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Cofonist's, Century 


B.C/s C entu ry 
of "Progress 


yanroucrr hUauTi Leading Newspaper Sinca1858 


62 PAGES 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COI^IMBIA, SL^DAY, DECEMBER 28, 19.=>8 


Mo. 14 — lOlM YEAR 


Stresses ol reason 


itain ’s Currency I 

ace 


Jam Observation 


Thf pmotiooal strpAse* of Christm** and New 
Ynar'a mpanit more work for RoyaJ Jubilrr'i 
obii^r\ation ward for nirntally disturbed patirntjs 
hoopilwl authorities Maid last niKht 

They »aid »ome bedn were empty In reRular 
medical wards of the hoepiUI, but the obwrvatioo 
ward was “overtaxed.** 


freTi 


Excellent 
For B.C. 
—Bonner 


Gigantic Snitch Mode 


(Yrom Colonist Sources) 
Canada, and espe<*ially 
British Columbia, waxed 
jubilant yesterday over 
yesterday’s announcement* 
of the new European cur- 
rency shakeup led by the 
ronvertabiUly of the pound 
sterling. 

The Mudden meve at"© 
hailed wiihout reservallon* by 
the O.S. Stale Department. 

The mttai Important thing 
that hai happened aince tha 
end ol ihe Second World 
War" »a« the reaction of 
Ceorge Drew. Canada'! High 
Commlasloner to tha United 
Kingdom. 

LOO.SKN IXK'. JAM 

Ml Dre . now on holiday 
In Guelph. Onl.. aaid he be- 
lieves the change will looaen 
up the "log Jam that haa been 
holding bark the expansion of 
trade into the sierllng area by 
the dollar countries ” 

“Ifs like an Invalid throw- 
ing the crutches away. Be- 
cause ii'i a declaralinn by tha 
Bnitsh and other rountnea 
that iheir iec*overy Is com- 
^ pleie They don't need arti- 
ficial support for their econo- 
my any longer " 

I 8HOT IN AKM TOR R.C. 

8C. exports of salmon, 
apples and lumber will get a 
shot in the arm from large- 
■cale easing of British and 
European currency restrtc- 
. lions 

I The announcement! from 
IvoniJon and European capitals 
'were described as the 'best 
possible news'* lor ihe prov- 
ince's export trade by At- 
lomey General Robert Bonner, 
speaking In his dual capacity 
('(ttiflht .4fgnin of minister of trad# and m- 

(Namca in News. Page 2) diuirial development. 

RRTOVRRV I OMri.mR 
"European countries will be 
sole to buy as much from ua 
•s they w4nl. " be said. 

Mr. Bonner called the an- 
nouncement the "lesioration of 
commercial unity lr> the west- 
ern world." and added. "It 
' wnuld appear that Europe's 
post war recovery Is rompleie.** 

PAST WRAKNRKS 

He said ever aince the war 
North America and Canada 
have been substanllaily exclu- 
ded from Ihe Bierllng bloc be- 
cause of the port-war weaknesa 
of sterling and currencies de- 
pendent on sterling 
.^Incf over half the world’s 
trade la carried on In sterling 
Ihe effects were far reaching, 
said Mr Bonrwr. 

• 

BKK'.RR KAI.R8 
particularly hardhll were 
BC salmon and apple expoiia 
(o Bniam which name under 
bloc approprlaiion. He said 
that with removal of “artificial 
hurdles'* relating purely to 
Coatlnaed on Paga t 


LONDON (AP) — Western Europe plunged 
Saturday into gigantic monetary and economic 
readjustments. The outstanding features were 
a large extension of convertibility of the Brit- 
ish pound and devaluation of the French franc. 

The^e two moves were fol- 

lowed swiftly b) a liberalira- 
11 !• 1*1®" financial policies in 

1 olice ilalt ' 

* srmavv/ f.Ol.UtW Ml IT 

E l]> • 1 Krance. Western liermanv. 

ncr Denmark Holland, Norway. 

Italy. Sweden, Belgium and 
I'i.rtde Luxembourg Joined Britain in 
the converilbllUy parsde Moxl 
of them announc^ ihai their 
cufrerwie* would be convert- 
ible as of Monday * 

MHAT IT MKANM 
The British action, benefit- 
ting mostly nonresident.!, 
means thal large sums In 
pounds held in Britain by any 
foreigners who are not slef- 
ling area residents may be 
converted into dollars or oihef 
currencies at a single official 
rale This Is S:^7'J to Kf to 
the pound, generaliy *2*0. 

TKAIMC KKACTMINM 

The overall readju.simenis in 
Britain. Krance and the rest 
of Europe were expected to 
cause widespread repercus- 
sions in trade and finance The 
European Payments Union, a 
scheme enabling Eui opran na 
lions to defer full Daytoenr of 
other. 


CtmGE DREV^’ 

. crutches diiwarded 


|>lgus was charged wiin 
etolaUoB of a sepukhre. 
He tried to fry eggs o« Ihe 
rUme that bums a< the 
tomb of KnwKW’i I'nhnowa 
Moidkr. 


ROBERT 90NNRR 
. . beat pogsISle news' 


LONlXlfJ iReuiera) Rut 
Mia yesterday signed an agree- 
ment wlih the United Arab 
Republic In Cairo under which 
it will provide financial aid to 
bulW the first stage of the 
Aswan dam. Cairo Radio re 
ported. 

linder the agreement. Rus 
sia will lend the U.A.R 400.- 
OrtO.OOO rubles < $92.400.000 ». 


sums they owe 
goes out of eslsle 

< arjiiT i-i'.Nh ' 

KPt is replaced by thei 
European Monetary Agree- | 
ment. which will insist on full I 
payments. EMA has a 600-mll 
nondollar fund to give short 
term credits to nations with 
unfavorable trade balances 

In ih>me qusrieif U was be- ' 
lleved the British move lo 
make sterling s more aiirae 
live currency might touch off 
a trade war between Britain 
and six nations Krance. West- 
ern Germany. Italy. Belgium. 
Holland and Luxembiturg 
which will pul their common 
market plan Into operation 
Jan 1. 

TAKII-T AKRAK 

This is a scheme aimed at 
an eventual common tariff 
area and the welding together 
■ of a solid trading bloc. 

because of spn ial 


BlE winner for the third year in a row in The Dally 
Colonist Christmas Tree Golf Tournament wa.s Dr. 
George Bigelow, who again captured the men s Iw 
gross honor*. The ma jor winners, left to_nght. 


ff eepiriR Conrirti 

U elromv the Po/h* 
(Page 31 


After-ChristmaR traffic between Vancouver Island 
and Ihe mainland will be excepUonally heavy today, 
transportation companies f 
Carrsdlan Pacific Steamships 
reported a "compleie sellout" 
on the afiert>oon and midnight I 
sailings to Vancouver. Jhe 9 30 
I a m. run lo .Seattle and the 
I eight runs to Vancouver from 
Nanaimo. 

But. they still have "lols of 
space for passengers without 
cars " 

iril be first-come flrsi- 
i served for Bla»*h Ball's Na- 
' natmo to Vanixiuver sailings 
which start at 8 a m. and con 
ilnue every two hours until 
10 p m 


Mont 4rrn .Wofori'aM 
kept i)ttt of T rouble 
(Page 2-J) 


CARACAS. Venezuela (API — Venezuelan authori- 
Saturday night called off search for Ihe transatlantic 
[Kin Small World. They -said they were convinced 
)rta It had landed In Venezuela Friday were a hoax. 

I Veneruelan planes had 
^ _ I I searched 16 hours for Ihe bal- 

which left the C.anary 
Indies 
lit where- 
s mystery 


A r gyle Blont 

Spnrki Imptiry 
(Page 29) 


A Wall 
Followed 
Him 


Hriiain. 

commitments to its partners 
In Ihe Commonwealth, has > 
kept out of Ihe common mar- ' 
kel plan. There were charges 
on the continent that Britain 
was out to torpedo the whole 
scheme of making Hs money 
rrsdlly c»»nverilhle 

A British Treasury spokes- 
man deniert any such intent, 
saying the Itbersli/ation of 
rrmyerlihllllv was a result of 
Continued on Page 1 


SEN RICHARD 
NEUBERCER 


Deam I Islands for the Weal 

two weeks 

m • about* had 

# **■ *1 

Before reluming to Caracas. | 
O ‘be searchers landed at Piarco^ 

airport In Trinidad, near the I 
^5 I Venerueltn Orinoca delta 

.ADk r«f« where the balloon was reported 

WASHINGTON lAP> Con 

demned prisoner*, before be Airport < api William I>ad 

Int put to death, should be informed Ihe Veneriielans that 

allowed to volunteer lor pain Trinidad also had called off the 
allowen lo w u substantial 

less medical expertmenis un ,he balloon had 

der anaesiheMa. a doctor aald 

yesterday. The mystery of Ihe balloon's 

Dr Jack Kevorkian of Pon late with four Britons 

^ .k. . I.. men and a woman Aboard, 
tlac, Mich , proposed that in saiurdsy night with con 

the end death could be In reports as to Its where 

duced by an overdose of the ahouu. 

^ .•Mil* A day long air search 

• k. ^ Ku brought no true of the quilted 

And If Ihe man changed hU j|, occupants In 

mind after volunteering. h« jungle swamps of eastern 
should be permitted to hack VeneiueU where an amaieur 
week before the date of radio operator reported H had 


Comics 

Mnancial News 
(»arden Notes 
Redht Programs 
Hocial 1*. 

Mport 16. 

Trlevlstofi 
Theatres . 


UW ANORLBM «API— 
Police saki a brick wall fol- 
lowed Bob Bailey homa 
Saturday 

Well, not sll of H. Offkera 
saM they fiMind a liV-hlork 
trail of brick and mortar 
from the demohshed front 
wall of a bar la Baiky’e 
garage. 

loslde the garage, officer* 
said, was Bailey's caj — well- 
aptattered with debris. 


Steak Just Too Boring 
To'Ttvo Wealthy Dogs 


with living since they Inherited iha 
income from SIOO.OOO be- 

''•‘T queathed them by their late 
local 

, master 

• — Thomas A Shewbrldge. who 

died Dec 11 at the age of 90 dl- 
rfTted In hi* will that all hts 
property. Including a 17 acre 
^ prune orchard, be sold and Ihe 
^ pnx-eeda Inveated In storks of 
^ the .San Joae Water WorRs. ' 

Mac. 10. and visibly part 
Irish terrier, and George. A a 
I frartlortaJ rocker, are to spend 
I the rest of their lives clipping 
' coupons aiKl living It up on an 
estimated $3,000 annual In 
come .Shewbrldge, a childless 
wktosrer. directed that after 
Ihe <k>ca are taken rare ol up 
to a maximum of 30 years 
the raaldue of the estate shall 
1 go to any aurvivinf legal hetra. 


areas a.s distant as 
Europe and Hungary. 


out a 

hia arhedulcd execution. 


ind |usi ah ordinary day in 
the year." 

“I ran assure you ihe 
mboey will hr put lo good 
use” many letter* »sJd. 

. A mcaaege on a, brlffR 
Christmas card summed up the 
general feeling, "ever so many 
thanks for ymjr kindness to us. 
God bless you!” 


for me to receive welfare 
aid.' she »*id. "I appreriaie 
It that they gave you my 
name again" 

Another women quoted the 
Bible In her note Tear* of 
Joy are so comforting.*' she 
wrote “I ran assure you the 
mofwv mode all Ihe rtiffererww 
between a happy Chnatmae 


Then I reallred hlere would 
haidly be another with the 
same iMitne I thank yeu for 
your, help when It was least 
expected." 

One eMerly seoman wrote 
» neat but shaky Hendwrttlng 
to thank for her gift 

"Poor health hi the last 10 
yeara haa nsada 11 oeceaaaiy 


received C-IM to brlfMeo up 
their Chfistma*. 

"My grateful thank* lor the 
cheque which helped make 
this Chflatmaa the happiest In 
yeara." one woman wrote. 
"May God ble ss you allT* 

Another Just couldn't be- 
lieve her luck “At flryt 1 
thought there must be enme 
mlatakc,** the woman said. 


He again thanked the fund 
for "the goodwill remembrance 
Chrlstmaa gift to the lamllle* 
who were In need and who 
greatly appreciated this true 
spirit of crhrtstmaa.*. 

Cienerou* tkmors from all 
over VancouNWT Island mad* 
this year’s fond total of $11.- 
n\9m poealMe Each of the 
MO BMdy ea the Uat 


A letter from an Indian chief 
U one tJ the dnnens of hesrt- 
warmlng thank you * pouring 
Into the Daily Colonlsi fmm. 
grataful receivers of "900 
Chrlatmaa Fund" cheque*. 

*1 sm grateful . for your un- 
tiring effbtis to a kmg-lost 
and forgotten people.** 

OUaf Don Williams of Baa ntcb 
I iBdUii RaMTvsk 



HU Hotae, Fenm, Signa 


B«it^ (JolimW Vkl«rU. I.C.. Sn.. D#«. U, ItSI 


Wiih G. E. Mortinwre 


car am«fh«Kl «i(ainci the lem-r 
of Goorse W. Archibald. o( 
)j!S0 nenman. continued on 
and swip«*d the front fence of 
Ar*i)ur Maaon'a hume at 12^ 
Penman damaged a hou^ no 
the corner of Spring and l>en 
man. owned by Nellie Eaton 


City police are looking for 
the driver of * car whU’h side 
awiped two fence* and a house 
ui) Denman Street ChnatmaH 
night, and smashed down two 
•top algn.s before «topplng. 

The car was found parked 


Every holitlay. ihe newspapers admonish people to 
drive with care. These warnings have saved many lives, 


and em ly on HauHaln Street 


Year by >ear the warning* some edlioriaJ ghoul 
• re more grisly. A Vancouver A ^l^orU 
newspaper treated it* readers rtoctoi^ and nurses 

to a preChrlstma* picture of walling for me down at 

32 corphe* slumped on the (he emergency ward, with 
road tha years traffic -IC' plasma 

Question of Time 

It *eem* that the dcHior* going 
and nurses are convlniTd that suigery 
I am going to drive over a like • I 
cliff sooner or later It if only Howe 
a question of time make a 

So they are siaiidlng h>. I Other 
•u-vfiecl them of being a trifle llbcrall! 

•mug of drawing 
•aMslaction 

erige lhat aooner or later I am 

Effective Warnings 

r.r s 


to he hauled Into their 
y with skull splinieied 
like • fllberl In a nutcracker 
However, they are going to 
make an attempt to save me. 

Other newspapers are »o 

. liberally sprinkled wdlh 

morbid caskets and tombstone* inal 
from' the knowl- they begin to look like under 
takers' catalofjue*. 


Our 

diamond "jutlge 
always gives 

a fair verdict... 


at home In the 


polar bear* couldn’t have been more 
chlllv waters of Victoria’s Inner Harbor th^ the 
Kcven douRhty entrant.s in the 4f>th annual Christ- 
mas Day swim, sponsored by Victoria Amateur 


Prrhipi you’ve seen this black DUmundKOpe in our eton. 

U ii our esport diamond "judge" Through •dcntiSc 
magnificabon and exact lighting, it aids us la offering 
you tellable facts oo the quality of any diamond in 

our store. This assures you of full measure of diamond 
baaut>' and vslue . . . whenever yew buy from ua 

The Diamond»cope is exchisive with Bepiterad Jeamleri 
of the American Gem Sodety. 


consirucilon Industry Is head 
ed for another new record in 
19S9, both in terms of dollars 
and the physical amount of 
work." 


BKRDEK.N. Scotland 
imy Kameri«»ky. rerriiued 
the British government to 
rk safe- be- - eremy 
►s during the war. was 
ftpiured KrUlay. nine days 
»r etusDine from Peter 


Convenient 

Terms 


MONTREAL A Polish con 
sulate general Is to he opened 
here about Ihe end of Jan- 
uary. WoJcJech Ketnyiiaki. 40. 
newly appointed consul, an- 
nounced yesterday. 

* * • • 

SANTA MONICA. Calif 

A girl was bom Christmas 
Day to actress IJla Baron and 
her husband, actor Rory Cal- 
houn. 


ISM DOl’OIAH 8T. tSrolUrd Bldg.) Phone RV 6 4431 


from Page 1 improving Internstional iraoe moNTEBELLO. 

should Increase relation* Multi millionaire 

and quality are The State Department wwd ( yru* f^aUui ccl 

.h.. V 

the moves toward creating " rtneived <o 
hsrd currencies are proof "of loig^rams Irom all 
the strengthened economic po world. led by one 
.inon of W«„m Europ,." 

officials said privately * * 

the new measures have poll- washjnCiTON 

" •'".rJ"' HM.u.rr,' virllm 

significance They said the 


Sirenglhening of the pound 
•leriing will alM) give 
lumber exporters s chance to 
grt back Brilith business 
which has gone lo Baltic coun- 
tries in post-war years, he aaid. 

Prime Minister Dlefenbaker 
said m Winnip»*g last night 
that "freer trade step* now 
taken will mean an expanding 
world trade". 

MAJOR STEP 

"Insofaf as ihe I’nlied King 
dom is i-ontenied the action 
const Mutes a major step foi 
ward and a follow-up l« action 
taken at Ihe rnmrhonwealih 


BEAl TIFl L THINGS NEED NOT 
BE COSTLY 

’ Depend on Hay 


-SEArn.E tieorge Harper 
2S. drowned Saturday m hli 
second try at skin diving 


STARTS MONDAY 


CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS 
LIGHT STRINGS — STARS 


HAYWARD’S CHAPEL 


(‘nntinuetl from_ 1‘ace I 
fart<»rs which have been build 
Ing up for some year*. 

•'The British r-hanjjr.-^ were 
maile with the full understand 


■7SM BROUGHTON — KV 8 a«l4 
Bruce M. l^eyden. Manager: Hayward Family. Director! 
Mrm P W. Bell. Director 

Increaiwd Suppr\ised ParkinR 


1,000 Riot 
In Mexieo 


alieady finances more than 
ing of France and West Ger ^alf the worlda international 
many, and Franre ariuaily trade will become more use- 
urged III to advance our plana ful " hr said, 
a lUlle to make them rqin pi.KN-n* OF DOMJ^R^l 

. jde with Its own readjust- i., 

1 ,- .aM The change could be made 

TUl’ANA, Mexico 'API , al ‘hix time, he added because 

More than l.'YkJ peiaons OPTIMI.^TIf Britain s llabiliiie* in aterllnf 

rioted for 2’i houra Saturday The Rrlilah Treasury radla have fallen sharply and Its 
when authorities broke up po te«l optimism A spokesman rrserve.s in dollars and other 
litiral rally here At least uitd the big step toward com foieign iiirrencles have riven 
were injured by slones and pine ronveriihiiity a distant , In an almo.st speciarular 


The Weather 


Kia»*r<*T 
CrrHf.t V.lltr 
Xtmituie* 
e«aUri.fi 
V.nr«<i»rr 
eririt* a.iMfl 

artllk 

rs'iUs. 

I.n4 An«rl.« 


pwrember W. 1B58 

rioutly. with rain beginning i 

In the aftemorm l.lHIe change 
in iem|ie»ature Wind souih 
easterly 15. IrnreaMng to ‘23 in 
the afternoon. Piecipfialion 
Faiurdav Oh Sunshine. VI 
minute*. Monday oullook 
showers 

Resorded Temperatures 

High. 45 Low 41 

Koreraat TemperaAure* 

High. - 47 Low.--. 40 

Sunrise. .305 Sunset. 4.25 
East Coast of Vanrouver 


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Tttira *T »M-roni* 

• fftnr SI*aMrS Tiwl 

'Tie*# Ml Tim* Ml Tim* H' TSn# W 
MM. Ft. MM rv,M.ll >V'M M n 


in beer! 

CALL FOR CANADAS BIO FAVOURITE 


mg to 40 In the afternoon and 
decreasing to soiithwesierly 20 
In the evening. High snd low- 
St Estevan Point. 49 and 40 
Monday outlook, showers 
TaMPtasTcats 


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Batlif (Colontal V«i#rU, i.C^ S«., D*t- M. IWI 2 


rto you Ihink of my vj§Ki today th» moat memnrablf 
hPK''” <ta> of my life." he Mid. 

Thf pnwner rppljed with “Of mine too,“ replied Pope 
tear* tn hu eyek. “Ii tiaa made John 


whom were permitted to look from the ■.hlU of the unhealed 
dow n on the Pope from their b u 1 1 d i n g. revealed to the 
tiered lour floor* ol ceJla. pinumer- that a meitUier of 
cheeted luattly and rhylhmi- hi* family once »j»eni time 
tally. "Viva U Papa’ Viva II behind bars, 

Papa!” "f have vome Idea of what 

They chanted ao loud and 


a member of 


GREAT 

Bargain 
Basemen t 


from the 

guard ahoated ‘*tta ailto! tshut 


The director* of Regina 
Coell —•* queen of heaven — 
Jai. alM look a lew precau- 
tion*. *u<‘h a* SF 
plainclothenmen 
priKonera. 


Prifton superinlendenl Car- without a licence wa.v 

eniharraMed by by the police. 

‘’"'^emmd'rne 'r-n. . m»nlh In 

T« frdinw Pn«on, What an lmp«*«ton it 
made on him and what an 
ImpreHsmn «*m all of iia 
Tear* poured down the 
‘cp of moai of the fidh 

piisonerv a* the Pope mingled 
with them and aaid he would 
p{a^ for every one of the 

inmates. 

pope John made a quick 
visit to ihe lair* infirmary 
and lo one wine of cells. lie 


among the mine Scalla, 

Ihe oulbreak, 

nime to *ee and whis|>eied 
year-old »u guard* ihai they are 
the Roman today * instrucllon*. They must 
ao it la nght act tweeily.” 

,u- The pontiff, wearing # big 

tei* most of ted mantle In proieci himself cheek 


Whalen Uefealeti 


Big IWA Local 
Out for More 


CHRISTMAS 

LIGHTING 


VANCIH'VER 'CPi The and said he hmke won me 
fi«)0.m«*mber Vancouver local iwrty Ift ycar% ago alier - -v 
of Ihe Iniemafional WtkviI- Ing a.s an I.PP mgani/ei d^ 
worker* of Amen.- swung leaied longtime fM-idenl 
heavily inward a faction urg 1-lovd Whalen by J vote* 
ing an all-out camiwign f-o to 1’.030. 

uh*taniiai 1959 wage merr--* -W’hat Ihe memU-i*hip 
e* In eleciUm* this week lor want* i» an Inctea^e in wage* 
a new eneculive. and betfer setvice fiom the 

The ballot resulted In vir lfa<ler>hip." Mr Thompson 
lory lor Syd Thompson, .an said Friday. ‘That* why we 
did-ie for hxal president, and won 

thiee of hi* snpp'n'fer*. It w,i.-. Elected to thf executive 
not clear whether the group were Thompson endoised can 
Would comand control of th- didaie* Tom - i-ritr. Rnr-:* 
executive. Clair and Al Pollard .ifid 


Via in USED Furniture 
and Appliances 


Pink Christmas 


In co-opera I ton w ith the 
Junior Chamber of Com 
mcrce. sponsors of the 
Christmas Lighting Con 
test, bus tours have been 
arranged so all may see 
the do<*orated homes. 


flakes, yeslerday. The pink-hloj«omed 
plum tree grows in her parents' gar- 
den at 2086 Westdowne. — (Colonist 
photo.) , 


Here * a girl who doesn’t give a hoot 
for the white Christmas so many were 
crying for. Pretty Lynn Hunter. 14. 
who likes the weather just the way U 
is, posed amid flowers itwlead of snow- 


10 Ghesterfiel* Suites 


Norway ha* about 1 400 
health atallon* for mother* and 
children, one for every 2.f)00 
inhabitant*. 


Motorist 

Strikes 

Aaaiii 




rniCAGO <AP) — A 
woniao hit and - run vtrllm 
gAlunlay I old p<»tb-e Ih*- 
who •irink her 
•Sopp*^ Iona enoiiKh lo 
punrh her In Ihe face wlico 
ahe tried lo gel hi* ear* 
Hcen.-e nuiitlter. 

Mr*. Mildred Ward, 4.1. 
■aid the driver niutlered, "I 
don't want any tmuhie." 
■tnjck her In the face four 
illinex. then drove off. 


15 Kitchen Tables with 4 Chairs 


and criminal negligence In 


SI* He wat rn roui^ to j;et a 

loin hiv wife in {Tiilllwark Ihe ca*e 
for «'hn>-iir»ei« when hP I’oine Perrat 
m»ioM*i Riihard H iniurie* 

!. with impaired driv by a cai 


VANCOl’VKR fCPi 
prison* including a 12 ear old to 
boy died vmlentiy during 'he 
Chnaima«i holiday from noon rh-iged 
Wednesday up to Saturday 
evening in British Columbia. 

Four of them wne iraft'*' 
accideni viciim* in ilie Vancou 
vgijndLowcr Mainland aiea. 

TTie otler two vver# a falh.-. 
and hU 12 year old . n whii| 
ppi tvhed in a fire al Tiail 
AuUwntle* *aid n.iiiieaied, 
Chrivima* fee llglil.s V-vre le 1 
HponMhle for Ihe .tall fi"' 
wturh burned lo de.*:' ‘ I 

Hosc-or — d hi* Hou l«iinatd a*' 
they slepi in ha.M-meni bed 
r«H*m*» of iheir h* me early 
.uirday. 

Ru*<<>e a widower, had five 
..il.rl vhlldien all meined 
Tratf'C viclnr.s were Mi-v 
VI. .1. OBileo 7S; John ' 

Hunier, and Fldward I’ei- 
ratili, M all uf Vane-«»u\er. and 

.tohn C. Kirmhy. 71. o| Bur 
, naby. 

Mr* O Hrien w.a# stiuck 
laie Friday she rr'uined 
,j home from rhuich and W:=:- 

I- thrown and diagged more than 


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Pre--*1enl Fiilgen* m Ratl*ta 
S-nirdH\ shook up 'he aimy 
i-oMim-i'd r»i (ouMier a giow 
ing reliel threat lo hi* govern 
mint. 

Infiitined wiiui.1'4 III Havana 
are convmi txl ' umat tic 

d>>vi-li>pniei)l> aie iinminenl in 
(he two yeai old iebelllon led 
b\ Fidel (‘-sifo. 

.<ome goveinmeni iinop* an 
rep<ii ledly halkirg al Mie pros 
I*ei-t of a hhiody all-oul offci 
-• -pains* fellow I'ubana In 
the riMl strife that 
ha* brought heavy »' 


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aaiialties. 

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both cldenin we have M*en ' Rev. ger lo pai'= of the cnunlry. 

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' had lust attended ws-- callmi 
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M- a « rite* 

,„,ng Hunier 
from t'hrtsima* 
after being 


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Wm. H. Ivclahman. Cambridge and 
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The British Scene 


**An InHepentUnt Nev$p*tper, 
r/iff Organ of Ko Clique or Party 


SETH HALTON. PublUher SANDHAM GRAVXS, EdltorlnO>ief 

l*ubHih«i< vvery amrnlnc eicepC Monday by Um ('olonlaC ruMteban lAd. 
al I«S1 DottfUa Sirrat. Vktorla, B.C 


HALT 

SHOW 

PASSES 


Freeing Currency Barriers 


A broad move towards readier maintained and perhajis improved. 
«ih«nge of European and other 

, ® .. 4 li .. fit from an easier and better seltJe- 

currenciea trading within the sterling .terllng balances than was 

bloc, abandonment of the European possible before. The British contribu* 
Payments Union in favor of a more tion towards making this iiossible 
flexible “Agreement”, devaluation of i.s earlier than had been antici^ted. 
the franc with an Intemal shift in In broad terms, there will be fewer 
French rurrency. and British action “Iroiicn” assets and a good deal 
to render more easily convertible active credit for those who deal 
some S500.000.000 of sterling balances through the sterling bloc, 
held externally in London were This series of steps taken in con- 
pledged yesterday in a tripartite an- cert across the western fare oi 
nouncement made at I^ondon. Paris E^jrofx* amounts to a challenging 
and Bonn. The move is an aggrea- advance in the dlrertic^ of 
sive step forw'ard towards trading operation, and away from threatened 
settlements In Western Europe, and impasse or disagreement on rnon^ 
has l>een announced in lime to offset tary, tariff and other rnatters. Much 
discouragement over the breakdown remains to be explained, but thero is 
In the European Free Trade Area no misfaking the direction aimed at. 
resulting from persistent French Great Britain, , Germany and France 
fears. are. each in their own way. making 

Willie some emergent negotiations con(*essions for the greater benefit of 
mu.st have been proceeding behind European trade as a whole. As stei^ 
the backdrop, what is announced now ling credits are at the centre of much 
at the front of the European stage world trade, the combined result of 
reveals a broader and more deter- these swift developments .should pr^ 
mined approach to trade revival vide a very welcome impetus for tra^ 
among members of the former pay- revival on a broader ha.xU In the 
menl.s union and members of the new year. 

once-contemplated free trade area Coming on lop of the Montreal 
than might otherwise have trans- and Geneva discussions dealing with 
pired after France’s objection to the trade and credit, with special regard 
original plans. TTie currency* moves, to under-developed countries needing 
spread over several European coun- capital to develop their resource, 
tries, should have immediate effect the accord behind these moves will 
in a wider field. Canada, for one, be thoroughly welcomed, however 
now has fresh reason to hope that experimental these devices may prove 
her exports to the same area can be In their working out 


God ratt you marry, gantlaman, iat r>othing you dismay 


yVoi'oea/io/i in Herlin 


Thinking Aloud 


NATO Determined To Stand Firm 


N. KHER, from I.ondon 


want the Weainm power* to remain 
and to "aanure freedom of communl* 
ration between the city and the out* 
side world " 

The Soviet government la reminded 
It has accepted the obligation to malrr- 
tain that freedom of rommuniratlon 
arroM the Soviet zone, and that It 
has no right to withdraw unilaterally 
from that obligation. The referenr* 
la to the Kour Power Paris Agrr*- 
ment of 1M9 when the Berlin block- 
ade was lifted It is quite explicit. 
The .Soviet authorities "will have an 
nhligatlon to . . . ensure the normal 
functioning and utill/alion of rail, 
road and water tranaport' to and 
from Berlin. 

Whatever other arrangement iho 
Soviet go' ernmeni choaset to com# 
to with the Fjist German Communist 
grtvemmeni. this remains the Soviet 
obligation. And. says the communique 
In unmistakable language, "(he Soviet 
I'nion would be respontible for any 
action which had the effect of ham- 
pering free communication between 
Berlin aqd the free world." 


Dulles IS reported to have told 
colleagues he and his advisers are 
absolutely confident that if the 
stands firm the Soviet I'nion will not 
In fact risk a war about Berlin. 

There may he some who do not 
share that "absolute ronfidenre but 
there Is entire agreement that a 
rraoluie attitude now provides the 
N‘^l rbani'e of averting a crisis in the 
summer: and that, on the other hand, 
any sign of weaKVning by the West 
would only Increase the danger It 
might wefl tempt Khrushchev into 
thinking If hr were to take the chance 
he would probably get away with It. 

That, as I see It. Is the main pur 
po^ of this communique It is sn 
advance warning to Khrushchev that 
he is playing a very dangerous game, 
anfl that for him to assume. If the 
moment mme*. that the Western 
pr>wers will yield to hla threats would 
be a catastrophic misi'alculatlon. 


demands expressed by the 
a Soviet government have ireaied 
a which must be 

faced with deter- 
minatinn." said the 
communique issued ^ 
at the end of the W 
NATO Council’s 
roofideration of the I 
Berlin question. ■ 

The count'll was ^ 
conscious 


heioic- plane The NgjanSHaC 

hahit IS common 

enough, for who ^ jdB 

has not hnagined T ' 

himself shining In a w 7 

some other field ft ' ^ 

of endeavor. The 

other man's job 

always being 

to do. also, it is 

no trick of the mind to be a vicarious 

alar. 

I heard a friend of mine, now 
retired from the wars of business, 
say recently that he had enjoyed 
thoroughly every minute of his 
career I aasume If he had It all to 
do over again he would follow the 
same path Other people, sometimes, 
may wish the opp«»*ite, or cast an 
envious glance at another trade or 
profes.sjon. 

Yvon Purelle, for one must have 
felt the urge to shine be>oqd hii 
chosen field. He la a pri^afighier. 
as probably you know, and recently 
enjoyed the headlines a degree of 
eminence not to he despl.sed when 
he fought for a worlds champion- 
ship. Yet but a few days Isier he 
was on an Ice areru, hopeful to 
demonstrate his prowess ss a ho<-key 
player 1 gather he proved to be 
much better with padded gloves than 
with padded hni'key gear, hut the 
Mitty influence was there. 


very 
the serlnusne^ 

even the pnten- HKSl^lIBB 
tul danger of the "Berlin crisis" 
which Khrushchev created so aud- 
deniy and deliberately last month. 
The danger comes not so much fmm 
Ihe Soviet demands themselves, un- 
srceptable (hough these are; it t-omrs 
from the thinly-veiled threats that il 
demands are rejected the Ea.st Ger- 
man Communist government, with 
full Soviet support, will try to cut 
Ihe lines of ronvmunlraiion of West- 
ern garrisons In West Berlin. 

If that were to hapiien then the 
danger of war would be acute and 
ImminerU- Just what gieps the West- 
ern powers would tske are nol. and 
will not he, disclosed But whatever 
they were, the risk of armed conflict 
would be there. * 

This danger may not be Imme- 
diate It may lie some six months 
ahead. The problem for the itiuniil 
was to make up its mind what alti- 
tude now. will make It less lik^y 
that in six months’ lime we mav find 
ourselves on the edge of catastrophe. 
With complete unsnkniiy. IS govern- 
ments have decided the situation 
must be rsced with determination." 


Art in Dispute 


I T would scorn that the fedora! 

government and the national art 
gallery are not exactly comrades In 
canvas these days. Just recently the 
gallery was at odds with cabinet min- 
isters who were clinging to gallery 
pictures lent while its new wing was 
being built. Now the gallery is dis- 
comfil«»d by government withdrawal 
of fund* for two famous painlingi it 
thought il had purchased. 

One can understand the govern- 
ment '• position In termfi of diplomacy. 
The expenditure of around half-a- 
million dollars for two paintings, no 
matter how attractive these may look 
when hung on gallery wtiIIs, Is not 
calculated to aj«uage adverse com- 
ment during a perioid of considerable 
unemployment. Even a person 
aesthetically inclined is apt to take a 
dim view of expensive state pictures 
If he is out of work. On the plane of 


Put cxpericiu'e. I think, show* 
this IS a wise course. As (he Ruulan* 
sty. "h'siory tesvbes us" that In such 
circumstances firmness It a befter 
aafeguard of peace than weakness 
Sn. In thia communique. Ihe whole 
NATO alliance ranges itself solidly 
behind the policy outlined in the Four 
Power declaration shortly before 
It Is a dual policy. 5teviet demands 
for a change in the status of West 
Eierlin and for the withdrawal of 
Western lrt>ops which protect li sra 
Tfi-'ried Two million people of W’est 
Berlin have Just shown h> over- 
whelming vote they wish for no 
change In their status and that they 


Thit then Is one side of (he policy 
which has been approved by ih# 
whole NATO {'ouncll: complete firm- 
ness on the issues of the atatui of 
West Eierlln. of the presence there 
of Western allied troops, of the main- 
tenance of free communlcaliont with 
the West. 

T’he other tide Is the renewed 
offer to tiy to reach with the .Soviet 
I’nion agreement on the German 
question as a whole Including, 
ruturally, Berlin and on the linked 
questiona of European security and 
divarmsmenl ’The Western powers," 
the communique ends, "are aitU 
ready to discuss all these problems." 

We may now see If Ihe 5W>vtet 
I'nion la also ready to discuss (hem. 
The current position la that Ihe Three 
Power note of Sept. 30. suggesting 
the reopening of talks on Germany, 
still remains unanswered after nearly 
three months 


Of a somewhsl different genre Is 
the remembrance of the brother of 
a rhap 1 knew. This properly was 
the story of two of his brothers, one 
of whom was Ihe artist who crested 
the large pictorial map of Ihe Atlantic 
which in prewar days at least covered 
one wall of the saloon of (he Quern 
Mary An arrangement depicted a 
model of the liner sr the relative spot 
on Ha rroHs-otean Journey. Well, ona 
day while working on the map the 
artist »rw>k his younger brother 
aboard Ihe ship and allowed him to 
paint a small comer, about Iwn or 
three Inches, and thus the younger 
brother .v.uld hug to his bosom In 
future (he satisfying knowlnlge that 
he had a part in this elaborate work 
of art 

Il IS a passing thought, at this 
point, that who knows inrtecd wliat 
goes into many a work of art. p«> = 
itcularly those which unlike Ihe 
Queen Mary's map. rather hlile their 
Intent from public apprerlatlon. Some 
abstract masterpieces could fr«»m all 
appearan«'e be the combined artialry 
of half a do/en brothers each with 
his own bent to pursue and of agea 
running down the *<’ale even to 
chlMhood. 


Spying on the Seabirds 


Modem Towers of Babel 

d 

iFram The l. 4 >iMion RconomUtl 


A nyone Who has ever turned Ihe 
dial of a fairly powerful wire- 
lesa set must have become aware of 
Ihe confusion of voices over the con- 
tinent of Europe. 

The Ru-.i...... broadcast in Knghslt. 

the Americans In Ruf’sn, the Yugo 
Slavs in Prili.sh. the Hungnian* in 
Kremh. all hopefully and at gr^at cs 


pense. When Mnsc'Ow started Its first 
(ransmlaainns In Edgllah In the nine- 
teen iwenttea. MPa asked indignant 
questions; nowadays, new entrants 
Into the business nf radio war arouse 
lilMe nr no (nierrsl. 

There are too many contending 
voices on the air. repealing arid 
amplifying the political divisions 
between the We.st and the East. 


The Packsack 


By GBKGORr CLARK 


By G. C, ^fo^t^moro 


Time Caneulp 


Quake Shatters Messina 


towns: Just horses. 
men, and few j^r 
women. No child- W 
rcn. and no dogs. ^ 

The aharnre of ^ 
children la under | ^ 
standable. In the 5 ^- 
days of the gun | 

fighters ladles 
wete not Ihe family f W G 

lype But there la * ^ '«• 

no excuse whatever for leaving doga 
out of westemi By historical count 
there were more dog» than men and 
horses combined. In those days. Trxis, 
cowpokes do not want dogs around 
the cattle. A herd of dogles |a aklttiih 
enough without dogs adding to tha 
confusion. An old cviwhand once told 
me that he ahot dog* 00 the rang# 
under Ihe pretence that (hey were 
whai he called ky-ontica. 

But ranch dogs knew their place, 
whM'h was around the bunk house; 
and their Job waa U> chaaa gophers, 
bark at strangers, and offer thetr 
company to «eeary men who like a 
weioome home at aundosrn. 

And the way you alept soundly, 
you grocer s , bankers, saloon keepers 
arul hamasa makers. In your llttla 
shacks was having a dog under tha 
bed to give fair warning of anybody 
at the latch. 

If there la aomethlng perns- 
Uarly apoaky about thoae Utile cow 
towns on TV. U tan*1 aniy thoae alow- 
stalking gunflftiters with their stiff 
hands held aids ol tbair hips. It la 
Um doflaaaocaa. 


Plans for Commonwealth 


lion we turned Suddenly thi sea be- 
gan to pour Into the town. The on- 
coming water rolled In s huge wave, 
accompanied by a terrible roar It 
was aglow with the reflections nf 
burning palaces and other bulldinga. 

A gale lashed Victoria on Christ- 
mas 1 »ay SO years ago The flagpole 
fn front of the offices of R. P, RIthet 
and Co. on Wharf Street was kf>ocKed 
down, and the wind gauge on top of 
Victoria poat office blown away. 

Three hlg sailing ships, the Bank- 
burn. Benjamin J Packard and 
.Santa nara. were blown away from 
their moorings In Royal Roads The 
Norwegian steamer Eir dragged her 
anchors and was narrowly prevented 
from going ashore on the north aide 
of F.aqujrruilt harbor. 

Waves leaped 30 feet above Dallas 
Road In pUie« 


T he \ nited HUtes governinenl 
ordered all hoarders io sell their 
goM to the governntent. M years ago. 

t'ertain tlM*'‘e* of gold were ex- 
empted from the order. Imluding val- 
U«h|e «iuna held b> oollccfors. 

fine hundred and sixly-six Chrtsl- 
m«H tisvetlrrs were killed when two 
trams «v}Ihded 15 mile* east of Pans 
Chiang Kai Shek. China * strong 
men. was gathering hla forces to 
riMsh a revolt In Fukien provlme . . 
Film star Ronald Colman arrived In 
Victoria aboard the liner President 
.Isckson lor a holiday visit. 


By ALAN HABVRT 
Canadian PiVaa Staff Writer 


4he ll-Aallon meatlng decided to construct 
a $24R,O0nj)0O round-the world telephone 
and telegraph cable service, covering ail 
Commonwealth countries. 

When completed, Ihe circuit will run 
from Britain to Canada, across eslsiuig 
domestic land linet^ to the west coast, via 
Fanning Island In the PartfU to New 
Zealand, then to Australia. Singap«>re. 
Pakisian, Ceylon. India and round the 
coast of Africa to Bruain. 


O TTAWA tm The llmt steps ntay 

be taken In toward whsi Pilffie 
Minister Dtefenbaker rails the "univer- 
sity of the Commonwealtb " 

Early In the year, work ts expected to 
start on a novel Canadtan-sponsored Com- 
monwealth plan to exchange academic 
personnel students and graduates (h« 
way nations now swap hydraulic engi- 
neers STMt Irrigation experts. 

The Idea is to "scatter" the Common- 
wealth's best young brains among mem- 
ber countries. It couM also bclp 
strengthen factors making for cohwion 
and unity In a gk>be<'trctlng partfler 
ship that Mr Diefenbaker says has 
never been stronger than today. 


Related somewhsl tn thi* discus- 
sion. also. Is the admission by O. 
Douglas that she got her famous 
brother. John Buchan, to tWwcribe a 
drawing room In one of her novels. 
Word pictures of this aorl. she said, 
were not her cop of tea and she did 
not think It waa cheating hecauaa 
Buchan's brief ple<e of prose was 
'like a patch of brocade on a stuff 
garment " No one she felt sure, 
would tnlatake the paragraph for her 
own. 

In this rate, of course. It was 
Mttty In reverie, since Buchan was 
giving rather than receiving tha 
vIcBrkiua thrtll. He himaeif sampled 
so many activities one doubts be ever 
sought to be othar than he waa, 
having no reason to he envious of 
other /ktUs Lesaer bHdgs *re not 
always so content, but keep wishing 
they were someone eiae or doing 
something else The Joker to this, 
too. la that In another guise they 
might even wish ibry were what la 
fact they arc. 


A n estimated perw*na died 

when an earthquake and tklal 
wave laM waste to port of BIrtly and 
WMithern lUly. Si years ago. tomor- 
row. on Dec. S9, IMK 

Many thousands of lives were 
swallowed up in Meaalna. ’The earth 
•remed suddenly to drop and turn. 
Mid a survivor. Another xurvlvor loM 
hme she had been awakened by the 
rocking of the house, and fumbled 
from bed She rushed outdoors. 

The streets were filled. Every- 
body had nished out In their night 
clothes, heediemi of the rain falling In 
torrents. Terrified shiieks aroae on 
■11 aides . . Walls were tottering all 

round . . . r was struck down and 
badly Injured by a piece of furniture 
that fell out of Ihe upper story of a 
house 

"The houMi seemed to be fumh- 
Ung Ui tha ground la whatgver direo 


The telephone system, to be completed 
In stages over a 10 -year period, will as- 
sure a new quality to voice communica- 
tion around Ihe world and may prove the 
forerunner ol a world television aervioa. 
Radio telephone already spans the world, 
but Is subjert to a^tmospherlc disturb- 
ances 

The finance ministers svound up thelc 
work at Montreal with a 3R-pace. 7.000- 
word communtQua railing for fewer Im- 
port Testrlrtlof», steps toward price sta- 
bitttatlon agreements on basic commodi- 
ties. special aid to needy nations, meas- 
ures to pmtaet dofneatJe producers against 
dumping of surploa pmdurta and efforts 
to place orders within the Common- 
waaHh where poaatbW on a competitive 
basis. 


poat offVe slioaM be kept 
v^open mrery day, Tliindaya and 
hoNdaya," ttie BrHlak Colonist arged 
IW yeara ago. 

"II la one of IJioae Inatitutiona 
which art never ripaad In %e«U regii- 
Uted governments Public morals wlD 
not suffer by opening li on Sunday 
before religjws aervlrea commence 
In the morning. In the middle of the 
day. or after the afternoon aervlce. 

"It should be opened three times, 
an hour each every Sunday. This 
would allow the poet maater or clerk 
fun time Io engage In rellflous 
exeiTtaea. or lake recraalWm " 


As proposed by Canada at the Com* 
ynonwealth E>x>nomlc Conference in Mon- 
treal last September. Ihe arhnliMhlp ex- 
change plan would Involve some 1,000 
atudents. Britain offered to finance half 
this group and (Canada uid It would look 
alter one^uarler. 

It waa decided that officials should 
meet early In IMS to work out detqjls 
The coming months may also we tha 
beginning ol another slgnlfkant Com- 

imnwmMi peaJe H afreed upon at the 
WAferanca, Unanimously, delegstca at 



flltln (Eotmita! VUt*rK l.C. Dm. za. IMS I 

Letters to the Editor 

Christmas Party 

I ihnuld Ilk# (o infoiTn th# public of th« kind and 
Indulgent Ireatmont that the lenania of rabini on Blan- 
shaid .Sttoet m'eived (lom lha ladiei of the Reformed 
Kplmnpal Churrh on l>ec 24. The hoapitallty wae on a 
moat lavish *<-ale Wr weie entertained at a moai sump- 
tuous dtnnet In the comfoitshle parish hall. *ntls was 
followed bj a musloal sikI movie piogiain Then ea(h 

li»id commodities. 

1 am glad to hear that this chuirh la in a more 
nourishing condition than formerl> On the first night 
which T spent In Vtdoria. I attended ser\U^ theie. and 
there were only eight worahippers present, fhe minisier 
who conducted the serMi*e was Rev. M B. t*ladsione, 
who was a nephew of the famous British stateamsn. The 
organist waa the late Ml. ft Giles, who was s <*ousln of 
(ien Sir Redvera Bullei. the firsi r-ommsnder of the 
Biittsh lioopa In the .South African War. 

I shall always reinembei the kindness that was shown 
to u. on Chri.,m«. On. ^ UJWTHER. 

Mount St. Mar>-. 

Wanted Millumn 

Whal I and thousands of other Canadiaits would like 
to know Is the oh3ecl of the U.S.A and U S..S R ^nch 
missiles around the moon when their wasted mllllotw in 
apace could he far better applied lo the Utile hungry facaa 

so rinse lo home. . .vin 

W. A. C. HOLLAND. 

Box 491. Duncan. B.O. 

Bnlftnrintr iIip 

No Magic Way 



Seattf fiou$« JVtnc^WhU^ Hoiutt 


Rockefeller Worries About Money 


By HIGH Ml'I.UGA.V quMlwn th 

(AaaoclaSed Br«os| creasing att 

Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller, ing months. 
bo>ishly handsome grandson * 

of oU magnate John D. Rorke ai the m 
fedei. takes up tempoiary i, loo pus; 


queatiofl that will draw In- works taken down by fellow ucllc* of bu>ing up th# old 

creasing stlenlkMi In ihe com- muHl - mllhonalre Aver ell leases of prospective terwnis 

ing months. Hanlman. the Democrat whom set off a real estate furor# 

it * * Rockefeller defeated. * that only sub#ided when a sub 


that only subsided when s sub- 
office was set up to fill build- 
ings vacated by his clients. 


of oil magnate John D. Rorke- At the moment Rockefeller # a * ^ . i 

* 4 « Ings vacated by his clients. I 

fedei. takes up tempoiaiy u loo busy crating up an winning handily In his 

residence here Jsn I on Lagle masierpieres in his .12 room f|,gt run for public office * * a 

Street In the Victorian manor Kiiih Avenue aparliiient to while veteran Republican earn Another haaale developed 
house set aside for governors worry about much else besides P-lgners were losing every when Nelson, a lover of Mexl- 
.. . Where else. The Rock, as ran art. hired left wing painter 


Another 


developed 





NEUSON ROCKEFEl.l.ER 
. . . auiomalic catapult 


of SrwVoil. Ihe SJuO.OOO <VIO budget deficit 

Whether Ihe richeat poiMi r-. uig fiu idmnmn TTTe automatically ratapuu** ' ' im rCA building 

clan In the U5. has his heart art i r e a s u r e s — Matisses. 8 #|f into the 1960 presidential obliged with a pane 
Mt on moving lo the White Utrillo* and Picaaaos will re picture, disaoluie capiialisti o 

House two years henet Is a plat# Ameitctn impresaloniat How he goes about the poor ^ a cost . 


ti Rivera 


11. K. Unionn Havr Sl^nartl Troiihir 


self Into the I960 presidential obliged with a panorama of 
picture. disaoluie capiialisti oppiessuig 

How he goes about handling the poor At a cost of $21,500 
the budget deficit, which Is md over Nelson's biller ob- 
eslimated at nearly twice his Jm-Haps. the murals were chip- 
personal fortune, may provide away and replaced by more 
the clue to hla future Inien- conservative art. 




Key Men Gone Wrong For a Rockefeller lo be wor- America as ■ director of 

*/ fled about money may seem Creole Oil Company, was 

Bv rn SIMON both management and labor at ment Is equally conscious of , coniiadtriton In terms, shocked by the lot of the native 

((anadlan Presai fault- On Ihe labor side. Ihe th# political danger of Inter- Actually. In the strict Baptist ^.^rkers. «;o Impressed was he | 

situation was confused by the vening in union affairs. household where Nelson and better Latin j 

The unaccustomed glare of BOAC workers sre But there have been recent his four hrotheri and a sister relations that he' 

public attention is focusing on ^mong a number of indications ihai the unions aie were reared, the dime a* well Spanish two houis a 

the shop steward, norm^ly me with a Joint shop quietly exploring the posat- as the dollar was held in three months and 

unsung hero of Britain s labot commlliee exercising billiies of putting Iheir own healthy regard. wrote a report that later r«ine 

movement. Jurisdiction virtually Independ house In Older. And there is ~We weie never gnen th# ,be attention of President 

In the trade union hierarchy eni of outside control. growing pleasure from <up- biggest or ihe best of any Booaeveli. The result was an 

he combines the function of ' « # « porters of Prime Minister Mac- thing,” Nelson once recalled jipoolntment as dollar s year 


B> RD HI.MON 
Canadian Press! 


alihy regard. wrote a report that later came 

~We weie never gixen th# jbe attention of President 


platoon seigeanl. bill rollecior, Trade union official! sr# millan's Conservative govern- of his boyhood 


growing piessure from sup- biggest or ihe best of any Roosevelt. The result was an 
porters of Prime Minister Mac- thing,” Nelson once recalled appointment as dollar s year 


co-ordinator of Inter-Amerl- 


protertot of the downltotlden to Interfere with ment to warn the unionists Always a close-knit family, ran affairs, 

and maid of all work. He is long-eslabhshed constitutional that, unless they do the job. Rockefelleii began Ihe day jbua began Nelson t govem- 
the spokesman lor union mem- provisions safeguaiding mem someone el.se may have to do ^.„b « prayer and had Bible career in which he served 

belt in their day today lela berahlp rights and the govern- II for them. selections read aloud at break „ assistant secieUry of state, 

lionthlps with their employer - - - foni Nelson continued the cub- secretary of health, 

and the link between the lank ,n bis own family education and welfare, and 

and file and the policy making >or/irigP NlilTPgg he graduated ftom special adviser to President 

officials of the union. r'AiiAoj* m 10 . 10 . he E'ia*nhn«A.*r nn foreiin affairs. 


Make 

your 

gift 

cheques 

grow 


Bv NORMAN M. Msfl.e«d 
United Prea# Internattnnal 


the deftcil spending theories 
that Ihe government has fol- 


The issue that has thrust tha 
shop steward into the lim» 


DCSL DdU t UCl drinking a promise he still 

keeps except for a glass of 

The fastest sellini thing In and subui ban life Middle class sherry 


aelecilons read aloud at break- assistant secietary of state, 
fast. Nelson continued the cue- secretary of health, 

lom in his own family education and welfare, and 

When he graduated fiom special adviser to President 
Dai imoiith College m 1930. he Eisenhower on foreign affairs, 
colletted $2 500 from hit 


L . 4 ..« have become dla- i,ght arises In sections of Indus 

If you tsk top fedeitl (Ina try where he has taken ovee The fastest selling thing In ...u ^.h r.is at coHeae 

lal experts how a government * * * ^ fr^m his supenois. transform British bookshops Just now home owners can understand ! mu# 

i n y heT .n«?^r Slichtei t argument has ^ trouble book of poems. what he s writing about, h# but Nelson rode a bike. 

00 00ft deficit, they answer _ *'rreeplnt Inflation of ^ ^ ,i . j 

„„ply th.l Itir,.- I. no m.j.r ,h,„Vr ‘r «. .nnu.lly '• Joftn B«l«n.n . C.ll«- ^ 

vay short of lax incieases. ^ regarded at oiy f-^ery well run iiade union Poems the work of a versatile ^ 

pending cula and the hope of w„onable since on his has power of dishiUsal over author and television person 
Ising revenues. Irasoning It is th# mewnt by an Insubordinate official. But ality. is selling si th^henom 

The hope in official Ottawa nhlch business Is kept con- R is dlfflcull lo make a r.s. enal rale of about 1,000 coplea 
ircirs for riaiiig revenues m imuously expanding and full of Insuboidinaiion • dally. 

he coming year Is onlv mod employment is malnialned. man whose noimal duties ro- -if. ahsoluie mysiery." 
rale While most fedeisl Bui Ihe SHchier Vreeplng qune a wide and flexible de ihe writer exclaims, 
conomisis believe that Ihe te- infiaUon" and deftdi financing g»ee of discretion. publisher says there's 


NO MONEY DOWN 

r esTuaKT* to m Moirm# 1 
• ifo esTUDcr# HL m. s 


oftn Betjemans Collected * corfidenl light touch. 


Pam. I sdoie you Pam, you across the bay at their Maine 
great big mountainous summer home. Mary Tod- 


■ut Nelson rode a bike. i TELMAC I 

Six day* ^ler ^iimitb BHALL CAJtfwtHt^T 

ielson married the girl nom **'"”*' — — 


sports girl. 

Whixaing them over the net. 

full of the strength of five. 
See the strength of her arm. 
as firm and hairy as 
Hendren's; 


hunter nark, of the Pennsyl- 
vania Railroad Clsrka. 


Alter working as a clerk for 
spell in his uncle s Chase 


has reached a bollom theoiles rested upon the will The laigest British irad# been nothing like the Instan See the sixe of her thighs, the National Bank, he set to 


nd that 19.19 will wtiness an Ingne.ss of the public to con- union has mote than 1,000.000 (jneous surceaa the book has 

pward trend, they expect that tlnue to absorb the offerings inembeis. K-aliered m a num been out only Ihree weeks 

he rale of expansion will be of Ihe government bonds be, conceins In various tinre pui.hcation of Lord 

nly somewhere In the neigh- necessary to finance the deficit. p»t-rs of Ihe country. It Is Byron's “Chlkle Harold." 

othood of 4 per cent as con And over the past year there manifestly Impossible to sub. wbat Is Reijemans aitrae 

astrd wtih an annual rale of has been considerable evidence ^y^ry dispute Involving 

rowth of around « per rent ihat governmeni bond.s ^e not ynjon men lo Iti senior offi- ^ London critic described 

uitne the laie boom being so eagerly accepted. /o, decision. i,,_ h *.4 iv^i 


uitng the laie boom 
A 4 pei cent expan.sion will 
no.'ii gnveinmeni levenue.s 


What Is Reijeman ■ aitrae Betjeman now is writing Ihe 
tion'* story of hU life, in verse. H# 

A London critic described »*ys the auloblngiaphy will 
him as Ihe best bad poet now go only up lo 1930, when h# 


pout of her lips. as. cross renting space in R^kefeller 
And full of pent up atrength. Centre, the family a skywra^r I 
she swipes at the rhodo- project in midlown 
riendrons Al the heighl of 

Betjeman now is wntlng Ihe •" \ 

story of hU life. In verse. Ha ^ 


The recenl Canada Savings 


we« 24. 

“At that petiod you 


. . purchsMOg power of the measures ate laken lo 

lansdian dollar »ss,ire the stabllltv of govern- 

And the experts say that . - . long term 


ssstire Ihe stabllltv of govern- inter est lies In his )oh. 

ment bonds and the long-term b# t-an play s vital part in 


an be done by soundness of the Canadian smoothing 'tabor relalmn. in 

ho.. of b. anctng lhe bud 8 H. 

.""h •.«, * * * fall, short of hi. ambition, or 

i.'ely by \.Wi (his bis loyalties lie elsewhete. expe.ienced in ihe city con- 

What has happened ove. the ^ recognized he has boundless opportunities «*d»*r»ng the eiicumslames. 


WB4BIV I w ses K* • w m m 

ers for decision. bjm as the best bad poet now f® only up lo 1930, when h# PRAIRIE CLUB TOUR I 

• * * living w»«24. ffS|C|;Q 

, . He loves pathos and lender- “At that petiod you gel lU wAH laituw 

The '* nesa. He describes buildings maiuie." he explains. B> Greyhound. January 24 

»y the fan that the shop slew ci»x sui vvr-sn* 

Ihr .ppo,„l4, o( , -V ‘■.m w 

ns union headqiiaitei* but the Prohlrill ^olvrcl h 4 ««AMna x>»* »• ••■a 

Oerted rep.eseniative of Iho £.^1 ;.:2 

men he serve* The only m m’ m w •»» eT«o<i»fs . 

nullification required i« the /wtiY* MU ,,15'* o^wV *bTmim * 

ipproval of his woikmates ■« I tTy IMU t^L^a I fM la^V MiM Pt.r» •' * 

It IS a situation made to or- sics r*r ••• Manieiiii •eo'S 

riei for a man with P>entv of In the two yeara since ih# pos.sessed a high degree of »•» ••• ****'•■ 

energy and polillc#l ambitions uprising in Hungary leiulted adaptability got along th. M.mwr.we r«| “ •‘*!a If 

.. .1^. .kiliful - 4 .. m m, In- -rh.,, i.n or. which r«u ,4d - 

tiainr and above all If his fR** Toronto, history. JO.- In their successful integration, vqi ^ (•rv*# M*k« r*“' rewiTnieM 

.Ki.r hes In his toh 000 Hungsrlsns have become said Rev. Eugene Boday of St. »•* / fc-nR/fc v uilim 

he .^ 0 ^ r ^ completely Imeg.ated P3lx.beih of Hungary Church. V tPRVICf 

^ 'i k/ho- r.iaiMn* in inio Cinadtin Wg-Ctiy Mfc weie their desire to learn WILLIS TRAVEL SERVICE 

“C:.,; If hr:;...:; -it W., on# or .he mns. ^nglislr ,he learning o, the IP*d IMH GLAH HT. RV 2-17.2 

fall, short of his ambUlon. or *ucifsslul unde, takings ,ver o' m®ney and th. valu# . . « . 


onside.ably, but it will Mill Bond campaign was by long T-be problem I. complirai^ describe* building* matu.e." he explain. 

•avr hv (ai Ihe main bulk of odds Ihe most successful that by the fan that the shop slew • 

te delii,-|t to be laived by lax the government has ever ion 4 ,^ „ the appointee of 

u-ieases and expendlluie ruia dinted and «> goveinmenl his union headquaitei* but rhe Problem SolvrH 

« * « financial expert* believe *0 elei-ted repieseniative of Iho — 

tar It IS only ihe pmfessional men he serve* The only m M • W 

As federal experts view the ,, 4 ^,,,, j^d large holder whose qualification required i« the M^ p t IwmM V* M MM 

rl.sls which the governmeni ponfjdenre in government approval of his woikmates. M\,ff M IVM M § M 

sees the exsentlal need of the bas become shaken „ , ,„uation made to or- ^ 

mrneni l* the le.sioiatlon or helieved furthei-moie. ^ ^,„b pientv of In the iwo yeara since ih# pos.sessed a high degree of 

uhltr confidence In govern- the confidence of this and pollllr#l ambitions uprising in Hungary leiulied adaptability got along ' 

>enl bonds and In the long- trader can he recap- .. b, i« aim a skillful nego *n gieatesi immtgianl In Three Isriors which resulted 

. . purchsMog power of the measures ate laken lo and above all. if hi* flux I® Toronto, history. JO.- In their sut^essful integration. 



E XPORT 'A' 

CIGARETTES 


r - 

Ottawa flnamisl cir. les mrrease In unemploy * ♦ ♦ of MeHopolllan Torotilo. ^ 

h«: ess I. t-on ne.ev,lfv of pl.rtng the erun difficulties lies m the cut.ent had to be quickly o.gan.zed to reallsilc. But he «»on 

tlZ omv upon a «»und ba,si* is con decline of Uommuniai influ- handle the thousands of ron 

In i woirn ihr^ views of sid^ied to outweigh the politl- ence In British trade unions fused and dejected tefugee, # * * 

fsix>aid economist Sumner cal consideiailons of any Since Russian troop* crushed who Roixled In Only a lew Hungarians are 

’itchier^ which have underlain miltal period of iinpopiiltniy the Hungarian uprising In October ,be car. of th. 

1956 a large number of left- in l.on federal immigration depaii- 

wmg unionists have torn up merit, responsible for their 

»1<*lroHlP I'lirorv P*'^y cards and sought -pbe Integration problem was employntent and welfare prob- 

their political guidance else- aggravated by the fact that lems. 

^ where. m many of the refugees were J. F. Eckerit. federal place- 

MM Many have retained their ex- disillusioned, said Mrs. West, ment officer says, 'Ttklng 

Mif MM M \J i€ t Cj tremist views about the polili- tireeted like heroes, wiihin into consideration all their 

*' pal role of labor and have a month they were all hut for problems, it is aurpriBing 

Two American sclentlsis pmeess desri ibed in the Brier adapted Communist lactic, lo gotten and "only those who what they have done ' 

sve a theory that meleois Kline article In Ihi* way. build a rival organi/atlon, 

of ,h 4 «u.« of h«vy "f, Jixlnitm. 4:hri,lmnilv 

te one of the causes ni nravy «un In Its orbit it runs at Trotsky and his follnweis i ! 

amlall. i^iialn times of the year In against Stalin In the 193Ds. ^ 

Dvvighf R Kline and Glenn eluding December. Into paths ^ numhe. of I a- .x o I o of lI/gxi*L 

y Bilr, are not saying flsMy whe^ meteoi. are concen belong lo the^# 1^01111 HSlS dl W 01 K 

nai theie 1 * a connection he .k. .r.iM. -m rival groups. In their struggle 

vecn meieoiulc showers an ^ , ailed '®'' •®PP®'^L “ essential lo , CRORGR W- < ORNELI. They ve diopped many o 

« Tetl^M^es Je.chThe^e^^ "’r, *5 tAssm-l.led Press) ,b# dei.lled. Old Test. men 

Bui Ihe U,.*'. Weather Bur- . gresslvely militant in defend- Cuilouslv «t>ntrasting ten- i 44 «.h. 


he has boundless opporiunit 


E-n, ui.e thing, i-ontldenre m ... 

he shillty of tax cuts to spark Kul the 

business levival I* con- ne.evslfv of plarini 

Iderably diminished WP®" * I 

In s.tdillon. the views of **de.ed to outweigh 
farvaiH ecunrrmlst Sumner r»l consideiailon* 


rb meni. But the long term lionically. one of the chief The resource* of the city 

neievsltv of placing the emn difficulties lies in the cunent had to be quickly oiganired lo 
omy upon a sound basis is con decline of Uommunisi influ- handle the thouxarrd* of con 
of sidled to outweigh the politl- ence In British trade unions fused and dejected lefugee. 
•r ral consideiailons of any Since Russian Hoop* crushed who floixled In following Ihe 


expeiieiu-ed in ihe ciiy. con- ®'* J®® . . 

tidering the eiicumslance*.'' * didn i xppi^ 

says Mrs. Nell Wesi, director ®|*‘* • Job meant. " said 

of the Inieinaiional Institute Boday, 

of Metropollian Toronto. ^ man who was -iffered 

, .. .. 140 a week and refused Ihe job 

The resource* of the city 


in i.oh federal immigration depaii- 

meni. rexponsible for their 
The integration problem was employntent and welfare prob- 
aggravaied by the fact that lems 


B.C. rLKCTRIO LIGHT AND TE:!4EPH0NE 

biUaS payable at both places 

McCall Davay DruA Co* 

IMS r>«icU*. Osf C1t« Rail .tm 

tv t sail s« CV t-MIt 


er*MrtsiM* 


here. to many of the refugees were J. F. Eckerit. federal place- 

Many have retained their ex- disilluaioned. said Mrs. West, ment officer say* 'Taking 
emit! views about Ihe polili- iWeeted like heroes, wilhin into consideration all their 
il role of labor and have a month they were all hut for problems. It is aurprising 


(lontrasls al Work 


meieon.esre.rnmr 

au in Washington said the ^ ing the woikei*' Interests. 

About 30 day. after the * * * 

i”fh!;V:”lhere^mav be such a meleor shower* when the result has been ■ shaip 

1 mhin ^ meleoflOc dust has had lime jnciet«e in lahoi-management 

e * on p. to settle Into Ihe earth's f,iciion. punctuated by fre- 

■'If present Inriuallon aimospheie. heavy rainfall on Qu^pi nildrat strikes Km 

' »'e Old by P*'** Ployei*. tnelr psllence Hied 

,ons. weatl^r forecasllt R y b^-n recorded " by ronsiaiU wrangling over 

e improved thioURi an m The scientists a.lded a word „ diffetences. have le- 
lease In bnowl^ge Of ho pauiion shout their theoty. 5,|iat^d by laying off em- 
smtall I* produced. * h * however. They said that some ^ 

ureau Mid .nd w 'h A .H ong Communist element 

An aitlcle by Mine and pebruaiy and March which . . ..•warda em- 

,1 /- published In the bur muld noi be ira.-ed to meteor *. ^^5 ,, [.nnHon Ah-noit 


meienr shower* when the The result ha. been a sharp »n a way, n.ey re oorr^.ng wu....... ..... ™ 

meteorlhc dust has had lime l.hoi management P****' ®*^7 ‘,* 7 "^* woiahip 

to settle into the »*arth'* punctuated by fre- * ‘l^*’*"* “..‘‘llf; "Reform »a dou 

aimospheie. heavy rainfall on nn.nt wlldrat strikes Km bulwark of Ihe old today what i 

* _4 • _ • r«l.k la lAlrln. «n n.ik- k'.V« . i i 


By CRORGR W. ( OKNRLL 
( Associated Press) 
Culiously «t>ntrasting ten- 
denries are at work today in 
Judaism and Chrlsitanliy. 


They ve dtqpped many of 
the deialled, Old Testament 
requirements, auch as kosher 
diets and separate pews for 


In a way. they're borrowing women, and evolved modem 


"Reform >a doing for Juda 
ism today what the prophet* 

y further observ. ,be globe has Xv’;‘i. "iheir* psllence tiied '* 

er forecasting may recorded" bv^ronsiaul wrangling ove, And (Ttilstlanily. haven of the a„„gbt to do for Judaism 

d thioURi an in Th# acientlstt a.lded a word diffetences have te- dispensation. I* pulling iheir day." saya Dr. 

mow ledge of how about their theoty. bv laying off em- ®»®®'’‘®*« Eltendrath. 

produced. the however. They Mid Ihat some '•OHhodoxy is upon us. says „,#mala are useful 

I heavy I sins have been noted In on- r„mmunlst element \ only In to far as they convey 

le by Kline and Februaiy and March which The'ihTo'^^iera^dTe^*- ^plinnal ««uth in our age Cut 


•U S monthly Weather R# stieama a monih earlier, 
leu showed ihai heavy rain- fhey said these alorma 
»ll has been noted about Jan rnighi be accounted for by to 
2 22 . and .11 and followed ja, ,adio huiais. which are 


united by laying off em- Ti: Eltendrath. 

pjoveea '•OHhodoxy is upon us. says .^^e externals are useful 

^ ■ Proteaunt theologian Nels ... ,, 

A sti ong Communist element - « Feire "We are leturn- ^ ^ ^ convey 

among the shop stewards em- . ' ^ -. numerous *P**‘*“** ®“f •*' '^ '** 

ployed at f-ondon Aii-pnrt ^ meani;*!? "Tr^d 

played a prominent pari In Ihe obaervalions ^ ^ meaning and 

costly eight-day strike Ihat Judaism, a different **'*''*> 

dosed down the operations of Milking tide is in the 


U H. snn •'.I lai in.iiu uu.*.-. d.ih.k rb/oic^aa Alrwava 

leieorlltc ahower* by exactly dischaige* of energv from the rwifth-r •! movement the chang 

H h- hu.r... r,pl.,n-d -hr I.om -.rth «. mr>hod. drrmrd mor, v.hd 


BLANEY’S SELL 
THE TICKETS 
to SUNSHINE 

sb 4 happiness 


volved. nowadays 

* * * ‘The spirit of reform ts the 

A court of Inquiry Invest! moat formidable force in Jew 

gated Ihe dispute and found Ish religious life lr>day." says 

Rabbi Dr, Maurice Eisendralh. 



A court of Inquiry Invest! 


HAWAII 
MKXICO 
WKST INDUS 
SOUTH TACiriC 
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AUSTHALIA 
HtW ItALAND 


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DOMINION 


Oft the Record 


C (TolflltUtf Vktori*. l.C., S«i.. Dt<. M, 1*SS 


Dfr. 81. Jan. I, 2. S— Thr iinho\i>*e 8U at the 
ProRreiialve ArtliU’ Club, 180« WhaH Htreet. 10.80 
p.tn. 

Jan. 18, 10— Victoria Symphony Orchestra 
with lt<»bln Wood and Winnlfred Scott, pianwU, 
Royal Theatre. 8.00 p.m. (IHlh), H.80 p.m. (19th). 

Jan. 20— W’liinlpen Ballet In “Ballet Premier.” 
“be Jasa Hot” “<lraAHland.V’ and "Sleeping 
Beauty,” Royal Theatre, H.StI p.m. 

IjjL ' 1 — \ irtorm Mu'>uil Alt^ Society 

r>. M.', TT-ifA fr'TnTr.rirmu'-i 

,Ian. 24— Victoria Theatre Guild opea% “The 
Matchmaker.” Langham Court Theatre, 8.15 p.m. 

Jan. 28— Ballet Ras^e de Monte Carlo In 'l^es 
KvinhlfU>«“ “Nutcracker.” “Galete Pariwenne, 


folk wiU rfppretinie er 

LV ity tMn NS'iliuim MtVaul«'\ 
I'hon’, rumiM ■'(.•rtfiaauin Fo'k 
Sonys." 1 rttcln'l cxen.know 
hfiii «ny bui lUrn* are Mmii 
clloiu on this liiM-* . 
Miiiiy K«ihlun-s one of iho fh't 
wf'torn !«inRet> to Invade ll-' 
]mp firld h»K an LI 

twAiUu’ hit tuinM> for a (Ui' 


et al on ihe hW parade*, and 
develop these early Indications 
that teenagers are growing to 
like band music and Jan. 

Keep bringing bark the old 
songa If you must, but elimin- 
ate the rock ‘n’ roll beat that Is 
Inevtiably out behind them. 
These songs can stand on their 


By JIM TAVI^R 

Like rock ’n’ roll or not. you 
have to admit that 1958 was a 
boom year for the record busi- 
ness. ami prospects are even 
brighter for J9S9- 

Wllh trends changing as 
quickly as they do. It’s hard 


sary lo have a mium In tin- 
background of an otherwise 
goo<l nwrding. 

Kind us more such gn>ups 
of ihe calibre of the Kour 
Preps. Four I.«d». A^lr^ 
Brothers and Plariers. and gel 
tid of Ihe other kind. 

(live us more < 11 -= jnckevs 


will be popular 


could run the gamut from record for people 

calypso to classics and have a Kilzgeraid, Jo Staf 

giMKl chante of being right. Ih,. ilUllopp<'i'S. It 

Hut. this being the time tor j,n't fair that the talented 
resolutions. wl.*>hr* and such, should have lo take J h.u’k 
here are a few rirquesfs to the juvii lo those fortunate enough 
power that watch over Tin Pan . to find the right combination 
Alley and detide what the of groans. 

' teenauers are going to like K«‘ep gt\tng Johnny Mathis 


^y»l Theatre, 8.30 p.m. 


I ART GALLERY OF 
> GREATER VICTORIA 

^lOlO Moss SI. KV 4 3123 


Take the groan out of 
■•groaner" and put the sing 
back Into “idnger.'’ so that 
good vocali.sts next year will 
be Ihe rule rather than the 
exception 

Keep men like Cozy Cole. 
Reg (>wens. Warren Covington 


OLIVIA WYATT 
like a summer storm 


ROH THOMAS Beigman, ‘Inn of **'^ ^^**'^, 

B> BOB THOMa:. Kli/abolh T.ylor 

HOLLYWOOD <AP) — The xin Roof; " Jean 

nvie Industry Is ending an- g , „ ^ o n a. "Home Before 

her rocky year with Its battle Rosalind Bussell. 

win back its lost audience Marne" 

iH unresolved. Ritjil actor; Spencer Tracy, 

In 1958 the general quality "The Hurrah. Paul New- 
films wa.x good, but slJll not "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; 

)od enough to assure a happy pavld Niven. 

iture for the movie business. Tables;” .Marlon Brando. Ttie 
Our annual assesamcni of young Lions:" Burl Ive*. "Cat 
ic year 1 product uncovers no , Hot Tin Roof, 
tandout film as In Ihe la.Hi iwo picture; "Cal on a Hot 

ears with "Around Ihe World Tin Roof. "Some Came Run- 
y » Days" and "The Bridge oing." filgl." "The Young 
n the River Kwal." Uona." "Indiscreet." 

Here'a how Hollywood s Rest supporting actor: Dean 

ork appeared to this movie Martin. "Some Came Run- 
ner. nlng.- Maurice Chevalier, 


The Entertainment Parade 

Ballet in Bunches 


HOLIPAY Gl 

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KnlerUln Tlietn at 

THE GUEST 

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Dianne Watkln. Linda Johns. 
tUiMbcIh Roper Margiiiet 
Johnston. Irene Webb. Bar- 
bara Dickout. Maureen (jee, 
I Bob Taylor. Colin Ro.«s. Karl 
* Wylie. Milton Calder. Michael 
D^'ane Kilward Pomeroy and 
peter Marlnka. 


THK. (iAYKST Ml SICAL Of -M*! 

trw fhowunic ©F" s I r etim**'* tni- ec - rn. ; 

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held over 

WITNESS FOR THE 
PROSECUTION" 


i:»AN DIKGO. Calif 'AP' - 
Daniel William O’Connor. 29. 
one of the fugitives most 
wanted by the RCMP and the 
FBI. was picked up near here 
theft warrant Fri- 


end then away for a long tim . Excellent review*, including 
The Winnipeg Ballet pro- hlghi*.‘.l rominendalion , 

vides a single performance Gielgud, have , 

Jan. 20 at the Royal. From a »r, 4 .|prt the prTformance of 
repertoire of 12 Items, Victoria as i 

are selecied for Victoria: “Pre- > ,p “Salad Days." ! 

mier Ballet.” • C.raaslwkds. I»e ^ talented dancer fi om 

Ja// Hot" and excerpl.s from Wynne Shaw studios, 

"Sleeping Beauty." VL'alter scored heavily perform- 

The lead dancers are .Sonia mime like the inter- 

Taverner. Marilyn Young and nationally famous Marcel 

the very Impressive Marina Marecau. 

Kaironi.*. along with Frederic "Salatl Days" successful run 
Strnbel and Frederic Konrad. jhe Rarbazon Plaza Thealre 
Viclorts* Sheila Markinnon ^started on Nov. 10 and 
Bppeai-a with the company. Waller's picture apfxaied In 
which la directed by Arnold Time msgarine on Nov. 24. 
Spohr. * * * 


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on a petty 
day. 

Neighbors at nearby Kl 
C:*Jon knew Ihe big red haired 
man a.s Art Nelson, a gardener 
I and handyman. 

In an effort lo evade cap 
Iture. O’Connor had gained 58 
I pounds, dyed his hair red. 
^ grown a big sandy moustache 


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MRS. GKORC.IA BELL 

bowman 

, . her locks shorn 


nlal Conimlitee ar# cbsing 
shop for th« next 100 years ' 
with the ahUtilng down of 
their office this week In Vic , 
loria’s Wi Uer Building. 

L J. Wallace, committee , 
chairman and B.C.’s new dep- 
uty provincial secretary, yes 
terday paid tribute to Ihe men 
and women whose work made 
the centennial actlvtlies a 
"memorahle success " 

The unity of British Colum 
bia ha* been immeasurably 
atrenghened by these people.' 
he said. "It ha.s been done 
through their dedication to one 
cximmon purpose the appnv 


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Egg-Bald Widow 
Hales All Men 


gtr«sive Artists v luo 
week. Including New Yeai s 
Eve. 

Naturally, these affairs oc- 
cupy Wednesday evening «ud 
the Gashouse Six appear again 
Thursday. Friday and ^ai 
urday. 

The show opens 
'nightly at 
. 1306 Whaif Street 


A glory of couraRc anii 
adventure . . . and that 
violcmt day . . . when a 
boy became a uarrioi 
A horse became a hero 
And Custer tHkame a 
Icgcndl 


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•X. 'AP: ”I p<*lue and repoiiers he drew 
muttered the liU .18 automatic and ordered 
Wilson to shave first Mr*. 
Bowman s head, then hi* own. 
Why ? 

"Well, this Wilson 1* a 
harbor and it seemed appro 
prlate" Parker said. 

police said Parker will be 
, harged with carrying a 
pistol and threatening to take 
life 

Will Mrs Bowman go back 
to Parker" 

'*,No. never!" she shouted 


Bi|i Super Tanker 
Makes Sea Trials 

^ at 10-30 The dS.nOO-lon super tanker 

it the dub premises. Andros Triumph underwent 

inalf ye'.icrdav »lb'r an 
overhaul and refit In graving km 
ltd by Flora d«-k at F.squlmali. ‘ 

k.nn on the The big Job was carried out 
nnsentation by Yarrows Ltd 


Mrs. Georgia Bowman had 
rcrtMin to. A couple of them 
had just cok .1 her all her hair. 

Donald Parker -18 of Indian 
apolis. told reporters he had 
' 'iciwn Mrs. BnNsman tn 
Indiana for about eight years 
lie said she left about a month 
apo and he traced her to a 
Houston apartment where he 
also found Lunous Wilstm 43 
T tame here lo lake her 
birk and marry her but 1 
\jut didn't drive 1 inu mile* lo find 
tills," Parker said. So. he told 


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NY. aira, Queen 

Canadlan-U S. Royal yuehl at Ir*Ktiioi 

arto. for the trip ihrmigh the 
President Thousand IsUnd section and 

T Into l.ake Oilarlo AUhough 

veil a friendslilp plaque on Ihe fvinril Chicago. Windsor and 

— other mmrniMees along the 
Then thelcre.st Ijike* are still tr>inc * 


Ry tom green 

Cokmlat OtUw a C'orreapimdenl 
{TTTAWA The Canarllan 
CS. committee planning the vtall. Ont. Massena. 

SI l^wreme Seuway ofienlng („r the Joint C 
ceremonies next summer wfll ceremony, 
hold a meeiing either in Ot- The Queen and 
lay^a or In Ma.saena. New York. KIsenbower are exf^nodMo un 
earlv fn the Ni*w Year to 

finally approve the detailed p,iwerh04jae dam at the Inier 
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At the .same time, govern- gum 
meni official* here who are , | p ) 
making arrangemenl-s for the and I 
Canadian tour next June July mhal 
of Queen KUzabeth. acetim 
panied by Prince Philip, are 
putting the finishing touche* xh 
to plans for the rross-eountry (.omi 
trip. As soon a* the detail* i^nd 
are arranged for the aeaway 
ceremonies, the Royal tour of- 
nrtal* win be able to announce 
the compMe prograni f»r Her 
Majesty’* visit. 

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By L. T. «>Ne8 

Enough of the forward looking buatn^M- a look 
»>ack. HwwUh your humbla (hahl) correapondonla 
version of the utmoal In 19M' 

Shorleat Car Comer; This one. 

Moat improved car: Buicft. 


Smallest: Isetta. 

Best-looking domestic: Buick again. 

Best handling domestic: Plymouth. 

Best riding domestic Imperial. 

Hottest domestic (with all the eatrasi; Chevrolet. 
Best domestic engine design. Chevrolet again. 

Best looking Import ; Karmann-Ghla. 

a * * , 

Best-handling ImpoH tsedani Borgward laabella. 
Best handling Isportat: MCA 
Best riding import Citroen DS 19. 

Best imported production engine; Jaguar. 

Mosi advanced design (from anywherei; Citroen 
>S 19 

Most ingenious design, Fiat Multipla. 

Best built domestic: Rambler 

Best-built foreign (under $3,000) • Borgward Isabella. 
Best-built foreign (over $3,000): Rolls Royct. of 
course. 

Most prestige tdomestlc): Cadillac. 

Most 'prestige (foreign! Mercedes 300 S. 

* ♦ a 

Bnghtesi prospects for 1959: Ford. 

Saddest departure; Packard 

Wildest design Firebird III . ^ » 

Hardest rumor to believe: Rearengined Chevrolet 

for 1990. 

Car we d like to own Mercedes .TOO SLS. 

Car we hope to own: Karmann-Ghla. 

Car w-e d hate to part with Morrli Minor 


Woodward’s Annual Year-End Sale ! ! 

STARTS SATURDAY!! 


Floor Samples! 1958 Models and Demonstrators! All Priced to i lear. 
Every Item priced for Quick Clearance! One of a kind of most items. 

From the Appliance Dept. From the Furnit 

Ranges Chesterfii 

or- . Bedroom : 

Refrigerators _ • ■ r 

. . rN Occasional F 

Washers and Dryers ^itchi 

Television and Hi-Fi Mottres! 

Radios Easy Ch 

Small Appliances Loungt 

Budget Terms. Xo Down Payment on Approved Credit 


Memories of 28 Years 


Janitor-cufttodian for the pa.st 28 years at Quadra 
Eiemenlarj' School. William I. Wright, 61. will 
retire next week with fond memories of hundreds of 
Btudentf he has known.— (Colonist photo.) 


ears 


He ^Graduates^ at Last 


WUi ' I Wright, who hM trlend? wUb thou*.anda of 

.o„r .0 cu,nr. K,.m.n..ry 

School for 2S year*, and haa aimoat 30 years, 

a perfect attendance record, 

w.M ■ „r.du... ' In .wo wrok* ' „„ 

time. . ,he attest and I can usually 

Mr Wright 61 who fmd« 11 remember when it waa they 

k.rd to w..k n„w„ . ..r.., r’'"-Kr;;n,n;“'.V”n" 

without meeting someone he j haven t missed a 

knows has been }anltor at the „ff " 

school since 19.30. Mr Wright nojv plans to buy 

a pleasure boat and »ee some 
TAHR IT K.ASV Bntiab Columbia wilh his 

And after shovelling Ions of wife. Pearl, 
coal, packing thousanda of (iooil BOVS 

('ords of wood, and sweeping Maybe his attitude towards 

miles of corridors, Mr Wright me young.sierf atarilng achiwl 
plana to "juai lake It eaay ' helps explain why he is *o 
_i k .1 w... popular with them . . . They 

during his retirement. iruvMf. 

During ihoae 2R years. Mr they were all good boya." he 
and made said 


STARTING 

TOMORROW 


A YEAR-END SENSA1I0N 


MRS. BEULAH SMITH Wright haa met 


Indian Livil engineer 
To Give Lectures Here 


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Hern are the latest slylea lha! include 
fur-inmm€*d and some of the popular 
chemise . . . presented in all-wools, 
seakkin.s and new imfioried fahries. 
Snug interlininc and a complete size 
range, half sizeA, petites and tails, 
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Hitch-Hiker Robs 
Good Samaritan 


iThe Daily Colonist. 


THREE WONDERFUL GROUPS 


More than IJfOO in Dero/le 


DANCE 


NEW YEAR 


SANSCHA 


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Tribute to crews and air More than l.OOO such fllghis 
Ines for their work In saving have been made in the past 10 hand over the vsluahles 
he lives of BC. re-sldcnia once to ihst Then the youth forced the 

hrtwgh fast lime has any airline failed to victim to drive him hack to 

nights was paid yesterday by J Victoria .SaaVich poller are In 

he Workmen's Compensation do H* utmosl lo get the III or „ 

)nard. injuied to hoApIlal. the board 

said 

‘ Arrangements for the mercy 
f /# # H f f flights are made by rhe 

I WCB's transportation depari- 

I CvODIDIflflfl * doctor 

on call hours s day. 

r rflclf r foi praiKe for braving “seem- 
Cj^lr. n.vld L McKnl«nl. '"''J' c|md.Uor," lo 

.1, of VlclorU. Wiu l.ko com 

, :.„d of Ih. doklroycl «corl » I" coqolrc ho.pll.l 

I 'CS Fr.wr on J.o. 3, n.v.l 

j .... h' « Christmas season mes- 

,c.dqu.rt.r. .nnounerd y» Ir.n.porlUloo 

icd li^Ld^ri/k c^™d'’,°' "" T‘\r 

Off Mca bulance drivers and others 

whose dedication to duty haa 

.. * 1 ... tisarc hundred.^ of I vea. 


NHme the (X'casion . . . the drn«s you want la here. 
For day-time date, for cocktail, dinner and dan<x*. 
It’s an amaring choice In one and two-piece style*, 
wools, creates . . . Just every lovely material in fancy 
design* and plain colors. Of course your size. 


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The Manisgrmenf and Staff of the 


WISH ONK AM> Al.l. A HAPPY V 

AND PROSPKROrS NKW YEAR (h 

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/or tour H0tenm§ pi*€nr» ^ — IZZO 

HAPPY NKW VKAB from the Ktoff ol Fenlhersloeie’s 


Ob, Over a»d 
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*■ • yPVT 1 I 1 - "l ^ Cucssin^ Cdin^ ® wm«. •*€ m. »*•• 

Canadian Workers Cam the ^ame Dicker 

But Have More Money to Spend! Begins in Rome 

-1 ROME (API— Th€ Riwi^ Ux collector *n<! 




195H Paradox 
Explained 



R. C. BACON 
. . . funemi tom'*rrow 


Jack 

Bacon 

Dies 


Hi IHKOIII MOKHIS<»\ . 

OTTAWA (CP) — One o( Ihe mo«t remarkable 
developmcnls on the 1958 economic scene was the esti- 
mated sharp $1^.(KX).000 rise in disposable income: 
at a lime when real Uibor earnings weie relatively, 
unchanged from last year. 

D..po«bl, ini-gmt i. Ih. Thf bconbrnl.u. In m.klni, 
amouni of money left to Cana Ihw eMimale, point out that 
(tians for apendlnc on c-on- total labor eamlnts increaaed 
sumer |joo<U anti for Ravings to i^ome 516 .- 

alter they jjay their diwt ^ Una n« »»»« 

-rrr .7 r.rr:o;;i: 

I (government Transfer’ Payments 
I Not I>ar}:e, hut Slsrnifieant 

I But average purehaalng In purchasing power is not con 

I. ^ ,h» al<lcre‘l large, but ftie e.'onom- 

i power a.A express^ by the K in 

luglwr dupoaahle tr»come dW receij,ion The In 

’ inneaae the economhu.'^ say. er»'a.xe c<itnp«rea with aJiaip 
mainly because of the greater ^laes of 4 9 per tvnt In proa- 
1 disirlbuiion of govemmenl p^mua 1955 and 6.3 per cent 
funds to con.sumera- directly j^, 

through higher old age pen- haiKis of the January- 

aiona and other welfare bene September nine month trend, 
fit* and Indirectly through ^jovei nmmt tran.'.fer paymenia 



ROME (API— The Riwie Ux collector and thi 
Sty’s biggest money earners are embroiled In thn 
annual guessing game. 

The lax office publUhed the wealthy landowner with $«•<" 

^ , _ 000. He submitted a pi a 

rrporta of taxable income for r73.60n and wlU p 

1957 submilled by leading tax uxea on that while the -M 

own eallmatea of how much Prof. Riccarii Galea?j'i-1 
they really earned. the late Pope Plus XIl's [** i 

Where the figures difer. the aoiuil physician who was hai 
taxpayers and Ihe lax offUe red from prariUing 
will negotiate on an-acceptable in Italy for selling articles - 
figure. the Pope s d>mg hours, repo 

The city s biggest earner, ed his Income as $4,900 1' 
according to Ihe tax office, was tax office estimated it a 
Prince Allessandio Torlonia. a $24,000. 

Hard l.oter If iVu (m»p 

Wile Played Aces 
, Too Close to Vest 


Strikes Idle Big Airliners 


I lower taxes. 


increased to an annual rate nf 


They figure, in fact, that $:> fiOO.000.000 in 1958 from 
about one half the $1,300- $2 luO.uOntXKl last year up 
COOJXW rise in disposable In jy,ore than 23 per cent. Pari of 
come came from the.se so- iharp Increase reflects 


Huge Boston hangar is filled with 
American Airlines plane-s as airline 
strikes In the US., by Amerk^an Air- 
lines pilots and Eastern Air Lines 
flight engineers, remain deadlocked. 
Mediators have vvorki»d out a settle- 

1959 a Better \ear 


ment formula for the pilots, who have 
indicated they will not accept it. but 
cannot find any area of agreement for 
the engineers, on strike for more than 
a month. 


By TO.M <;RKKN 
(t nlonlxt 

Ottawx Corrrvpondcntl 
OTTAWA Governn 


IKKN U Is in the typo of savings 

»t dial can o.-iaily bo convrrtt'd | 

pondontl Savings in Canada- 

Government ihii. pa«t year ^op^l»^ont one , 


I called higher government ,n ihe old age pension 

W~\ • ; Transfer” payment*. to &55 a month from $40 and W f' M ^ 9 W 

I (m a per capita ha’' pur $4*. o. 1957 ^ # M M m m 

^ chasing power in Canada in Personal direct taxes were m ^ \ ^ \ M' m m t M m m ^ M m m m m M j 

. creased by about lA J>er cent estimated to have droppeil by ■ # ###« W ^ t ^ 1 

Funeral for R- C. (Jack) .nulnly betause of the higher about $100,000 000 10 $1.800.. -M.. m m ^ ^ 

Bacon. 61. president of the transfer payments -compared OOO 000. Net income of farmers. 

Virtoria Shamrock Ucroaae with a decline of some 1.5 which alM> figures m iwopul ' (;r|.:KN U Is in the typo of savings 

h .nrf xuUiant Queens percent In 1957. An lncrea.se jng dks|>o!table (t nionlat that can e.iaily be converli'di 

Club and * purchasing power mean* frra.sed by an estimated $200.- 1 Ottawa Correapondentl , mo rash Savings in Canada 

Printer, who died suddenly ,^*1 average income outpaced OOO 000 to $1 200 000,000 Income .... . ‘"’o 

Christmas Day. wiU be held the rise in prices, giving Cana coming to Canadian* from In- OTTAWA Government ihia past year ^ep^e^ent one, 

•tinm tomorrow dmns more dollars with which teresi dividends and rents also economiMs heie ^ "I 'tte highest ratio* for aj 

at 3 pm. tom ^uy g.>ods or to save for ua-s estimated lo have In- voic'd ttfe opinion that tmsl- iMocelime year, 

A resUkml J , future spending. creased by $200,000000 to some condition* In Ca^d.i in Moileralely npUmisIle abom 

32 years. Mr Bacmi died lol ^ ri.ni noo "II be tx’itcr. Tlie new iii«. immnliate future, the 

lowing a heart sttach ai hi* An increase of 1.4 per cent $2..gX).«l0^ ^ ‘ halan.-ed pcrmomt^l.s add tliai Inventory 

home at 1 146 Richardson- l.-Aat improvement" as tlir country Hquldalion Is now coming to 

rites, followed hy cremation. » T i T*! /~1 _ • emerges from tis IH months- g,, imoduction l» tnerea*- 

will be held at Sjnds’ funeral ■ M L ■ /~k M I fl 1 1 O *’*'1 bii.smess recesion but no (ng m n number of Important 

borne I I ^ /-% ■' III Villl||l|l II , one should bank on a bourn. Industiios; construclion actlv- 

A(Tt\R 4THI.FTK Canadians, while siiendlng Ity will be higher this winter 

* .nr«.,„.4 *nnri«man he ♦ I more, have also been banking export maikeis should a 

RnmKpr Prncrriini = 


lowing a heart attack ai hi* 
home at 1146 Richardson l-a*t 
rites, followed hy cremation, 
will be held at Sands’ furwial 
borne 

A(TI\r ATHI.FTF 

An allround sportsman, he 
reached his peak In the l920s 
as s lacrosse player and a 
baxehait player He also played 
aoccer an<l hockey and was 
an outstanding amateur boxer. 


USAF to Continue 

Bomber Prosram 


an outstanding amateur box . WASHINGTON 'APi— The iional wings of B52 long range 

After his retirement as an Force iias deeidetl to con- jet bomber*. 4 # 1 

active player. Mr Bacon qg 353 supt'rsonlc jel Both plans reflect an All j /I 

coached amateur hateball ix^nher program but to cut by Force decision to push for ; J. M. %■ O » $ a. ■ 

duba He • regularly golfed jO p^r cent the pur ward with manned aircraft 

and bowled on two city lO-pln planned for the current ^ production while iiUI seeking | - - 

teams. I veer mililary aourcea said i perfection of Intercontinental! w W~h O §d 

WAK urRVKK Saimday 1 Ballistic Missiles f" 

» w/i t kn Knough money will be At one point, several monihs M 

A native of 'vno during the fiscal year ago, the economy move' tijnkaU (AP‘ The Greai 

went to Vancouver as a ch Id. J’ ^ ..^rts next July 1. the threatened to end the new B58 Territory of AI 

he France during addl- program. *!:;i S2.Z 


Ala s ka Ta kes 
Steps to Union 


the First World War and was 
a Reserve Army officer dur 
Ing the Second World War. 

A member of the Vancou 
ver Club of Printing House 
Craftsmen. Mr. Bacon was 
also past-president of Native 
Sons of Canada, Victoria Post 
No. 1. He belonged to the 
Pro Patna Branch. Canadian 
Legion. 

He is survived by his widow . 
Nellie, at home, two daugh 
ter* Mrs W. D (Bev • Ma 
loan and Mr*. R. J. 1 Helen) 
Rogerson, and three grandchll- 


sources said, for two addi- ' program. 

Mannlaugktpr (.harge Laid 


Boy Gun Viclims 
Buried Yesterday 


JUNKAU (API The Great matkm could be issued. 

Seal of Ihe Territory of AI- At the August referendum 

Axka. soon to become a Alaskans met the first test 

museum piece, wa.s applied by approving slalehr^ by a 
Saturday lo documents that 5 1 margin, 
clear ihe way for cieailon of In the November election, 

I Ihr 49th Slate. Alaskan.* for the flisl time 

1 Acting Territorial Gov ctm*^ a congressional delegn- 


Their Job 
Finisbed 
His Job 

VAN! OrvKK (4 P)— \an 
erniver poller played a cai 
fffiji mouM* gatiH* wllh a 
burglar on the rooftops 
above a dviwnlown alreet 
Friday night. 

Thc-y caught him flat- 
tened oot on the roof of an 
elevslor shaft on the Wool- 
vvorth hniWtng on West 
Hastings. 

”1 know Pni caught euld,** 
lie said. ‘Tl’a my Job lo 
iiiakr a few Inieks and your 
jitb lo catch me If you ran’.** 

Pipeline Makes 
Bi^ 19.)8 Profit 

TORONTO '‘P) Intel 


LAWRE.NCt; Mass, iAP) 
After Judge William Daly 
heard testimony about a 
jHtker game he droppetl a 
charge against James Hester 
of as.sault and battery on his 
Wife, 

HcMer said he was holding 
three ai'cs and his wife would 
not leivd him a dollar to bet 
the hand. 

"What did the other fellow 
have?" asked the judge. 

"Only two pairs.*' replied 

Heatet. 

Mrs. Hester tAtlfted her 
husband knocked her against 
a chair when she refused to 
give him the dollar. 


tiOO Home Hniblera 
Expected at l{aHy 
.MONTRKAL (CP* — r 
than fkK» delegates f r o ' 
throughout Canada are r 
jiei led lo aitend the Nati >11. 
House Builder*.' Assoctalin 
convention here from Jan. 1 
15, It wa.s announced todaj . 


GOOD JOBS 

t*r 

TkX* IX* rvarM •> rh*U* 

rttaifie E\ 4 N I X I 


SptoU-Shaw 


3Tt'tnrla Btislnrs* School 


A. E. .\nie* & Co. 

E*tohli$h»d Jg#9 
Slambmn 

Torooto Stock Fxchaoge 
Moatrral Slock Kicbango 
Canadian Stock Kxebanga 

Rojtl Tnui Ruiidmg •. 612 Vkw St/rri, Victoria, B.C 
THepbooc: KvrT|rreo S'4171 

TOiOMio «o«»aiw xm **■• loaooa *•<*. VMcauvfs 
•tiiMiM* c*k**a* i*N»oa 


Wood, Gundy & Company 
Limited 

Canadian Government. Municipal and 
Corporation Securifei 

Sieck Exchantt Orders Executed 

Pnvxie wire conneentm* m TomfUo. Moriiesl 
Wiompcf, V*nc«»u\er. CalgArv. Edmonum, 
Regiaa sod New York 


I margin. provincial Pipe Line Company 

... - In the November election, jq. 

Ihr 49th Slate. Alaskan.* for Ihe fiisl time ^5 q„ 0 ($189 a share* earn* 

Acting Territorial Gov clm-^ a congressional delegn reported for I9.i7. piesl- 

Waino llendncXson impicssed tioii of two sen.Hnr* and one ^ g Johnston has 

the seal Into eertific»tions of repnt-enlativc. SJid elected 
thx nifu ial results of Alaska's William Kgan as their flivt 

mo Matchocr^^^^ on siaie gover^tor Tie rerilftcn- The company . net Income 

Nov. 2.5 and the special refer tlon of those election results 

rnHuT, n( A,,* ai »». 'he laM "'np >h. 9.^ i» •' *-'fin9.8..3 

The certifications go by air proclamation could be kssued. ($1.11 a share . 

mall to President Eisenhower 


Resident M.mager: 
A. L. Pidgeon 


612 \ lew Street 
Victoria 
EV 2-4261 


s Mrs W. D (Bev • Ma Two young victim* of separ- A neighbor. Adam Reisch, Jt will provide the legal basis y- -i- , Strike Sear End 

n and Mrs. R. J. iHeleni shooting faialllles in Cen has been charged with man- for a pnxTartiation acimilting ^ _! J 

gerson. and three grandchll- .... ... . slaughter Alaska a.s the newest and larg 


FAMOL'S GKM JoJiannr* .Schul. . , w x.., 

Th, Hnp, DUmond. r.re RIchairt BUkf. 11 J«-l Bl.kr th. tiqulmal. h'Eh 

. # k. ^ . , a Arip the son Of .Mr and Mr* school student who was fatally pas.seH hy < onpre** m June 

•lone of had luck legend Vevaness wounded Tuesday morning and signed by the Pio'ident 

valued at $1.0no.(K)0. now la in ro,V C’entral Saanich, was while playing with a JC single- in Julv. m* 1 the pir^dure* 

the Smlihsonlan In.slilule at ,hoi in the chesi Dec, 21 and *hoi rifle in the basement of that the territory had to lot 

Wuhlnston. <h«t Khor'ly .(Irrw.rd. h.. hom. on 989 Dunomuir. low boloro . .t.lrhood pro. Iv 


Rogerson. and three grandchll- . . slaughter Alaska a.s the newest and larg 

dry, all of VTrloria. two -Saanich and t-sq Funeral service* weie held e«t state of the Union 

bs/tlier*. Albert and Harold, weie buried wiihln hall an jn the Church of The proclamation i* expec 

In Vancouver. hour of eaih other yesterday. Assumption. ted ebmii Jan. 3. although the 

T)ie vieiim* were Arle Service* were held at McCall's f*n*sirteni has not Indicated 
loJianne* .Schul 6 and Joel Funeial Home at 10 30 a m. for when it will be isMied 
ci>.K..a Qi.uo. IS Joel Hlake. th* Esouimalt high The Alaska Admission Act. 


New \ork Newspapers 
Mav Publish Monday 


Washington. 


Harry Young's 

1958 


Pooled 


in Julv. set the pi^dui^ YORK ‘API- A ten The nine- struck dallies may 

rbirorn’r'ok!;::!;™':^ >.« boo„ ,,,...kon.ko,.eoUOyMon. 

readied in the costiieai news terms are accepted by 

rw* • Independent Newspaper 

13 • fp • hulory. A hark-iowork move * 

I>11SII10SS 1 OnlCS hln«o. on « momhomhip vo'o M«M .nO Domoro™ Union. 

lFHktlll\,-C7>.T I Sunday bv striking deliverers. Newsiands have been bare of 

/^f f #1 fi I f ^ 

# ####■### Finnegan. He expresxed him 8.5(X),(KK) on bunda>. 

.M. » •• ' splf a* "mighty pleased” by ttie Acwirding to official eitl- 


Gillespie, Hart & Co.((958) Ltd. 

INKt’RANCB AfiKNTS and BROKKRA 
I.OWC'OBT ALTO MNANf lNG 
Phone RV 4 1111 — 62$ Fort .Htreel 


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3 WAYS 
TO BUY 


Pies^to-la 


package aetUement gianiitvg mate*, retail sales dropped by 

Th..un..-l.rot,h.C.n.dl.n boon tromondoo.. Ih. lo»,o, thoro .ro . numbor ol .Irons .lock rn«. hy moro .h.n IJO -.jo |noro.«~. .nd o.ho, non- "j;' 

atock markets in 1958 was not considering everything, have candidates. ^ ^ per Cent during the year, t loae cesvslon*. 

that they ro** from their lows been comparatively modest. Probably no indusIrUi did behind was the Argus l otpora- 

of late 1957. so much a* the Jt would be difficult from Ihe better than Salada ^Irrlff which is the holding com- mM A ^ M 

S.r.'«r "" ~ - r . « Mortgage Funds Available 


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AI we CS.*..*.!* 
•r ST) VlMVflAW 

• 4 O»o 
I O AM 


i» reur en-.e.r 

1 (• • via** 

•ait i«4A ■ 9 


All the pundits were con- 
founded as price* continued to* 
peak, moving tar ahead of the 
earning polanttal. and even far I I ^ 

ah»*ad of what ia normally re I ^ 

gardetl as being likely business ■ 

. LSIH-TaiAM 

8TI1.L GOING IT | ^ 

The upward movement Is amiim >5'« j* ■ 

still continuing- New York Is 

through its all time high, and An*. . - . ii'. *• i 

Toronto and Montreal are not air ^ J»’. *in 

Ur behind their 1955 peaks ,5^ 

It wouM have been a very ac r»mi er^ • is'< 
poor investor In common *"|***"»,|y JJ’* 

stocks indeed who failed to c«. um mh 

make a good capiul gam dur- ^ h * 

Ing the year «• {» 

1 have pulled out of the files * W* 

a random number of Canadian 
Industrial mining ana oil cw r*mt 
atock*. and the table below ^ *n l 

■hows how they have fared In d*» *«.».• sj’. 

the 12 months period oU tov** *i * 

(9ul of 74 lasues 64 have ad ^ - !!!* 

vanced and only 10 have ul* oti «*h 

rfrAMMi t»‘ 0'e* 

aroppeo. Ar *e* . i» » 

loOiHKm MOni-AT * ?is 

But even this doe* not give jj j 

the full picture for urhlle th«|M**w* a 

gains la individual cases have! .Z. uw 


Here's How They Went -r, 

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A V No. 

rti.fc* an.Ainii." 

a.i ah'tiur h 
;•>* auna e.viAf - 
' I * Onii.4 Sir.l 
I, lAil.n 
- «'• 

AlfbMn 

.*• ar.larn# 


Oinirtwll ettuX 4 M 
Caw»WU at. . * 


* CiMUr AW ^ X 

' CM D*B II "X 

**« CM Dll Tk 4t* 

• ^ • D»mt tr» 

- * * eilcaniirlAc* M'« 

• KkAbiASi] tun II* 

*’« KudiM ixy ♦» 

UAOWr 14 ‘4 

• • MirniitiM »1 

♦ ♦ • MtniAi CM* * •* 

* It'* OMWIUa • 4* 

* ' savriiu o«» 4 M 

' **• SiM* a<M« ' • J* 

- Uid K»r>* I >* 

’ V*olvr»i >•', 

• ^ • Waiv» Aai<4| ^ 

4*4 Oil* 

]*i axiicr a«i* t«* 

if CAS It* 

: 14', C*B *a» Om } I* 

4 l4Va CM SuM) I*** 

- CM* MU Ma« L*T 

. 4>« nb«4 a 14 

- tv Mcin* i^s 

- 4 « Ti«na Mta -- US 

ASI<A| T»W* - — ••* 

■t )V»> DaUM IM 


lor companies. Its market value 
rn.se by more than 110 per 
cent 

'll MINE DOI BX.CS 

In the mines Gampbell Red 
Lake a gold producer more 
■! than doubled In value, 
i»s There were many stoclt* 
who.se shares advanced more 
. • ! than 70 per cent. One of these 
wa* Ford A of Canada which 
rose during the year from 

- $6Ht to $109 Ma**ey Harris 
was another big winner, while 

' I • all Ihe leading papers ad 
■ 'i* vanced by about 45 to 50 per 
: ‘2 cent 

-• i> In oils one of the stars was 
Consolidated Mlc-Mac. It 
In doubled in value. 

o jst they I 4 )ST money 
' ,V No one knows what 1959 

* I •* has in store, but facts are 

rhiels that winne ding and 

* there's no douht that 1958 wa* 

- •* definitely a big year for the 
tiS atock owner. 

^ Those who pinned their faith 
~ s In bonds had another story to 
« lelL They lost money. 


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Fund! on hand and immediately availabla for First 
Mortgage Loans - (^ulck decisions, reaaonabio 
charges: current rat* ol lnt*rwtL Repaymcnla to 
suiL 

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HAIGaHAIG 


Winter weather brings hazard* 
^ . b^ond your contruJ . . k^e, 

snow, fog You nruiy he an ex- 
Vklorla perl at the wheel, but that's rvrt 
g7 Year* lull proietlion. Let’s cherk your 
Inauranr* NOW! . . . Drive in 
financial aecurlly. 

The Rl(*trr limiraAf^ at Ihe RIGHT Kale* 


This •(fvArtltC'T'tnt t* n«t pwbll«R*«4 by th* Ll*uar 
CaeifW Boar* w by tha ftavA/nmanl at Bnv**n CaiHWbia 


atAL 

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MoaTr.AAss 


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RITHETl 

CONSOLlOATlCi 


766 Port. iMBt Abova DosiclaB 


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Bstlli (leUntft. 

Om 21. ItM 


il Set for Tuesday 


unei 


Hunavv 


ay 1 ony 
Suspended Sentence 


Carol Icr 
Puts Foot 
In Mouth 


Kaoawfty potij hv recaptured by mean* of a 
policeman's suHpenden eariy Bovine Day. 

Jadtie, a part Shetland o«nird by ken and 
SiOHart Fife., \%aiulered away Christmas Day. Lariy 
next raoraiox oerupaaht of a car diiven by Mike 
Swannell tethered him with a belt. But the belt 
broke, and Jackie wa-s free a^ain. 

■.ater. Const. Bonner HuBey k)catad the pony, 
sml him n'-mg his ^i(‘*|r*n(lrrs as a 


LOMMiN (I'PI)— <.on'icl 
■ppteuiic rhsnfeO to frosty 
■llrticr yestenUy when a 
aoniAB rhortster cIosmI a 
c«rt»l c«N'ert at Penloo- 
«llk Prison hy saytng: 

s«« you all 


Q\iccu o( Peace Church, uja 
£>quiniatl Road 

tie died in his aleep early 


THOMPSO-N*S POST 


La Btche Lake in northern 


Former chief of the Sonf-j 


Itahed by David Thompaon 
In im 


The ninaway Kbetland was remanded in cus- 
tody of his owners. 


mothers before, during and 
after childbirth. 


reserve. In his youth, he was 
weU known as an athlete. 


hees. he organired and launch- 
ed the Vancouver Island In- 


PERCY ROSS 


Kffectivc 

Morday. Tuesday and Wednesday 
Dec. 29, 30 and SI 


CAULIFLOWER 


CVIlo-w-rapi>ed for your protection 


••SNOBOV 
l.arf;e heads each 


LETTUCE 


Fresh, Crispi ('alifomla 
8oUd heads ..... 


TOMATOES 


PIECRUST 
MIX 


For the Pies 
Like Mothers Mske 


LIQUID VEL 


JAVEX ^ 

BLEACH Large 64-oz. bottle 


“DOLE'S” 48-oz. 

PINEAPPLE 

JUICE 3 < 


VEL POWDER 


FRESH SKINLESS 


SAUSAGE 


LARGE SIZE 
15c OH 2 Pkgi 


'^DOLE'S" 15-oz. 

FRUIT 

Cocktail 2 for 


Breakfast Sty le 


Hay^s Low Cost^ Coronation Avenue, Duncan 

Frank Haye« Uvea at Wi Cnmnalioa Aveaw wich hta wife Alice aad their two 
daughlera. Kharron 14 and Irene 6. 

Frank Is a sp*»rts enlhiislasl, hU favorites being toflhall, baseball and hockey. 

Frank and Alice were among the firsi to piin Ihe l/tw < ost l-ood Markets when 
the grtiiip nwivrd Inin the Diincan-lAke f'owk'han area and ainre then have enlarged 
Ihe ainre selling area and converted to comple4e self service Im-ludlng a new self- 
serve nveal departntent. 

If yfMi Uve In H»e Duncan area and If you are laferesled In baying nattnnally- 
adveriM brands at k»w prl<-ea and If you Ilka frleadly pemotiallaed service stop In 
and meet Frank, AUre and Ihe aUff at Hayaa Ixiw-Caai. Ml raronailon Avemic, 
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NEW WESTMINSTER— Victoria's scrappy Cougars, who 
able to explode just when things seem toughest for them, drove ^ck 
here Saturday night after being two goals in arrears to hand the New 


toyals a 52 setback before 2.300 'fans 


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days over 


moved the Cougars within two was Anderson who made the 
points of the Vancouver Ca 
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’ i- play poMibIr 

In George Ford got hla 17th 
Nie goal of the •ceason when his 
slap ahol deflected off a de- 
^ fender and Stan Baliuk also 
31 got his 17th as 
” certain by deflecilng In Nichol- 
33 son'a shot leju than three min- 
uie« from the end of the game. 
» r* Ti 3 m 11 M Pelletier received an assist 
u I* 13 3 S S M O'' Ford’s goal. It was his sec 
r 13 13 3 H iM M ond of the sesson. probably a 
*^**7 1 * at oew high for WHL goal- 


DOUG ANDERSON 
. . . fine Job 


Caaipbail 


Boxing Day Game 
Jekyll^ Hyde A ffal 


the Western Division of the 
Western Hockey League snd 
put the Islanders in position 
win over Canuck* at 
today wtl! give 


where a 
Vancouver 
them a second place tie. 

Royals, losers of seven of 
their last eight game*, are 
now seven points behind the 
Cougars and have played one 
more game 

Cougars 
mansged to 
period scoreless 
.through 


Motorcycle CUih Presents Trophy 


made the play for Sian Bali- 
uk's second goal to tie It up. 

Best player on the ice wai 
Doug Anderson, veteran Cou- 
gar centre, whose defensive 
abiHtiev are often overliHiked. 
Anderson not only turned in a 
tremendous checking game 
m an display of 

hockey but smartly scored the 
winning goal, taking his time 
when he got the puck with 
goalie Don Campbell out of hu 
net.o. and getting hia shot away 
Just a* he was dropped to the 
ice 

Anderson also started th» 
third period rally by putting 
George Fold in the clear with 
IS rlever through paa« which 
I caught his winger perlertly at 
I the New WestmlnMer blue 
' line 

It was the Cougars' fifth suc- 
cessive victory on home ire and 
their sixth straight game at 
Memorial Arena without de- 
feat. They haven't been beaten 
at home .sire Nov. 19. when Ed- 
. monton Flyers were 4-11 win- 
ners. 

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, day fans. 

BV Sl RPRIbE Ahe«l. 20. In the firs’ 

Arnle Schmautz caught Pel- ,j, a Cougar* came apar 

Idler by surprise, h^ever. ^ ,he middle » 

eaily in the second period with and were rather for 

mer teammate Alex Kuzms ■ *"®P ‘unale that the Royals couN 

merieammaie «k*. hoards and when Max McNab , 3 .; 

each got match misconducts m ^ break three minutes ^ 

. w..d «.oond porlod lor ...r^ ....h, I, 2D, .1 .ppooi od ^ 

.w.nsing. Thr some ported „ 11 tho Cougars werr down m tho Ih.rd porio. 

A.W MW lour major ponsH.rs '“ *'*>'■ ^ hack •"<' Cougars won s .01 o 

bonded out lor s mr.re ...rted new 

when Conurk s KrnI Dougiss ^..rt hitting snd drew even "« ™rtsk™ “nor 

tried to start something wuh , audden purst late in the ^ 

(;uyle Fielder and found the period. Gordie Haworth the^^oerlod lapse 

Totems only loo willing m go 17 39 by cashing the ^r»y In ^ regalne 

to the aid of their star centre. after Campbell had |^l‘y 

FAN PI N< HED made a ISM'e the "last three goal 


Tom Richardson (left! and Wes Morhart 
) accept the Memorial Trophy at last nights 


Totems Still in Command; 
Fivers Lead on Prairies 


By 

W'alt DItzen 


FAN FARE 


Holiday developments In the 
Western Hockey League saw 
Seattle Totems turn back a 
threat to their leadership of 
the Western Division. Edmon 
ton Flyers taik a point on to 
their lead in the Eastern OIvi 
Sion and Spokane Flyers lose 
two of their first three games 
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scheduled Tuesday night with 
a dance and prize presentation 


For the first time 
on Canadian TV 

Ui. PRO FOOTBAU 
CHAMPIONSHIP 

BALTIMORE 

COLTS 


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this year drew a recoro eniry 
of 90 rlnkk 

Going Into last night's late 
draws, play was reaching the 
half way mark and firat garnet 
In the third event will he playwl 
early this morning, which 
mrans that loiwra will he 
knocked out of the three-event 
bonnptel. 

Play In the Victoria Curling 
Club event the primary had 
geached the .T2a Winners of 
two gamen were J. Spink. J. 
^wyer. Bill Purdy. Jim Tang. 
Wes Austin, ACT. Jim Gal- 
laugher Wes Young. A Spills- 
bury. W. Campbell, H. Day. 
^>h Douglas and Six Mile 
House ^ 

Also out in thd 32s. after 
parting In the i4«. were K. 
IRcBrlde. Bert Nelson. L. Dale, 
Car Taylor Mel Gardner. -I 
Young. Tudor House. W 
giubhs. BIU Brown. Dune 
Caughlln. R- Bremiuu-. D. 
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NEW YORK E^irouraged 
hv mild weather, a near- 4 *apa- 
city riowd of 70,000 will storm 
Yankee Stadium today to 
watch Raliimorr Colts battle 
New York (ilania for the Na 
li'uial Football League cham- 
pmnffhip 

Today's game will be tele- 
vised at U am. PST. over 
channels 2. 4 and 6 . 


NEW YORK 
GIANTS 

Sunday 

December 28th 


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rago Cube’ shortatop. has 34 will be the flrrt of five 
ffdded the National League cr»mprtllions scheduled by the 
slugging championship to hta NorlhwexI Inien-olleglaie Ski 
long Hal of 195R titles with a Asaoriatton . Coach Royal 
mark of .614 lUlley of Kitchener Wale? Joo MfAtetM 

• e • Ihjtchmen may not return to 

R|:.><.HIA begins it* firat the f>ntsrlo Rugby Fonihall _ 
hockey Invasion of the United f nion Club next aeaaon lcp|| 

States New Year s Day in Funeral aervires were held in 
New York. Ultle la known Utiaws yesterdai for Horae* Mary 
about the team (hat will take MerrilL 74. a defenceman with ifflpef. 
part In the eight game tour, Ottawa .Senators of the Na- mu fl| 


the Irate fans down as they run* in Ru» De Janeiro . . . 
lore up fence posts In their Garnet “Sug*r Hart of Phlla 
anger delphu won a split decision 

As the horses came down Ralph ITopaa of New 

the final stretch m the next m their Ift muod 

rare, the crowd began thiew n,iddlewfHght bout Fiiday In 
botllM at horses, riders Miami Beach . Baliimore 

and Judges. Colt*, who play New York 

The Judges had no comment. Giant* today for the National 
• * * FoothaU League champion 

WENT INPIBW holita a lead ship received a 28 hy 23 inch 
of 287 run* with eight wickets t'hrtatmas card signed by about 

'• 4fX) inmates of Maryland Penl- 
final day of then cricket lenllary . . A record of more 

stormed match against the Bihar Gov than l-VO athMies ^ 

XI In Jamshedpur, peeled to take pari in the third 
The MCC amateur annual Pan-American Games 
earn beat the Brazil Aug 27 Sept. 7 tn Chicago 
Usoclation XI by 324 Ernie RaiOia. haidhilUng Chi- 


Hundreds of race track fan* 
tossed boitlea. alirks and 
atones at horeea and Judge* 

In Durban South Africa, dur 
ing an hour long riot In protest 
over the way a race was nin. 

Two Joi*Keya. including top ing 
rider Basil Lewis, were Injured 
and at lea.*i three valuable 

horses were hurt In the demon 
fftralion. touched off when 

four home* apparently auf .. _ 
fared Interference at the »lart m hand going Into Monday 
of the eighth race 
Pan* yelled *'foul 

the Judges' aland and de prnor'a 
manded that the race be India . 

re run The Judge* refuse*!, cricket 


Brought fo you wifh 
fHo comp/fmonfi of 


Wilson’s Pair 
park.* Victoria 

./aNAJMO Bill WllMn 

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I*n Andrew (iraham Rog^* 
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CAPITAL 
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METALS 


Bsllll Cninntri VlthirU, B.C., Sm., D«. M. IK* U 


Bold Roundup 


L«atl the Brulni •nd the tdle game* when he suffered dar^. 
Detroit Ked Winca by U aced ligaments and a rupturs^ 
points. vein in his right knee after Jk 

In last night's other gatne. collision with Leo Bolvln In 
Toronto Maple Leafs continued second jienod • 

to show improvenrent 


Montreal C'>anadiens. in 
hii»h gear now and moving 
quickly away from the rest 
of the National Hockey 
League. whipjaHi Boston 
Bruins. 6-1, in Montreal last 
night to extend their un- 
beaten streak through 13 


r.S. college fiKitbali’s 
annual bowl barrage 
optmod with all the asual 
hoo;-lainJ 


At Toronto, all the siorifflf 
their recenl shake up. aiwl fol- was done in the first period Iq 
lowed Thursday's 2-0 .shutout ^ gopllenders' battle between 
er Detroit with a 3-2 tie with Ed (.^adwi.-k and Chicago's 


•nville Fla 


continuous second- onen- 
sive by Florida. 

OM.V ONK 

Substitute fullback Jim An- 
derson scored the game's only 
touchdoHn after Mississippi 
had swepi 70 yards down- 
field on Ihe kickoff Florida 
promptly came back and Billy 
Booker kicked a H-yard field 
goal. 

The second half was all 
Florida, but the Mississippi de- 
fensive team, with help from a 
couple of fumbles al key mo- 
ments. held off ail scoring 


In the Blue4;iey game at 
Montgomery. Ala 

Most spe<Ucular perform 
ante of the day was In Ihe 
North South game, as Buddy 
Humphrey of Baylor passe:! 
(nr five touchdowns snd scored 
another for the South. 


rriged Klontla, 7-3. In the 
annual Gator Bowl classic. 

It was one nf four post sea- 
son games held yesterday, in- 
volving some of America's 
t'lp college gridiron talent. The 
other three were all star games. 


Canadlens. who defeated 
New York Rangers, 4 1. Thurs- 
day. have 11 victories and Two 
ties in the string, and now 


ronto. 


TW O K.\< M 

Rookie Ralph Backstrom and 
Bernie (ieoffrion led the Habs 
with two goals each last night. 
Dickie Moore. Claude Provost 
and Maurice Richard got the 
others, it was Richard’s 52.Tid 
goal in league play. 

• ieoffrion. who appears 
headed for one of his greatest 
seasons also drew three a.s- 
sists to stretch hU scoring lead 
to eight points over New 


Ron Murphy and Jack Mg- 
Intyre. 

From then on both goallw 
were unlteaiable Chadwick, 
who celebrated his return to 
Ihe lineup Thursday by shut- 
ling out Ihe Wings. 2 0. uas 
Impressive again !j«t night 
and slopped 22 shots, liatl 
blocked Jl. 

On Thursday, newcomer Jer- 
ry- Kliman and Dick Duff 
scored for Toronto and Chad- 
wick did his part with 44 saves 
for his second shutout of the 
aeason. Both have come 
agaifpit thi- Wings. 

HAUK.S BKATKN 
Rolvin. Don McKenn^. 
Bronco Horvath and Jeny 
in any of his last 14 games, Xoppa/Jilni scored for Boston 
was beaten at the 59 second “ 
mark of the first period by 
I...eo Ijibinr. 

Canadlens lost the -^-rvires 
that of Henri Richard for a few 


Moure*! 

fVlIKU 

Sew YnrV 

Chietfo 

TNOinW 


Men from Mars? 

Here’s what Boston’s Bronco Horvath, left, and 
Doug Mohn.s are wearing in headgear these days in 
the NHL. They’re both recovering from broken 
jaws. — (CPC) 


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Nril cantrt liwlfti* ^.pirral at Saw 
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Things Not Cheery [ 
In American Camp 


the Victoria and District Toot- ^ 76 yard quick kick by 

ball League. Ol' Miss' Bobby Green wai 

Dockers plaved lo a scoreless sccldeiilally touched by sev 

draw with H'i*aneys at Royal eral of his own tcammalei 

. 1.1 In vwaierrtav** “f'd Horlda recovered on Uu 

A,hl.i.. P.rk in yn.l«-rd.y. |„„ yn, 

only Irague action, and now longest In Gatoi 

irall the S^nts by only two Bn^i hi.siory. 

nt.inis However, the Scol.s At San Francisco. Ptti« 

tan add to their margin today burgh'=- Dick Haley slashed »■ 


• llaiirry 


crfgo. 4 2 Elmer Va^ko and 
Ted Lindsay got the ('hlcago 
goals 

A crowd of 11-101 turned out 
fi*r Thursday > game at Mont- 
lea] ~'id saw rookie Ab Mc- 
Donald and Andre Fronovost 
send Canadlens Into the lead 
uith :'-d pi*riod goal- Tom 
Johnson and Claude Provost 
V tapped It up In the third. 


haul Host »n Hill (lark In a game or- 
sh in icinally scheduled for Hey-wood 
A\enue and Gorge Hotel takes 
on Victoria Kicker* al Topaz 
* Avenue Park. All games start 
10 St 2 pm. 

ONI.Y i;OAL 

k On Friflay Bill A. klnclose 
• iired the only goal of the sec 
i.nd half to gt\e Jack McMl! 

' Ian’s slfle a tie with a team 
three handled by Oorge Rohhins. 
•ster Both teams were all-«<ar clubs 
nlial selected fnim the league 
'■ 1'’’ Robbins’ team had a 32 lead 
In the first half on two goals 


Summaries 


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downs and was voted the out- g decision" after being 

aianding player of the game, U5. Davis Cup I 

Knd Sam William* of Michigan lineup. He sdde<l thalj 

Slate, a demon on ilefence, was y(.*r In big 

named oulsisndlng lineman tennis. 

Rainy weather gave the 
Reiieis a bad case of fumblUla PASSKI) OVER 
and allowed the Yankees all Ranked No. 1 Just two weeks 
the breaks they needed In the ago hy the VS Lawn Tennis 
Blue Grey game. Association, but weary and un- 

ON <iBOt'M> Impressive here because of a 

•wu .K i. ih. o.mw diabetic condition. Richardson 
The weather kept Ihe game f j 

on Ihe ground ry.s. of the way and cup rookie 

and *'yn.led h- ^ ^:7oimedo for single; assign- 
vaunted pa-ssing a tack, bu It Challenge Round 

around Billy Hoisclaw of Vlr Autiraiia 

'''purdJi^ quarterback Bob Jones, who (wired 

Spoo led the Blue attack, pa.ss son with 

log to teammate John Crowl denied Richardsons » 

fo? one touchdown and kicking that he did not have the «ur 

a field goal. Halfback Duane age to tell him of the 

Wood of Oklahoma got the but let him find out »hro“gh 

other touchdown on a 53.yard the 

^ players that th«y would play. 


CHILLIWACK iCP» rvciit 
las Thompson. 10. ChillluArg. 
Fndty became Ihe youngrgt 
winner of the snnual Boxing 
Day sleelliead derby here u bar 
he landed a 16-{K)und stei-IMead. 

The winner was taken at the 
Vedder Crossing bridge after 
quite 8 battle." young Thomp- 
son said. 


Australian from Adelaide. Is ' * 
not now to baseball. During 
the cricket off .season he plays ' 
short-stop with a Sydney club. i 
I jist year he had a batting'^ 
average of .400. 

VERY KPKEIlV 

"I walched him play In an 
Interstate malcb- al Mel 
bourne." said Talbert, who was 
impressed. 

"He 18 extremely last, a 
good fiekler and has a won ' 
derfui eye. 

"He told me he would be 
very Interested in looking Into | 
the baseball setup In the 
United States. His cricket sea- 
son ends In February in 
plenty of time for him lo get 
tn spring training." 

O’Neill, who weighs 190 
' pounds and Is alx R'ct tall. ' 
' said only that before he 
makes any decl.slon he will 
, ask for a firm offer from the 
: Yankees and discuss sny pro- 
posal with his employers. 

O'NelU's .lame la so well 
known In Australia that Tal 
hen’s approarh to him to play 
baseball in America was the 
lop story in the Sydney af 
ternoon Sun and on radio 
news pr6grams. O'Neill was 
the halting star of Australia's 
victory over England In the 
first cricket test match at 
Brisbane recently. 


pofil* for ANAF Vet 
day as they downed 
Fwgle*. 31. tn iHnr 
l,nwer l.sland Junl< 

Juvenile Sf-ecer As 
match. Stan Emeriean replinl 
for Kagles. 

Other results follow; 

IHMslns III 

c»nif*l ; Ct<*ord rtiar 

m»--. “ 

Mar'. . • '.I « Arjr H » ; “ • I 4 I 

C*I>M >' 

HaiKP*'* F-af*'’ Flr'»n t- .f-a I 

T •tr. Igr!. J T-Sal 4 

Eaquimalt U-si* f*'*' 
iMi i^ns VI 

«•.*»; •!» JaSs *»rr«i»r. 

T-*it : 

W'.;-, : N . 4r I rv« 


MELBOIRNL AP* Nor 
man O Neill. hriUisnt Au» 
trallsn cricket batsman, said 
Saturday he is Interested in 
playing baseball with the 
world champion New York 
Yankees. 

Bill Talbert, former Amen 
can Davis Cup tennis player, 
flew from Brisbane Thursday 
to talk with O'Neill. The meet 
ing was supposed lo be a 
secret, but thev were seen 
breakfasting and the news 
leaked out. 

■ I have no official capacity 
with the Yankee*.' Talbert 
explained. "A member of the 
Yankee front office Knew 1 
lo Australia and 


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was coming 
asked me lo check up on this 
fellow. I did snd that Is about 
all there Is to it " 

O'Neill, a 21 year-old South 


IHVIxION VII 

Brun Hun'rr. 


and that all found out In the 
same manner as Richanl84jn. 

ki'<;gki> c'ompetition 
M acKay and Olmedo face 
rugged com()etltlon from the 
Aussles In the persona of Msl 
Anderson and Ashley Coopei. 
who hsvf agreed lo turn pro- 
fessional with promoter Jack 
Kramer right after the Davis 


LM; tigers 
Top Team 
InAPPoll 

Ry THK ASSOC lATK.I) I'KKJS’^ 
l.x)utslana .Slate University'* 
fooihall Tigers Saturday were 
named Team of the Year in The 
Pre.ss' annual year 

end poll 

They boai the New York Yan 
kre*. world champion* in base 
hall, and the Baltimore Coll^. 
VVc.siern Conference winner* 
of the National Fool hall 
<'lo*e battle of the 


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I,SU received 61 first place 
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ARCADIA. Csltf Silky Sul 
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runners in the $2r>0l¥> added 
Malibu Slake* here Saturday 
ao .Santa Anita irark fans 
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>;ddie Arcaro piloted the hot 
favorite. Jewel* Reward. Into Aihrii* 
iMH-ond (ilace. Swa(»4 Kin was 
thinl 

Raring renume* Tuesday, 
Following are .'•iaihrday and 
Friday results: 

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the goal for Maroons, who now 
have a 4 1-2 ret'ord. 

In other games yesterday. 
Flyers shut out Capital*. 20, 
on goaU by Gordy Strongman 
snd Tez Dhlllon. and Senators 
and Bombers played to a 4 1 
lie. 

Ken Alexander. Frank 
Alexander. Don McNeill and 
Gordon Callow scorr^ hir 
Senator*. Doug Hill, with two 
goal.* Dan Duckner snd Car- 
ley Kennedy were Bombers’ 
mark-smen. 

Thts week s i 
follows: 

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b’ « , 

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V a m -Midpat Ail S'ar tanrki-aM. 

‘ r»ii»AV 

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! "'am am -fUfiiami Capital* Ma 
namt 

4 a m - Raa Wa* AH Siari 

I V>r> pm Jwamul#* »a Jamnra 
MTtROVV 

Tam paa Wa* R.fsal* vt (ar"aU 
lam Pra Waa Maroata \a San* 
Inr* _ 

tarn- Paa Waa fVanbar* v* P1»ara 


tin lop Again 

Reg Waggoner regained hi* 
title In the "championship 
bowling" fivepm series at 
Capital City Bfiwling Alleys 
yesterday, rolling 750 in the 
finals after (Kistlng ■ 693 In 
elimination*. 

Cee MrRae wa* «econ(l at 
729. foilowral by Stan Bell al 
702 and defending champion 
We* Vogler at 603 In elimina 
lion. McRae had KA and Bell 
1K». 


and a total of 306 points. 
Points were counted on a hasl* 
"* of three for first, two for ser 
ond snd one for third. The 
4 4* Yankees were Just five point* 
behind wiih 301. The Yanks 
had .Vi first place nomination* 

I The Colts altrarterl 43 first 
I, IT M 14 M II be place vole.* and 226 point.'. 

*41 3 M ff’*' Tigers won Ihe South- 
ea.'iiern conference crown, the 
**• nallunal college .hamplonship 
Atma, B.ft Cat. in Tile Aasoclateil Virst poll, 
sinia A*«*iTP**. (inished a* the only undefeated 
Burrva SdU* Op. 

— lege competition, and posted 

. iuibi 4 b«t 4M Iheir first all winning record In 
;S 50 years. 


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r**t*td4T I *a®4** RaT*** * Maraoa* 
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Royal.* handed Maroon.* 
their first defeat of the season 
at Memorial Arena yesterday, 
winning 2 1 to extend their 
lead to three point* In the 
Greater Victoria Minor Hockey 
AvHK'iation's pee wee division. 

Gary Day and Ken Averall 
scored for Royals, who have 
won aix snd tied one of their 
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\VPi. ' • - 

1 04 "I ds.i in Hie I hi l- 

loili lot. 

y*r.-I;.‘A ihi* Vlidoiia 

i It! ** 1 1»~ ii ’ 

V.. miiH C.olf Club I 

the lU. *1 N'' ’• ‘b U( 

1 .1 IfigeloW - ■ “i- 

w ;• o(ii. .n.he bt 

f| do". five y.ai‘ ag. 

.' .-'•H'gg* a'ld iw.« . 

.i^4> bill. ..elf when 
hi* I un 4»l vhdo! • •'- 

TMIti K iTKtlKKS 

It L’.iM* lu.n -1 1 
^dxam.ige .'»••• I'la 
Mt rpiao'C and (ou 
Me. 1 imai. of « i-i ge 
U.iing Ilia .i 


... lOOK - sIlH |W(, OV.T 

■■■•■1’ vMiii only Joui t.”'*-' M'malii- 
iday lot K'ank Sero,:g.* who waH 

in Ihr .»afr loui'ome.if.n h.*d 
I of liA It;:.: vlagr with a vinete «lfokp 
• ..dv.miaee while Mi imio "• 
by Ihe loUowihS ijuaiiei wa- dill 
giimly to mi* iluee- 
hr started slioke lead he had i.iKi‘o wtili 
a .oipeihly akei uled I" tbr 
tuin , 

DKAMA IM Ul.nw 

hreralii' r rtiaoia then la-Kan to 

nk*itoCg» iiNTit At Ihr dog leg 

ove. Julia yaidfc. Frank 

SorocK^ -ank a tuf-a.i (Hitt for 
uhd tn a ^ hiidip ihire. and Ibe doeior. 
,d, Inllowed ju,„, much clovei i.o'ge. 
,1 and then i.qunlU-d ifie feat ’I'lie p.uteiy 
rutm. lb', ciiiirred twiii |a*i lot ln•ln•‘•'v, 
•I all ,irid M.'iiinian 'hi.T; ; new II* *' 
only »»r j.i , i.p ay.oovl d lie lo«l 
...... li i=‘!5 iwo of ::i llUr! 'jokr Hail by 

!7iW II...I taking «« hi.gie live 

he able b- U' Hoi-i Coing lo mr Ibth an ea*.y 

,, 4.-1 r i./f two detei Itiiind pat foui . Bigelow ••limk again 

I.* - and witli anoOiei hluhr Ihier 

fise ani! ao did 
Mi'iMman, .md' Higeb.'* l»o 
\\IM» |,,^j went lo me 

■j lie Viidoiia * loi. dia ior lv (lont 
%n *.* - l lo pl.isihg lo the 
Mil mi* .,.iiii-*wejil Cal* 

Hrt\ ll. ' lJ'a> iie Was ool at 

■ h..h.4i om 

d4»wn of' he had jilayed Ihr 

In (otll 

Ilfi l..) c*.t me b,g wind 

WM.itd r ad\ 

Si I'.iCi iov; 

,,1 1*. •- . . . V . ' 

Old ’• 

of Iii.ikitig It «o:.*e a mw . 
i„ . ■„ lOt e ‘ • bi . diU'l 

V ‘ hrmk.'d bf 

,.,io i:,.- iMon al liie 
'I hi him a donhh* b«»i.*M- .‘v 
f.r r.4ll*'4' t|4»*d al i)ie 


Saida t’laus hart a Kifl for rnch uoni- 
p<»tnor by courtpsy of Hiiri.son’^ Bay 
Company — bopr strlns for the men 
and figurines for the women. Il^re 


fine Dr. Higelmv mvives trophy 
from .Mrj:. }lprl)Pi1 Morris, wife of the 
vii’e'*pre.«i(1ent of \’»ctoha Golf Club. 


Man of Ihe hour at Ihr Boxing Dky 
Chnslmns Ti ro (iolf Tournament whk 
I> r. (iporpp Rigedow who I'Hfiiurcd low 
s for ihiid : itr in a nm. 


grow honor 




Kesulls of (ihrislinas Tree Coll 

Men's livsnlls 


U H or .,r >OV' «' 44 11 • 

a V H.> «ir.| *V' 4 l'4k M II M 
W Wo- OV 41 4' »• 

c A f 1 'C"4. 44 41 II J1 

J a 1"» 'OV 44 M M 14 7t. 

a K»o>» V' 4* 4< M 14 1' 

o A rota U’ 41 «> •l-ii 'll 
S M «•**•»«♦« .V. 4» 43 IMI 

O. V 41-41 f# »» 1 


>'i M'K'in.t 'U- 4« r M ll 

U Wor*«o OV M 47 V7-li 

4I4M'M 4ro I4 i: 

K I*. -OV 14 47 41 1» 

H 4iiKa. IV-4J K-IV « 

r Ai-.o. .04 >('»• 4* 14 44 I 

P». H'OCO a« 41 «• 44 I* 

A w lliil.wn ‘iK' 40 14 *4 

Moi.. 4r '.' t * *• 44 •» '» 

A O''' ‘ 04 4< 44 4A lA 

« ' Ri..' IM 44 44 A4 l7 


Mil K f l-»N< HKD 

The rhm-he- 4* *- the p.ii 
H\e I7lh hole Heir ihe dnemr ir^ok ‘.ro 
in a bii'iir f4mr. 
and Memman 

r,. A fom ai Ihe 'it*:: 

laH hole r«iiMplele«l Ihe vleiuiy too 44.»»4i 
wtule -- 11 ,- 5 = al*M. with a pat 
Imhi slipfMHl Itilu the iiinner v •*.,. -• 

,i|i -|Mil agalMHl l^4h^ Meiil “ a*,..-, 

m Km whn iiH|Ulie<l a fl\«* W 

Htll Ntis’nll annihei lanc‘e'1 , in ' 
aiMlldaie thd n.»t xlilke his ^ 

h hum. a*«4l lus chaner p 
t luiallv <h'.4pjM*.4i4*d al the Kvih o l-.A" 
will’ll* he diovi* Mui of fKiiinds * iior.mh 

ind look a iliiubla tmgie 6. M^A^ritV. 

HOHT i I I n I.KAIIS 

All over It vsav a hig day t 
lot pUveiR Ilf the h»»vi ehib v 4 •.» - 
line of 111 laU'Miivl \oimfrr “ 

inendM-i Phil Hedfo'd vi»of <• 

7’f f4ii 'I iii'i ti .1 and llii* .if'i i 
a filayof! wiUi iwii oihei plav » *>-_•« 
ri-Ji rK»ug Fovbnaikr. el«n of /, '* 
N'lrioiia Chih and Con Mih4*ili 
III fioige Vale Rase hiin the 
low 01*1 i'hMmpioiudut> 

In llu* five hamh'-rt; • ; h*Mi* ». 

foul (itirge Vale playeiv and 
luir iioin Cplamla Omk Ihe 

pi r/^^ w 

II \MHCAP UINNKRb a 

i i»r\ weie Kmll fv*auel'emin. k.i>i' 

(oni’eValr 7^.5 «« P Jonrv. 

Clhitid* 7hin Hh. .Sid Hwl » 

la-i.i (iotge Vale TU 1 1 t.*i, 

Keitli lavhM Ml »>». and J, > 

K Parkea. (o.ice Vah* 

H • I'l hb **i 

The hlddi-i hole wiom-i ; 

ili.w* w.-i- Uowaitl McKay, m 
with a birdip »hier at the IhOi. a* 
and the hidden hole high wav 
Rev n. R Pike with H at 
Ihr Mh. 

}•*., -r otti tiet was won b^ 

S McNrr Vlcioim. 29: and 
best in. P Alrtriaey. Cow'ichan " 

\ .ipecial Hiidvona Bay 
pi i/e lot the high at the fu*i 
hole and Ihr* low al »hr I tth n 
W 4 V won hy Keith Olaen lie I 
hail an eight al thv (ir«l and >* 

' a deuce al the Hlh. 

I I4»r X4 '*•« ev •’ 


w a M*~r» -V 47 4> 44 If O 
r4«l OV l« '• *4 |4 7 

I 4- B.<*«p ,V 44 43 M-3( It 
r O eo>r.' 'OV 44 31 tan 

r J r- - •' 4* i4 tA II 

A L U.KoAfl* 44 II t*l a 


o< 14 a CMK.iiwA 

141 .*«< 41 

I H Al o*. - 1 '.Oi • ' • I 

44 

a«u.*C> M*.«'44l I 

•7 


C.ritNlin. Ml- IVri Thiriwoll. Mr 
A, C« K Rohbms and Mi!». H. < 
MacKcn.£ic. 


Al Uplanf9i Santa Claus gavo t-arh 
woman mmi>clllor a dafft*dil iKiulon- 
nlfff. More ho po-ics wilh. IHl to 
right, club professional Walter 


IauIws’' livsnlts (It I filnnds 


iiidu* ivvii al 

. .«1i<t M IRM 


-IJ. 44 4. 41 .n 
a. ^ MnilttHI V4R '* 


A, ' 7o*»>o» ‘OV 
U.». •>' OV 


44'. A N»MiKiin4.4rtl -V 
lek.ll 4) 

w a F 7ltirl«*ll ‘OV 

ttl a 41 

NiiXItU 4P4 O-t* 

Ml. O L44in 'V< M-U 


Mr. D « ia«fM4> <flCi. i1-a^ 

111 ia it 

Mri O i Micnu -U a* 4* 114 *1 
-41 

Urt r L PtettM 'OVr MM- lit* 


n ' MtK'.-ii ! 
Ion. - 'V 

O Ai*n4 'Af . 
timok Ki»e4« 


Mr. i F A Uoior <Ti 


Michael Youne. Robtije lUmUlHii. An hir 

Bud Hocking and Norm Bamfoid. scaled. 


Ihinn. 

(jdlics. 


Wplc 4 »me n*spltp for mrn at the wex-enth tv*r on the 
Oak Bav iwiirsc was a hot detg and a warm-up by a 
glowing barbecue. Left to right, Jack Lanlgan, John 


J. V4I44I .acv 


• T 

rw ^ 

arm ■ 

Y A 








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1 1 TP ‘JIT’S: ri?r* “ 

l^orncD3CK 1 ry 

Dies at 18th 


Wolverhampt 


Takes Lead 


LONDON (R^utpri) — !>• ■Jon * top ttam. went down J. ^ 

landing champion Wolver- 21 to Queena Park Rang^nl w.rkiMt«« ». c«r>ut« i. 
hamton Wanderers amolhered but atayed In flrat place by hCOTTIHH IJ^.AGl'K 
lowly Portamnuth 7-0 Satur- two point* over Hull, which mvitiofi t 
day and opened up a lliree- had to ^ttle for a 11 ,tl* * 

Dolnl lead at the lop of the agalnat Man* field Town, i o^u^*9* i fauirk i 
Enghah SocTer League'. fir.t Thlrd-pUce Southend moved j i 

division within four point, of Hull eanirk « * 

It was the aecond victory lo , , , * ^ , atwuti a. lutu iu*#rt » 

. U/nlvMrhsmton COUnty 3-1. I Thlr. IjMftrk I aaiifTM I. 

two day* for Wolverhjmton ^ ^ , j „ 

erer* "* ' point ahead of York In tin* »r*«bir a. eo»i»t j 

home-and home serte* 5-3 at P” v«..v t>u*a*»t«> 1 . > 

0 Rr^vino r>«v foufth dlvUlon, York defeated B*,t .i/, 1 aumo a«««r* 1 

Porlamouth Boxing L»ay. o-rmw 3-2 •urnai 1 Owna*# uta 

' Bolton Wanderer a, who . .u _ H*«ui«n #. ce*«tnfc»«i>» • 

. . aisv on^ Ranger* dung to thefr one- a, j»hnttw>* a, awviek a 

went ‘"1®. n point lead In the Scotliah Fir»t ^ 

point behind Wolverhamton. ^ .n tai'H ibaoic 

i!!«» ^ 1 at hnmp Aeain.t Ever - 1 Dlvlalon by beating third Lan- i. pwiaaovb a 

lost 3 I at home agai^ r.v^ I Atrdrleonlani moved , a, • 

Ion, The loM dropped them .„i,u ' cwwa *nu 1 . cn»»A*«r» 1 

1 ■ . .4 nia/^ tia with It'*® funnerup spot with 1 pam nuuiiftr t 

inlo a aecond plac^ue »»h Aberdeen.! N okniora. i 

West Bromwich Albion, Ar ■ uaiww 1. Ar.i i 


By JIM TANG 

Strady-playing Mrs. Vic Painter of the Royal 
C’olwood Clolf and Country Club and Mrs. R. L. Poynlx 
of the Uplands Golf Club, who ended a 21-year retire- 
ment from golf only last year, Friday shared honors in 
the annual E)ai!y Coloni.>rt Boxing Day Golf Tournament. 


At*»rai*| to TbMm 

*«J(«IbUA t«* Uils Mtm, (b* k**C 

llai*! (Bf (iBbtBi b«attB| iBt 

«•««> MBMkai sak TBBBAat •Ul 
bs a* iBlIavt 

TOOAV 

Ay e y 

yib*r ya)br yiaot yB)«r 

7.M IM lit IM 

Toyoaaon 

■ I tA « 3t t M 


Painter by the narruweai of C 
margin* when Mrs Poyntx’ e 
*econd putt on the l 8 lh green 
hting on the Up of the cup and 
refused to drop. u 

The need for a third putt , 
gave Mr*. Poyntr. an B 8 for the t, 
I IR hole*, one more airoke than ^ 
' required by Mr*. Painter, who ^ 
' had finished only a couple of | 
minute, earlier. Mr* Painter | 
.cured 44 43 while Mr*. Poyntz ^ 
had 43-43 They were the only , 
enirania In llie re<ord field of 
bU women to break 90 at Lp | 
land*. I 

EA-HV WINVKR I 

Mra. Poynw won low net 1 
honors handily, her handicap 
of 15 giving her a net of 73. 
Ml*. Hawkesworlh of Victoria 
Golf Club. 102 23 77. and Mr^. 
M. Warawa of Gorge Vale Golf 
Club. 110-33 77. ahared run 
ner up honor* 

In the low grobs compciilion, 
Mrs. A. G. E Robbins and Mrs. 
Harold Husband of the Victoria 

Vancouver ’ 
Rugby Side 1 
Seeks Revenge 

Vancouver Old Country 
Wanderer* meet Oak Bay 
W'andereri at Windsor Park 
this afternoon at 2.30 In the 
aecond game of their holiday 
exhibition rugby aenea. 

The Vancouver club was 
beaten. 14 8 . on Friday by 
James Bay Athletic Aaaoda- 
llon. 

In Friday's other game, Vlc- 
tnilB Crlmaon Tide held its 
fl al game In preparation for 
the annual MrKechnle Cup 
aeries and whipped a combined 
serv^l^ team. 36-0 

Tide pUy* Vancouver Rep* 
In the opening Mi Kechnle Cup 
game next Saturda/ at Mac 
donald Park. 


Golf Club were runners-up. 
each carding a &4. 

.Mrs. Painter and Mr*. Poynti 
both received a replica of the 
unique Chrl.imaa Tree Trophy « 
as well a.A bohbie jackets. The 1 
ball, they used for Iheir loumls 
will be hung on the big trophy 
with their name* inscribed on • 
a silver band. Runners up in 
both the low grass and I 6 w net 
competlllon also won merchan- 
dise prizes. 

Mrs. Poynli inee Dorothy** 
Fleichen was one of Ihe^ 
province's belter distaff gnlfcra* 
in the l930s. playing to a .even I 
handicap in 1934, which was' 
probably her bext year. She 
gave up the game “to raiw a 
family" In 1936 and never 
pUyed again until Isle June 
last year 

She started her 'romebai k " 
with a handicap of 26 and has 
been Improving siradlly. lop 
ping off 11 stroke* in 17 
months Only a bad day on the 
greens prevented her from 
I leading the field Friday She 
^ thrreputted on the second, 
llth and lOth a.< well a* the 
ISth to lose much 0 ! the ad- 
I vantage her deaiUy approtch- 
I Ing wa.s giving her. 

' Trailing Mr*. Painter by a 
stroke after nine holes, Mr*. 
PoynU drew even on the I5th 
green but dropped behind 
again on the 16th when she 
again three putted for a four 
’ after having a chance for a 
‘ birdie. 

Both player! had fours on 
the 17th and although Mrs. 

> Poyntz. playing In the four- 
’ ’ some behind Mrs. Painter, 
didn't know It at the time, she 
I needed a five on the 18ih to 
- , tie. 

I Mr*. PoynU waa on in three 
r and putting for a win. Her 
9 I first putt waa short, her sec- 
i ond seemed headed (or the 
bottom of the cup but stopped 
* on the lip. 

_ klr« rornia Mt *** *>* ** 


MB}ar BBlBBBI *Br*B4* iBBtlkf l*k 
k# t kSBr*. 4B«k 

MlBBf ahBiWi la Aar*- 

llBa, IMS* 


Prize 

Winners 


UlVItlO. 1 

AlrdrMaolMB X AUrStaa 1 
C«IU« 1. ClyA« I. 

DuAdw 1 PaUirk I 
OuatBtMlUis I. IMaru I 
HIMnilaa « Kll«»r»a«k > 
eartirk « M»lb»ra«ll t 
Bk Mirrrn 1. OuMA t SautS L 
anrUsA 1. lUlU IU**r* I 
Third LaaBrk I fUncrri 1. 


aracblr }. ForlAt 1 
Duatbartan 1. Alla* I 
Katt PUt I. Aistao Ikavar* I 
a*4i BUrHai 1 DundB* Ota I. 
Hanllutn t. CaadtnStBih • 
at Jahattatsa 1 . Barvick * 
StrnbauMaiair ). Qaani * Park ! 

IRIAN IBAOl’C 

BalUMaa 1. PwiaSava t 


UltUiaa n 

Brutal CUk I. Ordirr Cllf * 
Oarbr Caeaiy ) BataMa Tava 1 
PUDiBiB ). SrifSiaa I 
llHVtcb • Brutal RarBri 1 
Caftan Ortaai !. Stoka City 1 . 
UMdUaSraach ]. Sartulaf t 
Ratharhaai Uaitad • UvBraaal 1 
SruAlbatp* 1 Buadvrlaad } 
Shatrwia Wadn*B4af 1 . Ltarala !. 
OUlataa 111 

Acctioitan 4 HaUtaf a 
Bury 4 Tr*AB«r« Rarar* k 
ChtaurtiaM I. Wratltaai I 
I CaMhfBiar 1. Baum»aiauttt I. 

Hub City I HanatuM I 
Maratcb 1. Rrailla* • 


I. Rarart !. 

Saiadoa 1 , i--- i - I 

DtrlaMa IT 

Aldarahai 1. CryfUl P»la«a I 
aibdiord ]. OUUtam I 
CarUtlt Uauad 1 WorkiRilaa t. 
Cavaatry 3. Tomua* * 

I Qtlllaabam 4 RartliAin*4M I. 
RkrilapoaU 1. Darliaito* «. 


eon T«U I Oataaluad * 
Bhr*»«B<iry • Bauihpari A 
WaUtll ] Waifard 1. 

Tark 1 Barra* a 
lattR LIAOl'K 
ArSi ) UUaatMi J 
Calaraiaa 4. UnlUM • 

Cruaadara L Darry City !. 

Dltltllary S Banaar • 

OUntaraa 4 aallyaitna S 
PartaSae* A CunanviUa • 

TMIKSDAY 

taiillSB LBAOVB 
Otrlataa 1 

■lackburn Raiara !. CbaiM* 1 
BUckpaal « Piattoo Notib Bad S 

oirlataa U 

Urlataby Th** 1 . BbaflHM Otd ! 
H«dd«rtrirM I. Charlia* • 
illflataa III 
BraciUard A iwtadan 1 
Nawpoft 4. Bauthaaiata* S 
Diftataa IT 
Mill*al> • Chaaiar I 
Baulh»ori !. Sbrrvtkury 1. 


we* hiomwirn ~pnrn. 

senal and last-climbing Man ^ 33 


> cheater United. 


behifKl after 
Dunfermline. 


rr (-<)Mi>EKTr:.s MWKf.r Saturday 

United regaining some of ‘ , kagI'F 

Prl/e winner. In the ladles' form it lo»i when sever*! ^>*‘*‘*- n *• * 
competition of the annual qj |„ Aiara were killed In a ‘’‘Ar'ia**,? f uiu* Ta« 
Dally Colonist Christmas Tree pi^ne crash last season, com- ABtao v.iu a. Maarn«Bt 
Golf Tournament pleted a *weep of the two 5*52*1% ***Lirt*MMr' cn 

Hr# Vtr Pwaur La* grau -Ra- £ 8 ^,*^ agSlnSt AStOfl Villa.! 2 

plir* and koMi* lackfti X***'' ... j j i f.ii lartt Uaitad !. W#»t ■ 

U;i R L Payntt^ U>a a*t .laplu* blanking the flrSt-dlVlsIOn tall- | p*,afbelfet city 4 Bin 

"**•“*• '^>n In a row lor Manchester, oiviaios ii 

,ra. Bromw.ch Albion. I •-a.lry «, 


Ul. H Mu.haad-th.rd la* ira.. We.st Bromwim A i u . u ... 
l■at•rprDel «kirt> smong the le«der* all aeiroon. 

Uii R H»*kB»**rit» .arand In* l^eed. United 10 *1 

•«i ■•alt iftoa.i *" . . , _ 

Mr. u War... third u- Ml U*eda Bfid Arsen*! scored a 
■ •.tBtpranf ..irn victorY Bt hofoe Bgalnst 

Mr. J om.r. iif.i fiMht '©.adf Luion Town 

Uri a R,.i- ruaa.r-up. iir.t Sheffield Wednesday fight- 

fiifbt ••*>( hall*' me to Bet bark into the first 


yf Its stars were kilted in a Arua.i i. luu» t*«b • 
pu-n, cr..h ui«t com^ ’ 

pleted a fweep of the two Burley j. CMruttr cm? i 
g.m-. .e.IMt A.ion VIII.. I 

blanking the (irat-divislon lati - 1 Ma.rbenti city . ■inaiach.tn i 

>../ 4 at-a Qik li wat the llth »*•“• >■ »4**r».U* uaiud * 

endert Z-O It was me ixm *al»»rh»mpt*n t. P*fUBi«wii» • 

win In a row for Manchester. piymo>i n 

We-.t Bromwich A I b I o n, | *»rB.i»y i. Midd»art»<Kj«B a 

among the leader* all aeireon. : 5 ruMH*'i»otir. i. ip.*uh i 

«»*«l Un|.«1 10 .1 I ijrsil.?".’ • 

Lk^Hla and Arsenal scored * ijac«hi city •. sh«f(uu wh i. 

10 Vlrtory •! h«">' •l!*‘"*> i!,3^S3‘ f ™. . 

Luton Town. , aiak* cur a uyia* Ofi^t a 

.Shclflcld Wfdnfsday Hthl-; t'lJST'cJ..., .. 

mg to get bark Into the first piymoN m 
dlvulon. took . I.rm Brip on ^ 

ihe aecond divlitoT) leaoersnip D*nr..t«r Rav.r. i. Rarhdau l 
by rtBln* Uncoln Clly m I ‘cS;-.'” ’ 

.Serond-place Fulham droppeo qumr'. park Raawr. s. piyMuth t 

K>hiM/4 u.'Km it ' RMdU> a, NmvIca I 


OMn.v** 1 Okntor.a I 

LiatUM I. Ard. I 

FRIDAY 
B.tkUSB LaAOL'l 
OtyUMa I 

i B>n*wih.*> * Uaerht.ur City 1- 
I ryMian I. Saltaa • 

I l.aUt«Ur City 1 Buralcy I 
Lutae T»*a 4 At.rnai s 
M.»rb.MaT U«ii*d I. A.tan Ttlia 1 
Nt.ca.tlc UallMl t RalU P*r..i I 
ParUmouth J. W«l*«rh.»p4** I 
Prf.tan Hartti Rad 4, Btackpoai I 
Toiunbtat 1. W..i Ham Oniiad 4 
I Wf.t arsnivlcb 1 . t.«*d. UaiUd I 


^BIG 


Mr; a ruha.r.up. Hr,. Sheffield Wedne^lsy. fight- ; 

fiifbi igeit baiut jog lo get b*rk Into the first piytaioN iii 

Mr. T C Meuks. -Mcsfld riigbt , 41 ^ 1 . 1^0 took a firm grip on Bearaamoutb I C*lcb«.t«r I 

lUuiiir .htri- niviaion. i^r ■ iiuii b f , ,^, 0 ^ city * K*ti. c.aa 

Mr. w H*r*.n-f*Ba*r-«p maad 'he second division leadership D«»<a.i*f Hav»f. 1 . R»fhda 
m?br ,r.u k..u. ” by edging Uncoln City 1-0. ‘ JV" 'j, 

Mu. C Hiu— third liiiht m.ady s;|.it)nd-place Fulham dropped qu.#h‘. park Raawr. S, plya 

MU. u Miiniaai -ri»aB*r-up third three point* behind w^en It 2iIIlS«pi*»*ar*R.*p#rt a 

«Hihi l■*u kaiif \«-as beaten 3-0 by Brighton, i •Mth.nd a itarkpart CMPty i. 

WITHIN POINT , w“7::: i'^Murt25r**’ 

..“;*ch.H ThirdplK^ Stoke C 1 1 y ^ 

M* o tartit *..1 «.. «.i k.. moved to Within one point of ^ , 

«...r .ou b.u.1 Kulhwr. by aha.hng Leyton 

Mr. p J ptriuMn - *•« ».i Orient 3-2 at home. . xi.tn a ct**. Aita*a4ia # 

•••U ballai ni. tha ihirrf dlvi- H*rma*p4** 4 Oia»afh.» I 

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NEW YEAR’S DAY 

bring! another meWe-tnonth of 
opporcuoicy. hope and promise. 

For most Canadians January Ist is 

A HOLIDAY 


—a time for 

recrcatioa and enjoyment. 

Office, business and social fesne- 
iiies will be happier, safer and 
free from later remorse if we 
celebrate New Year's WITHOUT 
DRINKING. Keep this a safe and 
sober holiday 

NOT an 

"AlCOHOllDAY” 

THINKING drlvart don> DRINK 
DRINKING drlvara don't THINK 

THE BOARD OF EVANGELISM AND SOCUL 
SERVICE OK THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA 


Mr. PalnUr la HS .Tk >4* 4* IT 


Ur. Payait I* 
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WE WISH YOU A 
BOXFUL OF DELIGHTFUL 
FUN AND SURPRISES . . . 

Ring out the old. ring in the new . . . 
Here's our wi.<th that you have a happy and 
exciting holiday celebration that will 
last ALL the year through! We’d like 
to take just a moment, too. and say 
' Thank You" one and all for 
your patronage. We'll do our best 
lo continue to please you* 

EHtetive Dtcembtr 29, 30, 31 


LIBBY’S FANCY 


PURITY 


TOMATO 


Served t'hilled 
48-oz. tinii 


PURlIl 


Malkin’* Fancy Australian 


PINEAPPLE 


I /.NOL.A, LOnSI.VN.A, BROKEN . HBUMSb AH 

SHRIMPS AQc ASPARAGUS TIPS 35 

12 -ob. tins - 

4H-OZ. tin ■ 

A qi EEN (TTABUYTTE, FANCY For Cocktail* 

'^^Chow Chow Pickles 25*^ "^^CRABMEAT 57 


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lai Biirnsid* W'. EV 2-4441 

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S1R4 4:arpy Rd. GR 0-410 

CAOIOS* lAT tTOSl 
3*23 r«dhoro Ray Rd. 

UR 7-130 

COLQUITZ aCNESaL ITDflE 
41M WllklnMwi Rd. 

DONCASTER FOOD MARKET 
3400 r«>dar Hill Rd. 
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FAIRWAYS MARKET 
2001 nmiflaa 84. RV S4A3S 

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20M Dyaari Rd. EV 4 2400 

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4313 Tytkdall Avc. GR 7-1414 

HELMCKEN ROAD RURITT 
Rplmrlipn Rd. GRaiSIA 

KINO'S 0URITT 

SO Ihlafkd Highway 
OR *2342 

LAKE HILL FOOD MARKET 
1040 Quadra 84. GRa23S8 

MARIOOLD MARKET 
130 Marigold Ava. GR 82323 

0URITT FOOD MARKET 
S (;orga Rd. W. CV 80034 

SHClIOURHI RENTRI 
1051 Hhrlbonma OR 7-2411 


STDNIER'S OROCfRT 

02* rtoverdal^ Ava. 

EV S 0032 

SHOFWCLL OROOETERIA 
003 r,w|iiliikaH Rd. KV 2-4411 

HbWAT SURER MARKET 
rWlwood GR 820S3 

CODRER'S •ENIRAl STORE 
■.angfrud GR 83241 

SHDR-NITE OENTRS 
Bcbykon4 Park GR81US 

■LINN'S FOOD MANKET 
MHclmala OR 82400 


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2000 Fomwood Rd. 

EV 44523 

WALL'S FOOD MARKET 

Famwood at Bay 84. 

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West HaanlHi Bd. 
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Jarntw lalaad 

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Hk I,aha GR810N1 

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017 Monterey Aea. EV 87074 

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1175 Ne«rport Ava. 

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and with bartly tnouglt \«Aitr 
U) krrp lilt wood Irnm Ahhvtlling. 
After a (v^n niixiih reivt. the pUnia arc 
biuughi Into mom irmpeiaiuie, any 
Mr>ak or Arad wood prui>ed out. and 
enuuKh Maier given to start tt Into 
growth again 

tOLflhllAME <W A . Wloha). 


bed agatnat the houi»e s^aU la unauti 
able lor ibeae pianis. as they arc In 
corrigible sun worshippeia. and the 
lankirwjw and height came from 
learhing upward to seek more light. 

A good ta. plant for the north of 
the house Is the (osgiove parlirularly 
the Kacelsior hybrids. Your ihrynan 
lliemums should be grown on tha 
south or west sides 


By M. V. CKKrtNlT. I-'HHH 

PRUNING OK INKIWOOD iR. 
F„ Cobhle Hlill- Your (ootall Dog 
woods may be shortened Jiy time 
between leaf fsll srvd the swelling of 
the leaf buds in the spring. It would 
be best lo do this shortening in grad 
ual stages, reducing the height by 
about three lect this winter and the 


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piuniug will Induce the formation of a 


PLANTS KOK POOR U(iHT 


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way YOU CAN/ 


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factory for covering cntdframes, hut 
personally. I prefer glass «s even the 
lioesi grade of plastic gets s<‘ratrhed 
In time cutting down on ihe amount 
of light reaching the plants within. 

A \eiy good sluni Is to use glass 
lights, fastening a sheet of ineapen* 
M\e polythene film on the inner side 
with ihumn letk-^ Tlie air trapped 
iM-iween the glass and the plaatic is 
an exr'fllenl insulator, and the idants 
will he murh warmer Old Micks ate 
not very gmid for throwing over the 
flame on fmaiv nights, as thev are 
uhually wel in nur rltmale. and there- 
h'. (all In keep out Ihe finsl. I use 
heavy kisM paper fertiliser sarka 
slurred w ith stiaw 

Regaidtng a male lor your cherry 
trees, plant either rvacon or Van as 
these aie exrelleni potlein/et-~ for 
Bing Ijm^rt. Bnva) Ann and mo*t 
of the yweet rheirles commonly 
grown l^reatKiuts 


R.irMEANbMyCAKrnMQ \ 

mi art Of top^cf'y 


regular forest of young shoots ftom 
the uppermost part of the tree 

Mslje your cuts on the slsnt Just 
above a hud. If you use a saw. smooth 
the cut with a sharp knife and paint 
with Biaco tree reineni 

P14)WEKI.RH.S POINSKTTIA •<;. 
K. L.. Victoria I The reason why ytiur 
pninsetila plant ha.y failed to produie 
buds and Howers is because you are 
keeping It in a room In which Ihe 
lights sre on all evening This plant 
like* In go to hed with the chickens 
and demands rninplele darknews (mm 
sundown until dawn, and any artifictal 
light through the evening hours will 
Inhibit the formation of flower buds 

.NKYStKAPKK CHKYKANTHK 

Ml MK «N. Y C. Vlctoils' Tlie 
reason why your chry.sanihemums 
giew 10 seven feet in height last fall 
Is lack of sunshine A north facing 


lE McN, Victoria). There aie no 
flowering plants at all which would 
succeed in your dimly lit stairway, 
and your only ho|>f of .any color would 
be to rig flunre.Kt'enI lights lor African 
violets, glosmias. and busy lizzie. 

Some foliage plants which will 
lolriaie low light Intensity are phtlo 
dcndioM. «Mn'»eveiia. a.spidlHtra agia 
onema and si'hefflera 

III ItUKOPPfNti »T)t HhIA 'E. 

MrN.. Victoria* In their proper 
flowering season, some of the common 
causes of hud dropping In fuchsias Is 
a too dry atmosphere red spider 
niitee. too mui h warmth, and too 
murh or too little water The jeasnn 
why your pUnls aie diopiptng their 
buds now IS because you are fon'Ing 
them to attempt flowers at the wrong 
season of the yeai 

Except with newly rooted cutilng.s. 


‘ I CNONT »■ 
RECOCNiZe 
VOU 

STANOtNtS 

UP 


By John CrosJty 


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KMLKOiBTNgOUBHA 
WETTY gCAlBH 
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tET'* FACE rr, P6*J ...NK/* 
0OJNAKm«gA(MU6 , 
THAT LOOtrCLikE CMC \ 
COtAPTArtTHEUSHT- 
WEIGHT CHAwP Jk 


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T»»iaisAu, 

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Mowi \ racAiLA 

wiaso. i CAb. utE» 

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They are far md away the he«i 
films 1 ve seen on Red China both as 
an and as reportage Out ot the hour 
you gel the feeling of a tremendous 
• tirrtng of energy, almo.st an explo- 


in s man s hark to "relieve the pres 
♦ures which supposedly cause di 
In Spile of lh>s though, you 
come away with the feeling that 
v't.ina Is gripped wiih vitality, which 


This IS the vcj...iir. of the docu 
mental les the year-end reviews, the 
specials, the summmg-ups CBS alone 
has five of them scheduled (his week. 
sU of them sounding very promising. 
The big CBS show today wiU h*^ d 
"The Year Cone By.' a two hour 
forum I channels 7 and 12. 11 noon*, 
assessing America's ans, sciences and 
humanities during 1958. 

Directly following thi* at 2()Q p m. 
(Channels 7 and 12*. will be a striking 
film called "The Face of Red China " 
this IS remarkable on a lot of counts. 
The hour-long film was shot only a 
month or so ago. by a German. Rolf 
Gtihausen. normally a still photogra 
pher. with a marvellous sense of 
photo composition'. _ 


THENWE 
HAVE SEfTLEO 
Tv« PETALS, 
vtr bOLT. 7 

UVET COMMfelJP 


ing Ihe country, remoulding the ei on- 
omy and the uncial structure right In 
front of your eyes. The narrator is 
Gerald Clark, a Montreal corre«pon 
dent whose visit to China this fall re 
suited In a nerles of articles (pub- 
lished in The Dally Colonist). 

There are shot-: of communes the 
forbidden city In Peiping, prison life 
and the ancient practice of Chine.se 
medicine which seems downright bar 
bamus. Including some picture* of a 
Chinese doctor putting a row of pins 


mendoii-' force In the world's hi.vtory, 


Toni^tii from 10 to U 'Channel 7 
only will be the lOtli annual "Year* 
of Crisis" program, one nf the most 
distinguished programs of any year. 
As always. Edward R. .Murrow will 
act Av chairman, and CBS's great 
team of correspondent* has been 
flown In to examine and report on the 
trends In the counlriVi-<\i^ they 
work. V 


VO DOJT EAT 'O' ( WWUTS 

OOKfT GO OUT**- SO 

VO'NEtDS PROPER <{ iMPlOcWTit 
mOURiSHMENT AM' X 'BOOT 
FRESM AIR TD LIVE.'.* ) LIVIN 


DOMTTALK. \ VO‘SMEREl>fA 
LIKE THET.r fWNOBJTV GROUP? 
ahwamts J tm'majoritv 
VO'TO . X VlOULD BE happier 
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-Z" ALL VO- DOE^. LATELY, 

' . tS READ ‘fearless 
N ) FOSOCK'.'/ -- 


By Shrilali Graliatn 


Hollywood Today 


Censors Do n ’t Like Gas 


I 'NANA' Tall, famed French mounting the podium lo sing (‘lexer husineKxgiil Hhlrlejr 

I’s movie "I slat of "Mr. Hulof's Holiday " "Mad Pashernale Love ' with Tempi# persusded the people 

has been ban- is coming to Hollywood next a tUfhielub eniertainei In a al 20ih t'entury-Fox to 

ttish cen.sors month to visit his good friend, fashionable Mayfair bolle. give her the sound trades 

scene, when Hlan LAurel,* who has suffl • • « from hei old films which -•rv 

led murderess clently remveied Imm his » u being used In "TTxe Ship- 

71 . enters the stroke to be able lo drive a How s this for the rasiing T>mple Alhiim ' songs 

and gas from car Stan has finally agreed *ha year -the generously Lftijipop,-* 

nets Is seen lo put the story of himself endowed Habrlna, lo 

nom. that is and his late psrtner Oliver ^llh beau Move Cochran In 

,e picture In Hardy into print and a pic Adam and tve 

tiire IS sure to follow a * a 

Richard Burtofi is wanted 
rt tl 000. 1*^1 *he title role In the TV' 

house on version of Raffles" 

He paid a * a 

British producer Jimmy 
Woolf flew In lo show lo.'. 

• OUvler prize package. "Room al the 
»de with Top " Starring l.aoreore Mar- 
t finishes Heather Bears and Sim 

In Holly Hlgnoret. this is ver-> 

reason I strong ‘‘for adults onlj/' atutr 


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Paul Newman didn't wxnt 
lo star In The Philadel- 
phian." hut likes the finished 
produi I Sometimes srlora 
and aclresse* have to he push- 
ed inifi 1 picture. tJreer t»af- 
son fought against playing 
Mrs .Miniver" 


Ijuiren Rm'sII Is 
land hennelh More 
first picture In L 
"Northwest Frontier. 


PIONKKR I.IRRARY 
The find public library In 
Canada was founded at Mont- 
real In 1796, hut there weia 
murh older private collecliona. 


WE HAVE A 
ZAINIMUM , 
WAM LAW.' 


...AMO 1 ntIMK 
you SMOUkP 
PAV MB WHAT 
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5P*A< UP TO HIM • 

Ha CAM T F'RK YOU 

YOU owe H'W TOO «UCH^ 
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head Injury and s broken arm 

Wednefiav when he was Sight of the week in London: 
dragged along the Avenue of Lady Olivier (Vtvten Leigh) 
Amerirai by a cab. 

Biihop Oxnam and hii wife, All I . TU-pp 
who came to New York from .^11 DUl 1 nrCC 
Washington Dt’ to spend 

Chrislms. with their *on were ndtCPaVCrS 

on their way to lunch. They \ ^ 

had left the rah. but iinknow Oaklands Parent Teacher 

ingly. Oxnam Hosed his over- Association has reinforced Its 
coal In the rab div»r request to city council for 

The taxi siaried up. with the sidewalks, rurba and gutters 
driver unaware of what 

happened When the xehlrle a petition from jn resklenl* of 
itarted to move. Bishop the neighborhood. 

Oxnam was knocked over. His The PTA said in a letter re 
head atruck a curb. He waa reived at City Hall that all but 
unconsHous lor a few mm three of the residents who 
j utes Doctors said his condl- signer! Ihe petition were rale 
I twn was not serious payers 


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c.aiAMAP by UFTING 7H£ 

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RETURN TO NOWAAUIY- 
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MCOtCAL CEMTf*., lAf. 

ANPCTEPONa^UORt'l ' 


Winning Gintract 


mg. dmmond Jack A« North hoped, 
able South interpreted IhU as s call 
and for a spade switch the higher- 
ranking of the side aulls. South 
uitderled the spaiV atw North 
played Ihe king and followed 
overtaken by 


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9 b 4 2 with Ihe queen, 

9 J E S 4 ^ 1 South's see, and a third spade 

g J 4 was cashed to set the • onirscl. 

If^l^T V''T‘ The device used by North Is 

4]0b52 gR4J knitMM a» Ihe •uM prefereore 

9Akl6 9S signal By dlAcardlng or follow ^ 

Ay: Ok Inr suit with an unnereasarlly m r.- 

4 IQ a *AKyE high card, partner Is requested ,,Z\' 

g 3 2 in switch to the higher ranking 
s«R •TO (If) suit, while a low card demands m ".r.-*^ fc 

g A j t 7 the lower ranking suit Great 

9 n J 7 rare must he exercised In the g S'-iJS' w' 

0 A 19 9 ( use of this ooovenfjon to avoid «« ihw« 

4 74 total nllsundersiaodlngi. In ^ 

the hand above. It was obvloua n a^o 

W fWsk M yi^id any trteka for the defence. . S* 

1 0 I ^ 9 ^ * and the diamond queen a^ jiu» 

rmm Paae mO 4# prared to offer declarer an lot- Lw'm 

All P»e mediate dlacard of a kwlnf * 

spade If South had cashed the ^ 

OysMsa )— di ^ 4 spade are. Norths queen 

We«ts quaatlonehle vulnerable would have woo the next trkk 

hut there was now no way for 
Quick at a fUsh North rea South lo regain the lead to 
aoned that East would drop Ihe cash ih# third spade sod Ihe ^ vtrrM 
lone King on »he ope-, ng ksM setting irtfk 
and ha therefore played iho w s— hs«s* aisi n ww • 


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Do-It-Yourself 


Ventilation Answer 
To Condensation 


louvme 


attk: 

VENTOTe 
SO VAPOR 
WILL MOT 
CONOENSE 


The brlDuint poinsettu. a Dr. Adam Sx<vawin»kl wama. 
traditional gKi at this time of "To preser\'e the plants as 
year. Is a aensliive plant and . they come from the florist 
neoda care, provinciaJ botanist | they need a warm, moist at- 


mosphere. plenty of light and 
water and an even tempeia- 
lute of 6M to 70 degrees." ha 
said. ‘'Drafts or sudden dM>|ts 
in temperature may cause the 
foliage to fall off " 

Weekly spidicalionA of 


SATHROOM 

ALLOa 

MOISTURE TO 
ESCAPE-USE 
WINDOW OR 
VEMTILATOt 


•y J. BALPH DALZB1.L and 

About this time every win- 

r. rondenaatlnn and the re- P;"* , 

i-ii tabout one pmt) 


perspiring (about L2 latlon with an electric exhaust 
I, dlah washing (about' (an. by open windows, or by 
and ahower baths an ele^iic fan pointed toward 
Unless most an open window. An electric 


On (ihrintiiiap l)av. Too 


LeUers to Santa 


serious trouble and unpleasanl- 
neaa In old and new houses, 
especially In new and tightly 
built ones. To prevent trouble, 
we must understand what 
rauses them and then exercise 
several Important prerautiona. 

An average family of four 
people, living in an ordinary 
h^ute or apartment, may add 
much as E's gaflona. or 
about SO pounds, of moisture 
Vapor (Invisible water in the 
sir* lo the air in their home 
every day. 

Moisture vapor cornea from 
rooking (about five pintsi, 
drying of wet rlothes or linens 
(about 26 pints), sulomatic 
clothes washers (about five 
pints, four people breathing 


KITCHEN 


of to the outside, it may cause 
interior dampness. 

During winter moniha. even 
in mild climates, surfacra of 
windows, doors, walla, floors, 
ceilings and roofs are quite 
likely lo have s lower lem- 
pcralure than the moisture- 
laden interior air. 

When warm and humid air 
comes In contact with a cooler 
surface, much of the moisture 
vapor condenses, as can he 
nolit'ed In a bathroom, and 
causes dampness. This Is un- 
healthiui and tends to injure 
furniture, appllam-es. struc 
tural parts of buildings, and 
the like. 

Open windows and doors 
several times a day to disp<»ae 
of the troublesome vapor hut 
only a.s a last resort. To pre- 
vent condensation in attic 
spares, install eave venta and 
at least two roof louvres to 
bring about natural ventiia 
lion and remove the vapor 
before it ran cause trouble 

To prevent condensation In 
your bathroom and adjacent 
arras. IrwtaU a window ventl 
latnr to open after every bath 
or shower. Otherwise, open 
the window. 

To prevent condensation (as 
well as to remove grease and 


If the plant was chilled during 
delivery it may wilt In the 
w arm air of a house. 

"Such a plant should be 

watcirri Immertiairly with 
water as liot a.v the hand can 
^tand In 30 mlnutea it will 
Two young Victoria <-hlldren Mrs Bird said last night And be brisk and sturdy again.* 
who wrote Santa Claus asking when the family returned Dr. Stc/.aw'in8kl said 
lor the return of a l.Vmonth- hnme. the chlldien opened (’ui poln.-eitia should be 
old German Shepherd which Kurt *, present under the tree Kept in deep. «-or»l watei m a 
strayed from (heir home Tues and fed him dog biscuits. loom where they get plenty 

day. found their pel on Christ- "It really made the day.” jreah air. 
mas Da> the mother vaid. They <an be rejuvenated by 

1 utling the ends off the stems 
and burning the cut portion 
with a flame or boiling water, 
then leaving them overnlghl In 
a bath of cool water. 


EXHAUST PAN 
REMOVES 
HUMIDITY AND 
CREASE 


WINDOW 


LAUNDRY 
ELIMINATE 
DAMPNESS BY 
PREOUENT 
VENTILATION 


Santa’s letter from LesBe 
and Kathy Bird, six and three 
respectively, of 1159 Wych 
bury, was published in TTie 
Dally Colonist, and someone 
telephoned the family ChiUd- 
mss Day that Craydon's Kurt 
had been seen at (he naval 
dockyard. 

Family and dog were re- 
united after s quirk searrh of 
the area Four Italians viKited KHyear 

"Kurt went cra/y with joy old Charles Longe at Veteran.**' 
when the children found him," Hospital lo make him "ver> 

happy” during the Christmas 

Exam Results He was also visited by army 

and navw personnel and the 

Out Saturday ’ 

t- , r The ailing lyginn member. 

Jun of the (^hristmaa holi p^^t Albeint. 

days ends for Victoria ( oliege ,,,,red a lonely Chrlatmas 
•tudenta when mld-lerm exam becs»,„ he had no one to talk 
results mark return ro classes his native Italian. 

Prof. R. T. Wallace, vice- had a fine Tiec. 25 artd 

pi inctpal. said here yesterday would like the visitors to re- 
names of first-class srudenrs member him on other days, a 
will he announced on S^tur 


Ailing Italian 
Says Thanks 
To Visitors 


ANTHES 

Automatic Heating 


llv» 

TWO-TOVB 

r «BisrT 
aaitosis 
fbrr 


ftineere New Year’s 
greetings and good 
wishes lo oar many 
friends and neighbors. 
Here’s hoping (hat 
fortune smiles on you 
Ihroughout (he year. 


T«>« M'int* 

•IterM Of "f nandit-ltt ANTHia 
iji S«» att* I • rOffn-W* uBlII 
Umi iiitiii hf«u nuBiMtti** sad 
OrcuUU* •srn sit V*s(« si 
trsut>l«-tr*r *in(*r rAcnfstt Writs 
sr «st] fsr fntdrr 


smokei from the kitchen snd rarltament ifperii 
adjacent areas, install an elec 

trie exhaust fan. It will do a -m ml 

better Job than several open MM 1 

"T^prcvenl dampness In a JDQV ItU 
basement. Improve the ventl- , 7 


SHFET 

MKTAL 




Mclntyrs A Mardlnf 

GRAV-El. CO. LTD. 

GR 9-4414 Cordova Bay Rd. 


ho.splUl spokesman said last 
night. 


Let your 

HOUSEWARMER 

care for your 

mHEATim WORRIES! 


END OF YEAR 


Junior "MLAs" were sharply Throne Speech by ihe lieu The young parllamentarisnt. 
critical of the public attitude tenant governor, its adoption ranging from 16 to 21 years 
toward youth at opening sea was moved by Permler Don old. are elected by church 
•iona of Ihe J8ih annual B.C. Roberts of Vancouver and groups, school clubs snd 
Older Boys' Parliament In the seconded by opposition leader YMCA groups. The session 
Legislative Buildings last John Gordon. Debate followed, will last (our days, 
night 

Several speakers In the de jn |||^ DoilghnuU 

bate following reading of the ^ 

Throne Speech harped on the 
fad (hat the public la prone 
to Judge today's youth by 
headlines reporting Juvenile 
delinquency, while It virtually 
Ignores activities of teen- 
agers trying to lead a life of 
service to (heir community. 

High on the Hat of business 
at this year’s session la s Pub- 
lic Relations Act lo improve 
public understanding of boys' 
parliamentary activities. 

At R p.m the parliament's 
lieutenant-governor. Dr. E. N. 

C McAmnwnd of Vancouver, 
was escorted In the chamber 
b> a guard of honor composed said Saturday, 
of an ROMP officer, a kilted pr. j«rnes 
piper, four YMt.’A members of the 

snd Sergeant at Arma Paul ment at the 
Marley of Vancouver. Iowa, based ih 

Following reading of the latest Inl 


Openings Found 
In Space Rays 


ENJOY **KEEP-FILLED” SERVICE 
WITH HIGHEST QUALITY FUEL 


We pride ourselves on our punrtu»l 
deliveries, our reliable ser\'lee that 
keep* your tank at Ihe right levH 
all aeason long . . • and too. (ve 
bring you fuel-saving tips that 
really give more heat per dollar. 

CAIX YOl'R HOl'SKWAKMER 

EV 2-8247 

FREE 

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HEATING LTD. 

217-625 FORT STREET 

(In the Yarrow Bldg.) 


STEWART <ilTTAR— Keg. »69..V) 
SEKENADER GtlTAR— Reg. $40.00 
YAHAMA raiTAR— Reg, $73.50 


RMPIRR TROMBONR and 
i-ase. *00^^ 

Reg. 

CONN CONQl F.BOR 
TROMBONE • incoo 


\A MONTE AI.TO RAX 

and rase. 90 4 

Reg. $2BS.M ^ I U 

N.M.U TKNOR SAX and 
rase. 990C®® 

Reg. »46a.75 . tOw 


IJIe Insurance on your fuel 
and equipment aeeount 


Street Sweeper 
Driven Wildly 

PATER.SON. N.J. «AP» — 
Because he failed to drive his 
sireet sweeping machine In a 
straight line down North 
Straight Street. Seymour S. 
Rush, 55. was suspended from 
his city Job Friday, Police csid 
that Ru«h ran into a parked 
station wagon. He was cherked 
(or alrohoHc ronsumplinn snd 
found unfit to drive 


Open • Days a Week — Open Friday UnUI 9 pjn. 
m sromi/V. ~ ' w.‘ 


(hvner of Cipaning Firm 


Riimhby 

4ftW Kliit««*r 
Bl l-ftSM 


VlctorU 

ISIS BrMS 

I* l-•lu 


John Hunter McCloy 
Funeral Set Tuesday 


Compliments of the Season | 


of VIcioiia (or 35 ycar.s. He 
was also s mionber of BFX!)iC 
Lodge No. 2. 


Funeral services for John 
Hunler McCloy, 53, who died 
suddenly of s heart attack 
Ftidty morning, will be held 
at 1.30 p.m. on Tuesday iq 
Hayward’s funeral chapel. 

Mrs. Joan McCloy, the 
nJdow, said she called Oak Bay 
police lo her home on 1945 
Bee after she heard her hus- 
band fall to the floor 

Police came at 1130 am. 
and applied artificial respir- 
ation. but Mr. McCloy was 
pronounced dead minutes 
later on arrivai s( Royal Ju- 
liee Hospital. 

He was owner of Mi'Cloy 
Cleantrs, had been a resident 


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Phone EV 2-42W 


SVK YOrR AUTHORIZED O-E DEALER 


1JA>YD G. WOOD 

AMlaUat Branch Manager 


KENNETH J. OAVIH 
Branch MaMfftag DIraetor 


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E of Real i^te Boarda 

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• Raal Citato Brohw* 


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Insurance Agents Ata’n. 


Mr. Eric V. Mwarda, LRMM, orgAiAlat at McCali Brothen' Floral FuneraJ 
Chapel, at the congole of the new Hammond Organ, recently inaUUed by 
the T. EATON Co. Thi* beautiful Irntrument Hnch a fitting aetting In the 
modem V'ictoria chapel, where Hammond has been the choice for over two 
decades, combining reaonant kwely tone with trouUe-frea aerties. 


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Telephone EV 2-7141 or Toll-Free Zenith 6100. 


r^toShoiiat EATON’S 


Clearance — V3 Off Cash 

BMiutliul CMhmrrp sweaier* from Scotland ft- 

E ullovvrs Choose long sleeved cardigans In lustrous 
Mgc or yellow Short sleeved pullovers In white, w 
blue Sizes % to 42 in the group, I'learaiwa 


Cardigans. 


E ATO N'S 

STORE WIDE 


Please, Ho Telephone or Mail Orders 


ONDAY 


o,.,. ... p«. »r.r..n, ........... 

““ "TS'e CEKTIFICATES YOU RECEIVED AT CHRIOTMA8 


Clearance of Imported ^ 

Millinery | 


Vk Price . . Millinery originals 
selling at a fraction of their reg 
uiar price. Buy during the clear- 
ance and save dollart on these 
superbly styled creations. Choose 
from aolells. melustnea. velvets 
and lura. Clearmnce, each 


5 “" to 1 5 ' 


EATON •»— .M 1 1 1 Inery . 

Second Floor 


Vs to y^ Off Regular Prices 


Import Room 


Semi‘ 

Annual 


Clearance 


Dresses and Suits 

A small oollection only at 


Here’s an excellent opportunity lo buy exclusive, one-of- 
a-kind dresses from tlATON’S Import Room ... at 
clearance priest. Lovely dresses in crepe and fine wools 
for daytime and after-five wear. Size* 10 to 18 in group. 

Rrgulariy 60.50 to 250.00 


Vs OFF 


Reppilar Price 


46 


Clearance, each 


Coats and Suits 

A few only nhop early, 
for thcy’ie all 


33 




ttrgular Price 


EATON’S — Import Room, ftriond Floor 


^TSESt wa tf - - - 
NO DELIVERY MONDSY, 
DECEMBER 29TH 

Next Drinrry Will 
TiMHMlay. Orcembrr SOth 

Miss Victoria Shop 

DRESSES 
V2 PRICE 

Choose fUnnrln trolton and silk 
hlcnds in siriiies. che<ks. polka 
dots. Broken ntzr* and 
range in group Regularly H 
to 17N) 

ii:;”"*" 5.97, „ 8.75 

EATON’H— Mian Victoria Shop. 

Hc<'ond Floor 


CiMranca of BlouooOf 
Skirts, Sweater* 

Don't mi.AS the worxJerful buys in this After 
ChmirniiY clcaiancP of blouses. 
skirts. Choose from many attractive 
atylca and colours Broken stxe range, and 
limited quanUlles. ■« shop wiriy. 

<V«rafH^. 2.4T to 9*9 • 

EATON’14 — fiporiawear, Kecoeid Floor 

I MEN'S WEAR 

Dresning Oownn . . . Fine combed cotton 

eiderdown gowns and wool 

rayons snd some Vtyellas. Heg. 6% to 

3.47,0 14.75 

Men’s Khlrta . . Arrow. Tooke. Phylmac. 
EATON’S own in white, stripes and pat- 
terns; in sport styes; checks end ttru>rs. 
some plain shades. Sizes small, 
large and extra large. 14'« to 17W. O QQ 
riearmnce, each t,. 

Car CoaU . . . Assortment of wools, cotton 
and lodan cloth car coats. Limited quantity. 
Broken *t*e range *. off regular price, 

^ — 9.97,0 19.97 

RATON’H— Men's Wear. -Main Floor 


SHOES 


Women's Hhoea 


Cuban or high heel 


S ump« in a variety ot aiyles and ii^lour*, 
iciuding black, brown, blue and red. Sizes 
5 to 9 collectively. C QQ 

Clearmnce. pair W-'JW 

C hildren’s Slu»ea . . . WscK patent strap 
shoes for girls. Fine quality, by a well- 
known Canadian roanuXacturer. NeoUie 
poles. Sizes 9H to 3S- Q QQ 

Clemram-e, pair 

Children’s Overshoes . . . Brown nibber 
overshoes with warm cotton linings and 
shearling collar Strap and buckle at top 
Sizes 9 to 3. Q QQ 

Ckmrmnee. pair 

EATON’H— Family Hh<»e C>nUe. 

Serond Fkwr 

i HOUSEHOLD LINENS 

Flannelette Sheets . . . N1 only. Flannelette 
sheets, llghtwetsht. closely woven in while 
with rone and bine border stripes Single or 
\ bed size. 70”x90'‘. Q QQ 

Clearani'e. Mir 

Wool Blankets . . . Large double bed size 
line quality Menno wool blankets. Miten 
mothp^fed. Light snd warm, satin bound. 
Size i2’’x90’' Limited quantity iC 
CTemnuK-e, each I 0,0 ■ 

Printed Tablecloths . . . Choov from rayon, 
cotton and linen cloths in many colours and 
designs. .Sizes inrlude 52”x52” and S2"x7n" 
Clearance. 4 QA Q AA 

•arh I (o W.99 

F.ATON*?4— Houaela*! linens, 'Tlilrd FWhyt 

CHILDREN'S WEAR ! 

I 

Clearance. Boys’ and CIrla’ Coat Arts 
Half Prire 

Regulah stock reduced to clear Monday . . . 
SO only of these smart coat seta Sizes 4 
to Hx in a good variety of styles and colours 
for boys and girls. Regularly njg lo t7JfL 

8.99,0 13.99 

RATON*R“-Chlldren't Wear, Third Finnr 


Washers asd Oryars 

1 only of each 


STATIONER^ 

Writing Caaea . . . Zipper dosing, b^nd 
leather cases, m tan only. 9 90 

Clearance, each 

Antodex . . . Personalized autodex list flnd^ 
Assorted colours. Q 

Clearam-e. each „ 

Traveinng Paper Cama . . Handy 

with writing paper and envelopes. QQa 
C leararKe. each ^ 

Books . Fiction, non fiction, travel, blog 
raphy and children's books SlightK 

10c,o6.98 


rir™-.-«ch ioc,ob.3» 

KATON’H— HUttofiery. .Main Floor 

Jtwtiltry and Handbags | 

Coatume Jewellery . . - Asaorlment Includes 
sterling silver pins and earrings and ston^ 
set nedtiei.v earrings and Pins. Y^cllow and 
white metal Regularly LOO to 31.W. 

50c ,o 15.75 

leather Handbags . . . Selection includes 
calf Morocco and suede leathers, some are 
leather lined. Brown, black. »■«*• 

n^armnee. each 1 0-64 to 35.30 

Ctock* . . Group Includes alarm, desk and 
mantel clocks In metal cases, also Normandy 
and Westminster chimes in walnut 
Some attractive wall docks In group Re^ 
ularly 4.95 to 59.95- 9 ^7 , 29 97 
Clearance, each fc-H I to I 

rjk TON •»— Clocks, Main Floor 

! Paistt and Picture s j 

Mirror Bet . . Framed mirror snd shelf in 
matching wood. Slight Daws in crystal glaaa 
AvsiUble in mahogany, frultwood aM 

finish 14 95 

Oearance. etch ■ ^ 

Floral Ptrturro . . . Modern grey tone frotw 
or recessed Ivory-colour frames. A QQ 
Oearance, each ^ , . •V'J _ 

Bathroom Mlrrora . . . Crystal bathroom 
mirrors with slight flawa Two sizes 

riearmnce. earh J-*B 

r’xU’’. Clearance, earh J*'*® 

EATONTt— Painta. Second FV»or. 

Furnishings Building 

HARDWARE 

Blow Torch . . . Fropane blow torch with 
fuU size propane cylln^r. poslUve Mf> 
action valve, plated steel burner C QQ 

g AdggxK 


unit. Clearmnre, each , ^ , 

Hacksaw . . . Adjustable steel frame j)Wtol 
gnp handle, complete with bUde. g0Q 

. . SUndard size steel blade 
and hardwood LYhandle. 1 QQ 

Clearance, each . • 

tiarden Hose ... 50 ft plsstlc gaiden how. 
Full halMnch inside diameter, hraas-plalrt 
couplinga. Fits any standard t*P^4 QQ 

Sprinkler and nozzle (Tearanre. each^'W w 
Bosh Pniner . . . All-metal conatnicUon i^h 
easy lever action, overall length about 2^ 
Rubber handle grips 9 QQ 

Oearance. each .... .. . T 

Folding Door . . . Vinyl pUatIc. shape-re aln- 
Ing door with masonite cores, nylon glldM. 
Sixes fiaf’xTR- or 32"%90r. Beige 4 9 QQ 
ortffK Clearance, each I 

EATON’S— Hardware. Ixiwer Main FWor 


^BARGAIN BASEMENT 

W v«-t« . i4.o» .fttu -wiwi ns -uimt- »-u 

^ 4, -1.00 

k ” SSarta . • MiWe fcOMf •»»♦«. vUS t**t 

iM vRUt, re«R> wt. (xaej! iwu-rM Si— 

fl—r-—. -Mb WWW 


V«-t. . M-a» bbiu WOM nb -UU-o- »wu . 

4,«1.00| 

•karta . M-b • MiWb bOMf -towu, vllb tbU 
IM vbUt, re«b> wt. (baeji Si»#* Cg^ k 

■•diita *M ibift IV-bT-a—. -Mb www m 

C-vw-U- . . M-a* a*iu«in«-d bMRMi auip- ^ 

Manas sum M w «« C OQ | 

Ct—raaM, M«b w-ww q 

. . M-a • ail-wal >m 1 i*u laciaSias 
vitb floabU ba*« **4 s«Ui iinias- “eiwr k 

M-lwa euta U slaia ana tliart paiunu u» A QO ■ 
CKKID SIBM 14 U *4 Cl-araaa-. -aah W»WW X 
Law— , Maa* aaklt-UasU aaOae ai^ 

aaMM aaui. aadtaM ••isbi O 1 QQ | 

SMall aiM aalj. O-ataa— W •« S-WW B 

Tr.Mtt-r.' SaustM . . M-a . aa4 ^ 

IM na4Ut»M* aB4 aaUM p»ia«a* ta-rt ao4 acfb 

khifU. CbMM at ribUi »“<» pau-^ “* I 

(abrtaa. ISadia* a»M aaly 1 29 m 4.98 " 

lUaraaM. aa«b S-MW *a ^-ww 

Dr-M Sla«b- . M-n - «aroa saMraiiM 4f-M *U<t» . 

laarUt iaOaf-<l aiUi Mll-b-ll **I>P*» elMlbs I 

MKM uiSala aa4 (Im* paiurm. la •^««« I 
•baa— ai»M M W •» ta STOap C QC 

rUM-l^ **** • J* ' liaab-l-iU yarflaa- lb I 

IIMiT an4 luaT*«l *-'«»• w lansUw at OQr ’ 

1 lA ] tatSa OMraa—, par yarS Www 

DrMMT ti^Sai- MUl -bS* •! Sraptry |af4a4‘ | 

!a rZa 4 -yar«* Cotoaroa aub lUrai I 

•r au4-rBUU4 4MUM Fat atapM- cMbua. 

•u « *i«» llMtaa-i. p«i yarS WWW 

T-a Taa-U CWMb u»a-u at 1 

Whtw ciouDd- aiib ealottraa iirip— g | □□ | 

14 »jr n— aa— w tar I .W V 

(iRbl—btS abMiiai a«fOo« taalivy unaltaebM 

Mifonns m 04 and TJ al40u Fat .bMU Pd*"* 
—Ma. iinms 4fapf» tu yyu ' 

4l••raa^•. pat lata 

-••• Faau ail-aoW M-Hoa UoUl | 

iTis ribboS bnu oall. .uaj. la br*^ ! 

oai, S.M. ♦ w » 1 .39 w 2.44 

oTrta'sbitU** - Tanaa all aroitac pl«ai» 

la rob at |ra-n BIm* • Sa • 1 1 Q 

lUar-OM. MCb 

CbUStM • a-MUt* tnsliab all oaoi paliar-ti W 

paturiw alia baiw* aboaldara U> tad Ww 

I M Star 'mm, ». 4 aad l 0.29 

I m eh 

Sait’ Faau . AU-aool Oaaaol pabU »•«> **"2 
, ala-ua baa« Wii oa Ifoai lb «t*? aa« 4 AQ 
— — I la 4 n—raao*. pair ■ -Ww 

1 s^ur* A»-*aal -W— 1 m. V-aaaK .lyU 

r-Mi-r. ta aaSU .tiiab pauam Wlna. ^ ^ 

, stMO SlMa I. 4 ab4 • 1,99 

I alT.^i-iu*^ ou ua bMU ailb laa ba^« 
Sr iap IHarSy paaaa palM aa4 h-l. lot loi^ -oar 
1 r^^troas iliUb 4a*a MM.ua«4iaa 5.49 

aiaM 1 U I rUaraac-. pair 

Mack rabbet *1U» ralnfareM ^ -Ta 

I b—l* Ta«U» aioM II. U *»4 U oaly O QO 

fUaraae-. pa» 

tJ.-4 a-t. - Cana4U«--a4* P*"'-— 

I 3i9 

4>-ar»a—. pair 

k M..-a aiiBMt- r^Milat a**ta itfl- Uipp-t- troat 

I JTiu.iuTui. toMM tiyia in m n 

• ronSir. u^.b a* aitv. -US li«t>t 

. OM Ml. and rabbo, boa. Blaw • M U ^^29 

I 'n!!!«.**r-4 Sar* •»"« ea»tan rib btieu 

^ tmall madluM aad latt- O 1 HQ 

I C»-at-a*e ^ 

^ n.. 4 bMrbl-r. . . ChlldroB# aamartal aniaiaJ .nd 
pwwt- bankiM 2 Mg 

k O-araare 

I MbMd aiadeti Stardy and elrMis P**“ *2? 

" «a*-ltr UaUur finuh Ali roand alppet A gQ 

h '*^<>4- utt, -^.b ^:..art.p 

I wa'.r^Tl- .!• ..tb trlnsM .d.M Flam M.4 m at 

^ p<ai ST-b kl-' r-ilaa and Wail A Qfig 

k. rtMf-ae. ^ v'k'*' 

m (•euiai BulOid rmroo oariaini. a ill ' U Wat 
^ Sroon ablM yoUa* 3 33 

noaraa— pan m.mm 

k rkMiu- Sariad- OaMiy lafioS bM*pf*ad» in 

I to^Srand insl* k-d iiM a»b frliisad elt*. tlneal 

N dMlsn Many platn diadM C gQ 

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Auto Acceuories 

'I 

iimt Cover* . . .Custom 
Vinylon seat covert, to III most 1957 and » 
modelg. Canadian and American 4 Q Qy 
tviie cars Clennuue. *el 
Aiiui Mata . . • Heavy, high quaUtj rubber 
mau. fit most cars. In red. 
or blue. P 00 

Clearan«-e. set . , T, 

Cnr Tote . . . Centre arm rest smartly stvled 

with handy utility compartment, 9 QQ 

ClearmtNre. each WaWW 


EATON'S— Auto Aweaaortea, 
l^wer .Main Flour 


CHINA 


e group includeis Jar- ^ ^ ^ mm. ^ 

37 IT ii 4I DRESS GOODS 


Bune China . . . Oearance B^up Inclu^ 
dinner sets, breakfast sets, coftw scU. vasej. 
creams and .sugars. Rcy 3 t»5 ^ 

1.82,0 71.50 

Pottery . . • C1earani*e group includeis Jar 
dmieres. vases and leaf dishes 
75c to 26.95. 974% 19 47 

Clearamei, each U I C to ■ 

C rystal . . . Oearance group include* vases, 
sugars snd creams, perfume bottles, etc. 
Regularly 2.50 to 32,50 a A AC 

1.25,0 16.25 

EATON’H— China, Main Floor. 
Houae Furnishings Building 

DRAPERIES 

mum*;j?d!h uned^dro^* " VsS' 
OU.S patterns and colou^ 

IT™" ' 1 2.95 ,0 37.95 

Waatlc Hhower Curtalna . . And window 
curtain*, attractive patterns. .Shower br- 
uins sbout 70x70. window curtain* ate^ 
27x54 5_49 

. Drai^ry. curtain •nd up 
holstery remnant* and some short lengths 
for cushions. *hort drajir^ **°®**'— 

Ckwran.^, ^arh 50C to 5.W 

RATON’H— Draperle*. He««ood FToor, 
HouM> Furntahlng* Building 

PHARMACY 

Hiiper Anahlat Ruh . . . For relief of arhlng 
muacle* and Jolnis C9 q 

I,linrh**iu'ta''**^^ . Children's 

durable metal wUh thermos bottle A 1 Q 

Clearance, each Tlll-.-ra 

Bath ftpraya • For shampoos, slm^rs 

fits all faucet* CQa 

fTreranrr each WWW 

V A .M ( apmile* . . . Dietary supplement 

of NiUmln* snd mineral* 

*''*EATWi*S Pkarmacy limited. Main Floor 


Pullovers, 14.99 

F.ATON’ S — Kpurtowear. Sr«-ond 

^ Hoftary ind Sceesiorlo* 1 

Ankle Sock* . . . Group include* ny 
ankle sock*. Broken sues and 900 

,ni,hrr in • Hn, wlpcllon ol colour, CQq 

u and* Ifrbution lengths. Shade* of gr^. 
beige, black, brown and gold colour Bi«^^ 
colour and size range. C 4'7 7 QT 

runmniv Dair Ua^t I to • ■ 

pSri C’oliaro ... To add i|iarkle to sweat 
er*. dresM** simulaied jiearl Peter jPiro 
style collars. *alin hacked, 1 90 

Clearance, each , * , 

Women'. Bkinoea . . Choose love y sty^e 
from thi* colleilion of blouM»*. Jewelled. 
Bk'oop and V neckline* in the ^uup 
sizes and colours. 9 QC Q nn 

Clearani'e. each m p-HV 

RATON’H— An eoMirie*. Mala H«air 


flxcellenl sritctlon of fabrics clearing from 
regular stock. For dre**e*. -ktrta. He, 
Choose from printed allks. rayon, tweej^ 
cotton, woola. In check*, ilnpe*. knit^ 
effect. Shop oarly for best selntion. 36 . 

45" and 54" width* ftQr . 4 95 

per yd 03C to 

EATON’H— Dfeaa tkiod*. Third Hoor 

HOUSEWARES ^ 

-Duro" Ware . , . Bread boxes and canuuens. 
Canister Seta 4 99 

Clearance, set 

Bread Boxe* A QQ 7 QQ 

Clearance, each ■Bawwand • -wbr 

Dtahtwn . . . Choose square or round i I.ihjic 
dUhpan 000 

elegance, each 

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- Cadets Get a Preview . - • While At Royal Roads 

SERVICE of Their CHOICE 


C ADETS from Royal Road% Tri-Senic*s CoIlrR**. 

during thrir tour there, have to make up their 
mindu what branch of the service they prefer. 

Some Uhe It hot wHh RCAF )et inleireptor 
nirhtert or the trig, new Nrpfuhe anil lubmartne 
aircraft; aome Uke li coW-*wnh the navy. And others 
like It “In the pot." with the army** armored corps or one 

or other of me permanent battahona 

Recently cadets got their ftnrf ^ ^ 

RCAK Neptune, now at Comox base, an 
killer we^^ designed to luprrmJe the war iesied but 

^^TTv^N^une^sttU on the classified list as far as 
performance and equipment Ls concern^, to a far 
p^tcal a^raft than the old iJincaster Its * 
Gained airplarw. whereas the Lancaster was a fo^ 
Aild^il to more comforUblo. more ell^’Hve In 
although this is unoffkdal. has a wider range. Of course 
it has the very latest submarine hunting gear. 

The cadets were impressed. 

While their classmates were at Comox. an*>lher group 
of Poval Roads gentlemen was at the 
camp a! ChUllwack. RC. and the third at the US. Navy's 

big yard at Bremerton. Wash. .s^u.r 

* Roval Roads, by the wa>, to only one of 
Canadton mlliUry college* The othert are at 
Onin formerly the army offire.s training school and at 

"Thi^ Swto am not to be confused with HMCS 
Venture, where cadets are sirlctly navy bound. 





thme- tike H raid . at BremerUm. aboard I Mlaa^. 
look aver the deck -here 

•urreitdered ta the AlUe*. emllng the World War. 





Some like H ho* . . . Fit f.L O. W. Co* explains the Neptune to Cadets F. M. Burknum, 
G. W. Brown and M. W’. Cavanaugh. 


UTION 


RESO 

O F all mentol pleasures, the keenest, the most 
subtle is to be felt when some mi.Hguided friend 
offers you a rigaret and you are in a position to 
refuse. Slowly, sternly, you pull yourself up to your 
full height, eyeing him seomfully. “No. thanks, 
you murmur haughtily, "I'xe given up the filthy 
habit.* 


At this point a eondescend 
Ing sniff to quite in order. The 
poor fellow will blush, slammer 
and finally pop the thing Into 
hto mouth, probably lighting 
the cork end In his agliation. 

You have won a moral vie 
lory and now you can afford to 
be big. Try to help him break 
the habit. Mention how strong 
willed you are and how much 
better you feel since you gave 
them up. Now it the psycho- 
logical moment to strike him 
on the back not only will Ihlt 
demoastrale the strength to hr 
acquired by clean living hut 
will make him cough and drop 
the nasty thing. It wasn't lo 
Ing him any good. an> way- 
point out that he car. build up 
a new life for himself, free 
from the nightmare that 
haunts the cigaret addict no 
fags, and sU the stores cl<Mnl 

The first thing that most 
people do when they lake the 
plunge is to read one of the 
nxany hooks that have twen 
written on the subject. Ba.si 

16 (Calanitfl 

8l'NDA%'. DKC . tS. 19011 


rally these tomes are sound, 
put out by men who want to 
spread the good word, but they 
have one weakness. The 
tuthor*. you will observe 
have all smoked steadily for 
about 30 years before slum 
bling on a method of quitting 
This means that they have only 
given up dozen*, nay scores ol 
limes and In all modesty, I 
ihlnk I can call myself an ex 
pert. It stand.* to reason that 
you will be further ahead to 
lake my advice and stop wast- 
ing your money on these books. 

I,et us examine some of the 
method mcKt populsnly used 
to pltmmaie the urge. First 
there to the medicinal ap 
pmach. A bottle of pills or 
liquid to be obtained from the 
drug store, together with an 
eiicouiaglng lliTle pamphlet on 
how they will remove the over 
powering desire for a drag on 
a fag. No doubt this approach 
w.uk-s in some cases, but my 
own experience with U was un 
fortunate. 1 bought a bottle of 
this elixir and according to 
the directions, when I felt the 
m'ed for a dgaret. I was to 


•y JOHN WINDSOR 

counter It by painting my 
tongue with the stuff. Small 
brush was provided with each 
bottle. At first It was some- 
what embarrassing, especially 
In crowded restaurants, when 
others sighed contentedly snd 
lighted up. I had to get nut the 
little bottle and proceed to do 
a paint job on my taste buds. 
However, after a time. I be- 
came quite use<l to it and I 
must admit that it worked. 
After a short lime. 1 could look 
a cigarel coldly in the eye with- 
out flinching and by the end of 
a week they had no plai'e in 
my scheme of things. It was 
only after 1 had broken this 
habit which had haunted me 
tor years, that I realized that 
all was not quite as it should 
he. Every hour or so. I would 
have an overwhelming desire 
oh. not. not for a cigarci. 
but to pull cut the lillle bi>itle 
and (k) a spot of whal you 
might call interior d(^'<)r.«ung. 
Delieve me. I was woiru-d. but 
d frantic telegram to the 
manufacturer brought me 
word that there wd-^ a 
omidy Every lime the 
new urge hil me. I had to light 
up a cigaret. Within a mnnih. 
by smoking a couple of packs 
a day. 1 was able to throw the 
bottle out Don't let me dis- 
courage you now, but I'm try- 
ing to give you the facts. 



PAny coLONmm^Aim 


VICTORIA. B.C., SI NDAY. DEX KMBKR 2g. 1058 


New Yeor's fve 0 / 1565, Moyor Tom Harris rode along Fort Street wishing tbe cijzens 
happiness and prosperity in 1866. Photographer J. C. Dally took this picture wit -- (he 
usual "dark room tent" beside the camera. He was probably Victoria's first news phofogr j . 










Pages of the Pasf 


V KTORIA. on th# eve ol*New Yeor, » ye*r» 
(go, wM proud of it» jrowth ^nd the 
promlie of proipertiy. « i . . 

The BrttUh Cotonlet. Amor dr Comrbo* plo* 
i>fKi newepeper. puWlehed to thl* <toy bin under 
Iht title The Deily CoJonlst. took every oppor- 
funHy to indicate the advance* iou«rd» maturity. 
For U must be reanembered that half a dozen 
years before the place was Ultle more than a 
stockaded trading poet of the Hudaon's Bay Com* 


For Inalance, In the lasue o# Dec. 28 The 
Utiie four page newspaper ot«*rved the prof revs 
Of the new '■engine house.' brljjg 
View and Wharf Streets, which would house 
Victoria's firefighting equipment, manned by the 
vclunteer companies already formed. Founda- 
t>on« and waUs Aere being erected. ' • 

This was to he a two-storey building. 65 by 
2P feet which would accommodate two pumping 
engines and a hook and ladder apparatus, -^e 
second floor would provide a Urge hall for the 
use of the fire companies. 

Above alJ would rtae a cupola, housing the 

gieat alarm hell ^ ^ 

The bell. In fact, arrived nest day aboard the 
bark Nahamkeag. a fiOVpound monster whose 
strident voice would awaken a slumbering eill* 
trnry in years to come on many an exclUng and 
dangerous occasion. 

John Wright was the architect. 

« ♦ a 

THE PAPER announced that same day that 
John D Carroll should shorUy erect a two-sforey, 
flreprool building, of brick, on Yatee Sjfeet. 

Weheier A Company's handsome Iwo-slorey 
block, probably on Wharf -«;treet. was rapidly 
neaiing completion. 

Moreover, a Mr Nereydben. was ambitiously 
planning a theatre for a Broad and View Street 
localion. which would have a frontage of 120 
fret and a depth of 60. and which would accotm 
mt/daie 800 patrons. On Its second storey would 
be a 60 by 30 foot concert hall. 

Mavbe the pUnner'a optimism waa not out- 
raget'ua for at the little Theatre Royal, on Wharf 
Street the bouse was filled almost every nlfhL 
True. It was often much the same audience, 
night after night, because the blU changed dailv. 
But the prrfomanceo ranged from drama to 
burlesque, from sleighl-of-hand to acrobatics. 


FAMED HMS Ganges and Tribune, two .ships 
^hich made hLstory on this station, were loon 
to y»\\ for '’home," On Dec » the detachments 
cf Royal Marines which each had landed, marched 
liom their James Bay barracfci to embark from 
VktoHa docks for Eaqulmait. 

Not ail the merabers of the companies were 
han'> about leaving. 

There was more than good reason to suspect 
that France was preparing once again for war 
with FJigland 

The army was said t# he enthusiastic at the 
prospect and the FYench navy "In a frenzy” of 
anxiety for combat. 

But these things were too far afield to worry 


VlctorU. 

* e * 

•niE STEAMER Columbia brought neiks 
from Wa.shlngton of disturbing events at Harper's 
Ferry, but The British Cokmtst considered rumors 
rif sliifp within the American I’nion "not im- 
p('i (unt." 

•'A fresh exciirmenl In the vicinity of Har- 
pers Ferry and Charlestown. Vu-lglnU. was 
caused by nimom that a body of 500 men from 
Ohio were marching to rescue John Brown and 
his associate InsurrectlonLsi*. The rumor was 
probably without foundation. 

Troops were concentrating about both 
Charlestown and Harper's Ferry to be in readi- 
ness for any emergency." 

(John Brown, the aboittlonUt martyr, was 
IndeeH In the custody of the Viriginia authorities, 
and was aoon to hang for his part in the raid 
intruded to rouse the country to a war to free 
the slaves Rut it wasn't until 1861 that the 
gun^ ihundere*! around Fort .Sumpter*. 

From Washington. DC came word that ’The 
di M'lution of the rmon is lo be the Democratic 
fi> *n Congress this winter ITie tactics are 
arranging So commercial and cotton ner\es had 
better be prr’pami 

War betwerm the states was (00 fanla.slic a 
Ihtog to be taken seriously by Vklortans. al- 
though feelings already ran high between the 
Norih and South and their lympaihuers. 

The slaver Memphis, with TOO sUves below 
desks, was reporte<i that day to have eluded the 
Riitish patr»»la off the South Alrlcwn coast, to 
rst'aped to sea and shakenr off pursuit. 


2 Bailit (f nlimlid 

Sl'NDAY. DKC. tl. 16U 


DISTANT ALARMS, 
FAINT ECHOES 



BHlMii mmrim^ were going home wWi tkeW aklfw In 1SS6 . . . but la Victoria there were no aiarina, 
ao fear of war wbMi threalewd BrMala and Fraace. 


Victorian* had poliiicaJ ptoblema of their 
owm. 

The indomitable de Cosmos was In the field 
for the legUUllve fight, soon Ic be decided by 
the ballot. He was a candldatr in Vkiorta. But 
he was opposed by the powetfiil govemiaent 
faction, led by Governor James fiougUs himself, 
and on thla occasion wras not destined lo win. 
Later, however, he not oniy won himself a seat In 
the legislative assembly, but 'became premier of 
the province. 

However. In 18M he wa* taking hla himps, 
but fighting bark with vigor 

Opponents were mocking him about his 
name. 

“Wherever aspirants for legislative hoftors 
lack principle." he wrote, "everything is distorted 
lo the utmost to injure a pr'Iiikal opporvent: and 
even falsehood* are manufactured and circulated 
without the least shadow cf truth for their 
tounrtatlon. 

“Because kir de Cosmo* ha.* been brought 
forward a.s a candklate ta rvpie*enl Victoria, the 
brains of several high officials, and particularly 
several candidates, their sympathizers and organ 
iThe Virtt>ria Gaietle. ooon to founder) have 
been racked to discover something in his history 


or politlcoj career which would damage him In 
the eyes of the electofjfe. 

"... To their distorted Imaginations the 
fact that he had his name changed from VVlIllam 
Alexander Smith by the legislature of California 
is taken as evidence of hi* being a citizen of the 
United States and thus di.sfiuaUfied here from 
being a representative." 

He went on at some length explaining that 
American citizenship w.vs not required In Call- 
fomia to obtain a change of name by kpislal^ve 
act; that hla contention was borne oul by legal 
experts in Victoria ihe. quoted Iwn of lhem»: 
and that he was a Canadian, born in Nova Scrdla. 
and a loyal subject of Queen- Victoria whom 
sought to serve. 

a * a 

The New Year's ^son was quinly. if «f- 
ficienlly. celebrated In Vict.-rr..j But there were 
no outstarrding events as In New \\'esiinin*ter. 
where Ihe men at work on the tra'I^ ntjd nads 
around the settlement came to town t<- *ifig 
oul.side the homes of the townspeople atKl de- 
mand largesse. 

This they obtained, for the mr-«t port, in 
liquid form. 

New Westminster's streets rang w»ih iht-ir 
roaring songs until the chill dawn. 


LETTER to the EDITOR 


Dear Sir: A* Vlrtorta is my biilhplaee and 
as 1 have lived most of my TO-tsJd years here, the * 
history of this area Ls of sJIWs'tai tnletvst lo me. so 
1 enjoy the articles in The Islamier from the pena 
of Messrs. Cecil Clark. Sandham Graves and 
James Nesbitt. (irca«k*nally. I «pot an error and, 
when t do. 1 weep. 1 am still weeping over The 
Islander of Dec. 7. 

Mr. N'esbiit 4as incorrect in say ing that David 
Beiasco. Ihe great imprrsarK> of the American 
stage, was born in VW-tona fZdgar Fawvett and 
John Klewin. earlier historuins made the same 
mistake. Mr Betasco. however in his autobi- 
ography sard he wa* born m a basement bedroom 
on Howard Street San Frarwdaco. It Is true he 
lived in Vrctorui during hr* boyhood, first In a 
collage on the south si^ of Yatrs betwreen Com- 
mcrvuii Alley and Wharf Street and afierwaitL* 
on the south vide of Vttw Wiween Douglos and 
Rlanshaid. 

I think Ihe dale "IdlJ'' m Mr S.inrtluim 
Graves' story “t'ndei the Colontsi Towei. was a 
t\pe error and be intetwlcd 11 tv read “1903.” 
However, the ISOS (tie siaited on Store Street and 


nes-er got south of Discovery, but it r.n*t- 

ward between Queens and the — --kir r>f 
Pembroke lo BJanshard. The big l»ie- «f YAH 
started near the comer of H<ualil . -vI Stc ro 
streets, swept ea>irwan1 b«*lwt-<>n H<ti;ld and 
Pioneer mow North P;«rk' uii the «u*h. arid 
Chatham. Caledonia and (kciMi on the rir ith fide, 
aix! *lop|»ed ot Vancoiiver Siteel. 

Mr. Graves' menfjon of burner Coh-n.fci em- 
ployees brings hack mem(»ries. Back in I'.st’ a* a 
night telegraph me -senger and emht » u n. \v ••[ .if>cr 
reporter who nev'‘»' burst his c<H..«»n \ n.gi.ily 
until Ihe ••#>” sheet came Ihtmigh. nslr the (.Id 
Colonist ’• of a mile-per hour eiev ,«ictt to tru third 
floor, throe • «m, ill • roomed ent'er’*! r-« tiiary*- 
where Georg* Derr-y (afieiwiitdv AP n;nn m 
St Petersburg at the si^rt of lite ii-VtduiHm ’ held 
dc.-An Ihe cuy desk; A G. nsiublid as 

.pro*'fre«der ard : thitk-n 

Smith 'alicmardi • .wresiwualeni fr-r N«w Yi-ik 
Sun during Ihe WMie ihe 

f»r*l >»ioiy of the wk of CP\ Company 1 
steamer- I*lar*der G -vl men; «. nG-s 

ROBERT D. MecLACill AN. 



Box 9(V3. Victoria. 



1 akr©f»^ True Life Adventures 

6CHOOU OF HARD KNOCKS. 

BOPiE« Of^ KIN^ PENGUINS 

>jZE A,VNKWAJgD TO MAUL- OVER THE ROUkdH 
ANt? ROOKV TEBRAIH THE*V INHABIT. 

FAU-6 ARE |FRE<3UeNT. 


By RCA LAMPRECHT 


SCHOOL’S CHILD’S PLAY 


BIMII.ARLV. at the Prospect Lake play group 
next day Mrs. Schulze subtly reinforced her motto 
*’ihi'nk. then act" as she banded out folded squares 
of paper marked for cutting with blunt tipped 
sosMus. Her group of bdys was reminded that 
If they cut along the lines she had made, then 
c|>ertc(i the paper out. they would have a lacy 
patterned design. If they cut higgledy-piggledy 
tiw-rr would be nothing a lot of acrapa. 

After what seemed an incredibly long tim* 
to an adult, all the papers were cut. opened out. 
colored, and pasted into individual scrapbooks. 
Other manual work Includes play with tinker 
U'vs, Interlocking brirics. plasticine and finder- 
painting. 

Frequently Mrs. Schulz* chooses a subject 
and talks about it a Httie cver^- day for a couple 
cf weeks -KubJecta like teDlng time, night and 
day. the seasons, the weather, countries of the 
wntld She has taken her own world globe lo help 
the mile ones grasp the relationship of ope 
country to another. 

And it I* she who direct* the caravan trip 
on the lest school day of each month a visit to a 
t^.kerv. z(»o dairy, factory, museum, fire siaiion. 
cr a train trip m Ihe spring Both boys and girls 
were utterly absorbed during the recent fire sta- 
tion trip, thrilled to «u*e the men slide down the 
jnles between floors and carry oul their drill 
as if there was a fire in their own quarters. 

There la always a helping mother on hand 
to assist in guiding the children’s pUy. At pres- 
ent only eight mothers rotate thla pleasant duly, 
fnr If a mother U tied at home with even smallrr 
children she is not expected to participate as a 

helper. . , 

An onlooker to these pUy groups cannot help 
but admire the slnoerity and earnestness of Ihe 
women who are helping to guide and shape young 
cbtidicn for Ihre* or four mornings every week. 
li »« a responsible Job, and probably no other 
mr>ther has been more actively engaged in play 
schwl work than Mrs. W. W. Mc<jill. of Victoria. 


IT WAS IN IP44 that Mrs. McGill slarted a 
summertime co-op play group at her home. Ih*-n 
on Taftersall Drive, shaping it as an outddor play- 
giound and library. It wa* called "The Children s 
^ (iorden Library" and aimed specifically nt leach- 
ing ciiizenship in Ihe highest sense , of the w**id 
developing a regard for others and expressing 
Itwlf in service lo others. Foumled on the Golden 
Rule, It combined books, music, games, srary- 
trlHng. riramaliration. rhythmics, handwork a'td 
worship in a garden, and sought to develop an 


ROBEY SENT A GIFT 


IN the late 1II50» and Ms 
^ the I alted «(taie* hod oo 
monopoly on the ls»(Oe of 
•Tarrier slanipn, b-sned by 
the mony exprevi aod troo- 
«lt rompooW-o. kor *4 the 
tWiie ut the goU ro n h to the 
( aHboo and tu the Nutds of 
the Kraner. Itaraarifs Rx- 
pres*. iMtitrd id««utar tarrter 
Inhek for atloel'iMent to lei' 
ten. to the r«a*4. 

Thc*-e t(K>h two terms' “F»- 
presK paid" and '■4xpies* <o!- 
leer “ the former printed on 
IhirK p.ip«*r highly glaTrit and 
I'f a deep orange cph*f and the 
l.irter similar in form but on 
gieen p'tper Neiihtr are •om- 
mon u-day the “paid" being 
much ii»e fomrr.riner of the 
Iwn. ofid il*e "•rllnf" de 
< 'iledlv 'The Iiw words 

air en<.i'-4-d ir< a fiarru-work of 
bars with hev* IlnJ er^ds. and 
due lo ihe led Itwat IbrW' 


bbeb iwhieh are actually pri- 
vate stamp*) were printed in 
small panes of 10 or 12. Ihe 
stamps emit be .easily plated; 
that la— if one had enough of 
th4vn. 

They can be found on letters 
with or without stamps, and 
are. of course, much more 
valuable If left on the origi- 
nal envelopes. 

The last one the writer 
owned wa.« sent to him by 
Hiitain's "Prime Minister of 
Mirth " Sir George Robey, wrho 
was also a great philatelist. It 
came to me from Mr Rnbey. 
on the Royal Adelpfti Theatre 
noiepaper and read as fol- 
lows: 

“Dear R. M A 

“Yesterday I picked up thez 
enclosed Rarnard's Express 
label In a shop in the .strand 
and have every Tea«<»n to be- 
Im-vc d 10 be genuine. As it 


Is if little use to me and 
m to you. 1 would lake It 
as favor if you wotikt a^ 
t It with my compjimenta. 

•■Youni sincerely. 

"George Rribey." 
« * « 

ft Wenterw Stamp 
lnrkU-.s.) relates the amusing 
sto ^ of a young man who 
en red a post office and a«ked 
f.*r a sheet of three -rent 
sta ipo. On being handed a 
.<th ( o( me beautiful whuup- 
Jn, Tane *tamp*. lie hesitated, 
St' wd tliera intently, then 
har led thnn back, asked if he 
i have with a tfe- 

sig ofher than storks on them 
a* e .wanted them for mall- 
Irg veddmg Invitatipn* Under 
su. circumstances the 
"st ’♦eenvd in»pf>rnpriale. 

(TDtanitft IS 

\ NOAY. nvx . 28. IfthS 


rm: sta^p pacapt 


These “hakefs" are “naikiag" far the *>tare.’' Tlicy are l,.aura Jean CsMer. - 1 -.s Worley. Owe* 
Kuw, Kooeitwry Barber-Btarkey aad«C-oaMl Asbby. 


facilities made avail* i|i* to all youngsters; bug 
this has not happened [ 'ct. 

However, there a t etght kindergartens con- 
nected with the scfl f board now in operation, 
for which there is no *rge. Lack of sparo and 
teachers limits ati nee to two hours attend- 
ance each day. ever> 1 her week. On* qualified 
teacher directs a gro of 30 five-year olds. foF 
lowing the course of Jdy or program of readl- 
ness for grade nn<i. la' down by the dcpaitment 
of education. Miss lan James and Dr. Harold 
Campbell are credited -"irh starting the first of 
these kindergartens in | ?4?. 

All in all. it doe* :< a* if there is a lainl 
ray of hope for to h s wrorkL *s king a* 
children continue lo * born with malleable per- 
sonaJHies. end mother f continue to want to pro- 
vide the best educat J| they can for them. With 
the right people to ^pe a child's young 

character toda) 's tod- I? may well have a hand 
In engineering a heal ^ r history Ihap the world's 
yet seen. 


awarene^is of God. a love of nature and an appro- 
elation of the beauties round abaut. 


Gertrude McGill w'ss one of the wry first 
women in B.C. to organiac suck a play group 
for little folk, and from her pioneering experiment 
have grown a great number of rooperative play 
groups across Canada. There's na belter way 
of training lo live in a demociacy than by learn- 
ing to live in one. for in the play groups children 
play as equals, or marly equals, ieain to give 
in sometimes in order to he accepted by Ihe other 
children; see how other people experi them ta 
act. Coop groups piovide op|.>crtunlllee for ehll- 
drrn to learn self-disclpHne. order, co-operatlan. 
Ihe whole idea of getting on with other people. 

Mrs. McGill, who is still keenly interested 
and aclivr in her avnrallon. has written a clear 
and charming pamphlet on how »he started her 
Garden Library, the lmi<'rtance of preschool 
iNtining, ami how to oiganlze tuop play groups. 
Her ambition is to see free pre-erhool training 


. Little People Leant to Live Together 

THESE TOTS DISCOVER 


thiaklnR people, incliidinK the 
^ atniKht-ffpeftkinc Dr. Brock Chis- 
holm. sniKHiiice thst hope for the future 
of tomorrow's world lies with todmy's 
ehildreo. it is interestiBR to find out just 
how today's children are beinR prepared 
to meet this mighty chaUenije. 

Since sUU other sulhorlties claim 
foundaiwni for future 

(Jurme a child's first five years. 1 made oppor- 
runltlls to visit the two pre-school pUy 
that are avallahle to the cMidren of J^e 
pect Uke area. Theae are wf 

f^ilve Play Croup, and the Prospect Lake Play 
Group, also run co-operatively. 

rivoneratlve pUy schools sre just what the 
nsm^ mSiIwc co-operate in every way 

they can with an accredited chosen instructor 
S g.v? their own snd other children ex- 

Mifence In preparation for the huflyburly of 

STil^riHe cX. 

and coIkKtuuUy termed. a« 

gartens i the name given by a , 

inMMO to an institution founded b> him * 
to^:^ tr^csUona. need, children throug^ 
playt whk-h require the leadership of a 
teaehiT who has taken further courses in kinder- 
garten work. And they are separate ^aln from 
Nurwry S^-hoola. which care for little children 
from about IH months to 4 years: offering a su^ 
atuute home in material matters; beds. 
faciittiea, a home economist to prepare b^nced 
meaU. and a suitable woman trained under a 
prcaciibed four year course In charge. Nur^ry 
Khools find It necessary to charge about fi\e 
times as much per child as kindergartens do. 
because .>f the extent of their services, while 
kindergartens understandably cost more than co- 
op pUy groups. 

Both the Elk Uke and Proepect Uke 
grou^^ are non profit organUalions. The> cot^ 
K-rutlny oj SocUl W.ttar,. 

Ueencea to operate from Vancouver where the 
[^IT^re and Health and Welfare 
have approved their set up. The of ^ih 

the co-op groups is paid a small monthly 

rental snd heating of the premises, new supplies 
and equipment. 

Mrs Dorothy PhllUpa. at Elk Lake. start<-d 
her work about ten years ago In <^«rdo''* 
to which she walked about a mile and a half each 
way from her home on Santa CUra Avenue^ Seven 
years ago she established the plsy group she mw 
leads In the basement of her own home, handling 
UP to 34 children between the ages of four and 
fix with kindness and poise and the help of Mrs. 
Anne Hallam. 

Aa Mrs. Phillips interprets the i-o operative 
theme, mothers are welcome lo come nnd watch 
but she prefers to handle the instruction of the 
ehildreo herself. Mothers form s regular executive 
to handle all the business of the pUy 
operates Monday. TVeeday. Thursday and m^>. 
from 9.30 lo noon, lokowlng the reguUr school 
terms from September to June ^ 

On s typical morning, chlklnm are rteltvered. 
often three or four to a carload, from 9 W on. and 
aJ)«>wed free play time for an hour. During this 
time, although supervised, the boys and girls play 
St what interests them moat -building s huge 
garage of big wooden blocks snd Intricate park- 
ing of trucks therein; stringing beads: working 
ilgsaw puales; ersyonurg ; rocking dolly to sleep: 
-reading ■ books. Children are encouraged to fin- 
ish Any pro)ect they tUn before Mr*. PhllUpa in- • 
Btigates a general tidy up in preparation for their 
guided play. 

DOROTHY PHIIXIPS. who trained for five 
years in flnglaiKl both at the Salisbury Hc«pi»al 
•nd Wi»ods.vorth Home, and «ucce*sfully com- 
pleted a (K'liinent three week l*BC cour^. is of 
^ firm opinion that dUetpUne In a Utile chlM s 
formative years la all Important. Therefore she 
g,>ntly and fiimly sees that evrrv child helps put 
away the toya they’ve u.sed and cooperates gen 
erslly jvlth the group. 

Soon the ll boys and H girls (there Is a 

XM Cdlcmiiil 

Rl'NUAY. DBC. **. 



Jimmy Tr.v,r. I-lnird tlm blu. i« Md . 
pra-grren boat- 


total enroUment of 24' wore seated about .Mrt. 
Phillips, with Mrs. Hallam at .the oPP;”*’*' 

. w If each had eaten all his or her 

«r.y. bn«h.d 

ckJthe*. Raised hands indicated •yes. and Mra. 

PhilV «pUln-d <° “."L J’*' ' a?' lt^“ 

■dmlt not having accomplished one of Ihe^ 
things a child will do it and thus is set the rnould 
of a good hahlt. unconsciously and painlessly. 

Then, after 84ime finger gam« and 
(With a few quavering solosi the children ra .sed 
MiK ^ncrmln bu. l-rv.n> m.l» *bU^ 
in “Yes. Jesus Loves Me" before continuing their 

activities. 

It might have been the 

T heard next motning when I visHod the Pros 
pect Lake Play Group. In St- .Mtchaet s Churth 
Halt on the West Saanich Road. 

Mrs. Jufta Schulre. who has led the group 
for over a year, weicomea the Incoming i>kes. 
h«]pa with difficult rubbers and t^ia. and en 
Ji^uroges free play for . half hour. T^n^ys are 
quickly and cheerfully put away. 
day's current lucky youngsters on side of 

Mni. Schulze and Mrs Amy Hanson, a help^ 
mother, they form a citrle to 
mornings ’ to the two ladies, followed bv a pray r. 

This group has been operating and co-oper- 
ating for ten years. Nineteen movers were 
preunl at the first meeting, held -it the 
Mn. Alice Doyle, and at which Mrs. W^ W. 
MiV,iU. prime pUy group enihusUst. * J;' „ 

soeaker. It stands to reason that somewhere 
around the same number of children 7***’ 
Utered In this first Prospect Uke PU> L^^P- 
held variousi) In the home of Mrs Agnes Mor- 
rison. first Instructor, the basement ^ a Mrs. 
Miller * home, in the tiny C^md :4hepherd Mimioo 
C hurch on Prospect Uke Road. SU Mtctwels 
Chuich Hall, a private home on ^‘a'cr Uke 
Ro«d. and currently again these da>s m the 

L'hurch Hall. , j r 

Still in their circle, the 20 childien had fun 
acting out a nursery rhyme “Humpiy Dumpiy 
sat on a wall. Huropiy Dumpiy had a great fall. 
AH the king a horses and all the king ^ men 
couldn t put Humpty together again." S.>me of the 
Uitie bo)s wrue very- earnest Indeed a few of the 
glrU betrayed their sex b> a giggle or two. 

THK TKN ROVS then perloim-’d Utile Jack 
Horner larka.Uuucally Mr*. SchuUe urged them 
to act it out. but you 5en.w.»d Iheie were no In^ 
fant thespians among them The ten girU did 
better with Utile Muss MuHet. and <w'reamed con 
vindngly when the spider fnghiemM her away. 

Jutt* Schulre turned to roe for a mon.ent 
and a-Hl softly. ■ It s amazing, at their age. but 


already you can see the little girls acting Uka 
females, and the boys Uke males." 

HER -ATTKNTtO.V returned to her charges, 
With Infinite patience, enthusla.sm and encourage- 
ment. she led the chUdren through the dialogue 
and action of a longish nursery rhyme. The Three 
Little Kilterw. In rehearsal for the Christmas con- 
cert 

Then, with Mrs Hanson at the piano, and Mrs. 
Schulze helping individual children, they beat time 
to the music with various msirumenls for their 
rhythm session. Getting the feel of the beat wasn’t 
easy for some; others were far more Inlerested 
In seeing Just how many iectbels of sound could 
be persuaded out of a tambourine. 

By now it was half past ten. and lime for 
bathroom routine, waidilng and drying hands, and 
a snack. In some cases a child had been given 
enough to provide an adult with a reasonable 
lunch, and others had lunch kits of sweet things, 
but on the whole fruit, milk, plain cookies and 
other aenslble foods prevailed. 

The previous day. at the Elk 1-ake Play 
School. I had noticed a leaning towards rsw car- 
rots. celery, cheese, nuts and raisins, and various 
raw fruii.s during the snack break. The children 
sat at their two long tables while a ctuisen pair 
(the selection rotates, to l«e fbir. and to give every 
N one a chance to learn about serving otherai dis- 
tributed the lunch boxes Mrs. Hallam played a 
record or^ tha regular pla>er, and explained an 
Imported device they're very proud of the magic 
movie mirror, it s called, which plays special 78- 
rpm records. The cone-shaped spindle Is designed 
with faceted mirrors so that the figures on the 
rei-ortis seem I'l move as the record turns. 

After their snack and rest, Jimmie. Eric. 
Carol and IJnda were picked to don aroorks and 
paint, while the rest settled down to their 
creative play with modelling clay. Ordinary poster 
paints are used, and a professional doodle analyst 
would be intrigued to study the results. Eric had 
a large expanse of plain unrelieved royal blue 
on the left side of his paper and w'as busily work- 
ing on a basket weave effect in a pariicularly 
bilious shade of green. 

‘•Whafs that?” I asked I carefully did not 
say “What's that supposed lo be**" as the books 
warn this may wound their feelings i 

HE LOOKED AT ME with a kind smile. “Ifa 
the pea green boat going to sea. This is the sea." 
he explained, pointing lo (he blue 

I nodded wisely and moved on. trying to re- 
member if it was Wynken. Blynken and Nod. or 
Rub-a-dub-dub three men in a tub who put to 
sea In a pea-green boat. 

At one of the tables a bakery shop was in 
progress The children were Joyfully moulding 
a plasticine like mixture into reprevnlatlva 
bread, pies and cookies and giving them to Gw^n. 
the store keeper. At the other table Mrs Phillips 
was holding up numbers and letters and asking 
the children to circle the matching symbol on 
their papers. She explained that this prepares 
them for the alphabet and numbers In the first 
grade, and she is happy If the children leave her 
room knowing how to write their names and 
count from one to nine 

Some days the kiddies play with tpy egg 
beaters In bowU of colored soapy waier, with 
smocks lo pndect their clothes, and on fine days 
the entire group may play outside on the slides 
and swings, or go for a walk. 

The nlghi before my visit had been a windy 
one and Mrs. Phillips asked what the wind had 
done thinking to hear thtfi it had blown the 
leaves down from the trees :: -t she expect* the 
unexpevled. and took It In her s*i W w hen one hoy 
piped up. "It blew a telephone p V dr>w n on a 
lady ' ■ 

A do/en limes she proNed that a play group 
leader nw-ds to be pari actress with a sense of 
timing and the ability to ad Ub a siirfaium to hor 
advantage She remained wiaf|eiried and un 
nifflerl bv outbursts of min^ horsepUy. com 
trarines* and limelight socking, and not omv did 
control pass from her hands. 

After a closing prayer, there was more free 
pUy or listening to a story while waiting to 
be pkked up. and arudher mornings g^*nlle in 
struction In living had seemed Uke child's play 
to these youngsters who wiU he men and women 
in JO >*-af8' lime. 



SLOWLY BUT SURELY 


An Itlandar N«wc Faatur* By CCORGC NICHOLSON 


the public. 


such <q>o«a as thU, Breaker Beach, near BamneW. wUI su.« be arreasiWe as more and more rombt are opened 


the Ishuid w-as 
Harbor on Quat' 
over 50 years to 


Prior to 1957. the only road which 

one from Port Hardy, on the east roast, to 

sino Sound. Thoush only 14 miles long, It 

build, and was completed In 19S5. 

re and Whit Nootka Sound, were con- 
r Co. Ltq.. nc'ied by road. It was built 
np on Nitinat )olnily by the EHk River Tim 
<Md for taking her Co. Ltd., which has large 
1 supplies. It* operations in the Eik River 
e taken out by watershed area, and the Tah- 
kward Nitinal Company Ltd., which ha* 

can now be “ employing 25i) men at 

roads. An ex Supphr* lor 

Sooke Jonlan MuchnlHi are already^ being 
and a private taken In over this ma’d. Em 
hich lead.* In pioyecs of the two companies 
n Lake. Both are also permitted lo u.se it. 
about a year but not until Wime agreement 
I* reached between ihe.se two 
last, Campbell companies and (he provincial 
ASt coast, and government. wlU it be avail- 
tilp at (he head able to the travelling public, 
let. an arm of This road is 45 miles long 


A NOTHKR ACCESS ROAD to the wexi roaai or vmnwuvrr 
^ Island hAH been completed. If is a continuation of MacMilUn 
& RIoedel Ltd.’s lDgi;inK road from Port Albemi to It* Sarita 
Kiver camp, and reaches the open sea at Pachena Bay. atwut four 
milev south nf Bamfleld. 

In thoM* days, when people vacation spots on the we^l chan Lake, 

ring m remote places wanted coast A lour mlle je<'p road tington Lu 

road, they had to be content QQrtneds ii with Bamfield. on which ha* a 

Ith an annual hand-out of a station side of Bam- Lake, use* tl 

■w hundr.sl doHar.s Already, several In personnel 

)• cost of it* residenis i.r Bamfield and port logs, how-eve 

ad perhaps double the ^ ^ over thi 

mount If an elecdon la ^ 

« offmg T^e work was .tow mean.* of Pori RenI 

y a handful of J ?nd communication with the out reached by 

tituents. usmg Picks handful of peuple tension of 

novel*, and po*.«ibly a wheel- Clo-oosc. In case River highw 

arrow or two. TTie emergency, or when the logging roa 

prves the .lifferent commuw coast steamer Is unable from Shaw 

es on Quatstno be- nioKr that call on account were rompli 

Areen which connection is weather, whiidt is fre ago. 

lade by launch. quently the case, they can In Septerr 

With the completion of the travel by launch to the head of River » 
oad to Pachena Bay. the west ygjjjnai Lake, and from there Muchalat to 
oast now has four road out- logging road to Cowi of Muchalai 


passes through the upper 
on of Slraihcona Park, 
quarter of a mile of rock 
rk IB all that la holding up 
pletion of 40 miles of new 
between Spioat l^ke and 
Beach. This will be a 
tinuation of the existtnB 
mi highway and Mints* 
of Highways P. A. Gag- 
announced at Nanaimo 
tly, lo the members of 
Associated Chambers of 
mmerre of Vancouver la- 
that It would be open for 
ffic early this spring. This 
will serv-e Tofino. Lonjf 
, Ucluelet and the sur- 
nding disrrict. 

glnating from Englewood, 
the east «^t and opposite 
Bay. CanadLin Forest 
ucti Ltd has a network 
logging roada extending far 
n the interior of the island, 
the Nimpklsh Lake and 
mpkish River area. They 
-ady reach Wosa and 
mon Lakes, which He Just 
er the dividing range from 
lo* and Tahsis. respec- 


A aimllar network on the 
coast, built by the Tahsta 
pany. extends eastwards, 
ore very long the two 
uld meet, giving Zeballcie 
d Tahsta 'both on the west 
■ road outlets to the pro- 
ed highway extenaion from 
Bay north. 


ANAGRAM 

ANSWERS 

fll COLLATE 
(2l I.ATKKAI. 
(Si ’pastime 

(4) hearti-:n 

(5) ASCRIBE 


(Tolitnitrl 

,SI:M1AV. DEC'. M. IPM 


Pachena Point, site of the fonHiu* Ilghlli'Mi-ie. a new 

rifle shore. 


Here, at 






Panama Passage 


I 



INTO ./» ATLANTIC 


Thte te th« thini And ttm- 
»rtlcte In • wr*> e 
wrHlnn ky C'aplnln Harry 
Kbia«l«>y, B(/<. rrlirrd. who 
ws* • warilnw clr<»<r(>>rr 
eommaDdrr and long tinM 
offWr with the na«y. He 
and Mri. Klng^ley are inak> 
Ing the lel*arely trip to tn- 
ropo by way ot the Panantn. 


►tTIE morning o# the seroad d»y saw ns in sight of the 
1 of Cancae m well m the SH-mile disUnt hilU of 

Venrsiwte to the sooth, but our interest was soon focussed on the 
ootranee to the MttJe town of Willemstad, it being the capital and 
ouly sbaMe plaee in the group of Wands that comprise* the 
Netherl-ids Wc«t tadlea. These are Curacao, Aruba. Bonaire, 


gaba, 81. Kmtatlus and part of St Maarten. 

Oilers were lying at a rather exposed wharf, below a tank 
farm to the west of the citj-. Then came several small. Wthing 
beaches and the smart Piscadera Bay Club, where a visitor may 
comfortably spend a whole luxurious day hi perfect surroundings 
though unfortunately we were not to has’e the time. 


As no doubt most people are 
awsie. Cur»c»«‘ I" ihe place 
w-nw I>w Shell on doe* the 
reltnJng of its product* from 
the Ifarscalbo L «o«t ollfletds. 
and ta^Jien* In gn-at number* 
con*t«nily pass in and out of 
the nnall iwrbor. Other ship- 
ping naiurally use* It for 
bunkers and to give the tour- 
ists • chance to aee this unique 
port — * reminder of Dutch 
colonial dsy« 

Discovered in 14» by the 
Fianlsh It lassed to the Dutch 
In 1634 who hanUhed the gov- 
ernor aful -MO Indians to the 
rrwmUnd. Both the Brfllsh 
and rremh have conquered It. 
the former bring In posseaaion 
from l8hT »•. lb;6 after which 
It wa« finally g*vcn hack to 
llotUrui 

.So m\wh 1. f me history. 

We lay ouifide and walled 
for ■ vaiani berth. 

.‘^n from the vea. Curacao 
Is by no means a typical West 
Indies islarwi but rather « 
bleak I’ace < f h.vnJ rock and 
aaiKi. with lUtle i-r no s-eget* 
tinn arul «evtrai crim looking 
hills, similar to the buttes of 
Montana fhe tk'cp water of 
the narrow hartN>r mouth, and 
the ab^nce of off-lying dan- 
gers were the rea-ons for Its 
alliariion to early navigator*, 
and the basis at the end of the 
narrwvk waterway Ls now a 
vast rt fining area. 

Battered old forts still stand 
on either side of the channel, 
but now there la a new hotel 
beside the governor's mansion 
on the eastern vide, and people 
lying rh(>ul the pool under sun 
umbrellas waved to the ship 

THEKE‘S NO 

We f« nmi that U waa a de^ 
llghtfo. own In whl^ to spend 
a <U> Ta'-I rates were fixed, 
shopkeepers everywhere were 
most obliging and the atmos- 
phere friendly. Being a free 
port, rm-st of the Hems offered 
for sak appeared reUtlvely 
cheap lo uB. but the Dutch 
crew of our ship felt the other 
way about it. ar>d said that for 
them things were cheaper tot 
Holland Meal prices, by the 
menu ('flercit at the AmerlcaiK) 
Hotel, appcarrrt tc he exhorbit 
ant. however, and drink.s 
aermed to be at me flat rale of 
aOr Amertcan lor any kind. 
This worked <‘ut all r^hi ter 
a Planters Punch, which was 
served long and cool, and full 
of fruit ami ke. DeHghtfulI 

Necrocs abound here in 
great numhers am! of every 
shade, and there would aeem 
nt>t to hr any color bar. for 
they ai» all the tame 

av far as we tfukl see. 

The fltwilnp market which la 
enitrely ru£^ by them and In- 
CMlrnially smells to high 
heaven ronsiat* of a number 
of small seboonn* mcs'red be- 
sale a canal bank and aeillng 

4 flolonM 

MNDAY. DKt. tt, 1M» 


as we passed within haiUng 
distance. Dutch colonial houses 
line either side of the duinnel. 
and their varled^?olore«! shades 
lend a moat pleasing aspect to 
the little town. What apf'»‘ar 
to be canal* go off at interval*, 
and you have the effect of sail- 
ing up a river In Holland 

The floating bridge, whiidt 
again is unique in this part of 
the world, wa.se opened for us. 
When a crossing is thu.* ob- 
structed a free'feny service U 
in effect. 

Our ship continued into the 
basin, and after a lot of hack 
ing and filling finally secured 
to a wharf with oiling connec- 
tions. 

Here we got ashore and find 
ing taxis, made for the town. 
The fare was about Si knd the 
distance about a mile. A* luck 
would have it. the cab In hich 
my wife and I were ridini^ 
broke down half w jy and we 
had to walk the re.-*!. The negnj 
driver w-as most up*et._I dare 
say because he thought he 
might lose his licence. »<x1 I 
had to force him to accept half 
the fare 

When we reached the low'n. 
and having crassed the brliige. 
we stopped to shop at one e« 
tablishment — Kelber* The 
owner was most polite and 
helpful, be sent out a man lo 
buy the correct stamps, went 
out of his way to he useful with 
directions, and told us the his- 
tory of his shop and family 
Apparently be had Just ilterrd 
the building, and his m-Kkfn 
plan was frowned upon It ha-i 
to be the same as the re«i. 
Dutch Colontai 

COLOR BAR 

fruit brought over from V-m- 
ezuela. It Is a place to he 
avoided, but the quaint little 
streets w hieh run hkHc into 
the main part of the town sre 
well w'orth a visit. The ladle* 
found It almost impivssible to 
pass by. for this encltanting 
vista of old world shops, with 
bargain price*, is really an un 
fair enticement. 

My wife got her eyeglasses 
fitted jvlth new frames in a 
moat up-toslate establishment, 
where the two Dutch opticians, 
working In an air-conditioned 
atmosphere, showed infinite 
patlence-^even to the point hf 
appearing a trifle alow. 

Photography and shopping 
finally completed, we reccoMed 
the rioatlnf bridge at sunset 
and made for the Americano 
Hotel, where we had arranged 
to meet others of our partv. 
Here we ascended to the bal 
Cony to rrtax over that long 
Planters Punch, already nsen 
tloned. to watch the light* oom 
tng on. the traffic sorting it- 
aelf out. and the sun dipping 
bek'W the western horizon 
The number of motor vehicles 
was surprising ami we must 
have Just been unlucky In ou^ 
fust choM'e of taxi, for the one 
we now took back to the ship 
was a late model Dodge. 



Al Kelber's they were belpfuL 


Oiling completed, we sailed' 
at midnight down the narrow 
Utile harbor It was a lovely 
sight after dark, and the tired 
but happy pojwenger* stayed 
on deck, discussing thefr vari- 
ous purchases, and watching 
this gem of the West Indie* 
rade slowly Into the tropical 
night. 

The next slop win be Eng 
land. 

There are three main pasw 
ages through the ring of 
Inlands that form the Weal 
Indies Reading from west to 
east they are. respectively. 
Windward. Motui and Som- 
brero Channels, and apart 
from weather condlttons m 
the . Atlantic, the Phance* of 
sighting the Atores would de- 
pend upon which of these our 
master now look. 

Another visit lo the cfcait 


ht'u<w confirmed my hopes of 
'v.-mtiiero Channel, and the 
aliyiitly longer .Mercator sail- 
ing (our-ve to England. The 
sht-iter Great Circle course^ 
would have pul us farther * 
north and outside the Azmev 
whilst the route chosen put 
us helwern two of the main 
Lslands. Flores arvj FayaL 

On the second day our. St. 
Cioix and the smaller Itlunds 
o! the Virgin <grou^pr^ere in 
sight tor Aeveral hours :tnd 
once the desolate and n»ck> 
Scmbierc Island lay astern we 
were out in the Atlantic itself, 
and heaving slowly lo a com 
lortahle nor east xwell. 

The only items^of interest 
then for the next week was 
the fact that a persistent hur- 
rkaiu- siiU lay away to the 
north, but It gradual!) faded 
from the scene, and pa.s.smg 


ships and passing shewera 
were all that remained to oo 
cupy our attention. 

U was going to be 14 day* 
from Curacao to I.ivt-rpool and 
we began to look ground for 
something to do. Seventeen 
passengers is nut a gteal num- 
ber. but we had a s)iu(fleb«>ard 
competition befoie the weather 
got too rough, and my wife 
came rway with a i-atr cvf 
sugir tongs, whilst I was the 
winner of a cigaiet lighter. 
We had ilone well out of the 
oompu/>y- 

0..e .ilways thinks of the 
Dutch as being a Ceimanic 
race with blue eye* and fair 
h.sir. but in this ship all but 
two of the officcis could easily 
be mistaken for l.AHn**. They 
also h-ive 4 rather sallow com- 
plexion. not at all aci-idmg to 
my .'lex* of Puichmen. Fer- 
haps fhev have n»*»*n mixed up 
too long In the F-i»-! Indie*. It 
is 1 thought 

Five i.sys before vyfhling ihe 
In-h . we pii«M-cl ihe 
beautiful laland of Floies.'in 
the A/ores, wiih liny and 
volcanic Coivo dimly to 

the nuith; F.iyal. whrie that 
new ..-iland li.TS lalelv been 
making It.s appc.tiarce. lay 
mor than 100 mile* to the 
east and out of sight 

END IN SIGHT 

TTie weather wa* not en- 
tirely clear when llr«t Fknes 
c.ame into sight, and we «rfw It 
only ss a dim outline of high 
land w-iih clouds surmounting 
Its crest, which is 3,HC feet 
■hove -iea level. As we ap- 
proached it began to get 
clearer, however, and soon we 
were feasting our ev(-= f>n a 
most biMutiful view of sirrp 
chfts, rlHing straight out of 
the ocean, clustet-* t-f white 
houses with ifsl if-ofs Just be- 
yond the cliffs valhvs ihat 
were atrrk>*it cHnyon* and rulli- 
vated field* which roM* up Ihe 
hiilsides until they wi-»e loal 
in the cloud* at ihe summit. 
The number of '»tle house* 
quite surprised u* all. Of any 
real harbor theie was no sign 
.It all. but ’here i* one,' » f 
course, for a weekly steamer 
p|ie% -imong the Aroie* and It 
was here that Ihe nrurn and 
wife in iheir seagoing )«ep 
landed after their ci«*«ing ^f 
(he Atlantic 

We p.r-iMv! within a mile or 
-«•> >f the ea.stern point and 
one fishing NuM p^dnted 

A brdliant >anow. imd with 
three men waving -nd holding 
up fish, came close lo the ship. 
A schivol of poi|s>iMs ihen 
took 'vver and sla>ed with u* 
until Cnf-vo was iis4'lf nuiel) 
.1 daiker cloud uisa- ih< h«>ti- 
£on. 

The Wfalher gtis a litite 
cooler amt the iin«Ki« a htile 
J.trker each dav now uni II 
finally one r ght we pu-k oy a 
light na.slu;i| aw a) Ic ttie 
north, and we are almost 
Ihe end of our i*as--.<g«. 



• • • 


Wlshart was a Pioneer 

MASTER of 


Who Never Lived Here " 

the MORISON 


C APT. DAMD DI RHAM WI.SHART never lived 
in Victoria, but he was one of the great 
pioneers of this place. 

Capt. WIsdurt wa* master of the sailing ves- 
sel Norman Morison— one of the Mayflower* of 
British Columbia history. Three tlm*a he brought 
hls vesel here Ih the early 1850*, each time 
crowded with passengers who remained to be- 
come leading citizens. 

Perhap.* Capt. Wishart had plans to remain 
here In his retirement: In any event, he invested 
money here, and lost It. and that may be why he 
never returned to live. 

In any event, when the Norman Mori-on was 
in port. Capt Wlshart was a widely known p«»r- 
sonage m Fort Victoria. 

There are photographs of Capt. and Mis. 
Wishart In the piovincial archive* How they 
reached Ihere is unknown today. Capt Wishart 
must have sent these pictures to friend.*, and In 
due course, tpey reached the public record*. Mn<. 
Wishart a.« far as is known today, wa* never m 
Victoria. Nor is there a picture of The Ntuman 
Morison. Then? must be such a picture some- 
vvhere in existence, and v^ien It turns up it will 
Indeed be a nch historical “find ' 

One of Capt. Wl.shart's great friends in Vic- 
toria wo* Dr. John Sebastian Helmcken. who 
came out. as ship's surgeon, in the Norman Mori- 
ariivlng here in March of 1S50. 

If it had not been for Dr. Helmcken w«e would 
know very little today of Capt. Wi*hart and hls 
voyage* from England around Cope Horn lo 
Fort Victoria. In his old age Dr. Helmcken wr»*ie 
his memoirs and in them are frequent references 
to the captain. 

Dr Helmcken wrote how he made plans to 
.sail for Vancouver Island In the autumn of Ikt9. 
booking hls passage In London 

•Tlic ship was the Norman Morl-^on Capt. 
Wishart. commander. Holland, first oflicer ind 
I had to board her at Cravesvend. arriving there 
somew here in October. 1849 *' 

Capt. Wi.*hart and Dr. Helmcken had their 
trouble* that memorable voyage; There was a 
smallpox epidemic medicines were but little 
used fresh air. diet and cleanliness were the 
means employed. Out of the number stricken 
only one died and he had the confluent variety. 
•Hie number in the ship was about IJO. but not 
mote than 20 took the .smallpox. By the lime 
the ship neared Cape Horn the whole epidemic 
had been w4ped out. No more could take it 

“There was no great scare on board people 
did not lose their sefi.se*. Fortunately the weaiher 
was splendid and warm, so there wa.s not onl> no 
danger, but the grpate.*t benefit from -‘Imping 
thevn all on deck, or under Ihe topgallant fore 
castle. 

'The dead man was buried at sea Capt. 
Wishart n'ading the funeral service." 

Capt Wishart. according to Helmcken. ■ 
sallorman who would stand no nonsense aboard 
hls ship at sea ■Fights happened ogco.-ionallv 
but the captain let them fight It out. Strict disci- 
pline wa* kept on board. Wishart never telr.\e<l 
this he was a commander. Holland wa* not 
much of a sailor or anything else He and 'he 
captain, being so different, the) did not get on 
well together. Wi-shart look charge of the nip 
and no matter how had the weather he woulil re 
main on deck night and day and wa.* always 
rrndy at a moment’s notice” 

s * * 

A*4 THK NiWtMXN MORISON sailed . * 
from (iravevend there was a nesi tragedv, hut 
Capt. Wishart was in command and Ml ‘^a« 
well Helmcken wrote of (hi* event ' An Iivlli 
man with j-oldlers nho.vrd on ’hr- r.ppo-*lie ^.k 
tried to Cl OSS our hrnv in.<tcad of our stern 
Wishart wa* a good sailor and so wa« fhe pilot 
.»rMl the «ame may he sid of thos** In fhe '-‘'er 
ship. They both altered their helm, vo instead of 
our being struck amidships we mme n.*. r 
hnvulside on There wxj a smashing of gi? jer- 
hiead and small <pars on both 'Ide* 1 rccnllefi 
buttoning up my coat to make a spring loi it 
would havi= hee'n easy to jump into the other 
vrscL but forlunaielj both ves^vels *heared f-ff. 
kail* put to right* and off we went acoin »*oi 
much the worse The Mnrison was built of ’eak 
and a verj- siiong ves.scl and by nf> means a l*jd 



CAPT. D. D. WISHART 
. , . ka(t hls nnoneir. 


...ler 10 knots couW l-e got out of her with a 
fiei-ent biee/f." 

Capt Wishaii guided hia ship tbtough 'Wlorm 
and calm, months and months the voyage was: 
"At Cape Hum ir. the winter season! Th» weather 
was beasil) foul winds, fearlui gaU-s. hail 
stoims. a few houis only of daylight «ach day. 
Such sear taavijy. ihopping. iiigrulat ones - 1 
had seen the huge iclicis off the tap< of Good 
Hope, but ih«M chopping seax Wen 10 times 
worse and men darigi-iLiK We tan as far south 
a* we dated, but did nul sie any ice rioatlnp. or 
biTgs. Then w» tan back again to alemt where we 
started from, and sc for many days Rut then 
the wind changed and ih«' xhip was put about. 
The sea* canif *ip of'p«*^it^ directions le that of 
the wind, m that thr> termed a* though they 
would swet-p u« Icom sum to Mein- but the good 
ship riwte to th»m and then wf wdic ml a valley. 

'This went on for sernr hours and was far 
Ian* diingeu-u* than if they had c<*m* astern— 
the wind not teing strong. We luui piecioii* poor 
grub off Cap( Hnin. cf*uld cook but Jitik. I leil 
vou. fiea soup and po'*" weie relished Ihere. arid 
so was poindgr. these temg the chief aiticles of 
diet wHh an occasional hard boded dumpling. 
Ever) thing wa* miwiobJe indeed. One* round 
file Cape, which vse dut ont sight, and Into Ihe 
p.ieific. iheif was soon a very pleasant change 
and with a lair wiikJ wc soon lan Inio warm 
weather ” 

( apt Wi.shuit. on li*a» fi»t»l voyage of the 
Norman Morisoti. fiisl mri Governor Douglas, an 
we read In Hilmrkcn. As soon as convenient. 
L'.-ipt. Wlsharl wmi to ihe Foi -1 and tot'k me with 
hun. r thought the 'bastions at a oistanee were 
‘dovecotes' Their was nothing ei.*-r to he seen 
save land. wat»r. c.inio-s anti Indian* 1 frll Into 
the charge of Di. Brosr.n. whilst Wishart saw 
Mr. Dmgla*. th« end of hi* (onfah nemg ihat Ihe 
ship and crew wcic to br corisiderrci in quaran- 
line until rv*f\fifn bad wa.vhci! and s<-rubhe»l all 
their lielonglnp* unc i..err.M ivrs 

* E:ver)om * tloihj-s. tn the Fort k>ok«} seedy 
when comi.;ti*d ic the- •spialr's and mine, for 
we had, fiLrciit«a dii'^ro. ii-*pectei'l'* for the oc- 
ca'ion. but alihti.gh the- clothes were net fash- 
ionable the «» 'fcrs lorsrtl Mrcnf hesbbv arlive 
^^-d ^ VI who koked a sfeven 

with H pa<r <-f Maboois un part of ins irouM-rs 


By 

JAMES R. NESBITT 


being within them M 
ble, but he improved 

CapL W'lshart and 
days exploring the 
“Capt. Wishart and I 
destined to become a ! 
neither of us thought 
yet neither of us thoui 
Constance Cove. 

“All arourxl J < 
musk orange and sp : l 
little wind reached In | 
est* of pine between 
tercepied it- in fact, f 
space, even coming as 
T>ius the climate w ■ 
breezes having no a . 
allow the sheltering f • 
thought. If removed. 1 
not be sufficiently- 
that the protecting ; 
Wishart and I used 1 
and enjoyed It he ha I 
sometimes would met- 
I was timid. But 
way. Ben-son was too i 

V 


' Douglas was coldly atla- 
I vastly on acquatniance.** 

! Helmci^ea spent Mime 
ntiy around the Foit: 

’ Bnquimali to tw 
> - important place, but 
n)tlung af Vlciorxa. and 
of a^iptylng for land in 

Bay, rose*, rtsl rurtani. 
grew In shundatKe^veiy 
com tive aea be**uvise tor* 
e harbor and (he sea tiv 
c ■ St surT'iuiKied the whol* 
Jlose as Cormorint Street, 
d^cloua, the cold xe* 
Mr. Dougtas would not 
:s to be cut down, as he 
harbor of Victoria would 
•d. We o'ten wish now 
'ts stood (here «tiB. 
ravel over thc»e grounds 
no bump of locality. We 
Indian or two. of w horn 
never bothered us In any 
' to walk much.” 


Dr. Helmcken t •_ how Capt. Wlehart nv 
vested money here; e officers of the Fort 
formed a company t .put up a sawmill at ihe 
lagoon. Wishart bro jht U out. but having built 
It In England where i|had been used for cutting 
hardwood for ships w {. ■ small gang of kaws, it 
wa* not very suitable ■ 1 moreover no one knew 

how to put it up , > : ly, and unfortunately one 
of the cast iron uprig i got broke. McKay took 
charge of the mill, at . Its erection for a time 
and then Parker had If hut it was a failure If it 
had been suitable a ^ worked well, we should 
hove made more mo jy. for lumber sold at $40 
per 1.000 feet. 

“1 sold out to ' Finlayson for £100 (he 
price of my shares— tlsnting the money far my 
marriage. A few we , after the mdt burned 
down. Elnlayson afterwards lo twit me 

about the luck of | "ing msrried.-he never 
forgot It. He. Pern if on. McKay. Wishart end 
the rest lost their • ey— they never attempied 
to put up another ” 

We may well the happy reunion be* 

tween Dr. Helmcken- ' Capt Wishart on the 
two subsequent voy i to Victoria of the Not- 
man Morison. late m 1 and again in January 
of 1853. 

From Roben Me l - who made the 1853 53 
voyage, we Irani furt^ about Capt Wisbart and 
hls voyages here. 

Melrose tells of ([ captain'a trials in trying 
for a landfall off V uvet Island; 

“Jan. 10. 1B5.3 | led Cape FUllery «tw! 
Vancouver’s Inland. arly struck ngaln*t the 
'rocks at evening. 

“Jan. 11- Dodginh about the mouth of the 
sound. wPh close topsails. Ne.-irly rtrur-fc 

in morning. 

“Jan. 12 Wet (L>{ driven out lo sea. «lghied 
Vancouver’s Iskind in, evening. 

“Jan. 13 Strong i le. driven out to *e# again 
with dose reefed 'to * 

“Jan. 14 — Came . the mouth of (hr sound, 
evening, all hands* Jdet-k to guard ag;*m«t the 
rocks. 

“Jan. 15 Fine sailed up the sound ^e^y 
slow. 

“Jan. 16— Cast a ' or in the Royal Bay Saw 
the Indians in their ! - (he first time” 

Melrose tells ho < the captain had a child 
named after him a ship “A child born to 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Person, who are aboard 
*Mrs. Anderson's Id baptized, after Capt. 
Wishart. and ship N Morlaon.” 

This child Mas a rl and her full name was 
Eliza Norman Morri . Wishart Arwler-ion. -she 
married a Mr Lvall Victoria and died here in 
August of 1926. a ft Jays short of her '4th 
birthday. 

Capt. W'ishart's r- me Is preserved ♦(#.lay in 
Wishart Peninsula utlej Chsr>»»ei ^imca-m 
Sound, on the tralnh. roast north of V»’h-ou- 
vrr 

And who was N ' Moriaeo* Th«*t i* an- 
other of the iniiigti questloas af our hivory. 

fiiU8 Gtiimrttd 13 

J’NDAT. DRT ». 









Thermopylae Re-Born 


N o. THK MOOEt- to not fwninln^— thoufh It 
ina> ollm be referred to es "ahe"— nor doe* 

It repretent tomethm* native to British Colum- 
b 4 ». yet had there been no centennial celebration* 
ther- would have been no model, and "vo need 
eventuallv to tifvd a home for something far too 
toNiutirul to be dlsmantlrd and cast aside once 
the celebrations were over. 

It all tegan when at the April meeting of 
the Thermopylae <?Iuh-the club for '•those Inter- 
ested in shlpa and the sea ' when someone said. ^ 
-What are we going to do to help in the cen- 
tennial celehraikma? ’ 

After discussion It was decided to enter In 
the parade a float carrying a replica in miniature 
of the clipper ship •fl^r which the club was 
named. 

With this decision the group (whoee presi- 
dent u know* as alupper. secretary as pun« 
and whoce member* address one another as ship- 
mate' f*nh*rlied on a project whose end was to 
be more distant and permanent than they then 
foresaw 

Shipmate Bob DaHaway, well known for hi* 
work with iThief Mungo Martin at Thonderblrd 
Park was first on hi* feet with an offer to make 
thP hull and maata. Then Ourlie Johnson, 
former skipper of the club. said. "You and I can 
ne her. Jack.- to whkh Skipper J. B. White 
wHIIngly agreed. 

PinaUy. *ct» By four of the veteran mem- 
ber* all eaoaiftng ship ir*‘n and all over 70 yvar* 
of sge. co^Jperated in th'- work and produced a 
mare of rope* which a landsman might think 
would need a magician tu r»i.*e sail with. 

With only five week* to go before the parade 
ag speed had to bo made Within 10 day* Boh 
had fulfilled bis p*n and then lor three weeks 
skipper White, shipmate* Charlie Johnson and 
Don CampheM and Cook" Jones labored Jor long 
hours in the depths of a ship chandlery on the 
waterfront to grt the model at least presentable 
fw the parade. Often they were viflied by *hJp- 
mate Captain Bllton who. nearly 70 year* ago 
when the»e others were »cartely achooJboy*. had 
been an apprentice on this very ship, and •© the 
authenticity of the model was assured. Purser C. 
Tapping was also often on deck, and many others 
helped in the work. 

There was. for Inatanee. the young Cemion 
who helped with the painting duHng the last hw 
rled day*, the "friend of a friend" who carved 
the figurehead of King Leonidas, heroic defender 
t>( the Pa** of Thermopylae so many year* ago. 
and others. 

BY MAY 17 thto replica of the great, old day* 
of sail, whose iWoot huU and eight foot masts 
mak» her prebaMy the large*! scale model on the 
e ta*' was ready to be put on the float and on 
Ma> If she Joined the htotoricaj section of the 
great ceniennial parade. On her side wa* a 
jKiater bearing the information that «hU ship 
hid traded brtween Victoria and the Orient from 
l«n tm 1W5, while on the front, to the quiet Jqy 
of her makers, was the banner "first prize!" 
dl*pl*vrd in the window of a city deparmnent 
di>pla>e<t In the widni'W of a city department 
*1 lie amt here she was seen by thousands. But 
hei msker* espedaUy the four old. true 
•sallnrs were not iiatl*fied In fart they were 
acutely emharrmaacd for they knew that in the 
hutt^ piepar* for the parade some question- 
able me'hwts of r'.gg.ng had been used: and al 
though *hc looked all right to the general publW. 
an> - who had been in sail would spot the 
m*ke*.'hifta Braides that, so many detail* were 

ml-'ing 

Atvl «ri the Idea grew to get her into proper 
order and ai*o to see whethei the Sea Cadets 
wiMtIil find her uaefol In their tiuining "nie an 
swer to thi* inquiry waa. of c<mr*i?, ' Yf'f." And 
v»»' t).e nW crew of tour-plus twe ueat lo 
w;n k. 

AS TH* ik'DYLS went on more and more 
detaiU were wdded to tbose originally plannrt 
until now CiipUln Biitoo says with a chuckle. "I 
lUli. t dare tell them anything more »he had on 
her or they’d be working till kingdom iome. 

It the need to set a limit to the en* 

k^x amount of time that these old companion* 
willing do lavish on their pet project that 
msiic wiling of a deadline necessary and 
Oeremher 13 was decided on. albeit with sighs. 
On that day she ws* moved to RCSC Rainbow, 
headquarters ef the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets, 
the N*v> l^eague Cadet* and the Wrenette*. in 
pvep.irstien for the formal presentation on the 
f.>Uowlng Tuesday. . . ^ 

U you had malted the model while the work 

i2 

SINDAT. MT. tt. IKt 



‘Parser" Topping explala* the rtgging of the Tkennopylse lo i-adK*. 


was In priigresa you would moat probably have 
found four men quietly intent upon their woik, 
for this was not ■ pUi-e for Uile hands. Yet at 
lime* (here had to be llscussion a* memone* 
more than a half-a century old provided differ- 
ence* of opinion a* lo how some rigging w.\a to 
be fitted or equipment placed. Solution of the 
problem had it times to await the ai rival of 
Captain Bllton. the man who for fivr years had 
caned thl* ship hi* home, for in .some delail* 
evenfuil rigged ships differed ami wlwt ChaiUe 
Johnson had been familiar with on the Ro>al 
Forth ir Jack White on Ihe Hutton Hall might 
not have tie,*n true of the Thermop) lae- and 
there must he no mii^takes! 

Spluvd in with the rigging loo. arr- tales 
of life at sea thit were recalled a* thrw men 
hamllM m miniature the ropes with whi-'h they 
weie om-e so familiar. Skipper Whi»- <* most 
vivid memories were of the typhoon whlvh s'tuck 
the Hutlmi Hail in l*Ckl 

•■Ju!.i « few hour* oul of Hong Kong we wi-ic 
when It hit U:i then it w.i* all hands take ‘ . 
sails Foi Wl nule* we were dr ven south urdr- 
bare pule*. 

‘Tw.-oiy l.jur shqw went down that night 
we sun ive^l but it look us three week* to make 
It bark 411 1 get a sighting on Formosa and then 
on our ourso again for the mouth of the Colum 
bia" 

Sinmg men it iw>k In tho^ *iy* to fa.'e a 
life of cufistsni danger land no wireless, of 
coursei And few aid* to navigators. 

DON CwkMPSKLI.'H thoughts turned back, as 
he workext, to Jays on fishing schooner* on the 
Giaiid Binka the smuggling of "rum, whixky, 
boots. I'jhjcco" obtained from Ihe French fisher 
men, and with a quiet Maritime smile he tokl of 
how a rheumatic custom* officer could he out 
wttted by the hiding of the contraband good-s out 
of rv«ch ifl the furled topsails. 

And VI enlivened by yarn* the time pawed 
and the m^Jei progreww^. Built on a scale of 

By 

URSULA JUPP 


1 to ao it abounds in detail Beautiful iMtle steer- 
ing wheel, gratings, binnacip. a handi^tme gang- 
way and minute belaying pin* set in a delicate 
fife rail; a row of 12 tiny water buckets above 
Ihe carpenter's shop, pump fur fresh water and 
even a cannon for repelling pirates all these 
handmade with the most loving atl«*ntion to de- 
taU. 

One of the last items to be adde<J was the 
lovely Utile captain's gig. work of shipmate Fred 
Kemp whose scale model of the full rigged ship 
Formaby already adorns the Naval and Mari- 
time Museum at Esquimau. 

1NE\ ITAPl.Y the beautiful Termopylae 
herwlf ws-* often mentioned, the clippei’ which 
won worldwide renown in tici r-ice with the 
Cutty Sark, and here in Vlctoii.- l* remembeied 
for the trip on which she kept Ihe sm<*kc -if the 
f,:mpre<.* of Japan within sight for six day*. 
Rumor even ha.x it that on oi»e !cin she 

p3**e<f Ihe liner But be that • it may. we I., 
know for five year* she sailed »he North p-i.irn. 
bringing maii> load.* of unhusk^’d rice 'paddyl 
to the Vic'oria mill on Store In the 

can* mg of ihl. cargo nosiou- W'ould 

*p(e.id to Ih-- forecastle and so we on the derk 
the htiilding which had to be addl'd to house the 
errw v.hile *lu* wu* in (hL-^ traik* 

After her ye.vrB In this part of tlie Pacific 
she had nm long to live— a short period n« a 
Poriiige*c ttaming ship and then ■ quick end 
un-ier gunfire 

Yet her iqiirit and that of alt the beautiful 
ship* and brave men who have sailed tlie sea* 
lives on embodied often in modeix such as this — 
though *ur\*l> there can he none more tuvely! 

tlf this tieauliful gilt Lieut T. A. Dando. 
Lommaruimg officet. RCSC Rainbow, says. "She 
will sene to preserve the traditions of ttie ae* 
and in-siiU In the mind* of the cade:* an idea 
• of It* romance and glory " 

In year* to come many young eyes will ga/e 
on this graceful halt slender, aspiring masts 
and the lace work of rigging. To them she will 
speak of adventure and of the days when man 
travelled the world aided only by the winds of 
heaven. 


//’s Smart 
To Say 


NO! 


- By 

JOHN SHAW, 
Editor, The Ulender 


B efore this YEIAR is over more than 280 
persons will have been killed on Britinh 
Iambi* highwiys. and at leant 22,000 injured! 

It U an ugly proofM^t 

laiw enforcemeat people, to whom the tale 
ki no levs disturbing becaa*e of familiarity, are 
deeply rooremed, and iiicrea.singly so with the 
toll of traffic. 


The trouble la. in spite of 
their best efforts, theit con 
tlnuing piogtam of education, 
their frequent appeal* to com- 
monsen.>e for sane orivlng 
and Uietr relentless prosecu- 
tion of Violators of <hr law. 
they cannot stem tlu tor tent 
of di.osiet. 

It fnust be a (ruKitatmg sit 
uation. 

The laws are there for the 
pruieciiun of the pubin.. the 
highvvays havt* been improved 
with saftMv a chief factor in 
destgri. the traffic dlrevtions, 
warnings and safeguards have 
been augmented. Bui slilJ the 
slaughiei goes on. 

Ekigineeis have achieved 
signal sucrew in improving 
roadworthinesa in new auto 
mobile*, brakes, steering and 
other mechanical dev ires for 
the be'ti-r i-oniiol of cars But 
the en<ineei.-i c* : t do any- 
thing ab.jui Ihe mechanic? of 
the man hehinrt thi* wp***!. 

In the 11 months fmm Jan 1 
tft Nov British Co- 

lumbca killed 24« persons on 
the highway*. The figure 
compare* w;th the 214 killctl 
in (••e ■ utrevpunding penod 
the y‘»ar previous 

BjMhat isn't it>e end, R A. 
Haifield deputy superi' t id. 
ent of motor vrhlrie* rays 
(thl*. on that t^'rre 

will be anciher 40 

klliej u>' month So the 
yeat , t . ' Will be xorrw-^uig 
like 

Tn t:.. <=im** 11 mom-, period 
S.6i)i) hive beim Th.-. 

year corruarr^i with >* k*- liut. 

Propel ri ilp.r:i^c i» ' 
geriru 31'* i'tO--?'; ami w;.‘ ex 
ceed SIJ ' bv y»'Pi end 
In IJGT^ Jar --rv NuveT.tsT 
peno 1 the lot il w*» Sit- 
()»» 4 —i I ’ : -x-uni w.v« 

3l2.0.'«u.'S». 

Yet siiai.gely the total of 
accidents i* down. Theiv were 
21.010 ir. I^-V*"* 11 month.* to 
the end of Novemb»*r. rom- 
pare<l wi’h 22Siri in 19^7 So 
why ate there more deaths 
moqp Iniurie* anti higher prop 
prty losses" 

Traffi expert* who have 
surveyei the scenr, and this 
work of an«1v*i* is contlnuoua. 
hav^ JeeWe<l that severity of 
Impact is the reav-n 

It aknply amount* to this: 
cars are moie powerful, and 


drivers no less Idiotic than 
they have been in the past. In 
spite of their reatiullon that 
the machine (hey are supposed 
to control is more lethal than 
ever before because of iU high 
speed capacity. 

CJeorge Lindsay, the veteran 
superintendent of the motor 
vehicles branch, a man of tre- 
mendous energy, ability and 
exfteiionce is di*tres?-ed by the 
trend A lex.ier msn might 
have been tempted to give op 
what seems to be a losing bat 
tJe. But not he. 

He keeps IlghUng and work- 
ing and planning, and be has 
issued thia plea for sanity dur- 
ing the holiday period: 

"1 am particularly can- 
eerned over the ever-lncreaa 
Ing ouniber of aeeideaU 
which are due to drivers who 
have been drinking latoxl- 
rating liquor. The Iom of 
life, permanent physical diaa 
hiliiy and rinanclai suffer 
Ing are In dally evideftoe. 

•'Every human IHe U sa- 
cred. Everyone who endan- 
ger* It or take* It will have 
to an*\ver not only before 
men. but to hi* own rooact- 
ence. 

•TTie spirit of the Chriat- 
max i>ea«nn 1* one of good- 
will; but goodwitl cease* 
where irrexponxIbilKy be- 
gins. 

"Drive larefnily! A Hfe 
rmnnitt he replaced. 

"And remember, it la 
aniaii to ^ay. 'No, thank* 
I’m driving " 

Mr. Lindaav and ll*.e staff of 
pe;>j>!e w'lo fight tJ.t.- strange 
battle agaiMst human fradty, 
indiffciiiii-e and defimee of 
ri.e of (lie country and of 
, :.Tr.~. •- are not content, 

of cou:xe, with appeals lo bel- 
ter nature. They lake a prac- 
tical pf.eltlon. Among other 
things I* a new deparlute in 
driver e«?-i-nIon. 

It take-; the form of a man 
! 4 l on vvhiv'h drivers wUl be 
» xamlned in future. The old 
manual an unlAsplring book 
of questions and answers 
ccTirernlng the distance re- 
quired to •‘top at a giv'cn rate 
of tpee.l. the candlepower re- 
quired in a ihll light, and tuch, 
ha* been superceded by an 
illustrated pamphlet which tl- 



Ulus If by J. T. JONES 


most anyone -except the feW 
iow who knows ail Ihe an- 
swer* alresrty— will read with 
Interest. Il w called "Br’ltish 
Columbia Guide to Safe Driv- 
ing," and it ha* impact. 

On the cover li to slated the 
booklet la “an explanation of 
the prov1*k>ru of Ihe B.C, Mo- 
tor Vehicle Act and regula- 
tions. and driving hints." And 
it contain* "15 signs lo safely 

"The liooklel.'' say* a fore- 
word by Mr, Umtoay. "ha* one 
basic purpose, 

'To promote among all high- 
way users in BriiiRh Columbia 




CrOKOr I.INDAAY 
, . . mmpalga for cooimon 


the hroade.vt understanding of 
what if expe«*!ed of them In 
the operatlun of their motor 
vehicle*. 

"The standard* are, In most 
caxes, laid down by the Motor 
Vehicle Act and Regulations, 
and enforceable by law. It to 
always diciated by one basic 
consideration: the safely and 
well being of all w ho use the 
highways. 

This booklet explains In 
Kimpie term* the various high 
way. driving and vrehicle regu 
latlons. and the need and rea- 
sons for them. 

'To ail w ho are setting oul 
t.. get their first BC. drivers 
tl. ence. thl* bfv. Jet is indis- 
|M>n<uible reariin-- here U (he 
ueisUed knowhx-i-e and a phil 
oxophy which *hey must ab 
^oIb if they aiT t< pass their 
tests, and Ihux p nvr iheir ‘li- 
ne, s« to join t! driving mm 
munJty. 

"It is reeomr-- '-led reading 
fnr all who air ; * • »*wing their 
licences for it ‘ill bring them 
up to date on recent change* 
of tegutotli'n* ’’ 

Then the booklet launches 
into a disctission of .safe driv- 
)iig and the six main factors 
hppllr«ble thereto; 

1. Rnowiedge of the traffic 
regulation*, sale driving piac 
lire* and coiiAisient oliacrv 
•ince of thorn. 

2. Altitude tow'ard* other 
driver* towards reguUrion*. 

I. AlerUww* at the wheel. 

4. .AMlily to antirlpRte dan- 
ger and also what the other 
fellow is going to do. 

6. Ability to rope with unex- 
pected Bituationa. 


4^ Knowledge of ynur veht- 
rand its performance, and 
h V well you keep it serviced. 

ft there to a discutswvi 
of ji > • 'a page of illua- 

• calculated to check 

' icareless, Inrautioua or ini* 

It.iffk signs are illuHlrated 
- il their purpose explained. 

I eolations and advice for 
ni.jht driving are detailed. * 
ij'ev of the road (right 
are discuased 
road sign ahouk) Indi- 
ra • to a driver that he to en* 
lert:^ a zone which, for one 
(ton or anotiter- requires 
ex *3 caution and alerirtewt. 
Y H ao f<*w know the tauline 
th II to expected of Ciiem. and 
f H still comply with it 
. Slow down 

'f’ Ke«*p well over to your 
of the rtuid. 

iJ Hroreed wHh oautooa. 

1 ! rw,” say* the liooklet, 
save live* if he(*ded in 

li f " 

tl' to booklet ought to be 
rr || and studied by every 
d-tler, not only **' who 
ar f taking otri a new lirenre 
ai renewing the old. Mr. 
L t y hnj^e* ii will he. 

V a pirtly safe bet that 
of ‘he petrple who are goimg 
(o rive headlong t^to dtsa*- 
t n the futuie the vast ma- 
j I* will tie those who didn't 
I i| k it worth their while to 
I d the rootrmix of a 

p -t phlef dexiened for their 
zi' lo xaie driving -and 

fi ‘pa to bring 


flatlu ColoniH S 

Ft MiAY. DEC. M. Its* 


Donna Reed Knows How to Be 

CAREER GIRL, 


MODEL 


H OIXVWOOD — Doanft Rmi hma her 
own TV show oo ABC this yew. 
When I vWled her recenUy I wnnled to 
know her renction to workine In this 
compnntlvely new medium. 

♦-Th^ Mce Is fo ddfrrent/* Donna replied. 
•Every wwk is filled wiih rehesnwK fittings 
ond dhoollnc new wgments. But 
difference Is that the choice of my wardi^ 
1.1 up to me. It ho made me think more about 

clothes than hef<»re. 

n know that my clothes 
able, becoming and practtcaL, And 
Dlay that of a doctor's wife In a small town, d^ 
Viands that my wardrobe be not too 
When 1 first started shooting, the shops were 
Juil of those dreadful chemise stylw. 1 have a 
standing rule that my clothes go along with my 
body U«. There may be ™'^**^* 

10 fashion. The shoulders can 
hemUne can travel up or down, but If 
does not fit my figure It 

If ii doesn't photograph I can be sure it Isn t be- 
coming.' 

They say that ulcers are an occ^tional 
disease with TV personnel.*' I commented- 

“I have never had any trouble relaxing. 
Poona asserted, in fact I •m^most too 
laxed. I’ntll I married Tony C^en I » 

terrible struggle with procrastination. 1 w-as not 
o7e for getimg thing, done. It wasn't man.na 
with me U wa.** next week, Donna laughed. 

-We were the attraction of opposites at^ we 
are good for each other. I am one ot ^ 
happiest people I hm.*. * she exclaimed, ^om- 
bliSSg miiTiage and a career has nper ^n a 
problem for me My famUy comes first and all 
of them know It • 

HOl4.VWt>OD IH nXI, of •"f 

talented people, and Donna U'nl* H Is difficult to 
become a star but more difficult to remain one 


MOTHER 


.—especially with women, becau.se there Is such a 
premium on youth. 

•■V.’hen I first signed a contract my family 
took a grim view of Hollywood and the tempta- 
lions for a small town girl living there. But I 
promLsed mywlf I would never faU Into the ob- 
vious traps that lead to unhappiness. 

• You can hold onto principles In any com- 
munity.*' Donna sagely commented. *Tt is a 
matter of not doing what you feel Is wTong. 

"They say the only sin Is conflict," 1 ob- 
served. 

••Yes.” Donna agreed, ■'^^'bat you think of 
yoursell Is the important point. 1 had pressure 
from those interested in my career. They said 
1 was too oonjiervative and they wanted me to 
change. I don't believe In being stubborn but 
change for change's sake Is nor eonstrective. I 
have seen It happen often In Hollywood A girl 
would accept advice to the point of destroying 
her Individualliy and her happiness. You cant 
go agaln-.t the grain of your personality. 

••! told mywlf I must never be too ambitious 
or overanxious. There are certain things In life 
you can't rush. Once you differentiate between 
those you can do something about and those 
you can t, you will reheve yourself of a lot of 
frustration and worr>'. 

“When I first came to Hollywood I was too 
chubby ' Donna confessed. '‘In coUege X paid no 
attention to my weight until suddenly my cloth« 
were tight and I dl.xcovered I had put on « 
pound-. And.” Donna wld with emphasi*. I 
had a struggle getting hark to my normal weight. 
It was such an unpleasant experience that 1 made 
up my mind It would never happen again. And 
it hasn't. 

•Even having babies didn't give me the ex^ 
cuse to gain I remembered what a struggle I 
had reducing, and though 1 was simply starved 


ADVICE TO MILADY 
By LYDIA LANE 



Ihmiia Reed ... no flgure furore. 


all the time I dieted. My doctor did not let me 
gain more than 18 pounds. So after each baby 
was horn I had quite an easy time getting back 
In shape. 

“I was very disciplined about doing my exer- 
cises. This was one lime I didn’t give in to pro- 
crastlnatldn because by working on my musclee 
right away they responded beautifully. If I had 
waited too long I really would never have been 
sure of getting back to normal.** 

••It Is so refreshing to find someone in pub- 
lic life who has retained her sense of values.** 1 
told Donna in parting. For Donna Is a beauty 
who is not vain or self centred, but a career girt 
w ho I* a model , mother. 



THOUGHT FOR POOD 


Chrlitmaa N over. Each 
year we say M was the beat 
ever but now only menwr- 
ki remain . memories of 
father doing hU star Inm— 
earvlng the inrhey. Grand- 
children around the Wen 
WwriBK off beautiful wrap- 
p4nc« with no thought of 
outside artlalry — what's lit- 
■Me h the Important thing. 

lait up the Christmas 
tree . - • silver balls scattering, 
three tvkes on three trykes 
with the llttlesl one on a kid- 
die car bringing up the rear. 
The voices of loved ones far 
away, heard on the telephone. 
The family around the piano 
Binging SlUmt Night and the 
lovely, lovely avalanches of 
Christmas mall. Laughter and 
happy chaoa . - • that was 
Christma.*< 

Now It is sU over but the 
glow rematna. 

Holiday fare ts so extrava- 
gant that In between the sw eet 
aaa of cake. pie. ^li^ p udding 

(ColottW 

Bt'NDAT, DEC. *A 


By MUR/EL WILSON 


COCKTAIL SNACKS 


and randies the snack tray 
with piquant nibbling bits 
is always welcome. 

New Year's Eve entertaining 
calls for aa.'oriei between el- 
bow bending so let’s consider 
a few tooth5om»f. .snacks. One- 
bite mushrojtu tartlets are a 
tasty preamble to more sub- 
stantial food 

1 make my own patty shells 
by pressing iquares of soft 
bread (cnisis offi Into tiny 
muffin pans Bni.xh with melt- 
ed butter, dust with chill pow 
der and bake In a preheated 
375 degree o'en till delicately 
brown. If you prefer you can 
make |lkstry patty shells. 

Now the filling Wash and 
cut flne one-half pound mush- 
rooms. put In a pan with two 
tablespoons melted butter. 
Cook gently Just until soft 
Add one cup chopped npe 
oUves. two-thlrda cup cream, 
one-quarter teaspoon salt and 


half a teaspoon accent. Thick- 
en with a little flour. 

This filling can be made 
ahead and refrigerated unUl 
needed. 

Reheat before using and 
spoon Into hot toasted shells. 
Sprinkle generously with pa- 
pnka. Serve at once. 

*♦ a * 

Here U a graod little reek- 
tail cracker which I call "open 
sesame " Mix together onehalf 
cup sesame seeds (I like to use 
the toasted ones), one cup 
flour, one-quarter teaspoon 
salt and a dash of cayenne 
pepper. Cut In one-third cup 
ke^ld butter. Add enough 
ice water (about two table- 
spoons) to make dough the 
consistency of pie crust. Roll 
out. quite thin, and cut Into 
small shapes with a co<Ale 
cutter. Pal more aesame seeds 
on to the top. Bake In a moder- 
ate oven until lightly browned. 


Before removing from pan and 
while stiU hot sprinkle with 
salt. 

These may be kept In a 
tight tin and reheated when 
needed. 

W'hen toasted, filberts have 
a flavor that makes a simple 
butter spread outstanding. To 
one half cup of butter add one 
cup finely chopped toasted fil- 
berts, two teaspoons Worces- 
tershire and a few drops of 
Tabasco. Oeam the butter 
until It’s fluffy. Add the nuts 
and seasonings and mtx well. 
Spread on crackers. 

★ * ♦ 

You eaa add test to olives 
quite simply. To make curried 
olives add one Ublespoon 
curry powder to one quarter- 
cup salad or oUve oil. Ad^ a 
tall tin of ripe olives, toge- 
ther with the liquid to the oU 
and curry powder. Bring to a 
boil tlm simmer for five 


minutes Remove from the 
heat and leave the olives In 
the liquid to cool Cltill before 
using 

For gaiTlc ollve« blend one- 
half cup salad oil to half the 
liquid from a tin of olives. 
Crush a garlic hud In this 
liquid. Return olives to this 
marinade and store in the 
refrigerator until npeded. The 
oU will keep the olives shiny, 

A decorative as well as deli- 
cious tidbit Is. pickled shrimps 
threaded on colored plastic 
toothpicks. Pickling liquor . . . 
one cup water, onehalf cup 
vinegar, two tablespoons mixed 
pickling spice, three table- 
epoons brown sugar, one tea- 
spoon salt, one taMexpoun red 
wine and garlic if you like it. 
Simmer for five minutes, drop 
In shrimps. Let stand In liquor 
till spiced to taste. Serve well 
chUled. 

And a Happy New Year to 
you all. 



‘Toll the Church Bells Sad and Slow 


By VERA SCOTT 


lent Rome the first New Year's Day be a holy day 
,e vear was given to and prohibiled the 
the Roman ddty. glft» , J)® 

r whom the month of spirit of "^12 

U named. God of aside responsibUiUM, ti^ 
d doors, beginnings and mL-venes even for a few 
IBS, he was represent hours, dies hard in the heart 
face, and'called of 

ced because he looked tlons modified a Uttle but to 
»nd backward. middle ages. in France^e 

ind holiday was declared 'Th^ 

5 waji c®^***^^*^^ “ Feast of Fools. ’ and celebra- 
«rs In Anglo-Saxon . 

until William the . . .... 

- iVniust it Giving and receiving gifts 

m on New Year's nay was tr«li. 

uh^i?e 4al of oTrist: tiunal. Children In England 
p^Jiltrt^lfered the carrying the green w reathed 

* no «ng a nn.' y«r graet- 

[ro^IaTdar mImmM ing ."■< raca.ved a regard ol 
a Caewr In 4G B.C. tuppence or a pte^ 

. long, by XI minutes King Henp' HI is said to 
«onds. In the course have extorted presents in plate 
.ea« the error added and other valuables: and 
day and after a few Queen Elizabeth I i.^ually r^ 

, the equinox, begin- ceived surflclent 

ireh 25 In Caesar's finer>- to keep her ^autifully 

11 on March 21 in 325 dressed for the whole 

/ 1582 it had retro- Scotland it was consider^ 

rn Varrh 11 perfecily allowable and in 

k tha 

Dts who tilled the R 

pUnted Md Superstitions were rampant 

h! *0 present day. An early 

panicked t^use the reveals-. "At new 

moon no long®*; c*r; y^^r*, eve, superstitious 
t the u«ks aligned -jrt vvjth their swords, 

rhe seasons became ,ho roofs of their 

miss.” and agriculture houses to discover what good 
glon were at vananee. things would come 

the crisis reached Its with the new year. Others 

1582. the Roman Pope, hnelt down at the cross road 

• XIII. harmonized the a low cowhide to listen 

id astronomical calen- (or oracles” 
changing the date of In Smtland all doors and 

0 Oct 15. windows were thrown open a 

ew Gregorian calendar, few minute* before 12 to let 
g the Julian calendar, the old year out and the new 
bbornly objected to by year in. and a war> eye was 
int Great Britain but kept on the doors to see that 
rl at once bv Roman the "first foot across the 
' countries. Germany, threshold belonged to a dark 
k and Sweden did not man— never the owtiw of the 
, he change until 1700 house -yarn ing a lump of 
AAB not until the reign coal, a black bun. or a gift of 
rge II. that England wine or ale. That was the aign 
aereed to it. Then by of good luck. 

endar (New St)le Act* The people of Po and con- 
ordered that the day sldered It fortunate If the first 
r>E Sept 2. 1752, be things seen on ww years 
3eot 14 At the same morning happened to be a 
le leffal new year was white horse, a chimney sweep, 

1 M.reh » to Jon. or • pootman Good luck to too 

rotland too dalt ot Jan. point o( w^hlng to~n 

.0 Brat day ol too year »nd probably getting it aaa 

In ifiOO assurred H seAen sparrows, a 

, Jttompt to aubatltulo whito hor* 

.n frtr oaean feasts ' ere seen at the same time. 
Siro 1 mJfo than u„. Rumanian. ^Uov«l that too 

ned orgies, the early heavens opened on new year's 
■n church declared that day and anyone catching a 


Christ Church Cathedral chime* will herald 


old year has vanished Into 
history. There Is no recall. 
Some of us may wish to slop 
time for a moment and look 
back over the road we have 
travelled, or draw quick plans 
for the future, a deep breath, 
and fresh courage before trust- 
ing ourselves on untried 
ground but “there Is rto Sab- 
bath between years.** 

Our observations and resolu- 
tions must be formed as we 
go on. There It no time now to 
pause or to think, lor as the 
last stroke of 12 reverber- 
ate* Into tj)e p*st. the bell* 
ring out In honor of the New 
Year. 

We are called to pay homage 
to Time's Infant offspring and 
no matter what the Uttle fel- 
low haa in store for us at a 
later date, hope and friendly 
warmth 011 our hearts as we 
wish our neareat. dearest and 
everyone, "Happy New Year;'* 


would be modified by climate and 
1. In oaiianal cuMoms: and In the 
pk of earlier stages ol civilization 
trough the main feature* of customs 
any- expressing the play Instinct 
King a are strikingly similar the 
world over." 

I Bible Time mellows all thing*. 
>m In even roan, his superstition* 
f head and celebration*. Some of the 
in new milder and nicer' old customs 
ed the still remain with u* and there 
[flow— are few moments In our lives 
' night that are more solemnly lug 
is eyes gcstlve than those on new 
ger on year's eve when everything, 
ne he even our breathing, aeem* to 
iling— stop as we listen to the slow 
111 lor- strokes of the bells proclaim- 
r. Ing the midnight hour and the 

lentury death-knell of the old year 

shows parting from ua. 

e more England's poet. Lord Tenny 

ler In son caught the picture In 
>lldays, sombre mood: 

ements "Full knee-deep lie* the 

I fairl)* winter snow, 

;ree of And the winter wind* are 
wearily sighing: 

a rude Toll the church bell* sad 
iust In- lo’*'. . 

nsuous For the old year lies a dying, 
ey may A^Tiatever happened In 


figtltj CColotHEl 11 

SUNDAY, DEC. tS, llfti 






Anne Harris to Sing in Met Audition 

BACKGROUND 
OF MUSIC 


•chooU The • liJee Singer*” 
raitged *.* Ur abroad aa C«l- 
gary ind Edmonton and alao 
pwform'^ over CBC National 
radio networka. 

Ann* aUo «tud«H with John 
Com In Vancouver where.' at 
the Mme time, ahe was train- 
ing a.4 a {Hanlsl with Bart«ara 
Cuatan-e 

In lltlii ahe won the 
■Lleder" cU« at the Vancou- 
ver muaic featival Coming to 
Vkctona in 1955. ahe reaumed 
voice atudy with Roberto 
Wood and. leu than a year 
later, won the B C. Declric 
Roae Bowl 


She exprea«es no apecial 
preferences aa to composers 
or numbers. 

A concert singer.** says 
Anne, “requires stage presence 
as well as technique. To be 
succcMfui takes a long time. 
Your performance must come, 
tn large measure, as much 
from the heart as from the 
head." 


SUNDAY CROSSWORD PUZZLE 


ANVE HAKKIH 
, la •»!<*« rompony 


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‘Without Fear or Favor’ 

P»rt of the oath aU Mountiw Uke on enlist- 
ment requires them to iwenr to . well mmd 

trnly obey and perform all lawful orders and ia- 
atructioas which I shall reoalve as such, withoal 
fear, favor or affection of or towards any person.** 


n/r KLoyDik'E beckosed bit . • 


TRAGEDY TRAILED 
HUNT FOR R CHES 


A 8TSANGE disease swept the world. Its aame i 
germ was gold. 

It was spawned by a rich strike In the Klondik 
la 1H9B aad reached Its fever peak in the next two i** 


“Kiondikltfe** aad the 


JUoiidildti 

[Old rielA of 
s. 


the Y'mkoa 


Vernon A. M. Kemp swore 
that oath at the age of 15 to 
become one of the youngest 
recruiis in the old Royal 
North West Mounted Police. 

WTicn he retired 35 years 
later at an assistant commia 
aioner and director of criminal 
Invesiigati in for the present 
Ro) il Canadian Mounted 
Police he borrowed from that 
oath, till! in use. as title lor 
a bipik. 

Wlih.Mit Fear. Favor or 
Afrecti«Mi (Longmans. Green) 


soum:K'S story^ 


is as much the story of tlie 
Mounties as it is •)! Kemp 
whose career paralleled the 
emergence of today's intricate 
police force from the original 
and numerically small band of 
adventurous horsemen wIm> 
first ptiilced the West The 
author sa>s in his foreword: 

**The autobiographical pat- 
tern is followed only to pf®' 
vide continuity to the narrative 
and as a vehicle for the pniduc- 
tion of those chaiacieri to 
whom (he story rightly be 
longs.** 


Undeterred, Undefeated 

A S0LDI1J5*S book, ffMentUllj. "ITincma 
Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, 1919-191^7** 

Is what its title implies: a history of one of Caa- 
ada's most famous regimenta. But it is more. It 
U a human ht4>r>. It has its peaks of achievement 
In the narratii e, and its deptlw. But never, in their 
darkest hours, was there ever despair among the 
aokliers who are it.s heroes. 


ThU Is the thud volume in 
a sei ici by Lieut, ^'ol. G. R. 
Steveiu. OBK. a niUlury his- 
torian eidelj known for lis 
stories of Indian Army units 
In the Ml Idle. East, the Italian. 
Burmsn and Malaian theatres- 
of opeiilions In the Seeond 
World War. 

It covers the 'frustration** 
period heiwen the great wars 
when Canadian military units 
were starved lor every essen- 
ttal of efficiency; the three 
stuiifying years of waiting lor 
action in Great Britain; then 
the grstlfying rail to battle In 
SIcUy. Italy and the north- 
vrestem fieVls of Europe. 

n deals w ith the regtmefit*a 
Arctic service in Canada's mo- 
bile Mi lking force, the tours of 
duty of the three battalions 
which ier\ed In Korea under 
United Nftiona command, and 
the garrison »!mis In Ger- 
many. 

The regiment won high 
praise from Field Marshal 
Vla-'ount Bernard Montgom- 
ery. who commanded the 8th 
Army in North Africa and the 
Italian advance. But Its tale 
Is not alwayi one of success. 
The unit ha.l Its falUjres. But 
It always fought with a high 
eo«ra<e. a fierce detrcmlna- 
tJoo and never had a moment 
bi which Its honor waa I n any 
way emharraased. There were 
dark houra In the long and de- 
sraatating march on Rome, lor 
the Patricias came againat the 
flower of the German army. 


They earned the enemy's deep 
est respect even in failure. 

The prtxif of the real great 
ness of the unit lies in the fact 
that, no matter what tea lo-w>i>a. 
It never lost its fuhting spirit. 
When Major-Gcneial Chris 
Yokes waa commending in 
Italy, hla troops had suffered 
a severe mauling and ^e 
higher echelon.s suggested he 
might like his front wired and 
mined No. said the general, 
he needed no wire, and the 
enemy hed already mined the 
area. 

The Patricias went oo to 
smash the opposition and were 
in the victory march on Rome. 

Tbetr Italian experience hard- 
ened them for the fierce cam- 
paign In Europe and their tra- 


in that period 100.000 per- 
sona set out on the trail they 
were confident would lead to 
weaUii; of these some 30.000 
or 40.0U) reached the Klon- 
dike and o«iiy 4.000 found gold. 
A few huo*tred became rich, a 
handful kept their wealth. 

Pierre Betlon has told the 
story of those fabulous years 
in *1lloM*he’' (McC'lellandand 
Stewart I a story so fanaatic 
it probably would be rejected 
it It was fiction. But this is 
fact, the names are real and 
the events actually occurred. 

Mr. Berton k wril qualified 
to tell the story of the Klond- 
ike His father crosaed the 
Chilkooi in I89K and his owm 
boyhoo<l was spent In Dawson 
Cily. As a teen ager he waa 
a laborer In Klondike mining 
campa. 

Many bi>oka and articles 
have been written about the 


fOR YOUNG 
READERS 

Pelfce. Written and Illus- 
trated by Marcia Brown. Scrib- 
ner a. 

Venice la the cily of canals 
and gondota.s and according to 
Marcia Brown, cau. In her 
beautiful new picture book 
Mtiiii Brown has given us a 
simple story about a little 
striped cat and a amall Ital- 
ian boy. TTie story and its 
cliaraciora are charming, but 
the gr<‘-ilest appeal of Hie 
book, and Ha real 'hero.*' is 
Venice. *rhe color and light of 
Venice are on every luminous 
page. "Felice” i* the best book 
thu author has ever done. 


Klondike gold rush, but tew 
any prejvrnt Ihe story in ^ch 
broad pej-jMfpectlve. Mr. Berion 
has Kvritien hot only of ev- r's 
in the Yukon but has told - 


CRIME CORNER 

Deikdly Purpose. By Robert 
P. Hansen. Mill Morrow. 

Southern California boat op- 
erator (parties taken out) on 
spot aa exKorean War ser- 
geant biles dust ; mixed up 
hurt girt pre-tent; also well- 
heeled playboy and a real 
tough cop or two. CK'er- 
crowded. 

IMwIh Of 'The Party. By 
Ruth Feiilsong Crime Club. 

Manhattan physician's house- 
warming party jolted when 


... — — — — warming pany joneo »n«T» 

diUona helped to bear them up up p,u, youthful 

In the Korean war. stranger who has much to ex- 


it la obtainable from PPCU 
Depot. Hamilton Gault Bar 
rac^ Grlesbach. Alla. JBBS. 


plain, and does It badly. In- 
volved performance. 

4 C*ern 4 M iwd vi aaiBr4*r a««te«) 


THIS WEEK'S ANAGRAM 

Row In your vnoabtiAaryt TVre la m» better or more 
faMrtaattBg way to tw^mva H ttmo by solving thme 
aaagi aiiiii each week. AM Hta letters la tbe first cohiano 
k) the letters la Um seooM c sla m a. and rearrange the 
Wttera ao aa to form a aew word. Example; PEND plus 
8KE eqaala ?ff. Aanwer: DEPENiiE. Caa yoa aohe 
the folkming anagra— T 

(U OOTE PIA» AIJ, EQIAI.S T?t 

(S) TARE • AW. 

(I) MA.ST • P« ^ • 

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(SI bkar • *MC - e 

Qtda tt o a lo lodiar*a aaagTaias are printed on Page S. 



PIKRRF. BERTON 
... of (hr north, a 
figure. 


detaD of thetr Impact on the 
outside world, especially the 
United States 

And he has brought his story 
right up to the present time 
b>- tracing the history of the 
men and women who dominate 
its story through the years, la 
sort cases to a tragic end. 

In Aloadikr you read of the 
kbortlve corporation aet up In 
the United Stales under the 
name of The Klondike and 
Cuba Ice Towing and Anti- 
Yellow ®*ever Company. Bs 
sponsors proposed lo low 
Icebregs from the Klondike to 
the South Seas, where. It was 
believed, they- could be '.rana- 
formed Into i^d compaesses to 
alleviate the auliering of fever 
victlma 

You share the agonies of the 
tho4isands who rtawed the icy 
slopes with tom handa ut a 
frantic effort to cross the 
trails leading to the land e( 
gold You join In the carni- 
val excitement of Dawson City 
where men dapeed all night 
and women were bought and 
sold. 

At the end you leave a silent, 
bumed-out land, sharing with 
the author t)>e thought that 
‘'perhaps somewhere In some 
untraveiied corner of this wild 
emesa. In an undlscoveied 
nook or cranny, there u stUl 
gold." 

And you wonder whether tt 
might ail happen agaiu. 


Lon/r Orerrfiip TelU of 

Non-Objective Spoofist 

MR. Ons, by Slewwrt ioibrook (Macmillan. New York) 
makes amusing reading. | 

This take-off on tioua modem art ia one that 

has been long overdue. 'ibv art lovers are ao scared of re- 
jecting a potential Gaugu jr or Van Gogh that they accept 
(albeit with misgivings) (jtrageoua conceptions which ex- 
press nothing but the con br pt of the painter for his audi- 
ence. How else can you Is' : a supposedly celebrated 
artist, who shall be ’ v '' •k'- here, throwing shattered gU«a 
on his work and then .i- . -K- the fragments Into hia 
canvases with his shoes? 1 

It la to lidkrule this • i i of hlghfahitln nonsense that 
"Mr. Otis'* Is presented • tj the world in this book by his 
conniving m4fntor, ^Holbrook. Like Mr. Holbrook. 

Mr. Otis halls from : r'lk l Or^on. and In many ways 
the two arc virtually i-’ Ig •" »; i ihv As one familiar 
with Mr. Holbrook's I confess to surprise at hit 

apparently deep interest ‘9 modem art. at least tn those 
schools which disdain • "k— - . communleatton with the 
hoi pollol. Welcome i friend, and bring Mr. Otit 

with you. I 

What sort of artist I this Mr Otis? Judging by tba 
29 samples reproduced : • k In glowdng color, he is master 

of all current styles from I ’ Hie expressionism io adole*- 

cent abstrartionisn. Mr. | • k labels him a PriroiUvw 

Modeme. but I’m Inclined i believe he falls more readily 
Into the category of nonobfc’ ve spoofist. Mr Otia uaualiy 
goes a step beyond hla bet f known contemporaries. Take, 
for example, his study In # contrasts whkdi. at lu.i 

glance might seem if-'* ' of Msodrlan. H h>ok 

dosely you will observe At one of the red lines lan t quite 
long enough and that Mr] OUs has Inserted a amall sell- 
portrait of the artist I la bridge the gap. 

Next time I find i ■ f ' confronted by the phantM- 

magorias of the a H ‘-Ui, I am going to reach lor 

Mr. Otis to restore my f x'"'' Unless I’m very much 

mistaken, a good many ar ( » are going to chuckle loud 

and long over this port! f of peaky primlttvaa 


fiaily (lolonUl 


• DAT. DEC. tt. IMS 




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CLICK of a BOLT, CRASH of a SHOT 


IS THAT YOU, MATT? 


BT TirE E.\RI.T IMOfi th« jlfopf^rtie* at Camp 
MrKJnn^y were petering out ? 0 finally the Cari- 
boo mlr>e alto cioeed down, jonly the vacant 
buildingt remained, and with extenalon of tha 
Kettle Valley railway, stage < # toon ceased 
to past through the ghost town 4 ■ their mountain 
run. 

There are two men living In h ^ t ;a today who 
have vivid mernorie* of Cam . McKinney. One 
la Reginald Gardom. S5. who li s at 2091 Byron 
Street. Oak Bay. possibly the a y surviving link 
with the famous case. In • k • he’s perhaps 
the only man still living who ' ■ date his B.C. 
Provincial Police service back 1896. A spare 
man. now slightly stooped. 1 k ted with him the 
other afternoon and heard how lie Jolr>ed Britain's 
7th Dragoon Guards at Cante i|ry in 1890. served 
In Egypt for s couple of > v until an ankla 
Injury invalided him to Engird d. Then he fol- 
lowed his parents dut to BC. ^Okanagan Valley 
wrhere they'd taken up a fruit ll 

In the spline of '96 he Join : the B.C Police 
at Vernon, along with snoth h rookie, the lats 
Waller Owen, long time warden f Oakalla Prison 
Farm, whose son. Walter. J • Is a prominent 
member of V’ancouver's legal h • fession. 

Const Gardum at 23 was t. . < to Midway 
under Con.«f, W C. McMynn. u ted one day to 
command (1917 19*23 1 the f f After a coupls 
of years of police work, Mr . ^ w’ai ap- 
pointed collector of customs t Midway. His 
memory, astonishingly clear t1 these early day 
events, he told me he often gold esoort on 
the stage out of Camp '•!} •:-• >; that he'd 
handled the rusty Winchester k •<! Roderick car- 
ried at the time of his death. 4nd that he knew 
Keane. Monoghan and McAultr personally, and 


I T WAS AROtTND 9 o’clock on a dark and moon- 
less night, the night of October 26. 1897. that a 
silent watcher heard at last the sound of a horse- 
man slowly picking his way up the stone strewn 
Bald Mountain <rall near Camp McKinney, a 
pkmeer mining settlement that Jsy high In ths 
hills above Rock Creek— between the Okanagan 
and the Kettle Rivets In the boundary country’ of 
the South Kootenay. 

The watcher by the trmU was Supt A. D. 
Keane of nearby Cariboo Mine, and aa (he aound 
of the horse’s hooves came nearer in the dark, 
he slipped hU revolver from tu holster and tight- 
nerved tried in vair. to pierce the forbidding 
gloom. Finally the hulk of horse and rkJer loomed 
within a lew feet of him and Keane broke the 
alienee. 

"la that you. MattT* was hJa cautious, low- 
toned question. 

The rider stopped Then came the sound of a 
creaking girth as he swung to the ground. 'Then 
another sound. ‘The ominous double dirk of a 
Winchester's lever action being alowiy worked 
down, then up! 

It meant that the horseman had a sheU in 
the breach and a cocked weapon. Keane In his 
tmaglnadon sensed the rifle being aimed, and 
It wts then the Colt ln*hli hand spat its quick 
jet of flame; aftermath of the revolver's ear split- 
ting report was the thump of a falling b^y. 
Thus died Matthew Roderi^, and with him the 
jpaln due to $30,000 worth of stolen gold. 

Background of this Kootenay killing dates 
back three months, to August, '96. when the 
feature of boom town Camp McKinney was the 
Cariboo mine. ‘The camp, a rough and wild little 
•etllement. 4.000 feet up Bald Mountain, was only 
oormected to the outside world by Snodgrass' 
six horse stage, running between Penticton and 
Midway, the former 56 miles west, the latter, 33 
miles to the east. 

The single main street lined with shacks and 
cabins, included Hugh Cameron's saloon and 
hotel. There were other small mines at Camp 
McKinney that gave promise, and some (mere 
holes in the ground) had been abandoned. The 
Cariboo, located in *89 by AI McKinney, had been 
sold to George B. McAuiay and James Monoghan. 
and In *99 they put in a small mill. In the next few 
years they took a million dollars out of the 
ground. Efvery month* or so there was a "clean 
up” when the gold, reduced to small bars, was 
taken out by stage to the railway at Midway, for 
transfer to Spokaqg. 

Nearest Provincial Police were at Midway; 
and a mounted con.Mable usually es«x>rtrd the 
gold on the stage. Sometimi-s the routine varied 
when one of the company officers took out the 
b«iUlon by Mddle horses or btickboard There waa 
alwBVS great it.'rrecy about the bullion's depart- 
ure. and if a I'limivjny man triok it out. only at 
the last mlnufe were a couple of armed miners 
pressed into service -s guanl.< 

The Mountain trail wa* narrow and winding 
and at points where a hold up was considered 
probable, one of the em'oriing miners would take 
the gold and make a shoH cut through the bush 
to fool any proapretive road agent 

In August. 1896. A. D. Keane wa.s mine 
iupertntendent, M<Aiilay was secretary treasurer 
and Monoghan was general manager. Monoghan 
usually took the gold out, but this day Keane, 
who had some reason to vialt Midway, decided 
he would take It Monoghan gave him explicit 
Instructions how to avoid being held up. and 
briefed him on shipping procedure at the .-aliway. 

Somehow Monoghan thought Keane a little 
too offhand about the whole thing. espectaUy 
when he noticed him start off alone in his buck- 
board. In (be back of the rig lay a stout carrvaa 
bag containing three bars of gold, two large 
and one small, weighing altogether 6S6S ounces, 
with a prearnt day value of around $23,000. 

The sun was well up over the mountains 
when Keane found himMlf jogging along the 
wagon road three miles east of Camp McKmrwy. 
and approaching a sharp hairpin bend. It was a 
vantage point where a hkldcn watcher could keep 
the road under obaervation uphill and down. 
Which Is what was happening, for as the horses 
foutlousiy slid 'rourwl the steep mountain turn, 
a masked figure, carrying a Winchester rifle, 
stepped out from the bush and held one horse’s 
head. 

'TU take the bag you've got!" ordered the 
masked man. 

"Come ar^J get it** Keane's challenging 
answer. 

"TTvrow It down oh the road or TU put a 
bullet through you!" rapped the bandtt. 

Keane. figuring discretion the better part of 
valor, threw down the bag. 

“Get going." said the man with the Win- 
ebeater." and don't look back.'* 

As tha buckboard proceeded down hill, the 
bandit picked up tha bag containing 55 (vninds 
of yellow Toetal, and disappeared Into the bush. 


A mile or so down the road. Keane paused, 
turned, and made his way back to ramp to make 
the shamefaced atlmtssion to Monoghan that he'd 
been held up. Held up. mainly because he hadn’t 
taken the suggested escort 


THERE WERE SOME harsh words exchang- 
ed Then Monoghan told McAulay to ride to Mid- 
way and tell the police, and Instructed Keane to 
make a check to see if every miner was in camp. 
Keane reported everyorte accounted for. Morvo- 
ghan decided to check himself, and lucky, he did. 
for he found one man not present. 

He was Matthew Roderick, a miner who had 
been sick for the past we«-k with a back injury. 
He had been seen occasionally hobbling round the 
camp With the aid of a slick and a home-made 
crutch, and the ok) cabin he used was frequently 
vfkited by s>-mpathetlc millers who had brought 
him on occasion such thing* as a bottle of 
whiskey, some dog-enred magazines to read, and 
fruit and eggs. Roderick, due to leave in a few 
da>v, had even been given $84 alter the miners 
pass^ round the hat to pay his hire to Seattle. 

Now his cabin was empty and he was 
nowhere to he found. While McAulay galloped 
the 30 odd miles to Midway, Monoghan thought 
he'd check the road three and a half miles 
east of Camp McKlnne>' where the hold up took 
place. Looking around the roadside brush he 
found tracks of a man. and a blackened remains 
of s fire. Of the masked bandit, not a trace. 

Late that afternoon Constoble* William G. 
McMynn** and Isaac Dinsmore fthe latter from 
Grand Forks! appeared on the scene. They asked 
questions, took notes, and finally they, too, took 
a look at the bold up spot. 

It was Dinsmore'i quick eye that noticed a 
squirrel digging in the ground. •’Pigging Ipr 
ilmething to eat," mused Dinsmore, and he started 
to dig. too. He. uncovered *ome apples, a few 
egg shells and a whisky bottle, partly full of 
water. 

From the find deductions were made. For 
one thing, the only eggs In camp at that time 
were those brought in for the aiHng Roderick. 
Same with the apples. And the whisky bottle, 
of a peculiar t>-pe. bore a label swldon then seen. 
Only place others like It were found was In a 
rubbish heap behind Roderick * shack, built years 
before by an ex Barkerville miner w ho appar- 
ently had a taste for this particular brand of 
pick me up. It was concetUnl. therefore, that 
Roderick »<>> the hold-up man, and by this time 
he was well acTos.* the border Into Washington. 
Mv*ter>' was: How did he know’ the .snld would 
leave that morning? .None of the bunkhouse 
crew knew and the three executives were posi- 
tive no word had leaked out. 

The police made inquiries for the missing 
man acros* the border, and sent dlit the usual 
circulars. 

Then came a lull. A lull broken a month 
later when Monoghan made a vifit lo the com- 
pany office in Bpokane and picked up his mall. 
In the bundle was a letter from a rancher called 
Shuttleworlh, living outside Spokane. The 
ranched had an Interesting story to tell. 


A TRUE 


CECIL CLARK 


POLICE STORY 


stUl there**’ was 


Minrn uutdde the bunkbotiKe at < amp Mc- 
Kinney . . . they pawed tlie hat for grubwlake 
for the ailing Roderick. 


Gardom. "nothing much camelif H." 

For year.-* deserted Camp | fcKlnney nestled 
on Bald Mountain like a n;--.-. i movie set. Then 
one scorching day in August. 0^*31. It wmi awept 
into oblivion by a raging loT.lt fire. 

The miin who teiu of thaJcpiAode ia retli^ 
iforestr>- official John W. McClIsky. of 4241 Gor- 
don Head Road. McCluskv^ one of Western 
Canada'* real oW timers, b years ago at 

Broadview. N.W.T, ‘nowf in Sr<&.-aichewan> when 
his father was helping to hu«f3 the CPR .Son 
Jack was two when he first jHimpaed Victoria, 
the year train** flr<f ran lo tl:^..3ter at Burrard 
Inlet. When he was four th'.famlly moved lo 
Vernon, where Ja^-k McCluakyl ved for the next 
61 years, which made him ifmost the town's 
longest resident when he retln * tafter 3S years 
with the Forest Brinchi lo J;-|t In Victoria, nine 
year* ago. He and his good wlL . Annabelle. have 
been married 16 yc.vrs. and t)4ir two daughter* 
are Mrs. W. G. Acre* of Prin^f George and Mra. 
Duncan Smith of Vl'*»oria. 

It wa* while John McClIf^ky was district 
forest supervluor hn-'k In i^‘- that he had the 
job of massing his men to firlt a sertot of bed 
fire* around Rnck Ci«*ek. Ill* wiain problem waa 
to stop the fire *w eepmg arr- b: the power lines 
that fed the OkaiMcan V'alley llf they went out, 
the valley industries ucre at r standatUl. 

He found hl« liand* really lull when another 
big blaze ataried up the mr ntaln near Camp 
McKinney. To vUv the fi they backfired 
near the old mfn’ng village, a'«i then, practically 
In Its main atree* McTlusky *j ’ hi* crew found 
themselves "pinched In" by » smes from two 
directions. As the fi;e caught hold of building 
after building, it. • « }u*t by| - «ktn of their 
teeth that McClu«>kv and his pien escaped. But 
the fire spelled fjriis to the •- '-:-nty town ivh«v 
Matthew Roderick planned hi [bold heW-up It 
wa* before the fiT»' rearhed jdAngenraa stage, 
McClusky told me iHat he wenf through some of 
the old cabins and fourvd lett--? aivd documents 
dating back to the 60*. some H-ijSrig Nearly day 


Their help might be needed to trap the return- 
ing robber. 

"One thing is Important,” Monoghan warned 
hi? listeners. "You mustn't stop him, and he 
mustn't see you. We want to find that gnid 
cache first If he thinks he's been spotted, 
chance* are we'll never find it.” 

The miner* weie only too willing to help: 
thc-> remembered the sympathy the>’ wasted on 
••poor Malt”; but more than that, they remembered 
84 buck* they'd contributed! 

Keane was present at the meeting, eager to 
redeem himself in the eyes of McAulay and 
Monoghan, and Const McMynn rode in during 
the proceedings and took the precaution ‘of swear- 
ing In McAulay and hi* two partner* as special 
constables. He thought it a good, legal safe- 
guard In case anyone got hurt. 


TH.AT AFTERNOON the posse members were 
Staked out around Bald Mountain, guarding every 
approach, and manning every vantage point lead- 
ing to Camp McKinney. Far down the mountain 
In a key spot. Keane placed Thoma.* Graham 
with an Indian, with their horses carefully hidden. 

It was late that afternoon that Graham spotted 
a lone horseman making hi* way slowly up the 
mountain trail and sent a hasty scribMed mes- 
sage by the Indian to Keane. 

The buahwlse Indian made fast time to deliver 
the note, and Keane swung a leg over hia saddle 
and told the Indian to lead him back to Graham. 
When they met. Graham reported the lone horse- 
man had branched <fff the trail somewhere and 
waa lost to sight. It was dusk now. and Keane 
told the Indian to go forward on foot and 
see what he couk) spot. 

In his absence. Keane and Graham crouched 
by the roadside, waiting. Later, at it got dark, 
they separated, one on each aide of the trail 
’* It wa* around 9 o'clock that Keane thought 
be heard the Indian returning. Then, when he 
heard the horse, he knew It wasn't the Indian. 
Finally came the challenge and the fatal shot. 

When Graham and Keane lit matches to 

who lay on the trail they found It waa 
R(d^i irk. 

The shot also aroused other mountain watch- 
er* srwl eventuaHy Const. McMyrm wa* on theh 
*< ene, 

"I Mt he wa* pointing the muzzle of the 
gun Inward me. so I fired,''- waa Keane a ex- 
planation. 

By lantetn light It wa* discovered the dead 
man wa* wearing uniler his shirt a heavy canvas 
1. It. with two capacious pocket* and two straps 
over his shoulder*. Besides hi* Winchester he 


' AEKMS TH.AT • couple of months before 
the robbery, Shuttleworlh was drinking In a 
Spokane saloon, when a gabby and slightly-intoxi- 
cated character got into conversation with him. 
The stranger mistook Shuttlewaiih for an 
acquaintance, an acquaintance with possibly a 
taw-bresklng tendency. He told rancher Shuttle- 
worth of a rare opportunity to acquire some gold 
bars up In BC- There was a mine up there that 
shipped out gold occaaioTuIly The stranger sug- 
gested holding up the mine office or. better tiill. 
lifting the outgoing treasure at gun point on the 
road. 

Shuttleworlh grinned, wished the stranger 
tuck and took hla leave. He thought no more 
about the matter until he read in a Spokane paper 
of the robbery near the Cariboo mine. 'Then hi* 
mind went baric to the stranger In the mUhih. 
It was plain to Monoghaa after he talked to 
Shuttleworth. that the stranger waa none other 
than Matthew Roderick. 

.Meantime, the B.C. Police, pursuing another 
angle, had word from Pinkerton’s Seattle office 
that they'd run Roderick to earth at 3*29 Tavlor 
Street. In that city, where he bore a good reputa- 
tion In the neighborhood, posing a* a mining 
engineer. Roderick made no freat show of reerni 
wealth, and what did the Canadian authorities 
want next? 

'Hve Canadians wanted the gold bars more 
than anything else and counselled a cl»we watch 
on Roderick to eee If anv thing developed. 

That's how it hAppeaed toat the wife of a 
Beattie detective *et«ted in next ttoor lo Roderick, 
and managed to atrlhe up an acquaintance with 
Roderick a w He. 


20HN MeCl.l'SKY 
he Msw the laaf of Camp McKlaney, 


RFXilNAIJ) GARIFOM 

. « • he knew the men whom Roderlric robbed 
In *96. 

had a revolver. Both weapons were badly rusted, 
as If they had been cached somewhere in the 
ground. His pockets revealed a piece of candle, 
a Southern Pacific timetable, a pair of goggles 
and some spare change. 

It was plain to those concerned that Keane’s 
•hot had done more than kill Matt Roderick; It 
also ended all chance of discovering the stolen 
gold. To this day. it's said, it'a atUl safely hidden 
In the vicinity of old Camp McKinney. 

As a man had been killed, there waa an 
Inquest; and as a result Keane waa charged with 
manslaughter. 

Meaniime a wire to Seattle got the Seattla 
police on the job. and two detectives hastened 
to 329 Taylor with a aearch warrant and the 
news for Mrs. Roderick that her husband waa 
dead. Search of the house revealed the life 
Insurance policy, and in a tin box about $1,000 
In $20 gold pieces. There was no sign of raw 
gold. 

Keane came up for trial at the Vernon 
Ar«i/e In .tune. 189'7, before Mrs. Justice Angus 
McCoIl A jury' found him guilty, and In aentenc 
big iiim. ibi- Judge remarked. "You have been 
f><uniJ guili> In a ifvhnlcat and legal ^nse” and 
sentenced him to one day in jalL 


A' the pair got friendly the policewoman 
reported that Mis. Roderick had apparently no 
Knnw ledge of her hu^nd'a crime; that Roderick 
hjd recently taken out a $3,000 fully paid up Ufa 
insurance policy, and with proceeds from a recent 
tug m.^,. ig deal, the couple waa a Utile more 
comfort# ly off. The policewoman stayed with 
the 1 ---“jAiion until early October, when ahe 
repented ttuit Roderick was about to head east 

\Aurd waa immediately flashed to Spokana, 
and in turn to the Proving] Police at Midway. 
There w ;»• * chsnce that he might revlalt 

I!— - ly iountiy. If he had cached the gold. 

peihap* he would return to the mountainside 
nciir ''an<p Mchlnney to pick It up. It would 
be a Twivy thing to do. for he must have knowm 
hi* «udd< '1 at>*tf'iu'e frt>m the camp put him high 
on the list of suspects. 

A Pinkeiton man travelled on the train with 
RoderK'k and imported that the suspect got off 
ar Loomi* Washington, where he hired a horse 
and headed ruiith for the B.C. boundary*. With 
polke and mine offlcUls cooperating, there were 
pl,-oiN ut to watch Roderlrit'a progress to- 

waid Kettle V^ey, and In a hastily summoned 
b.rikhu i’*e mrrilng at the Cariboo mine. Mo'' 0 - 
ghan bticled the mlneta on what wu happening. 


la concerned. 
I the smaller gold 
^ the other two. 
gles In Ms pocket 

[ •-Did Ib buried In 
like the Eureka 
those abandoned 
ere flooded Did 
.oggles? 

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No. 14 — 101»i YEAK 


vurroRiA, BRirisH colimbia, Sunday, December 28, i958 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 



(fOfMiicillert at Vf ork 
where there'* b will there'* b wwy 


A/miWp Han nay 
. . button* make job* 


Rof 


w Hurled to Rescue 


Screams Bring 
To Drowning 




Numbed Lad 
Haufis to Log 


Loud screams of panic brought three mill 
workers running to the rescue of a 15-year-old 
Victoria boy clinging to a small log in frigid 
Esquimau harbor yesterday. 

trom drowning 


CORDON CUMMING 
. . . r«n to reocoe 



Saved trom .drowning *1 
Then* Cove w** Jerrj^ Stein- 
lechner. 710 Front Streel. • 
Gr»de 9 student at EM^ulmalt 
Junior-aenior high srhooL 
“He * lucky to be aliv*. ' »*ld 
Gordon Cumming. 535 White 
side, the man who threw a 
rescue rope to the numbed 
youngster. 

PljlNT ENGINEER 

Mr. Cumming la an engineer 
at the power plant of Sooke 
Lake Lumber Ltd., plywood 
division. With him at the 
plant were Jack Falconer and 
Roland Sherrelt. 

“It was Just about l.afTp m,.** 
said Mr Cumming. “when we 
heard scream* for help. They 
seemed lo be coming from the 
water. 

REAL IXlt’D 

“And they were real loud, 
terror stricken screams be- 
cause we could hear them all 
the way up to the plant." 


men then ran down toward the 
water. 

“We couldn’t see anything 
In the water but the 'short*' 
(log* about four feet long and 
one foot through I." he satd. 

“So 1 shouted 'Where are ( 
you?* atYd the boy n'reamed, ‘ 
Here I am. Here I am'." j 

sTRtiCGlJNO WEAKLY ' 

Mr. Cumming .saW they ran 
closer and saw the boy' 
struggling weakly in the water 
and hanging on to one of the 
short log*. 

“1 can’t hold on *ntuch 
' longer, I'm numb," the faat* 
weakening boy told hla 
rescuers. 

Mr. Cumming aaM ft was 
Impossible to go out on the 
' «horta'* to grab the lad and 
i there was no pole in sight 
Mr Falconer ran back lo the 
mill for a rope. 

KTART KICKING 



Tommy H eBt, »nlv$indy Mr§. Carol 0ibb8„ IF endy IF ett 

. . . pufTha.aea make payrolk lor handicapped 

★ ★ * * ★ ★ 

Heart-lX arming Record 

For ^GoodwilV 
Hold Your Own 


A first year of Goodwill En- 
terprise* for the handicapped 
In Victoria has been toted up 
this season of goodwill lo all 
men and the record I* a heart- 
warming summary. 

I In * demonstration of the 
Goodwill people's bettef that 
a man or woman can be gain- 
fully employed, nn matter 
I what his handicap, (he enter 
I pnse has given paying jobs to 
43 so-called unemployables 
The brave handful on 
crutches and In wheelchairs- 
generally regarded at "the un- 
employables” by society, have 
j proven In the past year that 
I they can more than hold their 
own 

A look at (;oodwUr8 finan 
clat picture and It* list of good 
1 works since the project got 


‘Unemployables’ 
Got Paying Jobs 


caught by the Rotary Club, 
which incorporated Goodwill 
Enterprises of the Handi- 
capped and named some lead- 
ing Rotary member* to the 
board." she aaid. 

As an example of the sup 
port given Goodwill. Mrs. 
Lamoni cited the woman who 
came into the Yalex Streel 
eslablbihmenl early this year. 

The visilor. a missionary 
and a survivor of a wartime 
under way last January, dem- Japanese Internment cump. 


JERRY 5JTEINLECHNER 
, . . lurky to be alive 

Wnlh ff'reck4*d 


aald that he and the other two 


CTiriJifmfl* Baby [/92D] 1958 Model 

ChrlRlmas baby Jim Ryan, the Colonist photOR- 
papher who was bom Dw. 25, 1920, in Regina, was 
so delighted with Victoria's first Christmas '58 baby 
that he just had to ge! in the picture. With big baby 
Jim are little Baby OILsen, fourth son of Mrs. 
Gladys Ollsen. Munn Road. R.R. 3. and St Joseph's 
Hospital nunw* Betty Ann Harper. Baby Ollsen wa* 
first of six Greater Victoria Christmas Day babies. 

Serond Appearahre 

‘You Gave a Pledge’ 
Magistrate Recalls 

A young man who promised , Hce eourt yeaterday. charged 

dnn l Think he could swim at Magistrate A I. Thomas three with fighting In the street 


Then I went down on the 

The power plant engineer i 

* rope. said Mr. Cumming, 

"and told him t« atart kick- 
ing. But he didn't ... I 


Vandals Kick 
In Unfinished 


Holes 

Home 


•11 ' weeks ago that he would stay 

“Elruilly. we towed him In trouble appeared be 

... log and all. maglatraie In city po- 

Young Sieinlechner was « 

taken lo the mill walchman'a 

‘I'". *'’;"!:: Giri t liases 


Mr. Thomaa remanded God 
frey Stephen*. 710 Cormorant 
Street until Monday, when 
Magistrate Henry Hall 
return from a short vacation. 

“You gave me your aolemn 
pledge three weeks ago you 
would behave yourself," Mr 
Thomas told Stephen* 

Stephens, charged with 
causing a disturbance in a 
disturbance In a public place. 


up and seemed no worse for 

hia chilly dunking. ! 'T'l * X A 

"I think the noy was try ' J ItlPJ 
Ing to rro.** over to the island * , , 

Vandals, believed lo be teen Robert R. Gordon. 257 Cook, on the ’shorts.’’ Mr Cumming A l2 ye*rold Victoria girl 

agera, have caused between is having Ihe house built, said The plywood plant b«x>m ■cared off • prowler who was remanded un 

$100 and $300 damage to a If,, boHonY half ' grounda extend right out preparing to enter her home Mnnrf»». tvithmo niea anri 

hou.ae under conatructlon at from the shore to Mny Bbout 2.50 a.m. Boxing Day. 

2993 TUJlcum. kicking hole* Richard* Island In the middle Mavis Smith. 803 Penw 

In unfinished plaster wall* rooms ha* been kicked In and ^f Thetis Cove phoned police when the heard listed lo an attempt lo apeak 

with their boots. -hole* have been kicked lo MAN noise* outside her home by Stephens. 

Contractor W. A. Reynolds, other unfinished wall*. Police found Ihe prowler had J^nother man Involved In 

1972 Craacent Rnad. yeaterday The smashed walls, plaster “About the only person who ^^hen they arrived, hut (he same disturbance Gar 

offered a l»» reward for and lath. wlU have lo be cut c*o accomplish this without ^ , j,dder propped up nett Stephenaon, RCN. was 

Intormatlon leading to the! out and rebuilt. Mr. Reynolds falling ln,“ aald Mr. CumRilng, the wall, leading to the fined $25 on the disturbance 

conviction of the persons con- 1 pointed out that this might experienced boom man bathroom window. ^ charge 

eemed. Saanlrii police arej rsiiae crack* to develop In the ^Ko la real fast on hla feet" ' 

iBvsstlgatlng (he damage. ' finished walls In future year*. 1 The near-drowning victim 


111 Monday without plea and 
without ball. 

The magistrate reruned to 


nn&trates how well they have 
done su 

New life has surged Into 
the old building at 560 Yates 
Bince that cold winter day 
when eight physically crlpplgd 
but spiritually whole persona 
ast down at their workbenches 
Since then a mountain 
goods clothing, furniture 
tools or “what have you’’— ha* 
been washed, scrubbed, re 
finished, pollahed. sewn, 
patched, nailed, tacked, sand 
papered, irmmed, (roned. 
cleaneil. redesigned and. moat 
imporianl of all. SOLD. 

, . . Sold at bargain price* ■ 
that still have allowed fa*l ' 
expanding Goodwill and It* 43' 
employee* to become self- 
supporting. 

. . . ."Self supporting when 24 
other cjoodwlll* of comparable 
sure In North America are 
subsidised by Ihe Community 
Cheat or other inleretied 
groups some as much as 
win *20 000 annually. 

These dedicated people, who 
are helping Ihemselve* by try 
ing to help the community, 
need donated goods to main 
tain their record of achieve 
menl. 

The filling of (hla nerd by 
generous resident* of Greater 
Vkiorta ha* been rerognlied. 
In the word* of Mr* Evelyn 
Lantont. Goodwill executive 
director 

“We attribute Ihe phenom 
enal succeas of Goodwill In 
Victoria to Ihe wholehearted : 
sympathy of (he people of| 
this area and some of Us 
organizations | 

•The vision of Goodwill ivaai 


handed over a valuable wrint 
watch and said' 

'Tve had a special bletslng 
In my life and I want to give 
this to Goodwill. It Is the only 
possession I have of any 
value “ 

Mia. Lament tried to refuse. 
Qf saying the watch was too 
valuable to give away- -even 
to (kiodwIU 

“Hui ; have hern led to give 
It do you." said tite misaionary- 
woman. who went on to ex- 
plain that she had recently 


awakened In the night and the 
name “GoodwtU" had flashed 
acroaa her mind's eye. 

“Please give It to someone 
or use Ihe money. I'll trust 
your judgment," the woman 
pleaded. 

The watch Is now a treas- 
ured possession snd some 
consideration Is being given to 
making H a symbol of Good- 
will *»»mewhal like the hlbllcat 
slory of the widow's mile 

A slogan Time For Good- 
will" has been suggested ai 
a result by one of the worker*, 
said Mrs. Lamoni. 

Another elderly woman 
came Into GoodwIU’a office 
recently and poured nut $2,7fl 
in pcnnjp* on the counter. 

•'I m a pensioner." she said, 
"and I've been saving this all 
year for Goodwill.” 

Mrs. Lamoni pointed out 
that there Is presently a 
heavy demand (nr goods, par* 
ticularly children's clothe*. 

Those who have articles to 
donate are asked to tak* 

' them to 5(10 Yale* or call 
EV 5-6791 and a truck wtU 
pick them up. 

‘In this way the public can 
say thanks (or a bountiful 
Christmas and Goodwili can 
again play Santa Claua In 
the low income families here 
who so desperately need the 
goods.'’ Mid Mrs. Lamoni. 


Seen in Passing 



MRS BETH WATTS 


Last Lighted Home Tour 
Will Be Made 


Tonight 


FlittI E.C. Eleriric boa toor al bomen de>cor* 
atad with Christman iiRhtinii wiO be ande loatehL 
B a nes will leave fnim the front at the BCC 
hnlfcnog. Pandora Avwaoe entrmiMO, at 7 p.m. Faren 
75 cents tor aduHa. S5 enofea for children 
12 . 


I was taken home by Colwood 
RCMP As soon as he got 
home be was parked off to 
bed. said hla tather. WlUlhaid 
Steinlechner. 

‘Tve warned him many 
times about playing at such 
places." he told the Colonist 
last night. 

“But I think he's learned hla 
lataon this time " 

Mr. .Steinlechner also said be 
was extremely grateful to hla 
ton's reacuera. 

“TTiey ara good men." he 
hM. "and I wouM tike to 
thank them very much." 


Mr*. Beth WaMa showing a 
fine Czech crystal vase. (She 
la co-owner and saleslady at 
a Fort Street Jewelry store. 
Her husband. Plillllp. is a B.C. 
Telephone Co. employee. There 
are (wo chUdren. JaHe, 10. 
and Gregory, 12. Her hobbtea 
are (..atin American dances 
and claaalrai music, i . Mr. 
and Mr*. Jim (#«le In Victoria 
for the holidays . . <*eorga 
Blrrb looking at photographs 
Mr*. Edwin WUnon doing 
a kind deed for a nelifhbor . . . 
U. Col. G. D. Rnaa Hmitli 
swapping Yorkshire stories at 
a cocktail parly Fred Rich- 

ardaon late (or a curling game 
.Max Farymi looking for a 
clgaret holder IJeuL Ted 

Hagarty serving mooae-milk 
R. H. Havnry slapping a 
taxicab in the tailfln with hla 
glove* as the vehicle scraped 
past him at an Inlergertlon . . 
Chartta ('hlaleit amoklng a big 
pipe D**e Rennie cutting 
the wind with hi* big red beard 


Bob’s Pals Played Santa for Him 


If Bob Ramsay were atlll 
alive he would have bought 
harutoome prenenta for his 
parents. Mr and Mrs John 
Ramsay. 960 Richmond Road, 
and hla IS-yenr-old brother, 
Peter. 

Bot Bqa goBapnad and died 
svhlle daanlng a rug In a city 


furniture store on Aug. 15 Snd 
('hrtalma* this year in the 
RamMy home had an empty 
spot Bob was 20 when he 
died. 

Rob's pala knew he liked to 
give nice gifts at ChrtatnuM 
and decided lo play Rants 
ClBU* themae l eea lo the Ram- 
■ly larafly this rhiiatmaa 

EJeven of them chipped la 


(hetr money and bought a 
llduor cabinet complete with 
all the flaaaea for Bob's par 
enis and am electric razor for 
peter 

erhiiatmas morning Dick 
Harwood dreaoed in a rented 
Santa Clause costume and 
with the other 10 boy* de- 
livered the gifta to the Ram* 
aay home. 


"Boh couldn't do H. So wo 
did for him what he would 
liked to have done." Bill Flfa^ 
a aperial friend of Bob’* mML 
Other (lienda included Don- 
ald Butler. David Finlay. Rob- 
en Marieaa. Garry Shepherd, 
f^rry Cunnhighm. Milton 
Ramoa ntnton Tyjdor. mu 
LAith and Oouglaa WUaoa. 


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18 olffnirt Vkt*ri». I.C. D#t 2», Its* 


ERSONAL 

A/TENTION 


bouquet Jind Ilower girj Judy illk Uflelt I«fthi«ned on prtn 
‘ ihort dreM re«B bne« wtth lliy-point 
Dcmums. ftierVM and • scalloped neck- 
rtwm. Mr. line of Chatelainr lace embov 
best man. aed with sequins and pearls. 
Jones and The long bouffant train fell 
brother of from a large bow in the bark 
•hers. chapel veil was held 

« with drange hloaaoms. White 

. . I roaes. red carnations and holly 

. 4 fwm$-r renen mvered a small while Bible. 


t^rlstmaa brides cnoosi 
Christmas colors and Salur 
♦Jay bride Miss Marjone Iff. 

Mooney was married to Sub. 

Ueut. Donald Bruce MacLeod f^ordon Eve. was 
in the traditional setting. and Mr. Le<mard 

White and rerf gowns and Mr Stanley Jones, 
flowers sparkled In the I'ere the groom, were i 
mony at Church of St. An^ 
drew, »MCS Naden 


orl''s St. Maiiln’s- 


Mrs Robert Saunders, Angeles, Calllomia. is visinng 
her sister, Mrs. Arthur Plnkoylon, Cook Street. 

* * * 

Mr Albert Hull and Miss Jessie Hull have as guest* at 
their Tran^Can^ Highway home their n.eces. Mrs. Kathleen 
Hsiet? lid iJu. jie Htllett. on an extended visit from 


St St, John s Anglican Church, headdresses and colonial bou 
MUs French is the daughter quels of holly and cand^ 
of Mrs John Edward French, striped carnations 
Epworth Avenue, and the late Fouryear-old flowergirl a.u 
, Mr French, and her groom niece of the bride was Psiric.^ 
the son of Mr and Mrs. Symonds In a while silk red 
* Norman E Adams of Chilli and green smocked dres.s will 

. wsek. B.C. rarnstlons. 

Miss Valentine, of 

neth Caulfield. B.C. performed the 

iffon ceremony In the fesflvely ■kHraH8Rff|89|8V|8|B 

1 )^ H decorated church. 
qued Iti marriage her 

brother-inlaw. Mr. Bruce 
hkirt. Cratnger of Chilliwack, the 
pUin bride chose a gown of white y 


DONT 


;ugf tell her you love her 
ehow her 


Columbia 


were fellow officers of the 

groom . _ 

The ircepllon was held in 
Naden's wanln>om where the 
newlywe*!* cut lhe»r cake with 
= :, » traditional .f-r^moniiU 
sword. 


Rain Holds No Terrors 


under the chin covers her hat. The 
large, gaily striped umbrella was 
carried h# most of ihe women as a 
dowTipour came early in the day. Miss 
Hemmingsen was a hidden hole win- 
ner. — (Colonist photo.) 


Portraying the typical costume worn 
bv women players in Colonist Chrisi- 
m*a« Tree golf tournament is Miss 
Anita Hemmingsen. Plastic water- 
proof jacket and skirt cover her 
woolen outfit and a plastic scarf lied 


^ Brown Bishop wedding SatunUy 
r. snd Mrs. Allyn Browm. Kelowna. 
Mstthewx. iJikc Oswego. Oregon; 
rd. Lxdysmlth. Mrs T .S. Nai^h 
ChilllwAck: Miss l^vs Alloit. .Se- 
Hoyd Bonde. Mr snd Mrs Cohn 
yer* Mr. snd Mrs Tolmsn. Mix* 
nd Mrs l-es Cobb. sU from Che 


lin or LOVE - ttw dtamofid hit 
ikrirt bMs tk« lysibol el twriistiiic 
hM. Is Its CoksnWi Tru-fll %tn>nt It 
tskss OS sddtd levtiiMSS and viiia. lor 
ktddofl btttMlh Ibt diirnond sr* two 
tisy built-M sponc units tkst kno ttw 
dsf ticurtly csstortd. uf* ae<] 
comlodiblo - ■ Cokimbt* sicKtsivt. 


ind carrying gaily Mrlped urn pared for the elements She 
biellaa the scene look on al wore a petite waterproof cov- 
moat a tropic resort llhision. erall and claimed that there 
Doreen Lanigan slim and were two pairs of sUckt under- 
dark, defied the threat of wet neath. 
weather in her costume that ENTER 

won hrr • prijo .. bojnj .ho ^ h„,dro,iwl win 

moat novel wShe wore sltrn Jims 

of bright Chn..Tn.. vrl- „„ novortholo., 

v,.^ ho.vy hnn hlVoTly In .ho momln, 

ond "P .nd .t.yod .1 ono of Iho n. 0.1 

White wool that reached to her «n•rtators 

knees al the hack and could be p„f^j,rs aa players 

seen swingmg Jauntily from 7j,e lOth they were 

aide lo side aa she played. .nri 

KMART Ol TUT Mpdwlrhea. On returning to 

j'eggy Mo.. re ws- another the rluhhouse they picked up 
who defied Hm- p.^^Mh^lll^ of ihetr gift of a cup and a^cer 
lain In ■ Htnaii wmtf , golfing fM»m the Hud.aon f Bay Com 


EASY TERMS 

NO C ARRYING 
C'HARt'-ER 


1917 DoukIm Htr<y>t 


lions. MUs Palsy 


powder blue 


^ANNUAL WINTER 


A Year-End Sale of Terrific Value* in 
Top-Quality loulie*’ Wearing Apparel 


TRIFOCALS 


Vos lee St dJ*roao»— cl aec'— o*»c ar mier- 
Biedloi* alfA t^e*s wiodsra few*, faquirs 
oboaf fhem from the ip*ciaii$t who s/cmiaei 
your e -f$. or from wither of oar tteo otftewt. 


Entire itock of higher 
quality winter coals. 


Medkal Arts Building 
IIM Pandora Avw. 


2Sa Harrow RuMdlng 

tM Fort Hleeet and 


HOME’S JANUARY 


LINGERIE CLEARANCE 

STARTS MONDAY ^ 

2070 OFF ill 


Wool drcxst*s from regular stock. 
Reg. $ 19.95 to ( 49.95 


REOllAB PRICKS ON 

• HOI’SECOATS 

• m^HTKKS 

• NCC.LIGEK SETS 

• l.X>l NOING 
PYJAMAS 

• PYJAMAS 

• RARV DOLLS 

• NIGHT GOWNS 


Hundreds of AII-OccaAkm Dresae* 
including 

FORMAU AND SEMI FORMALS 


ITS STOCK-TAKING TIME AT HOME — 
SO STOCK-REDUCING TIME 

Drastic Reductions on Many Discontinued 
Lines and Floor Samples 


Cimneee Bate of Foundattea Garmenia la broken 
ItaiM of g^rdtea, panty fftrdteo and mraatete at 
graatly radocad prlcaa. 


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’Tis the Season 
To Be Married 

Even the Christmns «*«wn with Its fwtivillea, 
turkey dinners and plum pudding does not stand in 
the way of the one aocla) function that knows no 
season. 

The churches of Victoria are brightly lit with 
candies and Christmas trees; holly, cedar and 
poinsettlas grace the altars and pews as December 
brides and grooms take their Vo\^s. 

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Here are some Victoria couples who have made 
this season the most festive of their lives. 



Carrjing a huge Ijouquct of roses. Mrs. Timothy 
Hives walks down the aisle of Saint Michael and 
All Angels' Church. Royal Oak. on the arm of her 
husband. She is the former Penelope Anne Searle. 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Smith. Royal. Oak, 
and her groom Is the .son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hives, 
Pipeline Road.— (Photo by Chevrons Studio.) 


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As her groom and officiating clergy- Elizabeth Birch, daughter of Mr. and 

man Rev. Douglas Carr look on. Mrs. Mrs. W. Birch, and her groom Is the 

M. H. I.^adley signs the marriage son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Leadley.— 
register at Centennial United Church. (Photo by Kandid Kamera.l 
Mrs. Leadiey is the former Bernice 


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On their way to their wedding reception are Mr. 
and Mnt. Archie t.awton Courlnali folloHing a 
ceremony in St. Mark's Anglican Church. The 
bride \s Kathleen Eli/al)eth. daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. W. H. Carver, (iorge Road West, and her 
groom is the grandson of Mr. H. J. (!ourtnall and 
nephew of Mis.« M. H. CourtnaU, Deal Street. — 
(Photo by Paul Joncas.) 


Club Sirocco following their marriage 
in the chapel at Jubilee Hospital. — 
(Photo by Chevrons Studio.) 


Sprinkled with snow-like confetti are 
newlyweds Mr, and Mrs. Ivan Elling- 
ton on their way to a reception at the 


Yards of lace and pleated tulle made up the bridal 
gown of Mrs. Ricard James Stone, pictured with 
her husband, following a ceremony in Centennial 
United Church. She is the former Marilyn Diane 
Riddler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Riddler 
and her groom Is the son of Mrs. I. Stone. Both are 
from Victoria.— (Photo by Paul Joncas.) 


Cutting their mse-topped wedding cake at Holyrood Houae are 
Mr. and Mill. C. Hopkins following a ceremony at St. Mary'a 
Church. Oak Bay. The charming bride, the former Marian Talt, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Curry of Victoria, wort as her 
"something oM" a 27-year-old . filigree tiara to hold her veil. — 
iPboto by Chevrons Studio.) 


Now reskllng on Ker Avenue U this Victoria bridal couple pictured 
at their reception in King Road Hall following a ceremony in St. 
John's Anglican Church. They are Mr. and Mji. D. 0‘Coffee. The 
pretty bride is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pandray, Pem- 
broke Street.— (Photo by Chevrons Studio.) 


Hand in hand. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Thomas Heal cut their wed- 
ding cake at a reception in the Orange Hall following their 
marriage in Gorge Prebyterian Church- The pretty bride is the 
former Dianne Milts, (laughter of Mrs. Agnes Steele. Admirals 
Road The newlyweds are living on Tolmie Avenue.— (Photo by 
Chevrons Studio.) 













Mother Has 
Third Set 
Of Twins 


STARTING 
9 A.M. 
MONDAY 


Vl.EtX'O. lUly (l'rl> — 
Anita BrtuMwI^lIl jav* blrlli 
Ui Iwir third aet of twin* In 
nve yrarm. All «*«r* roporUd 
doing ftno. 

Th# two boy» brought to 
of Mr*. 


Open All Day Wednesday 


nttmbrr 


of thorn, thr thr« oeU of 
twin* and n alngW boy. w^n 
iMcn during thr loot fW« 


Salt Spring 
Group Elects 
President 

GANCES — Mr» G H. 
Holmra waa rarlecied prral 
dent at the annual meeting of 
the Sail Spring Inland Woman’* 
Auxiliary 
Other 


"Tup’ Is Included in llol 

Koldpn Iflbrartor. is definitely in- 

festivilies at the home of Mr. and Elizabeth pon 

vhitl Drake. St. Charles Street. — tPhoto by 


Other otftcera: Mra. E. 
Worthington. Mra. W. Norlorv 
Mrs W. M. Palmer. Mra. Har 
old Price. Mr* H Ashley Mix* 
Agne* Wheeler. Mr*. V. 1- 
J*ck*on. Mr*. A. W Barber. 
^Ir* J- Surtees. Mr*. W 
Eagle*. Mr*. S. P. Beech. Mr* 
¥- L. Baker and Mr*. J. Byron. 

The next meeting wUi be 
held on Friday. Jan. 9 


Brown ■ Bishop 


Heirloom Used 
To Cut Cake 


Come to and eoa 
THK FIB8T 
VERTICAL BIJND8 

t* 

>aolin VNttlaii Hind 

111 Fort atroet EV 


nn Landers 


1 »ucge*t >ou alt down with U«ing a h 
the miser and Intwl on an heirltwm ilh 
illowance a* of now. II he Saturday n< 
reluse*. »ee • Uwyer about a Mr*, t^vid 
separation. Perhaps when he their weddlr 
learn* he may have to aupporl House. 

(WO bounehold*. he'U change The helrl 
hi* tune. Mr*. Browr 

- — Jewile iPci 

Dear Ann: I have never read mother. Mi 
• letter In your column from and her gn 
a contented »tep-chlld. Step^ W. Forwan 
father* uxually are pictured a* gixh 

vlllalna who lake mamma* 
away from kid* Chemainua. 

The letter 

want to write lo you wa* 
the Widow, age I 
to remarry L_- 
werc agalnat it. 
children "could never 


Sill[ 5penafiiU Smee 1903 


IIM Dougiaa Htreet 
Phone EV 44M1 


fte%. to $139.00 

SALE PRICED 

*36'* to *69“ 


Roy L. BUhop of 
. B.C, waa married 
that made me in an evening ceremony at St. 

*- /ru -"-3 from George the Martyr Church to 
34. She wanted David Allyn Brown, ton of Dr. 
but her children ^nd Mr*. AUyn Brown of 
She aald her Kelowna. B.C, 

Mr. Brown la a member of 
the Colonist editorial staff. 

Rev. wniiam HIU* performed 
the marriage in a ChrUtma* 
setting of cedar, holly, pine 
cones and red and white car- 
nation* 

For her marriage, the lively 
dark haired bride chose a full- 
length gown of mow white 
velvet fashioned very simply 
with a full skirl and long lUy 
Her sweetheart 
arcen^eil with * 
high lucked bodice that ex 
(ended lo a deep V In the front 
of the «klrl A dalniy seed 
pearl coronet held In place s 
plain fingertip veil, and she 
carried an armful of red roae* 
and while carnation*. 

Mr*. Ove Will, mairon of 
hortor; Mix* Joan Bishop. »lX' 
(er of the bride, and Mias Bar- 
bara Eldred were all gowned 
In Chri»ima* red velvet styled 
on prince** line* with rounded 
neckline* and little red velvet 
accented by red 


Rpr. $16.96 to $76.00 

SALE PRICED 

sgoo S3900 


Iheiex no reason for ua 10 Me said bed do 

bvp like thi*. everything In hlx power to be 

How dors a woman get out ^ rfaddy’ at pox 

of me beggar das* after 10 

>Pm^r How can '‘'j*' wax a wonderful lather 

her dignity? Please tell me— ^ 

ASHAMED. J could have loved him 

♦ ♦ * more Now that I'm married 

You're so articulate when H away from home I'm ao 

fomex to p*prex.sing >oorxelf happy knowing my mother has 
on paper, too had you’re In aometme wUh wh««m lo share 
capable of uttering these nf^ and that she I* not 
words to your husband, who loncly 

SHOULD be getting the ear letter. Ann, II 

ful you think II may help some 

No woman ‘or mani should jj, have a belter under 

have lo beg his male for a DAUGHTER 


NYLONS 


(HpamlpAs appeal) 
for New Year’s Eve! 

They’ve the kind of film that makes your legs a picture 
bare as your pretty back . . beckoning as your 
beam al the stag line. In glamour shades of South 
Pacific. Shell. Aloha. In the-Plnk. Pawpaw. Rouge. Samoa 
snd Topai. Sites to 11*4. 

aeamlcM pUin or mesh, with 
reinforced heel and toe. Per pair 


Reg. $39.95 to $149.(M) 

SALE PRICED 


bandeaux 
feathers. Their bouquet* were 
white chryaanthemuma. 

Acting a* beat man wa* Mr. 
Ovr Wilt, with Mr. Ted Harrix 
and Mr. Ted fy^arkleford 
ushering the guests lo their 
seat*. 

More than 90 guests attended 
(he wedding rerepilnn at Holy 


A Limited Number of 


Sill( SptctalitlM 5»nL< 1903 


ReK. $59.60 


list Douglas Street 
PbofM EV 44MI 


(’hooae a popular, lightwclRfit coal 
from thLx clearance group that ift- 
dudes all xlzes and moat ahadea. 


CLEARANCE OF 


STARTS MONDAY 


CLEARANCE SALE 


Short and Diarontinued IJnea of 
Men'* and Women's 


Warner's 
Merry Widow or 
Good News Bras 


Reg. lo 119.95 

SALE PRICED 


SAVE UP TO 


Why feel hapleaa In a medtocre 
itraplea* T Or uncomfortable ? 
Wamer'a evening bra* don’t Mve 
to pul on the preaaur* to be pow- 
erful . . . they do It vrith gentle 
persuaakm from below. Get your 
alxe now. 


UDIES 

WEAR 


OPEN AU. DAY WEDNESDAY 


LEWIS 


STORE 


SHOE 


7S1 roRT ST. — !!•}■« Bind. 


708 VIEW-Hti DoaglM 





Balln O^olonlit Vkt«fU, l.C., Su.. Dw. IMI 21 



TO Knmts 


■KRESGE’SI 


CLEARANCE SALE 


(Jlfii ate jUirtln* lo pUr up walking (w»lkln*?i. 

already lor the ^tr*l baby of plua a hat (or the new father 
19f» in Greater VlclorU. when hla head geia back lo 
Meichania have already an- normal aize. 
nounced a total of $20 in gift coniributoi-a wno plan to 
rertlflcatea. pliia a pair of « 

baby bool tees, plua a pair of ^ ,,,^1 ,n orbit are Cun- 


Htyle aketched 
Slim line riutch 
ruat In luairoun 
aeaiakin. A aeaaon 
hlghtllght mat’ 
n.-v 1‘tM'. 


IN A FABULOUS SELECTION 


Fownhope Correspondence Tyke 
Club held Ua first Chriatmaa we«r. 
party ret'ently at 1321 Rock- 
land Avenue, the home of H. 
llloka, when Mra. J. Lee and 
Mra H. Chopf acted aa co* 
hoateaaea. A piugram of gamea 
and muatc was enjoyed. MtM 
Florence Phllkmoia who acted 
at pianitl waa the guest of 
honor. Supper table* were deco- 
rated m the Yuletide theme. 


BETTFR 


aEBVKE 


RADIO 
A TV 

IV 


ACTIVE 


t«a cooa IT. 


PRICE! 


BuIiMt Skirt 

The popular aktrt In a rJanre 
drets of Canadian viacoae 
velvet banded with groa- 
grain ribbon. The camiaole 
top emphaaUes the import- 
ance of low decolleiage - a 
faahlon highlight for '59. 


YEAR END 


LADY ANNE 
FEATHER PILLOWS 

Sterilized 

Size approx. 18x38" 


FOAM IRONINfl BOARD 
PAD AND SILICONE 
COVER 


Never before have we offered a half 
price sale of r1rcs*rv hut heie it la 
and what a *«le it iv Inn ,\n mailer 
what kind of dre«.t \ou have in mind, 
you'll find it heie in this «iut.>iai.dinj: 
group. Ore^aea here Iorevot\ rwcasion 
for allemtMin. fr*i bu^iine-*. for 
dr(*t«-v rM'ca>HIl>n^ Ku*a\ friH\ «>r 
mure laitoied all iMtc.v are hcr'e in 
a liosi of beautiful ^tvles and In Uiene 
mo».i wanted enUus Pivk >tioi dier^a 
rill Monday pick |1 uid at HALF 
It?: regular price And remember - 
U. e were not bought %fteiiaU> for 
thi« Sale But ALL aie our tegular 
•lock. 


'lantiary 
Cleamnce 
Price 
You Pay 


Onr 

ReKuUr 

OreM 

Pricet 


Sale Price 


Sale Price 


POLY. PLASTIC 
DRAPES 

Floral meah. 

1 panel*, aize 54x84' 


PLASTIC RUNNERS AND 
MATCHINO DOILIES 

Runnera, Ot%^ 

vxrr . » foi fcW 


Sale Price 


IS" Doiliea 4 for 


FLORAL COTTON 
DECORATIVE 
CUSHIONS 

Aaanrted floral patterns. 
Size approx. 17*tXl7S" 


Hundreds of Dresses to Choose From for Every Occasion! 


POLY. PLAHIC 
RUNNERS AND 
MATCHINO DOILIES 


Here’s the COAT EVENT THAT ROCKED THE TOWN! 


Runnera. 18x45' 


Sale Price t 

Reg. 98r 


IS" l>oiliea 8 for 


COTTON TEA TOWELS 

Colored border* 

Size approx. IBxSfT' 

’ 1 .00 

Reg. 49r ea<-h 


CHILDREN'S 
INTERLOCK T-SHIRTS 

A«*r»ried colors. 
Sizes 4. 6. 8 


Hale Price < 

Reg. 9fir 


LADIES’ 

COTTON DRESSES 

A**oried print* and floral 
deaign* Size* 14 to 20 and 
38 to 44 


HAZEL BISHOP 
N0-$MEAR LIPSTICK 

l.Atest shades 


if CiRSaWViA* 


Sale Price 


Pretty Peta 

Embroider these gay para- 
keet* in colors that "SING"' 
They re heppy accent* for a 
•et of gift "ihow" tmvela or 
dlneiie cloth. 

Everybody * favorite pet — 
the busy parakeet In simple 
•fShmidery. Pattern 8rti. 
transfer of 6 mnilfa 5Sx6*s 
to 7x7 Lt Inches 

Sent] thirty-five rent* i3Sr 
In coin* tatamp* cannot be 
accepted! for this pattern to 
The Dally Coloniat Needle- 
crafi Dept . GO Front Street 
West. Toronto, Onl. Print 
plainly pattern number your 
name and addre«*. 


IN OUR STORE STARTING MONDAY! 


CAR WASHINB 
BRUSH 

Equipped with water eon. 
trol valve Makes car 
washing easy 


CHILDREN’S 
CORDUROY OVERALLS 

Bib front, assorted color*. 
Sizes 2. 4. 6. 


Never, no never itefore have we offered such A sen- 
MllonnI value in mat.*. ImaRine . . . you ran pick 
out ANY coal fiYim mir laiRe and heaiilifiil tUork 
. . . take S2(i off (he rciful.ir piire tag. and thal’x 
the price you pay. VVhal greater January' .Sale value 
.could we offer than ihiK. Our complete slock is on 
Rale ... so chcKwe the finest in materials, the 
rirhesi colors, the moat advanced xtyles at S2u less 
than regular price. Our coat department has lw»en 
humming ... so we advise early shojiping for the 
best selection! 


Here's How Simple This Plan Works! 


Hale Price i 
Reg. 98c 


Half Price 


Regular Price 


1100 DOI GLAS ST. 

tt* for New Year Cards simI Party Favor* 


Regular Price 


Choose From 


• Polished hlarka 


• Imported Iweeda 

• INincgal Iwrfdt 

• Hfml and 
cashmere 


• Silvertone 
fleeces 


# Fur fabric* 


$20 Off All Regular Prices — 45.95 to 79.95 


# Tuxedo fruoU 


• Tapered aleevea 


OUTSTANDING CLEARANCE IN LINGERIE, SPORTSWEAR 


MON. to SAT. 
9 lo 6 P.M., 
FRIDAl 
0 to 9 P.M. 


BAN-LON SWEATERS 

PULLOVERS CARDIGANS 


DUSTERS 


LINGERIE 


The famnuA Ran- 
Ixin sweater* . . . 
Thty're soft and 
warm, in 10 beau- 
tiful paste] rolora. 
What a buy ihi* is! 


• nxL SUPS 

• HALF HUPS 


Beaijllful duAlet* In *aieen«. 
silkie*. i-niiona and vrulpluted 
nylrtna. Fabulr>ua value here! 


HUNDREDS OF BLOUSES 


All R4*KUlar 2.98 


Assorted print*, nylona. Terv- 
lenea. decur* in ahnii and 
Bleev* ledglhs. Tailnred. nr 
dressy Riyles . . Including 
rbemise and overblnuse*. A 
great selection of stylet and 
colors. 


ALL-WOOL SKIRTS 


Full and H slips In nylon, assorted trim* 
Baby doll pyjamaa in jeraey prlnls and 
nylon. Waltz and full-length gowns In 
nylon and Jeraey prints, TYw greatest 
vanity of beautiful lingerie you've ever 
seen all at one low sale price . . . 


Plains arul checks In all wnni 
tweedy back-wiape. sheaths, 
unpresaed pleat* . . . they re 
all here In abundance. And 
what a ■election of styles and 
colors too’. 


(One Block up from the Empreu) 

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YEAR 


PRK'ICS EFFECTIVE 
Mooday. TurMUy and WMnesday 
l>fc«>ntb<>r 29, SO, SI 


TANG’S 

JANUARY 


CLEARANCE 

CHILDREN’S COATS 


UBBVS FANCV 


48<oz. 
Tins . 


Mixed Pickles 


CHKISTU:*S PIJMN 


scctEtenU plagued Greater Vic- 
toria police from midnight 
Chrlalmas E^e to early yea 
terday morning hut damaRe 
to vehicles waa generally 
light, 

Kmergency wards at both 
Royal Jubike HoapUal and 
St. Josephs Hospital were 
kept busy with minor ln]uries. 
lew of them caused by road 
acridents. 


1HU3 Chambers, was admitted 
In Royal Jubilee Jlospital 
alKJUi 9 p m. Boxing Day and 
was teleaAed yesterday after- 
noon 

Joseph Tharratt of Cliff- 
sjile post office, treated at .SI. 
Joseph's lluspilal for facial 
laccraiions suffered m a car 
cra#.h in Langford on Boxing 
Day. and Mrs. Freda McNab. 
ai, of 933 Wychbury. released 


Mb. 

CnrtoD 


Sizes 4 to 6x. 
Reg. $21.96 to $29 95. 
SALE 


OiUENTAl> SWEET 
MEDU M 


KING OSCAR 


f^-Ib. Carton 


McLaren *s 


ORIENTAL SWEET 

Cocktail Onions 


KRAFT 


Fancy, 16-0*. 
Kent iar 


Qi kf:n charlotte 


DICK’S PRE-JANUARY SALE OF 


BEALECT FANCY 


UBBY’S KINO SIZF: 


GOLD SEAL FANCV WHITE 


JELLY DEflSERT 


Potato Chips 


Lar^e 
14-0*. Rax 


IGA TableRite QUALITY MEATS 


TableRite 


PRIME RIB 


Clearance 
Price 


OVTIN-BEADV FZVTSCERATED 


Half or Whole, Ib. 


Florida 


Medium to Small 


IGA FOODLINER NORM’S IGA PORTER’S IGA 

S47J Ql^DBA rr „0. CRAIGFUWl* ED. WO CADEOEO BAY BD 


New Bed Sheets 
Never Need 
Ironing! 


woNTRSACt Woman all nver 
Canada will ba happy at tha 
n«ws that Dominion Textila 
Company, makers of famous 
Tex-mada sheets and pillow 
cases, havs created the first 
Canadian sheets that dry 
smooth and ne»»r need Iromnf. 

Called ‘'Masicarr," -iheis 
new no-iron theeU by Tex-mada , 
atay smooth and wrinkle-frec j 
without irormg, thanks In an 
axriutiva nme p r ocess that also 
keeps tha sheets free from per- 
apiration odors and reaistant 
to mildaw. 

Not only are new “Magicare" 
aheeia by Tex-mada tha easiest 
sheets to wash, but they dry in 
half the time of ordinary sheets. 
This ia trua whsthar hurui on 
the Una or tunbla-driad in auto- 
matics. 

A apaelsl featura of 
*’Maxieore'' sheets la tha axclo- 
aive permanent eanlrr-fold 
whmh allowi homemakera to 
save bsd-malunc tine. 

Lika all Tex-mada quality 
aheeia. “Mafieora” briiMra con- 
sumers extra vaiuM of more 
Inches in langth and mors I 
th rends per inch. Shnnkaga is 
siabtUawl. 

AenlUbl# now. '‘Hagicare” 
shatJ will be sold at *’WhiU 
BaW prtaaa dnnac tha month 
af JiSMsary at ataraa nil onr 
* Cnandn. 


Clearance Price 


22 (CollillW Vklaria, I.C, 5m.. Da<- 28, I»58 


Holiday Thieves ! 
Rob Coffee Shop 

About $27 in bills and silver 
was stolen from Johnny's 
Coffee .Shop, 859 Fort, over 
the Christmas holiday. 

The shop was entered 
through a transom over the 
frrmt door and the thief or 
thieves left by the rear door. 

The crime was discovered 
at 130 p.m Boxing Day. 


■ II dr)'ing out now. and they | 
shouldn't be left too long. They 
rapidly become s fire hazard 
■s they dry." 

Among the Injured were' 
Three year old EUlen Ash 
fnore, 1024 Transit, in xatia- 
factory condition In Royal 
Jubilee Hospital yexicrday 
suffering from a broken col- 
larbone and iaceraUon.v sus- 
tained Bfjxlng Day when she 
was injured by a chr driven 
by a Juvenile on the roadway 
oulblde her home. 

.Mrs. James Pston and her 
•on. James. 3130 Jacklin. minor 
facial and arm Injuries about 
12.5 a.m. Chrlstmea Day when 
their car was Involved In a 
triple collision on Trans- ! 
Canada Highway. Just west of 
Burmlrle. 

Laveme Donald Stllbom. 21. 
of HMCS Naden. chest and leg 
Injuries at 2 45 a m Dec 2.5 
When ihe car he was driving 
collided with a power pole near , 
the Rock Bay Bay Slreei inter 
se<'iion. 

Ills condition waa reported 
■s "good ' at Naden Hospital, 
yc'-icrday 

.Mrs Jessie Mlllt. 2512 Doug- 
las. injuries lo her left arm at 
7.30 p m. Christmas Day when 
the collapsed while wailing for 
a bus A spokesman for St. 
Joseph's Hospital yesterday 


Police^ Virenwn (f lad^ 


Keep Fingers Crossed 


(’.hrislmas Quiet, Safe 
Hop New Year s Same 


Greater VlctorUi enjoyed one 
of the quietest and safest 
Christmas periods ever this 
year, with no fatal accidents, 
no persons s*erlously Injured 
and only one fire of any con- 
sequence. 

Now oollce and fire officials 
are keeping Ihelr fingers 
crossed for the New Year’s 
Day holiday. 

Ten persona were treated In 
Greater Victoria hospitals as 
a result of holiday accidents 
and five were arrested and 
charged with Impaired drlv 
Ing 

A rEsh of minor traffic 


reported her condition waa 
Lgoud. 

'I'wo-and-a-half-year-old Don- 
ald Sioim. 627 Manchester, 
deep gash In the forehead Dec. 
26 while playing with other 
children. He was discharged 
from St. Joseph's Hospital 
after treatment. 

I Aaron O'Brien. 734 Hum- 
boldt. taken to Velerana' Hos 
' pltal at 4.15 p.m. after he had 
i phoned city police and re- 
ported he was suffering a 
heart attack. His condition 
ye.sterday was reported as 
I ••satisfactory''. 

Another heart attack auf 
I . r. ...» •n nt 


two-day holiday— *11 of themj 
on Christmas Day. 

At 11 azn. firemen attended 
to some power lines shorting 
and burning at Hampshire and 
I • : ' ' ' an oven 

George A. Dufour. 619 Transit. 

The only serious fire 
occurred st 11.45 p.m. when a 
chimney blaze at the home of 
C. W. Tubbs. 2741 Foul Bay 
Road, spread between the 
stucco Wills of the house. 


Part of one wall had lo be 
chopped away so fir«men 
could extlngtilsh the fire. 

Oak Bay firemen also 
answered a call at 230 a.m. 

- -lerday, to 2046 Chau^r 

switched on and had over- 
heated. 

Langford Volunteer fire bri- 
gade answered a call Christ- 
mas morning when residents 
smelled smoke, but no fire 
could be found. 


Both Victoria's Chief Con 
stable John Riackslock and > 
fire Chief James Bayllss 
praised Greater Victoria citi- 
zens for the good safety rec- ! 
ord over the holidays. 

"It waa very good, traffic 
troubles were light." Chief 1 
Blacksrock said last night. 'T [ 
tusr hope ir will he as safe 
bver the New Year's holiday." 

' Chief Bayllss also iasued a 

t ote of caution. 'T am very ; 

appy about the lark of fires 
over the holidays ' he said, 
"but we ihouJdn't get com ] 
placent. I 

•The Christmas iree.s are 


from the hospital after treat 
mcnl for a minor injury fol 
lowing a crash the same day tn 
F«<<ulmalt 

Two men Injured Christmas 
Eve in traffic aecldenta were 
yesterday reported to be In 
good condition 

Most seriously Injured was 
Harold Frederick Learhman. 
1726 Taylor, who suffered a 
broken arm. dislocated hip 
and a head injury. He is in 
satisfactory condition at St. 
Joseph's Hospital. 

, Only Oak Bay fire brigade 
I reported any fires over the 


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the detail and finish are what you’d expert to 
see In eoaU twice this price, fi* them and ho 
convinced. In rolon of royal. bUrJt, rad, teal« 
brown and sand. Mses $ to M. 


Values Vp to $89.75 
A< the C'lean-l'p Price of $19.00 


Values to 49.75 


Clearance Price 29.00 


Approximately 100 Coats 
Are Featured 


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u»4«j. om. It. ifsa 


Tfirp e»?Vfff?on Con ferenc^ 


■Armed Revolt Against Chinese 


Trim 


like Old Days in Vaudeville 

j 

BKKUN (AP)— Comediao Bob Hope enter- 
Uined American troops in West Berlin Saturday 
night with barbs at the Russian troops that sur- 
round the city. 

*‘lt’K quite a feeling to be surrounded by hoslila 
fa c ^ like being back in saudeville.** he said. 


muuntaln-lop nsilon, may ae^ In the past two months, but 
asylum In India. numerous smallscale actions 

The report* came from New have occurred 
Delhi. Cak'utta, Bhutan. Kal- Natlonallat Chinese source* 
mandu Kalimpong, Darjeeling qi, Formosa claimed that the 
and smaller hill cltle* near the Tibet revolt also ha* spread 
Tibetan border. lo four province* In Northwest 


TOKYO tUPIi -Reports fll lst rule. They aaid 65.000 per- 
lerlng out of remote "^bel Indl- sons had been killed In the 
rated today the tiny, ancient months long fighting. 

The reports aald the Dalai 


NICOSIA iReuteni -Arch- 
bishop Makarlos Saturday 
called for “new Initiatives'' to 
aolve the Impasse over Cy- 
prus' luture. 


SERVING YOUR COMMUNITY 


nation I* waging an armed re- 
volt against Chinese Commun- Lama. spiritual leader of the 


Airliner 1 urns Back 


meeting on the dispute. 
Mskahos said he la not against 
such talks. 

“We gratefully ar-cept the 
presence at the conference of 
Greece. Turkey and other 
countries on an equal basis." 
be aald. 


refugees aaid the large.sl flare 


have seized key pusltiuns and 
forced Communists Into the 
mountains, they aald. 


'fvnerol CSspel sf kom' 


up came in the August-Oclober 
period when the proud Khamba 
tribe In the eastern province of 
Kham revolted. 

They said about 50,000 Chi- 
nese Reds were killed. Tibetan 
death estimates ranged from 
5.ono to 15.0l)0. 

The Communists tacitly ad- 
mitted they were having 
trouble in Tibet when they an- 
\ nounced that they were dHay- 
Ing imposition of their heavily 
I critii'i/ed people's commune 
aysiem in that country. 

There apparently has not 
been any large-scale fighting 


#8nbs \ 

HMTIIIV UWTU \ 
Mtwttn'al ' sf CAmms 


The couple. Mr. and Mrs N. 
Walters of Vancouver, arrived 
at the airport soon after the 
Montreal-bound flight had 
taken off The pilot was asked 
to return when the plane was 
20 minutes out. 

Mr. Wallers told airline 
officials his son was critically 
111 in a Saskatoon hospital 


VANCOUVER t CP) -Peter 
Torp. 70-year-old watchman at 
a Canadian Legion hall, 
frightened off two would-be 
early Saturday 


■ j VANCOUVER ICP) — A 

' Trans-Canada Air Lines' Vis- 
I count airliner, with 36 pas- 
sengers aboard, returned to 
I Vancouver airport 40 minutes 
after take-off Saturday night 
to pick up a couple flying to 
the bedside of their son In 
ARCHBISHOP MAKARIOS Saskatoon. 


CHICAGO <AP) — A whop- 
ping 400 per cent Increase 
In parking meter looting is 
costing the city $2i000 a week 
In revenues and threatens the 
entire parking meter pro 
gram, the auperiniendenl of 
the cUy bureau of parking 
aald Saturday. 


8A7«n)B 

Mortuar> IJmlied 

caiaM* 

Q«*ar* *1 •••rta e»ra 

ltr«*l 

Yawru. a.c rt s-nii 


HANDS 

•^Mrai Ck*s«l ml 
Soi**' 

FMtlk Stratt at 

SiSaa* *««. 

SMat? a<I * 

SMaay 4IS 


safecrackera 
after throwing an axe at one 
of (hem He was slightly cut 
over one eye when one of the 
burglars charged him. 


HANDS 

Taaarat ikaaal at 
Haalhar' 


THE STORE FOR MEN 

Bening Victorians Since 18SS 


To the mother of 
Greofer Victoria's 
first baby born in 
1959 

STYLERITE 

will present a 

PAIR OF 
BABY SHOES 


Presents 

THE ROYAL STETSON 
Hat Trick!" 


For each father of the 
HRST BABIES of 
both Jubilee and St 
Joseph's Hospitals — 

Royal Stetson 
of His Choice 


The First Baby of 1959 will Receive this Grand Array 
of Gifts from Victoria’s Welcoming Merchants 


QUALITY SHOES FOR 
EN . . . WOMEN and CHILDREN 


This contest Is open to residents of Greater Victoria — babies bom in St. Joseph’s and Jubilee 
Hospitals qualify. Have your doctor state the exact time and place of your baby’s birth, 
sex, weleht and name, plus the parents’ name and address. Send this information to the 
Advertiionj; Department of thi.s newspaper as socm as possible. The baby bom FIRST on 
January 1st. 1959, will be declared the winner of our “First Baby Contest.’’ 


Happy Feet Make Happy Faces 


Winner Will Be Announced in This Paper January 3rd 


ON DOl GI^.S 


1464 DDI'GIAH, *1 Johnson 


Phone kVO-MlS 


Wi’ri Htpinf Ur TRIPLETS 


because 


IF TRIPLETS 

ARE BORN JAN. 1st, 1959 


-When 

Servtcn 


AND — If they're boys . . . and 
you name them Maurice. Barley 
and Bruce, 


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1107 Douglaa HI. Phone RV S-smS 


H Quality 
I Count" 


Inrlttdlng TV and Antenna 
FOR NOTHIN' 


^ OUR GIFT TO 
I THE FIRST 
I BABY OF 1959 


We Will Send a Ixively 
Fti»ral Arrangement 

Wiih congraiuiaiiont and 
best wishes to the mother 
and the new arrtvaL 


To the rimt hahy horn In 1M§ 
• . . even If It's one llllln 
girl ... we will present a high 
rhalr free . . , with our best 
wishes to the happy family! 


I A SIO.OO Merchandise 
I Certificate with our very 
I best wishes to baby and 
I parents! 


BARLEY 


BRUCE 


Chonae baby's need* from our complete atock of 
layeiiet hahy clothes and arcesaories. blankets, bunt- 
ings, bottlea. shawls, toys and (olletrlei. 


900 DOrGlJ\8 


PHONIC KV i-05M 


Tyke-n-Teen 

The Original Children's Shoe Store 

Welcomes the First Baby 
of 1959 


I^^Tappy Parents of the 


The liny winner 
wtll receive a gift 
of a pair of walk- 
ing ahoes from nur 
atock of Infanta' 
and children's fine 
footwear . . . 


FIRST BABY OF 1 959 ^ 

’ s 

SS.OO Merchandise Scrip 


^ tor your tavonie pnwip ^ 

Best Wishes to 1959's FIRST BABY 

In Greater Victoria 

With oar conicratulatioaa Roea a Gift Certificate 
for Five Dollaim. Call on your Cunningham Drug 
Stores to fill all of your baby needs . . . medically- 
approved products for baby’g cleanliness and con- 
tinued good health 


which mmy be aiied at Any of the storeo on 
thU page . . . with the compliroeoU of 


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BorQOin Basement 

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New* John Sharps 
hew* Jtdm aharp* 


T\'. RADIO. BAIXai 
AND HRR5irr. 


TV. RADIO. RAIJSS 
and BRRVK'E 


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la U ' modal*, an fuaraMe*4 
I Prlr*d trom 


VtaK. Happy Gane 
Happy Gan* tAiuman 
Family Now I Aik 
AMk KsnOergariOTi 

jJaha tmenan. Newa 
I ea'w anc ttarnw 


NEW MARCONI 

COkfBINATlON RADIO AND 
■ tCOND PLATMI 


BUTLER BROS 


New* Met-uer 
hew* R-iMtdiN 
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New* Ria m di ip 

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New* Fuwia 


KING TV & RADIO Ltd 

Haw at icn Pcmi'** IL 
Opfwaiu Cddy a 
KV4NU 


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St*- 'L'l.ia* H'Kna 
Me*** Rtdnng NoBM 

Nev.* Saiey 
Squ a re IMnr* 

CuC Newt SiMMilua 


Trade* 


OauMrt. Roundup 
NOTIdar TTne 


Victoria Delto Electric 
Ltd 

TU CaruMrssi NT «-T4U 


Lilia Syvkimuniee 

HallfAi CcevcOTl 
play Muau- 
Sand* on Parad* 
New* eeaturm 


CUUNUIO 


A ^ NEED A SMALL RADIO' WS 
f ns ha** M uaad w*,iiathmi*e* pri'*d 
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Varor TV new rwMKH* Oa*ea 
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ford AW> fOTMOTg* 

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MiNtr OTI 
Repanar. 
*•',«* 
Recital 


•ICViUBI mm4 
MaT«>R4ir(lJ9l 


•El BSE OThcc-. aouaia^Nr* 
July OT OTOT Carl Jakn KV>srm 


OOTranieu* 

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You can learn W Ola* the 
MONO artan ta •out f^^n 
No nbUaatiOB W fcuT. Pull 
at KATUN S 

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1 T. EATON CO. 


1 Phone EVaTl4i 



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PLIMLEY 

CAR 


DEXTA 

wiu 

DELIGHT 

YOU 

MAVttBW flTRtrrT * WaOJAMt 
tMiM4 

nil DiKMilM tl W VM0 


Compliments 
Of The 


NATIONAL 

MOTORS 

START THE 
NEW YEAR 
RIGHT 
IN AN 

A 1 USED CAR 


SMALL CARS 


SPEEDWAY 

MOTORS 

T rodes on The 
Amazing 
Volkswagen 


PARENTS? w'rarr •EUiCT 

AW SStf»V^ « “!v~S 

SCHOOL BOfOKR AMD DU M | tNI (IRKA-nn VlCTOfl 

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LBATHBft OOOUB IlSI DOUULAB. |>r«(«y wbiu fV. reauj 
AND S«1 OUK NBW OTJCOKpl- 
TIOHALLT OOAaANTKID MO- 
SKIM SCHOOL BINDERS 
WE ALSO REPAtR SCHOOt 
BINDERS PROPEBBIONALLY. « 

JOHNSON . 

LEATHER GOODS LTD 

nil DeuflM 81 

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M AOBTIN BBDAN 

bM petteci 


CENTRE 


THANKS 


•• VANOUARO BBDAN. 
at{«ly hrpi 


To All From The 
Management 
and Staff 

SHIP CHANDLERS 
, IMcOUADE'S) LTD. 


SERVING VICTORIANS 
SINCE 1893 


TriM^mBASA HI ghwe y OR^MS* 

CUT* T-lioNTM-OUJ CMIMUA- 
hue Bupp‘« EV l‘MS4 
TWn rMNTKR PttP* * AWJNTWL 
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Tbe Menu«W«bt uM BiAn 

ROBINSON'S 

DM BROAD KT EV 1 1 


BUTLER BROS, 
SUPPLIES LTD, 

Veur 

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Sura uaS In>iuitrUl 

DEALER 


BUICE l-Oeur Heiillop 

Xi. .. $2395 

PORO TM<Mw One owner, 
low 


IMi tURLEY-DATIDRON 
IMl HARLBT-OAVIDROR 
ID-t BRA IM CC 

IMS TRTXmPB Tva 

leM BSA Do 


91 t’HICKft. rOULTBY, 
BATCHUiG E(i08 
AND St'FFLU!2» 


$1475 


46 CHEV SEDAN 


cxjMiwru. MW prVaM. «*iCM w 

ruM uioeo. UK e-iua ut OR >-AUL 

Tr^aAT*l*AY FOR LIVE POJJU 
try Victunn i^Atl(n EV »-0Ml 


Woodward s 

USED APPLIANCE AND 
PUNNITURl BHOWKOOUB 
WISH EVrSYOKE 

Compliments of the 
Seoson 

Ranete Weebrrt R«4I«. TV, 
Rclrivvreinrt. Parntlute 
end WhHeweo'I. Nr* Unpelnieil 
PiirsKurr 

779 Pondoro EV 2-8932 


PRIENDB AND PATRONS 
WE EXTEND 

Best Wishes and 
Seoson's Greetings 

Menecemeni end Siell 

SURFACING PRODUCTS 

ft MARINE BDPin4J» LTD 
Ml Teue SI EV |.|«1 


prMe-eare rOeOC 

ILDS— only .RO-iT-i 

PORO CueloalUM Vt. S'Oonr. 
A't hMler and AOOQS 
BUtowiatic 

PORO Sedan. AOTRO 
radio, baaiar. l-eyl JVJ 

PpRO Bneh Wa|\Mi. d-crl. 
radio and beater J2700 

FORD CuetoaUbe l-Door V-1. 

Radio a«d beater. ^ | 395 

PLYMOUTS Sedan Neaur. 


'“*■ % I 495 

cueloa beaier 

CHEVROLET T«- <100^ 
lone l-Lioor Bedes, "r • -^7 J 

POMTUC I'Ooor Sedeo Cae- 
(«a 
btaUT 

PONTIAC. AulosiaiK. radio 
poeer 
Macrtaa 

CHEVROLrr Bel 
Air Sedao Radio 

PORD Paaiiy Sedao Radio 

h";«r „ $1299 

noociE 4 Door Paatiy ^ 
dan Tutuoe. beeiei 
turn eunali 
CADILLAC 4 Deer Srdaa 
Auhenailr. radl'> power eleer- 
ini |wwer hrehet ff'n/'ioc 
powfi atodow* 

PONTIAI- 4 Door CQA^ 
Tui>«e Sedtn ^0*4^ 

PLdlD 4 Door Sedan Hveur. ' 

;r^. $1295 

PLYMOUTH Tvdoi. «070 
pamilr eedao . ' 

BTUDEOAKER < 1 nO^N 
Cbaaoion LNaawe -S l 

RTVOEBAKER Chaapiw S*- 

deo Reeum $999 

NA5M Steifktnan Bedaiv Ra- 
dio. ttett. Cl 70S 

bM* weatherere 

I BUICK 4 Dbor 
Autoaatu Sedan .. ■P' O'-' 
I STUUEBAKER Commander 
’ Reden AQAO 

Pieth air better •POfr 

PORD 

TranenortaitOB 

DP. SOTO 4-Daor Sedan 

Cu*in« (reeh 

Bir heaUT pO/J 

\ PONTIAC » Daior <47*^ 
' Paalie Sedan 


very preliy .. lIMd 

M OXFORD 8TN WON. 

uUllty pertectlen HIM 

M JAODAR 1 4 SEDAN. 

abeolulelr etcepuooal — fJOM 


46 CHEV PANEL 


BMI Dobdlae EV A-IMI 

Wt BUT. SELL SERVirE AND 
repair alt cnabaa and ibteMe of Id- 

a dee Cuaramaml nrpalre RetuiUI 
rycMi fl-en B3STS Dave HM- 
Sm'b Sieycte Ibnr ItM Oo*er» 
anew Pb<m E V 4-4m 

BICYCLES OVERHAL'LBD RP^ 
pblrad enS palMoS New and r» 

coAttUtemd Wrroaa aeceeaurMa. 
9 onlng fiMda etc al 

VkMrie SpistlBt GtAiSe Ud. 


Ford Perfuinn Trartor. A I H* 
U03 Pord wtShoman DliAr H M 
UM PersuMR AJ learranty ILUS 

F & F TRACTOR 

EQUIPMENT LTD 
»4S DdUElU *• 


HAMPHHIKB PULLETS. 
monihi. II M Phone OR *-4001 


ALL CARS WINTERIZED 
ALL CARS OUARANTBED 


«1 74S I 7 7 

^ 49 THAMES PANEL 

$1499 46 CHEV SEDAN 

KA D 

More Bargains 

1952 CHEVROLET 


M IJVKSTfH'K AND 
nXDS 

EXnePTlORALLY GOOD HAY. 
leKh Ivtraf and mw, at rwrren' prVe- 
CVetter In uuantit> ai ihr Cam er 
SrlivereA EeatinE IMi 

|> ADULT RABBITB AND • HALP- 
iraan rablMU. 110 ORI MU 


Speriallalni to the very ttneet In 
fine 1111011 cart — tor Ur Mtler 
cueieewer eatutdcuon and teeurity 


70US JOMR DEERE DEALBir 
Sea Hrvtridra Beat** Averwe 


COMi*LIMENT8 <>K I^E 
ARASOH FROAP 
CARMEN AND RILL 

mercury marine 


TRANSPORTAnOH PRORtJUIS 
Your Remedy u a Li|)<i«eiehi 
BROOELANDS UOTORCVCLSS 
Bate* end Service. Lid 
m Port Streei EV l-MM 


7S TOOLS l»r SALB or 
BKNT 

pj^KSDN ELECTlUCAL 
CONSTRUCTH >R tTU 

••Qiiy ftjuf moCu* rruRi IMflr 

AteMa *DI aff*c!G E mid«»* 
and oocitiMa 

am UlMCioc _EVI-^ 

irOR RENT 

Semee Heaim - CumocueeiNi 
Rocil Dryte CoTM-rele Rpealmr* 
Pumpa - Muara 
lBu Oiem do* 

AU Berber aw TtlUeum. 4V44U4 


$1795 


YOU'LL SAVE 

And youTl ctiooea Iran a vide 
•flretieo ol lurnliwre eiU •poh- 
anree wbea voo thop ai eAfON ■ 
Trade-In Depariaeeni. Ud Broueh 
tea BiretL oppoelte tba Coacb 
Line* Deooi 


aOOD OHABS HAY PC 
MUeered Realini 113 X 


Coupe. Top 
Condition .... 

55 CHEVROLET. 
Rodio, heater, sig- 
nals, seat 

covers $1395 

55 VAUXHALL 
'Cresto' $1495 

1950 FORD 
Tudor. A good 
' Buy $395 

1954 FORD 
Sedan. A very 
Cleon cor ....$1095 

1953 PLYMOUTH 
Sedon. New 
Point $795 

1948 PLYMOUTH 
Sedon. Exception- 
ally clean $325 


$999 


Walker Manna Sales 

Swanrer BoaU ~ Etta. Hull# 
IMl FelUmm Rd. nume CR T-ZI 


BTOSTS AND 
FirBNA(:»» 


100 CABS KUB SALE 


$750 


WEST BAY MARINA 

urceneer Peru Sale EV a-tapa 


T. EATON CO 


E50UIMALT MARINE 

BVM64 1 Hwel At«vaEe ae rvire 

~VAN ISLE MARINA 

Meiiui* Outbeerdi _ B*do*» 

NEW IMA EVINRUb* OUT- 
beerd 11 hP »le<trtc eieM. 
nouaht ««r w !*•••' i»e«»t 
wl(«r nwinc OR 7-<WT3 


CANADA LTD 


NO MONEY DOWN 

CtlEOIT TERMS AVAILABI E 
FIRST PAYMENT MID PER 
UP TO 14 MONTHS TO PAY 
TbcM etclutlte enantementi by 
Telmac eUminaic iHe dn»a pay- 
ment probkea evUrely add eUow 
the budiei-miaded la purcbeM • 
■BeU car en monthly paymenu 
a Mae 

Bur vilh Ceofldenre 

' TELMAC 

SMALL CAR 

MOTORMARXET 
144 Pert EV 1-1441 


WOOL JACKETS 

r-repeltent eNol rtnuer 
pU Ideal Ur work nr pier 
ehit Id briahl lOaid* and 
be ae •«!! ee papular wild 

" 515 95 

JEUNE BROS. 

OF ncTt'RlA LTD 
PHONE EV 4 MIO 


MINL 

tldrwy 


-THE BOAT BUILDERS SUPPl.Y 


HOL'iE •' fluUdm Snah S Duur. 
Lki ••■Mil W> Gairmlly R»wd. 
Kard«ml» rtyw«ioda_bual Jtmher. 

a' "CUNKEH-BOILT BOAT WITH 
l«b p HUtbeard vwtar, HU 
BVa-MN 

BRITISH rOBD DIESELS. • H P. 
rnim fl dn Ou Lquirenrbt bid 


PAINT SPECIAL 

SUPER KEMTOSF. 
DiKcmiinued mlare ^ 
Oalluni u 21 me H dd 
KEM OLO 
Dlecantlnued coloet 
ly ul> •dr d" 2 3" 

Me & Me PAINT DEPT, 

I4M Oovl 81 k'' ♦ 


Yatei 


WUOLM ENUiNES S EQUIPMENT. 
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KiioR^ivEL . • VOS HdM 

ALSO TOP SOIL AND PILL 
OK TRUCKINO - 

M ^ATS AND MAIUNK 

MARLVB ENOINBS 

(yisskl. OASOLINi AND USED 

oeCO-PORO 4 and e aylinder Die- 
eeU Ouliundina perlermance New 
low aaet Opt iwaal hydranUr ■•are 


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Heartiest Greetings ^2 
and Sincere Wishes 

HOBBIES & CRAFTS 52 

741 View St. EV 2-7832 54 


JAMESON 

MOTORS 

LTD. 


ANGUS MARINI 
luela* 8« __ EV 4 7421 

;ywors> 7s-H r eun- 

iSer n»nrUR*2«» 

TRAILER 73P LR8 fA- 

•sm psa laeiiitt d* 


Tudor • 

CHl-VROt.rr 
a-Donr sedan 

OLDBMORILS 
4 Oner Sedan 


TI.M3KR 


'SI'"" - $395158 

54r,r*Sr $9951 

C7 ROVER 71 Sedan CIDQS’SA 

5 O Hew eat enndHIon ^ I 

52ir“r 5395,55 
46AU.;nH^it"<un J 125 1 53 

52 HILLMAN sedan. $ 395 !^^ 

50 MORE TO CHOOSE |53 
LOWEST PRICES 
IN VICTORIA \l' 
MORE FOR 
YOUR TRADE 

53 

TRUCK CLEARANCE 

II Theme* •.-Tim Ptrdup IIM'54 

in pnrd '• Tnn Pirbup d4M 
ti Pnrd ‘*-T« Panel d4M OZ 

»■» Pnrd Sedan Delleery. M lit# c * 
14 Chet -.-Tdri runel ITfl 

ftl O M C 4-T«e Dump and Cl 

Haul U yM O I 


VOLKSWAGEN Oe Luii Se- 
dan Radio, beater Like 
new Run only Wl AQR 

4 dSd milae ) I 070 

PONTIAC Laurwnttan Bedan. | 
luliy BuidBiatK. 4.100^, 
very rlean 

VOLKSWAGEN ^]US\ 

r^YUpim. S^n. 1395' 

Hn.LMAN Da Cl 00^ 

Luie Sedan ^ ' *7 J 

HILLMAN Da CA05 

Lute Sedan *07D 

HILLMAN Da CA05 

Luae Sedan ■■ ^07^ 

STANDARD Cl 005 

BUlloa Waian -P I W7.^ 

HILLMAN DE LUXB SEDAN. 

$1645 

OLDSMOBILB CRib C a U p e. 

auuemaiK and C405 

radin Very ctaan 

^Tuotm. ciw J995 

$995 

$-‘95 

COMMER Panel. C405 
Itea paiBl . ■^"47J 

rr" . $395 


AND PORBWr LAND 


TIMBEB - 

bdUilx and eold far eaah 
Ralnilord. BCRP PI 
streat EVI-2441. EV 3-IU 


SPEEDWAY 

MOTORS 

YOUR 

Volkswagen 

DFALER 
I Open Evenings Till 9 

951 Yates EV 5-24 15 


m Ml-SCELIwANF^OUS for 
SAltR 


Plus o good selec- 
tion of desirable, 
economicol. budget 
priced Imported 
cars. 


FOR 

MODERN 

HOMEMAKERS! 


ASK FOR PRANK — BILL ^ SAM 


71 FARM IMPI.KMENTS 

yOUB INTERNATIONAL OEALW 


OtHifie 


AXMtNHTCB CARPrr P 
«faen 1« 7 45 M .f »teit 
Kiirnilute, e* -rea eetnmi 
,.4. Kv' 4 44-t Aitpl.' IK* 


PLIMLEY'S 

1010 YATES 
EV 2-9121 

Open Evenings 


Brno.ni Track * Equ'IXBant Ltd 
Qoyemmeni at Quaene A*#bui 
tv »4T71 EV M82l 


SPARKLING 
NEW 

KITCHEN! 

S> Chanr* M 

We Con InstoH the Very three datmhtom 
Smartest 

"YOUNGSTOWN" 

KITCHEN UNIT 

TO PIT YOl.'H 
RMUtRIMXNTB' 

Why Not Drop In Todoy 
and See Our Disploy of 
These Up-to-Dote 
Kitchens 


fUE nriYrrit'CH i mtnr win- 

tri rcml* Rirhe wa'rti, meo * 
It fr*—- I:V5«17 nr 


OLSON'S 


Victorio's 

Chrysler - Plyrriouth 
Vonguord - T riumph 
Dealers 


B I A l r y WAnHP.R PARTS - 
Urmaar roue caara etc. Recur* 
d'lbmad rraahvr* inr aaia m rant 
tavlijr A Cu lUI burl 


SEASON'S 

GREETINGS 

from the 

Management 


JAMESON MOTORS 
LTD. 

740 BTduMUdP Wrart. VirtarlK 8 C 
Pheaa EV 4-UU 

Nldnta- l«n Lymbery OBI-IIM 
Alaa Kuubeaan. OR 7-3HI 


Extends the 

Heartiest 

Season's 

Greetings 

From 

Monogement and 
Staff 

1036 Yates 
EV 4-1147 


C .M PtHH HI 

wiih arr>4i 

r>iffrr irtiidn 


R. MENZIES 
& CO. LTD. 

911 FORT 


nv SlliR iIR QUARTF.R. 
ball ar wbota. G>««l (nr 
.'wU rrawamMy RVINIS. 


NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 
On Approved 
Credit 


IILATTY WASHING MArHIVK 
• •■narf 'ip* Kyr^l'p*** mnAilinn 
A15 KV . -UiA _ 

FDR'tHE BEST CHICKENS AND 
liarkry* In Ii/wtl yuan'* Ural 
juarhrl 1402 DocitU* EVl-niJ 


SEETHE 
1959 'LARK 


Staff of 

EMPRESS 

MOTORS 


Ipast rPsUlanre today; III In with conditions whprevpi 
you can. 

May 21 to June 2n (OminU Make bonds more 
enduring with aswoclate*. lelaiive*. |wr.Nons close by. 
Be energetic. 

June 21 to July 22 (Canderi Take required mone 
tsry step* and make preaent belongings more valuable. 
Veto spendthrift impulses. ; 

July 23 to Aug. 22 a.eoi Shape thing* to your 
pattern; your sterling qualities win you allies. Dress 
up surroundings. 

Ai«. 23 to Sept. 22 (Virgo) Oet the privacy you 
require today and devote your full mmd to unfinished 
tasks. 

Sept- 23 to Ocl. 22 il,lhrn>- Your s/n is1 lalenls 
are ammaied. add now pals to yoiii roAler, contact 
groups and companlnna 

Ocl. 2J1 to Nov. 21 iScorploi- Pul aside your rose- 
colored glasses; see things as they are. Stand on your 
own today. 

Nnv. 22 to Dec- 21 'SagMiaili^s' F.xpecI undt'r- 
atandlng. co-operstion. from those you wo. Advance 
long term pr»))octs, 

l^c. 22 to Jan. 19 (Caprlrttm* (iei >our hearings 
from an older person nr relative -Seille o|ien acLNiunl?*. 

Jan. 20 to Keh IN i Aquarius) Play the inle of 
obaeiver and follower io<la> ; watch the moves othera 


USED TRUCKS, TOO 


BfAimrUL MUSKRAT COAT IH 
nrrimi rfmrtOiAn tarrifir* 1M 
EV I-0S7i 


COMPLIMENTS 
OF THE 
SEASON 
FROM THE 

management 

AND STAFF 
AT 

D & D TIRE LTD. 

DUNCAN 


POTATOrS CARROTS. ONIONS. 
raiKMia apb>«** MafOrk'* Farm. 
C»*aov a Da 2 Ch 5 1H4 

BINOO CRIPS 35e POl RAO OP 
M BDe<ial pruu to Hvbi •!«. 
InSiuma! playiua iSb JahnMn 

n''“ANT$fNNA“xiMI^rrE »4fl 
EVINtUn 


MORRISON 

Chevrolet - Oldsmobile 
LTD 

940 Yote 5 EV 3-1108 


DOMINION 
MOTORS LTD 


47 Mercury Tudor 

Pall Prtea HM I 

Only $12 per Month 

48 Mercury Sedon 

Pall PTKt 138* 

Only $15 per Month 
50 Meteor Sedan 

N*w Ciwirh 
Pwli Pric* im 

Only $22 per Month i 
53 Meteor Tudor 

a*Aia ana H*aiw 

Pull P>i«« 4**t 

Only $50 per Month 
55 Volkswogen 

On* Owr*< lew Miuat* 

Pull PfM* 41 IM 

Only $55 per Month 

55 Ford Foirlone 

Sl»1«</w>* Pami Cvatbm RaAM I 
Pull Pfwa H 4M < 

Only $67 per Month 

56 Volkswagen 

PHI pne* H IN 

j Only $59 per Month 
, 56 Morns Oxford 

Station Wiaon 

Pull PriM H )M 

Only $63 per Month 

TAX, LICENCE AND 
TRANSFER INCLUDED 


SAM TAYLOR 
GLENN SMITH 
FRED HALLIER 
WILF FLACK 
CRAIG LAWSON 
DON STILLMAN 
ALAN CATT 
LEN SULLIVAN 
BILL ARMOUR 
DICK SCROGGS 
BOB WALLS 
LES LEACOCK 
GEORGE SMITH 
BILL BULLIVANT 
KEN EVANS 
DOUG BOWEN 
JACK HARRIS 

Sales Manogers: 

(New Carl) 

NELS MOONEY 

(Used Cors) 

FRANK IVINGS 

DAVID LAWSON 
President 


VISIT 
VICTORIA 
DODGE- 
DE SOTO 

For Sure-Start 
Top Condition 
Dependable 
Winterized 
USED CARS 


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COMPLIMENTS 

OF THE 

SEASON 

FROM THE 

MANAGEMENT 

AND STAFF 


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EV 4-7197 


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MIDTOWN 

AUTa SALES LTD. 

EXTEND 
COMPLIMENTS 
OF THE 
SEASON 
TO AU 

1030 Yotes EV 2-2241 


YATFS AT COOK 

Fhana EV *-1431 Owr* • 


COMPLIMENTS 
OF THE 
SEASON 


MOONEY & SONS 
938 FORT ST. 


CASH PRICBI PAID FOR 

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BEER BOTTLEB tlirrAL RAOB 
bcuthi narbaa* ramuvrd. rraaen- 
abb NlEbl EV 3-SlO da* 


These cors ore In 
good condition ond 
will give good trons- 
portotion. 

(•HULUAN 

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>* CHf V *4 TOR 4I3S 

4* PORD •♦5 

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W* n*** a •"•d aaingan al trurka 
DRAUen FOR 
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WILLYS JEEP 

man* BV )-4in 


EMPRESS 

MOTORS 

FORT AT QUADRA 
Phone EV 2-7121 


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alMi day-aid ratvra. WIU pirh np 


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and Atafl 


WITR OR *-l*«7 


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OVERSEAS 
CARS LTD 


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MOTORS 


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r*Tnt*riu»o piani Erailn* II Q 

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rukh. Rraatmani*. EV 4-7SC 

WAMTRD 'INK dPI.VDL*: TYPE 
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2017 QUADRA 5T. 

OPPOKITB CUaLIHO RINK 
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"FIAT" 

STILL YOUR BEST 
BUY FDR 59 


4» GAUiON ORL'U HEATER 


Greetings 

TO ALL FROM 

BLACKBURN 

MOTORS 

Johnson at Quodra 
PHONE EV 5-3512 


PRIG 1 
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NO DOWN PAYMENT 
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AUTO SALES 


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1116 Yotes EV2-5822 

(AROV8 COOKl 


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rpfsrdtnf pr(vhlem.v, don’t bp hardh; avoid fatigue, 
pnof Judgment. 

pwe 23 to Jan. 1A (Cspricnrn) Umlt iu>clal life, 
fratprntxlng to necesallips; ssvp lime, energy where 
pnssible. 

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MHtte*. don't get Rtdptrarked; bs alert, diplomatic. 
eautWHia 

Feb, 19 to Mtrch 20 (Pisces) -Correct Impreaslons. 
^fts, mlslBke*. sttend to necessHlea. duties; maintsin 

^**plsftfilnf ahead- Good for enlertslnment. socU- 
MHy. etc ' Der 30, 31; Jan. 3. 3. 6, 9. 13. 

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MORRISON 

NOW 

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TO BUY A 
GOOD USED 


MERLIN 

MOTORS 

LTD. 

Formerly 

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A NEW 
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$195 NEW YEAR 
; EXTEND 

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? $375 Compliments 


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HERTZ RENT-A-CAR ; REVENUE $3000 i u.«. ev i >m 


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MBNT8 TO BENT— OPPOETl’NITIER ' 

liNnBNISHKU 

, j' HOUMA BATH^RAMOE AM> 8 SUITES 

I AUTO COURT SITE 

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I •aut. AM lAM CaMwruM El r/-w\ i u i ri-rn.«ti Ji lUfcF 

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mi.rT«." ckTJ.... expenses » 8 oo 

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147 B3CCBAN0E 

BRAL R4TATE 

APARTMENT 

FOR 

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Ltd PM/^l/IC 0 rr\ 


SI Tran la Rrai Ettau 

HIGH QUADRA 
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alia )utl I •Irpi M (Hr Iraai do«t 
tad tKUBira *a t itra*. ra*th 
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prrtr kaihraatn ailb cabNad Ht- 
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DICKIE & CO. 

REALTY & INSURANCE 

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OUT IN THE STICKS? 

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rttd rariAtr THIR ERA>U RIW 
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iwa nl tiucca hoart laai.'a II h«t 


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McRAE HEIGHTS 
3 LARGE 0EDRMS 


data, audara truck*— all tuaird kitafen. haaiad ISIS Yalta 

nc iJK*“^rTL KW. HUG 


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$495 


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of the 
Season 

TO ALL 
FROM THE 
'MANAGEMENT 
AND STAFF 
AND 

REMEMBER 

NOW IT'S 

•rlin M L Merlin 


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Daihrt raaipt klanknt AdatU W ua fir kHrha*- Larit ruoaaa ETi UA EV *-ST4l 

HERTZ RENT-A-CAR I REVENUE $3000 

MS OaMlat J^ 4 ^ EYt^. |J:.'2^^u.,r“Vir\.r"^m*'rarj!l 4-Su.te Apt HoUS.* 

YOU-DRIVE TRUCKS ’ 

TickapB. Maau. » aad l-tao •«» MKNTS TO RKNT- TO KM r PARTLY FURNISHED ; 

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dam fridpa «aUr. rfaidacka aad Ulf rOHiYiaMrat _ _ AUTO ("“OilRT <klTF 

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RITHEt $14 500 

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PLACE TO START 
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Immediate Possession 


BEACE M<>KB I’ROHPKCTTVS 
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LANSDOWNE PARK 


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TAKE IT FROM US' Merl.n 
IT WILL BE A MUCH Merlin 
BETTER BUY! 


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JAMES bay HOTEL ' io^-ARARYXENTB: i.« OAE tramfr otf 

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Scoson's Greetings 

1’ ><n 

Monogement ond Slotf 

nf 

John Greenwood 

1141 Rmtd "I *"* * 


COUPl tMBlTE or THB BEANUM 

-fo OUR cuisrni 
Ir •**< 

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I tnd Bull 

IM TAriaa Rldf RV 1 tlM 


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FAMILY OR REVENUE."* '’*’‘** 


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iamat Bar CHI hrat IdS amp 


Owner Wmiap Sana r« matt tell J'^l 


madem SMeben. 


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PDR BIO BVIUIUtB 
AJtO BMAU OOTLAS 
OU CtJkRRIPlBD AOB 


IN 1959 

CITY GROCERY 
HOME or>d REVENUE 


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na. Rat-Aurwu«* S-vnaw bw* 
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Wm4n. Sm. U. 1 «St 


Robbery Charge 

BRANDON (Cpi— Vernon 
Samuel Umphrey. ». ot Vic- 
toria waa rharged Tuesday 
with armed robbery In connee- 
lion with the Aug 3 holdup at 
McbMd'a Farm Supply store 
here. 

Umphrey. brought under 
•■eon to Brandon from Van- 


Frank A. Martin 
Agencies Ltd. 


HICKS 

REALTY LTD 


3 BEDROOMS 
HIGH QUADRA 
FULL PRICE $8S00 


Hia atn*! av i-«im 

Oto. • ••? •!•» 

NHA* 

ESQUIMALT NHA! 

T* ••«?»<« s«s ftM aie*!* VUTi- 
IM t* MMt* lha af 'vui 

ftka ataiiiMi 

? WM»U »*u c«* affrid' n«ti 
» iar« e* !>»•• s< 


5% COMMISSION 
Why Poy Mora 
SMALL HOMES 


kite 


He waa remanded to 
Monday. 


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Wonted Good Homes. 
UNDER $10,000 


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HANDYMAN'S 

SPECIAL 

».wUia aaartaMii Waat. !«•( t 
vaan aM. Hat «at«r aa Haat. 
«»arata aalraaca. 1 katlMaaBa 
•aaU aa** aftaraUaM. kwt 
taM Ha aaa« araaiMar aa»a 


IMMEDIATE 
POSSESSION 
3 BEDROOMS 
HIGH LOCATION 

THU laactatia latury l-aaAraa* 
MB# U UtaataA a vtr* Urn 
in la aa Maal laaaliaa. cUm ta 
aU aaaawtwaaai aaua laraa 
ilTUiA-auiat arn. taallr aln kH 
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t-aea Hadtraan. aak Oaara 
uraaiHaai. aaUMa aatU aaa 
laaAaelw UH aaaawt anH 

raaiH^ta alaBWat Otl-O Maut 
Mt Artra U taraia Truly a 
aaaitty Hana *ta aarallmt '•rua 


ART TBKASliRFJt 

The picture collet- 
Johanneeburg Art C 
been eetlmeted to 
more then £500.00. 


rn roeeoeATtoH 

•UTOtCT or AaaHICB 
tar eaaul aT TmAa LaaAact 
* aaA OkHaa MaUn^t 

•aalaA laaAara alaarly 

aa racalvaA Hy iHa Mualc^l 
■lauck M»»Ul»a« Hall jUyaJ i^k 
ao VI HC.aa *•!••••■ Maa 
aar* jaiiary II. IM*. tn iHa raMl 
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laBAar aa* aaaaaaarllF aaaa»taA 

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Mvaulaal taiiaaai. 


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TSia atwaatln I HaAm hanu la 
wi aaln Inal aaA Hai L-taanA 
LH altH nmlaca »t«a tU n- 
BdranaMU at BAAatu ttatat 
Dava aarBaai aaly_U.IM 
P C Jaaknu tV lllM 
aaailaa 


WANTED 

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DUPLEXES 

BMa ^^ n ^aavara) ta 


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CLARK & CO 


GEO RANDALL 
LTD 


AND STAFF 


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CASH ON THE LINE 

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MA. 1 kaAraan* aaA Aan. I 
artaaHAA varan HaaaAiafii ea- 

ahMiM a B«ul narta at 

laaA ar aiib OpIaaAi 

HatH A HuUbtaaa. AV a-Nll. 

OR I- MU C N Maatavua Cub 


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craUMia aaA aifcar. 
uaiaat laa aataia at Uia aaa*a aa 
tJ..U art atrtay .aaaUaA la naA 
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**a Tla» Airaat Vumu Rriuaa Ca- 
iMBbia aatara uu MiH Aaj at Uau- 
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Ex-Auditor to Picket 
Victoria Bank Monday 


lADtrumt of some interr^auonal 
union kA<ler In Sen Francisco 
or Detroit In hit negotiations 
with some management cxar In 


on the sign hanging from his 
shoulders 

The Latin-spoutlng UBC 
graduate quoted his alma 


One of Victorias leading 
banks will be picketed tomor 
row by a University of B.C. 

bank 


graduate and former 


is up to you I when fired from auditor aaid. 
the San Pranctaoo bank ‘‘Management and labor both 

He' is picketing all hanks are concerned only with the 
“on principle" and Intends to Immediate future." he charged, 
continue doing so until "the "and It is only the middle man- 
anniversary of the Magna agefneni and the <mall 
Carta, on June lb. 1959. businesfunan who are prepareil 

"Middle management" is to show a little self riscipline 
needed to save the middle man now tor the advantages of 
from the "ravages of the | stability 20 years hence." 


ment of a “middle manage 
ment" against both labor and 
management. 

If he keeps his word. 35 year- 
old e* hank auditor Peter Baa 
ter will "pickei'' a bank here 
between noon and 2 p.m. 

The Scoftlshborn auditor 
who migrated to ('anada In 
1948 and to the United States 
in 1954. was fired Iasi March 
from a 1395 a month job at the 
Bank of America in San Fran- 
cisco for declining to accept a 
earlier re- 


vacation st'hedule, 
ports said. 

While spending Christmas 
with his father In ParksvUie. 
the unemployed auditor took 
time out Monday to maintain 
'k lonely lunch-hour vigil in 
front of the CanadUm Bank of 
Commerce at Granville and 
Hastings during a tnp to Van- 
couver, 

He ha.s nothing against tha 
Bank of Commarre. the auditor 
said after explaining to curious 
passers-by the meanings of 
various Latin phrases printed 


Tokyo 'I'V 'loner 

Going up 1.092 feet. "Tokyo 
Tnwer" fc>ars Into Tokyo’s 
skyline. The television 
tower, topping Paris' Eiffel 
Tower by IfW feel, was for- 
mally inaugurated Dec. 23. 
Its observation platlorro is 
377 leet above the ground. 


ear 


by the Colonist that Mines 
Minister Paul Comtols’ office 
has ordered a probe of his 
itatemenU. Mr. Argyle refused 
to make any comment. 

>OT si ppo«ti;d 
T he obaervatory. in the per 
son of Its director. Dr. R M. 
petrle, hss already divorced 
Itself from the Argyle 
remarks. 

"The opinions expressed by 
Mr. Argyle . . ." said Dr. 
Petrie recently, "are his own 
persona] opinions and not 
those of the observatory." 
•(}i:iTK l.'NBKHTTIN<i' 

As well as the "rubbishy" 
statement. Mr. Argyle said of 
the Atlas launching: "It i» 
quite unbefitting a nation like 
the United States. I'm dis- 
appointed In President Eljum- 
hower allowing his name to 
be linked with such a venture. 

•The Atlas is a gross mis- 
representation done deliber 
aiely to deceive the U-S. pub* 
lie. " he said. "Their satellite 
Is still a year behind 


as in”, Viorryin” 

ice bridge to form below the falls and 
though it presents a majestic sight, it 
is a worry to engineers at power 
stations on both sides of the border. 


Debunking eonventional idea.4 of warfare. Sput the 
cat and Forgy the dog would rather nap than scrap 
together. Sharing a double bunk, the two pais are 
united against photographer who awakened them 
from their afternoon nap. The roommates are 
owned by Mr. and Mrs. Willard Underhill. Spring- 
field. Maas. 


A little dog, venturing out on the ice 
below Niagara Falls, finds the huge 
chunks a fascinating playground. 
Severe cold has caused a record-size 


A slx-yesrold Victoria boy 
(uttered minor Injury yester- 
day afternoon when he w a s 
•truck by a car or Douglas 
Street near the roundabout as 
he was crossing Douglas on a 
tricycle. 

It was the aecond road ac> 
cident this year for Michael 
Newstcan. 716 Market. He 
suffered a fractured hip and a 
fractured akuU in February 
when he was involved in an ac- 
cident on Market Street 

Yesterday he escaped with 
bruises and a abrasion to the 
hand. He was discharged after 
treatment at St. Joseph's Hos 
pitai. 


round the Island 


^Mickef 
Cost $15 


Arrow Jet Stamp 
Coming Out Soon 


Four of five Greater Vic- 
toria motorists charged with 
impaired driving over the 
Christmas holiday were fined 
a total of S1.050 in Victoria 
and Esquimau police courts 
yesterday. 

Frederick George Sigler, 
171 Sims, was fined 5300. and 
James Vernon Cann. 478 
Superior, waa fined In 

city court. Magistrate A 1. 
Thomas made no order affect 
ing hteir licences because of 
the season. 

In Esquimau police court 
Mr. Thomas .fined William 
Querns. 3164 Tew. and Donald 
Ross Voughton. 2518 Cedar 
HIU. S2.50 each on similar 
charges. He made no orders 
about their licences. 

The fifth man will appear 
in .Saanich police court next 
week on the same charge. 


('Uy pidice are InvesUgal' 
Ing a claim by a man from 
Kdmnnion that he waa 
"■lipped a .Mickey Unn" and 
rohlMil of Its while drink- 
ing with another man about 
.2.30 p.nv. Boxing Day. 

Henry t ahlehnUHe, King’s 
Hotel, told police he was in 
the man’s hotel room when 
he hMl ronsclouxnesa. He 
awoke In his own room to 
another hotel and with SIS 
missing from hla wallet, he 
said. 


•gainst a background of three 
Idenili'al delta wing aircraft in 
silhouette. 

Post office officials said 'he 
fact that the delta-Ving plane 
looks like the Arrow b only a 
coincidence. They said all 
della wing aircraft look much 
alike and there was no [ntfii- 
tion to depict the Irfow spec. 
Iflcally 

Other than the Arrow, (herd 
is no Canadian detia-wlng 
plane. 

The government’ last Sep- 
tember postponed for six 
months a decision on whetjier 
to order the Arrow into pro- 
duction The future of the 
plvie has become a major 
government problem. 

The stamp waa designed by 
artists of the Canadian Bank 
Note Company of Ottawa. 
Company officials declined to 
aay whether the Arxow was 
used as the model for the del 
la-wing plane shown -on the 
j stamp 

I The stamp shows three del- 
la-wing planes soaring almost 
vertically. The Silver Dart, 
in the right centra, Is In level 
(light. 

The year “1909" appeal In 
the upper leflhand comer and 
the year "ISSy Jn the upper 
right. The stamp's denomin- 
ation appears under "1909" 
and "Canada'’ appears on ihe 
bottom left 

Mr .McCurdy won wide 
spread fame for hla feat of 
piloting hU fragile plane, 
mounted on bicycle wheels, 
(or a half mile (light over 
Braa D'Or lakes near Badde^ k. 
\S&. 

In later yaars he wag lieu- 
tenanl^vernor of Nova Sep- 
' Ha and he still Uvea at 
' Baddtck. 


OTTAWA (CP) -The post 
office soon will Issue a new 
postage stamp depicting sn 
aircraft which looks very much 
like the supersonic Artobt jet 
Interceptor, currently one of 
Canada's hottest political ques- 
tions. 

The stamp, to go on sale 
Feb 23. commemorates the 
40th anniversary td ppwered 
flight In Canada. (5n 23, 

1909, J. A. D McCurdy msdq 
Ihe first airplane flight io Can- 
ada and the Commonwealth. 

The blue Mva-cent atamp 
shows McCurdy’s .Sliver Dart 


program 
the Russians " 

KRMAKKH HTAND 

At the time of Dr. Petrie’s 
statement. Just over a week 
ago. Mr. Argyle said that ha 
would stand by his remarks. 

The Ottawa report quoted 
Jacques Richer, executive aa 
slstant to Mines Minister CoiSV 
tols, as saytng. "We are look- 
ing into the matter, and will 
have a full report aa soon as 
possible." * 

UlKRfTOK REACTS 

Dr. W. E van Steenburgh 
director-general of scientific 
services for the mines depart ' 
ment which administers i h e 
Dominion Obaervaiory. de 
scribed the Argyle sUtcmenl 
as “utterly ridiculous ’ 

He said Mr. Argyle Is a 
"very Junior technician'’ and 
lacks the sUff sunding and 
professional stature to make 
I "any statement on such a sub- 
. Ject." 

•’As a clvU aervant." he 
added, "it was most unwise, 
even improper, lor the young 
man to have expresed an 
opinion." 


Cabinet Ends 
Kfland Crisb 


DUNCAN — .Seasonal ahut- ' PORT ALBERNI Police 

down of logging operations reported an exceptionally quiet , 

have Idled 55(i loggers of ihe Christmas holkUy In the Twin 
Cowichan district, 'fhe major Cities. Port Alberni detach- 
logglng operators shut down ment were called to no serious 
just prior to Christmas, and accidents and although mem 
full production will not be bers of the detachment took 
completefy resumed until Jan. a few Inebriated dll/ens home 
39 Some operations will re the lockup was empty over 
gumr on Jan. 5 if weather ' the holiday, 
peimlts. In Alberni a young man 

The unemployment office arrested when he jumped 

anticipated a possible 400 jmother man's car and 

claims for the Chrlstma.s week Marked It from ihe curb In 

shutdown, and a potential of front of the Arlington Hotel, 
'son claims for the New Years striking a parked car. Jackie 
week closure. There were no o^nrge was rharged with driv- 
outstanding labor shortage* ^ vehicle Althout the own- 

during Ihe month, and there — 

continues to be a large surplus 
of xkiUed. semi-skilled and un 
aklHed workers in the ares. 

High prices of feed, and fall- 
ing prices are forcing poultry 
farmer* to go In more for 
turkey breeding and young 
poult* are being shipped In 
large quantities to the main- 
land and to the prairie*. 

Three carload* of holly — 
one hlrd of the production 
fmm Vancouver Island was 


REYKJAVIK. Iceland iReu 
lersi^Icetand's cabinet critls 
was ended Tuesday when the 
Social Democrats formed s 
minority government which 
will have a narrow majority In 
parliament with the barking 
of (he Independence party. 


Fast-Moving 
Thieves Get 
$30, Liquor 


Two room* of a house at 
641 Chatham were ransacked 
Chnslma* Day and J30 and 
three bottles of liquor were 
stolen while (he house was' 
unoccupied for 30 minutes. 

The break In waa reported 
to city police by Joe Lim. an 
occupant of one of tht rooms 
The other room is occupied by 
Young B. Wah- 
A meat cleaver taken fix>m 
the kitchen of Ihe house was 
used to force the room locks. 


PORT ALBERNI A pioneer 
farmer of Sayward \dl*trlcl 
died In West Coast General 
Hospital and was burled here 
following services, Saturday. 

Daniel Davies 85. came to 
Alberni five years ago follow- 
ing his retirement. 

He had made his home at 
301 Glenside Road where his 

, . to widow survives him. 

this year for shipment to 

Fa stern Canada market*. He also leave* five rtaugh 
Eipht workers were employed ier». Mrs. H. Armt.shaw. 5iay 
in thi* work. .Several carloads ward. Mrs. K K CllL Mrs. 1. 
of Christmas t^e*^ were ship Holloway and Mrs H. Geroux. 


ing blonde, homicide detec- 
tives reported. 

The body of Tony (Papa 
Tony I Mlrablle. 64. was found 
slumped In a chair In his bed- 
room He had been shot four 
limes once through the heart 


SAN DIEGO, C^Uf. (AP) 

A recent witneas In a Calif- 
ornia rackets probe waa mur 
dered In his apartment Satur 
day by a husky gunman ar 
compan^ed by a knifewleld 


ueen Stresses 


waiting to convey her greet kind of security that one gel* 
Ings to families throughout from a happy and united 
the Commonwealth family." 

"It seems to me that Christ- in warm lonea tha Queen 
mas Is just the time to be gp^ke of many persona who 
to tho«. who .dd 

ness to our Uvea . . the pro- . „ . 

phets and dreamer*, philoso- m see the Royal children on 
phers, men at Ideas and poets, television on Christmas after 
artists In paint, sculpture «nd*^^^ 
music . . . 

"Even so, 
thing more. 


SANDRINGHAM. Eng 
iCP) The Queen talked of 
the Importance of spiritual 
and family value* In her an- 
nual C h r I * t m a I broadcast 
Thursday while her own 
family watchcxl on television 
in the next room. 

Viewer* were taken Into the 
library of Sandringham House 
on the Queen* country e* 
tate In Norfolk There she wa* 


NANAIMO Service Kta 
tiont in City and district are 
open today to customer.*, and 
In donors of used shoes and 
cinihing. 

without 


B. C, Seeks 
Appeal 
Advice 


Operator* rallie«l 
exi-epiion to as.<usl Ihe ('ana 
dian Legion branch in Hare- 
wood in the collection of chil- 
dren's clothing and ffwtwear 

Mayor Pete Maffeo set the 
hall Hilling for such a drive 
when he called an emergency 
meeting 10 day.* ago It was 
at this meeting that the dire 
need for clothing and shoes 
for children was revealed. 

Veterans will eollect the 
articles from ferviee stations 
duting (he next few days and 
Kinsmen will assist In distrtbii 
(ton. It i* estimated that 
there are over .300 families 
without sufficient funds to 
properly clothe their children. 

Oneral ebairman of the 
drive la county sheriff Frank 
Hodgson. Tha local aocia! wel- 
fare department will assltt In 
an advisory capacity. 


we need some- 
We all need the 


LAC 5tamuel (Jray of Cour 
Icnay, one of live Canadian 
ihmen killed In the ciash of 
•n RCAF Dakota transport In 
ltal>. Dec. 21. was burled with 
full mllltaO’ honors, Friday at 
the Canadian mllllary cemetery 
at Choloy. Fram'e 

The crash occurred ’d 

the tiny village ol Meh>. near 
Pisa 

* a * 

DUNCAN Funeral services 
were held .Saturday from the 
Hirst funeral chapel for Mrs 
Margaret Ellison Egkert. 

Born In t h ' Manlloulln 
Wand.s (Ontario, she was 54 
years of age and had been a 
well Known resident of Lake 
Oawlchan ainre 1927 

Surviving are her husband. 
Anderson, three sons. Nell 
Hugh and Alvin, all of Lake 
Orwirhnn: two daughters, 
Mrs W B. Lowe and Mi* 
Nel* Olsaon. both of Lake 
Owicban 

Rev R. Wallace will offirtale 
bt the service, which will he 
teik'wed by Interment In Cedar 
VblMy Memoiul Gardena. 


sunshine of (heir homelandk." I klHed. Acquaro aald, 


Attorney - General Robert 
Bonner said yesterday ihe B.C 
govemmenl will seek »igal 
advice before deriding whether 
to appeal an 11 per cent In- 
crease In basic telephone rate* 

The Increase Is effective 
Jan. 1. 

Mr. Bonner said he has not 
yet seen the judgment handed 
down by the hoard of transport 
commlsalonere and therefore 
doe* not know what grounds 
tor an appeal exist. 

He said the increase would 
, be “carefully studied" before 
the government decided on tha 
appeal 

The B.C g o ve n ii n ent and the 
Union of B.C MunIcIpaJIttea 
made a Joint submbulon oppos- 
ing the rat* incraase applica 
tioB in Vancouver earlier thi* 
month. 

X'B('3d prealdeni Reeve C A. 
p Muriaon of North ( owdehah 
aald any dertskm on an appeal 
would raet with tha B-C ffov- 
emment. 


EurnfM* trith $25 


ISeiore yucen ^poKC 
Barman Saved Day 


KING'S LYNN. England 
(Ap> — Only Queen Ellxabeth. 
bartender John Harvey and 
a handful of othera knew 
what the Queen was going to 
talk about In her C3irUtmas 
Day speech to the Common- 
wealth. 

Harvey. 20. knew five hours 
before the radlratelevlaion 


NANAJMO Swttchhlade him from tha cab and drove It 
bajxlit* stuck up a Nanaimo about 100 yards down the road 
taxMiiver Just before midnight where their own car was eUod- 
Boxlng Day and escaped with Ing. They swltclted cars and 
|2r>. made good their aw-ape 

A knife-wtelding thug forced Thi* waa the only major 
City Taxi driver Richard Fid- rrlme In Nanaimo over (he 
dick to hand over the rash on Chrlstmaa holiday, 
lonely Rosaiown Road One car •mash marred the 

The driver had answered a city's scridenl 


NANAIMO One Christmas 
baby wa* bom in Nanaimo on 
Christmas Day The baby, an 
eight-pound boy. was bnm to 
Mrs. F.. Hadley, of Qualtcum. 

Mayor Pete Maff*^ was one 
of the first persons to see the 
voungater The happy event 
onmired before the mayors 
Chrtsima* visit to Nanaimo 
General HoapitsL 


record when 
Wesley Thom rareer»ed down 
Victoria ('reacent out of con- 
trol and completely demolished 
his vehicle. Thom. traveiUng 
aloae. wi* uninjured, however. 




SAVE MONDAY at the BAY’S 


CHARGE IT NOW 
PAYBYF£B.I().h 


l>ail> Storr Hours: Monday throuRli 
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5.S0 p.m. 

Shop Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m* 


For Prompt 


Dial EV 5>1811 


SALE 


^ Need lots of linens? Supply running short? Well then, come to 

^ supplies In first -quality materials that promise to wear well, look 

the BAY'S January White Sale, stock up now on needed linen 
beautiful . . . Hudson’s Bay Company, staples, third floor. 

• Special Phone Order Service Start.H at 8.30 a.m. Monday! 


Stock up and SAVE on Sheets and Cases ^ 


of Foundation 
Garments 
Continues Monday 


Colonial Plain or Fitted Sheets, Cases 

FIUinI HtMvta: 

Sl"ilS4". ^44 Twin bed, 

r^fiilar fJJi. / r^fuUr S-BS. ^ 

Sprclai, puir i Sperl^l. wwh •• 

••*1** - ^ Double brd. 

f re«uj«> i4f. < 

Mpnctai, puiT u Sp«*cUJ. Mch tJ 

Smooth spread beauty for beds with first quality 
Colonial sheets snd (-ases made by Dominion Textiles. 

Satin Smooth Percale Sheets and Cases 

7t~x!S4-, SO-ilW. 

reinilsr ASS. rec^ilsr IS.Sa. D4M 

HperUl. psir O SpeeUl, pulr O 

Sr'xKM'’, * f*sea, 

regular sas. ^48 reifiilsr S.lf. 1 *8 

sperlal. psir t Kpeelsl. pair 1 

Long-length sheets offer plenty of luck-in. the white 
aalln-smotoh finish Is wonderfully comfortable, lasts 
for ' yean”. 


Smooth White Sheets in Two Wanted Sizes 

■w-xiir*. srxisr. 

re%6.$5. p^ST peg. 7.95. 

KperUl. ^ Kpeelal. 


d^xSe*’ rsafft, 

ST reg. 1.89 H »T 
Hperial. I 
psdr 

First quality, sparkling whit# sheets and rases woven 
with l3fi threads per square Inch for long and lovely 
Wear’ The more these linens are washed, the 
smoother, the softer they become 

Pastel or Candytone Striped Sheets 

Yellow, peach, pink. Ijt. 

^!.T Y-l r«. ^ 

SpecUI. pair O Sl-xl8i". 

srxIO*”. regular aS6. AOO 

regular S.f&. Special, pair U 

pair D 

« •* regular I.SS. 1 SS 

regular l.7t. I 99 Special, pair 1 

Special, pair 1 k- 

Brighten your bedroom with these pastel or candy- 
tone sheets in smoothly woven, long lasting first- 
quality cotton. 


Better figure control la a fine New leara 
reaohjtiun for every womnn to make . . . 
come to the B.W for theae speriml uvinga in 
foundation garnienta and make a good Idea 


special, eai-h 


tiirdles and Panty Girdles Half price 


“Fomifir ( , ^ 

better -in nylon power nei. assorted styles and 
Come early to ensure good selection and 
proper fittings Reg S9 to 11 50 ,Spe€-ial. each 


Good looking Bedspreads 


Warm Flannelette Blankets 


9 a.m. Specials 

Personal ShoppUig Only 


Clearance Half PrWv Values An excellent tssorT 
ment of famouaiiame girdles, nanty girdlea ^.nd 
brassieres, A style for every figure . i i r wnt 
In this wide range of stylet and size* *y48 

Regular 398 to $7 Hperlal, ea*h - 

HI DSON'H BAY COMPANY. roiimUtWma 


i| Price! Comforlera — Cotton nr 
aatiivcovered woot-filled comforter* 
in assorted colors snd patterns. Reg 
5.95 to 14.95 Limit 1 to a customer. 

0*7 747 

Bpeclal Ut t 


fashloa floor. ti 


9 a.m. SPECIAL 


Clearance! Flannelette Matiketa — 
TCxSO* : WuSn" and BO' xlOtr’ In 
these pastel color or border design 
blankets that give lots of waimtli. 
lumit 1 to a customer. 1 48 

Hperiai, fmm 1 le ^ 


Girdles Assorted styles in elastic pull- 
on guiles Comforlable and smooth fUtlng. 
Sires small, medium and Urge. 

Regular 1.98. ^ 

‘ Kpe^ lal. wM-k ^ ^ 

Ht DSON*R BAY COMPANY, foundations. 

fashion floor. 7nd 

' w -i.- i va *« sw fss **! 


13 Shades in Baby Gienille Spreads 

Reaiittful spreads are cinoely woven for lots of wear, come 
in single or double bed size shades of turquoise, gold. 
Antigua gold, light green, peach, rose, rnelon. Chinese red. 
blue heliotrope, grey, brown, white. 

Kpeclal. each Vl 

Hobnail Spreads 

Thousands of lint free hoba cover these spreads. In arngle 
nr double bed size Colorfsst. easily laundered, spread* are 
finished with fringed endn Assorted colors 7®* 

Special, each 9 

Colorfast Homespun Bedspreads 

Sr'xlOn** cotton homespun spreads with a sturdy, close 
weave that make* these spreads Idea) for rhildren's rooms 
Colorfast. assorted multi stripe patterns. 

.Spe«-lal. each O 


Famous-Name Kingcots for Cosiness 

••"xnr. 70"* im". 

Apeclal. 4 99 H|»eclal. C#* 

oalr 4 pair O 

70^90". lur’sioT'.. irxsr. 

special. C48 SpMial. (*99 Spe«4al, PI 

pair 0 pair D pair O 

Thick and soft as piled up i-louds, these flrsl-gualily. whi 
cotton flannelette blankets offer service, com/ori. rolorla 
borders. 


Wnrid-famoua 4-pl Mankel* Clear- 
Ing at a low price, these Ty'xSO" 
blankets are thickly napped, feature 
a closely woven, all wool pile. Slight 
flaws class as suba. Limit 1 I P88 
to a customer Rpeclal. each ill 


Zipper pillow protector* Percale 
rases are appered all round, slip on 
and off the pillow easily. Wnite. 
Reg 149 Limit 1 to a AA^ 

customer. Aperlal. each 04 


iluffy-soft Belgian Flannelette 

io"xM" M”xiir’. ir*i8r*. 

Hpeclal. 4 88 HpeHal, P48 Bperial. P88 

pair ^ pair s> P*lf ^ 

ieautiful cream color blankets feature hemmed f”*!* 
^r^vent ravelling, come In standard or extra-long lengths, 
:eep you rosy-warm all night through. 


1 1 a.m. Specials 

personal Khopping Only 


Cellucloud Comforters 

•#••*71". ^88 72^XH#". Q88 

Hpe<4*I, each O Kpe<'lal, each O 

Buoyanl, warm and cloud soft, these spreads are 
filled with •Ollucloud” that won’t mat together, 
covered with French crepe in assorted floral 
patterns 


Aattn-biiund Mankets Brushed vts 
cose. hlankets are colorfs.st. 

soil. warm. Limit I to a 077 
customer Hpeclal, each *4 


SAVE on Blankets 


Price! Double bed sheets 
Rr’xino” cloaely woven white cotton 
sheets wear long and well Slight 
flaars class as suba. Limit I to 1 88 
a customer. Reg S.98L BpecUl 1 


Towel Ensemble Specials 


NEW YEAR’S 
PARTY SUPPLIE! 


Perannal Hbopplng Only 


Clearance! Chenille bedspreads 
Cotton or viacoae chenille single or 
double bed size spreads in asaorled 
colors. Reg 5.98 to 087 A87 

19 95 Bpectol ^ to 7 


For the Beit Selectio* Viiit The BAY'I 
Sl’BtioDery Dejurtmeiit — Mua Floor 


HCDHONH BAY COMPANY. 

staple*, third 


Bamrreai. Ramrreai. Fan^*, 

••"xM**. Regular 7t"x«4." Begtilar 7t *i4 . 

wjft. in** 17^* 

Kpeclal lU Hpeclal Sgectal A«4 

riAraMni. 7t»*xM". 

regular tlJ*. 1 A** . . 1 fi*" 

Hpeclal Itl Hpeclal Iv 

Flrst-<iualtty Kenwood blankets come In • star brigh t 
group of color* that lr>clude blue. rose, white. iree'J* 
(8«ch. yellow, cedar, wine and turquoise. Thick, soft, all- 
wool plW. 

All-wool GJored Borders, Ayers 

Mngle Im 4. Q88 DouMe bad. 11^ 

gr'iM’*. Each V TT^**. Each 1 1 

Pure wool blankets are finished with a roae, blue or green 
border and whipped ends to prevent ravelling 

Satm-bound Nylon Blend Blankets 

Pink. blue, yellow, green or flame colored blanket* are 
bound In richly colored satin, feature extra long length 
(TT’xifJ”) and without weight. Eaay to launder C44 

Hperial. mm4i O 

All-wool Heathertone by Kenwood 

All-wool heathertone blankets. MTiM**. are colortast. havo 
a beautiful nap that’s aofl, fluffy. Usttng . . Choose 788 
yottr* now at this sperlahlow price Each I 


rr*.«". reg. SJ8. Hpeclal. each *.88 
l•••*at~. reg. !.#8. Hpeclal. each f.48 
IS-xIl". reg. •••. Hpeclal. each »8e 
Tub mats, zfi.ltr. reg. Ui. 

Kpeclal, each 8.88 

Velvei soft combed cotton ensemble* come In 13 lovely 
colors, aquamarine •eagrecn. Jade, olive, fpite br»/wn. 
chocolate, burnt orange, petal peach, pink. Canadian roae, 
yellow, honey, antique white 

Tcrrycloth Towel Ensembles 

EVsar . reg. t.4i. irxsr. reg. L4i. 11-11*". reg. 48r. 

rr- 1"* 88' 38' 

Thick, soft pBr dries you reaUy dry hi a matter of a Jiffy* 
Eight gorg^Hls mlors: yellow, antique white Jade. roae. 
honey spire, peach, while 


Bath 

ToweU 


Meulltc Hats, each 
Fancy Metallic Hats, each 
Crepe Hats, each 
Straw Hals, each 
Fancy Hata, each 


SALE of Pillows 


Buoyint Foan RBbb«r 

Always soft, coo] and comforiahle, 
theae foam rubber chip plllowa cov- 
ered with quilted angel skin ^97 
cover*. Hperlal. eaHi ^ 


Nok—wktft 


Wood fUtchet*. each 


21 ’’» 27 ” Fe«lher KBowi 

. . Feather nilad. cotton -c ov ered pU- 
lowt are really aoft. alwaya comfort- 
able and give years of wear 
Floral or striped covers In -1 88 
pastel shade* 8par4al. eaok 1 


Jumbo Metal Nolsemakera. each 


Striped Towel Ensemble 


, • Hand towel. Fare doth. 

“ r* ■'■Sa 58' 28' 

>rowp. green. ro*e or velkm stripes on a while 
. . . Decorative, durable, these striped terry towels 
soft, gentle pile. dr> you quickly' 


Berpenttns Streamer * , each 


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