up 
la a “aolld** powder that not only la water reaistant. but 
alao ‘‘sairiH Ita full charm and prettlneaa In a ahower.” 


for Christmas 


Please Eye 
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Shoppme for gifts that please and still remain g 
within a budget is certainly a problem with so many ^ 
delightful items offered in our stores. ® 

Here are a few with eye 
and pocket b»ok appeal. 

Evening carryalli for the 
fintahiog touch to your for- 
mal eiuemhle come in black 
faille case with handles. The 
sets In diffeienl finishes con- 
tain a compact, clgaret case 
and lipsttck holder. Some are 
plain and some are fancy and 
all are $10 95 (reduced from 
$13.50 to $30). 


C/ hamheut 
Unglinh f ryntai 


stainless steel. A smart and 
practical gift lor any fi&hei- 
man who turns the air blue 
when he loses equipment over 
the side, it sells for $1.95. 


i\ursm}i: 

.Member^ of the Nursing Sisters, Vic- 
toria unit are metMing today at 2 
p.m. at the Y\V('A for their annual 
reunion tea and meeting. Among 
those who will he present are, left to 
right. Miss W. J. Dowding, .Miss 


Mamie Hearn, Mrs. F. M. Thomas 
and Mrs. T. ff. Smith. The Sisters 
will also attend the Remembrance 
Day service at the Cenotaph where a 
member will lay a wreath. — (Colonist 
photo.) 


Also for the men on yflifr 'S 
list, here's one lor the Friday m 
night fight fans. A brown ^ 
ceramic ashtray Is sot in a S 
genuine pigskin leather glove. ^ 
Ideal for den or desk. It ® 
would be a fine gift for $8-50. s 


Personal 

Mention 


Then the Fun Starts 


Cute nonsense gift Is a a 
gold plated clip fur unpaid § 
bills for $1.50, There’s a car- ® 
toon on It of a man In ex p 
treme pain holding a sheaf of g 
those unpleasant reminders. a 


Cloisonne, that delicate 
white enamel with the dainty 
floral design has been fash- 
ioned Into purse acce8sorie.s 
any woman would be proud 
lo receive. Compacts, cigaret 
cases and boxes. llghUra, 


Mr.s. D. Ross Fra.ser. Mrs. 
W. Barker and Barry Cavlness 
are among Victorians who 
have recently signed the 
regl-ster at Britl.sh Columbia 
House in London. England. 


Hand-rut crystal in the graceful 
and ever-popuUr C^rgiau design. 
<!hoo«e it as a gift ... or a sparkling 
addition to your own table. You can add 
pieces from time lo lime — Georgian is 
an open slock pattern. 


a. Toby .Tug. capacity I'l 
h. Low Sherbet Glass . . 

c. Ice Plate 

d. Marmalade Jar 

e. Cream and Sugar, pair 

f. Candlesticks, height 

2'* inches, pair 

g. Tumbler. pint 

h. Water Goblet 

I. Claret Glass 

J. Cocktail GIbm 

k. Fruit Juice Glass 


Another sale prlced item is 
a candlewick gla.ss mayon- 
naise dish with a silver plate 
spoon from one of the 
country's leading silver com- 
panies. Available in several 
paterns. the set la reduced 
from (195 to $2.95. 


atomizers and comh cases, 


The marriage of Miss Lor- 
raine Longstaff and' Mr. Mel- 
vin OUum which was lo take 
place on Saturday has been 
tpmp«u-arily postponed. 


they are priced from $1-50 io 
$7.50. 


MAGAPv. Israel ’So 

When one gil l u« eng.»ge<l to < ni 
be manied to 17 men at one all 
ami the .«-amc lync. tlmre is 
bound lo be a violent r.\- 
plosion. 

And that is exac^y what 
happened recently in this little 
Israeli Arab village in central 
Galilee. Police riot .squads 
fi-om Nn«arcih. .''Bfad ami 
Tibertas had lo called out 
lo quell the disturlwnces 
Cdusi^ by Miss .Souhab Ka.s- 
sam's 17 simultaneous engage- 
ments. 

MOST IN -lAII. 

Most of her suiloi '^ are now 
in Jail, awaiting trial on vai- 
ious charges of disturbing the 
pca<-e and altenipUng armed The commander of Tiln*ria.s 
a.vsault. pnhee district is now person- 

Knife fights, poclurnal gun ally negollatlng a compromise 
battles, attempted bombings settlement. After talking over 
and free-fqr-all street brawls the entire mailer with Souhab. 
have so bhattered ihe tran- ih^ choice among 17 prospcc- 
qmllty of the village that tive bndP2room«> was nar- 
authorities are considering rowed down to three, 
banishing the beauliful Sou- 
hab lo a remote part of the 
counliy. 

HOW IT BKtiAN • 

Everything began early this 
fall when the young people of 
Ihe Village celet>raied their 
traditional Good Harvest holi- 
day. 

On the evening of the lir^t 
day of cclchiations. Souhab. 
who is 17. agreed to become 
the wife of .\agib. Die 21 >car- 
old mayor’s son. who i.s a'«o 
her second cousin. Rut the 
next day slie fell In love with 
the local lalnir union boss, and 
said VOS to his proposal with- 
out bothering to break off Ihe 
first engagement 

CHANfiES .MIND 

To cut a long story short. 

Ihe young lady changed her 
mind 17 limes, before the boys 
found out. 

Far from being angiy with 


l,0\KS Tllb'l AIX 

“I love them all.’ the blush- 
ing Arab maiden replinl. ’i.4*t 
them MMile H among them- 
selves.” This cau.-ied another 
violent reaction. The youths, 
each <Jupi)orle<l by brothers, 
cousins and other male rela- 
iiegnn to fight it out 
knive.s. pick-axes, iron 
bars and lumting rifles, 

Remlorconiem.s from Safad “ meeting of Ihe advisory 
and N’a/areth polu'e districts rouncllofiheNatlonalLiber.il 
had lo be called out befure the Federation Nov. 17-19, it was 
suitors were safely locked announced Monday, 

The women’s group, headed 
by Mrs. A. L. Caldwell of 
Saskatoon, will discuss plans 
for Ihe NFLW’s next national 
meeting In the spring of 1959. 


Liberal nomeii 
To !\Ieet Sunda 


Short, short key chains 
make novel and handy gifts 
for your friends. Complete 
with things like penknives, 
dice, mileage counters, four 
leaf clovers, pill boxes and 
even a tiny harmonk'a. they're 
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Mrs. H. K. Johnston will 
officiate at Ihe opening of the 
Fairfield United Church WA 
annuak bazaar to be held in 
the social hall on Thursday, 
at 230 p.m. 

An interesting group of 
stalls have been planned In- 
cluding fancy work, knitting, 
novcllie.«. home baking, candy, 
etc. Afternoon lea will be 
served. 


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The WA No 65 lo Typo 
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ConrcutUm Dictates Timiiis 


Proves Last Straw 


By Ann Landers 


tPM on iKlucatlnn, immiKra- 
tion and citizenahip. and 
reprt^niation at local city 
council mcctinga. 

Mrs. Bert Noel. preaUlenr of 
the local councti, congratu- 
lated the memher* dri a 
record attendance. 


and unapertacular way to win 
nghla in ever>' field for the 
women of the Weat Coast and 
who was the first honarary 
West Coast memb«>r of the 
National Council. Mrs. Katon 
said It was essential to begin 
writing the history now- be- 
fore the work of women like' 
Mrs. Smith is forgotten. 

Her personal contribution 
will be a written resume of 


A plea to throw over the 
conventional timing of major 
household chores was made 
>rsierday by Mrs. Hex F^ton 
In an address to Viciui m s 
L x»ral Council of Women. 

"We have fallen Into the 
habit of thinking that we 
must do our Spring house 
ch>aning In the Spimg. Ue 
could provide work for many 
men and women If we do our 


ROITKKDAM (UN'K)— A Kolterdam housewife. Mrs. 
Anna Kulper. has left her hiiohand because he wanted her 
to ser\e him the same breakfast that I.4 H|Is XI> used to 
get each morning. 

The French king's breakfast menu Included five 
smipn. seven pies, four fMrtrldges. nine chicken* rooked 
in larloiis manners, two turkeys, two bowls of marmalade, 
two kliKis of ffe*h fruli and four kinds of stewed fruit. 


DKAK ANN I^NDKRS: Our IL-yi 
not an angel but he always tells (he tmth 
The teacher sent him home 
fiom school yeMeiday In ihe 
middle of the afieinoun. When 
1 asked the reason lor the dt.s 
missal he said he had no idea 
lie insists he did nothing 


home from school In the middle 
of the afternoon "for no tea 
son ' theie 8 a loason. 1 sog 
gpst you go to school and 
learn what it is. 


Parents’ Auxiliary Function 


by pa.s.stng Judgment i>efott‘ K comes alohg. " she sa 


• The teacher is a crabby old 
maid and .she's always had .it 
In (or my son. Last year she 
iHughi tnu.sic and he had 
Irnuble with her then. too. 

\\'hy would a teacher be so 
cruel and sadi.Mic to humili- 
ate H child bt'Iore his class- 
males this way? Plea.se give 
me your views. 

- VKXKD MOTHKR. 


For her part she blamed 
the “mental hazard" that sea- 
sonal unemploymenr was 
taken for gianted every year. 


Before launching on to her 
main subject. Mrs. Eaton 
reminlfteed about her first 
visit to the lr>cal council 30 
\ears ago, one of the find 
places she saw a council in 


hearing the other side of the 
sinry. When a child l.s a minor 
nuisance in a classroom he's 
often asked to go .sit in the 
hall or usit the piincipals 
office. But ihe boy oi girl 
who IS .senl home usually has 
had some major dilficultj. By 
all mean.s invesugaie and get 
the entile slor> > ou 

summarily biand the teacher 
as cruel and sadistic. 


At St. Margaret's School 


Mrs. Kat<in. national presi 
deni of the Council of Women 
mcniioncd the most signifl- 
cani of the Cnuncirs cuiitri- 
huimns to Canada 

.Silling in on \unou.s govern 
mem boards at all levels, the 
council is in a position to hear 
and present Impm-iant mat 
ters to piHiple who will come 
together to act on them. 

Pot example she spoke of 
a lecenl meeiing aoout winter 
unem|do\meni and what gov 
ernmeni and Industry plan to 
do to alleviate the situation 
as It exist.s. 

" "The only c<»o| thing about 


operation. 


The annual bazaar and fun 
fair given the Parents' Auxll 
lary to St. Margaret’.s School 
on .Satuiday afternoon at tbe 
school was most successful 
the sum of $1,800 being rea 
lized. Mr. Dervek Frenrh and 
Mrs. W. H. Dunbar were co- 
conveners of the affair. 

The theme ihis year was 
oriental and lanterns, wind 
chimes and peach blossoms 
provided a background for 
the servllpurs dressed in Chi 
nes# costumes 

Games and amusements 
were provided for all ages. 


.'>hp recallefl that the Vie 
toria women then were among 
the moat dLstingui.shed she'd 
met and urged that their ac- 
tivities h«> recoided to fill the 
gaps of the council's history. 

Mrs. F.afon who was Iniro- 
duced to the me»*tlng by Dr 
.Marion Sherman Is In her 
third year as president of the 
.National Council of Women 
and is a past president of the 
Vancouver Council. 


Often 
All Day 
Wednesday 

Phone 

EV4 1111 


MRS. REX EATON 


W'hen an 11 -year-old is sent 


that meeting was the topic, 
for ii was held In July and 
the topic was a burning one," 
she said. 

The facts that w ill come out 
of tlial meeting will lepiCKeni 
the ■ thinking of the local 
councils across Canada. 

Mrs. Eaton, addressing the 
local jfroup at the- - -fhibbc 
Library, also siievsed the 
need for* local nv*mh<T* to 
bring together fads and ac- 
<*ompli8hmenls of ihe women 
m their provinte and city who 
are working for the rights of 
women acros.s the country. 


know a these two w'lll want 
to ' gel married. Please pul 
.vour opinion In the pafier so 
I ran u.se if as a lever m case 
this thing gets serious. 

E. H. 


Dear Ann; .Moiher is 65 but 
young appearing lor her age. 
Everyone lakes her lor 10 
jccirs jounger. She makes her 
home with us and is a plea.v 
Uie to Jiavo around. 

Recently she met a widower. 
7:,'. .She 8 with him almost 
every chance she gets amt en- 
Jtjji's his company tremendous- 
1> He's a fine man. but the 
whole Idea ot people getting 
romantic at such an age is 
sickening to me. 

Moiher has a small income 
She docs all Ihe co<>king, helps 
With the cleaning and is an 
avid gardener. She has a full 
life with us and seems content. 
The man has a small home, 
a private income and .social se- 
curity. I'm afraid before we 


WILL SAVE YOU 


Before Mrs. Eaton addres 
sed the group, reports w-ere 
heard from vaiious commit 


want to lose a rook and 
gardener. There's n of h i n g 
".Sickening" about older people 
getting married and enjoying 
Ihe evening of their lives to- 
gether. 

I hof»e you won't discourage 
your mother and make her 
feel foolish. Many older peofde 
who have losi their first 
maiea marr> again and find 
happiness together. Give her 
vour bie.ssings and offer to 
throw the nee. 


ISLAND HALL HOTEL 

PARKSVn.I.E. V.I.. B.a 


Figure Faults 


i/>NrM)N a rii — rus 

klaii wttmeii have finall> 
riime artnind to the sack 
dress. Radio 'Inscnw said 
.>e«(erda>. .A faxhion ismi- 
mentator said Ihe sock has 
be<-«>me paipiilar. fMfiiru- 
larly with women "who 
with Ihe .sears have loot 
their lithe figurev" 


t'liing the work of Van 
couver's Ntrs. Paul Smith who 
during the twenties and 
thirties worked In a m<Klesi 


Dear June; Dos'! feel guilty. 
The real problem isn't her at 
lachmeni to .vou. Mother 
Shes been wasting her >ean» 
on an impossible situation 
and has cut herj»elX off from 
other prospects. 

These men who use their 
mama.s a.s an excuse are for 
the hlrda— the loon.s, Ihar i.s, 
1 hope your daughter wakes 
up before she's too old and 
tired to smell Ihe orange 
blossoms. 


Dear Ann: Often I lead 
letters in >our cr»Iumn from 
young women who would like 
to be Independent of their 
aging mothers but cant get 
l(»ose. My problem is the op- 
posite. I'm a mother in my 
late 60s who want.** to know 
how to get my daughter to 
tee that she's wasting her life 
slaying at home with m»* 

My daughter Is an attractive 
bright girl of 43. She has a 
fine position and makes an 
excellent salary. She takes 
lovely winter vacations alone 
but never meets anyone. A 
gentleman ha.s been taking 
her out since 1939. He claims 
he can't marry a.s long as his 
mother Is living because he's 
responsible for her support. 
This man l.s lousy with money 
and It doesa t make sense to 
me 

I keep telling my daughter 
she’s a fool lo wa.sie her time 
but she continue* lo see him 
exclusively. How can I get her 
to make a life for herself be- 
fore It’s too late? 

-JUNE BUG. 


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A Remembrance Day service 
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on Tuesday under auspii'es 
of the Victoria British Israel 
Association. The subject will 
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E-xqulmalt, on Thursday at 8.30 
p.m. For further information, 
call EV 2-0895 or GR 8-1057. 


Thor New-style Washing Machine 

.Square tub with pump and timer. 84^ A 

Reg. 9229.95. |/|{ 

With trade-in, only — — . I f V 


16H4 DOIGLAS STRKKT 


PHONE EV 4-7611 


r. W. FRA.NCIS LTD. 




Frigidaire De Luxe Dryer, DD58 

A Joy to use 94 Al 

Reg. 9229.95. 1X1 

Special I Wt 


Friendly Extra 

on your trip to or from the East 

"Sue”, your NP SiewardeM-Nuric, says: “I’m always at your 
service aboard the Visia-Doine North Oail Limited. I've 
got souvenir! for the kida. loo Next trip, bring the whole 
family, ^iccial reduced fares for them. Set you soon!" 


Shirley 54” Cabinet Sink 

Including de luxe faucet and strainer. 
Gleaming while enamel, slightly marked. 
Only 


AIX rSED APPIJANCI<» AND TV 
AT REAL RAR<tAIN PRICES 

CX)ME IN TODAY — NO MONEY DOWN 
EASIEST TERMS 
AT 


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NORTH COAST 
LIMITED 


IIM Douglas SL EV4-9M1 


796 View SL 


It Pays to Buy 
Nationally Advartisod 
Produeta 


'T. C 


Agent: 

GEORGE PAITJN LTD. 

1906 Governmenl Street EV S-9196 


Phone EVt-7141 


mi Donglas SL EV S-MI3 


^ 1496 r>OVBaNMKNT 


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CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 


FASTER RESULTS 
LOWER COSTS 


TELEPHONE 
EV 3-4111 


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BLOCKS AND LARGE 
SLABS 

Triicktd (raai ap>l«luit. 

11 ' koit^ 

Cord* _ 12.00 
-a Cord* II 00 

Thick bark 
2 Vi Cord* 17.00 

extra special ON 


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par iMea <uv« si Pa {•ar una jar 
(lay* W?’ '' 

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line CmirvT raiaa uP aov<i'a'»«a 
Mmimum advarli* n* "*iM 


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PAINTIWO AND PAfTOHANO 
mr Raaaoiiable price*. Work '*"'7 
tuarantaad Phoea BV4-2M4 WATCH| 


jli' i»9 itiirr*. Mr* Pranpu 
Pudlrv Mf wn.'alin»«» Afa«^»> 
and Mu* Ladlt Daao tu Ha*- 
■atchrwan and pai»0i'. 

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•jrlea- and i'''etia*r.i 


SPLIT WOOD 

OOM roe ElUAaa tUota 

2 Vi Cords .... 12 00 
PLANER ENDS 

1 Cord $6 50 

2 Cords $12 00 

- BONE-DRY 
HAND-PICKED 
FIR WOOD 

1 Cord 8 50 

2 Cords 16 00 

FERTILIZER SAWDUST 
2 Units .......... 6 25 

6 Units 18 00 


JKWEI.KY. HEUaiDI’.S 
Mina. Ml Fort. EVANM 


C T lORUMA.*! - UEOiRATORS. - " 
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m.ttbamBU(t to Orade 13 EV 4>43‘l 


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m i. p aparhaaiini. walla retired 

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PtvM EV Uall 


DANCING 


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DANCING 

tOU Oouiiaa liieat EV I-IM.’. 


:S 0 SITI ATIONS WANTED 
tTM.AI.K 


21 MAI.E HELP 
WANTED 

AAl.KtMAN TO SELL WILLY* 4 
WKa'dMxa »ru'k« aiM l•qull*•■'•n^ 
■ ■ 't ifljC a'i *'* Vafinatvpr jal4f'>l 
AP(H> M'l’nay 4 tuma M7 Vlaw lU. 


1 1 ANNOI.'NTE.MENTS 


9 IN MEMOKIA.M 


In <*ia rvant id an arT’X t«Yur- 
ine 'p# iia'.i ity .e Vic"itia Prraa 
Ijj *r\Al. ikil II.C plij»<e 

f. r iPa apart a<'tuiity •« iMaa bv 
In# I’cm m auaail-ei _ 

TELMi or~rOBUCATl"N 


ElLEr.ii'fi SCHI.^L 0> DANCINi; 


Bat'V 

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claaa T44 RnajKMnn Rra 


IDF^^L FUEL CO LTD. 

KV 9 4<» 3«4 Dmld KL KV 3 >IU 


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aaape'' <\'^iiani raiarrmaf Ava l- 
a'li immadiaicii Take rata mam 
tain b'une !■' ^nymr neUampU'irid 
nvatulad a>i*rrvw (turn • iiy or Ki'i 
iH-u >4 vaiali’io. manlna) wnir*. 
KV 4-133 ur wTtia V.ii'irm ITata 
Jbil 


PLASTtRlHO 8TWCO. STUCCO 
pamttatr J fiamiRoa. XV 3>10Tt 

PLAtrERlNtT' STOe'eO BE- 
Dair work Harktr. EV 3>I773 


Tie VKl-eia Pi«*t Ud fid 

be it'da I'x’ nun iiwar'i'A ul ar? 
■.liar'Ucment nrv nd the am-<uni 
p'‘l f•r aur*i a.iirr'i^amafll 

All claima m an f n i'u-!;«atl-<n 
aiuit na mala w'lpiu IJ Pa>'* 
i>ii>ra«ner aM il i>e itMda anau 
n'A M e- rtaiJi-rad .Np r aim ml 
ba aiiuwad lof m -ra IMn 'iiw ui 
oviao inaerili'ei a>^( f -r erruca nd 
airaviing "w *aiiM <4 tu# a<Svif 
Uacfnan'.. 

All adv<r*iaina i>py wui is aut> 
la.t Id ir* apiHuvai •* fbr V.r« . a 
Pratt Li* whu taaerva Ihe :i^ 
in o| »uia diaereti n !•• rl.i**ih 
tTKO ■» iiftert -I'?? !ujr..*H»il 


SOOKE FIR 
MILLWOOD 


COAL SPECIAL 

IITII ner tnn 


ALL TVPKJi or nX>OR« KJt. 
parUt cieaaed. waatd aad oei- 
tabed bt taarbiM- Unmet our 
ipaciallt Oral! a. Baiab t*M 


c. J. McDowell 

PLUMBING CHEATING 
LIMITED 

Wo Sell We Install 
We Service 

Douqlos St. EV 3-4 130 


|■t;<Jla^. b>i'ia 

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A l| Jrlfiry E.lii i.urtP. I* ■•- 
1,1. .1 al»x a JiJin H 


Vklert Lee .. 

Virtnrt I limn I II U uar •'*n 
Satked kimiUtie da’iiated »<'b 
coal arderi M raaii o«r aack 
nr 

II aarv* d • iiniiUne 41M 
iDeiltaiad tnio t<uir baaamcali 

Cat plrK-uo t«-vtca nn tniall 
n^aati'iat ot mal ktAiVunc lira 
loe« and rrr»m-.oe» ma.laVlt kt 
a>.r yard an Aloha Airaat iba* 
-aaan Dn-:«laa and 8u:n<lda> 


25 MAIX Qf FEMAI.B 
IIKI.P WANTED 


Slobs and Blocks 

2V2 Cords $14 00 

4 Cords $2) .00 


WOULD LIKE PART TIME EM 
ptaymaBl ut ratail alara «n‘i: 
Chruimat Kaiwi .m. ad Adam 
aPle Pbona EV I-M47 

Y'irHi; LAl'Y WITH niSARlUTV 
u.i. iti ■ i; i>c ar»i 

I ,fir< a< I. .!! • l.V ill’ 

WIU. t'AKi; koR OllLUHh.V MY 
'.■fTii' III* -u.-t A aran I'^'r>» ‘n* 
««Crr »■ KV >»f»l 


■r«i iKHtPlTAl. LAl«ORATORr TfCn- 
nicMn* C7 l*c 11 )M a' Vienna 
< il DC Pull tMMitUia.'* Pb twtirra 
^.-1 at alllc? Bt til* Ci»ll «»»»■.• 
I n Commit' >••: :4a’>«pa» kn.oio»- 

741 •««»* ATtlca apn Pot* 01fl*a 
r ■■ ApniT i>4|ura No* 17 143* to 

- - Vitil Kafitca Cemia.»*iuD. 4ih 
- . llonr. ill* w Ourcta gt . Van- 
tr< iBu**' 4. B C 


,n wuiia I <R a* 
•n C»tf 

X hvi'LaBa sr.M : 


Handpicked Dry Fir 
Wood 

1 Cord $10.00 

2Codrs $19.00 

FIR SAWDUST 

3 Units $19.50 

S 15.50 byblower 
$18 85 ^ blnits, bulk, $ 12.00 

, FIR SHAVINGS 

3 Units $9.00 


Eat'trft { tnada rcpratrfiiaii'i- |n • n 
>4 Auti.n * r-' 14 T '• •«'•• 

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BALLAM & RAWLINGS 

LlMilLU 

YOLH 

PLUMBLVw AND REATL*-a 
vt.NTI4’ 
prumM Seralc* 

ftppaira ftfi' liialitg, baw It.infl 


DITCH LADT WA"T* MOUnE 
a«rk Tut'datt nuiv irooi e I 
Pboea KV 1-7J43 


re^MALE 
HELP WANTED 


TWO RKUARLK BABV SITTKIU 
EV 7-4144 ana EV 1-IU4 Adulu 


SAVE ON 


TO THE YOUNG WIFE 


ItOV.sF.Wonic WAbTEO BY HOl'R. 


COAL 


4- r?. .Mr #i.d >!• 
-••J <-Wja- «7,r. ■ 

ai *1 J-wat-na !i 

: . - 1 ■ t «'*« ■ • •'- 
an ■ |h* 13 -co I 


WITH BILLS TO PAY 


FPECZAUSTS 


MI^VRY TRIPS 

*.• i • • * f *ha 


ffir-.x .1- 


8T . AT ROUNUASOLT 
fhorta EV 4-1441 


SI SITI'ATIONS WA.MCO 
Al.SLE or KfLMALE 


» anarv Irom a 

" li ti'rni’C'm' U' 
«va latniina! t.7l 
n ca'um at( 4 
ran — - Ptiiiat 


/an at'* TEMPr>RATE A**n TR 
«4 p*«« a K' IDifl twni-a at’ 

inik* tnur a> caralatert or bOiKtni 
^ attia vt tpar'm'xt b'.ora 4 

• iiH '* T‘ur(. Ma.'. li :-ara 
r-im- 9>D»rai n-jutiv'-ano 

ini ptft<tb- iradet Ada oi;>.-r work 
• urn a- ■. >»int}dtiK<<i am 
r atvemen* saiar' W riia r Dtarton. 
Reeori Boater. B C 


T. A HARVEY 

UMITEU 

laUMNIbij A.H.» H»AriN 0 
OIL BUH.NtK* 
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UAH INKrAU.AnON* 
rVR.NU-K iHL UKLIVEREO 
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554 JOHNSON ST. 


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•na te»:t::ac« and Miti t><'o'h> 
41.:-’: cl dw't Cu.'tec Saak, 
a -no Theodora. o( Sails Cur- 
rent. riam ataoilchlldrra. a!*- 
errai-itandtht.dree 
FuBriai ttiviot Icnm McCall 
Bine t*tural Funeral Cbaptl on 
W/4B»>.:af Ni « 13. at M» p tn . 
Me* DouiUt t> Carr citiciauna 
tr. r-turnl in R'-*ai Oai Surui 
Park 


::r'E wa raftl* wls. 
Mtt |t-dr;ar>t I4ia kin 
' ttl, Mr jiUrntun >70. 
T«:ev 4071 Ut» Hmitb 
VI'S r>»»i« «mA. Uri Dal 
I.' Mf- ■'*''«ri«hl I37A 
Maekatrtb 


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lli.U .'r Ate a' 
JulMie* Hn't'i'al 
dt unter. 7 the I 
Diana 


Ax\4>* 

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14 Pandora 


EMPIRE 
FUEL LTD 


McLEOD RIVER COAL 


34 Bl SINKS.S SKIIVK KS 


WALLY Ortitt A.aNuUNCBS TOP 
r«'h pikea |er eciplut bBUHhnld 
ik*>n« in taleabla aon'iUnn. <art« 
or .ma I amuunit K't calla vtthin 
Oreaier V»*-i*ia >f reautrad 
XV 3 ;<JI ar EV 4 111! 


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In ai:rn> e a* 
AiAa>a r*<-' 
f are*'i-e. Ju 
Urnli). 


PITT & HOLT LTD. ' t.tmp » 

J. WKLHAM. Pn« • 

PSuntblng. baailog giiiaJlalMiia. fiff- i' -mae Bletaitd 
-'■ca matira. ai>e«4 nmai week. uU :Ker Mix 
uurrvera and apoUanrra f irvix C-*-'>fa 

niianr -I ji*ler nume mil"' 'V’erneru O' lnt'’ Furrtai-e M;x .. 
.•4an. Wl BaguimaH Hd EV l-TJII ^It, 

_ — , papei haft. 


AVON 

Eorning Opportunity 


BLACKTOP 

PAVING 


TOTTEN In lu.ini 
r-f deir _ f w'tali ' 

• Clturk’ l'C’l'’i. V ri'j 

It. la elental bur 

Per aaai •- in* 

In our Xa:’i' i. . - 

f.iere ra* i-r- .’ 

Waicb and »•'! m* "• 
Lo*Ulg'V •emambated 
» la Pajia 


T'>OD-Bi'rn W Mr and Vtr* 
J H Todd ra**’ »<U 

Oa»ie t* at 'tu R- rai 
HrMpiial on Net *• '’>‘1 a 

daufltter Carolfn Franrn 4 17»4 
3Vi Ota. 'Inattred • 


BARGAIN SALE 
No. 1 FIR 
MILL WOOD 

uoervT 


EAOY TIME l*AV*4e„. rs 
UI AMA.rtEK'J M'lUv 
rivES CbTUUra* 


>L H. HKOW.b HRli Pl.l MBlbK. 
^ e< , .M x> rvpaira r*m-«lei|mg 
** i»a. M-n-atr. U.: WJ«4i 


WAftruMruix on nc» i 
la)« jt VutorU. 6C. Urt 
A .rt* K.'.a \:*r«arrhlr 
nta^ntr 7>u*«ld 1.. 8 

and Rci'ers W kta-.Tiurel i* 

Ml - n^5i a Maemur-.-ir ar.J 
Mr N A Nia:*en ail it V>' 

'..'la ^he u tlt« aura.'rd «y 19 
aee nraiber Ur. C7tar<e* d< <ire , 
Bea''>«iile, Onl , and nca ti^'er. i 
Ur> W C SbeUy ol Vantiu- 
*er SC te*en erand.-h’idrett HU' 
Funerol aerv’ra fa Ho'varda 
Cbtpa] ca Tburtdav. Nfaemhet 
|] a’ 7J0 pin Suparttaed stark- 
Uit adinininf CTia!!i-l 


KIRK COAL 

SIC CKUULMALr ROAD 
phunat EWU3 - EVJgin 


ReaautidMo. 


W A WU.KlNbrtN, ft i MiiPKI 
aer v tco. Near «nxk. repaira (Tee 
et-maie« 1440 Myrtle ft KV 4-4713 


O.K. PAVING CO 

T4« TOPAZ EV 4-14IJ 


WHITr a.n> ! • Mr ai 
G While <I»ee M: 
lie Ave t.aU' 
ft Jaor^'a H''«i>i:. 
B C •'o N-'iem’ t 
Lenrtard Earl C l>« 
I'nuher he l»i*id*ih. 


■^! . : H>4U* SEABOARD FTNA-itCk: 

KVriiU v,v; ~ RenuL-v Iff' un-lrf "-'h ►« 

ur «-iT>|iaiiy etjierteM* > 

A noox Id A OOOO DEAF KAR muK be ante to K>«crv«a niP'd>> 
ta "irti nn rhlldlah prattle -a-- .u .Jf"e r ad'ne le 

THE HAUNTED BOOKBMOP raned keept'W. liping. toUi^tmtU' 

111 Fan grreet rv 3-14T? caaMerUtg doliry in futut* la f 


;r.::r3 mixed with 

BARK WOOD 

ir i.rmTHB kaby t^^utt- 
abkolutelv 

oooo FOR ALU-ABOUKD OBft 

2V2 cords 512.00 

3 CORDS $14 00 

Dry Shavings 

2 UNITS $6 00 

Fir Sawdust 

ooublescheeneo from 
n i.mi^:rbay kawmii.i*. 

2 UNITS by blower $11 
2 UNITS by bulk ......$8 

AGRICULIURAL 

SAWDUST 

2 UNITS $6 00 

BPETIAL DI*COU7«TB ON 
LAROKR QUAimTIEB 


G. E. CUUPKK. PLI.MHJNG AND 
heatB* Repaira KV 3AC44. 


n M.R.AI. 
TOK.S 


COMPLETB ROCK BLAIHTNC AM) 
rancrelo hretionr aiau flump 
bldXing LKertMd and Inaurad 
Jtm UiliMpM. Rea URi aVlS. 


BRICK AND MASONRY. StOK- 
waika an] guitera. Prdmp4 oorvn 
Ptonm EV F7444. 

! AIX~nf HES' Ue l4A» 'HKY WORK, 
li A tsaMy) OnniaiiA EV 44Tn 


BANOUrrs BKCK1*nOXB 
Pritaic Partteo 
JAMES BAT HOTEL 
pncao EV 4-7I4I 


DKATHS 


SANDS 

MDim’ARY UMITED 
Mrmunal Owpel •K Cblmea' 
W--*ura at b-jin Park -Mr. 
Vx*«na Bt. KVi-m 


COAL 117*4 


OmnUAT too -■ 

oar ir« A’Mi dre kmdUBe 
camxrn active FUKIJI I 

T31 Crtroidtanl 

EV I-7I31 KV >• 

<40tiD ANb dAWtiVW^ 


PAIAK-Oo hoeetnher * I»»4. In 
Vi'-foria BC Jan Falak. bdtn 
In Polatvl a feti<ieni here unc* 
teal larmerl* nf We'.unfton. 

VI Ha leaxe* Lr ai'e flnahte 
a ton, Bine at Vlr<«ria a 
dauch'er Mrt T Zt»iua*hi 
• Jreun ®! Vietnrta # ‘n *h'ee rih.icA- iMArKL OF KOCFS j 
daucBiera in Pniaad I) trand- e.iunb ftrvM ai Seiner Avenua. 
ehtWren. altn i»« brdXhira and.CMney. 8L Sidney dial 

a att'er ;n I’Aland He aae a I 

member at FOR. Victdita. aiicl CAKIDR 
the Wblta Eatle Faiitb Aamh la- 

lion '>L>KRAL CHAPEL Of IIPATHER 

Praytra biil be affered m Me-,C*lmaM Oxoera. CoiumU BC 
Call Bro' ' floral Funeral Cbapelj CRM431 

on Tii**dav. h"» 11. at I o m. ; ' “ 

THOMSON 

FUNERAL CHAPEL 

iL IIU Furmofly of Winawiieg 
DU^tod CWirteuua Senrtea at 
She*n«te Cual 

PKK NEKD AI MEED 

•sHP'MENib 

Pifnt KV a-sni 


15 C 03 UNO KVE.NTS 


GITTiriW DOWNP1PF.« 

CLEA.NCD RCPaIKCD 

EV 3-3915 

MOUEL bHEbI METAL 
3)10 lAUGLAS EIRF.ET 


WA.STEIX Y»>L'>0 LATY WITH 
B --=1 •4>ra>>'<' •’’•I .'••I* «'a^*’" 

ij.»-'-f»aii t-r jjruof offue t»**« 

. .. «, I. If ■ u u Maiam i - ud 

(.rU »rii'.t*taiera, iVwrt aatan V 
•eeh «'l -*e 'are ••ru-i.t- 
pnriunriv h»r idvanremeot. Auplj 
|L. >>uii"ft' "x '’■» ‘ A'I baibtwiilirig 


AND .XEA4U>U. 


BULUXXUNG _ 

rxk d gradihc <•- 

•-.ff* marhjoa »«r evotv k*. 
JOH.S ir. •USSiNuW il 

tv 1 44:4 Dpt* KV > l4t7 I 


MOOSE BINGO 

Enjoy Yourself and 
Help Others 

ALL PROCEEDS 
MOOSE CHARITIES 

MON., NOV. 10 , 8 P.M 
AT MOOSE HALL 

fit 414 FORT KT _ 

ADId l MIOW. 11 — 34 OAMBB |Nl,'R»B 

ahare 

Two Jackpot* ’menaa 

HF.MEMnilA.NrE Da’y MYSTERY !'a7l* 

inr< fr^<m C'wr’b Line* •erminal gib — - ■ -■ 
MnaifM.ui Ltianry rule (n Inral RELlAi 
■■•«u'> Bpfp Ihnetigh the glorlmti loot ai 
tui fr-. ^mpe>' IM Uiv tra year* ’ 

A anertkawL Li-ate IM EV 3-44 

nr- ..'•i-n ai i Adu”* 11 -Vt, 'vrT". 
• ■ . .'1 71. phw F.V *4411 h# , 


^UniWELL « HENSII.N eREE 
eaitm area. E\' a-IlKl 

RACK FUXINu'aNO LOAOINO 
KV 3-4340 anytime 


Porker Johnston Ltd. UP-ISLAND DRYLAND 
U14 HROAD gTREEl EV »»70 , piD WOOD SALE 

irr^^^raJ^mwrSl pOR TWO WEEKS ONLY 

papcrTfflCP la stand UiP TEST. 

I Vicrnywir r.yuKLSti and Rp l Oouilaa fir tbkk bark *I*b* 

I mSULATION COktPANY . mizad with inaida tAPCka 
' r'ORl ' - . A A/x 

CViaH] EVEHtMUK EV A 4 UI ,' 77 /, CORDS $ 12-00 


ADViRTIbinO COFY WRITER 


CAFFENTKIUI 

CARPORTS. IIU. FOR BTAN 
dard I kli ooiu. Other «bIu da- 
iigoad and btaUi ta yaur raouire 
menu at arpnamlcal caM. Frai 
eiUfliataa. KV 3 4134 


BU1tOt.N — In Vktpna mi Nd- Not 13 at » a m. Intcrmeot in 
eetnber *. 1441. Mary Burden. Kajal Oak Burial Park I 

a|td 77 year*, ol 1141 Hii:«tde ' 1 

Afenue larmerly at 3413 Nril PALMIR -tr Victoria M Kunday. 'l 
gtreai. boro In B'cllaid real Nb* 4 Helen Palmar cf M4 
dent hart for the paat 17 years Henry Rt la bar MHh rear | 

Bht )aa*** bar hatband Uun- Kh* •** bam In Keat'-and and' 

ean A. at the ratidanr*. * hat nem a raci'ienl «t VKtpeia 

daugh'tr. Mr* Kbaun Rerrna for tha pa«t 44 r*a:t Kb* 

of Waybutn Kaalt , a tan. leav*> a ntpbew. Andrew Jobn-i 

Dpuglat Orsnam. of Vatx-.auver. •in n( Vlftorla I 

four irnadcniMran. * aititr in Prayera will be tald no T>iet-I 

Ortmabr. 0«t . aiM utra* day. Rpv 11. at 7 pm. Ui Chap-, 

broUtera la Auairalu. lin t Fiinerai Chapel RcQuUm 

Faaerti mryim Iron M*Ca!l Mail will he tuag na Wednetday. 
Bret' Finaral Cbapel on Wed- Nat 13. at 14 am la tha Quean 
netday. Morambar 13. at 11 a m ot Peae* Church fnllpwed by In- 
lalarmoot la Royal Oak Karial lermant m Royal Odk Burial 
Fart MimariaU b* Oidtoa Fart 1 

■Ibita may ba dtdicaitd 

iVaseouyff psptr* pi'ota aopy 1 POWERS -• In Vlctnru. B-C. *wi 
N-s 1 !fVL R-thert Jame*' 

•tm-fR-Ii* Vinnrta RC «n Nnv, 

4. USA wiitrH firphert Buinr. 

axeef a* “f KeaMng Cmatmnd aire-e 1^7 fnrmerty "f WmniiWg. 1 
horn in doanu-h, HT He tease* W*" n' • r mre rl^ 
•e'en wuie. M’ltired. C'-'-'- • an-l ® Jr'ir. 

Adrian HI Jtaai.rch. S>m .1 on-l 

Alex -n Vrinm. Mufn..r-- v "'V, t, ”v 

MeawciUi Lalw Ilf en-l P ■' - 

Ml Mane*. BP three .|*Mjmef*i. '•7' l;**‘l'’*'a»ed *•.*».. ir .... 

Mm J. F. -Edna* Cr>*a; -, ui Ve '*” ' . - ‘J 

l-n« Mr* J -nra- M.faiium .J * \i ?Ti 

r , lUs Bf and Jilrx l> tuieii' ♦.Oi-ai Ifitn Mriail 

.R::m^e. h." . m 54 "f ? T"™!. . 'TlT* 

gramlt lutitrr.i a'sil ID yreei gra^-.l ^ ?.* ^ T 

rMMien aie^i iw ti.«er> M.t. Ted O*'*!**" 

May Lurtinw and M>t «;iad>* Gahh 'emtet.i m Royal Oak Burial ParK 


BUtm KEPAit ANYTK.NU 
.anUiM. tuusbaiK. e*tuiM 
KsMrkUUufia lex.-lM it.-Erd tt 
pauwd. Hmr « aantra-i* ' XV ' 


ROOnNt: KIDINU. INSULATION . 
Krrd and Cutler Repair* 
CAPtTtL t Y ROC UNO 
iQd OAK BAY EV4S91I 

Axme T4NR KRRAKT i 


O K. FUEL 

760 TOPAZ 

raONB OAT ANl* XiOrt 

EV4-2t52 EV 5-1812 


BLK HODRKKfKPKIt TO 
slur 1 cbildrau. 3 and 7 
wMla mdiber woikt. Phoae 


CARPENTER itPAlKK lTERA 
Ikina. tUiien. ftaln. tU» aad 
cement H Plaiel. IV 3-4444 


14 a Quadra Sirtwt 


I McCALL BROS 

I The r -itai eunrrmi Chaie’l' 
A borkgruund at dapwr. bllMv 
aaac 'h- ai-rve-* «tM ••••uli 
ebiawa. 

1404 VANCl'l VER STREET 
KV9-44M dl 


Sewer and Septic Tank 2 Cords 
S«tvice 

VWirt*. ORFOa* PvlaTUlA sao.oart. EVI 


Islond Fuel Supply Co. 


SAWDUST 


CHAPLIN'S RJNERAL 
CHAPCT 

Kttwlneaa Oamtay 


saKNTinC PRUNING SPRAY- 
ing. truM and atuda traaa. tra«a 
itriM. Chemical apnying. bn^ 
'grwaa. mwada. Ouu. A. CowTa Thee 
^ee<«i4 L I. lUcere'ed and tn- 
auted) EV *-1(74: evea EV MMA 


OOi’BLE SfRKENKU^*Am)t;CT 

CUT 41K7M IrRYLAND LOG*, 
imp- C'wrM Pir SawduaL 
iGiKwed ny tAnver in 7 *nd 
lorul inra Ry bulk SH-unll Ma. 
Fi:i i-air ‘•A» n-<M «*bUe the pruww 
ar* .-<*« All *" irurh* are g«vem- 
menl aiamped 
if nut a I xaxnriiird monef 
refundinl 

^•.•ware id Heml-edt 
ONEOAV DCUVBRY. 


DRYLAND 

Guoronteed 100 % Fir 
Inside Fir Blocks 
Big Thick Bork Slabs 

Harhl-pirkel l> el'mina** 

•ml .giHiia- IT irfifir<a fuarai 
ie«l new n «*w*er llrad. I- 
immHial u*e Thia »-»«l i« Lijri 
rersenmeMed »■* furnare. lifeiH#' 
afiu mtr'en rwic* 

1 Cord SB 

2 V$ Cords $12 

Drylond 100 % Dry^ 


■ervlee 
EV 44*73 


no Qimdrw ftrvat 


H A VARUEHBVU lEME.NT ANDi 
lerraw UM euxrweiar Ptuma 
i.R V-4M1. KV 44U1 


PRUKTOO, FELUNO ANt) KAW- 
Inc OanirerPP* uee* •»mn*ed 
trhalnaaw B Carlaen EV 1-14*3 


. SEPTIC 
BY bl»» 


XBR ELF.CTRIC ^UTJPlKt^.U 
1114 Fan KV3-34I4 


H MDNrMK.\TAL 


Realty Bereir*. 


29 SITl’ATIONS WANTKD oukRARiTED 
MALE KlI^iler'^OR 


rKH>r'tRAt. FALtY ft.lMf FVX. 
•> ng rummaar Mie Ct'F Hall. 731 
L utliu ' .Si Wed . .‘•iix IX lJu p m 


M« •NUMEN'iAL 


M’AKT I ta 4. Hn 

W«b Ud HU L>a«id ft. Eal- 1M7T 
xt-e-umerta oiarkera rurhine* 
u mao tdaimaa marfeu, granna and 
•>iow tar nfrpiacv* nuUiim* nm- 

nnrMjy — Mt NniAYEtl from rf.MIIMOItF. at 

VICTURIA MONUMENT Ll.MlTKO surkUy, Marii tvma'e Ijti>rai1<>r pup. 
I •MeirvioaU’dDiaUnei^* ly’irwler Mtas* rail EV S4*ll er 
.JOn DOUGLAS tr. EV*W4lcV4 4dir 

IrrXWART 4IONUMrNTALWOHMlKt>i;ND.rj^ M1CH10A.N .STREET. 


PROn:.S«IONAL 

Sr.RVIlTA 


CARF IW ' J ’K R AND CtHtST FTN- 
laher, bath a: pfe»*ni unem- 

ptoyed. aeakuif Gi undertake imall 
eamradt fae carourta. tarage* 
Free aaUmalca. aa abllcattoa. 
BV3-41M 

TTUt's KERV1CE TREES. fth.'Mra 
ramoew d . mppM*- pruning- Trea, 
laani apraybig. P>aeer pule* nippbed. 
Keumalea. Lorae Eleta. EV I44U 
EV I IM*. 


tJO.NTRACtUM 


DHILLON FUEL 

Day EVEI'U Nlfbl XV34MS 


RlXCTXOLbSm 


Former Construction 

lU-etr OepartMmtl EV 44»U 
Frurept aemoe 

Afro MASONRY 
NATURK RAl- 
ttOM._BV^«aA 

CnON cd RESIT 

awMa guamaiad. 


FIR SAWDUST 


HAIR REMOVED PRK44ANCNTLT. 
V I « I d r I a CWctrotrMa Ceitrrw 
EV MKIA n* Cam pbell Bwldliut 

XtriltiN O ikBVICEI 
CfUMATIL b H DEItaiUDUATE 


Cuaraateed year-rwnd eut^y- 

3 Units, Blower, $15 

3 UNfTS. BUU. tk 

For OGolity ond Service 


RC)tE REPAIR 
WOR.S or A-N1 
iNAI^^O^tTRl 

IeASAPI COftSTT 
homa. MoM rai 
EVWOA 

IwANTED. HOU^E FRAMING REA- 


SAWDUST 

—COARSE FIR- 

SAWDUST 
DOUBLE SCREENED 
FIR SAWDUST 

The Beat Cnara# Fir aawdutt la 
tPWB Dellyered la two ualt loU. 

By Bulk at Blower, 
rb* price la eaad l e r tbu-gaailtr 


Ltd. MdtruBMrrti etnoa 7M 1401 1 fmali blanr and tan 
May ftrewt EV 4-4443. , d'Ut. atao grey tahhy 

1 4 mreuha. EV3d077 

LOBT MOTTLH) "OHKY ' FH- 
mai* klltett. abart hair, rad r«l- 
lar. Jamce Bay araa EV 4-4144. 


neklneae-iyii* 
kiiieiv about 


FLORISTS 


Phone Sooke Fuel Co. 
EV 2-2211 or EV 3-8925 


day morning ai 10 n rlork. Meement 
la CaiholK Cemetery. 


EXBctrrrvB *i ttears of aok 
wlUi cotutdaraMe (taaneial and In-, 
duatrlal exparlence. daairea RQti- 
ttO B. Vl ftarla Freaa, _Boi 13M | 

HOMi”RKPArRK QUICK KERV- 
let an odd joba Outiera. feiwea. 
fUpa lathing. plaaUr and atucuo 
• flvon* KV 4-1114 


BROWN’S THE FLORIST 

FLOWERS rdfe EVERY OCCASION 
I «« VIEV !lTHrF.T 

' EV4g4lAEV4tfU 

Ntgl. EV i-35TI 

ISLAND FLORIST 

.» YATE-N *T, CREATORS 04 
IMIFINCTIVF fLiiKAI. AKKANGK- 
MKNTB VOH ALL DCCAAIOM 
*»hur EV 1-074 ' Eeea. EV 4-*7a 

THE FLOWER STUDIO 

Weddtnga - Btnba - -rdnerala 
1434 GtfVt _ Evinu-Ev:^ 

I u CKMKTKRIKS A.VD 
BrBIAl PARKS — 


OLOF H. UOWKNBC 
lerad phyaiotbarapiai. 
ta your bom*. rhF 
order*, tracturea. ete- 


»Mlje '"ralaa Work guarameed. 
E V4147 I 

HO! IE REPAIRA GUTTEKA CS- 
m*M arurk. Terma Evan EV AtaSO. 


CARTER -In Vlelfma, BC.. on N'.v. N"' tboughu at bln in pear* 
I. IIM. Mr Ti»>maa Edward -fondir femembtfed b? Violel 

Carter, aged W year* hum in tew 

BaJUmore Mtehtfan and a r**' OREFN - Tn IutIdb atnorr 
d*T« of Vh-iciria for ihe po*i n.n* , >„ ucher and H4b*rr»J 
yeara. late r*-a.dei-.e Brjm.'nt Arthu.- Oryen. who pa* 

Avr Incmerly «d Kail N|wmg «,■* Mne It I45J. 

Uia^id lor many »rar» He >•'•* _g>». rememaered by' 
hia wtF EdBlv ilauihiert PhyllH daughter Iren* aad her tarn 

Carter Elale Wnmley. F.dna J«>hn- . _ 

etnn and Elbe! Mnllei hw grand- kaWKKK - Id lovini memory 
ehiMrwn; dM M* 'tctihef. Alan crady, Hawke* who pai 

Carter away Nov |4, 1444 

Ihe^Sanda Koruu^ Limrted Me- 

tL onr. MoM 

ietiiefnew Cemetery. Uongrt BC. -Mather and tamiiv 

INDMX TO WANT AD HEADINGS 

Cteaaltiratlon ^ aaulfuatlen 

Na ' Na 

Acraaga for Kata Ftau and Aptk 

and Wanted IM Wanted IN 

Aanouneemeala 14 ; Fuel .. -- *4 

Autd Renoir* and Funeraia 4 

Kervtco 10) Funeral Dlrecidn 14 

Btriha i Furallure ... 47 

Baal* and Marina 44 Oaodea Kuapllea 14 

•uaneaa Feraonaii 44 Rallf Itora* and 

•ualneat Oopa 144 Oftleaa u> Rant 1)7 

Baatneta Kerelea* M Hoi*l* tit 

CardotThanka 4 Houtebeepiee 

Cara tar Kata 14* Bapm* tn Neat 143 

Oar* and TTvrka I Rouaetaeplng 
WanWd 1*1 I Rowaiu Wanlad in 

CotalAg Beau I* 1 Rouaet la Rent 
Cdwatry Home* Pumtahad 139 

aadpy^rttaa 111 Houiea Wanted 

Cottagee and I te B*ni . IJJ 

Campelut ..... Ill , Hauae* for Kata IM 

la Maamika 4 

LUUngi OaeceUd 14* 

LutiBik Wanted 144 

Lott aad Found M 

Marriaao* 4 

Idacellooeow U 
Rent 7M 

MiaeeBaneaua for 
Kata 44 

Mi'rellaneoua 
Wanted U 

Ifcnumeetal Wrfca 1) 

HorigMe Laaai )4l 


LO«T SMALL ORAOUATEl) 
pearl, ane-atraad ntrkiare. Real 
pearla Reward EV 4 StIT 


SPECIAL 1 CORO SALE 

Hand-pirtied 17' Derlaml Dxigta* 
Fir. Nevar Hi water Heaiii 
and aitb* Alxi hone-drr 1' and 3 
leoiiba Immediate dall'err 


FRIV A TK l yrtECmX K 

REKEARCH IWRVICE • D 
A Yaioa EV bUfl N BAin 


UMT- SAKY'B GOLD LOCKKr. 
keepaake Reward EV 3 414) 


pa'.chine 


ACME DECURATDRS I44AU. RR- 
roaa aumcn. plaatertng EV l-tfTTl 


CLERK CA-IHIER EXPERIKVCKO 
retail ae'iicti deevrea pan-um* 
rmpl'^vmeoi Beal ryererwea. Th. 


UIRT PART FKH-KIAN BRiTWNIE 
Mark ral. ) we^a agu. KV 4-M71 

FOl Nl> KfVEHAL KmVNS RE 
• eHlly. CPI. EV4 9*«. 10-L 


coaraa Ur tawduat 

Juae phooe EV 3-4UI, 


I St prr3M>:yaiji ; 

AlioiibUCf “anon Y MOUr~ 
Hae* ?M» • dimtung at»-W*in7 HI 
lyu> nave a tinrei* oeaire I” Mift; 
dniftlng. Bbune EV »«t)ft « »m*' 
Rok Na L Vlrt^gHi «C 

EkOUKK WIDOW. «i WOULD URK 
t.. mawt widi^wer a'«iul tame age 
f..r eompany. Vklorla Preta, B»a 


1 CORD $ 7.00 

2 CORDS .....,....$13 00 

HILLCRESTFUEL 


imAFPA CURTAINS. MADE TO 
meaaure Roaaonable ratea. 
EV 3 971*1 


IDEAL SAWDUST 
FUEL CO. 


21 MALt: HLLP 
WANTED 


,WHOLK.RAI.B RADIO AND TELE I sxPBtlEMciED FAWTHR RK tNVWBLR ME! 
.fx.aiMi i«^ riM ime^ tm a ym wark. Raaaonafcle Fhoaw ,,,^ aitertUona 

man tn M* late luwmiet or thiriteal ^ f .aggg . - 

witn anmiedge u( ladio and tele* f — — - , SPEEDY KTMI 

RnvnI Ook Burial Park *nd eapai^le ••< Im- EXPERIENCTrD IN *«»• )-#7)4 

rsOVOI VJOK Duriui .narilM that inh.rmaikio l^i Mhm. and all ap-oiid farage wi«b- ' b-turta — A - — 

MVNtCIPALLT OWNKO ^Muai M aggmaive, naat In appear- 'Prea*. Bn’k IMS DRAPF.RIKS M 

KpaetarotaU ler cremated remaina 01^ j „ , dRIRSMAKINO 

for naPlettUra ahoeta OR 4-341) hundwraHig.'mvtnf age. experlmrei bbl* OR4-l^. lion* Reaaona 


dry 100 % FIR 
PLANER ENDS 

>xl 5ak. etc. If lengthe. 
Hand ptrkad no nibbtah. 


IDEAL FUEL CO LTD. 
WOOD — WOOD 
Wood Free • Free Woct 
DRY CEDAR 

Ouaranteed ir Lent aad Clean. 
HAUlINO CHAROKB ONLY 

3 BIG CORDS 5 25 
2 CORDS 4 15 

I DATS UNLY 
BR9 Now WMta Ik LdiU. 

4K4 Daetd Kl 

EV)-4«S4 E***- EY1-44ld 


CORAKSFOHDBlh' CLUK I^N»LY 


i'^le get acdUBinied Victerta 


RELtNED. 


I C-<d 

1 1* CiTda 

took* Pu*4. B' 


Claaaifleattan 

Nn 

Feraonat* )4 

Froleaalonal 
Kereicca ... 17 
Feraenai Loam lao 

Fata M 

Property wantatl m 

Fropem tee Kale lb* 

Room end Board IM 

Room* to Beni I3| 

Roema Wanted 134 

■ll'l■ltl)at Wanlad 
Mata 

KiCMUnna Wanted 
Fa male 

Vaeaiieq Outde and — - 
•umcner R«M»ru 114 14 731, 

Kalaamtn and 
Aienu 

Todthere Wanted 47 ii.oS idicni i*^ 7««i i*iA 

Timber .. . 41 14174. l*m. It.W. )»)r. 74.3M. 

Truck* and Dm. 14.SM. liNn. 1**4«. 14.4M 

Trallera 141 14 MA. lM*A 14*K- Ib-Ol. 1*.«W. 

Wanted Male Hot* 41 U7)l I4.m 1*777. Wmx 9KMR 

Wanted Femtta 30.1M. 91 IM, 44.174. 30.110. 30.33. 

Kelp . M yint. 9I.MR atLOK. VMI. X.lOA 

Wanted la 9V71R. 3n.7nA M7U 3h7M. MTU. 

Borro* 141 30.474. 44.I0&. '«Ai nn k Ui, 

Wanted ta Buy. — -- — — ix J7. ■ .t:. — 

Rauioa - IM HI-FI MUMC KERYirt W^ 

Wanted to Rent. dinta toeewU^ *££"*** •••• 

Hlareiianeoua l» Aftor * EV 4-4744 


FVSINF8S 

PERSONALS 


DRY FIR RAHK. 4 CiiRDS *1.‘ 
dry erdar, 9 rorda fiW dry Lr 
kindlm-: J rxirta »I4. S-* i I ir mill- 
wmt. 7H rorda Ol; 

,a ••.flit ii“ Awdf* r.v)-4i)i 

W’NE DRY HR PLAN^ENIW 
and baadt I r-wi 7 a-i^a *’’«*' Van 
d nraeloua itla Moulding. GRFiini 

' •iWbn* nyowlare t rord k14. 4 eortta 1*0 


I ODE PENNY KALE 'fi-NNING OPPORTUHrTT FOR ACTIVE, 
numiiera -U 4D. 13 4M- U447. U.bM retired man ta taro good Ineema 
U 73t DID. lilC. U.1M. 14 A cararlng Vaacduver laland urri* 

113*4 1*377. 1)7W, urn. lAMi. ' l-.-., ■.Mil* i« 

II MH. U473. 11)41. l)»l. DiW. 

DMA ISM. U.4C*. JM0. 1> W' 

!• I3MR U«4. 1)444. II 'tl ^ 

)*•«, U44L lAIM, 14 IW, 14 IW. 

M 14 US. 14)«. 14 4T1. I4.M2. ! v-.k-.—- v. v— — . 

UktL li*M M-M) MK. Hw,g34 Vaneduver Woek. 744 Oras> 

1A744. )*.T77. lJ-7^ Ji'IIi’ *Blf SI.. Ya»co«aer, B.C. 

lATII. 1A7*7 MA*. IMlff. 1)1*4. — ,- 

34 IS a*. t)34L lim ixm iron, BNERJETIC hoy. ace IAU for j pruning . 

*4 1TA41 IT.W. irm. iT.m ^ rubbis 


tor* CcKieanUating ipoiuy in L“vTa* ^ 

Vielarla area, calling on eo«n»| . — 

.. . mertial and loduitrlal aceeuaU. ' HINGO SERVirR PICKUP AND DE- 

|)*4) |??52''T7ila la aa eoeliulee line AH tn>‘||ver1ea E. NieMta. EV4-IM4. 

koirtaa addrataed In Am«flfbn . *»• 

J*-*) Mat Cerparatlaa of Canada, Uld, UEE PART- 


^ Yataa ■Oft. 

MtB~TbU HBCBlVlNa UONlitLY 
paynanta <m tha nnlaneo tfw iwg to 

K train tlM tale u< yiwr prowrk^ 

« la ilw •baaee to gal 

,“*—.’£,rs,SSf!5i 

MonnKW. Sfodm* U4p) 

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TJdTo.m.- SpectHl Rcmcmbi'anee Doy telecast from 
the Nsiionsl War Memorial In Ottawa— 2. 

M-30~Speclal nim» of Canaria’s fighting men im 
World War I— 2. 

100 pm— First of 
three Canadian pro 
foo l ba ll playoffs -2 and 

.Siigarfoot 
Will Hutchins plays 
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‘rhampi'inship Rodeo 
repeat from Sunday— 

2 . 6 . 

9.30- Folio returns 
with two one-act plays 
-2 and 6. 

Tuesday’s 
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Westerns — Chan- 
nel 13 at 4.1S; channel 
12 at S.ia 

9.30 — Julia Misbe- 
haves 11946 comedy). 

Pcior Lawford -5 

1130— An Old Acquaintance (1943 drama), Bett* 
DavliK 12 

1.30- 1 Was Framed (1942 drama). Julie Bishop— 
11; Frontier Wolf (Italian mysieiy). Maria Frau- 13. 

4 3 00 The Ohosi and Mrs Muir (1947 comedy), 
R<'X Harrison. Ucne Tierney 12. 

3.15 The Walla Came Tumbling Down (1948 
mystery), Lee Bowman 11- 

400--Twlnkle In God's Eye (1953 drama). Hugh 
O'Brian— 4. 

4.30— A Medal For Benny (1945 drama). Dorothy 
Lammir--7. 

7.00- - Follow That Woman il945 drama), Nancy 
Kelly 13. 

8.30 No Way Back (1952 English crime), Jack 
Ralne -13. 

10.05- Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943 comedy), 
Eddie Cantor- n. 

10.30 - Virginia (19-11 romance). Fred MaoMurray 
—7: Lei* Make Music M940 musical). Boh Crosby- 13. 

10-15- House of Horrois *1946 shocker). Robert 
Lowery 12 

11 00 -Undercurrent (1916 drama). Robert Taylor 
^—5. 

11.25 — To The Shores of Tripoli (1912 drama), 
Maureen O’Hara- 6. 

1.00 a.m.— Cat People (1942 horror), Kent Smith 
—13. 

Wednesday’s Highlights 

7.00 p-m.- Boxing from Chicago with Frankie Ryff 
of New York meeting Edrilo Perkins of (Thicago, light- 
weights- 5 

7 30— Shirley Temple storybook dramatizes **AI1 
Baba and the 40 Thieves.” replacing Wagon Train— 4- 

9 on Millon Rerle and Jimmy Durante get to- 
gether on the Krafl Music Hall - 4. 

10.10 - Closeup interviews cartoonists Bill Mauldin 
and Bruce Bairnsfalher— 2. 

W ednesday’s Mm ies 

Westem.s- Channel 13 at 4.15; channel 12 at 5.10. 

930 am.— The Bride Wore Red (1937 comedy), 
Robert Young -5. 

100 pm -Canyon Crossroads (1955 melodramaL 
Richard Ba.sehart 2; Wife. Doctor. Nurse (1937 
comedy), Warner Baxter- 6 

130- Murder in the Clouds (1931 spy drama), 
Ann Dvorak- 11; Lets Make Mu.sic (1940 musical), 
Bob Cntsby— 13. 

300-Moss Ronp (1947 dramaV Victor Mature— IX 

3.15- Happiness Ahead <19.14 musical comedy), 
Dick Powell— 11. 

4.00— Down Three Dark Streets (1954 mystery). 
Broderick Crawford— 4- 

* 430-Lova Thy Neighbor (1940 comedy), Jack 
Benny. Fred Allen. Mary Martin— 7. 

630- Ministry of Fear (1944 spy drama), Ray 
MlUand-7 

7.00— What a Blonde (1945 comedy), Leon Errol 

—13 

8.00- Brother Rat (1938 comedy), Wayne Morris 
— 11 . 

8.30— Not So Dusty (1956 English comedy), Joy 
Nichols- -13. 

in.OO— Robbers' Roo8t (19.55 western). Riehard 
Boone- 6. 

10.05— Christmas in Connecticut (1945 comedy), 
Barbara Stanwyck— 11. 

10.30 — I Love a Soldier (1944 comedy), Paulette 
OxJdard— 7. 

1045— To TTie Shores of Tripoli (1942 drama), 
Maureen O'Hara— 12 

Madame Blanche (1933 


11.00- TTie .Secret of 
drama) Irene Dunne - 5. 

11.15 -Brigham Young (1940 biography). T\Ton« 
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$1695 

A A HU 3 CK , Buprr' Sedap 
radio, neairr - ma loralj. 

$395 

FREE WINTER 
TIRES ON THE 
ABOVE CARS 
IF DESIRED 


$100 DOWN 
$59 PER MTH 

GERMANY'S 
LEADING 
LIGHT CAR 

TRADES 




PAYMENT 
On Approved 
Credit 

47 Mercury Sedon 

Verr CUai Car 
FULL PRICK 111$ 

• $18 Per Mth 

47 Chrysler Club Coup# 

Fluid Dil«* Radij 
FULL PRICE tJ 7 b 

$21 Per Mth 

49 Monorch Sedon 

Radio Healar 
FVU. PRICE lit* 

$27 Per Mth 

50 Ford Club Coupe 

• Cyl. o»ariJ/l»t. Radld 

FULL PRICE l$9$ 

$32 Per Mth 

5 1 Meteor Sedan 

b$ Olda Mnco.. 'A-T Traaa 
I FULL FRICK »$d> 

$32 Per Mth 

52 Pontiac Sedan 

:‘auiu Nra.er. 

FULL PRICK bTH 

$43 Per Mth 

53 Ford Sedon 

Rad'.>i lletier 
I FUIL PRICK lft$ 

$56 Per Mth 

I Tax, Licence ond 
Transfer Included 

55 Ford Customline 

Healer, Uin t-l- Cl 
pall teat cavrr* -plUTJ 

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55 Buick Hordtop 

Cuatem radio, luinna Bne<;- 

. $1995 

, ENSIGN 

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j Lloydwogen Borgward 

BALM BSRVICK PARTK 

2017 QUADRA ST. 

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Dodge-De Soto better used cars 

J Trv V 03 .VO Demnnttia'Of Oalp 

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r>\< a 'vin'b iraatnuaaloa. radio, 

cV 4*/ It/ Iieater aowar aleerine A 

$2595 

cz MONARCH ' RlelirUPu’* Coa* 
-eriibit fully po«ernd, 
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SPEEDWAY $2995 

MOTORS 56 r; 

fudged I 3 MM. $2095 

c J >'X»nD Sedate ^ i i rtc 


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CLOTHM UNF» AR* | ^lonD ^ 4-MU 

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Sr... .. $1095 


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HOLLAND SROS & CO pfo*'* kv >-w«« oriiml 

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139 3 * 

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' natt Hdiinar arecrdian lor enad i®* Vaiea Street 
. uted piaoa PiMne KV 3 -t 3 tS phpi’I.ar MAXI 


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KILSHAW"S 
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1115 Forf St EV 4 644I 


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waablne marhme, tn yaad wark- 
Inf aider OR • 4)13 


NBW AND USED DOCK CLUMRS 
far tale reeandlllwnrd and am- 
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81 rV 4 -tT 3 l 

$1495 

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$*695 

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LINO RUU. laial . IT. WRIT- 
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ti MISCRIJ-AN ROUS 
WANTfcU 

48 HILLMAN ... $99 

$1895 

WT H'lY A.ND MCLL CAMBKAK 
mutieai intlrumenti. rudoM furni- . 

luir majur aftdianre* ne ihrcl 

ui a rail. lUanil Traduif, 1419 Dm-; 
rmm«m BVA 5394 1 

i56i"S?.1.r’^«»'i $1695 
'562'/“°“™ $1495 

WB WANT TO BOV BAND AHD 
p«*er toalt and marhinrt Trade, 
bur and tell 014 Oaternnwni 
KV 1 S 77 I 

54 $1595 

VILTUKIA TRAiMNU. LTD. IT« 
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56 $2100 

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53 1 $ 11 95 

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5iT7j.r". $395 

HiURAXl CASH PRICKS PAID 
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;5oj?r.,_ $495 

WANTCD-UBBD rUK.NlTUKB. 
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56 71“’!''“* $1595 

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BUICK sedan, auiataatte, 
radtd heater. COO^ 

ptceilesi randltisB 


Panel 


$995 

$345 


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KVbfllJ KU BaimwAi (•litirw KV 3 -F 


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helmer ar Matas di Ritcb Fttna. ' bv »3134 
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EMPRESS 

MOTORS 

"GOODWILL 

CARS" 

FORT AT QUADRA 
Phone EV 2-71 21 


OLSON 

1WAY MOTORS 

.yvv/^l JOHNSON STRErr 

roRS BARGAIN LOT 

One Only 

1958 Vonguord 4 -Door 

wagen sedon 

• i>r A I rn Nra and equipaed alth heatar, 
L/r^UCr^ tufa tiinalf backup Uthtt 


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Open Evenings Till 9 
951 Yates EV 5-24 15 


$2297 


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AH tnab suarurueaa <Na aUu oaan TV RBNTALS 

oar gelt call AmrwMadua Home luiNT OR HUY A DBBO TV BBT 

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£ 2 S RENT OR^HUV*A^ 0 nD TV BBT J?^*»' 5 S'i:n"ln ra^*lHt^ ^ WOUlIBN KXTKHflOH UktL * RC^tiwtrW BN V«eC ^V 43111 • l>e^ foiM gf cMldren 130 . 

RENT OR BUY A DOD^ SST ^ HUchman, 304 S cad-»“*’™^ LTO Say ytiellenl roridSlon. Cl laJB l,-b-h-w STYLIRM RROWH 

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OFFERS PLEASE! 

FOR OUR 

1957—1958 CARS 


DOWN PAYMENT 
$397 

On Aparwead Credit 

OLSON MOTORS 

Jahaaao and Cask CV 4 -II 4 B 


COAL arrORSR 

Iran Fireman wtih MMiirata Silo 


CuW'un aaniM iwmawims *w nrt |lb cn-eHnly Virturis IMfb *V 4 - 

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laiM rrudin* I 4 U 'i-wanunem m Mri.e-manre I*ra 

'liiaat CV« 38 b 4 <iai>« MaiTJtu Oa. 1111 Ouuclaj WOOD AND COAL BtOVB 

- - b EVB 47 U. per call laad rondlUan. bll. rn 

BNTIRX ROUBf FURHIBMIHOB. . {^•.o 7 l 

Inrludinf frt| TV. elsatrtc iW»/, Uus 4 A»eed Barviea and Regira — -z^rz , — 

kedrarm luIu crib ate Asply lu aU makai ol nsu and TV ; WOOD AND C^L FUI^CB 

.yUBtanuyAe. _ BaU aftn ulM »* 

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< TTIUNDBnBOlO MS) Douklaa 


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MAHlHk CHARTS AND TIUK ' 

ubua. UlaM BUM Pnnt R btai. 

1 * • 1 IAR AAtRiMKMivI 

KHITfr.v’o' MACIUHK NEW, 
Uark euai. KV 3 -llM ; 

Bcn orr^i oinoroh baby 
kiMfy opas tha*i KV I- 3 BI 1 

lW‘Ki ni^fwiiarv 

Im-PT DAT CRUtBRR. AtRO UN- 
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EV ^aaM ^ 1 

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3 I«« Tranall KV 34111 

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Uta 3 . inaw tuU. *U BV A- 3 M 3 . 

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HAJinAiVfS AOATS 

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lay hr BV 1 nil 

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iWuuim bHULHKB R BMUU'MBNT.I 
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task and aiaad, |M. KV 3 -BM 

1 back “ Mi'iniuT ruR coat. 
BiM M. Bvsdnr. 


:BR CANARIF 4 AND TALKING 
n huibrlea VMa Vsnatr. ItU 


..iw'iaat rnrwvunirr I 4 A LKAVINO TOWN MUST 8 BI.U 
C^.'* 5 i.***~**^ CKKVROLKT 14 * b-tao# 4 -Sonr bdauar aednn. 
EVS-mi rtdla and heater, la aaad ean- 

-«M rvirvia vww* igfw mu SON- dlltan Will take irada ar amall 

fltVi ailJK A^ ILU^ICT^ri- mS HM~v6uuiWAOB»~ OB LOn. 
WLRMlIDIC AT lUKHIKT oandMian far tmmcdlaia aala 

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AITO FTNANT7NQ 
and INSimANCS 


Victorio's 
Dependable ond 
Most-Respcc red 
Car Dealer 

OLSON 
Blows the 
Price Lid 


MORRISON PLIMLEY'S 
vvvv CAR CENTRE 

VALUES 

uc uc uc uc 

USED CARS 


"Growing With B C. 
Since 1893" 


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CHRYALKK H«:<(op im- 
MMeiMtu iMtirt Pb>h 
»i*ltoo <ri«f •imtiif 

trakM riaMoin tad<u a.r 
M^dlliancr Want '«’i« 
wiUt • *1 I • 

$3299 


OU14 It 

tui »..t 


49 $345 

cnciitsRourr 

M CHWKOLer ccoc 

S* lan 

cn HUDSON lunan 

Rant* ana -POTJ 


H§tHU§ 

• nd 


55 

55 

54 

54 

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OillfM* 

•B« ovnar 
UUDUt MWl&U 
4-OiNir ftadan 

ciii\Rotrr T'l 

dor FanUii AidMi 
PuNTlAO 4-Door 
AvtoiiioUr. r«OiR 
tiMtlna 
UOUOt 4-l)Mc rtedan T>i 
Ion* (ui'om C I 90S 
fiwh air b»o»rr ^ ^ 'O 

nitVROLIT B«l A^r 4 


•tda'i La« 

$1595 
$1685 
$1495; 

A^an. ' 

$1565 


NATIONAL 

MOTORS 

USED CARS 
AT 

1959 PRICES 


C7 rONO 4 0aor. 
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CAR VALUES 

5 1 C1UV TM04 Btdfta CSOS 
' U aita coodiuiia -JU7J 
cn -rr*’fsr4nrf» »• i i tt - • r - 
Tudar Yati'U Ilka 
iU conditioQ 

JQ AUertN A 40 BaJii. A 

$165 


ata 

■ a»tr 


btaltr. 


$1750 

THKV S Door. »i«iiaU. • <*il 

. .$1700 


AQ POKTIAO Badan. rar* 

.$295 

SOcT'^'-'K,''’- $585 

• 4 Whe»l Dfii*_JU*iI. Ai, 
ahap* oiih fuTI 

MASTERS MOTORS 

III Vta« fliraat Phroa tV 1 1141 


Automobile Finonctnq 
Auto Loons 

MurMMf HMiaKmtni plan t * < | 
itl aaiuarhibuia Nuuapho<il ai^.i 
anc«* lomilur* and «wTiinar''ial 
aaotomant. 

Uunay aa •'ing raiaa us dir act 
»wna i.ifa knauraru'* up tu |l w 
ai ra. aatra oiav Uanaruua la:tna 
WUK'li dn-launa 

istond Finances- Limited 

UU (in«j ftrrai Phuna EV HWII 


m ROOMS TO RKVT , 

WAMM COMfOBTABLE BLEEP 
1nd r«Ofli lUk Bmprm EV 4 33M. 

SI himm nv "day ok 

EV 4 V7» aAar f p^m. 


US FIATS ANT) APART 
MKM’S TO RKNT— 
M'KMSilLI) 


Oailtf (Eolmilat 27 

Twdaday, NoagmSdr 11, 19S6 


Itl K4K»t.H 1^4Nm> 

nEHiUAMAK AUTriM 

n<»ilaUun far rataiakina ranairi 
rafaranami VwiaMa ^au 
B^a m 

125 H(M KKKFLl'INO 
ROO>|S TO IlKNT 
\TBY vtr s {; I iM wrr ii ) aim ;i.k 

bada, bn idair. aril unr-i au'M- ImI 
and iaii/«lri»»l raatt p'nrataT --twr 
-raxiia S41' Miii-riall 2i:r-Hi 


TWO BOOM ruRNHHEU EUrTB. ,,, ^ .. , 

I taaaiad m»na UH • nil 129 f-lATS AND APAB^ 

MKNTS TO KKNT— 

l-NFtKNtKHSiD 


I BOOUd 


aiNR UAB BTUVB 


1 IT : i» i 

EV r.r 


: kcx>m pmivate betm. heat. 

tM4 aairr JubUar EV J-MU 

faiAZAUrE ttAY I^KGK 4AMILY 
auiia wpit t*u bnirt'tma. KVXItT 

WIIC.HT WAK.M BTItR 1 I T 
14 T >.iaia rift s> EVM aau 

129 HATS AVD APAKT- 
ilDL\ tS 'ro RENT— i 
I'NFLKMSIlhD < 


i.an'i 
4 jia 


cn ETUUBBaKIR cogpr Dour Sa.Ian Radio ff 1 AO*l C7 OOUOi • crl « 1 'TnA 

•'id $745 ewiom hrai. r ^ I J j/ Ty<hir. . $1700 




il Plamautb lurburban. 

A-I 

>l Enrd Canvartitilr R H 


ATTENTION 
CAR BUYERS ' 

Our l,o«-Coat nnanrini and In 
autaaira Plan aili Mip tuu naaa 
a baKar daal BBPOAK 1«U bu| 
talk la ua 


II kOS 


401 uitniiaAs 

Dhtura''^aa at ii.nA '‘-h i i HR 
ro->m >rt|r aaioi <i. Itraladi 
11V Ol'kra d • 1 Pori Pli 

EV) nil or Kv 1-014 

BIKOl-B Rimu l'Nri'H*<|9lirD 
alaa ant furahhad 9'r<m nral. 
ca* rantr ua<aod Apaimaiiia 

»$lk u-nia.M 


A W T*YLC»i- '‘'ITTAL RutTABui PoR woRKjyo pm 


wATERrmrrr Rt■rTt^A 

l.u i.' '•« ai;r ii.iiT tirtl- 

r>am> MutiH ou«k a<ra.tai>ir I.HInd 
r - ...a <B-|. 1;r*T7 ;• 
ai>l (Uitaia .aidaia liw 

maa^it.irn •!.«. »wn a- ■. jivii- 
tUkMl hi-ai •.iMiitj i-aputii'ii an- 

I'l • Ml-! U.' 1 ••11. ^>r ‘m^ P 

W ol irw (ina faai.iiTa a«ailatiti in 
Vi.tM ri*-*via Vai.Mia t tuM-al ad 
>iiaw 


SELECT APARTMENT 

OPPOAITB OOVVUtMKNT 
HOUBE 

CTMua laeaUnti alkonlr varap’. 
auparb lutt floor auila aidi 
carom pr'tilacoa Luaunvua ao« 
uoinimr'io alartronkall* ton* 
IreUad UW baa4iB| Bp««lal TV 
rannprtiiM laiaphofit |acki Puitr 
braadu-unrd hall. Urlni ronia 
»ith alartrir lirrplaia. badruoai, 
lilrd 4 pot bAUUMA «Ub buiU* 
In vanilr oinaita vlih klUbco. 
da Idia rCb|a trl| Yvwnaitnwa 
rnmbmatlon .ink rablnai uichan. 
• arpr.r. Maanfam lockar and 
a'nnantlla laundry itciili.ri. 
Piaat- cai; Ur Houtlon. P. R. 
BRUW.H * BOMB LTD . pAoM 
EV $04» Raa EVt-tm 


condl onr. a 

$3199 


lIUL'Mi’H Sadan Ttii* (ul. 


apuiiaaa 

URH 


Hraiar 

^2 Badan. 


J J 


haa'tr 


4-dnor modal :B*luda« tiaa-rr 
' rrn lunai* 4i> am** P*r aai 
t»i. Brand naa CI7I 1 C9 OE «OTO Badan 
BpaciaJ, only ® I / I I JZ •rao4Pn»»io«. 


CfiO^ 4-Docr pa. tf 1 9QC: 

^OTJ JO cii, cuiiom hraiarrl^TJ 

C7 ETANOARD Badan. CQOQ C7 ETtJOkBAKER Cbamplan 

baaiar IpoYO UO $1095 


toalar autvmatU. « 1 7Q0 io ^tia* Badan 
A-l Only -PI/UU j» rord Badan 


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58; 


only 

VANatfARU Badan 
ooirnfar car 
e«'kip lith’a a 
• a' h*' r jrn •icn* 
line oiand nan 
Tamtia buy 


4 Dmk 
baaiar 

I n d 0 a 

apart 

$2297 


51 


baaiar 

m.'iCK Haoao 
DvnaDoa hra’ar 
Ci NAAH «af*an 
Rad a and liaatar 
C9 PACKARD Oonvariib * 
Radio and 
haai'r 


Cd UMCOLH 4 Door Banan. luU TER RY'S AUTO SERVICE 

p-jbtf $2000 **’ _? 

PLYMOimt Club Cbupa. 


101 


OLDi 

$1095 


rtl automatic 

naottr 

Only 


a 1 V 0 a 1 a , 

$1400 


Olson s Used Cors ore 
sold on the quolity pur- 52 h«,Sr 
chase plan ond 
o ooe-yeor 
in writing 


carry c*i ri 
guorontce 3*oo*r 


rHrvRoi.rr 
baaiar 
I'lilVROttT BMan 


Radio 

haa-ar 


•nd 


56 


DO DUB 
rt»na: in 

carad 

for 




o<A Wafiin ana 
ban naan oai'i 

$1999 


cn Bi’jrK 

hOMi.r 


BTUOkSAKER 

t-Onor 

Ai’omaiir Badan 

COOC ^9 RABH B'aiaamaB- Badan, 

)Oyj ra hninc arata 

EOnC Waa'Itara.a ^ UTJ 

$895 OLDB M' 4-000' Badan 

$1495 QC RuVnAC I Door Bar; .,- 
Uoronriaa 

^999 R baatat $1550 

$995 meteor 4-Ooor Pam 

$1045 

cn BTUDCRAKKR C'oiPn.ai'dar 

$1095 $895 c:c UrnCORT. J-Ovor Hardtop, 

rn- r-*a» haa-ar C 1 CAfi 

C 7 PLYMOUTH 4 Door I i. Tap» Ool> ^ I JuU 

Titn;.a atOffi «Q7t: 

*♦-' bai f' - -1 Hani't ^Of J ey MONARCH 4-Ooor Badan 

Door IW JQ45 

trantmifx «. lu'nna $2295 


TRi rKS AMI 
TRAll.KRS 


107 CARS and TKl'CKS 
VVANTKD 


SMALL CARS 

Purrrwiaad lor Caab ur 
•OLD UR CUM11UR.MI.NT 

5% 


C*5 PONTIAC 
•"'’J 4 Door 


$1345 


Ba BUICR 4-Ditor Hardtop, full 

4C ponet radio, baaiar f;ip- 


f-j I LQ TRAILER moiukuahi, 144 Pun 

SALES LTD. 


!»• 

marir 

A-l 


$2700 


JT-yin- nma brun* mdir-ad 

(rrtm Ctdln M TVi ai riaan daa< 
A «*a*l hull* tia*W' fUjitnad 'u«- 
un>aiti\ ilm-nrata<i and Uvafui.y- 

*i*ia iwtv 


WtU. THApE EhTIHE PVD 
MklThti ' fr-iRi T badroom btiioa 
•pproa talu* tIM. (or rar it( 

Ilk' 

Ata 


lkl2 Rirnar.iaon. 

JUHUXB A/IEA NEWLY DECOR, 
airu •utuma4K- uP baa<i:>a Biiii 
al larir Udr A!1 O'HLir. -<>. In liU« 
pl»>na (nr 1)7 M mo kV4-i'.-i1 

in.R\N iimcirr p.rv'-i*. \rvt- 
I la<* p«-aa« Ua Kai'-ul- 
I *ni H»l PilCMltlr : .'•a It).- rtlf.1 P' 
iLVtJl-l 

MCE WARM ROOM Vi»>I 
• i-> cao.*a It c na'.rr. «bu»ar 
IIJ m>’'- Cnra o( (hitii t( «#•« 
8u* N. a nrar i><r<r EV4lr-« 

fttfR-kiiNCn, VRKY- CLPAN. Itr.A 

b>tuii>i« -.Bikmh' rlu.Miva. aingla 


rklua Apply im 8-.*n.a, Mirwmn 


REOENCV APAlirUCRTB — Yr»u 
bar* a liruitrii rhuii-a ol briabt, ' 
at) kpai luu^ -«uitr* in a briwi*l 
nan aM'-mam hlort (Iruund 
floor >t iir* nu« raad) far i 
I'.uiitr:,' I... Otic nr two- 

bnjianm au'i** at lyp and tlOB 
pat mo Ariulii ooi*. Onr-taar 
laaor 

Contact Rynlal tWiii 
R&R A Eri'Pi(»:NflrrV DIUtTEO 
BV y-)4«i 

uiwr.n u'Ti.Kx' \,t *rvi*«, 

M i-r.>n>«. pA'* t ubl 'ic aiiMat 
I .I..I ■! .4;j lv uixlA.r-l 

IW>. 


PUUNb 

8EPUHE BACKIPIUINU 
UAVNARDB AI>C7luNEEH« 
Ci4b or Cunalinmaoi 
EV 4 00>r 


Cl.-riRAL PARK AKEA 
lound Raatonailr 21)1 

81 raat 


A LI. 

Wart 


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ni 


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Mrit (t,r 

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DE LUXE SUITES 

KIPLINO COURT. U Iba baar« 
bt Oak Bar Uoaa Ui Old Cbarm 
iiiB Inn and Baueb Ortro. Na* 
•parimania now avaiUbla t or 
S kadfoami E-ar rant# and frit. 
Autumtlw laundri. Balaunlaa. AU 
apauoua aultat 

BVPPOLK HOUSE. 3 bMraua 
luiw. alar rant* and frif TV 
•anal Au'.omaiir laundaa. -B 
• uii'i Mill a*alUbla |l)0 
PACtPir 8RORES. caar Oak Ray 
H-Eb Bcbooi. S.bbdiooB aulia. 
Nua and btttbf tiaa ranta and 
frij tJlo 

O.’uon Broa A(aut»«a (•id, 
1J)« Blanihard Bi . EV S-I7)l 

rivE LAKCK nooui.“n>sTAmr 

life iHwar H ad Kaal Ido motPb. 


$1 


$1095 51 


trantmifx «. lu'rino 


1' ni|» A' T'4- 
Iran arW wall 
riarit 


PONTIAC r»o D"ir a« •, 
ondiUrn $1299' 


54 

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ir.roaiboui 

53 J 


COSBUL Badan 
ad II] 

paatar 


$797 


cn OOOaiE B-it>urba 1 aa'ra 

$1297 


. HI HI HI HI 

HI TRADES 

LO LO LO LO 

LO PRICES 


4ft 

HO |.pa*« 


CO«:Pa 


$425 53 podo«^c-«m $600 


51 

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Otsv ) Diwr *a;i 
aou.opad iia i.ir 

PLYMOVTK S.,.arbtP 
luia modal taa tana 
baa'a- 
V«r» tn-'d 


$697 


CiL CHLVHOI rr Badan 

■JO Haoia ankt 


C7 CONSUL Badan 
Jr hratrr 


$997 S4 monarch 

j^ • .:i« in 


$1495 56 
$1495 3^ 


TRANSPORTATION 
H PnRD ki*$ 

4fe METEOR 44)^ 

S<l PONTIAC 

4t PONTIAC- »»9 

44 Ot.Db 3 OR mi 


4tr«TtN A 1) ranbnan 4 
Oorr Badan K dr; » • •> 

$1495 

Dal > « 

$1495 


cn BUtCK 

haatar 


4 - D a I 


raiin. 

$995 


57 


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$550 


■ K KSW AOEN 

■ I'h 


OLSON MOTORS LTD 
Used Cor Supermarket 

Wide Open 9 30 p m 
1036 Votes EV 4-1 147 


TOP BUYS 
From the Top 
of Automobile 
Row 


.Ardan 

iranimiaaiuo, 

$1495 


Auir* 

radio 


AU.THN AM 
4 rVii.' aadaa. 
tiinala 


W»*uri;p- 
ha w 


55 

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ec y-ORi.- A'r.ip 
JJ Radio arid badiar 
TEOK J-Dca> 
inrt Marar 
CZ PORD pa.l4n 
J^ Radm and b'a.at 
P i'l R D ?■» ran 

ramti and iiaaiar 


$1495 

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mi d-aiari Pn«>-a r«nfa fr..tB 

$7 00 to $10 00 


- r • *••• EV 3-k3tl 

Resthome Sans Souci - ,„„nh«T — 

lLmH> lari* lurnlabH >-rnw*i ituua 
Imlhi Mil's- H'd ***lrr Ori-O-Malir 

;btt'. Mii^'iird Nrsat- >lty^<r*iM 

u.-AV-rvTi a... V.i uTiT fevtsiabia i«iw k-** E'ca XVjkSlil. 

WANiRU, toLNO OrPiCK MA'*, jk i',, all at^i KV 'ISl* 

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tpria Lfe«n Tyt.i.i* and badm'a- | firaplate. Near C*l«a«d Oatf LELAND fePARTua^im “Vii " ' 

t.h CTU6 ■VtllD^ll pm .M aboppLB, 

AHEHDEPN HOm PRIVATE ORI-lMl ,•W•IrM>d. Bhl«r. fu rbnfr. Hearn, CV2J4•^ 

ar-tand floor full- A* ailabla AVAILABLE NOV 1» - ORiil’ND- 1 . ' ai; — 


QUADRA TOUfIB DISTRICT 
4 momt. larpa kitchan. dininf 
•para, «aa ti«a«. panirr. lifing 
ruuna. 7 »*Jrma and »*Ui Sopnr- 
• ta «ara(r oil-O Malic haaL 
Vacant kIW m«. Phma CV 4 DM. 
Pintncial Buryay LHnttM 


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t<.ibr<ai*ii 


XV 1 )ikS 

PRIVATE eNTKANCK' 
nupnct hi— -(rir rarwa 


• ma |.Ang term if ttniryd. X tup. 
*rb'P. Rl-bRw XV 4-lP;7. 

BPACIOUB^ SKA Vikw “lUHOA^ 
l««. 1 badrpana .bb dca. .u mad- 
arn euaitbiencaa. « lac Ufa ranc 
doMrad ATUlnbln 
Full inli*yTuitif« 
Mpwwi Clark B Ca 


11* 

mii^ra 

IIX VAUXHALL 
JJ top 

cnntlUlftn 

C-N HtUAlAN Badan. 

JJ lata Rom-ial 
nnir 

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tranaparia’lnn 
Call Kan Altar or Lan S<bi‘3i 


TRADM 

$1395 Talmar eooildcra 1' a Imwrrtant >fe -Vn’UEDAKEK tommnihlw. A/T 
^ ^ ^10 kaap an puutapdlna nanif far 4lv,r>r »i -a»l 

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in tha Indoairy (Inarantaa” lar • -no f^r•t■.mlr>‘d «-<4m 11 mi 

sour foluia mal.rin. kl fNjNTIAC CflBvtfl. H. R— ' 

WW ru-w *nn rm5 

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14 AdrllP. il mtlMan k3 .Auali'i C«MmNAII<'H Vdan 14*i 

kl Thamrt .'S Vana4atd. kl Murrta t) r*ffEV Mnor marliMiirfelly 


1 oanar, 

$1495 

N a d • n 

$1595 

Imma.' i 

$695 


amtn >m' 

$395 


13 Ciintdl kl Vauaball 4» Au«IUi i.ahl . . IXB 

M Agaiin 11 Hillmnn. M Soptiyr 

kl Triumph 16 Vanauard. M Conaul ' TRUCKS 

M Eapiiyr IP VauabalL kfeOkfurd'e. ii*itr-ttw w imi na5 

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ii Haata« 4* VancuarS. M Morn* .« u ran* 

17 Au*tm. 54 Hillman, 4» AuUin ^ ^ 

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ESQUIMALT SERVICE 

Car AimiralA - BxiuimAii Rd 
Pbpna EVl illl 

C A FORD Crriuina Nadan. kut*- 1 
J^ niatic, po«ar a*uipprd. bta«- 

*■“' $1445' 


D & D TIRE LTD. 

Bark ai «■• Bar on Arana Wn? 

Vuur Cnr'a Hrpti |a thp 

' "BATTERY" 

Fir a atr-f.*. aura Hort Kny lim. 
cn an ACMK • 

6'^RXriUNOt ... $1 1.50 

VrH.T 


I baertnoar l I at prtraan-m (tw,r •rll-c*ini*Jnnl auite PHvmia I LARGE smif IN wirr «iib 

; .u.iPH 2 rcunta and baih Pbn mran.. ■ *..m iaRir*«un ib-t rfamri-n.r wiin .n faruu^^^ Ab< 

. ptard TN-. l*«Aar etc. Phan, rhea ir-vau balh. EV > Mli MS KVJltX. Ihw 

I X\' 4-1)43 ....... 


»7 RITHET ST. JAMXS BAY. 
a larta iv<mi. plua utiliiy, rrri pr^ 


Ihinfc .SI 


LARGE WARM PltOWT ROOM. 

iliral (;*or Ebaliah ruahuic Orar- 
iMfclnc lake Bapran Hill Park 
Eat* •altipp t4 CUT Oiibart 
Hauer »4 Dou«)Aa EV 

' VAfAKcv”' txrru^NT POt>b. I 
hintbaa parkPd. aa« turoUurr. i 
TV a:c par*in. and laundry > 
farliltia* rioaa in Hanaonnbla 
ratal EV I tJ44 


BUITE, 8RLP-00(f-l 
PURHIBRSD la nad Warkin. eaunla 
EV i-ini 


TWO MOOMN 
r*Miia and kiuhanatta *al-r. 

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block Iram but aad aiaraa d*n UPSTAIRS 
mtranra ihara bath OR 1 41ta 


P R Bri*yn B Snam Ud. UIS 
Hmad M Plbm. KV >4421 


ooRUE DlirraicT 
1 rgoma ann baih Oraund flanr 
Vaaani k*o Ptrona EV 4 IM* 
Pinannal Hurvrr Li/nltad 

TWO-ROOM SUITE AtJ. KLErl 


Apply X X. 


DUPLEX 
tuv* Sdi 
Hadlh. I» YaiM. 


Phooa ROYAL OAK BUNGALOW. THREE 
tfaiou. plua kuchdii. pnniry. tmih- 
rium (*mcv, drivramy. p.iio. Onp- 


2 BED un*Tt»n». pan* unr- 

Caa ptu** sdi fiu bfdM «*“**»• ?»»»«• 


2 ^RKC'HA.NOE $19 00 «»AK11AY OIMKORTAHLE IKiMF ' raI»V»7ratar‘*h«t-*a'uT bant 
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TIRES LTD 


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3 ifad •nm MUta «vh tmlmy 
AvaiU"!!- Drr 1 Ev IKPU 

klLLBtDB DISTRICT* 2~ ROOIM 
and bath Vacant HI Phuna 
XV 4 IMl PinanclAl Burtty Lid 


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^ ' pond rpndliM 


r-inc RKTREAOINp BPECULIBTS 

$390 141) Quadm Wrm 


UK >4Bal niltr 1pm. 

PAIKPIELD. LOWBR~OUPLX3r S 
badiooma. lIvtnR room, dloian 
, ra«m and rablnai kilrban. <m 
I raifaa and ■•• bni «aur, enal nnd 
»nou fumaca A«kUabla nn* |7S 
to rababla icnnnu EV 3-3217. 

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biai and larsa lai an McRa* 
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AI M* Siawan Clnrk Co. 
•M Rrautbton EV 1-34SI 


i*« DOWN OR TOm CAR 
ON A 24 MONTI CdHTIUCT 


aoytitna at EV l-lUl 


kl 


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located 

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Pandora ot Quodro 
EV 2-2M1 


OVERSEAS 
CARS LTD. 

BALES AND BtaVICI POR 


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$1498 


WB RAVE CHANGED OUR 

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MOTORS' BUT RTAPP THE 
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OP MODEX8 TO CHOOBE 
PROSi. TRRT DRIVE THE 
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CRBlIIT TimMB AVAILABLE 
IBT PAYMENT IN JANUARY 
UP TO 34 MONITIB TO PAY 
An Barl'ikiaa Telmar Baralet*- 

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Open Until 1 p s 


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SALES-& SERVICE 

WAI.LY 01NNORTON EV l-IOB 
CHRIS ROWSO.N RV l-MU i 
Rlnnahaird and c -rmarndt 
PMno EV>»013 or KVidm 


SAVE $800 


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dhbiui - m* 

Toylor's Tire Service 

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, -H.-« ALIXli COIL TE8TTCft~ALLEN 

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CUSHION SNOW TIREB »6(Ife 
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board. cium< IP bu* EV )-dl)» iXVJfei)! *• 'bw , manth, EV 3-MU. 


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raitabla 3 man. Jtiblka ditinrt. hi 
iracuva l>»ma and TV EV 4-44M 


Cddboro 


UI4 OBarmmani 


MIDTOWN 

AUTO SALES LTD. 


no t> p pfanat-m built KiufHafi rur 
Aut’raai)- tranarmaaiim. p i tar r r 
nrakca .wridriva iMirr anil da- 
ifrnari iiarlL roatrv* paa aujit'ly. 
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, irathar intatVir. ran T.Xn milct liha 
nrfa I'-naMar <-ar im •>>r-h«nsy. 
ifelM Vi(d<*>a Prraa H<a 1JC7 

MORRIS— MG SALES «•« crhy*i,»r motor "com- 

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Park M..tfL 341 T" 

ROOM AND BOARD FOR YOUNG *$V)-S>« 

tkficnan. frtih hamc prlvikodpo, in 

rurw haHiie URMKd. 


near St Joaapn a. 
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APARTMEYTK. 4 ’ ' ' ' 


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Ti-wnrr ujn^ RmMt ikarvianiad. Mi. 
J.-nn**v EV2.1.BI 


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nKu-ow^- 1 Jo, On 


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KlPiM AND HOARD VOTNO MAN 
In abar* rma nrivafa hnma TV 
KV I 

PAK-m OP ilM*PRXP«rT and 

Awatlii A 40 “ 

EV) 6T)l. 


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BEO hmiNO ROOM KITCHEN CLEAN. MODER.N " J-aXOROOII 

l» A«»rt » a naurdh. EV i-lIM ' 


toumry nmatt. rabfy- A<a>v hot 

natar. Option lu buy on low down 

_ _ TWO HiPtld KELP- OtNTAINRD EV Ml» 

IN OAK BAy"wE 1X Pt'RNUkHEO ?('>>!?; TROOM HOME. WATERFRONT. 

3Mdl Ulrtmuml. Uac. L |)(S mnmiv 


fd pantry um «f fronl room 
Hiodia aia lady prafarrad Oar 
a«r Baadimall XV l-SDi 


BLACKBURN S7S“ 
MOTORS 


Only 


par Quick Racurod 

I •.UNDS 

W Badan DaU IS OSO 1 OAR felH-TIONB 

$ « ' 131 rUR) ET 

I /tj PWpna fai aarikulara ffVl-HSI 


JOHNSON AT QUADRA 
PHONE EV 1-M13 


H Plyaouih. paod 
44 ppnllAC. raflabW 


Cl PLYMOUTH •nkur- 
0 I ban. too condition 



$995 


IRXMJ USKU CAR AND TRUCK 
pam. Uavkd A d I w Wr«rbm 
* y jwrtl aai iJavM *tr«*t 

mis— cokin.rrB set op cub- 

kpm-built laat rbvrra Bandit 
Aut» Pitta. >633 Via* KV 1-44M 


liviAi toom. aadrnom and kitcifaa- 
aUa. arpil ptivaia 
paiaM_ KV fe-6tU 

Hi ONE ROOM 'apartment 
•I th aipctrta atora ang ralrioaia- 

iu'r'HRU’R HTTE. ’ PARTLY Oft 
ld.'ty lurrukbrd. auiiahka Mr buninmu 

1 man « lady. ri.iaa i* Guavraraanl 

BOARD OR ROOM * »^S* XV i^CBa _ 

l^yllairt _ Child ! ATTH ACTIVE J-ROOH PUR- 
Phona EV 8 IIM , niahad aalia. bn* wa-ar haafad. 


aklrrly avnUrmrn CaiiuKiiAlt Rati 
Hum#. P^ EVMI22. 

VACANCY IN EXCEUjiNT HOME. 
•Marly lady, non-tmakar Tray 
aaryica O ak Bar^ EVt-tin- 

FOR WORKING MEN A 
h<wna c«t-if>lrat maala hnmp Plylo. 
•HI RV 3-404 


hratrd auiir Evravibiw iho brat. EV3-»1I1. 
Chap la EuKp A. UM Port 


) - ROOM BUtTB 
latnrd. raaapnaait 
Oavla aftpr « pm 


BELT - CON 
Apply 1172 

vaakdaya 


IMMEDIA'ni OCCUPARCT 
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EV 4-644) 

LANOftJRO WDE^YSIOE Dl> 
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wpinoma. |» a monih. UR ASM* 


AL B AUTO WRFCNEnS. BAY AND 
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it Biudabakar Ctnipa 

11 Melaat 


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dtra BUlonaHr Oald apa* tapry 
Trad# and larma UU 0*aarn- 

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iiu ^YMOUm CWPE RADIO mNTKK TTRU ~'UAVrR~Ti'ACIC. 
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JOtJ Kifabman. 2646 Cadbora Bay Rd ._ 

EV^4564 ,a KKPAlKS 

liti 1030 Yates EV 2-2241 im^Aui^^^ t^in! ,bkviit 


Room and 

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rara If rapuirad 

A OOOn HOME 11 OPPXRED A 
buainaumaa in prtvala taanaa 
TV Kaiaaa BV 11723 

OAK RAY. NEAR TREATnf 
badrcMOi IMnt ranu, pr<*ata 
bath BV) 240i 


GOOD ROOM AND 
vorkint man RVS-MM 


BOARD 


palf-opnialnad 164 Lindrn. 14716 
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IDl'R ROOM 'uPI'’kk~*uTtE, 
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I'mMhm aduHf EV67IM 

ATTRACTTVE CLEAN. FURNISH- 
ad 1 ror'tna RunnaM 
lMT*d KV 3-M37 


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R^l-MM 

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bath. ddU bant. b«t paUr Phona «!?“ dMrtct. M3 pn moMR 
EV}«M) EVi-.X7t 

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i BV 2-176S 


criti)t*ra TV HI EV )-dl76 


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furnUhad 


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Aa IfivraiKiptW hufur* yun buy a 
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g; . GATEWAY SERVICE 

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M46 Cadbbra Bay Rd.' _ _ 

• ABOVE COORi EV2-4M4 

llSl PLYMOUTH 4 -DO OR 

ETATION WAGON i lutomaiit. R # H DM raah and 

1187 OipvraM 4•Aanr. oiu-»»wwPf. low *ik* •**) piyurM* IDI Am- 
miuasa many «dr«k. CRMtM Phian BI 

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BV I.SBM fNb*ar_ dt'p^sbU iroBavarUUMi; Hii<hman. 2*44 Cadbora Bay Rd 

M3* RVsrrsiL sibbis. bvi-ian 


YOUNO WORKINO MEN. GLOBE 

STAN JOHNSON >5 . t v ev i mej 


' |«a VAUXHALL VICTOR. REAEON- RDiriCLJ ^AQ QCPAtQ^I ■=^‘<*<>'rrABLE H O M B FOR 
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rnurr or EET^D MORTOAtJB. and tarvina. ITIl U*nrmm*m. ai 
CV3SEI6. .UU (tamdsbuiL BVlwna. ‘Yuu’ 

Huma uk and gaa diUOMMut. * 


NO MONEY DOWN 

41 ChoiUrr BmUh IKS 

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If Chnurr Sedan IM . 

TELMAC MerrORStARRET. 644 Fan 


mi MARK vn JAOVAR. AUTO- 
matia. black *14)1 tmii uphoiaUry. 
latfipu «hlu«aU4. aattriVni eon- 
dllhin kS 7M KV 1-4S24 

1121 K>RD CUBTOM COACH XX- 
•allttu marbaalOAi cuMiuon Ra- 
dta. haaiat aAd daIrMiar. Pbpna 
OR 6 IMl 

REUARLE SMALL CAR. IM] TRt- 
umiiii Marilawar 1)21 Muit aalL 


BXPPHT auuY WORK. TUNE-UP. 
Ali/rtwTwffi aihi orakp napatra. Vn> 
Uiru UurtBPllp Idta, 4JA. UB1 
Yalaa EV ATtSl 


vorkinf man 

OOOO ROOM AND .•kOARD. PRI-' 
vatr hncM C*nti«maA KVSJHX' 

, LARGE VkiMS PULL RUAND i 
. !•* mra In CoUi^ Soma XV 3 UH 

ii<»()M~ANU hi'mrd yoi’nu'man.i 

III wMUy. Ua» MrCKit* 


VaranI 146 rraltfla»rr 

•76 L A R O I THREE ROOM 
•<0Par dupill (Adulu t Itl 
Cool 

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Ihraa-raum raua. oil aiP«r 141. 
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^nd *aur Coofcint facjlitlra 

, MAHn APAR)jkli:.WK.~MODERN 
•*'•4 !«■» H«a<i' Urla*. Phema 

Cfavxfa Tnm C-v XV 2 EUi. I 

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I an Oak Bay Atran# Vacant Orr 
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arsn BVS-4I1S 

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haat IN) Apply 77* Coo* El. 

EV3 64M. 

PIVB-RUOM HOUSE. RBDBOoiR^ 
BUd. lurnaca Ona child. Phan* 
BV 1-1U2 


d HMB. PURNACB. OFF CLOVMU 
dal* A*r . M6 .Chlldraa «rk»om*. 
viduru mu. sa_ 

DUI^X. ELECTRIC “krTCHlir 
all baalinc, Oraplaaa; M2 Adulu. 
EV 4-INI 

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ooop MU. Pnyair BV W»M, 

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(Mipt. rafrtdrraiar Anui'a 
BT 2-61)) 


RAHOE. a-ROOM CUTTAUE, WITH BATH- 
)DI2 Uynn E(2*^ ~ 


VACANT SHOOM DirPLKX. FUEL ^ TWO- BEDROOM MOOBLN HOMB. 


agprlMd IM Pfa-na BV 4 1MB 

PE LUXB I S-Bn>ROOM BVirKl 
' B4pya frls 6tl PrrnhUl BT 2-2»2« 


I ail fumaca. UbUb Art. UR6-I606. 


NEW 2 BEDROOM 
haat and baactninl 


BOMB. Oflb 
EVJ-tIM 


ROYAL AUTO SALE* 

ClPM Uaad Cara— Prica Lena 
Mi YATES PRUNE EV B-MU 


POR BIO iieitniRa 
ARD SMALL OUTLAY. 


UBB CLARE rms ADR 


ItBT nulGUAR 
14*4 and eokrt wain KVSbRI. 

R-iryM ’A-ND BOARD fOR*MB.V~ 
T V. K\‘3 <SM 

\Z\ KOUMR TO RKNT 


OROUND FLOOR 
Ba-hBlpr «ulu. M 
enrit. 4ul>t prvpu 


a ROOMS IM 

1. rlPCtru kH- 
121* Vaira 


WARM. COMPORTARLB 
in* raam. linra uippliad 
kaondfaPd BVI-ini 


and 


l-ROOM SPITE OAB ETOVt. 
ctnk rylri*tra.ar •)■ Worain* 
rvuptr. aatv *r lc-»m# EV 2-Nfel 

BACHELOR 8UITB 8UITABLI 
for vorkiok *til *r lady btaaipa#r 
IU7 Hilda 84 


S-ROOM DUPLEX IN A MOKm 

p *-»• 

lUCRXIGII EUTTR Rr.iTf~ 120 A 
m >0(0 liM pfin El. EV 2-0S37 

SELF CURTAINED 4-RrW'M SUfTE. 
AdulU prtfrrrvd |2n EV 2 USE 

1-ROOM EELP-COWrArNED ROT 
vtwr b*at. MS BV 2-4114 


154 UOUSKS 

WANTKl) TO RENT 

r'rUABLB COUPLE WTJLXf) LIKS 
mudarn InmEalow. unfumUhtd. 
faraUMk oil bant, •nmtr- pr*frr* 
•My tanatnuM. KV MML GR7-S3M. 

REIETERMAN *~cd. UH ELAN- 
•hard Stmt nr* Bi urtnit nand (rf 


WARM 

int 

PulUi 


COMPORT ABLB SIAP 
nrar CkUtpdral and 
4 BMldlhti- BVa-lMM 


TWO-ROOM BUrm PRIVATE SBACRexT. 9 
bPtX »U Odvl Bi KV I-6MY : «Ww Aduftl. XVMSKl 


nBDHnOMX SEAiruMpl UMliwa. Pb* 

EVJ Mii ^ 


El wrtrW nppd 

Bum I^S^ 


1 AND 
idsrmwr 


l-BKDROOM 
Autn (faun. 


form ' sroom upper duplex, emu) 

ox MM i uMc an u. Rp«aanMr ll KV MUR 


LANDLORDB. 
imanu fr*n. 
■VI 3244. 


Bnn> TOO 
RPttUli UblU., 


1 





28 Bniltl (Tnlimtfif 

TiMMlav, N«y«mb«» I), 1954 


' lir^TVF^ 
OmiKTLiMTIKS 


lU’RTNJCS*) )149 USTINO WANTED 
OPI»OBTliNITIES 


ISO nomrs for sale 


ISO nOl^ES FOR BAIJ! 


ISO HOOP FOB RALE 


ISO nOTiRES FOR SALB 


ISO nOVRES FOR RALB 


IT YfHm HOCSK IH run HALE « K 
iM|«urv liMtACi ImmadMUIjr In nil 
Uw tirwicr Victoru nn**. tmiM- 
'•'ant iBVMtcnanl 
Ca. Uit BV4nM 


Brown Bros. 

AGENCIES LIMITED 


Oak Boy Realty 


PBMBERTON 
HOLMES, Ltd 


RANDALL'S 

LIMITED 


INVEST AT 
12 % NET 


BYRON PRICE 


isi iiorsm 
WANTUI T<» RK.VT 


KER& STEPHENSON 


I IHTWtTM HAANtrH REALTY »TiR 
tiud. CuMTlMU* a*nnrr Mr IMtcb* 

•«rr 


UU QUADRA VTRBrr 


^no.rr 


30-SUITE APT 


Mr..Sn.ri; (•. \l. EBTVir I' 


$1500 DOWN 
GORGE 

12 Yrs Old 


uniHIR MULTIPLB 
LISTINO BUREAU 

FOUR BEDROOAAS 
LARGE LIVING ROOM 
MODERN KITCHEN 
PLUS UTILITY 
9 YEARS OLD 
EXCELLENT FAMILY 
HOME 

FULL CEMENT 
BASEMENT 
OIL-OMATIC HEAT 

separate garage 

LOT 55 'X 200 ' 
GOOD TERMS 


OAK BAY BORDER 
FAMILY HOME 


CSTABLUUM90 IMT 
MR OOVKKNMEKT KV «4m 


ISO llOlK|'>i FOR SALK 


RAYTEn RY !»*:UAHt» EAMTI Y 

• J <w)roi;;;i lk>r«ii <-il! o-w 

riwn- na'iir i'lnM* cnJ 

KV ^ lAA i B m. 


ONB or TMB kUlHT IMPRICH 
BIVB WELL BUILT AfAIIV 
XIKSni IN TMR tX>WNTOWM 
AHKA caoimkm Can 

$95,000 

Arin {rrm pa«Tn*nt( l)>* iMDktnt 

balan'* aill iii-prria tin giair- 

<<p op raqiii**! 


CITY 

BETTER. THAN NEW 

A aplmdUl atticn bungalow. bulU 
> Vrar». Ume room dining room 
thru hall, oak door*, two twin 
beoronni*. IVinbraba baitiroom, 
r«b rlrc kitrhrn, full baaainrnt. 
ml hrai atiaihad jaraga Aft'aJ4<r 
UmlMawd Uit QuiPf kFcludad 
• i^; clwaa tu av«r' ilnng Pull 

r- . $13,500 

Wl>n IIOOO (loan, •'siy nanllily 
paimanu Omr Ullt 


FIRST CLASS 
CORNER PROPERTY 


Kr«ull(Mll> ani mlW wwMnrw. 
U>Y 7 i»<m« III ptai ihatui »i>a 
(I'U* madrf ti^Tiaun and 'at, 
laiwra u|> ln»*l den du rMra hrd- 
p.-m> il'Win Rnlian> r< hall Lovrijr 
STi (• livinc fiawn With dinme arra. 
M.aU-in (aiunH Kiirlwn with »Pi». 
at air |tiuin'»il ulilltt nagll Sm- 
< I'aia and ia«ii*fui liaih'<*>|ri fiatf- 
OMk. Mntama m-aWn i>-R Tv 
Wairr lurnaiv itJlT |wr annum 
f a liraiina and hia waici ■ Sinir 
ri» n> .n.1 «-»h4 I'tilH Caivrnu-n! 
li. ia,a lint* Hi T*t'a 

It. u highly r»<’-an(MrniL-,i ,n 

r't'inX’* $15,950 

7 - apia'miinrn't •. vimv lU, t%€ 
Call K J l,rNC<< A 
an«imir 


LIKE YOUR REST? 


FINANCIAL 
SURVEY LTD 


uRl. and U>D ar** 
full daUUa 

r.aUidL 


ifarhr 


Look at ihJa oim. Utan itn rr< 
pair» no radavoraMng lUi lann- 
waiilug Btrrvihlita m ■oolr-pU 
uniM anil aaaltr ktpi that wav 
Pout baaulilul rouiaa aiin lull 
baattnmi and larga matdiinc tBr< 
ag« autnmatip naai. riaa to bus. 
on aaarr. loa taara. tf a a O/Yn 
A wualltr Itomr ^ I ^.oLKJ 
Mr. Do*a IV 4-m>4: raa W 4-«0U 


Largo Mwdroum hmiM’ tlvinc mom 
with llir HI*, ariiarutr dln>ni: h»m 
and tpaooua kXrhan Kullauwd 
Iwarmrni wMh twi> r«in rmtma 
Om-r in gangt. Munthtp ivymaait 
fdlt d* T o *7crt 


JS7 ir VLLS. STORKS wml 
OKFK Ls to KLNT 


\6% NET 
OR 

434 TIMES GROSS 


NEW 
12 SUITE 
APARTMENT 


1314 OwfarainaDl Bl 


BMAtX klOOBKN KTORE YKI' 
apariutu lltlna quatirri on l'>^ 
Bar Aianu* fto ghUdran Ou lta,a 
•110 par moniti 

Camad tuntal Dwo: 

KER M BTmilN LTMTTen 
BV t-iail 


m 

pfW 

Phono BV S 

kUnhali or J. Prtun. 


WILLOWS BEACH 

Baiavan Bhcpping Omit and Wll- 
lwB 4 Bi'haol ara aniiin (O'- i>lo. Iii 
of tfiT nrtr T cftfraom ■«(ioa:.w 
Hr. Siring (rnati'.a 

diDI'lg rtiam. r’l-i'lilr kiicbrn •Ml 

braak!i»| no,-... uiiiUv olutar'd 
l->r aM-'miOr waai-*r lAtgr 4-Pc 


raicrvjo. G- 


<1 u« <na tn<a ra].u:a P'l'a 
I>: tlioei, tot iilt,. 12 HUlTt 

DOWNTUWJt APT Utalad u;. 
4 niotrK ufi't ii:4M .-...h 
d<iw/, .ithi'amia. bona-' g 

ha ar,r«> mo in 'iia am par 


PRICE REDUCED 

5 MINS OAK BAY 


2!r"2-Mile Circle 
2 LOTS 


OAK BAY 

$65 A MONTH 


I Uir aid 'Wt r^t' bI"« laaU'‘ 

• • »(*« I I 


rOR OOWNTUWM BUBIhlUin LO- 
gaihma wptilraa'a if ta'aii >m 
ar atflrg*. at rrawnatiir rru 
aPDir J R L Burrfdcr. EV J-717* 


GOLF U ! B 


aiiti Ihtng 


dan 3 'wdfvnni. an 


Kkialtr'. 1 raliia tor t:.i- KAKO' 

VuVp'S.^*'""" $15,80C 

Xaalu»>«o Liitmg 
N. A riutar KV 4-«30lt 
rca BV l-ini. 


b^'hrniim larga kiichan down 
tan gwwt Lwtlioniua UP. irni 
waiar <i>al linear haai Naid*. 
darvraiing B,p taragr. on i»o 
big hit* in ugh drv Imotioo 
Pr^r, |„, quick $8500 

Vnur down pavniani rqnoidrrad 
Oh two abnia pita'r tail Mr. 
Suithur>, K«e«. OH t-lfM. 


iibua iiuit;r in (hnica locau.in. 
larga rntranra hali LR MaJ2 
liR line powiiar rvnm larga cah- 
liial kliahan i iKdrourni. S lull 
4-pca iMibtcmma. Oil tlW haaiihg 
IVtubla garaga. Appmmmani l» 

Prirr on laxnia $33,000 

Call Mr Haphum av 4-«U4. 
raa. Kt 


BRAND NEW 


R'ARTBD ro BK*n HIMi B 

g-Mi/l litr»'l:ri f • 3 > I 't f 

aL.ip 13«}$ '• ai - I '' a' ' 
9 I ,i4lr thUD Vt i(i,u Urr 
Ek.t 19tJ 


Call John TiMfalta rv •-• 771 : 

Raa. OU«-4l4B 

NORMAI SCHOOL 
AREA 

3 GOOD BEDROOMS 

Thiaa- w Mi -hid alliacdva aiwcro 
imna a:ih lull b>mi. OlUO-Maiie 
lurbaca Bituatrd in a tatf ni<a 
•ubriivi>ian MiinpMataa g,vkd 
liom*’ Ownar lrn*ina Vu. , a 
w'l ai*a rarlv pf*«r»“Bn Lai. a 
iruf'ifBiia wuh •mall monihtv 
^nUASo n r;««i n«h s> Vrrg 
hamtv to -<ho,il, and tran<par'a. 
Oni and lor quick lala nritad ha. 
Inw malkri valua * -i av ftCA 

• 'only 5 1 . 4,950 

Mr Hill, rv i-arri: Hr- cvj.f'U 


Makti tor actmumiral living to 
ihta cute k-badraom buaia in Oak 
Bar You will w ailraclrd la lia 

• nay Irrtgular ahapad UvlHi roufn 
«Un Utga Xiaaplara Tha klh-han 
la olannrd tot ronvrntanra haring 
ampta ruaboariu. braaktaai bar 
and aaiing araa for iha handy 
enrn ilirra u a lull high baaamrnl 
with apart lor an addtliuoal lonm 
Thl* coffiturtahla tanma i* kapi 

• arm bi an auiomai,! nil r>>n«ar 
•inn haaiin, plant nuuatad pn a 
nua ini with II trull iirrg. iin, 
grin I* r.,«c la bua' thOlM and 

M-nnok f ull 

pclra Mllv 5 I I ,9/3 

Trr rout down naimtiit. To riaw 
rwll inr dark MarKry. 

lai kv 1-M44 ur Dorut Coriua^ 
laa IV I-70H 


U> <i,r liuiMing a 3 l<<>driri(n Sin 
gaiwv I, M hi, rU ttrnl hd Ti..» 
Wi-llp.annid h mr Will id'rr lull 
•U'lici'i iM.witi-ni will, «tia< /• {.«■ 
tuhipi<« riaMii «iih raikH hra'ith 
rii'i>Uit Uuralii ri.tn >uina<«' 
r an aniJ ilrtic in gaiug,- T'm 
,-‘ih ihning iiaimaiKl 

I 'Tf ,.-,iTt ,icv tannir 'l«r h-ni 

gi'ilih K,jOh 1 >*t« IMB aviiii;:; u» 

• lU ml a. aiaa RAV71 « 

laws **id tun-l*. aping ami 1 1. 

>-'Wr .,.»!• , : / I laa»n tM« 

rr,.‘’r $i 6 , 85 o 

Call 0 R'ti'i* KVkTTuT anytime 


CITY 

SHOWROOMS 


Mrs tLXAN AND t.NiMM< 
at-. a i*iir fw,m. 924 in- hi. 
lignt and I’rs; 4i|i,> 
OMFinuirtil dl ■), pi.viir bv t 
nr tiiniiiaa EV 


4 DE LUXE 
SUITES 

Cosh Trode Terms 
OAK BAY AVE. 


VACANT POSSESSION 
5 Rms. and Greenhouse 


BMAU. IthTHAtt \ Iiijt r:n 

ata; t''ic> i 

6 r'i ftapm '.'i I • I ' c 
pcoynled V i*». a :i •» 'i' 


VIEW ROYAL 

HIGH LOCATION 


1 Z» GtABHSMkl.Sr htK; 

A- * • ii.HUi In' I’ 

nairr aupplitd. Aiaiiank 
EV JHAiT 


nil'' ItKaiidn tarn unit' 
‘i- kiit-hrn.' 

•,-:ii.M>iii, r-i-iiiijcokt balU 

I r IIA fuiimcr. ar;,*- 
igr I.g« {■•h navmar't 

f''«r ciAQnn 


Rfii' •’ 
ha- .'.til' 

dinr><r 


A l.ivriy inila tmnip In a iM'urut 
H-i‘i'i 4 * "I »-»h' and tioo. l.ism;; 
nrirn wnh lin-itin 'i’. r.-iMml kitiTu-n 
and rinih Thirv tirtlnvf.n iiw" 
avrragr and I ainal-i Tbit-ri:.;'*- 
ilatthftvan.- Kuil tiimnl Ii-imh-h-i 
I HI atid «wii>4 fgl-nai P. .-.-inlatr 
caragi- TAYt.H Al'I'Ki'X »«• f -jI- 
tmn«ir.(>ati'Hi uryl iicjitim-g ai-a. 
A i'"rnf<u 'a'ME Ml a trr) d**- 

aita. |L 'tJO d -wo lull 


KtH A WTFi'tir vHit UMITED 


GOOD VALUE 
IN CADBORO BAY 


INtXPI.N.«IVK tlKi V 
ft • r • : 

U<-la*pm\an 4 I’-I. 

Btcm KVlilal 


DE LUXE 

TUDOR STYLE 


1 Hrf'lr-.-m h-.nn- wi'l 
•mrn i oirts- apcil - i 
iliiipin , 

•tiii'v i.iiirhril rum|M>< , 
M.i • I I'.rvjnfui ri 
iiy>ns tiyini t 
, 1 1 - tt-: 'll.'- * ill amt arc 


FOUR SUITES 


MUDLII-Y OrnCKS 
SPrCwn UuiiiUng. 143 Yaipy. Kkia 
tur and . ii' r aoivnw 4 Mdi. 

HALiTib”KR!<T-HAN«1’iri?J i(E 

CtpIluOt dadiei «K<- KV :r.’4f 


Ptvp-u.im T41CO h'jngalow --iq. 
a'rd nn baauiitullr ian<t>iii>'d 
f - UDd% ‘ 7p'm> arr |4 ssd n 
f'«w bv •nrmn'mmt -tyrtT r;i'.l 

rr''™.''' $ 12,500 

p;ra>t fall \l' i.aw'Mi lw_ 
*Va-4*"7 Wart. r.V i 4171 

GORDON HEAD 

Lnru ranih-'lylp Iv-iix my 
laiy- tuini r<X<K>. tilPpUcr «all 
hii'kPi "> raiUnt nian'.yr -1 r. r-g 
an. i‘!i lUanoci' ? ball ‘-»r. ring 
kiubm wtih nf-V and ,r-arp i.t 
wu-nrr and deypr. J •.uod-or'd 
htii---.m> 4.|*cr baihritoin » -h 
vaiii'i f>,ll--i«rr) haigi'-pni, W 4 -- 
liam* auluniMii- nil t'lrnarr Is* a 
rtimpu. fiM>h»d m tn«h>'g* 

ar.r T1.L. hvr.- k •iiualad itu 
area and nicplv landacaparl 'S 

IfX.'li »nCUh« .’0«p« rlL R’art. 

tut- <1 >>•. THIS 18 •Xl'EU.K.sr 

VALCE c - 1 c enrt 


CASH BUSINESS 

RETAIL 


n>r«t r*«*» ma. »pi|-conuintd 
:i<- , ri,-ji]ioei! with rUiteic 
• i;.P3. /-ii'- and aa.ltiii* r..a- 
'-:i,p r.’r,ii.rri r>riti, i.raiins. 
1-1 iaO F,:li Ttiian'c uav all 

is: $21,000 

>o i* 1 a*-:in- piPBi" ,-«ll Mr 
Da-;.!, kV 4-1,14 


$8600 


WKftVr.HN HOMBi LTD. 


CHOICE FAIRFIELD 
CALIFORNIA STYLE 


Lga LR dining rni. rah rigr ki> 
d'.in garaap Oil-O-Ma'i- h,f 
Ra •lil build (hi* lofPiv h'xnp 
»i> *I.U> rfHr!(|r*iiqn-. tbf lum 

• inrl'idiiig Int Mon'.liiy 
H«vrt,<iii« :nr tnori pariud "I 

• ima IIM then it4ur*il I-- |7i 
r..r fur'htr if»ftirma»iw» •itn m» 
•bligalinn. rail BV$-34$« to; 
f>».n« fsrntih, rt» EV j isj|. ur 
Jack Ma.Kay, rra KV • H44 


LAlUi'E H'NTADti OiHiL r- ', 
n-flf KVJ-MC 


FAIRFIELD 


CLOVERDALE 

AREA 

$10,500 


Lie AllM KLLA.M-.ULS 
TO KKN > 


GORGE 

THE LARGER FAMILY 


ron YOim pAiiri v.-t-tp 
U'lft. ttht a Wufl: in ’*>- ' •«» 
let calil punch at 13 7$ ga : >>i 
Al»a to rtm pumb b.->w: 4 ,3 

la 4 <tr pun,-fa Cup* ami rl-it 
cupf anJ «4Trtr> tra-puur, .-.r 
•I'ur rtteciaii-iQ rail 'immy 
li’.iita Aiutt. 3917 Qoadra 81 
KV 4 1793 


$6500 

CITY HOME 


liotv 


TRADE 


PHrwnwffl tiungaiiHV -y.ih 'hlW Iwd- 
r»-;i.«, -Ml lunui'-t. ami n*ri 

-I'r*' -il B'*ra'tiit i.irr.'-; 
«1 tl-.-'rs I. -rniart kil'lKi. 
-rumral l« Tih* pr-- 
•gagr 'i at --n’-- *r- 

li at 4. - inlr.-rd. |3 rui 


QUESTIONS AND 
ANSWERS 
ON BUILDING 


i,v 4 »«*l 

’•i»i-n<rnr .III 


Tl"* --'-iir 'ypp hni ;c ha» four 

IJ-.I. Ilihllia poerr. luuiK 

l-pi.'.r B»»n and g -Jii 

gardm. natirf Mltl Yu'.t 

ii.aii pat'irni 4 r. 1 141 r--f 

111 -r.'l> t>r Dtuia Piar taka Ibu 
Vara.m ' 


Har-lw 


ihf.» 


$32,500 


UARAtlE 


SMITH HILL 


Vuadca K\ 


Q -Hut do I .,ra-a a hhmrt 
A -Pirti riiEiiHc i.’!i k»>aui.n 

Ittpcm wiU bold ant ot our 
man)- lots 

4 -li>i« dir t gpt mv tn«n* 

A hate mafar frra uutu (0 
.-U’»p fti-m 

t) Ho# murftt CiJl I afl''r-t • 
A 1); rotpp care* ••die |4 .m) iiuaii 
W Itoa Qa I linanca 11 ' 

A ~ krin-n idTIrr Wl:i -i -a.ift 

anil v-*i '-ituj; 


n* 4 -u; 4 . 

IV >t. 


IWI i'KUSO.N.Vl^ LOANil 


(*!«••» aak tor ttr L**...ii E'pb 
rvi tt-T D.V E\ •-1771 

DUPLEX 

MODERN STUCCO 

intAt r-u-^' i\iAiT LncAri.i'T 


CITY BORDER 
DUPLEX 


JOHN BLAIR LTD 


OAK BAY 

IMMEDIATE 

POSSESSION 

NO STEPS 

COTTAGE FOR TWO 


STUDY 


$2800 ANNUALLY 
CLOSE IN 


lU .MOKTO.AC.K 1.0.A^^ 


lln« wng nopt It ttir U’ 

e II 1 ’ 

4-i:<ii'tiiaa’»iT iib n«>- 
khat annul my prrmii hamr' 
e-'.' inraugri 

t nr*i i-'<r.ri rail a - Iota el 
running aif..:.J’ 

All hahdiPd b* ut 
-Huw flr> 1 gel c'arttd' 
fill rhaflpo Oiddt "r l.lttp. 
Tmkham any i.mp rv • ;isg 
If' rhaigr ir •-ciigaltan. Kvp 
ccig appoinintnia 


WESTERN 

nOMU LTD 
•n VAi’kM BTRnrr 

OPEN HOUSE 

1700 LANSDOWNE 

SAT., NOV. 15 

2 P.M. TO 5 P.M. 


$8500 


NO STEPS 


Call D K Wiktii'oo BV 
Bra BiJntT C>3 E«rt 


Hn'ft >•! If.',.' 


r<" i‘ in f.t» 

• I I - . J*HIU 

Tar HOUBB UU . 


$9500 


BRAND NEW 
HW OIL HEAT 
OUADRA AREA 

A tmarl nww mu><rat-ny anving thp 
Wi'h qui'k p-mtaui 'n Living 
rnmn w ’*> fr-'piar# >u,u hdruomy 
cvm-a- and larpp ekrtne cahinri wi- 
,hPT» witn uM 'p rr«-m ntf. Ev-ikm 
• -anna avairtn CanrH. Ttrmt 
fcirmgpd on full d> 1 A -»CA 

P»'* U 5 I U,/ jU 

Reg Caw’-’n r.V4-itl24; rtt 
CV 9 iitM 


MR<jvs> mi 


B.C. LAND 


113 Blansnard M. 


AftE YOU HfcCEiVThf; .M*ivi li» 
pa.i'i.iv* .1 Uc.4’' y •...!•« t. 

yrgj from ui!. ..<!( ( : • ' 

Hpk » >T'a! i.-wi'i'v ••• .*<t I- 'U. li- 
ma caab I !f >.4.r rqui l ii u-.l 
KMl. I ,111' M.V.S 
Managpr .Murigaat 1'>’4 
MOKldVt ic i-.- i illliKS OV 
VICTORIA LTI> 

C11 Yah - .'i; -d \ 'r;v 
KVM74i. Jl M "ur I’t'-i - >eryk» 

W-'iaGAOr '!■ YVY AVVl \i '• 
•'UOda b€l itJM and in.-r-. i. . . 

g, . , ,M.. ,.<■ , I , 

drriM- n»-ri|Mi>i,iinl Id n-' I'uf- 

ttMV fWlp ■ ll..-r»I t.'-l*jll I'Ur 

IDOligpgv drparicnpttL 

!■ It Uli'iWN * -;ns.< J T71 
UU Bruaii 8ir«pt t’l omi KV.'-im 


400' 

Waterfront 


it^tf 


WHITTOME'S 


6 -SUIT 6 APARTMENT 


$7500 


$11,300 

FULLY FURNISHED 


CctabtHhvd IMt 

ROCKLAND 

Thu •uiild airky a 
rtCIAT itOUHE !<r a h- 
fastilt hoffl* II or tn-ur« 
and ajiai loua rem* T1 
PLUMBlNn Laegp iji>;*.. 
latiiiipi aiteBrn In (dp cun 
aiih ruaplttp pri>a>-v and 
■ion Lamv grounda OuU'l 
••«• -pn, Ca*h t« Minr'eM 

S” V- * $ 20 ; 

Out MMtft/r. RV 9 42it ae 
or f*t IV 9 7t?4 


NEAR GOVT. BLDGS 
AND PARK 


$625 DOWN 
BRAND NEW 


COMMERCIALLY 

ZONED 

flldt«bT'4Me dupin TWO 9 rangu 
• lih ha in« tumarry i«a 

Mi-KM i«d tniianctT CLOSE IN 

SS..K . $11,580 

Jarg Brown tV 4-91941 
art IV 4 4t74 


hat«l»i-' 


MONTY MAKING BAHBTH BHOT- 

JW.,,.., ,,, J LltlJ, 1 1.1,1- 1.,-,* 

• ■ -.a.,', .>!.•>. I |r«.« ■! ; 

;■([», I ii«-;r in -Mr-imr 
■ 1... wi.il .*r«t p«)ji-*, Hrai'ti 
ij n«ii*r ! r.i .v rru*. .- tar .-li:* i 
a - I -I -n. . 1-' Mr 

Clrafi BY’ 1-1171 Humt BV 4-J-*.t*. 


.r». lWdMwU 5 I 9^000 

An Kt--lu(i>t LtfUnc- 

BEAUTIFUL SEA VIEWS 

Tt.i MILK PiHNT Aitmn.vt 
t#»i*l f' 4 |tia bvirbia-’-w 8 v«i« uid. 4 » 
1 C 2 airrt. put in naiural cU'.e. 
firti ii'vri ha* $ i'*«l t •<*■* and a 
iiainnn lirirw rm and 19R- wde 
'uie »>»!-•*• faring a d--:igh''ul 
y.fw. I, p kind lairl hai lardt drd 
Mith rr. I '-admi iMthrm n-. 

$ 27,500 

An Ev’ udvw l..tuu 
Call Mr V.imn fiadatuwa. 
r.v 4-4U5 anitima- 

OAIVBAY SOUTH 
Very Attractive Ploo 

Hrand rvfw rturV!-. all largv 
C awMa i4 thru hall. Uvind r\*-m, 
dining rm-m ihrtv inilriKtna ail 
with ■Oi fl'Mra. ratnnH tlti Wl* 
rten wnb mwk and ulllily apai^ 
t-jk* haih»i*«i w.m rajVU. pa'i- ufl 
diii'ivc fmim KmU high haH’mnnL 
rnuitiwM in ruJTi|«*a *nih iir*- 

plan- auta oU lU tumi. dnvr in 

I’,"*," $18,500 

Call Mr. J Markrrjtg, KV-4-IU9 
Troiimt. 

OAK BAY 

ADJOINS UPLANDS 
GOLF COURSE 

Your obP^riuaity to purchato on* 
at Ibt rintat hnnta in tbi» at> 
trariira oak-irti’d arta. 

IlnNl tn nwart traoilcrrad. 1 WB 
iquart tttt of dtllgtattui Imiig 
arta. 93 --rMa 4 bring room, dl&mg 
inem, laai ward m eabinti ksi« 
rhtnt wiih bnllt-ln tabiw-top 
range and ««U otta. 4-pieca tlltd 




1 !. -.r . fi ->r Will br r,ioi,iltt»d 
Hi T a,,a> .1 ‘-'ai ? bac; .-nn* 

• -.ild at )i. Ourgr Vt .t NOW 

$ 1 1_995 
8'an tr*»n* ■>, NArca Thntnb*' 
kV 2 7i»i rv -tlj or nut l«U 


1 fdrAI.LV fA.N «.K1 Y’ = 
Wa deal W ii'WT, ' (T i-'ur 

Tti !•■* j» ’il. 

EV4-TI> 417-A h' 'f'** 

TV •.-.T.-t. * ' 

mnrtgtgwa. l.'Mi t-i 

U*4.r iir.upi-4. .« I....!'-. 


$8450 


UNIVERSITY 

AREA 


13% 

7 SU-ITES 
Waterfront 


DRIVE BY 

854 ROYAL OAK AVE 


PRIVATE 

WATERFRONT 

A HOME ON A POINT 


MORTGAGE MONEY AVAllJVm.K 
at i-uireoc nit* ai-, t g 
ot agivrinrnii |fp<‘-..diyle i 
ar-1 dii" k n*pti <• •' Carm 

taland Inymmtnr. Co . L'd P! ' 
rv 4-7144 


HAfinOl* VlAlfHERO-HT PROP- 
. ’i :;:a'.,i tar e-.'-.M«r-.< 

1. . V »n' wild I'lrr.n.iTA . 

. I 1 '•* lor .-iplry nr aoai'"'"-. 


VICTORIA 
REALTY LTD 


C.N. Montague 

Cii 1.1 n 

last Btandiant ai Part KV 4-»9ll 

0 

SUBURBAN HOME 
AND ACREAGE 

M •Irinipiid 4 (III Ihi-.i! M- ami u< I- 

“• .ti'ti;.' •. r:>:Ai:fi. .• 


KIIA ■BPriraft na <r>)« 
hiMnt Bionthlt pat- 
ludkat taar* «niy |«4 
drunin* full ba«rmri,(. 
c fatal Driir lit ga 
atr (* tranaftrrrd ard 
. . 19. >M down and carry 
••me Bf tpa aiortgagt tand- 
•caned and Itnctd for tfak law 
pr.et ^ $12,950 

ViyitfiB* Ainiitvard KV 9-43$i 
tdiiitint. 

HOME 

WITH REVENUE 

If Ida art laokipa lor a }-htd- 

rnn"* hdcnv Wfh lit iukt rui1a 

in baw.T.iint f nay* s to etfrr 

<.l!t|*«M ■•r Nn I Rranct nto | 4 mi a« fi 
»jTT» J4-fl liymc ruMRi oiih puiurt 

II • a •uxtdw unob'trwcttd • ra nr* 

sIHA V-"“- $17,950 

I tt" 9 Almntt new qr lum honit 
♦ •iih Ipgal ]-ionm ha«*n»rnt »uUf 
Ip'i'-jrt wlndoor, atparatt m»,rr. 

MFNT $15,900 

rtiuiw I iThtHi OM’l lart »o phoitt now 

40$ rnr ftiU Mr Brvan IV 9-42I9. Rta. 

r EV 3-5Uf; | KV4-4ni 


Tamil 


- 11. k ai aiuvii' (-»:i 

rv 1 in ii''iat 

r«--iuij Uii 


Wl BPEOALtZe IN inALGfXTlh'; 

f. r ,»sr. ry..- .A,; e-l 

agrwrmi*nta TUm yiaira mM ,Twt.d 
raan MW RVYITU JulINBLAlii 
LTD at Crrrtral nuiKi.-j 


Ont ot Ibt tnok! uuttianiiuij ww'rrj 
fninlag* .rj Grra'rr 

''•na. TfiLt tiny bungainw la Inra’ed 
tn a ey>-ludtkl id appr>'V 

S arro •urrwindtQ i.y ahruiw and 
Irtwa Thvrw « a liktog rryim. aun 
nirun. ditung n>wn hit.*h«i. twn 
lw!f'--iTBi 4 fir ha'hmnm. lull haw- 
m«nt Hot ««it-r hra'ing rtyiryn and 
|dnyy*in garagr. Thiy k-mr ntfiTa 
,awwrp(ng imu) y.rM-t and ig)nnir 
m— .iti'.y’.n rangi* rHwng «hi|«. plu« 
drrp-'wa'tr anrNirng# wi'h uvrr Vgi 
n< (.nva’r gN<r. 

Ua* rrtro only . ^ZZ,UUv 
Pbodt J n Law EV 44>1J4. 
twa. GH »-USi 


SUPERIOR 

NHA 


DOWNTOWN I'LiirK BOUNfi !S- 
y,s!ir,|»t "tio»kr< fc(y«i ii-lifi.. 
I'y't-iirni ai'Pn. u’lou 
h .rtn'i mf. '1>* I u I.i aptr..i.(- 
•irni tail iMo iruht Kaniik 

n r W.lY(,.i.i:i hV 4 »!34 Prm- 
hrr.in. H -Iniri Ltd- tni Or’-»ru- 


PRtVAT* MORTt:AGE F C Jf O S 
a'l.iia*.!.' imiiMAt alru Uril* 'm- 
■mall amnm'a A nrrriHM A o, 
L-.i . « r.iii .«T.-»r y:vim* 


T» ’«*hnm» arrana*.: far a full 
*u> V nt . ti.nma itt an • ft . day 
’ .hi ti rmnu 0,'b puturt WiR- 
!i 10 lirtplact and rooghrd-in 
ri.--*ihin» If you wan' tryrn.it 
*>i a -■•itr (■ , ’*>r o:.l Pi'lbk, -li'.a 
1. >niir Ttifii’ftgm'y. Mam P:*ior 
..- .1 bnirm i.R f>H ea^mri 
• u ',-n wi'n nonk 4-ivt hathrra 
w-.-h tan-'y Th>' '» r,>w and baa 
It 75 • -^f jr-T'eA.-* 
plra.r .11 R f> t-i fV9-l>4k 
y fv -I 


iia wwTKo ro 

ROUKOW 


n.l^NT HAC 11$ «« CApn wiu 

TiV -iti M 1-: Spar'inii'y 

• h..ai.i iO ..r irfi-.i AnoK'it 

(laa If 140 1-4. n ar”* wanti 
em..’ r»vtn r i.i-ipn'v rTv**«i'i’n 
C'll Mr fTr**» P5ion» 
rvi TIfl lt-.n.t IV 4-2VTA T « 
Ck-AgiTu L’-* 


HOTEL LEA$E 


"INVFST YOUR IDLE 
FUNDS IN FIRST 
MORTGAGES" 


1 4»it ••mkr 


FAMILY OR INCOME 
$ 1,500 DOWN 
CLOSE IN 


$1600 DN 
WHERE IS IT? 


fITY CAPr 
vc«,lr I u*'n.”.* kk‘-i i'\ 


Tha follnwing U a •rWiTn «t \ 

tt'^•t ot bay* In Af‘»r 

IIVM a* T”., rrpaiai-i* 44$ o»r f.-rn 

mnnh ' + V .- 

iS.IM at T",. rroaiabti 1*0 P*r lD' 

•• rwpanbiv tbO ptr 

BAnth 

S-Tear Tarwa 

^>r fur’hrr p»r*ir.iiify ai*riit 
tht«t mortgagt* an<i ■•inm r,4. 
ault Knc cbitman or i*«r> wr.t. 

(nan Mortgage Dtuariaif -it. 
Nurihorylgm StrjrlMt* wt Vi- ■ 
tnria Ltd. 431 Va't* at Bru«4 
Ph int BV S till. 34 hr laitpiiong 
atrtlet 


handiHl ’ . liiftp and '-itfi' r.1/1 


1 k«r i;an.l«" r'l-. 

..»'i|«i;V: 'lA.Sf'AIL 

Daigika SirrtL Phnckc 


HICKS 

REALTY LTD 


HfE5 h»:alty 


Coat NHA aia-ronm mm'iiiaiion 
in nna vt Vrtoria'a bvai rnidim- 
• lal <U**rici dgatmrd to rtarh 
ihp (••ugh huytr whti dtnianda 
p>nt]r (ur h» maari CoBprtatd 
■•t a auQ-batbed liking ,onm. 
Rntnan li:*plart I.-*hap^ dlnmi 
rui'ni. drapery yalabCtk ts bO’b 
yi*nma- nn>dt| rantti'* fcilrlirni 
three btefraw darling 4-iKt b*>h 
r.ll bawmani ml heat garagr 
Th.y hi>«* luakr] trimdi to why 
not get amuain'td a.>w' 

VK- WU*,.n FV3-«t4B. 

',n ORt-lff* 

BETTER THAN NEW 

$9500 

Thia at',»t rr S.irat-'dd 3-btd- 
rn'im ',i<Rir i> imma 'ita't Idml 
f.” coupl* T« vie* 'a.I 

Mi fa^'on. AV3-4l4k. Eyea. 
IV V-iStl 


il .«• ana lundture -Tti;- 

T ^ •**“*“ $7500 

Mr. Belt'. fV4-4l|l. KY l-SSM 
Ka'iu>|yt 


WWrFn- RKVK.NtlK PlUiPtaiTY. 
M-kP IN' mr Vt' TkB Pn-.v H 'k 57 k 


147 K\( 

RK\I, KSTATK 


ITIt Oodgiag gtrtg i BV 9-ttt4 
Opp. HatUoo’a Say Slora 


14 RRNTAl.a 

a-nu autre 
l.arg* ttgai '--'>i"n 4 r-*i'M 


INVESTORS 

IDEAL 


$1500 DOWN 


A. BERNARD 

ft ca LTD. 

•a Fort Nlriti KV 4 ttU 

DELIGHTFUL 
COUNTRY HOME 

Wirh ■•••, 1'i artry nf U-aMt 

tali'! Nrgr Naval Oak Prnlt :rm. 
-h.akl fntU and ■»".l rbtckrn , 

houit The aiute-j bungalow ii : 

ai'racMyt with nkc»lv Und- 
gtounn* argund the hama. 
whkcb r'impriytk large I.K iptc* 
'urt wiBdnwi', large tnndt.n kiuh- 
rn vi'h dmtng apacr Two fine 
bedronma and mndtm batbronm 
PuU ikMtit nriya-to garage, bw'a 
nil beating tipan»ift yiew« (i.'m 
thia hkllinp incatiAO. Juit a (rw 
minu'et* drive In elie oeiiier 
Term*. Kacluaiva (10 nCA 

lii'ing pner 4* Ix/YDU 

Piewao call Mr Pranni BV4 M» 
K*r> OR »-4«IS 

HIGH FAIRFIELD 

Rirhardkon and Oort. Hdo*o area 
Thia newt 4-plua bungalow large 
U1 and fireplace ,la>ae eteeirlc 
ki'chrn with ilinetie aroa. • 
beutmi 4-we batb. PuU baaemrni 
Ml heal Separato garage. Treed 

$ 10,500 

Phnne A Lowman. BVS-M97 


LET'S TRADE 


In an eareptionatly good renial 
area high incanon la Iiauimali 
4 inom* apoiietaty kru* Only 

rrn^tii'.r $58oo 

L*ae f«w raah 

Vinenne Abnlevard, BV 9-4215 
ai'Mlme 

J. n irhIKnme * Co Ltd 
tf|g Prflad lllreet 
BV 1-49M anrttmt 
Mrmbar Multtnle Utimg Surtku 


rr.MKyjRTAOLB 
30NIO for k 
M<ii K. atia 
Pnre 

NiCb B H'l") 


IS^i. PER 
ANNUM 


PERFECTION 

FOR the 

EXECUTIVE 


(►< fullv •erured amr* lem lmif>k 
F"f futirrr in, wtna'''n '.ir.i»a «.au 
8591 Ralph or Un Guhndy at 

Toylor Spittoi Ltd 

tsi ron SL EV 4-9MII 


F. N. Cabeldu 


FAIRFIELD 


FAIRFIELD 

REALTY 


BIG FOR LITTLE' 


lovci Y aturcB home in treed 
Pairnrld aitb PA.WORAMIC *ea 
etrw ir LR-WIIH PP. H>p PN 
de lake kit 3 bedrma adh'inh.g 
balta 9 brdroma ar»$ bath op 9 1 
car dr-tn. N>mnt oil heat. BEAU* 
TtPlH.LY LA.NDBCAPCD 

$27,000 

•Ruth B. Ku'theMin. BV 4-*>l». 
ON a-JAlt. 


lloMiekeeging iy aimple in thit 
■paciAua •-montb-old bungalow 
Deyigned and drfnratmt wun 
Ukte PKture windAwi a»d bard- 
wand door* in every room Ifiow* 
morirfti kiUbtn J bedrou t- 
ahaped l.R wiib fireplace Wall- 
to-wall i-ameia eapenkiva drapr». 
baiii-lB eleririr cooker and toll 
eire retriaeralur are included in 

,h. i...,,.... i^... j 2 o ,500 

Alirwelive lerma 

PhMte kOr P O Jarkion. BV3.$I»4 
anytime. 


rerhange ynpr tme htinfalO«e fnr 
IMa a;.X-rid>d 4-i'c.lnrim fine famiij 
hnme wim a wdid aiiog •'uralation. 
Kgrellenl t.ea'i'wi arat »uUat.le t'lr 
a hlgi-'ltee r-itmiM hnu*e nr ,”n- 
very>M Call P’hel lUret. rv VATU 
nr KY‘ V434* .V'irthwealrm Semruira 
•jt VtrtOTka Ltd. 


AGRNRMCNT F'W Ml.K rvv>. 
9w |W A MONTH TVKARThHM 
CAN NR IH'HniA.'tf.rt AT M>IV> 
fitCrniTY fS A HRANI) NKW 
HOfSK APPLY T«* MH F-HT 
CHAHMAN NGIfTmvnbTERN SK 

V RrriEA nr victoria ltp <ai 

ATR5 .AT IfRiiaO. KVP-CI41 <.'4 

SOL'R CKRYTCKl 


Dandy 4 room alucro bungalnw 
Ktfctric kiirhen. aulomanc hnt- 
• •■er nil furnarr and uiliitT room 
with tuba Oak floor* Plt'ia*ed 
on Dire landaeaped lot amoBgtt 
new burnea- A bartain at 

_ $7950 

DuiM'lin Road and Pouglaa Nt ; 
on rummt'Fial enned lot •OiThO.' 
a grand two bedroom aiuccn bun- 
galow Large lIviBc rnam dining 
room FNll. high baaetneM hm- 
w»lcr heal Thia !• <uj rireiJeni 
buy for J ^ 4 0QQ 

teaay lermO 

Pnr two ahnye rail 
ROLAND AMOS. BV 9 4117 

CTDAR HtU. CTIOWROAn BPI4T 
too SiDINO lUrNOALOW M4 
hngany panelled walla All oak 
floor* Nirrb kl'rhen rablne'a 
9 BBDROOMb OH hegl Corner 


CORNER 

FIREPLACE 

Ttiia abarmlDg 9 lyedmntn Homo 
haa a itelT Uving room high- 
luhlrd with 


GONZALES 


pnibiNu Yor» paymbntv •poo 


. _ a eornrr lireplare 

The tamtly alynd cabinet elacme 
kl'eheo ha* eating ipare wo thg 
dining room only bat to be uaeii 
on fpecial ocraaion* Beaatiful 
large lot all tn lawn Juat luetde 

„ $12,500 

To view whwne Sid Nrnltry, 

BV».ri4t. tyoe BVl-gWOb 


Bl S|>KSS 

OPI*ORri NITIES 


Quiet, Convenient 

I bedromnt living re«*in. dining 
room el- large, moitern kiichcu 
Oil heated. inauUieii Nrregrway 
■arage Large loi with truil tree* 
Cinar 10 acbool. tierei ou« e« 

rr"*. . $12,650 

To view call O w cnretloo, 
BV4-I11I. BVb'tMI. 


large’ Would you like lo trade 
your preaent home on one much 
eaatat t« pay fnr» POr yfyp real 
antwer rail Bill llodgyon Phone 
KV 5 4741 or eyea. BV » MSI 
N W BOcUMMoa 


ROCKLAND AVE, 


NEW DUPLEX 
Good Investment 
Only $13,700.00 
Always Rented 


•mti New l-room. J hedronmi 
Roman Tik firenlarc. hardwood 
nikof* ihroughuui Pull high 
ha*emeni, wtifa egtra room and 
flue far future fireptece Thu u 
a far better than average homr 
where wond haa hern uaed a«- 
tenatvelr and anurtrallr lo Ha 
Interior deryiratloa U IM dnwn 

Kio . $14,700 

Mr. Davtow. BV9*»1M aavtime. 


RIVEKFRONT UP-UUJtND 
30 enotre rikerfront acrea (Uher- 
man t- oargdue por Victoria rr»l- 
dentlal or buaineaa. B>'*eiMni valua 
at 411 Aoa Oen Pwthard. BV 3-tlI7 
eyea. IV 9-13M. Newitead Really 
Lid 7W Port 


DALBY & CO 

RmI Batata and tmuruKW 

1010 Blonshard 
EV 3-6241 


$1500 DOWN 

$60 PER MONTH 


$190 MONTHLY 
REVENUE 


A mXfOTfTPGL J*«BDRM BUNG. 
We«t Vanreuyrr. will rtchange fnr 
VIeinrta pronorir Mr Jonea, 
JntiM M Scot! 9N Yarrow Bldg 
phnne BV l-im aflor lorn. 


hurt tbl4 lovely little 9-be«rooRi 
home, haa cab blithen Dtr«-«4iie 
llyiivt ronm. »eiMfate garage Lot 
4lre MlM7 Taaea kS9 l,ocated 
mml door to kiddie*' niavground 
You can grow yoar awn piodu.e 

Aaking only . . $5250 


A GOOD FAMILY 
HOME— CLOSE IN 

)/OUU living irmm. (hrM I 


2 YRS., PRICE $ 10,950 

• roomk. oak floor*, fwll cement 
Meement goon area anvong new 
booiet. monihfy oayiwenu III 
Hurry (ot (hu one 
Olua Oitwyea. BV 3>li04 anytlaie 


149 LISTING WANTKD 


property al premnt divided In’n 
three tuuea rcnling for 4lM 
mwntfili in all Mv client u ov't 
M rear* oi age and hi* dori.ir 
haa ordered him to a drier climate 
IH ran no loraar iriend lo thi« 
oropeny pertnnally ao he mu-t 
fell, giving you a epieiuHd lovevt 
m*nt oppnriunuy XriU propero 
would ault a family man who can 
ocriipv •■'me of the ronm* an-i 

fS-'pX”'”"'.. $10,950 

Down parmRitf PIraae rail me 
end Hi y talk term* X A. 
MAcPApYBN, Norihweitcm (Hciir 
lliaa of Vlrtbila t.td XV » 4741 


TODACTO. NSWHTAMD AND 
n 4p <1*4. eki-ellrnt •tMwnieww tnoa- 
t " - ••III older man ifuet havoi 
renreneee Price appri'timeiHy I 
19 l<Wi pl'i* atoi-y Ur Jonea. | 
jrne« ft Rroil. 119 Yarrnw Hli<v ' 
Phone BV nr ree XV 3-2907 | 

DOCTOR'B ORCIKRB PtLL OR 
tredo aovalty coBferlionery roKre 
bar. miMthIv averace 49 44^ livttig 
quartei* Pur rwutty in revriiua 
Piuuerly rtupieg or email hum*, 
early poaaeeoon. Vkcioiia Prem 
Bug U 71 

BOOKS WATPRPRONT 
Lovely J-rabin adto rouM. boat- 
hmiae Barellenl lilting piite 
la.kM Jobnaion A Co ltd I9M 
Broad 8t XV 4-1471 Mr. fieaaley. 
eve* BV 1-9X94 


Loach * Spark*, lilt BlatrUiarif 


OAK BAY NEAR THC 8BA 
Bnatiih Tudor «tvle bungalow n« 
large land*, aped l«L 9 bedrooma, 
den with (treplaor. tani* dinlnf 
ronm IHI4 living room with fire* 
p4are ,Virw ••( BtralU and water,. 
Bmalt kitehra. lull bemt. oil hi-ai. 
Separate garage Tate* 4IM. CImr 
title, Olfer* rnnairtered aver 44 008 
CMh down iBatata aaHi. Aaking 
prlr* 414 kOt 

L. H Randa. IV l-bttT Ret. 

IV 3-t»80. 

Learb and Spark*, lilt Blaa*taar4 

•ireal 


SELL YOUR 
REAL ESTATE 
5% COMMISSION 


D R. McAdoms Reol Est. 

UQ» Bnoid RL EV » 


Mr. Lhivd nr Mn. CrtlOIhg. 

BVIDM 


A GOOD BUY IN 
SOOKE 
Exclusive 

B7QAO k-ro«« cotlage an new- 
-P/OLfU ty deeotated. Wyelt 

t arden located an the Klahway. 
U4 aarvtco at tbe door Prlrmte 
path to beach. Larga M- Caab 
aad mortgag* 

Mr. Uoyd or Mra arltnibg 
Phowa BV 9-9141 


OAK BAY - CSTATK BALK 
VACA.1T PUSfiCKSinN - r'AMlLY 
-BOMB - QUIET STREET 
OUer atglg ft-m •eml-bungaltm'. Ile- 
kltrben wiih 
I (g|iaco lor ad- 
Epce tmUi Full 
atMo-oA paekagt 


3 -BEDROOM HOME i 

Btwreo mingalmv. targe Irving ftmm.' 
dining Rtnm. eige kitchen, full bate* 
mem. dnve-in garage, larce .nL 
Near bwa. ebupp^ and wbuol Re- 
MW market pcTc*. O Bv down. 

$10,975 

Cootmt J. UeMan. EV 4-2«a 

H A HUMBER, LTD. 

•30 View It BV 2-flO 


BE INDEPENDENT 
CITY GROCERY 
PLUS 

HOME AND REVENUE 

Xl'ira gnwatng wvw BU 000 tear: 
n««y e<iuipmeni vaiwwil 4A)n‘ 
alack guaranteed 44 DM tww 9- 
rm twlice ,imied R)9 u. mi. - • 
nwyiera’ aui'r. Alt EO 1 A/Vk 

Ihii foe '-niy I rUUU 

Onnd term* will accrp* huiutkinv* 
ae port payment. 

Mr M'kiand nt Hw'hcfWm t, 
SVBfiei lea KV 4 7M8. 


I.uitnM anoreciiUd. houaei apart- 
meni* duplese* *u pitniv of 
merigate fund* aeailabl* to 
Ilnab'-* a buyer lor you 


tng no. dininf rm. 
pantry. > imdrr-- ■ 
dlUuAai badrmi, 

baaetnoai wlib 

baaiing. Ttwad M. lantga need* at-' 

(emMa. Very low taitea. Total pneo 

lomy r.lAO. Reaiunabie dowa pay- 

mem accepuMe. A E. leeker. BV 4-room bungalow, la Owk Bay. <m 
ll-noO; rea BVb-lpn ttretl near eea No tiepa; 

PUlAMaAL BURVCT UTtX automatie oil hoat — 


ORONGB NAKDALL IJMITKD 
1984 Doutlaa 81^04 \ 
Phone BV4-4l0f 


* * *5 ZCA—Modero Ree-room 
J I ZiOOU atucoo home baae. 
meat with exita room. Ml heat 
lo alt room* Double •»rage. 
14.000 dowb and MO per giontb 
will bondle 1190 Qaadra Ptreot. 
rity A fwod-Moklnc home 
To eltw Inierlor can P yia.-aaiil. 
BV I Ittl. tee*. BV 4-M94 


MODERN etRVtrB STATION 
fair leave Mrilltai lural -m 
4J OiVi-14 000 rewuirofl la eweer 
•lack and eouioment. Phnne 

XV 9. 01*4 


MI^Amp iijmwr^** S hedr.«m... f>R. 

MULTIPLE LUTING Mlrhen. 4pr nobtred Hemb halK 

fVal with .he reoiiig of vur ehoire DaaemeoL 9-room ewile Tath ro 
Y'lur prvperiy H idan-d hefure U» murtiage d- t 

,'-i'te1c lf-m*m',*-( tirme at 4> I .9, JUU 

Iheir aaleamen ihetr comacu m to <Wu, teH roily rurruahedi 
U'Wk (m» j.ju iCall Waller Amo* rea XV 440n|. 

«»i.T.n.* ■.■•Tif.o ». RE*r 

B,- •„... *v». | no steps 

HAVE CUXNT WIBHINO I OR «- 1 *'.^**..^* Zf ^ 

beiiio»m hrme. ptui det^f 

elbH m 110 Mb to 4M«M orico ' •*>«• OU-0- 

range. Mao cUtBUwentla* acre- bewtlM **-■** 

K in BaahTcinwwae phone you? P1**H aak foe Renrr Kepe 
ing to 9 8 Bourmao.. Boorman ■* 9*9041 Rv«o. OR 7*1794 

Inreatmmt Co. Ltd. «|7 Pert Bi. dURR ORBBNWOOO 

BV 1-7194, eeet. BV 9-40M. > 1941 Brood Sireei , 


sf*nTLe->n tuoor uomr. t yrs. 

••n MklJn pwrWiilic lag at waier a 
mige T«vn charming bednam* with 
VM-w Petnlif'ilie milh eleetrtr kk- 
rhen. and afiacmaa living arB rtmuii 
raim wHh fireiaiace, laillrv<l windawa 
and Firencii dww to vtrw enebwed 
mIM Truly iwauMlwl 4mg i<ali 
Onnn Ml all r'A>ma. Pull btmL wnh 
laig'i nil furnatn am garage can- 
!iait bo repured ledav mr the aakind 
itwin- el II3WI0, rdfera cim oldered, 

I term* timnaKH Can R Trwvrr* 
Seniih at EV94JR dav or nliM 9. 
B WMUome A Co. Ud.. uilBroad 


LOVBliT RANCB TTPB HOME 
leaiuring oU NV heating, beautl* 
roi LR grid OR. two bednfit one 
twin tlM, da lute kitchen with 
nook and uUllty Be*i HW ftoora 
thrimghewt many other fealoraa 


OAK BAT-NO BT EP B 
I room* all hot water heat, wtU- 
Ttj. braird atarago and gerage. 
beautifully laixlacaped gardea 
• 14 MO BV 9-4441 


MO PER MONTIL 


CANADA TRUST 


CALL PAT 8KBA. TRADEKB 
K*<«<**. I.M . fitr nropeci) Iritdra 
ti( all bMult 79 Vwi"Cia Cremer 
Kannimi. ITewte ZSO 


WILL BOILD QUAtmr 
bomae, good aeltvllon lota, 
■eenu Pbone BV 1-9091: 

BV 4-7I9I 


t-year-olil aturco homtu wiifa fpa- 
tinda tleing room wtih ftraglaa*. 
larga eiarlrH kitchen with gcod 
uimiT room adlolnibi. Pembroxa 
bath and («n baaenent. wttb *<iw 
oi< heal, rooghed-ln rampui and 
drlra-M garage PIcaaani treed 
garden, rraeooahl* laae« and aa 
aewer Aaking 4II.9M with rood 
term*. B Travert-Hmtth. Phona 
BV9-49M day or nlgM 9 H 
Whlttnmo * C*. id. BV9.49M 
aayllibo. 


BtmOALOW AND 
'*or* oM All auto* 
amaco. Clear tiuo. 


VBRY rt.BAN, BRfC.lPT OOPTBB 
ahop. city renire. rareilem paa- 
aihlliilr* LiV'iig itL'artati ^l-* 
47H0 Victoria Prr**, Dag |90| 


NEW APARTMENTR 
4 modeen auiira. 3 wKb 3 heArmn 

i wdh 1 bedm OR IfW hoal. *n yn. 

itvodeni euite*. 3 wub 9 badrma 
1 with I hoArm. ON RW hmL 
ML on 

FWi poitleulan on bofb the above 
man Mr Wtidht M twlMnon g, 
BVI-TUL na. tVS-MSE 


POR ROMM IN CTlLWapO LANQ 
lord aeo OroAk * 9atikiaa. eo* 
Haal ateau OR 0- 1794 i jangfant 

Hocris~i»oAT 90-xr. new. nJtc- 
incur. MwmMbf Low down paf- 
■ont. Apply Bv 4-SML 


WANTED 1T> BUY AW, OR CON-' 
trolling Imerrat la good well- 
enabllahed boaloaaa. Vieiarla Preto 
B«ra 1341 


t1 i»R noWN. I/WELT OLDER 
type homo on Banie4i SL In Bmdh 
Oak Bar ------ • - 


Coniataa 4 ronma dment — - 

and 7 up. New oH furnoce Ralarro POR BALB BY OWNBR. 4-ROOM 
RMWithiy Ilk* nnL A Hafsnve. aiaeea bungalow (all baoBaaai 
Raaitor. EV 4-ISn. anjrilmo. I BV 4-9079. *V 4-M39 


COPPEB SHOP. BtUT COUPLR 
•uaaaaanl*. BV 4-0040. 


4 


130 HOtSES FOR SA^ IM HOI-SKS FOR BAIJS 130 nOl'^KS FOR SAM5 ' lM_HOl’SrS FO R SAL E 150 H OL’SKS FO R SAL E t 130 not fSKB FOR RAtEl 150 norRRR FOB KALE] 150 HOL’SES FOB SALE 


NORTHWESTERN NORTHWESTERN 

_ SECURITIES . SECURITIES 

Of VICTOBIA LTO Of VICTOIUA LTD 

ai TATU AT SROAO K>* t «7«l «Jl YATU AT BROAD KV 


P. R. BROWN P. R. BROWN 

A BT-f I f»* *• T" •T-'n 

ms Btoad Bt fhim* rv A<]tJS lUa Biotd Bt. ftxmt KV >-3U> 


"SELECT UPLANDS" i 
'TUDOR MOTIF " 

Thi» lI>T«tr>oid horn* nt 

eooi(«M t'li r«*iru> iMAulrl 
r«u)d W your* ' nt€r«wii»] 
l'v>m room, /anKiiv-tir* 
tni rMin. laodftn rabturi, 
klti'h#B «i(h dtnrtir arr* 
piu* ' • A 

rl««r oak *04««l ‘latroiT 
t'Ad* UP Unpi Itir vntranca 
ttiti to tnr*« laiir lirrt- ' 
tiwcnt and 4 ih» Oa"i lao 
ftira rnntnt ip «ha fuU 0<*«- 
in«ni *uh ampl» »n'’a a.'* 
u'lia 'I'ra pi>un''i: < tiiioi 
oil h«a< arpB'aia aarat' ' 
M»rlr apaaiKj^ I'nunHi «ttn 


pf|/#<l at V 

Vl»>» Oa ar>"«in'IHfr.T. 
BILL fALXNKR at 
KV' t-074t aavtiBta. 


"SECLUSION 
YET CLOSE TO 
CITY CENTRE" 


In it'.nrr d)*riHM 
of Vn"''’'.a a'i«.ii»i i'*^. J 
hava far aa • a ototrru 
lai'.rh il)La bunialna Luii' 
In tu* and Buai'v «ai 
8*v>vt aiarat# n* 

dminc ra>ini anrt r«t<Bn*tt, 
llTint fovm rt'>iinad (>r, 
ar'fr’amin* v>if gnai 
kiirittn iiuiit lor roni'o- . 
Irnio Thraa iQOd>>'ir nad- 
Tontri Catidrn «iaa flnun 
thraukbout. Ao rtrtpi mnat 

$16,500 

a 'h k* Aoa doun 

f«r «>«vtnc ptiV'f nARRY 
tnwtiiN fV}-7>7t Of 
BV k-a;ai anvim* 


,*'BIG OLD JAMES BAY^ 
'GEM' 

Be." laiora Itu turn of tha 
rp'.i.iM thia ' finf itlrt 
butn^ ftaa Ur*n complatrli 
n'l-iiarnui'd and dr^'iad I'P 
Ti»r« 13 anil a neap M 
t-oJ !u>aa lafl Id inja rod* 
tviiirndi lacalait hum* 
r»'ifa faf nniv |l kM da«n 

$7ooo 

(ih ?ft. IM*« kaar.' r..t. | 

Ca l KACHKL KL’SBCl L 
KV ».|T«l «r BVA-4140 


liaia ta a tinmr 

• .lifc ln>i oI 'pa.' fgr 4< 
itrgt it'iltt I>>ma •ra-« 
d'lanatai't «'oni!Vt Iji.' 
lar(a dinini ro<.»- lai(* 

kii.nan v.'h hcuttfK.n.Ax^ 

a or.lr.^:■ll'p -in Dilva o> 
7JM' liri»inn'. 'hm <ntiia<’ 

Ta V’' 7 nV “"$6950 

vr iaa>nna<'la 'ar 

rai ibK RrmenB 
RV S-<7tl Rat Oft 'i ‘xTA 


-SACRIFICE SALE" 


> • -.•nr 

<jrt. 'an ' : ^ a' !■ . 

spiiKt * Bul.ita. 

.iifPifu,!. un<l ' 
tiai.t' 

II r :*'« 

>. i<4. . I 

u»rn aa tV I... . 

‘ • i.i-'iriJ. '.no. 

>■ iipi« 

, ; - i . jw tii- I ' 

Bi’i) -It ,n. > •' 

'I., * 1 l.ll atpr-' 


OAK BAY 
NORTH 
CHOICE LOCATION 
Z\T CHARMING BUNG 

ontpiatrit __ 

''■•d UP Tl.it ihaiwma huma la chat«« la- 
neap at (4i>ap. rareptt*«a am 4ud thru 
inja roll- iiay tuca. )4taa LR. lirrpUir luU 
._"**"** IM« > niia r>i>arp»<M» 1 Ipip aiirtl 
MB da«n 4iiiai; ii,u -4* ait adth uullly «ll 
t/finn ai'i! '''' «-P* '»aib. aamaatrd 

P ' >i#ii4»t ii. .4iiMr>m<rd a"ie ld»a> 

r..t I >nr lau raira iiaotrtt UUit la an 
IBM I ' b*'* ((’uriit •'t'ritoi.' full bamt | 
Ul' O'Malii hea'itia di-lP faraca 
”” (MT .rar la'if W»lM«*pt -laaina 

am ^MuPbriif' ff 1 z TCA 

1 u;irr i I 0;/DU 


a«'a yipU paturulari 
I;i1 hiiitir ‘ 

' fur 4< 

OPEN HOUSE 

Iai(* 

1232 TATTERSAL 

;6950 

WED., NOV. 12 
2-5 P M. 

Vr(\ 4i-aa^‘.u I'lvMim bjnaB>n» 1 
i>«iat . 1‘ntn a>i4 < ao k ' 

h«ma <n a.<j-U fi-i- i •' i.r> ■ 

t at; uiil ' Dkle i i-*ro01ni A r» :e.r! 

ir. rn.'m ka» KHA mnn 4! ''i' 

^.^.pna $15,500 


REDUCED 
FOR QUICK SALE 
$1050 DOWN 
1415 HAULTAIM ' 
STREET 

Balanra lU par Month frfra tn- 
cludM lorta od rurglAtiua haatar 
Wirad far laosa. a rnnm' »'tti 

_ '$7950 

fUana R K tMla KV k-JOk; 
raa KV l-«»ll 


HARRY 
FOSTER LTD. 

Opfijaird *Thp fiay'* 

im OODOLAB rr iv s-sibi 


Ke~ 

* 

Stephenson 


Frank A. Martin HEISTERMAN 


$8100 


Tn \iav pa«t4 


t.i A.ltn \Ul>. :i 

KV l-fa3», rri 


^6500 


"OAK BAY" 


‘ u. c<j t'lr.? !"* 
han.f, n-.il I »l«a '.’n- 

• ' f‘ in'int • 1 . - 

Hall IKi.na roam •<i- a 
Intalt pa',0 .'area ku> nr'i 
4 i< "atli tul^v t.^UB'en 
{.,.1 .amcnl^ta tRiar.t n. • 
O Mat-. , dt V.- ;P 

V,*", $14,750, 

AOAkiB. KV k-iTtl 0; 

IRt 4 - 3 »< 


r\ 2. ;a:a 


at < I.’ . j 


"es 6 uimalt 

BUNGALOW" 


k mlr'ii' > « etc. *->) •<.> • . I 
Till, rule 2 .<ur>.'id ' III 

.. ,p{,' • - I 

( I'^.pai 1 » iT.'.i fiif r'r. 

/•n*» no «.T HUS* 
rxi f t i.rvT VAi-ur. a--' 


"FIVE ACRES" 

«-WaK CtRCLB 


$5995 


FERNWOOD 

.M - .1 **r I’*.- la frooa.''* 

T' •. o*' •♦.••a*!' 

Tma ^ an $13,750 

'■ ->at ' 1. ular* nii "i • a 

>4»ru.n t\ o Ha-ir- 

d\ ''44 1 ot" , tv t . 


JAMES BAY 
REVENUE 

A REAL MONEY 
MAKER 


r.f; Pr a . lar.M 

Cal’ MARY rTMSVIt now I*.,^»<i4 

KV rv ■■ 4 ’ .i nt I I 


"Thu »i4 hooaa ’ « h (->, 

"nu prillaman" 

a.C‘dltIrt-1 'n'n II * 

milt attracitv* j,rr>r" !"'t H'-w > an h» .a 

toe Iha ion'ractnr. ’]>a ip. ' ; i|ia pt.ipatf . 

Oavau^ftar, or hu* •■ ui if . i,.n ■ ,,, 

Xh're la nt» ui.n'-i *n #■'•••■ art i*7 r , a - i. • 

4a. tliiBb uS PLi 1.I-' b--44.v» 4k 

In th# rprtni Thta la TOt ~ ^ or, .4-ea 

OPPPRTChrrY Dont .•»» P.J.I vr.: 

It up Cki: DON PAcns. • • •;. T--.I CQQ 

rUht BOW 14 ting? 4,^, |»,1.4 


lataa'ad rli.a lo alL *ar>t at 
l*.;»t4. > -.■.••<■ •• •! •;» . f ' • ht 

nt I a..'a '4 ’ _ >» k» • iMr.l 

r A'-- D : 4 a ja.».' * • a u 1 1 a 
kipRihiy incuma o«ar aJ 7 li<v>A 

rn-.r $13,200 


TOWN & 
COUNTRY 
HOMES LTD. 

1923 Ouadro St 

••fAPKlNO KO PRnMjrM" 

127BUSHBY 
I $17 A MO 

DUPLEX 

vn tnu an niaka i-i if rtiwn, 
pa'm*o> and i.tr f.ir 1)7 a| 

ni'jf.'h bfia.ia 'iir 400«r • 

r*“'- t’r 441 aP'l inr nnr'»><al 
P" i.a L .* lii r . r.i ai. f 
' ■ I U-j’ n 1 . 5 ' 1 r.4*'i lit. 

A.i'ma' , .'ll P4. . t(a irntt iti., 
rrni.I Kail A-..-ja ,n KV 3 TiTt 
r. - Otl 7 ' ■ ji 

MT.VIEW 
. $2000 DOWN 
$80 A MO i 

five 

B'lh ai'iHTii': Oft, ha, >n^ k.' 

attfn Oinp rii If 4, 'T..1'5- 
at>liar la !iii r rrnm * -,a > 
Old Kan at .1:44- KVJIJTk 
! ir. OR 7 5'im 

PRICE$6000 

2903 CEDAR HILL RD 


fikain.na n* tt. ' 

T^l> <i(t:dr< O't Mawaika a* ' 
era, luit aaiv<«-e *iw| latwa -.n;^ 

A vary nil p h-wnr nf I't 
' Ur^c livint tauwn iw.. hedr.auna «pA 
' nr. » kit.K^ 41 t.4iiti iv:-,k) 

>a II' IkntB patmntt Kt I’ai 
C. ViPiriK KVj.'‘,i|, ipi. UHdl7*a. 


NEAR 

SEA - PARK 

pa: . a *.* . • I i . ; 


, A"ti>'r\.i fi.ante in in.iii»,-ul»ir /‘'H 
.III. n ta.in OIL't.MATU ll-'l 1 
U \TKI7 liKAT •" 'ul: i-wman' l.i. ' 
■'»t.r anil n-,e h.' 14] 

tt'ih |i'r|.i4ia rlni.ni 
kil han wi'h V unpai'Atn aink iir" 
■Inn Willt Il'rr Un Utr laali..., k 
Near riad "fiirm.'ii.* nml 
l.4nlr> afd-t i- .S.iiiaMr 1 
• .a 1 . riumr 1 •• • 

4' . 1. PlUCt: 1 


$10,800 


Irf'a Wli... l'\ .‘itl'J, irv 
GR 7 ]b6(' 


EXetUSIVE 

NEW 

ST. CHARLES 
SUBDIVISION 

Twaita SHA haanat nt.ni.nuii 1 
I flu r 4trt t PIXl wt '• for d had ' 
rrti’ I 7M ‘7 ft It.r : tM'i't.'unt- 
bt fti't . latt Chnotr 

>nur plan a' d l.it nua 


■ "f u. • 4,{Oar 

KV ) J41I arti'ntf 

I 

WHY PAY ' 
RENT? 

tVlien *fli4 ran bu, Ih.r f.ia-' 

t-'iui •hej.r X'4i.r. turpitltrA ‘i- 

w $6500 

• I'h law down t>a\iyi«ni. 


I Agencies Ltd. • 

Ilia blanbraud rr. 

FAIRFIELD 

TRIPLEX 

Ot.a 1 bv-trot tulip and twa !• 

, BNtm auitaa fully atlf romarpad 
' Muildiha tar* atirar'iva ait« m 
fuod ronditiiMi IMwn patn.ut 

Cpiiror* $ 12,800 

Call J. kluora BV3-i44d nt Oflve 

tv I 1704 * 

1 WINDOW 
'WONDERLAND 

Brautilul paiiiriacT:. ' •- * f>t 
aaa ai d mounlatpi 'xim •>:!: ro ■ 


.uta . <'iir.-o»4 •> I'nM-ik 

at 4 bailiinupt dan i*rar >it‘na 


SEA VIEW 
GORDON HEAD 

Thra# Uadraam dll-firwd HA haarad: 
.>-vr4t-pld ttiooarn rontainpaiarv 
tauntalaa Mail aitrariik# lltiMa 
fdfiai with taiiad hyaith firaplary 
nahamiul ktUhaii fun rammu 
, batPoirm »tlh inai-t tar 3 amia 
..iria n ii Caruuri ami uavio Cli.ira 
oraotriv inuad luaal lat rhildian 
flnair pl.uti* lur appointuent 
M*«. Imptrdlata aciupan>t A*k- 

$17,500 

uri.rniu' la'mt. 

I C J. ilarnnaotn KV 7-4101. 
f'M RV 1 7444 


1331 FRANKLIN 
TERRACE 


A daltahtful latdrit autiOuAda thu 


I ruurp irt.litf rnaui ana lanw tun**'**^ » Uaetita h'mialpw whb rral 
drt Tn* dualiit r.nt.iou* pu.rr r^**VT <Io*a 


Sail^ ColmitBt 29 

Tuttiav, NBvdmbdr It. 195S 
I VI HOI srs FOR SALK 


BOORMAN'S 

QUADRA AREA 

$11,700 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

Jt.d Jg»« afi.-ihai htaiaa. rurt a amart 
>RthlM Duncal/M WITH CHAR- 
ArTER ..n an aiiractivalv land- 
a>ipwi| id. spaojut LfL lanuiy lift 
aM i>*u larca hadmoma. FVtil bizb 
i-aa#nton' 'tnli> HA hratiBK and 
(aiBKa A 'Mil* irini (ir<H>*<ty id 
tup u diifi'ina. bbod irntif or C Y 

S'*"* . $11,700 


. OAKLANDS 


$12,500 


OAK BAY 

.NEW BUNGALOW 


M( llamu'im KVI-4I0I. 
yia< on 7-Uvk 


$11,750 


• ritona J K fnrrl nr A L Wafi.rr Var* aurart,*r hnnir »:i.,i(r.l lih'^ 


MOUNT TOLMIE 
NEWNHA6 0N 1 


i. . ; ."n 4 .• .-n*r. 

THKCC HEllROlMB 


rr.» ,m f.-.r tuflbar *''■ 


OPEN HOUSE 
WEDNESDAY 

2-4 PM — 7-9 PM. 

"579 AGNES" 

New 3 BEDROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT 
OIL-O-MATIC 

frt'-iwt .1 I |.j4 'By lj...,*!nf. 

J 73 II. :ci, • -*.T . 

3 Bn'kf . ti.iiirl k.'.nrn with 
■ - atr« 

3 Thtt* a.’iia b*'ir' tT‘ 

« ’ n»k , . •» t' i ‘uahi’ut. 

k r .r )..» 1. t « » iir!i. 

0 |i’-' ,;i ? •? t -'.1 t iftipu' luvin 
7 If .- hi . 

0 C.i.r i« Cl 4 -nd *• bm.l 

a kfMkP. « < a r a ( r <mi4-r4ct>'tO 

a:»> Mi.ith 

10 AiPt‘.*i tmmrtf.atr iHi.>»t..an 


OAK BAY 


I T)i.» a iti'i.a ard 
'tran I'lirr.n Puntain* u an idrn 
Iii.Tr fn; 4 rri'f4i» Cln-r 

to ifeai'h ann •-«'<’ < -'ti im, (• 

I '•'•till ,if Uirnj^ ' rniv 

•I'lna wiiii i.pri, llrrplaiF 

I'fltfll 0»,lr,il;a:.. «M . IJI 
J h.imn kiin ii.funa area k»i*ili 
far rlr>.tr|e »';n* and piiiri f,„ 
hrtjota. >x,|| batwmri . - B iM ru - 'ni'* 
h'kraaa fttnarr wim «a»du.t 
■lurnff hicr aaT,'i»n w.th >r«aral 
fluU tyyri Law '«xr- fri.t. 


.NEW BUNGALOW I 3 BEDROOMS .^..ryt.u 

UNIVERSITY AREA ^ NEWNHA6 0N1 

tn* Avrii ir lift# bim; trum Thit rnir.par’. aUrartiTt biWD* ta do*n and monUtiy uavaiama 

tr«n.p,<r;t'in!:. 2it«ppia| and a*«,lanta thruuali lua nann i inrluduia uurt. puja inia 

•!•‘llt^l^ n»»u (>aU P *n Id Ipfcr trantfrr in Vanrouttr Oak lUuirt autatuv* )*Mdroom bauta 

..line trspi with I'fepucr diftinc thmuahnu'. rab4ay«i kili-hrn mnoarn raaium Lat 

pa 1 nu (a-i.nr< kiThrn liatina triMiti. packaa'il lanii oil **.'^** I»m1*«aii»d Burrpuhdad by 
• 'i artt, 4 I- • «4l.4r-;m hra: and all the faarurai ynu Ifaaly baaaa. fitad iiraaU. 

T Ud.'uoffit .f.;uU,* r,'.an riilKft tn a mmtarn hatna Vya‘J.“ ' 1 ^ *500 

1 if'.i u«4 f|,>or» 4iiru,i|iKiu> ’ • mltl Itka tii| privilwae of ahow- "r • JrOwL/ 

OllO-Ua'.ii: hrat Uatu, and In* it la MTO HUA mor-uat *l f. t '>na KVIlUi re* KV2-J*i* 

N- ■- abP| - m. ftp %'■, ruu p,.,a ___ q. KellL KV 3 7134 r*t. KV S 400« 

PleM-d fUll prtf# - V ' *,OUU M IiHid 5 | Z.yjU 


OllO-Ua'.l; hrat Lwani, and 

Ll-d'^u^!! . $12,600 

Td new rail D M mro OH 7 ITOI, 
vr Olllra, KV 0 0744 


k'» full pi.ia < 1 O r 
Oh iiHiii te-ie. ^ I Zi7 

Ur Wa'ki/**. V.V1U01. 
a* ■'! . KV ) 1104 


C. Krllx. KV 3 7134 ryt. KV S 400« 


Brand New .. I 

briru'imi aaoil - *1*4,4 d -.(ile 


SEA VIEW 
TEN MILE POINT 


$10,500 


e iv ,i: ii ,*■•* Ilrautiful Utina Tryfy « l,»vriv I • ttedr mm awil- 
tij"(u wr.n rarurr tirtpit-a I'tr' honi* BuOt 1 **at« a<< ' 

red p4oi>r* ht'ia M .ti'inc, rtmatitil b» «dl>knowa archi- 
K««j.4r tiae diom* tnom *'111 teri*. Be* yu«a and Inia «l aun- 


F»-!u I e Af 

•verd rv3-;4;i ann. 


DEAN HEIGHTS' 
NEW— $13,350 


lT.fotTi,a ,ir. IV 

r«t" IV 3-kiul 


ti.tpf»n X*" ft 

r*< OR 7 H04 


$14,000 


M..''V,re' $5950 

Call BACOX rv i-074l 


"SEA VIEW" 


$ 5500—4 ROOMS" 
‘ CASH OR TERMS ' 


VIEW ROYAL 

EXCLUSIVE 

flee 'I.-- \. m.iTern 

0 «v • vvivs; M'. sr P> .‘iTii ft I 
e»-'' M a I .-i.-4'in* I lor 
i; e !• R BRUW.N 81*. N f\ • . 


Inra'en M 4-'a »»f 

B*t '.'tl.ii laftil apuJ pt--- tr'-'»,«j 

*•■« aaiT V ho’,<r- Intpi 'h*. 'efter •• ii*<> T 

• t'«* Thu ",'ul*-n two- ».i,,ni OII1.14MW J.. f , ■ 

ne"-vtm buna*iuw l< a n ■ . • m u a i n . . . > 

ipu»' In ta# irtruriita Ikrst bu • < . CCCAA 

Iitin* jaam JI«I7 ai*n fier. I OS' V 

B.ae#, Th# diniT.t T*r.« .1- Ki,' ... 

a;aa a.-n ao • I'acem d, ; . 

t f)K TOOtF rhFTc il I I •«.« It y • iliaBa^tau 

llair caiiin#i kuenrti ai’p, *v » a-i*/ni»nt* 
dipi-ti area aln, a full re- 1 K\ t-0 41. KV 3 713* 

mam ba^rmant wiin a*'ra 

raam and firapla'-a Tha . 

hratma it eii dooi ml-* $750 DOWN— 

thi' aaerpttnoa) tni- Aill - 

"',7 $13,500 S60''''ONTH ' 


)YAL TWO 

ivE INVESTORS' 

iTW'Si';!' SPECIALS 

Vi,.'s"V.'": $5975 EACH 

$12,700 - 


$12,950 

T'-' ' Ve ti# I'fi-iad Ilr-r' 

W.'i , 

K. . :nf . x. t Oil • .TL 


>u' itivin Apurt 3 timl •••,»,< •* 

IHk I.i-Af. l».I„.,tftlOu' 

'e I nu luinirr B* 

rv !i- 4'1 Mr V*;'4i. a 
|>o''e*..an KV 3-4411 Mr. S..PoU 


f .'1 ka ,e. 
I4|l tHian ' 


A full ba'ernani. dnvr 10 aa'an. 
laiinary > I'jt p-; i-t ,;r |,,*>in, 
Pi'i* lot ai'B i;n rete a an*. 

fIriJr tar viciparirv Nnyymrer {y 
A I.pt naw at Uta Otvnp... >..r 

t';> p. .. .. $12,600 

Yr,;r 1 1 r* n ■ tafi *ij )74r,7ie 
''*•1 C y.v t ii(*». 0*11. e 

KV 5 47<M O tf-i* v.e. rv 3 ;jf3 


Ur (Lott. CV t-4lfil; 
Kyra . KV 4-04U 

SOUTH OAK BAY 
3 -BR RANCHER 


i.R T . : 

an 7 ;a** 


T7iu lotr.y 
a'H.e ra-i liar t 
3 73*3 'iiiiKrtt part 


I i\#iy pt-iiiiad ilniii rvum a«p- 
ktrt.., LJ^ X Ve •’’blni nHvBv- a«*4 ki(<h>n 

iNew nome tor Xmas bte* ihia* badtciB* 


$5500i 


$13,500 560 MONTH" 


a"i> an atiMtna 4', - aiart- 

KiII ROMfR M PT^TH 
KV 1-0741 or KV 4 31f0. 

"OAK BAY" 

Mtay pe«n a a*a 'enk-ny 
(nr a hnm* in OAK B^Y 'i 
btrau«a prnpat<ia« m *hi>l 
mumrioalfty hold the.rl 


»’h.in* a r H.,;« 

KV >,441‘ '*< £tf3-**ia 


OAK BAY 
JUNCTION 

0 yri a,d I-itfdtm homa mutt 
i.y tvld On autrt lua*' «nh n.ra 
aiuumit ana chaaa to tanirat 


1 1*.'** Jiiiina araa IH •I'lt ff 
I ur-in i*r*»e oi) UA ff 1 O 
*)e.' A-kitia pl.r* 

«v :ii tern,' 

Fu t.aw I'.aaia tall Ho--i VVrbaf 

LV3-i4J> b( lat XV 3-34J1 


'eii'r.l ni* '• r r ' P»r th"‘ 

t I • ..r, . r ,. le I •'...a ; 

At) f I ■ ». I ey • « pr< fi 

•I teij t-r cwfi '1 pt-e- at 

t 'i.tae- t : ''94 •P'-r -**ee t 

»JS ">aitlh eii in" I' too nt'*' 
a«i* at kV( T Ti t, on r 

trr J n»* • ira variH r r 

'.-I# )a te# f . n.- . 

i.i irie4ta>i!,' iiB an 

;iie, ,ii,ii,j :e«. *1 »-» mattrr 


YOUR CHOICE 
$1000 DOWN 


WHAT A BUY? 
$10,500 

t'l .YmoKY (mcco 

0 VHP ttLD 
* "-ICURlXIMH 

rru. »u 5 k.Mr%T 

Al 10 <}it IIFAT 
HAfiriwiUJIt f'OPVn.4 
cvftMPntn ffsir. A nrv7$* 

$2500 DOWN 


an on# lltwr ■rta full baarmaet 

- 13 w 1 *' »n .an 111 * «R* KriUbad h*ara«in tng-t ■ipp 

'• n 1-0- Inf Ur«* rumnui wiih (irepl* , 

^ laa- attr* pltmfBTB* i"*a*h*« in mdf 

LIB* -#•*,«-, ii lull driy«-ln’ t»r*ta. H**t t* Jnread 

g.s I'me.in'..] baek cardan ul 


OAK BAY 

'lEW OWNER 

E POINT transferred 

f'VVe;::, Trl'v L 560 SQ. FT. PLUS 
ATTACHED GARAGE 

pa n a 111 n* ivnpaiaw tr*(urr< B R 7 C (C 

$93 $nn ACKOd» fRONT, 

I.AROK RKCCPTION and 
CV t-4l«l; TlfBOUOH MA1.L. M-FT tIVIflO 

4-P4U ROOM UIHIWO R003*, THRKB 

BUthOOM* KLKCTRIC CAB. 

BAY KrrrHiR with bar and 

DAT i-HfAKfABT *RM LAROB 
Sl'^WFD I'^TTtRODM WITH VA.SITY. 

N*-ntK rt’U. HIOH BABrvrNT PB<V 

a ;4 »hi'. PO«Kn fl.AVKrjOU APPROXI- 

in n.a RlR Covoi- 

0' »'*k R*r H.« nONKO on. HCAT OAROfl* 
i«i rwtim ."p- *’•? S1WUB8 111*40. 

u V»L* kiUh.n • **rnK RtfAYABt-R AT MV 47 

IhrSTbadicm" $18 900 

1 lull ba.rmatit PRICT 


■ lap Cnmikh. Mt4 KV 1-3171 


?*L ’''"’'‘•bnut ,*„tv kept but Btiaai* wtui a 

f: "..“r-’r' $i8,6oo 

h.i,..e ,.>a.* plan. J XT' Al lUia ' Otdda* fV 1 1101 

OR0-3AI7 I ••!•;, KV •..*7*4 ' '! K.'» KV 3 701I 


BOORMAN 
INVESTMENT CO. 
LTD. 


«ii rrmr rr. 


High Quadra 


291 NICOLA PLACE 
3 BEDROOMS 


A'v-V4tl Mt 

KV S-J411 M- 


S.ihn'i riD y.tv* 


=“<* , ... , J 

,-e',u,.i.. fa-:., It .;sf ul';*.;, Thu nBe.»a*r-olil kunc*:«* r-PB* 'W't'wr 

r , fc>trii,n r.i.ner t,. k T)‘ru , l»<n* aitraeti*# lary* liying roam. ->1 k’ et 


. McCANDLESS REALTY 

i. k’ et Li. pivutp RV 1*171 


V*i:«nta Olit-uit )■«) ■», teau'ilul u«i(i« room' din ci* U 1 badn«<»m« * pc# bath . 

a.i.h fe«'..re, •*!•« bujii-m' full na'*m«nt tailh ip*ea Inr BRAND KICVA7 

lM-..tr«.et p., Bt t iBt.lu m. ttl.urf ..u r '/I'* TH.. ' ”T OiUCCO 


*'? PI; ,rn If fi.irat! KV 3 777* rat 


KV I d?74 


A . ,'e -a« I l,n>ie ni'h a fu ».aw i'.**:# till Hn--j WrbPf 
e.i-„.i.d 'ITlflC LVk-l*J> bt lat KV5-34JJ 

at.hrii T»v-i ia3 C AK.fr 

»u,» lor .,/iiitie 4 i*t-| . JrAINL 

r.;.*;" i; EXCLUSIVE I cor: 

ri«.t rlii e tj :f*n ■»*»»#• r.n ' N-wws.r,.#i at. j- 

*n I tlioii. *8 cKu a falrtjyld area near Phne»a 'om 

here >,ran and n*ik A Ia»a;i •tun-o n,* 

8i e iht* 'tarcaia imma- ^uua•la« »uh tap cart*# )|- ItAf Rati, 

di«'ei) e*n •iCD LABOifELT It cra' Bi<« Utinr roam with pl-ntat O: 


SEAFRONT 

SANDY BEACH 

CORDOVA BAY 


t'-flel I|MH bf'.VI<; 

■ IB *■> *11’ I tfiiiM-i 

...a rat 

‘i*- 

t i*u;-4 


LIKE SO MANY 


a.i.h fe«'..re, •*!•« buj;i-i» 

i',-.,tra«e. p.; p) . I«t*le f.r*, 

u.ai: A l#r«e 4 i- ♦ batitr.Mjm 

'*u'o-«*ll )»*aL a*rrur*.| tytiein 


rumpd* rncMB Rirad and plumiird >.au *mi*t t,.-,. iJl,, - 

fn* aulamatla akU.ee end Areee '•'tR rtll.T Ifl _ 111*1* IPta’I-n. 


(nr autnaiBti* vaahar and dryer \ 
Autamatie H-A tuma** Immid *'a y,.. 


4 hedr-euB. Oil /V 


$6450 'a. 4f# f 'ia'-,v na fnr #»• 
*iaw properi.a, |n OAK HAY and 


$7500 


tiea propen.a, m OAK MAY and i re. ft !-,nj •« Tha nnm* i,a» 4 
*? •"'1 M'f* f»P 


n.«r (*hnn-r *?ur a*. 


B?w rv 3-d74| dr 
Rat OR 7-M00 


■ itii .A.eannrt 'rtne: 
•ft, k f p'«.a •i.d 
r *’..1 j: r\ 


Tudor Cottage t; e'^.*: 

Drive By 3085 Colqu'lz apen'^-tu 

Du RDf oisuirh OTVVPASTi 

hat P4I a yarv n re earpar Ht b'brot'i" 

■.‘nine /loan la • i>r»*ci lann- *•*•■ 


mumriftahty hold the.r „■ 

"VAlt/K" Sehool* and !*•• OR 7-ao 

mi rcmdlihmi *>• "ta l*>' | 

Refare yon buy a home 

lotwiiar* «ea •i-u tmirl ■" 

hed'onm numalav nn 4 

.^..^Oak Bay S.ree. ^e CAPITAL CITY 

If nnla JII,T/J, Dt-AlTV 

amt t<«td ya'.4* and aa>T KL/\L. I T 

C*ll *8 rPAVKN. KV3-r74l 0« CORMOKA-Tt 
or KV 4-TOlI I 


dm a r* J la# badrtn* wilh 1* P'ndafp rtretru n ne- 


ttne; hat 0«i • *#rv n re earoar Ht 
.# ••.d '. *t*inc /loan la • i>r»*ci lann- 
.1 j: t\ *-*t>ey» by a aardanet Inr a a;;, i. 
} bed- om<*P uf uMeed wiib 


.1 1,1* marke* vr* leai p,..,- 

le#»ii to ra.F iri. ya:«* * 

«a*'rfr-c:* l,..mA et.!u~(-# luf 

•-•4.- :ri ue(,:,i,(, A •*.' •• *11 

e h«li »ery l« #» JH •rb 

{I , i-e e riitna* n.rf.rfiL|-ij 

4‘ ■ MiiHlb'aiitP wo<,*'e UK «i'i| 

• j-.e ,jrrt kit and 0.x.* 

Jar. or be.irto 4'0*» iiM), Ar .• . 
•■pan .'jiraat t<> : i4-«e t.adr,n* 
i.iwh viitt iV'-w'dln* e* vttw 

and tnouiai 4 [>.e natl. Kair* 
bed.'iK.ii. '■ea'aq. ,p '-- ' •I Pat# 
AU« iatfa (uniife* P;:re, 


i, -a 1 - i/e.i Ii.m, tii.ir. tigiirtry , poii»i*laa. iM L i <1 1 A ODD N „ .'m^L 
• (,» eii yii*<^i#il caraae. land- , prica •*> I H.iiUU *' Vi.cyten hicfi ratte- 

tped trnwniiv *,in # tiirc n#w I .. ‘B ■»««# Quiet Ima- 

iretnertu*'' The ,inm* i>at a Ur Riannin. KV 7-4lti; i i n .4,un>P)r iB y e. z/\/\ 

■be ii#* and n.aiie #(<ra f#a »*»• KV l-llfl , ed i I ,t,OUU 

A * re** lli:.' BKISTKRMA.V it COMPAVT I $2660 DOWN 

C Air. rn=*“ "'St M.., .. .fL luard 1014 . - ' 3 -YEAR-OLD— STUCCO 


n .*,uibPjr 
*-«KU, ad 


lU.#* X.I,' me 

A t '.J re*» lii:«'. 

2*1“*,'IH-;'. 

C Aip'rri It u,.-*-.*# 

rv J-dlat rV 1 33*1 

. u:i .# KV 3 1.74 


BKISTKRMA.V it COUPAVT 
iSft*Mii.t#d 10141 
nil Blaothard Kt KV 1-0 


KV I-0I0I l‘ 'yai> rm* d-otn Oak (lorr* tlrw- 
I lie bUm rat, I ro>«n up ,f dw 
_ >-1 H «*i i«*a*n#M yrtih Ha tur. 


p<« bath and yanii* Rricht kit rtarm off eentrel la): 4 (>c* ytn bar •,ndaw aaj tn# loaded 


$32,500 


STEWART 
CLARK 8, CO 


Swinerton's 

I tCaiabiitnrd l*>t 


>-l H «*i i«aam#M ymih H.A fur- 
'-■'e >;a,aee Cl*w<> tn iVaaian,** 
■V-ik-t. A 5SAP &c\z / f\ 

AT $9660 

Hondv Man’s Specials 

I'* '41 jmiVN Vt^ tiin* d'kianra. 8-rm 


CM BROUOinoR KT KV 1-tlll ’••'’'A*l.«e Small )>a CI.-» iiv 2 .-r 

7 irejr-.ynt | , |«i ,-en'nl Ittafr 


[w.'H taUPi ar«a full bt,:.r naw ••» KiBrorm pe-r i' oipyrmt-R ■'-*** '• •• • pi''Mf* Thai# evi-llll Uii !#*,>** pv a.tii* 

I pia Ml Mat naw cocHitr »>#r in fun hit*i '’la-rinr.'t j rar rat ’* * I*'** raBrbin#i3 Hunt ra<m ' y at* 

HW lank Laap ir«ni and raar ^i-t «,-n avra- p) intMnii Lnarfeff *<1^ dh ina ro«m. ihrouan nan. 

ttim and eil ortA w»h #yea* ler.yi. ii> reiMnt- (b»d-'*^r kitiian and baihri,>m. 

(ruit Itee* eolv ■'' * l,rwV p tcba*'r ••‘•s a'-.i.-r a mar OH-O-Ma'le he** 

Iw.-.B trim. y#(im,t »Uw rti.l nan .» r.r 1' • $19 $00 

I Tn m.u nla>.a fall aii.n Uf. B#a,7i fnr -•t-i.;. -all Ur l.-y. PKIC* ,?li,JUU* 


0-d Rry.;*i-.n«<. rr— EVfr.'lM DUPLEX 

OAKLANDS i:.r‘r'k r;r.u:r‘t:r.L:’%‘ ir£a 7 errj;Trr;*"xo^^ 
MOVE IN FOR XMAS amh «^V. 

- s^VL-r.r'’ fiV'irr;*^^ $5750 

.and Thtnu^aBoi"'"*' npo"**.**”*! 

Jr« Pect...«, .4#r ,.hktr and 4-tK# C ^^CA ‘^•' ’ 

1*411 up*, ytax.ae i« j •*.** ,*^, $ 2 750 ’’ 50X/U 


To y»« pl>*<# r*H AUan Me 


»t#w ‘nil 
fnr •'fiilc 


OUU»J*y KV3.J413, ra* (V 3-4(70 m*. fV J 7370, r*4 


nan >«"R'< 
all Mr b.'d- 
KV 1 3I<)1 


pk^cT''^. $12,51 

Ctil M' Ye*'», rv ? 5l«l. 
ret IVl-Va.y 


"BOARDING HOUSE' 


, I SUPERB bungalow 

I SELECT DISTRICT ai- waiie i.m •*•-; iieatlna *. 

' I ip/ijiriiwi ,«iir#d COUP4# ar 

Iar4 A irgly l*a*.y oraam hrxna wi*>- a rami,> tagupiii^ 4 brdtnncnt 
Iter* amart. atinkrn Ul 130*4t a i:*- l*oiinii*«ra tumptita* ta* iivina 
lip# DK aia# ,ab kn 3 luvaly nao runm dinlnt ro<un tyiin-*.#ad hto- 


FRASER 


Modern Rockland 
Residential 


SECLUDED 

MODERN 

ESTATE 


If TWO aituld like la atari A ifdJy |aa*'.y oraam hnma w 
a tmall (ioardma noot# bar# amart^aonkan U0 13 0*41 a ir 
la ypor fhauita A lio# f'** DH n*# '#b k»* 4 lu»#ly n 
#il#r IIP* horn# with 4 bed- '#•« auiatnaiu ml b*at r 


BISCOE 


Ue*i (nr rbil- by 


■ e 4 ar-.nwn anhi* PtHe 


rnomt •■#*! with a #a«h :*«n< witn patio Br*' -iiunir a#- 
baata. littac room and dm-,i>«ti*ci igparp eunttructum. 
int room, lari# ki'ehaa. ' tnou* ifititiec rlote :n A ar*irl 


; i, e rhi *nil briahl eablual kllciwn 


Conrralad ctairway laada li> 1 aic# , 


■math, littad room and dm.,r»«i'*d luparo eunttrucium. I *'*' •?***’', 
int room, lari# ki'ehao. ' thou# ifi»«titt alo*e :n A ar*irl If!* Y.*’* ' 1"^ •••IM T*»«* 

oil h#at naw copper plumlt- bam# for «h# aaaini ff 1 A OrtA ** inima*ni*te 

ln« tml*l IP Ih# baaamant pru# if *a!r ^ ' ^,OUU K 1 I ^V^O 

K.rwh"".‘™ii liViC '«*■* r*-*™ T.,-. 

naar ebureba# and ibupnlna yia« can Mr ( !**n*nt« KV 3-4413 

can.r.__Cl*.r ei 1 QAA CAREY ROAD 


OtiTa-m Caal'KBar faraind 


$ 'i J nn/\ Ttart old aod inimacuiaie 

' 4,800 i:;.!'-. S 1 . 50 C 


"rp,""' $ 11,900 


KVS 1707 f«*0Ui(t Tarmr arroniad to K 1 A OnO 

yiTW can kft ( iam*nt« KV 3-3413 


A* WAwr^B. ...... Mr-darn al-^rm 3 Wdromn* ' ood b\iiK t#a year* i<# to 

a# ra^uORA AVKTtvK IV 1-MiJ («ui patroiwnl *iin apa-a Im# Uj* bi()ia«i ip#* i(|i aiian« if.!' ta 

Dt.ya-Ui Caainmar farain* 1 lumpy* i4.vm l*raf I. Una rp..m i Vtrfor'a » (M|i«iand- 
u Ul i.«a ms r raraind | *«« dininc ra»>u. i 4wi vi ft h't pfaparttet Pira.jn# aoirane* 
i Va’Uy nriu>- TMI< ft iKda THAh l*r*# room wHn viliat 

r\A\y DAV/I )>^-W IU.\«TIU4 dZ^aAA •**“ »l«dlof doort openin* 14 
L7/\lX DAY' |TIu,> CUdTt O I O, JUU ba'ift DR -*en «I'B fP 1 

. . . « Je..-!. wv • ia*- , OBdfoomt 1 0*'nr’n.-!7ii. ««cail#nt 


antra- re. mil h^emrni wlJ'Va'i'lVh ^ $5750 

!nBd»r.. aiU*‘..«a fP nan at ■ i;?. 

,Jr« pecmami .hr ,ihat- a..d 4-pra C I*!7^CA 

1**11 up*. *t#,..#e Id J .^,,e $12,750 '■ 50X/U 

Linr”^* *r^#.'m”'’*n* inu hJo* H *.i*a.7, KV 3 ?;il KV 4 7030 Roommq HoUSe $ 14,700 

W«U iu «4»ik fi Ffti htil piu« K r»n$ 

I.N and drr fi„l paoi. ann uo., $1000 HOWM ' "j’*'*'' aul*wna'ie 

and plumbad for waaher i <J\J\J U'L./VVIN •*•*#. 7 J a»«r-a«#np un|.*. »$ «!• 

li'*!- A; it4i>L<yi (lipi'ti Ai-i*ioa Ymir . -lanr. in hava ibia aider Ram*. 

03 000 lu hapdia K 1 A ZAA 1 ”adem Ba*na with tond->i» ^ '' ♦ *“*• 

Pu‘1 prue ^l’A,OUU linne rm lar** a.:, ati n.a'ed ‘ 

for appoiB'jnenit to >.#• Haatar aod ranu* ayppU-d -> 

pi'**a call Mr Crkc«m*t ; horn* la m I'tad $AO^O ■ ■ a . e^r.. 

KV 3 3431 K>e*. fv 3 1170 rejmer. Full orica L_J A A D ' C 


VKJIIU K Jm f '.:ar» ,inve*iy W*Il lo «*ii cBrpar ri fni h*.l 

I lianae'i ,i • 1-N and d,r fuil paint ann Ijo. 

^1 vert impra-.ive *|ii>ta*rh la ihti b'‘*i Plumbad for waaher HA 

'Intoly >»»m# BituB'ey on n**>lf b'**- A; luatiai {lipi'ti i 
■n »ira*i '*0 of park-iik* itad nr- 03 004 In hacdia K1A 


03 004 Iu hacdia 


$12,600 


: * .M,T»ee (ytaernwni. autoyna'ie .<«! 
•***e. 7 I- 4f«r.af^nK MBM*. IS «1B 

t**M,e» n. »e m Rvea Mfa R*m»- 

■a e eVkSAV 


for appoiB'jneni* to >.#• Haatar sod raaua 
pi-*aa rail Mr Crkctmay I hnm* I* ta I'md 
KV3 1431 K>e*. K V I 1170 rejmar. Full prira 


i inimaauiaie 

SI 1,500 OAK BAY! 


Ot RV 4-:/437 


I|IK* Prlte V ' ' / e 

Pie*.* call KAfU OUtLVlK b-dar -«pe byi.# 

KV 3-rm ar CV •-41I3. m'Hl.ii.icd D#dtrt 


OAK BAY 
CASH OR TERMS 


In# •ppnlntinent* 

FAT Mf’RFHT. KV 0-O741 
or KV 3-40*4 

"JUBILEE HOSPITAL 
DISTRICT" 


"DUPLEX" 

14.040 CABH 


kv"3.074T"*r rv tn'tl.ti.H d ven Dadtm. Lfl ■« 1 "JA LJ/DXACD on 

ii* full Datrmrn; ly.iv tnuiut.^ I OU nL/fVlCiX itLe. 

>|al* «t tl.tcir Df ,n iJiadr *„.i I 

"CASH $4700 CASH" lv^a ./e;rho:t‘ ir/;:; view 

?h» **Jut?*" MWly'nllplSd fbU*^rtca $6900 $3000 DOWN 

bynta’ow Tltta# tiadroem. inra ciatcr k> ]-iu 34 aytuiot* Imm4«u4*te l-yi-oid »'« t*. 4 tpa- 
modarnitad kiirhaa. *0101 rtouarm* Clirarful r*» kll oka 

B*» hfoimi. *1*0 taatunna rtAK’ DAV , dThlfif 'o#,# lull b.nu, <m-o- 

• *M !f aar#t# ■«‘1| v./nr\ d/AT or-m t«ra«e | «a tni TV 

vnrkthap Thia beru*# ha* rASW OP TFPAAQ , •t4;euot in- immedUt# poa- 

baen drtitkallr radutad UASn UK I CKMi '*#, ion AtfKlNO e-iAOCA 

fn: • c*.h aal# r*ll Doo e.*t.*m, *1 Ityir* at i_.' PtUCK SIU*05Ul 

FAt'^RFHTKV 3-0741 iV'T.**'* With *erm* Phana O Hatjei. 

BILEE HOSPITAL I’i;;: ESTATE 

SALE 

KING REALTY exclusive 

ri YAitmtw RLtx; «v jaii 

1 \yA(~AMX |fr»v« 3-ROOM bH’Crro DthOA- 

VACAfN I luw, bUU. HAhrMKNT hot- 

I I /-\\*, r%^v4/a.i I VATKh H3AT hituaiad at cainar 

LUW LKjWfN of Maiitrove and th# Rt»# DO 

PAYMENT I "P'*’ DimiRB tkhakt rie*.*: 

$ 10,000 

and FP f>ill tmaeqt'nl otlB ... 

touphad-ln Rumou# flca.m !<■!. o a"’"Dmi&iS^i"a!i“»‘iiia 
haaiad roam 4 * ry’ old FifM " BROWN*. KV 3-J4J3 

rtair eondlllan MONTTfLT PAY I 
3*eVTN Ah I'FVr OWNER WIU.. 

$14,300 high gorge 
"'$7600 Sown”' ^ '« 

•r Cot. bunaalo* riof* In aetyiLet 

Build, vu ihi4 < BK hem# I*l Aui-itPaiK noi a. tar Baa* IK 
|riri«4de<! tn i-vye'f hfW arc* I4#?0 L*'** atae ran tit. piiimi.ed I 
MiA m!|# «v«rt«rT> F6, TurOtat utility r.-mn 3 bcdfoomt. aap #*, 
infcrme :*>n >il Anna UmtaiAMii. *«a Apptna 1 OOd a# ft A a**n- ' 


■ >iah‘# iiim# iBdnatp* rati.'ul ‘ 
pianninc *yj mu.'h finuirii I'lrn '*»**• 
• gracio-i^ U.lrit We ar* v.r. ' 

Ol#*-evi (n hate Iwelj aPD-IIBI#! ” 

ih# Kae.k. ire a#«ntt Prire, 


. ....... « Jr.miu rv • I**y ■ oaorooro* r oa'nr’n.-tTH. ««caiian 

4 200 I aftlr# KV 2-l'lPl ' •'ichen w!iH etan in*»jr-n fa,.; 

rr . »»e.t.M ’ I t**Tr faalura t*-*ul tt; ;ie 

If -ju ara RrruiKP or caiy. I .i,^,e nirn# indnatp* rpfi.'u 

lamp.aMnt a ma«a t« a .mai'ar piannm* aij mu.h finuihi |,y,, 

hare »* tOl H uftpvi ; ’• ir*c'<vi‘ l)»l'it We ara v.f, 

VJ'''.!. 7’“*‘ N[P\A/CTP A pia*.evi ,« hate n#en app-iiai#. 

H.r.jae 1 nedroMB Iwmc 1, INCVV.J I LA\L/ ih# Kae.u .re at«ntt Pn,f. 

h.va ,,':ed in a Iniit time _ . 

lmmt.ai-e in etarf retpeek,' KAI.TY LTtX $CO 7RA 

nr* batarrent aiTT OH. MciT- 100 fort KV I llll' ^UY./DL/ 

WATKR IIKAT nu c-lrt I.uom ... 

• Ih# anilr# rrawl ipaie iT* NE^V^^NHA " * Knaatf KV 1-34.1 aoyiimc 

“r^SmV' «~w.*a’L'„a?;*‘‘LTil 3 BEDROOMS PLUS 

Pf aiurtt# haparate «ar*te 1 i'll SO DOWM 

lv..‘;.v*.::j'“aii:pp^"/Vn‘?:^ «.^rci5y^«l;rm ker i stephenson 

Fhona Mm wr..« f.ryt-cl*#i rao- . Tp. 

KV fiili horn* Tv * »LV •»'* On‘»h. boaatad LTD. 

■\ t 141) at bpm# rv 3-4147 ejn.# ta Oorfa Mater# py«ri<M>klBc w , . • .. . 

pwrk na h>ih #it# Bn room# i Uembfr Unltip.# LUtlnc Burtiti 


H't pfpparrjc* pi#t.jn# aoirane* ecc tni CA».t Anr^/^ 

l*r«# liyit'i room wHn ViHat jtt -K I ^ I iAN AKDO 
■;**. iiidiof donrt apanin* 14 (Off Son PhfHrrtf 
lar«# pa'.B DR ,'en WI'B FP J , 'Y rearof 

, laadnicm* t bt'nr’v.-iyii. ««caiiant ailrtvOta 1 Bniroom *.‘h 

I (lichen w!iH etan m.-Je-n f#,,:- T*"** h«n4i*«i with low 

Illy Ey*rr fatlur# f-*ul tt; ;ir fl'*" J'l"' P"" » b* 


Mr. Wfichi KVl-TlIt KVI'Oins 


...h' picture 

POSTCARD VIEWS 

$14 $DD ***• Ml Bkkar #nd ihr 

i-itnd# from IhU 3 rm byny# 


HAGAR'S 

SI 000 DOWN 
ONLY 

$1000 DOWN- 


SEE 3914 ASCOT ORIVE^w^Th *0.1 “"*{’ 'do«V]? »V'.« ''•1 !!- «f «hu »• 


KAtTY LTa 


NEW — NHA 
3 BEDROOMS PLUS 
$3150 DOWN 

nw #cb>«v*m«nl in initrlDt- 


$59,750 


W C Board CV l-li.t aoyiim# 

KER i STEPHENSON 
LTD. 


FAIRFIELD 


prrmtrad rump*##, #y:rt riactric I 
autlaiy — aprritlly laid out far 
crawinr family and ronvanfaneal 


<n te'itie wi'h riitiilay B'^ti crawinr family aod ronvai 
• » >ur •!' araf pa- i»f tvHwtewifa Aini>n(tt all 


ay,' raw nea'in. 

If. I 0-*«i wryi* ■■««■ 
l*e Vandvk. . bs .*, 


rr KING REALTY 

Till# homa ., ofl’y n! la V-» l\^/ f 1 

yaoia old and ha# tit# i-n- ri YAlUtnw m.tx; CVjajl 
pnr'tn' fr#*ar# al b#in« 

»#j)-by|« With iw# tad - 1 VA(“AMT 

r«nm* la tha mtin hnw# vrAwe-yi'i t , 

thar# U ti'P t iwn-rnnml I f\\AJ rkD\A/KJ ' 

auH# with b#th In lha full lA/W tKJWfN 

batamcni •huh ha« • ♦ PAYMENT 

1 ’* Modam 1-llR hama aiUi Iar#a LB 

lau'rea A ytr*a «al*0 bt« btaamani wiin 

rich black mU and toph*#. LemiT'‘l2nm pyV.i 

ftDd uLUTVii 4 * ff t>i<| JnfM 

In tbundanea Cloaa lo th# eltn eondlllan MUNTHI.T PAY | 
Wi'fiat and JubDr# V- owner Wll.b, 

piUla. ihta la • homa of C OKN loKR ALL 1 A a DO 

aolid VarnUrt $ 1 D $00 * $ I 4,^U 

End Btua ^lU.DUVJ Be. (inracer eye. KV 3-BMI4 

'HtnPHUA^ $ 1 000 DOWN 

KV 3-0741 ar KV 4-1014. .h ,. . NH heme ♦let 


VACANT 
LOW DOWN 
PAYMENT 


Aaamd eimilar bl(H p'la.ity boine* and, 
rrntraUa t'(c#"d kt au narrt nf 
rliy #i’h nutik #.-ret« in i:yun*ry 

I BrhOdlt vnofiplpy (eu*ri. till 

I tlub barkt ai>4 iran.itnrt wi'iiin 
' minute* An upturiutrad tup- 

Mi.TiA Ouaiity horn* In Vi -ui-.a >>- ->i 


la ..rr DA\e i tlub barkt ai>4 iran.itnrt wi'iiir 

|JA/V\tj DAT I minute* An upturiutrad •«*■ 

1 A'*. ,1 i.iler hunaaimt •*** Pu*‘*'» home In Vi -ui-.a «.• .1 

I iB-«e |,v.na , eun a nd '*'1 


d i .'tn I* Ih wiih fir*i>it*a 

>-i i.atrrTf'nf 'ail fiaaf lul «uai«,U*mi 
ha>>ei a.'n b'*mrr Thar# i* a I 3' 
• ->*< ra,n<>r aiich#n .’tapamtal • 


ra.ncr kllchan .Vparni, 
t*'*(e arwi t»-H-k«h<ap ten tteli 
••'•tn jfardeit lull 


••'•tn Jfardeit lull 
(ui'a ni'ii ierm* 


000 aOVKR.*(kn(KT miKIT 


■UART PEOFI.K BtincWD 
fLUFt-K 

HERE'S 

HURRY' HURRY! 
hRMi'U.V $14 950 Kl O L-ZIV^INIL o 

iTmr#*j»'*[ V»e'u4»» a##ni. w Re'ier. No. 7 REALTY & INSURANCE 

.Vjmrntai KV 7«n. ttei. rv j.irtU HAPPINESS SELLING i.., 

WATERFRONT FOR ONLY S 80 

$7700 Wen bulk. m*y. a hedr-u.wi inmBPlm# UNLY $80 [ HOME PLUS INCOME 

.. J.y*. Wo t »nld liar#'* aaotbcr X J. Ttil# 1oa#iy modern buniakiw 

lha aama laltnaa 'IW'* H-prrw inr. mill fr##t. wn i tataa t r.-l ....r: ttiii. (.... rw ... . 


(.1 inar'y wltirh ewuid b* «ub 
‘ ditiaadJ aurrnund *:ii* Oil O 
I M»uc hn>-watet haa'ed bun«a 
* Iu* Can ba handled cm -aty 

a'". $11,500 

SEE 1625 HOWROYD 

I Braod paw NHA rrady tor t>r 
, ■ 4pan<y I badrm* full 
ml ha*< well buUi aird hr«u** 

; fully finiwhwd and of (oiirta NHA 

' •- r-r*! 

XV V fill Mr Lukav e>'aa. 

- OB T >040 nr Mr C Miancf 

rta* KV 4-7014. 

I We m**.a ihe Fanifi.u’a 
j Wa would *i*ureri«’# rwir 
I fia'inc* 

I Fi-r {.ivi'l** h’.ma' #nd i*— :• 
•r'.e* pleaie rat) KV 0 5411 M,» 

llnr:h Nidnr* *51 V 


I wi't All tiaai uoubia (ana* 

b*anll(u:'.'. ifead,And aori«hfip frail irre* On.y 


room#rf aaTni-Nunaalow <4 b«d> 
coama, fyili utaamant. HA pipa4 


v;“on*’''‘?!:.'S”* $10,500 ;-rei‘\r.;i 


Clear tiHa aK'uaiea wnb 
3(r Ca*. rv 3 7101. 
la*. KV 4 3014 


HAYNES 


DICKIE & CO 

REALTY & INSURANCE 


, OffLt* **»trly J.0O0 *d tt Neat ' -J I-' 

$i 6,900 

rLovr.nnAix near quadra 4 

rnoiyi. ba<l>i<mm (lani-' na.a. , . , . 

N,";,., $6500 WATEF 

fitlOR ST Ne#| tn*darn buntalaw ' 

« room*. hatJirnom Laraa a.ta BCOUfit 

Land>e*t»ad Frtr# $8500 Own Set 


KiTpX $5200 

J M Taylnr. KVi-Mti. *«#« 
KV 4-0043 

H.AQAR * SWATNC LTD. 

014 r*t#a et 


ISLAND HOMES 


JMI a Wllh telin* $6350 

(*:aa«« tulf Pater Vand'h#. 
KV : »y,T 


$1000 DOWN 


WATERFRONT 


HAPPINFS$ $FI I iwr; '-•-iMORTIMKR BT Modertv tMirc*.] 

ri/-\rrn>cQQ DCUUlfMO ij] g, cv >-4113 KVI-4144 p#dro«m». ,an# litin# rwom 
POP OKII V IDrt I rarpnn. Autamatic oil ho|.»ai#r 

FOR ONLY $80 | HOME PLUS INCOME $8925 

Ha t *(ild liar*'* aaotbcr X J. 1oa#lr modern buniakiw 

WtU.lAMS RPBCIAL Lario cream *'Ui Urt* tJt and ftratilaca u , AN0KR80N AVK Brand oav. four i 
aluecood bom# framed In a vhlt# •hap# dininf roam. 3 larfl* OR*. ' f<h>ma mtllly room. tlr#htar# , 
piriei f#na#. If you ara #paca wo* | ampla alnaaij rab #I#c klWh#a. ' *'*''®*'*^® 

yriou# #lrcub eui In th# 1.004 «« I K.EC ITUJTY ROOM. All ia*la- P«‘‘» JOOUV* 

1, f®®*B (Nior# ara | fullr d#eoral#d and arranead ' Plata# aak for W Jona# KV 3-1303 

|lltiaiitn« inlaid oak irith a. Oil O Viatic heal Ha# fun b*<a . aTaoina* 

. Mrsd#!- : mam with i#(Bi #*111* 7' • reil-l 

lhf» Bant* a' |?« par month Arlhdr • H*rn#« lid 710 far* 
rablnet ktirhjM Jlfad for alwiMe ,hi, on ntr# lot u#> R. - KV l-IUi 


WATERFRONT 

nORDON (TIAD 

Bcouliful Views 
Own Seofrontogtt 
Almost on Acre 
3 Bedrooms and Den 

with larm# $14,700 

Call Uti Pinflald KV 3-4040 or 
KV3-T3I1 


•ve#. EVILF* ■lltletiio* inlaid oak irlth a Oil € 

MCI*/ MW A Ruman oHck llraplar*. par«ual- • mant 

I INCW NMA llporad ihru hail brtihl chrery ' in#» 

$1970 OOWN rablnet klirhan wired fur alaetrie *.* , 

Ye. 3.?T0 ,* ,fHH,hyn^pavma^ 

v *u 1^1 to mpyr# In',* thi# Nand | bOMmani wiah oil aulomallr heat- 
I f*e» hum* nf la'ia llvihc - dinin< Utc <no atruycllna with coal or V 


ranir. 4 pirr# fern bath Two iMrdrr 


l#»e* l*V :-0l70 

.M ...... e.«' $2000 DOWN 

ba**m#nt Two l-toadroom K70 QO A kAr\ \ 

apartmobta with *#p*raia ^/V.OA A fVUU. 

(HiUtd* anirtnc## Iwrta RyrapiinnallY ion# S.hedrnnwi 
•fiarioua room* alectne noma with tM*#niani rumpu# rooin 
rania* lb Mtb apanment* 3,4 b#droum 
includtd $07nn >OT NHA -« 0- MANY EXfHA. 

at BUILT-IN FRATURM 

Owoar iniara.iad In •mall *’>•« »'» *-7rAr-»td b«»# m »ba 

TON HA«AV«V !■''« this on THMEI 

•0KV 3-0141. $11, 950, 

U# Kollbart. ##*• KV l-OSIO 


d^flut ...... #emw> *.e-m wa mwv 

iVYDU New •(•-uftrr'a bunaalow in au- '**" f'uyemeni wilh taraife mi | and ta J. year* youni 
03 >00 down 9erb l«rauon with prtya'e I STOP AND THINIC 

fled Bcherba ,n* RV t-3443- R#a. to on# #f th# «o*4 da«»rabu aandy , ll’.. lha ^Al terrlfio jatu# ihrr# I# her# 

IVJ-Uei , baa. he* within ■ mil## of Vwtori# ~ l* $ 1 T $0(1 ^ViV.*V2A'SL,*L‘2?.5*'7" 

Thera ara braaih-takmt *aa*e#o* <*“' month «ar, pair of- 

and rnuuniam .law# and Ih# bom# .tlY ^^*^* 1 lTV« off#n. ThU 


03 300 down 


$9950 


rnom with fuaplaia and mah<«any < wood* Clo## ta tyaryihlnt. y#i on 
panatlini imarl kii,-h«ti three i-.al a «u>#4 lr##d localton Thla ar. I 
<u*dr<**<n* frvr piara haih thru h#D, I tr*rllv# bom# la on a apactoua lot I 


r $ 17,000 

44 000 down l>owd trrtQi 
Call Mr Haua> KV I 43IX. 

#««• . rv 4 04BI 


LANSDOWNE AREA 

ANOTHIR loy#l| 3 b#drM.m HEARD 

hame 3 year* a’.d. wiih irand 


CV^I I ICIV/C M* 0fbi#ct#d from in# pr#vatlln# 
V 0. wind* Th* lara* llvinc roam ha# 

1 z A r - 1 k A k A f‘ AV/r- Mlactfd mapM hardwoud floor*, a 

64 blWWj AVh. f‘r*ol 0 r»- obd map- 

lnitlr«nl otetur# window* eytrlooK- 

Immedcote Possession ISt ..n;;!’..?,” 


W. K. MrMahnn KV 33111. 
#ya«. <;R 7 I4». 


t 1 $AA ^amn i#r near LR and DR allh rab *i#r kHehen 

‘“J. beauilfwlly ananarl Drh* ir 


IT ta ?hJ *,2trw5 2s*" On-O Maiic heal m ' '»> •I'otrM raw. A liViw 

‘"BKU.“ltK*VnVALOTrrf I ^ IM.VrU.INn"‘^N pHTBPl^r' uL^HiS'ilSaraSiV'^iadta-'l.t* 

And jwu'U raalUf lha wotufarfal $ 1 3 350 KrT-i ’•5 _ 

aalu# h#r# Rinp K, 4 W1U.IAMB ??!l. . ■ ' iJS ■* >5. ,LS»ta „h*I “ ?*!* 

anytim# at KvVdIii N#rthw0l^*^ *;, «•;?'»■ , . SMART RATKROOkl FUI.L BABB- Ht* ffiA«(^I'tr?7tlM Wr*^. !n^ai * 

wrn iorsiH'l#* of Vlciorik Ltd K- KV 3 4418; MIOfT. HEW 44 DAL HW UNIT aSJ JlIIll. *.iL •* ' 


ia ta the market to 

BKU-' 8ES ITI VALDK ITf 
Aod ymi'U raalUr the wotu3#rfal 
valu# h#r# Rina K. 4 WILLIAMB 


rranj^ 'PI#..# aak fr^W^Jon#. KV 8 - 03 O 3 BUILT FOR COMFORT 
mJrnh* Arlhwr B Harn#* lid Til Pari AND IDEAL LIVING 

7VtArt * **** ”**' orrlaM af tha pMllt« 

UUO whet# you would li%# a hatiar 

' homr' What 1« *n*ir trouble* u 

|tl fKJWN PAYMENT* MONTULf 
**'* tin i/^s f“vrf-r\ PAYMENT* FULL PHtCRr If m 

VA/MO FvFR 'Toubi#* art «y»rl trrain#«a 

5FA I ^ •'*' *** •«*' '• • teriiifu# 

LJCA'OrY BUYt It It a brand naw ciiatom 

bydrowm Ht/\KL 7 bunatlow «r#adf •• thr#a 

> Brand wtrk*i haa a raallr lara# lUtac 

kilrhrn n,-»,,r*n- iwwt r '’***"' ■ Roffiait brick fir#- 

ftobfV SA-^rsQ T”mv5 Tv ' etblwi ki«h#B. 

' umo "r^m ° Arkpi^ 7 f A 


"NEAR JUBILEE AREA" 


int lea anil b#arh tmi will lav# SACRIFICE $ALF 
ih# dr#am klirb»a and familv-aia# 

be#akfa*t n#«k with lunahui# win- C A I D C I C| P\ 
dow#. HUMi with oi#nty of tood ' ■ I r\ 1 I C. L. Lx 
rabincta and wlr#B for an #l#«lric /— 1 r r- A 

rwftf# Tbwr# 4# a four-uiar# P#m-'( I (JSt I CJ Sr/ 


ttlMB «P I I if’JsJ TCDIAC nawa wim lunamn* win- 

U># Kallbart a##* KV 3-00IO I I CKMj dow#. fiUMl with pl#ntr of tood 

I FtKABK 8K1 T«ia lOYKLT M^f^r-^VJp^^^^ 

aOLUCX IlKAfTY mW LTU 

8 bodroocw# lari# U«tnt| ARKF *h«tii IL tWa u #n #KcapuoBaJ . *}'}* ,yny!^tl*ynd r*t. 

room wiui ftreplaY* Nira! V«,L.r»lNrsC I hum# You ow# 14 to your*elf to FllN amal# rlo#*i# and r#r# birch- 

rompari kftchan haart*-. f a. I »ea U $0$rtn u 

n#orf. y#rr «lr*ir#bl» hot,.* 1 , , az-w PRICK..., .. ^tOUU In 4h# hi«h r#»#ni tMaamani 

fh. .Bfone wluOBf 10 0#( WALLACE COURTKBY -m AU. AOKNTB I 0?l''o 

do*# t# *'i'>*tf# or fat- yy» vw^e >*.«*_ Phoo# R B Hlii* ev t.iai*- *00 oan uii-D-Miiic 

■ K;;r^,L"^sr:!,v .t.™'". 

$8950 STAIR WEARY? | rw.. , cr homf"; 

with **WToaimal#ly 31 004 Than aa* ihU truly charmtaa b#n- 1 ^ LLCK nUfVltS I ‘.JV* **!k/*^ 

down Frk# tnelud#* naw t fiiow with h# atap# lo elimb 1 (SF RFAI \/AI IIF ••"•Uf woFfyt*#d by th# buildlni 

oil rant# Purihar dataita , Cooaiet* of two bedroom* lir,' r\L/M. V/NLUC >r#ntrocl«r who daalfnad ihU hun- 

ph#a# L A fld'iir#*, »» cob klUhao, *onu» hath. . *4 io* •ilk ai im *'*•* ipoclal caro for bia 

BVS-0T4I! ro« KV 30840. 1 wn “ • ** *•• “* *' *•• '»*n D*# 

cnnrtiUnn Oil heal Doubi# taracf ' | trill ni homi. 30 304 wHh ft 304'**^ •ulcktr th«r# 1* adll 


hour lalrphona *»r*to# Ramiemhar 
COME OOT A.ND BKR FOR TOOIU 

SELF. 


iird. EV 8 4413; 
EV 4 04U 


,““ 77 ;,Sl FAIRFIELD ^ comfort is king 

CLOSE to sea I *2000 cash i| 

':rs^i;i| 'r »«'•. 8 yrs -4 bedrms " 

lar* wirco |.o#afw,ja,_ m; r 4 ^ iandKao#d aardcn. 0 r#*r* BKCtmiTtlS 


hkw^*alTw umr:i Jo';;; “i •L* 

PUROtO ROOF OARACIB PAVFJIi 2? •" SPSOO 

DRIVEWAY- FENCTtO PRIVATK, w« i laan'.s m TmW 

YARD wnit 7 FRorr TRnw 
ROCKERY. IJ4WN CLOaS TO 


SctlOOte AND BURnt— FOR, •**‘*»" ot U4 

FURTHER INF0R3<A110N CAtt. — 


IBRI'CE CARTWRIOHT AT' 
that PV3I7II ANYTIhnr ABKINOl 
ill X- ONLY I0 4M RORTtfWBfTrRN 
rear* BRCinflTtCa OF VICTORIA LTD I 


QUICK POSSESSION 


$8950 STAIR WEARY? 


COtlRTEBY TY) AU. AOKNT8 
Phoa* R B HID* EV 3-1433: 
r#« KV 3-4011 


SMALLER HOMES 
OF REAL VALUE 


TW vuenm. P»sn. • kAmw ma »uk ei am * 

luiimy room All In immarutat# bom#. *4 Md wiui ll.dBi .^^n D*# 


fli*#pla'# OBd dan Oll-O-Milic 
haatind and carport*, of ruuraa 
Iftrjr daiail from Ih# «uorlai in- 
culatian In Utt walla and cwillna# 
ta Ih# chartrawaa-tintad aturra (in- 
lab and Durotd raot ba* bean i>at> 
•wnallr raparyiocd by Ih# buildini 
cantroclor who daaltnad ihit bun- 
■alow with ■pacial car# for bia 


A ntw>lr-da#orat#d 3-b#dr#04« bnn« 
ffainw, ready to mv« Into nth! 
away Cnaprtalnt rrrr amart 
littn# rwnm with oak floor an4 
firaplaca. lorf# rablaot #l#elrte kll- 
thaw with kaauitfwl •iM'ine rantd 
and air coadlilcaot Duo-tb#rm ell 


"3 YEARS OLD" | 

Loraiad OB a itra#l of naw 
home* luat off Bheiwourtk# 
In iBo UolvwrHir dlatrict - 


tminl# Prie# $1 1,550 

I Mr* Wallara fV 3-f704 KV 4-04*1 


Kll CC/Y hAWB — - - t r\jn wman iSKau 

J3 I I homa, 33,040 with 33.4B0 '• '*• •• ♦m'f *#raonal NORTHWESTERN BBCURnTM [THlm INFORIMTtON 


To ttaw fileaae roll Allan Mcoil- ,l,- «..i. v-. t. 

Uvrar. KV 3-448I, Raa KV 3-4010 Tl*'* '.5“ 


laMa* aiN you and ynur family 
Will b# ahia lo rclabrtia Xma* 


SEAFRONT DUPLEX 


tbta praciieallv naw 8-tw*d- With rnMnilMlcnt water naw 
rnom aiwccw baodblb* *Hh rantal* lU and 304 Tbta :• an 
a fuff bB*dmrnt 1* realiaue romfortable <#p# ntep#rtv 


realiaue romfortable <#p# ntep#rtv 


$1950 DOWN 


m*t-:?r'“-durter^ 4uo carey road 

**** . rvWtl* ?«“KV^.*oi 


awn haarih by KOO OCn — =r— * - T- 

tha aoa P P >ZZ,7DU Pf>UR RKDROOM. O-O-M HRAT. NOrr 

With i#rm* Lorjre (amtiy horn# in (in* 0tatrK( , 

w...!., only. 00 000 Owner , 

Call Kric A Mteladyan. North- ,*nta amall hon*e out «f swwn ^ 

weiiarn Baegrltl#* wf Ylalona Ltd piMw ..ii kari. rwm vtw 
tVI-mi^4-hr talanhon# barvU# KV4!ay*i?, Kv^.aiia M«h. l-.r 


Call CTHXL HARVEY for waaurn Barurtllaa Ltd cawiprlalna LR. c 

«a*oii# and 10 maka an ■*• fmymm Lid ^ 

K UlimaBt 4. inipoct i BOITH OAK RAY ••»• ‘“I « 

5-f1tl dr tv 0-4400. Kf aoie hv <mmer kav'nt inalodod nfU. 

a#mi tatajUKey 3 Ma, hlnetr rrron ^(UCK ONLY 
J*. and ai-hnrd No *d^a Davia. Phoa# O Nana 
— ■ ■ . >04 M'ddtrvy A*d. KV 2-4UI3. Raa. EV 


cawiprlalna Ul. cab kll badrm, 
4-0«a bath and atiiiia Vary Bail- 
able |nr ra'n #d aonpla Oil ran*# 
Inalbdod mU- FC^c/^ 


_***_*? REVENUE I Tlira# bod room* familF bunftlow, ihamr AiftnnMiH' howl cirmn ond MtiVATb awMui a f mm itTiFjj^ i h^»im ~n-~.uj*i- 

?5750,“u7;fS:S 


boi • »*iar beatod h a lb e * tuTun mr%n\A i * bfdroom*. plua rwrraatiun ; A ntwly-decoratad l-badroooa bun- 

Priced wall helow markat "’*^1008 It *11 I.IVINO NO^. i r^om. dtiv#.in i*ra<#. oil haat, ■ - — — ffainw, ready to iwbva into nth! 

yalua a* it muat b# »«id i f • ", * 'L** A J ■*£• i dlntna ronm pretty #ior-( away Cnaprttlnt yer/ amart 

In tmmaculaia awBdltnm ! h* I TC H B N 'WiRPli I tylr kltchan and a couBlry at, iHrui# rwnm with oak floor an4 

and in a locatiow yuo ran yjiriJeTiT «97«- . *'*'“• replace- a C/LAADT C3I tVCD ' f'faplbca. lor*# rabfwt #l»eirlo kli- 

b# truly proad of. IToae 00 Jl.f/ 411 OOO jfV\/\K I BUYtK ■ then with beauilfwl elacinc rant# 

KhOBi* and all rony#nl4*nca# I ^*ATI)^ BABIffdKNT. , ai 1,777 ... and air coadlilcaor Duo-tb#na ell 

Ynur DhoBO rail la C. L RUUOHKD I N fU JMFVB ROOM.i *''^P T* '*'* hawtlnd. apaetou* atiUly asd tt- 

'BOKZ* F R A B f R b at , e™< 7CO RXTKIUOR DUROID AKin $fi(1 TAQH T! farnilT rxiroe. iach#d cbr^o wUb #p*« for r«- 

BV0-f741 or KV)-4I93 0111,82?'' KKCELLKNT 340 FT AlNU > I DUU LAllM .ailuaied In a Bond rrrdoljtreg. handy reaUon nm« ar w^abop aQ 
ha appr#fUt#d •• w# nuai ntEP txrr CLOM tN, OBBIR Off Oak Bay A»a •fucca 3-bed- *" *"5 arhnMa Th# eitmirr thta for only -ffltSll wad approk 

a«4t ihi* horn# aow Down ABLE DUITRICT HANDY fOR room homa. ala ttric c ablaet ktl- apnirind up hui lha merbw IT0 awBlhlv bb halaara afi#r 39 dSa 

parm#nt offer#. KOCAA BCMOOBJI AND TRAJ4BFORTA • Uhan afparat# dfitiRi area, full " nf# and «#an and aU narma arw TbU nearly o#« hom#^* 

Full p«ca ^TJVLF TIOH. YOU BHOUtO BRB THIRr"*”'*'* batemrni with 0rlva-in ?«.?'>• 0*^ eomen* ima#«n#Bl 4 yam vlU mII aaiaiy an hurrr 

FOR BU1U TEHkiS FDR FUR I aarate. madarnlaad ta nimferiabla '*^>< <*0 htal EACAA to f#t yovr affar bi CaQ TED KaT 

THWBBTERN BBCURtTIBB J***?* INFOR34ATION PLBAPI iiyinr callTVd Chartrei RV s-ff74t EUrfaln priced *( .. $ODUU of Nortbwaaiem BecurUU# »f^e- 

OF V.CTOM,, ITT. .SJ'TrMTTom*? s,"," »* »*» »* "»-«»■ 

wwncRN atcunrrna ltd be ‘ oak ray botth ev BdT4t nr^rv snibk w^inawiem t*arb oiji, 

- .. — h*. $J 1 0$n I-hedfonm huneilnw Brnwltl#* al VtPlorta Lid 

BEDROOM. O-O-M HEAT. **0^ — . 3>1 I wyin otl-riMaih- hoai r^rmind !lIS^ 

(amtiy homa In (ina atatrKt , ,il«tnt rnom wiih ftrwnlaey* PMii-aiwnl — — — - — "If"* kutamall# all ht«3 

prtr# only. 00 000 Owner rfr*;, ui-iiei*. c««- diiuli rmwn and KPICCUtATOR OR HANDYMAN Al ',"1? I^a-1n lamtt 

•mall h«n«e out nf iwwn . riTV Rf KCAIJ7W 'ftamf rahinei kbrhm^Bsm Palrtield —OliIaT hrnomed huncahne. 7 i!?.. laodionood lot. Bemf 

. ”*»’'U«hF«i* Null cemeM • otrviA. uoa eay Rewiijjjrt eniranr# 10 haaemen* Mam r*n-r*H 


OF VICTORIA. LTD 


*■‘0 PleoM rail KARL OOfLVfK. '7'*!. hanfaUpo, la |uH 

»“• .KV|.«14I ur EV3-#m. Nitctawaat- I,'!. *. oTaer^MII iwU% % 

er^UHt... M_VlctarU_LUt AUm.- v# LR Km lo.Ye 

ainviime Mawra 


11.000 DOWN 


HOMtS fr*^ mtrih mnf and tho trim 


0000 OOWHi 


O HtDey KV 9-»4Mi 
R#a. KV i-t3M 


(oadltMw lit 100 I O, Fauiok., MawtlaUi #r#a I4an Faiiick 

KV 1 0741 CM BV 4-004J. Norib- I EV 3 0741 R«i KV J 0444. North 
waakorw Bocurlttaa Ud. . w#at#ra Batu/Ulta Ltd. 


daubia olumbtnt t Inwn Ale# 


Miten waai^tii.riit'*" t»r»di”inFT-4444"*JBlB KV » i*w' ’'TauT^Frtw^ 4BB 

w#at#ra Boau/Ulta LM. | merit Co. CV 3714R ^Oiadawsa. iVIctaiia Lid.. «l Yaiea BL I Phaa# KV 3-3B4B. 


,1 


30 SatlM Colmrlit 

Tu«i^«y, Nevtmbfl* M 19SI 
IM H0LS^J4 for 

BRENTWOOD 

U <«n ivwn— 0 'M« M« vtfw t'-ur 

gnoj nwtt 

•iM tfii H4Urn« V> M 

I'fiMm IUi»rJi»r— V ht 

Corill iliMin-l irf o. ff 

NHA tMUnc* et tKUO 

NHA on t>« or m'-rr 

Holt CA«h IH TOD 

An-iui i OCT*. »i*h tnn^ 4 rof'mi- 

'■••h puniai''^ r-i 'p 

4(«rmsl - - .. 17 S"*' 

• Sral'rXM »Pr^. «<Alh ft|«<'<nul 4 

ftrdrr » Tm hMn# no “w flw* f"f 
rr<<rrm«m or tg O fl um on 'T*wrt 
to tUJ«^ PfK^ l4Jl«lO 

PtirM K*ahri| 331 or 3T* K 


IM HOr^F^ FOn «AT.P 


FACTS 


WHY nrrn 

WHYN A» LOW AA »«*0 00W"N 
WJU. OlVI YOf TWE I'HIP* 

ri5p rLKAAURA or 

OWSBRAHir BUILT fimlOlY 
TO -NHA •rBririr.\rto>.». 
TniRSX BBDROOMA AUTO oIL 
MEAT TH* LOT lA INCLUtJSn 
W THt« DIAL If YOU OWN 
VOCR OWN LOT 
D O W R rAYMANT )8 HE^«- 

8 ARY ron 

MATION rtlAAf "‘2^ 

ORCTN OR snvr RTErRINA 
tv » AMYT 1 ME 

tPITTAL LTD-. Ml PORT VI- 
fV 4-MOA. 


^'EMERGENCY SALE" 
*'$1000 DOWN" 

A-BEOROOM RANCHI.R 

■'iW WAwmii.rtv •" 

Ihi* n»™irff T»mT •' ir 

h-’mr Inr •' ***' 

triiM PT'lfAlA* J - 4 t •! "jiaW 
larfp It'in* n*im nmcn* *"4 ;ti 
CM-U4 KUrtirn Uuortrv. J 
tMthroKtn •JO' •Wwn>»i-' -i '»"■ 
fW't plW I ■’•'K I' ■"'* 

ran mthr «r»«l nA-:-'!"* 

un •■’ *l'»' prr w-wli ;r- .^ire U'!--. 

pl»iM> enn>»r-* m» ■' •• ■ 

si 2.700 

c*ii ity Ror.tRA •« tv J-A 74 I «? 

CR7«r4 N.intlMpfirrfl .Aar.>r<n^ 
«r VictoriA L'll- 


"EXCHANGE 
OR SELL" 

Tan «mI ■! ■ m 

bani«I"» nr»il*fi an l*pp»'*i>r«l 
In* »ith tiu« •( 7"~r 34 1 R. 

•flinUlt rnnfii lanifiri A'i'‘rn. 
IftU <tt eupimanl* *•(* *rfl. 
p;j* «n# in lull ;-*|h nat/nrr? 
0 «a finori Hir(**‘;.iui 

mahACnanv aMHlAiirai »o«l nor 
•:i* Oil pi'44fr of-i" A'*'i| 
fir trail* wji’v for €11 OSO 
Ur««r hnm* 

iiri iimt>*-nn Phnp* tV>-»74l. 
MnrtbvMtrrn 8*runti« •! VK* 

lOnt 

$400 CASH 

No Gimmicks 

T*t «* ran build an NHA l-nmrm 
tiain* tuU Marmrnt. ml turna' *. 
on nnr n( lhn*c Init Sir* 71 (allA 
•nrrd Ctn» II 1*0 t« H HW PI": 
aidlnt T«a ran pa* ll» PU 
ta»*^ tarluCKd f»r a *nott pnjiod 
pawn«nl« *iU tbro dioo bark to 
aeorox IT* PM Pnr lunh*r in- 
tormauna piraar phon* O«r 0 nn 
Uamhall OR »-373S Ban Pawrann. 
tv S Un Jack Prlinn. tV«-3.»4. 
•r ofOc*. XV l-)4M. 

BYRON PRTCX RKALtOM 

$1000 

OPPORTUNITY 

T« tnuld a bMuiilul TiwUnti bnma 
on a lara* leL Ut <*iih fimVai.-. 
diAint room, rah rirc la*. u*'i*»y 
room. Aplrcf hath and am****r 
bathrwm o« m***rr hrdTn. HaM 
IMV 4 flnora. Fui! ha«rn>rri nil 
haa' C*rnpn. Yimr n< r»w>r4 

Inaid* afwt nut All >nurp (nr It '**' 
and MATA a mnnh. For paniruiar* 

E mm rati Hra E M. UrKiaa. 
V MTm or EV 5 4PI4 

MOREY « JOHN^TONX 
R44 Douflaa St. 


2'A ACRES 

WITH 2-YEAR-OLD 
HOUSE 

Xatarwr atucro «ith knott)i pin*. 
b>»ia* tow Itnd a lart* litirc 
r«nn and kiMhrn and tnr** ti*>d- 
loomi. Bundack and carpart AI*o 
(rul* trrti SrhMit and iiorri 
8*arbT. Onlt f*w mtnuMa Imm 
citt Pull priro IlLBOd «itb II Md 
d«*n. Phone HARRY HOMOS n( 
Hnrthwtttrrn Srruritl** nt Victoria 
Ud XV I Mi l ar X V3 TtM 

CITY 

HOME PLUS REVENUE 

Jmmaruiatr tnrouihuui Omt I 
>r« old LR 3«xl4. raund b*artn. 

Atiraciit* pUnm Eire 
rabtnri kurhnn > ia> b*4>*nt 
PC baanmrnt baa. neai 1 room *uit« 
wilb K>l:htn*it* Di m farat* 
Wn*t ■ •CPOPttxal and adt'tuai* 
auto coal nok*f CIA ROO 
haat.na Pull prvr >lO,OL/VJ 
Per inlematiMi ra.i 

QURKNIE NAODOW 
KV7 4M1 KV4IM1 

XmiX T OOWB OUDATXP I TO^ 

"high quadra 

Livt «tth cpuniry aimoiphtf* in 
thl« modem 3-b*d(oom bunamton 
aituaird on a lart* le( Thtr* u a 
fOAd-tUPd IttlBf renm with no*p 
firrplarr. alap a larr*-«t«rci rahtnrt 
kltrhrn «uh plrnty al rsiint area. 
Tb« aairnor la atureo nttb Durwid 
rant Then l» a lart* arparatr 

t prM* with InnI »h*d Don t miu 
HI* aarcptienal buf Inr oni* 

t 7 IM Per turihtr dntaU* dial 
l«m*r U BmUh. XV l-Mdl nr 
KVi-lian no* Horth«*sitrn a*- 
nirttlM nf Virtoria Ltd 

"$1500 DOWN" 
"NEW NHA " 

"3 BEDROOMS" 
"BASEMENT" 

W» bat* two p( (h»M lo««lv hnm«a 
that *iti ba remnlrird In lbr«* 
«*«ka One IS Hitb Onrie on* 
la Lanaddvn* area Call no* 
ThM* ar* to<M Tride nn older 
hom* rontliKrtd Priced a* MS 7M 
and m.lTI Mr Xvan> XV 3-3117. 
•vfBinta KVI-iaU. WNt*m Hornet 
Ud 

OAK BAY 

Hear B"U enurw*. for reiired I'tkt 
who Wui apprenate the ijuiei inrela 
and all Oak Bat cnnvTnlfnrea. Piv*. 
room buntale* b«mi ail heat. 
Taxei lltl liwulatPd e 1 A OCA 
kiratl Barden «IU<7JU 


.m^nauiaiodj^ 0,950 

Ivan Pair -b. KVSX74I retidmi-e 
XV l-knai Honhwetlera SeruniiH 


WATKRPROHT PRXTTY AS A 
plrtur* Tudor aw^ five-room 
butalo*. la-Uoe Itinf and din- 
ttiB room i»e bedrir* Prmbroka 
bath Batemml Oll-O-Maitr heat 
Baautifni aeuinB- iandacapma and 
a«e«dtn| lawn* to Oora* vaiert. 
Clear ml*. ARKINO I4.0N down, 
nay ar««pt le** and balanr* aa 
r*ni Xareptlanal vatu* at III. Mi. 

f »» tbla Mfar* II I* im lair Mr. 
rv* XVi-4Md Ret XV l-4Md. 
N WblUonr * Co. Umitrd. 
XV 3-^ 

"OR BOYf* YOtrtL XXCXAIM 
vtw*n yva art Ihia tmrfH aturm 
XanBiir*** m Ihr popular Munrn. 
XaquimaR 4«U1rL Immedlaiv tin*- 
MMlon. I^k Bonn nrepiare Ullliiy 
fp u ro. IdMl for eMrrh mu|de nr 
navy man. OMr li Hv* B*"** ITS 

per mn. A fHI ai IT.M. Call Mr. 

KV3rm. m XVMldL 
Town B Oaonlry Hnum Ltd. 

Mm ■ DOWHCi-RBDRM, ?l/>BA*f- 
•tent hemt. apotlra* rondiimfi Hlfh 
Ipraiirm. ew r inrd o wt Gorv* Vale. 

S ir IXM Caab dt«J. M Hurry. 

II n Ham* rv 4-Mr J R. 
WhitlMM A C« Linilad. XV 14391 


I)r«^ft* a rn«'«(a >«»i n m* lor*t 
buHoint iDdu'iil t>r’i«r ri**» Hi* 
homo- ■'« •* » |irrmi .m It tnu 

n.Mv.f Mmn ,m«' •* •uirr- . «i«ii 
1 * I3P7 Cxrti Ad nit niriitio>*p 
hd . iiMtef heat *'*4 bit 

Iiio la’r 

The {dnoMinr *M baa bwlH ihta 
(ill* home and (nr *bnm •• are 
atrr.o h*< iirar , 

OB me mnli'iir'i'tir 4 ' (inuhina 
«nik Hn’e J Jaiie be e.-ntiin* 

• n*u hall R.an, Mtatatr Itfinc and 
dU'i-'i 'nnm* (aoi.lv ?ist *i'-'.en 
«IMi hrealtzri trea bmI t’lumbrd 
Inf a." *a>nrt Car|inri aiu 
■ under/ tul. nae*(n*n< ai'd 

riur:"*'”"' -$14 800- 

>ii' -j*r l.iMine 
H J« hrmune 0 » M Mute*. 

XV t-ilflt aiixime 


MOREY & JOHNSTONE 

Reel X-ia>>. 1344 LMua.aa cH 


I ML KUY A 

TRUST CO 

V*rr nkt i-reen iiu'-ro atiriai. • 
f.luAtvl (I'*'* Vli’.brie Hich 
Brhooi c.inn**»n« nf *hMt.irh 
nail •*(* i.vinr rnnra •erarat* 
d'nint r:*r.m «iu.nra l befirmima 
f.i-| pairmeM !>*»»» >n d«J«*r 
Oil hn! hratlof IJ snn i:..a.- 

«..n« at r. ■ $12,000 
A X Celee 

THK ROYAL TRLRT COMPANY 
lies Qn. eramnni Bt XV )-ll3t 
Lirnmc* KV3 ITS3 


OAK BAY SOUTH 

nniSK RT 3IR4 rtnilirid Pi.ri 
Ull-J >te "l>.» ll»r— a- 

. .... juj:.i»na ll ■ inirnirleW 

J ,L '•'« ' * .*1! U 

; • i,i ;* . fii'-.- and t aa 

:.ii :i- -’v./pt ..III tmtafp tiie 

n--! ■':i.'iii IIW 'ai.a and HA 

I na 4'i.ir. pi- - vt'h 'cnni 
• U >'ii 7' ' fV »• .»*« 

Da^n* A- Tnnri A*-m - X'.* 3-1131 

*41 P«>1' 


SECLUDED ESTATE 

sf.trt int'Ar.nn nxi; ii.sKX 
dpa. inu< a-i-mmed n i.'ii.va- 

Jn» nr.i^ard Inf r>a'i'>>> li'iItB 
he.eiri.rii 11 * 5 lef.m. <ni4 

ba'hin.in Oii-O M/nr nranr.s 
113 -free IRenic ir ok And 

.V;"" 519:500 

Oapei IrnMoa »*n a. ■ r. 

A'f- Pet. l\ •■•Tfl r: »v : :»>4 
Si : ’ l.a • ••« ' n .'v- ifi- r- r* V.C- 
! -.1 an Ya'f* P '*•' * 


m<\ PROU OWbjn: 

4 rof-m- and .*■ 

bui ; ir !*'• sn »•' - lu 

p., ■ iiC'i 4. <re> li. an 

|i >iap i.i {iii.f W..’ a.' 'ate 
U'- -Ti Ca'»d.:n lar a- »i« 
•.;r. a*inn tviitn* lJ3 R!*» 

oiC'Rioi'9 ACA virwf rLiWi 

• „ .-u". -nil la . i*i 

• r-t» _ S* Saf- 

'I- *■ 'sir J'.i'-,-. 
Tiiiir *, -I.ij >«f-n» Itlda 


!<. . le.tts 

li.. . ...'►I; :• ivaiii. it'-'’’ • ■ IV 

« ••'•■■»■■ frtri - 1 w. i:,! ' 

au' . ' ii " i-ri la; • '! t 

»\ 'i-' 

OAK R4V v-ROOM Mv'Ml: : flJ. 
baien-.M’.i hni a.r linna • 

8'» <ar*#» yiiU pfi-r ■'*■ • 4i**n 
C-7 <i,..t/'atr I'll* fi.anvnaia 
tv 4-1 • / t.r XV 4 ‘•Ml 

POR BALE srw NHA Hni’RV 

H'-ermd -uhe- 1 n't! i»fi i 

lull a'jtt.maiir 

0 . ;*• roan i/\mrn* Sr aerriti 

X\' ;-34/i .S'ln? f'- * :».'f 
»i ?•♦* Hl«:il Qi AORA nililCR 

ho-.' V -'I a I .»:• 51 

’ ' ' '*’(4 -5 r»"* ?;■ ►* ■ •■rr- and 


t Ol NTRV HOMKS 
and PROPKRTIKS 


Fisherman's 
Paradise 
$10,000 Down 


On* and one naif »i.ei u; «j'»r- 
HOP' VLB- l , MILE* O? «IFL- 
TIRtn AATtRPROMT Pr/peOV. 
eafp anrnnrtirr lao aonrt brachr* 
Inrlu-ifd i* eupefidf *'’5'.* •** 

Jive neeillBff and 40 arm. YE*. 
4h ACRSR OP THE riKXAT 1 AND. 
l.ise'ed oniv 2J mile* licit. Vlr- 
littia nn parril read fan;a>iie 
■ ubdivi'ion p«aeJblliUe«. Pail nil'* 
nnlf MS '-*»« 

Por i&ine<iinn n( thlt np*rh>r 
*i'ai* piraee call Dni. Baron or 
C'lff airetm. S 47lt NorthwealeiB 
•Kurl’.Kt e( VKtoria Ud. 


BAZAN BAY 

2' -4 ACRES, SEA VIEWS 

.■-i< .aiMl *nhia 3X Kimiie* drive 
Ipflcn the til* her* ii a pmoeny 
ehtrh hat ><■ mutb >o otirr <li 
KBT TAXta III '»< INC*>lda 
PHOM YOttKO VUK>ROrS BART- 
LITT PXAR ORCMARO .'r lA'XR- 
PLOWING 8TRXAU PKOVIDB 
AMPIX WATER POR IHRIOA- 
TION III PAMORAMIC 8EA 

viewa OP ovLP laLAhoa >ii 
8UROIVTRION poBatniLtnati. 
‘The Bnmr t* euiti on httn, ilnpina 
prnpert* •irn i «pa-iou* rm* ar>d 
fiill len.eni ha<e>neti' vnii Oil o> 
MM ' Pk|* heanni OPPOR- 
TTNITV Dt*Y SOW Tilts TYPE 
OF PnOPXR-n- 18 8 CARCX PRIfX 
wnTH-n«MB $17,750 

R F. HARM8 dev. XVJ7I34. 
ev*. ORTTOM 

B4XHIMA.N l%VXWrML.NT Cn Lid 
111 PORT 8T XV 1-TI34 


•niE TRIND IB TO 

SALT SPRING 
ISLAND 

One Ilnur Prom Virtnria 
0*1 *>iabii<hed Bo«. a** nur 
aelFCitan of deelrabl* prnperil**. 
vatrrfrent leii and acreat* r**i- 
dencet. (a-mr and baalnetiee Fnr 
(enable infernatloa e« all the 
OuK Ulaedi rontart 

BAIT RPBINC IJtNOB I TD. 
Phnn* \1. Oanaet R C 

IM $VANTKD TO B!’Y— 
IIOrSKS 


NOTICE 

t HAVE A CiJXHT WITH 

$7000 

CARK venr iniereated la (ladlae 
a 3-b*driMm heme «uh er *iih- 
nut a baeement Preferable ln*A- 
ttnn la Saanich Theaa neeala 
vould Ilk* to eel mdled belera 
Chrtitma* If vev think vwur 
bORia eould auit the** penpl* 

Mil HOMXR M sbrrm xv i-iiit 

or XV4-3If6 •IMMKOIATRLTi. 
HmthweMeni aecunitei ef Vi«- 
tprla Lid. 


2 PRAIRIE 
COUPLES 


WANTED (MMEDUrXLT POR 
THEBE PBOPIjI WHO HAVE JUBT 
ARHIVXD tN TOWN NEWER OR 
OLOEM 3 OR 1-BEDR4X>U HOMES 
THEY ARB UVIMU IN AR AITTO 
COURT AND MWr LOCATE 
QUICKLY. CAU. NOW POR IM- 
itolATX INSPEC nON JOKRHT 
3AMXB OR JACK MTDOLXTON. 
WESTERN ROMBB LTD- XV i-llil 
ANTTIME. 


W A !l T E D - ROOMING MOUEK. 
rllenl mMIm liaareillSfWn Mr. 
Hnllanrt nf Neetnertim a. XV Mini, 
re*. EV I T 8 M 

lUDE-BY-KinR miPLRX OR TRI- 
plea op In llXfinn tenuired hj verv 

S nuine rlieid fur iniealmem C N. 
■Nafue Civ. EVI-VI* EVEMI3. 

WILL BUY FOR CAShLmoORKT 
hmnet OavNl R McAdaih Real 
£atal4 IXB Brood B. XV MMX 


i.M wAvrrn to bit- 
hoi s»KS 

BUSINESS 

EXECUTIVE 

>*«lr itaaied to Vu-tarta require* 
Uree hnine 3 n- 4-e*drt«istu_aii<*a4 
hate iionf ra»ni and diiitii* ri-nm 
tuU ba>eineni eitn linuhed rum- 
pw rnom with lireplaie 3-<ai 
t*ta*e elll pav u|i lo 4J3 nnn 
M.. . 'M't ■enuu'e hutet 

Call Un Lennub EV i-l7«> 
evr> KV3-IM2 

PAIRPItm REALIV Mi CMk 81 


Revenue 
Close In 

Duplex - Triplex 
Housekeeping 
Wonted Now 


CASH 


Rilo Del Mar *8 

Daily Astrology. 

TUK.SHAY. ?COVK.MHKa II. ]!»r»8 * 

Torifiv'a gmiiHiion: '‘Hp |d Hip hp.M phyKhlan who 
l» thi* mos t iMut-ninue inspircr of hopo.*’ t’olpiidj;p. 

Tui’vfiny for Evrrjfmo; Those who kwp occupied 
wTTh tasks hand who aie diicreei. philo- 

koiihifai. will m.-ikp the mf^l of Uio <U>. r.%p lare m 
tnioNli In ciMidert BCRin.st up>n'U mhurmonv 

ful $<Hir Riiniilaie* «mi RlHIihiiin Ri-lim: 

Marcn 21 ti. April. l!J i Aries i I’nmplPfe whui Is 
undi'iw.tx, iHf fvHung roncerninc viri'iiaih, money; 

NM'id lia.-hiMH. 

/\pul 20 In Mri\ 20 iTaurusi Keep pveryihln^ 
on nn j'\i !• kiN'I. Adhere lo hiisic maiteis, ovoid 
rhaiicoK; I'xeri l.iri | 

Md\ 21 lo June 2<l 'Ceimnl) (ilVe i.iifftll serv* 
Ircv; rerhei'k deciMon.s writin-. fie m , 


B.\*. tv* *!#»♦ ii.enii M/'-Bf r: 

M. r e -i-ii M Ff I'iiJT any 
lint* WrVeiA H -met Ltd 


WANTED 

HAVE CLIENTS 
WANTING 

O' r> r . 4 Ti. -.1 ;I HU apsrt. 

ej V5 - Ml Al I kf'if'C TALL 

.'At'"- -r.-.w r- 4*!--4 rvM.. 

RK-- EV I v;,i 

n MIVKIlTi iN le .lMia I TO. 
li'il iMVfcKNMLM 5T. 


"IKIVeSTMENT BUYER" 

I hate men in*tr>..'*d he a w d. 
i’*':i ii.ini In pi.irra.e I ; mwi 
ai- h t Ti-fi'al hn . r !’;■(►' 
li V. 4* «*'. tMiT-T* . >• c*;i 

mift llAMUPl It i ST41 or 
EV ■> 4‘ * N- ”i.a«*'«Tn aeturiliei 
el Vif'-.-iia tin 


FOR RETIRED 
COUPLE 


't a^■ , 

•1 lirt r*a *Tr- /*• 


WANTED ' 
UP-AND-DOWN 
DUPLEXES 

Have eneoiA ne/-* *nv*ral du*>'a*fi 
ua. 

ctrmfTt; kahuam umiteu ] 

liM Ooa*:«i BV. Fhona XV4-|l» ! 


Jump Jl lo .liily 22 fCiuiiTi • Be t-nnienl with 
n.fJiMiiiv intere-Ms. I'lmecI your hnnnn'.v. posseK.<nons. 
Maint iin hat mony. 

Jiil.v 2i. to Atic 22 iLco* Ke.nHiii pfHHHl: I'xerl 
Idct. jivoi.. woitv Follow iniiiinr; de|i‘r new .vinti*. 
An-: 23 In .Sept. 22 L’enrenirdiPi he 

d'p|om.4ti« . ii.se ixiiiHiderahiiii jiid|>meoi, r:ire In 
iiaiL«il 

.*‘H pl 21 In Oi • 22 liJhini Be n nnorriii'al, eire* 
]ul iHoIive to money moiU M*. fxisve ^snms 'Lunil 
hlien.luii.*. 

• k'l. 2il lo Nov 21 i.Sf ..Tjijir' lie mimUii! nf mak- 
lo:: ihe wrong impir'-sion. A<lopt an .Mpp''i-»nul 
ailiuido. 

.\o\. 22 to Pit 21 ' oixi Kimih i.i.skA; 
keeft 4 lej of dilfieuir, ovrRwH'rd uituaiioris: don't ho 
laniv 

“ r>i'i' 2/ lo .Iiin. ly •4'HpMe"i n ' - I ■vp dii-rit imn 

wiiii rt-soeiftler , don't wa-vie 1 i:u;*.iTs. rin'i c.v; -.htin 

if'kv , 

4hii. 20 to Kt-b. IM lAqiiiinuvi M^uilfiih your 
cietiit. .siandmc previigc <Kip cli.'inurs inhAnnony. 

I'f b. If) lo Mairh 20 'r:sip>-- Double rhei k pl.ins, 
inuiimv judv'ineni. avoid misinkcii, t.irdineH*, indis- 

posil mn. 

I'lduniiif All' ail f.iond fnr er.iri iflimnenl, nomiI- 
hilHv. ft. ; Nov. 12, II. 2t». 22. 2S 2f). 


I.V3 UA.NTHI TO B1 V— 

urn 'il.w 

WAirrv.u - 3-Biu>M'ifi.w ulnu- 
a -i b-nutmai' Paruar.-ie airn '-r 
%.,'-i id e-'i-. -. 4 .' Hit ue 
r.. i - » .-a. -t KVJ^It. 

ivi' - \(v.*)*ad Realty Lki 

•**. f V 

IM rKOPr.ItTV FOB 
S.M.H 


T?t51DENTlAL COT 


■ t/ 1 <. 

l . IT' ■ 

r:. * 

I w. 

I'l 


i:»i rKorrKT3 fob 
.v\I.F 


LOTS 


. ti: Fv V iTin 
f.P • : - ' 

-;.i O'! : iM* 


tn-. r. fir a' ;r- r ■ ■ 

O (.••» . ... 

'•-r. drr ; LNA 1 >*V (i^fi 'q 

I" 

Ca.i I ■ • n> . IV ' *.''b 

I'l.o A ..(o rv i /n 


"WANTED'^ 

'M5 HOUSES" 

I'-I •--- *; V : o • r a. peT 

»a f. homr : I M ifl 

n/.' I'j. id 

. :-.»i in ^ r • *' • r ■ a an 

Fi^.f nr ’■Aiff r!.-'.,.Of' »t 

w» -■■n KiRif ‘ iv / ir.'i, 

e»/Mf.-s EV > '.I' 4Jli » ifiJ 


U WANTfcll t Riirsr F' : . .-i- 

?»• f»« JUir Ii«..m 

UAK 114V nl UlOM QLAlinA 

M--: • ha»; 2 ta'h:-.sr- ; /-»m atut 
”:njri# . — m'. hn«-* »»i 

A»i ifi ;! i.n -'ii-i!.- 

•I. p*.;. If MNk u.wMill- 

u pa-.trrn- liK 

:■ Bef*'-u» preperOfi In ai. dia« 
' ■ t< • ''tir o' • • a... - 1 
If YOU VkUlH TO : FU. ANl> ( AN 
VIIIT .TUI Apr>< 7 lOOffPE- 

UENTB tvra-r . a ; Mi Aa*' 
JOHV m AIR I.Tt' EV i-itlJ aro- 
Uni* iiai r- 

V"i API- TIIISKIm; ol *f;i.L^ 
inr and -- i-a:d i-tc !. rt -t 

l/tm. r--. uie. -t.,* n 

. • -f.» and |« IT.:.; nj :iH,. 

FA' •ue4P* **!' me Tb*'n 

if ' -J 1“ ij.d do:!- !r, ,ntl 1 

ani't** 181 * ' •:•!'= r*.uf,i*' in a«.T\* 

)iai ip.na rr>. tW and p.. .mi 
ami «/il ifu/f hf-m* or i«r«>rv<i!’. 
ri.*»* ra'i L*n Th-r a» a< IbMP'at 
H*i*k*a 8 Co *1TA Furt St- 
r.v 1 :ia» r»a EV J '»•» 

) Eaitetn (li»nl »i«B (aaii aan'* 
Oak Bar bamr 3 bedroom*, fuU 
beurmvi.t up ia II'aW 
3 Reil'eif rc-4,pit 'rquir* 3 bbd- 
rnem bntnr Oan Di'. baaemenl 
nplioiial up '0 It: Opa • a.i. 
URGENT' Piracy Phrtne R F Har- 
?!- dart ev 7-H3* Mf OR 7 mt 
Ri-urman Ir,te«iRf*ni Cn Lid 
• It Ipm a< 

mEN ’'^'HO WHO. RUY HFFOPK 
N«* Ik and Mf up ta lliaoa 
ra*h require* j m l-bedraum 
hifemenl liirni* not iryar Id iit 
Old Any |0M dirirtr' i-u' mu.i 
be riq«* '.» lOAd nu* *er*>t* lor 
immediat* inrperOon ptea^ rail 
Ml Fiaeer Phone EV 4-fNIA Rea. 
EV k-3Tkl Plnanrial Suryey Ltd 

A cooo~AOx>Tu or ‘great 

vatua t« you. Ovir many recent 
tale* bavp |(>ft ttf m need af tnod 
hfonre to pell. Fnr irauJIa tdeq** 
ran nn«i*nT)an 8 Comtiony US 
Blanarwrd Xir*«i. RV S.41EI Proropf 
oiienivm hat tw*n our poUcy (nr 
cv*r n yean. 

MY CLIENT8 WILL PAY CANH UP 
in IM nnp foe hnm* tn Oak Eat nr 
Fairfield 2 nr I bedrin- Ai»n 
have rlienii fnr anod hnmti M M# 
t-> atIWM I3 0n0 III 44 .voa down 
Call M: rteaiT. F-V 3-7174 Mima 

W 4 35«S_P N Can*'rti» Ltd 

TTi SFI.I. Vm-R HOME Yorfi 
api . duplet or farm Hal »dh ihc 
lalei «iaO id Oriirve liandall Ltd 
A elMdv rllenirl* >if lenuine huiera 
fur «h*i you havo la leit. r.Vnt 
RV 4 nw 

RmRXP COUPIX 'wiU~PAV 
eround It. MO rath for >0(1*4*. 
Flra>« relt Mr Pht'er at Harrr 
Fovief L'd XV 3-3ltl or ml- 
deni * XV J i.m 

3 AND i'BBDKM HOMX8 OOR> 
dan Hrad and Cadboro Ray with 
•ea view up to IliOM Call Anne 
Donsldaim eeea XV 3-MTO. KID« 
Realty. XV 3-3111. 


15 Sea View Lots 
WESLEY ROAD 
OFF PAT BAY HI-WAY 
NHA APPROVED 

ii- . . I . arwl f"r 

immeni ■■ • “ *• a»»« f i r 

C».i K* J* -.1 ■ ; ‘ 

RV ‘ r .ri . - n., nn •: . 1 ,;- 

SEWERED LOT 


T . . ; V . ....| I V 

1,1' • I I • ' r. i« 

SEWER-ED ^2 ACRE 

In ,r !|.e iif«M «l 0#« Mi- I-*- 
{ •; T llfi. . -♦ •- *»*:'ir.-.» 

I ev- 

P«.| • .1 7*r ■- I • i 

rv '.-i:"* r L I ‘ OR i-3a:o 

at L W*"!.* <1R 7- • 14« 

Fiars A Ve-'.fi .V.' v. Liil 
IU4 Diahnard h'ltrl. 


HIGH 

QUADRA 

NHA 

$950 to $1500 

LOTS OF LOTS 

BUILD NOW 

TERMS CAN BE 
ARRANGED 

YDcn cMoirx or tora, volp 
CHOICE or ItA**" liXT 'V oS 
TMIN OPPORTl'NITV NOW 

raf fur'her lr.rerni*'''‘. prf.e 
plynne laii Feltcr- XVl-f'll 4>-it- 
ivnri i4*r»nan OR Iu7'3'. 8 'an 
ra-pr*nn. XV l-EVtl ar tVkllM 
arvtime 

BYRON PKICX RIAI.TOR 8 

LOTS - LOTS 

0(1 8 i (Yiarlaa It o« Re- V'and 
Aienu* k3 Vi-.p 

Xneraaod Oaki. nn Vi*ia Ror 
Rnart 12 * 

C''fdu»* Bay. eirelien' »*• »i'* 

l*t fJ fH 

Rerkvt'h Road, off Quadra 
Contact Charle* Oiddy. XV » 34M 
or EV 4 Ifin 

BYRON PRICE REAL-mBB 

OrrVRS INVITED IS ACRE* 
iriih 3 hoaare • Ibm to Bafrot^. 
la ovinutet ritv rontre. On 
trver lail TUlirum Rd 

LrtTE Cz t AI*1»HiiX aPcrTir* 
Iwnrn IMerurttan and Bpnn( Road. 
(ii> lufi'i amt waire |l i*n nrh. 
XVS-4ST4 

VTXW ACRKAOB~ABOV^ El^ 
Lake 3S a/re» *3 300. k\ aom 
»3 IM URO 30M 

BRA-MOR -'vUTORIAS P1NBST 
ara vinw Ma. GRFIEU 


1 1 - At ' . I •! 1 . - he ; ■ • i- 1 - e a 
■•••. / ".'r •••-' 1.1 -i ; • ar»r‘ 'H-i.i 

' 1 •• r .fi ' ,-i.' ■ 

: MIA ev" •' K-. han Dm* 

i- r.-tr- pi,-. 

•J • . trifi-' ir.— • ^ 

-■ *« .? li.i? % .«• 

$1550 

n n J'.i' i.i.Te FV i «*l an-'ime 

MOREY & JOHNSTONE 

l.'lt PO..I a. 81 


MAPLE GROVE 
SUBDIVISION 

]l* fte» . . . ' i. . :»y 

: ' 1 ' ‘ i %■ in .fill* Dll . - 

t. I* nr;».- r-.s; 

a- l;-: - ar.i .•-« 4. =-.■■* 

fernaaj* H-’ j. «it 

iv $1850 


u: u.: ..*1. $1850 

Call Wa>»r.- r - - e E\ l-Jilk 

Pi r V : ‘-l . 


P H Pt'OVVS 4 
fh t e = V • 


SIX LOTS 
TOTAL $3300 

!.'• ■' *ii in' I? -n Quadra* 
Latf 1*: . n-' I - a. . r.ai -ril. 

f •! ••’I- n" f." ' ran Cl r,-i;;ini 

;; „• $3300 

Phrm* J It !.*% He* ORI-13»l, 
04;i--e fV4i;j4 

riMPl.ATDv HO' .\4E.» LTD. 
14h3 rvnternm-nt 8 < 


Rolling Hills 
Subdivision 

Of> Hitfh QiBdro Turn i-ch: an 

a*,-kt;’h 'ifT q.*n., If.,) 

aif 'he*r '■-/u'lfuJ :• f W# lift 
p,i )1 'or »f , artq hay* yu-r 
■ <* riiiTi- rrtc-. fur epri"; *i’h 
a* I'"* •• I4«n ddrs Pii.ina U 
Cnrnl-h at EV '-Ifi'.ll nr 4. 
Uei-Kar a> KV3-»*44 iui de'a.'t. 

BVBON PRICE PFALTOna 

APARTMENT LOT 

Cnmra. . -i ar„ •Der-iu-irr i utld- 
t i r I t\f'- are iiiMi*il Iw ee.- 
fi -• .1 ’■> aieeilfd' aptr • 

T.-ni i.nen *>• «,• Mjl.uffn* : >* 
tn B ill.l s -Pa I. .!• I-I' l e u^,-i 

f •!> 'ri-'rAT'anon in a pniiutar 

S4000 

C’ra.e ri-- Jt.n OnCCis f\ V-8741 
n- rV i-tQ*' *.nrih«eaiern 8*<uii- 
•ie» tf Vienna Ltd 

WATERFRONT 
TEN MILE POINT 

llfir la a •■Mirlrrtiil lati* W •> 
Wh*( a »et tiev -•nod b'llldirc 
»rnand* *lnain* In 'Iwre'ine 
EV 3 a7n| Bernard 8ha« XV > 3«kd 

BrrMi Prtoa Realutr* 


FiiR <AI.F -TWO m'Pl.v.N irm 
nnn 1)2 H.a* rai'* (i*r na.m i.-i'aar 

A«-<« i-'fl'-ir Nn a-ci''’"' i.ii'«-.» 

k'* ■.#< Tf-iiM» .pi' r«- areanrnf 'U 
g»i -T.(/>r nai ha- EV 4-r.f 

PROPOStn APARTMENT LOT 
lb ^quimall. arvar and ttnrm 
drain Near vbool ihnppma 
rertlr* and hnirt XV 3 53 (3 

A KFW CHOirr LOTS AVAILARI.X 
aihirh atv MIA ap p fwveat Prtr* 
rani*, (nmn t 9 V) lo $1 ve Itland 
tnveaimnni Cn. Ltd. EV4 71M 

NORTH ~BAAfAc7f~ PROmTIXM 
<Ft>tdon >{ulmi Ltd.. Bldner 134 

Too ft~”pront'aox cucarxd. 

level lot. Daapard A*r XV 1-4O40 


IM pRormTT roR 

SAI.E 

ABBEY PARK 

^e aue nan on mranva Be* aad 
■ . : ■ k*_ w . , 

eartplinna . . ' Me aea Tie* 

' luee (rnm it.SM TaL Clentfq 
Chan or c aanubuiy at XV f 47*). 
Nniiliaealera Becurlite* Pi Vlrlnria 
Ltd . 


CADBORD RAY I LAKOB HUiH 
VIEW 14IT8 «3kiW AND kl TM 

rmr BRoKruAi.i laia rlan- 

EKARO EV t-M33 EV «-lk37 

BHFNTWOOD. k IXVEl. IXJT 8 ON 
piorq aale; Ik and 140 <i anlr. 
t'wd dep'h Only I 1 .U 0 e*'h 
n-poiauod Piupertia*. Keaiina 
37 j 

!.■» FKOPKKTV W.\.N TKn 


Desperately 

Needed 


Lrwer f i t NecesEorv 

Any Area — - All Cosh 

PUPAVr CAIL LFH WAltOLE. 

(iR7-v.t4i Ob uniLLirr. 

ClR JtM. omcxTCV t »7(I4 

PRANK -A MARTIN AGENCIES 
LIU 

im MLANNHAKO RTHECT 

ClfiXT IN rUMQNIvb'* Rk'. 

u:.'!!- an liii |k ai.»; U-icne 
ladi - Ml ivil>^ tni Briiave lamp 
em-u iieiirr park Plra>e 

■ an O Dirkaiot. rir .XV 3-4441. 
K.ne iteaio. IV 1-3111 

WANTfJl -S.MALL AtlfPACK. 

NHA ,.|.r...*.il P'r-t- Ka- 

aai.i r.ii.KruriKfl C'l Ua.FVSMll 

WAVTXD B It I L D I h O LOT. 
i». . pr-.frS fnr reefl Ph 

t » ' .«il7 

l.'M A( iiK\ 4 ;); s,\i.K 

AMI UAXTl.O 

8 ACRES _ 

ALT CLEARED 


■7*hi' 1 a 

teprra. Nr. 

I in* llrrr 


a- 1 all 

In h*»ri af 

f.,, , }* 


Call Krn Jeiiaeij KV k 1744 br 

Itr^ 4a \| K' 

Piank a Mk 'lb Aarn. u-t Ltd. 

Ill* It er't «iO e-irr: 

' ACUi.'* Vll.i.iN l-ANU. HKAVH.Y 
,'<i ( ' tl'-al • • 1 - !-.■ 

Ian l’« - . I -.«« *4 Hv p . 

r V 4 ' H -r- ; 


158 fAil.MS lOK sALh 

and U A.VTf M 

DISTRESS SALE 
125 ACRES 
38 PUREBRED 

I - , . ;.t bui'i' *■ 

*■ a-, a.'* ..-sr-* an. I .r.-i* 

; • . r- p i ’fK . •• J* 

S^i'obO 

on OPTM 

r.. MR V.4R 

JOHN bt Ain LTD FV M743 

PAT BAY HIWY 

kit ipei-i; :-n DORN 
k'l ACKE8 ) CULTIVATED 
44 fruit tier* '• acre *’**«berM**. 
ni.r laari ir.d cafdPM Ct'f 
Civire n t“.-n'rr >i«»n>rhrr* 
L"vr4v ait-ranm mndrin bunaauib 
a -h nr O o M --4' in fui; hi«n 

bavriar’it atm ><>;<•' ti'Oi b-i..4ii'.r*. 
I m.>« Citr aa'rr Scrileot 
tb.wr 

Plraie • c.) Carol Baird 
EV 3 4213 la.en. EV 4-n4U 

DICKIE A CO REALTY 
8’7 Port 

Smoll Form, $6400 Dwn 

• at:»« t ... 1>>am 4 

brd-i.': 1 p. lefbi Bunralna 

Paiemcr.' I u r nair P rniiiul 
aa'rr Ban. for 1 nrad Chirkrn 
ho- ee* iar IW Oreechn«*e 14*30 
M-iK*-n.p f*i|*r »if 0«ner 
ln<''ii‘- bar't.ma-.irr irai-tor and 
Imi'ipmeni*. 4 n p roraiiKrr bif 

$10,900 

It <a<4 aarii Is farm TM* i> 'or 
»nn If vfi'i vaoi a i r.«;'ry 
lr> me aiio* >ou *’>* 

Air. P*t« rv k a7*i f tV ' t‘V4 
N':rihar*trtn n*.- ji lie* of Vti 'niva 
t.ti! •]) Yaten •* 

KF.ATIN'l nffCTHtCr' 

I. raa' -.*1,. y ai.,,. 

'll-.'.',; nr I •• T". Htpii w it r --««■ 

*4- ;S f-r-i.'ri tn '"wn 

• ••••ji.:* ' W.iuiler'u' t-;-?-.* 

a.'r Kill ]Tiir X'< N*i KaMlvv CM 
j--r ,-r..,Vlt .«:«>< H- FV 4 VBA 

fnr P.V 3-1^4: F-r-ana al fatTNey Ijd. 

ITNTRAL RAANICII 
Brai'llui 10 -arr« rlearrd farm and 
k-r>v.x i.unialoo Obod barn CTbtn 
•a « bfii;l ■•r'a-lTe iiacinf prUr 
S13M0 Jtihr>au>n A Cn L'd Itad 
Brmil r FV V-3471 bit Brataey 
*»•• PVJ-l73k 

itj 480 auti-mno in vktohia' 

..lutt ant 3 aullra Renta Ilk? mo 
Onoera pquHr llttHM Me bent* 
to ' *ue (IK 1 farm PIfaae call U 
D" aa-nii ear* EV 3-044F Kitia 
Rea.-- XVJ-311! 


MORE PEOPLE 
USE CLASSIFIED 
ADVERTISING THAN 
ANY OTHER KIND 
TO 
PUT 
IT 
TO 

WORK 

FOR 

YOU 

JUST 

PHONE 

EV2-3I31 

OR 

EV 3-4111 


l-W F<RMS FOR ^\T.E 
and \VAN’«KI) 

Form or Subdivision 

ta aiide all rHared Bara (nr 33 
brad umilemrni ali*d _ 4B' >*n 
bpuata nin 7-rm iti*c*« hoaaa 
« — — • — — - 
• hard, vanderful Mil The nboer 
t»n« It* 'on* of epud* off • 
aiie*. Witnm 4'b-a»lle rtrrie Tb- 

r,:“' . $ 28,000 

Rd» GUI XV4-l30i. 

t*i zv«-m> 

ptnaa'ial adnay Limited 


I.OVIENMINT 01 IHI FROVlNfl 

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rtHIK N01MI 

HMtiRA rna iminif ma 


Sfrrauts 

Remember 


iTH*mmi8l crTfYniHiy ir fhe 
rotundb of thr legiHlahve 
bullditiifx )ratcr(ln>. wUh 
.tbmjt 7u momigtiA of Public 
Se'iviifb U'SKHi Blanch Inking 
p.4i i m I he (lar.iilp. 

iNiinea Mini-vler Kvnncih 
KicinHii piuci'il *4 wiL'uUi <>n 

IIW mi'iiiiurdi puijuc. Xccy 
i*cv. Ill .an yVmitOW cumlucicd 
I no .M 1 V ilc anU Dav id i lugguu* 
Wat> juitiiu.' cniinman. 

TUt 4 Obl'UUAIIUN Ok 1IIL 
IIIMaiil Ul bAA.NKU 
/.UNISlt Uk *.Avy 


! aje >u- I . 

lien 0 Cl-apler IH u. lUc fc r iae r a. 
mat .te» of Oflttrb Ciil'intn.a lO'V 
ihrr* i» iwreoy nfurn- lu •• 
t— -ipr'i..u" a 'ii'ent-t >» . aima.i. a<'-' 
t.neralr * fetr< -er.i f briaren Ca,:;.:- 
bPil hirer o'i Vanrnurer l»iand and 
Qu.itlit«r«l C'l- e 'Ht Q-iatl.a l• 1 all«l 
Iwi a pritdrf oi cittr '1' '»ai ;w.i' 
ii.rnuna Ulli Dr.fieer 1044 
. le Jui-r’-- llii* •eneaal Iw a 4'.f 
met ne.,::-7 •->; Ui.i -I- ear ' -av 
gtafi'rit at Itte -eM.in ot ilir Mii- 

& 8 V« a 

Hilled irltueir for M>e Il>e'i‘-r 

fiiirtra Tmc*'’ T'-" li.ri.ir lu: 

q^au.ia • Coir Ferr* and ft""- 
to U'e "I Ul»r>b*'- Vntiiiia 

BC otU »•* rerenefl up '<> 1 ud pin. 
.T- cds' the 3kih aa* ot Nr>»f»'>Ber 
ioya anti «>H n* uorneii lo 
jii inr pKire of ilir Uinuier Bl tne-. 
lime arvd rtotr 

1 »> rK- #i renVaMr earn Irnflrr ■ 

t>e .:i i, i* •!? pni|ie, ci'ri-.a! 

I'HiM '•* ' "•* 

'itnal i'* 'rtr leo-re.-rt r-': 

i.i- a--. i.iiioar le.' n\ o ler'iiK na".. 

I r .ue Pal-''W - i -f ktmi trr nt 
Vn’oil* HI m "•* 

a»ou*e» •» i"» M -li irt t i» 

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tu. ifi.ur'r:- il' 'f ■■ •' '* ' 

;( r . lil in* • • • ■ - • .1 'ri r 

*»e reiai'ieit a- In' 'f* 

and tai'M •> r»ri«fti,ai- e ni "r 
r. ar Tender «h* Mi- m- 

V - iBii 1*1 iiiin 

V T- "• • ! Tn!i- and an t>i>eia'*«d- 

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O-- riolii '«■ ret .w 'hr efirr'Sf • 
'•a an- ^rnrier t.i' I' -i 

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f’-eiiee piii*iian< t" •'•* 'Feirir A. • 

II# lo -te : I<#»it\ll 1»!1- 

rtf Teii-'irr ai--' 

--- at Tenner nm i*e .-'iiri-i 

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NOTH r TO fbMVf^OBA 
]• Mif mallet *1 Ihe I 'late af 1 OTTiy 
K V 1 HI I > N H4M I V aereatei le'e 
■ r «he file «f Vl'teMa. lb Ihe 
Freiintr ef nrtli*h < alumhl* eho 


fciirikc*. ii iiaivtj, aitcri it<ai ai> peFa 
eiiu oerm Uun.-tti*a al>e*iia. uf 
tu* ;■ I . ■ ; Ut >&■ cl .- t;, iua 

•.ul.Ui* li,-ia*. 1/41 Ami ubihriil Ml* 
■a* leka hu <1 at iPa C«.,M».atl<>a 
vl U)r Dlalli't ul Kaaii'iit *ia. or el* 
lo'.utu au* ‘ Ij 1 . H* Ub l-'-l 

Inr ma.. It* *<jniJir.iti inereui l•i;..ia 

ll.e 1 m. .pa. l..„i- 4 .J «. , I'awJU 

11 ' 10 1“ -ed m ibe COu*i- a 
iiiaibi. {. .Mui,*nt>a. m7:.'KB>il Oaa. 
on kl'iMlAV, hu<tm»er llUi. thkO ak 
'JO .1 01 

A • .- ul Ul# pro)»*»d bk-la'4 may 

t-- . I.perteq ** IB* MJ!;ipal Ha.L 

hutal UaK Iw'hecit ihe 3pur/ •'( mno 

• a am inn in* oiiiaa pm oa 
. arekua} e»r«|i( 8atu(oa) 

tit« aui.v* ameri..m<iu etu tia\r ina 
eii'vi v4 lei—Miik U4« laiwnoc 

>a, fri* ra -e..- Iju II ul Lol Jji, 

C...MIU *t V.< 'Ilia Uiaiiir:, p.iQ 
I’ ' ' -‘ -ale Uit nor :i s.itq 

e. I- r.:t> t“:;. . ;• - a*- .,f 

Qi'e- nn dUte* tor lAuixTi 

,B, L.., J oerJ.iM, \j,. 

lui.a Di If- • Pia*i -I,. 1 . .a), ,j 

ine ;i .. al «n».B*y,„a 

:f»' a:.. Ltoaj Aienur for 

hutdrapir* u*e 

aftitlTi- Z. Laa* Di iti t. 

Plan '.4a jui tt.> *, • la 

I’l lllirij.'i. T«b linen a-'.i'ih.iiq 
r»A'i4-*i I'aiK III, te mrni.ai u*e, 
d-*'. ,! iQ .-.-•.am fifi' !-- » tnart 
1 •• I ■. fi f!.--.- «,*a ■'UUP •(•a>p 
r* • ©( <*i'a, ha*emank or 

L. ape 

Id' Lul A Rl-i a * >• '.Inr* .vo and 

*p V. ’ . Di <" I plan I'l. 

1 - ..•* . . f!>e ; .,..„er nf 

t- . M ..1 n-a.i -r.i c.-1ar Hiil X 

ft ' to* f I . ' ula * 

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hut - Rnad and Haro Rnan 'A 
1 * ' "‘r • '.)<*n nl aa-ilen 

Ki *-'i: f?.' *-* .-' • ,»if mint* 
mum p*i-A8 -r '''~ 

f, H.vvvikftn 

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na'# the » •'*» a-*et» »;:i he 
tiller ha>tr>| re*a-*l bin ft 
. a;.7J Af bhlih Ihe e«e,_to:r ihali 
here :» e:ie,l nn'i" 

O-VTtTD ar Vie'., '.a Rri'Uh Colum- 
bia Iht- O'b d«‘ Af Nnvrmpet t*M 

Thr Canad* Prrmanenl 
T» . • romiiatiy. 

rj4 pfiTt bi 

.pn Bai !7'3i, 

V .. .. -la B C. 

P»..'ilf.T» 

Rt ‘Hieif •*Aii. ; «f 
Caui'^ and Cani'^on. 

:i RA>al Trutr Bide . 

Vietarla R C. | 

soTKT TO tarniToat 
IN 1H* M4TT(B *( «b* I ilat* ef 
TIIOMAN HIIIIVM rni.F de'tared 
late bf laao lernnead Mreri. Vlr- 
laila. N( 

MiTira t» HfRkBV OI\FN ".al 
ruAV't and Pihr(« narm* -.aim* 
ati'n--- 'hd r>'»i* of the an-r.r dr 
>e#*f.' a’e lerr*' rr'iu(rrt) 'n ^-niS 
them ie thr >nde -.sr.rd atem •••■ m'* 
asrc'itei' o! 737 Tort Bime*. Vi't-ni, 
BC l•rfnre "r lOtn oa* nf pereTinrr 
10'4|, aliar nfiUh ra'* »''* rxeru-m 
bill diriithu'a Uia uid eili'e on'Rnc 
tba parie» rnmird trtrtatn ).a-inc re- 
tard nnlv in ihf rlalma p| bhirli iM | 

()>rn hai ndiira . 

NATIONAL T1U BT COMPANY 
UMITTO. 

A*rM fnr ihr PrefuirU 

Mii)pry Maori PelU. 

B' lU Bniirndt* I 

paariman A lindhdim, ■ 

Vlrtnna. B C 

NoTicr TO CBrniTim* 

IN Tlir M41TIR *r Ibe FMat* at 
ROblKT (KtWkORIl ^Trrtf feie 
nl -at* Glenneed Aeenae. Vlftaita. 

X ( tierraaed. 

KariCX l»-bereb» |l'#n that rredU- 
pf* and nUteri haurir riainx acain«t 
Ihe rula'e •( Ihe at,o*e nan-ed dr- 
rtaepd acr hereby reHUirnit ib yend 
Vhrtn Ip the ebid p'.rruiora a' 438 
Batiion Btrrri Virmna BC. before 
■ lie 4th day bl Dererrbrr IkM alter 
w)iKb date lit* raeculor* •ill die* 
trtPu<r the aam eeui* amnotii 4h« 
partma rr<*i(lem therein havtna regard 
OBI» (A ihe riaim* ot vhicb iMv rb*n 
haea recoivM noilre. 

04X»nRlH BTXXtP acid 
ROBERT H Mil LiKPN 
KreruiOM 

B' flieir Bolkitnr* Clear* A CniiMAy, 
138 BaaiHtfl Bireet Viciorla. BC. 

\nTi4T T(i <Brn<riiBa 
IN' TNr vtATTlIt af Ibe l*late ol 
BOai ni I h lale nf II.** ('allinann 
aiieel, Vlruerta. B4 , Dereaerd- 
NOTICE IB KFRkXY GIVEN tla* 
rreAitota and olheia havini Oauiu 
aiainat tbr eaiate al tl.e above-named 
dereaeed, are herebi required In tend 
them to the unrtemiined before (he 
4th day ol Oerember IMB. after atiirh 
date the eteruier teill diatrlbuie the 
■aid etiate amnnau tba partira rr:- 
mied thereto. havRif retard obI* (o 
the rlaimt ot whKb h* than baa ra- 
cefyed notice 

DONAIEl JAMFB MWBON 

Xyrciitor | 

By hie wliritnri Creaea B CiwiFaOF, ' 
kia Baetton atreet, Victoria. BC. 


TINtifOa (i*E MRIMr.lhr: 

Bl At Lt> TXNI'RRh adflirr-r:' ’))• 
.«n»' eiw loruri'i'. 'TEbTiIR 
r >.'i DRUX.Ihr) 8KI.IA DBl IA. 
SC »ll> hr re'-ruFo tn (ha olflra 
b* (hr Bri*et*M ..nill 3M pm. 
•18 7 MkfiNBbUAS. bOWMBtR 
> Itv* 

aP*' if.'kdon and lorn pf 
(enarj e*>. >e (f-i'i, anii obiaiivr-; at 
t'.r ol.'ire pf the Clitef Fncmeer 

• II A K ' Otiaaa Orit b1*q at the 

-<fl<e c! >.* 17- .(t Enaihrrf HIE 

-.Vr.t Orerr-- Ftreei Vani.-:;i-.er BC 

7.-^ br •■•i.Merred re." irnrtrr mu»| 
be a< • i-'i'i anie =- a i#cutu> in ina 
lAri. A, a .rr;;f|A« ir or pond* 

• • 'petifi.'n ,n (he (•>• -; ol (r< drr. 

T*?’def» be mace on ir»* niMHed 

aj Drparrmrm 

ana in *ii-'r<<ani* nun Ibr Gonciuon* 

•ri hi*}- 

7r*)iie:i nu,.* itirl'i'ie vh* (on-nf 
nl ii>e i*la<it to and Ir? -i Ilk* «nr 
Te d'enpe- and ailirr flaaiini 
uUoi biiiih a>e inienard in n* em* 
)<}Avr,| Ml thii enra. lo be eligible, 
n*. 1 ' 

i« lie dl rana-'iin Or United Kina* 

-•lAi rra;=i»i anA 

lb< rir III Canadian or United Rina* 
0 "n: >TiB,.r or mamilariure and, 
tn the lar* et U K rquUKhtfiL 
hare neer. in Canada at lea" 
nnr rear prior to Uia dale of 
ir*e tenerr call 

Thr loam nt anv trndrr not nec* 
eaiatlK ai-'eUbO 

IIOBfKT PORTTEB. 

Cliiel «f Adrrinliiratifa BartKaa 
and arirriarT 

Peparlmeni of P-anlh Worka, 

O'taaa Nfttrmiier a 13M 


NOTI4T TO fEklllTnRS 
IN TMF M4TTIE af Ib* IHtD of 
HI I.H lh1F.RBKOnKI BOTTIR* 
III. Ulr of kU Tranall Bead, 
klrlarla. BC. Dereaard. 

NCrTiCE Ir Iterrbr liven that rredit* 
ore and eti/en ha in* rlaimt acaintl 
Ihe eiiale Of Ihe aboye-nanrad dt- 
rraaed arv heretiy requlrv* la irnit 
them in Ihe unorralfiiert before tho 
4ib day of Derembrr. Ikka after vhirh 
date iha eatcuuir will diairlbuto (ha 
aetd relate amongat the pariiee en- 
titled iferetn harinf repard nilr to 
the clairn* el wbirb ha t3wa ha* re- 
ceived not Ire 

DONAIJ3 JAMXB LAVk-BON 

Ryeeiiinr- 

Br ht« enliciior* Create M Cantpanjr, 
kM Bartion Btreef. Virtorto. BC. 

NOTtCr Til CRFDtTOBB 
IK TKI HarTiB Ilk Till CaT.ATR 
(H \l.\\ BlkRIiankW. Ulr *1 48 
1*«ey 4 irerriel V lew 8***4, Via* 

larla. BC. liereated. 

Notice ib hercby oivir mat 
rrrAitort and othcn hartnt dairiia 
aaair.:.t Uir relate of Uir above de- 
reaard are betehr reouiied to aend 
them to t’ r -indrraJfnrd Executor ak 
*k0 View airrrt. Virlbru. BC. befora 
thr 3m day af Derembrr Ikka after 
aliieh datr thr Feetulor alll dUiributa 
the aatd eiiat* ainnnt*( Ih* partiaa 
rnriiUd Iherrio. havint regard onip 
(A Iha claimy of wliicb It thru baa 
Bo'Ka 

THX CANADA TRUST COMPANY. 

Xxeriitor. 

By lU Bollfllor Frorat C. Mdnirri. 



Eastern Canada's Famous Light Ale -now brewed in b.C. ev 2 "m 32 

VJ68 This Advartisxmtnt is not published or displayed by tba Liquor Control Board or by tba Govarnmantof British Columbia. 


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KVE WHIflKY 


SiUh <Eolanlft. Vk»»ri* 

rwetrf«v. Nevtmbfr 11, 195f 


(j)lo/nl)o \/(*n lldil Ike 


3. inrr,'= "’1 fmphtuus nn 

•I (IrcaitT •VriilabilM)' of 
lojtiii by ncrncirs 

«=> liv- U Ml Id Htiil thr lit 

i.M iiiit:> • i| MonHitr) Fiirnl for 

<uch |Mo)MftU Uu>hwii>'ii. 

|j.. ."•pil rii*M-Jnpn**'iii h- 
nanrifig lo aUou IwirH'VM'i'H 

(•iraM'i (! ’xibilily oil jr(ia)> 


SKA’rri.K 'AP' pM'^uIcnl lotmiiliM*, oml «hp A'*ian aioa - . tbr- -■ 

Ki-«MihiiNMT'» fivr pliiti naiiofts to < In hcli"*-:r anil uoni 

fur rmnumn’ hflp lot Aslan iln»m*-olvc«. Tiw hv*- iwijiit;* i 

cmmirios mad/* af> obvmui liit ]„ r»'"pfris^ Smith -:;.d Ki«'"im\vri , 
Mumlay with diploinul* t- a I'anada - proo.l ladh oI lUe 1 Fx|> ■ mI 
tVilnmlM* Plan n'lifpi^mp who ('ommonMoallh oriyin^ ol tlir rtinl nl.t^*»i» 

luMf<! him roinmit/i Plan and of I’annoa tii... ni..i | 

A f f M •. Miui'U'r r«'l«‘ III tu'ljMMi; maki* ii WMik. , 

SvdtM*y SniiMi "l i'.uiiifl.! •• In jm rluqiirnt «»lalnini‘nl 1 -.|' 

U»n ftpi i‘ft «*iii «>f lh<* n*'*’iiilon Ww Zoaiind Piiiiu* Mmivin ’ iVo.n' 

whi-n hr ihanki*»l MK- >n 'idrni 


SPRINdHILL. N-'S u'Pi in a cavr In <a-i J3 fa atl 

Almost WW mrn arr vsiihout hut dr^ri inl Thr Cumbi-tlnml 

work here today now that ihr Railway and C'oai Cuinpany 

task of moving bodl»*-» tiom ha*> iriami'/J only a 

No 2 collirry is o\ri . Inmn. ti»w of 23 mrn who 

Ttir mlnr whrrr 74 mrn rtird krrp watri pump-^. air 




'nl f!iM*nhowen 


minr is dividrd 
Mr Roj D/thRun. heail of 
A. V. Roo Canada Ltd , which 
fonfroU Cumberland ha?* >aid 
(' i-xpr^'ts Ihr mine wiH not 
troprn. 


Parfy\*> 

Rooms 

Ready 


I'p to his fans in a living blankri of puppicM is ninr- 
niontliHild ila’A Hamel, son t»f Mr and Mrs. A. J. 
Hamel of Winnipeg. The family |h’( gave hirth fo 

ihi.s litter of 10 Wetmaraner.pup'* a wi*ok befoiv 

the piiolo was lakeri. 


P«raplralion Stains 
ever ruined 
Your Dress ? 


New ARRII) with Perstop* 
Stops Perspiration Stains-Stops Odor 

OPAM*' srtHM BATH TEST SHOW^ HOti 


\Ki<m 


Praypis will N* ntfrr<d at S Mr . a mrmhrr 
pm ium<itf*iw af nayw.i:d . f'lviirrnal Or<1« i -if Kai; 
funeral h o m r f*»r W ilfrrd of the White Lei^dr 
Sirph/^n Ruilrr a iifrli*nB Vir Avs«.nlBUon. 

Iona rrvidrri. wt>o died in 
Mount St. Mary nursing heme 

ouiiuiiy . 

Rrqmrm m.:* " 1^ hr d 


Speedway Motors Ltd 


Mr •! 7»«r at«wUo4 
Taarly by mall M; I yran 111 


Mr PaUk -i: 

widow M-.pK-.r III 

pi 11.-^ ami a d- 
lirnr /bwiiV <kl 


Uh 4 4t- > * 

»••• t- ‘ 

y<r »•$ (•••' 

iHVi u'« > 

Al- ^ 
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•'peakei will be (lerald (*oulta» (':.ui. n '•» ihu A*-»umpnnti 

V.'. i Rund. tnllMwed 

7Dl LO.N. Kraivr iRrutfr-' b> burut ui tl.» * hur< li erme 
- Kuuiieen Royal Navy and irry 

I'dnadian warat'Mii> Mr Hu'lrf kk v.iin livi^ on 

niHHl hrje Monday befuii Ktoi.ng (*r<r--;'-.;d in r/'i-*‘ot 
foi ihr-rrmtnc Allied manoovii-^ y. w.-- h^-i - on 
III the Nf«vliierr.*rHMn It I* iiir .u s.isf! 

fliai time Canadian vewiejs irh. wlirre he fanned m«*si of 
base taken part In «uch ' hi-, life 

man*«euvrr*. Mr was 'lorary mcnd*er 

" of the •' P"r;.; : ; Sovifiy 

I.J Mr. Butli-l 

; JUSK 'V, , \ Cl gj“.cn son' VViHjo.-I. ClafrOie 

^'Tlirn rust and Adri-.:- o| .-• > Sim 


411 I'QlverBlty Ave.. Toront* S 
The MACLEAN-Hl NTkS 
Newspaper (or alt SuaineMinra 


M.»« will U" held in St. An 
dii'w Caitiedral at b am. 
t'>m<u |Tiw tur Pouah-horn .tan 
P.iUk. 1h4J llillxidr. who died 
in St .loveph'a Ito.sptial on 
Salurdiiy. 

Prayeix wid hr offered ai 
A pm I o n I B h t at MeCall 
Brother^' funeral home 
•Mr. PalaK ("rmerly of \Srl- 
lingion flfid a reaident of Vu 
tt't, la aln*r 194.V Wax an em- 
ployee .if the \’i ■ : tA I H> 
m.iintenanre dejMii inient. 


If you’re going places this year — a 
C anada, the L'mied Slates, West Indies, 
or Europe — start nght. The experience 
of a great travel syuem can make your 
trip so much more pleasant. Let a 
friendly CNR agent help plan your 
travels — arrange your reservations 
and tickets. 


TRAVEL IS OUR BUSINESS 


We will remember 


far all Tr«n« AllaMk S>*«m«li>a awW A.r 1 «am 


Jack Todd will xpoak ai a 
meeting of the Victoria 
Natural llwiory .'sn/’ieis at k 
pm today m the ProMncul 
Muaeum. 


far fwHfMr ad«rm«Waa, plaoM •««, «">/• •* tmN 


Vtrtorla Ticket OffUv 
Fori and Government Htreeix 


Phone FVa :i27 


Now,.* A Dramatic 

NEW BOTTLE 


A Distinctive 


NEW LABEL 


For many year* 

one of Canada's favourite 

brands of Rye Whisky, 

Seagram’s Kings Plate 

in its new package, is 

still your best buy 

for all occasions. 


CANADIAN RYE WHISKY 


5 *Cttpram s $iirt 


The Bay will remain clotted all day Nov. Hth for Remembrance Day, reopening at 

9 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12th. 


l>nb^onV*BRii (£i 




This odvartiiement l» not pvblithad or displayed by the 
liqubr Control Board or by the Covernmenf of Britiih Coluo>b*o. 




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Parade for John D. 


Columbia First 


Th^ other »»»v^n stood st)ifl> 

«r «M«niioa 

The world Inuring prime 
mtmvipr voiced thanks for 
whal he called a marvejtnua 
ithnwing. and recalled a simi- 
lar parnde while he was over- 


seas as a lieuteriani 42 years 
ago. 

'*1 know something of your 
feelings about visiting VIPa. 

I am sure there has been no 
change since in the expres 
Sion used by the armed forces ground at about 40 miles an 
shout men In my posiltnn." hour. 


In a serious vein, he told 
the men they are here to pro 
lect what Canadian citizen 
ship stands for. 


d)an pntne minister. They 
went to eight Canadian Nolri 
lers. natives of lour Kuropean 

ciiunii ie>>. 

Sergeant F, V, l.a/lo of 
Mniiiifal. hom In Hungary 
and memtwr of (he Knyai 21’nd 
Regirnenl for 4'« years blink 
e><> bark leais of emotion as 
he rroeived the rincuments be- 
fore m««ie than 5.tnsi aimis<k>s. 


>1 K M F R, UVst Ciei many 

• rpi The manpower of 
i*.»iia.i.i » NATO-army brigaile 
p.iisded In spit ami iMiliah 

♦ mariiiefcv hepiic Piinie Mm- 
Kier rncfcMbaker Monday in 
a i'cremony with a unique 
fcatuic. 

h’oi the fii'‘t time, nti/en 
>-hip reriilicaiex weie piev'tit- 
e<l on forefgTl hoH hy a Cana 


>’ANror\'KR ((T*) — Acting prime minister 
llnuard <>reen indicated Monday Ottawa will bark 
( oitimbia Kiver power development before Wenqer- 
Ciren intereats undertake their Peace Kivrr proj^t, 
the Sun says. 


Science Now Shrinks Piles 


SupcrnaUiral 1 orms 

Man wht)f.f v!-.n*n ol 
navel guKleii ir. fc' cl 
f.iits ''r - fo. hei ny. 

per|mJ■ftt^r^ in ihc . !'• 

Hermann nnriiti. nl, -'f 

)■ >.trik(>irt t'clos.-.N ni:<tit‘f<| 

space '.Jiip-i will la <l o«i itu- 
moon in 'Omui Ii\p years. 
l|n —.id the I W. 1 *: woiK- 
|f‘C niO ; -r\«-i\ on hm elfc 
till* spore .vcJiicle. .i-ul 
s ided ro-*r hr is 

, ;d I; ' ,• 

hern % -‘-'IE me '-arm lor 


TeroDto, Onf. (S|»ecial)— For 
ihp br*t omr i.c)eftre lisi iiHind s 
new itealinc vulmiaocr with the 
shUitV 10 slinnt hemnrTkoidx srMj 
In relieve psin and iirhing 
Thwoiiid* hitve hei>a rvheved 
wilh Ihi* inexpeDfive solMumv 
right in ibe pnvsev ol ihetr owa 
b<ime wilhoul soy duromlort or 
ifu'imreoirncf 

In one hemorrhoid ease sfler 
anoiher. "vrrv tirikini tiiiprove' 
ment" ns* (eporie«l and venbed 
by dneiors' olMervalum* 

Pain •'aepmmpilv lelieved And 
while s*.nUv relieving pain, actual 
mluriMui or relrarlioo lihrtnkmgl 
took place 

' And mml amasing of aH-.~lha 
unnrovemenl wa» maiifUined in 
rnsM where ikKtors' obaervstion# 
were cooiinued ever a period of 
many months! 

In lacU nwulU were an ihoroogh 


for all floors 


The \c. 

0’'C t.f .'i'» 
p e p.»iH 

2tkhh ft:. 


MOKK SHOmNtJ DAYS 


• Dial EVVlSll 


The BAY will reopen at 9 a.m. Wednesday, 
November 12th, after beinR closed Tuesday in 
observance of Remembrance Day 


SAVE MANY DOLLARS WEDNESDAY AT THE BAY’S OUTSTANDING 


SALE PRICE, EACH 


• l*AprriaHy madr-up ffmup. Earliwlvr to thr R.AY! 

• Thrrr popular ■tylra in wind and raln-rrprllrnt 

fabHcA! 

• Rrautifully finiahrd, irarmly quilt-tinrd! 

• Coats that look like roaU that coat at leaat tirica 
as much! 


i3iyiC 1 Ruhhrdred shell with IfVoz. quilted lining. 
Black, red giecn. turquoise beige Sizes .12 to 40 Toggle 
dosing, large patch pockets and tab on cuff. Can b« deaned 
with damp doth. 


iJiyiC L Plastic doth, 10-oc quilted lining. Pink. blue, 
while. Toggle front, large patch pockets with flap and flap 
breast pocket, wide cuffed sleeves. Oaan with damp doth. 
Bizea 32.40. 


Water-repellent cotton sheen cloth. lOot. quill- 
ed lining. Beige, black, blue Flap button dosing, slash 
pocketa attached hood. Sizes 32 lo 40. 


lin>BOV*S BAY rOMPAX^’. women’s sportswewr. fashion floor. Snd 


ORDER BY MAIL! 


Hiidsnn't Ray Company, Mail Order I>e|M 
nOI OoiiglaA St.. Victoria, R.C. 

Plea.se send the following Itenia 


ST'ilC 3 


STYte 1 


STYLEI 


Please add 5% tax 


Total 


AddreM 


□ CHARGE 


Dress Shirts 

An esceUent Christmss gift al great savingt 
to you. Sanforized, shod-point fused wtilar, 
button cuffa Sizes 15-lT, ^ 

White only. I 

Bpedsl -a 

irVOBONH BAY rOMPANT, 
men's famishlnga. main 


Egg Creme Shampoo 

Richard Hudnut trial size . . . one p 4, 
for oily hair, one for dry hair Ideal 
lor irgveL Regular ISr. ftpedal 

RrikHONB BAY COMPANT. 

roameilra, main 


Wednesday 


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Ideal slocking filler . « , the OO^ 

musical to>' that affords )oy to 

children of all ages. BpedaJ V../W 

Hl'WHON’S BAY f'OMPAXY. 

Toyville, 4 th floor 

Gay Cotton Home Frocks 

Easy to launder and so fresh looking foK 
home wear. In broken sizes, colors. «'■. les 
and prints. Size range 12-20, 

14 4, -24 4, 40441. Values lo 2.08. MM 

Apedal ay a/ 

HI nsOX’A BAY f OMPANY. 


tise the BAY'B ronvenlefit cotinter-lo-earpori 
aerviea for all yoar ^topping. 


All-Wool Pullovers 


ir PARKING 


.Shod ileex'e. ribbed cuff, neck and waist. 
Broken colors, black, turquoise, while and 
grey. Broken sizes 34-.1R. Soma O** 
are counter-aoiled. Regular 8.05 -C 

Special fj 

Ml DhON*S BAY < OMPANT. 

faahion floor, 2nd 


Never offered at such a low price before 
. . JO of these talO fine vellum pad* of 

40 sheels for /*V • -B 

only St. I I I . I 

hpedsl JL *./ for 

m»r suti»>«rr M»i« 


Ovier 1 . 4 M parking spacea bi the BAYY 
Hire# Io«a and meier frea Arena Way. 


On sale 1 hour while qiian- 
t1tle« last. >o phone, mail. 
r.n.I). orders, please. Pf^ 
sonal shopping only. 


dres.se«, faehion floor. 2nd 


sportaw-ear.