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Colonist's Century 


B.C/s^Century 


Vancouver Island's Leading Newspaper Since 1858 


NO. 10— 101»l YEAH 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1958 


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15 Cents a Quart 
Firesale’ Milk Price 


I ictoria s 


KKIiOWNA (CP)— A charge that a store in 
Penticton is selling milk at “fir«»tal* price*" mm 
made by Everard Clarke, manager of the North 
Okanagan Co-operative. Mr. Clarke said the store 
hi Helling milk at lit cenU a quart, ten cent* lower 
than the normal price." Proteete have been sent 
to Premier Bennett. 


Each of the 500 most needy families in Greater Victoria 
will receive $23.64 to spend as they wish, to make Christmas, 
1958, a little brighter than it might have been. 

, i . * The Colonist’s 500 Christ- 

^ * mas Fund cloned last night 

, — * W Miih a tniai of $11.819 86 

f K 1 L ' m donated in the past month by 

m M MM thousands of thoughtful and 

m y generous people All over Van* 

a / eoover Island and on the main- 


TOPPED 1BS7 

This year * total topped tha 
1957 fund mark by $2034 86; 
which means in terms of per- 
sonal items, food, and toys, nn 
extra $4 07 per family, Last 
Near each family received a 
cheque for $19 57. 

' It is particularly gratify- 
ing '• said Colonist publisher 
in times when 
monev is a little shorter than 
It normally is. to find people 
giving more generously to the 
fund than ever before. 

THANK AM. 

"On behalf of those families 
who Mill receive cheques and 
the staff of The Daily Colo- 
nist. I wish lo thank ail those 
who gave dnnailons.'* 

Cheques for each family on 
the Cqlonist Hal will he made 
up today and delivered person- 
ally lo Postmaster R. F. Reid 
by 1,10 this afternoon. 

ARRIVE M£XI)AY 

Postal offidfaK said cheques 
will reach Monday, 

or Tuesday a*. the latest 

Maynard's toy auctions yes- 
terday contributed $652 50 to 
the fund. Last year the two 
auctions of donated Christmas 
toys yielded $498.75. 

TURKEY SMOOT 

Die Victoria Gun Club an- 
nual twodny turkey shoot 
which winds up today contrib- 
uted another $250. 

Among donations received 
on the rinsing day was one of 
20 cents from a five year-old 
who asked his mother lo 
write. *T want lo give all my 
money to the poor people.** 

A patient in Kssondale 
mental hospital *ent $138. 

HAN G CAROLS 

Five youngsters in Belmont 
Park sang carols to raise 15. to 
for the fund 

Customer, of s Cook Street 
fish and chip* shop con- 
irihured S2K50 The pro- 
prteiois, Mr snd Mrs. Ri|| 
Lorketi. derided Instead of 
following their normal prae- 


Christmas shoppers found bought the lots of four and Seth Hatton 
bargains aplenty yesterday at five wrapped gifts. These went 
Maynard s auction rooms — for $2 50 and up to So. 
thanks mainly lo hundreds of All the toys were In fine 
generous people who donated condition and fit to fill any 
toys to the Colonists 500 
Christmas Fund 

All proceeds from the toy 
suction went to the 500 most 
needy families in Greater 
Victoria. 

Under skilled handling nf 
Art Roberts, Jr., 17yrarold 
amateur auctioneer, the crowd 
estimated at more than 350 
kept bidding brisk throughout 
afternoon and evening ses- 
sion*. 

Toy* were earned to buyers, 
snd the money collet -ted by a 
dozen Colonist carriers who 
volunteered ! hr ir services 
They were Rill Palomor. Rill 
McCreadie. Barry Bell.; three 
brothers, Antoine. Hubert and 
Bart Spruyt; Dave Webber. 

Jerry Ferguson, Garry Gage 
Cole. Jan White. Doug Patter 
son and Dave Mathews. 

AMONG BARGAINS 

Among bargain* were a 
girl * bike in good condition 
which sold for $8. and another 
new which sold for $12. 

A new battery-operated tov 
satellite was knocked down to 
a bidder for just $2 50. And 
brand new baseball catcher's 
mitts fetched $1 50 each. 

Probably the best bargains, 
however, went to those who 
| on the same route. 


There’ll Be More Turkeys Today 

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Novice shooter, Calvin Kemp of Princess Patricia’s Canadian 
Light Infantry proved yesterday how a Christmas turkey can he 
won. At the annual Victoria Gun Club turkey shoot. Kemp showed 
friends Arnold Ughtbody and Frank Fraser, the finer points of 
"shot -gunning." The club has already donated $250 to the 
Colonist 500 Fund and hopes to increase the amount from today’s 
shoot starting at 9 a.m. 


Toy Auction Cheque on Vtav lo Needy 

Junior auctioneer. Art Roberts Jr., who handled two brisk toy 
auctions yesterday at Maynard's, presented cheque for proceeds 
to Colonist carrier Doug Boden. right. Doug was one of 12 carrier 
boys who acted as cashiers. Hundreds of toys donated by gen- 
erous citizens went on sale. All proceeds go to the Colonist 500 
Christmas Fund for the 500 most needy families in Greater 
Victoria 


(Colonist photots.) 


MONTRKAL K’P' A sleek 
Comet IV carrying 50 passen 
gem left last night on a non- 
stop flight lo London hoping 
lo »et n new Montreal London 
commercial air service record 
of six hours, 48 minute*. 

The same aircraft set a re- 
cord Friday on It* 3,540 mile 
trip from London to Montreal 
when It inaugurated commer- 
cial jet service between Britain 
and Canada. Flying time was 
nine hour*. 15 minute* - two 
hours levs than that of BOAC's 
turbo-prop Britannia airliner* 


CAPF. CANAVERAL Fla j Tha huge weapon* first- 
jtAPi — An air force Titan stage propulsion shut off auto- 
fiz/led on the launch pad manc#||y whPn a malfunction 
Saturday on the first atlempi 

to launch the newest and developed after Ignition, 
potentially moil powerful U S. Missilemen described Titan 
war rocket a* more "sophisticated" than 

A ball of orange fire spurted Atlas which became 

f,,, m -he tail of the *> foot America* h.gge.l satellite 

ICBM -Just after the count- ,wo d * y * 
down reached zerf. But the 
Titan Just sat there wreathed 
in cloud* of black smoke 
This wn* the debut of the 
f ie .1 “second |t 

lion missile*" being developer! 

In an accelerated program 

limed *' c atching and pitting 

the Russians 


MADRID ll.iPD— The Span acknowledged "the existence 
ish government yesterday abroad" of illegal. Spanish- 
broke a tw'o-wcek old official owned hank accounts and 
silence and admitted ihr ex stock holdings. It added that 
istenco of what well inf onned nn undisclosed number of per 
source** here labelled Spain’* torts, including "a Swiss 
worst financial scandal of the ibanki agent,’’ had been ar 
century. * rested. 

A brief official not* Hut the note fell short of 


MRS. ELIZABETH DUNCAN 
, , , five time* wed 


Witch Screamed 
‘ Assassin * Said 


fVt is Christ mas Day 
Really Sept. 29? 

(Page 7) 


Seething Rerlin 
Red Problem 

(Page 2) 


Fraser Frogman 
Fnds Fine Today 

(Page $) 


Russia in Footsteps 

9/ Hitler's 1935 Policy 

(Names in News. Page 3 1 


I nrwinianc SANTA Barbara, caitr. 

Ltdlldllldlla ,A ' , Authorities sought 

^ some rlue Saturday to where- 

| about* of the victim of an 
■ I | I ! alleged cloak-anri dagger-ty pe 

k 3 p 1 murder plot. 

Missing was Mr*. Olga Dun- 
: '-an. 30. Polk* charge that 
— ^ a | her mother-ln law. Mr*. Ellca- 

1 £ . krt beth Duncan. .5-4. and two hired 

|| V W.llllffl assassin* seized the vounger 

j woman from her apartment 

d late one night. 

KEY WEST, Fla. I API A Officer* grilled witnesses. 
Wisconsin man *aid yesterday Irving to pin down a p..**!hle 
h. wa* jailed and mistreated area whe.e they could *earrh 

* 1 ... for the missing woman or her 

by Cuban government Interro- 

gator* who may still be hold CMAR<>KM n| KD 
Ing two > anadians Charges of conspiracy to 

Eugene Ertman. 24, told the commit murder and conapir- 
Key West Citizen that Donald acy to kidnap have been filed 

Paquette and EasU.^ Clark, * wwl{w Baldon.do 25 and 
both Of Niagara on the Lake, { U|J| Moya n p^,,, (or Mrh 
Ont. •!*> questioned waa **t a , juXJ.OOO. 

while he wa* being grilled and I a lengthy complaint, filed 
b^ien. by district attorney Vern 

He said he believe* the pair Thomas, charges that the oft 
. . married mother • in • law wa* 

were itUl being held when , 0 , roduc ^, lo gal don a do and 

Cuban authorlt»ea put him on Moya after *he asked a rafe 
a plan* Thursday for Key owner to obtain snmebod> to 

help kidnap and kill Olga 

_ ‘ .... .. Duncan The complaint say* 

trtm.n .. h.W ««r.l 

. tfHirwt H. h, w-nl Ol,. . dr.lh ,nd Mr. 

n , B ht clubbln, In lo., ; f,„ nr . n |rt , , h , 

hi* money and wa* trying to m ^ , (f . 

hitchhike to the home of a v 

friend when soldier* aeired ^AMK AC< T'R ATH>N 
|lii sad held him lor two The tf - * mm 

i plaint contend* that Mrs. Dun harbor, 


Murder Plot 
(Hues Sought 


Death ft on t H ait 
For \ ital Reunion 

(Page 15) 


Rirthd'.ontrol Pill 
Proves Success 

(Page 5) 


Page 

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_ * Sport 

_ H Television 


(nniir* — — . 

Finsmlal New* 
Garden Notea 
Radio Program* 


Don ’t Feel Guilty, Santa 
Give Toys Children Like 


pitch for educational 


Dt RHAM. N.C. I AP» — At Duke Unlvemlty child psyche- again*! expecting an equal re ' aale* 

ntinn Santa Claus: her* . lofl*t. » urn In love and enthusiasm toy*, 

me adv.ee from s psycho Don 1 M Christmas gifts to morn4nf , f fn bu>inc thf f 
gist. children represent s form of prf .^ nta> thay re really been , oyt 

Don t feel guilty about leav- seif Indulgence on the part of satisfying their own personal dren 

g pleasure giving toys. It’s the adulia " emotional needs, warns Dr. wanii 

>t ter than leaving educa Fall to follow thi* advice. McHu « h - ah* 


PINPOINT BODY 

Polif* Capt A C. W’ade said 
official* were trying to pm 
point possible Wirallon of Mr* 

Duma ns body before they 
attempt a search A street 
paving prnp-ct near the mis* 
mg woman* apartment was 
ordered suspended 

The two men charged denied 
any knowledge of the case. * from Dr. Geloio McHugh, 1 







CAPITAL 
IRON & 
METALS 


Reds Sit on Ponder Keg 


2 Bail# (Enlmtlfll Victoria, E.C., Sw.. Dw. 11, 1*5* 


With G. E. Marti more 


WASHINGTON I tff*I> — * pooler keg In East Ger agreed that 
Seething unrgH In East Ger- main and be willing in soften 
many may lores* the Kuwmtn* their attitude on reunification 
to negotiate in good faith for if they tan get a guarantee 
reunification nf Germany if against Herman militarism 
they wish to avoid a disaster. However, the Western Allies 
official sources said yesterday, aro expected to insist that any 


OME Metehosln folks are nlarmeri because 
William Head is lo be turned into a prison 


ould aid Russia In event of 


ret ary of State Dulle* believe* precedinl by *ome indication 
the Snvipt Union may well from Moscow that the Nov. 27 
have the choice of withdraw ing Berlin note was not an uifi 
its 22 divisions from East Ger- malum Thex are said to be 
many nr risking a serious llun- adamant on the point that they 
garian type explosion Iherr 

Manx Oft I- hen* think under the threat of an ultl 

mounilni fLunUut trouble* In mature. 

East Germany were behind 
Nikita Khrushchev'* Nov. 27 
note to the Western Allies ce 
minding that they pull their 
forces out of West Berlin. 

Dulles and the foreign minis- 
ters of Britain and France de- 
cided at Paris, with NATO 
approval, tn reject the Russian if. 
demand. Bui the Western Big « 

Three are reported ready tn *1 
give the Russian premier a f‘ 
facesaving “nut" another op Jj 
portuillty to agree to re- *■ 
unification of Germany under * 
free elections on a basis which a 
wit not place 'he Soviet Union 
at any military disadvantage <s 
Dulles and his colleague* 5 
believe Khrushchev or others | 
in the Soviet hierarchy must g 
he Increasingly aware of the g 
fact that Russia is sitting on « 


One of their Arguments is that William Head 
is too pleasant a place for prisoners. 

Jail Is not supposed to 1* a holiday resort. But 
if I were inside looking out. 1 think the view and 
the sea breeze would inspire me to behave myself 
and finish my time as quickly as possible, sp that 
I could he free to roam around such a beautiful 
country. 

On the other hand. Ihe view mipht en courage 
mp to go ov er 
I have never 
Neither have most ol 


Soviet Union 

The Russians would have no 
part of the deal *• that lime* 
But many official* including 
Dulles, are reported to believe 
will not negotiate anything (ha , 1hrw . yPars nf increasing 

iimible* In East tin many may 
have made Ihe Kremlin more 
The Western allies offered willing to listen to reason 
so me lime ago lo pionnae Ihe 

Hu-slans that If a reunified The word "hull" comes from 
Germany achieved by free the old AngloSaxon •‘cnlltan.** 
elections decided to be a mem meaning threads woven hy 
her of NATO, it would be hand. 


Designed to Hunt and kill Suh 


surface. The 260-foot Tullibeo. now 
under construction in Groton. Conn., 
will displace 2.175 tons, making it the 
smallest atomic sub yet built. 


Artist’s conception of the undersea 
killer Tullibee, the first nuclear sub- 
marine designed to seek out and 
destroy other submarines beneath the 


the fence. But I don't know, because 
been confined in a penitent iary. 
,f the people of Motchosin. They 

don’t know how it feels. 

Their opinions might change if they had done 
some lime. 

Is it part of a prisoner’s punishment, to stare 
at bleak stone walls that shut out the sunlight? 
Maybe. But L suspect that the dark, cold atmos- 
phere of the old-fashioned sort of prison makes a 
man feel more stubbornly anti-social than he was 
when he entered. 

Sunlight, sea and green grass, as viewed 
fhiough h fence, might be factors in the conver- 
sion or criminals into honest men. 

But I doubt that the petitioners of Metchosln 
are much interested in helping prisoners to go 
straight. 

* * * 

The powers have decided to fake a Christmas 
holiday from their task of trying to reach an 
agreement on banning nuclear tests. 

A friend, calling this to my attention, was 
horrified that the powers had taken time out from 
such a vital job. 

But l couldn't share his alarm. International 
conferences now appear to be mainly festivals of 
propaganda, prestige tournaments in which eaih 
side tries to show the other in a bad light. 

The idea of bargaining in the hope of reaching 
agreement is far out of date. Not much harm can 
result from adjourning a conference which was 
hollow and futile from the start. 

If the nations continue to behave in th» way, 
the world as we know it is undoubtedly doomed. 
Yet there are no signs that they will change. The re 
doesn't seem lo be anything an ordinary citizen 
can do. except watch with as much amusement as 
he can muster, or pray. 


Khrushchev Move Seen 


Russians Hatching 
Summit Proposal 


Many observer* believe 
Khrushchev will suggest plac 
ing the German question on a 
new fooling within the frame 
work of global disarmament. 


MOSCOW i Reuters' - Frestl ably 
Soviet proposals on Ger- men 
many's future probably will nati< 
be made at a session nf the ture 
Supreme Soviet starting on 
Monday, according to diplo- 
matic quarters here. 

It will he the first session 
of Russia* parliament since 
last March, when Soviet sus- 
pension of nuclear tests was 


VISIT 
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TAYLOR'S 


KEEP 

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ON ' CAPITAL ' 
FOR UNUSUAL 
SAVINGS 


Before Talks Can Resume 


Some observer* here believe I IPIIIl I l' 
Premier Khrushchev will pro JL VF1*P ^ J A* 

pose an East-West summit *+ 

conference before next may. 

As on alternative, he might of- lw T - - fl 

ter lo meet President Essen- AHT w ' /~ k 

hnwer for private talks on WW ^ J 

Berlin and other International ¥ 
issues. 

K..mgn affairs will hr »v •*«*«» « HICHTOWKR 
taken up In the Utter part of WASHINGTON (APi— ' The 
the Supreme Soviet session. United States, Britain and 
which Is expected tn last four France will *end notes lo Mox- 
days. First, there will be a de cow in the next 10 days de- 
bate on domestic Issues such mnndlng that Premier Khrush- 
as economic largeta, Ihe bud chev drop hi* six month Berlin 
get and educational reform. ultimatum as a condition for 
There 1* no doubt a lively opening East West negotiations 
debate will he held on Ihe on the whole range of German 
Khrushchev plan for eight reunification problems, 
years of education, followed U.S. official* said Saturday 
by three years of training in they are anxious to have the 
factory nr farm. note delivered by the first of 

The plan is designed to pro the year so that if Khrushchev 
ducr a nation of super tech ni has any counterproposals for 
dans ar 1 farmers who would a resolution of the Berlin crisis 
combine their effort* to over he can Mind ihem to Washing- 
take capitalist xlandaids of ion by his troubleshooter. First 
living. Deputy Premier Anastas I. 

After the domestic Issues Mikovan. 

.ire deha led. the deputies prob- Mikoyan plans lo come heie 


SHIPS’ 

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RINGI 

PENDANTS 

EARRINGS 

NECKLETS 


In the first two weeks of Jan- 
uary and is expected to falk 
with President Eisenhower. 
Secretary of State Dulles, and 
perhaps Vice President Nixon 
and other officials. 

Diplomats speculated further 
that he also probably would 
w*m to talk with some Demo- 
cratic leader* Just as Sen. 
Humphrey talked recently with 
Khrushchev. 

Present estimate is that 
Mikoyan'* primary purpose is 
to start a drive for L'.S. loans 
to finance a greatly rxpanded 
trade between this country and 
the Soviet Unmn. 

He stands to gain whether 
this mission succeed* nr falls 
If he is able to open up trade 
channels. Russia could t buy 
large quantities of goods it 
needs for Its rapid economic 
expansion. aimed at over- 
taking US. production. If he 
Is rebuffed, his government 
I can make a great propaganda 
play against the U S. 

Mikoyan may talk of other 
subjects Even If Khrushchev 
did not decide to send him for 
secret negotiations on the Ber- 
lin crisis, he could still use 
him to convey his own private 
views to Eisenhower on what 


Neve shipi' lanterns, 6” 
fcigfl. wired t or electric- 
ity, Masthead. item, 
i larboard and port 
lights 


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VANCOUVER (CP» Liberal general election xxa* held. He 

leader Arthur Laing says the '•*‘ d » shoilUl » iavr xh / ,wn 
r» . j-i .. mote because of the enfran 
*52 "‘ l ,n Rowitand- Troll of ] 9 year*oldi. 

^ which returned a Social Credit ' people who didn't vote in 
< w memiier to the legislature in IfFifi were struck off Obvious- 
55 0 byelect ion Monday. I* in "tor ] V *’ uh “ c a P* ,h y ,B h, « h " 

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in change the result of the bv 1 

,is r " s: " , ’ n ' ,ound ,h,y *'"* n0 ' A ‘Monstrosity’ 

x "h on the voter*' list and east hal J 

i>« •* lots under a section of the act VANCOUVER it Pi — B.C. 

I:" w htch permit* wnregi*t*r«i d0 

««<• . . . , nounced the government super- 

voters to place their votes in vUw , Mrlk# vo|p „ » mon . 

• sealed envelopes nnd sign de sfroxlty" designed to destroy 

claintions of eligibility. their union and called for Us 

; ;; Mr Laing said a few of these abolition. 

• *x ballots were munted, the resi ^ resolution passed unanl 

I '* sent unopened to Viriorla to mously at the convention of 

be burnefi Local 171 of the IWA de 

,Z- "If Is notable that Iherr mande«l deletion of the section 
*•* were so many . . , that had ol the Labor Relations Act 

• mm they In-on valid, a different dealing with government super - 

MLA could have been elected vised strike votes. 

... If I* a travesty on demo- 

— rr «fy to ^ jvllh a cannons made of tough 

ballot under Section Wand , rM(hor wrrp lJ , rf1 hy Nrw EnR . 

!<*«• have li thrown away 1 ,,^ p, onPrr , tn defend them- 

.... Social Credit candidate Don ^vea against Indians. 

*«* Brothers, wllh 3.129 votes. 

v won bx .383 votes over CCF tJMXMWivaiencMBNMSWIWSV 
' candidate F. E. Devito. Liberal g 

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Cloudy and mild. 


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Dutch Treat 
For Christmas 


Auctioneers in 


England - many of them man continued, “our total tiques, and were less than 
impoverished by 20th-century stale* have been Just over three month* into the anason." 
inheritance taxes combing £3,000,000. The London antique dealer* 1 

through their accumulated Now we've already sold season runs from October to 

over £2,000,000 worth of an- the end of July. 


LON DON < A P > — Someone 
paul £1,575 for an empty Ink 
stand here the other day. A 
wool tapestry went for £10.500. 
A writing table brought 
£35,000. 

Antique dealers are among 


posscsMims (nr salable items. 
CO.MK FROM I'A 

But many of the collections 
on sale rame from America. 


Christmas will be extra -special this year at the 
home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Feika, 2835 Colquitz. 


beautiful things need not 
BE COSTLY 


from Sydney. Australia; and 


year*, Mrs. Feika, her mother 
and father, her stater and three 
brothei « will be together for 
the festive season. 

FIJCW OVER POLE 

The parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
A K. Pruim Mampay of Dor 
wrerht, near Rotterdam, flew 
over the North Pole one night 
this past week. 

Mr. Pruim Mampay'* visit 
tn this country has a double 


after another buyers have 
been rushing in to bid for their 
stork in-trade. 

The demand in the last 10 
weeks has been unprecedented. 
Buyers and sellers from all 
over the world have been 
flocking to London for the 
daily auctions at antique 
houses. 

VALUABLE PAGES 

Four page* from one of 
Beethoven's sketch hooks went 
for £3,700. A Flemish prayer 
book sold for £31.000. 

The opportunity to cash in 
on family treasures has 
senl Ihe great old names of 


New York." explained an offi- 
cial at Sotheby's, a leading 
auction house. 

•That fact alone would help 
to explain why London has 
become the centre of the inter- 
national art trade." 

Sotheby's and Christie* are 
Ihe tw'o most distinguished 
auctioneer* in Britain. 

KM 'OK IT DAY 
A recent single day’s sale at 
Sotheby's brought £326.400, a 
record for a privare collection 
of book* and manuscript*. 

"In each of the last two 
seasons," the house's spoke* 


ward's for a com 
plete service withlr 
the means of every 
family. 

Specializing In 
air shipment* 
around the 
world 


O. W, "Wally, M who lives here 
in Victoria. All the brother* 
have dropped the second half 
of their surname, and are 
known Just as Pruim. 


PAUL HENRI SPAAK 

.... 1935 all over 


ARTHUR LAING 
. . no concrete bed 


HAYWARD’S CHAPEL 


7.34 BKOIJGHTON — EV S-S614 

Bruce M. Leyden. Manager; Hayward Family, Director* 

Increaapd Supervised Parking 


Beside* seeing his children 
gain, and some grandchildren 
>r ihe first time, he plans 
> spend a year on this con 
many as 


Mnent visiting as 
possible Of Ihe people w.io have 

llnn-rf "" m H ° IUn " I'.ul H-nrl S„ 

TO W KIT. sc.RIKS Rus.t.'s 

When *hia home city news lion* m ihe Berlin crisis with 
paper hpa.'l he * * .* mining lo "Holer's policy 
North America, he was asked Legislator from Britain 
In rjo i *erie* of article* on France W'est Germany, Italy 
the emigrant.* what they're Belgium. Holland and Luxem 
doing and how they like their hnuig applauded as Spaak said 

n reference to West Berlin: 
We cannot ahandnn 2,500,000 


six month* Imprisonment for 
sending "immoral" photo- 
graphs of Italian actresses, in- 
cluding "stills" from a 1951 
"vophla toren movie, lo Ihe 
United States 


Drought Mile Hurd 

HONOLULU i AP»— Pacific 
army headquarters refiorted 
yesterday Okinawa is suffer- 
ing the worst drought in 16 
year* The army is using 
water-tank iruckx to deliver 
30.000 gallons of drinking 
water daily to the civilian 
population. 


A antes 


VANCOUVER - Bill Black, 
president of the British Co- 
lumbia Federation of Labor, 
said Friday proposal to re- 
place conciliation by indus- 
trial courts, made to the pro- 
vincial cabinet by the Building 
and Construction Industrie* 
Exchange, "would only bring 
about industrial chaos." 


News 


"The people at home are 
Concerned." Mr. Pruim Mam 
pay said "because the letter* 

They receive from those out 
Jtere fell such different stone* 

JSom* write complaining of 'hr process we knew from 
condition*. For other* the 1933. 1 find in 'be current ar 

story told is of a promised ,,on of - Sov,rl Russia a -ink 

knd • ing reminder of that which 

ua* ukasacs »’■* •« the beginning Hitler's 

Man MEk*A(,k policy." 

"For all of thrm. in their * « * 

hew North Amen, an home*. HASLEMERE, England 
I have a message," said the Mr « Bcmlev 39 v ear 

correspondent. 

j “Mix and mingle, 1 will ad 
irlae them You ha\e chosen 
1*> make your homes m a new 
land. Now, accept ihe ways 
jthe customs, particularly the 
h, of this new land ' 

£ Sharing their Christmas 
Jiere will he Mr* Marga Pel 
Tea s sister, Mr* Ben Hasxel 
berg of San Francisco and her 
three children, and the three 


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CANTERBURY. England — 
Cornelius Davie*, who likes lo 
spend Christmas in tail, 
kicked in the glass wall of an 
outdoor telephone booth yes- 
terday and got the number he 
wanted a prisoner's serial 
number Same offence has 
heen Davies’ ticket in Jail, for 
two month* each lime. In ihe 
last two Decembers. 


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died here Friday 


FRANKFURT. Germany — 
Pie. Mils Presley Saturday 
picked up a high powered Ger- 
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bed "Presleywagen," and hun- 


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other member-* of the Royal woods for a tree, but car 
Family will leave London trouble* on snowy road* cost FREE DEMO* 
Monday afternoon for Sand him 5296 30. 

rlngham, Norfolk, where they * * * pure C| 

will spend Christmas. OLDS. Alia. — Frederick ClfICO Cl 

* a * -lames Nlddrie. Social Credit 1122 Blannhard 

ROME Georg* Mlrhalke, a member of the Alberta legis coMrt.rr« stOci 
G erman photographer living lafure for Oid*. died In hos and acci 

in Italy, ha* been sentenced lo pita) Friday al 69 


9 p.M- 

TVJtS°^ 


Victoria market hulldlng will 
he empty * year from now, 
whether thr City tears It down 
for a parking lot or not, Leslie 
Cannon, superintendent, pre- 
dicted here yesterday. 

lie said business has dwindled 
in the past few year* until 
more than half the stall* are 
now empty. 

Referring to city council's 
decision to tear down the build- 
1 ing. Mr. Camion said he had 
The heard such rumor* for 25 
iroh years, "though they're closer 
eml- jo it lhan ever now " 

•e lo "Who say* the stall-holder* 
k -e years before an atomic have to be out by March?" he 
ane of similar capacity can «nked. “It * Just a rumor." 

. ready. The stall owners are drawing 

And it may be two or three up * petition in an eftort to 
■mi before the 2.n0fi-mllea- * a ve the building where many 


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spring »e*t and upholstered beck. At- 
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brown and green. SPECIAL 


BRAND NEW SHIPMENTS JUST ARRIVED 


• Prenatal Music Leaaona 

• Stealing 

If a mother play* * must 
Instrument or sing* be- 
e her child I* horn will It 
p to make the youngster /Tw 


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Lustrous raynn figured 
•ilk* wool and rayon tar 
tans, plain shades with 
attractive piping. Small, 
medium, laige and over- 
size. 


SLACKS 


Sparkling new patterns . . . 
pre- shipment of next sea- 
son'* shirts. Your oppor- 
tunity to give next year's 
styles now. 


Another pre season sr- 
nvsl in time for gift buy- 
ing . . * the greatest 
array of fresh wool wor- 
sted slacks in greys, 
browns, blues. 


No you can't give music 
•non* to an unborn child. 

Are some children Just 
»rn atrmlers? 

. No To the average young 
er the easiest way to get 
imething is to take it. Any 
her process seems to him a 


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Crucifix 


"An Independent Vetra/Mper, 

The Organ of J Vo Clique or Party ’ 

SETH HALTON, Publisher SANDHAM GRAVES, Editor -In-Chtel 

Published every morning ***** Monday by the (oh. nisi Publishers LkL 
st SCSI Douglas Street. Victoria, ®-C* 

KI NUAY. DECEMBER Si. MA 


Canadian, and Right 

F ROM times when it. earliest 

•C settlers spread outside the Hud- Great€r victoria, has come this 

ion’s Bay fort and took up residence wanyi |y human response to the 

In the wilderness, this has been a urgen t needs of the season. The 

sentient reflective and kind-hearted Colonist 500 Fund is only a j»ai 
^ntitnt m.eci generous public expression, but 

SS® - — 
SrSiS r S“ g S« - 

SSSS2 i 

see? s 

Canada was developed In that me wnoie . T ySr\ mtM%mm ii* t u better 

a few hardv souls settled to make this Christmas a litue * , nj 

E£ rSHriKit rai'SSS i 
Bav^'^SiS rSKSSwa! I 

course. So it is eveni now. FromJ the b ^ Thisisthe long-established. ( 

oldest to the youngest, from those In or It ims is me « ■ 

literally every walk of life, from Canadian way. 

Victoria Boat Show I 


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In the Indian Cemetery, West Saanich 


Plvrfo * CECIL CLARE 


01 m a King n an aiuiua. - mpnt a n^arket wmen laueny n»s 

Van-Isle Kinsmen Club appears to a || others in rate of expan- 

have picked a sure winner. Seattle's 5 j on Not enough is known either 
boat show has grown to be one of the about the beautifully designed and 
year’s biggest events in the Pacific finely finished boats 
Northwest attracting visitors from available from the United Kingdom, 
all pari?* the region. Canadian ns Hern will be an excellent opportunity 
well* as American. There is no reason for Canadian anri British m »nufac- 
whv a similar display should not do Hirers to display their skills in com- 
uniaEhfar Vlr*£» petition with the more widely pub- 

A well-organized marine ex- licizcd American items 
hibition here, at the gateway to A boat show has an irresistible ap- 

some of the finest pleasure water- peal for most people, and in plan- 
ways in the world, would not only ning one for Victoria the Kinsmen 
act as a drawing card for thousand, will find encouragement of a tend- 
nf v/icitnr« hut r I so would serve as a ance the least of their problems. 


Thinking Aloud 

. of shoos— *nd ships — and seal- 
ing wax —of cabbages and kings.’’ 

By TOM TAYI/JR 

W HETHER you behove the Star 
of Bethlehem was a super- 
natural guide to the Wise Men or 

_ simply a supor- 

, ;: f 1 nova that increased 
fr Us tight power by 

1 ? ; explosion, there 
K t ran be small doubt 

of the grace of the 
t ~Jm Yuletlde season. It 

is about now, as 
Christmas Day ap- 

voices quieten and 
people take on a gentler look The 
mere fact that one is supposed to be 
full of goodwill at this time seems to 
work a miracle and people do soften 
their acrimonies. Briefly at least the 
Christian tradition Is uppermost. 


Letter from London 


Police System Under Searchlight 


By RICHARD L/THOMAS 



Ml »»«x " w. •«. 

act as a drawing card for thousand* 
of visitors hut also would serve as a 
show-window for British Columbia 
industries. Not nearly enough is gen- 


It would-be impossible to keep people 
away. 


A Woman PM! 

A*jxn as a a; k aa? sras 

, JL™ nrimp minister- or the their eminence, perhaps because in 


a woman prime minister; or the 
United States a woman president 


other realms the feminine touch is so 


*h" question could te stretched decisive. There is no guarantee that 
hrthe? " embrace political leader- this balance will always continue, 
ship of other countries. Not sinre however. Just recently women have 
monarchies ceased to be absolute has breached 'he austcra portals of he 


a female hand been at a national 
helm. . _ 


House of Lords, a circumstance which 
invites the thought that anything 


It is pointed out that in Canada, could happen, 
as in Great Britain, there has never The journal in nuestior _ n 
been more than a handful of women eludes that women show no sign of 
legislators in any one parliament, and challenging man s dominant of 
this in spite of the fact that women political field, but it should not he 
voters outnumber men. Nor has a too sure. One suspects that L ‘L JTho 
cabinet had more than one lady as a really took it jJ? 

minister at a time so thoy could readily fill parliament 

Quite obviously, therefore, this is with members of their own sex and 
a man’s world as'far ns public office install a woman prime minister into 
Is concerned. That may be the rea- the bargain. 


Why Chooae Vancouver? 

, . . There Is anolher phase of the y 
royal commission silling* which does not 
go down very well with the people whom ^ 
the BC. Tower Commission serve*. Why { 
was the commission called to sil In Van- ^ 
couver? t 

Vancouver Is not even In an area ? 
■rived by the BC. Power Commission, 
Tills rommluinn ahould *ll In the main 
centres nerved by the power commission 
■o that aubmiaslons could be made dl 
rectly. Why should It be necessary tor 
areas Interested In the problem to go oul- 
aide a BC Power Commission territory 
to make the submission T 

_WXST rn*«T 1BTIK1TI 

Let’s See Now 

Add reaming the Board of Trade In 
Kamloops recently the provincial high- 
ways minister said that there was a 
planned attack against the Social Credit 
go v ernment- We don't believe there la 
but there could be. 

Hr said, “Some day the public will 
aee what's going on.” We would like to 
•ee now. Mr. Gaglardt. not some day. 

. . . And while we are on this mat- 
ter, how about the truth with regard* 
to the Campbell River development 
arhemeT 

Thefre 1* no need for any planned at 
tack to dlacredlt die Social Credit gov- 
rmment -of BC aa the government It- 
self is doing a hang up Job In thla respect 
The problem facing the thinking people 
of B.C. Is how the damage will be re- 
paired after the government haa de 

stroyed Itself. 

• _ cimtmu amt a roraira 

Tr*iU Common to AH 

NoimtfcmoMty or race haa a monopoly 
of any human quality or personality 


trait, good or bad. because these are 
human qualities, common to all humans 
wherever you find them. 

Many Immigrants are superficially 
different because they have different cul- 
tural backgrounds from us. because they 
are still not sure of themselves In a new 
country with a new language Some of 
them are on the defensive All of them 
are acting exactly as we would act if we 
were to put everything that wan familiar 
behind ua and move to find a new life 
In a new counfry. 

If we keep this in mind and try to 
accept these new Canadians as w* would 
like them to accept ua were our posi- 
tions reversed. It would be much better 
for all of us. 

-UnnMITS CBiOUOi 

Up in the Air 

There ia an uncertainty In the air 
above Patricia Bay Airport Since It w a* 
first mooted that the service between the 
Vancouver Island international airport 
and the mainland fnlght at some future 
date he operated by an airline other than 
TCA there ha* been a live curiosity ex- 
pressed in many quarters a* to the suc- 
cessor of the company which Inaugurated 
the run. 

The shippers of cut flowers on 
Saanich Peninsula are fearful that any 
change might bring heavy Increase* In 


A few days ago. in the midst of 
the secular part of the Yuletide cele- 
brations. you might have been filled 
with different emotions as you 
wrestled with the annual ordeal of 
Christmas cards. The lists grow 
larger each year even though culled 
from time to time, and often enough 
there is a sense of unreality about 
some of the card exchanges And yet. 
once the envelopes are addressed *nd 
stamped and ready to go. peace and 
satisfaction descends on the soul. 
Thla may derive from knowledge of a 
task performed, but nevertheless it 
dovetails into the calmness of spirit 
belonging to the reason. 

* * * 

It was more of a quiz than « 
Christmas item but at a house party 
last week one of the queries was the 
names of the Twelve Apostles, and 
light away I wished 1 were back at 
Sunday School, where. I imagine. I 
had the names off by heart. This time 
I hadn't. Incidentally. If you want to 
check the Twelve the best place l* the 
Bible Itself, at Matthew 10:2 I; en- 
cyclopedias are apt tn confuse the 
issue because of the Apostles outside 
the inner circle. 

* * ♦ 

Sunday School i* a far-olf memory 
for yours truly, and Us recollection is 
compounded of chapter recitations 
and Band of Hope nights when an 
orange and a bun in a paper bag 
rather vied with the Apostles for at- 
tention. bui what a fine foundation 
nevertheless. Children brought up in 
Ignorance of David and Jonathan, of 
Peter and Paul, of the Israelites and 
the Philistines, et al, go through life 
with a huge gap In their knowledge. 
Not to know something of the Bible 
narratives, even merely In terms of 
literature. Is to be out of step with 
tha civilization we have Inherited. 


T IE House of Lords has suggested 
an inquiry into British police 
administration. There is little doubt 
that the present _ 
system I I archaic ■ 
and the main ques 
linn is what to 
prc.sei ve and what 
to discard. While j 
Biitain does not go i 
lo the limits of i 
some areas in Can- i 
ada with one and 

two men police 

forces, there are still some very 
small units— the smallest consisting 
nf little more than 100 officer* and 
men. 

The Metropolitan police force Is 
the only government-controlled body 
of police In the country and It is. 
of course, the largest with an 
establishment of some 20,000 officers 
and men and an actual force of a 
little over 16.000. It polices the 
London metropolitan area with the 
exception of the City of London, 
which has Us own city police. Else- 
where in the country the police are 
administratively controlled by coun- 
tie* or boroughs through a watch 
committee or "police authority” 
consisting of local councillor* and 
aldermen. 

This Is the system which at 
llie moment is being challenged. 
Theoretically, if not In practice, the 
local committee controls the appoint- 
ments. promotions and administration, 
and the only public safeguard is the 
right of intervenUon by the Home 
Office and ihe reports of Home 
Office inspector* of constabulary who 
are responsible for seeing that all 
forces attain to certain minimum 
standards. 


The position has been further 
complicated by the extravagant 
demand* of modem crime detection. 
For many smaller forces the pro- 
vision of science labors lories, radio 
control and aimilar bAsic police 
requirements would be an Intoler- 
able burden. The Home Office pays 
half Ihe cost of these services. 

It is not a simple problem. The 
aim Is to ensure not only that local 
law enforcement is impartial but is 
seen lo be impartial, and there la 


Time Cantule . . . 


always an inference that where a 
force Is controlled by a group of I 
local business men there is a pass!* < 
bllity of abuse. On the other hand 
there is a very strong objection to 
a national police force on the ground 
that it would be wide open to an 
unscrupulous government to create a 
police state. 

As things are. a local police con- 
stable. with the support of his police 
authority, is not compelled to act on 
the instructions of anyone else. There 
have, for example, been cases where 
socialist-controlled authorities have 
ordered police not to intervene in 
industrial disputes, and them have 
been cases where a chief constable 
has defied the authorities on the 
ground that he was sworn in to 
preserve law’ and order. The Home 
Secretary can do nothing about it — 
except In retrospect. He may have 
certain powers after an event: for 
example he could suspend a chief 
constable over the heads of the local 
police authority If he failed in his 
duly, but he would have lo fall first. 
He could suspend the government 
contribution to the police authority 
- but if he did he would meiely 
accentuate inefficiency. Local auton- 
omy I* in fact reasonably secure. 

* * a 

There is evidence for example, that 
local authorities do on occasion exert 
pressure on the police when it comes 
to parking If it affects local business; 
there is some evidence, hut not much, 
that pressure ia sometimes exerted 
when prominent local figures are 
Involved, usually in comparatively 
trivial casea. There is no suggestion 
of any improper conduct where 
serious crime Is concerned it usually 
concerns offences wilh automobiles, 
being drunk and Incapable and 
matters like that, and there is a 
presumption that policemen who 
Ignore the pressure are prejudiced 
when it comes to promotion. 

Since the war there has been a 
tendency to regionalize the local 
forces. Several of Ihe smaller coun- 
tie* have amalgamated for police 
purposes, and many small hotough 
forces have been absorbed by roun- 
tiea. The suggestion now ia that 
completely independent authorities 
should be set up lo control the police 


and that they should be appointed 
by the government with the advice 
of local committees in the sama 
way that Justices of the peace are 
appointed. It would provide soma 
comptomlse between the dangers of 
a state force and the abuses of a local 


By C. E. Mart i more 


Longboat Wins Marathon 


Perhaps «ny ears have been muffled 
hut the carols do not seem to have 
been so obvious this year Sometime* 
the rirolling begins so early, espec- 
ially by crooner* and record players, 
as to blunt their Peauty by the time 
Christmas week arrive*. One becomes 
sated even with Gasper. Melchoir and 
Beltha/ar. the king* whom legend as 
well as rami ascribes as the Wise Men 
who bought gifts to Bethlehem. 
Theirs, if you pursue thejhvpsths of 
the Magi. I* a fascinating story, *"d 
ton premature and raucous a vocal 
emphasis dilute* It* magic. 

* ♦ * 

I heard Dean Whitlow tell beauti- 
fully the legend of a fourth Wise Man 
of whom ihe carols do not sing, hut 
who exemplified the spirit of Christ- 
mas giving. He also sel out to follow 
a star to the Christ-Child, hut In turn 
he came upon srenes of distress that 
halted him and touched him with com- 
passion. Three time* he »old one of 
hla gtfis to bring sucror to those In 
misfortune, staying and working with 


the shipping costa wheg despatching , them until all was well. Year* passed 


thalr produce to eastern Canada. The 
flower grower* represent an important 
Industry here Any severe blow aimed 
at thla group of producer* would hit all 
of ua 

The transport rommlsslorwr* should 
offer the grower* a solemn assurance 
that their Interests will be guarded In 
the event of «ny changeover 


in tht* way so that when at length he 
arrived In Jerusalem It was to follow 
the crowd* moving on Calvary and Its 
three crosses. He knell before the cen- 
tral figure glftless. hut there came to 
him the knowledge that In expending 
his gift* as he had done he had laid 
them at the feet of the Child he had 
set out to find. 


V KTOBIA wa* raked by a 9 $ mile 
an hour gale 2b year* ago. The 
MaJahat waa clnand by a washout 
near Niagara Canyon. The tug 
Keapond sank at Ogden Point. A big 
trf* crashed through the roof of I. 

C. NU holla' new summer house at 
Deep C'Ove. 

Toronto Maple Leafs' hockey 
player "Ace'' Bailey wa* in critical 
condition after he suffered head 
Injuries in a collision with Eddie 
Shore of Boston Bruma In a game 
at Boston. 

England defeated India by nine 
wickets tn Teat cricket, the first 
official Test match played on Indian 
•oil 

Financially hard pressed New 
foundland ceased for the time to he 
a dominion, and became a colony 
once more. 

W. O. Wallace was re-elected 
president of Saanich Conservative 
Association, for the ninth consecutive 
tune. 

For the third time. France de- 
faulted on a war debt payment — 
|22.000.0Qn — to the United Statea. 

Flood* did $5,000,000 damage and 
took several lives In western Wash- 
ington. 

A 12-day truce had been arranged 
In the war between Bolivia and 
Paraguay. 

♦ * * 

T OM I Xing boat, the great Canadian 
Indian runner, won the 2«-mlle 
marathon raee at New York'* Madl- 
•on Hqwave f^arden M year* ago. 
Dorando Pettrl ol Italy, who had been 
running la fire* place after a duet 


for position, collapsed within sight 
of tj»e finish llna. 

RMS Empress of China arrived at 
Victoria’s Outer Wharf with 620 ton* 
of silk valued at $1,331,024, 12.088 
boxes of tea. 3,026 boxe* of orange*. 
10.711 package* of general merchan- 
dise. with 600 hags of Christmas mall 
from the Philippines, China, Japan 
and other countries of the Orient. 

She brought five saloon passen- 
gers. 41 Intermediate and 139 steer- 
age It was her 87th voyage. 


•epHg people of this colony are 
1 tired of Ihe maladministration 
of puMIr affair*." the British Colonist 
re «nai\*d I®* yeur* ago. Publisher 
Amor de Cosmo* had launched an 
other of hla brilliantly one . sided 
attacks on the administration of 
Governor James Douglas 

"The ruWs have been the toola 
of a company of 'fur peddler*' who 
have uaed the country for hunting 
ground* inatead of for the purposes 
of colonization 

'"{he people have been bealen and 
Impriaoned. robbed o? the right* they 
should enjoy, as Englishmen; and 
their loyalty and Independence stlg 
manzed aa seditions . . . 

'Dte House of Aaaembly. Instead 
of being wholly a representative body, 
has had forced upon them bv Chief- 
Factor* Douglas and Work, a member 
to represent Nanaimo by appoint- 
ment. without elect ora or election; 
thus one of the landmarks of Brilteh 
constitutional liberty baa been up^ 
rooted.” 


There are other problem*, how* 
ever -one of them being the ever* 
Increasing number of private polled 
forces They exist m many of th* 
larger industries, in nationalized 
transport, in the post office and ports 
and harbors. Not all are known a* 
police forces. Some are “investigation 
^ranches" or "security forces." but 
the fact remains that they are paid 
by the authority employing them 
and they prosecute other employees 
of the authority concerned. 

Apart from the problem of abuses 
and inefficiency, not generally 
regarded as really significant, there 
la the question of an adequate career 
structure for police officers. The 
possibility of controlling local forces 
through regional boards with 
power to interchange and promote 
officers within the region might 
meet the situation. 

The government problem la to 
avoid anything approaching a 
national foire. which historically ia 
alien to British inatinctv while 
avoiding an often parochial control 
with Its unfortunate Influence on 
promotions and occasionally on dis- 
cipline. 


The Pnrkfnrk 

The Packsack 

By GREGORY CLARK 

O NE of my country nephew* Is a 
tabid music lover who makes 
up for living so far away from the 
bright lights by 
owning one of the if 
tin««t hi fi eriHrm W 
ble* I have e v e r | 

hundred a I b u m * | ^ 
and hundreds of J&f 

records of the ■ 
worlds greatest W * * j| 
musicians ■ / - 

One of his rare ■ 9 

visits to the city coincided with the 
peak of the concert season, and Ire- 
side* our own fine symphony, a tour 
Ing symphony, two famous slngert 
and a distinguished pianist gave con* 
carts during hla two weeks with ua. 
With each experience he seemed 
more let down, and finally he said: 

"None of this music come* up «o 
my records." 

Naturally. It lakea days, some 
times weeks, to make a r lassie, re- 
cording of h symphony. The orches- 
tra, after rehearsing, plays ten or 
twenty bar* ay.er and over until they 
gei a recording that la approved. 
Then, after lunch, they do the next 
few bars What the record you buy 
consist* of are the choicest render- 
ing* of try after try. the choicest all 
strung finally together for your ona 
half hour though It may have taken 
day* to produce, hit by bit. Singer*, 
pianist* Instrumentalists of every 
kind and degree *pend anguished 
hour* doing over and over again what 
comes out a« the little perfection you 
buy for a few buck*. 

“Why protested my nephew, "it a 
cosmetic music!” 

Exactly. 


With the Classics 

Ye [nends to truth, ye statesmen, wha 
survey 

The rlrh man’s Joy* Inrreaae tha 
poor * decay, 

TIb your* lo Judga how wide Hi 
limits aland 

8* we»n a splendid and an happy 

land. 

—Oliver Goldsmith. 






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HEANEYS 


He Gaulle's Heroic Heeds Match Heroic Words 


Bath? Colonist Victor!.. I.C., So. Dm. 21. 1*S« 5 


‘France Can t Be France Without Greatness’ 


Letters to the Editor 


Too Good for T. hem 


A few day. .go I read to my disgust that the quaran- 
tine atation at William Head is to be turned into a prison- 
ers' ramp. Why. oh why should prisoners be allowed to 
orcupy the beauty sprit of the Inland? I strongly doubt that 
there in a finer marine view in the whole of Canada than 
one gets from William Head. 

1 only hope the city of Victniia will hav. a little say ut 
this matter before It la too late. 

GLYN A. GRIFFITH. 


The following day de Gaulle 


to England's King 


•nds to flench soil. render 

e prin- . . . Henry V at Aginrourt 

or (he De Gaulle * father. Henri do 

ien an H la a happ«*nstance that Gaulle, a reserve officer, had 
*d and **e Gaulle la tall In stature and ty.,.,, wounded at Le Rout get 
aloof In temperament In a during the Prussian siege of 
of the country "here neither eharac- Paris In 1*70. 
ies de **rlatlc la especially common. * * ♦ 

[nstinr- 11 ,s an0lhpr coincidence that char |„ ^ Gaulle entered 
lfc , that de Gaulle made hia appe.l to the Ftench military academy 
•d her * f * ,,en France to rise and fight of S( C yr in August. 1909. 
crease* * K *‘ n on Junp 1940 — ,he Given his choice of regiments 
.-tunes 1251 h *nniv^rsary of Waterloo. graduation. he picked the 

lioonly „ Hu ' « I* * C * u "-« •**" 33 nl Unity. 

Tli. commanding «IIm 
. . inret Ufiif* in inf rinit NNoiid f , . . n . ; », 

•t*"? War b<*fore capture, 'tom w ” Cf,lono1 1 Pe ' am ' 

«■,«* "hid. he tried ^o escape five ^ 10 1^1 h,s countrymen 
001 to time* that he was the lonely to victory at the battle of Wr 
prophet of mobile, armored du, ‘ 1,1 ,hl ’ V VV °l‘ rt VNaI 
warfare ,n the Maginot line- *" d •• P™ 1 ?* f ,he . m 

of my mesmerized France of the J*™* a * ,h * ?"** of JJ* 
e that 1930s: that he was the only V . c h y government in the 
herself French general and the only ^ ,v °nd VNorkl V ur. 
t rank; member of the French cabinet In May. 1919. de Gaulle 
*es ate *° refuse surrender m 1940; roamed Yvonne Vendroua. and 
lancing that he is that rarest .if states the same month was off to 
g ration men; one who voluntarily re- Poland for th.ee years under 
people; hied * l pinnacle of his Gen. Maxlme Weygand. help- 
it is power and f was called back ing fhe Poles stave off the 
a* > MfB ,a,er rule again. Red Army. 


in a British aircraft. It would 


there— perhaps the first offi 
cial act of omission that led be four years before he would 
to the defeat of France In win hts way back to France. 
1940. The test la htatory. 

ueS ££££££& 

controversy but not enough tn fk*'' Qlf* 

start manufacture of fast D ' U 

tanks. 0 *. 

On May 15. 1940 — the day tltW 

after t h e German armies 
knifed through the Maginot 
Line and began rolling Into f \ 

France de Gaulle was given 
command of the newly-organ- I 

lzed 4th Armored Division. 


Subdivision Control 


Reeve Gem ge Chattertnn of Saanich has been much 
criticized, evgn ridiculed, by section* of the press and 
others respecting his wavering over the question of 
amalgamation. But if the reeve stands firmly behind his 
convictions regarding new subdivision contrni in Saanich, 
he will do more than redeem himself. 

Probably 


no other groups have exerted greater 
pressure on the Saanich council and senior admimsfia- 
lion during recent years Ilian some speculators interested 
In new subdivision development. 

The facts of the municipality's precarious situation 
have long been known to the Saanich council, and It 
remains lo be *ecn whether the reeve and counnlloia 
have the courage to enforce the sensible regulations they 
have now accepted in principle. It’s what people do that 
counts, not lip service! 

DENIS H. BESLEY. 

4360 Gordon Head Road. 


De Gaulle's division launched 
the only successful large scale 
French counter-attack In that 
dismal campaign, at Abbeville, 
on May 2*. "Before us. In a 
pitched bailie, the Germans 
had retired.’’ 

On June fi de Gaulle was 
summoned to Paris hy ihe new 
premier. Paul Reynaud. to be 


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Sinatra Sets Heart 
On a Good Musical 


What’s 

Next 


Nativity Play. SL Cuke* 
A V.P.A., *1 the church, 

< rdar Hill C’roaamnd, 730 
pm. each night. 

I»e<\ M. 27— John GltUna* 
Trio, Pnigreaalve Artist*' S<» 
elcty. 130* Wharf Hired. 

10-10 p.m. 

Ian. 2, » — The Gashouae 
SI \ Progressive Artist*' So- 
ciety, I r-MMi Wharf Street. 
1030 p.m. 

.Ian. 18, 19 — Victoria 
Symphony Orchestra with 
Robin Wood, Wlnnlfred Scott, 
pianist*. Royal Theatre. 3.00 
p.m. (18th) and 830 p.m. 
( 1 0th). 


an*****" *■' ■'* 

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HCKW»C0UDfi* 


uni t YWOOD ItJPIl -! dramatic acton, yearn* lor a 

Fr.nk Slmtr.. who rocketed ... ' h “" 1 
fainp ai <1 singer and IhPn No! that h 
i ,he r.nk. of uj role,, he Ju.t ««<• » ■*««' 

of pace 

a * * “I wont to mix the perform 

ancea up to we don't saturate | 
the audience with the same 
kind of show," he explained. I 
-About every year or year 
,nd a half I d love to do •» 1 


There's very few studios 
anxious to do them these days. 

♦ ♦ * 

“I'm discussing ‘Can Can' ( 
with 30th Century Fox for ( 
about a year from now, ' he 
revealed, ’and It'll be a musical' 
with pretty girls and some nice ^ 

tongs" , 

Sitting In his dressing room | 
on the set of "A Hole in the 
1 Head" in which he stars and 
co-produces with Frank Capra. 

I Sinatra twirled a golf Iron M 
he described hi* busy schedule 

J for 19V) 

I There * a tWo week engage- 
_ ‘ ment at Las Vegas In January 

FRANK SINATRA fhPn he heads for Burma and 

I I ... change of pace Ceylon for location shots of 

“ 1 “Never So Few,” some TV 
j spectaculars, a Miami Beach 

PWlS »ln*triR engagement, and a 

Ufc couple of more pictures. 

Ti* .HAL WALDS' **~ a * * 

M g ar il ^ That's enough to make any 

nU**I**y^^ entertainer look for a lltlk 

fOX slower pace, and Frankie 1*. 

. Qf "When I get out of the box 

* Ms ** i m In now. I'd like to do about 

HT f\ pat PPOMIY two pictures a year," he saul. 

f 7 \ MmSaNMOM -K l» w«. possible I’d like 
k. \ ' to do romedy. drama and a 

\ ANITA LKRPftG musical.'’ he added, “then the 

\ MIYlMD\oaw audience get* a bigger kick out 

TONITE't of seeing you. 

n Min mit» "I do my record albums that 

way,” he said, “a Jazz number 
Nk. SHOW „ jweet one. arid then a tear* 
W - in the beer type. 

^ "Next year I'm going to do 

an album with George Shear 
Ing and an orchestra." he said. 
“One of the records will be 
I with Shearing, another with 

I the orchestra and one with 
Georg* and the quintet. 

/V MAMOY 300KC*r* “Nobody § ever don# It this 

way before." he said, “And 
Aim I we're going to call It Big 

,4cm gs for Little Ronms,' a 
title I’ve had In mind for 


Patriotism in ‘ Technicolor ’ 


Moscow Flocks lo Cinerami 


MOSCOW' (NAN A • It may 
never wtn an Oscar, but the 
Russian version of Cinerama 
Is drawing lacked houses 
nightly in Moscow 

line it's calle<l Kino Panor- 
.irna. but It uses the same 
three projector curved screen 
lechiuque a* its I S. counter 
pai'L By car, boat, tram and 
plane it whisks the viewer off 
ion a “Teknlcolor" tour of the 
USSR that lew Russians and 
certainly no foreigners have 


rator announces: “Moscow 
wasn't built In a day.' 


taken on « l"gi 
swift flowing 


Much of the film la devoted 1 


to picturing Soviet acepm 
pllshments in the fields of con 
struction and Industry. When 
the camera focuses on the huge 


tuns. 

Thn v iuv 
da.^ at pin 
clad bathli'i 


me caniria 

new Kuibyshev hydroelectric 0,1 


station, the narratoi quotes 
the favorite formula of Lonli 
“Communism equals collect lv- 
ization plus electrification 
Current government policies 
also get attention. There ate 


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. . . perfectionist 


Sleeping Beauty 


The entire theme of Soviet j-nols at work on the virgin 
Cinerama Is patriotic. When land of Ka/aghslan and the A1 
one of the opening shots shows tal. And of pigs fattened as .i 
a view of the Kremlin from a result of Prrmtei Khrushchev s 
boat on the Moscow River, the com growing policy 
stereophonic soundtrack nar- Best of all are the pictures 


In one scene the <‘i 
driver's cm 'top* to pit 
pretty hiUMlnkm even 
hitchhiking nie-: < 1 1 ». 

When (he cam- a c.il 
AmeiUun phutngi apl 
work during t*t» M»y q 


“VS im is ?' Aiutt: 
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Villagers ■ 
Pelt ; 
Pacifists 

SWAFFTIAM. England 'API 1 
—Eighty pacifists tried to \ 
storm a base tor American 
missiles near here Saturday. 
The demonstration flalrd, 
with 50 arrested and at least 
22 of them confined to jail 
over Christmas. 

Police iwooped on the 
marching groups, dragged sev- 
eral men and women through 
muddy puddles and hauled 
I them off to- court 
I Magistrate* worked into the 
night to handle charges of ob^ 

; sttucting police. 

Thirty six demonstrators. In- 
cluding a well known Anglican 
churchman, the Rev. Michael 
Scott, were remanded for a 
hearing D*r. 29. 

Residents of this Norfolk 
market town cheered th# po 
lie# and pelted the outside 
demonstrators from London 
with rotten tomatoes. 

Th# demonstration was or- 
ganized by a group calling It 
self The Direct Action Com- 
, mittee Against Nuclear War. 
| n was the second here within 
( W0 weeks. 

STARTS MONDAY 

“GOD IS MY 
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HOLLYWOOD (NANA) - 
When Walt Disney launched 
Mickey Mouse in a crude car- • 
loon called "Steamboat Willie, 
he did a lot more than intro- f 
duce one of the fcurld s most 
famous movie personalities. 
He simultaneously set in mo- 1 
tlon a quarter century's refine- ' 
ment In the art of animation 
that now brings forth what 
promises to be a masterpiece i 
In this form of entertainment 
—“Sleeping Beauty." 

* * * 

“Steamboat Willie, ” seven 
and a half minutes of Jittery 
black and white drawings set 
to wobbly music, coat under 
$6,000. while the 75-mtnute 
"Sleeping Beauty," In techni- 
color. widescreen technlrama 
70. and alx-track alereophonlc 
sound, cost $6,000,000. Which 
adds up lo SH and $8,000 per 
minute of running lime, re- 
spectively. 

Between these monetary ex I 
tremes runs a story of Disney | 
pioneering as fantastic as any 
Disney fable 

Well aware from the start 
of the animated cartoon’s early 
ahortcomlngs. Walt pushed for 
Improvement on all fronts in- 
cluding drawing, story develop- 
ment, character delineation, 
and technical aids. 


then available In Hollywood. 

All this is quite a contrast 
to today's 51 acre. 30 building 
studio eomplex in Burbank 
where the finest tn equipment 
and talent have been extended 
for six years in getting "Sleep- 
Ing Beauty" screenward 

Besides sound, Walt pro 

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duced the first cartoon In 
color. In feature length, and in 
ClnemaScope. The color break- 
through, "Flowers and Trees." 
got him his first Academy 
Award. ‘Three Little Pigs" got 
him the second of 2ft— the total 
hanging on the Disney mantel 
piece. 


Bit,.! IHI MfOHtn m — 

vm\ SHOW INI. 


Anonymous Last 
To Perform 
A Nativity Play 


NOW SHOWING 


BRIM. Till WIIOIT! FAMILY TO 01 !( 
SPARKLING CIIKlsMIAH show 


ChRiSTinE 


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• He was forever after us lo 
Improve our drawings. *»>'» 
Les Clark, a "Sleeping Beauty" 
sequence director who was 
around in the "Steamboat 
Willie" days. “Walt set up art 
classes at the studio and sent 
us to school off the lot for still 
more training " 

Mickey needed no plots. A 
string of gags was the ro- 
dent * meat. So. story was a 
simple matter in the beginning. 
Walt and his longtime ft lend. 
Ub Iwerks. created the stories, 
using Jokes which brother Roy 
Disney collected. Iwerk*. now 
head of the film piocess labora- 
tory. made sketches of the 
action. Walt worked with the 
studios tingle musician on 
timing, then typed nut the 
dialogue on the sketches. 


By BKK r BIN NY 

Tonight, tomorrow and 
Tuesday the Young People of 
St. Luke’s Church will present 
a Nativity Play at 7.30 p m. In 
the Church. 

The actors and actresses are 
anonymous and the play is 
directed by Rev. T, D. D. 
Ragg. 

Sr * * 

On Friday and Saturday, the 
Progressive Artists' Society 
present pianist John Gittlns 
and his trio. In addition, there 
are tentative arrangements to 


Every thing else was just a* 
homespun. When Walt decided 
to try Mickey Mouse out for 
sound, the studio— a converted 
store — was so small that a. pro- 
jector had to tie put outside 
the window pointing in. A hed 
sheet served as s screen. Walt’s 
' voice for dialogue, harmonica 
for music, pots sod pans for 
sound effects Then he had to 
go cross^ontlnent lo New York 
lor sound recording - none w as 


JOHN CITTINS 


for a date at the end of Feb- 
ruary or beginning of March. 

Cast will Include Mary Leaf. 
Joan Henriksen, Jennifer Wll 
Hams. Pat Montgomery. Alls# 
Rothery, Dorothy Rayburn. 
Ken Willie and Urry Searda 
field. 

■* * * 

“Theatre Canada" notes two 
current competitions for play- 
I wrighls. 

The Western Ontario Dr ama 
. League offers an award for 
Hie best original script of s 
I one or three-act play written 
by a Canadian and presented 
by a group during the 19.'>b 59 
season. 

The Ottawa Litthe Theatre , 
announces its 2ist annual I 
play writing competition. The 
closing date for entries *' | 
March 15. Other rules and 
regulations are o b t a I n a hie 
I from Mrs. R. M. Watt, 211 
Powell Avenue Ottawa 1. 

* * * 

For those who aie festival 
minded, the dares of \ IctOria * 

I three major spring affairs are 
as follows: 

The Schools* Pram# festival, 
from March 9 to 14. the 
southern Vancouver Island 
drama festival, April 13 to IK 
and the Music Festival. April 
>1 lo 21 and April 27 to May 
j 1 . 

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Papa to 32 

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— Napoleon Valroort ha* 
died at 9.1. lie had 12 rhll- 
dren. and 202 direct dr*«-end- 
ante. Of hi* 32 children, five 
were hy hi* first wife whom 
he married at 15, and 27 by 
hi* aecond wife, whom he 
married when she waa 13. 


have a repeat performance by , 
the famous "Four Winds’ on 
the same program. 

The Progressive Artists of 
f#r Th# C.ashouse SIX” In a 
welcome return with their 
I Dixieland number#, Jan 2 and 
I 3* 

I These event* take place as 
usual at the Society's prrm 
I i«es. 1306 Whnrf Street, start 
ing at 10 30 p.m. 

# * * 

The Peninsula Players have 
: started production nf "High 
Ground" nr, a* It Is known 
under Its #ltfrnsllve title, 
I "Bonaventure. ‘ by Charlotte 
Hasting*. 

The director is Vera True 
man and presentation is set 


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Titanic's End 
Her 'Nigh t 
1 To Forget’ 

I liy PKTKK TKI KM AN 

NEW YORK (NANAI — There is somethin* about 
movie premiere which drives the average noncelluloid 
ype straight to the nearest cave away from the 
rx ktail babble, the gushing insimenty 
Rut a tlnv. vital old lady «»n 
ruiche# sliced through I he w, '> 1 WuU,dn ‘ 
onsrnse si J Arthur Hanks « ,ol «‘ »""» 1 wouldn't leave my 
n.r Showing of "A Night «n liushanrt Bui Harry kept tell- 
tern ember * about the inking , " i " " r,i 

f the Titanic. ri K‘:' hv himself. 

-*A Night to Remember’? Hiulh he lifted me in his 
.'o It wasn't.' said Mrs Henry Arn " Nfted me the tail 

I Harris. "It was a night to » n, ° ,h< * P^P 1 * kept 



Holiest Day's Ups and Downs 

Was Christmas 
In Septem her ? 

LONDON (NANA ) — Don't tell the children, but they were called the plum 
Christmas may have slipped jural unnoticed back on pudding riots #Der England a 
.j*) favorite Christmas dish, but 


there wasn't any Christmas at all. 
For Christmas has had 'ome _ 


'r<>m well 


>rget " 

But Mrs HfirrK now In bet 
lid seventies, has never been 


sci earning to look out for the 
suction 

"When the Titanic went 



. remark ;tbl« ups and down* In \ ho ** d » ,e * h “ ’ £ A “ * g «*■»• ,h °’* 

the 1 9'iK years (roughly 1 since Christmas in Its turn, and one ol Cromwell * parliament 

Christ was born Diragieemcnt • u,hon, y ** y * C hrlstmas ha- have never officially hern te- 
over its true date is only one tM ** n celebrated during every ponied They still make It 
low spot. Once. Christmas wan month of the year. UvhntaUI} illegal to eat more 

positively illegal, wiped off the * * * than three course* for Christ- 

calendar and forbidden by low p j u p us finally settled mi, ‘ dinnei prohibit the mate- 

.4 ' irvir nr P 1 1 it *# n( rmtw'n litl'k 


A* a matter nt fact, those 


pooled They still make It 
technically illegal In eat more 
than ihree courses for Christ- 
mas dinner ^inhibit the male- 


Confusion over Christ splnH lh , mailer in the vea. »0 «■»»•« *" i mmcr *''-*• 

dav dales hack to the early „i* chore . cut louslv. coincided P rov <1 ; 'mpn-son- 

Christians. They remembered * ilh „ iwl v birthday crle ment fn r eating plum pudding. 


hie to do that Hi i husband 1 '"'- 

ne of Bi iwaj ng ' “ |™«'n only by the 

itnofthe century producer- V|, "‘«ms of .. mass of pas-.>n 

rent down with the ship. Ami * er * hHd beh,n » i a mpe on the 

■re herself was the last human " ,a,Q ,|e<4 1 lu * of b- -.s had 

eing to leave »h« "uiuink bwn hoWln * ,hom hw* *"»’ 


TV's leading woman producer, Mildrod Freed AlberR, works on a script with 
famed Broadway actress Julie Harris. 


vessel alive 


i she apoke foi > here w i i * wn 

hnut the night of April 14. Hoai was only 10 feet away 
912. when the ship went down. I 

"I have never cried since P ul m > bands over my ears 
ie Titanic," she said. At to '•but nut the stream# of 
rat time I cried for two th * P«>P** in on boat I only 
ears But never again. Mv wlsh ed ihev'd be quiet If we 


* * * LITTLE THl KI.OVV, Kng 

‘There was n n suction. Our | nn( ] 1 1 p| >— l ittle Thurlow 


Half a Loaf .... „ . , ,, . , 

I Know 1» lint I in Doing 

zzzzzsi Mildred Tore l p the Hides, 

r»0 villager* will l>e given 


Christians. They remembered v* ittv a gods birthday crle 1,1 ™ " 

iiu day simply as the holiest of hrated .It least 1.300 years i*r It ,n "k an American, author 
days, but many of them con f or 4 Christ wax born. The Washington irving. to bring 

stdered Sept. 29 as Christmas ancient Egyptians said their Christinas back. Irving was 

Day. sun god was born on Dec captivated with what he 

Olliers said Christ was actu 25. and observed the day learned of the old fashioned 

ail v horn on .Jan. ti. or March accordingly. Christmas, His inspired des- 

29. or April 20. or May 2U Each . thp Western world fell ‘‘' iptlons of " >" hi* Sketch 


Christmas, His inspired des- 


A, the Western world let! "'I’ 1 ""’ >" *'* 

Into the nark Ac- the holy B '“' k “> *» <"™l ,h » 

charartei ol Chrlatma- almoin ‘notion ol Enjllahmen and 
j „ m « „ Americans. 


disappeared. It he came a 
"Merry” Christmas one long 


And so with traditions hni* 


perlod of feasting drinking and rowed from here and there 
merry making, especially in during Chrritma* ups and 


England. 


downs or *mplv Invented 


ar duns dried up." 


were going lo die. 1 fell we 


c Arm in ar m. Mr and Mra shou, d die Quit l 

larria walkod around thr ahip 1 s ' 1 "' ^• rr ) 

|s lifeboat after lifehna! was **«* wa * ln f be faces at the 
•wei ed over the side They rfld - 


rolled quietly to the port 
de where a collapsihle ran 
boat, one of two remain 
tg. was being loaded. It 
lined turtle on the davit- 


"Every moment Is a* vivid 
a* if it had been yesterday. 
I’ve never been able to talk 
this way ahnu it before. As 
the ship's Klein rose in the air. 


I AO villagers will l>e given 
half a loaf each today under 
a charity set up 2A0 years 
ago. It used to be a full loaf, 
but Income from the charity 
has not kept up with the rise 
in the price of bread. 


Santa 

Early 


Hit llte Top in T\ World 


NEW YORK lU'NS’ 


wowed Frankly, when things go well. 


upon a lime, there was a small 'hr and floored the net nobody even see* me on the fru<1il||sm dM and , herf . v,„re 


Feudal casiles ••id manor along the way t like the ChrlM- 
houses were the great centre* and I card*' the nld- 

fot Chrlslmaa festivities fashioned Christmas cam# 
Feasts lasted 12 day« or longer. m, ° being. 

sometimes a* many as 1000 _ r - u - L - L ,- u -_- L - L -_- - — - 
guests attended. 

♦ * * Lore I liat 

Chri*lma« began to die when 


I ingmg Its occupants to their 1 remembei seeing the line* of 
,‘atha in the ocean ,i K h * mode b; the porthole* on 


brunette housewife named ^ 
Mildred Freed Alherg. who ( . s 
thought mast TV dramati* 
shows were pretty awful. rii 
Sn one day in 1953 ahe !*' 


w<nk, didn't even make Mr*, set, I'm usually m my office 
AllM-ig blink hn big brown figut ing out shows at* months 


ahead " 


I fir IV 4hOW * Wf,rf prel,y aWtUl 'ihi*:; -hT i iiie* ‘were oka > ''i^v ou ° f ^ AUm *'' K '"""l" Shortly after Cromwell over 

1} so one day In 1953 ahe ' ' ^ ^ l '*■" turned the English throne he 

Not a word to kiddie*, -ched ^to NBC and told ^ ^ S^Zt'T .« El 

,hWn *°‘ vu.on' |!. .MiuVlV T Bguied ***} h h - * e*p.H.ally at Chriatmaa Ilia 

"Tlwy were prplly nl« about ^ 7..,w ,a ,A.!e J ' h ' Purt,.„ ^rllArnkn. p.—l . 

if. sort of palled me nn the . . .. * niamonn* Kino. law on Oliriatma* Eve. ia52. 

head and said There, there'" ♦ ♦ * abolishing Chrlsl mas entirely. 


AltieTg, 4t. 


no longer fortune* to support 
months p 1(?an ,j t . rnterlaimng Rut it 
didn't die fast enough for 
the wife Oliver CromweTl 


each deck allpnlng further Into hut those mysterious carton* them so. 


"As we walked to the other ,hr <p '' 


delivered to some 300 (it eater 


jde of the ship past the Mrs Ham* didn't get to the Victoria larn.hc. yesterday Cm of Da ,,ed me 

ridge the captain ne P rem, ** rf She’d already aeon morning all contained toy# 

part of the pirtuir at a special They were distributed head and said I here. 
% showing; all she could stand- through the Christmas Bureau, recalls Mi* Alherg 
, ^ ^ ■ It was to accurate a tranala a committei of the Greater Vie , h .-m then dramatic 


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writer," she explains. I’md my 
aim's alwav* been to do 


tlon of the nipht she remem tnrta Community Chest, with a 
hers and would rather forget large scale assist from Victoria 


were too short and not good 


“I told With the same calm deter >lw-ys ^ n , n flo 

shows mination Mrs. Alborg today su , w . nfir * h n w .*■ — playa of 
good ' vhal ls ProbaWy the ,^„ y gl)IHl qiiall|y . 

* • **£***! , ‘I» , K been one lo find that 


thal they had to *lop the Cn*rnopolH«n Club and the enough. I said they ought to wru .j, on p\ The Hallmark quality doe* pay off!” 


projector. 


Quarter Mllers hot rod club, do something fine, like two Kail of Fame She s responsible 
! hour* of Shakespeare with for the whole thing both to 


(!itr (iornrr 


After 500 Miles 
You're in Front 


By J. T. JONES 


Meanwhile if Santa should 


,, , . . , NBi ami In llte »pnnsnr, 

Maurice Evan*, and they .said, . 1 , . 

She tuck* the *how*. doe* 
‘Sure, aure just bring in ,,j|j,,i n p Mnf f spends the 

Evana and the show. money She does, all this 

"So I did." mighty well, too: the sene# has 

And that is how Mr*. Alherg, P‘C**I «P 1 ‘ awa,<u lud, "« 

. a Peabody and an Emmy, m 

who weigh* in-i pound* com* f0U|r yra|(t 

pine with freckle*, became the "p 1 e a * e don’t say It's 
leading woman producer on because Ira a woman." Mrs. 
TV. t Alherg insists. "In this bu*l 

* * * ness It doesn't mallei wttai seg 

'The network didn't know." you are if you know what 


This started riots In la>n 
don * streets Not surprisingly. 

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High nn the list of life's bring me one for Christmas she confided, "that I d worked you're doing, 

frustration* is ihe running in 'and don't think 1 haven't 1H month.* on a two hour TV * * * 

of an MG TwmCam There* asked'. I think I'll have some- adaptation of 'Hamlet/ or thal "I know what !m doing 

the tachometer staling at you body else put the first 500 I knew Maurice You see I had I lei the c\|w>n* do their own 


red lined at 7 000 rpm. miles « n «» I don't I 
There's the busy crackle of could stand the strain, 
the exhaust, the highway ~ 
stretching ahead, the car itch- 
ing to get moving Off tllP Hccortl 

Rut when the tach needle — — — — — 
reaches 2,500 rpm that’s all. , _ 

Turn off the tap. Heck, a w B P v 

Minor 1000 could lake nqe of i 

these things at this stage. | -M^V/V'1-F M 

Be patient, though. Gei a 1 

xH'liSS After Uetour Around l>ULi , | 

tune it with care, and you ve Mur row television program J 

g"t a promising competition Hv JIM TAYI.OK Elvis, In seven month* Dev Laiesi arldlttnn to Ihe list of Small World May •channel Q 

sports ear, hy George, and, Borp .. h|f n ft | 0 p||^hi lin's recordings have alteadv "‘"'C «di»li i* la-on Bd.h. 7 6 p.m With Sen# ini Jarne* S 

rr^,ir':z tz ,n ^ •»«* »»•« » m ***. «. ^ «•» •>«« » | jr° i 

man anyining ei*e in us rnill .i_ _» i,a*tv overhaul* the . Vanguard us fiisi hit record mil end Prnfrxsof Deni* J 

l, '^f UP Playmates hit' record is hack ,l8urrH ' " lr eq " l% ' ll ' f " with "Rock# and Graver . . . limgan of Cambridge Unlver- I 

No doubt there will tv a Qn roa( j ai:il | n «f Ihe American "golden Teddy Kand#<xo, who appear* «*l» v he will di*cu*s Senate J 

factory team of these ai l.e nrioinm i rorn „,, nB record" or 1.000.(100 sale# mark. In all ihe rock. n‘ rail movie* fHihu.*rrr> * 

Mans next ttme nut. and no ,n ,hp ottgmal recording. ^ ^ hl „ ni , v , M hMv „ 

douhi thpv win rtn ver\ well now in die gold recoitl das* * * * , . . . 

nount tney wm no very wen. ... * ' . , • has released a new and prom la- m 

* * * *•"* J I bo *J i l ■ ": ,>f To my admittedly weird fng hallad "Hichi * ~ 

. . T n race between a Nash Ramblei of humor, one of the A BC Paiammml 2 JM M 

A " Jjj an.i a Cadillac. When - ,,, SW /W jm 

ShTr MPA •SJm'.hLf tisutiful mad? ! he BO ” B tor Br,U8 !l ron la wall A l m Sm/mM a 

other MGA until that hrautiful , U mption. they changed the <ionr b a ii„ ( j, 

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I dnn't think J a walk nn part in his show al exporting and the technicians 
e strain. I the time!" do their own technical work. 


'Beep Beep' Bides l.K. Road 
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TUES„ DEC. 23, 9 to 9 
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Hul Ihe Plavmate* must be 
getting a mile annoved with 
Ihe BBC The last record they 


Drum Socg'* score, and the 
dim- adds up to another addi- 
tion to his collection of beauti- 
ful hit ballad*. 

The flip "Lei's I^nve" ha* 
more of Ihe rhythm of hi* 
"Swing Softly" album . . . 


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Away, # solid bet for a hit 
# 4 ^ ... Singer* come and singeis 

go, hut I- rank Sinatra lu.*l goes 
It pain# me to say this, but on ^ tremendous Newest 
being in 'he army hasn't done hN T ,, r VnUT ^ - No 0n „ Ev „ r 
a thing to Elvis Presley * sale* Tp|lfi Ynil M h «, laf1 wi ,h the 
record. typical Sinatra swing . . . 

"One Night." that odious ^ 
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ii wm only releoaed Oct 2L PUHJCCC CflDn I 
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ppeared before the Ish or anyone el < • *-. to aid oui abide by *11 tabor taw* an 
,al Commission on development. pay *11 taxes and *a*e**mrn 

Social C i edit in accordance with the statuti 
i special of the province. With • Soctl 
anyone Each Credit govern men t there hi 
any must tie a not and never will be an 
ny. They must giveaways of our resource*. 


If by magic. Here, only a 
year ago. »i« a tiny cbmmun 

tty of a dozen people. Energy recently testified that But. your 

During the past few months the potential reserves of the government give* no 
It has teen the construction of northeastern natural gas field* concession* to — ■ 
dozen* of modern homes, the may eventually exceed 90 till- 
building of one of the most lion cubic feel a total neaily 
modern hotels in the Interior, equal to the entire known re- 
the opening of a bank and wives of the United Slates a 
many new stores. The pop lew- year* ago, 
ulation i* increasing dally, and The natural gas and oil in 
prosperity continues at an dustry has <uread> made a 
increasing pace. tremendous impact on the en- 

tire interior, but when this li 
GREAT COUNTRY rouoled with the development 


By W. A. C. BENNETT 

Development of northern 
British Columbia Is one of 
the most Important under 
takings in our province today 
and it is one lo which yotfc- 
Social Credit government has 
commuted Itself whole 
heartedly. 

Our Social Credit govern 
men*, in extending the Pacific 
Great Eastern Railway, has 


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expansion for the Peace River 


communities and the interior and on north 


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towns, new communities ana the interior and on north. In non of a huge project on the 
new 1 Industries spring up al the rolling cattle country of peace River, the potentialities 
most before the rails reached the Cariboo, the lumbering are enormous The rombina 
them, and the residents of the territory of Prince George. In Mon of natural gas. oil and 
entire Peace River area are the oil. gas and grain country electric power forms the ha«l* 
now joined for the fust lime of the Peace there are count- for what can become a huge 
with British Columbia. less resource*. industrial complex. 

BURSTING BOUNDS ° ut ° f noi them British Col- NKEDS 

Such centres as Clinton. 100 ^i^riU * gas"' pipeline * which Chemical plants, new alum- 

Mile William. Lake, Queanel „ rvM not only P , h , north, hut ‘" um 

and Prince George are burst- . , centre all need these basic ingredient 

ing their bounds. At the June- J* . Evince i While on the subject of new 

tlon of the railway line where projects I would like lo say 

II «wkn?a north to Fort St. OIK, GAS that we are not opposed lo 


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. Pidgcon Victoria 

EV 2-4261 


. m In rwr-ni * fa ft that Sir John A. Mac 
0 donald faced monumental crili- 

iave Inst their en rl8rn when he wa , pushing 

their faith In the through the Canadian Pacific 
ur province. If you R*Uway to live Pacific coast, 
e to listen to this -nd in the process, saving 
artty we might al Canada as a nation. His de- 
me convinced that tractors could see no good 
ow a province of either in the railway Itself or 
►eopta without hope f or that matter in British 
it confidence, Columbia, and the quotation of 

>ry is on the side, the British Chancellor of the 
doubters but of the Exchequer of that period, a 
ro go back briefly man named Henry Goulbum. 

■y, It seems laugh- was used against him 
lut it Is nonetheless Perhaps you have read it: 

■ || • i By By TOM GREEN so-called resale price malnten 

tlllKlUll fl V r Of? I r OP Colonist Ottawa Correspondent ance was prohibited by taw r 

J & 5 OTTAWA -The federal de- Actually, the J™ 

territories are have done for the United partment of Justice has been taxi er *e ng ' 

„ fro . t tnd banned States. And 1 don’t think that reviewing the Combines Inves- P" 1 [y wpl! • mtanomer. Th* 

Y f 1 anyone looking back 15 o, 20 fl g*„nn Act. especially as it chief current complaint U 
woe betide any un- ^ rrom wlll appllM !o loss leader .selling •**»"* the targe oper 

fidlvldual who might with , he prr ^ n t plans for de Numerous complaints have a,or who through >• ec 

give ned from the veloplng Britlah Columbia. been received fiom small bush n ** 1, * c * ln 4 1 f 4V * 

rude nee to aettle In But when completing the ex ness firm* since resale price ^ his' nrofl^ on indl 

l ' tension of the Pacific Great maintenance-lhe practice of a '“ he bone hi p. on tnd 

t outer case, there Eastern Railway from Van supplier prescrlbtng wholesale Pr P 

Loolalana Purchase, couver to thr Peace River and retail price. - was pro- °" T “„ the ouesttor 

a scandal by Insu area, an event which t consider hlblted , L lu.Mce de 

a to the original one of the most Important In Loss leader selling generally ’ "' r0 " ^ government 

colottlea; and the British Columbia , history, refers to a slot, offer ng an ^' n ' 0 *„ a n Tcom 

,f Alaska from Rus- critic, such as the Messrs, Item at an unproflt.hly low >' » ‘ 1 JJ, nm 

at over 17 million. Strachan Lalng and Finlay price with the hope that this P P ^ * f , lf 

purchase, the U S. son were quick to deride us will attract enough other bus! SJlmLtl “ 

of State. William H. for It. Apparently they were n es# lo cover the loss cance hard lo eatl _• 

as caltad a bumpkin, wllllnf to follow the line of | Formerly it was within the 

ta was nicknamed Ihe old time parties which were i* w for a manufacturer of an fa gt fang thr Eatirs 

Folly” content to sit back compta article to set the price at which 1 

jiow what the Cana- cently for year* and let the m should be aold by the retailer. __ 

|c Railway has done PGE wither and nearly die This meant that many manu WTl 

Ja. and what the while the great resources of fact ured goods sold at the same ^ 1* I 

Purchase and the our Peace River country lay price in all the shops of a town £ Cll^V/1. 1 

Ia»ka into the Union dormant and forgotten. tnd In all towns and dtiea of 

ihe country at a price. It was 

/-S • f 1 claimed, that allowed an in ■ 1 ; S 

l,(irt)ltliZ uUll(?U ordinate profit to all concerned. |A / 1 O 1H fl 

I * The practice was attacked as [ J I 1 1 1 ^ ■ J I J 

it the PGE la oper- neglected for yeaia by pre unwarranted Interference with 

n tidewater all the vloua admlniatratlons. Then the basic economic laws. Ill , no . ,. Tnn 

e Peace River, now there were the criticisms of was claimed It was a factor in MISSION Cl rY (L P hrog 

tues ara coming in, the hospitalization plan and of the Inflated coat of living, and man Louis Lourmais set ou 

hat legitimate offers 0 ur welfare ayatem, both of It was argued that many Saturday night on the last -but 


PREMIER BENNETT 


Loss-Leader 
Under Fire 


ACCRA, Guana i API— Two 
leading opposition MPa were 
charged yesterday with plot 
ting with Ghana army officers 
to '■hoot Prime Minister 
Kwame Nkrumah. 

The MPa- R. R. Amponaah. 
general secretary of the np 
position United party, and M. 
K. A pa loo. chief financial 
spokesman of ihe opposition 
were said lo have planned the 
attempt for yesterday when 
Nkrumah was leaving Accra 
airport for India 

A statement issued by the 
defence ministry said 

•‘The two MPs were de- 
tained last night to prevent 
them acting In a manner 
prejudicial to the security of 
the state. 

• A senior Ghanaian army of 
fleet made a statement to the 
police Friday saying that on 
the previous Bay he was ap- 
proached by Amponsah who 
offered him a sum of money 
for the purpose of bribing 
some noncommissioned of- 
ficers of the Ghana army to 
assassinate Premier Nkrumah 
thon swim. He hoped to reach at Accra airport on the 
a point eight miles from his occasion of his departure for 
New Westminster destinatioh India. 

early today. Nkrumah left as planned on 

Lourmais is scheduled to ar his trip to India. 


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(UPIi — The Venezuelan 
government ended it* long* 
•standing formula of a 50-50 
spl it of nil profit* with 
foreign firms in a general 
Income tax revision dis- 
closed yesterday. 

Revision* were expected In 
result In Ihe Increase of oil 
royalty payment* by U.S. 
companies from the present 
50 per cent to sa high as 65 
or 70 per rent 


There's No Shortage 
Of Harbor Properly 


HOME FOR 
CHRISTMAS 
FOR SURE 


Greatest Decode Ahead 


The complaint that theta i< of the firm that has moved 
no waterfront property i| thr Us headquarters to the main* 

Victoria harbor for small In- land, 

dustry ha* been denied by one Sidney Roofing can sell only 
of the city’s leading realtors, its building and Its lease on 
Russell Ker. who* firm has the land, which is owned by 
handled many city industrial the provincial government, 
real estate deal*, says he Is The Victoria realtor added 
quite sure harbor property that there was about .Y¥) feet 
can be found for anyone who of valuable water frontage at 
want* to set np in business, the foot of Fori Stieet, which 
even in a small way. is currently being used as a 

Mr. Ker said that in many I car park, 
case* those looking for prop Asked if the sale of water 
ert\ were not willing to pay front properly was lagging be- 
the market price. "Some nf cause prices were too high, OTTAWA ( CP i Profits of The federal government 
them think they should get Mi Ker replied that ihe prob Canada's chartered hanks rose boosted it* spending to meet 

the property for practically lem was not so much that of l0 -n a n time high in 19 : 1 k as 

nothing." price as that of finding the rate* climbed and the 

His firm had sent circulars type of industry that would V coun | r y«, money supply 
to hundreds of firm* all over suitable for Victoria s particu- un{Jer a h ( . aV y demand 

the continent about the Sidney tar situation. for loans, largely by the federal 

Roofing and Paper Company He did not agree that Ihe government 

properly about to become va prnhlem of Victoria harbor WhUl , ln(luslr i C , wor 

can. He hopes an Interested w„* due to too high an assess. abmj( lh rtccuion> net 

party would he found to lake mrnt being put on vacant o( , h<? ftftor dr . 

over the remaining buildings property. 5 uclion . for taxes r raclicd a 

* * * record $52,700,000 this year, a 

_ __ _ . rise of 16.100,000 from 1957 

Kv Harrv l onncr * nd a,mos * ,r »pie ihe * 20 .* 

U ; I,ai 1 J 1 wn .000 a decade ago 

— ’ All established hanks Joined 

In the boost. Profits of the top 
W W I earner, the Royal Bank of Can- 

P - g \ W+ f ^|/f l)/f r ada. climbed to S15.900.000 
f 19/1 M. f I I • from $11,900,000 last year 

bank profits 


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These rising 
came at a time whrn Canadian 
corporation profits generally 
declined and business Invest 
men! showed a tendency to 
wards caution, not so quick lo 
pour new money Into economic 
expansion as In the lush dafs 
of 1955 56. 


m.rkct fluctuation*, hut in J V. Clyne. chairman of Mac Tievor Davis of Sidney con- 
moat cases he cannot be ac- Mlltan A Bloedel. when he aider* that with five major 
rosed of taking more than his showed that taxes have taken pulp and paper plants on H e 
Aeserts out of the hualnsaa nearly five times as much out island, certain chemicals re 
When companies write off of the business a* shareholders quired for the industry should 
•half itoDrectatlon, count Ihelr have done in the past 10 years, be produced locally. 

amt then pay their whack During that time, too. the "Non electrolytic manufac- 

tn taxes, there lan l usually too company has patd mdre than lure of some of these chcm 
much lafl for the common , six times as much tn wage* icals could be produced on Vtari- 
ah.rehoJder •* ‘be shareholder* have taken couver Island more cheaply 

At today'* stock market tn dividends. than elsewhere, if freight rale* 

prices lha holder of the avrr- •'The labor unions should re are taken Into consideration, 

; „<,und indusrital coBtmon member theaa thing* whon he said. 

l i a tticky If he gets a 4 they criticize the high levels of A sit* ne*r Ihe existing pulp 
m*r rent yield on hi* money profits in many Iwislivsaes.' plants al Nanaimo or Crofton 
I«. u mare ItkelY “> fet wrUe* a reader. "Few of them were held by the oil engineer 


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flailij Cotmiltft Victoria, B.C., S«.. Dec. 21. If58 9 


Deliberate Deception? 


Trackers ‘Interrogate' Satellite 


Th«* l S. Atia* satellite »u criticised }«*ster- 


hluard A rg> le of tlir Dominion Astro- 


day by P. Eduard Argvle of thr Dominion Astro- 
physical Observatory at Little Saanich Mountain 
as “a pOM mi* representation done deliberately to 
deceive the 1.8. public. There i* no scientific 
equipment aboard and the actual pay load i* only 
150 pound*." he said. “I’m disappointed in President 
Eisenhower allotting hi* name to be linked ttlth 


this was the “first successful” State* Army Signal Research 
text of the voice relay tech- and Development Laboratory 
mque. tracking station. Corona. Calif. 

Shortly before, electric tele- We are transmitting the Pies 
typewriter signal* ’had been ident s message which tvaa re 
used for relaying the printed reived at this station from the 
words of President Risen- Atlas on Dec. 19. 1958.“ 


W ASH I N CfON i Apt -*Scl 
musts sent a voice message 
up to the Atlas satellite and 
the robot repeated it back to 
another receiving station on 
earth Saturday, “loud and 
clear," 

The defence department said 


THIS TREE COULD 
BE DANGEROUS 


broadcast about Christmas. ward, the station at Ft. Sam 
The Pentagon said that Houston. Tea., "Interrogated' 
shortly after 2 pm PST the the satellite at 5.10 p.m EST. 
communications station at ordering it to send down the 
Corona. Calif., contacted the message it had received, 
satellite as it passed. This message, the Pentagon 

Then a vohr lor recording said, “was received loud and 
aboard Ihc satellite said: I clear by the Texas siailon and 

"This is Prado Dam United by the Georgia station.*’ 


tragedy „ . . take every precaution 
with your Christmas tree. Keep 
open flame ai a distance . . . check 
your wiring of the light* . . . and 
rfor financial protection, let us check 
your insurance coverage. 


Sputniks 

Larger 


Students Fill Children's Sunshine flags 

tudenis at Central Junior High cheque to Brig. C. J. Milley Is Sheila 

Duggan. Other students are Nadine 
Smith, left, Wayne Morson, Bill Ham- 
ilton. Bov Holm, Heather Forrest, 
Gladys Michael. Inger Aasen. Dorothy 
Horton and Juity Smith. — (Colonist 
photo. ) 


LONDON 'API— A leading 
Soviet scientist tonight be 
hilled claims that the United 
Slate* Alla* satellite 1* the big 
gest thing yet launched into 
orbit round the earth. 

• Each of the three Soviet 
carrier rockets that orbited 
tlie earth after launching Sput- 
niks weighed considerably 
Fears of a water shortage more* Dr. Leonid Sedov Raid. 

Greater Victoria next sum- Rut Sedov said theie was no 
«*r have been allayed by ab- doubt the Atlas represented 
irmally heavy rainfall In re- an important success in the 
nt weeks, water commix- American program of space re- 
aper Ronald Upward said. search. 


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PENTICTON i CP) — Olin nature." he said. "It is not | ft 
Lee Brage. 53 year-old Kaleden enough that there be mere ^ 
orchardtst. was committed for suspicion. 1 vj \i 

trial Saturday on a charge of Brage. he said, had been in W 
murdering German immigrant custody since Oct 7 and is suf If 
fruit picker Anita Budde 28. fering heavily financially and 
Defence counsel Frank mentally. LI 

Christian made a strong plea When the magistrate decided 
for Immediate acquittal by to commit the accused. Christ- 
Magistrate Harold Jennings, urn **,() he will ask the at- if 
"I submit that the Crown's torney • general's department (,/ 

cane Is of an extremely weak that the Jury trial b* held ya 

speedily. ju 

•T am not here to Judge If 
whether the accused is guilty 
or nor guilty." said Magistrate 
Jennings. The question was 7 jk 
whether there "may" be 
enough evidence to convict the 
accused. if 

The magistrate warned the %\ 
press against publishing any- 
thing which could prejudice a Jj 
fair trial |Tz 

Asked if he had anything to if 
>ay. the tall sandy halted Iff 
prisoner replied in a high- TA 
pitched voire; "I am innocent 'Sj 
of this charge, sir, your fj 
worship." if 


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Reward money offered 
for a aolution to the slaying 
of a tame deer In Beacon Hill 
Park two w e e h • ago 
mounted yesterday to 

A further 1100 wax offered 
by C. C. I'arpenter, of 4000 
< edmr lllll. 

Remainx of a deer found 
floating In Ihr Gorge Thurs- 
day proved In lie from a wild 
animal ponsibly dumped by 
a hunter. 


The yellow canary and the 
common linnet are two of 
many varieties of the finch 


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Aylmer Kernel Corn 14ot tln , 2 ,<* 35* M 
Springhill Plum Pudding J4oI 67* u 

York Sweet Mixed Pickles 16M „ r .23* (i 
Nalley’s Potato Chips 

McCOLL'ft 

Mincemeat 


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ready to serve. 
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9-pound 
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Burns' Boneless 


DELIVERED IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS 


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$ Cocktail Sausage 

3 

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$ Selection of Ducks, Geese and Fowl 


Extri Store Hour* 

Monday, Dee. 22 
Tuesday. Der. 23 

Shop-Easy and Tom-Boy 
Stores In the Victoria 
area will he open until 
9 p.m. for the sale of ail 
merchandise. 


Economy, 

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Ice Cream 


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V. Antarctica head- 


By Red Smith 


tenet. It ha* become a tradition with thl* club, and the pl*y- 
er» are Jealous of their reputation and they believe in their 
ability to protect it. 

Several week* sgo Andy Rohuatelli drove to the airport 
to catch a plane for Pittsburgh. RnbuMeW ts a key man In the 
defenaive unit A gresl end. he call* the signal* for the Giants 


v -rote • 


Scoring for Shamrock* were 
Art Green, who got two. Ed 


Cle-vrland lUron. to May 
em the benrh when the two 


when the other team ha* the ball. En route, ha picked up Toro 
Landry, the defensive coach, and a couple of playmate* 

Naturally, they talked football during the ride and nat 
urally the subject was defensive football. Landry dropped 
aome remark about the poaalbillty of the opposition overcom 
Ing the defence one of the*e day*. ‘The way you read about 
it in the papers '* he aald. “you get the notion that thla outfit 
can atop anything .'* 

Keeping hi* handa on the wheel, Rnhu»t*|l| turned his 
bead Juat far enough to fling a reply over hla ahoukier. 


10 Batty Ctolimint V*"" 4 *- * c • D * t * l> '*** 


Second-Half Power Tells Story " f — 

kickers Annex Jackson Cup 


By GARTH WILTON 

Victoria Kickara. battling | 
both their opponents and the 1 
elements with dogged deter | 
minalion. aenred four un 
answered goals In the second 
half to defeat Esquimau, 5-1. 
yesterday In the Jackaon Cup 


a single goal while scoring 
once themselves, but faded 
badly In the final 45 minutes. 

However. Eaquimalt wasn’t 
outplayed as much as the 
score would seem to indicate. 
They were victims of some 
dubious calls by the officials. 


Stewart no chance on a direct 
kick. 

After Eisler made several 
brilliant saves, Tom Druce 
scored for Esquimau, taking 
both the hall and Eisler into 
the goal on a perfect cross 
from Ken Druce. 

a f tor Kirkers went ahead 


close and then missing ihe 
corner after heating Eisler. 
Seconds later he hit the cross 
bar with a booming drive. 

After that brief flurry, it 
was all Kickers. 

Kickers went two up when 
Koenig scored on a cross from 
Antol Major at 11 minutes. 

They pressed continually. 


from dose In that Stewart par 
I tally blocked but couldn t hold 
out. 

Two Victoria and District 
League all alar teams will pro 
vide Boxing Day eniertain- 
ment for local soccer fans, 
meeting in an exhibition match 
at Royal Athletic Park at 2 


difficult. Kickers kept the pres Kicker goaltender Le po b||| un „ble to put a loose ball past Stewart. 


m un. ... — r ■ . . Dlav but were unumr iu pu- - 

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Santa Claus 
At First Tee 
On Boxing Day 


n.-.vtmne C.rAi H/Ill/l Smith 


It’s not IIKeiy mat ounnu »<> 
Dally Colonist Christmas Tree tour- 
nament will have to face conditions 
like these on Boxing Day. although 
Jn the rest of Canada, golf will be out 
of the question. Here U S. ( om- 
mander Merle McBaine (right) pre- 
pares to blast out of a "snowtrap at 


quarters for International Geo- 
physical Year scientists. Kibitzing is 
Cant. Eugene H. Maher, called ’the 
Sam Snead of Antarctica” in a 
region only 75 miles from the bottom 
of the earih. — (CP photo.) 


Santa Claus will be at the first tee with gifts for 
all on Boxing Day. when 195 golfers tee off in the Daily 
Colonist Christmas Tree tournament, but the four 

biggest presents will be waitin g "at the 19th." 

In addition to their gift 

r cial* at Victoria Golf L lub have, 

from Santa, courtesy of the |h , men’s entry ( 

Hudson s $ay Company, win trom # l6 to wifi a m . u*ing 
ners of th^ men * and ladies’ |>ot H the first and lllh lees 
low gross and low net compe Ladles will tee otr at l p 
| tition* will receive replicas of lands Golf Club starting at 
! Christmas Ti*e Trophy. 9am 
The golf balls they use in All local clubs are repre 
their victories will be suitably sented in the tournament with 
ln*crlhed and permanently other entries from the Royal 
mounted on Ihe large Irophyj Canadian Navy Golf A.w'ia 
Record entry for the fifth lion. Mount Brenton. Cow irhan. 
annual competition consists of Nanaano. Vancouver and Port- 
128 men and 67 ladle*. Offb|land 

. I * Doctor Seek* Third Title 


Goalie Shines for Kirkers 


The World Scries of 19ol started in Yankee 
tadium on the day after Bobby Thomson f» red I 

pJard round the world— that preposterously melo- 
ramntic home run that won the pennant playoff for 
ip Ciants after thev had lost it to the Dodgers. A guy 
»uH nE t ypewrftp r into the pro** box felt a tap on 
Si ihoolder ^turned to find Warren Brown, an 
uthor from Chicago, addressing him. 

"Notre Da me Ohio State in 1*35.” Warren ^wlthno r 
reamble whatever. "Dempsey-Firpo. and that thing yeater ai 

*' ••Yeasir’' the other said, and went on to hi* seat under fi 
• net mu cvRctlv whst Warren had in mind He was saying ( 
K* Sl ol the sport* heat, these were the throe In N 
x>mnarahlv dramatic performance* he had seen, and he knew s , 
r wasn* ne^sarv to spell It nut to get hi* meaning across p . 

nents to the excitement of sport In that respect they re still 
mmatched, vet this autumn has witnessed another which, con 
udereri for li* monetary Importance to a profeesiona o^anii* 
•Inn was as big as Thomaon’a hit. That wa* Pat Siimm rail % 
MYyard field goal through a snowstorm In Yankee Stadium 

la»i Sunday. . 

This was the second successive Sunday That found the 0 
Giant* looking Into the face of sudden death, a* far as com g 
petition for the National Football League championship . was .t 
concerned. A week earlier, they had come from behind to „ 
^r^troit bv two points and remain In contention against c 
tile' Cleveland Browns. Now they were P^gthe Brawny „ 
and although they had again come from behind to tie the ,, 
score, a tie wasn’t going to do them any good. 

Had to K in or Dir \ 

They had to win or die. So In the closing minute Sum- 
roerall kicked the ball tariher and higher and slraighter t! han I 
he know* how to kick It and the goal wa* good and the « 
Giants won. 

Now the season which should have been ended had to go 
on another week Now there would have to be a playoff worth 
at least 1200.000 at the box office, and if tbe Gianis could win 
thl* for the Eastern Division championship they would qualify 
to meet the Baltimore Colt* for the league title That s another 
1200.000 gan^e In which they could have no part except for 

Summerall’s Kick , . . . . __ 

For a one shot, all or nothing, gofor broke play. Summer 
air* meant a* much to his tram a* Thomson’s did to his 

As this ts written. Jim Lee Howell, the coach. Hnb Daley, 
the pres* agent, and Just about everybody else In ihe New 
York organization. Is doubling in Ihe box office trying to ac- 
commodate ihe demand for tlrketa to the years third meet- 
lne-w»lh the Clevelands. Customers began queueing up ai the 
beginning of the week, pleading for a chance to go see for 
themselves whether any team In the world can beat the Browns 
three time* In a single season 

The Gianta It says in such papers a* one Is ahle to linn 
In New York these day* are favored by a bare shade to 
bring off their third straight conquest of Cleveland Yet b»- 
fore tbe season opened, what odd* would have been quoted 
against the prospect of any team turning the hat trick against 
Paul Brown? Ten In one - * Fifty to one’ A hundred’ 

C.hnnrey , hut Justified Met 

The bettor could, one suspects, have named hi* own price, 
although now In the wonderful clarity of hindsight aurh a 
gamble can be figured as a very good bet. It would be a chancy 
bet, of course, yet one could Justify It on the history of New 
York as a defenaive team Much more often than not over 
the years, the Giants have either held the Browns in check 
or made them sweat and suffer (or the winning point*. 

Years before Howell succeeded Steve Owen as coach, the 
Giants enjoyed an earned reputation for excellence on de 


Grid f 
Final | 
Today 

NEW YORK— A brilliant 
rookie, a hardened veteran 
and a pair of Held goal 
specialists loom as the key M 
figures here today as ( 
Cleveland Browns meet 1 , 
New York Giants in a 
sudden -death battle for the I- 
eastern conference Nation- 1 , 
a I Football league title. * 

tThe playoff game will be > 
trie vl«o»<1 over the CBS net- 
work channels 7 and 12. * 

starting at II a m. P?tT.| 

1 

Browns arc rxp<*cled to roly 1 
once again on the tremendous , 
ground game of rookie fullback 1 
Jimmy Brown, greatest rusher 1 
in NFL history. Giant* will ‘ 
counter with the passing of < 
ace quarterback Charley Con 
erly, But In the end It could 
he a rouple of fellows named 
Lou Groza and Pat Summerall ; 
who make the difference. 

It was a 49 yard field goal j 
by Summerall in the final two 
minutes that gave the Giants 
a 13-10 victory over the Browna 
» laxt Sunday and forced tht* 

1 playoff. Groza t* rated one of 
1 the best placement kicker* ever 
’ to play In the NFL. 

Kicking of these two could 
r prove especially important if 
the team* should finish rrgula- 
• non time In a tie. In that case. 

the game will continue on a 
■ suddendealh overtime basis. 
v with the first team to *mre a 
■’ point winning and advancing 
l * to next Sunday's playoff 
** against Baltimore Colta. 

r TOKS OF COIN 

A loss of the coin will decide 
d who kick* off to start the over- 
o time and play will slop only to 
e- switch end* if they play for 
<1 15* minute* wU-houl a score. v 
»t A sellout crowd of over 70.- 
non it expected to he at Yankee 
Stadium for the game, whtch 
will be played In weather foro 
cast as clear and cold. 

, Giant* have beaten t h e 
»y Brown* twice thl* year. The 
w first time the score wa* 21 17. 
er a* Conerly threw three touch 
ck down passes. 

E FAN FARE 


In the men's event, Dr., 
George Bigelow of Ihe host 
club will tee off at 9.12 In an 
effort to capture his third 
straight low grow champion- 
ship. In his foursome will be 
BUI McColl of Royal Co 1 wood, 
1955 groa* winner, and Frank 
Scroggs of Uplands, who wa* 
the first tournament winner 
in 1954. Rounding out ihe 
foursome will he Vince Clark 
son, the long-hitting fnur- 
handicapper from Colwood. 


Men's Draw 


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N. M BaDmfont <V IS> 

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Just ffhind them will be 
another of the "big' four- 
somes In contention for the 
gross title John Merriman. 
winner of the current winter 
medal. Boh Morrison. Doug 
Munro and Vic Painter. 

Defending champion in the , 
low net competition Is C. D. 
Palmer of Gorge Vale, who 
won with a 33 handicap last 
year Since hi* victory he has 
cut thp handicap down to 22 | 
There will he a new low 
gross champion named In the 
ladies' event. Mrs. Shirley 
Naismilh. who ha* won for ihe 
paM two years. Is nnl an 
entrant, hut Mr*. H. G. Mac 
Kenztr, runner up last year, 
u again in the competition. 

* * * 

Ladies' Draw 


Surrounded hv EsquifTtttlt all ackers, 
Victoria Kickers' goallendor Leopold 
Eisler goes high into ihe air to clear 
the ball from In front of the goal. 
Eisler was one of the key figures as 


Kickers defeated Ksquimalt, 5-1, yes- 
terday at Royal Athletic Park to cap- 
ture the Jackson (’up, emblematic of 
lower Island soccer supremacy.— 
(Colonist photo.) 


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western division of the 
Western Hockey League 
single point of ihe first- 
place Seattle Totems in the 


last night with a 5-2 vic- 
tory over the Flyers at 
Spokane. 

On the prairie* Calgary 
Stnmpivlcis got help from 
Saskatoon Quakers and pained 
a game on the front running 
Edmonton Flyer* in ihe east 
rrn division. While Quaker* 
weie blanking thp Flyer*. 30. 
A i S.v*katoon. the Stamp* 
trimmed the touring New 
Went minuter Royals, 6 2, at 
Calgaiy 

Gamblg. a youngMei in hi* 
first leMWili of professional 
hockey, made 30 saves as ihe 
Canucks prahh**! a firs! period 
lead and never lei go 

Mel Pearson, another mem 
ber of Canuck*’ bumper crop 
of rook leu. led the scoring 
with two goals. AIca Kuzma. 
Garry Blame 'yet another 
rookie i and Ron Hulchinaon 


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Racing News , 
More Sport 
On Page 12 

By Walt DUaen 


Navy ran Us unbeaten ntreak 
In the Commetclal Hockey 
League to six pamen laid nlphf. 
whipping A<‘4 *s. 9 1, before 

IJMRi fans at Memorial Arena. 


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• In other Commercial League 
action. Army won Us first 
game of the *e.i*.on by turning 
hark Shell Aocv frl 
Navy goi two goal prrlnrm- 
unie* from Johnny Reddln, 
Neil Stanrtlev John Bond and 
Ron GilLClIff Uhren who also 
picked up two »*aim*. scored 
the othei Navy goal 

For A res Bob Sojherg was 
the lone scorer. 

Boh A*hwnrth and Pete Me- 
Neal each scored twice for 
Armv with R Larsen and R 
ppokett each sr-ortng once 
Vies goal was scored by Bob 
| Fowler 

In the exhibition larrosseon- 
ire game. Shamrockk defeated 

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On Christmas 

NEW YOKK ( AP) — Rich- 
ard Canning, president of 
the American Hnrkey 
I .e- ague. Friday ordered 
I .arry Zeldel of Hen* hey 


Mere the others to beat Fmile 
Francis. AI Johnson and Rev 
Bril scored for Flyer* after 
Canuck* had built up a 4 0 
lead. 

At Sa*kaloon. the Quaker* 
turned in their best home-ire 
perlormanro of the seanon to 
move I hire point* In front of 
the last place Winnipeg War 
rtnrs Lea Lllley. Itoh Kahel 
and Jai kie Method got Ihe 
goals. 

Flyer*, plagued with Inj 
le*. dressed only 13 men lor 
Ihe g..mr, and Lucicn Dechrna 
had to make only 17 saves In 
registering his Itrot shutout of 
the ae«*on. 

Billy Hay stored two third 
peilod goal* in just over 
minute al Calgary lo bleak 
open a light giime.and give 
the Si amps their win. 

FOUGHT BAC K 
Royal* had fought from be 
1 hind a 3u driicit to m 
within a single goal on thoUl 
n> Ad Jones and Max McNab 
Hui Hay mured at 9 I" of me 
( third period anti again at 10.27 
to pul Stamps oui of reach 
Wayne Hicks got the Boat 
goal at 16.1X1. Lou Jankowski 
and Eddie Dorohoy had given 
Calgary a 2-0 Jeatl in the lirsi 
period, and Dusty Blair sc 
in the second before Ko>al* 
Alaited their drive. 

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Ron Marshall. 

Jack Milhurn. Mel David*nn 
and Gary Anderson fired the 
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Sue Butt, Willey 
Top Tennis Stars 


SEATLE iAPI-Two Cana 
dians Paul Willey of Vancou- 
ver and Susan Bui! of Vic- 
toria led (he men's and wixn 
en‘* singles divisions as the 
Pacific Northwest Lawn Ten 
Ms Association announced its 
lU.Jt ranking* Saturday. 


Janet llopps of Seattle. Doris 
Popple of Portland and Ann 
Barclay of Vancouver. B.C., 
were Hated as 'not ranked for 
Insufficient data." This expres- 
sion is used for players com 
peting outside Ihe area. 


Gutoski, Taylor 
In Consols Finals 


Rinks skipped by <.ar Tay- 
lor and Tony Gutoski will 
represent Victoria In the HI. 
Consols Vancouver Island /one 
final Jan. 17 18 at Victoria 
Curling Club. 


Crown I* riiu e 

.... Wes Toungs rvc 

Temus Champ, 


Miss Hoppl, who toured ex 
lensiively in 195k. is ranked 
No 7 among the nation's fern 
III me tennis stars BUI QuUlian. 
Seattle, w*> not ranked for the 
same reason. 

Other rankings Included: 

Men’s singles 7. Louts Sur 
villc. Vancouver; 11. Art Jef 


Women s single*- 2. Sharon 
Whit laker. Victoria; t>. Beverly > 

| Danbv, Vancouver; 7. Clara I 
| Lovett. Vancouver; 10. Mlrja|{ 
I Paterson, Victoria. 

Mens doubles 3 Art Jef 
■ frey Paul Willey. Vancouver. 

Junior men -14 Dave Wight 
man, Vancouvei . 20. Ray Gam- 
lln. Vancouver. 

Boys— 1 John Fraser. Vic 
toria; 5. Tim Cummings Van 
1 couver; 11. Eric Bojsen. Van- 
J couver. 

Boys. 13 and under— 3. Ken 
1 Dahl. Vancouver. 

| Girls— 4. Vicky Berner. Van ; “ 
couver; 5. Hedy Rulzebeck 
Vancouver; 7. Monica Ahlen, 
Vancouver. 

Junior women -3, Judy Gam- | 
lln. Vancouver; 7, Vicki Berner. 


TOKYO (API — Crown 
Prince Akltillo won s trophy 
Katurday for the first time 
In his life— In a tennis tour 
nainent. 

The prince teamed with 
Mis* Takayo l eno of W aeeda 
1 diversity to win the mixed 
doubles title of the lawn ten 
nis club. Thev twal Tadaiehl 
Hlrakaws. chief Kngllsh an 
nouneer for the wartime 
shortwave network of the 
gmernment radio, teamed 
with Mis* Tsinlko Hume. 
bJ 04. R 2 

Miw Mlchlkn Shoda. Akl- 
hlto's fian<-ee, watched from 
the sidelines. 


Taylor won Ihe second Vie 
toria berth last night by de 
feattng Wally Stub's Navy 
link, giving Taylor a 4-2 record 
In the seven-rink round robin 
serlea. 

Gutoski, defending B C. 

champion, who had already 
clinched a spot, completed the 
series undefeated by defeating 
Wes Young's RCN rink. Curl- 
are BUI Dun- 

Gary Leibel and Dale , Vancouver. 

Dalziel. the same rink he had Not ranked for Insufficient 
last year. data — Ann Barclay. Van- 

TAYLOB'H RINK couver. 

Ken Sturrock. Bill Purdy and 
Laurie Perlette are on Taylor* 
rink. 

1 Gutoski and Taylor will now 
compete In a round robin with 
two rink* from each of the 
Duncan, Albemi Valley andi 
Nanaimo curling clubs. All J 
rinks will play one game on | 
their home ice before the first 
three draws on Jan 17. The 
competition concludes with 
three more draws the following 

day 

Gutoski and Taylor play j 
their "l»mt" game Monday 
night at 8 pm. 



Richard Scores Two 
Bruins, Toronto Tie 


Montreal's Maurice 
(Rocket) Richard scored 
two goals last night as the 
Canadiens opened up an 


and drew a 10 minute mh»con- T “ ,HM rKIUOU 

for hit tiouble. ' u.',«u net Prow* t»tf 

Then Jerry Toppazzini threw 

a tantrum, smashing his stick h*u m *' ... in u * 

on the Ice and throwing the ,l ""* •' 11 * 1# " 

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He also earned a lOminute 
rest In the penalty box. 

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Look Dick. It’s Easy 

Toronto Maple I^afs forward Dick Duff appears 
to be impressed by the puck -blocking ncrebatics 
of Don Simmons. Boston Bruins agile netminder. 
Simmons had a fRiriy easy time in goal last night 
as the Bruins came from behind tf) gain a 2-2 tie 
with the Leafs at Toronto — I CPC ) 


■ Turkey Shoot Draws Crowd 
Still Many Prizes Remain 


More then 800 people turned , (shooters there will be chances 

' to wtn lurkeys and ham* via 
the - spinning wheel ' and bin 
go game 


Record Entry 
For Bonspiel 


out at Ihe Albert Head 
ground* for the HrsT day of 
the annual Victoria Gun Club 
turkey, shoot yesterday and In 
the proceM helped fill the cof 
fers of the Dally Colonist !S00 
Fund 

The dub ha* |uaranteed the 
fund S2V>. If the total pro 
, reed* are more than Sl.OOiV 
1 the fund will receive one-half 
of the additions^ profit* a* 
well. 

Today’s final half of the 
at 9 a^n 


Ammunition and refresh- 
ments will be available, and 
the event will go on rain or 
shine. 


Hall Will Bid 

If Lions Sold 


Nino 

‘Professional 

Rin" Champ' 

new york u rn Big 

Nino Valdc* of Cubs, estatlcal 
ly elated over hi* first round 
technical knockout of P»t Mc- 
Mur'ty, announced Saturday. 

"I am claiming the ptofc* 
•tonal heavyweight champion- 
ship of the world " 

The explosive giant, who 
tagged MiMurtry of Tacoma. 
Wash . with the first knockout 
of hi* car4*er ut 2.39 nf the find 
round Friday night in Madison 
Square Garden, declared: 

•’I'll defend at any time 
•gainst Floyd Patterson, who 
Is really only an amateur 
champion because he defend* 
only against amateurs. And 
I'll kill him be* au*- I'm an a* 
•a **in a knockout assassin 
Valdc* who flew home 1o 
Havana for a two-day visit, 
charged that Patterson was 
afraid to fight him because 
-he pulled away from a fight 
with me that wa* almost 
closed for the Garden on Dec. 

or 12. Now he can get $100. 
000 for fighting me at Ha 
vans " 

Nino l* rated second among 
contender* by the Ring Magaz 
Ine and fourth by the NBA. 

John Michels 
Bomber (loach? 

WINNIPEG tCPi - Sports- 
caster Johnny Essw Mid Sal 
urdty that John Michel* line 
roach with Texas A and M. 
wai In Winnipeg to talk with 
Blue Bomber official* about 
the line coach Joh vacated h> 
Wayne Robinson. 


VANCOUVER <CPt — 
General Manager Coley Hall 
of the Western Hockey 
leagues Vancouver Canuck* 

nf the primary event ■»"<* 100 ham* lo be distributed Mld Saturday he heads 


competition starts 

Ninety rinks, largest entry ’spiel, have entered the annual and continue* until du»k. 
tn the history of Victoria Commercial Bnnsptel. which About 130 turkeys and hams 
Curl,n S cub (or . ~n<mbrd.l ...... Box.,,, D,> 

Wally Stuhbs' Navy rink, and there are atUl 300 lurKey* 

wdnner 


last year, will be entered In 
defence of the Victoria Curling 
Club Trophy Other events 
are the J. C. Switzer and the 
consolation. 

First drsw starts at 8 am 
Boxing Day. Ptay continues 


today. 

Those Interested in partici- 
pating can get to the club 
grounds by following arrow* 
along Sooke road from Col 
wood comer and turning left 
on Metcho*ln road. 

There wUl he shooting 


Saturday night, all day Sunday evenU f or classes from 
and Monday night, with finals beginner* to expert*. For non 

and dance aet for Tuesday 

night. 

Friday’s first draw 

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W*i Young 


came forward as the "front 
man" of a local syndicate | 
which hopes to purchase the 
publicly-owned team and con-, 
veil it to private ownership.! 
a "I have been approached by 
•lx man syndicate which will my associates several times 
put In a competitive bid if the in Ihe past with regard to 
British Columbia Lions profes buying the Lions." Hall said^ 
sional football franchise is "But the team was never 
offered for sale offered for sale and H naver 

Hi* «tat4*nent came two days has been my Intention to 
after Nat Bailey, ptesident of interfere. 

Vancouver Mountles of the 


Pacific Coast Baseball League 


>31 Mississippi and I >Sl 

i. A 4Mr»«4**»] X » 

Good Bowl Choices 


ft BI.IC OPERATION 

•The football club was 
formed a* a publicly owned 
operation and has become sue- 
cessful, financially. That it 
hasn’t b4»en succes*ful on the 
field is another matter. 

"In view of present ctrcum- 
stances I feel It w In the best 
interests of football that a 
second syndicate throw Its hat 
In the ring." 

Hall said he will recommend 
to the hoard of directors of 
Ltd.. 

, i!ian'x ,, ioJh Tanked * h "' h oW ^ and i °P° ra ' r ' \ h * 


NEW YORK ( AP > — Missis second ranked 11 a,w k e y e s 
sippt Louisiana State. Syra <7 11) in the Rose Bowl New 

«nd Cxllforni* ho,* ,n 7« r -. D.S ( ;NBC TVO V „ nrouv , r v-ntur-s 

bolster their losing bowl In Urn fifth major bowl. 


in a wide-open National 
Hockey League game at 
Montreal. 

At Toronto, Boston Bruins 
rallied after trailing 2-0 to gain 
a 2 2 tie with the last place , 
Maple Ix»afs and move within 
two polnta of the Idle Red 
Wings. 

After making the play for 
Dickie Moore's goal In the 
first period. Richard beat 
Chicago goaltender Glenn Hall 
twice tn the second period. I 
The goals were hi* 13th and 
14th of the season and his 
521st and 522nd in league play. 

Andre Pronovoat scored the 
other Montreal goal in the first 
period. 

YILRPHY SCORES 

For the Black Hawks, who 
had their share of scoring 
1 chances but were unable to ( 
solve Jacques Plante In the i 
Montreal nets. Ron Murphy , 
was the lone marksman. 

A mild flareup broke out In 
the second period when Tom 
Johnson and Murphy were 
given double minors and 
Montreal's Dickie Moore re- 
i ceivod a minor for charging 
j Into Murphy during the mix- 
I up 

Bruins, who held a wide 
edge in territorial play, took j 
advantage of two Toronto pen- 
alties to score thidr goals. ’ 
M, KENNEY TIES IT 
Guy Gendron got the flrxt 
I In the second period and Don 
McKenney fired the tying goal 
in the third period. Leaf 
scorers were Ron Stewart and 
George Aimstrong. 

Bower's brilliant work In 
goal preserved a tie for the 
Leafs in the final period when 
Boston failed to click on sev- 
eral fine scoring opportunities. 

Refetee Frank Udvarl was 
the target of verbal abuse 
from both the 12,691 fans and 
players on both teams. Bruins. 
In particular, were unhappy 
with two of hi* call* 

RIG PROTEST 

In the second period. Udvarl 
called Boston's Lihi I^ablne 
for elbowing. Defenceman 
Fern Flsman protested the 
penalty in vigorous fashion 


England Gains Dra 
In Tasmanian Test 

LAUNCESTON. Australia seven four*, came in foi 
(Reuters) England's < i i. krt hours 24 minutes, 
team was held to a draw by. England's second tanlng| 
an Australian aquad Saturday was highlighted by 52 by To 
although the tourist* had built Graveney. Be batted <5 mi 
up a commanding lead by the utes, hitting six fours and nt 
cln<s* of the three-day match six Willie Watson, biddlr 
The Australian team nar- ; for opening hat position 

row 1> averted having to follow England * second test teat 

on by scoring 241 runs in made 42. 
reply to England's first innings 
score of 384 for nine dedan^d. 

England then added 162 for 
four in Its second innings 
before the close. 

The Australians, who fin- 
ished Friday's play with 154 
for two. crumbled against the 
new ball bowling of Frank 
Tyson, who took three lor 60. 
and Freddie Trueman, who 
was two for 44. 

DOGGED STAND 
Tfte last five wickets 
tumbled for 35 runs in 105 
minutes, four batamen being 
dismissed without scoring. A 
dogged unbeaten 27 by Tas- 
manian batsman Doug Walton 
averied the follow on. 

Earlier Colin McDonald, the 
I Australian te*i opener, hud 
taken his overnight 89 to 101. 

which included 


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oiino«i>-jtffa •mnar c wruitM^cH* j n Gator Bow 1 at Jackson- 
vinn.r T.n -«a-^ ^ jM| | yille. Fla . next Saturday. Dec. 


Othtr JMI. 

Vogler Leading 
Bowlins Series 


27 i CBS TV i. 

Louisiana State UOOi the 
nation’s No. 1 team and only 
ma)or unbeaten and untierl 
outfit, is rated 16 points over 
Clemson t H 2 » in the Sugar 
New- 


We* Vogler rolled an 819 Bow! at New Orleans 
serte* yesterday to take over Year * Day (NBt IV 
Ihe lead in the "championship 
bowling" fivepln competition 
at Capital Cltv Bowling Alleya. 

Don Corbett finished second 
with 757. followed by Reg 
Waggoner at T26 and defend 
ing champion Dick Hall st 634 


"tf Venture* turn It down 
— I will go ahead on behalf of 

Remember ^ lien: 

those in his private syndicate 
hut said they are all Vancouver 
businessmen. 

One of their chief complaints 
with the Lion* ha* been their 
operational selup. with 28 
directors and scattered enm- 
cnlttees. Though leading Can- 
ada in attendance and gate 
receipts. Lion* have finished 
last twice and fourth three 


Montreal hockey fan* 
JanuneO the railway Marion 
four year* ago la*t night In 
rheer Maurice (Rnrkel) 
Richard'* return after he 
hail *cored hi* 400th K"»l In 
a game at Chicago, The 
grrat rightwinger of Mont- 
real < anadlens achleyrd a 
total of 600, Including play- 
off*, agaln.l Hanger* nt New 
York last Nov. 26. 


Cyracuse iB-li. ranked 9th. 
i* a 13 point undenlog to Okla 
homi'i fifth ranking Scniners 
49 1 » in the Orange Bowl at 
Miami, Fla., New Year * Day 
(CBS TV i 

California i73». ranked 16th. 


time* in the five team Western 
I Interprovtnciai Football Union. 

Gridkier llrlp* Out 

Toronto -L-Phiw Hockey Scores 

Mann, stsr Import backfielder ^ 

with Toronto Argonaut* of the 


In eliminations, Waggoner had is the biggest long shot of the 
869. Vogler 815. snd Corbett bunch. The Golden Beat* *re 
814 


Big Four Football League, has 
formed a musical group called 
ihe Jazz Fashioner* which pro- 
vided the music at a benefit 


RoyalsStillllnbcaten 
In Pee Wee Division 


rated 18 point* behind Iowa » dance last night The proceeds 

went to Ray Smith. Central 
Technical School quarterback 
now in sanitarium with tuber 

culiysi* 


Royal* ran their unbeaten 
■freak to six game* in the pee 
wee division of the Greater 
Victoria Minor Hockey Associa 


ttor. yesterday, edging Flyers. 

2 1. to preserve their one-point 
lead over Maroons 

Maroons held on to second 
place hy blanking Bombers, 
50. apd Senator* consolidated 
their hold on third »pot with a 

3 1 win over Capitals. 

Gary Day and Mike Smlthera 
scored for Royals, while 
Gontte Strongman replied for 
Flyer* 

Nick Orton lt*l Miyoona with 
two goal* and Dennis Farrell. 
Allan Hlne amt Richard Fallen 
added single* 

Don McNeill. Brian Stubba 
and Ken Alexander were Sena 
tors' marksmen Ed Car ley got 
th* only goal for Capitals 


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NAGPUR India tReutersl — 

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die* In a strong position on 
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verst lies hete. 

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four 

Sober*. 22 year-oid Barbados, 
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The Rangers improved their 
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champions, are in second place 
with Preston hut have a bet 
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A HANDOVER 

West Bromwich Albion lost a 
chance to retain the league 
lead when rain and mud forced 
a cancellation of the game 


a shaky though winning Davis 
Cup debut in the singles. 


PERTH, Australia (AP) M*ekay will play l ictrangeu 

Perrv Jones Sunday in- while Olmedo Simla. 

. firct %,*»».• will The American performance 

dicated this first . j n the doubles was not enough 

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called into emergency aervice 
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In I us fhst big league game 
«t London'* Highbury Stadium, 
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“ t saw Arsenal 
down "o tr* third successive 


LONDON (Reuters) A 
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sensational debui in English 
fust division soccer Satur 
d,. and helped Preston Barton 
North End .teleat Arsenal 


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, field. 

Bolton Wanderer* took first 
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. house, England's centre for- 
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Tired and worn out from tin’ 
trying Job. the 70 year-old Los 
Angeles tennis veteran sent 
Alex Olmedo and Barry Mac 
Kay against Italy in the mean- 
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Olmedo and Ham Richardson 
clinched the besi-Of five Inter 
zone final in Saturdays 
doubles match. 

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Olmedo. the Peruvian from 
the University of Southern 
California, and Richardson, 
the VS. ace gamed the de- 
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Italy's Nicola Piet ranged and 
Orlando Simla 7 9, fi-4. 1311, 
7 5 In a rugged three hour 
match. 

Mackay. the big Yank from 
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opening singles hei fh to Ol- 
medo, goes into action Sunday 
as a substitute for Richardson. 
I who hustled off to Brisbane to 
get acclimatized to the sub- 
tropical heat for the challenge 
, test against Austialia Dec. 

! 2931 . 


__ Manchester United's rehuilt 

goal margin In the S |d e continued Us comeback 
Arsenal record with a 32 victory at 
Chelsea. 

The biggest score of the day 
was West Mams 60 success 
over Portsmouth. 

In the second division the 
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field Wednesday being shut 
out 4t) at Swansea. Badly- 
crippled Fulham, with only 
one regular first team for- 
ward in action, went down 4 1 
at Stoke. 

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Brian Clough, a challenger 
for the centre forward spot 
on England's national team, 

| second-half hat-trick 

in Middlesbrough s 6-4 win at 
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just plain rotating can ba emoyed tr. the fullest amtd 
irvnundmgs oi unbel'Fvsble beauty completely free 
>f smog or fog. Nights are delightful... sparMmg cochtails 
Informal dancing. stesV rules and many entertammg 
BCtrvit.es for a complete and happy verai>on. 

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flMHfek rrr . ... ‘-v OIFN w »«w.| rr 


AIR TICKET 


TMC MR ANT OK WAIKIKI.. 

M IT 50 V IIUTFI-^ 

Ml L k Hotungi, VnePrtuiteU 


Minimum Fare« rr»m Ttctnrla 

One W av Kr-ltiro 
■laagnw __ BSM.99 9MILB9 

iximion 93.V4I30 MWVl.fM 

Oslo $3,541 I * M17.99 

Ifanthtirg $376 An $4VM.I6 

4m*iertlim $379.66 NHAJH 

Mexico ( Itv *1HN» VMM 

Hnnohilu *14156 *716 66 

New York $111 66 $ 7*?7 66 

Miami $1 49. 16 *iW»R6 

N.n Diego $ 61.16 $i?7 *6 

M*e u* f*>» air fare* anr*M» g vj:.d 
the uorld Free reaervatloet a( hMV.g 
and reeer.a MU -eapeewe unjre rise and 
paaepeet* a 

Tour Perannai A«ev»l far 1* Teere 

GKOtGR K. WILIJ8 

WILLIS TRAVEL SERVICE 

1 «A« DOUG1.A9 KV $-471$ 

On* to Mefaea a a«lawa*. 


BLANEY'S SELL 
THE TICKETS 

*»• Douglas KV 2 7254 


Feathtrstone 
Travel Service Lid, 

“ Al The rrosawalk" 
7YI Yates Street 
FA l 2622 or KV t-4711 


CANT GET IN' U* phono 
and mail order serptce 
CHARGE IT PAY MONTHLY. 
NO INTEREST. NO CARRY- 
ING CHARGE 

OPP POET OFFICE — PHONE EV 1-7177 


HOURS ^ 
MON. TVl 

$30 a m. - 9 P m. 

WED »30 «- in- 
to 6 JO p nt 

1231 GOVT, 


George Paulin Ltd. 

1 nder the Clock In the 
1066 Rkn-k 

1066 fWurmmrnl H4. 
KV 2-916* 


It P»y» is Buy 
Nationally MvarHfdd 
Produch 





la , 111 Colonial Vkt » rU ' , C ’ ^ 11 lK * 13 


rom all. of us at SAFEWAY 

} c Edwards Coffee 

3‘ Fresh Bread 

5= Dark Fruit Cake 

jj t Mixed Nuts %%%?• 

ic Christmas Brilliants 


Season ’s Best to you 


Rich and Vigorous, 
24b. Un 


Q.T.F. Sliced. Crushed 
or Tidbits, 15-ox. tin. . 


Polly Ann White or 
Brown. 24-ox. wrapped 
loaf 


Berkshire — 
Medium, lb. 


Mrs. 

WkUman'i 


Gold Seal. Fancy, 
6-ox. Un 


Bel Air Premium, 
Frown, 15-ox. package 


Aylmer, Fancy, 
15-ox. tin 


Bright, Tasty Sugar Candy, 1-lb. package 


Gray Dunn 
Fancy Biscuits 


V Ice Cream 

• */ Party Pride — Rich and 
Jjf Creamy . . . Featuring 
ri. “Holiday Fruit” 

Half gallon 

Pint carton 


Libby’s. Fancy 
48-ox. tin 


Calimyrna 
Pulled Figs 


Ocean Spray, Whole or 
Jellied, 15-ox. Un 


Lucerne — Rich cream and 
spice, ready to use. 

Quart carton 


Town House, Fancy. Whole 
vacuum packed, 14-ox. tin.. 


Kreema Milk Tray 
Chocolates 


Fresh Milk 


Lucerne, Bonus Quality, 
Homogenized, half gallon 

Whipping Cream , 

"The perfect topping." Vi P 


Bel- Air, Premium. Frozen, 
12 -ox. package 


Needier'*, 
l-|b. box 


SAF£WAY 61 FT CtkTlFICATI 


Party Mixed Nuts 
Boxed Chocolates 
Boxed Chocolates 
Holiday Kisses 

II..I - Truly Fine — 60-15* M 

NylOnS Christina* package,... 


Plnetree Salted, 

12-ox. package 

Lownry'* Fifth Avenue 
1-lb. box 


$ Sweet Mixed Pickles 
& Potato Chips “ 

£ Mincemeat Jrrj 
Y' Salad Dressing 
$ Sweet Wafer Pickles 


Rose, 
24-ox. jar 


Moira Town Talk, 
2U-lb. box 


Solve Gift Problems . . . 

Buy Safeway Gift Certificates 

Give Safeway Gift Certificate* available in *5.00. 
$7.50 and $10.00 denomination*. May be used for 
the purchase of turkey*, hams or any other mer- 
chandise . . . available at all Safeway Store* 
throughout B.C. 


Kraft Miracle WTiip, 
16-ox. jar 


McLaren'*, 
16-ox. jar 


TURKEYS 


Japanese Mandarin — Stock up for tho 
Holiday Season 


The Finest in Town 

Government inspected, B.C. grown . . . 
Ready to stuff and pop Info the oven O 


| Cranberries 
“A”ib.49 c > Cauliflower 

Young Hens g Sweet Potatoes 

Over 10 lbs., under 16 lbs. — Grade California — Serve glazed with ham 

“A” ">• 59° % Brussels Sprouts 

California — F reah, Compart Head* 

§Ready-to-Eat HAMS jj No. 1 Tomatoes.- 

I "SSUf 1 I Dinner Hams | Gem Potatoes 


Ocean Spray— Make yonr own 
('ran berry Sauce or 4etty, 
16-ox. carton 


California — Frrah. Snow-while 
Head*, lb. 


Pair of “Drumstick Frills” FREE 

When you pick up your Turkey. Complete *e lection of 
Duck*, Geeae, Capon*, Itoaatara 


I'nder 10 Iba.— Grade 


North Star, RoaelcM 


Calfonda 

Taaty, 

Calorful.. 


Prices Effe ctive December 22nd to 24 UJn Greater Victoria and Duncan 

Store Hours 

iKUlAiMlIkw tuLU%,M. sj 

WcdaMday, l iiwN r 34*, f *■. to • P-*« *2 


Economy, 

1 lb. package 


Pork Sausage Meat 

Fresh Froiea Shrimp, Imported 
For Cocktails, etc. 

.s_. , 1.09 


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nuauiaoariinfionD 
irinuuo at-inn aon 
■■■uariD ofiao anoj 
luarinnoMU out#*** 
ana nation naunn! 
riuao nonnu ono i 


nu nnnnu ur-ici 
luiio tirinop rrin] 
nana priori*! 
i natiu uaouna! 
inaiauiiajutinri 
KinlouLKiluunn 
lonlgrioulmmi 


tillp ffaloatal **«•■*• 


Garden Notes 


gX/KTL i. OOCTO* 

hs wm mi ***** » 

COMMAND Of J 


tin. ®§N*«AL 
H^COMA •*** 
CUftfNATlO MX 
TMC 4 U*etCT 4 
WITH THS 
eXCEKTON Of-^ 


A NO SHOULD ANOTWE* 
■M.OCJEWT* OCCUR, THE 
SA90T fcuR Kill M w d 
THE 5K^T* Of rut U 

j a I. A«N»*! 


with rue wmecl 

LAUNCMINW.* 


Best Bean o 


tern 


causa they take too long 
and because they are too 
other purpose® 

Pine needles make ® 
and moat effective rru 
plants, but are especial 
tucking in around * trawl 
keep the berries dry an 
•oiling, at the same time 
rain to penetrate to the i 


packet respectively. Pod® are ready 
for picking 65 daya after aowing. 

DWARF HEATHER — tS. J.. Vic- 
toria •. The very dwarf heather you 
*aw tn bloom last week la probably 
either Calluna hlbernlca or Calluna 
hy email®. The final l* » “"y ,hln *' 
seldom taller than six inches, but very 
prolific In It* flowering, bearing 


* »IA it ecre a cuxMCt i that* ***** 


ilored bios 


great gaitleners. the late Eleanor Sin* 
clair Rohde, who made it her hobby to 
trace down old and forgoiten vege- 
table varieties. 

The vines grow very tall, often 
reaching 15 feet, and the pods aie 
rather unprepossessing in appearance, 
not too straight and a dirty purple 
color, changing to bright green when 
rooked. Connoisseurs claim that Blue 
Coco ha* the finest flavor of any bean 
in cultivation 

The seeds are still not easy to 
come by, but were offered la*t year 
by Vaughan's of Chicago and by 
Thompson and Morgan Ltd , Ipswich. 
England, at 2f cents and 2 sh illin gs^ 


MCORC* PUINSETT 
CANT 106 * 1 — 


. ) wt PONT OO UNTIL X 
. • TWfcVgE *€AP> SO* 
l IV* QUEST ION rwop 
V KXANPU.CAU.U6 . 


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KKO«PPOfe6NOr<»^ Pi XIKk 
I ounpau tor a* ofrgi or mavc# 


UJELLMX) GO HOME 
ANO TAkF ANOTHER 
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^ nEvER HCllCZDjT 


WtLL.lS MAJR WIFE 
I TALL— OR 5H0RT - r 
j OR TWIN —OR t — 
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WHAT ? ) pwT 


TV in Review 


vJHAT SiZE 
ocer DO >OJ 
iw*ant for y 
V0UR%-- y 

!*ife?JL# 


.. hv- Rod Selling's “One Night In once the problem was posed 

lems solved In ibe main . .. fu p nr i tp< ] out by and by Its characterizations - 

,he simple passage .he CBS TV a Pursuit was . good whole people, skillfully drawn. 

«5Srass:w:.7«ss 

Tricks undet P control. She waa yielding honesty of Ita course rather dull • 

guilty only occasionally of lick- 
ing her lip*, closing her eyes 
while looking heavenward, 
clasping and unclaaplng hei 
hands, patting the arms of 
other players one of her 
favorite devices, fluttering her 
voice, letting her breath run 


MEW YORK tUPlI — "One 
Red Rose for Christmas.” a 
one hour tranquilirer admin 
latered by l 1 S. Steel Hour last 
week, was painfully typical of 
what passes for drama during 
the Christmas season on TV. 

What television spoon® out 
at this time of year 1* great 
soothing dose* of everything- 


car Atj a MEg.cAsi, TV119 
6 CLT LOO** fEA*aJ 46 LY 

IWTELU6GUT .. EVEnI . . EVEU 
ATTRACTIVE ..IN A FWVgtcAL 

a wav. naturally ! A 


'NOOiUSTO 1 I KNOW THAT LOOK 
. 6 HTHIM, ) — rT TELE 6 RAPWS 
5F06R. / THE MESSAGE. **» 

^4-L AWUMENT^'-SO, 
WEFldHT'iMi 


ANNA ROSTOV-W CHOLAS 
. MARZ S MANAGE?. . 


Hollywood Today 


WHO'S THE PA66 
CHAMP* 5hE 
LOOVEO XinPA 
FAMiuAR. . 


Alec Guinness 
Could Win 
Double Oscar 


k* a kind of supei 1 iny-Tim 
Ism in which small children 
. and small animals and adults 
I with small problems fumble 
I around for awhile, but then 
I come together in one grand 
I emotional pomade while hut 
I tered snow falls softly out- 
side fhe window. 


the following did 


However 
mar her performance one 
hand to the brow (resignation*, 
and covering the eye 
•, l must think I. one 
covering the fare 
< horror i. I wo hand* to the 
i despair i, 

Ruth White, Ruth McDevltt 
eeney In minor 
e satisfactory* 

a child performei . 


Red Roar for Christ on f 
as. as I said, typical. [P lr * 
l no real problem nor hand 
notional conflict. It 
presented a nun who ,a * r 
(Able to forgive an 
Who had indirectly »nd Joseph sw 
the death of the nun * role*, were qu 
Patty Duke 

e end, of course, the *eem* to h 
rl was forgiven. End too many » 
o-nri nt nt*v- its orob- movies. 


Dost. IT !!- 
0*4, AM MATES 
twettvpe.t 


T ME 

NEW 

VILLAIN IN 

Tearless 

Fosoto-r 

cdntnues 

TO 

SICKEN 

AND 

HOCfciPV 

All 

I00T>EHCEMT 

RED- 

BLCOOED 

OAERCANS- 


Yet another project for 
Orson Welles: he will stage 
"The Mei chant of Venice" 
come springtime In London. 


for best actor last yi 
The Bridge on the 
Kwal." 

^ + « Re* Harrison a 

son Noel Is curre 

The next *tep In fhe Dehwe r ^^ nn ^ n f m • 
West Shifted to the club nine. Reynold*. Rddla Fisher divorce , n Bl „ a(n which rl 
won by East s aoe. The diamond raKf ; un tll the property agree foo h- pp yi 

eight was returned, South m ^ n f m signed. Deb will ask ^ ^ 

played the nine, and West won f nT "temporary alimony." 
the ten spot. At this point. Debbie. Incidentally, is starting Carolyn Jones 
Weal committed a grave error, -sav One for Me” with Btn* husband Aaron * 
He reasoned correctly that his Croaby snd Robert Wagner. own a healthy rh 

partner was void of hearts and a ♦ * Spring* real estat 

w°u!d therefore^ be u'lable^ «° l)or0 4hy Malone was lunch ‘."nd’ TV looTln Ole 
i n^ Jl bly i tng With Ja^oe. Rergerar. „ „ , , , r ho , ol . 

South could not po. were Invrutable waters" 

would most certainly trump ( #J , ked -in this friendship 
with the Jack, possibly even serious?" "You'll have Ray Dnnlnn rr 

with fhe king, planning to ^ ag|( j A eques. H aaid Dotty, self as "the « 

fim^se against the queen of p|||MMnr , hF bu<d« . . . "I* It gun" in Hollyw. 

trump* later. Either way e*l i then asked the explains; "I can’t 


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I ADWT* THAI -t 
near vug 
a ot*c r ON of qorw' 

L MXQJti 90* *5 

I e%3»6A. 

®AM SUDD**'- Pf- 
I COAS T.BUtWj / 


CLAV FiC*J0E3 L 
*m a SA-M^eox... 

THAT-5 strict lv f<x 

PRIMARY GRACES." 


»I3S G0LM7V. 
wmcn will 
yVLXJ C4JCW 

\ UP if 


choose a Defender shnuld never give 
declarer credit for knowledge 
diamond which the latter cannot poa 
ing lead. S |h|y possess. 

SHMiM m Th« As^risw® 


and South played the four spot 


HfF DM« IS 

TCRN...FRCM 


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THE BACA 'A«>, 


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FOR , fQ 
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H.rtB Mi«w. 

0«- tl* 1W® 


Even if Reds Relent 
Reunion Impossible 


Nanaimo woman, were cleared for 


*aid yesterday he 


fused exit from Bulgaria, will 
probably not Uve long enough 
(or a reunion even If the Com t h«. 
m uniat authorities change ^ast week hr 
their mind. 

The critically 111 woman, 
cancer victim Mr* Mara 
Malta. 5fi, may not live to see 
Christmas, relatives said last 
I night. 

, Mrs Oliver Fabrls. daughter 
In Nanaimo, said her mother 
had taken a turn for the 


Mr. Taylor 
ia heard nothing new from 
British consul In Solia. 

c „ ..J received word 
the consul hsd submitted 
a second plea to the Bulgarian 
government- 

He said he will wire Sofia 
again tomorrow with a final 
appeal. 


Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 
December 22nd - 23rd - 24th 


FRESH TABLERITE OVEN-READY 


can be done/’ she said 

Mrs. Baltz was separated 
from her daughter. Mrs. Diml- 
try Vlasarev. In 
Europe 16 years ago 
she learned this year 
Incurable cancer. L— 
for an 'exit visa for her daugh- 
ter through Vancouver lawyer 
| and MP. John Taylor 
| The Bulgarian go 
turned down 
Mrs Vlasarev 
band and their two 


TABLERITE OVEN-READY 


A last shipment of Christ 

as trees will be received b> 

she had Victoria’s three Optimist clubs 

she appealed today. mlll 

joe MacBride. xpokesmm 
for the organization, said ye* 
terday 200 freshly cut tree* 
vemment from Sail Spring Island wW b 
a though unloaded between 5 and 6 p.ir 
her’ doctor hus- at 2017 Quadra and at Coo 


READY-TO-EAT, WHOLE 


Percy Yf. Chi*icell 
coins going; back to Biblical times. 


READY-TO-EAT 


POTTED 

PLANTS 


No. 1 CALIFORNIA 


are also coins dating back to i 
Biblical times. Including one 
of the type In which Judas 
Iscariot received his .10 pieces 
of allver. 

When he retired five years 
ago. Mr. Chlswell sold most of 
hla collection For safety, he 
keeps the few remaining Items 
in a bank vault. 


BRUSSEL 

SPROUTS 


PHONE EV 4-0555 


900 DOUGLAS 


three-dollar bill Un t 
at all’’ he said, pro- 
couple of bills ss 


uring a 


>ne was Issued In 1859 by 
Bank of Clifton, now part 
the city of Niagara Falls, 
p other bore the name of 
. Colonial Bank of Canada, 
o dated 1859. 

rhen. with the sir of a 
, glclan plucking a 
>m his hat. Mr 


SMALL 

AND 

FIRM 


rabbit - 

ChisweU | 
•ought out another note. 

It was s three^loUar bill on | 
ie side and s twodollar bill ! 
i the other. 

This freak of the money 
>orld was first printed In the 
H ys when all bills were one 
ided The bank folded and 
s worth dropped from two 
ollars to the price of the 
[aper It waa printed on. 

It was for this paper, how 
ver. that another bank otv 
lined them some year* later, 
he Civil War waa st Its 
eight and paper was almost 
^obtainable The bills were 
lit down snd printed on the 
ther side In three^follar de 
nmlnatlon. 

Also in Mr Chtswells col 
Icllon Is a 8500 bill In Con 
^•derate money. wr>r«h about 
|0 to a collector today, snd 


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Floor Polisher UUvV jjM 

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Solid, crisp heads 


PLUMP AND JUICY 


HOSTESS CHAIRS 


| A Must for Your Christmas Table. 

1 CALIFORNIA SOLID WHITE HEADS 


CEDAR CHESTS 


Biggest nze . . « 
beautiful selec- 
tion of coven and 
colors. 

SPECIAL 


Large size, 
lined with r 
cedar Walnut 
or sand 
mahogany. 


mm AVLMIJt FANCY 

59 Fruit Cocktail 

mm p- r fancy 

25 Niblet Corn 

^ m IGA ROYAL Gt 

31 Coffee 


STL’ ART HOrRK 


15 m. 

Tins , 


Foilwrap 

FRENCH’S PRKPAB 

Mustard 


Other 
Hwleu 
Chairs 
to IH9.WL 


P re- 

Chris tmaa 


BcautHul 

TABLE 

LAMPS 


Top Quality 
I lb. 

am 


1JBBY*N SLICED 


Looking for 
lamps that 
are different? 
. . . then ha 
sure to »*** 
our outstand- 
ing collection. 


McOOLL’S 


Complete with 
Shade. 

Regular 119.50 
SPECIAL 


sIANAlMO Question of I 
to wi* going to kill I'"' 1 
Irkens donated to the Na-i| 
tmo Salvation Army for I 
irlstmas cheer hampers was | 
tiled here yesterday. 

CapL Charles Smith Issued 
, appeal for a "killer after 
e 100 chicken* for the Christ . 
as tablea of families In thia 
ea were donated by South 
ellington poultryman Fred 
talcher. 

Yesterday another Welling 
|n poultryman, Robert Peter 
n. volunteered to kill the 
lekens at his farm. 

Volunteer Kinsmen Club 
•mbera and Jaycees look on 
e Job of plucking the blrda. 
it they weee glad to lake 
vantage of an offer to u*e 
» automatic plucker at the 
lenten farm. 

The blrda are being quick 
Ken and will be distributed 
the Salvation Army Christ 
vs hampers. 

poultryman Thatcher said 
donated the birds aflar 
porta many families In thia 
La were hard hit by un- 

hploymenf and facing a 

fak Christens* 


From 


84-n*. Jar 


red rose orange pekoe 


WIH'DOIB I,AMPS from $3 95 each 


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citing new colors 
our select Ion now 
From 


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mill-end selections. 


1006 Craiffflowar 


SPECIAL 


If lm doubt give a 
Humber Gift Certificate 
for may amount 


Remember to p4eh up 
OCEAN SPRAY 
CRANBERRY SAUCE 
nerve with your Festive 
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since 1109 

Q|1 FORT ST. PHONE EV 3 1112 

numbing Heating and Kitchen Centre 


ttJ»m 


S EATON'S SUGGESTS 


M VyUfl aolAiitrt 

. , .... 11 1*11 


Mail 

Dock* 

saint iohn. na ter' 

—Three thouaeed ha** «»f 
< hri«tmu mail *err ta * dr<1 
tr<*n the Unar tt u pr * °* 
Knutof which arrived fr.nn 
Liverpool, England. yr*i*r 
day o« her first trip of M»«* 

mvin. « 


lertor air. A twenty-mile an- 
iur wind change* the air in 
house each hour. 

A* indicated in picture 1 3" 
« r cent of the total heat loea 
om a house can be charged 


By J. KA1.PH DAI******- 

Home owner* can prevent 
eaceaaive heat l 0 «ae*. avoid 
draft* and reduce fuel balls 1 W 
careful maintenance work and 
taking a few preventive meas 


omc uvn mtAirtcm 
j.|/4 Tom coat re* >•» *&• 

ri.o* boo* 

j lartat uvt no« ao«i 

- ■ 1 JIATfBliaVC oauf 

i:-v>,p— \n ton aoat 


bcbccmt 


eatT oe 

xoutf 


hcat um 


BALL! 


Heated air in a 


througi 


FLOWS 


sash and storm door* 
f loaa and 
/old drafts In the vicin- 
ity of windows and doors. 

PREVENTS ‘SWEAT 

If storm wish are tightly 
fitted they will also reduce or 
prevent "sweating" on glass If 
storm window* are not used, 
or if sweating occur* even 
when they are used weather 
for more heat stripping should be in«t alien 
draft* <A ftnd (; i n picture 2) be 
blowing, air 1* tween window sash and sur- 
two sides roun ding framework. Tracks 
9 driven , H in pu ture 2» should be rate- 
On the op fu |jy an d completely filled 
of ,he with caulking compound. 

,h ' hoof ark 


- KOBE tnam muat aibo*»>*t oe 
JZ udOLATlOM *01 tCOeOBKAi. 


CUTS SERVICE 


naturally try to escape to conv s t 0 rm 
hine with cold outside air, and wi |i greatly reduce 

, la Unrtu.nl _t ..„.U in 

this escaping prove** 
as heat loss It »al 
through glass and oi 
tlonai building mat* 


WMCBt HEAT a LOST 

m mouses 


biclsibeo meat to 

BASEMENT iltA, 
oa UABA&E 


wood, metal, pl**^ r 
arrnry 

place through crac 
window* and door*. 

WIND RUCTION 

Wind account* 1 
loss and unhealthful 
When a wind V* 
forced against one or 
of « house and I 
through crack*. 
po.Mte side or sides 

house. 

tlon which pull* 


Choose smart tie* from this large 
selection of shades and paltems. 
Each lie fully lined Here you II 
find the type he prefers. 4 QQ 

r.rh ’ 1 ,ww 


The process 


CAB ACE 


SMOKE 

ripe 

TO 

CmiMtEY 


uiMKim LF Bxrttef l* r»Aiu» 
•— * 10 

•SMlSi. aan w™ 

ROBERTS METAL 

■ >aa MI.ITN r%as «T. *' » *•'* 


fUBMACe 


• IMOOB M SRAM* 
BALL 


HEAT SAVE* ATT AC| 
10 SMOKE. PlPt 


Boys’ Dressing 
Gowns 

Wine or blue beacon cloth dress- 
ing g..wns with ispel c"ll a '- two 
pockets and tie cord 
trasttng Dim Age* > to 3 98 
16 vear*. Each 


sound to Install more than one 
thickness or layer of insula- 
tion. If Insulation i* Installed 
between celling rafter*, the 
attic space must be ventilated 
by eave vents and roof louvres 
to ore vent condensation. 


QUESTIONS AND 
ANSWERS 

-How can 1 remove water 
t on wood window *111* -’ 

^Try bleaches. However, 
est procedure j* to sand 
wood surface of the sills, 
paint or otherwise pro 
<hi> wood from further 


Boys' Shirts 

Washable doeskin sport ‘ 
check patterns of blue ' 
grey Two-way collar, one 
long sleeve*- 0 
Ace 8 lo 14 year* lor 


The 33 per cent heat loss 
through exterior walls can he 
appreciably reduced by the u*^ 
of loose fill Insulation. This i 
type should be handled hy pro- i 
fessional mechanic* who have 
special equipment 

If a first floor i* above * 

I cold basement or a crawl 
>pace. the 14 P**r cent heat 
| lo*;* can be largely reduced by | 
placing blanket Insulation be 
tween the Joists or hy nailing 
rigid insulation to the bottom 
I edge* of the Joists. 

HEAT SAVER 

If a heating system uses 
coal or oil as fuel, lost heat 
can he reclaimed from the 
smoke or vent pipe between 
the furnace and chimney with 
« heat saver (picture 41. Hot 
1 gases or smoke in the *moke 
t nr vent nine are used to heat 


Courtroom P nr ode 


1218 Douglas Street, or 


Children’s Slippers 

Red blue, white or tan leathet 
slippers collar Mi in **»!» S^rllnj 
( lambs wool 1 Padded heelv » om 
fortable and cosy. 1 

Sires 4 to 10. Pair 


HAVE YOUR 
ROOF and TV 
ANTENNA 
. Checked How 


Men’s Slippers 

surprise him with * pair of opera 
Romeo style slipp™. with 
ripper front or gored aide* All 
have composition soles and ru 

KTiJSS* lo* “pgj; 

Sires 6 to 11. 4.29 

Pair 


^ Broadcloth Shirts 

S I Here’* a gift that man will love I 

I (me count silk broadcloth I 
^ | shirts with button cuffs, fused I 
• I collar* Choose smart plain 


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ANTENNA NO 
SNOW ON TV 


BE SMART! NEW 
ROOF NO SNOW 
IN ATTIC 


new floor and then varnUmeo 
It. Now. the varnish seems to 
ted to a blower he flooded and nff-<-olor. Can 
,y a ther mostat. y <M1 tell us why? 

A — In all probability you 
used a penetrating slain That 
could be the rause of your 
trouble If you had used *n 


store detective* - 

a m. yesterday reckoned with 
out the city s police force. 

John Sevic*. of 230b Bel 
mont was stopped by poller at 
Cook and View about 4 30 a m. 
They found he had four shirt*, 
four tie*, a tin of talcum 
powder, a small camera, two j 
pairs of stockings, a table j 

cloth, eight handkerchiefs, two 
pair* of stockings, two head 
scarves, a bracelet, a necklace, 
a hot tie of aftershave lotion 
and about SIO worth of Christ- 
mas tree ornaments. 

, PURCHASES CLAIMED 

Sevics told police he h a d 
bought the articles Friday and 
had spent some time at a 


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roofing and tv antenna service 

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Sexton to Open 
Church, Hall 

Most Rev. Harold E. .Sexton, 
Archbishop of British Colum- 
bia. will officiate during open- , 
ing ceremonies of St. Peter* 
Church and halt at Lake H1U 

at 11 am today. 

Since 1949. services have 
I been held in a converted 

house. . . . 

Work In the parish began 
in 1944 with si* Sunday school 


S Sport Shirts 

Smart stripes and checks. In a 

S variety of shade*, ’are In this 
y nt vIkom .nd .*»!« 
blend sport shirt*. .Two-way col 

s 

W 2-99 - 5 98 

^ Italian Gloves 

N For mil»dy «tt «P«km *>ov«. 

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^ In tan. black or brown. SUes h . 
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h. trimmed gown of rayon. Full akin 
S Juiniv neckline atyUng. In * rh "‘JJ 

medium and large. F.ach 

v Women’s Duiters 

VovclY dusters In quilled rayon hr n 
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Rayon Panties 

, ny Btyte* and coUmtt «>t Oig I 
rayon brief at yle pantiea with ^ band I 
R, )y several pan - for 

gift* Size* small O 1 Qn 

medium • fc pr* ■ 

Crinolines I 

To puff out prettily beneath party , 
dresse*. paper • taffeta and n\lon 
hor*ehalT crinoline* with lac* and 
ribbon trim Some with flnrKed 
^11 medium i nd 

S 2.98 „ 3.98 

Dainty Slips 

Lively ahades , . . nylon slips 
trimmed with late Choose plain or 
*dow panel dtp* with - ^ 

straps. Sue* 34 to .*>2. £ 

i Seamless Nylons 

\ She ll love the hare leg look of thr*e 
I top quality, aeamlea* meah n ^ ^ 
■ In popular beige shade 1 QQ 
Suet ||9 to 11 Pair 1 

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We don'! like to worry you. 
but . . . there are Just a tew 
days left to do your Christ- 
mas shopping . . . and al- 
though EATON’S will be 


evenings t 


too much tlma left to choose 

a gift for Mother . . . but, 
don't despair . . opposite 
you'll find a wonderful page 
of gifts, every one sure to 
delight her . . . and. If these 
donT suit your fanty, just 
come to EATON'S, the 
counters are plied hlrh 
with exciting gift* she'll 
love - . Bekiw you'll find 

helpful hints for hus- 
bands! 


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Voice With a Smile 

You don’t like shopping . . . 
you have our sympathy, but 
better still our help! Our 
efficient phone service lets 
you shop from your home 
or your office Just decide 
on the Items you would like 
then pick up the phone, 
d‘al EV 2-7141 ... ask for 
the Order Line or the De- 
partment concerned . . . 
your shopping is as good as 
done' 


Btauty P ,u * 

That's what she recclv 
when you give her this r 
quisiie rtenm^smer ilm 

ft adds beauty to her drr« 
er . - . and add* to h 
beauty care. Add initial t 
a personal OQ K 

touch. Sot 


eauty Bouquat 

n a brass- finished stand 
* a spray bottle of Hiue 
Ira** flower mist and a 
lot tie of fragrant Blue 
Irass lotion , • all pack- 


A compact grooming kit 
that loves to travel. Con- 
tains non breakablf rontawi- 
ers of popular Du Barry 
products creams, powder, 
freshener, lipstick and foun- 
dation rreams. In smart /ip- 

prrod container. 5.00 

rharMtrr. **»*■ ,w ** 


Biiuty Bath 

Mother will enjoy her 
beamy bath with this lovely 
Elizabeth Arden Bath Set 
in fragrant Blue Gratt 
scent. Bet Inclodeg Hath 
CrvMal* tn brass topped de- 
ranter, twin tablets of Blue 
Grass soap and luxurious 
Blue Grass dust- 4 fi HA 


fink and Biadi 

’or her throat . . . an ele- 
•ant collar of mink with 
rvstal «od bend trim. 
a wear with suit, dress or 
weater ... nr choose a 
.aint v braded collar to add 
.te to her wardrobe 
Un|| ( ullnr. -ach #Jd 


leaded Collar, each IM 

t.r.mrlH. S»l» I i*** 


All Thumb*? 

Wall we know bow you feel 

when you try to wrap a 
parrel and hove It turn out 
looking like the kid* have 
been using it for football 
practice But. even you ran 
have the most glamorous 
parcel* under the tree . 

If you stop at our Gift 
Wrap Booth, second floor, 
and let our experts do it for 
you . . . and we won't telj 
a *nul that |t isn't your own 
handy work' A *mall charge 
lor thia service. 


Twin 

For her leisure hour* . . . 
a twin set of luxurious 
mshmere. classically xtvled 
by Lyle and Scott of Scot- 
land They'll become her 
favourite sweatet* 
choose from a host o! love- 
ly shades 

Cardigan, each IMS 
Short-sleeved Pullover, 
each 22AO 

• ptrlraw, *•'•»* nw* 


Writ* Way 

Stationery that Mother will 
delight in using . . . mush' 

room • coloured cowhide 

V-athet case contains enve- 
lopes. writing pod • • has 
twin stamp pockets, pock- 
ets for answered and un- 
answered correr-pondenca 
and address book in case- 
Full ripper clos- tO Qk 
mg. Complete 


Discreet Deliver) 

Well the gift la bought, but 
how In the world are you 
going to get it Into tbo 
house without your wtfa 
seeing It? Well our driver* 
are as crafty as secret 
agents . . . they'll deliver 
v»ur parcel to a neighbor 
whom you »pe<ify (don t 
forget to tell them » to your 
office. or you can arrange a 
time when the coaat will be 
dear at home. 


Pratty T#p» 

Choose a top of tirtped 
combed cotton In smart 
overblouse style for Mother 
to wear with skirt or slack* 
... for after five parties 
choose a dainty black lace 
overblouse top beautifully 
made with concealed button 
back. V-neck and short 
sleeves 


Ttp Fashian « 

Why not give Mother a hat 
with the assistance of 
our considerate clerks you 
can choose a -crowning 

R lory" that’s sure to please 
er . . . shown, pet a led se 
quin cap and velvet soft 
brimmed chapeau. Each 


loveliest gifts 
those wrapped 


EATONS 
lift Wr«p 

wood Floor 


Lamb far Year Hanty 

Fashioned to make her dreams come true 
from natural gtey penuan lamh 
middle* ... a luxurious jacket that will 
become her moat treasured OOQ A A 
possession. Each r Jrfl2lYS! 


Laitara Traa»ori 

An exquisitely made robe of white quilted 
Jersey fully lined In pastel yellow . . 
ioa^hman collar and turn back cuff* are 
frosted with green yellow and white 
poMes ... • lift she will wear OQ Qh 
with delight. Each 


... the last word In gifts Is 
an F.ATON Gift OrtWcale. 
\ % allahle In any denomina- 
tion frosn 2* rents wp ran 
he *••• hanged for mwh»* 
(tw tn any KATO> store 
artoaa Canada Aak any 


Ta Salt Htr 

Yes. it's true, no matter whal 
ence tn fabric, style or colour 
a suit she'll love tn our Chm 
linn . . shown, a classically 
sire by Belle fair. 

Each 


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Phone EV 2-7141 



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Ballll (folmtljtf Victoria, I.C.. Urn.. !>♦< 21, 11M 


EATON’S 


OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23 


\/^ Specially Priced Monday 


shopping for gift shirts for him. what 
* for himself. And here they are at 
urs he prefers. They are gifts that nr 


Christmas Carols by the 


Sport Shirts 


and rayon twill or silk and rotton are m 
easy comfort. Choose powder blue, gre 
fancy and striped Ivy Lchcup patterns in 
a large sizes in group. Social, each 


Join in the Singing 

Hrnr your favourite Christmas carol* m 
M onday morning by tltr voices ot Vic tori 
popular Kotarx Box’s' Choir The main Hu 
I.«s Street doors of EATON'S will he u| 
at 8.30 so you may join in with Hie eh 
when they sing from 8 40 to 8.5!) a m. 

Christmas Carol sheets xvill be supplied. 


Floor. Phone EV 2-7141 


EATON 


Ratchet Screwdriver 
Set 

A line gif' for the m..n With a XVOrkStl 
. u chrome vanadium steel uitehei si te 
dlivet set with .3 inter changeable 4 A 
hi. ides Hardwood handle. M 

; n’t lot 8 Hpet la I each 1 oAe 

UTONS Hardware. I.«wrr Main Ho 

Carving Sets 

mu *teel 3-piece ran mg s 
xvi th K inch knife. fork and si»ar)rf*ning sir 

Tf ft 

/ j 

g,|t box * o< L Special, set I «W 
EATON S- sillxerware, Main Fit 

Steak Knives 

sieak k- 1 Ml 

Sheffield - 1 . 1 1 n 1 • •'••• I blmlr A 

i M 

7 o’< I<m k Spot 111 

I.MON >- Nllxerware. Main Fit 

Dart Boards 

Everyone w ill have a good time playing wl 
this regulation size metal bound dart boa 
is inches in diameter and J inch thii 

A I 

Imported from England. i (1 

i lot ii '-i**-. ini. ea< h ■ 

eaton’S — S porting Gooda, Main i ta 

iloiive h iirniohlnxh Bulldi 

Sport and Dress Shirt 

Smartly st> led « • !i 

*. in » xvl 

range <>f colours Also arena 4 A 

I J 

lock Spertol, each ■ •“ 

t A ION'S Mrn't Wear. Main Htj 

Women’s Moccasin 
Slippers 

r»ntv fur-trimmed suede leather mncrai 
slippers with comfortable platform so 
and padded heel* Readwork pattern 
t "'"in s in 4 £ 

I 3 

■ n'tlorit Special. pair • ■“ 

I ATUNS l xniily Hhn, 4 ml 
second Hi 

Girls’ Sleepwear 

Cony flannelette and washable cottons 
p.xiama- and nighties, finis' mi tr* 8 to 
cofiectlvelj Several pretty style* and «olo 
the group. Half price ordinarily i '* k 


Budget 

Plan 

Terms 

Available 


Make the Admiral Aurora your choice for the 
If 5 the right set for good viewing and modem 
appearance . . . offers a bigger picture in a 
smaller cabinet because it features the shorter 
HU-degree picture tube — See it! Buy it! Give it 
this Christmas for year-round enjoyment. Two- 
t&ne in tan and ivory. Each 


Buy your Chri-dimw TV nr 
other large gtfU at 


★ 10% down, or Ims 

★ Monthly payments 
up to 36 month* 

★ Find payment In 
January. 1959 

★ Small carrying charge 
for thi* service. 


Budget Terms Available If Reared 


Check these Outstanding Features 

Rock Steady Pictures 


Ask about Budget Accounta 
and other convenient way* to 
buy at EATON’S, 


'Power Plated" chassis encased In rugged, alimly-smart carrying case 


• Cabinet 13V thin 


Accounts 

Office 


• Telescoping single dl-pole antenna # Automation-built for year* of 

Free Service Part, and labour dependable service 

RATON'S— Music Centre. Main Floor, House Furnishing* Building. Phone EV 2 7141 


Third Floor 


Choose Your 
Half Size 
‘Special Dress’ 


By Vanity Fair 

The Gift She’d < lion-*- for Herself 


Ye*, every woman love* fine lin- 
gerie and Vanuy Fair lingerie Is ex 
qulsltely made and very feminine. 
Choose slips, panties, nigh I gowns, 
pyjamas or, lor her leisure hours, 
a cosy quilled housecoat or lovely 
lounging pylomas with quilted loj* 
and slim Jim trousers Choose ’from 
Vanity Fair’s treasure of Christmas 
lingerie. 


For the Festive Season 

. . . to set the holiday mood you need 
one nf these beautiful new fashions, 
sheath or gored skirts . . . plain shaded 
or splashed with colour’ All In soft, 
flattering fabrics and rqpny with ex- 
quisite lace and satin trims. Fabrics 
include crepes and soft wools in plain 
shades, tapestry prints, dressy and tail- 
ored styles In this holiday half size se- 
lection. Sizes 12H to 24 V 


Enjoy a Delicious FAening \feaj 
5.00 p.m to 7.30 p m.. Morn^y 
in EATON'S 

Victoria Roorr 

Fourth Floor 

Your entire family will enjoy noting 
the relaxed atmosphere of the Vietoi 
Room . . . make it a family affaii 
then shop refreshed until 9 p.m. 


Illustrated: 

Palest pink or blue quilled 
nylon housecoat, dolled with 
flowers and sprig*- Popular 
wraparound style xvith nylon 
lace trimmed collar and belted 
waist. Sizes 12 4 7 QQ 

to 18. Each • 1 •*** 


Illustrated: 

R.«yal Blue tape^ry P r,nt 
crepe styled with slim 
skirt draped neckline 
and three quarter sleeves. 
Size 20 V 9Q QC 


Others in our new col- 
lection. 14 . ®B to »».•* 


Only 3 Shopping 
Days ’til Christmas 


Bui don't panic . . . RATON'S still ha* 
a wonderful selection of exciting and 
unique gift* In make eye* shine on 
I hrtstmas morning. 

Cilft wrapping service available an 
Sex-nod Floor. 


R<mv»mber . . . Everyone love* 1o 
reive EATON'S Gift Certificate* 
Christ maa. 


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THE TRAVELLERS REACH HUMID CARIBBEAN 

Ocean Passage 


T HE ONLY h*o taxis that we saw were very 
old Chewitfs, so covered In brown mud that 
you could only guess at the color, whilst license 
plate, as might have been expected, was com- 
pletely obscured— but then they had Just expert 
•need the rainy season a week or so ago. , 

A drive of leas than three miles (which the 
driver called five) took us. via a part of the 
Nodales coast road (here very good) out to 
where there were resort places and luxury Amer- 
ican hotels. There wi a also a place where the 
Mexicans could swim at the far end. but this we 
voted down after looking It over. Back to a 
large fishermans motel, the Miramar, for lunch 
In sn air conditioned bar This really seemed 
frigid after the heat outside, and the cost worked 
out to 16 pesos ($1.23) each. The beer is also 
good in Mexico, but I have not tried anything 
else. Tequilla. made from the cactus. is, of 
Course, the national drink. 

For some reason one does not swim In the 
set st the Miramar or Plays de Cortez Hotels - 
w« forebore to ask the reason- but the latter la 
well supplied with every requisite that a poor 
mllllonarie might require, and this Included a 
swimming puol. Here our party rented a room 
for the af.erooon tlOO pesos* and enjoyed a 
cooling dip in luxury. Down by the sea there 
was a saillish hanging on display, whilst the 
comical pelicans carried on their special diving 
flop act undisturbed. 

* e a 

ONE DAY ASHORE here was enough for 
moat of us. so although the ship continued to lie 
at anchor the next day and load from the many 
lighter* that came out. we stayed aboard and 
watched the work Strangely enough, these peons 
worked extremely hard (700 tons a day). 

* The run down the Gulf of California provided 
us with sights of large fish snd turtle* again, 
but not a shark or a flying fish had yet put In 
an appearance The weather was clear, and. of 
course, the mountain range* of Mexico were con- 
stantly In sight to port. 

The ship's company rigged up a large pool 
(30 feet by 10 feet) after the cargo had been 
Stowed at Guay mas. and Aow passenger* and 
crew are allotted certain hour* in which to enjoy 
it The thing consists of the usual canvas tank, 
with steel snd wood supports, snd two fire hose 
inlets keep the water constantly fresh and spilling 
over. A sign reads N1ET D4J1KEN. which we 
Interpret to mean No Ducking or Diving. 

Until the last American port had been cleared 
it almost seemed at times that we were aboard 
a ghoat ship for no officer* had yet made an 
appearance, and the chief steward wa* our only 
contact with the ship’s rbutlne. but now the 
captain, first officer, chief engineer and doctor 
lined up m the rotunds one evening and received 
uj before giving a small cocktail part> ; after 
this they dined with us when at sea. and ch- 
armed themselves upon all other occasions. 

♦ a a 

MOST CAPTAINS have a fund of Stories 
which (hey trot out for their tabtwnates. and some 
of them are pi*tty hoary, but our captain told one 

that he »w,'ar* la true, and since It tickled ray 

own wruw of humor. It may be worth repeating. 

There were four American businessmen 
friend*, who had decided to spend theij holiday 
aboard ship playing cards and drinking a not ab- 
normal quantity of bqoze together. The place 
they chose was the lounge, which unfortunately 
also hous.tl the only piano aboard ship. Although 
the four behaved themselves and kept the peace, 
a certain militant lady passenger considered it a 
good chance to practise her piano, and still more 
unfortunate for the card players all she seemed 
to know was hymn*. 

Everyone aboard knew that the four did not 
Uke it. but they suffered In silence until the 
third day when late that night, snd after the 
oaptaln had gone to his bunk, they requested to 
see him When called he tried to put It off 
unit! the morning, but they were resolved, so 
eventually he saw them on the bridge, and asked 
what wa* the trouble. 

'$ flatlq (ZoLmrtaf 

SUNDAY. DEC. II, lMt 


C apt Harry KingwJey. former 
RCN destroyer skipper and onetime 
captain of the Canadian manning pool 
In Scotland. HMCS Nlofce. k on in 
ocean voyage with Mrs. Kingsley 
which will eventually take them to 
Liverpool. In his narrative, continued 
here, the ship leaves Onay wiaa , Mex- 
ico, for the Caribbean. This is the 
second of three part*. 


"Well, captain.” said the spokesman, “we 
are sorry to disturb you, but we Just have to 
know how much that piano Is worth?*' 

• The captain was puzzled. “Why do you want 
to know, gentlemen?" he asked. “It will mean 
looking It up in the records, and of what Interest 
Its value la to the passengers I fail to see. ' 

The gentleman was still apologetic. 

**ln this case. sir. it really does concern us 
four, although I suppose it could have waited. 
Still we have to know the value of the thing 
because, you see. we have Just unbolted it from 
the deck, broken It up Into pieces, and thrown 
It overboard.” 

* * * 

AS THE SHIP proceeded south It transpired 
that the proposed call at Mazatlan was not to 
come off. probably because we already had 
enough cargo, so the Dulvendyk continued on at 
her leisurely 124 knots. When we reached the 
open sea the weather detlorated somewhat and a 
small tropical storm made the going unpleasant 
for a bit. Clouds and passing showers, held with 
us past Guatemala. San Salvador and Honduras, 
but off Nicaragua there was a change, and al- 
though we were then not in sight of land, the 
sun shone, turtles swam alongside and finally 
very small flying fish began to break the surface 
and swim over the waves. This Is a long way 
further south then one sights them In the Atlantic, 
for there are plenty off Bermuda, and again they 
are much bigger. Later in the same day a lone 
shark's fin appeared near the ship, so we may 
consider ourselves finally In tropical waters. 

Approaching the Panama Canal from the 
Pacific end one rounds several heavily wooded 
and inhabited islands and cape* and finally ends 
up steering north for the channel buoys. Army 
Installations and masses of wireless and radar 
masts become evident, and the large buildings of 
the Balboa base and the holds of Panama City 
opposite it catch the eye. 

My interest was also held by the number of 
Japanese freighters that were coming through, 
and later on. when I was allowed on the bridge, 
the pilot told me that they had been carrying 
Immigrants to Brazil Can this he true. I won 
der? At any rate the westbound ones were loaded 
below their PUrosoll marks, and we saw women 
In kimonos aboard several ship*. 

The ship paused In the basin, before entering 
the San Miguel locks to drop off one of our pas- 
sengers, a Panamanian youth returning after six 
year* of schooling In California. Two other pas- 
sengers will leave us at Colon- -it might have 
been more accurate to have said Christnbal, for 
that Is the American sector, whilst Colon Is a 
section of the leased zone given back by treaty 
to to allow Panama a small port on the Carib- 
bean. There is a marked difference In cleanliness 
between the two. 

There are three set* of locks In the canal, 
one very narrow cut. and a lake between the two 
side* of the Isthmus, and as everyone knows, 
the Pacific side ocean is about 18 feet higher than 
the Caribbean idue to the rotation of the earth*. 
You have to rise about 83 feet and the whole 
canal is some 30 miles in length. It usually takes 
six to eight hours to make the crossing 

That. I think. Is enough of facts or statistics. 

The ship entered the first locks about 3.30 
p.m. and so we passengers missed having a buf- 
fet lunch served on “monkey's island," that place 


above the bridge which usually accommodates tha 
standard compass of a ship. However, we were 
allowed up there, and canvas chairs provided. 
Tea or beer, made an appearance, and we settled 
down to enjoy all we could in daylight. 

The operation of these locks Is moat Inter- 
esting. A large arrow, neon lighted at night, 
points the pilot to the right set of locks, for they 
are arranged for two-way traffic, and the opera- 
tors of the powerful electric ‘ mules." which take 
your lines and pull you through, may be off duty 
or busy with another vessel. There are four 
“mules" to a side, and the flooding and emptying 
Is done so rapidly that there Is only a temporary 
pause before the next set of lock gates Is opened. 
You can actually feel the ship going up or down. 

* * * 

East of the Pedro Miguel locks we were told 
to look out for possible sighting of crocodiles 
before the Guelebra Cut. but none were appar- 
ently in residence at that time. However, as 
darkness began to fall there were many tropical 
bird calls and numerous waterfalls to catch our 
interest In this very narrow part. It was soon 
too dark to see, and we had to retire below for 
the evening meal. 

It was 11 p.m. before we secured alongside 
In Christ obaL but even so. two passenger* had 
to be disembarked, and all of the remaining 17 
of us went ashore. Several visited the Cococa- 
bana. a rather seedy night club with a Sally 
Rand type of show and no entrance fee. Drink* 
at about 73 cents apiece appear to foot the bill. 
It had been exactly like this 24 years ago, when 
I last saw it. 

There Is one other so-called night club In the 
place, an American hotel on the point with Its own 
swimming pool, and very little else The Pana- 
manian part (Colon) Is well known for purse 
snatching, minor crime and general depravity. 
A walk down the main street is quite enlglhtening. 

We were warned before landing to leave 
passports, valuables and ladle* handbag* behind, 
and to stay close together. Even so. ths obvious 
prostitutes were numerous and one gentleman 
(the one from England! was solicited by a colored 
girl when his wile looked into a shop window. 
At midnight all the shops were still open snd 
sleepy negroes were selling lottery tickets where- 
ever they could find room on the sidewalks. 

* ♦ * 

Talking next day to the rather rotund chief 
engineer, I learnt that he had had hi* |>ocket 
picked by a man who coolly put his hand in the 
chiefs trouser pocket, and removed his lighter. 
The thief ran off but dropped the lighter in his 
hurry, so he came hack and picked It up. before 
vanishing down a side lane Through an inter- 
preter the officer reported it to the Panamanian 
police, but he realized that he was merely wasting 
time on a formality. 

Everyone had to be aboard by 4 a.m. as the 
ship was due to sail before daylight, and when 
we awoke the next morning (rather later than 
usual. I believe' the coast line of Colombia. In 
South America, lay to starboard and the sun was 
shining on the cobalt blue of the Caribbean. The 
temperature of the water was 82 degree*-, and In 
our cabin it was an even 90. with the fan run- 
ning. 

Since the buffet luncheon had not material- 
ized during our passage of the canal it was now 
served on rhe boat deck for our first day in West 
Indies waters. The ship's officers stood around, 
and everyone took pictures. 

It now transpired that we were bound for 
Curacao and on such a course one loses sight 
of land, but that night we could see the glow of 
a city below the horizon to the South, and this. 

I thought, might possibly be Cartagena, that 
fortified Spanish ha-ie that the Intrepid Drake 
sacked so many centuries ago. I recall walking 
the ancient seawall and taking a photograph 
of the Spanish Inquisition building, where the 
records tell of the last victim of the autoda fe 
being one of their own priests. 

Summer lightning now played over the 
southern mountains and the humid heat was 
playing havoc with plastic frame* of eyeglasses 
and my own w’rist watch, which finally gave up 
the struggle. 

(To be Concluded) 




DAliy COLONIST 


VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1958 


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These were a few of the many who sang in Victoria Christmas musical performances. 


position* heard in Victoria was the "Christmas 
Concerto” of Corelli. It was performed by the 
Victoria Symphony Orchestra on Dec. 14 and 15. 
a pleasurable item. Indeed, on the program of 
the fourth pair of concerts which were conducted 
by Clifford Evens. 

There is nothing to Indicate that, like Handel. 
Corelli was influenced by the music of the itiner- 
ant Italian bagpipers and their Christmas per- 
formance^; this despite the fact that Corelli lived 
most of his life in Italy and Handel did not. 

Another Christmas musical affair which ha* 
been In operation over about the last 10 years 
Is the Musical Art Society's "Christmas Carol 
Tea.” This was initiated by Dr. Roger Manning 
and started life In the Memorial Hall. It has also 
been held in the Empress Hotel ballroom, but 
this year, took place at Holyrood House. The date 
was Dec. 13. 

The Carol Tea Is different again. Besides 
carols from the Society's Madrigal Singers under 
Margery Vaughan. It offer* instTumentalista and, 
most felicitously since carols owe so much of 
their preservation to the efforts of such as these, 
a clutch of youthfqtodancers. 

This year violin* Bette Davis played another 
of Handel's most Illustrious compositions, the 
"Largo.*’ Her accompanist was Ilace Norris. 

The dancers, who Included Jane Bowe ring. 
Wendy Hatcher, Gina Hall, Vicki Politano and 
Jute Windwick. all came from the Velda Willie 


The "Messiah" is certainly numbered among 
the most revered pieces of music in all musical 
literature. The "Hallelujah Chrous" which 
triumphantly concludes the second part, has al- 
ways been particularly impressive. When Haydn 
first heard it in Westminster Abbey, he rose to 
his feet with the congregation, wept and exclaimed 
of Handel: "He is the master of us all!'* 

“Go and learn of him." said Beethoven, "how 
to achieve great effects by simple means!** 

Thus It Is not at all surprising that lh« 
'“Messiah” and. especially, part two with the 
majestic ."Hallelujah Chorus” should appear on 
yet anotyr Christmas program in Victoria. 

The Choral Society ha* performed It some 30 
time*. The First United Church Choir, in their 
11th presentation of the very lovely. "Carols in 
tit# Candlelight” on Dec. 17. gave excerpts from 


THERE followed this “card”: 

"1 have no time to waste at present upon 
contemptible subject*, but I would call attention 
of the editor and carrier of the hay -ass paper 
st>led The Victoria Gaielte to the (oltowing 
quotations as peculiarly applicable, under the 
circumstances. 

“To E. H. King <the target of the first "card”) 
—'A lie should be trampled on and extinguished 
wherever It Is found . . . ' (Carlyle). 

"To W. F. Herre— Thou shall not bear false 


Thka was what Victoria looked Uke on 
CbrHtma* Eve M year* ago Do 
kaow what »P«* this la? For answer, 
tars W Page . 


tUST ABOUT this time. 99 years ago. m o.c 
J Victoria, the townsfolk, the new immigrants, 
the miners and the sailormen who brought their 
vessels to the thriving port, were nreparlng for 

Christmas. • _ * 

There weren't any bright light. In the streets, 

or any big displays in shop windows. There 
weren't any toy store, and the people who might 
have provided gifts tor the ladle* did no great 
trade. But there was' an atmosphere of good- 
will, festivity and Joviality, nevertheless. 

The British Colonist. Amor de Cosmos' 
newspaper, only • year old and publishing Just 
three times a week, paid little or no attention 
to the preparations for celebration, editorially. 
But It* advertising Indicated a apirlt of conviviality 

b broad. * 

"Christmas.” read an advertisement of T. H. 
McCann of the Phoenix saloon, "comes b\it once 
a year and we will be most happy to see our 
friend* and other* on Christmas Day between 
the hours of 10 am. and 2 pm. when we will 
use our best exertions to make aU happy. There 
are sundry turkeys, chicken*, ducks, et cetera, 
to leave for ports unnecessary to mention. 

And that wasn't all Mr McCann was serving. 


repertoiro 


leader; Mrs. 
len. business 
-evident and 


The Pioneer Troupe st the Royal Hotel, 
Wharf Street, was giving a change of perform- 
ance eVery night. 

The Pistol Gallery on Johnson, near Govern- 
ment. would let a sober man have six shots 
for a quarter. 

Christmas Eve must fhave been quite a 
night, and Christmas Day a painful one. 


“Caput aprl defcre. 
Redden- iaudes Demine 

Such are some of the orig 
"Boar's Head Carol.” They w 
with other Christmas carols, li 
Worde's book of 437 years ago. 
every year on Christmas Day i 
Oxford. 

But. far more pertinently, i 
In. perhaps, slightly «altered 
closer to home. 

“A goodlio companie In < 
their voices loud uprai* 
acclaim with trumpeters 
Head. Sweet Rosemary I 
spread'.” 

The Boar's Head proeeasli 
Carol an bequeathed Jo us by 
as perpetuated beneath the s! 
now a feature of the “Order c 
at the Express Hotel on Chrl 


a) word* of the 
e printed, along 
Mr. Wynkyn de 
hey are >epeated 
Queen's College, 


But "Carols in the Candlelight" provided 

lome very notable other item* also. 

Described bv director. Mary Wood, as like "a 
lapestry of tone.” was a beautiful Fantasy of 
Christmas Carols.” arranged by Eric Thieman. 
This had a basic theme of the "Three .ships 
legendary carol but Included numerous others. 

Eric Thieman also arranged the choral work 
for The Twelve Days of Christmas." sung by 
the ladles' chorus. This quite fantastic little carol, 
assuredly of what has been aptly termed the 
Jovial kind.” seems to have acquired no little 
popularity in very went years. 

It was staged bv Miss Penny Tlsdall at \ ic- 
toria High School's "Winter Fantasy” last year 
It was made into a delightful film. Even the <*ld 
characters In ”Pogo” had something to say 

about it. , , 

But. before all this and despite the obvious 

antiquity of “The Twelve Days." I do not rrcoi 
l,.ct hearing all about the colly birds. French hens 
gold rings and maids a milking in close on 4( 

>Ca ”carols in the Candlelight” also featured I 
number of items from the Robert S^.w Choral 
series. And among these were Good Kin* 
WencesUs.” 'The Holly and the Ivy, The Snov 
on the Ground” and an item strangely en 
titled ”Fum, Fum, Fum” 

The soloists on Dec. 17 were sopranos Ahct 
Waddell. Dianne Matthews Soma rwluk, 
Griffith. Patricia Wicks. Marjorie Norhun » 
well as tenor. Paul Wharf, and baritone. AUai 

HU, The d accompanist -as Malcolm H«Dimm »" 
the director*. Mr and Mrs. Roberto ttood. 


be heard 
ry much 


IBS, IT WAS A TIME of friendliness, or 
open hou*e In many private homes and offices, 
and general goodwill . . . .Good will 7 Well not 
everywhere 

In those day*. Instead of letters to the editor, 
although they had those, too. people were en- 
couraged to make announcements by what was 
known as cards. The cards wert printed In the 
editorial column*. 

On Christfas Eve this appeared In the British 
Colonist : 

”1 beg to remind Mr. T. Hammond King that 
he stands before the community charged with 
falsehood In the matter of stating, or causing to 
be Slated in court, that he had purchased through 
an agent the subscription list of the Victoria 
(a struezline contemporory of the British 


WITf THE O0*T of beef 20 cents a pound 
at this time. It might be supposed that stock 
owners would keep pretty close count of their 
herds. Moreover, Indian* In the area were not 
unaccustomed to cutting out a fat sieer for a 
least In some remote spot. 

However. Christmas Eve these notices ap- 
peared in The British Colonist: 

"A stray has been staying on my farm for 
the last four months. The brand is not legible. 
Color white, with black neck. II not claimed be- 
fore Dec 27 the same will be sold.— George Deans, 


orful procession, 
I In Latin song, 
'Ye Crete Boar’s 
1 Bay* around it 


■i, along with the 
Itr. d# Worde and 
■re* *>f Oxford, is 
fl Moitip Yule- tide" 
Irmas Day. 


A MASSIVE performance of carois was nciu 
*t Metropolitan United Church on the evening 
of Dec 5. 

This was the 12th Annual Victoria Festival of 
Christmas Carols and involved community singing 
with more than 300 voices. The leader was Frank 
Tupman; program director. Harry Bigsby; organ- 
ist, E. T Boothroyd, and the chimes were played 
by Ivor Green. 

The rhoir* participating were Tolmie Ele- 
mentary School. 1 Jinsdow ne Junior High School, 
boys and girls, the Mount View High SchoolGlce 
Qub and the Esquimalt High School Mixed Choir. 
The Grenier Victoria Schools' Siring Ensemble 
with director, Dorothy Evens, also contributed to 
the program. 

This production i* sponsored by the Victoria 
Lkms Club and ihe proceeds swell the funds of 
the Pioneer 60-Up Club. 

But nil this Is by no means the end of the 
story. A pause to assess the volume of Christ- 
ina* music in Victoria reveals that it is vastly 


Jtvdo of Christmas 


AND SO the great c 

Music rise* to climax. 
“O come, all ye fait 
Yes'. And the faithful 
who have been sor 


It More than that. 
Ait unfaithful dur* 


many 

Ing the rest of the year, cornel 
"The First NoH ..." 
Sung a long, long time ad 
Judaea, but doubtless, with a 
than its past. 

Hark, the Herald Ange| 
But they sang that everyd 
up the song. 

The music of Christmas is 
menL 

• God Rest You. Merry 


'/ over the hills or 
future for longer 


1 Sing'” 

|ie else might taka 


its brightest cm*- 


JI I.ES ROBIN, J. D. Carroll. Farquar's and 
Colonial Brewery were offering special Induce- 
ments to purchasers of vintage wires, liquors and 
mall beverages. 

Curtis and Moore were still trying to sell 2,000 
gallons of alcohol— grain alcohol! 

Happy Christmas to lt£0! 


tlcmen 


fiailij P 

SUNDA >! 


There can 


2 fiailil Colnnt*! 

SUNDAY. DEC, 1 1, !•« 



WITH THE HEAVENLY HOSTS . . . 

Whole World Sings 


By BERT BINNY 


IT happened one thousand, nine hundred and 

1 fifty-eight year* ago. 

It took place before a small audience, up 
to that time without significance. It took place 
In strange surroundings and at a atrange time. 

‘ And there were shepherds abiding in the 
field and keeping watch by night . . 

It came unheralded but as never since 

For lighting . . . “the glory - of the Lord 
shone around"; for Introduction . . . "this the 
sign unto you"; for performer* ... “a multitude 
of the heavenly hoat." 

This was the beginning of Christmas music. 

•Glory to God in the highest, and on earth 

peace among men " 

a * * 

TODAY, that very first tiny, trembling audi- 
ence ha* increased from three or four to over 
8X.000.000 who are no longer afraid. 

And that first carol has multiplied by many 
acore and told lla tale in many tongues. The 
music has spread from the hill* of Judaea a 
the world over. The first carol has become a 
literature; the original fear Is the P r ^‘ nt ,a ' ,h € 
and who can number the miracles that faith ha* 
wrought in the past or will bring to pass m the 
future? 

« * * 

IT WOULD be very difficult to imagine 
Christmas without music. . , . 

It might, nevertheless, have been so but for 
certain fact* and. possibly, because early church 
authorities may have perceived In the Very rust 
carol described by St Luke both precept and 
example They could very well have reasoned 
that if the heavenly hoat. with unlimited choice 
In the matter, selected music as their mean* 
of praise and rejoicing. It could in no wise be 

regarded as sinful but on the contrary. ,h * rec- 
ommendation of heaven Itself. Far Iron being 
condemned, therefore. It should be encouraged. 

And an even deeper significance may have 
resided in the singing of the first carol above 
the field near Bethlehem. This form of praise 
was not new Other faith* had used It for year* 
before. Perhape the angel* were suggesting that 
anyone at all could embrace their faith and 
share their Joy since the mean* was universal. 

simple and well known. .. ... .. 

But, while all this I* purely hypothetical It 
worked out. Id 58*590 and In the 17th century, 
for example, some attempts were made to circum- 
scribe or even eradicate singing and dancing from 
orthodox rituals. They failed. The human urge 
to express feeling through music or through 
dancing was too deeply rooted to be anything 
more than chased underground for a very short 
time The proponents of austerity such as the 
Puritans or the Council of Toledo were espousing 
a loat cause 

And so we sing carols to this very day. 

« * « 

CAROLLING, originally and ft>r many years, 
did Involve both singing and dancing. The monu- 
ments of Stonehenge are also known as ‘The 
Giants* Dance" or The Carol.” Some of the moat 
famous of the Latin Christmas hymns were writ- 
ten to dance tunes. This undoubtedly increased 
participation and popularity because such tunes 
would be widely known and easily learned. 

But. as the years went by. the two arts 
diverged Dancing served a useful term as the 
mean* of stimulating Interest In carols until such 
time as carol* were able to stand alone Nor did 
thu happen with carols only. '.God Save The 
Queen" has very clo»e relationship with a dance 

The earliest printed edition of carols was 
Issued In 1521 by Wynkyn de Words apprentice 
and successor to the father of printing. William 
Caxton Richard Hill, a London grocer, main- 
tained a very - massive collection of memoranda 
from 1500 to 1536. He Included a number of 
carols along with notes on such diversified topics 
as prescriptions, recipe*, weights and measures, 
date* of fair*, brewing beer and training horses. 
This Golconda of information dropped from sight 
lor 314 years and turned up. behind a bookcase. 

Batin 

SUNDAY, DBC. *1. IKS 



Typical of many hundreds of chorister* .login* the Inspiring music of the season 1* 

Ceredwyn Richard*. 


In 1850. By such strange means as well as by 
other manuscripts and orally the old carols have 
survived the long, long years. 

* ♦ * 

ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISSI. 1182 1226 (?). Is 
said to have Initiated the custom of setting up 
Nativity scene* In churches it Christmas. To the 
music sung around the*e scenes many carols owe 
their origin while others spring from the Miracle 
and Mystery plays of the 15th century. Others, 
again preserve curious legends and. of tnese, 
“I Saw Three Ships Come SaUing In" is one. 
Charles Wesley s "Hark. How All the Welkin 
Rings" has. In 200 year*, become Hark, the 
Herald Angels Sing ” Robert Herrick was re 
sponsible for a very rich collection of Christmas 
poems - but Milton. Craxhaw. Southwell. Ben 
Jonson. George Wither. George Herbert and other 
classical poets all contributed to the litereature. 

Seeing that the company of the Mayflower 
was entirely composed of Puritans who frowned 
on carols or anything akin to them, carol singing 
t* a comparatively modern activity In America. 
Nevertheless, carol literaure in the true carol 
tradition has been signal!# enriched by at least 
one American contribution. “We Three Kings of 
Orient Are" was composed by Dr. J. H Hopkln* 
of Williamsport. Pennsylvania, about 1857. 

But. of course, even If carols are the bulk 
of Christmas music, they are still not the sum 

,0f *We have Haydn's "Christmas Symphony" 
composed In 1765 or thereabout*. There is also 
Corelli s “Christmas Concerto." the latter, anywij. 
so designated b> it* composer. Handel * "Me?< " 
as. indeed, any Urge religious work dealing v. i 


the life of Christ. Is, In part, occupied with the 
Christmas theme. 

The "Messiah" was composed in 1741. Tha 
pastoral element of Christmas music is even her* 
In evidence. 

The "Pastoral Symphony" reproduces Italian 
bagpipe music *uch as wa» played by shepherds 
from the hills and heard in Italian streets for 
centuries before, particularly at Christmas time. 
The source of the "Pastoral Symphony" is 
acknowledged by Handel himself on his original 
score. 

* « * 

TWO OF THC*E larger compositions hgye 
already been heard in Victoria this Chrlstmaa. 

The "Messiah” was presented by the Victoria 
Choral Society on Dec 10 at Metropolitan United 
Church. 

The performance was conducted by Graham 
Steed with a chorus of some 75 voices and an 
orchestra of some 12 pieces. The organtst waa 
Richard Proudman. 

Soprano soloist for this presentation was 

Chriata Ortlepp. Mrs. Orllepp came to Victoria 
from Hamburg. Germany, in 1958. ha* already 
made a name for herself in musical circles. Before 
coming to Canada she made records with a 

quartet on both Phillips and Paramount labels. 

She was a member and. frequently, a soloist 
with the North German Broadcasting Choir and 
placed second among 700 competitors in a vocal 
contest sponsored by M G M. 

The contralto was Margaret Myles of Seattle 
with well known Victoria singer. Norman Tyrrell, 
as tenor. The bass parts were excellently handled 
by Derek McDermott. 



For Some Peis of Forgetful Families 


By VERA SCOTT 


know that Christmas. 

They car: why 

' 11 IllSi al lll 

favor ov,v 

can explain n- 'hat their 

owners .tppo: dur- 

lng these hectic days is not jfc/BHjj 

and act * unkind- 

ness but ol thoughtlessness 
due to stress, strain and over- 
taxed minds. yjKgttl 

Be-. VI It: 

• 1 . 1 ' jjpj jij g iai 

Air t'fu ■ 1 ve ' , " ,n 

* 

only resent neglect but suffer 
illness because of it. 

A dog's would is literally And 
turned upside down at Christ- happy 
mas time. His "family." that 
during the year, saw to hi* 
needs, fed him at the proper 
times, brushed him, took him sequent 
for exciting walks or runs, large ps 
petted, loved and talked to him, cldence 
suddenly t changes. holiday 

He finds himself no longer This 
Included in his family's rememt 
whisperings, laughs and plenty 
atrange happennings. He Is *4ove he 
pulled back sharply from cup- receive 
boards and drawers that before dude I 
the change no one bothered home p 
about. He had not been too A cot 
curious himself until he was ago. rr 
ordered to “come away from tended 
there." or “leave that alone." other i 


exritement. You'll 


Don’t forget the little fellow In all 


Polish friend of ours 
that in Poland every 
elonging to a family 
properly fed before 
y and guests sit down 
Mtt Important meal of 
ve season which la 
s Eve supper. It Is • 
hat has gone on for 
>n* and one that might 
followed In our own 


From 


be watched if they show any 
tendency to- chew on the tree. 

Everybody should know that animal 
turkey or chicken bones are 
not for dogs or cats. Bones 
of birds splinter freely, are 
sharp-pointed and sometimes 
scrape, cul or even perforate 
the stomach or intestine. Death 
may bccur from your dog or 
cat eating bones, and the pain 
suffered before death of this 
nature is excruciating. But 
stewed turkey or chicken gib- 
lets. liver, heart, gizzard, cut 
in small pieces, neck and wing 
tips from which the bones are 
removed after cooking, con- 
stitute a treat. Cats are parti 
cularly fond of them. 

Don’t forget your bird. Stop 
to chatter with him once in 
awhile. He is part of the 
family as well and doesn't like 
neglect any more than the dog 
or cat. As a matter of fact, he 
can be quite sulky and refuse 
to sing if he doesn’t think he 
is getting the attention he 
should See that he has a few 
extra dainties to nibble at and 
plenty of fresh water. 


must 
the fi 


Christ 


custom 
genera t' 
well bfl 
country 
Our 
give ui 
pantoni 
lives a! 


•( animals and birds 
their love and com- 
p every day of their 
they should not be 
or alighted at 


Christ 


NAGRAM 

iNSWERS 


1 MALLARD 
I FERTILE 
) PROPOSE 
1 GOURMET 
l BENEATH 


A* for this couple, they’ll 
gH attention **i»e way or 
another. 


H Colonist 3 

AY. DEC. 21, I9.»8 




By GERTRUDE ARMSTRONG 


CUSTOMS DON'T CHANGE 



D ECEMBER, as it* name implies. WM once the 
tenth month of the year. But when the 
early Roman calendar, which started with March, 
was reorganized, it became the twelfth. 

Many Important event* in world history have 
occurred' in this month over the centuries, but 
the most important one will always be December 
26. Christmas Day. 

No other festival Is surrounded by more old 
customs and ceremonies than this day, wh», 
although the world has changed and Is still 
changing since the first Christmas Day. do not. 

They come to us from widely separated coun- 
' tries, and many are survivals of ancient heathen 
rites. For instance, the custom of decoiatlng our 
homes with greenery and hanging Christmas 
wreaths on the door originated from the Druid 
habit of hangtng boughs and leaves over the 
floors of their dwellings to propitiate the gods 
of nature whom they worshipped (omitting Ivy. 
which, being connected with Bacchus, the god 
of wine, was not considered seemly and might 
offend the gods’. 

l< Christmas tree* and Christmas stockings were 

Introduced Into England from Germany by Princo 
Albert when he became fhe husband of Queen 
Victoria. German children believe that presents 
came from »he Christ Child or Kinderlein. from 
which fact we get the name Kriss Krtngle, fchora 
we honor, without any religious significance at 

The Christmas boss* which we all enjoy, got 
their name from a once popular custom of placing 
boxes in churches for donations to pay for special 
Christmas masses. These were opened on the 
day after Christmas, and ths day became known 
as Boxing Day. 

THE YVLE LOG which Is still popular In 
old tashloned houses with large fireplaces, and In 
country inns, got its name from Yul or Yule, the 
winter solstice. Pagan worshippers lit bonfires 
at this lime of the year in honor of the gods 
of the season, and kept one large one alight all 
the year, to kindle the new fires 

• The traditional Christmas dinner of turkey, 
plum pudding snd mince pies Is »1® a survival 
of those days when sacrifice of food was made 
to the gods to whom people looked for good 
harvests 

It was once customary In various parts of 
Britain for the children to go from house to house 
during the week preceding Christmas, singing 
Carols and ending up with the verse: 

“Christmas Is coming. 

The goose la getting fat 
Please to drop a penny - 
In the old man s hat 
If you haven’t got a penny 
A half penny will do. 

If you have no half penny. 

Then God bless you." 

THE THREE MAGI or Wise Men. so often 
port raved on cards and decotaitons. bearing 
pnvni« for 'he Babe In the manger, are popular 
Christmas figures. Tradition has It that the graves 
Cl these men were discovered by the Empresa 
Helena, mother of Constantine the Great, who 
had the relics transferred to Constantinople, 
whence they were later taken to Cologne Cathe- 
dral 

Christmas Carol*, a traditional part of Yule- 
tide. came to u* from a very early set of songs, 
dated 1521. and called “Certain good raroulea 
authorised by my Lord of London '* the first two 
tiring “God rest ve merry gentlemen.’* and "I saw 
three ships a vailing." 

I The Wa'K or Christmas singers, were or- 
IgtnalL cal'ed Minstrels of the King's Court, and 
later were given the task of patrolling the streets 
of the city at night. A regular company of theae 
musician* was formed In Exeler In the fifteenth 
century’ and played their Instruments outsJde the 
larger houses on Christmas Eve. calling the next 
day for donations lo their company. This custom 
was abolished In Scotfand by the puritanical John 
Calvin, who disapproved of such frivolity at the 
aacred season, and all similar celebrations were 
transferred to New Year's EVe, on which night 
carols were rung In the churches. 

THE SIXTH DAY of December is dedicated 
to St. Nichol.-s. very popular in the church, and 
often referred to as "Old Saint Nick." At an early 
age his parents died, leaving him much wealth, 
which he decided lo give to the poor He then be- 
came a priest, and travelled around preaching, 
barefoot, and fasting for long spells. 


4 Batlij Colonial 

Sl'NDAY. DEC. 11. 1M* 


A well known slory concerning St. Nicholas 
Is that a man of his acquaintance died leav- 
ing his three daughters penniless. For throe nights 
in succession the girls found a bag of gold thrown 
Into the house, and eventually discovered St. 
Nicholas was their benefactor. 

Another story Is that he was once aboard 
a ship when a terrible storm arose and the sail- 
ors thought they were lost, but St. Nicholas pray- 
ed for help, and the sea became calm and peaceful. 
That Is the reason for the holy man being looked 
upon as the patron saint of sailors. 

He wanted to travel all over the world preach 
ing but Godeordered him to stay In the cities. 
Ha habit of giving away his possessions identified 
him with the saint of Christmas— Santa Claus 
(Claus being the abbreviation of Nlcholaus. the 
German equivalent of Nicholas i. 

Bom in Asia Minor in the 4th century, he 
entered a monastery there, where he died, hit 
relics being preserved at Myra, and in the eleventh 
century transferred to Italy. 

He was one of Russia's patron saints, and in 
England there are 372 churches dedicated in his 
name As well as being the saint of sailor*. ** 
Is also the protector of virgins and children. The 
feast of St. Nicholas In Bari Is one of the chief 
festivals of Italy. 

On December 10 the last native ruler of \Aales, 
Prince Llewellyn, died in 1282. The principality 
was then annexed by Edward I whose son was 
ci owned as the first English Prince of 
while December saw the martyrdom of young M. 
Lucy by the cruel Roman Dtodeslan. who put so 
many Christians to death. 

The 21st of the month Is the feast day or St. 
Thomas, Apostle of Christ, the patron of archl- 
lecture and buildings, who is often portrayed 
bearing a builder's square In his hand. 

ST. STEPHEN, the first Christian martyr is 
honored by being remembered on the day after 


his Master’s birth. December 27 is St. John tha 
Apostle's Day. followed on the 28th by that of SL 
John, the Evangelist. 

Holy Innocents’ Day on December 28 Is kept 
In memory of the children slain by King Herod, 
and the last day of the month Is dedicated to 
Bishop Sylvester. 

Christmas Day this year will fall on a Thurs- 
day and so this curious little verse found in tha 
Ha tie tan Manuscript kept at the ’Irilish Museum, 
will not be of much Interest for a couple of years 
to come 

"Ladinges I warn ye all before me. 

Yet If that day that Cryste was borne 
Fall upon a Sunday. 

That winter will be good par fay. 

But grete wyndes aloft sal be. 

The somer shall be fayT* and drye. 

If Crystmas on the Saterder falle 
Hyt shalbe fulte of grete iemp*?t*. 

That hyt sail be both man and best* 

And oW folke dyen many. on" 

We shall have to wait until the year i960 
to find out whether this is true or not 

“Plough Monday’’ l* a popular day In the 
rural districts of Britain, and was at one time 
celebrated with great ceremony on the first Mon- 
day after Christmas. The ploughing was then 
started, with much rejoicing and feasting after the 
long rest the ground had had. Food and l eer were 
supplied to the workers of each farm, which was. 
like many other old custom, the survival or a 
pagan rite. In which offerings were made to the 
gods In the hope of a good harvest The day after 
the soil is turned it Is broken by the harrow, and 
on the third day the seed is sown to the ac- 
companiment of an ancient chant: 

"Roots, oats and barley. 

Hay follow stubble. 

May each field be fruitful 
And men have no trouble." 



“ Twa* the night before 

Christmas, ■■ 

When all through the house X g 

Not a creature was allr- 
ing. not even a mouse; 

The storking* were hung by 
the chimney with enre. 

In hope* that St. Nicholas H| 

soon would be there.'' 

T HE familiar line* of Clem- 

ent C. Moore’s beloved M 

poem have delighted the chll- 
dren of the world for more 
than a 100 years. Clement 
Moore wrote them for his chll- 

' gHK 

< 1 'i. kens jSjKjK 

I Temember so well at the 
age of four years that we 

i • f: urr our big Tm-. 

a little modern bungalow with ■fcdgjgw' 

able. I used to puzzle my MgOK 

... r.s •" N'-a ’■» 

The first year after our move C4 
I left my bedroom window '&S| 1 

t . ■ u Aide t" help h rn out .n 

P‘, ■ ■- - 

the chimney. By the pillow 
case filled with good things Ms- : 
that I found a> the foot of my ■gftjrSgJ 
bed in the morning. I guessed 
Santa had made use of the 

a • • Bffify; 

i. : 

Every first of December my 
grandmother would start to 
read me a portion of a Dick 
mi story tod continue to d 
so daily. It was a nice idea, for 
a*, we got nearer to the end |9pjpHpi^ 
of the book, so did we get 
closer to Christmas Day. ■* *i 

Nobody ha* ever quite cap BR' Z 
tun*d the real, old fashioned Oplt 

did Charles Dickens. His de- 0 

... -i 

•Kit.- i'f-ks H|!p|||| 

■ " " v 

h.. -d in the older part of ■BHn 
! •, '■-'■•h ■||||» 

■ ' 

•V ‘ ■|||||| 

Charles Dickens himself was 

! ■ -I AM- Gjggiggg 

His lifelong friend was JllilMJl 
Angela Burdett Coutts. who at J# 

67 yean of age married an 
American of 28. When she died 
In 1906 at the age of 90. she 
too was buried in the Abbey, cloth. A » 
the only woman not of royal house and 
birth to be so honored. to that! Th 

Of all Dickens’ stories, per- In half a r 
hap? “A Christmas Carol" is entered fl 
the most universal favorite In proudly — 
describing the traditional plum like a spot 
pudding* he wrote; hard and I 

"Hallo! A great deal of of half a 
steam! The pudding was out brandy, i 
of the copper. A smell like a Christmas 
washing day! That was the the top." 


Gordon 


been one of those si range char- 
acters created by Dickens him- 
self— for she had a it*d lace 
and a bald head until my great- 
uncle started rubbing her scalp 
with a raw onion w Inch lie de- 
clared later was responsible 
for her new crop of hair — ear- 
ned in the largest of the pud- 
ing "all steaming hot" as the 
one described by Dickens. The 
sprig of holly we had picked 
out of the wood in the lane, 
and of course there was flam- 
ing brandy .sauce. 

The dinner guests w ere often 
interesting. One old . lady of 
90. remembered w hen she her- 
self was a child, seeing Charles 
Dickens visit her father's book- 
store on many occasions. She 
also remembered Jenny Lind, 
the Swedish Nightingale. 

My great aunt had the habit 
of mixing silver charms and 
sixpences in with the Christ- 
mas pudding mixtures. A six- 
pence in those day? «20 odd 
years ago>, was & fortune to 
a little boy. # 

Only once did I ever know 
by the "feet” of .t on my 
tongue that I had found a six- 
pence in m> piece of pudding 
and then 1 swallowed it! I 
spent the rest of a very miser- 
able Christ mHS Day wonder- 
ing if I would be rushed to the 
nearest hospital suffering from 
: appendicitis. The loss of the 
sixpence (which I never re-- 
j covered though I did not have 
an opera i ion* nearly broke my 
i heart as well. 

It was my great aunt's cus- 
tom to give everybody a piece 
of her pudding and cake when 
they called. She never forgot 
the night watchman on duty 
by the hole in the road, or the 
oid lamplighter, either. They 
always had their share. 

On Christmas Eve we would 
al] go to the churchyard to 


I.ER DICKENS 


had this Mask looked like a 
Biblical ILatriarch with his 
flowing flllc beard and black 

cassock. I 

It was (bve custom on Christ- 
mas rveilng lo sing carols 
around little walnut up- 
right piX) which my giand- 
mother Hd been playing every 
Christ! t* since she had re- 
ceived R from her own 
mother Rs a wedding gift 
years bAore Then if there 
was a fill moon we would 
all go tlbogganning on 
the neaiRst slopes which In- 
cldentalljj were the remains of 
an anclenl Roman encumpment 
—and Ar Christmas D a y 
would i( *e with my great- 
uncle Dili her reading the final 
sentence! from Dickens’ "A 
ChrtstmA Carol." 

“And |« was always said of 
him, lhaihe knew how to keep 
ChristmA* well, If any man 
alive po ‘■eased the knowledge. 
May thal he truly said of us. 
and all N us’ And so. as Tiny 
Tim obv ved, God bless us. 


I recall to mind the long row 
of plum pudding? my great- 
aunt Elizabeth Hall Ditch used 
to make In her large rambling 
old house known as Spicers. It 
had a secret pa-ssage and a 
windowless room. The pantry - 
in which she kept her food w as 
an enormous brick - Doored 
place, as large as a modern sit- 
ting room. It was lined with 
shelves and the light streamed 
through from the outer kitchen 
through ■■bulls-eye’’ glass 
windows. 

The pudding? would be ar- 
ranged. their basins, cloth- 
covered and securely tied at 
the fops, upwn one of the 
shelves. At least a dozen 
Christmas cake? of varying 
sizes would be on another 
shelf. The pantry w-as very' 
dry and very cool My gr^at- 
aunt probably had never heard 
of a refrigerator or other item 
of modern household equip- 
ment. 

Our maid, who might have 


THIS WEEK'S ANAGRAM 

How Is your vaewbolary? There Is wo better or more 
fascinating wmv to improve It than by solving these 
anagram* each week. Add the letters In the first column 
to the letters in the second column, and rearrange the 
letters an aa to form a new word. Example; FEND phw 
SEE equals ???. Answer: DEFENSE. CM* you wive 
the following anagrams? 

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Solution to today's anagrams are printed on I age 3. 


GORDON LANGLEY - HALL 

author of this article, U in 
Hollywood In connection 
with the forthcoming filming 
of one of his novels. He is 
regular contributor lo The 
Islander. 


every 


Daiity (tplonid 1 
Sl’M&Y, DEC. 21. IKS 



ELDEST SON LOOKS BACK 


By PHYLLIS McADAMS 


rVJRING SIDNEY’S centennial celebration* 

U William Roberta was honored aa Sidney'* 
oldest native son. 

He was born at the family homesiead. on 
Roberts Lane, now Queens Avenue in the >ear 
1H76 He was the oldest boy of a family of H. 
seven boys and seven girl*. Their father. Samuel 
Roberta, came from Wales by way of the Panama 
and the United States. 

News travelled slowly In those days, ao he 
knew nothing about the. civil war until he ound 

himself caught up in it. However, he eventually 

made hi* way to Canada and < h * r f* r ‘£ >u : N 

Tn WTl he married Agnes Cough. in New 
Westminster. Mia* Lough was the daughter of 
one of the first white men to settle ? In Nana ‘mo. 
Mr <k>ugh was tn charge of the Hudsons Bay 

Company bastion there. ..... .. 

In 1872 Samuel and hi* bride settled in what 
Is now Sidney, and established a home on a large 
tract of land bonieiing on a bay which later be- 
came known as Roberts Bay. It was here they 
raised their family. 

William Roberts like*, nothing better than to 
remln.se* about the pioneer days. His mind ii a 
veritable storehouse of events. His memories go 
back to the days when the whole area, now Sidney, 
wa- ill part of North Saanich, and nothing but 
fimtnnd. and farmers made their own lanes At 
that time the Brethour families' farms extended 
from the East Road to the sea. 

The propei situated next to John Brethour s 
farm, and known for many years as Wpil< * r * 
Bush, was owned by two brother* William and 
Charles Ray. Thev had participated In the Cali- 
fornia gold rush snd when the ship they were 
travelling in to Victoria foundered off Eaqulmait 
they swam ashore with their gold strapped about 

their waists. _ . ..... 

Mr. Roberts recalls that in those early i.ays 
there were a good many Indians about . Some of 
them owned oxen. He also recall* finding on their 
property pits dug by Indiana to trap deer and 
many stone arrow heads. 

G OING to SCHOOL In those days meant walk 
ing about two mriea to the North Saanich 
achool. However, walking was not considered a 
hardship. Some children walked as much as four 
mile* to the schoolroom, built In the shape of a 
~r and heated by a large pot bellied stove that 
devoured four foot lengths of cordwood 

A colorful character who visited the Roberts 
home was Hong Hing. a Chinese merchant, who 
came from Victoria every Tuesday. In a horse- 
drawn covered wagon crammed with general 
merchandise His visit was an event and much of 
the household's needs was purchased from this 
peddler. He was quite willing to take chicken* In 
exchange for goods. These he put in a net slung 
underneath the wagon. The Ray brothers. W dliam 
and Charles, never failed to give old Hong Hmg 
a sumptuous meal before sending him on his way. 

Mr. Roberts looks back with enjoyment to 
the trips he made Into Victoria. Many is the time 
he has taken a load of hay Into town with horse 
and wagon, along the old (Brt road-through part 
of the road, from Elk Lake to Victoria was paved 
with cordwood. Four Inch Iron tired wheels were 
required so as not to damage the road. 

There wasn't a doctor within call during 
those early days. Fortunately life on the farm 
was healthy. When a doctor was needed a rider 
w»* dispatched on a fast horse to Victoria. The 
Journey took more than three hour* each way. 

T HF. FINE, large farm homes often resounded 
with gay parties. The ample table* were In- 
viting with the abundance of good farm fare pre- 
pare,! by the ladies. And of course, there was al- 
mjy* » fiddler to plav the merry dance tunes. 
Mr Robert* nay* the Saanichton Fbir *"*• ** 
popular then as It 1* today, and a visit to the fan 
w as looked forward to for week*. 

It was not uniU 1891 that a townsite was sur 
vryed The Brethour family generously gave their 
water front property for this purpose This was 
the beginning of Sidney. The name was derived 
from Sidney Island and the main street w-aa 
named Beacon Avenue because It ran * tr'ctyj" 
line with the beacon light am Sidney Uland Spit- 
Mr. Roberts recollects that the first three 
building* In Sidney were built by Hughey Moore: 
a store, a hotel (which inddently burnt down a 
few year* ago' and a building which Mr Moore 
Intended opening as a saloon but never dm. A 
A Wharf was built in 1W1 and in 1892 a post 
office was established in Lionel Dickinson a 
General Store Sidney took a step forward when 
Rufus north drove the first mall stage from Vk> 

12 Bally boianiM 

SUNDAY. DSC. 11. IBM 


WHEN SIDNEY 

WAS FARMLAND 



WILLIAM ROBERTS 


toria down Beacon Avenue. He also carried pas- 
sengers. Previous to thi*. Mr. Roberts brother, 
Abraham, had carried the mail from the Brack- 
man Kerr *tore In North Saanich, on horse back, 
for $75 a year 

Mr. Robert* remembers there was great ex- 
citement in the community when in 1893 the four- 
masted sailing ship. The Rath down, arrived from 
England with steel rails for the laying of the 
tracks between Victoria and Sidney. This heavy 
cargo was unloaded by hand and carted away on 
handcart*. 

When the Victoria and Sidney railway was 
operating Mr. Roberts recollects hiring a freight 
car for the sum of $6. He says a familiar alght 
was the caboose loaded with milk cans. As the 


engine was a cordwood burner and stopped along 
the way to replenish its supply U was soon 
affectionately known al the Cordwood Limited. 

S IDNEYS FIRST industry was a small lumber 
mill. And a school was built in 1891 in what 
had been a strawberry patch. 

William Ray was Sidney s first magistrate. 

With the turn of the century Mr. Roberta sawr 
Sidney an established and growing community. 
Steamships were making periodic calls, and 
stores were being built along Beacon Avenue. 
More land was being lopped off the farms to make 
way for roads and small holdings. 

As the years passed more people moved to 
Sidney attracted by the Sidney Lumber Mfll, 
which had grown into a thriving industry. There 
was also the Sidney Roofing Co and the Saanich 
Canning Co. Mr. Roberts says Sidney continued 
to flourish even after the V & S Railway discon- 
tinued service. The CNR carried on a freight 
service for the Sidney Lumber Mill and trucks 
and motor stages made their appearance. 

Twice during the years a devastating fire 
destroyed part of the business section, altering 
the face of Sidney’s Beacon Avenue. 

The struggle for survival during the depres- 
sion years was too much for industry Sidney 
gradually lost it. Many people were forced to 
move away seeking employment. Those who re- 
mained didn’t even have the mill whistle to act 

their clocks by . .. 

Then with the outbreak of the .second World 
War. overnight Sidney sprung to liwe when an air- 
port was constructed only a mile away and hun-^ 
dreds of airmen, some with their wives and 
families, arrived from England, and Canada* . 
centres. Though this was a much needed booster 
shot for Sidney it was at the sacrifice of the 
Brethour family's line old homes. They were de- 
molished to make way for th«* runways. 

After the war ended. TCA took over the air- 
port. Today, it Is one of the busiest in Canada, 
transporting thousands of passengers. Ferries also 
shuttle to and from Sidney. Now. at 82, Mr. 
Robert* Is seeing Sidney fulfilling Its destiny as 
an important transportation centre. 



Britain Follows Canadian Example 


B RITAIN IS GETTING more like Canada every 
day- economically. You may now buy an 
automobile for nothing down and 36 month* to 
pay at 5 per cent interest— or at 10 per cent 
dow n and 48 months to pay at 6 per cent. Time 
pavment restrictions have vanished, and with 
diem a small army of civil strvants who used 
to snoop around making certain that no one hod 
got an armchair for less than decreed deposit. 

The iniquity of I he whole business, of course, 
was that if your credit was good enough you 
could always buy tn automobile and have the 
bill sent in. You could then explain to the seller 
that you were sorry you could not manage It 
all at once— and obviously there was nothing to 
prevent a trade debt being paid by Instalment*. 
Vour credit had to be good because the seller 
could not retain the title of the car. And it would 
have been an illegal transaction had you agreed 
to It before delivery or the automobile. 

Anyway the abolition of restrictions ha* 
cleared away one more control. Business has re- 
verted to a straight out transaction between 
buyer and seller, and British banks have gone 
Into the personal loan business for the first 
time In history on an official basis It is the 
first time an>one has been able to make his 
own arrangements for a very long time. 

There an’ two motives behind the move. 
First, there Is a general election just around the 
corner— within right to 10 months- and no one 
wishes to be too obvious about It; and second, 
unemployment was going up and something was 
ntoeuary to stimulate the demand for consumer 
goods to prevent further unemployment If not 
to absorb tho-o* already out. 

First result has been a speed up In the auto- 
mobile indust r\ and one factory ha* resumed the 
night shift abolished a few months ago My lady 
ia also counting her housekeeping money afresh 
to see what she ran do about the washing ma^ 
chine and refrigerator she always wanted but 
could not m*n*»»e with a down pavment of half 
the value which the government demanded. 

* A * 

TUT. POINT that most people seem to have 
Ignored however, is an appreciation of just far 
we. in Britain, this enlightened democracy have 
gone in surrendering our authority and our 

liberty. . 

The power to make rest notions was, of 
course, granted by parliament as a wartime 
emergency. It ha* been with us ever since. It 
is still with us. The government which glveu* 
automobiles for no down payment ln J* 1 "*** 
can issue an edict prohibiting anything but cash 
3U Tex* week. It needs no authority from 

parliament. 

Everyone realizes that such powers were 
needed during the war but some .P~Pj* h *£ 
started asking whether it Is not time that the 
government of the country was handed bade to 
parliament even if It did make things a Little 
more complicated for the bureaucrats. 

Whilst it is true that most war time rules and 
regulations no longer apply, in most cases the 
power to re introduce them has not been rrpeaje. 
The political argument Is Interesting -the Con 
aervatives argue that they would not use them 
but that to repeal the enabling measure would 
not inhibit the Socialists because they advocate 
more controls anyway, and If they had a major- 
ity they would merely re-enact them. But would 
they? It Is one thing to use an existing authority 
and quite another to acquire it and convinre peo- 
ple that Is necessary. At least the need to go 
parliament would be a restraint. In any case It 
would give a breathing space for reconsideration. 
If there was oiher pressing business It might 
even be decided that it was not so necessary 
after all. 

♦ * * 

AI.THOI i .H TELEVISION has been blamed 
for the decline in attendances at cinemas— one 
pf them the other day pub up the notice “Closed 
by public demand it has not seriously affected 
theatres. Indeed ihrre are signs that It ha* had 
tome influence in increasing patronage for "live" 
•hows More surprising, perhaps, is that It has 
had no effect on readtng. 

Librarians ail over the country report In- 
creasing demands for books, and whilst publish- 
•n report increasing sales this is due almost 
entirely to export trade. Domestic sales have 
declined a lit’le but export sales have Increased 
to the point of more than covering this loss. 
The coat of books is the main factor, allied to 
the Increased efficiency of the puMtr libraries. 
Reading has increased despite television. 


EK'i 


Easy 

Money 

Letter 

From London 


Richard 
L. Thomas 


Reading habits, however, are changing. Al- 
though Dction ia still the most popular category 
its percentage is declining and non fiction is go- 
ing up. Memoirs, biography and travel are in- 
creasingly tn demand, and there is much greater 
Interest in educational— particularly technical - 
books. Publishers In consequence are issuing 
less fiction. 

The most popular interpretation of the read- 
ing trend is that the novelty of television viewing 
has worn off -viewers no longer have their re- 
ceivers on all the time. Most have become 
selective In their viewing with the result that 
thev have more time for reading. This idea is 
supported bv the sharp decline In book Issues 
from public libraries two years ago when com- 
mercial television was introduced into Britain 
for the first time. That decline has now been 
recovered. 


< ANADIANS -MAY be surprised to know that 
university teachers in Britain are publicly ex- 
pressing ’ doubts about the wisdom of under- 
graduates taking Job* In vacations. Over here 
It is rarely a case of “working their way through 
college"- there are so many state grants and 
scholarships, it is usually a case of earning 
pocket money. 

More than 70 per cent of all university stu- 
dents are in receipt of state grants of one sort 
or another. These are usuaUy designed to cover 
the cost of tuition and living expenses and an 
allowance for personal expenditure. Some of 
the remainder have private and institutional 
scholarships. The main criticism of the state 
grants is that though they may be adequate to 
cover expenses during term they do not allow 
for maintenance during vacations and in conse- 
quence it is necessary for uiwkergraduales to 
find paid employment. 

The university authorities are devided as to 
the merits of the argument. Some an* critical 
of the students who are they say. ungrateful 
for state grants and adopt the attitude that "the 
world owes me a living’’ and that they are per 
forming a benefit on the world by becoming a 
university student Some say that they are ex 
travagent— that their grants are adequate for a 
year's living but the students have an exagger- 
ated Idea of standards of living. Then there are 
others who believe that there Is merit in the 
argument that grants should be Increased but 
most authorities seem to be agreed that it is un- 
desirable that undergraduate* should work in 
vacations at paid employment. 

In the old days, of course, it was argued that 
a university was a place where one attended a 
few lectures and maintained a fabulous round 
of social engagements — but the really hard 
work had to be done In the vacations. That was 
possible of course, when most undergraduate* 


Oj I 


i i SJ 




m 


BIG BEN 


were sons and daughters m wealthy parents. To- 
day we have reached the atoint where some Im- 
poverished parents can an -ally receive a statu 
grant to compensate therij for loss of earning* 
of their offspring whilst Ittending a university. 

Support Is given for tl» criticism by the fact 
that one in every 24 stu t • ts l* sent down from 
our universities for fail u to snaintatn the re- 
quired standard. That leans they lose their 
grants and have to go cat into Ihe cold, hard 
world to earn a living without benefit of a de- 
gree. 

Another factor is thaj] many students comm 
from homes without anyj| facility for study and 


very little parental u 
for It. Overcrowded t 
of younger brothers 
employment desirable 
economically. But ge 


■islanding of the need 
is and possibly a trihu 
B sisters make oufslda 
i iologically as well aa 
illy speaking the atti- 


tude of university teachei', is that vacation work 
is undesirable and ahouli be discouraged. 


WITH ONE EXCEPT# 

municipally operated telef, 
phones of the United Ktl 
the post office. The servi 
if you have a telephone]] 
then you have to Join thi- 
country who have applB 
cannot get them. Tiw-i.j' 
the government's refus. | 
•ary capital. 

The telephone service 
M finalized industry. The 
a telephone. Including It 
equipment. Js equivalent 
phone means a minimum 
fire of $35 a year even 
and nowhere else can I 
funds at the equivalent B 
Yet for some mysterlcn »• 
refuses to provide the r# 
the telephone waiting lin 
revenues. 

It remains one of llu 
cracy. The post office # 
that It has installed 2.0# 
Iasi nine years and that T 
reduced by nearly 400,0<B 
sands of cancellat Ions <B 
They also admit that t# 
prevent them eJimtnattnJ 
the provision of raphal.1 
equivalent to less than B 
yearly government inco# 
repaid In revenue in lej 
are few other avenues B 
lure which could piomlsi 


IN. Hull, which has a 
hone service, the tele- 
gdom are provided by 
ee generally is good— 
But if you have not 
175,000 people in thto 
■d for telephones but 
is only one reason — 
to provide the neces* 

is the best paying n«- 
iverage capital cost of 
e necessary exchange 
to $280 Every tele- 
income to the post of- 
if it were never used, 
he government invest 
■f 12 per cent Interest. 

reason the exchequer 
Miry which would end' 
and boost government 

» my*terie* of bureau- 
■fends Itself by saying 
1.000 telephones In the 
le waiting list has been 
i aided by some thou- 
ae to tariff Increase*, 
ere Is now nothing tn 
the waiting List except 
The amount needed ia 
i half per rent of lha 
ie — and It would ba 
than a decade Thera 
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SUMDAY, DEC. *L IMS 








Filmy Finery After the Steamer Sank 


By Lydia Lane Loggers Danced in 


AH vice to Milady 


I TTOU.Y'WOOD — Every once In ft wnue 
11 ftad ft role that suits them %o well their 
‘ y umociftted with the very mention of the 
Katherine Cornell with the “Barrett* of W1 
Street, “ Helen Hayr« with “What Every H 
Know*" and currently “Auntie Marne’ means 
ttnd RaaseD. 

When I mentioned this to 
Rosalind over a cup tof tea In 
her handsome home In Beverly 
HtUs she said: 

“I met Auntie Marne three 


years ago and I nave uvea wi... 
her ever since. She is so con- 
temporary- She is a woman 
who never dings to the past 
and never looks back. She has 


"For example, take her 
clothes. It l» true that she 
w ears some very unusual fash- 
ions. but she always comes 
into the room as an Individual, 
not a freak.” 


no time for regrets. She takes 
up the challenge of change and 
forges ahead. 

•This is a healthy quality " 
Rosalind observed. “So many 
people resist change. They are 
afraid of It. but Marne is 
always ready to try something 
new because she knows it can 
bring new Interests and a new 
personality. 

“Women who have seen me 
in the play have told me how 
much they envy Auntie Marne 
and how they wish they had 
her courage to express them- 
selves. But they have become 
victims of convention anti are 
afraid of what people will say. 

“It is natural to want to be 
liked, but you can miss out on 
a lot of happiness by giving 
too much importance to the 
opinions of others. I think 
everyone could profit by ac- 
quiring some of Marne’s atti- 
tude of not being too influ- 
enced by what people will say 
of any change she wants to 
make in herself. In this movie 
script she ho* 15 different 
moods." Rosalind revealed. 

••With this attitude what 
happens to individuality?’ 1 
asked. 

"That’s an interesting point." 
she replied. “But uO matter 
what Marne adopts she never 
loses her basic personality. If 
you are a true person you re- 
main essentially what you are 
de-pile external or momentary 
changes. 


one of ft fleet 
Seattle, and on 
ft cold, clear day 
return. 

Davidson’s foghorn, 
n the wintry dusk, 
iptain Jensen did not 
•.e shore that he was 

0 close to at Willow 
tot clear, except that 
ive had no knowledge 
oad or trail leading 
■e to Campbell River; 
ighthouse foghorn In- 

1 lighthouse keeper, 
ild give them assist- 


The 8ft. Cottage City, ft passenger Vftftft* 

owned by the Pacific Coast Steamship Co. of 

the Seattle to Alaska run, left her home port on 

uiry. 1911, bound for Alaska, never to 

Cape Mudge, John Davidson, guided b 
heard the distress call, but booming 
could do little to help, other Why C 
than to keep on. with renewed land on 
vigor, working the hand- already 
pumped machine that was the Point Is 
Capo Mudge foghorn of 1911. he may I 
A tedious and arm breaking of any 
method for a "horn blow," and from thi 
a far cry from our foghorns of while a 
today. When snow or fog dlcated 
lasted for days, as it sometimes who wc 
did, and Davidson tired from ance. 
the endless pumping, his wife 
would take over the job of 
• working the "honi" — a horn 
that was a warning to all 
mariners that they were in 
t the vicinity C*f Quadra Island. 

£ and the dangerous reefs off 
fc the Cape. 

t With his ship hard aground 
on the reef at Willow Point, 

X Captain Jensen ordered all 
K “ passengers and crew into the 
lifeboats 

IH With the last boat lowered 
HI and launched without loss of 
^9 life, the question must have 
ttv been "where now , ’’ in a world 
that had closed In on them, a 
m • chill, white wot Id of snow. 

Sac They c.-uld see lit t le farther 
than U .• h. a\- ir. w hu h they 
huddled. 

And here, the snow muffled, 
m but heartening sound of David- 
son’s doleful foghorn reached 
then. 

The long line of the lifeboats 
began 1o pull across the four- 
mile stretch of water from 
Willow Point to Cape Mudge. 

It was a slow and bitter pil- 
grimage, with the wind and 
cold increasing, and only those 
at the oars able to keep the 
blood warm in their bodies. 
Hampered by tides, tossed on 
the swells in a southeast wind, 
slowly, mile by mile, the boats 
advanced across Discovery 
Passage tow aids Cape Mudge, 


ODAY, when you ask most people living between Campbell 
River and Courtenay, on Vancouver Island, If they can 


leaves the house. An Im- 
portant rule is to dress for the 
occasion. 

"Dressing to your age Is Im- 
portant. too. A school girl Is 
not ready for sophisticated 
high fashion, and a mature 
woman looks out of place In 
clothes from a college shop. 
Cultivate femininity." Misa 
Russell urged. "Men love It. 
When I played a career woman 
23 times for MGM I was bitter, 
domineering and so efficient 
that by the time I realized my 
mistakes and became feminine 
It was too late for sympathy. 

"Men resent women who are 
argumentative or too out- 
spoken. rU never forget an 
argument I had once with ft 
director about a script. When 
he left I turned to the producer 
and asked. ’Wasn’t I right?’ 
and he said, You were right 
but you pointed out what he 
didn't want to hear." “And,” 
she added. "1 lost the part." 

"One of the most feminine 
traits every woman can culti- 
vate is the art of listening. II 
you give a man your undivided 
attention— if you really listen 
without letting your thoughts 
wander, he will be sure to find 
you interesting and charming 
and want to see more of you. ’ 


By 

MAUD EMERY 


In dui course, the lifeboats 
again p it to sea. this time 
heading northwest across Dis- 
covery *6ssage to Campbell 

River. lore the weary’ boat 
passeng rs and crew were 
i. and cared for at the 

Willow Hotel, then owned 

and opf ated by the Thulins. 

After several days there and 
while ' siting for the Pacific 
Coast ! upping Co. to send a 
vessel 1 pick them up. Captain 
Jensen and his crew, now 
aware f the narrow, winding 
road 1« ding to Willow Point 
from C mpbell River, managed 
to salv ge some machinery, 
equiprr nt, and furnishings 
from e Cottage City before 
they v -re forced to abandon 
her w | >n she began to break 
up on he reef. 

Wot soon passed that a 

ship w ; aground and breaking 
up off V’illow Point, and boats 
of all sizes and shapes con- 
verge | on the scene to buy or 
pilfer ier cargo, and rumor 
has it hat there were loggers 
(who tad managed to gain 
access to the ship’s cargo of 
rum » id whisky) who were 
later icon dancing In the 
town’! main street, kicking up 
the wh’Is of their heavy, 
clun | caulk boots but all 

drtssef up in the frills and 
billow! skirts of the Alaska- 
bouudLhowgirls. 


ROSA UNO BUHHELL 


By MURIEL WILSON 


Cape Mudge Lighthouse 
, . . where John Davidson 
pumped his foghorn to lead 
the wrecked ship’s boats to 
safety. 


THOUGHT FOR FOOD 


A LTHOUGH I have been advocating pre- 
Christmas preparations for the past few 
weeks I am like most other housewives with 
ftoaens of ihings yet to do. As usual the Christ- 
mas season has arrived sooner than I expected; 
as usual 1 will be among those burning the 
midnight oil finishing card* and letters, lining 
up in the post office, cutting cedar boughs and 
ordering the Christmas tree at the last minute. 
Hurtle, bustle and some confusbuon are all part 
of the holiday pattern. I have to admit I love 
the llth hour flurry ... It is part of that 
ttngley "isn’t Christmas lovely" feeling 

Whether you are one of those «mart people 
with everything done down to the wreath, hanging 
on the front door, or whether you are one of 
the "all behind” crowd like my*e!f. we all have 
the turkey stuffing still to do. It Is one of the 
thinks that shouldn t be put together until the 
last minute. 

Many turkrv stuffing recipes are traditional 
but here Ls one with something new added I 
it first In California ... It was so good 


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AT THIS DATE maybe it is too late to be 
relaxed but there is always time lor the kindly 
gesture and the Inspired Invention. It is too late 
to make s pair or needlepoint slippers but not 
too late to deliver by hand a blue and gold 
wrapped jar of your own wild blackberry Jelly 
or special chill sauce. 

It may be too late to knit a fluffy bed Jacket 
for Grandma but you could take her downtown to 
see the Christmas decorations with lunch In- 
between. This twne of year almost everyone ia 
too busy to slow down to Grandma s pace . . . 
two or three hours detoted to Grandma would be 
a real love gift and probably the highlight of her 
Christmas. 

There Is time to try’ out that new eggnog 
recipe t lather will be more than willing to aerve 
M taster) and still time to make your donations 
to the Christmas Cheer Fund. 

Whatever your last minute preparations, let 
them be done with love and let your gifts be 
tied with your heartstrings. 

AjU bow from my kttehc* So your 
ftltebea and tied with a Mg red bow 
, . . Merry Christa**! 


The Melbourne Herald re- 
lates a story of a bookseller 
who recently decided to send 
a circular to his magazine sub- 
icriber customers explaining 
that he was a keen philatelist 
and asking them to save the 
stamps for him from their 
foreign mail. He dictated the 
circular letters but unfortu- 
nately did not jrad them care- 
fully before they were mailed. 
The typist had got things 
somewhat mixed and Instead 
of being a keen philatelist he 
was according to his own cir- 
cular, “a keen philanderer.” 


By R. M. ANGUS 

It 1* unfortunate that the 
Canadian stamp issued this 
summer to honor the nursing 
profession has Tailed in Its 
purpose. Despite the fact that 
Canada is proud of her scores 
of pretty and distinguished 
nurses, this stamV shows a 21- 
year -old Ottawa stenographer 
In nurse's uniform — complete 
with the black stripe of a 
graduate nurse on her cap. 

A Toronto nurse when asked 
for her opinion on the subject 
gave the following answer: 

"I worked hard for my 
black stripe— three long years 
and I'm proud of It. I don't According to 
think she should have been magazine Stam 
allowed to wear It" Tt’s per- Mr. Lehman i 
fectly outrageous." said an- firmed the repot 
other graduate nurse. T cer- current stamps 
Uinly think there are lots of supplied to his 
nurses who are Just as Ghana Philateli 
pretty.” New York) at 


pieces and one-half cup blanched and slivered 
almonds. Sprinkle with s quarter cup giblet 
stock and toss lightly. You may like more or less 
seasoning than this recipe calls for. Seasoning 
Is a matter of taste, so taste before putting in 
full quantity. This amount of stuffing is about 
right for an eight pound bird. 


CRANBERRIES are made to measure Christ- 
mas accent. Cranberry’ «lad * pretty as a picture 
and versatile as a safety pin ... It can double 
for s salad or dessert It can be used for lunch, 
dinner or for an evening party. If used as a 
salad, top with mayonnaise. If dessert ... a 
fluff of whipped cream topped with a cherry. 

lb make . . . drain an U -ounce tin of 
Mandarin orange sections and a 10 -ounce tin of 
pineapple tidbits. There will a eup of Julca. 


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DAY, DEC. 11. LtM 



AlarHones Heads School Festival 


YOUNG TALENT 
CROP IS GOOD 


drama course*. Including one toria for 11 year*, 

at L'BC where the play under- them at Mount Dou 

taken was “Everyman " This School where he tea* 

was a very popular morality commercial divisic 

play of the 15th century, actu- viousiy he taught a 

ally of Dutch origin. It was and North Ward 1 

signally revived by Max Rein- school*, 

hardt with the great Alexande-r He has a famil> 
Molssl in the title role, and It boys aged 12. 10 *r. 


fey BERT BINNY 

IE GREATER VICTORIA School* Drama Fes- 
tival which sta*M l9th P ro " 

n from March 9 to 14 of 1959. has one of the 
est terms of existence in Canada. 

. I- Back In 1951 with ‘The P.ed 

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of* if 'everybody knew “The Courting of Marie Jen- 
11 * vrin” It was Behnonl Junior- 

L for instance, produced Senior High School that 
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*whi have proceeded to ance and secured scVe ™ 1 
and better things. At vtdual swards In competition 
University of British with schools of much larger 
k»la only recently, for enrolment 
x Margot Thomson. In 1957 and 1938 It was 
a Cedes. Sharon Plows Mount Douglas High that did 
ony Churchill were all the same thing under much 
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la a carefully-organized affair. 
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and preparation* take shape 
pine month* before the actual 
date of production. There is 
t Urge committee headed by 
an elected chairman. 

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The Pasternak Story 


Nobel Prize 
His Dishonor 


fsheilnh Graham Story 


bittersweet 

FAIRY TALE 


By WILLIAM D. PATTERSON 

T HE IRONY of the savage Soviet assault on the artistic integrity of Boris 
Pasternak Ls that it contributed as much as the great r erits of his notablo 
novel to making “Doctor Zhivago” (Pantheon) a world-wv • best-seller with its 
poetic message of anti totalitarianism. 


M rHOW ME A HERO,” wrote F. 8cott Fitzgerald 
O in his notebooks, “and I will write you a 
tragedy.” 

Tfie hero of Moved Infidel, lies). Throughout It all this 
bv Sheila Graham and Gerold level headed beauty kept her 


FYank tHftnry Holt A Co.), a heart Intact for the great mo 
bittersweet remembrance of ment in her life. It came tju 
thine* past, is Fitzgerald day she aaw the moody. By 
SmLlf vvho. In a four year ronic Fitzgerald at . HoUy 
ramance with columnist wood party. What happened 
Shellah Graham in HoUywood. thereafter make, this a storj 
both confirmed and gave the of great emotional power. 

Ue to his apothegm. These a good many of Fitzgerald. 
Ust four years of his life, hitherto unpublished writing: 
when Fitzgerald fought off to Shellah Graham (the tltli 
the bitterness of what looked D f the book Is his) are re- 


For this is a great book by 
I a wise and brave man which 

I deserves to be read as a llter- 

■ B m ■■ ary achievement. Importantly, 

but only incidentally, It Is a 
rote F. Scott Fitzgerald devastating indictment of the 

a i «^li write von a coUectivist. faceless society 

d I will write you a coated by Communism and 

ruthlessly ruled by the Soviet 

lies). Throughout It all this hierarchy. 

level-headed beauty kept her Pasternak writes as a poet, 

."Ue, lor the «nS - “ ““ SM? ul 


neart imaci ior uie - • ^ 

t M h*r ltfe It rime the at lhe w o rl d around him. He 
ment m her U e. It came the ^ ^ # propagandist, and he 

day she saw lhe moody. ^ ^ critical of western ma- 

Fi M* er *lv h ui hannened terialism and conformity as he 
wood party. What happened ^ ^ group mediocrity of 

thereafter makes this a story RussUn Communism, 
of great emotional power. ^ author>B herQ u |he |nd| . 

A good many of l itzgerald s ^one with his fate and 

hitherto unpublished writings hlg conscience In a complex 
to Shellah Graham (the title un j V er*e. Early in the limpid 


Ilka literary oblivion and printed here; and, though liter 


pages of his novel he writes: 
“The fashion nowadays Is all 


•tailed his comeback with The *ry purists may dismiss them |<>r groups and societies of 
I „ t Tycoon have been cloud- as minor Fitzgerald t which In- every sort. Gregariousness ls 
lly documented at best. Be deed they are), they remain always the refuge of mediocri- 
lLj infidel reveals for the hLs bouquets to a woman he ties, whether they swear by 
first time who was his most needed. He emerges here, Soloviev or Kant or Marx. 
Intimate ft lend in this period, not as the whining and de- Only Individuals seek the truth 
and who rncoui aged and sus- feated writer depicted else- and they shun 

““ rr ssss* =?« 


as minor Fitzgerald (which In- every sort. Gregariousness is 
deed they are), they remain always the refuge of mediocrl- 
hLs bouquets to a woman he ties, whether they swear by 


intimate ft lend in this period, 
and who encouiaged and sus- 
tained him In his comeback 
attempt. 

Let It be clear that this 
book Is not a biography of 
Fitzgerald, but of Sheilah 


Graham, 


English -born Frank 


d*mon before deal), came." T’lhink one 

In telling this Cinderella- b e j oya i to immortality, 

cum • Pygmalion story. Mr. w hi C h I* another word for life. 


surpassed 


movia columnist who has been earlien- books on Lillian Roth 
a familiar figure on the Holly- and Diana Barrymore. It has 
wood scene for the past 20 the magic words ‘ best seller 


a stronger word for it. One 


earlier- books on Lillian Roth mus t be true to Immortality— 
and Diana Barrymore. It has trU e to Christ!” 


&B2$m : 


r\ 


yaarx. He enters only in the Written all over It. | 

•econd half oi the book, but (copvn«ii» i*s* fay Saturday r*»s** t 
thereafter strut* and fret* his ^ r— _ 

brief hour unfoigettably on 

her stage. The romance be- F-a 1 

tween this failing genius. xr JjkSt ' ^F. 

whose wife was in an instl- 
tutlon. and a beautiful English- K "^4 

woman he loved and sought Wi V y 
to educate makes this the V* 

moat moving of Gerold jF 2 
Frank's biographies to date. K * 

This may not be the Fitz- g|- 
gerald of the literary cogno- 
•oantL but it is Very much the 

fleah and blood Fitzgerald of p " i ■ jV* 
the woman at whose feet he 

If the last half of the book w Wt 

Ls dramatic, hardly less so ls ^ 
the first. wMch Miss 

Gran am rc 's the story of || 

bar humble bi;ih as a father- 

1st* 

London, an.l her fairytale 
rise to a b* , tter and ever bet 

tar Ilf.* c •' of 

her 

Ingiy h-v - •:•!■■ t- 

Bi’ra 

har con. hi - v. ‘ il1 '• 

ilemurf'ii*-' a 

• My ) i i : • • • 

Their M •- v 
and Q.:eer V. >r;- in a n nial 

court preser.i anon. 

These pages, indeed, are 
spattered with names from Shrilah Grahan 

Debrett's Peerage and the columnist's to 

London theatre (she danced With her are C 

for a while In Cochran'* Fol- , ^ 


These words were a sort of 
prophecy, written by a man 
living quietly apart from the 


Ispl 

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1 

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Shrilah Graham, centre, at the time she stepped from a 
columnist's to a television role In “My Little Margie 
With her are Charles Farrell and Gale Storm, cottars In 
^ the production. 


Iron society In whirh he found t 
himself and which had in ef- ( 
feet silenced him for 25 years ( 
by condemning his poetry as 
deviattonist. He refused to 
conform by refusing to write. < 
The state prescribed mold w as \ 
not for him. j 

But the great novel on which , 
he had been working In hts 
self imposed exile from the 
narrow world of Soviet letters ' 
suddenly exploded, as he had 
hoped. In the wide world of , 
literary freedom, earning him 
the Immortality of a Nobel 
Prize and mankind's respect 
for his gallant devotion to the 
truth even as the ’gregarious 
mediocrities" (officially ap 
proved Soviet authors and 
critics i ganged up on him with 
malevolent spite. 

The setting of Doctor Zhiv- 
ago is Russia during roughly 
the first quarter of this cen- 
tury. with a sort of epilogue 
that carries it up to 1943. 

The storms and tides of war, 
revolution, civil war, terror, 
oppression and Stajinlst totali- 
tarianism sweep over the pro- 
tagonists of Pasternak's novel, 
turning their* live* upside 
down, shattering their rom- 
ances, their pleasures and their 
careers, but still leaving them 
unafraid of either life, love 
or death. 

This ls a spacious novel on 
a universal theme which. It 
is good to report, stood tri- 
umphantly at the top of the 
list of books being most widely 
read and enjoyed last week 
throughout the country. 

The Pasternak novel has a 
huge company of characters 
from all levels of Russian so- 
ciety, before an<l after the 
Revolution, but the central fig- 
ure la that of the aristocratic 
physician and poet. Dr. Yurll 
Zhivago. 

This Is a Christian novel of 
the Individual man. living with 
his own conscience and hi* own 
dreams, his own weaknesses 
and strength*, unconformed to 
the rigid society around him 
which was supposed to remake 
him and all men into the new 
Soviet man. Neither Pasternak 
nor his hero can see man as 
a cog In a materialist, mechan- 
ized society, but rather as a 
single, noble figure pursuing 
his Individual fate alone In 
the cosmos, prisoner and 
master of his own desires and 
dreams. 

A full-blooded, passionate 
novel, with knowledge of lhe 
world and deep convictions 
about the essential spiritual 
nature of man. this is a book 
that offers the reader an ex- 
perience in spacious thought 
and Intense emotion* that 
should not be missed. 

Boris Leonidovich Pasternak 
Is a handsome, vigorous Rus- 
sian poet who during hi* 67 
years In a turbuent world lias 


I x* to his credo that th* 
should never “distort 
ing voice of life." 
m managed to do this 
official pressure from 
I vlet government to con- 
io their politico-literary 
Instead of his own. The 
act In Pasternak s long 
has been played before 
>tlre world after he re- 
the Nobel Prize for liter- 
following the clandestine 
ition of his great novel 

i his wife he has lived 
tjy in a small writers’ 
about 15 miles south- 
of Moscow, contenting 
If with magnificent 
ktions Into Russian of 
Upeare. Shelley, Goethe 
rerlalne. 

ling lived and studied 
id In Germany. France 

I taly, he has never lost 
>wn identification with 
m philosophy and lltera- 
Hls affection for the 
try of his .years In Italy 
d him to send his manu- 
to the Italian publisher 
ntroduced Doctor Zhivago 

I e world, despite official 
t pressure to suppress it 
d as in Russia, 
lounced by his govem- 
I and by the tame stooges 
■oscow's official literary 
ps, the author is now llv« 
pnore quietly than ever, 
[g he will be neither ex- 
p nor exiled to Siberia for 
[dishonor” of winning the 
Prize. 


FOR YOUNG 
READERS 

P Minted Pony Run* Away: 
As Little Elk Tells It In Indian 
Pictftre Writing. Written and 
illuArated by Jessie Brewer 
Mctfcw. Nelson. Little Elk. a 
Cheienne, lost hts pony and 
follAved it to a Sioux enramp- 
mei*. where he was captured 
andljheld prisoner. When the 
brales departed on a hunt he 

| *d on his pony but 
>ed to rescue the Sioux 
s son. Bear Boy. who had 
en his leg The Sioux were 
rateful that they and the 
ennes smoked the pipe of 
e together. The pictures, 
h are done In red and 
< on tan paper to simulate 
alo hide, ore accompanied 
brief text, or translation. 
|t~ning readers will enjoy 
•■[’story and the fun of read- 
IngHpictures. 

-j 

Skil.M (Colonist 7 

HNDAY, DEC 21, 195S 








By RONALD GARTH DAM: 


Misery 


They Want for Christmas? 


I SN’T It fun to look forward to Christmas? Can 
you Imagine a return to the bad old days when 
Christmas was banned? 

Yet, in England Just over 300 years ago. a 
Chriatmaa crank named Richard Matthews decided 
that the whole Christmas season had got out of 
hand ... and so he began tugging every string 
he knew to have the festive season abolished. 

•'Misery Matthews" thought It shameful to 
feast on boar's head, the forerunner of the Christ- 
mas turkey, and he considered It a wicked waste 
of good timber to burn outsize Yule logs. These 
were the days when England became a republic 
under the puritan dictatorship of Oliver Cromwell. 
And all too soon the anti-merry "Misery Men” had 
their way. 

With a stroke of the pen the fiat was pub- 
lished. 'That no observation, merriment or re- 
ligious service shall be held on Five and Twentieth 
day of December, commonly called Christmas 
Day." 

The results were startling. For 16 years 
Chriatmaa was officially banned In Britain— and 
for 16 years tt was celebrated in hush hush secrecy 
behind closed and locked doors. 

Military patrols tramped the streets on Christ- 
mas morning, sniffing for festive cocking smells. 
They had the right to search kitchens and peer 
Into ovens. And all meat found being cooked was 
confiscated, unless the soldiers could be bribed. 

Shops were forced to stay open, biit in nearly 
every case doorways and windows were blocked 
with bales and bundles. The shopkeepers pretended 
to be slock taking while, In reality, Christmas 
celebrations were held behind the sacks. 

Actors found guilty of appearing In panto- 
mime and other shows were tied to a cart and 
whipped through the streets. Theatres were raided 
and closed, and the props and scenery destroyed. 
At one theatre, where an audience was caught in 
the act of listening to "a carnal abomination 
called Dame Turtle." forty people were fined. 
They were a minority who failed to get away 
during the wild rush to escape through the doors. 

Parsons who dared to stage Christmas serv- 
ices were marched off to prison. At one time 
eighty parsons were lodged behind bars, ^waiting 
trial *f(^ supporting “heathenish customs and 
popish superstitions." 

Some Christmas services were held In cellars. 
But John Evelyn, the diarist, was one of the 
people who dared to celebrate publicly at Exeter 
Chapel. "The chapel was surrounded my soldiers," 
he wrote, "and all the assembly kept prisoners. 


Tried to Abolish Christmas 


DOLLS! 


But before the arrests were mads and In defiance 
of the soldiers who slood on the altar steps with 
muskets, the congregation took Communion. 


was not a success. ‘The people <1 
hate to be reformed." a killjoy { 
ported to Parliament. 

Cromwell's so-called Parliamenj 
on Christmas Day . . . but in the! 
Guy Fawkes had been arrested I 
before, their rapscallion servants n 
Christmas party In whispers. 

In May, 1658, King Charley 
triumph into London. *nd nextl 
new carol was loudly sung from 
“Now thanks to God for Charles' 
absence made old Christmas moor: 

Up went the garlands, the hollj 
Into the ovens went plum puddln) 
pies. The churches werf cramm 
shippers. Carols were sung cleail 
than ever before. Christmas Day 
back again— and It's been a *Ha^ 
for most of us ever since. 


England do 


rivNlY THREE more ahop- 
^ ping days! The* early 
Thursday morning — and I 
mean early — thousand* of 
Victoria's very Junior miaaes 
will ha snipping string, part- 
ing brightly colored wrap- 
pings and presto! cornea th* 
bright-eyed. Up- parting look 
of wonderment that repays 
the hour* of tramping store 
aiaka or being elbowed la 


THE NEWS SHEETS of the day were forbid- 
den to mention Christmas but there were plenty 
of propagandists who tried to tear peace and 
goodwill to pieces. A bigot who styled himself 
• Zeal^jf the Land Busy" published a treatise 
against the dreadful vice of kissing under the 
mistletoe and a writer named "Tribulation Whole- 
srvme" ranted against the dangers of the flowing 
wassail bowl. 

In Sussex villages farmers who dared to ar- 
range a Christmas bam dance were clapped Into 
the stocks— and there secretly regaled with Christ- 
mas pudding by their friends. Even a Punch- and- 
Judy show was an unlawful exhibition. 

At Bury St. F«dmunds. where December 25th 
was ordained for "business as usual." 150 appren- 
tices revolted and threatened to set fire to any 
shop that opened. 

The mayor of Canterbury hurriedly read the 
proclamation that Christmas should not be ob- 
served and then instantly rushed back Into his 
house and barricaded himself in. Through the 
streets of the town grim armies of Kentish men 
marched to his front door, smashed all his win- 
dows and set blazing faggots against the walls. 

The constables were called ouT. and In the 
ensuing free fight the sheriff was knocked out 
and several people Injured. When the ringleaders 
of the riot were Jailed, their comrades rushed the 
prison and released them. 

From Oxford to Ipswich the supporters of 
Christmas rallied In similar rlols. In a secret 
printing press In the Inner Temple resistance 
men worked day and night turning out a tract, 


sat as usual 
■ellars where 
ily 50 year* 
iged a secret 


II rode in 
Christmas a 
loor to door, 
return whose 


the misletoe, 
i and mince- 
i with wor- 
■ and louder 
vas officially 
y Christmas 


According to those with a 
finger on the buyer's pulse, 
one out of every four little 

f trls (3 to 10 years) has a dolL 
f she hasn't, she’s missing out 
Why they like dolls, of course, 
te Just part of nature's vast 
scheme, summed up by Victor 
Hugo as "one of the most 
charming instincts of female 
childhood." 

Not only childhood. Some 
like ’em even when they're 
grandmothers. 

For example push open the 
gate at 752 Monterey Avenue 
and meet the Lyles. William 
and Gladys, Mrs. Lyle has 
been fashioning dolls for close 
to 50 years and the thirty -odd 
specimens In her collection 
have been playthings not only 
of her children. Hugh and 
Elizabeth <Mr* Ivan Peetz), 
but also four grandchildren. 
In the Lyle living room the 
ether evening I glimpsed the 
proud first Elizabeth. In 
ruffles and brocade, looking, 
I thought, slightly askance at 
the beauteous Lola Montez at 
her elbow Back of her were 
court ladles, and In front 
ranged villagers of all ages, 
Includnlg Old Osborne, octo- 
genarian from a Herefordshire 
village, sitting In a wheel- 
barrow. He actually existed, 
for many of Mrs. Lyle's dolls 
are fashioned from real life. 

Every bit of the costumes 
waa hand made from scraps of 
material In hours of pains- 
taking stitching and matching. 

You spot a little peddler 
woman with her tray of 
potions, who was an actual 
English countryside character 
years ago, and the little old 
lady sewing In her rocking 
chair, complete with widow's 
cap, la distant relative Cath- 
arine Hutton, daughter of 
William Hutton, who was 


On Christmas Eve 
In 1880’s 


and friend*, described In thin article. 


Mrs. Gladys Lyle 


bags, parasols, watches, ear- 
rings and baggage. He even 
put on doll fashion shows In 
South America and Mexico. 
Today a Jumenu head, com- 
plete with wig. may fetch 
$250. 

Doll* come in every nation- 
ality. every Tace, from the 
Arctic to the equator. There's 
even a wide variety of redskin 
dolls, the Hopis of the south- 
west setting the pace with 
close to 200 types. 

Finally, there's the day to 
day "please every junior miss, 
especially at Christmas time" 
type of doll which helps maka 
up today's $200,000,000 doll In- 
dustry In North America. 
These store dolls run all the 
way from popularly priced 
checkered rag dolls with 
woollen stranded hair, up the 
•octal scale to young Ladies 
with changes of clothing rang- 
ing from nun's habits to 
nightiea. some Including even 
skis, skates and sun glasses. 

One of the old time Jumeau 
dollars, by the way, had fifty 
changes of costume! 

Mrs. Lyle told me that once 
when she stuck a home-made 
rabbit In an old country war- 
time parcel, a local business 
woman wa* *o struck with It 
that eventually three hundred 
like It weie sold locally. 

A reminder of Mrs. Jennie 
Groves of Medford. Mass, who 
some years ago made a few 
dolls for a church ba/aar They 
aold so quickly she went into 
business. Last year her com- 
pany (Vogue Dolls, Inc.) 
grossed $6.250 ,000. up 1.330 per 
cent In seven years! Which 
only goes to show that one out 
cf four little g*r’s <3 to 10 years 
of age) need* a dell! 


Lyle’s mother In 1891 for an 
English competition. She did 
not Win: the Judges ruled It 
wasn't a child's doll ... It 
was too good! It cost her hus- 
band a guinea to get It back. 

Some of the dolls In Mrs. 
Lyles collection were gifts, 
like the moccasined Indian girl 
marie by a Wood Cree woman, 
Nay-a watabec. of the Frog 
Lake Reserve In Alberta. This 
doll s jet black hair Is actual 
squaw's hair, and the eyes are 
tinted maroon to conform. 

Another visitor to the collec- 
tion Is a French Canadian habi- 
tant dc^L In a hand made wool- 
len sweater and homespun 
trousers. He stands alongside 
a woman from Uruguay with 
a big basket type hat. and a 
baby In a shawl. 

A Dutch girl, lab technician 
In a Nanaimo hospital, added 
to the gathering a Jointed 
wooden doll, made with only 
a pocket knife. Eye-catching la 
an Italian organ grinder and 
his wife, laboriously pushing 
a hand organ. They were an- 
other actual couple who 
toured the south of England, 
supporting a family of 13 in 
Italy. 

A rare old doll Is the "spin- 
ster," In Elizabethan costume. 
She has a distaff In her left 
hand, from which a hank of 
woollen yarn runs through 
her right hand to end on a 
danglnig spindle. Like a cow- 
hand spinning a rope, the w*k> 1 
was spun devterously around 
the spindle, a practice ante- 
dating the spinning wheel and 
bequeathing us the woi«ls 
“spinster" and "distaff." 

H*U difficult part Of doU- 
tnaklng. says Mis. Lyle, Is the 


Photo, Story 
By 

CECIL CLARK 


By JULIA GLENDIM 

TN 1880, and thereabouts, the bu| 
* Victoria was only very small, I 
area bounded by Government, Fo| 
Yates Streets. 

There were no large dopartmi 
the great displays of merchandise 
day. or any exclusive dress shops, 
There were several dry-goods 
emment, and some tiny toy shops i 
but Just as fascinating to the chili 
Many' people went downtown 
not for a rush of last-minute shod 
mire the decorations In shop wlnJ 
tend greetings to their friends. Ini 
Christmas cards as we do today.] 
The provision shops were ga_^ 
fancy confections, and fruits from] 
that we only saw at Christmas t) | 
The big, golden oranges wJ 
Christmas Pauli’s, not something] 
everyday breakfasts. 

Probably the greatest attract 
nual fat beef show, held In the but 
rivalry was very kern, with Messr] 
Danley, at Government and Jo 
carrying off honois. 

Among the evergreen* and n 
sides and quaiteis of grain fed be 
20- pound roast of prime beef wnsj 
the favorite Christmas fare. But 
turkeys, geese, chickens and littl 
each with an apple In his mouth. 

One shop always hod a little | 
Mavbe they came from the besi 
Hill Park. 

Often the evening wouk! en 
sleigh ri<h-s into the country, bells 
a 1 1ngle, os far on Cadboro Bay, O 
field. 


ess centre of 
ig within the 
Douglas and 


faces. For adult dolls In period 
costume must have faces that 
match. Example of the pains- 
taking attention to detail Is a 
four inch high replica of Huck 
Finn, sitting on a log with a 
fishing pole, a sling shot in 
his pocket, patches on his 
Jeans, and even a rag tied 
around one big toe! 

Apparently in this “do It 
yourself" type hobby, thou- 
sands of enthusiasts across 
the border are affiliated with 
the United Federation of Doll 
Clubs. These people of per- 
petual youth’* dress and keep 
dolls In homes and museums, 
swap and -trade, and Inci- 
dentally pay handsomely for 
rarities. 

Rarities like the wooden 
walking dgll in the collection 
of Mrs. Allan Reed of Mil- 
waukee. once * ow ned and 
dressed by novelist George 
Sand, and auctioned off last 
year in Parts by her 94 vear- 
old granddaughter bring huge 
sums. Sarah Bernhardt was 
another lover of dolls, who 
always took 17 of her favorites 
along with her on tours. 

Today, among the most- 
sought after doll heads sre 
those made In the middle of 
last century by the French- 
man. Jumeau. He u.vs about 
the first dollmaker to soil dolls 
with complete change*, of cos- 
tume, including slippers, hand- 


it stores, with 
hat we see to- 


stores on Gov* 
with tiny toys, 


Christmas Eve, 
>tng. but to ad- 
ws and to ex- 
cad of sending 


with bonbons, 
araway lands, 


e a treat at 
o squeeze for 


i n was the an- 
il er shops. The 
Goods ere and 

inson, 


usually 


illy were hung 
f. and an 18 or 
as In England, 
here were also 
suckling pigs, 


•ar on display, 
•its In Beacon 


with merry 
>n the harness 
c Bay or Fair- 


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SECOND NEWS SECTION 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, DEI EMBER 21, 1958 


NO. 10— lOlnt YEAR 


Debra , 2 yearn, left , and Susan , .1 y ears 

u ... we're busy" 


Donna, 1 1 yearn 
With boat, LieuteranMiovernor Ro*» 


Kenny, 5 yearn 
"These are all tor me 


Bobby, 4 yearn 

1 have to hurry . . . there * present* 


Rosses Fly 6,000 
To Give Orphans 


‘Wouldn’t 
Miss It 
For World 


Mar Area , Say Petitioners 

J 


Lieutenan t-Govem- 
or Frank Ross and Mrs. 

Ross made a spt^al 3.000- 
mile flight from Montreal 
to Victoria yesterday for 
their favorite party of the 
year. After the party they j 
flew bark again. 

They were host and hostess 
for the annual Christmas sea- 
son party for children from 
the Protestant Orphanage and 
"It's an aflatr we Just, couldn't 
misO the lieutenant governor 
said. 

For the second year in a 
row the "ball" was held at the 
Empress Hotel. ‘Government 
House" since the fire des- 
troyed the official residence 
| on Rockland. 

But the lieutenant governor 
told the orphanage youngsters 
"next year we wtll oil meet at 
the new Government House." 

Wearing paper hats appro- 
priate to the occasion the 
lieutenant governor and Mrs. 

Ross shared the childrens 
pleasure as the youngsters en 
Joyed festive dinner, entertain- 
ment and individual gifts. 

Only one of the children 

from orphanage missed the ® _ .... 

treat -and he is too old for a ALBERNI - Car lights b« held In St. Andrews United 
“kids’ " party anyhow. shining under the water of s church at 2 p m. Monday. 

He Is an 18 year old school- ■mall creek led to the discovery The little boy died In West 
boy who works in s downtown Friday night of the body of Coast General Hoapltai where 
I department store part time. George Matonovlch. 39. a me- j 
While the other children were ehanic who had been working 
receiving their special Christ- for Belmont Construction Ltd., 
mas presents he was helping on the BC. Power Commission 
. sell Christmas presents at the project, 
atore. // Hitt home address is M71 

A highlight of the entertain- Argyle Street. Horseshoe Ray. | 
i m ent was a magic show per- B.C. He was returning alone 
I formed hy veteran magician In a company vehicle to the 
I Frank Mcrryfleld. 79, who de- Belmont camp on Great Cm . 
i lighted the children by pro- trnl I^ike when he apparently 
ducing ■ live white rabbit missed the road and crashed 
from a silk hat 100 feet down an embankment 

Uniformed waiters hustled into the creek The car. a con- 1 
about the dining room with verted army field, ailp hula nee. 

Junior sired portions of landed on its wtteels in the 
creamed chicken, senior steed creek 

slices of Ice cream log with The dead man's roommate, 
chocolate sauce. Jellies. Christ- Finlay Fraser, of Hedley. B.C, 
mas cookies, pop and milk j lm Camarto and Gordon 
And after the dinner Santa Lovett noticed the lights of the 
paid s visit and presented vehicle as they were returning 
each child with a king size to ramp later In the evening, 
package. By an odd coincl- They found the body aub- 


against the use of the old William Head quaraniine siauon lu nuu & c 
an overflow of prisoners from British Columbia penitentiary. 

The petitioner* claim the 
prison will mar a pleasant 
residential and "tourist attract- 
ing” area. They say William 
Head is a poor site for a prison 
because It offers too ready 
a chance of escape by water 
lo the United States. 

THREE REFUNAI.H 
Tally ho operator Charles 
Gordon Argali, Lombard Drive, 
one of the promoters of the 
petition, said he had had only 
, three refusals since he began 
I circulating the petition Thurv 
| day. 

The petition was forwarded 
E. Davie 


Saanich Woman 


Death Probe 
To Continue 


MRS. LILY BYSOUTH 


1 round the Island 


Passing 


yesterday to Hon. 

Fulton, federal minister of Jus- 
tice. Another petition was sent 
lo Premier W A. C. Bennett, 
asking his support in a cam- 
paign. against using William 
Head as a prison annex. 

JOB HUNTER* 

‘The only people who re 
fused to sign the petition were 

women who thought their bus seven, and Wendy, 

hobbles are sewing - 
work! 

a bon.splel draw 
practicing for 
lournament . . 

hollering down a microphone j 
at the Gun Club * shoot . . . i 
Hon Mecredy, -303 rifleman, I 
trying his luck with clay 
pigeons and a shotgun . . . Alice 
June* looking forward to 
Christmas holidays in Kitlmat 
... K. E. Harper keeping a 
close check on food donations 
for Christmas stall . . . Gordie 
I .union t discussing his favorite 
subject - the weather . . . -lark 
Roach battling with an unruly 
tent which escaped In the wind 
. . . John Olaon sporting a new 
i straw hat. 


Mrs. IJIy Bysoufh. food con- 
sultant. explaining to a cus- 
tomer a frozen turkey must be 
thawed before cooking. I Her 
home is at 327 Slmcoe. and she 
has two daughters. Patrice, 
five. Her 
and house- 
Jack Mote busy with 
. . len HobMs 
i bowling 
Kill Johnson, 


HOPE BAY - Sanla Claus ar 
rived by sea here yesterday 
aboard the vessel Discovery 
from Bellingham lo the de- 
light of Pender Island young- 
sters to whom he delivered 
treats. 

The visit, sponsored by the 
Bellingham Junior Chamber 
of Commerce and the Belling- 
ham Sea Cadet*, is the third 
annual goodwill Christmas 
visit to these pari*. The vessel 
also visited Mayne Island. 

The Discovery is commanded 
hy Capt Don Wight and be- 
sides Sanla. visiting Jsycees 
and sea cadet* were aboard. 


bands might get jobs in the 
prison," Mr. Argali said. Text 
of the petition, in part. Is: 

“We . . . wish to protest the 
decision to u*e the quarantine 
station a* an overflow prison. 

This announcement has come 
ss a shock to the residents of 
the ares, who have long hoped 
that If the quarantine station 
were no longer lo function as 
such, some use might be found 
to make the property an asset 
to the community. 

HARD TO IMAGINE 
“It Is hard to Imagine » 
more unsatisfactory use for 
such a desirable aite. We 
realize that there must he 
prisons, but we do not con- 
sider it advisable that prisons 
should be located In a fast- 
| developing residential and 
tourist -attracting community. 

"It also seems inadvisable 
that a location should be 
1 chosen where an escape by 
water to the United State* 
would be such s simple mat 
| ter. 

SEEMS INAPPROPRIATE 
", . . Three of the best pub- 
lic beaches in the area are 
located but a few miles from 
the quarantine station. Above 
all It seems Inappropriate 
that thoae who are being pun 
(shed for law breaking should 
be Incarcerated In one of the 
■ I moat pleasant and equable 
i places in the country." 

The petition suggested that 
. | William Head would be a good 
i sRe for a ronv*Jrac*nt hospt 
m tal or • collage 
I 1 Nine B-C Penitentiary staff 
| Instructors arrived at WUUam 
- Heart recently to begin con 
t I verting part of the olrt qua ran 
[ tine station Inta • barracks ron will 
tor "mortal prisoners." 1 Jan. Ik 


PORT ALBERNI- At least 
two couples will be home for 
Christmas in the newly built 
senior citizen*' housing project ward Hlggett 
her** Haggens. of V 

Delay In delivery of materi- guilty In polic 
sis has held up completion of obtaining mor 
the home* Contractors are Oliver. B.C , I 
watting for arrival of hot worthless eheq 
water tanks, but. even If they Accused is 
have not been Installed hy here on thre* 


Pant or Condemns R itnessen 


Officers 
To Wait 

At Tables Education Group 

The tables wlU be turned To Visit Island 


A Victoria pastor yesterday i 
condemned the Jehovah's Wit- 
nesses for thetr practice of re 
fusing blood transfusions to 
seriously ill sect members 

Rev. R. B. S. Toma of the 
Evangelistic Temple referred 
to the recent case of Lori 
Lynn Campbell of Toronto, 
a blue baby" who was made 
temporary ward of Toronto's 
children's aid society after her 
parents disallowed lifesaving 

transfusions. 

•If we listened to every fan 
stir that came along, there 
would be no end to It," he said 

i*There are *o many fanatic* 
'•nd cults around nowadays.” 

He said he felt the refusal 
•t transfusion* was “abaolute- 


LADYSMmi — Ladysmith 
Little Theatre will present s 
three-act play "By Hand Un- 
known." a* a feature presents' 
Hon at the grand opening of 
the auditorium In the Lady- 
smith Community Hall toward 
the end of January. 


NANAIMO — A wild chaae 
ended In polk* court here Sat- 


NANAIMO "Woman of the 
ye*r“ in Nanslmo I* Mrs Mar- 
garet Davlrt*on. president of 
Nanaimo branch of the BC 
Retarded Childrens Associa- 
tion. 

ghe wtll receive a plaque 
in c^mmemoratkiri nf her 
achievement from Mayor Pete 
Maffao In City hall Monday, 







A .ut.tkl v 


Furniture 


HOME 


COMPANY 


825 FORT ST. (Above Blanshard St.) 


H unter -Heryet 

Christmas Sets Scene 
At St. John’s Rite 


20 Batin (Colonial Vktsrk, B.C., S«-. Dec. 2t, ItSS 


ERSONAL 
A /TENTION 


4 ful while carnation# Flower 
girl was Karen Greig. 

Best man was Mr. Dennis 
Readings, brother of the 
groom and Mr. David (.ray 


left on a trip to San Fran 
cisco, the bride wearing a gift 
from the groom- a fur Jacket. 


St. John's Anglican Church, 
festively decorated tn a 
Chlrstma# motif was the 
scene of a ceremony which 
yesterday united In marriage 


Plan 

holiday 

are Mr. 


:i Christmas with 


St. Mary’s Anglican 


make their home in Vancou 


Saanlchton. was the scene of i 
a pretty Christmas wedding ■ 
on Friday evening when Miss | 
Anne Heal, daughter of 
Central Saanich fire chief Mr. 
Victor Heal and Mrs. Heal, 
became the bride of Robert 
James Readings, son of Mr. 1 
and Mrs. Ben Readings of 
Bazan Bay Road. 

For the ceremony perform 
ed by the rector. Rex Mr. 
O. L. Foster, the church was 
l” n * filled with holly and chrysan 
J them urns. 

■nted i Entering the church on the 
and arm of her father, the dark | 
haired bride was charming in 
held a w h|te ballerina length gown 
the f tyled along princess lines. 
red Made of lace o-rr taffeta. t« 
arna ‘ 1 had a scalloped scoop neck- 
line and three quarter sleeve*, 
and i The maid • of-honor. Miss 
were Carol Greenhalgh, and the 
'wned bride's cousin Miss Norma 
sa,ln Marshall chose similarly 
tunds. gty|pd gown* of taffeta in blue 
lating ar ; d in plnk Both wor e floral 
headdresses and carried pink 


The Rev and Mrs. Angua Cameron, of L-unoavra ™ 
left St Peter's Church. Comox and are now living at St. M 
thiaa Rectory, 1737 Fairfield Road, where Mr Cameron la 

Cwn*ron'» fathn. Col. EM Cjme™ ^ 
davra, CMG. DSO. St. J.. died last Sunday and his son U now 
the eleventh Chieftain of Lundavrm. 

cf Stewart 127 Howe Street, will leave today for 
spend the holiday season with her son- 
and Mrs. Colin Stewart 

I Anthony Whlttlngham. will 
with their parents, Mr. and 


Harold Heryet. Blackwood I 
Street and the son of Mr. and 
Mis. William Gordon Hunter. 
Arcadia Street. 

Given In marriage by her 
father, the charming bride 
chose a bridal gown of em- 
broidered brocade with a full- 
length skirt. The basque 
I bodice was styled with scal- 
loped neckline and I 
sleeves and the skirt had a 


MV. RUNG8HOLM 
LUXURY LINKS TO 


Mrs. C. 

Calgary where she will 
In law and daughter. Mr 

Students from UBC Brian and 
bn home for Christmas holidays ’ 

Mrs. A- S. Whlttlngham. Prior Street. 

* a * 

..w-w -rrs: spsssms 

prior to the dance when their g lies ts will be Mr *nd Mrs. JkK I 
Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wright. Mr and Mrs. AUn Wright. ( 
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Colquohon. Dr. and Mrs. David Philip nd ( 

Mr. and Mrs. Ken RavenhUl. M . | 

Mr and Mrs. W P Bowden have Invited Mr- and I Mix A. 

V R Agar. Mr and Mrs. J. R. C Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. 
H. R Stephen to their Llnkleas Avenue home prior Jotlw 
dance and Dr and Mrs. H. Maitland Young will alao Uke a 

P>r, M^.w2r m . pnrly wlU Ml- 
of Vanncouver. Miss Sally Simpson. ^ Susan March Mr. 
..ordon Green. Mr. Hamlah Simpson and Mr AUn Smith. 

Also going together will be Mia* t»a!l Manning. Mias 
Margot Thompson. Mis* Jacqueline Butt. Mr. Dick Fraser. 
Mr. John Manning. Mr. Jim Lister andJ^r^nTTiomjoa 
Mr and Mrs Rene Dufleit. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hughes. 
Mr Brian Crane and Mr. Jeremy Watney. the latter two c< 

Ing from Vancouver will also attend. 

* a * I 

Mr. and Mrs James Memton wlU come from P*t***J» 
to spend the festive season with the former a | ^atrn le . Major 
and Mrs. W Merston. Beach Drive. A member of the Bank 
of Montreal at Oaoyooa, Mr. Meniton was recently 
to Penttcinn. Mrs. Merston Is the former Miss Iaobel Jones 
of this city ^ ^ 

Miss Rosemarie Maloney, of Calgary. * *** nd ‘ n « ^ 

• weeka' holiday at the home of her parenta. Mr. and Mrs. J. 
D. Maloney. 2705 Prior Street ^ 

Brig and Mrs. F. N # Cabeldu. Towner Park wUl have as 
guests ov*r Christmas and the holidays. Brig Cabeldui 

* Mrs F M Cabeldu. of Vancouver, and their daugh- 

England. Mr. John Boyle of Str.t- 
ford-on Avon. Mr. Boyle arrives from overseas today. 

* * * 

Mr and Mrs. P. D. Crofton and three children of the C*aa 

Linda Motel will go to Ganges to spend Christmas with other 
members of the Crofton family at Harbor House. They wM 
then motor to Salmon Arm to spend the ^^earwUh Mrs. 

hmihrr in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. K. resen. 


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prize but this year it will be at< 
the most unusual, or In other _ 
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the most comment. ■ 

A new record ha* been aet ■ 
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with a total of 67 on the list. 

The start will be at 9 o'clock J 
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Mr. and Mrs. H. Lauoer , 
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a * * 

Friend* in Victoria will be 
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marriage of Jlllyann Mary 
Barclay, daughter of L_ 
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lo Mr. Patrick Sean Nagle. U 
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with Ian and Ann, have arrived I 
from Prince George. B.C., to I 
spend the holiday* with their I 
parent*. Mr. and Mr*. C O. I 
Bodman. Glen Lake and Mr. 1 
and Mr* G. F. Ro*e, H62 I 
Fairfield Road | 

Group Capt and Mr* E A 1 
McGowan. 319 Irving Roa 

will have their two son* home I 
for the Chrlatmas holidays 
Cadet Stewart McGowan will I 
come from Royal Military Col 
lege. Kingston, and Cadet Ken I 
McGowan will come from Col I 
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Quebec 

* ♦ * 

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Vancouver, will arrive In Vic- 
toria Christmaa Eve to spend 
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* * * 

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attending Edinburgh Untver 
slty. has arrived by plane to 
spend the Christmaa vacation 
with hi# parents, Mr. and Mrs 
J L. Forrester. Windsor Road 
He will return to Scotland 
early tn January. 


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recently •njoyed a Christmas party at their meeting placa on 
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All dressed up in pyjamas, the Colquitz play group acts out 
“ Twas the Night Before Christmas” read by Mrs. E. M. Hender- 
son as several liva “toys” stand near a colorful tree. The youngsters 


Using old Christmas cards David Crockatt and Rosalind Simpson 
make colorful lanterns for their Christmas party next week. 
Both children are members of Peter Pan Play Group that meets 
on Cloverdale Avenue with teacher Mrs. P. Frankson. 


Christmas and children! Like salt and pepper, the two should 
never be separated. 

Four days from now, on Vancouver Island, across Canada and 
over the world, millions of youngsters will rub the sleep and star- 
dust out of their eyes at a very early hour, pull on their dressing 
gowns and rush pell mell downstairs to see what toys and presents 
have been left under trees, in wooden shoes, in stockings or hidden 
around the room. 

In the public and high schools of the country, students are pre- 
paring room decorations, presents for family and friends and Christ- 
mas class parties. 

The little pre-schoolers have also made big plans for the holidays. 

In the South Vancouver Island area, there are 12 large and small 
co-operative play groups each with an enrolment of children from 
three to five years of age although ages are usually grouped as three 
to four years and four and five-year-olds. 

The play groups are Colquitz, Cordova Bay, Elk Lake, Gosworth, 
Humpty-Dumpty, Peter Pan. St. Luke’s, St. Matthias (which is split 
into morning and afternoon groups being the largest). Shawnigan 
Lake, Jordan River and Royal Oak. 

During the last two weeks each group has been working on dec- 
orations, little plays and illustrated stories to bring the meaning of 
the season into their hearts. 

To climax the fun they’ve been having, each group will enjoy a 
Christmas party with cookies and cake and all the “sugar plums” 
they can eat. 

(Colonist photo* by Bud Kinsman and Jim Ryan) 


Lukey; Bruce Galt. Patsy Holding. Michael Clapp, 
Bruce Smith, Duncan Fraser and Paul Switzer. 
Vivian Rich as Mary is watched by the three Wise 
Men, Peter Smith, David Parkes and Chris Foster. 


Tinsel, tea towels and tinfoil were used in the 
wardrobe of this simple, beautiful little nativity 
play put on by the Humpty-Dumpty play group as 
the children act out the story. The three angels 
left are Anne Murphy, Rhonda Cambrey, Debbie 


Watts, Craig Curry, and Kathy Straight Front row 
is Dandy Johnson, Wally Mackie, Louise Foater. 
Kathleen Meadows and David Ragg. 


Visions of sugar plums are dancing in these nine 
little heads as play group teacher Violet Guy reads 
a Christmas tale to her charge* at St. Luke's. 
From left to right, back, are Steven O’Neil, Mark 


play group are planning a little danee around Frosty 
as part of their Christ mas party celebration* 


A bashful Frosty the Snowman is helped on with 
“hio” Hat by Pamela Stanford Frosty is really 
Ann Mills and these children of the St- Matthias 


group from left to right, Gayle Hartfield. 
Richard Jones, Ricky Clarke. David 
Stringer and Beverly Powell in front. 


Getting a head staid on New Years with 
“Ring out the Old, Ring in the New" is thi* 
email rhythm band from tht Peter Pan 




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A group of high school girls 
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1 of Dancing did an old fashioned 
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■ar Ann Three and a hall oil her dad to keep her luur 

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Nativity. 

• How can those youngsiers 
learn to sing without being 
able to hear the music’’" one 
o| the Jane Brook* teachers 
was asked. 


It wax the annual Christmas 
program presented Friday 
night by students in the Jane 
Brooks School lor the Deal. 

Thera were nearly kO young 
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school age. performing as if 
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had learned their songs and 
lines like norma! children. 

Mistakes were no more than 
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Thanks for a Good Time 

Protocol or not., eight-year-old John knew that 
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happy to speak to Mrs. Frank M. Ross, wife of the 
Lieutenant-Governor at the annual Christmas party 
for children from the Protestant Orphanage.— 
(Colonist photo.) 


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Some hall of the 19th century was 
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llnue versify Women's Club of Vie- 
I oul tons by Dr. Douglas Leech- 
man. 

Until his retirement. Dr 
Leechman was anthropologist , 
with the National Museum of 
C anada, and recently directed 
• pi? *he refurnishing of ihe replica 1 
1 the °l* ol< l Fort Langley, built for 
ihcv centennial year, 
don't HI* topic was James Murray 
ts7_ Yale, in charge qf Fori Lang- 
ley for nearly 30 year* from 
JH2H and who. because of his 
their small statute, was known as 
i gars "Le Pent” or "Little Yale” all 
'em his days. 

base- The S p,. r -ig(. r wax Introduced 
,n by Mis* Muriel I^aing and 
tome. ||, an kpd by Ihe president. Mrs. 
V ^ C. D. .'stork dill. It was an- 
>h|pm nounce( j that the club will 
lk,n *' sponsor a performance of the 
noW Theatre Guild play. The 
Matchmaker." in January. 


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nlng, Joigen Baess. called on 
speakers Les Salmon. Doug 
Smith. Bill Scott. Jim Me- 
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The evening ended with 
Santa Claus. Ernie Langston, 
distributing Christmas gifts to 
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president, Mrs. Brian Good 
win; first vice president. Mr*. 
H. George; second vlreprenl 
dent. Mrs Ray Harris; sor- 
rel ary treasurer. Mrs. R A 
Douglas; Sergeant - at • Arm*. 
Mr* Fred Jenkins; executive 
council. Mr* Wm. Cooke. Mrs 
Jack Jameson and Mis. Leo 
Dowler. 


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The ladles were guests of 
hnnor at the recent Thunder 
bird No. 398 Toastmasters 
Club Chnstma* party held in 
the James Bay Hotel. 

Table topics were conducted 
by Erie Colmer as the "Great 
Zamhe/I of the Taj Mahal 
Toastmasters Club" who put 


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present received by the prin- 
ce** on her 18th birthday this 
year. It wu given to her by 
Danish farmers 
Nordgarden. a* It la called. 


rs> — in November, the tall, fair* 
»r-old haired prince** acted a* regent. 

She performed her public 
1# ' U duties, including the launching 
■* re ‘ of a new ferryboat for use on 
royal the service to Sweden, with 
nown t h t vivacious charm that 
Danes liave come to expect of 


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miles from Copenhagen and is 


During the absence of King 
Frederick and Queen Ingrid 
on a two week vacation in Italy 


life ts not one long whirl of 
dances and parties. She loves 
to be out of doors. And now 
one of her most abaorbtng in- 
terests la to be "down on the 
farm"— her own farm— In the 
agricultural heart of Zealand, 
easternmost of Denmark"* 
island*, on which the capital 
stands. 

The farm, complete with live- 
stock, was among many 


quite close to a former royal 
residence. 

Although the crown once 
possessed about 40 per cent of 
all land In Denmark, no 
sovcrlgn alnce Frederick VII 
1 1848-63) has personally owned 
• farm. 

Life on a farm ault* the 
princes*, who always has been 
noted for her good health and 
out-of-doors Interests. She 
loves swimming, and is still an 
excellent long distance runner, 
n sport at which she excelled 
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Club’s annual turkey shoot, spon- 
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is 11. Sheila Is nine. — (Colonist 

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Enthusiastic shooters-to-bc. Carolyn 
Brown and Sheila Dunn are thrilled 
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She was Mrs. Irene Roach, 
mother of three, and a big 
winner at last week a shoot at 
Coldstream, where she won a 
fat lurkey. 

As for myself, surprised I 
came away with one turkey 
and one very sore shoulder. 


By EILEEN LEA BO YD 

The rain, the smell of gun 
smoke and the repeating cry 
of “pull” echoed back and 
forth against a wall of ocean 
winds yesterday at the Victoria 
Gun Club. 

It was the Colonist spon- 
sored annual turkey ahooL 

Looking for the “woman's 
angle'" proved an odd assign- 
ment, because while there 
appeared to be 300 men hold 
Ing smoking firearms, the 
women were all In hiding. 

However. I did find nine- 
year-old Sheila Dunn. 


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My next victim was Miss 
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Mr. and Mrs. Herb Brown. 
Beach Drive She ts 11 and 
she was looking very smart 
In a red hooded coat. 

"I am crazy about shooting." 
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an air rifle and also my dad's I 
hunting gun. When I grow up 
I'm going to be a shooter, too.” 

Just about this time the 
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forced to get all wet trying 
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Egypt I* lane 
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LINCOLN. Neb. (t'PI)— 
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sentenced yesterday to life 
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reformatory for women for 
aiding BIW slayer Char lea 
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JERUSALEM, Israel <Reu 
tent) — An Israeli aircraft 
shot down an Egyptian 
plane yesterday in an air 
battle St ,t00 feet above the 
border between the two 


NICOSIA. Cyprua ‘Reuters) 
—Governor Sir Hugh Foot haa 
appealed to the people of Cy 
prua to help rid the island 
from "the curse of violence" 


The airmen were dilvlng a to hear this morning of the 
truck loaded with Christmas murder of two RAF men kill- 
provision, 10 . lonely RAF ... „ mlIW n „ rlhcut 

tlon in eastern Cyprus. The f 


mine exploded when the truck P<* nin8ul * 
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lusk found on the west roast *®W. 

of Vancouver Island, has never 

heap found In large quantities Immigrants arrived since the 
here, he said, but it has been Second World War make up 
increasing In numbers In the 2'y per cent of Sweden's popu- 
pa.st few years. 


A few hours before he spoke that last Wednesday he 


spokesman announced here. 

He tald the plane waa 
neen falling over Egyptian 
territory. 


Negroes began a pre-Chrisl 


Friday. Stark weal her'* ap- 
peal waa refused and hla 
execution waa set for Good 
Friday. March SI. 


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broadcast. two British airmen , Greek Cyprlols at the last min- lown department stores Friday 
were killed by a mine — the utr to life imprisonment. night. protecting that they 

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ha lie Me f X r»m .nterll m uf Any 

■dveriuemei* beyew 'he ARKAini 
•a l f .r evN aiivrrtltemeni 

Ml claim* ur rr-i l« ouiaicaOiev 
•n* i i« mad* a’liui U hwr* 
Ihareaf'er arvd II nn« m*da ahail 
B0> a r r.mlered Nil claim »11l 
be all.aved Inf mof# man vh* in- 
we i i nver non rvc for ert"' • w* 
a/fer'ing -a# valu# of Hk advef 
UeenitnT 

All advert Wing aw «"U re eun 

f a W )!>• approval ■< 'h* “Id • a 

««• Ld «*»vv >r*»rv» Ihe rt|N 

la lia e-.e diairail «i Is 1 *»uly 
r*yec or inaert rupy mmiM>ed 


IIOUBBCLBANINO 
Phone «V MW 


HOUSEWORK 


esouimalt lions 

BINGO 


WOOD and sawdust 

Onoortuai^vai^euj Or viand • 

BLOCKS AND LARGE 
SLABS 

Trucked from up lal*n d. 

U“ leng'.ha 

2 Vi Cords .... 12 00 
2 Cords 1 1 00 

THICK BARK 
2Va Cords 17.00 

EXTRA SPECIAL ON 
2-3-FT. WOOD 
6 00 


WANTED 


ti*d asm: durlat 

ADVEBT1B1WO 


SAVE ON 

COAL 


Boilermakers' Hall 
802 Esquimalt Rd. 

MOKDAV Dee JIMD . • 

Admlulan II M 

II Okmei and Jack Pal Oama 

JACK POT IU* 

EXTRA CARD# loe 
OOOD PH17.SB 
TURKrYB 

All Proceed* Liana Chart Ilea 


tmurbday nec :»th 

COLON 1BT 


POP* On CW'-*™‘‘T, r , 

i hr rellden * 1*»» l 

Merv Ann P-’n* •*' 
«H* leava* * da>v*ht« 
fooe al’.li la'voin 


Douqlos St. 


Yesta Nut $i6 00 

Yesta Cobble SI 8.35 

Vesta Lump $19.35 

WALTER WALKER 


SATURDAY. 


BALLAM iRAWUNGS 

LIMIT LU 
VlHu K 

PLUMB IN l» A\il HtATINO 
CSNTK' 
prumpt Servie* 

Rfnair*. Rerrv OeUnc Nev* Muwr* 
POO' W AST f , DISPOSER 

cpECIALISTy 

DOUU’Jk' ST At ROUNDABOUT 
Phone EVA. Ml 


Clleaiah* Rd anyitm * . 

RKLIABLK BABY -31TT1RB MAR1- 
gold OR»MM _ 

PARK F'OH CHILDREN NEW 
Year * Eve mv OBT-SMA 


4 PM. DEC. 24TH 


Regular e**oi 
R ( . °° bt phoned in 

vanl On' for Cohynie' 

l*eMv>ed hour* orOkU 


Applv^to 

Superintendent, 

Pacihc Naval 
Laboratory, 
Esquimolt, B.C. 


Canada r*v'**enialive 
inn 4 Co.. II TdfdBU 
mio Oait 


DIPLOMAT LUMP r*3S: DIP^ 
|.«mal eg* tl* *> Aiau Waner 

CAMERON ArTtVK fl'ElJ I.TO 


2 Cords 

SPLIT WOOD 

OaM mr *'|. nao •Lner 

2 VS Cords 12 00 

PLANER ENDS 

1 Cord .$6 50 

2 Cords .-..$12.06 


tffDEPENDEKT 


W C R'dfr. 


BIKTIIH 


Must be 

Canadian citizen 


I. ti evenng .lllrt.ee. tank 
. bkiemenie. alw hacn-filHog 
bulldotm* Oravdl *nd eoil 
ing done Pie* evimate* 
,* OR 1-7*1* L Yo'jng 

.LDOZ1NO \N D CLEARING 
-grading ami backfilling The 
i machine f«r every loh 
JOHN D K18I1INOBK JR 

KV 1 JM7 Ni*h<* 


■n purl land Oregaa 

rral **rv'f* •" MAW 

i an Monday D*< •* 

Cremal.dn 'Ha n*wr. 
t , BuivdmatS oar* in « 
I tiaoel ' 


1 > MX. HAM B»<n In ’ 
>!< • C 'j Cunnir-ghait 1 . 3 
t'.eani Kd . RK I. vv. ■ 
ire R..»al -lllWlre M'RI 
IV *m.« II I 1 *'*' '»« 

terry Jarne* * ih* J ■ 
tun OlmnmreA I ire 
H ...*,* |.w UM» •«-! 

I Unix >r. Oi HuHam anil 
uhl ee H ^c.'al 


20 LOST and FOlTNI) 


XMAS SPECIAL 
NO. 1 FIR 

MOSTLY WrT " 

13" LBSUTHS, EASY Trt SPUSi 
ABSnUTELY NO CEDAJL 
GOOD KOR AI L AROl vD I. St 

I CORD $500 

2/i CORDS $10 00 
3 CORDS ~$U. 75 


iartaOh. >H TM- 

U«M SB! KUk-n 

.•I >T| Murray 

. M tl«7 
AlraMlwelgv. tfl* 
1, Mr* J Livga'i 


LADY* CLOTHING 


EXPERIENCED. CAPABLE COOK 
yyilh jjleeeanl pel •nnelli) f**r rem-ne 
high gi*de iHiiihern HC lienmg 
lulu . eirrvng >e «elH'>'ld AnverF 
r*n» muaify Calll-.riUdhi. ' *u*iiy 
s iu In gurei* Mali 1- B.rad a 
vnuel Sra.m le'f May In rn.l (Me- 
ier RaeU'hU 1 i .Ulviry wlha'AIPlAl 
gieiul'ie* Detail »>mi eupdrleacA 
Vl'"v>a Pfe**- 0**' l^d 


WILKINSON mULLvn 

New wurtu repair*. Ire* 
ie«0 Myrtle P EV 

ROCK BLA ATINO 

ITART ROCK DRtLUNO 
•ting Pevtment breaking 
and reliable eervle* 
line tele* Phone Cot till 


IDEAL FUEL CO LTD 

IV 1«*J1 lit David il IY I JU 


arrelce. 

eellmatea 


eifT^reef 


IV J-M75 D**r 

SOUTHWELL % HENiUR 


- nun LADY'S 

THB CHRIYTMA 5 (orner ol 

« Virt-11* and IN* . w Bl ,k, gel 
C anadiep Uiebe ic , KrWftl B ofleted 
drewn nn l>**-em. , a-»7U 

l Mr 5 W oreerv 1 
3 Mr* C. K Hull, LOST LADY S 

A Wathmgfrei >*> w.ili'h link y'* r *. 
Wm vjonisooiety iwiwren 
S T- Turner. 10dt Urrunaiv 
l Lund SIM C«d- 
r i Mv Kinn.-v. SM 

r Mt’Caoiey RR 

1 M Kir her PH 
in P Siramkin* 


itiinalaa- 


BA.MM Br.rtb In 
Hamm i»dfl f 
Royal Juhllee 
lU,y» a de"g. 
Tlwni.* tn lit 
•'.aft 


hu*UoA 
al«'> f * 
al erali. 


UP-ISLAND DRYLAND 
FIR WOOD SALE 
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY 

N4 1 Dnugls* fir Ihir* oark elaba 
tm »rd with In.lde ttocka 

2 Vi CORDS $12 00 

SPECIAL BONE DR if 
FIR WOOD SALE 
HAND PICKED 

1 Cord $8 00 

2 Cords - $‘4 00 


CA*PKNT EBP 


GOLD 


BUILD RET AIR AHYTBWO AL- Bill 
trraf ion* flnlahlng. cabinel *ork 
ruundei ion* levelled lackrd uo r«- 
pa.reii Hour or coiuraei _BV l-«««< la i 

IIEP A IRA. ALTERA ■ BU.IMJE t 
n iteira. tile and Lll 7 3*V 
Plitell. *V J l«*7 Riyorl* 

STEPS TOP 

Koeclai l*re rale* «n 4 ; LITERS 


DITCHES. 


Dry Shavings 

2 UNITS $6 00 

Fir Sawdust 

DOUBLE JW.1tF.KXCn KHOM 

plumper hay Sawmills 
2 UNITS bv blower $12 
2 UNITS bv bulk ...$8 

AGRICULTURAL 

SAWDUST 

2 UNITS .. -. $6 00 

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS OX 
LARGER QUANTITIES 

BONE-DRY 
FIR MILLWOOD 

Hend loaded '» eliminate all *•»■ 
duel end nihhlah 17' lancih*. 

I I Cord $8 50 

2 Cords ... $16 00 


IN MEMORIAL! 


ri duii 7 nVonllu eld Po-' r. la hie re.' w.g-be. who IK**-* CARPENTER 

Dundai De< I Kewetd full »»l uf book. Hood *ur*lo* t 1Ppl KV 

•• * .vrrt. vynlloUUtl 

' — MBA *«' CAHI ft* rtD li.r.a*ve 

PAIR 7XMI .gpenrnr* and referenre* in oan H uviUUANK CARPET A .: 

id dutrlti ** on ^*L.. 0 ’ hand* I'Hng Vieloria P»e-.* Bo* ~ u .,j jiatallad. Eaim 

OR I1M* «?1 « nil ^ 7is Panvlo.^ E V MM. 

IHliWN LEATHER WALLET DOOKKtrPK i( and ACCOUNT- y u fDOOR CKRTRI* *-TD. *1 

"* ""' ,r, .^"rvVslie only Umw fully BuaUfM "'"d u - 

lenity heeded KV l-»dia, e 0P „ pennanenl poalilon * Ith all 

benefll* Apn'o Na- 
nmenl Swrirr Order 
101* Johneon 


Van- 

1Mb 

LOOK COACH LINES MYSTERY 


DOWN PIPES 


REPAIRED 

EV 3-3915 

MODEL SHEt/l *»LJAL 
BHB DOUGLAS fIRKET 


* Bating Da • Dec M 
,, gir-cMdlUned tamforl. 

relaaing drlee ihraugh 
Hir* Bioo free l»a Thv* 
HQtine Day myrterr Dip 
>.*4 h Line* Kefnil I M » » . 
y >a pm Arfummoda’ion 
1*4 »• puffha*e your 

ii, edteoc* Atlull# II AT 
ggr tv » Ui l 


•CrtlMlUT R 


maij: hei.p 

WANTED 


fARMER CONSTRLCnoN LTD- RRST 

.STEEP CONCRETE WORK , 

BLASTING SEWERS AND 
'ETC PHONE EV *41511. 

lAJUNTEED CfeMENT WnRE. 

*M..« Men* walk*, naaemmu 

Una lea <'.it MB BV MB! 

h A YANDEHBYL CKMBRT AND j 

lare .ee. i 111* ogrll afire IrtWIO# 

OHMX L KV *-«m 

CHIMNEY REPAIRING 

~\s YOUR CHIMNEY' I 
A FIRE HAZARD? 

I If *0 Now l» the Time 

j 10 Have H R'paJred 

All Type* of Meeonry Work 
Pree E*lima<e*— Term* 

H A (Sandy) Ormiston 

W* Take Ad' auiage nf No me 

rtMMM EV *-«7T7 


cu, 

YOUNO LADY EXPERIENCED IN 
land reguiry work. proce**ing DRAINS 
real eeute eale* end morlgeg'* 
document* and ifPlng A»MV gi»- 
in> full partieular* lo Vii'lona X 


Island Fuel Supply Co. 


engagements 


• -1 t- 
Hvimn* 


SAWDUST 


AND 


VICTORIA HOD* 1 Nl. - - . 
INSULATION COMPANY 
*17 hUKI 

7SH EVUHMUB KV ♦ 


SM'RL - In lw»)"g 


DOl'BLK-BCRCBMBU tAWPUBY 
CUT* PROM DRYLAND LOUE. 

100% Citaraa PTr Bewdual 
fwioeied by Wiwer in 7 
iumi rtiig. by **»* 7S unit Pda. 
kill vi ait 1 m* o. a* whii* ire M're* 
are wrr All 0»ir Inark* are r'c* 
merit aumiied. 

U IMA ae *d v«» i red. m"t>ef 

refnntfad. 

Hew* re uf M»ml"rk- 
ONEDAt DELIVERY. 


aNNOORCEB TOP Salary 


rmarj 


•r. mat RM TU WOMAN POR 1 OB 
in 7 Haul eanlrgy Ev«i OK » 

WANTV-l . 'WM4V Pt dr HOUSE 


M A-r* i 

Sewer and Septic Tank 
Service 

victurta. GR » an ra/kavilla. ac 


— - di'mivg uf ruuiyamni remal 

in* jtiu* a numrer ><* year* *V 
U> iRiirwv i" gav ilmvivg ivrwfrrahly 'm 
deal a laice r-rtate • rre e«n|iloyee lew 
lAfl live 'PI II.- g'.e'Urt* "• • le-yge 
on# wiiM-h lit W iver rmutOi I* charged 
y , ,r uirth. r ihf.arneiUrh and ai'Wl- 
rall'ty form* apidy l« Hi* fberr 

nan CI»H Vrvlre OWimieaPm, 
Pamampp. R*"Umg. Ml M" M»n 
*rrv\ VM..rm_ lie MIT LA^H 


ran ty«paZ __ 
PHONE OAY AND NIGHT 

4-2452 EV 5-1812 


DAWMNARlTUm* - Mm 
h*rh I A DawAMM ImT 


WAfTREBB WANTED APPLY 
Oilman a Grill. »M tilai 


27 TEACKEKS WANTED 


| PIC PHONING SPRAY 

in and lhada "eea irrea 

Chemical •paring tru.h. 
Cha* A Cume, Ti re 
1 *Ore«ireei and In 

MET*; RV MW 


n HADASRAH BRIDE DOI.I. 
» Mr* j tm* • I"” 

Hill Rrl IP kd N'k l» 
liv Mi* LM . Muitav Anlrr 


DHILLON FUEL 


WOOD — WOOD 

DRYLAND FIR BLOCKS 
AND SLABS 

13 INCH LENGTH 

Guarani fed a.i pH and n«aa 

2‘ . CORDS $> l 95 

5 CORDS $23 50 

SPLIT WOOD 

2*/» CORDS ... — $ 1* 95 
5 ‘ CORDS $23 50 

I TWO DAYS ONLY 


rtwrgmvi 


Surge-n* 
mliatfE 

HAVB~YOUH TRBI8 EXPEKTLY 

and aafely (doped r*m°»'d. 

MlASuNKY pruned and 


Former Construction 

Ra —lr Uepartmeni EV *4»U 
Pr umd rerrlc- 


THB LEAGUE OT KOSEB -I 
end Vm k • i Clirielmee drew 
nina number* mere •• 7* 

»1J *T0 lira* 10T7 1J5J l** 1 

AVAII.AHI.F.' »*OR CHRI! 
enlprtninniew. Dapper Dai 
, ... i ad •«'<• ► fee 

KV I 33** _ 

EANOURTB KECEPTIO 
Pri.al# Part me 
JAM Erl BAY, HOTEL 
pnone EV 


28 SITUATIONS WANTED 
MALE 


Fl'NEltAli 

DIRECTORS 


ORDER NOW! 

E11.N DRY UNDLl NO 
|I0 I'D . Bl* H» <-UB 

„ ^“.iTfi! cn* 

MC nf BABEkiENT B»°‘ 

Horknett Fuel Ltd 

717 PANDORA PHONE rv » 


HOME REPAIRS AND 
WOtlh Ul ANY NATURE KAl rrei 

POR NEEDY MEN NALUl CONbTRUCIluR EV *-404. pnl 

DN ARMY EkEAPIU INSTRUCTION CO. HEST mg 
hume. M'«r rwaaunahl# naranfre Cbl 

fAOW. CVJ4EI4. I 

ION WASTED HY „/.-•*• "rkpaiha GUTTERS. CE- — 

S- ••"»* "" 14 

. i r.lnr'iy.i' or aCMK DEODHATUM SM *'-L “ 

crviabm *•"! *•>' »- nair« aiiaccu. plaMermg EV Min J7 


rla Jed Haled 

Urw.r *lAP4ing 


1 .ri'ieo * »r • W |. ••* Hvm. eMrerw 
nnlkl Vailed Church, u, Tlkiupdl'il 


MUST 

end 

Preee, 


WANTED 


CARPENTYN 
knew building 
framing eauar* 


S^NDS 


DRAT113 


Mr iHTVARY LIMITED 

uekai Cha pm 'd CM 

. «i Nurill Pay* 
la BL *V 


MAN WITH HOOK K I 
perlem-e aMe In m— ' 

WORRIED’ £££ rVWiK'K 

Lya wurld-famoua l«*"' m 
j-357f a a m UH ' EXPERIENCED TV 
requPed. Wrl|e Chi 


CRkOO In Yblwrl* nn Deremher 
II i eta Aunre Cr#a«. aged »7 
yeer* al 1*10 R<lh| Pred • 
i*. Idas' here *ln<'» III*. Ia f - 
meri» of r»an.burgh All* 8»i* 
laser* her huebtnd. W"Y Thrtmaa 
Cr*go and • Eaughier. Mer* 
Arm# a-. lh* r* Idrrw' her 
. na rent*. Mr and Mr* T Ma*»pg 
a( RvmUMI'aTL AH* . iO'»F 
HM'kn Hi***. Mm Oinnj 


HY SLAVE WITH W**ND* 

,.t A‘. Al-BBRTA WOTttM 

DIPLOMAT COAL 

g« in 111 7k r ,n egg. 

\ lump. I : w 75 Rage kmdl.ng. 


OPTRATCin job Wrlle 

r Engineer, Millh 

"ubs 7«e da- HAV , VOUB 

— and aaf*lr 

OARDENBR »: until *n>1 i 


SANDS 


V.L YLrXlH CENTRE. LTD TREE 

eetlmalea EV H1IL 

inn ruklil 1.7) LTD.. ►tUOH 
laemi Mindln*. TMiahing * re* well 

' 

. ■ "• 

l .annl 1* f|i*it * k*re#» 


PHTklOTNERAPY 


BUY N»»W AND SAVE. 

1.1 refund it" .ne • if not a • 


M4B, 


CHRIST MAh DKCOHATIN 


ft MAl.K.’sSlF.N. Al.KJNTS 


Richord Hall & Sons 


RESEARCH SERVICE 
r»»A V »re* CVUW 


I'el ua. p'if»* i raw rva'.l# KV 4**"' PMKifl nilWklSU 

Rl'IimSH JUNE CLEANUP ALL TYPES or PLOORB EXPERT- 

if'V’fitrit rvJMlnl linm >oui |. C |t#n»il mt»#d ilMl uOlt^Ti^d vV 

ranj tnt**meiri Of WUt KHwHi mi- h»n*t Hovi«* !lf ,p 

m .go. MUOUiAtO 1/ 

HUMS •? FPAlRi* OUTTERI, i.IAV ^OUKA 

tMiuh'i ng*** BV Sm' “ Ut< ° OLATtERVICE, WINDOW GUO- 

piiiinini * * • 91 ** , tine Mail *Fooin flc Pf» «m c€. 

EXPERIENCED CARPENTER. rewa>>r ible. brenaml KV K50MI 


B«i ' « h end Ml In hi 

Pnnetal aeiypT* Wl 

I MrCall rtro* Plot 
he **! al t 15 P m * " 
I IteV A t Ayerv .i 
* ou’fl 1 M <!' 1 jH*’ 

|p* Ikiirlal Park 
iBjimentun pesera. (' 


WANTED 

REAL ESTATE 
SALESMAN OR 
SALESWOMAN 


PMUMNAUI 


DRY 100% FIR 
PLANER ENDS 


l HESITATES TO HI Y A 
. ire ai'nl* "t r*g»ei 
HAUNTED HCBJXSIHH* _ 
-.it i'll KV 'Ll ITT 


THOMSON 

FUNERAL CHAPEL 

L 1MI hittmerlf Wminpeg 
D geidied l .«rt-ru* V»Y«C* •» 

M a'erale Cre* 

PMI>NEP'» AT NEED 

-IIU'MKNIh 

]i k Quadra Sirrea PNem KV 17*17 


ALCOHOUCt, nNONY 

Have vuu a drmfeHW grubMm. 
run re** elnr»l* «M* " 

drinking nhmw EV Mfl5 •• * 


dryland 

Guoronteed 100% Fir 
Inside Fir Blocks 
Big Thick Bark Slobs 

Rand -picked la ellmloeie •»•«■**» 
end rubttl*n «' Iwnalh*. •«•*- 
•hired n#*er lo weler Ready fur 
Immediate ua# Till* wond H 
highly recam mended far furnaew. 
fireplace end kitchen 

1 Cord $8 

2/2 Cords $12 

Dryland 100% Dry 

Fir Sawdust 

Otie'anl#ed eeee mund •b'jPjy 

3 Units, Blower, $16 

7 UNITS BULK. M 

For Quality ond Service 


DRUM CORPS DRAW 
t ,n#il llll Jan l* 1M* 


roKHK.SPDM)KNCK CU H 
•■nal Social Dre J7*h EY 


15 COMING EVENTS 


DOUOLAB In Viriarl* on r*'U*Y. 
llec IB. I*-'* J whl ' a««C*a 
Dnuglaa »*»d 11 **•■• ol ia*l 
n.eatnui Brreei burn In "»w 
Wraimlneirr BC, *"d * rr.l- 
d*oi ol Vie (orta »<•< *H* »«•» 

M year* *«• '« *ueviy#«l *» • 
deithler Mr* D Cowfc al V*h- 
t eurer B •’ 

The remem* will »• lui welded 
u l fie URUM Pl»* •hi • l , *|tc* 
Y.nrauver Monday D* *»■ 

•h*r* •# i v It *» *n<l »iiid»m*ul a. n 

I*** B'*r* Tfiomra Uun- 1 *’ 

CT,ap#l in th*f*» *" *n#ein#t«l* 


painter 

abl# I 


Bv nn* of Vldnria • w*ll-eeieb|l*h»d 

real etiaie linn* We are rmrEAnu- 

,«u .jut reel #•'••• «iepartmer>r and i>raml>e* rut 
Imve a U»n *n ekperwru e.l fiH'*' “ 

•a'eamery "* wnmat. »na *W k 
ramiiur •**ih ail |th««-e of ’re B* «* 

•lua'ry '•'«“! v*mtW*i« cor-lt»W*»a »H'* 

• long wth »taff la *" **■ 

• I'k'lr ya'irrff e*|terlm 

Preee IVr* IXD A 

i real eel urllli elrMcal 


itniNfM 

MttSONAIA 


3'$ Cord* 


McCALL BROS 

The #• »* Hi rer a. Chat 
A ba*’kgTuural U d*1*f. nl 
MV •*• eervuv r»A< * 

duaoo. 

■ VANIOI VKK STKE 
EV 5 f««5 • 


WESTERN n;»L 
e Anylpiva Clt • »1* 


TURKEYS, 16-18 LBS 
ond HAMS. 12-14 LBS 

ALL PROCEEDS 
MOOSE CHARITIES 

MON , DEC 22, 8 PM 

AT MOOSE HALL 

511 51* TORT BT, 

7* GAMES 


Jewelry end tlieermara *kl 
paired or mod# o**r 1 

rralltmni All w a t * U 

done in ••» dm »nd at 
fo, on# t*ar P » a r 1 a a 
rrairuna Diomonda and 
•ion# jawalry **ld wri ron 
Ka'imai#* aladl? *l*#n 
*n i, a a non 
lug v*i«. Street 

ARE YOU RECEIVING * 
Ita.m-nla m IN reiuncw 
y nj fr-rm lh# *•!#'« J'"*r 
Mel# '• y"#c r*i,.A.f lo g* 
*1# coah l it » "a> 

KMC niAftMA? 
i M#n.'g#' M"#la*Cf 
NORTItW #. YTE KH BK< I’D 

: virrmiA ip 1 


Y CLEANUP .SERVICE - U hm. um 
><*n |unk rem'»ve»l I.V . aT7b , 

\ lTiTB LM'I.I' I - 

md EV « *7 IB OR • 7*7* cuereiria 

TtAC~ PANEL DELIVERY AND '**} _ 

,r. EV $»• _ LANDSCAI 

KK mUO TREES PRUNED oork 

yed EV 5 M»7 ••‘•I * * m PAINT!'* 

,X _ PaSEI- KOR RENT WITH gy 11171 

rr. EV 5-7T7B immiiRg I 


tHAPLIN'S FUNERAL 
CHAPEL 

girmrrea • un#.r Brrvj* 
SN) yna ira Area* a-aoi 


iK>IGIM 


BUgHWCKlO, 1! 
length*. OR*-* 
*#» 


V PISTRIRITORS 


■LEBMON* Al If.# 
Mery B»e#wl an 
lleihee* Kle-mar# 
y#*r a » 

r»*i4#d » VUiarL 
H* ie*y#y an* d* 1 
<Cmri*r Ha>m*n " 
gtrrai an# gran 1 
one grealMirend 
lai. Mr EI#»oki 
r#aa#d III hi* * 
March 71 IM* 
funeral *#rykre 
M-C*ll »re* . r 

Cimoel «« Mirtldai 
l»" Ray nnuglaa 
giaiina fyllnw#'! 
•Cut flowara and ' 


! DRY I r ALDI 
•ea I tarJ li*. * < 
fuel 7t# Tnpa* I 


HAYWARD’S 

BL el .NKHAL CU L 
R&A0USHRU 1«*7 
tig NltOl'GrtTON NT •> 


Phon« Sooke Fuel Co 2J 
EV 2-2211 or EV 3-8925 #i 


WHY RE OUT Or WORK’ A 
Malkina Product rout* can Mr 


ADMISSION II 

Tea Jack pare 


mri(rri"tti rirpoMri-xiTY 

erl ealeemen All apyedhl' 

m.*dr A'e. e*rrag» #arn- 
Ph.mr EV 5A«3 


M SITUATIONS WANTED 
FEMALE 


SPECIAL — SPECIAL 

LIMITED TIME 
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States politics —7. y 

7 00— Vincent Price “«* 

narrates a dramati/a ••S4H»iet»o4ly forjut the Gar- 

tlon of Charles Dirken*' 

stor> "A Christmas Carol"- 6. 

7.30 -Stories from Ihe Bible and great works of art 
are combined in "Man's Heritage," narrated by Ray- 
mond Massey - 6. 

8.00 -Ed Sullivan pivsents a scene from the Broad- 
way play “Edwin Booth." with Jose Ferrer and Lot* 
Smith, uperatic soprano Rue Stevens and Canadian 
comics Wayne and Schuster in Cinderelvis— 2, 7, and 
12; Steve Allen Is replaced for tonight by Shirley 
Temple's Storybook with the lale of Mother (Jooae. and 
introducing Shirley's three childrrn 4. 

8 30— Christmas special, "A Saviour is Born"— 6. 

9 00 Dinah Shore hosts singers BurJ Ives, Gale 
Storm. John Raitt and the Mormon Choir of Los 
Angeles for a pre Christmas show— 4; James Stewart 
appears in a Wild West adaptation of Dickens' “A 
Christmas Carol"- 7. 


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11 a m - Pro football a special game between tha 
Cleveland Browns and New York Giants to decide ths 
Eastern Conference championship- 7 and 12. 

11.30 Pro basketball with the Syracuse National* 
vs the New York Knickerbockers at Madison Square 
Gardens. N Y.— 4. 

3 30 p.m. — Roller derby with the Stan Francisco 
Bombers vs. the New York Chiefs from New York— 5. 

4.30— Bowling stars from Chicago with Johnny 
King vs. Carl Richard— 5. 


Kt lig Tin*n Hall 
Man in Man 
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On Guard 
Mi-rm-m Choir 
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Lone Ranger 
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Decern tier Bride 
Showtime 
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Amateur Hour 
Small Woftd 
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Lassie 

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GK TheatT# 
Alfred Hnrhcork 
Keep Talkine 
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drama », Lana Turner— 5. 

2 00— Johnny Holiday 1 1949 drama), William Ben- 
dlx— 11. 

2 30— Diamond Jim (1935 biography), Edward 
Arnold 7. 

3.30— Law of Ihe Tropics <1941 drama', Constanra 
Bennett— -4; ★ Home of the Brave (1949 racial Intoler- 
ance drama), James Edwards. Steve Brodie, Jeff Corey 


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Television for Monday 


4.00— Bom to Be Bad (1950 drama), Joan Fonlalna 


7.15— Step by S(ep (1945 spy drama) 

Tierney— 13. 

9.00—Sccret Assignment <1951 Italian spy drama), 
Massimo Serato 13. 

10.30— Thp Walking Dead *1936 horror), Boris Kar- 
loff 4; The Man in the Trunk (1942 fantasy). Lynne 
Roberts — 11. 

10.35 — Little Mr. Jim 


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Love or Money 
Play Your Hunrfc 


Dough-He Mi 
Trea»ur* Hunl 


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Arthur (iudliey 
TBA 

Lave of l.lfe 
Two Serial* 


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Concern ration Movie 

Tic Tat IXuBfi Day .n Court 

ll Cuuld Be Y«u Peter Ural Haye* 

rnkrt Consrq-ce* Peter Lind Hay** 

Haggis flaggis M"l her'* Day 

T-slay I* Our* Linerac* j Movie 

From These Rum* I f* A Great Life j Movie 

Oueen For ■ Day ' nay In Court Mnvie 
County Fair Muir Rlngo , M*rvle. Variety 

New* f'.»i«Gxih beat ihe clock Uhsr Ml** Bruuk* 

Cart Ri|«l | Wno L)u Yuiirusl I Open Hum 


Arthur Godfrey 
Top Julia r 
Love oC Life 
T wo Serial* 

My LMUe Margie 
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Jimmy Dean 
I Mouse Party 


Cartoons 
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10.45 Hangover Square (1945 mystery), Laird 
Cregar— 12. 

11 15 Sunday Dinner for a Soldier (1944 patriot- 
ism romance), John Hodiak 6. 

11 20 — Christmas Holiday (1944 drama), Gena 
Kelly- 2. 

* Recommended. 


Movie 

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Hajii * House 

Jungle. Wsslern 

Wrelrm 

We*lem 

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Verdn Is Your* 
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Howdy lAsaly 
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Our Miss Bn* ibt 


PM Party 
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Children' * S»ww* 
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Handstand 
Hands'and 
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CHRISTMAS 

CUT-OUTS 

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on pl.w.xd and rut out with snim 
as vv There'S a large ass-*rtmrni id 
psierns from Uc If you've left 
Things Ut* and haven I murh lime 
w# Will arcep* limned order* Inc 

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Carlti'si Veniute 

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Uannv U">maa 
Carn-mnall 


We* l era New* 
h»me The' Tune 


New* 

Western 
. S Men 
Tie r*c Dough 

Real leas Gun 
Well* Fargo 
l*-'ef Gunn 
Goodyear Theaire 

Arthur Murray 
1 rw i I New* 

Com Perform »rve Movie 
i !>'• > Paar I Movie 

Uck p*ar Mnvie 

New* I New* 


Superman rhn«tmae Part; 

News News; Lirkrr f 

Oeelh Valley Days Sherin .1 Lomu 
Resru* | j Happy Vision 

I Citiarn S.ddier Millionaire 
Mold Journey | HU Parade 

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Monday s Highlights 


Movie 

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MlW-S of WVd 
Kmd Flynn 


San Fmnrlsi-o Real Danny Thomas 
Hi*ie Trteiprr Ann fwiuihern 

'Kflrlal Deterllvp Texas WrrVImg 
Harbor Command Texas Wrvs'ling 

Nexv*. Mwi# , Si tens Service 

Movie New* Movie 


Danny Thomas 
Ann Sol hern 
Desllu Playhouse 
Drtllu Playhuua* 


8.30 p m -Tonlght'g Bold Journey la through tha 
Indn Chinese kingdom of I^aos and tells about tha work 
of a United States doctor in that country— 5. 

9 00 The Lucille Ball Dcsl Arnez show, Lucy Goea 
to Sun Valley, perhaps the best of last season a seriea. 
Is repeated— 7. And repeated again at 10.00 on Channal 


Desllu Hour 
Desllu Hour 
New* This Week 
ThU Week 


Sword of Freedom 
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Radio for Sunday 


Monday s Movies 

£ Westerns Channel 13 at 4 15 pm.; channel 12 at 
u 5.10; channel 13 at 1.00 am. (Tuesday). 

• » i 9 30am Air Raid Wardens (1943 comedy), Laurel 
aou and Hardy— 5. 

J* Noon — Michael Shayne, Private Detective (1940 
mystery), Lloyd Nolan— 12. 

100 p.m. The Gay Lady <1949 costume romance), 
Jean Keni— 2; Raiders of the .Seven Sees (1953 costume 
15 adventure), John Payne-6. 

1.30- Tear Gas Squad (1940 police), Dennla Mor- 

8»n H- 

2.00 — Desperate (1947 melodrama), Steve Brodie 

UOj _X3 

t» 3 00 Hangover Square <1945 mystery). Laird Cre- 
I® g«r 12. 

‘5 3.25- The Verdict <1946 mystery), Peter Lorre— 11. 

t_» 4.00- The Lone Defender (unknown age adven- 

• » ture). Kin Tin Tin 4. 

•*; 4.30- The Best of the Blues (unknown age musl- 

1,0 cal), Dorothy Lamour— 7. 


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CBC News Random 
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tvwe. all ny Msney T>ols 


CrartHnailon Souara. **irh 
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Surtorm Plan*. e*rh .... 
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push Drill, asch 
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Si cal Shaft Hammer, each 
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Capilnl Classic* 
Capital Classlrs 

Sunday Serenade 
Sunday Setenade 
Moods fnr Sunday 
Pru Foul Cm 1 1 

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'lurch Service 


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In Mia Service 
Chamber Music 
dciig mu* F eri»jd 

Aspect* of Soimd 
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Music Diary 
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Toronto Symphony 
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LADDERS 

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Miviltu* 

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Fartnrv rlesranra of handy al/a 
roil* 1 Face used In caltlngt-wall* 
- Huor*. Imlnr Iwsemems— under 
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M inches wide INI *« ft. rtdl 

1 lo 10 roll*, per mil II Al 

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Sunday Driver* 
Handel s Messiah 
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Harslet • Mesxlah 


New* tiusi/'***man 
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Newa U F a * Day 
Help Wanted 

Newt. Stanley Black 
!*>uihiand singmg 
Sum's, Summary 
Churrh lervv-e 


Our afflre and yard will close al 
11 n'clnek noon Wednesday Ihe 
3«h and remain rinsed until 
Monday morning Dee Mth. 

Tha management and lUff wish 

you all • 

VKflY MERRY CHRISTMAS 


Newa Ysidy Today New*. Tnpptnt* 

* "■ Earl Toppings 

<v* i 7, ^vpinga 
Church Servicw 

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FBI i*eara and War 
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Thrlfiai will raveling— Cadg'daum 
Typ* HI* ps'ietn wall mver ng fee 
Id' risen* and 'wlhrsegna— nice as- 

K wmer' nf <-n| «r* Easy m rut end 
i applies with linn cement M ' 
wide only 4*e lineal fl or $1.47 


Milch Miller 
Murh Millar 


New*. Pit Music 
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CBC iymphooy 
CBC aymnhony 


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SHAWN IGAN 
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At the BAPCO PAINT 
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M« * 7 00 The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer <1947 
JJ comedy), Cary Grant, Shirley Temple. Myrn* Loy -13. 
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* 10.05 To Have and Have Not (1944 drama), 
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10.30 It Happened on Fifth Avenue (1947 
comedy), Victor Mon re- 7. 

— 10.45- Beyond Tomorrow (1940 comedy), Charlet 

rc*** Wlnnlngcr— 12. 

11 00 Thunder Afloat (19.19 adventure), Wallace 
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duly mom 

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w "in 1 1* * Carv-crt 
Winnipeg Cnnrart 


Nrw* Emnjla* Nou# 
Sunday Muair 
Naw* Paste*' s Study 
Pastor'* Study 


Nrw* Tup 100 

Tup It®. Stvirt* 

Nrw. Van l OB 

Top 100 


STEWART & 
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J 

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i trim Tram. Nrw* 


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kins. Having Mlbr Nawa BUI Daxla 
‘ News McLean 

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Whu Am L Time (kit Ouncaai 


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CO., LTD. 

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Plywoods 

Hardwoods 

Bopco Points 

Millwork Service 

Windows/Metol or Wood 

Terms and Financing 

KV4TS1S EV4MU 


ISLAND BUILDING 
SUPPLY COMPANY 


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Ikl run* jui 

Pat l*any Nawa Sinclair. Wetk 
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VlaK. Ha pi 17 Gang 
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FamUi. Now 1 A*k 
Ajik. Klndrrgarien 

John Emerann, Newa 
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M ft lengt usd attb SlaoabMd 
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rare* far Pla*t*r«rr Stilt* ara » 
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Real straw* and I** support* 
Ftrvplar* dampars from tt tl 
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KI1.LR HOOT -Wtop* shtmnay fir** 
Use CARBO OXII'K 4*a nsr.kae* 
Ne aoad U oul vaur fir* mil 

5 a tel ■ cress d*or* for * mmad 
use* fr"m •*• t# J4aJd 

Owen Saturd** Til) I a ■ 


N'ixs Uillx 
Link inter Party 
Aimu) ..«ltie» 
Arthxii ix«tfr»ir 


FENCING FOR LESS! 
50' COMPLETE $15.50 


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New*. Vldoria 
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Headline* Vtrlugla 
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hew, it... i na M..ma 

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Nex.s Retry 

Squat* I tanr* 

CBC Nexv* Roundup 


READY MIX 
CONCRETE 

BUTLER BROS 


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Holiday Thna 


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$1500 

I to cavaa w a* fit 

COMBINATION STOBId DOOM 
HIM 

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IIMM 

Soonich Lumber Yordt 

... Owe* A IX DAY SATURDAY 

Odra Pre*. Mil mi Dawetaa Bum «V ft-MAS 


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NalseSLi Mew* 
Rental 


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New*, sandman Jan Wnddeli 

Nawa Sandman New* Jim Waddell 

Sandman. Wehsser ' J hn Waddell 

I Na*** Oefl SoOy New* CV-e rt Day 


Newi. Re pun i 
Neprts Dial 


i Agent* for "Lafarge'' Cement 

7w Keotma 261 

}2 Order Office. EV3-69H 


NOW xS lift I IMS 
ru insula rs 
YtCIDRiA RODFINO • 
INSULA HON <SJMI*ANY 

• 17 rom STREET 
EV I Mil. IVES EV ft ail 
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W ORKMANSHIP*' 

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ftl Tf yi doL Read. B BY * IU1 


ISLAND BUILDING 
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171 OOROS ROAD EAST 
Phan# EV 1 117ft 
Opp 1C Baetrta Sue DapaA 


New* Curtain Time 
Assignment 
Nexv*. On Stage 
On Slag* 


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• ml** shtpi*p ftlt 

• 10 dute delivery 
— i Nanaimo Street 


New*, DA * Chokw 
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Plating Arlktts 
Pattern of Musk) 


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MUSICAL 

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Cl BUILDING SUPPLIES HALL-FAIRFIELD 


DRYSDALES 

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 

LTD 

1720 Cook Street 

(1) . 1x2 D Grode Bevel 

Cosing, 2 Vac U. 

(2) . 4x4 Gutter. 24c ft. 

(3) . C Grade Doors: 

2 ' 0 "- 6 ' 6 ", 

2'4"-6'6", 

2'6"-6'6". ot $6 ea.. 
while they lost 


lengths. 2 and bet- 
ter, ot $55 M. 
Zonolite Loose Fill Insu- 
lotion, $1 55 per baq 

FOX PROMPT AND RELARLE 
MR VICE 

Phone: 

EV 4-4411 or EV 5-582 1 

«2 FURNITURE 

HOME FURNITURE 

GIFT SUGGESTIONS 
FOR XMAS 

CUSHIONS ... *c U> 

TV TRAYS *.'TJ 

TV STOOLS. art nt 1 Ill 

TV TABLE SETS 4-tr*/ »'• » 

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BOUDOIR LAMP 13 


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Pnvai* muilr leaaun* fiver on mod 
all Inatrumciita 

Inatrumem* aiao toe rent with 
leaaofl* 

COMPLETE REPAIR DECT. 
RECORD SALE CONTINUES 
Everything to Muale and 
Mutual Inurnment# 

Uae our 

OIPT CERTIFICATES 


*4 TV. RADIO. BALES I 
AND SERVICE 

USED TVs WITH 
30-DAY EXCHANGE 
PRIVILEGE 

3f a-« OnnJlt 4149 50 
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eonuition * 

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home HunammMl 4> 1 ' ~ 

EASIEST TERMS 

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THE BEST 
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IN VICTORIA 


§1 STOVES AND 

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SOUTHALL'S SPECIALS' 

1 QMS VI*IH| Floor Furnace* a* 

$25- 

I small Oaed Oil Haalar, *-jr 
at it ^ 4 J | 

I Extra Re*»y. 31" Siaal Purnat* ] 
A t abap* tQC 

SP*.|.I 

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SOUTHALL'S 

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ni Balmoral EV 1-3TT7 


|M BOATS AND MARINE M BOATS AND MARINE 


VAN ISLE 

MARINA 

SIDNEY SC. 

YAH ISLE MARINA Ltd U 
ha up? to be aWe to announce 
the arrival ol tha Oral ol 
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FABULOUS 
MERCURY 
OUTBOARDS 
All New for 1959 


The femoua ••ol U» line Mk 1* 
model 

The mord-ameahio* 4-e»l Mk It 
model 


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SEASON FROM 
TAXMEN AND RILL 

MERCURY MARINE_ 

’ VAN ISLE MARINA 

Marrurr ombonnu a*d»ev 442 j 

[ It rr MOLDED PLYWOOD RUN - 1 
about vtndaliieid and ateeilna and 
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ttlt b oua trailer EV i ,205 

1 WCaJtiS ENGINES * EQUIPMENT 
mat View Sr root PI*** EV 1 M 2 ) 

KEW _ SABOT SAILBOAT. MSB . 
EV :-4dl* 3930 Weat dour , 

SI TIMBER 

TIMBER AND FOREST LAND 
' bought and aald lor eaah P O 
Ra:n»ford. 8 C R F.. MI Fori 
Strtot W t->4f EV S-tau _ ( 

42 MISCELI-ANEOUB for 
SALE 


R2 MISCELLANEOUS f or ftt MISCELLANEOUS for 
SALE SALE 


A 

‘MODERN 

KITCHEN 


YOU'LL SAVE 

And t«u II ehoo** from a wide 
aelertloo ol furniture and appll- 
• anrea when dwe tl EATQS't 
Trade-In Department. 5W Brouah 
ton Street. oppoalt# tha Coacn 
Line# Depot. 


will Give j. EATON CO ■“ 


»2 MISCELTANEOUS foe 
SALE 

A - CUT FOX 

TEEN AC ERA 

AIR MATTRESS 

De Luxe Quality Tt 'Or 1 
Ideal hw ramp, iwurb-nr popular 
al i hi* lime of >e*r tor teen «l* 
ElrlA P»tna pan.** wo off 

Reg $13 «. now u«u> JO.r J 

JEUNE BROS. 

OK VICTORIA LTO. 

PRONE EV 4 2«H» 

Noi» open mday until • pm. 


Her Years 


PLEASURE! 

WHATEVER TOUR KITCHEN 
SHE. SHAPE OH BUDOST IVK 
CAN INSTALL Til* PERFECT 

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FREE! 

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TRUMPETS 

•ftarenader b Mas I rum pete abtd 
larquer f,m»h plua fne.E rill i 
valued at 04 at. 

$63 00 

Brand new * OXFORD ' H-riii 
trumpet with r-a-ry-nll ca*» plua 
IT.KK (ill ra. ied al 04 95 

$89 95 

WARD'S 
Music Limited 


Priced from 

$99 95 

| Term* EJS down 11" nvmth. 

KING TV & RADIO Ltd. 

N»w al I4T3 Douglas 8L 
OiRuiaite Eddy a 
EV AMU 


Uwd nil and I •* haalera. Ell Hu* w , #w# t41 SLASH PRICES 

Prom M on the , 

U»rd UnterprUe «ll ran«« like Merruri Mk JS w r i r 

.,th eaMn.na ov.n ...» ™ * $415 

died Oumer kitchen heater with 
Jacked » iB °« 

All white enamel combination Whot Q CombinOtlOn 
coal. wuimI and aa* ran** tl7S 

* , "v.» glasspar 

•^Srt^3SSS"4&S^S. FIBERGLAS BOATS 

I .control . I 11 * j 


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COMXINATION RADIO AND 
KKCORD PLAYFR 
Aulomattc «-»oae<l ate 94 uo 
Tanua - Trade# 

Victorio Delta Electric 
Ltd. 

Tie Cnrmoranl EV 4-7414 


far Guaranteed TV Repalra 
Sy Quallliad Ttchnl-tiana 


1014 Fort Ht 


EAGLE SALES 

>rt Bt BV 3-3933 1 


and 

MERCURY 

OUTBOARD 

MOTORS 


Moffat Ranqe Special MOTORS 

30" tuiiy automatic with clock , 

control, minute 50 l*'* 1$ Ola»*oar Trldanl at re- 

minder at- only durrl nrtre I roan $1160 

C TAYLER " tM ° 

HOME APPLIANCES ™ &Jgffr "Terno 

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TABLE LAMPS — 
HASSOCKS 

B QUELL SWEEPERS . 
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Eaay Term# 

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road EV 3-1144 


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at EATON A 


HOLLAND BROS & Co. 

New and Ua*d Furniture 
K24 fort Street PI«>r^ EV MiSlJ 


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’'PACIKIC” 1 . 

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VICTORIA FOUNDRIES LTD 

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mndn bin. OR t I'M 


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T EATON CO. 

Phone kV J-7141 


• -piece walnut twin tied- BLOND MFAUTY' 

room • •Baldwin- AcS-Sowe p.anu 

tprinf» tnn nttirtMet 1310 fX> pri. # $i ill? 

Studio rouch JJ* Convenient can be «- 

I'll gray broadloom carfiet 144 00 ran.-d 

Prealdent vacuum cleaner Hna p , nr i i,,*r |l at 

and etlecnmenu I4J 40 porter Mu»ic Tdl View ntreel 

•■place red maple dinette | EVJ Mtl 

aulte with W*l*h drea.er 4143 to ’UXTIva 


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MAYNARD & SONS 
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BLUE PEARL DRUMS 
Complete »et nthrde* I# vmDel. 
I hteh hat 3 tom •««», bonaot etc. 
I »:i7» or neareat oiler IV 4-0314 


Furniture Speciols! 


and wrought iron leg* 


balar.ee 414 


Downatelre in Bcoliard Hltla 
Vte* St EV 2-4111 


WE BUT — WE SELL 
WE aFPRAIBI 


iJIT F Mini&L W'VM.1 «'v « B.Y « .a...-.™ — . _ _ tk 

i-nMOle It TV 4135 EV » '-442 Stove and aMmare Parte AHOY 1 

, - TV KJUR HAN KS MORSE. NEW ^ T ' 

n* MUIUIH CUMATROL AlHO- THE CREW OF 

IM mtH LES nnd m.ttc oil or gar heating ayitem* _ . . . 

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AKLKY.OAVuJb »»-• A i A n IK I A 

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!*«» sr eve - jim - ralph 

1941 ARIEL Twin - 4340 — I . . , y a || 

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cycle, accepted on can HR SEWING «ALHIN» 

Iri Bluw'a Motorcycle Sale# ■ rT lr ,. ' ~ ^i n A Very 

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hfry.-lea li rw CS.T5 Dave H-d For a.-wiD* t^ertikjHiK*.. Uieara ^ 

den'a tllcyrle Ship 1330 Govern . . rtiPtniF arWIXG MA 

mr B L_Ph ev 4 47K Smw EvTbm We Take Pleosure 

bicycles overhauled, re ZI i n onnouncnq the 

P»ir*.i .rvt namind New and r* -ji pARM IMPIaKMENTS KirvA/ r A l C 

i NEW GALE 

HfW r ,n ^%4 SPECIAL BUCCANEER 

n ix (yim hoy * Bicvru aos OUTBOARDS 

£r l \r 1950 Ford Tractor NOW ON DISPLAY 

rvj- i«u __ __ (No Trade) $595 smart touoh . . and 

HUGE SELECTION OK HICYCLE&. lrtC - T . TERRIMC1 

ani tny* Rontnenr * ixrT Br <*d. 1952 Troctor. Mounted 

trUiyc-h- waf.«a d>U cexrta S e* tn" RotOVOtOr $295 Y "'* ^ * * 

EVM «- T ? ' , h GALE BUCCANEER 

boys i-spkkd enolisb 1952 Tractor, Mounted **-♦«, 

^rt.^tk,, ,»,d con, tutor, U. ^ Rorovator S175 Outboard MotOF 

Rivv’c mi : i civs' rrv fii inti r ** n uv' 1 3 H P TO 35 H 


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I MK HARLKT-DAVIDnOX IM4 , m Ba lmoral ,,>l0n * H* ™ 

BLOND BEAUTT- >•». HAXUrT-nAVUMON JJM Q|L DRUM AND VTANA I WHITtl 

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p t „. 11,112 Jew li.l'MPH Twin Nurnar el earn Che(-Ma*ier range 

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fo,«rV?y,aiferm. 68 SEWING MACHINES 

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good ruttninv nriirr Beil offer. 
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fX 1-7527 _ ahlnglr* Pfume EV 3-4»2 after 

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3312 DdUgla* 8t EV *-*433 


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accordion* 

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TV RENTALS TO REJ.IABI^ » n „ KV244 si 

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758 Fort Street p *. : rm< V .« r-ntntevl KV »«M XMAS lUF.nAI. NEW 11 PLY g it) GH 

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• , : " .V V Nrw 

limn a CAi'IF. TWO. INCH WP BUY AND MSLL CAMERA 

■ ,n ’ 1 . rv ,Va muatraJ toetnunent* radio* ftirn| 

lure major appliance*, nr 

r.^r R w. S^^iJJ^its . 

MI7IW ,wana PlkuM EV MIML 

r. X ' 1M4 W EURNIIURe" AND" Al'PLIANC 

'"‘""v svl " PURCHASED FOR CASH 

Il'tl LV FOR SAL 4 JW» CEDAR KlIJiH AW S - KV 44441 

»*" GOOD H«¥)KB ALWAYS RtJUGH 

-1 VM-, *• GNCK SIZE *2 HALNTKD BUOKSMOP 

ffMV RVS4MH rewt Ptome EV3-1 

ST NNDAI'" f 'A ALTYPEWniTEn" CASH PB1CEN PAID FO 


CTLTt ; Ri® PEARL N ROC LAC 


Hu )V • 13*4 get,tlem»n'i good u»ed rloth 

FOOD MI ER CON r**r rv3, " ,< 

,< t «v . • 4 nrER BOTTT.EN METAL 8 4 

, rn Itvt- bought Garbage remoyad. raar 

y* IN WHEEL TTitCYCLE LIKE >M , Nlgh , *v 3-0J4J day 

m It . ,V 1 1 V' — 

.r.rvi HTOKN BOUORT FOB CAR 
|,AI'\ S WHITE TURK SKATES #U|) will plrk u 

„re 7 M KV __ 1 OH 9-1407 

I". ; : M > 5 •»* ATE 'i SIZE ^ cvLTURED PEARL NRUKLAC 

KV 4-fWTV preferably Ifcnw rtrunda Beaa 

TWO l A HOE CRATES EV 4 mid s* u ,1 " T m ... 

KV • to-i WANTED PAIR MAN'S 8KATE 

jn I- IA KV ♦•<18 71 _ 

. " I"! ' WV al .dferi- PI. rvjaivi ^ AVTKI y FIREPLACE RASKE 

P?«)»F.CTflH 14 1IM lflhWATT GR 7-9411 

II ' ev t'tW7 HIOHtrtI CASH PRICE* PA: 

11 VOLT CAB RADIO. FO Rl ** “B 1 " 1 el *Khlyit. EV J-2«I 


prefera'd* three r'mrxU Rea* 

ant* 1 iR 7 3733 


$|, EV 4- I'rtFT HIOIlEil CASH PRICE* PAi 

1 1 r.t't RADIO. *n Rl toe to*<I eioUthtt. EV >2tn 

tie WANTED -08 ED WnU f l T U R 

TllOR "GLAIR IION IA' <: \I«AN Holland Bros A r o EV 1-09 It 
tee-1 *•,',<"■ KV '•4411 WANTED 3-M P OR I.ARG 

BOYS 3XATF8 BI7.E • LIKE rafngeratton plant Kaaltog lll 
new Pliun# OH •• J4A3_ WANTED-LADT 8 BKATES at 

XXPF.NBrVr BELTON t HEARING 7-7 S Fhnne OR 9-3443, 

aid t.B»» 9134 term. EV > 1101 WANTED Rrg KEY GAME 

CHICKYNS 9V KIU.ED PHONE 4'*td rv'ndl'"*t_EV J NW4 

«1H 7-1371 ELE^TIflr MftTOR IN GO 

UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER PH , F.avfllDwa F.V_» 7448 

»-V 4-2057 BIRD CAGE AND STAND TO 

. SA w A-i oondi- »w ■ risjma^ r * R J™ 


iwm__ »94_ rv 3 4437 

MINOR CAMERA AND LiOHT 
malar Phon* EV 6- 4340 


M SWAPS 

SOLID OOIJ1 LONOlNErt WATC 
thin model and rhain— for 


to OAL AUTOMATIC OAH HOT- 
warn tank 4*4 EV 2 let! 

YELLOW LACE AND NET SEMI 
Itn mai t>ae li. 190. GR »-lfdt 

V.-R r El JR TRIG MOTOR AMD 
table wt* 1 Made* 424 EV 4 377) 

33 NFMmoT'tN PUMP RIFLE 
wi'h Waayar wipe «3i BV 2 40*1 

ELECTRIC LAWN MOWER 
hardlr uted. 979 EV 1.4024 


ELECTRIC LAWN MOWER 
hardlr u*ed. 979 EV 1-4024 

IRON TOAFTER NR AMR TEA 
4ra» IPV 3-4443 

ElJtrTRIC TRAIN ON TABLE 
rwltehaa 4 18 rmwotele OR ••ID" 

TWIN LIONEL DIESEL SNOINFS 
Ilk* **w EV 3-3442 

holly' WKU. IlgRRIED. IN * 

lb 174 huahbf SI. 


_ - w.utrr U,,D mo **' • nfl rn,,n for 

Ht'ARS FIRE 8CKBEN. WALNIT hp ou' board motor with 

atond D ra rh SV »-484i yrr»» OR 9 4)14 

MACIIlNt WITM LE* w , u . 7 fi ADE 5 • *< >' I Irt/' 

•cr, aoeriDee _IY»-*,W ,nod working ardar tor tape 

KATZER COLD-LIOHT ENLABO- r wrdwr, OR • »!• 

e r ntal trar* OR 7-U5J FACTORY MADE 4W1NG KA 

IIJIDERWTOTO TYPEWRITER EX KV 3-5MT 

re! -n* r „1) ,-m MS EV IA.WI AUSTIN FOR riRREGI. 

PGR 4ALR CHRISTMAS TREES, tn wl- GR 7 3344 

delivered EV 4 7771 _ f*.pT OUTBOARD BOAT 

WHJNGKR ROLLS FAME DAT 13 eh wtn tat Ph on* Ke*tlag_» 
areeiury Tayh* 5 On. •>• Port. ^ PKTS 

REBUILT VACUUM CLEANERS — — - 

ABC ElerUtr. 404 Port EV 0-3111 CUTE HEALTHY REO 
. _ Peking*** *•!># from to* 

1 ’ H ri L ™ Vlii a mr r p a a, .uwk Only 3 

ar 74.044 rt T L Ph OH l ia»a c*»t,a Orter* K'*t 

Many vacuum uke new «7-r or ">m# 

. - ON r 31.4 Kaa T‘n* Kenn.U l.i knC 

___ - 1V - mtt rlehl <tn Alee Rd Ju*l 

mm PIG I ‘RE !UZK bf Mt Newton Cr^rowd 

«ty Sinew 44 EV 1-M» Wril Rd 

CHRIST MAI TREES K0R **••* I numnn. RIO 1ST s • 1 

|| i)ruvr , r *1 GH ‘ *'■** golden »*bl# »#l» 44ltt0. 4 lb"*' 

"» t^"™ 1 » "■ ra’Kl^ewTSJSS' 

EV cdlm . r i.gati 


1 natotoT 91 3- 8411. 

n:xr*«' BUS «• ** »' 1BW 1 r«n RARRFT3 » w aai r. 

G.E CLOCK RADIO, » EV MC04- giant. GR l*k 


I 


rbo'D onutAN aircmutTMi 

»•€ 0 «m»n tnorl-hair palmer & | 
month# Michael WUIIam# Boatd- 
ln« a if 4 Training Kennel# 


R Iff SHIl'MCNTh TTUinrAI. 
Il#h. goldfieh^ Ooen 1-4 1 

da lit unlit Xati KM P#a» St 

m OR T-1A41 I 

•romill AND WDTT HIOM-| 
land while t«rrier punnl*# trow 
lUalherMil# troun# »l narfornali.g 
dnj# OR 4- MAI 

rahV BUDGIES T A i7«Tn g 

airaln. order »«• for Chraimaa 
Duaaaaltc Sul## U Burnaid# Writ 
MV l-UU, 


LOVELY MAREFD CHIHUAHUA 
pup# r»*i#i»rrd Make lorrly pet# I 
lor Diililau lit « 3 female# 

OR 4-lMI- | 

makkIt a merrier chriht 

maa with a il»r fill Ll'U# "Wi 
nunnio* mala 114. I*m#1e A3 Phone 
«'• <>« l JAR 

PVW, READY FOR CHKIRTMAR 
Newfoundland • Ooldrn La l> ratio' 
craaa hunting (train W'j*d* rlul l 


SANTA DBPDtATI VVHL BOY 
roan# part- Taiwan fe»*l* kitten I 
KV i 111], 

FRENCH FOOOl.D PUT 5 FOR 
Ou aimaa O. jMd Kennel* Sidney I 


1M CAM pom B ALK 

NOW IT'S 
MERLIN 
MOTORS 
LTD. 

Formerly 

Glodwell Motors Ltd. 

WO w ! 

GET TO KNOW US 

MERLIN 


CAES FUE SAL* 1 It# CAES FOB SALE . 1## CAES FOB SALE |U# QAM FOB BALE 


THE PLACE 
TO GO IS 
EMPRESS 
MOTORS 

THIS CHRISTMAS 
MAKE IT 

A FAMILY 
GIFT . . . 

A BETTER CAR! 


NATIONAL PLIMLEY 


MOTORS 

BONUS BUYS 
FOR XMAS 

i OF 
A 1 USED CARS 


CQ cnaEl. Chrtalr « Door Hard 
JO top fully equipped Full 


CAR 

CENTRE 

SERVING VICTORIANS 
SINCE 1893 


G.M. 


CX BU1CK 

JO D Ait lil 


Top fully ... 

ffSCT, . *3495, 54 2“78“*2i $1295 

C7 FORD Cuatomtlna V». J-Door . 1 C A PONTIAC 3-Dwor Radar. Cu# | 

Jf A ! h.au. and 


Don Hardtop 

$2395 


SPEEDWAY 

MOTORS 

Trades on The 
Amazing 
Volkswagen 

$99 

46 CHEV SEDAN 
41 STUDE SEDAN 
46 CHEV PANEL 


PONTIAC 3-Dwor Radar. CUO- 


'56 FORD FORDOR 
Good Family Sedan 
With Rodto 


YOUNO I I NO I k CANARIES Ml 

Young budataa *4 1# ?UU »u»T, , 

141) DoujjjEA PhonaJTVJlKKl 

BORDER COI.UT PITS, S WY.KK*' 
from good working r#rrtv.» 

CranvlUa Ava GR A-WI" I 

BORDER COLLIE PUPPY • WR 8 , DC 

old raady for Chftti*#' <••>■ iVL 

Keating w E I 

« oolden oockbr puppies 4 Merlin 

week a nU I. I mi •" . . 

female. A* OR I 1TM MeNiO 

OOLDRN ixxntH i YEAR Merlin 

aoayed, lore* children, II. mi 

Union Road Merlin 


MERLIN PRICE 

$1100 


REMEMBER 


CQ PONTIAC # Door Sedan 
~ JO haaur #i#n*l# 

$2495 

Cl DODO I 2-Door Kardvo* 
’ automatic. radio 

$2295 

CX DODOS Tudor Bad an. tunora 
-'O radio, lliht *:#en 


. .... CJ PONTIAC. Automatic, radio. ▼ * - 

58 $2350, 54 $ 1 499 49 THAMES PANEL 

CQ PORD Hanch Wagon Iryl.j ca CHKVR01.KT Hal ff 1 OnQ 46 CHEV SEDAN 

58 „ $270Q 54 „ 48DODGECOUpE 

r / kjru cutlomlln# J Door Vi PP Aui.jmatir, radio power aiear- | 

56^,. , 395 -.r.Tir $2095 . # r, • 


$2350, 54 

gon 4 cyl . c , 

$2700 


10# CARS FOR SAIJ? 

USED CAR BUYS 
For People Who 
Can Act Fast 

27 Top Quality 
Cars in 
One Group 

OLSON'S 

PI 4*1 


Surprise 


0 CAM FOR RALE 

MORRISON 

MIGHTY 

FINE 

BARGAINS! 


CO irnrDBBAKER Ooupo. radio 

^CfuR . $745 

52 CH^-ROlxr Rddan. $745 

Cl OLD8MOR1LE f TQ C 

J 1 Sadan haalar ... 3> / V J 

tO t-HEVROLET Coupa radio 

° _ $845 

52^“^ $895 


Sailif (Tnlnnifl! 29 

Sunday. Dac. 21, If Si 

100 CARS POE SA UI 

TELMAC ANNUAL 

BONUS FOR 
CHRISTMAS 

wlUi »my tnail oar purtha»#d 

Fll El 12-LB TURKEY 

PKES " •- LB IIAM 

FREE . BO* rilOCOLATT* 

FREE BOX CiRAXUM 

TREK .. i-n 1TXEB 
Yaa— It’a tru». a»ary Pam 
a Nora la vnur» a# a «lf* l» 1B| 
Annual T*lmar C*Brlalmaa Ronia 
*»ani 


Aadan. baaerr - 

BlflCIC 8 a dan. 
Dmaflo*. haalar . 


$845 LOW. LOW PRICES 

* S« JAOUAI4 J 4 REDAN 

COQt; Atuolutaly a*e»ptlnnal »i«4* 

rOr J 54 ZEPHYR STATION WAOON 

, $895 >« AURTtN HEALEY 8 PORTS 


[ -Sk $1095 

EASY TERMS, TOO!| 


FOR TR* BUT BELBITION OP Merlin 

•inglBg «an*ri44 ar.d bRdlMa . . . 

land U 3 mo 8 < ev 4 -»rfJ Merlin 


L IJ , radio, ligbi g:a«n. 

$1497 

Merlin 

» 4 . I _ CX Ff.YUOUTH aavay B»d#n I 
Merfin DO d, lu „ tmooa. marooil and I 

Merlin < i 4 0 O 

Merlin 1 $1499 

Merlin cc f-wEVRourr d# i 


r / roRI) cualoaillna 2 Door Y» AuiomaUc, radio pmaar aiaar r, PLYI 

56 R . dlo and hratar. 1 One ‘’"tTnOo^" $2095 1 1 Savor 

Lood _>IOtD nowar lodoa# 5 \AoTP RnTflfl nS Haaiar 

$ , e:Q PONTIAC 4 D04ir 401C fVlUl C ULi I yu M IJ __ ply I 

795 TUIOO* Srtan . ... >0*3 ^ 57 ^ 

..... HBEi-E. -5785 1952 CHEVROLET — 

5 H 50 «~ U ~,. „75 c C SJ° P .. 5750 = 

50 ESriSot* ^ $250, 49 gSETSE — $295 mom arch 5 

cn btude ciuB $395’ 49 0U> ^ 0 * tL * $435 956 MON ARC 57 Auiom( 

JU Couua » 4 Door Sedan W. ToD. RadlO. ^ . CHEN’R 


CO PLYMOUTH I a d a n. Auio- ’ 

oo ».,» $3299 56“"!°" : $1595 

56 l ‘ LrMO °TH Srdan v -* c C C If E V R O L E T 8 I an on 
Savoy e 1 one -vJ wumi if i / or 


Rh-ia* good rara 11144 

$$ If! 1.1 .MAN OON VEHTCBL* 

A rral aho«P»aca SI 

&] AUSTIN CDNVEKTIBLE 

Radio, »»U kapi . — — *444 

ft] CONSUL SEDAN 

An eti-allenl bur I1H 

13 COMM HR VAN 

Baat in utility !»»• 


Cn PONTIAC 4 
8 a dan. Lack 


3-Door lad a a 


PLYMOUTH Wu lY-i-g 5 CHEVROLET 8 14 l I on 5J ^oUSsT^OR REDAN 

h ”T t | 399 J W ** 0<, • $ 1 695 Baiter than tvaraga _ 

-L, r °-7 h ” l ' r $IOVJ J0 VAUXHALL 4 SEDAN 

PLYMOUTH Sadon Sa- CUEVROLET ClTil 1 ; *** UbUb .valve#. #M- 

»or i $9909 JO Aadan honlar _ »1 OXFORD BBDAH. 

Haaiar — . RUB# heauUfuUr 

WK4.0,. Power 55 “^Vaa..r _ $1795 ** 


Steering 

Automatic. 

METEOR Sedan. 
Radio. Healer 

DODOS Mayfair 


NARY BUDGIES POR SAU ^ 
graent biuea and ralnb«»a. Phone 

OR 1-2*04 

LOVEi.Y WE1MAOANER PU P-l 
Ilm pn# go 44 for *»* Phene 

Kaatifig 1 X>H | r 0 

HANDSOME MALE OOCKBLJ 
munUii rn*i#ierod. OR I *1*0 
OR » ARM 

ONE LIME. ONE BLUE 1UOOIB 

ullh large. baauUtiil «ag« 0>*t 
, M U :ar III BV i 1*44 

REGISTERKD MALE COLI.IE, J 

C -ara .dd. f'fid of rhlldreh. Hinr^ 

V L3RA __ _ _ 

BORDER COLLIE. FEMALE, 4 | 
piontht Leaih and houaa aroken 

lie kV « jgo« 

n RE RREf> GERMAN SHEP- 
herd pupiNca f>r nnle. male*. .N" 
paper*. Pbone GR A25A1 

BEAUTIFUL SIWOIN'J CANARY I DO 
arre r*a*»naB> foi Chrlaimai , 

rv 3 non | 

BA11Y BUDGIES TALKIN'. CO 
#i rain. UW UR *-un. 


Merlin 


Merlin 

Merlin 


CC r'HBVROLBT Da luia «-t»or 
Sedan, healer e.gnaD 


METEOR 


Pondoro at Quadra 
EV 2-2111 


JAMESON 

MOTORS 

LTD. 


$1549 

Ci HILLMAN mill. Hanter. 

•J* maremo. 

$689 

CQ VAUXHALL Bedan, Healer. 
-'•J blue 


C-j DE SOTO Baden. R H auliv 

A1 . $1100 

CC PONTIAC Laurentian 1 -Door 

L, H $1695 

CC MONARCH Sad an Air eon' 
duiantr. oa# itot. law mile- 

$15951 


c A CHEVROLrr Bedan Da Lu*e. 
D4 Tw#- e 1 i no 


FORD 


CC PORD Tudar. On# owner. 

55 $>475 

C a PORD ramlly Badaa R#dn: 
J* T-uiVen # i 


Tana 

DO DOE Sedan. 
Heater Seat Cover# 


$1199 

$1599 


$1299; 


$799 

DB SOTO Sedan, radla^ auto- 
J Z malic 

$899 

n MONARCH Sedan. automaUe. 


CQ FC4ID 4 Door Sedan Heater, 
turn tf 1 9QC 

elauala — . ▼ * 


$899 


VOLKBWAUEN I3e Luxe Be- 
dan. Radio healer Lik* 
now. Run only ^ i / qc 
4 000 mile# 1 OT J 

HILLMAN De I^ue 4-Door 
Bt4llon Wagon low mtlaaee 


BUir* BpariaJ Redan cuawnn 
radio. AC haaiar. 


$849 


57 METEOR Automatic • crl ,„ nftU „ 4> I 

L^v" $1800 FORD $535 

J’ T'aaaoerteliea 

Fresh Stock Daily 50^2?°*. $325 

30-Day Exchange CHRYSLER 

No Payment Till $1895. 

February, 1 959 ! 55 

ruetom heeler — ▼ 


1 956 MONARCH 57 ««■ $2399 

H. Top. Rod IO, c a CHEVROLrr Bedan Da Lu*e. 

Auto Trons..$ 1 995 too* $1199 

CC DODOE SacDn. • i CQQ 
105H FORD JJHuler SratCoveriil J7Y 

. . . r;7 TRIUMPH TRJ «91Q5 

Tudor. A good •p®r*» - $4 1 VO 

Buy $395 54 $ 1 1 49 

J c d DODOE Suburban C 1 QQQ 

1954 FORD pO|.o##T d# lw# -pioyt 

'l . T « PLYMOUTH Suburban 

Sedan. A very $1799 

Clean car ....$1 095 cc hillman ward- ciogo 

lan f ■retitllinal ▼ ' *• ' ' 


52299 57 22;“^, $1795 

$1599 , 

30-Doy Exchonge 


i> HILLMAN SEDAN 

Weil worth — 

at AUSTIN REDAN 

Special prlrln* 

IT HU.LMAN SEDAN. 

Rune olrely — 


CC OIEVROLXT Sed#n. railo 

$1495 


haaiar ' • 

C a MONARCH Redan, alltomal 
U** iran#ml»Hao. . «£ 1 -1 Q ( 
radio and healer -PI**'- 
C 1 CADILLAC Sedan Hydn 

J ■ 4,,e $149 

radio and haaiar "P 1 M ' 

55 PORD Sedan. 5M9S 
radio and haaiar P ' ^ 


$1495 NO MONEY DOWN 

P ' CREDIT TEUIg AVAOASLS 

aotomallr! PHUPT PAYMENT IN TCP 

tl ,OC UP TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY 
4> I 4/J Theea egrtuaiv* arrangement# bp 
Telmnr elimlnai# ih* down t>ay- 
Hydra- n,p n t probLrm entirely and allow 
$ 1 495 U»« audget-mtadad la purwhaae a 
♦» l 7 j , gmaJJ car an mooUily paymauta 
f 1 .nr alone. Atm/ut evarenna t*a 

$ I 490 qualify 


TOP-QUALITY 

BUYS 


top. eiceptltinal r ' 

1 953 PLYMOUTH 55 ““ $ 1 699 

Sedon. New : 52 ^tLSSST $"99 
Paint ~$795 Cl HUirK s>oan $957 

Jl Itoadmaater .- pr-Jt ] 

1948 PLYMOUTH 51 $797 

Sedan. Exception- 5 | PLYMOUTH suburban b*- 

ally clean $325 "••«## .. - $997 


T W AIL C4R8 WINTE my.ED 

I Y ALL CARR OUARANTEED 

SI Thane# iJ Vguard— *1 Triumph 
I* Anitin - 4 * Hillman —S3 Conaul 
M Mrrrl# —4* Vauahatt-AS Auattn 
i, power u j^uwr — *4 Hillman— 83 Zephyr 
. (\>n »ul— AJ VSehall— *0 Own met 

$3395 >* Tbird-SJ HlUmaiv — *d Oxford 

y >. AMUR- AS llarrlA-M Pfpfarl 


^ ' I?** $997 rb'fi" a«4 haal^ ^ J07J , " *j" A^tlnBciwi#' CtoBtertmiT'' 

" ’ ' _ CO OLDRMOB ft Jf Sedan alr-lde.| •'» Hillmah Ow»vertlT»la 

Cc PONTIAC Bedan. t 1 699 F’**r etaertuvg >rmtr brake#. 

DO Power aqulppM. JIIJ77 radio and Rewvevober—eeery Talicae oar aar- 

r/ CHRYSLER Be- <Q/X QQ h#atrr i**' ' J rte# a warranty for your tocnplata 

JO g, n ppwer #*traa^^°“ y aaeuniy uhat u ronaidared to bw 

5 Q CHEVROLET Sedan t>e the he.t Ih the ImluatTP. 

L Mol., r $1097 USED i RUCKS relax and browse 

r- , irrnrirBAKCR tfCrtT OHlew and rooalea are b#ii»f 

51 BterUkht Cbuoo $jV/ c-x FARQO Panel. « -JQC Mr ved u> heir m#ka ynui ■ ahapptne 

c t MOdIMS SZtm. V.It .4 50 JJd - 5395, B mu. r^xxih. and p.ea^n^ 
5 $347 52SJS ^ .... $595, •*» 


#i r»,n *.» ~ C f odA qn FLYMOUTH Tudee. color 

ALSATIAN rUTTHES READY f ,„ n _ > I OY D JU blue. 

tUSSSTj^r. 55—— $"45 $387 

K #55. “iSi-TISfUir. 53";™““™*—. $895 5 or.i.»«nTw 

rvdlie ...ale# CR MBU ' . Chupe radio heat., 

MALE GERMAN SHEPHERD $ 57 , ^ *e.,.n ’ _ $1295| $349 

mjdh. imaCUMted and 'tew-wme.. HJLLM AN Do CZg5 

- - . _ _ . TT *uI i ~a rJai nn x nnoD ^ lU,t ®* d * B ^ 40 OLDSMOBtLE Sedan. CuMom 

£££ K F7F\v?%ri ( X£ 54J5K J Sl n D ! $895 49 


Cl PONTIAC sedan - 
U I cue R, H _ ... 

aQ FORD 2 Daor. 
heater. 

Only 


^7^0 $4 DODO* 4 Door ramlly *e 
Pf P U PH dan. Tuutne. healer, tggg 
turn •leoall P 7 ' ' \ 


$1699,58 


54 CADILLAC Coupe. vnrnot M kg Hillman— S3 Zephyr 

•t»*rlng, M CurMul— *J VS«hail-*0 Ournnet 

HydramaU# $3395 >* Third-iJ Hllimaiv — M Oaford 

radio and heater V M /opinw-Od Mwerta— 40 rrefrr* 
CQ OI.DSMOBCLE Sedan, power, »T MOA -4P Vanguard -43 Uorrle 
•tearing. power hr#k##. *1 Auaitn— &g Standard— *3 Auaiin 
llydramatlr MofTl# — M Vanguard— $1 Jaguar 

radio and healor 3>00“D «( Oxford— *1 Hillman— *3 Commer 
-1 r-un „„ , .. .. | *0 Aualln— M Vauahall — it Auattn 

C q Oi DNMOBILE Sedan air r.de ,, ^ M Vanguard— A* Morria 
DO power Mooring, power krxMo. M Cnn.ul-31 Vghalt-gO Commer 

Hydramalic. $3895 M An»un— M Hillman— II Zephyr 

radio and heeler gj Au»t1n Bixwt# Cteatartililo 

rn OLDffMOBff.E Bedan air ride, Si Hillman Convertible 


Radio and 

$35.0 53 


dan. Tuume. beater, 
turn iinaii 
FLYMOTTm TO B«r. 
FOmllr #*dan 
DE SOTO 4 Daor 


$879 


SPEEDWAY 

MOTORS 


radio and he.ler 
OLDNMOBH.E Bert»n Hr ride, | 

power eteerlng power brake#. 

$4995 


$995 

$995 


C A VAUXnAIX 

U 4 * Sedan 

CQ HILLMAN 
Sedan 

5 1 rOMMFH Panel, 
' new paint ___ 
Cl AUSTIN 
J 1 Sedan 


.. $495 
$495 
$395 


WHITE BABY RABBITS. *e CT MTANDARD C 1 005 

aarh. OR 7-3X3. Df 8 i«o OD Wagon .. w • V/TD 

WHITE - KING PIGEONS C- PAIR r o' HILLMAN DB LUXE SEDAN, 

phone GRD24U DO 2 -tano. v#ry $1645 

PAIR Or~REW ZEALANIV WHITE . T , T . 

rwhbiu fnr aalt On 7 TMP CQ CHEVROLET Bedan. $995 

PAIRS or YOUNG BLACK COCHIN L YMOUTH c, uh e nnc 

hantama EVMfW 53 ( ^“ . $995 

HKGUTFRED CHIHUAHUA AT c A VAXJXftl (OQC 

atud PVew vw KV 4-4CT. 54 $Y9D 

BOXER. 10 MONTHS OLD R*A cry HILLMAN ^iigR 

eoaabl* EV 14*14 Sedan .. 

BABY SI'IAJIBB WITH CAOB. Il'ci COMMEH Panel. <49S ' 
B>’ i-vm J 1 new paint 7J 

t WHITE IABRADOR PUP. 1 R1 AUSTIN $395 

mapth» Old OR 1-8*84 i - 11 sedan ^ 

TUB OR EATER VICTORIA DOO . . . 10TADC 

Obedience Train ing Club EV-1-I4 B4 JAMESON MOTORS 

WK1AH COROI PUPPIES BH1L- I TH 

ware Kennel* Phone OR I-ITI3 ‘ 

— SraogMbN Street- VWort*. SC 

ClXKATinn AND OOULOIAN Fhooa EV 4 -klU 

flnrhe* OK IOW 

ROLLER CANARIES. TOP QUAD- NUhtp: Ds Lymbary. OR 1-I1I4 
II Yprire vv inning rrain EV Ain HuUb.ion. OR 1-34*1 

REG COLLIE PUPPIES DM 1 

Tran# Can da illw wy GR 9 51. [ 

REGISTERED FEMALE BAASETT I . 

pup MORRIS 1000 
'-SfiSSS <t 1 R7S 

SPAYED IRISH SETTER! 4> 1 J • J 

EV 4- UM. COMPLETE 

YEAJlToLP BOXER. ^ , rln(l ,„ pa Mllaagn C959S 

apavd. OR >-31*4_ I -n,u- MrM T ni EpwrU 

• 1 HOINO canary, caok and V-- Cbi WBTfMtV 

aiand EV 3 01 #7 ^ \ p-y MON RIB Orfard <,1A9$ 

MALE” PUPPIES. 43 EACH PR. ^ ' lloPhmile. .•new-P'UTJ 
CR — CA PONTIAC Sedan V 1 1 75 

91 c niCKS, POI I TKV. ^ O^d mndumn .* ' 1 
HATCHING EGGS 5 Q xephyr $675 

AND SU PPLI ES sedan ^ , P 

WS^TXD LIVE - FOWL AND $7 AUBTIH Bom.rwt. 5^75 
ipp pgtrmx weighed al Rec.iodil.oned 

ran nl aft. O KSIMO W UK #BM c/\ HILLMAN OeM $199 
TOpIuTxTaY FOR UVE PO«1L ; tran.nartailon 


$349 

XQ OI. IMMOBILE Sedan. Cuitom 
H7 radio. h»ate» 

$249 


Also 75 Cars 
To Choose From 


50 ffiTS „ , D ~ r $695 3 ' 2-'gjy-* . $675 YOUR 

CX MONARCH Town Sedan Re- \/ O I 

_ $2295 OTHERS 

54 S»™. ““ $995 53 $'095 0pen 

CQ PLYMOUTH Sedan. tOOf) STUD EH AKER Champion Be- 

J4 Rpdin. heater. Only. \ UO ^an Rebuilt $909 951 Yd 


Volkswagen 


$347 


heater 


$395 

$595, 


Remember— eeery Tedir.ar oar o*r- 
rie# a warranty for your #ompletn 
aeeuriiy that la ronaidered ia be 
the h««t in the tnduttry. 


rllh Confidenee'* 


DEALER 53 $1097 47™-—.;' $695 TELMAC 


DODOE T Paaaengar »^dan i 

Z\ t _ _$395 53 


$995 30-DAY EXCHANGE 54 _$995 5 2 


JAMESON MOTORS 
LTD. 

T40 Brougtdna Street W#nrta. S C 
Phone EV 4-kliJ 

Night*: Len Lymbary. ORI-Ill* 
Ales HuUbeion. OR T-3M1 


MORRIS '1000' 

$1575 

COMPl-ETE 

Brand w»w wo ilileag# C9S95i 

TRIUMPH TBJ Sweet# P^Prp] 
New Car Warrant* 


NO PAYMENTS 
UNTIL FEB., # 59 

EMPRESS 

MOTORS 

FORT AT QUADRA 
Phone EV 2-7121 


CT MONItlS Oaferrt tf 1 A9Sl 
P' II one mile# a# new P 1 L» ' ^ \ 

Ci PONTIAC Sedan f 1 1 T C 

J 4 Oowd rnndtunn 1 1 • 


HORWOOD 

BROTHERS 

810 Johnson Street 
EV 3-61 13 


$675 VOLVO DEALER 


Reciindllioned 
HILLMAN *K>nd 
irantonriailan 


tQ ROVER IS Redan. <1095 
oJP New ear condllion. P • ^ 

52 «S B 4“ - _ $395 

46 . $125 

52 HILLMAN Sedan. ^395 

50 MORE TO CHOOSE 

LOWEST PRICES 
IN VICTORIA 
MORE FOR 
YOUR TRADE 

TRUCK CLEARANCE 

■SI Than### tb-Ton Plrkuf- U1» 
SO F"rd t»-Ton Ptrkup . »<•! 

•»1 Ford ti-Toa Fanel ««•» 

•SJ Ford Sedan Delivery. H — »74» 

'*4 Chew t*-Te«i Panel — IT** 

i» O M C. 4-Tno. Duran and 

Hotat . .— Il.m 

•4* Ford P«oo C. * C. A-1. »J.14d 
I S7 Pwrd tw-Taw «' b««. A-L llJBBj 

47 Ford t»-Taw, flaraatda — 11.111 

OPEN EVENINGS 


dan Rebuilt $999 

NAAH Sia'e*man Sedan Ra I 
dlo. travel $199S 

bed# wcaUierevg. 

aniDEBAKER Commander 

$849 : 

Pre»h air heater ^*u-we 


$1095 Open Evenings Till 9 

“$999 951 Ydtes EV 5-24 15 


50 g" ■Sa.TT $547 53 VSZX*ZLZ"? $845 


DODOS Sev#n-Paae#nt»r S*- 

£w $397 

CHRYSLER Sedan. tgg7 

Oood Shane - P *-' • 


57 S5 ?SE $>495 

CifTVROIET »4-t«m Du«l# 

zir-r . . $1895 


c, CHEVRDI 
OO Re# HoL»l 


Plus o good selec- 
tion of desirable, | 
economical, budget 
priced imported 
cars. 

ASK FOR FRANK - BILL - SAM 

PLIMLEY'S 

1010 YATES 
EV 2 9121 

Open Evenings 


NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 


We Don't Sell OLSON 

Torkeys MOTORS 

"BUT" USED CAR SUPER 

#/ r- .. . . #. MARKET 

We Do Sell Honest . , 

d • i r Sunshine Bright 

Bargain Used Cars , fj| g 2Q Qt Njghf 

Why not take od* | iatx vatcc 


SMALL CAR 

MOTORMARXrr 
144 run - EV 4-4441 
open until t n « 

IMS PLYMOUTH AUTOMATHX 

radio, h eal er; 1 1. 4*0- EV 3- 71*4 

1*44 VANOUAKD ST AT 

war m. *70 Phawa EV 4-1 3*3 

144 7 FORD, AS IB. IS* EV 4-I47S. 

101 TKl’CTKS AND 
TRAILERS 


vontoqe of our pres- 
ent overstock and 
s o v e more than 
enouqh money to 
poy your holiday 
expenses. 


1036 YATES 
EV 4-1144 


expenses. REGAL 

COMPARE AND MOTORS 
CHOOSE FROM L jD 

THESE i ™ 


56 E 


$199 


«nr vtcwm * 1 * ^"- 525 00 DOWN 

CHICK EN 8 . KIIXED. PHONE FDRO Sea«n * i qq 

Oft 4-4371 40 Run# well _ ) • '7 

PARM-rRUH TURKS YX V U 
Ih* . *0r ih. O R S-2MP. 

l^r.3^ s VR. A 3o^ British Motors 

four YOUNO COLORED MUS- Pwuata. Streai. EV I-IMJ 

^y m dJu ^.UnY^I* _ rv## Trevar WwodroM. EV 4-3.40 

Wl LIVESTOCK ANI» 

MIDTOWN 

et i# lo rftlf Ibli ftWlth Itii^ru- • r a i rr i I 

lated 41*0 x.atm. 174-0 AUTO SALES LTD. 

B4HDS.K HtTHSI! AND WESTERN 

*addl# lor a*le. 43 $a OooU Chrl#l- M PORD OonverilMa ...... T IK 

tna# glfl^XV 4-4747 4> AUSTIN Red*n Down 1149 

WANTED— QUIET SADDLE HORSK SJ AUSTIN »ed#n Pull pri--# 4*441 


CQ VOLVO demon#traU»r. #gulp- 

DO n#d K#w ear guarani#* 

$2395 

CT TRIUMPH TR-J R«ad#tar 

$>895, 


JV tran#naMailan — •*’ 7 7 * ,l>fl $2395 

$25 00 DOWN __ TR : -JV PH TR-J Road#tar 

46 S.°.T B $199 $ 1 895, 

CC YOLXEW AQEN Caaeh t*r#l-j 
... a k a . laat mechanical eeadlllon, 

British Motors ^ ^ a,trt $1 095 

,443 «"•». EVI-IV4I HILL 1 XAN MiU B*d#n. Oe.r- 

Ev*. Tre.nr WoodrufL EV 4 3*10 DD hauled. «m>d nibb*r radia 

— and heater. tftOS 

Bad wed Hi PU TU 

M I DTOWN 52 "£S5 

Al ITO $AI FS LTD iTu**# $945 


OPEN EVENING • • ' ' n . c'y 

Jx tutane 

EV 4-8174 EV 4-8178 On Approved 50 aT 1 " 


Credit 


PLYMOUTH Tudor, r a d I n | 

r.., . $1595' 

meteor haaiar. #/qc 
tutane .. JU7J 

tz™ $295: 

PONTIAC Bedan. $gg$ 
..-lln >nil h##t#r ■?'*** 


DYNA-PANHARD 

CITROEN 

Detnotteirainr 
Alwar# Available 


PONTIAC Sedan, 
radio and healer 


57 < ’J£ n * MJ - c, “‘$ 1 895 Xmas Gift Cheque 


MIDTOWN 52gr?^“ 

AUTO SALES LTD. mileap# — — 

_ c 1 BUICK Bed# 

V rORD Convert r W 5 J rtdl- h ,, IPT 

4$ AUSTIN Bedan Down 11*9 guaranteed — 


1 $795 


OK* IM$ in PONTIAC Bedan *'4*| 

WANTED - DAV-OLD CAI.F PH. 91 OI.OSMOBH B II eu#l««U»e-1 
GR *3MU _ down LW-" 

10« C A its FOR SALK M FORD s< ‘ ,1 * a *• * •* 

M OTHLRS - 4 ENGLHH 

n»r rr you era nver ll and mamed row 

«#* AlH-ruiNS «ey h*»y •"! ™ «* <5* XX ? ? 

PWh* tar P*ruaul_*r 1 _gj ± l «1 2-2241 

1*47 CHHVBOLET 4-DOOR BK- 

dan. Radia. heater. a#a« ra»rr# — 

and turn .IgnaL Abort avrr 
age Bondlimn. 1300 « offer. Pi. 

VOIJCSWAOB*. l*»7D*~l.UXX QUADRA 

S;‘LSS8S7i5.t?*« c !3!iS AUTO SALES 

punier • Cai Centra , 

UN CUV POWERfiLIDE DB NO DOWN PAYMENT 


4g PONTIAC Bedan «M*| 

81 OI.OSMOBIIB 14 eu#lo*l»ed 
down H 41 " 

$4 FORD Redan. IL H *«•»* 

M OTHLRS - 4 ENOLHH 

n ynw are nver II ami married yaw 
may buy eny ear >w» <be lot f.w I 
mining dmea an approved credit j 

1030 Yatei EV 2-2241 


QUADRA 


SEE THE '59 

"FIAT" 


$1498 


A WONDERFUL miSEXT 
FOR CHRISTMAS 

TRADES 


SEETHE 
1959 'LARK' 

at 

DOMINION 
MOTORS LTD 

Studeboker - Packard 
Sales - Service - Parts 

ARENA WAT 

OPPOSITE BC ELSCTRIC 

NOTHING DOWN 

•On anereved crediti 

*4 BTVDEBAKIH Crndr. at It MS 
3* METEOR, low mll*ar»__ il 39* 


IS $'895 

47 Mercury Tudor IkI ETUDBBAXER Cmnmander. 

>"> r 1 “HSVr $695 

Only $12 Per Month ^ ford sedan. h#at#r 

48 Mercury Sedon 54 

Full Frtea 413 » w , <100^ 

Only $15 Per Month • — - — * OVD 

. , 56 *“"• $1295 

j 0 Meteor bedon nnrvuc Mavrtir enno 


Victoria s Busiest Dealer - M| ■ VAHallAHB - ^y 7^3 

• agiM 170 Phuna EV 4-1M3 

MORRISON I 1147 FOfUJ, AB~n. 1)1 EV 5-1I7B. 

Chevrolet - Oldsmobile 101 TRUCKS AND 
LTD TRAILERS 

940 Votes EV3-U08 TR|ANGLETRA | LER 

Chev - Olds - Codilloc SALES LTD 

Roy and Peqqv Miller 
ond Staff 

QUIT Wish to Extend 

CTAI I INir A Very Merry Christmas 

’ ALLIINVj l0 gji our cuMomer# whnm 

»in«er#iy thank fnr their parronagw 

I V, Milne Nerth an Higbway 1 
y ^ j - j- Pbnna OR 4 MM; Rne »V 4^*4** 

VICTORIA HI LO TRAILER 
DODGE- SALES LTD. 

DESOTO *™*»bt<s*o 

PARTS — ACCBMORfES 

For Sure-Start f mil** rdktk. mouway t 
Top Condition c * t - 31< - 

Dependable BE ST OFFER 

Winterized , mMao . , TON OOM . 
USED CARS !!«?■ * ODT 


ci rruoEBAXER enmmander. J 0 every customer 

:rdr"“ - $695 who buys now! 1957 F o rd Custor 

53 ZT1Z.T $899 This 0 „. r Good V8 Sedan, shinin 

5 4 ™ J ™u ‘ Until Dec. 24th. block with w h i t e 

. $1 895 ii j;" 1 , walls, radio, heater. 

CX CONSUL Sadan, t 1 7QS ** JAGUAR, MX V77 ... •> >•* 

heater * ' I C A FORD Ranthw M en Auto- ^9 1 9S 

53 K?.' — ‘ • $999 56 -!« $ 1 689 J 


AVIS 


haater 

DO DO* Mayfair 


nnetcvt jcuum cq DODOS Mayfair tggg 

N#w aut»h PP Hidriv# pr T 7 

Full Frier *31$ 

Only $22 Per Month No Payments Until 


56 ro " D 

JO malic 


1957 Ford Custom B ™ 

v/q c a I • RENT-A-CAR 

Vo ieaan, shining *** o«a«ja# street evj-hii 

block with white - — HERE N0W -^— 

walls, radio, heater. TRI-WAY 

IOC TRAILER PARK 

17 IT-) IV* lllln Borih tin lllghaar I 


$2195 


53 Meteor Tudor 

Radio anti ll»at«T 
Full price ***» 

Only $50 Per Month 
55 Volkswagen 


Feb. 1, 1959 


ENGLISH 


w 1957 Dodge V8 
5 CARS SPECIALLY Sed one 9 ^ 

beautiful metal lie 
LOT CLEARANCE 


»i M~CT*EOR taw mileage 41 3** °°* S*, B I r . 

u FORD Twtwna AT WW. i»$ Full Frlr# *1, !•» 

Is KS?,.ri lr- ". K 11 Only $55 Per Mont 

H MONARCH Sedan. H WAS 

88 amr. , Wf“.JZr» 55 Ford Foirlon. 

tNOLlSH CARR Eiylamne Faint Cuatom Radio 

M VARGUARD -Vovacmir* | Eull Prtca 4I.4IS 

*-1 »*■ n n_lw D-r KA„ n t 


1*13 JAOUAR Mk Vn 

IMS tTUDKBAKER 

Commander 


Only $55 Per Month 1 


CAR CENTRE ST^I r — "» 10 „ A 
«. » sss?l t .t. ::« 1955 Austm 


TFANBPORTAT70N SPECIAL 


Full Frtca *1 MS 

Only $67 Per Month 


acLOOYB iimai ford 

DtAfXK 

YATES AT COOK 

Phan# EV I 3411 Open I M * 


C 7 MERCURY Hardly, one « 

1**1 CHEV POWraoUDE DR NO DOWN PAYMENT P' tTlOO 

In#. one-nw*#r car. wintarued M CONSUL Verr ci#an II. t« Mwiptmd ... JO I FT 

att'tw lira# radio, heater ,l,w 14 CONSUL. Nir# «nndlt)®n ***• rr BI/ICX Bn^ial I -doer agio- _ . . __ _ rrn\/l/*C 
hattery Barellftva fond 1 1 tan nver. u MORRIS Miner *"•» PP mail*, radio, heater Ctor|#t-| SALfcS & 5fcRVIC_t 

hauled la#l month. **»0. OR 7-JO»7.i |( MORHtR Oyfard .. »** t 1 700 

■ __ ui.rwta BIPAN ^ AUNTIN * 1U I #p#ci*l > I /yy Blan.ha.d and Cormorant 

wWi*MwSri!K.«S All rate. BV Phone EV IAI17 FORD m.UmUna Tudor. Phone EV I-M13 nr EV J-4113 

H Mu*t #*U thia week owner g»- D4 radio, heeler ( » <)QQ 

|ng •*»' BV 4 -AAtl. ~ 1 »«ry (lean J I X/“ 

lav> _ MORRIS MINOR N*W c c c -ri 1 rr r 5T ftOWTIAC Knrdtnp Auln- — 

n.irl. very flean inaid# Alan mi THESE matte FWly $1199 


56 Volkswoqen I cimis^Aa and a 

pull Frlr# 41 Its 1 OOOO CAR WITH 

Only $59 Per Month NO DOWN PAYMENT 
Examples: 

56 Morris Oxford • ^JfZSS ** 

Sia urn# Wagon 4A MBRC UY Cluh CiMpn R*dia. 

Fun Frlr* II 7M nta# | 1 W raah Only ITT ng 


CHR VB1.ER WINDSOR BSOAK . 1 ■ 

yen ■ ood randlttan 14*0 R and 417 Tate# 84. 
H Mu#t #ali thia week owner go- 
ing #e#t BV 4-AAII. ■ 


$1299 


Blanihard #nd Cormorant 
Phone EV I-SA13 or EV 1-1131 


1»M MORRIS MINOR. NKW 
painl. vary clean ln»id# Al»o 1A»I 
Meteor, body l**r, “«* 

motor OR A-AAAA . 

'*0 ~AIIBT7N~ BnSAN. MOTOR RB- , 


Examples: 

4A AUSTIN A -40. N»« 

Onlr 131 nor m<miR 
« MBKCI'RY auh Coupe Radia 
pta# linn ra#h Only 117 n> 
por m-mih. 

Phone Blew Cumberland _ 


847 Yatss St. EV 2-74 11 

MOONEY & SONS 
938 FORT ST. 

Th«w cor* are in 
good condition ond 
will qive qood trans- 
portation. 


green. imn t»>« 

_ | EV I 4 F* 

$1895 rgK! 

| able of fi 

1955 Austin A50. ZuZ 
One owner, low mile- ,>unU 
age, real smart grey. 

$1295 

1958 Ford, long 

^heelbose, 6-cylinder j tout 
pickup. Very low 
mileage. See Angus 


'59 ROLLOHOME 
'8 41x10' WIDE 

1 bdrm Ur | u i# throughout Open 
»r for your in#nef lion by dev #rrd 
• undor lighta *y eight _rv t |7*i 

j r IMS MCJtCUKY A TOM TRI CE.' 
B #«4 rwhher very I'tM rtmdlltas 
| with Mivtt . 81 . Paul Mat aad iw» 
t unit t«n Will eonaldtr Uad* rvi-wto 
I r.v : 4»n* . 

I SACRIFICE BALE TEXT TRA liv- 
er Owner going eaal. Any reaioa- 
able nffet acceni#il A only JA07 
Wyndaalt Av« EV 4-AA17 

^ TRAILERS MAI ir IT Al. A RAY 

^ and fXmtaa in Vta. W##t gVMSE 

inil.lTT TRAHJSt 14” WHEELS. 
IV/ new Heat III EV 4-ftlld 

iwiT" re*N -n Ar~ srm * l i v rn y* 

I Ter m* Gft 717*4 

103 PARTS, TlRra and 
AC< KSSORIKS 


Car e "RrirT I# lha 


BATTERY' 


$1199 


pamt. IJM nr offer WlU aerepi Onl* 

email Made KV t-1313 I 1*41 OI.DSM'WMl.R **’. Ameewan 

— — — - 1 M<>4el HvdeamAiie. radio ete | 

NO DOWN PAYMENT A hargtm •• IMS j 

Na Payment Till P»b. 

Bnrnaiiia at Harriot EV l-AJrtl MASTERS MOTORS 

IfgirLY MOUTH BEDAN. RADIO. Ill View Elraal Phone EV S-JA41 
heater good tiree, good eorwltliwi . 

Can b# *eon at Broad Bt larage -■ - ■ — ■ 

EV 3*3711. I MUST BE SOLD 


JUI. ■ ' ' ' 77 

I At* CMC Vtofi ft#"*' 'B W '** 1 mFD Sedan. Taione. e«r#l 

lew #hapo ihrrughml AW* Dd , rnl «OQQ 

IM 1 CHEV Tudnr Radt-v now pa n* mnw#r > i77 

r* 0 * B, l r 1 BUICK Tudor Sedaneiie 

IM« D 1 .D 8 MORH.F. AW. AFveelran 5J vua g kr g ,hUV CQOO 
M -del Hrdrama'ie radio ete r#4l<1 heater $0 7 7 

A bargain a* IMS I .. u ... .. rv_.. r... I 


built Urt Mar. CM an body new mi CHEV Tudnc. Redin. now pa nt j „„ 


I Biandard »hUV CQOO 

radio healer JOI7 

Many Mara m Ch«o»a From 


NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 


Only 163 Per Month p6 „„. 

Right, QR #-*7*4 dar#. EV ».IB4l 

TAX. LICENCE AND Wderrird * *• 6^ 


41 MIIiJdAN 
'44 PONTIAC 
IA CHEV S TON 
41 FORD 

44 OLDS AUTOMATIC 


iim MacDonald. 

*m 


For * eiMing. #u»e #i*rl 4»»ry lima 
«ai aa ACME 

Z VOLT $ 1 1 50 

O • XOCANOE * 1 1 


2 VOLT 

KXCHANOB 


$19 00 


Oa Anorowad CrwdB 


1*41 PLTMOUTM BEDAN. RUN- 
■ in* artier, 4 toad tUeo. f»r lam#- 
dial# •«i*. o»#«r tearing country 
gi d EV I BS 

«a»Tnro DooR powtuc sedan 
T iii# it a M-twirr car. ha# l* 1 * 


MUST BE SOLD 

l*4T FORD da lu«* TUdar twtlh 'I* 1 
rebuill melon radio and haaler,. 
near -now Urot. new baiterv la 
etealleul condition throughout 
g!7$ ar near otTer EV 4-SUA 


OVERSEAS 
CARS LTD. 

116 Yot«» EV 2 -5822 


r Mercury Bardi m leaded V W* 


TRANSFER INCLUDED w. h.*VT fmm m u-u. 

■leaker# e»r»Ue»ti ramtRlOK •• DEALER FOR 
rk ir l/^*k 1 mile*. IMS OK S-SEM. UKW # WHEEL DRIVE 

LNblolN MCKmtJ ^FACKAW^SF WILLYS-JEEP 

UATAnC A good far 413$ *r *#•! off** Fh-.ne FT 1 4IT7 

MU I UKo * v 1 . 

n . 1#«» FORD TVDOK. KXCELI.EHT RACF. CAR 


Our enurlaoit# #*l*em#n will 
arrarr# i#rm# to #ult TUI. 
Many rara to ch»o«# fraa# 


No Payments Ti 


IADOV E COOKi 


l*M CHEVROLET. VERT OOOD Brook l*i 
•ondlUon. mutt tall tnU •! l**i For t St 

Pod## ** M r* t-AAII »r Bern lau am 


I ihU ay 1*47 For t S4 «V A M I* 

Podf« f* “• »V t-A*ll nr B»«# |N g MOKRIB MIROR I 0 M Df- 

m mu tat# toed I lion taw mitaaa*. 

ROYAL AUTO SALES o«e #wn« Ba#t altar. EV #1*0) 

•« *1 > j™ CS^^.^eliSTSS 

|*M ROVER 71" FOR d A 1.7 #tr Phone EV 4-M3I IA3A 
atao MLta *733 Phon# EV » M3A , Ear Aeentte 

K - I AUSTIN" Adi’ CM PHONS 1H1 CAPU-LAC SEDAN AU 
I gun | wintl*. power #4*erlng. #ul«#n 


L— * ■ *1 AUSTIN 

pgilgg tv 4 311 l*-'I PONTIAC SEDAN DELIVERY rami It von 


t* FORD Bndan new Urot. 

battery, nnint — — IJM 

Terry'* Auto Service 

•A Bnrnttaa Rd E EV »-»TI 


ta Ford Cu# om Tudor Al LIO' 

U Ponliac Sedan, lib# n#» . A»» sa 
* 1 Hillman X. U new painl. A»1 I 
33 Bt#lrb Sadin R H-. A.-T. A 

aignal# IFO C 

SI Studabaker Cowp# |F»> 

Al Frefert. »ory good value _ gib* 

SO Do %*a R B Fluid Drltra «T*7 

S3 Awarin Sow»ei#et A*** | 

47 Dndgw eaewpumanj good.. MO l** I 


Victoria 


FRANCIS BATTERY 8. 
TIRES LTD. 

RETRAADINO BFEC1 AUNTS 
1413 Quadra Str#el EV I idj* 


I O U 

Kotlith ear u*ed pan# Sarytra. 
ill Herald SI EV 4-J3J4 EV % lagj. 


gi.m Lloydwogen Borgward ^ T T/ "1 I SfeS^nWisrSS 

-~! — — I : -- “ Dodae-De Soto Sv^ 


SALE S SERVICE PARTS 

*2017 QUADRA ST. 

OPPOWTB CUE UNO RINK 
OPEN EYES. PRONE BY A MU 


1*44 AUSTIN A -40 SEDAN VERY 
rJrea eiMUegrt as urban leal con 
tllUon. »1*» PV » *J*7 


i ate oi.nsMoniLE sural « «e 
dan f 77m mii-tg* fully eai |»ie>i 
la immaculate rrutdiiion Prb.w tea 


ae-L 

Limi 1 


14 aOWERAET OOOD 
Igao Term# tan t» 
Phorv* EV A- 1*4» 


with #«»»• #eai . direction •ignata arrangeo Phon* EV A-144* 
etr Phone EV 4 0A3I IA» Oak 

Bar A»*at|# I l*M PONTIAC I -DOOR. AIM DR 

',.r™nu.r , 1 -rr. 


BLACKBURN 

MOTORS 

Johnson of Quodro 
PHONE EV 5-3512 


— mo.. i. a;™ ___ 

ear Whal have Vnw’ EV I W |*46 AUSTIN SEDAN |g]4 TATES 

j TRIUMPli TR3 SPORTK LOW KV 

— z 1 mlleif* sum# • Oaraaa. Manor tM g tjUMUOBTIM SEDAN. 

l**l FONT f AC. AAdXKICAN 154 ahowraam watlllM. EV l-W 

b*at#r M« Ml V.r,*"i#an rarl 1*47 PONTIAC BEDAN OOC® «a rogrTlAC BEST OFTEN 3»A 
T *111 n«*M ***£& waiter Am EV 

xxr-Ajz'rrXS-a * i ****■ 

i ma rmroMIZED AUET li<~ ! 


1061 Yofe* Street 

cv/ i no? 'cLAiucra auto parts. »** 

tv 4-/ iy/ iruSSr t^MBL lAl ** **" >a< 

fJOOO USED CAE AED ~T^Jcj 

ESQUIMALT SERVICE 

Cor. Admiral. . Eaoulmall Rd. i|y »v r obtPl-BTB SET OF CUB- 
Phana BV I-M41 taw taUt aaU aaoarn Bandy * 

AwU Far** I M3 V iew BV 1-4471 

RIDE IN LUXURY ies~Airro rktaibh mod 

FOR XMAS! _ 

Cl CADILLAC Sad# a Inmatela r/Jn * 0 T . QUALITY KAOUTUK 

53 SS.C, $2095 .T^nj^^Sg 

BUtCR Raadmaatey Hard Ud.7r a*Sg g* l»#aE m. CVH V% 

52 ru-'^r“'•" $1395. ■^orjw.yu.e. k 


KV IEB . | 

AL B AUTO WRECKERS. BAY AND 

Uu nda*. m Viru ai* Weat KV » »m 

G obb'V EAR SL-R ftrrftF.AnB! 

, Urn yip Jarfc. 1177 gwadr* EV ARIL 


CHEVROLET < 

III Saillrford 


BT COUPE 


IMA CUBTOMD-E) w (Me w-#7 roliiw (M M U IMd CHEVROLET COUPE OF- 

*ulre Dunlop Serwl rw CWl ra _ I , a(tl > v 3®4V __ __ ten III iatt lrford 

iv , ^ TT! ’ A '" ^ rm ”‘ ^, c,, ^wo?ssr.-i^;x | _ c *cLS s ^rS>‘v r, _ sSTidPW 'ffiil 

kotww*® " ;°s; JKusrfcBB !!!1! " 

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j5KTO i ^5ga5r»-.| SaraTOf "• oorl SffOJS I SMTVJEs Rfi- mi -EfSKi »• c«vholet. .« 


ESQUIMALT SERVICE 

Car. AdmlraU - Eaoulmall Rd. 

Fhooa EV 1-Mil 

RIDE IN LUXURY 
FOR XMAS! 


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I S 3 HOl’HrS TO BENT 

UNFURNISHED 


i FT .ATS AND APART 
MENU) TO RENT— 
UNFURNISHED 


W #*Um (Unionist 

%mm4mr. Das. 11. Iff* 


BRASH NEW J *9*09* hmiar 

Spill le\«l living room* BrepUrn 
■tkl »•!' hei-ked n* falUnd m-M. 
alee- r»h ktirhen nil -O- Malle Hni. 
Til. . a m ,«i attract I va and ua- 
uwil tv mi r Dll. 

TWO HEDItonM teaia* Bland 
I, «ha|u-d I.K will* FI' A«i* i .<• heat. 
Dr-«r. «*r *»* Adult* IIO*. 


D I JANUARY 1st 

— I W, have a aood •elfettnn i 
AND I «uH*» in *11 P‘1" '‘"Hr* •* 
January IM ,» later m'"wn 
— Aftm-to* Lid., l» Bi«mn* 
BAS rv 5-«77l 


RmM OR BOOM 
rv Min 


sirr 

hard 


walking diatanrt. **• mu, m.) 
JI'HILKK DISTRICT-* by S rt«»- 
irlr » 1 bedroom* W.c furn. 

o»i range Mu Hi -wn Hrw Agrn- 
nr. Li, I 113* tUftiMlwrd HU 

tv vktti 


Varant »« i*»r M«*U* 
lirS* CLARK ST - l-hedm apt 
Neared ISO per month. Varant 
DOUGLAS ST I nwmnl a|4. Oil 
range Varant »1i per munlh. 

FONT ST war « Charier — Four- 

Minm.r AOm ,, „„ie RJe< range and fr<4 

nail KV l-WOt Available D*c. 11 Adult, mil) t* 
(irr mnnib 

1VK PANDORA AVE •Mounl Doug 
U» rlii*** lo alv'i'l'li'g '•nurr 

ami i*j« 1 *»ilrin apt liM ran*r 
amt fridge U*nl «i|>i*l,ml RL5 per 
mo. Adult > Ai«p*V Suite l» 

PEMBERTON. HOI MRS t.TD. 
10ar? finvrmmrnt SC 
Phone KV 4 «:« 


KOOW AND BOAHD FOR OKN 


NORM* C O V H T — EMulltialt — 
Modern nne brtlrm duple* avail- 
able Immediately I’d Per mo 
HAULTAIN Modern H» Mia 
duplrt drive In garage « * 
lurnaca. Available Ja*>. lit 
kino neuHor TtRnArr t*a 

lutr Vir» duplet Modern tao- 
bedrm. autn nil lurnara N* 
step* Oaraai Adult* i"i I r. 
Available nut 1110 per mo. 
Comarl Rental Dept 
KAH A STEPMFNHnN, UMIICO 
EV 4 -Mil 


ROOM AND BOARD FOR i* 
gentleman 11«= MrClurv KV V7U7 

1.AHOK FRONT KOOM_t l ««» TO 
b.i* worktnr P*r»on FN 7 JIM 

|?1 ROOMS TO RENT 

HHIOHT cixan ROOM^W’TOWJ' 
privilrae* ltoen ,s ® *” B 
r\ I-4M0 #»** P nd *•' S ' m 


BHA1UBTON APARTMENT* Fort 
Alltel Miedern three-rm Mr On 
bn. line near park and »hop- 


KRONT ROOM WARM CENTRAL. 
W'irNina peiv'ii K.D 07* Camorutt 


FM5' - !MALT ROAD -2 hedrm hmn 
wired !-ir elee ranter Coal and *»*v 


FORT HARR! 


1 Ivdrm inuia 


One-brdnn nra'^d at# Modern 
bloci arounil Moor no »'#p» 
lad oer mo Available Jan 1*1 
MORAINE APARTMKNTB Lara# 
lao-onlrnt *>• Available nn» 
Paiulpued •llh •••# range and 
fri« Rerteoiiratgd Wtllmi dia- 1 
lane# in loan 1100 pet mo 
Con l act Kent at Drpi 
gu to btephbhbon , U MITCH 
KV S HU 


Available rv* 11 »*5 per mor.'li. 

SMKLSOl'RNR ST lower duplrfc 
4 rvMtma (So pet monUk 

PtMRKRTON. HOLME* LHX 
MB liovei nmenl 6U 
Pboivo EV » U24 


pn truer, COMFORT*m.E WARM 
room Oarag# available *“ • 7, *‘ 

bfdsittino room for rent 

|-.1 mi'«tni> »IS Truirh. 


126 HOUSEKEEPING 
ROOMS TO BENT 

nn I Y~ FURsTaHKD WITH HOT 
ami i->ld water (aa rang* POtr*'* 
imiii and di eaaini room »U 
ala, .male aleejnng I eirn *• weekly. 
Rr.dl Al*t« WV* - l-- 1 _ 


for boys and girls 

*«*«»»*« »«««»* ****** 

BICYCLE LAY -AWAY 

Small Dep alt WU1 RoM Any Item. 

(.(•M, 

ralkioh* y«« « 

Till I'M I'HS - “*■ 


« MS *« JW «« »» »* *** M ** 

FOR FAMILY 


FOR FAMILY 

MMM « »»»» »»■« * 


FOR FAMILY 


H.il'SKKKEPINti »«>SM AND 
kin henene Single per»,m. Fully lu- 
nl.hr, t Heated. 11 Crd* S', Plum 

BV 4AW*6 

NEWLY RKDBt'OHATCD SMALL 
lurniUted. 1 room auile #ln» and 


VOGUE FURNITURE 
XMAS SPECIALS 


■M Y A 1 EH ST DRIVE HY RUT 
do not dlaiurti lenanta n rou ara 
imai e«ie,l in ihta rental available 
Jan I at 1*0 pet monltl ptea.a 
roniari A « Powell, Monday, 
Dec ?J I fa gar A Haavna Ltd 
EV 4-0*11 


Moke This Their 

happiest 

CHRISTMAS 

EVER! 


NEW APARTMENT- FORT AND 
Ya'e* Modern on# and two bed- 
room »uite* l*ir January l»t 
occupancy within walking duiancc 
u, town *»« and *1*# per mon’.h 

Con i a. t Renta D»Hl j-BEDHOOM BUNOAIOW NEAR 

HER * BTBPHRNSON UMITBD Nauru Oil heat. elect rp not 
BV .y 1411 weter hearer Hlectrle %tov» in- 

eluded 17* per monlh P)rev# 
DE call T Mullen OR 1-1*41 or of- 
fice EV »-n®4 Frank A Marllo 
Agi n, Ira Ltd 1114 Hlan»herd «L 

IS Til k LOVRLY yl'iET wo 
»ii- w k •« F'hii Hay R.utd r-eutiy 
■ „ Iiunc»' “* i-arge Itvir,* 

p**Ti eei*anile dining nvr*m l-aivl- 
v a «-<! gaitlett il*i a lm« 

„ mvdlalr i»«arg»t-#i KV B MW 

■j BNTb IIN4 OAK — — — 

large ae lu*e .elf- TEN MILE POINT BUPEBIOR 
Ihd- float l-l*edroom *-rm tiungaluw wall-to-wall car- 
kitchen waahlng p# I throughout alove end fna; 

cl.Ule, Ad'il' » unly VlioShard IVKIWI 
j AvbUbdU JiBMiry m • <|< | 

i 4. Phona «V J-SMQ OAK „ AV XJVVWH DUPLEX. I 
bediooma, living room 1*»J1. fully 
carpeted, frig etnva, unnbeirurted 
a,a Tie**. Separate entrance No 
rhlldrrn 1(0 EV 4-1711 


H.O. 

ELECTRIC TRAIN 
SETS 


GIFT 

ITEMS 

1 .00 TO 100 00 


Quiltad card uwa oovara. ei ,n 
half price 5 I 

Qu, 1 ed fanry cuatu-vtu. (h 1 QC 
half prlea - » 1 •' J 

romconU. upholitarrd. ten yQ 
halt pnra 93.fr 

$1.79 

Arbortta roffee toblea anti •‘#0 
table, reg *1* M 


FURNISHED S» KKKF 


Complete Select lor. of Blryrlea, 

Ai-oeaauriea and Children a Toy» 
TERMS - TRADES 

CARMICHAEL'S B f CY CLK SHOT 
17» I>«»iae I0P» U»iC' E” 174 
Open Friday* TUI » P «»- 

59 95 

with quality FOR HIM 

$39 SO 

,VMM motorola 
CAR RADIO 

»»*« pLUS free 

ANTENNA AND 
INSTALLATION IF 
FTTBCH.ARED BEFORE XMAB 

Priced from $59 95 

BUTKIET TERMS AVAILABLE 


well! - - - 

Inv r.»)m. Near P* r .J 
Fairfield rent if *’ 
in u.ifi rffrlEera'ie 


WEEK OR MONTH. WELL FI R- 
nlannl: evervihlng « , PI*I''^ ' 

cam re. SieetMnc rponaa XV S-wa . 

WARM FURNISHED ROOM AT 
lilt ftirharilwm At IJ6 mluding 
light gaa awl beg' Sul’ l»dv 
KV Mli« 

TKMINIRAHV OH PERMANENT. EV )-<lill 

f,ir clean quirt p0is*m aii 

I-iuiwI 174J I'andura KV*vil* ROSS Al 


For boya df ail H" ‘hem com- 
plete Revell' atarter kit* 
give* the llJTUI Of real m°<lel 
railroading Th* detail of 
the acale model enginea and 
cart wlU pleaee rhe mo«i avid 
perfrcttonlat Come in and »ee 
Uie*e narkaged OUtflU com- 

p'.ete and ready to *et up and 
prired away below th* tndl- 
yidual coel •>< buying tho 


City LOUISE APARTMENTS NEW 
16.^ |uar well-heated 1- bedroom epert 
ment L*loie tu town and n*'* 
Uedi al Arta Rulldlhf, eouth aid' 
Paniioia laiine park Automatl' 
waahlng laciUllaa TV h,u.kup 'n 
eluded In rent of MS. KV 4-7. Jl 


pioatln* fuh kn»f# 
Flathllghu Horn 
Bwim fin# 


Select one or more or 
these beautiful qifts 
from the ORIENT. 

BAMBOO WARE 
BASKETS 
PYJAMAS 
TABLECLOTHS 
SILKS 


Fin* pong a#l 
Clean. n« rod kite 
TV lamp# 

Elertrlf wall ClOfla 

Soldering kit 

Ping pong let > double 

Item, -O-Mallr lotch 

Elan r alarm rlneka 
Trolling rod* from — 

Tackle t.-o* 

Radar lamp 
Soldering gun kit 
PlathlifMe from 
Air nfta i with arop*» 
Dork decoy*. 

U rifle 

drill 

Clock radio* from 
Admiral aranaiavov 
Admiral ill tranaletor 

,J0 Jd nfle 

Bench grinder iJ-whe 
Baay waaher .ep#el*l) 


WEEK HKD • SITTlNf; 
wire K» platf J»>ae# 


»“ (1) Real Chuq-a-Chuq! 

* ** and real amuka from thia OnMM 

7 •» Pacific 0 d-S lode with 3 

I *n freight cara and amal! L*wn 

:!? aiatlon. 13 telephone potee. 

* teel .<»€ inad on flatcar, 

10 7* 14 pi*<*a of 'rack, loading 

* eat, ramp and 7 rattlt complete 


HED • SITTING ROOM. 
.««• in. Reaeimalde, fh 


COMFORTAHLE room. Hire D» 1MMKDI AT E OCCUPA 
trirt i-|.we .n WefWy Ik'# 4 Mi a. % month Reach DM*' 
Wal'er W't Tnilrh F.V I»l *uU» unmlerruoteo we 

— Murgate and Orchard 7 

WARM I.IUHT norWRRRPINR llvln g i.xnn modem a. 
r.enn all lr"*n.1 »7 pet wrrk. HR bathroom hoi water li 

' ‘ matlc w»*ner anti d M 

TV Phun* LV 3-413 J 


lien eno M ., lr nralln* haMwieid flr».ra 

vired^lar ‘hmughoul Rent St# aUo »ule- 
Mieu lor i«o c»t* nr«k- 

erege KUO Hlamhaid EV 4-anli 

* - CON |«) pRK MONTH — AVAILABLE 
tulle lor Jan i«t D'vel* <t*ainin h.*mr I'at 
ru a'.ove H*1 Htgineay Auii * rrllml 

• t er »4* ,,i a .-..ui-te an.i child Wmat and 

Empreai, furtbi'-f KV FI dm 

OLDER -NTYLK. CIXAN ~J BEDHM 
MODERN lamllr home Eaqutmalt aiea. l*a 
r ., r prr month Immediate occupancy. 

Die inmi H, ulrrm , n „ Company. 1111 Hlaa- 
, pl ahard Sonet BV I-Ull __ 

LIMITED g BOOM DUPLEX OIL STDvi 
in imleil Oar.ig*. Cloae to park «n 
Ca.* Rent ITj Avail* We Jan L 
M4UMHON Call C< micltaal A Co.. LJSS Broad. 
It »* tul'e. BV 4-7741. 


Road 


The 

ORIENT 

1411 Government St 
Phone EV 3-6223 


* LAROE ROOMS SUITABLE 4 

n w.aM aea ROCI* 


(2) The 'Hustler' 

lnduttnal twlicper a) 
ear boxcar c a boote | 
detailed, authentically 

U aaaUaoa W track 4 
only - ■* 


KING TV 


bathrunen*. 


To 

MR LINN A. GALE 

"Merry Christmas 
From Us All" 


NOW AT 1«1J DOUOLAS BT 
Oppogit* Eddy* xv 4-wu 


Laroe J-ROOM HtnTK aixo 
tmell 3 -room tulle both lur- 

m-hed 1W1 th-Mra 


LAROE ROOM 
■ at Hu line** 


FOR THE 

YACHTSMAN 

MARINE COMPASSES 

SUM J CARD TO •" CARD 
PRICED FROM 

$8 75 

SHIP CHANDLERS 
(McQUADE'S) LTD. 

nil Wharf lit 'foot Yataa) 
EV 3-U41 


“« (3) Union Pacific 

'Switcher' 

r* with 13 Piece* <»! 
track 3 placet of 
ray. terminal tecilon, 
uncaupler twitch- 
1 op»i itlng headlight. 
Hobo grate 1 , load 


LAROE mo NT 
■l linen dtahee 


HEAOON HILL 
roum *erm g 

EV 7 -1404 

WARM ALL POUND, KC 
,U* Aletn. 10C7 Johneon 
EV 4-lttll 
3 ROOM BUITC PURNUM1KDOH 
unfit rnlahed Rent IIS. »*l 

moral - 

J nlNOl-E FUUBtBHKD ROOMS AT 
« 04 Queue i Re, alter * pm __ 
WORK- 


A Genuine 

COWICHAN 
SWEATER 

Is on ideal ond 
procticol qdt for any 
member of the family 

Piom 117 SO Up 
Children * *U**-»7 »« and Up 

VISIT OUR NEW 
STORE AND SEE THE 
LAROEST SELECTION OP 
BEAUTIFUL SWEATERS 
IN ALL SIXES AND PRICES 

$44.95 DOMINION IMPORT 
and EXPORT CO. 

*gg JOHNKON *T. EV J-M 


ALSO 

TOASTERS, IRONS 
MIXERS. DEEP FRYERS 
FRY PANS. GRIDDLES 
PERCOLATORS. ETC. 


SAY 

merry 

CHRISTMAS 

with a 

Musical Gift 
EUROPEAN IMPORTS 

GUITAR*, cnmpiet* •«* N * r J — n 
ieinf.*rr*d C**e* 

MANDOUNS Wllh hard ca»»». 
twxh tyiw* 

BUTTON tCCORDlONS. direct 

from Hal* ,M 00 xo •* 1 

AU tpp-quall'r m err land 1*4. Wei 


Phone ADULTS ONLY 

January I Nice u| 

4 room* end LaUi I'* 
eelf-<imlatned end 
uanee Cloee-m. Qt 
BV 4-4**J 

BACH Bt /JR surnp _ 
ta.ned modern automailc electric 
Move and tut# heat and hot water 
luppllet quiet ret.loeir.ial dlatncl. 
clnta buart and »iare* Central 
git EV S-4M3 

1 ROOM SELF CONTAINED SI'ITE. 
WALKING DISTANCE TO TJWN. 
NICELY IlEl't IRATWO AVAIL- 
XbLK NOW N.7 *> MO NKW_ 
>7 LAI t REALTY LTD.. 7W kOItT 


1(19 BURTON AVE. i 
bunk# lo*'. 4 roomt and 

Uaiage. oil rang* Imineill 
tpt.lou l^a-e »70 EV 1-1 
tween « and 7pm pnl». 


DE DUX* BIDB HY HIDE DU- 
ulet date In. I bedroom* fire- 
niece elect Mi tlov* rrlrlgeratoe, 
caruort autuma'lc r'lertrlc heat. 
IPO Phone OR 7- 3714 

LAKE HILL ARE* ATTRACTIVE 
t room modern bungalow Early 
or, i pane* HIO p»r mcmih. 

Hei.termea * Co. 11*1 Blanahard. 
EV 3-4141 


ALL FOUND. 

EV 1-an.ii 

"clean FURN 1BHED. 
141 Medina EV J-074J 

WARM "FURNISHED 
,ge*at'.i 1«* Bflmotu 

K MIDDLE AilED LADY. 
11W Ibnkland Avenue 


j RCK>MM 
tng perttm 


with 7 car* ta*d) lo run. 14 
piece* of track terminal tec- 
tinn. ratler, un coupler, 

awiichman engineer, fireman 
ttobo biakeman load of atake*. 
cattle rattle ramp operating 
headlamp illuminated number 
panele rattle car. boaegr flat- 
car with I'M lobk refrigerator 
rar. nopper car gondola car, 
ranof.e, powerful road d e»el 
engine Her# ie complete MIL 
niarttnf lor 
only — — 


tt mu h i 
gi* uo 


MAKE IT A 
MARINE XMAS 


J-BEDRM 


available JAN 1. 

alde-bt -aide duplex o 
dinette Full bimat. 
nil heat, dr-in garage 
JIM Foul Bat Rd EV 


FI ATS AND APART 
MENTS TO KENT- 
FURNISHED 


Deck Mardwar# Kit* 'Bngedl 
Oomp*»»ea - Bpeednmrter* 
Light* - Cu*hion* 

Fuhing Tack la 

New ‘M Evlnrude Outboard Mo'om 
Com* In and »tow*a Around 

SURFACING PRODUCTS 

A MARINE SUPPLIER LTD ' 
415 Ya'e. 8L tS UW 


WESTERN 
MUSIC CO 


LOW WINTER RATES 


i 4eha«nan and Victoria ground (lour »ui 
rge Kuad. two mile* from meni building 
oi ru. on Mi* rnuta. Hale* p, r g Rrni »»* 
elc Rvenrthlng *tipp*'»« ing tar*g* Hag 

'-JSTL tV 4 05,1 - 

Victoria Court. EV4-948X pandora and 

- — | irlet L» t *e t 

■BQ HIM ALT duple*, oil an* 

tlahed 3-iuom *ell-ron water oil heat. 
»t. twin bed*, elector g«* per montb_ 

;tr»c relrlgeralnr °'JO- vac AST ONE 
,t immediate naaMwh* yAtArrr <».,» 
m_LvaU EV7-.M7 

S HELP CONTAINED neat and w# 
..edroom* ruet^ac M ' tr ' »ilu * "'""'N 

VIEW SUNDAY 
blk Parliament 
■elf - ran., J 

entrance* g*« 
garden *** 


tow baeement. drive in garag*. 
On hue line View Royal 17*. 
EV 4 1917 

'll I il HY MIT. DUPLEX TWO 
hedi.mm* Ml per m -nlh Avatlablg 
Jan 1 1 me rtilld arrepfed. I’h-in# 


XMAS GIFTS 

FROM 

WOODWARD'S 

779 Pandora EV 2-8932 
BICYCLES 

gglertlon of nr» model* 
“ Junior and regular 
-ire, with roae'er brake* 
or hand brake *IH» 
l-ipeed raring typa 
blrrcle* priced 

from 

$39 95 to $55.95 

par praritral ChrU'ma* «»*»“«.• 
wide •elee'inn of «cvnd need *P- 
plianr** and demnnuritlonar 

floor lurnlin- 

inii 


HALL-FAIRFIELD 

lOna-Btoo Mini* Central 

BARGAINS 


Revel 'B' Power Station 

$14 95 

vradei railroad ut'***n*\m^ 
rinrter rnneeyqr* ele»*ted 
yard offlc« w»tertn« uiwer. 
briAgee eemlphor*. I*’""' 

sr^r..,-- $l3 ° 

SHELL-CRAFT KITS 

In «m*r( . plaatte r.aae* Pro- 
tect*. epmpleie with tl»*true 
Don* lot making .mart. no»el 
earring* broorhe* Ea*y. fun 
with «*leeled anelu and all 
nereaaary tool*, from 


TWO DUPLEX** Cl OUT, TO 
transportation and Cnlwoad. suit- 
able *• a Whole, or nuiatag home. 

OR 9-1941 


AND TWO BXD- 
, in new de Ju«e four 
w-haol* Nlee grounrt*. 
Ur *uonl*ed 190 and 
EV 7 MM 

VACANT NOW l 
Dldg* ground, 
room* bath, own 
_ range parking, 
j /|i| Supenur 

UHOUNU- FLOOR ONE- 
eulie. electric *to*e 
at and hut w»'*r **'u- 
} b month oak h“T 
lal January EV 4-994J 

HI rf»: AVAIL 
G»* rang,' u'*" 
Ok dialon* e 
E*i 0b every I lung 


GIVE HER FLOWERS 


FLOWERING PLANT BROOKLANDS 

Alw.r. in r»°d IM«* MOTORCYCLE SALES 

937 F«:t St * v , 

THE POSY SHOP “ . 

431 Fort at XV » "Automotic Rodios 

mmmmmmmmmm fu ^ 

FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 

BWWkWWWWVaHSW \,,*Z 

PARENTS ! -^^H^ 010 

Now with school out *• 1 
have a look ot your stu- x**wa**i»w 

dent’s school binder ond X MAS DECORATIONS 
decide whether you could 
do qood work with tools 
in this condition. If un- 
happy about it call at 
Johnson Leather Goods, 

1121 Douqlos, and see 
our new, unconditionally S)( 
quoronteed pigskin ( t, 
school binders 
Remember, still time for 

Xmas. < 

We also repair school - 
binders professionally. jj 

JOHNSON 

.. LEATHER GOODS LTD. 

1131 Dnufla* III 

Oupwote Eatnoe 


Musical Instruments' 

Hundreds of new and used 
men'* tn chon*# f rom-faaturlng 
well-known name brand* 

Nrlrate mu*te l«*»nn» «»»*« •" 

n>e*t *n instrument* 

|n*t rumen l* *1»« lot rent— with 
1 leaaun* 

Complet* repelr dept. 

Record »al# continue* 

All label* 

hall-fairfield 
. MUSIC CENTRE 

j 719 FORT ST PHONE EV * 9143 

m v* w* ** *** *«' w >»' *• 

i FOR HER 

•SIMM 

STAG? 

TIME 1* BO SHORT 
l c DON T PANIC OR MOTT 
1 (jo TO QUADRA AND PORT 
r WHERE MAE WtlX REPORT 
D Thet Monrtar nigh! we ar, 

haring a reoeal peTfcrman'-r 
bl our STAG NIGHT' 

• pm t« 


h Cetitral 
itiplletl fiob 


$699.95 

Term* *nd Tiad# 
u are invited u> •»*•» 
arciu*ion of our hi 


BEDROOM 


LARGE 2HO-IM 
gig,. Her Jhh 
<,niraJ*re: «n ,'Hn 

JulHlee Hnai'l 1 *' 
fiajrul KV 4 

IKIXiM SUITE NEWLY fiFCOR- 
air.1 JuhUrr dlMOrt W 5**/J'2 r - 
he at light water mt'iiiled AdMUf. 
KV JArtA 

FOUR LARGE JWJoSm AND BATH 
FwH h(i( Hfiplfl 

m.i inn rvnllla* EV JIW 

SUITE MOflEltN APARTMENT 
near St J'»^h • Adulu Phon 


KENTS LTD 


$ 1 19 i« De It 

OUTBOARD 

MOTORS 


BOATS 

and 

1958 JOHNSON 

OUTBOARD MOTOR* 

New 1959 Johnson Vt-h P 
Reduced «r> - ” 

New 19M Johnson 1'**»® 

Reduced U> - w '' * 

New t949 Johneon *n-h P 

Manual * ,,w '* 

VOLLRATH 

Hearing Kit complete with Pulley* 
fastener*, spring* rah.e 17* *5 


KW 1110 I 


XMAS GIFTS 


OAK' BAY 
rreim* iM «ui*rtwwn teail-ln-wmll 
ra-per nilO-MalM- lauwlr* f»rll- 
e. C N M -uegueC" KV 4 9911 

«r Patrick MonxfiB % rrnnkl 

laingabrw -,el heel alove and frig. 
A, lull* ,ml> «» The Rnval Trurt 
Si EV 1-4134 


red model* lh»i 
In derail *nd 
power lor vour 


Elerlrlr power 
are authentic 
wtth lot* of 
model hnata 


CHROME MARIN F- DECK 
HARDWARE IN C.IFT CARTONS 
Kav, gallon Light KID. I Running 
Light* and Anchor Ugh", 
rhr'ene j»i*'H 

Waiet >ki» .rod A<re*»orve«. 
S'eering Wheel Kill. 

• <|tee,|i meter* ... 

renpauH, and anprovad Life 

Savins Cushion* 

Come In and Browse 
Our Display Room . . . 
See the Mony Attrac- 
tive Mormf Gifts 
Available 


$2 50, $2 95, $3.50 

STOCKING 

STUFFER 


RAY SELF-CONTAINED 1 


OAK 

artr' 1 ' alove HI M> Wl»h rw«? '.yr 'll" 

REDECORATED J ROOMS LARGE aide Jan 1 
kurhen b.th, ran.. I4» Thon. H| 

EV7-49*. _ _ fooB1 vara 

SELF-CONTAINED 3 LAROB RMS. r,n m o fi 
ga« a«»*e healed »»» P*r met,-. - 

w ( Heath 933 Yale* » R‘H M 


Table Th«u»*nd* of 
Idas* prlrad fmiR 


FLECTRIC 


MAE MEIGHEN billion heated 17TU_Yalr» 

•HO FORT rr XV J 9314 jaMES HAY FRONT RUTTK SUIT 

EuggeellWM for «‘«t» IB Hnttne rr-uple 147 Oman.t_rV >-l 
hbu*ecoat* hoatery and »ungm« VArA|ri HO W I TWO ROOMS 
gyjamae r k.irlienette Suit reupl* BV 4 70'I 

WARM. UPSTAIRS. 1 3 ADULTS 

— - • mi ,u» KV 1 IHJ7 

lLJ. 129 FltATS AND APART- 

MENTS TO WCNT— 

C.una m and let tu jjelp | NFI ’BN1SHKU 
tl» flna «e*ing machine that won ^ 

her moai-ai a MidaH V« 

• an afford Then forget It We will 
g.fi a rap d ami drllter IM" »•«*[ 
iltme in lime Inf Xmaa ■ Pay menl* 

• • i,rw a* 17 U per wee* • 


HOBBIES & CRAFTS 

741 VIEW ST EV 17X73 
DECEMBER I* I* »3 *3 

Open 9am to 9 p m 


NEW DUPLEX. 3 NKDROOMS. 
automailc h»at partly turnl*h»4. 

GRI 1103 

4 Ri v >M HOUSE NEAR NADEXj 
PI ir-nlMy ll«9 Lmhley «r phrem 


OETT7HO IT AT 

'WOODWARD’S" 

YOUR BEET O CAR ANTES 


ANGUS MARINE 

3390 DOUOLAB IT EV 4-7! 


1 .AIM IF • ROOM HRI.F CW1 A*", 

rd 0ipunil fM*or J»v» 

Ttllltiffft 

faiklikld sf.it Contained 4 

r-,m tM'pr-l dupfe* |,.> Ilea* -tgld 
and water ten lulled LV 4 :v.di 

» HiatMd SKI.1 O iNTAINKD I 'U 

«Uir« *i»al"d. B* * m'inih VR - - 

PARTVENTB -OOHHER |ll(m w ,.„ r.V 1*17 

rT.Sr"^‘V^ de U’XK 13 «f|TK 

Jd rrm.ere— a.-.m *-"'» fttg F.V «7 ►ernh.ll 

Mile unly. rent '« •'“! 7 „,u)V." OROURD n.OOH, CBN- 
tral EV 3 3*97 evening* 

t surr* ELBC STOVE svacr k>T 3 BEORDOMk 9X4 
MfirpliV iwd HWI.eat XW Ad ul'« RVMW EV ? *A'v4 

'anuery V'c’armirhael * TTO! ELIZABETH « n,F ;‘ rT TS 
Broad Street EV 4-7*41 K V De lux* Iruom *Ultg. TWOHKDItOOM MUIMJAUIW. 

” shLF-OONT A tNED. 1 *»*wnaj awn ■ rr- JohtW.m A Co KVSML 

H* Be-lrlc range and 
r Heated 179. Flionr 

or rm9-li»* ‘ “ 


DUPLEX 4 ROOMS AND B 
eat renge oil heat Available 
IM OB 9 • 1949 

THREE- HEDHOOM. BRAND 
oi. heat Dr„)gl»*-McKen*l# 

trirt KV 4-9193 

T Ki erM MOU5IK FOR RENT. 


14B0 GOV'T ST. 


WHY MINK FTP! 


mltur. ^0 RE PE0PLE 
BV iwi ys£ CLASSIFIED 

ONS ANY OTHER KIND 

"••82 ADVERTISING THAN - 

m M.« EV 2-3131 OR EV 3-41 II 
JUST PHONE 

SOLVE YOUR GIFT PROBLEMS 

BY CHOOSING FROM 

THE CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE 


Pt>Y8 FOR 
r* opt crime* 
la onlv ** 
ftee our «tn- 
T43 F»tt * l 


WE HAVE IT- IT 
year* ne*er we* 
from e*d "I Herne 
■ •id phiMren »«»• 11 
dnw Kent* Ltd 
rt 3-7104 


XV 14B7Y 


THHKK HROROOM HOI 'EB ‘ML- 
o Ma'i, heal phew XV 4 4913. 

CnHIerVA BAY. 4 ROOM BOI SX 
|*i miinth GRI 1431 

DUPLEX J* O iRMVALL «T. 


A I.IMITCO QUAN- 
n i Chriatma* «*<►•*- 
with 

ate Hruultt $** *4 
15 Kent a Ltd 743 right down 
3.4144 ® ur » 


"ilLENl.AKE FIR FARM 
* ike Rnart Drlv, 
to Glen Laae. 
Olen Lake Rni 


Muirmr table* » 
Card table, like new 
Electric eewtng marh 
a walnu' cabinet 
Walnut writing table 


HOUftKS 

WANTKI) TO BENT 


14; A VINO rOR etlBOFE’ 
al family arriving frnm Ol- 
1 January. need furnleneS 
3 bedroom* *bo*il • Profit 1*9. 
ixxt bond in aaeur# good tar* 
» ,«u rv away Vlttorla Freaa. 


WITH umos no BUY 4-NOOM 
Bicdern mingaic* J bed r worn a. 
full baremenv. Oil O k** 1 '* 
preferably I* Willow. dlatrlrl. 
Will pav up 14 •»* P*r wont*. 


HOUSES TO HUNT 
FURNISH KD 


GltOUND FI.OOR BtTTTE. 132 


art batn Ga* »i«»* 
Table After » P * I*’ 


HOTKleS 


ROTF- 1 .S 


MOVING AND 

hauling 


107 CARS an.l TRUCKS 
WANTED 


"bxvxrlky HOTEL 
to efly centra MuderaU «wt*a 
Trap* tent and permanenl rje*»A 
hcMarkeeiJInt Oe>m* TVrh uwn * 
IB Yiia Pimm EV 4 wU- _ 

THE OI-EVsHTXL ■■ ' 

A reahlemial hra*4 

i..rt la elderly paopl*. XV L4144 


EACH DR1V* Oak Rev Fully 
furnished tan bedim upper du- 
ple* 113* per n* All mill tie* 
loti Adult* anlr 
IJADR-A BTRKXT HUh Ouedi* 
Fully furnlahed i wa-bedrm hmija 
Au'a oil beat garage TV etc 
Adult* eBiy Available far 1 
mot on lease aammenclBg Dec 
l»th lUM Per mu 

Contact Rental D*p« 

■a * k ikthK HBOW umitcc 


AUTO FINANCING 
and INSI RANCR 


PERMANENT ROOMS 
LOWEST RATES 

Abundant h«a w«ier and hcaL 
Teieph.me and elmatnc P^Ytoa 
Fir# raautanl F#*» r>*ana a valla bU 
i: «r. » waak. 

Royol Olympic Hotel 

943 JOHI4MN PHOXK K V 4 1UI 

JAMES BAY HOTEL 

Moderata rate*, dally weekle 
monthly with or without •>•*-* 
170 Oofernment It 
Pbona IV 4-1111 

Ritx Hotel 710 Fort St 

rUrfMBHKD APART ML?* IV ARD 
KUUMS - EV » im 

Elevator 9arvtra Pwtnanwm 


BY VKTKltXft A.4D WIFE. I RMA 

unltim-aned wnll. plumtang Reewm- 

•Mf III rtly I WlU* prfnviftfBu 
* Wan* B * 994 

WANTED TO RENT IMMEDIATE^ 
It ur/umlehed l-«**e » 3»mea Itef 
or rv*e m Rnaeenent. furr^re g«r- 
egr Careful IrnaiP* XV 31440 

UNFURNISHED 7 - HEDRt/'M 
lv««e Mt *»d' "If by v.ajng <-wpM 
with ] cMtdraa M Midi __ 

NAVAL omCKR KKqUIRXB TWO 


" QUICK CASH FOR txxjp 
Shall cars, sf.e kkn. 

lyVXRSKA* CARS LTTJ. 
1119 YATES. ABOVE COOK 


MOONEY'! auto body shop. 

7 v» 41TT Comptau jotllalon rw 


OM OPPXJt DUPLEX t40 
raraa* and heat Corner 
,„g t «tk Plea** Phene 

lid nr_FV >-19» 

y REDECORATED 1RF.D- 
eulie it*' Hide, aulranelle 
r.red Mr TV Oer.gr 


WANTED 1*14 FORD 
lagan 4 rvllnder alar 
Will pal r*«h Vlrl< 
Bn* 144* 


IM AUTO FINANCING 
M d INSURANCE 


OOTIAUI* •*»* 
CAMPXITFR 


nmN19HED CABIN KKATINO 

191 ’ 


CAR BUYERS 


errri BXAtmnnjioani 

rvpen*ee um tree lo Frmrt» mar- 
ried c «plr far care e*de<1jr maB- 
No am, A n* rut fwlrp* 4^*» 

Ft LLY H RNUtHED 

ent. 4W< waaher *1* mn " ,nJ| 

V u I at ,a Prew* fV>* 1543 | 

BFAUTTPtrL W ATIRPBOHT 

Some dh.wn.a-n 

niabed aulo-nll heal KV MF 4 _ 

BIXCALDW " nuv MOOIM. 

wtulra Mb# Iknrh •irvW IPInry 


I Jan I EV 4 79* 

: N A N T 9 * CALL 
EV J 9544 .Nornarga. 


3 OR 1 

dlatrlrl *> 


VACANCY 
TV P" r 
b«* rv t 


127 HAI.I.S, STORKS m*4 
OFFICKS tn RKNT 

agr HjClUt OFFICE* 

tooa«i MM «« Y.4^a f* 


AND BOARD FOB WORK- 
n tat a month Like home 
i making FV »^79«l 

AND BOARD DUTCH MAN 
■an Available immodiaiely. 


READ FREIGHT AND 


CORDON 

hem a abnifl — 
ta trewrv Phma 


SMALL CARS 

Pnrenaaml ter Caan m 
■OLD OB COHK1CHMENT 


GLEN COURT HOTEL 

I • amt lira HR dlanahanitorai 
PH~ tV VMM KV VHMI 


IN fiYTTACE* 
Trailer epacw. 


117 BALIA STOCK* and 

OFFICES te KKNT 


Ml MORTGAGE LOANS 145 


• FOR RENT 

In Modern Office Bldg. 

GROUND FLOOR 

Fort and Govt. St. Area 

4000 Sq. Ft Heated 

I 

,> Available Jan., 1959 


Rentol Dept. 
Pemberton. Holmes Ltd 


PRIVATE MORTVACS FUNDI 
I a*. lain# .i.tn^d uutr or 
amaU invup'i A Bernard A Ok | 
Ud <Jb e *n Street. EV 4ISJA _ 

142 VSAMT.il TO 

BORROW I 

INVEST YOUR IDLE 
FUNDS IN 
1st MORTGAGES 

T*e f>ili nv.ng •* * er.eraliei id it *e 
we have In dir? 

II at TS % fepaialde l» per 

tlpmlh. 

r: Mo «■ V%, rr|t*> AM# m per , 

irtnnth. 

IS •*" el 7'o% lepeyelMi MS per 
month 

It -A. «t TV repa>aWe »4J pc-' 

mu ml it 

tw |tortl>rai#n about three nv-rt- 
gage* ami nllaera. n«w.l l.*HS 
WMTMAN MertBMf IVf Hurt tv 
were. n He-urli.e* J VtrWla 1.1*1.. » 

III Ya ** el flr-wt EV $-#741 '34 
b'«r leiepteme aervue* 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


KER & STEPHENSONi 
LTD. 

exclusive 

NEW 

LUXURY 

APARTMENT 

BUY MOW FOR TOP RETURNS 
ON YOUR INVESTMENT REN- 
TALS MOW MUNO OOCLRCTRD 
ST KER A STEPHEN 8* JN LTD 
CAN RE HANDLED FOR 

$30,000 


|M LXPKN.SIV E OFFICES AlNiVK 

1 1 Aprm^r i Slier*. Oivera meat Si 

HeliirnMn A C.a UB Hlanahard 

e SHeet K V Ml€t 

. WANTED TO BENI STORE 
7 doe mown li» e*4ablUlt*d reiall 
l buatnaa* VWtorU Cm*. B»a Ml 

. lie MUMFI.IANKOLS | 

TO REN • 


OPPORTUNITIES 

CHINESE 

PRODUCE 

PEDDLERS 

MADE TO ORDER 

MOlir 1*1.1 B STORAGE SURD 


— FOR rVKTHF.R PARTI CI-ARS 


PA’ EMIL A L 

TIME 

KER * STEPHEN SOM LIMITED , 
Ki» Government St 


145 II1INICM 

OPPORTU NITIE S 

8 SU ITES [ 

AUTO COURT SITE 
PARTLY FURNISHED 
Gross Revenue. $5,500 
EXPENSES $800 

Vance.#*** lalan.1 V.ctoitd. Uw 
Capital C1t> Inrnlminl • »e* 
a. tawing U*. and eojwylni a lira- 
M«tc location All unit* built in 
laal I# *rar» Katerlor el the 
building* it white aiucco All ar* 
In an ekcellen' alaU ol repair and 
attractive!* dtceraiad Hit 
ground* ara In fir»t-*laA* condi 
Om. Ian* and w»l] laadaraped 
eiun p l»>ii v al room fbr develnp- 
manl. and blarktouped du*»*»»* 

. Thl* could ba hard. ad lei SIS #Oe 
down An nuuianding ei.poftuialif 
l« get eotabtiahed in iDU bwaine** i 
at a •mall lavea'menl Thl* "III I 

Tiznzr “ $37,ooq 


1M HOUR US FOR ftAIJCflM HOC’S R* FT>« RAII^IM BOUBBfc FOR RAIJS 


BYRON PRICE 


III* OO AURA STREET 


FAIRFIELD 

Neai and caar bungalow I t-l 
from hi Thlt apolte** •-Tt-nld 
luun* «M*»lt(* #f I be*lr*n> Ige 
IJI lg* «ab-ei#e kit with dining 
area lilllRy, *lO'Rg» rm < In all 
appruk I. IM *o II nl ciimfer tanlr 
lltlngt Auto oil brat. woekahwp 
plu* i«» »*p ga> »i# B due>#d on 
a nice quiet alrrat Uu* la a 
bomr rou II h* proud to own I 
SACRincE prick « 1 l Ann 
ellh II M0 dn ti * 1 < OUU 

call KV ‘ lllf tor DOR VK , 
CORN IBM in EV )-7Blb 


Ker 

Stephenson 


NEW 2 BR 


$1000 

DOWN 

PAYMENT 

IMMEDIATE POBSISbMN 

1839 Kings Road 

b ro m>> ,*r** a*rd-n. fruit urt*. 
Oat. line border Ter pirah'jtai* 
litrair btiona A L 

IV J H ford 


PEMBERTON 
HOLMES, Ltd i 

ESTAHt.lSHKO IW? 
ton CONTRSMr.NT • EV HIM 

UPLANDS 

SECLUSION 
EARLY POSSESSION 

Quality l»m»e nl ***•< wu* prwfrnr 
1 (H>i « and r\qu*aite BtmolbimeRM 
l(e<wtH«m hell, diawhid rrxn ltuOJ 
ft ■» dn nrriuare and Ptrnrh iVaHW 
•KWftlnt uflin a ;eim wllh a t»r* 
.,1 the neiri ad>»,ninc dinim n**m, 
ISXlS ft., den wUb fir^dR'T rlfctrir 
tut' hen ? l<c iwader nren al^ 
maki » mom •* i he mala rv«r 
p relit qieu at airway In large maater 


IM HOUHKH FOR SALE (folottlfil 11 . 

Sunday . Dec. 21, If St , 

BOORMAN'S IM HOl'SKK FOR KALB » 


HOLIDAY SPECIAL 
$11,500 
LOW DOWN 
PAYMENT 

My client* ara open te an «rfrr 
on the initial payment — mafba 
taut* would l»» accented Mndern 
Saanich ociagatov an Ihru-hnll 
plan with Urga LR 1 MtrllyiU 
bed - witu W te w carpeting targa 
kiuityn with dining area E\iU 
high batemeni with rwmput roeoi I 

55*. „ $11,500 

T Smitn. rea rv « 732» 


Frank A. Martin 
Agencies Ltd. 

ItM RLANHHARD ST. 

BRAND NEW 
HOMER ST. 
NHA 6°o 

SEE TH* »"LAKS n> THIS I LIVE- 
LY ) UEl'ROOM N H A HO^. 
EtATURINO FULL n«EMm, 


ElA TORINO FUU. nA^EMfNT. 

MOVE IN 


Your Choice of 3 Homes 


HOUANY DOORS VANtTY ASD 
V ALLANCBS nfiVI IN OARAOE 
CLOW TO BUB AND SCHOOLS 
LOVELY VIEW I ON HEWUt 
PAVED TTREKT f 


» r.tern Securtlic* nf Vtrlorla 
Ltd EV s-rm 


ARTISTIC dUNoALO 

a ,rv$,,4 ‘ yc m^ .h. run s,k. .f| oak bay 1 

REVENUE $3,000 1 ».r. I. a bun,.!,.. -HI, . ..y.t /I’^’^rrga^'n ^ $8500 

••Suit* Apt Hou*. g" mt s ^ 

GORGE AREA JJJ? ; ceme^, 'dX. °/e kitchen ...d piped for mate m lmsit> WMnrr an.1 ■kg air’YimV 

_ mnaiet t-cnico' buy* run h.uirrnt hire car- iwivaev AttrartiYe - r n/\ t ure. including p*f »" nrai. 

PARTLY FURNISHED T, ‘' , * 00! *•“ Ml nft " d»n RVERTTHINO IN BPuTlW term* Price $39,500 Nlttd lor ran.e. y*tr* 

riTr FUona I.leyd Tinkham eltiee OOYDITIOR ,»*uwie- Mra Shirlet K\' ♦«:« 8R ,n . #I S 

AUTO COURT SITE 1IVLMU or rt-» rvi-»w«any Price eulf ur KY ««*»' oenlhfi fV*" *PR1C V ** $11,900 

or Trailer Park ^10 ROO > bay ii*" p , ‘• , rumpu* 

fared lur Uia Ilia* time i* Mitf ...... 4* I v, JUu RomiYiftil C\r\re\f>r\ ’ »»» peeoraBiU via* 


, FOR YOtTR PARTY OR RiK'FP- IIOMT 1*1.1 8 ETOII.Vr.F; Slir.D 
r Uon rent a Wurlltaar Wt bay# , , a*. 

. e(> u num b a' U H lallau T>ir hrmie la a fine J ra-,|rr-en, full 
Aiw, u SI.T punch ar>l '•■.■.jaime Igf 


AUTO COURT 
TRAILER SITE 
PAT BAY HIGHWAY 
SIDNEY AREA 

BS.lW DOWN - V> ** DOWN 


or Trailer Park 


WHh^pmlue hem a leu e third { j barroom Mucoo auntaluw full With JuSt $2800 DOWO 

baHmon' *wllim.«m »ull> fin Lw.rment all beat, elnaa It, bu* READY TOR OCCUPANCY IN 

I’b.'l h*.e»neiyi >vtth aalra rwwn, Md , lofr , , nd 00 ly II.M0 « MONTHS 

and I-i»- tmih OH b*,i WAiar hen' wuu. CQC1AA Al*"l 


ruriv rriirtar and bungalna nub all modern (aa- 


BRAND NEW 


P»ai ne am* Mr* Khirlet EV »E|;* 
in EV Ik**** r.mlng* 


i“”. irTsa. 5!r.",'u.rr, gosworth and 

BR in high baaamanl ».' $00 _ . . , „ „ 


Offyrad la* ilia ln*t Mina i» litia 
airaljant »-*Uiia apl houaa eai n 
tuna being *pai lou* *'iri rredlly 


. lad. pa. numb rup* amt alsaaea l" ' « ' *•' ' -lii i I ' »•"> !• Enj .y.ng dw e "w m-jat atrataaie rentable barauaa ul lu location 

f run* in' «aucar» i(a*t,aon» Per an, I a family .if ••'•inel etecinr l.wa'f, ,*•• in Vara^aivar lalaml we Owner* firing quarter* rnnalai of 

- y m. r ra*arvatltm caff Jimmy kl hen Tf» *he.t la ecnwnl fV. red ,rf/ ef (,« gacMalv^Y at nargam llfthg room flrf|>larp. 1 beiUm-im 

“ LUlle a Mare J01T Quadra Kt and aturru firnaiied with r-wighly prUra I hi a Iwtiae yRlh ] large bin-hen There are 1 *uite* un 

. IV MU] " ' *■' If' *l’.r t Ip .e-u- Sedt-x-mt. jr 'Ivina roi-m flrefilaie main lloor 1 -w* aecono Suite* 

* - raniait he iturdh alad fnr fl$Wl and atu. ,o e«|e'IOi Tw.. wlf -contained ar * |„ need Of aome radacoralli,* 

, WARKHOOSK J.kOO M FT |) lr . .•».,! u< are d* I A CAA *ni,i». wnllt'h ar- , anted al the au , 0 rl,a will lx redmed lu gauu- 

- Phone Park tvuia II er writ# Mid- a,w„y „ n u i IU/DUU P' awn, time Inriwdeil I* It acre* ln , h >rr fYi'ra ara double derp, 

laland Dia<rtbutnra L*d Bui 111 „ n (rrm4 - of perkllta land wlUt fir tre** i*ak OI , M ,aahle for deaa ypnyaot or 

1 ParkavlUn ' freea <1 ,\cwa>« Un In t'» nrre* r-or . Many fruit tree* 

I T7: i ik A v w Call RM Rer. e. KV $ *7*5: r.r, iw i.a'cha.rd li da.lred -xa'ing , rr ^ holJ „ „ n e. Pull 

1 141 MOK7(»AC*h LOANS y; •« rV’iK*' |» w"« lhr rs*g devei omeiw of aumaailr nil lira’ 

! , - ■ - — - — Sidney, new v\«*nukgi<yi b ate . . _ - - - 

MONEY TO LOAN FAJRMKLD REALTY Ml Cia.k St iLlL^Ptelupnl fw^allrri I* $15*800 

’ *wva the fallowing artvuriia and up In U in X *, -j AAA Conlscl I V RD SAUNDERS »»•- 

-15^ a*,™ HSR* reM pn e 5 I J.yUU # |„„ or Sunn*-. FV «-•*»• 

&MS S'52 ftao US ADA DTXACMT < Cl * a i KM <A' >dkr« K'»**»***iern s^umlas <rf virt*.r». 

, n»w« ArAK MtN IVMHI Surlhw.,-at n Seville. Lid EV *-«7*l 

I Current Rate. V fnlere.t f U / HV f mh. nf \ a Ud K 4 MM Sunday* 

i . Ro Delay* - «RNrb Deriemn* Lugury ll-.uK* bloc* eimtalning . . . 

BROWN BROS. A (JEM CIES , 1*0 ana «ne-b*Srrtt>m aelf **n- IKJ^'OAAP TAX 

LIMITED tallied »*we* ftnuaiad in a choir* — I I 'tL.L/lVi L. I ' ' ' x 

*L .,«n I PM *M* . «gM W* -*M 


THINKING 

of 

BUILDING? 


Xaclutfve 

Mr Sperd EV > 1*11 *nium». 


MOVE IN 
FOR CHRISTMAS 


Beautiful Garden 
Semi-Bungalow 

A n»dlculini*li rarrd fur *• lari «eml- 

•n*ngal"W «f top ifUalMy iwikmun- 

• l*tr> allualrd in a tu-aui ifull> land- 
.i y ik -1 garden ..mamefal Irwea 
and frul- ’tee* In a bit. 7a* It*' Thl* 


BR in high baaament I.* S00 
dawn will handle t 1 1 O00 
PULL PRICK ^ 1 1 fXUU | 

J OAK HAY V rm» p u* rumpu* 

1 era Old, poooraatlc vlaa 

mom wm . $ l 7 950 

handle ~ JI/,T JU 


OAKLANDS 
NHA 6% 
VERY CLOSE IN 


F Long. BVI-7II*; raa IV1BH ^ JT* HOMt 

C Kelly «V J-1114; re. E%' J «ke« pp j%i u R t NO°P U 1 ■ L RASP-MYNT 

MfufOOAN Y DOORS VANITY 


OAK BAY 

RANCH TYPE 


AND VA1.LANCM DRIVE IN 
OAKAOK AND VERY CLOSE TO 
BUB *ND SCHOOLS SIDEWALKS. 
SKIVER AND PAVFP ROAD 

$13,900 


EM Ml NOERS. Horthw»*iern saruntlea af Vlihiria 


APARTMENT ^ ”«•' 


SI 2,900 


LIMITED 1 tamed •mte* Rnuaiad in a rhoira 

IliS Blananatd M. KV kdTTl rrr al • re demanding top rent* i 

' N , 1 h# 1 a*e*i da.tgo and 

ARK YOU RECEIVING MxaIMLY • und-proofad Too ahouid "at in-. 

;m> ui-i,t* >«i uae iminnra owing Ih 'in the lull pflfe lit k"U may 
you froan ih* aate uf yiatr peiiadv handle Irarta roo-’deraij Pirate 

Here la ytiair itiancr lu get Immrdl- niiuti: Umar firran for full or 


e ii f «* r r » .w - • ^ V(rl , irM| U|J EV * »«j* Sundai i 

Luaury ll-aplt# bl««# nwitalnlog • nl * 

!•■> and one-hrdrnoin *rlf.enn- 


INCOME TAX 


UNDER $9500 
TERMS 


HIGH RETURN 
LOW COST 


If rou made * caniiel gain *a|Jlng dCAfi HOWISl 
your apar tn.eni block or duplet $DUU UW VV I N 


your aparttr.eni block o, aupiet 
you *lkOulr1 ia»aa* «*efnr* lh» and 
of the year to beat the Income 

W» hate I BRAND NEW 7-mlra 


lull PTM e Jit' r V 

Down pavmarn aa <uw aa II Ml 
To view plaa*e i>h>ine 
RbRT DAYMIN 
P IH'ik KV k 1*11. KV 1 '■>!$» 


OAK BAY 


Oil-O-Motic 

Bungalow 
$9750 Full Price 


Tu< (rd *»ay Irani the note# nf $13,900 

traflir. In a uutel location .oath f'"'* . r> 

of the Aeenue UiU t* an ideal With Ju$t $2300 Down 
ho uw lor retired peuola »r a jiiaiunr im 

until l a rally BulH le** than a RkADY RiJR «? C V 1 .kJ 2. C L.. ,1 
year a«a It baa attractive II* In, three irrnui* Por lofhjer detnilk 
roiam with Roman Ul* Brick lire me abne* nleaae rail l 

C ace dinlbc room iwo good -dr a (]R k-JMO or L Wardle OR WJ*«, 
droom* large electrlr kitchen ol m/fl w KV »-«70« 
with oeauulullv flnlaheit Arl*Ol1U 

enn liter* and mafcagant cabinet* l 

^oLS^t f- 2“3 qq! XMAS PRESENT 

R P Harrta, KV I-71J* $ 1 S00 DoWfl 

Re. OK 7-1*0* MI.I1 


lot jr»ui equily CunUd tall* at EV .* ISk.V ret KV a *771 Thla converted well t ,"alPgftad toar , m , n i block wCC rvnrt 

EKIC I HAItMAM J H Whlllome k Co Llmtlad »ir .•rauainc.) fully omiy.ied II au.i# ff* ^ 1 $55,000 

agrr M'*rt*ag,- l>«*. apanmnd i* only a five- minute IO ’ . .... 

rwffEKN SKCUKTilKS 04 _ dm* Iner* duwn'.'.wn Comptetaty Buy IHIa «me hef, nre it a in« .at 


j roonia, P*rr h.mi fiimar# 
cement fonndalion. high loca- 
tion 1 mile* trim Cll* centre 


w , » vr i ■ A fife enra 1 »k .... — 

- (Kara *r.d U.IO Male rx.l.ig -D.. re ft* 1 fJ77 P\^\A/NI , U»‘h« 'O®" 1 *»- d d *"' n * 

ABOVE LANSDOWNE la iKn. hall l«kl» livir,/ i-m ‘.rm >> I v / / UUVVlN 1 area thra.igU hall J-pep fcbth 

m r iliMfif TiFtin, ’ i fahovin 2 Mdroi* h)ct 

IMMEDIATE PO&Sfc&blOr* • r«rt**r htiM*m«'nl mill Ifm M* ’^i|fr k irT\A/ K 111 A npm liuialail i»ri hi ft) 4aufe>fl W 

Se.uufui 1 -ye.r-atrl at.icrq and »lMVMaHe atr-cnabUIMMIkg fur (N t W IN M A •«. garden 3 bik. Ua More, aad 

„a, n - 4 .in. k ti* ii Inin- 1^^ • ff 07CA •clir^aj tort rlftil ©n T)\i* Unt Tnt 

!'.•? go 7aud» K.F u, 7 \ 1 1 T'i *©•' S97b0 TUDCP RPnenOM^ ©•©•©!• Elir©««!v© Urf 

IS.. '°. l ,u.;'.; i e n u * «<-. U>. THRth DtUKUUMb Wfy g.am.aWK priced t ^QQ 

feaiura* that amii n* a.en i« be (JR P ITtl e*c rung* fomptellun hv Jan U. l»* WM‘|- al _ - — ■ “ 


Manager Murtgage Dc->. 
*ORTHWe-*fKKV KbLUKTIIKS 04 
VICTORIA LTD 
Ol Yale* Wrrr* Vic ki* 

KV M74L 3* Hour Pf.aie berk-vw 


Commercial Building inumi.u 

<ura>egi. ally Ua-aleil a .I Id-ally Oll-O-Mair liealln* in 
•ured t.ir non vert I.HI In a HKCREA All tie*. «-* inner klf. 


rewirnl in'** plumbing and a new PeDt Broan KV «-»k!7 KV « Vilj 
OH O-Malr iieaiing plant thu year 

All new cahiner kiutieni eawiPI-rl xuc r I TV RDOkFRAGF 
with new refnecrai.T. ami range* THE U* ' DKURCKAUC 
Price ala* lmlu.lt* l*re- addflk'iial iktl HI ANSHAPD ST 

l*r '*ieri> fur ehpsnklof* Preaant • gv a-i033 KV 


$2000 OR TRADE apprariaied Large fonkioillaa * *’ ** lollv*” firl*heii thru hall plan Full 

. ^ . ... . tat ot IM'n« am* omm* mom arith han.i, oil hmi Dnve-tn garace. 

Y«l trade mar car a lat or DuU;h |„* p igre gnra ramlnrt /“IV/C MFD A I HT Cl.we In aclkiad and l*u* On aewer. 

anylhlbg ol value *• P* r O' #nrt pn vary lor (arnlll Uvlnc. Ul V t flL.r\ r\ LV_J I jwy.- p ,our own flgluret and |ialn( 

all «l vnur down payment <n* nyMtimm* and noubl* Bath- . . * „j„i, „ t -y -ten 

thi* near* I- bedroom f ill rnoo , ct htriei kitchen with nook FOR CHR STMAS Full pru-a $ 13,350 

, V - BMP ere. car lull ice- '-niVJimnj run fwu-. 

In toe rond -mn Ma* living mro , o,,,,*! Ki^irtc Au»om*'*c Your duure rt a In* In ih* Brent- Allan M*i*rik rea t> 

rm ailh firepia'e and *•** oil H#a» natlu al hart *H add t ui«ilvi*ii*n wuuld be an ea- . 

floor large kllrhcn t"ii in* |he ,*!„• of lliu lovely and ,wu*« g, kti at 7Jtl*u Cl ■■ areal. | 

•ink aired tor ^Il*» * 1 1 iwi :«*b lot able l>opi* Own** tran* ^vei M«h Uw al kut wap *>w light. ROORMAN 

re flitlthed U* *'e.1 on h'gn f.rrcd Priced l*r Fin Qfkf\ v»*'*c and piarne .«i llir .Ireet. fcewvx*a 

bit Bear Carer Rt>»d Pull **’l at } I 7|7UU Term* arran.-e d Prli-ed frirn IIJVF^T AAFNT CO 

••king ^9900 FDR FURTHER DETAIL ( AM. , - w , |IN V Cj /ViLl 4 

pn.e 3>yAUU HAH V Ir LEMMON KV k-*«ll $ 1 000 In $1200 ITH 


Uon 1 muet tr im cn ""'f' luwgwiar* ruoaw»ivn * wirier ' hitM-mi-ril wllh lie** aa. hngr 

Balanr. per SMM i g,. uuf|U g.y^r-Md aturro and MlML MallC air^on-IHUM.ing fur 

BM,n# $4500 aiding * room r»u- h '«*‘» h.,n- »‘«-s • *9750 

^ a.i . on laadKAsed Im 7»alT^ -' V JT/UU 


AUrartiye alder bUogallMF Mk-11 
• re* lu ftaanlch are*. OmiMli ®f 
living room kitchen *-d dining 
area through hall J-pra hath 
lahowen 2 badm* nice ba*e- 
ment. aitualed nri high doubla loC 
with garden. 3 bik* la ktoret aad 
achonl and right or* bu* Une The 


GIVE HER A LOT 


$13,350 


""yy ^ B S TTsDHR LTD '- m <U * l '"' 

,udivJ*^ r. M> ::.VP 2S2S!2 INVESTMENTS | US J^TJUSIm A 

IF YOU ARK CONSIMKHINtJ MB p * " « y-ar* "M *iwa*-r*ia plraar call SMO UNCMKLT ,g BUTTK DOWNTOWN APART re flnlahed Uxa-e.r nn h 

laming a m.dlB«ge -r with m ill* Y n, . anr-d h- . .-n KV MJ*I 'if re* <.K I »v- NdFIB' i lf;KT eOU.DINO MHOSS R»J bit near Carer R*".d* 

1- fci-e rtf a mnnjmie m acreetneni «•- * ••/•''> real a » 1 » \+* nvmih. wetlem Srcurilie. ,4 Mct-*r.a Lid. TAL>8 OVER *J*.90O |k» 000 at king $ 92 C 

we gyvlle ymi inquirt Pfevifit .(► J»*c« Mlj ''f* 1 l' r " •* I r**n ««n till il*» »ou, ,xcr J STWe ^ 

I p*aiaait nmeB interval rate. !.* 5 *' Bam. all* J;lS ’ ’ nl , lent reiurnt Pull particular* on 

, mi ST R -111 *». 'OLMtS I TT» J?’ *' * M,T Mr ^ re.|u#at e-irrn ri II | DDITP 

>11.0 rdWNBN » EV Mi:« K\ «-a«i« OPPORTUNITY « witk eOgVSMMF, IS tit- $7550 FULL rK!L-t| 

l I’STAI.I.Y CAN <JET YOU THE FAIRPIEUJ PU1.LY P1-RNISHKD RARE OPPORIUNMY ANNO AL WCOMB • 0 b.wmrr.l home oil 

.beat deal » Iowt." lor y«ir 1ml « »••»*« •>•“» be.uiilul «• irr . eg k xn.*.* l« n «0 $15 000 ran a a and nil heater included 

' Tn (kAi^Ut lUWtif* Iftjldr i© m . . .. **©©© rviti nn<© * . lull# home oof 

'aT.\ 4-Tiak. KT-A Fort «Rf* Ph. •©prerUled .Net um :•% It U •eiiom ladeed ©• K#ee Uie Llt'inc* . . _ tr ,„. • ««n Lot yi i 

n'$Mi "wMBlbNiior Id lerra* Owner Ir.ntf.'red eaat plej*ure tu Breae.it an EASY TO L H Rand* EV 1 4117. fPura iwBn ix> 

'inneiga^A »: W?o m«J0 c«v , M,.*t ael. .1 once Nu agent. BUY UCfNSSD HOT*, avl* a. P-* »VM»» 

. tra.lTe* nruKteuive uw-t. | OH 7-KU4 ar KV » 4dld »h*a The i»»n*r H retiring and f.KACM ANM SPARKS FWe further nXdm**u«s r *u 

— aa y* • PI ltd * buyer with ability m a p>an*hard Street Leonard llioma* #• Dou* 

linOOd TO *14*00 AVAILABLE IR I.MCA1. 41RM NEED* CAPtTAL DY lki> „ ama MIA OWN 1 1 -- ■*’ 4 * ,r 

on* amount lar well-tecured flrat finnn,' incttmy, fr.,n* t$,i»*i U» TRRMa Thl* t> a good hotel 

* m ornate Plea** all Dru»i«* tm "S' W'i'l •’and tiri- “cat in*r* »uh attrar'lve ladio* **id »em» * DpAI INVESTMENT 

.Hawke* «17A Pari phone KV t 7131 P'it and w* r**d re'urt* Va parlaurt .e.irn* 1 IT It baa a A * CAL - IDVtJimtm 

} ire* IVHjBi l"rra Prra* Bog «7*i reataurant and new klUhen equip- , ,»k eoniautad kuitea wllh never | 

t Wf BpKClAI f/.F. IR DlRCOUNTINt; KJCCELLtNT RKVKNCB PROP "-P 1 *hi»W'h« good , »*cancy Wonderful local on 

i tor raan eaMbki nturtgav* and erlk . we m <« a her wire owner L r JL l Jl* p ^ r JonTH* an r^audl'ed "' ,h *‘ f * *'* J*®* T?!?! tTlL ! 

1 agrre-nerda Turn enura into nee.le .1 Sm-q -one* »uMi tur-n.-ed a..i*v J*" “”TTH arad •««' led -p,,, property net* "'•'•j 

itarli no* EV VJ74T JOHN HLAIR m*'tr • -«• *ter» t*»' |>er m.udh 1 ii. TILL* '2'?? * T * p ® r 11, 900 »“r yea. and tile price will aur- | 


OVER 14% ON 
INVESTMENTS 


Allan Mutch. r»* EV 2 kill 


$'000 10 $1200 


BOORMAN 
INVESTMENT CO. 
LTD. 


TO 

HAPPINESS 


Rrcntview kultdiviaiiui la •«» \'KR 

Ml •» A\ K inn yqui way lo like •>* FORT ST 

fem i. 

W. WnDDf FY. FV 4 *t:i 

te* KV 4 DU 


NEW 3-BDRM 

Oil-0-Matic — Nice View 

Thu eary aUrartl** bom* la an - 
agrept tonal bu? al U»'* price clr»*e , 
lo whaola and thorp •>« and vM 1 **- 
led in a nine aarl of t*»d Jubtle* • 
dial rut on a high lot 7 bedrm*. 
kitchen living room and dining 
room and bathroom Large >nec« . 
In bamt for eatra bwdrm and run- • 

pua room « 1 2 000 

■arm re ortra „ ▼ ' t , V/W 


LTD . ZU tenlml HutMins. 

{f 

Rita Drl Mar's 


Pri. e lit lyti f(n agenia. EV i JH3S NKT PER VKAR Trad* *aur eloa, - r i»( »ou Phone or call lor full] 
- — _ ... (ill* home agreemani or try narlleulari Kae* KV *-A**t «**ne 

1 VDIJR illan payment Na ahonr 4 Toiler Agen'le* KV 3-1131 74d 
, inform* i mu Ton Street 


■re further nformaunn rail ynUR CHIU STM AS IREK 

pqnavtl Ihoma- *• Douyla . su jgaitfc fHK WHOLE FAMILV 
awke* A Ok «I7A Port S’reet „ a p,. v OAK RAV WATER- 
KV 4 7131 r** EV I X*-V pnriNT WITH UNBORPASSKD 

VIEW OF SKA AND MOUNTAINS 

— YOU W1LI UK IMI'HKfUSFD PV 

THIS VKHV W.tltM AND ARTId 
FOR KINO-K17KD FAMILIES -j If HOUSE. IN IMMACULATE 
Ul ioov Ul IDQV CONDITION KMART ENTRANCE 

HURRY H'JKKY nAlx L „ j-,,i WITH LAROI 

1 I 1 VIEW WINDOWS QUEST-SIZE 

NO. I I Dll ELEC KITCHEN IlKFST 

e\*t/ c » vV cncr~IAI NOOK DEN OH RKIM'Nf 4-PCK 

OAK BA> SPECIAL pathroom wrodqht iron 


Sir r »75 OUTSTAN DING 


FORT ST. EVJ-7134 lu^r'rT prlCW 12,000 

and tartn* 

To view ibe»e h ... -• »•**** call 

R. Noritn at KV 1-7701. or offiro 

CAPITAL CITY 


REALTY 


MOVE IN TODAY 

NEW 3 -BEDRM 


PRrjbT r/scR^Sa-. 6 RMS PLUS m TORM,IRANT ,v •' lM, | NEW 3 -BEDRA 
Jffi -r.:' low down payment MB 'W 

pwiDrric^' hm a r V vvr anck ^ \£7SK "EF**!* u? Immediate Possession jw-ji •* «;-• 

t'ALf. L* *SXLJ£S8t **'** r JL" Uwd.y new ..h' « .„.e *iutt» XTffiEi riSSf’SSS* KfrtTT? 


Daily Astrology 


KXCLUStVB WITH 

BILL HODGSON 

IV 1 *741. EV k-U*J 


SPEEDY 
AUTO WASH 


E S »a» nSSSTJs A *W.!w 

Nuy— «h S«r. TH0I It THE home AtrTO OIL HEAT DOUBt K OAR- 
t* mi** ail jnur srooiem* o ( Anf lr YOU HAVE ALWAYS 
.pace arhoiiiv haatlug cOkll’ea*. tlR y^Myj) OF OWHINO WATER- 
traniportoMikn and laaea It I* y^fiNT PRO»*ERTV IN OAK HAY 
an older type home ah a eliftier nilB Ul YOl'R CHANCE' 


VIEW WINIXJWI* QUEST-SIZE r*im. 2 Iwdmom* '•••• 

Dll ELEC KITCHEN BKFST tiu^jf-Kii 4|- vanHy '•alhtia.in 
NOOK DEN OR RKIN'M 4-PCK »nurl • a'i||k*« kl' f-n par Luge "ll 
BATHROOM WRODQHT IRON gmi i„gr, rcincnt haacment 


thi nughout Soarjou* living room 
a»I dtniag room plu» a high dry 


I* 4 «t*l high bum alaive aser baaament Lit data »*>nnl abd 

• f ru 'bin An * iuw4H> -ueal i>il prW og w M ll i*»t Flea.e eall 

!.#«• all nat dm*. I’** J Mr Alpine OKI IM1, nr bffiea. 

• > rnralei n bn JOB I.R J r*«lrm* . • EV k I7IK. 


Ai>i«T<nimeni* 'a v*ew |>lvne 
Mr H*|Ua*ni K\ 4 »V-N 
rea. EV 3 m» 


$11,950 

Ken Ballerw. EV UW eyaming*. 


SUNDAY, DKCEMHER 21. 19r>8 1 

T(*day‘s Quotation: "Man In an organ of life, and 
'God alone is life." Swedenborg. JOHN BLAIR LTl 

Sunday for Everyone- Relax and have fun today. A90 VI FW 5T 
Enjoy aome exira convivijillty, good fellowship. See v,c ” J'* 

'someone who cannot net around a< easily as you do EV 5-3742 

"Give and receive lervlce. attend lo (Inancim and ward 
irobe. Don't tie hasty or impulsive, however FABULOUS'* 

i Idxik for Your Blrthilate Rml IttHhalgn Below OA' N.ICT 
March 2! to April lfl » Arles' Find pleasure in Ihe ^ 

[•company of dear ones or in congenial pursuits Try to $25,000 
fall heir to aome benefit, \ a / m i Ul AM HI F 

MaV 21 In Mav 9n iTnumtl l-U, tl<« Lm Ilmira WILL II AINL/LC 


, 0.0 k euod iMfing r*r *" older iyp* home .n a corner THIS IS YOl’R CHANCE 

North* aatern SeeurtUga «< Vicvun* °** , ‘ > ”**" ' ... 1M g loi ol **»»llk Therg la a hallwa*. Elclualv \s I I a I I rkl I r\V 

Ud r.tiiy clUSul. b'T ITF L u UUl.ll DR 11.1* ».,f Place* FULL *99 500 YOULL ENJOY 

| !£TUd b7 ataa% miV *- * ■ ^ >JZ,DUU ~ 

p-ccot »*iur unaLl* to preaent • bright Ml- I #»•** Mr* llarvca *: EV $-1411 and I V NG 

1 Ul^rtr after ataffol *l« T*im* included, ah In .nnqn lu, rood,. , EV 4 »I4f L-IVIINU 

iFhLJAl m Ain I -rrh can be arranged Pull price ** *•« ran Full ba.amenl •« •* ,0 *V‘* |q lh,a m,ml,«7aW»lN»vtie ai'ua 

JOHN BLAIR LTD. Fhm»e FDnn MrBRATNEY at hea'mg mo r«m\ o. • MM ' •*»• , „, a r. fe*re,i I- which 

. r -r- KV » «74l or KV J-dtJk Northweat- ar.t* earaae. N-w think taieu.iy ^TFPHFN'vON m -a.KY kepi l**n Three* 


MOVE IN NOW 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


Choice Property and 
Location 

UNIVERSITY- 
MT. TOLMIE 


mu Securltie* of Vitlorl* L’d 

CHEST MOM* 

BUKIN KXS 

) A rnim*. fully Inmuh-d. 

|.„ enuxl f"t ll fl»''*l* 

V > r lc*«r MS nuinlh 
(•*-i#i e Kairlirld hcalkNV. 
Trade fur ilupl**- 
, Atb'Ag *1" rM> 

Ruth E MuUhdwB EV 4 MIX 

OR * JVM 

C N MONTAC.t t rf* 


$10,950 

ar II »4>n down 


KER & STFPHENSON 
LTD 


I l\/IMr* . . Uleh aule whit weal «»» Thu 

LIVlINVj Fine modern k - rra aluteo buag ta , #;f j o.arra home ol t »• 

full high ba.ral, 1 bedrm. OSfc , g , u kha ron.lrut led. haa larg* 
In <h,* m*mli<na*ilpitwivne. ai'ua’nrt lira elec kit Igf LR WHh BP Hying room and dinine rooqi, 
un a large. Iraifl l-d .“huh la Rrighl ch'arful and a'tfaeilv* bedroom* good-alt* balh. 


The l*dv hworr warn* lo aell IM* igrmbcr Muliipta Llk'log Rbreau , 


n. rtllr -a ally kepi t**n Three t* a Ooig* dlaulci^ Oood value, grai- 
e . V)e<v and eaav aii-eaa iu the aea rrou* ,#im» tO C/Vl 

• Ml n,qt«i«) lyaa'in' *•»* Publir J7JW 

* -“ ( plea** nf .hu.plnr ,MJ'r* Will... EV k-7130 K.c* 

and <. Jflng arc all kvailfcW Tin* sv k-Taid *<« 

i mi- im* Ihr.mgh i.a'l living rnran 1 

telih ftt .rwl *-*i| inwall car- | ' 

p." , la ge »ire>1 ailchcn. H ire lird- 

*..in* i tv Pemlmhe Mlhriaian -r-| ir P» /~\V/ A I 

La’i a “.••'ti it den n 4 I IH F* K Cl Y /\l 

Drive n ;ani?r l>m I limit 11 1 *- 1 

a cr Oirtmma* »r\ .<n On# h '*nr -r-p, ■ I p -r— /-» /"» 

ertiCED TO sell $ j 2/6 00 TRUST CO. 

kill F. K LANE EV 4.AI-4. 0 ,g n * t altuateil on Heath Drive 

rea K> . "7J. an ,, genya from .p« WlUowa Beach 

pa.* Intel? condition Ipald# aod 

-1 I, . . » r % r\r\ “r* 1 l *“' **p ,na O''** duple* c.*- I 

ONLY $6 00 ilailtkg or ihrougb Ball. ll*«bg 

i sura Wllh opea fireplace, gueal- 
Yu' i'« . r ii" iVitiiVH A CASH n n diqlng 'onea, large mndrrn 

BUY hlM INVK.fTMENT P'.'R ki'ches raaraom 4-pee bath an 
I '. kKr.S Oil TO LIVE Un m'li floor Living room dining 


1*7 KXCHANGK 
RKAI. K8TATK 

APARTMENT 
, FOR 
BUNGALOW 

Elfieq d# Hike aaii-eieiiamed auiie* 


BTT rT VALUE "r" SUV n *0* OOVERNMKNT STRUT 
All offer* • onld be '••refuUy cun- 

•Idered Vo i, ran afoul II Tate* — 

ary only taj Thin* 1 nr 4 bed _. . A K I 

room- 011-0 a*. * nrj'iuy and .a W ( I /X 4\l I 1 

OAK BAY loo' II will m-VOwe L-/.V— . a— • ai-ai-*- 

;:>Tk H & Investment Agency 

WU LIAMS EV1-*:4I wf OR • J7l« I td 

Kur'hwe-tern Rerqrllle* of Vic- .. „ ’ . , 

tort* Ud Inf Ihl* wondeff'li New •» Year* " ,**•»: 

Year, appd'iwotly now If VdU *a,RAC HFIGHT5 
are in.e.e.led |ual ring and a*. MC K A t n C I Un I i 

for further Inf»»nndtl5i»i 3 l ARGE BEDRA/ 


May 21 lo May 20 <Tnut"ua) - Be (he key figure vv,Ll - rirviN^ut c „ MO nta«;i e ro fZZvZ.V \ 

In your circle; sparkplug Ihe program for fun and me- ! VS, . u t-KJ8; "ZSVS " 

reaiion. taint ami arrakriM* of farm sms ire inierealed |ua» ring and 

M.y 21 to June 30 (Cpmlnl, Try I" achieve ceren- JSS ;”*” r «« „ r^*TK 

Ity and pcscr of mind hv wholesome living and a '** frooe. invimuimm wen pro Kr.Ai. r. /% e. 

.__.ik.i_ ,, .... , ' lenart liy rlggi n<|« pyoperl* , 

STHklblP lOUtlrir H,ul prlVACy Ear fhH pnrDmlar. and apm-»mem! _ - k t a J 

June LM in July 22 Tamer) Get Into r gmgari ^« ,r »»r Kiwis infra nraiwu. APARTMENT ^ |\J /VlOntQQU 

oua mood; seek an introduction In stimulating, friendly | , FOR /* co un ^ 

P r °P' e I BUNGALOW |g]| RianthaTd at mi tv 4-4 

Auc 22 Preserve your good 8 SUITES ^ic 

standlne with patrntR and poisons you ealeem. Be do CLOSE IN •" *vnuaHe r.k.denn.i iqW DWN PYMNT 

firnH.ihlii VTvwIni uKi gh'diifVcvtf i4i*inh ling Dn r^l 

ponannie. mmjrrafo BFACON HILL a. »e> nueim revilal* Never a ATTHACT1VE k-yr tki.ew Pi 

^kilg. 2,1 tn Sopf . 22 iV’IICO) Seek imollrrl mil DCAl-VJIN nil_l_ I rhange .( 'a*.in**» ffime* LOK LR FT BW FLU 

.. ' , , R ' * K «UJSI , i*uvrrutn t... hoi rwener lu capo *1 and hr will dining are. OIL HANOI I 

stimulus. Spend time wllh In l«WS. X<K:lahle folk. Apeak W»»er ,>C«I Uimughoul New «>« e», hange tor a r.iiiigaiia* ur (('•**ildy 3 Ale* heal era* I ge uljjllr 

your milMl pipe* and new • Irina M* work I* «ma*ler revenue Y"*i will *re ROCK WILL Ruth E Ifuiche, 

. required on Ihl* *o*rl«nrn< Jual iv“h ng •« r.imnaae wl*h lh,« graml EV 4-flll OR * UK 


3 LARGE BEDRMS 
NO STEPS 


Ooige duinei^ Oood value, «ui- m.ne eglraa late* kitchen with 
eroua leim* tORAA dlnme area all on Ihru h#I Plan 

Only } 7 J\A) uni* I 1 * yeara obf Full teaeni 

Kan Waiter* KV k.ikio im ba«^meni auto uil h*q< "H 

Kea waller*, av a-Taw *»e». „„ 

*•••* lai ee ftniahcd room B*»»- 
inant lulU lined and ln*uiate*I. 
Urovb'ia are larae all fenced and 

THE ROYAL 

1 1 ,L INV 1 nL p»«e $13 500 

TRUST CO ^Vha i \ m 

I I ' vy -I l '-r . PI T. 0*r munlh Caah In "*"ri 

. _ tair reoulred «n nleaae runlad 

Oak Say aHuaied on Bwaab Drleq j Mlnn ev % jg S1 lo T | r * inlr 
an-l airuaa from Ih# Willow* Beach eirentlonal horn* and good Suy, 
park lovele cimdHIon Ipald* abd office shoo* EV S »7*» 
owl thla up and 0"«a duple* cm- 
•l*i fng or Ihrougb Ball. U>>Bg 

roura wllh opea fireplace, gueal- ■ 


$13,500 


liqoo dawn *11! I’l* 1 , ' 1 •Rt* On rail' • »ie*i n *e'*er* and rnAm wnxtern ktlchea. J-pca oath 

«* . • . * quick po* »e.*ion af 'hi* allrac'lke 1(U , a ain*n 'rim ;-hedror«n , nedruwm up Full ba*emenl All 

f |\ 1^ * , U r *a t>ung*k>» u UL 1 ertar nding h.yne p(U* rwy I'ingeilm veranda |»ot-%lr healing Bepaial# garage 

V_^ . 1 ra . I V ll^/l II g*r,|*. NH4 bulll Siluated I'erVy jui |J» with *T Separaie garage torh .uil# baa lla own entrant# 

f m f T n on# oik from Oanc*-«er HillMMI .n.i large *e|**r* e ai-re •* w^k #00 r»n/N 

v _ 11 _ >i _ _ j ..gr* oal l-H 31*11 TV, r«y# newn with evrailicnl hench. hnQI 5ZZ/UUU 

Mr Cole* 


in an esciu*.*# reaUlenllal a raw. I QW DWN PYMNT 

ah awing naBaMiwIing reiunv* nn rel _ _ 

*.,*# > rmaleal reniatt Never a ATTRACTIVE *->r al'irea a 
var ara'* A change UUalne** Mere* LOK LR FT Kw FIJI 


XV I ft -I MR RIMPSON. 
RV 17*#* KBS. 

FAMILY HOME 
TO TRADE 


(V.I Ol . .1 . ... „ •« m»l 1 7 ,l/UU i»or 

, U(t. oj o Nov *| (.Scorpio) Ia*! OthrrK Afvf fho Thl* I* IR# flrat um* effered fnr V* 

*2? ln ' Premol. ;.'.‘,'’i:a T V«W7 

pd 1 tncf stup or public Intcrrsla. omre kv > r?*# 

i t Nov ; 22 f,ro 21 fSaginarlux) Find cnloymrnl rt,nk lM o.i 

f® r vh «*rmp!oyoo5. mint a. unrlcq suhordlnntog ! V” 

LMskA yoimwlf uarful. .* 

L „ u \ ' ,,,n l 9 «F«prltDru) Make rhis a fun HAGAR'S o' 

l fillFd, happy day; on Joy your frro timr IhnrouRhlyj m xv 

• dtilfe*> rtyriniiod wIKhru J DUPLEX 

'hannifv'u J, »J ,> .» ,, " Pb # A.|*i ,, ri |, >* 1 Sprnd your dav |/.w faymkrt r, 

, h V”;. C ° M,4rr OMPS, 4CBAPIP. L 

pampor older folk a nil, nua hill mgh uaaemen* wirh drive in 

K.h .'MoM,,,," „ Nirhv cn-i* ... . ao 

" n,d "Pinion.. p.'Tram 'js! IZ 


1*31 Blanihard *4 fnrl EV 4-dlll M1 ; lu - an j upe*ir) walla Cabinet •yiie.l 

e.eoliic kll ailh d'ning area lOill XV 4 4174 MR XIMFSOX. 

1 r\\m niA/Ki ovumT liumr room alreo l»r Hryer RVSTJd«PB5 

LOW DWN PYMNT fliarae* rm A-addS (*'•<» 

ATTRACTIVE *-jr . tr a bung furb*. • rm •'Kill'* •*?"•? r a AA 1 1 V UDAAF 

IX1E UP FT UW FIX KI4 U»Uk piai.lf* bo* M»lt via* b*4 FAMILY ..'JMt 

dining are. OIL RANQS mcl '■ bib Iron, hu* MIA ^ »l« »0» 

J n r* hedrma tge uHiiir iM3 »■ '>* ai ‘ • • ■*»'» V'* ♦* TO TRADE 

ROCKWELL Ruth E Hulrhra**n *»d »*»' A '* Meluqhd MkUR* •» W 

EV t-tlll OR I Ii3< . $14 jUU "Kgv.rwn V'.ur pceaervl 

of _ * * ... I Wutibl jei Uke *n 'ra.Ie frw 

• •I.mnw ui.nnw ‘-*•4* * r Sac'"**' * v 4-tll* t large, erane in *.il-*i >.*n aur 

HURRY HURRY IIIIIIS' •tvmlinc* im Teileraqll lirlw’ W# 

- - r '• 'r rv UNSURPASSED VIEWS S:W s C*iJ!S T','2 £ 

mav* in befer* Ih" end »' fra »lin 7*)| YMPlCS M» ra* lung loom With rirenttor 

r#*r I-#' me ahn* you Ihl* btA AINU UL'fVIr 0 din ng redi «nchen awl efuraiu-w 

to mnve.in 3 bedronm hnifie run mar n e J4#a t "ar f ***** »v # » If , »,•««* in gr xiail le- el 


HAYNES 


inch .oil. ha. ID •« BlfJ" Sfort fhe New Yeor Rjght 

me. $22*000 m This Fme Home 

Mr Cole* . 39?6 B , enkinsop Rd, 

IHK ROYAL TRUST COMPART Cwe-I*.ciw*» 

IM4 Oo.yrnraeni 81 EVl «1» LXCIUSIVC 

Krealbg* EV 3-fTk* Drive p**i Ihla while aluccq bun- 
gala* You will lie HllfMUM wuh 
11* plciklng appearanc* Bu'l* low 
la toe ground yel with b***«ieiii 
. . r-kv / O Biiuaied on a half acre lm par- 

DALBY & CO. m SK^ejr .rv f 

REAL WT1ATE AND INSURANCE 7"' n * 1 bKcM^IrSti hw^.U' "*“• 


DALBY & CO. 


n , A . no t .. rrquiiw'i wn in. «uai run i" * " • . " ,r » » *•(*•• vrr» w n | *♦ , _/ V 7 v_r nave » — i -r.a" — ■ r_ ■ 1 -^ r « •— — - • *™*>n - 

M'P*. «.! lo OCL 22 (Libra) Aliol SXDrnaCK roiiaHv ** m, f rrom down (•■•■> dfeune *• *••** g"*1 l*rm*> LiJ.iM' ptl.e of ^ ll Would run Irke in >r*il* lm . T g .«n Is Al 1 It A NCR qqlal realdanllal dliirlcl ahwut 

If cnslq jj„ v _ llP * equally yielofla but *UII IB a qulel park La ■ heart* |»oi per m uilh «r>« 1*1 inns/ t '* 11 Mr •••*"••' ,v * *“* • 'a m '« **U-*U"B *-? RBAL KRtATE AffD INSV RANCK b|ock , , rnnl hu , , lop 

*■ IMlfl you I bankroll. !>■ t companions, col qf town An e*cepUonal bay ini'uny Call l F. E,!RK for fur'her HURRY HURRY ani'im* rooivtirig* .,n Tailerygll lirive’ We min 01 aKICWADH Iranr# hall lead* *« a Urge He* 

!***««> wr tlwlr w.y ,r" t h ," r "'" $19,000 fSOXR. -YCSS UNSURPASSED VIEWS KIV";;:.- J£l Tt? £ I ,0 ' 0 BLA^HARD «. mjy.- 

^ , N ° V ‘’1 '-SCO. I.IOI Ul Others **| the Thl. |. Ih. Or*. U». offered for “t rtSV l". mt ., ,.: i r,,r 4hl. rew1) SEA AND OLYMPICS ^ TRIPLEX fer. ‘JLfr'^Jn .'".^h^roSSr 

pace, conporaf.. with them In, hex. results. Promote &V ,•“& a^w. ^ '-’^7"" "T* Th M r , T Wi: Z" ~i> • tZt 'J-TO - 

partner slup or public InlrrnsfK Tm^e rv I * 7*4 ' NANAIMO eemenMv RKaM fremw de- nraled hnurg, U»U lm* Oak ”*' *. ••*•#.« en< auUalitg lm ireilciwnia ra in..n.- Ill/ *• Ir.en 4 aaiilea J door* leading 'n "U'aide ronrteie 

*,.„ , rV "k . : w : « buqga low Wllh -ertn. Cnl>»t2.d*0 gabled Mn. he. Kn u, ITW really wn , A rflerM «g>«*KI Ilfcw a nee. ^nen* w» m* r. O.we 4lar«e oa'.o with awnln* Inr ...mmer 

rvOV. to lire. 21 (.Sa^ltlnrhis I Find cniovmcnt l,W Owner lr#«.f*ir*tl »*• Vfcrqvla O# O w CTlrdUen *o.'dri|u< View* be-.iU* r." '•* *.»,,» well maulaled • U'n up All aelf runtalhed an-1 um A very fine Irlirheo tl'h nd- 

or brnrflt via mnnii'iiveer ' n,< * anahard h' » r -d- t or oungrin* Ih EV 4 kill EV ' ml ,nr< ** Hvth* m anaciaua k< ™ m . r he»i al T une Ounr *» lew teiMia-r m um In g -4 ten'ing mg *?*ar* awipl# nlpfx»*rd* and 

f.1 W-IICHI All rfirmp.nycOA. flurits unclcq subordinates N.V.llf* Im Vnm. ae *m.ll ..oie v n,..l*"or. UK# le*4 main lioor ,, and a me..** itialrlrl ffnntn eaaipp-d i'.r ar.inma.i* wa.he, A 


KRAL Mini* ”if i*».M»i* Two block* frnra hu. ..op Kn- 

1010 BIANSHARD 

log from the front in baek af 
TRIPI FX hmi*» Hall give* entrane* In two 

^ 1 r i- u c' rwln-*lt* bed room* and balhrrvim. 

Ideal lnve*'menl f • *i.»cn'ee «wngr. M-m*rn dining towm bat French 


TRIPLEX 


HAGAR'S 

DUPLEX 

Id iw PAYMENT 

S|i|* hi • 1,4c duple* J nedr.eirn trirle* 
plu* full nigh iiaaernen* with (mr in 
garage* One mil# (nan rlty cenire 
Koch * 1 * 1 # r#M* al US per munlh 


Owner Iraru/evreil *n Vn'i|*l* ne 
tire* Id trade I-OR Oung.uoe Ih 
btnalmn fur h/i*n» *f *mrll MBfe 
wiih heme nuar'e" In \ IrlM * 
Tor parHriilar* i*>a*» >*ll 
D Doe r|*r C S'lulen 

EVk-JkOI EV 1 dlk’. 

Ofllra EV 1-dHM 

Fran* A Marlin A«en, l*i I'd, 
111# Riaruhard Sural 

Coffaqe With 1 ] /i Acres 


I",* at-rae 1.0 IT' y rulin' • «, ( 'i . y n rnuh g* Benin* gr u |« , u , 1n , or"-* J77 JU 

— tr'* 1, * * ['ll la #'m» Ml* nmroTMV XIKKPATmrK, TKhh term* Mate u* an uffer. 

« ( If^nA .nbMir, J „[ ka'hV'i. «V 4-1174 r*. K»»"og *1 * Mr Kemp 

rn A CCD Sir. 1 Ul"’ eparai# t)R «« uae BVMN1 Re* EV » IUI 

rr\AjLI\ »lieh*» OUIHV Inler.i'im *»•'»« \ / AT AMTII 

V ALA IN I i 

DIC/^/^fT UKOUND FLOOR H*' mi *111* 

DlbLUh n. (i 'p r:ti LOW DOWN PAYMENT DESPERATE 

7S0 PANDORA AVKNl/X KV J-»»4I „.i.e* **rvl.e., 0 ie 7 '•*t wungal.n. 11.11 "aw ', kl 

Drive. m Cutlwner r*rkmg r.ipnet Ann dec* M*l>ok nl | hl ,, ( |, vl „ rniilMn honka YKSn 

an? donn all rwnm* U U v*. an. |h ^, fW , wired f-r neeirtr ,OJW 

r-»rv ,v /r- ni/ c,n b * p fibbing ^ tic , Drtk- h-u RKQ1NA AVE 

DRIVt DT me ehA f\r\r\ • . view r« t> F. WU. .iven J Bednmm wane vrilh full haaemenl 

0*1 *jr i urvciwi Dnxn enra $JU.UUU xv«-m.'4 EVE*. MDr-CT tu nn a large M in ihe city MM ran- 

247 HELMCKEN ROAU Call Mr Vivian '*aae Fi t, I. PRICK (i-jca muem., and n«wly decu rated. 

M.r» It er rt "-mrl, well- * v4 <M* «b» -l»' ONLY J f > JV7 'Awner Rim bnugM a larger leime 


$9950 rwg'y’den flom.ea in knmiy vgf- 

, .. ,Mmt 'ow eedar and varimia Irull'-ln* 
“* *" ,n r A b-ee.ew*Y lObnec-. Ihe earage 
ia I 'Oi* "a Vene'lah Hind* fn# all 
Rea XV » IUI •induw* and bf rourae aulomaile. 

, ml He*i 7t lnl*re***d In thf* 

q i*lli- hem# *ak In **e through 

WS* $16,500 

ATE FI. a*, a.k foi w Jone*. KX' 1 «7S1 

’ K"*nin*> Arthur K H«vne* L'd. 

1WM 73* Fort St KV 1-1133 


FRASER 

BISCOE 


M'uh lerma Maae u* an iJler 
Mr Kemp 

■$ 1 Cll Re* EV k 11 


• , i riser* | { onlsci nojirhv uci rerag *• M pe. numih. LOfiaqe with i ■j niin ‘ 

.son*, km, rluimR. Mold nninlnna nnienim . r,Aa ' rt “ r "'' •" Trad* h*r bfder » of Lm-vlnenn t* , ine 

vmon p p " ,er,m Z'ci $16,800 {CivJX.^S.rJ'vv.." drive by 

Planning Ahr,..l <;„„ d rnlrrl„, nmm ww-mwl "Va".w« v.,-. --- 247 HEUV 

Ity. etc.: Dec. 21, 27 V) -11 r__ ,, n . •oclsbll- , t „ CRTiss CALL pat bhea. trad him „. r , „ , 

ai, •(, ,ri, ol , Jlin. 2. ,1, fi, , Sal aiet Ud fnr piopert* trade. n olllh ame 

MONDAY. DECEMBER 22 nvi Mk«*r * bwqyn# Ud of all kind- 7$ V'ritirlS Creaeeni heat rtw 

Today's Qimi.i.m,. »\ k,,, ’ / ' . •>* Stmd Ra—lraw r hona \ lllfl A , k 

j. . | . A brave man is clear in hi* wasted a hmaix ruribxrb ror ano*»a 

aiscourac, and kcppa Clnir (o truth. ' Atlalotlc uni i vuiiv\r\ ! Victoria directly from owner I M „ Wale 

Monday for Kvrryoiwv Think lhm R a ihroutth* H Rdcc^S? D 

isdopt s conaonfftllvc and conomirnl p „, n , nf v ,rw for WATCDCDTiKiT LISTINGS WANTED 

StrTSSl ?r*7" r 1 ^ WATERFRONT I MT . 

I "+ Your Birthdat*. .ml Bir1hsi,n fi*Um ItVr WAN 1 tU 

March 21 lo April 10 (Arina) Hr thrifty ; .avr. ON * gc>R * 1 !rT,N ° 'ung'd.mb- * 

prnlcct bast i a. Do some malisile Ihinkins. planning n""'- S m*» m .m m wx tijr Atm sjdl tour 


Mitt nOROTMV XIMKPAmiCK. 

EV 4-4174 r*a ReCUSK H I 


VACANT'! 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


DESPERATE 
$850 DOWN 


Rare 1* an ev.n-mely well- "*v 

hiat'Tw .°A K r, C f"c^ ROCKLAND AREA 
a .uin* $1 1,500 QUIET LOCATION 


FXCLt'SIVE LIST! SO 


aiel t* very dvam'ral* In aril will 
ennaHter a very low down paymeni 


Here la 

pricq 


>*mr oppoflunfly 


I»ofc for Your ftirthdate* nn.l RIHhs|n n B-Iow Fianu raif^o Ml (heVr 

March 21 to April 19 (Arina) Ur thrifty; mvt. 
prolcct s.AArtq, Fk* somr realistic thinkinx, planning ir«*rvi*ti * iu m*i. m'> and im 

April W l„ M«y 2n s.^k nilrntlon hut SZX'tZ'' 1 ™ $21,000 

cauiious. pr. i.i Ira I, Finish thlngi; buy nrcrutlflrs F»e**e .ail r Kenned, rv v*i#i 

May 21 In June 20 •(.cminli Complete* t n , ks; dj a . x»,bweT.r5?’ of 

poae of problems; aifend lo did, hralih, Wei eh mo. Vk "' ,n, Urt 

aider, think. 

June 21 m July 22 (Cancer. LlmU sociability BE INDEPENDENT 
chance-fnKtng. Attend to the pr.ictlra|||,ra of life i IN 1959 

July 2.1 to Aur. 22 (I eo) Attmd to recular tasks CITY GROCERY 
jduUm; maintain good w ill of higher ups. See friends hdmF nnH RFVFNNF 

Develop a sound out- H0ME ° nd REVENUE 


WANTED 

ONE MORE LIFTINQ 

LIST AND SI1J- YOUR 
HOME ON ^N OCEN OR 
»;X( » USIVE L’FTrNO 


Fof ar. 4 Kin.menl in ylew call Thi. mmlern MaiiM N *e*- CQR CHRISTMAS $6500 

Mr* Water. XV 1 -Mil . #»#. cln... ro*.m* an.i "verylhlhg .. m I VIA V- 1 UMJ I 'J . _ v . — 

1 — T - ! B ^ SjgH ESSES • “ 

MT. TOLMIE C’T,«l; , ‘^eM\rH.V « H. r 5-vTred 

r, '* rt *>a**meni cll H \ • n,i..re« EJytilc rabinei I 111 hen 

hn H. I'#* M T 'll*.' " an enhper nq'b.ier lank ' ut.i.iy All nek finny. Hal e.ler 5NAP RUY5 

a'uar'ive nnv *"ir » ‘ainiral'iw ■*'••• 51 A 500 nil heat rarowil » 1 t r\r\t\ ^ 4/ai DV-f I J 

* 1 * -rn* viin * '• (• *"fifu PRICK w.ih <*m.. ^ O, JVJU ou j] J ,000 « .nr\r\ n idmiCueh 

iMnid.nn, -i" l".hr» Rian, Mr J M Kbmte $4900 FURNISHED 

j 'wf - m* .1*11 nniemm. anil EV I 4 MS any'lme ^ Mo«» rlam «n wuhoul ten. il l# nr 


P. R. BROWN 

* Son* Ltd. - Eat lWb 


nnlv $6500 till Hrnad ■( Fb-ina EV 1-ltH 

Coil Q BORGS THAN at KV V*7(l 


SNAP 

MAKE AN OFFER# 

ON THIS 

5 ROOM BUNGALOW 


rum M*| 

he* 


$13,150 GULF ISLAND HOME 


EV I 1(44 EXCLUSIVE LIVTIRO 


FOR 5% 


OR ON MULTIPLE LISTING 
AT 7* 

FOR QUICK COURTEOUS 
senvicE CAtL 

rrMnimow holme* ltd 
1001 OOVERNMKNT STREET 
EV 4-1114 


Plena# aa* fhr ItoSQ Hra». 
*%• J T»v4i »> rv Oft ? .CM 

JOHN GREENWOOD 

1341 R'-ad Sir re. 


WITH MARINA 

POSSIBILITIES h Mf . | / Md^*l3 ^bbo Dwwn 

lb acre* of treed aropet'v eun tot Lonely *rg» hnu*> of ) b-Orooni* 


$4900 FURNISHED 5. ROOM BUNGALOW 

440»# rigni »«l WlIhRdl len.itle nr J ~ , , ... 

eipent* *-roo«i bungalow full Flew* ohm" for app«inifn*n4 V* 
ba eraeni nir# lot gwroen and *••• *• bUI (#« mu #• the judge 

frull ire#* Taae. IS# Cloa# In HOT WETER HEATtNO 

offer* w, eo'e'l | DRIVE IN OARAOl 

Al *vO $4300 Mm** LOCATION 

IJNP7NISHED ATTIC 

Oqk Say bweder bungalow tO^AD 

need, i4ocoeai.bg Try your down $TjUU 


$ I ,000 DOWN rout* lo V*»e.".v#r tf 1 O A(")0 

a EVEN IK IU per ej"> l.none Price ,I4 , UUU 

FLUE Wall) e l« -aener If • u hre,| CbJI Mr NbOb. EV 4-411$ aikyUmo 

xr»r*zr uy ~ : 0 s new homes" 


10 acre* or irvea proi-». -..n ..r. he./.- of 1 n-droom* - „ «. r ^ m p un ,.iow unneianau . 

feel of prWedM e.-erlran. and 0 ,,,a t bail *M*vd gild Immarulau TMf 4om ASXfHO 

. .re. nf lore.hr.ee MWn »• I-.... LN 3tde .lorf* IS ST^rntTEn rn7ntwW 

mom bungalow with l)»K ba" A DR lo-g# "'erirlc kliehM* and ^705*1 *_. • R , ^ mv v. 

ment .^1 hbl oir bei ng 1* n.nir, iVetrw mug# add I udf. '• „ r ? . da Lid 1 ^ * l S»uii 

mile* few* Slrtrev a.l« -n main loci .Aod in price Full mnecel# ##• Sacuriilea of Vlrioria U4 my • mu 


$12,600 


. j , , , ■ — • • • ” .up m agunn Ouf 

IOOK, (Inn t bnsr action on fpclinc* See f.|rL.,n n . ra _ ( . ■*«»• ftbalng over ni.OM ft N * reach m< d{E PRueiFKtTtVB 

07 I e . U" * IIUK. aw fiocm. partnls. aqulpinem valued U M0 .lock, PI HCtlAS'Mi THKUUOM 
Aur. 21 lo S«*pf, 22 iLihrn> Strengthen mutual «“» r «'”'*'i “ 000 ‘*® *«tu* multiple ustinu 

funrte: hnlnnre .he don't wu.r . h . d»> "ll * "I. tS u*mJ «» 


lnct ded in prlre Pull mn/f*.* 1 
batemeni *.in new furnace and — 
Hi »* ib earage fair* toilr* tn 


NEW HOMES" 


Ivan Pair 

Rea 


enrirn inlvu nunruj . 

a rv LANSDOWNE PARK 

Vv. an.i I ! HU WOODNOHH AVE 

«\ 1 P' l Ran, tier wllh 1 tied room*. 3 Ha* 


s' % '$1500 DOWN' 
“.rr.;^ s® '8 YEARS OLD' 


$800 $800 
DOWN 


✓ • •ur * AH 11)11 WW y nrnrtf |lw |ra lYf.rir# 'M 

consnrvjirlvrlv. m 

. ^ 23 Nov - 21 « Scorpio K Up i^ourtcous. con M , „,ii.nd or swineMbs'a. - * ?» ><* * t-i'res redrm’ »JL h > M Ai'imetiit 

sidFiabis of other*, but hold your own; make quiet xv 3-7.11 evi tih multiple listiro bukf.au figt ' ln'fuu JoSxment 

______ pn/g-tav irngy AND **** R»*ra*l Snei * KV JZCft N ll A aii*» parable ol l»l S 

Nov. 22 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius* Take time to nr- S2TJI™; fcUSra fcaibra. rA . w 01 ivcp WANTS 1 1 *" 0c# 
rsnize. plan; be moderate In diet, at work. See people. 5^^ £1 cxVtnal SoimiAijx ipto. 

Dec 22 to Jsn. 19 (Cxprlcoin) Care for leguiar gat- m 1 ■: #• ma, Pr**e i.w type riL 1 . TTiJmTIRVju? , ‘ MM 

duties, responsibilities before relaxing. Veto extiava JJSTqi Srvw.T'SSS" 'uvSi'^JsS Spu agem ».r, r - - - 

gance. Im * Cn U*. d-Jn-* - VXFiJSrSTgZ Nolen dT.m.lv'hr. Tr.rnnm 


NHA mlge payable al »»t S 
F and I ftatance on »*«» term* 


$13,500 


ihl* mac^uamneftpr Tfw ^ nevd « areqeeo.a' -l •«««■ SmurMl*. of Vtclwrla J^ ] n«M W wrh Mr* RevHj* 

'• F' 1 ' 4 122 500 ta< l°b bul loo* ai Ih# »r.<» rKRTRAL FARR I H *<**#• S#*' F.*.*i# Oi. 

b4 ' AU ll MOO* I* MObooee 10 !-»• .1 - nTiSg ^ cwssiimi walk- RV I-7US nr EVlfro ,« #n>um*. 

mono NHA g>. m»rlsb«b nib a horn. Lqrg* LR bt.-Non. , M Mtn ''«.nl 

avail*. Ua 1 lar o# bed rvni Pull b*-ernei*4 . , nv -, r,-- n* tornace ar*d I _ — _ , * e • r- % * , 

J OIBRS AND FOUl. RAV Lnw lata* A 500 bn** “* ••'•«# KlteheB, dining CL A \/ I 

CnmpXed *o#n 4 bedroom ipilt- Anclnc iO D\J\J raoVl |)'|J imH r J uedrobm* jL/ \ V I l— T T 

pyei im (hroe end den., **l*.'r| Co*h offer eon*M»fbd I ._n k.,^, bathroom AtMrat It >no 


Rt home and in business: don't neglect either. Relax In rri^. rm plo went os a full list with saanich realty for q,,ti, . g.-m buy n* ••#ni* „ , 

•venlllH I'M* #r port..-* ba... %• JML ««MBEma. **£*** FV 4-tSM boqul, . 

evening. ai.r 7u,4l.* in ti*i Hlgn pna^ •tM# faem (.Rwll» Lea 3(OM T lilt 


$21,500 


Feb. 19 to March 30 *PI ■ces) - Recheek deos. ;.^*' Wr.M mtre.dm.iia FOK HALE l sol w***/ Wa'inomu W' 

detRlls. plans lor practicality ■ sake Orgsn.xe, system.- ' * aftracti \*x yes lredriv^ Zgn.mttU r'Z n#.. 

tl»e. WANTED REVENUE mOFERTY b^,«# mmp-ia rm atl *■.«# ••?- t) R McAdoma Raaf Batata 

Planning Ahead Good fnr entertainment, socisbll * g* SnSSSThA^V — 1 

Ity, etc.: Dec. 24, 27. .10. 31; Jan. 2. 3. 0. 9. H- i *g#m. arm vCTau Ftpoa t n *-i** »i/»T V ir*,*.* , -* woro, J , L 1 »Ki>Roo**e * ** 

1 (Relaaeod by Own.oud.iad R.o. Fwatlirv*. Ise-l I UuB F«om Sra, «1L Fh-w OAS-IUS. «« Oi 


IIJAOa NHA mdr'gag* 
availaS f 


J targe bedrm* Full ba-emen4 

SSU““ .. $6500 

< “ h rw.-7:.* M,r ^ :;: h >z 

MR OrtCHRURR 

ORb-IIM KV1-01M | nr" 

tkdO DOWN - 4«* HILLSIDE *• ALFRED 
bedim hbmr. In need decnrai- 
mi bul baaleollv koortd bwtmlno “* 

• nn boaein-n. ond nco hnl-glr 


and i-prr balh room Annul It.NMi 
ra*K balance a' IM per mnoth 

r ' ,n *aT U i*_,!^"?,(. rv a wt 0*'.gb"wl I rwdn.ow Numb featuring 
m la #• i*oN#'t#it iivumrewn w.in wr- 

ALFRED CARMieHAKL A CO and tiiew nrer.l*ea 


LTD 

17Tb mraad Al.eel 


Vaclwaiva ll*4.n»* fbrna.e Vaunt wow Fri o »» K« ,,,n ngymcni »• 

... f.r Mr W O C.mernn ^ Ho-.hwv. er- *ae«r - Tni." naarl. a.a Kucco bu 

V / I »J l» an Ua* 


tu e wymbm* And S'*w RrenlncA 
De lu»# elecirl- kl'ehoq F nllr-rd 
rwmpu* #•»’**! Le** ••( *«"agt 
•». e Thl# iron# •* ,0V# yrai mu *4 


•p* # Thlt "-one •. 
MM mo 1 1b mlw blue 


Me Adam* Real Batat* pr * *ji» an *»-*• 

THE BC LAND 

ID 1 BEDROOMS A IRVrrr»l\T AOtRCT l 

a •- live. i ui oatwBmeiu eum xv 4 


n a!rm' sbsrly *•• rue#* s o,, r, mi Mfra ma.ten ra, pru-c and 

l»e*_ M YK'brta LM FI $-*741 ^ k.*#«-w4. drtoo-in garage, 'em* in*.** ntewve Mr* Ne* n. 

) LOVELY LARQI WELL - SOI 11 *..*nm*'*. •« Uttb tuntr M EvTvV-o 1'rvV*d Vm enr'ml 

'TD fmme r Char'e. A. Noaaenle U*« l*«#* b'*t» . ••J-W* SB#, « TI w of EV I * o .*.#«> mt. 

4 4111 VicloriA F **a. Sab l*» Loodenderry Rd OR • MSA. 


1 


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32 feUu (Tolntilfll 

- Sunday. Dec 21, Hll 

1M Ho rses rul SALK 

TOWN & 
COUNTRY 
HOMES LTD. 

1923 Quadra St. 

“FAB KINO BO PHOIUXIT 

LAKEHILL 
- SECLUSION 

beautiful i-f <**»■* 

, ,'urco »eml-bung*lOW 


1M HOIKIK FWR SALE | IM ■<>***» F0R RAL ? 


Her. <V4» fOSS *U#»' I* Hlirhtn 
tu, place dining room , "irh»n 
• I'M 'or »•!»•' » 

13,600 

Ken Sturgeon KVJTTU. Re. 

OR 1-lMO 

CHRISTMAS 
SPECIALS 

| CENTRAL PARK » ">W™ 

men' ml $9000 

p.ctM* umi sfuvaj 

1 OOnOP * room, "“'"‘'T 
ImmMl.l. $9500 

pos.*..l»n 

3 ntjpiKX m »u*hh*. » *•* 

»nH b*lh <t 1 T 950 

I rm. unit b.'h * I J' 7JU 

4 jtHULEP- » '»* $8500 

». buildino un $3750 

SEA VIEW 

high esquimalt 

&r* *,5J.J « 

,.srr. 

'*n h#dKwi»p* **n nr 
iLmnrnhr |«a'h. ImfH »»k 
F„lj h*^e»nni *na nlavioom ■'**! 

•** si 4750 

yeungl Pr'r* ' 

Term. Arran**" 

FH 1 L 


northwestern 

SECURITIES 

OF VICTORIA LTY3 
«)l |Aia AT BROAD KV 

"HOME FOR 
CHRISTMAS" 

An old relratn but »«Ul rich 

m u*d»»»B V': 

Inc ^ four ham* for 

ChrltiroM anting “ 

rh**rv fireplace 
with warmth. th# oj-»nl »i 

T ,n» p#rw**'tn# lb * 
r ,. m uir CbrUUna* »r#* 

e tily III with cnintM »>«*- 
lot >»( light. W* 1 * ■*””! 

in mikfcf 1 Irulf IimtU 
warming Umlty ***jj‘ , a'. 
r«n h# your* Id »n|«» in 

In" 01 th# k#v..al lUfjaM I 

h(,r which give you 


nnr> rrom ^ * 

1)0000 nUh down »«*«*'”* 
from tWMi P>'«« MB*' 
ioday Inr *our Happy Holi- 
day LEN ROOER 8 Phono 
gV 5-1741 or OR 1 MU •“»* 
time 


To *«U your h«me in buy _* 
Kura# ©r to trod# tour nonii 
tar onolhor. '»** 

HOMES WANTED 

A. ■ • W«» Neighbor" »}>»•«- 

„,r | h*v* many 

town l*milie» /.'ll 

hOBlr. M V"'"* ' £ ' 0 i,MP 

tilea»e coll Di* MIIB BIMP 

grm. kv 1 tr«i or rv » M« 


RANDALL'S 

LIMITED 

GORGE 

TWO HOMES 

an . urt. ..i.rtrom I.' • 
rwim *;urc« h«m» •n '1 * 
ruxr, colioi* oil *»> ^ lr *' f ***' 

roam 1 ton 0 *»»r lonrln* c.i» Th^ 

u >».ut «<B>d $13,500 

DUPLEX — ESQU IM ALT 

Bunco builiitno *o«iplou , 'l I » r * 
Uitn« roon. Jl U »t 1 h Uroploro. 
diD>n( room Ihiouih hoi* i>«* 
floori J «»ry iorge hMioom*. 
Proibrnk* tioihroom Ur«c cobinM 
*!*e kltchrn Oihor *U»r »»•«« 
living room otth llioolo y 
room*, Prmh l>»i hromn uUllJV 


duo lion l»rr month Full P" r * 

it 8,000 

On iin Ahoio c*ll Mr Hudhury, 
Ryrt OR ft-lftOft. 

LOVELY HOME 
BASEMENT 


1 M HorwRi mt HAIT. w» hotomfokbaiK wjioctmTOUmle 

WHITTOME'S Brown Bros. L& S 


SUITE 


"FAIRFIELD" 


Thro* »'»»» °*1 Thu yonilrrfnl 
hnmn hot Ihre* bcdrocim* P»- 
euiu* kltchrn »t«h nr.nk L*rt» 
LB with ftropUeo. nr«i dinio* 
rn-im oil n#k fln-ir* '»«• bath- 
room* A Ivgol h4»em«l‘ »««• 
im rlrr’rlc kllrhm heormwi. 
living room bdtlirajm C*rr»«* » 
mortcae* which Includr* 
(,,c, oil umi doubl* *»r««r An 
r»c»p»l*m»l ptopo- m i "7 CAfl 
dlltcrO. IT ter 5 1 /(JUU 


M t> <1 • r n J-bc-dronm hom» 

1 third m b»»»m*«i' 
plor.k* Crom 'h* *»* T,tl * 
invrly rlftr-tltl* home »l'h 
O O M h*4l»n« !» MCAIU 

nfly to no***** Inn *•***" 
had almnvi imm**ltatf.' 
Tlua h 'tna l* o r I r * 

««M $ 1 1 ,250 

a"h «i<wm rtnwn Hn%*>fr 
.h* MVBPr t» an.fdlMin •''' 

?i r r c. l !t 

t\ HIM 


OAK BAY 
4 ROOMS 


'$2200 DOWN" 


NEW 


ONLY $2245 DOWN 

three pmnooM 

NH A BPNOAt.OW 

Br »cio J* »-nm*. 

fc5;w H SS^r H ftS:".Wj I 

h»ihi*vim lull crm»nl ha»rm»nl 

K!J,.£ u -5^ to o^S“W"a- 

ter w,n s' 3.975 

rs'TZl Kl’V"*., 

A VERY 
Merry Christmas 

hnm* "I 'halt dream* ha*» 

M* < rir*' ChrU'ma* eve* 

think " f 1 h " n L r :.r U MTATE or 

kuvinr «r *ellin* REAL KBTAT* ■ 
an v' kind, rhtnk nf PHIL 
fer iniere.ted 

tre Hope ie hear Irnm r^ l »l« ) 

„ KV J-TJT« or R- • ^ 

— HICKS 
REALTY LTD. 

n,o o r ;7 r HMd: , ;v , tuy . 

BRAND NEW I 

Thi* J HR !•"".* •* »•« 

0 .'#P»nry in rhy ne* r'U 
biift with man* tlflranlr I * 
lure* full rem-nl •>•«" l “ r ** I 

I L-ititpM LR »nd DU C«mbln*dL 
’ dr-lr faragf. tlUlltJ 0,f Jf™ 

* ;„r c,h kl« O'O' M he4t Ph«ne | 

B,,m*teMt* $12,6jU 

I Ml anv. m. 

COMFORTABLE HOME 

uz . rH I 

O-O-M eyrellenl der nrai inn. 

term, ran - ar $R 9 S 0 

■etf^ryMtl* rv ' «Tttm. 

NEW — LANGFORD 

N»* t rm*. nice »raa $7050 I 

RTwCi. $9950 I 

Ohv?'r»TMvVTrV 1 -ftlM 4hytlma 

ROCKLAND , , R I 

Hr* S rrn* J bedim* larpe I.R 
with PP MW nenvr* 'Lrwrihn- • 
n-rt-M he.- rhl** tn •'} ** e, ll- | 

l„. Nil A mur*a«e. III.WIO *1 

$15,000 

Mr D**ie* PV 7-tlM auy'lme 

COLQUITZ DISTRICT 

ninil* •"<$ di*un|# buttdlnt lOJd 

j 4 r" *4cK*a*» * anr'im a 

.McCANDLESS realty 

tui fnrt 8' reel Phone KV 1-itll 
» Heal K*-aid and Inauraner. 

Yaur LUtini* App»»***l«d- 

$1200 — $1200 DOWN 
$65 PER MONTH 

FAMll Y HOME OP • ROOM* J 
fcrdti’n** and l*a»hT*iom “P Jr ' 
tat rn«m d-Klna 
. 2W nr eauld b# » BEDROYiMfl 
Fun bl*h na.em-nl wi'H 
lurBaf* piped •'» r,v '"" Du \ r : 

Ir, raita* '"der lvi*e nil' «"l d 
IllMMtLr Ta*e* .»• nme -n 
m-w-l* *l«raa n»»r $AS00 
. r R'am.d .,^?mj 

' JOHN BLAIR LTD. 
620 VIEW 
EV 5-3742 

$7500 
6 ROOMS 
1100 SO. FT. 

AH An one Door older ♦•mil* home 
•a.i «|, m> rot* net n'pe na» lur- 
a nir* all in lond ennrtilioti LOW 
•down F/IUkKT BALANCE at 
» il per month. Low lata* Cliwe- 

Fle a***"'all' Mr MW Jf* eotxrint- 
m*n'. la rlry EV 4-1111 


BPLtT LEVEL 
HtGII Qt'ADRA 

■ rand »»*» I- pm mom hom* In 
, moil altrarnva .elllna *A«V 
tarn,. Full prl«* M.V 

n>iw rail Pal Delaney 
)lei EV 1 <*M Olliff KV J-llfll 

HARRY FOKTKR LTD. 


a i.nKin* "** re*dv tp 
o*o* e in'o. ihrty 
”m*rr»lU 
bimpbon K\ » *Y*I t* 
r\ > sMi 

"ESCAPE FROM DEBT" 

APB YOD BURDENED WTTH 
HEAVY MONTHLY MVJWT«^ 

I fere I* a nnra-ln- a-iiie 
time opnoriunltr to ired. 
the tunny In yuttr prevent 
borne Tnt \»* •• •“ 

cider type 

and ranuVAlM home In • 
aorvd iorallftn 

but and mo* 1 * l hi* how* 
ha* been re-wired lor «<*«• 
trie rana*. wagher *nd “LI” 
•l*h new topper pining The 
kitchen ha* been HUed wllh 
nr* Y»ung»lown a'»ei c»bl- 
net* and »tak $7950 
Full price * 

Monthly payment, era ordy 
uid AND YOU WILL ES- 
CAPE moii debt when 
YOU BURN THE MORT' 
GAGE IN • YEAJW TIME 
EIUC A MACrADYEN. 

EV » «Y«1 


Varan' m-ive ln*« » n ,c * home 
Kitchen ha* electric r«n« .nj 
■aihatr l**irner loyely living 
rmim llreplac and parnuel mak. 
flnnr. iwa hrlgh« bedroniri- rein, 
neeke ba'h *"aehe«1 «»' a<e All 

nn nice le.idenual .ireei Term- 

$8500 

On |w« above rail Mr Davla. 
Eve. EV l-MM 

TAXES $40 48 
CNE YEAR OLD 

-p,ree.h.dMiam home Oil liirnere. 
Cln*e to *rhoe*l* and »'nre» 1 tnllM 
rmm ei'v Your down 
ma» '.A* II... $7500 

Full price * 

CITY 

$500 DOWN 

Siy-r^nm »M*. Li na' Iwmie Mill 
rang*' and apno* liou’er Var.ini. 

fan |Hg^"-a» «**«"* « 

n-w pg'lh* rent 

On Wo above, ryll Mr. Lrrwnilea; 
•vet Clt K3I51 

OEORGP BANDALL LTD 
t) 0 t Ilnug'.a* 81- Phona KV 141111 


EatebHatied IMI 

VACANT 
5% NHA 
MOVE RIGHT IN 
DE LUXE 6 ROOMS 

ttlluaied ill • *r‘cT •«> 

..r <i.it*luf» Head w»h a V* 

III* aca Arid • 'lev «t lb* 
in 1 k 4 him* "Mi# If* Ur# liv imm 
iiiini.E min, wpwn IR 

ahd'ea- Brnart kilt bed !■*» «*f 

cal.umU i«r ami uiii.li- Thrna br l 
nnnu aU ip— I ** >fcl,h 
rluat-l* KuU nigh i*aM'mm' iil'Wl 
lor* nimpua iwm OH-O-MaUr ^ 
*lrt\r in gar age llwdM *+ wly 
lamed and lull.* fem«l Va. anl. 
Mu.' nr .-Id Try f'-ur *»» •'««• 
nicril -if caah iu l»U« *« * IIA 

$15,900 

Mr lire* KV i:H 

r,. EV11W1 


$2200 DOWN 
3 BEDROOMS 

Nearing coaiplaUon •atertlv dr* 
eigned and huill lull haa.-mcnl *M.rv 
gal '•**>, Mu»«dan y Wlrtit -n CuMru'A 
»ivrl .ink imr and hanging . ahH"Ra | 
ae,,.* rating bright and .|«»*'t-iu. 'lining 
area ThnMijRi hall »n*l *.|a-n arch 
with urpiught iron »ii*k Living r«*m 
nll»i-i by ojurn Hrajitare and ma- 
le, cany lUIIN’Ilrd wwll ‘ Tliw B-«al- 
trn<lr«onit. maairr i*'dt-«-m 
wilh *|.hii.|c rlrtad and eliding d-»-la. 
rcrniil'okia *•."> trU-C' MAlIn h*-ai. 
drive in garagi Cnai.ida . Iruicd. 
la yelled ami rviniy fur linwi !•> n 
hark A home nil tan 'm |inhi-l -d 
and In a «,*«< InCAlli-n will. g--«l 1 

Wlmoia and bu*. m 1 o YCfi 
Full price 4> I J/ r Ju 

Mr lirgrw, EV 2-4238, 
re*. KV kd'*'*) 

ROCKLAND 

Area 

GRACIOUS HOME 

Among the Oaks! 

JUBT nn THE MARKET Mill 
beautifully flnl*he»l veer ntd bun* 
aalow roh.iat* nl nlmn.l 3 5$n 
aq-itra •»»: at f learning "«k 
Ilnor. rompn»"ig *liai Win. living 
and dining mom*, three beilroum 
roomy d»n *lih aemnd fue|*i,ne, 
rtnubla Iilumking. Ullll'y rnnm 
biyylv kllchen and double garage 
The fine. I automatic nil hoi eater 
hea' with ha»etinArd radiamr*. 

I he wral'h af J»pane.» Ben*wnnd' 
panelling «nd th« beillllllul 
aeinng amang wail awaced 
and lawn* make thl. a nl-*-u'r 
to *how »nd an e»o*H»ni buy 

$23,500 

Fur further detail, .nd i«'nt», 
pie ..a cal! H Tra*ey*.||mlth 

’$1800 DN 
WHO 

aeld It (4(I0n1 he fliih*' BAP* l 
Henri* J ACHF* nf hegUHfUl 
auhurban nroiieny, -*lth- many 
PNfMT ir tf nl ail varjnjl^ 
Uwei .limb. garden. HI <rr- 
t Fits 3-hedroom *'urro linn** A 
am*ll e«'v h'-m* for the cHv* 
weurv fnlka in rente in Hoi w.ter 
he *'ed Mere’* a **' tude.1 aaiden 

t r :z im VWI $ 10,800 

Plea’.'r -all n Harn* EV * tHJ or 


Brown Bros. 

AGENCIES LIMITED 

ItJk BLANSIIAHD *p»R*T 
M*-MI 1 1' :**L l-MII HUA*D 

MKMRPR UUT.TTPL» 
LirriNO BOKKAU 

MAGNIFICENT 
SEA VIEW 
SECLUSION AND 
TREES 

25 MINUTES TO TOWN 

Ml W 1 BEDROOM HOME WITH 
MANY OUTSTAND g 1 Q ^QQ 
INO PEA CURES -*> I U, 

To vie* call Mr. Peart*. 
EV*-«TP R'» FV VIOl 

WATERFRONT 
MOVE IN FOR 
CHRISTMAS 

Borne Jucky ovraon 
move lulu a. beautiful horn* 
* nieh he- I*»en reduced j« nrirt 
from »!• 5"h $9 




Thl# home runaraM n* large l... 
ia.J7 fi DR »lee kUChfn 

With liullt In .love and elcc oven 
The.e I mum. have a |.anur»mi«- 
view of I he *»» nterr 
j bedroom# U»I3. IUH- 
g-pc halhim and a J Of bavi br n 
or oowrter im «lf ‘he hall ‘Oier# 
I. a double * arport haidlop drive 
wav and » landwapad garden 
Thi* I* * 'rue bargain lor a dia- 
crun-nalltig ituvrr. Full urlcr- wilh 
ter'M*. gili.Vt 

i V ta'*ivj^Mr r dIV. Ev‘t."rm 

8 ROOMS 

WALKING DISTANCE 
TO TOWN 

Here U an opportunity fur you 10 

tiny • apart home lunelalina of 

j . ,,fl, m 1 * room* and ba-hrm down. 
1 large bedroom# -JP Poll 
pimi a ill. dr m aaraae Ideal 
revei.u* M.IHiK DOWH and bal 

a nca al 100 p.T muntb. $9500 

A*kln* price T 

*&'*?**" VKTftn 

$2000 DOWN 

Will buy y*a <hl» new 3 Ired- 
room .hi ago bungalow in one of 
the h-re.l dl.trh*. t» Baanlclt. 
You tan m"te in imm*,lia-e | t 


$13,300 

Dr 'ror more Wlorma'ton call 
Jim Flan. an EV S-ftTtl, 

Re. KV $><«U 


L& S 

OUR AIM, IS THE 
UNUSUAL 
HOMES OF 
DISTINCTIVE 
STYLING 
CADBORO BAY 

r«.M MY otttne PIRKPLA^ 
ADDS CHARM TO THE >-AHOE 
LIVING ROOM Pamtly-»t»e din- 
ing 100 m modern kitchen * 
BATHROMB Thru h*U plan w th 
OPEN «T AIRWAY ptl hoi water 
heal DOOBL* OARAOE On I 

$£« * Uh W,TH HUr KX^“T 

$29,500 

OAK BAY 

RNOLISH .emi-bunialow 18 TJJC- 
CO AND, CimiR Pt-A«Jt 


#T\r1 nl. AC IV ll*u n IIBinwB»r, 

RAlflSD HEARTH flr'l>'»'r ■ 

ing room TWO 
DEN dining ro.im, 1'* RATM- 
urtOMB Ma.ier bedroom will* 
open fireplace Bulll In »*30 
lia t * *e« Ii.mnl coal »toker. 

Prlre onl> WITH m t / Oflf) 
GOOD TERMS ? ' r/.f.Vr 

Two h'i»t*e. above 
UBTtNoa With l H RANna 
EV 1-tllT Re. . KV 1 a»*0 

FAIRFIELD 

STUCCO BUNGALOW 

gee thi* charming home every- 
thing In perlect coamllon d jeer* 
pin larae living rimm WHh fire- 
place targe chine! kllr hen with 
dining are. Pembroke bathroom 
and 3 Urge bed mom. Full high 
lia-emenl fully lined with nil fur- 
oac# and fireproof garage On 
nice garden lot 8 *a * lr * *° m * 

$ 12 . 69 ° 

Call Roland Atnoe. KV 3-4117 
LEACH * SPARKS 
| 1 I« Blan*hard Bireet 


COME, SEE 
AND COMPARE 

?« v'Ti.isr' >? 

h-,h b*m' hlg Neat Krtund* 

Sep ga-age You’ll oe PP*Ul *® 

own thl* one Full $8600 

pure Wilh term* * uuww 


153 WAKTTD TO BIT— 

HOUSK 8 

TO OWNERS ONLY 

Who value the *«p#rtatica wf a 
lung »»iablt.ri»d real eatata com- 
pany W# have ***»ral ca»h bug- 
* 1 * 101 4 and »-room horoaa in 
Oak Bay Cadbora Bay of ML 
Tel ml a area* Baeemaot opltanal 
If you era planning to a* II In the 
new vewr pl.aae Phong fog an 
Imped tan end appreUal Mr- 
Harrta. KV 1*1*1, eve* OR7-IIM 
any tin-* No obllaalino 

HEISTERMAN & CO. 

• EetabUahad 1M4- 
till BUnabard Btreal BY 1-41*1 


SMALL HOMES 
WANTED 

■% luting* roouirwl of all l»P*» “J 
email ,um*< In anv UUlrlrl I 
apeclallge in properila* between 
*4 000 and M0O0 and oould bo 
moat haopr u» rail on you to die- 
ca» the po.alble .ala valu* of your 
home or property without any 


IM W OPCTTT rom ^ 

' HA LE 

BRENTWOOD 

Greenhouee ..vac IS nnrt mi R. " 1 ’h 
apaitmrni an>l p * 1 vm« plan'- You 

can pe« hf « « *> 2 ft.k.k 
year*. Frt« aOyJpnom with ban 
rw*h A root granV* KOU# rv* - 


rfm 

An e grill. IV* a a. m| and a M*rnr 
Xma. and a FrofllaM* New Year. 

Brentwood Propertiet 

Kealiug 2 U fie * lor* aec anytimo. 
Re. ph-me Keel in* *«T. 


SNAP! 

Rrildentl#! Uti. UMi hifU 
Uno. In Good mImmiU. Nub. 

trampogfUMk. $ 2 1 00 

Far further mfnrmatlan Pleea* eoll 
L Mollllgt OR *-3*JO or Let* 
Wardl*. OR 1-134* or offICO 
EV t-tlOg 

Fran* A Martin Aaencie* Ltd. 
Ill* Blan.haid Bireet 


a»k fni Leonerd T$o«o. *| Oordno ■UUBO 


HEISTERMAN suites 

wrnl hi*, in an 


OakBay Reolty ] TODAY'S 


$1000 DOWN 
IN FAIRFIELD 

Bo convenienl you con walk— 
.pi,-* and apon 3 bedrnam*. 
don nle wl«»mbUl|P»V ba. 
*nr e a* rent TKD CHAR 
TPES rv S-K74I or KV 6 b50l 


'4 BEDROOMS" 


Ju.t the n«m* for a grow- 
Ut« family Th# pre.enl 
uaner Itnd* thal U I* •« 
large for her arnali famlly- 
fnur bedroom, living room 
gnd dinin. raoiB. !•»»• 
AUn a lamlly-vueit kitchen 
Y.iu ot« fort ’h" »«*!"• 
loeatod t’-n*e to city rentt* 
J,n a fenced HR. Urao 
eocugA |o» a bid* , ball lleid 
id lot »ock verd Don t 
ir* la* tkl» opportunity tn 
purchata a horn* 'o fit your 
JamiUy Call ma now in 
view rul. price $78 c 0 

oo verm, MAURICK^N 
SMITH KV •-««. Kv»a. 
K\’ 1-WSft- 


"MOVE IN' 


Nice lemiiy home ri««e •« 
good M-ho-X* and on nu» line 
•Bt-ml'iuie .ervice. eilli I 
bathing beach cloa# IV 
Living room l bedroom 
give hen, bathroom down 
»|u. 3 bedroom, up and 

r-jom with »W* "ould be 
lull plumbing i full oa.etnent 
furnace garage Take* only | 

110 * immediate po.vea.lmt 

. -< $ 7450 I 

Wilh at MHI 13 non dnan 

balance *M> per BWlh < •" | 

U»f ROGERS. KV J-ft741. 

yew OR 7-M1« 

"FAIRFIELD, $7.00" 

Kiralleol older l*f>* hmne 
with four bedroom*, ready 
to mova in AM rertemraied 
mi both floor* Tru.y an e*- 
crultonal buy rhony i- 
■ AIN 8 BURY, KV l-iltl or 
KV »-*03» 

"ONE BEDROOM" 

Ottamma white T '* f J 

out atiiccn bunaaloa wi*n 
urn* *erlu.lon Dn»'->n 
«ar»*e and full .. r * m ' n i 
na.rment titled wilh work 
nem h lor d*d lively large 
l.*lng room wlt|i cheerful 
nr Kk (ireplaee and *po*l*-.* 
I!,-, nr • Bunnv dining tuom 
and dream kltcheu. den>r- 
ated lb detain pa.-fl 
abade* Nlce-.l** lot •' »* 
* 00.1 for llowgr*. fruit 
or vevei at, tea Prl»» inelude* 
Oil kllr h*n range and two 
curd- nl a-md far II. in* rm 
fireplace II Mum and Dad 
*r» vt.t'lng yuu Ullf Amaa 
and they ary thinking of 
teilf In* *onn. 'hey muat tot 
tin* dream rn.lave located 
i . block from Ine WJP 
Lr.w lame*, clear title rtill 

r; 56950 

Owner* filing bee an** they 

nww uead a 'hr*#- bed room 
bom* Rxflu.lv* tlrllnft 
Call KB 1 C A UACT AD YEN. 
EV $ «741 34-IIR TKLK- 
PHONR SERVICE 


"MUST SELL" 


Mere I* ynur oooortuniiy *" 
^ purrhie* tht* modern '»■- 
^ bedroom bungaloa a< a *«• 
rrite Con. 1. ling *f » 


GORGE 


** LB Cab kllthen w.ih neok 

tm * K>d room, and bathroom pl»* 1 

• Ldrnnm up *nd *pafj«r another 

2 OH ha.l Large lot $10^00 

* Ft If* 

I Mr Bdwarde 

\ H A HUMBER LTD. 

; •>» vu- « 

' ' ignO^DOWB 

' a Iiuwo hunga'AR- n0W D V‘ 

- vcTTon. wa.k'n. -HJ- 

; ss’Kria s-« 

r 

l £t,rru. 

■V4 MM. 


gam per* Con. l. ting »i * 
family -airorft Ik'in* room 
largy cnblltel kite hen Ol'h 
dining area af*o a tour 
piere baih, There la a large 
aeparale garega with Moraft 
.p./e The egtertor «l tl ♦ 
nom* i» iluce* • |, h Durold 
root There ary appro* ' « 
doten I full Ireoa on lh* 
aver »ge- »l*#d lot Thl. home 
i. wiling at th# $6750 
lop price wt only * 

For further deuiu dial 
HOMER M M*yn* a» 
EV $-*7.l or OR1-IHI 


"$500 CASH" 

Bight- mil* rlrcle g-rwr.m tlA- 
ba.emen t bungaloa on V 
•era lot $5950 

Ft lew 

DON BAOOH. KV » K7M. 

"IN SIDNEY VILLAGE" 

MV-rr BE BOLD tma msrt 

“Uttl* gem Of * BTvICClJ 

BUNGaESw behind "• 

whit* picket Cenc* fnrt# 
kltrhvn tneWduUy decorated. 
It. log room and 

a. aga too Bergwln PRICID 

5« $5500 

Call U1UI ■ BARVKY foe 
datatia af low down payment 
pod LOW monthly •» 

■V ».#1« or KV l'H« 


FOR OAA BAY H°MKK 

A VERY MERRY 
XMAS TO 
ALL OUR FRIENDS 
AND CLIENTS 

We consider this far 
more appropriate at this 
time than any advertise- 
ment — but — d Y° u 
wish to buy or sell, os 
olwoys we are here to 
help you. 

W O OtIMM 
B J Levy ItOlt 
J. Meat. 
r Revnttlda 
R Si Ilea 
D Whvt# 

Call KV » T7«FT anytime 

MEARS & WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 

r.M Oak Bay A'*. 


H AG AR' S 

DUPLEX 

NEAR PARK — SEA 

ONLY 13, M0 DOWN 

I.lye tn Fairfield and have 4*0 
t»»r month cumlltg in Irm.i IP 

naif. *ul'e with 4 tl'-afi 

I] iiedtm- - for «wn*r OH hew. 
Double plumbing ft.-pkTf» *n- 

KK - $15,000 

Call me l« view J M. Tetlnr 

EV 4-AtJl eve*. R\ 4-»F17 

SOMETHING GOOD 

FOR CHRISTMAS 

Re'lred triupl*. 'hi# may b* h# 
rn.v deep, modern 4 room bun- 
galow gnu h*v» keen aai'tlt* f«r 
LR with FP 3 bed.bta r*o eiev 
ktt with dlnln* .pae» oil li**i 
L*e cat*** 4 mile* owl RIU *' 

&K ' $8500 

j. M Tatlnr FV 4-f*»»l t 

| tea EV 4 *»« 

Hager * Ewavn* Ltd «I4 Val** 


STEWART 
CLARK & CO 

•M Rnmgiilori SL fhorvg W \ T4S3 

OAK BAY NORTH 

10 yra uld and III -pull# • ,-nndl- 
lUm i go-wt »i*ed imirn- 4-|W '.alb 
and itlllll* r.vom v#n elllC'ent 
Timk*n hoi-air honlln* tinli '-*• 
iat*. A meat da.irahl* prbpcrtr 
jum IMted $ ] 2 600 

Borne term* A*kini + *-• ww v 

GORDON HEAD 

yen afinuld •** 'bl* l-lw-vm 
rar/her if *ou Ilk* th* Gordon 
H**d di.rtlrl It . warmer l.er*. 
quiet and peaceful A i,-v»ly yai 
d*n .uemunit* thl* attractive 
nom* P“U ta.ml Term. 

SMT $ 1 4,500 

*V I-34AI. Kv*. Mr Cviitmev 
BV 4-71*0 Mr Lukey OH 1 9b4« 
or Mr. Cuatonc* KV J-7»)ft 


best buy 

Gwner leaving enun-rr mu.i .ell 
thi» delight (til b.rofm- hungainw 
Feature. l,-.haimd livlna-dlh'h* 
room with French dour m paint, 
atep-.evlnc kltriien 3 !#•»* bed. 
room. «-pc plumbing, autn O'* 
ha. I wist <7 .eeludert *■ " land- 

• r«|i*d gruMnda. 3-car .eparai# 
garage Spoil#.* ln*Jt1e and mil 
Own*' will al«n ^'1 1'imt.hiBg* 

*n,i ear Ifvoti *r* in'»r#«i*d In 

• gnnri deal (>h*>n* nn* *3 '->0 j 
will hamltg. !'«'» mnneav* P'lll 

sir sii.500 

rv 4.4771 

J H WltlMSBI# A- t*n. Ltd. 

|?|y srnad S',**r 
EV I *34$ anvllme 
Member Mul'ln'* Llalln* Sure»H 

NEWSTEAD 

REALTY LTD 

f»| Fort EVJ ftlll 

FAIRFIELD 
NO STEPS 
COSY 

|,uinl LIVING ROOM CAR 
KITCHEN UTII ITY ROOM 3 

FirDROOMS NICK OAROBN 
WITH rnt’IT THICKS NEAR ALL 
FhNYKNirNCKii 

$ 1 2,000 

PRICK * ~ ' 

Ted Kergln, KVJ-AIIT, 

I>*. EV 4-1'».- 

3 ACRES AND MODERN 
FAMILY HOME 

on parkllk* »e«|nr •"-! '•"<1* <«r 
manv p..-a|bl| 1 "wv 8*. ' .*•■ <»'• 

veni--nltv lo.e'ed Larae LR wph 
PI* rparat* OR. mnileru kt'rb*n. 

2 trge tiedim., 'Win clO‘<(», 
ui-l.iv room Pitt* full Lw.ement 
• im > tini-hert nwiti-* and 3 -m* 
ha-h Wl'h -im* energy and lit'-* 
labor .til. property antiW e-'a'iy 
in. rea.e in valu* View by appoint- 
m*tu nniv •HI* * Salter, 
EV 2 1117 *..., BY 4-733I, or 

rye. OR 7-14M 

SWINERTONS 

lEa'ab'tahed llll' 
f]n BROLGHTON ST KV 3 7U1 

OAK BAY 
5 ROOMS 

pm rm bungalow nn quiet »U*' n 
vv , 1 1 -i w . a,.* nr Rywnt 13, at 1 '- *’• 

and b-i* ■»w»Pfi-e* re 1 *'"• 'Am 
her 1.R with yv di'il''# rm *•» 
*,e» AU Itardwooe I'" le S 
luk* ioo-»iile unk i a lt*il, a lirnrm- 
t P ba'lt MU' U.fft' 

TlttkUl nll-hwailhg UIH' 
i<ipi^', piping Dr -in g/"«*r -n 
I up ii -oi Pcnrert Im Ail " "*• 

•op 'LAP 1 Clear $12,300 

title A.min« ■c ' • 

Mf. Cut, KVI-llftl. «V l-3ft!4 


IMMEDIATE 
OCCUPANCY 
FAIRFIELD. 3 BR’S 

Thl. hnmc la oiuaied t.o a larita 
di’iifH* loi. lltinf tonm »»in 
flreplacr d»n al'h Hr*pUt • 3 

t.imoiet* bathrww** *ood kitchao 
and 1 badf'ioma nn one Hoot Full 
cement oa-emenl *i"t hnl air 
p/H Owner ttaa dear title *'"1 
a, a .M.aw -1 a*i 

Full $14,650 

orn# 

Mf 

MOVE IN 
FOR XMAS 
MT. TOLMIE 

a anefimi. 4 room busaalnw »;'h 
a Vl. tt living mom and immev 
nr*'., I, # •-•at waiting *"• *" n *' 
n>,» -V i.ehl in the Yule In* " J 
re/rearlnn ronm end ‘ n 

(„|t trarnmept Oil bra' • 

n $ 2 800 

oac* Pill P r,t ' ^ ' 

Oflera w , II he cmtaldereil. 
new rail 

Mr Harrl. KV 1-47812 
Eva* OR 7 IftSft 


One af the mnre •■‘he'*" 11 * ' ' ,p *ri 
mrn i b!M m good <ii» 

Hparlatl* attraeftye ate 

!{,”•& TRSTtfi^sa'i. 

X $79,000 

Plea., phno. lira- & Jwhrwu.. 
EV 1-43#$ 

ISLAND 

Investment Co. Ltd. 

774 Pdrl Btteel KV 4-7147 


Douglea Hawkey Ac Cn II7A Fori 
gl. EV 4-713i tre*. BVJ-MaJi. 

" REQUIRED - 
BEFORE 
CHRISTMAS 

2 or j-hedneien taingglm* for wld-nw 
With 'hre* i-hlltlrrn Have unit |7f* 
it , r*n ami can pay up t-J W !»r 
Ht avth. Muat Iv- near g'-M bu* aer- 
vtce Call l'l .IKK .STRETCH at aw, 
EV 5 *141 or EV174M Nnrt hw rat- 
#rn 5trvrl9iN o( Vldirti l-l«l 

WANTED 
. iJP-AND-DOWN 
DUPLEXES 

Bara dlanu. neavl aevwral dupleaaa 
Ptxm# ua. 

GEORGE RANDALL LIMTTKD 
IM* Onuglat 8t Phnna KV 4-atft 

— waterfront 
HOME WANTED 

Fri'-w up in |U.nit M'mild like 
*h«|lered hcwch and ancle -rag* Anv 
g..M) dtitri, t Will gi* •• '• r "V' •• 
Sidney Pirate phnna me Immrdi 
a'*|v. Cllrni waiting R«« ftmltb. 
Wetiern H'i»ne* Ltd., EV 2-1357. 
evra OR 7 8449 

20-FOOT LIVING ROOM 

Knr 13 bn A.wn mv client want* a 
h„u *w wlih large living na.ni nn# 
«r twu tnilniiirTt* and aiunmatlr 
ml nral Plwpae phone Mr* Lajng 
al Ihnrgla# Hawk** A Co EV 4 712*- 
rre. EVVJB4I 


CLOSE IN 


Newer Imme -n tC'-ef Twf heM- 

. niaina pita* an c.ir* flniahed { “ " 
l„ -t< full high haecment New 
lun-fcuge -I lien- •• • ..iwlill-at. 

A' i fence il with !•*"" T»ve« 

Ji’pnra. $10,800 

,V1f Ev/." i;7l 71-^M 

HKISTrtMAN * COMPANY 

tCitahlUhed IftlAI 


Itll Ulan -bird 8L 


KV 1-41*3 


JOHNSTON'S 

Ef*rARLISHBD 1#A3 
DM BROAD ST BV » 3471 

FAIRFIELD 

MASTERS ROAD A high nutet 
grand IPcaflOn among t»- ei 1 »P* 
Hnnie* An atrraitlve wall coil 

• trufted ‘-mall 4-rnom attireo 
bir-igaim* meal for rented couple 

• I-,., de.ire . rlila* lit r*» idrnte 

n»#f »H .ertiie. Full dayttalit 
ba.em/m IIA h##t Oarag. 
gm #11 Unilataped garden \aianl 
pn..e«,ui. J } ] 000 

Aeklng 


HIGH GORGE 

gAPt. ORKY '-me ol th# k»*f 
niRtn , il' | f d J nnlftWMii t)om* *0 
thl’ it'i 1®’ llvlflt rftom, 12*12 
, lining rium. mmiein *|er*rtr cahl 
r,e< . n/hi n. 1 larae b.-|gh< h,il 
f.utmi Pull lined ha. /men! Ol! 

Garage Nee- **••'*" >n 
arnitle*. ■ ondttinn thn-ughnul N« 
aildlllonbl evnen.e Here C-arhef 

$11,500 

r,e. Mr hn-e OR a 1*17. nr 
Mr OTnoh- KV 3-«140 


FINANCIAL 
SURVEY LTD. 

1334 Government 81 EV 4-#J0ft 

SACRIFICE 

II inn dr wn handle, thl* »po;le*». 
n» oa-emr-nt »lii'U4 *1?,* 

I k . living rm, l’*74. wi-h FP, 
H vv Ildar all '1*4 *11 dine it# 
.pare 3 file# hi'Oiftt- »»P a.rae. 

1 , 1 , elv lac at inn il--* "• »i *in--lw. 
bu, etc Widow aiwlnua tn **ll 

rr« - $8200 

h,.v o.ti kv* t*in»: r«* ev 4 J3iti, 


$12 300 | LITTLE BUNGALOW 

"e ' i.rnnim- 


A. BERNARD 

* CO LTD. 

«» Fort Street KV 4 -433ft 

LAKEFRONT HOME 

A permanent nldrr h-irne *»n -wo 
very nve# watertroiit 104*. tty# 
cnmfnrtahlr ».mm« and ba'hrnom 
alMt laundry mom )ar»e yerwrv.la, 
m pa rate garage Good warden 
with fmlt tree. Wharf and boat. 

gsr* $7500 

Tn- hnme may be purchaved futly- 
fXintllhed, ready to $0000 
flier* into for 30UUV 

Flea.y call Mr. Fvanct. 
gy 1-31)1; eye*. OR*-**!® _ 


VICTORIA 
REALTY LTD. 

1111 DMlftaa Street 

CHRISTMAS 

SPECIAL 

$10,500 

lA’e -an aite v n,» *«..«tiwillw*w On*' 
ae,..bn Of 'hi* d.liahtlul new 

bungalow wilh ektia lfr*e Rvlni 
ranm dlnln* room atld two w# 
Mwim- t)e "*«*. kitchen ath 
hrrakta*' nnalr Aniwnd'lr h'« 
Oaraee a'laehwK On!» »t 
nr .iih.ianllal orire reductinn tor 

1,11 Vtvone -nri*. la R O, N*v 
*V 3 ft 3 0 ,3 • eve. EV 4 

TWO 

EXCLUSIVES 
DRIVE BY 
1550 BROOKE 
3191 CARMAN 

pVa.e da nm dlaturb lh# owner* 
Call m# UP lae Inlormation abo-it 
ellfiwt of rhea# Inyel* Mingalowa 
Coufte.y «a other aa*rft. 

VtLDRBD LAVENDER 
KV 3-4*1 KV ft *137 


IN OAKI.AHim DISTRICT 
Of 4 room* t.R kllrlten. 3 bed- 
rm., full haeamenl HA furnace, 
tn nh* enndlllnn TTklt ejeellrnt 

*«"'• , $6500 

Full Prtr* only 

fl n# M mHftnv. pv 4-0105; 

te. KV 4-1437 


QUICK POSSESSION 

Oold.n OFonrtRBlly to 
.ert of rich *0*1. olu* • 
j-oetlrnom bungaluw wtth >*n^ 
eablnet kitchen and ee»aret# util 

'L*v« ^rincKXTu,^ 

KA7 f,, no- fn .« N . orl L h ,V‘rv n ft-«^i I 

Nea Tear- - 

MNtVFKSnY DISTRICT 

sifesss 

«niT'; r .rk?r *$io,760 

Vir ciarae OR 7 Wlft °r 
Mr MdDonoM OR 1-»'» , l,U " d 
Jtama* L34.. »»0 Du-.I.a 
KV 41511 

PLACE TO START 
JAMES HAY 

IMMEDIATE *n "tSK-SSION 
n„ae I,, a |w.m.r>' w-h-.d, tbl* 

. u ,„. ,. r wdh aj-fTSJS. 
iSfoyff'Rj Sr «h. -Nraramr 

!(w .bildrcn **e *fn»" 4 y 
i .a.H A..I Aew'y dectdwIWl. »ull 

P " r Co"lu- 3 Ul3: 

eve* EV S-5WI 

DICKIE A CO REALTY 
*« F<irt St EV • 

" Tm Evea. EV ? M 

TEDAR HILL 4 -ROOM BTTfCOO. 

nil! BASEMENT O L HOT 

WATER HKAT 

An eirelient buy with aimo*t l»- 

rnedia'e po.»a*alno RAhSJJ 

hall Plan le.ture. i._ 

in* r<K-m Itth hw.emeni *t‘h dr 
m aaraae eapen.ly* al' hot water 
beating Plant Ftl" prlre thU 
e* rellent i.u. I* #"'» ** ™ .... 
Call Hell. Hndg.rm, KV 3 3101. 
B*. OK ft-3114 Harry Foater Lld- 

11 000 |1.00<4 

Down Muv'w in at oner Snua i 4- 

tiiirca. automatic Iteat. frnr 

view He home '"f. 1 E?f"V?ilo 
• tier month on tr,i 

« Patrick. KV 94741 Tm. 
EV 3-94*4 ] NorthW»*iern s#- un- 
tlra ol Victoria Ud 
DC FLEX NKAll W1LI//WN RKACH, 
with va Mew '^ r * 
r».m. upper 4 r-«m. °n he*'- ^ 
of 'hoae prupeClaa 'hat peni>re irtivw 
na.t a rul ailmire ^ u "l k „ 

S flat grave. Realtor. EV 4-#tC7 any 

lime ‘ ■ 

NO STEPS 

ftti 500. Large T/3onr f»me. over 
1 Kti an ft. in central Oak 

*n thw #a C-mialn. 7 rn»ma 
and recap* I0S hall WuRk BMMk 
L- wv d-m-n payment. > Hargrava. 
Rraliur. EV 4 9WI anyttm*. 

Wlt.t. ACCEPT LATE MOJ7KL CAR. 
...pnmtma.ety »l NflC rWO .apart 

«>,W|. pavmeni an new ’-Mdeanm 
y H A fu-nve Ci-nlad Mr. Kvana. 
EV J 5T7) 

PRIVATE OWNER J HOMES HEN- 
d" .on Rd I .nd 4 bedronma and 
d.n 19*M rt-mnu. r<mm wl-p aar . 
dtruhle plumbing. * Mreplaeaa. 
EV 4 I4«1 17J® 1 -an«l"wne 

lion DOWN — FOt' R ROOMS AND 
gar.ee Near M«Kk St "I#* 
Quadra Payment. MJ Trlr* 
400 M« Candle*. Realty •» 

Fort rv J *111 -r KV 4 - 5 ft »5 

]■« ICING OKOROK TERRACE, 
Oak Hev Allrattlye »-f!Xiin bun- 
g. ufa beautllully land'Caped gar- 
den with poul pverlowkin# .ea .nd 

mmioialb. Ph n w— r. K V J^KraL 

TIIRKK DKDRtHjV MIA NOMI W 
Mt Tolml# area Auiomatlt 
neat full baae orient Phone for 
« *i<o'nt«n»nt ORT-JMI k- age nu 

81* OREO AVK W 

ur mat' td mtge. Rvea. F.V «t>H 


kv 4 - 1.47 $30 40,000 CASH 

— Fwr 7 bwptaom bwrne, a watr.room* 

den bain l Mu. I be In Rockland 

SION area Fur turther detail* call 

-* B E Porrtll EV 4-*»I». KV 4 fttftl 

, _ I c N Montague Co 


READ, READ. READ! 

1 have 3 clietii* with 114 000 CASH, 
On* inuat b# tn a hflUa# by Janu- 
ary 15. lh# other ha* nna year to 
find a . -pedrocm home In Oak 
Bas Plea** contact Jim Ran.on. 
BN' i-aalf Ifrown Brn*. Afennea 
Ltd, t»» B I M *hard Bt- EV k-ftlll. 

It) #1 a.NTKD URGENT For bu* 1 - 
nea* eeei utlva. 4-bedroom home in 
OAK HAY or HIGH QUADRA. 
Muat have 3 bathroom*, den and 
dining .pace, pit hol-waUf h «aL 
Age no nu»iarla It m *»d rpodl- 
tion Down payment M.ftPO. month- 
ly payment $ 100 . .. 

<3f Revenue pniperttea in all dt#- 
Irict* rllentg waning . _ 
IP YOU WISH 7X3 SELL AND < AR 
MEET THE ABOVI REQUIRE- 
MENTS pl»ae* call Mr. Agar. 
JOHN BI.A1A LTD. KV 4-J743 any- 
time da? or nlah t 

IIRGtNTI.1 WANTED FlHt 
AniPtban Ini vet a hef,»» Xma. who 
d,< n-d need p.«aev*»nyi to *tk 
rnunih.. 5 ftb.fln imMrrn lain*. 
l--w in high liwatbav l"f ff## 
and rvd tu,. near In wi Wi" pay 
gi 3 '*gi m ftl * '*» ra»b or ca»h to 
mnrtgAge Mr Drew. EV 3-42SK 
rea KV 3 4*9u J R. Whiitnm# 8 
Co Limited 


YOU APPRAISE IT 

8»a for your a* If what a valu# ’hi* 
altracUve mndem C»yw-'vnm *t ,,r - 
re home la. with mIM 
old roof, rraam eyierlnr *hmb.. 
lawn hw^ment. e»ira Iftfti" 
heat Double garage Se» *U* a>gn 
at 1130 Quadra HI . hlih *»mi»rd. 
cite loeailnn nrtte *J a»d call 
f Marcnnt, Fb KVS-ftlll # ,r * 
EV 4-Mlft l« yiew lnt#rvar Imme 
diet* pu a aaaa i afi 

„ w $i2,650 
CANA DA TRUST 

r.I? 

Vscal aa* nu. QM ft- 1730 LhMtord- 


— Brnnrr consolidated ltd, 

'hi* — ~ 

KING REALTY 

„ n t " I EM YARROW BLDG EV 3 3111 

$1200 DOWN 

•*; SMALL RANCHER 

"•* Jull 3 mile* from ally «• • M* 

__ 77 «IJ" thl. 3 -yr-old name he* * 

SO SR * # fi attyattt*# PMnte* *•»**"• 

mom kliehen u'lllty M Ml 

[ #ew him*, m area $9450 

7ZZ *' MOKTHLT PAVTS CAR BE 

k !2 AB LOW AS MI R 

Ua Raiawrt J Ml# 


CLOSE TO 
FOUL BAY RD. 

4 BEDROOMS 
Family Home or Duplex 

ti nod dnwn will handle Uni older- 
»ty|e grannn* horn* lit flr»t*rla»a 
(UntltlMi The lul i* fenred large 
and well e.Ubll.hed The eaterlof 
•r ih# wwmi I* Iiucco. the roof la 
Duroid The netex '««*" '• '''L* 
wilh t'rypla-r dining room Dali, 
gjirhen I5yl3. Dont bedrmim 
14.12 upvigir* 3 Urge hepronm. 
»i,it nn* MH*Uer There I* a new 
lumece tutomatU oil pa-KMed 
miH It nl -air heai Tn# pur# 
if. l- e. client MfP* It#* brwo *ub- 
. I a it (Jo ill ted u* ed to effect a 

STu $10,750 

i an’a.'l I V Kt> SAir-iUPRS Sun* 
da-, nr evening' N#rtllwe*l»ftl»4*- 
, nrl* t- • pf VmbTla Lid KV 34741 
a. KV 4-»«M 

ROLLICK REALTY rl*Aa) LTD. 

CLARKE 

WALLACE 


till Quadra 


RV ft-ft7#4 


$2200 DOWN 

24 HRS POSSESSION 

have Xim* dinner in «">. new hrana^ 
La-v Lai-. pad '"in* rm ^11“^ 
klntrrw antfl a*a,n»t*IV-* df niRe 
fma.d. Ibr rugr- na« tySgt 'Tj 
hMrm. w.'b emt'le «<»#» 

•nl t pc fi#f>_*w',hrww. 'Ht bea» 
Dr in [i'M. On ^wwr H'gn 
tbn -m a*ew#f 4 17 45Q 

n .a in r-u. Price J • U 
c#u Mr curve re .M/w WaHpTP. 
tv i47ftk *V 3-KK17. EV 3A4M. 


l.,i COUNTB1 HUMB* 
and PBOPF.KTIKS 

T77B TREND IS TO 

SALT SPRING 
ISLAND 

One Hour Fro* Vlctorta 
Oel e.*ah!l»h*<l 0 «w 
aelerf ion af daalrabl# P^rpertiea. 

• aierfrnnt lou and arreage real- 
dence. farm, and buatneaaea P«r 
reitabla inlormation mi a* 1 **• 

Oulf taiand. contact 

SALT BPR1MO LANDS LTD. 
Plvona 53. Oangea. B.C. 

■“ BRENTWOOD BAY 

IM' wa'ertront choir# IneatlP*. 
Ramp float, enrhniage A modern 
.pannii. 3 •mlfoom hou^. tun 
ba.emeot, oil heat R#aJly ■(*# »nd 
available with tarrn* at lift aop 
Plea.* rail O , I'f*' 

EV l «4*a King ReaKy KV 3 7111 

MODERN HOME 

Three k*dr««iu, UU hMHBMkL 
r+*)r*4 •*»#•«• wiUiin 
OH t 1114 | 

IM W AW TKD TO IU1- 
houhks 

URGENT 

My rlien.. will P*y 

1 1 1 ,||R f At • 1 Itf • 

iwitrn* h«*«» '«• G*k 

Muit have Nil be**meivl *«» 

r*e ret'Kfl room lf_Tm> 

and rah glv* poa^aenm *,,* nn 

IN# new yea* tall Glen Robertana. 

EV 4 ntf IY 4 4111 


SEE DICKIE THB DEAL DOCTORl 
Selling a n#w nr alder horn*, t* 
competr.lnn with NHA home*, t* 
often difficult »y arranging ju*4 
th# right ftrtt or **<onl mcr.|aga. 

•• may be abl# to aell your ham# 
tar a much hightr prtca. CaU u» 
for advlre Dirkl# M r .*o . ftiJ Pori 
Sire#' F.V 3-4133 :_•*•#- EV 3 JftftO. 

PE LUXE THRBF -bedroom home 
■p to 131.004 Client UUl*U OD 
LARGE LIVING ROOM DKN or 
RUMPUS ROOM WELL PLANNED 
KITCHEN BASEMENT Horn# 
mint f»# In Oak B«» Call B«l 
Shragge *ve» EV 3-ftMl. Kin* 
lUalty EV 3-1IJI 

A GOOD AGENT IS OF GREAT 
valu# to you. Our many receiu 
•alee havg left ua in need of good 
■arrive. l« wit. »‘or rwaulta Pfraefl 
rail Hauterman A Company, 1U1 
Hlanaharo Sfrwet. EV 3-*l*L lTompf 
attention ha# oe#n put POUcy for 
pyrr w vtar*. 

_ LtSTINOB PI .EASE 
Man* .ale* have aerioualv depleted 
on i titling. Help your»*l»f. »»d 
help u* by phoning KV 1-711* and 
(filing u. If you have p.aperiy 
for .ale W* will aend a .ale.maa 
«UI at onr. to K#| p.rlleula ri . 

T H Cabeldu U< , EV *-7>T4 

FOR KARLT IN NEW YEAR, 
older *-bedrnom home of eharae- 
Ur and caadllioa Oak Bay Pair- 
Meld. Ml Tohnl# or near up to 
514 00* W Bailer. KV 34I17. 

•vea KV 1 10g» N*w*t#ad Really 
Ltd IM fort Kt 

TO MU YOUR HOME. YOUR 
a nt dupiea ur farm. Uat with Uta 
tale* tiotl of f^ort# Randall U«L 
A needy clientele <* genulno h»>er* 
for what yuu have to *#tl Ph«i# | 

cv 4-mng 

Waterfront hum# wonf ed_ tmmedi 

aielV Pru-e up tu BVftS Wiaild tike 
the!' evert i,ea« h and am fweage An* 
g,..t rtlafrbl 9W.ll go #• far •«« #• j 
Hulnei Ptea.e phona me i»"» ("leni 
wa lint Rh> Ami'h We.lrm lf-me* 

1.1 ,.l EV J 1197, eve* OR 7- 3Mft __ 

COI WOOD 

My elieni require. 1 or J-BH ham#. 
Kell y Rd - Ft. a lam • rea Plea*# 
rail O Ulrka«un *ye* ■» J-o#«a 
King Rewtty. EV34IJL 

]M PBOPKBTY FOB 

SAI.K 

Ardmore Woterfront 

IM ft water Iron ‘-age by SM 
deep See PUr *1gn on thl* treed 
building cite on Ardmore <>»>••■ 1 
mil** north o( Yarrow Kd Prlra 
»\ 000 Pleaae call F red Campbell 
at HARRY POSTER LTD Phona 
E* 3-1101 R*» KV 4.5*77 _ 

LOTS Oft' LOT* 

Vke haw* Infa nf W*. ML Tolml# 
»nd Sinrtelr Rd •»*■ Let u* •h"* 
ym, mtr lot* and build In your «r 
,*!' plan. > H A batna aratlaNl^ 

11 .tort '•> down may )u*t 

( ,\e you thal dream Vane Oher 
hadn.im Vwnea under rmiMnirtl'g* 
with low rt"wn agynvenle f all 
Mr Drew EV 3-4D* rea EV » AMO. 

J H Whlttom# * Cn Limited 

urn OF BiR ARDCH3AR 
tree* 334 I ran l age at osa down 
at g] >00 Dll eorner Quadra ^>d 
Tnlml* ftl 508 down at M 
Lot ••• Br*tt S' make » 

arr# wnterfrant _ U» » 

A .king 17 #00 Call R Haert*. Ph 
EV4-f«1> J H Whlttom# 8 Co. 
Ltd KV l-47kft 

LARGE colwooo lot la;* 
(r, adage hd. »'"*»' near 
Ca*t« ' arm* Trade In aewvitg ma- 
chine Hnl he. drver lap* rerofder, 
*•■ uum r leaner refrigerat'd rough 
tM' pemer wwtt. w-wd culling*. #<f. 

cn a «9 

r A^TtE ILSM I^NOFORD AREA 
near Kannfh Subatantlal road 
frantage Pleaae rail Mr Uog»»rl 
Thome* at Dougia# Hawke. * Co 
VIA Ph rt. pbon* EV ft-7131 (rm 
EV 3-kAftii 

EXCLUSIVE OAE BAY WATER - 
front duplet lot 100 . 1*0 For f«r- 
tbar informatloa. nbmva A Uva 
• man EV 4-om fcm 

Bernard * Ca Ltd 1 Fort Ik 

tor wd 3 tt x tm. Rptwetb 
I merTU’W" and ftprvng Rnad City 

ii*m , ' T ~ 

tl iflgf Eve* KV 5-40T4 

3 LOTS TV* 140 HIGH VIEW, 
drained •« »•* e*eli 40*3 Elnala 

A ee __ 

lot a* x irr nn daikv rmrrr 
Vvet and *"^d#rfui wbi for 

■Al t. I7HD 


col. WOOD LOTS FOR SALE, 
cleared, eaay term* 2314 ftaok a Ed. 

U6 PROPERTY WAN TED 

WANTED 
20 ACRES 

Client urgeituy raquira. up Jo 70 
a.rea In 4 three W* «d Dvw 
Ii. ten act ea '.c Land mu*i hj 
■uita'u* fur aundtutatOB *M KJB108 
Wllblp five-mil* clrclo true A. 

MACKADYEN. .Vdthwraigrn Jta- 

runtiea id Victoria Lid . EV 341*1- 

WANTED - S M A L L ACRKA GK 
rluar .a NHA appruved. »*hjvn#hm 
MPt Congirurttan Ca Ltd__EV 5^3*14 

SMALL LOT WANTED IDR SMAlX 
hnjae EV 30433 . 

IM acreage for HALE 

AND WANTED 

4.0 ACRES CLEARED LANU 
OFNTLK slope view wtc;* 
TlOH 400 road frontage Sidney 
water dutrlrt Near Airport »nft 
on flight path Fried » «» « 
a* #»<' DOOQLAS OAOK 
Fv LK1.-4 RES r.v 

PK.MRKRTON HOLM ES LTD. 

1001 GOVERNMENT STREET^ 

IM FARMS FOB SALE 
and WANTED 

TO CLOSE ESTATE 

Offer, accepted, immadtato •*!•. 

FARM. HUNT ond FISH 

Beautiful, wall kept. »*•-*«• 

RIVKItfllbE STOCK F4KM 

to main highway 

Ample w*t#r aupply •# *‘_7 

fenced pa.iuir». * ' Jgf 

good barn and building*. »ff»r#« 

Tu.lv equipped. irarior olowth. 

truck, trallac *tc. 31 bead A bag 

(jf'n An*u». plu* winter feed 

;‘” r " $50,000 

DOUGLAS OAOK KV 1-OKIft^ 
FKMBKBTON HOtAi» EV 4 fttbft 
1001 aavernmanl 8tr#e* 

SMALL SPREAD 

Here d ll« t-ar# 

kftf^ins t‘* • •mail •f 1 

up h-HTieveadm' '• Juat • » lv , cX r '^J 
fnmv i-wn H* independent and 

pi ,, ,g real gr<«nd A good »•'" 
aiipp'y and poMibllt tea nf *n im- 
g.i ni, „.iem tknuble gar*«» near 
nrw A live- nvyn hrwn# made m'M; 
em wi’h Spie r ‘hdoor P'umhtR 
and w '*d *'« -V them 

range. Call ma rmw in MopccK 

i hi, her* .ffl&J 0 JZnru 

n*vl» Kin. 73fl MAURICE > *«TTH. 
KV 5-4741 nr EV 1 MSS Northwaab- 
•rn Securlti## of Vtlctorta Ltd. 

BURNSIDE 

••4 a>T*#; 3 bedroom Iwma In RwwlF 

7:rx $i2.95o 

Term# M autl you. 

large farm 

tan arree, ftft acre* cleared Irrigated 

ta-m i*b lak#, Nlcw houa# too4 

**"?!• further information coll 

FRASER BtSCOF- 710 Pandora Ara. 
GORDON HEAD 

1 1* Acre farm nn beautifully Ireww 
prnpert) . $"•«" mMem 
lv.ni fne hnrae cMM _H* - 
•u Pt! e «U onn JnhnMnn A Co.. 
Lid F.VV:*T1 Mr Braaley. Evos. 

r.v ua 

HAVE’ CLIENTS FOR SMALL 
farm* <18-30 aerae. Call Mr «L 
Co* <*f Bwinerum* EV J-7lftl. 
ret KV 3-3*14 

wTacrk tarm "ajul 

E'f*. phnn# EV 3-4W4. 


FOR BIG RKTTJRNB 
AND SMALL OUTLAY 
OSS CIAM4lF7*> AD8- 


OOVKKNMr.NT or thk pbovin 
or BKITISR C:oLllM»IA 

DKrAETMKNT or EKCBrATIOR 
AND CONA»'-»Y* t,ok 
NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR® 

S£,Yn''w U> Soi.«mA» »~* 

ssf«sss?^»;**«ar 

vino"* nr vpuisr" m 

m1 a„ ,h t itth day af January. 1ft 

place 

z::,xrxr.: 

*l'7' h; o!..™-., »««' 

Vanrnu.er and J* 1 ™ ^ 

tt5Tfu« etc - »■ 21 

In a period nt wv# month of the op# 
Ing* af* t«nd#r» e.eept •» 

on " h“‘ refundable Flo*** # 

•pec i ftca (ton* 

tlie office, of th. 12s 

trie. y« change* >41 W#*« P»"« 

RtrvwL Vanrmiytr J. J» c - *" d * 
Wharf Bt. Victoria, » C. 

Bach lander b * 

p T . ,-erllf led fheq.ie on a 
ban. of Canada made papaM# *• 

Minleier of Finance fw _ta« P#r 
, 1 #%, af the amounl of the tend 
vhieh sum «hAll tirftUw » 
parly tendering decline* ta #o«»r I 
lb* contract whan eallad “pm* 


TAYLOR SPITTAL LTD. I CRAIODARROCR ROAD P7TLLV 

aorvlrad U* 1*»130 rv I RK _ 


WA5TWD 
bmne m any 

BV ft-BUL 


l-REDRo nftft 

inci. Frirats. 


If* Mr.B Vir-TORIA K FUM 

■ ypakli OXKMftA. 


Tender* muat mad# Put no t 
(or mi e'lppli"' * igriert with 'he #r"l 
atgn *<<" e »f the .enrte.er end enel 

lor mailing or 

eelop* furni.hed The tenderer 
not add any other tAatitlfftof — 
on lh# envelop# 
tto lender will tw accepted or 
.idered thal contain# an —ala _ 
r or any ol her qualifying awwd 
,l«n. .nd th* taweal or any 
•ill not ne*#***rtly b* *ee#pl#d. 

nu* intpecion* may b# arranged 
eon a« mg m» knginwetlna Sw 
Brovinctal Part* Sraneh #44 Ml* 

■tree! Vienna SC ITOlop 
EV 3-4111, Loaal »7«'. 

U ■ TURNER 

Deputy Ml 

Department of Reereaium and 
Cwn.ervaiion. 

Parliament Building#. 

Vie I Orta. Brltith Columbia 

Do* author ft. 1M4 

ROTICK TO r«E»rT««B 
rrari. uifriii wnittinoton, 
of V l* tot la. Brtttoh CotaMMa. 

NOTICE «• HEREBY OIVRW 
aredltorfl and »U»*r. bortf «> 
againat th# »at*M of tRo aMWO 
r ea.ed erw hereby required IS 
them ui the under. ignwd Jtaeowtava 
I Mi o«niflfli«i Strawl, Victor la, 
befara the IMh day af Jotwrarf. 
•flat whieb d*»e th# EaeeuLwa 
dt.l"b.ile th. ..Id eatal# amang 
pa rile, en'ltied thereto hoetagr 
only to IS# etatma of wbt«h tbry _ 
have Mtl«# 

DATED Ulia IRS "of •* 1 

mi 

MARGARET JKAB PA REE K. 
JAMBS GERALD ELUOTT 
McNAOORT and 
THE ROYAL TRU8T OOftiF 

Baacw'ne. 

*y raNEHT C 54ciJfTTKK 


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••tig fcolontat. Victor* 33 

Sunday. Da. 21, mt 


Garden Bonanza in Health Plant 


Printed Pattern 


U.K. Parties Oil Gears for ’59 


Nibble Starts Rush 


Comfrey Is believed to have 
boon uaed medicinally by the 
Greeks and Briton*- both as a 
tonic and to heal wounds. It 
tastes like“young spinach and 
looks something ilke a dock 
plant without tha central 
•pine. 

She has had enthusiastic let- 
ters from people suffering 
from eczema and other skin 
trouble*, digestive disorders. 


The plant is Symphytum 
uplandicum. popularly known 
as comfrey. 

Mrs. Johnson started grow- 
ing it to feed to the thorough 
bred horses she breeds She 
had heard tt built strong 
bones in young animals. She 
had difficulty obtaining the 
plant since its importation 
was banned, but she managed 


HAMILTON. NZ. 'CP' 

A man casually nibbled a leaf 
in the garden of Mrs. D H. 
Johnson of Cambridge. New 
Zealand. Now sbe Is being 
overwhelmed with requests 
for supplies of the leaf. It has 
helped hundreds of sufferers 
from several complaints. 

A farmer friend ahsent- 
mindedlv nibbled the leaf of a 
John 


Tory recovery belongs to the j combatting the country's rising 
prime minister, who took over i*vel of unemployment. More 
from Eden in January. 1957, lban ggo.OOO Britons are ex- 
when both his party and the 1o be out of work before 

country were shaken by the lbe w j nler t a over and thous- 
Sue/. Canal crisis. Macmillan's ands more are restricted to 
emergence as a popular leader sbort time. Unemployment 
Is the most striking feature of provides Labor Leader Hugh 


By KEN METHKUAL ' political arena throughout the 
LONDON (CP) — Britain's year, 
political parties enter the new Parties are busy overhauling 
y.nr with tlx country', fifth «mp.!gn raMl.ln.iy b»t liven 
1 ...... a full scale workout in 1930 

post-war general election Just whtfn Slr Anlhony Eden |«i 

around the comer. Conservatives to their most 

Almost everybody expect. Impra.lv. victory .Ince 1935_ Bnllgh lc , la5g 


plant growing in Mrs. 


voters are being 


Imported before the ban and varicose u 


were standing talking. He had 
suffered from asthma for 30 
years. 

His first night of unbroken 
sleep followed. Trying to trace 
the reason he thought back 
over his actions the previous 
day. He decided It must be the 
leaf he had eaten, and sent 
for more. Now he eat* some 
every day, and has not suf- 
fered from asthma since. 

Mrs. Johnson's own son also 
suffered from asthma. He fol 
lowed the same routine and 
was similarly relieved. 

Today supplies of the leaf 
are sent all over New Zealand 
to aathma sufferers. 


i«ck , fresh mandate lor hi. pa , 

Conservative government some lsfs of morp 
time in 1950. Although he Is niona. Improv 
entitled to wait until his five other benefits 
year term expire# In May, 

I960, forecasts of the probable sharply away 
•lection date are almost wholly servative 
[limited to the period between 
early spring and late October. 

It is doubtful if the Prime almost evenly divided in Us 
Minister has yet made up his support of the major parties, 
own mind about the moat suit the Tories and the Opposition 

able date. But on, thin, 1 . 1 U*> r 

_ party showed some signs oi 

-lear. Whether or not Parlla ft,-.. 


of emergencies inside and out- a nd his colleagues have pre- 
side the Commons has earned dieted that the government's 
him the title of “Unflappable fiscal policies would result in 
M ac , M an employment crisis. The date 

Macmillan's ability to lead of the next election— and the 
his party to a third successive result — Is likely to depend on 
term of office may well depend how rapidly the 000.000 get 


some 
was imp"*ed 


asthma 


Public opinion moved 
from the* Con- 
administration at 
the beginning of 1938, then , 
swung back in the final six 
months leaving Hie country 


Succes»or» to 7 uherciiloti 9 


lung disease for which no 
cause has been found — pul- 
monary alveolar proteinosis— 
hps Just been reported to the 
American Medical Association. 
Thus far there have besn only 
27 known cases but there may 
be a rapid Increase almost any 
time. 

The disease is characterized, 
according to 


WASHINGTON (NANA)—, 
Several hitherto unknown dl.v 1 
eases which closely resemble 
tuberculosis have appeared In 
the world. 

The first. Just described in 
a public health service report, 
has been reported among 100 
patients in Florida hospitals. 
All had chronic lung disease 
but the organisms recovered 
from their sputum were not 
the tubercle hacljll. 

The organisms were resist- 
'ant to some of the new»x f iU-TB 
drugs, such as isoniazia. and 
partly resistant to strepto- 
mycin. 

“Clinically, radio logically 
made news with and pathologically,"’ says a re 
his gift, of expensive autos to port of the Florida doctors to 


Hollywood Neirn-ParUed 


SAVE 


Through Your 


studies at the 

armed forces institute of path 
ology in Washington, by de- 
posits of some proteinlike m« ! 
terial In the air sacs of the 
lungs • 

It Staris with a feverish Ill- 
ness suggestive of pneumonia. 
Afterward the chief complaint 
is labored breathing, usually 
with persistent cough. There Is 
pain in the chest, victims get 
tired easily, and lose weight. 
The condition may continue 
for year*. 


By Jack Mo*rs 


Not tht* *w» 
CtirUimae U Ur 
loo naar and 1 

• m autt U a 
Ur morn «n- 

fraaain* 

than anythin* t 
CAO VIM 
Real Xattti. 

Tb* rm at 
INl M MA'I* 


II was s year marked by; 6. The aurpriae Oscars for 
agedy. It was also a year of Joanne Woodward and Mlyoehl 
randal. Here is how the top Umekl. The two young girls 
3 news events appear from were scarcely given a chance 
hla vantage point: to win rfloviedom* top prize. I 

1. The Johnny Stompanato The death of Harry Cohn, 

tabbing by Cheryl Crane. w ho had ruled Columbia with 
'he death scene in Lana an ‘‘on hand. 

’urner'a bedroom was more MILLIONAIRES 

ramatic than any that could »• The rise of the mil ion 

e concocted for a movie. * ir * ««*. This was no sudden 

■ARmi SHOWMAN n * w * 0vrnt - bu * “ WM ,h< * 

A BLED . HOWMAN most g j gn jj| cant change within 

2. Mike Todds death In a jj^ m n v ie Industry. A dozen 
laming air crash. The fabled b , K , far * Brando. Holden, 
bowman was at the peak of vvayne. Cooper. Stewart — 
ds career when his private se j zed balance of power 
•lane carried him to hi* death /rom , h< blg >Iudlo * an d could 
n New Mexico. If was a demand fantastic deal* 
tunning blow to hi* wife. 9 -ph e d Mth 
Elisabeth Taylor, who was to Belton, 
vrlte an epilogue to the story. Hollywood times .so 

3. The Llz-Eddie-Debble trb j the world as the passing from 
ngle. Todd's buddy, Eddie leukemia 
•'laher. consoled the widow, young son 
*hey even went to Gros- 10 The Jayne Mansfield 
inger's, the New York resort Mickey Hargitay wedding 
vhere Eddie had wed Debbie This was the wedding of 1958, 
Reynolds. Result: rift 

>ebble amid large headlines its marriages 

4. Tyrone Power's sudden darndest td^m.tke it a glimor 
leath. The handsome actor ous event. 


Through i furnace oil specially refined for 
alone, giving more pure heat to the 


furnai 


At University of Montreat 


_ SB rertalnlT i h • 

v-cMi w J « uviiusvl«a*u 

. I 1 writ* tht* «"l* 

A EM mo ■■Ul ISM 
= «?■»- r An 5 Far •omt si u» 

■** - ■ Wk * nil ku b*»n i 

■oo4 y*»r. (or ®lh*r» dlaappa'nl'"* 
but for each and *»«ry on* 0* •* ** 

ha. barn • momrniov* T**r II torrIT 

.Mm* poMlbM W m* that thu aaloran 
U only Juat on t iar old. So mueh 
hat happanr* durknf lh*l Urn#, •nrt 
.a monr h»N boon »« *lont 

ihe •«» •» • fo»«» Of ISM » h prl 
wooklr Mil M»n» ■•»• laid mo ih»< 
iho? MR Warned • !•« from « 
know thal I fvo»* loornod • lot from 
vrulnf ll and X»d * !•» of *«" 
In us Utr b«r*»ln 

Rlchl no» U »h* Umo for Ortouns* 
and It 1» »*th .inrora ap$sra«iaiion of 
»iMsr friandaHlp and fimdwsll »• »*nd 
ui you ond »our. our vary baal wunoa 
for a Morrr Chrt.tma* and • Maw 
Saar full Of happtna.. and iuocom 


Time and worn - through keep rilieo serv 
that automatically care* for your fuel ne< 
with prompt, clean, reliable delivery service. 


language courses the unlver- another 63 partial or special 
popular aity offers, excluding English students taking one or more 
and French. There are 59 tak- courses in Slavic language*, 
ing elementary Russian. 28 In literature, history or econ- 
the intermediate course and omlcs. 

13 enrolled for advanced Rus- 

Many students enroll with Seattle Chevs 

an eye towards foreign *er 
vice careers. The department ^ 

as a whole has 100 students Y\ ■ ■■ I HlirtIFV 
working toward bachelor. Yf *11 "*I1 J 

master or doctor degree*, and 

AL.BERNI. BC. «CP) — 
Seattle Chevrolet* Saturday 
night defeated Albernl 
Athletics 80-59 to win Alberni's 
second annual International 
basketball tournament. 

Albernl finished second in 
the two-day tournament, w'lth 
Vancouver Ellers and Vancou- 
ver Cloverleaf* placing third 
and fourth respectively 

M Hucul and K Jefferson 
notched 19 and 15 points re 
spectively to lead Seattle. Gary 
Pantom was high man for Al 
berni. with 14. 


MONTREAL <CP> -Russian 
has become the most 
foreign language at the Uni- 
versity of Montreal. 

A record number of 100 stu- 
dents is studying Russian in 
Richard the university’s department of 
Few events In recent Slavic studies, largest of Its 
touched kind In Canada 

Inquiries are still being re 
Skelton’s reived, says the registrar. 

Prof. Valjko Lallch. and a 
new course in elementary Rus- 
sian Is to be started in Janu- 
ary to meet the increased de- 
with a year that w'aan't notable for mand 

Jayne did her Prof. Lallch said there are 


Oil consumption through fuel saving tips and 
helpful advice offered by your Housewarmer, 
cutting fuel bills. 


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Only Two Days 
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■ *71 LiV^VI O 

NANAIMO (CP)— Instead of 
the annual two to three week 
Christmas shutdown common 
to most logging and lumber- 
ing operations on Vancouver 
Island In the past, many mid 
Island operator* this year will 
close only for Christmas, Box 
Ing Day and New Year's Day. 

Eureka division of Anglo- 
Canadian Timber Product* 
and the eastern division of 
MacMillan and Bloedel will 
close at 5 p.m. Dec 24, re- 
opening at 8 am. Dec. 29. 
They will again close at 5 p m. 
Dec. 31 and reopen at 8 a m. 
Jan. 5. 


ee, labrador 


overcome ihe obstacles of provement In the market for 
wilderness operation*. ore. but present indications 

The operations are all In un- are that 1959 shipment* will 
tamed remote area* where all not equal the 1957 figures, 
facilities must be provided be LONG-TERM 1’l.AN 
fore production can start Rail- The new plans are based on 
ways, towns, power and pro- the long term prospect of a 
cessing plants, docks, must be growing demand for steel prod 
built as a normal part of the ucts and the depletion of tra- 
process of creating new mines, dltlonal iron ore source* for 
.SAGGING DEMAND European and United States 

The companies hope to pro- steel mill*, 
duce more iron ore In spile of a mine* department study 
the sagging demand for steel predicts that by 19ti5 Canada s 
which forced the Iron Ore total Iron-ore shipments should 
Company of Canada, only pro- total about 53.000.000 ton* an- 
ducer In the Quebec Labrador nually. more than double the 
area *o far, to reduce 1938 20.700.000 tons shipped In 1957. 

shipments by more than 25 

per cent from the 1957 peak ^ ^ ■ 

jltt and nature of deposits to of 12.435,000 tons MP0X 01 / 001 S 

dvanced technical planning to The company expects an lm 


MORE NURSES 
A total of 1.796 nurses grad 
uated from 54 nursing school* 
In Ontario In 1957. and 6,026 
students were enrolled. 


lourcea of iron supplies for 
lielr blast furnace*, during 
959 will give more attention 
xan ever before to the huge 
•posits In the wilds of Quebec 
nd Labrador. 

At least two dozen com pan 
•* are striving to find a key 
Lhlch would makr it possible 
n wre*t the ore from the 
lorthem UgtVM and the rug 
ed Precambrtan S h le 1 d 
t! south 

•VERCOMK obstacles 


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TORONTO i CP) — Ronald 
Maxwell, 0. of Chatham. Ont., 
partially blinded and para 
lyred as a result of a high- 
way accident, was awarded 
*42.346 damages In a court 
Judgment. 

The boy was struck by the 
blade of a road grader being 
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Stuck? Just absolutely devoid of any inspiration whatsoever 
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more, but hurry down to the BAY where there are still plenty 
of wonderful items and gift-ideas galore from first to fourth 
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Favourite Gifts 
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Weight 

Nylons 

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Four-in-Hand Ties — Bright and conservative patterns w 
. . . wools, silks, cottons to match or contrast any 
sports jacket or suit A wonderful 91 91 A 

selection. X to XU 


Tie and Sock Sets — Handsome patterns, favorite col 
ors in these tie and sock sets, sure to please “the -man’ 
on your Christmas *195 Q03 

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HUDSON’S BAY COMPANY’, 
lingerie, fashion floor. 2nd 
Aar Wash Brush — Handle attaches to hose for 
easier cleaning, t^ard wearing bristles. -i as 

Special, each 1 

HUDSON’S BAY COMPANY, notions, mala 

I 2 p.m. Specials 

All-Wool Auto Rohes — Made in England, featur- 
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Regular 7.95 Special, each 4 

HUDSON’S BAY COMPANY, staples. 3rd 
Pocket Watch — Easy toread dial, small second 
hand. Made by a national manufacturer. 

Regular 395 Special, each £ 

HUDSON’S BAY COMPANY, watches, main 
Wool Bed Socks — Women's cosy wool bed socks 
from England. White and ribbon decorated. An« 

0n * llZ * 50 KpccJaJ. pair OV 

HUDSON’S BAY COMPANY/glovns and 

hosiery, main 

Wool Stoles— Imported, fringe ends, come in at- 
tractive winter colors. Reg. 3 95 * yu 

Special, each 1 
HUDSON’S BAY COMPANY, 
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Boys’ Flannelette Shirts— Long sleeved, button- 
front and cuffs, pointed collar. Sizes 004 
4 -7. Assorted colors. Special, each OO ' 

HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY 
_ A _ children’s wear. 3rd 

??27: 7 ' p, «* ** ,n •" attractive 
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links in various colors and finishes. 91 91 H 

From X to XU 


HUDSON’S BAY COMPANY, men’s furnishing*, main 


vied bedJarKets 

bJdlre. tie and 

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IOV2” Electric Frying Pans 

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square shape for utmost use of grid. 
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yellow and copper, turquoise and cop- 
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take Savers — Keep cake or bread 
moist and fresh. 12" square glass plate 
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lo keep air out. freshness in! r79A 

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W<M>rien Carving Boards — Solid hard- 
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Each O 

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Metal TV Tables — Metal TV tables 
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Each lU 

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Square shape. Ret 1U 


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HUDHONTt BAY COMPANY, 
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Monday Evening, 4.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. 

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