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VICrORIA, BRITISH GOLl'MBIA, THl'RSDAY, l)E(',EMBKR 18, 1958 


SO. 7— lOUt YEAR 


Accused Man Hears 

I ’ 

Death Sentence Twice 


By BKl’D DELANY 

Leo Mantha was twice sentenced to death yesterday 
after he was found guilty of m'iirdering Able Seaman Aaron 
“Bud'* Jenkins, 23. 

The* 31 >ear-nld tugbom hand 
and navy vr«**ran waa iwn- 
lented lo "hang by ih^ n»*i k 
until * ai Oekalla Privm 
Maiih 17. 

The double sM*nt«*nrjng r»*- 
Irom an inadvrr!**!!! 
alip on lh«’ pan uf M/. Justice 
J. G Ruti.<n 

Wh»*n thi» seriipm-r wax 
pav'UMj inhia)l>. he luid IhP 
«w»** itf pxwulKin would bp 
TupKday, thP 19ih day of 
March.” 

•.MKRrV ON VOI H SOI !. . . .* 

And a» Ihp judgp* fa at 
w<»r«l«> May thp <i«KKl Lnid 
havp m^rc> on your itoul” * 
wpip ailll pchntng m thp court* 
r«a»m and Maniha had bp«*n 
taken out of thp room. Mr. 

JuHticp Ruitan rpalixed hia 
mistakp. 

“D»d I *ay TuPMlay thP 

t9lh? ' hp ankpd, looking at 
thP court rpgtxtrar and Crown 
pi<»x«'uinr Lloyd McKpo^Ip 

“Yps. my lord ” aald Mr. Mc- 
Kpn/ie, "th# 19th. I wrote It 
duw n ' 

pRisoNrK KrrrRNrn 

The Judgp then ordered that 
the pnaon^f be relumed to the 
courtroom. 

After a l«*w minuter of un* 
easy delay, a gnmfa.ed 
Mantha rii-exxed In a gre>, 
r.ippered Jacket and dark tmua* 

Prx was led hock in by a red. 
wated Mount ie. 

"Leo Anthony Mantha.’ *aid 
the Judge • by Inadvertent e I 
Indicated to you that sentenro 
waa to be carried out on Tuex* 
day .March 19 ... I waa in 
erior . . 

KKKI T, rNMO\ IN(» 

Mantha xtoial erect and un 
moving, a.x he had a fe*' 
mtnutea earlier, and once 
again heard the aombre and 


Tearful greeting for Santa came from two-year-old 
Debbie Smith. 2549 MiUstream Road. I^ngford. when 
she visited a downtown department store yesterday. 


/ypo Mantha 


Santa! 


Snleerarking Hern 
Slidef Ouf of Jail 
(Pagt 3) 


filarkent i\n*M 
May He Freed 
(Page 20) 


DEPITY PRKMIEa 
MIKOYAN 


Prelude tn Murder 
Heicrihed hr i^irln 
(Page 31 ) 


I'omlra 

fananrial Newa . 
^rd»n Notea 

;i«dln Profram* 
torUi .. 1 

*>te^alon 

'heatre* 


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me. and wanted to know waa 

' ^ xomething wrong Ifa noth 
' Ing. I mumbled, mu«i ve been 
ha something got In my eye. 


Canada *s 
Line Busy 


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A«l« aMi A Car Ormea. 

Ml nwaaiM as 
OwaMn a Wd«« . 

MM I M OMiM 


Cl U b' a MatchoBln grounds 
where the annual turkey shoot 
will he in ait^of the .VIO Christ- 
mas Ftind 

The fund yesterday reached 
f7S.Vt M». or %IS (nr each of 
Ihts distrtet a IVOO moat needy 
familiea. 

Pr*.MWt .. MMIM 

UM aii-irr— * Mi .TMwiM >sa 

A rm«a 

la Masaarv *? 1! 

Mr u SaaaafaM ISU Ma Ct ars ISS 

Ml i H O D«*W 

III Mnatraal ai. S-w 


;•* rDBny loyt have been do- Tha Iwlly Cnioniat. /b.>i i»ouf- 
ed to ihe Colonist Snn laa. by Friday night or taken 
111: -• Fund toy auction to the downtown office at 1215 
t there will have to be iwo Broad Street on 5Ulurday. 

< < < at Ma>nard'i instead Avta RentsCar has donated 
one. from the rental of trurka 

• f ' tlmea are 1 p.m, Satur- under a plan where Ihe fund 

and 7 p.m. .Saturday and received all money over ariual 
r* are bound to be bargatna operating costa. I^e donationi 

• •<r foe ChrUtnMia shoppera. are Mated in the names of the 
!>,. fund ckmea Saturday persona who rented lha tnicka. 
1 donationt muat ba mailed .Saturday and Sunday ara tha 


MONTUAL (Cr» — The 
average Caeegiae mode 4*7 
Islepheaie eofta Irat yrar. 
fivtag this i c^ ry the 
“telapfcisMa taBrfg ehatn* 
■tawMp" af the saerM for 


Tirtf sas SiHsM) 
r>wiM em M»a J*' 







Onr Di»»eniing EniploYce 


fiailq (SoUnrtjC Vkt«rU. t.C^ TWn.. D«c. IS, lfS< 


With G. E, Morlimore 


Db>coun(ing one employee's "• rurt^llment o( personal “If (hat is so. we xhouMn't compelled lo give fr i 

fears of Iohs of {ierM)nal Mb' freedom of ihOK'e ' ami that have politieN moving into cii> support lo the patty, 

erly, city i*oiincll yesterday he would like lo be free to t< hall," Aid, Edgelow said Mayor Scurrah said a r 

gave finui appiuva! to a new Miriate hirn-self with nr di»vso "it's only talk so fat " said baJIm still would be lus 
agreement with the City Hall ciaie hiniM*lf from an> otgan the mayor, and Aid Hugh huMiiess 

in-ide xiaff union izailon as he law fit, Ramsay said he thought Mr. Aid Kdgelnw said It v 


M going to start an efficiency campaign in the 
house," my wife announced. 


g o orga 


chimed in. 

**"WelI, I suppose you are stUI young enough to 
reform," I told my wife. 

"Vou're the one who ia going to reform," she 
said. *i'm no! going to pick up your clothes any 
more. I'm going to find a way to make you do it 
yourtelf." 

Next day, the plan went info action. My brown 
shoes, one of only two serviceable pairs that I have, 
were spraw'led comfortably on the sitting-room 
floor, as though they had set themselves down for 
a nap there and had been overtaken by sleep. 

Stuffed in one shoe was the following pencilled 
note. 

•'Shoes belong In the cupboard. The dog chew's 
shoes. Leaving them here is the way to have them 
destroyedf" 

My wife was right. The dog had already len- 
dercd my only black pair unsciA’iccable — except for 
garden use. I quietly put the browTi shoes in the 
cupboard. 

Then I saw a large sign clipped on an envelope 
full of notes, which I had brought home and parked 
temporarily on the chesterfield. The sign said; 

"This is the way that notes are lost. Please 
put papers In safe place." 

I did. 

My blue raincoat was draped limply over the 
back of a chair, as though it had suddenly grown 
faint and collapsed. 

A sign was pinned to the back of it. saying: 
"Coats are to be hung up." 

I hung the coat up. ^ far, Uiis none-too-subile 
attack on sloth and untidiness has worked extreme- 
ly well. 

Soon, T suppose, I will have to tr>' the same 
methods on my wife, whose reluctance to sew on 
buttons and mend holes in my clothing is a legend 
in our house. 

If my present plans work out. my wife will 
arrive in the kitchen in the morning lo find notices 
confronting her on the kitchen table: "Kindly pay 
attention to hole In right pocket of grey flannel 
trousers. About $1 worth of small change alirady 
slipped through here. Look after this at 'your 
earliest convenience. Second time of a.sking." 

And when she uses my car. she will find this 
note on the steering wheel: "Kindly refrain from 
leaving packages, butts and mi.scellaneous junk in 
car; instruct children to clean up mesa they have 
already made." 

I’m afraid my campaign may lead to hard feel- 
ings. But it’s a gamble worth taking. I'm almost 
getting to enjoy hanging up my coal. 


OUT siitkex. It also provides bor and the CCF was fact or Kveti ll orginued labor b>la 
that ail aiaff members shall hearsay. Joined the CCF. he said, there "1 

pay union due.s. that If union ‘'Well, there haa been talk sironc Indlcaiion* that one 

memlHTship lalli l»elow SO per of the labor movement Joimns union members would not be talk, 
(•onl of the staff, new employ (jjo CCF" .Mayor Percy Scur 
et»« shall b»‘ obliged to Join ihe rah said, 
union until Hial level k re 
gamed, and that umon mem 
biTH must remain memb«*rs m 
good standing dr lose their 
)oh«i 

Sanitary inspecior Lloyd 
Smith said In a loiter to coun 
nl. he had ir*ijjne«i fiom the 
union the I'liy Hull Kmpio'. 
een' lation. m older to 

objec t to this agieemnni 

lie nbjp.iod on the grmu'ds 
t-i.ii all ."Staff membiT* would 
nave to pay dues, and that 
labor was going to link itself 
with the CCF. 

Mr. Smith said that he felt 
the ptoposed agteemeni was 


OMEGA 


(.hristmas I’arlv 


ecLiion 


TOO MANY BILLS? 


WALLIXK MArniKWS 
, . . nearly gave up 


Girl Describes Tra«ic 


Heroine Praises 
Molhers Pluck 


FnjoT the highest precivion and the best 
"good looks ' in these newest Omega designs 1 1 1 
they ue shock proreeted and ancimagnetic coot 
In gold tilled or gold, white or yeliowi 

Krrwn 56^.50 


a sensation of flying Every SB 

thing went black and white. . KGG I I’PTON 

"1 woke up fare down In a ^yjiioni FlnAn|r. Invites you 
8noi*bank. to call ar>d di-sftss your re- 

“Mother was wonderful. .She qulremeiita and leam (or your 
said 'CVon'l tfet hyaterlral, Ja.st self the ease and friendliness 
go nnd get iielp. If.s all up to which are part of the Custom 

Finance way of serving you. 

"1 started lo climb. My feel CI STOM UNANCK 
were cold, I lost one aock. I .OflMfirl.'. <^-n Flnan.-e Co.” 


family car at the foot of the 
mountain. 

Her n'hool teacher father 
Walter Norman Malthews 
who had told her often to keep 
ralm in on emergency died in 
the accident. 

The young girl will be re- you 
leasiv] from ho-spual either 
today or Thursday. 

*T1I prnbnbly have a terrible didn t dare slop for It 
cry I've had to keep every ' ■ 

thing boi-k .So has mother. 

Hut I think when 1 get home 
among famihap surroutullngs 
I M break down." 

Her mother suffered severe 
injuries In the crash and will flagged another car to get 
proiiahly be in hospital for help. 

annihei six weeks The plucky girl plays down 

The family was making a the heroine role, 
trip over the HopePimceion “Mother la the real heroine. 
Highway to give Einid laing- she had dislocated her shoiil 
ham. their Malayan fnend, her der trying to stop father from 
first view of snow. sliding on down ih# bill. She 

Walllne went on; lost her husband " 

"The inp WA- uneventful 
from PrincTlon and we tiiiee 
girl.s were sllitng in i^e hack 
veal with our shoes off Our 
feel were cuilerl up under a 
blanket, 

Midilenlv we hit a snnw 
dilfi. 1 fell a hump and Uie 
snow vvetti up ovei (lie wmrl 
vhielil The car skulited ().ui<ly 
said 'Oh my iMkI. Htll Thai v 
what he cailr*<l mother. 1 had 


CHILLIWACK 'CP' War 
line Matthews. 18 year old Van 
couver girl who crawled and 
ii-raiched her way barefoot 
and with a broken leg. up 1 3.V) 
feet of snow ivvyertul nmuntain 
Side (u get help (itr four fellow 
crash victims admitted Tuev- 
diy that she alm»*st gave up. 

Walline fold her .stoiy for 
the first time since the aiu 
dent h.ippened in days acn 
She was still In a ho.spiial hod 

Her courage me-int life (or 
herself and for her mother, 
her younger sister and a 
friend who lay verltuisly m 
jured beside the wieck of the 


See our ieleciion of OMF.<i.\ V\ ATCHK-S 
for gentlemen. Priced from-. 


Open Thufvdsy 
and Friday 
NtghCa TIU 
9 n'Clork 


Convenient 

Terms 


I 


She nearly gave up when .-none r.v 

she couldn't rllmh over a fallen Open Monday through 'Hiur*- 
Itee, hut jierseverert, 

A passing couple spotted 
U .alline almoal at Ihe lop 
■phey look lier lo town and 


Douglas Street (Scdlard Bldg.) Phone KV ^ IP 
a wa IK MS teas CM »■ M( iw I « ^ v-a> vsa Bw 


OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL 9 P.M. 

Make this a REAL Christmas! 

M Buy your wife a 

nM ^FAIRBANKS-MORSE FREEZE 


cee Ice nnk project Into gen- 
eral funds, which aie ex- 
hausted. 

MemboM voted (n tran.ifer 
immediately of the 

ice link money to general 
funds, and lo transfer Ihe lexi 
early in Ihe new ye.ir nfier 
the Jaycers' b.ink has paid Its 
quarterly interest 

"Our genet al funds ate com- 
pletely exhausted." .tack I'lqu 
hart, treasurer, told the meei 
Ing bluntly 

The Jayvees' Ice rmk project 
itself, non h reprieve until 
Feb 28. bui only under strong 
piotesi from more than one- 
third of Ihe members. 

Deadline dale lot completion 
of the ne«'essar>' iamp-»«gn to 
rai-ie Sl'i.T.OOO needed lo build 
the pio|ccled ice suif.icc be 
hind Memonaf Arena was sei 
a I He* 21 at a general 
of Ipe Jaycees two weeks ago 

J .Slewart Hagar. directMj 
of the ice rink pro|rc». told 
last night s meeting the project 
lomrnlMee tell )i should hi* 
allowed more time as pi, ms to 
hold a cAmpalgn were ah*in 
dnned when d vvas f.iund ific 
Vinorks Kiwanis Cluh planned 
■ fund-nilsing campaign .s» the 
same lime. 

“If we let thl-' Dec 21 dale 
go through 1 feel we will have 
Ihe VIclona Figure .Skating 
Society go ahead with »*ur 
projei'i," he warned "This 
would be a hlile bit em- 
btinasslng " 

The projeil I'ommlttee |s 
considering holding a figure 
skating nigtil in Memorial 
Arena lo open the fund raising 
I canipoign. he >.aid 

Estimated total cost of itie 
pioJecT is SIWOOO .Trt.vcees 
have decidetl t«« conirihule 
I JT25.000 towards the i-osl on 
tlie rondiii**n that Ihe addi- 
tional moirey can be raised 


Victoria Junior Chamber of to tninafer *25.000 earmarked 
Commerce laal night decided aa a donation toward the Jay- 


You'll save OMinev on Food 
BIIU this Christnuis and 
•very Chrlsttiuss fur years. 


I! Ik Kr>M-*r»l»4 «-lk Xas( 
CharalalM . Trr« • Or«>|r« 

SO MOMT OOWV 


Sooke Ambulance 
Drive Set Today 


TELMAC 


Door lo-door fund canvaas to The canvass vaUI start at 
help finance purchase of a new P 

ambulance w ill he earned out ^ Year .s Eve 

today by Sooke Chamber of jance at Sooke Community 
Commerce Hall would also be added to 

Member* of the Sooke volun- the ambulance fund. They said 
leer fire department will aid the present vehicle, a war 
the chamber In Mie drive to assets purehaae, was ' llahlf to 
ward the estimaieil M.SOO hie.ik down anytime in the 
needed to hijy the ambulance, middle of an emergency . " 


Easy 

Terms 


No 

Payment 

Till 

Next 

Year 


Fine quality makes Hennessy the 
biggest selling brandy in Canada 

T.ke the world'. Iirgrsr rtockt of Ane old brandicr, 
blend rhem with the hnesve th.t only ihe french 
luve in tlteye rnjttert— and you h.vr Heoneisy! 
Keep It hsndy— for emergency, for enjoyment. 


HENJ 


Yarrows Ltd. wiU handle the when the veaiel is docked in 
big Job of overhauling the flaqutmali graving dock. Even 
45.000-lon super tanker Andros w-ith unhmited overlitne. the 
Tnumph. du« to berth here Job U expected lo lake several 
toilay. day.s, 

In Virtorta, the (irighler 
Thr firm hM romplrt«1 l(i ,, „ 

Similar Jobs on super (ankers ‘ 

up <0 (0,0(10 .on, .ln.„ 19fi7 

H, A Wallace, managing di Michael G Levanoa. Awoshi 
rector, said his firm hat built ,^rede, t'apr Hawke, 

up the service for super tank B^sseggen in port 

era from nothing in two years up lsiand porta HI 

He predicted business nest k.swa Mam Is at Tahsis. TrI 
year will exceed the previous . nily Pioneer and Haldor Virik 
best of mne super tankers . •« Chemalnua. Ingleton and 
handled by his firm In 1W7 i Rirkenau si Croflon. and Ya- 
Work it due to start Friday ' mamiya Mam at Nanaimo 


COGNAC BRANDY 


Your Chrislmaa Slofe of 10,000 GlfU 


This advertisemen! ts not published or displayed Iw the Ltq 
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia 


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Belts tflHfnitBt. Vleta*4iC 
Tbaroday. Dac IB. TtSB 


Prince of SaferrarJicrg SJideg Out of Jail 


• ' Girl Dronued 

3111 In B.C. Crock 


NOKrU VA.N(OL\KR 
(Cl*)— A 14>n«r-old clrl 
ttae mioHlnK and presumed 
drcmitMl Wnditr^at after brv 
lax attapl aaay bj rain* 
BMollen MiHcquIto ('rnelc 
brm. 

ISttirn Mild tlin girl aaa 
tr>lng It* rrona Ihe %1\ fnoL' 
dr'np rnmk along a niHiihnr 
of nlonna vthi>o aha alippnd 


PETERHEAD, Scotland wrr to iht prtaon Ullor 
(Reuteial EeMiKt Johnny 
Rainanaky, aly “princ* of aafa- 
credited with lllch' 


Thp blua-«>«l. Ireah faced tlma axpioiii. out nawapa 
wnviet got out legally allot itncp hava told hov%' Joh 
war hrokd out In im Author- and a lav* hiava accomp 
ilp-a knew h« had a way with parachutml behind 'ha Uei 
nllio and other Mfr^rucK'i'i: llnan aa allied Uoopa ama 
explosivea anil pul him lo toward Rome 

• ai_ tm re niA MAnAfTI: 


crackari' 

Ing Hermnn Goarlng'a aariola 
In a wartima commando opar- 


work Ir^ching Briuin'a Ilmii 


out of Peterhead Priaon in hit 


rtera 


the a'ull. 


fifth aucb aacape. 

Tha 53-yaar-old Ramanaky's ' 
laieat damonatration that "Iron 
bars do not a priaon make"— | 
for aoma paopia— came two 
mnniha after hia fourth aacapa 
which saw him rocapturad 
two days Utar. ' | 

Thp vpteian of 30 yeara ba 
hind bars sllppad out of> 
Peterliead Iasi kahniary, and 
in 10r>2 and 1954 aa well. But 
each lime Ramennky, tha first 
man lo gel out of the prison 
near Abeideeii, was retaken 
after 24 hours. 

H i s gaiAway M'ednnaUay 
was typically nun violent. He 
Just zipped out of sight on the 


nest r eel r orwarii 

t CO, a goal bom crippled in her hind Quarter*, find# 
! ii Khe can Ret aionR qulle well on two Icr*. Cleo 
; a pet of John Fowlkes of Franklin. Tenn. 


OpM Till 9 p.m. 
Thursday and Friday 


irmes 


CARD TABLES! 


Fire Nears 
300 Homes 


MANTEL and CLOCK RADIOS 


QioK'e of red or 
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Bri^$hter Tourist Picture 






Xt n*hinf(tnn \nfih 

Challenjiing 
Two Years 

Ry IIAMI) I.A\\KItN«K 

T ut; next iwo yMrt lor Ike whsl 
\Mll they be like? Whst ought 
he lo rto. 4ind what will he do? 

This i» Ihe subjecl uppeimosl in 
the minds of many jieople here. It 
1 « impoTianl lo the 
I Piled Slates as a 
Hhole. and lo the 
world 

Kiseii m 



qFFICIAL slatisli« roK^l^ilMn Trom of 

Bria'srCo'lumhirpiiinl a sonu-what mnintainpcl. this is a 

brighter pirturo than MevlpmenV whTh rnuld do the 

had exp^Med Due ^ Umrist induMry muie good than it 

ruption of some 01 tlie terry m i Hpiive from an increase in 

.here we.-e .V2.()fXl the inTernational border, 

water than in 1957: hut that A^lv^ ^ade hv federal travel 

more than off, set by a authorities show that Canadians on 

increase in the holiday tours are much more lavish 

States travellers spenders than their American cousins. 

Columbia by car. {f. IWortiinatelv for the national econ- 

an increase S omy th^^v hLe been doing far too 

the number of United blatcs vtMtm% > . spending m the United 

which may be regarded as h gh^ As wXin emalio trade 

r^lisfactoo In view of factors adver^ ^ h. aV between Can- 




1^ 


to travel, not the least of which 
the severe limitations neces.silated by 
this year's abnormal fire hazards. 

It is customary to judge the 
funcss of a tourist season by the 
number of American travellers, 
emphasized but in some ways more 


Stales. As with international trade 
in general the balance between Can- 
ada and the United Stales on tourism 
\n highly adverse to the Dominion, 
and has been that way for many 
vears. even though there are ten 
limes more American than Canadian 




-Tit To*< 


™'n”for the indu-sto' to ■<, a„„’t Uno« why everythinR ha, to k«-p chanRinR. When 1 waa_» younR 


man — 


im^irta^tt, however. p„bHci;e™§;^t^^ aVim^ioni 

ments of Canadian # [Jr RritUh Columbia as a vacation 

land but an important sain-perhapa 


ments of t ananian vatHiiunr.:.. o.,.. 
this vear there has lieen evidence of 
an encouraging trend Although 
exact totals cannot Ik* compiled 
becaase there are no formalities en- 
tailed in intei-provincial ti*avel. tourist 
officials say there was a hea\y m- 


an even more valuable one — is to be 
made bv persuading other Canadians 
to spend holidays on their own side of 
the boundar>. 


Thinking Aloud 


(ierald \Xdrinj( 


Crowdinji Themselves Out 


A T sea warships have liecome 
J\ smaller while on land motor cars 
have grown in size. The anomaly is 
that wherea.s ships have endless room 
to manoeuvre automobile space i.s 
shrinking. Obviously there is little 
if anv liaison between car manufac- 
turers and urban traffic authorities 
This is strange, because the law ol 
diminishing returns would apply a 
cars lengthened themselves out of 
existence. 

It is the considered opinion of 
some traffic experts that the day 
will come when private cars, for in- 
stance, won’t he allowed in downtown 
area.s. Some cities are already toying 
with this idea, and in fact have in- 
troduced it. The value of cars as 


point, certainly that of parking, 
would be longer delayed were cars 
of lesser length. Since this complaint 
Is common all over North America 
it is amazing that the automotive 
indn*;trv docs not lake heed. 

Nor can car owners be blamed. 
The large and fancy cars admittedly 
tickle human vanity as osten.sihly a 
symbol of prestige and personal pros- 
perity. hut car owners did not ask in 
the first place for these overs^ed 
models. Thev were foisted on them 
ju't as dress fashions are; had they 
never been introduced motori.sts 
would not have licen diwonfented. 

Another angle has been brought 
into the subject by the mayor of 
l^s Angeles, who has started a cam- 
paign for smaller car makes by pur- 


amenities of modem living will be chasing smaller models for city use. 

reduced if this movement bei'omM in, reason is that the smaller the car 
widespread, and manufacturers will |oas the amount of exhaust fumes 

regret they did not see the hand- the l)«*nefit to smog-ridden 

writing on the wall, in this respect. Angeles. This is an aspect of 


Even in a smalli.sh city like Vic- 
toria it becomes plainer evco'. 5*^‘V 
that soon there will Ik* insufficient 
room for the numl>er of motor 
vehicles using the streets. Size is not 
the only criterion but the saturation 


urban living which added to the 
almo.st di'sperale concern of traffic 
authorities lo find room for cars of 
any length, should surely cau.se auto- 
mobile manufacturers to reorient 
their thinking. 


Give a Job for Christmas 


tN not a few Greater mighi'^h^'lihle m*II?Sw7w h 

Lr of";b7 LLy would be {^hc 

mast welcome Christmas present that to stop outside 

could lie conceived. Across the na- 

•'1': ThTnuXn. of miRht hc_ smoll. m sum they _w«ulld Ite 


being at work with the numbers of 
those out of regular employment also 
sharply increase creates a confusing 
picture. The two totals do not set off 
one enother. In thl, region at the 
latest a\'ailable report a total o' 
men and women were registered with 
the Employment Service of i anada 
seeking work That was at Def enil>er 
11. 14 days before Christmas. Few 
look for work who do not need it. 

In a community of this size there 
should be scores of households w hich 
could contribute to the job totals 
through, incidental repairs, renoya- 
tioni, landscaping and other 
There mav he numbers contemplating 
new porches, steps, garages, path- 
way* and other renewals or extern 
lions of home facimies. Smaller bus - 
nesses, and perhaps large nnes prnh^ 
Rhlv have at lea.st some projects on 


of great help to men who have had to 
l.iv aside the dinner pail. There were 
3.010 workIes.s men n*gislered here 

last week. , . 

Women seeking work were fewer, 
but 1 :1S*J of them were looking for 
employment at ^hat time. It «’an be 
taken ns a sound <*onchision that no 
woman would Ik* haunting the em- 
ployment offHx*s if not in earnest. 
Here again, it is the homes, the 
seasonal-rush businesses and the mul- 
tiplicity of incidental umlertakings 
that could now furnish a welcome 
soui^ of encouragement to all so cir- 
cumstanced The figures tell little; 
Ihcv are even down a little from last 
vear But warm, fresh-andblood 
human beings with hom^ and slakes 
In the community need a Jon lor 
Christmas. 


*•. . . of shoes and ships snd seal^ 

Ing wa.x ol cabt**g« snd 

By tom TA\IX)K 

tT was surprising lo read as I did 
A ihe olhff day that Annie Laurie 
was the Tipperary of the Vr>mean 
War. which would suggest that up 

healing a song io 

y suit marching feel 

i: la riol the mudern 

/ A Innovation we 

might think it >«■ 

'J W The gentle air 

A -^r about the girl 

^ vkhose brow was 

like a 
scarcely 
the 

lighten a rouie march, even d ihe 
sentiments w”ere a soldiei s. hut ap- 
parently iroops learned long ago 
what can be done to Jazz up a tune, 

1, >A0uld he a natural Instinct there- 
fnre that made the ly»>*al K.fcnoritons 
adopt Lily Mailene as ihetr legt- 
menial march, another haunting stih- 
jecl with a plainilse note about hrr. 

* * * 

This Is an era wh<*n e\en a thrlsl- 
mas rarot might not escape a rag- 
time rendtilon, but Ihe shock of surh 
unorthodoxy has long worn off I 
fan remember Ihe stunned ama/e- 
ment which some 30 year* ago gieel- 
rd a pianist who rumhad Loch 
mnnd to a group of .Scots, a piece of 
boldness lhat warranied Ihe Vic- 
Itma Cross During the last war. 

also mv own ears opene<l wide when 
tn the studio of CJVl 1 heard a hag- 
piper play Mairzy Poais. a frai of 
legerdemain hmdenng on the miracu- 
loua or the absurd. I havr not yet 
decided which. 

* * * 

Nowadays any song no matter l»a 

parentage <an he arrangerl to suit 
(he resiles., feel of anv hep cal. a, 
I visit to Ihe nearest hallrown will 
Illustrate, and once sacreil military 
p.e<es aie given the mo.lrrn beat 
wnh great abandon. One of Ibem I 
noir pariicularly ihrse days is .‘vc«i- 
land Ihe Brave, currently «ving as a 
fierv iToss but the lune of my own 
legimcni signifying rest. li was 
plaverl as a signal "'oRK'ng 

was abm.i over, for 'be moment a« 
least and not. happdv 
to go over the top. a i.racfice which 
rejMMlUon quickly made aomewhat 
unaitiBCtive 


Reports from Ottawa 


T he private enterprise radio 
people are reported to be wait- 
ing, with a kind of klda before Christ- 
mas excitement, 
for the new broad- 
casting authority to 
Stan exercising Its 
authority. It's well 
known that Ihe pri- 
V a t e broadcasters 
want the Board of 
Bioad< ast Cover 
nois lo let them 
compete with the 
CBC TV stations in the majpr ctlles, 
where state-owned TV has a mon- 
ofvdy. 

Ii’s less well known that ihey 
want lo set up iheir own radio net- 
works. and eventually even ’IV net- 
works. to break ttie CBC network 
monopoly. 

Six groups of private bn'adcaslers 
have prepared more or less deiaiWl 
prop«)«ala for new neiwurks. Thiee 
are aiming towards national coverage, 
and three are planning regional net- 
works. The projects are dependent on 
BBG approval. They also depend on 
the ability of the private broadcasters 
lo CO operate with one another, and to 
finance Ihe ventures. 

A * * 

The report of the Fowler Royal 
Commission on Broad«a«ilng on 
which the gnvernmenl'a new policy 
is ba.sed. said Hally lhat private 
hroadrastera had no interest in sel- 
ling up networks to rival ihove of 
the CBC. 

James Allard who ha« been the 
Industry's front man In Ot'awa for 
a decade, opines that the royal <-om- 
mission mlsundersiood the meanings 
of ■'network" and •’hookup." and that 
the indusiry a lack of Interest in Itie 
laller might have been mis* fin»lnted 
to apply to the foimer. 

A network Is a permanent organl- 
raiinn doing business on a rmporaie 
Ijasis and linking stations on long- 
term coniroris. A hookup Is a icm 
porarv linking of stations tor a sih* 
rifle purpose such as broaihasting lt»* 
Grey Cup game. 


Private broad- asters have always 
wanted a netwoik of their uwn. savs 
Allard, who speaks wilh authorliy. as 
executive vu“e president of Ihe Cana- 
dian Asso*-iallon of Broadcasters. 


In the da\i of unliammeled pri- 
vate enteipiise in railio, before the 
Bennett government set up the Cana- 
dian Pvadio Broadcasting Commis- 
sion, neiwoiks were so rampantly 
ctKTimercial lhat they even bore their 
s{x>nsors' names. Thus: the Nielsen 
ChtHolaie netwoik, and the Impeiial 
Oil nelwork. 

The CRBC took them over and 
welded them inio the CRBC nelwork. 
which eveniually be<*ame the CBC 
national nelwork. But since these dis- 
tant days before the government en- 
tered the hroad<asting business, the 
private end of the industry has had 
no espeiience in operating neiwoiks 
except In the limited fichl of slalion 
partk'ipallon in the (*BC net. 

Allard reports that nevertheless 
there is great enthusiasm fur m*w 
network!*, particularly among ihe big 
prlvj'e st.illons. Important In their 
planning is greater use of ••regiorvil 
fanliiies" This simply mean* em- 
phasis fin roop«Malive conltlbullona 
to nelwork lime as opposH to Ihe 
CB<‘ practice of originating most net- 
wotk material In the major rilies. 
noiahly Toronto and Moniieal. 

This Idea amind* tremendous 
until you reflei't on the fact that 
trllsHc laleni con. entrates where it 
tan make the best living: the big 
cities. 

Another factor in lha planning, 
Allard says, is use of “advanced 
technolngi- al method* * Thai impres- 
si»-e phrase could mean lliile mora 
llisn airmailing tape recordings in 
stead of leasing land lines. 

These will be among mailers f-.r 
Ihe BBO's atienilon; wh.il Ihe pthate 
hinatlra*tef« want to do and whv. 
huw It-* . pr‘»p*»*»e dning it an«1 ihe 
quanliis and qualHv of their output 
of Canadian malerial. 


In terprvlinf( Ihe Acic.s 

Unlikely 

w .. atxinv 


B RITAIN'S popular press hag b^cn 
thrown into a high aiate of excite 
ment by an ' uniuppable prime miniMet. 

When Prime Minister .Macmiiun pU) 
fuUy hinted to the ..piwsiUoii in me v-utv 
mona lecently mat me next gctici-l eie» 
lion "may be siwnei than >ou mink 
several newspapers wcie galvaniml into 
a strle* of calculations devignerl t‘> *how 
that th« election would be held in teo 
tRary March. 

Tha rematk. made while Macmillan 
WM eapeiiencing considerable dilficuhy 
tfaaUns wUh questions reaurr^ting the 
Sues Canal mala of two year* ago. w*a 
the i-esWesI of heriings. It la a mea 
iure of Ihe prime mlnisler s political 
acumen that almoal without exception Ihe 
Uatening Journaliala set off In full cry 
The next day tha politically potent 
Rue* queatlon was almost lost In the 
welter of excited election prognoalkationa. 

■n»#aretirally. Macmillan can call a 
g*„,ral ilartion any Um# between now 


Rv r.l» RIMON 

Canadlsn Press Htaff Writer 

. . io«t when the ConM*rvaliv* 

IS hag been , fivrycar leim expnes. 

ite of excite ^ numivfi nf faebus. mamy eo*- 

nmemin.Mer, l, a.ghly 

mnmevim- t»-i or c*i 1\ r i.*,.# of 

lU.iing the emeigcnr. -I an ts%ue ot 


ovetiiding im|MU 


mnre, mid May would ap 


to he the earliest rcas 4 .nahle dale. 
Lth September or October other likely 

budget, a traditional vehicle for 
offeitng vole winning lid bus to ^ 
lorate Is not experied before mid April, 
(government depa.tmenta have not vet 
,„rted on detailed preparation of their 
estimates and there U no indicaiion they 
are under pressure to do !*« 

A more important factor, and one 
much In the minds of government aliate 
gists, ts the unemployment piohlem Die 
mimber of Brllon* nut of w ork is close lo 
the Wnonn mark high by British 
siaodaida and government esperti prt- 
did Ihe ftgur* will Incttaae by tha end 
of February. 


Mention of Tip(«*tary reminds one 
J|..W these old lime tunes live on, Tn 
this rtav gencraiions not horn lo me 
nuances of iheir origin go down the 
Strand or Pack Ip their Troubles 
long after kilhags have changed Iheir 
meaning Some of these \^U I* 
voriles had a place in the last war 
hut naturally Ihe boy* of 133P ioun<\ 
out that among other tuneful exer- 
eves in Roll Out the Barrel was 

peculiarly'appropilate lo the h» of 

their atep In iis origin H ■ 

polka and easy to adapt, hut even if 
it had tiwen a wsHz ns tem|*<* would 
have hern Just as enslly elevated. 

• * * 

One wall?, for ins1.inre In the per 
srm of Walt/k'g Matilda who ma.le 
snidierlv feet move more equably m 
desert sands and elsewhere, is a con- 
splruoua example of the pmoene-s 
of song* to oust offirlsl military 
tunes For all hi* famlMarliy Colonel 
Bngev never had a chance with Tip 
perary. Ihe Beer Barrel Polk* or the 
twin denies Lllv Marlene end Waltz- 
ing Malilda The Infermre is Ines 
capable that It I* the song that 
counts and not the tune Military 
marches there are by the score hut 
It IS the words soldiers «ing which 
give immortality to the lunes hy 
which in war fhe\ march and have 
Iheir being The air* are a hy pro 
durt. for If need he the troop, will 
fathion the*e lo match the beal of 
Iheir iMt, 


The Packsack 


would hardly expect the 


Y Or wouirt narui) --vi--- 

Ps. kxark to be a prognosneatrT 
of faahion. Yei here goes. 

Did you notice, in ihe T\‘ coverage 
of the Grey Cup ||MI' 
game, those play- sH 

ers at and around * JM 

the bench wearing JH 

large capes’ 

I..adies and gentle- f ^ 
men. the cape I* 
coming bark Into 
fashion »* a men's • " / > 

gatmeni I 

Formerly. t h e 

(ooiball plavers on the tvn. h 

stirnuded themselves in t»|an 

kets A few ulnafinam-ed flubs m- 
vested in hooded sweat shirts •>! large 
sizes which the player* hasiily drew 
on and hastily yanked off. as they 
c*me and went *t the bench. But ail 
of a sudden, aomebody with a practi- 
cal sense thought of capes And ibu* 
we saw the players striding about 
the bench area arrayed tn the hand 
immesi and manliest of all garments, 
a great, blanketty c*K The player 
IS clothed to It m an Instant And 
in an instant. It la flung aside. 

W>en I **.v Ihe rape 1* 'coming 
hack' Into fashion. I mean that U 
has only heert out of fashion about 
on* hundred year*. Befor* Ih* dzwn 


of (iRKGOBV < I.AKK 

ipe.i the "f railroad era around IS'fd sav. 

noslH-aiffr ca|v-v were Ihe umvi-isal gatmeni of 

men who rode horseback, drove rut 

iei‘. walked 'JO miles, and otheiwise 
coverage ^ 

warm. Coals came in when H was 
no longer necessary to he comfort 
jdl able whil* active. 

In this motor age »h* cape Is now 
about 40 year* late. It 1* ihe peifei-t 
garment for a man who. on entering 
WKm his car. ran fling it off. and on leav 

Ing hls car. ran throw It on. Fo«.M.all 
j ^ i plavers have now given It the manly 

- ,t wananf Capes, within a year, will 

_ he strictly de rlgueiir. as we {xahlon 
a t*en* h 

... authorities say. 


person anyune 
would call a poli- 
tician. and It has 
often been said 
that he has no 
uste for politic*. Both slatemcnti 
can be right, and yet it u concelvni.l* 
that in hls way Mr yiisenhower 
mold achieve real aucceas on ih* 
political front. 

For while the won! “politics' con* 
notes a game or a contest helwern 
panics and person* m govenintenial 
iile, it has a bmadcr meaning ih* 
rapanlv to unflerMand the moot! *>f 
the people. The key to leadership 
In the next two years, therefore, la 
In how lo deal with Ih* mood of 
the people. 

A * * 

i>hviou*l). the first si^P »» 
make sure Just what the national 
mood really I*. 

Today the national mood 1* a 
composile of a lot of local and Indl* 
vulusJ moods. But there Ls a com- 
mon denominainr running through 
all of them Theie arc gripes galme. 
There aie the InMaiiona and annoy- 
ances of the ecm'Auic woild and 
many worncs over Uie fact that th* 
(.’ommunisis do not seem to want 
to let things Hlune. There are griev- 
an<-es about high taxes and inequit- 
able taxes Theie at* fears about 
the ;?e. 5 ^*v -lecline m the purchasing 
(Miwer of the dolUt otherwise call'-d 
inflation. There is unrest beiw«*en 
management ami labor and a belief 
that oigani/ed labor will abuse I's 
collective* hat gaining power and ex- 
tol t higher and higher wages. l*hi* 
means higher and higher puce* and 
a squeeze, particularly on the peopl* 
with fixed incomes. 

How then to cure the di.si-onlent? 
Foi discontent produced the negaliv* 
reaction that Instigated Ihe Demo- 
riatlc Party s landslide In th* recent 
elornons. * 

AAA 

The fust and foremost problem 
In national snd internaiional affair* 
is lo fix responsibility. In the recent 
eieclmns the blame for everything 
was placed on the Republican*. Thi* 
was due to the ladles of the Demo- 
iia's who assumed no responslhlhty 
themselves but constantly fostered 
Ihe Illusion that Ihe president con- 
trol* Itie budget, writes the sppro- 
piixlion Isw*. ran increase or de- 
.leave spending ran ctintnil wage* 
and prices, an-l can wave a waml 
and bring pios{M*rliy or. by making 
a mi'Mke drive the oniniiy Into a 
rete*,vion. 

There is no such thing as tes(K.n- 
sible government here in the parha- 
fneotary sense. Mr. Truman had rio 
q.ialms about fixing responalbiliiy 
on the Repunliran (’ongics* which 
he had on hi* hands from litifi to 
Ihtk. and he won the prealdenttal 
election. In season and out h« 
hammered away at hi* political 
opp»inents and mnilnually charac- 
terized the With Congress as a do 
nothing" congress, 

The last nmgiess wa* one of th* 
worst in American history If »h* 
criterion is the protection of the 
national Imeresi against tyranny and 
autocracy in the courts, and If it b* 
as-sumed that the irreservation of Hi* 
right of I'zral self government i« any 
longer important to Ihe people of 
Ametira Jbe t'ongress, moreover, 
eiii ‘Mimged policies of extiavagsnce 
in the handling of public funds *r»d 
turned away fium conslriiciivw 
meaxuies Imiking toward wavs of 
using the lax svsiem as an »m-eniiv* 
to tiiisiiiess expansion. 

Me«ldling bv Congress in the eon- 
. duct of foreign policy was constant 
so that the w.jild Isn’t sure iMsy 
whether partisans on th* senai* 
for^icrn relation* committee or tli* 
offKials of the department nf slate 
s|rf-..k for this nation to other 


With the Classics 

Old men forget; yet all shall b* 
forgot 

Rut be li remember with advantage* 

What fesia he did that day. 

Then shall our name* 

Familiar In hi* mouth as household 
wolds 

Harrv the king. Bedford snd Exeter. 

Warwick and Talbot. SalUbury «nd 
Glouresier, • 

Be in Iheir flowing cup* freahly 
remember'd. 


Actually. .Mr. Eisenhower can 
wn-ld more power w|lh the peopi* 
now than ever before if he diagnove* 
the nahonal mossl correctly and 
keeps up a petsl«tenl rampslgn fz>f 
measures and policies that h* 
tv-lieves are right. 

Contentment for the elertorat* 
wif) not I'ome In two year*, but 
fwtponsihllity for the discontent can 
he marked out clearly so that In th* 
elei tion* of IftWi and IhtVt the peopl* 
mav know th.H when they vot* 
fiemorrallc nr Repuhllcsn they sr* 
rhfiov.ng certain p«ihries and 'crtam 
tnu-vid'Ml* to carry them out 

If it»e eloiorale l«n t afraid of 
a deep rezessioo and a runaway 
infl.iMon and doean'l care what 
hjpirena !o the dollar, surely one 
political party ought, through H* 
leadership, to spell out the fact* m 
unmistakable terms so that if th* 
debacle doe* come the nation can 
return to the parly that eonlinuously 
preached aound economic*. For hatic- 
•lly If* the porkefhook issue* that 
wtn or lose election*. 

If Mr KUenhower i* well atlv 
he will make an aggresMv* ftght i 
Ihe next two yearn to keep the ptfl 
ttetani In congress who hold t 
purse *trtnf* from rohMng t 
peopl* of Iheir saving*. Thnra U M 
mor* tmporunt l**A«. 


i 



Pay Less 

CAPITAL 
IRON & 
METALS 


CatlH (Tnlnttilrt Viclori*. B.C., T)i«n.. D*c. 18. 1958 5 


fs Duel Rival 
Up to Snuffs 


before you say SCOTCH 

t CAV 

DEWAR’S 


To Stop Inflation 


In Ihe of the ('olont»( of IW 6. thore wa« »n 

e<1i(nrtal h»*«den' Hikr *\ot Soluiion'' Th<» arUfl* 

C'lnialn^ v*iinu« Uimpntatioru and aigumenis, but no 
of a aotijdon. 

It IS arifurd by Ubor that Inrraasf* In wag«*» do«*'« n<»l 
In pricea, hm ihw i» t*a»p m vvhirh ih<* in* 
rte*«» in tat»*» ik'finiioiy flouod fr(*m an mm-dM* in wagru. 
Ilia inciaas** in vmgps no! baM*d on or ju^tifird by 
crealor pro»lurl|on of woik. hui nu*ri’#:. Iiawol on 


A siaicWoMit i**Miod by tha 
Italian Nationailai Aati'K'ia- 
non. of which I'apuio Is pm*«i 
di>ni, aaitl it' is Itnoaimaling 
H I 1 (I g 1 a n d "lo diiooscr 
whHilifr ho IS a pcrsonalliv of 
suflicicnl stature to )UMttf> 


romp: iHeulers) — Italian 
monMichtst Vini*en/»> (.'aputo 
whoiM* recent duel rhallenne 
to P'leld M.ii<hal ViMOuiit 
Aftrnigomery was a<«vpictl by 

another P:ngli4iman. R Uiidg 
land, announced We»lni**Mlay 


X/CVf^LCS 


indust 


Control Board or i>> u>' ( 


I to gel a ntk# In prnca aulhori/etl the iim* '•imply app^'ain 
I almost unnoticed, like a very small brook flowing Into 
I a river. 

* But still labor s.i>n It Is not wages that cao^ie Ihe 

• risn; it la Ihe i*ost of jOHieiMl att«J e\ces*.i\r pinflts. elc. 
! 'ITiis of coutse IS an enotieoua o»nteiiil<in Kunilamcniallv. 
J all things lhal we U'^ have only two in«i»'«lienis, One 

• ingredietd Is Ihe oiiginHl maifu! ih.it Is lomul in or ujetn 

♦ the earth or in the sf.i o» in ihe air Hieie all IIu'M* 

* mnleiials are fi»'«‘. 'I’he other InguHlicni is lab»M or human 
effttrt in some form or aiuuher. ntii* rufi'ssanly opphetj 

i lo the thing Hself. bid afiph'sl in the running <if an nr* 
gani/ed sorieiy in all its aj'jiecis Bioadly '|ienkmg. wages 
are the pompcnsaiion foi ad Ihene efforts whelher the 
comiM'iisalion he t*a)le<l wagi-s oi salaru*s oi piotiis or 
rent or Inietest or anv other name 
^ |i S4*eins theiefoie clear that Ihe phice to hold co-st 
» Is at Ihe heginmng and all the way through the piorhicimn 
} ch-innel. and that means wages. naUne*. piolits. He., lor 

* all forms of hum. in effort .Stnkes and hn'kouts should 
S be prohibited and wage claim*- anil other di-puies should 
! be «a>Mled hy negotiation Theie could ta* .s tMi.iid oi couit 
5 of appeal lo review the dHision on Ihe fiu ts piesi'nli'il 

I I have quietly advocateti ih»» above for s«in»e tune 
and ’heie are manv who aie of opinion ih.ii om«*ihitig 
along lh.»i line must come in Itie .near fiiime if wc are 
lo have industrial peace and he able to *-'op mfleiion. 

P. J. KNL’PSKN 

J 110 Olive Street. 


COYA KNITSr^N 

. . husband duped 


MARILYN MONROE 
, . . loses second baby 


LOVELY, EXCITING, WEARABLE 


amos in 


Thursday 

Friday * 


WASHINGTON — l.inHdn HOST 
While, the .state dep.iHmeni * Qtilnlan 
iirlieirtl spokesman, was a«ki*d ITih chi 
whriher .'la« T^e lung'', res- tenor d( 
Ignaiion pic*.ideni of Com 

munisi China, announced yes NOHI 
leiday. might mcie.ise the Stanley 
chances nf I'S leeognilion. lauiaiil 
"So." <.aid While then he Ih S.J h 
fld'liNj '.omewh.Tt bitlerlv ‘in P'^'ldle I 
l.':r,;r; p-'-t .Mr M.in did t 

Mol tjp his cap giacefuMv in '"P 
iMe it lion ul the I iiM«*d 


The Rnssland Ttail hveliu tion has pir*dured some 
figuies whit'h should t»e of general Inieie.-ci a romparis/m 
between the lOVi aiul the 1b"»8 vote shows Sorial ClHJit 
down .W per rent, CCP' down ^ jM*r cent. I. iber.il up 12 
per cent, and the Conservatives up by a magnificent 8hn 
per rent. 

This campaign and its results hove left shm’ked and 
Ineredulous citi/ena all ovei Hiitish Columina 

TKO t’KE-iwV. 

31 19 Shelhourne Street. 


A wonderful choir* m wool 
haninn. rla«e»»r or fanry styles 


SWEATERS 


C.XRDIGANS. from 


Gfiiter and glamour with the fla.sh 

of jewel trim on oilon 

Hl.ok and white onl.v. Ill 

Only I V 


Evening Blouses 

In velvet, lame and lace Some 
“tuck in " some over-hlonse 
iivle. Sire* V2 lo 20. From 


WA.SlUNtjTu.N Hep. Cov* 
Kiiulson ’L> Minn i |.iili-il in 
her eftorls In obtain a full- 
'-• 'le Hou<-e Investigation of 

rbarg<*s her opjKUienis iluperl 
Ium husband Inin a “Coya 
come home" alalemeni that U*'l 
It) her deleaf, Husbaod .And.v 
H.iid he WAS led to believe hy 
his wife* pohllral foes that 
she waa "running Hrmiml ' 
with her office as-si-stant. BUI 
hjeldahl. 


i II la only Ihrough ihe merlium of the ptes« ihai Ihe 
' people »s myself are able to bring In Ihe Htleiillon <if 
'the public aa a whole the wondeilol c.ue ih.it is tx'ing 
'given lo returned veierana at our Veieiaos’ Hospital here. 
If It weie fHfwihle. I should like to pn'seni orcliids to the 
entire nuraing staff for iheir cheeiliii. smiling .iiid vety 
com|>etenl rare of the sick and ailing, whom day afier 
day they tend an fnithf'iny. and to Hie st.iff oi doriors 
who work ao hard lo heal and help all whti eome io them; 
and A greal hlg "Thank you'' to the entire L>VA staff. Their 
efficiency and courtesy is wonderful 

• I know wheM**)f I st»*nk, as my dear hiistund le 
Irenilv passed aw-ay In the hospital, afiei seveinl long 
jpeiiods of Illness. P>ch and every time he iweivnl can* 
that waa beyond repinnch. and at the end the kindness 
•and enurtesv shown me by Ihe DVA staff went far lo 
*eaae live pain of my loas. 

? SADIK MacA.SKILl- 

|llTf Hilda Street. 


LONIXIN A lOO yeai old 
Welsh Oongregaiioimlisi min- 
ister will introdui'e the (lueen's 
Christmas Day hroadca.si mes- 
sage after a i.Vmimiie Com- 
monwealth tadio hookup He is 
Rev. John Fvans. born May 12, 
IK.VI. 


UMBRELLAS 


100 . Nylon with deep lare 
trim All eolora. Si/es 32 to 4A. 
Reg S29T) 


From 


In tariana and plain*, regu 
lar or pagoda at\1e«. 10 to 
1ft rib qiiahly. 


HALF SLIPS 


In lace trimmed nylon, 
Regular J2 95 . . 


NKW YORK Artless Marl 
l>n Monnm has suffered a mis 
can lage for the .second lime 
since her mairiage to play 
w light ,\rlbur >liller. .'4he was 
repoiied ' terribly depressed." 


OTTAWA Liheial I..eailer 
le*s|er IVarson viva Canada 
should have a ‘ distinctive flag 
and a national anthem and that 
t'anadians should show .signs 
of "naiional maturiiy'* In dis* 
cussing these issues. 


There s Luxury in a 


U HOUSECOATS 


Wink" COAT 


The liAditional gift m chenille 
wool, quilted satin or hengallne 
Zipper or wraparound style 
Ouster or full length. 


■llant/ia lo Hang 
\ For Murder 


SANTA MONICA. Calif. — 
Italianhorn acirevs IMer An- 
geii won a divorce hy default 
frt>m singer Me Oamone on 
lesiimony he "was insanely 
Jealmis" without having any 
(casoii to dnubt her love. 


II • the fabric with Ihe look and the feel 
nf fur . . . fUilenng and pracllcaJ. Shorty 
and full length siyle* in greys and brown*. 


HOSE SPECIAL 


If In Doubt . . . Why no! a 
GIFT CERTIFICATE 


First quality perlerli^ In 54 
giiige. l.Sdenier 


inkin* were Identified as indirsied afii'r .li'okins had 
Vmo-vi-suAis. bioken off with .M.inilia hy 

It WAS brought out that the saying that he planned to gel 
Uhl before the young lailoi cnMnie.i 
iis slabbed lo death Sept f> k.NK OK Ql .%KI{Kf, 

■ hi.s h«'d a( HMCS Naden he 

:n M»nlh» (...) . Ilehl >nd ">'• »■>' »" 

W.kin« «■.. h.-.iicn u|. »)...)m.-..i •) (.1 .su,...no. 


WASHINfrrON lerome B 
rapiln, a brother of catiooiiist 
\ll ( app. C.»nced»*d he vvn-* 
once a Communist party ftinc 
lioniiiv in L<iulsiHo.i and 
peims), Ivama 


Wearable Gifts for Children, Too 

SWEATERS BLOUSES 


PARIS A tiled I’eier 
Town**eml H'luined from an 
MiJiNMlmlle moviemaking hip 
around the world and said he 
did not plan to go to FIngland 
to s«>ii|p down 


In nylons and roitnn*. 
8lou<M>ona. Sizea 9 to 14 
From 


Polyethylene 


A hlg f noi(s» in color and weight and « 
lu'd *140 range, up to 1ft teen 

rt I.I.OVRKS. 

from. t 


CLOTHES 


HOUSECOATS 

In chenille, velura. nylon and rollon 
.3 to ftx. 

from O 

^ « In 14. 

\ from H 


^ WVII 1 

'’harmed 
itli iMiinler 


HAMPERS 


rAKmr.A.Ni4. • 

from 


ST CHARI.K'^. Mn, It ap 
jHMis there will he a l>i‘mo 
Cl idle sweep in St Cbarlev 
C'otinly afier all ftrllmr Tege- 
t|)off. nnihd.de lor ieior(li*r 
of deeds who was the only 
I>em«»ciallc loser m ccmnly 
contests tn the .November elec* 
lion, has been erulorsefl by 
the county a I’lemociaiir t'om- 
mit'ee for Ap|K>intment a.s 
court hous<* janitor 


K*« ll•h)•»l|hl May -o 
rUitn • r'Bl lahni «»v»t 
r*iil •«)»( r>nlt)r« Ar ni»r 
Himit Pn4iti«* **nti)«iiaa 

In tniMlrtn a»<orii<>r rolor* 


"ALtlARY iCPi A m.Kle his way In 

wn witness lesiifird at a Jenkins room on the KMond 
.'hminarv heaiing W.'tli'es of the Nelje.s Block and 

that Harry Dixon. 19. told st.ihbed the vuinr twice wiih 
-M he had beaten and r^'b a hunting knife he had taken 
»l Clyde iJack' Ba.xier. n't wdh him 
«r-old profesaionnl gambler esr.i|>iv 

r>lxon and two other pi’r-wms pome aIiU 
. iwen rhavged wdh Bax- the Ciowo 
La alaymg His battered At appioi 
ilv was found Nov. 8 lying Jeitkin- sir 
*A pti'd bf hl'Kid in his lux and oiliers p 
V apartment. n high pitcf 

jrelimlnais hearing of tnufMi b\ 
ti ges against (•et»rge T.i'. vni.e - (-.mi 
\ 2h. and Wendy IVvIin 21 I,^lp 

J.n start De. 2i SK( OM)S I.ATFK 

;iohn KUinson. 19 of l.atur 
j), Alla, told the r.iiiil he 
;iie(t Dixon m a htdr| room 
si Dixon shnvveil him be 
•pen $Tdt) and JWtO which 

• said he had taken fn>m 
tier a apattment 
i asked him if Ke had 

ile<l Jack. If Jack was dead 
If said, "n*) . 1 don’t think 
, We did hit him a few 
t es. " Flllnson te.«1lfled. 

{Answering questions from 
»)W'n prosecutor Fred Thor 
tod Kllinson said he over 
ard a ronversailon between 
‘xon and Miss Devlin D» t 

• in which the robbery nf an 
*named man was discussed. 


“CAPITAL'S" 
Saving; Centre 

on riolhesllne wire, 
pulleys steel 
ritdhesline |Mdes 
made to any 
length. 




e way he had WA.'sHINC.TO.S President 
letected. said pjnenhower says life Tiad be. 

ennie •'O compIlcHted ihiit 
ately 2 am ant»il»er sear or two should 
Dg rnomm.sie .idtled to the present high 
le block heard Kcho«)| leim. He wid modem 
s«'ieam fol- <j.j\ voiiogsiers weip so "so- 
fenoi sliicken plnsiiiMied' that 12 yens of 
mIo«> 1 no longer pmvitled the 
minimum erhicHilon thej 
should have 


iPiiiomEn 
& CHILDR€n 
...:and ri€n" 


Er'INBCRGH. Scotland — 
|.ord Cnithrte. pnlge of the 
roitri of sessions lieie. ad 
joumeil a ra<ve bec.iuse the 
courtroom was too hot Pie- 
vioiia day he adjmirnerl an- 
other case in the same court- 
room because H was too cold 


On, Over 
anil I n<ler 
OotiKla.s 


No Down Payment with a PLAN-A-COUNT 


FINE HAIRCUTTING 
By Appointment 

AT NO KXTKA COST 

Barbtr Syrt — T06 Viiw 


WASHINGTON The Stale 
dcpailmem savs the govern 
men! nf Iraq has spologi/ed 
lor the demonstrations against 
assistant.<aeri etary \MHIam >1. 
Kountrfe in Baghdad Mnixinv. 

\ r? • W T? V M a*t «a «S WX M Ml 

5 FARM MARKET 5 

144.5 H.AM.TAIN STKKKT | 


Prices rffecllxe Thursday. Frtda). .Saturday and Sunday 


Have nothing hut the Best 
Farm Freah Vegetable* lor 
your Chhstmaa Dinner. 


ORANGES 

I Potatoes 
I Turnips l4H-al 
t Carrots ( ttnK«)t«n N( 

I Holly Wreaths 
I Christinas Trees 

I Open .Seven a Week from • am. to !• p.m. 

Kai yax v-OkW* <MK Tin » v«a MMM Ml «a v^Pta MX MV 


doren 

for 


FI AT I 

I In I ChristniM * 

Only *1.498 ■ 

OVERSEAS CAR LTD. ” 

IIM TATXa r«^> ■ 


I 








Now brawed In 
B.C .fiPoiii an . 
aullMHnfk IHIsorior 
radpi from Pikon, 
CzodM^vokio 


Brewed with 
speciol ftroin of 
genuine biropeon 
Pilsener Yeast 


ENSOY IT § 

Today ! ^ 


PILSENER 


Bstlo (Solcmtst. Victww 
Tkwr«4«|>, D«< ll. 


Project iVlercury’ Started 


New Rocket Family 
Planned by Experts 


for a ioncer period than under 
IhP nu5(ing plan. 

"I dimt «*e Hhere there la 
anything much mvohefl that 
r4>u'>onai>le people rant re- 
Mtlvo " Dr. Ki>iher aaid. 
ANsWKK ALI.i;(..ATIOSS 


lie uia me powri commia- 
kiuHh net debt lo inr guvein- 
tneiU a* ol April. 1. 

amt that annual 
net debt chaiges were Jl.MO, 

He aald that the last due 
and un 


WASHINGTON il'Fll — , manv satellite launchings and -aid it vi:ll '■pend S.Winon'.n 
Siwte administrator T Keith space probes, .seemingly '*ilh o\ri 
'ilennan said la.st night the 
I’nlted Slates plans a whole 
new family of rockets lor 
space exploration and has em 
harked on a “project Mer 


meilcan s. ce 


at the Empre**?* Hotel. 

Ian H A Mdl»- P""cr com- 
mission diiccior of finance, 
told the royal that 

the power ’ iiescr 

has been beMjtnl and Is always 
up to date in i*' H-i»sym4‘ius 
to the gnsrinmcnt’ »*n the 
$26 0Ot>0cm (Miwcr < otnmt'-ton 
loans held m me name of the 
gosfinment. 

He agieed "dh romrnls- 
Stoner John Dunstruiir that 
“there Is notlnng in default and 
it IS suggested this loan or 
borrowing f>e reflnani'ed al 
though It seems me jecurUies 
are si a >ery fa\oiable rate ol 
interest." 


iiuns included in the piovm- 
cul grosai debt is iyV7. 

•'riiercloie, on or Irelore 
that dale It will be ncces.>ary 
for the piovlnce to have either 
cash Ol negotiable securities 
in Its sinking funds to n-jiay 
ouistdTVding <U‘t)i !»• said. 
'The current imsiiion is ihal, 
Instead ol ca.sh securities, the 
province has a non negotiable 
hiHik entry ' 

TUO i HOM ES 

' Eailure to fund oulsland- 
inc t ash advances by the com 
mi.ssion will have ihe effect 
uf ief|Uinng me province 
eilhei to borrow or lo appro 
piiair revenues in 1977 lo (hen 
pay the outstanding cash ad 
vanei's. ’ he said 

Ml Fisher said one refi- 
nanung plan worked out to 
an annual /Ixerl 'ash deb' 
rliarne of $1.325.-11T, less than 
the $l.r.-10,:i73 the cnammis-sion 
now pays 

He .igreed that In rffc<'i the 
pnwer romm!-s»nn would b4* 
paying the same number of 
doilars. hut will be paying it 


IAN R A MILl-S 
, . . nothing In default 

"It l« outright stuiudiiy to 
try to do anything else * 

He said if nui>Kle lenders 
learned that tiusl fund.s and 
Imal lender* weie getting a 
lower rale they would boycott 


j, V. FISHER 
, dl-sliKe.* infeience 


•'We were told we nm«t re 
finame now^” Mt Mill* said. 

He said the reason given In 
a letter wa> that "then* should 
be held as an offset for ilie 
gifiS' debt negotiable |ia|>er> 
r.iiiier than a book entry and 
Idi ilme.s should he provnied to 
secure maiket pains from the 
insehtmeni ol sinking fund in 
siallmenls * 

PioviJir.iil government eco' 
nomic advjsei J Ki-her .said 
the power c«»mmlssion ic- 
firiant tnp proposal ‘‘has noth 
inp to do wim p<»\«'riunent 
poll, y to extinguish Ihe net 
/lehi 

Hi Fisher emiJia.sr?e«l there 
tids berm no suggestion of 
ever using a (ius| fund to sub- 
<-t(J>re the fHiwer commission 
by giving the commission a 
low r.ne of interest on its bor 
M>wmp^ 

IMPI <..N'S HONOR 

"Any other aifermre Im 
pugn* my honor, sir and I 
don I like It. ’ Hr Fisher mid 
comml.s.*lon chan man Or, Cor 


Prohors 
Short 
Of W ork 


Today 


featuring pretty, low-priced gifts from our 
glamorous main floor selection! 

^gr 


The Shium royal tommls 
*1011 into B.C pMwi-i I ommis 
aion financing u running out 
of work at lea*t for the time 
being . 

Dr. Gordon Shtum, chairman, 
said Thne arc no new .sij 
ne->.*es to tail now Hltlunipli 
former power lomtnis-smn gen- 
eral manager H l./’e Briggs 
and former r-ommisMoner H 
If Griffin are *. neilulrd to ap 
pear early In the new year. 

Ur. Shnim said the cnmmia 
Sion today will Kind) a levvsion 
of scheduled dates lor the 
healings 

Meanwhile, the commission 
w-ill meet again thi* morning 
at R. a' the Empress Hotel and 
will have powei cnmmlssifjneis 
T. 11 Crosby and Hr H J Mac- 
Leod ajipear for more question- 
ing ANo sche«tuled fur re 
apfiearancc.s ate power com 
mlvslr.n gonrial manager R (’ 
Mc.Mordio and Gaith Griffiths. 


Gift Specialf 

^tAineri Cila.vs 

Beod-and'Earring 

Sets 

In Gay Colors 

Imagine' Only a dollar for these 
pretty boxed sets Chou-e ol bib* 
and choker,, wi'h matching e.«r 
rings .Shop EARLY 4 AA 
In secure these! I l|l| 

Sperlal I aWW 


9 a.m. Santa Si>ecial! 

^^b^oido^f<I and Brocaded Slippers 

i»si little stvles that ever gra<ed her boudoir' Imported 
J Kong in embroideied satin or satin 4 ylA 

some witl^ ad/irnble fur trims In pastels and I 
* StresSML S|ie« lally pih ed at aw 


The Corporation of the District of Saanich 

WATER OFF 

GLANFORD DISTRICT 

For the purpose of ennnerlinc a new walemtain. 
Ihe wafer supply will lie shut off on Glanford 
Avenue from Judah SliTel to Vanalman Avenue. 
includlnK all side .streets lietween the hours of 

8.00 a.m. and 12.00 noon 
On Thursday, December 18. 1958 

llou.seholders and others in the area arc advised 
to govern themselves accordingly. 

N. W. UFE. r. Kng., 
Municipal Engineer. 


Vour Choice of Seamless 
or Custom-Fit 


NYLONS 


»t.t— wrrn fvcRY CuarHAfla 


in ORIENT'S 
20% Discount Sale 


ll.lfe C.ltr«r»<»a ••Ik Xn>«. 
Ck»raUIM - Tr.« - Oraa,*. 
KO MOVE! DOW* 


Regular a.9.^ 


Ilarf> a wonderful buy for 
gift shoppers who desne lin- 
gerie that's extia beautiful. 
Famous make slips with wide, 
wide hems of ituked sheer 
nylon and the preltiesi ever 
top* . . and half slip* exactly 
as sketched with wide lare- 
and-*heer flounce. All sizes. 


TELMAC 


t What would your hosiery budget 
be like without these wonderful 
ORIENT discount sales? Here is 
> one t hat 's t Imed t o Chris! mas shop- 
% ping ... featuring beautiful first 
\ qualities ... in new hlgh*society 
k shades. Sizes 8' - to 11. 


tk Business Sheers 


Yours 
Tomorrow 
for Only 


% Reg. 1.25 pair, I I ^ V 

5 2 pairs 1.9.Y ' 

^ Formal or Walking Sheers, seamless, plain or mesh, reg. I..50 pair 
jit 1.20 — 2 pairs 2.25 

• Dream Sheers, rrg. 1.75 pair, - 1.-40 — 2 pairs 2.75 


For ihAt little extra E'R 

Nylon Tricot 
Half Slips 

With a deep dainty nylon lar» 
trim and ahadnw 4 QC 
panel . . . * 


Save Her Sole With C>osy Nylon-Stretch SHpperettes 

Pretty, hut ine.xpenxive . double knit for wear . . . piettlly AA< 
beadrt for eve appeal. One *i?e stretchr* to *ize 6 or ?'• »hoe XM 
tize ... In several lovely ehades. Special WW 


Kariting Special 
for C'hrHtmas 

Mandarin Style 
Fuji Pyjamas 

With lovely hand embroidered 
mol if r>f*ep tone piping, atlky. 
w a * h a h I e fabric 
Velhiw bmwn trim. ^ 
pink, red trim. blue. *J QC 
navy blue trim VaVW 


Bulterfly'Print 

Fuji pyjamas 

There’a a touch of Oriental 
intiigue In these tailored nr 
mandarin neck pyjamas. 
Boldly »pla.*hed wjih color 
on black harkgtound.s .*si?e* 

SML 1 Qft 

Special, only I *wO 


(iay Beaded Wool 

Knit Gloves 

Any outdoor girl would appreciate the 
vvaim emhiA<e nf glove* like these' Pret 
tily headed in vanoua trim* . OA^ 
effeciive againxi bright *n' cheery XM 
i-olors. Sizes SML. Special, pair Ww 


Sueded Nylon Gloves I 

Irregiilam to 2.95 Values || 

IIHRRY for be*f choice of theae beautiful g 
beautiful gloves! live maker classed the li 
shipment a* irregular becau*e SOME are £ 
bill most look flawless in pert fhnrtie g 
sivie* . smart colon and 4 jIA ^ 
trims. Sizes 6 lo 7'a. | i 


Gift Umbrellas 


With extra-smart hamilea 

Make her rslnv dsv* rheery with a 
handsome Ihiih Pagoda, a lO-ilb 
Slim Jim umbrella nr ■ 
handy Ifirib *bor'ie sivle _ 

With beautiful gemstone *1 QO 
handles ... in gay colors fcaillf 


Pretty Brocaded Charm Party Bags 

They’re called Charm Bags . . . made of handsome Oriental 4 fi 

brocade* and shaped in novelty pointed corner styles. I m 

Specially prUed at ■ 

t «a a« «« aai M a« as «i aa a* a* a« Ml an Ml M m «'S wa «a iM 


Purr ImjtortPd Silk Scarves 

Soft colorfast squares In popular size* . 
prims dashing stripes . . , gay color 
contiasts ftpectaf 


In clever 


Fabric With All the Glory of Christmas 


54'* PreMtng Go«m Fahrira 

Pus la an easyto-aew fahru hand wa*hahle 
Exciting plaids and sippes m a specially Im 
ported syntheite weave from O Ofl 

Europe Yard C*wO 


^ .V>" Skinnera Deep*Lu.stre Satin 

% Regular S.M yard 

w This has a muted glow that's ele<iric in ila 
iT Impart and a map resiliency that's as perfer-t 
{ In an empire line trapeze as It al- A A A 

^ ways has hren In bouffant party M MlB 

•C drt^ses. In 13 gorgeous colora Yaid fcaV s# 

\ 56” Plnwale Carduroy 

I You may see many cordurovs on sale for less 
^ but never qualilies like this' Here 4 AA 

I* quality at ii* best In a wonderful I 

J range of colors. Yard iafcV 

56'* Twill-Bark Vehrteen 
' The verv finest quality available In nch. im- 
3 poried velveteen Firmly woven, with ' r* 
% lustrous pile , perfnl for dresses. 4 A A 

J skirts slim Jims kiddie*’ wear In I UX 

IftJeweltcme colors. Ysrd ■ aWW 


56” Printed Cxirdoroy 

This IS a fabric you ran huv with confidence 
. guaranteed for safe washing. It •omes In 
so nisny unusual and exciting patterns and 
colorfngs that youTl find II hard 4 Qfi 
to choose. Yard . ... 1*^0 


60” Waxhabtr Flannel 
It looks exaiily like wool ... has tlie neaae 
resiliency and wear of wool ar»d yei »fs wash- 
able Grand for skirts. Jumpers kiddie* wear 
Wonderful colors. 9 9Q 

Yard 


Thli ■dvertisCTW*nt U not published or displayed by the I.lquor Control Board or 


by the Government of British Columbia 


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O'X '!•'> 

(*•«•» 4 C» M 


[IMFOmO FROM lONDON, ENGLAND 

AVAilAlll IN VAKIOUS lOTTcl 4it|4 


d* CAN*** 

( w>mT »t« 4Qw*i HNANCI CO 


ftUftRCTTEE 


GETTING IT* AT WOODWARD’S IS 


Viclori*. B.C., Tliori., Dec. IB, 19SS 


I Sailii (Tiitmilfrt 


Tinws ISot Hi "lit 


Lothario Jailed 


BKKLLN (I IM) — A lolliario of hrrolr propor- 
tions htt> %rnt to jail, leaxini; brhiml too uivrs, 
a do/cn or m«rr kiiUiii's aiul lln* 19 )ouni; Isdirs 
hr br<‘anip rin;ai;«*«l Ui in tlir last four yrars. 

Ilrinz Sommrr, II. uill srr>o JW months for 
fmud. theft and emhe/zlrmeiit. 


•i-tnd*cape With Christ Ap said the Brueghel, property of 
peartne lo ihe AposUea it the Hiion son Poelnilz, \vuutd 
Sea of Ttbcrlua" h> Ihe Klem base cosl tiSO.OOO and the 
Uh piinier Brueghel and The Monaco, tiom Ihe Liechien- 
Madonna by Loren/o Mqnaco, stem rolleriion, Nsould hasc 
Atr. Diefenitaker I slaiemeni co.si Sli^.OOU. 


OTTAWA fCP) Prime Min- 
uter Diefenbaker lale Wed- 
nesday confirmed that the gov- 
ernment laat May declined lo 
buy two pamlings for the 
National (lallery for a lolal 
cost of $44.VOOO. 


CASH 


IXDNDON I Reuter* I The 
rolomal office today anounied 


wrap up your 


mor 


cuion again*l purchaamg the 
paintings “was aiilved at be- 
cause Ihe goveinment was not 
prepaied lo a*K Parliament to 
appiopitdie nearly half a mill- 
ion dollais ol taxpayeiV 
moi»e> for Ihe purchase of 
paintings ^lom Europe ' 
“The government i* iiill of 
Ihe opinion that, with many 
pressing calls on the treasury, 
such an espendlluie of lax- 
pa>ors* money would not be 
jusnfi(>d " 


lor 

Min <• l‘l•iJt «' 
(O'M <n laSi>' 
ltMir«CUL 
fi4n II tif rit'^ 


I 1S| Si. cirt . • 1* 

Ml C«|SC>(4l 

Laam up ta S2S00 or mora— up t* 30 month* lo repay on loan* 
aeor $S04. Veur loan can ba itl9-inturtH at Sancflclal 
^•A YATES STREET, VICTORIA 

2nd Eloov (Above Tip Top Tailor*! 

PbmM KV-'K-’fll • Ask for Ihe M.sMANager 

Of4S aSIlallSI* •«!. SOON 

19331956 


Serving Conodiont lor 25 Yeort 


lears UKL Mill in ise 

Spanning the Card River, thi.t Impressive bridge, 
built by the Romans about 2.000 years ago. is 
undergoing safety tests at RemouHas, France. 
Favorite tourist attraction, bridge still carries auto 
and pa.ssenger traffic, but i.s considered unsafe for 
tiucks and other heavy vehicles. Vibration.^ caused 
by heavy trucks are considered a threat to stone 
structure, foundations of which were recently 
undermined b> flash floods. 


This advorristmenf is not puhfiihosf or dispfoytd by ihd 
Liquor Conhof Board or by lh« Cor*rnm«nf of Brdish Cofumbia 


The paintings involved were 


STOKE HOI RS: 
9 a.nu to y.^lO p.ni. 


Ort.N KKII)\>S 
Til I. fl r 'I. 

In ( ItriNllllH* 

Ftir ) our .‘Shopping 
('on*eiil«’iire 


For That MAN 

on Your Christmas List 


STORES (Victoria) LTD 


rrrvT) our complete line of qualiiy 
ni>. 1'* »’’-ause • pao of eo.'o- 
foriabte nhppei* for h|v leiNuie 
hour*. U* the gift hell apiMeclaiet 


INTRODUCTORY OFFER - BE FIRST IN LINE FOR 

’59 KELVINATOR LAUNDRY PAIR 

* 399 . 0 ( 


• Packards 

• Foamireads 

• Oxfords 


INielit Classes 
Vi m Start 
In January 


A.N'D M.ANY 
OTHKRS 


All-New 1959 
Kelvinator Washer 

.MODKI, ».\I3 


FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON 

styled to hw particular liking by— 

• Slater * Scott-McHale 

• Ritchie * MacFarlane-Lefalvre 


with Thr*e Qualiiy Feature* 

• M'eigrij.' w*»hir v «''’oru 

• Auiomrtiie lime t-onirol. 

• awnv *lrar w.iirr vin'e. 

• Oa:le«* dii>c unit. 


( HRISTMAS HOI RS 

)pen Fri.. Mon., Tue*. Till 9 p.m 
Open All Day Wed.. I>ec. U\h 


All-New Kelvinator Dryer 

MODKI. DMl 


OPKN KVKRV FRIDAY TILL 9 P M 

GROSSMITH'S 


For Safe Tem|H>rature Dr>lng 

• Con< e^leit lit<t Hop. 

• lor.Hol 

• Kliiih to H'e wall installAMon. 

• Quality b.tked enamel tabifiet. 

I* w» WE »» •* jw w »a wi wv »a ? -5? 


WE HAVE ONLY ONE STORE’’ 

IM)I GI.AS ST. PHONE EVS-1821 


During W'oodwant'.s Introductory 

Chrislma* Offer iiiM»iaiuiiii 

iiw wi w» »i w wji ««« wa wa wi w* ■«*«*« ■*** *^ •’^ *^ *^' "^ ^ •* 


OTHER SEWING 
MACHINE VALUES 


SEWING MACHINE CLEARANCE 


THl B«tDAY 
FRIDAY 
MONDAY 
Tl’ESDAV 


All Prices EHsctlvs Throucli to Christmas Evt 


DunhUTs from England 


1 CANDY CANES 


KNGUSH 

MAR7.IPAN 


TYNAN 2-Pc. CHESTERFIELD with KANT-SAG CONSTRUCTION 


LICORICE 

ALLSORTS 


r a «a Ml na MEMi M 

i FRENCH i 

I tR>STAL L 

If cri-;a.ms n 


A \V«w1w--d exiliiMNC bring*: you Ihi.* extra 
fine *i]|ie le.iiuring iho bc.*i In constiTiction 
and wn!kman*hip 

a exi 1. ■ • r i;*nt --3 I0>e»> guarantee web 

mnsHii.H-- 

• Tnp t|.i.ii, ' li,, '•> Mie rewext thmlin* look. 


ir.N!*ONH 
BRA/.I1. MT 
TOFFEE 


A.SSORTED 

CHRISTMAS 

CARAMFIA 


frteye rnsf iti * wide renpe of rn|r>r*. 

Of'lri n (l UKe «rivaniage of tht 
'Ic in r^ltcj dui.ii ^ this exert 

easD.oo 

I.THH Trade-In HO. 00 


il .Ml an Ml m Ml V ^ aSE *98 

J MILK f HOCOLATE 
5 rENtii.s. 

I RIEERS. Ill 

t; PARAAOL^ IVea. 


MILK CHOCOLATE 

TREE r AC 
OKNA ^ /• 

MENTS V for m% 


! CHRISTMAS 


I ASSORTED ^ 

i BRILLIANTS 9Qc | CHOCOLATES *2 

M W lb. I Mb. Gift Bok ■■ 


GIFTS for the BABY 

HI-CHAIRS CARRIAGES CRIBS 


Ribbon Mixed 


I FAMILY 
I MIXTURE 

f Creams Jells. ChncolaU 


. I ENGLISH 
^ f STUFFED 
lb. « FRUITS 


Hjidwnod rrvr.eirurfmr. •H- 
ArouTYd plaxtu’ «e**ih*rig r*il» 
Solid (>4hel rp<Jx for <lr*fi I>»h* 
prr>te<-tion. Full *i/e foi up to 
eix year* old Dirip *'de «r>d 
arljoeiable height for ihe ex- 
rlinilve po*tui«* board tM*e. 
Priced !r(*m 


Select from the nexeral model* 
a\*il*h!r. Fixe way type which 
ran be u*ed a* mb. isr aeat. 
raiiiage etc All haxe cxlia 
heaxy aprlng'. nylon br.mng 
for long life and quiet opera- 
lioa Prired from 


Heavily ron*tTUCted chrome- 
plated for that extra good ap- 
praian'-e Arborile eating tray . 
VN aahahle plavtlr *eat and ha> k 
foot re*t. Coral, tan, giej. 

Kpeclal 


\ ^ LARGE DISPLAY ^ 

^ H«cr GIFT nm 

i CHOCOLATES 


C( 


BtumClAl 



lOAMS 

M 


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Strawberries 


Fruit Cake 

Mrs. Willman's * 

Dark . . . t lha- 

Almond Icod Cake * 


Edwards Coffee 


parly Pride — Kirh and ( reamy 
Fratiirini; Holiday FruM 


Christmas Brilliants 


Bol-air, Premium 
Quality. Froien. 
15-01. |>ackagf -- 


Pint carton 


Rich, ViRorouk Flavor, 
Rrip or Beffular, 


^ RriRht. Ta«t) 
p SuRar Candy. 
* 1-lb. pai'kage 


Smoked Oysters 
B.C. Grabmeat u." 
Shrimps 

Sardines r:.T T' 
Anchovies 

Chili Sauce ,TrJ.«r 
Worcestershire Sauce 

I.^ji * Perrin*. btUllr 

Long Grain Rico 2 Jb!*'p 

Poultry Dressing Orolll 

Instant Coffee r.ri 

Margarine 

Mincemeat 

Pie Crust Mix ^ 


Green Peas 

it Cut Corn uj; 
^ Sweet Potatoes : 
» j Mixed Vegetables 

Brl air. Proven. Il-oi. pn 

rj. Fruit Cocktail ,1, 
^ Fancy Peaches i 
^ Choice Apricots 
^ Pineapple 
Blended Juice 


Libby’s. Fancy 
48-oz. tin 


Bcl'air, Premium, Frozen. 
12-oz. package 


Town House. Fancy 
Whole, 

14'OZ. vacuum tin - 


RIend O'Ctold. 

Natural nr Sweetenod, tin 

Pineapple Juice 2 

ijilnAi Hawaiian. W-oi. tin * t< 

Libby's Vim J.r’.rn”"’* 

Dry Mustard ^r*."rr 

m IP J U!.. KoWn Hnnd. While. 

AngOl rood mix l.‘V*,-ot. Iiarkarc 


Ocean Spray, Whole or Jellied, 15-oz. tin 


* ln.|>.cM l.r (L..k f« Ik. 6.«r.m«l .p|ir.«(l ... 

on each Turkey.) Grade “A” Quality guaranteed. 


nesdy ts Cook . . ■ 
Sovornmint Inspocttd 
Ovtr to lbs., undor 
16 Ibt. Grodo 


Rudy to cook . . . 
Govornmsnt Inspoctod 
Ovsr 18 Ibt. Gradt 


^ Pair of “Drumstick Frills” FREE . . 
When You Pick Up Your Turkey 

& VMir SAFEWAY hii i cwnpltte mIkHoii of 
Ducks, Gooso, Capofii ud nustini; CWcku 


Ready to cook— T.overnment inspected 
Under 10 Ibft., Grade 


Fully drawn, ready to cook 
Average 3-4 lbs. 

Grade A, lb. 


North Star— Boneleu 

Fully rooked — All ^ 

coorne, »hank meat ■ 

removed — Ready to 
serve, W'hole or ff ■ — 

Piece, lb, ^ 


Va SkliiMd and 
Dofattod — Sarva arid 
•r boat and garnish. 
Wholo or Ptoco, lb. .. 


Skinlees, Shanklees, 
Whole or Half, Ik. 


■Fnr AtufflDR, 


<>a<r» Hhr# or PWe, lb. 


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"~-A/ufs in Shell 


Tafrn House, Natural or 
Swprtpnrd — A refreahinj; 
appetizer, -W-ox. tin..... 


I^uceme — Rich, crearo> 
IC^s and spice ... all 
mixed ready to pour. 
<^art carton 


iTIIaOQ CHen\l«*u — 

Vo. I qualll.v, n****' profr— A coml 
a%M)rtnien(. no peaniitM. 1-lh. pk(. 

Filberts 

No. I R.C. new rrnp. 
Mb. patkaK** 

Almonds 

Cilrnview — California Vo. 1 soft 
•Hell. Mb. itarkaxe 

Walnuts 

Kmrrald. I.arar^-r alifornia «M»fl 
ahell. 1 lb. pa4'kasr 

Brazils 

(.len»lew— No. I new rrop, 

Mb. poi-kace 


Rose — 
24-oz. jar 


BERKSHIRE 


Fifth Avenue l^rr 
Town Talk 

Molr** Assorted. 2<H-lb. \h}X 

Chocolate Cherries 

Dolly Madison. IS-oi. parkaice 

IliklAjnlas <iw»onR*s A.Mort 
UCI 6 CIO ment. Mh. box. 


Don’t forRet to stock U(! 
Whito or Brown, 

24-oz. wrapped loaf 


Tom and Jerry Batter 
Maraschino Cherries 

or (Jrren, a-01. jar 

Party Mixed Nuts 
Salted Cashews a^tL f. 
Creams and Jellies 


lanci^. 
Ib-nx. Jar 


lAireme — Kresh dall>. 
^^-pint carton 

HALF and HALF— Lnrrrne 
Coffee Cream, pint carton 


KnblivMrn't. 


Give Safeway 
Gift Certificates 


Lucerne Bonus Quality Milk 

hutterfat. aC#a 


Hoinnj»rnlzed — .VM 
1-^ gallon 


SAFIWAY GIFT CtllTiFICATl 


Availablr In $5.00 $7.50 and $10.00 dr 
nomlnatkina. May be uned for the pur 
chaae of turkey*, hanw or any '‘tbn 
merchandiae> . . . availablr at all Safe 
way Stores throughrmt B.C. 


Swe<*t, Juicy 


NYLONS 


Ocean Spray- 
16-oz. carton 


Emperor Grapes . 

Plump and Juicy . 

Crisp Celery 

8er\e atuffrd with cherae 


Imported — Firm, 
Snow-white Heada 


Tomatoes 

Red Ripe, 14-oa carton 


Imported — Smooth 
aniform aize 


Lettuce 

CaJifonaia^l’Inn Young Mead* 


Imported — 
Comjiact head* 


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*n,mf%4mr. D*€ U. IfSt 


Toil«y’» Dollar 

MOMTUAt^ CM** 

• tolUi . MU » •»! >i 

•unA at«rUM S**il IC 4l<i 


(Complete Vancouver 


I4M* AbiKhlM Ltr n*« 
1M*S Tr«>«n Cviu U^i 

MM V»U«r Itvl 
|KD« 

IM Al'a 

DM Oe VT m 

4* me kim » • 

)M RC est h*4» ti 
IM me R*«*r M-« 

41 HC 

IM CavMialim U« ^ 
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IM Ctftlbroot l*'« 

M« UlBM NO * • 


Closing Averages I 


DOW JONI-ii: 

S# InduRlrlals —SW.M. “P * -• 

5* r«ll« J3 

IS uUhties ftd.44. upJVi 

aA MtiM-ks 197.42, up 1.02 


ranging to 3 pointa in Rich- 
field. He>nolda metala ran up 
moia than 3 m tha aluminum 
laaues. 


*NL'W YORK (UPl)-i»locka 
auaivd into new reooid high 
lerniory today when two of 
the moat conaervauve groupi 
in tha financial district k'lt 


I Apart from the»e two piup- givrn tu mum- ipa . 

'eilM>s. accoiding lo my m- Mt Duviry UutMTts, pi- 
formant, there is llille avail- dfiit of liiOBvenoi Laing ‘ H i 


By HAKKV ^Ot Sli 

Bunlitrsa taltt4>r 
MacMillan and Bloedel has 


able land xoned lor uiduatry m Ltd. 


^ piovlncia ai '< mut c • 
jg during the jxast 10 yeais, 

J. V. t'lyne. chairman, 

22 eharcholders at the ctimpany's 
annual ineetuig in \'ancouver 
W cdneNflay. 

In ad<htion, since the meigcr 
of H. R. MacMillan Kjiport Co, 
with Blodel, Slevs4»il and Welsh 
In Mac.Millan and Hlnedel 

■® ha.s invested Sl.VlOOOtMKi m 

capital expendiiuie.s 
paid wag«>s amounting 
llt.7t off .94 $JJ1,000.(HXJ. 

.. 94.14 up .39 Hy coilliasl, 

._96.9A off J9 have retvived in 

$.■1-1.000, 000. With this m view 

— the diiectors 

^ . [the quaiierly dividend hy 

I rices InieflRre five cents from 
cenit to -i i-eM-,. 

Mr. Chile* 
furituT nn.ior •' 
seen for tlie coming v« 
ilMi a priMid of con 
l.iv ahead. 

Although MacMiil'in 

Bloi'del h.id en|o\ed a •- 
torv ve,ir, Mr. Clyne waini-d 
that tlieie hail li4‘'n-, a >:<■■ Ii'j- 

able drop In le^* «*• com 

paii'd with lO'vi and lOiri I.ast 
\.-ar, SldOOiXHm vsas m.i-te he- 
foie deprei'iatinr. Willie the 
lo'a! h.td - n. . 

non (100 and m c.'ih 

of the earlier ye.n - 

•■'the geneial di . h.ie In the 
profits of the fniesl ii-iiii>liy 
caneiir he regaided • 

namiiv by anvone ijv; -. In '■ 
province.” .said Mi. Clvi-e It 
».» JJ*- JJ*' Is the major factor In nnr local 
j’*; ^ r'» rs rronnmv and anv change in its 

fW J%4\ s forlimes will have its effei'ls 

V4- r! >:'• sooner or later upon every seq. 

' * nient of Uv« social and Indus- 

CHICAnO (APiWTveat and trial life.' 
rve led a general price setback * * * 

which was fairly broad. SM M.l. I'.ART’s VV \ VTH» 

The selling was aMrlhiited fheies plerity of v.*..int 
mainly to a government report pjoperty In the Victoria Inner 
on grains placed In the loan (lArlKir area, but most of it i- 
proqram during November, outside the reach of small In- 
Brokers said the fi;:iires in du-uv 

most instances were far lielnw Victoria husiiie«..s man 

tra«le expectations a"-1 dec-id lool.lng for a smpU piece »if 
ediy beansh Rinie they indicate paiiior pmp*-i ty .lays his bids 
ht»qe supplies still may bes-ome |o acquiie sm.*U portion of 
available to commercial deal- yations piece's of land on the 

ni.”ket have met with no 

*Uf 

‘ .Ml or nolliing ' is tlie an- 
fwer. 

;'v. Thf (wn Urqesf harbor p'op 
il« I ertirs on the maiket are those 
*s-, of it'e Crowe. Gonnasnn t*o, 

• and the Sidney Roofing and 

* Ps'rei Co Rcctti ,i>e falily Jaipe 

jlf- ’ attd It mav he rvijemely diffi- 
t'' cull for Vic tot la »n li-id two 
?i« IndiisiT les large enough to lake and 

their places. at 


Colds 


lX)HUNTO tCP) 
seated Uieir best advance m 
a month Wedneaday but lha 
atock maiKet waa mixed In 
moderate Hading. 

induattials the big winners^ 
m the fiiai hour were hit by 
ptofu-laking aiound nooa and 
gains of the fust two days 
this week weie cut as they 
diopped moie than one half 
point on index. 

WiUioy Mines was the moat 
active is.sue rising 10 ivnia to 
$1.68 on 412.300 shares. It 
touched a high of $1.99 around 
noon. Temagami was a late 
starter, trading only 51.000 
aJiaies, but It gained 30 cents 
at $2. 

Canadian Bi-evs erics was one 
of tlie more aciive issues ris- 
ing *4 in opening trading be- 
fine shilling at 33'i un- 
changed on me day. A leitex 
/torn il. P. Taylor, chainnan 
; of the board of the company, 
published Wednesday said Ca 
' iiadian Biewmes would *'vl- 
' gorously” resist anti moiie*poly 
\ charges which might be laid 
( bv the federal government. 

, Mottfrral liomis 
' MONTREAL ten— The 
Monti cal bciiid market was 
quiet and steady. 

( nliiory l/uputork 

:cr '•V^' t.4$ » If 

V I 'r iM l*w> m.>M as pc' ' • r«» 

' s -1 ■ . .! •.» •- 1 loH h».t 


Ilk u>- uiiiAu a 

4A» eran ei»4« 
4.4XI««a TH 
•M 8»B PciBlita A 
}•* Uo a 

S40 T> u<« eio« 
JM tt Cl,. eiB# 

M WrilaU-KM a 

IM Wt«l L'BUMt 


u4'i • . >.i FbIAaS 

■ i t JM 

Aiii««fth 

Hasll 11 

■« Nhk«l 

O-'IS 117 
. - >ino Ct>* 

M**4 — 

14.4 Sl.4*» Ct**s — 


new and advancing inode m 
corporate development. 

'r h a aemsatiorial develop- 
menia that stirred new mar- ' 
ket attacks on the bull maiket , 
highs weie: 

1. American Telephone A 
Tclegiaph Company directoia 
vuied to split the stuck by 
Ihiee for one. Otdeis to buy J 
the stuck swamped thelickeis. | 
Buyers were plenulul, sellets ; 
few. Tiading was suspended 
and the issue finally reofiened | 
at $225 a sltare up $23 on ' 
75.0tX) shai es. 

2. The Guaianty Trust Com - 1 
pany and J. P. Morgan A CDh | 
among the staid old banking i 
houses in W’all Sii'eet votetl j 
to mnge under the name of' 
Moigon Guaranty Trust Co. 
of .New Yuik. 

That bl-j. k of American Tel 
eplione (AM) shares at $2',^ 
a shaie auiuunted to $16.K7.'),- 
.VX) and WAS one of the laigesi 
liadf’s m-nte on the e.M-haoge. 

Ameiii-an Telephone lias 7(1.- 
4t)7.H.iH shares oul.sfanding and 
at $JJj a shaie. the outstand- 
ing share.s aie wuilh $15,835.- 
jti.i ’i.'iO. The 4-ompany is the 
biggest Indosiiiai giant in the 
vvoiM and u has more si-'>rk- 
hol'Jers than, any other com- 
pel!;. sometiwng like l.TUU,- 
OOO of them. 


Industrials 51 

Golds — — 87 

Bas^ Metals I* 
Western Oils I? 
Shares: 2,782,090. 


Hon enterprises suitable for 

told VMiona. 

As it is po.s.sible others may 
l»e inlrirsterl tn siMUiinq 
smaller mdustnal lots, it imglit 
he a .suitable uppoitunity lor 
an aleil real esiaie man in get 
into ilie sutwiiviMon husun-.s. 

Ceitainly It would appc.ir 
that ilie piqspecl.s n( dis|H>-.iiig 
of Inner Haiiwir pinpeiiy 
and has would be tncieasod II it was 
avaiUhle in loix suitable for 
small industry. / 

shill ehnldct* * ★ ★ % 

that peiicMl TV COMrAW hOKMH> 

At $1..V)0.(X>0 capital, P.icific 
have mcreased -j-, f.,, i.u| has ni 

coi pinaied with jO.fAXl oniinai y 
ml ti.rt.i Aii.i..-. and lOtUSAl 
pi rt.'i i i-d aliaien, ilOtti Wdil 
that no iioiiiH. ii jMi V itliK's id 5lh I -•'■n. 
vpansinii wa= Ii a Vancouver company 
’.tr and in np-i.iie trt('Vi-.iun hio.id><i-i- 
linlaltun ii.g ami .eceiviiig Alaloins. a.r 
nr < lo.M <1 i‘,icuilAiiidep«'n-len ly 
(I or m cuii]iinction with any lele- 
g;»pt.>. teiepinimc or Other 
nie.tns of li airsMiis.'iou. 


(!anadian Indu.slrial.s 


.I- 1 siuiiiirai L> M .:s 

|k , Lora •*'* 

>-*, a» '►•a >« 

X; , ih, >l<i 

Il'« N4tK>fWl Sil Cr 

il • Sia^a.4 Wr W . • 

^iMur 4.'4 

|S‘» lArBI, tunml !« 

J' «nrai», 

X; , ixaiicr 1 -sib XU 

II « ri 

' » l-r-.iiain* 13 

«• • I',. ... !• '« • 

' Pf« r Ko« <• » 

IS H-. r ai -Nb A IB • 

!»• a 

l| !• IM l**** 


WIN.NIPKG fCP> — Bro.ider 
exp*vrt business was reimried 
w’lth four cargoes of wheat and 
one cargo of barley reported 
sold to Japan. 

I*he I'nlied Kingdom took a 
small quantity of flax. 

Giain trading was not par- 
ticularly active. Some flax buy- 
ing wax aiinhuted to exjeirt 
houses and imemaUoaal Inter- 
e.sis. Tlieie were Amerhan 


em*uui<t»;., 


I.oittltm Stork Prirr» 


Hank Slttrhn (>(iin 


splitting 'he stork oideted a 
hiqtier (hviiiend on Ihe new 

*•11,1(04. Thev will i-wien p $3 no 
a siure annually which is 
equal to $'<‘>0 a share on the 
old sitx'k which paid $9 a 
share 

.^teel shares ruled srtong si] 
dav blit the Ixsues oulsule the 
- • laqe qioup wne the stais 
nds moved ahead wdh g.sms 


wuf inixcu m ij.iiy aciivc 

lia-lll.^ 

in n>t>e iin-iais A!:.ni:iiium 
g<iincU 4 at .1! and A^ibvbius 
was ult ■ Ht •*-> 

Ip 'x m b.iiiivft wi’ie Munt 
leal at on and ’I ui unto i'Hihvin 
lun at ol 4. 

fiju ; weie n.g>"-r w dli 

tniei pi ov iiK'Ul up ‘i an-1 
I'j.ins'.Muuntam uji N at 11 4 
Uff t m uiilMies were ik*ll 
at 4l*» aiul BC. l'uw«'t at 
•OiN. Ip ’i vvcie Caif-.j 
1‘owi-r at 7«‘j and Gatineau at 


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f»-ro •/ ■' m tr 
« Niiirt^r 'r.ir-t in k4Br> 


■k hBOBf r« • ?l 

4 r M-i ««»J • • 
- 4 »'»»r 


Toronto Mines 


Minra I ontiril 

•< il VFR - Bialoi. e 

c-p.-M-d at a new lugh of " 10 

InllnwlMg In-..; that diiillig 
has iiiduaie«j if<-ir,»«* m the 
oil* |l•-'.\(>^ at Itic piofo'tly. 

t'l .iigiiiotd was another 
f.avoied mme. clo'ine at 9'l. 
SIo'cp ('te.-K was off seven 

I 01 ,* -i ,1 I ‘t’* .'(•111 S. 

Home •• S1K. Psctfle PefTO- 
leo-T>ai $17 sod I'nili'd s» 2 -^'1 
wne all suonger m the oil 


New York Ylarket 


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In 

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ln-»t v:«v*i 
Ktt»*r AluiN 
Kb* CO* SBU'b 
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e«di(i < T-ra 
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sa'ff -• 

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i .iiiits) K>v'a;cs ms.la an* 
other new high at SlOU whlla 
Alberta Ihstipers rose to 2 7.5. 
1 , - s Mminiam st SUN and 
Tta’,s ('.icaila at $JX'* took tha 
pipelwies higher. 


iDioa .'~,,.>'i4 Pnr as 

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taas sauont, St .. 

S'lOiii t.as 
SAM -.>• t* It 

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tbttm s»v M«- •• 11} 
ft '4*1 n,n 
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The Bank of Vova Beotia has rvfferiMl to its sharehoHers of record Pecemher 12. the 
right to subscribe for ailditmna! capital stork on the ba of one new share |or each hve fhares 
held, at a price of S40 per share. The H.vnk .\ct prohibits ilie provision of ngh»s in te«peM nf 
a fraction of a share. Full Het.iils of ihe otter are contained in a letter from the Bank to its 
shareholders dated December 12. I9.'8. 

The undersigned syndicate of investment Heaters and brokers has agreed to purchase from tha 
Bank at a price m be negoiiaied all new shx-. - not h-.mbed for at the close of business on 
March 1959, the expiry date ol the Oder of the B.ink, inrludtng all shares representing 
fractions. 

Additional information concerning ihisofTcr of additional shares by the Bank may be obumed 
from any of the unders gned. 


■V \aturl C« 


Boma Brot. ft Drnton IJmited 


Harris ft Partners I.imifed 


Lcatlin" Traders 


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Market 


DividriifU Declared 


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ri R«U4«<* 11 


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Btrhsrdsnn A Aons. Hsgsr Investnvenls fad.. Huih Hsrksy 
B COw Cans4l1so Investment l>A«Jrps' Assoclsttoci. /L E, 

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Morgan Bank, 
Trust Finn 
Plan Merger 

NEW YORK «AP» — Th^ would make ihe merged Inatl- 



iJherla Farmers tF ant ( urUs 


VaUa dolontat. 
Dec. 


fi. •9*;i 


Hulterile Growth. Feared 


EDMONTON (CP* The 
Farmers' Union ol Albi*rta 
Mul Wednesday Hutteriie* 
Mould "in Ihe end control all 
the agricullure in Ihe prov 


Mould eventually iniegtate their c<»mmuniue*," he added 


Into the general life ol the 
province 

■*nirre mlghl he Aome op 
portunliies (or llteso pr*ople to 


ince' It they ate alloued to develop light indusiiy uiihin 
keep all Iheir »on* and daugh 


Aiwiaianw In helping to sui • 
vey opporiunitlea and In tech 
niral know how might be pro 
vided to assist them In gel 
tmg starter! ■' 


Morgan and > . uaraniy 
Trust Co. announ<H*d a merger 


Under terms of the merger 


Wednesday into one firm plan, holders of Mrrrgan stock 
under the name of Morgan will re<-elve 4 25 shares of 


(;uaraniy Trust Co 
York. 


of New stock of ihe merged bsnk for 
each share now held. Holders 


The merger plan is auh)ected of Guaranty stock will receive 
to approvai <if the ^ujerin- one share for each share now 
lendent of hanks of NVm York held, 
and the Federal Reserve Board. ^ 

It also must be submitted to tTf^pf-gy Board Favorfd 

atyw.l/KnlHAM tnr th*lr SO « 


PREMIER MANNING 
. . . concerned 


Arnold W. I’latl 
bridge. lortncr FL’A proidom 
told the provincial govern- 
ment Hulterile invesiigation 
committee “it is highly dan 
geruus foi any ethnic or reli- 
gious group 10 control any 
impurtiint lacei of a ccmntij « 
! h(e. ' 


Cards Simple, 
Verses Short 


proval 

Morgan Is the ninth largest « 
bank in the United Stales and Wl 
<;uaraniy Trusi rales 23nd The J 

mergcsl Institution would have 
cHpiial funds of more than’ w -y 
J'SKi.OOO 000 and total resources I 
of ahr.ui i\ 000.000,000. Tilts ij 

Pipeline 

Wednes 

^ concern 

Lme 

trie* 

Shifted ~ 

; tries b< 

VANCOUVER 'CPt The 
Calgary firm of DultonWll 
Hams Bins Lid., has Iran*- 
ferred Us M.OOO.OilO plus pipe 
line Kuii in Vancouver 
The cave is against Inland , 

Natural Gas Co Ltd Vancoo 
vrr. and consuming enftneeni 
Fold Bacon and Davis. Canada P' 

Ltd board 

It arises out of the Calgary 


Minimum Controls 
Urged for Gas, Oil 

OTTAWA iCP> — Premier Mr. Manning said his gov- 


INTKliKATION BKST jl... 

Prs'scnling Ihe Ft A hi lct 
before the lour man coinmii- ^ “ 
lee. Mr. Platt said we believe 
that the evenludl solution is , 

complete iniegiatioti hut, in 
the mcaniirrie, suggest im- 
proved e*lucaiu>nal «i 4 >irt»riun 
ities and Ihe development ol 1?«| 
industry wherevci piaciusl.” l\vl 

The commllit’e. headed by 
W. E, Frame of Edmonton. 


Mr. Platt fold tile commll 
lee * ronrluding pnhiir hearing 
the prevent act should be en 
fort'ed an<l ihai (lerhaps a 
three-man nimmiltee replace 
the dliTiinr of the itmimunal 
properly aci to handle any 
Hulterile problems that may 

sor of soil sci**n*e at the^'nl- 
vrrsHy of Alberta. ren»m 
mended ad Huttertte children 
I be required to attend non-Hut 
* teriie s<-h(rfil.s Mlirre they can 
mingle with other » htldren 
POPIT.ATION RISE 

Me said in a private hrtef 
Hutirriiex have brvn found by 


■■■■•■■■■■■■■■ 

GW TAX SAVINGS S 
NOW I 

far YOUR FUTURE I 
SECURITY ; 

kr vslnf B 

OOVfItNMCNT tEOiSTCttO ^ 



The 19'»8 Uhruima.* card re and further away from sugary * ^ a private brtei 

u the businesslike tempo srntimem in Chnsimas greet Huiicrlti s have b«t n found bv 

mg*. ■ clerk Jessie Marsrechuk him to m.Teave m population 
The design is m-idern — .*ald yesfeiday. "The people s fa'-ter rate lhan any other 
whether religious nr sienir don't go for It nowaday *" group in Notili Amern a 
The verse inside is abort Res, sellers In cards are . ^ 

and to the point. 


group in North America. 

It would be too dhu'iimlna ' 


OTTAWA iCP> - Premier Mr. Manning saio n« yy ^ Frame of Edmonton 

Manning of Alberta arrived ernmenl favo« establla^ent summer by 

Wednesday expressing aome of the propose f ,he provincial cabinet to study 
concern over aspe»t* of the the Hutterite situation with 

Bolden commission repoii on be given massive regulatory making recom 

r-- “• ““ ~n. .or 


powers. 

The Canadian Petroleum As- 


He will meet Trade Minuter sociatlon, representing the In 


Ihe Hutterite situation with 
the view of making recom- 
mendations for possible 
changes In the Communal 


Churchill to suggest federal 
suggestions over the Indus- 
tries be kept to "sn ibsoluie 
minimum." , 

The commission has recom- 
mended that the government 
set up a National Energy 
R«MVd armed with broad 
powers to regulate the Indus- 
through licensing re 
quircmcpts snd Ihrft selling 
piu-es he set through the 
board of transport commis- 


dustry. has suggested that It Property Act. 

Ihe board is set up. its capacity HOPE B.XPRESAED 
should be more of an advisory 

one than .0 reguUte company The act ^...i« J 
operation*. , . . 


t»r«plc buy ihem ’ 

I Winter .*i'rne* aie a close 
1 second, mosi clerks .«Mnd 


»nd to the point ihose w.ih ndiBinus nmiiGs. lory to n.nln.U on Hur 

• Kverv ve-r we gH further ^.d. and "even v o u n g hTite.s to redo.e the.r rale nf 
-- ....w i.... ii—», ■ reprorlucnon and nol ^mpo^e 

D»t»:l W..l»r. I '''T' "TT W"*. P."' 

llCldll OdlCS I®-'-™'.. <-l<-rk» s.iirt J.„, 

Kither kind they re .selling iionai appruo.'h io htnh itmirol 
f-a i I I quickly and rusiomer* nowa i, |ierhaps the only ac-epiable 

tllin /VhPiUl ‘f«'ys •* and faironcat preseni. 

^ Bssv-aava jM>nliment a.* long 

(TITAW'A -CP. -Cash legit " '>«« »«« floMrry. I = ^ 

tors In Canada's retail store*. A. E. A HI 

, Christmas cards this vear than 

rlnBliiR more vigorously th s ^ 

year than last, ran up s«Irs In /nwitmeni 

October 7 -per cent larger « . o. a u...,-.- , icresoneni 

^ But If ifKidv s raid buyer* _ 

t rt A f* m aitfv.a f ikar n#»t •* o . . . i 'f' ^Ti.as 


BASU> ON A LONO TttM 
ACHICVCMENT KICOlU) 

For 1958 ieceiM Ms p«r* 
po«*t. join new. Atk eny 
k«v«itm*nt d*eJ«r tat fra* 
lnte«i«oHon*ne obHaoSoik 

CALVIN BULLOCK 


ADVERTISING 

STIMULATES 

BUYING 


U8EFI L COD 
CfMlfiih Is told dried, 
smoked, fmren or fresh, as 
well ss yielding cod liver oil. 


The act states Huttehte* 
c s n n o t establish colonies 
within a radius of 40 miles, 
and specifies the number of 
seres the colonies esn hold. 

Mr. Platt said "w* hope 
that our Hutterlt* people 


October 7 -per cent larger r , |/ 

than a >e.«r earhei want to b#» brief, they dion't 

Sales m the January Orinber ^e flippant, 

period Mere 2.3 per cent t*ard sellers agreed there's 
greater. 1,^)1 

October sales were higher in Christmas 

every provime and m the 

eight month* were higher In 
every province but British 
Columbia. F 


A. E. Arne* & I'o. 

iJMlivd 

Jpveitment 5 erumiVi 


ITS agreed 
sale for 
-ard* 


Bojral Tnut Ttuildieg • 612 View Sirrei, Wlnria. B.C 
IrlepbifOB: Evetgreca 3-4ITI 

M*e-ns woiiiaKi. vox iea»SM. imb. vawcsi 


■ et9 


kOMoan 


company s eonsiruclion of 560 
miles of gax line in the interior 
of B C. 

Writ againsl Tnlaml Natural 
Gas mentions $.3.794.000 1 
claimed by Dutton VVdllams as 
the halani't* ilue it (nr Ihe $11.- 
896.000 job 

'Phe Ai.il again*! FomI. Bacon 
and Davis is foi $1 'lOOikHi 
damai^c* for alleginl failuie to 
cooperate on the gas line. 


Golledioii 
Of Dues 
ironicaF 

OTTAWA «cp' Tlie C.ina 
dian Metal Mining A«s«M'iatlon 
ways It Is "lionical" in expe l 
prlvately-oMne«l companies tn 
colleci due.* for unions Mhtch 
advneale public ownetship and 
support poliiical programs ' re- 
pugnanl" to pnvaie enteipitie. 

The a.ssocialion made the 
sisiemeni m a brief prcHcnlrd 
; Wednesday to Lihoi .Minister 
1 Starr 

it IB well known ihai some 
union* ofa'iily e*pou«e ihe 
nailonalt/aimn of major in 
dustries and lnsliiution.s and 
‘ give support lo Ihe pnlltiral 
I party advocating this thesis," 
the brief said 

Vents Anger 

VANCOUVER -CP‘ Police 
reportetl rue.s<tay tiiat an nn 
’ employed laborer, immseil hr 
' cause be had rc's’ivefl noly St 
‘ after walling ouKole Oie I'n- 
employmcn. Insur.snce (*«»m 
mlaalon fnr IS hour* he^ived a 
' r»u k Monday through a $lh0 
. window of Ihe office. 


Informants said the govern 
ment plan* lo proceed with 
legislation at the next session 
of ParHameni lo Implement 
some of the recommendations, 
though the legislation would 
nol be as stiff sa suggested by 
the commission _ 

Timber tor Sale 

The Rntish ColumbU Power 
Conimi.sMOii invite* bid* for 
the punha.ve of umber "as Is 
when* i.s." at present floating 
in Upper Campbell Lake. This 
timber ha* generally been sep- 
ni:ited from debris and la con 
fined m different areas around 
the shoreline of Ihe lake. 

The sale bv the Commission 
shall he on Ihe foUowtng 
lerms: 

III Tlte purchaser shall re- 
move and pa.v for all 
logs of all spei.’les of 8" 
or larger diamder and 12* 
or moi-e In length, which 
are of commercial gr.ide 
by BC Forest Service 
scaling standards 
(2) The purchaser shall make 
hi* own arrangements for 
removing the timber 
1 31 The timber must all be re 
moved from the lake by 
.31*1 Mav. 1959 

I4» The limber incliiderl^ In 
this sale come* from E A 
N granted land.s. 
i5i No log* marked Mith the 
mark SP 93 shall be In 
eluded In this vile, 
i6l Quotation* shall be at one 
price per FBM for all 
s|>ecjes 

The Commis.sion gives no 
rc|rre*en(atlon of anv kind but 
believes theie are between 10 
and 18 millmn feet. 

Bids must be In the hand* 
of ihe Purchasing Au»*ni. B.C. 
power Commissinn, Box .>0tl- 
Virtnri .1 B.C. bv I2 n'cloi'k 
n«>on on Tuedav, December 13. 
1938 

Plea*e direct all Inqiilrle* on 
’this oimtaMon in the Purrha*- 
' Ing Division attention Mr R 
' K: 1'as.smore. 


The Canadian Bank of Commerce 

OFFERING OF ADDITIONAL 
iSSSfw; CAPITAL STOCK . . . 




Shareholders of the Can«dun Bank of Commerce rctMrd, 
Detcmher 1 2, 1958, have ihe right tosubKrihe lor additional 
shires on the basis of one new share at a ptitt of $ (2 00 per 
sJurc for each 5 shares btld, and Marrams lot thc»c rights 
have now been mailed to shareholders. ^ 

If you are a shareholder of the Bank * e offer our fiiilities 
for you to exercise your rights-^ to purtiuM addiciooid rights 
—or sell all or part of your nghts* 

If you are not a shareholder and wish to purchase shares wc 
will be glad to expiam the most advtncageous way to buy 
them -either by the purchase of shares or tights. 


CM is the stock exchange ocker code for The Canadian 
Bank of Conuncrvc. Shares and rights are lifted on the 
Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver Stock Lxchanges. 


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Thun., fti., Mon 
7 ue . nprn 8 30 
a ffi. ti/1 0 00 p.m 
, , . third 5 30 
p m. en olhei dayi 



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over 20 lbs. 

Broad-Breasted Hens 

Over 10 lbs. 
under 16 lbs. 


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Small Hens 

I nder 10 lbs 

Roasting Chicken 

Oven-Ready 

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Complete Assortment of Vancouver Fancy Sausage, 
Cottage Rolls, Picnic Style Hams, and Boneless Hams 


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Cocktail Sausage 
Burns’ Garlic Stix 
Chopped Suet ib. .. 


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Bonelef^s, Shank Removed, 
Fully Cooked, Foil W rapped 


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WHtht 
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Christmas Suggestions 

MIXED NUTS . ,b b., 

CHRISTMAS BRILLIANTS b., 
NOLA COCKTAIL SHRIMP 
MALKIN’S COFFEE 
MALKIN’S GINGER WINE 
RIPE OLIVES IVt Ro«a, lA-ot. til 
STUFFED OLIVES Mrijiren’ii, 

NALLEY’S SWEET MIXED PICKLES 


Fancy Royal City, Size S. 15-o*. tins 


Hunt's, 15-01. tin 


Aylmer, 14-oi. tin 


McCoH's, 24-m, jar 


26-OX. bottle 


Queen Charlotte. H's, tin 


26^x. 


York, 16-01. Jar 


Japonene Mandarin 


"Vorfc” Brand Froien 

STRAWBERRIES 


“Vork** Brand 

FROZEN PEAS 


Per bundle 


ORANGES 

GREEN CELERY 
BRUSSELS SPROUTS 
CRANBERRIES 


32-01. 

l>aR 


15-01. 

tin 


Monday, I>ec. 22 
Tuesday, I>er. IS 

.Hhop-Eaay and Tovn-Roy 
Stores In the Wtoria 
area will be open until 
9 p.m. for the sale of ail 
merehandlse. 


Upton's 


CaJifomia, 
Small Heads. 
Ib 


Made fresh daily for Shop-Kaay 
and Tom-Boy Stores 

16-01. A 1 

loavea is for Oil 


60- pack 
pkt. 


Ijste Howes, 
16-ox. carton 


SHOP-EASY STORES 

2187 Oak Bay Avenue 
1021 Hillaide Avenue 
230 Cook Street 
50 Bamaide Weat 
Royal Oak Tom-Boy Store 
Gibaon'a Tom-Boy Store 
at Sooke 


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JnMrhyMrwiih th«» ^ionation* It. I wouJd have to he “WUI you plMi# *e« that 

to the Coloniii's ftOO ChrtKimaa ungrateful, woulrtn'r 1 tf I did theae famillea have a happy 
Puiift not tr>' to help others now that Christmai.** 

Many of the people who give I can give help" ^ Or ^ ^ ^ ^ 

have known hardship them- * 

selves in other years. 

I »ne man came to Cartada 
yeaiN ago from Holland 
was ahnost penniless wl 
airivcd. hut hard work and 


He hesitated. 

“Soundti allly," he went 
on. "but I've been haunted for 
years by the memory of a 
ragged lltie boy who <^me up 
to me in the street fhe day 
before Christmas long ago 
“He had a hall of string in 
hia hands and he was trying 


Many 300 Fund Gifts 

sr 

Make Donors Happy, Too 


Another donor recalled the "Hope this helps a Uttle.** 
depression of the 305 And 

"I Know how tough It can “May this help to add a little 
He be when you Just can't make cheer to those lerui lortunata 
hen he both emU meet." she said “I petjple in our area '* 

needeil help then. Now I don't The great majority of the 

contributions come In with no 


a {tersnn when he can rv 
someone else. 

“Tske me," he seemed 


ortu allowed him to and 1 want to give help m any 


money 


• receipt was being made out. enjoy my Christmas dinner If 
He was neatly but not expen I knew I hsdni done some- 
sively dressed thing, even though It wasn't 

*'A fund Hhe this can do a much, to help prevent unhap- liquor store. My money was thinking only of 
lot of good." he said, “for the ptnaes" ««ne. All I had was a couple have done more 


Telephone — EV 3-^il 1 1 

U.30 p.ro. to 8 a-m, 

Greulation EV WrTJS — Sports EV 3-7000 
Editorial EV 3-4509 or EV 38309 


Island forecast^ showers 


ending this morning 

(OeSals on paga 1) 


(RSTABLlSnKD UM) 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


VM.TORIA. BRITISH COLl MBIA, TIH RSDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1958 


NO. 7— 101>tt YEAR 


he Shooting against other be- and taking part In oihty ac- 
ginnera.’’ tlvUies. 

The contestants wtU each xhe grounds at Albert Head, 
shoot ar 10 clay targets- the eight miles from Victoria are 
highest scorer wins the turkey, easily reached. Mr. Noble 
A total of 400 birds are up for g^iri, by following the red ar- 
the winning. rows from Cnlwopd corner. 

Non shooters will also have along .‘vooke Road to Albert 
a chance to wm turkeys by Head Road and left to the gun 
spinning wheel" elub. 


Rain or shine - fog or snow the Dally Colonist ' 500 Christ 
— throngs of cjreater Victoria Fund 

•holeun .honlor. .r. ^lub oHlci.U ur^ .11 

to lake part In the annual 
twoday Viclona Gun Club ^ 

Chitstmas turkey shoot on president Robert Noble said 
Saturday and Sunday. aii stin/^tem will he fairly 

The ciuh ha* again guaran- classified "Even If a shooter 
teed a minimum of 1:230 for has never shot before he will 


playing the 


.Mountains of Mail— Renewed Daily 


Control or Chaos 
Choice Says Reeve 


ties at Bay Street Armory handle all local parcel 
delivery. Rush \& still a few days from peak.— 
(Colonist photo.) 


Some of the .">.300 parcels delivered daily in Greater 
Victoria during the Christma.s rush are sorted hy 
post office employee Leo Jordens. Temporary facili- 


net fare 
Bonuses 
Waiting 


Around the Island 


t ChrlAtina* h o n u « c * arc 
I walling at the city welfare 
7 offVee, 1947 t ook turret, for 
I all employahlc single per- 
aon* on welfare rntt*. city 
I welfare administratitr V\ll- 
Bam Hno*ofi *aM last night. 

r “Ttiere are MO of them 
ami all they have to do U 
I come and get theiii.” he aald. 
t The bonua Is t'l em h. 


tony Parr. Saanich town plan- 
ner. will progre*wively define 
ares* of rcsidentml growth, 
within which the municipality 
will concentrate resources to 
produce well le? vierd and well 
developed residential are.i*. 

‘The first residential expan- 
sion area which will he dC' 
veloped as jHipulatlori growth 
demand* is more tlyin half the 
size of the city of Victoria." he 
said. “This is not fully apprec- 
iated by those who use the 
word ’freeze' in connection 
with the plan" 

Similar plan.* have been com- 
pletely .successful In many 
parts of Csnnda. Including 
British Columbia, where the 
same urgent problems are d<mni 
being tackled, he added. 

BANK PKOl’KRTIKS 
“If the schetne la adopted 
hy .Soanich council it will in 
effect enable owners of land 
In .Saanich's rural area lo 
'hank' their properties, and 
rest assured that they will not 
have the value of their pro- 
perties decreased by Indis- 
criminate and poor quality 
subdivision, or have their 
I taxe« raised to pay for urban 
sendees they don't need. 

“When urban growth In the 
rural area become* Inevitable, 
then the land will hsve in 
creased enormously In value, 
orderly development will fo| 

I low. and the individual and 
I Ihe (V)mmiinlty will benefit 
accordingly * 

Wilbrnit any pisnneil devel- 
' opmem at all niral Saanich 

* will disappear in s few years, 

• smniheretl by a rash of spot 
housing subdivision, with tm 
parks. Inadequate whool siles 
and shopping centres, dts 
Jointed roadx with no side 

' walks 


REKVK CHATTERTON 


ALbLKNi — *'A false and would I 
mischievous rumor" was lower | 
blamed by a B.C. Power Com- would i 
mission official lor the recent would I 
scare here when River Road . so that 
area residents were evacuated ' underla 
from their homes following a averted 
report of 2 b.M-h 
Lake dam. EJRRl 

A letter from R. C. McMor- ; Comme 
die, acting general manager to shel 
and chief engineer, lo Alberni move 
council said 'll the origins pCMP 
lor could be idenllfed «hei lx muniiy 
piobatily aciionable hy those f>ecls 
most seriously inconvenienced, rei eipt 
"With regard to yom ques provinr 
lion concerning the posalhility VlctorU 
of a failure of our Elsie Lake enversf 
dam, may I say at once that ' from P 
Ihe possibility of such a The < 
failure is so remote as to be Develo] 
virtually negligible due to the interesi 
manner In which the dam Is lice q 
' constructed, and the adequacy “would 
, of proviaiona for spilling vatlon.' 


Clams by Ton 
Pose Problem 


of securing l.OOO pints of 
blo<»d in a three^day clinic end- 
ing today. 

Extra reserves are always 
needed lo take care of holiday ' 
accident*. 

they'll need a record , 
ig turnout of blood ( 
Today lo reach the 
Total for «he first i\v \ 
d.iys was r^Vi pints made up ni 
311 at a li‘Ci5lRltve hulldln^ 
clinic and 219 at a public clini. 
ycisicrday. 

Red Cn>ss spokesmen said 
the staff at III# clinic at Red 
Cross House, 1046 Fort. couH 
handle 470 contributions of 
blood today “tf that many 
donors come forward." 

Whether or not they make 
the full I.OnO-pint quota, offi- 
cials said, “we are grateful to 
nil who cnntrlhute to help 
maintain ihe blood iransfuaion 
supplies " 

Clinic hours today are 1.30 
to 4.30 and 7 to 9 .'30 p m. 


MRS. JOY STAMFORD 


A Colwood sea food dealer Ihe order was cancelled at the 
•with # "mountsln" of clams last minute because of a big 
on hi* hands is trying to dig dam harvest there, 
hi* way out of Ihe pi»*blem 
* today. 

The ilam man, Willhim 
I Reailcr. ITtd l.sland Highway. 

■ said he was due to ship a iom 
and a half of "little neck" 


That left him. in a manner serve the rural ares for those 
of speaking buried under a who wish to live in the coun- 
tun and a half of dam*. try. he adde«i. 

lie IS hoping sea fund lovers "Most important of all. it 
will rescue him hy buying will ensure that Ihe municipal- 
clams at Si per ('Hlophane bag liy Is one of which we will he 
of eight nr nine pound*. proud, with adequate (•arks. 


Passing 


.Mrs. 4oy Sljamford holding a 
Christmas decoration made of 
aluminum milk bottle caps. 

I She leaches and supervtiws 
afterntKin children’s playgroup 
classes at .St. .Matthin* 

Church. 5She and her husband. 
tKtrdnn. who is assistant city 
engineer, have two children. 

Kicky, 10. and Pamela. 5 Mr*. 

Stamfords hobby is singingi 
, . . nick Thomisam winning 
a section in the Wednesday 

Commercial Curling l.^ague very' limited amouni oi aioren 
. |.nwell Hr»dges prsidlsing water 
his marksmanship with a RH "Diie to the distance be 
gun Ales Millar hn«||y tween the dam and the 

wrapping bundles, but not for estuary of the Somsss River, 
Christmas . . , Keg (btvls together with Ihe pre»nce of 
pleaded with Ihe hiisines* he's s lake acting as 
doing in hi* new laxl ven between the dai 
tore - . Hr»wsrd |.arnrq«»e estuary 
writing a me«sag«« of thank* degree 


C H E M A I N U fl — H. l>ea 
Briggi. former BC Power 
Commission general manager 
who waa dUmlaaM after crttK 
dzlng the Sotlal Credit gov- 
ernment’s power llnsnrlng, 
was heard by 200 at s Cham- 
ber of Commerce meeting 
here. 

He said he would go to the 
limit of his resources lo put 
(he aliustton clearly before the 
people, hut would 


jsip « In }.*>.S i)no more Ilian | 
S' . nslly estimated on mov-i 
and rehahilltstlng seven I 
e houses 

» The houses, six fn*m the site 
Sf the new (nehall and one 
Ifioni CsJrMinnia Avenue, wnr 
amoved to a new subdivision at 
^'bambers and Quern* Three 
• air being converted into »lu- 
pb’xcs and Mic Mllle!^ will be 
^aold as single family dwrllings 
Aldermen visilcd Ihe hour's 
after a brief council m<‘eimg. 
^aJklng gingerly in mud and 
tfUmhIiiR planks and Inddcr*. 
lo form opinions on whether 
Ihe work ahould he completed 

f lhe houses offered for sale 
< is.” Decision will he made 
Ul s meeting Friday, but Indl 
* ntlons after the tnspection 
. ■ ■ -y were 


50 Enter 
Li{i;hling 
Contest 


I here in tmerffency 

G.\N(iFiS— Dance rehearsals at Gange* Junior 
high school conducted by Mrs. Don Fraser base 
been interrupted in recent week* when power 
failures immobilized her record player. 

Finally she brought along an old-fashioned 
gramophone with « hand winder. The first time she 
used it she hearti an impressed pupil say: 

"liook at that wonderful machine made for 
when the power goes off. Vou don’t even have lo 


never en- 
ter the politlral field." 

He said he would like to afay 
on Ihe roast a* a consulting 
engineer If he could get em 
which ployment here 


lighiing or s I n r m 
drain*. Mmiind fire and police 
protection, and very Hcrious 
problems of pollution and 
drainage." he said. "I* this 
what the nnal resident* 
want'*" 

NEXT 2t YP.AR.S 
I “Under the proposed plan 
I .Saanich will need lo spen I 
I about $27 0no,n00 over Ihe next 

that rouncU 0*1 TO/1 r ¥ 1 ? ^■'1 municipal xer- 1 

Wn3ri Job 

L Rough estimate of $.15 000 ^ J j and a thinly scattered poputv 

(for the moving and relurhUh 

k> V of Ihe houses wa* given by A Victoria firm. Pacific projected new BC. govern anywheis* between $*i4n0d.0fiU 

city engineer* department PihNlnving Co. Ltd. h*» been meni lerry service lo the and $10 000 000 paid for a fle- 

'o- fore ll wa* able to see m awanlcd the contract to build mamiand pressing environmeni "Every 

Ltd# them. By 'he end of Nn a n«’w iKiOOiai federal govern Work will Mart early in Jan taxpayer kn«i«.s who i* going 

A-r-o . ihai amouni had been ment ferry wharf at Sidney uary. No completion date ha* lo carry that burden," he 

rspent h> $20 000. Mayor The wharf i* being built by been set. hut manager Thomas uld. “Either Saanl*-b lontrol* 

ll rcy^urrah said earlier this Ottawa fot joint use hy the Blackwood aaid hia company fhe aubdivider*. m the sub 

\»eek. and the work wa* Washington Slate F#mes An will push Ihe Job ahead wrilh dividers coniro) Saanich. ll# 

^rndcr--4 Hopper I aixmea Sidney service, and the ail poaaible sp^ i4a aimpia as liuL" 


Ghristmas Food Stall 


Almoel .Mi entries have 
Iv’t'n received for Ihe aMiiiiaJ 
( hrlstma* house lighting 
contest organised by Ihe 
Junior (.:hamber of Com- 
merre. 

( losing date for entrlea 
haa been estended lo Hatar- 
day to allow everyone in- 
teresied In take part. Entries 
are being received at the 
Jsycee office. $|d Wharf 
Htrret. KVS-4.5tl. 

Prfses will be awarded to 
three leaders In four sec- 
tltMis; < ompletely deiNiraled 
hoo«e<.. denirated windows 
nr doors, best depl4*tion «f a 
4hrMmaN message, and a 
special section lor Bovlce 
entranta. 


Food— Soup to Nuts 
But No Tea Donated 


The operator of the Christ- But no tea ' Hon of more vegetablda, 

i«a> frf.s tnnii Stall for the "We haven't even one ounce powdered milk and margarlna. 

of It. " Mrs. E E Har|ier. the More than 700 people^- famll- 
needy has a complaint operator, said yesterday m*s of welfare and senior 

No one * cuninhuted any tea ‘We want It mostly for the cllliena “are helped by food 
Donations Utr the stall to pensioner* who re getting food donation* each month. Anyone 

be held at 1-10 pm on .Saiur- from the atall." she said "A wishing to give to Ihe Chiist- 

dsy at the city public market - cup of tea is very precious to mas stall should rail Mro. 

literally range from aoup to them ' Harper #l EV 39B74 or 1595 

• Mrs. Harper alao urged docia RocklaniL 


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\*ictmia C'ougars, who liave n 


By W»lt Dttrcn 


Xfu That aPPEa. 


in Bui for tlu* sltort Up^p, th»* 
,»mcs for t'mis.ii- nmu' iluui hrUJ ilirir 
.on own »fp!ipitp Jhi' jh***nrr 
^ right wjnRpr ficoigc Fott. 

Ihcir higJi »*coror vsiih 1> goals. 

I Kor'l, irj)oiii*d to imvp horn 
•• unahlr lo got to SpoKnnr for 
i r' tlu* garni* biHauso of fog whifli 
' ^ gicuii'lfil pi.irii*s was toplaoiil 
. ^ on hi.i lui^ hy maongrr ma»*h 
I*'ii Fgan, wiio l.'ihomt man> 

I fully until lip I an mit uf st»m- 
, ,1 uia aniJ movi’d hack on defpmc. 

>ininr> pv'ppilnnal goiiling In 
' ' Ki i .siNils hy Kmih* Francis 
‘ hcniO'l iho <p«iknni* Hull no 
piul. lii'l *^oniP nffihrmark 
<hnolmg hy the put pics.sintf 
VuTorl.i fi.rvsniils. 

Murray \NilkiP, f>l.i>ing one 
of hlK holler garops, linrilip 
Iho Wilson. Sian Halluk and tlunlip 
llavsorih sruroil for ihP I’oug- 
ars WiKnn glial w.i.< his 
fiiurih in Iho tlin-e RaniP« In* 
J: pl.-ispd -sinip rojoining tho 

Virliiru I hil* 

Till* Jolm.'i'n^i. At ami F.irl 
‘<*iiing'. lo'l Iho SjHik.iiio Hull 
uith iwn g-.al<i an<l an assist 
o.irh. Lincmalo Ool Toppol 
drew throe a.ssi»i*. 

FaiHi Hull led miif* during 
Iho first jioriod beforo Karl 
Jv* -' j put Sp k.-'W* Ahoa^d. 
•1J. whilo cinrdip Haworth wa.s 
sorUng a ponalty. 

Amt It was n ponalH In Jim 

Il.iN Ins soiioiil wiiiiin ihroe 
mmuirs. whiHi star»o<l tho 
Sp.»kos off in Iho s<*i*nnd poriod 
aftor B.iliuk li id tiod Mio smro 
for Iho iliinl limp 
Ai J'llin-'im ag.nin smrod on 
Itio p«osrr pla>. Tw>i nnd a 
half miniiio* lator. Jotm- 
^nn mailo it a-1 and Max Moki 
li*k finishpd off Iho rally at 
Pti:' 

lt.>( PrriMi 

• WIl * in 

^-r ■>•>.> A.«>l>». iUr< ' Iff 41 

1 S; "i n« A >tsr ..»i f 


ornaa s> ?<u 
nUK.:'.8«C. 


CesNE CN 

P.AV 

HOOKEY. 


LdinDurffh tup series 

1 of a laalplnco iio with Now 

Wosiminsroi Ho>«ls in 

_ I WostPin Duiainn of iho West- 

"W jW [M jm ■ m ^ I I ern Htirkoy Loaguo and in 

May Make Lonieback 

U hoaton g.imo two wm« and :i 

ho for tho nvois afior ihoit 

Montreal Royals' propo- Tho oa»twosi pla>nff was ulos March '£! By the lime isovon gafro losing «iioak 
fial to revive Iho Edinburgh dl-iwonlinucd last »<*ascin al oa.-. cm and wesiern cham- As thoy havo <lono proviously 
Cup competition between *ho rcduo»t of ihe \S'HL after pcmn are tdioson tho sonea in *o\pral games this soasem. 
Winners of the Quelx*c and >rar» in which ihr vuiuld be piayed after the iho Cougars lost this ono dur- 

Western Hockev Leacues leagues mado mnro than il.i Sianlcy Cup. log a short loidnwn Thi* ono 

has drawn a mixed rerep- ^ pmnt and at*rafip»i otMNi H)« HOCKEV atanod at fifT of tho wnnd 

tlnn from WIIL teams and ITSOOO fans Roasonma i th.nk ii would be good porind with tho scon* knotiod 

offieiaU hin-<.o>. gonet a. manager at 3.1 Four minutos lator. tho 

nrfiriVu ftf Ih .4 Vnntr..ni f^t tho pluvoff hocaiiso of iho i-iunn Cailiri of Uio Kujals Flyors had a ihrop goal load, 
onfrv In th* Oiirhop iiMio la’P f«nl*h Of tho W1 IL -oas.m. uauiK'tl. M also ticJic^e the thoir final margin 

said\osterdavmaMf ihovw.n woku.nc me 

tho 'lOAPuo iltlo ihov wmild '*’'* Slanipy Lup , ..an. .* n. pick up si«.e c\ira 

iC’Nonuo. 

lie I spre.sM.'d I'onlidoiu’C 
Ihtii the wosi would accept l.io 
ihdliongo. llowoNor iho re 
wore some wosiein officials 
wUh (Jifforont iiioas 
Culoy ll.ill, gonoial manager 
of Vancouver Canucks, hald 
mat a.s far «ia Ihe C.tnucks 
on* toncerniHi any plajolf 
would h:t\o to lx* with 'ho 
Anioiiran Hockey L.«ague 
champiou. "ti«-«auso the «.jHL 
I a. duo IS qiilto a tul In’Iow 
nuts atid a playoff thoro 
wiHildn l create much in 


a me 


last flight'*) ijamo in rincinn.ifi. Ten* 
viick (ir»l, Mt^ied mi Hu* pla>. and 
('inrimiati went on to uiri. llL’-fit'i, for 
its fourth siraieht \irtiiiy. 


Ijirkin Brjant, (‘olleiie of rarific for* 
ward. apfKMrs headed for a llmv- 
pomt lamlini' as he flips mer Ihe hack 
of Cimitmati's Dave Tenuiek during 


*iai ff in/pMM Strrnk SnapprtI 

!af 

A"' • -M 


.‘lASKATtK'iN i-k;inmh i;,. 

Quake:- iVcaif-ml ll.ird pl-oo 
in Iho l■;.l^toln l)i\i*iinn nf *»'.• «(ihmi riRinti 
Wi’sioin Hm ke> lyoaguo l.i^l , ‘ * *** 
night h\ pdL'ing pasi Ni*w . * 

Wo-iminsirr Roynls. irailns 
m mo Wosiorn Pivision. 2 I \tl 

Quoki'i^ pu-hed one point ibi> 

.ihe.^d of Wlnnifx'g Wairlnrs h”**i 

.md w.Miin fi\o iwiinis nf tho Tiuao omioD 
.so. i>nd pla< o rnlcary w, ’ 

f»rdi*is, K'lr ihi* Iloyils, defeat ’ 

mi ani the .••■’ll.ir In t’lon- »Pvi tv... •• .unfi. 
• inn, Fpiikano Flyers moving 
ahorid by ou’«<ot)PC \'*r'on.i o. •n. 

Cuog.ti . 7 I at S|K»k.ii*'' 


liy Srnilli 


a fnuithplapo tir* With Now 
York Ranger* In tho si£/t|pa 
h.uilo for pl.iNoff p'.-ifon in 
the Naliiinal Horkoy ta* iguf 
I.iiui-"..»y scojc*d iwirr last 
night arid Koi up a ihirri g(>'il 
pif Dldlo LM/onhi'tgi*r .*« Ih< 
'] Hawks tmllt up a 10 lout m 
|!j tho fosf |H‘iio«l alm-ist k. * it 
h in the *>rsond. and U*cit p.i'<i''1 
away again to n s.tIo l.*.i| 
I.inds.iy opcrifsl an*! . lo-** I ‘lie 
,, (’hiragn Muring, sot n|i t.d/cn 
boigci when Bnslrin p|.oi*l 
.shfitth.iiulorl in Ihe lust 
pel liid. 

thm Murphy, a pl.*av-itd 
sorprl.co this *vi'.isAn. and tilcn 
.‘‘‘rvu> gni thf* nihi’i t h:* .ign 
go:.]-. Skov who also die.' no 
ri -i I on laml<»> A i hiiHt<‘i 

didn I h.iV(> i( Single* (Himl ts> 
foie the giinio. 

Linds. gnnm woio ni.Iy 
Ihe thud anil fouitii .d dn* 
'•.tMiii. hut thoj wet.* the 
Virlnna fsltamiooks ,tnd Foul UlUli and .llOtli td his lo'iglhy 
Bay Tugmen will hoM a pt.^e NHL rmnor 
tire session toiugtii at Mr HI RT 

mn,l.l Aron. At in pm In ^^,,1 , 

pirpira on t... S;,l.r.l.i> ,|„n,p . firm hm.l on 

rlcttl . ■ IR.TO..O on .Ulr, 0, ,n,„,'p|„or .noM onl> l.ro.rk 

.... , u I I J ihiougii Chicago- 'o^nt di* 

n,o oshlhiilon Is srhoduM ,,,.rn Klno i V c4 n 

^.«oo„ the two t..,..h.r,...,l ^ ^ 

Hor.a*v lo-Hgun IIMul- To . r.o. .1. 

n -.o - lw.ee on ih.* 


CHICAGO Coals are fewer 
and farther apnii for Tod 
Lindsay Ihi'sr cl.iss hill Iho .Tt 
year-old Irfiwingef roraptuted 
aomo r>f his old time fnitn last 


NEW YORK W'llh no New York pufiers avnilab < 
because of the tteliverer>' strike, a qrnilemaii in N'. 
Canaan. Conn., well plaml in smimcling ciii |i*%. munag 
lo lay hold of a hot eopy of "Tlte Tinu^i" of laindon a 
Konerously parceled out moj; of it lo news-hun 
actpiainfan<*«*s. Through his rouriesy came a eutti 
captiontui. "St. Andrew’s Day al Kl*in." doalinu vmI 
lively tlevelopmenis in the world of spoil. 

•'Si Andn-w s this . *n»o ‘I hundorei ropi>nv. ‘ was relchrai 
al Fdun undci g»e> sku*s, hul the log kindly In id uff and it w 
gmoially agieod that Iho n'ud was ni'i quiio su {|i*op a* usual 
In the hnal of Iho Cndor l.'> cup Wild . a smatirr hul mo 
skillful side, Just K'll lintne ngiiiisi Wdkinsuns hy five point 
ly Ihicr. 

' .\f1i*1 lli.it tame Ali'*cn< e end thru Itio W.ill M.itrli a ' 

grand paiiidi* F**i Ike tliild . -i\*' O'l* h ult w.is : 

IMunllrss di .iw Ji'*'l the iiid initi.i'o., \shu loallv laioo In wai 
okifi out hi d'diful iHaiivcs nf tin* pl.oris. had an o\ ' 
•iinallri lOtuili ih.Ui usual fnt Ih. a Ion *h> 

‘ A'pun't a sirniig (ippiiUin M'I*’ the iwdn v of I'elleg 
soom'ul to ln' to ke«-p the g,im“ “s I'u.o .is |i..ssihlo and 
1 t»ir\ Wi'io tnt.tiidy sUi.-^sful nt one pr«n*il in Ih 
md li ilf pla\ is..- .Tf'i iiiifcd In olio spot for twenty thi 
of )ie:i\ ing imn"duliiy. 

Hitxtitty U tiirhrti thr i tftxnir 

owhi’ie. Iho alti <i« t|iir>s of ml .ind plmtngi aphy d* 
tluiiugtioul the d.ij'. In the nfimioon the Oxf 
ni.ins nuiiosif'il unsui: ; -’full' in Iho Field again' 
eo. wti.i nlw.4. Ii.id Mimchlilg in '',ii*d n>uj in tl 


More l^ntrU's 
Arr ^oi’ilvd 


Bade', wtm Is ptOs.dvJ.l of 
till' VaneouviT Muunhrs <.f 
'hi* pjcifir Coast hasoh.ilI 
Ir.igui*. ft.oil *I JU'*I waul ht 
sro Ihe cluh olHT.ltiot ,is a 
hu^^iness Off the field I mean 
on tho field, ihafs whole It 
should he .1 vpuit-' 

Ho aa.d ho w.s< tiohind a 
survey rondu«*ied h> a 
so.ireh companv wlurJi askoil 
rMnih.ill cluh merntwis if ih**y 

f iV'ired pi IV .lie owiioisllip 
The fai-ts drvolo|*od hy Ihe 
suiAov .»nd plans for taking UU« 

lart 4 privaiolj i.wnoil m< i 

rluh. fttnio nr loss. woio lo minu 
have twen announcoil at .i 
gatfiering of press, ladio an»t 
TV men Ooe. 22." ho «aid. 

Jfi* srtid the mi*otlng would 7n,in\ 
still iM* liold. tint Iho d.t'o luid nid I 
not d'-finllel) horn sH C.tnd 

I'niiiT the plan, a C‘*nrp ja-'ivJ 

\»cMild takf* ii'i'i the furi'^nil f , 
rjuh .lO'l sHl sh.:so‘ as Kill**' 
and other Vi>nm'iv«*r hii*-!ru*-.-< j 

men did wiih the Vaniimvei ^ 

. the H 

p il.ey s.iiit he tiad |io»< onal 

Johnny CUrkr scurod H for tho g.smes. fii si hold under Iho loial for ibo winnei s and a«so<-iaies in n>e I 

mil. Iasi nigh! ns Half Way the Vnlnnn Ha«kelh,il| Com Chafjie I3o>d *<vifrd It Htown move imt he wouhtn’t d.rcUiso ,.„p,p 

luse seiiioi "n' mens has mission's now policy «f fii*o top(ieq .‘■^idnoy with 10. nam»*« «i thi* tinu* ,, 

ihull team frouniod Sidnoy admissions Thoro will ho no 
Iho senior “C ' league. Mi.V. mnie games piayed unill early 
Moina View High Se»n»il in .lanufiry. 

Ml. Half W.iy House built up a 

In the olhor game on the 3d 10 i ii«hiim In the first half 
tit, VlfO.tia 'IVs' whip|w’<i and etmsied in in leiam iis 
u.il Vei*>. .'i712. for ilieir iiTiderinU*d rreotd in exhihi 
..fid s'lsiThi viitoij* a. the lionpl.iy Tlie loam h Itie oniv 
oie. m <on'or '‘n " wumen'^ 'M*riu.i "H i hih *n Vu ioi m and 
a *110 - ..io of Ihe fll *1 g.imo '* ill pinj nn rKiuhdiun m iierl 
j 37 17 Ule until Island |*|.i*nffs 

Ahmii i»o fan* tnined nui Taterson added 13 |m.n' lo 


AllliouKh the ntoii's di'i- 
sUhi itms >ie4*n clitsi'd off for 
Hirer (la.SS ItOtailse of loo 
many entries, Ihero still are 
plenty of pla< os avaiUHe tii 
the wiHilon’s illslsiiin of Iho 
Itail.v i idonKI's ( hrlsimas 
Tree golf (ournaitM*nl lo t»o 
hold al l^ilauits. Rosin*: ita>. 

I'■^^riy five more enfrl.** 
are neednl In is.inplele the 
field of iOA In Ihe women's 
division, li is ho|H*d lo have 
Ihe list (iHupioloil hy Friday 
sn that Iho draw ran Im> pnh 
iishoil in 'Sunday’s oditlon of 
Iho Colonist. 


night lo pace Chicago's Black 
Hawka to n win over Bos- 
ton Bruins 

Vietoiy, fit si In eight 
games. boosleiJ ii\e Hawks mio 


Ice Lacrosse 
Practice Tonijylit 


K»t*r' 5 44 

I 4* 


Trounces 


NFL Wiiuiu) 

Trans-Canac a 


IVnal* 


TOHaSTO UT* The ('HC 
ammunm! We.lne’.day ii will 
i|ie Natioiuil F**oihall 
I/*j,:.ies fin.il game Snndav. 
I*ei 2S Sinitlns tune h,i - I 'd 
been annourvri bin ihe iTh' 
w:ll r.arry liir .->mp1eie g.ame 
Ttie final will he d»* HefI hv 
B.alilmoie Coifs And edher Uie 
N'*w York C.ianl* .»r I'levolanil 
Fr'*wna. 


W A .'MIN C. TO N' ' Al'- 

Young F 'M*e Peikll's of Chi 
r,ig . opene-i a ■ iM near n-e lOH 
ese .d lUahS \'.i*HUO/ U e*|l ; ' 

rhv ''igl’t an*l w-i*n fi.on *iie 
Me\, ,ir> hghlweighi . hampi .-t 
»»n 4 lei ho" .il kii'ak'uil al 2 !*■ 
of Ihe seventh r*»und. 


They Uiive Kxpinuations for h 


Bv 0."iC -AR FRAI.F.3 at much sense a ll.jitenint genii* men are In tho mln<Titv a fooihall It an ohia’o snh'T 

.NEW YORK. 'UPH Fool atu-Hsn,: BrfxikljneM* B'H g-t’mg hack lo the dir md miher poinie«t a* tvMh 

h.sll eoachet are a h irrlo.l As an example there is iho iinnarv of ihe firvt down. end*. A* surh it Ukes «nn*e 
breed who. you may have mm hdown tutor who iit».s the hero an* aomo of tho ritrhea enzv toi.iinres Ordinarily llus 
nntiied feoi tailed upon lo ‘ i r\ mg invvol" to ex< •** ■ me.tn whi- h c.*f rhe most mdeagt* phrase is u»ed when you've 
UBP as much dctepiion m ih.r ih.it he is ever rmiiming "Our kld« are leally ‘Uf*’ ■* just had tho hojahiwra kuk-'l 
thoir puhllr pmnounCT*monis and gnashing his Ireih over this, miturally. ahoukl he ap- out of you and don't know* 
as Ihoy would in an offen.e the ..hviaclos whuh mu.»r he pllod only to players for tho wt, d r|«e m *ay 'X ram <.* 
fesiuring 11 midgets ag.alnsi ^tirmounied hv his "pore III A>r Four Academy while *io cut le-ro among crsiche* i 
the Chlcvg'. B'ars. *r»\s .^1 his larhrvrrnse hent ipg je| (raining or the ihain ' !■ - 11 men ag.tiiial H men 

There '■ in their spi*. lali/ed ‘''ii .-m he shio he - geCiMj pi..ns of the Swes yn.:r'.*i. - ii.imiiog up an opia.m o. 

craft « iogrndar) Jexh'.n for r.'.idv lo murder some Pip'r-^* r.» feveneo Rot »he monoio*-*, v,i h as when Army p' • F.m 

the loser f>oiontial or ps**’ rival or upend ,i f.v\'»rlio come «nn fn*<iuency of ns iiae su*:- bi.n3*ahle I . and >ou want ti-e 

loose And there is a pit ’r’urdii. g"-'* Ihil l.vilhall n»iw - ,i cuslomris in i>nme uul and 

pnias-olfigv fur the winner. FLlh.- n.iimm.* ■: ik* to g ime plavrd on pogn *i|. 's p my u|> in Ihe hope* of 

p^fsi irnw* oi pu’en'hil make him a doiihle-dv ed g«*n C-nnverse v wh^'n the "k' Js Ing a mirailr 

F,a«h ^i»s Ills favortie quo m* while -hmild |r.**e ’ho a»e ‘dnwn'" von ran ho rer They all pul their pan*» on 
taiions and tiniesa >>.u are an ahh» is aiie.i*i\ written on the lain that the ahimni is In lull one leg a* a time de- gn'd 

adept irsnslaior of double wading wall It it a hippy cr>' lo ronvmrp your ‘..•peievs 

talk, you'U wind up making thought that theta tearful - ''it's the bounce of tht baU * > herooa that the other team 


i 









• 'O. 


COME IN TODAYI SEE A DEMONSTRATION 


Hillq Cdlmrtft. vic*w«« 


Good Show 

ft 

In Chicago 
Would Help 


Volei-an rlRht-winKcr* 
Wally lU*i*KCsfjoimer cum- 
pleled a nnind Inp ye>-lcj - 
<ii»y, returninR to Buifalo 
Bisons afU'r a brU’f snjouni 


VANCOUVER (CP)— A Rood showing in Ihc 10.’»9 
P»n-Amarican Games at (Diicago late next summer 
iiava a atimulating effect on amateur KfKui in C anaoa 


Li'Hgue clul>^. 

Nfw Y-'ik R«ni:m surird 
him on Ins ii‘M «« Ounwi. 
idlhnc nnn up fu»m iite Amen- 

iHn lUw'kfN 111 <•;l^ 

Ilf’ Mtiif’fl E«»rfls f»'i' N''»v 

York. nv»*n Uie I'.dnsfr* *:■ 
icinpUMl Hi gel ‘ on Jimi 

Mi.nirertl Cati nh. .. -H-rn'*’-' 

into »>ie n. t. . Uimmif Mim t'-r 

ihe sr'«n»>0 w.iiM’i- h. ‘ 

JJ, «r-H.'Un» r l 1' ::“ ! 

W.en M-o...,, 
lMf<| «o ''••till inm I'f R<h i- • •’ 
of Hi,* AML. H .* R d 1 . V -• 
,l.um«*«l I' tu *i' l g ‘'C ha. 

IJl,. $1 .fS-l. 

R;ir,n*i‘. pioi i|Hly put Ihih 
on wan I’M ■ >■ '1 v\:u'tj ii'« 

1 ,-am •■•■I ” “I* 

Monerl <n *.f* 1^ 

...i;r:Hy h., . lor rttui-: - 
, iiiio nn li'iC NMLi nu'iO 
t '•■lilHl. 


American 
Net Team 
Seems Set 


I'.. lor Jin Hi v\.'t 

la iiui>M*.i‘s to sp.tip anfl 
yo one up tii » ul lue. 

I i.r IM-'I 0! rtVK H . ' '••fi 
lie \\illit* ^lAt'.lMlI of Rch H' 
liT Anfufsif* hi»* hi'fn r.4ll,*<l 
o|i bv luron'o Mrii>> L'-il* •'! 
(ill* Nii'ioiitil llo. kr>' l-< -i '• 

\uU lu* in iitc 1 1 ill ' 


PCTTH. Australia lAP) — 
rha name* of Mam Richardson 
md Alex Olmedo are expected 

0 ba dropped Into the Davis' 
•' .p at noon today when 

1 lie) Stalea rapuim Perry 
lonea nominatea the amgles 
|i> *• to face the Italians in 
•h- Inter zona tennla final. 

i Peruvian Olniedo from Ihe 
'jnlveraiiy of Southern Call 
'ornla, the firat foreigner eser 
o play nn a L'nit^ Stalest 
earn, apparently clinched the 
lerth In a teit«« lest match ] 
Vtdneaday with big Barryi 
{ tacKay of Dayton. Ohio, hero ^ 
If the 1957 rhallenge round, j 
r In 90 minutes of apai kimg I 
ijennla. marked by shows of 
i.emparament on Ihe part of 
*oth playem the graiTful. easy 
. irokinf Olmedo won one mar* 

> ihon aet 17-15 and had a YO 
■ »ad In iht aecond when pUy 
* /as halted. 

Rk'hardaon. 25, from New 
{irleana. Is America's number 
• no ronked player and lus po* 
•ition waa secured when he 
howed this week he had te- 
amed the Birength ami foim 
ilaslng during the e.iily 
i^accB of the Ausiraiun vivn. 
I? The Italian lineup is set 
iJHih Nicola Pierrangeli. the 
and Or- 


from the Pacific 
to the Atlantic 


1 \l.il tiUM V'< .1 1 h let I c 

Cm: •••!. \i-'*'|ff-- Ui\«*-.ll 

jlrti.'il ( art •*|l,il**i’* OLirirsTl.' 
nh'H'iv ovi'f r •• iti >M .V ^ ilin 

T'u :..v i.'j' I m )• 1 ' - •• ht" '• 

Tl III (I H •• .i : ■ ’ W iimM 
I. ! (>. ‘.I- M il 8 b!iiv\ 

(/! •; ;• IlMh //'Ml *1 ati'l Vl . 

in •• ’ • Il . Il'i"(,*l‘‘.' 

! . -III. 2 I'- •; fits I h 1 I tl 

“■> • Hu \i Hii y a |i;*i » 

, '1 ; Afucl i* .:!! 
I; . ■ I iii’i tiMiii liiifu I '.I. I 


the choice is 
Ruyal Msrine. If* a fine 
full-bodied rum. 
malurcti in oak oai»ka 
for that smooth, mellow 
flavour. 


ALBfRTA DISTIUIRS UMITEO 


Utrd bv ihf Liquor 


Control Biurd or by ihe <jo\cfnmeni of Rnnth Columhti. 


r\iti*»l. 


t unrrv's champion 
ndn Sirota, playing hoih 
ingles and dnuhles. Rii-hard- 
hn and Olmedo also «re 
* .aired In the doubles, making 
r a two-man team for ihe 
•'latches scheduled Friday, 
‘aturday and Sunday at the 
jn\a] kings Park C'niiris to 
••termine the rhallenger to 
^4Ce the Ausiraliana at Bria- 
?ane Dec. 29.11. 


HttUl.lMi B\1J. eClS 

B\l.> o 

WtcH '•iMflf'il Slrunx 
RtD'IIVIOS 
f(\(lMKIS w 

HOCKING & FORBES 

sroRiivo i.iMiiis tro 
tji t «ti» TMnM n l-V.*! 


Porter-Cable Famous Quality 

POWER TOOLS 

f ume in NOW! Only a few da>s If 
(riu» him the gill lif’s wnnl« 


iwol.NKS i 

Tne lmvei>iiv of .Wbraska ^ 
stu.lpnL fr/'m (ilace Bay. NS. |j 
-Ud he believed Ihe Incident « 
involved Ins lak-eg a girl to « 
the I'Mim whole ho was hillel • 
e.l at the Iinponal rolloge In # 
Lntidon. H 

"I iniik an Air Force girl to | 
a show. It was over amund JO r 
and she didn't h.tve to he hack ® 
in her iwiriaeks until 11 30. 1 


Li'etime Chan^ 


t<\ knock out Yvon nurelle. of 
Bale Ste. Anne. N R.. in the 
11 ih round of a title bout in 
Montieal. 

It was Archie’s seventh de- 
fenv** of the emwn he won six 
years ago fr*>m J"ey Maxim 
Ilia knockout wax the U7th of 
the unanimous pick his 2a> fight career and nnoe 
the Boxing Wrtiet.As^o.1- him the all • time knoi koul 
n for the 1958 trophy. Age- champ of fixing. Anl.ie h«s 
who celebraied i ** **Cht 


-iNEVr YORK fAP)— Ught-' 
heavyweight champion Auhie 
fiifMir#. after 22 yeers of pro 
itUmg. Wednesday won the 
^ard he pn«d above all 
I here— the F.dward J. Nell 
Nemonal Plaque aa "flgliier 
A the year." 

,.He waa i 


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1 - Saturday, will share ihe 
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Overseas Cycles T 


fill l ixuartl Slrcrt 


^ the BMA's annual dinner 
arly In January. | 

Tauh, a 72 year-old New 
and a pioneer boxing 
. - er, was unanimously 

.toeen to receive the Jamex J. 
alker Memoi lal Trophy "for 
and merttofloua eervico 
;• boxing.” 

^ FMORABi.R ftorr 
- Moore fought what he him- 
(.•If called "Ih* moat «enxa- 
lonal fight of my fareer" only 
,Bt Wednesday night when he 
tilled from the brink of defeat 


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Pat Mc.Murty In TV bout 
Friday piiLs brui foot for- 
ward In limbering up cxer- 
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Labor Urge 


«uls Moya. 22. County are heing rherked for 
^iioned m the denied any knowledge of the 
Mid the pair nurse's disappearance. 

.Santa Barbara inve&lie.iioni 
fund the olrt<*r Mn<. Punean re- 
lated ihat she <leiesie‘<l nrr 
daughter in law - The nur«M*. 
who Is exjMMiinc a child in 
January, and her husband 
loi>k M'paraie aparimenls soon 
after their wedding, olticers 


^ BARBARA. Calif, men! renewed hojiea she Is 
Authoniie^ admitted alive somewhere. 

I' they still are baffled Authomies aie not discount 
hrfher Olga Duncan, ing the pns.sihilliy that the nurse may have met with foul 
JC. nurse involved in a pofwihie grave play. In that mnnerfion. out 

tafeil nianlaJ tangle, Two men. Augu.sime Baida lying aieas of Santa Bartwra 


\OKI OI.K. Va. M Pll — 
(dfis can kiss Norfolk's 
oiAiiy sailors in puhllc or 
|iri>ale now wIlhtHil fear. 

I.ellir l..o«iise .Atkins was 
clmrKed with diMirderly c<m 
duct for kissing a sailor be- 
side her In a la\crn. 


Angeles 1 


BKNITO. Man. <CP' Llias Ku|T/yk. a raihoad w.irker. 
Kiipmksaid W•edmwla^ night he 1-“ v^aiimg lor a it am 
^ Uf travel in the tnm-J 

he plans to go to Lahfornia icAV^ns: 

“within the next week" f. ha* said Ihe last 

assfi in the search for his jptier he and his wife received 
daughter, 3h->eat old Mrs OIjm fiom iheir daughter enme on 
Duncan, who dtsapjieareil N'o'. 12 If made no nicnllon 7!iv m 
Nov 17. of any troubles he said 


AiiuiUi a runvtc 


an 

noumed if had entcrwl the 
I.ISI* on the assumption that 
Olga Duncan may be a kidnap 
victim. 


Satory I- 
tton could 
work for him. 

“ir kissing is disorderly.** 
•fudge .Amalo said, “there 
are a lot of people In 
Si>eed of sound range* from trotildr.** 

'’HO miles an hour at He diwoKsed the rharge. 
a level. 


Olga Duncan* apart 


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ORANGES 


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Tliiirnday, !>♦*<•. 18 
Friday, Drc. 19 
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Monday. INt. 
TuPMlay, !>«•<’. *-23 . _ 
UHnt'sday, Dor. 24 
TliurMlav and Friday 
Drr. 25 ’and 26 
Haturduy, Dec. 27-- 


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liiHirn. «o.vmc a liic r<d-»Ma has >um,.nl at ll.o 
M..-gine Srhn... h. ih- ‘‘h.im- in t..lk aboui ir 
V./I lemkM- i* .«'nilr at Uie SiMndau tnn 

HOMS min.Me. iKmandaltit. Wr^siem pM^ois 

Tlif Alii'*s emplnj .SOH tt.ii-l Jiom 
,-i , ;iri«( nm'[H (o RU.inl the \\><.|ein pn\u*rs. piort 

S|).iM'1.iu t«»» and K|M*nd SIHT jjy cost comhciou*' Wi>si 

Hmi III \Vr-i Berhn'*^ funds an flly Rovi'ininrni. 

miiMl> In n|M*ia'r Ihe rrd ■*.«nd nnj:ln.i1e<l the .^(tiindau lulk>. 

• Minr 1.;);::' -■ 10 Ute CIt) Itir |s<.ti(> Villo RtdS (he 

bi *n -h arr'oi . Ihi'*e pi 

W;- ; Iniit* liie rntnr S| ,ind Si'hirnch aie d"- 

^lll |,i| HM«i f,H Il'tlMM' 10 I'.Uih lit*' 

frvui luoriiriit III n'’iliri vsoutd N' |ditn’d in a meoiiil 

ss 'm il B«’i i!:;-! - ‘•.'.''lilt he Ri.iil tosiiiudon. and Mir Wivtero 
lo ■ ihs.-»<tlv«Hl. po«ri» me nui ilispiisril lo 

, -.'-wT.;;' 

!«.. -"VlVi...; ... 

.m.ms Ihrfoui p«rs. . .0 . ^ ^ ^ 

ii.-ip* equiiUy to thr -r Iw Infi ,n 

«o:iid and sinnl.ni Schnm-h. m l.oi- 

Imisom n.mmiiod tot j aiiornevs 

inooHjIv anioiiR the lour pi.mkfori to pr<" ; hi« C'tse 

n*r Sunrlv h.i\e in lOlor'.t 
;-;„4,ri eo ■d'H'i .iiinn 4 I Spin- m .«<4-hiti<rh. Oui -tie inteo->i'ly 
H.hi is iiIiv! "jM'ifril' llj Mtr nneic.strd IM Sprri , who Ihi'V 
i.urr VNrslein fwiwiMH The il.imi wnuld tv immo'haielv 
<o\ iris at .<paiiduu raiejy pj,i,.i-i| m n kr>' West German 

and hinken mio Tiu'sd.iy nichl fn .m issue. re.if mament Jot). 

r/»*i a pnikiog lot nl (V>uclav aod ,sk>le othrr vr«d»ce nf Fast ^ 

City Chatham, and worth ol Wot rnopetaumi la ihe [4*-i 
Srocene* siolen. Im air centre, whieh conliola 


MPs Facing 
Big Problem 


THtR 

-- -.if ‘ 

.hr Con'*'” 


OTTAWA « P) — ParlU 
m«ut( will o|>rn Jan. IS and. 
aay* Prinv .Minister Dirfrii 
baker, a "fairly exirnsivr" 

lefKlatlve proRram I* plan- 
ned. 

It waa learned ( h a pne 
cram may Inrlude I e s I s- 
lattiHi lo preside crop losiir 
nnee. TiH>re extensive farm 
eredil. nwire money for lions- 
iHf, Rreatrr federal rontrol 
over Ran and oil Indiislrle^i. 
aid for exports and poH*ll»ly 
federal rail *iihaidle<i. 












Your gifts by S H U LT O N 
give special Christmas pleasure 


reported three turke\« mi!v«inc 
after an overnight break-in. A 
police ronntahle on patrol 
found Ihe hasp and gla 
broken on the front door lo 
peimil opening of the latch 

He also di«rnveie<l an %-■ 
tv|)ewrher. taken from the of 
fire, at the rear ol the huild 
Ing 

Car Iheft vtrflmx wer R-i\- 
mood Boniland. RCN, and Mr® 
L. Loiaelle. Swan !-ake 

An $P0 ear radio wax stolen 
from the aeaman's automobile 
while It waa parked at John 
Meaton body shop M2 John 
ton. between Nov. 2S and Dec. 


DRYLAND FIR BLOCKS and SLABS 

Vi lSi H I.KNfiTII 

toiarnnlci'd All Mr and I lean 

2 V 2 CORDS S 1 1 .95 5 CORDS S23.50 

nt Y NOW AND SA> K 
Will refund money if not m wlvertiaed 

nay 

Phone 
KV 4 .VVJ4 


Phone 
Night 
KV S .VMM 


OLD SPICE GIFT SET 


tSCAPADE 


Eorly AmerKon uiu deiCk 


Alter Shove lotion. After Shove Tolcunv 
Presiurized Smooth Shove X85 


Bubbling Both Cryttolt 2.00 


Sproy Cologne 3-00 


010 SPICE 
After Shove lotion 
1.35 ond2.00 


OLD SPICE GIFT SET 
Ploitic Conioineryl After Shove 
lotion. Stick Oeodofoot 2-75 


FRIENDSHIP GARDEN 
"CHARMER" SET 
Cued Sirei^ Toilet Woter, 
Toleum,Body Sochei, 
Bubbling Both Crystoly 
T.50 


010 SPICE 
Pre-Electr>c Shove lotion 


desert flower 

Purte Perfume 2 00 


Mnliday cheer rt*quirea 
good fellowsthip, good wishoR, 
good h«*cr. And there's no 
finrT choice than the re- 
freshing rilhcncr brewed by 
Cnrlinfr’i. B.C.'h favorite! 


OLD SPICE "TREASURE CHEST 

PrexMiriied Smooth Shove, After 
Shove lot'or>, Cologne. Aher Shove 
Tokom, Shower Soop, Stkk 
Oeodoront, Body Tokum 9.00 


THl CABLIMO BRKWRBIES (S.C.) UkUTlTO 

CARLIN G’S/B.C 

^/Wrwvrle VaNceewr L4d.f 

for free hooae AeltrerT phooe 

rV2-«W2 KWU79 


DESERT FLOWER 
Hond ond Body lol'on 
and Toilet Woter 3 50 




y*Hi SHULTON Twwa* 


tie e m( pAliiNd if dupUyeil hn »a Laivef Coet™i Boed w Ry tM terwreaw* M CoiomtMe 




From 5 *^ to 10 


Only «lx shopping days 'ill 
Chri«iinas' I)on'( gH In a 
panir if t( a^ms as thoucti 


p<K)pk every year . and 
(he »mart ones remember 
Ihat M's easier lo shop •«( 
KATCJN’S. 'the slore wnh 
mnrf" espei'iallv this yeai. 
since EATON'S will he open 
unlil 9 pm. Thursday. Fri- 
day. Monday and Tuesday. 


/ with ■ 

V more 


There aren'f so very many days left for your Christmas shopping ... so 
read on ond find the wonderful gifts for your family. Then hurry down^ 
phone or mail your orders to EATON'S. You con be sure you'll find 
the gifts to thrill everyone on your list. If you're still in a quandary 
. . . coll EATON'S Personal Shopper. She'll help you out of your 
. gift buying difficulties. . _ 


f ATOsi; 
caa 
PAAH 


Parkiag's 

Don't chase around t h e 
block looking for a \ai-an( 
meier space, when \i»u 
have your choice of two 
convenient cai parks. l»« i\e 
into KATON'S View .''Meet 
In!, or the Empress Motel 
car park It's Juki ;i* li-u 
steps to the store fii>m ''o* 
View .Street lot - or you 
fake the flee limou-.!!; •• 
KATON'S from ‘t'c Em- 
press car park. Klther way, 
1*> hours free |kaiking is 
yours . . when any 
KATi>N caslner stamps 
>Our rheek 


An Aunt «f Fur 

7. 1 iC'-ent hei rwii or suit 
choose a luxurtnus fur 
*«cor fn sof? grey black 
or white Cosy and 
»• smart M is a 
gift she will C QC 
love Each 


Sundials for His Cuffs 

Sm."i.-? ;.iff lif.ks . . . just 
the man in yoor 

life V. ..lie f:iced sundMls 
with hlai'k K«man mimeials 

make no\(>J and atirncme 


Tits From Austria 

Show him hnw clever \ou 
a'*» f rhoosing smart ties 
for him . give him a 
hand made Panuhe tie fiom 
Austria Sinpea or neat oat 
ipins in many C Af) 
Cfilnurs Eaeh s/»W 

M.n • W»k< M»l» 


Mink and Baublis 

wtial women love most 
Tltis mint eollar foi her 
festive dre.ss or suit is ptei 
Ul> inmmed wuh pr.ii Is 
and hrllhants Surprise her 
with a Rtfi of Q QC 
mmk. 1-wrh 

A.crsurir*. M«ln ll.*! 


Kor vnur little miss ... a 
' pleated skirt I'f ' 
mai taitan She will we.ii it 
proudly with blouses all 
.•ear 'mund. Tbis one in 
iize \ C QO 

Each 0.30 

^ tkll4fr*t W.ar, Tkl.a flMr 


IHreel Delivery 
A bi| advantage In using 
KAT^N'.S patkinc is that 
parcels are delivered right 
to the lot. readv Inr you to 
pick up In your rar. The 
parrel you carry gets hom# 
when you do and If vou 
have ihe salesclerk sentl it 
to either parking lot. you 
don t even have to carj-y It! 
Mow soft ran life get" .Next 
Ihing you won't even have 
to shop! 


Far tba Fastiva Tabla 

Made in Ireland are these 
h e a u I I f II I Haddoo Hall 
ravon damask dinette sets 
Ooib, :»2"x6»'’ and four 
matching napkins in rose 
iwitetn In pale gieen. blue. 

I^ach oi lvot>. 6.98 


Glamaur Glavat 

Strel<:.. - M'lfi gloves 
Pari.s fit Iw.MitjfulK 
look wtUMleilul . . . Hh 
length III hl.ii k oi i 
SI altered with Q 

sparkle trim Pair V 
.Short le white gloM*" 
jHMfl and gold T 

colour trim. Pair • 

l)i«TM Wail 


Ovirblauia af Laea 

A ‘diessuo' gif’ ’’hell wear 
for Phrlktms': D.sities . . , 
a lace overbli>u'»e with at 
tractive wide «<'aIloped 
neckline Choose he»ge. 
pmk; pale hhie whit 

black .Sires U Q QC 
to 20. Each OaWV 

. ■laaaaUas Wat* tla«r 


In tba Haliday Spirit 

Softly folded headband of 
phish velvet wilh matching 
velvet harked .shortle gloves 
make a delichiful gift The 
set romes in orange Dior 
blue, royal blue, red and 

6.50 

OliMr*. W>ls ri**r 


I)er T«j 5 la Ilerf 

That day Is here already - 
Ihe da> when you don't 
even have lo shop' Stay 
home and read your 
EATON adverlikement.s 
then Just call KV 2 7111. and 
jisk the Older Line opera- 
tois to send out what you 
w-int If >mi live outside 
the lUv calling aiea. ask 
>our I»ng Dlsunce 
lot fnt Zenith 6100 
KA1X).S”S pays for the call. 


Framid NaadUpuint 

With iliis -H'rillepoint kM. 
compU'ic with frame, w'«il 
and pat’enied picture \ou 
will be giving hours of en 
joymeni Many patierns 
and Ki/es fnt >our choice 
This one. Ills pattern. 
9'asH'k Inches 0 QQ 

Each O.SIO 

r**cT n**a* Tkos ri*** 


Guarlain Spaeiat 

Choos# piipul.i' fi .sgi i-s 
\'o| de Niul. Shalimai, 
l.'Hciire llleue oi Milsnuko 
hv tpieilaui thft package 
of a « o.’ piiiser and 1\ 

y:, 5.00 

r«toss I 

Walk M*«r 


Gift 

A soft latex foam pillow Is 
a useful, thoughtful gift. 
Ilefrrshlngly cofjl. allergy 
lire and gloriously soft, the 
pillow.s come In your choice 
of while, blue or Q QC 
pink. F.ach O.^k/ 

TkKS n**r 


Personal Rervie^ 

If you don’t see exactly 
what vou want in the ad 
veruaemenia, don't despair' 
Just ask for the Personal 
.''honppi when you * ill 
EA’R)N S. .She has a we.ilth 
of experience in shopping — 
all you need do Is teJi ner 
whst sort of person the gift 
IS for. and how much you 
want to spend Khe'll come 
ba<‘k with a scora of sug 
geallons, and aend you the 
one you choose 


•“he loveliest gifts 
>• Ihftse wrapped 


Ducurafivu Cuibian 

A Jiff for the h»«me . for 
living loom or bedroom. 
Tins ravon saMn cushion in 
Pm; htiie will be a Invelv 
gift this Chnsi C QC 

mas, l-.^eh se«^s# 

WmU »mt f»mrr <*••*» 
TkIrS r»M« 


Aruund Hir Shouldtri 

. . . a lovelv stole "f white 
tufted and l'»rn*rd w**o| . , 

.Shapefl for . •.rr.fnil and 
heaulv. s'ole ends have 
dainty pockets ‘•^o s«»ft and 
a'lractive. Q QC 

yjich O.sJD 

Mils n»«t 


[iUXOUHTSJTOi^WnOW 


:aton's 

lit Wrap 


ond Floor 


Added C'onvfBieare 
If you don't aireatW havg 
an tATON Char|e iVposit, 
or Revolving Credit Ac- 
count. now's the time to 
open one. You'll find It 
speeds and simplifies shop 
pinf whenever you’re In the 
s'oie and If you re order 
tog by phorve. you won’t 
have to stay at home so 
that you e«n pay the driver 
for a COD parcel. Ask 
for details at the Accounts 
Offire. Third Floor. 


BfueU Cardiiau 

When vou choose a gift for her make M 
a lovely houcle knit raidig;»n in »o|i h'we 
nlnk or beige Made in Scotland '• ' 
» to 40 A charming gift Q QC 
fjich 

01 Vflivil and Satin 

Elegant, slim lounge pants of sifip*’d 
black velvet and ravon ■ a gift 

for the vming and young at he«n .Smart 
for froiive entertaining 4 Q QC 

Sizes 12 to » Pair 1 

•r Ttiy Dtr 

fiektined to l^^me his fa'Ouri»e swea'ei. 
ihls threebuiftm cardigari bv Tf'^’ 1 »h. 
fi'K M|iin molbpriwfed a'ui fulh f.i '■ 
loned m ‘Orion >ain t^Umet. beige :i_: 
let- grev with contrasting tnm *^msll to — 

exire large sires 11.95 / 

* 0 « e#n> Tr« 4 * 


Holiday finery for the tiniest member «f 
the family . . . this puff of sheer nylon 
with dainty smocking at neckline snd 
puff sleeves. With Its own petti C QC 
cost. Size 9 months. Each 


GIvo Him i Swutor 

TTie bo) for whom vou’ie shopping will 
be most pleased with a soft. 'Orion Como 
cani'gan . a «i\le p*'p«lsr wMh 'men' 
of all ages In ted or >ellow wMb black 
turn. Sizes 8 to in >eais. C QD 

Each 5l»wO 

^}s e»si Tra«* S«et« 

SkTS* W»M. TSM ftakf 


. . . the laid word In gifts hi 
an EATON <dfl rertIfUwle. 
AvaliaMe In any deoomlns 
from U reivta ep. can 
be ese4iof»ted for merrbaiv 
dise In any RATON store 
•rrnna ronede. Ask any 


EATO.N’S THI K.SUAY STORE HOI RS 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. PHONE EV 





OXIOCH 

Specials 


FImm, No Telephone or Moil Orders 
^ On Sole? pm. »o 8 P« ^ 
M 0|wntit4fs^««*^ 




g News 


SEE BACK OF THIS PAGE 


B,(Im ffnlmrtrt Vkfri.. I.C., fUr,.. D«. ». t»M 


.ISO OPE. TllL S P.». FBI 0 .», OECEOBEO 19 . OO.O.Y, OECEOOEP !S, TOESO.Y, 0 ECE«BE« !3 


EATON'S Own Brand ophino 


Nest of Tables 


{.'liMrsncf of viutoiUy st' 
mhl»‘> Will iii.ikf n Ofligl 
own tiomi* ot fui a fn<*nd. 

iwo 

T oTttH-k wl 

K ATON '^F»n‘ V 


A Ysonderful Rift! S5 iyiyy., Y-amYrn wiih f2.S li-ns, shultY-r -row's from 1 2 .y 
to I 2(10 second. Rapid film advance lever also cock> shut* A gi CA 

ter. preventing double exposures. White frame outline in J| «/v 

view finder shows picture area for easy viewing. | 

Complete with case, each 


(mmhK Third M«m 


llisiw iiIbIhIu h;»H? has f»*ll hnllnr 
^fdU-lw. lu -I.-Ib SuHKMt 

Chou-d' hlu*' pmk i)i wluir. Wui 
itci fill mb I'l''*' 

^ uTIwk Mt h 

l-.A TON'S — stallnnro' 


the Opnn« lA CBmera with 
Addition of range finder 
light meter QO Cn 

VMfh 

Main V\ant. Phune KVttMl 


As the Opuna lA camera with 
the addition of 77 
range finder. Each ■ ■ 

EATON'S— <ameraa, 


As the Opiina lA camera with 
the addition of CQ CA 
light meter. Each W^*a/V 


As the Optina 1 camera with 
ahuiler speeds from 1 ser<»nd 

53.50 


Will make a wondcifu! gift tne 'amerB i ■ 

SiurU> will hold l.ki 

Vi mm 'Bli'le*. 01 3iSi c.»rd A Ql 

bt)aid mnunhtl <*li<h / A 

7 o*C'liM-k Sj)n IbI. ••••■ h »tw 

E.ATON’s — t BiiMTB < minirr. Main H»*» 


DuBarry Beauty Kits 


Aluminum Roaster 

Bu^ now Bt , •' Pr'-C. 

aluminum i-onsiruriion wiih two conveme* 
side handles and meat raiK- Round QA 
s\ \ le 7 o't hM k Sp*^ lal. 1 

each ^ ^ 

KATOVS — HnuM*WBres. lower >faln Ho 


ChtK^ from our wide selection of fine qunlity. depc 
easy to shop for the handyman . . . just browse t 
and you’re sure to find gift ideas galore. Here we f 
he’ll like to receive. 


A comDBCt t'omplete t>eaui> 
by"Xrd Hut/nut With cream 

make-up a|>eciaHies. Pwo 

. . . lr> pmk .-nd 

Binped vinyl cas*e. 

Each 

HdBUlv Kl! . . . In Blue Heaven 

or White Ermine 

l-jich 

EATON'S PharmBiy 
riiMtr. I'h 


more 


Women's Moccasins 

She’ll nppreri.Ve the I'omfort of the<e r«. 
moci*a«ln ♦Iipirers. Two lone leaiherette ipl/ 
tir' In >ouf iiirm-e of twslel or darker *-ha<l« 
Soil Milra amt pnddetl nnel*' Pretty AA« 
fur tnm 4 to 9 in group. qMI 

7 o'Ckwk Special, pan ' 

EATO.VS— lUrgaln Rbwom- 


Maittr Claw Hammar 

Well balam'ed hammer 
all-Kieel handle and 1 
laminated hand grip, 
polished meiai head. A 
EATON Price, each 


Maitir Bit Braca 

Well - eonstrucied bil bj-a«‘e 
wlih full lO-inrh sweep 4 jaw 
chuck and ball bearing hard 
wood handle. Pu*h buMon 
rarhel ft 

EATON Price, each W-WW 


I Licorice Allsorts 

{ Regularly 45c a pound . . . buy several pnun* 
now al this speu.il low price These are ii 
X jKined from England. A iieai for AW 

I friends of all ayi‘>. XU 

5 7 o’( l«M k S|>e* l#l. ih ■II 

B EAT ON'S — I amfy f ininter. Main Hn 

I Guest Towels 

I Smarllv gift b*»xed *periBlly pru-ed for Chrl 
I mas inrlildev IWO pietly giieHi iowtI« wi 
c neatly fnnged edge^ in gav Chriatma* , ^e 

I and an allracli^r Christma* A A 

{ corsage, JJQl 

S 7 oTIiak Sjiwlal. sei 

8 EATOV'S— Household l.tnens. Third Ph 


ewivof 


Prapana Blaw Tarah 

Sturdy and dejiendable with 
heavy plated steel burner and 
positive action regu A QC 
lation valve. Each W*Wa/ 


I Plaid Colton Dresses 

I Fine coHon.s bv Han River . . . buv now 

( this si»e»ial low i*me Popular shiriw.i 
aivie with short kIihwcs self belt and li 
1 patch pocket.s. r,av niaids in reds , -vs 
1 Wups Sl/es 14. IH and IffJ in group. A A 
S Ordinarily r.99 Q J| 

f 7 o’clock Hpetial. ea. h waw 

1 EATO.N”S— Colton Shop. Second P'ki 


The Illustrated Treasury 
of Children’s Literature 

A w'onderlul gift fer »by fbild. Some lnpl« 
covered in the book aie 49 

. JO Fables and Ugends • A 
TiiVinro AttC 44 Beit l.oved pairy Tales 

™ w fo"-- ,Z* 

Childhood Poems IllustraU'd with A A|" 
original pictures by K> well A 

known artists, fkeik 

EATON’S — Ikroks. Main Floor. 

Phone EA 2 7141 


Heavy 

Cotton Mats 


I Shag Pile Mat 
f by Countess 


I I " 

Bring the Kiddles 
to Visit Santa 
Thursday Evening 

rvm’t forget, the children want ic 
Santa' He will be in hus palace to i 
the youngsters from 10 a m. to la i 
2 to 4 p m . . ^ 


l.ong • wearing shag pile Mwose 
mat IS durable and washable and 
featuff's luxurious deep |>ile. 
Choose delightful dci-oraior 
.shade* of flamingo grey duskv 
rose, sandalwood sun yellow- 
blue. white, mushroom. Size 
*21x34. Each 


Chrtose from three convenient 
.HJ7CS in green, rose, cinnamon. 
H'lua. while, blue, sun yellow and 
mu.shroom. 

s^,v.xeo. 8.95 

4^0 

Sue 37x90. ft 

each O. I O 

KATON*H— Floor Coverlmri. Main IToor, 
Hntiee Fumiahkiira lUilWlng. Pho*»e EV S7I41 


Special 

Christmas Dinner 


I the iMiack Bar ... « p m. In 7J* i< m. 
Thiimday Evening 

Choice of Tomato .Iuh't or Soup. 
Roa-si Turkey. Sage Hressing 
CranhetTy Sauce Ma'.hed porafoaa. 
Fresh Frosted i;reen Peaa. 

Bread and RuMer 

Choiee of Plum Pudding with Butler 
•roich Sauce or Vanilla It.-e Cream. 
Tea or Coffee 


Exciting Selection of 
Books ■ -)^ 

For Adults 


Or Dine ki the Victoria Room. 
Fourth Floor — Open till 7.A pm 


Electric Blankets 


EATON’S 
BUDGET PLAN 


•Cavaicade of the North” . . . lntro< 
Thomaa B. Coataln. An enteriamlng 
of diatlnguLshed writing h> Lanadu 
nrlecied by (Jeorge E. Nel.son 
Iwn complete novels and 34 shorter 
(ii^es Book 


Ceramic Planter 

Table Lamps 


jrrha*e at any lime of the year 
I at Christmas is the (.eneral Llwinc 
M Enjoy sleeping i-omfoit with gentle warmth 
henlthful sleep undialurbd by changes In room 
niu'mlnaled bedside control, custom contour corners, 
go red rose pink. Caribbean blue canaiy vellow, 

, and aijua AA ftO 

p. with single eoniroL each •▼-w.ww 

lae with single DouMe bed alar 

49.50 59.50 

S— Small Appliances. Main Fkwir. Hmiae Furwlahlngi 
hMlMlng. Ph<»ae RVt'7141 


it Availhble am porchaaea of 
15.00 or more 

* \0% dowa (lesa Id aome raaea) 

* 10 moatha or more to pay 

* Reaaoaable carr>ing eharge 


vou been looking and looking for Jual the rl| 
ri?? aTni ^ that friendly neighbour down 
took no more- Here la 
iiful potlerj planter lamp with *5^ *' 

fibre Chooae from three amart atylea In aoft 
xfid«^mushroom and brown or 
s and brown You'll want one far your own 
too’ HperlaL each 
FJ4 TON'S— 44mall Appilaaces. 


n>Meti land" . . . edited hy James Reevea. 
0 ,k of •lorlA, poems pictures and songs 
-hiMien A wealth of illustrations hy r.Ulian 
4>i,y I'liema vary from traditional rhymes 
by e*»nlemporary poeta p AP 

Y of the Slones are out of print ^ 

nf re leading. Ikjok wafcMF 

EATON*h— Boohs. Main FVwr. 

rhnae EVt.7141 






\naemia Being Reduced by Blood 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THl’RS DAY, DECEMBKR 18, 1958 


tha Childran's M6 SoaM^ to 
» oouK haantif at ilM ho** 

pital Ratwttaf whan do*- 
ior» dacidod ah* needed lr*n*- 
fuatona. 


wpI). and "anaamia it baing 
reduced and th« ia eating and 
sleeping well.*' taid hoapilal 
nffU'iala 

Sh* wat made a aard of 


Jehovah * Witneaa parent*, it 
in improved condition today 
at the Hospital for Sick Chil- 
dren 

Shet •‘progrettmg very 


TORONTO tCP) — Lori 
Lynn Campbell, a nlneday- 
old baby with Rh blood who 
wat given three trantfuaiont 
over the objectkma of her 


Twice 111 

In Century 

LONDON. Oat. <CP) 


Hungarian 

Women 

Still Fif(ht 

LONDON (WNRi Sinc^TRe 
unsucrewiful revolution of 
19 .t 6. Hungarian women have 
quietly continued to fight lor 
feminine righta In the past two 
they have claimed the 


Leaving Today for Ontario 

r 

Taking time oul from packing to pose Strwt home. The SL 
for a family picture are Mrs. Graham Victoria for 
Steed, wife of organtsl and choir leaving 
conductor Graham Steed, wilh her J T. 

children. Christopher, left, Brenda Chuich in Winds* 
Charmian and Roger at their Mint© photoj 


yeara 
following gains: 

1, Wralern-style beauty con- 
leaiR are now permitted. 

2. Blue jean* can be bought 
at many ttore«. 

3 Couturiers are copying 
Pam fa.shinns. 

4. Women are now called 
■ Ntwa” or "Mr* not Vom 
rade ’ 

5 The Hungarian method of 
grading la now u.-^d In tchool* 

I instead of the Soviet nielhtid. 

1 6 The number of resiauiani* 

'«tib Ruaaian names it de 
Cl eating. 


Being in bed » no hindrance guisa o> nurses, ttarr ana 
Jo a happy Christmas holiday parents will till the siorkinga 
ns patients ai Victorias St. with candy and presiyits lor 
Joseph * Hospital look forward the youngsters. The tame day. 
\o an exciting round of fun. the menu will feature delight 
Ijist evening, more than 90 fut turkey and plum purldmg 
liabelK- patients of the Cana- and all the other Christmas 
lian Diabetic Associaiion en- tresi* 

a huge smorgasbord dm- i.OTS OF Tl'RKRV 
ler with all the trimmings in sparkling whit* 

he nurses’ cafeteria while the jjjjphens. the cook* and their 
student nurses served. be preparing ’JO 

^AI.A DAN41E thiilypound turkeys to feed 

N The student nur«e* are all the paltenis on the big day 
. ooking forward to a gala This Sunday, a local radio 
'lance Monday at 7. TO pm. at station and its mobile unit will 
"heir residence. 


NO MONKV DOWN - 

TELMAC"'""'^ 

SMALL CARS 


Following re- 
> there'll be dancing 

In the auditorium 
j Throughout the hoapilal. the 
jdailnr area gay Christmas 
Tkvorations. compleu^y fire- 
proof. that were hung by the 
pusy nurses. 

In the children's ward, grace- 
Vul mobiles dangle from the 
selling and pine and cedar, 
»ells and baubles add to the 
Yrtiive air 
•MlNO.k. ( AROLH 

• On Monday and again on 
thrlstma* Day. the nuises will 
Uander through the halls and 

Awards of the hospital harmon 
’ zing on tradiltonaj Chrlatmas 
a and carol*. 

The children who will spend 
at St. Joseph * will 
^ ve a special treat. Chnsimat 
‘ they'll lake ihe huge 
vy «olton slocking* from 

• he npertling room* *nd h*ng 

at the foot of each bed. 
I n ihe morning Santa In Ihe 


ANNOUNCE 

New Shipment of 


In the 

Newest 

Prints 


Lances lODE 

* r 

Packs Parcels 


l CANGES — The regular 
nonthly meeting of the Ganges 
. er lODE was held in the 
Vtard room of Ihe Mahon Hali 
vhh the vice regent. Mrt. C. H 
lolme*. presiding. Treasurer’s 
balance of 


Elegant lertey 
dresses In attrac- 
tive prints in time 
to brighten your 
holiday season. 


showed a 


I Arrangements were made 
V packing Christmas parcels 
•or pensioner* and local. fami- 
'lies and a donation of S.^ was 
koied for Ihe Springhlll Dls 
aster Fund to which the Na 
; I ('hapler had already 
;mnlrihiiied fl.dOO. 

. The rtiurational secretary 
Mrs, Joyce Parsons, reported 
Navlng sent a parcel to the 
jdopted school at Tailayoko 
mntalntng toys, reels, record*. 


AT ONB 
SPKXTAI- 
PKICB 


Not 

Exactly a* 
UluBi rated 


Sniff that fmh coffg# aroma . . . ipooo a hw* 
inio your cup, pour on tht boiling wa«*f and— pf«a«o( 
Th* bouquet of a moment before ia now a ctapM 
of marveiloua, full-bodied flavor! 

No wonder it’s made such a hit! The flrat loeaeot 

Coffee to capture the natural aroma of coffee— 

the first to produce the natural flavor of the blootB 


Vcretary. Miss A wneeier. 
asked that all knitted sock* and 
home cooking be ttlmed In by 
Oec Ifi ready for the Chrlatmas 
Samper* 


CHRISTMAS 
_ .SPECIALS.. 

GLOVES S 


t Tea hoslesses were Mr*. M 
^'interingham and Mt*. A, L 


^aylor. 


SWEATERS 

Imported wool* arid orlona, 

Reg ITftttoaU SS. 

APfriAL 

B n aai saa Twew( w • »«m iw c*-* ' 




BIBLES 

BOOKS 

Sanday ScHmI 
SvspIlM 

CHRISTIAN 
BOOK ROOM 

«12 FORT Ijr.ts; 







COMPANY 


825 FORT ST. itiiirtari 


‘Below Stairs 
Palace Dance 
Bis Success 


24 iallM ff olrniW '*• ’*** 


LONDON »RfUJrr»» Nurw 
maid Mabel \nder»on headed 
for bed early yesterday morn 
mi; fherlshlnj: the memory «d 
Tuesday night a staff ball at 
Burkingham Palace. 

Mabel, nursemaid to Prln 
eras Anne, was one of Prince 


By Ann Landers 


and always will. He wants to 
wait till after the baby comes, 
t a divorce. He «>» I 


Dear Ann; Please help a 
heart-broken girl hang on to 


ners as Philip. 


Margaret danced until mid 
night with palace servants. 

The Queen and her husband 
spent two hours at the dance, 
arranged by the royal house 
hold social club in the ball 
room of the palace, 

Band leader Sydney Upton 
playetl music from tlie must 
cal.-* My Pair Lady and Wesi 
Side Story hul peppy cha rha 
rha music domlnaiod the tr.idi 
Uonal pre Chrlsima.s “below 
stairs’ celebration. 

The Queen, wealing a full 
.skirted evening guwn of pale 
green satin embroidered with 
emeralds and s diamond and 
pearl tiara, was received by 
Maurice Watts, her page, who 
K chairman of the royal 
household vncial club. 

Dunne the evening, the 
m\al guesis )oincd m the 
• Paul Jones" In which they 
datued In turn with natty of 
ihe seivants and iheit Itlend*- 


For over three years I went 
with a fellow I’ll call Ralph. I 
wore no ring but considered 
myself engaged. All my rela 
lives knew him and said we 
were an Ideal couple. He cut 
down on his drinking when he 
started to go with me. II.. 
mother said I was the be.st 
thing that ever hapjiened to 
him. 

l^.st week Ralph came over 
and I could see he was soused. 
He told me he was leaving 
town and the explanation would 
he In the mall. 

When the letter came I al 


the new 


Hjs but his wife has him legaiiy. ■ 
Put this fellow out of your 
mind, the same as any other 
married man with a family on 
the way 

A fellow who would get mar- 
ried behind his slesdy s back 
and continues to see her as if 
he were single Is a deceitful 
scoundrel and you know It 
He asks you to trust him 
most fainted. He had bey see- y^hy should you. based on Ihe 
Ing a 17-year-old girl .whind record? What has he done to 
my back and .she became preg ,nerit trust? It’s what people 
nani. They were married last that counts, not Up service, 
month and were leaving town j hope you'll have nothing 
In a few days. In other words, niore to do with this double 
Ralph had hern seeing me after dealer. It's enough that he's 
hed married this girt. wrecked one girl’s life. Don't 

He swears he sUll loves me tewhim try (or two. 


th« high fashion 
founiain psn 


Uidy Shaeffer is dcsijined 
to accompany all your fashions, 
from iwccds to tulles Neser 
goes near an tnk W'dilc . . 
uses drop-in cartidges of 
Skrip writing fluid. NVith harmonizing 
fiibric case and maiching pouch to 
hold reserve cartridges. 


\isil rolalivcs for the Thrlstmas hoh- 
r1ii> They will return to their View 
Koyal Asonue home early in 19o'J. - 
(Ilolland-Amenca Line photo.) 


Not All Toys Suitable for Uiibl 


Is s big )erk and that she in- 
tends to drop him right on his 
head as soon as football .season 
Is over. Then she plant to 
make a big play for the basket 
bail star 

It bums us up to see her 
roll her eye.« at thU lellow 
and hang on his amt. He has 
already promised her his gold 
football and she s gloating like 
I a fiend. He's a swell Joe but 
1 \ery homely. It huru us to .see 
! him taken In by thla scheming 
girl. Can you say something 
In your column to warn the 
guy?- TRUE FRIEND. 


Dear Ann: There la a girl in 
our crowd who Is giving a very 
nice guy a raw deal. She la In- 
terested in him only hecau.se 
he B captain of the football 
tram. 

She's told all of us that he 


Choose from 19 paitcrns 


ore Choosing 

Early. Morning Meal 
Too Much lor Wile 


This another .rthle of public liit. rrH! prniarj^ . 

The OaMv < olofU^t h> the > Irlorta Health 

Uepartfiwnl. 

Christmas shopping uith nil it. husllo and huslle 
brinRs up many [iroblrms Ono oMIu-so is tlie 
of the proper loys for rhildivn. All one has to 
attend thp toy sortions of our many shops to see the 
multitude of tov.s of all shatK’s and sizes. 

W'p all likolv have children, relalncs nr fnends 
for whom we ar^» planninR the purchase of toys. I . ' 
bans a few suRgestions as to the selerlion of Iht’-e u| ^ 
...Tvl „ 1,^ nni onlv to you Imt ai.so to I ho . hild 


OPKN TONKiHT AND 
FRIDAY I NTH. 9 P.M. 


Like what? An open letter 
to all homely football captains 
to beware of a girl who is tak 
Ing him for a ride”* 

If he gets thrown for a tass 
he'tl leam. like everyone else. 
In the meantime. 1 trust you 
will keep your noble mouth 
shut. True Friend, so that you 


will not make noises like a 
Jealous cal. 


Dear Ann. The office where 
my husband work.s has a party 
every month lor employees 
and their wives. My husband is 
treasurer. 

Something always happens 
to Ihe finances and he gets 
stuck. For example, last month 
a couple was unable lo attend 
because of illness. 'They didn t 
let him know until It w'as too 
late to cancel Ihe reservation!. 
My husband had to pay for 
their dinners. 

Our Income Isn’t large. My 
husband Is In no poelllon to 
I make enemies. How ran he col- 
lect from these desdbeals? 
i - PINCHED. 


advertising stimulates buying 


(»f ITmvu 


FROM ENGLAND 
FOR CHRISTMAS 


Favorilr ( 

Graceful cape to star atop 
fashions in pineapple design 
combined with easy shell 
stiiob. 

Crochet direc 


HAND M.4DH 


JUNGLE TOYS 


Pal If m 617 
lions for sires small, medium, 
large Included. I’se 3ply 
fingering yarn or mercerized 
crochei and knitting cotton. 
Ea.sy: lovely. 

Send thirty fi\T cents In 
coins I stamp.* cannot be ac 
crpiedi tor ihts pattern to 
I.aura Wheeler Neeiilecrafl 
I>c|iaitmenl. The Dally Colon 
1st. eo From Street West. 
Tnrnio. Onl, Print plainly 
pattern numt^r, your name 
and addrcM 

A new 1950 t^ura Wheeler 
Needlecraft Book. Just out. 
ha.s lovely designs to order, 
embroidery, crochei, knitting, 
weaving, quilting, toys. In (he 
book, a special surprise to 
make a tittle girl happy a 
rut-out dolt, dothet to color. 
5(end 25 cents for this book 


Animals from the |.ondon /.«• l« make llial Weal 
|ire-«/>nt for young and old. 


OPEN TONH.HT AND 
PKID.AV TIU. 9 P M. 


Prired 

from 


ivF BRITISH WOOLENS 

^ ^ ^61S FORT. Phooc K\ ^ 


Reasonably 

Priced 


Btidiin Brurh tmd 
Comb in 
rase, 7.W 


\tanieyre Set, 
,,f> hide rote. 
10.00 


Shell love a gift of beautiful 
lingerie, a blouse or sweater for 
Christmas’ 


I ^ • Finest Selection Anywhere 
1 • Immediate and Courteous Service 

j I • Easier Parking • Better Prices 
> ^ • Easier Terms 
I • Trade-In Privileges 'imr oW ftirnllirre or f 

J used as r«h on purrhaae of new furnHure or floor covering. 

I OpSB Thursday aid Friday UiHI 9 y 


MAN-TAILORBP 


Selected for utility as w^fl u 
PM-Hi looks, these travelling 
acceswies will render him yean 
of dependable servic*. 


SLIPS, from. fS.#* 

NIGHTIES, from 9Z.9H 

RED JACKETS, (mm $3.50 

BRIEFS AND PANTIES, 
from - 

BABY DOLLS from .. M.9A 

F’YJAMAS, from gS.PH 

HOSIERY, from .. tl.l* 

BLOIISE5. trom 

SWEATERS, from. fa.BA 


UKINO 


r*hri«(maa flsarge AwottfiL Pay after CbriM 
maa' 


UNDER $10.00 

HOrSECOATS AND DUSTERS 
from »T-»« 


LOIT'IGING PYJAMAS, 

from - 

NIGHTIES, lo . 

PYJAMAS, to. 

BABY DOLLS, to. 
SLIPS, to 


OPEN 


Tonight ar»d Friday 
I niil • p.m. for >otir 
nhopplng ivm* enlefwe 


Lady Mi 


OPEN 
TONIGHT 
AND 
FRIDAY 
Tn J. 9 P.M 


06 - 708 YATF.S ST 
Phone EV 2-4241 







'• li " 't rfifs'r’t ♦('> *ou ' 0 I 

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t I "i t . W.'l'l. II i 

bu» nq ai''fnfr”^\ >' »' i '"(itii ihi)* J 
I" pnM.di* uv'*ru!\e ’ * n ^•'>1*' i,;u i 
Mrt tlysl, Oi l * ' t n ' 

I', 'hoi »m> bi 'dftv^i.rt hfUjjM’ 

«»' iQlbt OUI IrPblU.llhr dioir 
ihon pfi'fii^ (ofTif ih o"1 / 

thooi» with (ofih1fiM*> J 


• flaUi) (Tolonlat VlrtorK l-C^ TWrt, IWc 11, ItM 2S 


Kiss Quip 
Beneath 
Mistletoe 


ERSONAL 
1\ /TENTION 


Don ’/ Flatter Her 
Frenchman ’s Motto 


NICK, Frmaoe — Luclenne Bonard ha* left her 
ha%baad In Nice and nanU a divorre* He himj( 
French provertm around the apartment, all of them 
detiimental to women. A sample; **Tell a woman 
on<*e that Khe Ik pretty, and the De>il will repeat It 
to her 10 timen a day." 


nior to their departure today lor the Fji.M. Mr. and M:^ 
i*m Steed and ihetr family have been widely entertain^ 
irH'heon and dinner partiea given by Ihetr many tnendi- 
,bei* of the Cathedral Choir pre»enied Mr. Sieed with a 
*ue while tlie choir hoy* gave him a ael of allver candle- 
Mr and Miv Sieed alKo received a allver tea aervire 
H the nicmbcia of me Canadian College of Organui* In 


NKW YORK (WNSl— HU- 
degarde: *'lti not Improper to 
klK« a girl'a hand, but It * de- 
cidedly out of plare ** 

Sacha Guitry: *'l am com- 


pletely in favor of eonUnulng 


hand. After all, you have to 
•tart aomewhere." 

ChrLKtopher Morley: "High 
heel* were Invented by a wom- 
an who had been kiased on 
Uie forehead." 

Thomas Carlyle: Tf you are 
In doubt as to whether or not 
you should klaa a pietty girl. 
alwa.M give her the benefit of 
the doubt." 

Belgian beauty Monique Van 
Voorcn; "A girl la never klaaed 
unexpectedly — only *ooner 
than expected ” 

Rowland; "A man 


\ nnti/ax 1 rip riannca 

4'apt and Mrs J. D. Prantice. North Saanich. wUl go to 
kax to spri.d the ChiUtma* season with their aon-ln law 
|«lauglUfr, Li Cindr. and .Mi*. G. S. HlUiart and their live 
Ire-i .Mr. James Pientire, a member of the faculty of 
are at Toronto I’niiersily. will )oin hu family In Halifax 
*,llie hnhdsys. While the prenn.cs are away their home 
the occupieil by Mr. and Mr*. £Hn*dale Young. 


KingstoD'Bound 

Miaa Mary Lou Lyle, daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Mack 
M. Lyle, 1966 Crescent Road, 
leaw* by plane this evening 
for Kingston, Out. wheie 
she will be the guest of 
Miss Belly McAuley. Miss 
Lyle will attend the RovaJ 
Mihury College ball on Fri- 
day, Dec. 19 wUh I.*‘fldmg 
I'adrt Stanley A. C. ^nk- 
Im. third year eoUege stu- 
dent, and 19W graduate 
from Royal Road* Military 
College. She w'lll spend 
C h r I a t m a • with Cadet 
Fiankhns family in Beiio- 
viUe. Ont. 


SttulentM Home 

Miss F.h/jihem Channheilin who atlenda Univertily of 
ah Columbia and ‘led Cnamherlln. a student at St. 
ge'a In Vancouver will be here on Friday to spend the 
ava with Ihejr patent* Mr. and .Mi* t>iward Chamher- 
ri-anait Road. .Mi. and .Mi*. Chamberlin will be host* at 
I'ktaU party on Saturday. 


Celebrate Golden Viedding 


Helen 

snatches the first kiss, pleads 
for the second, demandK (he 
third, takes the fourth, accepts 
the flfth^and endures all th6 
re.*i.*' 

Renzo Ceaana: "Klsaing la 
the method by which two per- 
sons get so close together 
that they cannot see anything 
wrong with each other." 


Fifty years of marriage will be celebrated tomorrow 
by Mr. and Mrs. Flichard K. Mansergh, 1280 Pike 
Street, at the home of their daughter Mrs. T. 
Ruckle, 1221 Rudlin Street. Married in England, 
the couple moved from Manitoba to Vancouver 
Island in 1938 and have a son and a daughter, 10 
grandchildren and aevco great-graodchlldren. — 
(Colonist photo.) 


t'.hriittnuit in Honolulu 

•; and Mrs. Ron Whltiinginr> and daughter Susan will 
M Vancouver today where they will Join Mr. and Mr*, 
on Veiley and their four children on Friday to fly via 
Brtianrila to Honolulu. Tliey will spend Chniima* and 
Year there. 


I Homp /rfim Honolulu 

{\frs R D. Harvey ha* re»uined from Honolulu where she 
k the past three weeks at live Reef* Hotel. Mrs. Harvey 
from Saji Francisco in the RMS Oronsay and returned 


Clubs and Societies 


' Mary 
Stavanton 


Mra. M. Dodds and Mra. K. 
Cleghorn. Pre.*ldcnt .Mra. T. 
Bec.*ford thanked the o>mmit- 
ter* and on behalf of the choir 
pieKfnted a gift to Mr. 0. 

Bennciu 


Vlclotia and Dlatrict Corn- 
ish AsKOdaiion will meet at 
the horn# of Mrs. M. WOliam* 
2177 .Smythe Street, on Satur- 
day at b p.m. 


10-Diamond Duetto 
Smart new setting of 


Boxinfi Huy Party 

i vfr. and Mr* B Rus.m*!! Ket, Rockland Avenue, will have 
Kon in law and daughter. Mr. and Mr*. Peter Jones and 
• dsons. I«vn and rioid«»n fiom Noith Vancouver for the 
ay» Tlie Jones will be giie.sisof honor at a cocktail party 
}'>xlng Day. 


aaysi 

You < *A*t 
Buy a More 
Apprertalad 

Girt 


Original design In 14k gold ...^XOO.OO 

DIAMOND RINGS, from. .$42.50 to $1,000.00 


recemlv’ Barrer. Mr* Y. Hodg*. Mr*. 
‘ttpresi-'J. Klia*on and Mi* M. Ald- 
»n whUn * lidge were Initiated at the 
and ir>0 1 Chn*ima* social meeiing of pt 
>rr*idenf the Uomen of the Moo.*e. a* 
, serniid Chapter 25. A buffet supper Mi 
C. Mor- wa* served by the social ser- M: 
vice chairman. hr 

Lodge and • li.ipter children's 
party for Chnslma* will be ,j 
held on Sunday In the lower , 
hall at 2 p m. 


for a Family. Sweeibeart 
nr Friend 

Mall or Personally Deliver 
a box of delicloua 
StcvenKon'« Homade 
Chocolatea 


%ei Ham*, Mi*a Monica Oldham, Mr. and Mrs. W Nick- ton; Mrs A O. 

*.Mim Anna Woouon. Miss Carol Wootton. .Mrs. Sidney and Mi«. M. M. Robertson, 
r, Mr. and Mr*. Kcnnein Jackson and Mr. and Mr*. J. P. treasurer.^ ^ ^ 

, * * * , El Vic Saniha No. 142 

. , ‘ ,\nmad* of A\ rudaka vull hold 

' If ufWy hntprtnmpn ^ ennstma* party on Dec. 29 

•vir. and Mix. A. L. Farlev who recently left Victoria to Knights of Pyihlaa Hall 

■ up leHifieme In Vancouver wheie Mr. Farley It on the at 8 p.m 

•of the Iniveisiiy of Bnii-»h Columbia weie widely en- * -s -e 

,lned befoie then departuie, Memhei* of *he Senior and 

plra. C. P. Comerfoid etueM.ntied a1 a'small luncheon for Tnicrmrrilaie Choir* of Centen- 

■ Farley. Mr. and Mi* J. M. Drummond held a hndge party nial I'nited Church rerenlly 
*.rlr home on Woodbuin Avenue at which the honored enioyed a *wial. Iniere*iing 
’v we*e piesented with parUng gift*. Mi*. H. N. Par- and amusing game* and mn- 
*t Wc-Mrt<iwne, entertained at a coffee parly while Ihe teal.* had been prepared by the 

|o group of Fli»t United Church made a presentation to game* committee and were 
jFarley at a recent meeting. The Failev* and a few rinse expertly engineered by Matt 
Ms enjoyed a dinner party at th# Strathcona Hotel prior Dodd*. Refre*hment* were 
etr riepartuie. laerved by .Mi*. T. English. 


CMS* Is *n4 eor *PP*Ut!na 
SiapUr »r f*ocy astf 


OPEN • A.M. TO t P.M, 


At a rei-ent meeting of the 
Navy l.,eague Chapter, lODK. 
$L>'> wa* voted to the Centen- 
nial Fund pmiet't and to 
the Mary (*rofi Memorial. 

Ml*, Dawe* and Mi*. M. 
Sincilie weie welcomed aa new 
meniher*. 


F.XKrlTIVM! 

Aa In ftoAl year* we 
are preparing C'hrUtma* 
Boxes of Hteven*ofi'» 
H'lmade I liurolale* for 
preaentalfon In your 
staff. Please enntart Mr*. 
.Mevenson, F.V S-M3S for 
Infnnnalloo. 


F.WIOI S M.VKE WATCHES 

J>e our cvimplele sclectinn of tane honoted, world famous 
makes. The ideal gilt choice. 

Onipga-K. from...S69..>0 LongineK. from— $79.50 

Mitlnauer, from *34.75 Bnlova, from.. .$29.75 

(onveoleni Term* WlOioul Carrying Charges 


ROSES JEWELERS 

Open Tonight nod Friday LbUI 9 


^^KRiSGE’S:± 

I GIFT SUGGESTIONS 
^ for last minute shoppers 


Stevenson s 

Homadi Chocolates 


inted Pattero 

DOLL 

WARDROBf 


l/l/. ^panciS gLIci. 

Kitty Corner from the Bay 

1884 DOrOLA$ STRKI-n* Phone EV 4-7611 


in ladies' watches! i 


725 yales Street 


23 jewels " 

by BULOVA 

Fashioned in Diamonds 


Santa Knows THE TRICK! 


I,Adlea’ and Men's 

WRIST 

WATCHES 

Swiss Make 
One-Yenr Guarantee 


HE GIVES 


Shoes or Slippers 
from Munday's 


Men'# Boxed 

Cuff Links and 
TIo Clip Sots 

Varloua Deaigna 


WTien • clever gal 
puts her loot down-> 
chances are It * In a 
pair of ilippen from 
Mundav*a! For these 
are the tllppera that 
look ao lovely— and 
feel every bit as nice. 
Amateur Santaa, take 
e hint— five shoea or 
alipptra from Mun- 
day's this Christmas! 


Ladle*' 

NYLON HOSE 

bl-Gauge, IS Denier 
FlPt Quality 


*Eun lo Si'w 

• (0 sew fun to give’ 
Avatch your little girl'* 
)igiit up When she aces 
|ieautiful doll wnriliohe. 
d patteio haa coat, two 
I s, bolero, blouse. Her 
I ahoits. 'iianaa and 


Christmas Caady 

ri T ROtX 

Very Ta^ty and Colorful 


Gfv# a Lasting Gift of Real Jewelry . , . 
You'll Be Surprised of t/ie 
Reasonable Prices 

5** ear Large Seleeltm ef Leae/g 

lOk GOLD JEWELRY 

Pendanu, Marrtn$e. Arooelef*. Ptnt end Binga eef vKk 
genuine Jedr Hemaiitr <AteMka Black Chamondt, Opal, 
Ameirititt, Topaa. Camat. Diamond, Turquoine, Cameo, 
Synthetic itonea and Calfiired Pearls. 


Jaeger 


Onmphlee 
Mte-Alree 
Daniel (•roee 


Boxod Earrini;* and 
NKklaca Saft 

AIKORA ROREALEH 

I Very Colorful 


Ne9t l.aleat Stifle 

Single Cultured Pearl Pendettes 

IM Cold Chain 

From J5.95 


'tool Seeks 
tier Drains 


Cultured Pearl Necklaces 
From JI9.50 

Yo«r Purrheae Gift'Wr«pped FREE 


later Victoila echool 
will appeal to the Saan- 
unicipal rouncll on he 
f Donraater PTA lo »up- 
aquale diainage for Don- 
ftchool ground*. 

I* ter from the Donraster 
a( a achool board 
^g. blamed "damp and 
r mnriitioTw of giounda 
of proper drainaga. 


NO CARRYING 
(*HARGP;S 


COFFEE lOo 


120J Douglaa $L 


1100 DouglM At. 


JEWELERS 


1317 DooglM Mreet 
















Bitly VW«k,ia,TWi.,l»«.lS.l»S» 


1 cooking Here's • reminder don'l If ihey hkty Sp«rlon» 
mmfhed foigei !o bu> mtionn for the two pound* lor 35 rent* or 
uUflower turkey diesumg ond rr*n- extra fancy Mar* at 
c«nta a berrtea while the supply lain pound* for 33 cema. 

because they're cleanng out * * « 

Luxury* item that rnay ’ 
hete Mwn comes from J oh 


raid nights 


for 29 cents. 


excellent which is available, from v 
om Call- Mexico and Honda la top ries 
ng for a biand tomatoes, a d I m e a ha 
I pound, cheapei than at thl.* time last 

year at 29 cents a jwund or S’ 
will be by the tube and of excellent be • 
■ a fresh color and ripeness pru 

rk^t this it ^ ^ 

n Selling People looking for a blight P 
Dncedai red apple to stuff m a stocking the 

or fill a fruit bowl *an’l mws sbo 


resulted In 


The emphasis it on quallly California celery has re 
and reasonable price*. What ^^yered from the bad frost 
there ia available to shoppers .bout six week* ago and with 

‘■A- ■!'“ r ^urdl; 


mg for about two 
49 cent.*. 


Tender Leg of Lamb 


With pork or duckling . . . 
SpK ei> ( RANRRKKIPJt 
(Jne cup water, W cups 
bruun sugar. \ cup granu 
iaied sugar, *» cup vinegar, 2 
les.spoons whole cloves. 2 
Sticks cinnamon. 4 cups fresh 
cranberries 

Bring water, sugar*, vino- 
gar. cloves, and cinnamon to 
a boll in a medium sized sauce 
pan Boll rapidly 5 minutes; 
strain. Add the cranbenie* 
>nri rook 5 minutes, or until 


lies pop open 'about 5 nun - 1 
ules.i Remove fiom heat and 
atW remaining ingredients 
CiH)l. then chill. Makes I quart 
isure 

With ham m tuikey , . . 
KKK.SH VVHUl.R 

1 K.ANBKKKV HAICK 

Knur cups fresh cranberries. 

2 cups water. 3 cups sugar. 
Combine sugar ami water in 

saucepan. Roll for 3 to 5 min- 
utes Add cranberries and 
hnng to a boil again. Cook 
wilhoui stirring until skln.s of 
bei rie* pop open Cool and 
serve Recljie makes I quart 
whole cianbeiry sauce. 


Cranberries belong w 1 1 h ■ 
turkey *111 true . . • but have 
you ever tried a sparkling 
cianberry sauce with teniler | 
leg of lamb? Theiea some 
thing sboui the flavor of ciam 
berries that belongs with 
•very meat. 

Take a pound of fresh crao 
beiriet. for instance. The la 
vorite fresh whole cranberry 
sauce Is delicious with hsan oi 
tuikey. Add some spices for 
XMiy eating with pork oi 
duckling. Add mint flavoring 
for perfection with lamb. All 
these cranberry *au«-e* will 
elisien with color on your 


SALE STARTS 
9 AM TOD A Y 


move from neai : cor 
oughly before serving 




lledicfti Arta Building 
and 1106 random Ae«. 


tSS Tarrow BoUdlng 
•25 Fort street 


• Moroccos • Calfskin • Alligator 

• Suede • Celtic • Cowhide • Velucca 
V Shoe Matching Bags and Utility Bags 

r Party Bags and Travel Bags 


k UH 0 tH^RWS 
5 $ A 95 to *1 


SCHOOL 

BINDERS 


iilifcnMil brings you 

the very best raspberries 

-rich, ripe, rosy-red! 


MONOGRAMMED AND GIFT-BOXED 


t)«h»r hind picks only Ihe lop quality i^spberriei — full-grown and flavourfuT, 
rich and ripe, ready to add tangy taste to pies or ice cream. Or serve Deloor 
u they are — a superb Aavour fruit that delighta any time, a delicioua 
lUnnnrt Get a few e( those familiar blue peckagea — there are lo many 
lamptiag and dilfewnt wsyi to enjoy theae fresh frozen rosy-red rmapberrieal 


S LEATHER GOODS, LTD 

BRITISH LEATHER GOODS 

^ 1121 DOUGLAS STREET Corset Oongla* ssJ Vww PHI 






SQUARE 

DANCING 


(^nJnnW IXh T¥»n., Dm. IS, ItSS 27 


HATS OFF!! 


To the Wonderful 
Bargains at Tang's 

(iiftR for Iho Whole Fomtly 

CA| C 

DHLC ROIHKC'OATS 

Sirex 3 to Ua PU^ wooU. quilted 
couonit. quilted Mllru Reg $4 9H 
to $11 95. D095 NC^G 

RAij; C to 9 


man of mn*i{rUy and one 
MhoKe devotion to the cau»e of 
L'hi t^liaiitly and the church 
U of a very high older." 

The xuiemi'ni >uii(l the group 


TORONTO ’iCPt Approv- that the hoard of regent* ha* 
al of the action of I'nited Col lectllied the *iluailon »o far 
lege at Winnipeg In retnMallng •> poMihly by lein^taiing Prof. 
ProfeH«or H»rr\ .® Crowe was Crowe” 

exnreiKiwHl Wedne<ulay night hy Prof. Crnw-e was fired from 


pholiMiating Prof. Cniw'p'a 


Boys' Fancy 
Cowboy Shirts 


Lounging Pyjamas 

Quilted, brocade, metallic 
With black satin or velvet 
slim Jims. 

97&0 GSQWG 

Fiom I to I w 


"lies 


Sack^toon and he flew from New 
Zonland to be al her side. I-efI to 
lipht: Mines Mini.sler Paul Comtols, 
Worktt Minister Howard Green. Vet- 
erans' Affairs Minister A. J. Brooks 
and Mr. Diefenbaker. 


Arriving in Ottawa after hi.s .V, 000- 
mile world tour. Prime .Mini.sler 
Diefenbaker la civen a hearty wel- 
come by members of his cabinet. His 
tour was shortened hv a few days 
when his mother suffered a stroke in 


In the l..«to»l M|rto 
Square Dance 
Clothing 


CHILDREN'S 
PARTY SHOES 


Tear Gas 
Subdues 


A .Must for Christma.s 


Ur«trrn Sqiuire Dance Panta. from 
\Se-»lcrn Shirt*, from N5 

Square Dance Dre**e«. from Nff. 

10 yard N.vlim Krill ('rtnotlnea. from 
IlfMtp Oiradlne*. fn>m 
New S<|uare Dance .Shi»e*. ptdnted toe* 
liamhier «tyl« Hand Painted T1e« 

Itolo Tie* 91.00 BelU 

Buckle* 


IJTTLK TREASt RE'* | 
\ Patents I 


The prletrt numbered al- The commlHsion •'Sid Ciuffre . , 
most three out of five peix-ms used fund* 

who responded in the sollciling nequent dcpositoi* to |m»> off « 
nf r,».in Biiill*la Cluffre for eailler debtors ami still owes N 
in\e«inient« with a promise of Investor* more thnn S'-'^bt^dOO fl 

quirk 40 to inn per c**nl In •Per paying out U»>40,000 J 

lere.*! piymcnl*. the report mtcic«t. * 

said tltuflrr fki starteil a* * 

- — hank cl.uk. For the last eighl U 

j year* he has been financing g 
^ • 1 consfrucitoo m Nortliei n IihI\ , 

^^1 1 1 A/OC o'ti''h of d church property, « 

[ V i V He had no hank and name* of “ 

person* deahng wuh him were 1 

not known at ftr.*t Ills fund { 

• B 3 • was c-nmmnnly referred lo In e 

Italy a* "hanker* anonymmu." “ 
The report said inc»Mnp1eie N 
data showed fJluffre put up R 
about 20 hulldings mans 
church structures - valued at « 

$4,100 000. 5 


Swivel Strap* 

These Prices also appiv al mir Stdnev Store! 
“HAPPY KKFrr MAhK HAITV KA(»T 


• MERRITT. BC ICPI Rein- 
'forcemeni* from Kamloops 
used tear ga* bombs in a (our 
hour battle In arrest an In 
dMn here Wednesday. 

X Police who arrived on the 
1 scene to investigate tiie shoot 
Gng of a woman the previou* 
^ night were met by a fusillade 
»o( shots. 

I police did not return the 
gun fire, hut instead lohhed 
tear gas h*>mbs into the cehm 

' east of here. Finally flushed 
from me cahin. the middle- 
aged Indian grappled wuh po* 
-lice hefoHi being subdued. 
^MAV DROP <TIAfU;K.S 
’• Polue uid charges may not 
*he laid because of the man* 
menral mndiimn. 

They were called to inve.st- 
^Igate the shooting of Palsy 
,;Hosion of neaihy Dougla.s 
^Ijike. .She wa.s shot in the 
(head with a bullet fiom a 
« .22-rahbre rifle 

Aulhorlite* at Nicola Ho*pl- 
l.il here said the wom.sn will 

II have In undergo suigery on 
L er rich! eve 


Open 9 - 9 

Tonight. Friday, 
Monday and 
Tnenda.v 


STYI.KRITE . . . HKADQl AKTKRS rOR Al.l 
VOl K KAMII.V SI.IPPKK NEEDS 




IMUf*l,AS .STKFJ-rr 


isma Tiic f'vsnrr vr johssos 

\m IMM fa.AS Plume KV .S-SBIS 

Bs IM \ a w «a tm M* 0S La IMt m twiito Ml kA y* Ml CtoSto ti» 


Newspaper Advertising Stimulates Buying 


PK'NDKR HARROIR -CP* .Mr* M.sckay Klanred hack at 

Dan .Mjckdv 72 . veter.in »hr n mt named Jc, her. She 
fistiermari. exiieTiem«ed two N»'>*'*‘d * uny flu kei of flame, 
explosions and lire* on hi* M<»<k»y «»'m hack to put 
. , J ,1 out the f ame, .sersmds aier 

Ell neiiei Wednesilay and lived ^ 

* ^ a hiMvy espliisiiin roi*ked the 

to tell ahout It. flames practically 

M.U'kay siiffered burns to engulfed it 
hie hand* and face The blazing Nell was towed 

Witnesses said Mackay wa* rammed hv t^trne 

. .. ... . liiL’gin* in hi* gil neiier The 

llehling the w-|rk-IV|>e stove .... . * , 

„ •' .\p 1 rtiMpw*ared beneath the 

In hi* Iwia . Ne l. when the . . 


Canada, p; 
\U,S. Plan ^ 
iMeetinss ^ 


Ntore Hour* A..4A Ui A-.MI p.m. 
Phone RV 4 1111 


PRICP:S EFTECTn E DECEMBER 18, 19 and 20 


“Lpt Me & Me Fill 
Your Christma.H Li»tt 


PINEAPPLE and GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 
SWEET PICKLES 
PEACHES 

SLICED PINEAPPLE 
TOMATO JUICE 

PEAS Nn. S, NalMth tanry, 

BRUSSEL SPROUTS 
SWEET POTATOES 
CELERY 
TOMATOES 
JAPANESE ORANGES 


I>e| Mont9, 
4A-«g. tin 


CHRISTMAS TREE 
STANDS 

Todfty's Special, only 

KA( H 


NAIXKY'S, 2«-oe. IrotUe 


Keti ii W hite, Choice. 
I.VOE. 


• i” Black and Decker Rl- 
filric Drill* — • powerful 
universal motor operate* 
a< rej»*r>rie* loo! Ju»l a few 
;<i ihi* p» ice. 9 9 Q96 
Hurrv e.xch. I 9 

Natl Wheel* — The perfect 
gadget for storing those 
iMid nail* and view* in 
sighi. 9C*» 

Special, e.ich 

Niii Bowl and Pick .'srl*— 
In natural w»wrt finish 
wi»h nut ciacker* 90-9 
St»e«-ial, CHi'h t 

l.a»y Silvan — Rexu'lful 
chr'itne b.v*e wUh hall 
hearing*, rlivided gla** 
lrn> Reg $'!».■> 9ia» 

Special, each . • 

Wearever tilft Set* — *> pc 
act of maiching heavy 
qualltv ulen*ll* with der»ir 
atnr tuU m gun metal or 
lurquniv. or i'opt>er tone. 
A perfeci gift, only 5 lef^ 
«o hurry Reg spA**** 
$.12 50 Sjiecisl- 

thick Wall Plaque* — .1 pc 
ael* Boxed a regular 
much wanted gift Hem 
Reg $125 70^ 

Special, set . - - - • ^ 


Ijwlle*' t Pc. laiggage— 
Beautiful Kogli*li i-rafier 
atrflighi luggage popul.ir 
color*, fiU«M 9 9 QWG 
Inside Only I 9 

«.,K. lElectrle Wall I l«*k* 
A ixTfeci giD and smart 
atyling too. NC**** 

Reg $7 ft/». .Sjiecial 9 

<;endl* Wrl*i Waivthe* — 
A qualttv .Mvis; lime piece 
wiiti all llie he*t fcaluieo 
t.imitcd vU*ciiim '• off 

tockai. •SS"® 

From ... w9 


Dole*, 

29-ot. 


Chlifomia, 

0J4. No. 1 Gmde 


, Membei* nf 5'lrtorla D|dl 
!■ U( ( liih will htuig a gill of 
anned gond^ to tie donaied 
yt the Flee Fo«*d Sl.if|. to the 
'hrtsim** luncheon ol 'I’c 
luh at 12 10 p m at the P.icif,. 

, luh . . Chrisima.* party of 

Bay KIwanI*. 915 p.m. 

^ak Bay Beach lloiel . Ai 

i'lnej tjeneriil Robert Rnooct 
JeaU with the ■Ontcmiial 
rear in Rerro«pei*l.'‘ .it 2 2«>lh 
fleeting of Vlrtorla Rotary at 
•210 pm. Krnpre** Hotel . . 
army. Navy and Air Force 


Cal ffornia 


Folding Firescreen — 1 fere 
I* a pt.u-ncal gifi Protect* 
a g a I n a I ihriv flying 
*park* Btas* fitting* 
Special 97HA 

each " 


norWa. 1 No. 1 Grade, 
12 -oil tube 


.'W“ C urtain Firescreen — 
In eyecatching h*.i** fin- 
ish Sntnii and pr.iciical 
$25 00 value N17*<" 


S«dder Own* — For the 
handv/nait on your li*t 
150 watt*. m*lan' heal, 
nilfvt light and 9 9 9 05 
lightweight Only I I 


Kiminailnn* meeting 
‘•era utged to attend 
liNl] Wharf. 


TURKEYS ' 

10-16 lbs. 59' ‘20 Uu. and up i 

k- COTTAGE ROLLS 


FOR VOI R SIIOPPIM* rONVKNIKNCB 


OPEN TILL 9 P.r. 
TNURSDAV 


TOYS 


Aftpmoon, 
Cocktail 
and Party 

In Vflnrioiii Fahrlct 


Shufflehoart Hel# —Keep* 
4 people happ>. DA** 


Plasllc Dinner seta— 72 pe. 
vi (or A delight any child, 
demraiixe, completeU "n 
hreakahle. Qft* 

Special, each 999 

HUi'kliOArds. with Alpha- 

hel — 9 9 79 


SIDE BACON 


Hlleed 


HolelnDoe Ooff HH« — 
Wood*, hall* and hole* 
comt>leie, ideal for the 
eart' beginner. 9 9 10 
From * 


Ri*e* 7 to 20 , 
12 H to 201, 


Ktodieaa "Tmatee** Br*nd 


Don’t let Santa catch you napping. Call in today and Dc "uirr 
you have cverythinR you’ll need for the festive Beaaon. Youll 
find a full Mipply of Ciift Wrap, I>ecorationB and Party Needa, 
aa well aa manY' laat-minute gift auRneationa. 


S pc. f hlM'* Dre*s»»r Hrt* 
fMastir hnish. rt»mh and 
mlrTHi A pt'rfeci aloe*- rig 
Mem Reg $1 J** fiQ* 

.Sp»H-ial, each 99 

rnlnr <et« — F<>r Ute wee 
artiKi* .11 color vt* Reg 


Model tar* — Aull 
model.* in a di«pla' 
>ule r.el a full * 
act Fach ^ 


siri* 


1J«tne| R O, RaflroMl Het* 
Tlte perfect model rail 
road, authenttc 9^0*** 
finish. From, *ei 9fc 


^ McLennan, McFeely & Prior Ltd. 

^ 1400 GoxernnieBt St Pbooo tV 4-lUl 







e< tft« ">«a»u«d toi loot b*aJih. i) 

and wMhibt*. ^<yt\i. I i y a^ 

iiMT . M um • M iTiKtinw »T tn»r» sto*h 

M«d* by IC*uhn*n Flubb«i Co. Limiiod. PCiicbonw. Onttrio 


Tht Foot Prlnco 
Shoo Store 


Cathcarfft 
Shot Store 


Sptnctr't Stores Ltd. 

nil Oov'l IKO lk»u(lM 


Norman L. Maynard 
Shot Stort 

mi Fori KVSS7I; 


Gilmour 

Corrtctivt Footwear 

uei Dou»l»* K' 


Stylirita Shots 

110-1 DniirlM FV 0-5610 


1506 DotiflM EV 5^5610 


650 JohfMon 


It Pays to Buy 
Nationally Aihrtrtiftd j 
Products , 


'T. ^ AJ.qN C 


ini DouflM EV 0 -U 21 


£df/rir-r*'Hf# 3 Smm eooorr*— Kodak Pof»v 
II hat oolv one raprmire irtttnK W make, ind 
a huiU'in Ruidr ftllt how. No-thirad loadmK. 
Quick ■ fonr" focusin|. With buiha. banert^s. 
pocket llaaholder. film, viewer $ 47.25 


Brtm-mit C*mtf0 witk ta^iar# 

r— astfani«<i.-«//y ihowj.iohm npoaure ii 
tt Mrtl raof> fillers SH 9 .S 0 . a 
ik Ohostiime I Movie Pro* '' 
n, trem 1 1 5fi. 2S ' 


gmm nUr maKei— Urfaan 

ih-’^eafN- ' Oik leitmf . and ihe Bmwnif Movie 
Cameca I 2 3 . main >cn»r family movie stars I 

J. 17 . 95 . K.if wiih/. 2 3 camera, 2 -lamp movie 
li|hi. lamps, uikr board $ 48.25 


7 e^*r«/«a Hmm ra#m— Brownie Movie Cam* 
era. Turret / 2 3 . (or three kiodi of movie 
treres regular, widr-an(|e, or telephnio 
T 69 . 56 . Breiwnie 300 Mtnie Pmiector shows 
bruliani movies up lo 3 feet wide .... $ 79,95 


lUaitv Coda* dealers «tfe» lr»w down peywwt. rttmemenr »emi fnee# aer mh<trl m riaof* •Vricsisr a*nee 

CANADIAN KODAK CO., LIMITED, Toronto 9, Ontario 

See Kodak s *’The Ld StilUvan Show ' on CBC TV network 


T* ik**t sAasr fUr Ko»lak 

Si|net 50 Camera hai raiy-to-uae phoioetettrie 
espoaure meter. fa«y 2 8 lena Complete with 
Rasholder and two reflectors, S 9 S.S 0 . Kodak 
300 Pro]«ior $ 73.75 


far taap«*srtaadcs/ae tUdft— Brownie Sur* 
lies Camera tales them ail You see how your 
ptfture will look— bif and bri|ht— ke/we >mi 
snap It C.ompleie with flashoider, hulb* hat* 

leriea and film .... $ 18.85 


DaiiH coiBHid foloTiihia Mourns Fire Victims 


Panic Increased Toll 


B(h;OTA. Columbia lAP}- abort clrculied dlaplay of 
C„lnmu« n.nurn«i W..ln,«Uy „„ 

night for hi vu-nm* of fire and rett'rd for a depart- 

panic llial turned a dcparimeni 

*tore imo a d»-jih trap for pnttetMion Aaaoria- 


Chrtfttmas choppers. 


m Boalon. showed it 


TIte fire and frrnried stam doubletl the pre>lous high — 
paile swept Ihe Vida Store in death of 41 persons al 
" - la TYtesda — 


New Zealand. 


Tlte go\”emnieni wiU pay for 
Ihe funerals of iheVlerK* and 
shoppers, mostly women, who 
died. 

Siure manager Alberto .Mar.u- 
era said that deaths might 
have been held to about 20 but 
for panic that sent many 
I'lawmg and screaming up a 
1 


The stairway had seemed a 
pathway of aafety to shoppers 
trapped among laden counters ! 
I at the rear of the store- -only 
23 feet wide- by a curtain of 
flames at the centre. 

But It turned Into a funeral 
i pyre for masses of men. 
women and children, some with 
Christmas In Iheir 


Grandfather liisks Life 
To Save Tonn from (was 

IPSWICH, KtigUDd (I PI)— W’ilUani Ho&r, 6.5 
year*old grandfather, risked death to repla^ i 
defective valve in a main ga.s line and save part o 
the town from being blown up. 

The dangenius 90-minute }ob comple(tH), S m 
sipped a mug of tea and x^nned: 'it's all part o 
the Job." 


Now Tliev (an Relax 


The election in over. Ihe hallols founled ami they 
won. but Mr. find Mrs. Paul Hellyer are more inter- 
ested in a momeni^ rnlaxallon than in cheerinR. 
Utjeral MHher won the Toronto-Trinity byeleciion 
over Or. .toVoph U»^niak, Conservative candidate, 
bv 761 voit»-< 


Ftfiy were Injured ind dnr ' Nailonal mourning was de 
ens of others were affeoied by creed hy President AUierto ; 
smoke and fumes from flamen Ueras Camargo In this South j 
created by Ihe explosion of a^^enran couniry oM3.«iO.OOO. ' 

Forest Executive 
Attacks Tariffs 

VANCOl’VER «CP* Tl\e before depreciation, compared 
head of a major forest Indus wHh SIT WIO.OOO In 1957. 

Iiy said the people of British He said the company plans 
, Columbia should opjio^ any no major expansion “and It 
Canadian tariff increases be may well be lhai we should 
cAit^e they Invite retaliatory look forwaid to a period of 
tanff> Iiom oiher counines. consolidation, having In mind 
J, V rivne. board chan man the difficulties which may lie 
of MacMillan and Blocdel. Lid., ahead. 


mm 








CANADIAN WHISKY 

...a finer J 
wiiisky f 


Five Street Rolilieries 

Get Out of Town, 

Young Thief Told 


!.i!d Ihe •ompanv's annual 
meeiing that monetary hor 
nets aie making world iiad*'. 
in which the companv i* en 
g.igeil. lncTea.«-mgly difflcul* 

' "A great deal is *aid ai>oul 
the value of tariffs in afford 


Conn. Barclay 
Finishes Term 


Reeve 


W'uricle look 


VANCOrVKR "P' A 1.1 
youth Who *r>«K pai* ’ ^ 

XI .oi'Car tn 1 obb.'s t-.' i'' 'n 

two hours on tirey Cup day i 
wa« given a su-pended sen f 
lence WerliiMdav and ordeieil ^ 
to xiay out ot Vancouver for j| 
a year. i 

.Magisiraie Osc.srOrr ordfied 

John Morxetle, 20. to po«l a j 
boml of Sf>0n tn keep Die peace g 
fnr two years and to leiuin m 1 
his home in Natal. H<' 

Earlier. Donald (den ."^haw 
23 of Cianhinok, was )aile<| . 
for two and a half years for ^ 
his part ui the robbeiles and 
Dou-das Mmseiic. IS. of Win- 
n'lii’g. was .u'-iterwed io one 
year definite and one jeai In- 
definite in New H.i\.'n. 

Couit wos told the three 
picked up people w,iiimg fot 
hiiws and robbed 'hern. The , 

youUis an-l i girl wei at! - ed ^ 

by police 25 minutes after the 


A l.i»t fiihheiy The git I was 

. r dl wiUi • -iVj • 


,ug local employment in manu- from business matters 

l,..|unns m-l.;-";-" h; mchl dur.ng E.qu|. 

but It IS ii'«unllv forgotien trial ♦ e ► ^ 

wrious unemployment will malt council s last meeting of 
ai ise if our goods are debarred year, to bid farewell to 

from other countries by re ^-^un \V E A. Barcla>. whose 

St, u live trade praciiccy year term evpire't at the 

Mr Clyne icpoited Hie com 


AT REGULAR PRICES 


patiy made $19(K)0 .(Xm 1 m l9.’.« oMhe month. 


U ALBERTA DISTILLERS. L'MlTEO 

Thll sdvcn>ieeierit It net publnhcd ei dooUved bv tkr l<Quor 
Boiid O' by ike Ciovc'evicel of G'.lilh Colw«b>4 




BKAl Tin K THINGS NEKD NOT 
BE COSTLY 

Depend on Hay 

- , ■ ards for a cotn 

nlcte service withir 

HAYW^^ CHAPEL 

734 BROl'GIITON — KV 3-3614 

Bruce M. l>e>den, Manager. Hayward Family, Directors 

Increased Sn|M*rvised Parking 


THIS CHRISTMAS 


Put shoe! 
in their 
stockings ! 

(Kaufman Foamtread House Shoes* of course!) 


Only Kfvlik gifu have ihi» “Open nv first" tag {^rtmois 
Su/Aa»h Outfit. Clamera in red, white, blue or black. $1 1 .45) 


The moment vmi open vour Kodak gift you raa 
■lart taking p« cures of all your (Jhnetmai fuo I 


nme 


Executivt 

A mao w.il iral :«n!orl 

sfhva TOO qtva kim thaaa 

gajtiDan foamiiaafla Ma4a 

•«ih Cuiabla eojduioy urr*’* t* rolo'* 

sntn lifca Foam lobboc aolaa aia walil 

wf OB T>i»y ran l coma looa*' Samtiaed 

Md waahabt*. ^ 

Junior Sandmon 

Thaaa cay •.•ppara lot cbiiitton ha*a 
bouncy h-jhbio tubbo’ aolaa 
•o lujhi ati4 'omly' Saoilix#^ lo halp kaap 
yotina ftaanhy Toaa *naa« ahoaa ia 
tha waahat *hta in*y qat toilod' 


Kodak gifts ^ 

and save Christmas fun in pictures! 


Complete camera outfits as low as 


$11 


•• rq. r« 

0^1 ««|r 


J,- Any woman would lovo 

I. ihoaa Kautman Foaninaatia 

V Cla-janity rlaatqnad ol 

val in Tkoica ot erlora #mb'Oidorod la 
^jold 'lhtaad So comloiiibla-boca ito 
^1 m ihcma ol aif bubhiaa aadla tha aolaa 











PAY CASH AND PAY LESS AT SPENCER^S 


WE’RE CUTTING PRICES HERE 


CASH-AND-CARRY^ PRICETSAVE YOU MONEY 


BRAND ANTI-FREiZI 


STORES 1110 60VERNMENT 


LTD. 1420 DCOGLAS 


CabinlNt- v u twita. 
TN«r«4*r. 0«< 11. MSI 


unlU caught In a jam or a<n|^ 
ptHl at places such as Lake Si. 
I’eier at Three Rivers wheie 
the St. Lawrence cuirmi 
hIijws conalderat>ly. And 
should It snow, poor visibility 
would again restrict-* naviga- 


>' reauliing from a 
steam fog vshich sti; 
above the liver. 

U It becomes warm for any 
length of time, ice jam« along 
the river would be compound 
ed as large slabs of Hhox* ic*e 


MONTREAL « UPI * The 
lO.OOh h p Icebreaker Lahra 
dor is hurrying to the ice 
blocked St. Lawrence River 
ffom Halifax to assist In at 
tempts to batter a channel 
Ihrough continually forming 


the question of whether all thick 
slilps will clear the Si. Law- 
rence before the river freezes 
solid. 

It It should turn very c«M 
navigation may come to a 


fii'ighiers have been im 
inlaoned for the Iasi few days. 

On arrival, the country’s 
second largest icebreaker, 
frnmrrly a naval Aiclic patioi 
ship, wat acheiluled to Join the 
D’Iberville, the N B Md^an, 
the Erne.<v| L<ipointe atid ihe 
Monlealm in their task of Ik'h 
ing the V) fieiglHeis •.till in 
Montreal harbor and 12 moie 
trapt>ed between here and 
Smel. about 70 miles down 
nver 

The icebreakers D'Iberville 
and Ernest Lapointe spent 
most of yesterday working In 
the vicinity of II vev*el« 
caught In a jam at iJinoraie. 
about 30 miles dowrv the M 
l.Awrenre from hetf Another 
ship, the □imenane is Iced 
in at Sorel. 

Channel engineers «aid that 
weather changes within the 
next few days, no mailer it 
the lemperaiiire goes up or 


CHRISTMAS 

SHOPPING 

HOURS 


1»'* 


pi-lask mhl: 

SATURDAY, DEC. 27 
CLOSED ALL DAY! 


All-Out 

Effort 

A t INCO 


WOMEN’S BRIEFS 

\nn lirlef> wHh rlu*>ltt or knit- ^ 

I Cliff leg hand, lonely high T 

Sdrs. Mreo vmmII. nirdhtm and ^ J fOr I 


CHILDREN’S 

PANTIES 


TORONTO I CP I Laten 
Minister Daley of Ontario >-aid 
We<lne«<lay he will keep Inter 
national Nickel Company and 
mine-mill union negotiators tl 
the conference table '‘until 
Christmas If necessary” in his 
latest bid to end the prolonged 
airtke at Sudbury and Port 
Colhorne. 

As the second day of the 
third round nf government- 
apon.<K)red peace talks was ad 
journed without comment 
fmm company nr union, the 
minister irmforced the belief 
that he Is adopting a get tough 
atniude towards both sides. 

’The only way ihi.s thing 
caji he seitled is by negolls- 
lmn“ he said ‘‘We are going 
to keep them talking and 
thieshing ihLs thing out until 
there Is nothing left to 
thresh.” 

Ahout UW)0 loco workers 
now have been idle 83 days. 
Moit ai« at Sudbury. 


RiK»my riit nylon acetate 
bHrf« with narrow pirol 
eiiglng, sixes t to 6x. 


MEN'S SCARVES 

Nice assortntenl of plaids and checkx Mn- 
Uhed with fringed ends. ^bfi 

Site I2tlft IruhcH. I 

A Ihillar Day Bargain, each i 


MEN'S GAB. DRILL SKI CAPS 

Norwegian alyle. Color grey. Completely 
lined with warm doeskin. Including 4^ 
ear band. Sixes 6’i to I 

Dollar Day Rpeclal. ea*-h ■ 


ALL PURE WOOL 
MEN’S DRESS SOCKS 


GIRLS’ SKIRTS 

Splash Tuerd Skirts with kirk 
pleat. Brown or blacks. 400 

Sizes 14 and 16 only I 


••viTHTtr llrnnd. Mad** In f iigland. 
and iiM*v rcinforceil with .I"- nyhui. atnl '*i 
resistant, i .imr In neat *h'‘|»licrd’H rlirn 
iirmvhv, greya. win*'^ and grri-n . . . Ah« 
M'., Regular »l.r»0 jwlr. A IMH 
n\y Si’f.f i%l.. |M*r pair 


WOMEN’S HOSIERY 

Strelrhy Uip menerixed cotton atur-kinga. 
nylon-reinforced heel amt A ^00 

t«te. Konuim<e beige t«>ne. § I 

Sixes 9 to II ■» pair ■ 


*^TEENAGERS’ 

ANKLETS 

SutMtamUrd. triple ruff, 
■tretch nylon and roMon 
aocka . . . White only. 


CHILDREN'S PARTY SLIPPERS 

Shiny hlwk patent »llpper» In the popular 
Ihrreway »trap Hlylea. Sliea N Xu 4. AOO 
Regular $S.t5 pair § 

IHdIar Day Special Price, pair ■■ 


BRASS PLANTERS 

Omanirnlal l>ra«i planters, oblong 
«hape, IQ Inches long. fD'gular 
I1.9.V LAch 


MEN’S BOXER SHORTS 


bl WOMEN’S RUBBER OVERSHOES 

a 'it , Rlacfc or brown riihbe«r with fleece linitii;, m aA 


WOMEN'S PULLOVERS 


See thU huge display of Broadch)lh Sliorta. 
••\\a»li and t>ear ' Sanforlxevl vhnink 
Platna, atripe^. etc. All aliea. Buy ^ oo 

several at Ihia Bargain Cminler I 

l-^mh ■ 


Helenra boucle texture, crew neck and *hnrt 
wieevea. 


Site* 14 tn So. Aaaorted 
•hadea. Regular Price (3.96. 
1‘Ach 


Black or brown riihbe«r with fleece linitii;, 
nioiiinn-t> |>e collar, zipper fiivlener, low- 
heel alyle. .Sixes lo 9. Dollar Hay Sjiecial 
Price. |>er pair . 


BOYS' 

SHIRTS 


Extreme care In the hand 
ling of novelty bubble type 
Chnxlma* tree lights Is urged 
: — ward and 
at Royal Jubilee 


MEN'S ^YAMA' PYJAMAS 

In anvvrted atrlpe^ < oat ha* laiwklyle col- 
lar, with breaat pocket . . . Trmiwm have 
fwo-hutton vml boxer-at.vle 
wai*t for comfort. Slxea 36 lo 4t. 4 

fMch V 


Three-ply knitting wool, large a*w>rtmenl of 
color*. .Apprnximalely A ^00 

oneoiini-e ball*. K I 


by the emergency 
poison centre l. 

Hnspllal 

Liquid within the buln* ha* 
hern ulcntifird aa methylene 
j'hloiine *imilar to caihnn 
tciiachlnride which i-tuxed the 
death of a young man in Vic 
toria last summer. 

Hospital spokesmen *aid 
The roloied liquid Is poiaoo 
ovis on mntai l whether in- 
haled a* a vapor, on the xkin, 
or taken Internally with food 
or drink. 

Due child ha.s already been 
treated at the hospital after 
liquid from one Of the bulba 
toijrhed it* skin. 


IT/#’’ 


O MEN'S '^MONARCH" ATHLETIC 
SHORTS AND VESTS 

'•pre shrunk to fit.” amt ‘■s.inl 
TI/.LD” to cheik prrs|dralion 

odors. Briefs have reitifoned ^ A 

la|»ed S4*am%. A *st PI-.K R\R ■ ■ ^ M 

t.AlN FOR IM)U.AR DA\ Ath M I 

lelii style vests and brief, f om lUl I 


CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS 


WOMEN'S BED JACKETS 

( oiinter-solled Bed Jackets, padded silk lin- 
ing. Shade* of pink or blue. 

Regular Price fd.95. B 

Ravh B 


Orve-plei-e fleece lined slee|iers 
(hnk or blue, ^nltlyed and pre- 
shnink. tn Dt alxe I lo 4 years. 
Regular Price I.IS 


MEN'S NECKTIES 

Here^’a a genuine bargain. A 4 OO 
\ alum lo $2.00 £ for I 

Ue reserve the right lo limit quantities on 
this Item 


MEN'S SHEARLING SLIPPERS 

Moulded soles, with aheariing collar and 
lining. Brown only. Sizes 6 to II. 400 
Dollar Day Special Price. A 

pair ■ 


CHEFS’ APRONS or HATS 

Made from oiiallty white drill. Apmru are 
Nb stylov and hata have balloon lopa. ^ OO 
It’s a grand gift for the turkey I 

carver on Chrlstnuui Day. f;a< h I 


WOMEN'S PYJAMAS 

Smartly ityled for tminglng or sleep wear 
Made from knitted i-otton. Mxes A*^^ 

small, medium and large. 4 

\ alues to ta.9&. Pair V 


BOYS’ OVERALLS 


Rrukrn aiM*s. Munarch'!! sti|>cr Denim 
Western Ranger, ('harroal grey. Slrrs 
10. n. 16. IH only. Regular Trice $2.93 


CHILDREN'S 

SLEEPERS 


eaati «h«<i 

rttS (Six Z*«l|a« 
4 Manlar 


.Substandards. Winter-weight 
cotton vests with silk stripe. 
Sizes smaii, large ao<l out-aixe 
only. 


GIRLS' 

DRESSES 


FOAM CHAIR CUSHIONS 

Just the right shape for a kitchen chair . . . 

Assorted colors. Regular A 4^ 

7.V- each. B I 

Now only £• for i 


IJned Corduroy Jeaos for ro«der dayi. 
Shades: navy, green or red with matching 
check doeskin. Sizes 7 to M years. Regu- 
lar Price $2.95 . 


PENMAN’S WORK SOCKS 

Puqde topa. la dark grey. 

Our popular work aork ... V QQ 
Regular S9c ... A $ DAY I 

3 pain for I 


WOMEN'S FELT SUPPERS 


Plaio colors of blue or win« 
. . . padded heels, pom trim. 


Special 


WOMEN’S SLIPPERS 

Fur-trimmed mmeaalh mules, open loe, low 
w edge styles, plaids or plain colors 4 00 

^xes 4 to a In the lot. \ allies to IT.45. 1 
Dollar Day Special Price, pair 1 

SILVER SERVING DISHES 1 

Nine inches In diameter, with either pnleslal t 

base or carrying handle Heavy A^^ 

chrome plating over solid brass. # * 

ReguUr tt.OS fa 1! 

BOYS’ PANTS 

Smartly styled Ivy f.eague slM ks In smooth 
drill. Black or suntan, guaranteed A^^ 

washable. Sixes i to 16. B 

Regvilsr Price t?.93. Pair m 

WOMEN'S LEISURE SLIPPERS : 

High wedge mule style. In black satin floral ^ 

fahric, or pink. blue. bla<k metallic k 

fahrlr. Sixes 5 lo 9 C | 

Dollar Day Special Price, pair w 1 

"Tti-Madt” FUnnalatta Shafts 

Made In Tanada and ronve la colors Mue. 
green, pink or yellow. Mingle 9|pOO 

whlp|*ed In size A 

Regular price S.1.M fr 

KIDDIE CARS j 

IMtialeal Kiddle Cars. Ideal for \ 

one-year-oida. Shaped like a QQ | 

horae. Have four wlieela . . . 1 

Regular 92.93 MB 

j 










30 

T>w«»4«v, Dm ) 


For Missins Flier 


Clothing, Shoes 


wa% limiuM mainly to Uv- 


Needed Badly 


NANAIMO — NeiKl for clothinK and footivrftr 
for chddrrn in thin dintrirt ha» txK^mn so acuta 
that Mayor Prtc Maffro hai^ called an 'VmerRency'’ 
meeting* to aee If Mmething can he done about it, 
Offlcem from the provincial welfare depart- 
ment have been a^ked to attend the meetinK in 
city .hall, Friday afternoon. 

Capk C'harleH Smith of the Salvation Army 
here naid the number* of needy familieM thU ChrUt- 


.4nrtun/ Bingo Set 
By RCAF Croup 

Annual ChrMtmaa bingo 
sipenaored by Ihe Sergoanla’ 
MeM of 24SS Aircraft Conirol 
and Warning S<iuadron. 


.dir. Sea and Land 
To Be Combed Today 


ALL— WTTM ivmv rCKClIAat 


11-lk a-lh Xai*» 

>>t— - Tr*« • Or»»tM 
MO Momi aowM 


WA» scheduled for dawn today n an a o 

locate a missing RCAF navlgalor who parachuted from 
a plunging CF-100 aircraft, late Tuesday. 


SMSLL i'ARS 


.Street, 


to fear* for John .M<‘ljiren, 22. was rescued early yesterday, 
of .SI Lambert, Que . the in*sa The pilot wa^ reported In 
Ing navigator, the air force act good condition last night in 
Up search and revue heart- the RCAK hospital at Comox 
quarter* la*t night at the station He is suffering from 
Rt'AF station here the effects of a two-hour Im- 

Slx aircraft, tugboats anrt mer*ion in the cold choppy 
more than 100 ground acarch waierx of the siraH after He 
•r» were readied for a .aeour- par.irhuied from the doomed 
Ing of water and land In the aircraft around ll pm. Tues- 
Black Creek-Oy.sier B«y area. day. 
approximately 15 miles north sK.A TO LAND 

^ 1 ,,.,. fCmphasis on the varch 

BU'RICI* ARKA missing itavigaloi 

The seanh master W'ing switched from -va to land late 
Commander J W, Bmden. offi yesieiday with the discovery 
rer commanding. 121 Com of an ejection seat a pieie of 
municatlons and Revue night piexigiav* and a flyer's helmet 
at Sea Isfand. Msid la«t mghi near the beach close to Oyster 
aheta/t would sweep the aica U«*v 

toflay If flying Is possible The lind wa.s made about 

Skies were overcast and two mile* C4*t of where the 
rain threatening when yester pilot was taken from the water 
day’s vaich by an estimated by officers aboard the RCMP 
150 ground searchers was motoi ves,se| Masset. one of a 
halted at dusk. Earlier two vore of ciali assembled for 
aircraft and a fleet of tugs the varch, shortly after the 
hart combed the f^eorgia Strait plane crash wa» reported, 
area where FO J O. Callahan. About two miles west of the 
pilot of the downed CF-IOO. latest rtiacnvrrv another ejec- 
tion seal, helievect to be the 
* * * missing navigator's, was found 

ar Black Creek, soon afler the 
Tiny Light plane crashed. 

~ HOPRS STILL HKLD 

1*1 .Searchers believe the ev|. 

I Hence indicates the downed 


The guests, all members of 
the '“Exotic Food Society." will 
include some from the United 
Slates, and many parts of Can- 
ada. 


NANAIMO — About It) 
•“exotic foods.” Including squid, 
will he eaten by guests lo ‘he 
A. L. Kendall home at Boat 
Harbor, t'edar dlsirUM, on New 
Year a eve. 


FIRST CLASS 
FROM AUSTRALIA 1 




Se>u^ PEEK FREAN*S 


; iKitiiH 

Ihonoukas 


^Jl^U4tJuU S 7U^ 


WINES AND BRANDY 


Finest creamery butter gives Peek 
Frean’s SHORTCAKE a rich satisfying 
flavour which makes it • 
favourite with old and young. 
Serve it with a cup of tea 
BHiRv. 0 f coffee, with a glass of 

• goea tippiy aa year 

^ pti^try shttf. 


Emu 999 Tawny Port j 

Specially matured and 
blended, this distinquiahed 
dessert wine has won 
4 Intemotional Gold 
Medal Awards. It is 
vintoged from the juice of 
ooreluUy selected ripe 
gropee. When al vintage 
time the correct degree 
of sweetness is reached, 
it is fortified with pure 
brondy. Years of maturing 
give it that distinctive 
flavour which delights the 
connoisse or : ' 


SborUMkt laktt oa ti>4 holiday took whom 
iopped uith camditd Jrmit, candioi or 
eolomnd tfimg. 


• OZ. 

PACKET 


IF YOU PREFER A 
MUSCAT FLAVOUR^ 
WE SUGGEST 
EMU 444 WHITE PORT 


T»aaa Mvk Saa'd. 

Twrs xbvtmsB-trwT m ticrr publishio ot DtsPLATtn ft THf uouot 

COKTtOl. SOMtD Of THI OOVPMMPfT Of SKTISH COIUMFI*. 


^(«1VE Peek Frean'a f niorful Presentation TINR 
for fTirUtmaa Pre*«iU — Wki to M.SD 


INSTANT SANKA 

IS hearty, robusreoffee. 

Drink as much as you like, as 
late as you like it permiti 
the restful sleep that keeps 
nerves steady all day. 


ra\ k tfkrv towki> 

pgrth.i* I«wi A 

OoM q,«Ui» M'h •!»« h.ft* U 

Four low prirea; Sl.kS. •1.49. and 

TfMU-S— NKW 

r.i horn# Of •ork.fiop AnoirtM 

pr,«fnu H.eU4«» plirr* mM 

ru'i.ri Ov.iM nipCffi OI» /I 

eopinj et«««.ol •r»nth J 

•n4 «ii»r monV oih^r* ..rh 

SI.KKPING BAGS— NKW 

n#<» fou )l fhoo»» iTom * | 0«1 fw fhiW 

xlUiU onoib*f jvnuin* C.pu .1 Mf'n* lor y«i . 
um« lor Cbruuno cO'ot 

ill CMipn wr»f liBint •'ll> eoMon moof • 

linint pool miM ir uppvf .ppfO* 

U (TI ' TiirA 

111 Mtlno fO»rrt<l •nol 0'»*^ • 

r«ifcf»*r ,foun.l«h.*l IP* *»PP0f »">• •PW'IOP 
TT »U X.rh 

111 OP lop ot ih* f^wlmr -CpU.' 

lltn* n«|i .to «UII lMr»h*r rMHK»rt W*r«lj 

f ront ••'»r-r.pr»rnl trfTl«n» PUn 

o.ni Unln* ivMiot troun 0 «hr«» .na 
c.nopv nul^MU nrion o«Wf •o»l* i®* * ^ 

• :i tnupil fH*l»»r a*** opro VI *tl 1 


Prnkionrrti to Hold 

ChrintmoM Hintu^r 

Annual Chrlatmn.* dinner nf 
Vlctnrn Aged Pensioners No. 
1. vkiU be held <ii p.m. today 
In the parish hall of St John's 
Church Artmisiion will he by 
memhen»hlp card or rperiaJ 
InvltAlion. 


Instant Sanka is all pure 
coffee . . . magnificent cofiee 
yet 97% caffein^free. 


(’HRISTMAS TKKK HOl.DKRS 


sM nil 11*0 sfinuisBis psrn 

Minutvf* Anim.l air® S.U '‘'''I** 

ti,ur»» .Mra.in^lv P©**>i 70 c. 0 «v. «»# 

•-etfr# apw# a#f» t« .urMti*. •noa ••ii «*pu»*i 

C»fn»f Um»«l ***k . *" ia*»< »h*lf f.f 

nrn.m.nl* »»« X.rl* 

I i.IlT ivmWff* l« Iwt 

.t.nr1M M>nr. AU In fiO Voi** Wl aX.Mt 

MI RH AL POWDER IM»\F55. *3^^ 

Six different tunes to rhnone from, each w 
ri.%NTFR.S Copper or hraM plated 
j4'x4'“x3" SS.RO T’xV'xT’ •.‘1.80 

Fla.hllghU. preforuaed. complete with 3 hat- 
terle*. each - 

T ^iW ^ at a fraction of 
W I 9 their original coal. 

apof.kr a*.iiM FkWHM n*tf» .oa *00 «■ *»itK 

.•ch 

ih. tamv a.mi.fT. 

(rwp pai. Miatil J..IM fvb0.r B.th 

n*r ■■li» ..a Mi.r* »P<*"e* M 

Inll.tM f.rn •»* *• 

n.dW C*in«tfvrU<»« T«a-M«a-ih.» »•*<» t^. 

Mi(ln* .no •••!■ ***M) a•r^ 

• Plx.it AlKlMt W»*<>P K»»h 


You Alt' be *%»Y from 
your plant or nth<e hut 
•till in ronatant rontart 
by modem inebile radio* 
lelephooe. 

Doctort. •aleatnen, 
ijflivery men and olbera 
«hoM> work takw them 
•«ay from their offirea 
have proven that thia 
Menilal o>mmnniration 
er*'*m paya for Uwlf la 
Mme and milMCe Mved. 
.rflnenry, new mn- 
new efooomy 
(H* r'eira with a mnlitie 
f»di^#t*pkooe IB your 
Nt •rx'-X 

F^e f.,ll infArmillon. 
flAr 

f»..fede VtAAffUVW. (*U 


INSTANT SANKA-MAGNinCtNT COfftt-ltTS YOU SLttP 

A Product of Gfmoi Foodi, Urniiod 


C HOOSE mOM m NDREDS MORE 


CAPITAL SUPPLY 


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1 



•■llg 4el^W.' Vk*wi* 
Tk<ir»^«T, Pm. It. 1«9I 


misers 


was commeniH. Don’t bolhrr bolsiered by two other youth*, 
party about them, th^ re Just a retuinrd downtown. 

23. butich of punk*’." -We knew they would cel 

In the M»m Innes *aid McDermott us one al a time because we d 
found than giahhed Mia* Halchurk's heard about their repulalion.’’ 
Itatr and Mis* Halchuck in turn Fiiwird Champagne. 20. told 
1 Mim giatibtii hi*. the court. ’’When you expect 

nd an After ihe group of youth* trouble, yo^u don't wait." 
houJM- was ordered from the restaur The four clashed later with 
mg of ant one of them »a»d to 10 youth*. Including the five 
a rest O'Leary In passing, "you re accused. A police constable 
•d was dead. man. dead. * she told the happened on the scene and di* 


ahovlng. 


Ttts advertisement U not published or displa>-ed by I ho Uquor Control Board or 
by the Government of British Columbia. 


HI* raquesl: a punching 


blood'' from a ehest wound. 


’Twas The Week 

Before 

Christmas 




INDEPENDENT 


I; 'Twas a week before Christmas and all over 

^ Mothers arc sirivlng to make Ihetr money go _ I ' 

li With gifts still tn buy and the last payday here, I 

^ Oh. how could she get those things she holds > W ^ i 

^ For Jane there's a doll and lor Bill a sofi hear, M t 

^ And Father a top<t>ai that hell never wear. # 

^ There's Grandma and Orandpa, the must not a 

^ Aunts, f.’ncle* and Cousin*, oh my, what • fret. V 

M Then out on the sidewalk a bieyrle rrraked. I 

^ It must he the newsboy, she thought as *he \ 

it Mother sprang to her feet and ran to the door, 

^ She knew at the moment what she's looking lor. 

fi She thumbed thspugh the paper ittl her eyes I 

^ The grocery advert on Low Coal, the stores of OH V r. How Can I 

lA f>ch Item she rhe«ked lor value and price. A m.tt _i ml 

^ Oh m>. see such savings— say. isn't this nice. |U|w tjfv A|fn|*ft l||l 

?I Now all things she want* are within her grasp. iTl I / '**^1 *'■ ' ^ 

}r Turkey dinner with trimming she ll sure hsve 

si This miracle appeared when things sdrely I lICSw * 

f? looked lost. 

#7 Because now alt her groceries are bought at 
ji LOW COST. 

I LOW COST MARKET OF THE WEEK 

{! WILl^O-WAY LOW COST SI PER M.\RKET 

W Sian Trent lives at 1897 San Juan Avenue with hi* wile Margaret and two children, 

Ruasell, eleven, and Karen, one year. 

M Sian's hobble* are fishing and flying He was a member of the R.C.A.F Reserve, 
f‘ Chipmonk Branch, till ii was disbanded last year. 

M Stan has heendn the grocery husines* in Viclorla for 11 year* and has been in hi» 
present Super Market at 2579 Cadboro Bay Road for three year*, which boasis of 
7^ a meat and produce department de luxe. 

For convenient shopping in a happy atmosphere. >iop and shop with Stan Trent 
and "George Slater, where there is always a welcome smile 


Local eviscerated birds, “Grade A 


Whole or I 3 S, Cryovac wrapped ' IIJ. 


Pffts. Com &nd Mixed VrRetabW'S 
12-ox. pUo — MU ‘em or match ’em 


SUB Tl*B( •( 

KIIL-O-MSS tow 
co«T roon Msasi'T 

U1* l«4S*r« Bb7 SS- 


I CHRISTMAS BAKING SUPPLIES 

^ Cut Mixed OQcJ? Glace OCc 

Fruit, fclJ Cherries , WU 

I Cut Mixed 1 QC Australian di;c 

?r Peel . n. ■ ^ i? Sultanas 


12-ox. rings, Crj'ovM 


I'^ch 


PERSONAL IVORY 


MANNING’S BISCUITS 


4 bars <wtth VMX sponge) 


Martin's. X lbs. 


Variety 

Creams 

A Christmas Trrat 
Per pkR. 


Holiday 

Assortment 


Giant si: 


^ Nabob 

I" 




Medium site 


When you have one for the mad. make It coffee 


36^ f Swlffs 


r r.lant • O Lance 

JJ Kxira mild, kind to your hand* 


Sweet, crisp, Okanagan CEE RED DELICIOUS 


Priced low for your Christmas baking 


V: Aylmer 
M I 


A perfect Christmas treat Junior Box, approx. 18 Ibs- 

Theise Sweet Potatoes are grown In 
Atwater. Callf^ *r« the 
vFev obtainable. 


IS-ox,— A light, taaty deaaect for your holiday meal* m I Wl 

CHRISTMAS CANDY CANES 

Ideal for Christmas Stockings and Tree Decorations 


Florida Indian River, white, 4S size. 6-Count Poly has 


fl 51-gauge, I.Vdenier, Kirat quality 

ROSS 

tSM MactaOr 84rve4 

RLSK’S 

ni4 Dmiglae Mrc«4 

SIMMONS’ 

Ml rnUgftower Road 

M ELLBl RN*S 

laMI Pandorm Avrmir 

MESTAWAY’S BERRY’S 

May Quadra BtreH Mewe y nwaw Bay. 


BRirNING’S 

Yooboa. B.C. 

CARLIN’S 

Boluilah. B.C 

DON’S 

Mr«*rMo fake, B-C. 

HAYES 

l>uiiran. B.r. 

ROBERTSON’S 

nsraiMiMW. 9JC. 


MTIX-O-WAY 

an Cadborm Bay Boa4 

GORDON’S 

■earoa DiiTe— Aldney 11 

RAY’S 

Kookr Road— Aooke t7 

A A B 

C'«>4ar mglnray 


RIGHT TO 
IJMIT 
RE.SEBVRD 


LEWS’ 

tM7 Foul Bay Road 

LYLE’S 

LK7 Fairfield Road 

PRICE’S 

714 frotdalream Knad 
l.angford— GB X1I44 

PRINGLE’S 

lass MrKae 

REID'S 

Cain nod Corners 


Prices 
Effective! 
Thurso, FrI. 
and Sat. 


COLLINS’ 

U Mmroa W4ree4 









32 Salln CColonliil B C^Tkari^ D*c. IS. l»S« 


Garden Notes 


•tn-ACiMtHTf f r 


East Welcomes Holly 


ffFICTIVI IMMfOIATELY] 


^•Atse TMt 
fkAuKU Wl NtfO A 

COuasf ’ 
AFT|R CO* 9*0 
^V»OOT VfeST|«OAV 


159'M MISSiUMAN CROl/P 
Will PtE*At{ FOI AIR 
EMSARKATION TO UO 
SANDS. 

BY ORDER OF 
MAJOR MASTERS 
staff OFFICER-FROJEa 
SPACE WHEEL 


Muk*" »ip ■ t»Mkful o! ih* hoimon# 
II ...: :nbeniiK In mU U UVi«* 
t.me- MS a*- diicrtio:;* on 

(iir *PH«* 

ol hoUy »n >»'•• Huirt -••-sh II mound 
A tnl. ■ Hri 11 out 4n<l Ah«ke ol( 
»).. nioHitutc. 

Pmi k Ihr " w}..!!* Hi* ' »:• •*'ll 


By M. V. CHEJiMT. FRHK 

About IS yeATs ago. my Moployora 
trans(Fir«d mt tor a two-year period 
of duty In HamUion. Ont. I don't »up- 
pose anyone really likei leaving Vic- 
toria, and on OiXHMiona I caught my 
wife muttering '*Otd maasa's done bin 
aold down de river,” but actually we 
enjoyed our ata. In the eastern (ii>. 


welmmp |j,an a box of holly, 

pieferiMy fiom >our own tree, or 
failwif ihai. throuch a local fu-iisi. 


1 na>e jour own holl* iiees 
|j'->d idr.; to make sure the 
le r.eAo belfue you alari cut- 
11 mud -pMsitrd or du»t>. 
e Uee a irlu->lm,g howrr 






OfcrTWttTHPOoflW 1 r atfTWmAT%TjMA**A«feUN61Mia00C» 


ID HAVE EtAlE 

ATtUEPWATt iSTHEOMCtWAyOl 
(MiW mUtOV: 


TMEPH0NIAXAH9' WO«V 
H| WAHT WdH AAOUTtr, 
•lAZE^ tX-' 


iium joul JO ui . ii I . •. in 

length. ni<iki,’:g <.urr ea.-ii •-niig hr- a 
nii-e bunch of her;:, on It, * 

If 'Oil IlfiVr 'nlir ittU'tH f.4ie- 

fullv 10 arrive only a few da- - bcloie 
«:‘h. -ima« If *hftiild arrive In herii.M 
full;, frrnh condition, but the beuica 
won t alas on long in a Momhratod 

apni! U' \oii g|\p ihf fcpnr 

a hm-mniM- .u.. T 

iii‘» on hut ti,^ tte, 111110111 

is ‘.i.t j.;,- : dunking r:.. 

The ,il M'flulion l"* :;,o 

hormone ir-vl hy fruit grower* to 
keep appo - and finrri frilhr g 

prematiifM\ hu' for ; ho|:\. nu\ 
if up at three ti=-io* the normal 
aljer. -th. T*h. :e .;ie vvoi.il - : Jm. ;.- 

aratinr ot’ II..: m;;=ket .. j u-e 

1» Fiyjiione. which '«-Mh for 25 cent* 
for a b|p enoiig»i p^. : to take C’^'p 


paiATl ID AH feMfi AggAMiMe 
OUasnONft. WTHS'SworHM^ 


vtt the 

h in ^.hipmcuf 


oppreaAive. but agalnat thta we had 
our Dll of pub<rawltng the night 
cluba of Buffalo and Niagara Falls 
and we gol a terrific kick out of tiie 
heaWly laden peach tree m the back- 
yard of our rented home and the fam- 
tastic gi-owth of bur tomatoes and 
corn. The thing that alick* In tn> 
memory, though. Is the Joy we h.id 
from boxes of Chrialmns hnll\ erni 
lo ua by friends hack home in Me- 
lorla. 

We were the envy of all our Christ- 
ma* visitors, for there was no com- 
parison between our glistening 
hoUy, sparkling with plump ■•uicr 
beriie^ and the tired, dehjdraied 
stuff sold in the local aiores It ><ni 
have friend* or relatives in the east 
then. I can vouch from personai ex- 
ppiience that theie can be no nuue 


. , t-; it 5 'n * up ilic hiilly 
u,:»it n.ciie p!.-- m« b.igs 1 . 
•n. k.ng into caiioim but ma;-e 
tlie pi.rkly IC.s- -- dent pu 'h 
in il;e pla*l»c riming the flUi ig. 
p In \oi.r fi^.ids by the tas’est 
^ie WH) 1 ihtiiK It is worthwhile 
V the exiM for air c%;:ie«.s or 

• '!•! I \ i\y» I I ' sriifl H poi. :li 

ll\ t I I•<■v1 10 Qiicuec 

I , i sjii •. *..i rent* to 

T!!i.j t: . Tu j^a-kalrhcwan 


YCXIftC JUST NtOvOUS, 

OAiGVMOCX) -TH/M- I — ’ 

WASATTOJfl * 
wivES-'a-/ M 
jyST SAW ^ 

A mipacE Mk*S 7^ 


icmiifi Worhl 


By Jo/iii Croshy 


Charles Chapm. the city editor of 
the old Evening World, while await 
ing UlaJ lor tne murder of hi* . 
used to call In the Evening W 
porters and rai^ caln w lih ih.-rr. 
the wa. they weie rn-.. : ing ih. 
eey ^ " 

week in a new>papei less New V-.-iK. 
Im ready to believe It 

When you base *f»ent a week In a 
town wiihout newspaper.*, the hun£- . 
fnr news geia fairly ravenou*. hut not 
for news Imm Syria. It's nev- - about 
>our own little ral laie, o* Iv orew 
aionally known a* the newspaper 
dodge, you want. We were hoirlb’y 
dependent on radio and television for 


news of our chances tu c>-‘ bat k lo 
woik. 


4MUA— youare 
M cr A wOMAk) — 
VOUARKA-A 
FtocmuATiou! 


Ah T 10 Vino THE TIMS 
WHEW I AM Wer TgiuwiUG ? 
Wi.LT EC 6 yOU,..OrrSW? 


YOOKAVS TWOueMTOE 
evtRVTHlMb, AMiiA . 
^.Exetfn.- ^ 


wiu.ee 

ROf-^SD AT eveRV 
6*rtAAx:s TO iMCucc 
eeivACY, n'Chola* ' 


T^r.vAWr-A'/AftXS 
SOUNDS O^rtffUMPM 
COME PDOM GOOCNS 


YOU VE GOT ) TMAMKYOU 
‘ A*fCft£ \ WN ftCrV- 
Yicous brain I> and 
> THAN H now-get 

NONSTER rvi ON XITH 
EVER CREATED, V TMtdOB!? 
, BOSSf.^^tr-^, 


f \ rrsTHE ) 

, / MOST S 
. FIENDISH 
^ ipeAiNfc / 
EVER < 

: meard-1 


TO DESTROY 
Li'L ABNER, 

AND GET , 

HiS W'tDCM 
FOR YOUR 


AND THAfT, GOOCH 
16 MOW YOU CAN 
USE THE FAMTASi’lC 
iNFUJENCE OTTwE 
•fearless F05CHCX’ 
t-v STRIP— ^ — 


Bv Slu'ilalt Graliam 


Hollywood Today 


I HE'S * 

.5«uP^g' 

iHSfiRn 

AGAIN*' 




OWN 


Jeffrey JCuiiler was In l.on' 


>IOU.Y\VOOD fNA.NAi — r.eoe 
Autry's Flying A rroduciiotis is goicg 
Into the making of fulMengtli moue-, 
with iTene produiinc" lii^ fn • 

' Cuban F>«Hpade," .*tais Latin h»-.- 
FAIellta and (lene’s rodeo rnmr*"-i- 
Horses and picture* hs'e been good 10 
Autr>-. who i* woiih JJO.OlX’v:**'. give 
or take a million. 


IMe” he met a > . 'e wl,' d 

bee*- tr ■ In get in A ■ < • • -1 fot IfJ 

\eaia hut could nevfi fiod „^ixnna to 
*1*..;, -.-r them. Jeffjrv w !•' ' iMe 
ie--I>''f''!b>l;l\ The l'nu|>le Siii-ed 
•mm (ngUnd ihi* wi.!. aid will ' 'ap 
houat for Jeff and hi' bride, l>u*ty. 


ooc. -cyMt fior « 

Hk\ mV ' ACgfWU 
1.AVS Mf K<U£P * 
a»orM*»3 Mseofita , 
•C TmI IC^ , ; 1 


• 14 «9#I4 
¥kKl n.90Cf 


CAi. CffV U05*1V./ 
•Tt_ T-tV 1 WWVT 
AS AWBOVAH^ 

um m OMrf ’ m 


gift to hr- 
I IS in .lamiary and 
‘ wardrnhe. Nina 
arhe**e* ha* ap- 

U tmv-.-. |,n li e 
-■-'I of them wcie 


■oh Mslhlaa, who turned down iha 
rhanre to pla> T»i7an on the *. - ee- 
ls teaming with Keenan Hynn for a 
television senes. 


Ic f*::prenlly 
' w wifh 


l.flmond O'Rrlen. 


Itiihard Ha«ehar1 


Melro having bought -iweet Bird 
of Youth" the play in whuh Paul 


Fva Marie 


WinniiiE Contract 


BRtm;r: Qt IZ 'm.pen the bidding hut a 

To re*pond freely, or not to ’ 

re«pond fieely. that Is todav’a dangn—i R.«' i 'i 

tp- Uh'ti. sure lo reircmi’er •''•* -■•rE-l'-* un a f. m ■ < 

that, if you bid a new r-it. 

partner ha.s to bid again. ‘ ■• •1 *" 

U III. I 'll.,- !' *X - -'e 

fvnfib F*»4 Aoalb Re#* two lif.in' w.-;; a d<--*i*if- 

1 9 S 9 t tiump 

■ 'niree ri, , 'i lie lrx<t 

Vbal •rtloo ahoild ^tk tako of the eii.i, e;ut mane* f 
with eaeh ol the foilowtag a- a mMe «af.-, Y* -- m 

■•'111 na headed Mr n.-.ijMte i 
the hi. * . f- ■ . - i i,i p 1 


IVITNIN A 5M0RT 
TWE WS MAY BC AAlF 
TDRFSWMATECFeCT- 
IFAWT-TtOF iNjaCT O'- 
Wia HAVEl 


i (.'«ryNAT,'LVA CAWCeU CL 
AP(ONfVFNn mA8CL£i 
r. '.'A- TIMCFOA',.. 4 
, A'YPfAX.. NCC/VVHATl * 
' AM ABOUT Ti:/ PO IS VT »y 
• -tPtF-MF*f LYTO'NJFc T 
W A'^-iJtUTir.NOFSCOiUM 
^ PtNTOTWAL INTO “JA 
iT- k-'^?‘.rafA-' 


A K S72 A w 104 52 ^ ' u 

9 A J 9 J A • . vx !. ■ 

D 7 I 0 7 5 -I* .-^ d t‘ . I . 

♦ QJ 1042 *gjl0 4 2 .»-a, :ci- , 

I5f-«-\e A C- Wun 
ANHM'KRA TO iRll><;r gt 1/ Ing a munirtiMii .- 
<a » Two hearts. A sound tree liig ihn »rk 
rai-»e. If partner bids a,:aln. scouiiriasler Wa 
put him In game. nour,i-:i he i' F 

I'b' Pass. This la an rx IcM-ir :.ip h ‘ 
iremely controversial *iii*iii..*n dr»-prj :•.* =,e<-<t nf 
a* partner may nol be able in rr-^ ''-i -*<'• 


1 WONT BOB£ YUl » WffW TMS 
P ATM*: a. COM PLICATf 0 gClE tlCE 
0FTH'5 5T6P, BUTlFWEtfe . 

g SUZ.->‘9if=Ul. .. 


BAtt|*n4fR0. 

PfCAYf N RACK 

0* Ttaf nifFfftFfCT 

MO CaCtMi TW| ^ 

ARUTfVf AFOa > 

V turns omi J 


rfeR|>4e 
fT5 MORI , 


-%<AtY 

AMUR/ 


Win Thanks 


Put an opan box of 
Wriglay's Spearmint Gum 
under the tree 

Let family and friends help them- 
•elvea to this whole.«ome. aaltkfving 
treat. Everyone likes it, and it'i ao 
inefpenaive. Put tieveral boaaa under 
your tree or around the hni!-:^ Ihey'U 

appraciate your thoughtfuineea. 

A»iei Wng/fy'$ Sppormini Oum amtw Pi 
AngA/ CNutmtM eoi«or$- rmt pnd grppn on 
wintp 


Tnt WgrTlMU on T>* 
ewc« 5frvs TO co 

W TH INTfeoWT.Hc* 

MtA*'l»FWCAT5 C0 

. »AeA-r*r'fTi 
k P.gAViC. 


' PfCf\t sna A Yf S. CO TOO 50FPD5C 
• AarrsT / Th 5 DOCTOR PFAT.nt 
F*»CV:T fO / leAfAHAT*' -"F 
- Tr \ «U9JPCT MOLfC'l TO 

^ ^ lOr - €CT 


v:?ALD 


m 


ment ol 


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cTitttgujn 


riAsilSTl 
■' TERMS'-^ 
^nTbyt^ 


*a'>T'9uv 




of Roval Portraits 


Balln Cofmitirt Vkl»m. EC.. n®M.. 0*e. 18, 1?58 33 


Swim 

Cut 

Short 


Good Taste First 


u THE 

^.who came a Ibpueaod 
mtlee to kill ■oroeooe 
he’d never ereni 


h#» «i<id be not be tnr rommen i 

for three *'»■ in*-«rporatPrt 

line In Isle lll,l.n o\KR 

i *rih»i a«B« P't*fnU 

TAMfBKI.I.v 

, Priit.«* i.f Ot»fc lUfir** 

P I rimv* 01 
.P 4nne may 


OTTAWA iCPJ Jiule» *nv Souvr 
erninc u*e of royal portraiti fore t 
or in'^ipnia f»»r next summer'^ monihs 
vi'U hv the Queen ami [■'rtne-e fi 

Thtlip were announced >e«ier July 
day hy the stale serrelary's de- Forlr 
portmeni Wales 1 


HOFF. 'IT I V'roR man 
Lkuiic LourmaU. still Uci-d and 
groplty fiom an epk- bailie 
with bulling Hen's Oate Tue^ 
day. swam only Ilf miles down 


itUH) a«r 


iver Weclre«lav, 


It was one of the -iiiirteat 
trips In his 13 days of swim 
ming tiOO miles frum Piince 
Georpe to Vancouver, which 
he h«i>en in reach by Saturdny- 

Ixiurmats speni liiile more 
than two hours in the w^irr 
Wednesilay but his swim in- 
cluded Saddle Rnch rapirt.s 
wiiere he had ii» fight lo avoid 
sImi'P rcu’hs , 

He had hen scheduled to inm- 
iliiue Uirnugh Haiileship Rock 
r.i|'ids as lough a» Saddle 
Itn. k hill jiisi didn't have the 
>irengih to conimue. 


ham Palace, portraits of the 
Qui^en and the prince. ii>e 
RuVrtl Arrrui, the Royal Crowm 
and Ihe Arms of Canada may 
l»e repMduced in souvenirs, 
decoration schemes or displays 
! .'c»nf«*rmiMp lo good ta'ie and 
liee from advertising, other 
Ihen the name of ihr firm. 

The dlspU>' iiutM ,’ive some 
tndiiaiion lhal 11 u linkr<l with 
the Visit, such as ''Rnynl Visit 
I RWh and there must he no 
implirallon that the sponsor 
I lug I ompany has received royal 
icr goNcnimeni patronage 


Our Vines Have 
Tender Grapes” 


HtUklOt *.>!> Uisoas 


OF.THE yEAK. 


ackrunf Sdati 

U Bi 

r»«r •' Her Ml 
Jrni'io 

Th* w<*«T ;• 
PkCKO'l CMtII : 
'iOfi lo»r T 
becautr il 


Bucch 


ncTixMia iiiisiat 
NOW Onn FRIDAY AND 
SATURDAY ONLY 


Pretty, Eiilerlainiii" Pilot 

HiRh-flyins J(«n Fairfax. Toronto T\* star, now fills 
her cnierlainmfnl ongaRcmenl.s by air. pilutinR hr»r 
own plane. She has just complelerl dunl-enRine 
irainine which enlitle.x her to fly her own 190- 


.JI 

AT 1 O 

•*Flre Down Below" 

MI14 nsthmmm none nr 
MIK III M JSC a u M«IC>\ 


OMr* « M 


/ f' w' '“^22ir®^'^'^-^000OO0O 

' ^ «»hN J 18 

i there 8 NO **^8 

SIKE 8 

f SMOW business? 

< o 

cooooco C- 8, otiu^iacGoooi 

J^thfl I)«o.ij ()•( „„„or 

'bifi f;*,„or 

Johnme R., |)„ 

//y Hulk O 


lion and cliirily. keeping a 
witndciful balance iictwrcn 


Chiistmas" lo the ’ H-dlclU’ 
Jail cluuss*- 

Srimi'timcs me iMhi-fefrr 
siniphuly of Chiisima.s f4rcil.t 
gave way hffoM* uiUlcate 
I'c'inposdiicn but not too 

0(tl-M 

The fcill choir pei formed ex 
celJc-ntly With welcome dcfirii 


By BKKT BI^NY 

If ,1 . . I »i r d., ..Jed to "^r.‘ r 
any Victoria musical piogram 
mtfi Hii InstHuiiuu c‘ai''lh trt 
the (‘aridlelighl would l»e one 
of the etroMgesl cantlldaies 
for the hoimi 
The IHh annual presenta 
turn look place lavt night In a 
bc.»uMlull) di'icirnierl Firrt 
I lUird Church. Kvery av.ii. 
aide nckci was <iold fnr ,i day 
or mole hc-lore the perform- 
ancf 

B soi.oi.sTs 

Musical duecior* were Mr 


I iiitiMit'i»'>‘i‘ iht'- (niigiam 
mahi’s an irnmcii-c mnirihu 
non to ihe enjoyment of 
Christmas It ih not easy 10 
thmk of anything else that 
roul'l be anked of it 


1959 

Fairbanks - Morse 
2V’ CONSOLE TV 


Mot¥0ft89h 

CAPITOL - ROYAL - DOMINION 




Rohe! 


a< companl.st wa» Mr Malcolm 
Hamtlion Thcic were no 
fewer than 12 soloisi>. 

Tliese were I'aul Wharf 
Marjuiie Nnrhury. Patricia 
Wicks. Dianne Mallhew*. l^is 
Fr.ivci Floyd Hall, Lorna 
(:nffiih}i Allan Husband. 
Soma Tesluk. Barry Wharf. 
Shirley Main and Alice Wad- 
dell. 

RFAI. r.KM.S 

All an* most acceptable 
Singers lechnlcally hui dls 
tiiH'lion exivis between ilio.se 
wlio king to the audience and 
those who merely aing for if. 
The former are the real gem*. 

The program wa.s pleasant- 
ly varierl, r.snping from su»h 
as "The Twelve Pays of 


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COMBINATION OFFER 


BKAI'SE-IOim. Man iCPl 
Pr. Joseph Slogan was tailed 
to the telephone at Pmgre.vuve 
Conservative head quarter* 
here Mon<Uy night after win- 
ning Uie federal hyeleclion In 
.‘'piingfield II was long-di.s- 
tance. 

‘•Heno.” satrt the Winnipeg 
dentist, who bad campaigned 
ns "Primf .Minister Diffen- 
baker's personal candidate " 

"Hello,' Mid the voice at the 
other end. 

A pau'.e 

I "Don I you recognire my 
' volt e' " a.skerl Ihe caller. "It » 
John ■* 

John who"" a<.ked Dr. 
Slogan. 

Ml piefeni»aker Identified 
him*.e|f 


ViM'uiiin Cleaner 
Klo*)r Fnllsher 


ROTH FOK 
O.M V 


EltNN FORD ' 
ERNFSI BORDNINE 

mpm m 


HOSTESS CHAIRS 


CEDAR CHESTS 


ClhCM*ICOntWH'’e- 


HiKgt'sl Mzr . . . 
bnaiilifii! Frier- 
Mott of ro\gr=; and 
colors. 


I-irge size, 
lined with red 
eeda' W..' 
nr -iOd 
mahojfiiny. 


OlHfRARA '^63^ 

Thin advertisrmertf Ik nol published or di.splaycd by 
the Uquor Control Board or by the Government of 
British Columbia. 


Bl<; IM)l >TRY 

Britain s automotive tnduk 
try . Including motorcyrle.s. em- 
ployed 321 niVi Workers m May, 
I'CiB 


01 her 
Hostess 
( hairs 
to $Mft.R8 


fiAc till 2 p.m. 
rhildren 20c till S p m. 
STARTS 


$even-T*Kitchen 

CHINESE FOOD 


APPLICANTS 

FOR A Wl 

COLONIST 

ROUTES 


TODAY 


Beautiful 

TABLE 

LAMPS 


STARTS TODAY 


USED CAR? 
MORRISON 


Towering above 
the skyline-an 
indestructible 
creature whose 
eyes rain death 
and destruction! 

«l I •« I -n « *1 A.SI 


t>Hlklllg fxt' 

lam; ttia' 
aie iIiMcicmI’ 
lbC|: 

In kre 

our r>i|lviH'id 
• ■■i cnilrv Unn 


Complete with 
Shade. 

Reg;ular flft.-Vl 


Tf )ou are \2 yearn of aRc or over, and would 
like a profitable part time busmcKS. APPLY at 
the Colonist Ctrrulation rvpartmrnt nl 2631 
DourIak Street and have your name placed on 
our 1950 list for NEW APPLICANT CARRIERS. 


NEW YEAR’S EVE 
DANCE 


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ChiiiMe Food! 
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DOMINION SftD HOUSi 


Nuclear 


1 Students Admit Smoking 


Did null 


THIRSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1958 


VUrrOKIA, BKITISH COLl MBIA 


Dashed 


Groiviiifi Rod PoH'or Stressed 


they MW two older boys smok- 
ing in ihe siairwell scarcely 
10 minutes before the fire look 
possession of the school 
'rhe boys said one of the 
smokers dipped his homing 


stairwell at Our Lady of me 
Angels School 

However, Kehoe said, none 
of the siud^is qgeslioned 
would admit sneaking cigateU 
in the basement slairwell on 


rHU*A«> lUPH - Polhv 
disclosed Wednesday that 21 
students have admitted »niok 
ing agarets In a school stair- 
well where a fire which kiUetl 


GENEVA tlTIi - The 
United States, Britain and 
Ru&sia agreed yesterday to 
create a seven-nation commia* 


92 children and nuna la be 


a interruitlonal 


rew 


ous lire. 

Kehoe had earlier revealed 
that two of the fire s aurvlvora. 
boys aged 9 and 10. told police 


Polics Hgi. James Kehoe 
! said another 85 aludenfs told 
• investigators they saw ruo- 
i bish and debris piled in the 


The other hoy threw his cig- 
aret into a bucket and the 
younger boys stamped it out 
when he left. Kehoe said. 

PolKV Insist that the fire 
started in debris piled in the 
stairwell, probably when a stu- 
dent threw a eigsrrl butt into 
the stacks of paper and card- 
board cartona 


nuclear test ban. 

But Russia moved Immedi* 
airly to hamstring the working 
policy of the body with a 
unanimity voting rule among 
the three nuclear powers. This 
would give the three a bulil-in 
veto over such Key questions 
S.S dlipatch of Investigating 
I teams to the site of a suspected 
I nuclear explosion. 

Western sources termed the 
.Soviet demand. In »s present 
form unacceptable. They said 
the demand was contained in 
a proposed Soviet treaty article 
.submitted by Russian chief 
delegate Semyon K. Tsarapkm 
at a three -hour session of 
the three-nation nuclear con- 
fpremv. 

The sources said the commla- 
.Sion would consul of the Ihiee 
nuclear powers — - Rus-sia, Brit- 
ain and ihe United States as 
permanent members plus four 
other countries elected by all 
member nations of an eventual 
I r e a t y prohibiting nuclear 
te-iis. 

The amendment reflected 
Ru.«s!a> demand for a unanlnv 
ity or vev» hound voting sys- 
tem on all matters of subaianca 
in the commission. 


Everybody wants a 

BULOVA 


PARIS (Rpulers)— The 15 members of the Nonti 
Atlantic Treaty Organization aRreod Wedn^day to 
step up their contributions to the alliance’s European 
•’shield” to counter what .American leaders dr^ribed as 

the growing threat of Ru;v 

Gen Launa Norsiad, Ameri- 
can t^mmandei in ehipf of 
allied forces in Europe, 
cracked the whip over dolm 
niii-nt members *t Wndnes- 


Canada 

Will Fill 
The Gap 


Same Bylairs 
For Pliirnblnff 


adiied weight to Nnrstad's de 
nmiMls hy warning the m*-- 
isieir and military chiefs that 
the Soviet threat is still gmw-i 
mg and "it is lmp«'rauve that 
our deteireni and deten<*e 
keep pace with these threats.' 

Bl.t'NT WAKNISr. 

McElioy also isaiied a blunt 
wanting to the Soviet bloc, 
repealing President El sen 
hnwer'--. pledge thiil the l’..S. 
would "come at on*e and with 
all appnipriate fortv to the 
assistance of NATO naiiuru 
subjwted In armed attack." 

Omferenn* «nurres said the 

S and Canada were the only 
two countries which had 
escaped accusations of fjiling 
to meet then NATO quotev 


Plumbers from one area of 
dealer Vlctona who are 
called out on joha in other 
areas may find it easier to 
make repairs be»’ause of a 
siandardirBlton of plumbing 
bylaw<« propos'd by E^tqulmaH 
rouncil this week. 


GEN. LAimiS NORSTAD 
. . , cracks whip 


TORONTO (lT*n— Trans- 
Canada Air lines announced 
yesterday that it will put on 
extra flights lietwern New 
York and Tonmlo to take 
care of ChrUtiiias iMtoktngs 
If idkitH of Anterican Air- 
line* go (Hit on strike on Fri- 
day. 

A Hpokesman said this 
( hrlstmas was the **huMte«a 
one in yearn and partly res- 
IKm.sihle was the strike of 
the eantern airline* In the 
I lilted States." 


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rts Pleased 


VANrOUVKR M'pi Sal- 
mon fishery experts expressed 
wuisfae-tion Wednesday with a 
pntivewl SiJl 621.tk)(> plan to 
dam the salm'm hch ITaser 
River .‘V'<tem. 

They said ihe* plan, outlined 
In a re|>ort of the Kra<er River 
th’arrt !*-^t>od Tue-da> m Ot 
trtwa and Virtons. appeared to 
make p.. ;sible Ihe provision of 
eciinomiciil hydro power and 
riiHHl control without 


consiaienlly opposed all plans ' .Senator Tom Reid, chairman 
to dam the Fraaer on grounds of the International Parlfle 
the salmon run would be en Salmon Fisherle*. Commlsalorv 
dangered. welcomed the plan a* "an ap- 

’The reiHirt .said more than panmily happy compromise.’' 
1.330 iXth horsepower Hmld be "l‘m m favor of anything 
generated on the Fraser sys- that can prevent flrH>d.s and 
lem without llleffect to 80 per provide p<»wer without aert- 


htf pe«tuired before 


Fraser 
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Birds Lose Totem 


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W cup granuialad sugar 
7% vs cup Rogar* Qoidan Syrup 

^ iMipoon vanata 

Cook cocoa and wata- over low heat 
until well blended, aumng often. 
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USED APPLIANCE 
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779 Pandora Ave 


6 TOVR 8 AND 

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Tfode*ln Deportment 
636 Broughton St. 

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|» Tour Rati Ouarantai 

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SUGGESTIONS 
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You at* invilrd lo b 
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FOR THE 

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1000 Doualaa 


KENTS LTD 


EATON'S 

Trade-In Department 
636 Broughton St. 


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MARINE CLOCKS 

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BV lUU 


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New ond Used Furniture 

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FROM I 

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779 Pandora EV 2-8932 
BICYCLES t 

Lari* aelacuon of new mivdalt 
ROW ID Junior and regular ' 

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or hand brake aUo 
J'tpeed racint tyfw 
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from 

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Sewing Machines 

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HOT PLATES 

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MUSIC LIMITED 
2 Store* to Serve You 

130 Broad XV l-ll*' 


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for the SEA MINDED 


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a-rti|htawar. terminal iwe'ion. 
ra raiier. unraupler. aw itch- 
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complaia 


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Will Give 
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TERMS 


1950 Ford Troctor 
(No Trade). S595 

1952 Troctor, Mounted 
50" Rotovotor $295 

1952 Troctor, Mounted 
50“ Rotovotor S175 

1957 E M 0 60“ 3-po-nt 
Hitch Rotovotor, $650 

Deorborn 3-pomt 

Hitch Blode $85 


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awiicliman. enginaer. fireman, 
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ratila caille ramp operating 
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pane « ratila rar. bniiar. flat* 
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car hoppar tar. gondola ear. 
rahnOM. powatful road dle.al 
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Some Like New 
Compore Our Prices 


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1013 POHT I V 4 1713 

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XMAS GIFTS 


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decide whether you could 
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♦n this condition If un- 
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Johnson Lcother Goods, 
1121 Douglas, pnd see 
[our new, unconditionolly 


CHROME MARINE DECK 
HARDWARE I.N OUT CkRTASS 
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USED APPLIANCE 
AND FURNITURE 
showriooms 


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9)1 FORT 


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Musicol Instruments! 

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$4 mi.UdAK $695 

$1489 Payment Till 53 Cuaiomltna $399 

February, 1959 5 1 S $395 

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$2295 


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$397 

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$2395 

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^ :::ar ^2395 

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33 .>ar arnirtKian 


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$199 

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1952 CHEVROLET i 
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I Condition $750 

1956 MONARCH * 
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$1499 


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"FIAT" 


58 Winterized i Condition $750 

$1895 USED CARS ,o*;A/MnNAi 3 rH I see the '59 54 

cev, IS 51,45 1956 MONARCH ' „p . p, 

53 "'■r”"" $895 1957 Ford Custom $,995 54 

57 ,'“:'‘J,*:..,'" .. $ 1295 -V 8 Sedan, shining , j, ,Qg 

53 $695 block with white- ^ | I 5 , 

34 ””*'L'?n^ 5395 wolls, rodio, heater. | ^ ^ $395 

c 7 HrajrtiAHD $ 1 09 S ^ 010 ^ TRADES 

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w ;..\995 1956 Dodge Royol Sedon A very 
irrML/imrc... L 95 Sedan, 13,000 miles, Cleon cor ...$1095 54 5,299 _ 

^^v’mmiiAtj. “ one owner, car radio, 1953 PLYMaUTH 53 I 

c-»m'i'"M 4 N liiO'hheoter, automatic Sedon. New cq ford tad»b. Tutaoa aaa#i- 

OZtu '* - - ^ Point $795 lOQQ AO 

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rtZ'm' $395 hrokes, beautiful 1948 PLYMCUTH 51 jq 99 

Fa * X X ‘t l_ 1 5pclnn Exceotion- ,« BnTtEBaKrR -champ B-- xr 


$1487 


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WK HAVE nBBN OFEKRIHO IIM 
MorULR FOR TMr FART 1 


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Tudor. A good 
Buy $395 

1954 FaRD 
Sedon, A very 


$1498 

rv' IFI'h II 

BUY OKB FOB XMAB 

TRADES 

M E R n R V H*" 1 - 4 * 


$1599 

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$689 

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33 Niua 

$799 


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Haxiar tiana't 3 13^-1 

FORD Fairtant Ctiaiam 

$'595 

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illht* luinna traap and ahll* 
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SI 595 COME OUT AND ABE OUB 
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Ctiaiam MARA kRO ELBETWOOD. 

$1595 

And *nma rmid Y *ida 
lart aula- trada-iru at 


Royol Olympic Hotel 

•43 JUH.NSOH FKOHB CV 4 U 


muUTUlWOOO APARTMENTX 
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ip^tlfaan auiia tuDy radarr>raia4. 
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rba ra af ana *r two-pannit, 
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aaila •aalla •••" MB OA !*••• AdUlU 


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Cleon cor ...SlUVj 04 radm. Laalar e 1 QOO 


nr AOTO Radan tailia au'a- 

mi” 


$899 


$395 


sport-tone finish. 

JAMESON MOTORS $2495 

Tin Prnur*'* " Vw- n^nc 

rhnoa «V 4 -«! 4 J 1956 PIvmouth Vo 

Mumai 1*1 lymtif.y Club Serfnn driven 

Aiai HUICMIM ORMMI jcaon, onvcn 


Po'nt 3 ./VD $999 49 

M 8 PLYMaUTH 51 

Sedon. Exception- bti»t*eb4k»h -chan.p na .« 

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pmKinc dnom an •M»''-wad eradlL 


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I $1595 

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blua 

■ $387 

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$349 

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h»a'ar 


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Rental Dept 

Pcn''bcfton Holmes Ltd 
1 002 Govt. St EV 4-81 24 


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FAIRMCLD REALTY. 3 i» Cco* ®l 


FAIRFIELD 

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■ otth f.m ouim OBhURr. Lv r » ; 4 d .U QAK BAY $ 13,0 


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cfprr orpiis cestral un- ‘ 4 Jr 

aat m Aj.ofta’U ml brat » • TO REN* I AC 

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Tn'r-d?/*'*' quet 

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If you like the older 
" character type" 
home with spacious 


836 ISLAND RD. 

OAK BAY 

DE : V* ■ -Mr 

$13,500 

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pri •■••* i.mat 

4.E HA*rr At IlOH' 

EV } 1411 Mr SI P" • OR 7 Jiaa 


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ABOVE LANSDOWNE SWINERTONS 


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$ 11,750 

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HAHMY LFMMOS 8V S J4U 


‘V* aDlUbad :il»' 

.19 8 ROLUHTO.S 8 T EY 1 7111 

DUNCAN AREA 
FAMILY TUDOR 

ttr ■ nii'i a aa r '"'a 1 ' ( 


NEW NHA HAH Ve Y ' Lf" MOS 

CEDAR HILL ker & stephenson 
$2245 DOWN ' 

^ klirr»rr Mg'iip'r l-"."pg Rdfrau 

0 (iVEKNklK.St STREET 


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& Investment Aoenev Lto 

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LARGE HOME TRADE UNSURPASSED VIEWS 


f-i'nar* >a.l b*ini a*i gat. a* 
Mod lair- 

FHORE MRS AD'RtIV EY'a-l.a* 

BE 8 EV . 


FAMILY HOME 


a 1 ba'*! **' 

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Flnaarlai batr** 


141 .MORIOAUU LOANS 


OAK BAY S*U -rOWT.l'*E« 1 MO.'LY lO LOAN 


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kl ii"« bi'h ran.a l.» Pdfi-r .j* »i »u It -«• U <iAi 

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8 EI F'COBTAI'ED I LABilB BM*. R,, a»a *aKf « • '* 

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focn ROO-M^ WITH PF ua Bianarjud M. tV »« 7 T 1 

(rigara'iir ra..**. a.t r.»a ad, 1.9 . j 


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‘ nROL'Sl) ruvruB Rr' rm «*'b «..,,-tai ".me nHia'rd 

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M» a ata Inf 3 l»* ►'♦a' » i .n ona f 1 • r a. :*Jt rv/ ^ rtrtV/tiPnP »••! ? i*ntre 

Riiiighad >n <nr ] P< bathrat and i rnt aa n-.*v *d* a-i a p*»"»w tV 2 - 4 /DO Onyiime F. LL PRt E 


rooms, library, bon- 52 Z 4 D uvj ii.m 7 .rr M^'iin-a i-.'-rg nurrat 

quet room, modern- 513,975 lo* ooversmk.'.t sTREn 

ized cabinet kitchen, j/" ’’c 

ook floors through- CIMANTIAI 
out, ort.stic grounds hUNAINUlAL 

ond in first class con- LTD 

d 1 t ion throughout. ■ ''t *C oa'amromt 81 4 -»i 0 

then you must see ' 

this for yourself and ^ _ , DUPLEX 

then tell me if it is Small Bungalow 

not well worth the FOR ELDERLY COUPLE " •L.lL'ihVi'TT* 

<L*>n onn F- rrsonv* T*’ tl'o M‘h. 1 ' aa .r'hVa;*d A » 

price ot bZU.VUU »■* * 2 'trar.i'm* « .,v.mt»u'» In r* ''."i 

Guy Mcuftcls ** *'^co/nr\ $14 701 


1134 Od'arnmrdt 8t 


DUPLEX 


P' ■" rsoRk* ..'i-f room • "t 
B'* * 2 'trarintr* in- .ir»'> * • 

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n-a’i!" •• a* In baeattir-- Of 


$8600 


frigara'ar ra..i*. a.i i.-" '•«. 
llkf BafJrlt 

soni FOR REHT I 4 J« FOUL 
R*r R ta t atirr • P m 
j I'WJM-* »' 'U .'»OR CkB- 
tral rv 2-3W rathingk. 


INVEST NOW 

Before Prices Go Up 
4 Suites 

Oe Luxe Automotic 


nti.r. arr-. I ra*la .itarr * ' 

rarp«rt S’liuic.ig Pt'.Id >IF 

ar.» aw* »‘l " * 

■ Can i>* arm aojiiia* #7 phonini 


Call Mt Vifian Bat«ha»a. 
tv » «’.l» an'i.Bi* 

GULF ISLAND HOME 


n-a ■ ffM 'I cfd-nnt 
R« Df'RnTHY KIRKPATHU K. 
rv.-ll34 raa Krktint U-X 

VACANT'! 


VACANT 
5*^0 NHA 
MOVE “RIGHT IN 


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Hai rv 2 l.4t 


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Oe Luxe Automotic GULF ISLAND H 

I a* Rnm ir- aaia u| ».a.f Hi-.*.' Ta . . ai... *o 2 *i>rdr(M»m .g.-ra WITH MARINA 
.. , :t uMm« (i, fcitJ imme-Jj. u vtra ai* loafeing Inr an AI in- -.^*-ciq,i »tiC^ 
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' KVM 54 L 34 buur Ph"«* smr* 


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PROrbStOXAL COUFLi D 8 FIRF ,,y ...v, tt a t« 

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LOW DOWN PAYMENT DE LUXE 6 ROOMS BYRON PRICE 

4 I' * iffi a'li'T'U Oiirgai *". ev.eai.afviia n-^.m* 

(Whi dll neat irt'r rt-j-T tn t:u-v« '• ' ' UJ 4 OUA 0 RA STTirrr 

in acrvtvl hedrm Wired f ir firrinc ‘ , * - . i 


M»t rv 3 -Ji >7 annunr 
WKSirriR KOMEfl LTU 


BE INDEPENDENT 
IN 1959 

CITY GROCERY 
HOME ond REVENUE 


rr;Tr»»»» IV $ 3 p m 

1 S 2 HOtSKS TO KK.NT 
n ItMNlIKD 

FtTTmmaT liEAfTim 

I L«,>. rn- fier '« F.r-rt, mar 


la. - ..fu 2 ir«.i»r "•'’a 

AT. APKC1AU2K IX DISrCH’XXA'j A'- 
j.,r <4 es.-'irg m‘-rta«e. a*«l ‘e 
UT"emrnia Turn »va»r* iR'n P* 

cob ~t** F.V 817.2. jnHX BLAtK 

L.’I U Or tai Ru'M^e 

nmvATR vfSttTT.AC.B ft'Xns , 


iprnmM vaitiod *a. f.ar _ 

m . • 111 . mner « . m .u"e 
M.u fir V* T.'L.mri i.'nd '*" 

• ' .. .!■' "unsai w a* H ^ 


f"ji* td vai.edu»ir ^)2 600 tXCUNVE U 5 Tl>C 

for CHRISTMAS -i 

,Tn.» ntaarrn bungiin* i.a* rharmr.- M .*• in -j tr . lovrfy new r,a.ica. , . 
I irr th* pfrrinr :* lii.tahrd Ut ,.,a bafor* ODriMai*. Naiiral .rr- pi 
rta-ora; i»Cm aldini "na »r --*•» Hl.ii tijanr* ar»a Cprn »'»• 

' -rd bn a tr*ei W* Tbr m'etm Latia twin* rnom tir»pi*<e T*n 
nan u **ir;*«n» and f»*rj'mn« hefftoonia .-pirv* i*'.. .vi'rrj 
1 * ,11 an »(nmari*-*i» eandrs'^n fia^ntei rrrt** famne* ci-mra i 
I Ahwau fl( *niran-a ha-l Mfi# Uum* Ai; »ak Hoar. Hal aatrr 
living raam doing raom 1 •bed- ril heal Carport ^1 i rirtCVi 
fijm. Ill nag flnara raoinrt *!*« QV TERMA i'l <UUU 


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$15,900 


living raaoi doing raom 1 'bed- ril heat Carport ^1 i rirtCVi 

111 oag tlnara raoinrt *!*« QV TERMA i' I .UUU 

giuhrn atlh naan, a d . p.'« b*tx- rASELTOV EV . im lt?JU 

m«m aHh t*nii» Part J dtM EXCLOSJVf UflrrTNtJ 

w«a ai'a hnuhtd ruaipj* roam au 

' •* $24,500 -— 


NHA 

$2200 DOWN 
3 BEDROOMS 


II -1 anf rd •aA -e-' 
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Caipan rHtf*E . ' 

With T»r*'i 

phana M J MatiriuM. EV t- 4 ll» 

an.timr I 

SANDOWNE ROAD 


5 TeU.'‘ . o-riir-ki-r sandowne roac 
r. APARTMENT 3 br -hw oil 

.ni ■•••r tom BOKKtItY * "* • . rv... 7 .(ai-B.d ,Mal 'uak* 


NEWSTEAD 

REALTY LTO 


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it :t--n " -ft 1 . ..4 ' 


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ji..,i.e »:a a mamn Ei 2 -Hji 
tioi «*'er 7 pm 

MoomN *^ccjTTAarR ,TJ?T*** 
fair iraiire av'.f* (JR • '•"J 

153 HOI S 4 .S TO KKNT 

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► •■I ia»-' living twin |1vi' I »' ' 

1 - -..--e b 1 " -'I-' • 1 

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*np-.it» ttM r.V t , i'7 

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FUNDS IN 
1 st MORTGAGES 


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a 1 , Ir ■‘‘‘‘■''r ' ‘ n nllered lot Wm.rrt.a'r aa.r 

. » '' ' . ' and la rgrrltrn' ralu* tn» ar*lr . 


: , 'epAVa-. * t '$ pFT 

7 '., iriiakf'." r$ per 
7 ',^ .e, ■'*.#'•* I'-l pr: 
7 '-. lep* a'lir * 1 > prr 


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SPEEDY ":r*r 

AUTO WASH '-I.:' 

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• rnl#)' good p.,,., 

lUmirr b i> ran h» .n- 
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F r ml a» rr unai>r ta h* prraent pINc 


IMMACULATE'! . FAIRFIELD 

$5000 DOWN!' rr\iPkriti_L^ ,. 

fhi. 7 ,»ai-a.d i*da. ..i«* bunt. K|P 4 CTCDC -I A 

ln« la nllered lor fnm.nl. a'r aa.r |\J^ N I rKj / ' 

and fa rgrrltm' ralu* bi* anlr . I Y N.X t 1 .U.,. 

din raam* co«i»ir*» »o evrr' neieii /*'*/'Nr*V/ 

tieej tint and flumb.hg io«d«>*n '*«-' — * • .uu i 

in ’.If ni‘h L^‘-' LARnR UVINO ROOM CM» 

dailigM bi»*mrnl im l«*rf wyi. nr.N UTn.TTV ROOM 2 

*'■ ' .'!«! 8 EDROOM 8 NICF OARUTN , 

t . 1 , • ’'k*hai and l iin* , I • ^ WITH PRl'lT TREFA MAP ttf, ^ 


and fa rgrrllrn- ralu* Via antr . 
din raatn* co«i»,r*» »o evrr' ne'aii 
II,... in'* duiii'*al In 'hi *■•*' 
tirei tint and tiumbihg feughfd 


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513.750 


RrreaeaaT •« arparai. ntatfhing 
»• .: i»»aii('b« nai • it-n» -i' 
!-• ♦-.«!!. ac(t«n<d paUd afi* 
j.u. . b*.i $ 18,500 


iV“ roxvENiENfES i: vm ikiwn ; 

. $ 12,000 ^- 1 "- 

Tfd Er'ilh FA'J.»U7 
• le* »V I- ' ' 

” LOW DOWN PAYMENT DES 

S't I'l** hdi"* HI .ar.r . . d* #oec 

rnam iti'.h oat fi'nt' and fii» 
plarr Rit and ’iMt 3 giwvl ben- 
-«ji r»Cd«« o»trm*ni *Uh nl lira' and 

. $ 11,650 

L-n W H MrMahan FV 2 *ll1 *• l- -. .•- >• 

.in. tveg UR 7 . 1«>4 .'■ * 


$ I 2,000 “ 


Kitl.i'lra ll«t<"f 

P>*-# a- ’.'f Mr W O CNimrroii 
g V t- 1 > <3 antUar 


FINE TUDOR 


K ’4 me A rn L'd 

'.'I* B’ »a 'i’teel 
Y\ * «I •'-- I me 


DESPERATE 
$850 DOWN 


ESQUIMALT ' 
EXCLUSIVE 

w* «*.e (ortunai* in Migr.ng 
•r It !. : lit in "i.i I'N- until 
n«i la* ai-a ritik* i* i.hi'A *"d 
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'.'•riiieri' hnm* nt'e-! r'in-f.!i*i a 
. :.g all -..'*'i.p f II- 

rii'ii.i.t raum Th* ia:«e ei-.. 

in t>ei ki’.tiieii hat a u'- it -.i.m 
a-l’niinng Th* **pa’tie iliii.i * 

». ,,n *nn '•'ar , v.nt i.-Tti *re 
i-,ra fat th* Itinllf T*tma '*n 
»• *fraii»en tnr ••j an *hn t.r*t 

■ n* on t'.* ( 111**1 pivar i' ■' • 
•••i Muirav Duff er Xri»uo 
Knrn*a E%' i. 3 f$a gn*«im* 

THINKING 

of 

building;’ 

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■ h ini 4 iie *» * 1 ” *•'* " 

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gV • •«*'' or Murrtv n-itl El i-J.'-l 

gnrwmr 

$400 DN 

NEW 3-BEDRM 


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$>'‘.700 

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EV J lf}7 


MOVE IN FOR XMAS ' 
S 1200 CASH — $65 MO n*n” ia. 

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$11,500 

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CAPITAL CITY 

realty 

t$g CORMuRANT SV 4 - 193 I 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
Immediate Possession 

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SACRIFICE 


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$1 1,950 

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CAREY ROAD 


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$6900 

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a jC-7 n haniil*. i. * 

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THE ROYAL 

“•■ $7960 TRUST CO. 

Rn- n il EV t fi $ >r< ■$' f '3‘' o*k Ptv tii.,ti*n an n'grh Dri*a 

kh'i g'lA't irom thr W'i...>»t Itearb 
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I I I It oLJrNljALUVV •'•ii ihit up ane ariva n»inl*» *«n« 
*■ .7. . -I'liiir hi thraugh hall llvln* 

IN OAKt ANOa UIPTRICr ••eun «i h aprn flrrpUr*. tur*t- 

n» • ihivi.' tn tiifhen 3 lied- ife dining i««"i laiga m«nrra 
' r- ; til bg.rmrni HA fJina«» t.irhrn •'lOinntr 4-t»"* ba’h oa 
h-:e rnnnii.on Tralv *»"''eiit m*in llmir Li"r.g tiwmi rt.ning 
, CA*^AO •or*'" Whlrm 4 'I'-rn J peg b*th 

p. I Ft' • nnl* 90UUU I benr mm ap Fni hgtentni ell 

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$ 22(000 


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CO I.TO 

toil B.anthard at Furt EV «-M1l 


TME POYAt TRfdT COMPANY 
liDi Oev*rhmrn' A' PVl-atJS 
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SUPERIOR 

' . .0 i'.,-"* I Wenim P |. '■ 

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518,000 

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OWNER'S 

MISFORTUNE 

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.ithit a I' f»ai'i.a’.r aimn ganfre ai.rii-n wi'h fnt.t ir«ri awj 

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KER & STEPHENSON 
LTD. 

rxcu'PtvE 

NEW 

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APARTMENT 

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S300 DOWN I f>wv» r»'»«-»**a r>»' •*'" ' 

ciiOiiDQ&kl P.*f*. bl.'* ri*r'iW *llth*n np*a 

SUBURBAN »l„r I* »Mran 4 M anO bathrnem 

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Sil /u fith and rhio t«rla garnet rm **a tar- $01 QQQ I |\/\DUr\ 

• *tt«.irani tuUf rqd narn in I'JO- Term* Pr-rr -Pfc i ,'-/'.ev* «-v • •« >— r- 

mg $ fuw-ih' ann ile.r In j. ..••>«: ca.i 'tr Vi'ian Raithaa* ■ IJlVLf f jF- 

vnd .nmmrrr'if dlamtt Call Mr 8 V 4-4113 anium* I lU I U 

iivi'*ir the RC land 

A BrRNARo V ro 170 ^*. 1)0 PAArviRA avkm t r^ Awr 

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$9625 


SI 500 down 
EXCELLENT VALUE 


Saanich Realty 


CITY motel 

14 I 

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r'^.rr.ii a.-a t^ iv k*h V mEfMERi'ON LTU In eenvrfLianed man-irm in Rith 

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V t «■».;. ^1 IV I tiBl 5^0 000 •“' "«nrr and I'ud in'r*ia*M ».-.»vfn w, ' iin»v <■ 

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1 A-..U.'- • • . f” • ‘ -J (• If ••» i.ii't ni«M"in- iM.ng.iiiJi 'in •''**' » «'• 

1 * 4 . l.'» 8 r-n V.S •. itll A l. WAUNER ANY ijnOM • .« re' 'le.'. 

Tl'lX r Bh.nr gV J-V 132 Fill, pnr* Cl -m '• '•«* P' ' > ' 

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HoUirK REALTY 't'Wi LTO 

CLARKE 

WALLACE 

nil oi« I* * ' •'*< 

$2200 DOWN 

24 HRS POSSESSION 


ONLY 7 

DAYS LEFT! 


fnr • 'M In eat »" >r XP’** 

TCRKEV *1 3 »a* mUM 

CI'aMRKRA RT aft Riiid' 

RO 

VArAST FOIII 104 SION 
Tr. - ir dO*h I*' ■' ■ at 
^vA.n, pr.ia $ 18,500 

r. f lrif«rrr.#'f’n ni'- Ml "».• 

k.na ai fV J-*«. atraingi 
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DALBY .& CO 

I;J .1 » t 1 Af>; A'.-, r -• ■' '• -I I 

1010 blanshard 

TRIPLEX 


$ 10,800 

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$8500 

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$ 30,000 I', 

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l-ifHMa ma«*rn »gngain« 't 

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FAtRFUItL IT3$9 MOOfRN 2- 
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and a») hratar MO Va'^' AfP't 
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8 CR 8 rr'-Pfl*"'-.*’* LIMlTtP 

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r $ 13(450 

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AUTO COURT 
TRAILER SITE 
PAT BAY HIGHWAY 
SIDNEY AREA 

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34 YAltfUnV RI.DG rV3 33l 

: $1200 DOWN- 

SMALL RANCHER 

Ji|.i I miia' fl'lii 1 - on « Ini 
71*120 thi» l-ir-afO homr ha- 3 
on *r»T aiira-'i’e nkan'rr Lmng 
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ENGLISH 
COTTAGE 


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$9950 

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Imm Possession 

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$12,800 


Home ol D'Stincl'cn 


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GORDON HEAD 
SEA VIEWS 
EARLY OCCUPANCY 


F.n K'-'i AfEtJ FA'Ii; IfR 

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NO II 

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$18 500 

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Lonsoowne Slope 

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WATERFRONT 
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IU Part 8 ’ EV1-*J:2 


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,*.ao...4« $1 1 500 i'. v:.. . **• .. 

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$17,500 


on l*rm« 

rt.r.-arl Mr Repb'j'n 
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EV 5-3742 


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$10,950 


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REALTY 

jn ' «*■♦» BTREET 

SHELBOURNE 

NEW 5 -ROOM 


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$2000 


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$650 CASH 

$60 PER MONTH 
$4950 FULL PRICE 

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SECURITIES 

or VJCTOHJA UTO 

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"OPEN HOUSE" 

Ff>. ond Sot-, Dec 19, 20 
2-5 PM I 

1749 ROCKLAND AVE. 

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$15,000 

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CV1-(741 or UR 1)7*4 


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$i3,500 

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Rn BV 1 m) 


.3 YEARS OLD" 

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BV » 4741. 


•j4 BEDROOMS" 

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itM lamilt Thi ii'raoftt 
I eanor lind* ih.i U 

ia>|o lor hPi amali tamuv 
poiir hPd*i»"'"« lUift* coow 
and 4inin« ninm a i la/fp 
AKn a famiu-'iip'i (li'noft- 
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an l*rma MATRICI M 
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BV S-tOM 


|M |10r«5F:S FOR SALK 

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NORTHWESTERN 

SECURITIES 

OP VICTORIA LTD 
1)1 YAT« AT BROAD BVi rUl 

"IN SIDNEY VILLAGE" 

MUST SB BOt-0 Utlt amart 
' ijMia *»ir ol a fTTUCCO 
JllMJALOW k • BI 0 d I'a 
■hi't »ira*4 l*d‘ r lair«a 
kiirtifo laatilolit s*rdfai*d. 

na room and p«>ir'Mtw. 
■t'ai* too Ba>»a>" M4ICBD 

Svr. 55500 

ra»i HRS B HARVEY f«i 
S'lal'a #1 id* d<>«n patment 


HICKS 

REALTY LTD. 

171* tli.i. iaa S"P*t rlV J-D44 
OpB HudWB i Bar r.uia 

FARM 

V. .. 4'. -"•••* tinl* S'.-apra 
ri.i‘ am {*'^01 na* all a«uipmr»» 
f,> lOOM hrol** m.n«-na 
(i.ii'krra 7 i.t. P '..» wiMi lull 
4r;»ml p»m! A a :<>* - tm 

If:'. SI 7,000 

klr> MiK'ii' P.VlilM 

aiiili'fti 

GORGE 

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Till* I u'*» al‘ '’p.i 

»<vuM a»« III a h'-mr Jar iirti- 
lor.alaip it* .Hi Put' 
baa*ni*ni i>'0-M lira* 

Itoora BUua'fd m a liHb 
rltdad Iftt amonn' **’. p' ' #*• 

h.wp> A ;•!«* I P»tm *» 

tn* nai ( and a faiirn i>* P'W'l 
Hiakv ’.Ma oroi>*rt* ar,l *»r«h 

;r $12,500 

Mr Halt'- FVJalOi aiit’im* 

CHARMING 

BUNGALOW 

.jail ift.Mipr *p’ in an 

a' P»P’i*P '>7*1 I'l- 

ra ton .ait* XH a -ft M’ < an 
k>i 3 hrd’T -aiii » p-MirooT. 
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blit clop drvpatT m-' !‘-r 

-r$iii300 

Ol'-.p (IIP***' l.v I‘110( 
anittviv 

FAIRFIELD 

4J4 Rpai '•* *P* ••'** 'IP* 
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HAULTAIN ^ 

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a;'h lir*i>’*pp tUp f»l«, 

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dr-*p ift «a;acp ’>••» .x ati r'ar 
rah ai> i;p|» fftioa '*fn« on 

U""”'- • $16,500 

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P. R. BROWN 

* Bftni L'd. > Bit I9P« 

1112 Bread fit phma BV I-3411 

SNAP 

MAKE AN OFFER 

ON THIS 

5 ROOM BUNGALOW 

PI'aa* pi’dna |nr *i<POinUnP(>t Ul 
Tirat Wa a ..1 p. s* In* Jd<l|e 
H*rr-»AATFn iipATr-o 
DriVP IN riARAiTt 
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S9500 

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COUNTRY 

PROPERTY 

LATOntA RC*An A,d‘t"\ l»’i f-fp*. 

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$5400 

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wa'PT Kulii>ri'r 3loZL/U 

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T»’iT’a ilmitil* penm'imr 111* |,K “ i:i 
f'P dinmg f’Pifn h'C r.-i# 

rj: n-p $8400 

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m-nt ’ ' »•’".* « pir»*p 

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Oak Bay 
Realty 

OAK BAY H-'MES 


MODERN 

RETIREMENT 


C^AIRFIELD, $7400" 

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• Mh Imir badtpom* rparlr 
in »«*# In All fPdP..'"'#***' 
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BV 4 •#** 

ONE BEDROOM" 

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pit t4<arrn buma’o* *»'*» 
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livifit mmn •ith rha*rl*il 
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aftd dr'cm kMp|*m. d*r»t- 

aiPd to nrUni 8 »«'pI 

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or (Pcttabl** Pnr* liriu-tp# 
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rnrd* at *#04 f*r llrtnt rna 
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ar* flallinc »•« 'hi* Xmai 
and tb*r app ihinkinc pf 
rp'irma apm ***** n*o*i **• 
IhM drPam poH*** ivaiPd 
S talprk (r«n» tft* tna**« 
Lr>B tai*a. Clear till* ruH 

Tnr; $6950 

0 «B*rt aallint haiaci** •bar 
na* Bp*d a lhrp*-bpdra«fti 
ham* P»rft«*i** iUiiftc 

S ail ERIC A AlArPADYBM. 

V |.«74t M HR TBUB- 
rtlONC RBRVU'B 


500 CASH" 
500 CASH" 


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a chaii* *1 

t 404 KTliillCM AYE. »- 
Vdraa* bnm* «>>h bat*. 

$5500 

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8a.k«apw*«i bum*;"* #b 

SuV." $5950 

PON BACON BV 1-1741 


GORGE 


Frank A. Martin 
Agencies Ltd. 

1114 BLAMAHARO BT. 

BRAND NEW 
HOMER ST. 

NHA 6®o 

HBB T7IV WA.1.A l‘» l»«lfi 
LY 1 BtOMiKiA* N M A - *4«eM» . 
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i MONTH.* 

At.*0 

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GOSWORTH AND 
OAKLANDS 
NHA 6 ®o 
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AMI) VAUANiPH DKIVI IN 
(lAJlA'lE A »n ',’YKV 10 

-- S13.900 

With Jusr $2300 Down 

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XMAS PRESENT 
$1500 Down 

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tyw ««*P' '■•Ul. (nilp W' ' 

;-Vui k:*: p.’ p $ 12,300 

R J l.pi.Tr' ).\ . - T * 1 ’. •'.* 

DESIRABLE LOCATION 
SOUTH OAK BAY 

t'*..(pr 31 *pari - 'I th.a II a *»p!1- 

(ba'rl 1 -ii’nim j 

and .|pft hl*mp 4 pp«l . 1 * "t 

t-»im ap'iala’p d'rm*4 r>».'>i 

lhm*>d*' Hall 1 1 ** bni'r-nm aM 
pinrifificHl kiirtpcr- IPpi# la a 
Brua Ih inrad* * f ainatp- «B ***• 
ar»l '.''n --7 **”# 

ImiH ift t^aamenv MuPip ‘ 

$16,950 

TPrrra ■ a*! h* arTa't.'l 

•P»r fitr**.** parn-. ■:« rail R- l» 

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MEARS & WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 

-74( nnk iu> A'f. 

a7¥ernard 

« m LTD 

in pft't - rv-i»t)t 

$2800 DOWN 
$55 PER MONTH 

R., . I '•!> -J-.P • • * 1*' ■ 

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w-ft 41 -'Kd 'P* p J laMj-n,* : i. p 

belt* IVl* a !••* I" » -"•• 1 

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Mr U>«w* f> 4-4. I* 1*1 
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YOUR OWN PARK 

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roam* I'd fft-ir -•-* ■ '•* ■•••'•»> 

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b-ftii Pter p-l h« * r **'• 
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NEW 3-BDRM 

0i|-O-Motic— Nice View 

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- . $12,000 

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•• d mM«*. t' ajld •* $ I Q 750 
(2 O'li I ) *h-a dntft. hi;*’ * larma. 

MODERN RANCH- 
STYLE BUNGALOW 

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la'i* and fard'n *n*p* *>ma | 
o*. I " In ■**• • 

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T. r aaa .aa ». r# $8750 

Aoi’"'* ' () A04 dnan and 
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MOVE IN TODAY 

NEW 3-BEORM 

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haaai i wn* "•** Jin*)ra 

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a. -I dinmi ronn o-i* « ft'*h 
baaan art R*'-. davn p**mp.'l and 
pt.fpd ta ar.. I*»- Plpa;p r*:l 
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Brown Bros. 

AGENCIES LIMITED 

117$ BI.AN 8 MARO BTBfBT 
MlAlllr'i 'I, • 'I'l* ■•oARO 
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t-,,.r •.-•ft* C- 1 »P a'"* •'■•■ra 

; $5600 

Can C*c Ppftpi - F'. 

► \ V4A.1 

8 ROOMS 
WALKING DISTANCE 
TO TOWN 

M«'« la a * - •"■ ' V 'I 

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RANDALL'S 

LIMITED 

3 SUITES 
$3500 DOWN 

Pal'llrM a'l^im nmvfpai ■n TrrrB 
hftp'y iui'M idftiVBftX fii*^ ra**ftt*a. 
Mr-ai iiirai; di ftp*'rr *h«» 

a ■«< 4 pp« Dalanoa In tur mmiiur 

Krr' $18,500 
SPECIAL 


W’v "*» r*p'* H'd*! ^artra. naal 

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In 'aaenirnt' SiiCll'-a M7 imr 

$6300 

<>n -.wi a*-r*a paU Mr D**.i. a**» 
l\ 4 'All 

TAXES $40 48 
ONE YEAR OLD 

yaifpr odiirJffi '•■’nr 0,1 litna.p 

I' ■!*• -ft «hO"!» and iinr** 7 rmlr* 
trum til* Yaiif duaro 
wa. ukr mi. $7500 

Pill Bt.fP 4«r-'w 

CITY 

$500 DOWN 

SiarviTTi !*• l*ti* h«»* i»''h 

ranx* arv) a|s»-p Lra'p- Vi"<tn‘ 
Can pu hair ' * I*a( man >>ai art 
n W pij tnj fpft' 

On l»* J *™.*p ra’i M". J. iWTVlM; 
f*p* UK a I’ISi 

ONLY ONE 
IMMEDIATE 
OCCUPATION 

RnlPBdliJ atu<i,ft Diiua.aar bulU 
fair 7 ****. iarr* lii’fn raijm ti*»- 
p.ara, lavp.y aai. *i:l *;afl»PX 
T«a lar»r bPdiuftmi 5»* *rala 
Iniif oat tli'ura. calured PrmDcck* 
ba- fau.p .an pp- kiM-—-.-. ift-l 
nil. If pitf<n ul .wbrd ’iir auto 
aaip.et I'til 8**p«*tii »•■'' *'*• 
n»»;«4 f'lmi’u* rfti'Bt dM**_ 
in d4tt*« 71.1* l»-ma -.« .*' 4 

an a «*ir n (b hi • .ih •$ U Ir m*- 
a. a alaa a lar*a ••imwiftf |xm)- 
Thl* ti ihp ban ouy B 1 I OAO 
in lirtoria ai ‘ 

• lU« 13 50« d'lba 

DUPLEX 

$7700 

Diolp* *l'.b 4 roam* dftwo aid 1 

rh'/mr up. l*r«» ii-'h*!.* •■ "ft 

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II 107 n*4«n and «a>r wnbinlT 
p.imrn-* 

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BOORMAN'S 

high DONCASTER 
5 BEDROOMS 

y.ir p’.l-.-', .'., 1 . M'U -ira'fi'i* 

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d.'*'* I .- '.UH aialna iv -■» 1 ■ '■i' 
■(>.- a •» l- 'H *.■ A’H">I ! • *' • * 
rt I’X’ : If fiuftl'ir’. Alta-ri-rt 

K.ra^p ami pari iia»''ft’anf 7- *'i 
iM pjtrdr and bald' -' fti'’W ■ 

$12,000 

T Imith. fpf KV I •■’.5 

OAK BAY 

RANCH TYPE 

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ailft iwB.4',tu:it Jn » rd 4r nri'r 
cOuii'r.i anu mabotan* ratim*'.*. 
Dm ' -iwaa tb'*, piian* nob tor 
.pnwmm.«t in 2,300 

R r tiairik IV).7I)« 

flr* oR 7 - 2 **a 

$1977 DOWN 
NEW N.H.A. 

THREE BEDROOMS 

r-miiip'Kwi BP Jan I' l‘l‘*7 Heaii't- 
ruh r>n aP 4 Bi rbruhall plan till 
b.m' ml hpft' Dm* In eaniep 
r ••* *'« kP^rp.] a'l'l *•!* im api'ft 
p » *mir man f.'lurnf #< 1 »•«’' 

Ji.rpp'p* $13,350 

A,.an M’l'rb. n**- EV2 7MI 

BOORMAN 
INVESTMENT CO. 
LTD. 

tu roRT IT. BV ) 7124 


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$9500 

r.pa r_P.- • '■* 

A 'Lovely' HOME 

PLUS REVENUE SUITE 

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b(tB(airi« In tdral K*<V"B>a.t li’ *• 
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PLUS 

7 •nam* i'l bihh'Ti .K'>- 

rpm-nt b»»-in«'' O f* V* h**' 
p» ii and caipdrt. I'tm. r-. * 

J,; • $15,750 

I'l'I 'I' Prarra Uir. 

BV H77I tP* rv$ l«2I or 

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HAYNES 

Stort the Now Ycor Riqht 
in This F.ne Home 
3976 Blenkinsop Rd. 
Exclusive 

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arrr ol kKh Mi> ft!#* ■ aw4«ra 
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cablaai Kttrbab aftd afbafaia Util- 
Ur blua aiid'bPd (*ia(« Oil 
rt'.Cr i.id haalar abSiiird io IH* 

ruli wn-t ol ••‘h I** «*’•'* 

tia*m*i.t ard ani? (74 wanm:* 
■b atfppweot at **lr Cal! TTD 
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ruriUP* af Vi'ofia Lid KV ».|74'. 
or BV 7 IB»3 abd b« iRiUPd Iw 
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ONlVBHRrTY DtBTRlCT 
Spau'ituI 4*a r®«ft bd.idalo* «'ir 
btl. 4 hd aiair* Hraimiully lar.4- 
ti-(ppd n*» b-ii-ai* ' ' i-i • 
of ruiiboardk and aiora.p di '* iR 
aaraa* *te M^Ipi *;pa l*yi 
frbt buy $10,760 

rail M: Cftata GR7ll;4 or 

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McCANDLESS REALTY 

441 I I. ’'.•on* rV I MU 

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$1200 — S1200 DOWN 
$65 PER month 

ra- 1 . K“(ip • HWMa I 
b- •’ aM - Uft '■ •' 

,n t iirnina r*-'B' »< 

ilr«B or r-ild « BP-llftOoMII 
r .l h.i4h (a rwrr • f’ft raid 

fo'hkrp pi(K-a al' ■ «»• Ot,’*- 

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€*<*■•- r-iiar. la^Pa |iB Clo*» •• 
ar. • *.-•.* nrar «ACAA 
Crr-T»i Park fr.rr jO*)W 
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J bPdtft”ll> I . .u buf adi « H* 

I,.aap Hi" >lf'rR* (.-nBi! tiPa- 
p ..rni'i*’ 12 040 an»ii .*.m 

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7 ■ - m wfthi ’ftlfta'a a* 'la* ‘h'tujfh 
hA. ♦:•- nif firftn l i*|»,a'P lard* 

ij.pni I «an Y' .1 a.** H'ih*n 3 
hr 1 - . m* at-l ti-i**i:i «n ftn th* main 
fl-.t- : -.nlP-in* uii lull ■«•*■ 

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fat* ID 'ftp p'lreha** of tin* ai- 
tri:’i*t Y.yr-Vrd *,i.fi»m a'nco 
bjt Ita Hardwoftil tKw.ra 

thmiKboi;’ t*>" oa**m>'nc *"ft 

t arai* **: and auioma'tr oU 

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Bi*.,' o( orlr 1)740 B»p*. 

BV 4-7U4 Ba>n* iL Txlvr Aarn- 
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BVROMN 

Minimum ct-n eaMarnt 14 $00 
4 r I >m iipaili or* a:ur*e buara- 
lOH barmpnt iir>v«-iu t*r*««. 

auIoDia'I’ oil Lar-r rornrr Ift 

U'* tax** 'u!| pn * III 7)0 *44 
LoRdandtirr Rd On«-40U 

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plp Pir*-rnam*d bnncala* "ak 
tlrinfk ha PfliPtil Oil O-.Mahr fur- 
nt’p Pt .p. tt ~i» Pb OR I-J331. 
no afpnia * 

PKtVATC OWNER 2 HOMW IIBN- 
drtion Itll 1 and 4 bPdioama and 
dm ifttld rutnpuk room Hi'n bar, 
d'.uMa piuftit.iftk ) rippiacaa. 
r.' 4 74«7 )0J4 Lan»d««nt. 

lAl lUli.MK) ilUMh:s» 

and FKOrf.Ut'IKS 


THE TBYRO Ifl TO 

SALT SPRING 
ISLAND 

On* Hour Prim Vuuiria 
Oft **-.abIianp4 no® R»» fJf 
aripriiftb al dMitab'* pmppripa. 
va'prtront tau and artpair rr..- 
d*r,-r< tarmi and bmuiPitpa Par 
ra'.iab> inforn'ttina oa all tbd 
O-Jif lalandk rnntBci 

KAtT BPBIHO lANO* LTD. 
Phnna ( 2 . Oani**. BC. 

~ PHfVlWOOD HAY 
170' «a-rr(rpn* ,hii>-r Inra'-nn 
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aparifti.* 2 -t 14 M.r 9 .ih- hnu'* full 
ba.rmrn', ail bra' R*all< ni--* and 
**«i(t>l* vilb iprn.ft B' III and 
Pifa-r -al: O piraa.in ..»» 

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IIOISKS 


TO OWNERS ONLY 

V 4 ,i'« »■ .* '' 1 * PMW! ♦•’'* •' a 
loi i *»' •w.'ti'd rrat • .'a'p rnm- 
piir Via I'Bia ap'p'kl tain u..*- 
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TniR<-a ar**. RatPiTPi.l ep'larai 
tf lU. ara |i.*nn.nc •ft »Pl- Ift '*>* 
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HEISTERMAN A CO. 

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1171 Rlaiiahard B'rppl KV )-4l4l 


tin iiiiftrn hiIii dinifta ara 
p....r uir--r p*mr> mr Ha'll •hb 
Iln'Pd fia’u*** P’iH i*mpiii bt**- 
mrn- Hill’ Bill* * I H.la.r atid 
ai'‘t4ai>: ...I !*■' laiar ''>91.’ -• 
rawm CpoiPbl *«.ni(n.ot 

poii! irrftic.tti an-l laaiia m Ua.k 
79191-11. a'.p pu*»r-- pti A -fi.M 
baauilliil ham* al a e 1 1 OAM 
in* nn. * Bf i.m* "ft ' ' ,7W\J 
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d'-i.’ii .1. Jnbpnv JaiKP* CV ) 3137 
anitinip 

$950 DOWN 

M l* n .* IB a ’ 111 * hfa.T ; . r* 1 
prji.VilH t t| I 1 • bat* 'I rni h-lTP 

Pa.mpft'l Ik) $14,150 

■ a' Kian- rV221A7 rv ' *')) 

$2500 DOWN 

3 BEDROOMS 
OIL HEAT 

S' ; f . ’t» 

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;:r,r.a si 1.700 

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MT TOLMIE 

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s r . .* •- n I ,1 ra * 

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■•t.ftc-b.i.ini f'lom j’lr*’ 

rftrn I r* '♦: • f'.' 'iifin-ft* 

$13,150 

P1*»tp * a Tft* H".-: I i'ft 
irv J Tail r»r* llR * JH* 

JOHN GREENWOOD 

ril R- a-4 

'$1500 DOWN' 
'8 YEARS OLD' 

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mift m Hhi’r •• J . ' '"5 

la*..|ft’-% 0.1 •**#• m '•••d 

In f'o.r 'n fhftf a • ... 

la’ Bhalbattrra ar*a Pul. i<r. ta 
ti'ft- I'l* MBm' • ha<Rr,T.N 
IV » *741 ar (V 7 l»»> Har’h 

v.f.'li aa>‘.fl'iai ..f ., "•:» III 

4 9MB ntL HARtMBNT OIL 
hP«' naHl'am "inn I. Oftlf 2't 
Jtdrt aid B> 4-M71. 


SMALL HOMES 
WANTED 

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B: 1.4 .171 If** IV ) -ra'' 

'urgently wanted' 

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||. «4S2Kb OROBNT »iftr 0 U*h 
ar • t" -ri'P 4-.'-irg«ifl b',n<r in 
OAK bAV It im.H OL-AUHA 
M I t hi** 3 eathr-.u- • drii iftd 
dll'll.4 »P*P* Wl' L-'l **'PT 1 .'#’. 
A'* na -j.'«rir if in »'-"d i- 

liua (K.H n eain'mi it p 04 muri'A- 
Ij pa’Tppni ll'hr 

.2’ Ifrtariip p'"i>rr’|,( Id if dta- 

l-i. • . *1* I. • a . -t'lif 

IP vrjU Winil lO ftf'l.L ARD ' AN 
M»L1 nth AWtVK (IKML'lltB- 
MtXTB u a » *a : ,M* Arar 

jr»K‘- BIAttllTD, KV 4-3*42 a <• 

lift-- J*'- ot b.rl,’ 


14S WANTED TO BIT- 

“REQUIRED 

BEFORE 

CHRISTMAS 


; - I '^1' •«" ■r»'(«l mr 1 p ft* .1 *9 
«i’i ||.«** f 11. .Inn Ha*P •!> |7 •' 

d mn and i-an pv up i ■ l» l»r 
tP.Hvh Muft' rira? a »«l fiu* 

ft«- ral. CLU K .'Ori'rTCH a' i4*P 

»:V4-C4t •: KVJ74M N 

prn ^M-i'i.-a >d V.I*.* 1 .1 


WANTED 

SECLUSION 

2 RU Itrca IH ail hrat 
Pft..r.>>um In, Jtn’wrft 


C'totarc P mhprba’.m RV 2 0471 
pr KVJ-aHIt *D)t|n<* 

P R BNUWS « BONB LIMITED 
im Rinad H«rf*r> Vtrlh[ia 

Wonted 
GRACIOUS 
. LIVING 

fir’;, "it r aiji P daft pp a'-'a'I'** f >• 

• p, • ft r I .n auinra 'ft* ft* -I *,>• ■ u* 
fir.int f.: HI--' diftiftara lit-ftf 

!»r .Ufti .n ani .n«r:ra'.ti 4 dt-.lrn a 
m.j»' Ca*> a*a aiup ’.. a|.|ir,.ft 
lift rai Kin-n* p far' H T.awpra- 
hm.'l. a’ KV7 4.'U da.* r ludbL 
J H W’ i ’•■«** A C ■ Ijrni'ad 

"GOOD NEIGHBORS" 

Honiri irati’td jP id IM 4M I 
ha*r -hr ii.iiir** uf arlllii* ipal 
rt'a'r in II i» brau'ltui Cl'* ul 
V|,iuria ai.d at a ' .Sr* RPlib- 
bor I have many .ut- 

ot ; ”att lani. ir« *itb B'M»d d..*n 
paftmmt* .ir ALL CARH It fau 
arr ihinklnd <>( •niiOd htiP n* 
U)i.-a>* thPftr 'amiiir* and dc a 
- llond Nrtcribnr' art*’:* (’all 
UflR RIMPHDS KV 2-474I 24-hr 
t*i-Dh.'riP I'ftK* N<”ib« 4 tt«rB 
Br<ii. ttrk Of Vi inria I lu 

URGENT 

Mr tl|p|iit HiU pk* ip to 132 004. 
all -ai’i fi'i' a oionrrb ) or « ftpd 
room horn* m rjak Oar or upiandi 
Mu't bat* full ftaapm*'" * 1 '.. 
rprrptfioo room If tau baft* eno 
and ran |ir* pntftrft'iftn aarW In 
tnr bP* ft**r rail (1 Pti NobPr'ftun, 
IV 4 21't rv t 03»» 

TAYLOR SPITTAL LTD. 


WANTED 

UPAND-DOWN 

DUPLEXES 

Sava eiioWA nM-i arvonu duniCkM 

Ptaam *b 

GKOROE RA.YUAI.L UMITBO 

19M Domlaj 81. Pbona KV i-llB 


$5000 DN. 

A rllmt oltlt rath • tbra a thrpp- 
bph ...m hnm< in merr lorarum 
ol Raanith ur Virlaria Muai bat* 
hatpmrni and aatr airaaa in ahop- 
pu.< an.i arbooU I’lra** Phan* ma 
unm*illa;«lv for PAST ACTION 
Vic Wi'*"fi Vic'oria Boaltt Md. 
KV 3.9141 or *«** ORT-II7I 

DB LUXE THRZB-bandroom horn* 
UD IO II) Odd Cliam toData on 
MRriB LIVISO ROOM OBR or 
RUMPVR R04’M WELL PLANNED 
XriCHtN fiASBMBNT liona 
m;i| M in oak Bar Cal! 8*1 
Rhrad* »**« BV 2-M03. Kind 
Rraltv KV3-tl)f _ _ 

)-OBDHOOM HOME OR 2 AND 
dpn bilh t-ill Itarrmant and oil 
hPB(. tr* fir* prpfrrrtd. Cadboro 
R«i or Oak Bar No a«*n(a. Vic- 
toria PiPftB HoK 424 

cot WOOD 

Mv cLapi rpuu.rpt 2 or l-BR bon* 
K*' * Pd Pirfetord area PlrtM 
r«i> n t)i:ka>oti ph^ BV 1-044I 
Kin« Rral’v BV 2-31)1 

WA.NTKfJ "coon” sltEOROnM 
h "br in lift- «’«d dlKOct. rota'a 
3-ftV.’7 

IM FROrhK'n' FOB 
SALE 


8 IK OICKIK TUB DB4L OOClORi 
fir. ,f a n** ar a '*r .nn; • o 

f»i»u«n'.tan aiifi Xifi fia' « >• 
oftr . dllfl" Jil B» V Pi I * 
»• - ri«ft« f'l'* ar »*■ >n I •> •»* 

• * -ot* bp a*. ' '* a*. I iHBt .n# 

for a » '-ft :.»'*? P'** • *• u* 

i o*. a l« • O 5 • * '■ *.J •‘ftr* 

I PH t 4’.l.' *'*« BV ) MW 

A If**!! A'.L.'ftT L: U ’ AT 

ta »’« **»' "**''» ■” 

•• r,B*P '?* i*« ’pftftl ft* *'••! 

lu. "»ft . ar t H '-ft-u » ’ ' •* 

ra . HeU-r — jft 4 l -• w- .13) 
H ar I ‘ f- ' XV 1 tl(l 1‘p'"’ 4 
• l-.ft .ft '.Oft '•PM' UWf •••111 r 


J. ( • •• 9 . ■. d a# 

«• s , -cl r-t •• »'•’ «, • , »|fr Ahft 
> .1 I . V* r • 11 • m •• 

^ .'ft-. *' ! i*r ft*, ft-, ft * ft •• (.ipm 

.ft. ft-n ■ V»-< • h *1 

I I f -. - ■ " 7 W*' 

T»I Bf.1.1. ynCR tfOMK V''R 
aM d ‘B ”• 

•airt •<-' ' l#r-'4P Ha)-»l*' '’■( 

A rrad* ftHptPr'p nj i*-'-"a r’f-r* 

I f-T -'Sal JIM par* to aa.b i'.'hma 

I CViBQB. 


BRENTWOOD 

Crcftfi*-. Hjar -.Pt 7I'*4* «<1 I' tt.'h 
aphiinftpnr an' |>a. sins r»«ri> Yew 
ran pa) f'**' •a*’ i.r^rntii* in 2 

ipr-a Prir* .• 1 * |yi«ir> «*.'b half 
raai A rrat ivdi'aM* S 'ns om- 
• pin 

An pft.‘u*.*a lift' pg and a Marrr 
Xm»i an*l a pf‘.ri**si* Saw Y*ar. 

Brentwood Properties 

Kaa' 1 '’S f” f r- a -« ••• ar<;lirna. 
Rr* pn a*ft Xp«' 'S# 42 T 


SNAP! 

Pr<idrn-ial !"l If*** hiah Inra- 

(inn i. r In Odod arbno.ft bu* 
»a.,.,r.:ia'.un 52 IOO 

Par (uM-iar mformaiiao p.paft* 'all 
It (tni.iipt CH •-.’a)n Ar L*n 
KaMlP. (iR 7 iita ar attic* 

KV (-dlBi 

JSank A Mar'.n A«»nrlp* Ltd 
nil n.«n>>.ard R'rm 

' U ITS OP I/7T9 

V> (4>r c.u» )*■ \f T.fftft 

aM am ILI a'** Lp* u* •h-w 
J ftiir I'..* fts-1 iM.id 'n ]r >4 
> 1 ' p: *n« s II A 1 ■aria *1 *. 1 ’' * 

I' d “Pn i»v *7 )u«i 

t .ft 1 ..U **ia' drpftn* hmhp Oihap 
■r I- >un i- .iftira ufidpc i-ftOft'rftj.-' u* 
c*' ■ a -(-r.*" iMftmrn’* Call 

Mr nrr*» KV 4 4.’-'*\ rrt P.V 2 iWD 
J H W -•m» * (■» Um.'Pd 

BCILdVvo UTT OOOD ARJ.A 
Ml Pr*-I R* O d bh’i>* Id b* .Ir 
hrd 7 fJ anvihius **0 * 7$4 

Bt’a'a deal Call R Kami 

BV 4 i«:.' ■ 41 Whii'.ftm* « ca 

Ll.i PV 3-4)22 

OS» ACKR (IsftH ULANPOHU 
nrar A.-h*- l*» uU.cr 1 airr oa. 

CP ft ad "imn* a- It «24 and II av 
pj'*ft. . U’ T'.i.ma* ar Uo4<- 
la’ tl«a*«. I'll II7A ( 'rl 
» v ( ii-ft 'Hfti PV I ton 

rRAiriDARR'H-H ROAD Pi’U-T 
»ftrr: c I lot 70kl34 rv 3-M8H 

RILA M’JK Vlt*I"M.lAS rLSKST 

*f* v»«_tot*._ CRB-Wi __ _ 

north” KAANICH PROPBRTttR 
Oi.r.l lA Hitlm* Lid . BHuar IN 

tVi PROPKKTV W ANTED 


WANTED 
20 ACRES 


IM FARMS FOR SALE 
•nd WANTED 

TO CLOSE ESTATE 

Otftr* B4<*pwd immtdiat* aala 

FARM. HUNT ond FISH 

Btauilfui *tll kept liO-aira 
KIVKRBIOK BTUCK PAHM tluaa 
to main hicnaat and taiiaar 
Ampu *at«r tuppD M Bft.r*a 
faocod paiiurp*. *-b*dranm bitm* 
fOO'i Kara and buildlna*. uftarad 
fuilk PHuiopad irartoi. pidtub. v 
iPUi'k irallrr *lr 21 head ^b*i- 
dfpi* Andvi* Plu* ainirr irrd 

pUi.^4 dd.n. S50.000 
DOUtll AH OAOX KV 2-9411 
PKM8KRTOM HOtMBI BV 4-4-.14 
1993 OOkP'umpAl Birppl 

PXet IffilVK 
ROYAL OAK 


20 Bmi ihrr'ipa d-rocm ranrb- 
lyp* «U«ra buniBloH 1 4M *u 
ft 9S tri Old IR ItalJ DR 
tamlt* »ti* bftrtPW* Idkl* and 
I4ftll 4-pc Pp'« batnro-im ut iit* 
rrtnm aari ba*r O-O-M ba«imd 
M" t'licro caraa* A htauiiful 

name $17 950 

P*ill PMC# ' r ' 

12 049 do*n and bal Ii99 montb 
B’.an It'UncI BV 4-1)01 
i*« »rv)-i22d 


Pinan.ial Burtry I iinitPil 

SMALL SPREAD 

Hp-p t Me# fXft.# ' .r * ui '•'K' if# 
'■»*-’i' f» a *H'il •li,p»d ' l» ap( 
up ’vintPa'paA'n' Ju*' a afuTt p'l# 
I' m 'Mn l'.ft ind*i’pr>'lfrr and 
»r’'ip > p«,*pI‘ i1 ftwn IH* '*’i« R a.-rp 
p: p id real df o'*.! A « ft«4 ’• »'** 
*ui«.'* ant tl■•a*.•^' ..i»a .if an "ti 
< ftia'pm fv.ihii. dnt«ftft neat 
ft.ftft A h ,n*p mad" m »l 

ft-ft ftft ii ftp.*.* ,r*it ft*r plu'h'.'n' 

»fti '.1 -Oft » .ftiftrn P'o, •’ ,r 

raftc- ' Cft I ■• - — 'ft in»'«'<’ 

• • '1 . P' ' nt tft •••li al 

,m- »-'*v* ft'ki t'lri-- N <MITH 

r\ ft«*l' • /*•*%!•- Y-i-tiftMial- 

• '** : if V : • 4 I.M 


4* APPPP AU. rt.PARPD 4'V- 
■ft!.* It |p * •in aiu' » ho-it* 
b*'h 'ft' ?) heart WondPffdT ml! 
P*'( .'•1 •*" l;*«rt|7l"»» tft»'-»f 

(ft apit-ft-ii •« <V»"4 tarma 

p,’ • 't <1 t’« ana R"* Oi'l. 
r* 4-avA( )»• *V 4 7)19 Plnan- 
ci*l P'lrtp* I'nii'pd 


MORE PEOPLE 
ADVERTISING THAN 
ANY OTHER KIND 
USE CLASSIFIED 


r —1 Hri."'/ ran^. p» tip ••» ?a 
a ft ft ’*a . rt .(upa I -a ■'f U.a 
I 1 rn t' V* **'•' l.abd rh'i*' 

• ■» ft . p ' u « •’•I. 1 ai rti an I 1 • *-*d 
ft* 'iin i.'rrn.'# ‘ F.RJC A. 
TrtAffAItVRN h.H'haftpa'nm .(*■ 
CV • P» oC V irMCi* L'd KV 2 474*. 


WANTED 

DCPt-BX LUT IN J'.'BILBB AftPA 
MR r K LAX) BV 4.1124 HBB 
BV 3 ft*3 

ppifti-mr'nn. Noifnpi Ltd 

V.aA- 1 n t*> HlOlf LOCATION 
larir. • • animra Raj 

Oaa Bar •'** vi ' -la Pr**! 8.u 

a a 

HA *r)U - b u A LL ACKKAriP. 
«. r ftillA t|'ia-w*pai i'n- ftp An- 
aani ( ..r-a'imcfiiai Cui L'd.. KV VW14 

l/.T VVA* ; M ill 7 prT 

b..M* I- p- riP- Chia KV i »4I2 

I.M ♦ lor sale 

am» wantld 

• ft At HM ' U-KARf lr 1-A.Nll 
i... ’|7!K ni-OPt VIKA I'-CA 
■]].,>* a*9 r»*d irdbiaa* P.i’.om 

«a*- n,*i*>’-i Nr*' Araa* n-.i 
»fi • : , ■ <i pri-M 

DOl'OI A" '-IAOK. 

•V I »l * i'*"‘ )-• - •=*'■ 

PrMHtHTift’t •■••I.ViLa t TD 
1903 i.'Jft9J(KMPNT ITNEBT 

l&B » A.C.ns I'UK .SAIJi 

•nd SSA.NTLU 


BURNSIDE 

( , a> rpa 3 anlisuo r-.pta 'n Wtr* j 

VL^V:. $12 <950 

Irrma la •"! * ,** 

large FARM 

(an arr*a 8' a, r»a PwmrM liTtfAfad 

fr f Akrt >' • turn*# fVtnB 

hama 

I'.HT *w-”-rtr u.f-’rrra'ftin •mil 
A.r» Ma, t-pan •• P.V 2*413 ar 
«.•* e\ 3-nu 

P1UBCR lUSCOC. TIB PaAdnro *•% 


GREATER 


DOLLAR 

VOLUME 

THAN 

RADIO 


WEEKLY 

MAGAZINES 


ATTRACTED 

"ADVERTISING 

MAJORITY" 

ONLY 

BECAUSE 


BRINGS 

RESULTS 


TRUL>— 

•THE 

MARKET- 


PLACE 


THOUSANDS' 


WORK 


PHONE 
EV 2-3131 


EV3-41M 


lallg dolimUt 41 

Thuradov, Doc. II, 1151 

Cheque Count 
Ends in Jail 

A younfi ViAuriRn wiih t 
ipiiKthy nSMrd wa* setiienced 
Io rune month* In Jail for caBh- 
Inc a forced (*heque. when he 
appeared before Maclfitrste 
Ht’iirv Hall in city police court 
yestcrda.v . 

William Rickeita, .105 (lorge, 
had pleadini cuiliy lo raxhinc R 
forc«Nl cheque for $75 at • 
downfown aiore. 


aXAl.KD TUfOBRa in iriplwaia 
•d4ip**»d Id Ih# undprtifbPd and an- 
dortffti T#ndPt loi Aatonomr BuU4- 
ini Caparimmtal Parm. Saanichton,** 

• i!. iw r#o*i«pd until 2pm pTtdaj, 
januaij 2) 1929 

P.iru and Bpacitiaaimri* maj ba *#*9 
and form* of irndcr nbtampd at ina 
Ek|>Piim#»(al Paim aaanikbton BC 
Tcndvri 9111 not b* contmarad uniaaa 
mail# on or aecoiuinc lo thato tnrma 

• ti'l lb accordapea ai’h ih* {uodit’ona 
•PI fuiin thp'pi., 

Farit lati'lPt muat ba asrdmpaoiprt bj 
a Jppotii III :hr lorm el a ratulipd 
chriiup 99 a cbarlarad lianfc tn Caciada. 
pitab-p to Utp Kn-piftpi (ipnaia! of 
Canada HC baaipr boi)d* a* >p-cifl*4 
In th* limit lit l•lldpr tur 10 pri tanl 
of (hp •'■lU'iiii (ft <br irndPr Th* 
dppHftU at ihp Mcrpv'**! Ifndcrar 
«iil ba trtaiiiftd at apcuriii unr: th* 
»mk >* rftimplalpfti «bllp dpp 0 *ii* of 
oihvr iPiKtrrar* «lll h* tP'ortiim upon 
lha ana'ditif of th# tunirarl 

Planft and ftparifieai.nii* nf tha oark 
mill ba lupimad cMt dapntil nt (10 00 
D|x>'> ih* •urrandri nl ih* plan* and 
•prrifiiat'O’K lb (and cnndtiion ftiitb- 
in )9 daft! of lha racript nt lanilar*. 
th'i .]»t«o4’.' a -I ba raiurnad Afiar 24 
rtaj* ihft ilpfioait *hai) ba tHbjart to 
torfe- 'grp 

Thp tcap-i rftr anj tandar not "*<••• 
aariir atcan-.pl 

■ n.jnadt J J KnoriB. 

B'jparn'.pndPbL 

f aprr mental #a-m, 

P.a.' (itaiiirh Hoad 
R n Ni) ' Aoicumon BC 

All IIIIN aU» OPIROHN lOftiB 
MMII (f I rrtJL lAAlFBUL 1 UvB 

Th«i- * bP oMnaO for •• r il 
public aucenn •’ t )d pm. on Thur#- 
da* Januaiftr 12 1929 In >ri# ofliao 

Of tn* D'.tnrt Pu’ftfttar 2f*r'r>a BuU<4- 
int V#i'Cou>pr, HCi i*ar«.-p| No 29. 
tuti’i-'ino of ipprocinBiaiy •)) 440 
cubic fftpt ftf p t Odar Hemlock Bal* 
*a-n and Wimr Pina (’rocni lot* arvd 
bin: - -.‘is’:;: ahwlt i».c piPMti’ » In 

<anip-run buom. Th* hmi ai.' be 

• urtiunp'i -Il 4 lot* rtP-icnalad I3>la 
I. 3 2 and 4 

Th* abrttr l>ni- maj hr lr>*pa«<pd 
frnni ih* data ai Ki.ft aiiftprii'Pirpni up 
la *i< > ii*r.u.liii( Ih* ilaia nf a irltoa 
ai ina gitiund* mi rppar 

<Nirr— r ? -•** 

Arraicanip'.'ft tnr in-ppct'on of ih*i4 
lof, mu ' *'• a«.'r • ill (ha Pita and 

Sactt-ltf tviiuar of >hP BrMIfh rol’ftOI- 
bia PoHar ('dmip'-- at lha John 
N*-' OabPfatino B'a'lon 
Tha p.ifthatrr a ita reduced to 
anier intn an a«(ppinam oiih th# 
Br'ttth Ciilumbia Pnaer Cam<*ii**>nn tar 
ramotal >f( ihet* lo(< frnm rppar 
Campbc'l l.aha 

Tha upaat ppcft to be plicad on p«cB 
)nt irill be dPiPinuBftil immadiai*lj 
ttridt la thft auct'rt*! and «i-l b* die- 
cinacd at tha aucuor* 

Ptirthar ptiiicul#'* mar b* nb'amad 
f»om tha Ditiiici Pnrcfttrt Vaiu-ouiar, 
BC or 'ram 'he Pera*i Raitiar, 
Campbell Ruar B f 

Piiiiiitftrt ihAi anftnna •ho u unabia 
In ai'piii 'ha public auction In parKm 
ma? -'jnme a •••>*,! lariil'r to bo 
opanpd at lha hnur of auciian and 
UaaiPil ai n'.a bid 


LUNDS 

AUCTION 

RESTAURANT 

EQUIPMENT 

Appliances— Stock 

700 GRILL 

741 YATES ST. 
TODAY—1.30 

ON VIEW 
TotUy: 10.00 a.m. ftn 
***leim»e 

lunmndlaie Rrmoval 


ecffli&m.;ii laimn cv8-$42t 
92« FORT RTKKKT 

KILSHAWS 

1115 FORT 

Highly Important 

AUCTION 

Modern 

Furnishings 
Appliances 
Power Tools 

FRIDAY AT 7.30 

Cuffom-MfidP Chenierfleld .Ste, 
Studio l.x)iinseB 

New I>Aveno ond IiOY'e 
Mr. 4' Mm. Bedroom HuU« 

Duncan Ph>fe DlnlnK Table 
and 6 t*hBirK, Mahogany Cedar 
rhea» De«k*. Coffee and Fnd* 
Tahlea. H'rntight Iron ani 
< hmme Dinette Ket« 

21*' T\ Set— 19.57 Model 
Hupermatir Kina Portablo 
Sewing Machine 
Amana Slor-Mnro 
Freeaer-Frig ComWnatiMi 
• 12 Co. P*t. I>eep-Freei6 
.Rug* 

Shoparoith Power Saw Set 
'Cool Over $700 00» 
SklUaw Bell Sander ^ 
And Other Trwla 
.'lOOfi n.fle. Valor and Coleman 
Oil Hetieri. Wanhera. efr 
S.S-.MM. Slide Proiector 
Mixmaater, New Knitling _ 
Maehinea and Radiot 

Open Dally for Your Inopectlon 

KIIftSHAHS AuHioaeeri 

niA Fort H*. EV 4*6441 

For Your Sale nr Appralaal 
Call KlUhawfi 





’42 (Eolitnifi. 

Thursdoy. 0«c. II, l*5i 


Here's Christmas 
Giving That Lasts 


<;rrator VUMoHa srhonl 
board this Announi*«Hl 

ii plans to boriow up to $rn>- 
iMM) 10 mwt a 19-iS oporatinj? 
drfirll of $l36.<»to 

Tlie I'*an. which will h«* 
mario subject to appioval oi 
the minister wlucation. is 
mrcHSiiry to cover the tncrcEM' 
ir. teachers' salaries. 


Traiiic I inrs 


^ Lome V .'<iolt/e Mooyah 
1 Bi'V- rarele.vs <lriMnc 
^ James Chailes Read hU 
J Siipeimi. driung while under 
MisprnsKih. $T.-) 

Oennie MoUershrad, Ut’N- 
^ no duvet *, luenre. <an.v 
^ me on sintfle seat 

f tnmnirVile SU*. 

^ nonold** J <» h n Ciimmmc'* 

> Wuik point, no diiver- li- 

< fCO' e S2.*i 

> Ottian Sheila N Murphv. 

j 71*1 PafftKllI ev iH'riing .-^0 SJ'i. 
\ K'»> 1‘tilcman Mil Paikci 

% exceeding .7(1, S*!*). 

< ll.ir Ham Singh. .7Ji>h Whil- 
tier piissiiig slop sign. Sl”. 

tjurdial Singh Hasi 7.71 
i RiiiiiMde. passing stop sign. 
V $13. 

,5 ro!V7 0c»n 

\ Aialb Singh. Tho Topo? al 

^ Iriwlng wood to fall on a high 

1 was, $r- 


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Wh«*rrvrr cariirr xrrxlrr In nuilnlalrwnl. $‘J.W> p«*p r?w»nth, 
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^ I Thursday Hour Specials 1 

^ ^ No riMin^. Moll or C.O.Il. Onlrm — rrn>»nal ShnppUiK || 


Juiij^on's 6a^ dlompait^ 


Men's Broadcloti) Pyjamas 

Mon ■ sanfnrizod i*oMnn hr<>adilolh p\jAmas 
. . . aMKortod Hiitpoa. drAusirm^ waist Si/os 
small medium and largo 099 


mon'a fumiAhlnga. main 

Flannelette Cowboy Shirts 

Cimi>o>«' drsigns — hoiM** and ixiws ConlocI 
tjo. In.ig 4|eovc«. Peter Pan collar and amall gun 
xiuds. .vinfonred Colors ted. brmvn 1-11^ 
and blue. Sizes 2 6. Special i 

HIOSON’H B.AV rOMPANY, 
rhlldren't wear. Srd 

Manual Switch Set 

Add to jour ttain layout b> hu>utl: a set nf 
hand-npetaied swilche*. This item is J^BO 
for use on 0-27 gauge Ira. k Spe<-m 

Remote Control Switch Set 

To be used with 0 27 gatice track . . . add to 
ht» la>out by buying him one of iheae 009 
remote switches. Only 

lU IIHON’8 BAY COMPANY. |o>\1lle. 4th 

Mandarin and Tailored Pyjamas 

fjnod quality flannelette . . . mmfortatile to 
we.u . . gjy floral pnnla . . . easy to launder. 

<izes 36-40 collectively. 4^59 

Special 

m IlSON S BAY COMPANY, 
lingerie, fashion flmrr. 2nd 


rhe Thrill of a Lifetime! 

I 

\ Precious Little Fur’s a Wonderful 
3ift, Whose Loveliness Lasts! 


Muskrat-back jackets (dyed) 

Choice pelts, akilfully mauhtd. m*ke up iheae 
lovelv little Jackets styled with border in contrast, 
ripple hacka. cockuil ruffa and a flattering rolled 
collar that stands up to keep ears warm. Three 
exciting ahadcH; Mink 21. Havana • -d 
Blown. Labrador. Sizes 10 to I / 

20 r ollw’livel!. , Ka« li 9 Vr 


Russian squirrel stoles 


Muskrat-side jackets (dyed) 

Keaiherweight. co^v warm jai keis aie Ju.xt right 
for Ibis rlimaie. slip over suits nr diesaes with 
romfortahle ease Two lovely sharie-s 9 -d 
new Seatoam or lighter culors Si/rs I 
30 lo 20 collectively - riac h A a/ gy 


gjxurious 

\ tOyeilj 

l.imuur and mmfort in the>e lighiweighl. warm 
who.se beautifully mjl*h«»d blend m 

4ii shades of charcoal or brown . . Choose h^ 
• •in our sele<-tion of clutch capes, 9 -d 
Vket stoles or cape stoles I 


Wool Gloves 

Keep chilly fingers warm ihroughoui rhe win* 
ter. Colors green and blue .Sizes small. 
medium and large Special 

lit IWON'S BAY ( O.MPAN> . luwlery , main 

Silk Scarves 

Imporied pure viik wiih a rolled edge AvanMed 
designs and patter ns. O 91 

Special M for C 
HI DHON'S BAY CO.MPANY. arre^sorlea. main 

Childs' Flatware Sets — Half Price! 

2 piece child's set . . , fork and ajinon, Pmiem 
"Firal Love. ' 1 

Special i 

3Piece sel . . . knife, fork spoon. OTS 

S|teHai ^ 

1RI7 Rogers Bros silver pUUe 

Ht nsON'S BAY tX)MPA.NY. silverware. nu»in 

Children's Blouses 

Cotion. lerc kne r»r n\ Ion . . . gii Is' hli^bes wllh 
ahmi oi thiee-quarter sleeves. Peter Pan 
and button down bark. .Srzz*s 2 U ‘1 1»» 

White, blue and pmk Special X 

Hl'OSON'S BAY COMPAM. 

rhildren'a wear, 3rd 

Push Animals 

So reaUstic and »o well made l<leal stn«kli<3 
fillei* Cornea in donkes , d"g QQ^ 

and racennn Sjierlal 

HCDSON'S BAY COMPANY. toyvUle. 4lh 

Oddments o( Shoes and Rubbers 

Diea.« shoes. ra*ual« and low rublieia 
broken sl/e*. one of a kind styles 91 

A.ssorted colors. Spev lal i 

HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY 
ladles' shoes, fsshinn floor. 2nrf 

Nylon Jersey Home Frocks 

Completely washable and drip-dry. Prints In 
grev. tuiquoise and blue. »^99 

Sizes 22S in 24', - v 


• ersian Lamb Jackets 

«*ek. ftophiHlUHterl gn-y perst.in ' 
kkeis in m<indonn or r.isual fl>n 
f Sne’ll love the eiosely unleil 
{•ring grr\ ton<\ the vCuoderful 
|ss)i fashion that spans the sea 
(fia with beauty. Sizes JO IR faw h 


The HBC lalrel in every 
garment Is your guarantee 
of the finest qualify In fur 
and workmanship. 


i<t slips over suits, dresvs. itK'kiail fnwks and 
finals to touch every ensemhle with tiixui*y' 
loose from tlulrh eai>e*. t>ntliail stoles, pocket 
cajre stoles in ri*h shades of 
afoam, Havana Brown. Blark 
• hp Karh v v 


HCn.RON'S BAY COMPANY’, 
fur salon, fashion floor. 2nd 


Sparkling NEW Party 
Dresses, Just in Time 
for Christmas Festivities 


Come down early, these party-time charmers 
won t last long at this price . . . Choose 
from full-skirted, tiny-waisled models with 
short sleeves, low-cut necklines and sheaths. 
Colors and fabrics (prints, velvets, wool pas- 
tels. novelty rrepes. wool jerseys, taffeta. 
Kilkv rottonl vou love to wear. Sizes 7 to 15, 


Dresses, Topper Sets, Suits 

A go«Mi •^•Icciion of Infant**' drcvNCx In nvkn 
and mtion. also 2 pun c topper act** and Imk 
boya suM« All 'i price. OQ** 9**® 

Pricea range from _ " 

While, pink and blue, iiilant.a' ai/ej^ 

HI BSONS BAY COMPANY. 

children'# wear. 3rd 


HI O.SO.VS BAY i OMPANY. women'** drcaaea. 

faahlon fl«»or, 'ind 


urprise Him this Christmas \ 
ith a Jacket from the BAY 


Rayon Taffeta Dresses 

Prrilv liMie dir<He*« lor the 4 6 range. Puffed 
• Ireve wUh elanlir wnrl full, round lin<k with 
n*-at fitting velvet collar Button to waiat at 
the hrt» k wllh aelf bell and full C*® 

al.iit, net riinoline . . 

HI IISON'S BAY fOYIPANY. 

rhildren'a wear, Sril 

Pull-On Girdles 

77ie popular fitting fwo w ay atretch girdle. 
K.S to launder .St/e* amall. medium 91 
and large In the gionp ^**'^*1*. J" 

HI OHON'S BAY < OMPANY. 
tiiundaUona. faahlon Hoor. 2nd 

Assorted Remnants 

Make tova for Chriaimaa diapcs, ruahrona. eu-,, 
wnh theae colorful remrunia 
V.ilue*i fpirn t 9't to 3A0 \d Special, yd. OI 
Hf DHON*S BAY COMPANY, drapertea. 4th 

Card Table Covers 

Standard *-lze cover of heavy gauge, quilted, 
vinyl plaailr Plain color*, green, CQ* 
wine and blue Special OU 

HI lYWON'H BAY COMPANY, mdlona, main 

Seaforth Sentry Set 

' off .Seaforth Shave act of ahave lotion and 
c-olngne Come* In an altraclive Q9^ 

gift box 

HCDSON'S BAY C'O.MPANV, roMneUra, main 

Kitchen Terry Towels 

Soli abaofbeni nap. folorfa.*d print* make Ideal 
gift* For quicker lint free H 

drying. Size 20x.'l0 Bazh i 

Colorfast Bath Towels 

rVroiaiive aa.v>rtment of 2la44 hath towela. 
Soft fluffy cotion terry nap. they rom« CC® 
In **v*orted paatela. Special, each UO 

Terry Guest Towels 

Mirror flaw* that do not affect the quality of 
the rowel* Colorfaal arwl abaorhent. they hava 
a aofi fluffy rtap and a fringed finiah Siz> 
11*30 A*«orted paatela 1 Qd 

NpectaJ. each i ^ 

HI IHMYN’B BAY COMPANY, «Upte«. 3rd 

Boys' Fireside Socks 

Reg. 29Y and 169. Iheae coav, warm “Fuearda 
Boek*" feature knitted upper*, leather aolea. 
A’i'wined patten'* and color* Boy*' *ork *lza 
7 ind R, youth*' lork ilze. 10 *r>d II QQd 

Limit 1 per puaiomer Bperlal. pair •7*7 

HI DAONM BAY (OMPANY. boy*' wear. Mia 


Ny Ion •! I «n m y Dean 
Jacket* Lined in nylon 
flrece. Mimplctely wa-M 
ah'e and rugged, the>.e 

J. ukei* come In hlark 

A(|U,i. l''<l. while piiwdei 
tilue Aod chaitii.’*l Sl/e* 
«6 to 46. IQ Q.-r 

K. tch lO.*7»J 


k Work-Saving Guarantee 

\ Electrical Appliances 

V Regular 17.95! 11” Electric Frying Pai 

^ D_I3 — L-^-1 A D««mel«Aa Riii*nif 


Nylon Meecr Jacket* 
W«»m. comfortable, 
and w a*hable. In ircrzc. 
re<l. black. Size* .16 to 

tL. 16.95 


a Controlled heat me»n* fo«Kl I* cooked 
In perfecilon. alway*' 

• Square *hape hold* more food, and if* 
easier to i«M»k’ 

a K-*od \* lichrioua when ii » cooKe.i at 
rhe correct temp»o*iure' 

• FIrmeni I* In base frying P*n 

imniei*ed in water 

• Complete ‘viih ruoirol, lid and recifie 
hiMik' 

• 1 Year guataniee! 

RfK. H .951 . 

Combination WaHI« snd Sandwu 

Hale Price, 1 1 ®» 

ea< h * ^ 

Chrnmeplaied grill provide* dehi;lou* m 
wirhr* nr waffle* in minuie* .-A 
•month nnn*i|ck «urfare cool handle* 


.Hale price, each 


Suede Wlndhreaker — 
Ttie*.,* handsome Jacket* 
are warm, wind re»l.*irtnl 
and hard wearing Come 
In ••oini* of blue, char 
c.«al, hi own or lusi. 
Si/e* .36 16 SelMiim 


Rfg. 17.95! Pop-Up 

Chrome Toasters 

sale 1 Q®® 

Price 1 •> 

Toio-'* 2 llice* quIrKly. and to the deseed degree 
of rolof . . . RakcJuc handle* and feet, 1 year guar 
antee 

Electric Kettles 

<;nM#l looking chrome plrv'ed kelt|e* fe.<lii'e *„•;» 
m-iir Ahui Off if wa‘er h-»iU dry, ISOOwatt f.i.*i hear 
clemeni, a gtiAierung easy to clean ftniah and I year 
giiaiaritce Ketila boil* finm .1 cup* ^®® 

lo .1 quart* Kach 4 

Automatic Coffee Percolatoir 

Beautiful, practical aluminum perca feature mio 
mafic heat control that irgulateK (teiKing lime 
irolfie will never boil <»veii anri make*, from 1 Q»» 
2 to s cup* Reg 1195 Sale Price, each 

Reg. 26.95! Sandwich and Waffle Grill 

Will hake four waffle* or four **ndw|chev and the 
grill ran he uived for frying meal*, egg* or poiat've- 
rhrome finlah grea*e outlet 10** 

Sale Price 1 *7 

Ref. 7.95 Heatinf Pads 

Piovide wonrlerful warmth nn chill winter nighi*. 
raxe fired muacle*. lu'nd you off irj *leen relaxes and 
happy Rudr in elernepi he*t indunlor dial ^C** 
Pmk or hloe and green Sperlai. each O 

m DriON'S BAY (-O.MPA.NY. 9<m*ew*re*. 

lower main 


Huhurtian CnaU '2.3 only. 
Wool fiielton *«iburh/»n 
rofil* that are Mfin 
lined fome in color* of 
iight grey, beige rh.vr 
rnal .Size* .36 | Q 
46 coll F.ach I *7.*7*J 


( Sitimrhan (-oata — 

Quill lined cotton* come 
In beige or chari'oil, ate 
smart, comfortable and 
durable Size* 1 C QC 
.Y6A6. Each 10.*7»J 


J' I iffhfweight. eaxy toh.rodle Iron* have Mige capatov 
! w fe pUte lo dtambute steam easily automai^fher- 
^ moatii conirol lot dry ironing C.SA approved 

c Ref. 44.951 Portable 
< Hamilton Beach Mixer 

: Hale OS»® 

\ Prke 

% Only S3 dow n 

V Toiiahle mixer heal*, blends, mixes. ma«he*. cream*. 

whips* Ml*6r la guaranteed for live veai*. come* 
^ complete with 2 while Pvrev mixing bowl*. 

K Ref. 24.501 Ten-Cup 

i Automatic Coffeemaker 

% Hale PtW. 1 Q»9 

V each 8 *7 

Only 13 down 

^ For coffee exauilv the way ymt want H -this elecirie 
1 chrome plated sialnle*.* *tret pot yxith copper M*e 

3» aivd e*'’Vi*ive “I’nlveriMr flavor »elev.lor and 600- 


“Shag" Toata Styled 
by Freed' these lop 
qualitv coats in light 
grey betge. mid giey and 
chaicoal. .Size* QQ TA 
.36 46 F.ach 


('nflverithle rollon car 
coat* St) led hy • Freed " 
theve orlon-llned ramuUa 
come In site* 36-46. color 

29.50 


ke a hit YVlth him ,Choo*e a tackei hell enloy wear 
feel comlortahle In. and one in which he'll look hi* he*r We ll 
pleased in help ynu stflevi the right sue. color and style m 
! men a clothing depa Imeni 

HI'DHON'S BAY COMPANY, men* ekXhing. mam 





MAY 1670. 


So Hurry to the BAY for the Best Selection at Savings 


Mesh Seamfree, Reg. 1.50 

The finest mesh constn^ction to assure the 
finest wrinkle-free fit-— and no need to crane 
vour neck to check seams. Si?4^ 8‘ to 11 in 
2 shades of beige— Candy Spice (light) and 


Formal Sheer, Reg. 1.50 

F'or that mo.st special occasion when you 
\Msh the ultimate in sheer ^licacy to grace 
your legs. 6<>-gauge 15-denier. Sizes 8' ,- to 
11 in Candy Spk*e (light), Intrigue (dark), 
Brandy beige (taupe). 


Plain Seamfree, Reg. 1.50 pr. 

.Made for those who prefer plain knit con- 
struction. Knit to fit with no worry about 
crooked .seams to detract from pretty logs. 
Sizes 8‘- TO n in. 2 shades of NMge, Candy 
Spice (light) and intrigue (dark). 


I A Christmas Rose 

I For our first 500 
1 customers! 


Exquisitely dainty, dewey 
soft roses in enchanting 
sliadcs ranging from delicate 
pinks to vibrant rods. 


Walking Sheer, Reg. 1.25 

The perfect hose to meet the hazards of 
pverj’day wear. 42-gauge. .30-denier in sizes 
8* j io 11. Two shades of beige, Candy Spice 
(light) and Intrigue (dark). 


Evening Sheer, Reg. 1.25 

The perfect hose for special afternoon occa- 
j-loas — whispy she<T yet long lasting. 51 ■ 
gauge 1.5-denier, in sizes 8«.- to 11 Twc 
shades of beige. Candy Spice (light) and In 
trigue (dark). 


fi III ns<lNS <OXll’.\NV, 
2 ht»Hlrr>, iiinln 

^ cw w «a ^ M m VA 


Attractive 
Swiss Watches 

For inexpensive Gifts! 


down 


mnrtr. 1umlnou!« dtol w«un wnn 
strap and a Hear pU.Mtr hark ^»»» 
that enables >nu to . i 

run. • 

Electric Clocks 

1 Table MihU \ "lUnUnr AUrarU\e J »» 

ciockH with rsxy to read luminous -|: 

Cream color only. f'®' " 

2 Kitchen Tin. k ••Orh"-r.ay dorks to i »» 

brighten ymir kitchen with ^MyXo ren^ 

diaf Red. white and yellow. r-ach 

Cuckoo Clocks 

Made In the tamouR RUok P'oreM 
rl<xk features a dotihle weight lo give 
the finest performance. Brown only, 

Reg. $20 Carving Sets 

A wonderful Chnsimns saving on these fine BriUsh 
marie carving sets. All Ualnlew steel *^nUe fork 
sfKl Steel with genuine Meg handles 4 f**** 


Beautifully flattering 

riiiracle fabric blouses and attractive 
Orion novelty sweaters at one low price 


Smart Fabric Gloves to 
Dress Up Your 
Winter Outfit 


l-jichanting blouses' A per- 
fect complement to your fa- 
vonle skirt- Five of the very 
newest styles to choose from 
in prints or snowy white. A 
wonderful gift too— for some- 
one special on your list. In 
mli'arulous T e r y I e n e and 
oHsy-care drip dry cottons. 
Sizes 12-18. 


KnrMsh lilovas 

Kina Knglish dneskin- sn <*asv tn rlasn 

iihcv wash Ilka a dr^ami and ever v» 

fashionable White and natural in lures 

6-7S. 


Attractive high bulk or- 
lon sweaters in novelty 
styles in many of the 
most fashionable colors. 
Fully washable and 
shape retaining. A won- 
derful value at this low 
price. Sizes 14-20. Reg. 
5.95 and 7.95. 


“Cheaper by the Dozen” 

Family Smorgasbord 

That's right, the 'bigger'' >mir »hr 

more you save In the BAY'S big, prp-Chrtsimas 
treat . . Bring vnur sisters and cousins twho 
are numbered hv the riorensl and your aunts' 
And don't torget Mother and the youngsters. 
4.S0 p.m. to 7JO p.tn. 

1 person. 1.1.1 

s ipiMts. 2.20 (you save lOc) 

8 guesU. 8.30 tyou save I.Vl 
4 iniests. M (you save OOr) 

R gi*ests. 4A0 lymi save l.tJl) 

• guests 4.00 tyou save 110) 

7 guests. VIR (you save tJMI) 

R guests. .V«« tyou save 8.00) 
f) guests. 5.W (you save 4J0) 

10 guests, W (yo»» save .V.IOl 

11 guests. 0-tM (you save 0.00) 

1? giiesls. Ml (.vou save 7.001 

HI’DKON’S »AV rOMCANV. Olymptc Kormi, 

k»uer main 


Gloves for Any Occasion 

A popular aelertion of cot- 
ton. wool, and angora gloves * ^ 
In aaaorted colon. Short ^ I 
and Tong lengths available I 

SUet amaU. medium. Urge. X 


“White at Snow” High 
Bulk Orion Cardigans 

Kitten soft snowy white unbelievably ir»ei 
pensive are these full fashioned oilon 
Perfect to keep or to give at Chnatmaa Orloiw 
“easy to care for*' Iratures make a white 
sweater a prafiml sweater. White only. 


^ Attractive 

/ Cotton Print Blouses 


Fine Enifluh leather floves 

Pint quality leather glovea. 

wool lined for warmth . . . 

Choose from a number of ^ 

aitrarilve winter colon ... X 
Sim amall. medium, large 


StyM To (hr latcat trends by a Ipuding 
Canadian manufacturer Three Myles to 
choose from in attractive paisley type 
print* or white, all with short sleeves. An 
excellent value at this low- price. Sizes 
12-18. 


PLEASE TURN THE PAGE 
FOR MORE BAY VALUES 


m l»SO>*R BAV COMPANY’. 

drew arreasorWa. main 


Hi;DKOy*H lAV rOMPAVT. 

glovea, main