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VKTORIA, BRITISH (.01.1 MBIA, W KONESIIAY, DECEMBER 25, 1937 


NO. 1,3 — HIMIREDTH YEAR 


i^rims 

^ Peace 


pilgrims. To many Christians and Arabs alike this Christmas Day 
seemed the most joyous in many years. 

Ten«loru th«t have grippH ~ 

Middle Eaai and marred the _ 

obaervancea o( the birthplace of Dosen I inieS OC .fiOre 
Ciirtat during recent Chrtstmaa 

ReaMmi w^re at leaat momcn*| * 1 AM 

Queen s Message 

On ChrUlma* E%e. a rehgiotia O' 

proceaalon moved aiowiy into 

Manger Square In thu hUllop I 

r Rp Keoealed 

hundreds of voices smging "O J, \J i 1 / V^Ct. V/ Vl 

jCome All Ye Faithlur filled thej I 

r‘ A. Ih. proc«.ion., .n riabor ! Qu~n Eh/.beth'. . n n u . I llm., ta.h rh.nnrl. wl« .how 
Roman Chrlaimaa message to the Com- P;”*- Bo***'^ ^ 


ate spectacle of the 
Catholic Church, wound Into the 
Church of lha Nativity for a 
I pontifical midnight mass, the 
ichanting of prayers and the 
I aroma of Incense drifted o'ver 
the huahed throngs of pllgrtma 
In the nearby hills, shepherds 
atlli herded thetr flock of sheep 
as in Biblical times and their 
bells tinkled faintly above the 
sound of the wind. 

CHKIST'S BIRTHriw%< K 

The Roman Catholic service 
actually began 14 houra befote 
the white bearded Patriarch of 
Jerusalem, Msgr. Alberto Carl,, 
led the procession from the 
church of St. Catherine Into the 
Church of the Nativity and 
down the winding steps into the 
rock hewn grofto where Christ 
to *aid to have been bom. 

Travel officials said more 
than 4.000 tourists from distant 
lands were on hand for this 
years Christmas celebration. 


(,hri.slma,'< on Beaches 


Australia 

Swelters 


-Cold beer, cold turkey and “vers « pan o. a au.i 

V9l 

cold Chrisimaa pudding la on thing Australians 

the menu today as the Land complaining about thla 

Down Under plunges mio Us chKstmas is that It la too hot 
Yulellde dinner. H ha* been so hot and dry that 

Old world Chrlatma.* cu*tom» there is now a serious water 
have little relation to the Au* shortage 
iraiians at this time, when sum 
mer temperatures often exceed 
100 degree* 

The majority of Au»iraHana 
and New Zealander* take Ihcir 
annual summer vacations dur 
ing Chrlaimaa and this year 


Plane Blast 
Survivors 
Returned 

HONOLULU fUPI 


Canada’s DEW line got its first full-fifcale work- 
out last night when a four-star flash wa.< rereived 
from Point Barrow. Alaska, alerting all units — 
"Santa* spotted 2400 hour*, altitude 33,000 feet, 
speed 45 knots, heavily laden." 

Up to press time Santa had been tracked by 
radar Installations at the mid-Canada and Pine Tree 
Une on a true course for Vancouver Island, riding In 
on a prevailing jet stream and making gooil time. 

RCAF defence unit.* from Comox provided a pro- 
tective cover, guarding Santa and his heavy load of 
gifts from people who don’t believe in him. 


More thfin 2.000 Christiana 
from I«rael rro*ae^ Into Jnrdan- 
admini*ti'r*d territory for the 
Chrlftma* oMervsnre The ma- 
jority were Christian Arab*, 
but they also Included a number 
of Christian* of Kuropean 
origin 

The night curfew for the Holy 
I.and W’a* lifted by King Hus- 
sein of Jordan and government 
jdepartments in the area were 
I given ■ three day holiday. 


Four hag* 

Chrislma* spirit is as strong gard aurvivors of a Pacific air 
in Australia as In llie lands of crash were brought aahore yea- 
colder climes At pageants and terday by a marine corps crash 
camivals. .Santa Claus la often boat crew who reported the men 
depicted on water skis as he uid the hig navy radar plana 
arrives at one of the leading exploded while ditching, Search 
hearties here At a .Sydney goes on for the rest of the crew 
beach, there wifi be a holiday of 23. 


Elvis Donates 
jTeddv Bears 


Humber (above) more than 52(X) rash. 
What you see filling three crihs in 
background Is only s small pari of 
what WHS given.— (Colonist photo by 
Jim Ryan.) 


Happiest family in town this (Thrisl- 
mas Day Is the Suyskens. after scores 
of well-wishers surrounded them yes- 
terday with gifta for their new' trip- 
leifi, and bassed along through Maurice 


NEW' YmRK IUP» — Elvis 
Presley, who's about to shoulder 
a gun for Unde .Sam. haa 
donated part of his «**4dy hear 
collection to the .March of 
Dimes,, it was announced here 
yesterday. 


Vletorta's Chief Consiahle after that person's car keys. 
John Blackstork had a firm The plan has worked well In 
warning yesterday for holiday the pa.<i to keep drunk drivers 
Imbiber*. r*t traffic. 

“If they drink, and if they 
drive, they're in trouble, he 
said. “Our men will give short 
ahrift to anyone who persists 
In driving his car after having 
that ‘extra drink. ' 

For the driver who keeps his 
the poHce as 


from other points 'untiJ Tuesday 
morning.'* he said. 

“The public really co-operafed. 
Thank you.” 


Weary postal officials eased 
their aching bodies Into soft 
armchairs U*i night and looked 
back on the busiest Chrlsmai 
of all time 

Postmaster R F Reid said 
this year’a Chrisimaa mall rush 
hit an all time record 

More than 75000 cards and 
letters passed through the can- 
celling machine more than the 
previous high of s yesr ago. 

And what's more jus! aboul 
everything was delivered. 

"Die only things we couldn't 
get delivered In time were those 
mailed Tuesday morning or 
1 which didn’t get to Victoria 


Viclorians Slimver (roodwill 


Gifts in Triplicate — and Then Some 


head, however, 
usual have a hsiptng hand. 

InevltaMy. at this season of 

office parilea snd social visits, .suy^it^ns and thrtr five rttll- 
there will be drinking 

same shortly 

Anyone who feel* he* had 

that rme too many, said Chief ’^^ee ortock yesterday 

Blackalock. can telephone city afternoon and looked very much 
police The police will see that like Victoria furniture man 
he gets home. e|t)«er by driving Maurice Humber 
him there or taking him in a He arrived at the guyskens 
tmwi Tha peUoe wlU also Look huntblohoma at 30 Lewta Strati. 


bearing gift* gtven from the 
heart by scores upcm scores *of 
generous Vlcioridna. 


There will be no paper 
Tborsdny and Friday aa 
staff member* of The Dally 
Cobmlal nhaerve tha Oiriai- 
mss Day and Boxing Day 
hedhiaya. Next paper wll) be 
Batar^y nvimlng. 


meat and trimming for a more than ] 
Chrlctmas dinner Other gif 

Three phaimades- -Crosby's. Restmore c 
Carrlgan's and Atherton's. Finishers ai 
donated s supply of soap, baby After .<Ur 
oil and talcum: a Proaperi Lake<leD. the Su 
woman gave a bos of baby It all— could 
clothes, a young girl named over agam. 


The gift* aald “Merry Christ- 
mas" to all the family and par- 
ticularly tr» 5hefen. Simon snd 
Rell. triplet bAys bom at home 
Sunday afternoon and doing 
well last night. 

The Humbers dbnated Uirst 


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‘Beautiful, Baffling’ 



ALLABOARD The Heart of It Nevei 


Changes 


With G, E* Mortimore 


U NLESS the human race commiU luldde by 
nuclear bomb and missile, future generations 
will see the mld-'Jt)lh-century as an exciting, danger- 
ous, roniantic age. 

seas and lands full of terrors, lowai i Hi. conqa- -i 
of the globe. The children of the 20th century are 
moving toward the conquest of space. 

We look down upon the Elizabethans from a 
safe vantage point In time, and see them bathed 
in a sunset mi-st of romance. We don’t see the fears 
and dUcomforts of the day. 

« * * 

The sword'duels and tavern fights with knives, 
and battles to the death with rutlas.ses do not .seem 
wholly real from here. They appear to us like 
children's shooting games, in which tlie swashbuck- 
ling heroes shout: "You're dead" to each other, and 
rise briskly from mortal wounds to fight for half 
an hour, climb a tree and fall in a puddle before 
mother calls them for .supper. 

But there was nothing frivolous or funny about 
the.se encounters for the men who got skewered 
through the ribs or had their skulls cracked with 
cudgels by footpads. In those old days, men lived 
by their Individual wits and strength, and had many 
perils to face. * 

We forget those perils, when we admire a color- 
ful and dvnamlc time in hlstor>'. We forget the rats, 
and smalloox. and tainted meat and garbege-littercd 
roads with open sewers running beside them. 

♦ * 

Now \vc are in the middle of another colorful 
and d>mamic period. But we are close to it, and 
therefore can not ‘se* Its broad outline*. 

In much of the world, individual dangers are 
fewer than they w-ere. Crimes of violence, greed 
and desperation are far les.s common than they 
once were — despite all our moans and howLs about 
delinquency. 

Individually, the people of civilized countries are 
safer than ever before. People of Communi.st coun- 
tries can be taken away and shot in a cellar for 
joining the wrong political faction: hut the j^r 
.souls learn to bc discreet and I wouldn't be surpri.sed 
If some of them got ased to the life. 

On our side of the fence we run the slight risk 
of being murdered bv holdup men or killed in a car 
accident, but the odds are only a little shorter than 
the chance of being struck by lightning or crushed 
by the falling fragment.* of a rocket. 

* 

Our dangers are collective dangers. One armed 
civilization Is poised against another. Individual.* 
are mostly safe from individual attack. But whole 
cities, nations, groups of nation* and perhaps the 
world itself stand in danger of being wiped out. 

For many of us. that hazard pervades all of 
life. Nervous anxielv is our daily fare With only 
a little encouragement, we could start feeling sorry 
for ourslvcs. 

But the hlstorv hooka of 2nfS7 — if there are any 
people left to read hlstnr>’ — will record the year of 
the sputniks and rork*and-roll and the sack dress 
as on<f of the most exciting year* of all man's time 
on earth. 


ThH U tb« li*i •t la* 

ateiln»nu lrO« iM U*tn 

ClitllimM. »*»Mr U** 

»( !>•(• M«b:< «Ba nin*r 

•I U>« 

By Rim Aim STREKTKK 

From the rear of the 
apartment came the 
muffled sound of singing. 

“It's the caroUersl" 
cried Mrs. Baxter. "You 

the caroUera.'* 

They assembled in the back 
bedroom Far below, In the 
concrete courtyard, atood a 
shadowy group of singers. 
Iheir faces upraised. 

"Peace on ihe earth, good 
will to men 

From Meaven’.s all gran 
ous King" 

The world In solemn still- 
nes.s lay 

To hear the angels sing. 
There was- scattered ap* 




you took Christmas out of the 
world It would he a major 
calamity. On the surtace 
('hrisimas is dozens of things 


fying ourselves wilh the 
point.s of View of others. 
Christmas w«irks on p«'ople. 
so that alter a while they lie 


that are constantly changing, gin using their hearts instead 


yet the heart of it never 
changes. U just goea right 
on b«*allng through the i*en- 
tunes, strong and ageless " 
"You mean Old Man Santa 
just keeps rollin' alongT" 


of their head.*-. And then the 
first thing you know they are 
crawling out of their sheila, 
like periwinkle* and seeing 
things they didn't even know 
existed." 


Baxter. She picked up her 
shoes, rose weaiib. Uten sat 
down sRaln on Mi Baxter s 
knee ' You're hopeless and a 
beast and 1 lose you very 
much. Merry Christmas. Mr. 
Baxter " 

IMS i>r Cawvil a<tr*<ie > 


Tbc tree — before the onslaught 


plause around the court Mr. ^ 

Baxter became auddeniy they don't seem to lew minute.s after eleven In 

■ware that there were heads anything and whetv the old days he used to all 

popping out of the building that'a what they get. they’re up half the night assembling 
all about him The dUrovery disappointed." mechanical gifts with .the 


all about him The dLxrovery 
that real people lived behind 
those deadpan windows wax 
somehow startling. 

A man and a woman waved 
from a window directly op- 
poxtte 

Mr Baxter had no idea who 
they were, although he had 


I do mean. " mused Mrs. Bax- i 
tei. "Christmas is about the , 
only time of year when people | 
forget themselvcx for a llUle , 
while and ihink about oiheri, j 
<d course, ami what they , 
want and what lhc>'re going 
to get out of jt. Hm they end 
by thinking about what 
they le going to give ' 

"And how they’re going to f 
piiy for U." said Mr. Baxter || 

“You love it." she wtd. 2 
*‘l'V>n t try to talk like Noel g 
Coward. You love every bit * 
of It All fall you go around | 
making budgets and growling 
■bout what you're not going 4 


Mr. Baxter. “You ve given me 

an idea, though 1 I’ll POI.IMNG DOORS 

pull bach Into my shell right 

hnu^'hM^re Tde.m/,vm; B«iMing Supply 

myself with those nonstop sea Ltd. 

mail* in the gursi room **“r»l*«‘*o* 

"You're hop*‘less." said Ml s 


mail wnai tney get. iney ....... ,bout what you re not going 4 

disappointed." mechanical gifu with .the ^ p December you're ■ 

"Do you remember the !!,***., « worrying that maybe you t 

Christmas that George directions. ^ haven l given enough. And | 


wanted a rifle?" asked Mr. 
Baxter. 

"Do I?" said Mrs. Baxter. 
George had been 13. AU 
fall he had talked of nothing 


n them eating breakfast riUe.a. No one took 


frefiuenlly. 'Merry Christ- 
mas.'’ he shouted and, like 
an echo, the people in other 
windows called back. "Merry 
Christmas . . . 

The last package had been 
dug out of Its hiding place 
and plated on the pile be- 
neath the tree blue and red, 
gold and silver lrea«»ure. 


seriously. They hadn't even 
discussed the possibility of 
giving him a rifle. 

On (hat Christmas morning 
George had received a leather 
suitcase, a lumber jacket, 
half-a-dozen ahiris, a Imx qf 
handkerchiefs. books and 
sundry oddments. 

He thanked everyone In a 


Mrs Baxter relaxed wearllv hearty toneless voice. Then. 


In an armchair and xurveyetl 
wrxt wa* mo«'.v her Ar.-rk. 


having piled everything 
neatly on a chair, he di» 


"It's j«n much easier to give appeared. 


from the baseboard socket 
and the room became dark. 

Then he heard Mrs. Baxter 
coming down the hallway, 
"l just had a crazy notion 
t d like to see it all once 
more while It's quiet." she 
said. "In a few hours It will 
be a shambles " 

Mr. Baxter switched on the 
lights and the tree glowed 
once again. He turned off the 
other lights. They sank 
wearily onto the sofa. Mrs 
Baxter wriggled her leei out 
of her shoes. 

Outside, the roar of the 
city had subsided to a dull 
rumble, like the sound of 
distant surf. An occasional 



Season's Greetings 


Sincere H'nhts for your Iioppmesi 
lA/oughoul tht Ar’<» Year 


M. CaplAA 


you always end up by going | 

"I am a poorgish- trapped K ® 

in A net of •oclal cuatom Be ^ (^oitelaiid M. CaplAA A 

cause I haven't the courage a * d 

to stand up for my principles 5 *r*ff_J* ^ A I 

I have Just finl.shed beggaring J I np liGOntlQ 5 

my family for Ihe twenty fifth g fICWllMy VetffAiw ^ 

ronseculive Y^^'r-.-nd in a J ^ ^ VICTORIA. B.C. Phone 5-6481 3 

few hours all we 11 have to tt a 

khiMiL- (nr It la a hlltherinc M v- . . .... . V«XT«> v« W 


The Hearing Centre 


to girl.s." she .«ald Irrelevantly. 
"After boys get over the toy- 


Loiifr W nre 


An hour later Mr. Baxter and over on the 

found him sitting on his bed. Last River a tugboat sounded 
hit far* stained with tears. • *»'«■<>■*> warning to 

l^orge had refused to explain night. 


and when the horrid truth 


qt's all so beautiful *nd at 


Short Circuit ''1 


began to dawn on Mr. and the same lime baffling." said 
Mrs Baxter they did not have Mrs Baxter, 


"What is'*" asked Mr. Bax- 


George had never mentioned - ter. drowsily. 


COFKNHAGEN (IT) — 
R%erytMMly In ISenntark 
agreed yesterday that yes- 
terday's "spe<-laJ" program 
for Greenland — speerhev 
( hriilmas rarnU and boys' 
rhoirs — waa a very fine 
program. 

Nobody In Greenland 
thought so. 

The Danish stale radio 
hy ndstake transmitted the 
program on long wave, so 
that nobody in Greenland 
heard H. 


rifles again until he bought 


‘Christmas, of course. Don't 


one for himself while he was go to sleep here, darling. 


In college. 


Christ mas Is a terrific force. 


"I'm going to bed." «atd It does things to people, if 

.Su/.ette. 'Those kids will be _ 

crawling all over us In a few 

"That's Ihe beauty of open- Thirsty \ il lagers 

Ing presents on Chrlsimo-s ||”l* T 

Recall Renelaetor 

we lived In Wlnnetka. . ■ 

Mr. Baxter put out the 1 aLPIIINGTON. England 

- EiRhty.wo vn. 


Mr. Baxter put out the aLPIIINGTON. England 
table lights when the others _ . . t-j-i.... ... - ..n 

h.d non, ,nd ,to«l for . "I™'”"' tlRhty two vll- 

moment, watching the glow lagers raised their tankards 


show for It Is s blithering K 
mess ' 

She laid a hand on his arm s 
"Nat a mess. dear, except as 5 
you choose to see it as such. « 
Christmas It a day for identi f 


SEASON’S 

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Merry Christmas! | 

Greetings of ihe season 3 
to you. our friends and 3 
patr»»ns' May iieace and ji 
happiness be tn your « 
heart and Joy in your ^ 
home at this glad and m 
glnrtous holiday time. I 

... « I 


I I STORES CLOSED ALL DAY s 
I I CHRISTMAS, DEC. 25 a 

I 1 and I 

; * NEW YEAR’S DAY. JAN. 1 | 

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i I OrENBOXINGDAV, 12Noonto5p.m. I 

I McCALL DAVEY DRUG CO. 

3 1469 Dotiglaa (Opp. Oly Hall) t SMI 

I SHELBOURNE DRUG STORE 


4'orner Hillside and Khelboume 


Pbooe 4 8106 


> T-& r« r«i Kx t .1^ v-a v<9 Fw v-'v ^ txv HA sax sex » j 


from the tree, it was only a high Jn Ihe Inn here and drank 

ff a>a ■mrr mC ««-t *>,1 Ml BiX »kt ts.1 WS 94 sat eA vs Vi 


JSnmps in the IScns 


. 10 . farmer who died ? 

I ra. . " I' .* ' tCt t _ ' Trk rxiiv and KHends -L. — 4 ?■' M 


Pope’s Prayer: Peace 


VATICAN CITY In a 
hushed ceremony, Tope IMus 
MI SYdemnly prayed for 
world i>eace this Christmas 
morning as he I'elebrated a 
fTutniRlit mH.ss before the 
a'ur of his simple puvate 
ChapeL 

The Pontiff's voire was Inw 
and prayerful D was in 
marked rontrast w-ith his 
words of three days sg<- when. 
In his annual message, he 
made a p<iwi*tful plea for 
peace but, at the same time, 
warned men of goodwill not 
io let down their guard and 
noi to be afnld. 

The mldniglit m.iss cere- 
mony was stfended only bv a 
few of Ihe Pontiff's rlo'ent 
a-S'Viates. Including the nuns 
who take rare of his Vatlrm 
apartment. The mass \v.is 
br'widi'flsl hy the Valu'an 
radio and hy nebvorkk of 
various European connines. 

* * * 

I.AS VEGA.S. Nev Norma 
Tsl(na«tge the veraallle tlatk 
eved siren who made more 
than 2nn pictures during her 
silent film career. dle<l yes 



Mrs. dustina ficlxafter. T7. 
when flames gutted tlie home 
oi'cupied hy the elderly 
woman. 

* * ♦ 

NEW YORK The govern evoniuaiiy ocriipving .-»ian- — ■ - , — p w 

ment has ordered the Ws ^ RAIL SHIPl/ 

R H«»ffa wiretap conspiracy * * * **r*iw wiasa 

raxe restored to the federal » • n. n-u* RIIQ ft 

diHirlct court calendar for re tSUj 4.^ 

trial Jan. 6. 99 year -old Alfr^ Philos #r ( njjM-s ! 'I 

* a * rived here Monday at the end « KVK(\UT< 

of his first flight, he gave an HOTKI-S — KI->H)KIN 
.*?EOUL. Korea — When exhibition of touching his t* i-di.m ri*«i *uu»u 

Chung Ilyung Kook a Burt- toea and doing the splits to *='* M 

disi priest, took a ooncubloa prove that "k(*eping fit keeps Wsstsrs Caas4a Trivsl Ssrvloa jj ^ 

contrary to rules of hli rellg- you alive." Phillips has out- 1006 DOftGt.AS BT. 3-4712 |f 
Ion. church authorllles began Uved three wives and has 20 M>r»».n* 

to <ioubt the sincerity of his grandchildren and eight 
investigation 

ih.xt Kook was really a Com- * * * H 

munl.st spy who eraduateYl HALIFAX Police yester ■ 


architect of Japane%e ac* hrfp five years or more, 
gressinn In Manchuria, died — - ^ — 

of a heart attack at age Tl. ' 

nkswa engineered the Man- ||Cl\ET5 

churlan invldeni In Sept. IS. AlO 

19.1I. which resulted tn Japan AIK 

eveniually ocTUpvIng Man- ■ r» 

chuna RAIL S 


21 years ago. 

The farmer. John Courtenay 4 ^ 
Bonus, left a fund Of 12.‘K) <now 3 a 
worth $700 hut worth sub- i q 
atamtally more at the time) to g 
provide free beer, stout or rider « 4 
for the old people of Alphlng- 5® 
Inn on the annlN’eraary of hts * P 
buth. u'^j 

' Tu qualify, villagers must he |S 4 

'over 60 anil mu^^t have lived .3® 

hrfe five years or more. ® ft 

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TICKETS 
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To Our Cuolomrr* and Friend* ^ 

A MERRY CHRISTMAS „ 

ond A HAPPY NEW YEAR 

MANAf.KMF.NT and STAFF of the SHRl BBLRV 


SIDNEY. Australia When 
99 year -old Alfred rhllllps ar- 
rived here Monday at the end 
of his first flight, he gave an 
exhibition of touching his 



contrary to rules of hli rellg- you alive." Phillips ha* out- 
Ion. church authorities began Uved three wives and has 20 
to <ioub( the sincerity of his grandchildren and eight 
fallh investigation piovetl greatgrandchildren 
ih.xt Kook was really a Com- * * * 

munlM .py «lm HALIFAX Poll.-r y«l*r 

Iron, .SMul Cfn.r.l Ba<Jrtl,E ^.y charge) Wllfr-d M,r«.n, 
Coll, j, .0 inmtr.t, . n-ng j-V „l.h murdor lo th* rt-.lh 






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NORMA TALMAIXIE 
. . more than 200 dims 


ioua order 


LO.S ANGKLF..S Mrs, 
(I'T a A'luud of suspicion In Richard Kniee and Sirs. Hd-ott 


19jJ. ui being lecalled. 

* * * 

NEW YORK .MatUwtIda 
Dobbs. 32. Negro Metropoli- 
tan Opera singer, and Bengt 
■laneon. 44. Swedish jnunial- 


K. Wolf aie Ihe dismavert 
wmnera of a contest Mr*. 
Kruse won a 25 ton block of 
granite suitable for a erm^ 


of four persons in a water- 
front tenement fire here 
Thursday night. Merson was 
arrested on a drunk charge 
the night of the lire 
* * • 

OTTAWA Bennett John 
Roberta. Myear^ld chairman 


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tenlay She was 60 Death |„j nave been married. The 


teiy memorial, and Mrs. Wolf tne National Harbors 

won a seven-fool bron/e Board, will be Ihe new presi* 
Venua of Milo with a clock in dent of the St. Lawrence Sea- 


was ittrthuted to a stroke. 

* * * 

WASHINGTON Ru.ssla la 
replacing Its ambassador here 
with M. A. Menshikov, a can- 
didate memher nr the t'nm- 
munlsl paity's powerful cen- 
tral i-ommlttee GeorgI N. 
7Jtroiibln. who Came here un- 


coloratura soprano drew fa 
vorahle revlewa tn Ihe role of 
Lucia. 

* a e 

TORONTO A Toronto 
woman, Mrs. John Uood. 
mother of four, raced Into a 
burning house and rescued 


TOKYO 


The Weather 


Peremher 25, I957 Hand 

Increasing clouds m the Rum 


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.Christmas 


Flames Convert Reserve Home into Funeral Pyre 


(jrcelings 
from 
ALL 
of us I 


Grief-stricken fathpi's of (he two 
families so traRically sli-urk in ihe fii'e 
that destroyed their joint home gaze 
at Ihe ruins on the Cowichan Resene. 


Rennie Louie, right, lost all five 
children. ITie two infanta of Arnold 
Francis were saved when thrown 
through a window by their mother. 


dit*n of Rennie Louie perished was cut off from all 
rescue attempts. In this picture, taken half an hour 
after the fire was discoveivd, the childi'en's bedroom 
Is still a mass of intense flames.-^iPhotos by Stan 
('ummer.l 


White-hot flames that enveloped the four-room home 
of the two Indian families within minutes of the 
explosion of a gasoline lamp drove hack a rescue team 
of Duncan detachment RCMP, who were summoned 
from their beds. The room in which the five chii- 


fiailij dolontflt ® 3 


Indian Home Cnttcd 


Merry 

Christmas 

and a 

Happy 
New Year 


Victoria » first l>»by of ItTjS Smith Ltd 
will ho showered with gifls hy fathers of 
city merchants as in past years. Joseph’s an 
And If he or stia turns out phals. a t 
to be B.C.'s first baby of 1958— ^Ltd : mr 

the provinces reniennial year— 'Daily Coloi 
the bonanza will be worth thou If the II 

sands as U lahes on province- 
wide scope. name then 

Winner of Victoria's New Maurice, 1 
Year stork derby will gel a $10 
merchandise certificate from h»*me. If 
jpeter Pan s Children’s Wear; ‘Humber R 
a diaper bag from Orma Pt#- child with 
srrtptlons Ltd ; a haby poriraa 
fmm Goorti Studio, first walk- 
ing shoes. Tyke-n-Teen Shoe 
.Shop: floral arrangement for 
mother. Batlamyne's; pair of 
baby shoea, Stylerlle .Shoes; a 
shirt for father. Price A 


DUNCAN— Five children were burned to death In 
a fire that gutlt»d their Cowichan Indian Reserve home 
early yesterday morning. Two other infants were saved 
when their mother threw them from a window of the 
flaming house. 

Dead are Delmar Boh. five: 

Lawrem'e Bob three. Lillian 
Bob. two. and Charlene and Col- 
leen Boh. lOmonlhold twins 
They were the children of Eve 
iyn Boh. who was severely 
burned when a gasoline lamp 


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Ot)«-n tin a p.m. Frldayt 


•’We were uncertain whether 
it was my house or not." lald 
Loute. We watched it for a 
v^'hile, as the flames grewblgher 
and higher, and then we de- 
cided to go and see " 

The fire was first discovered 
exploded while she was lighting by RCMP Const. Norman Har- 

I vey McKean, while he was re- 

I turning from a patrol that had 
1.KNGTHV OBnr.M. „„„ ‘ 

The mother ^^as sdll In the 
operating mom three hours T Ok < ONTKOI. 
after the fire was rilsroveretl, The fire was so far out nf 
while the poiire were waiilnR control when di*wovered that 
for the ruins to cool sufficiently nothing could have saved the 

to recover the bodies uf her home, and no fiie fighting ap' 

children paraias v«a« summoned. 

Saved when thrown from a Loute Francis home Is 

five foot high window were (iei miles Irom Duncan, and is 

alrilne Bob. 15 months, and md included in the 250-ortd 
.Sharon Ek.h, four months. Ihe l«nd that have 

children of Belly Boh. .ister of Ju;«. recently been added to the 
Kvelyn- The children suffere«! 

shock and brul-ses from their f-'lre protection la furnished 
1^11 to the Indian land m Ihe city 

’ . . » by live City of Duncan Volun 

The two sisters ^rom but where 

Nanoose. and were marrlM to d^^roved home was built 
fwo members of the Cowichan 
band. Evelyn to Rennie l.,ou»e. i 

‘"i B<-"y ArnoW .he (ir. he rart.oed Inr 

fertng from .hoek. y,,,., n,.hed: 

Evelyn 24. and Betty. 21 were to King s Daughters’ IloapiiaJ 
waiting for their husbands to m ^ police car. The ambulanee| 
return from fishing in the Kok- was railed hut there was 
aliah River, which Is separated nothing for It to do. i 

only hy . rood from ihe .rre n( „„ 

cleared land where the Louie , . 

homeklood. I Khnme x)u.e w,d lh.l hi. 

wifp. Evelyn, told him that 
BAW TIIF B'lOKR their gasoline lamp h.id run out 

Their fishing expedilinn had f“^l vtiule the swiers Maiinl 
taken them atmin a mMe up- 'he fishermen fo reiuni. 
■iream from their home sHu 'Evelyn said slie Umk || into a 
aied on high ground a seam .Vl r.>mer room, where the gas was 
yaids west of Ihe Island High- '***l**' '® refill it. She must have 
^ny .spilled some of the gas on Ihe 

The two men told leporlers ‘he Ump and 

they first saw the smoke and ""*“*~* “ 

flames while on the river, but '^^he was covered in flames ” 
did not think it was their house, I^iuie. "and there was 

nothing she could do hut get 
f ^ ^ ^ ^ W'hen the lamp exp|n<led. 

A the flames were spread to every 
corner of the house.” he said. 
y/ IF YOU The Ixnne famiiy Used in a 

rtiom lo fpei ftvm the room 
^'b^re the fire broke out. two 
rblldien sleeping in a 
lyg| ^ bed. and three of them bedded 

WA ■^niwiax low-n on a mattress on Ihe floor. 


Only sun’lvors of the fire which 
destroyed their home on Vancouver’s 
Musqueam Reserve yesterday morning: 
were Harvey. 6; David. 15, and Johnny 
Louis. 8. Three sisters and throe 
brothers died in the flame.s. Their 


mother, Mrs. Constance Louis, a 
widow', was away from home and did 
not know of the deaths of her children 
for some hours. Fire is blamed on an 
over-healed stove.— (AP Photofax.) 


Three Cheat Flames 


HARRISBITIG. Pa <APi— m 
Thri*c irersons leaped to fire 
men’s nets fri»m the top Moor of 
a cTowiled four storey apart 
ment building during a general " 
alarm fire near Ihe Pennysyl- e) 
vanta state rapito] grounds last j 
night. p 

At least 12 persons were re^ } 
ported Injured, one critirally. V 
Three persona lumped into S 
firemen’s life nets as flames 1 
slired through the roof One. a a 
man, was a plummeiing torch 3 
from the waist at he hit the a 
neis t 

The others were an 11 year | 
old girl and a 15 year old § 


Jobless Have Fun 


Best wLshes for a holi- 
day season that lights up 
yowr hearts and homes 
with love and laughter. 


a job and a steady Income! 
might help hut a group of im ' 
migrants gathered at 144'« 
Lailyamlth last night didn’t let 
it upon their fun. 

Hosts for a gemiitUchkeit 
transferred to Victoria from 
German beerhalls were Mr. and 
Mrs. Andreas Gedenek and their 
two daughters, Andrea. 6. and 
Ursula. 5 


IHD6 Dougliia 


To you and yours, soa-son's I 
greetings. Heartily, we £ 
wi.sh for you a Thrlsimas ft 
that a meiry and bright. J 
May Santa , . . and the m 
N ew Year, too . . . bring ft 
j'ou Just what you’re A 
wlahing for' « 


EMES ELECTRIC I 


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Parliament Act the annual 
hobby show to be held in Van 
couver next year. 


WATCH FOR IT! 

STARTING 
FRIDAY NEXT! 


PRKS( KIPTTON 
FOK HAPIMNFXS 


The Kranuf children were chivist Willard Ireland, this 
thrown through a window in year’s “lieutenant • governor." 
ttieir bedroom tn the front of The membera of this, the 2flih 
thr house, and then the mothers Older B<'ya' Parliament, repre- 
made their way outside Their sent boys' groups throughout 
husbands arrived on the scene B.C. 

almost at the .same time a.s Main legislation this year will 
ronsf Harvey McKean. concern the revamping of the 


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PublUhMl •v«ry raorolAf MMpi MondAy by Um OAotUtl FwhHabprt 144. 
•I 24S1 DoogU« StTMt, VlrtortA, R.C 

HED.NESOAV, DEC EMBER U. tMT 


A (UlirifltmaB frayrr 


J^E pfaent ei our table. Lord. 5i( •'d/i 
Ij ui oi We celebrate. Be here, if net 
everjfwhae. adored. Core ui oi we rejoice 
to held m affectionaU and treleful remem- 
brance Th]j M4.ri/ice. that out feaiUng 
maji net be a feitivel of Forgetfulneu. 

Civc Ui to remember in Th)f Nam* ihet* 
who have winter but Chrittma^^thal 
of Thy bounty to ui We may give to 
them cauie for rejoicing which otha- 
wiu could not be theirt. 

To Thy little people — for whom there 
M a ipet-ial comer in Thy lf>nd heait— 
give a day of undiluted delight, and when 
tired but very happy they hip their bed- 


tin)* piayeii. au.<pi 

foi the lovely hm* and the lovely 

they have enjoyed. 

Continue to ui du'i thoie mewei we 
have received from Thee nme last we 
celebfoled Thy birthday, and beep ui ever 
mmdful that the joyi of l.'hru/mdi d'c 
ouri only «( Thy txpatut — on Calvaiy. 

r4ccept from ut at OiM gift of love to Thee 
the offer of the lervice of our Irvei, and 
beep UI ever grateful for oil Thy good- 
neoi to Ui 


— Fr*>»r •if»r«4 k* Km r K rOAB 
A«al al LABbatk MlMMa. •! mviAmM 


The Navy Will Be There 


I T should be a spectacular ahw next 
summer when the RCN puts on iu 
Cala dress for B.C.’* centennial occasion. 
Ships and men will take part In numerous 
ceremonies and the navy will carry iU 
flag to a score and more of island and 
mainland port*. For some coastal com- 
munities It may be their first glimpse of 
the UTtite Ensign in many a* long year. 
The program announced last week by 
the Pacific Command indicates that the 
RCN. as usual, will play a full part in 
adding to civilian celebrations. 

A highlight for Victorians undoubtedly 
will be the July review by IfRH Princess 
Margaret of RCN and visiting foreign 
ship* off Royal Roads. In effect it will 
he a “Spithead ' assemblage in miniature, 
reminiscent of the Coronation review off 
Portsmouth in which the RCN played 
a commendable role. Slome 40 ships will 
he at anchor in formation, proridmg 
l>T)k*aI naval pageantry and adding gaiety 
to the evening scene with spectacular 


illumination displa>*s. This Is something 
for citizens to look forward to. 

It is perhaps a pity the review could 
not be staged off Dallas Road in front 
of Beacon Hill, an area that provides 
such a splendid vantage point for spec- 
tators ashore. By comparison the land 
along the Roads lacks the physical facifi- 
tics for containing the crowds that will 
want to see the review. they ^xHild 

do at fairly eJewe range from the Beacon 
Hill Park waterfront. No doubt Roval 
Roads is the best anchorage for so m<|ny 
ships, but this might Invite diKappoint- 
ment from the public standpoint It should 
be p<|ssihle, however, to have the review 
fleet sail past Beacon Hill after the Royal 
inspection, and perhaps the nav>- has 
this in mind. 

In any event, Victorians will see much 
of the RCN in action during the centen- 
nial celebrations. That was to be expected, 
for the na\y has ahvays hacked civilian 
enterprise in this area to its possible 
limit. It is a bulwark of Victoria as well 
as of Canada. 


Good Work by the Post Office 


T t::DER pressure heavier tlian ever 
^ before the V’lctoria post office and 
its VOO extra helpers have done their 
sea.<^nal duty this Christmas In a manner 
which should earn them the thanks of 
the whole community. Although the 
volume of parcel and greeting card mall 
ran to almost half a million pieces in a 
single day it was cleared w-ith astonishing 
rapidity. .So efficiently was the avalanche 
.sorted out and delivered each day that 
even before Christmas Eve arrived ser- 
vice was almost l>ack to normal. 

Despite the fart that many of the 
temporary mailmen were inoxpenenc*ed 
and unfamiliar with the mutes as.signed 
to them. ver>' few mistakes were made 


with addiesaes. It was a .splendidly 
organized operation at the deli%er>' end; 
and at the main and branch post offices 
and in the pick-up services a record 
volume of business was handled with 
equal dispatch. 

Without in any way detracting from 
the praise due to the permanent and 
part-time staff, a word of commendation 
should he given to the public. Mailing of 
gifts and Christmas cards began early 
enough to avoid too heavy a concent ra- 
tion at the peak period, and people gener- 
ally a.ssisted the post office greatly by 
making separate bundles of local and 
out-of-town mall and using the latv'ls 
supplied by the department. Altogether 
it was a fine co-operative effort. 


Roses in December 


H ORTICULTm A LL Y V' i c t o r i a Is 
unique in Canada. Roses, some only 
freshly opened from their huds. were 
blooming in a number of city gardens on 
Christmas Eve. Chrysanthemum.s In a 
not of color flared from almost every 
border and hung in gay festoons In the 
flower stores, ^rried holly glistened on 
many a tree In the pale t5ec»'mher sun- 
shine. the epitome of the festive season 
Weather b>recasts were for *'a green 
(‘hristmas,” but whether that eventuates 
or not it will {•ertainly be a flowering 
one Autumn has lingered on into the 
arms of winter. 

Here on the Pacific Coast, benefiting 


Interpreting the !\eirs: 


from the milder influence of the warm 
Japanese current never too far offshore, 
an open Chri.stmas js expected but it is 
attractive just the .same. The la.cl ru.sh 
of bloom from a lush Indian Summer 
seems loath to depart, some sap runs still 
in deciduous trees and next year's leaf- 
buds are fonning at their tips. In the 
greenhouse* and conservatories for whiiii 
Victoria is famous, December s hane.st 
this year would astonish anyone not 
acTjuainted with this tw-elve-monlh calen- 
dar of floral wealth. Januarv' of course 
must end It. but it will bring in its tram 
the snowdrops and the first of the early 
spring flowers. 


Adenauer Takes Leading Role 


By rHARl.KH M .MK ANN 
l'ni(«Kl PreM Staff rorreKpond^nt 


W K.ST German rhanrrllor Konrad AHrn 
aurr may take (hr lead m aoundlng out 
Sevtat n la on tha po^Akhtllty of eaain* cold 
war tr* n. 

It !• .nown that Andrei’ J^irnov .Soviet 
ambaA or tt« VNe»i has postponed 

a Chr tmaa vacation to remain in Bonn ao 
he will be available If Adenauer wants to talk 
to him. 

Now it is reported that Adenauer la work- 
ing on a Teallstlc” reply to the letter w-hlch 
Soviet Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin sent to 
him on Dec. 10. 

This letter was one of the aeries with which 
Bulganin bombarded Allied lcader.s and all 
other members of the United Nations In ad- 
vance of last sveek's North Atlantic Treaty 
Organization meeting m Paris. 

a * # 

Bulganin's letter to Adenauer added noth- 
ing to Russia s known position on ^old war 
laaues. 

Rut It lacked the threatening tone of 
Bulganin’s previous letters to Adenauer and 
was even friendly. 

Some dlaappolntment was expreaaed In 
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Thinking Aloud 

ing wax— of cabbages and kings." Reports from Ottawa 

By TOM TAYLOR ^ ...... u 

TnOMESTIC politics and Cold War practices to which Canada haa 
* NO . Mfrry CTiriiilmM lo you .Jl ,, ^ 


*. . . of shoes — snd ships— and seal 
ing wax— of cabbages and kings." 

By TOM TAYLOR 

A nd a Merry Chri.simaa lo you all 
this historic morn and may the 
sun be shining, in your heart If not 
outside your wm- 
dow. 

3^ And may the 
^ wise men among 

N your friends have 

^ brought you the 

^ gold, frankincense 

m m\rrh of the 

’.aw* fs^hlon of today. 

(he fet- 
tive board 

aw-alt.s you this afternoon be kind to 
your Indulgence. * 

And may we remember for whom 
this day is held. 


Andrei A Gromyko and Communist party 
chief Nikita .S Khrushchev made before the 
Rus«lan assfmhly on Saturday. 

Gromyko and Khruah< hev alt hut ruled out 
the proposal made at the NA'PO conference 
for new dharmamem negollstlnns either m the 
trnlie<t Nations disarmament cnmmis«.ion or at 
a special "big four" foreign ministers’ meeting. 

But* Adenauer’s feeling seents to t»e that 
somebody has to make a new move toward 
rwgntiations of some sort. And he .seems to 
be ready to atari things going himself. 

* * * 

The feeling has strengtherted that Adenauer, 
rather than President Kisenhnwer. was really 
Ihe leading figure at the Pans conference In 
so far as practical pmposala were conremed. 

It waa Adenauer who set the ke>note for 
Ihe conference by insisting that the NATO 
countries find out whether there might ht any 
sincerity in Ruaala t expressed desire to ease 
world teruUon. 

.Secretary of SUle Dulles, as Eisenhower s 
adviser on foreign policy, had wanted to put 
all possible emphasis on setting up mlsaile 
bases In Europe rather dun negoUaUng with 

Russia 


It i* not. really, nur day It is for 
us and we use it and make merry, 
and that ’is not wrong for the first 
Chmmias a as ushered in with "tid- 
ings of great Joy." 

But It Is a birthday Not ours- hut 
Ills In ifte midst of our merrymaking 
we do not always remember that. 

.'5<in>e would change the day of cele- 
bration ind make It always a Mon- 
day. to suit their own convenience 
That Ihe Xmas of the Natlsnty: 
not the Christmas. 

* * * 

I heard De.sn Whitlow* talk aptly 
the other day on the two Christ- 
masses: one Ihe X mas and the other 
the ma-.6 of Christ. 

Hi- bespoke X mas well. It was sec- 
ular hut it had a place in Ihe celebrat 
lion of this day 

There was room for galeiy and 
gualo and good cheer It was meei io 
exchange gift* and enjoy the ahund- 
an»r of the season. 

Albeit, as Dr J. L. W Mrl../'an 
observed last .'*unday. Ihe gifts of Ihe 
M.igt were brought without thought 
of leturn. 

* a * 

But the cards and the greetings and 
the good fellowship are Ihe outward 
trappings that have come to be asso- 
ciated with Christmas 

Its essence, said the Dean, is that 
today Is the anniversary of the biilh 
of tfOd's son 

If we celebrate a birthday not our 
own. then, we should pause to refle^l 
on whose it Is. 

In Ihe midst nf our festivity there 
sh«»uld be a lull io remember him, 
and not merely in a brief grace 
before dinner. 

* e e 

Mention of cards reminds me nf a 
lovely atory I came arrow, about that 
fnendly little bird, the robin 
Robins appear often on Chriaimas 
cards and with good reason, accord- 
ing to the legend that lella how Ihe 
robin’i breast became red. 

It Is sold that when Christ wa.s on 
HU way to the Crucifixion the robin 
tried to ease HU suffering by pulling 
a ihom from His crown of thorns. 

And in doing m. a dmp of blood 
fell upon the robins breast and it 
has remained there ever since, 
a ♦ ♦ 

The robin is a friendly garden com- 
panion. Christmas is a time of fnend- 
llnes.s and good company. 

It was meant lo be that, from the 
beginning. 

The Christ Child rime bearing Joy 
and goodwill; offering peace on earth 
to all men. 

This IS the real meaning of Christ 
mas. 

TTiere is no compulsion about ac- 
cepting His gifts. We can use them 
today and then cast them aside, or 
we ran share them all the year 
through 

That Is entirely up to us. 

But if there had been no Christ 
there would be no Christmas. 


D OMESTIC politics and Cold War 
politics affect wheat more than 
any other ordinary commodity of 
Canadian trade 
and Prime Minis 
ler Diefenbaker's 
suggestion of a 
NATO food pool 
points up this fact 
His idea is io dis- 
tribute the surplus 
food of NATO 
countries to what 
he called the under T 
developed which usually means 
undernourished countries. 

The idea has meni. So far as ihe 
domestic politico economic situation 
resulting from our wheat glui is con- 
cerned and 1 have no doubt this v/as 
very much in Diefenbaker’s mind It 
would help move our wheat to hun- 
gry people who can’t afford to buy it, 
while at the ume time constituting a 
Canadian contribution to NATO. 

(ntemallonalty. it recognirea that 
hungry peoples are more easily at- 
tracted by the economic theory of 
Communism The plan would be an 
implementation of Article 2 of the 
NATO treaty, t h e long neglected 
article providing for economic co-op- 
eration among NATO countries. It 
vsnuld also help further what Foreign 
Mmiater Smith de.tcrihed as one of 
the main objecllve.s of this week's 
NATO rnuncil meetings; that is. to as- 
sure the rest of the world that NATO 
has no aggressive intentions. 

The plan seems to he a great Im- 
provement on the plan Diefenhsker 
had intended to put forward at Dart- 
mouth College last fall, hut deleted 
from his speech at almost the last 
minute. Tliat was lo ask the major 
wheat exporting nations to agree on 
a fair division of the world market. 


The food pool plan can get no- 
where. nf roiirse. without American 
particlpattnn. Not Ihe least of tis ad- 
vantages would be that it would re- 
duce competition of ihe U.S. farm 
surplus disposal program, and might 
result in a termination of American 


practices to which Canada haa ob- 
jected. 

.Seemingly this objection haa not 
been fruitless. In spue of Siepiicism 
from opposition members of parlia- 
ment- One incident Indicates that the 
Americans are now concerned about 
hostile Canadian reaction that they 
ire refusing to cut In on established 
Canadian markets. 

This is a report from a source I 
believe to be reliable, that the Ameri- 
cana declined to sell wheal to Poland 
unless the Poles promised that they 
would buy their normal quanllties of 
Canadian wheat. There Is not likely 
to be any official admission in Wash- 
Inglon that this pledge was exacted 
from Ihe Poles The U S. administra- 
tion has no desire to incur the anger 
of longre^smen from wheat -produc- 
ing slates. 

This softened US attllude is al- 
most certainly a Cold War phenom- 
enon. reflecting U-S. appreciation 
that Canada U a moat Important 
American ally la continental defence 
snd as a supplier of rsw materials. 

* * a 

Politics permeate Polish purchases 
too. The Americans offer wheat for 
Polish rlotys because they want to en- 
courage efforts of the Poles to loosen 
Ihe bonds that tie iliem lo Rus.sia. 
The Polish government, beset by 
great unrest at home, wants U.S. 
wheat so It ran drop the unpopular 
compulsory wheat rteUveiies by the 
peasants and build up reserves 
against crop failure or other catas- 
trophe 

Last spring, when the Poles bought 
11,000.000 bushels of our wheal on 
2*t>ear credit, the longest wheat 
credit Canada ever extended, they 
also agreed to take at least 5.500.000 
bushels In this new crop year. But 
now they want longer credit, surh a.s 
10 years, and they hint they'll take 
larger quantities If (hey gel long term 
credit. 

A few- days ago the government 
replied to (he Polish request with a 
flat "no" 'Tvv'o and one-half years, 
yes. hut not longer 


The Packsack 

Of GREGORY Cl-ARK 


A S usual, the Packsad< will cele- 
brate Christmas Day by offering 
a toast (n al lihnse who. this day. 
are working harder than on any 
other day of the 
year In order that 
we fortunate ones ^ 
may celebrate to P ^ ii^H 

the full, • IH 

Here's to the I ^ 
railroad men. all 
up and down across 
the continent. 

engineers and con- 'jM ^ 

ductnrs. the train- " 
men. the men in the lowers and the 
old boys on the crossing gales, who 
today are keeping the trains run- 
ning with doubled scheflules. 

Here's to the bus drivers, from 
St. John's. Newfy. to the Golden 
Gste. snd from Honda to Prince 
Rupert, who are shoving the buses 
through snow and fog and rain and 
sunshine, nobody knows how many 


hundreds of thousands of miles all 
told today. 

Here's a bumper to the police 
men, on double duty In city and 
town and highway, county hy county, 
province by province, last night, the 
nighi before last, tonight and to- 
morrow. that we may lie safe and 
sound. 

Here's a prosit to the telephone 
girls by the lens of thousands who. 
In Ihe giant spider web of their wires 
thJrt links our whole continental and 
overseas world together, are sitting 
right now al their places in front of 
(he twinkling boards, while you and 
I are festive 

The doctors and the nurses on 
duly in the hospitals. Ihe watchmen, 
ihe lenders of never-dying fires, the 
men In the power planui. the gas 
works, the Indlsperulbie. the unex- 
pendable onfw. to all a health to you. 
and our thanks. 


The report Is going around that 
■ ('hUago crematorium is bottling 
the ashes and aelting them to canni- 
bal tribes as Instant People. 


We are all for course* which fesrh 
young ladles how to be chanxung. 


The Buljfanin 
Note 

By DOROTHY THOMPSON 

r IE tendency In the US. State 
department to dismiss the last 
Soviet note as "propaganda' excites 
Impatience Every 
pinpoaa] that la F j 

made by a govern I 

ment must he prop^ . 

Bgaled That la 
what "propaganda gg^ jfc 

- But ; ’ ' ; anda ■ 


a «w 


w hen it if convin- ^ | 

cingly supportedB^dH|^l| 
bv description and 
anal>sta and di- 
rected to concrete and possible action. 


The Bulganin note, addressed lo 
>\ery m<anber of the Uniied Nationi. 
anal>’zes the present woild situation 
With claniy. No reasonable mind can 
argue that a world in which two 
enorfnoua military blocs, embracing 
a large portion of the whole of man- 
kind, face each other, armed with 
weapons of total destruction, ia com- 
patible with the very notion of peace 
and congniou* to the UN ideal of 
universal collerlive security Military 
alliances are made for war. and-A>e 
incompatible wuh the United Na- 
tiorx-s, as the late Senator Taft said 
In the last s|>eech he prepared. 


What rhe Russians say about 
"brush wars" that can be localued." 
the wishful hope of U S. srmy men. 
la also true by logic and precedent, 
and never more ao than now. Ameri- 
can and Russian alltances preclude 
such JiKaUzaiion If a skirmish 
breaks out on the Turkish Syrian 
finnlier. America is committed to In- 
tervene for Turkey, and Rua.-via for 
Syria When Rus-van tanks tolled 
into Bwiape^t the United States, after 
verbally em*ouraging yie revolt. h.vd 
to choo*ie beiween nothing hut hand- 
w ringing and useless propaganda 
about Russian brutality, or go to war. 


The First World War grew out of 
a quarrel between Austro^Hungai y 
and Serbia It waa not a brush w*ar 
because Serbia was backed by Im- 
perial Kusia and Austro Hungary* m 
military alliance with Germany. 

Tire Second World War started 
with a military alliance among Ger- 
many. Japan and Italy and broke 
out when Ormany attacked Poland, 
who had a military alliance with 
France, which Britain at the last mo- 
meni Joined in order to exercise 
"deterrenre " 

rhomaa A. Kempia advised. "Do 
not inquire w*ho says something but 
inquire whether what he says be 
true." 


Russia, in thia note, haa made 
specifie ptopu&aU. They are not new, 
but are now made frt#n a position of 
superior strength, which increases 
Iheir effectiveness. They are also 
accompanied hy warning that should 
s great power thermonuclear war 
occur, every country harboring a 
for one of the main betligerenia 
would be in danger of obliteration. 
Our counter argument that Kusxia 
couldn’t hit all of them before there 
would be ma.ssive retaliation is cold 
comfort Pe»>ples d<m’t care lo c*ll- 
male their mathematical chances of 
total annihilation. 


RuB.iia hna propos>ed: <D The cre- 
ation of a Kuro(>ean aecurlty pact 
beiween NATO and Ihe Warsav/ 
Pact, as a substitute for Ihe present 
alliance direried against esch other, 
plus agreements of non sggreeaion; 
(21 A bilaiera! agreement between 
Ihe U A and the US-S R ; t3> Unre- 
stricted development of trade be- 
iw'cen all countries; «4t The familiar 
"five pomta" for peaceful co-exist- 
ence; (5l The ending of thermtv 
nucleir tests for two or three years; 
tfii Renunciation by both blocs of 
ihermnniicleer weapons on the eoil 
of East and West Gersneny, and Ihe 
East European satellite*. 


The problem of control of all this 
la still left open. But to refuse lo 
negotiate will pul (he onus of any 
future war on the United .Slates And 
although we may find allies for a 
tiard necked poiiilon in govrrnmenia, 
we will not find them in powerful 
opixnllions or In their peoples. TTie 
Nobel Peace PrI/e speech of Canada's 
recent foreign minister. Lester Pear- 
son. la a warning So l« Ihe British 
re<*eptlon of fleorge Kennsn's re«'enl 
hrnad<'Bil over BBC. In contrast to 
ihsi accorded .Secretary of State 
Dulles' .So is the almo«i unanimoui 
reaction of Ihe West tlerman pre«a. 
urging negotiation .So Is the Implfca- 
don from Adlal .Sieveneon’a words 
that he could not bock up the old 
policy. 




(hough they should be warned that 
there is a iicnli to (he amount of 
chsrm a man cqn stand. 

♦ * * 

A swordfish ia in the news for 
stabbing e fiihcrman. but at least It 
had the decency not to string him up 
and lake a picture. 


Ute Russian peace offensive la 
effective "propaganda." because It 
U directed to a thoroughly frightened 
world, and soya what mllilons think, 
here In America no less than else- 
where; We can't go on like this The 
powers must produce «ome new ideas, 
adequate to the magnitude of the 
danger. 

If we leave it to the Russiana 
alone to produce U>«n. we will pay 

—By daacrUon. 


/ 



Nutitmul 

IViist . 


WrittPii, One Accepted 


Bailq (Eoloniat Vici.rU, B.c . w«i , d.c. is. i*st 


Strictly for Birds 


liellers to the Kditor 


ISone So Honored 


pencil and pop^r and Rtarta writ- 
me Not all songb come a> aakily 
as Litt|f> but hr ha^m't 

had ion much trouble with them 
yet 

Por a good lock charm he 
keepK the box ol Little Jewel 
matches in hia guitar case 


So the postmaster general turns down the lde« of a 
portrait of Rabble on stamps. As the editor so ably pul It. 
Robert Burns left his ^tamp on letters nearly JOO years ago. 

We Scoitish l>eople. particularly those born in Ayrshire 
as I was. can content ou^aelves on (fogmanay in the knnwl- 
c<lge that all over the world in many languages people ^lU 
sing AuM Lang Syne and Join hands in a tribute to Rabble. 
No other commoner or king is thus so honoreal 


R> TLI) nHAI KI.KKOKD 

A friendly argument and a 
stolen box of matches fired the 
musirai imagination of John 
Crago. 1H64 Kairburn. lam 
iChn.^tmas. Now. 12 months 
later, he has ctimposed seven 
songs 


MAKE YOUR 


daisy and a mouse He lefi a great part of himself to the 
world, so as Rabbte said, a Guid New Year tae ane an s'. 

AGNES L. SPOSITO. 

422 Kingston Street. Victoria B.C. 


Lethbridge, Alta., country music 
group. 

His first song. Little Jewel 
was named after a brand of 
miniature tnaiches he saw ai a 
friend's home 12 months ago 
They were arguing about how 
hard ii musi be to write songs 
and John used the mairhes tor 
Illustration. 

When be left that night he 
took the matches while hia host 
worked 2S 


WAIT FOR IT! 

Vear-Knd 

CIFAKANCK 

of 

IHHKIK 

I)^;>IO^STKATOR.S 

Starts Dec. ?7th at 

ROAF MOTORS 

YATfX at < CMIK 


(Christmas (.onrerts 


JOHN CRAGO 


We read In the papers ao many aiticlr* on Juvenile 
delinquents, hut nothing muih la said for the grownups 
who work w'lih and for our chlldmi, the junior ritiien. I m 
s^^^aklng in particular of the school Chrlalma.s conceria. 
showing evidence of many hours of labor of both the chil 
dren and the teachers. 

Needless to say I ve sMenried one ol these conceria and 
^^oulo like to commend Mr Kerlev of the Belmont High 
School, for his worl^with the hand. He K teaching these 
children something that in later years will hrmg them much 
enjoyment: meanwhile giving them a hobby that brings 
them companionship and the good feeling of work well 
done. 

Let s wish them well, such teachers, who devote so much 
time to our children 

(Mrs.i M H. COSH. 

Metchoeln, B C. 


ijin Rtbs raoiet 

Words and music come to 
geiher, John finds. He struma a 
lew chorda on hia guitar, grabs 


John i.s the father of two chll | 
dren, Bonnie. 12S. and Randy. 
10. Fits wife, flelen, occasionally 
leamc with John in duels to his 
guitar aci’ompanimeni. 

Copyrights on Little Jewel 
and another song. Happiness 
■ and Sorrow, came through the 
mall yesterday. He plans to 
I copyright more of hts songs 
'before recording them to send 
:to esiabllnh country and west 
lern aijgers. 

John s lyrics are usually sad. 
following the line of most coun- 
' try and w-estern songs. Little 
^ewr] goes, in port; 


wasn't looking 
hours that mghi, lH|>erecorded 
the song the next morning and 
played it to hia friend that after 
noon. 

Bom In Alheria .14 years ago, 


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Outxianding donations are 
expected tti boost the Greater 
^ctnna Community Chest 
total to $22o.(ih0 -- the .same 
amount collected in last year's 
campaign. 

Total to Id-st night wax 
$2l«W>2 about per cent of 
the target of S2.^1.7I7. 


S. J, CrgwLy 


We extend to our many good 
/riendi o imcere u’uti for 


777 Ferf Str#«f 


•Oh. .lewel. I'm sorry now. 
Tm so lone.*ivme I could die. 
'Are you really happy now'* 
"How could you love some 
other guy?" 


Bailiff Iladn Y Heart 
To Pester Debtors 


MoAQB«r 


A VKRV 

MKRRV CHRISTMAS 


Afoy ei’ery day Nr /tiled utra 
the bte$$ing$ of good health, 
httppinett and aorni fnend- 
Mhtpe 


EVKRYONE 

From 

Bk:S8lf-: aiid JACK 
TANG 


INalionil Tmkl (.ompanj* 727 Fort St., Vkioria 

Fwlodcd i« a depfwil of $ 

PUaike opM • Saviogi Aeenuai is mt a«ae a«d osai 
my psM-book, cbeque>book with bolder, elc. 

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Nome D Mrc 


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40F. MANTON 
•loe Manton Ahoe Repair 


JACK ARMSTRONG 
Odeon Theatre 


M\X ZABKI, 
Dominion Hotel and 
Reatnuranl 


Bi n HOCKING 

Flrreklng A Forhea 
Sporting Oonda Ltd. 


RIU. WATSON 
TYie Rngllah Sweet Shop 


C. II. ORMK 
Orme Presrrlpl Ion* I4d. 


GOBnON JKNNINGS 

Scvirrmht lAd. 


TOM PRICK 
PrUv A Kmlih Ltd 


DRKW M ATKKWOKTII 

.lllh Kite Photo* I4d. 


FROM THE FABULOUS 700 BLOCK YATES 


ROV STRABI.K 

Juu Rile Studio 


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VS'agf. Dudley Maikham. Harold 
HuKband Heorge Gvans Harry 
Mearn!« Rf>b Gunning Bill Lau- 
druQi Ruasell Ker Cohn Ruth* 
erford. Bill Gllmour, Bill Cathro. 
Cy William* and other* who 
ha\-e tent me earda and good 
wtahea. 

All o! the*« I reciprocaia. 


By HARHV ^OIM. Here* one export we could 

(Colon... Bu.lne« Editor. the 

I ihink the nice*, way I ran Technical Service Council* *ay* 
art Ihl* column this happ> ftiai heiween 19M and 1956. 

iriitmaa moimlng i* to quote over S.ilOO enginr^r* and 

other .cienliM* left Canada for 
,u .hl» l.nf Iron, ih, ^untriM 

T report of the Victoria t ham equivalent to one 

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land Tim Cro*hy and Ernie 
Amolt; t'aplaln Ron Newell and 
hi* Unlveraity for Victoria 
frienda. 

Greeting* al*o to Hubert 
iwelhaby. Bert Barnet. Doug 
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TORONTO 

Induatrial* 

Golds 

Basr Metal* 
Wiuitrm Oita 
Share*. 71< 


lower Gyp*um Lhw dropped 
I'l to 25. But ('aitaua Cement 
pained ** at Jt'j Steel* were 
lower frai'llonally. Alla* Steel 
aiipped 'a to IS'i 

Newaprlnt* were higher 
Fraaer Improved IN to 24 In 
a mixed ha.*e metal group 
Aluminium added 'a at 27N 

Mine* and ml* were lower 
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1 Sn and Venture* ’* at a new 
llow of 20 ']. Canarllan Atlantic' 
Ion loat 5 renia at a new low of 
;3.95 Among penny i*aue*. Belle 
'rha**e lost 3 cent, at 22 and 
New Formaqiie 1 cent at 7. 
'Si*i'oe gamed U cent* at 72 

Df'nUon InifHovpn 

-TORONTO I CP' The stock 
■ market, in a .shortened session. 
e<i*ed m moderately light trad- 
'inc 

Prices were mixed, to lower 
a few minute* after the opening 
but at the close they were 
decidedly lower 

^ Industrial pn« e change* were 
generally fractional, but Tran* 
Mountain Ihpeline lost 2'i 
point, at SiS m ai'five trading, 
Rp/tnlng oil. and pipeline* wore 
easier, while utilitie* had a 


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lo all our customers 
a wiih for a very 
Merry Christmas and 
a Prosperous New Year 


WINNIPEG (CP* K'>utme state* to nii their import, of s-u all. and 
and pre holiday trade appeared foreign rrude ail by l.'> flhi cent all those wl 

on the Winnipeg Grain Ex- Thla could he not so good for torla a flnei 

fhange and price* in most Tran* Mountain *7i! pipe- live 
grain held steady. There wna |tne and the Western Canadian Among tl 

no exi>ort inierc.sl reported in producer* hut 1 have a feeling thing* done 

Canadian coarse gram* that the mea.ure tp*y ^ very tlngulshed 

Flax had occasional buying temporary Chambei of 

by International interests and 
American house* Offering* 
w-cre in line with demand* 

Oat . barley =''d rye had a 
few“domesllc order* and pn< e* 
held *teady. 

Overnlghl loading of Cana 
dian wheal inrluded; L’mied 
Kingdom K.30.(rt) bushel*, West 


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140 Agl»44.>« * 

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1400 a«4«rr UMff U 

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ROOFING • SIDING • FI>OOR, PLASTIC 
TILE • Gl TTERS aod DOWN PIPES 


\Sh WISH AI.L A MKKKV ( HRISTMAS 
AND A HAPPY NEW VEAK! 

if" A • l*ORT.AIILE WELDING 
• ''TI.EI. FABRIf.\TINO 
w.Ar i— • MA( II1NF.BY RKPA1R.9 

industrial. Loectne. 


CAPITAL CITY ROOFING CO 


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RAMSAY MACHINE WORKS 


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11511 Dn *11 140 

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no* CtulM tA»d 
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35*4 Du**n 
3*04 a Mttartir 177 
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40* OrtoOur III 
100 * Orav K«*k 
510 Ounn»r 13S 

M* Dn *u 
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110 HtlUnfar 
}M4 Marl* 131 


Con*ahda(ed Denison was a 
feature of the mining ll*f. lead- 
ing uranlufTM w'ifh a \ point 
climb to 11*4 amid a turnover 
nf more ihan 
Can-Met 


AND FOI NDRV 

Victoria. B.C. PHONR 4-&3H 


lfi.Vl ^TORE 


ll.hOO share.* 
nine cents at 

$1 (Vt 

Wevrem Oil* were quiet with 
few- price change.*. There wan 
B allghlly eaoler tone in the 
section 

AT ali St. Dpiprtrd 

SKW YORK I CP* Stock 
itakers droned out their dosing 
price* of the pre Christmas *e. 
slon lo deserted brokerage of 
flee, and a lonely Wall Street 
ihat had been depopulated 
around noon for ihe holiday. 

The trading was dull ali day 
with the lat* deals very light, 
made at prices showing irregu- 
jlarity. Industrials managed to 
gain while rail* sagged and 
utilitie* held steady to firm 

Most of the major group* 
.held in a very narrow area with 


added 


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F.a« 

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Jji) 374 , 73* U4 

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Ry* 1 Ait4 7 141 % 

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IN't I itS‘4 3 I 05 I 


H.APPY NEW YE.AR 

Here * wishing you a truly happy hollitay season. 

We want you lo know that we appreciate your 
good will and thank you for the opportunity of 
serving you. 


CHICAGO (AP) — Grain fu g 
lures traded irregular in light | 
holiday dealing*. « 

Wheat and corn were mixed ■ 
near Ihe end of the shorten' d g 
^ I Christmas Eve sessions and X 

0* jthe best gains In special Issue, future* tended lower. J 

«, more than a point in aoch oft«i H.|h i -* rt * 

t* Kiue* a* Goodyear, ^niih. Jf;;* | 

Icaierpillar Tractor Freeport ier' ims tws S 

‘Sulphur and Emerson Electric i,* ^ ^ 

.Some of the paper slocks moved v- j * . H'>n . V 

1 * higher ' ** ’ Q 

,] .Moinr* balam'e4t off small J; jj 

134 gain* and lokve*. Steel* tlid tbe i'J >s ^ 

tl* ' kame Amerirtn Cvanamid and - . .u . S 

*** «ome of the other drug* moved V," i ‘ ^ « 

jio hlgJter while chemical* -Tagged ■ ♦•a ' ‘ ' 2 

Ab^iulh the onlv fralurc of 3 ^! '^s m', 2 

note wa* Ihe fact that sale* for **'• * 

iM M»e year to date cioa<:/*(| thp 
19 t 6 pre-Chrl*ima« hnii-i..' in 
ia|. For all of 1957. it i* e» 
peeled the volume will about 

maieh that of 19r»6 
3* Railroatl shat:': .lipped off 

!ii on average wlien N-^w Y<>ik 

ij* t'entnl ivued li«- retn'ti for i»ie 
ik'A firvt 11 month” of IT.T «howins 
net ln> nmp at $12" a shaie 

i 7 <^ against $1 .-r share m the > .>1 

levpondlng period la*t year. 

,5 London Stork Pricfx 

*“ IwONDON -Reuter*' Quiet 

>• condition, pr?- on th* Lon 
.. . don slock market 

Gilt edged seruri'ie* imiToved 
I on small tnve*iment support 
In the foreign market Japan 
^ e*e and Ciieek Nmda were firmer 
»« but Chinese ls.*ue% eased. D<dlar 
stocks were mainly lower Ttie 
M's Industrial market was idle with 
5 price movemeni insignificant 
2i Hudson * Bay improved hut Hnl 
•A lever issue, were dull 

Oil share* njiened dull hut 
later developed a steadier len- 
it ’ dency 

^ - -s=BI»» .•.** • Ib»1 

4V » »T» *7 A«« - •■•'i Vf . . • " ' - 


Greetings 
Season s { * 


BUTLER BROS. SUPPLIES Ltd 


AU. DEPARTMENTS 

I 5 S39 « I^oukUr Rtiwt — 707 View Street 

t 2 TV Hervire— ftftWI Ooufl** — KewUng t'ro**nk«i 


Chrtsima.iirte, the most 
sMrring and happiest period 
■?f the year. 1 * with u« 
again with all H. .penal 
spiritual and h\im»n mean- 
ing Mr* Chant loin* me 
in wishing you the very 
t»e«t di.C..-.R the festive 
seoutn amt throughout the 
4-»imtng vear. 

W. N. Chant 

Minister of Ptiblk Works 


ancouver Trading 


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Cn M.c Mac 3«7 
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RinginK bells and )o>'fuI ^ 
voice* herald a happy 
Christmas Reason. We ex- ^ 
lend to you our sincere ^ 
Yuletlde KreerinRS and beat 
wishea. May peace on earth 4t 
and good will be everlasting }/t 
in the hearts of all men. 
everywhere. 


Quuit/iUU 


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»d,4 r- - ■■■:■ * r-4ic 

Till* ptl'C Iwsed on the aver 
age V ’1” -jn 'he -■-eekly sale 
of iieasury bill* I* •'^97 pci .-c* • 
Tl-i* fOrripAied vMth !^9*l p-' 
<-«nl last Thill *d.-iv ”d .192 tvv' 
week* ■■■ 


MaaiacemenI aM KUiff Of 

WESTERN HEATING 

PRODUCTS LIMITED 

rssO on l oU# InoUileSI and Ser\lre<l 

8‘>.'5 BKOI (iHTON ST. 4-9? 


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.11 ST A WOKI» TO WISH VOI ONE 
\sn Al.l. THE (OMIM.IMLNTa OF 
^ __ THE aRASON 


NEW DEl.HI - API The cl > 
iilon ministry ha* detidrHi to 
make English the second Ian 
r..«ge in Indian univer*!:;”; ll 
now IS the first TTie ministry 
'infix.... ./I It ha.« B-*cptef| iMfx 
ommend.xtion* of a -tud'^ 
committee wnl'h called for a 
not lnDhR”’y r5.sf:g4.->‘, i 
tmiverslile* to Hindi, the main 
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write In Civil ^rvice CommUuOon. Ottawa and ask for 
1 IT --ular Y7 

HI 'IAN ttFN'KTH 1ST (university graduate to study 
IM.S.I.. health prfiMemsl. National Health and Welfare, 

Ottawa $7:>nnv For detail* write to f'lvll Service 

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ir.GAI. Ol-Ht FR 'to act •* Registrar of l^and Titles', 
Northern Affairs and National Resourcea, Whitehorse. 
YT V) -»6h $7 .TJn. plus norlhern allmsfanees 

9T ATIHTU I %N -hio'.tstistles or feneilcs' Natlonaniealth 
and Welfare Ottawa $ll .160 $7420. For detail*, write 
to t'ivil Service Commission. Ottawa and *«k for rireiilsp 
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PATKNT < iJk.HMIFK ATION OFFU KKJ* 'in the electrical 
and electronic or mechanical fields of inventionl. Patent 
and Copyright Office Ottawa $6.21016 660. 

TARIFF ROARO Omt FR <univer*ity graduate with gond 
knowledge of ecnnnmic theory and statisth-Rl method*', 
Tariff Board. Ottawa I.6.W0-I6.460 For details write 
to Ovil Service Commission. Ottawa and aak for nr 
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TIM HNR AL OFFH FR 'test scoring and psychometrlcal 
snalytl*). Training Command Headquarter*. National 
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M^real $4 140 and $4,660 to atari For detail*, wrrl’e 
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Health DIvialon, NatlonaJ Health and Welfare. Ottawa 
$4.2rxv$4jno 

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tpecial training in mathema(lc*i) Deparimem of Instir- 
ance Ottawa H.HO (o $44«0 atari, .iepending f*n 
experience For detail*, write to CIvU .Service CommJ* 
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tr«*-nf. A* Pg, boon seiccli’d to take ft 
fiBAiriArT .Mr. '*4 7 at SI part in the northwest semi | 

rinala of thr Metropniitan Opera | 
radio auditioiu in Seattle Jan. 4 a 
Mr Mata in opera »iudent j 
when he left Hungary during ft 
the rev»»luflon, tonk part ft 

In a .ompetition in Vancouver g 
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Dividends 

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■Bat WiAkea 

Meiry Christmas 

I We're aingitig out <s'ih a 

ft rheery gi. with a 

*'* I hearty wish Thai the holl- 
> g days will bring you many 
g happy he ‘ and with 
* * ■ thank* for your 

i'l ft patnmagr and g-'“*d will 


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QUALITY... LOW PRICES... PHONE 2 -7231 


Amnesty Little Use. 
Burslar Sent Back 


lo pmbr«i'« Chri&ti«nity, and 
d)M tn 312. 

But It vs'a.<tn*t until th^ 11th 
c^'ntury- ihai hLs tamr fprrad 
Into lh«* moflcni world* 

But m i urk^y, where he 
wax born. .Saint Nicholas la 
known by the Moslem popula* 
tion aa a man who by llvinf; 
lone ago In (heir country'. sdH 


gnld (hroufih (heir window. 
He repealed Ihif (wice more, 
so each girl could many in 
honor. Thui wax sImi. accord- 
ing to legend, the nngin of 
the three golden hall* which 
hang over a pawnshop door. 

He herame Blahop of Myra 
ipreaent day Demre*. w.is 
imprisoned •' Roman Km- 


PATARA. Turkey it'Pi— 
Santa Claus, the Jolly red- 
cheeked gentleman who diove 
hla reindeer drawn aleigh 
down from (he Nnr(h Pole to 
Visit millions of North Ameri- 
can homes last night, prob- 
ably never saw snow in his 


one tune -of the city of New 
York. 

According* to legend, he 
.showed his hoilnes. on the 
day of hi.H birth late In the 
third ceniiiry, when he stood 
In hla mother’s arms and gave 
thanks to Ood for being born, 

A few days later, he refused 
to be nursed because It was 


An amnesty rrlr.»<te ftom the |n which a warning sh'd wa« address. wa« given a wx-month 
RP Penitentiary uvive a Vtc- fired laiJ xeniencp m rity <-<nirt after 

loria man only a brief iwrirel of Hf wa. gi\en lour years on pleading guilty to a charge of 
freisjom. each charge. Involving break- jiurse-inaithlng. 

Vernon Charlea Reid 30 and entry .-d Murray l-^nance ‘Yours was an altogether 
freed from prison Dec 11. vex l.td lu3l Yates and Cenn improper action,’ the magi- 
terd.t heard M.iclMrufe Ifenrv Advertising .*^rvire 1032 Yates, r- 'e ' i 


served every fast day. 

His role as the saintly donor 
of gifts exchanged in (he 
Chriitmas season originated, 
so the slirry goes, through hls 
kindness to the thiee daugh- 
ters of nn impoverished noble 
man The girls, .so poor ("hat 
they had no dnwne* dei’ided 
ttiat one nf them should m*U 
herself as a slave so the others 
could mairy. 

Nlchola. overheard the dis 
cusilon and threw a bag of 


Constantine, the first emperor from the west 


The beloved Ugure who. un- 
der his real name and (Ule of 
Saint Nicholas, wss born In 
seml-rrnpicai Patara. Turkey, 
and tiv«>d and died without 
tisvelling more than a lew 
miles away . 

Despite his limited horiiion 
during hi.s lifetime. Saint Nick 
became the patron aaint of a 
donen or more counirles. of 
all boys, of aallors - and at 


toia me pUrse. containing $2o from Mra.[ 
Alice Pennington as *>be walke<l, 
re^Yird. It oo Pandora. He was ph'ked oiit. 
on that of a lineup at the police station. 

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HAPPY CHRISTMAS 
ENTERTAINMENT 
FOR THE ^ • - 
WHOLE ii 
FAMILY 


Kp(I I'o« cr 

This Is firsr photo rele.^sed 
of lien. Alekse .Sergeevich 
ZJiehoN , Red army oflicei who 
reportedly wields great in- 
fluenve in party politics. Gen 
Zheitnv IB said to have been 
behind Ihe nu.sier of Defence 
.Minister Marshal Georgi 
Zhukov.— «CP). 


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MOM TfiAN 

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Walt Disney 


I Noble N'orvall McKay Smith, 
'who wax to have been Installed 
'next month as Poientate of the 
Isc- Gizeh r^hrlrvc Temple, 'died sud- 
125 rtenly In hls Vancouver home 
late Moivlay He was 57. 

' Although he had be<>n ailing 
00 sini'C hi4 reilrcmem six montha 
ilO: ifio. he was thought to he gel- 
for “"C beisrr 

. In the Shrtrve organlrsflnn. he 
was bi*->i known av BC. director 
for 5ihrine hospitals 
F'uneral si'rvices will he held 
in Vanmuver F'rlit.xy and will he 
S .'tended by the Masonic Order. 


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Traditional ( hrUtmas IMmier with .AH She Trimmings 

DOMINION RESTAURANT 

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Casft on 1>eJivery 


All Pay 

noors Dally I p.m.— Fra. 1.29. 8.29, 8.29, 7.JW. 9.47 
\ma.s Day— S p.ni.— Fra. at 3.29, 5.29, 7.3«. 9.47 


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FKIPAY and SATtRPAV 
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Jny In friendship Is ode of 
Ihe great pleasures of 
rnrlstmx.s. and so It Is whh 
much warmth that we wish 
oitr friends and patrons a 
Merry Chnstmas. 


WiHMlward* Store, Ikmglas and fouHnry 
WIU, KKM.VIN 

Closed Today, Christmas Day, 
Thursday, Boxing Day, and 
Friday, Dec. 27th, Staff Holiday 

RrgtiUr Business Honrs 9.1H1 a.m. In 3..3H p.ni 
5Utunla>, Deermitrr ’2Hlh 


USED CAR? 
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LIMITED 

ENGAGEMENT 


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fOR A HOl/OAY FULL OF CHRISTMAS 


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rhristmas Prenenl 


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JAYME MAM^lEir 

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ft Dance Tourv. .>37.50 
4 Dance Crnirar >2 1.50 
2 Dancr Course. >1 4.50 

\o Down Pavmenl 
Fjisy Terms — ».%.on a M eek 
riinne 5-H78 


STAR SING 


DAVID NIVEN • CANTINFLAS 
ROBERT NEWTON • SHIRLEY MacLAINE 


I Mr. and .Mrs. Whitney | 

I of the 2 

I “BLACK SWAN” | 

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7 wish all their nixlnmers n 

U and friends g 

^ Ihe cnm|illnienta of Hie g 
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FCXTURING THC FOLLOWING **CAMCO’* STARSi 

Charlex BoYcr * Joe E Brown • Martine Carol • John Carradine • Charici Cobum • Ronald 
Colmin • Melville Cooper ■ Noel Coward • Ftnlav Currie • Reginald Denny • Andy 
Devine • Marlene DietrKh • Lu» Domingum •Femandel • Waller Fitzgerald • Sir John 
Cieigud • Hermiooe Otogold • Jose Greco • Sir Cedric Hardwicke • Trevor Howard 
Glyna Johns « Busier Keaton • Evelyn Kryea • Beatrice I ilhe > Peter Lorre • Edmond 
Lowe • Cbl Tim McCoy • Victor M’claglcn • A E Maithesrs . Mike Maxurki • John 
Milh • Robert Morley • Alan Mowbray • Ed Murrow • Jack Oakie • George Raft • Gilbert 
Roland • Cesar Romero • Frank Sinatra • Red Skelton • Ronald Squire > Bsail Sydney 
Richard Wartii • Harcourt Willuima 

TSCHNICOIOR* 

Screenploy by JAMES PQC • JOHN FARROW ond S J PERELMAN 
From rhs Clotsk by JULES VERNE * Diretttd by MICHAEL ANDERSON 


I>04irx 0|M-n' I p.rn . .'ait- nil 7 p.m.. I hihlrcn t.V (III 5 p.m. 

■ Tax Inti.) 


52 BEST PICTURE AWARDS 
and WORLD-WIDE HONORS 


W> hope that Santa'a 
park U giD-Full of 
Holiday joy for you . 


GOOD HF%TR AVAflJkBI.F. 
FOR AI.I. 

PKKFORMANC F-S AT THF.ATBR 
BOX OFY'lt F. 

IJ NOON# PM. DAILY 


MATINKF.S 2 PM. 

(Rtrept D««. U. 24. U.) Doors 1.3# 

rVRMNGS 8.15 sharp. Diioni 7,80 


CIX3SF.D 

rHRlHTMA.H DAY 
and 

BOXING DAY 


Prices 

Mafine* #1.25 (Iy»gcs #I .’>•) 

C^•■ar•k >* kaS taSar bt 

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Rxcnlngs 51.5# (LogM #!.##■ 


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Klartlng si 1 iM A .Ml S 29 - Jiinxic Ural, 'abtiwx at 7.:# .M7 R #7. 

last r*impl#>r«> Khiiw. R.n*. Adiiits lar (ill 7 , ni., ( hildrcn 13c till ,5 p.m. 


NO PHONE OBDER-^ 

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w«rfkk»do», 0«. 2$. )957 HE ijllfiip, f Alf II # • • 


... In Semi-T ropies 











All Former Champions 


Record Entry Includes 


Mam opposition may com* from Nft*a Ma 
honey. Mr* MacKenzie. Mrs, Hiiahand. Mra. 
Thlrlwell, MUa 0’c'onn<*ll and Mr* Painter. U 
would also be wine to Include MUa Maudie Craw- 
ford. who wa* the low jtroa* winner two year* 
a«o. and the anoirymou* Mra ?^nia Clau*. »ho 
has already shown her skill in ihl* comj>euilon. 

Those who want to .see the leadlnjt folleia 


unique ijolf lournainent < 


early Most of them will be In action before 10 a m 
\.>)mpe!iiori are asked to note that winter 
rule* will apply ai boih courses 

The Victoria and Diatrict Golf l^wnmll^ee 
ha* defined winter rule* for thia comi>etlllon at 
follow*- 

l.ie* mav be Impnived on the fairwav* but 
not In trap* or the rough The hall mu*t not b* 
lourhed by hand but turned over wtih ihe club- 
head. and moved not more lhan *u inche* 

"On Ihe green* por k mark* m*-, he mende-i 
and hall* mav b* lifted for cleaning purpose*. 

In Ihe event of lies m the championship 
ayent*. partlcipanU may mutually agiee to replay 
wtihin a week, tailing which they and all other 
He* will be decided on the belter back nine, either 
gross or net as Ihe case may be. 


been monopolized mostly by low handicap player* ' 
Depending on the weather of course, it may 
take a very low score to win both the gross snd 
net events 

The Victoria club Is st present operating on 
two iwnporary holes par at the moment is e* 
timaled lo he certainly no more than 6fl The 12th 
hole Is wilhln the reach of two shoi* for the 
longer hirtei* snd ihe temporary llSyard I3ih 
I* an easier three lhan the old I3th now in Ihe 
proreaa of being remodelled ^ 

In Ihe ladle* event et Upland, where rhe siaii 
ii 9 a m the competition will be set In motion 
by Mr*. Nalsmilh. the defending champion 

She la the low handicap player of the entry, 
and on her recent form she must be conaldered 
as the leading contender. 


In Ihe mcn'« eveni. which starts at the )ust 
after dawn hour of K !.=• Dr Bigelow. Ihe Vlclorla 
flub cdpiHin *hov^ed last Sunday he \% going to 
be difficult lo dislMge in all ihe wind last vveek 
end he had a spnikllng *t4 oufward half, and 
plave«l a found that could easily retain for him 
hts rhampiori«hip 

Also m Ihe field are the two previous winner*. 
Frank Scmgg* and Bill McCoU. while those who 
have mil vet managed lo place iheir name* on 
the tiee including > Hy champion Laurie Kerr. 
Vic and Fred rainier Ralph I’ossA. Rtlgga. 
Bej-nie Rogers and £mil Beauchwiin are all pro- 
mineni cnniCnder* 

Anoiher notable Is Boh Morrison, many time* 
city champion who it already a Christmas Tree 


DR. G»-X)RGK B1GKI/3W 
. » . defending champ 


Bn.I. McCOLL 
. always a throat 


FRANK STR.OGGS 
. , , first winner 


8 flatly (Dolontflt 


Golf 

Draws 


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The time Is now and a MERRY CHRISTMAS AND 
A HAPPY NEW YEAR: 

To Andy and OUve Ander»on. Baba and Loo Jaggard Paul 
and Cay McGaiT), Caeorge and Eileen Bates. To m and Gladya 
Mernck Stan Williams. Joe DuKowski. Bill and Doreen 
Rhys and Loma Davis. Bob and Joyce Green. Hugh and Mar 
guerile Lyona. Kay Trevetyan. Mel Agrey. Gy ■"<! 
loy Fred and Babe. Madden. Thelma and Gordon Holder. 
Laurie and Jean Perlette. Tom and Marge Heycock. Kathy 
Allan. Bob and Dorla Kroeger. Peie *bd Dona ^vnr Frank 
and Phyllis Peturaaon. Art and Eduh Vo>er. Gordon and 
Robertson. Morle>- and EUa MacDonald. Kirby and B%el>-n Moy 
sey. Elmer and Margaret Hoffman and Ma and Pt Heggie. 


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NELS BCLLCXTH 
. on Cougar defence 


BEV BENTLEY 
, . Royals goalie 


To Max Zabel. Auatin Curtia Jim Moas. Irank Burden. ^ ern , ^ 

Burdon. the Bert Bullers, Bill and Nan Court, Bert M>era, Harp j 

Peard. Jim McArthur. Nancy Craig. Tom and Va| Drucr the W w* 

McCarter*. Bil and Thelma Andrew*. Jim Uckie, G^rge ^u^ I XOfl 

las Harry Dodda. Bill Heaney. Eleanor Thomas, Bill Bndge ff H k^dU 

wood. Don Kcirs. BUI Delahunty. Jim Lynch. Vic Drew Ab 
Well*. Dusty Mair, Deans BUckstock, Phil and Bumps ^Imon. ' 

Dave Lalng. Tonv Gutoskl Ernie Gordon, laurie Wallace | | / 3 

Harry and BIU Johnston. Boh Sinclair. Tom ResteU. f^b and | ^ |-| O O I -- 

Jessie Marshall. Don .Mathe*on. Archie McKinnon. Ken Noakes. yy ^ J| C& * 

Will and V'l WUaon, and Jack and Margaret Todd: ^ 

ind Val BuerUng. Dune and Pat Turner. Bob and Victoria 
sson Pollok. Bill Defty, Len Francis. Darts, tonight at " 

Ron Harper, Warren Paul. Cec MuUholland. Bus of-the-year schedule of lour 
arry Wipper. Ed Price, Bob Cummings. Allan could put them in a reason 
. Ennis, Art snd Norma Hancock Fred Bishop, western division of the > 
•1. Bob Cummings. ‘Pit! and Bill Clayton, Maxine *j^py could play Santa to tr 
airtek. the Bucky Kennetts, Red McMillan, the Bill I Thirteen points out of third 
the Ordanos, Doug Rafter, j vvuh the midway point 

■ 1. Nalme Plaxion, Eric , schedule almost here, the 

I, the Halls at Coldstream. Cougart can hardly afford to 
Up Island " ^all much longer if they are go ■ 
1 Ing to move in on any of the 
three clubs which are ahead In 
the league tables 

Arden Brown. Fr-ank Avery. Coach Pat Egan, nothing U 
Leo Omest, Annia Slukus, BUI not a realist, doe* not pretend 
Marcel Pelletier, BUI Oohbyn. the Randalls. Sam that the Cougar* ran continue 

ai Iheir recent rate of progress 
and hope lo make the play- 
own*. 

•'We’vf got to help ourselves " 
he said ' And the onlv way we 
can do that la lo go out and win 
some hockey game* If we could 


B'liif 


Ok(0<>*l 

IWfln# 


Oliver*, Algy and Gerry Parker, 

Haaiy Stlrraker, Boh Boyd. Rex Field 
Barnea. Claude Creed. Jim Gilbert, U.. 

Gerry Petrie. Don Robinaon, and lU the other 
friends and acquaintances; 

To Billy Finlay. Ted Reynolds, Denny Bovd. !^Il Good. BUI 
Orr, Art fiiapman. BUI Morrow 
Pave Fryatt. Tom C,ordon 
Stephenson. ..... 

Rrennagh. Harry FUlon. Crordon Verle> and alt the others we 
know on the Mainland, to Colin Kllburn Pal F.gan, Ed Dorohoy 
and the rest of thb Cougars. Reg Wride. Andy Reid. Jack Pat 
terion Cappy Prnudfoot. Waldo Skillings. Art Ousman. Jack, 
Parker. Alnslee Worthington, l-eo McLinfork. Pal Mulcahv. SUm 
^mlth Alex Straith. G. C. Stevenson. Doug Anderson, <;eorge 
Fjide. Dick Elll*. BUI Oostonnk. Bart Car*on. BUI (lilmour. Bud 
Hocking. Bill Hudffon. 

To BUI Hyde George TueJ^er. Ivan ShUlingloo. Art Veals ; 
Sid Thomson. Morlev Davie*. Ed Popham Cyril Wlghtman. 
;enrge Barne* Ralph and Norm Baker. Chuck Chapman. Fred 
podaworih Dennis Hagar. Doug Fletcher. Charlie C.ulguei l>^' 
Mallberg. Gordie Harllej. Tom Little. Dusty Miller BUI. Me I 
Aliister. the McKeachle*. Lundy -Sanderson, Keith McKentle. 
Ivan Temple, Ove Witt. Cec Watson, Wally Yeamans. lUrold 
Turner Jim Allan Frank Briers. Roy Woolsey. Jack Lenfesly 
jJack Clyde. We* Fulton. C*r! Pederson. Dlrti James Amie Fei 
giison. Jack Bacon. Gil Briscoe. Bud Slmp*on, Ken Derbyshire. 
Tom Bowden. Earl *nd Barney Bamswell. John Clark. Boh 
1 Morrison, and Walter Knight wherevw he is holidaying this 


hat's Ahead for (juiprs 

r,flzlnE into the rrvMal hall toing to Morkey 

got a glimpse of the future is Virtoiia Cougars pla\ 

Cougar iZch Pat Egan. «ho hopes ster host 1^^ Ro> 

In make it a meiTV holidav season Arena tomorrow aftei 

«,<h rrour-gamP sweep m' Western 1st photo by Jim R'a, 


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post an that he 'Kgan» would, 
he the Cougar*' 15th man. alter 
naiing With Bhnky Boyce al 
right wing on a line with Ed 
Dornhoy and ^lan Baliuk 
■ If Dorohoy ii hot we ll get 
a hat tflrk," Egan declared. We 
bad a good workout today and tf 
were ever going to be ready 
we re resdy now ’ 

KUhurn will partner Buy 
Sv'ersnn on defence with Nel« 
Bulloch and Carl Kataer a* the 
other blue line combination. 
Junior Wilson will again have 
l,arry Leach and Dough Mac 
• iiiev on Ihe wing and i7ordle 
Mawnrtn will be flanked by 
Frank Milne and Dnug Milhurn 


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„mhM ons ot M» .'ront^ 

lineup* in a number of yem backfirld. 

Neil Henderson will be al full- 

l{rnVP George PuU. 

I 'f I I »l tPl Ills ftarry Stubbs, i.enrge saina*. 

J /'f*|f »P‘’**Uv John Newton and Brian 

I I iirnOr (Anil Harrison i*U! form the three 

I III! fesrf ^ scrum 

T Se\en \l« tnrl*n* will hrave ^f,ih Peter Grantham, Tom 

(he rhllly waters of Ihe Inner (•hri'«tie Buzz Mooie. David 
•" Harbor Iht* oiomtiu I*'' BruceThoma*. Owie GJardelen. 

annual .50 yard hsndb-ap swim Cocking. , Greg B)arn*on 

VMinsorrd hv the Vl.loria Rpd Jack Whitty the forwaids 
Amateur Swimming ( bib. !-i«ied as reserves are 
Defending champion (ie*»rge M«hood and Russ Henschell 
Diirnur lend* the entrant* 

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( aptnm 51 I» Harbrird 
Trophi. AIm> entered are 
Nan Ibifnur. the only girl 
aiiKing Ihe swimmer*, 'lonty 
Holding. Ken Burnett, Mr 
Unriat. Rill Muilson and 
Ib*onel1.i. 

The e%enl slarls al II am. 


To Dave Anderson Cliff Heglln. Paul Jonca*. Rov Begg 
Howie Stanley Dick Benwell. (Jeorge Andrew* Kd A«h Jlm| 
McCague. Dick Benwell. Ed Vlggers the Robbins family, the 
Ijom McCorkall. Wally Milligan, Hank and Mary Ca 
B‘'b Mainwaring Slim Hunt. Mort Graham, ' 
Roy Baine*. Ah Travl*. Gordie Bowcon Jack 
Joe Pr>-ke !.a«o Herman Sid 
Don Grav, (Tiarlie I..ewis. 
Hill Walker. Walt Summer 
■ ‘ "Cap’' (Yiir+iley. Hugh 
John Pickhurn Dirk Plek, 
Dick Oliver Dean* 


Michels, 

Silln. George Kulai 
Noel Morgan 

Bacon. Wall Gravlln Johnny Wren 
Watson Ernie Cnsiain, Tom f'arnnn 
Leon Mall. Pat Horgan. Joe Watt 
feldt. Whllev Severson. Rlv Ritchie 
.. Renfrew, Ken F.lllott, KH Carson .1- 

Rin Pnot. Wiliie Hamilton. John Osier. 

Klacksiock. Bob Davidson Peie Mmrhead, Wall PuRustel Derek 
The VtiioiiA team, n-ifc'hed Dune Cavighltn l.,orne Buchanan. Ollle Goldsmith. 

h> Doug Rra\. will hold a final Ranson, Doug Bra>, Ralph Co«ier. B<'bbv Bell 

worknut on Friday night at 7 Coulter Leon Hall. Joe Jone* Rusher Jarkson, Joe I.^eihel 
O .-lock al Windsor Park and the Ijinigan Howie Neff Ken Lloyd. Roily Mercer, Bill Me 

starting lineup will he annoiin Maedonald Frank Nuliall. Al Nelthorpe Scotty 

red following the ptactice siewan Jim Nicol. Pave Nlrol, Bob Wright; 

Biay ha* several problem* at * 

the moment Forwaid* Dave to the many others it ha.* fioCTt my pleaaurr 

Cook Goidie Hemmtngway and know during my time heiY A< it rloe* every Chrtst- 
Har;v Turner are all doubtful .spare ran out before memori' 

siaiier* because of injuries 
while fleet Boh Hutchinson 
won't be available fnr any inter 
.it;, match tht- season 

Bray will pick hi* lineup fmm 
Frank Berry. Doug Brown. Ray 
Calion. Rua* Chamber*. Peter 
Clarke Cook. Dick Elll*. Hem- 
mingway Reg Lott. Gerry 
Main .Sam Palter»on. Chrlf Pol 
will again he a jard Boh Shipley, Jack s»m. Ian 
Tmial "night ' Stuart. Turner. Gary Webster, 
ley Bcnon ye* niKirge Wllaon. Ian Wood and 


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MELBOURNE 'APt — A.ps Vuat |a Amen>a« main hope 

. M n*»-i* r.in tor winning a point and be 

tr.h.n .nrt *m,ri,«n P.M.C np 

plavert obseived quiet ChrtAl Ma'Kav might go intd 

ma* dinners lodav whrtked ,f,e second wMh greater confl 
through brief final practice* dence 

.n<l pp-p.r«l for .hf .]l Impoir »•■- "o;"-" A""'r.on 

■ ^ (n Iheir only three meeting*, 

lant late afternoon draw including a four set match al 

:<lgnlficanee of the draw was Wtmhledon la*i July, and has 
f>mpha*t/ed by both team rap- beaten Cooper three of four 
tain* and other observer* Many (imes they have met. 

tald America's chance* of cap- • — 

Wuring the rup would depend on | 

' how the names are pulled from I 

really the Wg fllver trophy. ' I ^ m 

I that Talbert said he hoped Vic | I ^ 

5>txa*. his team veteran who <* | I I 
' playing In his sixth challenge j 


OPEN BOWLING 
BOXING DAY 


19 a m. to Midnight 

GIBSON’S 

Bowladrome 

Phone Xkdt 1 
for reservaHooa 


MArsMi* 

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CAPUAl* 

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Ntw Wntmin. j 

ROYALS 

I p.g. _ THURS., DEC. 26 — 2 ?M. 

BOXING PAY — MEMORIAL ARENA 

loxinc Day tlckata on ula at Arana Officn 
from 10 a.m. Phono 2-2322 

PfVe s ■•I.—. *1.2*. •* ’». ttAt 

miMrefi and 9txi4enU **r 


Victoria* Young * »b*da ^heii th? 
Night, an annual hi*ckey p;.. 
giam ilevigned to rsi-e fumU j,., 

for Ihe Greater Virion- 
Hn<’ke> Association, will be held 
on Jan 27 at Memorial Arena , .p, .u f 
in conjunction with Young *- r 

Canada Week. 

l ily BAaiK-iaiion president n,,,,. p, 
Douf Fletcher announced the a»**M;»* i 
date !a«i night and also fUted *' 

that the usual four game card. 
plus th# giving away of valu- oteeAesAia 










CUtiUpusc for Scoriiiii Lead 




Bail^ (Tolnnist V**^**™* B w«j.. d*c. 2S. i»57 


Howe, Two New York Stars j 
Make Things Hot lor Henri | 


I A> FAKE 


■ Gordie Howe of Detroit and a pair of New York 

By ’ Ranger sharpshooters, Andy Bathgate and little ('nmUI»| 
Walt Dlt/an Henr>'. have been picking up points at a mero" rate in ‘ 
roernt games and are making things hot for Henri 
|H|HHBR Richard of Montreal, the National Hockey League's indi* 

I vidual sc’ortng leader. , ,1 


^ Ibbolson, Ryder Cup Golfers 
^’“Salvage Prestige for Britain 


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pion wtio got aw«iy to a tiaw H<rr««ui a»*u» 
siiart, tapeied of/ a bit from ' 

' hts jflzzllng >n games Ust maouk bcmico 
wifk but msnsgetl three points UV/kait ^s2r«« 
to move In within one point of 2^att»n«i r«rk 
the Pocket Rocket Richard has ai<u*T“*iIaw tomT 
15 g.5ils snd 20 a^.Ut* for 35 . 

puiitii while Howe has 15 goals ourt T»r»at« 

lo I Ul^nbarfar, CTiUBk* 

and 19 S..Hl>^tS earnr CuTl«» T»rnfl;« 

Ouhie Mivoie and the Injured 
j Jean B<*hvcau. l>oih of Montreal. ' Tw»wb* 

’ iir^ hC*l Jor third with 3J Brian CuRfn Tof^oin 
, points aplei-e but Bathgate and 
'Henry have taken over the KabMiw« h«« r«rk 
I fifth and six positions, each wl- , . 

Ilectlng a total of 13 points In Matwvikb to«oqi« 
four games last week. plJIirM. Ywk ' 

I Balhgale picked up one goal SiMbtii 
'and five assnu to boost his cbu-ai© 

jtuial lo 31 poinu Including the - 

league's high of 31 points.; ^ 

'Henry, who colleci«*d four goals # ' I 
'and three assists during Rin^ I |'| I ^ 

' ers' four-game unbeaten streak. 1 1 1 ilO 

has 30 pomt.s an>l i'Vads liic 
league In goals with 13. 

Bronco Horvath of Boston ■ ’ ■ 

also ha.s 30 points while Bet me ^^1^ I 

Ueoflrion of the Canadiens and J, 1^1. M 
Tod Sloan of Toronto Maple 
Leafs are tied for eighth pla< e 

with 27 points apiece. l ny ATV:> RN RNIDF.R 

Ihlriy-seven players have ) YORK tUl 

managed 15 or more poinu in ; rt,andnc raoi 


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Hy KH SI5IO\ I against Russia and othe Kuro- 

LONDON (CP) — A tireless middle- distance runner, a lantem-jawed racing South American 

driver and a stubborn crew of professional golfers give pn'stigC'hungry British sport contenders, 

fans their brightest hopes . - . _ _____ — „ — — ■ 


BLRNIE CLARKSON 


As gchPiation after genets apprart^ In the early rounds of ufluuL with hi.s willingneM to 
tion of promising tennts players the all-Cngland tennis cham- run anywhere and anytime at 
and upandcocning boxers bows 1 plonshlpa. He reeled wllh ihe di'iUnct^s of a mile and up 


> 3 # I Hard • tackting fullback Bill .before foreign eonipetttion, the punches of Cuba's Nino Valdi^ After hts gruelling 55 race cam- 

• Rl Hope will be In action lor the .British enihunasl takes his tfr that demolished British heavy- paign last summer. Ihe British 

• }*\ Vtciurla and DiMrtet Football i foals hard | weight champion Joe Erskine. Amaieur Athletic Association 

J n; League all stars Thursilay .\rCElM's HKKK.AT ) And he had biller words for the refused lo allow him lo make 

’ ” afternoon when they host Ihe He ai'cepts England's trounc- refereeing os Real Madrid elim ^ vvinter lour of South Africa 
3 33 powerful Wallace Athletic |tng of the W'est Indies in last mated MandiestiT United In Ihe order to save him for next 

) R Club of Vancouver in an ex- summer* tesj matches as the, European Soccer Cup British Fimplre 

• » hlbitton match at Royal Alh- [just due of the home of rncket. , flnaK ' Games at Cardiff and European 

« M lettc Park I'nhealen Wallaces He resigns himself lo German i His rldu'sl solace came from (j^njes at .Siookholm. 

• will l>e led by Gordie Ion and spclnicrs and Finnish marathon- 1 Stirling Mou. heir apparent loj i»,iw%ua« ««»» u (>» arIv 

I iti Dave Stolhard. who playeil eis ouldi.stancing British en-, the mantle of Argentina's Juan -..i, ,, ^ 

> >•' r.,. IJ« .. *»n'on of proven ralihre left 


• Ik II ^ub of Vancouver in an ex 
'! .*? J! hlbitton match at Royal Alh 


for Canada agairwt Mexico teries. He even welcomes the Pangio as worlil champion rac- 


SEE THE 
CHRISTMAS 
LIGHTS 
BY BUS 

ThrM Nighit 

Dm. 26, 27, 28 


IT IT' last summer. Victoria has oiid French 
• Ik made one lineup change, re- [vided he hat 
It it placing Alex Stewart with winner. 

3 11 Rrniie Clarkson at outside j But he si 

11 II I left. year's Davis 


turf victory. pro-|lnit driver; Derek ipbolMn,' I" 

. tew bob on the' newly crowTied the world',^ 


winner. laetest miler. «ul Del Re.» and h« '» Ih-ely lo - • - 

But he suffered when 1 hU,hls Ryder Cup teammates. <hi lh<* thrnwmJlo JunlorCh«mberofCom- 

years Davis Cup team lost to 'whose upset of Ihe vlsittne »"d R.IHK) i»^e evenU Imv- . , 

— United Suite, golfers brought *"K "*»'«* «'>«i «wt<i ' nictce. buscs Will leave 

• irophv bark to Britain lor -lohniwm. an Olympic from in front of the B.C. 

a \ I years. ' sliver iiw<4l«ltUt al 800 metres, 

S I I S«eeU*sl of all was Ihe ' T*he increasing dominance of Elcclric building (Pan- 

111 \o/l Hv.'l. Ryder Cup teiuniph. whlrh (he auto racing picture by Moss, dora ontfttnce) each eve- 


S Christmas Greetings in Order 

ds ti>e I f. 

.?;sFor Ueserving Snort Figures ' 

Maple Cl C 


In co-operation with the 
Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce, buses will leave 
from in front of the B.C. 


sliver iiw<4laltUt al 800 metres, 

T*he increasing dominance of Electric building (Pan- 


folhiwed Um setb« 4 k irf 


fijitaln's tnp driver sin'-e lil53. 


lUghly regarded team of .wan sweetened when he , ning at 7 o'clock on a tOUf 
Briiuh .n«t,ur. In wik« from luiian c«d to | n^^htcd hom« and gar- 


* L ' ■ I I British amateur* In Walker switched from Italian cara to »f II 0 

X 1*1 A Pi lO'llt^AC tupmaU-he*. a British made Vanwall for hlh 

[ \ 111^ L^l-lvrl I' Iwl-ll^ t'lo Rees and his teammates jusli- second straight victory in the dcns. 

I bed thetr underdog role by loa- - European Grand Prtx l?sl June, 
mg three of the four double* It was the first time a British 
Braves, an Impish little man Lew Burdette of Ihe Braves. But they roai^ back machine had ever finished first 

rs have) vrw YORK iUP»— The world who finally hit the jackpot after who Joked he was ‘'scared to,®" .*»!!! 1 m 

poinu in . chanclnc rapidly In lhe<e K»'‘» of disappointment. death of the Yankees." and ''^1®^'*’* u ^ * rhiu 

Sunday's L* but one thine anil Casey Stengel of the Yankees, made them scared to death of >T"'‘ ? 

J him. I Individual honors for the top iniernattonal compeftMon 




garnet which Include Sunday's .^rVimea but one thing anil Casey Stengel of the Yankees, made them scared to death of a ,u„ 

Srtton. and ('hlcago'a IsM place I Individual ho^rs for the top infernaitoaal compettMim 

position u reflected In the acor- u -MeiTy rhrlatma^" , or an emerUiner since the^i? Pole vaiiltcr Bob Gutnwskl *® Ibbolson bl* ”ih 

Ing statistic* with only LHzen ,hu u our annual "ben he herded ih? who look lime out lo talk when! ^ mile at Londons White ■"d the West Indies In 

Iberger .22 points, and Ten Und- r®rd ^^he Brooklyn DcKigfra around the he could have begged off. |Ctty Stadium that brought the the laM IR months 

- Mtntw. atr.fmi the ^ ^ Sftifmal » tie rr-^-i 7 r, 5 r’ e..r.,-^r ' --rrM record bfct from Ao* New- ZealavJ. a pygmy 

pUyera n”The Ians who foof^he bill "We am t got talent but we sure gave up I'hriaimi- at home to 


F.ARER: 

Adults - 50 ^ 
Children under 12 • 25 ^ 


V' ''.5 points- 

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'among the cricket giant,. wlU 


PARK YOUR CAR 

T1.7-: -•'■I be fr-*« parking 
'pace for over 60 cara on the 


W ill iv^n ^Bnnor"* Stands (hit 


got color ... every man on this play footbaU for the cnppledl bve runners finishing b^ *be only vtsitors.i bcE parking lot tenter from 

here hall club wear* purple kids at San FrancUi'o. under Ihe four minute mark. Siring England a chance to try | ^^^rmoranO all three eve- 

pajamas it night ' Walter O Malle)’ of the Dod the stocky Yorkshire electrician i°ui po^ible replacetwnt.s tw 

Tony Kiihek of the Yankees, g^rs an.l Horace Stoneham of outran Olympic champton Ron , ^ the family car 

X rookie whose error may have the Giants, who left a huge Delany of Ireland rf>d Crecho- „?5..5 Australia me making the tour 


blown the final world series dnnt In the big town but made' »lov*kla a Slan 1 ^i^^v Jungwlrth ^®H°"‘ng winter. 


Racing Boasts Record Year; 
Rivalry Hits Old-Time Form 


game but who look It like a man. the National League really! to annihilate John Landy's old] 


Internationa] soccer reache*^ I by bua. 
four year climax with the ' 


Dolph Schayex of the .‘Syr.x ‘national" for the very fust lecord of Another Briton. *. , , ** 

lae Nats, who plays basketball 4 ime. Ken Wood fourth. finals in Stockholm 

r money and in the oH •:cason f;#be P,iul of the Cincinnati Rnflxh athlete* In tha re- Er*l“d i* among the lfi sur- 
achex KJd to play for fun. Redlegs. first das- all the way. mamer of the meet ‘otaUed 'Jy'**’* 

■lackle Piing of Honolulu, And lo all who may read this, only four vlctorie.x In 16 eventa , . , ^ ** 

4 h«i io«t the I .s. womt-ii’s a Merry Chrt.sfma* ' At ■'>. Ibhol^m delights the 


By RAY A\TIF-H 1 tack to win America's premier third straight time For the sec ' ‘ 

NEW YORK dT> Thor horse rarj by a nn^ with Imn end conseruilve year he .i|so vv«s 
oughbred raring. often fru«- Li^S'* ®nn gave Lalumet raim ,j,p invading stake and money unen and again at Tsm 

4n altamni* In ml It* Sl.Xth V IClOrj’ 111 1 hC fOIP /~i‘cu ^ > I, a hi.. 


cuae N.its. wnn plays oa^Keioau 4ime. 
for monev and in the oH reason Gabe Paul of th< 
teaches Kid t.. play for fun. Redlegs. first das- 
■lackle rung of llunolulii. And to all w ho m< 
whn loht the I ,s. womt-n's a Merry Chrl.xlms* ' 
IFpen golf diainplon«ihl|i be- 
<^iise she made an error ^ ■ 

her srorelmard — bul won a maltha 

million new friends by taking ,WI^| | |C*| 
the disaster In stride. 1 I V. 1 

Dick Mayer, who alre.i^v h-v 
had two Christmasbcs this year ^ j I 

once by winning the men's W £ 4 -v sk / I 


B.C. ELECTRIC 


irated In attempts lo pit *** ".*i*^*^ •* w inning d<ler setting rrvords in lO'Shanter in the one for the big | 

poiriillal rhamplon .S.ln 5 l po. ri*n ' L hoih rairvonv, Th‘ vounpMrr ' I 

leniial champion. surce 4 *ded m Ruler won ihe Preakness takes i , r»* .. the tennis guy TORONTO (CP> — Marlene blonde gymnast from W'lndaor 

1957. It was a year of keen , "'bile Gallant Man won the Bel- ^ from Johnstown. Pa . went over Philadelphia, who tan t Stewart !>trelt r-ole .1 off afier Ont. Rased on three poinis for 

rompellUon and Intense rival- tTront .Stakes, aelling a new ,the 300 mark for the fifth lime afraid to take hla lumps if he's j|f, .all-r-onquerlng season in a first place rhi't*'» two for 

lies, re<‘ird attendance and American record of 2.263-5 for |Wjth abf»ut 340 winners and set got am coming in far off p„if m 1956 bul remained In the second uid one for third. Mar 
Iteiilng loiala. and Ihe most i H* miles. g hp^- n'cnrd 41 slake inumps. ‘ Australia. ,limeh"ht to win the Utle of tene polled ld 6 points against 

publicized ' boner ' In the hla- Thus America has not had a topping the 40 won by Eddie Gaotge IJalas of the Chicago Canada * outstanding female 62 for Mi.-..-. Wheeler and 2.5 for 

lory of the sport. I triple crown winner since ctU- Arcaro in 1932 He won more Bears, the nicest mlUioriaIr* J •thleie of 19-57. Mi®-. Ruasell. 

A t*i of -xi-qq-o- fins bet “‘U’ ‘ban three million dollors In know. * ;r>jrar-oM Ontario golf- Marlene toppe<I the 19.56 CP 

«o '370 rwt n 7 n* tv»ih 'n*ei!rf« ere’ Trying to make up for hts pnrxi's. Ted Williams of (he p.ed Hox.'jng whiz won Ihe honor for the poll by winning eight touma- 

J ' ' . . . Kentucky Derby error. Shoe , For Ihe Ifllh time Caiumel w'ho ma;, t>at -’crn !n other t;{-ond straight year In Ihe 23rd ments. Including the United 

tecorna. rwle Gallant Man In the fami waa the leading owner. ‘ but never under .4oO.,nn„3jp,,„:,,1„nPress>earendStaie',wofnen'*amaieurcham- 

atienn.im-e or higr^^^ Thn'eHor-c. own.Hl by Mrs Gene here, import* poll of the country s f'‘onshtp .She wasn't as active 

mutuei handle or i ^ • llor.-,c Markey earm*d more than a UlIKKF. ARK YOU* vporU tHJlturs and .sporl.scasiers In golf this year although she 

%\II.I.IK'S “BONKR" |of the year" honor* rlashed million dollars to retain the Heavyweight champ Floyd nnd won with ease over 27 can- worj the Canadian Women's 

It wa* Willie Shoemaker, one' Raring had faded lo bring championship the stable held In Patterson, wherever you are didntes. [Close and Ontario Amateur 

nf the nation's best JfM krvs. who together Nashua and .“-^waps m I9r*6 ami first won in 19H. .Middleweight champ Carmen | Asked to name their three idles. 

pulled the "boner " lie mis a rubb»*r match in 1936. Tom Vcaler R. :'rc|ne^secl Wright Baaillo. a jK'puiar UitU* guy l>e rholce* In order of prcfereni'e. 

Jinlged Ihe fint.sh of the Ken- Fool and Native Dancer never wj* the |ea*ling trainer In an- ’c-nise everytme is ptjpular wllh the vriters f.Mve Marlene an . 

ftirky Derby while riding Gal raced one another In 195.1, other repeal pr-rformanre. The him. overw'helmlng margin ovei yT L/ a. 

Ian* Man for Ralph Lowe. although He racing world .16yearold horseman, wh<» hid Paul Brown of the trievrland runner up Lucille Wheeler, ^^^1^ 

Ills rn»r enabled Rill liar- " m.ileh 177 vvlnneis In 19*v6, had about Imli 4 :.v wli*. i.>a. J.es Uie wny year-old skier from Sr, Jovi!. ^ ^ 

_ ' Thiocs W'.rrked out dlfferentls Ihe sam* this season. every other coach would like to Que and Ernestine Kui'-ell. 

jthls year. There was. how ’ 


winning rider aettmg rt^cords in |0’Shanter in the one for the big 


Marlene /\ga’m Named 
Canada’s Top Athlete 




Ruler won the Preakne** Slakes b^'b raiegones, 'The ynunfstei Irnnis guy^ TORONTO (CP> — Marlene blonde gymnast from Windsor 

while Gallant Man won the Bel- ^from Johnstown. Pa. went over Philadelphia, who Ian t Stewart .Strelt r-ole.1 off after Ont. Rased on three points for 


$2,270,0f>l 070, Roth figures are 
tecorrta. lopping last year's 


^ BE PREPARED 

FOR THE IMPORTANT 
OCCASIONS AHEAD! 


Racing 
Result B 

Fair Crounds 


lever, one tlnee of dlsappolni 
I mem when Bold Ruler, Gallan' 
.Man and Kerr Stable’* Round] 
Table met In the Trenton H.indi 
r.ip at Garden ^tat* Park 
[N'ov 9 

Mrs Jan Rurke’s Dedic.itr the 
(leading handicap horse wa< 
isidelinetl bv sn Inlury a frus- 
[da;. - hefftre the jiicc 


Lions Fed Pressure lias Fused; 
Iloue lo Shake First -I lull lllues 


r air iFrounas [da;.i hefftre Ihe jii.-c DETROIT 'APi M.iyh- this The that Wilso-i Wc-tu-m -i.'.islon crown fnt the 

I Bold Ruler won. Hi* victory weekend say* coirh tjeorge ’’'Uibuted to lightr-htng up ha-l L.mn‘ 

‘"»nvlneed most raring rxp4*rts wiison Reiroii Lt-^s ran win .i 'bft.nna trailing Chicago Roar-t W.Uon s the «e. ret of th.- 

tup iiuiiih .oui'i4r- *4 *u H n «fl he w.is M r- three ye.ir - old pVO at ih-' hilf before they won LU»f s ‘^fotid half su^'<•e^s ti.!'- 

a.t.afi “ *® *!“ I champion aa well as the l>e*l without first making 21 1.1 two weeks ago nnd trailing hi't tu«i weeks i-. a ple.i-mg 

*'-u a»akio« Hiakf p-Ruu Star ihoroughhr»si In Ihe nsli'in. tW4»rythlrg luuk h»*ji<‘lc5s In Ihv the Franci"-.* *19“r« 217 at Tmxture of nj»l pros ;iful young 
raa*6*Mi#*r niHAtiRKKMK.NT first half ‘ Intermission before they won sten who have been *cting like 

'r' e.a15- ‘ * was disagreement, loo. -rh, preisure la off a little 31^ Sunday. old pro*. 

as to which two-ye.ir old « -.|l .. a. Thuse two game* \v»'re crurlal Such veteran* as ofrehsive 

VrJ- the best of the seaatm. The V^^l»on, back home Gatskl. qusrter- 

t?«aar?»****ar ’ MarSi **’ ** “^ 2 'J S i • selection board and the ready lo start hts Lions fjghl to the playoff The victory ' back Tobin Rote, Hnebatker 
Uaitut tJahPMai 1 nation's sportswrlier* liked ! praetlaing ft.r their National over Chicago In Ihe last game Roger Jialknff and hark John 

To««it »«Bn**/o?u’ f li'i * mV- nian.v- Farm.s' Jewel Re F«KUhaJl League ch.vnpioashlp ' regttlar season pulled the Henry .Johnson, to name a few. 

b'Sto Biu. Aroe.« !Mfsn 4 Rpt R w'nrd TTte -'Iher tK*ll chosp CUir- Lions Into a tie with S.in Fran c.ive the Lions wh.il they needed 


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May Be Merry ’. 

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fogrh *4*4- itM* ct4««int fu-.r Faim's Rivou WAS Ihe lwvi that problem this w-.ek " 

- three ye.T-old filly; Dedi?*lei - - 

f.nVo®V&g.o^.r**‘ 5 S‘;ri ‘f'** Champion handicap 

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SINCEREST 
CHRISTMAS 
GREETINGS 

from th 0 Staff asd JVana;;.-rT,-riit of 

CAPITAL IRON A METALS 

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To all our good friend* and 
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extending nur best wUhea 
fot a full measure of all tha 
Joy* of this most teailve of 
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The EATON GUARANTEE 


10 Batlti CoIaniBt i.c.. w«^.. d«c. 25 . i«t 


Import Room 


EATON s for SERVICE 


Dresses from the Boutiques of famous Paris names, Couture London Houses 
and from New York . . . 


Special 


Wool 


Every hour of every day of every year since 1869, 
EATON'S has followed the policy laid down by our 
founder, Timothy Eaton. This policy is expressed 
straightforwardly by the EATON Guarantee 


Reg. 35.00 to 149.50 

Shiiiwaist style dresses and 
jacket! in cottons, pnnied 
silks, or ppnqecs. Sizes 10-18. 
Special, each 


Styled from fine tweeds and 
all-wool worsteds in shades 
of Riey, creen and brown. 
Sizes 12 to 16, Special, tach 


OtesRe* and jackpl* of Anfi 
wools, novelty French fahrirfc 
. . . Rre\i. bmwTis and hjues All 
advanced slylei in sizes 12 to 16 
^(•eclal. each 


“Goods Satisfactory 

or 

Money Refunded'’ 


Reaalarly 115.00 to 235.00 


Fabrics include fabulous silks, brocades and pure wik 
chiffons . . . various colours . . . four full-length gownra 
only. Sizes 10 to 14. Special, each 


Sportswear from New York 

]/} and V 2 Off 

Group includes pleated jersey skins wtih 
mafrhlne tops, and Melton cloth plaid sheath 

s:,r; is.oo,. 25.00 


Before Christmas - after Christmas - right through 
every New Year since 1869 - unvarying from day 
to day, this policy protects YOU, the EATON cus- 
tomer, right across Canada. 


BeautituJ pieces . . . each one a work o( art 
Juai what ypu'vt been looklna tor Hraceleis, 

2.00 19.50 

each 


KATO.\*fA — Iniporl Ro«im. Second Hitor, Phone t7l4l 




T EATON C 

CANADA 


Clearance of import Room Millinery 

Regularly 18.50 to 75.00 


HALF 

PRICE 


Choose from this outstanding collection of model millin- 
ery .. . fashioned by leading designers in Paris. New York 
and Canada . . . these are exciting, dramatic styles that 
you've been wanting. Special, each, 9.25 to 37,50. 

EATON'S— Millinery, Second Floor. Phon* t-TIII 


Have Your Christmas Films Processed Friday 


I^ave voiir Christmas films for developing and printing at EATON’S Camera Counter bo- 
fore 10 a.m. Friday and they will be ready for you to collect the same day at 4.30 p.m. 

• Roll of 8 developed and magna piinted 7C|s 

• Roll of S developed ar>d printed ODC In album 

^|- • Roll of 12 developed and magna printed 1 1 H 

• Roll of 12 developed and printed I DC in album 

EATON'S— < ainer» Counfer, Main Floor, rhon« ?-7Hl 


For Your Shopping Convenience 

EATON'S Will December 27 


5,000 Records on Sale Friday 

}fusic Lovers, DonU Miss This! 


SOHGS BY 


Group 4 — Ord. 2.98 

4.5 rpm •xtenflrrl play •Ihum 
recordn. Thin Rmup inc lude* xmh 
•rtifU a* Duke Ellins»nn. Bunny 
Bcrigan, Charlie Barnet Tommy 
Doraey. Glen Miller Artie 4 4 A 
.Shaw anrl many olhera. I I H 
Hpectal. each • a • w 


Group 3 — Ord. 1.49 


45 rpm extended alngle play*. In- 
clude m ihlB group are marche* 
by Smiaa. Chopin. Howdy I? A a 
rioodv and other favour- AM ft 
Itea, Special, each VVW 


45 rpm alngle play record*, group 
Include! Ja/i claiwlca. chlldren'a 
records by popu- A 


78 rpm in popular and cl 
niecea. AtUata Incltide 
Klaher, June Valll. Kay S 
Reiaman and A 

manv other*. # 

BperUJ tor 


iar artlala. 
special 


Group 6 — Ord, 3.20 


r> Inrlurtert are ij.inrh tong play. .13'i rpm, Chooa# all 4 A A 

enneertoa. 4 AA f^vouritea from thla group I AM 

a and other | ^ J jj Rp^tol. each IsWV 

EATON'*— Record*. Main Floor, Hou*e Pomlablng* BmIMIih. Phone t-TtH 


45 rpm extended play album Mhrea ircordal 
popular favourtte*. ciattic* and 4 j 

chlldren a recorria. I , 

Bpeo^L each ” * 













Shop FRIDAY 9 a.m. Until 9 p.m. Store Closed All Day Wednesday and Thursday Dec. 25th and 26th 


9atlg (EoiomBt Vkt*rit, I.C., D*c. 2S, 1S57 


$ 

EATON’S Open Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 

Foundations Specially Priced 


Special Purchase! 

Girdles by Nature’s Rival 

For comfort, quality and low price you just can’t beat these 
girdles by Nature's Rival ... all selling at extraordinarily 
low prices because EATON’S made a special purchase. 


f Girdles, Ordinarily 17.50 

I Features smooth satin lasle.x front and .side sections, 
^ j power net back, lightly and comfortably boned at 
waist. Neat zipper closing. Sizes 25 to 32. Special. 


I Side Hook Model 

Comes in average length, features popular .side hook 
cloaing. booed t>ark and front for figure control . . . 
Sizes 28 to 32. Special, each 


95 


Bras and Girdles by Well Known Maker 


Bandeau-Style Brat 

Ordinarily S.,50 to 5.00 . . . Group 
includes nylon or cottons in sizes 
32 to 38. Small, medium and full 
fittings. Special, each 


Smooth-Fitting Girdlei 

Ordinarily 9.50 to 11.50. Group 
includes discontinued styles. In 
pantie and pull-on girdles, all by 
well-known maker. Special, each 


7 o’clock 
Specials 


Gannon Sheets 


On Sale from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
if Quantities Last 


Flfse quality Cannon mualin nheet#. with 
plain hrma. White in alzea 81x99 only; rol- 
oured In 72xin8 and 81x99. Limit of four 
aheeta per cuitomer. 7 o’Clork Special, each 


Special Purchase! 

Nemo Girdles and 
Corselettes 

Foundations that are well known for comfortable fit and 
smooth lines. Buy now for wear in 1958! 

Front Zipper Corselette 

Cotton brocade corselette with long zipper that makea 095 

It easy to slip into. Boned in front for extra support, 
too. Designed for sizes 36 to 50 . . . average and short 
lengths. Tearose only. Special, each 


Nemo Sensation Girdle 

For a smooth, sleek figure under your sheath dresses 
. . . try this all elastic girdle, pull-on style. Tearose. In 
sizes 26-32. Special, each 


Smooth, Comfortable Girdle 

For the heavier type figure . . . here's an outstanding 
buy! Nylon taffeta girdle with boned front. Leno sides 
and .stretch back. Neat zipper closing. Sizes 28 to 34. 
Special, each 


EATON*S—roaA(UCtorifi. S«eon4 Hoor, Thone 2 7141 


Men's Umbrellas 

Sturdily constructed men’s umbrellsi with 
crook handles. Avsllsblt In bisck only 
7 o’( lock Special, esch 


p|(>a.se— No Telephone or Mail Orders 


KATON’S~Hoii«ehnld linens, Third Floor 


Women's Umbrellas Agg 

Sturdy 10-rib umbrellsi. with nylon covers, 
ristn xhartes only Shop on the hour for 
best selection. 7 o'clock Spe<ist. each 

FATON’S — I’nibrrlhi ( ounter, >Uln Moor 


KATON'A— rmbrelhsCounUr, Main Floor 


Children's Umbrellas 

Made to take the hard wear children Bive 
them, these umbrellas have ft-rtb construe- 
lion . . - and art av’sUablt with plaid or nov- 
elty patterned co%'ers. 7 o'clock Special, 
each 


F.ATON"S — L'mbrrila Counter. Main Moor 


EATON’S Christinas Cards and Wrappings Cle ar^ 
In the “Little Red Basket Shop”— Third Floor 


Be Wise-Buy Now for Next Year and Save! 

A terrific opportunity for the w1s<* and thrifty shopper’ ThU Is your chance to buy next year’s Christmas cards, 
candles and gift urappings at savings of half! EATONS extensive purcha.sing pcMer ha.s enabled us to bring 
you the ontiro surplus stocks of such well-knowm firms as Barber-Dlis, Wm. E. Coults and Rustcraft company. 
So don't wait 'til the 195S rush . . , buy now! Three cash registers will be In operation to avoid waiting In line. 


Girls' Nightgowns 


Dainty rayon nlghiaowna. available § 1 M I w 
In Pink or blue, alrea S to 14. Delicately 
trimmed at the neckline with lace. 

7 o’clock Special, each 

EATON’S— < liiklrrn'a Wear. Third Floor 


Woman s Compaots 


EnBlleh made Shatton compacts . . . beautifully finished 
metal construction. A variety of shapes ... all com 
pl^e with mirror and <1 37 f)97 

I to Z 


KATON’S rharmaj y Umhed. Main Hoof 


^ y ^ --\ 'v i i 

. if I Christmas Cards— Ord 

i f? l l' I Choose several boxes of beautiful scenic and still-life 

• [ / **• \ wpa V - * picture cards manufactured and designed by Wm. E. 

sA ! ^ y, ' ' r j ■ : Coutts. Rustcraft and the Austin Marshall Company, 

'■* i 'fev \ - ' f ^ • I American imports from Norcross Greetings. There 

^ / . ' ’ f ■ ^ is also a wide assortment of tasteful religious cards 

V I A ’“a and comic cards of every variety in gay colours . . . 

^ Special Friday, box 


I-- 


Christmas Cards— Ordinarily 59° to 5°°' 

Choose several boxes of beautifui scenic and still-life ^ ■■ M 

picture cards manufactured and designed by Wm. E. M ■■ ■ I. ■ ■ 1% 1 1 

Coutts. Rustcraft and the Austin Marshall Company, m \M W 

to L 


Decorative Candles 


Christmas Wrappings 


A An opportunity to buy .ttr.rttv, and unusuil cuidlo. YouH ho "plo«*d « Pun<-h" CTriatmas If yt^ro 
' i , A . ' . . . , _ II Wise shopper and buy ail your gift wrapping noerla 

<y for next Christmas and for vanou* special occasions Friday! There’s a wide selection of seals, tags and 

/ throughout the year. These, too, offer savings of half attractive Christmas wrappings ... all clearing at half 
' to the thrifty shopper. Regularly CO a i 07 price! Regular 10c to 69c. QAc 

1.2.5 to 3.95. Special Friday, each to * ■ Special Friday, wl# m OHU 


Fancy Notepaper 


Friday, 


Ordinarily 2°° to 10°° box 

Stock up on these gift boxes of fine linen and ^ 

t : velour-finish writing papers. Buy some for writing ^ 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 

OJ those Christmas "Thank You" notes and for using I W W V V 

I as girts throughout the coming year. There's an ■ P 

extensive selection of Eaton, Crane and Pike . . . ¥ A mm 

also Barber-Ellis. Be early for your choice. Lll 

Friday Special, box _ . _ 

EATON’S— IJtttr Bed IU*kH Shop. Third FVkw, Ph<m# f-7141 


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12 Bailu ColouUt victo*. re, vu.. d«. », i»s7 


The house stands quiet now, and the clock 

Beside the baubled tree has ushered in the happy hour 


Above the muffled streets the purple sky 

Wears high a diadem of countless stars that watch and wait 


The Christmas spirit of goodwill Is reflected In 
many fine traditions and one of the mo« plcasani 
is the custom of sending Christmas greetings w 
friends. Among those we specially wmm io re- 
member arc our customers, suppliers and businesi 
associates — with a particularly warm greeting 
and sincere thanks to ouf own loyal staff. To eN 
of you. wherever you are celebrating Uie holtday 
season, we wish 

Merry Chrisimof'* 


While children sleep, and spin 
A wondrous dream, 

Gently, the snow enfolds the land 
The Day of Christmas is at hand. 


EATON'S OF CANADA 


Sinw noii«l CTlrt«t?nM I>»V M»«! Boxtiuc I>«y 
Op«Hi FrtitoT. I)«*c. nth. f MM. Ut $ n.m. 




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And here Is the forgotten worker, the 
impersional voUv on the other end of 
your phone line. Representing the 
125 telephone operators who will be 
working today is Joan Richardson. 


Helping provide transport for people 
without cars are a number of BC’E 
diivers, including Malcolm Page, who 
drives Hillside huse.s. A restricted 
schedule is in operation for Greater 
Victoria buses to^y. 


One of the men who help keep Christ- 
mas Day a happy holiday is Sgt. Alec 
Nichol. manning the charge desk at 
city police headquarters. Without 
police supervision, today could become 
tragic for many drivers. 


Two men who helped bring this edition 
of the Colonist to your homw are dis- 
trict circulation manager TW Calder 
and sub-manager Richard Brune. Here 
they are preparing a party for carrier 
b^ys held this morning. 


Tt may be Oiristmas Day, but workers 
in essential services have to treat it 
mu^ the same as any other day. 
Among carry-on-as-u.sual brigade Is 
student nurse Anne Duggan of Royal 
Jubilee Hospital. 


CI.ASSIFIEI) 


LOai NEWS 


Telephone S-41H 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Vk ED.NESDAY, PECEMBER 25, 1957 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


NO. 13 — HINDREDTH YEAR 


islnuis 


would have got without the 
cheque.” 

Many letter* of thanks have 
already come into the Coloniat 
and here are exrerpls fmm a 
few to let you know how much 
your donntiofiR wete appre- 
ciated. 

"I wL«h to thank you for the 
cheque 1 received. I am sure 
grateful for It means I ran now 

I get my^tf some warm clothing 
which 1 need very much " 

“Kind people of Victoria and 
The Dally Colonist have glori- 
fied the significance of Christ- 
mas for many.” 

”I wish to thank you with all 
my heart for the lovely gift It 
has msde me feel happier than 

I I have been in the past few 
months.” 

‘Tm happy and not hungry 
and will have a nice Chrlslma* 
thanks to you people and also 
the good people that helped you 
In such a g«>od cause " 


It meant the turkey for din- 
ner today; the doll for a young 
daughter: the much wanted 
Chrlsunaa tree. 

”H'* was the cheque for S19.57 
that was <i^nt to SOO families in 
Greater Victoria by The Dally 
Colonist '*500 Christmas Fund." 

"That extra money will make 
Chnsimas for my young son 
and daughter." a ^ung mother 
said "I was able to buy a turkey 
and presents for both of them " 
"1 hope you will give my 
many thanks to all the people 
who donated to your fund," an- 
other woman said. 

"I bought some oil for heat- 
ing and paid some bills ” she 
said ‘Tlow. I will have a clear 
mind and can enjoy ChrUtmas." 

Four young.ster*. two boy* 
and two gtrls. will have a full 
Christmas dinner with turkey 
and all the trimmings bought 
with their family cheque 
One sweet 111 lie girl who has 


Fund Provided Happiness 
For 500 Neediest Families 


young girl .In the family a new 
pair of shoes she wanted lor 
school 

"All the money la going to 
make Christmas for my chll 
dren." a moth*- of seven said. 

”1 bought them decuratlons 
for (he tree and they will all 
get something nice In their 
Christmas stocking this year." 
she said. 

*T don't know whst they 


been In bed for some time with 
ear trouble, u treasuring a pair 
of shiny black patent leather 
shoes her mother bought for 
her with the cheque. 

Her little brother is canning 
a new pair of brown oxfords 
around the house and proudly 
showing them to everyone who 
come* In. 

A mother who wanted to ex- 
press her "heartfelt thanks” for 


the cheque, said It means a 
hented home at Christmas 

"I wis able (o buy some coal 
and there was enough left to 
buy the four girls some Chnst 
mss candy," she said. 

Another large family who did 
not get a Christmas hamper, 
will enjoy a full Christmas din 
ner today with a large ham 
bought with the cheque 


Crpptinas from Ross, Rpnnptt, Spiirrnh 


Rpaffirm Our Faith 
In Christian I aliips 


Bright Year 
In Prospect 
Municipally 


Christmas messages from 
Lieulenant-Goverhor Frank 
M. Ross, Premier Bennelt, 
and Mayor Percy Scurrah 
were issued yesterday. | 

‘The Christmas seasim U here 
again with all that it means to 
all of us In our Christian and . 
home life and our goodwill to 
our fellow man" said Lieuien- , 
ant-Governor Ross. 

"My wife Joins me In extend 
ing our warm wishes to all Brit- 
ish Columbians at home or 
wherever they may he for a 
Happy Christmas and a Happy 
and Prosperous New Year.” 
Premier Bennett said: 

”ln these <tayi of spectacular 
progress in new fields of human 
endeavor, 


peace and the ambition and 
greed for power still seem to be 
predominant In some parts of 
the world. However. It is our 
earnest hope that patience, 
tolerance and goodwill may 
eventually find a solution to 
these problems, and that the 
coming year may be one of prog 
ress In finding that solution. 

"Mr*. Scurrah Joins with me 
In wishing you all a Happy 
[Christmas and a Prosperous 
I New Year." 


^orv >iu(*n 

who made The Daily Colonist 
"500 Christmas Fund" a success 
this year. They are only two of 
hundreds of children enjoying 
Christmas txKrause of the fund. 
— ( Colonist phoUD by J im Ryan. ) 


Giving thanks for their happy 
Christmas morning and the 
full stockings waiting for them 
are a little girl and her brother 
whose Christmas was given to 
them by more than 1.500 people 


again, have alto been showing 


Civic and municipal official* „ 
will rtn, up .h. curfin j.n. « ■>' 
on whai eould be the brightest, Negotiations for sale of city 
year In history for InlermunicI hall are now In progress and 
pal relations In the Greater Saanich municipal worker* still 
Victoria area haven’t got enough elbow room. 

City. Saanich and Oak Bay | city and .Saanich councils will 
councils hold inaugural meet ukely want (o dlacuM what 
Ings In their respective head | would 
quarters at 9 p.m. on the first poolln 
Monday of January Esquimau, vict 
will meet at 7 30 p.m. the same in fev 
day to stu 

( o-operatlon is likely to be rnetroi 
held a* an objective by most; Saai 
If not all ihe council chieftain* some 
In Inaugural addres.^es Oak 

^R^ve A C Wurtele of will c 
Esqu.malt has already urged munk 
reactivation of the Greater Vic posltk 
toria Intermunlclpal committee But 
and the first meeting In many 
month* ha* been arranged for 


MRS GLORIA BINKS 


it is important that 
we. the members of the British 
Columbia family, should grasp 
every opportunity to reaffirm 
our faith in the Christian values 
which are Ihe foundation of our 

society. 

‘The Christmas aeason, with 
its deep religious significance 
and its emphasis on the unity 
of the family, i* tlie lime to rp - 1 
juember our spiritual heritage,! 

M realUe the strength it ha-s 
given us In the past 100 years , 
of our great history as a prov- 
ince. and to resolve that, as we 
go forward together Into an- 
other century of progress and 
achievement, we will carry with 
us the banners of high purpose, 
mutual co-operation ar^ good- 
will to all men. 

"As Premier of your prosrlnre. 

I give you my sincere wish for 
a Merry Christmas and a Happy 
' New Year " 

Said Mayor Percy B Scurrah- 

‘Thjs Is the season of the 
, year when our thoughts are 
turned toward our families, 
wherever they may be. and our 
hearts are filled with gratitude 
at the thought of being reunited thing about 
for Chrtatmaa and the holiday house . . . 1 
season. Minister Ray 

1 'To those who have suffered managed » 


ny Edurstion Ib*sn nnaIy«*on. now slliins i.eorge < 

iVterwm uho is preMy a.s the Conw^rvallves pre Gihl^s. the 

rapidly finding out why Johnny pare to come oui of the pr<» den. es rhai 

A r lUnnett fo”'* • • Municiple Af ‘ ' ' * ‘ 

fair* Minister Wes Btark, who 
is still trying to decide a «iie 
lor Ihe new V'anrou\er Island 
mental ho.*pilai. . . 

And thorc’U be no Chrlstma* 
greetings for Re«esrrh and 
Con*ervailon Minisb-r Earle 
\lestwooci who repiirie«lly said 
recently that whatever Is 
wriMen In the Inral paper* fhe 
reverse is the tnith. 

Opposition leader lb*bert 
Htrarhen. who i* still trying to 
set the heather on fire ixith hi« 
dragon-like blasts against the 
N. rbant, Socred government. . . 

( do any- To sorely missed Liberal 


A Merry Christmas and 
Happy New 
pecislly: 

Premier W. 
atiil high man nn B C.'s intern 
pole even if he did tacitly ad 
mil last week that Chief Justice 
Gnrdrm SInan is worth three 


municipal Cnmrnerce (nr 1 years. ,‘<he 
Igamatlon married si* months 

rommiMion petition being taken ,, 3129 Tillicum with 

in his municipality. Oak Bay husband. Art. who work* 
can he to fhow wme company Her 

Hobbles are swimming and conk- 1 

Ih* anlril nt lnt*rmiinli*lr,Bl « . o I 

Ing and she ha.s won a reputa - 1 

tion for cooking hamburgers | 
and other snacks, i . Al Davlea 
walking across Government 
with a relieved look on his face, 
probably because the post office 
njsh has ended . Monty and 
Fnui Monlgomery entertaining 
guesis In (heir usual charming 
manner . Paul Parlieau fix- 

ing up an aquarium for tropical 
flah . . Tom Watkins looking 
at some of the fish Rob 

and Joy Obe*» pleased that they 
dk) their Chrtatmai shopping 
early . Mr*. Rna McCabe 

planning to pick a late blooming 
gladiolus in her 1827 Lulie 
Street garden on Chriatmaa Day 
Hamish Dunn compliment- 
ing hla hosteas on her buffet 

Jim < arney arguing about art at U a m. today. Dr. J. B lardl. who aometimes aeem* to 
pay persons whose claitna would for art's sake Ales RurUm Rowell will speak on the acrip- run hi* department strictly by 
will have fallen due today and to- talking about the high wind— lore, T’nto You la Born This remote control , , . Labor Min 
paid niorrow. *l 4 *.m. I Day a Saviour.” later Lyle WIrka, tor proving 


ISational Employment Service 


Shelter Is Bar 
-No Pels The 


Shed no fe»rs for the poor lost peU tho 
RITA ahfller this holiday season. 

There jusf aren't any there, 

A steady stream of pet-seeker* In the paat few 
day* haa completely emptied the shelter of all do^a 
and raU. Only problem for Inspector and Mr*. C. 
ljuld and seerelary-fnanager liCn Paife waa in IrjinR 
to meet all the requ^fs. 


Some 15 employee* of (h# four day* 
National Employment Service 
wUf give up the .econd Satur ^ 

day off In a row to help unem nF.S em 
Dioved oeraona whose normal In the ri* 




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Wt*hM Tm 

a Merry 
Christmas 


Miijor and Mrs. Hugh Dcvitt with 
Grt'gory and Healhcr have? arrivinl 
from Ottawa to spend the holiday with 
Mrs. Dovitt’a parents, Capt. and Mrs. 
H. R. Robin.son. Sooko Road. Albert 


Christmas morning at the home of 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Boutillier, 776 
Oliver Street. Is a highly exciting time 
with five children opening their parcel.*; 
at once. Young Ian, seated left, aged 
four years, and his year-and-half-old 


brother, Glenn, have older sisters, 
Willa. left, and Bobbie, aged 14, as 
well as a big brother, Gary. 15, to 
help them make merry this morning. 
—(Photo by Bud Kinsman.) 


Lanjjfonl Vi I 

Ijingford W1 held • very 
enjoyable Chnslma.^ parly re 
cently In their hall on Punfon! 
Avenue. The hall wa.^ gaily 
derated In the Chrliimaa mo- 
lit under Ihe direction of Mrs. 
W. McPowell. A Ughted tree 
WM surrounde<l by present* 
[wrapped In gay paper. There 
Uvere a number of guesi.s 
'pre^ent and each received a 


Ilcvitt with Head, before going on to W’hl1ehor5e. 

ive arriviHl Y.T., where Major Devilt will lake 

loliday with over his new post as senior highway 

t. and Mrs. suporintendenl, NUUS. — (Photo by 

oad. Albert Bud Kinsman.) 

Holds Annual Yule Parly 

• 

Christmas coruKe and apilgs llcious tea was served b> Mrs. 
of holly Glft^ wer<' Riven out T. Tfmrpe av“'*-ie<J by Mrs C. 
by .Mr. Joan Wade Rnrwick and Mr* T» ttubh, Mrs. 

The president. .Mr*. J. E A»kin», on behalf of the Rue.*t*. 
Draithwaite. a.«ked for dona- thanked the member* (or a 
tlon* of cookies and c«udie<^ for most enjoyable afternoon, 
parcel* to be made up by \'ar ' 

lous WIs in the dt.*tnct for dls- ~ 

tribullon at the Wilkinson Road ' 

After carol sinRinp and ji ^ i 

games had been enjoyed, a de- f' 


V» hat s (lookinji! By Frances Thompson 

» — 

Festive Oyster Pie 
Party Suggestion 


SEASON’S GREFTTINGS TO AIX 

Holiday Time 

Oofi'f Ut iour preciout hoUdayt be tpailed be- 
cause 0 / Lott or Broken aiuai,i carry a 

spore poir. For prompt jeretco call at etthrr 
of our tiDO ofHcti. focafed /or irour rontrmence. 


Chrlslmat. 


• Tears change so many. tor the traditional plum pud -lhe writer of the following 

* many thtngs ding. You probably won’t use parody ... | 

* But not the Joy this season It lo*lay but do clip It for some „ ,he day after Christmas 

- brings . . future occasion . . . oh' what a hou.*e, 

• And so It Is that once again C lIltlSTMA.** ANGEIJs IN I felt simply awful 

•we wish you, aifl all who be- I.EMON KNOW I And so did the spouse!” 

•long to you. a very Merry, (.*$er\es 6) TKK K OF THK DAY 

^Christmas l These are made of evllble! concerns Christmas 

By the way we'U be featuring materials and alwa>'s make a 
lots ofldeas for using up the re- 'hit. Lw an Ice cream J’®”*’- the right moment. Mrs. D. M 
mains of today's bird later in Inverted, for the body; a large ^ ^ ‘ When we are ready 

the week. This party suggestion marshmallow for the head; a ,h^ Christmas tree we place 
comes from my colleagues in dried aprirot for a halo; and ^he rlolhe* basket tor a large 
Canadas Department of Fisher- pap^f wings to he put on with Marion would do) within reach 
les. tap**. Thf marshmalliw,„, ^ 

FFSTIVF OYSTKB riK will jUtrk to the cone If you clip ^,hbons are 

^ ^ pu„ (he cu •part he sorted later 

^ 5 "?'* *“ “r.”'"’'' “nd pressed out 

milk; 3 tablespoon* butler. 3 nf iv»ne. Draw the (are with a tt.n fniinu,ino 

egg )olks, well beaten; 3 egg loolhpirk and red food mlorlne. ' 

while, stiffly beaten; I leaspcxm Staml the angels In small serv- 
salt; teasfioun pepper. Une ings of lemon snow Just before 
dry breadcrumbs; 1 pint oys-' taking to the table and li*<ien 
tors: cups liquid, made from for squeals of delight. 

oyster liquor plus milk; 2' Stmiehnw. 1 don’t think Ihl.*. 
tablespoons butter; 2 table- or any other column, wtl! get 

spoons chopped onion; 3 table much attention on this Christ l/V ll Vvil y \B 

■poona Dour; 1 cup heavy mas morning, but maybe you’ll Ir; ^^1 j 

cream; sale and pepper; 1 read it tomorrow provided you I' l 

tablespoon finely chopped pars-'are not In the same plight a* ly 

Cook potatoes, drain and Jnnoiinrr KrtKagvniPtU “m 
■hake over heat to dry. Mash. ^ k- 

add hot milk, butler and egg Mr. and Mr* Alexander ^ 

yolks, beat constantly. Season , Dougla* l>ln« lalr. 3i»33 Ailmlral’s blesse<l by the beautiful 
and fold In beaten egg* whites. Road, announce the engagement mcarutge nf Chrlitmaa. 

Grease a twoKjuart eassemle of ihelr >iuinge*t tUuphti i. ^ j 

generously end coat it with the lleaitier AUeen. to Alrxandei ^ ✓ 

dry crumb.*. n*'U"Ia* Ander.*»n, onI> son of i i ^ 

Spread boMom and sld.*s of Mr and M»* Alexander Ander V JOCTIZ 

casserole with layer of f«laio J^n. Old Couldson, Surrey, Eng ^ . 

mixture reserving alH^ul half of l»nd. formerly of Kdinburgh. .'SIIIMU 

It to u*c later as topping. Scotland. A parly was held on 1161 ^'OKT ST. 

Cheek over oysters rrmoring 21 to m^k the occas.nn.__— — 1 


2SS Yarrow Building Medical Arts Building 

825 Fort Street and 1105 Pandora Ave. 


W&IT FOR OUR OHOE-O-YEOR 

JANUARY SALE 

rOY j,re« 

I hS" »,.s“ ; ; 

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COMMENCING MONDAY 

IH-X EMBER 3«th 


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622 MFU ST. 
16M IKU tilJ\.S ST. 


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May the world once again be 
btesscil by the beautiful 
message nf Christmas. 

Cjoertz 

» — r uTi f\i/v • 


STI DIO 
1161 ^'OKT ST. 


•any bits of shell. Simmer in 
"Ihelr liquor over low heal for 

* about 3 minutes or until they 

* plump up and the thin edges 
.shows signs of ruffling. Drain, 

• saving liquor. Add enough milk 

• to thL* to make J'i cup.*. Melt 
-butter, add chopped onion and 
-saute tut transparent hut not 
•bi-owm. Stir in flour. (Irn»lually 
“sdd combined oyster liquor I 
‘and milk, then add cream. Cook' 
*and stir over low heat until 
’sauce thickens slightly. Add 
"oysters and spoon mixture Info 
.potato lined casserole Carefully 
•apread remainder of potato men 
•top sauce. Bake at 400 degrer** 
•for 30 mlnuti’s. Sprinkle top 
-with ehop|>ed f»arsley just be 
•fore aerx'ing 

* Now, since tbit I* primarily 
’the children’s feast here* an 
;jdeA for a party for ex«nahle 
young.*fers who are loo young 


Calendar of 
Festive Season Events 


at thb 




Thursday, DecemlKT 26th l*truia 

Ckral T*«. I U to IN Sa.3» 

Friday, December 271 h 

Dinntr D«n<-f to C*r»tol Sttl- 

t« sao pm A«uJu 14.00 

Cfiiiarpn it ;t*r« tad uD(t«r .. flX.OO 

Saturday, Decein!)er 28lh 

Uf (h* rri>ui aalOimn 
*« t« n.ldm«hl 0*p' 'n.krc* St. SO 

Sunday, Decemlier 21Mh 

S('«< i«> Udtftt Oinnrr Cmprtu aMi«n, *on 
to • lit p n *4 no 


Tiiesilay, 
Decemlier 31 s( 


((•* V»kr I Sy( rrslir Osnr'ni 
4 £T pm In 3 <W • o> * 10 . nO 
Sarmal UtMi Spo-antnicodMl 


Wedneoday, 

New Year’s Day 

Nf« Yr«r « tWv 
Oinbcr. BtnprtM S«oni 

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enlle*«a *r Or<-r>Mtr»l Counri 

KeaervaUona. Phone 4 6111 


I 

Toojays 

622 VIEW STREET 
1680 DOITiLAS STRECT 

ENTIRE STOCK 

MODEL HATS 

• Melusines 

• Velours 

• Velvets 

Casual Styles— 

Metusine and Felt 

Cocktail Hats— 

Exclusive Models 

Vi PRICE 


JANUARY 

CLEARANCE 


What an opportunity for y«m 
to save . . . dollar* and dollar*: 
Qualitv loulU. ctuil*. dresses 
and hats have been reduted m 
price to bang you the best 
wardrobe buy* of the sea.son 
. . . and all are from our 
rV g u I a r stock of fine mer- 
chandise. 


STARTS 
FRIDAY 
DEC. 21 
H 9 A.M. 


SUITS 


Styles that every 
woman love* in 
p o p u I a I tweeds, 
worsted.*- Tailored I 
and boxy styles. 
Regular 21195 lu 

sno.oo. 


SALE 

pKicr 


22",. 82 

COATS 


Uwely puie wool* and IwihmI* 
in alirarllve color range lo 
blend with your present wanl- 
rolYC. Reg .SJ '93 to S<»^ bO, 
SALE 870»* 

PRICE to ■ ^ 

DRESSES 

All from regular »loek, wool*, 
crepes and rocklall fabriiw. 
Sire* Id to 20’p. Reg $19 56 
to $-15.00 

SALK •1A»» 

PHIT'E ' “ >o 

M'K( lAL GHOrr DKKSSES 
■} PRK K 


HATS 


Charming fell* and meluxlnea 
from regular stork Whv not 
buy ’TWO! Reg $6.95 to $16 95. 

SALE 

PRICE *♦ to It 
Sweatem — Skirta — Jewellery 


flUn’s 

I^adiM' OJtaA 725 l^aiu Si 

NO KM HA.^‘G^X ^ NO RKKl MXS 


B 1 R KS 




To lAtng Heorh^ Cal. 

Captain and Mr* A. Avery air motoring to l^ng Bea. h, 
California to spend the holiday aeajion with Mr* Avery * parent*. 


Horne /or Christmtu 

Gordon Leaver, *on of Mr and Mr*. John H. Leaver, 
2150 Hauliain. haa arrived by plane from Toronto lo apend 
ChriJimas with hi* parent*. He will remain In the city to at- 
tend the wedding of hi* »l»ter, Gwen Leaver, which Ukr* 
place on January 4. 








J6WEILERS 


May wp at this um*» cuirtlally oui appreciation 

of your friendship and good will. 


tf «• vicii fM •"d rotm 
fe«t( *1 to* 

YuU*ia« $•■»«•. Mtf TM 
• WiKh. k«ppv. |»**P**» 
•w N«* Ym«^ 


£vcotn8 
Wedding 
11/4 to V; 


Govrn* 1 


Our sincere good wlahe* 
to our many fitenda and 
cuslomera for the happy 
Yuietide season and 
throughout the coming 
year. . 


Pay aa IJttle as 

$A.mi Oowa. is.mt 

Per Month 


” H>H4 iHitGI^AS 

Famous for Mne alrhe« and Diamond* 
r W FRANC W I.TD PHONII 


7M FORTP 

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Bailii Colonist - 15 

f f / *#'/! // « ' IJ .» « / / / I /< » \ 

An open house will hr given on Frldav b> Mr David Grddea 
and Mis* Barbara Gedd^v at the home of their parents on Tolmia 
Avenue Cohost* include Miss Sharon Plow* and Mr. Alan Smith. 
Guests invited are «uidenf» of Vlrtorta College, Vniverslty of 
British Columbia and friends of the tamliv. 

Home lor Holuiays 

Mls« Gerrie Warshawski arrived home tor ChnsWnas from 
San Lius t)blspo. California where she attends the Cal Poly 
I College 


The charming chatelaine of Admintl’s 
Hou.ve. Mrs. H. S. Raynor, sit.s for a 
delightful Christmas poi trail tvilh 
four memhors of her family. Janet, 
11'... holds the family pet; next to her 
is Phoebe. 16, Michael. 14. and Mis. 
Rayner has nine-mnnth-old Catherine 
on her knee Two more children. 


David and John, are not pictured here 
David actually did arnve home fmm 
Royal Military Colh>ge. Kingston, for 
Christmas, but John, uho attends 
Bishop University . Quebec, is .spending 
hi.> holidays with friends m Ottawa 
— < Photo by Bud Kmsmap l 


JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE 
OF CORSETRY starts Friday 


Spending their first Christmas In their 
new' Virtnna home on Runnymr<le 
Avenue are Tommy, aged four; Liiurio. 
7, and 5^m. I' j. the attractive chil- 


One of the most exciting things about Christmas t rom Orefion \ 

to small children is the tree Itself, bright with lights j w. Wormald. long 

and glowing with tinsel and colored ornaments. resident of Vnioru will 

Rohyn Uv. aged four, and Nicola, ju.st two. dmigh- have tnuripm guc*it« for Christ 
let’s of Lt.'Cmdr. and Mrs. (I. t.* McMonis. .'ViH m»iv dinner in hrr Govornmont. 
Uganda, are two members of the younger set who home Among them win 

agree that ('hnstmas is wonderful. — iPholo by hi*r daughtfr and nm in law. 
Bud Kinsman.) 'h ^h». Chaile* Curn.iti I 

— - - fmm Garihnldi Oirgon. thiec ^ 

/, I Ik II ni I giHiidson* and a groai grand « 

NMTiphonv Kail riannrd i*-" gmnd*..n r«» j 

. I . ‘■clI will hi trig hlft wife and iheii | 

The Decemi»cr meeting of ihc anjoyeri by the member*. Dell jum ('harlie. and two other | 
Women a Committee of the refirshmenl* were aerved grandson*. *'J P.*' and Billy .5 

Symphony t.vok the form of a of the enter |Cuinuti fmm Oregon will Join 2 

ChrlMm.. parly brl,l at ,h. , In th> holl.I. y Urn inn. i 


dren of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fee. who 
recently came from Vancouver. Mr. 
Fee ha.s taken over the Canoe Cove 
Shipyard. — (Photo by Jim Ryan.) 

Hi.storical 
krou|) Klecls 
IVew ( (uiiu'il 

More than 1(10 member* and 
friends of Vicloru section. 
BC. Hl.'-iorir.il A'e-ociation 
paihered at Oak Bay Beach 
Hole! for the annual meeting 
and Chfistmas tea. Mr. Jame* 

^ K. Neebili. chairman. pre*ided 
and gav'e a talk on the history 
of Oak Bay. 

Elr'-ied to the coumd for 
' 19r>8 weie Mis* Kathleen Agnes, 
Dr. John V Walker Ml** Ine* 
Mm hcM. Mr. C. T. W. Hysfop. 
Mr H C Hrat'ewell. Mr*, 
f'wlady.* Welsh. MiM Nell K 
Wvie* Mr. W. H. Ha>ward. 
Mr. W. K. Ireland. Mia* Olga 
B</v*i Mr*. J K. Gcwlman. I>r. 
Robert M. L-me. Mr. John 
O'KeiUy, Mi*a Marjorie Holme*. 

^ Mi*s F lora Hamilton Burn*. 

‘ Mr*. CyrtI Richards. Mr Jame* 
K N’esbiti. Mr and Mr* E. G. 
Hart. Mr. and Mr* James H 
Hiimiliort, Mr T. W S. Parson.*. 
y* Pn^^iding at the tea table* 

. were Mr*. R. A WooMon. Mr*. 

* ; Oouglii* Bullen. Mr* K H. W. 

9B||||4 Klkingtnn and .Mr*. Jamea H. 

' HamMinn. Mui* Iner Mitchell 
I and Mr* E. (1. Hart auper- 
intended tea arrangements. 

Christmas t ram Orpfion 

vith lights j w Wormald. long ' 

irnaments. 'time resident of Vinorla. will' 
.■(>, riaiigh- have tnuriern gue*i* for Christ 
nnis. .'V)8 m»iv dinner in her Government j 
r set who .''iH‘ei home Among them will 
Photo by '*** daughter anti nm in law. 

Ml. ami Mrs. Charle* (.'iirnult I 
fiftm Garihaidi Oiegon. three 
I giHiulson* and a great grand 


I>er. ?7th 


For Rest VaJiie* Re Fnriv and Save! 

■rcHi*n 411 * rftni* e( acvroi-m brftndi 


Girdle* 


(*nr**e|e|te* 

R#l M»r liO M <n I 
Kal* *s sea 


(iltot P Of ltKAS*'IFKf>. f 

X allies to S-X.-Xo. ^ 

To I tear. All One Price _ % 

All Kale* Final * No Refund* 


A Oaetf Sptrh* 
Maksi a 

Qoed Alriaaal 
Jell tk* RCAF 


Montague 

BRIDGMAN 


t-kina • C.rytUil • Ci/h 

■II OatrrMBeni St. riiMe kMllI 


STtteer 


No F.srhange* 


IRENE CARROLL CORSET SHOP 


New 1^‘alion — 1010 Rrond St. 


3-47 IS 


At Chiistmaa. seaMin 
of pra>er and 
rejoirmg we wish you 
and your* abiding 
peace and happineiv* 

M \V( CK'K OPTIf Ah 
DISrKNSAKV LTD. 

HoHAIJi W MAVrOTK 
K#*vrm w MATcoca 

tin Broad at Johti«t»n • i7«Al 


home of Ml*. D. B. Koxtuirough. 
291 King George Terrace. 

During the evenmg. plans 
were dinrussed for the forth- ' 
c«»mlng Symphony hall to tie 
held on Friday. Feb 7 at the 
Emprea* Hotel. Member* were 
urged to commence forming 
parlies, aa thi* event piomises 
to he it.* usual highly auccessful 
■r>ria) occaKlon. 

Mr*. G. Worthington Ijike's 
ttelighiful reading of * new 
Christmas noveleiie hv f’earl S, 
Buck and a novel gift draw were 


Look 

TO KRisors 


iiriA Ikmaia* street 
t'omer of Fort KL 


FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE 

\X e have a targe a**nrfment of Fant y and 
Plain Tiinihler* In all *l»e*. Paiier Table ( over*. 
Paper Plate*, snapping < raeker*. Party Hat*. 
Nut t ii|>*. .Nolsemaker*. Rlriwntit* and RaMoon*. 
Jii*l the right thing* (or your .New X’e«r*« 
Parf.v XX e al*o have a nice awndment nf 
Rhlne*tone Ne<‘klaee* and Earring* for the 
ladies. 

XX> would like to etiend to all our 
i ii*lunier* and Friend* 

Merry Christmas and 
A Happy and Prosperous 
New Year 


KRESGE’S 


xieel your friend* at mir s^ida Fountain 
for a tfelletoiia f.iinrh 


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STARTS FRIDAY, DEC. 27th 
Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 


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DEPARTMENTS 

• 

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• 

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(fOrdeii ISotPS 


VOU SUP 6 CM MAMAO 


And timidly rn(«rpd the Rimt of 

the CAthedr«(. 

Unmindful of tlie throng f l'* 
of dlMpproval. tmuM‘ment arxt pii;-- 
the ragRod child made her wa>' Itie 
fool of the groat altar, ‘nd heie -ne 
plaood her offering aninng the gif:, 
of the wealthy. 

Knoollng. she prayeil earnoatl), 


By M. V. I HKSNlT. FTillS 
Christmas ia traditionally a time 
for stories, and I can think of noth- 
ing more fitting for this day than to 
relate some of the legends which 
have been handed down concerning 
the plants which have become asso- 


The Ar.i.’l CabnrI .w her 
fixity ! . Ilf h.': |iovi*ri\ Ik-« ‘ 1 ; 

> him out inin tlie 

iping. t* ' Angel Die h 

f h" ivory roi'e to 5 m-= ‘i .• dr ■ 
’.V and 1 *»' sll h*.i. ; • 

i< (i.c* white flnwi-i' of the t'hti > . 




AmeEKTvnou* 
KM OOfeSHT TWtUt 
VtHPVMlBMLVOSi 
ALAM ' 1 m 


MV KAY 00EM6 

BUTlPONTMaiClOai 

SO OM ' ans o« ipswi 


f\feA5S PC*iA 
..LETUtSKn'' 


e Chrliima. v-rjn 


WAS lipped with a 


province of Yucatan, where the pom- 
setlia growa wild, this story is loM 
of ‘The Flower of the Blessed Night " 

Outside 111 * ^oor of the great Yuca- 
tan cathedi^al. a ragged, barefoot child 
stood weeping as she watched the 
Jubilant throng bearing gifts to he 
plartKl at the . altar of the Virgin 
Mother and Child. 

With a choked sob. she knelt anti 
prayed that she miRl«l be shown a 
way to purchase a Chii.vtmas gift 
for the Blesse<l Mother and Babe, and 
AS she prayed, a soft vuire whi.s- 
pored to her ‘‘Hive what thou haal. 
In the giving, it shall be made beau- 
tiful 

Wiping away her tears, lltlW Maria 
looked at her empty hands, then 
looked aboul her for something whicii 
might conceivably become beautiful. 
There was nothing hut tall, coarse 
weeds. She broke an armful of these. 


Ing flower. The giral ilmi:.*, b« ! -M 
the 'miracle and knelt ii. revr*ir»ti.*e 
and ever -ince that C! rvr, 

Maria's flower has t»een known as the 
“Flor de la Noche Buena" the 

Flower of the Bl- -fd Night 


Ar- -f e (hat i 
Mriny larxts 
of the Cliri^tn-.,, 


f mankmd 


Tlie t'hrlHbiiaM Kov When ‘h" 
kings anti the wise men fr<>ni the 
East came to Bethlehem, the villag- 
ers of the little town cn'wderl ' 'id. 
Wondering at the fine raiment of the 
strangers 'seeing the glft^ they .... 
rie*i gold and frankincense and 
mjrrh many follnwr-d iheii e^. 
ample and brought tht-h mvn oMe: 
Ings of treasured h‘-:i?ehoM 
Shepherds ».jme from the h .«.ry- 
Ing a fine fh-%e of Wiml for the B -—- 
Madelon. a poor girl of tne 
had nothing tn give- She .<1 ipAii 
downcast. =adly wnichInE the utlier 
villagers proffer their gifts 


Our lAd.v's Bettstraw In II- ■ 
atV'..: Bi-ndct'em there w.i.= m humhie 
wismI known then '1 g-'--- k*-- ami 

SOI...- ol this vv- in thi= sweet In-»i 
which com|-“- .d the lowfj- l>ed of the 

Where t'-'* head of the Babe r. sled 
on . r “iMi- .-i'd bladr-s t)»e\ revivcxt 
Old fi-'-lirr.; I and buist tnt<» fP.-.i 
wiiite petals tuining to ’old and 
f'lrtriiiTj; a about Hi- heod. 

that lime th Inn’nie goose 
RiKM has been callnl Our I,nd> s 
IV.l,.:].iw ’nd fc.-.' - h.^vr heeo 

l■.ii•Hfyl with pale velluw aufluaing 
the clear white pet;.: 


I FEEL ALL CMOKCO UP 
I NOecev EVER CAUEO 
V— Mg oeARseFORC 


:•* ..*aA.Vv >.AN I HSWf SONf 
extaa fOQ ThC r-r 

KAlR 0 Ce 55 C 0 > 


CAN I MAVe 
A piHePoo 

A OjPOf T 
COFFEE Ff- 


OaOO» cat* I have ) 
MV UUNCH I»0NEV* I 




ilollv\v(Ki(i Today 


By Slieilali Graham 


ME 4 uistfry ote? 
>uTo rug Bopy Of uau^ 


l^M9 0R/E r 
Mat/ 45 4 
tUtgiO. Tef 
»eu46o£rt0 
CMAMPiCM 
tSAfiUTC i 

atop moftIi 

OFTt« 1 

BlCW* orfi 

TMf 

rrrdctluo 


HOLLYWOOI> fireu <»ar- 10 be pretty quiet lor the 

bo'M c<>meback movie will be next alx months, and U'^rk 

“The >tiracle,“ a> . ->rding tr> will bo the unhappievi actor 

■ hums lif dire«.<v/i i„ , 

Irving Rapper, who la cur 
renily offering Ijarbo Uie sun. 
the m<ion. and mruil of the 
profits to play the nun In the 
story first presented on tlie 
•.t tge by the late, g -'U Max 
Reinhardt. For quite some 
time now (Jreta haa warned 
to portray a nun on the 
• -reen. Tliis could really be 


Dnrolhy OandrMge ' I 

hlglrpn.-- li- ; if ---it - I iix 

l>art of Ih- V. “ifli , I., 


gel the picture. Meanwhile, 
director WUlie Wyler- tested 
(h iffrey Horne for the role 
This young actor will be a 
star when "The Bridge on Ihe 
River Kwai"' is releaj-ed 
throughout the rounlrv- But 
“Ben Hur" la not for him. 


I,«>t*»f*aiicr’w»n— - 
} ! ui “The Sl«>r,v 

r«»«kl»-ilo** jv «lue 
for If rr*e ■ 'i* . 


WnndC; .. 

a movu- h“- '.'‘ -d i-- 

have hix nai,--'' smalh i in 
iTi'ilMS. Before vnii r.“ .t. . r • 
expl.nn Kii»h TamhI.vn who 

play t'-. !. ... . 

Pal - ■ tunili I loMuh,'* |t. ‘ 'll 


of EAiher 

llollywm id 
lOunte lo 
• VC!- These 
“ for Leo 


4uPF4C(»tXSfgU4iU>Kiii IMOftOKTBfg, 
WHO AgSffOnf eSSfitCTfU 4M? C4qJ>OUg 
Of THS CH4Mf/0tJ'S P4U494U9 fi%r% 


( TOUaH? 

1 lAki _c._ic-e 


•AND WHAT AN 
ACTRESS/f 

LISTEN TD HER 
CRY ABOUT 

her KiD.'/- ' 

■rn SOUNDS 

REAL'/ ^ 

'B rr^\ 


AND IS SHE ^ 
STuafrORNr HER 
ALIBI. IS -SHES 
SOME Hia-BU-LYS 
WIFE AN SHE'S 
$TICKlM*1DlTf 


SHE \ 
SAjorr \ 

StRVES / 
7 HIM 

\iuaMTr 


WE SHOWED 
HER BIG 
STANiSLOcrr:. 
CORPSE -HOftM' 
fTD BREAK 
her OP." / 


SHE 

DIDN'T 

‘3KEO 


iWN -SHE’S 

HCAimESlV 


Shirley Teinple'a two 
yoiingf-*t children are 
Ing in mama s ft)..uiep>, •nd 
will make their drli"' 

within the next two mof '!. 
lairi. .T'«. i« aix munlJo •■liier 
than *.vhen .'<hlih -- 
m her firal muvie. 

Haired Allhl.'' Chiifhe is 1 
They will each ap|H*ar ♦■ep- 
ately with .Shirley iri her up 
turning “Shirley Tempi**’** 
Storybook'* xerU- on tele-.:. 
Kiun. ‘I want the camera >■!■ 
the Iwck of my heail,” =^nt 
.Shirley, wl... would :i--ver 
have i»erniitled a camera 
angle like ih.at in Ihe old 
day«, ■•fth-uaed on the farca 
of l 4 fr 1 and ( hartle while 1 
read to them.’’ The kidi can't 
wait. N‘. “.er « «'« I. 


That'lacn in «£D* 

ISTOU4M.T-WONT 
TElL US WHERE . 
BiGSTAN.SLOUSr . 
STASetEDIHE 
LOOT." ^ 


I know thi-* »?. the wrong 
time tu bring it up hut didn't 
I read In many fun-mag r. 
r:i that H**bert >^agn«-r 
would nm-et marry an ar 
iie*s? 1 can't blame him for 
dunging hix mind. Natalie 
W(M)d U a walking dream. 


nn.r.-' ,|M»M.rton Ihiif* i:.-- ni.i 
mul '• 

Add iiv. hll.vv m Urai'e 
Kelly and her Prinre Kaiiiirr 
II ivelt*d to"»i-* whtm 

they flow from Monaco to 
L«}ndon. 


Ao;. \aii .lidiitMUi, 

. hlrU I>iiim;Ia*. The 
- 'o Italy ln.t 


Quote from iVnni H&ii.i], 
t"h w ‘.'•n ibtMil t*. 1.:’ I wife 
IMana l>nrx '‘!d tl.oii homc- 
v*ifh marhtp .immmg 
pool at Matdenhi- d ‘ I'm 
■>rr> ; in me rhe pla-o wa.s a 
• vmbol of lo‘. 


f)anny Kaye U chartering 
an Israeli Jet liner to fly a 
v--"iip of Americana to l**rncl 
for the holidaya and to help 
promote tourlat trade . . . 


TMATS TWf 4 D 0 etY 5 

.aar twat anejiamu , 
WNEOUfTKY f ) 


n ■ d «>-, hol'ta 
for friendx n"d 
;.ew York th* 


The Rex llarrlaona are cur- 
renily ;;iiesling w-|th the 
f harlea 1 haplina In Switzer- 
land . . 


•ferry l 4 *wl» i«s : “m . .»f 
qmniupleta n. ' R*., 
liahy " The lull.i*” '• .v-e taken 
care of by the man pin-. 

\. ~ f.iiliei in law-. .Mol r 

Barmlone, wl- ■ other *l.ii«»:' 
1*1 in th- movio Martivn 
Maxwell, > film 

h s (ripleta hu' ha to h..;. 
the f.n-f : T'-' 

"■■•out to |d»i\ 'hr I. -5 II. an 
• . Il'ii'.l The Uhlie Mr 
gin " 

Mrki noiigan, •-<rkl-' i" 
tight itad* • ent :r- .vin •• 

e?x..:ted i" ":** 'f-Are^rll i** 
.Armx” premiiT by 

IHck An*ler«u»n. 1 hT-iHl t.‘‘„ 

order giv-on. 'iio fi-u otfig 

Ml •• IV>ugan to iht TV 


It'a a toaa-up between Nat 
“King" < ole and .Semiiiy 
IIbvIx. Jr., for the role of 
Spoimi' Life in .Sam la-.kl- 
wyn’a aiiperdnher "Porgy and 
BeAx” production. I hope 


A bt i*f men are hemg 
l<■^Iod, hul Ml alill make bef.x 
iha' Kork llndxofi landt the 
le.iil in Metro'* “Ben Hur." 
Hix home aludio. U I, i* going 


Gonlract 


By Howard Kchenken 
Muf Birhard 1. Frey 


Nniialu w> ttil . . I 

Mf t ••• : I.. 

<...•! Ucorgi* Sail 
I . ■ -r ' t ' .1 

X»- no ic.l 4 , 


WELL, WB WONT NEBO 
A VBRv eiG PtCCB 
fW THAT' . 


>Oj do 

EVO?V- 
TMiriG 
LU<E A 
PK 3 ' 


ARCHIE, DON'T BE 
SUCH AN CAGEff BCA/Eff 
WITH THE WOOD* 
IAA<B 90MfiTVUt-«G EVAALL 
THIS TERM! lumber 
.^IS EXPENSIVE' 


riL MAKE A 
BREARBOAfiO 
Lie'S A PIG» 


V*f: NORTH 

Nom ^U 63 

<>8 4 3 2 
0 A 

* 10 9 75 

ir:!?r east 

4 J 9 AA 7 S 4 

<?gio 7 9 jss 

0 g 7 6 3 ^ 0 J 10 I 4 

AJ 432 

SOirni (D) 

A K 1012 
9 A k 
0 K 9 S 2 

A A k g 

TW biddiaf 

BmU %Mt .Noftk !.•*• 

J N.T. P*e« J * P*ee 

>4 Pm« 3 N.T. All P«M 


have h< . !i for bn - ~j— 

home the heail *»ot SSn.i 
t^l*k^ *>n 1 * 111 , it*‘>ia'ii 
muld bring the toial lo 1 nr if 
tie w-oM a -aid inik in -j' idi--- 
nr If he . 1 iopi>ed the i.i'k *'f 
club* and i-ould gam reentry ^ 
If' dummy. The .wldx favn-d ^ 

playing for the xpailen hut d«* ji 
• laiTr fell that ther** w'laid be 
lime to do' that after he had 36 

tried out Ihe clubx, '.•■ he em _ 

harkeil on * fal.xl course C 

When three club lead.x laded 
to rtinp the Jack, deeinrer fell ^ 

ba- k the **pa ie deparimei-r. _ 

. the d»-“«’*‘* to chin ': ^ 

queen .\ow it WM-. nh‘.;. .• I" H* 

Ha/.-i. that if he It-- 't*. • • " 

of «padea dummy remaincil jj- 

wiiltoui a aemblanc^ of a re 
entry. Ki»ow-lng from the bid 
ding that South held four 
apadex lo Ihe king it v*-»- a ^ 
rerialniv th«c s-vuih would 
garner three liick. 7 ; in xpadex if 7 ^ 
he were f<»n-ed to My d>->An 
hi* King Thereff*re, t-., 4 «i 
I'ourlc.i'ixly preaenled him wnh *■ 
an opportunity tn lakr a fine««e 1 » • 
l*>r the jack of tpadc hy let 
ling dummy"* queen hold the 
iru'k’ .. 

Declarer took the xpiidc 
fine*?. H* exiierled W* ^1 vM>n •“ 

Ihe Jack of xpade*. cashed the ! 
lack of cluh.x m.l <Miiilnued dia « 

monds kni*. king out decMrc: - • « 

king. Fu«t : are of hpa*iex a- 'l j, y*',; 
the two irhkji the delendcrt * ’ 

garnered in diamonda stopped 

Ihe game ' "' ^ 


Mcoe 


Ip M*sejO»4E6 

}r JUST MOPPSD 
M TO WISH >OU 
LUCX-aiJP < 
MAvB* AtK A 
COoPuI Cf L.TTLI 
ouesTi» 4 !«ar 
A PsotosaL 
S cuaoS'Tv ^ 
r. ABOUT,' 


HATCH 


OymiM U«4: 0 S 

“I am one of thr--^ polite 
playerx." said lu'e Mazen Iio 
held the flaat car'lx in today's 
liiind. 1 do not ahsotuir-i-. in- 
aiai that my opiwncnts make 
their cnntrarix I find that this 
ruur'esy helpx to make me 
piipular *xpe< lally with my 
paitiier of the moment, bul olxo 
with my young -on. Tommy, 
who likes lo have me buy him 
the latest in baxeball equip- 


AUP NOW— rO 86 
V^R-r MAPPV TO ASSWfeR 
fiNV QUSTONS VOU 
M'GhT want to ask me. 
Just ruse vouR manc>s* 


ijoil h\esi Ihf 


•UT z 

erAcY rraT 
t r*cw, 


**CXv. 

«e<c«g ^AFtam 
OHMOCnr «CT* 
*€Bt, TfU w£ 
MCW TH 5 
MAFPCHep (m 


healthful*^ 

refreshing 








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f ’ i 1 

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2-PIECE FULL SPRING CHESTERFIELDS 


fabrics ... in heavy unol 
friezes and ta|»estries . • • Kei;nlar 


SHOWROOM SALE PRICE 


A^erry Christmas 
^ and a 

Happy New Year 


Jtnifitotrj j 


1 \>>‘n* iilnclnc out wir 
I wi!«hi^ tn lor 

y M Chn«tmai» <hai wHI 

• lulfUl «U yin -ioarrHi 

# dr^am* ol abnmtani 
y hanninwi!* aharH wtih 
T your lovod onca ... of 
,r rood fpUow«h(P ind B«vwi 

chcoj and dorp con 
• trntiprnl. 


fiaily (Colanial V't'oru, B.c^ Wed., Dac, 2 S, 19S7 17 

Al flic \fi (,;illerv 

^ — _ # 

Every Child 

A Genius 
Up to 10? 

B> IN A I). I). ! IITIIOKF 

It has Ixvn wud that pvt*r>’ child on artist and 
presumably a Kcnias. unljl he is 111 years old. 


Thoutih w** fbiiy rmi 
rnvrr any i{<'muM*s in 


ia Aix (ind abe has donp 


paintinR oUk* for children wr ’ painim*.’ nf a rhiUJ in a i;ai«l'*n 
hole nn hr.<Maii(jn in MyinK ^hi< h tias a '«iroM(!ly cirior.'iMvp 
that many Mnr arii-'. are in ‘iuali«y. »he flowora Iwinu Um'il 
Ihp maktnc ai il.e sri gollorv. “P *'• onltrlv itms Sbap.-H and 
The .r.iUH-uon indude«* ...lorlui weh a Hue 

and imajjmaUVf |>-MnHnit», lh»* r«un|>».siri(in 

si(*iirou.<> and xpnnl.inmuK '^alfr mi.if and chalk ih-iw 
horns rhe woik at the ii.% lo 

rune vear olds baia" are moie miiliire Theie 

When we gut ,uu, the older *hmvn h-re 

rinups. up 10 ir» years oM 


there IS le*-* prorrii>»- «hnvM» ''bb plenfv of f*o\ver 
The child U adiuMinc himself ■ ui out^ hv nirisio- 

In n moie adult approa.b m P’’'*'” *"'* Sumas 

which dtawmif ph%» mi mu'ot' ‘ r>nnalil and 


■nirisio- 


HU B 


2 OFF 


3 to 


STARTS 
FRIDAY 
9 A.M. 


OPEN TILL 
9 P.M. 


am pari. 


Ill/ ph.\H mi rnipot i 
The ima/inHtlnn 


le>* aciive. the child wanir- to ' a»‘^nljnn hy iheir 

le.im comtol. 

Tn reiuin in rhe liiUe ■ - • i ■ 

1 xmpriv'd by llie [K.nifi MCMdADIETC 

and m>n>-e of d«*si;:n shown in a' iTI t ITI V ■« I 
fin/er painiin/ m/jumI “.luln‘ 

W.” pieHiim.ihly .se\»Mi yejr. We ii«er| in w rile 
old. It might ea.sily have be*‘ti sh'i lev w h e n 
the work nf an p*«iHblKhed art 1 


W.” pieniimahly .seven yejr. We ii«er| in w rite 
old. It might ea.sily have be*‘ti sh'iievw hen 
the work nf an p*.UblKhed art \^Hs*b<*rn^"^*^ 
1*1 in the placement of shape* ip.. wide 

and u<M* of color eved wonder 

As no teacher wa* pre*.eni uf «'J»i Istmaa 
when 1 wa« looktne the vvork morn 
over, I could not tihijin aiiv Hui.^ that s long 
tlmailed Inloimaiiiin at>t»m the : IH!!!' 

yfiung arlij.U. All 1 had to r.,ri*. 

guide me was ihe aomewhal \^‘hen n ii f two 
my •‘Ion. Ilia i. - eir.M.-.r c • v'.--.. daughter'-. 

«•!* l> '‘.Susan I'". "Donnie. 7> weie lusi little 
vcMf'" e'c.. which appear on the /■««•« 
paintings m a rhlUhsh script ' 
pul there wUh the intense pride, 7^*^ 
n| achievement. I r\ * \ 


e ii*er| In w rite 
te%. when 
I h : » mlumn 
was born. { W 

eyed wonder ^ 

iif ('l)i Istmas , i 

morn ^ . 

It. ihats long^^-. Jr, 

ago . . . lhe?» Bk " eT 

Well* “doilies 

with curl*. V 


Mold 

Pools 

Planned 


A SJI.vtXK) motel to he built And cairh thnr 
at tiorge ant| Washington will e\i*ltcmenf 
have a .swimming fn»o! in tlie *re thoir e>i*s 
ccnire nf ii.s hollow squaie of i ihmn. 

unit*, hut utiles- It I* nuilt with ^ iju»d 
astounding *;u*ed. it will be rhe king ago 
acpond motel m the Vicions Bid. .^U is 


daughters. a, 

weie lust little uumwr 

g".-. 

Tliev had often 
eti Hieir 

ir i ’'siMikine*” 

'•*! nil si.sirs on 

their hrits. 

White Ihol.s of 
* TFi.* IT .* ".sugar- 

plums’ 

And then Ihev 

^ l I i ' *‘'**'^ 

•) J \\ witli tlirtri'e 

'/ A gJ\ 111 bloom. 

‘ *^'o'^FrAt'd I luve<l lo 

w it.-h. a.s 

mm iheviamem 

the room. 


area to have a pool ctiange*! ntiw, 

Redwood l*»ik Motel. It wan 
le.m.ed vesteidav. has already 
Slatted insi.illafion of a swim (leels iV arc 
log |K*ol which wiU tu* le.uiv Blown up 

fni Use in tlie summer The ladu** 

ftedwonds piad will l»e .'il fn '1 And they don t 
lung and feed wide, with ‘•i.-vi'e” down, 

healed waiei. I , latt fi 

Tlie WVunit motel planned f»ir W"* . 

floigp and Washiiigioii will he -.- hh,*!/ ".luU a" 

a iwo-siorev sIviccu.mI building / .\ «'^r big lue leml. 

jl will he built hy D. K. Me J/ Thai mavbe 

Intyre of Niti.iinio hu t'ati'-o; / ■ huw in 

Motor Mole! ('ompativ nf l#u* v, blight 

Angeles. l/*e lleddy ‘ ol Van 7 p -H- el t.dl. 

couver is ..chiuv,. 

■ — ^ „ hut a iHg. 

.■w* I |\* • ^ dimiiled dull. 

J ICO 1 inci r,..„mnr.. 

I causing a 

( , , i shriek. 

iThereH hi» long evrbshes On 
1)111 I I Iw the dulls io«v cheek. 

•^”***^**^ I s't bv the fire, and think of 

I these Ihing.s. 

* I As we open our pairels, and 

I /k PbM bn the string.^ 

1 II k-71\lllv T Il-CM I look up. ihiu the mist 
» oltli 'her" eve. 

The evei' popular f.mv tale, "<’h. Ik«v’' I laugh. “I mst 
•Tied r.iv.r of llamr-m; - will of that 


et"wn up 
ladu's 


A 


*ried Piper* 
Coming 
To Sidney 


ydt^ 


he dinmaii/cd hv IVum-ula 

ri.c.f'-. in iluee *hows- ai .Sid THI.s* . .^e I km>w 

pel Klemciiimv SihnnI, .r.m .1 mi.: HK.ST CIIKISTMA.S OF 
S'. it 4 a’ ■ IT) hn*h u.^:.— and ALL. 
w lib If c lnldreii s matinee al '2 .Kt 
till* '■ecopd «|.iv 

Mo'S l--..ri will pl.iv Ibe II • 

j/»le and Ill die c,*w| ,|| 

he Murray S*'. Damuii 

J.iiKsuii Vaiol riav'uf. Ken a 

.siniith. .lane l.•■l••ll, R i u ■ e 

\\' right. Pit Munigurp*-^ imi 

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Kail Ilcniiksi'o. AUii Wngi.. 
ami Ken Liw. 


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stnall a|mrtmenl. I^rellier than illus* 
tnitcd. Kemiliir 

SHOWROOM SAMPLE PRICE 


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SHOWROOM SAMPLES — ALL NEW 


• ( iistom HiiiM • > Inch .\irfimin Ciisirmns 

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en*fiiri/eil Design • lolnrs: linmn, Beii;i*, 


Reg. 

369.00 


(iri’en, Hell. 

Showroom Sample Price 

.ALSO .W Air.WU.K I.N SK( TIONAL 


2- Pce. BED- 
DAVENPORTS 

Kp*. ISfl.CKI 

3- Pce. Sectional 
CHESTERFlEyOS 

2 F-n<U anti Curye. 

Keg. 

HIDABEDS 

4 \tth spring niiitir«‘*»s. 
Reg. 


LARGE ROCKERS 

AIRFOAM TV ^ 
SWIVEL CHAIRS | 
AT J 


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2-Pc. AIRFOAM CHESTERFIELDS 

. ' [ Nnhby hmicle covers, brown, tw-iRp, 

— ^ -■ j;recn. red, urey. ZiiiiYcrcd airfoani 

cushions. Wafflc-back design. 


Reg. 299.00 

SHOWROOM SAMPLE 
PRICE 


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All Sale* Final 

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riMaraJ aar^lrat aill Ba tfl 
tha I'ttfLplin f'oMral CBavwl lai Yt\ 
Aar Dm >T at M a m iriih tha 
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li^mrtii ta ihr K'«a Ear C«(Marr> 


n votet uu roirND 

ua«l‘ Bui.rau> WITH BUM or 
Maory ttawatd. ala* a BruUaat 
aarrtM _ 

um ALACK WAU^ raroKT- 
aai Moara Kaaara raab la IL* 
Ptaaa > tai« _art tvr Aon 

LOVr KMobcH KKBtAKt 
Kaaard r hoa t )-aM^ 

81 MALE HKI.P WANTED 


SEASON'S 
GREETINGS 
TO ALL 


MERRY XMAS 

ECONOMY BUYS 
rttU'iB PKH loaa ao n 
>14 DrcaaM r Studi .til M 
Ilf" T»at<ja aad Oraaia — aai oa 
2 M ’ > 4 B nr tJI M 

• ir . ap »4 Oa 

8 ' IMITATION LOG 
SIDING EACH 1 3 c 

UI nr BlUTAKt* ri..! MNIMO 
awMPL'K AOOM pn< pvic'iNa 
FENCES 

' P.'i‘ Ywntr ' Jinpl*l» 


IImt WE SMODl CAMEQAff ID T>c LOVE NCb'T 
Ab' T>€ FAMILS FEUO GOE^ ANOmER QOUNP- 
B«yn€R!ri^STRrTWAOlFFEeENT SCRIPT'. 


At TME aiCKERS.SVOONnA is carried muti 

8 S A 684 MMV U 7 VE TAL£ SDMrrUMO LU 2 TVS- 


UBm 4 41 BM aar imU. 

tu«a nm mtm pnm M mmu 
•aH> 14 iMOla SuiMar 
Mai raaaa Canaaa. Oraa> 0 r«Ain 

Tu>'« twntuTt aw vaar flAW ui 
BwntM ns laraa aMKtw Mao. 
sauna aunuia llM Ssu'rslM par 
ownia IKM U Ka u« ■bjniiv 
|i M aiMT mmwi ouHrMA n M 
par rvnta 

A^itairUaa aa aacuna <taaa tnaJL 
ra« XI IM OaaaftmaU. <X(a«a. 

Tlia >a!>> CaiuTM*! la a m^raM M 
TW AtMtf (airMii <y Omaaiwa. Tlw 
Cana/tlaa Ha«ai«i<M fuMtata 


OOH'l SOU RAltiE 
'KXIR HAND 10 ME, 
, NOU aCAST* JUST 
L TOUCN ME ANO 
L ai UME <00 ; 
B LOCKED UP 
lOQUFE'y 


8 - 6 Ut:SVyOt 3 NfTA‘f> 
lONLS REACHED 
gp TO TUCN , r ' ‘ r > 
ON THE ,y\ vJ» 
I uom*' ) 'vLv'' 


R. A. GREEN 
LUMBER CO. LTD 


PtMKY la at JaaMha Haaaiial 
an Dae 21 )*> 1 . T^uicnaa Uan«l 

r«m. a«ta ll yaara uf t Frut 
Raad R H Nu 1 . Vitar Rayai. 
a raaltiaai haia (ar teur yaaia 

I arairrif at taddiaatan Alia Ha 
• aaaa hla aita. Anaa. aoS a 
da>isi>l*f itaaaia ai lui«a a ion 


YOUNG MEN 

AGE 20 • 28 


IrWMOOCIE! 
7 WHAT A MEAN 
' HUNK OF MAN 


RNATl 


l.X A CORAI 


ta^^ialAsrr* ' 


a braUtar. WlUrad in Ka«Und. 
SB' a feiaiiiar. HarolA ta Kal- 
a«na a lUtar. OHvt U Parry of 
llo'ka. asd a atatar Mri Oar- 
ifuda Hill at 0 ao rranclacj 
Calif Ha *aa a aaaMr al 
Aahlar U^. Ha 3 B. A F * A M . 
CaMarrr Afta 

Tba raaiaiaa ara bamc farwardad 
la Jaciuaa fsaaral Hama, Calgary. 
Alla, vhara aaratcaa aod imaatprnt 
«U 1 taia rbKa. MrCaU Biiu 
PQnrral Oiraaiara ltd 

YOl'R'l -.dU Oak Inrtpa Pnvata Hoa- 
taiai -at OarMnbar X tsST Ura 
Jaan iHardtaav Yauas. am-d sS 
yaara tam In MoMraaT aal a mi 
deal id WWka (or lAa pa«i ;i 
iMra Iha laavaa liar aol H M 
Yawa af 9 M Saa V*Uw Road, -m 
vraAilaai aial law franiMaurhrar 
Funrtai MfrlcM atll ta> hrlil al 
|he panda MiriiMr* Limiint .»r- 
m><rial i*hapal Cmnira •« Krklav 


n«f > . 01 ^ C'lll) oisM a-iair 

CUUXT M 1 XKRR~ OAA rUMHK 
QC'ICK BCRVICI 

WOODS ANOIKES ta KQUIFMtHT 
IU 4 Oak Bay A«a rpopa 40121 


DEPARTMBNT ' «r i.ho 

lilVttlcl.f NO LNHKRlEXre NX 
rCMARY BIT MI ST BC HKIU 
WHOOL GRAOt An: ACGRKBBIVK 
AND or NKAT Arr*ARA.HCC 
STTARTING XALART m FtF Wt«K 
FOR I 5 TKRVICW PHONE .MR 

rrrTERSEN. msu. • a.m. 

Nc*>.> 


DISCOUNTS ON 
PREPAID ORDERS 

IStlO- rORMT CKOAR BWINO 
ttanv.i'h hax 'I'Pf iitiaUu .ta''‘*> 
IS' iir* Bmootli Fam ILI’U 

lor oHAUtB or ucoolab fir 
rKAMIM) LUMBER »4 . >a« 
ttr- iiir' asi or saB tiF* •ii** 
Bpa'Ki^d L*ns(b* 

*T 1 . 0 «fiiT rRtCEB IN TOWN 

SHIPLAP. ALL GRADES 

wa L'aa supply Douglaa Fir Caotr 
• »/" r . r •«- ’ll" liSii 

ai 4 Uk dx« Od»r CleibraUot 
..Iti 4 i« i.r ail tutirr 

MILLRUN. 6 ' EA. 

Ill >a) >«« lai Ilk 

:s i> 1 * 10 «'> 

us rAO u: S 4 R P.r. Cedar . IX 
4 UI Draaaaal aarti 
t UI Dmaad aacb — — lOe 

IN Ll MIIKR mn baia beat 
'i*n IB atera grade. a*«i auaiiiy 
Lola nf parging apac# Wa del *er 
■n<a'ift* orotapcy enurtePuM? 
FieaM ptidM vma at cana and 
ara for aojrkelt apd ttkas Pur NX 
I eaai daan aa ta 3 S aiantha to 
pa* tar purchpaea dIO la SJ.POt an 
bofflr impraiamenla Beaeril pUpa 

Worehouse to You 

Al L BOtLOlNO fllTprUES 


darii. 


nrK.MTI.'KE 


Am.fnOR BOYS' 
AoPlicaiiona ara aaa Paiaa takea 
for permanent Baatpapar rauiea 
it'a lirat rnma. firal aarrod (or a 
route pear voar baaa 121 t# 142 
per ■•niti tnr a aaiaU aoiauat al 
(ima tarii paMialiiu dar Call 
Mr Haanliou IXH l 

'« SALKSMKN. AliENTS 


HOLLAND BROS & CO. 

NEW AND UBkS PL'KKITURE 
t ?4 Par* Biteei Phuaa l-o»lk 


SPECIALS 

New Rupta dn’p-lr>u«l Oeak 

Itaea d>a«ee« X ' W 

r’..::.'-- H Ki Kw ad leaver 
Lin* 'dpermatir Arwing Ma 
• aihi aiUi ii;rienit. a* 

IV- IH'M) 

TmIUM LamiH iroen I- M la fi-> W 
Umni laA Cedar Cbeai .. . kUi 4 


Real aatata aalraman Beat loca 
tiaa la inap aud Peat cobtloei 
Kiptricoced man pieterred Can. 
geniaj aorkiag eandiilapa. rie« ' 
apply manasar. Vieien* Railiy 
U 4 2 >Slik. 




rERkO or PUUUCATION 

YteurtT Praaa UA ghaU aW 
be laWa (ur taxemaeriija w oar a<k 
aor-aanwol oayuad ilia amnud oaid 
tor Mc* od««rtiMi(veaK. 

Ail eiasM • wYur to pmuic atta s 
ana.< aa mada aRUto 
aAar aiW E aol ouda WaU atd 
be nMokkarad Ra cUtoi •'*2 
aiPewod lot naoca inaa nw taMrart 
ktaenkua not A* amrm au^Paeuag 


M MAIX sr nCMAlX HKIJ* 
WANTTD 


Auctioneering 

IB Otm BUBlNEaB 

LUNDS 

AUCTIONEERS 

WB BOY ARO APPRAISE 

926 FORT ST. 5*5422 


CAMPBELU^Ti 


.. — — kraina memary «f 

Ante Hra. (X A. CamaivIL wha 
daparted iMa M* Dar Ti. UBi 
' Wta u with aa alwajn ' 

-Urrad and faaaembarad k» hw 
totabaad and taraili) 

MORRISON -U I'wiag laataiary a( 
aar baaAaad, lathar aad iraBd- 
pa. RoPari F klwrlaaa pooeed 
aaay CBrltMiAa tva ISM 
taer rnaaaipeted- Mta alia cRU< 
arm and grand.-bildrea 


36 BL'SINKSS SEBVU ES 


Cl Bt.lLDlNQ St'Pi'UKS 


17 rSOFESMONLL 
SKKV 1 (.*ES 


A NEW PAETdlHOWlNa HA- 
iiaaa) aaaapany viU bava apaa* 
Ipga for aalastaoa oad aataaladiM 

as Voaeoaaar Utaad. aiartiag Jon 
UtB Oar prcx^i «<U ba a>dd 
auKily *a tie meriia teiiboal aay 
ombiarkoe ol aiah*araaaura piaUimla 
Peiaa uard ar laWaiad Caatoci 
wiUtom Biarlalr. Euatbeaaa Hotal 
hataaao Jan 2 ad*TUi 


OCNEMITtoB _ 

EXPERT OVN 8 M 1 TU Al ROaDt. 
ouna Lm Bread J. 43 lt 


No. 1 Fir Millwood 


tLaCTBOLYUb 


SIDNEY 

LUMBER 


OHWAirrBD BAlB REMOVED 

K raaaaoily Victa'Ia Eiaruulytla 

«ua >-Mi« Ilk CatoaaaU l^ 


INSIDE BLOCKS MIESO WITR 
61 ABB I. ■ LFNOniB, O.EAN 
iiUaRA-TTEED nu rubbish. 

SUItABLI Poa IMMEDIATE UBK 

1 Cord — $10 00 

2 Cords — $17 00 
2 ’ 2 Cords — $19 00 

16" Alder Bjshwood 

FOR rmrrL.art or wiiNArK 
1 V- tlKE Dtuvnun 

IN '* v\'Hl> I I '..no OH :'COHD 
LOTI 


642 QUEENS 


UADIHT HAfRCUmHO 
HUOBR.N • IPUIVIOUAL 
riRTI OF FOKT 
B 4 YARROW BUlLDUfO 
■AtROREBatCR E 2 .ACE IMS 
VICTORIA SINCE Ikik 
i WO A FPOIN-mEKTi 

muLEixs BEAirn balor 
M* ir BtrilBI Speria.ui 
aoa Ceurtnea m Fbaoa IXUi 


Baiaren D«ei oa and Oaiemmaat 
FCKIKJN.AL SERVICE 
Driki la Parlina 

maiRHlNn 1 “ A 2 ' CLEAR 
RAILS FIR ARO ROTARY CVT 
FLYWOOD OOORR MtRlNt AND 
STARDARD FLYWOOD 8 OOOD ' 
’ 'DE iHtOP 5 ■‘I’JEB sfirui-n 
IISES 8 HINOLE 8 RHAKB 8 SID' 
FLOORIRO OYPSOC LATH 
OYFROr WAILBOAHO IIARTV 
ROAROS bLllTtlRfl FAPrRF. 
SOOFIHO nl ABA FATirr IN* 0 - 
MTIOR ETC 

We Meet All Comoef'tion 

Putt 8 aii«tarni>- nr Yogr 
Uucet Pact 


SORDBY-ia lattag maraprr «f awr 
dear buabaed arvi lathar Leif 

Suadb* «t>a paggad aagy Dbom* 
Par n ItM 

Hig pl*aeaai aaitla aad hiadly 
vayt 

Alt a ploaaait la rKoU. 

Re had a ktn<llr aoid Inr egeb 
And died bal«*ed ay all 
W* ihmi of fcim in a.laacr 
*<a aaoe «as aa# a* aarp. 

Eu' araer a •ileal laar ia obad 
Wbap aibara are aolarp 
-Aiaaaa 't~'rbered by bia aifa 
Ediib and family 


rCMAUC 
HELP WANTED 


Limited 


TOP PRICES 

Cosh or Consiqn 
Free ApDrolsol 
No Obhqation 

Movnord's Auctioneers 
4 - 592 ! 55 th Yeor 4-1621 


K Auaua 4 Ca. U Torma tojaaa 

Tofuma CsK 

' Utuias”.«aiaa rapMBaaUUvt. Craa 
awr A WtaalwarK CanadlAb OTvtaua 


WINTERIZE 


WELL • HTABUBHBD VICTORIA 
tir« raauieaa a aaotkoaper la be 
•bia u handle fuU eai af baau 

and tenera' Bill # e ,■ »» prriaa 
fieiit nsliildn and • ’d ealatv »n 
rji.i ifiad aaraaB Ap?i» n »-ii”it 

■laitaa ora ore< aaa r«»ari»a.e 

rdaeaiwa. tall pi-crulau. at( u 
Via »ria Preaa ».i* kSSa 


CRYSTAL-CLEAR 
S 1 SALGLA 2 E 
36 ‘. $ 1.10 Yord 
42 . $1 30 Yard 
D'>?r insulotors. set $I 45 
Door thresholds, up 

$1 60 


PERSONALS 


ALCOUOIK'S ANURVMOUS 
Hart *aa a drintiac oiataaml ll 
yaa ne** a aiatert aoatr* m flop 
Srini r.a PlMsa I'Saik ae ari'a 

Ikii > 1 } 1 tirtana BC 


U FRICK FIRMS KSW BAY 
Banaiy Kbep pa. tJO Faeo-^ n 4 -J 4 44 

. X>MIRtUM 'irUBI.iO SAIAJR 

omitoam Mmai Ptana idUS 


BrpUM to prt>sts tou 
•BiobBrs msY otaly be sto- 
iRiord (rom Um lowourwo 
•nice 9 t Viotorts Ptms 
U d.. ml lAU Bread Street. 


Shavings 

2 Units — $10 00 

Immadiata Daiioary 


WILL GIVE RCK>U AXD BOARD 
■a jadT nat P*er M m ai'^rsapt* 
Inr Itfbt • baveak«rn ot du 


10 UI Sl.VESS PERSU.NAIii 


OTLKT In la*in« maaMi* af 
Jg k Rail '1 abn sa aad aag? 
De'emtMf ZK IflkS 
Sad:-, auaed by bii aile and 
fimil* 


EXPERT UBEIUNIRO LAROSCAF 
lag aad aoeairaecoa La«n aa*'i 4 i- 
laii Rocknurk tie Sa'kkr 2 US 9 


from 

GosLef-tvpe V'HvI weo 


Movcoclt Ooticol Ltd 

iJ 3 t iinmd al Jorji^im 4 :i 


WA.XTKD-A Ui.VtLY LADY MHO 


O.K; FUEL 
4-2452 


DOUCLAA fifi PLYWOOD 
®"^ClAL* 


WK APPRAIBS 

KILSHAW'S 

AUCTIONEERS 

1115 Fort St 4-6441 


kekWlbl ippreriale 


therprr 


All Wofprpi 


oor uiue 

an fki 

D GRADE Good 

ObkandeA I SW* I a'"** 

4 U 13:1 1 . 41 11 M«a Mil 

S- >1 n M 12 M 21 IT M 

MIA Mn ..IT >2 »l ai 

.UM »Tri l»*t »»M 

*r' ta u M Ik Ik »k I i M 

I If Trmt.= 5 'i f rm"**** M* 

nn n.-pnx<;d each 
- |« .41 -lU • landtd . >At 


• FL'NKRAL IltBEtTOKS 


aark aU Han Molli»<a 2-i>2I1 


SE SmiATIOXN WANTED- 


DOUai.Am- Bxa to Hm and Baa 


SANDS 

MoinvARY uvnro 

•MPMORlAl riiAPCL 

or naMcf 

VtCTOlUR BC 

«AND 5 

r VKRAL OIAPEL 
SUXVEY B.C. 


Di>u..«> M23 Oauila* bi 

inci BC al St jMCPbi 

ai s >.41 4 '^ ' rJ. lu.*T, I 

M i.Ki KwC.aM 


WEBB * SUN 

t-«U 1 Hapfihanr .t aamtint 
WUb'i Haas reiiiiva PlrM-oloea 
a'.fktoangnip Tbir<* aeart et- 
•anesca Wtctaria T'lae •( deaired 


ta-artni a •)• r*-' 
gmy Bn<*M Ait 
y'lr Large l* 
«p.l MwdeM mlci 


SIDNEY 

LUMBER 

Limited 

2333 Government Street 
P.ione 2-5187 2-5188 


100% FIR 
MILLWOOD 
FROM SOOKE 


MERRY CHRISTMAS 

Ta all a«r ruiiABtra 
PSrO JACK and KEN 

Stondord Furniture 
8 orqom Bosement 

Dnanitaira la SccUaid Bti'r 


EMBKHLEY i - Daa and Ma* * 


SINKS 

JEWELERS ilLV».KBMI iHS 
Jeaetra abd iii.i’agra iaiUxll* 
'exalted or made a»er a* Bull 
rraf'aiaaa All atieB rapginni 
dob* to abr tbop ind cuartn'aad 
roe am* reai Haarie a«e aaaaa 
rei'nuig >>tamnnd* and areniiija 
•tope yeaeir* told ea enaiirontcnt 
EaiiaMtaa gtadi* ct*ra «Uba«t ab- 
’iraiiap 

fas Vbiat Straet <- 4 X 1 


klS OP RiyiM* FAPlHfO FAIbT 
•PI bruMi ar au'a* iiue<-a ••ler 
prm»d Fioe taunaut l-liyi 
b Bmylb* 


RfRRiWI HAl»LrT) aWAV BASE- 
treni rleaned 4 f U aber S 

'JL'NK imillSM 
Rauled aag* l-*.M Ai.filto* 


McCALL BROS 


r LUHi'MAS OEi.'>iRAT(in 
imtini aptaxaa aaMrignclna 
-a* eatiipataa fime k-ilJI _ 


HUSOARlAN KEPOOES WANTS 
an* *'na rl wi.k k (MV 


I Ml «Tr ' oan'i-'l 
'• 4 |] xkl aanT**<i 
•. iai-»'(J- Mti- '.J* 


B«fD IX S'a-' an; 
MrTartb* MaUnat 


41 CA ililY 

Maiaarei 


liRBlKIS FAUa «ASHINO DEKl 
K'leheoa. Mlbroatoa eU il rear* 
itnarierra riioarak'> 2 i rxiima'-t 


SPECIAL 

3 V -2 cords ^ $29 00 
2 cords ...... $18 00 

1 1 'S cords .. $14 00 


oauriiiar. Louito Uai 


IIT PAIRTB CBtUNO AND WALLB 
•I avoragt roan" inil^idio* l* l 
painia Work g laraatead t*bta >2 


SEASON'S 

GREETINGS 

pnoM TUB MAbAUBMBKT 
AND STAFF 

Home Furniture Co. 

•21 FOHT PHONE 2 S'. <■ 


IF YOD-HAVS A MoRTOAOE UH 
aa ggreamaat «a vbica y»u ara 
taiMouni muatbly paymontt aui 
*(.utd ul* ta Ml) ynur equity <ar 
-mmadiato eoab. aaaiMl Eth Cbar 
Biaa. Npfthaeaiara Saaariuva af 
VtotATU LUI . *1741 Of a-a«T 4 . 


FOREST 

CEDAR 

SIDING 


FAPCKKANCNNO FAINTIRO 
At prim ydS roe afloid. «l* 
tail raliabte T Karkot l-kTIl 


b<a 10 Mr and Mn 
H > 1 ' W ed' cd. all ixi'i' - - ' 
R od. al 'fx Joaepfc. H • 

<ei IH- ll. LSSf a § n f.'*" 
A.an f loa 4 itaa A ta .'V. t e 
K> i> Timnba la Ur. H<x*ca and 
meiemoy aia/f 


MAHOGANY 


EMPIRE FUEL LTD 

ns PANDORA 4 VK. 9 


PMIUPPLNC. ROTAKY CIT 

' . - -- 1 1 >'i 

. -X- ' r- !•• 

. • . , II •*! 

i, 5 S 

Price Per Lineol Ft 

Ja 4 • 1 r.. r- HD. m« 

in V ’"inf F».i Odar 

“lln di:-.', 4« 1 * lo 

A*'<m I uml>er Co Ltd. 

210 Esquimolt Rd. 

Dpra lT«m M'T.da* la Sat<irda* 
la.-liedlng We''" 'i»T fiom t am 
•n ’t’ ft SI 

|.lk*l and 1 ^Itl a«eoiaia I 4 )T 4 


Ck DAV 10 BON FAINTIMO QUICK 
••r*i<* klO a ra-im aa 2 -ITTI 


PHOTTXIRAFHS 
SPICTAL CHRIffMAB OFFER 
12 kiT and I l«ia liamed k 21 kS 

masoN wnmio i S 23 i 

n)a nrFAiR servics 

Rtmadal Repatra Call DaM«ai 
Paul Ml Bearn Ori*i 1 -JMS 


INTWUOR EBTtRIliB FAIHTINO 
lr*e aatimai aa 1 -SSSa alley S 

1 ms -F A I rn NO obcor atino 
' lanerbaagtag aaJ» tepaiied 


I’.RI'Am RrHl'IUl -KF. ItiyRK 
Ftprit re xpr. xoii-nng ft* pr./iig 
nf w>n>>aa tumt'uie Whra 

i.r.; -s.'? ! • r... ,| 

-irv.^ n |., u* 

HAI.I i - ynP 4 Tk:ilFIKU> NX: pK 

4 VN* 


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WOOD — WOOD 
— FIR WOOD — 


A Western Red Cedar 
Soccioltv 

Mode in Victoria 


4 «UBB 4 LB-aOOO-Mr and Mra 
Pe;ar O'rard OubM.;. 4 *i 4 Cuao- 
tora A>r Vkteria aauaanra tha 
eu 4 <feaieui al ibair Mutbiei. 
Taeadwa Marta -Uo«i«> ta Mr 
jruui Kmaad Keenaift Oaao ova 
Id Mr aad Mra Jaba Hanld 
Ooga Jftl kUt SL Ntnataia BC 
Taa aeddlBf aiU w*a »**<•!• 
Baerad Heart CSmb. Lo*a BUL 
•A Jaatiar* 11 tW 


FKUYti yNnaAViNO 


MAP BRAND f:NOtA.NO-E ITNRBT 
r,.i(r..A 4 lual suaiuy. hneeal ertcoa. 
Plwta 41 IT 4 


PHOTO E.NUKAV 1 NO 


Half tong Imt and Coiar 
ograant — ’.'xmaie'^'ai Ark 
ISLAND EMORAVtftB 
Potabrrtka tdft »» <>• Daoglaa 
Phoaa I SUI 


TOI’R MATTRRSS nEBLll.T LIKR 
new at ■ amuint oavias. Uptaugiery 
leitoirt. Tlk anringa and cot^hra 
r*«<ui 1 t Allaa Maitreoa Ca Ltd., 
7714 wuidra at Uiiiude. ktCSi. 

CARPK 1 S AND I'PHOLBTERrD 
hirmiura rteaned den w thnl M ' -ur 
own buiTta ay in our Mant. kraa 
e 4 <unaiaa Carpotamink 1718 Wtatrf 
Mrm. J.?wn 


2 'y Cords Fir Blocks 
ond Slobs 

2 Cords 2 ', 3 * 

2 Ja Cords Thick 
Bork $ 1 ' 


YOUR OuliBCB-BREARIBU SUIT 
can M mada giagia-brtaaied Sea 
Mnmoa MM Q pwg.aa I'lSU 

CALL OS FOR A OOMFtrn 
aeerbasi W T»ur aaoMag maanine 
4 -M 2 I lartok ta Co ifg Fort Bl 

J COf'PKR. TAOAR. ' ALTKRA* 
Udto. repain EM Pori SL 2 -kEtt. 


Tba higb Stouiailnf 'rafue r< redar 
■a ar*«n god ih* *«'ra tv ‘-lef- » 
F'x*es leoar aiding -itglir* I* 
aix-.^iiit Irnfft Ifte 

TJitN 4 iart«lpi»'ii Kadort 
M!!a M->l Wime* l-V ' ig 

>uaT 4 i Cadar Sidins e:r~ 

CM SC and NBA. A.%«'ed 


11 .MO.M 7 ME.NTAL 


CLSARXNO 


Brrux)OEnto and 

road grading and ba^k'fUlint 
ngbt aiacbtiia lar a**f*_»ob 
JOHN D EIMIMOER Jl 
I'lakI Uaat k*yN 1 I 


MdRTIMBR-S MONOMENTAL 
Wort* Ud t» David S« Bn Ign 
Moouaenta. aarkara curMnsi 
bfonaa planuea marhia tranita aad 
awna to* flrtpiaret baiMiaa oae- 
ainirtioa aie l-kail 


R E COLBMA.N 
Plaitenns and aiiacru 3 9 CB _ 

plasteiuru. sn-xTa PAiNTiNa 

eemaniins Hamm<xt 4 JS 2 I 


•JLTMWEU. AND RENSOS 
bglidotlng drt«tog_^nJl •- 47 M 

BtCAVATlxa ROADS. STUMPS 
Land naartot laseri aor* k-JS»« 


1 PIKCP. CHRSTRRPIRI, D 
pkonad < 1 aRK'<bad. aanitlaed. ta *>aff 
h»*ne 113 Work guorantarit Am- 
hanadiN Roma Barvloa : SMl. 

Kf'R •nrB'HKJCT nrv i*» rsrn 

MoOEHN rVKNITt-RK SEE TMB 
ACMF FURNlTt.'KK SIS PANDORA. 

rur.Tai ' pni.r 5 fnNc ” RrpAJK& 
fur '•ion* raf’tatbJW Scaraalty Kmw 
Di Uwcovery binwt : «tx 


AKER- On Da* M. •* 

ifiiiiebca Veaurtoa ba) bau 
Spr.ng Ulaad. Jana lurmauH 
Ra«*t aged kS. irtoeeS wlfa of 
janri Uanard Boaar bars la 
Bf.’.iri tad a raaldeni ol 
V*..iMaa Bai for uiree >*•/•- 
Rf. .laa bar haooaad. al u'ltoe 
• nr lea*** ihrea »oa 4 . Paiat. at 
ho.. • Joart H «ub uw 
R 4 -AP g ^‘1 U OardOTi im 
Wa.naiigli’. gr*M- 

f e-i-v uirM alatort ard 

IO"i Mn'Jwra in iba USA 
Fu <r*. Ill OaAg** Cfuted 

ngr.n on l.iui.day. Dor M at 
pm.Hev (.' O MrKaniM Mfici- 
-mg ‘o ITMM Caae- 

>ry. Oaat*a Hayward a RC 


Orders Token for 
Planer Ends 


STEWART & 
HUDSON 


FOUC.STION 


FLI toSnaO AND RBATINQ 


TICTDRIA MONUMENT LIMITED 
*Tf«toaruto af Otattoatiab* 

JSkl OOUOIAB ST I'ASM 


STitruL < t.A^sy ;5 jx math 

Jl 4 > rNe>f 4 N 4 R» Aftrr > |- 


PITT & HOLT LTD 

J WCIHaM. Prbp 

jabir.g * 04 : r'S mnaiUMno* 
ne>* m-ai.'* «: ~*l ae'al aark 


BRITISH COLUMBIA 
FOREST PRODUCTS 
LTD 


STEWART MONUMENTAL WORKS 
L44 — to 4inrt Igkd 1401 

May St 4-14S2 


MFPAKI A.XYTHING A 
rtf<ian’na raftmat <*<<i 
t#**l|ed mrbad «ft ! 
H ar or r'«iia«L Jadu 


aiTUi 

uraiketo 

Pou ‘«1 .'hatt 
paiim 

PARPYTTP*! "repairs ALTPRA 
teeta. rx'‘'u Fair* 'iit ard rw 
rr'ftl H 1'ls‘J‘H I'4-- 

M.-MK HF.PAli’^ AM' AI.TPP V 
I n< fiepg gu' .-rt and caNar'i 
>1 \i*w)U »ms 

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Altersttneia eal. 48TM W K. Cliy. 

ACME DECORATORS SMALL RF. 
saiu itam. pitnarlag, aid J-kTTJ 


THF HfiME fP 
tinuc BUILDYRS 


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THE BARCLAYS 

DANCE SlUDtOS LTD 

qpt !* HAM to to M F M 

44 l FOHr riBCKT i-uei 


ftpettl 


BROWN'S THE FLORIST 

FlOWEMS FOR EVERT tiCX'ABIuN 
g|g VIEW STRIXT 
Fnaaa 4 -MI 2 4 -kSil niant « nil 


Qf.Aurv uiKO ruiumuKK 
f'itr£ healrrt f-«r le-x IU;iabld 
r .-•'iiHra 441 JahnooQ 


i.iaa b «3 f'ligim 


PURE lOO^o FIR 
SAWDUST 

Dim ta oar mti!* ninning der and 
tUkbt a« can buw aapol* foa atia 
immrdiaia d»li«*rlri 

Daa't Sa* fbeap Mlied Sawdtiol 
BE WLSS - BE «'ARM 

Buy Pure Fir Sawdust 

coo ORDERS ONLY 


Tiii> i.Ii'W 

MAY T'lr; ‘'-M 


C J McDowell 

PLUUBINO ta HE« UNO 
LiAnrEO 


Ml'SK Al. 
INSTBLME.NTS 


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U CRMITTKBIKS AND 
BLKIAI. PAKILH 


ACADEMY BALLROOM 
DANCING 

li:> DOCOIJVB k -1141 


ROAD 

GRAVEL 


M.OA'.bk!’- ' I AM* STAf>*‘»F 

Stewart & Hudson 

UMITEO 

m OOROB ROAD Y-llTl. S-Mlk 

Or'en All Da* Sat ird***. 

La '4 af Prat Fauind 


W 1 SELL WE mSTAU. 
WB tSRVILa 

Daasla* Btroat l-l 


GIBSON J 4 S 
SPANISH GUITAR 

ILaifvl tade — Jumtat gieg ■ AMn’xinl 
firuab C'enr""' *n raoe 

$163 

IIT i.’Wn 'atlan - ■ ^ Ik* 
pa> nteftlo. 


Royal Ook Bur*al Pork 

MUNIOtPAULT OWNKy 
Ploig and Cmnailan 
Pbnr.a •■1211 tar Pir.iculir* 
CANADA S FINEWT BURIAL PARK 


kXA.il>- At Ihr Veteiou R.*|>iUI aa 
Ueremrier ?4. ikBf Mr J.aefh 
k'.el aged »4 )*art. t>rn <n bikg 
lar.1 ai*l a taaidens .V Vn- n* I r 
lha Iian 4l yrora. late raaMlen a. 
iPt cowynan stroec Ha laa«a* lii 
• Mrt r.'nal r<a«d. at MHi.a. 
hi« um. AKrrd U. F >•! <d l'«l 
R.»t.>n X ad fiaaldaugmar Mit 
C H IUa*ek. ■< >aaai>r<(\ 

B r n»* a-arhlB-'t R'.rx-' Al.r^ 
F.-l al live LHC VannuM-r, 
b< eivl r>)t grea' g<andw*\ t.im 
4.^4.. M- I..*! »«■ a vr<Fian 
«e k.iii A'«ld W’ai arut 
brr . a^etaird Wiih irluinod -.el' 
*( >■>< .itgataMi. aa Pa many 

> — a) taf«i(*a aijl he ha<.| al 
C‘i ■ ■ • ••‘todrai ntt sa'Ui lay 

i«- >fti« < ,-x ! ikT *i I ai y in rte« 
R .. II II «<- • atitiaiing loiarinani 
in lt..>ai iwv • itfial Park. 


CABINITR AlTBRAnONB NO 
Jab laa atnaO. S Laareaaa 4-ST . 


BALLAM & RAWLINGS 

FLOMBINO AND HBATfNO 
Ob Buraart Aokitonert Bina Osll 
'RBLIARLE FLUMBERS*- 
2dk1 Daugla* at KlJliida a-lktl 


nLETirS BCnOOL op DANCTNO 
Fa'iet UD baiAi) twtrlii.g eiby 
rU't Tik Brnugbran Rat. 1 - 41*1 


DHILLON FUEL CO 


Use our hord-DOckmq 
rood orovcl to preoore 
roods ond dnvewovs for 
winter conditions, 5 vds 
delivered only $3 75 


u .v\M)iM-c.Mf:vr» 


DRY FIR WOOD 


THE Cr.M FI.<tH and CHIP CAPE, 
klj HornUMdl nt tw>W in 91 Inaerb • 
Hiai.i'al ar-r-'-jT** We aid M 
■ tund f x f' rie'nvaa and New Year* 

*.,!•*»*• |f . 1:1 l*-r ;i Rj*i.:x-. ign 

S Wr «un ait lOtr laimrm a naM'v 
CMinwa* an<l a (toioiiafeeaa .N;v 
Yeai Have 1 iV fan lotka lee 
y.iu Jan 1 

k-l.-II 4 CS 4 


lra.de I'f b.-K 4 t *.i 4 Ki'.* ba 

a.*ta. i; .riieti. rui Ir.m .li.’a 

SVi-iflaa fir l->c< Th'« a.vwi 
guaran'rfd re*»r In «•'•? and 
tea.'* fir i*nmedia<e w.* 

2 Cords Only $10 

Pof ImmaJuie Deiitart Phnn 

SOOKE FUEL CO 

3 . 2:11 


Now 3 stores to serve you 


G E COOPER 

Plunbmc *'d heatme R'oalra. 
raneaaU. stetnnt *e-*ite 2 TUt 


A MERRY 
CHRISTMAS 
TO ALL' 


KIRK COAL 


FARMl.R CONETnUCnriN, I 

C >nef*‘* a Yh arwar* and 
KwiiMiea ay aptaaMinert 
4 « 1 L 

BAKKR RfU« CEMENT 
Iroet'^aa u-o 4 k tonu aad 1 
SllrA 

itaiH.'«Rk swy.».ri.vu 


WARD'S MUSIC LTD. 

413 W HAXTING& VANfYll.’VFJI 

Mil iu.Ni:<nvAy burnabt 

031 II ROAD STREET. VlCTORita 


OtTMtaoi to Canadun UtoLenra 
ftoaoirrea uR 


For too • dressing use 
screened rood grovel 
with oil larger rocks re- 
moved 5 vds . delivered 
only SH 24 


T A HARVEY LlD 

PUIMBIN'I ta MkACLNO 
Rai>aira--Kaa««a.* Fmaai s*r*iaa 
> BITS 


MrLEClO RiVkH HAHil 


ton to Taa 
RM«> IU.I 0 
to 4 ou ii: V 
lialk kT«l 

Eli Ik iiUd 


UiKJU toM.K.A AW PRirNDR 

• I--, aheie r.. r dinner* 

IMS JIALNi&D thXllCSHOF 
kak Purl Birfri ; 1*23 


CROWE 
GONNASON 
CO. LTD. 

3-7141 2324 Gov't St 


special wood sale 

ONE WEEK ONLY 

N* I Onnaii* (tr waod II tnrh 
toad for aloea and funtaca I'a 

cord* .glktS 

Immedlala 0*11**** 

Fhon* 1 1*14 MkTI 

Island Fuel Suoolv Co. 


I kg — 

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toU'jX OHIHLB . 
L-.'VAC »Lit.NAUB 
UI.K.NU . . 

SruKLK OLENU . 


ta-'/rm OAK BAY PROMPT 
rhimnnr oamc* BnnfiBg rrpaira 


» A WILXINStTH F 1 UM 8 INO 
Mr*ic* Ne* aotk r*D*'r* P»** 

oattmaia* 14*6 M*rtM SI 1 1713 

KMPl^E PLOM 81 NO AND HIAf- 
lag _Ca«tr*cU 2 -kllk TM King* 

■OairiNO' 4 SD ISai lAtlUN 


ff m 

lit. '.an. Iiam I 

Ac'irdlrna tram -- I 

Mj;:.- SiAndt tram .. 

Tairiing Batont fram . 

IlirataatirBa. Iran 

(i:.nrft* frnm _ I 

Uaraca* frva 

Fluiepbnna* . 

We rgrry Uii larreet a'orh 
•<*ndanl ong papular maaM 
lb* lalaiid 

Western Music Co.. L 

Virlnna Braarh 
Ug Pert 9 - 


MR A.M) Mils J rOCKINl) 
brme Irem hnii'i'tl *.*a lu rt- 
lend traiaa a gten um ta *'l tbrir 
Iri'Bdi 


Oulck Delivery 
Courteous Drivers 


0 \l imf I * 1*1 In-.rfT’rfT 23 l> 47 . 

M .il JuaepA * H-mw'aL f**i> 1 '*'' 
ri . ag*.| fb irMi* to He NWIkara 

frert a reoiiem hrre oirae iMh 
I I.i d AiIjoitu. He Have* fut 
w ,'jin |.*r dAiif.'rra Mr* R 
f CaronA iB)ii*i* to ^tn Fran- 
et*. > aiif Ml* 11 Vretran 
l|eir>*ih)i m lathal' hevwan Mr* 

f. ;.i-.fi*enrt i.Vviftoy' #' h-*ie and 
IMi* L H. U*gsn 'Iran*, to Vx- 
l.iri* 1*0 eon., Har dd to V'--'-*ia 

g. :ge to .-*» I'-s' 

eieyen grandchildren ■ ot'ei 

Oh- e* 

> .;•• is: *rm.. -a r r 
I." Il-aal Fuf*eral l'-“ 
n'..i l«\ Derrffiier > al 


HOME REPAIRS AND 
IMPROVEMENTS 

Raaemrni tod a'ltr rtowna form, 
rarosea And addilmna 
ha Uvwa Payrneni 4 limir;ly payment 
Plnn-Btoli IJunrameed 
rraa Kaifenaim-h» ObUcalMm 

Cottcfoll & Simpson 

PtaHto 34 S 1 Ptadto 3 sas 


IS coMi.Nd s;vc.>ra 


Butler Brothers 
Supplies Ltd 

- 691 ) Kcot. 261 


rr** UrilveTY Wit.dn 4 Mua Cit*-ia 

PICK UP OMI. AT YARD OR 
IN PAPER BAU 4 
Ot-en • am. •« a r< nv 
MN'daya O to# I u >n 


BINOO TONIOMT • OTLOTK 
Jama* na* ■ .-ii*. I'.i'n A*uKiatian 
Phut ana u*ii** Rn*d 
Ik tamr* tar 2 V t>i -aab and 
lertwt eame« ^ 2)13 

NEW YEAR S EVE rfUTLlC, DA.M ■ 
tag • ifm ) t f*i F*« ira. rafreoh- 
fpenta ear f 7 ear* ii* SnatcMov. 


Porker, Johnston Ltd. 
lit* BROAD riRsn k-iin 
Raafing — laa'jiati'in *1 ru aar* 
RCSi 0 *«r *• «*art n 'tiMcifd 
■.tft»M*n>'i la aland iht TWIT 


"A MERRY 
CHRISTMAS' 


SEASON'S 

GREETINGS 


YICTORIA ROOFI*»«l AMD 
INBULArioN I’lMPANY 
•13 PORT k- 3 lJt. IMNlXilS 4 *»lk 
ROoPlian NtDINO iNSUt.AnON 




Ronold Hookins Fuels 

P- " 1 . 3 «T»a lie- n. Si.M 
FoJi Depandabi* S-t«ir* 


n ULH- 1 l.tor DANCE IJtXK HIU. 
1 . ft>; eitfv Sal’irJat nirhi Cn* 
tn .V h..<r. 2 .l >‘:3 T 3 k 43 

a« Year a h«* tuKaia 


n-OOR (It g 


All Best 
Wishes For 
A Real 
Merry 
Christmas 


' .Vi ra «• . 

r... -hxir m**ir !*' 

'.(:*■ an '< 

TT''* and * na« 

al-b nrf**. 

happina . . 

Till MA\*c»y.MgNT 
AM) hTAFF 


CbaiM *1 hoaaadiuonaa Piaaa* Saa 

DAVID STARK 

at 

MAYNARDS 

l.gTai-Sktb Year 


OL'TTER AtD IKiWNFIPE 
UEPAIRB AS'D I LBAHki) 

3-3915 

SHKtt toETAt 

Kto DOUGLAS « 

ROOPI.no siding INtOl.ATIOIi 
Raof ADd Outiat RasAira 
C^rTAL riTY ROOPINO 

twii OAR_ BAY _ 

OUTTBRB and OOWNPIPEB OUK 
•S*<l*ltr etoaaad m 
eioM aorkmanablD laadaarT* 
prlrof. call J-S 2 IS tor Do# *au- 


Former Construction 
Roban iM:.i loktl Prto*i|N Sttvtea 


SPECIAL 
Victory Lump 


lni'.-n>mi in ftA>al imk Bu ui 


Gotot »e«-l n»**T i)»*n in «*-i 

• tier 2 tTfii* Hr aand ifA Fi" o 
ua-tiland mitl* 

Victoria Dnuolns Fuel 

13 Id f>i*amfienl A fatp-rto *dVI* 


• I »iv..ind'»i 


20 I/YH 1 Slid rol'NU 


OAkt(tLK~Ai the V* Rna- 

p<i*i .<a Deaamba* 2 )rd l»ST Mi 
Waller Gainaie aged *4 *e*rf. 
hnrri in No*a Beotia *ag a i<it- 
deni at VMiaria tor the net il 

I atro. laio raoMenaa. Y 3*4 Pnar 
<utx n* lea*a* hu «ite EiheL 
at home daagbwc* lira Norma 
Tnmpkina Glea Lak*. S C, and 
Mr* Oardno Or* Prankford. On* 
tart" oeaia. R D. MrOregar la 
California and O McOregar, ta 
Rea Xaalaad bla aaphamt. Patar 
Oambia, Viriaria. BC. Traraon 
Gambia, Vorboa. BC. Weadail 
OamM*. Hi Baalaiehevaii and 
Pearly Oainbl*. In Na*a Saatla. 
Funeral »*r«ie*« vlli b* held at 
tha oende M-‘r"i*r* LimlWd Me 
nariai ChAptl of Chime* ' an Pri- 
4 « Dee*mb ' r 7 'h IH 3 at ll M> 
a m Fade* Dmiata* Kradall off)' 
aia-.ing Cremation 


Woodland Construction 

Mom** Ptoiw >'iMnetog 1 7 *U 


Victory £' 


Lom BOYS BLUB BALttnK Bl- 
ri 1 - a diawiet ot Plooa Tbat’ia 
Ureenlif needed (or oajer tn.iie 
3 Ulk. 

S CHIU 'HEN WOULD APPRpn. 
ala return to new i«*k«'n*U ki*l 
ai'tMe tun TytkIaIL taiMlay Wlgku- 
man 3 2113 


ISLAND BUILDING 
SUPPLY COMPANY 


o.Lautr saowH 

Qenaral caeiraeiar 
Soacuatini in 
UABONHT CONSniK^OR 
PbOA* OfflM' a-SJ 33 . HoOT 3-1 


Movnord's Auctioneers 

PAY TOP FHfCBB 
POR P 3 AN 08 
ItoNtl-kitta Toae 


Aaelnn is la k< 
bightr sricad coaia 


PRESTO-LOGS 


■~AR PICK-UP SKRVICB FOR 
AMAU. OllAN-mtKN OF COAL 
AND riRtaOUB AVAILABLE 4 T 
OfTR YARD ON ALPHA ST 
iBatvtas OaugUa asd •timi 3 d*i 


BULL • OUBfNU BACK FILL) NO 
loading. baiUbg road bui.dint. 
Miung lou dn*ea**a blnak- 
••boiu los M*U. fUl btad •«*** 
OK TRUCKINO CO - 


The Moore- 
Whittington 
Lumber Co. 
Ltd. 


lObT HTM’HRNTER n:.MP UVN. 
m>toal 13 . in winiir to cmrtchaA 
Bay. Reward Fbtow Y 3 l 3 k 


HKlirTlMaH AND NOlUmBlMink 
aiaoog aa* aad SMS. f*r oalr ar 

rtnl Bba*room at iniS Doatlar Be 
aSDointmaet )-SMg aa* S«* or an* 
evaniDf TYanaaartatlnn orvrldaa. 
EieNtil** agoau nrlehae Brma. 
Lid 'Waiur natahar > 


PLANER ENOS 

CAMERON ACTIVE FUELJ LTD 
3-3121 331 Cormorant Bl l-k.ai 


RU jme' IMA* ES- HA^ ST Lff 
m*y rtoaart T^a Pr***1S* 
mt Dnsrvie* WUb ^ Cadar CraN 
*d* IJS Ktama Mm 


FENCING FOR LESS 

•ta eoirpteta i:Vta-n*«ien 
OOMBUlATKiM BTuMM OOORB 


HARKNETT FUEL LTD 

333 Fandir* A*a 1-76*3 


ORF.Y PnrniE nUt.M'iNT 
Revaito kJk rn-aw « 4TM to 


LOBT FRiniT AnCRNOON. 
ilaMet ail rainr r»a» ttoMa 


BONE DRY KINDLING 

i'« Catdi Ilk 3 Cnrd* nk 4 -lTkk 


n.ICTRONIC GROAN FOR BAIA- 
Taa loll ak'Mlr manaala U-ontS 
sealalb-iard peicuoaion effocta tn< 
> i;nine f>ar(.«i'ho*it raltar eibra- 
■larp and man* eiberi Hi-Fl ‘.ana 
ri in<b ton'erl ****(•' ll.lis M 
■*•*8 PVTnetii Fn<MM l-tMl 


M-L-i:; R'»-a Vtol.-.rl 

Ma -'I.' to-eeiP* Senn 
•n.. Furra'* B'-ito Ler-nii** 
< 1 - 4 U*i* haa* ktndllBt. Frra'a* 
• ’in .ir.!*** 

Mi«b »«5 gra.t* Fimoce Oil 
tlK'HARn HALL * SU.NS 
3 *g FORT NT PHONE 4 1431 


LOBT CAT WHITE WrTH OHEY 
Ruaatll S' CFL 4.«14 


Sewer or>d Septic Tonk 
Service 

Ve -avar tha entire •.a«S M''>'*arn 
•• uum motia E-eciru 

ftata-Haoier' r*»)e r >ar< aeaera 
ad dratna An* da* •n* naar 
rieinria 4 -«iai Ftraivila ns 


JtHKRAL RgFMRS 
a«ra aaitar* Natnia 
ftAymeni* M>enaal 
4 ..IM after g » ta 


lar -i** e- a a ' .1 t’ It-Tn'iraeJf 

«fe'n*'tirip>i<ne > 

12 x 20 * GARAGE 
Complete, $146 50 

Soomch Lumber Yards 

rmn ALL DAY BATUROAT 
mi OaMlaa Btroat k->«f 


LNDK.V TU WANT AU llkuAULMiS 

ClaMitirai) - Ctatoilnaii.e', a*a«nnA*i ei 

N N.a Nu. 

tut ■«•* < a and Auta | M.msBaa umna ui 

tamed IM ttoniad . . . LBf PoatueMW It 

t-mmia _ 14 yb-riota i 2 rr.-'**«»-Rai Vrvmi J 3 

aart and naoi ID ttaraetai i,aaM i«. 

a ^ US runeial* ... * Peia IS 

1 runeraf iXrortara . is t'n.taatty Aamed JA 

W Malta Mitoo* and > 3 x 4 * 0 * Mr Sam 184 

Bl uiriM* « MOM . UT i(.a*n and M>arS 19 

I H-eett US Ktoana h> Kent . izi 

H uiahiiBtaig H.aena Woriod U 3 

Kiajm* hi Rmd UB Snuataam Waf*a 4 
ihaaaMiaaatns H i— MaM _ 9 

WoMod ..... US »i.aa>ew WatooA. 

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Sincere 

Scoson's Greetinqi 

FTo« 

MAHAOKMBNT »nd VTAFP 

WILLSHIRE ROOFING & 
STEEL CO. LTD. 

iMt Oo*«nia«in ti. FboM ]>MJt 


S. L JEWKES 

tractor service 

NBw Drrcii mooCT 

SirKere Good Wishes 
♦or the Seoson 

Mm oo w e*T 7'|! 


Heortv Grectinqs 

Aa« 

All Best Wishes 


PUORtNCl. RALPH AMO ITATP 
Proa 

Moore’s Beouty Porlor 
orKJ Borber Shop 

•XTTND aiABOM S ORRTlNOe 


(IRCmNOe AND 
COMPLIUCKTS OF THB 6KAAOH 
TO OUR PRIBMDR AND 
CUSTOMSRR FROM 
BBN BtlX. •COTTTB aod HAROLD 


WiRKINO AU. 

THI COMPLIMBKT* OP TfIB 
•tARON 

F A 4 WtLLOCK A SOM 

Cedar Hill Service 


Compliments 
of the Seoson 


Compliments of the 
Seoson 

proa 


VERIBEST BAKERY 


FRED'S ESSO SERVICE 


Former Construction Ltd 


LATURNUS TV 


THE HORSESHOE NEWS 


DUNN ELECTRIC LTD 


OaufiAt 


SI40 C>d»t Kill 


«A0 BMuiakli RoA4 


OUR VCRT RUrr WUHRR FOR 
CKRIMTMAS 

AND HAPFlNBRS THROUGHOUT 
THB NZW YXAR 

SHAWNIGAN LUMBER 
YARDS 

20M ao«»rna«nt S-7M1 


■IMCBRK eCASON B ORBITINOe 
AND BRtrr WIBHBB FOR 
THB Srw YBAR 


•INCBNB BBABONB ORBBTlNOe 
TO OUR FRIENDS AND 
CUtTOURRS 
Pioa 

JRAN MACK AND ITAPP 

JEANNE R HARPER METHOD 
BEAUTY RALON 

2t4i E4l4«lio )-llM 


Sincere 

Season’s Greetinqs 

Prna 

manaoeaient and BTAPP 


Sincere 

Season's Greetinqs 

Fran 

PETER AVO RTAFF 

or 

PETER'S SALON 

1)34 BumBirR )• 


Compliments 
Of the Seoson 

TO AU. OUR PATRONS 

Oak Bov Chimnev Sweep 

3«40 AAdullb 4-M01 


A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND 
BAPPT NEW YEAR TO THE 
PATRONS OP 

Gorqe Vole Borber Shop 

ARNOLD TCEEA. PROPRtr^>R 
16M Timeua I'aTIJ 


Compliments of the 
Seoson 

P>«n 

FERNY'S AUTO BODY 
SHOP 

CUSTOM aOOY WORK 

saai o«uciA4 1.4)3 


WlPHINO ONS AND AU 
PEACE KAFPINBSR 
HEALTH AND PRONPERITY 


McKAY-CORMACK 

LTD 

SHIPYARD AND ENOINEERINO 
WORKS 

US KWition B(r*«l lOUl 


REG NAIRNE 

■S(4mP4 Mr Colkr'Aiii 

Rni Rrpufb'oo si . Rooa 3 

)-4»)l 


Centrql Pork Grocery 

113411 OutdrA 4 fli 


WISHINO 

QOOO HEALTH HAPPINESS 
Afid 

PR06PER1TY 

COLOR CRAFT 
Decorotors 

PRANK V TAYLOR MOR 
1040 MrClur* 4-13 


TO ALL MY CUBTOMBRS 
SINCERE EBARONB OREBTINOS 


WnRINO ALL MY FRIENDS 
Aim 

CUBTOMBRS 

A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON 
TEACUP REAOINO ~ CARDS 

Madome Nello 
MAYFAIR CAFE 

I P M TO I P M 
Idtl Br«44 S'r#«( •1-1K4S 


OUR VERT BEST WISHES 
P«r t 

• HAPPY PEETIVB SEASON 

pT«a 

MISR OIBSARD AND STAFF 

Bobette Beauty Solon 

I03t OeU4lt4 4 411 


Scoson's Greetinqs 
To All 

" proa 

Peterson Electricol 
Construction Co. Ltd 

3300 Oeutlu 1-4 


WISHINO ALL 

•OOO HEALTH HAPPINESS AND 
PROSPERITY 
prom 

Deiqhton's Service 
Stotion 

71) Ci)*d«4ilA 1-M43 


Compliments of the 
Season 

From (h* 

MANAGEMENT AND STAFF 

GOLDEN SHEAF 

• Fotffl*rl* Oold«o LoRfi 

7)0 Pori J • 


ORIETINOS AND BIST WlSmS 
POR YOUR HAPPINESS DURING 
THE HOLIDAYS 


Compliments of the 
Seoion 


Proa 


HOLLYWOOD BARBER 
SHOP 

1730 LlillAB 1 1701 


fhorcutene Froncoise 

S#r*tn( Your T«i>i« With DtllcsciM 
Throutbowi <nt Y**r 
UU Doucl4« PbOM )-1803 


Shurfine Enterprises Ltd 

Q^nrrM wonAvorKort 
■uHdtni OMurador* 

)43 044 Harold 1-1341 


MAY THIS PXSnVf SEASON 
BRING YOU 
EVERY KNOWN JOY 
MANAGEMENT AND STAFF 

MEADWELL'S 
RADIO & ELECTRIC 

3MI Oouilaa ).tl 


Sincere 

Season’s Greetinqs 

Proa 

SMITH. DAVIDSON & 
LECKY LTD. 

I« Y*i«a 1.71M 


SINCERE SEASON 8 ORBEnNOS 
And 

BEST WISHER TO ALL 
Fl<*B 

W TRACE 

Camtsi Rawart Ror« B)mud|. 
SartJe Titvli* 

)«ia Donraiiar Ph-ma 1 )M4 


COMPLIMENTS OP TTIC SEASOW 


A Hoppy Holidov Season 

prow 

DON SUTHERLAND 

CROSS PHARMACY 

PrmrU'iinni 
Praa DalivtrF 

IMl Douilta 4*mi 


Compliments of the 
Season 

proa 

UANAnXMENT AND STAFF 

Elk Loke B A Service 

14 HOUR TOWINO 

S4M Pat Ban Hitb«ar •-4U 


Compliments 
of the Season 
J. A Pollord Construction 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
3«10 Roek Bar 4-I7U 


SEASONS ORUmNaS TO ALL 
OUR CUSTOMERS 
FROM YOUR FRIENDLY 
TEXACO STATION 

CROSS ROAD 
SERVICE STATION 

Ed Kfliar Prep 

IMS Cadar Riii Q-^4rM4 7 IS33 


FROM THB 

STAFF AND MANAOEMENT 


(roa 


BILL MEADOWS 
EXCAVATING 

40S« OLANPORO I 


CORONATION MOTORS 

397S Douflai ftraat )-403J 

COMPLIMENTS OP THE SEASON 


Seoson's Greetinqs 

And 

BBWr WISHV 
POR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 

ROCKGA5 
PROPANE LTD 

■VICTORIA OIVtMOM 

DtS D««illt4 Fbaaa 1-1 '.M 


SEASON'S ORBmHGS 
WITH THANKS TO AU 
OUR FRIENDS 


Sincere Greetinqs 


Heortiest 

Seoson’s Greetinqs 

PROM AU OP US 


SEASONS OREEriNGS 
TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS 
AND FRIENDS 

■ Yaur B A Dralir (ar Fairltald' 

Hollywood Pork Service 

Dfra MrLallan Prop 
dot Fairliald l-llll 


Heortiest 

Seoson's Greetinqs 


Proa 


SUSSEX 

BEAUTY SALON 

7M BrouihioA 


OUEEN ALEXANDRA 
SOLARIUM 


DELTA ELECTRIC 


Hondv Messenger Service 

lid Jdbnaon J.)d)4 


Seoson's Greetinqs 

Ftooi 

tea caddy 

On (ba Baacfi at Cadbor* Bar 
DRIVE IN AND OIHINO ROOM 
SPECIAL HOUDAT ATTRACTIONS 
3441 Binclalr Road 7>33»1 


Seoson's Greetinqs 

Fnai 

MODERN BEAUTY 
SALON 

Nr« radiaitrr b* hair tiBiioc i*ar» 
aaaani iiwr ■■»«»( and duttor'iap 
bair atrllni lar a >o«aliar rou 
M07 OMwonb Rd * 174S 

Cornar Cadar Mil Rd 


Compliments of the 
Seoson 

J P FRAMPTON LTD 

IM Ootdoa Siraai 1 ||] 


WISHINO YOU SEARON S 
OREETINGS AND 
A HAPPY NEW YEAR 

HPON PRODUr^ OP CANADA 
LTD 

SEABOARD ADVERTTSINO CO 
I TO 


OUR VERY BEST WIBKM 
TO AU 

DURtNO THE HOLIDAY SEASON 
AND POR THB COMINO YEAR 


SINCERE SEASONS OREmNOS 
AND SSffr WISHES 
POR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 

SHAW SHEET METAL 

1740 Raui Eai Airoua I 1143 


ISLAND TRADING CO 

im Ovrtmnani strm I 1»| 


Seoson's Greetinqs 

PlOOl 

CLEAR VIEW BAKERY 

117 Pan 3-1314 


Greetinqs 

P)om 

GEM FISH AND CHIP 
CAFE 

WE SPtCIALIZP IN TAKE OUT 
ORDERS 

•11 Nufflheldl 1.4311 


A HAPPY nOUDAY SPJtAOM 
BEST WIBHSR TO AU 
Prom 

MANAOEMENT AND STAPF 

UPLANDS GARAGE 
AND MOTOR CO 

SEE US PGR SNOW TIRES 
IMii C4db»r« Rar 3-4 


MAT THE HOUOAY 8SA80N 
BRING YOU TRUE JOY 
Proa 

Holidov Court Motel 

ULTRA MODERN 
Natr Pountaip Circia 
741 HilUlda l-ldi 


WIJWINO YOU THE 
SEASON S BEST 

Pocific Sheet Metal 
Works Ltd 

IWH Yaiai Straat ].] 


PRESS COFFEE SHOP 

Naar ih* Roundaboiji 

A Baal Good Pkaa* W Eai 
M50 DduilM Phnna l*|d| 


CAMPBELL’S BAKERY 

1147-8 Guadrb I ])] 


TO OUR MANY FRIENDS 
AND CUSTOMERS 
SINCERE SEASON S ORCmNOB 

From 

F OOLUNS and C COLUNS 

COLLINS' LOW COST 

II Sitncoa siraat 4-M32 


Compliments of the 
Season 

Ftna 

LORNA SUROENOe 

Stewart's Hqirdressinq 

HAIR-CUTTING SPECIALIST 
•4d Fart 1 47' 


Seoson's Greetings 

From 

J W Birtwistle 
Plumbing & Heotmq Ltd 

1101 Narih Part 1.41(1 


BEST WTKHIS FOR A 
HAPPY HOLIDAY REASON 
And 

PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 


SINCERE ORBimNOB AND 
BIST WUHSS TO AU 


C. & C. TAX! SERVICE 
Ltd 

IM Oavarnnatit Siraat 1-1041 


M H BARRY 

3-S4II Graeariai Mra<« 3.1133 

|7M Fart and Ru-hannd 


KING'S HOTEL 


Heortv Greetinqs 

Ana 

AU BEST WISHES 
Fraa 

POINT HOPE 
SHIPYARDS LTD 

131 Karbaur Road 


Seoson's Greetir 
To Everyone 


Season's Greetings 

proa 

Power Mower Soles end 
Service 

Fnr Mnaar and Uoaar Sarvica 
111 HuabaVli Fhaaa 1 l)i| 


Mr ond Mrs J. Gibbs 

THANK AU THEIR CUrTOMERS 
FOR THKIR FATRONAOB 
And 

KXTBND season S ORRBTINnE 

Amitv Grocery Store 

SMtba Road and Kalir l 3HI 


ORBETtNOS AND ESST WISHES 
PGR HAPPINESS FROM 

Devonshire Grocery & 
Confectionery 

LA.NOFORD • )ltl 


WE WISH TO THANK OUR MANY 
CUSTOMERS WHOM WE HAVB 
SERVED IN THB FAST YEAR 
SEASON S ORErrtNOS AND 
A FRORFBROUB NEW YEAR 


Sincere 

Seoson’s Greetinqs* 

From 

MANAOEMENT AND STAPF V 

TRANS-CANADA AUTO 
SERVICE 

Saa Ua far Yaur Oar Aeaaannriaa 
m Burnaidt 1-1311 


Seoson's Greetinqs 

proa 

HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY 
SALON 

SaariaiKinf n parmanani W4<a« 
117 PaG S-A4tl 


Best Wishes oncf 
Greetinqs to All 

Prnm 

BURNSIDE FISH & 
CHIPS 

91 Burntidr Rd W 3- 


M & M Floor Company 
Ltd 


Sincere 

Seoson’s Greetings 

VARIETY WOOD 
PRODUCTS 

If l> « Mad* Piaa Wood 
Wa Can Mala It 
111 Kini4’aa III 4 


May Chris! ma.s cheer light up your home 
and make all the days of your New Year as 
glowingly bright as the sparkling lights on 
your tree on this happiest of all holidays. 


KILSHAWS 

AUCTIONEERS 

nil Pen Airaal Phaaa 


WE SEND TO EVERT CUHTOMIIR 
AND PRIBND 

BfNCtRS SEASON S ORCmNOS 
phana 4 nadl Phona l-ldl) 


Seoson's Greetings 

TO ALL OUR CUirroMERR IN 
THE HAULTAIN-OAKLANDS 
DISTRICT 

HAULTAIN RADIO 
ELECTRONICS 

1443 Ntulltln 3 1114 


TO ONE AND AU 

Seoson's Greetings 

ATHERTON'S 

pharmacy 

Piairfipuana a Sc^'ialir 
INM Q'lidra 3-J 


Hearty Greetinqs 

Praa 

DUTCH BAKERY 
AND COFFEE SHOP 

111 Part l.|i 


Seoson's Greetings 

Prnm 

Lake Hill Food Market 

A Cnmpl*'a t ma el Fra*h Maw and 
Vrta<ablr« 

P»»* Hem* Dai*rr» 

)•«• Quadra Fhnna 1-31?) 


Complimenls of the 
Seoson 

TO AU OUR f 1IPTOMERS 
AND PRirNDS 
Prnm 

Gonioles Pharmoev 

114) FaifUald Rnafl 4-«- 


CTlMPnMFNTS OF THP SrABON 
TO AU OUR PRieSDS 

AND cuPrnurRS 


REED'S SAW REPAIR 


WISHING ALL 

COMFLIMFNTS OF THE SEASON 


Heortv Scoson’s Greetings 


Seoson's Greetinqs 

From 

FENSHAM ELECTRIC 

Wbn «»yt 

Fnrcai roar ranceat bacauaa jau 
«ani cat anakad daaiinc «ltb va 
Mil Admirala Road 4.IM7 


Seoson’s Greetings 

AND MANY THANKS TO AU. OUB 
FRIENDS AND CURTOMERS 
FOR THEIR PATRONAGE 


Season's Greetinqs 

Frr»m 

K R ALEXANDER 

CHIMNEY SERVICE 
EXPERT CLEANINO 
EVERY JOB OUARANTBEO 

))M Oak Bliiat SaanKb I-Slll 


Conk and Vlaa S'raaia 


Our Very Best Wishes 
To All 

DURING THE HOUDAY SEAS<>N 
AND FOR THB COMINO YEAR 

STRATHCONA 
BOWLING ALLEYS 

Til CTMrtnat straat l-llll 


COMPIJMBNTS OF THB SEA.NON 

THE COCK PHEASANT 

)3|.t W Baanirb Raad a.Hi«| 

LUNCHEON . - • TEAS 

BUFFETH AND SUPPER BY 
ARRANOEMKNT 
UNUSUAL OIPT8 


Howe & Wilson 
Construction Ltd 

t Dauflaa 4-1740 


Hovword's Ltd B C 
Funerol Co. 

714 RrnuibtAn 3- 


WISHING ORB AND ALL 
eOMFLIMSHTB OF THE SEASON 


Compliments of the 
Seoson 


J. & J TRANSFER & 
STORAGE LTD 

3M7 Cwak Straai 4-71 


•urnside Pharmacy 

M Burmtda W 1-' 


Compliments 
of the Seoson 

Frrim 

THE GREEN SPOT 

Opas II Ult MIdfliaht 
<riB4ad All Da* Tuaadayi 
Dalitary 

(aland Hi«b«4v 1 


Tnonqte Service Stotion 

3)AI Onutlaa St 4-)13( 


Seoson's Greetinqs 
And Thonks 

TO OUR FRIENDS AND 
CUSTOMERS 

Ferridov's Tronsfer ond 
Storoqe 

3434 Rc«rk B»t Atanut t-tltl 


WE EXTEND TO > AU OUR 
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS 
HEARTY SEASON S OREmNOS 

Greqa's 

Window Cleoners 

•44 S«4n Siraat 4 t03 


Season's Greetings 

TO ALL MY STUDCtm 
AND FRIENDS 

FLORENCE CLOUGH 
DANCE STUDIOS 

731 Port S'laat 1 37 


Greetings 
To All 


Greetinqs 

Frnm 

DEAN'S FLORIST 

13M Doui'.at Straat 4-4111 

CUT FLOWERS . POT PLANTS 
W EDO! NOB 

PUNERAL8 

OESIONINO 

PLOWSRS At WAYS PLEASE 

Ma* «<>u hara ift* fladn*** at 
Cbri-'maa «hUb i» bopa 
7?ia •9im of cbriaimaa vhirn u 

‘4'a 

TTva h»arr af Chriitmaa vnirh la 

l.tta 

Ma* 'na*a brini tmi (raaiar (iramiaa 
in Iba na« *aai 

Persian Arts ond Crofts 


A Hodov 
Holidov Season 

IS THE WISH OP 

OAK BAY LOCKERS 

a 

3IM4 Oaa Sa* A»a 4-1411 -4 IJ3I 


Compliments of the 
Season 


A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON AND 
A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 
POR AIL 
TS THE WISH OF 


FAMILY BAKING LTD. 
4-9446 


VOGUE BEAUTY SALON 

717 Vlaa StraH l-IMI 


EDWARD LIP5ETT 


Dorothy Whyte 

WISHES AU HER PATRONS 
A VMY HAPPY HOLIDAY 
SEASON 

Theotncol Costume 
Studio “ 

IlM Pan Siraai j-bl 


HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON AND 
nrm wmnEs to au. my 

PRItNOS AND CltSTOMmS 
Prura 

Ivy's Children’s ond 
Lodies' Weof 

tna Nrnad S'taal 

>Nrai CAinniai Sidi ■ 4-7)11 


SINCRRE SBA.SON S nREBTINOS 
AND BEST WISHES 


Seoson's Greetings 

TO PRIBNDS AND CUNTOMERS, 
Frnm 

PbOOY SINCLAIR 

OUAORA BEAUTY 
SALON 

3111 Quadra 1 till 


Seoson's Greetings 

Artd 

Best Wishes 

Finn 

WYN SHAW DANCE 
STUDIO 

403 Smuihirm Straat 3 |}| 


Sincere Greetings 

Fur 

A HAPPY HOUDAY SEASON 

DARLING’S PHARMACY 
LTD. 

134 Pan Straat 1-1313 


A HAPPY HOUOAY SIAAON AND 
VERY BEST WtPHBB tO AIX IS 
THE WISH OP 

Burnside Service Stotion 

• Barnaida w )-Mli 


• EASONS GREfTINGS 
prnm 

•ID ANDERSON AND STAPF 


MORGAN & TUCKER 


Western Hcotiirig 
Products 

111 BTOucmrni «i 4 


Our Very Best Wishes 
to All 

HAPPINESS FOR 11.17 

Dominion Hoirdressing 

DOMINION DOTKL 
.Fhnn« 4.41)1 


A OLORtOUS SEASON 
WERE WISHING YOU 

Prnm 

Ivy's Variety Store 

r-nnfariinnart Oil’* 
Nnval- *4 and Bo-Jt'lt 
|«l Hi'lMda 


Greetings 

MAY THI JOYS np THIS 
HOLIDAV SEASON Rt YOURS 
THROUGHOUT THI COMING 

TEAR 

KIRK COAL 
(VICTORIA) CO. LTD 

111 ridu^malv Rnad l-lli 


COMPLIMCNTi OF THB SEASON 
And 

BEST WISHES TO AU 


Season's Greetings 

From 

BARL COAD PAUL LOVB 


Seoson’s Greetings 

And 

VERY BEST WIAHBt TO AU 
FOR 14)1 


Compliments of the 
Seoson 

VERY BUST WISHPR 

THE SANDS FAMILY 


Season's Greetmos 

Emm 

Oovenport Phormocy 

Y«ar Oak ba* rn*ni«t 
Al' Da* naiiiary 
3IU3 Oat Sa* Atanu* )-l 


B 4 J AUTO SERVICE 

TEXACO STATION 
la-HOtK TOWINO SERVICf 
17M OoMtIa* l-mi 


,, Clovelly Private Hospitol 

4 4*M1 111* Cta*ni? Tarrara ) 7114 


VICTORIA FUR SHOP 

FOR QUAUTT PURS 
II part > 1131 


VICTORIA GIFT HOUSE 

Fbrrna 3 1111 


1)17 Dd'iclaa 


THB WTAFF AND MANAOEMENT 


Seoson's Greetings 

Finn tna 

MANAnlMPNT AND fTTAFF 

HOLLAND BROS & CO 

N»a and Haad Furmtura 
111 Fart Straat Phan* l-DII) 


tirST WISHES 
OF THE SEASON 
TO AU 

F PAONE 

PrVR AU TnUR WATrHWI 
AND 3EWRLRT 

1 Fart Suaat Pba«a 4-ISIl 


Greetings 

Ft an 

tSASEL WILLIAXmR 
ELSIE THOMPSON 


Seoson's Greetings 

Pran 

DARCY 

CONSTRUCTION 

RXBtOENTIAL COMSmctAt 
rOHTRACTORS 

3771 Boa Via* 7 II 


Crowe (Sonnoson Co Ltd. 


Compliments of the 
Seoson 

BROWN'S 

VICTORIA NURSERIES 

III Via* Straat Pbana 4 4413 


CHBERPm. AS THB SEASON 
HEARTENINO AS LAUGHTER 
WE WISH POR YOU 
ABUWnANT JOY 
TODAY AND IVER AFTCT 

Menzies Fish & ChipCofe 

111 Manila* Biraat )-i)3) 


Sincere Wishes 

For 

A NAPPY HOI.tnAY SEASON 


Compliments 
of the Seoson 


33)4 Gavirnnan' Straat. l-7t«l 
EXTEND TO THEIR PRICNOS 
AND CUrrOMERS 
COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON 


CHARM 

- BEAUTY SALON 

ai7 Bt Patrirk 3 


DAVE COOPER 

FIUMBINa AND HEATING 
134) Dou|i44 ).| 


BILL'S TAXI 


7(4 Humbnldt 


•BASON S OREmNOS AND 
BCWT WISHES POR THE 
COMINO YEAR 

Potterson Construction 
Ltd 

IMmi Baildar* 
VINCtMT PATTERSON * 
I4M Porraiirr )-14( 


Season's Greetinqs 

Pran 

MANAGEMENT AND STAFF 
At 

GLENSHIEL HOTEL 

RBSmKNTlAL HOTEL 
W’addUkt Racaptiana. Pwtiai. !■* 
M4 Daaiiai 1-4144 


Compliments of the 
Season 

Fran tha 

Copitol Bookkeeping 
Service 

IISJ Vanrautar Biraai 3 4 


Sincere Greetings 

Fran 

DOTTY'S 
CAR PARLOUR 

Lacatad at BniiUb Car Cantra 
llftl Yalta strati * l-N 


MAT WB EXTEND 
TO ONB AND AU 
A DAFFY HOLIDAY DEASOH 


Seoson’s 

Heartiest Greetinqs 


Greetings 

Fran 

Knott & Elford 
Super Service Stotion 

34- HOUR SERVICE 
3444 Dsvila* Straai 3-4 


Greetings 

ONE AND ALL 

PITT & HOLT 

PLUMBING AND HBATTNO 

ill BaaaiMAlt Rna4 3.7 


Season's Greetings 


TILLICUM 
FISH & CHIPS 

ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 
NM Timr«n RMd 3 


AARONSON'S 
DRUG STORE 

IMl Port Rtraai 


Lionel R. Crosslev 

Yaar Aaphaii P**uif CHA'ianor 
1444 Ml Datiilat Croaarnad 1 31)1 


Compliments of the 
Seoson 

TO AU OUR CUDTOMSRS 

CHARLES A COWIE 

TREE SURGEON 
1434 Balmant S-H 


Seoson's Greetings 


Season's Greetings 

TO AU 

HUGH NEWMAN 

Pamra Rafiainn« tniallanaS. 
Air catidUidBina 041 B iraata 
PRKB BSTTHATED 
I3M Palnar 4 3M 


MAY WE BXTENO AT THIS TIME 
OUE SINCERE BBiT WISHES 
POR A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASOR 
PROM BUD JOB AND BO« 


MAT THIS SB THE MERRIH 
HOLIDAY SEASON EVER 
POR TOO AND YOUR FAMILY 


»tWT WISHES TO AU. OUR 
eUWrOUERS FOR THE COMINO 

YEAR 


Seoson's Greetings 

Pron 

A M BONNELL 

■UtLOINQ CtMrTRACTOR 

nil 8M*M« f. 


Season's Greetings 

Pran 

R C. OLDFIELD 

DUIXOOCBII POE HIRE 
tUyal Oal 1 


Season's Greetings 


Plan 

KER ELECTRIC 

Siaan Iroa spactaliau 


S MORISSE 

CUVTOM TAILOR 

34)1 Dauflaa Straat 


MELROSE SERVICE LTD 

ORB STOP POR AU TOUR HEEDS 
Oal Bar Janetta* 3.II1I 


Smith-Andcrson Co. Ltd 

131 ErauahiAn Siraai 4-Dll 


PACIFIC NEON LTD 

m Pandara > ^ 


WE EXTEND TO AU OUR 
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMXRS 
HEARTlMrr CGMPl.lMENTi OP 
THE REASON 

Iving.Robertson (Soroge 

1434 Qaa4ta Straat 3-17T 


Season's Greetings 

And 

Best Wishes 

TO AU OUR PRIBNDR AND 
curroMERs 

CLARKE'S AUTO PARTS 
AND SERVICE 

IMI Dauftaa Siraat ) jmt 


MAY TOUR DAYS EE MERRY 
AND ERIOMT 
And 

MAT aIA tour CNRISTMASSS 

SB wHrn 

British ColumbiQ Forest 
Products Ltd 

171 Oart* Road l-3))l 


Compliments of the 
Seoson 

RBST WtSHW TO AU 

R A Green Lumber Co 
Ltd. 

mi Dauitaa l-lllJ 


Comoliments of the 
Seoson 


Season's Greetings 

TO OUR OLD AND NEW 
CXlSTOMXIkS 

• CAMERON 
ACTIVE FUEL 

Bnrndraat 3 Illl 3-1341 


Season's Greetings 

And 

BEST WISHBR TO AU 

Duncon D. McTgvish 

111 Oavamnasi Straat 3-H 


ANNAS TAYLOR 
BEAUTY SALON 

IMH Brand Sirnl I 


HAROLD ANDERSON 

MABONET rONTRArrOR 
■SirKLATINO AND BTONE 
MASON 

111 Hanar |.|H 


J M Cullingford 

Pain'ina and Datoaaiini 
131 Saaehaaal 3 


Compliments 
of the Seoson 

Prnn IN* 

MARaorMBffT AND WT AfP OP 

BRODIE'S BAKERY 

TWO BTnRDS TO SERVE TOO 
1)44 Daotlaa 4-3411 

Mil Oniilat 4-114 


Compliments of the 
Seoson 

Fran 

MANAQBIdBirT AND VTAFP 

LA MODE ‘millinery 

TirrowAs txrLUBivE 

HAT SWOP 

lU Tataa }-41lS 


Season's Greetings 

Pran 

Midlond Construction 
• Co Ltd 

Gaaarol Contrarian 
1M7 nniHiA* 4-44 


Friendly 

Season s Greetings 

TO AU 

Five Minute Cor Wosh 

IM PaMora 4177 


WISHING ONE AND AU. 

A VERY HAPPY 
H4XJDAT MASON 

WILLIAM'S SERVICE 

GENERAL RBPAIRS 
Glon Lnba 


Greetings 

TO AU OUR PRIBNDS AND 
CUSTOMERS 


Seoson's Gre|tmgs 

J C. SWITZER i CO. 
LTD, 

II Tam Straat 4 Ml). 4-l7n 


Wilhoms, Brov fit 
WiUioms 

BuiiSatt and Can'rarld** 
Cbbinal War! 
CNrwarmt 4' 


MRS S RANKIN 

CWAIOPLOWM CRAPTE 
isnc Admiral* RMd I 


SEDMAN'S GR(XERY 

FORMERLY PRIOR B OROCMT 
ill fcnaMait Rand isn 


20 l«tlu (Ealoniat Vktori., B.C.. W.J.. D«. 25 - « tv. »^pio #a^ w»d «7 

ftCRvICV. 


STOVES AND 
KL'BNACES 


TV TALK 

By Bruce Lowlher 




Most of Jho many apeclal hoIIrUy »hOH« are listed he^ 
low; the major one* are the Queen t sp eoch ' deta il* on 
^’Amahl and the Nlfht ' ' »i 

VlaMor*" and Walt Ult- | >v 


ney* “Dumbo' today; 
the Nativity Story on 

<‘j-vi ' f- I 1 •; I 

TTi-’ i~-~~ 

Sammy Davl* »hnw Frl 
day. Movie fare in- 
chide* 'Thrlatmaa Ca- 
rol." “Pickwick Pa 
pens." "Miracle on Wth 
Street" and “Lea Miaer 
able*’’ today; “Fuller 
Brush Man" tomorrow, 
and "Appojntment with 
Venua.” “Mask of Dt 
mitrlos” and “(leaser 
and Cleopatra" Friday. 

Radio listeners are 
advised that the day- 
time Chrtstma.s Alma- 
nac and nighttime 
Christma* features on 
CBU are grab bag pro 
grama of everything 
from deep drama to 


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PBCVB «-Ml> 

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hAu! AT n6 ixtra mar l«m Tib^.w . mo 

^ you pay only $259 

ON*-OAY SERVlrl 

9T *♦ »»'■« >*b f**'*'® HUMBER 5 

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DELTA ELECTRIC ' c ‘*-^tri.oR''aoMa *eeuAs^ 

TAKC THIS neeoitT.'MTY TO ’iS JBbiuoB Ft-B. 1-M.I 

Exrr.vD SEAS<» s uRrmsos -pACirte- 

rftiiM lit* (amoiii MBKO-lB-AttAi tu.ti*r> 

MANAGrMKVT A-NO STAFF aod »il aMM uibi •bbbb» 
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RADIO AND T*L*ViaiOR . |iirn4>-* cnm<il'to *iO> I''f • 

D ,... » „ 1 •Ui/.rL.M'm'VJs; 

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rASlT~httPENI>ABLK’**HVlCB ON I iu^MAHC ua eORNA^^ Cl- 
BJI irpn o( ennrieaj TV Air-O-Mail* rmn** bunrra 


“Bui 1 Asked lor 
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VICTORIA WEST 

RADIO AND TVLrViaiON 
Dnt« m or booio Mrrtco 


FASt. PKPBNDABLC SKHVICC ON 
BJI irpn o( eonrieaj topav*. TV 


...... ixiOi-v nnt All IjrpW M oii^-irtcw Air>U-HallO rmno* midiitrim 

light music and al*o that Sealtie ttatlon kiku nin nm racum iHByrro Bn«i imBii «ai r*M«* iB«uii«d bbb 

«-nrt uiy o.ri.im« othrrwi-- r.dio .ml TV 5i" i “ 

lutings are corrected to preaa time yesterday ouarantckd rv HRCAiiiai *mco ou. and oas roBNACta 

Br Multnod Tfcbniciano | ruraaM rovAira Ftm MtlwAtaa 
. _ a a iMoniMraHSTA' i aiuoai Bhroi Mo4«J I-UI4 **'• 

VI ednesdav s Highlights 

8.00 am - Sers'lces in National Fpi.copal Cathedral. •X'i: 

Washington. D.C. «ehannel V. | j ‘iNRTAi.riD aw aa- 

9.15- CBCTS ChrUtmas Day program schedule 'chan- K.r.'?B«?B"‘* i-»u' 

nel 2*. pwlor* tMbr HAS Windw 31^ BlfTtl 

9,». Prcludr lo th- Quwn’. .p™<h, hy S.r 

Laurence Olivier tchannel 2 j. Ouarootood eomoo obo R#p«ra su»ro ifc Fon wreot *-S5ii 

lOOQ—Queen ■ Chri.sima.s message ichannela 2 and 6' ^ j.t4*i " *#>a *»• > kanub and 

10. 15- Christmas films, one hy pantomimisi Marcel , **** 

Marceau. another of "The 12ih Day of ChrUUna* ’ «chan- tv aatoBBa a mo OKoorat r b-om ^ gEWINO MACHINES 

2 and 6 . db, «:Gcrmvk‘inVxs 

U OO— Raymond Burr In a Christmas drama ichan- mt bt o-mu c, 

nel -I ' auAU. o a rlictric radio “'►••'iba ii^a »>»-eor ta^o 

. . ... *;.«*.» ' Cb*ab Oo«d i‘<nillUwB 414 |h.in.«>»>raiir ana jt^mJUVwoo ibb 

120(1 Mcnotti* “Amahl and *he Night \i»liors m>i o gaara 1-4444 _ cuv* i nn« “t iwhuwo u 

(Channel •!*: film of "A Chnslma.s Carol ’ ichannej ■ x v -ekRVKn^-RAOio *" tavixir a ca 

12.30 Christmas songs nnd reading* fn>m Vancouvei * 411* Akiand»r_ • wt r* Foti » 

HAUtTAJ.s RADIO rv **■«-*• rnonRE NOW AQOt'T OUl 
(channel 2>. ane o rt paira 14*3 UaulUl* I-IIU M) «'*ay jAan Bl 

ion Jan Rubes and S.mc* of My People ‘cliannel 2': ^ RF.l-'RUiFR.STIUN MACWNM*i.Vn 

special film- "Man’s Heritage’ .channel rt-. ,gn-mrF.vrr‘AMANA ithiumt 

2C K,Un.bav,T,.y.J,ch.nne,.. “ .".KS , 

230 Canadian itiHjp .show, with IVfcnce Minister ■ . 

G R- Pearkes .channel 2': fdm about ’Silent Nighr o>mi'umf.>ts f<r trk ska.^>;« c^ACTnlrtJ^ 

(Channels-; film of -nie UMIe Match Girl’ channel 6 J. N,! uTh** aSre^SJT*!:::™ * 

300 ‘Three Bears.” act to music ichannel 2* ‘r**** *^i7iac n-e*" r 

5,00 Hour long -Rubller and the KemdetM- .channel. ^ \ li 

2 and 6'. c*»« vac uoH l^eAar . *.T 

5.10 Obemkirki'hen Children's Choir (channel 5*. , *’'d^e,j’'Ba^iva**HrY iww and aav? 

fiiv) Queen ■ a|M«ech repealed (channel 2 1 * Cars’ Motorcycles • Cors' 

7 00 -Ubmeyland earlier, with ' cask 

(i'hannela 2 and 61; special message from Bishop bneen ^ ^ m.A*jrr»«*« « «/ ai i cumkinatiun •»* 

. channel 5» ; Big Rc-ord alar* Sammy Kaj e. Gene Austin s | ^ ^ 

(channels 11 and 12». a-*-** •>** avaiuur 

7X Pan Dur>ea stars on Wagon Tram .channeM'. w «.w 

Osi ar winning film. ’Star in n>e^igm ' -channel cHRim.*a oi^' ro, 

KOO Hour long version of The Tinder B-'X -chan m^ivaa. Tra^rw i.r a umr up .< ma><4 av, 

IK*U 2 and 6-; Wall Diaiiey tRiroduce.s DumUi to TV ® ««.«»?* i^as^bober^ litT^raT r 

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(ChAnnel 5- Oga.ania^d n»» and mw* Oiarhibw *11(1 rrwJ* am! « 

OfK) Kraft nla\s are "Polka with Sh»*Uey >Mniers bku-jklanob MirroRcvcixa .i-i-iijb m ‘ 

(Channels 2 aivl 6-. ‘The Other Wu^ Men" ichanncW-. -r.ia. ua ^ w. a.«. o-^^^dflco d. 

moo Hmah Shore and guests Carol thanning, f.uMKTl^LKs" o. .-r. co cone 

Tommy Sands, Hugh O’Bnaii .channels 2 and dj. a-* aa •ppr^Mai* *«*.. anndtii'.i BUILtK bKUo. 

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IX ednesdav's XIovies 

Q.'VJ^A nmalma* Carol, channel 12. Alastatr Sim. 
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lOOn A ChnslmdK Carol, channel 5 Reginald Owen. 
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1200 Sequoia channel .'S. .lean Parker. 

2.30 Mivung Million, channel 13. 

.300 - rn\vbt)> and the Blonde, channel I 
3 00- Miracle on 3Uh Street, channel 6. Edmund 
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3 15 PrtneeM Cinderella, channel 12. 

4 00 He Couldn'l Say No. chnonel It. Jane Wyman 
4 lo Les MlKcrables, channel I, Charles I^ughion 


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7 00 Wild Cargo, chatmcl 13. Frank Bu‘k ,ft 

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lOYt Miracle on 3lth Su-’el channel ll (i-i-id. k 

10 10 .Inhnnj OClork, tlunn-'l 12 iMrU Po-Aell. ^ 

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111 ! 
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Ann Todd uhanncU 11 and 12*. 

9 30- Oscar Prlersun, Mel Torme on Muftjc Makers 
Ichannela 2 and 6>. Macd-mnld Carey with Tenneswe 
Ernie -channel 4' . Playhouse 90 presents "Lone Woman ' 
with Kathryn Grayson -chonnel 11'. 

1000 CBC Foil-) show* llte Nativity viory although 
a film t>f the Queen's «prei,h mat. lake the first few 
minutes 'channels 2 and fi': R6*emar>- Clooney \uih 
Spring Byington tchannei 4- 

Thursday’s Sport 

700 Island Spojiaman -channel fi-; Bowling -chan 
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730-Tlme Out (channel 2- 

8 00 Northweat fishing 'channel i:u. 
n 20 T-mnto wrestlln| (channel fi'. 

Thursdav's Mo\ ies I 

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9 30 Ladies They Talk About, channel 12, 

10.00- Trewsur# Island, channel 5. .part one Wallace 

l20O- Uftle Minialer. channel 4. Margaret O Br»en. 
j2,oo_ Fuller Brush Man. channel 5. Red Skelton 

B* -Seeing You. channel 2. Gingar Rogers 

Fair. 

2J0— DoviT) Agentlne W'ay. rtiannel 6. Betty Grable. 
2J0— Wild Cargo, channel 13. F'rank Buck 

3 15— Johnny O'CTock channel 12. Wck Powell 

4 00— Smart Blonde, channel 11 

4. T0_Four Faces West, channel 4 Fair 

5. eo^Weatems channel* 12 and 13 

900 - Secret Lives, channel 13. Again at 1 a m. 
lOJO Meet Mr Callaghan, channel 13 
10 40—13 Rue Madeleine, channel 12. James Cagney 
m45—Tank on the Burma Road, channel 5 
ll<15.^qon of DtrcuIr, channel ll. Lor Chaney. Jr. 
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2.15 luEst time for Susie ichannel 5i. 

4 00- "Little Match Girl" film 'channel fit. 

8 00 J«rry I^wis with guesl..( .Snmmy Davis. Count 
Basle 'channel 4>. 

8.30 Patrife Munsel with Waller Sle/ak. And> 
Willjams 'Channel 5'. 

9 00 Big Record guesls are Cnunl FU‘-le Jan Peerce, 
(ios. Gram Jill Con y <rhannel2-; hfti non live Sinatra 
Khtiw a drama with David Wajne (channel .»• 


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fiOO Sports Club -channel 5i. 

700 MKWleweighia Tiger Jonea. 
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8 00 AUStar Golf -channel }IK 


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9 30 Heartache* I'hanftel 12 , 

10(10 Treasure Island, channel 5, part two, Wallace 

*^200 Fight the Whole W-irld, channel 4. Dean 
Slockwell 

12 00- r>evil May Care, channel 5 
2 IS Appointment with Venus, channel 2. David 

Niven Good _ . ^ t 

2 30 Letter fiom an Cnknown Woman, channel 6, ^ 

^ *2 .H>— ‘'secret IJves channel 13 Again at 10.30 pm. I 
315- 13 Rue Madeleine channel 12. Jamet Cagnej. 
400- Mr. Chump, channel 11, Joan pavis 
4.30~tAih) Bede channel 4. Dorothy 1 .amour. 

J, on- WemeiTa. Channels 12 and 13 

7 :m Mama Loves Papa, channel 13, Again at 1 a m 

9 00 Melody Cluh. channel 13. TeriyThomaa. 

1035- 13 Rue Madeleine channel 11. 

10 40 Mask of Dimltiloa channel 12. fine cast. Good 

10 t5- Bewitcherl channel 5, F.dm»md f.wenn, 

11 15 - 13 Rue Madeleine, channel 2 Again 

12.00 Caeaar and Cleopatra, channel 6, Vivien Leigh. 
Claude Rains Very good. 

[ IZO^— Strang# lUualon, channel U. 


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IZ $1095 

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EXTEND TO ALL 
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MEMBERS OF THE . . . 

VICTORIA REAL ESTATE BOARD 

WE'RE REALTORS 


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JOHNSTON 


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& CO. 


BYRON 

PRICE 

REALTORS 


PEMBERTON 

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LIMITED 

1002 Government St. 


Insuronce Brokers 
Reoltors 


REALTY ^ 
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833 Fort 2-4312 


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Island Construction Ltd 


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Reol Estate - Mortqooes 

1205 Govt St. 3-4126 


LEACH & 
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F. N. Cabeidu 


CAPITAL 

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Consolidated 

LIMITED 
Estoblished 1871 
706 Fort St. 2-4251 


A. BERNARD 
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REAL ESTATE 
insurance 
MORTGAGES 
RENTALS 


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5-7511 

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1324 Gov't 
4-9305 


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J. H. 

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Established 1898 
Real Estate - Mortooqes 
Insuronce Aqents 
1218 Brood St 
Victono. B C 2 4255 
And Duncan. B C 


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—Reol Estote 
— Mortqooei 
—Insuronce 

1923 Ouodro St, 
Phone 2-7276 


Real EstotB . Insuronce 
Service 

1028 Blonshord 4 93 18 


1118 Ouodro 2-7514 508 Broughton 5*2481 


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Worthington 

Reol Estote • lnsuror>ce 


HUBERT 

LETHABY 


JOHN 

GREENWOOD 

Estoblished 1908 

REAL ESTATE 
INSURANCE 

NOTARY PUBLIC 

1241 Brood 3-7041 


CANADA 
TRUST CO 


Alfred 

Carmichael 


B.C, LAND 


FRANK A 
MARTIN 

AGENCIES LTD. 




Servino Victoria lor 
94 Yeors 


NOTARY PUBLIC 
501 Rovol Trust Bldq. 
Phone 2-5213 

CnnKUilonH r»»Amib«r l»'h llll 


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to Your Reol Estote 
Requirements 

1322 Government St 

21211 


Reol Estote 
Insuronce 


tn et 


1239 BROAD 4-7341 


1114 Blonshord St. 


MEARS & 

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Ook Bov Reoltv Limited 
THE OAK BAY 
REALTORS 

Reol Estote. Insuronce 
Mortgages 

Coll 5*7707— 24-Houf 
Service 

2188 Ook Bov Ave 


SALT SPRING 
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HAGAR'S 

REAL ESTATE 
INSURANCE 


P. R. BROWN 
& SONS LTD. 


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FRASER 

BISCOE 


REAL estate 
INSURANCE 


REAL ESTATE 
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phone Gonges 52 

GANGES, B C. 


STEPHENSON 

LIMITED 


Mortgages - Rentals 

614 Yates 4-0531 


750 Pondoro 3*9843 ]]]2 Brood 5-3435 


WE PLEDGE OURSELVES 


To ot>»orvF fh# RFJiltorf co4# of ethim end conform our con- 
fliirt to lt< lofty >4 fhI» 

FFMFMBER . . ONLY A RFALT<»R 

A member of the RmI EiMate Board lak^ thia pledf* and 
ilirk* to it’ 

ONLY MKMBER5 

Of the Real Fatale Board are realtora No one elae hat the 
privilege of using the term realtor! 


To prote<i the individual right of real estate ownership and to 
widen (he npportunil> (n enjo) it. 

To he honorable and honeat in all deals. 

To seek to repreaent our cHentt better by building our knowl- 
edge and competence. 

To act fatrly toward all In the iplrit of the golden nik 
To serve wed our community, and through it our country. 


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CITY 

Real Estote, Insurance 

BROKERAGE ^ 

On Douglas 
0pp. H.B.C. 

1018 Blonshord 4-5022^ 

1 DAVID R. 

VICTORIA 

McADAMS 

Realty Ltd. 

REAL ESTATE 

1115 Douqlos Street 

C Pullon 
B R McAdoms 

A COMPLETE SERVICE 
AT ALL TIMES 

New Conodo Trust Bldg 

Phone 2-9145 

1205 Brood St 



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101 TRtTRS A TRAILJCRS 


WEDNF^DAY. DKCEMBER 25. 1957 
Today's Quotation; 

“ChristUiu awakp. salutp the happy morn 
Whoroon the Saviour of the world wa» bom.** 

—John Byrom. 

Wedm*«lay for Everyone: Daytime lend* Itseil to 
home, famll) niatiert, dealings with relatlvas and neigh- 
bors. Indication* of generosity and religious Interest are 
strong. Late afternoon and evening: present problcma. 
Maintain harmony; use care en route 

Look for your Blrthdate and BlrtliAlgn below 
March 21 to April 19 (Arles) Your aspiraUona 
come to the fore. Resolve disagreements: maintain bonds 


NINE 

CASH SALES 
MEANS 
NINE CASH BUYERS 


Al VlAUrtA ua 


HOMES HOMES HOMES 
ot Hi'Lo Trailer Sales 

iv mac A uruNduiw td 

A'lrActiwiy-frlTAd «fu MdMBiar. 
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lA «m «AT mwrlMM. TmavUv- 
int^iM tAAunais SAAtTAiAa. 6 n«li 
A>a rhAvrrw boM oa mwAlA Perb 
>'•4 t iA AM W MM C««UaM« » MT 
n>’«Ot AMHA sAi Al OdwiMd Cnr- 
arr. LAflefgra. max ovnmr «/ MIO 
MriAm And OaaUW Roa 4. AAd Tr»f» 
r«AA4A Hwhwtr MM miiA aaiiUi «< 
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G> TATM AT BROAD 


GONZALES 


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nplAr* nrint aaIm and i« *Atii(v 
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TO Otm PABKINO uyr and 
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April 20 to May 30 (TauniM- Presilge and vocation 
claim lop inicreat today: protect your reputation, status, 
stability. 

May 21 to June 20 iCemlnD — Your opinions are 
pitted against those of others, be roDcillabiry, flexible 
consixteni. 

June 21 to July 23 i Cancer) -Private finance* and 
monetary tie* with other* may take promlneme today. 
Bolster inst*cure Item*. 

July 23 to Aug. 22 <I,eo) Similariiie* and differ 
ence In outlook may be disclosed lo<iay, meet other.* half 
way. Maintain aiTord. 

Aug. 2.3 to Sept. 22 »Virgo» Labor, service may be 
a source of friction, be cheerful, conscientious. PnitecI 
health. 

Sept 2.3 to Oct. 22 i Libra) Take no chance* Keep 
thing* on an even keel concerning Inlimales. loved ones. 
Double-check decision.*, routes 

Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 (ijeorpio)- Mend whatever flaws 
are revealed In the domestic-parental commerdal picture. 

Nov, 22 to Dec 21 (Sagittarius) — Racheck detail*: 
avoid mistakes; use care en route; be openttunded. 
Strengthen tie*. 

Dcr. 23 to Jan. 19 (Capricorn) The accent Is on your 
bankroll, assets and monetary ties with others; protect 
your interests. 

Jan. 20 to Feb. 18 (Aquarius)- Make necessary ad- 
justment* in associations or environment, emphaslae 
teamwoik. 

Feb. 19 to March 30 )Pisies) Your own problems 
and those of others are stressed today ; .seek to find their 
solutions 

Planning Ahead C*o<«d lor entertaining, etc.: Dec. 
2S. 26. 29; Jan. 4 6 , 8 , 11. 

THURSDAY. DEC. 26. 1957 

Today's Quotation; “If you would know* and not be 
known, live in a city.”- Colton. 

Thursday for Everyone; tiel an eaily start: Keep 
busy and you will gei • lr»i ack^unpltshed »--*tay »*p- 

porlunitloe exist for progress In connection with writ- 
ings, (Njnlercnces, dealings with relatives, neighbor* 
and agents. 

LiMik for your Blrthdale and Birllf>ign bi-lnw. 

March 21 to April 19 'Aries) DUcuss matleis 
with business people, seniors; gain positive result.*. Use 
re’*eivcs 

April 20 to May 20 'Taurus' Confide your aspira 
tiorL*. ilevelnp relnlion.«^hlps with people In the swim. 

May 21 to June 20 *(»eminl) Make telling stride* 
In efficleno', with task*. Joint umlertaklngs; forge ahead, 
win esteem, 

June 21 to July 22 (Camer) Determine your course, 
don’t take ai«l or advice lightly : sperxl a pleas^int evening. 

July 21 to Aug, 22 (Leo’ Find the clue to puzzlers; 
adjust debts; employ ingenuity, save or restore artlele*. 

Aug. 2.1 In Sept. 22 'Virgo' Be in the public eye; 
mingle freely, associate with teammates. 


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Seasons Greetings 

Triorvqle Service Stoflon 
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BueAdAd al itaa V 1 O CA/I 
full pika a( a I ZfDUV 

Mr Hotly. 9 SIM Anrila* 

UPLANDS 

R*rt u Your baa* (or Xao*. 
tov« 1 )r A** V roAOM ) b*drm* . 
dAublo pludiAuiK. tliU llvlbo m. 
full cviMBl bowarnt Oll-O 
Malk boAt. Tbu YOU aiuM *aa 

, $18,900 

Mr* Adaai 3-|«M aoxUAm 


BUMNES 8 

OPPORTUNITIES 


ARTISTS 


WRITERS 


TBIV SOUND RITAtL BUStNlIB 
• lU BM opproilaoirlr ilS.Mb 
Ftrsi llao ottrrod Inr bbU No 
pbuno tAloraoitub Fnr oppouu- 

MAI pbMM U* Jdota JODOO H 

- - l-rm or roo 3-910t 


■WATIRFRONT PROPYRTT 


WINTER RATES! 

TbAOdorblrd Uodtra. boor PAXb. 
a«il«uii». *bApo Dax. «o«i. aoBUi 
OptMbA TV 1^711 «.«43) 

DK LtnCB'ciNC-BCDROOM SUITE. 
RirAiobot Oooo M tow* And OArb. 

l»4ililr hM. bad rhrMrrfirld TV 
B«ollA)<lr .iBA L (lAA CATpurt Avail- 
oMr yj$4J 

'MANStuTTa 

1 •bmoirtrl? 
. . l-tbdroom luiu. tround 
.. . olectric bliriMA rtni lilt 
Fboflo 1-Uil (or appoiniarai 

TWO AND TRliEC-Rnou COf 
lAVat: AlOD ITAlUr tMCO. CotWObd 
Mub« OOTL 4-1*31 


DIAL 2-4251 


Tbi* cbArmiai baa* o*i 
OM'VAB iro** 08 0 (MdUtlltti 
lok«, «la*4 u» iba nir. U on 
ideal tpol (or ortuu «r 
• ruvr* The larit 77 (I 
litii.f rnoa baa p>i-tura Ain- 
daov AvariAuBlnB iho wwar 
Tbe landarApr*) fruundt *io 
r*«y io car* tor ana a ptr 
lure ID tbr auaaer *nM 
oaner i* kaaina and larrl* 

$ 11,000 
OoA l wSIt dial Mr* Rob- 
on* now A< I-4741 or 9 ttU 
(or a paraonal tn^iAcUab 


(or Um anawar U aavr 
parUrAlAr brohlatt «bou.«r 
barlAO or aaUino rool attaio. 
t.49kl Meant apaelAltaed wr« 
air* (ma oa* af tba cUa'o 
MOti raipaclad roalt* ortanica* 
(inni No obUdAUAA Call up 
tadar 


eru* 

Mr DavU Ivet 4-MI4 
Mr iMonda* Irto 1*1111 

CITY 
4 ROOMS 

•plandtd *iu««o buBtala*. built 9 
roar*, l•r■« Uaino raoM viUi fir*- 

R iar* t»o i»iB bedroAo*. Mk 
oor* ibrouibOHl. FaMbrok* baUi 
•lira Uri* cablnat *l*cirk ktkhdtf 
Vllb lAiid* Full b«a*atnl *Uh 

.U 5,0,500 

• lib reaaeBabla davB payMCBi BBd 
•aar MoaiblT Pbvnaau 
CaU Mr Sudburv. Wa* t INd 

VIEW ROYAL 
SEA VIEW 

Tbi* ai'ra-Ako A-rMM MiBcalnv. 
bbtraeni (umAoo. lart* tardao 
lot. lOtlM aeutbiTB capoeurr 
lAvaly dvrdrir. lario U«tA| rootn. 
. 1^8 aeklB. $n,200 

on tarmi In <bla araa for lolue 
.harm and • tnod All.fObbd bAMF 
Uiit cannot be baai 

Mr Caion VvtJ •-4tll 

OFTIROR RANDAM. t.Tn 
UnOeufUaVL rbcoM4nflS 


accii, 

OCKJ *gNNCUl“9 HOl’SK*“lr~X 
4<r> aiM 17 njiM <4 « xr- ail now. 
luvrar rwi ihe Itland |1 an {‘bine 
oYtAiruta S ilU 


19 HOUSK TTkAU-Dt FOB SAUC 
- 11)7 LyaU 


101 PAKT*i. TTRES bad 
ACCESftORim 


TWXK06MUIH 
Atallable 
(urnulMd. 
ftnor 


E-XCHANUP 
BEAl INSTATE 


Rithef Consoli(jofed Ltd. 
706 Fort St. 2-4251 


Tow car'a **aAArV* 

"BATTERY' 

Vrrr a atioaa luro lun a 
•Bi Ob "ACMV' 
Z-TiXT V 

W CZCHAHOt - ■ ^ 

1 0 -vot.T C 

* * CZCHANoa 


NEEDED 


"OVERLOOKING 
GOLF COURSE " 


ROOM 8B.F-rONTAINB0 8UnX 

a* ranoe frio 170 Availabi* 


BAtntad all vhita vitb Mvot baU 
iortat cratn 4 iman rvodia vhicb 
rnapriaek aiiraciUt llvini ra in- 
rludtt oil apbr* b<ai*i. larter- 
iboo avarafo kUvboa oitbaa^ 
oacioi area abd ) t«Od baSTBAa* 
HIth loradOB. comat 
lot Toirr anlx 11$ 

Mr camiMolL t 11*4 anyua* 


A aaiail bout* vitb a 1am 
n?iai rooa oa* *r Ivo bad- 
raoM near 0 ollv bui tr 
»C4 bar* 0 bouer lUieiAt lo 

t bit ptaae* dial Mr* Rnborta, 
lertloMtara bacariuaa. a* 
9-lMd or l-l?*! 


4RC(iM sumc. Al'TiiAIAnr KRAT 
And waitf. Yowif pcv.pia ptefrrrrd 


arvsRAL aTtractivk RtvrMua 

S ropariira ayallabi* tor (rada 
oloi. bear parlor tooiourant aw 
KlAi lUMir. 9-91)). Mr HiA« 


Bnopfif 4 Ram atbcvo butun- 
1 h<» rnBdrm kUrbaai. rbarminv 
aiwrluH* livinc arm mlb ntr- 
MAC* Yeo. U‘t IttOf Intulalad. 
Ihu o raU bdAOBMOt 'drive in 
cor a AW lAiT* kt. amaU 

r/ SlOrSOO 

Inal )4 * Siniih now at 

Sru or 9*4)7. 


4v:u 

HArnrt/>R siniT kanux and 

re/naorvior. bnaiod, dvuot AduHa Kb 
ITTU Yotra tSui'a 9r 

AVAlI.AItLf"” JANUARY )i OAlt 
Bar- near tbtatrt Board aoUooal. 
1-9441 


FRANCIS BATTERY & 
TIRES LTD 

RCTRCAOIRO BFariALiaTB 
t4 19 Quadra Btraat Fbooo l-TOn 

IKTUtNATIOMAt TRUX TONKB, 
iBiarBauociAl Banmar* Ra-raTInail 
oil BAiidfa A«le WracklQC. '09 
Via v aira ad b-44T I 

OOOp 08B CAR AND TROCK 

K rta DBvid ABto Wrackara l-bClb 
I DBYld B4 W01 

CT.ARK-S AOTO FART8 9319 
Doualaa Otad datu lor cara aad 
If urk* S-S04 I 

AL 8 AtTTO WRXCKMU. BAT AND 
Du adA* 9-t9J9: a**Albda 4-4)97 

FL'sH-aorroir car'~'hadio j 

b»o 7iWt4 Uraa. balav caai 4IT74. 


OWNKX OV tXX)0 RCVrAl'RANT 
Will crataider r*a*ieublr rkitbanfe a* 
AMt paytMAL AtUAcUvo BwaiiMy 
ierma Mr. King. Kin* HraKr. 7 9191. 


EXCLUSIVE 
OAK BAY 


ro avLL YOOR home roon 
ape d(ip!*i or (arm Hat with tba 
4 «kB t'air of 0*«ra* RandaU Ltd. 
A iieadr ciHAlol* a( coruUia bu«- 
en lar »hai r*u feaa* lo aau. 
ebOM 4-CIM 


M9 M.STINCeS WANTED 


FUt.LT FURNI8RSD etI.F.CON 
(otne« (UK* 44* CraliUawaf Rd 

MT OOUOLAB VuTO "aoURT. 
low wiaur n:*». 7-9499 


LARGE FAMILY 


"SELL YOUR HOME" 

LIST TODAY TfiX AmON WAT 
X A MACFAPYER 


Virat ti»e otterad. «hl» 4-T*ki-o)d 
tuaina-AuiIt haat will aailalY lb* 
KMi dlacrUntnalloc buyer 
aied In ibe popwlar WUAAWB 
ARIA Bird (raturt* aanr eiuat 
le wall to-wall tari-aUBi ibrouih- 
Mji. thru hall plan. twtn-ttaA 
btdrma wub double %ardr<*o 
'loaate apario.rt LR I4e dintnt 
»'*a ultra aodrra kiu-ban a well 
t iannad recraauon r» wub rorb- 
taU bar m lb* full roacrat* bate- 
BMnt drivt->D laror* Orwunda 


WANTXD~I RAVB 4NXIOUB CU- 
tni* (or 4 4 and i-rwom honaaa. 
todi* wiib ali catb Fnr amrtooua 
ptraertal atiaoiino rail V Cama- 
ball or RUka Raaltr Ud 1-4144 
ontUBO 


fiaerl aa bi Itwe" Xhedmrm 
b.m«, cud d>wn poymmt, 
b— man Jaik 19 ir ym warn 
A. Mil r>^*V r«Mle ' diad 
M N. 'Smith. SC741 a* 9MJ7. 


m iIjSts ADd 
APAKTMK.\TS TO RE.NT 
I NFUiSMSHMl 
(^MFORTABLi j ROb'M~ 8 ABi 


Motlbaevccrn Sdcurliioo of 
Vkuiria Ltd 4-4741 

HA^'~BtrYEJ< FOR XMAl L FARM 
nom CAkb. Pnea up lo liunn 
H»w A. Mown*. 4-SlM 

Hwiicb RaAilr. Lt4 


P R. BROWN 


t WILL BK FLXASBD TO C04CB TO 
rwur iwn* and dlatua* with *wv 
th* brat mean* ol miubb N* o^ 
htallon Oouolaa Ma«k>» Raal Ka- 
latr 4-7114. Kba 4-34I». Mr. 
Haakae 


BARGAIN 


A Sona LIA — Cat IM 
U19 Brobd StrwM Vbona 4)419 


ST VYtTB tAA.SU'H RLALTY 
r CaaL CiAiTtdOBO aontw Mr. 
iicnount. 4U19. EvtA.. juu*. 


103 ALTO R£PA1KS mml 


9 todroom tiuncmbwe bill ‘.a**- 
bMoL *«.*lkwa imAk. r»ntov 
fViw IO ■••id MAnt l’>r r> prr 
nunib T*sr« VC^CA 
M '.‘4 Th* (till pr-irw jD/OU 
tbai Dob )iaxv»), kVTll or 
21149 


at* ATtwtf 


ebruba fruit Uraa ThI* boa* k 
tamotulote laMd* C1Q 7SD 
tad owl FUU put* ^•O,/ JW 
For (uribtr ptriieulot nboBO 
Mt Bivaa. 9-11*4 anfliso 


Ftaak A MarilB Afcoci 
1U4 Blanabard Sc 
947*4 or aita J-MM. 


ENJOY A 
HAPPY 
NEW YEAR 

IN THIS 

lovely— BRAND 
NEW 2-BEDROOM 
BUNGALOW 
FULL BSMT— GARAGE 

$2500 DOWN 

BALANCE LIKE RENT 

vnjATFj) LR 9>ntj: rmcLE 
HlOH LOCATION 
Cnapritao nir* IJI with tlroplAo* 
L-ibAp*d dlBUif oreo. rab kit wirad 
fnr ran** bIm doaitU* aloe b«t 
wA(*r lo troMBMut- LauBdrr tub*. 
Dr-lB d*rat* Frio* 

ONLY $8900 

ACT NOW — CoO Mr ffoualoa 
onrtlaa I-)*)): Re*. $ *47« 


IM PROPERTY FOB 8 ALR 


150 flOUSIX Ft)K SALE 


VAST. TOr-gOAUTT HADIATOH 
ropoira Boda work aad poiatiBO 
Ol MnrrlaaB ClMvrolat Otdaaobilo. 

Md TotAo Al QBBdfb VbuM 

9-I144 

BJCPVRT SOOT WOfUL TDMB-OV, 
AlixBinoAl Abd brbto r*pAlr* Robi 
Mn ffa 14*1 tb>AA 4-71H 

ifooNXTB AVra ^ShOT saov. 

9-4IT7 CABiblMjrAllMan rwBAliA 
poinUtui. otc 

104 AUTO BOOT WOU 
bbA PAINUNQ 


NAME YOUR TERMS 
Or Yoti Mov 
TRADE ANYTHING 


AVAILAHLS JA.SUAKY 1- BACHK- 
Iw Mb*. mnAUatne boStfUina- 
rocm. kiirlMA oral bAlbroctn Inruid- 
■n# pvAt*. waltr. hewf. refriforainr 
AAd oleetrtt otna* |U per mmK 
Apply Nn Ul aa lalarM Hiflwroy a* 


HEISTERMAN 


HAUNTED HOUSE 


A. BERNARD 


VtrtenA* Samoa* HaunCed 
HtAiaa" un IIARLAXO POINT la 
(«r wie lh$ ol 317U Perapn>-* 
Knad tVoiaa-rrorrUfr Oak Hav 
D' lintrtiiAl Mildmi impoti-jf rat 
dr-aiU I* ropAln mmurad full 
prk* a{ IM* charantr nnum 

^*‘^'^'"‘’*•“$5500 

Vuat ho roih. C^l DON 
BARVEY. 4r41 or 3 U«X 


Yet 10 yoa tbe oanar or builder 
nei ■ontliit RRA •r oflar Ihiv^ — 
t>omo v«ur letai or trad* ■ <ar. 
a boat. Al Asyiftlni vow ahouid 
have a» lull or port pavmani. Wo 
have 7 Mto Biae'v toeaUd m new 
Otanford Ate i^bdivuion with 4* 
It lA b) It fronutoa aad raluaa 
Proa II 4$0 to II 7WI FVtr tho 
eie. butidar we hay* a aiMctol 
oUar CaU L«n Thomot iod*« (or 
twrtbrr informeUwn a* DOUnLAB 
HAWKBR HFAL »TATB *l7a Fori 
8i 4-7I39 iwerktodi and rvenlnoi. 
9-M4)' 


Wd - TACAjrr. I 
dnplok. J ro*ou. i 
BMni and lurnaao 
1911 Faabrnko 
lUally 490 Fart t 


CLXAM. LOWSH 
tat rAOf* L«ao- 
I Fkaae rail at 
•r MoCABdloo 
FboM )-*m. 


COLLISION REPAIRS 
PAINTING 

Haweil Op-t»-OoU FalBt SbwB 
Bkiikd WorkatAAObia on aU 
ModoM— VW BpociAbaU 

SPEEDWAY MOTORS 
BODY SHOP 

t Tatoa Fboao 9-3419 


rtdht for o RXnikXO COOFIX 
Landfcaped Fenc*d NIr* llvint 
room witb flrtploiw DtMn* room 
Ono bodroAM Oo«d tItrbaD ond 
uttllt* room. Fart baioatni OIL 
minSACK Coneebloot lo'attnn 

S”o* $8700 

Mr A MtLoao 4 Olil ***• 4-MI7. 

• GONZALES 
SEMI-BUNGALOW 
4 BEDROOMS 
OIL HEATING 
PLUS BASEMENT SUITE 

Tlit* It a llB* bom* tilwatod oa 
a btauitful landarapad kt. ae- 
comaiodatlMi tnrludai thniurb 
hallwar. Uvtnt raota. rir*p)ae« 
modam aU-'- tttehen dininr roam 
d*n aua porob. tllod baUtraom. 9 
Urea bodrooma. aba 9 additional 
ba^rowa* up inl) bitb baataent. 
warkabop. ktal aulio with pbiirb* 
Ini el*« rana* from and rear en> 
IrAar* larwi* Mtur*t4 drlraway. 
epotieM cwndiUon ibrouibinit. Im- 
aedtoU poaeaMloA Cab b* pur* 
eh***d wiib kw down pAymont 
Ideal (or twft-(amliy bam* or eiira 
raveau. Il.duca^ $14,750 

Call M A CtBpbaU A-MM 


MERRY CHRISTMAS' 


aoirrn 


FA1HF7XU) a ROOM 
Intd Hoart awlU. aao 
n*Ai Far la* aad baat 
4-4497 


SEASON'S GREETINGS 
FROM 

THE MANAGEMENT 
AND staff 

MARIE ASH 
LINDSAY BOWEN 
J CARLIN 
ERIC CHAPMAN 
BUZZ FRASER 
DON HARVEY 
HARRY HOBSON 
BILL HODGSON 
C A JAMES 
J C JEFFERY 
ELSIE JOHNSTON 
W KENNEDY 
L E KIRK 
LEN DEDOUX 
E A MACFADYEN 
ALEX PAGE 
I G PATRICK 
VIVIAN ROBERTS 
ED SAUNDERS 
J D SMITH 
M N, SMITH 
L A SQUIRES 
RUTH SQUIRES 
MRS. WELLINGS 


talk thing* 


HAt.A-HXtnnTB 0C1imV7B7OI«. 
Xitra lam balMiaa ■>!** No hub 
winda or fload* boiihrr toiokt, 
ametl to* or imof Hlob orrd dfV. 
«kw of Mouai Baker and OuU la- 
loon* Lou of ownablne A oerfer* 
betiib raurt And a rtrtual para- 
diM. On MalabAl Kiihwav near 
Min Ray For mformalion and 
M«u*rtl«B rail Mr Aiaib Barisna. 
Da* pnont l-iail eveamn 4 ltk7 


MOOSIU4 ) ROOMR BXLF CON- 
tata«d. lower duolet. TV oeriol 
Bodrooa Ur*e eoouob for eiira 
rrib »U S-77M 


OAK BAY 

5 BEDROOMS — DEN 
FAMILY ROOM 

Sparieu* fanny homo actnaied an 
lam enriaoed lot. Coaialna ra- 
cewtlna ball lari'* tl*'a< rooau dis- 
Int mna aad doa Up-in the-min- 
utw klirhen witb latsa (aaily room 
off Two-aler* woihroom on maia 
doer. Fir* bedroina* uatuira ood 
9 Mlbrooma ail H W heatitit 
TaJrrt IJd) Thl* homo baa beeo 
pruad for isuBoduu e 1 O orvA 


DUFLtX. 3't ROOMS 
oa* roam Rede.ortt#* 
nt ■* Mack to bue and 
4-9M7 


103 ALTO FINANCING 
•IMl INSLUANCR 


$1950 DOWN 


NRWLY DtrORATEO I ROOM 
awiit wUh horhrvBdv lat aiuvo. 
Pteno 9TT94 or 97739. 

BRIGHT UPFSR BUITX FRIVATX 
both. eairaniw. AdulU. IM. 
Fbono 9-*T4 


Automobile Firx)ncing 
Auto Loons 

Moatbfy tbaUlaoMl plaa (IbABaloi 
o( ootomabUoa. bOwoaboM oppB- 
ontwa fdibltbro aad oommorclal 
oqiiipmaai 

bloAoy oAflag roua oa duo*i ooto 

looaa Ufa btanrAMo op lo II, MS 

At AO titro cook Ooboroia torma 


WK CAN BUILD FOR TOD UNDVR 
NHA on lb* loUowiAo MU. onr 
tuin* art on tba ormrtktt 9 on 
Rirhardaon 9 «n Tudor 1 on 
UariM Or naor HnulUiaa 3 o« 
Uertiman 1 oa 9th naar Rurnmil. 
Fru-a aiOSk to I ) 491 At** manr 
more Moroy M Johetatene Real Ri- 
ure rbaao ••174] 9944 Doualaa 
Biml _ _ 

OOUCLAS VALLBY SL'1«UVI»ON~ 
(■nuBlaa arvt XrnnoUi Streata l4 
ehfk* wSMint loti taund ln«oM> 
merit C«. Lid.. 77* Fort Biiwet. 
4n4k 4ay a. 4 kin or b)Bll rvea. 

ROrX^^D ARFA - BXA'Tirri, 
ruri® tom n h.a. aff«ov7u>: 
II 7Vi UP prrxM (uifrwx. aioax 
J 3nvi cm BROKE^f.K _ 

uiT 6$i~ woonncRH. dax ray. 

Tree* l;m Kancm. T4ro4 

NORTn tAANICD VR7iP):RTIwi 
GordMi Hulma Ltd.. Sidney UR 


I •i-nl* mdn alun-o hutui tiin- 

• led an nulai *tre*t with n« Ihru 

• ■aflK CompriMi LR wub FF 
rheerfol cab elect kU w<lb din- 
■ n* orta t tpaeioat bodrma , )-pr. 
•aih luU bami oiih dr -In HA 
heaiuif. cioM M all lereirfa 

$9850 

Oa G*ner«a* Tanea 
Fhon* M' Raney }-l)4d, 
olfleo 9-3411 


ROOJdS. QOIIT COUFLX. NO 
Udraa nu MtnU 


Mr. Blanntb. l-tlfl; araa I-IIM 


Jan. 20 In Fob 18 (AquBrlu*) Slrpngihen your 
linanriRl position: 5 Friire langihlf giKMi.s. Mskv commer- 
rial stridp.A In Rftrmoon. 

Krh. 19 to Mxrrh 20 'PlArpsl AiK'ar*i'»‘ your affairs 
at a hrlbk parr; mlisl thr pfi-vicfs nf oihPiT. 

Planning Ahead GikkI for rnlFrltlmng sociatnllly. 
vtc.. Doc. 26 29: J*n. -1 6 « II. 

e FRIDAY. DfcX'KMBKR 77. 1W7 

T'tflay'a Quniatli'n; "C'omfort and mdolonre am 
rronif'h ' Hood 

Fnrtiiy for Fvrrynne Tldnk Miing* tiirnugh. adopt 
a (Vrnw*r\Rtivp and fconomical i>olnf of view for best 
rr-sulH. Rc conMrInriUo, |mKnd Impontonal with othprs. 
slow fft make rhangns. 

for ymir Blrthdaln And Btrih*lgn Ih'Iow 

March 21 lo April 19 (Arlrwi Complrtc tasks; dls- 
poM* of probloms; utirnd lo dlrf, health. Weigh, con- 
'.Aider, think. 

April 2n to May 29 (Taurus) Limit sorlabillty. 
rhanc'F-taking. AUend lo the pra'dlcaUtiPs of hfr. 

May 21 to June 20 ' Gemini) - Attend to r(*gular 
task.*, duties; maintain gfotl vtlll of higher ups Snc 
friends 

•fiine 21 to July 22 sL'anew) Desrjnp a sound out 
pKrk: don'i hasr action on feeling. See elders, parents 

July 23 In Aug 22 (Iy*n> .*J|iengthen muiuni lund.s; 
hal.ince the Imdgri. don't wa*tr ttie day. Kstimate con- 
servatively. 

I Aug 23 lo Sept 22 'Vlrgoi Ho rmirleiju*. con- 
|aidei-aie of others, but huld your own. make quiet prog 
' res* 

I Sept 2.1 to 0<l. 22 (Lihra)— Take time to organize. 
^ plan; be modorale in din at work. See people. 

(Jet. 2.1 to Nov. 31 (Scorpio) - Care for regular duties, 
responsIhOKies before relaxing. Veto extravRcance. 

Nov. 22 to Dec 21 (.Sagittarius) Fulfill obligations 
al home and in busine.sa. don't nt-glecf either. Relax In 
evening. 

I'Tf 22 to Jan 19 (Capricorn* Recherk Ideas, de- 
(ati.s plan.s for pracUcality'^ sake. Organize, sysiemaiiizA. 

Jan 2ii to Poh 18 'Aquarius)' Be thrifty: save; pro- 
tect assets. Do some realistic- thinking, planning 

Feh. 19 to March 30 cPlscesi .<seek attention, but 
be c.niitious, practii-aL Finish things, buy necessities. 

Planning Ahead - (oyod for entertaining, suclabillty. 
etc Dec. 29. Jan. 4. 6 , 8 H. 

, cRalmad by CwaanitdAiM Nawy Fraium Inr ) 


k-BBDROOM ■(.UTB. LANOFORO. 
Adulu. Ml. 4-173* 4r k-lMt. 

CROl.’NU rLOnR.'9-nOOM. SELF 
niMainad 9-HM 

Rxi^ 


Island Finances Llmltad 

1119 BrwaS atrwM FhOM 4-443) 


Moat aaiirabl* ad* 

cl*An 3-ti*«iriMm 


imabcwlbtaly 
_ itiicc* buiualow 
witb atabwtABf aAa*lt«> racmciaa 
mta la eoMaant VaaatlAn bltab* 
and Itaint room wAU-to-wtl) rarpri 
larludad 


ONK-BCOROOM SUITR 
JubtMa, ns rAtMrtfi k-WR 

MOf«R^ T^KX^RbokL'WATKR- 
froat 4ual*i l-li** 

THRXirR 6 blirvUtn~AV*ILA^ 
Job I. 499 Fhaaa b-MTI 


Frank A. Martin 
Agencies 

m* RLARBRARD VT 


Uuiinb olMir*4 HA 

Osrof* bv braamwty, 

utility roon Nrat *nS *AalW-beal 
rarifaa. Toaai 4140 eio yrin 
FrUo _ ..51 Z'OOU 

C.J RarrIaataA 1-4141. •**• l-$k*4 


CAR BUYERS 


JOHN BLAIR 
LIMITED 

WISHES YOU 
ONE AND ALL 


0‘>r Flnoortai Aaryir* as Utw Cmi 
will bal* ym atafer • baiiar 4 mi 
A ik ua NOW ba(«r» y*u buy 


THRU LAROK ROOMS UROUMD 
Ma al yua n* 1194 Baoul Bmll R* 

UH FlAn and 

APARTMENTS WANTED 


A M. TAYLOR SPITTAL 

431 FORT VT 


A VERY MERRY 
CHRISTMAS 
AND PROSPEROUS 
NEW YEAR 

TO AI.L THX RICE miKYnA 
wr VK MADE AVn Atx THf^tE 
WK WILL MEET IS U9* 

OmCE MANAGER 
AND ACCTK .ITANT SP.CRETART 
Blit RCr# 

FROCTRTIEB 
J M«fin 
9>ank Long 
Kan Jar tan 
T -m Mullati 
K S na^Mbaw* 
f ain*ai7 

FRANK A. MARTIN 

NEW MORTGAGE 
EASY DOWN 
PAYMENT 

Oa ihi* b>**>» 9 b*«r«am hom* 

Thu hom* flta rontral hall. LR 
UR Mvalv raMMt ttUbaa Fl4li 
h*m{ OU-O-Macir baai cie««-)n 
larak* Rom* I* naar aom»(*tM« 
bcii roci cowUt oiiU ba«t yitur eb«tr« 
bf InUftor i«|or* aitqatod oa • 
ntp.a otWB liK Clow t« buao* aab 

.... $ 12,000 
Tour wiiar nr DOWR FAYMRKT 
CaU K*n Jrnata t-VO* «r 
Wat 9-99M 


HEISTERMAN & CO. 

■ t*t«blubr« 1144) 

1191 Blknabkr* Blratl i-4 


l&ft PBOFKRtT WANTED 


R V T I R X D rOUPlJt RtOCIRX 
• town* tiaar apaytatoat by January 
I fUnl |7b-$4S m>*r BUf -« 
fual but*. 3-N4). *ra( 9-3347. 


AUTO FINANCING 
Custom Finance Ltd 


CASH FOR CXIUVrUABi 
BaU that utr* Mt c3-Blla rirdo). 
any t*od dlMrlrt Baa* (Id* b«lld*r. 
Call DukU • C*. 9-49t9i ****. 
3 914* 


MERRY XMAS 
AND A 
HAPPY 
NEW YEAR 


Hf. LANULORDB* WX BUFPLY 
laaanta (t»a Rantalt Unild 3 J944 


STEWART 
CLARK & CO 


MU Dwaala* Bi 


m UOtSES TO BENT 
n.HNisiiEn 


IM FARMS FOR HALE 
•nd WANTF.D 


lOT CABS aaa TRFCBS 
WANTED 


( AAA UNDA MCrrXL GRAaOUS 
U*Ui* In Ihit aaoanit* atirariivr 
IWo-brHroom bwnctlo* Ua lui* 
Iraiuraa Ftraplarc. aireinc kii- 
rbrn aatoceaitr haat. Dai. wark 
or mnalb I-I93I 


104 Erwutkibb *t Pboeo 4-3*4) 


A GOIV) SMALL rAR.M NXAR THE 
**• T)u* It •& riawrad. (anrwd of*! 
CTi«* rari'Wd ExrwDorit F* Inforr- 
limiM and all amall truiu. Iatiw 
dam r>w irvlta'Wm Bant (or 14 rmaa, 
•ad oaimr nciiid'nct Alan (amtly 
bnmo Thu l*nd rvaHd ba *wM<vtd*d 
In Ih* luar (wiwr rnamr* Iraviag 
I iiy. Mum te *.4d Phan* (nr hig 
infimnacUMi Prt>-* lia.rM. R o. 
Vm VK7-*1a Rrwfty U4- Ikttti 
•<** * $r* 


QUADRA AUTO SALES 

FAYS TT*P CA.SH («r CIJtAY CARR 
xn YATES PMOMC swn 


NRA 

l.#ti Ward)* 
Lmw M<*)li*1 
UMimAWCX 
Ron Marita 


FHOWR 

BCFOfkl BACmincZNO 
MATNARD-B 40CT1ONB1M 
Caab ar Cnaatvamoal 
4-M94 _ 

1.XT OB BILL TOim CAR FON 

I nui OcjMt rwalia al Tbrtfcway 
lolorw Owadra at Fombroba 
Fitob* 4 44a 


CORDOVA BAT WArmeRONT 
iriiitr p/rtiv farmvbril Cual 
• iMd farnarr Oa*n (iranurr 
Atkitabla (or 9 moattu. Rrni 94) 
4-4497 


A VERY MERRY 
CHRISTMAS 
TO ALL 

Is the Sincere Wesh 
of the Monopentenf 
ond Staff of 


Congrotulotions 

to our Controctor 

W. Earl Eby 

ON WINRIRO A NATIONAL 
DCaiGN AWARD 

Wa ar* aary b1a*Md-la o((*r *t- 
vMaltrl* anerthar at )Ar Xbr * 
apltridiillr datlcnrd bomat A popw- 
lar aolK-Uy*, plan It bai 9*tl9 
Uyiaf room. Br;<bt knchm-dloailo 
rombUianoB with dhiint paito TWa 
Ury* hadrowraa room lor add)- 
(innal bodronm nr RR b) irotind 
l**rl baartnrnt Hot-wairr Oil Ivaai. 
Twn-r-ar raroort. Bo* ci* nian. m 

k;,?;;;; $ 12,600 

l-TTbT D Wfim RXB 3-4199 


CITTR MOTT IIEAITIKIT NOMR. 
I'.vprniMca rrnt (ri.r lo 9*rwwrt' opaak 
in* enjuta* (•« rarr M *M.-r|} f*nllM 
man. Pat* 44$ i>«rct 4 an*. 


cahu for carb at artb 
HCRKHIDB AT HAJUtUrr - 3 4383 


4-ROOMXD FURMBnXD 
for f BMaUta *r mar* 9 
onili* Bt . VieioMB 


iiocmi 

' 3*39 


THRCX-nnOM FURNIRlIED COT. 
lac*. baUtroeok. OU rani*. 4-3J41. 


YOU-DRIVE TRUCKS 

Ftekbpa. paarlA 1 And I - tan 
mnvMt *48* with ramp and raar 
Bwtr*. IrMft ctcHiy Flatdwck* aad 
dump trwfk Only paraomal drutr'a 
Uc*M* r*8«)rod 

TILOEN RENTS ALL 

Tkpa* o( Oar* aad Trcrak* 

.AE:-.-. » ».«■ 

lie 


4 ROOM ROUBg FUU T FUR 
aiabrd Yl«W ttayat. *•9773 


SWINERTON'S 


EVERY 


BURNRinX OKTRUT 
Klirhwiv icvctudiiM ranp*. Iliinf 
1 hcalTT«wBa >pr>uMK tall boaon 
W>*M rumac* Vacant Jan t, f 
|?0. rrr<*r Irat* Fbav * TVw. 

nNAxruL WRveY itd 
1U4 Orvarnnim) Sirrrt 


CHRISTMAS 


■OTRIS 


SEASON'S 

GREETINGS 

FROM 

THE 

MANAGEMENT AND 
STAFF 
OF 

BOORMAN 
INVESTMENT CO. 
LTD. 


A Merry Chrisfn^s 

AND A 

Hodov ond Prosperous 
New Year 

TO ALL OUR OLfXNTB AND 
FRlfirDB 

McCANDLESS REALTY 

_43*_FORT 

BRinrTWrOD FRomlm 
4 roMM and uUbty. braad aaw 
M4M and taribi 

4 r oam* Aovn, 9 *p tandacapatf 
rrwat and bCMk, 41. IM dowa 
Ow*d bwildia* Wu •« water mala, 
trwm 1094 

Call Kaattat 931 ar 904X 


Ritz Hotel. 710 Fort St. 

FU H I UbPTXP AFARTMtinw AND 
ROOM* 9-1411 

Bavatp* eotatc* Farmaiuat 

TT %ba>*a7 

GLEN COURT HOTEL 

•7 a W*«k Ob 707 Blanibard B4 
FtkOb* 4-4M4 i-4T7a 
Obdar Naw Manai *w t««k 

RXTXMLn HOTXL 
lb «ny Mnua a»od*f*M rat«a 
UaaaiMt aa4 pormaaoai BWMtb 

te l**B*•pMt rnnma TV IB mvuiB*v 
Tataa >b«v* 4-MU. 


I-RM 7IOUBR IN OAK RAY 9$)4 
Fleraarr Bi l*l prr mo \t 
rani AWo l-rm bau*r naw *a- 
ranl Jlk Bt Jam** Bl Rrnu l$4 
p*r mo Fhon* 3-4)44 div* only 
flirk* Raaitf Ud 


CAPITAL CITY 
REALTY 


(hat raallv rnaka a )tora* Thl* 
buiMar know* ihaf and h* hai 
nayar y«( coinplrtrd a hnaM brfarr 
II ha* b*tn bauant Hu latrat wtil 
b* rtwdy (or y*w M Ih* 1*1 of 
Fritruary. It U a 3-b*dr o on>. Nil 
tammant HRA hom*, bbt w)ib a 
di((*r*arr Th* r)o)b«* rMoat* ar* 
ratra larya Vaaity-typ* balbrnom 
Th* kitrhan ha* proparly da*in*d 
WMfb araoa a roal ntiwb and an 
ratrartor fan to r*m«o* t*nkla« 
iHB)** Hu U*tnf room and diaint 
room baa* boilt-ln yalaar** TbU 
hom* rampart* wub othat offarlnt* 
at (14.M4 Ttt* dowa pavmant r»- 
to'rad wig ba approt U444 and 

$! 4,950 

9-77*7 J MXARfl RIB 7-9444 


NXW. PAlHFIKtJ) t-NOOM »8 
Ittia dupiti Auto OIL baarmral 
Oarata Rant 4*1 X J BuDar. 
l-9tt7 ryra. 9-4149 WattaTb 

Horn ** Ltd 

4J10r)M Dl'PLKX <Sn)R.RY-(UnK>. 
llvtf\g room 91 n . 9 dnwtdo hwdrwrwn*. 
<-k<aa lo park arm Imon. FoWyiary 1. 

C Jrmta 4 Brmu XU Yarrow 
itdtbf. 444B1. 

4 ROObia AND tmUTT. XLBC- 
Irtc raaf* and waur taak. *11 haat 
WlUiitaati Intararbaa ara*. 44* p«r 
mwBlb. 4-9494 


EVERY 


$1000 DOWN 
FOUR ROOMS 

•V484 and 194 moaihly lakr* 9- 
b*dr*n liomr oa Frn«p*rt Lok* Rd 
Fiv* rocky acr*a aultab)* (or poul- 
Iry. N*ada loiaa flilni uP Good 
(or tcoBomical llvlnc CaOAA 
aad atpaniioB Onit })4u(JU 
Farcy Ama*. ]'743t, Xamiada 


IM nOirSFS FOR SAI.K , 130 IfOrSES^ FOR HALF 


FAMILY 


JOHNSTON'S 


TUX oLSHeins« m$ doogla*- 

A r*44d«auaJ hotal prortdtat avary 
*am tof4 ( m *>dorl y pawpM 

IM ROOM AMl BOARD 


WX VUtLD VX.A.. N H A . FRI 
*at * K aaapi Coe*tnru«« t-i944 

131 COirN^i HOMFS ‘ 
•nd PBOFF.RT1FH 


flMl Xilat* and iMurant* 
1014 Rtanthard Btrart 


WELL. 


HIGH QUADRA 
$1500 DOWN 

BrvI *•:«* oa ih* markrl M^vr* 
for pour lar.ttay la comlorl and 
yaJu* Btiparb bunpaMw with ba*o 
aiaat loya)y ruapu*. wir»d Invaly 
room* n**>. cuoa. Mulppod with 
ry*TT rwnvanlattf* B** «r youraall 
ihl* outaianr'tnc bar- dOOCa 
pa'b tl‘a (Ob* ODly 
Claraar* Gowda l-niA Xvaaiau 


BURDICK AVE 


eiDi-BV-eiDt TRIFLXZ. LAROB 
bvtnf roo«n kllchmma Iwdroow*. 
)-p(*C* boihrwwm. 944 1344 Jnba- 

aw 1-7444 


lAKuR tiWOtMVLKVTCL fRONT 
r>*MW «i)h frtvbia hothewun. nvyr- 
)r>AtnB Paaram K)B Park Frw mta- 
wblkin#. cHy iwntr* Rnctiab 
cobinc C'abfrirUiN* warm aur- 
rumtliMa GifTiorl Boam* tM Dmif- 
lo* Dam* 3-^ 

Dl (XJMrURT. VUU. BOARD IXrTM 

M«al tmwlM al rwamambla raiaa 


Meors & Whyte 
Oak Bay Realty 
Ltd. 

CAIA ••77*7 ANTTTMX 
3144 OAK BAT AVX 


NEW — 3 BEDROOMS 

$1300 TO $1500 
DOWN 


D'wr )o I'plond* A Im-Mr 4rnr*n 
nitrm btmnMw* with man* amw«^ 
ny* (*aibrra WkIp ratonibin ami 
ihn* hat) Uritf h*ichl llvinp rtwm 
iiUd "(wn Orretaiw full •<>* din 
Inc r.*«a at*rtrte raWar) Ml’ 
rlwn muPi d*w<4* borfr t * tn* wi?b 
WBlb M <U4pbr*nla. Iliad h*i)wr>*n. 
Crana cdl ftmara pavalopod fb’^n 
C«raaa Frww Mrlvid** wwl)-tmw«ii 
r-artw'i T>u* propdely it In tr>a 

. $16,800 
Vm *pn>4n’m#ni lo vtaw p'aoa* call 
Mr. GTc^ avo* 944*^ 


WtSHINli ALL A 
VERY MERRY XMAS 


SHOULD 


GRANT & JENKINS 

Ra«] BaUt* aad Inauraa** Ltd 

Lonatord ond Colwood 

FRAlRtR TlfRTORB^ Whlta atkit- 
ini with vwwr rn*wA* oaay X*** 
aad Raw Yoar why pwi lawb a*««ad 
aad aa* wha« w* bat* ta oftar in 
(Dvaauaani prwp-rty. homa* (arm* 
aad a<raop*y B«lnt tacal •taitU, 
a* ka*w tbU arwa thoroubt* 
Olva ■* a ebJ) aad a a*rry Zoka* 


B14 OAR BAY AVtRUK. 4 RHOMS. 
4 liadivnwa •'!) haattna CU& XaMcr- 
mon A Cb. 44ML 


HAVE 


m'K-ROOM mPLKX STAaOl*S. 
A^y 1)4 <«<*•• Rimd Ban 

T1IXKRROOM MOOCRN RO>-fK 
aaiih mow. MS 111 laiond Rlfhwaiy. 


Titraa naw NHA Ritma* affar *•« 
full batommu kiI ba«« driva-la 
tarataa and aaiy N R A tarma 
R«**rai BOW urHlar raaatriiwllM la 
aarlou* porta *f tb* city For 
furtikar inlormatlwai wr add****** 
Iw *taw call Lan TTmmaa al Dwwt- 
to« Rawfcaa R**l XaUU 417A Fort 
•t. 4-71* laftor boura J-4M4i 


DUPLEX $2000 DOWN 

WALKtNO DieTANCX 
Full poatoaaWM bafara fi*w Taar 
towar— Urlnt rwwm. (iraplaca rab- 
la*t kltchan. I badrowm*. rambrok* 
bath Ubpar -Utlbf rotmi 11x91. 
badrwom Mtll biubaa 13alX bmb 
and aaparat* Mtat I **■ ran|a* 
includad Fari baatmta'. F«»*d 
aawdin fwrmac*. <OOrSn 

BartMa ai . _ . . .. ♦OYUU 
Alat Fap*. »-«74l ar 1 19M Rorib- 
w**tara Bocurllia* a( Vutoria Ltd , 
•91 Tal*a (brait 


AIXOmdOOiTIDR (R L O V B L T 
•*mb far *ldiMty tody or •Bpval» 
Mk W arMbB aara. 4-a i4L 

TOACKfU HOTXi: ON ROCKLARD. 
•nt* hb* MxurltuM arrewimodattun 
(or 1 ar 9 aduUx. k WM; 

l/yVKLT ACCOMMODATYON FGR I 
m 3 bimlmi glrti; boaid dytWnai 
BJTPt 

NGOM AND BOARD TOURG IdAR. 
41* wo *k)y U94 MtOmw ^ 

WnRXrnO TOCRG MKN. OTT. 


MODRR.Y IROOM WATXRrRONT 


HAYNES 


HOME 


pi a m wl in Jarman 
bwiB RamtTmait i 
r* -bi RkcfMlwb 
T* .aa Frtrw ... 


GRANT & JENKINS 

Fhdma- Offl**, 4-1794. 

•o*. 4-94M or 4-34I4 


BNQCriMALT' Qba*rwpl*x wUb all 
mtlM rudr o*lf-roni«in*d On* ya*r 
aid Bturra Rrrrr had a tacanr* 
Orpaa raaanu* 4374 montblv. Ownar 
paya antr tatt* aad waiar T*rwia 

k:"*"* $24,000 

Floaao **k tor W Jonoa 9-4944. 
•van lar* 


E E. HEATH 

•99 Talaw etroat 


Build $000 Down 


$7000 

Fagr-rwem morcu buaca)ow n* 
aaw. ala* li*kat rwwm opaa tirw- 
p)*r* dlnatta aad kitrhaw twm- 
Mn*d oU tanct l-b'o.-r balit aft 
baD 4 badroomt Nil ctaanl 
o«*«m*at hot air fumaro at- 
lorltad yartfo AU tb parfort *■»- 
ditlob CIa»* la Dana* Road and 
•waeap HiU Taxa* III*. CMor utl* 


Good Approrad Ml alw* 4444 dR-» 
naw Itoina Maav wt* u abbMa 

(rata F«* Ir.rormaumi c*U 4-1*94 
tor R Mllkia ra* . 9-947I. or D 
caraub. ra* 9-74)4 

BYRON PRICE REALTY 

III* Q.*adra tiroai 


WA.VTEt> 9 GR X BCDRnriM RTIMF 
tub Haw dUirtn profarrad. Rrwaniv 
bam 


cRARic acLuaioR 
FAmnrua-cLoaB ir 

A (aw abrrt Map* t* Nt J»«aph't 
lloamiat and Raacoe Rill Fark 4- 
roiNa mwwara baacaMw •( j bad- 
room* arttb lorfo fivlar roam tlorr* 
•paa flraploc*) dMma rwMi. kabisa* 
kuahaa Ummit. ftraaaa Oib*r 
(rataraa or* lb* Ihrwbtti ball. Iwaaiy 
Francb dowa* to raar poiM aad do* 
iifhtraUy tavlwdad traaid*. *tw*b* 
aiiarwr. Mw ««lUn*« air f*aab la 
iMbdl* 49 4*4 FqU p*U« mily.44 444 
CaU kdrt watr 9-49)1. •**• y.lipi 
04aUR * CO R1AL1T 
lit Fort eutad 


CynUTTMAt FACKAOt 
Jaa* h*rf*M l*r ai*.n*r • tounr 
cowula or a ratira* enupw Cam- 
po'l 4-r*wm biimtlnw ,t> apo-irs* 
rwndliua aulmnatir *ii bm ••<** 
haai wi.-ad (nr rar.ta arparata 
aarata aad aU klad* •< (ruit traa* 
•iiuaMd aa J larta ui* Ttraw 
arranrad and anl* 14 794 Rva* 

4 M44 Rata* • Twdar Atanclaa 
I-II3I 

NKW 3 BROROriM ~R) VGALOW. 
hlph Ural (Ol map* parto-i F* ro- 
tr ad Pratfla emBM. CMb g puaHIRb 
d-Ult. 


«INOI.t RCKIIi OAK BAT. KliR 
Utratrt Xa«al^t (o^ 9-9441 

CARK Foil 8SM1LK GXNTLSIdXM 
la raUiM aurta'i b«m« 4-9414. 


U7 HAUJk gTORO biM 
OFTKia TO RFNT 

FOR DyW.VTV»«W BI’XINXU'Td 
cbtoukk r*UlJ «r •rtaUoaa'a ai<*iw 
ac adllrwb at r*ab«ab4a rtatala 
J R U Pwmd«b 17174. 
CabUdb Ud. Xoonlr u*. * n44 . 

MOOKRfl ornccB 


urr YocR Hoesr «nm 

NOLUrX RKALTT LTD 9.m4 
And Frtpaiw M Idovw 

ro«~rH)MKS IN OOtfFOUO. LANG- 
(erd MW «ira« A Jatuina roar Mai 
oaonu blTB LancfcPd. 


CRAtOldYLX 1137 CRAIODAR- 


FTVS • ROOM kdnClBUf HDkdR. 
Qaradt la Laartard Pnto 17 $4t 

Down aarataai II I44. baisnro aaat 
wrma A4BD i* A. U. kdoboar. 
• 3949. 



24 (lolimtflt VietorU. B.C.. Wed . D«c. 25. 1^57 


Sttifly Took Too Long 


Thai >« rIosH io 


an «>|M«h«l »\pni »n Ameiunn 
ft.rrsh\ h-- b«*»*n arhlfvH m «ht* wmkinK lif*» "f the aserage 
a ro-.j>erativ*' pKO**'* »»* **.« 

I’s fuu-«itry -«*tMrp and fall- IMI*()KT\NT *1(01’ 

(oi nirt Inatituip nj Te. hnology. \S hen the preaenf \iro\p< t 
The ippnHiui-ilve ryclp nf the suitinl the snuthern pii*p v.nn 
pine tree long that s»*netl- rtioHPn i" wi>rk uHh Ihts saiJ- 
rists havp not been able to eiv not only flower >> earnet , but 

al<o ihe most ImpiMtant pulp 
w«md ii»*e in ih«‘ ivtumry and 
15 (Men gioMn an a rrnp. like 
• I t-in. 

The gi‘nptl<-isi*« Mailed with 
HPlpfiPil 5epd5 fiom a single 
irrH* Tliesp s«>^K w«‘ii* pl.'tnierl 
at me t'al Tei-h researrh Inlv-ra- 
;|orN where rlminiic rondiiiori;; 
*.i. M he ronlrolliHi 

t’,en the weds sprnllled 
ri,,. „f Ihe small tn*es weie 
pldivst imder nf rnn 

iin>iim<. summer so that they 
grew rapl'lly Some uete 
plfinlpf) under cumliiions nl 
altertune sunimer au'l .. i 
sn that thifp \s*re M^seial 
Veailv glovMh r>^les Path 12 
liiociihs Klnall> S::me were 


StVMile (jrtle 


Uiirhivay 
To Ring 
Winnipvg 


\ei>fmin(llan(l Kledion Storm 


(»cl Out, Indonesians 

Tho fricnfr* Fsprslen shiK from nnvni port* 
bast* ai I)t*n IIHdor. Holland, fo aid rerjuu 
nationals cauishl in ih»* anli-Duifh loavr* 
drive in Indttnesm. llip \o>sr| farrii*s nosiai 
1 loops St‘M*r hundiTd Duti'h womrn prori; 
and childn»n ha\<* boon ovaruaied from DtPol 
Jakarta by piano and takon In Sinca- Jakai 


Mayor She 1 1 Re 

' 

Despite the Men 

‘1 \^"as Cool, 

Colleded' 


Derbies Coming Back? 
Yes, but Not Much 


mi'iTthei , " <aid "'»e «hn*« rnao' 

AgPI hnH pupulHI Ihe Mom 
sfiei I’?.--iHrnt 
Kisi'.,j...v.rr wore one ai !-v 
hist in>iugmili. Tiiel t..:; hap 
pen t<» del h! ■ . tin, ■■ 

The •■imeb.uk tif the derhy 
iiuf of f,«shion sinre mp d.>^ 

!>/ rniwi<i,’he i uj» h».: :it this 

•jrt-. iil.iiinn fir.m «*v! 

'll means Hi*tt the Knjtish 
inMuentP 15 gaining » f« '■•••Id 
in AnieiU^ Thi”. ve I ,• s 
Iwfii p'ipoUr in Kii|ji.«o<l ever 

*1Ilie I.OI'I rtt'l'h) !!!! : ::ltllrei1 
j! :hP A S b*‘foiP 

\iiii »nd 1 wpip horn 

"And I l: ;- the> )i ivp ip 
poplil l!:P:e hr -1 niKP 
the F-i cli-h ha\P to k.-pp ill 
ihBl (ne off Help we don't h.ive rk; PIANT 

too mie h ! !• i* ■ \ n Jii;'. (hilumhia the 

handi-ap. II '.-lu know whm I wuthl-. largest fi'M ••old iniage 
me* - plant at Priii'p It-Jfip-' 

Me ’* .-T ;i«ikpd •»* <•' ; 


NKW YORK 'NANA' More 
jnd moie we)IH«* pd men me 
b«'ginnins lo wtin- - * ' 

Is Ihe dprhy f cofnmg 
ha. k- 

Sn manv of the stiff Home- 
si. sped bow let": hH\-' ' : ’»pen 

jii....nd town pvpee.rtily «long 
smart M.^dr-^on Avenue tiMt 
Ihi tppoitprdid > -••'■i Kii'L' 

'Noi itvi noMeenhle \Pt. --^Md 
» spokesman a* ^ptt,.iii 

p,»..La Rro;*.. . "Rill thpiipod 
seems !'• be here wo:, - l'*t 
m.irr deiji..--. being >id ih.ui 
ts^t \psr, or imUIsp iheie air 
sorne men who wouldnt bP 
caug'nt dp.id wparing » deHu ^ 
OMipr -"••p«. so.-h Moh'-T 
Mfli, say tt- piurhii'»e of 
dp.htP* U.i*. MMSOM will d'-v!h ' 
ti.si of Um >e.»r -'d »‘H 

sv^lanrop If pn^plp m hi h 
pU.es fcisrt wpattng ihom. "Re 


I'LARKNVIU.F NfM 'I'P' 
The ••|•l^nrwtlmm1■' of i •ai 
hoipl app .. fiisnlv osishh'ihpd 
s« N'ew founilUtiH w (O'.! wom.in 
m-ivot dP-tiile sinrmv nppi* -! 
i.on fr<*m some of Hip mi»lP 
MMineiUnis .hp tiiMeU«M‘d in the 
N'WPmttPl e|vir pieellon. 

Pining ihr •‘•'.■eijuenl f i«5 a 
male ma-. 1 five > oiuu >|loi . 

resigned N!i- llartv 'Blaikie' 
pifi\e| jS'Ileil ITfi of the J'V2 
\nips .-isl in IliP town 
m.'ie than snv of the other 
eight poiin'illo!‘ inrludi^ / ti»*r 
hushiMM Rs I iiMom. mo- 1 New- 
fmuidtiVid MMim 0« elei i 
mav.'.r the prison who he-ids 
if.p pnM h'll Hie eouni ll \oieil 
n\ 61 to (Mil M'leran rouiu lllnr 
Ro\.e Smith .19 liMsI gai.ige 
mana-.'Pi . in the 


( hristmus !tah\ 


While t-= '|e>ke. utie..... I R 

mIpw .. oivi .ind 

ruMeil and -^red ' Spp wh..! I 

ITM'an Hos f. 5.l|.i Uugh- 

II. g ai Hip other mai filigl'i 
III never hu* a deil>>' not 

\m|p -II my fne*-' M" 


Wind- -£ltd ' A dP! 

off r.i . \ iii A gO«*d W I 
ri lls f.ivt Not like .1 p' 

.M .1 Momb..; »• •.vhu h • 
lull slop a few fee* aw;i\ 

.» rtptbv -I :”d • Jp.ir 
Ihr -il.a-i if the w; 

A oiinilver of m*"o iio' ' 
ill'! wme n.*xi iTite 
al.ing Madis,m and Park Ave 

II..- 

One ^ •lip*l pl.terlv ■ gei ilp 
man. a -aid \r- ... : .n 

... » wi-ie a evPiiiOi:- 

Jt I* l*> ' With a i'hr.,ierfipid -nai. 
psio*. .all'-, when ne goe*. in the 


nirvtTMiM HI isvsfcroRT 
risiiiRs 


MR.S. IfARRY DRm’KR 
. . woman mayor wins out 


Pi over 


ilospilnls Alt Sri 


vpinment 
p of es'-i 


N o\ s Sri '• la 


r>.C.Km|)lovcf 
To Seek 
Piihiie Pallv 


m av oi 


Nol Nfiiotiiililc 


■ '.I ’ ..oph • 

midoiKiii 

I. . V iMie.t the I luld- 


Iw ’■ • „ 

jll set foi 4 ■;•••=" 
:-tfi!.-i5 and 

lo m.ike Ho‘ t'i 


mqiio'. iiitn III. :=H:-.n 
riipiri; Rf ..iH'iiiii*' 
riftooi,.. .1 sipwafi Snv'h K\«v ut i\es of the B {’ tdivern 

The who fli*it the mont l-hnpi-ix r*’- A'*‘ ta’ itio _ ^ 

Vai'.'O'ivio pf eiTiiM--» '' tv* h-.-? di’i idrri lo a publi»‘ ^ lum 

|oi». being la ‘ ‘d e.ii her lh-“ ■ i i; ,ifi .lo. ..iif of h.ii ^ ^ 

mooiu i.iid uiv- to send e= ;; n.-h:, for .-i\d «'*fvi»iu : ‘ ** 

pa'tnen's to a Halifax ad-h rjiiel t:-^-:do'i Slmr, Mr S 

Mill be asked to =a |he .-•-tI--?!:" 

piii-iht- in-.ii»iig liMih-i H..'- I. , ...- .t b*. I'*” 
if twiant of lef.-iriiii-s ap ii-;;ghl 
|v..::;:e<| b;. the goiPifimeni U«t Mi:.p 
.tlllV (vHlion 

R- ■■ Hip .;-d sf-fsaniv sod v‘ -i‘ ‘a 

I'lP iimmi Will ha VP to fu - w h a 
pai hnpfs fo. Ihe heaio-g ;r..-\Ar 

whirh will pinhahiv not be was noi 

heatfi until next month left in <' 


mni e i:...;; Jfilisihi^l ■! 

-} be found in a 

famhousp ir.>. il i>\ 

a» KMoi.silo. Onl Me 
f.iiinil the mmiP' uodi f' ■ 

fppi of •• •I Hi m ihp — *'Oi 

.if ihp h ■' - n.-..- 'ban 


di- for Hhoii' 


^piisl ... .Si.iff lit hiiHi h' 'pHa-~ wint 

■I •mild jv- o.o tM, lf» H.«j*k Hie nians frieodv nnd 
h»v*n M*ni home to ■iiKaoi-.:'; wtio have lielped 
ifi rr..:.*- H.. .•-.nn happier for 

o^^ll;.;: Ihei- will 'beir p 

The ds\ Will he lr»* rheerv 
for • her small gioup of 

shiji in* Thrv are orpufia'oj 
of the iHv |K>lipe jail. No 

|~”. -= ■ , no vi*i»ing nai/il* 

f.-i . bill a tiiikev dinner lor 
Hirv giioip wh'iHe numtvpis won t 
he known until dinner la served. 


By Mnry Sup Mitipr 


N of ,tiihi|pe sang rarol« 

iV.i-M.k;^ the !i'i»|i|isl .... M-'-.. 
'•••Kin g s' 7 p m la-l night 

and -it .In«ef»h n wilt he 

ft ■ ; the «sme si iheir hospUal 
• mn* rung At the Is Her plai e 
0\ rubs fiom Saan: 
rsf' ■ fiorn H'e l.'iv*. fi at 'he 
of llumti'.'d* d Ru|»pri 
|a« e\r-.--;ng 

t'hrlstmav ms--* f»ir the staffs 


r I'lvnvnv 


Pri\ilr«eil Chararlrrs 


Ca ts Com p u tsory 
In Mexico City 


(wift ‘‘Diiles 
II us litnnh 


In <b> Vl«ii*» ■' •*» 

} i rv rm i los 
r*su"*>*ii a**a * 

s<nt,» la iiM'i- 

rrr‘ tt,.* »' 

• I4in,> • 

r»»*rn • • ■'*' 

<(» i>» 

ir «w 

fn.« -ll» •• 

• lift • <!•’' o,» 

•fie • e * 

bai'ie, ifi*- 


MFXIt'ii riTY i\ANA' Tfie "minimum •'•f no* adult 
\\’hi.e othei lan«|s set a'Ide rat jiei publh pr«’:... ■■ dales 

seven davs to honor unbv it's bark lo an eolonial edn i t-iII 
aiw..,. ; (’at Week in Mexifu piifotfpd In all tt'e advan- 1 » 
Toe cat pnpiitatirm of this ment and miHtenu.'sHon of '\>s 
n's ate privileged rharai ter* metropolis ihev have noi fo.iT.d 
One . .ujUI even thev are snv me, liam. il ••or.irtvani'e 

frline hureauiTMi* for ■ ate leplac# the g'eid offiies of the 
5%-.irpd joh* and pruteeted hv <-at 
;iif siithoriMes 

\-rordlng to law .■•vef. res 
taurant rafe, t:;' na« .•.vl 
or other gathPiing pU'e fm 
...•-:.ng* or divei '.in mu*’ 
maln'sin "♦ '•-.»» .w.e r-;t In kill 
rsfs «nd mu'e' 

Kv*n in H;a movies there ■■ 
a to ’.epp Ihe ; reason 

shiv free of rodents In ne..: 
nor'nnod houses he goes '* it 

h:=; rnnrea even during p**r 
formancpfl. 


Once Billen 
Twice Shv 


.. lining a t'hrlstmas parkag# 
Hie mailman brought. It sup* 
pfrspillv mnialned dates from m 
• iilonel staljoned In revolt lorn 

Algi'iia 

O..,.- bitten lW|... v. •. applies I'<diep opened the metal* 
In the motor ve.nute blanches bound wooden box and found 
in hfdh Kf* and Alhetta a i»mp bomb inside They ate 

Rfiili pfov • . thil year had trying to Iraee the sender, 

the same rolm lir'e»H*e pj.-.‘.''s 
b'.ie IfHenns on a white , 

- ..;.r-d It led lo siOtiP >1111.11010 lo Sta"f 

Miiniripalilie^* Talks 

Annual meeting of the t.'nion 
of R«' Muni'ipatiiies will h* 
held from Sept 24 »o -W in 
Nanaimo. <dt\ eouncil waa tn- 
formed yeaierday. 


niKISTM AS ACROSTIC 
.As wo hHvo A worii to lia.v. 

I/*t U'4 rail H niofling. 

Our acen<l:» for lorlav - 
\>rfifieit Yulr ^ifflinif. 

K\ ei*\ vv lien* tmni'.Tlh the trt^. 

I/*| hAv;* I’lnlion’ 

If « A d«v whnn Ihr-rr* should be 
Kxlra ndrhfAhon 

Ri-ve and shine* Let fares be few! 
luletide’s hne you know. 

Onlv joy todn\ for you, 

I nder the mistletoe: 

— From Mar>’ Sue and Lali 

OM*tifm IHt. r*»d fc'srptiM*. IM. 


roaruaviinv nr i*i«f»ti-i 
ol sssstdi 

Tisnras rot vsrMsntr *'0 
ft laoi n M ra»'i»i « 

Tan-**'. .. «• • 

t..r< . •: t »'V 1*1 •••» ■ ■ ' ■ 

.«*r So ti <*•>. a • - a 


l'.hf|uimall \rrr[>ls 

l .hrciiir ff»r 


lie |oi $1" a«i from Hie Next 
• ...itennial thing wi.i 

Her fo. development nf The R* 

Fr I'.Mfxe Park. w.,i gieer. iprri 
ot: lo Evrj'iimal! muni ground, =- 
r, C4)un. Jamea Bryant will be 


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Victori 


Qail^ (Culauifit 


morning, for a Chruimas vica knou take anuth(>r m)nul(» and 
tion In Eurup<‘ phone u«. too.*' m> Saamch po- 

Saturday afternoon thiev-? lU‘e. 
raided their house, ad-ires of 

1 which was iitcludcd In the nrwi }*■»•*■*■»»*"«**»*»»»: 


■ Saanich pohce have an ur- 
gent mt^Asage lor all residents 
planning vacations, at this time 
of year. 


Patches of gloom crept into, of manufacturing output pained a lower rate of spending on 
tl •• liottin m Bf - economy 'uhliy over ihe rt ->rd m-i in^ '*uiner durables ' 
du.uig 19 ', 7 , provim lal olll-* 1 Ur- but .»p ' ot U- Increas- "Aa the year elowd there wa.s 


e.Mimated Sb.OOO or $n 000 in 1 
clothing, silver, jewels and a B 
television aei | 

“You may l»p insured, too, a.« ^ 
these pe«iple were said the M 
.^saanlch offu'ers, but doni let B 
let it happen to >ou. { 

“When you take time to phone g 
the paper* to let your frlcn«ls m 


police know A watch can then 
be kept on the premises. 

Tlje Saanich officers cited an 
example of the risks run If this 
procedure is not followed. 

On Friday, social columns of 
the newspapers reporli'd depar- 
ture of at Saanich couple that 


Christmas 
To All! 


of economi-' pub- tifiuc<l ihiiiiic I! ■ with 

h-hod rda> Hd<tPio;--*i . .. n > 1 1 u c 1 1 o n of 

SI USTANTIAI. <> \ 1 .\ (ujwi'r and lran\piu latimi f.:< il 

*Tlie un-l---. .K Hi- --hotiS, govcMiineni build 

an- held ex»-mpliflc<l hy the ing aixl mumcipal serviot's. 
S'-ji'-fantl.il pajn in itie «uc ■'>t Sll UJI' I»H I.INK 
thi« lohc>r force rt-dulUnv' lo a Thci*- was a rivluitjon In 
lc\i'l of emp!n\»nrtn ^tf-itf: home building and a drop in 
than liie prevKHJLs yciii’-. iie.tK.*' new ho«\> LC»rsiru''llijn con- 
It V- •- repori-Hl. }!■;■ i...ef nnrt* was nnfl<i-ntd. tnwardv 

w* I.. I-., ht-cn -- '‘s the etid of ilte jenr. it was 

rrwik-' pi.iiiiom^ h-:?)!tv*r 't-«ti-il. Thi-. MMiplofl wiih the 
and {> 1 >W(khJ and to a lo -.-i cx »hatp deihne m Hw 
to ,t p^-ip and lii-w-piu.i uo.d indu t::.- lor«stry and 

World pn<e deriinf- foi our cx mininc resulted m aiK>ve nor- 
portj of • -pix'r. Ir.id it'id /u " ri'-il unemphijmcni at the cIo.se 
"li irp In pr-'.M. isor. rif ihe year, 

anil ciutpu' rd aluminum, tut- pi->~..i.si .ncorne, particu 
ur-il gas a;id aalH-*;..- v.c..- in laily i' fioin w-»cfts rind 

dlriUive of the «tro;.-tiis in the - d.ire <how»‘d further gc*-- 
etonumy. il w^ this vear. t<'>>sumer ux(>emh- 

The loi.ii of ail isno- ■ uc* n.- |. h*'.iv i thcjc v. 


iLC. Minister Reports 


Value of mineral production on a mu<lrst -.ale but Ifl.'ST jlt We 
B.C. this year dropped by an show^; a considerable increase g 
Itmaterl si'i.OOO.OOO fnan the over 1956 ,'’ xid Mr. Kicrnan. y 
cord figure of S 190 . 0 B 4.000 «-t I "Output of natural gas Is ma- fi 
year ago, .Mines Minister Ken- trrially Increased although ih<- H 
»th Kieman said yeatenlay. llncrea«e<l rate came into effr- i j[| ^ 

Copper output declined by a 1 ^’*' In 'he year following com- 
drd from the 1956 figures and piftlon of a gas rie.min" plant 
le value fell to less than half "f Pifwlines t„ .onvey ga> 

[ that recorded last year. The northeastern H C, In mar R q- 

jtnu! of silver, lead and zinc ^uthern FlC. and in 3 


*There Is a Santa Claus 


At least three Diefts firm 
cr -Aij jjmmed storr- have bc-en 
replied lo city polii-e. 

■fiieft i*f a S-iO «d!“.-trlc blan 
k<-i -ime liine M -=-" \» re- 

i. rt-; s*\ t! Hudson's Bay 


Store at Douglas 
rr lepjried theft some 
ter pm. Monday of 
ifcrculalot valued 


(.lirisimas Dinners .'stolen v 


Thlnvott who brokr into th(* rear of Sausage* Kitche>n, 
3D.T<) Douglas. Moneiay night saddenort owner Jimmy 
Johnston, above. They stole 18 turkeys valued at 
5190. all cleaned for early pickup Tuesday, and 
half-dozen hams worth atx>ut S5.5, which meant Mr. 
Johnston having to prepare sub.stitute 18 birds. 
Thieves also stole groceries, rigarets worth about 
S.VI 0 fi;pm Bluebird Market in front of same building. 
(Colonist photo by Jim Ryan.) 


*/ • stor**'o 

M;W YORK M'Pt Virgin!?! Clmis and "how do you recon • 

O Ha t-'-i for wbon; the f<^. 7 iou.v die it with the atomic ^r? 

*'Ve«.. Vii LMriia. it -rc l> a ; ■.nt* 'T replied thst the vr ilnex of 

( I Hi , ' . Inj t<ll =,‘- W l u»; ■- ‘ i-biorinl Otc‘ • Oil ns 1 rii«' ‘C: 

j.K-o:. ^ i,L-f faiUi ha . they cvti- wi ;<- ■■ :.-]>L “And 

no* . • ■ b> th»' f:-.n- . I odihd th.it my is that 

and dr- • H nf ihe atwir.;-- uy ■ all l!»r 'wohl will heli»-vp them. 

X'ligiMia. ‘-OW Mr-. \'i;yiin.« :.--r ... i p-*i nf ihe Wtirld. 1 

r- --i-Oe til Uin I'dllio- nf ii iV* nr. f- ii nf l)u* ,i|. . . 

t!w Jvi V. Y'm- '-.m tiO is;<'i != pi=-,*r«' • in H.- 

S'lkmg. T'i- ••'u* 1*11 MU* t!‘i' |l-■•il.^ . of i*ei»i.lM whu havi* Ihi* 

t'riiu. Is ibcrt* A .--i •' • I.iM .if hi- -m;J nmeen; 

I'l f-"-.*;./!;* 1 ' fi.i tlp*ir 

wndeac. sdO-H-'i v.his-h - i .Mi;;. 4 - 1 ‘id sill- often 

' He cxi>i* ; ii-j i jiii!> love rci'U*'"* p-ir* uf the »’»!ii»ir)al i-» 
a”'l pi-iierovlty yi-:l dev i » )i,-r putuls. com** fi-im f.’ 

CM'*, and Will ki'iiw ili.it tiny h.;! hospil,-,!.-; \Vh*- 

alMMind .uiU Bi'c t<j \-*or iife II . vlsiu her dauglilei. Mrs 
!».. ;..=vi beauty *i ..5 ■ It. ‘.’it H Temjr anil her 

rviugl.i: 'he i i-il - i s«u gr.iful* . ;-lren in .S'c.rth 
a UluOkl>n (Uiiilu' ■ 5 »> ;t f»»i i'h-lDi.'iP* N V to*'*- . ?r»e , 
ti rnnically ill. 'Mj-i.jid md ,;h|y qu*»te her f.ivi'ntf ; 

hi;-<l children, tolil to.- .- =- uon of Church's Inimortal 

\ K Tlmr *i)n* ^l ill f * - 
• .i-uonUhint* ■ ii.!:*.»Uftt of 
si'-‘!^'lcnce at 

p*- nle Wi';;: .f i.riOt*! 

rdi'yrial «i. - >lie 
fori*”*r >ri I' nt ilus v* .:r 
If -*>e ?.i)ll hfllrv<-<i in 


vitamiiwind-mincrsl enriched and 
rtsdv U) serve with outk or oUk* 
liquids. 


^ %‘^-y * tMOTNii 01 1* 

; Babies have s wiy 

^ • of powir* up to 

toddien fast, but io the mailer of 
learning ihere is put so much they 
can ab^rb at one iimr. So uy not 
lo puah your pnde and loy beyond 
what he iscBpahlcof dome Constant 
urung makes for liitle nineis Teach 
bany hide by Ink and make the 
lesson a game instead of a chore 
Diccung, eating and bcdiime hahiis 
are formed more easily and quKkly 
when done ta the ipint of fuo. 


purso r-on(ainM aye- 
« Sll' to $ 1 .') In cflah, a 
w**‘.r watch valued *t 
and two rings worth 


"Cfewlng-up pains'*. Tumble^ 
humps and bruises arc part of the 
imporiani husirvrv^'of growing up. 
Certainly you want to comfort your 
liule one. but it isn’t wise to over« 
lympathi/e. Being inn protective may 
actuaJly loauli a fear oi iryuig to go 
h alone. 


\rmimi I lie Island 


Year in jail 
SeiUenec 
For Hobbervi 


Popular at you ploasol No doiihl 
about II ! loddkn dearly love coow 
bination foods. 

And why not 7 
More ingredients 
make for more f^. .. 
flavor) Gerber r* 

Junior Meat Dm- l^****a^*^ 
ners are etpecially ^ 
popular because 
they combine 
meal, vegetahlei and cereal fot 
hngliter flavor and hearty nounsb- 
ment. Then too, they have ao evenly 
nuoerd lesturetoencounige chewing 
, . . . and help pave the way for die 
rvmiual accxiptxncr of coerver family 
I foods. 7 delicsouB choices - and hiftD 
j on the list of favomes ; Oucken R *ce 
I Dinner, Turkey wtih Vegeubln, Beef 
I Noodle with Vegetable!. Gerhef 
I Baby Foods. Niagara Falls, Camadk 


Driver All Mixed Up 
Didn ’t Reeall Crash 


Cereal Food. I 
tSSBB^H thtnk you'll find 

he'll really spark 
r. .'-M to the toasted, 

j %*# nui-likc fluvtH, the 

I '-* ! '*'• A tiTMVoth-Avsmooth 

7 ' lesture. What’s 

more, baby gets a big "growth*' 
twAia from l»erbet Protein Cereal 
Food. It's 33 *^ proicin—derived 
from a subtle combinatioo of oats, 
wheat, soy-beans and yraxi Like all 
good-Ustiog Gerber cereals, it’s 


Dl’N'rAN Two Indians of 
the Wesiholme re*HT\e wne 
senleiuod to one year In Jail for 
rnbbery with violence by Magi.‘ 
lx.itc A. C. Sutton. In a special 
court sesaion .Monday night. 

F'ii>rre Thomas Jimmy and 
Peter Jack were found guilty 
of breaking into the home of a 
c'hemainu* Chine«e, whom they 
assaulted during their ransack- 
ing of the home and theft of 
aevor.ll articles Another Indian 
IS ht-ing sought by police in 
connection with the same 
ol fence. 


V>rnon Joseph Anglir.tn rhurrh, Comox. with day night 
I the w rone »idi* Pj”.. A <'*imeion <*)fii'iatmg. mnrning 
Munda> night; .Mrs. Hawson. bom Mane Wll- j a quant 
'ming car; ca belmine Dickln.son. at Chester- taken fni 
srkfnp: crashed lord. tngUml, 75 years ago. nothing w 
- • :r,eni; and wax married to f’harles WHlium service sta 
nv*-d. he still Dawsr>n in 1906 at Leeds. Irlng 
>n the highway, lanrt In lOU they emigrated lu' 

X told In court Canada and .«venled m Sa*k w 

when Lowrlon ateb-'-wan, later moving lo Vic u 

.„a lo.t hi-, tor,, in 1926 . , 

• months after Mr Ihiv. n leaves nimy ^ 

n imij.....-d dnv- frieuilx Ixitli m Vuloiia and 


NANAIMO 


NO ROM W k: 

' Al.is! How dra.srv^woiiM he 
ilu- -v-nrld it Diere were no S.inla 
f*'~ Il W’uld tu- ax dir.siv as 
ifthn, w... no Virginia- There 
..-t:= he no ehlMllke f.iit)i then 
no pf.; ‘;y, ^ - rorr-irirc to make 

h-Jer;ihlr this evAleiur, We 
vliiiuM h-»ve no »***ig>ment, i-x 
= --'Pl In -•od xii‘hi. • — 


THK .\GF; Ol.n WISH 
MOKK Sl.Vf KKK 


FOITMl I.AMHNG 

A boxing firr '-I '■ 

Norway, -has a i*H-(n ru»*brr 
f-l-.l.Kin tinii'-r- U-r* 1-; 

s ‘fi! the ii--i '- I of k' 


MOSCOW lAPi The Snvdei 
■■pf-a<-e offensive” hax gut down 
to -ireei level H> onlf-r of Mh • 
■/**w's municipal .--mcll F’lrst 
.Mesrhanskya .street, one of 
Moscow’s main boulevard's, was 
renamed Peace Avenue. 


John Diefenbakei 
Man of Ihe Year: 


NANAIMO- resellers 

appeared In N.in.iimi< police 
court on Chrlsimas Kve One. 
lK-ve.tj-.ol?! Thomas I.hnd Ster- 
ling w . fined Sin with seven 
days Imprix.-inmenl In 'lefault 
fiir being drunk on Fiizwllllam 
Sfreei He w.is given no lime to 
pav Others chtrgi'?! with liquor 
offences were remanded for 

ti-ii I’t ■ ’•-• rniiri, and 

<ii.»rgef! with Impaire*! driving. 


NANAIMO Civic affairs 
commlit<*e of Nanaimo Kiwanl.s 
Club plans a cl'dhing drive fop 
January Ail artii lex will he 
(limed over lo the .tSvatlon 


From 

ManfiRcment anti 
.Staff 


WAIT FOR IT! 

3 ear-Fnd 

CLKAK.\NCK 

of 

DODGF 

I)KMONSTR.ATf)RS 

Starts Dee. 27 lh at 


Tl*- the onslnufhl of ^ -er.ts with a 
-•>5fl vrsti „od .:;7urf-^j mind rcir 
fr*rcei 1 h> a SmMl’.h purposeful- 
7 in nr'*=* 

flL; ' Pill we w'f!u!d 3 |sh he wrong 
In Ml .ro' Dh’fl-n 

J*. * h.iker, . i:**.-- 'fi I.-'Hif?*-:- 

iMh Hii iVK w :,y home fiom 


LONDON (Reulfi-' 
Fund.iv Tirr..- ' 'it 

hr- wr«>nc til nr-glr-' f t'.i 
Prime Minister Dtrfrnh; 
r-'minating in** outManJ 
ut • fi( the 

Th.- .. 'p.;.- ;’s dl 


LUMBER YARDS 


About Jehovah's Wit 

. from Vifio’i.i will aiiend 
'r-:;;! annual v in uH a«semhlv 
in Ijidvsmilh Friday thmugh 
Fundav wiih all meelir.r- held 
in the Acrindtui*- H.i 11 
. 7 . Ninn* will open F’riday at 
fi 15 p m and hapiBma! service 
and Immersion wilt he hehl 
Saturday at 1 .TO p m All meal* 
will be «:erv«*d ■ ;fr-?.-ria siv |e at 
the l.ady.xmlth Kingdom Hall. 


f),rv h«* -ome i-* 

fl'SHiUl!'*'- eV‘‘-o If hi- nolle :::• 
f »meilnres r**m!’;‘-'":!i of t*;." 
Witcfir’. ’.1 th*' C.tuMri.t- rn»» 
l.Jrni r senhower la 
claimant who h->-: won n"■{~'ct 
at least fnr his cou*’*f»- jnd his 
a* use of dui> 

.-••r c.m we omit mir own 
pitm;' niini*>iev, wh-i h.**; i**‘t 


ROAF lyiOTORS 

V ATFN at < OOK 


limited 

2(MM) (*ovrmfneD( Street 2-72(>l 


rie> e’ prnrni. and cer- 
r< htief premi*.:.' p 
biouiOit nf .V life to the 
efiii*-r. ..f loip*-’ d unity. 
SIJ he i:* Pie ev«“ of a 
V. fiio he al.so has the 
r.f lauv‘>iler" 


centre and a waiting mom. , 19 . 9 T(Vton Cunard line vessel 
* * * made her maiden voyage from 

NANAIMO Pirml.sex of IXL Liverpool to New York In 1921 . 
Dairy and Malaspina .Service The ownen plan lo sell her for 
Station were broken Into Mon- scrap. 


PORT ALFtETlNT Two men 
Charged with hn'aking and 
enrering wiOi Intent lo commit 
and indictable nifi-nre wen* re- 
If-r. .”d by Maci'-'iate T. M. Pat- 
icr>'-**' here Friday. 

DonaW Rex Cnlmer who was 
remnnrhsl in nisioily two w*‘*‘k'' 
Bgi. was found not gulltv when 
Magistrate I*aMerson decided 
that evldenre waa ' too iru.lefu! 
lie to ronvirj.’’ 

Steve Dcniachurk. who had 
previously pleaded guilty, was 
given a suspended iwmtence. 


1 Season's Greetings 

5 

2 May Ihe age-old but ever new story 
■ of Chnstmaa recapture your aplrtt 
B and inspire you anew with all the Joy 
2 and wonder of the Day. 


May this Holy 
season bring 
' with it 

many rich 
blessings for you 
and your loved 
ones, may it 
i bring you health, 
H prosperity and 
I,, peace — and the 
very Merriest 
Christmas 
• Day ever! 


OWL DRUG I 

Cor. Fort and Donglaa t 
DIAL 4SSII 
Delivery Sendee H 

v«f« fKfsa m m fw fwfaiv’t 


^'yACOMATVT ftu» ■ 

COMOX - F'unciHl services S * ' \ 

t- sf. VC- fv.... ...» I ■ aissii. sToar 

f«*i a.... Marlr >5. f^awson of ■ ueiv tiii is cm 

I iimox were held at St. Peter’s qywyMVwyai¥CKva(WtftX'|ca|o 


WISHING THE f ITIZENR 
OF 

VKTOKI.A AND VANCOl VER ISI>AND 


A MERRY CHRISTMAS 
and a HAPPY.IIEW YEAR 


Thanking >nu for >our rtmllmi*^ support during 
our <7 years of hnalneas. 


Rpsemblinjf r siranpr interplanetary rrafl nr gwnt 
Insccl, U.S. air force Snnrk inten*onlinenUl pjtded 
mi«y5np roars fn.>m iaunehing cradle at Patrick air 
force Ivase, With Konxirrs naming, the Snark pre- 
sents an awesome apectacle a» it Ixqjan a 3.00D-mile 
teat night over the Atlantic Oc* m. Date of test 
firing wal not given. — (CIV) 


From the management and Staff of 


IRISH LINEN STORES LTD 


Mclennan, mcfeely & prior ltd 

1400 GOVERNMENT STREET 


1010 fiOVERNMENT ST 


PHONX S-« 8 I* 



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2$ Bail^ (CalonlBt ^ 33, 19S7 



INCORf»ORAT60 MAY I6?0 


For Courtoou# Rmioe 
Dial 5-1311 


Fiidiiy fitorr Hours 
B a.m. to 9 p.m. 


★ Smorgasbord 


January Charge Accounts 
Open Friday, Dec. 27th 
Shop Friday, Pay By 
Feb. 10th 


Treat the whole family to dinner at the BAY . . . fill your plate high as 
you like from our delicious selection at our Smorgasbord table. 4 15 
All you can eat for only • 

Average and dessert extra. 


By Gossard 

A Wonderful “Year-End" 
Offer from Gossard, Giving a 
“Youthful Line of Beauty” 


Personal Shopping Onl>! No Mall. Phona 
nr r.O.I). Onter^! 

On Sale One Hour or While i^uantities 


Clearance! l-of-a-Kind Dresses 

These Kmart, ra»y*lowear aftenioon and corktail 
drexKex eome in moKtis' orteof-a-kind styles, broken _ 
sues and n^lors , . . t'nme down early, chwise Irnm S 
cottons, rayons, rrejres and woof* in colors you like 
to wear: hi'u**. ciey. navy. wine, beige . . . many more' ^ J 

S12C8 12 to 20 collerilv^dy .Special, each 

m ilSON'S BAY ( OMPAN'Y, wiimm's driH.M*s 

fashion floor. 2nd 


These dolls ate all imported from vanou* countries 

Including Italy. Scotland and India . . . gaily dressed lA P|'j(*D 

in their national costvirrw^. Reg. IA9-2I9. SfMslal 

HI DSON'S BAY COMPANY, nothms, main 


Girdles— Reg. 9.50 to $15 

a Soft, boneless pull-on giidle. 

♦ Soft, nylon K loom pull-on with zipper 
fastening. 

♦ Panly girdle, with paniy legs you can't 
feel' 

a Girdle . . . .^atin and lenn elastic with 
satin elastic band. hack, light boning and 
zlpper. 

♦ Corset . . . While fnjnt lare corset . , , 
boned front and back. 9" clasp. Excellent 
size range In every group. 

Spct-ivl price 


Baby Hot Water Bottles 


Women's Slipper Oddments AQc 

Your opportunity to choose from an exciting aefpc- 
lion of slipper'*, as^sirted. colours and fabrics in 
broken sizes. All slashed to ihe one low price of. pair 

III II-SON'S BAY lOMPANY. women s shoes. Tnd 


Vi Price Toy Clearance 


Fine Quality Corselettes 
Reg. $15 to 19.50 


Regular 2.49. 


Regular 10.95. 


20” Pram 
Add-a-Word Game 
Game Board 
Dolly Crib 
Bomber Plane 
Musical Top ' 

Remote Control Switch 
Shirley Temple Doll 


Spertal 


Sppcinl 


A group of the finest quality corselettes hy 

Goasaid . . . 

a 5voft boneless pull-on with vertical stretch 
satin front and bark. 

* 'Narroltne'’ . . , Satin wiib leno elastic 
side, satin elastic back, zipper fastening, 
no boning. 

* I.OH' Back f nrseletles with flair bustllne. 
Zipper closing, boneless 

* Also a group of lightly boned 
garments. exceiJeni size range. II 

Special sale price w 


Regular 10.50. 


Regular 3.98. 


Special 


Regular 11.93, 


Regular 9.98. 


Special 


S|)ccial 


Regular 18.95 


Special 


Sjiccial 


Regular 2.98. 


Lead Soldiers 
Trap Drum Set 
Glockenspiel 
Tricycle 


Regular 5.98. 


Special 


S|iecial 


Brassieres— Reg. $3 and $4 

Fl\e wonderful and flattering fitting *f>les 
to choose from in this group of rlearam'e 
lines of bandeau brassieies. Sizes .32 to .38 
Vnllecllvely 

♦ Contour Stiap ... for underarm control. 
,* Flair . . . all elastic for better fit and 

uplift. 

♦ I'nnveitihle . . . Peiarhable straps, can 
be worn as a strapless. 

♦ Wired underarm cun bra for excellent 
support and uplift. Sizes 32 to 38. 


Regular 7.30. 


Regular 4.95, 


Special 


Special 

Regular 9.95, 
Special 


Special 


Regular 19.95. 

Special w 

lU DSON'S BAY' COMPANY,- Toy' Ilia 


Regular 19.95. 


Special 


SALE ^25! Beautiful all-wool 
REVERSIBLE skirts that bring 
savings up to MO ... ! 


Special 


Corselettes — Reg. 16.60 to 
18.50 

Nylon front pao<'i hor\o6 lightly for 
fiiTTi comfortahle support. Excellent 
uplift bra.s in I hose Flexeefi corselettes 
en*!ure a smooth neat figure to mold 
extra charm into )our en- 
scmble. Sizes 32 to 12 — 3 fit- 
tings. Reg. 16.95 to 18.50. 

S|»eclal price 


You’ll love the veisatility. wai'm comfort and beautiful looks of this 
smaiily styled all-wool skirl ... So ingeniously designed that it can 
be worn EITHER side, the skill features a distinct color pattern on 
each side to make you feel as if you’iT wearing a NEW skirt every 
lime! F'lne worsted all-wor)l yarn is woven in 

F,ngland, top-<iualily Canadian crafl.smaii'ihip M Of) 

is used in Ihe manufariui'c of these slimming, 
trimming revcrslbles that you’ll love to owp! I g J 

Sizes 10 to 18. A.YsoHed plaids. I 

Special, ea4'h I ■ 


Girdles-Reg. $11 to 12.50 


Here’s a flexees girdle that will give 
you famou-s Twin Control . . . firm, 
comfortable control for silting, bend- 
ing. front giLSset for ea.sier MAO 
walking. While only. Aver- # 
age and full fitting. Sizes 25 ■ 

to 34. Special price ■ 


Clearance! Grandmere Smoothies, All- 
Wool Pullovers and Cardigans at Real 
Savings! 

Shorl-slrexe pullovers, reg. 5.9.5. Qlft 

Special, each w 

l.k)ng*slee\e cardigans, reg. 7.95. C 

Special, each w 


Brassieres— Reg. 1.95 to 2.95 

Excellent value in this annual sale of 
bras . . . Assorted styles each of fine 
fabrics and styling lor a 
■neat flattering fit. Sizes IIIIC 
32 to 38. A. R and C fit- J 
tings. Special sale 4 >rice 


Soft little *m«K»ih)C«. io warm »nd pretty, rhe ideal iiwexN 
eis to we.tr during cold winter months tJsnuary to 
Marrht. Fully guaranteed, the Mitln mnth proofr*d sweat- 
et% are ea*> to wash, hahy the most sensitive skin, retain 
g^KHl looking h**aufy through laundering', and c»*me In 
odor* you II love to wear «match with favorite sklrtsi. 
tied. hfue. preen, navy, blark, yellow, beige, tan. cocoa. 
Sizes 16 It) 40. 

m DSON*S BAY COMPANY, sportswear 
faohlnn floor. Zrul 


By Vogue 


Th« Nsiest, most convtnlent plac« to shop for all your food noods It tho BIY*$ Mow Supor Food Morkof 


1 New Delivery Schedule Commencing December 30th, 1957 

Langford. I.iixton, t'olwood. \lb*'rl 

Present Dellvrry 

.New Davs of IVII'erv 

Head, Metchnsin, Thetis Lake, 

Da vs 

EfferO'e Der. M. IM7 

Happy Yniley. Ko>al Roads, 
YVilliam Head, (ilen Ijcke 

Mon. - YVfd. - Rat. 

Mon. • Thurs« j 

Royal Oak, Prospect Lake. Brent- 
wood, Keating. Elk IjMkr, Beaxer 

Mon. • Thun. 

Tues. - Frl. * 

l.4ike 



Saanichton, Sidney, Pal Bay, Deep 
Co>f, -lames Island. Resthaten 

Tues. - Frl. 

Tues. - Sat. t 

FOR LOCAI. PEIJVKRIKS: 



1 There will be no Wednesday DeUveries after this dale (Dec. 30th, 19.57). | 







I 


Bailif (Eolonlit '>•' »■ 27 


•j,* . /IT JANUARY Charge Accounts Open Friday, Dec. 27 th 

f)ati Vllompana. gl,pp pj.jjgy pgy |,y February 10 th 

INCORPOHATCO ?“• may i«70 r ^ ^ ^ ^ 





for over 1,000 can in the 
BAY'S S BIG LOTS. 


AT THE BAY FRIDAY 

to I 

/.-PRICE SPECMLS 

Personal Shopping Only • Limited Quantities • Hurry While Selections Last 

• January Charge Accounts Open Friday 


4 


CHRISTMAS CARDS 
and GIFT WRAP 

Vi PRICE 

Reg. 10' to 5“ — Sale 5' to 2“ 

Visit Hudson's Bay Company's Christmas Card Bar (main floor) and purchase 
your next year’s supply of Christmas CArds and Christmas Gift Wrap at Half 
Price . . . Assortment includes “First Line" cards and wrap from such leading 
supplies as Coutts, Rustcraft and International Card Company. 


HI't>SON'8 BAY CO.MrANY, < brl<tmM rant bar. main 


Boys’ Suburban Coats 


Warm. sor\'iceable wool, quilt-lined throughout, 
shower-repollaril, and styled with 3 pockets, self-collar 
and cuffs, button front. . Black, navy. Sizes 8-16. 


Reg. 9.99 
Special 


99 


Hl'DSON‘8 BAY COMPANY, boy‘ wear, mala 


Men’s Furnishings 


1 t>9 Q5M* 
to w 


1 f>9 ^95 

to w 


Socks 


50 ',. *1 
50 ' „ *1 


Aiuorted Leather Goods. 


Vi Price 


(imported) 


3 *'.„ 4 ' 


45 ^„ ZZ 


HtOaONB BAY COMPANY, men’a fwUhiari, mala 


Hardware Values at V2 Price 


Reg. 12.99 
Special 


Rath aeat -Whlte enamel with rubber end 
pads for protection. Reg. 5..V). ^7.% 

Special £ 

('ompanioo aets— Poker, brush, tongs, shovel 
and staixl. Copper, Reg. 5.98. om> 

Special C* 

Papier Mache Tray— 15x20. Reg. 4 97 
n SpeeiaJ I 


99" 


12x16. Reg. 2.49. 


Special 


V2 

PRICE 


Half-Price Savings on 
Staples 
Tea Towels 


Codon or terry In issorted. 
d^rttlvt rolort. 

Rag. 39c to Siaerlal 


19‘ 34- 


34- 


Flannelette Remnants 

30" wide . . . sseorted colors snd patterns 
I S yard lengths. 

Ref. «9f. ApertaL yard 

Plastic Table Cloths 


54xM. Mx73 . . . Attrsctlva, colorfast. easy to-rlean 
patterns AT' 


10’j'M4”. Reg. 1.98. S|>ecial 

Kounii glass trays — in diameter QQP 
Reg. 198. Special wO 

TV stiMil -Wood construction Q 19 

Reg. 6.95. Special w 

Clothes dryer— A shape with 12 rungs. 4 G9 
Fold.s away. Reg, 3.49. SpeclaJ I 

limits Qiiantlly 

HlIWON'a BAY COMPANY, 
hardware drpl., lower main 


CHRISTMAS PAPER 
NOVELTIES, V2 PRICE 


LuDcheoa and cocktail serviettes — 

Reg. 29c to 35c. 4 At 4 7 P 

Special I to I I 

Tahlero\eni — Size .54 "\88". Reg. 35r, 49c, 

17 " 24 " 29 " 

Holiday paper cups — With handles. Reg 

8 for 39c. A 4 Ac 

Snecial O for 19 


Men’s Jackets 

This is a terrific bargain ... a jacket for work and play. 
All-wool Melton shell, reversible to a heavy-weight 
satin . . . full cut for comfort, neatly tailored for good 
appearance. Light grey and beige. Sizps 36-46. 

1 

Men’s Shoes 

Calf leather oxfords, sizes 6-12 in three popular styles. 
Raised moccasin toes, brass hook eyelets. Loafer calf 
leather uppers, moccasin toe. Oxford with toe cap or 
moccasin toe. Black, brown or burgundy. D and E 
fittings collectively. 

Reg. 12.95 

Bar Accessories 


Stock up now for the most successful New Year’s party ever . . . 


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49 


ULOaONB BAY COMPANY. n»«n'i rtothbif. nwAa 


Special 

Prioa 


47 


HIDBON'B BAY COMPANY. 


*• fthoM, nMla 


1-ounce Jiggers. 

Reg. 2.25. .Sprcinl 

Party Napkina. 

Reg. 150. Special 

Ire Tbngs. Reg, 35c-75c. 4 7 P 


C-75C. 4 Jt qc 

Special I I to Ov 


4 13 

V2 


Knitted Coaster*. Reg. 3.95. 


Speelal 


Cocktail Pick*. Reg. 
20c, $2. 2.25. Special 


9 " 99 " 1 


Reg. 6 for 35c. 


R«g. me to IBS. BpaeUI ~YV to V B 

HI DAON'S BAT COMPANY. iteplM. Srd 


49‘ . 97 


Special O for I 

SpeHal. 6 for 1 7 ^ 


RI IMON'S BAY (X)MPANY. 

ttaUofwry. mmln 


Ice Bucket. Reg. 4.50. AZr» ^ ^ ^ m 

Special C ppipC 

5-in-l Bar Caddy. Reg. 2.75. 4 37 " ■■■wLi 

Special I 


CTrrome Bottle Opener and Cork 
ScreM'. Reg. 1.25. Special 


62 " 


Set of 8 Muddlers. Reg SI. 


Special 


HirmONH BAT rO.MPANY, bar oroemoeim, 


PLEASE TURN THE PAGE 










• Thf BAY will be open tRain Frid»y, U 

• The Rtore will remain cl<wed Wednonday 
I>eeember 26th. 

• For fotirteoan •^rvler, 
dlal6-lSll 


Please turn the page fer 
Budget-ttrelchieg Big 
BAY Values Friday 


Jaauary Charge Aceouats Ope* 
Friday, Dec. 27th 


• Kidney. Krttinn. CobWr HIB. IHsmcm. Rookf. Onmtf 
Guif IaUw) raU Zealth 6040 (loU Irve;.